Hanover to Normandy

Hanover to Normandy is in Armorials.

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Hainault Arms

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Halswell Arms

Halswell Arms. Azure, three bars wavy argent over all a bend gules. Source

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Hamlyn Arms

Hamlyn Arms. Gules, a lion rampant ermine crowned or. Source.

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Hampden Arms

Hampden Arms. Argent, a saltire gules between four eagles displayed azure. Source.

Earl Buckinghamshire Arms

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Hanover Arms

Hanover Arms. Gules, a horse courant argent.

King George I of Great Britain and Ireland 1660 1727 Arms. Quartered 1 Plantagenet Arms impaled Dunkeld Arms 2. Capet Arms 3. Ireland Arms 4. 1&2 Brunswick Luneburg Arms, 3 Hanover Arms, an inescutcheon over all three, gules the Crown of Charlemagne Proper (As Archtreasurer of the Holy Roman Empire).

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Harcourt Arms

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Harding Arms

Pakington Arms. Quarterley 1&4 Per chevron sable and argent, in chief three mullets or, in base as many garbs gules 2 a variation of the Washbourne Arms 3 Harding Arms.

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Harpur Arms

Harpur Arms. Quarterly Field 1&4 azure a lion rampant argent 2&3 argent a lion rampant sable with a bordure engrailed of the second. Source.

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Harrington Arms

After 21 Feb 1581. Church of St Peter and St Paul, Exton, Rutlandshire [Map]. Elizabethan Period monument to Robert Keilway (deceased). This memorial is attributed by Pevsner to Nicholas Johnson and by others to Nicholas Stone. Made of various marbles, a large standing wall monument of 1580, richly decorated and with a recumbant and kneeling figures of the whole family, in an aedicule, capped by obelisk, arms, etc.

His son-in-law John Harington 1st Baron Harington (age 41).

His daughter Anne Keilway Baroness Harington (age 27).

His grandson Kelwey who died aged 21 weeks.

His grand-daughter Lucy Harrington Countess Bedford (age 1).

His feet resting on a horse with its head turned back.

A Harpy. The begin to appear at the end of the 16th Century - see All Saints Church, Turvey [Map].

The same armorial on both sides include Harrington Arms, Keilway Arms

His arms quartered 1: Keilway Arms.

A separate wall mounted monument to Robert Keilway (age 84) with the inscription "Here lies Robert Keylway a distinguished esquire among civilians (whilst he lived), renowned for talent, learning and virtue, who loved retirement, lived as a Christian and died in the Lord on the 21st of February 1581 in the year of our Salvation, 1580, and the 84th year of his age. He left Anne (age 27) his sole heiress and only dearly loved daughter married to John Harrington of Exton, Knt (age 41), whom he had always affectionately loved as a son and friend, by which Anne (age 27) the said John (age 41) had during the life of the aforesaid Robert (deceased) two children, a son, Kelwey, who died Dec. 2nd, 1570, 21 weeks old, and lies buried here with his grandfather, and also a daughter Lucy (age 1) still surviving, and may God grant her a long life. To pay, therefore, a just tribute to so dear and affectionate a parent and to leave to posterity an evidence of their deep gratitude, the said John (age 41) and Anne (age 27) have raised this. Monument and dedicated to their father, Keylwey, and their son Keylwey (to their lasting memory if it so please God) and design it, if God will, as a sepulchre for themselves also".

In 1616 Anne Keilway Baroness Harington (age 62) bequeathed to Oakham, Rutlandshire Parish Library around 200 religious works in Latin and Greek devoted to theology, history, ecclesiastical and canon law intended for the use of the Vicar and local clergy. It is one of the earliest known parochial libraries. The books were bound in leather tooled with the Harington Harrington Arms knot in gilt, with the Latin ex libris

On 22 May 1653 unamed child was born to Charles Paulet 1st Duke Bolton (age 23) and Christian Freschville (age 19). She died in childbirth. The child died seven days later on 29 May 1653. Both were buried at the St John the Baptist's Church, Staveley [Map]. Monument erected by her husband Charles Paulet 1st Duke Bolton (age 23) the future Duke Bolton. Reclining figure with Chrisom Child.

Armorials...

Top Middle Paulet Arms differenced with a label argent three points impaled Freschville Arms.

Top Left: His Arms, in sixths 1 Paulet Arms 2 Possibly Seymour Arms although wings should be Or 3 Unknown Arms 4 Unknown Arms 5 Unknown Arms 6 St John Arms with a label argent three points to reflect his status as son of the current owner of the Arms.

Top Right: Her Arms, in sixths 1 Freschville Arms 2 Unknown Arms 3 Unknown Arms 4 Unknown Arms 5 Unknown Arms 6 Harrington Arms.

Christian Freschville: On 13 Dec 1633 she was born to John Freschville 1st Baron Frescheville and Sarah Harrington. On 28 Feb 1652 Charles Paulet 1st Duke Bolton and she were married. He the son of John Paulet 5th Marquess Winchester and Jane Savage Marchioness Winchester.

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Harsick Arms

On 07 Sep 1384 John Harsick III died. Brass in Church of St George, South Acre [Map] of John Harsick III and his wife Catherine Calthorpe holding hands. Great Helm with Feathers. Camail and Jupon Period. His coat of arms Harsick. Her showing Harsick Arms impaled with Calthorp Arms. At his feet a lion couchant, at hers a dog couchant. Inscription: Hic iacet Dns. Johes. Harsick Miles eiusoem Nominis tertius, qui obiit Serto die Septembris Ano Dni. Mccclxxxiv. cuius anime propicictur Deus Amen, et Domina Katherina Uxor.

John Harsick III: he was born to John Harsick II. In 1377 he was appointed High Sheriff of Norfolk. In or before 1384 John Harsick III and Catherine Calthorpe were married. In 1384 John Harsick III made his will on the Wednesday after the decollation of St. John Baptist. He bequeaths several legacies to the Lady Catharine his wife, his eldest son John, and to his son Eudo Harsick, the manor of Stanhow in Norfolk for life, remainder to his son Brian.

Catherine Calthorpe: she was born to Bartholemew Calthorpe.

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Hastings Arms

1698. Hasting's Chapel St Helen's Church Ashby-de-la-Zouch, Leicestershire [Map]. Part of the monument to Francis Hastings 2nd Earl Huntingdon and Catherine Pole Countess Huntingdon constructed at the request of Theophilus Hastings 7th Earl Huntingdon (age 47) in 1698 to repair damage caused during the Civil War at which time the monument was moved to the side of the chapel. The inscription of the Urn reads "Theophilus, Earl of Huntingdon, as a last service, caused this chapel to be decorated, and this tomb to be restored, in glorious memory of his most illustrious forefathers whose remains are buried here. Done in faith, 1698"."

The top armorial is of Francis Hastings 2nd Earl Huntingdon.

The bottom armorial is Catherine Pole Countess Huntingdon. Hers possibly bigger, and more prominent as a consequence of her royal ancestry. Quarters, some of which are also quartered. From top to bottom, left to right, somewhat speculatively:

Top Left Quarter: Left Side: Hastings Arms, Unknown Arms, Hungerford Arms, Unknown Arms. Right Side: Unknown Arms, Unknows Arms with frogs which may be a mis-represented version of De La Pole Arms.

Top Right Quarter: York Arms, Unknown Arms, Neville Arms differenced with a label three points argent, Beauchamp Arms, Beaumont Arms.

Bottom Left Quarter: Possible St John Arms, Unknown Arms, Hungerford Arms, Montagu Arms [Note. The or (gold) colour should be argent (white)?].

Bottom Right Corner. Holland Arms, Unknown Arms, Unknown Arms, Quartered: Clare Arms and Despencer Arms.

John Hastings 2nd Earl Pembroke 1347 1375 Arms

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Hay Arms

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Hayward Arms

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Herbert Arms

Around 1574 George Gower (age 34). Portrait of Charles Somerset. Armorial top left quarterly 1&4 Beaufort Arms with a yellow band top and bottom 2 Herbert Arms 3 Woodville Arms. The attribution here possibly incorrect since Charles Somerset was born in 1587 ie before the 1574 date when painted. A possible subject is William Somerset 3rd Earl of Worcester (age 48) who has the same armoiral in another

Charles Somerset: he was appointed Knight of the Bath. In 1587 he was born to Edward Somerset 4th Earl of Worcester and Elizabeth Hastings Countess of Worcester. In 1665 Charles Somerset died.

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Hervey Arms

Hervey Arms. Gules, on a bend argent three trefoils slipped vert, Source.

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Heveningham Arms

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Hoare Arms

Hoare Arms. sable an eagle displayed with two heads within a bordure indented all argent. Source.

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Hobart Arms

Hobart Arms. Sable, an estoile of six points or between two flaunches ermine.

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Holand Arms

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Holland Arms

1698. Hasting's Chapel St Helen's Church Ashby-de-la-Zouch, Leicestershire [Map]. Part of the monument to Francis Hastings 2nd Earl Huntingdon and Catherine Pole Countess Huntingdon constructed at the request of Theophilus Hastings 7th Earl Huntingdon (age 47) in 1698 to repair damage caused during the Civil War at which time the monument was moved to the side of the chapel. The inscription of the Urn reads "Theophilus, Earl of Huntingdon, as a last service, caused this chapel to be decorated, and this tomb to be restored, in glorious memory of his most illustrious forefathers whose remains are buried here. Done in faith, 1698"."

The top armorial is of Francis Hastings 2nd Earl Huntingdon.

