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Quartered: 1st and 4th, Argent, two bars gules on a bend engrailed with plain cotises sable two annulets of the field; 2nd and 3rd, Vert, three piles one reversed in base between the others issuant from the chief each charged with a pomey thereon a cross of the second


Original blazon: Quarterly : 1st and 4th, Amory, viz., ar. two bars gu. on a bend engr. with plain cottises sa. two annulets of the field; 2nd and 3rd, Heathcoat, vert, three piles one reversed in base betw. the others issuant from the chief each charged with a pommeis thereon a cross of the 2nd.

Crest: Amory: The battlements of a tower or, therefrom issuant a talbot's head az. charged with two annulets fessewise and interlaced gold. Heathcoat: Upon a mount vert. betw. two roses springing from the same gu. stalked and leaved ppr. a pommeis charged with a cross or.

Supporters: -

Motto: Amore non vi.

Notes:

(Heathcoat-Amory, Knightshayes Court, co. Devon, Bart.).

1st and 4th, Amory; 2nd and 3rd, Heathcoat

'Source: Burke's General Armory (1884)



Azure, on a bend or three eaglets displayed gules


Original blazon: Az. on a bend or, three eaglets displ. gu.

Crest: -

Supporters: -

Motto: -

Notes:

-

Source: Burke's General Armory (1884)



Barry nebuly of six argent and gules, over all a bend engrailed azure


Original blazon: Barry nebulée of six ar. and gu. over all a bend engr. az.

Crest: Out of a mural crown or, a talbot's head az. eared of the first.

Supporters: -

Motto: -

Notes:

(Codrington, co. Gloucester, Worcestershire Visit. 1634).

Source: Burke's General Armory (1884)



Barry nebuly of six argent and gules, a bend azure


Original blazon: Barry nebulée of six ar. and gu. a bend az.

Crest: Out of a mural crown or, a talbot's head az. eared of the first.

Supporters: -

Motto: Motto – Tu ne cede malis.

Notes:

(St. Ann's, near Bristol, co. Somerset, Bunratty Castle, co. Clare, and Boston, United States of America. The Amorys of America are a family of considerable distinction; Thomas Amory, Esq. of Bunratty Castle, was Lord Palatine of South Carolina, under John Locke's charter, and his uncle, Jonathan Amory, Esq., also emigrated to South Carolina about 1690, and became Advocate-General and Speaker of the House of Assembly there. His descendant is the present Thomas C. Amory, Esq. of Boston, U.S.).

Source: Burke's General Armory (1884)

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