Blazons & Genealogy Notes1) (The Chase, co. Hereford). Gu. an eagle displ. or, a border engr. of the last, quartering the arms of Circumnavigator Drake, viz., Sa. a fess wavy betw. two pole-stars ar. Crest—An eagle displ. or.
2) (Rev. Thomas Linwood Strong, Rector of Sedgefield, co. Durdam, elder son of Clement Samuel Strong, Esq., of Limpsfleld, co. Surrey, and grandson of Melanchton Strong, whose ancestors were of Nether Stronge, co. Somerset; one of that family is supposed to have been the Rev. William Strong, Rector of More Critchel, co. Dorset, the famous preacher at Westminster Abbey, who was buried there 4 July, 1654). Gu. an eagle displ. or. Crest—An eagle displ. or.
3) Same Arms, within a border engr. or. Crest—Out of a mural coronet or, a demi eagle, wings displ. gold.
4) (Ballycowlan, co. Dublin; Fun. Ent. Ulster’s Office, 1639, Nicholas Strong, of that place). Sa. a dexter hand couped at the wrist betw. three cartwheels ar. a mullet for diff.
5) (Tynan Abbey, co. Armagh, bart.). Ar. a chev. wavy sa. betw. three lozenges az. in the centre chief point an estoile gu., quartering Manson, Tew, and Maxwell). Crests—1st: An eagle with two heads displ. sa. beaked and legged az. langued gu.; 2nd: A cluster of wine-grapes ppr. Mottoes—Tentanda via est; and, Dulce quod utile.
6) (Fun. Ent. Ulster’s Office, 1619). Ar. a chev. wavy sa. betw. three lozenges az. a cross pattée in chief of the last.