Heraldry Online Blog

4 June 2011

Hatchment – Edward Langford of Trungle

Filed under: Coat of Arms,Heraldry — Stephen J F Plowman @ 15:07
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(Going through some holiday “snaps” I found some heraldic items I had overlooked from a holiday a couple of years ago in Cornwall):

 

Edward Langford of Trungle b.1730 d.1781


In the Parish Church of Paul in Cornwall there is the Hatchment of Edward Langford.  He married Elizabeth,  daughter of Frederick Dansey Esq. of Plymouth Dock, Devon.

The hatchment:

Paly of six Argent and Gules on a chief Azure a lion passant guardant Or (Langford).

Impaling

Per pale Argent and Or a fesse nebulee Gules between three lions’ heads erased of the last (Dansey)

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