Earle Coat of Arms / Family Crest

Earle

British Isles

Earle

British Isles

Earle

British Isles

Earle

British Isles

Earle

British Isles

Earle

British Isles

Earle

British Isles

Earle

British Isles

Earle

British Isles

Earle

British Isles

Earle

Europe - see blazon Earle Coat of Arms / Family Crest 10

Earle

Europe - see blazon Earle Coat of Arms / Family Crest 11

Earle

Europe - see blazon Earle Coat of Arms / Family Crest 12

Blazon description

(Allerton Tower, co. Lancaster, bart.). Or, three pallets gu. each charged with an escallop in chief of the field. Crest—A lion’s gamb erased, holding an arrow in bend sinister the barb downwards ppr. pendent by a chain gold, an escutcheon gu. charged with an escallop or. Motto—Servare modum.

(Ashton-under-Lyne, co. Lancaster; granted to Nicholas Earle, Esq.). Gu. a chev. betw. two escallops in chief and a seahorse in base ar. a bordure erm. Crest—Upon a mount vert a lion’s gamb brazed az. grasping a battle axe in bend sinister and encircled by a wreath of oak ppr. Motto—Ne tentes aut perfice.

(Bishop of Worcester, 1662). Erm. on a chief engr. sa. three antique crowns or.

(Craglethorpe, co. Lincoln, bart., extinct 1697: granted 1558). Gu. a fess betw. three sheldrakes ar. Crest—A lion’s head erased or, pierced through the head with a broken spear ar. the point embrued gu.

(Swallowfield Place, co. Berks). Gu. three escallops, a bordure engr. ar. Crest—A lion’s head erased or, pierced with a broken dart ppr.

(Topsfield, co. Essex). Gu. three escallops a bordure engr. or. Crest—A nag’s head erased sa. maned or.

(Boston, co. Lincoln). Same Arms, an annulet or, for diff.

Gu. on a fesse or, three magpies ppr. membered of the first.

(Heydon, co. Norfolk, High Sheriff of the co., 1653). Az. a fesse betw. two bars gemelles or.

Paly of ten or and gu. a mullet in chief ar. Crest—A lion’s gamb erect and erased, holding an arrow in bend sinister, point downwards all ppr.

Lancashire – (Baronet, 3 nov. 1869) – D’or à trois pals de gueules ch chacun en chef d’une coquille du champ Cimier une patte de lion au naturel posée en pal tenant une flèche au naturel posée en barre la pointe en bas et un écusson de gueules ch d’une coquille d’or suspendu à la griffe au moyen d’une chaînette d’or et brochant sur ladite patte Devise SERVARE MODUM

Baron Dalling – Voir Bulwer baron Dalling et Bulwer.

Lincolnshire – (Baronet, 2 juillet 1629. M. ét. le 13 août 1697) – De gueules à la fasce d’argent acc de trois canards du même Cimier une tête de lion d’or percée d’une pique brisée d’argent le fer ensanglanté de gueules

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