|SQUYARE||a) Or on a chief Sable a mullet Argent in dexter.
b) Or on a chief Sable a star Argent in dexter.
|a) Lyndsay of the Mount, 1542 - DL469|
b) Forman-Workman's Roll, 1566
|SQUIRE(?)||Argent on a chief Sable a mullet Or in dexter.||Queen Mary's Roll, 1562 - QM109|
|SQUIRE or SQUYER|
|Or on a chief Sable two mullets Argent.||a) Slains Armorial, 1565 - SL566|
b) Hague Roll 1592
c) George Mackenzie of Rosehaugh Scotland's Herauldrie 1680
d) Alexander Nisbet's System of Heraldry 1722
|Or a rose Sable seeded of the First on a chief of the second a swan's head and neck erased between two mullets of the first.||Court of the Lord Lyon |
24 December 1984, 67/17
|Sable three swan's heads and necks Argent langued Gules.||Harleian Society's Visitation of London 1568|
of Hanbery, co. Worcs
|Quarterly 1st & 4th Argent a squirrel sejant Gules cracking a nut Or 2nd & 3rd Sable two lions passant guardant per pale Argent and Or.||Harleian Society's Visitation of Worcester 1569|
of Barton Place, co. Suffolk
2. William Charles Squire
3. Cdr Mountjoy Squire RN
|Sable three swans' heads and neck within a bordure Argent.||a) Burke's Landed Gentry 1847/9|
b) Additional Genealogical Research.
It would appear that Captain Squire was in Argentina in 1876 with his son Adolphus.
Chairman of the Heraldry Society of Scotland - 2002 to 2008
|That Arms of the Heraldry Society of Scotland:
Azure on a saltire Argent between two thistles slipped Argent one in chief and one in base an escutcheon Gules
Impaling the Arms of Squire:
Or a rose Sable seeded of the First on a chief of the second a swan's head and neck erased between two mullets of the first differenced with a label of three points Gules.
|Heraldry Society of Scotland |