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Burke's Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Landed Gentry, Volumes 1-4
No preview available - 1977
1st and 4th 28 April 2nd dau 2ndly 3rd dau Abbey Alexander Anne April army barrister-at-law Bart brother Burton Campbell Caroline Castle Catherine Charles Charlotte chevron co-heir co-heiress Cork Court cousin Crest—A decease Derby descended Devon Dorset Dublin dying Earl Edward elder eldest dau Eliza Elizabeth engrailed erased Essex father four daus Frances Galway George grandson Hall Harriet heir heiress Henry Hereford high sheriff Hill holy orders House James Jane Joseph July June Kent King's County lady Lancaster leaving issue left issue lieut Lieut.-Col Limerick lion Lord Louisa Manor March Margaret Maria Mary Mary-Anne Meath militia Norfolk Northumberland Park rector regt Richard Robert royal Salop Samuel Sarah Sept Sir John Sir William sister Somerset successor Surrey surviving Sussex three daus three sons Tipperary vert vicar Wexford widow York youngest dau
Page ii - ... communications from those most competent to improve and correct the work. Apocryphal statements, which had crept into former editions, have been expunged, erroneous particulars and incorrect descents discovered and omitted, and some memoirs excluded as being no longer associated with the possession of landed property. In two volumes, uniform with " The Peerage," " General Armory,
Page 320 - Or within a bordure of the last charged with eight roses of the first...
Page 123 - Monday, and the windiest day that had before happened for 20 years, he paid his last debt to nature, being then' tormented with the strangury, and much anxiety of spirit. At which time, as the then vulgar talk was, the devil came to take away Oliv.
Page 238 - Crests — 1st. A dexter cubit arm in armour, the hand in a gauntlet grasping a broken sword, in bend sinister ppr.
Page 202 - POLKEMMET, ONE OF THE SENATORS OF THE COLLEGE OF JUSTICE IN SCOTLAND.
Page 117 - The sun in glory, charged on the centre with an eye, issuing tears, all proper.
Page 27 - Armstrong, and assigned him for crest " an armed hand and arm, in the hand a leg and foot in armour, couped at the thigh, all ppr.
Page 261 - Barbadoes, 1827] ar. on a mount vert, in base, an otter ppr. ; a chief gu. charged with a dove of the field, betw.