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Grosvenor of Eaton
Arms: Quarterly of twelve:
1 Azure, a garb Or [Grosvenor]
2 Sable a cross patonce Argent [Pulford]
3 Azure, three pheasants Or [Fesant]
4 Quarterly Argent and Sable, a cross patonce counterchanged [Eaton]
5 Vert, three stumps of trees couped and eradicated Or [ ]
6 Argent, a bend Sable between three ogresses [ ]
7 Azure, an eagle displayed Argent [Cotton]
8 Gules, three swords erect (two and one) Argent hilts Or [ ]
9 Or, six eagles displayed (three, two and one) Sable a canton Ermine
10 Argent, three birds Gules [ ]
11 Azure, two bars Argent [Wilbraham]
12 Or, a fess Azure [ ]
Crest: A talbot statant Or.
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