The FOUNDLING HOSPITAL in London has for its insignia:
Per fesse azure and vert; in chief a crescent argent between two mullets of six points or; in base an infant exposed and stretching out its arms for help proper.
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Vair, a fesse gules, fretty argent.
Monsire de HILTON de Haderness, port d'argent, a trois chepeletts de roses vermaux--Ibid.
[Chaplets of roses are also borne by the families of SAXTON; DEAN; FAULDER; GREYSTOCK; FITZRALPH; LASCELLES, and others.]
Argent, on a chevron sable, between three chaplets of flowers gules, another chevron ermine--BOROUGH.
Argent, a lion rampant azure, holding in his dexter paw a chaplet of laurel vert, in chief a scroll sable, thereon the word "Emmanuel" or--EMMANUEL COLL., Cambridge.
Or, two bars azure, on a canton argent a chaplet of laurel proper--HOLME.
Argent, a garland of laurel vert, between three pheons gules--CONQUEROR, Frierton.
[Chaplets of laurels are also borne by the families of PELLEW; KEATS, Dover; NIGHTINGALL, Norfolk.]
Rarer instances occur of chaplets of holly, or of hazel, or of brambles, while the single instance of the chaplet of rue is a name sometimes given to the of rue(q.v.) which occurs in the arms given by Frederick of Barbarossa to the Duke of SAXONY.
Argent, a fesse engrailed humetty sable, between three chaplets of holly leaves proper--Nicholas BUBBEWYTH, Bp.
were Or, a cross patonce gules.
: Names are substantially different if changes in sound and appearance affect at least two syllables (including adding, removing, or reordering them). If the changes only affect adjacent letters or sounds, they must affect more than two letters or sounds to be considered under this allowance. Change in spacing is a change in appearance, but is not considered a change in sound. Changes to any part of the name count, including articles and prepositions.
Clues are grouped by light length; 3-letter words are unclued.
Letters in outermost circle, obtained from those in adjoining circle by moving them one place forwards or backwards in the alphabet, spell ''CHARGE, CHEST
Gules, a cross engrailed argent--NORLEY[afterwards taken by LEGH.] 3.
quintefeuille) or quintefoil: a bearing of conventional form, having five leaves, as the name implies, and, as a rule, with the centre pierced.
Gules, a cinquefoil pierced ermine--Town of LEICESTER.
Robert QUENCY de goules ung quintefueile de hermyne--Roll, temp.
Azure] a chevron between three cross crosslets[?
Sable, three mortars argent, in each a pestle or--WAKERLEY.
Azure, a fesse between three mortars or--WAKERLEY.
Gules, billetty and three ringed mortars argent--GOTER.
(so spelt, but qy.
The letters in the squares form a 6 x 6 word
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piéces, a chastelez d'or en une bend gules--Roll, temp.
Or, a cinquefoil gules--VERNON.
Or, three cinquefoils gules--DYKE.
Gules, a cinquefoil or--ALLIN.
Azure, a cinquefoil ermine pierced of the field--ASHLEY.
Argent, a cinquefoil azure--MOTON or MUTTON.
Argent, three cinquefoils gules--DARELL.
Argent, two bars gules, in chief three cinquefoils of the second--STOKWITH.
: a solitary instance of the leaves of this tree, which is a native of Ceylon, occurs as follows.
On, a chevron gules, between in chief two cinnamon leaves erased vert, and in base a negro girt with white linen striped blue, carrying on a bamboo yoke two bundles of cinnamon proper, three cinnamon leaves as the first--PYBUS, Hertford(granted 1768)..
Worc. Sable, a martlet argent--ADAMS, co.
In some drawings the ornamental foliage accidentally resembles small snakes.
Azure, on a chevron between three mortcours argent as many roses gules(but another Azure on a chevron argent between three mortcours or as many roses gules seeded of the third barbed vert)--Company of WAX-CHANDLERS, London; Incorporated 1484.