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Arms of Thomas Manners

Earl of Rutland (?-1543)

Blazon: Per quarterly, I and IV or two bars azure, a chief per quarterly i and iv azure two fleurs-de-lis or, ii and iii gules a lion passant guardant or (Manners); II per quarterly, i gules three water-bougets argent (Ros), ii azue a Catherine wheel or (Belvoir), iii gules three Catherine wheels argent (Espec), iv argent a fess double-cotised gules (Badlesmere); III per quarterly i gules three lions passant guardant or within a bordure argent (Holland, Earls of Kent), ii and iii argent a saltire engrailed gules (Tiptoft); iv or a lion rampant gules (Charleton, Barons of Powys)

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Doodles and Lines 29: Three Dimensions

When I’m researching, I often check out the children’s section of the library because some of the more basic books have great information presented simply. I had the idea for this fleur de lis after flipping through… 147 more words

Creative Quests

Mardi Gras - Fleur De Lis Cookies

The carnival season is starting soon and with it comes loads of celebrations, parades and indulgence. I decided to make some themed cookies for Mardi Gras using metallic edible paints to accent the designs. 102 more words

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Arms of Henry Pole

Lord Montague (1492-1539)

Blazon: Per quarterly; I per quarterly i and iv azure three fleurs-de-lis or, ii and iii gules three lions passant guardant in pale or, armed and langued azure, overall a label of three points argent, each point charged with a canton gules (Plantagenets, Dukes of Clarence); II per pale or and sable, a saltire engrailed counterchanged (Pole); III gules a saltire argent (Neville), a label of three points of the last, each point charged with two bars azure; IV gules a fess between six cross crosslets or (Beauchamp)

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Laissez les bon temps roulez!

Here in the south we have 4 seasons- Football, Hunting, Mardi Gas and Crawfish! Some may say we are missing out on the winter and spring seasons… we say we are blessed with the bounty of good food and a good time – Laissez les bon temps roulez  (let the good times roll)… In our little part of the boot (pun intended) we are rolling into Mardi Gras season! 74 more words

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Arms of Charles Gordon-Lennox

Earl of March 1791-1860, 5th duke of Richmond, Lennox, and Aubigny, earl of Darnley, baron Settrington, lord Torbolton 1819-1860 (1791-1860)

Blazon: Per quarterly I and IV per quarterly i and iv per quarterly 1 and 4 azure three fleurs-de-lis or (France), 2 and 3 gules three lions passant guardant in pale or, armed and langued azure (England), ii or a lion rampant within a tresseure flory counter-flory gules (Scotland), iii azure a harp or (Ireland), overall in the fess point an escutcheon gules three round buckles or (Aubigny), all within a bordure compony argent a rose gules, seeded, slipped, and leaved proper and gules (from the Lennox arms); II and III per quarterly i azure three boars’ heads couped or (Gordon), ii or three lions’ heads erased gules langued azure (Badenoch), iii or three crescents within a tresseure flory counter-flory gules (Seton), iv azure three cinquefoils or* (Fraser)
*The cinquefoils are usually argent

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