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26 February 2008

Earl of Warrington – Bowdon Parish Church

Filed under: People,Places — Stephen J F Plowman @ 13:19
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My thanks to Richard Lichten who sent me a number of photographs of heraldic memorials in Bowdon Parish Church. One of which is for Henry Booth, 1st Earl of Warrington, and his wife Mary (nee Langham of Cottesbrooke)

Booth & Langham

Booth – Quarterly of 9

  1. Argent three boars’ heads erect Sable (for Booth)
  2. Argent a fess engrailed Gules (for Barton)
  3. Azure two bars Argent in chief as many mullets of the last (for Venables of Bollen)
  4. Argent on a bend Azure three garbs Or (for Fitton)
  5. Quarterly Gules and Or in the first quarter a lion passant Argent (for Massey)
  6. Bendy Or and Azure (for Mountfort)
  7. Argent on a chief Azure two fleur-de-lys Or (Clinton of Coleshill)
  8. Argent a mullet Sable (for Ashton)
  9. Argent a lion rampant Gules between three pheons Sable (for Egerton)

Impaling Langham – Quarterly of 6

  1. Argent three bears’ heads erased Sable muzzled Or (for Langham of Cottesbrooke)
  2. Ermine a chevron Gules within a bordure engrailed Sable
  3. Azure two bends Argent
  4. Gules two lions passant Argent (for Strange)
  5. Azure 10 estoiles Or 4,3,2,1
  6. Sable three horses’ heads erased Argent a canton ermine


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