2) Henry PHYLLIPS
3) William HUMFRY
|1) Argent two chevrons Sable between three roses Gules.
2) Argent a lion sable chained Or.
3) Gules a cross botonnée Argent charged with four escallops Sable.
|The memorial was dedicated by Prudence Humfry in memory of her Husband William and her parent Henry and Avys Philips|
The Wykeham connection has not been established.
|1) Thomas CRESSWELL
2) Alice HAYDOCK
3) Jane BAYNARD
|1) Argent three bars gemelles Sable. |
2) Cresswell impaling Haydock;
3) Cresswell impaling Baynard;
|Blazons: Burke's General Armory|
* Visitation of Wiltshire 1623 gives: Gules a double headed eagle displayed Or
|Argent a fess dancettee between three cocks' heads erased Sable crested and jelloped Gules. |
|Blazon: Burke's General Armory|
Henry Tamworth is recorded in the pedigree of Tamworth of Leake in the Lincolnshire Visitations.
|Sir Galbraith Lowry COLE GCB|
|Cole impaling the Arms of Lady Frances Harris;|
Cole: Argent a bull passant Sable armed and unguled Or within a bordure of the second charged with eight bezants on a canton* per pale Gules and Azure a harp Gold stringed of the field a crescent for difference
Harris: Azure a chevron erminois between three hedgehogs on a chief Or** the eagle of Prussia displayed Sable beaked, legged and langued Gules on the breast the cipher F.R. and over it the electoral cap in the dexter claw a sceptre and in the sinister a mound all Or and on each wing a trefoil Argent.
|Blazon: Burke's Peerage 1881|
* Burke's blazon has the canton in sinister.
|Sable a chevron Argent between two trefoils slipped in chief Or and in base a bezant therefrom issuant a cross pattee of the third
thereon an escutcheon of pretence;
Quarterly 1st & 4th Sable a chevron Argent between two trefoils slipped in chief Or and in base a bezant therefrom issuant a cross pattee of the third (for Lefevre) 2nd & 3rd tba
|Born Charles Shaw he changed his name to Shaw-Lefevre by Royal Licence.|
He was the father of Viscount Eversley.
|Emma Laura SHAW-LEFEVRE|
Viscountess Eversley of Heckfield
|Shaw-Lefevre impaling the Arms of Emma Laura Whitbred;
Shaw-Lefevre: Quarterly 1st & 4th Sable a chevron Argent between two trefoils slipped in chief Or and in base a bezant therefrom issuant a cross pattee of the third (for Lefevre) 2nd & 3rd Argent a chevron ermines on a canton Gules a talbot's head erased Or (for Shaw)
Whitbread: Argent a chevron Sable between three foxes' heads erased Gules.
|Viscountess of Eversley's funeral Hatchment|
|CORHAM of Barton||Quarterly 1st & 4th Argent a cross Sable between four eagles displayed Gules (for Corham) 2nd & 3rd Sable a fess between three antelopes(?) passant Or (for Bornicomb).||Harleian Society's The Visitations of Hampshire 1530, 1575, 1622 - 1634|
|Major Ralph Henry SNEYD |
|Sneyd impalling those of Jane Robina Dunbar.
Sneyd: Argent a scythe the blade in chief the sned (or handle) in bend sinister Sable on the fesse point a fleur-de-lis of the second.
Dunbar: Quarterly 1st & 4th Gules a lion rampant Argent within a bordure of the last charged with eight roses of the first 2nd & 3rd Or three cushions pendant by the corners within a double tressure flory counter-flory Gules overall a cross Moline Azure all within a bordure nebuly quarterly Gules and Azure.
Sneyd - BGA.
Dunbard - Sir James Balfour Paul's Scottish Ordinary
William Dunbar 1777
The blazon listed by Balfour Paul is listed, however, those portion that seem to be missing from the memorial are in italic and coloured purple.
|Lt Col Nathaniel Robert SNEYD |
|Argent a scythe the blade in chief the sned (or handle) in bend sinister Sable on the fesse point a fleur-de-lis of the second.||Blazon BGA.|