The arms are those of Dymoke impaling those of Madeley. Since the fourteenth century, the Dymoke family of Scrivelsby, Lincolnshire, have held the position of Champion at the monarch's coronation, "an armed knight horseback to prove by his body, if necessary, against whomsoever that the King who is crowned on that day is the true and right heir to the kingdom." This ceremonial function, performed by the eldest of the family, was given a splendid revival at the banquet following the coronation of Geroge IV in 1821, when Sir Henry Dymoke entered Westminister Hall on his white charger during the meal. Sir Henry Dymoke died in 1865 and was succeeded by his brother, Richard Dymoke, who married Mary Anne, daughter and heiress of the Rev-Clement Madeley. He died in 1873 and the estate of Scrivelsby, and the post of King's Champion, descended ultimately to his Kinsman, Frank Seaman Dymoke, who acted ultimately as Champion at the coronation of Edward VII in 1902 and George V in 1911.