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Full text of "The British herald; or, Cabinet of armorial bearings of the nobility & gentry of Great Britain & Ireland, from the earliest to the present time; with a complete glossary of heraldic terms: to which is prefixed a History of heraldry, collected and arranged .."

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Hanimjton, ar. on a iliev. eiigr. sa. thiee plates, each 

c)i;ir"c(l «itli as many ermine spots, betw. three ciciiii 

lions rniip. vert. 
IIanki., [Mayor of Chester, Granted G Sept. 1580] gy- 

roiiiiv <«t" ci'uht, az. and gu. a wolf raiiip. or, armed sa. 

lan';u''d of tlie second. 
Hankki'KNN V, ehcquy, ar. and sa. a chief or. 
Hank»:s, bendy of six, az. and or, a chief crni. 
Hankk.y, [Cluirton, dies.] per pale, gu. and az. a wolf, 

salient, or. 
)lnnki<t, 1 London] per pale, pu. and az. a wolf, salient, 

crmi'nois, vulned on the shouidcr of the first. — Crest, a 

demi "olf crminois. 
Jliiidfi/, [London] per pale, az. and gn. a wolf, salient, 

enninois, ^nlned on the shoulder of the second. 
Uanhrii, ))er pale, az. and gu. a v.olf ramp, ermiuois. — 

Crest, a wolf's head, erased, erminois. 
IL\NKFi)r,r), [Devons.] sa. on a cbev. ar. a fesse vavy 

cn. 

Uaitkford, [Dcvous.] sa. a chev. uiidee, ar. and gu. 

lliinhfiitd, sa. a chev. ar. thereon another, nebulee, gu. 

Iltni/tfvid, sa. on a chev. ar. three bars wavy gu. 

ll<inLfurd, sa. on a chev. ar. three bars nebulee gu. 

Hc.nhi'drd, gn. a chev. barry nebnlee of six, ar. and sa. 

ilnniifird, sa. a chev. vaire, ar. and gn. 

I III] J ford, chequy, or and veit. 

llunlit'ord, gn. biilcttee a fesse ar. 

llankford, ar. two bends wavy gu. ( Another, %?i.) 

IL\NKlN, — Crest, a boy pulling a branch from a tree ppr. 

Hankins, [Greenhouse, Glouc.] quarterly; first and 
fourth, or, a lion pass. gu. in base three bars wavy sa. 
on a chief az. three bezants, for Hankbis ; second and 
third, gn. a fesse, vair, betw. three pelicans' heads, era- 
sed, or, for jl/oe/)f«.— Crest, a Bi.iclt, front-faced, with 
a bow hung over his left shoulucr atid a quiver of arrows, 
and lidding in his hands, c.\tcndcd, ii snake, all ppv. 

llnnkins, — Crest, a lion, S(jant, ppr. holding betw. the I 
fore|)a\\s a shield sa. 

Hankinson, [Midd.] ar. a fesse gu. fretty or, betw. 
three ducks sa. — Crest,* a dcmi phccnix, wings elevated, 
or, issuant from flames. JNIotto, Vi et animo. 

UonkiiiMn, — Crest, a lion's paw, erased, charged with a 
roiuulie, and holding up a cross paltee fitchee. 

HA.SKLr.w, or Hanklow, or, a pale lozengy sa. 

liANKl.r.Y, — (hist, out of a dueal coronet or, a tiij.le 
plume of fcatiicrs ar. five, four, and three. 

Hanklow. Sec Hanklew. 

nASKi>i;NNY. The same as Hankepenny. 

Hankstc-nf., [London] erra. a fcssc gu. fretty or. 

IIankwei.l, gu. three chev. erni. 

)f ANKYNs. 'i'he same arms and crest as Hankiks, of 
Greenhouse. 

Hanli-.Y, [liucks.] az. a fesse dancettee betw. three hawks 
or. 

IJarilcij, [Devons] ar. a buckle, lozeiigeways, sa. 

Hunley, [Devons] ar. fretty gu. a canton of the first. 

Jl'julcy, [De-.ons. and Corr.w.] az. three goats ar. attired 
or. 

Uunlexj, ar. a ma.scle depressed by a fesse sa. 

Hiinky, ar. a lion ramp. sa. crowned or, within a boidure 
az. 

llimhij, ar. three ialbots pass. az. 

Ilankij. .See Hundley. 

Hanlon, [Kent] gu. three crescent* ar. 



H A iN 

lluutnn, or JIauuon, [Oxon] ar. a lion ramp. . . guttee 

d' can. 
Hunlmi, gu. three plates. 
Han LOW, ar. a lion ramp. az. 
Ha.nly, [Ireland] — Crest, three arrows, two in .saltier 

and one in pale, banded, jioints downward. 
Hanmalyn, gn. a lion lanip. or, guttic sa. 
HaNMKR, [Bart. Hanmer, Flintshire, 3 May, 1774. 7?i'- 

sidciices, Hanmer Hall and Rettislield Park, riintshirej 

ar. two lions pass, guard, az. armed and hingucd gu. — 

Crest, on a chapeau az. turned uj) erin. a lion sejant, 

guard, ar. Motto, Card Ihonneur. 
Hanvicr, [Dcachfield, Salop] ar. two lions pass, guard. 

az. — Crest, on a chapeau gu. turned up erm. a lion se- 
jant guard, ar. 
Hanmer, [Porkington, Salop] az. a lion ])ass. guard, cow- 
• ard, or. — Crest, out of a mural coronet or, a cubit arm, 

erect, vested quarterly ar. and az. cuft'erni. on the hand 

ppr. a falcon, close, of the first, beaked, winged, and 

legged of the third, belled gold. 
Hanmer, [Elweny Maptis, Saloj)] sa. three goats pass. ar. 
Hanmer, vert, two dol])hius, endorsed, or. (Another, sr.) 
Hanna, — Crest, a wolf's head, erssed, sa. 
H.ANN A^^, quarterly, or and gu. on a bend sa. three cros- 
ses formce fitchee ar. 
Hannam. See Hanam. 
Ha.nnan, [Ireland] — Crest, out of a ducal coronet, the 

attires of a stag affixed to the scalp, . . . 
Hannay, [London] ar. three stag;,' heads, erased, sz. 

collared or, at the front of the collar a bell of the last. 

—Crest, within the horns of a crescent a cross crosslet 

fitchee sa. 
Hannay, [Sorbie, Scotland] ar. three roe-bucks' heads, 

couped, az. collared or, with a bell pendent gu. — Crest, 

as the last. 
Hannay, ar. three roe-bucks' beads, couped, az. with a 

mullet in the collar point for difl". — Crest, a cross cross- 
let fitchee, issuing out of a crescent, sa. Motto, Per 

ardua ad nita. 
Hannay, [Kingsmuir, Scotland] The saiTie arms, without 

the niuUot. — Crest, the same. Motto, Cresco ct spcn'i. 
Hannay, [Kirkdole, Scotland] The same, with due diii". 
Hannay, See Hanney. 
Mann'f.ll, ar. a bend gu. and bordure erm. 
Hanncll, ar. on a cross sa. five plates. 
Hannes, [Oxford. Granted 3 Dec. 1G41] per pale, gu. 

and az. on a fesse dancettee, betw. three mullets ar. as 

many cross crosslets sa. 
Hanney, or Haney, az. a chev. betw. three dcmi lions 

ramp. or. — Crest, a stag's head ppr. collared or, betw. 

the attires a cross ))attee gu. 
Hanney, or Hannay, ar. three brockets', or young stags' 

heads, couped, az. collared or, (hereto a bell arlixed gu. 

— Crest, betw. the horns of a crescent a cross cro^slct 

(Another, fitchee) sa. 
Hanxhl, az. a fesse dancettee betw. three gritlins pass. 

or. 
Hanning, [Dillington House, Somers.] erm. on a chief 

gu. three bucks' heads, cabossed, or. — Crest, a stag's 

head, erased, ppr. 
Hanniny. The same arms. — Crest, a stag's head, eritscd, 



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Harboruf, [Varnoiiil.. N"rf.] The same arms. 

Ilnrbo.m-, (Salop] The same. ' , . .. 

Iliirlr.,rnr, [Gmntcd 108-2] gu. on a fesse or, bctw. three 
'|../;u.l»,ali<)ii pass. sa. — Crest, a bc/iaiit betw. two lions 
tiinibs *a. (Another crest, on a cliapeaii gii. tiinieil uj) 

imi. »" fa?'"-" '-'^l''' '^''•) 
llAunoiELL, [N.imib.] or, tliree escallops gu. 
ii ■. i:"f.0TTLE, [rieeoii] az. three u;icles, in bend, or. (A- 

(;^','//(';-, ar.) — Cri'bt, a dexter arni, enibowed, ve>tc(i az. 

eufl ar. lioMiii'4 in the hand pjir. a dub or. 
HcvlKtile, [Suif.] az. three icicles, bendways, or, wilhin a 

bonliire en;;r. erni. — Crest, a dtnii falcon or, with w'w^s 

iNlKiniled, barry wavy of six, ar. and az. 
Il.rbotllc, az. Ihree clubs in bend or. 
ilM'.iiouu, r.Soir.L-rs.] — Crest, tv.o hands, joined, eouped, 

holding a ciitlas erect, all pjjr. 
liAKi'.KED, [Yuriis.] gu. a cross vair, betw. four lions 

lainp. or. 
H MJiuioN, [Ches.] gu. a hawk ar. 
Ilnrhron, gu. a fish, naiant, ar. — Crest, a hand holding an 

aneiior ppr. 
llurliron, !iu. a dolphin, iiaiaut, enibowed, ar. 
Ilf.ibnm, jfu. a salmon, naiant, in fesse, ar. 
llAIuiv, [Aldenliani, Herts.; Adston and Astley, N.ainp.] 

gu. a fesse duncettec erm. bet\v. ten billets ar. four in 

chief and si.x ia base. — Ciest a dcmi eagle, eraseil, wilh 

Mings expai;ded, sa. bezantee. 
Harliy, or Harvv, [Lord Mayor of London, 1272 and 

1273] ar. two bar., wavy sa. on a chief of the second, 

three crosses pattcc fitchee or. 
Harhy, [Atweston, N.amp. Granted 1599] gu. a fesse 

erm. betw. ten billets ar. four, three, and three. — Crest, 

a heror.'s head, erased, or, bctw. two wings, expanded, 

Ka. 
Hauisvn, or Harbin, [Nevvton, ne^r Yeovil, Soiiiers. 

1G12] az. a saltier voided belu. four spears or. — Crest, 

an arm, in armour, eouped at the elbow, ia i>u!e, or, 

holding in tlie gauntlet a spur of the first, leathers sa. 
Harci.a, [Earl of Carlisle] ar. a cross gu. in the first 

quarter a bird. 

HaUCI.E, or liAUTLING, 

each a lion ramp. gu. 

llAltci.iiY, or Harkley, 
((uarler a martlet sa. 

IIaiicoLI), vert, a fesse flor 

IIahcoti;, ar. fietly az. within a bordure of the last 

JlAltcouuT, Eail and Viscount HARCOURT, Mseount 
Nuncliam and I'.arou Harcourt of Stanton Harcourt, Ox- 
ou. [Creations, Baron, 3 .Sc;)/. 171 1 ; Vise. Ilarcouit, 
21 Juhi, 1721 ; Vise, and E;nl, 1 Dec. 1749. liesi- 
datccs, Nuneliaiii Park, 0.\on ; and Bagshot P.irk, Sur- 
rey. Toun Uoiisc, Cavendish Square] gu. two bars or. 
— Crest, in a ducal coronet o;-, a peacock cln-e pj'r. 
Sup|.ior(crs, two lions or, each gorged with a bar gemelle 
gu. Motto, Ccsia lerbis pncieiiieni. Another Motto, 
J.e bun temps vicndra. 

Harcourt, [Dudlington, Leic.] gu. two bars or, in chief a 
crescent ar. 

Harcourt, or, two bars gu. iu chief three escallops of (he 
second. 

Harcourt, gu. two bars erm. 

Ilurcourf, or, two bars and a chief gu. 

Harcourt, gu. two bars or, a label of five points az. 

Harcourt, erm. a chief eu. 



three escutcheons ar. on 
. a cross gu. in the fust 
jiiulcr-'flory or. 



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Harcoart, or, two bars gu. a label of five points al. 

Hard, or, a cbev. engr. az. bctw. three hedgehogs sa. 

//o/(/,"-C"rest, ou a chapeau, a greyhound ppr. 

Hardacre, sa. two boars' heads, erased, in chief, ar. — 
Crest, on a rock, an eagle rising, reguard. ppr. 

Hari)i;kane, [Line] ar. three beau-cods vert. 

Hardbeane, ar. three beau-cods transversed, the escutcheoa 
ppr. 

Harpby, gu. billettee, a fesse and chev. ar. 

Hakdcastlk, sa. on a chev. bctw. three castles ar. as 
nianv leopards' faces gu. — Crest, a lady, attired az. 
holding iu her dexter hand the sun, and in her sinister 
the moon, ppr. 

Harddi:, vert, a lion ramp. or. 

Harue, or Hardy, ar. a cross eugr. az. betw. fo;ir 
hedgehogs sa. 

Hakdeiiill, Hardeshali., or Hakushai-l, [Ltic.l 
or, a cross engr. gu. a martlet vert, for dilf. 

Hakdei,, [Lord Mayor of London, 1216] vert, a fes^- 
flory couutei-flory 01. 

Hitrdll, or Ilurdeli, — Crest, a sheaf of arrows ppr. banded 
gu. 

Hardeley, ar. on a bend, betw. two lions' heads, erased, 
sa. three cross crosslels or. — Crest, a soldier firing a 
gun ppr. 

Hakdicli., az. a fesse, counter-flowcred, or, 

Hardcll, or, a beudaz. cotlised gu. 

Harden, — Crest, a dexter hand issuing from a cloud, ia 
fesse, holding an anchor j)pr. 

HardkNTON, sa. a bend bctw. six billets oi. 

Harder, sa. a cinquefoil or. 

Hakderly, ar. on a bend gu. betw. two lions' heads, tra- 
%ci\, sd. three cross crosslots or. 

Harueshall. See Hardehill. 

Mardesuull, ar. a chev. sa. betw. six martlets gu. 

Haudesley, .. an auuulet sa. 

Hakdewick, gu. a saltier engr. ar. betw. four mullets or. 

Hardey, [London] ar. ou a bend engr. gu. a crescfu! 
betw. two leopards' heads of the first, a chief az. charged 
witli three catharine-whcels or. — Crest, a cock's Lead 
bendy, ar. and sa. bctw. two wings, the dexter or, the 
sinister au. holding iu his mouth a sceptre of the last. 

Hardey, or, a cross engr. az. betw. four hedgehogs sa. 

Hardfeii.d, chequy, or and gu. on a bend ar. three horse- 
shoes az. 

Hari)G!?ave, [Line] az. a fesse or, fretty gu. betw. three 
hinds, trippaut, ar. 

Hardfjraie, ar. a griftin, segreant, az. (Another, gu.) 

Hardtirfii", ar. a griffin, segreant, sa. his fore-legs gu. 
armed or. 

Hard'/rcre, or Hardgrove, ar. a grifTu), segreant, per fesse, 
gu. and sa. armed or. — Crest, a vvater-bouget gu. 

Hardmill, or, a cross engr. gu. ; in the first quartern 
n]arllct az. 

Ha R DIE, [Cargarse, Scotland] gu. a dexter hand, fesse- 
ways, holding a dagger ar. point downwards, betw. r\<o 
mullets or. — Crest, an arm, erabowed, in armour, hold- 
ing a scimitar ppr. i\Iotto, Sera deschurmais hardi. 

Uardie, [Scotland] — Crest, a hand, eouped, fesseways, 
holding a dagger, point downwards. Motto, Tropharoi.- 

Hardic. See Hardum. 

Hardiman, or Hardy.man, ar. three chev. gu. a car- 
ton sa. — Crest, on a .>-crpent, nowed, a hawk perct.oi 
ppr. . 



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IIakuing, [Kiiu^'s Nc\v<on, Uerb.] gii. on a cliev. ar. 
tlirce escallops of tlie liclil. — Crost, on ii initu- gu. a 
cliev. ar. iliiii!i;cfl with tlirce escallops of the first. 

Harding, [King's Newton, Derb. Granted 3 Juhj, 1711] 
gu. on a eliev. ar. fimbrialeii or, three escallops sa. — 
Crest, a niitrc gu. handed and stringed or, charged with 
a tlicv. ar. fimbriated of the second, thereon three escal- 
lops sa. Motto, Audaj: omnia pcrpfti. 

Ifardijiff, [Dors.] gu. three greyhounds, current, in pale, 
ar. collared or. 

Ilardinfj, [Honldingfield, Durham] g». three greyhounds,, 
current, in pale, or, collared az. (Another, ar.) 

Harding, [Ireland] ar. on a bend gu. three martlets of the 
field. — Crest, a dexter arm, endiowed, fesseways, conped, 
holding a sword, in pale, enfded with a leopard's head, 
cahossed. 

Harding, [London. Granted ZO Any. 1508] or, on a bend 
Sl7. three martlets ar. a sinister canton of the second, 

. charged with a rose of the«first, betw. two fleurs-de-lis 
of tlie third. — Crest, a dcini buck ppr. attired or, hold- 
ing an anchor of the last. 

Hording, [London] ar. ou a bend sa. three martlets or. 

Harding, [New towne, Wilts.] ar. on a bend az. three mart- 
lets or. > . 

Harding, vert, three acorns or. 

Harding, gu. three greyhounds, current, in pale, or. 

Harding, ar. a saltier engr. az. 

IIaruinge, Bart. [Belleisle, 4 Avg. 1801 ; since of Lur- 
ran, both of Fernianaghshire ; also of Sunbridge, Seven 
Oaks, Kent. Tou-n Hovse, 25, Duke Street, Manchester 
Square] gu. on a chev. ar. fimbriated or, three escallops 
sa. and, as an honourable augmentation, on a chief wavy 
of the second, a dismasted French frigate, with her 
colours struck by an English frigate, all ppr. — Crest of 
augmentation, on a wreath, a hand, fesseways, couped 
above the wiist, habited in naval uniform, holding a 
sword erect, surmounting a Dutch and French flag, in 
saltier, on the former, inscribed Aialania ; on the latter, 
Piedmoniaisc ; the blade of the sword passing through 
a wreath of laurel near the point, and a little below 
through another of cypress, with this motto, Postera 
laude reccns. Family crest, a mitre gu. charged with a 
chev. as in the arms. 

Hardington, or Harrington, [Yorks.] or, a fesse 
betw. three escallops gu. 

Hardishali., or, a cross ciigr. vert; in tlie first quarter, 
a martlet of the last. 

Hardisty, [Yorks.] &z. a lion ramp. betw. three fleurs- 
de-lis or, a chief vair. — Crest, a boar's head, couped, 
ppr. pierced through by an arrow. 
Hardisty, — Crest, two hands issuing from clouds, con- 
joined, in fesse. 
Hardles, [Lord Mayor of Loudon, 1254 to 1258 inclu- 
sive] or, a bend betw. two cottises sa. 

Hardly, [London] az. a chev. debruised by a fesse betw. 

tliree annulets or. 
Hardly, gu. a chev. ar. betw. three plates, over all a fesse 

az. 
IIarunkss, [Kent] erm. a lion ramp. az. 
Hardres, [llardres, Kent] gu. a lion ramp. erm. oppresed 

with a cliev. or. — Crest, a stag's head, couped, ppr. 
Hardres. The same a'ms. — Crest, a buck's head, cou- 
ped, or and erm. attired cru. and az. 

Jlardres, [Kent] gu. a lion ramp. crni. tail forked, oppres- 
sed with a chev. or. 



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Hardrts, per chev. or and az. three cups counterchan;ed. 

