Hilary MARSHALL

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ArmsBarry of six sable and argent, on a pale ermine three horse shoes palewise Or.
CrestA man in armour affronté holding in the dexter hand a javelin, supporting with his sinister hand a flagstaff ppr. holding a banner sable charged with two horseshoes Or.
MottoCARPE DIEN (seize the day)

The horseshoes reflect the origin of the surname, which suggests ‘ one who tends horses’. The small escutcheon on the lozenge is used as a difference to indicate a widow bearing her paternal arms. Hilary Marshall (maiden name) is included within the limitations of the grant of 1899, which extended to include the descendants of the grantee’s uncle, her great-great-grandfather, William Marshall of Patterdale Hall Westmorland.

Granted13th May 1899
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