Arms of Walter de Eureux


Earl of Salisbury*

From p81 of Lacies Nobilitie by Sir John Ferne (1586)

Blazon: Paly of six gules and vair on a chief or a lion passant sable

*Walter was probably not the Earl of Salisbury, given that the title was created for his son Patrick in 1141 when Patrick came over to the side of Empress Matilda during the Anarchy.

Arms of François de Harlay de Champvalon


Archbisop of Rouen 1651-1671, Archbishop of Paris 1671-1695, duke of Saint-Cloud 1674-1695 (1625-1695)

Blazon: Party of eight, I or a fess chequy gules and argent (La Marck), II azure an escutcheon* argent within an orle or and eight crosses couped of the second also in orle (Brézé), III argent three bars gules (Croÿ), IV azure three fleurs-de-lis or surmounted by a baton in bend gules (Bourbon), V azure semé of cross crosslets fitchy or a lion rampant argent (Sarrebruck), VI paly of six or and gules (Amboise), VII per quarterly i and iv lozengy in bend argent and azure (Bavaria), ii and iii sable a lion rampant crowned or, armed and langued gules (Brabant), VIII azure six plates in pile and a chief or (Poitiers-Valentinois); overall in the fess point an escutcheon argent two palets sable (Harlay)

*This charge seems to be depicted as a pale couped here instead of the escutcheon specified in the blazon.

Arms of Henri de Joyeuse

Duke of Joyeuse 1592-1608, count of Batarnay and Bouchage (1563-1608)

Blazon: Per quarterly I and IV paly of six or and azure, on a chief gules three hydras of the first (Chateauneuf-Randon de Joyeuse); II and III azure a lion rampant argent within a bordure gules semé de lis or (Saint-Didier); overall an escutcheon per quarterly or and azure (Batarnay)