Haiidrkshali,, or Haudrksham, az. a fesse gu" \u 
chief three leopards' heads or, in base as many fishes, 
haurient, and six cross crosslets fitcliec of the last. 

Hardri:shui.l, [Lcie.] or, a cross c:igr. gu. in the fir^t 
quarter a martlet Vcrt. 

llardreshtiU, ar. a chev. sa. betw. ten martlets gu. 

Hardrishall, ar. a che\. sa. betw. three martlets gu. 

ILaudsiiall. Sec Hardf.hili,. 

Hardum, or }L\Ri)iE, [Scotland] gu. a dexter hand, 
couped, fesseways, liolding a sv.ord, in pale, ar. in chief 
a mullet of six points, pierced ; and in base, another of 
the same, of the lust. 

Haiidwick, or nARDWiCKC, [ILTrdwick, Derb.] ar. a 
saltier engr. az.; ou a chief of the second, three cinque- 
ioils (Another, roses) of the first. — Crest, on a mount 
vert, a stag, current, pj)i . gorged with a ciiaplet of roses 
ar. 

Hurdwick, gu. a saltier erm. betw. four mullets, j)ierced, 
ar. 

IIardwike, ar. a saltier engr. az. ; on a chief of the 
second, three cinquefoils of the first. — Crest, an ostrich's 
feather, eiifiled with a ducal coronet, all ppr. 

Hardwokth, ar. a bend sa. 

Hardwyke, [Derb.] ar. a saltier engr. az. ; on a chief 
of the last, three roses of the first. 

Hardxrykc, ar. a saltier engr. az. ; on a chief of the last, 
three cinquefoils of the first. — Crest, on a mount ^ert, 
a stag, in full course, ppr, on his neck a chaplet of roses 
ar. and az. 

nARDV, Bart. [Ilolcott, N.amp. A Feb. 1800; since of 
Poteshara, Dors.] pean, on a chev. betw. three escallops 
ar. as many griflins' heads, erased, of the field, langucd 
gu. — Crest, out of a naval crown or, a griffin's head, as 
in the arms. 

Hardy, [Toller-Wilmcr, &c. Dors.] sa. on a chev. betw, 
three escallops or, as many dragons' heads, erased, of 
the first. — Crest, a dexter arm, cmbowed, in armour, 
holding in the hand ppr. a dragon's hc'.d, erased, sa. 

Hardy, [Ireland] ar. on a bend gu. three cathariue-wheels 
or; on a chief of the second, a crescent betw. two leo- 
pards' faces of the first. 

Hardy, [London] ar. on a bend engr. gu. a crescent betw. 
two leopards' heads of the first; on a chief az. three 
catiiarine-wheels or. — Crest, an eagle's head, bendy of 
four, ar. and sa. betw. two wings, the dexter or, the 
sinister gu. in the beak a panscy flower ppr. stalked and 
leaved vert. 

Hardy, or Hardye. The same arms. — Crest, a heart with- 
in a fetteilock, gu. 

Hardy, sa. on a chev. erm. betw. three escallops ar. as 
many griflins' heads, erased of the field. — Crest, an arm 
cmboued, in armour, gauntlet p])r. ganiishcd or, holding 
a grifiln's head, as in the arms. 
Hardy, ar. on a bend gu. a leopard's face, betw. two cres- 
cents of the field ; on a chief of the second, three tatha- 
rine wheels of the first. 
Hardy. See Uarde. 

IlARDYMAN. Sec HaRDIMAN. 

Hakdyshill, or IIakdyshull, ar. a chev. sa. within 
an orle of martlets gu. 

Hare, Earl of LISTOV/ELL, Viscount Etinesmore ami 
Listoweil, and Baron Ennesmore, Co. of Kerry. [Crea- 
tions, Baron, 30 Jvhj, 1800 ; Vifc. 22 Jan. 1810 ; and 



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T.ail '2-1 Jiui. ir.i'2. Residence, Ennisnjore Park, Kerry; | Hurcuclt, ar. two lions pass, guanl. sa 



7'((ir;i tl'ivw, Kiiis»'°"""""*'^> Knigiitsbiidge] cu. two 
li-.rs or n tliiil iiiilciitcd of the last. ^— Crest, a dmii lien, 
i'oiiiK'ili ur. «luc;illy f;orged or. Supporters, two dragons 
crri] uriiuil and Jananed cu. wings elevated and endor- 
se, | ' .Motio, Udi profdnitm. 

I1.u;k, Hart. [Sti>»-}Ia'li, Xorf. 14 Dec. 1818] gu. two 
Lars or, a iliiit' iiultiited of the last. — Crest, a demi lion 
ramp. ur. aor^td \Mlli a ducal coronet or. 

//lire, [.^tow-r.ardolfe, Norf.] The same arms. — Crest, a 
deiiii lion ar. holding a cross patonce fitchee gu. (Ano- 
ther crest, a denii lion ramp. ar. gorged with a Laval 
coronet gu.) 

Jlaie, [A\'alsokcn, Norf.] ar. a cliev. engT. sa. betw. three 
rrillins' heads, erased, az. ; on a chief gu. a mullet belw. 
two inarlkls or. 

Jlare, [Norf.] or, two bars gemelles gu. a thief indented 
ar. — Crest, a deini lion ar. 

Jfore, [Scotland] az. two bars and a chief indented or. 

Jlavr, [SnfV.] gu. two bars or, a chief indented ar. — Crest, 
n lion ramp. ar. 



Uarkw oou, sa. on a chief ar. three harts' heads, erased, 
of the field. 

IlAiiuwoRi H, [noyntonhall, Norf.] az. a fesse goboua- 
ted, gu. and vert, betw. three owls or. 

Uareicor/k, or JJuiwnrtli, [Norf.] az. a fesse gobonated, 
. ar. and gu. betw. three ow Is of the second. 

Ilareieorth, or Ilarienrtli, az. a fesse gobonated, gu. and 
ar. betw, ibiec owls of the third. 

Hareicorlh, — Crest, a stag's head erm. armed or. 

Makfe, ar. three lozenges sa. each charged with an escal- 
loj) or. 

Harfett, [Kent. G'ranird Maij, 166-i] az. three mul- 
lets or, a canton of the lust, within a bordure counter- 
coin]ioncc of the second and first. — Crest, a demi dol- 
phin, erect, ppr. (Another, a dolphin cmbowed, ppr.) 

IlAKFiKLij, [Bucks.] per i)ale, ar. and gu. three lions' 
paws, erased, countcrchangcd. 

Harileet, or Hahtfleet, az. three escallops or. 

IIauforu, [Devons.] ar. a fesse fusily gu. a lion pass, 
in chief sa. 



Hare, ar. on a chev. engr. sa. two martle(s or ; in chief , Harford, [Rlaize Caslle, Ilenbnry, Glouc] sa. two bends 



three grilfins' heads, erased, 
Jfme, ar. three cornish choughs j^jir. 
Jlarc, [Scotland] — Crest, a parrot gii. holding in the beak 

an annulet or. 
IjARKiiREAD, [Yorks.] gu. a cross vair, betw. four lions 

pass. or. 
Ilarcbread. The same arms. — Crest, an ostrich's feather, 

in pale, ar 



ar. on a canton (the arms of Scroope') az. a bend or. — 

Crest, from flames p])r. a dragon's head or, belw. two 

wings az. fire issuing from the mouth. 
Harford, [Bosbury, llercf.] The same arms. — Crest, a 

pho;nix or, wings az. issuing from flames ppr. 
Harford, az. a bend cottised ar. betw. six lions ramp. or. 
Harford, sa. an etoile of eight points ar. 
Hakgest, or, a griflin ranip. 



liAF.ECAS, [.Scotland] sa. a chev. betw. three fleurs-de-lis | Haugeviel, vert, three annulets ar. 

IHargil, [Clemcnthorp, Yorks.] gu. three mullets or, a 



Harecoukt, [Lcic] or, two bars gu. 

Hureeourt, [Leic] gu. two bars or. 

JIareconrt, or, two bars gu. ; in chic f three escallojjs of the 

last. 
JInrecourt, iru. two lions pass, guard, or. 
Jfnncourt, ar. on a chev. sa. three escallops or. ( Auo- 

thcr, of the first.) 
flarccoiirl, gu. a chief erm. 
JIareconrt, erm. a chief gu. 

Hareford, [Bosbury, Heref.j''sa. two bends ar. 
Hurijord, az. two bars or; on a chief sa, three harts' heads 

of the second. 
IIahki.d, vert, a fesse counter-flowered or. 
IIarei.GRovk, az. on a bend or, llirec crescents sa. each 
charged with an acorn of the second, slijiped, vert.— 
Crest, a dtnd grifhn, segrcant, ar. armed eu. 
Hareold. .See IIarkoi.d. 
Hareslyn, ar. on a bend sa. three roses or. 
Harestains. The same as Hairstai.nes. 
IIarew ARJ), sa. on a chief ar. three falcons' heads, era- 
sed, of the first. 
IIareware, [Warw.] az. a bend wavy betw. two bucks' 

heads, erased, or. 
IIarew eduk, ar. on a bend gu. (he lozenges of the field. 

(Another, a lozenge or.) 
Harewele, [RIakenham, Snlf. ; and Bosford and Wot- 
ton-Shottiey, Wore] ar. on a fesse nebulee sa. three 
hares' heads, couped, or. (Another, the heads, ciased, 
'*'■■) — Crest, a hare's head, erased, or. 
HarcxeeU, ar. on a fesse wavy sa. three hares' heads, era- 
sed, bendwavs, ar. 
HareiLctl, sa. two lions pass, crowned or. 



canton erm. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet gu, a lion's 
liead or. 

Hargill, [Yorks.] The same arms. 

Hargeas, [Ireland] ar. a stag, trippant, gu, attired or. 

Hargle, ar. three bucks' heads sa. armed or. 

Hargoft, ar. a griihn ramp. az. menibered gu. 

flAIiGONELL, ar. three annulets \ert. 

Hargost, ar. a gritiin, segrcant, az. armed or, (Ano- 
ther, armed gu.) 

Hargrave, [Line] az. a fesso ar. fretty gu. betw. three 
stags, in full course, or, attired of the second. — Crest, a 
stag's head, erased, jier fesse, or and az. attired ar. 

Ilaryrnvc, az. a fesse ar. fretty gu. betw. three bucks, 
springing, ar. attired or. — Crest, a buck's head, erased, 
per fesse, or and gu. fretty az. atlircd of the second. 

Hargrnec. See JIardyrovc. 

Hargraves, az. a fesse betw. three stags, current, or. — 
Crest, out of a ducal coronet, two branches of laurel, in 
orlc, pjir. 

lI.vRGRfjVE, [Ches.] ar. a grifhn, segrcant, per fesse, gu, 
and sa. beak and claws or. 

Maringeee, gu. three mullets or, a quarter erm. 

Harington, Bart, [llidlington, Ruts. -29 June, IGll ; 
also of Old Windsor, Berks.] sa. a fret ar. — Crest, a 
lion's head, erased, or, collared gu. and buckled of the 
fiist. ISlotto, Nodojirwo. 

Hari>i(/toii, [Derb.] or, a chief gu.; on a bend az. an ait~ 
nulet C)r. 

HariDfjtiiu, [Leic] gu. a chief or, within a bordure az, 

Hariiiffton, or, a bend az. a chief gu, — Crest, a lion's paw 

holding a thistle. 
Harinyton, sa. fretty ar. 

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Jlar'nujtvn, sa. a fret ar. wiUiia a bordiire coniponcc of tlie 
jiccoud and vert. 

IJariimloii, or, a chief gu. over all a bend az. 

JlaringtoH, or, a chief gu. a bordure sa. 

Hakiot, [Lord Mayor of Loudon, 1401] ))er pale, erni. 
and ciininois, three crescents, countoreliaiigcd. 

IIakiott, [ler pale, erm. and ermines, three crescents, 
connterchanged. 

Haris, [Devous.] sa. three crescents ar. within a bor- 
dure or. 

Hakison, az. on a fesse or, betw. si,x crosses pattee ar. 
three etoilcs gn. all witliiii a liordure engr. of the second, 
charged with eight pellets. 

Harisse, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three hinds' heads, cabos- 
sed, of the second. 

Harkelow, barruly, ar. and sa. 

Harkek, or, two bars danccttcc gu. 

Harkeyk, or, two bars az. 

Harkness, [Scotland] az. two bars dancetl^e or, the 
first charged with two mullets, and the lust with a cres- 
cent, gu. all betw. three fionrs-de-lis ar. — Crest, a ship 
iu distress ppr. Motto, Trust in God. 

Harkwyn. See Hari.evvvn. 

Haelakendon, az. a fesse erm. betw. three leopards' 
heads or. 

Harlakendon. See Harlckendon. 

Harland, Bart. [Spioughlon, SufF. 19 March, 1771; 
and of Wlierstead Lodge] or, on a bend wavy, betw. two 
sea-lions sa. three bucks' heads, cabossed, ar. — Crest, a 
sea-lion sa. supporting an anchor ppr. 

Harland, or, on a bend betw. two sea-lions, erect on their 
tails az. three stags' heads, cabossed, of the first. — Crest, 
a sea-lion, as in the arms, ducally crowned or, holding 
betw. his paws an anchor gold, lluked sa. 

Harland, sa. a cross patonce or. 

Harlaw, sa. three inesculchtons ar. each charged with a 
liou ramp. az. — Crest, a Moor's head ppr. 

Harlay. See Harley. 

Harle, ar. three piles, meeting in the base point, sa. 

Earle. See Herle. 

Harlegh, or, a bend coltised sa. 

Harlekendon, 07- Harlakendon, [Earl's Combe, Es- 
sex; and Kent] az. a fesse erm. betw. three lions' heads, 
erased, or. — Crest, betw. the attires of a stag or, an ea- 
gle reguard. with wings cNjiandcd, ar. ■ 

Harlen, gu. three crescents ar. 

Harleskall, sa. three stais or. 

Harleston, [iSouth Kendon, Essex] ar. a fesse erm. 
betw. two gcmelles ( Anolhcr, barrnlets) sa. — Crest, a 
buck's head gu. attired ar. betw. the horns a sun or. 

Hiirleslon, ar. a saltier gu. betw. four flcursde-lis az. 

Harlcsfon, ar. a fesse erm. double cottised sa. 

Harleston, or, a chev. sa. iu the dexter chief canton a 
bird of the last. 

Harleston, az. an incscutcheou or. (Anoilier, ar.) 

Harleston, ar. a bordure az. 

Harleston, ar. a fesse erm. 

Harlestone, [Secretarif to the Master of the Rolls, 
1040] The same arms and crest as Hari.stone, of 
South Ossenden, Essex. 

Harleton, sa. a chev. or, betw. three garbs ar. 

IIari.EWIN, [Devons.] az. a bar pr. three ai)ples, erect, 
in base, ppr. 

Harlcwin, az. a fesse ar. ia base three af)))lcs of the last. 
— Crest, a tower, on the top thereof a crescent. 



Harleicin, az. semfe of fleurs-de-lis ar. 

Hari.ewine, az. a fesse or, iu base three apples of the 
last. 

Mari.ewyn, or Harkwyn, [Devons.] az. a bar ar. 
three apples, transposed, in base, or. 

Harleu't/n, ar. three lions ramp. gu. crowned or. 

Harlcwyn, az. fretty and semce ot (leurs-de-lis or. 

Harlev, Earl of OXFORD and MGI'.TlMElt, and Ba- 
ron Harley of Wiimore. [Creations, 24 Matj, 1711. 
Jtcsidaicc, Eycwood House, Heref. Town Hou^c, Har- 
ley Street, Cavendish Square] or, a bend, cottiM^d, sa. 
— Crest, a castle, triple-towercil, ar. out of the middle 
tower a demi lion, issuant, gu. Supporters, two angels 
jipr. the habits and wings (.\\s\A. or. Motto, Viriuie et 
fide. 

Harleij, [Lord INIayor of London, 1708] The same arms. 

Harley, ar. three ])iles sa. 

Harley, ar. two pales sa. 

Hurley, or Harlay, or, two palos sa. 

Hauling, [Devons.] az. scmee-de-lis ar. 

Harlinrj, [Sufi'.] az. nine fieurs-de-iis ar. three, three, two, 
and one. 

Harlinr/, [Sufi'.] ar. a unicorn, sejant, sa. armed and un- 
guled or. 

Horling, or Hailingliam, [Suff.] ar. a unicorn, climant, 
sa. armed and unguled or. 

Ilarling, or Harlingham. Thesanie arms. — Crest, a bomb- 
shell, inflamed, jipr. 

Harling, az. a fesse dancett^e betw. three martlets or. 

Harling, ar. a saltier engr. az. 

Harling, gu. a fesse vair, in chief a unicorn, current, or, 
betw. two mullets of the last, all within a bordure cnirr. 
of the third. 

Harlinge, or, senice of lleurs-dc-lis az. 

Harlingham. See Harling. 

Haiille, or, a bend, coltised, sa. 

Harlow, [Essex] sa. three incscutcheons ar. ou each a 
lion ramp. gu. 

Harlow, [Gray's Inn, London; and Preston, N.amp. Grant- 
ed 1G29] gu. a fesse vair, betw. sis billets or. — Crest, a 
cinquefoil or, issuing from betw. the horns of a crescent 
vair. 

Harlow, per saltier, or and az. on the first two martlets, 
on the second as many cinquefoils, all counterchKnjed. 

Harlou-, per saltier, or and az. ; on a chief of the iirst, a 
martlet of the second, charged with a cinquefoil irold. 

Haklston, [Essex] ar. a fesse erm. 

Harlslon. The same arms. — Crest, a cannon, iLOunted, 

Harlslon, [Hardwick, Kent] pa!v of six, or and az. 
Harlston, ar. a chev. sa. in the dexter point a bird of the 

last. 
Harlston, sa. a cross erm. betw. four crescents or. 
Harlstone, [South Ossenden, Essjx] ar. a fesse erm. 

cottised, sa. (quartering Wenluorth). — Crest, o;u of a 

ducal coronet or, a stag's heatl erm. attired of tlie first, 

bearing betw. the attires a hawthorn-bush, fructcd, ppr. 
Harlstone, [Governor of Havre-de- Grace, Temp. Hdtc. 

IV.] The same arms and crest. 
IIarlwyn, ar. three legs, couped at the thigh, sa. 
Haelv, [Ireland] ar. a fesse betw. three crescents sa.— 

Crest, a demi lion guard, gu. holding in the dexter paw 

a battle-axe ppr. 
Haklvston, jialy of six, or and sa. 



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HakmaN, [Dors.] qiiavtcrly, or and gu. ; oti a bead sa. 

tliri-e crosses forim-e titchce or. 
Ihniiutn, [Kfiit] ar. a cliev. sa. liptw. three perukes ppr. 
/Inrinim, [Kent] ar. a cliev. betw. tliree eurrjconibs sa. 
Iliriiiiiii, [Tajiitoii, Oxoii ; and Warw.] ar. a cioss sa. 

I li:ir;;c(l with a btiL-k's head, coupcd, betw. four iiiartlots 
ol the field. — Crc^t, out of a dueal coronet sa. a buck's 
hi- ad ar. 

Il'irmnii, [Harinan-Ilall, Suss.] quarterly, ar. and pu.; on 

II liend az. three roses ot the first. — Crest, out of a iliie;il 
coronet or, an arm, enibowed, in armour, ppr. garnished 
of tlie first, grasping two sprigs of roses ar. stalked and 
leaved vert, seedeil gold. 

Ilaimnn, [llendleshain and Rlulford, Stift'.] az. a chev. 
li.lw. six rams, aeeosted, counter-tripping, two, two, and 
two, iir. iittired or. — Crest, a denii old man ppr. beard 
and hair ar. wreathed about the head with leaves vert, 
in the dexter hand the stump of a tree, erased, of the 
Inst, purfled or, chained round the body, with the end of 
the chain in the sinister hand, gold. 