The bottom armorial is Catherine Pole Countess Huntingdon. Hers possibly bigger, and more prominent as a consequence of her royal ancestry. Quarters, some of which are also quartered. From top to bottom, left to right, somewhat speculatively:

Top Left Quarter: Left Side: Hastings Arms, Unknown Arms, Hungerford Arms, Unknown Arms. Right Side: Unknown Arms, Unknows Arms with frogs which may be a mis-represented version of De La Pole Arms.

Top Right Quarter: York Arms, Unknown Arms, Neville Arms differenced with a label three points argent, Beauchamp Arms, Beaumont Arms.

Bottom Left Quarter: Possible St John Arms, Unknown Arms, Hungerford Arms, Montagu Arms [Note. The or (gold) colour should be argent (white)?].

Bottom Right Corner. Holland Arms, Unknown Arms, Unknown Arms, Quartered: Clare Arms and Despencer Arms.

Thomas Holland 2nd Earl Kent 1350 1397 Arms

After 17 Sep 1563. Alabaster Monument to Henry Manners 2nd Earl of Rutland (deceased) and Margaret Neville Countess Rutland at St Mary the Virgin Church, Bottesford, Leicestershire [Map].

Monument an unusual Table Tomb with their effigies beneath surmounted by effigies of their children. The table may once have been raised in the same way as the one at St Lawrence's Church, Snarford [Map] to Thomas St Paul which may be by the same carver.

His arms showing quarterly: 1&4: Manners Augmented Arms.
2nd: Top Row: Ros Arms, Roet Arms, Trusbutt [or Belvoir], Bottom Row: Todeni [Albini ancient], Daubeney Arms, Badlesmere Arms.
3rd Quarterly: 1 Thomas Holland 2nd Earl Kent 1350 1397 Arms, 2 Tiptoft Arms, 3 Vaux ArmsPowys Arms aka Charlton.

Her arms. Quartered 1&4 Neville Arms, 2 Thomas Holland 2nd Earl Kent 1350 1397 Arms, 4 Neville Ancient Arms.

Detail of his Leg Garter.

Peacock in Pride ie with its feathers displayed.

Detail of their children.

Detail of the corner of the pediment on which the arms are displayed decorated with fruit and detail of one of the legs of the table.

Detail of his armour, in his right hand a prayer-book, his left hand clutching his sword.

Detail of the St George Pendant Pendant signifying his being a Knight of the Order of the Garter.

Detail of the Unicorn on which his feet rest and Lion on which her feet rest.

The Manners Peacock Crest.

Detail of the Heart locket on her necklace and his St George Pendant.

On 24 Feb 1588. Elizabethan Period monument to John Manners 4th Earl of Rutland (age 37) and Elizabeth Charlton Countess Rutland (age 35) in the Chancel of St Mary the Virgin Church, Bottesford, Leicestershire [Map] sculpted by Gerard Johnson The Elder (age 38).

John Manners 4th Earl of Rutland: Around 1551 he was born to Henry Manners 2nd Earl of Rutland and Margaret Neville Countess Rutland. Before 1572 John Manners 4th Earl of Rutland and Elizabeth Charlton Countess Rutland were married. He the son of Henry Manners 2nd Earl of Rutland and Margaret Neville Countess Rutland. On 14 Apr 1587 Edward Manners 3rd Earl of Rutland died at his home Ivy Bridge on the Strand or at Puddle Wharf aka Dock. He was buried at St Mary the Virgin Church, Bottesford, Leicestershire. His daughter Elizabeth Manners 15th Baroness Ros of Helmsley succeeded 15th Baroness Ros Helmsley. His brother John Manners 4th Earl of Rutland succeeded 4th Earl of Rutland. Elizabeth Charlton Countess Rutland by marriage Countess of Rutland. He would be Earl for ten months only dying on 24 Feb 1588. On 24 Feb 1588 John Manners 4th Earl of Rutland died. His son Roger Manners 5th Earl of Rutland succeeded 5th Earl of Rutland.

Elizabeth Charlton Countess Rutland: In 1553 she was born to Francis Charlton of Apsley Castle in Shropshire and Cecily Fitton. Around 21 Mar 1595 she died. She was buried at St Mary the Virgin Church, Bottesford, Leicestershire.

Detail of the Bulls Head with a chained coronet around its neck on which his feet rest, and the Lion on which her feet rest.

Detail of the Biographical panels.

Armorial above the monument showing top row: Manners Augmented Arms, Ros Arms, Roet Arms, Trusbutt [or Belvoir],
2nd Row: Beauchamp Arms, Beaumont Arms, Berkeley Arms, Lisle Arms
3rd Row: Unknown, Thomas Holland 2nd Earl Kent 1350 1397 Arms, Tiptoft Arms, Powys Arms aka Charlton
4th Row: Badlesmere Arms, Vaux Arms, Todeni [Albini ancient] Arms, Daubeney Arms.

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Hood Arms

Hood Arms. Sable, on a fess argent between three leopards passant guardant or spotted of the field as many escallops gules. Source.

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Hornby Arms

Hornby Arms. Or, two chevronels between three bugle-horns sable stringed gules on a chief of the second as many eagle's legs erased of the first. Source.

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Hotham Arms

Hotham Arms. Barry of ten argent and azure, on a canton or a Cornish chough proper. Source.

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Hovell Arms

In Jun 1653 Richard Hovell of Hillington (age 80) died. In Dec 1648 Frances Ferneley (age 73) died. Wall monument in Church of St Mary, Hillington [Map]. Of alabaster with Renaissance arches and two pairs of figures each facing each other across faldstools. Armoirals Quarterly Hovell Arms and Ford Arms impaled with Ferneley Arms.

Richard Hovell of Hillington: In 1573 he was born to Richard Hovell of Hillington and Margery Ford. On 01 Mar 1598 Richard Hovell of Hillington and Frances Ferneley were married at the Church of St Mary, Hillington.

Frances Ferneley: In 1575 she was born to Thomas Ferneley of Creting in Suffolk.

On 28 Jul 1740 Martin ffolkes (age 20) died. Grave slab in the Church of St Mary, Hillington [Map]. Arms quartered ffolkes Arms and Hovell Arms differenced with a label three points.

Martin ffolkes: In 1720 he was born to Martin Folkes and Lucretia Bradshaw Actor.

On 28 Jun 1754 Martin Folkes (age 63) died. Grave slab in the Church of St Mary, Hillington [Map]. Arms quartered ffolkes Arms and Hovell Arms.

After 16 Aug 1828. Church of St Mary, Hillington [Map]. Monument to Edward West and Lucretia Georgiana ffolkes sculpted by Henry Hopper (age 61). The armorial Edward West Chief Justice of Bombay 1782-1828 arms and Lucretia Georgiana ffolkes impaled. His arms quartered West Arms and Unknown Arms. Her arms quartered 1 ffolkes Arms 2 Hovell Arms 3 appears to be Browne as seen in the armorial to William Browne 4 Turner Baronets Arms.

Edward West: he was born to John Balchen West. His parents died young so he was brought up by his uncle Martin ffolkes 1st Baronet. 26 Aug 1822 he and Lucretia Georgiana ffolkes were married at St Marylebone Church. She the daughter of his guardian and uncle Martin ffolkes 1st Baronet. On 16 Aug 1828 he died at Poonah.

Lucretia Georgiana ffolkes: she was born to Martin ffolkes 1st Baronet and Fanny Turner. On 15 Oct 1828 Lucretia Georgiana ffolkes died in childbirth at Bombay, India eleven days after having given birth to a posthumous son who only lived at few hours.

William Browne: In 1692 he was born. On 24 Aug 1717 he and Mary Greene were married.

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Howard Arms

Howard Augmented Arms

Howard Augmented Arms. Gules bend argent six crosslets fitchy augmented after the Battle of Flodden with an inescutcheon bearing the lion of Scotland pierced through the mouth with an arrow. Source.

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Hungerford Arms

Hungerford Arms. Barry sable and argent in chief three plates. Source.

1698. Hasting's Chapel St Helen's Church Ashby-de-la-Zouch, Leicestershire [Map]. Part of the monument to Francis Hastings 2nd Earl Huntingdon and Catherine Pole Countess Huntingdon constructed at the request of Theophilus Hastings 7th Earl Huntingdon (age 47) in 1698 to repair damage caused during the Civil War at which time the monument was moved to the side of the chapel. The inscription of the Urn reads "Theophilus, Earl of Huntingdon, as a last service, caused this chapel to be decorated, and this tomb to be restored, in glorious memory of his most illustrious forefathers whose remains are buried here. Done in faith, 1698"."

The top armorial is of Francis Hastings 2nd Earl Huntingdon.

The bottom armorial is Catherine Pole Countess Huntingdon. Hers possibly bigger, and more prominent as a consequence of her royal ancestry. Quarters, some of which are also quartered. From top to bottom, left to right, somewhat speculatively:

Top Left Quarter: Left Side: Hastings Arms, Unknown Arms, Hungerford Arms, Unknown Arms. Right Side: Unknown Arms, Unknows Arms with frogs which may be a mis-represented version of De La Pole Arms.

Top Right Quarter: York Arms, Unknown Arms, Neville Arms differenced with a label three points argent, Beauchamp Arms, Beaumont Arms.

Bottom Left Quarter: Possible St John Arms, Unknown Arms, Hungerford Arms, Montagu Arms [Note. The or (gold) colour should be argent (white)?].

Bottom Right Corner. Holland Arms, Unknown Arms, Unknown Arms, Quartered: Clare Arms and Despencer Arms.

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Hussey Arms

Hussey Arms. Barry of six ermine and gules.

In 1625 John Sydenham V (age 57) died. Monument at St Andrew's Church, Brympton d'Evercy [Map].

