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Ordinary of Arms
CONTAINED IN

THE PUBLIC REGISTER OF ALL ARMS AND


BEARINGS IN SCOTLAND

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LYON KING OF ARMS

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INTRODUCTION
T would be out of place in the introduction to a work
intended entirely as a book of reference, and which will
not probably come under the eye of the general reader,
to enter into any apology, if it were needed, for the

study of Heraldry : it is too valuable an auxiliary to the


full understanding of many branches both of literature
and the fine arts to be neglected by students of either. It frequently

happens, however, that when a coat of arms is met with, either verbally
blazoned or delineated by the painter or sculptor, difficulty is experi-
enced in ascertaining to what family it belongs. The purpose of the

present work is to enable the student to overcome this difficulty, so


far as Scotland is concerned, by giving a complete list of the arms
recorded in the official Register of that country, arranged in such a
way that they can be easily identified. But before entering into any
explanation of the arrangement of the book, it may be as well to
glance at the history of the registration of the arms themselves.
Persons invested with the official rank of Heralds appear at a

comparatively early period of Scottish history. Whether or not we


are to believe the statement of Sir James Balfour, that the Lyon King
of Arms and the Heralds attended at the coronation of Robert II.

at Holyrood, on the 23rd of May 1 37 1 ,


it is certain that "Lyon
"
Herald existed very shortly after that date, as in the Exchequer Rolls
mention is made of the payment of a certain sum to such an officer in

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and on 8th April 1
38 1 a warrant was issued in London for a
" "
license to Leon Heraud of the King of Scots, authorising him to
take away a complete suit of armour which he had bought in that
1
vol.
Exchequer Rolls of Scotland, edited by George Burnett, Lyon, ii.
p. 553.
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city. The duties of Heralds in early times were multifarious :
they
had the regulation of all combats, tournaments, funeral ceremonies,
and state pageants, and were frequently the bearers of despatches from
their Royal master to neighbouring sovereigns. But not the least
important of their duties was the supervision of the armorial bearings
of the different families in the kingdom. It is doubtful whether in

early times there was any official register kept ;


but some such list was
probably drawn up by the Lyon. The earliest Scottish armorial now
in existence is that said to have been prepared by, or under the

superintendence of, David Lindsay of the Mount about 1542.


Sir It

is impossible to
say whether it took from the first an official character,
but that there must have been some such recognised record before the
close of the sixteenth century is clear from several references which are
" "
made to the Liber insigniorum or Book of Arms in the Acts of the
Scottish Parliament at that period. 2 In 1592 an Act was passed

authorising the Lyon and his Heralds to hold visitations throughout


the realm in order to distinguish the arms of the various noblemen and
"
gentlemen, and thaireftir to matriculat thame in thair buikis and
3
regesteris." unfortunate that this permission to make heraldic
It is

visitations was never largely taken advantage of: had it been, and had

the registers indicated in the Act been properly kept, it is unlikely that
the Privy Council would have within the next forty years practically
authenticated as an official record Sir David Lindsay's MS. above
referred to, which they did in the following terms :

"
This Booke and register of amies done by Sir David Lindesay of the
Month, Lyone King of Armes, reg. Ja. 5 conteines 106 leaves which register
was approvine be the Lordis of His Majesties most honorable Privie Counsale
at Halierudehous 9 December 1630.

"Sir James Balfour, Lyone.


"
Thomas Drysdaill, Llay Herauld,
"Register?

Whatever may have become of the official registers previous to the


date of the commencement of the present one, it is certain that many
collections of arms were from time to time made both by the officers of

3
Calendar of Documents relating to Scotland, edited by Joseph Bain, vol. iv. p. 67, No. 303.
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Act Scot. Pari. (Record Ed.), 1567, c. 23, II. 57 1581, III. 259; 1584, III. 346.
;

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Ibid. 1592, c. 29, III. 554.
INTRODUCTION vn

arms and others. Sir Robert Forman, Lyon (15 5 5-1 567), presented
to Queen Mary a roll containing 267 Scottish coats of arms. In
"
addition to the Workman MS." now in the Lyon Office, at least four
other armorials belonging to the sixteenth century and relating to
Scotland are in existence, and were shown at the Heraldic Exhibition

held at Edinburgh in 1
89 1, while the seventeenth-century collections
are comparatively numerous. As time went on, however, the absence
of an authentic and official Register of arms was more and more felt : in

1639 Committee
the Lyon do diligence for
on Articles appointed the to

cognoscing and matriculating all arms, and to represent the same to


the Privy Council, that they might take some course to prevent arms

being assumed irregularly. In 1662 it was apparently found that the


registration of arms was more neglected than ever, though Cromwell
had appointed one if not two Lyons during his administration of the
Government. By an Act passed in that year it was provided inter
alia that "... considering what disorders and confusions have arisen
and are dayly occasioned by the usurpation of cadents who, against all
rules, assume to themselffs the armes of the cheeff house of the familie

out of which they are descendit, and that other mean persones who
can nowayes deryve thair succession from the families whose names

they bear as they have just assumed the name doe therafter weare the
coat of that name to which they pretend without any warrand or grund

whatsumever, ... no younger brother or cadent of any familie pre-


sume to carie the armes of that familie bot with such distinctions as
"
shall be given be the Lyon King of Armes and it was likewise ;

provided that all persons were to have their arms examined and
renewed by the Lyon and inserted in his Register. This Act, how-
ever, did not remain long on the Statute Book considerable dissatis- :

faction appears 'to have been created by it, possibly from the amount
of the fees which it entitled the Lyon to exact at the funeral
solemnities of the nobility and their wives, and it was repealed in
the following year, 1663. It is not very clear whether the above-

quoted allusion to the Lyon Register can be taken as implying that at


that time there was such a record in existence, or whether it merely
means that a Register was then to be commenced. But as the present
Register was certainly commenced
within the next ten years as new,
it may
fairly be inferred that no official register of arms, with the

exception of Sir David Lindsay's MS. mentioned above as having been


viii AN ORDINARY OF SCOTTISH ARMS

approved by the Privy Council, was in existence at the period of the


Restoration. What had become of the old registers, if such there had
been, has been a matter of some speculation : both water and fire have
It is by some thought
been held to be answerable for their destruction.
that they may have formed part of that cargo of records, originally
carried off to London by Cromwell and ultimately jettisoned from the

frigate Eagle, or lost with the ship Elizabeth of Burntisland when,

owing to the representations of the Scottish Parliament, they were

being restored to their proper home. On the other hand, Arnot in


his History of Edinburgh mentions that the Lyon Office Records were

burned in a fire which took place about 1 670, and that the Act under
which the present Register was instituted was in consequence passed
shortly afterwards. As, however, there is no mention whatever made
of any such fire in that Act, which merely alludes in general terms to
the " many irregularities of these late times," it can hardly be regarded
as authentic history, and it is unnecessary to do more than allude to
the causes which have been thought likely to have induced the Scottish

Legislature to take the steps they did for the formation of an entirely
new Register. It has been shown that an attempt had already been
made in 1662 to improve the registration of arms, but it had come to
nothing. In 1672 the Parliament again addressed themselves to the
subject, and thistime with success they had the advantage of a
:

member who was himself well acquainted with Heraldry, Sir George
Mackenzie of Rosehaugh, and he not improbably took a special interest
in drawing the Act, which took its place on the Statute Book as the

Act of 1672, cap. 47. 1 It ratified generally the Act of 1592, so far as
it and the penalties to be inflicted on persons
related to visitations

assuming arms without authority, and it ordered all persons, of what-


soever degree, who were in the habit of using arms to give in a

description of such arms and of their lineage to the Lyon Clerk, in

order that they might be distinguished with "congruent differences,"


and that the Lyon might enter them in his books and registers, and might
" The Register
grant arms to vertuous and well-deserving Persones."
now instituted was to be considered as the true and unrepeatable rule

of all arms and bearings in Scotland, and was ordered to remain in the

Lyon Office as a Public Register of the Kingdom for all time coming.
All persons who used arms after the expiration of a year and a day
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Record Edition.
INTRODUCTION ix

from the passing of the Act rendered themselves liable to a fine of one
hundred pounds, and the goods on which the arms were engraved were
to be escheat to the king.
The Register constituted by the above Act still continues to be
"
the Public Register of all
Bearings Arms and
Scotland," and no in

persons of Scottish descent whose arms are not registered in it have a


right to armorial bearings unless they can prove that they represent
families whose arms are known to have been in existence previous to
1672. The importance of such a record is so evident that the follow-

ing description of its principal features may not be out of place. It

originally consisted of one large thick folio volume of 592 pages, now
bound in two for convenience in handling. It begins with the arms

of the Lyon Office, followed by the personal achievement of Sir


Charles Erskine who was Lyon at the time. Then follows a page
occupied solely with the words "Anno Domini 1678"; this date is

probably explained by the entries having been originally made on


loose leaves, and
bound together when the authorities thought a
sufficient number of arms had been given in. On the next page is the
not unskilfully done, in large German text and ornamented with
title,

scroll-work in pen and ink. Then comes another title-page more in


detail, which runs as follows :

"
The Principall Authentick and Generall Register of the Armes in Scotland

collected, visited, distinguished and authorized be the Honourable Sr. Charles


Areskine of Cambo, Knight and Baronet, Brother german to the Right Honour-
able the Earl of Kellie, late Lyon King of Armes, In the years of God 1672,
1673, 1674, 1675, 1676, and 1677, conforme to the several warrants and
extracts given under his hand and Seale of office ;
and that in pursuance of the
21 Act of the 3rd Session of the 2nd Pari, of our dread Soveraigne Lord
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Charles the Second be the grace of God King of Scotland, England, France, and
Ireland, defender of the faith, &c, and of the 125 Act of the 12 Pari, of His

Majesties Royall Grand-Father K. James 6 of ever blessed memorie ; and be


virtue of the power contained in the Patent given to him be his said sacred

Majestie, which Register be the first forecited Act is declared to be the unre-
peatable rule of all Armes and Bearings in Scotland and publick Register of
the Kingdom to remain with the Lyons Office and to be transmitted to his
successors in all time coming : to which are added the armes authorized be Sr.
Alexander Areskine of Cambo, eldest lawful sone to the said Sr. Charles and

present Lyon King of Armes after his father's decease. The several atchieve-

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i2mo ed. of Scots Acts,
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ments being blazoned at the special sight command and direction of the said

Lyons Kings of Armes be Master Robert Innes."

Mr. Robert Innes seems to have had a special fondness for title-

pages, as he gives us yet another which informs us that the first part of
the volume contains the arms of the King and the Duke of Albany and
York, the prelates, peers, barons of Scotland, " at least of
and lesser
"
such of them," he adds, " as have matriculat in conformity with the

Act,
"
the rest being only named and their coats left blank." We have
then the blazon of the arms of the King of Scotland, the Royal Badges
and Symbols of the Kingdom, the arms of the King of Great Britain,
followed by the Badges of Great Britain ;
after these the Register
proper begins with the arms of the Duke of Albany and York, followed
by all the members of the peerage as above mentioned. In too many
cases it is only the name and title which appear, a space being left to
be supplied with the blazon of the arms which were never sent in. It

is much to be regretted that the nobility of Scotland did not set an

of obedience to the law in transmitting their arms to the


example
Lyon to be duly entered. Had this been done by them, and by some
of the oldest families in Scotland who are also unrepresented in the

Register, the latter would have possessed a completeness to which it


cannot now pretend, while many interesting and important facts in the
family history of the country would have been preserved. can We
only regret that there are so many blanks in the recorded arms of the
Scottish peers. The next division of this volume of the Register
consists of the arms of the baronets, knights, and proprietors of free
baronies, arranged under the letters of the alphabet corresponding to
their names. At the end of each letter a few leaves have originally
been blank to admit of additions, and these have been filled up
left

from time to time. At page 236 another alphabet begins, the oppor-
tunity being of course taken to have another ornamental title-page.
" "
This list contains the arms of the gentlemen of Scotland, and
extends to page 454, where the Royal Burghs are given. Many of the

latter, however, merely show blanks beneath their names. Then follow
the blazons of the arms of certain incorporations, and the volume from
"
page 486 to the end is taken up with what are styled promiscuous
matriculations" — the first is dated 1765 and the last 1804 but many ;

matriculations between these dates are to be found inthe pages

originally left blank at the end of each letter as mentioned above.


INTRODUCTION xi

The volume altogether about 2702 entries, and has been


contains

fairly well kept, though


some of the later writing is not very good ;

there are a great number of erasures and not a few other minor errors.
These were carefully noted by Robert Boswell on his entry to the
office of Lyon Depute and Lyon Clerk in 1770, and he prefixes a
formidable list of them to the Register. He seems to have begun his
work with high ideals, and there is a long note stating the principles
upon which he was determined to keep the Register, and exhorting
his successors in office to adhere to the lines thus laid down. With
in discovering and
all his anxiety, however, and his undoubted success
noting all the erasures, interlineations, and blanks
which occur, he has
not unfrequently missed some obvious errors in the blazons themselves.
It may be mentioned that there are very few of the arms given in

this volume actually painted, the only exceptions being at the beginning
of each letter, when the arms relating to the first entry are painted in

the margin, and a few added in modern times, when an old patent has
been presented which had not been previously registered. The regular
emblazonment of the arms in colours did not begin till 1804, when
the second volume of the Register was commenced. In this volume
there are at first four matriculations to the page, the arms being

depicted on the margin in plain colour without metal, and destitute of


either helmet, mantling or motto scroll. In a very few years the size
of the shields and only three entries are given on a page,
is increased,
and sometimes indeed two. About 1808 an interesting and suggestive
change comes over the Register. The cloud of war loomed over
Europe, and many brave cadets of Scottish Houses found an oppor-
tunity in the Peninsula of carving out a career for themselves with
their swords. We find pages of the Register
this well reflected in the

at this period, a period when unfortunately Scottish heraldic art shared


in the lack of merit which generally prevailed. Up to 1 8 1
5 the
achievements of successful soldiers are constantly decorated with their
medals and other honours received for military prowess. Not only so,
but more pointed allusions to the wars were often introduced take, :

for instance, the case of Colonel Campbell of Fassifern, who got a grant

of arms and supporters in 18 14. After detailing his lineage, the entry

gives the following account of his blazon :—


"
on a bend ermine a Sphinx between two wreaths of
Gules three Bars or,
Laurel proper and on a chief embattled a representation of the town of Aire in
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France, all proper, in allusion to the glorious services of the said Colonel John
Cameron on the second day of March last, when after an arduous and san-

guinary conflict he succeeded in forcing a most superior body of the enemy to


abandon said town and subsequently received an address from the inhabitants

expressive of their gratitude for his strict maintenance of discipline and thereby
preserving them from plunder and destruction. Crest, Issuant from a mural
crown or an arm in armour, the hand grasping a dagger, all proper, and in an
'

escroll above this motto,


'
Pro Rege et Patria on a compartment below, on
:

Mayo,' in allusion to the signal intrepidity manifested by


'
which is this motto,

the said Colonel John Cameron on the 25 day of July 181 3 in defence of the
pass of Mayo (sic)
in the Peninsula, are placed for supporters on either side a
soldier of the 92 nd Regt. of Highlanders, the exterior hand of each supporting
a musket, the bayonet fixed, all proper."

Not content with this elaborate coat, Colonel Cameron actually applies
the very next year for an alteration on his achievement, with the effect
of making it still more bewildering. The Sphinx on the bend is now
placed between the badge of the Royal Portuguese Military Order of
"
the Tower and Sword and the gold medal presented to Colonel
"
Cameron by command of the Grand Segnior for his services in

Egypt an additional crest is granted representing


;
a Highlander waist

deep in water, with a sword in one hand and a banner with the cypher
" " "
92 on it, and above all the word Arriverete," the latter being the
name of a place where the gallant officer had forded the river Gave de
Mouline " in face of a very superior body of the enemy." From the
" "
bottom of the shield are suspended three medals, and the word Maya
appears on a scroll below. This is merely a specimen of several similar
achievements which may be found the following pages.
in

Mention has been made above of the decay of Heraldic Art : it

was certainly at a low ebb during the early part of this century. It is

even yet capable of much improvement, but a modern herald would


hardly pride himself on composing a coat like the following, which
appears in Register under date 9th July 1812
the Lyon "Argent, a :

saltire and chief azure, the last charged with a dexter hand proper,
vested with a shirt sleeve argent issuing from the sinister chief point

holding a shoulder of mutton proper to a lion passant or, all within a


"
bordure gules Another abuse which was prevalent at the period
!

now under consideration was in connection with the carrying of sup-


porters. The Lyon, or rather the Lyon Depute of the time, conceived
INTRODUCTION xiii

that he had a right to grant supporters to all and sundry who applied
for them, and accordingly either embodied them in new grants of arms
or as additions to old ones. But this did not last long, and in the

subsequent volumes of the Register the grants of supporters are rare,


and are not given without some reason or authority shown.
It is unnecessary to enter into further detail about the remaining
volumes of the Register ;
it is sufficient to mention that in the third

volume a new departure was made in the method of painting hitherto :

the achievements had been depicted in plain colour and without helmets
or mantling ;.
now they were emblazoned with metal and colour, and
the flowing folds of the lambrequin added dignity to the representation.
The only drawback to the use of metal has been that the silver is apt
to turn black, but it is believed that this has now been overcome by
the substitution of aluminium. The mantlings were invariably painted
"
gules doubled argent," and for long were of a very wooden and taste-

less character. Of late, however, they have been painted the livery
colours of the shield, and a great variety of form has been introduced,

copied from the best specimens of Gothic Heraldic Art. Altogether,


so far as artistic merit goes, the Lyon Register will compare favourably
with any modern specimens of armorial design,- and as time goes on
the increasing interest taken in Heraldry merely as a decorative art,

apart from its scientific value, may be trusted to tend in the direction

of making it still more a thing of beauty. artistic

After all, however, it must be kept in view that the Register is not
a book of pictures or ornamental design. It is to the genealogist and

the student of Heraldry that it will yield up its richest stores. To the
latter, indeed, it is full of interest. Although the Scottish School of
Heraldry has been called the simplest in the world, yet there are arms
in the following pages which reveal some rich curiosities. Not to
speak of eccentricities like the leg of mutton alluded to above, there are
examples in the Register of some rare and interesting blazonry. The
fillet which occurs in the arms of Ramsay of Barnton (p.
73) and Scot
of Craigmuie (p. 1
8) is of very rare occurrence in British Heraldry, and
it is curious to find it twice repeated within a few years in this record.
The mysterious adumbration or shadowing which occurs in some of the
Hamilton coats, is also interesting, because rare, though hardly bears
it

out the statement of some writers that it was adopted by families who,
having lost their possessions, and consequently being unable to maintain
xiv AN ORDINARY OF SCOTTISH ARMS

their dignity, chose rather to bear their hereditary arms adumbrated


than abandon them altogether. Another very uncommon practice is
" "
that of emborduring a coat, that is, surrounding it with a bordure of
the same tincture as that of the Several Scrimgeour coats are
field.

thus treated (pp. 168, 169), and another more modern one, Sligo of
Auldhame (p. 210). Emborduring was well known to the old heralds,

such as Gerard Legh, but it rare, indeed, to find


it put into practice
is

in modern Heraldry. Of
not usually employed may be
tinctures

mentioned sanguine in the arms of Clayhills of Invergowrie (p. 21)


and purpure in those of Campbell of Craigie (p. 80), and Storie (p.
167) ;
the last mentioned coat is also remarkable as affording what is

probably the only instance in British Heraldry of a single tressure


flory. The
use of armes parlantes, or canting coats, does not prevail
to any excessive extent in the Register, probably because the Scottish
names do not afford much scope for such display. The older heralds,
however, seldom lost an opportunity of having a sly joke, if possible,
when granting a new coat, witness the azure bordure charged with
" "
eight which surrounds the coat of a Dr. Donaldson, appa-
pills or,

rently practising in Paris (p. 118); or the savage head between three
combs displayed in the arms of Rochhead (p. 136), the combs being
evidently intended to be applied in the mitigation of the "rough-
"
head alluded to in the original form of the patronymic.
An interesting instance of what the older heralds call Arms of

Patronage, or Arms of Affection, occurs in the case of Mr. Deas

Thomson, Accountant-General of the Navy (afterwards knighted), who


in 1 8 10 recorded arms the third quarter of which consisted of those

of Lord Barham, "which," it is stated in the entry, "have been granted


to him the said John Deas Thomson by the special consent and appro-
bation of his Lordship, and are assumed by him as a mark of respect
and gratitude on his part for the affectionate regard shown to his
mother Katherine Deas, and distinguished patronage manifested to
himself by that illustrious nobleman." Lord Barham (as Sir Charles
Middleton) succeeded Lord Melville as First Lord of the Admiralty,
and no doubt had the opportunity of being useful to his friends and
relatives.

Such are a few of the leading features of the Lyon Register, which
1
forms one of the most important genealogical, as it is the only heraldic,
1
The Lyon Register contains the pedigrees of many families contained in the different entries
INTRODUCTION xv

record in Scotland. It now consists of twelve volumes, and the list of


arms contained in the present work (including those added at the end
as entries made while the book was printing) has been brought down

exactly to the close of the twelfth volume. It only remains now to

indicate the lines on which the work has been planned, and the way
in which it should be consulted.

The arrangement adopted by Papworth in his large and most


" "
useful Ordinary has of course suggested that adopted in the follow-
ing pages. But in a book of the dimensions of this it was thought
unnecessary to go into the minute subdivisions that Papworth found
essential. Only some, therefore, of the more largely-employed ordinaries,
such as the Bend, CJievron, Fess, Saltire, etc., and one or two charges,
such as Lion, have been subdivided ;
and a list of the sub-heads
will be found under the principal heading of the ordinary or charge.
With regard to the blazons, or, to use less technical language, the
entries containing the descriptions of the arms, they are, primarily,
arranged under the first-mentioned charge in the blazon, thus " Azure, :

"
an anchor in pale argent will be found under Anchor ; " Gules, a fess
argent," under Fess, and so on. Under each heading the various entries
included in it are arranged after the following manner, in the first place
alphabetically,according to the tincture of the field of the shield :

Argent comes first, followed by azure, ermine, gules, or, vert ; then the

entries which begin, say, with Argent, are placed as follows All the :

undated coats (not quartered) come first in the alphabetical order of


the persons to whom they belong. After 1804 every entry is dated,
and almost every entry after 1677, so as a general rule it may be
taken for granted that all entries without a date attached belong to a

period previous to the last- mentioned year. Following the undated


coats come in order of date the other unquartered arms whose blazon
begins with same tincture
the then the quartered coats on
;
the
same principle, each quarter being treated as a separate and dis-

tinct entry, except when it is repeated in the same coat. All the
of the arms. At first the entries are very short, and contain few, if any, genealogical details

beyond stating in a general way that the person to whom the entry relates was descended of a
certain family. More and more details were, however, inserted in course of time, till the infor-
mation at one period became both irrelevant and cumbersome. Of late years the particulars

given in the various entries regarding the descent of the patentee or person matriculating arms
may be relied on as correct, care being taken not to put in anything as a statement of fact which
has not been proved. In this way the Register becomes of much use genealogically, which is
important, as the Register of Pedigrees is unfortunately not taken advantage of to that extent
which it
might be.
XVI AN ORDINARY OF SCOTTISH ARMS

first quarters coming under the same tincture of field are


put together,
then the ist and 4th, the 2nd, the 2nd and 3rd, and lastly the 4th,
the counter-quarters being put immediately after the quarters of which

they are counter-quarters. In the blazon of a quartered coat the words

following the brackets in which the numbers of the quarters are con-
tained {e.g. ist and 4th quarters) always apply to the whole shield,
unless when the contrary is
specially mentioned. Thus "Argent, three
mullets gules (ist and 4th quarters), all within a bordure gules," means
that the bordure is round the whole shield "
;
while Argent, three
mullets gules, within a bordure of the last (ist and 4th quarters),"

signifies that it is only the ist and 4th quarters round which the
bordure is
placed. It may be noted that, in order to avoid con-
fusion, has been thought better to repeat the tinctures of bordures
it

and the like in the case of quartered coats when they apply to the
whole shield, instead of using the ordinary formula of " of the first,"
"
of the second," etc.

There are certain details which have been omitted from the blazons
of the arms, which are so conventional in their nature that they must
be understood to be there. For instance, swords must always be
"
considered to be hilted and pommelled or," unless where the contrary
is
expressly stated ; lions, too, are presumed to be " armed and langued
gules," unless the field or the lion itself is gules, when it is langued
azure. Three charges on a field are to be supposed to be arranged
two and one, unless otherwise indicated. Stars, except when their
rays are wavy, have generally been included under the head mullets,
and mullets pierced have been grouped as spur-revels.
As regards the names of persons occurring in this volume, it may
be stated that, as a general rule, they have been printed in the text
according to modern usage ;
in the index the modern form appears
first, followed, in brackets, by the various spellings which occur in the

Register. Cross references are also given to the different forms which
occur. This seemed to be the common -sense way of treating this
matter, as few persons would, for example, look up Aberbutknot for
Arbuthnot, or Gahn for Colquhoun. Besides, it must always be kept
in view that names were, at a period not so
long gone by, spelt more
by sound than by any fixed rule. The names of places present more
difficulty in their treatment. One may know very well what the
modern form of a personal name should be, however curiously it may
INTRODUCTION xvil

at one time have been spelt ;


but when names of lands come to be
dealt with, the difficulty of deciding what the proper spelling should
be is much increased. The best course to take seemed to be to leave
the place-names spelt as they are in the Register. No doubt readers
with local knowledge will find out some curious varieties of names with
which they are familiar, but to have attempted to give them as they

exist at present, if they exist at all, would have been certain to lead

to still more blunders.


have to express the obligations which
I I am under to Mr. J. W.
Mitchell, Rothesay Herald and Lyon Clerk, for much assistance given

while these sheets were preparing for press. I have also to thank my
son, Mr. J. W. Balfour Paul, for very useful help in the preparation of
the Index.

J. BALFOUR PAUL.
Lyon Office,
Edinburgh. June 1893.
ISBSSls
ANCHOR— ANNULETS
Anchor — continued. Annulets (3)
— continued.
Or, an anchor in pale gu. (3rd flory of the first. [The above charge
quarter). Hope Vere OF Craigie- without the bordure and tressure, but
hall (2nd matric. 18 1
5).
with the addition of a two-handed
Anchors (3). sword ppr. placed pale-ways in the
Az. three anchors one in
in pale, centre,is also the 1st and 4th quarters

chief and two accom-


in the flanks or, of the 2nd and 3rd grand quarters of
panied by as many mussels, two in the same coat.] Earl of Eglinton.
the dexter and sinister chief points, Gu. three annulets or stoned az.
and the third in base ppr. The (2nd and 3rd quarters of 1st and 4th
Honest Town of Musselburgh grand quarters) over all dividing the
;

(i77i). coats of the latter a cross wavy or,


Angel, Arch- charged with a star between four cres-
Az. the figure of the arch-angel cents az. Montgomery of Stan-
Michael, with wings expanded, tread- hope and Kinross (1844).
ing on the belly of a serpent lying annulets or stoned az.
Gu. three
with tail nowed fess-ways in base
its (2nd and 3rd quarters of 1st and 4th
the head of which he is pierc-
all arg., grand quarters), the latter within a
ing through with a spear in his dexter bordure engrailed or charged with a
hand, and grasping with his sinister double tressure flory counter -flory
an escutcheon charged with the Royal gu. Hugh Edmondstone Mont-
Arms of Scotland. Royal Burgh gomery, London (1876).
of Linlithgow. Gu. three annulets or stoned az.

Annulet. (2ndand 3rd quarters). MONT-


Gu. an annulet arg. between three GOMERY of Broomlands. William
cinquefoils erm. within a bordure in- Montgomerie.
dented of the second. Hamilton of Gu. three annulets or stoned az.,

Dalziel. within a bordure of the second charged


Gu. an annulet (or) between three with a tressure counter-flowered of the
cinquefoils erm. Hamilton of Or- third differenced with a crescent in
(2nd and 3rd quarters).
l
bistoun. the fess point
Gu. an annulet or between three Montgomerie of Coilsfield.
cinquefoils erm. (1st and 4th quarters). Gu. three annulets or stoned az.
Hamilton of Rosehall (1759). (2nd and 3rd quarters) over all a two- ;

Annulets (3). handed sword in pale ppr. Mont-


Az. three annulets or (2nd and 3rd gomerie of Skelmorlie (1731).
quarters). Lieutenant Francis Gu. three annulets or stoned az.
Ringler Thomson (1825). (3rd and 4th quarters) ;
over all a two-
Az. three annulets or (2nd and handed sword in pale ppr., all within
3rd quarters), all within a bordure gu. a bordure arg. charged with mullets
John Ringler Thomson, attorney and ravens alternately sa. Mont-
(1825). gomerie of Kirktounholme( 1
732).
Az. three annulets or stoned gu. Gu. three annulets or stoned az.
(2nd and 3rd quarters of 1st and 4th (2nd and 3rd quarters) ;
over all divid-
grand quarters), the latter charged in ing the quarters a cross wavy of the
the centre with a mullet, and within second charged with a mullet between
a bordure engrailed or. William four crescents of the first. Mont-
Henry Montgomery (i860). gomery of Stanhope (1772).
Gu. three annulets or stoned az. Gu. three annulets or stoned az.

(2nd and 3rd quarters of 1st and 4th (2nd and 3rd quarters) over
;
all divid-

grand quarters, for Eglinton), all


'.ut see copy of Patent in Fraser's Memorials
1

within a bordure of the second charged


of the Montgomeries, i. 149, where the bordure
with a double tressure flory counter- is given as surrounding the whole shield.
ANNULETS— ARM
Annulets (3)
—continued. Arm — continued.
ing the quarters a cross wavy of the hand a cross crosslet fitchee az., in

second charged with three cinquefoils base a rock gu. James M'Lan-
in fess erm. MONTGOMERY OF NEW- NACHAN, Eskbank, Midlothian (1876).
TON (1774). Arg. a dexter arm from the shoulder
Gu. three annulets or stoned az. erased and embowed ppr. holding a
(2nd and 3rd quarters of 3rd grand key in pale az. (1st quarter). PORTER
quarter), in the centre of the latter a of Troquhain (1804).
crescent or. Ramsay- Fairfax of Arg. an arm in armour holding a
Maxton, co. Roxburgh (1877). pair of balances az., and in base a
Annulets (6). sword and a Roman fasces in saltire
Az. six annulets, 3, 2, and 1, or. ppr. (1st and 4th quarters). William
MUSGRAVE OF HAYTON (1788). H0SEAS0N,Jamaica(2ndmatric. 1808).
Ark. Arg. an arm in armour holding a
Arg. an ark on the waters ppr. sur- pair of balances az., and in base a
mounted of a dove az., bearing in her sword and a Roman fasces in saltire
beak an olive branch vert. Gellie ppr., acrescent gu. between thebalances
of Blackford. (1st and 4th quarters). THOMAS
Arg. an ark on the waters ppr. sur- PIoseason, Madras (1808).
mounted of a dove az., bearing in her Arg. a dexter arm couped in fess
beak an olive branch vert, between gu., the hand holding a cross crosslet
three gillyflowers gu. Master Ed- fitchee in pale az. (2nd quarter), all

ward Jolly, minister, England. within a bordure gu. charged with two
Arg. an ark in the sea ppr., in chief Eastern crowns in fess and as many
a dove az., in her beak a branch of mullets in pale or. Sir George
olive of the second, within a bordure Maclean, K.C.B. (1856).
of the third. Primrose Gailliez of Gu. a dexter arm issuing from the
Chorleywood (1786). sinister flank fess -ways, the hand
Arm. holding a smith's hammer ppr., hafted
Arg. an arm in armour holding a arg. and over it a crown or in the ;

pair of balances az., and in base a dexter nombril point a smith's anvil of
sword and Roman fasces in saltire the second, and above the same a
between two flanches of the second. tower of Aberdeen. INCORPORATION
William Hoseason, representative of Hammermen of Aberdeen
of the family of Aywick in Zetland (1682?).
(1st matric. 1808). Gu. a dexter arm in armour fess- ways

Arg. a dexter arm and hand fess- couped ppr., garnished or, holding a
ways couped gu., grasping a cross cross crosslet fitchee of the last be-
crosslet fitchee in pale az. (2nd quarter); tween three antique crowns gold.
over all on a chief gu. a gold cross Alexander Grant, Jamaica (1810).
between the badge of the Portuguese Or, a dexter arm in armour couped
Military Order of the Tower and Sword in fess ppr., the hand also ppr. grasp-
on the dexter, and that of the Ottoman ing a cross crosslet fitchee sa. (2nd
Order of the Crescent on the sinister. quarter). Lieut. -Gen. Sir John
Col. John Maclean (1814). Macdonald, K.C.B. (18 18).
Arg. a dexter arm ppr. issuing from Or, a dexter arm in armour couped
the sinister holding a cross crosslet in fess ppr., the hand also ppr. holding
and 4th quarters), all
fitchee az. (1st a cross crosslet fitchee gu. (2nd
within a bordure erm. M'Naghton quarter), all within a bordure gu.
of Upper Cloghan, co. Antrim Lieut.-Gen. Sir John Macdonald,
(1809). G.C.B. (1849).
Arg. in chief an arm couped in fess Or, a dexter arm in armour couped
below the elbow ppr. holding in the in fess ppr., the hand also ppr. holding
ARM— AXE, BATTLE

Arm — continued. Arrows (3)


— continued.
a cross crosslet
gu. fitchee
(2nd Arg. three arrows gu., the middle
quarter), allbordure az.,
within a one pale - ways, the others saltire -
charged with two mascles in chief arg. ways, points downward, banded to-
and a boar's head erased in base gether vert, accompanied by six trefoils
or. Macdonald of St. Martin's slipped of the last, two in chief, two in

(1849)- fess, and two base (2nd and 3rd


in

Or, a dexter arm in armour couped quarters for LittlejoJin of IVoodston).


n fess ppr., the hand also ppr. holding Adam of Blairadam (1st
matric.
a cross crosslet fitchee gu. (2nd 1815).
quarter), all within a bordure gu., Arg. three arrows, points downwards,
charged with three antique crowns or. meeting in base ppr., surmounted of a
G. G. Foote Macdonald (1850). fess az. charged with a fox courant,
Or, a naked arm issuing from the also ppr. Hutchison of Carlowrie
sinister side in fess ppr. holding a cross (1870).
crosslet fitchee in pale gu. (2nd quarter Arg. three arrows, points downwards,
of 2nd and 3rd grand quarters). meeting in base ppr., surmounted of a
Lockhart of Lee (2nd matric. fess az. charged with a fox courant,
1806). also ppr., a bordure of the second.
Or, a dexter arm in armour couped James Thomas Hutchison, mer-
in fess ppr., the hand gu. holding a chant, Leith (1871).
cross crosslet fitchee in pale of the Arg. three arrows gu., the middlemost
last
(2nd quarter of 2nd and 3rd pale-ways, the other two saltire-ways,
grand quarters). Reginald Mac- points downward, banded together vert,
donald Steuart [of Staffa] between six trefoils slipped of the last,
two in chief and as many on the flanks
(1813).
Arrows (2). and base (2nd quarter for LittlejoJin).
Gu. two arrows in saltire arg. sui- Adam of Blairadam (2nd matric.
mounted of a fess chequy of the second 1882).
and between three buckles, two in
first Arg. three arrows, points downwards,
chief and one in base, within a bor- meeting in base ppr., surmounted of a
dure indented or. GEORGE M'Alla fess az. charged with a fox courant
[M'Aulay], Edinburgh. ppr., within a bordure sa. ALEXANDER
Gu. two arrows in saltire arg. sur- William Hutchison, merchant,
mounted of a fess chequy of the last Leith (1882).
and sa. between three buckles of the Arrows, Sheaf of.

second, within a bordure engrailed or. Arg. a sheaf of arrows gu. between
M'Call of Daldowie (1863). three holly branches, each consisting
Gu. two arrows in saltire arg. sur- of as many leaves ppr., banded of the
mounted by a fess chequy of the second, within a bordure of the third.
second and first (2nd and 3rd quarters Irvine of Beildside.
for M'Aulay), all within a bordure Arg. a sheaf of arrows gu. between
az. charged with eight buckles three holly branches, each consisting
or. Donaldson of Bannachra of as many leaves (ppr.), banded of the
(1766). second. Irvine of Murthil.
Arrows Arg. a sheaf of five arrows ppr.,
(3).
Arg. three arrows gu., the middle- banded az. between four roses, 2 and 2
most pale-ways, the other two saltire - gu. Macewan of Glenboig 796). (
1

ways, points downwards, banded to- Az. a sheaf of arrows between three
gether vert, accompanied by six boars' heads couped or. GORDON OF
trefoils slipped of the last, two in chief, Tetachie.
two in fess, and two in base. LiTTLE- Axe, Battle.
JOHN OF WOODSTON (i 76 I ).
Arg. a battle-axe in pale between
AXE, BATTLE— BARS

Axe, Battle — continued. —


Bars (2) continued.
two holly leaves in chief and a hunting head and neck couped ppr., in a dexter
horn in base vert, garnished gu. canton gu. a crescent or. Kibble of
Alexander Burnet, Aberdeen. Whiteford (1801).
Or, a battle-axe erect ppr. between Az. two bars wavy or, on a chief
three torteaux. Bedall Sivwright arg. a griffin issuant of the first.

OF SOUTHHOUSE AND MEGGETLAND James Soote of Reres House,


(1874). co. Forfar (1870).
Axe, Lochaber. Bars (3).
Arg. a Lochaber axe erected in pale Arg. three bars sa. AuCHlNLECK
between three boars' heads couped gu. of that Ilk.
Henry Rankine, merchant, Rochelle. Arg. three bars embattled az. over ;

Or, a Lochaber axe fess-ways sa. all in the fess point an inescutcheon
between two boars' heads couped gu. gu., within a bordure engrailed of the
Rankine of Dudhope (1872). second. Andrew Straiton, apothe-
Axe. cary, Montrose.
... A wright's axe arg., slassed Arg. three bars counter-embattled
(shafted ?)
or (4th quarter). INCOR- az. John Straton (1783).
PORATION of Wrights and Coopers Arg. three bars gu. within a bordure
of Aberdeen (1681 ?). engrailed az. Cameron of Lake-
Axes, Pole (2). field (1851).
Gu. two pole-axes in pale arg., over Arg. three bars sa. (2nd quarter).
all a fess chequy of the second and az. BOSWELL OF AUCHINLECK (1809).
TOSHACH OF MONIEVAIRD. Arg. three bars sa. within a bordure
gu. (2nd and 3rd quarters). Affleck
Balance. of Edinghame (1777).
Gu. a balance or and a sword arg. Arg. three bars gu. (2nd and 3rd
in saltire, surmounted of an escutcheon quarters of 3rd grand quarter).
of the second, charged with a lion RlDDELL OF ARDNAMURCHAN (2nd
rampant within a double tressure flory matric. 1829).
counter-flory of the first. Dean and Az. three bars arg., the upper charged
Faculty of Advocates (1856). with three crescents of the field. James
Banner. Alston Carfrae, C.E., co. Surrey
Gu. a banner displayed arg., and (1869).
thereon on a canton az. a saltire arg. Erm. three bars gu. Fothering-
as the badge of Scotland. Banner- HAM OF POWRIE.
man of Elsick. 1 Erm. three bars gu., each charged
Bar. with a buckle or. Fotheringhame
Az. a bar engrailed or between of Lawhill.
three mullets arg., on a chief of the Erm. three bars within a bordure
second three pallets gu. Dickson OF gu. Fotheringhame of Bandean.
Chatto (1869). Erm. three bars gu. (1st quarter
Az. a bar or between three mullets for Fothringham). Stewart Foth-
arg., on a chief of the second three RINGHAM OF POWRIE, co. Forfar
pallets gu. Dickson of Huntlaw (1890).
and Chatto (1837). Erm. three bars gu. (2nd quarter).
Bars (2). DlROM OF CRICHIE (1769).
Gu. two bars or. CAMERON OF Gu. three bars erm., within a bordure
LOCHIEL (1795). or. GlFFORD OF BUSTA (1721).
Arg. two bars sa., in chief an eagle's Gu. three bars embattled arg.

1
Barry of Tollerton Hall, co.
Another entry (1692) gives the badge of a
baronet of Nova Scotia as the charge on the Notts. (18 1 2).
banner. Gu. three bars or, surmounted of a
6 BARS

Ears (3) continued. Bars (3)
— continued.
bend erm., charged with a sphinx be- pretence arg. three inescutcheons gu.,
tween two wreaths of laurel ppr., on a within a bordure vert charged with
chief embattled a representation of the unicorns' heads couped and mullets
town of Aire in France. Cameron alternately arg. Hay of Haystoun.
of Fassifern (ist matric. 1814). Gu. three bars erm. (2nd and 3rd
Gu. three bars or, surmounted of quarters), en surtout an escutcheon
a bend erm., charged with a sphinx be- arg. charged with three inescutcheons
tween the badge of the Portuguese gu., all within a bordure vert charged
Order of the Tower and Sword on the with four unicorns' heads couped, with
dexter, and the Ottoman Order of the as many mullets alternately arg. Hay
Crescent on the sinister, on a chief of Smithfield (1806).
embattled a representation of the town Gu. three bars erm. (2nd and 3rd
of Aire in France, all ppr. Lieut.- quarters), all within a bordure gu. ;

Col. John Cameron of Fassifern over all on an escutcheon Hay. Hay


(2nd matric. 181 5). of Belton (ist matric. 1824).
Gu. three bars or, in base a star- Gu. three bars erm. (2nd and 3rd
fish with a heart between the lower quarters for Gifford~), on an escutcheon
rays of the last, on a chief gu. a stag's of pretence arg., a key fess-ways, wards
head cabossed of the second between downwards, between three inescut-
two spur-revels arg. HUGH Innes cheons gu. for Hay. Hay of Alders-
Cameron, Dingwall (1836). ton (1875).
Gu. three bars erm. (2nd and 3rd Or, three bars wavy gu. (Drum-
quarters of ist and 4th grand quarters), mond) Earl of Perth.
en surtout of the former on an escut- Or, three bars wavygu., each charged
cheon arg. a mullet between three with an escallop of the field. DRUM-
inescutcheons gu. Hay Newton of mond of Blair.
NEWTON(ist matric. 1773,2nd matric. Or, three bars wavy gu., a mullet
1809). surmounted of an annulet for differ-
Gu. three bars erm. (2nd and 3rd ence. Drummond of Carlowrie.
quarters of 1 st and 4th grand quarters), Or, three bars wavy gu., and in
the latter within a bordure gu. (over chief as many mullets az. Drummond
allon an escutcheon Hay). Baird- OF COLQUHALZIE.
Hay of Belton (2nd matric. 1874). Or, three bars wavy gu., surmounted
Gu. three bars erm. (2nd quarter) ; by a scimitar (cutlass) in pale arg.,
over all on a shield of pretence arg. on a canton of the first a lion's head
three inescutcheons gu. Hay OF erased within a double tressure flory
Craionethan. counter-rlory of the second. DRUM-
Gu. three bars erm. (2nd quarter). MOND OF Cromlix.
Hay of Mordington (ist matric. Or, three bars wavy gu., in the fess
176 1). point a man's heart counter-changed.
Gu. three bars erm. (2nd and 3rd quar- Drummond of Cultimalindie.
ters) over all on a shield of pretence
; Or, three bars wavy gu. within a
arg. three inescutcheons gu., a mullet bordure of the second. DRUMMOND
surmounted of a crescent for difference. OF Hawthornden.
William Hay, merchant, Edinburgh. Or, three bars wavy gu., on a can-
Gu. three bars erm. (2nd and 3rd ton arg. a fountain az. Drummond
quarters), all within a bordure arg.; over of Invermay.
all on a shield of pretence arg. three Or, three bars within a bordure all

inescutcheons gu. Hay of Linplum wavy gu. Drummond of Logie-


(
matric.
1 st ., 2nd matric. 1 84 1).
. . almond.
Gu. three bars erm. (2nd and 3rd Or, three bars wavy gu., on a can-
quarters) over all on a shield of
;
ton of the first a lion's head erased
BARS

Bars (3)
— continued. Bars (3)
— continued.
within a double tressure flory counter- spur-revel arg., within a bordure az.

flory of the second, in the middle chief John Mair, London (1784).
a crescent of the third. Drummond Or, three bars wavy gu., the centre
of Machanie. one charged with a crescent arg., all
Or, three bars wavy gu., and in chief within a bordure az. charged with three
a boar's head erased of the second. mullets of the third. Drummond
Drummond of Pitkellanie. of Strageath (1875).
Or, three bars wavy gu. within a Or, three bars wavy gu. within a
bordure of the last charged with eight bordure az. (1st and 4th quarters).
Cornish kaes ppr. Alexander Drummond of Riccarton.
Drummond, Marchmont Herald. Or, three bars wavy gu. (1st and
Or, three bars wavy gu., in chief as 4th quarters). Bassett of Tihiddy,
many mullets az. within a bordure of co.Cornwall (1780).
the second. Mr. David Drummond, Or, three bars wavy gu., within a
Minister of Monedy. bordure of the second ( 1 st and 4th quar-
Or, three bars wavy gu. ; over all a ters). Captain John Forbes Drum-
naked man naiant in pale, having in mond of Hawthornden (1823).
his dexter hand a sword and having Or, three bars wavy gu. (1st and
his sinister hand and feet in action, all 4th quarters), all within a bordure gu.
ppr. Gavin Drummond. Drummond of Cromlix (2nd matric.
Or, three bars wavy gu., in chief a 1853)-
martlet between two crescents of the Or, three bars wavy gu. (1st and
second. George Drummond, Edin- Colebrooke
4th quarters). Francis
burgh. Beresford-Drummond, Lieut. 7th
Or, three bars wavy gu., within a Dragoon Guards (1875).
bordure of the second charged with Or, three bars wavy within a bor-
eight crescents of the first. John dure gu. (1st and 4th quarters of 1st
Drummond, representer of the family and 4th grand quarters). FRANCIS
of Meedhope. Walker Drummond ofHawthorn-
Or, three bars wavy gu., each den (1828, 1829).
charged with an escallop fess-ways Or, three bars wavy gu., within a
of the field (Drummond impaling bordure of the last (1st and 4th
Po7'tcrfield). Dame Margaret Por- quarters of 1st and 4th grand
TERFIELD. quarters). Sir J. Williams Drum-
Or, three bars wavy gu. over all a ;
mond of Hawthornden (1862).
naked man naiant in pale, holding in Or, three bars within a bordure, all

his dexter hand a sword, his sinister wavy gu. (2nd quarter). Stewart
hand and feet in a swimming position, of Grandtully (1839).
within a bordure gu., charged
all ppr., Or, three bars gu., within a bordure
with three crescents arg. Lawrence wavy vert (2nd and 3rd quarters for

Drummond, second son of Belleclone Cameron). FORBES OF Brux (1767).


(1723). Or, three bars wavy gu. (4th
Or, three bars wavy gu. within a quarter of 2nd grand quarter for Drum-
bordure az., charged with eight mul- mond). Lord Elphinstone 1864). (
lets arg. Drummond of Kildees Or, three bars wavy gu. (1st and 4th
(1725). quarters of 2nd and 3rd grand quarters).
Or, three bars indented gu., the one Earl of Kinnoull (181 i).
in chief charged with a crescent and Or, three bars wavy gu., surmounted
mullet of six points arg. John Mair, of a scimitar pale-ways arg. (1st and
Aberdeen (1776). 4th quarters of 2nd and 3rd grand
Or, three bars counter-indented gu., quarters). EARL OF KlNNOULL.
on the uppermost a crescent and a [Impaled by Lyon Office, 1823.]"
BARS-BARRY

Bars (3)
— continued. Barr y— con tin tied.
Or, three bars wavy gu., surmounted sa. Sir Thomas Barrett Len-
of a scimitar pale-ways arg. ( i st and nard, Bart. (1812).

4th quarters of 2nd and 3rd grand Barry of six arg. and gu., over all
quarters), all within a bordure gu. a boar rampant az. Thomas Bor-
Edward William Auriol Hay, lands, Bailie of Portsburgh.
1
Lyon Clerk (1824). Barry wavy of six az. and or, on a
Or, three bars wavy gu., surmounted chief of the second a lion rampant
of a scimitar pale- ways arg. (1st and issuant with two tails vert. SUTTIE
4th quarters of 2nd and 3rd grand OF Adinstoune.
quarters), all within a bordure erm. Barry of six arg. and az., in chief
Robert William Hay 2 (1824). three torteaux, a label of three points
Or, three bars wavy gu., each erm. (impaled by Middlctoii). Grey,
charged with an escallop of the field Earl of Stamford (1737).
(4th quarter). Smyth of Balhary Barry of six arg. and vert, on the
(1765). first three torteaux in
pale. James
Or, three bars wavy gu., each Durno, British Consul in Prussia
charged with an escallop of the field (1781).
(4th quarter of 4th grand quarter for Barry wavy of six az. and or, on a
Smyth). KlNLOCH OF Kinloch (1873). chief of the last a lion rampant
Sa. three bars wavy or, within a naissant double-queued vert (1st and
bordure of the last. Peter Logie, 4th quarters). SUTTIE (Suittie) OF
son of Boddam (1734). BALGONE (1732).
Barrulets (2). See also Bars. Barry of six or and sa.,in chief a label
Sa. two barrulets engrailed between of six points of the last (4th quarter of
as many towers triple-towered in chief 2nd grand quarter). Riddell of
arg. and three crescents in base or. Ardnamurchan (2nd matric. 1829).
Bragge of Netherauquhask. Barry of six or and vair, on a bend
Bars Gemelles (3). engrailed sa. four escallops arg. (2nd
Arg. three bars gemelles sa. sur- and 3rd quarters for Lingard}. Rev.
mounted of a lion rampant gu., in the Roger Rowson Lingard Guthrie
middle chief point a crescent of the (1871).
second. Thomas Edward Fairfax, Barry wavy of six or and gu. (4th
barrister-at-law (1877). quarter of 3rd grand quarter).
Arg. three bars gemelles sa. sur- Riddell of Ardnamurchan (2nd
mounted of a lion rampant gu., in the matric. 1829).
middle chief point a mullet of the Barry of eight sa. and arg., over
second. Fairfax of Ravenswood, all three fusils counter-changed. Im-
co. Roxburgh (1877). BRIE OF CRUBIE.
three bars gemelles sa.
Arg. sur- Barry of eight or and gu., over all a
mounted of a lion rampant gu. (
1 st cross fleury sa. (1st quarter for Gowcr
and 4th quarters). Ramsay-Fairfax of Stittenhatn) over all on an escut-
;

of Maxton, co. Roxburgh (1877). cheon gu., ensigned by an earl's coronet,

Barry. three mullets bordure or


within a
Barry of four arg. and gu. per pale charged with a double tressure flory
counter-changed (2nd and 3rd quarters counter-flory of the field. Duke OF
for Barry), all within a bordure wavy Sutherland (1839).
Barry of eight or and gu. (3rd
1
Altered on Petition in the same year to a quarter for Poyntz). Gun Munro of
coat of four quarters, of which the above was Braemore (1800).
the fourth.
- Barry of ten arg. and gu., three
Altered on Petition in the same year to a
coat of four quarters, of which the above is the martlets sa. (4th quarter for ChawortK).
fourth. QUARLES (1767).
BATON— BEND
Baton. Bend — continued.
Az. a baton in pale arg., ensigned on three lambeaux sa., all within a bor-
the top with the unicorn of Scotland dure engrailed of the second (ist and
(ist and 4th quarters). Alexander 4th quarters). David Congalton,
COUTTS, H.M. Heritable Usher for Portioner of Dirleton.
Scotland (1758). Arg. a bend counter-embattled az.
Battle-Axe — see Axe, Battle. (ist and 4th quarters). SANDILANDS
Beagle. of Craibston.
Arg. a
beagle (or ratch hound) Arg.a bend az.( ist and 4th quarters),
between three hunting - horns sa. all within a bordure wavy az. John
Geo. Forrester, Dean of Guild, Sandilands, Rotterdam.
Dundee. Arg. a bend counter-embattled az.
Bear. (1st and 4th quarters), all within a
Arg. on a mount vert a bear sa., bordure arg. Jacob Sandilands,
collared and chained or standing in merchant, Bordeaux (1755).
front of a tree ppr. County of Ber- Arg. a bend az. ( 1 st and 4th quarters
wick (1890). of 2nd and 3rd grand quarters).
Beavers (2). Lord Torphichen. Sandilands
Vert, two beavers combatant or, the OF HlLDERSTON.
base wavy arg. and az. (2nd and 3rd Arg. a bend az. (ist and 4th quar-
quarters for
Beveridge). Beveridge ters of 2nd and 3rd grand quarters), a
Duncan of Damside (18 13). crescent for difference. Sandilands
Bell. OF COWSTOUNE.
Arg. a church bell az., tongued or Arg. a bend az. (2nd and 3rd quar-
(4th quarter). Porter of Tro- ters). Maxwell of Calderwood.
quhain (1804). Arg. a bend az. (3rd and 4th
Gu. a bell or between three cinque- quarters), all within a border em-
foils arg., all within a bordure of the battled gu. Captain Williamson
last middle chief point
charged in the Maxwell (1696).
with a rose of the field barbed vert. Arg. a bend az. (4th quarter), all
Professor William Hamilton within a bordure embattled gu. Max-
(1787). well of Cardoness (1805).
BEND. Az. a bend arg., within a bordure
(
1
)
Bend and Bend within . . .
engrailed gu. Bisset OF Glenalbert
(2) Bend, a chief . . . in chief . . .
(1757).
or on a chief . . . Az. a bend arg. BlSSET OF LES-
(3) Betid be tweeti . . . sendrum (ist matric. . .
., 3rd matric.
(4) On a Bend . . . and on a Bend 1884).
. . . within . . . Az. a bend arg. (ist and 4th
(5) On a Benda chief . . . . . . in quarters). Fenwick - BlSSET OF
chief or on a chief
. . . . . . Lessendrum (2nd matric. 1870).
(6) On a Betid between . . . Gu. a bend or, and over all a fess
(7) Parted per Bend. arg. Osborne of Peppermilne.
( 1 ) Bend and Bend within . . .
Or, a bend gu., surmounted of a
Arg. a bend engrailed gu., voided of fess chequy az. and arg. Stewart
the field. Honeyman of Gremsay of Castlemilk.
(1788). Or, a bend gu., surmounted of a fess
Arg. a bend sa. Denniston of chequy arg. and az., a crescent for
Colgrain (2nd matric. 1828). difference.STEWART OF TORRENCE.
Arg. a bend gu., over all a file of three bend gu., over all a fess
Or, a
lambeaux sa. (ist and 4th quarters). chequy az. and arg., within a bordure
Congalton of that Ilk. chequy of the same. Walter
Arg. a bend gu., over all a file of Stewart, merchant, London (1695).
10 BEND

Bend — continued. Bend — continued.


Or, a bend chequy sa. and arg. Or, a bend chequy sa. and arg. (3rd

(ist and 4th quarters), all within a quarter), in the centre of the shield
bordure gu. Monteith OF CARIB- a martlet sa. James Haldane, C.A.,
ber. Edinburgh (1878).
Or, a bend chequy sa. and arg. Or, a bend chequy sa. and arg. (3rd

(ist and 4th quarters). GEORGE quarter), in the centre of the shield
Monteith representing Carse. a crescent sa. James Alexander
Or, a bend chequy sa. and arg. Haldane, W.S. (1879).
(ist and 4th quarters), all within a Or, a bend chequy sa. and arg. (3rd
bordure gu. Menteath of CLOSE- quarter), on an escutcheon of pretence
BURN (1838). Chinnery. The Rev. J. R. A.
Quarterly, or and gu., a bend sa. Chinnery Haldane (1878), and as
(2nd and 3rd quarters). M'lVER Haldane-Chinnery (1882).
Campbell of Asknish (1881 and Or, a bend chequy arg. and sa. (4th
1884). quarter). Hadden (HALDANE) OF
Quarterly, or and gu., a bend sa. Gleneagles.
(2nd and 3rd quarters for M Iver\
l
Or, a bend chequy sa. and arg. (4th
all a bordure engrailed arg.,
within quarter for Monteith of Rusky). Hal-
charged with six crosses moline az. dane -Oswald of Auchencruive
John Campbell (retired), Captain, (1861).
2 1Madras Native Infantry (1873).
st Or, a bend chequy sa. and arg. (3rd
Or, a bend chequy sa. and arg. quarter of 4th grand quarter). Hon.
(3rd quarter of 2nd and 3rd grand Hew A. D. H. H. D. Mercer-Hen-
quarters). EARL OF CAMPERDOWN derson (1882).
(1882). Quarterly, gu. and vair, a bend or
Or, a bend chequy arg. and sa. (3rd (3rd quarter for Constable of Evering-
quarter), a crescent (gu.) in the fess hamS, in the centre of the shield a
point. Hadden (Haldane) of Lane- crescent sa. Constable -Maxwell
rick. of Terregles (1875).
Or, a bend chequy arg. and sa. (3rd Quarterly, gu. and vair, a bend or
quarter of 3rd grand quarter), the (4thquarter). CONSTABLE - MAX-
latter within a bordure gu. Duncan- well-Stuart of Traquair (1876).
Morison of Naughton (1853). (2) Bend, a chief ... in chief . . .

