The Palliser coat of arms

 

Coat of arms of John Palliser of Newby Wiske (1577-1623)

 

SOME SOURCES FOR THE PALLISER COATS OF ARMS, ARE AS FOLLOWS:

Dugdale's Visitation, 21st Aug 1665, Palleser of Newby Wiske
Respite given for proofe of these armes, but nothing done in it.
Arms - Per pale sable and argent, three lions rampant counterchanged
Crest - Out of a ducal coronet gules a demi-eagle displayed or.
(In other words, the family had no proof, at that time, that the arms had ever been granted)
(Descended from John Palliser of Newby Wiske, 1577-1623 - Group 1)

Burke's Peerage, 1829, Sir Hugh Palliser
Creation
- 25th June, 1773
Arms - Per pale sa. and ar., three lions rampant counterchanged
Crest - Out of a ducal coronet gu., a demi-eagle, wings elevated, or.
(Baronetcy created for Admiral Sir Hugh Palliser 1723-1796 with the grant of arms in 1773)
(Descended from John Palliser of Newby Wiske, 1577-1623 - Group 1)

Burke's Landed Gentry, 1898, vol II, Palliser of Annestown
Arms
- Per pale sa, and arg., three lions rampant counterchanged.
Crest - Out of a ducal coronet gu., a demi-eagle, wings elevated, or.
Motto -
Deo Volente
(Descended from John Palliser of Newby Wiske, 1577-1623 - Group 1)

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