A Corinthian column at each corner supports the fine canopy, and the whole is adorned withmany coats of arms, which,commencing on the north side, illustrate, as it were, the pedigree of the family. On either side the canopy is surmounted by the arms ofSir John Sydenham, on the north impaling those of his first wife, and on the south the arms of his second;each coat is flanked by a small shield supported by a ram. Bound the edge of the canopy are thirteen shields, on which are impaled the arms brought inby various atches. On each side of the tomb itself are three large shields:those on the north side bearing the arms of Sydenham, impaling those of Audley Arm, Bruges, and Godolphin Arms, with their various quarterings;on the south are the arms of John Sydenham (age 36), who erected the monument, his sister impaled with those of her husband Edward Paston, and another coat in which the sinister side is not filled in. Probably it was meant to await the marriage of Sir Balph Sydenham (age 34), a younger brother of the founder. At the west end base is the large quartered coat of Sir John Sydenham, impaling the arms of Buckland with its nine quarterings. At the head of the tomb, surmounted by the helmet, crest, and lambrequin, is the-Sydenham coat of twelve quarterings, beneath which is the following inscription:

My foundir Sydenham, match'd with Hobye's Heyr,.

Badde me inform thee (gentle Passenger).

That what hee hath donne in mcc is onlie meant.

To memorize his father and s discent.

Without vayne glorye but he doth intreat.

That if thou comst his legende to repeate.

Thou speak him truly as he was and than - Report itso, hee dyed an honest mane.

10 November 1626.

The main armorial as follows: 1 Sydenham Arms 2 Kitsford Arms 3 Dalingrige Arms 4 Hussey Arms 5 Stourton Arms 6 Langland Arms 7 Beaufre Arms 8 Furneux Arms 9 Godolphin Arms 10 Balune Arms 11 Killigrew Arms 12 Trenouth Arms. Source.

Cadaver Underneath.

John Sydenham V: In 1568 he was born to John Sydenham IV "The Elder" and Grace Godolphin.

John Sydenham: In 1589 he was born to John Sydenham V. In 1627 John Sydenham died.

Ralph Sydenham: In or after 1590 he was born to John Sydenham V. In 1671 Ralph Sydenham died.

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Hyde Arms

Hyde Arms. Azure, a chevron between three lozenges or.

Edward Hyde 1st Earl Clarendon 1609 1674 Arms

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Ingram Arms

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Ireland Arms

Ireland Arms. Azure, a harp or stringed argent.

King George I of Great Britain and Ireland 1660 1727 Arms. Quartered 1 Plantagenet Arms impaled Dunkeld Arms 2. Capet Arms 3. Ireland Arms 4. 1&2 Brunswick Luneburg Arms, 3 Hanover Arms, an inescutcheon over all three, gules the Crown of Charlemagne Proper (As Archtreasurer of the Holy Roman Empire).

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Isle of Man Arms

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Ivrea Arms

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Jermyn Arms

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Jerningham Arms

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Jodrell Arms

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Joicey Arms

Joicey Arms. Argent three lozenges Sable within two bendlets invected gules between two miners' picks in bend proper. Source.

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Joigny Arms

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Keilway Arms

Keilway Arms. Argent, two grozing irons in saltire sable between four Kelway pears proper. An example of Canting arms Kelway Pear = Keilway. Source

After 21 Feb 1581. Church of St Peter and St Paul, Exton, Rutlandshire [Map]. Elizabethan Period monument to Robert Keilway (deceased). This memorial is attributed by Pevsner to Nicholas Johnson and by others to Nicholas Stone. Made of various marbles, a large standing wall monument of 1580, richly decorated and with a recumbant and kneeling figures of the whole family, in an aedicule, capped by obelisk, arms, etc.

His son-in-law John Harington 1st Baron Harington (age 41).

His daughter Anne Keilway Baroness Harington (age 27).

His grandson Kelwey who died aged 21 weeks.

His grand-daughter Lucy Harrington Countess Bedford (age 1).

His feet resting on a horse with its head turned back.

A Harpy. The begin to appear at the end of the 16th Century - see All Saints Church, Turvey [Map].

The same armorial on both sides include Harrington Arms, Keilway Arms

His arms quartered 1: Keilway Arms.

A separate wall mounted monument to Robert Keilway (age 84) with the inscription "Here lies Robert Keylway a distinguished esquire among civilians (whilst he lived), renowned for talent, learning and virtue, who loved retirement, lived as a Christian and died in the Lord on the 21st of February 1581 in the year of our Salvation, 1580, and the 84th year of his age. He left Anne (age 27) his sole heiress and only dearly loved daughter married to John Harrington of Exton, Knt (age 41), whom he had always affectionately loved as a son and friend, by which Anne (age 27) the said John (age 41) had during the life of the aforesaid Robert (deceased) two children, a son, Kelwey, who died Dec. 2nd, 1570, 21 weeks old, and lies buried here with his grandfather, and also a daughter Lucy (age 1) still surviving, and may God grant her a long life. To pay, therefore, a just tribute to so dear and affectionate a parent and to leave to posterity an evidence of their deep gratitude, the said John (age 41) and Anne (age 27) have raised this. Monument and dedicated to their father, Keylwey, and their son Keylwey (to their lasting memory if it so please God) and design it, if God will, as a sepulchre for themselves also".

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Keppel Arms

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Kevelioc Arms

Kevelioc Arms. Azure three garbs or. Source.

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Killigrew Arms

Killigrew Arms. Argent, an eagle displayed with two heads sable a bordure of the second bezantée. The bezantée bordure indicates a connection to the ancient Earls of Cornwall. Source.

In 1625 John Sydenham V (age 57) died. Monument at St Andrew's Church, Brympton d'Evercy [Map].

A Corinthian column at each corner supports the fine canopy, and the whole is adorned withmany coats of arms, which,commencing on the north side, illustrate, as it were, the pedigree of the family. On either side the canopy is surmounted by the arms ofSir John Sydenham, on the north impaling those of his first wife, and on the south the arms of his second;each coat is flanked by a small shield supported by a ram. Bound the edge of the canopy are thirteen shields, on which are impaled the arms brought inby various atches. On each side of the tomb itself are three large shields:those on the north side bearing the arms of Sydenham, impaling those of Audley Arm, Bruges, and Godolphin Arms, with their various quarterings;on the south are the arms of John Sydenham (age 36), who erected the monument, his sister impaled with those of her husband Edward Paston, and another coat in which the sinister side is not filled in. Probably it was meant to await the marriage of Sir Balph Sydenham (age 34), a younger brother of the founder. At the west end base is the large quartered coat of Sir John Sydenham, impaling the arms of Buckland with its nine quarterings. At the head of the tomb, surmounted by the helmet, crest, and lambrequin, is the-Sydenham coat of twelve quarterings, beneath which is the following inscription:

My foundir Sydenham, match'd with Hobye's Heyr,.

Badde me inform thee (gentle Passenger).

That what hee hath donne in mcc is onlie meant.

To memorize his father and s discent.

Without vayne glorye but he doth intreat.

That if thou comst his legende to repeate.

Thou speak him truly as he was and than - Report itso, hee dyed an honest mane.

10 November 1626.

The main armorial as follows: 1 Sydenham Arms 2 Kitsford Arms 3 Dalingrige Arms 4 Hussey Arms 5 Stourton Arms 6 Langland Arms 7 Beaufre Arms 8 Furneux Arms 9 Godolphin Arms 10 Balune Arms 11 Killigrew Arms 12 Trenouth Arms. Source.

Cadaver Underneath.

John Sydenham V: In 1568 he was born to John Sydenham IV "The Elder" and Grace Godolphin.

John Sydenham: In 1589 he was born to John Sydenham V. In 1627 John Sydenham died.

Ralph Sydenham: In or after 1590 he was born to John Sydenham V. In 1671 Ralph Sydenham died.

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Kitson Arms

Kitson Arms. Sable three fishes hauriant in fess argent a chief or. Source.

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Knightley Arms

Knightley Arms. Quarterly 1&4 Ermine, 2&3 Unknown. Source.

On 03 Sep 1634 Edward Coke (age 82) died. Monument in Church of St Mary the Virgin, Tittleshall [Map]. Simple sarcophagus on pedestal with lying effigy. Pair of flanking Tuscan columns supporting a full entablature with putti on frieze and broken segmental pediment. Carved and painted achievement in and above tympanum flanked by four reclining figures of the Virtues on pediment extrados.

Above. Quarterly of eight: Coke Arms, Crispin, Folkard, Sparham, Nerford, Yarmouth, Knightley Arms and Pawe. The crest is broken. Farrer says it was: On a chapeau Azure, turned up Ermine, an ostrich Argent, holding in its mouth a horseshoe Or. The motto reads Prudens qui Patiens.

The effigy was carved by John Hargrave, the rest of the memorial was made by Nicholas Stone (age 47).

Below the effigy are three shields. Left Coke Arms implaling Paston Arms. His first wife Bridget Paston. Middle Coke Arms. Right Coke Arms impaling Cecil Arms; his second wife Elizabeth Cecil Countess Berkshire (age 38).

Bridget Paston: she was born to John Paston. On 13 Aug 1582 Edward Coke and she were married. She a great x 4 granddaughter of King Edward III of England.

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Knollys Arms

Before 1596 George Gower (age 56). Portrait of Lettice Knollys Countess Essex (age 52) with the Knollys Arms with Elephant Crest on her right.

Before 1596 George Gower (age 56). Portrait of Elizabeth Knollys (age 46) with Elephant Crest the Knollys Arms on her right.

Elizabeth Knollys: Thomas Leighton and she were married. On 15 Jun 1549 she was born to Francis Knollys and Catherine Carey. Around 1605 Elizabeth Knollys died.

