Continuing our review of the stall plates of the Order of the Golden Fleece from its Chapter held in St. Bavo's Cathedral in Ghent in 1445, we see the following (continuing our numbering of the photos from the previous post, and going from left to right in each photo):
Jehan, Seigneur of Roubaix and Herselles: Ermine a chief gules;
Antoine de Vergy, Count of Dammartin: Gules three cinquefoils or a bordure argent;
Hue de Lannoy, Seigneur of Santes: Or three lions rampant sable (should be vert) langued and crowned a bordure engrailed gules;
Jehan de la Trémoille and Jehan de Luxembourg appeared in photo number 5.
André, Seigneur of Humières: Argent fretty sable;
Henry de Borsele, Seigneur of Vere, Count of Grandpre: Sable a fess argent;
Franck de Borsele, Count of Ostrevant: Quarterly: 1 and 4, Sable a fess argent; 2 and 3, Gules three zules [or columns] argent;
(partial) Jean II, Duke of Alençon, Count of Perche: Azure three fleurs-de-lis or a bordure gules bezanty (should be platy; that is, argent roundels instead of or on the bordure) [see also photograph number 8, below].
(partial, see photo number 7, above) Jean II, Duke of Alençon, Count of Perche: Azure three fleurs-de-lis or a bordure gules bezanty (should be platy; that is, argent roundels instead of or on the bordure);
Jehan de Neufchâtel, Seigneur of Montagu: Gules a bend argent;
Jean bâtard of Luxembourg, Seigneur of Hautbourdin: Argent a lion rampant queue forchy gules debruised by a bendlet sable;
Baudot de Noyelles-Wion, Seigneur of Casteau: Gules three bars gemel argent overall a label of three points or.
Frédéric, called Valeran, Count of Meurs: Quarterly: 1 and 4, Or a fess sable; 1 and 3, Sable a double-headed eagle displayed argent;
Jehan, Seigneur of Créqui and Canaples: Or a crequier (a stylized tree) gules;
Philippe, Seigneur of Ternant and LaMotte: Checky gules and or [see also photograph number 10].
Philippe, Seigneur of Ternant and LaMotte: Checky gules and or [see also photo number 9];
Jacques de Brimeu, Seigneur of Grigny: Argent three eagles displayed gules beaked and membered sable, an escallop sable for difference [see also 4, Florimond de Brimeu, and 11, David de Brimeu];
Antoine de Croy, Count of Porcéan, Seigneur of Renty: Quarterly: 1 and 4, Argent three bars gules; 2 and 3, Argent three axes the two in chief addorsed gules) [see also photograph number 3, Jehan de Croy].
Next time, we finish this Chapter of the Order of the Golden Fleece.