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25 June 2008

VAISEY of Stratton, Gloucestershire

Filed under: People — Stephen J F Plowman @ 12:44
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Thomas VAISEYof Stratton, Cirencester

b.1825 d.1903

 

Gules a cross double parted in the first and fourth quarters a garb Or.

 

Source:

A C Fox-Davies’ Armorial Families 1929

 

His family (not necessarily complete) :

 

Thomas VAISEY b.1825 m.1851 Emma Dent d.1903

1. Arthur William Vaisey b.1852 m.1876 Esther Bevir d.

1.1 Harry Bevir Vaisey b.1877 m.1903 Eleonora Mary Quennell

1.1.1 Arthur William Vaisey b.1905

1.1.2 Juliana Margaret Vaisey

1.2 Capt. Roland Maddison Vaisey b.1886 m.1911 Violet Landon KIA 1918

1.2.1 Sgt John Roland Maddison Vaisey RAFVR b.1916 KIA 1941

1.2.2 Margaret

1.2.3 Violet Vaisey m.1907 John Brooke

1.2.4 Lilian

1.2.5 Veronica

1.2.6 May Vaisey m.1913 Rev D F Slemeck

1.2.7 Olive

1.2.8 Iris m.1921 Allan McVie

2. John Ernest Dent Vaisey b.1853 m.1880 Judith Bevir d.1928

2.1 John Clere Vaisey b.1880

2.2 Thomas Lionel Vaisey b.1883

2.3 Rev Francis Dent Vaisey b.1885

3. Charles Thomas St Clare Vaisey b.1857 m.1888 Emily Jessie Sparke

3.1 2nd Lt Guy Madison Vaisey b.1889 m. Elizabeth Jessie KIA 1918

3.2 Monica Vaisey b.1891

 

Sources:

A C Fox-Davies’ Armorial Families 1929

Ancestry.co.uk

Commonwealth War Graves Commission

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9 June 2008

Sir Thomas Masterman HARDY GCB Bt

Filed under: People — Stephen J F Plowman @ 15:32
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I have been looking into the Arms of Sir Thomas Masterman HARDY (of HMS Victory fame) and have found a variety of blazons;

1815 – Debrett’s Baronetage “Pheon [sic] on a chevron between three escallops Argent as many griffins’ heads erased of the field langued Gules.”

1838 – Debrett’s Baronetage “Peaon on a chevron Or between three escallops Argent as many griffins’ heads erased of the field.”

1841 – Burke’s Extinct Baronetcies “Pean on a chevron between three escallops Argent as many griffins’ heads erased of the field.”

1884 – Burke’s General Armory “Pean on a chevron between three escallops Argent as many dragons’ heads proper.”

Who to believe?

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