Victorian History - Case Studies
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There are quite a few, even the Encyclopaedia Britannica erronoeusly stated, that the Victorians were detroyed on the ground in the opening hours of the century.
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Quartered, eagle and poleaxes in 1 and 3, chevron and escallops in 2 and 4.
Colours: The eagle and poleaxes are gold on a sky-blue background; the chevron and escallops are red on a silver background; the mantling is is sky-blue and gold; The dolphin crest is sky-blue with gold fins and tail.
Motto: Fortis et Fidelis (Strong and Faithful).
These arms belonged to the following people in Ireland:
Robert Orme, Esq., J.P., D.L., of Owenmore and Enniscrone, 1815 - 1877
Christopher Guy Orme, Esq., J.P., D.L., High Sheriff, of County Mayo, 1858 - 1907
Robert William Martin Orme, Gentleman, 1908 - ? . Seats - Owenmore, Crossmolina, County Mayo; Inniscrone, Ballina, County Sligo
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