Heraldic shield of Roger Manners, 5th Earl of Rutland
Roger Manners took part in the Essex Plot against Queen Elizabeth and was sent to the Tower of London, but he was pardoned by King James and died a very wealthy man. His wife was the daughter of Philip Sidney, the poet, soldier and courtier.
The key to this shield is as follows:-
Top row (left to right): Manners/Rutland; Roos; Espec; Trusbutt [Belvoir]; Albini [Daubeney].
Second row (left to right): Todeni [Albini ancient]; Vaux; Beauchamp; Bellomonte [Newburgh]; Berkley.
Third row (left to right): Lisle; Fitzgerald [Lysley]; Tiptoft; Badlesmere; not identified.
Bottow row (left to right): Charlton; not identified; Holland; not identified [Wake]; St. Ledger.