At our next armorial memorial in Canterbury Cathedral, we find the arms of Robert Barclay (also found spelled as Barkley and Berkeley).
Unusually, the memorial plaque does not actually specifically name the person being memorialized.
He that’s imprisond in this narrow roome
Wert not for custome needs nor verse nor toombe
Nor can from theise a memorie be lent
To him, who must be his toombs monument
And by the virtue of his lasting fame
Must make his toombe live long, not it his fame
For when this gaudie monument is gone
Children of th’ unborne world shall spy ye stone
That covers him, and to their ffellowes crye
Tis here tis here about Barkley doth lye
To build his toombe then is not thought soe safe
Whose virtue must out live his Epitaphe.
There are two shields pendent from the gold surround of the plaque on the face of the monument:
Gules a chevron between ten crosses formy argent.
Gules a chevron between ten crosses formy argent, impaled by [blank, but painted gold].
I have been unable to find any more information about Robert Barclay/Barkley/Berkeley in any of the usual sources (e.g., Wikipedia, guides to Canterbury Cathedral, etc.).