IJarmau, [Antigua, West Indies] The same arms, quar- 
tering C'ahysuc, ))er pale, or and az. a fesse counter- 
changed. — Crest, adcnii man ppr. crowned %vith on east- 
ern coronet or, chained round the waist, and holdinir tl.e 
cud in the sinister hand of the iasl. ; the dexter hand 
holding a withered tree, torn up by the root, ppr. 

llarman, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three currycombs ppr. 

Harmun, [Ireland] ar. on a cross sa. five martlets of the 
field. — Crest, a v.ater-bouget or. 

Haf.mantle, or, two bars az. 

IIahmanvill, or, two bars gu. 

Harme, [Surrey] az. a sphere or. 

JJarme. The same arrBS. — Crest, a celestial and terres- 
trial globs ppr. 

Harmf.I!, ar. on a chev. betw. three annulets gu. an 
annulet of the first. 

I/armer, sa. three chev. inteiiaced, ar. ; on a chief or, a 
lion ram)), gu. — Crest, a book expanded ppr. 

Hakmi.vn, gu. a lion ranip. or, giittee de jjoLx. 

Harmon, [Moor's Hall, Staffs.] ar. on a cross sa. a stag's 
head betw. four birds of tlie first. 

ll'ViiMoND, [Tayntoii, O.xon] sa. three currycombs ar. 
garnished or. — Crest, a cubit arm erect, vested ar. ciift' 
or, holding in the hand ppr. a halbert gu. 

IlAitMoK, [Cilouc. Cianlcd 1«15| quarterly, per fesse 
iiidcnled, or and sa. ; on a benrl of the last, tliree lozen- 
ges of the first. — Crest, an arm, vested sa. cuft" ar. hold- 
ing in the hniid ppr. two rose-branehes vert, one arching 
to the right, and lioweiiiig on the top with a while rose, 
the other to the lift, in the like manner, with a red 
rose. 

Haunage, Bart. [Ilarlcy Street, Midd. and 15elleswaidine, 
Salop, 8 Scjyt. 10'21] quarterly; iirst and fourth, ar. six 
tortranxcs, thiec, two, and one, for Harnage ; second 
and third, crm. ihiee lions ramp. ar. within a bordurc 
or, semce of crescents az. for Blachinan. — Crests, (irst, 
out of a ducal coronet, a lion's sauib holding a toiteaux, 
o\or it, Deo diicc decrevi, for llontai/c; second, a deini 
griliin, semce of crescents, collared, over it, Fide et 
fiduciu, for Blaclnnaii. 

Jiarnagc, [Shenton and Shrewsbury, Salop,] ar. six tor- 
teauxes, three, two, and one. — Crest, out of a ducal 
coronet, a lion's paw ppr. holding up a torteaux. Motto, 
J^eo durx decrevi. 



Harne, [Ireland] ar. a mauiich gu. 

IIaknktt, ar. a pale sa. surmounted by a saltier gu. a 

chief az. — Crest, a liornet-fiy, wings elevated, ppr. 
HAiiNEYb, or IlAitNous, [Beds.] ar. a chev. sa. guttet 

d' or. — Crest, a stag's head sa. gutteed'or, attired gold. 
Haknoe, gu. a bend betw. three trefoils ar. 
IIakmiai.l, or Harnhui.l, or, three roses gu. 
Hai{nihjli>, az. six lions ramp, or; on a canton of the 

second, a mullet gu. 
Harme, [Alrick] gu. a fesse or, betw. three mullets, ia 

chief, ar. and a mascle, in base, of the second. 
Harnous. See IIakneys. 
Harnoys, ar. on a chev. sa. three guttces or. CAtiother 

adds, a crescent, in chief, gu.) 
Makokins, or, on a chev. betw. three cinquefoils az. as 

many escallops ar. ; on a chief, per pale, gu. and sa. a 

grillin pass. erm. — Crest, a grittin's head, cbequy, ar. 

and sa. betw. two wings, dexter or, sinister gu. 
Harold, or IIaruold, [Ireland] ar. a fesse betw. three 

mullets of six jioints, gu. — Crest, a gate ppr. 
Harold, [h'-land] gu. a fesse betw. three etoiles .•■r. 
Harold, [Ireland] ar. a fesse gu. betw. three mullets vert, 
Harold, [Ireland] ar. a fesse betw. three crescents gu. 
Harold, or Harrould, [Salop] vert, a fesse flory counter- 

flory or. 
Harold, Harould, and Harrold. The same arms. — Crest, 

a hawk's leu re p|)r. 
Harold, [Siiff.] gu. an escarbuncle betw. two etoiles or. 
Harold, gu. a fesse ar. betw. three etoiles or. 
Harold, gu. an escarbuncle or, betw. three etoiles of the 

second. 
Harold, gu. a cross moline erm. 
Harold, gu. three crosses moline erm. 
Harold, or, two bars ( Anolher, bends) gu. 
Hai^ow, [Essex] vert, on a fesse, cottised, or, three rres>- 

cents gu. 
Harowdek, ar. guttee dc poix, a fesse wavy sa. 
Harowdoi, gu. a lion ramp, bendy wavy of ei;Li, ar. i»a»l 

az. - - 

Haeowdo.n, gu. two bars erm. a canton of tlie last. - ■ 
Harowdon, or Harwcdon, ar. on a bend gu. five lozeng*?* 

or. 
Hakows, or, a bend betw. ten billets sa. 
Harpden, [Glouc] ar. a mullet of six points, pierct-d, 

sa. — Crest, a hind's head or. 
Harpdcn, [Oxon] ar. a mullet gu. 
Harpden, [Oxon] ar. a mullet, pierced, sa. a mr.rtlet hi 

the second, for diff. 
Harpden, ar. an etoile gu. 

Harpden, oi Harpcdcii, ar. a mullet, pierced, gu. 
Harpden, ar. on a mullet of six points gu. a bezant, ch-r- 

ged with a martlet sa. 
Harpden, erm. live fusils, in fesse, sa. (Another, gu.i 
IIaI'.pdon, ar. a mullet gu. 
Harpeden. See Harpden. 
Harpedon, [Oxon] ar. on a mullet sa. a plate char;t<! 

with a martlet of the second. 
Harpedon, ar. a mullet gu. charged with a bezant. 
Harpeley, harry of eight, ar. and or; over all liir*-: 

chev. cngr. sa. 
Harpenne, [Oxon] az. a mullet cu- 
Harper, [Beds.] az. on a fesse or, betw. t'nrce car'-t 

displ. ar. a fret betw. two mardefs gu. 
Harper, or Harpur, [Calke, Derb. Devons. and StarK^ 



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ar. a lion rainp. within a lioidiiie engr. sa. — Crost, a 

boar |iass. or, clucallv coiat-cl and iriiicd au. 
Harper, [Swarlcston, Dfrh.] per lieiiil sinister, ar. and sa. 
■ a lion raniji. couiitfrclianniti, « itiii" a liordure gobonatcd, 

or and ru. 
Ihirjicr, [Christ's Hospital] jier fesse, ar. and or, a lion 

ramp.' j)er ftsso, cu. and ax. all ^vithin a borduro pobo- 

iiatcd, of llic second and tlgrd. — Crest, a lion's head, 

erased, per fesse, or and gn. collared of tlie last, lined 

of the iirsf. 
Ilnrpcr, [Essex] ar. a lion ramp. gn. vithin a bordure 

cngr. sa. 
Harper, [Anicrly, Hcrcf.] sa. a chev. ar, and canton crni. 
Harper, [Heref.] sa. a cbcv. and canton crra. 
Harper, [Kent] ar. a lion ramp. sa. — Crest, a bear pass. 

or, dueally eoiyed anil crined sti. 
Harper, [Kent] sa. a lion rauij). or, within a bordtire engr. 

of the secoiul. 
Harper, [Lord Mayor of London, ]oGl ; and Caniberwell, 

Surrey] az. on a fesse, betw. three eagles displ. or, a fret 

betNv. two martlets oi' the first. 
Harper, [London] per fesse, ar. and sa. a lion ramp, coun- 

ter( hanged, within a bordure gobonatcd, or and gu. 
Harper, [Bamburv] ar. on two bars az. three greyhounds' 

heads, erased, or. 
Harper, erni. a cinqurfoil az. on a chief gu. a liou pass. 

guard, or. 
Hnrpcr,. or, a chev. gu. a chief vair. 
Hari'ETKE, [Ilarpct^re, Soniers. 1138] ar. across, couped, 

and llory at the ends, in saltier, gu. 
llAiiPKiELr), or Harpsfield, [London] ar. three harps 

sa. stringed or. 
Harpham, [North Chapel, Line.] gu. a mullet ar. betw. 

three fleurs-de-lis or. 
Harpham, [Marileet, Yorks. Covjirvied 9 July, 1G.57] 

sa. a harp ar. stringed or. 
Hakpins, ar. au eagle displ. sa. armed and beaked gu. 
IIarpisfeld, ar. three Welsh harps sa. stringed or. 
HaRPSFIELD. See IfARPFlELD. 

Harpi'R, [Derb.] The same aims as Harper, of Swar- 
leston, Derb. — Crest, a lion's head, erased, quarterly, 
or and gu. 

Harpur, ar. two bars az. each charged with a lion's head, 
erased, or. 

Harjmr. See Harper. 

Harpway, — Crest, an ostrich, with wings endorsed, hold- 
ing in the beak a horse-shoe, all ppr. 

Harpwaye, alias Thojias, [Gwcnvo-Castle, Wales] sa. 
a chev. and canton erm. — Crest, a denii unicorn erni. 
armed, and supporting a shield gu. 

Harrance, [Foot's Cray Place, Kent] vert, a herring, 
haurient, ar. — Crest, a stork ppr. in the beak a herring 
ar. 

Harres, ar. a lion ramp. gu. dcbruised with a clicv. or. 

Harreys. Sec Harris. 

Harriard, [Hants.] gu. three leopards pass. ar. 

Harrie, [Rcserow, Cornw.] per fesse nebiilee, three sea- 
dogs pass, counterchanged. — Crest, a dcmi sea-dog ramp, 
gu, cared and finned or, holding betw. the j)aws a tor- 
nish chough ppr. 

Harries, [Mabie, Scotland] ar. three hedgehogs sa. — 
Crest, a buck's head or, attired with ten tynes ar. Mot- 
to, Voinmvs dedit. 

Harries, or Harris, ar. a lion ramp. gu. o\cr all a chev. 



or." — Crest, an oak-tree growing out of a mount, anion;; 
long grass p])r. 

Harringham, gn. three fishes, liaurif-nt, ar. 

Harrington, [Cunib. ; Hornby, I)e\ons. ; Viickhani, 
Essex; and Piidlington, lints.] sa. fretty ar. 

HarriiHjton, [Essex] sa. a fret or. 

Harriiir/Um, [Honiiiglon-Sibble, Essex] sa. a fret ar. char- 
ged with nine Heurs-dc-lis gu. 

Harrir>(/ton, [llayton. Lane] sa. fretty ar. over all a label 
of three points or.— Crest, a lion's head, erased, or, 
gorged with a belt, buckled gu. (Anotlier, a lion's face 
sa.) 

Harriiif/ton, [Bangwortli, Leic] sa. a fret ar. and crescent 
or. 

Harrington, [Han\vell, Midd.] sa. a fret ar. — Crest, a leo. 
pard's head, conjjed, jipr. 

Harrinijiun, [Stepney, Midd.] sa. a fret ar. and label of 
three jioints, throughout, gu. 

Hai-r'mrilon, [P.ishton, Salop] sa. a fret ar. ; on a chief of 
the second, three trefoils, slipped, vert. — Crest, a lion's 
head, erased, or, gor!;:cd with a collar gu. betw. two tre- 
foils, slijiped, vert, to the collar a line and ring ar. 

Harrinr/lon, [Kelston, Soiners. Granted 12 Feb. l.^GU] 
sa. a fret humettee ar. within a bordure cheipiy, of the 
first and second. 

Harrinr/toii, [Soniers.] sa. a fret nr. within a bordure, 
counter-componee, ar. and sa. 

Harrington, sa. a fret ar. — Crest, a lion's head, erased, 
or, collared gu. 

Harrington, quarterly; first and fourth, sa. a fret ar. over 
all a label of three points gu. charged with nine bezants; 
second and third, ar. a cross patonre sa. — Crest, a lion's 
head, erased, or, gorged with a label of three points gu. 
charged with nine bezants. 

Harrinrjlon, or, a fret sa. 

Harrinyton, or, a chief gu. and bend az. 

Harrington, or, two beiuis az. a chief gn. 

Harrington, or, a chief az. and bend gu. 

Harrington, ar. on a bend gu. three eagles displ. or. 

Harrington, or, a cross gu. voided ar. 

Harrington, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three leopards' faces sa. 

Harrington, ar. fretty gu. a label of three points of the 
second. 

Harringvvorth, gu. six plates, three, two, and one. — 
Crest, an antique crown or. 

Harris, Earl of MAL>H:SBURY, Viscount Fitz-Harris 
of Hurn-Court, Hauls, and Baron ISIalmcsbury, of 
Malmesbury, Wilts. {Creations, Baron, 19 Sept. i788; 
Vise, and Earl, 29 Dec. 1800. Residences, Park Place, 
Oxon ; ai;d Hurn-Court, Hants.] quarterly; first and 
fourth, az. a chev. erminois, betw. three hedgehogs or, 
for Harris; second and third, az. two bars and a chief 
or, the last charged with three escallops of the field, for 
Clarke; on a chief, extending over the first and second 
quarters, ar. the eagle of Prussia displ. sa. beaked, leg- 
ged, and langued, gu. ; on the breast the cypher F.R. 
and over it the electoral cap ; o\er its head the same caj) ; 
in the dexter claw a sceptre, in the sinister, a mound, all 
or ; and on e.ich wing a trefoil ar. — Cre^t, a hedgehog 
or, charged on the side with three arrovxs, one in ])ale, 
and two in saltier, ar. and across them, barways, a key 
az. Sujiporlcrs, dexter, the Prussian eagle, wings ele- 
vated, sa. crowned, and charged on (he breast and wings 
as that ou tJic chief, iii the anus ; sinister, a rein-deer 



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jipr. Motio, "ver the crest, on au orange coloured label, 
./(• iiiainliciKlitti, tlic uiollo ot'tl)e house of Nuisati, ; aud 
l/<-lii\v till' shii-ld, l.'/ji'/iir patriain rcmi/iisci. 

llAKltis l'>;iroii IIAIUIIS of Seriiigapatuni and Mysore, 
in ihe l-'"<t Iinlios; aud of Ivjluiont, Kent. \t rtation, 
II <Au(}. lUlj. licsiclcnce, Jjelniont, Kent] vert, oil 
n rlicv.cinbattk'd, erniniois, betw. three hedu;eliot:s or, 
ns iiiaifY bouibs sa. lired |>pr. ; upon a chief of aup;- 
lui'iitalion, the' gates aud fortress of Seringapatani, all 
p|,r, — Crest, on a nuiral crown or, a royal tigrer pass. 
Liiard. \ert, striped or spotted gold, pierced in the 
breast with au arrow of the last, vuliicd gu. cliarged on 
the forehead with a Persian character foi Ilvder, and 
crowned witli an eastern coronet, both gold. Supporters, 
de\lcr, a uretiadicr-soldier of the seventy-third regiuient, 
ill his reninientals ppr. supporting w it'll the exterior hand 
a blali', liiereou hoi>toil the union flag of Great Kritain, 
over that of the standard of Tippoo Sultaun, and beneath 
the Iri. coloured flag entwined, inscribed with the word, 
iicpublii/iu'; sinister, a Malay soldier, in his uuiforni 
l>))r. sirp|)orling a like stafl', thereon hoisted a banner 
ar. striped barwavs gu. with a canton o\er that of the 
.-laudard of Tippoo Sultaun, with the tri-coloured flas, 
iut\\iiii-d liencatb, as on the dexter, inscribed with the 
word. J'laiaaisc, all ppr. I\Iotto, j1/(/ Prince and my 
(iiiiHtri/. 

Iliirrisy [Windsor, Berks.] ern). on a bend az. three hedge- 
liogs or.— Crest, a dcnii pegasns gu. wings endorsed or. 

Harris, [Clies. and Devons.] ar. a fesse betw. three Moors' 
heads, coiiped at the shoulders, sa. cliarged with as 
many inarllets of the field. 

Harris, [Coriuv. ; Eyston and llaynes, Devons. ; and 
Herts.] sa. three crestents within a bordnre ar. — Crest, 
on the stnuij) of a tree, raguly, lying fessewavs, vert, a 
falcon, rising, cnu. beaked and legged or. (Anofhcr 
crcsf, on the stump of a tree, lying fesseways, a hawk, 
wings expanded, ppr. beaked, nicmbeied, and belled or.) 

Harris, [Cornw.] gu. fretty ar. a canton of the second. 

Harris, [Devons.] sa. three crescents ar. — Crest an eagle 
displ. or. 

Hurris, [Devons. aud Monmouthshire] sa. an antelope, 
salient, ar. attired, tufted, and maned, or. — Crest, a de- 
nii antelope, as in the arms, salient and erased. 

Jliirrii, [Criiksey, Essex] or, on a bend engr. az. three 
cimpu foils, pierced, of the field. — Crest, a denii hare, 
^;tlnnl, p|)r. 

Harris, [Ilsvcx] or, on a bend engr. az. three cinquefoils 
of the lield.- -Crest, a lalbot, sejant, or. (Another crest, 
a buck's head, chequy, ar. and az. attired or.) 

Harris, or Hanirs, [Longhton, Essex ; aud Priekwcll, 
Su.ss.] ar. on a cliev. engr. betw. three wolves' heads, 
erased, sa. a lozenge or, betw. two fishes of the first. 

Harris, [Hants.] crni. five bars gu. 

Harris, [Ireland] ar. a lion ramp. gu. surmounted by a 
chev. az. — Crest, a monkey pass, banded round the mid- 
dle. 

Harris, [Kent] . . on a chev. . . three roses . . a canton . . 
— Crest, a cross calvary on a rock. 

Harris, [Kent] erm. on a chev, az. betw. two anchors, in 
fbief, .., and a crescent, in base, gu. a cinquctoil betw. 
two cscallojys. 

Harris, [Loudon] sa. three crescents within a bordure ar. 
Crest, a winged heart gu. imperially crowned or. 

Harris, [Middle '"Temple, London. Granted 10 April, 



n A R 

1071] ar. on a bend engr. sa. three cin(|uefoils of the 
first. 

llarris, [Abcot, .Salo])] az. a chev. erm. betw. three hedge- 
hogs or. — Crest, a hedgehog or. (Another crest, a pe- 
lican in her piety jipr. Another, a tietiii pelican ppr.) 

Harris, [Rorcatton, Salop] or, three hedgehogs az. — Crest, 
a hedgehog az. 

Harris, [Cructon, Eudlow, aud Tonge-Castle, Salop. 
Granted Jul;/, 1(!04] barry of eight, erm, and az. over 
all three annulets or. — Crest, a hawk ar. beaked and 
belled or, preying on a jiheasant of the first. 

Harris, [Stockton, Salo])] az. a chev. ar. betw. three 
hedgehogs or. — Crest, a hedgehog or. 

Harris, [Surrcv] sa. a chev. betw. three hedgehogs ar. 

Harris, az. a chev. enninois, betw. three hedgehogs or, a 
label for dift". — Crest, a hedgehoi; or, charged on the 
side with a key, in pale, az. Motto, UOiqiic patriant 
raniiiiisci. 

Harris, az. three hedgehogs or. — Crest, a hedgehog or. 

Harris, or Hcris, [Scotland] az. a fesse betw. three hedge- 
hogs ar.^Crest, on a mount vert, a crane holding in 
the dexter clav\' a stone ppr. 

