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[Bookplate for James Hatch]
[Bookplate for James Hatch]
Title[Bookplate for James Hatch]
Date Created[between 1770 and 1799]
Sort Date1799
DescriptionIn black ink, an escutcheon, gules (red), charged with two lions passant guardant, with their hind legs couped. Over the lions at the fess point is an inescutcheon parted per pale, ermine (white powdered fur with black tufts) and ermines (field sable fur, powdering argent), a chevron sable (black) and argent (silver) with four lozenges ermine and ermines, between three fleur-de-lis argent, two over one. The crest is a lion cabossed on a straight wreath. Below the escutcheon is a banner containing the Latin motto.
Extent1 bookplate : steel engraving ; 8 x 11 cm
Subject - GeographicEngland
Personal NamesHatch, James
TypeStill Image
NotesJames Hatch, born in 1750, died on December 8th 1806 at the age of 56. He bought the estate of Clayberry Hall in 1789 from Georgina Augusta Harvey, the sole heir of Eliab Harvey, and her husband Mountague Burgoyne. His sole surviving heir was his daughter, Caroline Elizabeth Hatch who died on May 5, 1838.
1) The, "James Hatch, " (accessed February 6, 2008)
2) "The Parish of St Michael & All Angels Little Ilford (Manor Park), "headstones, " (accessed February 6, 2008)
3) British History Online, "Country of Essex: Barking, " (accessed February 6, 2008)
Access IdentifierBP MUR ENG P H383
Digital IdentifierBP_MUR_ENG_P_H383
Is Part OfRBSC Bookplates
SourceOriginal Format: University of British Columbia. Library. Rare Books and Special Collections. Thomas Murray Bookplates Collection. BP MUR ENG P H383
Date Available2008
Publisher - DigitalVancouver : University of British Columbia Library
RightsImages provided for research and reference use only. Permission to publish, copy, or otherwise use these images must be obtained from Rare Books and Special Collections:
TranscriptFAC ALTERI UT TIBI VIS James Hatch Esq[ui]r[e].
TranslationDo unto others as you would have them do unto you
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