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Knyvet Arms

Knyvet Arms. Argent, a bend sable a bordure engrailed of the last. Source.

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, La Marck Arms

La Marck Arms. Or, a fess chequered argent and gules. Source.

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Lacy Arms

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Lake Arms

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Lascelles Arms

Lascelles Arms. Sable a cross patoncé within a Bordure or. Source.

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Lathom Arms

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Lawson of Brough Hall Arms

Lawson of Brough Hall Arms. Argent a chevron sable three martlets sable. Source.

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Legge Arms

Legge Arms. Azure a stag's head caboshed argent. Source.

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Lennox Arms

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Lewis Arms

Lewis Arms. Sable a chevron or three fleur de lys or. Source.

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Liddell Arms

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Lisle Arms

Around 1400. Window in the Chicheley Chapel at St Andrew's Church, Wimpole [Map] from the late 14th early 15th Century depicting alliances of the Ufford family (who are thought to have owned the manor of Wimpole before the Chicheleys) and the Plantagenets through the marriage of Ralph Ufford and Maud Plantagenet Countess Ulster, daughter of Henry Plantagenet 3rd Earl of Leicester 3rd Earl Lancaster .

From top to bottom, left to right:

Tiptoft Arms. The Tiptoft family owned the nearby manor of Harleston.

Bardolf Arms.

Avenell Arms. The Avenell family once held a manor in Wimpole.

Telemache Arms.

Ufford Arms. Believed to be the arms of William Ufford 2nd Earl Suffolk. Note the difference of an annulet argent (white) in the top left corner.

Bohun Arms. Possibly William Bohun 1st Earl of Northampton.

Henry Plantagenet 3rd Earl of Leicester 3rd Earl Lancaster 1281 1345 Arms. Possibly Henry Plantagenet 3rd Earl of Leicester 3rd Earl Lancaster although the label doesn't appear to have the fleur de lys of France.

Bassingbourne Arms.

Engaine Arms. John de Engaine lived in Huntingdonshire.

Lisle Arms. Possibly Robert Lisle 1st Baron Lisle. Robert settled at nearby Rampton.

Robert Ufford 1st Earl Suffolk who married Margaret Norwich Countess Suffolk whose father Walter Norwich owned the manor of Cobbs in Wimpole.

Ufford Arms with a label three points. Believed to be Robert Ufford who predeceased his father Robert Ufford 1st Earl Suffolk.

Bassingbourne Arms.

The figure in the middle is believed to represent William Ufford 2nd Earl Suffolk.

From an original description by James C Powell 1903.

On 24 Jun 1584 Dorothy Vernon (age 53) died. On 04 Jun 1611 John Manners (age 84) died at Haddon Hall [Map]. Both were buried at All Saint's Church, Bakewell, Derbyshire [Map]. Elizabethan Period facing each other. Complex armorial of his arms impaled with her arms.

Arms of John Manners (age 57) impaled with those of Dorothy Vernon (age 53).

On the left, Top Row: 1 Manners Augmented Arms 2 His great-grandmother Eleanor Ros.

Second Row: 5 Beauchamp Arms 6 Beaumont Arms 7 Berkeley Arms 8 Lisle Arms.

Third Row: 11 Tiptoft Arms.

On the right the arms of Dorothy Vernon (age 53). Top Row: 1 Vernon Arms. Her arms. Second Row: 5 Welles Arms. Third Row: 9 Tailboys Arms. Fourth Row: 10 Berkeley Arms.

Dorothy Vernon: In 1531 she was born to George Vernon "King of the Peak" and Margaret Tailboys. Before 22 Mar 1572 John Manners and she were married. He the son of Thomas Manners 1st Earl of Rutland and Eleanor Paston Countess Rutland. He a great x 5 grandson of King Edward III of England.

John Manners: In 1527 he was born to Thomas Manners 1st Earl of Rutland and Eleanor Paston Countess Rutland.

Eleanor Ros: Around 1449 she was born to Thomas Ros 9th Baron Ros Helmsley and Philippa Tiptoft Baroness Ros of Helmsley. In or before 1460 Robert Manners and she were married. He a great x 5 grandson of King Edward "Longshanks" I of England. She a great x 5 granddaughter of King Edward "Longshanks" I of England. In 1487 Eleanor Ros died. In 1492 George Manners 11th Baron Ros Helmsley became a ward of his uncle-in-law Thomas Lovell, husband of his mother's sister Isabel Ros as a consequence of his father Robert Manners being deemed unable to administer his own affairs.

On 24 Feb 1588. Elizabethan Period monument to John Manners 4th Earl of Rutland (age 37) and Elizabeth Charlton Countess Rutland (age 35) in the Chancel of St Mary the Virgin Church, Bottesford, Leicestershire [Map] sculpted by Gerard Johnson The Elder (age 38).

John Manners 4th Earl of Rutland: Around 1551 he was born to Henry Manners 2nd Earl of Rutland and Margaret Neville Countess Rutland. Before 1572 John Manners 4th Earl of Rutland and Elizabeth Charlton Countess Rutland were married. He the son of Henry Manners 2nd Earl of Rutland and Margaret Neville Countess Rutland. On 14 Apr 1587 Edward Manners 3rd Earl of Rutland died at his home Ivy Bridge on the Strand or at Puddle Wharf aka Dock. He was buried at St Mary the Virgin Church, Bottesford, Leicestershire. His daughter Elizabeth Manners 15th Baroness Ros of Helmsley succeeded 15th Baroness Ros Helmsley. His brother John Manners 4th Earl of Rutland succeeded 4th Earl of Rutland. Elizabeth Charlton Countess Rutland by marriage Countess of Rutland. He would be Earl for ten months only dying on 24 Feb 1588. On 24 Feb 1588 John Manners 4th Earl of Rutland died. His son Roger Manners 5th Earl of Rutland succeeded 5th Earl of Rutland.

Elizabeth Charlton Countess Rutland: In 1553 she was born to Francis Charlton of Apsley Castle in Shropshire and Cecily Fitton. Around 21 Mar 1595 she died. She was buried at St Mary the Virgin Church, Bottesford, Leicestershire.

Detail of the Bulls Head with a chained coronet around its neck on which his feet rest, and the Lion on which her feet rest.

Detail of the Biographical panels.

Armorial above the monument showing top row: Manners Augmented Arms, Ros Arms, Roet Arms, Trusbutt [or Belvoir],
2nd Row: Beauchamp Arms, Beaumont Arms, Berkeley Arms, Lisle Arms
3rd Row: Unknown, Thomas Holland 2nd Earl Kent 1350 1397 Arms, Tiptoft Arms, Powys Arms aka Charlton
4th Row: Badlesmere Arms, Vaux Arms, Todeni [Albini ancient] Arms, Daubeney Arms.

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Lister Arms

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Littleton Arms

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Loftus Arms

Loftus Arms. Sable, a chevron engrailed ermine, between three trefoils slipped argent. Source.

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Louvain Arms

Louvain Arms. Gules billety or a fess of the last. Source.

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Lovell Arms

Lovell Arms. Barry nebuly of six or and gules. Source.

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Lowther Arms

Lowther Arms. Or, six annulets sable, three, two, one. Source.

After 10 Sep 1792. Monument to Henry Vane 2nd Earl Darlington (deceased) at St Mary's Church, Staindrop [Map] sculpted by Richard Cooke.

The armorial being Vane Arms impaled with Lowther Arms.

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Lucas Arms

Lucas Arms. Argent, a fess between six annulets gules.

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Lucy Arms

Lucy Arms. Gules three lucies. Source.

Robert Radclyffe 1st Earl of Sussex 1483 1542 Arms. Quartered 1 Quartered 1&4 Radclyffe Arms 2&3 Fitzwalter Arms 2 Unknown Arms 3 Lucy Arms 4 Multon Arms.

Vesta Monumenta. Over the door leading to the chapel are, or were, these arms and quarterings carved in stone of Thomas Ratcliffe earl of Sussex, with those of his lady Frances Sydney, daughter of Sir William Sydney of Penshurst in Kent, knt. the celebrated founderess of Sydney Sussex College, Cambridge, and whose time by these arms we may conclude some additions were made to this mansion:

1. A bend ingrailed. Ratcliffe earl of Sussex.

2. A fess between two chevrons. Fitzwalter Arms.

3. A lion rampant crowned, within a bordure. Burnell.

4. A saltire ingrailed. Botetourt.

5. Three lucies hauriant. Lucy Arms.

6. Three bars. Multon Arms.

7. Semee Fleurs de lis. Mortimer of Attilborough.

8. An eagle and child. Culcheth.

Over the door leading to the hall those of Frances countess of Sussex, his consort:

1. A pheon. Sydney.

2. Two bars, in chief three shields. Clunford.

3. Three chevronells; a label of 3 points. Barrington.

4. On a bend three lozenges or muscles. Mercy.

5. Quarterly an escarbuncle. Mandeville Arms.

6. A chevron between three mullets. Chetwynd.

7. Three lions rampant. Baard.

8. Barry of 8 a lion rampant crowned. Brandon Arms.

A bear chained: the crest of Dudley earl of Leicester.

A griffin chained.

A rose crowned. Henry VIII.

A pomegranate crowned. Catharine of Arragon, his queen.

These coats and devices are here engraved from drawings taken by Mr. Vertue at the same time that he made those of the house.

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Lumley Arms

Lumley Arms. Argent a fess gules between three parrots vert, collared of the second. Source.

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Lusignan Arms

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Luxemburg Arms

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Lygon Arms

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Lyttleton Arms

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Mandeville Arms

1580. St Laurence's Church, Ludlow [Map]. Monument to Ambrosia Sidney. Her father's (age 51) arms top middle as follows: Sidney, Clunford, Barrington, Mercy, Mandeville Arms differenced with an escarbuncle, Chetwyn, Belhouse (the lions should be shown between three black cross-croslets), and Brandon Arms (the lion's crown should be per pale gules and Argent).