Harris, [Cousland] ar, a thistle vert, flowered gu. betw. 
three hedgehogs sa. 

Harris, ar. a lion ramp. gu. over all a chev. or. 

Harris, barry of ten, erm. and az. three annulets or. 

Harris, erm. on a bend az. three urchins or. 

Harris, or Harretjs, az. a chev. crni. betw. three hedge- 
hogs or. 

Harris, sa. an antelope ramp. ar. armed or. — Crest, a de- 
nii antelope ppr»-4w«ied or. 

Harris. Sec Harries. 

Harrison, [Finehamsted, Berks.] or, on a chief sa. an 
eaule displ. with two heads of the field. 

Harrison, [Finehamsted, Berks. Granted IG'23] or, on a 
chief sa. three eagles displ. of the field. — Crest, out of a 
ducal coronet or, a talhot's head of the last, guttee de 
poix. 

Harrison, [Essex] az. two bars erm. betw. six etoiles oi, 
three, two, ami oiic. — Ciest, a stork, with wings ex- 
panded, ar. beaked and membered or. 

Harrison. The same arms, eagles or. — Crest, tlie same. 

Harrison, [Ireland] ar. two bars gu. ; on a chief sa, an 
eagle displ. or. — Crest, a dend eagle displ. sa. gorged 
with a mural coronet or. 

Harrison, [Dowoe Hill, Kent] az. two bars erm. betw. six 
etoiles ar. three, two, and one. — Crest, a chapeau gu. 
turned up erm. on either side a wing expanded ar. 

Harrison, [Gouldhuist, Kent] sa. three lozenges conjoined, 
in fesse, rrm. — Crest, a demi lion ramp. ppr. holding in 
the |)aws a lozenge erm. 

Harrison, [Atclitf, Lane; aud Elkincton, X.ani)). Granted 
10 Sept. ItilO] or, on a cross az. five pheons of the field. 
— Crest, an arm, vested az. purlled or, cuffed ar. holding 
in the hand a broken dart ))pr. jihconed of the second. 
(Another crest, a snake vert, entwined round a broken 
column ar. Another, or.) 

Harrison, [Lincoln's Inn Fields] The same arms. — Crest, 
an arm, erect, coupcd below the elbow, habited az. cnft'td 
ar. the hand holding an arrow ppr. barbeil or. 

Harrison, [Beisby and Burtoii-Stath, Line] The same arms 
as of Essex. 

Harrison, [London, descended from Durham. //'■'■. Of/'. 
C. '2-1] az. an eagle displ. or, dncallv gorged ar. — Crest, 

[OC] 



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H A R 



on a chapeau az. turned up and indented crin. a bird, 

with vinsts endorsed, sa. 
Harrison, [London, descended from the Duchv of Bruns- 

vitk] per fcsse, or and ar. an anchor, erect, in pale, sa. 

— Crest, out of a crown or, a plume of ostrich's feathers 

of the last and ar. 
Harrison, [London] az. an eagle displ. or, a chief erni. — 

Crest, on- a chapeau az. turned up eim. a bird, with 

wings cxpan<lcd, sa. 
Harrison, [London. Ifcr. Off. C. 24] az. an eagle displ. 

gorged with a ducal coronet or, a chief erni. 
Harrison, [London] gu. an eagle displ. and chief or. 
Harrismt, [Norf.] ar. an eagle displ. sa. ; on a chief az. 

three crosses pattcc h tehee or. 
Harrison, [of the North. Granted 1574] or, on a chief 

gu. three Ciigles dis])l. of the field. — Crest, out of a du- 
cal coronet, a talljol"s head or, guttee de j)oix. 
Hanisnn, [London; and North Riding, Yorks.] or, on a 

chief gu. three eagles displ. of the first.— Crest, in a du- 
cal coioiiet, a talhot's head or, guttee de poix ; over the 

crest the motto, Vicius in arcluis. 
Harrison, [Newcastle] gu. an eagle displ. ar. a chief or. 

— Crest, a snake ppr. entwined round a broken column 

ar. 
Harrison, [Westminster, Blne-Manilc Pursuivant of Arms, 

Granted TilGii ; afterwards, Windsm- Herald, and Cla- 

rencievx Kimj oj Arms'] az. three dcmi lions ramp, and 

erased, or, each cr<>\vned with an eastern crown ar. — 

Crest, out of a mura! coronet az. a demi lion ramp, or, 

crowned as i:i the arms, holding betw, the paws a laurel 

garland ailorned with four dnmask roses pjir. 
Harrison, [Acaster, Caton, and Flaxby, Yorks.] az. three 

demi lions ramp. or. — Crest, a demi lion ramp. ar. 

holding a laurel-branch vert. 
Harrison, or, on a cross az. five jiheons of the field, a 

chief of the second. 
Harrodyn. See Hawrobvn. 

Harrold, [Ireland] ar. a fesse betw. three mullets gu. 
HaiTold, and Harrould. See Harold. 
Harrow, erni. three arrov.'s conjoined in the nombril 

point of the escutcheon, gu. with a wreath ar. and of 

the second, toothed or. — Crest, a hand, vested gu. cuffed 

or, holding a baton az. 
HARRowniiN, [Ches.] ar. guttee de poix, a fesse wa^v sa. 
Harrowdon, ar. on a bend gu. five lozenges or. 
Hakrowe. See Harw'e. 
Harrower, [America] az. a fesse betw. three harrows 

or, toothed gu. — Crest, a garb ppr. Motto, Sednlo nu- 

mcn. 
Harrower, [Enzievar] az. a chev. betw. three harrows or. 

— Crest, a garb p])r. 
IIarriise,— Crest, a bull's head issuing, gorged with a 

cbaplet of roses. 
Hakky, alias Henry, [Postou, Heref.] ar. a fesse betw. 

three lozenges az. within a bordurc of the last. 
Harry. The sauie arms. — Crest, an angel's head, couped 

below the breast, ppr. vested az. wings ex])anded. 
Hakryson, gu. an eagle displ. or, a chief of the second. 

— Crest, a serpent entwined round a broken pillar or. 
Harryson, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three escallops sa. within 

a bordure cngr. of the last. 
Harsack, or Harseck, [Norf.] or, a chief indented sa. 
Harsetongle, ar. on a fe.sse betw. three chev. gu. two 

escallops of the first. 



Harsewitt, [Norvcll] az. two bars dancettee crm. betw. 

six cross crosslets or, three, two, and one. 
Hausick, [Norf.] ar. a chief imienteil sai 
Hursiek, or Hartsiek, [Suff.] per fesse, indented, sa. and 

or. 
Harsicke, [SulL] The same arras. 
Hursickc, or, a chitf iudeiited az. 
Haksike, or, a chief indented sa. 
Harsnet, [IJisltop of Chichester. Granted 1613] az. 

two bars dancettee erni. betw. six cross crosslets or, 

three, t«o, and one. 
Harsnet, [Suss.] az. two bars dancettee erm. betw. nine 

cross crosslets or. 
Harsnet. The same arms. — Crest, a dexter hand holding 

a sword, blade wavy, ppr. 
Harst, erm. a mullet of six points, ))ierced, gu. 
Harst, ar. a sun in splendour gu. 
Harstonge, [Norf.] .. a chev. crm. betw. tv\o cinque- 

Ibils in chief, and a stiig, tri])pant, in base, .. 
Hart, [Lullinsstone Castle, Kent] jier chev. az. and gu. 

three harts, tri|)pant, or. — Crest, a lion's head, couped, 

crni. dncally crowned ... 
Hart, [Chester Herald, Temp. Elizabeth, ob. IG July, 

1572] gu. a fesse betw. three fleurs-de-lis ar. 
Hurt, [lloston. Line] ar. three lozenges az. each charged 

with an escallop or. — Crest, a st;ig's head, erased, . . 

with u branch in the mouth. 
Hart, [Vicar of Waljiole, Norf. ob. 2 May, 1726] The 

same arms and crest. 
Hart, [Lord Mayor of Ix)ndon, 1589] sa. a chev. ar. betw. 

three fleurs-de-lis or. 
Hart, [London] gu. on a chief indented or, three human 

hearts of the first. 
Hart, [London and Yorks.] sa. a chev. or, betw. three 

fleurs-de-lis ar. 
Hart, [Devons. and Highgate, Midd.] gu. a bend betw. 

three fleurs-de-lis ai-. 
Hart, [Hanipton-Wick, Midd.] sa. a bend cngr. betw. 

three (leursde-lis or. — Crest, a buck pass. ppr. 
Hart, [Grimmnns] gu. on a chief ar. three hearts of the 

field. — Crest, a hart's head jjpr. Motto, Via una, cor 

unum. 
Hart, [Ireland] gu. a fleur-de-lis ar. ; on a chief of the 

last, three hearts of the first. — Crest, a camel, coucbant, 

ppr. 
Hart, [Scotland] gu. a bend betw. three fleurs-de-lis ar. 

— Crest, a sun-dial or, on a pedestal gu. 
Hart, per chev. gu. and az. three bucks or. — Crest, a lion's 

head, erased, errn. dncally crowned or. 
Hart, per chev. az. and gu. in chief a fountain \)\n. in 

base two harts, counter-trippant, or. 
Hart, ar. three bucks' heads, couped, sa. 
Hart, or Hert, or, on a chief, indented, ar. three hearts 

Hartagan, [Ireland] az. alion ramp. betw. twos\\ords, 
paleways, ar. — Crest, a hand in a gauntlet, holding a 
sword ppr. 

Harte, [Kent] per chev. gu. and az. three harts, trip- 
pant, or. — Crest, a lion's head erminois, niurally crowned 
gu. 

Harte, [Kent] sa. a fesse or, voided of the field, betw. 
four mullets of the second. 

Harte, [.'Melton Mowbray, Leic] sa. a bend engr. bet«. 
three fleurs-de-lis or. — Crest, a stag ppr. 



H A R 

tlartf [Fulliani, Mi<lil. and Wallpoole, Nurf. 1(534] ar. 

tli!^-o la/cii'os sa. cliaiged with as many escallops or. — 

Cfi'^l n i*tii"'s head, eiased, sa. attired ar. in tlie inoutli 

n rtow'cr ol" the last, stalked and leaved veit. 
Unrtf sn- " 'esse or, l)et\v. three ciiiqiicfoils of the last. 
HaktVlow e, ar. a cross gu. a label of five points az. 
FIai;ti:kv, ar. a cross tlory, in saltier, gu. 
MAKTKSim.t., ar. a chev. sa. betw. six inullcfs p-u. 
Haktksiiokn, az. a cliev. betw. three bucks' heads, ca- 

bossed, ar. 
JIaktkys, per ciiev. az. and gu. three human hearts ar. 
lUnTFl.r.KT, [Kent] az. three escallops or. 
llarl/lnl. See Uaiftcet. 
IIaktiokd, [IV'ds.] or, tv^■o bars iindee az. ; on a chief 

sft. ihieo bucks' heads of the field. 
Hartford, [dies.] ar. a squirrel, sejant, gu. cracking a 

nut or. 
Hartford, az. (tiree chev. betw. as many harts' heads, ca- 

bossed, or. — Crest, a parrot's head gu. betw. two wings 

vcrl. 
Hartford, gu. a chev. betw. three bucks' heads or. 
Hartford, nz. two bars or ; on a chief sa. three harts' 

hciid-, Louped, or. 
Ilrrlfinl, ar. on a fcsse sa. three bucks' heads, ca bossed, 

or. 
Hartford gu. on a fcsse ar. three bucks' heads, coupcd, 

sa. 
JImlford, gu. tlirce eagles displ. or. (Another, ar.) 
Hartford, sa. a bend lozengy ar. 
Hartford, sa. two bends ar. 
Hartoift, ar. three harts' heads, couped, sa. attired 

or. 
Hartgill, [Kilniington, Somers.] ar. three bucks' heads, 

cabossed, sa. 
IlAnTGUAVE, [Bollingbroke, Line] az. a fesse ar. frelty 

gu. betw. three hinds, <urrent, or. 
Hartgravc. The same amis. — Crest, a demi man, in ar- 
mour, wielding a scimitar in the sinister hand, and roy- 
ally crowned ppr. 
Hartgull, ar. three bucks' heads, cabossed, sa. — Crest, 

a buck's head, erased, sa. attired or. 
HA^THA^!, [Leic.] sa. a chev. erm. betw. three sj>otled 

do.:s of the second. 
IIartm Ki.i., barry of six, ar. and vert. 
Ha mm 1. 1., ar. on a mount ppr. a stag, lodged, gu. 
Hnrlhitl, per pale, or and sa. two bars vert. 
Hartiiui.i,, ar. two bars vert. 
Hartigan, az. a lion raiiip. ar. brandisliinc; in each of 

the forejiavvs a sword ppr. — Crest, a hand, in armour, 

coupcd below the wrist, erect, ppr. holding a sword of 

the last. 
Hartington, or, a stag's head, cabossed, gu. 
Hartinglon, gu. a fesse betw. three bucks' heatis, cabossed, 

ar. attired or. 
Hartley, [Manchester, Lane. Her. Off. Layiaishire, c. 

37] ar. on a cross gn. pierced of the field, four ciuque- 

toilsor; in the first and fourth quarters a martlet sa. — 

Crest, a martlet sa. hold ins; in the beak a cross crosslct 

fitchce or. 
HurtUy, [Scotland] The same arms. — Crest, a demi aiitc- 

lo|)e, collared, sa. 
llarllqi, [Melcrstarnies, Scotland] ar. on a bend az. three 

boars' heads, erased, of the first. 
Hartley, [Ireland] ar. on a cross gu. five cinquefoils of. 



H A R 

the first.^Crost, a dexter arm, in armour, embowed, 
couj)ed, ])pr. holding a club sa. spiked or. 

Harth'if, or, a bend, cottised, sa. 

HartLow, [N'.iuub.] ar. a cross gu. in the first guartcr 
a martlet sa. 

Harllow, ar. a cross gu. a label of five points az. 

Hartluw, ar. a cross gu. 

Hak TON, ai. a stag's head, cabossed, sa. attired or. 

Harloii, gu. a fesse erm. within a bordure engr. of the 
last. 

HARTor, [Buckminster, Leic. Granted by Segar'] sa. a 
chev. betw . three otters pass. ar. — Crest, out of a ducal 
coronet or, a demi pelican, with wings endorsed, ar. vul- 
ning her breast gn. 

Hartop, [Kent] sa. a chev. betw. three falcons' heads, 
couped, ar. 

Harloj), sa. a chev. erm. betw. three tigers ar. — Crest, out 
of a ducal coronet, a pelican or, vulniug herself gu. 

Hartopp, Bart. [Frealhby, Leic; and Four Oaks' Hall, 
Warw. 12 May, 1790] sa. a chev. erm. lictw. three 
otters pass. ar. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a 
pelican ar. vnining herself ppr. 

Hartopp, [Cambridge and l^icestcr. Granted 18 May, 
lO'JU] sa. a chev. erm. betw. three otters pass, cf the 
second. (Another, ar.) — Crest, out of a ducal coronet, a 
demi pelican or, vulning her breast gu. 

Hartridge, [Kent: and Tyshuist, Suss.] or, on a chev. 
sa. three hawks' heads, couped, ar. — Crest, on a port- 
cullis sa. lined and studdetl ar. a lion pass, of the last. 

Hartrow, [Confirmed 19 March, lol9] or, a mascle sa. 
betw. three pellets. 

Hartshill, or, a chev. sa. betw. six martlets gu. 

Hartshorne, — Crest, a wolf pass, collared and lioed 
ppr. 

Hartsick. .See Harsick. 

Hartsink,— Crest, a demi lion holding in both paws a 
ragged staff. 

Hartstoxge, or Hartstronge, [Ireland] ar. a cbcv. 
betw. three garbs vert, — Crest, a tleur-delis, or, entwi- 
ned by a serjicnt vert. 

Uart.strong, [South Repps, iSorf.] per chev. ensrr. or 
and sa. ; in chief three ogresses, in base a hart, tripjiaut, 
of the first. 

Hartsweli,, ar. three ))hcoiis sa. 

Hartwei.i., Bart, [Dale Hall, Essex, 26 Oct. 180-3] s^i. 
a buck's head, cabossed, ar. attired or, betw. the attires 
a cross patlee fi(ti)ee of the last ; in chief, a liuri |is>s. 
guard, per pale, of the second and third; on a cautOR 
erm. two bars, per fesse, az. and gn. — Crest, on a niou.nt 
vert, surrounded with seven pales, the second and fifth 
charged with a spear's head, sanguinated, ar. a halt 
lodged, tlie dexter foot on a well of the last, and in (he 
mouth a sprig of oak vert. Motto, Sorte sua contcntus. 

Hnrtirell, [Ciornw.] ar. on a fesse wavy sa. three hares' 
heads, erased, of the first. 

Jlartwell, [Kent ; N.unib. ; and Preston, N.amp.] sa. a 
hart's ho.nd, cabossed, ar. betw. the attires a cross formee 
or. — Crest, a beetle pass. gu. wings endorsed sa. horns 
ar. 

HnrtweU, [N.nmb.] sa. a hart's head, cabossed, in base, 
betw. the attires a cross formee fitchec ar. ; in chief, v\o 
harts or. 

Ilartwdl, ar. a hart's head, cabosse^l, sa. attired or, iieiw . 
the horns a cross pattee of the last.— Crest, oo a iiiuu-j! 



H A R 



II A R 



vert, paled or, a hart, curreut, ppr. attired of the se- 
cond. 

llartwell, sa. a buck's fiead ar. 

JJartivfll, sa. a buck's Iiead, cabosscd, ar. attired or, betw. 
the horus a cross pattie, fitched at the foot, of the last. 
— Crest, in a park, paled or, a stac;, Iodized, ar. 

Hartice'll, sa. on a buck's head a cross foruiee ar. 

llartwell, sa. a hart's head, cabosscd, ar. attired or, bctw. 
six choughs of the second. 

llartwell, sa. two lions pass. ar. crowned or. 

llartwell, gu. three lozonijes ar. 

Harty, [Birchingtoii, Kent] or, on a fesse sa. three fal- 
cons, volant, of the field. — Crest, a falcon's head, era- 
sed, ppr. betw. two wings expanded or. 

Hartysborne, az. a chev. ar. betw. three bucks' heads 
or. 

Haruton, gu. a crescent or, in chief a label of three 
points az. each charged with an escalloj) of the second. 

Harvage, ar. a lien ramp. gu. tail forked ; in chief three 
torteauxes. 

Harvage, ar.'six torteauxes, three, two, aud one. 

Harvedon, ar. on a bend gu. five lozenges or. 

Harvell, ar. on a chev. gu. five bezants. 

H.4RVEY, [Thirley, Beds.} gu. on a bend, i)er bend, ar. 
and or, thiee trefoils, slipped, vert. — Crest, a leopard's 
head, couped, guard. . . . 

Harvey, [Cambr. and Storbrook, Suff.] or, a chev. gu. in 
chief two leopards' heads of tiie last. — Crest, a denii 
leopard ar. spotted sa. holding betw. the paws an incres- 
cent erni. 

Harvey y [Hale, Cornw.] ar. a chev. betw. three harrows sa. 

Harvey, [])Iomniieiital Inscription iiL Cantcrhury Cathe- 
dral] or, on a chev. embattled gu. betw. three lions' 
paws, erect, . . as many crescents , . 

Harvey, [Clarencieiij: King of Arms, ob. 27 Feb. 1566-7] 
or, a chev. betw. three lions' (or leopards') faces gu. 

Harvey, [late M.P.for Colehcster] per fesse, az. and or, 
a pale counterchanged, and three lions ran>p. guard, ar. 
— Crest, an arm, crabowed, habited az. supporting a 
wheat-shcaf or. 

