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Armorial of the House of Stuart

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The House of Stuart is a noble family of Scottish origin that eventually became monarchs of Scotland, England, Ireland, and Great Britain.

Clan Stewart

Figure Name of armiger and blazon
Arms of Stewart.svg
Stewart (Clan Stewart)

Or, a fess chequy argent and azure of three rows.

House of Stuart

Senior branch

Figure Name of armiger and blazon
Royal Arms of the Kingdom of Scotland.svg
Robert II of Scotland (1316 – 19 April 1390), King of Scotland,

Or, a lion gules within a double tressure flory counter-flory of the same, armed and langued azure (Scotland).

Blason David Stuart (né en 1356) comte de Strathearn et de Caithness.svg
David Stuart (born 1356), Earl of Strathearn and Earl of Caithness, son of preceding,

Or, a lion gules within a double tressure flory counter-flory of the same, armed and langued azure (Scotland), a chevron gules, brochant, a fess chequy argent and azure brochant sur-le-tout (Stuart).[1][better source needed]

Blason de John Stuart Comte de Carrick (Futur Robert III d'Ecosse) (1337 1406).svg
John Stuart (v. 1337 – 4 April 1406), Earl of Carrick, future Robert III of Scotland,

Or, a lion gules within a double tressure flory counter-flory of the same, armed and langued azure (Scotland), a label argent, each point chequy azure and argent.[1]

Blason Alexandre Stuart duc de Ross.svg
Alexander Stuart (30 April 1514, Stirling Castle – 18 December 1515, Stirling Castle), Duke of Ross, son of James IV of Scotland,

Or, a lion gules within a double tressure flory counter-flory of the same, armed and langued azure (Scotland), a fess chequy argent and azure (Stuart), brochant sur-le-tout.[1]

Royal House of Stuart (Stuart-Lennox)

Branch issued from the marriage of Marie Stuart and Henry Stuart, Lord Darnley, (7 December 1545 – 9 or 10 February 1567), Baron Darnley, Duke of Albany and King consort of Scotland,

Figure Name of armiger and blazon
Royal Arms of the Kingdom of Scotland.svg
then
Royal Arms of England (1603-1707).svg
James VI Stuart or James I of England (1566–1625), Kings of Scotland, then King of England,

Or, a lion gules within a double tressure flory counter-flory of the same, armed and langued azure (Scotland), a label argent.

Then,

Quarterly, I and IV grandquarterly: 1 and 4 azure three fleurs de lys or (France modern) and 2 and 3 gules three lions passant guardant or (England) ; II or, a lion gules, double tressure flory and counter-flory of the same (Scotland) and III azure, a harp or, stringed argent (Ireland).

Arms of the Stuart Princes of Wales (1610-1688).svg
Charles Stuart (1630–1685), Prince of Wales, Duke of Cornwall and Duke of Rothesay, future Charles II of England,

Quarterly, I and IV grandquarterly: 1 and 4 azure three fleurs de lys or and 2 and 3 gules three lions passant guardant or; II or, a lion gules, double tressure flory and counter-flory of the same and III azure, a harp or, stringed argent; overall a label argent.

Arms of James Stuart, Duke of York.svg
James Stuart (1633–1701), Duke of York, Duke of Albany, future James II of England,

Quarterly, I and IV grandquarterly: 1 and 4 azure three fleurs de lys or and 2 and 3 gules three lions passant guardant or; II or, a lion gules, double tressure flory and counter-flory of the same and III azure, a harp or, stringed argent ; overall a label argent, on each point three ermine spots sable.

Arms of Henry Stuart, Duke of Gloucester.svg
Henry Stuart (1640–1660), Duke of Gloucester, Earl of Cambridge

Quarterly, I and IV grandquarterly: 1 and 4 azure three fleurs de lys or and 2 and 3 gules three lions passant guardant or; II or, a lion gules, double tressure flory and counter-flory of the same and III azure, a harp or, stringed argent; overall a label argent, on each point three roses gules.

