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Sir Marmaduke Constable Kt.

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 10th March 2014 Registration No. 0294. (Vol.2)

Arms:  Quarterly: 1st Gules and Vair, a bend Or a crescent for difference; 2nd Cheque Or and Gules, on a chief Argent a lion passant Sable; 3rd Argent, two bars engrailed Sable; 4th Argent, a chevron between three martlets Sable; 5th Gules, an eagle displayed Argent and charged on the breast with a crescent; 6th Argent, a bend Sable; 7th Gules, a cinquefoil pierced Argent; 8th Gules, a lion rampant Vair; 9th Or, on a cross Sable five crescents Argent.

Grant: The College of Arms 1569 to 1614

The Arms of Sir Marmaduke Constable

These armorial bearings were recorded in a pedigree of six generations from Sir Marmaduke Constable Kt to Marmaduke Constable at the Heraldic Visitations of the County of Nottingham in the years 1569 to 1614.

See the entry for James E. Constable: Registration No. 0199. (Vol.2)

 
 

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