Harvey, C. B. [Capt. li.N.] az. on a pale ar. betw. two 
eagles displ. or, each surmounted by an anchor, erect, of 
the last, a trident sa. entwined by two branches of laurel 
ppr. — Crest, betw. a branch of oak aud another of lau- 
rel, a dexter cubit arm, erect, ppr. the hand holding a 
trident or, on the staff a flag hoisted, az. tiiereou tlie 
word Jiosario, in tetters of gold, blotto, Dieppe. 

Harvey, [Dcvuns. and Suff.] gu. on a bend ar. three tre- 
foils, slipped, vert. — Ciest, a leopard sa. bezautee, col. 
lared and lined or, holding in the dexter paw a trefoil, 
slipped, of the last. 

Harvey, G.C.B. [Rolls-Park, Chigwell. Admiral, aud M.P. 
for l£ssex] or, on a chief inilented sa. three crescents ar. 
—Crest, a dexter hand, couped at the wrist, and erect, 
ppr. over it a crescent, reversed, ar. Motto over, 7'c- 
mcrairc. Supjiorters, the dexter, a trilon, holding over 
the dexter shoulder a trident, laurel entwining it, all 
ppr.; the sinister, a horse ar. gorged with a naval crown 
or, on the rim the word Trafalgar, sa. ; haugina to it, 
by a white ribbon with two blue btri|)cs, the Trafalgar 
medal- or. Rlotto under the arms, RcdoiUable el Fua- 
(pienx. 

Harvey, [Folkestone, Kent ; ajid Comb-Nevilc, Surrey] 
The same arms and crest. 



Harvey, [Essex ; London ; N'orf. ; Coates and Westfavell, 
N.anip. ; and Ickworth, Suss.] gu. on a bend nr. three 
trefoils, slipped, vert ; tin a canton or, a leopard's head 
of tlie first.— Crest, a garb of trcl'oiis vert, banded or. 

Harvey, [Essex and London] or, a chev. betw. three leo- 
pards' heads gu. — Crest, a leopard ar. ducaliy gorged 
and lined or. 

Harvey, [Sir James, Lord ^Livor of London, 1081 ; and 
Sir Sebastian, Lord ^layor, 1018] The same arms and 
crest. 

Harvey, [Alvington, Tsle of Wight ; and Wormersley, 
Yoiks. Granted IGUii] or, a chev. engr. betw. three 
leopards' heads gu. — Crest, a leopard pass. ppr. gorged 
with a collar engr. gu. 

Harvey, [Ireland. Granted in Ireland, 1605] ar. three 
lions ramp. sa. ; ou a chief indented az. as many cres- 
cents or. 

Harvey, [Ireland] gu. a bend betw. three trefoils, slipped, 
or. — Crest, two wings, in leure, jipr. 

Harvey, [Easlry, Kent. Granted 1802] ar. on a chev, 
embattled gu. betw. three bears' gaudjs, erased and erect, 
ermines, as many crescents erniinois. — Crest, two bears' 
gambs, the paws supporting a crescent, as in the arms. 

Harvey, [Upper Deal, Kent. Rear- Admiral of the Red] 
The same. 

Harvey, C.B. [Kent. Rear-Admiral of the Blue] az. on 
a chev. embattled, betw. tv,o bears' paws, erased, in 
chief, and an anchor erect, in base, or, a bomb on tire, 
accompanied by two crescents sa. ; on a canton of the 
second, a slip of oak, fructed, |i|ir. — Crest, two bears' 
paws, erect, sa. encircled by a wreath cf oak, fructed, 
ppr. grasping a crescent or. 

Harvey, [UusscU-Square, London] gu. on a bend ar. three 
trefoils, slipped, vert.— Crest, a lion pass. ppr. holding 
a trefoil vert. 

Harvey, [Midd.] or, on a chev. betw. three leopards' faces 
gu. as nuxnv trefoils, slip)ied, ar. — Crest, a leopard |)ass. 
ar. spotted sa. ducaliy collared and chained or, on the 
shoulder a trefoil, slipped, of the first. 

Harvey, [Staff's.] ar. on a bend sa. three trefoils, slipped, 
or. 

Harvey, [Suff.] sa. on, a bend ar. three trefoils, slipped, 
vert, in chief a fleur-de-lis erm. — Crest, a dcmi leopard 
sa. bezanlec, holding in the ])aw a trefoil vert. 

Harvey, [Wormersley, Yorks.] erniinois, a chev. engr. 
betw. three leojiards' heads gu, — Crest, a leopard pass. 
ppr. gorged with a collar engr. gu. 

Harvey, gu. on a che-v. erniinois, six trefoils, slipped, vert, 
(the erm. and trefoils inclining the same way as the 
chev.); on a chief or, a stag's head, cabosscd, az. betw. 
two mullets of the field. — Crest, issuant from a crescent 
or, charged with a stag's bead, cabossed, az. a cubit arm 
erect, holding a trefoil, slijiped, ppr. 

Harvey, az. on a bend, betw. two mullets, in chief, and a 
mascle, in base, ar. three trefoils, slipped, vert.^Crest, 
a cubit arm holding a trefoil, sli|>ped and erect, ppr. 

Harvey, ar. three trefoils, slipped, vert. 

Harvey, or Harvy, ar. three lions' heads, erased, sa. 

Harvey, ar. on a mount vert, a hare, salient, ppr. 

Harvey. See Harvy. 

Harvey de Yeon, [ancient] ar. a trefoil, slijipcd, vert. 

Harvie, [.-Mrick, Scotland] gu. a fesse or, betw. three 

mullets, in chief, aud a niastde,. in base, ar. 
Harvie, [liroudley, Scotland] az. on a bend or, three tre- 



II A R 

foil» rcrt. Crest, a tiofoil vert. Motto, Delcctiil et 

otnnl. ,-, . . 

Ji'anir lit. n fi^J^se betw. three martlets or. — Crest, a boar s 

'hra.l'«...i »o.i, is>ui.)-, sa. • , • ^ j 

JiatTf. ur- n 'esse or, bclw. two niarllets, \u cliict, and a 

,^,!ll.lrillP-^'■lle<•l, in base, ar. 
11 \K\ II. I., ."^amc anus anil crest as Carvill. 
1I\i:mli,P., sa. two lions pass, regiiard. ar. 
ll.iKVY, [Irilanil] ar. a niauncli gu. 
Uurni, [London] az. on a cliev. embattled or, three leo- 

|.:ii"ds' hciKJs sa. 
//.ii III, [ London] sa. on a chev. betw. three leopards' heads 

or, n iitstcnl gii. 
Uurvti, or Unrvctf, [Norf. and SulV.] ar. three saddles sa. 

—('rest, a lion, couchant, gu. 
Hani/, fLIriek, .Scotland] gu. a fesse betw. three cinque- 

fod's, in child", and a niasclc, in base, ar. 
/A.rri/, :ir. t\(o bars nebuliie sa. ; on a chief of the last, 

liirVc crosses paltee fitchec or. 
Jlarvif, [Sull.] ga. on u bend ar. three trefoils, slip])ed, 

4,rt, — 'C'rcst. a leoi)ard jkiss. ar. pellettee, collared and 

linrd or, in the dcMer foot a trefoil, slipped, vert. 
llrti-rn. S< i- llnrvrij. 
//.,ny. S.-,- Il,nh,i. 
UAlt^vi, [ISrocklcv, .Sonicrs.] sa. a fesse or, betw. three 

»'jtiiriils, sijant, ar. cracking nuts of the second. — Crest, 

R Mpiirrrl, srjant, ar. tail or, cracking a nut of the last. 
II lit". Ys, ar. un a chev. sa. three guttees dor. 
Hauwarii, [Cornw. and Wore] chequy, or and az. ; on 

n bend gu. three eagles dis))l. of the first. 
Jl<!rii(inl, [Little Chelsea, Midd.] az. on a chev. ar. betw. 

thriT (Idm's ppr. as many acorns of (he last. 
Ifarirnrtl, or Jlcncard, [Alborough, I'ensshoppe, and Gnes- 

>nore, Norf.] az. a fesse jialy of six, gu. and vcit, betw. 

ihrce owls ar. 
Uiinraril, [Miirow, Surrey] az. a lion ramp. ar. over all, 

I'll a fissc or, three roses gu. — Crest, a demi stag erra. 

diicallv golfed and attired gu. 
/Innranl, sa. on a chief ar. three birds' heads, erased, of 

the lirst. 
llnrirard, az. a fesse, gobouated, gu. and ar. betw. three 

<.»-li of the third. 
Imi.wk, or IIarkowe, ermines, three harrows or, con- 

j"iM-d ill the noinbril point with a \\rcath ar. and of the 

►«<iii'l, tiiolhed of the same. 
II \liw ciioN, :ir. a bend connter-coniponee, or and e:u. 
n<trnrduu, ar. on a ImmhI gu. three fusils or. 
lliiruiiloH. Sec 11(1)011 dun. 
JL»nw Ki.l., ar. on a fissc nebulee sa. three hares' heads, 

coupid, or. 
Hm'.wink, [London] or, three trefoils, slipptd, vert. — 

Cr.-st, a hatchet... 
Mai: WOOD, [Dcane, Hants.] az. a chev. crm. betw. three 

luarlh-Ls ar. 
//aru -,,(/. ali:is Whoiuood, [.Salop] or, a chev. bctu . tiiree 

t^'Z'.' Inads, cabos.sfd, sa. each holtliiin: in Tne mouth a 

•1'"^ of ojk |)pr. fructcd of the (irj.t. 
//. M..H.,/, az. n. iVs.se gobony, gu. and ar. betw. three owls 

ol the last.— Crest, an o\\l,~asin the arms. 
iU,tic.MMl, az. a chev. crm. bitw. three martlets ar.— Crest, 

out of a ducal coronet or, a triple plume of twelve os- 

tii.h\ feath.-rs, three, -foiir, and live. 
"",'""■''• ~"- » ''^^"^ huiiietlw; betAv; two lions pais. ( Ano- 

"•••r, pu^s. gu.ird.) or. 



H A S 

Uarirnod, sa. on a chief ar. three bucks' (Another, birds'^ 
heads, erased, of the first. 

Har\\oi:tii. Sec IIarkwokth. 

Hakyni;ton, az. on a fesse or, a crescent .,, within a 
hordurc erm. 

IIaryson', az. on a fesse or, betw. six cros.ses pattee ar. 
three etoiles gu. 

Hcinisoii, or, on a fesse sa. three eagles displ. of the tirst. 

IIasard, [Glouc.] gu. four bars ar. ; on a chief or, three 
escalloj)s of the first. — Crest, a bear's head and neck 
sa. muzzled or. 

llusard. Same arms as Ilaabard. 

Hasbard, [Syngleton, Essex. Temp. Edir. III.'\ or, 
three chev. gu. over all a lion ramp, of the last. 

Hash ELL, vaire, ar. and sa. 

llAsr.ROi oil, or HASiitJRGH, or, a lion ramp. gu. 

Hascalkrtox, ar. three lions ramp. gu. cro\\ned or. 

IIase, [Herkhampstead, Herts.] gu. a hare, salient, ar. — 
Crest, from a bush a hare, current, all pjir. 

Ilasc, [Lord Mayor of Louuqu, 1G14] erniiiiois, three 
lions' heads, erased, sa. 

Ilasc, [Great Melton, Xorf. Granted 1750] crm. a fesse 
engr. or, betw. three lions ramp. ppr. quaitering az. two 
combs in fesse betw. a broken lance, barways, or, one piece 
in chief, the head respecting the dexter side, the other 
half towards the dexter base point, for Loinhc. — Crest, 
a falcon, rising, erminois, belled ar. charged on the breast 
with an ctoile of sixteen points of the last, in the centre 
an ermine s))ot. (Another crat, for Lombe, viz. two 
lances, in saltier, or, each charged with a small pendent 
gu.) 

Ha.w, erm. a fesse engr. ar. betw. three lions ramp. pi>r. 
— Crest, a falcon, volant, erra. belled ar. charged on the 
breast with an etoilc ol' the last. 

Hase, sa. a chev. ar. betw. three Icojiards' heads or. 

Hose, or Hayes, ar. on a pale sa. betw, two paltts engr. 
az. three bulls' heads, coiipcd, or. 

Haselday, [Cambr.] ar. a cross fiory sa. 

Haselden, [Goldingloii, Beds.] ar. a cross flory sa. 

Ilaseldcn, [Stamford, Line] gn. a cross patonce or; on a 
chief az. three round buckles of the second, — Crest, a 
talbot's head ar. 

Haselden, ar. a cross sa. 

Haselden, or Carter, gu. a cross flory or; on a chief az. 
three round buckles of the second. — Crest, a talbot's 
liead ar. charged on the neck with a mullet gu. 

Hasei.don, [Cambr.] ar. a cross pattee sa. 

Hascldon, ar. on a cross patonce sa. a crescent of the lirst. 

Haselerton, [Great Grimsby, Derb.] gu.six lions ramp. 
ar. crowned or. 

Haselerton, [Yorks.] gu. six lions pass. ar. crowned or, 
three, tvvo, and one. 

Haselerton, gu. six lions ramp. ar. three, two, and one. — 
Crest, a Hag az. charged with a cross ar. 

Haselerton. The same arnis. — Crest, a sword in pale, en- 
signed with a cross pattee gu. 

Haskley, Hasley, or Hassely', [Sutr.] ar. afessegu. 
betw. three hazel-nuts or, husks and stalks vert. 

Haselnj. The same arms. — Crest, a leopard's face or. 

Haselin, ar. on a bend sa. three roses or. 

Hasell, [Daleinain, Cumb.] or, on a fesse az. betw . thi-ec 
acorns, slijjjicd and leaved \erl, as many crescents ar.— 
Crest, a squirrel, sijant, cracking a nut, betw. two oak- 
braucbes all ppr. 

t '• >' ] 



HAS 



HAS 



Hasellfoot, [London, 1G.J(;] ])cr ])ale, or and az. four 
lozcnijes, meefiiifc in the ffssc jiciint, toiiiiterchaiiycil. — 
Crest, a dcnii peacock, with mIm^s expanded, az. in tlie 
hoak a snake ppr. entwined round the neck. 

Hasellwall, az. a chief or. 

Hasei.lwood, [Mcihvell, X.anip. ; Oxon ; and W\ke- 
■.varrn, Wove] ar. on a chcv. gii. bctw. thne owls sa. 
as many lozcnses crin. ; on a chief az. three hazel- 
branchcs or. — Crest, a sqnirrcl, sejant, az. collared or, 
charged with three hezants in jialc, holding a nut-branch 

Pl>'-. . , , , 

Ilusellivood, [Sufi.] ar. on a die v. gu. betw. three leopards 

heads, erased, sa. as many lozensjes erin. a chief az. 
Haselrig, [Weteslado and West Brnnton, N.unib.] ar. 

a chev. belw. three hazel-leaves vert. 
Haseluigcje, [Ilaslerigge, and Nowcsly, Lcic. ; and Swar- 

land, N.und).] ar. a chcv. sa. betw. three laurel-leaves 

vert. — Crest, a demi woman, couped below the breast, 

ppr. hair or. 
Hasclrigyc, or Haselrig, [Leic] ar. a chev. betw. three 

oak-leaves vert. 
Easclriggc, ar. a chev. betw. three hazel-lcavcs vert. — 

Crest, a demi woman ppr. ciined or 



slipped, ))pr. — Crest, on a mount, a lamb couchaat 
against a hazel-tree, fructed, all ppr. 

IIaslei'oote, j)cr pale, az. and ar. a cross lozen^-, coun- 
tcrthanged. 

JIaslcJholCj per pale, or and az. a cross lozengy, counter^ 
changed. — Crest, two wings, endorsed, erm. 

Haslerigge, [Lcic] ar. a chev. betw. three oak-leaves- 
vert. 

Has LEW all. See IIaselwall. 

Hasiewell, az. a chief or. 

Haslewood, ar. on a chev. gu. betw, three owls' heads,, 
erased, sa. as many lozenges erm.; ou a chief az. three 
hazel-branches or.— Crest, a squirrel, sejant, az. collared 
ar. and charged on the side with three bezants, bend- 
ways, holding a hazel-branch vert, fructed or. 

IlaslcirooJ, or, a fcsse dancettee az. — Crest, a squirrel, 
eating a nut, gii. 

Ilasleuuod. See Ilaselaoud. 

HASLEY. SeellASELEY. 

Hasling, [Mepham, Kent] gu. a fesse, embattled, erm. 

betw. three talbots' jjass. or. 
Hasling. The same arms. — Crest, an ostrich, iu the mouth 

a broken lilting spear ppr. 
Haslington, gu. three midlets or. 



Haselwall, fir Hasi.ewall, [Ches.] az. a chief ar 

IIaselwciOD, [iMedwell, N.auip.] ar. on a bend gu. betw. | Haspke, gu. a fesse ar. in ciiief a martlet or. 
three owls sa. as many lozenges erm. ; on a chief az. | Haspurg, gu. a fesse ar 



H ASS all, [ilanklow and Nantwich, dies.] per chev. ar. 

and or, three pheons sa. 
Hussfdl. See JJussell. 
Hassard, gu. two bars ar. ; on a chief or, three escallops 

of the first. — Crest, an escallop or. 
Hasselperton, gu. six lions ramp. ar. crowned or. 



three sprigs or. — Crest, a s<piirrel, sejant, sa. bezantee, 

in the mouth a nut-branch or. 
Haschrood, [N.ani]).] ar. on a chev. gn. betw. three hawks' 

heads, era--:ed, sa. as many lozenges erm. ; on a chief of 

the third, three annulets or. 
Haschrood, or Hassclwood, [SufF.] ar. on a chev. gu. 

three lozenges erm, betw. as many leoj)ards' beads sa. a | Hasseley, [Suff.] ar. a fesse gu. 

chief az. ■ Hassell, vert, three adders, erect, ar. — Crest, a dexter 

Haschvood, or Haslewood, az. a chief ar. ' arm erect, habited vert, cufl' ar. holding in the hand a 

Haschcood. Same arms and crest as Haselhcood, Medwell, ' branch of laurel, all j)pr. 

N.amp, : Hassell, or Hassull, per chev. or and sai three pheons 

Hasenhill, erm. a mullet of six points gu. pierced or. I counterchanged.— Crest, out of a ducal coronet a hand 
Hasenhill, erm. a mullet of six points, pierced, gu. I holding three arrows, points downward. 



Hasey, or, a cross vert, over all a bend gu 
Hash, gu. two demi lions pass, conpcd, or, in pale. 
Hashby, ar. a lion rarap. az. billettee of the first. 
Hasiierst, gu. a cross engr. or, in the first quarter a 

fleur-de-lis ar. 
Hashlard, or, a chev. over all a lion ramp, gu, 
Hasibrigge, Bart, See Hesibrigge. 
Hasilden, [Cambr.] ar. a cross crosslet sa. 
Hasildrn, ar. a cross sa. 
Haskanke, gu. a lion ramp, or, a chief az. 
Haskell, vaire, ar. and sa. — Crest, on a mount, an ap- 

))le-tree, fructed, ppr. 
Haskell, vaire, or and sa. 
Hasket, [Paiftbrd, Lane] ar. on a bend sa. three garbs 

or. 
Hasket, [RutVord] or, on a bend az. three garbs of the 

first, over all a baton sinister . , . 
Haskins, [Oxttd, Suney] )ier chev. gu. and az. a chev. 

engr. or, betw. three lions ramp. ar. — Crest, a lion's 

head, erased, i)pr. 
Has/uns. The same arms. — Crest, two hands issuing from 

clouds, conjoined, and supporting a heart, inflamed, ppr. 
Haslack, sa. a chev. erm. (Another, or) betw. three 

catharine-whecis ar. 
U.iSLAM, [Ireland] ar. a cross az, betw. four hazcl-leavcs, 



Hassell, vaire, ar. and sa. 
Hasselwood. See Haselvvood. 
Hassely. See Haseley, 

Hassenhull, erm. a midlet of six points, pierced, gu, 
Hasset, ar. a chev. cini. betw. three dolphins, naiant, az. 
Hassey, [Noimandy] erm. a chev. az. betw. three holly- 
leaves vert. 
Hast, [Wyndham, Xorf.] per cliev. or and gu. three 

greyhounds in full course, counterchanged. — Crest, a 

stags head, erased, gu. attired at. ducally gorged or. 