Royal Arms of England (1689-1694).svg
Mary II Stuart, Queen of England and Ireland,

Per pale: 1 quarterly, I and IV grandquarterly: 1 and 4 azure three fleurs de lys or and 2 and 3 gules three lions passant guardant or; II or, a lion gules, double tressure flory and counter-flory of the same and III azure, a harp or, stringed argent; sur le tout azure semy of billets or, a lion of the second brochant, armed and langued gules (Nassau); 2 quarterly, I and IV grandquarterly: 1 and 4 azure three fleurs de lys or and 2 and 3 gules three lions passant guardant or; II or, a lion gules, double tressure flory and counter-flory of the same and III azure, a harp or, stringed argent.

Royal Arms of Great Britain (1707-1714).svg
Anne Stuart, Queen of Great Britain,

Quarterly, I and IV Per pale: 1 gules three lions passant guardant or, 2 or, a lion gules, double tressure flory and counter-flory of the same; II azure three fleurs de lys or; III azure, a harp or, stringed argent.

Branches descended from Charles II of England

House Scott of Buccleuch

Branch descended from James Crofts, illegitimate son of Lucy Walter and of Charles II of England,

Figure Name of armiger and blazon
Arms of the 1st and 2nd Dukes of Buccleuch.svg
James Crofts then James Scott (1 April 1649, Rotterdam –15 July 1685), 1st duke of Monmouth, 1st duke of Buccleuch, illegitimate son of Charles II of England and of his mistress, Lucy Walter, who had followed the king in exile on the continent after execution of Charles I.

Quarterly: I and IV grandquarterly azure three fleurs de lys or France and gules three lions passant guardant or (England); II or, a lion gules, double tressure flory and counter-flory of the same (Scotland) ; III azure, a harp or, stringed argent (Ireland) ; a baton sinister couped argent brochant, sur le tout or a bend azure charged with a mullet of six points and two crescents, one in base, the other in chief of the bend, all of the first (Scott).

Blason Charles Montagu-Scott.svg
Charles William Henry Montagu-Scott (24 May 1772 – 20 April 1819), 4th duke of Buccleuch and 6th duke of Queensberry, etc., son of preceding and of Lady Elizabeth Montagu.

Grand-quarterly:

  • I and IV quarterly: A and D grandquarterly: 1 and 4 azure three fleurs de lys or France and 2 and gules three lions passant guardant or (England); B or, a lion gules, double tressure flory and counter-flory of the same (Scotland); C azure, a harp or, stringed argent (Ireland) ; a baton sinister couped argent brochant,
  • II or a bend azure charged with a mullet of six points and two crescents, one in base, the other in chief of the bend, all of the first (Scott),
  • III: grandquarterly: au I and IV argent three fusils palewise conjoined gules, a bordure sable.
  • IV: or, an eagle displayed vert armed and langued gules (Montagu).
Blason Charles Montagu-Scott.svg
Walter Montagu-Douglas-Scott (25 November 1806 – 16 April 1884), 5th duke of Buccleuch and 7th duke of Queensberry, etc., son of preceding and of Harriet Katherine Townshend, daughter of Thomas Townshend, 1st Viscount Sydney,

Grand-quarterly:

  • I quarterly: A and D grandquarterly : 1 and 4 azure three fleurs de lys or France and 2 and gules three lions passant guardant or (England); B or, a lion gules, double tressure flory and counter-flory of the same (Scotland); C azure, a harp or, stringed argent (Ireland); a baton sinister couped argent brochant,
  • II or a bend azure charged with a mullet of six points and two crescents, one in base, the other in chief of the bend, all of the first (Scott),
  • III quarterly: A and D argent a heart gules crowned with a closed crown or, a chief azure charged with three estoiles argent (Douglas); B and C azure, a bend or, accompanied by six cross crosslets foot fitchy or, in orle (Mar); le tout a bordure or double tressure flory and counter-flory gules,
  • IV quarterly: A argent three fusils palewise conjoined gules, a bordure sable; B or, an eagle displayed vert armed and langued gules (Montagu), C of sable, au lion argent, armed and langued gules, on a franc-canton a cross of Saint George (Churchill), D argent a chevron gules accompanied by three helmets of Conquistadors azure.
  • Arms then used by:

