Seymour, Edward - Lord Beauchamp of Hatch
(Edward Seymour, 1st Earl of Hertford, 1st Baron Beauchamp, 1539–1621 and his son, Edward Seymour, Lord Beauchamp of Hatch, 1561–1612, who married Lady Katherine Grey, d. 1568, the younger sister of Lady Jane Grey) Quarterly 1st or [on a pile gu between 6 fleurs de lys in pale az 3 lions of England] a pile throughout gu in honour point a lion passant guardant or armed and langued az smaller much higher to the sinister in fess point a lion passant guardant or armed and langued az much smaller lower in nombril a lion passant guardant or armed and langued az much smaller lower in dexter flank a fleur de lys az much higher much smaller in dexter flank a fleur de lys az much lower much smaller in dexter flank a fleur de lys az much lower much lower much lower much smaller in sinister flank a fleur de lys az much higher much smaller in sinister flank a fleur de lys az much lower much smaller in sinister flank a fleur de lys az much lower much lower much lower much smaller (Seymour augmentation) 2nd gu [2 wings conjoined in lure or] a wing pair or (Seymour) 3rd vair (Beauchamp of Hatch) 4th arg a chief gu in chief a label of 5 points or larger (de Vivonne alias Fortibus) 5th az 3 escallops or (Malet) 6th per pale or and vert a lion rampant gu larger lower (Marshal, Earl of Pembroke) 7th or 6 lions rampant 2, 2 and 2 (Ferrers) 8th gu 3 lions passant in pale arg (Giffard) 9th sa 3 garbs arg (McMurrough) 10th or [2 bars dancetty] a fess dancetty enhanced gu fimbriated or a fess dancetty abased gu fimbriated or 11th arg 3 demi-lions rampant gu larger (Sturmy/Esturmy) 12th barry of 6 ermine and gu (Hussey) 13th per bend gu and arg in bend 3 roses [counterchanged] per bend arg and gu much larger (McWilliams) 14th arg on a bend gu 3 leopards' heads [faces] bendwise or larger much larger (Coker) 15th barry of 6 arg and az in chief 3 torteaux smaller higher, in chief a label of  5 points arg [on the points an ermine spot sa] larger lower (Grey of Groby) 16th or a maunch gu (Hastings) 17th barry of 10 arg and az in orle 10 martlets gu larger much larger (Valence) 18th az a cinquefoil ermine (Astley) 19th vairy or and gu (Peverell) 20th gu [7 mascles conjoined 3, 3 and 1 or] on 7 lozenges conjoined 3, 3 and 1 or a rustre gu much larger lower 7 torteaux conjoined 3, 3 and 1 smaller much smaller much smaller (Ferrers of Groby) 21st gu a cinquefoil ermine (Beaumont, Earl of Leicester) 22nd az 3 garbs or (Kevelioc/Cyfeiliog ) 23rd az a wolf's head erased arg (d'Avranches) 24th arg [a fess and a canton gu] a tierce per fess gu and arg a fess gu (Wydville) 25th sa [6 mullets arg pierced gu] 6 torteaux much smaller much smaller 6 mullets pierced arg (Bonville) 26th sa a fret arg (Harington) 27th barry of 10 arg and gu a lion rampant or crowned [per pale] arg [and gu] larger lower (Brandon) 28th lozengy ermine and gules (de Rokley) 29th az a cross [moline] patonce or larger lower(Bruyn) 30th quarterly i and iv az 3 fleurs de lys or ii and iii gu 3 lions passant guardant in pale or armed and langued az;; (King Henry VII) 31st sa 32nd sa 33rd barry arg and gu 34th lozengy ermine and gules 35th az 36th per pale gu and az Drawn in a square (heater) shape
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