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Blazons & Genealogy Notes

1) (Bramston, co. Northants, and London; Gregory Isham and John Isham, Visit. London, 1568, third and fourth sons of Easeby Isham, son and heir of William Isham, of Pitesley, heir male of the house of Isham, of Isham, in same co.). Gu. three piles meeting in base or, over all a fess of the last.
2) (Bramston, co. Northants, and London; Gregory Isham and John Isham, Visit. London, 1568, third and fourth sons of Easeby Isham, son and heir of William Isham, of Pitesley, heir male of the house of Isham, of Isham, in same co.). Gu. three piles meeting in the fess point and a fess wavy ar. Crest—A demi swan, wings endorsed ar. guttée de larmes.
3) (Lamport, co. Northampton, bart.). Gu. a fesse wavy and in chief three piles also wavy, points meeting in fesse ar. Crest—A demi swan with wings displ. ar. beaked sa. Motto—Ostendo non ostento. Another Motto—On things transitory resteth no glory.
4) (co. Kent and London). Gu. three piles wavy or, over all a fesse of the second.
5) or Ipsam – (co. Kent). Gu. a fesse or, in chief three piles wavy of the last.
6) (co. Somerset). Vert three piles ar. in chief a fleur-de-lis or.
7) Per fesse wavy gu. and ar. three piles in chief of the second.

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