Marris Heraldry

These are the arms of Harold Colquhoun Marris OBE (1883-1966), granted by the College of Arms in 1940. See below for the quarterings.

 

The quarterings are as follows (L to R, top to bottom): 

  Gules a saltire engrailed argent charged with an ogress (Marris Modern).
  Argent a lion rampant sable armed and langued (Marris Ancient).  These arms were borne by Herbert de Marisco at the Dunstable Tournament 1308.
  Argent a fesse dancette between three billets gules (de la Launde).
  Argent three escallops in bend gules between two escutcheons sable (de la Haye).
  Vert three lions passant argent armed and langued gules (Camville).
  Gules three mullets argent (Hansard).
  Gules two bars or (Harcourt). 
  Gules six billets ermine, three two and one (Brignell).
  Gules a saltire argent (Neville).
  Azure a maunch or (Conyers).
Gules a cross argent (de Vesci).
  Gules a saltire engrailed argent charged with an ogress (Marris Modern).

 

And here is a pretty version: