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Archaeologia Cantiana Vol. 58 - 1945 page 23
            COATS OF ARMS IN QUEENBOROUGH CASTLE. By B. H. D’Elboux, M.C., M.A., F.S.A. Continued

 36. Sr Nicholas Clyfford.
       Checky or & azure a fess and a border gules, on the fess a
          crescent or for difference.

         Apparently the son of Henry and his wife, Ann Devereux..
         Shown in Visitation of 1574 as a Knight, but this visitation
         was badly edited and contains later additions, unnoted as
         such. He married d. of Sir William Drury and had one child,
         Ursula, married to William Isley; Streatfeild says he was of
         Bobbing; Knighted at Rouen by the Earl of Essex, 1591.

 37. Sr Edward Brooke.
       Gules, on a chevron argent, a lion rampant sable, in dexter
          chief a crescent or for difference.

          Visitation of Kent, 1619, says 2nd son of Thomas Brooke,
          who married Susan, d. of John Cranmer, (There was another
          son, not in Visitation, Thomas, of Chislet Park) and was 2nd
          son of John Lord Cobham. Waller (A.C., XI, 112) says his
          father Thomas was 3rd son of Thomas, Lord Cobham. He is
          down as "slain in battle," probably in the French expedition,
          since he is here among the 1591 Knights. Shaw lists him 1599
          (1591).
 38. Sr Conyers Clyfford.
      As for 36.
        3rd son of George of Bobbing; married Mary, d. of Francis
        Southwell of Windham Hall, Norfolk, as 3rd husband;
        Governor of Connaught and Privy Councillor of Ireland; he,

        too, is down as Knight in Visitation of 1574; Knighted Rouen,
        1591; will 1600 (sentence 49, Wallop); his widow married Sir
        Anthony St. Leger, Master of the Rolls in Ireland, and was
        buried 1603, aet. 37, St. Patrick's, Dublin.

 39. Sr Edwarde Wotton.
       Argent, a saltire engrailed sable.
        
After Lord Wotton and Lord Lieut. Kent t. James I; married
         (1) Hester, d. and coheir of Sir Willm. Pickering; she died
         1592; (2) Margaret, d. of Philip Lord Wharton; Knighted,
         1592.

 40. Sr Anthony St Leger.
       Azure, fretty argent, a chief or, thereon a crescent gules for
          difference.

         Of Wierton House, Boughton Monchelsea; Master of the
         Rolls in Ireland; married (1) Eleanor, d. of Richard Markham
         of Sedgbrook, co. Lincoln (she ob. 1598, s.p. bur. St.
         Sepulchre's, London); (2) Mary, d. of Francis Southwell, as
         4th husband (see No. 38); Knighted, 1593.

 41. Sr. Thomas Moore.
        Azure, on a chief indented or 3 mullets gu, in fess point a
          crescent or for difference.  

          3rd, but 2nd surviving son of John Moore of Moore Court 
          in Benenden (see no. 16); of King's County, Ireland;
          Knighted by Sr William Fitzwilliam, Lord Deputy, 28 May,
         1593.

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