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A Genealogical and Heraldic Dictionary of the Landed Gentry of ..., Volume 2
Sir Bernard Burke
Visualizzazione completa - 1863
1st and 4th 2nd dau 2ndly 3rd dau Abbey Alexander ancestor ancient Anne April arms Arms—Arg army Arthur barrister-at-law Bart brother Campbell capt Castle Catherine Charles Charlotte chevron co-heir co-heiress Cork cousin Crest—A decease Derby descended Devon Dublin dying Earl Edward elder eldest dau Eliza Elizabeth engrailed Essex estates father four daus Frances Galway George grandson Hall heir heiress Henry Hereford high-sheriff Hill holy orders House Ireland James Jane July June lady Lancaster late leaving issue left issue lieut lieut.-col Limerick Lord Louisa manor March Margaret Mary Mary-Anne Meath Norfolk Northumberland Park present rector regt Richard Robert royal Salop Samuel Sarah Sept sheriff Sir John Sir William sister Somerset sºn successor Suffolk surname Surrey surviving three daus three sons Tipperary vert vicar Wexford widow wife York youngest dau
Pagina 219 - Aragon, which the noble posterity continue to wear unto this day ; for, according to the laws of heraldry, whoever fairly in the field conquers his adversary, may justify the wearing of his arms.
Pagina 220 - Bay he assured the [Cary] family on the part of his royal master, the Chevalier, of that Prince's recognition of their great services, and of his wish to grant them high honours and honourable indemnification, in pledge of which he had sent them his father King James the Second's picture, with that of his mother, the Queen, enclosed in a silver box.
Pagina 193 - Crest: Out of a ducal coronet or a plume of five ostrich feathers argent, therefrom issuant a falcon rising of the last. O' BYRNE Gules a chevron between three dexter hands couped at the wrist argent.
Pagina 107 - ... all the Blairs in the south and west country ; but another family of the same name, who settled in the north, in the counties of Fife, Perth, and Angus, namely, Blair of Balthyock, always competed for the chiefship, till at last James VI., than whom none more fit to decide a question of this kind, determined " that the oldest man for the time being, of either family, should have the precedency.
Pagina xvi - Germany, or his excelileucy in Italy. A landlord in England, with the title of baronet, is of not less importance among his tenants, than a landlord in Sicily with the title of prince among his vassals ; and a squire in his ancient hall in Lancashire, might vie with any baron in his moated castle in Languedoc ; but should they travel, the advantage would always be in favor of the continental noblesse.
Pagina 204 - Locheill" in 1842, the author says—"The Camerons have a tradition among them that they were originally descended of a younger son of the Royal Family of Denmark, who assisted at the restoration of King Fergus II., anno 404. He was called Cameron from his crooked nose, as that word imports. But it is more probable that they were of the aborigines of the ancient Scots or Caledonians that first planted the country.
Pagina 204 - Locharkaig,2 situated upon the western side of the Lochy, were originally granted by the Lord of the Isles to the founder of the clan Ranald, from whose descendants they passed to the Camerons. This clan originally consisted of three septs, — the Camerons or...
Pagina 219 - This challenge Sir Robert Cary accepted, between whom a cruel encounter and a long and doubtful combat was waged in Smithfield, London. But at length this noble champion vanquished the presumptuous Aragonois, for which King Henry V. restored unto him a good part of his father's lands...