Or, a bend chequy sa. and arg. (3rd or on a chief . . .

quarter of 3rd grand quarter), the Or, a bend chequy sa. and arg., on a
latter within a bordure wavy arg. canton of the second a lion's head
Gordon Oswald - of Scotstoun erased of the first. MONTEITH of
1
(1865). AULDCATHIE.
Or, a bend chequy sa. and arg. (3rd Or, a bend gu. surmounted of a fess
quarter of 3rd grand quarter for chequy az. and arg., in the middle

Haldane), the latter within a bordure chief point a crescent gu. (ist and 4th
gu. Morison-Duncan of Naugh- quarters). Harrington-Stuart of
ton (1875). Torrence, co. Lanark (1879).
Or, a bend chequy sa. and arg. (3rd Or, a bend gu. surmounted of a fess
quarter). Alexander Haldane, chequy arg. and az., in chief a crescent
barrister-at-law (1878). of the last (3rd quarter). BELSCHES
Or, a bend chequy sa. and arg. (3rd WlSHART (1778).
quarter),
in the centre of the shield a Or, a bend gu., surmounted of a fess
mullet sa. DANIEL RUTHERFORD chequy az. and arg., in chief a crescent

Haldane, M.D. (1878). of the third (ist and 4th quarters of


1
The bordure is omitted in a second matricu- 3rd grand quarter). Forbes OF Pit-
lation in 1878. sligo (1865).
BEND 1 1

(3) Bend between . . . Bend — co7itimtcd.

Arg. a bend az. between two mullets Arg. a bend sa. between two owls
gu. Bigger of Woolmet. ppr. John M'Taggart, London
Arg. a bend embattled az. between (1796).
two mullets gu. William Bigger, Arg. a bend wavy between two
Edinburgh. mullets in chief az., and a fleur de lys
Arg. a bend gu. between three bunt- in base gu. Meason OF Lindertis,
ing birds ppr. Bunting of Ardoch. formerly LAING OF ROTHISHOLM
Arg. a bend engrailed between a (1808).
crescent and star of eight points in Arg. a bend engrailed sa. between
chief and a mullet in base sa. Cant a unicorn's head erased in chief gu.,
of Dryburnford. horned or, and a cross crosslet fitchee
Az. a bend between six cross cross- in base of the third. Richard
lets fitchee arg., within a bordure erm. Dennistoun (18 10).
Dr. George Cheyne. Arg. a bend sa. between a unicorn's
Arg. a bend sa. between a unicorn's head erased gu., horned or, and a cross
head erased in chief of the second crosslet fitchee of the third, on a canton
and a cross crosslet fitchee in base of the first a demi-lion az. Robert
az. Denniston of Colgrain (ist Dennistoun, Trinidad, Commandant
matric.) of the Royal Glasgow Volunteer Light
Arg. a bend engrailed between two Horse (181 1).

spur-revels in chief and a hunting-horn Arg. a bend gu. between three


in base gu., garnished sa. JOHN bunting birds, two in chief and one
GLASSFORD, collector of customs at in base ppr. Sir James Bontein
Borrowstounness. YR. OF BALGLESS (1813).
Arg. a bend wavy az. between two Arg. a bend engrailed between two
spur-revels in chief and a fleur de lys spur-revels in chief gu. and a hunting-
in base gu. John Masson, Ayr. horn in base of the last, stringed and
Arg. a bend wavy az. between two garnished sa. Lieut.-Col. Charles
spur-revels in chief and a fleur de lys Lamont Robertson Glasfurd
in base gu., within a bordure engrailed (1876).
of the second. John Mason, Por- Arg. a bend chequy sa. and erm.
tioner of Inveresk. between two lions' heads erased gu.,
Az. a bend between a buck's head on a chief az. two billets or, a crescent
couped and three cross crosslets of the first for difference. Steel OF
fitchee arg., on a chief of the second Philiphaugh (1891).
as many escallops gu. Petrie OF Arg. a bend gu. between three bun-
Portlethan. ting birds ppr. (2nd and 3rd quarters
Arg. a bend cotised sa. between for Buntine). Alexander Ewing,
two garbs gu. WHITEFORD OF merchant, Glasgow (1869).
Blaquhan. Arg. a bend gu., guttd d'eau, between
Arg. a bend engrailed accompanied two crows sa., a chief chequy or and
by two spur -revels gu. Glass ford of the third (2nd and 3rd quarters [for
of Douglaston (1769). PleydelT\ of 2nd and 3rd grand
Arg. a bend sa. between a unicorn's quarters). Bouverie Campbell of
head erased gu., horned or, and a cross Dunoon (1869).
crosslet fitchee of the third. Dennis- Az. a bend between a stag's head
ton of Colgrain (2nd matric. couped in chief arg., attired or, and
1771). three cross crosslets fitchee in base of
Arg. bend wavy between two
a the second. Garioch of Kinstair.
mullets in chief az. and a fleur de bend engrailed between three
Az. a
lys in base gu. Meason OF MORDUN boars' heads erased or. GORDON of
0795)- Dingeuch.
12 BEND

Bend —continued. Bend — continued.


a bend between three boars'
Az. Az. a bend between six 1 cross cross-
heads erased or, within a bordure of lets fitchee or (1st and 4th quarters
the last. Gordon of Shermis. for Mar). Erskine of Balgownie.
Az. a bend between three boars' Az. a bend engrailed arg. between
heads couped or, armed and lan- three fraises of the last (1st and 4th
gued arg., within a bordure of the quarters). Fraser OF Farraline
second. Gordon of Troquhane. (1776).
Az. a bend or between a lion ram- Az. a bend engrailed arg. between
pant in chief and a hunting-horn in three fraises of the last, in the dexter
base, all arg., garnished gu. Smollet chief a canton gyronny of eight or and
of Stenniflet. sa. (1stand 4th quarters). WILLIAM
Az. a bend between a fox courant in Fraser, H.E.I.C.S. (1776).
chief and two mullets in base arg. Az. a bend engrailed between three
Thomas Wyllie, merchant in Edin- fraises arg., in the dexter chief a
burgh. canton gyronny of eight or and sa.
Az. a bend or between a lion rampant (1st and 4th quarters). Fraser of
holding in his forepaws a banner dis- Leadclune (1807).
played in chief and a hunting-horn Az. a bend between six cross cross-
in base arg. Smollett of Bonhill lets fitchee or (1st and 4th quarters).
(1734). Earl of Mar (1st matric. . .
.,
2nd
Az. a bend engrailed between six do. 1866).
fishes counter-naiant arg. Cowper Az. a bend between six cross cross-
of Balleny (1737). lets fitchee or (2nd and 3rd quarters
Az. a bend or between a lion ram- of 1st and 4th grand quarters), the
pant in chief and a buckle arg. in base. latter within a bordure or charged with
William Smellie, surgeon, London the Royal Tressure. Earl of
(1744). March.
Az. a bend between two boars' heads Az.a bend between six cross crosslets
erased in chief, and another in base or, fitchee or (2nd quarter). County
within a bordure of the last charged of Aberdeen (1890).
with four crescents of the first. Mrs. Az. a bend between six cross cross-
Frances E. V. Evans Gordon (1846). lets fitchde or (1st and 4th quarters
Az. a bend erm. between a crescent of 2nd grand quarter for Mar). Lord
in chief and three mullets in base or. Cardross.
Robert StodartWyld,W.S.(i866). Az. a bend between six cross cross-
Az. a bend wavy arg. between three lets fitchee or within a bordure en-
boars' heads erased or. James Gil- grailed gu. (2nd and 3rd quarters for
lespie Gordon, New Zealand ( 874). 1
Mar). Earl of Queensberry.
Az. on a bend between a boar's Az. a bend between 6ix cross cross-
head erased in chief and a mullet in lets fitchee or (2nd and 3rd
base or, a fox courant ppr. JOHN quarters), all within a bordure en-
Wylie, merchant, Glasgow (1875). grailed gu., charged with eight
Az. a bend between six cross cross- besants. Douglas of Kellhead.'2
lets or (1st quarter). ERSKINE OF Az. a bend or between three stags'
Tinwall (1737). heads erased arg., "with attirings of
Az. a bend between six crosses gold," and as many cross crosslets
patee fitchee arg. (
1 st and 4th fitchee of the second (2nd and 3rd
quarters). CHIENE OF ESSLEMONT. quarters). Johnston of Caskieben
Pin. a bend between six cross cross- (1695).
lets fitchee or (1st and 4th quarters), 1
Two in Register.
all within a bordure quartered or and 2
These arms were matriculated 1772
vert. Erskine of Alva. without the bordure,
I'.KND 13

Bend — continued. Bend — continued.


Az. a bend between six cross cross- Az. a bend between six cross cross-
lets fitchee or (2nd and 3rd quarters), lets fitchee or (2nd and 3rd
quarters
in the fess point a crescent chequy, of 2nd and 3rd grand quarters).
all within a bordurc compony gu. and William Henry Montgomery
arg. Lieut.-Col. James Douglas, (i860).
Scots Foot Guards (1696). Az. a bend between six cross cross-
Az. a bend between six cross cross- or (2nd and 3rd quarters of
lets fitchee

lets fitchee or (2nd and 3rd 2nd and 3rd counter-quarters of 3rd
quarters). John Stuart, King of grand quarter for Erskine) Earl of
France's Body Guard (1776) Buc/ian). BURTON- MACKENZIE OF
Az. a bend between six cross cross- Kilcoy, co. Ross (1887).
lets fitchee or and 3rd
(2nd Az. a bend between three pelicans
quarters), all withina bordure en- in their nestsfeeding their young arg.
grailed or, charged with a double (3rd quarter). Robt. BOSWELL, Lyon
tressure flory counter-flory gu. Ed- Depute (1773)-
ward Bullock Douglas (181 i). Az. a bend between six cross cross-
Az. abend between six cross cross- lets fitche'e or (3rd quarter for Afar).
lets fitche'e or ( st and 4th quarters
1 Earl of Kellie (1866).
of 2nd and 3rd grand quarters), Az. a bend engrailed between three
all within a bordure or. WILLIAM cinquefoils arg. (1st and 4th quarters
Erskine, second son of David, Lord of 3rd grand quarter), all within a
Cardross. bordure erm. Tytler of Wood-
bend between six cross cross-
Az. a HOUSELEE (1824).
lets fitchee or (1st and 4th quarters of Az. a bend engrailed between three
2nd and 3rd grand quarters), all fraises arg. (1st and 4th
quarters of
within a bordure triparted at the 3rd grand quarter), the latter within a
dexter and sinister chief angles, and bordure arg. Fraser- Tytler of
the middle base point or, arg. and gu. Balnain (1864).
Charles Erskine, fourth son of Erm. a bend between two cocks gu.
David, Lord Cardross. Law of Burntoune.
Az. a bend between six cross cross- Erm. a bend between two cocks gu.,
lets fitchee or (1st and 4th quarters of within a bordure engrailed of the last.
2nd and 3rd grand quarters), all Law of Cameron.
within a bordure parted per pale, or Erm. a bend between two cocks,
and arg. JOHN ERSKINE, third son within a bordure gu.Law of Easter
of David, Lord Cardross (1677). Kenevie.
Az. a bend between two cross cross- Erin, a bend raguly between two
or ( 1 st and 4th quarters of
lets fitchee cocks gu. Law of Newton.
2nd and 3rd grand quarters), the latter Erm. a bend between a cock in
within a bordure sa. CUNNINGHAM chief and two mullets in base
gu.
of Balgownie (177 1). Robert Law, Anstruther.
Az. a bend between six cross cross- Erm. a bend engrailed between two
lets fitchee or ( 1st and 4th quarters of cocks gu. Alex. Law of . . .

2nd and 3rd grand quarters), all Erm. a bend between two cocks gu.,
within a bordure engrailed, parted per within a bordure invected of the last.
pale or and arg. Erskine of LiN- Law of Laurieston (1760).
LATHEN (1870). Or, a bend az. between two crescents
bend between six cross cross-
Az. a of the field, within a bordure
engrailed
lets fitchee or (2nd and 3rd quarters and quartered gu. and arg. Scott
of 2nd and 3rd quarters of 3rd grand of Balmouth.
quarter). Mackenzie OF KlLCOY Or, a bend chequy sa. and arg.
(1837). between three buckles az. (1st and
14 BEND

Bend —continued. (4) On a Bend . . . and on a Bend


4th quarters). Dalziel of Binns within . . .

(2nd matric. i
772). Arg. on a bend engrailed sa. a
Or, a bend wavy az. between a lion waggon of the first. Binning of
passant in chief and another counter- Carlowriehaugh.
passant base gu. (ist and 4th
in Arg. on a bend engrailed sa. a

quarters) over all on an escutcheon of


; waggon or, within a bordure of the
pretence Lake. John Austin Lake- second. Binning of Walliford.
Gloag, Edinburgh (1866). Arg. on a bend embattled az. three
Gu. a bend between six cross cross- buckles or. George Leslie, Aber-
lets fitchee arg. (ist and 4th quarters deen.
[for Howard]
of 3rd grand quarter). Arg. on a bend az. three acorns or,
William Alexander Lindsay of a crescent for difference. Muirhead
Deerpark, Devon (1871). OF Bredisholme (1st matric.)
Sa. a bend between six cross crosslets Arg. on a bend az. three acorns in
fitchee arg. Lake, on an escutcheon the seed or, 2 and 1. Ralston of
of pretence over Lake-Gloag (1866). that Ilk.
Sa. a bend chequy az. (? arg.) and Arg. on a bend az. three escallops
sru., between six billets of the second. or. Alexander Rind, Amsterdam.
John Callender, Kincardine. Arg. on a bend az. ("or rather sa.")
Sa. a bend chequy or and gu., three buckles or. 1 Stirling of
between six billets of the second (ist Keir.
and 4th quarters). Callander of Arg. on a bend counter-embattled
Craigforth (ist matric. 1764). az. three mullets or. Thores OF
Sa. a bend chequy or and gu., be- Gairnieston.
tween six billets of the second (ist Arg. on a bend sa. three buckles of
quarter). CALLANDER OF CRAIG- the field. Stirling of Dru.mpelier
forth (2nd matric. 1875). (1818).
Sa. a bend between six billets or Arg. on a bend sa. three buckles of
(2nd and 3rd quarters for Callander) ;
the first, within a bordure of the
over all on an escutcheon of pretence second. James Stirling, merchant,
az. an oak tree or, within a bordure Glasgow (1870).
arg. charged with eight gillyflowers Arg. on a bend sa. three boars' heads
gu. Earl of Linlithgow. couped or. Fraser Turing -
of
Sa. a bend between six billets or Foveran (1882).
(2nd and 3rd quarters), all within a Arg. on a bend sa. three fusils of
bordure quartered or and gu. LIVING- the first. Mrs. Esther Glassborow,
STON of Westquarter (1673). widow of the late Wm. Henderson
Sa. a bend between six billets or of Williamfield (1885).
(2nd and 3rd quarters), all within a Arg. on a bend az. three buckles or
bordure quartered or and gu. Fenton- (ist and 4th quarters for Leslie); over
LlVINGSTONE OF WEST OUARTER all on an inescutcheon gu. a castle
(1854). arg. Lord Lindores.
Sa. a bend between six billets or Arg. on a bend az. three buckles ot
(3rd and 4th quarters for Callander). (1st and 4th quarters for Leslie).
Earl of Callander. Earl of Rothes.
Sa. a bend between six billets or Arg. on a bend az. three buckles or

(2nd and 3rd quarters of 3rd grand (ist and 4th quarters), all within a
quarter), the lattercharged with a 1
Note in Lyon Register. be ob-— It is to
crescent gu., and within a bordure served that in the old books this bend is found
for the most part engrailed and not
plane, and
compony gu. and arg. CALLANDER when plane it is mostly sable, for if it be borne
of Craigforth (2nd matric.
plane and azure it is the same with the armes of
1875). Lesly.
BEND 15

Bend — continued. Bend — continued.


bordure parted per pale chequy and Az. on a bend or three trefoils vert.
counter-compony gu. and or. Leslie Hervey of Broadley.
OF BURDSBANK. Gu. on a bend or a baton az., within

Arg. on a bend az. three buckles or a bordure of the second charged with

(1st and 4th quarters), all within a


six garbs of the third. Elliot OF
" now of Swinsyde"
bordure chequy gu. and or. LESLIE Binks, (1697).
OF FlNDRASSIE. Az. on a bend or three pelicans

Arg. on a bend az. three buckles or ppr., all within a bordure embattled of
(1st and 4th quarters). Leslie of the second. Captain Crammond
Powis. (1704).
Arg. on a bend az. three buckles or on a bend arg. three trefoils
Az.

(1st and 4th quarters), all within a slipped vert. Sir George Harvey,
bordure indented and parted per pale P., R.S.A. (1 87 1).
of the second and first. Leslie of Az. on a bend arg. three roses gu.
Torrie. (2nd and 3rd quarters for Balcomie).

Arg. on a bend az. three buckles or LEARMONTH OF BALCOMIE.


(1st and 4th quarters of 1st and 4th
on a bend cotised arg. three
Az.

grand quarters ),
1
all within a bordure quarter for Haggerston
billets sa. (4th

chequy az. and arg. Leslie OF of Haggerston), in the centre of the


Denlugas (1814). shield a crescent sa. Constable
Arg. on a bend az. three acorns or, Maxwell of Terregles (1875).
a crescent in chief of the second (1st Erm. on a bend az. a magnetic
and 4th quarters). Muirhead of needle pointing to a polar star or ( 1 st
Bredisholm (2nd matric. 1842). and 4th quarters for Petty) on an ;

Arg. on a bend sa. three escallops escutcheon of pretence Nairne, etc.,


or (2nd and 3rd quarters for Dish- quarterly. Marchioness of Lans-
ington). Hamilton of Kilbrack- DOWNE AND BARONESS NAIRNE
month. (1878).
Arg. on a bend az. three buckles or Erm. on a bend sa. two arms
(3rd quarter of 2nd and 3rd grand issuing out of clouds rending the
quarters). Lieut.-Col. W. Stewart shoe of a horse, all ppr. (2nd and 3rd
Balfour (1837). quarters). Borlace Warren of
on a bend az. three stags'
Arg. Little Marlow
(1780).
heads cabossed or (1st quarter of 3rd Gu. on a bend engrailed or a baton
grand quarter for Stanley). Duke OF az., within a bordure of the second
Athole (1865). surmounted of another of the third,
Arg. on a bend az. three buckles or the last charged with four crescents
(4th quarter of coat of 6 quarters). and as many mullets arg. and of the
Richardson of Pitfour (1826). second alternately. Eliot of Borth-
Arg. on a bend az. three stags' WICKBRAE (1767).
heads cabossed or (4th quarter, for Gu. on a bend engrailed or a flute
Derby, of coat of 8 quarters impaled az., within a bordure engrailed of the

by Macgregor). Captain Evan John second charged with eight mullets of


Murray Macgregor (1809). the third. Mr.Adam Eliot, third
Arg. on a bend az. three buckles or son of Bedrule.
(4th quarter of coat of 6 quarters). Gu. on a bend engrailed or a baton
Major J. Alston Stewart
(1830). az. Elliot of Stobs (1st matric.
Az. on a bend arg. three mullets 1666).
gu. Bisset, Aberdeen. {
Gu. on a bend indented or a flute

1
Altered to 1st and 4th quarters, all within a
of the first. Eliot of Erkletoun
bordure az. with the Gron arms on an escutcheon (1676).
en surtout. See note in Register without date. Gu. on a bend engrailed or a baton
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az., within a bordure verry. Sir Or, on a bend az. a mullet between
Gilbert Elliot (1693). two crescents of the field, within a
Gu. on a bend engrailed or a baton bordure engrailed gu., charged with
az.,within a bordure of the second eight besants. James Scott, Sheriff-
charged with eight mullets of the third. Clerk of Edinburgh.
Elliot of Peebles (1779). Or, on a bend az. a mullet between
Gu. on a bend arg. a saltire couped two crescents of the first, within a
between two crescents sa. Wason bordure of the second. Scott of
OF Blair, Girvan, co. Ayr (1886). BURNHEAD (1758).
Or, on a bend az. a mullet between Or, on a bend az. a mullet pierced
two crescents of the first. Anna, between two crescents of the field,
Duchess of Buccleuch. within a bordure engrailed sa., charged
Or, on a bend az. an annulet of the with four escallops of the
first. Scott
first between two pheons issuing out of of Trabroun (1765).
the same ppr. Walter Comrie, D.D. Or, on a bend az. a mullet between
Or, on a bend wavy az. three two crescents of the field, in chief a
lozenges of the first. Haliburton of crescent gu., all within a bordure en-
Eaglescairnie. grailed of the last. Scott of Bal-
Or, on a bend, the upper side wavy COMIE (1773).
and the nether engrailed az., three Or, on a bend az. a buckle between
lozenges of the first. William Haly- two mascles of the first. Haliburton
burton. OF MUIRHOUSLAW (1825).
Or, on a bend az. a mullet of six Or, on a bend engoulee of two
points between two crescents arg., dragons' heads vert a galley, oars in
and in base a bow and arrow of the action, of the first. Alexander
second. Scott of Hassinden. Anderson, New South Wales (1863).
Or, on a bend az. a mullet between Or, on a bend az. a mullet between
two crescents of the field, all within a two crescents of the field, within a
bordure compony gu. and arg. Scott bordure compony of the second and
of Gorrenberrie. first, charged in the middle chief with

Or, on a bend az. a mullet between a crescent counter- changed. SCOTT


two crescents of the field, within a OF Ho\vcleuch, co. Selkirk (1876).
bordure engrailed gu., a martlet for Or, on a bend sa. three escallops of
difference. Scott of Lethim. the first. The Rev. Henry John
Or, on a bend az. a mullet of six Graham, Vicar of Ashampstead
points between two crescents of the (1878).
field, in base an arrow bend-ways ppr., Or, on a bend az. a mullet between
feathered, headed, and barbed arg. two crescents of the field, within a
Scott of Malleny. bordure engrailed gu., a crescent for
Or, on a bend az. a mullet between difference (1st and 4th quarters).
two crescents of the field, within a George Scott, Steward of Orkney.
bordure engrailed gu., a mullet for Or, on a bend az. a mullet between
difference. Scott OF Pitlochie. two crescents of the first, within a
Or, on a bend az. a mullet between bordure compony of the second and
two crescents of the field, within a first
(1st and 4th quarters).
Mac-
bordure engrailed gu. Scot of millan- Scott of Wauchope, co.
SCOTSTARVIT. Roxburgh (1S76).
Or, on a bend az. a mullet between Or, on a bend az. a spur revel
-

two crescents of the field, all within a between two crescents of the first,
bordure parted per pale gu. and az., within a double tressure flory counter-
the dexter side engrailed, the sinister flory of the second (2nd quarter).
indented. SCOTT OF VODNIE. Lord Napier (1810).
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Or, on a bend az. a mullet arg. imperial crown placed in the dexter
between two crescents of the first, chief point ppr., all within a double
within a bordure of the second charged tressure flory counter-flory of thistles
with two crescents in chief and a vert. Stirling of Gloeat.
mullet in base as the former (2nd and Arg. on a bend az. three acorns or,
3rd quarters). Scott Chisholm of in chief a heart ppr. within a fetterlock
Stirches (1853). sa. MOREHEAD OF HERBERTSHIRE
Quarterly, or and gu., a bend en- (1788).
grailed sa. charged with three cross Arg. on a bend sa. three buckles or,
(1st and 4th
crosslets fitchee arg. in the sinister chief a crescent of the

quarters), all within a bordure arg., second. STIRLING OF KlPPENDAVIF


charged with three cushions gu. (1883).
IVERACH OF WlDEFORD (1S67). Az. on a bend between a buck's
Sa. a bend or three martlets
on head couped and three cross crosslets
("or Kinnerrie birdes ") vert. KlN- fitchee arg. a mullet gu., within a bor-
NEAR OF THAT ILK. dure or, on a chief of the second three
Sa. on a bend or three martlets escallops of the third. ELIZABETH
vert, within a bordure of the second Petrie, wife of Bennis (sic) Berry,
(1st and 4th quarters). GEORGE London (1800).
Kinnear, merchant, Edinburgh Erm. on a bend az. an escutcheon

(1818). or charged with a holly bush, sur-


Sa. on a bend or three martlets mounted by a crook and hunting-horn
vert, within a bordure of the second saltire-ways ppr., on a chief gu. the
(1st and 4th quarters). BALFOUR- white horse of Hanover between two
Kinnear OF Birstane, co. Orkney eastern crowns or. James Burnes,
(1S88). K.H. (2nd matric. 1S51).
(5) On a Bend ... a chief ... on a Gu. on a bend or two cinquefoils az.,
chief ... or in chief . . . in the sinister canton a crescent sur-
Arg. on a bend sa. three mascles of mounted of a cross crosslet fitchee of
the first, a chief of the second charged the first. 1 Pittenweem.
John Cook,
with as many spur-revels or. Brand Gu. on a bend arg. three crescents
of Baberton. az., in the sinister chief point a spur-
Arg. on a bend az. surmounted of a revel of the second. Napier of
hunting-horn sa. three buckles or on ;
Kilmahewgh.
a chief party per pale in tierce of the Gu. on a bend invected or a flute
first and second, in the middle three in chief a lion passant guardant
az.,
bells of the fourth, in the dexter and crowned ppr. Elliot
arg., imperially
sinister a saltire engrailed of the third OF WOOLLIE (WOLFLEE) (1780).
between four mullets gu. Robert Gu. on a bend or a flute of the first,
Luke of Greenfield. in the sinister chief point a mortar
Arg. on a bend engrailed az. three ppr. Elliot of Lariston (1793).
buckles or, in chief a lion's head erased Gu. on a bend engrailed or a baton
gu. Stirling of Bankell. az.,on a chief of the last a castle
Arg. on a bend engrailed az. three winged with turrets between two pillars
buckles or, in chief on an oaken branch arg.,masoned sa., the gate charged
slipped vert a raven ppr. Stirling with a key of the second, and below
of Law.
Arg. a bend engrailed az. charged 1
From
the representation of the arms given
with three buckles or on a chief gu.
;
in the Patent, in possession of John
original
a naked arm Cook, Esq., Aberdeen, the correct blazon should
issuing out of a cloud
from the sinister side
run thus :

" On a sinister canton
argent a cross
grasping a sword crosslet fitchee issuing out of a crescent of the
in pale, and guarding therewith an first."

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the same the word "Gibraltar." field, and in the sinister chief point a
Eliott of Stobs and Wells (1859). rose gu. stalked and barbed vert, all
Gu. on a bend or two cinquefoils within a bordure sa. Scott of Sin-
az., on a canton arg. a cross
sinister ton (1723 ?).

crosslet fitchee issuing out of a crescent Or, on a bend az. a mullet between
of the first, all within a bordure of the two crescents of the first, in the
second. JOHN COOK, W.S. (1876). sinister chief point a sword in pale ppr.

Or, on a bend az. three mascles . . . Captain Robert Scott of Hors-


in the sinister chief point a buckle of lehill (1 735)-
the first. HALYBURTON OF NEW- Or, on a bend engrailed gu. three
MAINS. escallops arg., in chief an oak tree
Or, on a bend az. a mullet between growing out of a mount, and in base a
two crescents of the field, in chief a stag tripping ppr. ARCHIBALD HlN-
rose gu., all within a bordure sa. SHELWOOD, Halifax (1765).
charged with six escallops arg. SCOT Or, on a bend engrailed gu. an
of Galashiels (1st matric). estoile between two crescents of the
Or, on a bend az. a mullet between field, in the sinister chief a dove hold-
two crescents of the field, in the ing in its beak an olive branch ppr.
sinister chief point a rose gu., stalked Helenus Scott, H.E.I.C.S. (181 1).
and barbed ppr. Scot OF Harden. Or, on a gu. a ram passant
bend
Or, on a bend az. a mullet of six arg., on a canton erm. a demi-savage
points between two crescents of the ppr., holding in his dexter hand a club
field, in the sinister chief point a rose vert and the sinister supporting a chain
gu., and barbed ppr., sur-
stalked affixed to a girdle round his loins az.
mounted of a crescent arg. SCOT OF Samuel Matthew Clogstoun,
HAYC HESTER. London 1813). (

Or, on a bend az. a mullet of six Or, on a bend engrailed az. a mullet
points between two crescents of the between two crescents of the field, in
first, in the sinister chief point a rose the sinister chief a dove holding in its

gu., stalked and barbed ppr., sur- beak an branch ppr.


olive Robert
mounted of a martlet arg. Scot of Scott, New South Wales (1838).
Thirlestane. Or, on a bend az. a mullet between
Or, on a bend az. a mullet between two crescents of the first, on a chief
two crescents of the field, in chief a gu. a stag tripping also of the first

broken lance gu., a crescent for differ- between two boars' heads couped
ence. Scot of Toderick. arg. ROBSON SCOTT OF ASHTREES
Or, on a bend az. a mullet of six (1859).
points between two crescents of the Or, on a bend az. a mullet between
first, in the sinister chief point a rose two crescents of the first, within a
gu., stalked and barbed ppr., sur- bordure of the third, on a chief gu. a
mounted of an annulet (arg.) Scot stag tripping also of the first between
of Wall. two boars' heads couped arg. Rob-
Or, on a bend az. a mullet between son Scott of Newton (1859).
two crescents of the field, in chief a Or, on a bend az. between two
broken lance gu. Scot OF Whyt- griffins' heads erased of the second a
SLAID. mullet between as many crescents of
Or, on a bend engrailed azure three the on a chief arg. supported by
first,
buckles of the first, in chief a colum- a fillet erm. a chevron gu. between
bine slipped ppr. John Stirling, three trefoils slipped vert. SCOT OF
merchant, Dundee. Craigmuie (1862).
Or, on a bend az. a mullet of six Or, on a bend az. a mullet between
points between tw crescents of the two crescents of the field, in chief a
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rose gu., barbed (1st and 4th
vert heads erased az. a man's heart
quarters). Scott of Galashiels (ppr.) within a fetterlock or. LOCK-
(2nd matric. 1793). HART OF BlRKHILL.
Or, on abend sa. three mascles arg., Arg. on a bend between a martlet
a chief (az.) charged with as many in chief az. and a hunting-horn in base
mullets of the third (2nd and 3rd sa. stringed of the second, two cres-
quarters for Brand) over all an es-
;
cents of the first. JAMES 1'ILMURF,
cutcheon gyronny of eight erm. and portioner of Cupar Angus.
gu., within a bordure engrailed of the Arg. on a bend az. between two
last for Campbell of Lundy. Sir roses gu. a thistle slipped and two
Thomas Brand (1721). fleurs de lys or. James Rome, third
Or, on a bend az. three mascles of son of Clouden.
the first, in the sinister chief point a Arg. on a bend engrailed az. be-
buckle of the second (2nd and 3rd tween a rose in chief and a boar's
quarters for Haliburtoii). SCOTT OF head cabossed in base gu. three buckles
ABBOTSFORD (1st matric. 1820, 2nd or. Stirling of Craigbarnet.
do. 1 82 2). Arg. on a bend engrailed az. be-
Or, on a bend az. a mullet of six points tween two roses gu., three buckles or.
between two crescents of the field, and Stirling of Herbertshire.
in the sinister chief point a rose gu. Arg. on a bend engrailed az. be-
stalked and barbed ppr. surmounted tween a rose in chief gu. and a trepan
of a martlet arg. (2nd and 3rd in base ppr. three buckles or. GEORGE
quarters). SCOTT Kerr OF Chatto Stirling, surgeon in Edinburgh.
(1837). Arg. on a bend cotised sa. between
Or, on a bend az. three mascles of two garbs gu. three crosses pate"e
the first, in the sinister chief point a of the first. Col. Walter Whyt-
buckle of the second (2nd and 3rd foord.
quarters). LOCKHART SCOTT OF Arg. on a bend sa. between two boars'
Abbotsford (1848). heads erased gu. a buckle between
Or, on a bend az. three mascles of two mascles of the field. SPENS OF
the first, in the sinister chief point a Lathallan (1st matric. 1764).
buckle of the second (2nd and 3rd Arg. on a bend sa. between two
quarters). Mrs. Hope Scott of boars' heads erased gu. a buckle
Abbotsford (1853). charged with a crescent of the third
(6) On a Bend between . . . between two mascles of the first.
Arg. on a bend between two mullets Nathaniel Spens (
1 st matric. 1764).
az. three crescents of the first. Arg. on a bend engrailed az. be-
Archibald of Blackhall. tween two triple-leaved slips of oak
Arg. on a bend between two mullets ppr. a mullet between two crescents
az. three crescents of the first, within or, all within a bordure embattled gu.
a bordure engrailed of the second. Captain George Scott (1776).
William Archibald, governor to Arg. on a bend engrailed az. three
Mr. William Tolmash, son to the buckles or between a moors head
Duchess of Lauderdale. couped in chief ppr., banded of the

Arg. on a bend between two goats' third, and in base a garb of the
heads erased az. a crescent between second. Stirling of Mansfield
two cinquefoils of the first. Herbert- (1st matric. 1788, 2nd matric. 1792).
SON OF BRACHNIE. Arg. on a bend engrailed az. be-
Arg. on a bend az. between three tween two roses gu., seeded or and
oaken slips vert, acorned ppr., as many barbed vert, three buckles of the
buckles Leslie OF Oustens.
or. fourth, all within a bordure of the
Arg. on a bend between three boars' fifth. Stirling of Faskine (1798).
20 BEND

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Arg. on a bend engrailed [between Az. on a bend between three boars'
two lions rampant gu. three crescents heads erased or a crescent arg., within
of the field, within a bordure chequy a bordure of the last. M'Haffie-
of the first and az. COOPER OF FAIL- Gordon of Corsmalzie, co. Wigtown
FORD (ist matric. 1805). (1886).
Arg. on a bend between two
az. Az. on a bend engrailed arg.
galleys, oars in flags and
action, sa., between three fraises of the last as
pinnets flying barry of the third and many water-bougets sa. (ist and 4th
or, three acorns of the
last. James quarters). \V. M. Fraser, M.D.
Patrick Muirhead, advocate ( 1 843). (1798).
Arg. on a bend engrailed between Az. on a bend engrailed arg.
two lions rampant gu. three crescents between three fraises of the last as
of the field, all within a bordure many water - bougets sa. ( st and 1

chequy of the first and az. (ist 4th quarters) in the centre of the
;

quarter). COOPER OF FAILFORD shield a crescent erminois. Major


(3rd matric. 1852). Charles Fraser, H.E.I.C.S. (1803).
Arg. on a bend engrailed az. be- Az. on a bend engrailed between
tween two roses gu. three buckles or three fraises arg. as many water-
(ist and 4th quarters). GRAHAM bougets sa. (ist and 4th quarters);
Stirling of Duchray (1798). in the centre a mullet sa. HUGH
Arg. on a bend engrailed between Fraser, Secy, to H.M. Embassy at
two lions rampant gu. three crescents Rome (1884).
of the field, within a bordure chequy Gu. on a bend between a cross
of the first and az. ( 1 st and 4th quarters). crosslet fitchee in chief and a fleur de
Cooper of Failford (2nd matric. lys in base arg. three spur-revels of
1839). the first. Robert Liddell, Edin-
Arg. on a bend engrailed az. be- burgh.
tween two roses gu., barbed vert, Gu. on a bend invected or between
three buckles or (2nd and 3rd three crescents arg. a baton az.
quarters for Stirling). JOHN Glas, Charles Elliot, Edinburgh (1779).
surgeon (
1 8 1 2 ). Or, on a bend az. between three
Arg. on a bend engrailed az. be- boars' heads erased sa. as many
tween a rose in chief and a boar's lozenges of the first. Haliburton
head cabossed in base gu. three OF PlTCUR.
buckles or (2nd and 3rd quarters). Or, on a bend az. between three
Gartshore Stirling of Craig- lions'heads erased gu. as many cres-
BARNET (1818) [impaling Miller]. cents of the field. Francis Scot,
Arg. on a bend gu. between two Keeper of the Lords of Session
griffins' heads couped vert three Minute Book.
martlets or (2nd and 3rd quarters for Or, on a bend engrailed between a
Cosens). Cosens-Weir of Bogan- rose in chief and a martlet in base gu.
GREEN (1865). three buckles of the field. Archibald
Az. on a bend between three owls Stirling.
or as many thistles vert. JOSEPH Or, on a bend gu. between two
STACIE, Ross Herald. lions rampant vert three allcrions arg.
Az. on a bend between two eastern Lorraine of Angelraw (1774).
crowns or a fox courant ppr. Sir Or, on a bend sinister az. between
William Wyllie, K.C.B. (1868). three leopards' heads, 2 and 1 ppr. a
Az. on a bend or between two bears' pelican vulning herself of the first.
heads couped arg., muzzled gu., three Waldie of Hendersyde (1829).
escallops sa. John Scobie, Keoldale, Or, on a bend az. between two
co. Sutherland (1S85). eagles' heads erased gu., each holding
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in itsbeak a laurel branch ppr., a Quarterly, erm. and vert, over all a
mullet between two crescents of the bend or charged with a stag in full speed
(on a dexter canton erm. a silver
first, ppr. between two mullets of the second.
medal with three clasps). Scott OF Archibald Hood of Rosedale, co.

Wooden (1856). Midlothian (1S91 ).


Or, on a bend gu. between a galley Sa. on a bend arg. between two
in chief of the second and an anchor cotises or three martlets az. Norvell
in base az. three mullets of the field, OF BOGHALL.
on a chief of the third a salmon with Sa. on a bend engrailed arg. between
a ring in its mouth proper. PETER two cotises or three walnut leaves vert.
CLOUSTON, Lord Provost of Glasgow Sir Jonathan Wather Waller,
(1863). Bart. (1 816).
Or, on a bend between an eagle dis- Sa. on a bend between three

played in chief and a boar's head mascles, two in chief and one in base
couped in base sa. five fusils arg. or, a dove with an olive branch in its
Rev. James Charles, D.D., Minister beak ppr. between a mullet and
of Kirkcowan, Wigtownshire (1870). crescent az. James Scott-Mitchell,
Or, on a bend between
az. two Sydney (i860).
annulets sa. a mullet between two (7) Parted per Bend.
crescents arg. Young-Scott of Parted per bend or and sa., three
Redfordhill, co. Peebles (1878). dexter hands appaume' and erected, 2
Or, on a bend az. between two and 1, gu. Adair of Kinhilt.
martlets sa. three roses arg., barbed and Parted per bend indented arg. and
seeded vert, on a chief gu. a crescent gu., two crescents in chief and a mullet
between two mullets of the first. in base counter-changed. James
Younger of Auchencastle, co. Allan, W.S.
Dumfries (2nd matric. 1S92). Parted per bend .
arg. and gu.,
. .

Or, on a bend engrailed az. between in chief a crescent of the second,


two martlets sa. three roses arg., and in base a stag's head couped or.
barbed and seeded vert, on a chief Robert Allan, Rotterdam.
gu. a crescent between two mullets Parted per bend arg. and az., three
of the first. YOUNGER OF BENMORE, mullets counter-changed. Andrew
co.Argyll (1892). of Nethertarvit.
Or, on a bend embattled counter- Parted per bend or and sa., a lion
embattled az. between two martlets sa. rampant, within a double tressure
three roses arg., barbed and seeded flory counter-flory, all counter-changed.
vert, on a chief gu. a crescent between John Buchannan, surgeon, Stirling.
two mullets of the first. John Parted per bend sanguine and vert,
Younger, Colonel R.A. (1892). two greyhounds courant bendways arg.
on a bend between two
Or, Clayhills of Innergourie.
griffins'heads erased az. a mullet Parted per bend az. and gu., in

between two crescents of the first chief three mullets and in base as
(1st and 4th quarters) over all on an ; many pheons or. John Johns, Pro-
escutcheon of pretence Lever. GOLDIE curator Fiscal to the Commissariot of
Scot of Craigmuie (1868). Glasgow.
Or, on a bend az. a spur -revel Parted per bend sa. and az., three
between two crescents of the field, bars or. James Kenan, Dumfries.
within a double tressure flory counter- Parted per bend indented arg. and
flory of the second, within a bordure gu., in chief three crescents, 2 and 1,
of thelast (2nd and 3rd quarters). and in base a mullet, all counter-
Captain William Little Stewart changed. John Allen, London
(1851). (1779)-
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Bend — contin ued. Bend — continued.


Parted per bend az. and arg., in dexter base a lion rampant sa. Watson
chief a star of sixteen points or, and in Shennan of Conical Hills, New
base another az. over all on a bend
;
Zealand (1891).
sa. a lion passant of the second be- Parted per bend az. and arg., in chief
tween two crosses moline of the third. a star of sixteen points or, and in base
Hagart of Bantaskine (ist matric. another az.; overall on a bend sa. a lion
1814). passant of the second between two
Parted per bend vert and arg., in crosses moline of the third (ist and
chief a lion rampant of the second, and 4th quarters). Hagart of Bantas-
in base three papingoes of the first, kine (2nd matric. 1824).
beaked and membered gu., on a chief Parted per bend embattled gu. and
or a buckle between two boars' heads arg. (2nd and 3rd quarters of ist
couped az. FERGUSSON-HOME OF grand quarter) en surtont of the
;

Bassendean (i860). latter Boyle of Kelburne. EARL OF


Parted bend or and arg., a
per Glasgow (1869).
fess chequy and of the second, in
az. Parted per bend sinister engrailed
chief a stag's head couped of the or and sa., a lion rampant counter-
third. Stewart of Calderpark changed (2nd quarter for French).
(1868). William John Struth (
1 8 1 1
).

Parted per bend indented erm. and Parted per bend embattled gu. and
gu., in sinister chief a stag's head arg. (2nd and 3rd quarters of 2nd and
erased of the second, attired or, 3rd grand quarters); over the latter
and in dexter base a crescent arg. on an escutcheon Boyle of Kelburne.
James Allan, shipowner, Glasgow The College of the Holy Spirit,
(1870). Cumbrae (1874).
Parted per bend indented erm. and Bends (2).
gu., in sinister chief a stag's head erased Arg. two bends sa., the upper one
of the second, attired or, and in dexter engrailed. Lever on an escutcheon
base a crescent arg. within a bordure of pretence over Goldie Scot of
or. Alexander Allan, shipowner, Craigmuie (1868).
Glasgow (1 870). Gu. two bends vair arg. and sa., on
Parted per bend indented erm. and a chief or a greyhound courant sa.
a stag's head erased
gu., in sinister chief between two towers gu. James Ford,
of the second, attired or, and in dexter Montrose (1804).
base a crescent arg. within a bordure Eends (3).
sa. Bryce Allan, shipowner, Liver- Arg. three bends sa., each charged
pool (1870). with as many roses of the field (2nd
Parted per bend indented arg. and and 3rd quarters for Penrose) over ;

gu., in chief three crescents 2, and 1, all on an escutcheon the arms of


and base a mullet, within a bor-
in Gordo/i of Gordonston. CUMMING-
dure, counter-changed. Allen OF
all Gordon of Altyre (1795).
Inchmartinf., co. Perth (187S). Bendlet.
Parted per bend wavy arg. and az., Or, a bendlet between a stag's head
in chief a crescent and in base a mullet erased in chief and a hunting-horn in
counter-changed. Robert Calder base sa., garnished gu. Porterfield
Allen, C.B. (1882). of that Ilk.
Parted per bend or and erm., a cock Or, a bendlet between a stag's
gu. William Thomas Law, M.D., head erased in chief and a hunting-
London (1887). horn in base sa., garnished gu., a
Parted per bend vert and or, in the crescent for difference {Porterfield
sinister chief a ram's head cabossed impaled by Drinnmond). DAME
arg., armed of the second, and in the Margaret Porterfield.
BESANT— BOWS 23

Besant. Boar — continued.


Az. a besant between three boars' Gu. a boar passant or, on a canton
heads erased or. Gordon of Earl- erm. a sword in pale ppr. Baird of
ston. Newbyth.
Az. a besant between three mullets Gu. a boar passant or, on a canton
arg. Murray of Pennyland. erm. a sword in pale ppr. surmounted
Az. a besant between three mullets of a crescent of the first. Baird of
arg., another for difference. Murray Saughtonhall (1st matric.)
of Clairden. Gu. a boar passant or with a chain
Az. a besant between three escallops about his neck reflexed between his
or. Pringle of Newhall. legs affixed to an anchor in the sea in
besant between three boars'
Az. a base, all ppr. Baird of Craigtown
heads erased or, langued gu., within a (1743).
bordure of the second, charged with Gu. a wild boar passant or, on a
nine lozenges of the first. GORDON canton erm. a sword in pale ppr.
of Culvennan (
1
77 1
). [impaling Wauchope\ Baird of
Az. a besant between three mullets Saughtonhall (2nd matric. 1845).
arg. (2nd quarter for Murray of Gu. a boar passant or (1st and 4th
Pennyland). Murray Thriepland quarters of 3rd grand quarter for
of Fingask (1826). Baird of Auchmedderi). Fraser
Az. a besant between three garbs or OF FlNDRACK (1864).
(2nd and 3rd quarters for dimming). Bodkin.
Farquharson of Houghton. Gu. a tailor's bodkin ppr. hafted or
Gu. a besant between two towers (4th INCORPORATION OF
quarter).
triple-towered in chief arg., masoned Tailors of Aberdeen (1682 ?).
sa., and a garb in base or. Aberdeen Body, Human — see Man.
Town and County Banking Com- Bone.
pany (1863). Sa. a thigh bone in fess surmounted
Billet. of another in pale arg., on a canton of
Arg. a billet az. between three holly the last a vulture ppr. Baynes of
leaves in chief vert and a hunting-horn Harefield, co. Middlesex (1805).
in base sa., garnished gu. Robert Book.
Burnet, Procurator Fiscal, Aber- Az. a book expanded ppr. between
deen. three flames of fire or, all within a
Az. a billet arg. between three boars' bordure engrailed arg. charged with
heads couped or. GORDON OF mullets and cross crosslets of the first

Newark. (sic). William Smith, merchant,


Birds, Bunting. Edinburgh.
Arg. three bunting birds ppr., on a Boughpot.
chief az. a sword in fess of the first. Az. a boughpot or charged with
BONTEIN (BUNTINE) OF KlLBRIDE. three salmon in fret ppr., and con-
Bishop. taining as many lilies of the garden,
Arg. bishop standing on the
a the dexter in bud, the centre full
sinister habited in a long robe close blown, and the sinister half blown, also
girt purp. mitred, and holding in his ppr., flowered arg., issuant downwards
lefthand a crosier or, and pointing from the middle chief amid rays of
with the right to St. Boniface on the the sun a dexter hand holding an
dexter side, clothed and both his hands open book, likewise ppr. (1st quarter).
laid on his breast ppr. Episcopal University of Aberdeen (1888).
See of Ross. Bows (2).
Boar. Vert, two bows in full bend pale-
Gu. a boar passant or. Baird ways stringed arg. between three
or,
OF AUCHMEDDEN. sheaves of arrows, two in chief and one
BOWS— BUCKLE
Bows (2)
— continued. Branches (3), Holly — continued.
in base of the second. BOWER OF KlN- banded gu., within a bordure en-
NETTLES. grailed and 4th
vert (1st quarters).
Vert, two bows on full bend in pale Irvine of Cairnfield.
or, stringed arg., between as many Arg. three holly branches, each
sheaves of arrows in fess of the second, consisting of as many leaves ppr.,
banded of the first (2nd and 3rd banded gu., within a bordure chequy
quarters). Alexander Bower St. vert and of the first (1st and 4th
Clair (1852). quarters). Irvine OF Kinconsie.
Branch, Holly. Branch, Laurel.
Arg. a holly branch between three Arg. a laurel branch ppr. between
bay leaves slipped vert. John FOULIS, two roses gu. John Lorimer, M.D.
Edinburgh. 0794)-
Branches (3), Holly — see also Leaves. Branch, Palm.
Arg. three holly branches, each con- Az. a palm branch between three
sisting of as many leaves ppr., banded fleurs de lys or (
1 st and 4th
gu., within a bordure indented vert. quarters). Montgomerie OF Broom-
Irvine of Ardtamford. LANDS.
Arg. three small sheaves (branches) Az. a palm branch between three
of holly, 2 and 1, vert, each consisting fleurs de lys or, another for a differ-
of as many leaves slipped, banded ence (
1 st and 4th quarters). William
gu. Irvine of Drum. Montgomerie.
Arg. three holly branches, each con- Az. a branch of palm between three
sisting of as many leaves ppr., banded fleurs de lys or (1st and 4th quarters
gu., within a bordure engrailed vert. of 3rd grand quarter), in the centre
Irvine of Fedderet. of the latter a crescent or. Ramsay-
Arg. three holly branches, each Fairfax of Maxton, co. Roxburgh
consisting of as many leaves ppr., (1877).
banded gu., within a bordure vert and Bridge.
verdoy of six leaves slipped of the Az. a wooden bridge fess-ways, the
first. Irvine of Lairnie. middle arch cut through and hanging
Arg. three holly branches, each down or, with a river transfluent ppr.
consisting of as many leaves ppr., between three battle-axes erect arg.
banded gu., within a bordure vert. Wright of Haston (1751).
Irvine of Lentukk. Gu. a bridge of one arch arg.,
Arg. three holly branches, 2 and 1, masoned sa., with streams transfluent.
each consisting of as many leaves Alexander Bridge, portioner of
slipped (ppr.), banded gu., within a bor- Kingsbarns.
dure nebuly of the second. JOHN Buckle.
Irvine, merchant, Gottenburg ( 1 757). Az. a buckle between three garbs
Arg. three holly branches, each con- or. CUMMING OF AUCHRY.
sisting of as many leaves ppr., banded Az. a buckle arg. between three
gu., within a bordure of the last, boars' heads couped or, all within a
charged with three mullets or. ALEX- bordure of the second. FERGUSON
ANDER Irvine, Lieutenant 1st Foot OF PlTFOUR.
Guards (1788). Az. a buckle arg. between three
Arg. three holly branches, 2 and 1, boars' heads couped or, within a bor-
vert, each consisting of as many dure embattled of the third. MAJOR
leaves slipped, banded gu., within a JAMES FERGUSON, Col. Lauder's Regi-
bordure of the last. James Henry ment.
Irvine, Dublin (1797). Az. a buckle between three boars
Arg. three holly branches, each heads couped or. fOHN Gordon,
consisting of as many leaves ppr., Bailie of Banff,
BUCKLE— CASTLE 25

Buckle — continued. Buckles (3)



continued.
Az. a buckle or between two wolves' Az. three buckles or (2nd and 3rd
heads in chiefand an escallop in base quarters). George Monteith.
arg. LUMSDEN OF CUSHING. Az. three buckles or (2nd and 3rd
Az. a buckle arg. between three quarters), all within a bordure gu.
boars' heads couped or. Ferguson Menteath of Closeburn (1838).
(Fergusson) of Kilkerran (1st Bugle — see Hunting-Horn.
matric. 17 19). Bull.
Az. a buckle arg. between three Or, a bull passant gu., on a chief of
boars' heads couped or, within a bor- the last two geds' heads couped of the
dure of the third, charged with four first. William Geddes Borron,
cross crosslets fitchee gu. William Ardrossan (1868).
Ferguson, London (1761). Bundles, Holly— sec Branches.
Az. a buckle between three garbs or, Bush, Flaming.
within a bordure arg. Sir John Gu. a flaming bush on the top of a
CUMMING, Knt. (1782). mount ppr. between three lions ram-
Az. buckle arg. between three
a pant arg., in the flanks two roses of the
boars' heads couped or ( 1 st quarter). last. Branderof Pitgaveny (1777).
Fergusson of Kilkerran (2nd Gu. a flaming bush on the top of a
matric. 18 So). mount ppr. between three lions ram-
Az. a buckle between two boars' pant arg., in the flanks two roses of
heads couped in chief and two arrows the last (1st and 4th quarters).
in saltire, points downwards, in base Dame Mary Dunbar-Brander of
or (2nd and 3rd quarters). FER- Pitgaveny (1854).
gusson-Pollok (1886).
Az. a buckle arg. between three Canary Birds — see Martlets.
boars' heads couped or (2nd and Cannon.
3rd quarters for Fergussofi). Dal- Arg. a cannon mounted on its
rymple of New Hailes, co. Mid- carriage sa. (2nd and 3rd quarters).
lothian (1887). Burgh of Portobello (1886).
Az. a buckle arg. between three Canton.
boars' heads couped or, within a bor- Chequy or and az. on a canton gu.
dure of the last (2nd and 3rd quarters). a lion rampant arg. (1st and 4th
Fergusson-Buchanan of Auchen- quarters). Borlace Warren of
torlie, co. Dumbarton (1890). Little Marlow, Bucks. (1780).
Or, a buckle az. between three Vert, on a canton arg. an eye ppr.
cinquefoils gu., on a chief engrailed sa. Master William Walker, Minister
three escallops of the field. Graham of the English Church in Barbadoes.
OF LYMEK1LNS (1772). Castle.
Or, a buckle az. between three Arg. a castle triple-towered and em-
cinquefoils gu., on a chief engrailed sa. battled sa., masoned of the first and
three escallops of the field (1st and topped with three fans gu., windows
4th quarters). Barns-Graham of and portcullis shut of the last, situate
CRAIGALLIAN, co. Stirling (1884). on a rock ppr. Royal Burgh of
Buckles (3). Edinburgh (1732).
Az. three buckles in fess between Arg. a castle triple towered and
-

as many boars' heads couped or, embattled sa., masoned of the first,
within a bordure chequy of the second windows and portcullis shut gu., situ-
and first. ALEXANDER GORDON, ate on a rock ppr. (1st and 4th
Tobago (1788). quarters). EDINBURGH AND GLASGOW
Az. three buckles or (2nd and 3rd Bank (1849).
quarters), all within a bordure gu. Arg. a castle rising from the sea
MdNTEITH OF CAKIHBER. ppr. (2nd quarter). M'Neill OF
26 CASTLE— CAT

Castle — continued. Castle — continued.


