The arms are those of Monckton impaling Rutland for John Monckton, First Viscount Galway, who married Elizabeth, daughter of the Second Duke of Rutland. She died in 1730, aged 21. John Monckton was born in 1695. He was created a Peer of Ireland, 17 July 1727, as Baron of Killard, Country Clare, and Viscount Galway, Country Galway. He succeeded to the family estates in 1722. In 1734 he was appointed as Revenue Commissioner in Ireland, and took his seat in the House of Lords there in 1737. In 1748 he was appointed Surveyor General of His Majesty's Honours, Woods, Forests etc in England and Wales. He represented Clitheroe, County Lancaster, in Parliament, and later Pontefract, County York. He died in 1751.