(Another, collared ar.) 
Husi, ar. a sun gu. 
Hastake, gu, a chcv, erm. betw. three cathariue-wheels 

or. 
Hastaline, gu. a cross patonce or; on a chief az. three 

round buckles of the second. — Crest, a talbot's head, 

couped, ar. 
Hastang, or Ha.stings, [Stalls.] az. a chief gu. over 

all a lion ramp. or. 
Haslaiig, [Leamington and Newbold, Warw. Temp. Hen. 

II.] The same arms. 
Hastang, az. a chev. or, over all a lion ramp, of the second. 
Hastang, per fesse, gu. and az. a lion ramp. or. 
Hastang, az. a chief gu. overall a lion ramp, or, depressed 

by a beud ar. 



HAS 

llASTASn, PR, uz. ft chief gu. a lion ramp, double (iticiieil 
11- -tatii !)<', ix^f P''^' ^*^^^ "'"' *""' * '*""' s'^'icnt, coun- 
JUsTASt;v% T- ^ i'*i''V' gi*- '•'■ "*"' rani[). double qucriea 

Ua^tpay, [Snltwood, Kent] az. a griftin, scgreaut, ar. a 
I liirf of the last. — Crest, on a mount vert, a hare, sitting 

Hastf.p, "u. a chiff chcquy, or and az. — Crest, a wheel 
|)|)r. 

llnslnl, ar. a thief cheqiiy, or and a?. 

lliitid, t-nn. a mullet of six points gu. pierced or. 

IIastkhd, trn- a chief chequy, or pnci sa. 

IIastki.1., vaiie, ar. and sa. 

llASTnr.t.i., or Hastyi-I., erm. a mullet of six points gu. 
pierced or. 

IIastik, [.Scotland] or, on a ground, in base, vert, a lion, 
salient, of the last, royally crowned az. — Crest, a palni- 
luaiich vert. Motto, Pro patria. 

IIastim;, [Stalls.] nr. a lion ra7iip. gu. a chief or. 

l!a\tiwt, gu. a chief az. a lion r;iinp. ar. 

Untlimi, gu. u chief az. o\er all a lion ramp, tail forchee, 
or. 

Jlr.ttiii^, or, t«(i lions pass. gu. a label az. 

llintirt'/. .Same as IlastiiiffS, N.uiub. 

liAsTiNtJE, [Starts. Temp. Edw. III.] az. a liou ramp. 1 
double queued ar. a chief gu. 

Jliistiiiye, or llastitif/es, erm. on a chief az. three mullets 
or. 

Hastingus, [Staffs.] az. a lion ramp, or, a chief gu. over 
nil a bond ar. 

ll'ialiiir/rs. See Ilastinge. 

Hastincs, Rawdon, Marquess of H.\STINGS, Earl 
of Hawdoii, Aisinunt Loudoun, Raroii Hastings, Hunger- 
ford, HolreauN, .Molines, and Itawflon, of tlica United 
Kingdom ; Earl Moira and Baron Rriurlon, and a Baronet 
of Irclitnd ; Cioveruor and Commander-iu-chief of the 
Isiiiud of Malta and its dependencies, &c. [Crcatinris, 
Piart. '20 M<ni, KJG-j ; Baron Rawdon, of Moira, April, 
!"•■)() ; Earl of Moira, iJ Dec. 1701 ; Baron Rawdon, of 
Kaudon, Vorks. 5 March, 1783 ; Baron Hastings, Ilun- 
Cerlurd, iVe. by summons, 1-lGl ; Marquess, &c. 7 f)cc. 
I'UO. liniili-iiccs, Donnington Park, Leic. ; I^dstone 
Hull, \(irks. and the seat of his government] quarteily; 
hi>l and fourth, ar. a mauncb sa. (or Hastinr/s ; second 
anil third, ar. a fsse betw. three jdieons sa. for R'ltrdon. 
— Crests, (irsi, a bull's head, erased, sa. armetl aud 
duially gorged or, for JIasliiu/s ; second, on a iimral 
crown ar. a piKOU sa. with a laurel-branch issuant there- 
out iipr. lor Jiducloii. Supporters, two lK?ars ar. muzzled 
Cu. chains atlixt'd to the muzzles and reticxed over the 
back or, and fastened by a staple to a trunk of a tree, 
erwt, i)pr. held betw. the fore paws. Jlotto, L't nos 
i/iiiKjiic Ida sparsir.iiis. 

Hastings, Earl .>f HUNTINGDON, [Claimed and al- 
lincal Ihi- Earldom, M Jon. ItUil ; ha\inn; lain -(iawiiant 
since 1780; first created 8 Dec. lo-2!»] ar. a mauncb sa. 
— Crest, a bufialo's head, erased, sa. gorged with a ducal 
coronet and arnii d or, ducally crowned of the last. Sup- 
porters, two tigers, ailVontee, or, their visage like that of 
a man, ppr. their body like that of a lion. Motto, In 
eeritutc victoria. 

Hastincjs-Adnkv, Bart. [Willesley Hall, Leic. 28 Feb. 



HAS 

1800. liesideiicc, Wiliesley Hall, Derb.] ar. a maunch 

within a bordure cngr. sa. — Crest, a bufialo's head, 

erased, crminois, armed and ducally gorged or. Motto, 

Vincil v(n-ita.<!. 
Hastings, [.Vgmondisham, Bucks.; Dors.; and Leic.] ar. 

a maunch sa. — Crest, a bull's head, erased, sa. attired 

ar. ducally gorged or. 
JIaatings, [Cambr.] erm. on a chief az. two mullets or. 
Ilastinr/s, [Derb.; Dringham, Norf. ; Oxon; and Fennick, 

Yorks.] or, a maunch gu. 
Hastings, [Gloucester] harry of twelve, ar. and az. over 

all an ine scutcheon or, charged with a maunch gu. 
Hastings, [Cilouc] or, a n)auuch gu. over all a bendlet az. 
Hastings, [Ireland] ar. three niaunches gu.— Crest, a dex- 
ter arm, couped and cmbowed, holding a fired ball, all 

ppr. 
Hastings, [Billesby, Line.] ar. a maunch sa. in the middle 

chief ])oint a trefoil, slipped, . . . 
Hastings, [Hinton, N.anip. Granted 10 Jiilg, lG8o] erm. 

three lozenaes, in bend, betw. two bendlels az. — Crest, 

a demi panther guard, ppr. sujiporting a lozenge or. 
Hastings, [Notts.] or, a maunch gu. with a label of three 

points az. 
Hastings, [N.umb.] ar. a fesse gu, betw. three maundies 

sa. 
Hustings, [Oxou] ar. a maunch sa. — Crest, a demi raer- 

matd, ill her hands a comb and mirror, all ppr. 
Hastings, [Oxon] or, a fesse betw. two mullets gu. 
Hastings, [Oxon] or, a lion pass. gu. a label az. 
Hastings, [Scotland] or, a maunch gu. — Crest, a buU"* 

head, couped, or, armed gu. 
Hastings, [Somerset Herald, Temp. Henry Vlir.] or, a 

fesse and two mullets, in chief, gu. 
Hastings, or Hasgng. The same. 
Hastings, [Stalls.] az. a lion ramp, or, tail forked, a cbiel 

gu. 
Hastings, [\orks.] ar. three maunches sa. 
Hastings, jier fesse, vert and or, a bull counttrchaiiiied. 
Hastinr/s, barry of ten, ar. and az. iu an inescutcl.eon or, 

a maunch gu. within an orlc of martlets of the last. 
Hastings, ar. a fesse betw. three lozenges az. 
Hastings, ar. a fesse lozengy az. 
Hastings, sa. a maunch ar. 

2Jastings, ar. a chief or, over all a lion ramp. gu. 
I Hastings, gu. a bend or. 

Hastings, or, a maunch gu. a label of three points \ert. 
Hastings, or, three maunches gu. 
Hastings. See Hastang. 

Ha.stlehill, ar. a mulU t of six points gu. pierced or. 
Hastolph, quarterly; first, qujirterly, or and az. ; second, 

az. a fret or; third, sa. a cross patonce or; fourth, a 

bend betw. six cross crosslcts fitchce sa.— Crest, a crow- 
volant, in the beak an oak-branch acorned ppr. 
Hastyll. See Hasthell. 
Hasvveli,, [Scotland] per fesse indented, ar. and sa. ia 

chief three mullets, and in base a boar's head, eiase'i, 

countcrcbanged. 
Hasiccll, [Scotland] per fesse indented, (Anol/ier, daucel- 

tce) sa. and ar. iu chief three mullets, and in base a 

boar's head, couped, all touuterchangcil. 
Haswe.ll, or, on a bend gu. three goats ar. attired of the 

first. 
Haswell,— Crest, a talbofs h' ad, erased, az. collarol tnu- 
Hasyng. Sec H.\STiNcs. 



HAT 



HAT 



Hatch, [De\oiis.] gu. two tie mi Jioiis pass, guard, or. — 
Crost, a lion's head, oaliossfd, ar. 

Hatch, [Inland] ar. on a pale, Itetw. two lifliiiots az. a 
sword of tlic iirst, liillcd or. — Crest, out of a ducal co- 
ronet, a hand holding three arrows, points downward. 

Jhilvh, .or, a cross cngr. gu. — Crest, a flag in bend. 

Hatch, p,ii. a cross engr. or. 

Hatch, sa. two dcmi lions |)ass. guard, or. 

Hatch EI!, [Carliy and liythani, Line.] az. a chcv. hctw. 
six cscalio|is ar. — Crest, an arm tndjowed, vested az. 
charged with lliree bar.s ar. holding in tlie hand j)pr. a 
branch of olives vert. 

Hatchlt, or IIatcheti', ar. nine annulets, in saltier, 
interlaced, five gu. and four az. — Crest, a thunderbolt 
• p])r. 

IIatcliff, az. two bars or, over all a lion vamp. gu. — 
Crest, a lion ramp. ar. guttee sa. 

Hatclii TE, [Ilatciitie, Line.] az. three quatrefoiis, slip- 
])ed, ar. — Crest, a lion |)ass. gu. holding in tiic dexter 
])aw a cullas, erect, ar. hilt and pomcl or. 

Hatclijj'c, [Su.<;s.] az. tliree cinciuefoils or. 

HatcliJI'c, az. three cinquefoils ar. 
. Hatcliffe, az. three trefoils, sli))ped, or. 

Hatccmiie, ar. three garters az. 

Hateclikfe, [l^inc] az. three quatrefoils, slipped, or. 

Hatccliffc. Same arms as Haicliff'. 

Hatelj'.y, [Scotland] or, on a bend az. cottised gu. three 
boars' heads, erased, of the field.— Crest, an otter's head, 
erased, sa. 

Hateringdon, erni. a cross gu. surmounted of another, 
ar. 

Hatekin'GTON, sa. a cross or, \oided of the field. 

Hatfkieu, Kaye, [Hatfeild-Hall, Yorks. Confirmed by 
his ^lajusli/s Sign Manual, 17*") ; aho entered in the 
CoUcyc of Arms] eiui. on a chev. sa. three cinquetoils 
ar. quartering ar. U\o bends sa. for Kaijc, of Jlilshaw. 
— Crest, a buffalo's head, erased, or. 

Hatfeld, erm. a chev. cngr. betw. three ciuquctoils sa. 

JIuffeld, erm. a chev. sa. 

Hatfeld, ar. ten cross crosslets gu. four, three, two, and 
one. 

Hatfield, [natficld-Hall, Yoilis.] erm. on a chev. sa. 
three cinquefoils or. — Crest, a bufl'alo's bead, erased, 
or. 

Hatfield, [Carlton, Norwcll, and Willoughby, Notts.] erm. 
on a chev. gu. three mullets or. 

Hatfield, erm. on a chev. sa. three cinquefoils ar. 

Hatfeld, or Jlitjicld, ar. a chev. engr. betw. three cinque- 
foils sa. — Crest, an ostrich's feather enfilcd with a ducal 
coronet or. 

Hatfeld, or He Hatfeld, quarterly ; France and England 
within a bordure az. ciiargcd with eight martlets or. — 
Crest, on the stump of a tree, coupcd, and sprouting 
forth new branches, an eagle, with wings inverted and 
endorsed, all )ipr. 

Hatjicld, erm. on a chev. engr. sa. three cinquefoils or. 

Hatfeld, ar. a chev. betw. three cinquefoils sa. 

Hatfeld, erm. a chev. sa. (Annther, gu.) 

Hatfield, erm. on a chev. sa. tliree mullets ar. 

Hathaway. See Hatheway. 

Hatiik, [Devuus.] sa. three heath-cocks ar. memhered gu. 

HATHKlirnu.u, az. a lion ramp, guard, or. 

Hathersagk, or JIathersege, paly of six, ar. and 
gu.; on u chief az. a fesse dancettee or. 



Hatheway, [Devons.] sa. three birds ar. mcmbcrcd gu. 

Hutheteai/, [llewardiue, in the Forest of Dean, Giouc] sa. 
a bugle-horn garnished and rinimeci, stringed, ar. 

Hatlienay, [fllinic.] sa. a bnde-horn, garnished, ar. 

Hatheway, or Ifatlianui/. The same arms. — Crest, a dcmi 
lion ramp. gu. holding in the dexter jtaw a (leiir-de-lis. 

Hatheway, paly of six, ar. and sa.; on a bend or, tliree 
l)lieons of the second. 

Hathey, [Devons.] sa. three birds ar. mcmbered gu. 

Hathokn, [Overairios] quarterly; first and fourth, ar. 
a cliev. gu. betw. tliree hunting horns vert, stringed of 
the second ; second and third, or, a fesse chequy, az. and 
ar. surmounted by a bend en<:r. gu. all within a double 
tressure of the last; in chief a bugle of the second. — 
Crest, a lion raiiij). gu. armed and laugued az. grasping 
a hawthorn-tree, I'ructed, and in the dexter )>aw' a scimi- 
tar defending the same, ])pr. Motto over, Fidclitatc et 
clemore ; and below, Siijfibulatvs majnres scquor. 

Hathorne, or, on a bend sa. three mullets ar. 

Ha thorp, sa. a chev. engr. or. 

HathorI'E, sa. a chev. betw. three owls or. 

Hathorpc, sa. a chev. engr. ar. 

Hathvrsage, ar. three palets gu. ; on a chief az. a bar- 
rulet dancettee or. 

Hathursege, ar. three palets gu.; on a chief az. awiure 
or. 

Hathwicke, barry of eight, vair and ... 

Hatuye, sa. a chev. erm. betw. three birds ar. beaked 
and legged gu. iu chief a crescent. 

Hatin, lozensy, gu. and erm. 

Hati.ey, [Aylesbury, Bucks.; Coxton, Candjr. ; and St. 
Ede's, Hunts.] az. a sword, in bend, ar. hilt and poiiicl 
or, (the hilt to the dexter chief point) betw. two mullets 
of six points, pierced, of the third. — Crest, out of a du- 
cal coronet, an antelope's head or, armed, tufted, and 
maned sa. jiierced through the neck with a broken sjjear 
gu. 

Hatsei.e, [Midd. Gra)ited\'OQ] erm. three vipers" la-ads 
erect and erased ]i])r. — Crest, on a mount veit, a like 
viper's head, holding in the mouth a branch of lue jipr. 

HatseU, [Granted 1708] ar. three vipers' heads, erased, 
p])r. — Crest, as the last. 

Hatt, [Berks.; Orsctt, Essex; and London] quarterly, 
ar. and gu. on a bend sa. three chajiltts or. — Crest, a 
falcon's head quarterly, ar. and gu. betw. two wiugs, 
expanded, sa. 

Hatt, or Hatte, ar. a chev. sa. betw. three annulets az. 

Hatter, paly of six, or and gu. ; oa a chief of the second, 
a gritfin pass. ar. 

Hattley, [Brecon] az. a sword, in bend, pomelled and 
billed or, the j)oint downwards, ar. betw. two mullets of 
the second. 

Hatto.v, [Cambr. ; Ches.; Glouc; N.amp. ; Shrews- 
bury, Salop; and Harriiigham, ^Varw.] az. a chev. betw. 
three garbs or.— Crest, a hawk, close, ar. liolding in the 
beak an ear of wheal or. (Another crest, a hind, tri))- 
paiit, 01.) 

Hatton, [Cambr.] ar. three hurts, each charged ^^itll a 
bend of the first ; on a chief vert, an eagle disj)l. or. 

Hfltlon, [London] The same arms. — Crest, a dcmi bear 
ramp. sa. 

Uatlon, [Holderness] erm. six masdes gu. three, two, and 
one. 

Hatton, [Ireland] az. a clicv. erui. betw. three garbs or. — 



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Civst. a dcmi crilliii i>pr. winged gu. lioIJing bttw. the 

iivvs an r>i(]iiiic.s lii-liiiet or. 
ll!ilt<m [N.aiiip.] s^a- a cross eiigr. erni. within a bonluie 

.,,._-'( icsl, a liinil pass. or. 
//::?/.■« (MiartiTly ; liisl, sa. a cross ciigr. erin. ; second, az. 

i;«i.-'ii"'l"i''t>'''*> •" cross, ar. ; third, ar. three bendkts 

,a. on n canton of the h\st, a tower of the first; fourth, 

ur. <>M a chief gu. tliree fleurs-de-lis, or. 
l/'-.llini, sa. a chev. engr. crm. within a bordure ar. 
llnttou, sa. a cross engr. erin. 
JJulii'U, ar. a bend gu. charged with tliree bars indented 

or. 
Unth'ii, h>zengy, gn. and erni. 
llAiwoitrii, iir. thr.'c liats sa. — Crest, a hat sa. orna- 

incntid with n cinqnefoi! or. 
IImaki>, [l^reckiiocksliirc] or, a bull's head, cabossed, 

gu. Ix-tw. tliiee mullets of the last. 
IIaiiikue, az. a chev. ar. in chief a lion pass, guard, or. 
Hai iii.iiKF., chcipiy, ar. and gu. a chief party per cliev. 

w.ivv (if tlie secotul and or. 
IIai CKl'KINU, chcqny, ar. and az. a thief or. 
Hai'1>ki.EY, erni. on a chief gu. three bucks' heads or. 
llAiiiKwr.i.L, or, seni6e of crosses jiattce, a lion rani]). 

Si, 

n.!!. r.T, gu. a cross engr. or. 

Hvi <;ii. See Haw. 

llAt'oiiTON, [Ches. and Lane] paij'of six, sa. and ar. 

Jlau'jUlon, [Ikckbury, Salop] ar. a cross sa. in the first 

nnil last quarters an owl ppr. 
lliuujittnn, sa. three bars and a canton ar. — Crest, a peli- 
can's head and neck, vnlniiig itself jijir. 
llo-iiiihloTj, sa. three bars ar. 
ilauijhton, ar. three liars sa.; on a chief of the ■second, 

two mullets of the fir.st. 
lldtiijklon, ar. three bars g"u. in chief three covered cups 

of the second. 
/latitjhtiju, ar. a cross sa. in Ihc chief dester quarter an 

owl gu. 
Jluwijltlrtn, ar. three bai-s and a crescent sa. 
Ilayiihlftn. Scv llawtmi. 