Barra (ist matric. 1806, 2nd do. dowed gu. (istand 4th quarters), all
1824). within a bordure arg., charged with
Arg. a castle triple towered sa.
- four Eastern crowns gu. Lieut.-Gen.
(3rd quarter), all within a bordure '•Tsir Charles Macleod, K.C.B.
arg., and in the centre of the shield on "(i853).
an escutcheon sa. a boar's head erased Az. a castle triple-towered and em-
or. Campbell of Hallyards (
1 8 1
4). battled arg., masoned sa., port gu. (2nd
Arg. a castle triple-towered sa. (3rd quarter), all within a bordure gu.
quarter) over all an escutcheon of the
;
William Mackinnon, Antigua
last charged with a bear's head erased (1726, recorded 1810).
or with a crescent in chief arg. Camp- Az. a castle triple-towered and em-
bell of Barbreck (1768). battled arg., masoned sa., windows
Az. on a rock ppr. a castle arg. and portcullis gu. (2nd quarter).
M'Aben of Knockdolian. William Alexander Mackinnon,
Az. a castle triple-towered and em- Albany House, co.Middlesex (181 1).
battled arg., masoned sa., windows Az. a castle triple-towered and em-
and porch gu. Macleod of that battled arg., masoned sa., windows
Ilk. and portcullis gu., between two anchors
Az. on a mount in base a castle in fess ppr. (2nd quarter), all within a
triple-towered without windows arg., bordure indented or. Mackinnon
masoned sa., the gate closed gu., sur- of Strathaird, co. Argyle (1889).
rounded with four oak trees disposed Az. a castle triple-towered and em-
in orle of the second, the interstices battled arg., masoned sa., windows
of the field being semee of stars of six and portcullis shut gu., in the dexter
rays of the last. Royal Burgh of chief point a mullet or (2nd and 3rd
Stirling. quarters). William M'Leod Ban-
Az. a castle triple
- towered arg., natyne of that Ilk (1795).
masoned sa., standing on a rock ppr., Az. a castle triple-towered and em-
doors and windows gu., on the top of battled arg., masoned sa., windows
the middle tower a cock, and on each arid portcullis gu. (4th quarter).
of the others an eagle or ( 1 st
quarter), Macleod of Cadboll (1784).
all within a bordure or. CAPTAIN Gu. a castle triple-towered arg. be-
Alexander Campbell, H.E.I.C.S. tween a Holy Lamb, cross, staff, and
( 1815, 2nd do. 1816).
ist matric. banner of St. Andrew on the dexter,
Az. a of three towers arg.,
castle and on the sinister the head of John the
masoned sa., standing on a rock ppr., Baptist on a charger ppr., in base the
doors and windows gu., on the top of sea az. Royal Burgh of Ayr.
the middle tower a cock, and on the Gu. a castle arg., masoned sa., be-
tops of each of the others an eagle or tween three cinquefoils erm., within a
(ist quarter). Campbell of Dun- bordure potent counter-potent of the
STAFFNAGE (
I st matric. 1 836, 2nd first and second. Archibald Hamil-
do. 18S9). ton, heir-male of Westburn (1774).
Az. a castle arg., gated and win- Gu. a castle arg. ensigned with a
dowed gu. (ist and 4th quarters). ducal crown between three ships of
Macleod of Muiravonside (1 731). war, sails furled or (ist and 4th
Az. a castle triple-towered and em- quarters). James Moodie, Captain
battled arg., masoned sa., windows R.N. (1720).
and porch gu. (ist and 4th quarters), Cat.
all within a bordure embattled or. Arg. a cat salient arg. (2nd
Arthur Lyttelton MacLeod, Ar- quarter). Smyth of Balhary (
1
765).
ley Castle, co. Staffs. (1844). Az. a cat sejant in a watching
Az. a castle arg., gated and win- posture, with her dexter paw extended
CAT— CHEVRON 27

Cat —continued. Chevron — continued.


arg. (3rd quarter), all within a bordure Az. a chevron erm. within a bordure
gu. Smith of Smithfield (1768). invected or. William Lidderdale,
Az. a cat sejant in a watching pos- merchant, London (1891).
ture, with her dexter paw extended Erm. a chevron gu. Taillefer
arg. (3rd quarter). Smith of Camno of Haircleugh.
(1768). Gu. a chevron within a double
Az. a cat salient arg. (2nd tressure flory counter-flory arg. (1st
quarter of 4th grand quarter for and 4th quarters for Fleming). Earl
Smy til). KlNLOCH OF KlNLOCH OF WlGTON.
(1873). Gu. a chevron within a double tres-
Cats a Mountain (3). sure flory counter-flory arg. ( 1 st quarter
Sa. three cats a mountain passant of 2nd grand quarter for Fleming).
in pale spotted arg. (1st and 4th Lord Elphinstone (1864).
quarters). SCHIVEZ OF MuiRTON. Gu. a chevron within a double
Catharine Wheel — see Wheel. tressure flory counter-flory arg. (1st
Chaplet. and 4th quarters [for Fleming'] of
Arg. a chaplet vert, on a chief gu. 2nd grand quarter), in the centre of
three wolves' heads erased of the first, the latter a mullet az. for differ-
all within a bordure counter-compony ence. Lady Osborne-Elphinstone
of thefirst and azure. Robertson (1870).
OF PlTMILLAN (i 763). Gu. a chevron within a double
Chevalier. tressure flory counter-flory arg. (1st
Sa. a chevalier armed at all points and 4th quarters of 2nd and 3rd grand
cap a brandishing a scimitar
pic, quarters), the latter within a bordure
aloft mounted on horseback arg., or charged with eight fleurs de lys az.

within a bordure gu. Nevov (Nevay) Brooke Hamilton Gyll, co. Bucks.
of that Ilk. (1844).
Sa. a chevalier on horseback armed Or, a chevron vert. John Pink-
at all points cap a pie, brandishing a erton, London (
1 78 1
).

scimitar aloft arg., within a bordure Or, a chevron crenelle within a


gu. (2nd and 3rd quarters for Nevay). double tressure flory counter-flory gu.
Crawford of Overton, co. Lanark (1st and 4th quarters). Fleming of
(1880). Ferme.
CHEVRON. Or, a chevron within a double tres-
(1) Chevron and Chevron within . . . sure flory counter-flory gu. ( 1 st and 4th
(2) Chevron a chief . on a
. . . . .
quarters), in the fess point a mullet
chief. or in chief
. . . . . for difference. LlEUT.-COL. John
(3) Chevron between . . . Fleeming.
(4) Chevron between a chief . . . . . .
Or, a chevron within a double tres-
on a chief or in chief. . . . . . sure flory counter-flory gu. (1st and
(5) On a Chevron. 4th quarters), in the fess point a
(6) On a Chevron in base . . . . . . mullet for difference [impaled by
(7) On a Chevron between . . .
Graham]. MRS. MARIE FLEEMING,
(8) On a Chevron between a chief . . .
spouse to John Grahame, Commissary
. on a chief
. . or in chief . . . . . . Clerk of Dunblane.
(9) Parted per Chevron. (2)Chevron ... a chief ... on a
(1) Chevron and Chevron within . . . chief ... or in chief . . .

Az. a chevron erm. Lidderdale Arg. a chevron gu. and chief az.
of St. Mary Isle. Masterton of Parkmill.
Az. a chevron erm. within a bordure Arg. a chevron gu. with a chief az.

engrailed arg. Thomas Lidderdale, Masterton of Parkmill and


London. Gogar ( 777)- 1
28 CHEVRON
Chevron — continued. Chevron — continued.
Arg. chevron az. and on a
a dented of the second charged with
chief of the second a fleur de lys or eight crescents of the first. ARNOT
between a pen ppr., full feathered of of Eastrynd.
the first on the sinister and a Bible sa. Arg. a chevron sa.between three
on the dexter side in base a trefoil; torteaux, within a bordure of the
vert. GlLMORE OF TOWNSEND second. Blair of Balmyll.
(1759). Arg. a chevron sa. between three
Arg. a chevron sa., in chief a cinque- torteaux. BLAIR OF Balthayock.
foil gU. RlCKHART OF ARNAGE. Arg. a chevron crenelle sa. between
Az. a chevron and in chief three three torteaux. Blair of Inschira.
crosses pate"e arg. Barclay of Arg. a chevron invected sa. be-
BURYHILL (1858). tween three torteaux. Blair of
Az. a chevron and in chief three OVERDURDIE.
crosses patee arg. (2nd quarter). Arg. a chevron wavy sa. between
Barclay-Allardice (1883). three torteaux. Alexander Blair,
(3) Chevron between . . . France.
Arg. a chevron gu. between three Arg. a chevron gu. between three
boars' heads erased az. Abercrombie mullets az. Brodie of that Ilk.
of Birkenrog. Arg. a chevron sa. between three
Arg. a chevron engrailed gu. bunting birds ppr. BOUNTINE OF
between three boars' heads erased az. Bontinehall.
Abercrombie of Fetterneir. Arg. a chevron gu. between three
Arg. a chevron indented gu. be- boars' heads erased az. William
tween three boars' heads erased az. Cochrane, Earl of Dundonald.
Abercrombie of Glassauch. Arg. a chevron gu. between three
Arg. a chevron between two cinque- boars' heads erased az., within a bor-
foils in chief gu. and a saltire couped dure of the second. Cochrane of
in base az., all within a bordure Ochiltrk.
adorned with {sic) fleur de lys of the Arg. a chevron gu. between three
second. Agnew of Castlewigg. boars' heads erased az., within a
Arg. a chevron between two cinque- bordure of the second, and in the
foils in chief gu. and a saltire couped middle chief a crescent or. Cochrane
in base az., within a bordure en- OF WATERSYDE.
grailed of the second. Agnew of Arg. a chevron engrailed sa., en-
Dalragle. signed on the top with a fleur de lys,
Arg. a chevron between two cinque- between two mullets in chief and a
foils in chief gu. and a saltire couped crescent in base az. Thomas
in base az. Agnew of Lochnaw. 1
Cushney, merchant, Aberdeen.
Arg. a chevron gu. ensigned with a Arg. a chevron sa. between three
cross crosslet fitchde sa. between two boars' heads erased gu., armed of the
cinquefoils in chief of the second and first. Lord Elrhinstone.
a saltire couped in base az. Agnew Arg. a chevron sa. between three
OF SHETJCHAN. boars' heads erased, within a bordure
Arg. a chevon sa. between three gu. Elphinstone of Calderhall.
mullets gu., within a bordure indented Arg. a chevron sa. between three
of the second. Arnot of Balcormo. boars' heads erased, within a bordure
Arg. a chevron sa. between three engrailed gu. Elphinstone of
mullets gu., within a bordure in- Melyholme.
Are. a chevron between three
1
There is another matriculation of the same - horns sa.,
hunting garnished gu.
arms, with the addition of two tigers as sup-
porters, attributed to Sir Agnew of — Mr. Andrew Forrester, Secretary
a clerical error for Lochnaw. to the Duke of Lauderdale.
Lothian, evidently
CHEVRON 29

Chevron — continued. Chevron —


continued.
Arg. a chevron engrailed gu. be- Arg. a chevron gu. between three
tween three griffins salient vert, boars' heads couped sa. Trotter of
armed and membered of the second. Catchellraw.
Forsyth of Tailzertoun. Arg. a chevron indented gu.
Arg. a chevron between three between three boars' heads couped sa.
otters' heads erased gu. Fullerton Captain David Trotter, R.N.
ok Craighall. Arg. a chevron between three
Arg. a chevron between three roses gu. Wedderburn of East
escutcheons gu. John Hay, writer, Powrie.
Edinburgh. Arg. a chevron between two mullets
Arg. a chevron between three holly in chief and a crescent in base gu.
leaves vert. Irvine of Inchray. George Wilson, Bailie of Fraser-
Arg. a between two
chevron gu. burgh.
cross crosslets fitchde in chief and a Arg. a chevron between three
boar's head erased in base sa. Ken- mullets gu., a crescent for difference.
nedy OF KlRKMICHAEL. Thomas WILSON, merchant, Edin-
Arg. a chevron voided gu. between burgh.
three pheons in chief and a unicorn's Arg. a chevron between three turtle
head erased in base sa. Main of doves az. Winton of Strick-
Loch wood. MARTIN.
Arg. a chevron between two cres- Arg. a chevron sa. between two
cents in chief and a mullet in base sheaves of arrows gu., banded of the
gu., on a chief az. an eagle displayed field, and a hunting-horn in base of
.

or. Masterton of Grange. the second, stringed and garnished or.

Arg. a chevron gu. between three Major Robert Duncanson, Argyle's


boars' heads erased sa. NlSBET OF Foot (1692).
Dean. Arg. a chevron between two cinque-
foils in chief gu. and a saltire
Arg. a chevron gu. between three couped
boars' heads erased sa. and as many in base az., all within a bordure of the

cinquefoils of the field, in the honour second. Agnew of Croach (1693).


point a thistle slipped vert. NlSBET Arg. a chevron between three
OF Dirleton. pellets. Myrtoun of Gogar (2nd
Arg. a chevron
engrailed gu. be- matric. 1701, registered
1775).
tween three ears of rye slipped and Arg. a chevron invected between
bladed vert. Walter Riddell. three mullets gu. Wilson of Plew-
Arg. a chevron between three lands (1704 ?).

powits, within a bordure sa. RUSSELL Arg. a chevron gu. voided of the
OF KlNGSEAT. between two pheons in chief
field sa.

Arg. a chevron chequy gu. and of and a fieur de lys in base az., all
the first between three hunting-horns within a bordure wavy of the last.

sa., garnished of the second. Lord Mayne of Powis (1730).


SEMPILL (1st matric.) Arg. a chevron gu. between two
Arg. a chevron chequy gu. and of ears of rye in chief and a pinnace
the first between three hunting-horns with her oars in action in base ppr.
sa., garnished of the second, all within Riddell of Granton (1731).
a bordure of the third charged with Arg. a chevron wavy between three
eight crescents or. James Sempill, mullets of six points az. GEORGE
merchant, Stockholm. Ixnes, writer, Edinburgh (1733).
Arg. a chevron wavy sa., ensigned Arg. a chevron wavy az. between

on the top with a cross patee az., three hunting-horns vert, garnished
between three lozenges of the second. gu. David Hunter (1738).
David Strang, merchant, London. Arg. a chevron between three
CHEVRON
Chevron — continued. Chevron — continued.
mullets az. John Innes of Dun- lozenges sa. James Strange, M.P.,
kinty (1753). banker, London (1798).
Ai'g. a chevron between three Arg. a chevron sa. between three
mullets gu., within a bordure wavy az. torteaux, within a bordure gu. Thomas
Robert Wilson, R.N. (1760). Blair, Surrey (18 15).
Arg. a chevron between two cinque- Arg. a chevron az. between two
foils in chief gu. and a hawthorn tree hunting-horns vert, viroled and stringed
growing out of a mount in base vert, gu. in chief, and a mountain inflamed
flowered ppr. Hathorn OF Castle- in base ppr. MacTurk of Sten-
wigg (1769). house (1827).
Arg. a chevron gu. between two Arg. a chevron
between three
boars' heads erased in chief ppr. and powits within a bordure gyronny
sa.,
a crescent in base of the second. of eight or and of the second. Sir
Laird of Glenhuntlv (1777). William Russell (1832).
Arg. a chevron between three Arg. a chevron between three hearts
mullets gu., within a bordure of the fess-ways in chief gu., joined and
last. Charles Wilson, surgeon and pierced by a chain az., and in base a
merchant in Glasgow (1777). branch of laurel ppr., and a sword of
Arg. a chevron gu. between three the third in saltire. GExMMELL OF
mullets in chief and a crescent in Drumtochty (1841).
base az. Anderson of Newbigging Arg. a chevron gu. between two
(1780). cross crosslets fitchde in chief, and a
Arg. a chevron gu. between three key fess-ways, wards downwards, in
martlets sa. Baron of Preston base sa. Walter Gibson Cassels,
(1783). Edinburgh (1864).
Arg. a chevron engrailed gu. be- Arg. a chevron between two mascles
tween three stalks of rye slipped ppr. in chief and a cross crosslet fitchee
RlDDELL OF GLENRIDDELL (1783). in base gu., in the middle chief point

Arg. a chevron gu. between three William Rae


a robin redbreast ppr.
ears of rye slipped and bladed ppr. Arthur, merchant, Lord Provost of
Riddel of that Ilk (1784). Glasgow (1870).
Arg. a chevron between three Arg. a chevron ensigned with a
lozenges sa. Strange of Balcasky banner gu., the latter charged with a
(1790- canton az., thereon a saltire of the
Arg. a chevron sa. between two first, all between two mullets in chief
mullets in chief and a fret of four and the sun splendour in base,
in his

pieces couped in base gu., charged within a bordure indented all of the
with as many hearts or, and in every second, charged with three crescents
interstice a rose of the third. Arnot of the field. Orr-Ewing of Leven-
of Arlary (1st matric. 1795, 2n d FIELD (1870).
do. 1807). Arg. a chevron ensigned with a
Arg. chevron gu. between two
a banner gu., the latter charged with a
boars' heads erased in chief and a canton az., thereon a saltire of the
mullet in base az., within a bordure first, all between two mullets in chief
engrailed of the second. Cochrane and the sun in his splendour in base,
OF Ashkirk (1st matric. 1795). within a bordure indented all of the
Arg. a chevron indented gu. between second, charged with three martlets of
three boars' heads erased az., armed the field. Orr-Ewing of Ballikin-
or, and langued sa., in the middle RAIN (1870).
chief point a crescent vert. Aber- Arg. a chevron ensigned with a
cromby of Tullibody (1797). banner gu., the latter charged with a
Arg. a chevron between three canton az., thereon a saltire of the
( IIEVRON 3i

Chevron — continued. Chevron — continued.


first, all between two mullets in chief boars' heads erased, within a bordure
and the sun splendour in base,
in his and 4th quarters).
gu. (1st Elphin-
within a bordure indented all of the STONE OF AlRTII.
second, charged with three mullets of Arg. a chevron gu. between three
the field. William Ewing, merchant, cross crosslets fitchee, within a double
London (1870). tressure flory counter-flory sa. ( 1 st and

Arg. a chevron gu. between three 4th quarters). Kennedy of Kirk-


cocks sa. Aitken of Saltcoats hill.
and Darroch, co. Stirling (1871). Arg. a chevron invected gu. between
Arg. a chevron vert between two three cross crosslets fitchee sa. ( 1 st and

spur-revels in chief and a fleur de lys 4th quarters). Kennedy of Lahan


in base gu. Robert Curle, ship- [impaled by BethicneofLonghermistori\.
builder,Glasgow (1873). Arg. a chevron az. between two
Arg. a chevron az. between two mullets in chief and a cross crosslet
cocks in chief sa. and an oak tree fitchee in base gu. (1st and 4th quar-
eradicated ppr. in base. James ters). Reid of Birnes.
Aitken, shipowner, Glasgow (1874). Arg. a chevron gu. between three
Arg. a chevron between two water- hunting-horns vert, garnished of the
bougets in chief sa. and a pheon in base, second (1st and 4th quarters). Ha-
point upwards, az. Robert Francis thorn of Overairies (1743).
Fairlie, C.E., co. Surrey (1876). Arg. a chevron between three mul-
Arg. a chevron between two roses lets gu. (1st and 4th quarters). RAE
in chief gu. and a holly bush ppr. in Wilson of Kelvinbank (1807).
base. Henry Leck of Hollybush, Arg. a chevron gu. between three
co. Ayr (1876). cross crosslets fitchee sa. (1st and 4th

Arg. a chevron gu. between two cross quarters). FERGUSSON KENNEDY OF


crosslets fitchee in chief and a lion's Bennane (1837).
head erased in base sa. Charles Arg. a chevron embattled az., en-
C. H. Cassels, Edinburgh (1877). signed with a banner gu., charged with
Arg. a chevron between two escal- a canton of the second, and thereon a
lops in chief and a cinquefoil in base saltire of the first, all between two
gu. Garroway of Netherfield, mullets in chief and the sun in his
co. Lanark (1883). splendour in base of the third, within a
Arg. a chevron embattled between bordure of the second (1st and 4th
three leopards' faces sa. James Stir- quarters). Alexander Ewing, mer-
ling Dyce, Banchory, co. Kincardine chant, Glasgow (1869).
(1886). Arg. a chevron sa. between three
Arg. a chevron az. between three boars' heads erased gu. (1st and 4th
falcons' heads erased gu. Alexander quarters), in the centre of the grand
Stevenson (1891). quarters a mullet az. for difference.

Arg. a chevron gu. between three Lady Osborne Elphinstone( i


870).
hunting-horns vert, viroled and stringed Arg. a chevron chequy gu. and of
of the second (1st quarter). Hunter- the field between three hunting-horns
Blair of Blairquhan (1827). sa., garnished and stringed of the
Arg. a chevron sa. between three second (1st and 4th quarters). Lord
boars' heads erased gu. (1st quarter). Sempill (2nd matric. 1885).
Lord Elphinstone (1864). Arg. a chevron sa. between three
Arg. a chevron gu. between three boars' heads erased, within a bordure
boars' heads erased az., langued of the gu. (2nd quarter for Elphinston of
second (1st and 4th quarters for Coch- SlR WILLIAM LOCK-
Calderhall).
rane). Earl of Dundonald. hart, Lord Advocate.
Arg. a chevron sa. between three Arg. a chevron chequy gu. and of
CHEVRON

Chevron —continued. Chevron —


continue J.
the first between three hunting-horns Arg. a chevron gu. between three
sa., garnished of the second, within cross crosslets fitche"e sa., within a
a bordure of the same (2nd and 3rd double tressure fiory counter-flory of
quarters for Scmplc). SUTTIE OF the second (1st and 4th quarters of
Balgone (1732). 2nd and 3rd grand quarters). KEN-
Arg. a chevron gu. between three NEDY OF CLOWBURN.
boars' heads couped sa. (2nd and 3rd Arg. a chevron sa. between three
quarters). Trotter of Mortonhali, armed of the
boars' heads erased gu.,

(1st matric. .,
2nd do. 1792).
. . second (3rd quarter). Alexander
Arg. a chevron embattled sa. be- Hamilton, alias Inglis of Murdis-
tween three boars' heads erased gu. ton (1734).
(2nd and 3rd quarters), all within a Arg. a chevron between three otters'
bordure dovetailed gu. Duncan heads erased, within a bordure gu. (3rd
M'Lea (1806). quarter for Fullerton). Lord El-
Arg. a chevron between three roses PHINSTONE (1864).
gu., barbed vert (2nd and 3rd quarters Arg. a chevron sa. between three
for Wedderburti). J. W. Wedder- boars' heads erased gu. (3rd quar-
ijurn Webster, Clapham ( 1 8 1 1 ). ter). University of Aberdeen
Arg. a chevron gu. between three (1888).
ears of rye slipped and bladed ppr. Az. a chevron between three boars'

(2nd and 3rd quarters). Captain R. heads erased, all within a double
Riddell-Carre (1828). tressure flowered with fleurs de lys
Arg. a chevron gu. between three within, contra- crescents without, or.
cross crosslets fitchce sa., within a Earl of Aboyne.
double tressure fiory counter-flory of Az. a chevron engrailed between
the second (2nd and 3rd quarters). three crosses patee, within a bordure
Hon. J. E. Kennedy Erskine(i828). indented arg. BARCLAY OF BALMA-
Arg. a chevron az. between three kewan.
mullets in chief and a cross crosslet Az. a chevron between three crosses
fitchee in base gu. (2nd and 3rd quar- patee, within a bordure indented arg.
ters). Miss Ellen Elizabeth Reid Barclay of Johnstoun.
Seton of Oxmantounhall (1866). Az. a chevron between three crosses
Arg. a chevron wavy between three patee or. Barclay of Pearston.
mullets of six points also wavy az. Az. a chevron or between three
(2nd and 3rd quarters for Innes). crosses patee arg., within a bordure
Mitchell of Stow (1866). chequy of the second and first. Bar-
Arg. a chevron gu. between three clay of Touch.
trefoils slipped vert (2nd and 3rd Az. a chevron invected between
quarters) over all on an escutcheon of
;
three fleurs de lys or. Browne of
pretence Lever. GOLDIE Scot of HlNGINGSYDE.
Craigmuie (1868). Az. a chevron chequy arg. and gu.
Arg. a chevron sa. between three between three fleurs de lys or.

boars' heads erased gu. (2nd and 3rd Thomas Brown, Edinburgh.
quarters of 2nd grand quarter for Az. a chevron wavy between three

Elphinstone) on an escutcheon of fleurs de lys or. George Browne,


pretence over Marchioness of Provost of Dundee.
Lansdowne and Baroness Nairne Az. a chevron arg. between three
(1878). crescents or, within a bordure invected
Arg. a chevron between three roses of the last. DURIE OF GRANGE.
gu., barbed vert (2nd and 3rd quar- Az. a chevron arg. between three
ters). Wedderburn Maxwell of crescents or. Captain George
MlDDLEBIE (1S79). Durie.
CHEVRON 33

Chevron — continued. Chevron — continued.


(Az.) a chevron wavy arg. between Az. a chevron between three fleurs
three roses (gu.) slipped or. GIL- de lys in chief or, and in base a writ-
LESPIE OF NEWTOUN. ing pen, full feathered arg. GlLMOUR
Az. a chevron arg. between three of Craigmillar (2nd matric. 1733).
boars' heads couped or. Joseph Az. a chevron arg. between three
GORDON, builder, London. martlets volant or. BYRES OF Ton-
Az. a chevron arg. between three LEY (1755).
storks' heads erased or. Hall of Az. a chevron between three boars'
DUNGLASS. heads erased in chief or, and a besant
Az. a chevron or between three in base. French OF Baillieston
besants. Hope of Craighall (ist (1783).
matric. . .
.,
2nd matric. 1780). Az. a chevron between three oak
Az. a chevron or between three trees or. Mosman OF AUCHTYFAR-
besants, within a bordure of the DELL (1786).
second. Hope of Rankeillor (1st Az. a chevron engrailed arg. be-
matric.) tween two storks' heads erased in
Az. a chevron or between a wolf's chief and a saltire couped in base
head couped and a buckle in chief and or, within a bordure of the second.
an escallop in base arg. LUMSDEN George Hall, London (1787).
OF INNERGELLIE. Az. a chevron between two mascles
Az. a chevron or between a wolf's in chief and a trefoil slipped in base,
head couped and a buckle in chief and within a bordure wavy arg. Henry
an escallop in base arg., a crescent for Trail, London (1808).
difference. Lumsden of Stravithie. Az. a chevron or between three
Az. a chevron or between a wolf's crosses patee arg., within a bor-
head couped and a buckle in chief and dure gyronny of eight of the second
an escallop in base arg., within a bor- and sa. John Barclay, Gunnebo,
dure engrailed of the second. Colonel Sweden (1839).
William Lumsden. Az. a chevron or between two
Az. a chevron erm. between three wolves' heads erased in chief arg. and ,

pheons arg., within a bordure indented an escallop in base of the last. James
of the third. Mudie of Arbeckie. Lumsden, Glasgow (1863).
Az. a chevronbetween three talbots' Az.a chevron chequy arg. and sa.
heads couped arg. Philip of Amre- between three fleurs de lys of the
closs. second. William Brown of Hor-
Az. a chevron invected between ton PLACE, co. Surrey (1869).
three talbots' heads erased or. PHILIP Az. chevron or between two
a
OF OVERCARNBIE. wolves' heads erased in chief and an
Az. a chevron or between two escallop in base arg., within a bordure .
'
scrogs (starved branches) in chief and of the second. George Lumsden,
a man's heart in base arg. William Balgowan, co. Perth (1871).
SCROGIE, Bishop of Argyle. Az. a chevron between two fleurs
Az. a chevron between three acorns de lys in chief and a battle-axe in base
in chief or and a bull's head erased of arg. James Falshaw, C.E., Lord
the second in base. Stark of Provost of Edinburgh (1874).
Killermont. Az. a chevron erm. between three
Az. a chevron between two mascles lions rampant or, on a canton vert a
in chiefand a trefoil slipped in base, harp of the third, stringed arg.
within a bordure wavy arg. ROBERT Chinnery on an escutcheon of pre-
Traill, merchant, Edinburgh. tence over Haldane Chinnery
-

Az. a chevron between three garbs (1878) and Chinnery -Haldane


or. CUMMING OF PlTULLY (1731). (1882).
34 CHEVRON

Chevron —continued. Chevron — continued.


Az. a chevron between three keys of the third (2nd and 3rd quarters for
fess-ways or (ist and 4th quarters). Mi/die), a crescent in the centre of
Hairstones of Craigs. the shield gu. Hay of Faichfield
Az. a chevron arg. between three (1806).
sunflowers slipped ppr. (ist and 4th Az. a chevron chequy arg. and sa. be-
quarters). James Carstairs, eldest tween three fleurs de lys of the second
son of Kilconquhar (1760). (2nd and 3rd quarters). Claud
Az. a chevron between two fleurs Hamilton Hamilton, Calcutta
de lys in chief or and a writing pen (1865).
full feathered in base arg. (ist and Az. a chevron between three battle-
Little Gilmour of
4th quarters). axes arg., within a bordure of the last
LlBERTON AND CRAIGMILLAR (l8lo). (2nd and 3rd quarters [for Wrighf\ of
Az. a chevron arg. between a bull's 2nd grand quarter). Ramsay-Gibson-
head erased and two acorns in chief Maitland of Cliftonhall and
or,and a key fess-ways, wards down- Barnton (1866).
wards, in base of the third (ist and 4th Az. a chevron between three crosses
Hamilton Starke of
quarters).
-
patee or (2nd and 3rd quarters of 2nd
Troqueer Holm, co. Kirkcudbright and 3rd grand quarters). Crawford
(1885). POLLOK OF POLLOK (1852).
Az. a chevron between (three cres- Az. a chevron arg. between three
cents arg. 1 ) (2nd and 3rd quarters). suns in their splendour ppr. (3rd
PlTCAIRN OF PlTLOWER. quarter). RUSSELL OF Moncoffer
Az. a chevron between three crosses (1768).
patee or (2nd and 3rd quarters for Az. a chevron between two mullets
Barclay). Crawfurd of Kilbirnie in chief or and a unicorn rampant in

(2nd matric. 1694). base arg. (3rd quarter for Du Verne t).
Az. a chevron erm. between three Muirhead of Brediesholm (2nd
pheons, points upwards, arg., in chief a matric. 1842).
hunting-horn or (2nd and 3rd quarters). Az. a chevron between three crosses
James Moodie, Captain R.N. (1720). patee arg. (ist and 4th quarters of 3rd
(Az.) a chevron between three grand quarter for Barclay). LORD
crosses patee or (2nd and 3rd quar- Panmure (1831).
ters). Crawford of Jordanhill Gu. a chevron arg. between three
(2nd matric. 1763). mullets or. Aberdeen of Cairn-
Az. a chevron between three boars' bulg.
heads or, armed and langued gu., Gu. a chevron arg. between three
within a bordure counter-compony of mullets or. Bannatyne of Kames.
the second and first (2nd and 3rd Gu. a chevron arg. between three
quarters).Lieut.-Col. John Forbes, mullets or, within a bordure of the
second son of Skellater (1767). second. Bannatyne of Kellie.
Az. a chevron between three talbots' Gu. a chevron between three spear-
heads couped arg. (2nd and 3rd heads, points upwards, arg., a mullet
quarters). Wilson OF Glanderston for difference. Betson of Glasser-
(177 0- MONT.
Az. a chevron between three battle- Gu. a chevron between three spear-
axes arg. (2nd and 3rd quarters), heads with the points upwards arg.
all within a bordure arg. Gibson Betson of Kilrie.
Wright of Cliftonhall and Gu. a chevron between three fleurs
Kersey (1773). de lys or. Browne of Colston.
Az. a chevron erm. between three Gu. a chevron voided between three
pheons arg., within a bordure indented cinquefoils or. Cheisly OF KERSE-
1
From Nisbet, illegible in Register. well.
CHEVRON 35

Chevron — continued. Ch e vr on — contin ucd.


Gu. a chevron arg. between three Gu. a chevron engrailed or between
cranes' heads erased or. DENHOLM two cinquefoils in chief arg. and a
of West Shiells. hunting-horn in base of the last,
Gu. a chevron arg. between three garnished az. Alexander Duncan
cross crosslets fitchee or. DUDDING- of Parkhill (1809).
STON OF SANDFURD. Gu. a chevron erm. between three
Gu. a chevron or between two bay leaves slipped or. Lieut.-Col.
cinquefoils in chief and a hunting- John Noble, H.E.I. C.S. (1827).
horn base arg., garnished az.
in Gu. a chevron erm. between two
Duncan of Seaside. crescents in chief and a garb in base
Gu. a chevron between a saltire or, all within a bordure invected of the
inter two talbots' heads collared in last. Smith of Carbeth-Guthrie
chief and a sinister hand in base (1837).
couped arg., a mullet for difference. Gu. a chevron engrailed erm.
John Duncan, Aberdeen. between three crowns or,
antique
Gu. a chevron arg. between three within a bordure embattled of the last.
mullets in chief and a crescent in base Sir James Hope Grant, K.C.B.
or. KlRKALDY OF GRANGE. (1861).
Gu. a chevron invected arg. between Gu. a chevron or between three
three mullets in chief and a crescent horses' heads couped arg., bridled of
in base or. Kirkaldy of . . . the second. Corsar of Cairnie-
Gu. a chevron between three cres- hill (1866).
cents arg. Oliphant of Bachilton. Gu. a chevron erm. between two
Gu. a chevron crenelle between crescents in chief and a garb in base
three crescents arg. Oliphant OF or, within a bordure engrailed arg.
Clasbainy. William Smith of Skelmorlie
Gu. a chevron arg. between three Bank (1868).
daggers of the second, surmounted of Gu. a chevron arg. between three
as many wolves' heads couped or, mullets or (1st and 4th quarters).
tusked ppr. Skene of Easter- Bannatyne of that Ilk (1795).
fintray. Gu. a chevron erminois between two
Gu. a chevron counter-embattled cinquefoils in chief and a hunting-horn
between three mullets arg. Archi- in base arg., stringed az. (1st and 4th
bald Wilson, Bailie of Queensferry. quarters). BEVERIDGE DUNCAN OF
Gu. a chevron between three cinque- Damside (18 1 7).
foils arg., within a double tressure Gu. a chevron or between two
flory counter flory of the
-
second. cinquefoils in chief arg. and a hunting-
Fleming of Borde (1757). horn in base of the third, garnished
Gu. a chevron engrailed erm. or, stringed az., within a bordure of
between three antique crowns or. the second (1st and 4th quarters).
Grant of Glenlochy (1783). Morison - Duncan of Naughton
Gu. a chevron erm. between two (1876).
crescents in chief and a garb in base Gu. a chevron between three cres-
or. Smith of Craigend (1802). cents arg. (2nd quarter for Oliphant of
Gu. a chevron erm. between two Bachilton). LORD Elibank (1843).
crescents in chiefand a garb in base Gu. a chevron or between two
or, a bordure of the last. Smith of cinquefoils in chief and a hunting-horn
Craighead (1802). in base arg., garnished az., within a
Gu. a chevron erm. between two bordure of the second (2nd quarter).
crescents in chief and a garb in base Duncan-Morison of Naughton
or, a bordure engrailed of the last. (1853).
Smith of Jordanhill (1802). Gu. a chevron embattled between
36 CHEVRON
Chevron — continued. Chevron — co7itinucd.
three crescents arg. (2nd quarter for between three martlets of the second.
Oliphant). KlNLOCH OF KlNLOCH Houstoun of Calderhall (1799).
(1873)- Or, a chevron between two mullets in
Gu. a chevron arg. between three chief and a cross crosslet fitch ee in base
cranes' heads erased or (2nd and 3rd gu. Fettes of Wamphray (1804).
quarters). Denham Stewart of chevron gu. between three
Or, a
Coltness (18 10). bent bows with arrows drawn to the
Gu. a chevron between three fleurs head ppr. JOHN BOWMAN (1805).
de lys or (2nd and 3rd quarters). Or, a chevron nebuly between three
Earl of Dalhousie (1841). .
eagles displayed vert, within a bordure
Gu. a chevron between three fleurs az. Blewitt [impaled by Kirkpatrick-
de lys arg. (2nd and 3rd quarters). Hoiuaf\ (1861).
Brown Morison - of Finderlie Or, a chevron sa. between three
(1866; 2nd matriculation of same laurel leaves ppr. Robert Christi-
arms as Bronn-Morison, 1885). SON, M.D. (1864).
Or, a chevron engrailed between Or, a chevron az. between two spur-
three fleurs de lys sa. Browne of revels in chief and a lion's head erased
DOLPHINTON. in base gu. Cox of Clement Park,
Or, a chevron between three fusils Dundee (1866).
az. Leith of Overbarns. Or, a chevron embattled sa. between
Or, a chevron between three boars' three pheons gu., within a bordure of
heads erased az., within a bordure en- the second. GEORGE Armitstead,
grailed of the second. Rollo of M.P., merchant, Dundee (1868).
POWHOUSE. Or, a chevron chequy az. and arg.
Or, a chevron counter-embattled between three martlets sa., beaked gu.
between three water-bougets sa. ROSS Houstoun of Johnstone (1869).
of Gastoune. Or, a chevron sa. between two
a chevron chequy sa. and
Or, cocks respectant in chief gu. and a
arg. between three water-bougets of hunting-horn in base vert, garnished
the second in the honour point a and stringed of the third. JOHN
rose slipped gu., stalked and barbed Chetwood AlKEN, banker, Bristol
vert. Arthur Ross, Bishop of (1885).
Argyle. Or, a chevron indented sa. between

Or, a chevron chequy sa. and arg. two lions rampant gu. in chief and an
between three water - bougets, all escutcheon of the third in base. J.
within a bordure invected of the Balfour Paul, Lyon King of Arms
second. Ross of Nuik. (1891).
Or, a chevron az. between two Or, a chevron chequy sa. and arg.
scrougs (or branches wanting leaves) between three water-bougets of the
in chief and a man's heart in base second (1st and 4th quarters for Ross).
ppr. William Scrougie, Commis- Lord Ross.
sary of Argyle Or, a chevron az. between two sprigs
'Or, a chevron vair between two of withered oak in chief ppr. and a
roses in chief gu. and a ship in base heart in base gu. ( 1 st and 4th quarters
in full sail witli her streamers
fly- for Stmtli). William John Struth
ing, all ppr. Bogle of Daldowie (1811).
(1736). Or, a chevron gu. between three
Or, a chevron between two bows cross crosslets fitchee az. (1st and 4th
braced in chief gu. and a shakefork in MAXTONE GRAHAM OF
quarters).
-

base sa. Bowman of Ashenyards Cultoquhey (1861).


(1757). Or, a chevron sa. between a dexter
Or, a chevron chequy sa. and arg. hand couped fess-ways grasping a
CHEVRON 37

Chevron — continued. Chevron —continued.


man's heart pale-ways gu. in chief and boars' heads erased arg., within a
a galley, oars in saltire, in base of the bordure indented of the second.
second (2nd quarter). Mackintosh Robert Swinton.
of Kinrara. Sa. a chevron arg. between three
Or, a chevron chequy sa. and arg. escallops or. Captain Graham, heir
between three martlets of the second of Morphy (1733).
(2nd quarter). Stewart Nicholson Sa. a chevron chequy or and gu.
of Carnock (1792). between three cushions of the second,
Or, a chevron chequy sa. and arg. within a bordure of the last. Bris-
between three water - bougets of the bane of Milton (1793).
second (2nd and 3rd quarters for Sa. a chevron chequy or and gu.
Ross). Dalrymple of Stair. between three cushions of the second,
Or, a chevron between three bulls' a gold cross in the collar point.
heads couped sa. (2nd and 3rd Major - General Sir Thomas
quarters). George Stodart, Lon- Brisbane, K.C.B. (18 16).
don (1864). Sa. a chevron chequy or and az.
Or, a chevron gu. between three between three lions passant arg.
lions' gambs erect and erased az. (2nd Major Robert Warrand (1830).
and 3rd quarters for A us fin) over all ;
Sa. a chevron engrailed or be-
on an escutcheon of pretence Lake. tween three boars' heads couped arg.
John Austin Lake-Gloag (1866). Alexander Whitelaw, co. Lanark
Or, a chevron between three bulls' (1867).
heads couped sa., armed vert (2nd and Sa. a chevron or between two escal-
3rd quarters for TurnbulT). Robert lops in chief and a lion rampant in base
Riddle Stodart, Lyon Clerk Depute arg. William Carswell Lade,
(1871). merchant, Glasgow (1867).
Or, a chevron chequy sa. and arg. Sa. a chevron chequy or and gu.
between three water-bougets of the between three cushions pendant by
second ( 1 st and 4th quarters [for Ross] the corners of the second, on a chief
of 4th grand quarter). Earl of embattled arg. a ship of war under
Glasgow (1869). sail on the sea, between two forts, the
Sa. a chevron chequy or and gu. guns firing and the Dutch flag flying,
between three cushions of the second. all ppr. Brisbane of Brisbane
Brisben of Bishopston. (1881).
a chevron chequy or and gu.
Sa. Sa. a chevron or between three
between three cushions of the second, boars' heads erased arg., within a
within a bordure chequy arg. and bordure engrailed erm. (1st and 4th
of the first. Matthew Brisbane, quarters). Campbell Swinton of
M.D. Kimmerghame (1850).
a chevron chequy or and gu.
Sa. between three bears'
Sa. a chevron
between three cushions of the second, heads couped arg., muzzled gu. (2nd
within a bordure vairy. John Bris- and 3rd quarters for Leny). BUCHANAN
bane, Judge Advocate, R.N. OF ACHLESHIE AND ARNPRIOR
Sa. a chevron invected between (l8lo).
three crescents arg. Andrew Mar- Sa. a chevron between three griffins'
tin, Anstruther. heads erased or (2nd and 3rd quarters).
Sa. a chevron vairy between three Cortland Macgregor Skinner
crescents arg. Robert Martin, (1810).
Justice Clerk Depute. Sa. a chevron between three griffins'
Sa. a chevron between three mascles heads erased or (2nd and 3rd quarters
or. Mitchell of Alderston. for Skinner). Captain Cortland
Sa. a chevron or between three George Macgregor (1872).
38 CHEVRON
Chevron — continued. Chevron — continued.
Sa. a chevron between three griffins' ppr. Wedderburn of Blackness
heads erased or (2nd and 3rd quarters (2nd matric. 1705).
for Skinner)^ in the centre of the Arg. a chevron gu. between three
shield a crescent az. Captain Robert cross crosslets fitchee sa., in the middle
F. H. Macgregor (1872). chief a fleur de lys az.; on a chief erm.
between three griffins'
Sa. a chevron the representation of a French eagle
heads erased or (2nd and 3rd quarters and flag with the inscription " Uem-
for Skinner), all within a bordure pereur Napoleon an io$;ue Regiment
quarterly az. and or. Major Cort- dHnfanterie de ligne" thereon, and a
landt Alexander Macgregor sword disposed saltire-ways, and over
the same the word " Waterloo."
(1881).
Sa. a chevron between three griffins' Lieut.-Col. Alexander Kennedy
heads erased or (2nd and 3rd quarters Clark Kennedy, CB. (1839).
for Skinner), all within a bordure Arg. a chevron between three fleurs
quarterlyaz. and erm. Captain de lys gu., on a chief sa. three mullets
Francis Nugent Macgregor, R.A. or. James Stevenson, Edinburgh
(1883). (1863).
Sa. a chevron between three griffins' Arg. a chevron between three fleurs
heads erased or (2nd and 3rd quarters de lys gu., on a chief invected sa.
for Skinner), all within a bordure three mullets or. John James
quarterly az. and arg. Major Stevenson, architect, London (1872).
Philip Leighton Macgregor, R.A. Arg. a chevron between three fleurs
(1887). de lys gu., on a chief engrailed sa.
Vert, a chevron between three three mullets or. Alexander
cinquefoils in chief and a cross cross- Shannon Stevenson, co. Northum-
let fitchee in base arg. Mr. Theo- berland (1873). ,

dore Umphray, Minister of Nesting. Arg. a chevron between three fleurs


Vert, a chevron between two trefoils de lys gu., on a chief wavy sa. three
in chief and a fleur de lys in base mullets or. Archibald Stevenson,
arg. Plenderleith of Bylth co. Durham
(1873).
(1693)- Arg. a chevron between two fleurs
Vert, a chevron arg. between three de lys in chief and a cross flory in
roebucks in full course ppr. Rae OF base gu., on a chief sa. three mullets
Little Gov an (1758). or. James Stevenson, Glasgow
(4) Chevron between ... a chief . . .
(1885).
on a chief ... or in chief . . .
Arg. a chevron gu. between three
Arg. a chevron chequy gu. and of boars' heads erased az., on a chief of
the first between three hunting-horns the second a sphinx couchant or (1st
sa., in chief three gillyflowers of the and 4th quarters of 1st grand quarter).
second. Semple of Belltrees. Baillie of Lamington (1837).
Arg. a chevron between three fleurs Arg. a chevron gu. between three
de lys az., on a chief of the second boars' heads erased az., on a chief
three mullets of the first, within a wavy of the third a sphinx couchant
bordure gu. Stevenson of Mont- of the first (1st and 4th quarters
grenan. [for Cochrane~\ of 2nd grand quarter).
Arg. a chevron between three fleurs Lord Lamington (1880).
de lys az., on a chief of the second Arg. a chevron between three fleurs
three mullets of the first. Archibald de lys az., on a chief of the second
Stevenson, M.D. three mullets of the first (2nd and 3rd
Arg. a chevron between three quarters for Stevenson) ;
above the
roses gu., barbed vert, and in chief two quarters on a chief az. the representa-
branches of laurel disposed in saltire tion of the curtain of a fortification,
CHEVRON 39

Chevron — continued. Chevron — continued.


and above it the word "St. Sebastian," ppr. pierced by three passion nails of
and on a canton arg. a gold cross and the third. Mrs. Margaret Kerr
the badge of the Portuguese Order of (1893).
the Tower and Sword. Col. James Arg. on a chevron sa. an otter's
Stevenson Barns of Kirkhill head erased of the field (1st and 4th
(1816). quarters). LORD Balfour OF BUR-
Arg. a chevron between three fleurs LEIGH (1870).
de lys gu., on a chief sa. three mullets Arg. on a chevron sa. an otter's
arg. (2nd and 3rd quarters). Steven- head erased of the first (2nd and 3rd
son - Hamilton of Braidwood quarters for Balfour). BETHUNE OF
(1867). Balfour (1st matric. . .
., 2nd
Arg. a chevron gu. between three matric. 1837). Bethune of Nether-
pine apples ppr., a chief sa. (3rd tarvit. Bethune of Blebo.
quarter).Lady Mary Cristopher Arg. on a chevron sa. an otter's
Nisbet Hamilton [impaled by same head erased of the first (2nd and 3rd
arms] (1855). quarters), all within a bordure or.

Az. a chevron or between three Bethune of Bandon.


crosses patee arg., on a chief of the Arg. on a chevron sa. a selch's
second an elephant ppr., and over it head erased of the field, within a
the word " Assaye." Sir Robert bordure indented or (2nd and 3rd
Barclay, K.C.B., H.E.I.C.S. (18 16). quarters). Grizel Bethune, heiress
Az. a chevron between two fleurs of Longhermiston.
de lys in chief and a Camperdown Arg. on a chevron sa. an otter's

medal in base or, pendant from a head erased of the first (2nd and 3rd
ribbon of the first, fringed arg., with quarters for Balfour), all within a
the word " "
underneath bordure embattled or. Bethune of
Camperdown ;

on a chief a representation of the en- Kilconquhar (1835).


gagement of H.M.S. Venerable with Arg. on a chevron sa. an otter's
the Dutch Admiral's ship Vrylieid at head erased of the first (2nd and 3rd
the battle of Camperdown. Lieut.- quarters). Balfour- Kinnear of
Col. Henry Fairfax (1836). BlRSTANE, co. Orkney (1888).
Or, a chevron az. between two sprigs Az. on a chevron arg. three escal-
of withered oak in chief and a lops of the first. Pringle of
thistle in base ppr., on a chief paly of Clifton (1693).
six arg. and sa. three mullets, all Az. on a chevron erm. three escal-
counter - changed. John Struth, lops of the field. Pringle of
New South Wales (1857). Haining (173 1).
(5) On a Chevron . . . Az. on a chevron arg., ensigned with
Arg. on a chevron sa. an otter's a thistle or, three crescents of the first
head erased of the first. Balfour between as many writing pens full

of Grange. feathered of the second. James Pen-


Arg. on a chevron gu. three mullets man (1743)-
of the first. Langlands of that Az. on a chevron arg. three roses
Ilk. gu.(2nd and 3rd quarters). HOME
Arg. on a chevron sa. an otter's of Blackader.
head erased of the field. BALFOUR Az. on a chevron arg. three roses
of Ferny (1808). gu. (2nd and 3rd quarters for Black-

Arg. on a chevron sa. an otter's ader), all within a bordure or. Hume
head erased of the field. Balfour of Carsrigg.
of Trenaby (1843). Gu. on a chevron arg. three mullets
Arg. on a chevron az. three mullets of the first. Lord Jedburgh.
or, on a canton erm. a man's heart Gu. on a chevron arg. three mullets
40 CHEVRON

Chevron — con finned. Chevron — continued.


of the field, within a bordure chequy of tween two lioncels combatant of the
the second and first. Ker of Cavers. first (1st and 4th quarters of 3rd grand
Gu. on a chevron arg. a rose between quarter). Lord Polwarth (1836).
two lioncels combatant of the first, in Lozengy arg. and az. on a chevron
base a buckle in the form of a man's or a thistle vert between two torteaux.
heart of the second. HEPBURN OF Begg of Sunbury Place, co.
Blackcastle. Middlesex (1858).
Gu. on a chevron arg. a rose be- Or, on a chevron sa. an otter's
tween two lioncels combatant of the head erased of the field, within a bor-
first,
in base a star-stone ppr. GEORGE dure gu. Captain John Adrian
Hepburn, M.D. Balfour, U.S. (1782).
Gu. on a chevron arg. a rose be- Or, on a chevron az. a garb of the
tween two lions affrontee (comba- first, in chief two stars gu. Arkley
tant ?) of the field, within a bordure of Dunninauld (1825).
erm. Hepburn of Clerkington Or, on a chevron sa. three mascles
(1767). of the first (1st and 4th quarters).
Gu. on a chevron arg. three mullets Learmonth of Balcomie.
of the field, within a bordure of the Or, on a chevron sa. three lozenges
second. Kerr of Boughtrig(i787). of the first (1st and 4th quarters), all
Gu. on a chevron arg. three shields within a bordure az. John LivinG-
of the field. Wardrop of Torbane- stone-Learmonth, London (1870).
HILL (1788). Or, on a chevron sa. three lozenges
Gu. on a chevron arg. three fraises of the first ( 1 st and 4th quarters), all
az. Fleming of Clayquhat, co. within a bordure wavy az. Andrew
Perth (1877). James Livingstone -
Learmonth,
Gu. on a chevron cotised arg. three Colony of Victoria (1870).
mullets of the field. John Kerr, Or, on a chevron sa. three lozenges
writer, Glasgow (1880). of the first (1st and 4th quarters), all
Gu. on a chevron arg. a rose be- within a bordure engrailed az. Thomas
tween two lioncels combatant of the Livingstone-Learmonth (1870).
first (1st and 4th quarters). Hep- Or, on a chevron sa. three lozenges
burne of Humbie. of the first ( 1 st and 4th quarters), all
Gu. on a chevron arg. a rose be- within a bordure invected az. Somer-
tween two lions combatant of the first ville Livingstone -
Learmonth,
(1st and 4th quarters). Buchan- Colony of Victoria (1870).
Hepburn of Smeaton (181 5). Vair, on a chevron gu. three besants,
Gu. on a chevron arg. three mullets a chief gyronny of eight or and sa.
of the field, within a bordure chequy James Hozier, advocate (1824).
of the second and first (1st and 4th (6) On a Chevron and in base
. . . . . .

quarters). Captain R. Riddell Arg. on a chevron sa., ensigned on


Carre (1828). the top with a cross patee gu., a cres-
Gu. on a chevron arg. a rose be- cent of the first, and in base a man's
tween two lioncels counter-rampant of heart ppr. Methven of Craig-
the field (1st and 4th quarters of 2nd lownie.
and 3rd grand quarters). Ramsay of Az. on a chevron arg. three escal-
Wauchtoun. lops of the first, and in base a mullet

Gu. on a chevron arg. three mullets or. Pringle of Crichton (1743).


of the field (2nd and 3rd quarters), all Gu. on a chevron arg. three mullets
within a bordure quarterly arg. and of the first, and in base a stag's
or. Rev. Beauchamp K. W. Kerr head erased or, all within a bordure
Pearse (1891). invected of the second. Ker of Sun-
Gu. on a chevron arg. a rose b derlandhall (1st matric.)
CHEVRON 4i

Chevron — continued. Che vr on — con/in ucd.


Gu. on a chevron arg. three mullets Arg. on a chevron sa. between
of the field, in base a stag's head three torteaux a martlet of the first,
erased or, gutte de sang. Ker of beaked and membered gu. Blair
Sunderland Hall (2nd matric.) of Lethintie.
Gu. on a chevron arg. two mullets Arg. on a chevron gu. between three
az., in base a fusil of the second. mullets az. a galley sa. Brodie of
Kerr of Gallowhill (1867). Leithen.
Gu. on a chevron arg. a rose be- Arg. on a chevron gu. between three
tween two lioncels combatant of the mullets az. a stag's head cabossed or.
field, and in base a buckle in form of Brodie of Mayne.
a man's heart of the second (1st and Arg. on a chevron gu. between three
4th quarters). Hepburn of Inver- mullets az. a lion rampant of the first.
may (1804). Brodie of Mylntoun.
Gu. on a chevron arg. three mul- Arg. on a chevron gu. between three
lets of the first, in base a stag's head mullets az. a horse salient ppr. Brodie
erased or, gutte de sang (2nd and 3rd OF ROSTHORN.
quarters). Plummer OF MiDDLE- Arg. on a chevron gu. between three
STEAD (2nd matric. 1773). mullets az. the sun in his splendour
Gu. on a chevron arg. a rose be- or. Brodie of Spynie.
tween two lions combatant of the field, Arg. on a chevron gu. between three
in base a buckle in the form of a heart mullets az. an anchor ppr. Captain
of the second ( 1 st and 4th quarters of David Brodie.
4th grand quarter). Forbes OF Arg. on a chevron engrailed between
PlTSLIGO (3rd matric. 1865). three mullets sa. a sealch's head erased
Sa. on a chevron arg. three cres- of the first. Balfour of Balbirnie.
cents vert, in base an open boat, oars Arg. a chevron gu. surmounted of
in action, in a sea ppr. M'Nab of another erm. between three laurel slips
that Ilk (1765). vert. Cowper (Cooper) of Gogar.
Sa. on a chevron arg. a crescent Arg. on a chevron sa. between three
between an increscent and a decres- boars' heads erased gu. an episcopal
cent vert, and in base an open boat, mitre of the first. Elphinstone of
oars in action, in a sea ppr., within a Glack.
bordure engrailed or. Macnab of Arg. on a chevron sa. between three
Dundurn (1856). boars' heads erased gu. a crescent of
Vert, on a chevron arg. three mul- the first, surmounted of another of the
lets gu., and in base a unicorn's head second. William Elphinstone,
erased of the second (1st and 4th brother to Calderhall.
quarters). Ker of Littledean. Arg. on a chevron sa. between three
Vert, on a chevron arg. three mul- boars' heads erased gu. an episcopal
lets gu., in base a unicorn's head erased mitre of the within a bordure
first,
of the second (
1 st and 4th quarters), of the third. James Elphinstone
all within a bordure arg. Ker of of . .
., W.S.
Moriston. Arg. on a chevron az. between three
(7)On a Chevron between . . . roses gu. two swords, points down-
Arg. on a chevronaz. between three wards, conjoined at the pommels of the
trefoilsslipped vert as many mullets first. David Findlay. . . .

of the first, all within a bordure sa. Arg. on a chevron between three
Archibald Alves. roses (gu. ?) two swords of the
. . .

Arg. on a chevron gu. between three points downwards, and conjoined


first,
flames of fire (ppr.) a lion rampant, at the pommels. Quintin Finlay,
accompanied with two mullets of the writer, Edinburgh.
field. Backie of Tankerness. Arg. on a chevron between three
42 CHEVRON
Chevron — continued. Chevron — continued.
laurel leaves vert as many plates. lys or. Kennedy of Auchtyfardel
Foulis of Ratho. (1752).
Arg. on a chevron az. between three Arg. on a chevron gu. between three
otters sa., each devouring a salmon oak trees eradicated vert as many
of the second, as many pheons or. besants. Spottiswood of Duni-
Grace Graden, heiress of Earn- PACE (1758).
shavv. Arg. on a chevron az. between three
Arg. on a chevron between three roses gu. two swords, points down-
boars' heads erased az. a man's heart wards, conjoined at the pommels of the
ppr., within a fetterlock or. LoCK- first, within a bordure of the second.
HART OF KlRKTON. Robert Finlay, Stockholm (1755).
Arg. on a chevron voided gu. be- Arg. on a chevron indented sa. be-
tween two fleurs de lys in chief and a tween a rose in chief gu. and a saltire
unicorn's head couped in base a pheon az. in base an otter's head erased
sa. George Main, Edinburgh. of the first. Balfour of Pilrig
Arg. on a chevron gu. between three (1760).
boars' heads erased sa. as many Arg. on a chevron betweentwo
cinquefoils of the field, in the honour eagles in chief beaked and mem-
sa.,

point a thistle slipped vert. NlSBET bered gu., and a buck's head erased
OF Dirleton (ist matric. . .
.)
in base of the last a cross crosslet

Arg. on a chevron indented gu. fitchee between two mullets or. Reid
between three goats' heads erased sa. of Blegbie (1767).
as many cinquefoils of the first. Elias Arg. on a chevron between three
Nisbet, merchant, Bourdeaux. mullets gu. a heart pierced with a
Arg. on a chevron gu. between three spear of the field. Wilson of Soon-
oak trees vert a boar's head couped hope (1771).
of the field. Spotswood of Grum- Arg. on a chevron engrailed between
STAIN. two bears' heads erased in chief sa.,
Arg. on a chevron between three muzzled of the field, and a dagger in
roses gu., barbed vert, a crescent of the base, point upwards, hilted and pom-
first. Wedderburn of Blackness melled or, three square padlocks of
(ist matric.) the first. Speid of Ardovie (1772).
Arg. on a chevron az. between two Arg. on a chevron gu. between three
horses with packs corded in chief ppr. stalks of wheat ppr. a rose of the
and an anchor in base gu. a sheep field. Thomas Cheap (1773).
without horns of the first. Wilson Arg. a chevron gu. charged with a
OF Kelton. chrevronel erm. between three triple-
Arg. on a chevron between three leaved slips of laurel ppr. Sir Grey
mullets gu. a talbot's head erased of Cooper (1776).
the first. David Wilson, merchant, Arg. on a chevron gu. between three
Edinburgh. boars' heads erased az., langued of the
Arg. on a chevron between two field, an antique crown or. John
crescents in chief and a sinister hand Joseph Abercrombie, planter, South
couped in base gu. two mullets of the Carolina (1778).
field, within a bordure engrailed of the Arg. on a chevron engrailed sa. be-
second. James Stephen, Keeper of tween three mullets gu. an otter's
H.M. Councill Thesaury, etc. (1720?). head erased of the field. BALFOUR
Arg. on a chevron gu. between three of Dunbog (1779).
fleurs de lys az. a crescent or. Wal- Arg. on a chevron gu. between three
ter Sydeserf, Antigua (1740). tadpoles sa. a martletor, within a bor-

Arg. on a chevron gu. between three dure engrailed az. Russell of


cross crosslets fitchee sa. a fleur de ASHIESTIEL (1784).
CHEVRON 43

Chevron — continued. Chevron — continued.


Arg. on a chevron sa. between three Arg. on a chevron sa. between three
boars' heads erased gu. an episcopal water-bougets of the second as many
mitre or. ALEXANDER ELPHINSTONE, mullets or, all within a bordure erm.
advocate (1793). Fairlie of Holmes (1849).
Arg. on a chevron az. between three Arg. on a chevron az. between two
roses gu., barbed vert, two swords spur-revels in chief and a hunting-horn
(ppr.) conjoined at the pommels, with- in base sa. three fleurs de lys of the
in a bordure engrailed of the third. field. Burns of Bloomhill (1856).
FlNLAY OF WALLYFORD (1794 ?). Arg. on a chevron gu. between three
Arg. on a chevron sa. between three cross crosslets fitchee sa. a spur-revel
mullets gu. an otter's head erased of between two lions counter-passant or.

the field. John Balfour (1799). Kennedy of Underwood (1850).


Arg. on a chevron gu. between three Arg. on a chevron between two
branches of rowan tree ppr. as many roses in chief and a double-headed
crescents or. Thomas Rodie, mer- eagle displayed in base gu. two swords,
chant, Liverpool (1808). points downwards, of the first. Find-
Arg. on a chevron gu. between two lay of Easterhill (185 1
).

boars' heads erased in chief and a Arg. on a chevron sa. between three
mullet between two cross crosslets lions passant gu. an otter's head
fitchee in base az. a boar's head couped erased of the field. GEORGE Edmond
of the first, within a bordure of the Balfour, merchant, Manchester
third, charged with three mascles of (1854).
the field. Cochran of Ashkirk Arg. on a chevron engrailed gu.
(2nd matric. 181 3). between two eagles displayed in chief

Arg. on a chevron gu. between three and a galley, oars in action, in base
oak trees eradicated vert a boar's head sa. three hearts of theArchi- first.

couped or. SPOTTISWOOD OF THAT bald Bulloch, merchant, Glasgow


Ilk (1814). (1856).
Arg. on a chevron sa. between three Arg. on a chevron gu. between two
boars' heads erased gu. a mitre or, goshawks belled in chief sa. and a
within a bordure of the third. Elphin- demi-lion of the second issuant out of
STONE on an escutcheon of pretence the base wavy az. an elephant's head

over D alrymple Horn Elphinstone couped or between two besants.


of Logie-Elphinstone (1828). John Jarvie, merchant, Singapore
Arg. on chevron gu. between
a (1856).
three lions' heads erased sa. as many Arg. on a chevron between three
besants. Robert Buchan, Edin- roses gu., barbed vert, a crescent of
burgh (1835). the first, within a bordure of the
Arg. on a chevron engrailed sa. second. John Wedderburn,
between three mullets gu. an otter's H.E.I.C.S. (1857).
head erased of the first. Lieut.-Col. Arg. on a chevron sa. between a
W. Stewart Balfour (1837). lion passant az. in chief and a raven
Arg. on a chevron between three of the second in base a tower of the
boars' heads couped gu. as many field. Mackie of Auchencairn
besants. Peter Fairbairn, Leeds (1863).
(1839). Arg. on a chevron sa. between two
Arg. on a chevron indented sa. roses in chief gu., barbed vert, and in
between a rose in chief gu. and a base two writing pens full feathered
saltire couped az. in base an otter's in saltire of the third, a raven or be-
head erased of the field, all within a tween two lions' heads erased of the
bordure of the third. John Lewis first. Morton of Belmont (1863).
Balfour, Russia (1842). Arg. on a chevron az. between three
44 CHEVRON

Chevron — con tin i/ed. Chevron —con tin ued.


moors' heads sa., banded or, three Arg. on a chevron engrailed be-
crescents of the last. Morris OF tween three mullets gu. an in-

Craig (2nd matric. 1863). crescent of the first (1st and 4th
Arg. on a chevron az. between two quarters). WlLSON OF GLANDERSTON
fleurs de lys in chief of the second and (1770-
a lighthouse in base ppr. three mullets Arg. on a chevron invected gu.
of the first. Alan Stevenson, C.E. between three ears of rye slipped and
(1865). bladed ppr. a cross moline of the
Arg. on a chevron between three first ( 1 st and 4th
quarters). Riddell
boars' heads couped gu. as many OF ARDNAMURCHAN (1st matric.
besants. William
Fairbairn, 1775)-
LL.D., Ardwick, Manchester (1869)., Arg. on a chevron gu. between
Arg. on a chevron between three three hunting-horns vert, stringed oi
trefoils slipped vert as many hunting- the second, an annulet or (1st and 4th
horns of the first. GiLMOUR OF quarters). Hunter Blair of Dun-
South Walton (1869). SKEY (1st matric.
1786, quarterings
Arg. on a chevron invected between reversed by 2nd matric. 1850).
three trefoils slipped vert as many Arg. on a chevron gu., ensigned on
hunting-horns of the first. GiLMOUR the top with a thistle ppr., between
OF Eaglesham (187 1
).
three boars' heads erased sa. as many
Arg. on a chevron az. between two cinquefoils of the first (1stand 4th
crescents in chief and a dexter hand quarters). Hamilton Nisbet of
appaume couped in base gu. three Dirleton (1801).
mullets of the Stephen OF
first. Arg. on a chevron indented sa.

Linthouse, Lanark (1877).


co. between a rose in chief gu. and a
Arg. on a chevron nebuly gu. be- saltire in base az. an otter's head
tween three fountains as many eagles erased of the field (1 stand 4th quarters).
rising ppr. Sykes on an escutcheon Balfour - Melville of Strath-
of pretence over Mitchell (1886). kiness, co. Fife (1883).
Arg. on a chevron az. between three Arg. on a chevron sa. between
hunting-horns vert, garnished and three boars' heads erased gu. a
stringed gu., a crescent of the first. mitre or, within a bordure of the
William Francis and Andrew third (2nd quarter). James Dal-
Alexander Hunter (1889). rymple Horn Elphinstone (1790).
Arg. on a chevron gu. between three Arg. on a chevron between three
mullets az. a galley ppr., within a bor- laurel leaves vert as many plates
dure engrailed of the second. Brodie (2nd quarter). Christie of Riddry
OF Idvies, co. Forfar (1892). [impaling Dwyer\ ( 1 8 1 8).
Arg. on a chevron between three Arg. on a chevron gu. between
mullets gu. a crescent of the first three cross crosslets fitchee sa. a
(1st and 4th quarters). Wilson of fleur de lys or, within a double
West Wickham, co. Kent (1762). tressure flory counter - flory of the
Arg. on a chevron invected gu. be- second (2nd quarter). Hunter
tween three ears of rye slipped and Blair of Blairquhan (1827).
bladed vert a cross moline of the field Arg. on a chevron gu. ensigned
(1st and 4th quarters). Riddell of with a thistle ppr. between three
Riddell-lodge (1765). boars' heads erased sa. as many
Arg. on a chevron gu. between three cinquefoils of the first (2nd quarter).
ears of rye slipped and bladed vert a Lady Mary Cristopher Nisbet
mullet of the field ( 1st and 4th quar- Hamilton [impaled by the same
ters). George Riddell, M.D., heir-
arms] (1855).
male of Kinglass (1765). Arg. on a chevron gu., ensigned
CHEVRON 45

Chevron — continued. Chevron — continued.


on the top with a thistle ppr., be- otters' heads erased in chief and a
tween three boars' heads erased sa. as salmon naiant in base ppr. three
many cinquefoils of the first
(2nd mullets gu. Fisher of Newhall.
quarter for Nisbcf) ;
on an escutcheon Az. on a chevron between three
of pretence over Nisbet-Hamilton- bears' heads couped muzzled gu.,
arg.,
.Ogilvy of Biel (1888). a man's heart ppr. between two
Arg. on a chevron sa. between daggers of the first, pommelled or.
three boars' heads erased gu., armed Forbes of Balfluig.
of the second, a crescent of the first Az. on a chevronbetween three
(2nd and 3rd quarters). Hamilton bears' heads couped muzzled and
arg.,
OF INVERDOVAT. ringed gu., as many unicorns' heads
Arg. on a chevron gu. between erased sa. Forbes of Culloden.
three hunting-horns vert, stringed of Az. on a chevron between three
the second, an annulet or (2nd and bears' heads couped arg., muzzled gu.,
3rd quarters). HUNTER BLAIR OF a man's heart ppr. FORBES OF
DUNSKEY (1850). MONYMUSK.
Arg. on a chevron engrailed gu. Az. on a chevron or betwixt three
between two griffins rampant in chief besants a bay leaf slipped vert. Earl
az. and a fleur de lys in base of the of Hopetoun.
second a garb between two crescents Az. on a chevron or between three
or (2nd and 3rd quarters). FORSYTH- besants a bay leaf slipped vert.
Brown of Whitsome- Newton John Hope of Hopetoun.
(1S56). Az. on a chevron or between three
Arg. on a chevron engrailed sa. besants a rose slipped gu. Sir
between three stars wavy gu. an Alexander Hope of Granton.
otter'shead erased of the first Az. on a chevron or between three
(2nd and 3rd quarters). Balfour besants three pales (pallets) gu. Sir
Stewart of Arbigland (1869). William Hope of Granton.
Arg. on a chevron
sa. between two Az. on a chevron or between three
each charged with a martlet
pellets, besants a roebuck courant of the
of the first in chief and an oak first. Hope of Kerse.
wreath in base ppr., three escallops Az. on a chevron arg. between
or, within a bordure engrailed vert two holly leaves in chief ppr. and a
(2nd and 3rd quarters). Hamond- unicorn's head erased of the second,
Graeme of Holly Grove, co. Berks. horned or, three mullets gu. KER
(1873). of Knock.
Argent, a chevron gu. charged with Az. on a chevron between three
a chevronel erm. between three triple- mascles or a boar's head erased of
leaved slips of laurel ppr. (3rd the field, a fleur de lys of the second
quarter). Fergusson of Isle (sic). KlNLOCH OF GOURDIE.
(1788). Az. on a chevron wavy between
Arg. a chevron gu. surmounted of three bears' heads couped arg., muzzled
another erm. between three laurel gu., a stag's head erased between two
slips vert, all within a bordure chequy hands holding daggers, all ppr.
of the first and az. (4th quarter). Patrick Macky, London.
Cooper of Failford (2nd matric. Az. on a chevron between three
1852). escallops arg. a boar's head couped
Az. on a chevron arg. between sa. and two spur-revels gu. Moul-
three boars' heads couped or a mullet trie of Rescobie.
of the first. Mr. David Ferguson, Az. on a chevron between three
minister at Strickmartine. talbots' heads erased arg. two lozenges
Az. on a chevron arg. between two of the first. Philip of Ormiston.
46 CHEVRON

Chevron —continued. Chevron — continued.


Az. on a chevron wavy between Az. on a chevron or, accompanied
three fleurs de lys or a thistle slipped by three bears' heads couped arg.,
vert. William Brown, Dantzig muzzled gu., a buck'shead erased of
(1693). the last between two hands couped
Az. on a chevron wavy between holding daggers, both ppr., all within
three lions' heads erased or, gutte a bordure of the third. Major-Gen.
de sang, as many mullets of the The Hon. Alexander Mackay
field. Gavin Plummer, merchant, (1773)-
Edinburgh (1695). Az. on chevron between three
a
Az. on a chevron between three bears' headscouped arg., muzzled gu.,
lions' heads erased or, gutte de a man's head (heart ?) between two
sang, as many mullets of the field. daggers of the first. Forbes of
Plummer of Middlestead (1st Alford (1783).
matric. 1698). Az. on a chevron between three
Az. on a chevron between three boars heads' couped or a buckle gu.
boars' heads couped or a hand grasp- between two mullets of the field

ing a sheaf of arrows ppr., all within James Ferguson, London (1785).
a bordure of the second, charged with Az. on a chevron or between two
eight crescents gu. GORDON of mullets in chief and a pheon in
Gordonbank, Berwick (1726).
co. base arg. a fieur de lys gu. David-
Az. on a chevron between three roses son of MuiRHOUSE (1st and 2nd
arg. as many thistles vert. Paisley matrics. 1786, 3rd do. 1795).
of Craig (1747). Az. on a chevron erm. between three
Az. on a chevron arg. between boars' heads erased or a stag's head
three boars' heads couped or a buckle erased gu. GORDON OF MlLRlG
between two falcons of the first. (1807).
Ferguson of Kinnaird (1762). Az. on a chevron arg. between three
Az. on a chevron arg. between two sunflowers slipped ppr. as many
mascles in chief of the second and a buckles of the first. John Carstairs,
boar's head erased in ba. e or, a mullet London (18 10).
gu., a crescent for difference. Kin- Az. on a chevron between two
LOCH OF KlLLRIE (1764). swans in chief and a lion passant
Az. on a chevron or, accompanied guardant in base arg. a heart ppr.
by three bears' heads couped arg. between two falconers' gloves sa.,
muzzled gu., a roebuck's head erased tasselled gu. James Swan, W.S.
between two hands holding daggers, (1828).
all ppr., within a bordure engrailed of Az. on a chevron arg. between a
the second. vEneas Mackay (1765). ship in full sail or, placed between a
Gu. on a chevron arg. between two cross crosslet fitchee and a palm tree
spur-revels in chief and a halbert in eradicated fess-ways in chief of the
base or three ravens ppr. Syme of second, and the figure of Commerce
CULLOCH (1766). in base of the third, three roses gu.
Az.on a chevron between three Michael M'Chlery, merchant, Lon-
bears' heads couped arg., muzzled gu., don (1840).
as many unicorns' heads erased sa., Az. on a chevron arg. between a
within a bordure of the second. bull's head erased and two acorns in
Captain Forbes, R.N.B. Dragoons chief or, and a key fess-ways, wards
(1767). downwards, in base of the thiid, a
Az. on a chevron or between three martlet between two cinquefoils gu.
besants a crescent gu., charged with James Starke, advocate (1848).
an annulet of the second. Oliver Az. on a chevron arg. between three
Hope (i 767). open cups, each within two branches
CHEVRON 47

Chevron — continued. Chevron — continued.


of laurel conjoined at the top or, a Az. on a chevron between three
saltire of the first. Thomas Sellar, fleurs de lys or a crescent gu. (1st
merchant, Liverpool (i860). and 4th quarters). JAMES Adam
Az. on a chevron arg. between two M'Kerrell Brown, C.A, Edinburgh
fleurs de lys in chief and a mascle in (1887).
base or three cinquefoils sa. The Az. on a chevron between three
Rev. R. Brown-Borthwick, London bears' heads couped arg., muzzled gu.,
(1868). a man's heart ppr. between two daggers
Az. on a chevron arg. between three of the first, pommelled or (1st and 4th
mascles or as many cinquefoils vert. quarters [for Forbes of Balfluig\ of 2nd
Purvis of Kinaldy (1868). grand quarter). Forbes-Leith of
Az. on a chevron arg. between three Fyvie (1889).
covered cups or as many crosses Erm. on a chevron engrailed
moline round-pierced gu. Shaw of between three mullets gu. as many
Elm wood (1 87 1 ). garbs or. Baxter of Kincaldrum
Az. on a chevron between three (1855)-
lions' heads erased arg. as many Erm. on a chevron engrailed between
cinquefoils of the Mrs. Joseph-
first. three mullets gu. as many garbs or,
ine Gillespie Stainton of Biggar- within a bordure of the second.
shiels (1873). Baxter of Kilmaron (1862).
Az. on a chevron arg. between three Erm. on a chevron between three
bears' heads couped of the last, anchors az. as many escallops arg.
muzzled gu., a heart ppr. (1st quarter (2nd and 3rd quarters). John
for Forbes of Monymusk). Forbes Taylor Gordon, M.D. (1837).
OF PlTSLlGO (3rd matric. 1865). Gu. on a chevron between three
Az. on a chevron between three cinquefoils in chief arg. and a hunting-
lions' heads erased or, gutte de sang, horn in base of the same, tipped and
as many martlets of the field (1st and garnished az., three buckles of the
4th quarters). Plummer OF Middle- third. Duncan of Ardownie.
STEAD (1st matric. 1698). Gu. on a chevron between a cres-
Az. on a chevron arg. between three cent in chief and a buckle in base
bears' heads couped of the last, arg. a rose between two lioncels
muzzled gu., a heart ppr. (1st and 4th combatant of the first. Hepburn of
quarters). FORBES OF PlTSLlGO Keith.
(2nd matric. 1783). Gu. on a chevron between three
Az. on a chevron or between three cinquefoils arg. a buckle az. between
besants a bay leaf slipped vert (1st two ermine spots, within a bordure
and 4th quarters) over all on an
;
of the second charged with eight
escutcheon of pretence Weir. Hope trefoilsslipped vert. Hamilton of
Weir of Craigiehall (1st matric. Binning.
I
737)- As Hope Vere without the Gu. on a chevron between a cres-

escutcheon (2nd matric. 1 8 1
5, and 3rd cent in chief arg. and a stag's head in
matric. 1846). base erased or three mullets of the
Az. on a chevron between three first, all within a bordure az. Ker OF
boars' heads couped or a hand grasp- Chatto.
ing a sheaf of arrows ppr. (1st and 4th Gu. on a chevron arg. between a
quarters). HAY-GORDON OF AVOCHIE crescent in chief of the second and a
(1858). stag's head in base or three mullets
Az. on a chevron or between three of the first. Ker of Greenhead.
besants a bay leaf slipped vert, within Gu. on a chevron between three
a bordure arg. ( 1 st and 4th quarters). wolves' heads erased arg., armed and
Hope of Luffness (1886). langued az., a billet of the field.
48 CHEVRON

Chevron — continued. Chevron — continued.


Alexander Robertson, Town Clerk, horn in base or, stringed and viroled
Aberdeen. vert, three escutcheons of the field.
Gu. on a chevron between three George Duncan, Comptroller of

cinquefoils arg. as many buckles Taxes (1786).


az. Hamilton of Littlepreston Gu. on a chevron embattled between
(1673). a fleur de lys in chief and a martlet in
on a chevron between three
Gu. base arg. three mullets of the field.
cinquefoils erm. a buckle az., all within Col. James Kerr, H.E.I.C.S. (1806).
a bordure embattled or, charged with Gu. on a chevron between three
eight thistles vert, flowered of the first. cinquefoils arg. a boar's head couped
Col. George Hamilton, second son of the first, in the middle chief point
of Reidhouse (1694). an annulet or. Hamilton of Bar-
Gu. on a chevron arg. between a dowie (18 10).
fleur de lys in chief and a martlet in Gu. on a chevron between three
base of the second three mullets of escallops in chief and a dolphin in
thefield. William Kerr, physician, base arg. as many trefoils slipped az.,
Northampton (1737). within a bordure engrailed of the
Gu. on a chevron between three second. Edward Earl (181 1).
fleursde lys or a thistle ppr., within Gu. on a chevron between three
a bordure wavy of the second. Brown wolves' heads erased arg. a boar's
of Long Itchington (1742). head erased of the first. Robertson
Gu. on a chevron between two of Loganhouse (
i
83 i).
mullets in chief or and a lion ram- Gu.on a chevron between two
pant in base arg. three cross crosslets claricords in chief and a galley, sails
fitcheeaz. WardrobeofCult(i76i). furled and oars in action, in base or, a
Gu. on a chevron arg. between three thistle ppr. James Arthur, M.D.
fleurs de lys or a crescent of the first (1837).
between two mullets az., all within a Gu. on a chevron or between six
bordure of the last. Rev. Richard arrows in chief, three and three, points
Brown, Bute (1763). upwards, two saltire-ways and one in
Gu. on a chevron between three pale, plumed and banded arg., and in
fleurs de lys or a crescent of the first base a hunting-horn stringed of the
between two martlets az., all within third, an elephant's head couped sa.

a bordure wavy arg. Brown of Inverarity of Rosemount (1840).


Ellieston (1769). Gu. on a chevron arg. between two
Gu. on a chevron arg. between two spur-revels in chief and a halbert in
spur-revels in chief or and a castle of base or a boar's head erased between
the second masoned sa. in base, three two hands, each holding a dagger
mullets of the first. Alexander ppr. Sim of Coombe Wood, co.

Kincaid, Lord Provost of Edinburgh Surrey (1858).


(1776). Gu. on a chevron between three
Gu. on a chevron between three fleurs de lys or a mural crown of the
fleurs de lys or a garb vert, banded first, within a bordure embattled
of the
az. Brown of Newhall (
1 st matric. second. Sir George Brown, G.C.B.
1781, 2nd do. 1827). (i860).
Gu. on a chevron engrailed between Gu. on a chevron between three
three wolves' heads erased arg. a cinquefoils arg. a buckle az., all within

cinquefoil az. George Robinson a bordure or, charged with eight


(Robertson ?),
Provost of Banff thistles vert (1st and 4th quarters for

(1785). Hamilton). Earl of Haddington


Gu. on a chevron between two (1st matric.)
cinquefoils in chief arg. and a hunting- Gu. on a chevron between three
CHEVRON 49

Chevron —continued. Chevron — contin ued.


fleurs de lys or a ship, sails furled, the first between two besants. An-
sa., within a bordure of the second drew Bogle (1806).
(i st and 4th quarters). Brown of Or, on a chevron az. between three
Waterhaughs (1806). griffins' heads erased gu. as many
Gu. on a chevron between a cres- roses arg., barbed vert. David
cent in chief arg. and a stag's head DREVER, Orkney (1809).
erased in base or three mullets of the Or, on a chevron az. between three
first, within a bordure az. (1st and 4th water-bougets sa. as many boars'
auarters). SCOTT Kerr OF CHATTO heads couped of the field. Alexander
(i837). Ross of Kintore (18 10).
T
Gu. on a chevron between three Or, a chevron gu. surmounted by
fleurs de lys or a pellet between two another erm. between three laurel
mullets sa. (1st and 4th quarters). leaves slipped vert. Robert Couper,
Forsyth - Brown of Whitsome- physician, Wigtown (18 14).
Newton (1856). Or, on a chevron between two
Gu. on between three
a chevron mullets in chief and a crescent in base
cinquefoils arg. a buckle az. between az. a besant. William Scott, banker,
two ermine spots, within a bordure or, Madras (1829).
charged with eight thistles vert (1st Or, on a chevron az. between two
and 4th quarters of 1st and 4th grand horses' heads couped in chief and a

quarters). Earl of Haddington crescent in base gu. three mullets arg.


(2nd matric. 1859). David Croall of Southfield, co.

Or, on a chevron sa. between two Midlothian (1875).


trefoils in chief vert and a lion ram- Or, on a chevron az. between
pant in base gu. an otter's head three crescents gu. a stag's head
erased arg., langued of the fourth. erased of the first. James Bracken-
Balfour of Forret. ridge Strathy, London (1882).
Or, on a chevron sa. between two Or, on a chevron sa. between three
trefoils in chief and a garb in base laurel leaves ppr. a mullet of the first.

vert, banded of the first, an otter's John Christison, W.S. (1890).


head erased arg. BALFOUR OF Ran- Or, on a chevron sa. between two
DERSTON. trefoilsslipped in chief and a garb
Or, on a chevron counter-embattled in base vert, banded of the first,
between three water-bougets sa. a an otter's head erased arg. (2nd
thistle slipped of the field,
accompanied quarter for Balfour of Randerstoun).
with two cinquefoils erm. ROSS OF Paterson- Balfour -Hay of Leys
PORTIVOE. and Carpow (2nd matric. 1872).
Or, on a chevron between three Or, on a chevron sa. between two
fleurs de lys az. a besant. Brown trefoilsin chief and a garb in base
OF BONNYTOWN (1721). vert, banded of the first, an otter's
Or, on a chevron az. between two head erased arg. (2nd and 3rd
roses in chief and an anchor pale-ways quarters for Balfour of Randerstouii).
in base gu. three besants. BOGLE OF Hay of Leys (1st matric. 1831).
Hamilton's Farm (1740). Or, on a chevron between three
Or, on a chevron sa. between three lions' gambs erect, and erased gu.,
trefoils slipped ppr. an otter's head armed az., a crescent of the first (2nd
erased arg. Balfour of Denmill and 3rd quarters for Austin). Austin-
(*773)- GOURLAY OF KlNCRAIG (1865).
Or, on a chevron az. between two Sa. on a chevron arg. between three
roses in chief and a demi-lion ram- escallops or a rose gu., barbed vert.
pant in base gu. a cross crosslet Robert Graham, London, tailor to
fitchee issuing out of a crescent of His Majesty, descended of Morphie.
50 CHEVRON
Chevron — continued. Chevron — continued.
Sa. on a chevron between three unicorns' heads erased arg. as many
crescents arg. a saltire gu., all within a mullets sa.
(ist and 4th quarters for
bordure of the second. ALEXANDER Ker). Earl of Roxburgh.
Martin, Islay Herald. (8) On a Chevron between ... a chief
Sa. on a chevron between three ... in chief ... or on a chief . . .

crescents arg. a mascle of the first. Arg. on a chevron gu. between three
Andrew Martin, writer, Edinburgh. cross crosslets fitchde sa. a boar's
Sa. on a chevron or between three head of the first, and in the middle
mullets arg. as many chess rooks of chief point a man's heart of the second.
the field. Orrock of that Ilk. Kennedy of Girvanmains.
Sa. on a chevron the upper
wavy in Arg. on a chevron between three
and embattled in the lower side or fleurs de lys az. a cross moline of the
between three mullets arg. as many first, on a chief gu. three mullets or.
chess rooks of the first. John Stevenson of Chester (1693).
Orrock, Provost - Marshal of the Arg. on a chevron bet ween three stags'
Forces in the Netherlands. heads couped gu., attired or, a hawk's
Sa. on a chevron engrailed or be- head erased of the last between two
tween three mullets arg. as many chess salmon haurient ppr., on a chief az.
rooks of the first. THOMAS ORROCK, an anchor between two garbs or.
Steward Clerk of St. Andrews. William Macleay, Wick (18 14).
Sa. on a chevron between three Az. on a chevron or between two
rams' heads couped arg., attired or, lions rampant and affrontee (?) in
three stars az. Ramsay of Barra chief arg., ducally crowned of the
(ist matric. 1 83 1). second, and a ship, sails furled, in base
Sa. on a chevron between three of the last, three mullets of the field,
combs arg. a boar passant of the on a chief parted per pale 1st arg. a
field, all within a bordure or. Henry heart imperially crowned 2nd
ppr.,
James Combs, London (1847). arg. a thistle ppr. DOUGLAS OF
Sa. on a chevron wavy between Castle Douglas (1802).
three crescents arg. as many mullets Az. on a chevron between three
az. George Martin, merchant, griffins'heads erased arg. as many
Liverpool (1859). cross crosslets fitche"e gu., on a chief of
Sa. on a chevron between three the second an escallop of the first
boars' heads erased in chief and one between two cinquefoils of the third.
bear's head as the former in base arg., Shedden of Paulerspury Park,
muzzled gu., a cinquefoil of the first co. Northampton (1824).
(2nd and3rd quarters). Patrick (9) Parted per Chevron.
Buchanan of (descended of
. . . Parted per chevron embattled vert
the family of Lenie). and gu. three crows arg., within a
Sa. on a chevron between three bordure counter- changed of the
bears' heads erased arg., muzzled gu., second and first. Craw of Nether-
a cinquefoil of the first, charged with byre.
a crescent of the second (2nd and 3rd Parted per chevron embattled vert
quarters). Buchanan of Drum- and gu. three crows arg. Craw OF
PELLIER (ist matric. 1761, 2nd do. Easter Reston.
1871). Parted per chevron embattled or
Vert, on a chevron crenelle between and gu. three cushions counter-
a unicorn's head erased in chief and a changed. Dunbar of Barmuc-
stag's head couped in base arg. three KETTIE.
mullets sa. Master Andrew Ker, Parted per chevron arg. and or, in
Sheriff of Linlithgow. chief two sinister hands couped and
Vert, on a chevron between three erected in pale gu., and in base a
CHEVRON— CHEVRONS OR CHEVRONELS 5i

Chevron — continued. Chevron — continued.


dagger, point downwards, az. NEII-SON Parted per chevron sa. and or, in
of Craigcaffie. chief two chevronels erm., and in
Parted per chevron arg. and or, in base a stag trippant az. Wise of
chief two sinister hands couped and Hillbank, co. Forfar (2nd matric.
erected gu., and in base a dagger, point 1878).
downward, az. ;
over all in the fess Parted per chevron gu. and arg.
point a man's heart ppr. Neilson three lions rampant, within a bordure,
of Maxwod. all counter-changed. Major John
Parted per chevron gu. and arg. James Ross (1885).
three wolves' heads erased, two in Parted per chevron gu. and arg.
chief and one in base, counter-changed three lions rampant, within a bordure,
of the second and first, armed all counter-changed, in the middle
and langued az. John ROBERTSON, chief a crescent of the second. Joseph
writer, Edinburgh. Carne Ross, M.D., Penzance (1885).
Parted per chevron gu. and or two Parted per chevron gu. and arg.
spurs pale-ways, rowels downwards, three lions rampant, within a bordure,
buckled and strapped, in chief of the all counter - changed, in the middle
second, and in base a horse courant at chief a mullet of the second. Charles
liberty sa. Lorimer of Kellyfield Campbell Ross, Penzance (1885).
(1859). Parted per chevron gu. and arg.
Parted per chevron or and vert, in two cinquefoils pierced in chief and
the dexter chief a dexter hand fess- a heart in base, counter - changed.
ways couped at the wrist gu., and in County of Lanark (1886).
the sinister a cross crosslet fitchee of Parted chevron gu. and az.
per
the last, in base a double-headed eagle two wolves' heads erased in chief or
displayed, surmounted of a galley of and a bear's head couped in base of
the first, sails furled and rigged sa. the last, muzzled of the first. John
Macdonell of Morar (i860). Forbes-Robertson, London (1886).
Parted per chevron az. and erm., Parted per chevron arg. and az.
in chief two boars' heads three mullets in chief and a crescent
(couped) or,
in base a moor's head
(couped) ppr., in base, counter-changed. Alexander
banded and wreathed or and gu. Borthwick Murray, Adelaide,
More Gordon of Charleton South Australia (1891).
(1863). Parted per chevron arg. and or,
Parted per chevron arg. and sa. on a chevron cotised az. a redbreast
three bulls' heads erased, counter- ppr. between two mullets of the first,
changed. TURNBULL OF ABBEY St. in chief as many fleurs de lys of the
Bathans (1866). third. MuiR OF Deanston, Lord
Parted per chevron gu. and sa. a Provost of Glasgow (1892).
chevron between two fleurs de lys in Parted per chevron embattled vert
chief and a cushion in base or. and gu., in chief two garbs or, banded
Brown of Ashley (1866). of the second, in base two scimitars
Parted per chevron sa. and gu., on in saltire ppr., surmounted by a tiger's
a chevron between three crescents face of the third (2nd and 3rd quarters
arg., a dexter hand erect couped of for Valiant). CUMMING OF LOGIE
the first. Martin of Auchen- (2nd matric. 1859).
dennan (1868). Chevrons or Chevronels (2).
Parted per chevron arg. and or a Arg. two chevrons sa., each charged
chevron counter - embattled between with a plate. Samuel M'Lelland.
three mullets gu. William Scot Arg. two chevronels gu. between
Wilson, LL.D., Bishop of Glasgow three martlets in chief sa. and a man's
and Galloway (1868). heart ensigned with an imperial crown
52 CHEVRONS OR CHEVRONELS— CHIEF

Chevrons or Chevronels (2)


— continued. Chevrons or Chevronels (2)
—continued.
ppr. in base. William Oliver, the other arg., the latter charged with
advocate (1771). three mullets of the field, and in base
Arg. two chevronels sa. Sir a cinquefoil of the third, on a canton
George Thomas Staunton, Bart. erminois a lion passant guardant az.
(1817). (1st and 4th quarters). Brooke
Arg. two chevronels sa. within a Hamilton Gyll, co. Bucks. (1844).
bordure vert, charged with three Chevronels (3).
martlets or. (Sir) Douglas Mac- Sa. three chevronels erm Wise
lagan, M.D. (1876). OF Hillbank (1st matric. 1807).
Erm. two chevrons gu. within a CHIEF.
bordure charged with eight cres-
az., (1) A Chief.
cents arg. Lieut. Robert Mushet. (2) On a Chief . . .

Gu. two chevrons engrailed between (1) A Chief.


three fleurs de lys or. Carruthers Arg. a chief two mascles
az., in fess
OF HOWMAINS. of the last, and
base a ship, herin
Gu. two chevrons engrailed be- sails furled, with flag Jack and pinnets
tween three fleurs de lys or, within a flying, in a sea at anchor, all ppr.
bordure arg. Carruthers of . . . Dewar of Vogrie (1st matric.)
Steward Depute of Annandale. Arg. a chief gu. Menzies of
Gu. two chevronels engrailed be- that Ilk (
1 st matric. . . . 2nd do.
tween three fleurs de lys or (1st and 1734).
4th quarters). William Mitchell- Arg. a chief gu. within a bordure
Carruthers (1876). chequy az. and of the first. Menzies
Gu. two chevrons engrailed be- of Shien.
tween three fleurs de lys or (2nd and Arg. a chief paly of six or and
3rd quarters). John Peter Car- gu. (2nd quarter). University of
ruthers Wade, H.E.I.C.S. (1854). Aberdeen (1888).
Or, two chevrons within a bordure Erm. a chief gu. Menzies OF
engrailed gu. Maclellan of Bar- PlTFODDELS.
clay (
1 7 1
9 ?). Or, a chief az. Dewar of
Or, two chevrons engrailed gu. Vogrie (2nd matric. 1760).
between three boars' heads erased sa. (2) On a Chief . . .

Gardyne of Middleton (1804 ?). Arg. on a chief gu. three pallets or.

Or, two chevronels gu., in base a Keith, Earl Marischal.


galley, oars in action, sa., within a Arg. on a chief az. three mullets of
bordure nebuly of the second. the first, in base a hunting-horn sa.,
Daniel Maclaurin, London (1866). garnished gu., in the fess point a
Or, two chevronels gu. between as mullet surmounted of a crescent.
many buckles fess-ways in chief and a Murray of Pitkeirie.
hunting-horn in
stringed gu.base az., Arg. on a chief sa. three escallops
Orme of Balvaird.and 4th 1st or, a crescent of the third surmounted
quarters on an escutcheon of pretence by a mullet of the second for differ-
over Malcolm of Poltalloch ence. James Graham, Commissary
(1818). Clerk of Dunblane [impaling Flcming\.
Or, two chevrons gu. (2nd and Arg. on a chief gu. three pallets or,
3rd quarters). Moray of Aber- a crescent for difference. Keith of
cairney. Keith-hall (afterwards Earl of Kin-
Sa. two chevronels between as tore").

many owls in chief and a wolfs head Arg. on a chief gu. three pallets or,
erased arg. in base Howatson of differenced with a buckle of the third.
DORNAL, co. Ayr (1892). Keith of Auquhorsk.
Sa. two chevrons that in chief erm., Arg. on a chief gu. a cushion be-
CHIEF 53


Chief continued. Chief — continued.
tween two spur-revels of the first. erm. (1st and 4th quarters of 2nd and
Marjoribanks of Leuchie. 3rd grand quarters). COOPER OF
Arg. on a chief indented vert three Failford (3rd matric. 1852).
crescents of the first. SIMPSON of Arg. on a chief gu. three lions'
Thornton. heads erased of the first, within a bor-
Arg. on a chief vert three crescents dure erm. (1st and 4th quarters of
of the first. Simpson of Udoch. 2nd and 3rd grand quarters for

Arg. on a chief embattled gu. three Ritchie). COOPER OF FAILFORD


-

pallets or, a bordure crenelle of the (2nd matric. 1839).


second. Keith of Craig (1692). Arg. on a chief gu. three cushions
Arg. on a chief gu. a cushion be- or (3rd quarter). MURRAY OF
tween two spur-revels of the field. Stanhope.
Marjoribanks of Hallyards Arg. on a chief gu. three cushions
(1787). or (3rd quarter), in the centre of the
Arg. on a chief gu. three pallets or. shield a mullet or. Thomas Murray,
Keith of Ravelston (2nd matric. Captain 48th Foot.
1801). Arg. on a chief gu. three pallets
Arg. on a chief gu. a cushion be- or (3rd quarter for Keith), in the
tween two spur-revels of the field. centre of the shield a mullet az. for
Marjoribanks of Lees (18 19). difference. Lady Osborne-Elphin-
Arg. on a chief gu. a boar's head stone (1870).
erased between two mullets or (1st Arg. on a chief sa. three escallops
and 4th quarters). Cochran of or (1st and 4th quarters of 3rd grand
Balfour, co. Aberdeen (1875). quarter). Barclay-Allardice(i 883).
Arg. on a chief engrailed az. a Chequy or and gu., on a chief of
boar's head erased or between two the last three mullets of the first.

mullets of the first. COCHRANE OF MOUNSEY OF KlLLILUNG (i 763).


Calder Glen, co. Lanark (1884). Erm. on a chief gu. a stag's head
Arg. on a chief az. an imperial erased or between two mullets arg.
crown or, in base a thistle vert, Cochran of Drumbreck.
flowered gu. (1st and 4th quarters Erm. on a chief gu. a stag's head
for St.John). Lord Torphichen. erased between two mullets arg.,
Arg. on a chief az. an imperial within a bordure of the second.
crown or, in base a thistle vert, William Cochran, second son of
flowered gu. (1st and 4th quarters). Drumbreck.
Sandilands of Hilderston. Erm. on a chief az. three mullets
Arg. on a chief gu. three lions' arg., a bordure gu. Douglas of
heads erased of the first (1st and 4th Cliftonhall.
quarters). Ritchie of Craigtown Erm. on a chief az. a cherub dis-
(1758). played or. Mr. John Menzies,
Arg. on a chief gu. three pallets or, Professor of Divinity, Aberdeen.
a bordure embattled of the second (1st Gu. on a chief arg. three hearts
and 4th quarters). Robert Keith, ppr. Hart of Baltully (1773).
H.M. Envoy to Russia (1769). Lozengy arg. and vert, on a chief
Arg. on a chief gu. three pallets or gu. three martlets of the first. Gill
(3rd quarter of 2nd grand quarter for OF BLAIRYTHAN, co. Aberdeen (1878).
Keith). Lord Elphinstone (1864). Or, on a chief az. three mullets
Arg. on a chief gu. three pales arg., in the middle fess point a cres-
(pallets) or (2nd and 3rd quarters for cent gu. Durham of Largo.
Keith). Earl of Kintore. Or, on a chief embattled sa. three
Arg. on a chief gu. three lions' heads escallops of the first. GRAHAM OF
erased of the first, within a bordure Micklewood.
54 CHIEF— CINQUEFOILS

Chief — continued. Chief— continued.


Or, on a chief ermines three escal- Maxwell Graham, merchant, Glas-
lops of the field. James Graham, gow (1842).
Glasgow (1817). Or, on a chief ermines three escal-
Or, on a chief embattled erm. lops of the first
(2nd quarter).
three escallops of the first. Robert Graham Maxwell of Marks-
Graham of Brooksby, Largs worth (1858).
(1854). Or, on a chief sa. three escallops of
Or, on a chief erm. three escallops the field (2nd and 3rd quarters for
of the first. Graham of Burnt- Graham). Innes OF LoCHALSH
shiels (1854). (2nd matric. 18 19).
Or, on a chief invected erm. three Or, on a chief indented az. three
escallops of the first. John Graham, plates (3rd quarter of 3rd grand
Largs (1854). quarter). Duke of Athole (1865).
Or, on a chief engrailed erm. three Or, on a chief dancette az. three
escallops of the first. Alexander besants (5 th quarter for Let ham of
Gordon Graham, merchant, Glasgow coat impaled by Macgregor). Captain

(1863).
Evan John Macgregor Murray
Or, on a chief vert a goshawk be- (1809).
tween two crescents arg. Simpson Sa. on a chief erm. three cocks
of Strathavon (1866). ppr. Arthur of Leven Bank
Or, on a chief az. a cinquefoil arg. (1803).
Dewar of Lassodie (1877). Cinquefoil.
Or, on a chief sa. three escallops Arg. a cinquefoil sa., on a chief gu.
of the first (1st and 4th quarters for two mullets of the first. DOUGLAS OF
Graham). Marquess of Montrose. Morton (1772).
Or, on a chief sa. three escallops of Arg. a cinquefoil sa. within a bor-
the field (1st and 4th quarters for dure wavy erm., on a chief gu. two
Graham). VISCOUNT PRESTON. mullets of the field. Francis Brown
Or, on a chief engrailed sa. three Douglas, advocate, Lord Provost of
escallops of the first (1st and 4th Edinburgh (i860).
quarters). Graham of Braco. Gu. a cinquefoil slipped {sic) between
Or, on a chief sa. three escallops of three crescents arg. Oliphant of
the first (1st and 4th quarters), all Culquhir.
within a bordure chequy sa. and or. Gu. a cinquefoil arg. between three
Graham of Garture. antique crowns or ( 1 st and 4th quarters),
Or, on a chief sa. three escallops of en surtout a medal or, charged with a
the first (1st and 4th quarters), all profile of Francis II., Emperor of
with the "
within a bordure quartered gu. and sa. Germany, legend Imp.
Col. Henry Graham of . . . Caesar Franciscus II., P. F. Aug."
Or, on a chief sa. three escallops Keir Grant of Blackburn (1805).
of the first (1st and 4th quarters). CincLuefoils (2).
Graham of Killern (17 14). Gu. two cinquefoils in chief and a
in base arg., stringed az.,
Or, on a chief sa. three escallops hunting-horn
of the first and 4th quarters). in the centre pendant by a ribbon arg.
(1st
Graham of Airth (1722 ?). and az. from a naval crown or a gold
Or, on a chief ermines three escal- medal, thereon two figures, the em-
lops of the first (1st and 4th quarters). blems of Victory and Britannia, with
James Maxwell Graham, merchant, a wreath of laurel, below the medal the
Glasgow (1837). word "Camperdown" (1st and 4th
Or, on a chief ermines three escal- quarters). Earl of Camperdown
lops of the first (1st and 4th quarters), (1882).
all within a bordure erm. Charles The same arms (3rd quarter).
CINQUEFOILS 55

Cinquefoils (2) —
continued. Cinquefoils (3)
— continued.
Hon. Hew A. D. H. H. D. Mercer Az. three cinquefoils arg. (1st and
Henderson (1882). 4th quarters of 2nd and 3rd grand
Cinquefoils (3)

see also Fraises (3). quarters). MACKENZIE OF KlLCOY
Arg. three cinquefoils sa., a crescent (ist matric.)
of the second surmounted by another Az. three cinquefoils arg. (2nd and
of the first for difference. BORTH- 3rd quarters of 2nd and 3rd grand
WICK OF MOORHOUSE. quarters), the latter within a bordure
Arg. three cinquefoils sa., a crescent or charged with eight fleurs de lys
of the second surmounted by another az. Hamilton Gyll, co. Bucks.
or. BORTHWICK OF HEARTSYDE, Az. three cinquefoils arg. (2nd and
alias Heartstead. 3rd quarters of 2nd and 3rd grand
Arg. three cinquefoils gu. within a quarters), the latter with a crescent
double tressure flory counter-flory vert, gu. for difference, and within a bor-
in the fess point a cross crosslet dure of the last. Hay Gordon of
fitchee sa. LIVINGSTONE OF Count- Avochie (1858).
ESWELLS. Az. three cinquefoils arg. (4th quar-
Arg. three cinquefoils sa. within a ter of 2nd and 3rd grand quarters),
bordure engrailed of the last. JAMES the latter within a bordure sa. charged
Borthwick, Bombay (1808). with eight besants. Robert Stewart,
Arg. three cinquefoils sa. LORD Aberdeen (1732).
Borthwick (1873). Az. three cinquefoils arg. (3rd
Arg. three cinquefoils gu. (1st and quarter). Hay of Mordington (ist
4th quarters), all within a bordure matric. 1761).
dovetailed gu. Duncan M'Lea Gu. three cinquefoils erm. within a
(1806). bordure counter-indented arg. and of
Az. three cinquefoils arg. 1 Fraser the first. Hamilton of Blanter-
of Hospitalfield (ist matric. ferm.
1804?). Gu. three cinquefoils between two
Az. three cinquefoils arg. (ist and flasques arg. Hamilton of Col-
4th quarters). Fraser of Findrack quot.
(1864). Gu. three cinquefoils arg. within a
Az. three cinquefoils arg. (ist and bordure of the second, charged with
4th quarters of 2nd grand quarter for four saltires couped and as many
Fraser of Invera/loc/iy), the latter within mullets interchanged of the first.
a bordure erm. Burton-Mackenzie Hamilton of Cubardie.
ofKilcoy, co. Ross (2nd matric. 1887). Gu. three cinquefoils erm. within a
Az. three cinquefoils arg. (4th quar- bordure parted per pale arg. and or.
ter of 2nd grand quarter), the latter Hamilton of Mount Hamilton
within a bordure nebuly gu. (for Gor- (Ireland).
don of Invergordon). Fraser of Gu. three cinquefoils erm. within a
Findrack (1864). bordure quarterly, first and last en-
Az. three cinquefoils arg. (2nd and grailed arg., second and third invected
3rd quarters). Forbes OF New az. Hamilton of Neilsland.
(1763). Gu. three cinquefoils erm. within a
Az. three cinquefoils arg. (2nd and bordure quarterly vairy and counter-
3rd quarters), in the fess point a compony, both arg. and of the first.
crescent. Hay of Rannas (1764). Hamilton of Presmennan.
Az. three cinquefoils arg. (2nd and Gu. three cinquefoils arg. within a
3rd quarters), all within a bordure gu. bordure of the last. HAMILTON OF
Hay of Mordington (2nd matric. Preston.
1764). Gu. three cinquefoils erm. within a
1
An unfinished entry in Register. bordure potent counter-potent of the
56 CINQUEFOILS— COLLARS

Cinquefoils (3) — continued. Cinquefoils (3) —


continued.
second and first. HAMILTON OF cross patee gold. Major-Gen. James
WESTBURNE. Kempt (1814).
Gu. three cinquefoils erm. within a Gu. three cinquefoils erm. (1st and
bordure arg. enaluron of martlets of 4th quarters of 2nd and 3rd grand
the first. Hamilton of Westport. quarters), the latter within a bordure
Gu. three cinquefoils erm. within a compony arg. and az., the first charged
double tressure flory counter-flory or. with hearts gu. and the second with
Hamilton of Gilkercleugh ( i 8 i
4). mullets arg. Buchan of Auchma-
Gu. three cinquefoils within a bor- coy (1830).
dure erm. on a canton argent in front
;
Gu. three cinquefoils erm. (1st and
of three arrows in bend dexter a 4th quarters of 2nd and 3rd grand
bundle of javelins with a battle-axe in quarters), the latter within a bordure
the centre, erect and tied in the form compony arg. and az., the first charged
of a Roman fasces, surmounted by a with hearts gu. and the second with
bow in bend sinister, all ppr. James mullets arg. Hamilton-Dalrymple
Hamilton, M.D., London (1825). of North Berwick (1889).
Gu. three cinquefoils pierced or. Gu. three cinquefoils erm. (1st and
Hamilton of Minard (1863). 4th quarters of 3d grand quarter).
Gu. three cinquefoils pierced arg. Earl of Selkirk (1799).
Burgh of Hamilton (1886). Claricords (3).
Gu. three cinquefoils erm. (1st and Gu. three claricords or, on a canton
4th quarters). Duke of Hamilton. of the field two lions guardant passant
Gu. three cinquefoils arg. (1st and in pale or (3rd quarter for Granville,

4th quarters). Hamilton of Kil- Earl of Bath, with augmentation for


BRAIKMONTH. Normandy) over all on an escutcheon
;

Gu. three cinquefoils erm. (1st and gu., ensigned by an earl's coronet, three
4th quarters), all within a bordure mullets within a bordure or, charged
compony of eight pieces arg. and gu., with a double tressure flory counter-
charged alternately with a saltire and flory of the field. Duke of Suther-
a buckle counter-changed. Master land (1839).
John Hamilton, Edinburgh, Sub- Cock.
dean of the Chapel Royal. Arg. a cock gu. between three
Gu. three cinquefoils erm. (1st and mullets of six points sa., on a chief of
4th quarters), all within a bordure the second three cushions or. Sto-
compony arg. and az., the first charged thert of Cargen (18 14).
with hearts gu. and the second with Cocks (3).
mullets of the first. Hamilton of Arg. three cocks gu. (1st and 4th
Barganie (patent 1746, recorded quarters). Cockburn of Langtoun.
1784). Arg. three cocks gu. (1st and 4th
Gu. three cinquefoils erm. (1st and quarters of 2nd and 3rd grand quar-
4th quarters of 1st and 4th grand ters). Stothert of Blacket
quarters). Hamilton of Baldon (1814).
(1733)- Collars (3).
Gu. three cinquefoils erm. within a Vert, three collars or, on a chief
bordure embattled or (2nd quarter). indented arg. as many hunting-horns
Alexander Hamilton, alias Inglis of the first, stringed and garnished gu.
OF MURDISTON (i 734). John Hunter, merchant, Ayr.
Gu. three cinquefoils arg. (2nd and Vert, three collars or, on a
3rd quarters), all within a bordure chief indented arg. as many hunting-
embattled arg. in the centre chief
;
horns of the first, stringed and gar-
point, pendant from a mural crown nished gu., within a bordure of the
or by a ribbon gu., fimbriated az., a third, charged with four roses of the
COLLARS— CRESCENT 57

Collars (3) — continued. Crescent —continued.


fourth. Hunter of Barjarg Arg. a crescentbetween three
az.

(1824). shields gu., alla bordure


within
Column. chequy of the third and first. Hay
Vert, a Corinthian column with of Newhall (1773).
capital and base in pale ppr. between Arg. a crescent gu., on a chief in-
two cross crosslets fitchee in fess or. dented az. three mullets pierced of the
William Adam of Maryburgh field. Trotter of Kettleshiel
(1756). (1803).
Compass. Arg. a crescent gu., on a chief en-
Gu. a compass or (2nd quarter). grailed az. three mullets pierced of
Incorporation of Wrights and the field. Trotter of Shuddy
Coopers of Aberdeen (1696 ?). Camps, co. Cambridge (1803).
Crane. Arg. a crescent between three
Arg. a crane holding in the dexter otters' heads erased gu. Fullarton
foot a stone ppr., on a chief vert OF KlLMICHAEL (l866).
three crescents of the first. Sir Arg. a crescent gu., and on a chief
James Simpson, G.C.B. (1856). az. three mullets of the first (1st and
Az. a crane ppr. Henry Fithie, 4th quarters). Durham of Largo
Arbroath. (2nd matric. 1750 ?).
Gu. a crane without a head, and in Arg. a crescent gu., and on a chief
chief two mullets arg. Phin OF az. three mullets of the field (1st and
Whitehill. 4th quarters). Calderwood Dur-
Gu. a crane without a head arg. ham of Largo (1792).
(1st and 4th quarters). Finnie OF Arg. a crescent gu., in the collar
HlLBRAE (1765). point a mullet az., on a chief of the
Cranes (3). last three mullets of the first (1st and
Gu. three cranes within a bordure 4th quarters). Rear-Admiral Sir
invected arg. Cranston of Meckrie. Philip C. Henderson Durham,
Gu. three cranes arg. within a K.C.B. (1818).
bordure embattled of the second. Arg. a crescent gu., on a chief in-
Samuel Cranston, Governor of dented az. three spur-revels of the first
-Read. Island, (1st and 4th quarters), all within a
r^ Crescent. bordure erm. Sir Charles Coutts
Arg. a crescent between three Trotter, Bart. (1825).
cinquefoils sa. Borthwick of Arg. a crescent between three
Crookston. mullets az., within a bordure chequy
Arg. a crescent between three of the second and first (1st and 4th
cinquefoils sa. within a bordure erm. quarters). Innes of Learney (1875).
Borthwick of Stow. Arg. a crescent gu., on a chief en-
Arg. a crescent between three grailed az. three spur-revels of the first
mullets az. James Innes, Adv. Gen., (2nd and 3rd quarters). Captain John
Jamaica, brother to Dunkinty. Ruthven, formerly Trotter (1809).
Arg. a crescent gu. between three Az. a crescent gu., on a chief in-
holly branches, each consisting of as dented az. three spur-revels of the field
many leaves vert banded of the (1st and 4th quarters [for Trotter] of
second. Irvine of Burleigh. 2nd and 3rd grand quarters), the latter
Arg. a crescent between three boars' within a bordure erm. Lindsay OF
heads erased az., armed or. Hog OF BALCARRES (1875).
Cammo (1736). Az. a crescent between three mullets
Arg. a crescent between three arg. Viscount Arbuthnot.
urcheons sa. Robert Herries, mer- Az. a crescent between three mullets
chant, Rotterdam (1747). arg. within a bordure of the second,
58 CRESCENT— CRESCENTS

Crescent — cofitinued. Crescent — co7itinned.

verdoy of eight fraises of the first. Az. a crescent or between three


Aberbuthnet (Arbuthnot) of cross crosslets arg. and 3rd
(2nd
Catherlen. quarters). RITCHIE OF Craigtown
Az. a crescent between three mullets (1758).
within an orle of eight fraises arg. Gu. a crescent arg. between three
Aberbuthnet (Arbuthnot) of cinquefoils erm. within a bordure
Fiddes. embattled or (1st and 4th quarters).
Az. a crescent between three mullets Hamilton of Inverdovat.
within a bordure arg. ABERBUTH- Or, a crescent gu., on a chief az.
NET (Arbuthnot) of Findowrie. three mullets arg., over all a bendlet
Az. a crescent between three mullets engrailed of the second. Adolphus
arg. within a bordure indented and Durham, son of Largo.
quartered of the second and first. Or, a crescent gu. between two spur-
Aberbuthnet (Arbuthnot), Mon- revels in chief and a hunting-horn

trose. in base sa. Burn of Coldoch


Az. a crescent between three mullets (1757?).
arg. within a bordure wavy of the Or, a crescent sa. between two
second. David Arbuthnot, Wey- cross crosslets fitchee in chief, and in
mouth. base the attires of a stag affixed to
Az. a crescent between three mullets the scalp gu., a chief chequy of the
arg. within a bordure crenelle or. lastand arg. Molison on an escut-
Arbuthnot of Arbuthnotshaugh cheon of pretence over Ogilvy Dal-
(1765). GLEISH OF MAYFIELD (1883).
Az. a crescent between three mullets Or, a crescent gu. (2nd quarter).
arg. within a bordure or, charged with Smith of Camno (1768).
three boars' heads erased gu. (Sir) Or, a crescent gu. (2nd quarter),
William Arbuthnot (1st matric. all within a bordure gu. Smith of
1814, 2nd do. 1822). Smithfield (1768).
Az. a crescent between two mullets Sa. a crescent or between three
in chief and a garb in base or. besants. Laidlay of Seacliff, co.

Wauchope of Edmondstone [im- Haddington (1891).


paled by Baird ] (1845). Vert, a crescent between six keys in
Az. a crescent between seven saltire, 2, 2, and 2, or. Peter of
mullets arg., on a chief or three swords, Crossbasket (1806).
two in saltire and one in fess, between Crescents (2).
a dexter hand couped appaume and a Arg. two crescents in fess sa., on a
Carthew-Yorstoun of
heart, all gu. chief gu. a boar's head couped of the
East Tinwald (1861). first. Tennant of St. Rollox
Az. a crescent arg. charged with a (1856).
label of four points gu. between three Arg. two crescents in fess sa., on a
bears' heads couped of the second, chief gu. a boar's head couped of the
and 4th first, within a bordure
muzzled of the third (1st of the second.

quarters). David Forbes (1765). Tennant of Balwill (1868).


Az. a crescent between three bears' Arg. two crescents in fess sa., on a
heads couped arg., muzzled gu. (1st and chief engrailed az. a boar's head
4th quarters). Forbes of Wood- couped of the first. David Tennant,
ston (1765). Capetown, Cape of Good Hope (1872).
Az. a crescent between three mullets Arg. two crescents in fess sa., on a
within a double tressure flory counter- chief gu. a boar's head couped of the
within a bordure or field, all within a bordure compony of
flory arg.,
(1st and 4th quarters). Murray of the second and first. Tennant of
MURRAYTHWAITE (1792). the Glen, co. Peebles (1885).
CRESCENTS 59

Crescents (3). Crescents (3) — continued.


