Genealogical and Heraldic Dictionary of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 1

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H. Colburn, 1875
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Page 188 - Crest: Out of a ducal coronet or a plume of five ostrich feathers argent, therefrom issuant a falcon rising of the last. O' BYRNE Gules a chevron between three dexter hands couped at the wrist argent.
Page 320 - Or within a bordure of the last charged with eight roses of the first...
Page 123 - Monday, and the windiest day that had before happened for 20 years, he paid his last debt to nature, being then' tormented with the strangury, and much anxiety of spirit. At which time, as the then vulgar talk was, the devil came to take away Oliv.
Page 238 - Crests — 1st. A dexter cubit arm in armour, the hand in a gauntlet grasping a broken sword, in bend sinister ppr.
Page 117 - The sun in glory, charged on the centre with an eye, issuing tears, all proper.
Page 27 - Armstrong, and assigned him for crest " an armed hand and arm, in the hand a leg and foot in armour, couped at the thigh, all ppr.
Page 261 - Barbadoes, 1827] ar. on a mount vert, in base, an otter ppr. ; a chief gu. charged with a dove of the field, betw.
Page 238 - ğm., when this branch of the family became extinct in the male line. The estates, pursuant to his lordship's will, devolved upon RICHARD, grandson of Richard Butler, of Ballynahinch, co.

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