Haiosuaw. The same arms as Henshaw, of Clics. 
IIai GTos, gu. on a fesse ar. a mullet sa. 
Hai kkston, erm. a fesse gu. fretty or. 
JiAi:Ki;sT()NE, cini. a fesse gu. fretty or, within a Iwrdiire 

ctiLT. of the s^ocoikI. 
llAiKroHU, [Devons.] sa. a chev. baiiy nebulec, gij. and 

ar. 
llini/ijoid, sa. a cliev. coiiiponee, ar. and gu. 
Hai K I Mi, [Ttmp. Jkn. III.] ar. three torteauxes. 
Hai KWKi.i,, gii. three chc\'. enn. 
Halkwoou, az. on a chev. bctw. three escallop* ar. a 

I'lrteaux. 
Hitukuood, ar. tin a chev. sa. three escallops of the first. 
Haulu, [Wye, Kent] crm. on a pale sa. three martlets 

or. 
Jliiule. The same arms.— Crest, out of a ducal coronet 

1.-U. H triple plume of ostrich's feathers or. 
Haiilv, [Kent, Temp. Ihn. VII.] or, on across engr. cu. 

a crescent ar. for difV. 
Jhnilr, ar. three lozcncjc buckles sa. 
U'uilv, ar. three bugle-horns sa. in pale an arrow or, 

liiroNch the lower one. 
jJAi i.KVoRD, ar. two bends wavy sa. 
'lAiMcsi HAD, per fesse chequy,"or and az. and gu. 



Haui.ey, sa. fretty ar. a canton of the second. 
TIaulcy, ar. a lozenge buckle gu. 

IlArLsTEF.l), [N.amp.] gu. a chief chequy, or and az. 
1Iai;lt, [\V\e and Maidstone, Kent. Granted '23 Nov. 

15H4] or, on a saltier sa. tlvc mullets of the first. — Crest, 

an ermine )iass. ducallv sorgcd or. 
Ilaiilt, [Norf.] sa. four lozenges erm. within a bordure 

engr. ar. 
Havlto.v. az. two bars ar. in chief as many mullets or. 
IhntUoit, gu. a pjle fusily or. — Crest, out of clouds, two 

hands conjoined ]>|)r. 
Haulton, ar. two burs az. in chief as many escallops gu. 
Hauson, \eit, a bend erm. betvr. six mullets ar. 
Haustei), [N.iimb.] ar. a chief chequy, or and az. 
JIaustvd, [N.unib.] cu. a che\. che(piy, or and az. 
Ilavsted, [Temp, Edw. 11.] gu. a chief componee or and 

az. 
Ilatislcd, cu. a bend erm. a chief chequy, or and az. 
Ilaiisted, gu. a chief chequy, or and az. over all a bend ar. 

a bordure enn. 
Haute, [llantes-Court, Kent, Temp. Edw. III.] or, a • 

cross engr. gu. 
H.AUTERiLi., gu. semee of cross crosslets a lion rani]>. ar. 
Hal'tevili., [De\ons.] sa. seraec of crosses botonnee, a 

lion ramp. ar. 
Hautten, [Oxon. Granted 1-j66] or, on a fesse cottised 

gu. bctw. three asses' heads, erased, sa. a unicorn in 

lull course, ar. — Crest, an ass's head, erased, betw. two 

sprigs of thistles ar. stalked and leaved vert. 
Havaki), [Devynock, Brecon] ar. a bull's head, cabossed, 

betw. three mullets gu. — Crest, a bull's head as in the 

anus. 
llavard, or, a bull's head, cabossed, gu.betw. nine mullets 

of the second. 
Ha VKLAND, [Tewkesbury, Glouc] ar. three towci-s, trij)le- 

towered, az. 
Ilaicland, ar. three towers, triple-towered, sa. — Crest, a 

de.xter arm holding up a garland of roses ppr. 
Havelock, [.Suudorlaiid, Durham. Granted 181.'>] vert, 

a castle ar. betw. two i3enrsde-iis in chief, and a cross 

crosslet fitchec in base, or. — Crest, a lion ramp. gu. 

powdered wiili ermine spots, and charged on the shoul- 
der w ith a castle ar. sustaining a Danish battle-axe ppr. 

Motto, ndelitcr. 
Havenell, sa. a cross ar. 
Uavenell, or JIaiell, sa. a cross or. 
Havekd. See Hayverd. 

Havering, [Dors.] ar. a lion ramp, tail forked gu. col- 
lared of the fust. 
Havering, [Wilts.] ar. semec of cross crosslets, a lion ramp. 

tail forked, "u. 
Haocring, [\S ilts.] ar. a lion ramp. g*i. (Another adds, 

a cross crosslet of the last.) 
IJaverina, ar. a lion ramp, sa. tail forked. — Crest, a lion 

ram)), holiling a spear, llanged gu. 
HaveriiKj, ar. a griiKii, scgrcant, gu. within a bordure az. 
IlaveriiKj, ar. a lion ramp, douhlc queued, gu. 
HaveriiKj, ar. a gritHn, segreant, (A)wiker, pass.) g«. 

within a bordure engr. az. 
}Jnveriii<j, ar. a lion ramp, tail forked g-i. 
Havcriny, ar. a lion ramp, double queued, gu. within ;iu 

oric of crosslets of the last. 
Haverinufeld, or Havingfelu, or, a chev. sa. 
Havekinuth.n, ar, three wolves' heads, erased, gu. 

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JIavcriiKjtou, sa. a fict ot' tiglit, ar. a label of three points 

or. 
l](iv'ji!iHjiim, sa. a (Vtt of eight, or, a label of three points 

ar. 
Havkus, [LoiKJoii ; ami SiielthoiiRcrs, Norf. Granturl 

1/iOiJ] or, on a fisso sa. three cliess-rooks of the trclii. — 

Crest, a griiliii, sejant, ar. beaked and fore legs or, du- 

calJY collared and lineil of the last. 
Hams. The same arms. — Crest, a griffin, sejant, erni. 

ducally gorged and ehuined gu. 
Haviuisage, paly of six, or and gii. a chief of the first. 
Havekskdge, paly of si.\, or and gu. a chief of the last. 
Haversham, az. a fesse betw. six crosses jiattee ar. — 

Crest, on a ducal coronet or, a mullet sa. 
llavcrsliam, az. a Jesse betw. six cross crosslets ar. 
JIarersliiim , az. a fesse ar. bclw. six cross crosslets or. 
Havert, [\\ales] ar. a bull's head, cabossed, betw. three 

mullets gu. 
Havilani), — Crest, a s«ord, in pale, supporting on the 

])oint a niaunch pj)r. 
IIavili., sa. a tlcur-de-lis or. 
Haville, or IJavyj.i.e, enu. a bull's head, erased, sa. 

— Crest, a bull's head as in the arms. 
Havingfeld. See Haveringfei.1i. 
Havincfield, or IIANNINGFIELP, [Cornw.] or, a cliev. 

sa. 
Havonkll, sa. a cross ar. 
Havylle. See Havilt.e. 
IIA^v, or IIaugh, ar. a chev. betw. ten cross croFslcts 

gn. — Crest, a pojilai-lree growing out of a mount, ppr. 
Hav.adding, ar. gutlte de )K)ix, a fosse nebulee sa. 
Haward, [Cornw.] cheqiiy, or and az. on a bend gu. 

three eagles disjil. ar. 
IJanard, [Isle of llartrv, Kent] or, a IniU's head, cabos- 
sed, betw. three iiiuUets sa.— Crest, an arm, vested sa. 

turned up or, holding in the baud ppr. a human heart 

gii. 
Haicard, {Confirmed IGIG] ar. 

gu. 
Uunard, quarterly, ar. and sa, 

changed. 

Haward, gu. a bend betw. six cross crosslets ar. 
Hauurd, ar. a bull's head gu. betw. three mullets sa. 
Hoiiard, or JIawcrd, gu. a lion rani)), ar. crowned or. 
Haivard, gu. a bend ar. 

Hau-ard, quarterly, az. and ar. a saltier engr. counter- 
changed. 
Hawarden, [A|iplcto!i, and Wolston, Lane] ar. guttee 

sa. a fesse nebulee of the seccn<i. 
Hawbeek, harry nebulee of six, or and vert. 
HAAV15ERKE, [Leic] ar. on a bend sa. three annulets, or 

gem-ritigs, conjoined, or. 
Hawl/crkc, ar. on a bend sa. nine annulets or, interlaced in 

threes. — Crest, a hand holding a dart ppr. 
Hawf.orgh, gu. guttec d' eau, a castle or. 
Hawborough, gu. a cross crosskt or, bet\v^eiglit gut- 
ties d' eau. 
Hawbkn, [Scotland] gu. on a chev. or, betw. three cross 

crosslets fitchce of the last, a lion ran)p. of the first. — 

Crest, a lion's head, erased, gu. Motto, J-\rio tcrio. 
Hamdenby, or Hoodenry, vert, a fcssc ar. belw. three 

covered cujis or. 
Hawe, [Hasinghani and Heliay, Norf. Craiilcd lo A''i'. 

lo-50] sa. a fesse humettee crni. betv\. three griliins' 



two bends and bordurc 
a saltier engr. counter- 



heads, erased, of the last. — Crest, n griffin's head, era- 
sed, erni. collared and lined or. 

Ilawc, or U'lf/li, ar. a chev. gu. be tw. ten cross cro<sIet» 
of the last."^ 

Haice, ar. on a bend az. three lions ramp. or. 

Haweii, [Ireland] gu. two swonls, in saltier, ar. hilted 
and ))omelled or, betw. four roses of the second. 

Haweru. See Haward. 

Hawerk, harry nebulee of six, or and vert. 

Hawes, [\\'inbornc, Dois.] sa. three greyhounds' heads, 
erased, ar. — Crest, a goat's head sa. in the mouth a 
holly-branth vert. (Another crat, a greyhound's head 
sa. ducally collared and lined or.) 

Howes, [Lord Mayor of London, 1674] az. on a chev. or, 
three cinqucfoils gu. ; on a canton ar. a lion pass, guard, 
within a bordurc engr. sa. 

Hoices, [London; Ijiswich and Belsled, Sufi". ; and Tad- 
worth-Conrt, Surrey, l()2:i] az. a fesse wavy betw. 
three lioi)s pass. or. — Crest, out of a mural coronet az, 
a lion's head or. 

Haucs, or Hamjx, [London; and Walsham, Suff. Tnup. 
Edw. III.] az. a fesse \\a\ v betw. three lions pass, or, 
armed and langued gu. 

Haues, [London] az. on a clie\. or, three cinqucfoils gu. 
a canton crm. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a stag's 
head j)pr. holding in the month a s))rig of laurel veit. 

Hawes, [London] az. on a elicv , ar. three cinqucfoils gu. 
a canton enn. 

Hawc.i, [London] sa. a chev. bct\\ . three leopards' heads 
ar. 

Hawes, or Hawse, [London] az. on a chev. ar. three 
cinqucfoils jiiirp. a quarter of the second, charged with 
a liou pass, within a bordure engr. gu. 

Hawes, [Weston and Stoke Albany, N.am]i. ; Staffs, and 
AVarw.] sa. a chev. ar. bcl« . three leopards' heads or. 

Hawes, az. on a chev. or, three cinqnefoils gu. p. canton 
ar. charged with a lion pass, of the third, betw. two 
steel gads ppr. — Crest, a buck's head, erased, jipr. at- 
tired or, in the mouth an oak-branch vert, fructed gu. 

Hawes, az. ona che\. ar. three cinqucfoils juirp. ; on a 
canton of the last, a lion ramp, per pale, gu. and sa. 

Hawes, ]icr chev. ar. and gu. three lleurs-de-lis, counter- 
chano'ed. 

Haices, az. on a chev. or, three cinqucfoils purp. ; on a 
canton ar. a lion pass. sa. 

Hawes, az. on a chev. or, three cinqucfoils, pierced, sa. 

Hawes, ar. a chev. bclw. ten cross crosslets gu. 

Hawes, gu. three bulls' heads, couped, or. 

Hawford, [Cambr.] az. on a fesse ar. betw. three lleurs- 
de-lis or, a nrej hound, current, sa. 

Huwford, [Leie.] sa. three llcnrs-de-lis in chief, and a 
greyhound pass, in base ar. 

Hawgwiz, [Germany] gu. a rani's head, cabossei!, ar. 

Hawick, or, on a bend sa. thiee cross crosslets ar. 

IIawkroRNE, ar. a cross niolino or, belw. four acorusgu. 
husks and stalks vert; on a chief., a mitre or, belw. 
two birds. 

Hawke, Harvey, Ljaron IIAWKE of Towton, Yorks. 
[Creatiuii,'-20 Mai/, 177'>] quarterly; first and fourth, 
ar. a chev. erniinois, betw . llirec boatswain's whistles az. 
for Haw/: e ; second ami third, or, a chev. engr. betw. 
three leopards' faces gu. for Harvey. — Crests, first, a 
hawk, with wiuiis endorsed, erni. beaked, belled, and 
charged on (he breast with a tleur-de-lis or, for Hawke ; 



HAW 

hfi-on.l, a l.-npar.l. statant, ppr. collared gu. for Hnncij : 

Supiiorfis, ili'Ntor, Nephiiic, nianliod and staiiciiiii; ii|)- 

rn a lioli.lii'n vert, crowned with an rastorii crown or, l-.is 

nrtii tIcNatod, darting- his triilcnt ppr. ; sinister, a sea- 

|)or-e or, sustaining- witli the kt't foot a banner ar. Mot- 
to, Striki\ , - . , 
UmiLr, [Trevcxtn, C'ornw.] bendy ot sin, az. and or, a 

(hi'ferni. 
Jluu h\ ar. a (bcv. crininois, bctw. tlircc tlag-sfaves ppr. 

- Trevt, n falcon, rising:, ppr. charged on the breast 

with a tlenr-de-tis or. 
Ui:uki\ per pale, az. and gu. a wolf, salient, or, vulncd in 

the slionlder of the second. 
lUw Ki.i oRli, gn. afesse ar. billetlce ... 
\[\\\ KKNs, — Crest, a hawk, with wings endorsed, standing 

on a !ia«k's Icnrc. 
Jl v\\ Kl-l'KNNY, checpiy, ar. and sa. a chief or. 
II vw KKii, [Essex] sa. on a trestle a hawk ar. belled or. 
ll'Kikrr, [llatehisbnry, Wilts.] sa. a hauk, standing on a 

perch, ar. beaked and legged or. 
ll.nrkir. The same arms. — Crest, a dexter hand jipr. 

h.'Ming a liu«k's lenre or. 
n„uirr, nr. ii cross vairii or and of the first, bctw . four 

iiii:ll. 1> of the second, pierced of the field. — (rest, on 

liie btiiiiip <if a tree, lying fe.sseways, a hawk ppr. 
II \« Kf.l'.iDUK, [Ilawkworthy, Devons.] gu. a bend wavy 

nr.; in the sinister chief point a falcon standing on a 

perch, or. 
}fiiirkcri(l;/r, [Devons.] ar. a bend wa\y sa. an arm issuing 

I'roin the sinister, of the last, on a glove of the fust, a 

hawk or. 
H\WK.';s, [Stafls.] az. three bends or, a chief erm. 
/liurjtts. The sanie arms. — Crest, on a chapeau ]>pr. an 

owl with wings cxjianded ar. 
11 AVVKKsroiti), sa. two bars or, in chief tlirec martlets 

nr. — Crest, a grillin ])ass. sa. 
Havvkeston, [Circs. Temp. lieu. IV.] erm. a fesse gu. 

fretty or. 
M \WKi:svvoKTU, [Hawkesworth, 'iorks.] sa. three fal- 

< oils ar. 
Ilinrti'strortli, or Jlmcltswnrth. The same arms. — Crest, 

a vi:ii>ler hand, in fesse, issuing from a cloud in the de.x- 

(• r, rcaihing to a serpent ]>pr. 
II ^v\ Kv.vvoinn, [P.inhope-Iiall, Hercf] or, across cross- 

Ivl rn. — ("rest, a cnbit arm, erect, vested or, cufi' ar. 

Iioliling in I he hand ]ipr. a cross crosslct gn. 
Uisii kcicoi/fi, [lliiukin'^onh, Yorks.] sa. three hawks, close, 

ar. 
ll.lwicEwooD, ar. on a cliev. sa. three cscalloi>s of the 

(list.— Crest, a hawk's head or. 
Ilnirkricmxl, a'/, a chev. Iietw. three escallops ar. 
Han l.nruod, az. on a chev. betw. three escallops ar. a 

torioanx. 
Ilnirl.raood, ar. two bends nebulee sa. 
Il'nrh'w<wd. See Ilaclncond. 
Il.w, KKY, gn. three thistles or. — Crest, a hand, conj)ed, 

hi.lding a curling stone. 
II.-.w KINGS, [Salop, and Knsball, Stalls.] ar. a luwk )ipr. 

bulked and legged or, standing on a trunk of a tree vert. 
ilr.uhiiKis, The same arms. — Crest, a lion's jiav. gu. 

charged with a chev, or. 
Hawkins, Bart. [Kolston, Somers. 25 J)//», 1770] ar. on 

n saltier tngr. sa. five fleurs-de-lis or. — Crest, onaiuouut 

^ert, a liiiKl, lodged, or. 



HA W 

Hawkin.s, Hart. [Trcwithan, Cornw. 21 Jinw, 1791; 
Toiia Jlniisi', ;51, .\r:;)ll Street] per saltier, or and ar. 
on a saltier sa. live fleuis-de-lis of the first, all \\ithin a 
bordnre irobony, or and of the third. —Crest, a cubit 
arm, erect, vested ai. charged with two tlenrs-dc-lis, in 
pale, az. holding in the hand ppr. a baton or, tipped sa. 

ll'iiikiiis, [Marsham, Ucrks.] or, on a chev. betw. three 
ciiupu foils az. as many escallops ar. a chief gu. charged 
with a gritlin |)ass. of the third. 

liawhiiis, [iierks.] or, on a chev. bctw. three ciuqncfoils 
az. as many escallops ar. ; on a chief gu. a griffin pass, 
of the field. — Crest, a dcnii eagle ar. 

JIuuklns, [Devons.] az. a chev. erm bctw. three oak-slips 
or. 

lliiukins, [Devons.] sa. a lion pass, or, on the waves of 
the sea ppr. (represented by barry wavy of six, ar. and 
az.) in chief thiee bezants; on a canton of the second, 
an escallop betw. two palmers' staves of the first. — 
Crest, a denii Moor jipr. bound and captive, with annu- 
lets on his arms and ears or. Motto, yd dispcrnHdnm, 

Hawkins, [Glonc.; and Sheriiigtou, Hercf.] or, on a chev. 
betw. three cinquefoils az. as many escallops ar. ; on a 
chief, per pale, gu. and sa. a grillin pass. erm. — Crest, 
a falcon's head, clietpiv, ar. and sa. beaked or, betw. two 
v\ings, expaiulcci, gu. 

Hawkins, [Ireland] ar. a saltier betw. four fleurs-de-lis sa. 
• — Crest, out of a naval coronet, an antelope's head ppr. 

Hawkins, [Xash, Kent] ar. on a saltier sa. five fleurs-de- 
lis or. — Crest, on a mount vert, a hind, lodged, or. 

Hawkins, [Kent] sa. a lion pass, or, in chief three bezants. 

Hawkins, [Plymouth, lotiO. Her. OJf\ Essex, C. 21] sa. a 
lion pass, or, on waves of the sea l)pr. ; in chief three 
bezants. — Crest, a demi naked man ])|)r. wreathed about 
the temples ar. and az. his liands extended, and manacled 
at each arm with a ro))e passing behind his back. 

Hawkins, alias Edge, [Salop] ar. a hawk ppr. beaked and 
legofd or, standing on a stall", coiiped and ragulcd vert. 

Muukins, [Bignor Park, Suss.] ar. on a saltier sa. five 
fleurs-de-lis or. — Crest, a demi falcon .. wings elevated, 
charged with two beudlcts .. collared ... 

