|Queen Elizabeth II
||Quarterly 1st & 4th Gules three lions passant gardant Or(for England) 2nd Or a lion rampant within a double tressure flory-counter-flory Gules (for Scotland) 3rd Azure a harp Or stringed Argent (for Ireland)||.|
|Lt Col Thomas BUTLER
|Azure between three covered cup a chevron Or.||Butler of Middlesex,|
Burke's General Armory
|Dexter: Or a cross quarterly pierced flory and counter flory Azure between four mullets Sable (pierced of the field).
Sinister: Argent(?) a sinister arm couped below the elbow in pale erect vested Gules(?) the hand apaumée proper in chief a mullet Sable(?) pierced of the field.
|Atkins: Burke's General Armory|
Brady: A variation of Brady (Ireland)? as per BGA.
with thanks to Willem van den Berg & François R. Velde for their investigation of Atkins and his wife.
|Tooker: Barry wavy of ten Argent and Azure on a chevron embattled and counter embattled Or between three sea-horses naiant of the first five gouttes de poix.
Joseline: Azure a circular wreath Argent and Sable with four hawks' bells conjoined thereto in quadrangle Or.
|Burke's General Armory|
| Admiral Sir Peter Maxwell STANFORD GCB LVO
|Quarterly per fess wavy azure and or a pallet raguly over all gules between in first and fourth quarters an escallop or and in second and third on its stand a geographer's globe azure lines of latitude and longitude or charged with a rose argent||Blazon kindly provided by |
David White, Somerset Herald