Hatchment

Hatchment

Mrs. Dorothy Eve, the wife of Charles Eve, of Canterbury, Gent, died on June ye 16th 1755. Interred here the 26th instant aged 31 years" .Motto: In vitae medio morimur Church of Saints Peter and Paul, Lynsted, Kent,Hatchments - Funerary Coats of Arms and practices

Hatchments - Funerary Coats of Arms and practices

Hatchment in the Church of St. Mary, at Boyton, Wilts, England

Hatchment in the Church of St. Mary, at Boyton, Wilts, England

Hatchments of the Duke of Dorset / Sackville Arms / - Funerary Coats of Arms and practices -

How and why hatchments were used. How to read hatchments and funerary monuments in churches, and work out family relationships

Hatchment in the Church of the Holy Cross, at Seend, Wilts., England

Hatchment in the Church of the Holy Cross, at Seend, Wilts.

Hatchment of John Baker-Holroyd (d.1821), 1st Earl of Sheffield, and his second wife, Lady Anne North.

Hatchment of John Baker-Holroyd Earl of Sheffield, and his second wife, Lady Anne North.

Hatchment

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Hatchment in the Church of St. Peter at Matlaske, Norfolk, England - Arms of Dennis Whitaker Gunton, d. 1842

Hatchment in the Church of St. Peter at Matlaske, Norfolk, England - Arms of Dennis Whitaker Gunton, d.

Hatchment in St. Dunstan, at West Peckham, Kent, England

Hatchment in St. Dunstan, at West Peckham, Kent, England

Large Early 19th Century Scottish Antique Coat of Arms or Hatchment, Representing the Wallace Family

Large Early Century Scottish Antique Coat of Arms or Hatchment, Representing the Wallace Family

Hatchment in the Church of St. Nicholas, at Landwade, Suffolk, England

Hatchment in the Church of St. Nicholas, at Landwade, Suffolk, England

[14889] Bishopthorpe : Hatchment by Budby, via Flickr

[14889] Bishopthorpe : Hatchment by Budby, via Flickr

All Saints, Salhouse, Norfolk Hatchments - Funerary Coats of Arms and practices

How and why hatchments were used. How to read hatchments and funerary monuments in churches, and work out family relationships

Hatchment in the Church of St. Nicholas, at Denston, Suffolk, England

Hatchment in the Church of St. Nicholas, at Denston, Suffolk, England

Hatchment in St. Dunstan, at West Peckham, Kent, England

Hatchment in St. Dunstan, at West Peckham, Kent, England

A PAINTED CANVAS HATCHMENT WITH THE ARMS OF JOHN CAMPBELL, 2ND EARL OF BREADALBANE AND HIS SECOND WIFE HENRIETTA FIRST HALF 18TH CENTURY The arms of the 2nd Earl of Breadalbane impaling Villiers beneath a Countess's coronet and supported by two stags, with motto 'FOLLOW ME', restored 83½ in.high

A PAINTED CANVAS HATCHMENT WITH THE ARMS OF JOHN CAMPBELL, 2ND EARL OF BREADALBANE AND HIS SECOND WIFE HENRIETTA FIRST HALF 18TH CENTURY The arms of the 2nd Earl of Breadalbane impaling Villiers beneath a Countess's coronet and supported by two stags, with motto 'FOLLOW ME', restored 83½ in.high

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