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" The fourth, a martlet. The fifth, an annulet. The sixth, a fleur-de-lis. The seventh, a rose. The eighth, a cross-moline. "
The Fogg Family of America: The Reunions of the Fogg Families ... Addresses ... - Pagina 99
geredigeerd door - 1907 - 135 pagina’s
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The British Herald; Or, Cabinet of Armorial Bearings of the Nobility ...

Thomas Robson - 1830
...satisfactory. See Pl. 31, fig. 2 ; that is, the heir, or first son, during his father's life time, bears a label; the second son, a crescent; the third, a mullet; the fourth, a martlet ; the fifth, an annulet; the sixth, a fleur-de-lis; the seventh, a rose; the eighth, a cross...
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The British herald, or Cabinet of armorial bearings of the ..., Volume 3

Thomas Robson (engraver.) - 1830
...satisfactory. See PI. 31, fig. 2 ; that is, the heir, or first sou, during his father's life time, bears a label; the second son, a crescent; the third, a mullet; the fourth, a martlet; the fifth, an annulet; the sixth, &ßeur-de-hs; the seventh, a rose; the eighth, a cross molme;...
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An essay on heraldry

Jacob Frederick Y. Mogg - 1858 - 37 pagina’s
...with the exterior ornaments of other families, was not then in use." The elder son during the life of his father bears a label ; the second son a crescent ; the third son a mullet ; the fourth, a martlet ; the fifth, an annulet ; the sixth a fleur-de-lis ; the seventh,...
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Vicissitudes of Families: And Other Essays, Volume 1

Bernard Burke - 1860 - 437 pagina’s
...MARKS OF CADENCY, are the distinctions used to indicate the various branches or cadets of one family. The ELDEST SON (during the lifetime of his father) bears a LABEL ; the SECOND, a CRESCENT ;* the THIRD, a MULLET ; the FOURTH, a MARTLET ;f the FIFTH, * " The Crescent" is the double...
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A practical manual of heraldry and heraldic illumination, by F.J. Baigent ...

Francis Joseph Baigent - 1864
...various branches or cadets of one family: distinguishing the order of the birth of the several children. The eldest son, during the lifetime of his father, bears a LABEL. — Plate II., fig. 17. The second son, a CRESCENT. — Fig. 18. The third son, a MULLET.— Fig. 19....
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Heraldry Illustrated: Being a Short Account of the Origin and History of ...

William Henry Abbott - 1897 - 127 pagina’s
...satisfactory. See Pl. 28, "Distinction of Houses." The heir, or first son, during his father's life-time, bears a label; the second son, a crescent; the third, a mullet; the fourth, a martlet; the fifth, an annulet; the sixth, a fleur-de-lis; the seventh, a rose; the eighth, a cross...
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Shakespeare's Family: Being a Record of the Ancestors and Descendants of ...

Charlotte Carmichael Stopes - 1901 - 257 pagina’s
...marks of cadency which have of late years been made use of for the distinction of houses . . . for the second son a crescent, the third a mullet, the fourth a martlet" (Glover's " Heraldry," vol. i., p. 168, ed. 1780). King Athelstan. Camden and the other heralds...
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The American Historical Magazine

1908
...MARKS OF CADENCY, are the distinctions used to indicate the various branches or cadets of one family. The eldest son, during the lifetime of his father bears a label; the second, a crescent; the third, a mullet; the fourth, a martlet; the fifth, an annulet; the sixth, a fleur-de-lis...
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The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge, Volume 9

1918
...having it ingrailed, invected, embattled, etc. But usually the eldest son bears a label or lambel ; the second son a crescent ; the third, a mullet; the fourth, a martlet; the fifth, an annulet ; the sixth, a fleur-de-lys ; the seventh, a rose ; the eighth, a cross-moline...
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Wordsworth Dictionary of Phrase and Fable

Ebenezer Cobham Brewer - 2001 - 1180 pagina’s
...cadet branch. In heraldry, difference» or marke of cadency indicate the various branches of a family. The eldest son, during the lifetime of his father, bears a label, ie a bar or fillet, having three pendants broader at the bottom than at the top. The second son bears...
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