English: arms of the Carter of Castle Martin, ref: The general armory of England, Scotland, Ireland, and Wales; comprising a registry of armorial bearings from the earliest to the present time. by Burke, Bernard, Sir, 1814-1892. Crest—Lions, rampant, combatant. Carter is an occupational name meaning "a maker or driver of carts". FAMILY MOTTO: VICTRIX PATIENTIA DURIS (Latin) - meaning "patience is victorious in hardship".

Margaret of Anjou (1430 –1482) - wife of Henry VI; a key figure in the Wars of the Roses & at times personally led the Lancastrians. She lost her son Edward, Prince of Wales, at the Battle of Tewkesbury.

The Royal Arms of Scotland.

Arbella Stuart was a direct descendant of King Henry VII of England. As the only child of Charles Stuart, Earl of Lennox and Elizabeth Cavendish, she was a grandchild of Matthew Stewart, 4th Earl of Lennox and Margaret Douglas, who was, in turn, the daughter of Margaret Tudor, widow of James IV of Scotland, mother of James V of Scotland, and daughter of England's Henry VII. Margaret Douglas was the product of Margaret Tudor's second marriage, to Archibald Douglas, 6th Earl of Angus

Tudor and Stuart Royals, a painting at Leeds Castle Henry VII; Henry VIII; Edward VI; Mary I; Elizabeth I; James I; Henry, Prince of Wales; Charles I; Anne of Denmark; Frederick V, King of Bohemia; Elizabeth, Queen of Bohemia

My Coat of Arms...love being Irish!

The Royal Arms of Scotland

irish coat of arms

James I, King of England and Scotland | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

James III, King of Scotland, great-grandfather of Mary, Queen of Scots James III (10 July 1451 – 11 June 1488) was King of Scots from 1460 to 1488. James was an unpopular and ineffective monarch owing to an unwillingness to administer justice fairly, a policy of pursuing alliance with the Kingdom of England, and a disastrous relationship with nearly all his extended family.

James IV, King of Scotland, Husband of Margaret Tudor, grandfather of Mary Queen of Scots by lisby1, via Flickr

Lawrence Coat of Arms - Irish

Queen Mary with her two eldest sons, Edward Prince of Wales (later King Edward VIII) and Prince Albert (later King George VI)

Jacobus Houbraken - Henry Prince of Wales. Engraving, 1738, after a painting by Oliver Henry Prince of Wales Son of King James I, in the collection of Dr. Mead.

Bookplate of John Sweetland| Description: States, 'John Sweetland' with motto 'Integritate vicimus;' features a quartered shield with a tree and three roses in two sections and two seashells and a stripe with a crescent in the other two sections. The crest features a cubit arm in armor holding flowers. Unsigned. Format: 1 print, col., 11 x 8 cm.

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Scottish Arms and Heraldry records online. Coat of Arms from Scotland's people.

Byrne Coat of Arms In the Irish language, 'Ó Broin' means "descendant of Bran". The name has been traced back to the ancient Celtic chieftain, Bran mac Máelmórda, King of Leinster, deposed in 1018, (d. 1052), who belonged to the Uí Dúnlainge dynasty. He was descended from Cathair Mór, an earlier king of Leinster, who was, according to medieval Irish legend and historical tradition, also monarch of all Ireland around 200 AD. The clan's motto is the Latin phrase Certavi et vici

Edward, Prince of Wales in 1932 (Later to become Edward the VIII and abdicate the throne)

King George V

The young Prince Edward, known in his family as David (later King Edward VIII/Duke of Windsor) in robes and coronet at his investiture as Prince of Wales in 1911. He was said to have hated the entire ordeal and to have been very embarrassed by it.