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In later life, he served as a bishop, but little is known about the places where he worked.
CREST: On a Wreath of the Colours an Oak Branch bent from the sinister chevronwise sprouting and leaved proper fructed Or. The stag is from the arms of the local family of Hargreaves, of Broad Oak, who were closely connected with calico printing.
The lion is that of the ancient family De Lacy, who held Accrington by grant of Henry II.
Many of the most well-known symbols of Scotland date back centuries, and are surrounded by legends, superstitions, folklore and pageantry.
They've often been immortalized in poetry, songs and music, and are tightly woven into the colorful history of this fascinating country.