House FitzCharles of Plymouth

Figure Name of armiger and blazon
Blason Charles FitzCharles 1st Earl Plymouth.svg
Charles FitzCharles (1657–1680), 1st Earl of Plymouth, natural son of Charles II of England

Quarterly: I and IV grandquarterly azure three fleurs de lys or (France modern) and gules three lions passant guardant or (England); II or, a lion gules, double tressure flory and counter-flory of the same (Scotland); III azure, a harp or, stringed argent (Ireland); a baton sinister vair.

House FitzRoy of Grafton

Branch descended Charles II of England and his mistress Barbara Palmer

Figure Name of armiger and blazon
Blason Charles Fitzroy, 2e duc de Cleveland.svg
Charles Fitzroy (1662–1730), future duke of Southampton (1675), duke of Cleveland (1709)

Quarterly: I and IV grandquarterly azure three fleurs de lys or (France) and gules three lions passant guardant or (England); II or, a lion gules, double tressure flory and counter-flory of the same (Scotland) ; III azure, a harp or, stringed argent (Ireland) ; a baton sinister argent charged of six ermine spots sable.

Arms of the Duke of Grafton.svg
Henri Charles FitzRoy (1663–1690), 1st Duke of Grafton, 1st earl Euston, 1st Viscount Ipswich, 1st Baron Sudbury,

Quarterly: I and IV grandquarterly azure three fleurs de lys or (France) and gules three lions passant guardant or (England); II or, a lion gules, double tressure flory and counter-flory of the same (Scotland) ; III azure, a harp or, stringed argent (Ireland) ; a baton sinister couped azure compony argent of six pieces.

Blason George Fitzroy, 1er duc de Northumberland.svg
George Fitzroy (1665–1716), future earl of Northumberland (1674), duke of Northumberland (1683), childless,

Quarterly: I and IV grandquarterly azure three fleurs de lys or (France) and gules three lions passant guardant or (England) ; II or, a lion gules, double tressure flory and counter-flory of the same (Scotland) ; III azure, a harp or, stringed argent (Ireland) ; a baton sinister couped azure compony argent of six pieces, each piece argent charged with an ermine spot sable.

House Beauclerk of St Albans

Branch descended from Charles Beauclerk, illegitimate son of Nell Gwynne, mistress of Charles II of England,

Figure Name of armiger and blazon
Blason Charles Ier Beauclerk (1670-1726) 1er duc de Saint-Albans.svg
Charles Beauclerk (1670–1726), 1st Duke of St Albans, earl of Burford and Baron of Heddington,

Quarterly: I and IV, grandquarterly azure three fleurs de lys or (France modern) and gules three lions passant guardant or (England) ; II, or, a lion gules, double tressure flory and counter-flory of the same (Scotland); III, a harp or, stringed argent (Ireland); a baton sinister couped gules, charged with three roses argent, seeded and barbed vert, brochant sur-le-tout.

Blason Charles II Beauclerk (1696-1751) 2e duc de Saint-Albans.svg
Charles Beauclerk (1696–1751), 2nd Duke of St Albans, earl of Burford and Baron of Heddington, Hereditary Grand Falconer of England, son of preceding,

Grand-Quarterly: A and D, of Beauclerk: quarterly: I and IV, grandquarterly azure three fleurs de lys or (France modern) and gules three lions passant guardant or (England) ; II, or, a lion gules, double tressure flory and counter-flory of the same (Scotland); III, a harp or, stringed argent (Ireland); a baton sinister couped gules, charged with three roses argent, seeded and barbed vert, brochant sur-le-tout; C and D de Vere: quarterly gules and or, a mullet argent on the first quarterargent.

