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Mark William Cory Hassall

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 31st January 2012. Registration No. 0220 (Vol.2).

Arms: Per pale Or and Sable on a Chevron between three pheons a spur rowel all counterchanged.

Crest:  Within a Circlet of pheons Or a dexter arm embowed habited Sable cuffed Argent the hand Proper grasping an arrow barbed and flighted also Sable the shaft Gold.

Motto:  Sequor.

Grant:  Letters Patent granted by Sir Alexander Colin Cole Garter King of Arms and Sir Anthony Richard Wagner, Clarenceux King of Arms. Dated: 25 June 1984.

The Arms of Mark William Cory Hassall

The armiger bears the arms granted to his father William Owen Hassall of the Manor House in the Parish of Wheatley in the County of Oxfordshire, esquire. William Owen Hassall was Doctor of Philosophy of the University of Oxford, Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of London, Freeman of the City of Chester, Librarian to the Earl of Leicester at Holkham and senior Assistant Librarian of the Bodleian Library. The grantee was born at York, 4 August 1912 and died at Wheatley 19 July 1994. He married 4 July 1936 Averil Grafton Beaves, by whom he had three sons, Tim, Mark and Tom and a daughter Cory. The youngest son, the armiger's brother Tom Hassall, was born 3 December 1943. He married Angela Goldsmith on 2nd September 1967 and had three sons, Oliver, born 28 November 1968, Nicholas born 30 April 1970 and Edward born 10 July 1972'.

Tim, the eldest son, born 11 October 1938 and married Ines Roth 2 September 1966 by whom he had two daughters, Bettina, born 29 July 1967 and Florence born 21 September 1968. He died in 1993.

The second son Mark, the Armiger, was born in 13 June 1940. He married Catherine Mary Ward-Perkins 16 September 1972, and had two sons, Ralph William John Hassall, born 30th September 1978 and John Cory Hassall born 17 February 1981. John Hassall married Line Thomsen 23 August 2008 and has one son Viktor James born 27 September 2009. Cory Frances Hassall was born 14 May 1942. She married Rodney Lyons in 1963 and has two children, Alexander born 21 April 1965 and Laurie 15 August 1967.

The armiger traces his descent from Ralph Hassall 1713-1795, yeoman farmer of the parish of Tarvin, Cheshire. Ralph Hassall was the son of Richard Hassall, victualler, of Audlem, Cheshire.

The armiger is an archaeologist and until his retirement taught courses on Roman Archaeology at the Institute of Archaeology, London University, now part of University College London. He has participated in excavations at many sites in Britain and countries bordering the Mediterranean.

Though no direct male line descent can be traced from the armigerous Hassalls, lords of the manors of Hassall in Sandbach parish and Hankelow in Audlem parish both in the county of Cheshire , the armiger can trace a direct descent to them through the family of his paternal grandmother, the Corys, and those of their ancestors, the Derbyshire Gells and Beresfords, to the Hassalls of Arclyd in Sandbach, a cadet branch of the Hassalls of Hassall and Hankelow. In view of this Garter and Clarenceux permitted the granting of arms whose overall design reflects that of the Hassalls of Hassall and Hankelow, per chevron, argent and or, three pheons sable; with identical crest lacking the circlet of pheons. The spur rowel alludes to the mullets in the arms of Gell which are party per bend azure and or, three mullets of six points in bend counterchanged

The heir to the arms is Ralph William John Hassall

 

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