Blazons & Genealogy Notes
1) (Mount Nagle, Annakissey, and Nagle’s Borough, co. Cork; Reg. Ulster’s Office). (allowed by Hawkins, Ulster, 1770, to Gabbett Nagle, Knight of the Military Order of St. Louis, and Captain in the service of the King of France, seventh son of James Nagle, Esq., of Annakissey, co. Cork). (confirmed to Sir Richard Nagle, Attorney-General for Ireland, temp. James II.). (James-Town House, co. Westmeath, bart., extinct). Erm. on a fess az. three lozenges or. Crest—A nightingale or.
2) (granted by Betham, Ulster, to Vice-Admiral Sir Edmund Nagle, Knt., and the descendants of his grand¬father, Patrick Nagle, Esq., of Ballyduff, co. Cork). Erm. on a fess wavy az. cotised gu. three mascles or, over all on a bend of the third a sword ar. the hilt enriched with diamonds ppr. being a representation of the sword presented to him by the Prince Regent. Crest—A naval crown or, thereon a falcon with wings expanded ppr. belled and jessed or, resting his dexter claw on an anchor sa. Motto—Gratitude and loyalty.
3) (Calverleigh Court, co. Devon; exemplified to Joseph Chichester, Esq., son of Charles Joseph Chichester, Esq., of Calverleigh, who assumed the surname of Nagle by royal licence, on inheriting the estates of his maternal grand-uncle, Joseph Nagle, Esq., of Calverleigh, co. Devon, and Ballygriffin, co. Cork). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, quarterly, 1st and 4th, erm. on a fesse az. three fusils or, 2nd and 3rd, ar. a lion ramp. betw. three dexter hands couped at the wrist gu., for Nagle; 2nd and 3rd, chequy or and gu. a chief vair, for Chichester. Crests— 1st, Nagle: A goldfinch ppr.; 2nd, Chichester: A heron rising with an eel in the beak ppr. Motto—Non vox sed votum.
4) (granted to Lieut.-Colonel James Nagle). Erm. on a fesse az. three lozenges or, a chief embattled vert, thereon a sword ppr. pommel and hilt gold, surmounted in saltire by a branch of laurel, ensigned by an Eastern crown, and on a canton of the last an elephant ppr. with the word “Assaye,” sa. Crest—An Eastern crown gu. thereon a nightingale or, gorged with a wreath of laurel vert, the dexter paw supporting a banner of the second, with the word “Assaye” inscribed thereon sa.
5) Sa. a fesse betw. three towers ar. Crest—A unicorn’s head sa.