House Lennox of Richmond

Branch descended from Charles Lennox, natural son of Charles II of England,

Figure Name of armiger and blazon
Blason Charles Ier Lennox.svg
Charles Lennox (1672–1723), 1st duke of Richmond (2nd creation), 1st duke of Lennox, duke of Aubigny.

Quarterly: I and IV grandquarterly azure three fleurs de lys or (France modern) and gules three lions passant guardant or (England) ; II or, a lion gules, double tressure flory and counter-flory of the same (Scotland) ; III azure, a harp or, stringed argent (Ireland) ; a bordure compony of sixteen pieces argent and gules, each piece argent charged with a rose seeded or and barbed vert (Lennox).

Blason Lennox-Aubigny.svg
Charles Lennox (1764–1819), nephew of preceding, 4th Duke of Richmond, Baron Settingdon and Earl of March, 4th Duke of Lennox, Baron Torbolton and Earl of Darnley, Duke of Aubigny,

Quarterly: I and IV grandquarterly azure three fleurs de lys or (France) and gules three lions passant guardant or (England); II or, a lion gules, double tressure flory and counter-flory of the same (Scotland) ; III azure, a harp or, stringed argent (Ireland); a bordure compony of sixteen pieces argent and gules, each piece argent charged with a rose seeded or and barbed vert (Lennox); sur le tout gules three buckles or (Aubigny).

Blason Gordon-Lennox.svg
Charles Gordon-Lennox (1791–1860), nephew of preceding, 5th Duke of Richmond, Baron Settingdon and Earl of March, 5th Duke of Lennox, Baron Torbolton and Earl of Darnley, Duke of Aubigny,

Grand-quarterly: I and IV grandquarterly azure three fleurs de lys or (France) and gules three lions passant guardant or (England); II or, a lion gules, double tressure flory and counter-flory of the same (Scotland); III azure, a harp or, stringed argent (Ireland); a bordure compony of sixteen pieces argent and gules, each piece argent charged with a rose seeded or and barbed vert (Lennox); sur le tout gules three buckles or (Aubigny); II and III of the grand-quarterly: quarterly I azure three boar's heads or armed gules (Gordon); II or three heads of lion erased gules langued azure (Badenoch); III or, three crescents gules, double tressure flory and counter-flory of the same (Seton); IV azure three cinquefoils or seeded of the field (Fraser).

Branch descended from James II of England

House of FitzJames

Branch descended from James FitzJames, 1st Duke of Berwick, natural son of James II of England,

Figure Name of armiger and blazon
Blason Jacques Fitz-James (1670–1734).svg
James FitzJames (Moulins, 21 August 1670 – 12 June 1734), natural son of James II Stuart, King of England and of Arabella Churchill, sister of John Churchill, duke of Marlborough, 1st Duke of Berwick, 1st earl of Tinmouth, 1st baron of Bosworth, Duke of Liria and Xerica and Grandee of Spain, Duke of Fitz-James and peer of France, Knight of the Order of the Garter (1688, brevet n°498), Knight of the Golden Fleece (1704, brevet n°636), Knight of the Holy Spirit (received 7 June 1724)

Quarterly: I and IV grandquarterly azure three fleurs de lys or (France) and gules three lions passant guardant or (England); II or, a lion gules, double tressure flory and counter-flory of the same (Scotland) ; III azure, a harp or, stringed argent (Ireland); a bordure compony of twelve pieces azure and gules, each piece azure charged with a fleur-de-lys and each piece gules charged with a lion passant guardant or.

Blason Fitz-James, Ducs d'Albe de Tormes.svg
Charles Michel Fitz-James (1794–1835), 14th Duke of Alba (1802) and Grandee of Spain, Duke of Liria and Xerica, Duke of Berwick,

Stuart of Albany

Branch descended from Robert Stuart, Duke of Albany, son of Robert II of Scotland.

