Document ReferencePl C 52/82
TitleLetter from Sir Isaac Heard (Garter), College of Arms, London, to [W.H.C. Cavendish-Bentinck]; 21 Oct. 1801
Date21 October 1801
Extent2 ff
Content DescriptionThanks duke for his letter; provides some history of the Badges of Ogle, which he has discovered from the 'ancient MS' he mentioned in his last letter; writes that the badge of the 'Demi Rose Argent' was granted to Lord Ogle by King Edward IV; proves this by arguing that this badge was so entered with arms of Lord Ogle in Glover's 'Baronage' and also by the alliance of Robert, Lord Ogle, and Anne, daughter of Thomas Lumley Knight (son of Lord George Lumley) by Elizabeth Plantagenet, natural daughter of the King; reminds the duke that the white rose was the badge of the house of York, and the red was that of Lancaster; on account of these authorities, thinks the duke will agree on the entry of these arms into the Records of the College, based on the sketch he previously sent to the duke.
Termheraldry, coats of arms

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA6462Edward IV (1442-1483 ); King of England; ( succeeded 1461)1442-1483
NA41394Ogle; Robert (c.1490-c.1532); 4th Baron Oglec.1490-c.1532
NA41395Ogle; Anne (fl 1520s); Baroness Ogle; née Lumley dau. of Mr Thomas Lumley; wife of 4th Baron Oglefl 1520s
NA41396Lumley; Thomas (-1487); Mr; son of George 2nd Baron Lumley-1487
NA41397Lumley; Elizabeth (fl 1440-1470); Mrs; illegitimate daughter of Edward IV; wife of Thomas Lumleyfl 1440-1470
NA13338Heard; Isaac (1730-1822); Sir; Garter king-of-arms1730-1822
NA905Bentinck; William H.C. Cavendish- (1738-1809); 3rd Duke of Portland; succ. 17621738-1809
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