Family Coats of Arms
The Coat of Arms of the Hulley family
of Rainow near Macclesfield, Cheshire.
ARDERNE HULLEY, Esquire, J.P, Natal. Born
1838, being the son of Jasper Hulley, Esq., of The One House, Rainow,
in the county palatine of Chester, by his wife Maria, dau. of Phillip
Holland of Hordern, Rainow. Livery - Green, with yellow
facings. Armorial bearings -
Sable, three piles or, two issuant from the chief and one from
the base, each charged with a hillock vert, with 47 quarterings
(for Arderne, Glanville, Sackville, Oreby, Montalt, D'Albini, St.
Hilary, Kevellioc, Gernon, Meschines, Lupus, Lupus, Algar, Wetenhall,
Wetenhall, Leigh of Baguley, Venables, Leigh of Westhall, De Lega,
Swinehead, Baguley, Corona, Donne, Kingsley, Sylvester, Thornton,
Kingsley, Sylvester, Hellesby, Hatton, Fitz Ivor, Crispin, Leigh,
De Lega, Alperam, Donne, Kingsley, Sylvester, Thornton, Kingsley,
Sylvester, Hellasby, Hatton, Fitz Ivor, Crispin, and Weaver).
Mantlin sable and ore. Crest
- On a wreath of the colours, a demi-cat-a-mountain regardant argent,
holding between the paws and escocheon or, charged with a hillock
vert. Motto - "One House, One
Faith". Married Fanny Cecilia, dau. of Arthur Clarence,
Esq., High Sheriff of Natal; and has Issue - (1) Jasper
Donne Clarence Hulley, Gentlemen, b. 1877; (2) Arthur Booth
Hulley, Gentlemen, b. 1883; Ethel Maria Sawyer; Mary Arderne;
and Ellie Gorton. Estate - The One House, Rainow, Cheshire.
Club - Junior Constitutional.
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