Figure Name of armiger and blazon
Blason Robert Stuart d'Albany.svg
Robert (circa 1340 – 3 September 1420 - Stirling), Duke of Albany,

Quarterly: I and IV or a lion gules a label azure in chief, II and III or, a fess chequy argent and azure a label azure in chief.

Blason Murdoch Stuart (1362-1425) Duc d'Albany.svg
Murdoch Stuart (1362–1425), Duke of Albany, son of preceding,

Quarterly: I and IV or, a lion gules, double tressure flory and counter-flory of the same (Scotland) a bordure azure and argent compony of twelve pieces, II or, a fess chequy azure and argent, and III or three lozenges pommety gules double tressure flory and counter-flory of the same.

Blason Alexander Stuart (mort avant le 2 juin 1489) Lord Avandale.svg
Alexander Stuart (died before 2 June 1489), Lord Avandale, great-grandson of preceding,

Quarterly: I or, a lion gules armed and langued azure, double tressure flory and counter-flory of the same (Scotland), II or, a fess chequy azure and argent, III argent, a saltire gules, between four roses of the same, seeded or and barbed vert (Lennox), IV or a lion gules armed and langued azure, a bordure azure and argent compony of twelve pieces.

Blason Andrew Stuart 1er Lord Ochiltree.svg
Andrew Stuart, 1st Lord Ochiltree, grandson of preceding,

Quarterly: I and IV or, a lion gules armed and langued azure, double tressure flory and counter-flory of the same (Scotland), II or, a fess chequy argent and azure a bordure azure and argent compony of twelve pieces a label gules, III argent, a saltire gules, between four roses of the same, seeded or and barbed vert (Lennox), a bordure azure and argent compony of twelve pieces.

Blason Jacques Stuart (mort en 1595) comte d'Arran.svg
James Stuart (assassinated 5 December 1595), Earl of Arran, son of preceding,

Grand quarterly: A and D, quarterly: I and IV or, a lion gules armed and langued azure, double tressure flory and counter-flory of the same (Scotland), II or, a fess chequy argent and azure a bordure azure and argent compony of twelve pieces a label gules, III argent, a saltire gules, between four roses of the same, seeded or and barbed vert (Lennox), a bordure azure and argent compony of twelve pieces ; B and C, quarterly: I and IV gules three cinquefoils argent, each leaf charged with an ermine spot sable, II and III, argent a lymphad with the sails furled sable flagged gules (Hamilton).

Blason Stewart of Ardvorlich.svg
Alexander Stuart (born around 1557), 1st Lord of Ardvorlich, descendant of James Stuart, fourth son of Murdoch Stuart, who had fled to Ireland,

Quarterly: I and IV or, a lion gules armed and langued azure, double tressure flory and counter-flory of the same (Scotland), II or, a fess chequy argent and azure in chief a mullet gules, III argent, a saltire gules, between four roses of the same, seeded or and barbed vert (Lennox), a bordure azure and argent engrailed and compony of twelve pieces.

Stuart of Darnley

Figure Name of armiger and blazon
Stewart of Darnley arms.svg
John Stuart of Darnley, Seneschal,

Or, a fess chequy azure and argent, a baton gules.[2][better source needed]

Arms of Stewart.svg
Alexander Stuart, 1st Earl of Buchan,

Or, a fess chequy argent and azure.[1]

Blason-John-Stuart-of-Darnley.svg
John Stuart (circa 1381 – 17 August 1424), Lord Darnley, 1st Lord of Aubigny, Lord of Concressault and Count of Evreux,

Quarterly: I and IV azure three fleurs de lys or, a bordure gules with eight buckles or; II and III or, a fess chequy argent and azure of three rows (Stuart) a cottice gules.

