St. George, Henry, Sir, Norroy, afterwards Garter, King-of-Arms

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Epithet: Garter King of Arms 1703

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Epithet: Norroy, afterwards Garter, King-of-Arms

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creatorOf EGMONT PAPERS. Vol. CCLX (ft. i+135). Egmont MS. 177. Miscellaneous genealogies with roughly tricked arms, extracts from charters, church notes, etc. by Nicholas Charles, Lancaster Herald; circ. 1607-1612 (see ff. 3b, 64b). At the end are indexes to ..., approximately 1607-1612 British Library
creatorOf EGMONT PAPERS. Vols. CCLXVI-CCLXVIII. Heraldic and genealogical manuscripts of Henry Lilly (d. 1638), Rouge Dragon Pursuivant of Arms; circ. 1630-1637. The MSS. appear from occasional notes in his hand to have belonged to Sir Henry St. George the you..., approximately 1630-1637 British Library
referencedIn TREATISES and collections of Robert Hegge, viz. 1. "Saint Cuthbert or The Histories of his Churches at Lindisfarne, Cuncacestre and Dunholme," by R. Hegge (printed, in 1663, as "The Legend of St. Cuthbert"), f. 6. 2. Verses on George [Villiers] Duke ..., 17th century British Library
referencedIn EGMONT PAPERS. Vol. CCLXVIII (ff. i+166). Egmont MS. 183. 'Pedigrees of the Nobility by Lilly' (sic title on spine); pedigrees mainly in the band of Henry Lilly, Rouge Dragon, to 1637 (f. 115b) accompanied by coats of arms, some in colour. Possibly c... British Library
referencedIn JOHN LELAND, Collectanea: fragments. For an account of this MS., which seems to have become separated from the rest of the "Colleetanea" some time before the middle of the 17th cent., see his Itinerary, ed. L. Toulmin Smith, 1907, i, p. xxx, ii, p. 1..., 16th century British Library
creatorOf EGMONT PAPERS. Vol. CCLVI (ff. ii+144). Egmont MS. 273. Collections relating to the family of Zouche; 1606. A list of contents by Robert Dale, Richmond Herald 1721, is at ff. 121-132. A St. George press-mark 'A.18' appears on the spine, cf. E. Bernar..., 1606 British Library
creatorOf EGMONT PAPERS. Vol. CCLIII. Egmont MS. 231. Entry-book of the Court of Castle Chamber (or Star Chamber) in Dublin, containing orders or decrees of the court and statements of the cases to which they refer; circ. 1573-1620. Described and calendared in..., approximately 1573-1620 British Library
creatorOf EGMONT PAPERS. Vol. CCLII (ff. vi+6). Egmont MS. 197. Roll of arms with the title (on the original back cover, f. vi), 'The Armes of ye Gentry of Devonshire and Cornewell in the time of Henry the sixth', and (in another hand) 'called Joseph Hollands ..., 15th century-16th century British Library
creatorOf EGMONT PAPERS. Vols. CCLXIII, CCLXIV. Heraldic and genealogical collections of Sir Richard St. George, Clarenceux King of Arms, with additions mainly by his nephew, Thomas St. George of Hatley St. George, co. Camb. (adm. Gray's Inn 1627, d. 1636; cf...., approximately 1628-1682 British Library
creatorOf EGMONT PAPERS. Vol. CCLIX (ff. i+35). Egmont MS. 250 (i). (1) Shields in trick, arranged four to a page, with names and occasional notes, by Nicholas Charles, Lancaster; the date 'l608' appears on f. 4 and an index (f. 27) by Sir Henry St. George, th... British Library
creatorOf EGMONT PAPERS. Vol. CCLXIX. (ff. i+41). Egmont MS. 199. Achievements of arms of Irish peers, circ. 1661-1665, with minor additions by Sir Henry St. George, the younger, Garter (d. 1715). The shields of arms include those of 'Oliver Fitzwilliams, Earl... British Library
creatorOf EGMONT PAPERS. Vol. CCLXX (ff. ii+46). Egmont MS. 274. Notebook compiled by Gregory King, Rouge Dragon (Lancaster Herald 1689-1712), during the heraldic visitation of Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire, when he accompanied Sir Henry St. George the yo... British Library
creatorOf TREATISE on the blazonry of arms, in twelve chapters, in French; with arms in gold and silver, and in colours. Beginning, "Pource que a toutes maniers de gens nobles." Between the 5th and 6th chapters, f. 9, is a tract in French, describing the arms ..., 15th century British Library
referencedIn GRANT by Sir Thomas and Sir Henry St. George, respectively Garter and Clarenceux Kings of Arms, with the consent of Henry [Howard], Duke of Norfolk, Earl Marshal, of an alteration of the crest of Sir Henry Goodrick, 2nd Bart., Privy Councillor, Lieut... British Library
referencedIn EGMONT PAPERS. Vol. CCLVIII (ff. ii+196). Egmont MS. 230. Arms in trick of English sovereigns from Edward the Confessor to James I, with creations of nobility in their respective reigns, to 1608, by Nicholas Charles, Lancaster Herald. Each coat is ac... British Library
creatorOf EGMONT PAPERS. Vol. CCLXV. Egmont MS. 257. Collection relating to the coronation ceremony of Charles I, etc., viz.:-(1) Copies by Sir Henry St. George, the elder (d. 1644), Garter King of Arms, of letters patent, 5-30 Jan. 1625/6, concerning the crea..., 17th century British Library
referencedIn PEDIGREES of English families, by Henry St. George, afterwards Garter King of Arms, viz.:--Barrett of Essex, ff. 7 b, 14. Clifford, L 10 b. De Vescye, f. 11. Mantell, f. 11 b. Cantlow, f. 12. Bryan, f. 13. Fitzherbert, f. 14. Allen of Buekenhall, ff...., approximately 1630 British Library
referencedIn EGMONT PAPERS. Vol. CCLXXVI (ff. 113). Miscellaneous heraldic and genealogical papers, mostly from the collections of the St. George family, found loose in Vols. CCLII-CCLXX. The contents include:-(1) Pedigrees, etc., by Nicholas Charles (d. 1613), L..., 1609-1681 British Library
creatorOf EGMONT PAPERS. Vol. CCLIV (ff. ii+135). Egmont MS. 196. Creations of nobility (1136-1627); 1604-1627. Autograph, except for ff . 5, 28-35b, 38-40, 44b-45, 52, 53b, 74b-75, 91b-93b, 104-104b, and additions in the autograph of Sir Henry St. George the ..., 1604-1627 British Library
creatorOf EGMONT PAPERS. Vol. CCLV (ff. iii+196). Egmont MS. 184. Miscellaneous pedigrees from records, etc.; 1606-circ. 1620. Pedigrees in the autograph of Sir Henry St. George the elder, Garter, are at ff. 23b-25, and a note by Sir Henry St. George the young..., 1606-approximately 1620 British Library
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Dunholme, Lincolnshire
Huntingdonshire, England
Ireland, Europe
Warwick, Warwickshire
Chester-le-Street, Durham
Worcester, Worcestershire
Salisbury, Wiltshire
Cornwall, England
Wales, United Kingdom
Lindisfarne, Durham
Ireland, Europe
Devonshire, England
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
Lewes, Sussex
Dunboyne, Meath
Raby Castle, Durham
Fenwick Tower, Northumberland
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