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9 June 2011

Pendarves of Roscrow

Filed under: Coat of Arms,Heraldry — Stephen J F Plowman @ 20:14
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Rev’d Henry Pendarves (b.1654  d.1739)

Another monument in Paul Church is to Henry Pendarves, his wife, Maria Borlase (b. 1669 d.1759), and their daughter Margaret (b.1701 d.1742).

Henry was the son of Thomas Samuel Pendarves of Roscrow.  Maria was the daughter of John Borlase of Pendeen.  Margaret married the Rev’d Walter Borlase [I’ve not found the family relationship].

Arms:

Sable a falcon between three mullets Or (Pendarves)

Impaling

Pean¹ on a bend Sable two hands and arms ² issuing out of the clouds at the elbows rending a horsehoe Or (Borlase).

The Arms for Pendarves were recorded in the Visitation of Cornwall in 1620.  The Borlase Arms, as displayed differ, from the entries in Burke’s General Armory: – ¹ Ermine & ² All proper.

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