Coat of Arms of Henry Stewart, Lord Darnley.svg
Lord Darnley (29 July 1565 – 10 February 1567), King consort of Scots to Queen Mary, Duke of Albany, Lord of Darnley,

Earls, then Dukes of Lennox

Figure Name of armiger and blazon
Blason John Stuart de Darnley (mort en 1495) 1er Comte de Lennox (1473 - 2e création).svg
John Stewart (died 1495), 1st Earl of Lennox (1473 – 2nd creation[a]), Baron of Tolborton, grandson of preceding,

Quarterly: I and IV azure three fleurs de lys or, a bordure gules with eight buckles or ; II and III or, a fess chequy argent and azure of three rows (Stuart) a bordure engrailed gules ; sur le tout argent, a saltire gules, between four roses of the same, seeded or and barbed vert (Lennox).

Blason Esmé Stuart (1542-1583) 1er Duc de Lennox.svg
Esmé Stewart (1542–1583), 7th Earl of Lennox (1580), then 1st duke of Lennox (1581–creation), earl of Darnley,

Quarterly: I and IV azure three fleurs de lys or, a bordure engrailed or ; II and III or, a fess chequy argent and azure of three rows (Stuart) a bordure gules with eight buckles or ; sur le tout argent, a saltire gules, between four roses of the same, seeded or and barbed vert (Lennox).

Stuart of Bute

Figure Name of armiger and blazon
Arms of Stuart, Marquess of Bute.svg
James Stuart of Bute, (deceased 4 June 1710), 3rd Baronet Stuart of Ardmaleish, 1st earl of Bute (1703),

Quarterly: I and IV or, a fess chequy argent and azure of three rows, double tressure flory and counter-flory gules, II and III argent a lion gules armed and langued azure.

Arms of Stuart of Bute.svg
John Stuart of Bute (25 May 1713 – 10 March 1792), 3rd Earl of Bute, minister of State and Prime Minister of Great Britain from 1762 to 1763.

Or, a fess chequy argent and azure of three rows, within a double tressure flory and counter-flory gules.

Other branches

Figure Armiger and Blazon
Stewart (Earl of Galloway) arms.svg
Stewart earl of Galloway, Branch descended from Alexander Stewart (deceased 1649), 1st earl of Galloway,

Or, a fess chequy argent and azure of three rows, double tressure flory and counter-flory gules, a bend engrailed of the same.

Stuart de Rothesay arms.svg
barons Stewart of Rothesay

Or, a fess chequy argent and azure of three rows in chief a mullet argent, double tressure flory and counter-flory gules.

Arms of Stewart, Earl of Atholl (1596 creation).svg
Stewart of Atholl,

Quarterly or a fess chequy argent and azure (Stewart) and or three pallets sable (Earl of Atholl).[3]

Arms used by: John Stewart (1440 – 15 September 1512, Laighwood), 1st earl of Atholl,

Stewart of Barclye arms.svg
Stewart of Barclye,

Or a fess chequy argent and azure, a bend engrailed gules brochant in chief a mullet of the same.[3]

Stewart of Garlies arms.svg
Stewart of Garlies,

Or, a fess chequy argent and azure of three rows, a bend engrailed gules brochant.[3]

Stewart of Blantyre arms.svg
Stewart of Minto,

Or a fess chequy argent and azure, a bend engrailed gules brochant in chief a rose of the same.[3]

Blason Stewart of Physgill (Ecosse).svg
Stewart of Physgill,

Or a fess chequy argent and azure, a bend engrailed brochant gules charged in chief with a buckle of the field.[3][better source needed]

Stuart of Blantyre.svg
Lords Blantyre, Branch descended from Walter Stewart (deceased 8 Mars 1617), 1st Lord Blantyre (1606),

Argent, a fess chequy argent and azure of three rows in chief a mullet of the second, a bend engrailed gules, in chief a rose of the same seeded and barbed or.

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Earldom granted by King James I

References

  1. ^ a b c d Bunel, Arnaud (1997–2011). "Folio 64r of l'". Armorial de Gelre. Archived from the original on 25 November 2018.[self-published source]
  2. ^ Bunel, Arnaud (1997–2011). "Folio 64v of l'". Armorial de Gelre.[self-published source]
  3. ^ a b c d e "Pages of blasons illustrées". rolo.eu.[self-published source]

Further reading

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