Bottom Left her father's arms impaled with 1 Dudley Arms 2 Unknown 3 Grey Arms 4 Talbot Arms 5 Beauchamp Arms 6 Neuborg Arms 7 Unknown 8 Unknown.

Bottom Right. As impaled Bottom Left; possibly some form of Duke of Northumberland.

The Sidney motto "quo fata vacant" ie "where destiny falls".

On the right are the arms of her uncle and godfather Ambrose Dudley, 3rd Earl of Warwick (age 50), from whom she derived her name.

On the left the arms of her mother, Mary Sidney née Dudley (age 50)

Ambrosia Sidney: Around 1565 she was born to Henry Sidney and Mary Dudley. She was named after her uncle Ambrose Dudley 3rd Earl Warwick. On 22 Feb 1574 Ambrosia Sidney died at Ludlow Castle where her father Henry Sidney was President of the Council of the Marches in Wales.

Effigy of Geoffrey Mandeville. THIS effigy is perhaps rightly assigned to Geoffrey de Mandeville, Earl of Essex. His grandfather of the same name came over with the Norman William, and was rewarded for his services in the invasion and conquest of England, by the gift of numerous lordships, which descended to William his son, who married Margaret, daughter of Eudo Dapifer, or Steward, to William the First. Geodrey, the supposed subject of this effigy, was their son and heir, and in the 5th of King Stephen fined for the livery of his inheritance. He was hereditary Constable of the Tower of London, and was created by King Stephen, by charter, Earl of Essex. He however took part against Stephen with the Empress Matilda; and she also not only constituted him by charter Earl of Essex, but made him hereditary Sheriff of London, Middlesex, and Hertfordshire; and gave him, moreover, the lands of Eudo Dapifer in Normandy, and his office of High Steward as an hereditary right. King Stephen in 1144 seized his person, and obliged him, as the ransom for his liberty, to yield up possession of the Tower of London, and his castles of Pleshey [Map] and Walden, in Essex; the latter of which was his chief family seat. The warlike Geoffrey having, however, procured his enlargement, associated to himself certain mercenary bands, at the head of which he ravaged the royal demesnes, and plundered the Abbey of Ramsey. For this deed he incurred ecclesiastical excommunication. Laying siege to the Castle of Burwell, in Cambridgeshire, he received a mortal wound in his head from a dart, and finding his fortunes in this world set at rest, began to make what provision he could, at so short a notice, for those of the next. Some Knights Templar coming to him in his last moments, he endowed their fraternity with certain of his lands, and put on the habit of their order as a passport to heaven. Still under sentence of excommunication, they could not give him Christian burial, but they hit upon the notable expedient of wrapping his corpse in lead, and suspending it from a tree in the garden of the Old Temple, in Holborn. After some time his absolution was obtained from Pope Alexander the Third, and his body was taken down and buried in the round or most ancient part of the New Temple Church, which now serves as a porch to the main body of the building. This may account for the style of the effigy on his coffin lid, which does not appear to have been made before the latter end of the twelfth century. The costume of this effigy is exceedingly remarkable. On the head is a cylindrical, or pot like, chapelle de fer. The hauberk of chain-mail envelopes his hands, forming a sort of glove; and it may be here remarked that the most ancient gloves had not fingersa. He wears a long surcoat over his armour; a broad belt, and a very broad-belted sword dependant from the side; a long kite-shaped shield, covered with fretwork. His right arm is crossed upon his breast. The Mandeville Arms was quarterly, Or and Gules. Dugdale says this Geoffrey added a carbuncle to his arms. One, indeed, appears on the shield of the effigy; but at this early period it seems very doubtful that it is really an heraldic distinction. On his legs are chausses, or stockings of mail, and the straps, and heel portion of the pryck-spurs attached to them, remain. The style of the figure has an expression of martial grandeur.

Details. The chapelle de fer, mails of the hauberk covering the neck.

Note a. I have somewhere seen gloves with fingers forbidden to be worn by the members of an ecclesiastical order, as being a luxury.

Vesta Monumenta. Over the door leading to the chapel are, or were, these arms and quarterings carved in stone of Thomas Ratcliffe earl of Sussex, with those of his lady Frances Sydney, daughter of Sir William Sydney of Penshurst in Kent, knt. the celebrated founderess of Sydney Sussex College, Cambridge, and whose time by these arms we may conclude some additions were made to this mansion:

1. A bend ingrailed. Ratcliffe earl of Sussex.

2. A fess between two chevrons. Fitzwalter Arms.

3. A lion rampant crowned, within a bordure. Burnell.

4. A saltire ingrailed. Botetourt.

5. Three lucies hauriant. Lucy Arms.

6. Three bars. Multon Arms.

7. Semee Fleurs de lis. Mortimer of Attilborough.

8. An eagle and child. Culcheth.

Over the door leading to the hall those of Frances countess of Sussex, his consort:

1. A pheon. Sydney.

2. Two bars, in chief three shields. Clunford.

3. Three chevronells; a label of 3 points. Barrington.

4. On a bend three lozenges or muscles. Mercy.

5. Quarterly an escarbuncle. Mandeville Arms.

6. A chevron between three mullets. Chetwynd.

7. Three lions rampant. Baard.

8. Barry of 8 a lion rampant crowned. Brandon Arms.

A bear chained: the crest of Dudley earl of Leicester.

A griffin chained.

A rose crowned. Henry VIII.

A pomegranate crowned. Catharine of Arragon, his queen.

These coats and devices are here engraved from drawings taken by Mr. Vertue at the same time that he made those of the house.

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Manners Arms

On 18 Jun 1525 Henry Fitzroy (age 6) was taken by barge to Bridewell Palace [Map] where he was enobled by his father King Henry VIII of England and Ireland (age 33).

In the morning Henry Fitzroy (age 6) was created 1st Earl Nottingham.

In the afternoon Henry Fitzroy (age 6) was created 1st Duke of Richmond and Somerset.

Henry Percy 5th Earl of Northumberland (age 47) carried the Sword of State. Thomas More (age 47) read the patents of nobility. Charles Brandon 1st Duke of Suffolk (age 41), Thomas Grey 2nd Marquess Dorset (age 47),

Henry Courtenay (age 29) was created 1st Marquess Exeter. Gertrude Blount Marchioness of Exeter (age 22) by marriage Marchioness Exeter.

Henry Clifford (age 32) was created 1st Earl of Cumberland, Warden of the West Marches and Governor of Carlisle Castle.

Thomas Manners (age 33) was created 1st Earl of Rutland. Eleanor Paston Countess Rutland (age 30) by marriage Countess of Rutland. He was given the Earldom of Rutland to reflect his descent from Anne York Duchess Exeter sister of the previous Earl of Rutland. At the same time his arms Manners Arms were augmented with the Manners Augmented Arms

Henry Brandon (age 2) was created 1st Earl Lincoln.

Robert Radclyffe (age 42) was created 1st Viscount Fitzwalter.

Thomas Boleyn 1st Earl Wiltshire and Ormonde (age 48) was created 1st Viscount Rochford. Elizabeth Howard Countess of Wiltshire and Ormonde (age 45) by marriage Viscountess Rochford.

Thomas Howard 3rd Duke of Norfolk (age 52), William Fitzalan 18th Earl of Arundel (age 49) and John de Vere 14th Earl of Oxford (age 25) attended.

Manners Augmented Arms

Manners Augmented Arms. Manners Arms in chief England Henry IV Arms. The augmentation was granted by King Henry VIII of England and Ireland at the time of his creation as Earl of Rutland in recognition of his descent in the maternal line from Richard Plantagenet 3rd Duke of York.

On 18 Jun 1525 Henry Fitzroy (age 6) was taken by barge to Bridewell Palace [Map] where he was enobled by his father King Henry VIII of England and Ireland (age 33).

In the morning Henry Fitzroy (age 6) was created 1st Earl Nottingham.

In the afternoon Henry Fitzroy (age 6) was created 1st Duke of Richmond and Somerset.

Henry Percy 5th Earl of Northumberland (age 47) carried the Sword of State. Thomas More (age 47) read the patents of nobility. Charles Brandon 1st Duke of Suffolk (age 41), Thomas Grey 2nd Marquess Dorset (age 47),

Henry Courtenay (age 29) was created 1st Marquess Exeter. Gertrude Blount Marchioness of Exeter (age 22) by marriage Marchioness Exeter.

Henry Clifford (age 32) was created 1st Earl of Cumberland, Warden of the West Marches and Governor of Carlisle Castle.

Thomas Manners (age 33) was created 1st Earl of Rutland. Eleanor Paston Countess Rutland (age 30) by marriage Countess of Rutland. He was given the Earldom of Rutland to reflect his descent from Anne York Duchess Exeter sister of the previous Earl of Rutland. At the same time his arms Manners Arms were augmented with the Manners Augmented Arms

Henry Brandon (age 2) was created 1st Earl Lincoln.

Robert Radclyffe (age 42) was created 1st Viscount Fitzwalter.

Thomas Boleyn 1st Earl Wiltshire and Ormonde (age 48) was created 1st Viscount Rochford. Elizabeth Howard Countess of Wiltshire and Ormonde (age 45) by marriage Viscountess Rochford.

Thomas Howard 3rd Duke of Norfolk (age 52), William Fitzalan 18th Earl of Arundel (age 49) and John de Vere 14th Earl of Oxford (age 25) attended.

