Plate 46.

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Plate 46.

Plate 46.

Plate 46.

  1. Man and Wife ; Baron and Femme. The Husbands arms are quarterly, Impaling a single coat. When a man marries a second wife the alliance can be shown in three different ways. The Fesse in the engraved examples shewing the position of the man's arms and the Numerals those of the wives. See term Marshalling
  2. Man and Two Wives
  3. Man and Two Wives
  4. Man and Two Wives
  5. Man and Three Wives
  6. Man and Four Wives
  7. Man and Five Wives
  8. Man and Six Wives
  9. A Widow When a Widow marries a second time, her husband impales her paternal arms. If a Peer marries an untitled lady and he die leaving lier a widow, and she marry for her second husband an untitled gentleman, there is an absurd fashion of bearing the Heraldic Insignia the same as if she was a Peeress in her own right
  10. Widow being an Heiress or Co-Heiress
  11. A Woman having had two husbands
  12. Pennon of Waleran de Bellomont Earl of Worcester, 1144
  13. Gonfanon
  14. Pennon as in the Crest of the Duke of Wellington
  15. Pennoncell's
  16. Triangular Pennon of Ralf Lord Neville, 1386
  17. Pennon
  18. Banner
  19. Pennon
  20. Standard of Hastings of Rising co. Norfolk
  21. Guidon
  22. Pennon of De Quincey Earl of Winchester, who died 1219
    Funeral Achievements.
    Commonly called Hatchments. (See Funeral Achievements.) The engravings, except No. 33, are without the frames
  23. Bachelor
  24. Maid
  25. Husband dead, wife surviving
  26. Wife dead, Husband surviving
  27. Husband dead, wife an Heiress surviving
  28. Wife an Heiress dead. Husband surviving
  29. Husband and first wife dead, second surviving
  30. Both Wives dead, Husband surviving
  31. Widower
  32. Widow
  33. A Bishop, his Wife dead
    Distinction of Houses.
    Marks of Cadency or of Filiation, also termed Brisures, are charges placed in the shield to express tiic differences of descent, e.g. The distinction of the eldest son of the second House is a crescent charged with a label. The eldest son of the third House, a mullet, charged with a label, etc. See also Plate 16, f. 40 to 45, and P. 23a. f. 1 and 2.
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