Mowbray Family Crest, Coat of Arms and Name History

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Variations of this name: Moubray.

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1) (Barnbougle, co. Edinburgh; descended from a common ancestor with Mowbray, ancestors in the female line of Dukes of Norfolk). Gu. a lion ramp. ar. crowned with a ducal crown or. Crest—A demi lion ramp. gu. Motto—Fortitudine.
2) (Cockairny, co. Fife; now representative of Barnbougle). As Bambougle. Crest—A demi lion ramp. ar. Supporters—Dexter, a man in court dress; sinister, a woman habited ppr. Mottoes—Over the crest: Fortitudine; under the arms: Let the deed shaw.
3) (George Moubray, H.E.I.C.S., 1793). Gu. a lion ramp. ar. crowned with an antique crown or, betw. three bears’ beads couped of the last, muzzled ar. Crest—The figure of Fortune holding in her dexter hand an escroll with the motto, Suivez moi, and in his sinister a cornucopia all ppr. lion ramp. ar. crowned with an antique crown or, betw. three bears' heads couped of the last, muzzled ar. Crest—The figure of Fortune holding in her dexter hand an escroll with the motto, Suivez moi, and in his sinister a cornucopia all ppr.
4) (Duke of Norfolk, Earl of Nottingham, Earl of Warren and Surrey, Earl Marshal of England, and Baron Mowbray; dukedom and earldoms extinct 1475, when the barony fell into abeyance. The Mowbrays descended from Roger de Mowbray, son of Nigel de Albini, who, possessing the lands of Mowbray, assumed that surname by command of Henry I., his descendant, Roger de Mowbray, was summoned to Parliament 1295, the fifth baron was created Earl of Nottingham, 1377, d.s.p., his brother, the sixth Baron, was re-created Earl of Nottingham, 1383, constituted Earl Marshal, and created Duke of Norfolk, 1396, the fourth duke was created Earl of Warren and Surrey, vita patria, and d. without surviving issue, when all his honours became extinct except the barony, which fell into abeyance among the descendants of the daus. of the first Duke, of whom Lady Isabel is represented by the Earl of Berkeley, and Lady Margaret by the Lords Stourton and Petre, as heirs general, and by the Duke of Norfolk, as heir male). Gu. a lion ramp. ar. Crest—A leopard or, ducally gorged ar.; granted by parent to the first duke, 17 Richard II., which acknowledges his right to bear for his crest "a golden leopard with a white label,” the crest of his maternal ancestor, Thomas Plantagenet, of Brotherton, Earl of Norfolk, and grants the coronet instead of the label, which would of right belong to the King's son.
5) (co. York). Same Arms, a border of the last.
6) (co. York). Same Arms, a border gobony or and sa.
7) (Grangewood House, co. Leicester; male representative of Mowbray, of Bishopwearmouth). Quarterly, 1st and 8th, Mowbray, gu. a lion ramp. betw. two flaunches or, eacli charged with three billets az.; 2nd, Read, or, on a chev. betw. three garbs gu. three ears of wheat stalked and leaved ar.; 3rd, Shipperdson. sa. on a bend ar. three lozenges az. each charged with a planetary sun in his glory; 4th, Coghill, erm. a chev. betw. three cocks gu.; 5th. Coghill, gu. on a chev. ar. three pellets, a chief sa.; 6th, Cramer, or, on a chief indented az. three fleurs-de-lis of the field; 7th, Holland, az. a lion ramp. guard. betw. eight fleurs-de-lis ar. Crest—An oak tree or, therefrom pendent an escutcheon gu. charged with a lion’s head erased ar. Motto—Suo stat robore virtus.
8) (Bishopwearmouth, co. Durham; exemplified to Right Hon. John Robert Mowbray, D.L., M.P. for the city of Durham, Judge Advocate General, only son of Robert Stribling Cornish, Esq., of the city of Exeter, upon his assuming by royal licence, 1847, the surname of Mowbray only, upon his marriage with Elizabeth Gray, only child of George Isaac Mowbray, Esq., of Bishopwearmouth, co. Durham, and Mortimer, co. Berks). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, Mowbray, gu. a lion ramp. erm. two flaunches or, each charged with three billets in pale az. and in the centre chief point a cross crosslet of the third; 2nd and 3rd, Cornish, per pale az. and sa. a chev. embattled betw. in chief two roses and in base a cross pattee or. On an escutcheon of pretence: 1st and 8th, Mowbray; 2nd, Read, or, a chev. betw. three garbs gu. three cars of wheat stalked and leaved ar.; 3rd, Shipperdson, sa. on a bend ar. three lozenges az. each charged with a planetary sun in his glory; 4th, Coghill, erm. a chev. betw. three cocks gu.; 5th, Coghill, gu. on a chev. ar. three pellets, a chief sa.; 6th, Cramer, or, on a chief indented az. three fleurs-de-lis of the field; 7th, Holland, az. a lion ramp. guard. betw. eight fleurs-de-lis ar. Crests— 1st, Mowbray: An oak tree or, therefrom pendent an escutcheon gu. charged with a lion’s head erased ar.; 2nd, Cornish: Betw. two branches of laurel in saltire a Cornish chough rising ppr. charged on the breast with a cross pattee or. Mottoes—Suo stat robore virtus, for Mowbray; and, Deu pascit corvos, for Cornish.
9) Gu. a lion pass. ar. Crest—On a chapeau gu. lined erm. a lion pass. ar. betw. a pair of stags’ attires or.
10) (Mortimer, co. Berks, and Bishopwearmouth, co. Durham, bart.; created 3 May, 1880). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, Mowbray: Gu. a lion ramp. erm. two flaunches or, each charged with three billets in pale az.; 2nd and 3rd, Cornish: Per pale az. and sa. a chev. embattled betw. in chief two roses and in base a crons pattee or. Crests—1st, Mowbray: An oak tree or, therefrom pendent an escocheon gu. charged with a lion’s head erased ar.; 2nd, Cornish: Betw. two branches of laurel in saltire a Cornish chough rising ppr. charged on the breast with a cross-pattee or. Mottoes—Suo stat robore virtus, for Mowbray; and Deua pascit corvos, for Cornish.

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