ARMS of James Stamford Caldwell
1787-1858
of Linley Wood, Talke, Staffordshire, England

Arms.  Quarterly: 1st and 4th, per pale, sa. and vert, a stag's head, couped, arg.; in chief, three cold wells, ppr., for Caldwell; 2nd and 3rd, arg, two bars, az.; on a canton, gu., a gauntle, grasping a broken sword, ppr., hilt and pommel, gold for Stamford.
Crest.  A lion, couchant, arg., gorged with two bars, the upper, sa., the lower vert, holding between the paws a cold well, ppr.  These arms were granted 9 April 1840.  The deer head is for Stamford.
Motto.  Niti Facere Experiri
(Trusted to act with experience).  

 

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