Arg. three crescents gu. (2nd and eight roses of the first (1st and 4th
3rd quarters). GEORGE Ogilvie, quarters), all within a bordure or.
Jamaica. Melville of Cassingray.
Az. three crescents arg. Patton Gu. three crescents arg. within a
of Ferrochie. bordure of the second charged with
Az. three crescents within a double eight roses of the first (1st and 4th
tressure flory counter-flory gu. (3rd quarters for Melville). Lord Mel-
quarter [for Seto/i] of 2nd and 3rd ville (1673).
grand quarters for Huntly). JOHN, Gu. three crescents within a bor-
Earl of Sutherland. dure arg. charged with eight roses of
Gu. three crescents arg. within a the field (2nd and 3rd quarters for
bordure invected of the second, Melville). LORD ROSS.
charged with eight roses of the first. Gu. three crescents arg. within a
Alexander Melville. bordure of the last charged with eight
Gu. three crescents arg. within a roses of thefirst in the collar point
;

bordure counter-compony of the second a crescent of the second (2nd and


and first. Oliphant of Condie. 3rd quarters). White Melville
Gu. three crescents arg., in the fess of Bennochy (1799).
point another crescent or for difference. Gu. three crescents arg. within a
Oliphant of Gask. bordure of the last charged with
Gu. three crescents arg. within a eight roses of the first, a crescent
bordure chequy of the second and of the second in chief for difference
first. Oliphant of Kinneder. (2nd and 3rd quarters). BALFOUR-
Gu. three crescents interlaced or Melville of Pilrig and Strath-
between as many wolves' heads erased kiness (1883).
arg., armed and langued az., within a Gu. three crescents arg. within a
bordure of the third charged with eight bordure of the second charged with
mullets of the first. Robertson of eight roses of the first (2nd quarter
Muirton. [for Melville] of 4th grand quarter).
Gu. three crescents arg. within a Earl of Glasgow (1869).
bordure of the last charged with eight Or, three crescents gu., an annulet
roses of the first, a small crescent surmounted of a crescent for difference.
of the second in chief for difference. Edmiston of Bellewen-Edmiston.
Melville of Strathkiness (1773). Or, three crescents gu. Edmiston
Gu. three crescents interlaced or of Ednam.
between as many wolves' heads erased Or, three crescents gu., an annulet
arg., armed and langued az., within a of the second surmounted of a mullet
bordure of the third charged with of the first for difference. EDMISTON
three crescents and fivein chief of Newton (1st matric.)
mullets of the first. PRINCIPAL Or, three crescents within a double
William Robertson, D.D. (1783). tressure flory counter-flory (gu.) en-
Gu. three crescents within a bor- vironed with a bordure engrailed and
dure arg. Lawrence Oliphant, quarterly arg. and az. William
Liverpool (1790). Seton, sometime Provost of Had-
Gu. three crescents interlaced or dington.
between three wolves' heads erased Or, three crescents gu. within a
arg., within a bordure of the last bordure engrailed az. ELIZABETH
charged with three mullets in chief Edmiston (1791).
and five crescents of the field.
Or, three crescents within a double
Robertson of Lawers (18 14). tressure flory counter-flory gu. (1st
Gu. three crescents arg. within a and 4th quarters for Seton). Earl
bordure of the second charged with of Dunfermline.
6o CRESCENTS

Crescents (3) — continued. Crescents (3) continued.—


Or, three crescents within a double a bordure engrailed az. Ogilvie of
tressure flory counter-flory gu. (ist and Raggell.
4th quarters), all within a bordure gu. Or, three crescents gu. (2nd and
Seton of Abercorn. 3rd quarters) ;
over all dividing the
Or, three crescents within a double coats a cross engrailed sa. J AMES
tressure flory counter-flory gu. (ist Ogilvie, second brother of Boyne.
and 4th quarters), all within a bordure Or, three crescents within a double
quarterly az. and or. Seton OF tressure flory counter-flory gu. (2nd
GARLETON. and 3rd quarters). Urquhart of
Or, three crescents within a double MELDRUM (ist matric.)
tressure flory counter-flory gu. (ist and Or, three crescents within a double
4th quarters). Smith, alias Seton of tressure flory counter-flory gu., in the
Touch (177 i).
fess point a crescent az. (2nd and

Or, three crescents gu. (ist and 4th 3rd quarters). HUGH Edmonstone
quarters). Edmonston of Newton Montgomerie, London (1876).
(2nd matric. 1775). Or, three crescents gu. (2nd and
Or, three crescents within a double 3rd quarters [for Edmonstone] of 2nd
tressure flory counter-flory gu., all and 3rd grand quarters) ;
over the latter
within a bordure parted per pale of dividing the coats a cross engrailed
the last and az. (ist and 4th quarters). sa., charged with a crescent arg. over ;

Miss Ellen Elizabeth Reid-Seton all on an escutcheon of pretence


of Oxmantounhill, co. Dublin Molison. Ogilvy Dalgleish of
Mayfield, Forfar (1883).
co.
(1866).
Or, three crescents within a double Or, three crescents within a double
tressure flory counter-flory gu. (3rd tressure flory counter-flory gu. (3rd

quarter of ist and 4th grand quarters quarter of 2nd and 3rd grand quarters),
for Seton), all within a bordure or. the latter within a bordure sa. charged
Gordon of Gordonstoun. with eight besants. Robert Stewart,
Or, three crescents within a double Aberdeen (1732).
tressure flory counter-flory gu. (3rd Or, three crescents within a double
quarter of ist and 4th grand quarters), tressure flory counter -
flory gu. (3rd
allwithin a bordure or charged with quarter for Seton). Marquess OF
eight crescents az. Mr. Robert Huntly.
Gordon of . second son of Or, three crescents within a double
Gordonstoun. tressure flory counter-flory gu. (3rd
Or, three crescents within a double quarter), all within a bordure indented
tressure flory counter-flory (3rd
gu. arg. Gordon of Letterfurie.
quarter of 2nd grand quarter), the Or, three crescents within a double
latter within a bordure nebuly gu. (for tressure flory counter-flory gu. (3rd
Gordon of Invergordon). Fraser OF quarter), all within a bordure sa.

Findrack (1864). charged with eight besants. John


Or, three crescents within a double Gordon, merchant, Aberdeen.
tressure flory counter-flory gu. (2nd Or, three crescents within a double
and 3rd quarters). Gordon of tressure flory counter-flory gu. (3rd
Glastirim. quarter), all within a bordure quarterly
Or, three crescents gu. (2nd and arg. and gu. Gordon of Abergeldie
3rd quarters for Ed/niston) over all ; (1676).
a cross engrailed sa. Ogilvie OF Or, three crescents within a double
Boyne. tressure flory counter-flory gu. (3rd
crescents gu. (2nd and
Or, three quarter), all within a bordure nebuly
3rd quarters) over all dividing the
; gu. Gordon of Dalpholly (1697).
coats a cross engrailed sa., all within Or, three crescents within a double
CRESCENTS— CROSS 61

Crescents (3) — continued. Crosiers (3) continued. —


tressure flory counter-flory gu. (3rd and 4th quarters). Ramsay L'Amy
quarter). Urquhart of Byth (1741). of Dunkenny (3rd matric. 1864).
Or, three crescents within a double CROSS.
tressure flory counter-flory gu. (3rd (
1
) Cross, and Cross between . . . or
quarter), all within a bordure nebuly within . . .

gu. Gordon of Invergordon (2) On a Cross . . .

(1756). (1) Cross, and Cross between . . .

Or, three crescents within a double or within . . .

tressure flory counter-flory gu. (3rd Arg. a cross engrailed sa. between
quarter). John GORDON, South four cross crosslets fitchee gu.
Carolina (1776). crescent for difference. EUPHAME
Or, three crescents within a double Adinstone [impaled by Tumbutt\
tressure flory counter-flory gu. (3rd Arg. a cross engrailed between four
quarter), all within a bordure compony roses gu. Aiton of that Ilk.
arg. and az. William Conway Arg. a cross engrailed between four
Gordon (1846). roses gu. within a bordure of the last.
Or, three crescents within a double Ayton of Kinnaldy.
tressure flory counter-flory gu. (3rd Arg. a cross between four mullets
quarter), all within a bordure compony az. Bannatyne of Corehouse.
arg. and az. Captain Alexander Arg. a cross sa. between four hearts
Gordon, R.N. (1848). ppr. Butter of Gormack.
Or, three crescents within a double Arg. a cross engrailed sa. Col-
tressure flory counter-flory gu. (4th quhoun of Luss.
quarter). GORDON OF BALMOOR Arg. a cross between four bees sa.
(1775)- Mr. John Glendie, Dean of Cashell.
Crook, Shepherd's. Arg. a cross engrailed on the outer
Arg. a shepherd's crook sa. MAC- and invected on the inner side sa.,
Laurin of Dreghorn (1781). within a bordure compony of the second
Crosiers (2). and first. SINCLAIR OF Brimmes.
Arg. two crosiers saltire-ways az. Arg. a cross engrailed sa. within a
between a man's heart in chief ppr. bordure of the second charged with
and three mullets of the second in eight plates. Sinclair of Dun.
base. Macguffock of Rusco. Arg. a cross engrailed on the outer
Az. two crosiers in saltire and in side and invected on the inner sa., with-
chief a mitre or. Episcopal See of in a bordure compony of the second
Argyle. and first. Sinclair of Harpsdale.
Arg. two crosiers in saltire sa. Arg. a cross engrailed gu. Sin-
between a heart in chief gu. and three clair of Longformacus.
boars' heads couped of the second in Arg. a cross engrailed sa. SIN-
the flanks and base. James M'Guffie CLAIR OF Roslin.
(1874). Arg. a cross engrailed (sa.) within a
Crosiers (3). bordure wavy of the second charged
Az. three crosiers pale-ways in fess with six mullets of the first. LAUR-
or and a saltire couped in base arg. ENCE Sinclair.
Lammie (L'Amy) of Dunkenie (1st Arg. a cross engrailed between two
matric.) mascles in chief sa. John Sinclair,
Az. three crosiers pale-ways in fess writer, Edinburgh.
or, and in base a saltire couped arg. Arg. a cross engrailed sa. between
Ramsay L'Amy of Dunkenny (2nd two mullets az. (sic). Thomas
matric. 18 13). Sinclair, Thurso.
Az. three crosiers pale-ways in fess Arg. a cross engrailed between four
or, in base a saltire couped arg. (1st roses gu., differenced with a crescent
62 CROSS

Cross — continued. Cross — continued.


of the first. Aiton of Inschdairnie 3rd quarters) over all on
; an
(1673). escutcheon vert a lion rampant arg.,
Arg. a cross engrailed az. St. on a chief of the last three pop-
Clair of Hermiston (1730). injays of the third. Home of
Arg. a cross sa., in the dexter chief POLWART.
point a lion rampant of the last. Arg. a cross engrailed sa. (2nd and
Henry Colquhoun [Cahun, Gahn], 3rd quarters). Sir Thomas Wilson
M.D. (1780). of West Wickham, co. Kent (1762).
Arg. a cross between four mascles Arg. a cross engrailed sa. (2nd and
sa. Alexander Blair (1849). 3rd quarters), all within a bordure az.
Arg. a cross sa. (1st and 4th quar- Ogilvie of Auchiries (1766).
ters), all within a bordure engrailed Arg. a cross engrailed az. (3rd
gu. Guthrie of Carsbank. quarter) ;
over all on an escutcheon
Arg. a cross engrailed sa., in the az. an orange with a stalk thereat
dexter chief point a cock gu. (1st and slipped ppr., and on it an imperial
4th quarters). Col. James St. Clair, crown. Earl of Marchmont. (4th
second son of Lord St. Clair (1735). quarter) Lord Polwarth.
Arg. a cross sa. (1st and 4th quar- Arg. a cross engrailed sa. (1st and
ters), all within a bordure wavy gu. 4th quarters of 3rd grand quarter) over ;

Guthrie of Craigie (1772). all an escutcheon arg.


charged with
Arg. a cross engrailed sa. (1st and an orange ppr., stalked and slipped
4th quarters). Alexander Bower vert and ensigned with an imperial
St. Clair (1852). crown. Earl of Marchmont (2nd
Arg. a cross sa. (1st and 4th quar- matric. 1765).
ters of 1st and 4th grand quarters), Arg. a cross engrailed sa. (3rd
the latter within a bordure indented quarter). Home OF Kimmerghame.
gu. The Rev. Roger Rowson Arg. a cross engrailed sa. (3rd
LlNGARD-GUTHRIE (1871). quarter). William Ogilvie, heir-
Arg. a cross engrailed sa. (2nd and male of Miltoun (1779).
3rd quarters of 1st and 4th grand quar- Arg. a cross between four mullets
ters). Earl of Seafield (1824). az.
(4th quarter for Bannatyne of
Arg. a cross
engrailed az. (4th Corehouse). Sir William Lock-
quarter of 1st and 4th grand hart, Lord Advocate.
quarters) over the latter on an
; Arg. a cross engrailed az. (2nd and
escutcheon az. an orange with the 3rd quarters of 4th grand quarter for
stalk erect slipped and imperially Sinclair of Hermiston) over all on an ;

crowned ppr. Lord Polwarth escutcheon arg. an orange crowned


(1836). and slippedSir Williamppr.
Arg. a cross counter-embattled sa. Purves Hume
Campbell of
(2nd and 3rd quarters), all within a Marchmont and Purves (18 13).
bordure arg. charged with eight holly Az. between three mullets arg. a
leaves vert. Douglas of White- cross of the second surmounted of a
riggs. saltire gu., in the dexter chief point a
Arg. a cross counter-embattled sa. martlet or. David Murray, apothe-
(2nd and 3rd quarters), all within a cary, Perth.
bordure engrailed arg. charged with Az. between three mullets arg. a
eight holly leaves vert. Douglas of cross of the second surmounted of a
Cruixton. saltire gu., in the dexter chief point
Arg. a cross engrailed sa. (2nd and a crescent surmounted of a mullet.
3rd quarters for Sinclair). Earl of David Murray, third brother of
FlNDLATER. Dullacie.
Arg. a cross engrailed az. 2nd and Az. a cross couped or between
CROSS— CROSS CROSSLET 63

Cross —
continued. Cross — continued.
three bears' heads arg., muzzled gu. Arg. on a cross sa. a mullet or, in
Forbes of Corss. the dexter chief point a lion rampant
Gu. a cross or. CROSBIE OFHOLM of the second. John James Col-
(1766). QUHOUN [CAHUN, GAHN] (1787).
Or, a cross az. between four cross Arg. on a cross counter-embattled
crosslets fitchee gu. Lyell of Dy- sa. within a bordure engrailed of
sart. the second three turbots in fret of

Or, a cross az. between four the field. John Balmanno, M.D.,
crosses patee fitchee gu. Lyell Glasgow (1823).
of Murthill. Arg. on a cross between four
Or, a cross az. between four crosses lozenges sa. an eagle displayed of
patee fitchee gu., within a bordure the field.William Smith Dixon
engrailed of the second. Lyell of of Gov an Hill (1871).
WOODHEAD. Gu. on a cross between four un-
Or, a cross engrailed sa. Rait of covered cups or as many lions' heads
Hallgreen. affrontee ppr., on a chief of the second

Or, a cross engrailed within a three pelicans sa. Giles of Kailzie


bordure invected sa. William Rait, (1850).
merchant, Dundee. Or, on a cross engrailed sa. a
Or, a cross engrailed sable. Raith hunting-horn of the first, stringed gu.
[impaled by Wauchope\.
Rait of Pitforthie.
Or, a cross engrailed sa. between Or, on a cross az. five cross cross-
four roses gu. (2nd and 3rd quarters lets of the field. John Spalding.
for Kcir). Keir-Mackintosh of Arg. on a cross engrailed between
Dalmigavie, co. Inverness (1882). four roses gu., a mullet of the first for

Quarterly, sa. and arg. a cross difference (2nd and 3rd quarters).

counter-quartered between four es- Alexander of Kinglassie.


callops, all counter - changed (4th Sa. on a cross arg. square pierced

quarter). Campbell - Hooke of of the field four eagles displayed of the


Bangeston (1772-1773). first, in the dexter quarter an arm

Sa. a cross couped and engrailed embowed ppr. issuing out of a naval
or (3rd quarter for Ufford). William crown, the hand holding a trident
Quarles, Baron of the Holy Roman or (4th quarter for Buller). Lord
Empire, etc. (1767). Elphinstone (1864).
(2)On a Cross . . . Cross Anchored.
Arg. on a cross engrailed between Az. a cross anchoree arg. between
four roses gu. a baton or, with a lion three antique crowns or. John
passant guardant of the last. Sir M'Arthur (1797).
John Aiton of Kippo, Knight of Cross Boton£e.
the Black Rod. Vert, a cross botonee or, on a chief
Arg. on a cross az. between four arg. a lion passant gu., all within a
mullets gu. a crescent or. Banna- bordure of the second. CRUM OF
TYNE OF NEWHALL. Thornliebank (1868).
Arg. a cross sa. charged in the Cross Crosslet.
honour point with a lozenge or, be- Arg. a cross crosslet fitchee and an
tween four hearts ppr., that in the escallop in fess az., on a chief gu.
dexter canton being ensigned with three pallets or. Keith OF Lud-
an imperial crown of the third. quharne.
William Butter, M.D. (1767)- Arg. a cross crosslet between three
Arg. on a cross engrailed sa. be- boars' heads couped sa. John
tween four roses gu. three lozenges or. Crookshanks, London (1793).
Keir, Calcutta (1768). Arg. a cross crosslet fitche'e sa. (2nd
64 CROSS CROSSLET— CROSS CROSSLETS

Cross Crosslet — continued. Cross Crosslets (2) continued. —


and 3rd quarters), a crescent for dif- Or, two cross crosslets fitchee, and
ference. ROBERTOUNE OF BEDLAY. in base the attires of a hart fixed to

Or, a cross crosslet fitchee sa. the scalp, within a bordure gu., a chief
between two crescents in chief gu. and chequy of the second and arg. COL.
three fusils, 2 and 1, in base az., within John Molleson, brother of Lauchin-
a bordure indented of the third. tully.
Leith of Craighall. Or, two cross crosslets fitchee, and
Or, a cross crosslet fitchee sa. in base a hart's horn of ten tynes
between three crescents in chief and erased gu., a chief chequy of the
as many fusils in base gu. Leith of second and arg. Gilbert Molleson,
Leithhall. Aberdeen.
Or, a cross crosslet fitche'e sa. Or, two cross crosslets fitchee in
between three crescents in chief and chief,and the attires of a stag affixed to
as many fusils in base, bar-ways gu., the scalp in base gu., a chief chequy
within a bordure az. (1st and 4th of the last and arg. (2nd and 3rd
quarters). Leith of Freefield quarters). Major John Smith, 51st
(1766). Regt. Bengal Army (1867).
Or, a cross crosslet fitche'e sa. Cross Crosslets (3).
between three crescents in chief gu. Arg. three cross crosslets fitchee
and as many fusils in base az. (1st gu. Edie (/Edie) of Moneaght.
and 4th quarters). Ross-Leith of Az. three cross crosslets fitche'e or.

Arnage (1st matric. a 1795. By Rattray of Craighall (1771).


2nd matriculation in 1800 the order Az. three cross crosslets fitchee
of the quarterings was reversed). or (1stand 4th quarters). Clerk
Or, a cross crosslet fitchee sa. Rattray of Craighall (18 17).
between three crescents in chief and Az. three cross crosslets fitchee is-
as many fusils in base gu (1st and 4th suing out of as many crescents arg.
quarters for Leith). FORBES-LEITH (2nd quarter). Campbell of Sker-
of Fyvie (1889). rington.
Or, a cross crosslet fitchee sa. Cross Crosslets (7).
between three crescents in chief and Az. seven cross crosslets fitchee
as many fusils in base, bar-ways gu., between three mullets or. Somer-
all within a bordure az. (1st and 4th ville of Drum.
quarters of 2nd and 3rd grand quarters Az. seven cross crosslets fitche'e, 3,
for Leith of Freefield). Leith-Ross 1, 2 and 1, accompanied by three
of Arnage (3rd matric. 1803). mullets, 2 and 1, or, all within a bor-
Vert, a cross crosslet arg., on a chief dure embattled of the same. Captain
engrailed of the last three bears' John Somerville.
heads erased sa., muzzled gu. ROBERT Az. seven cross crosslets fitchee, 3,
Berry (1763). 1, 2 and 1, accompanied by three

Vert, a cross crosslet arg. Berry mullets or, within a bordure en-
of Westerbogie (1785). grailed arg. Somerville of Hamil-
Vert, a cross crosslet arg. (1st and ton's Farm (1st matric. 1781).
4th quarters). Berry of Tayfield Az. seven cross crosslets fitche'e, 3,
2 and 1, accompanied by three
(1870). 1,

Cross Crosslets (2). mullets or, within a bordure engrailed


Gu. two cross crosslets fitchee in arg. Graham Somervell of Ham-
chief or and an otter's head erased in ilton's Farm (2nd matric. 1856).
base arg., on a chief gyronny of eight Cross Crosslets.
or and sa. four galleys of the last, Az. crusily of cross crosslets or, a
flagged of the first. ROWAND OF lion rampant of the second, crowned
LiNTHOUSE (1829). with a ducal crown and armed and
CROSS CROSSLETS— CROSS MOLINE 65

Cross Crosslets —continued. —


Cross Fleury continue*/.
Iangued gu. (4th quarter). Vis- two towers embattled gu. in pale and
COUNT NEWHAVEN. two dexter hands ppr. fess-ways in fess,
Cross Fleury. each holding a cross crosslet fitchee
Arg. a cross fleury vert between az., all within a bordure quarterly, 1st
four martlets gu., a chief dovetail az. and 4th gyronny of eight of the third
Bird on an escutcheon of pretence over and first, 2nd arg. two galleys of the
Watson of Langley House, Bucks. oars in action, 3rd chequy of
first,

(1 88 1). the second and fifth. Archibald


Or, a cross fleury gu. within a bor- Fletcher, advocate (1825).
dure az. Ainslie of Blackhill. Sa. a cross fleury between four
Or, a cross fleury gu., in the dexter escallops arg. (2nd and 3rd quarters
chief point a crescent of the last. for Fletcher of New Cranstouii).
Carlyle of Limekilns (1736) [im- William Dalrymple, eldest son of
paling Anderson]. Causland.
Or, a cross fleury gu. within a bor- Cross, Maltese.
dure of the last. Thomas Ainslie, Az. a Maltese cross arg. between
Quebec (1760). three antique crowns or (1st and 4th
Or, a cross fleury gu. Ainslie of quarters). MacArthur Stewart -

Pilton, representing Dolphinton OF MlLLTOWN AND ASCOG ( I 77 5).


(1st matric. 1770, 2nd do. 1 79 1). Cross Moline (Millrind).
Or, a cross fleury gu. charged in Arg. on a cross moline az. a two-
the centre with a mullet arg. Sir handed sword in pale ppr., pommelled
Robert Ainslie, Bart. (1804). and hiked or. Deans of Long-
Or, a cross fleury gu. Lieut.-Gen. hermistoun.
George Robert Ainslie (1836). Arg. a cross moline az., the base
Or, a cross fleury gu. charged with wavy vert, in chief a lozenge between
a crescent of the first, on a chief of two mullets of the second. Miller
the second a saltire of the first. OF Glenlee (ist matric. . .
.,
2nd
James William Carlile of Pons- do. 1788).
bourne Park, co. Hertford (1878). Arg. a cross moline within a bor-
Sa. a cross fleury between four dure az., a mullet of the second for
escallops arg. Fletcher of Sal- difference. Sibbald OF KlPPS.
toun (1st matric. .,
2nd matric.
. .
Arg. a cross moline az. pierced of
1825). the field, within a bordure chequy of
Sa. a cross fleury between four escal- the second and first. Mr. Patrick
lops arg. within a bordure engrailed Sibbald, of St. Nicholas Church,
of the last. Fletcher of Aberlady. Aberdeen.
Sa. on a cross fleury between four Arg. a cross moline az. within a
escallops arg. a crescent gu. Flet- bordure gu. CRISTOPHER BOGIS-
cher of Ballinshoe (1763). laus Zibet (Sibbald), Private Secre-
Sa. on a cross fleury arg. between tary to the King of Sweden (1780).
two escallops in the dexter chief and Arg. a cross moline between three
sinister base points of the last and mullets az. within a bordure gu.
as many quivers filled with arrows in Robert Miller, Manchester (1784).
the sinister chief and dexter base Arg. a cross moline within a bor-
points or, three crescents in pale vert. dure az. Sibbald of Sillwood
Fletcher of Dunans (1777). Park, co. Berks. (1806).
Sa. on a cross fleury between two Arg. on a cross moline az. a two-
escallops in the dexter chief and handed sword in pale of the first,
sinister base points arg. and as many hiked and pommelled or. Captain
quivers filled with arrows in the James Deans, R.N. (1808).
sinister chief and dexter base points or, Arg. a cross moline pierced of the
f
66 CROSS MOLINE

Cross Moline continued. Cross Moline —
continued.
field, between two fetterlocks in Arg. a cross moline sa. (1st and
chief and two mullets in base az., 4th quarters for Colville), all within a
within a bordure chequy of the second bordure quarterly gu. and arg. COL-
and first. SlBBALD OF GLADSWOOD ville of Blair.
(1810). Arg. a cross moline az. (1st and 4th
Arg. a cross moline az. on a dexter quarters). Miller of Craigen-
canton gyronny of eight or and sa., tinny on an escutcheon of pretence
within a bordure embattled gu. a chief overChrystie Miller (1862).
of the third charged with three pallets Arg. a cross moline az. charged
of the fifth. Rev. James Milnes, with five lozenges or (1st and 4th
Stirling (18 14). quarters). CHRYSTIE MlLLER OF
Arg. on a cross moline a two-
az. Craigentinny (1st matric. 1862).
handed sword in pale ppr., on a chief Arg. a cross moline az. (1 stand 4th
gu. ahorse passant of the first. Deans quarters of 1st and 4th grand quarters).
Campbell of Culraith (1835). Chrystie Miller of Craigentinny
Arg. a cross moline az. square- (2nd matric. 1868).
pierced of the field, on a chief gu. a Arg. on a cross moline sa. a mullet
garb between two mullets or. Alex- of the field (2nd and 3rd quarters).
ander Miller, W.S. (1853). SCHIVEZ OF MUIRTON.
Arg. a cross moline az. square- Az. a cross moline between three
pierced of the field within a bordure boars' heads erased or. GORDON OF
erm., on a chief gu. a garb between EDINGLASSIE.
two mullets or. Richard Miller, Az. a cross moline sa., a mullet for
merchant, Leith (1853). difference. Matthew Colville,
Arg. a cross moline az. square- writer, Edinburgh.
pierced of the field within a bordure Az. a cross millrind or, on a chief
gu., on a chief of the last a garb be- arg. a cross patee gu. between two
tween two mullets or. William bulls' heads erased sa., armed vert.

Miller, merchant, St. Petersburg Miller of Acre Valley, co. Stir-

(i3 5 3)- ling (1883).


Arg. a cross moline az. charged Gu. a cross moline or pierced of the
with five lozenges or. The Misses field between three dexter hands
Sarah and Ellen Miller of couped pale-ways, two in chief and
Craigentinny (1859 and 1861). one in base arg. GREIG OF Glen-
Arg. a cross moline az. square- carse (1856).
pierced of the field between two hel- Or, a cross moline az. quarter-
mets ppr. in chief and as many cross pierced of the fieldbetween three
crosslets fitchee in base of the second. mullets of the second. Milne of
Miller of Pittendreich (1864). Balfarge.
Arg. a cross moline az. square- Or, a cross moline engrailed az.
pierced of the field between four hearts between three mullets of the second.
gu. Miller of Leithen (1864). Milne of Balwyllo.
Arg. a cross moline gu., in chief Or, a cross moline az. pierced
a lion passant guardant of the second, lozenge-ways of the field between three
imperially crowned ppr. between two mullets of the second, within a bordure
lozenges also of the second. Rev. nebuly of the last. Robert Milne,
James Ogilvy Millar, LL.D., Vicar writer, Edinburgh.
of Cirencester (1873). Or, a cross moline az. pierced
Arg. a cross moline square-pierced lozenge-ways of the field between
of the field between four hearts gu. three mullets of the second, within a
Miller on an escutcheon of pretence bordure invected sa. Milne of
overMiller-Cunningham (1887). MURETON.
CROSS MOLINE— CROSSES PATEE 67


Cross Moline continue it. Cross Pat£e —
continued.
Or, a cross moline az. pierced oval- tween three bears' heads couped arg.,
ways of the field between three mullets muzzled gu. FORBES OF CRAIGIE
sa., within a bordure wavy of the VAR (1842).
second. Mill ofBlairtown
(1692). Az. a cross patee between three
Or, a cross moline az. pierced bears' heads couped arg., muzzled gu.
lozenge-ways of the field between three (1st and 4th quarters). FORBES OF
mullets of the second. Sir John ARDO.
Mylne, Governor of Guernsey (1759). Az. a cross pate'e fitchee or between
Or, a cross moline az. quarter- three bears' heads couped arg., muzzled
pierced of the field between three gu., within a bordure of the third (1st
mullets of the second. ROBERT and 4th quarters), a crescent gu. for

Mylne, architect, London (1767). difference. Major Henry Erskine


Or, a cross moline az. pierced of Forbes (1870).
the field, on a chief gu. a stag at gaze Az. cross patee between three
a
between two cross crosslets arg. mullets arg., within a double tressure
Milne of Melgum (1867). flory counter-flory or (2nd and 3rd
Or, a cross moline az. quarter- quarters). MURRAY OF MURRAYS-
pierced of the field between three HALL (1791).
mullets of the second, within a bordure Az. a cross patee arg. between three
gu. William J. H. Mylne of Am- boars' heads erased or, within a
WELL Grove, co. Hertford (1891). bordure of the third charged with three
Sa. a cross moline arg., a chief of mullets gu. (2nd and 3rd quarters).
the last. Rev. Thomas Miller, Cochran of Balfour (1875).
D.D., Cumnock (18 14). Az. a cross patee fitchee or between
Crosses Moline (3). three bears' heads couped arg., muzzled
Az. three crosses moline arg. (2nd gu. (2nd and 3rd quarters). Lord
and 3rd quarters), all within a bordure Sempill (2nd matric. 1885).
arg. Ker of Moriston. Az. a cross patee between three
Az. three crosses moline arg. (2nd mullets within a double tressure flory
and 3rd quarters for Ainslie of Hep-
counter-flory or (3rd quarter).
Dolphinton). Ker of Littledean. burn-Belsches of Invermay and
Crosses, Passion (3 and 8). his wife Dame Mary Hepburn
Arg. three passion crosses gu. (1st Murray of Blackcastle (1804).
and 4th quarters), within a bordure Az. a cross patee between three
az. charged with eight passion crosses mullets within a double tressure flory
arg. Adam of Whitslaid. counter-flory or (2nd and 3rd quarters
Cross Patee. of 4th grand quarter). FORBES OF
Arg. a cross patee gu. between three PlTSLIGO (1865).
holly leaves vert, a chief az. Alex- Gu. a cross patee fitchee arg.
ander Burnet, Archbishop of Glas- between three antique crowns or
gow. within a bordure invected of the
Arg. a cross patee between three second. Lewis Grant, Adjutant of
mullets az. James Innes, writer, Chelsea College (1780).
Edinburgh. Crosses Pat^e (3).
Az. a cross patee between three Az. three crosses pate'e arg.
mullets arg. within a double tressure DUGUID OF AUCHINHUIFF.
flory counter-flory or. Murray of Az. three crosses patee fitchee, 2 and
Glendoick. 1, or,and as many mullets, 1 and 2, arg.
Az. a cross patee between three Lieut.-Col. William Arrot (1691).
mullets arg. John Murray, tutor Az. three crosses patee in chief arg.
of Stormont. Barclay of Urie (1725).
Az. a cross pate'e fitchee or be- Az. three crosses patee arg. (1st
68 CROSSES PATEE— CROWN

Crosses Patee (3)


— continued. Parted per Cross, or Quarterly — contd.
and 4th quarters). LESLIE-DUGUID in base a horse-shoe sa. William
of Balquhain and Auchinhove, M'Gregor, M.D., C.M.G. (1884).
co. Aberdeen (1889). Parted per cross or and gu. ;

Cross Potent. over all on a bend sa. three fleurs


Arg. a cross potent az. placed in a de lys of the first. John Allison
loch ppr., and in chief two mullets of (1S11).
the second (
1 st and 4th quarters). Parted per cross or and gu. over all
;

Miller of Gourlabank. a bend engrailed sa. charged with


Gu. a cross potent fitchee or three cross crosslets fitchde arg. (1st
between three cinquefoils arg. (3rd and 4th quarters), all within a bordure
quarter). Hamilton Tyndall Bruce arg. charged with three cushions gu.
of Grangehall and Falkland IVERACH OF WlDEFORD (1867).
(1873). Parted per cross or and gu. over ;

Cross Raguly. all a bend sa. (2nd and 3rd quarters).


Gu. on a cross raguly arg. two Campbell M'Iver of Asknish (ist
gillyflowers slipped ppr., one in chief matric. 1769).
and the other in base. LlSTON OF Parted per cross or and gu. over ;

Millburn Tower (181 7). all a bend sa. (2nd and 3rd quarters).
Parted per Cross, or Quarterly. M'Iver Campbell of Asknish (2nd
Parted per cross arg. and or, in the matric. 1853, 3rd do. 1881, 4th do.
first quarter a lion rampant gu., in the 1884).
second a dexter hand fess-ways couped Parted per cross or and gu. ;

ppr. holding a cross crosslet fitchee over all a bend sa. charged with
gu., in the third a galley, oars in three cross crosslets fitchee arg. (2nd
saltire, sa., in the fourth a salmon and 3rd quarters), all within a bordure
naiant ppr. over all on a fess of
; arg. The Rev. Peter Colin Camp-
the third a cushion of the second. bell, Professor in Aberdeen (ist
William Rae Macdonald, F.F.A., matric. 1854).
Edinburgh (1878). Parted per cross or and gu. ;
over
Parted per cross erm. and vert ;
all a bend sa. charged with three
over all a bend or charged with a stag cross crosslets fitchee arg. (2nd and
in full speed ppr. between two mullets 3rd quarters). Principal Campbell,
of the second. Archibald Hood Aberdeen (2nd matric. 1867).
of Rosedale, co. Midlothian (1891). Parted per cross or and gu. over ;

Parted per cross gu. and vairy ;


all a bend sa. (2nd and 3rd quarters

over all a bend indented counter- for


Afaclver), all within a
bordure en-
changed of the second and first. grailed arg. charged with six crosses
Master John Constable. moline az. John Campbell, (retired)
Parted per cross gu. and vair over ; Captain, 21st Madras Native Infantry
all a bend or (3rd quarter for Constable (1873).
of Everingham), in the centre of the Parted per cross sa. and arg.; over all
shield a crescent sa. CONSTABLE- a bend or, on a chief of the second a
Maxwell of Terregles (1875). lion's head erased between two cocks
Parted per cross gu. and vair over ; gu. Cockburn - Hood of Stone-
all a bend or (4th quarter). Con- ridge (1866).
stable-Maxwell-Stuart of Tra- Parted per cross sa. and arg. over ;

quair (1876). all a bend or. HOOD OF STONE-


Parted per cross or and arg. over ;
ridge (1st matric. 1830).
alla sword in bend of the second sur- Crown.
mounted of an oak tree eradicated in Gu. an imperial crown within a
bend sinister ppr., the former support- double tressure flory counter-flory or
ing on its point an antique crown gu., (ist and 4th quarters). Earl of
CROWN— CROWNS 69

Crown — continued. Crowns (3)


— continued.
KELLIE (1st matric. . .
.,
2nd do. and 3rd quarters). Fraser of Lead-
1S66). CLUNE (1807).
Gu. an antique crown within two Arg. three antique crowns gu. (2nd
branches of laurel between three and 3rd quarters), all within a bordure
mullets or, on a chief erm. a key sa. embattled counter-changed quarterly
surmounting a sword ppr. in saltire. arg. and gu. ;
in the centre of the
George Pope, C.B. (1862). shield a gold cross suspended from
Crowns (3). a mural crown or. LlEUT. -
COL.
Arg. three antique crowns gu. (2nd Augustus Simon Frazer (18 14).
and 3rd quarters of 2nd grand quarter Arg. three antique crowns gu. (2nd
for Eraser of Inverallochy), the latter and 3rd quarters).
'
Fraser of Lovat
within a bordure erm. BuRTON- (1837).
Mackenzie of Kilcov, CO. Ross Arg. three antique crowns gu. (2nd
(3rd matric. 1887). and 3rd quarters), in the centre a
Arg. three antique crowns gu. (2nd mullet sa. Hugh Fraser, Secretary
and 3rd quarters), all within a bordure to H.M. Embassy at Rome (1884).
engrailed and quarterly arg. and gu. Arg. three antique crowns gu. (2nd
charged with eight mullets counter- and 3rd quarters of 3rd grand quarter),
changed. Fraser of Auchnagarne. all within a bordure arg. Fraser
Arg. three antique crowns gu. (2nd Tytler of Balnain (1864).
and 3rd quarters), all within a bordure Gu. three antique crowns or within
engrailed and quarterly arg. and gu. a bordure chequy of the second and
Fraser of Belladrum. first. Grant of Corrimonie.
Arg. three antique crowns gu. (2nd or. Grant
Gu. three antique crowns
and 3rd quarters), all within a bordure OF FREUCHIE.
indented arg. charged with eight Gu. three antique crowns or within
crescents gu. Fraser of Eskdell. a bordure engrailed of the last.
Arg. three antique crowns gu. (2nd Grant of Gartinbeg.
and 3rd quarters), all within a bordure Gu. three antique crowns or within
engrailed and quarterly arg. and gu. a bordure engrailed of the last.
and charged with eight annulets Grant of Dalvey (1st matric. 1753,
counter-changed. Fraser of Fin- 2nd do. 1762).
gas k. Gu. three antique crowns or, on a
Arg. three antique crowns gu. (2nd canton arg. a demi-otter issuing out of
and 3rd quarters). Philip Fraser, a bar wavy sa., all within a bordure
Inverness (1692). erm. GRANT OF PRESTONGRANGE
Arg. three antique crowns gu. (2nd (1759).
and 3rd quarters). Fraser of Gu. three imperial crowns or, in
Farraline (1776). (Do.) William the middle chief a Peninsular medal
Fraser, H.E.I.C.S. (1776). suspended from a ribbon of the field
Arg. three antique crowns gu. (2nd fringed az., on a chief embattled arg.
and 3rd quarters), all within a bordure a tower of the first between a sword,
or. Fraser of Struie (1796). hilt upwards, encircled with a garland
Arg. three antique crowns gu. (2nd of laurel and the badge of the Otto-
and 3rd quarters), in the centre of the man Order of the Crescent ppr.
shield a crescent erminois. Major Lieut.-Col. Sir Maxwell Grant,
Charles Fraser, H.E.I.C.S. (1803). K.C.B. (1816).
Arg. three antique crowns gu. (2nd Gu. three antique crowns or within
and 3rd quarters), all within a bordure a bordure of the last charged with
erminois. Fraser of Inverallochy three laurel wreaths vert. Sir Patrick
(1803). Grant, K.C.B. (1861).
Arg. three antique crowns gu. (2nd •Gu. three antique crowns or (1st
7o CROWNS— CUSHIONS
Crowns (3)
— continued. Cup —
continued.
and 4th quarters), all within a bor- chess rooks in fess or within a bordure
dure wavy or. Grant OF Rothie- of the last. Smith of Athernie
MURCHUS (1755). (1760).
Gu. three antique crowns or (2nd Az. a burning cup or between two
and 3rd quarters), all within a bordure chess rooks of the last in chief and a
gu. Fraser of Strichen. hunting-horn in base arg., garnished
Gu. three antique crowns or (2nd and stringed gu. Robert Claude
and 3rd quarters), in the centre of the Smith of Redcliffe Tower, co.
shield a crescent arg., all within a Devon (1876).
bordure gu. Captain Alexander Az. a burning cup between two
Fraser (18 10). chess rooks in fess or within a bordure
Gu. three antique crowns or (2nd of the last (2nd and 3rd quarters for
and 3rd quarters). J AMES Mac- Smyth of Athemey). Carmichael
CxREGOR, M.D. (181 1). Smyth of Nutwood (1st matric.
Gu. three antique crowns or (2nd 1821, 2nd do. 1822).
and 3rd quarters). Earl of Sea- Sa. a cup arg. with a garland
field (1824). between two laurel branches issuing
Gu. three antique crowns or (2nd and out of the same vert, within a bordure
3rd quarters of 2nd and 3rd grand quar- of second charged with eight
the
ters), the latter within a bordure gu. boars' heads erased gu. Laurie of
Mackenzie of Kilcoy (1st matric.) Reidcastle (1st matric.)
Gu. three antique crowns or (2nd Sa. a
cup arg. with a garland
and 3rd quarters of 2nd and 3rd between two laurel branches issuing
grand quarters), all within a bordure out of the same vert, within a bordure
gu. charged with three mullets arg. of the second charged with eight
Lieut.-Col. Kenneth Mackenzie boars' heads erased gu. (1st and 4th
(1805). quarters).Craig-Laurie of Red-
Gu. three antique crowns or (2nd castle (2nd matric. 1857).
and 3rd quarters of 2nd and 3rd Cups (2).
grand quarters), all within a bordure en- Gu. two covered cups or, in the
grailed quarterly arg. and gu. charged middle chief a mullet arg. M'Ilvain
with three mullets counter-changed. of Grimmet.
Charles Douglas Mackenzie, Cups (3).
Udney House, Middlesex (i860). Az. three covered cups or, on a
Gu. three antique crowns or (2nd chief arg. a ship under sail in a sea
and 3rd quarters of 3rd grand quarter), ppr., a dexter canton gu. charged with
all within a bordure erm. TYTLER the mace of the City of London sur-
OF Woodehouselee (2nd matric. mounted in saltire by a sword, also
1824). ppr. Sir James Shaw (1809).
Gu. three antique crowns or within Az. three covered cups or (2nd and
a bordure parted per pale of the last Shaw Stewart of'
3rd quarters).
and az. (4th quarter for Grajit of Blackhall and Greenock (18 12).
Ihtrdsyards). Fraser Tytler of Cushion.
Balnain (1864). Arg. a cushion az., accompanied by
Or, three antique crowns gu. (2nd two spur-revels gu. in fess between
and 3rd quarters of 2nd grand quarter), three lions' heads erased of the last.
the latter within a bordure erm. M \< James Scott, W.S. (1789).
kenzie of Kilcoy (2nd matric. 1
837). Cushions (3).
Cup. Or, three cushions gu., each charged
Az. a burning cup between two chess with a crescent arg., all within a bor-
rooks in fess or. Smith of Braco. dure of the second charged with eight
Az. a burning cup between two roses of the first. John Melville.
CUSHIONS— DAGGERS 7i

Cushions (3),
—continued. Cutlass — see Scimitar.
Or, three cushions within a double
tressure flory counter-flory gu. (2nd Dagger (Skene).
and 3rd quarters), all within a bordure Az. a dagger in fess arg. between
nebuly quarterly az. and gu. Dunbar three bears' heads couped of the
OF DURN. second, muzzled sa. FORBES OF
Or, three cushions gu. within a Rubislaw.
double tressure flory counter-flory of Az. a dagger in pale ppr. with a
the last (2nd and 3rd quarters), all wolf's head couped or on the point
within a bordure arg. charged with thereof between three bears' heads arg.,
eight fraises gu. Dunbar of Grange. muzzled gu. Patrick Forbes.
Or, three cushions within a double Az. a dagger in pale arg. bearing on
tressure flory counter-flory gu. (2nd its point a wolf's head couped or be-

and 3rd quarters), all within a bordure tween three bears' heads couped of
vairy gu. and or. Dunbar of Hemp- the second, muzzled gu. on a chief of ;

rigs. the second issuing out of the base


Or, three cushions within a double thereof a demi-otter sa. crowned with
tressure flory counter-flory gu. (2nd an antique crown of the fourth (2nd
and 3rd quarters), all within a bordure and 3rd quarters). Forbes Leslie
gu. charged with eight annulets or. OF Rothie (1862).
Dunbar of Inchbrok. Gu. a dagger in pale ppr., point up-
Or, three cushions within a double wards, between three bears' heads
tressure flory counter-flory gu. (2nd couped or. Fordyce of Ayton
and 3rd quarters), all within a bordure (1767).
quarterly az. and gu., and in the Gu. a dagger in pale ppr., on its
centre a deer's head cabossed for point a wolf's head couped of the last,
difference. Dunbar of Newton. armed and langued arg., between three
Or, three cushions gu. within a crescents of the third, all within a
double tressure flory counter-flory of bordure erm. Henry William Tyt-
the last (2nd and 3rd quarters). ler, M.D. (1803).
Dunbar of Westfield. Gu. a dagger erect in pale ppr.
Or, three cushions within a double between three wolves' heads erased
tressure flory counter-flory gu., a mullet arg. (2nd and 3rd quarters). Reid
in the centre (2nd and 3rd quarters). of Strathloch (1764).
Dunbar of Boath (1753). Gu. a dagger in pale ppr., point up-
Or, three cushions pendant by the wards, between three boars' heads
corners within a double tressure flory couped or (2nd and 3rd quarters).
counter-flory gu. (2nd and 3rd Fordyce Buchan of Kelloe
quarters) over all a cross moline az.,
; (1856).
all within a bordure nebuly quarterly Sa. a dagger in bend ppr., and in
gu. and az. William Dunbar (1777). chief a boar's head erased arg.
Or, three cushions within a double Browne of Blackburn.
tressure flory counter-flory gu. (2nd Daggers (2).
and 3rd quarters of 2nd and 3rd Arg. two daggers az., the pommels
grand quarters), the latter within a divided in chief and the points con-
bordure quarterly az. and or, and in joined, piercing a man's heart in base
the fess point a deer's head cabossed ppr., in the honour point a cinquefoil
ppr. Dame Mary Dunbar Brander sa. Pearson of Kippenross.
of Pitgaveny (1854). Gu. two daggers, points downward,
Or, three cushions within a double in saltire arg., in base a lancet, point
tressure flory counter-flory gu. (3rd upward and spread, of the second.
quarter for Randolph). Earl OF Mr. Matthew M'Kaile, surgeon,
Moray. Aberdeen,
72 DAGGERS — EAGLE
Daggers (3) (Skenes, Dirks). Decrescent — see Crescent.
Arg. three daggers in pale gu., on a Dog.
chief az. as many mullets of the field. Arg. a dog in chase of a deer at full
Threipland of FiNGASK(ist matric.) speed ppr. upon a ground in base vert,
Arg. three daggers in pale gu., on a within a bordure az. Rev. JOHN
chief az. as many mullets of the MacKinnon, Kilmodan (1806).
held (ist and 4th quarters). Murray Gu. a mastiff dog sejant or, holding
Threipland of FiNGASK(2nd matric. in his fore-paws a Lochaber axe ppr.

1826). (2nd and 3rd quarters). Porter of


Gu. three daggers pale -ways arg. Troquhain (1804).
surmounted of as many wolves' Dogs (3).
heads couped or. Skene of that Vert, three dogs of chase courant
Ilk. arg., collared or, on a chief of the
Gu. three daggers arg. surmounted second three hunting-horns of the first,
on the point by as many wolves' heads stringed gu. Hunter OF Hunters-
couped or, all within a bordure en- TON (18 IO).
grailed of the second. Skene of Vert, three dogs of chase courant
Dyce. arg., collared or, on a chief wavy of
Gu. three daggers arg. surmounted the second three hunting-horns of the
of asmany wolves' heads couped or, a first, stringed gu. DAVID HUNTER,
crescent for difference. Skene of merchant, Calcutta (1826).
Hallyards. Dolphins (3).
Gu. three daggers arg. surmounted Arg. three dolphins hauriant az.,
of as many wolves' heads couped of finned gu. James Gilroy, M.D.
the last (or ?), a chief az. Skene of (1891).
Newtyle. Dove.
Gu. three daggers arg. surmounted Gu. a dove arg., holding in her beak
on the point by as many wolves' heads an olive branch vert between three an-
couped or, all within a bordure invected tique crowns or. Grant of Carron.
of the second. Skene of Ramore. Duck.
Gu. three daggers pale-ways ppr. Arg. a duck ppr., on a chief dan-
surmounted of as many wolves' heads head couped between
cetty gu. a boar's
or (2nd quarter). RUSSELL OF MON- two crescents of the first. Meik of
COFFER (1768). Leidcassie.
Gu. three daggers pale-ways in fess Arg. a duck ppr., on a chief in-
arg. surmounted by as many wolves' dented gu. a boar's head couped
heads or (2nd and 3rd quarters). between two crescents or. Mikieson
TT
FlNNIE OF HlLBRAE (1765). of '1693).
Gu. three daggers pale-ways in fess Vall.
ppr. surmounted by as manv -

heads or (3rd quarter}


Crichie (176 an eagle displayed az., armed,
'

(
ueaked, and membered gu., on his
..
or, breast an antique covered cup or.
Coi the second Earl of Southesk.
Skene of Pitlurg Arg. an eagle displayed sa. Earl
1 1- of Dalhousie (1st matric.)
jjarts (2). Arg. an eagle displayed between
Argent, two darts ppr., points down- two serpents disposed in orle sa.
wards, saltire-ways and thrust through James Ramsay, Bishop of Dunblane.
a man's heart, placed in the middle fess Arg. an eagle displayed sa., armed
gu., piled and feathered of the first. and membered gu., within a bordure
Ykoman of Dryburgh. of the third. RAMSAY OF JDINGTON,
EAGLE 73

Eagle — continued. Eagle — continued.


Arg. an eagle displayed sa., armed a bordure of the second besanty, on
and membered gu., within a bordure a chief gu. a mullet of the first between
of the second charged with eight roses two cinquefoils erm. Peter Ramsay,
of the first. Ramsay of Whitehill. banker, Edinburgh (1825).
Arg. an eagle displayed sa., armed Arg. an eagle displayed sa. within
and membered gu., within an orle of a bordure indented of the second
eight mullets az. Mr. Hugh Ram- besanty, on a chief gu. a mullet of
say, Provost of Methven. the first between two cinquefoils erm.,
Arg. an eagle displayed sa., armed and in the collar point a crescent
and beaked gu., on his breast a thistle counter-changed. Robert Ramsay,
or. Charles Aloisius Ramsay. C.S., Edinburgh (1825).
Arg. an eagle displayed sa. within a Arg. an eagle displayed sa. charged
bordure az. Captain William Ram- on the breast with a cinquefoil of the
say. field, a chief supported by a fillet of

Arg. an eagle displayed sa., mem- the second parted per pale, 1st arg. a
bered and armed or, and on his breast bend az., 2nd arg. a heart crowned
an escutcheon gu., a crescent in chief gu., on a chief az. three mullets of the
for difference. Andrew Reid, West- field. Ramsay of Barnton (1849).
s-
minster. Arg. an eagle displayed sa. (1st
Arg. an eagle displayedbetween quarter), all within a bordure em-
three quatrefoils sa., on a chief battled gu. Maxwell of Cardo-
engrailed of the second as many ness (1805).
quatrefoils of the first. Whyte of Arg. an eagle displayed sa., a chiet
BURNTSHEILS. gu. (1st and 4th quarters). Ramsay
Arg. an eagle displayed between of Wauchtoun.
three quatrefoils sa., on a chief in- Arg. an eagle displayed gu., beaked
dented of the second as many quatre- and armed az. (1st and 4th quarters).
foils of the first. Whyte of Con- Reid of Strathloch (1764).
land. Arg. an eagle displayed sa., beaked
Arg. an eagle volant between three and membered gu., in chief a mullet
quatrefoils sa., on a chief of the second of the last, all within a bordure
as many quatrefoils of the first. engrailed vert (1st and 4th quarters).
Major Andrew Whyte. Captain John Ramsay (1793).
Arg. an eagle displayed sa., armed Arg. an eagle displayed sa. (1st and
and membered gu., within a bordure 4th quarters). Earl of Dalfiousie
nebuly of the second. John Ramsay, (2nd matric. 1841, 3rd do. 1 861).
M.D. (1693). Arg. an eagle displayed sa. within
Arg. an eagle displayed sa., beaked a bordure of the second charged with
and membered gu., bearing in his eight roses of the first (1st and 4th
talons branches of laurel and olive quarters). Wardlaw Ramsay OF
displayed saltire-ways ppr. Allan Whitehill (1849).
Ramsay, Edinburgh (1740). Arg. an eagle displayed sa. sur-
Arg. an eagle displayed sa., beaked mounted of a fess of the field charged
and membered gu., bearing on his with three stars of six points wavy az.
breast another eagle displayed of the (1st and 4th quarters). RAMSAY OF
field. Ramsay of Brackmonth BARRA (2nd matric. 1858).
(1770- Arg. an eagle displayed sa., armed
Arg. an eagle displayed sa. charged gu., within a bordure of the second
on the breast with a rose of the first. (2nd and 3rd quarters). Irvine of
Ramsay of Balmain .

(1st matric. Kinconsie.


1806, 2nd do. 1808). Arg. an eagle displayed sa\, beaked
Arg. an eagle displayed sa. within and membered gu. (2nd and 3rd
74 EAGLE

Eagle — continued. Eagle — continued.

quarters), all within a bordure az. Gu. an eagle displayed or, armed
Ogilvie of Balbegno. and membered az., looking towards
Arg. an eagle displayed sa. (2nd the sun in his splendour, placed in the
and 3rd quarters), all within a bordure dexter chief (1st and 4th quarters),
engrailed gu. Pitcairn of that Ilk all within a bordure or. WILLIAM
(1st matric.) Erskine, second son of David, Lord
Arg. an eagle displayed sa. (2nd Cardross.
and 3rd quarters). Pitcairn of Gu. an eagle displayed or, armed
FORTHER OR OF THAT ILK. and membered az., looking towards
Arg. an eagle displayed sa., beaked, the sun in his splendour, placed in
langued, and armed gu., charged on the dexter chief (1st and 4th quarters),
his breast with another eagle displayed all within a bordure parted per pale

of the (2nd and 3rd quarters for


first or and arg. John Erskine, third

Ramsay of Brakmonth). Macgill son of David, Lord Cardross.


OF KEMBACK (2nd matric. 1 7 7 ). 1 Gu. an eagle displayed or, armed
Arg. an eagle displayed sa., beaked and membered az., looking towards
and membered gu., charged on the the sun in his splendour, placed in the
breast with an escutcheon of the last, dexter chief (1st and 4th quarters),
all within a bordure of the second all within a bordure triparted at the

(2nd and 3rd quarters). RAMSAY dexter and sinister chief angles and
L'AMV OF DUNKENNY (1864). the middle base point or, arg., and
Arg. an eagle displayed sa., beaked gu. Charles Erskine, fourth son
and membered gu. (2nd and 3rd of David, Lord Cardross.
quarters for Ramsay), in chief of the Gu. an eagle displayed or, armed
quarters a crescent gu. over all an ;
and membered az., looking towards
escutcheon of pretence quarterly, 1st the sun in his splendour of the second,
and 4th Hamilton, 2nd Nisbet, 3rd placed in the dexter chief ( st and 1

Dundas. Nisbet-Hamilton-Ogilvy 4th quarters), all within a bordure


OF BlEL (1888). engrailed parted per pale or and arg.
Arg. an eagle displayed sa., in chief Erskine of Linlathen (1870).
three crescents gu. (3rd quarter). Or, an eagle displayed az., beaked
Bruce Dundas of Blair (1796). and membered ppr., holding in his

Arg. an eagle displayed sa. within a dexter talon a thistle of the last.

bordure of the last besanty, on a chief Carnegie of Ballindarg.


gu. two cinquefoils erm. (3rd quarter). Or, an eagle displayed az., armed
Ramsay-Gibson-Maitland of Clif- and membered gu., surmounted on
tonhall and barnton (l866). the breast with a book of the first.
Az. an eagle displayed arg. sur- Carnegy of Craigo.
mounted of a fess sa. charged with Or, an eagle displayed az., and in
two mullets or. Martin Barr, chief a buckle between two annulets of
Worcester (1825). the second. Carnegy of Newgate.
Az. an eagle displayed arg., on a Or, an eagle displayed az., holding
chief of the second a lion passant in its dexter talon a rose slipped in

guardant gu., crowned with an imperial pale ppr. William Carnegy, eldest
crown or. John Allan Carnegy, son of Leuchlands.
London (1st matric. 1825). Or, an eagle displayed sa., and in
Gu. an eagle displayed or, armed chief a rose gu. between two mullets
and membered az., looking towards of the second. Panton of Black-
the sun in his splendour, placed in HOUSE.
the dexter chief ( 1 st and 4th quarters Or, an eagle displayed sa., in
as coat of augmentation). Lord chief a rose gu. between two mullets
Cardross. of the second, within a bordure of the
EAGLE 75

Eagle —continued. —
Eagle con tin ued.
third. Captain George Panton, mounted of a galley sa., in the dexter
alias Panther. chief point a dexter hand couped in
Or, an eagle displayed gu. charged fess of the second, and in the sinister
on the breast with a mullet arg. a cross crosslet fitchee of the third.
between two cross crosslets fitchee in .Eneas R. W. M'Donell (1870).
chief and a crescent in base sa. Or, an eagle displayed gu. sur-
Donald of Conheath (1788). mounted of a galley sa., sails furled,
Or, an eagle displayed gu. sur- rigging ppr., in the dexter chief point
mounted of a galley sa., sails furled a dexter hand couped in fess of the
and rigging ppr., in the dexter chief second, and in the sinister a cross
point a dexter hand couped in fess of crosslet fitchee az., all within a bor-
the second, and in the sinister a cross dure engrailed of the last. Mac-
crosslet fitchee of the third. M'Donell DONELL OF LOCHGARRY (1890).
of Glengarry (1797). Or, an eagle displayed az., armed
Or, an eagle displayed gu., beaked and membered sa. (1st and 4th
and membered sa., surmounted of a quarters for Carnegie). Earl of
fess engrailed az. charged with a NORTHESK.
besant between two buckles of the Or, an eagle displayed az.,beaked
field. The Rev. James Lapslie, and membered sa. (1st and 4th
Minister of Campsie (1797). quarters), all within a bordure parted
Or, an eagle displayed az., beaked per pale gu. and arg. charged with
and membered gu., within a bordure eight escallops counter-changed. Car-
engrailed of the second. Major- negie OF FlNHAVEN (l773).
Gen. Nicholas Carnegie, H.E.I.C.S. Or, an eagle displayed gu. charged
(1815). on the breast with a horse-shoe of the
Or, an eagle displayed az., beaked field (1st and 4th quarters). Major
and membered gu., surmounted on the John Smith, 31st Regt. Bengal Army
breast with a star of eight points (1867).
arg., within a bordure engrailed of Or, an eagle displayed reguardant
the third charged with eight besants. sa. charged on the breast with a cres-

John Allan Carnegy (2nd matric. cent of the first, in chief two crescents
1826). of the second (1st and 4th quarters).
Or, an eagle displayed gu., armed Hunter-Weston of Hunterston
sa., surmounted on the breast of a (1880).
galley of the first, within a bordure of Or, an eagle displayed az. (1st
the third charged with three cross and 4th quarters of 1st and 4th grand
crosslets fitchee arg. Macalester quarters). Carnegy of Kinfauns.
of Loup (1847). Sa. an eagle displayed arg., armed
Or, an eagle displayed gu., sur- and beaked gu. Gourlay of Kin-
mounted of a galley sa., sails furled CRAIG.
and rigging ppr., in the dexter chief Sa. an eagle displayed arg., armed
point a dexter hand couped in fess of and membered gu., within a bordure
the second, and in the sinister a cross engrailed or. James Gourlay, Dant-
crosslet fitchee of the third, all within
a bordure of the second. Sir James Sa. an eagle displayed or, in his
Macdonell, G.C.B. (1855). dexter talon a dagger ppr., within a
Or, an eagle displayed between bordure arg. charged with six mullets
three quatrefoils az., on a chief of the gu. William MacAndrew, London
second a besant between two garbs of (1785).
thefirst. White of Grougar and Sa. an eagle displayed or, in his
Ardarroch (1866). dexter talon a dagger in pale ppr.,
Or, an eagle displayed gu. sur- within a bordure arg. charged with
76 EAGLE

Eagle — continued. Eagle —continued.


three lozenges gu., on a chief of the playedsa., beaked and membered gu.,
third a sword in bend dexter az., sup- surmounted of an escutcheon of the
porting on its point an antique crown firstcharged with a saltire of the
of the fourth and an oak tree eradi- second and surcharged in the centre
cated in bend sinister ppr. JOHN with a hedgehog or. MAXWELL OF
Macandrew, M.D. (1850). Carruchan (1848).
Sa. an eagle displayed arg., armed Arg. an eagle displayed with two
and beaked gu. (1st and 4th quarters). heads sa., armed gu., charged on the
Austin - Gourlay of Kincraig breast with a garland of laurel or,
(1865). within a bordure embattled of the
Eagle, Two-Headed or Double. third, on a chief of the same a mural
Arg. an eagle with two heads dis- crown between two mullets of the
played sa., on a chief vert two spur- fourth. Sir John Aitchison, K.C.B.
revels or, all within a bordure invected (1867).
of the second. Aitchison OF Syde- Arg. an eagle displayed with two
SERF. heads sa., beaked and membered gu.,
Arg. an eagle with two heads dis- bearing on his breast an escutcheon
played sa., on a chief vert a cross of the first charged with a saltire of
staff between two spur- revels or. the second, surcharged with a hedgehog
Captain John Aitchison, Pitten- or ( quarter for Maxwell, Earl of
1 st

weem. Nithsdale), in the centre of the shield


Arg. a double eagle displayed gu., a crescent sa. CONSTABLE MAXWELL
a mullet for difference. DUNLOP OF OF TERREGLES (1875).
Garnkirk. Arg. an eagle with two heads dis-
Arg. a double eagle displayed gu., played gu. (1st and 4th quarters).
a martlet for difference. Dunlop OF Dunlop of that Ilk (1837).
HOUSEHILL. Arg. an eagle displayed with two
Arg. a double eagle displayed sa., heads sa., beaked and membered gu.,
beaked and membered. gu., upon its bearing on its breast an escutcheon of
breast an escutcheon of the first the first charged with a saltire of the
charged with a saltire of the second, second, surcharged with a hedgehog
surcharged with an urcheon (hedgehog) or ( 1 st and 4th quarters). MAXWELL
or, all within a bordure of the third. of Munches (1868).
Maxwell of Monreith. an eagle displayed with two
Arg.
Arg. an eagle with two heads dis- heads beaked and membered gu.,
sa.,

played sa., on a chief vert a crescent carrying on his breast an escutcheon


of the field between two spur-revels of the first charged with a saltire of

or. Aitchison of Rochsolloch the second, surcharged with a hedge-


(1770- hog or (2nd quarter). CONSTABLE
Arg. a double-headed
eagle dis- Maxwell - Stuart of Traquair
played gu., in the dexter chief point a (1876).
mullet az., within a bordure of the last. Arg. an eagle displayed with two
Dunlop of Carmyle (1st matric. heads gu. (1st and 4th quarters of
1779). By a second matriculation in 2nd and 3rd grand quarters) over the ;

1789 the mullet az. was altered to a latter on an escutcheon Boyle of Kel-
rose gu. bumc. The College of the Holy
Arg. a headed eagle dis-
double Spirit, Cumbrae (1874).
-

played gu., beaked and membered sa., Or, a double eagle with wings dis-
in chief a lozenge between two mullets played, surmounted by a galley sa.,
az., and in base the sea wavy vert. armed, langued, and flagged gu., in
Dunlop of Rosebank (1792). the dexter chief point a sinister hand
Arg. a double-headed eagle dis- couped of the third, a mullet in the
EAGLE— ESCUTCHEONS 77

Eagle — continued. Eels (3).


fess points of the field. DONALDSON Az. three eels naiant fess-ways in
of Hilton. pale arg. Ellis of Elliston.
Or, a double eagle with wings dis- Elephant.
played surmounted of a galley sa., Az. an elephant passant arg.,
armed and flagged gu., in the dexter tusked or, bearing on his back a tower
chief point a left handcouped of the last. ppr. Royal Burgh of Dumbarton.
Donaldson of Kinnairdie (1736). Escallops (3).
Or, a double eagle with wings dis- Az. three escallops or within a bor-
played surmounted of a galley sa., dure engrailed of the last. Pringle
armed (and flagged) gu., in the dexter of Greenknowe.
chief a left hand couped of the third Az. three escallops or. Pringle
and in the sinister chief a salmon ppr. of Stitchell.
Colin Donaldson, co. Middlesex Escutcheon (Inescutcheon).
(174S). Gu. an escutcheon arg. between
Or, a double eagle displayed sa., three pyke-heads (geds' heads) couped
beaked and membered gu., surmounted or. Geddes of Rachan.
of a galley of the second, flagged of Gu. on an escutcheon or between
the third, in a dexter canton arg. a eight crosses patee arg. an anvil ppr.
sinister hand couped in pale gu., all Bertram of Nisbet (1752).
within a bordure of the last. Donald- Gu. anescutcheon erm. between
son OF ACHMULL (1766). three pykes' heads couped or, in chief
Or, double-headed eagle dis-
a a mullet arg. (2nd and 3rd quarters).
played ppr., beaked and membered Captain David Parkhill (1803).
gu., surmounted of a galley sa., flagged an escutcheon chequy arg. and
Sa.
of the third, in the dexter chief point az.between three lions' heads erased
a sinister hand couped and erected of of the second. M
'Naught of Kil-
the last, all within a bordure engrailed quharitie.
az. Robert Donaldson, W.S. Sa. an escutcheon chequy or and az.
(1780). between three lions' heads erased arg.
Or, a double-headed eagle displayed (2nd and 3rd quarters). Macknight
ppr.,beaked and membered gu., sur- Crawfurd of Cartsburn (2nd
mounted of a galley sa., flagged of the matric. 1864).
third, in the dexter chief point a Vairy, on an escutcheon gu. a fess
sinister hand couped and erected of in form of a wall crenelle of three
the last, in the sinister an escallop of pieces arg., masoned sa. Captain
the fourth, all within a bordure en- Charles Straton (1698).
grailed az. Alexander Donald- Vert, an escutcheon arg.
charged
son, Major 76th Foot (1780). with a stag's head cabossed gu., at-
Or, a double eagle displayed sur- tired or (3rd quarter for Chesham).
mounted by a galley sa., armed and Viscount Newhaven.
flagged gu., in the dexter chief point a Escutcheons (3).
left hand couped of the last (1st and Arg. three escutcheons gu. Earl
4th quarters), all within a bordure az. of Erroll.
charged with eight buckles or. DON- Arg. three escutcheons gu., over
ALDSON of Bannachra (1766). all inchief a label of three points of
Or, an eagle displayed with two the second. Sir John Hay (after-
heads, armed and beaked az. (1st and wards eleventh Earl of Erroll).
4th quarters of 1st grand quarter) ; Arg. three escutcheons gu. within
over the latter on an escutcheon of a bordure erm. Hay of Balhousie.
pretence Boyle of Kelbume. Earl of Arg. three escutcheons within a
Glasgow (1869). bordure engrailed gu., a mullet for

Ears of Wheat see Wheat. difference. Hay of Earnehill.
78 ESCUTCHEONS— FACE, LEOPARD'S
Escutcheons (3)
— continued. Escutcheons {Z)— continued.
Arg. three escutcheons within a Arg. three escutcheons gu. (2nd
bordure gu. Hay of Lochloy. and 3rd quarters of 1st and 4th grand
Arg. three escutcheons within a quarters). Earl of Kinnoull
bordure engrailed az., semee of [impaled by Lyon Office] (1823).
cinquefoils of the first. Hay of Arg. three escutcheons gu. (2nd
Muntone. and 3rd quarters of 1st and 4th grand
Arg. three escutcheons gu. within a quarters) within a bordure gu. Cap-
bordure chequy of the second and tain Edward William Auriol
first. Hay of Pitfour. Hay, Lyon Clerk (1824). 1
Arg. three escutcheons within a Arg. three escutcheons gu. (2nd and
bordure gu. charged with eight cres- 3rd quarters of 1st and 2nd grand
cents of the field. Hay of Strowie. quarters) within a bordure erm.
Arg. three escutcheons gu. within Robert William Hay (1824).
1

a bordure counter-compony of the Arg. three escutcheons gu. (2nd


second and first. John Hay, London. and 3rd quarters for Hay). Earl
Arg. three escutcheons within a of Kinnoull.
bordure indented gu. Robert Hay, Arg. three escutcheons gu. (2nd
W.S. and 3rd quarters), all within a bordure
Arg. three escutcheons gu., each gu. Seton of Abercorn.
charged with a garb or banded of the Arg. three escutcheons gu. (2nd and
second. Henry Hay, merchant in 3rd quarters). (Smith-) Seton of
Leith. Touch (1771).
Arg. three escutcheons gu., a bor- Arg. three escutcheons gu., in chief
dure az. charged with six fraises of the an ox-yoke lying fess-ways ppr. (2nd
first.Sir David Hay, M.D. (1692). and 3rd quarters). Dalrymple Hay
Arg. three escutcheons gu. within a of Park (1800).
bordure indented az. charged with six Arg. three escutcheons gu. (1st and
fraises of the first. Hay of Letham 4th quarters of 2nd and 3rd grand
(1693). quarters), with a crescent gu. for
Arg. three escutcheons gu. within a difference, the latter within a bordure
bordure engrailed sa. charged with of the last. Hay Gordon of
eight annulets or. GEORGE Hay, Avochie (1858).
merchant, Konigsberg (1807). Arg. three escutcheons gu. (3rd
Arg. three escutcheons gu., in the quarter of 3rd grand quarter for Hay).
fess point a key for difference (1st and Fraser of Findrack (1864).
4th quarters). Hay OF MORDINGTON Erm. three escutcheons gu. (1st
(1st matric. 1 76 1). and 4th quarters). Hay of LEYS
Arg. three escutcheons gu. (1st and (1831).
4th quarters), all within a bordure gu. Erm. three escutcheons gu. (1st and
Hay of Mordington (2nd matric. 4th quarters). Paterson-Balfour-
1764). Hay of Leys and Carpow (1872).
Arg. three escutcheons gu. (1st and
4th quarters), in the fess point a crescent. Face, Leopard's.
Hay of Rannas (1764). Gu. a leopard's tace arg. between
Arg. three escutcheons gu. (1st and three cinquefoils erm. Charles
4th quarters), in the centre of the Edward Hamilton, London (1892).
shield a crescent gu. Hay OF Faich- Quarterly or and gu. a leopard's
field (1806). face ppr. (2nd and 3rd quarters for
Arg. three escutcheons gu. (2nd and M i

Iver). Campbell of Bal-


3rd quarters of 1st and 4th grand LOCHYLE (1871).
quarters). Earl OF KlNNOULL 1
Altered on Petition to a coat of four quarters,
(1811). of which the above was the third (1824).
FALCON— FESS 79

Falcon. Fess — continuci I.

Arg. a falcon volant ppr. between Arg. a fess az. CHARTERIS OF


three holly leaves in chief vert and a Hempsfield.
hunting-horn in base sa., garnished gu. Arg. a fess chequy az. and of the

Burnet of Shetchocksley. firstsurmounted of two ravens hang-


Arg. a falcon close sa., armed, jessed, ing pale-ways sa., with an arrow through
and belled or, on a chief of the second both their heads. Peter Murdoch,
three besants. Bolton of Carbrook Glasgow (1732).
(1870). Arg. a fess counter-compony az. and
Az. a falcon displayed between three of the field surmounted of two swords,
mullets arg., on his breast a man's points upwards, in saltire ppr., on a chief
heart gu. Lord Halkerstoune. of the second three besants. Hopkirk
Az. a falcon displayed arg. charged OF Dalbeath (1st matric. 1774).
on the breast with a heart gu. between az. and of the
Arg. a fess chequy
three mullets of the second (2nd and fieldsurmounted of two ravens hang-
3rd quarters). Falconer Macken- ing pale-ways, suspended from an
zie of Allangrange (18 1 7). arrow in fess through their heads,
Gu. a falcon volant or within an point toward the sinister, all ppr.
orle wavy on the outer and engrailed Murdoch of Rosshill (1779).
on the inner side arg. Thomas Arg. a fess az. surmounted of three
Knox, Ireland (1693). arrows, one in pale and two in bend
Sa. a falcon rising or between three dexter and sinister, points downwards,
mullets of the last (2nd and 3rd quar- counter-changed in chief a boar's
;

ters for
Pendarvis). Bassett of head erased sa., and in base two
Tihiddy, Cornwall (1780). escallops ermines. HUTCHISON OF
Falcons (3). Rockend (1856).
Arg. three falcons vert (1st quarter). Arg. a fess wreathed az. and gu.
Quarles (1767). within a bordure of the second (1st
FESS. quarter). Gibson- Carmichael of
(1) Fess, Fess within . . . and Fess Skirling (2nd matric. 1823).
surmounted of . . .
Arg. a fess az. within a double
(2) Fess and in chief . . . tressure flory counter-flory gu. (1st
(3) Fess and in base . . . and 4th quarters). Charteris OF
(4) Fess between . . . Amisfield.
(5) On a Fess . . .
Arg. a fess wreathed az. and gu.
(6) On a Fess . . . and in chief . . . within a bordure of the second (1st
( 7) On a Fess . . . and in base . . . and 4th quarters). Carmichael-
(8) On a Fess between . . . Smyth of Nutwood (1st matric.
(9) Parted per Fess. 1 82 1, 2nd do. 1822).

(1) Fess, Fess within . .


.,
Fess sur- Arg. a fess wreathed gu. and az.
mounted of . . . within a bordure of the last (2nd
Arg'. a fess wreathed az. and quarter). Gibson- Carmichael of
gu. Carmichael, Earl of Hind- Skirling (1st matric. 1791).
ford. Arg. a fess sa. (2nd and 3rd
Arg. a fess wreathed az. and gu. quarters), all within a bordure en-
within a bordure of the second charged grailed gu. David Congilton,
with eight crescents of the first. portioner of Dirleton.
Carmichael of Ballinblea. Arg. a fess gu. (2nd and 3rd
Arg. a fess wreathed az. and gu. quarters), all within a bordure or.
within a bordure counter-compony of Melville of Cassingray.
the second and first. John Car- Arg. a fess gu. (2nd and 3rd quarters
michael, portioner of Little Black- for Melville of Raitli). Lord Mel-
burn. ville (1673).
So FESS

Fess — continued. Fess — continued.


Arg. a fess gu. (3rd quarter), all (1st and 4th quarters). Earl of
within a bordure componyerm. and pur- Crawford (1884).
pure. Campbell of Craigie (
1 8 1
6). Gu. a fess chequy arg. and az. within
Az. a fess arg. ;
over all a marble a bordure of the last (1st and 4th
pillar gu. issuing out of the nombril quarters of 1 st and 4th grand quarters),
wavy. Edward of Longcroft. the latter within a bordure az. semee
Az. a fess chequy arg. and gu. of fourteen mullets or. LINDSAY OF
Earl of Kilmarnock. Balcarres (1875).
Az. a fess chequy arg. and gu. within Gu. a fess chequy arg. and az. (2nd
a bordure or. BOYD OF PlTCON. and 3rd quarters of 1st and 4th grand
Chequy or and az. a fess gu. quarters), a mullet or in the fess point.
fretty arg. (1st quarter for Cheyne). Paterson Wallace of Morning-
Viscount Newhaven. side (1824).
Gu. a fess vair. Basken of Ord. Gu. a fess chequy az. and arg. (2nd
Gu. a fess erm. Crawfurd OF and 3rd quarters), all within a bor-,
Crawfurdland. dure arg. Chalmers OF KlLDONAN.
Gu. a fess chequy arg. and az. (1st Gu. a fess chequy az. and arg. (2nd
and 4th quarters for Lindsay), all within and 3rd quarters), all within a bor-
a bordure az. charged with fourteen dure indented or. Chambers of
mullets (or). Earl of Balcarres. Waterside.
Gu. a fess chequy arg. and az. (1st Gu. a fess chequy arg. and az. (2nd
and 4th quarters), all within a bordure and 3rd quarters for Lindsay), all
of the last. Lindsay of Evelick. within a bordure quarterly gu. and
Gu. a fess chequy within a bordure arg. Colville of Blair.
counter-compony arg. and az. (1st and Gu. a fess chequy arg. and az. (2nd
4th quarters). Lindsay of Cairne. and 3rd quarters), a mullet for differ-
Gu. a fess chequy arg. and az. (1st ence. Hugh Wallace, W.S.
and 4th quarters), all within a bordure Gu. a fess chequy arg. and az. (2nd
quarterly or and gu. charged with and 3rd quarters). Patrick Wal-
eight mullets counter-changed. Lind- lace, Provost of Arbroath.
say of Cavill. Gu. a fess chequy az. and arg. (2nd
Gu. a fess chequy arg. and az. ( 1 st and 3rd quarters), all within a bordure
and 4th quarters), all within a bordure arg. Wallace of Neilstonside
az. charged with eight roses arg. (1759).
Lindsay of Kilspindie. Gu. a fess erm. surmounted of two
Gu. a fess erm. (1st and 4th spears in saltire arg. (2nd and 3rd
quarters for Crawfurd). Crawfurd quarters), all within a bordure
of Kilbirnie (2nd matric. 1694). quarterly gu. and arg. Patrick
Gu. a fess erm. (1st and 4th George Crawford (1779).
quarters). Crawford of Jordan- Gu. a fess erm. (1st and 4th
hill (2nd matric. 1765, 3rd do. 1766). quarters of 2nd and 3rd grand
Gu. a fess erm. (1st and 4th quarters). Crawford Pollok OF
quarters). Crawford of Auchin- POLLOK (1852).
AMES (1st matric. 1789). Gu. a fess chequy arg. and az. (2nd
Gu. a fess chequy arg. and az. (1st and 3rd quarters of 2nd and 3rd
and 4th quarters). WILLIAM ALEX- grand quarters). DUNLOP OF Dun-
ANDER Lindsay of Deerpark, lop (1838).
Devon (187 1). Gu. a fess erm. (3rd quarter [for
Gu. a fess erm. (1st and 4th Crawford] of 3rd grand quarter).
quarters). Crawfurd of Auchin- Earl of, Glasgow (1869).
ames (2nd matric. 1879). Gu. a fess chequy arg. and az. (1st
Gu. a fess chequy arg. and az. and 4th quarters [for Lindsay] of 3rd
FESS 81

Fess —contiu in u /. Fess — continued.


grand quarter). Earl OF GLASGOW within a bordure gu. charged with
four galleys, oars in action, of the first.
(1869).
Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. John Stewart, Canada (1834).
within a bordure sa. charged with Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. sur-
eight mascles of the third. STEWART mounted of a lion rampant gu., within
OF ASCOG. a bordure engrailed of the second
Or, a fess chequy az. and arg., over charged with three garbs of the field
all a lion rampant gu. Stewart of alternately with as many crescents of
Blackhall. the third. Stewart of St. Fort
Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (1839).
surmounted of a bend engrailed, Or, a fess wavy gu. surmounted of
all within a bordure indented gu. a pillar sa. issuing out of a mount in
Stewart of Burr ay. base vert. Edward OF Balruddery
Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (1867).
within a bordure gu. charged with Or, a fess wavy gu. surmounted of
three lions rampant and as many a pillar sa. issuing out of a mount in
ships at anchor interchanged of the base vert, within a bordure of the
first. Stewart of Newark. second. Allan Edward of Faring-
Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. sur- ton Hall, co. Forfar (1868).
mounted of a bend engrailed gu. Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (1st
charged with a rose ppr. Stewart quarter for Stewart). Earl of Tra-
of Shambelly (1732). quair.
Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. sur- Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (1st
mounted of a bend engrailed gu. quarter). Lady Louisa Stewart
charged with a boar's head couped of (1863).
the field, within a double tressure flory Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (1st
counter-dory of the fourth. Stewart quarter of 1 st grand quarter for Stuart
of Castle Stewart (1st matric. of Traquair), the latter within a bor-
1770). dure gu. Constable - Maxwell-
Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. sur- Stuart of Traquair (1876).
mounted of a bend gu. Stewart of Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (2nd
Goodtrees. (Patent dated 1745, and 3rd quarters of 1st grand quarter).
registered 1777). Duke of Athole (1865).
Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. sur- Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (1st
mounted of a lion rampant gu., within and 4th quarters), all within a bordure
a bordure engrailed of the second counter erm. Stewart of Balcas-
charged with three garbs of the field kie.
Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (1st
alternately with as many crescents of
the third. Stewart of Castle- and 4th quarters), all within a bordure
STEWART (2nd matric. 17S8). az. charged with eight buckles or.

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. Stewart of Grantully ( 1 st matric.)


within a bordure gu. charged with Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. sur-
three crescents of the third. Prof. mounted of a lion rampant gu. (1st and
Dugald Stewart of Catrine 4th quarters). Stewart of Lady-
(1807). wall.
Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. sur- Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (1st
mounted of a bend engrailed gu., and 4th quarters). Stewart of
within a bordure wavy of the second Straebrock.
charged with three mullets of the Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (1st
third. Stuart of Kilburn House, and 4th quarters), all within a bor-
co. Middlesex (181 1).
dure arg. charged with six wolves' heads
Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. erased gu. over all a lion rampant
;

G
82 FESS

Fess — continued. Fess — continued.


gu. James Stewart, merchant, Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (2nd
Dundee. quarter), all within a bordure erm.
Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. ( i st Campbell of Aberuchill (2nd
and 4th quarters), all within a bordure matric. 1694).
embattled az. charged with eight Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (2nd
buckles or. W. Charles Stewart, quarter), all within a bordure quarterly
Major in Halket's Regiment of Scots or and sa. Campbell OF Barcal-
Dutch (1740). DINE (2nd matric. 1808).
Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (1st Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (2nd
and 4th quarters). Stewart of quarter [for Stewart] of coat impaled
Ardsheal (1st matric. 1772, 2nd do. by Macgregor). Captain Evan John
1800). Macgregor Murray (1809).
Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. sur- Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (2nd
mounted of a lion rampant gu. (1st quarter), all within a bordure quarterly
and 4th quarters). Stewart Nichol- or and sa. Campbell OF Barcal-
son OF CARNOCK (1st matric. 1792). dine (2nd matric. 1 8 1
7).
Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. sur- Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. sur-
mounted of a lion rampant gu. (1st mounted of a lion rampant within a
quarters). Shaw Stewart of
and 4th bordure gu. (2nd quarter). RICHARD-
Blackhall and Greenock (18 12). SON OF PlTFOUR (2nd matric. 1826
Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. sur- and 3rd do. 1837).
mounted of a bend engrailed gu., sur- Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. sur-
rounded by a double tressure flory mounted of a lion rampant within a bor-
counter- flory of the fourth, within a dure gu. (2nd quarter). MAJOR J.
a bordure engrailed erm. (1st and 4th Alston Stewart (1830).
John Leveson Douglas
quarters). Or, a fess chequy az. and arg.
Stewart, younger, of Nateby within a bordure gu. charged with
Hall, co. Lancaster (1867). eight buckles of the first (2nd and 3rd
Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. sur- quarters for Stewart) over all on an
;

mounted of a lion rampant gu., within escutcheon arg. a saltire (" some will
a bordure engrailed of the second have it engrailed ") between four roses
charged with three garbs of the first gu. Stewart, Duke of Lennox.
alternately with as many crescents of Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (2nd
the third (1st and 4th quarters). and 3rd quarters). Cunningham of
Balfour- Stewart of Arbigland Craigends.
(1869). Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (2nd
Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. sur- and 3rd quarters). Reid of Birnes.
mounted of a lion rampant gu. (1st Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. sur-
and 4th quarters), all within a bordure mounted of a bend engrailed gu.
arg. charged with three wolves' heads within a double tressure flory counter-
erased gu. Charles Stewart, flory of the last, and in chief a buckle
barrister-at-law (1879). of the second (2nd and 3rd quarters).
Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (2nd Hathorn of Overaires (1743).
and 3rd quarters of 1st and 4th grand Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. within
quarters for Stewart). Marquess of a bordure sa. charged with eight
Athole. mascles of the third (2nd and 3rd
Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (2nd quarters). M Arthur Stewart of
quarter for Stewart of Doiui). Earl Milltoun (1775).
of Moray. Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (2nd

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (2nd and 3rd quarters), all within a bordure
quarter). Goodlatt Campbell of engrailed parted per pale or and arg.
Achlyne. Steuart of Ballechin (1876).
FESS 83

Fess — continued. Fess —continued.


Or, a fess chequy az. and (2nd
arg. Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (3rd
and 3rd quarters), all within a bordure quarter) over all a man's heart gu.,
;

engrailed parted per pale arg. and or. crowned or. Campbell of Glen-
Charles Ferdinand de Kierz- lyon.
kowski-Steuart, London (1888). Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (3rd
Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. sur- quarter). Campbell of Glenur-
mounted of a bend engrailed gu. quhie.
within a double tressure flory counter- Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (3rd
flory of the last (2nd and 3rd quarters). quarter). CAMPBELL OF LOCH-
Stewart-Mackenzie of Seaforth DOCHART.
(1890). Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (3rd
Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. sur- quarter), a mullet for difference.
mounted of a lion rampant gu. within Campbell of Monzie.
a bordure of the last (1st and 4th Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (3rd
quarters of 2nd and 3rd grand quar- quarter), all within bordure gu.
a

ters). Lieut.-Col. W. Stewart Alexander Campbell, third son of


Balfour (1837). Glenurquhie.
Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (2nd Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (3rd
quarter of 2nd and 3rd grand quarters). quarter), all within a bordure invected
Pentland of that Ilk (18 12). sa. Duncan Campbell, eldest son
Or, a fess chequy arg. and az. (2nd of Monchaster.
and 3rd quarters of 2nd and 3rd grand Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (3rd
quarters). MURRAY
OF BROUGHTON quarter), all within a bordure az. -

(2nd matric. 1730, 3rd do. 1809). Alexander Campbell, M.D.


Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. ;
over Or a fess chequy az. and arg. (3rd
all a bend sa. charged jvith three quarter), all within a bordure erm.
buckles of the first (4th quarter of Campbell of 'Aberuchill (3rd
2nd and 3rd grand quarters). Earl matric. 1703).
of Forfar. Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (3rd
Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. sur- quarter), all within a bordure az.

mounted of a bend sa. charged with Dr. Alexander Campbell, surgeon


three buckles of the first (4th quarter to the Hospital at Port Royal, Jamaica
of2nd grand quarter). Earl of Sel- (1737).
kirk (1799). Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (3rd
Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. sur- quarter), all within a bordure vair.
mounted of a bend sa. charged with Campbell of Barcaldine (1st
three buckles of the field (4th quarter matric. 1755).
of 2nd and 3rd grand quarters) over ; Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (3rd
the latter on an escutcheon of pretence quarter) over all the
;
arms of the
Douglas. Lord Dunglass (1878). Scots, African, and Indian Company,
Earl of Home (1881). q.v. Campbell of Finab (1772).
Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. sur- Or, a fess chequy and arg. (3rd
az.

mounted of a bend sa. charged with quarter). Lieut.-Gen. Sir Alex-


three buckles of the first (4th quarter ander Campbell, Bart. (1st matric.
of 2nd and 3rd grand quarters) ; over, 1815).
the latter on an escutcheon of pre- Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (3rd
tence Douglas. Hope of Luffness quarter), all within a bordure or.
(1886). Captain Alexander Campbell,
Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (3rd H.E.I.C.S. (1st matric. 181 5, 2nd
quarter), in the fess point a hunting- do. 1
816).
horn sa., garnished gu. Campbell Or, a fess chequy az. and arg.
of Glenfalloch. (3rd quarter) ;
over the quarters a
84 FESS

Fess — continued. (2) Fess and in chief . . .

silvermedal and gold cross pendant Arg. a fess sa., in chief three
from a ribbon with clasps. Sir Colin lozenges of the last. Lord Aston,
Campbell, K.C.B. (1816). Baron of Forfar.
Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (3rd Gu. a fess erm. and in chief two
quarter). Campbell OF DUNSTAFF- cinquefoils arg. Captain James
nage (1st matric. 1836). Crawfurd.
Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (3rd Gu. a fess chequy arg. and az., in
quarter). Earl of Breadalbane chief a label of three points of the

(1868). second. Lindsay of Blackholm.


Or, a fess chequy and arg. (3rd
az. Gu. a fess chequy arg. and az., in
quarter). Campbell of Dunstaff- chief a mullet of the second, the base
nage (2nd matric. 1889). uridy of the third, within a bordure
Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (1st engrailed or. Lindsay of Culsh.
and 4th quarters of 3rd grand quarter Gu. a fess chequy arg. and az., in
for Stewart). LORD CARDROSS. chief a mullet (of the second ?), and
Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (1st the base barry undy of the second and
and 4th quarters of 3rd grand quarter). third. Lindsay of Dowhill.
MoiR OF Leckie (1796). Gu. a fess chequy arg. and az., in

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. chief a cross crosslet fitchee of the
(2nd quarter of 3rd grand quarter for second (1st and 4th quarters). THE
A thole) on an escutcheon of pretence
;
Hon. Colin Lindsay (1885).
overMarchioness of Lansdowne Gu. a fess erm., in chief a mullet of
and Baroness Nairne (1878). the last (2nd and 3rd quarters of 2nd
Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. and 3rd grand quarters). COOPER
surmounted by a bend sa. charged of Failford (2nd matric. 1839).
with three buckles of the first (4th Gu. a fess erm., in chief a mullet
quarter for Stewart) over ;
all on an of the last (2nd and 3rd quarters of
escutcheon Douglas. James, Mar- 2nd and 3rd grand quarters). COOPER
quess of Douglas. of Failford (3rd matric. 1852).
Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. sur- Gu. a fess chequy arg. and az., in
mounted by a bend sa. charged with chief a mullet of the second and the
three buckles of the first (4th quarter) ; base wavy of the third, within a
over all on an escutcheon Douglas. bordure engrailed or (3rd quarter for
Douglas of Bridgeford. Lindsay of Culsh). Dingwall For-
Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. DYCE OF BRUCKLAY (1846).
surmounted of a bend sa. charged Or, a fess gu. and in chief a serpent
with three buckles of the field (4th az. COTHBERT OF CASTLEHILL.
quarter for Stewart of Bon kill) over ; Or, a fess chequy az. and arg., in
all on an escutcheon Douglas. chief a lion passant guardant gu.
Douglas of that Ilk (1771). Stewart of Rosling.
Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (1st Or, a fess chequy az. and arg.
and 4th quarters of 4th grand quarter), surmounted of a bend engrailed and
the latter within a bordure az. charged in the sinister chief point a buckle,
with eight buckles or. Stewart all within a double tressure flory
Fothringham OF Powrie, co. For- counter-flory gu. Stewart of Phis-
far (1890). GILL (1725 ?).
indented upon the upper
Vert, a fess Or, a fess chequy az. and arg.
and engrailed on the nether side arg., surmounted of a bend gu. charged
surmounted of an arrow in pale, point with three buckles of the field, in a
downward, ppr. between four mullets sinister canton of the fourth a lion
of the second. JOHN CUTHBERT, passant guardant of the first pierced
Bailie of Inverness. with a dart ppr., and in base a
FESS 85


Fess continued. Fess — continued.
broken spear surmounted of a helmet, az. and arg. Major-Gen. Robert
both ppr. Steuart of Allanton Stuart, H.E.I.C.S. (1802).
(2nd matric. 18 5). i
Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. and
Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. sur- in chief a chevron gu. (2nd and 3rd
mounted of a bend engrailed gu. quarters for Stewart of MonteitJi) ;

charged with three salmon of the first, over all a crescent gu. for difference.
in the sinister chief point a buckle, Viscount Preston.
all within a double tressure flowered Or, a fess chequy az. and arg., in
and counter-flowered of the fourth. chief a crescent of the second (2nd
Stewart of Southwick, co. Kirk- and 3rd quarters). CunninGHAme
cudbright ( 1 89 1 ). OF Cayon, St. Cristopher's.
Or, a fess chequy az. and arg., in Or, a fess chequy az. and arg.,
chief three buckles of the second (1st in chief a chevronel gu. (2nd and
and 4th quarters). Stewart of 3rd quarters), all within a bordure
Newhall. chequy sa. and or. Graham of
Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. and Garture.
in chief a garb of the second (1st and Or, a fess chequy az. and arg., in
4th quarters), all within a bordure chief a chevron gu. (2nd and 3rd
engrailed gu. William Stewart, quarters). Graham of Gartmore
Remembrancer of the Exchequer (1st matric. 1673 ?).

(1724?). Or, a fess chequy az. and arg., in


Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. sur- chief a chevron gu. (2nd and 3rd
mounted of a bend gu. charged with quarters). Graham of Gartmore
three buckles arg\, in chief a lion (2nd matric. 1 772).
passant guardant of the fourth (1st Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (3rd
and 4th quarters). Stewart Den- quarter) above the quarters on a
;

ham OF COLTNESS (
I 8 I
o). chief arg. the representation of a rock
" Gibraltar " between
Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. superinscribed
within a bordure gu., on a canton of two medals. Sir Alexander Camp-
the last an Eastern crown of the first BELL,Bart., K.C.B.(2nd matric. 181 7).
(ist and 4th quarters). Captain Or, a fess chequy az. and arg.,
William Little Stewart (1851). in chief a chevronel gu. (2nd and

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg., in 3rd quarters of 3rd grand quarter).
chief a garb of the second (1st and Barclay-Allardice (1883).
4th quarters of ist and 4th grand (3) Fess and in base . . .

quarters), within a bordure gu. David Az. a fess chequy arg. and gu. and
Steuart Moncreiffe (1768). in base a cross moline or. Boyd OF
Or, a fess chequy az. and arg., in Pinkell.
chief a label of three points gu. (1st Gu. a fess erm. and in base a ship
and 4th quarters of ist and 4th grand or. Crauford of Possil.
quarters) over all on an escutcheon
;
Gu. a fess erm., in base two swords
of pretence Ct/ning/ianic of Bandalloch. in saltire ppr., within a bordure wavy
Stewart Robertson of Edrady- arg.(1st and 4th quarters). Mac-
nate (1885). KNIGHT CRAWFURD OF CARTSBURN
Or, a fess chequy az. and arg., in (2nd matric. 1864).
chief a mullet gu. (2nd quarter), all Gu. a fess erm., in base two swords
within a bordure engrailed compony in saltire ppr., within a bordure wavy
az. and arg. Stewart of Ard- and 4th quarters).
arg. (ist Mac-
vorlich (1802). knight Crawfurd of Cartsburn
Or, a fess chequy az. and arg., in (3rd matric. 1866).
chief a mullet gu. (2nd quarter), all Gu. a fess erm. and in base a ship
within a bordure engrailed compony at anchor, her ensigns flying, or (2nd
86 FESS


Fess continued. Fess — continued.
and 3rd quarters). Dunmore OF Arg. a fess counter-embattled be-
Kelvinside (1770). tween three mullets az. Thomas
Or, a fess chequy az. and arg., in Innes.
base a savage head couped ppr. Arg. a fess gu. between three holly
Mrs. Louisa Sydney Stuart, Bel- leaves vert. Irvine of Castle-
ton Strange House, co. Salop (1892). FARTAGH.
(4) Fess between . . .
Arg. a fess between two mullets in
Arg. a fess wavy gu. between three chief az. and a hunting-horn in base

boars' heads erased sa., within a bor- sa., garnished gu. Jossey OF West
dureofthe second. Allardyce of Panes.
DUNNINALD. Arg. a fess wavy between two
az. and a hunting-
Arg. a fess chequy az. and of the mullets in chief
first between three cocks gu. Cock- horn in base sa., garnished gu. John
BURN OF ORMISTON. Jossey, surgeon-apothecary in Edin-
Arg. a fess chequy az. and of the burgh.
first between three cocks gu., a mullet Arg. a fess quarterly sa. and or be-
for difference. George Cockburn, tween three trefoils vert. Macreadie
third son of Ormiston. of Pearstoun.
Arg. a fess az. between three mullets Arg. a fess between a boar's head
gu., within a bordure engrailed of the erased in chief and two mullets in base
second. Dick of Pitkerro. az. Mrs. Elizabeth Rocheid of
Arg. a fess chequy gu. and of the Inverleith.
first between three mullets in chief az. Arg. a fess chequy sa. and or be-
and a man's heart in base ppr. tween three ships rigged of the
Douglas of Maynes. second. Rolland of Disblair.
Arg. a fess nebuly between three Arg. a fess crenelle between three
escutcheons gu. Hay of Cardeny. lions' heads erased gu. Scott OF
Arg. a fess between three escut- LOGIE.
cheons within a bordure gu. Hay of Arg. a fess az. between two cross
WOODCOCKDALE. 1 crosslets fitchee in chief and a mullet
Arg. a fess wavy between three in base sa. James Sharp, Arch-
escutcheons within a bordure gu. bishop of St. Andrews [impaled with
James Hay, W.S. arms of See].
Arg. a fess wavy cotised az. between Arg. a fess az. between two cross
two unicorns' heads couped in chief crosslets in chief and a mullet in base
and a hunting-horn in base gu., gar- sa., within a bordure gu. Sharp OF
nished of the first and stringed of the Stonehill.
third. HORNE OF Westerhall. Arg. a fess nebuly between three
Arg. a fess between three mullets mullets sa. Stoddart OF SOUTH-
az. INNES OF BLAIRTOUN (ist house.
matric. . .
.) Arg. a fess counter-embattled be-
Arg. a fess engrailed between three tween two cinquefoils in chief and a
mullets az. Mr. Robert Innes, cross crosslet fitchee in base gu.
Minister of Gamrie. Keirie of Gogar (1673).
Arg. a fess wavy between three Arg. a fess between three mullets in
mullets az. Mr. George Innes, chief and a lion rampant in base gu.
Parson of Balhclvie. Macrae of Orangefield (1736). -

1
Given thus by Nisbet the entry in the
; Arg. a fess crenelle between three
Register is partially erased, but runs as follows : lions' heads erased gu., a mullet in
"
Arg. three incscutcheons, within a bordure gu. chief for difference. SCOTT OF
a fess waved of the second." But see James
W.S. who was the second brother of
Brotherton (1764).
Hay, ,

Woodcockdale. Arg. a fess chequy gu. and of the


FESS 87

Fess — continued. Fess — con tinned.


first between three boars' heads Arg. a fess between two colts in
couped az. Charles Fall, Dunbar chief and one in base sa. Coul-
(1764). thart of Coulthart (1846).
Arg. a fess az. between two mullets Arg. a fess erm. between three
in chief and a crescent in base gu. mullets in chief sa. and a crescent in
Dick of Braid (1768). base az., within a bordure gu. charged
Arg. a fess chequy gu. and of the with three cranes statant of the field.
field between three mullets in chief Trotter Cranstoun of Dewar
az. and a man's heart in base ppr.,
(1st matric. 1848).
all within a bordure engrailed vert Arg. a fess gu. between two hearts
charged with eight crescents or. John in chief of the second and a salmon
DOUGLAS, Albany Herald (1780). naiant in base az. John Melville,
Arg- a fess chequy sa. and or be- W.S., Lord Provost of Edinburgh
tween two ships in chief, sails furled, (1854).
of the second, and a fleur de lys Arg. a fess chequy az. and of the
in base az. Rolland of Cask fieldsurmounted of a bend engrailed of
(1788). the second charged with three buckles
Arg. a fess chequy sa. and or be- or, between a lion rampant gu. and a
tween two three-masted ships, sails moor's head couped ppr., banded of
furled, in chief of the second, and a the first in chief, and a garb in base
lion rampant gu. in base. Rolland of the fourth. STIRLING OF MANS-
OF AUCHMITHIE (1796). FIELD (4th matric. 1864).
Arg. a fess chequy az. and of the Arg. a fess wavy vert between
fieldsurmounted of a bend engrailed three anchors sa. Michael James
of the second charged with three Jamieson, merchant, Glasgow (1864).
buckles or, between a lion rampant Arg. a fess chequy and gu. of the field
gu. and a moor's head couped ppr., between a crescent in chief of the
banded of the first in chief and a garb second and a unicorn's head erased in
in base of the second. Stirling of base sa. James Ptolemy Thur-
Mansfield (3rd matric. 1801). burn, R.N. (1864).
Arg. a fess counter-embattled be- Arg. a fess wavy az. between three
tween three lions' heads erased gu. anchors sa. Jamieson of Croy
Scott of Dunninauld (1807- 1809). (1865).
Arg. a fess az. between two cross Arg. a fess wavy vert between three
crosslets fitchee in chief and a mullet anchors sa., within a bordure of the
in base sa., within a bordure wavy gu. second. Robert Jarvie Jamieson
Sharp of Kincarrochy (18 13). (1869).
Arg. a fess between five mullets of Arg. a fess az. between an eagle
six points, three in chief and two in displayed in chief sa., beaked and
basegu. Major - General Sir membered gu., and a galley in base,
Thomas Dallas, K.C.B. (1815). oars in saltire and flags flying, of
Arg. a fess chequy or and az. between the third. Balloch of Peath*ill
three arrows in pale, points upwards, in (1869).
chief, and three fleurs de lys, 2 and 1, Arg. a fess wreathed gu. and vert
in base of the third. Steuart of between two mullets in chief of the
Glenormiston (1828). second and a dolphin haurient in base
Arg. a fess gu. between three tre- az., within a bordure of the third.
foils slipped vert, on a chief erm. a Elder of Fairfield (1869).
lion rampant of the second between Arg. a fess az. between a fox
two cinquefoils of the third. William courant in chief ppr. and a mullet in
M'Taggart, merchant, Madras base of the second. William Wylie,
(1842). L.R.C.S.E. (1870).
FESS

Fess — continued . Fess — continued.


Arg. a fess az. between three harps quarters). PENTLAND OF THAT
sa., stringed or. JOHN HARPER, Ilk (1812).
LL.D., Edinburgh (1870). Arg. a fess nebuly between three
Arg. a fess chequy gti. and of the mullets of six points sa. within a
first between three mullets in chief bordure gu. (1st and 4th quarters).
az. and a heart in base ppr. (2nd George Stodart, London (1864).
quarter for Douglas of Mains), all Arg. a fess between three mullets
within a bordure erm. Campbell in chief and a crescent in base az.
Douglas of Douglas Support (1st and 4th quarters). COSENS-
(2nd matric. 1871). Weir of Bogangreen (1865).
Arg. a fess sa. between three es- Arg. a fess sa. between three moors'
cutcheons az. John Heys, calico heads ppr., banded or (1st
couped
printer (1875). and 4th quarters). Brown-Morison
Arg. chequy az. and or
a fess OF FlNDERLIE (1866 2nd matricula- ;

between three oak trees eradicated tion of same arms as Broun-Morison


fructed ppr. Forrest of Auciien- [1885]).
RAITH, co. Lanark (1877). Arg. a fess nebuly between three
Arg. a fess wavy between three stars of six points sa. within a bordure
cross crosslets fitchce az. Henry gu. (1st and 4th quarters). ROBERT
ADAMSON, Ewell, co. Surrey (1883). Riddle Stodart, Lyon Clerk Depute
Arg. a fess erm. between three (1S71).
mullets in chief sa. and a crescent in Arg. a fess
wavy gu. between three
base az., within a bordure gu. charged boars' heads erased sa. (1st and 4th
with three cranes statant of the field. quarters). Barclay -
Allardice
Trotter- Cranstoun of Dewar, (1883).
co. Midlothian (2nd matric. 1890). Arg. a fess wavy between three
Arg. a fess gu. between three roses gu. (2nd and 3rd quarters of
mullets in chief sa. and a crescent in 1st and 4th grand
quarters). Earl
base az. (1st and 4th quarters). of Haddington (2nd matric. 1859).
Trotter of Mortonhall (1st Arg. a fess gu. cotised sa. between
1
matric.) three garbs of the last (2nd quarter
Arg. a fess crenelle between three for Tyndall). Hamilton-Tyndall-
lions' heads erased gu. (1st and 4th Bruce of Grangehill and Falk-
quarters). SCOTT OF COMISTON. land (1873).
" " a fess wavy between three
Assigned by the Lyon at London Arg.
(first matric. 1747) over all an eagle;
roses gu. (2nd and 3rd quarters for
displayed az. (second matric. 1760). Melrose). Earl of Haddington
Arg. a fess gu. between three (1st matric.)
mullets in chief sa. and a crescent in Arg. a fess sa. between two cotises
base az. (1st and 4th quarters). az. and of the second x (2nd and
Trotter of Mortonhall (2nd 3rd quarters). CONGILTON OF that
matric. 1792). Ilk.
Arg. a fess between three weaver's Arg. a fessbetween two cross
az.

and furnished with


shuttles gu., tipped crosslets fitchde in chiefand a mullet
quills of yarn or (1st and 4th quar- in base sa.
(2nd and 3rd quarters).
ters). J. W. Wedderburn Webster, Sharp of Scotscraig.
Clapham, co. Surrey (181
1). Arg. a fess embattled between three
Arg. a fess az. between three lions' roses gu. (2nd and 3rd quarters).
heads erased in chief and as many Graham of Airth (1722).
crescents in base gu. (1st and 4th Arg. a fess between three bay
1
But see note in Register which refers to a leaves vert (2nd and 3rd quarters
Patent of 29th June 1676. 1
Compony az. and of the second. — Nisbet.
ll'.SS 89

Fess — continued. FeSS — continued.


a fess chequy arg. and gu.
ioxFoulis). George Riddell, M.D., Az.
heir-male of Kinglass (1765). between three bears' heads couped of
Arg. a fess dancetty sa. between the second, muzzled of the third.
three Cornish choughs ppr. (2nd and Forbes of Eight (Echt).
3rd quarters for Thomas), ORME OF Az. a fess chequy arg. and of the
BALVAIRD on an escutcheon of pre- first between three boars' heads erased
tence over Malcolm of Poltalloch in chief and as many mullets in base
(1818). or. Gordon of Achannasee.
Arg. a fess between a boar's head Az. a fess chequy arg. and of the
erased in chief and two mullets in base first between three boars' heads erased
az. (2nd and 3rd quarters). KlN- or, within a bordure indented of the
LOCH OF GlLMERTON (1829). second. Gordon of Badenscoth.
Arg. a fess chequy gu. and of the Az. a fess chequy arg. and of the
first between three mullets in chief first between three boars' heads erased

az. and a heart in base ppr. (2nd and or, within a bordure of the second.
3rd quarters), in the middle chief Gordon of Birkenburn.
point on an escutcheon arg. a woman Az. a fess chequy or (sic) and of the

trampling a snake under her feet and field between three boars' heads erased
supporting a child in her arms crowned of the second, a mullet in chief for dif-
with laurel all within a bordure
;
ference. Gordon of Buthlay.
erm. Douglas of Douglas Sup- Az. a fess chequy arg. and of the
port (1st matric. 1832). first between three boars' heads erased
between three foxes'
Arg. a fess sa. or. Gordon of Lessmoir.
heads couped ppr. (2nd and 3rd Az. a fess chequy arg. and of the

quarters). Tod-Mercer of Scots- first between three boars' heads erased


bank (1884). or, within a bordure nebuly of the

Arg. a fess gu. between three second. Gordon of Rothney.


hunting-horns sa., stringed of the Az. a fess between an increscent
second (4th quarter [for Forrester] of and decrescent in chief arg. and a
4th grand quarter). Earl of Glas- branch of palm slipped in base or.
gow (1869). Neven (Niven) of Shousburgh.
Az. a fess or (between two arms Az. a fess chequy arg. and gu.

coupled at the shoulders arg. FRANCIS between three fraises of the second.
Armstrong, son to Parknowe. James Park of . . .

Az. a fess between three bells or. Az. a fess arg. between six cross
Bell of Provesthauch. crosslets fitchee or. Lieut.-Col.
Az. a fess chequy arg. and gu. George Rattray.
between two barrulets of the second. Az. a fess indented arg. between
David Boyd, Edinburgh. three besants. Edward Burrow,
Az. a fess chequy arg. and gu. Port Glasgow (i 773)-
between two cross crosslets fitchee in Az. a fess chequy arg. and sa.

chief and as many mullets in base of between six cross crosslets fitchee,
the second. Boyd OF TROCHREG. three in the chief and three in the
Az. a fess chequy arg. and gu. be- nombril points, or, and three billets,
tween three roses in chief and a two in the honour and one in the
crescent in base of the second. John base points, of the second. John
Boyd, Edinburgh. LEES, Private]Secretary to the Lord-
Az. a fess verrey {sic) between Lieutenant of Ireland ( 773)- i

three fleur de lys arg. Browne of Az. a fess engrailed arg. between
Gorgie Milne, now Broun of three bells or. Thomas Bell, Ealing
JOHNSTOUNBURN. (1782).
1
Illegible in Register.
Az. a fess chequy arg. and gu.between
90 FESS


Fess continued. Fess — continued.
two barrulets of the second. Lieut.- Az. a fess or between a castle triple-
Gen. Sir Robert Boyd (1786). towered arg., masoned sa., in chief and
Az. a fess chequy arg. and of the a crescent of the second in base.
firstbetween three boars' heads erased Thomas Clark, Lord Provost of
or, in the middle chief point a bear's Edinburgh (1886).
head of the second, muzzled gu., in the Az. a fess chequy arg. and gu.
dexter chief point a mullet silver. between three mullets in chief and an
Lieut.-Col. Hugh Mackay Gordon anchor in base of the second, wreathed
(1803). about with a cable ppr. Boyd of
Az. a fess or between two hunting- Maxpoffle, co. Roxburgh (1892).
horns in chief of the second and a Az. a fess between three lozenges or
bear's head erased in base arg., (1st and 4th quarters for Bcthune).
muzzled sa. Robert Horn, advo- Bethune of Balfour (1st matric.)
cate (1855). (Do.) Bethune of Bandon.
Az. a fess chequy arg. and gu. Az. a fess chequy or and gu. between
between two buckles in chief of the three lozenges of the second (1st and
second and a saltire in base chequy or 4th quarters). Bethune of Blebo.
and of the third. Captain James Az. a fess chequy arg. and gu. be-
Waddell Boyd (1858). tween three mascles or (1st and 4th
Az. a fess chequy arg. and gu. quarters), all within a bordure indented
between three escutcheons of the or. Grisel Bethune, heiress of
second. Boyd of Townend (1865). Longhermiston.
Az. a fess between three arrows Az. a fess between three fraises arg.

pale
-
ways, points downwards, or. (1st and
4th quarters). PHILIP
John Heugh, merchant, London Fraser, Inverness (1692).
(1865). Az. a fess chequy arg. and of the
Az. a fess between two pelicans in first between three boars' heads erased,
their nests feeding their young in within a bordure or (1st and 4th
chief and a pot of lilies in base arg. quarters). GORDON OF HALLHEAD
Paterson of Kinnettles (1867). (1760).
Az. a fess between three boars' Az. a fess between three lozenges or
heads couped or. Henry Wolrige (1st and 4th quarters), all within a
Gordon, barrister-at-law (1873). bordure embattled or. Bethune of
Az. a fess arg. between six mascles Kilcon'quhar (1835).
or. NlCOL OF BALLOGIE (1875). Az. a fess between three mascles or
chequy arg. and sa. be-
Az. a fess (1st and 4th quarters). BETHUNE OF
tween two boars' heads couped in chief Balfour (2nd matric. 1837).
of the second and a crescent in base or, Az. a fess chequy arg. and sa.
on a canton also of the second a chevron between three crescents, one in chief
of the third between three lionsrampant and two in base, of the second (1st
gu. Andrew Clark, S.S.C. (1879). and 4th quarters). Towers-Clark
Az. a fess or between three mascles of Wester Moffat (1867).
in chief and a crescent in base arg. Az. a fess chequy arg. and of the
Edward Joseph Carson of Accar- field between three boars' heads erased
SANE, Capetown (1883). or, within a bordure indented of the
Az. a fess between three crosses second (2nd and 3rd quarters of 1st
pateearg. Charles James Gordon and 4th grand quarters). Forbes
Duguid, Aberdeen (1883). Leslie of Rothie (1862).
a fess between three crosses
Az. Az. a fess chequy arg. and of the
patee arg. within a bordure parted per first between three boars' heads erased

pale arg. and or. Duguid of Cam- or,within a bordure indented of the
machmore, co. Kincardine (1883). second (2nd quarter [for Gordon of
FESS 9i

Fess — co?iti?nted. Fess — continued.


BadenscotK\ 2nd grand quarter).
of Crawfurd, Commissary Depute of
Forbes-Leith of Fyvie (1889). Hamilton.
Az. a fess chequy vert and arg. Gu. a fess erm. between two mullets
between three bears' heads couped of in chief arg. and a hart's head
the third, muzzled gu. (2nd and 3rd cabossed in base or, attired sa.

quarters). David Rae, advocate James Crawfurd, Linlithgow.


(1758). Gu. a fess indented or between two
Az. a fess chequy arg. and of the escallops in chief and a spur-revel in
first between three covered cups of the base arg. Patrick Divvie, merchant,
second (2nd and 3rd quarters). Shaw Aberdeen.
Mackenzie of Newhall (1857). Gu. a fess between three besants
Az. between three boars'
a fess in chief and a crane in base (or ?).
heads or (2nd and 3rd quarters). Robert Fennison, Edinburgh.
GORDON-GlLMOUR OF CRAIGMILLAR, Gu. a fess chequy arg. and az.
co. Midlothian (4th matric. 1887). between three mullets in chief of the
Az. a fess between three crosses second and an annulet in base or.
patee arg., within a bordure parted Lindsay of Wormiston.
per pale of the second and or (2nd Gu. a fess chequy arg. and az.
and 3rd DUGUID-M'COMBIE
quarters). between three garbs of the second,
OF Cammachmore, co. Kincardine banded of the first. David Lindsay,
(1890). merchant, Edinburgh.
Erm. a between two mullets
fess az. Gu. a fess erm. between three
in chief and a hart's head erased, mullets arg. Crawfurd of Kil-
attired with ten tynes in base gu. birnie (1st matric. 1673).
Dick of Prestonfield (1st matric. Gu. a fess between a bow and arrow
. . 2nd do. 1 771).
., draught in chief and three legs
in full
Erm. a fess az. between two mullets of a man couped at the thigh in base
in chief and a stag's head erased in arg. Birnie of Broomhill (1698).
base gu. (2nd and 3rd quarters). Gu. a fess counter-embattled erm.
Cuninghame of Caprington (1st between two mullets in chief and a
matric. 1829, 2nd do. 1S50). stag's head erased in base, with a cross
Erm. a fess az. between two mullets crosslet between his attires or. Craw-
in chiefand a stag's head erased in ford of Doonside (1767).
base gu. (2nd and 3rd quarters), all Gu. a fess between three
escut-
within a bordure Dick CunynG- or. cheons or. W. Mutter, Governor of
ham of Prestonfield (1850). the Gold Coast (1767).
Gu. a fess erm. between three Gu. a fess erm. between two crosses
mullets in chief arg. and two swords pat<fe or in chief and two swords
saltire-ways in base ppr., a crescent saltire-ways ppr. in base, all within a
surmounted of another for difference. 1 bordure of the second. Craw- Hugh
Crawfurd of Cartsburn (1st furd, W.S. (
1
73 1).
matric.) Gu. a fess chequy arg. and az., in
a fess wavy erm. between
Gu. chief a crescent of the second between
three mullets arg. pierced az. Craw- two cinquefoils erm., and in base a
furd of Easter Seton. cinquefoil of the last between two
Gu. a fess erm. between three crows crescents of the second. James
arg. Crawfurd of Cloverhill. Hamilton Clark, Lieut. R.N.
Gu. erm. between
a fess three (1778).
mullets within a bordure arg. John Gu. a fess chequy or and az. between
1
three arrows in pale, points upward, of
Note in Register.—The brotherly difference
above is taken away, and in lieu thereof a bordure the second. Macadam of Craigen-
wavy of the third added. gellan (1784).
92 FESS

Fess — continued. Fess — continued.