After 17 Sep 1563. Alabaster Monument to Henry Manners 2nd Earl of Rutland (deceased) and Margaret Neville Countess Rutland at St Mary the Virgin Church, Bottesford, Leicestershire [Map].

Monument an unusual Table Tomb with their effigies beneath surmounted by effigies of their children. The table may once have been raised in the same way as the one at St Lawrence's Church, Snarford [Map] to Thomas St Paul which may be by the same carver.

His arms showing quarterly: 1&4: Manners Augmented Arms.
2nd: Top Row: Ros Arms, Roet Arms, Trusbutt [or Belvoir], Bottom Row: Todeni [Albini ancient], Daubeney Arms, Badlesmere Arms.
3rd Quarterly: 1 Thomas Holland 2nd Earl Kent 1350 1397 Arms, 2 Tiptoft Arms, 3 Vaux ArmsPowys Arms aka Charlton.

Her arms. Quartered 1&4 Neville Arms, 2 Thomas Holland 2nd Earl Kent 1350 1397 Arms, 4 Neville Ancient Arms.

Detail of his Leg Garter.

Peacock in Pride ie with its feathers displayed.

Detail of their children.

Detail of the corner of the pediment on which the arms are displayed decorated with fruit and detail of one of the legs of the table.

Detail of his armour, in his right hand a prayer-book, his left hand clutching his sword.

Detail of the St George Pendant Pendant signifying his being a Knight of the Order of the Garter.

Detail of the Unicorn on which his feet rest and Lion on which her feet rest.

The Manners Peacock Crest.

Detail of the Heart locket on her necklace and his St George Pendant.

On 24 Jun 1584 Dorothy Vernon (age 53) died. On 04 Jun 1611 John Manners (age 84) died at Haddon Hall [Map]. Both were buried at All Saint's Church, Bakewell, Derbyshire [Map]. Elizabethan Period facing each other. Complex armorial of his arms impaled with her arms.

Arms of John Manners (age 57) impaled with those of Dorothy Vernon (age 53).

On the left, Top Row: 1 Manners Augmented Arms 2 His great-grandmother Eleanor Ros.

Second Row: 5 Beauchamp Arms 6 Beaumont Arms 7 Berkeley Arms 8 Lisle Arms.

Third Row: 11 Tiptoft Arms.

On the right the arms of Dorothy Vernon (age 53). Top Row: 1 Vernon Arms. Her arms. Second Row: 5 Welles Arms. Third Row: 9 Tailboys Arms. Fourth Row: 10 Berkeley Arms.

Dorothy Vernon: In 1531 she was born to George Vernon "King of the Peak" and Margaret Tailboys. Before 22 Mar 1572 John Manners and she were married. He the son of Thomas Manners 1st Earl of Rutland and Eleanor Paston Countess Rutland. He a great x 5 grandson of King Edward III of England.

John Manners: In 1527 he was born to Thomas Manners 1st Earl of Rutland and Eleanor Paston Countess Rutland.

Eleanor Ros: Around 1449 she was born to Thomas Ros 9th Baron Ros Helmsley and Philippa Tiptoft Baroness Ros of Helmsley. In or before 1460 Robert Manners and she were married. He a great x 5 grandson of King Edward "Longshanks" I of England. She a great x 5 granddaughter of King Edward "Longshanks" I of England. In 1487 Eleanor Ros died. In 1492 George Manners 11th Baron Ros Helmsley became a ward of his uncle-in-law Thomas Lovell, husband of his mother's sister Isabel Ros as a consequence of his father Robert Manners being deemed unable to administer his own affairs.

On 24 Feb 1588. Elizabethan Period monument to John Manners 4th Earl of Rutland (age 37) and Elizabeth Charlton Countess Rutland (age 35) in the Chancel of St Mary the Virgin Church, Bottesford, Leicestershire [Map] sculpted by Gerard Johnson The Elder (age 38).

John Manners 4th Earl of Rutland: Around 1551 he was born to Henry Manners 2nd Earl of Rutland and Margaret Neville Countess Rutland. Before 1572 John Manners 4th Earl of Rutland and Elizabeth Charlton Countess Rutland were married. He the son of Henry Manners 2nd Earl of Rutland and Margaret Neville Countess Rutland. On 14 Apr 1587 Edward Manners 3rd Earl of Rutland died at his home Ivy Bridge on the Strand or at Puddle Wharf aka Dock. He was buried at St Mary the Virgin Church, Bottesford, Leicestershire. His daughter Elizabeth Manners 15th Baroness Ros of Helmsley succeeded 15th Baroness Ros Helmsley. His brother John Manners 4th Earl of Rutland succeeded 4th Earl of Rutland. Elizabeth Charlton Countess Rutland by marriage Countess of Rutland. He would be Earl for ten months only dying on 24 Feb 1588. On 24 Feb 1588 John Manners 4th Earl of Rutland died. His son Roger Manners 5th Earl of Rutland succeeded 5th Earl of Rutland.

Elizabeth Charlton Countess Rutland: In 1553 she was born to Francis Charlton of Apsley Castle in Shropshire and Cecily Fitton. Around 21 Mar 1595 she died. She was buried at St Mary the Virgin Church, Bottesford, Leicestershire.

Detail of the Bulls Head with a chained coronet around its neck on which his feet rest, and the Lion on which her feet rest.

Detail of the Biographical panels.

Armorial above the monument showing top row: Manners Augmented Arms, Ros Arms, Roet Arms, Trusbutt [or Belvoir],
2nd Row: Beauchamp Arms, Beaumont Arms, Berkeley Arms, Lisle Arms
3rd Row: Unknown, Thomas Holland 2nd Earl Kent 1350 1397 Arms, Tiptoft Arms, Powys Arms aka Charlton
4th Row: Badlesmere Arms, Vaux Arms, Todeni [Albini ancient] Arms, Daubeney Arms.

After 23 Apr 1623. Monument to George Manners (deceased) and Grace Pierrepont (age 48) at All Saint's Church, Bakewell, Derbyshire [Map]. Jacobean Kneeling monument representing them and their nine children, four boys (one died an infant) on the left, five girls on the right.

The armorials include: Manners Augmented Arms Manners Augmented with a Crescent difference.

Their son John 8th Earl Rutland (age 18) was married to Frances Montagu Countess Rutland (age 9).

Their daughter Dorothy Manners (age 13) married Thomas Lake (age 28).

Their daughter Frances (age 23) was married to Nicholas Saundeson 2nd Viscount Castleton.

Their daughter Eleanor (age 23) was married to Lewis Watson 1st Baron Rockingham (age 35).

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Mansel Arms

Mansel Arms. Argent, a chevron between three maunches. Source.

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Marmion Arms

On 25 Feb 1387 John Grey aka Marmion (age 44) died in Spain. In 1400 Elizabeth St Quentin (age 53) died.

Monument in St Nicholas Church, West Tanfield [Map]. Camail and Jupon Period. Lancastrian Esses Collar. Hip Belt. Feathered Crest on Great Helm. Angels Supporting Pillow. His bascinet has decorated edges with the camail appearig to attach inside the bascinet. Decorated flat band. She wearing a unusual headress which appears to be a cross between Gabled Headress and Bongrace. Her dress long with a Low Rounded Neckline and appears to be decoated with an armorial: vair at the top, chevrons at the bottom, which may be Marmion Arms or a variation of.

John Grey aka Marmion: In 1343 he was born to John Grey 1st Baron Grey and Avice Marmion Baroness Grey Rotherfield. Before 25 Feb 1387 John Grey aka Marmion and Elizabeth St Quentin were married. He a great x 4 grandson of King Henry "Curtmantle" II of England.

Elizabeth St Quentin: Before 1347 she was born to Herbert St Quentin and Mary Lisle.

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Marshal Arms

Effigy of Knights Templar. Matthew Paris says that William Marshal, the elder Earl of Pembroke, was buried in the middle of the church of the New Temple; and near their father were also interred two of his sons, William and Gilbert, successive Earls of Pembroke. And from other authorities, we learn that Geoffrey Magnavide, Earl of Essex, and William Plantagenet, fourth son of Henry III. [Note. Henry III only had three sons. Possibly fourth son of Henry II?], were likewise buried in this Church [Map]. The effigies, the subject of the present investigation, occupy the centre of the pavement, and are parted off within two enclosures, each surrounded by a low iron railing: the figures are laid side by side, as close to each other as it is possible to place them. In this arrangement it will be seen that there is not that succession in the order of their dates we should have found had this been their original situation. In the South enclosure it may be particularly noticed, where the only three knights, with emblazoned shields are placed together, although of all the figures thus enclosed, they are, in point of date, the most remote from each other. That they have been displaced receives confirmation from a recent circumstance, for during the late repairs of the church, by excavating the ground beneath the S. enclosure, it was discovered that merely these coffin lids (of which the figures, according to ancient custom, were a part) remained, neither the bodies they inclosed, nor the coffins to which they were attached, being found. This want of original locality is probably the cause that we are now unable to identify with certainty any of the persons said to have been here entombed. From the evidence of Camden, Stow, and Dugdale, it appears these changes have taken place since their time. Camden, who does not allude to their situation or arrangement, says, that William Marsha!, the elder, and his two sons, William and Gilbert, were here buried, and that upon the tomb of William the elder, he read on the upper part "Comes Penbrochiae," and upon the sides this verse, "Miles eram Martis, Mars multos vicerat armis was a soldier of Mars, Mars had conquered many by arms]." Stow speaks of "eleven monuments of noblemen in the round walk of this church; eight of them images of armed knights, five lying cross-legged, as men vowed to the Holy Land against the Infidels and unbeleeving Jews; the other three straight-legged; the rest are coaped stones, all of gray marble." Dugdale says, "within a spacious grate of iron in the midst of the round walk under the steeple do lye eight statues in military habits each of them having large and deep shields on their left armes, of which five are cross-legged. There are also three other grave stones lying about five inches above the level ground; on one of which is a large escocheon with a lion rampanta graved thereon." It is clear from Dugdale's account that the whole of the effigies were in his time within one enclosure, and he likewise agrees with Stow in their number and positions, and also to the number of coped stones. There are now, however, six of them cross-legged, and but one coped stone. This discrepancy is accounted for by a record somewhere existing, which states that the cross-legged figure bearing on his shield the arms of Ross, was brought from Yorkshire, and placed with the other effigies in the Temple Churchb, and it is almost conclusive from the situation of this figure, that whenever its removal took place, the whole of these statues received their present arrangement, and the two coped stones wanting were taken away or destroyed. Upon examining the effigies, to whom the inscriptions given by Camden could possibly be applied, it was found that they were carved in a stone best known under the name of Sussex marble, upon the surface time had effected scarcely any change, and the sides (where inscriptions are sometimes found) buried below the pavement, were ascertained to be as smooth and perfect in most places, as when finished by the sculptor; consequently had the inscriptions ever existed on these coffin lids, they must have been detected. This contradiction to Camden's account cannot readily be reconciled, unless the inscriptions in question were found elsewhere, or on the coped stone wanting, described by Dugdale as having graved upon it an escutcheon, charged with a lion rampant.

