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8th Earl of Traquair
(141) CHARLES, EIGHTH EARL, died unmarried 1861.
Arms: of the Earl of Traquair.-1. Gold, a fess chequy blue and silver (Stewart). 2. Blue, three gold garbs (Buchan). 3. Black, a silver mullet (Murray). 4. Silver, a red orle, and in chief three black martlets beaked red (Rutherford). SUPPORTERS: Two bears proper. CREST: A crow standing on a garb. MOTTO: "Judge_nought." [Plate V., fig. 79.]
These Arms were recorded in the Lyon Office in 1863 by Lady Louisa Stuart. They were also recorded, but within red bordure, in 1876, as the first grand quarter by Constable-Maxwell-Stuart of Traquair (Lyon Office).