Gu. a fess erm. between a mullet Or, a fess ermine between three
in chief arg. and two swords saltire- dragons' heads erased gu. Brymer
wise in base ppr., within a bordure OF Westerton.
engrailed or. David Crawford, Or, a fess chequy az. and arg.
Captain 83rd Foot (1785). between two crescents in chief gu.
Gu. a fess erm. between two mullets and a boar's head couped in base sa.
in chief or and a castle triple-towered Clerk of Pennicuik (ist matric.
in base masoned sa. Kincaid
arg., • •
•)
of that Ilk (1808). Or, a fess gu. between a serpent
Gu. a fess erm. between three in chief az. and a fir tree growing out

cinquefoils in chief and a mullet in of a mound in base vert. Cuthbert


base arg. Archibald Robe, mer- OF ROSSHALL.
chant, Bristol (1809). Or, a fess az. between three mullets
Gu. a fess between three
erm. in chief and as many crescents in base
mullets in chief arg. and two swords gu. Grisel Durhame, Countess
saltire-ways in base ppr., within a (Dowager) of Middleton.
bordure engrailed az. Crawford of Or, a fess chequy gu. and arg.
Thornwood (1864). between three bucks' heads cabossed,
Gu. a fess or between two camels' within a bordure of the second. Park
heads erased in chief of the second, OF FULFORDLEES.
collared of the firstand campaned Or, a fess chequy az. and arg.
arg., and a wolf's head erased in base between two mascles of the second.
of the last. Joseph Grimond (1866). Stewart of Bigtoun, Zetland.
Gu. a fess chequy arg. and sa. Or, a fess and arg.
chequy az.
between three billets in chief and a between three cross crosslets fitch ee
crescent in base or. James Lee, in chief and as many cushions in base

M.D., Calcutta (1868). gu., all within a bordure engrailed of


Gu. a fess erm. between two wolves' the second. Stewart of Drum-
heads erased in chief and a banner jmin.

displayed bend-ways in base arg., Or, a fess chequy az. and arg.
thereon a canton az. charged with a between two garbs in chief and a
saltire of the third. The Right Hon. crescent in base of the second.
J. P. B. Robertson, Lord Justice- Stewart of Fillthecap.
General of Scotland (1892). Or, a fess chequy az. and arg.
Gu. a fess couped between three between a lion passant in- chief and a
crescents or (1st and 4th quarters). rose in base gu., all within a bordure
Holburne of Menstrie. engrailed and compony of the second
Gu. a fess wavy erm. between three and third. Stewart of Inch-
spur-revels arg., pierced az. (1st and brek.
4th quarters). Crawford of Over- Or, a fess between three hunting-
ton, co. Lanark (1880). horns sa., garnished and stringed gu.
Gu. a fess erm. between two mullets Pennicook of Newhall.
in chief orand a triple-towered castle Or, a fess chequy az. and arg.
in base arg., masoned sa. (2nd and between three boars' heads sa. Clerk
3rd quarters). KlNCAlD LENNOX OF of Braleccan (1754).
WOODHEAD AND THAT ILK (1833). Or, a fess az. between three arrows
Gu. a fess chequy arg. and az. pale
-
ways, points downwards, gu.
between two besants, within a bordure John Barns, merchant, Glasgow
engrailed of the second (3rd quarter for (1770).
Lindsay of Peinie (?) ). JOHN DUTHY, Or, a fess chequy az. and arg.
Winchester, eldest son of Drumlathie between two crescents in chief and a
(1773)- boar's head erased in base gu., within
FESS 93

Fess — continued. Fess — continued.


a bordure of the last charged with I'niLP or Christie [of Cowden]
eight besants. Clerk of Mavis- (1874)-
bank (1773). Or, a fess wavy az. between two
a fess chequy az. and arg.,
Or, crosses flory in chief and a lion
surmounted of a bend engrailed gu. rampant in base sa. William
between a buckle of the last in the Harper Minnoch, merchant, Glas-
sinister chief point and an escallop sa. gow (1875).
in the dexter base point, all within a Or, a fess chequy az. and arg.
double tressure flory counter-flory of between a horse-shoe in chief sa. and
the fourth. Stewart of Bally- a galley, oars in action, in base ppr.
MORRAN (1773). Stewart of Garvocks, co. Renfrew
Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. be- (1876).
tween two crescents in chief gu. and a Or, a fess chequy az. and arg.
boar's head couped in base sa. Clerk between a mullet in chief gu. and a
of Penicuik (2nd matric. 1807). hunting-horn in base sa., garnished
Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. sur- and stringed of the fourth. Stewart
mounted of a bend gu. charged with of Binny (1880).
three buckles of the field, on a sinister Or, a fess chequy az. and arg.
canton of the third a lion rampant between two garbs in chief of the
guardant of the first pierced with a second and an antique crown in base
dart, and in base a broken spear sur- gu. Sir Donald Martin Stewart,
mounted of a helmet, both ppr. (1st K.C.B. (1 88 1).
and 4th quarters). REGINALD Mac- Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. be-
DONALD STEUART (i S I
3). tween three trefoils slipped vert. The
Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. Rev. James Nibloch Stuart of
between two crescents in chief gu. Edenaneane, co. Monaghan, Minis-
and a boar's head erased in base sa., ter of the Parish of Yester (1883).
in the middle chief point a saltire Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. be-
couped and engrailed of the last. tween' two mullets in chief and a
David Clark, merchant, Edinburgh crescent in base gu. Stewart
(1814). of Alltyrodyn, Llandyssil, co.
Or, a chequy az. and arg.,
fess Cardigan (1888).
surmounted of a bend gu. charged Or, a fess chequy az. and arg.
with three buckles of the field, on a between two leopards' faces in chief gu.
sinister canton of the fourth a lion and a galley in base sa., flagged of
passant guardant of the first pierced the fourth. Stewart of Banchory,
with a dart ppr., and in base a broken co. Kincardine (1891).
spear surmounted of a helmet both Or, a fess chequy az. and arg.
ppr. Steuart of Allanton (2nd between two cross crosslets fitchee in
matric. 181 5). chief and a garb in base gu., banded
Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. of the first. Thomas GRAINGER
between two buckles in chief and a Stewart, M.D. (1891).
pheon in base sa. Franc Nichols- Or, a fess wavy between three
Steuart of Dalpowie House mullets gu. (1st and 4th quarters as
(1869). coat of augmentation). Lord Kin-
Or, a fess gu. between two torteaux NAIRD OF INCHTURE.
in chief and a griffin's head erased Or, a fess chequy sa. and arg.
vert in base. Alexander Kay, between three water-bougets, within a
merchant, Glasgow (1874). bordure of the second (1st and 4th
Or, a fess barry wavy of four gu. quarters) over all (on an escutcheon)
;

and vert between three talbots' heads arg. a cross engrailed sa., a crescent
erased of the second. Mrs. Alison for difference. Ross OF Balgrigie.
94 FESS

Fess — continued. Fess — continued.


Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. Or,a fess chequy az. and arg.
between three garbs of the second between two crescents in chief gu.
(ist and 4th quarters). STEWART OF and a boar's head couped in base
FONGORTH. sa., within a bordure of the second

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. be- (2nd quarter for Clerk of Liston
tween two antique crowns in chief gu. Shiels). Clerk Rattray of Craig
and a boar's head couped in base sa. Hall (18 17).
(ist and 4th quarters). John Stuart, Or, chequy az. and arg.
a fess
King of France's Body Guard (1776). between three roses gu. (2nd and 3rd
Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. quarters). Murray of Broughton
between a lion passant guardant in (ist matric.)
chief gu. and in base three buckles, Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. sur-
2 and I, az. (ist and 4th quarters). mounted of a bend engrailed gu.,
Stewart of Allanton (ist matric. between a buckle of the last in the
1789). sinister chief and an escallop sa. in the
Or, a fess az. between three arrows dexter base, all within a double
pale
-
ways, points downwards, gu. tressure flory counter-flory of the
(
1and 4th quarters for Barns)
st ;
fourth (2nd and 3rd quarters).
above the quarters on a chief az. the Margaret Caroline Youngson
representation of the curtain of a (1773).
fortification,and above it the word Or, a fess erm. between three
" St. heads erased vert (2nd and
Sebastian," and on a canton arg. griffins'
a gold cross and the badge of the 3rd quarters for Brebncr). Innes of
Portuguese Order of the Tower and Learney (1875).
Sword. Col. James Stevenson Or, a fess between three arrows,
az.

Barns of Kirkhill (1816). points downwards, gu. (2nd and 3rd


Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. quarters). Barns Graham of Craig-
between three buckles in chief of the ALLIAN, co. Stirling (1884).
second and a galley, oars in action, Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. be-
in base sa. (ist and 4th quarters). tween three open crowns gu. (3rd
Stewart of Grandtully (2nd quarter). County of Aberdeen
matric. 1839). (1890).
Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. be- Sa. a fess between three mullets in
tween two mullets of the second (ist chief and as many mascles in base
and 4th quarters of ist and 4th arg. Leask of that Ilk.
grand quarters). Robert Stewart, Sa. a fess between three mascles or,

merchant, Aberdeen (1732). within a bordure chequy of the second


Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. and first. Mitchell of Berrie
between three wolves' heads couped (Westshore).
sa. (2nd quarter for Stewart of Athol), Sa. a fess engrailed between three
all within a bordure wavy or. GRANT mascles or. Mitchell of Landath.
OF ROTHIEMURCHUS (i 75 5). Sa. a fess wavy between three mas-

Or, a fess dancetty erm. between cles or. Mitchell of Tilligrige.


three falcons with wings displayed vert Sa. a fess invected between three

(2nd quarter). WILLIAM QUARLES mascles or. Mitchell of Wester


(1767). Newbirnie.
Or a fess chequy az. and arg. be- Sa. a fess between three mascles or,
tween three cushions pendant by the in chief a dagger erected, point up-
corners gu., within a double tressure wards, ppr., within a bordure arg.
flory counter-flory of the last (2nd charged with eight cinquefoils gu.
quarter). GORDON OF BALMOOR Mitchell of Craigend (or
(1775). Mitchell) (17 19).
FESS 95

Fess —con ftinted. Fess — continued.


a fess wavy between three
Sa. a head cabossed in chief and
stag's
mascles or. MITCHELL OF Thains- two escallops in base or on a chief ;

TOUN (1766). wavy of the second the Trafalgar medal


Sa. a fess wavy erminois, in chief a or, between wreaths of cypress and
naval crown or between two mascles laurel, with the word "Trafalgar"
arg., and in base an anchor in pale
of under the medal. Captain Norwich
the third. Vice-Admiral William Duff, R.N. (1829).
Mitchell (18 14). Vert, a fess dancetty erm. between
Sa. a fess inverted, in chief an a stag's head cabossed in chief and
annulet between two mascles and in two escallops in base or (2nd and 3rd
base a mascle between two annulets quarters of 1st and 4th grand quarters).
or, within a bordure chequy of the Wharton Duff of Orton (18 10).
last and first. James William Vert, a fess dancetty erm. between
Mitchell, Rothesay Herald and a hart's head cabossed in chief and
Lyon Clerk Depute (1886). two escallops in base or (2nd and 3rd
Sa. a fess chequy arg. and az. quarters for Dttff of Braco). EARL
between a crescent in chief and a Fife (1760 and 1780, the latter with
boar's head couped in base or. Clark different crest).
of Camphill (1869). Vert, a fess dancetty erm.between
Sa. a fess chequy and az. be-
arg. a stag's head cabossed in chief and
tween a crescent in chief and a boar's two escallops in base or (3rd quarter
head couped in base or, within a bor- {ox Duff of Craigston). Clerk Rat-
dure erm. Clark of Oakshawside tray of Craig Hall (18 17).
(1869). (5) On a Fess . . .

a fess counter-embattled arg.


Sa. Arg. on a fess az. three buckles or.

between three mascles or (2nd and Leslie of Balquhan.


3rd quarters). William Mitchell Arg. on a fess az. three buckles or,
Carruthers (1876). within a bordure inverted of the
Vert, a fess engrailed between second charged with eight crescents
four mullets arg. over all an arrow in
;
of the first. Leslie of Colpnay-
pale, point downward, ppr. Alex- shiels.
ander CUTHBERT, Provost of Inver- Arg. on a fess az. three buckles or,
ness. within a bordure indented of the
Vert, a fess dancetty erm. between second. Leslie of Kininvie.
a buck's head cabossed in chief and Arg. on a fess az. three besants.
two escallops in base or, a mullet for Edward Fountain of Lochhill,
difference, William Duff, third Master of the Revels.
son of Craighead. Arg. on a fess az. three besants, a
Vert, a fess dancetty erm. between crescent for difference. James Foun-
a buck's head cabossed in chief and tain, one of the Masters of the
two escallops in base or. Duff of Revels.
Keithmore (1676). Arg. on a fess wavy on the upper,
Vert, a fess dancetty erm. between and engrailed on the under side gu.
a hart's head cabossed in chief and three crescents of the first. Mel-
two escallops in base or. Duff of ville of Auchmoor.
Braco (1723 ?). Arg. on a fess engrailed az. three
Vert, a fess dancetty erm. between mullets or, within a bordure engrailed
a buck's head cabossed in chief and of the second. Mure of Riccarton.
two escallops in base or, all within a Arg. on a fess gu. three cocks pas-
bordure of the last. Vice-Admiral sant or, in the middle chief a crescent
Robert Duff (1781). of the second. David Ogill (of
Vert, a fess dancetty erm. between Papill).
96 FESS

Fess — continued. Fess — continued.


Arg. on a fess az. a boar's head Blackwood). Hope Vere of Craigie-
erased between two mullets of the hall (2nd matric. 1815).
first. ROCHEAD OF CRAIGLEITH. Arg. on a fess az. three mullets of
Arg. on a fess az. three mullets of the first (2nd quarter) over all on an
;

the first. Weir of Blackwood. escutcheon arg. a shakefork between a


Arg. on a fess az. three buckles or, bugle in chief and two castles in
within a bordure of the second base sa.Cunningham Fairlie of
charged with three mullets of the ROBERTLAND (1837).
first. James Leslie, advocate ( 1 694). Arg. on a fess az. three mullets of
Arg. on a fess az. three mullets of the first (2nd quarter). Hope Vere
the field, within a bordure engrailed of Craigiehall (2nd matric. 181 5
gu. Mure of Caldwell (1779). and 3rd do. 1846).
Arg. on a fess gu. three escallops of Arg. on a fess gu. three cinquefoils
the first. William Neweigging, of the first (2nd and 3rd quarters for
F.R.C.S.E. (1829). Dunfermline). Earl of Dunferm-
Arg. on a fess az. three mullets of line.
the field, within a bordure engrailed Arg. on a fess gu. three cinquefoils
gu., in the honour point a crescent of of the first (2nd and 3rd
quarters).
the second for difference. James Lieut.-Col. James Seton (1806).
Mure, London (1868). Arg. on a fess az. three buckles or
Arg. on a fess sa. three cinquefoils (2nd and 3rd quarters). Leslie-
of the first ( 1 st and 4th quarters), all DUGUID OF BALQUHAIN AND AUCH-
within a bordure indented gu. Bos- inhove, co. Aberdeen (1889).
WELL OF DOWEN. Az. diapered or semee of fleurs de
Arg. on a fess invected sa. three lys of the last, on a fess arg. two boars'
cinquefoils of the and 4th
first (1st heads erased of the field. Fulton
quarters). Boswell OF Glassmont. OF LOCHLIBOSIDE (1789).
Arg. on a fess az. three mullets of Az. diapered or semee of fleurs de
the first (1st and 4th quarters). lys of the last, on a fess arg. a boar's
Kennedy of Clowburn. head erased of the field. Fulton
Arg. on a fess az. three mullets of of Park of Inchinnan (1789).
the first(1st and 4th quarters). Az. on a fess or three lozenges gu.,
Mure of Rowallan. within a bordure engrailed arg.
Arg. on a fess az. three mullets or Lieut.-Col. William M'Kerrell,
(1st and 4th quarters).
MUIR OF younger of Hillhouse (1802).
CASSENCARY (1773)- Az. on a fess or three lozenges gu.,
on a fess az. three mullets or
Arer. within a bordure engrailed arg. (2nd

(1st and 4th quarters), all within a and 3rd quarters). JAMES Adam
bordure nebuly quarterly gu. and arg. M'Kerrell Brown, C.A., Edinburgh
Mure Mackenzie of Delvine (1st (1887).
matric. 1785). Erminois, on a fess parted per fess
Arg. on a fess az. three mullets or embattled gu. and az. three crescents
and 4th quarters), all within a
(ist arg. (2nd quarter for Craig of Dalnair),
bordure nebuly quarterly gu. and arg. all within a bordure erm. Tytler of
Muir Mackenzie of Delvine (2nd WOODEHOUSELEE (2nd matric. 1824).
matric. 1830). Erminois, on a fess parted per fess
Arg. on a fess sa. three cinquefoils embattled gu. and az. three crescents
of the and 4th quarters), all
first (ist arg. (2nd quarter for Craig ofDalnair).
within a bordure engrailed sa. BOS- Fraser-Tytler of Balnain (1864).
WELLOF Balmuto (
i 87 5 ).
Erm. on a fess sa. three crescents
Arg. on a fess az. three mullets of arg. Craig of Riccarton (ist
the first (2nd quarter for Vere of matric.)
FESS 97

Fess — continued. Fess — continued.


Erm. on ;i fess gu. three crescents six crescents gu. Alexander Camp-
or. CRAIGIE OF DUMBARNIE (2nd bell, Peru (1762).
matric. 1763). Or, on a fess az. three buckles of
Erm. on a fess gu. three escallops the first (3rd quarter), all within a
or, within bordure engrailed az.
a bordure engrailed az. (arg. ?) charged
charged with eight bees ppr. Archi- with four crescents gu. Colin Camp-
bald Ingram, Provost of Glasgow bell, London (now 1720 of Moy).— —
(1763)- Or, on a fess az. three buckles of
Erm. on a fess sa. three crescents the first (4th quarter). CAMPBELL OF
and 4th quarters).
arg. (1st Gibson Calder.
Craig of Riccarton (2nd matric. Or, on a fess az. three buckles of
1823). the first (4th quarter), all within a
Erm. on a
fess sa. three crescents bordure engrailed or. John Camp-
a mullet for difference (2nd and
arg., bell OF Moy, Sheriff Depute of
3rd quarters of 1st and 4th grand Argyle.
quarters).
-
Robert Stewart, Aber- Or, on a fess az. three buckles of the
deen (1732). first (4th quarter), all within a bordure
Erm. on a fess sa. three crescents engrailed gu. Archibald Campbell,
arg. (2nd and 3rd quarters for Craig). W.S.
Stewart of Newhall. Paly of six arg. and sa. on a fess
Erm. on a fess sa. three crescents of the first three mullets of the second,
arg. (3rd quarter). Gibson Carmi- a mullet for difference. Thomas
1
chael of Skirling (1st matric. Jaffray, writer, Edinburgh.
1791). Vert, on a fess arg. three mascles
Erm. on a fess sa. three crescents sa. Don of Newton.
arg. (4th quarter). Gibson CARMI- Vert, on a fess arg. three mascles
chael of Skirling (2nd matric. sa. within a bordure of the second.

1823). Patrick Don, Bailie of Kelso.


Gu. on a fess arg. a hawk's lure of (6)On a Fess and in chief ... or
the first, between a cinquefoil in chief on a chief . . .

and a falcon's leg jessed and belled Arg. on a


sa. six
fesslozenges
in base of the second. Shank of pierced or, and in base a crescent gu.,
Castle Riggs (1732). on a chief az. three mullets of the field.
Or, on a fess az. a mullet of six Andrew of Clockmilne.
points, between two crescents of the Arg. on a fess engrailed az. three
field. Scot of Bavelaw. mullets of the field, in chief a sphinx
Or, on a fess az. a mullet of six ppr., all within a bordure as the fess
points between two crescents of the gu. Moore of Corswall (1851).
field, within a bordure counter-compony Arg. on a fess az. three crescents or,
of the first and second. WILLIAM in chief a robin redbreast ppr. John
Scot, second son of Bavelaw. Blackie, Lord Provost of Glasgow
Or, on a fess az. three" mullets arg. (1866).
Weir-Vere of Stonebyres (1777). Arg. on a fess az. three crescents or,
Or, on a fess gu. three fleurs de lys in chief a wolf's head erased gu.
of the first ( 1 st and 4th quarters for Robert Blackie, Glasgow (1887).
Lennard), all within a bordure wavy Arg. on a fess sa. three cinquefoils
sa. Sir Thomas Barrett Lennard, of the field, and on a canton in the
Bart. (18 1
2). dexter chief point az. a ship at anchor,
Or, on a fess az. three buckles of her sails furled, within the royal tres-
the first (3rd quarter of 1st and 4th 1
For Jaffray of Dilspro, Kingswells, and
grand quarters), the latter within a David and Thomas Jeffrey, Edinburgh, see
bordure engrailed arg. charged with under title Paly.
H
9s FESS

Fess — continued. Fess — continued.


sure or (
i st and 4th quarters). Robert crosslets of the second three buckles

Boswell, Lyon Depute (1773). or. Leslie of Kincraigie.


Arg. on a fess az. three mullets of Arg. on a fessaz. between two cross

the field, in chief a fleur de lys gu. crosslets fitche"e sa. and a dexter hand

(1st and 4th quarters) over all in the ; couped grasping a sword in pale ppr.
centre of the four quarters a spur-revel three mullets of the first, within a
of six points gu. John Laing Wier bordure engrailed of the second.
(sic)(1801). Sharp of Hoddam.
Arg. on a fess sa. three cinquefoils between two cross
Arg. on a fess az.

of the field, and on a dexter canton az. and a dexter hand


crosslets fitchee sa.
a ship at anchor, sails furled, within a couped grasping a sword in pale gu.
double tressure flory counter-dory or three mullets of the field. Sharp of
(1st and 4th quarters). BOSWELL OF Houston.
AUCHINLECK (1809). Arg. on a fess between three
Or, on a fess az. three fraises arg., crescents sa. a garb or, banded gu.
in chief a serpent gliding in pale of Yule of Darleith.
the second, armed and langued gu. Arg. on a fess sa. between two cres-
James Cuthbert (1778), confirmed cents in chief and a saltire couped in
to Charles Alfred Cuthbert base gu. a garb or. Yule of Ley-
(1862). houses.
(7) On
a Fess and in base . . .
Arg. on a fess between three bay
Arg. on a fess az. three mullets or, leaves vert a primrose or. Foulis
in base a book expanded ppr. Mr. OF Ravelston (patent 1 67 1, regis-
James Muir, Parson of Philorth. tered 1824).
Arg. on a fess sa. a mullet between Arg. on a fess between two cross
az.

two crescents of the first, in base a and a dexter hand


crosslets fitchee sa.
rose gu. Blane of Blanefield couped grasping a sword in pale gu.
(1809). three mullets of the field, all within a
Or, on a fess engrailed az. three bordure embattled of the second.
mullets arg., in base a crescent gu. Captain Walter Sharp (1693).
Durham of Ardounie. Arg. on a fess vert between three
Or, on a fess az. three mullets arg., escallops az. as many cinquefoils of
in base a crescent gu. Durham of the first. Heriot of Ramornie
Grange. (1st matric. 1772, 2nd do. 1814).
(8) On a Fess between . . .
Arg. on a fess gu. between three
Arg. on a fess az. between three fetterlocks az. a mullet or, all within a
crosses in chief and as many peascods bordure of the third. John Grieve,
in base gu. a sword bar-ways of the M.D. (1784).
first. Robert Collison, gentleman Arg. on a fess gu. between three
in H.M. Guard of Horse. fetterlocks az.a mullet or, within a
Arg. on a fess wavy between three bordure engrailed of the third. James
escutcheons gu. an otter's head erased Tamesz Grieve, Moscow (1784).
of the first, within a bordure of the Arg. on a fess az. between three
same. Thomas Hay, writer, Edin- cross crosslets fitchee in chief sa. and

burgh. a crescent in base gu. three mullets


Arg. on a fess between three mullets of the field, within a bordure invected
az. a boar's head erased of the first. of the fourth. Francis Sharp (1785).
Knight of Oldtowncorsby. Arg. on a fess az. between two
Arg. on a fess between three fleurs cross crosslets fitchee in chief sa. and
de lys az. as many buckles or. LESLIE a dexter hand couped fess-ways in
OF TULLOCH. base holding a dagger in pale gu.
Arg. on a fess az. between two cross three mullets of the field, within a
I-'KSS 99

FeSS — continued. —
Fess continued.
bordure embattled of the fourth. heads pale-ways, points upwards, in
Stephen Shairp (1787). base of the last a saltire engrailed
Arg. on a fess az. between three couped of the first. Richard Hud-
bulls' heads couped behind the ears gu. son Beattie (1858).
as many mascles or. BlSLAND OF Arg. on a fess sa. between two
AUCHINTORLIE (1797). cross crosslets in chief of the second
Arg. on a fess sa. between three and in base a demi-lion rampant gu.
mullets of six points many
az. as issuing out of a bar wavy az. three
escallops or. Innes of Lochalsh escallops or. HUGHAN OF AlRDS
(1811). (1862).
Arg. on a fess vert between a Arg. on a fess between a crescent
demi-lion in chief gu. issuant from the in chief gu. and a unicorn's head
fess and a fleur de lys in base az. a erased in base sa. a mullet between
sword fess-ways ppr. Major-Gen. two cushions or. Hugh Thurburn,
Sir John Mary Chalmers, K.C.B. London (1864).
(1815). Arg. on a fess between three annu-
Arg. on a between
fess crenelle lets az. as many crescents of the first.
three lions' heads erased gu. a chess William Young Craig, coal pro-
rook of the first. David Scott, prietor,Cheshire (1874).
Bengal (1824). Arg. on a fess wavy gu. between
Arg. on a fess sa. between two three hunting-horns sa., garnished
crescents in chief and a saltire couped and stringed vert, two mullets of
in base gu. a garb between two water- the first. FORRESTER OF CARBETH
bougets or. Col. Udny Yule, C.B., (1874).
H.E.I.C.S. (1824). Arg. on a fess indented between
Arg. on a fess az. between three three crescents gu. as many garbs or.
bundles of holly vert, each consisting Mrs. Charlotte Mary Blyth or
of as many leaves slipped, banded gu., Fleming [of Clayquhat] (1877).
three mullets of the first. IRVING OF Arg. on a fess between a boar's
Newton (1827). head erased in chief and two mullets
Arg. on a fess between two annulets in base az. a crescent of the first.

in chief and two crosiers saltire-ways Rocheid of Inverleith, co. Mid-


in base sa. three mullets of the first, lothian (1884).
within a bordure gu. Fogo OF Row Arg. on a fess az. between three
(1830). escutcheons vert as many crescents
Arg. on a fess between a crescent or. Anthony George Shiell,
in chief gu. and a unicorn's head barrister-at-law (1884).
erased in base sa. three mullets or. Arg. on a fess sa. between two
Thurburn of Murtle (1841). thistles in chief ppr. and a garb in base
Arg. on a fess gu. a saltire of the banded or, three cinquefoils of the
gu.,
first, surmounted of two swords chev- (1st and 4th quarters).
field Bos-
ron-ways ppr., piercing a heart in chief WELL OF BLACKADDER (1784).
of the second, and in base a cinque- Arg. on a between two boars'
fess
foil az. Pearson of Bielside heads erased three buckles or (ist
az.

(1856). and 4th quarters of i st and 4th grand


Arg-. on a fess az. between two quarters). Forbes Leslie of Rothie
roses in chief and one in base gu., (1862).
barbed vert, a shakefork between two Arg. on a fess az. between three
mullets of the first. James Morton, primroses gu. as many mullets or
merchant, Greenock (1857). (2nd and 3rd quarters). Primrose
Arg. on a fess sa. between two keys of Dalmeny (1693).
adossed in chief az. and three lance- Az. on a fess between three pheons
IOO FESS

Fess —continued. Fess — continued.


arg. a stag couchant gu., attired with Az. on a fess between a lion's head
ten tynes or. Davidson of Balgay. erased in chief arg. and a boar's head
Az. on a fess couped arg. between couped beneath two water-bougets in
three pheons or a buck couchant gu., base or three round buckles gu. Rev.
-
attired sa. Davidson of Carn- William Hutchinson King (1845).
brogie. Az. on a fess between a lion ram-
Az. on a fess arg. between three pant in chief arg. and a garb in base
pheons or a buck couchant gu., attired or a ship in full sail on the sea, be-
sa. Davidson of Curriehill. tween a thistle and a stalk of sugar-
Az. on a fess arg. between a lion's cane, both slipped, all ppr., within a
head erased in chief and a mullet in bordure gyronny of eight of the third
base of the second three round and sa. John M'Ewan, sugar mer-
buckles gu. King of Newmiln. chant, Glasgow (1847).
Az. on a fess between three mascles Az. on a fess between a lion's head
arg. as many cinquefoils of the first. erased in chief arg. and a water-bouget
PURVES OF that Ilk (
i st matric. in base or three round buckles gu.

1673, 2nd do. 1772). The Rev. S. W. King, M.A. (1867).


Az. on a fess arg. between a ship, Az. on a fess arg. between a lion's
sails furled, oars in saltire, in chief of head erased in chief and two billets
the second, and in base a globe ppr., in base or three round buckles of
and two anchors saltire -ways arg., the first. John King of Campsie
three mascles of the first. NUCCOL (1869).
(NICOL), Alloa (1733). Az. on a fess arg. between two fleurs
Az. on a fess wavy or between de lys in chief and a crab in base
three pheons arg. a buck couchant or a hunting-horn sa., garnished and
gu., attired sa. DAVIDSON OF Hall- stringed of the field. John Crabbie,
TREE (1758). merchant, Leith (1873).
on a fess arg. between three
Az. Az. on a fess between two esquires'
pheons, points downwards, or, a buck helmets plumed in chief and a fraise
couchant gu., within a bordure of the in base arg. a saltire sa. John
third. Davidson of Cantray (1 788). Trayner, advocate, Edinburgh (1878).
Az. on a fess between two
arg. Az. on a fess arg. between three
mullets in chief and a garb in base or fetterlocks or a mullet sa. Charles
a fieurde lys gu. Waugh of Lark- John Grieve, Branxholm Park, co.
hall (1790). Roxburgh (1882).
Az. on a fess between a lion's head Az. on a fess between three bells or
erased in chief and a mullet in base as many martlets sa. Thomas Bell
arg. three buckles gu. King OF yr. OF Rossie, co. Perth (1886).
Lessmurdie (18 10). Az. on a fess between three crosses
Az. on a fess arg. between three patee arg. a cross crosslet fitchee of
hawks' heads erased or a moors the first, within a bordure parted per
head sa. John Stephenson, Lon- pale of the second and
or. William
don (18 1 2). M'Combie DUGUID, Aberdeen (1890).
Az. on a fess between the sun in Az. on a fess arg. between three
his splendour and three bees volant in crosses moline or five ermine spots.
fess or three fleurs de lys of the field. Miss Caroline Maria Maine
Rogerson of Wamphray (18 18). (1890).
Az. on a fess between an increscent Az. on a fess arg. between two
and decrescent in chief arg. and in fetterlocks in chief and a stag's head
base a branch of palm slipped of the cabossed in base or a crescent of the
last three spear-heads gu. NlVEN first. Frederick J. Mackenzie
of Kirkbride (1842). Grieve, R.N. (1891).
FESS ioi

Fess — continued. Fess — continued.


Az. on a fess arg. between two Gu. on a fess erm. between three
fetterlocks in chief and a stag's head mullets in chief arg. and two swords
cabossed in base or a mullet of the. saltire-ways ppr. in base, a crescent az.
first. John A. Mackenzie Grieve, for difference surmounted of another. 1
RA. 89 1).
(i Crawfurd of Carsburn( 1 st matric.)
Az.on a fess arg. between three Gu. on a fess erm. between three
boars' heads couped or a wolf's head mullets in chief arg. and two swords
couped sa. (1st quarter). JOHN saltire-ways ppr. in base, a crescent
Gordon, South Carolina (1776). az. for difference. Crawfurd of
Az. on a fess between three lozenges JORDANHILL.
or a beaton leaf slipped vert (1st and Gu. on a fess or between three fetter-

4th quarters). Bethune of Nether- locks arg. a mullet az. Grierson of


TARVIT. Lag.
Az. on a fess arg. between three Gu. on a fess between three
mullets in chief and a wild boar passant cinquefoils arg. a man's heart ppr.
in base of the second a boar's head Hamilton of Cairnes.
couped gu. (2nd and 3rd quarters). Gu. on a fess between three boars'
Nasmyth of Posso. heads erased arg. a man's heart ppr.
Az. on a fess between three enclosed within a fetterlock sa.
mascles arg. as many cinquefoils of James Lockhart, one of H.M.
the first (3rd quarter for Purves of Heralds.
that Ilk) over all on an escutcheon
;
Gu. on a fess erm. between three
arg. an orange crowned and slipped mullets in chief and a castle triple-
ppr. Sir William Purves Hume towered in base arg., masoned sa.,
Campbell of Marchmont and a lozenge of the first. Thomas Kin-
Purves (18 13). CAID, surgeon apothecary, Edinburgh.
Erm. on a fess between three Gu. on a fess arg. between two
annulets gu. as many crescents or. garbs in chief and a plough in base
Robert Young Craig, merchant, or three trefoils slipped vert.

Glasgow (1867). Dreghorn of Ruchhill (1763).


Gu. on a fess between a bow and Gu. on a fess arg. between three
arrow in full draught in chief and antique crowns or a lion passant
three legs couped at the thigh in base guardant of the first, imperially
arg. a lion's head erased sa. Sir crowned ppr. GRANT OF Shewglie
Andrew Birnie, advocate. (2nd matric. 1 796).
Gu. on a fess between a bow and Gu. on a fess between three antique
arrow in full draught in chief and crowns or a lion passant guardant of
three armed legs couped at the thigh the first, imperially crowned ppr.
in base arg. a lion's head erased sa., between two cinquefoils of the field.
a crescent for difference. ALEX- Lord Glenelg (1835).
ANDER Birnie, advocate. Gu. on a fess arg. between three
Gu. on a fess nebuly arg. between wolves' heads erased of the second a
six billets or a rose slipped gu. galley, oars in saltire, sa., flagged of
Alexander Chaplain, W.S. the first. George Robertson,
Gu. on a fess arg. between three Deputy Keeper of the Records, Edin-
mullets or as many Cornish kaes sa., burgh (1846).
beaked and membered of the first. Gu. on a fess between two fetter-
Cornwall of Bonhard. locks in chief and a boar's head
Gu. on a fess erm. between three erased in base or a mullet az.
mullets arg. two crescents interlaced 1 —
Note in Register. The brotherly difference
of the field. Crawfurd of Ard- above is taken away, and in lieu thereof a
millan. bordure wavy of the third is added.
102 FESS

Fess — continued. Fess— continued.


Henry Grierson of Milton Park, head couped in chief sa. and a
co.Kirkcudbright (1875). thistle in base vert a saltire arg.
Gu. on a fess between three wolves' William Richardson.
heads erased arg. two roses of the Or, on a fess between three cross
James Peter Robertson of
first. crosslets fitchee gu. as many mullets
Foreshores, co. Argyll (1889). arg. Tulloch OF Tannachie.
fess arg. between a
Gu. on a demi- Or, on a fess az. between three
lion rampant in chief or and a canoe boars' heads erased gu. two keys in
of the last with four men rowing ppr., saltire of the first. URQUHART OF
in the bow a flag of the second BURDSYARDS (1766).
flowing toward the dexter, inscribed Or, on a fess az. between a bull's
with the letters N.W. sa., in base a head couped in chief sa. and in base
hammer surmounted of a nail in sal- a ship at anchor, sails furled, her hull
tire of the last. Sir Donald Alex- on fire ppr., a saltire arg. Captain
ander Smith, K.C.M.G. (1890). George Richardson, H.E.I.C.S.
Gu. on a fess between three (1768).
escutcheons or a boar's head couped Or, on a fess az. between a bull's
between two mascles of the first. head couped in chief sa. and a galley
Mutter of Bunanuisg, co. Argyll in base, oars in saltire, of the last,

(1891). flagged gu., a saltire couped arg. Sir


Gu. on a fess between three cushions James Richardson of Bellmount,
arg. a mullet of the first (4th quarter). Jamaica (1783).
Erskine of Tinwall (1737). Or, on a fess az. between a bull's
Or, on a fess az. between two head couped in chief sa. and a galley
crescents, the upper inverted, gu. in base, oars in saltire, of the last,
three mullets arg. Durham of flagged gu., a saltire couped arg., all
Duntarvie. within a bordure of the fourth.

Or, on a fess between three crosses John Richardson, barrister-at-law

patee in chief gu. and a mullet in base (1784).


az. as many besants. Mercer of Or, on a fess az. between a bull's

Aldie. head couped in chief sa. and a


Or, on a fess between three crosses hawthorn tree issuing out of a mount
patee chief gu. and a mullet in
in in base ppr. a saltire arg. Richard-
base az. as many besants, within a son of Keithock (1793).
bordure of the second charged with Or, on a fess az. between a bull's
eight annulets of the first. Mercer head couped in chief and a galley in
of Eastern ewton. base, oars in saltire, sa., flagged gu., a
Or, on a fess between three crosses saltire arg. charged with a crescent

patde in chief gu. and a mullet in of the fourth. Richardson of Pit-


base az. as many besants, all within four (1st matric. 1808).
a bordure indented of the second. Or, on a fess between two cross
Mercer of Salineshaw. crosslets fitche'e in chief and a lion

Or, on a fess az. between a bull's rampant in base gu. three mullets
head couped in chief and a galley, arg. Tulloch of Elliestoun
oars in saltire, in base sa. a saltire (1808).
arg. Richardson of Smeaton. Or, on a fess engrailed az. between
Or, on a fess indented (az. ?) be- a bull's head couped in chief and a
tween a bull's head couped in chief galley, oars in saltire, in base sa. two
and a galley, oars in saltire, in base fleursde lys arg., all within a bor-
sa. a saltire arg. John Richardson, dure gu. charged with eight besants.
writer, Edinburgh. Ralph Richardson, merchant, Edin-
Or, on a fess az. between a bull's burgh (1836).
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Or, on a fess between three crosses Or, on a fess between three crosses
patee in chief gu. and a mullet of six patee in chief gu. and a mullet in
points in base az. as many besants, base az. as many besants within a
within a bordure of the third. Mer- bordure indented of the second (1st
cer OF FORDELL HOUSE (1853). and 4th quarters). Tod-Mercer of
Or, on a fess az. between a bull's Scotsbank, co. Selkirk (1884).
head couped in chief and a galley in Or, on a fess az. between a bull's
base, oars in action, sa., flagged gu., head couped in chief sa. and a galley
a saltire couped between two unicorns in base, oars in saltire, of the last,

trippant arg. Richardson of Rals- flagged gu., a saltire couped arg. (1st
ton (1858). and 6th quarters). Richardson of
Or, on a fesswavy az. between a Pitfour (2nd matric. 1826, 3rd do.
demi-lion sa. holding in his dexter 1837).
paw a sword in chief ppr., and in Or, on a fess gu. between three
base three roses gu., barbed and crosses patee in chief of the second and
seeded vert, a fleur de lys of the first. a mullet az. in base three besants (1st
Chambers ofGlenormiston(i 863). and 4th quarters of 2nd grand quar-
Or, on a fess between three crosses ter) ;
on an escutcheon of pretence
patde in chief gu. and a mullet in base overMarchioness of Lansdowne
az.three besants on a canton of the
;
and Baroness Nairne (1878).
second a boar's head couped of the Or, on a fess gu. between three
field. Mercer of Huntingtower crosses patee in chief of the second
(1864). and a star of six points in base az.
Or, on a fess gu. between two three besants of the field, all within a
crosses patde fitchee of the second in bordure of the third (2nd quarter for
chief and a salmon naiant in base ppr. Mercer). The Hon. Hew A. D.
a mural crown of the first. Peter H. Haldane Duncan Mercer-
Stewart Macliver, Bristol (1867). Henderson (1882).
Or, on a fess az.between a bull's Or, on a fess between three crosses
head couped in chief sa. and in base patde in chief gu. and a mullet in base
a galley, oars in action, of the last, az. as many besants within a bordure
flagged gu., a saltire couped between az. (2nd and 3rd quarters). Alex-
two unicorns trippant arg., within a ander Campbell, Peru (1762).
bordure of the second. Richardson Sa. on a fess between three mascles
of Hartfield (1869). or a star of six points wavy az. (1st
Or, on a fess gu. between three and 4th quarters). MITCHELL OF
goats' heads erased sa. two cross Stow (1866).
crosslets fitchee of the first. Robert Sa. on a fess between three mascles
Bartholomew, merchant, Glasgow or three mullets gu. (2nd and 3rd
(1869). quarters). Mitchell Innes of Par-
Or, on a fess az. between two spur- sons Green (1840).
revels in chief and a hunting-horn Vert, on a fess wavy between three
stringed in base sa. a water-bouget of boars' heads arg. as many quatrefoils
the first. James Burness, merchant, of the first. WHYTHEAD OF ISLES OF
London (1873). ALLO.
Or, on a fess az. between a bull's Vert, on a fess dancetty arg. three
head couped in chief and a galley, oars mullets gu., in the middle chief a
in in base sa., flagged gu., a
action, deer's head cabossed, surmounted of
saltire couped between two unicorns a pheon, point downwards, or, and in
trippant arg., within a bordure of the base between two escallops a pheon,
fourth. George Wood Richardson, point upwards, of the last ; in a dexter
Kirn, co. Argyll (1878). canton of the second a lion rampant
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of the third. DUFF OF DRUMMUIR Parted per fess az. and or, in chief
(1750?). a lion rampant arg. gorged with an
Vert, on a fess arg. between three antique crown vert, in base a garb . . .

crescents or as many mascles sa. Macewan of Muckly.


Lieut.-Gen. George Don (18 10). Parted per fess or and az. a galley of
Vert, on a fess dancetty erm. be- the first, mast, oars, and tackling ppr.,
tween a stag's head cabossed in chief flagged (gu.?), between a hand couped
and two escallops in base or a mullet fess-ways holding a dagger in pale in
gu. Sir James Duff, Consul at the dexter chief point and a cross cross-
Cadiz (1 8 1
3). let fitchee gu. in the sinister, within a
Vert, on a fess arg. between a cat- bordure of the last. M'Pherson OF
a-mountain sejant guardant in chief Invereshie.
and a dexter hand couped holding a Parted per fess invected or and az. a
dagger erect base ppr. three holly
in galley of the first, mast, oars, and
leaves of the field (2nd and 3rd quar- tackling ppr., flagged (gu. ?), between a
ters). Gow Steuart - of Little hand couped fess-ways holdingadagger
Colonsay (1864). in pale in the dexter chief point and

(9) Parted per Fess . . . a cross crosslet fitchee in the sinister


Parted per fess arg. and sa. a chevron gu. M'Pherson of Pitmain.
between three cinquefoils, two in chief Parted per fess or and gu. a lion
and one in base, all counter-changed. rampant within a double tressure flory
Balnavis of Carnbadie. counter-flory and counter-changed of
Parted per fess engrailed az. and gu. the second and first, armed and langued
three covered cups, two in chief and one az. Earl of Middleton.
inbase or. Butler of Kirkland. Parted per fess or and gu. a lion
Parted per fess az. and sa. a ship rampant within a bordure nebuly, all

under sail or, masts, sails, and tackling counter -


changed. Captain Law-
ppr. John Craik, Fraserburgh. rence Middleton.
Parted per fess az. and arg., in chief Parted per fess or and gu. a lion ram-
three bears' heads couped of the second, pant within a bordure embattled, all
muzzled gu., and in base as many uni- counter-changed. Captain Robert
corns' heads erased sa. Forbes of Middleton.
Ballogie. Parted per fess or and gu. a lion
Parted per fess engrailed or and az. rampant of the first counter-changed

a galley of the first, mast, oars, and (?), within a bordure indented of the

tackling ppr., between a hand couped second. John Middleton, M.A.,


fess-ways holding a dagger in pale, in Rector of Cricksey, Essex.
the dexter chief point and in the Parted per fess or and gu. a lion
sinister a cross crosslet fitchee gu., all rampant counter-changed, holding in
within a bordure of the last. David paw an astrolob ppr. John
his dexter
Gillies, alias Macpherson. Middleton, Fraserburgh.
Parted per fess or and arg. three Parted per fess or and gu. a lion
demi-pallets gu., in base a heart ppr. rampant within a bordure engrailed
Keith of Tilligonie. and counter- changed of the same.
Parted per fess gu. and sa. a cup arg. David Middleton, surgeon, London.
with a garland issuing out of the top Parted per fess wavy gu. and arg.
between two laurel branches vert. three crescents counter -
changed.
Lowrie of Plainstones. Laurence Oliphant, writer, Edin-
Parted per fess wavy az. and or, in burgh.
rampant arg. gorged with
chief a lion Parted per fess or and gu., in chief a
an antique crown vert. M'Dowall bend sa. charged with a mullet of six
of Neilsland. points between two crescents, and in
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base an leg couped


eagle's at the fleurs lys in cross az. surmounted of
de
thigh in pale, all of the first. James a cross of the last edged of the field
Scott (Holland). between four spur- revels gu., the
Parted per fess wavy gu. and arg. ;
cross charged in the centre with
over all a lion passant sa. pierced with two greyhounds' heads addorsed or.
a dagger ppr., hafted and pommelled Catherine Aitken, second daughter
of the second, the haft appearing and co-heiress of Charles Aitken of
between the shoulders and the point the island of St. Croix (1804).
under the belly, tending towards the Parted per fess wavy or and gu., in
hind legs. Small of Corrihall. chief a lion rampant of the last.
Parted per fess or and az. a galley Drummond of Megginch (2nd
of the first, masts, oars, and tackling matric. 1805).
ppr., flagged gu., in the dexter chief Parted per fess wavy or and gu., in
point a hand couped fess-ways holding chief a martlet sa. Lieut.-Gen. Sir
a dagger pale-ways, and in the sinister Gordon Drummond, K.C.B. (18 16).
a cross crosslet fitchee of the third. Parted per fess or and sa. a lion
Macpherson of Cluny (1st matric. rampant counter-changed, on a can-
1672, 2nd do. 1873). ton gu. an Esculapian staff in pale
Parted per fess or and gu. a lion with a serpent wreathed round it arg.
rampant holding in his dexter paw a John M'Whirter, M.D., H.E.I.C.S.
shakefork sa., within a double tressure (1824).
flory counter-flory, all counter-changed. Parted per fess wavy or and gu.
George Middleton, advocate, yr. Col. John Drummond, co. Glouces-
of Seton (1737) [impaling Grey']. ter (1846).
Parted per fess two landscapes, " the Parted per fess az. and or a galley

first holding a wild Indian at full of the mast, oars, and tackling
first,

draught, (sic) his bow bent marking at ppr., flagged gu., pennant arg., in the
a stag standing at full gaze regardant dexter chief a hand couped fess-ways
proper;" (the second holding) "the holding a dagger in pale and in the
emblem of the earth, and in base sinister chief a cross crosslet fitchee,
the emblem of water with a ship under both of the second, within a bordure
sail, within sight of and making towards counter-changed of the last and first.
a distant land representing America." M'Pherson of Garbity (1854).
Robert Dinwiddie, North America Parted per fess arg. and sa., in chiet
(i75i). a martlet of the second, in base a fir
Parted per fess undy arg. and vert, tree growing out of a mount sur-
an oak tree eradicated in chief and a mounted by a sword in bend dexter,
salmon naiant in base ppr. (4th supporting on its point an antique
quarter). John Michie, London crown or. M'Kirdy OF BlRKWOOD"
(1761). (1856).
Parted per fess wavy or and gu. a Parted per fess az. and arg., in chief
lion rampant within a bordure nebuly, a martlet or between two mullets of
all counter-changed. Peter Middle- the second, and in base a ship in full
ton, M.D. (1768). sail on the-sea between a garb and a
Parted per fess wavy or and gu. a thistle ppr., on a chief of the third
lion rampant parted of the same three pallets gu. (and on a canton
direction of the last and arg. Drum- erm. the decoration of the Legion ot
mond of Megginch (1st matric. Honour). DlCKSON of CLOCKS-
1788). BRIGGS AND RESCOBIE (1856).
Parted per fess wavy or and gu. Parted per fess az. and arg., in chief
James Drummond, London (1791). three broad arrows in pale, points
Parted per fess erm. and or, four downwards, or, and in base a cross
io6 FESS

Fess — continued. Fess — continued.


raguly gu. charged in the centre Parted per fess arg. and vert, three
with a saltire of the third. Captain hunting-horns counter-changed, gar-
J. H. Lawrence Archer (1858). nished and stringed gu. Alexander
Parted per fess az. and arg., in chief John Hunter, Manchester (1868).
a martlet or between two mullets of Parted per fess erm. and sa. a
the second, and in base a ship in full chevron wavy or. Charles Neaves
sail on the sea between a garb and a (1869).
thistle ppr., on a chief of the third Parted per fess gu. and sa. on a
three pallets gu., all within a bordure bend arg. three crescents az. Napier
of the second. DICKSON OF WOOD- of West Shandon (1869).
VILLE (1864). Parted per fess wavy az. and arg.
Parted per fess arg. and az. on a a saltire engrailed counter-changed.
bend a mullet between two crescents, all Andrew Watters, Midlothian
counter-changed. John Scott, M.D., (1870).
London (1864). Parted per fess arg. and or, on a
Parted per fess or and gu. a lion fess cotised az. three mullets of the
rampant counter-changed, within a first. MUIR OF ARDENVOHR (1872).
bordure az. John Middleton, Parted per fess arg. and gu. two
merchant, Glasgow (1864). mullets in chief and a stag's head
Parted per fess wavy az. and or, in cabossed in base counter-changed.
chief a sword arg., point downward, James Rodger Thomson (1874).
in base a galley sa. in full sail of the Parted per fess wavy or and az.

third, flags and pennons gu. MACFIE two hunting-horns in chief vert,
OF LANGHOUSE (1864). garnished and stringed gu., and in
Parted per fess vert and or, a fess base an anchor arg. Andrew
dancetty erm. between a stag's head Galloway Hunter, Dean Burn, co.
cabossed in chief of the second and Roxburgh (1875).
two laurel leaves in base of the Parted per fess in chief chequy or
first. Thomas Duff, Richmond, co. and vert, in base gu., the latter charged
Surrey (1865). with a lion rampant arg., on a canton
Parted per fess arg. and erm. a of the last a rose of the third, barbed
bend sa. between a unicorn's head of the second. Rev. Andrew Wal-
erased in chief and a cross crosslet lace MlLROY OF FORTHSIDE, CO.
fitchee in base gu. Dennistoun of Stirling (1876).
GOLFHILL (1865). Parted per fess or and sa. a cup
Parted per fess vert and arg. a lion arg.,and issuing therefrom a garland
rampant counter-changed. HUME OF between two branches of laurel ppr.
AUCHINDOLLY (1867). Mrs. Bethia Lillie Laurie or
Parted per fess nebuly az. and or, Scott, Mrs. Isabella Crawford
in chief a sword arg., point down- Laurie or Cunninghame, Mrs.
wards, and in base a galley sa. under Elizabeth Margaret Laurie or
sail of the third, flags and pennons gu. Mutrie (1877).
Macfie of Dreghorn (1867). Parted per fess arg. and az. a
Parted per fess gu. and arg., in chief saltirewavy counter-changed between
a martlet or between two mullets of a castle triple-towered sa., masoned
the second, and in base a ship in full arg., and thereon a redbreast ppr. in
sail in the sea between a garb and a chief and an otter's head erased of
thistle ppr., on a chief of the third the first in base. James David
three pallets of the first, all within a Marwick, Town Clerk, Glasgow
bordure of the same. John Far- (1877).
quhar Dickson, Panbride House, Parted per fess arg. and az. a stag's
co. Forfar (1867). head cabossed counter-changed, in the
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Fess — continued. Fess — continued.


dexter chief point a holly leaf ppr. (1st and 4th quarters). William
Fitz Arundell Mackenzie, Win- Smith, Clerk of H.M. Chancery
chester (1879). (1763).
Parted per fess arg. and az. a two- Parted per fess or and erm. a fess
masted ship or, sails furled, masts gu., a serpent in pale in chief vert
and rigging ppr. Omond OF Car- (1st and 4th quarters). JAMES
NESS, co. Orkney (1882). Cuthbert, Australia (1869).
Parted per fess or and arg. a Parted per fess az. and sa. a castle
galley, sails furled, sa., on a shield gu. with four towers arg., the porch open
pendant therefrom on the sinister side and windows of the second (3rd
a trefoil of the second. M'EacharN- quarter of 1 st and 4th grand quarters).
OF Goathland, co. York (1883). Chrystie Miller of Craigentinny
Parted per fess or and arg. a fess (2nd matric. 1868).
chequy az. and of the second sur- Party per fess or and az. a galley
mounted of a bend gu., in base a of the first, masts, sails, and tackling
galley, oars in action, sa. Stuart ppr., in the dexter chief point a dexter
OF Eriska, co. Argyll (1884). hand couped in fess holding a dagger
Parted per fess sa. and arg. a lion in gu., in the sinister a cross
pale
rampant counter- changed. The patee fitchde of the last (2nd quarter).
Rev. Joseph Haythorne Edgar William Ogilvie, heir-male of Mil-
(1885). toun and heir of line of Macpherson
Parted per fess wavy or and az. an of Pettigown (1779).
ancient three-masted ship of the first, Parted per fess arg. and sa., on a
sails masts and rigging ppr.,
furled, chevron counter - changed between
flags and pennons gu., each having a two torteaux in chief and a plate in
canton of the second charged with a base a fleur de lys gu. (2nd and 3rd
saltire arg. Royal Burgh of Kirk- quarters). Carnegy OF KlNGFAUNS.
wall (1 886). Parted per fess wavy or and gu.
Parted per fess gu. and az. three (2nd and 3rd quarters). William
salmon haurient in fess, each with a Smith, Clerk of H.M. Chancery
ring in his mouth or, in base a boar's (1763).
head erased of the last. SPROT OF Parted per fess or and az. a galley of
Riddell, co. Roxburgh (1886). the first, mast, oars, and tacklings
Parted per fess or and arg. a fess ppr., between a hand couped fess- ways
chequy az. and of the second between holding a dagger in pale in the dexter
a galley, oars in action, sa., flagged gu. chief point, and in the sinister a cross
in chief, and a saltire couped in base crosslet fitche'e, within a bordure gu.
of the fourth. Thomas P. A. Stuart, (2nd and 3rd quarters). Macpher-
M.D., Sydney, N.S.W. (1887). son Grant of Ballindalloch
Parted per fess or and gu. a lion (1806).
rampant counter-changed, within a Parted per fess arg. and az., in
bordure vert. John Shearer Mid- chief two bears' paws in saltire ppr.
dleton, merchant, India (1889). and in base three cinquefoils arg.
Parted per fess az. and or, in chief (2nd and 3rd quarters for G ron oj
an imperial crown of the second, CJiristiansund 1 '),
all within a bordure
crowning a thistle in base ppr. (1st chequy az. and arg. Leslie of
and 4th quarters). Sandilands of Denlugas (18 14).
Cowstoun. Parted per fess, dovetailed erm. and
Parted per fess az. and or, in chief sa., three falcons belled counter-
a burning cup between two chess changed (2nd and 3rd quarters for
rooks of the last, and in base a saltire 1
Afterwards borne on an escutcheon en
of the first between four crescents gu. surtout. See note in Register without date.
ioS FESS— FISHES, GARVINE

Fess — continued. Fess —continued.


Thompson). John Leveson Douglas or (4th quarter for Lort of Stackpole,
Stewart, younger of Nateby co. Fembroke). Campbell of Cal-
Hall, co. Lancaster (1867). der (2nd matric. 1722 ?).
Parted per fess gu. and arg. six Parted per fess or and az., in chief
martlets counter- changed and (2nd two hawks' heads couped and affrontee
3rd quarters). FENWlCK-BlSSET OF base a salmon naiant ppr. (4th
gu., in
Lessendrum (1870). quarter).MacLean OF COLL (1803).
Parted per fess or and arg. an eagle Parted per fess arg. and vert, a
displayed with two heads sa., bearing salmon naiant ppr. (4th quarter).
on its breast an escutcheon gu. charged Macdonald of Craig -na-Gower
with a bend vair (1st and 4th quarters (1875).
[for Bouverie\ of 2nd and 3rd grand Fetterlock.
quarters). Bouverie Campbell of Or, a fetterlock az., on a chief of
Dunoon(1869). the second three mullets arg MUR-
Parted per fess arg. and vert, two ray of Blackbarony.
unicorns' heads couped sa. and Or, a fetterlock az., on a chief of
one arg. gutte gu., all armed or the second three mullets arg., a
(3rd quarter for Goodlatt of Abbots- crescent for difference. Richard
haugh). Goodlatt Campbell of Murray, second son of Blackbarony.
ACHLYNE. Or, a fetterlock az., on a chief of
Parted per fess or and az. a lion the second three mullets arg., all
rampant within a double tressure flory within a bordure indented gu. Mur-
counter-flory, all counter-changed (3rd ray of Livingstone.
quarter for Barham). DEAS THOM- Or, a fetterlock az., on a chief of
SON of Norton (18 10). the second three mullets arg., within
Parted per fess az. and sa. a castle a bordure gu. John Murray, eldest
with four towers arg. (3rd quarter). son of Blackbarony by a second mar-
Miller of Craigentinny on escut- riage (1673).
cheon of pretence over arms of Or, a fetterlock az., on a chief of
Chrystie Miller (1862). the second three mullets arg. (1st
Parted per fess arg. and sa. a and 4th quarters). Lord Elibank
chevron between three cinquefoils [Murray of Blackbarony] (1843).
counter-changed (3rd quarter for Bal- Or, a fetterlock sa., on a chief az.
neavis). Kinloch of Kinloch three mullets arg. {'< :nd and 3rd
(1873). quarters). Robert Keith, H.M.
Parted per fess az. and arg., in chief Envoy to Russia (1769).
three bears' heads couped of the File — see Label.
second, muzzled gu., and in base as Fish, Salmon.
many unicorns' heads erased sa. Parted per fess wavy arg. and vert,
(3rd quarter for Forbes of Ballogie). in the centre a salmon naiant ppr. (4th
Forbes-Leith of Fyvie (1889). quarter).RONALD (MACDONALD),
Parted per fess wavy arg. and vert, Marquess of Antrim.
in the centre a salmon naiant ppr. (4th Fishes (3).
quarter). RONALD
(MACDONALD), Az. three fishes counter-salient (in
Marquess of Antrim. fret ?) arg. (2nd quarter). Brown of
Parted per fess wavy arg. and vert, Eccles (1808).
in base a salmon naiant of the first Fishes, Garvine (3).
(4th quarter), all within a bordure Az. three garvine fishes naiant fess-
quarterly gu. and arg. Mr. Philip ways in pale arg., the middlemost
Macdonald Bowie, Minister at the looking to the sinister, the others to the
Hague. dexter. GEORGE GARVINE, writer,
Parted per fess az. and gu. a cross Irvine.
FISHES, GARVINE
— FLEURS DE LYS 109

Fishes, Garvine (3) continued. — Fleur de lys -continued.


Az. three garvine fishes naiant arg. Arg. a fleur de lys between three
Thomas Garvine, merchant, Edin- mullets, within a bordure gu. (1st and
burgh. 4th quarters). John Glas, surgeon
Fishes, Pikes or Geds (3). (1S12).
Az. three geds or pikes haurient Az. a fleur de lys between three

arg. Ged of that Ilk. garbs or. Cumming OF Burnt-


Flames (3).
hill.
Az. three flames ppr., on a chief arg. Az. a fleur de lys between three
a thistle vert. Mr. James Smith, crescents or (1st and 4th quarters),
overseer to H.M. Works in Scotland. all within a bordure engrailed gu.
Az. three flames of fire or, within a Paton of Glenalmond (1809).
bordure arg. charged with six chess Gu. a fleur de lys or between three
rooks sa. John Smith, Gothenburg cinquefoils arg. Hamilton of Bour-
(1790)- treehill i
77 i

Flaming Bush — see Bush. Fleurs de lys


(

(3).
).

Fleece. Arg. three fleurs de lys az. Syde-


Vert, a fleece of wool ppr. between SERF OF ROCHLAW.
two thistle-heads in chief and a key Arg. three fleurs de lys between six
pale-ways in base or. The Company cross crosslets, 3,2, and 1, within a
of the Cloth Manufactory at bordure sa. Sir William Hillary,
Newmills (1692). Bart. (
1 8 1 1
).

Fleece, Golden. Arg. semee of cross crosslets fitchee


Az. a golden fleece suspended from three fleurs de lys sa., within a bor-
the top of the shield between three dure wavy ermines (3rd quarter for
spur-revels of six points or, within a Beresford).Francis Colebrooke
bordure of the last. 1 Dingwall of Beresford-Drummond, Lieut. 7th
Rannieston (1792). Dragoon Guards (1875).
Fleur de lys. Az. three fleurs de lys within a bor-
Arg. a fleur de lys sa., on a chief dure engrailed on a canton erm. a or,
of the second a mullet of the first. portcullis of the second. Sir Fred-
Alexander Gair, portioner of Nigg. erick Pollock, Lord Chief Baron of
Arg. a fleur de lys between three Exchequer (1847).
mullets within a bordure gu. Glass Az. three fleurs de lys within a bor-
of Sauchie. dure embattled or, on a chief of the
Arg. a fleur de lys between three second an eastern crown gu. superin-
mullets within a bordure engrailed scribed " Khyber," and on a canton
gu. George Glass, Rothesay Herald. erm. three cannon fess-ways in pale sa.
Arg. a fleur de lys vert between Major-Gen. Sir George Pollock,
three mullets gu., all within a bordure G.C.B. (1847).
engrailed of the second. Robert Az. three fleurs de lys within a bor-
Greenlees, M.D. dure engrailed or (1st and 4th quarters
Arg. a fleur de lys within a bordure for Aubigny') over all on an es- ;

az. John Sydeserf, M.D. Syde- cutcheon arg. a saltire ("some will
SERF OF COLLEGEHEAD. have it engrailed ") between four roses
Arg. a fleur de lys sa., on a chief gu. Charles Stewart, Duke of
engrailed of the last a mullet of the Lennox.
first. Captain William Gair Az. three fleurs de lys or (1st and

(1864). 4th quarters of 1st and 4th grand


quarters for Moritgomcrie), the latter
1 ' '

And which
golden fleece is assigned to within a bordure of the second, charged
him as a mark
of distinction on account of the
with a double tressure flory counter-
very essential services done by him to the stock-
"
ing trade of the Town and County of Aberdeen. flory of the first.
[The above charge
no FLEURS DE LYS— FORK

Fleurs de lys (3) continued. — —


Fleurs de lys (3) continued.
without the bordure and tressure is also 3rd quarters). Fergusson Kennedy
the ist and 4th quarters of the 2nd of Bennane (1837).
and 3rd grand quarters of the same Az. three fleurs de lys or (2nd and

coat.]
Earl of Eglinton. 3rd quarters of 2nd and 3rd grand
Az. three fleurs de lys or (ist and quarters). Kennedy of Clowburn.
4th quarters). Montgomerie of Gu. three fleurs de lys or, on a chief
COUSFIELD. of the second three hearts of the first.
Az. three fleurs de lys or (ist and John Brown, Copenhagen (1755).
4th quarters) over all a two-handed
;
Gu. three fleurs de lys or in fess
sword in pale ppr. Montgomerie between as many cinquefoils arg.
of Skelmorlie. Hamilton of Sundrum (1800).
Az. three fleurs de lys or (ist and Gu. three fleurs de lys or (ist and
4th quarters) ;
over all a two-handed 4th quarters of ist and 4th grand
sword in pale ppr., all within a bor- quarters), the latter charged in the
dure arg. charged with mullets and centre with a mullet, and within a
ravens alternately sa. for difference. bordure engrailed or. William
Montgomerie of Kirktounholme Henry Montgomery (i860).
(1732). Forest — sec Trees.
Az. three fleurs de lys or (1st and Fork (Shakefork or Sheaf-fork).
4th quarters) over all dividing the
; Arg. a shakefork
sa. (Cunning-
coats a cross wavy or charged with ham) Earl of Glencairn.
a mullet between four crescents az. Arg. a shakefork sa. between two
Montgomery of Stanhope (1772). lozenges in fess of the last. Cun-
Az. three fleurs de lys or ( 1 st and 4th ningham of Auchinharvie.
quarters); over all dividing the quar- Arg. a shakefork sa. between three
ters a cross wavy or charged with mascles gu. Cunningham of Bal-
three cinquefoils in fess erm. MONT- quhan.
GOMERY of Newton (1774). Arg. a shakefork sa. and in chief a

Az. three fleurs de lys or (ist and rose (gu. ?)


surmounted of a mullet of
4th quarters of ist and 4th grand the field. Cunningham of Brown-
quarters) over the
;
latter dividing hill.
the coats a cross wavy or charged Arg. a shakefork sa., a crescent az.

with a mullet between four crescents for difference. Cunningham of


az. Montgomery of Stanhope Corsehill.
and Kinross (1844). Arg. a shakefork sa. within a bor-
Az. three fleurs de lys or (ist and dure az. charged with eight billets of
4th quarters of ist and 4th grand the first. Cunningham of Enter-
quarters), the latter within a bordure
kine.
engrailed or charged with a double Arg. a shakefork sa. within a bor-
tressure flory counter-flory gu. HUGH dure erm. Cunningham of Lam-
Edmonstone Montgomerie, Lon- BRUGHTOUNE.
don (1876). Arg. a shakefork sa. between three
Az. three fleurs de lys or, quartered roses gu. James Cunninghame,
with gu., three lions passant guardant W.S.
in pale or(2nd quarter) over all in ; Arg. a shakefork sa. between three
chief a file of three lambeaux arg. roses gu., a crescent for difference.

James Duke of Albany and York, Adam Cunningham, macer.


[Jas. VII.] Arg. a shakefork sa. between three
Az. three fleurs de lys or (2nd and mascles az. John Cunningham,
3rd quarters). Kennedy of Kirk- Ayr.
hill. Arg. a shakefork sa., a crescent for
Az. three fleurs de lys or (2nd and difference. Col. R. CUNNINGHAM.
FORK— FRAISE ii i

Fork —continued. Fork — continued.


Arg. a shakefork sa. within a bor- Arg. a shakefork sa. within a bor-
dure wavy az. charged with six plates. dure erm. (1st and 4th quarters), all
Thomas Cuninghame, Stockholm. within a bordure or. Dick CUNYNG-
Arg. a shakefork between a hunt- ham of Preston field (1850).
ing-horn in chief and two castles in Arg. a shakefork between a hunt-
base sa. Mistress Jean Cunning- ing-horn in chief and two castles in
ham, spouse to Mr. Andrew Forrester. base sa. (1st and 4th quarters).
Arg. a shakefork between three Fairlie Cuninghame of Robert-
mullets sa., a bordure indented gu., land, co. Ayr (1882).

fretty or. Cunningham of Craig- Arg. a shakefork sa. (2nd and 3rd
end (1704 ?). quarters). William Copland of
Arg. a shakefork sa. between three Colliestoun (ist matric. 1 73 1).
fleurs de lys az., one in chief and Arg. a shakefork sa. withiiv a bor-
two in the flanks. Cunnyngham dure az. charged with eight billets or
of Livingston (1st matric. 1768, (2nd and 3rd quarters). Rigg of
2nd do. 1775). Morton (1772).
Arg. a shakefork sa. between three Arg. a shakefork sa. (3rd quarter
roses gu. Cuninghame of Ban- of 2nd and 3rd grand quarters).
DALLOCH, on an escutcheon of pre- Sandilands of Hilderston(i673).
Stewart Robertson of
tence over Arg. a shakefork and in chief a
Edradynate (1885). mullet sa.
(3rd quarter). MuiR OF
Arg. a shakefork sa. within a bor- Cassencary (1773).
dure gu. (1st and 4th quarters). Arg. a shakefork sa. (3rd quarter).
Cunningham of Aikinbir. Fergusson of Kilkerran (1880).
Arg. a shakefork sa. (1st and Arg. a shakefork sa., in chief a
4th quarters). Cunningham of rose gu. surmounted by a mullet of
Craigends. the field (4th quarter). Hunter
Arg. a shakefork sa. (1st and 4th Blair of Blairquhan (1827).
quarters). Cunninghame OF Cayon, Erm. a shakefork sa. within a bor-
St. Cristopher's. dure wavy az. CUNINGHAME OF
Arg. a shakefork sa. within a bor- Brighouse(i77i). Cuninghameof
dure gu. (1st and 4th quarters). Lainshaw and Brighouse (1779).
Alexander Cunnyngham, C.S. Or, a shakefork sa. charged with
(1769). four besants. George Cunning-
Arg. a shakefork sa., and in chief ham, C.E. (1864).
a mullet gu., within a bordure en- Or, a shakefork sa. charged with
grailed of the last (1st and 4th four besants over all on an escutcheon
;

quarters). Cunningham of Bal- of pretence Miller. Miller-Cun-


gownie (1771). ningham OF Leithen, co. Peebles
Arg. a shakefork sa. within a bor- (1887).
dure erm. (1st and 4th quarters). Fortification.
Cuninghame of Caprington Az. a fortification (sconce) arg.,
(1st matric. 1829). masoned sa., in the dexter chief
Arg. a shakefork between a hunting- point a mullet of six points of the
horn in chief and two castles in base second. Robert Clement Sconce
sa. on escutcheon of pretence over (1815).
;

Cuningham Fairlie of Robert- Fountains — see Roundles, Wavy.


land (1837). Fraise — see also Cinquefoil.
Arg. a shakefork sa. within a bor- Az. a fraise issuing out of a cres-
dure erm. (1st and 4th quarters). cent between three mullets arg.
Thomas Smith Cuningham yr. of Alexander Aberbuthnet (Ar-
Caprington (2nd matric. 1850). buthnot).
112 FRAISE— FRAISES

Fraise — continued. —
Fraises (3) continued.
Az. a fraise arg. between three pretence arg. three escutcheons gu.
garbs or. CUMMING OF RELUGAS Hay of Craignethan.
(1733)- Az. three fraises arg. (1st and 4th
Az. a fraise arg. between three quarters), all within a bordure arg. ;
garbs or, all within a bordure en- over all on a shield of pretence of the
grailed of the second. GEORGE last three escutcheons gu. Hay of
CUMMING (I790). LlNPLUM.
Az. a fraise arg. between three Az. three fraises arg. (1st and 4th
boars' heads couped or (1st and 4th quarters); over all on a shield' of
quarters). Gordon of Glastirim. pretence arg. three escutcheons gu., a
Fraises (3) — see also Cinquefoils. mullet surmounted of a crescent for
Az. three fraises arg. LORD difference. William Hay, merchant,
Fraser. Edinburgh.
Az. three fraises arg. within a Az. three fraises arg. (1st and 4th
bordure compony of the second and quarters) over all on an escutcheon
;

first. Fraser of Phoppachy. or a lion rampant gu. surmounted of


Az. three fraises arg. (1st and 4th a ribbon sa. Fraser of Fraser-
quarters for Fraser). Lord Saltoun.
field (1st matric. 1725).
Az. three fraises arg. (1st and 4th Az. three fraises arg. (1st and 4th
quarters), all within a bordure en- quarters), all within a bordure az.

grailed quarterly arg. and gu. charged charged with eight garbs or. Fraser
with eight mullets counter-changed. of Fraserfield (2nd matric. 1775).
Fraser of Auchnagarne. Arg. three fraises az. (1st and 4th
Az. three fraises arg. (1st and 4th quarters), all within a bordure or.
quarters), all within a bordure
en- Fraser of Struie (1796).
grailed quarterly arg. and gu. Fraser Az. three fraises arg. (1st and 4th
of Belladrum. quarters), in the middle chief point of
Az. three fraises arg. (1st and 4th the first quarter a crescent or, all

quarters), a fleur de lys for difference.


within a bordure erminois. Fraser
Fraser of Brodland. of Inverallochy (1803).
Az. three fraises arg. (1st and 4th and 4th
Az. three fraises arg. (1st

quarters), all within a bordure in- quarters) over all an escutcheon arg.
;

dented arj charged with eight charged with three shields gu., the
crescents g Fraser of Eske- whole within a bordure vert charged
DELL. with four unicorns' heads couped with
Az. three fraises arg. (1st and 4th as many mullets alternately arg. Hay
quarters), all within a
bordure en- OF SiMITHFIELD (1806).
grailed quarterly arg. and gu. charged
Az.three fraises arg. (1st and 4th
1 st and
with eight annulets counter-changed. quarters of 4th grand quarters)
Fraser of Fingask. en si/rtoi/t of the former, on an escut-
Az. three fraises arg. (1st and 4th cheon arg. a mullet between three
quarters), all within a
bordure in- shields gu. Hay Newton of New-
dented or. Fraser of Kirkton. ton (2nd matric. 1809).
Az. three fraises arg. (1st and 4th Az. three fraises arg. (1st and 4th

quarters), all within a


bordure gu. quarters), all within a bordure gu., in
Fraser of Strichen. the centre of the shield a crescent arg.
Az. three fraises arg. (1st and 4th Captain Alexander Fraser, R.N.
quarters), a crescent arg.
in the (1810).
centre of the shield. Fraser of Az. three fraises arg. (ist and 4th
Tyrie. quarters), all within a bordure em-
Az. three fraises arg. (1st and 4th battled, quarterly arg. and gu. ; in the
quarters), over all on a shield of centre of the shield a sold cross
FRAISES i>3

Fraises (3) —
continued. Fraises (3) — continued.
suspended from a mural crown or. Az. three fraises arg. (ist and 4th
Lieut. - Col. Augustus Simon quarters of 2nd grand quarter), the
Frazer (i 8 i
4). latter within a bordure erm. Mac-
Az. three fraises arg. (ist and 4th kenzie of Kilcoy (2nd matric.
quarters), all within a bordure gu. ; 1837).
over all on an escutcheon Hay. Az. three fraises arg. (2nd quarter
Hay of Belton (ist matric. 1824). of 2nd grand quarter for Fraser).
Az. three fraises arg. (ist and 4th Lord Elphinstone (1864).
quarters). Fraser OF Lovat
(1837). Az. three fraises arg. (2nd and 3rd
Az. three fraises arg. (ist and 4th quarters of 2nd grand quarter).
quarters) over all on an escutcheon
;
Forres of Pitsligo (2nd matric.
arg. three shields gu., all within a 1865).
bordure arg. Hay of Linplum Az. three fraises arg. (2nd and 3rd
(1841). quarters [for Fraser] of 2nd grand
Az. three fraises arg. (ist and 4th quarter), in the centre a mullet az.
quarters), all within a bordure in- for difference. Lady Osborne El-
dented or, with a canton erm. phinstone (1870).
Fraser of Hospitalfield (2nd Az. three fraises arg. (2nd and 3rd
matric. 1852). quarters for Fraser). Lord FORBES
Az. three fraises arg. (ist and 4th of Pitsligo.
quarters) over all on an escutcheon
;
Az. three fraises ("or five saltire-
of pretence arg. a key fess-ways, wards ways, according to some ") arg. (2nd
downwards, between three shields gu. and 3rd quarters for Fraser). Earl
fox Hay. Hay of Alderston (1875). of Wigton.
Az. three fraises arg. (ist and 4th Az. three fraises arg. (2nd and 3rd
quarters of ist and 4th grand quarters). FLEMING OF FERME.
quarters) over all on an escutcheon
;
Az. three fraises arg. (2nd and 3rd
arg. three shields gu., in the centre a quarters), in the fess point a mullet
mullet for difference. Hay-Newton for difference. Lieut. -Col. John
of Newton (ist matric. 1773). Fleming.
Az. three fraises arg. (ist and 4th Az. three fraises arg. (2nd and 3rd
quarters of ist
4th grand and quarters), in the fess point a mullet for
quarters), the latter within a bordure difference. Mrs. Marie Fleming,
gu. over the latter on an escutcheon spouse to John Graham, Commissary
Hay. Baird - Hay of Belton Clerk of Dunblane [impaled by
(2nd matric. 1874). Gra/iam].
Az. three fraises arg. (4th quarter Az. three fraises arg., within a
of ist and 4th grand quarters), all bordure quarterly, first and fourth, or
within a bordure or charged with three antique crowns gu., second and
eight crescents az. Mr. Robert third, az. three fraises arg. (2nd and
Gordon of . .
., second son of 3rd quarters). Leslie of Powis.
Gordonstoun. Az. three fraises arg. (2nd and 3rd
Az. three fraises arg. (4th quarter quarters). Mackenzie of Gairloch.
of ist and 4th grand quarters for Az. three fraises arg. (2nd and 3rd
Fraser), all within a bordure or. quarters) over all in the centre of the
;

Gordon of Gordonstoune (1695). shield a wolf's head erased or. MAC-


Az. three fraises arg. (2nd quarter). KENZIE of Seaton (1789).
Murray of Stanhope. Az. three fraises arg. (2nd and 3rd
Az. three fraises arg. (2nd quarter), quarters). FORBES OF Newe (2nd
in the centre of the shield a mullet matric. 1833).
or. Thomas Murray, Captain 48th Az. three fraises arg. (2nd and 3rd
Foot. quarters) over all in the centre of
;

I
114
FRAISES— FRET

Fraises (3) — continued. Fraises (3) — continued.


the shield a wolf's head erased or, all within a bordure nebuly gu. GOR-
within a bordure parted per pale of DON OF INVERGORDON (l75°)-
the last and arg. Colin Mackenzie, Az. three fraises arg. (4th quarter).
W.S. (1873)- John Gordon, South Carolina
Az. three fraises arg. (1st and 4th (1776).
quarters of 2nd and 3rd grand quarters), Az. three fraises arg. (4th quarter),
all within a bordure gu. charged with all within a bordure compony arg.

three mullets arg. LIEUT. - COL. dan az. Captain William Conway
Kenneth Mackenzie (1805). Gordon (1846).
Az. three fraises arg. (1st and 4th Az. three fraises arg. (4th quarter),

quarters of 2nd and 3rd grand quar- all compony arg. and
within a bordure
ters), all within a bordure engrailed az. Captain Alexander Gordon,
quarterly arg. and gu. charged R.E. (1845)-
with three mullets counter-changed. Fraises (5).
Charles Douglas Mackenzie, Ud- Az. five fraises arg. (1st and 4th
ney House, Middlesex (i860).
co. quarters) over all on a shield of pre-
;

Az. three fraises arg. (1st and 4th tence arg. three escutcheons gu.,
quarters of 2nd and 3rd grand quar- within a bordure vert charged with

ters), the latter within a bordure az. unicorns' heads couped and mullets
charged with eight garbs or. MAJOR interchanged of the one and other
Henry Erskine Forbes (1870). arg. Hay of Haystoun.
Az. three fraises arg. (2nd and 3rd Fret.
M'Cul-
quarters of 2nd and 3rd grand quar- Erm. a fret engrailed gu.
ters). Forbes of Pitsligo (1st LOCH OF PlLTON.
matric. 1783). Arg. on a fret of four pieces gu. as
Az. three fraises arg. (2nd and 3rd many hearts or, and in every interstice

quarters of 2nd and 3rd grand a rose of the second, barbed vert, in
quarters), the latter within a bordure chief a crescent az. ROBERT Gaird-
or charged with eight fleurs de lys az. ner (1761).
Brooke Hamilton Gyll of Wyrar- Arg. on a fret gu. between a rose
disbury House, co. Bucks. (1844). in every interstice of the second,
Az. three fraises arg. (4th quarter barbed vert, four hearts or, within a
[for Fraser] of 2nd and 3rd grand bordure az. Robert Gardiner,
quarters for Huntly). JOHN, Earl H.E.I.C.S. (1789)-
of Sutherland. fret of four pieces gu. as
Arg. on a
Az. three fraises arg. (4th quarter many hearts or, and in every interstice
for Fraser). Marquess of Huntly. a rose of the second (2nd and 3rd
Az. three fraises arg. (4th quarter), quarters for Gardiner). George Kin-
all within a bordure indented arg. near, merchant, Edinburgh (18 18).
Gordon of Letterfurie. Az. a fret arg., on a chief or three
Az. three fraises arg. (4th quarter), crescents sa. over all on an escutcheon
;

all within a bordure sa. charged with the arms of Mackenzie of Seaforth.

eight besants. John Gordon, mer- Dame Mary F. E. Hood Mac-


chant in Aberdeen. kenzie of Seaforth 1 (181 5).
Az. three fraises arg. (4th quarter), Erm. a fret engrailed gu. and on
all within a bordure quarterly arg. an escutcheon en surtout az. three

and Gordon of Abergeldie wolves' heads erased arg. M'CUL-


gu.
(1676).
loch of Barholm (18 14).
Az. three fraises arg. (4th quarter), Gu. on a fret of four pieces arg. as
all within a bordure nebuly gu.
GOR- many hearts az., and in every inter-
DON OF DALPHOLLY (1697)- 1
The arms depicted accotee with a lozenge
Az. three fraises arg. (4th quarter), bearing the Seaforth arms.
FRET— GALLEY ii5

Tl&t—continuet /.

Galley continued.
stice a rose of the second. John a book folded purpure. Royal
Gardner, banker, Edinburgh (1783). Burgh of Queensferry.
Gu. on a fret arg. four hearts az., Arg. a galley a chief gu.
and in every interstice a rose of the three pallets or. Keith of Ravels-
second, in chief a crescent or. RICH- ton (1st matric. 1737)-
ARD Gardner, Assistant Comptroller- Arg. in the sea ppr. an ancient
General of the Customs (1784). galley with two masts, sails furled, sa.,
Sa. a fret arg. (2nd and 3rd flagged gu., seated therein the Virgin
quarters). Harington Stuart of Mary with the infant Saviour in her
Torrance, Lanark (1879).
co. arms and a cloud resting over their
Gu. a fret or (1st and 4th quarters heads, all ppr. Burgh OF LEITH
of 2nd and 3rd grand quarters). (1889).
William Henry Montgomery Arg. in a sea ppr. an ancient galley
(i860). sa., flagged gu., therein two men ppr.,

Pretty. one rowing, the other furling the sail.


Erm. fretty gu., a bordure engrailed Royal Burgh of Rutherglen
of the second. M'Culloch of (1889).
Drummoral. Arg. a galley, oars in saltire, sa., in
Erm. fretty gu., a bordure indented the sinister chief point a martlet volant
of the second. M'Culloch of of the second with a small chain about
Muil. its neck az., to which is appended a
Erm. fretty gu. M'CULLOCH OF plain cross gu. (1st and 4th quarters).
Myrtoune. Whyte of Stockbrigs (1754).
Furisons (3). Arg. a galley, oars in action and
Or, three furisons az. Steel OF sails furled, sa., a flame of fire on the
Carfin (1866). masthead ppr. between an eagle's
Fusil. head erased of the last in the dexter
Arg. a fusil fess-ways between three and a cross crosslet fitchee gu. in the
mullets az. INNES OF LlGHNET sinister chief points (1st and 4th

(1693). quarters for Macvicar). AFFLECK OF


Fusils (5). Edinghame (1777).
Az. fivefusils in fess or (2nd and Arg. a galley with her sails furled
3rd quarters of 4th grand quarter for up sa. (2nd and 3rd quarters of 1st
Percy). Duke OF Athole (1865). and 4th grand quarters). Hamilton
of Baldon (1733).
Gable. Arg. a galley sa. (2nd and 3rd
Az. a gable end of a gothic church quarters of 1st and 4th grand quarters)
with a cross at the top and a gothic within a bordure gu. David Steuart
leaded window arg. (2nd quarter), all Moncreiffe (1768).
within a bordure embattled gu. Max- Arg. a galley, sails furled, oars in
well OF CARDONESS (1805). action, sa. (3rd quarter of 1st and 4th
Galley. grand quarters). Campbell M'Iver
Arg. a galley, oars in saltire, sa. OF Asknish (1st matric. 1769).
within a bordure wavy az. . . .
Arg. a galley, oars in action and
Donaldson, Brechin. flagged sa. (3rd quarter of 1st and 4th

Arg. in the sea az. a galley, sails grand quarters). Maciver Campbell
trussed up, sa., on the middle part of Asknish (2nd matric. 1853).
thereof Queen Margaret of Scotland Arg. a galley, oars in action, sa. (3rd
standing richly apparelled and crowned quarter of 1st and 4th grand quarters),
ppr., holding in her dexter hand a all within a bordure arg. The Rev.
sceptre ensigned with a fleur de lys or, Peter Colin Campbell, Professor
and in her sinister, lying on her breast, in Aberdeen (1st matric. 1854)
—the
n6 GALLEY

Galley — continued. Galley — continued.


same arms without the bordure. Arg. a galley, oars in action, sa., sur-
Principal Campbell, Aberdeen (2nd mounted in the middle fess point of a
matric. 1867). boar's head erased or (2nd quarter),
Arg. a galley, oars in action, sa. (3rd within a bordure erm. Col. Neil
quarter of 1st and 4th grand quarters). Campbell (18 14).
M'Iver Campbell of Asknish Arg. a galley, oars in action, sa.
(3rd matric. 1881, 4th do. 1884). (2nd quarter). Lieut. - Gen. Sir
Arg. a galley, oars in saltire, sa. (4th Alexander Campbell, Bart. (1st
quarter of 1st and 4th grand quarters), matric. 181 5).
the latter within a bordure engrailed Arg. a galley, oars in action, sa.
arg. charged with six crescents gu. (2nd quarter); over the quarters a sil-
Alexander Campbell, Peru (1762). ver medal and gold cross pendant from
Arg. a galley sa. (2nd quarter). a ribbon with clasps. SIR COLIN
Campbell of Glenurquhie. Campbell, K.C.B. (18 16).
Arg. a galley, oars in action, sa. (2nd Arg. a galley, oars in action, sa.
quarter), all within a bordure az. (2nd quarter); above the quarters on a
Alexander Campbell, M.D. chief arg. the representation of a rock
" Gibraltar " between
Arg. a galley sa. (2nd quarter) over ; superinscribed
all a man's heart gu., crowned or. two medals. Sir Alexander Camp-
Campbell of Glenlyon. bell, Bart., K.C.B. (2nd matric. 1 8 1 7).
Arg. a galley (2nd quarter), in
sa. Arg. a galley, sails furled, oars in
the centre of the shield a hunting-horn action, sa. (2nd quarter), all within a
sa., garnished gu. CAMPBELL OF bordure az. charged with eight annu-
Glenfalloch. lets or. Robert Campbell, mer-
Arg. a galley sa. (2nd quarter), all chant, Sydney (1837).
within a bordure gu. Alexander Arg. a galley, oars in action, flags
Campbell, third son of Glenur- and pennons flying, sa. (2nd quarter).
quhie. Earl of Breadalbane (1868).
Arg. a galley sa. (2nd quarter), all Arg. a galley, oars in action (2nd
within a bordure invected sa. Dun- and 3rd quarters). Earl of Argvle.
can Campbell, eldest son of Mon- Arg. a galley with her sails trussed
chaster. up sa. (2nd and 3rd quarters). Duke
Arg. a galley sa. (2nd quarter). of Hamilton.
Campbell of Monzie. Arg. a galley sa. (2nd and 3rd quar-
Arg. a galley, oars in action, sa. (2nd ters). Campbell of Blythswood
quarter). Campbell of Loch- (1st matric.)
dochart. Arg. a galley, oars in action, sa.

Arg. a galley, oars in action, sa. (2nd and 3rd quarters), all within a
(2nd quarter), all within a bordure bordure counter hermines (ermines).
erm. CAMPBELL OF ABERUCHIL Stewart of Balcaskie.
(3rd matric. 1703). Arg. a galley, oars in action, sa.

Arg. a galley, oars in action, sa. (2nd and 3rd quarters), all within a
(2nd quarter), all within a bordure az. bordure az. charged with eight buckles
Dr. Alexander Campbell (1737). or. Stewart of Grantully (1st
Arg. a galley, oars in action, sa. (2nd matric.)
quarter), all within a bordure vair. Arg. a galley sa. (2nd and 3rd
Campbell of Barcaldine (1755). quarters), all within a bordure en-
Arg. a galley, sails furled and oars in grailed gu. William Stewart,
action, sa. (2nd quarter) over all the
;
Remembrancer of the Exchequer.
arms of the Scots African and Indian Arg. a galley, oars in action, sa.
Company, q.v. Campbell of Finab (2nd and 3rd quarters), all within a
(1772). bordure embattled az. charged with
GALLEY 117

Galley — continued. Galley —contin ued.

eight buckles or. W. CHARLES engrailed gu. Archibald Camp-


Stewart, major in Hacket's Regi- bell, W.S.
ment of Scots Dutch (1740). Arg. a galley sa. (3rd quarter), all
Arg. a galley, sails trussed up and within a bordure erm. Campbell of
oars in action, sa. (2nd and 3rd Aberuchill (2nd matric. 1694).

quarters). Stewart of Ardsheal Arg. a galley sa. (3rd quarter).


(1st matric. 1772, 2nd do. 1880). Campbell of Calder (2nd matric.
Arg. a galley sa., sails furled, 1722).
flags and pinnets flying and oars in Arg. a galley sa., sails furled and
action, bruised with a baton sinister streamers flying, on the sea ppr. (3rd
couped gu. (2nd and 3rd quarters), all quarter). M'LACHLAN of Kil-
within a bordure compony arg. and CHOAN (1758).
az. Col. William Campbell (1763). Arg. a galley, oars in saltire, sails

Arg. a galley sa. (2nd and 3rd furled, sa. (3rd quarter). Macdonald
quarters). Campbell of Blyths- of Largie (1765).
wood (2nd matric. 1880). Arg. a galley, sails furled and oars in

Arg. a galley sa. (2nd and 3rd action, sa. (3rd quarter). Campbell
quarters of 2nd and 3rd grand HOOKE OF BANGESTON (1772).
quarters), the latter within a bordure Arg. a galley, oars in saltire, sails
compony arg. and az. charged with fuiled, sa., flagged gu. (3rd quarter).
hearts gu. and mullets arg. Buchan M'Lean of Coll (1803).
OF AUCHMACOY (1830). Arg. a galley sa., oars in action
Arg. a galley sa. (2nd and 3rd (3rd quarter), all within a bordure
quarters of 2nd and 3rd grand quarterly or and sa. Campbell of
quarters). Campbell Swinton of Barcaldine (1st matric. 1808, 2nd
KlMMERGHAME (1850). do. 18 1
7).
Arg. a galley sa. (2nd and 3rd Arg. a galley sa., oars in action
quarters of 2nd and 3rd grand (3rd quarter). Campbell of Loch-
quarters), the latter within a bordure nell (2nd matric. 1808).
compony arg. and az., the first charged Arg. a galley sa., oars in action
with hearts gu. and the second with (3rd quarter), all within a bordure gu.
mullets arg. Hamilton Dalrymple charged with eight crescents arg.
of North Berwick (1889). Campbell of Ardchattan (18 18).
Arg. a galley, oars in saltire, sa., Alexander Campbell of Gat-
flagged gu. (3rd quarter of 2nd and combe, Isle of Wight (18 1 8).
3rd grand quarters). Lockhart OF Arg. a galley, sails furled, oars in
LEE (2nd matric. 1806). action, sa. (2nd and 3rd quarters of
Arg. a galley, oars in action, sa. (3rd 3rd gr. q.) Moir of Leckie (1796).
quarter of 2nd and 3rd grand quarters). Arg. a galley, sails furled, sa.,
Pentland of that Ilk (181 i). flagged gu. (2nd and 3rd quarters of
Arg. a galley, oars in action, sa. (3rd 3rd grand quarter). Earl of Sel-
quarter). Campbell of Cawdor kirk (1799).
(1st matric.) Arg. a galley sa. (2nd and 3rd quar-
Arg. a galley, her oars in action, ters of 3rd grand quarter), all within
sa. (3rd quarter). Campbell of a bordure erm. Campbell Douglas
Lochnell (1st matric.) of Douglas Support (1871).
Arg. a galley, oars in action, sa. Arg. a galley, oars in action, sa.,
(3rd quarter), all within a bordure fire issuing from the top of the mast
engrailed or. John Campbell of ppr. and surmounted of an eagle
Moy, Sheriff Depute of Argyle. displayed gu. (4th quarter). Colin
Arg. a galley, oars in action, sa. MacLarty, M.D., Provost of Camp-
(3rd quarter), all within a bordure beltown (18 19).
uS GALLEY

Galley — continued. —
Galley co7itimied.
Arg. a galley without sails sa., oars two heads displayed, with a dolphin
in saltire (4th quarter), all within a naiant in base undy ppr., all within
bordure az. (arg. ?) charged with four a bordure az. charged with eight
crescents gu. Colin Campbell, Robert Donaldson
London ("now — 1720 — of Moy ").
quatrefoils arg.
of . . .

Arg. a galley, oars in action, sa. Or, a galley, oars in action, sa. in
(2nd and 3rd quarters of 4th grand the sea ppr. Maclauchlan of
quarter), the latter within a bor- that Ilk.
dure az. charged with eight buckles Or, a galley, oars in saltire, between
or. Stewart Fothringham of two billets sa., in the canton (sinister
Powrie, co. Forfar (1890). chief point ?) a dexter arm issuing in
Az. in the sea a galley, oars in bend grasping a man's heart proper.
action, arg., and therein standing the Alexander Toash, merchant, Aber-
figure of St. Adrian with long garments deen.
close-girt and mitred ppr., holding in Or, a galley, oars in action, sa.,
his sinister hand a crosier or, on the flagged gu., surmounted of a bend az.
stern a flag disveloped arg. charged charged with a mullet between two
with the Royal Arms of Scotland with crescents arg. Scott of Kelly
these words "Deo duce." Royal (1863).
Burgh of Pittenweem. Or, a galley, oars in saltire, sa.
Az. a galley, sail bent, or, flagged (2nd and 3rd quarters). Stewart
arg., within a bordure erminois, on a of Fongorth.
chief of the third two shepherds' Or, a galley, oars in saltire, sa.
crooks in saltire, sa. between a (3rd quarter of 2nd and 3rd grand
dexter hand couped fess-ways hold- quarters).Macgregor, alias Mur-
ing a dagger in pale and a cross ray of Napier Ruskie (1797).
crosslet fitchee gu. in the dexter and Or, a galley sa. moored in front of
sinister chief points. Maclaurin Fingal's Cave, off the cliff of the Isle of
Gillies, Jamaica (1800). Staffa, issuing from the dexter side
Az. a galley, sails furled, oars in and in the sea undy vert in base a
ppr.,
action, or, flagged gu., within a bordure salmon naiant arg. (3rd quarter of 2nd
arg., on a chief of the second a buck's and 3rd grand quarters). Reginald
head cabossed sa., attired of the third, Macdonald Steuart (18 13).
between two cross crosslets fitchee of Or, a galley, oars in saltire, sa.
the last. William Macgillivray, (3rd quarter), all within a bordure
Montreal (1801). quarterly gu. and arg. Mr. Philip
Az. a galley under sail, flags and Macdonald Bowie, Minister at the
pennons flying, arg., on a chief of the Hague.
last two mullets gu. John Bald, Or, a galley, mast and tackling sa.
co. Roxburgh (1866). (3rd quarter). Alexander Far-
galley arg., on a shield or
Az. a quharson of Invercauld.
pendant from the yard a fess chequy Or, a galley, mast and tackling sa.
az. and arg. County of Renfrew (3rd quarter), in the fess point a cres-
(1889). cent gu. Farquhar of Monzie.
Or, a galley sa., flagged gu., the Or, a galley, oars in saltire, sa., and
tackling surmounted of an eagle with in base undy vert a salmon naiant
two heads displayed ppr., all within a arg. (3rd quarter). Macdonald of
bordure az. charged with eight pills of Moidart.
the first. . . .
Donaldson, M.D., Or, a galley, oars in action, sa.,
Paris. flagged gu. (3rd quarter), all within a
Or, a galley (sa.) flagged gu., the bordure gu. Sir John Macdonald,
tackling surmounted of an eagle with g.c.b.
GALLEY— GARB 119

Galley — continued. Galley— continued.


Or, in the sea ppr. a galley, oars flagged gu. (3rd quarter), all within a
in saltire, sa. (3rd quarter). Ronald bordure gu. charged with three antique
(Macdonald), Marquess of An- crowns or. G. G. Foote Macdonald
trim. (1850).
Or, a galley, oars in saltire, gu., on Or, a galley, oars in action, sa.,
a chief of the second three mullets of flagged gu. (3rd quarter), all within a
the field (3rd quarter). M'NEIL OF bordure gu. charged with two eastern
Tearfargus. crowns in fess and as many mullets in
Or, a galley sa. (3rd quarter). pale or. Sir George Maclean,
Maclkod OF CADBOLL (1st matric. K.C.B. (1856).
. .
.,
2nd do. 1784). Or, a galley, oars in saltire, gu.,
(or) a galley, oars in saltire, sa. on a chief of the second three mullets
(3rd quarter), all within a bordure of the first (3rd quarter), all within
gu. William Mackinnon, Antigua a bordure erm. Lord Colonsay
(patent 1726, recorded 18 10). (1867).
Or, a galley sa., sails furled (3rd Or, a galley sa. (3rd quarter).
quarter). M'NEIL OF BARRA (ist Macdonald of Craig-na-Gower
matric. 1806). (1375)-
Or, a galley, oars in saltire, sa., in Or, a galley, oars in action, flags
the base undy vert a salmon naiant flying, sa. (3rd quarter)on a ;
over all

arg. (3rd quarter). MACDONALD of fess an eagle's head couped arg.,


sa.

Clanranald (18 10). beaked gu., between two sprigs of


Or, a galley sa., oars in saltire maple slipped or. William Stone
(3rd quarter). William Alexander Macdonald, Blinkbonny, Canada
Mackinnon, Albany House, co. (1886).
Middlesex (181 1). Or, a galley, oars in saltire, sa.,

Or, a galley, oars in saltire, sa., flagged gu. (3rd quarter). MAC-
flagged gu. (3rd quarter) over all on ;
KINTOSH OF Kyllachy (1886).
a chief gu. a gold cross between the Or, a galley, oars in saltire, sa.,
badge of the Portuguese Military flagged gu. (3rd quarter), all within a
Order of the Tower and Sword on the bordure indented or. Mackinnon
dexter, and that of the Ottoman of Strathaird, co. Argyle (1889).
Order of the Crescent on the sinister. Or, a galley, oars in saltire, sa
Col. John Maclean (18 14). (4th quarter). William M'Bean,
Or, a galley sa., oars in action Inverness.
(3rd quarter). Lieut. -Gen. Sir Or, a galley, oars in saltire, sa.
John Macdonald, K.C.B. (18 18). (4th quarter), all within a bordure gu.
Or, a galley sa., sails furled (3rd charged with eight annulets or.
quarter). M'Neill OF Barra (2nd Mackintosh of Aberarder.
matric. 1824). Or, a galley sa. (4th quarter).
Or, a galley, oars in saltire, gu., on Mackintosh of that Ilk.
a chief of the last three mullets of Garb.
the field (3rd quarter), all within a Arg. a garb ppr. between three
bordure gu. Sir John M'Neill, bulls' heads erased sa., armed vert.
C.B. (1840). Turnbull of Currie.
Or, a galley, oars in action, sa., Arg. a garb az. banded or, between
flagged gu. (3rd quarter), all within a three lions' heads erased sa., within
bordure az. charged with two mascles a bordure crenelle of the second. Col.
in chief arg. and a boar's head erased John Buchan.
in base or. Macdonald OF St. Arg. a garb az. banded or between
Martins (1849). three lions' heads erased sa., on a
Or, a galley, oars in action, sa., chief erm. a lion rampant gu. (1st and
120 GARB— GARBS
Garb — co7itimied. Garbs (3)
— continued.
4th quarters). FORDYCE - Buchan Az. three garbs or (2nd quarter of
of Kelloe (1856). 1st grand quarter), the latter within
Az. a garb or banded of the first Constable-Maxwell-
a bordure gu.
between three thistles of the second. Stuart of Traquair (1876).
Alexander Bayne, Sheriff Clerk of Az. three garbs or banded gu.
Fife. (2nd and 3rd quarters of 1st and
Az. a garb or banded of the first 4th grand quarters), the latter within
between three thistles, within a bordure a bordure indented gu. Rev. Roger
of the second. John Bain, Sheriff ROWSON LlNGARD GUTHRIE (1871).
Clerk of Berwick. Az. three garbs or (2nd and 3rd
Az. a garb or banded of the first quarters of 1st and 4th grand
between three thistles of the second, quarters) over all on an escutcheon
;

within a bordure argent. John of pretence Cuninghame ofBandalloch.


Bayne (1794). Stewart Robertson of Edrady-
Az. a garb or (2nd and 3rd quarters). nate (1885).
Guthrie of Guthrie (1779). Az. three garbs or (2nd quarter).
Gu. a garb or, on a chief arg. a Earl of Traquair.
ship in full sail on a sea ppr. JOPP Az. three garbs or (2nd quarter).
of Cotton (1796). Muir of Cassencary (i 773).
Gu. a garb or, on a chief arg. a Az. three garbs within a bordure
lion's head erased gu. William or (2nd quarter for Cicmming oj
M'Ewan, M.P., Edinburgh (1886). Birncss). Skene of Pitlurg (1834).
Garbs (2).
Az. three garbs or (2nd quarter).
Az. two garbs in chief and a cres- Lady Louisa Stuart (1863).
cent in base or (2nd and 3rd quarters Az. three garbs or (2nd and 3rd
for Craigmyle), all within a bordure quarters). Guthrie of King
parted per pale vert and arg. GEORGE Edward.
Burnett, Lyon Depute (1st matric. Az. three garbs or (2nd and 3rd
quarters), all within a bordure indented
1863).
Az. two garbs in chief and a cres- arg. Thomas Guthrie, Provost of
cent in base or (2nd and 3rd quarters), Forfar.
a mullet sa. in the centre for differ- Az. three garbs or (2nd and 3rd
ence. George Burnett, Lyon quarters),all within a bordure en-
King of Arms (2nd matric. 1870) [im- grailed gu. Guthrie of Carsbank.
paled by Lyon Office]. Az. three garbs or (2nd and 3rd
Garbs (3). quarters). MURE OF Rowallan.
Az. three garbs or. Cumming of Az. three garbs or (2nd and 3rd
ALTYRE (1st matric.) quarters), all within a bordure quar-
Az. three garbs within a bordure terly az. and or. Seton of
or. Cumming of Culter. Garleton.
Az. three garbs or (1st quarter). Az. three garbs or (2nd and 3rd
County of Aberdeen (1890). quarters),all within a bordure arg.

Az. three garbs or (1st and 4th Stewart of Ladywall.


quarters) over all on an escutcheon
;
Az. three garbs or (2nd and 3rd
the arms of Gordon of Gordon. quarters). Stewart of Straebrock.
Cumming Gordon of Altyre Az. three garbs or (2nd and 3rd
all within a bordure arg.
(2nd matric. 1795 ?) quarters),
garbs or (2nd and 3rd
Az. three charged with six wolves' heads erased
quarters), all within a bordure arg. gu., over all a lion rampant gu.
charged with three wolves' heads erased James Stewart, merchant, Dundee.
gu. Charles Stewart, barrister- Az. three garbs or banded gu.
at-law (1879). (2nd and 3rd quarters), all within a
GARBS— GILLYFLOWERS 121

Garbs (3)
— continued. —
Garland, Laurel continued.
bordure wavy gu. GUTHRIE OF Arg. a garland of laurel vert be-
Craigie (1772). tween three pheons gu. CONQUEROR
Az. three garbs or (2nd and 3rd OF Friartoun.
quarters). Harry Guthrie, W.S. Az. a garland of laurel between two
(1775)- slips of the same ppr. issuing out of
Az. three garbs or (2nd and 3rd a cup arg., in the dexter and sinister
quarters). Cumming-Bruceof ROSE- chief points two cross crosslets fitchee
isle (1874). or. Laurie of Polmont (1774).
Az. three garbs or (2nd quarter of Geds — see Fish, Pikes.
2nd and 3rd grand quarters). LlEUT.- Gillyflower.
Col. W. Stewart Balfour (1837). Gu. a gillyflower stalked and leaved
Az. three garbs or (3rd quarter of six ppr. between three cinquefoils erm.
quarters). Richardson of Pitfour within a bordure or. Hamilton OF
(2nd matric. 1826, 3rd do. 1837). Silvertonhill (1790).
Az. three garbs or (3rd quarter of Gillyflowers (2).
six quarters). MAJOR J. ALSTON Arg. two gillyflowers in chief and
Stewart (1830). an escallop in base within a bordure
Az. three garbs or (3rd quarter) ; indented gu. LIVINGSTONE OF Bal-
over all on an escutcheon arg. a shake- ROWNIE.
fork between a bugle in chief and two Arg. two gillyflowers in chief and an
castles in Cunningham
base sa. escallop in base within a bordure
Fairlie of Robertland (1837). engrailed gu. William Livingstone,
Az. three garbs or (3rd and 4th Aberdeen.
quarters). Guthrie of Mount Gillyflowers (3).
(1st matric. 1856, 2nd do. i860). Arg. three gillyflowers slipped gu.
Az. three garbs or (1st and 4th within a double tressure flory counter-
quarters of 3rd grand quarter). Mac- flory vert. Viscount KlLSYTH.
kenzie OF KlLCOY (2nd matric. Arg. three gillyflowers gu. within a
1837). double tressure flory counter-flory vert
Az. three garbs or (1st and 4th (1st and 4th quarters for Livingstone);
quarters of 3rd grand quarter for over all on an escutcheon of pretence

Erskinc, Earl of Buchari). Burton- az. an oak tree or, within a bordure
Mackenzie of Kilcoy, co. Ross arg. charged with eight gillyflowers
(3rd matric. 1887). gu. Earl of Linlithgow.
Az. three garbs or (2nd and 3rd Arg. three gillyflowers eradicated gu.
quarters of 3rd grand quarter for within a double tressure flory counter-
Gumming). Lord Cardross. flory vert (1st and 4th quarters for
Vert, three garbs or. David Dun- Livingstone). Earl of Callander.
mure, advocate. Arg. three gillyflowers gu. within a
Vert, three garbs or banded sa. double tressure flory counter-flory vert
Mrs. Jane Dunsmure, on behalf of (1st and 4th quarters), all within a
James Dunsmure (1867). bordure quarterly or and gu. LIVING-
Vert, three garbs or banded sa. STON of Westquarter (1st matric.
within a bordure arg. James Duns- i673)-
mure, M.D. (1867). Arg. three gillyflowers gu. within a
Vert, three garbs or banded sa. double tressure flory counter-flory vert
within a bordure or. Alexander (1st and 4th quarters), all within a
Dunsmure, Leith (1867). bordure quarterly or and gu. Fenton
banded gu. (1st
Vert, three garbs or Livingstone of Westquarter
and 4th quarters). DUNMORE OF (2nd matric. 1854).
Kelvinside (1770). Arg. three gillyflowers gu. within a

Garland, Laurel see also Chaplet. double tressure flory counter-flory vert
122 GILLYFLOWERS— GRIFFIN

Gillyflowers (3) continued. — Greyhounds (2)


— continued.
(ist and 4th quarters of 3rd grand de lys, two in chief and one in base or,
quarter), the latter charged with a a crescent for difference. Udnie of
crescent gu., and within a bordure Auchterellon.
compony gu. and arg. Callander Gu. two greyhounds counter-salient
of Craigforth (1875). arg. collared of the field, in the honour
Goats (3). point a stag's head couped, attired with
Gu. three goats passant arg., attired ten tynes, all between three fleurs de
and unguled or. Stamfield (Stan- lys, two in chief and one in base or,
field) of Newmilns. a martlet for difference. Arthur
Goshawk. Udnie.
Gu. a goshawk or standing on the Gu. two greyhounds counter-salient
back of a hare courant arg. James arg. collared of the first, in the honour
Danskine, Stirling (1766). point a stag's head couped, attired
Guttes de Sang (3). with ten tynes, all between three fleurs
Arg. three guttes de sang ppr. de lys, two in chief and one in base or,
(2nd and 3rd quarters). Sir James a mullet for difference. Udney of
Turner. Cultercallen.
Arg. three guttes de sang ppr. (2nd Vert, two greyhounds courant in
and 3rd quarters), a crescent for pale arg., on a chief engrailed of
difference. Mr. Archibald Turner, the last a boar's head erased sa.
one of the ministers of Edinburgh. between two hunting-horns of the
Greyhound. first stringed gu. HUNTER OF
Or, a greyhound bitch sa. chained St. Lucar (1775).
to an oak tree within a loch ppr. Greyhounds (3).
Royal Burgh of Linlithgow Vert, three greyhounds courant arg.
(reverse). collared or, on a chief engrailed of the
Vert, a greyhound salient between second as many hunting-horns of the
three hunting-horns arg., garnished first, garnished gu. Hunter of Res-
gu. William Corstorphine, por- TENNET.
tioner of Kings Barns (1676). Vert, three greyhounds in pale in
Greyhounds (2). full speed arg. collared gu., within a
Arg. two greyhounds courant fess- bordure or, on a chief wavy of the
ways with a hunting-horn in chief sa., second a fleur de lys az. between two
stringed and garnished gu., all within hunting-horns of the field, stringed of
a bordure of the third. David Scow- the third and viroled of the fourth.
GALL, writer, Edinburgh. Hunter of Glencarse (1792).
Gu. two greyhounds counter-salient Vert, three dogs of chase courant
arg. collared of the field, in the honour arg. collared or, on a chief wavy of
point a stag's head couped and attired the second three hunting-horns of the
with ten tynes, 1 all between three fleurs first
stringed gu. Major CHARLES
de lys, two in chief and one in base or. Fleeming Hunter (1881).
Udnie of that Ilk. Griffin.
Gu. two greyhounds counter-salient Arg. a griffin rampant ppr. armed
arg. collared of the field, in the honour and langued gu., in chief two mullets
point a stag's head couped and attired az. Knight of Jordanston (1772).
with ten tynes, all between three fleurs rampant or (4th quar-
Az. a griffin
ter). DlROM OF CRICHIE (1769).
1
The original patent of date 1662 was pro- Gu. a griffin salient arg., in the
duced circa 1741, and arms were again registered dexter chief point a tower or. Lauder
in its terms, by which the stag's head (cabossed) of Newington.
is the main charge and the greyhounds are in
the honour point. The arms were for a third Gu. a griffin salient arg. with a
time registered in 1789. crowned heart upon his breast ppr.,
GRIFFIN— GYRONNY 123

Griffin — continued. Gyronny — contittued.


within a double tressure flory counter- with eight crescents of the second.
flory of the second. ROBERT Lauder, Campbell of Schawfield and
portioner of Belhaven and West Barns. Skipnes (1st matric. 1730, 2nd do.
Gu. a griffin salient within a bor- 1777).
dure arg. Lauder of Fountain- Gyronny of eight or and sa. within
hall (1699). a bordure engrailed az. charged with
Gu. a griffin salient arg. within a eight buckles of the first. Campbell
bordure of the last charged with four of Park (1772).
hearts, ensigned with imperial crowns Gyronny of eight or and sa., the
ppr. and as many crescents gu. firstcharged with four crescents of the
Lauder of Winepark (1745). second, within a bordure engrailed
Or, a griffin passant az., on a chief az. charged with eight buckles of the
erm. two chess rooks gu. Captain first. Mungo Campbell, planter,
J. M. Shortt, H.E.I.C.S. (1843). Grenada (1772).
Vert, a griffin segreant or, on a chief Gyronny of eight or and sa., in the
of the last a crescent sa. Joshua dexter chief point a boar's head erased
Heywood Collins of Kelvindale, of the second, and in the sinister base
co. Lanark (1888). point a salmon naiant az. Campbell
Vert, a griffin segreant arg., on a of Glenfeochan (1789).
chief of the second a stag's head ca- Gyronny of eight or and sa., in chief
bossed between two fountains ppr. a mullet counterchanged, within a
-

Robert Lauder, West Hartlepool bordure embattled az. charged with


(1892). eight buckles of the first. Campbell
Grove. of Possil (1809).
Arg. on a mount in base a grove Gyronny of eight or and sa. within
ppr. Walkinshaw of that Ilk. a bordure compony erm. and vert, in
Arg. on a mount in base a grove the fess point a gold cross pendant
ppr., a mullet in the middle chief for from a ribbon gu., fringed az.; on a
difference. WALKINSHAW of Bar- chief a representation of the Castle
ROWFIELD. of Badajos ppr., standing on a
Arg. on a mount vert a grove of fir mount vert inscribed with the word
trees ppr., on a chief gu. three mullets " "
Badajos in gold on a canton or
;

of the field. William Walkinshaw, an elephant ppr., and over it the word
London (1864). "Argaum." Col. James Campbell,
Gyronny. C.B. (1816).
Gyronny of eight or and sa. within Gyronny of eight or and sa. within
a bordure embattled vert. Campbell a bordure embattled vert charged
OF Aberuchill (1st matric.) with three elephants' heads erased
Gyronny of eight or and sa. within arg. Mrs. Deans Campbell of
a bordure engrailed gu. charged with Culraith (1835).
eight escallops of the first. Campbell Gyronny of eight or and sa. within
of Glasnock. a bordure engrailed az. on a canton
;

Gyronny of eight engrailed or and sa. arg. a galley, oars in action, sa., and
Campbell of Succoth (1st matric.) on a chief of the fourth three hunting-
Gyronny of eight or and sa., each horns of the second, viroled of the
gyron charged with a trefoil slipped first and stringed gu. Campbell of
counter-changed of the same, within a Stracathro (1st matric. 1859).
bordure wavy of the second. Daniel Gyronny of eight or and sa., and in
Campbell, merchant in Ostend chief a mullet counter-changed of the
(1693). field, within a bordure embattled vert
Gyronny of eight or and sa. within charged with eight buckles of the first.

a bordure engrailed of the first charged Campbell of Colgrain (1861).


124 GYRONNV

Gyronny — continued. Gyronny — continued.


Gyronny of eight or and sa., in the or. Campbell of Hallyards
fess point a heart gu. ensigned with