Royal Licences
ROYAL LICENCES

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Recorded in England

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Henry Harwarden GILLIBRAND

to be
FAZAKERLEY

Quarterly 1st & 4th Ermine three bars Vert and for distinction a canton Gules (Fazakerley) 2nd & 3rd Argent two swords in saltire points upwards Sable pomels and hilts Or (Gillibrand). Royal Licence 4th August 18142
Maj-Gen John JAGO
b.1826 d.1907
to be
JAGO-TRELAWNY
Quarterly 1st & 4th Argent a chevron Sable (for Trelawny) 2nd & 3rd Argent three Cornish choughs proper on a chief Sable as many cross crosslets Or (for Jago). a) Harleian Society's Grantees of Arms 1886 Vol LXIII fol 245 (Royal Licence)
b) Fox-Davies Armorial Families 1905
Peter MACARA
of Pentre Byshan Hall, Denbigh
to be
MEREDITH

Azure a lion rampant Or in the dexter chief a crescent Argent. Royal Licence 29th June 1902
1a) Rev John MOLESWORTH
Of Clowance, co. Cornwall
to be
MOLESWORTH-ST.AUBYN

His brother;

1b) Rev Hender MOLESWORTH
Of Clowance, co. Cornwall
to be
MOLESWORTH-ST.AUBYN
Quarterly 1st & 4th Ermine on a gross Gules five bezants (for St Aubyn) 2nd & 3rd Gules an escutcheon vair between eight cross crosslets in orle Or (for Molesworth). 1a) Royal Licence 15th November 1839; London Gazette
1b) Royal Licence 18th March 1844; London Gazette
2) Blazon: BGA
Robert Melvil Barry OTTER
b.1845 d.1917
to be
OTTER-BARRY
Quarterly 1st &4th Gules three bars embattled Argent (for Barry [granted 1811]) 2nd and 3rd Or on a bend Gules guttée d'or between two crosses patée of the second three crescents of the first (for Otter). a) Royal Licence 1873; London Gazette
b) Blazon: Armorial Families 1929
Rev John BALDWIN
Harrock Hall
to be
RIGBYE
Argent on a cross flory Azure five mullets Or. Royal Licence 15th September 1787
Lt Col George ROBINSON
b.1824 d.1892
to be
GARNETT-ORME
Quarterly 1st & 4th Azure an eagle displayed and in chief three battle-axes Or (for Orme) 2nd & 3rd Gules a lion rampant Argent a bordure invected Or all over a bend ermine charges with three covered cups Azure (for Garnett). a) Royal Licence 6th March 1882; London Gazette
b) Blazon: Armorial Families 1902
John Henry GLYNN
Nunwell, Brading, Isle of Wight
b.1847 d.1924

to be
OGLANDER
Azure a stork between three cross crosslets fitchée Or. a) Royal Licence 1895; Harleian Society's Grantees of Arms
b) Blazon: Armorial Families 1902
1a) Edward Charles STAFFORD
b.1891 d.1914
to be
STAFFORD-KING-HARMAN

His brother;

1b) Cecil William Francis STAFFORD
b.1895 d.1987
to be
STAFFORD-KING-HARMAN
Quarterly 1st & 4th grand quartered i & iv Sable a chevron between three rams passant Argent attired Or (for Harman) ii & iii Gules two lions rampant combatant supporting a dexter hand couped at the wrist and erect (for King) 2nd & 3rd Or a chevron engrailed Gules between in chief two fleams Sable and in base a trefoil slipped Vert. 1a) Royal Licence 13th February 1900
1b) Royal Licence 17th September 1932
2) Blazon: Fox-Davies Armorial Families 1905 & 1929