Note a. The Marshal Arms Earls of Pembroke were, party per pale or, and vert, a lion rampant gules.

Note b. The note containing the authority for this fact has been mislaid and lost.

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Maule Arms

Maule Arms. Per pale, argent and gules, a bordure charged with eight escallops, all countercharged. Source.

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Maxwell Arms

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Mildmay Arms

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Mohun Arms

After 18 Nov 1434. St Mary's Church, Ewelme [Map]. Monument to Thomas Chaucer (deceased) and Maud Burghesh (age 55).

The Arms in two rows left to right ...

Top Row:

1 Beaufort Arms

2 York Arms. Possibly Cecily "Rose of Raby" Neville Duchess York (age 19) impaled Neville Arms

3 Thomas Beaufort 1st Duke Exeter 1377 1426 Arms

4 Thomas of Brotherton 1st Earl Norfolk 1300 1338 Arms impaled Neville Arms

5 Thomas Beaufort 1st Duke Exeter 1377 1426 Arms (again?)

6 Stafford Arms impaled Neville Arms

7 Montacute and Monthermer Arms impaled Chaucer Modern Arms.

Bottom Row:

1 Beauchamp Arms quartered with Beaumont Arms; Earl Warwick reflecting the Beauchamp family having inherited the Earldom of Warwick through marriage to Isabel Maudit who was the sister of William Maudit 8th Earl Warwick who died without issue. Isabel Maudit and William Maudit 8th Earl Warwick were the children of William Maudit and Alice Beaumont. Alice Beaumont inherited the Earldom of Warwick when her half-niece Margaret Beaumont 7th Countess Warwick died.

2 Courtenay Arms impaled Beaufort Arms

3 Montacute and Monthermer Arms impaled Mohun Arms

4 Montacute and Monthermer Arms quartered Neville Arms

5 De La Pole Arms quartered Chaucer Modern Arms

6 Despencer Arms impaled Chaucer Modern Arms

7 Mohun Arms impaled Chaucer Modern Arms. John Mohun 2nd Baron Mohun of Dunster and Joan Burghesh Baroness Dunster.

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Molyneux Arms

Bruyn Arms. Azure, a cross moline or. Appears to be the same as Molyneux Arms.

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Monck Arms

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Monson Arms

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Montacute and Monthermer Arms

After 18 Nov 1434. St Mary's Church, Ewelme [Map]. Monument to Thomas Chaucer (deceased) and Maud Burghesh (age 55).

The Arms in two rows left to right ...

Top Row:

1 Beaufort Arms

2 York Arms. Possibly Cecily "Rose of Raby" Neville Duchess York (age 19) impaled Neville Arms

3 Thomas Beaufort 1st Duke Exeter 1377 1426 Arms

4 Thomas of Brotherton 1st Earl Norfolk 1300 1338 Arms impaled Neville Arms

5 Thomas Beaufort 1st Duke Exeter 1377 1426 Arms (again?)

6 Stafford Arms impaled Neville Arms

7 Montacute and Monthermer Arms impaled Chaucer Modern Arms.

Bottom Row:

1 Beauchamp Arms quartered with Beaumont Arms; Earl Warwick reflecting the Beauchamp family having inherited the Earldom of Warwick through marriage to Isabel Maudit who was the sister of William Maudit 8th Earl Warwick who died without issue. Isabel Maudit and William Maudit 8th Earl Warwick were the children of William Maudit and Alice Beaumont. Alice Beaumont inherited the Earldom of Warwick when her half-niece Margaret Beaumont 7th Countess Warwick died.

2 Courtenay Arms impaled Beaufort Arms

3 Montacute and Monthermer Arms impaled Mohun Arms

4 Montacute and Monthermer Arms quartered Neville Arms

5 De La Pole Arms quartered Chaucer Modern Arms

6 Despencer Arms impaled Chaucer Modern Arms

7 Mohun Arms impaled Chaucer Modern Arms. John Mohun 2nd Baron Mohun of Dunster and Joan Burghesh Baroness Dunster.

After 20 May 1475. St Mary's Church, Ewelme [Map]. Monument to Alice Chaucer Duchess Suffolk (deceased). Wrist Garter. The effigy was, apparently, viewed to determine how a lady should wear the garter at the re-commencement of Lady of the Garter appointments in 1901 after a gap of several hundred years. A particularly fine Cadaver Underneath the chest on which Alice's effigy lies. Full-length in a shroud. Chest with Angels with Rounded Wings holding Shields.

Detail of the South Side of the Monument to Alice Chaucer Duchess Suffolk (deceased).

1 Roet Arms impaled Chaucer Modern Arms. Alice's paternal grandparents.

2 De La Pole Arms impaled Stafford Arms. Her third husbands parents Michael de la Pole 2nd Earl Suffolk and Katherine Stafford Countess Suffolk.

3 Montacute and Monthermer Arms impaled Francis? Possibly Alice's second husband's parents John Montagu 3rd Earl Salisbury and Maud Francis Countess of Salisbury.

4 De La Pole Arms quartered Chaucer Modern Arms.

5 Roet Arms quartered Chaucer Modern Arms.

6 Chaucer Modern Arms.

7 De La Pole Arms.

8 De La Pole Arms impaled England Henry IV Arms signifying Alice's son John's (age 32) marriage to Elizabeth of York (age 31) sister of King Edward IV of England (age 33).

Detail of the North Side of the monument to Alice Chaucer Duchess Suffolk (deceased). Arms from left to right ...

1 De La Pole Arms quartered Chaucer Modern Arms impaled Unknown.

2 De La Pole Arms impaled Chaucer Modern Arms. Her third husband William "Jackanapes" de la Pole 1st Duke of Suffolk.

3 De La Pole Arms quarted Chaucer Modern Arms. Alice's son John de la Pole 2nd Duke of Suffolk (age 32) by her second husband William "Jackanapes" de la Pole 1st Duke of Suffolk.

4 Chaucer Modern Arms.

5 Montacute and Monthermer Arms quartering impaled Chaucer. Alice's second husband Thomas Montagu 1st Count Perche 4th Earl Salisbury.

6 Roet Arms. Alice's paternal grandmother Philippa Roet.

7 England Henry IV Arms impaling Roet Arms probably signifying John of Gaunt 1st Duke Lancaster and Katherine Roet Duchess Lancaster, Katherine being the sister of Alice's paternal grandmother Philippa Roet who married Geoffrey Chaucer.

8 Roet Arms impaling Chaucer Modern Arms. Her paternal grandparents Geoffrey Chaucer and Philippa Roet.

Katherine Stafford Countess Suffolk: Around 1376 she was born to Hugh Stafford 2nd Earl Stafford and Philippa Beauchamp Countess Stafford. She a great x 3 granddaughter of King Edward "Longshanks" I of England. Before 1394 Michael de la Pole 2nd Earl Suffolk and she were married. She by marriage Countess Suffolk. She the daughter of Hugh Stafford 2nd Earl Stafford and Philippa Beauchamp Countess Stafford. He the son of Michael de la Pole 1st Earl Suffolk and Katherine Wingfield Countess Suffolk. She a great x 3 granddaughter of King Edward "Longshanks" I of England. On 08 Apr 1419 Katherine Stafford Countess Suffolk died.

Philippa Roet: Around 1346 she was born to Giles "Payne" Roet. Before 1367 Geoffrey Chaucer and she were married at St Mary de Castro Leicester, Leicestershire. Excerpta Historica Page 152. Philippa, his eldest daughter, is stated to have been the maid of honour to Philippa Queen of Edward the Third who by the name of "Philippa Pycard" obtained a grant of one hundred shillings per annum on the 20th January 1370, and married Geoffrey Chaucer, to whom, in consequence, it is supposed, of this connexion, the Duke of Lancaster granted the Castle of Dodington. Of John of Gaunt's connexion with Chaucer, however, no proof has been found; and the circumstance of the lady assigned to him for his wife being styled "Philippa Pycard," instead of Roelt, renders the assertion, that she was the sister of the Duchess of Lancaster, extremely doubtful. Around 1387 Philippa Roet died.

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Montagu Arms

Montagu Arms. Argent, three fusils conjoined in fess gules. Source.

