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On a lozenge
Quarterly of eleven, 1st and 11th, Vert a chevron between three garbs or (Hatton), 2nd, Argent a cross flory between four martlets gules (Goleborne), 3rd, Argent an eagle displayed sable armed proper (Brune), 4th, Gules a fess or between three dolphins naiant vert (Ascham), 5th, Or a bend between three roundels sable (Cotton), 6th Or three piles in point gules (Scott), 7th, Or a lion rampant within a double tressure flory counterflory gules (Stewart), 8th, Argent a lion rampant azure a chief gules (Waltheof), 9th, Or a lion rampant gules (David, King of Scots), 10th, Azure six garbs, three, two and one or (Kevelioc)
On the reverse is a note: Prepared by Charles Roberson, 51 Long Acre, London
For Susannah, 5th dau. of Sir Thomas Hatton, Bt. She died unmarried 4 March 1842, aged 81.
(Monumental Inscription; Elliott Armorial II, 1277)
This hatchment, recorded in 1953, was in an exhibition at Prittlewell Priory in 1966, but went missing: it has been found and is now in the church which has become a private residence.
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