|CHARLES II||Quarterly, 1st and 4th grand-quarterly I and IV Azure three fleur-de-lis Or II and III Gules three lions passant guardant in pale Or armed and langued Azure 2nd Or a lion rampant Gules armed and langued Azure within a double tressure flory-counter-flory Gules 3rd Azure a harp Or stringed argent.||
This representation has an error in the 3rd quarter, the Ancient French and English quarters are reversed.
|Samuel NICOLLS||Argent on a chevron Azure between three lynxes’ heads erased Sable as many crescents ermine.||
The church contains the hatchment of Samuel Nicholls/Nicolls, of the Priory, Odiham. He is described as “Sergeant at Law and executor of Dean Swift”.|
|Richard COMPTON||Ermine on a bend Sable three close helmets Or.||Flagstone in the Lady Chapel.
BGA: Compton of Piersden, Hants.
|POYNINGS & WEST||Barry Or and Sable(?) a bendlet Gules (Poynings)
Argent a fess dancetty Sable a crescent of the last for difference (West).
|This is probably a memorial to Mary Poynings, née West, mother of Mary below. There is a ribbon rather than a crest above the shield. That may be an
indication that it is for the wife rather than the husband.|
The dexter Arms have Sable (black) rather than Vert (green). This may be an error in restoration.
|Mary MORE (née Poynings)||Quarterly 1st Barry of six Or and Vert a bendlet Gules (Poynings)
2nd Gules three lions passant in pale Argent a bendlet Azure (Fitz-Payne)
3rd Azure three piles in point Or (De Briene)
4th Argent a fess dancetty Sable a crescent of the last for difference (West).
|Mary was the wife of Edward More Esq of Odiham and the daughter & co-heir of Sir Adrian Poynings. Her mother, Mary, was the daughter of Sir Owen West.|
|Rev William HARRIOTT MA
|Harriott: Quarterly ermines and erminois three crescents two and one counterchanged.
?: Gules crusily fitchy a lion rampant Or.
|The Harriott Arms appear to be a variation of Heriot; Quarterly erminois and ermines three crescents two and one counterchanged.|
|Alexander BAXTER||Baxter: Argent a bat displayed Sable.
???: Vert(Sable) a saltire Or a rose Argent for difference
Baxter/Bakster (Scotland) - Papworth's Ordinary.
|Robert MAY.||Gules, a chevron argent between three heads in close-helmets visors open proper.||The hatchment is a "reproduction" of the Arms attributed to Robert May. He was not recorded as being armigerous in the Visitations of Hampshire of 1686. His was listed as the husband of Lucy Hyde.|
|LIMBREY.||Per pale Argent and Gules a chevron between three lions rampant counterchanged a crescent for difference(?).||Blazon: BGA.|
|HAYDOCK||Argent a cross Sable in dexter chief quarter a fleur-de-lis of the second..||Blazon: Harleian Society's Visitation of Hampshire 1530, 1575, 1622-1634
Haydock of Greywell - possibly James Haydock, d.1577
Crest: A demi swan with wings expanded Argent ducally gorged, lined and beaked Gules.
|Philip Lutley SCLATER
|Argent a saltire Azure.||Philip was the son of William Lutley Sclater and married Jane Anne Eliza Blair.
"Sclater (Tangier Park, Co. Hants, and Hoddington House, same co.; WILLIAM LUTLEY SCLATER was son of Rev. BARTHOLOMEW LUTLEY SCLATER Rector of Whittingham, Co. Northumberland, and grandson of RICHARD SCLATER, Esq., of London). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, ar. a saltire az., for Sclater 2nd, gu. a fess betw. eight billets or, for MAY; 3rd, erm. on a fess cotised sa. three crescents or, for BRISTOW. Crest-Out of a ducal coronet or, an eagle rising wings displ. sa. Motto- Except in the Cross.