1698. Hasting's Chapel St Helen's Church Ashby-de-la-Zouch, Leicestershire [Map]. Part of the monument to Francis Hastings 2nd Earl Huntingdon and Catherine Pole Countess Huntingdon constructed at the request of Theophilus Hastings 7th Earl Huntingdon (age 47) in 1698 to repair damage caused during the Civil War at which time the monument was moved to the side of the chapel. The inscription of the Urn reads "Theophilus, Earl of Huntingdon, as a last service, caused this chapel to be decorated, and this tomb to be restored, in glorious memory of his most illustrious forefathers whose remains are buried here. Done in faith, 1698"."

The top armorial is of Francis Hastings 2nd Earl Huntingdon.

The bottom armorial is Catherine Pole Countess Huntingdon. Hers possibly bigger, and more prominent as a consequence of her royal ancestry. Quarters, some of which are also quartered. From top to bottom, left to right, somewhat speculatively:

Top Left Quarter: Left Side: Hastings Arms, Unknown Arms, Hungerford Arms, Unknown Arms. Right Side: Unknown Arms, Unknows Arms with frogs which may be a mis-represented version of De La Pole Arms.

Top Right Quarter: York Arms, Unknown Arms, Neville Arms differenced with a label three points argent, Beauchamp Arms, Beaumont Arms.

Bottom Left Quarter: Possible St John Arms, Unknown Arms, Hungerford Arms, Montagu Arms [Note. The or (gold) colour should be argent (white)?].

Bottom Right Corner. Holland Arms, Unknown Arms, Unknown Arms, Quartered: Clare Arms and Despencer Arms.

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Monthermer Arms

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Mordaunt Arms

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Morrison Arms

Morrison Arms. Or, on a chief gules three chaplets of the first. Source.

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Mortimer Arms

Mortimer Arms. Barry or and azure, on a chief of the first two pallets between two base esquires of the second over all an inescutcheon argent. Source.

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Mosley Arms

Mosley Arms. Sable a chevron between three pickaxes argent. Source.

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Mowbray Arms

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Multon Arms

Vesta Monumenta. Over the door leading to the chapel are, or were, these arms and quarterings carved in stone of Thomas Ratcliffe earl of Sussex, with those of his lady Frances Sydney, daughter of Sir William Sydney of Penshurst in Kent, knt. the celebrated founderess of Sydney Sussex College, Cambridge, and whose time by these arms we may conclude some additions were made to this mansion:

1. A bend ingrailed. Ratcliffe earl of Sussex.

2. A fess between two chevrons. Fitzwalter Arms.

3. A lion rampant crowned, within a bordure. Burnell.

4. A saltire ingrailed. Botetourt.

5. Three lucies hauriant. Lucy Arms.

6. Three bars. Multon Arms.

7. Semee Fleurs de lis. Mortimer of Attilborough.

8. An eagle and child. Culcheth.

Over the door leading to the hall those of Frances countess of Sussex, his consort:

1. A pheon. Sydney.

2. Two bars, in chief three shields. Clunford.

3. Three chevronells; a label of 3 points. Barrington.

4. On a bend three lozenges or muscles. Mercy.

5. Quarterly an escarbuncle. Mandeville Arms.

6. A chevron between three mullets. Chetwynd.

7. Three lions rampant. Baard.

8. Barry of 8 a lion rampant crowned. Brandon Arms.

A bear chained: the crest of Dudley earl of Leicester.

A griffin chained.

A rose crowned. Henry VIII.

A pomegranate crowned. Catharine of Arragon, his queen.

These coats and devices are here engraved from drawings taken by Mr. Vertue at the same time that he made those of the house.

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Murray Arms

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Musgrave Arms

Musgrave Arms. Azure six annulets or. Source.

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Narborough Arms

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Nelson Arms

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Neville Arms

After 18 Nov 1434. St Mary's Church, Ewelme [Map]. Monument to Thomas Chaucer (deceased) and Maud Burghesh (age 55).

The Arms in two rows left to right ...

Top Row:

1 Beaufort Arms

2 York Arms. Possibly Cecily "Rose of Raby" Neville Duchess York (age 19) impaled Neville Arms

3 Thomas Beaufort 1st Duke Exeter 1377 1426 Arms

4 Thomas of Brotherton 1st Earl Norfolk 1300 1338 Arms impaled Neville Arms

5 Thomas Beaufort 1st Duke Exeter 1377 1426 Arms (again?)

6 Stafford Arms impaled Neville Arms

7 Montacute and Monthermer Arms impaled Chaucer Modern Arms.

Bottom Row:

1 Beauchamp Arms quartered with Beaumont Arms; Earl Warwick reflecting the Beauchamp family having inherited the Earldom of Warwick through marriage to Isabel Maudit who was the sister of William Maudit 8th Earl Warwick who died without issue. Isabel Maudit and William Maudit 8th Earl Warwick were the children of William Maudit and Alice Beaumont. Alice Beaumont inherited the Earldom of Warwick when her half-niece Margaret Beaumont 7th Countess Warwick died.

2 Courtenay Arms impaled Beaufort Arms

3 Montacute and Monthermer Arms impaled Mohun Arms

4 Montacute and Monthermer Arms quartered Neville Arms

5 De La Pole Arms quartered Chaucer Modern Arms

6 Despencer Arms impaled Chaucer Modern Arms

7 Mohun Arms impaled Chaucer Modern Arms. John Mohun 2nd Baron Mohun of Dunster and Joan Burghesh Baroness Dunster.

After 17 Sep 1563. Alabaster Monument to Henry Manners 2nd Earl of Rutland (deceased) and Margaret Neville Countess Rutland at St Mary the Virgin Church, Bottesford, Leicestershire [Map].

Monument an unusual Table Tomb with their effigies beneath surmounted by effigies of their children. The table may once have been raised in the same way as the one at St Lawrence's Church, Snarford [Map] to Thomas St Paul which may be by the same carver.

His arms showing quarterly: 1&4: Manners Augmented Arms.
2nd: Top Row: Ros Arms, Roet Arms, Trusbutt [or Belvoir], Bottom Row: Todeni [Albini ancient], Daubeney Arms, Badlesmere Arms.
3rd Quarterly: 1 Thomas Holland 2nd Earl Kent 1350 1397 Arms, 2 Tiptoft Arms, 3 Vaux ArmsPowys Arms aka Charlton.

Her arms. Quartered 1&4 Neville Arms, 2 Thomas Holland 2nd Earl Kent 1350 1397 Arms, 4 Neville Ancient Arms.

Detail of his Leg Garter.

Peacock in Pride ie with its feathers displayed.

Detail of their children.

Detail of the corner of the pediment on which the arms are displayed decorated with fruit and detail of one of the legs of the table.

Detail of his armour, in his right hand a prayer-book, his left hand clutching his sword.

Detail of the St George Pendant Pendant signifying his being a Knight of the Order of the Garter.

Detail of the Unicorn on which his feet rest and Lion on which her feet rest.

The Manners Peacock Crest.

Detail of the Heart locket on her necklace and his St George Pendant.

1698. Hasting's Chapel St Helen's Church Ashby-de-la-Zouch, Leicestershire [Map]. Part of the monument to Francis Hastings 2nd Earl Huntingdon and Catherine Pole Countess Huntingdon constructed at the request of Theophilus Hastings 7th Earl Huntingdon (age 47) in 1698 to repair damage caused during the Civil War at which time the monument was moved to the side of the chapel. The inscription of the Urn reads "Theophilus, Earl of Huntingdon, as a last service, caused this chapel to be decorated, and this tomb to be restored, in glorious memory of his most illustrious forefathers whose remains are buried here. Done in faith, 1698"."

The top armorial is of Francis Hastings 2nd Earl Huntingdon.

The bottom armorial is Catherine Pole Countess Huntingdon. Hers possibly bigger, and more prominent as a consequence of her royal ancestry. Quarters, some of which are also quartered. From top to bottom, left to right, somewhat speculatively:

Top Left Quarter: Left Side: Hastings Arms, Unknown Arms, Hungerford Arms, Unknown Arms. Right Side: Unknown Arms, Unknows Arms with frogs which may be a mis-represented version of De La Pole Arms.

Top Right Quarter: York Arms, Unknown Arms, Neville Arms differenced with a label three points argent, Beauchamp Arms, Beaumont Arms.

Bottom Left Quarter: Possible St John Arms, Unknown Arms, Hungerford Arms, Montagu Arms [Note. The or (gold) colour should be argent (white)?].

Bottom Right Corner. Holland Arms, Unknown Arms, Unknown Arms, Quartered: Clare Arms and Despencer Arms.

Richard Neville Earl Salisbury 1400 1460 Arms

NO IMAGE. Neville Arms with a label compony of Beaufort for difference, to signify his junior status as a son of his father's second marriage to Joan Beaufort, a legitimised daughter of John of Gaunt. Source.

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Newport Arms

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Newton Arms

Newton Arms. Sable, a skull and crossbones argent. Source

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Noel Arms

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Norbury Arms

Norbury Arms. sable, a chevron between three bull's heads cabossed argent. Source.

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Normandy Arms

Heraldry, Armorials, Hanover to Normandy, Roger Lupton Arms

Roger Lupton Arms. Argent, on a chevron between three wolf's heads and necks erased sable three lilies of the field on a chief gules between two escallops a Tau cross or. Arms granted to Roger Lupton by King Henry VII. The Tau cross was a symbol of Saint Anthony of Egypt and thus probably referred to his mastership of St Anthony's Hospital. The escallops were possibly bells, another symbol of Saint Anthony, of which two were often shown suspended from the cross member of a Tau cross. The wolves were canting references to his surname from the Latin Lupus, "a wolf", and Sable, three lilies argent, is the base part of the arms of Eton College [Map].