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Blazons & Genealogy Notes1) (Groombridge, co. Kent; descended from Alured de Waller, of Newark, co. Nottingham, who d. 1183. Of this ancient family was Sir Richard Waller, Knt., of Groomhridge, one of the heroes of Agincourt, who obtained from Henry V. for his services on that memorable occasion, when he took the Duke of Orleans prisoner, the addition to his crest, originally a walnut tree, of a shield of the arms of the French Prince). (Beaconsfield, co. Bucks, and Farmington, co. Gloucester; descended from John Waller, second son of John Waller, of Groombridge, who d. in 1517. Of this branch of the family was Edmund Waller, the poet, who was son of Robert Waller, Esq., by Anne Hampden, his wife, aunt of John Hampden, the patriot; Harry Edmund Waller, Esq., of Farmington Lodge, is the great-grandson and representative of the poet). Sa. three walnut leaves or, betw. two bendlets ar. Crest—On a mount vert a walnut tree ppr. on the sinister side an escutcheon pendent charged with the arms of France, with a label of three points ar. Motto—Hic fructus virtutis.
2) (Braywick Lodge, co. Berks, bart.). Same Arms. Crest—On a mount vert a walnut tree ppr. on the sinister side an escutcheon pendent charged with the arms of France, with a label of three points ar. Mottoes—Hic fructus virtutis; and, Azincourt.
3) (Sidbury, co. Devon, and Winchester, co. Hants). Same Arms. Crest—On a mount vert an oak tree ppr. On the sinister side pendent an escutcheon az. with the arms of France, three fleurs-de-lis or, two and one.
4) (co. Devon). Ar. on a bend sa. three elm leaves or, a border of the second bezantee.
5) (co. Huntingdon). Gu. a chev. or, fretty sa. betw. three crosses flory ar.
6) (co. Kent). Az. a chev. or, fretty sa. betw. three crosses crosslet ar.
7) (Boklesham, co. Suffolk). Ar. a bend engr. cotised sa. Crest—A fox's head az.
8) Sa. three walnut leaves or, betw. two bendlets ar. Crest—A dexter arm couped embowed and resting on the elbow holding a sword in pale enfiled with a Saracen's head distilling blood all ppr. wreathed about the temples ar. and az.
9) Sa. three walnut leaves or, betw. two bendlets ar. a border engr. of the last pellettee.
10) (Branchell, co. Kent; Sir Thomas Waller, knighted at the Fort of Blackwater, co. Armagh, by Thomas, Lord Lurgh, of Gainsborough, Lord Deputy of Ireland, 19 July, 1597). Sa. three walnut leaves in bend or, betw. two bendlets ar. a mullet for diff.
11) (Castletown, co. Limerick; descended from Hardress Waller, a General in the Parliament Army during Oliver Cromwell's Rebellion, whose dau., Elizabeth Waller, m. Sir William Petty, and was created, 1688, Baroness Shelbourne for life). Sa. three walnut leaves in bend or, betw. two bendlets ar. Crest—On a mount vert a walnut tree ppr. on the sinister side an escutcheon pendent charged with the arms of France, with a label of three points ar. Motto—Hic fructus virtutis.
12) (Allenstown, co. Meath). (exemplified to Rev. Mungo Henry Noble, Rector of Clongill, co. Meath, on his assuming, by royal licence, 1809, the surname and arms of Waller in lieu of Noble, in compliance with the will of Robert Waller, Esq., of Allenstown, co. Meath). Ar. a bend sa. surmounted by another of the first charged with three walnut leaves ppr. Crest—Pendent from an oak tree ppr. an escocheon ar. charged with a saltire gu.
13) (Dublin; confirmed to John Francis Waller, Esq., of Dublin, Barrister-at-law, LL.D., second surviving son of the late Thomas Maunsell Waller, Esq., of Finoe House, co. Tipperary, and to their descendants). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, sa. three walnut leaves or, betw. two bendlets ar.; 2nd and 3rd, chequy or and az. on a canton gu. a lion ramp, double queued of the first, over all in the centre point a mullet erm. Crest—Out of a ducal coronet or, an eagle's leg gu. in frontof aplume of five ostrich feathers, the first, third, and fifth ar. the second and fourth az. Motto—Honor et Veritas.
14) (Culley, now Castle Waller, co. Tipperary; descended from Richard Waller, an officer in Oliver Cromwell's army in Ireland, who was son of Edward Warren, alais Waller, Esq., of Ashwell, co. Herts, by Margaret, his second wife, dau. of Richard Glascote, Esq., of Down Hall, co. Essex; arms entered and pedigree registered, Ulster's Office, 1809). (Newport, co. Tipperary, bart.; a branch of Waller, of Castle Waller). (Prior Park, co. Tipperary; a branch of Waller, Bart., of Newport). (Spring Grove, Hounslow, co. Middlesex; descended from Waller, of Castle Waller). Chequy or and az. on a canton gu. a lion ramp. double queued of the first. Crest—Out of a ducal coronet or, an eagle's leg and thigh erect gu. in front of a plume of five ostrich feathers alternately ar. and az. Motto—Honor et Veritas.
15) (Dublin; granted, 1809, to George Waller, Esq., of Dublin, and the other descendants of his ancestor, Richard Waller, an Officer in the Army, who settled in Ireland circa 1642). Chequy or and az. on a canton gu. a lion ramp. double queued of the first. Crest—Out of a ducal coronet or, a plume of five ostrich feathers alternate ar. and az. surmounted by an eagle's claw gu.