Hawkins, alias Fisher, [Hawkesnest, Warw.] gn. a fesse 
vair, bctw. two falcons, volant, in chief, and a dolphin, 
einbowed, in base, ar. within a bordure enj^r. of the last. 
— Crest, a dexter arm, couped at the shoulder, lying 
fesseways, and erect from the elbow, habited vair, on 
the hand |)pr. a falcon, jierched, ar. beaked, logged, and 
belied or. 

Hawkins, [Trnip. ^nd Elizul/etli] or, a lion pa>s. az. on 
waves, in base, pjir. ; on a canton . . , tv\o palmers' staves, 
an escallop, and three bezants. — Crest, a demi Moor sa. 
manacled p))r. 

Hawkins, ar. on a chev. betw . three cinquefoils az. as many 
escallops of the field. 

Hawkins, per ))ale, or and az. a chev. betv\. three lions 
raiiij). of the first. 

Havvkikke, barry nebulee of six, or and vert. 

Haw KS, erm. two bars vert. — Crest, in the sea a column 

PI"'- 
Havvkswokth, [Thomeborouch, Glouc. ; and ot \orks.] 

sa. three falcons, close, ar. beaks and bells or. 

JIawksieoilh. See Hawkesworth. 

Havvkvvooi), ar.»on a bend sa. three escallops of the field. 

Hawkwood, ar. on a chev. su. three escallops of the field. 

Havvi.e, jici bend, or and vert. — Crest, out of a ducal 



HAW 



H A Y 



coronet or, a mullet gu. betw. two hiurel-brancbcs, orlc- 

vajs, vert. 
JJnule, or, two chev. gu. on a canton of the scconil, a cres- 
cent ar. 
Hawlkgh, [Devons.] ar. an arrow, in Jiale, or, betw. two 

mullets, anil three bugle-horus, sa. garnished of the 

SOC061I. 
Hamles, [Isle of Wight] sa. three goats' heads, erased, 

ar. 
JJawles, [Isle of Wight, and Oregresing, Suss.] sa. three 

greyhounds' beads, erased, ar. — Crest, a greyhound's 

bead sa. dueally gorged, ringed, and lined, or. 
Uawi.kston, ar. on a fesse gu. three martlets or. 
Hawley, Bart. [Leybourne-Grangc, Kent, 14 Maij, 17'Jo] 

vert, a saltier cngr. ar. — Crest, a dexter arm, erubowcd, 

in arnionr, ppr. garnished or, holding in the baud a 

S|)car, in bend sinister, jjoint downwards, also ppr. 
IIuulcii, [Devons.] ar. a barbed arrow, in jialc, feathered, 

or, betw. three bur;l.>-horus sa. 
Ilawlcy, [W est Green House, Hants.] vert, a saltier engr. 

ar. — Crest, .a thunderbolt ppr. 
Ilawlcy, [Liuc] vert, a saltier engr. ar. betw. four mullets 

or. 
Ilawlcy, [Line, and Soniers.] vert, a saltier engr. ar. 
Ilaxclf);, [Claicncich'x King of Arms, ob. 22 Avg. 1577] 

vert, a cross, invecked, ar. 
llaiulcy, per bend, or and vert. — Crest, a falcon, with 

wings endorsed. 
Umcley, ar. a saltier cno;r. sa. 

llawley, [Brentford, Midd.] erm. a cross engr. gu. 
Uawleij, or, a cross cncrr. gu. 
Haivley, vert, on a cross engr. ar. five mullets gu. 
Ilmclcy, or, on a cross cngr. gu. a rose of the field. 
Ilawlcy, Rz. three coats, couchant, ar. attired or. 
Hawleys, sa. a fret and canton ar. — Crest, an arm, era- 
bowed, throwing a dart ppr. 
Havvling, barry of fen, ar. and az. a lion ramp, gu.— 

Crest, on arm, bent, ar. holding a scimitar, blade of the 

last, pomelled or, hand ppr. 
Hawmes, [Sufl.] vert, two tishes, endorsed, in pale, ar. 
Haworth, [Haworth, Lane] az, a bend betw. two-stags' 

heads, couped, or. 
Huwoith. The same arms. — -Crest, a wolf pass, collared, 

holding in the dexter paw a trefoil. 
Ilaivorlh, [Thurcroft, Lane] az. a bend or, cottised ar. 

betw. three stags' heads, couped, of the second. 
Ilaworth, [Manchester] az. a bend or, bctw". three bucks' 

lieads, coupod, ar. 
Hawrobyn, or Harrodyn, ar. guttee sa. a fesse nebu- 

lee of the second. 
Hawrobyn, ar. a fesse nebulee sa. 
Haws, or Hawse, gu. a fret ar. and canton of the second. 

— Crest, a sphinx stataut, v.insrs expanded. 
Haws, per chev. ar. and gii. three fleurs-<le-lis counter- 
changed. 
Hawse. See Hawes. 

Hawselyn, ar. on a bend sa. three roses or. 
Hawsted, [N.amp.] gu. a chief cbecpiy, or and az. 
Hawte, [Hawland, Suss.] sa. three liouuds' heads, erased, 

ar. 
Haw-te, or, a cross engr. gu. — Crest, a dragon's head and 

wings, per pale, or and gu. on the breast a cin<iuofoil. 
Uawli', gu, an inescntcheon ar. betw, eight ciuquefoils, in 

orle, or. 



Hawtc, ar. on a bend a?, three lions ramp. or. 

Hawtf.n, [Calthorpe, Dxrn] or, on a fesse, cotlised, eu. 
betw. three binds' heads, erased, of the last, a unicorn, 
current, ar. — Crest a binds head, erased, or, betw. two 
rose-branrbes, leaved vert, flowered of the lirst. 

IIawth, [Ireland] gu. two swords, in saltier, ar. hilts aud 
pomels or, points ujnvard, betw. four roses of the se- 
cond. 

Hawthorn, [Castlewig] ar. a chev. betw. two cinque- 
foils, in chief gn. and a hawthorn-tree, in base, vert. — 
Crest, a hawthorn-tree p))r. Motto, Stabo. 

Ilaict/iurn, or Jlawl/iornc. The same arms. — Crest, a 
denii antelope ])pr. collared gu. 

Hawtin, or Hawtyn, — Crest, a dcmi lion holding betw. 
the fore paws a globe. Motto, Honor viriiitis prcemi- 
vm. 

Hawton, or Haughton, [London. Her. Off. c. 24] 
ar. three bars sa. in chief two mullets, pierced, of the 
second, a crescent for oitl". — Crest, a bull's head, erased, 
ar. armed sa. 

Hawtre, [Beds.] per bend, az. and ar. a cross moline, 
per bend, or and of the first. 

Hawtre, [Beds.] sa. three lions pass, in bend, betw. four 
cottises ar. crowned or. 

Hawtre, [Bucks.] ar. three lions ramp, in bend, betw. four 
cottises sa. 

Hawtre, [Risli)), Midd.] ar. three lions pass, iu bend, 
betw. four cottises sa. crowned , .. — Crest, a lion's head 
- erased, or, fretty sa. 

Haxctre, ar. on a bend, cottised, sa. four lions pass, guard, 
of the first. 

Hawtrey, [Ascot, Midd.] ar. three lions pass, in beud 
sa. betw. two bendlefs of the last, 

Hawxwelt,, — Crest, a lion's bead erased. Motto, Nil 
desperandum . 

Hawys, gu. three bulls' heads ar. 

Haxcys. See Haivcs. 

Haxton, [Scotland] gu. three mullets issuing from betw. 
the horns of as many crescents ar. — Crest, a decrescent. 
Motto, Resnryo. 

Hay, Marquess and Earl of TWEEDALE, Earl of Gif- 
ford, Viscount Walden, and Baron Hay, of Yester, in 
the Peerage of Scotland ; Knight of the Thistle, and 
Knight Companion of the Bath ; and hereditary Cham- 
berlain of Uuinferndine, [Creations, Baron Hav, 29 
Jaw. 1488; Earl of Twcedale, 1 Dec. 1046; Viscount 
Walden, Eail of Giflord, and Marquess of Tweedale, 
17 Dec. 1G94. Jiesidcnce, Yester House, Haddington- 
shire] quarterly; first and fourth, az. three ciuquefoils 
ar. for Fraser; second and third, gu. three bars erm. 
for Gifford, of ^'cster; over all, in surtout, ar. three 
shields gn. for the ])aternal coat of Hay. — Crest, a coat's 
bead, erased, ar. armed or. .Supj>orters, two bucks ])pr. 
attired and unguled or, each gorged with a collar az. 
charged with three cinqucfoils as in the arms. 3Iotto, 
Sparc nonqht. 

Hay Carr" Earl of ERROL, and Barou Hay of Slanes; 
hereditary Lord High Constable of Scotland. [Crea- 
tions, Baron, 1421 ; and Earl, 17 March, 1452. Best 
dcnces, Dalgcty Castle, Aberdeenshire ; and Errol-House, 
Perthshire] ar. three escutcheons gu. — Crest, a falcon, 
rising, ppr. Siqiportcrs, two men in country habits, 
each holding an ox-yokc over the .shoulder. Motto, StT- 
vajvgttm. 



u ri 



II A Y 

n.AY Tiirt. [Old l.ucc, Wi'^lomisliire, an.ly.W/, 17t»0] ar. 

r'l.-M-viil i>z- '»■«"■• " >'*'''■' '" '-■''''^^'' •'!""• '""'- '" ^"^''• 

, , siiif' li*'""^ ""• — t^"'*^*''' '^ *iil'"'i I'I'r- charged on 

ll,.- Iiriii-t "illi i>" t'so'ti Ill-oil SM- MoUo, Scnujiic/um. 

11^,, M'.ail «'f C.uli5.li] ar. tlirt-e iiiesciiU heoiis g". 

//.V'' ir.arl of Kinoiil] quarterly; first aiui fourth, az. a 
(i^i'ii'orii illVav ar. Iiorlifd, mailed, and uun;ultd, or, \\\'A\- 
i'„ a lionliiiewf llie lust, chapped uilh eiiiltt <kmi thistles 
»,Tt, luid as many (Uiiii roses gn. conjoined paleways, 
lor a coat of anjimcntation ; second and third, ar. three 
inoKcnlehi'inis uu. — Crest, a hawk ppr. armed and helled 
or, perehiii^ on the stock of a tree with branches giovv- 
iiii; lip hetore and liehind. Siijiporters, tuo hawks ppr. 
(II met iinil helleil or. -Motto, Sjiciaci in Ihimiiio. 
Hat). [Ireland] ar. a chev. sa. betw. three escutcheons gu. 
"Crol, a dexter hand holding an olive-branch ppr. 

Hail, [lliil'leiikeelo, \\<\rord, Ireland] az. three esciitch- 
foiis t;ii. — Crest, a falcon p)ir. 

IJiiif, [London] ar. three sliiehls gu. within a bordiire 
coiinier-ci.m)K>nie of the second and lirst. — Crest, a dex- 
ter hand hulding an ox-yoke ppr. Motto, Valet et vul- 
Kcrat. 

//.IV, (Taiisj ar. a hawk's head, erased, betw. three es- 
culiluons mi.— Ciesl, a jilough ppr. Motto, Nil des- 
}x tiintluiii. 

Hint, [Alx'ihidy, Scotland] c|narteily; fust and fourth, 
bV. three ciiupiefoils ar. ; second and tliird, gu. three bars 
criii. all within a boiduie ar. 

Jloij, [.\eliciicov, Scotland] ar. three escutcheons within a 
bonlin'e engr. gu. 

Jim/, [. A rd morrow, Scolhuid] ar. a ciiupjcfoil betw. three 
shields gu. 

Il'ii/, [lialiioiissie, Scotland] ar. three escutcheons gu. 
«illiin a bordurc crui. — Crest, a demi man, bavins on 
the head a cap az. and holding over the shoulder the 
vuke of a ploiigii gn. iSIotto, licnuvate animos. 

Ihiy, [lioiiie, Scotland] ar. three shields gu. in chief a 
inullet of the last. 

Ihnj, [Brokesmutli, Scotland] ar. three escutcheons vert. 

lluy, [Cardeiiie, Scotland] ar. a fesse wavy betw. three in- 
cscutclieoiis gu. — Crest, an ox-yoke, erect, in |>ale, with 
two bows gu. iMotIo, Hinc honor ft opes. 

11(111, [(arniber, Scotland] The same as of Woodcoekilalc, 
with the fesse wavy for diff. 

ll'iii, [Craignethen, Scotland] quarterly ; first and fourth, 
az. three cinqiicfoils ar. for Frasr.r ; second, gu. three 
bars eini. for Gijl'urd; third, vert, three unicorns' heads, 
erased, ar. for_yioc; over all, on a shield of pretence, the 
aims of llai/. 

ll"!l, [Oalgety, Seotlaiid] ar. a ciuqucfoil betw. three in- 
esentelieons gu. 

^^"y, [l^ulgcty, Scotland] ar. a fesse betw. three inescutch- 
eoMs gu. 

^'".V, [nrjinelzier, Scotland] quarlcrlv ; first and fourth, 
az. tliicc cinquefoils ar. ; second and third, gu. three 
bars erin. over all, in snrtout, an escutcheon per jialc, 
first, ur. a chev. betw. three iueseutcheoiis gu. ; second, 
quarterly, fust and fourth, or, three crescents within 
'he loyal tressure gu. ; second, ar. a dragon veil, vomit- 
ing file ppr.; third, erm. a ciuqucfoil sa. on a cliief 
^:u. (lirec stars ar. — Crest, a goal's head, erased, ar. ar- 
lucd or. Motto, Sjitirc uoiiijld. 

lli'll, [IvirnhiU, Scotiaml] ar. three inescutcheous gu. 
within a borduic engr. of tho last, in chief a star. 



HAY 

Ilaij, [Faichfield, Scotland, b<j Pat. ,1800] .The same 

arms, crest, and motto, as of Newton. 
lloy, [Tosterseat, Scotland] ar. three shields gu. withiu 
a hordure engr. az. charged with as many cinquefoils 
or. 
Uaij, [Tuthie, Scotland] ar. a chev. betw. three shields 

gu. 
JJcy, [Hay.stoun, Scotland, descended of Tweedale] Tlie 
quartered arms of that family within a bordure vert, 
chariied with unicorns' heads, cou|>ed, and stars, alter- 
nately, ar. — Crest, an ox-voke, in bend, or, with bows 
gu. Motto, Pro patria. 
Hay, [Keniiet, Scotland] or, a ciiiqiiefoil betw. three shields 

within a bordure gu. 
Uay, [Kirkland, Scotland] ar. a fesse az. betw. three in- 

cscntclieoiis cu. all within a bordure of the last. 
Hay, [Konniiisbcig, }'at. 1807] ar. three shields gu. with- 
in a bonlure engr. sa. charged with eight annulets or. 
— Crest, two arms from the shouliler ppr. embowed, 
vested in russet, grasping an ox-yoke or, bows gu. 
Motto, Pro patria. 
Hay, [Lands, Scotland] ar. a cinqucfoil betw;. three shields 
within a bordure gii. 
i Hay, [Leilh, .Scotland] ar. three escutcheons gu. each 
I charged with a garb or, banded of the ieeonil. — Crest, 
I an ox's head, coiiped, ppr. Motto, xVec ahcst jiirjum. 
1 Hay, [Ix-'thim, Scotland] ar. thiee shields gu. ,wilhiu a 
i bordure imlentotl az. charged with eight cinquefoils of 
' the field. — Crest, an ox-yoke entwined with laurel and 
I olive pjir. Mottc. J-'crt laurcajidcs. 
I Hay, [Lies, Scotland] erm. three escutcheons au. 
j Hoy, [LinpUim, Scotland] The qnarlereil coat of Tweedale, 
' all within a bordure ar. — Crest, a goat's head, erased, 
; ar. horned or, and ebarged with a crescent az. MottPj 
} Malum bona liitcc. 

I Hay, [Locheloy, Scotland] ar. tliree shields wilhin a bor- 
dure gu. — Crest, the yoke of a plough, in pale, or, with 
two bows gu. Motto, Scrca jiifjum siibjiiyo. 
Hay, [.Muchrils, Scotland] ar. a inullet betvi . three .es- 
cutcheons gu. 
Hay, [Muntaii, Scotland] ar. three escutcheons gu. within 

a bordure engr. az. semee of cinquefoils of the first. 
liny, [Newhall, Scotlan<l] The same arms and motto as 
the Marquess of Tweedale. — Crest, a goat's head and 
neck, erased, ar. charged with a crescent. 
Hay, [Newton, Scotland] quarterly; ihst and fourlii. ar. 
three inescutcheous gu..; second and third, az. a chev. 
erm. betw. three plicons of the last, in tho centre a 
crescent sa. — Crest, a goat pass. ar. ariued and uiiguled 
or. Motto, Sparc jioui/lit. 
Hay, [Park, Scotland] T'le same as of Locheloy. 
Hay, [I'itt'our, Scotland] ar. three csciiteheons gu. uithin 

a bordure chequy of the secoiid. and first. 
Hay, [Uaniield and Iiicbnock, Seolland] ar. a nuiliet betw. 
three inescutclieons gu. — Crest, a dexter ciriii, tuibowed, 
holding an ox-\oke ppr. 
Hay, [Rannes, Scotland] quarterly ; (irst and fouvtll, ar. 
three inescutclieons gu. ; second and ;tliird, gu. three 
cinquefoils ar. in the centre of the quarterings a cresctjut. 
— Crest, a goat pass. ppr. Motto, Sparc iinnglu. 
Hay, [Seafielti, Scotland] ar. a chev. betw. three, escutch- 
eons gu. 
Hoy, [Seguieden, Scotland, by Pol. 1801!] quarterly; 
first and, fourth, ar. a bull's bca(|, (.oiiped, beiw. three 



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HAY 



shields gii. within a boidurc clieq'iy of the first and se- 
cond ; second and tliird, i)cr |i;il(^, sa. and ar. on a chap- 
let four <|uatiefoils, all countfrc handed ; in the di-xtcr 
chief a martlet of the second. — Crest, a denii conntry- 
nian pjir. holdiiiif over the shoulder an ox-yoke or. 
Motto, DUigciilia fit vbcitas. 

Jliiy, [S]>ott, Scodanil] The same arms as of Xcwhall. — 
Crest, a 2;o.it's head, erased, ar. horned or. Motto, 
Spare iiouijht. 

IJay, [.Stronzie, Scotland] The same as of Park, thchor- 
durc charged with eiaht crescents of the tield. 

Il'nj, [Waugliton, Scotland] ar. three siiields within a 
bordure, cngr. gu. 

Hay, [Wire, Scotland] ar. a crescent betw. three shields 
gu. 

Hay, [Wondcockdale, Scotland] ar. a fesse betw. three 
escutcheons, all wilhin a bordure gu. — Crest, a denii 
arm ppr. holding- an o\-yoke with bows gu. Motto, 
Jlinc iiicrcnicntvin. 

Hay, [Scotland] ar. a fesse nebulce betw. three escutcheons 
gu. 

Hay, [Scotland] ar. a crescent betw. three escutcheons 
gu. within a bordure counter-compouee of the lirst acd 
second. — Crest, an arm, conped bolow the elbow, grasp- 
ing a yoke, throunh the fingers three ears of wheat erect, 
all ppr. 

H'ly, gu. on a fesse betw. six martlets ar. two martlets sa. 
— Crest, a hand holding an annulet or. 

Hay, ar. a bend sa. an orle of martlets counterchansred. 

Hay, ar. a fesse betw. three escutcheons within a bordure 

6"- 
Hay, ar. three escutcheons gu. in chief a pair of ox-yokes 

or. 
Hay, ar. a fesse sa. in chief three martlets an. 
Hay, ar. three escallops, in bend, sa. cottised gu. 
Hay, or De la Hay, ar. a pile wavy gu. 
Hay, [Edinbnrnh] — Crest, a buck's head, cabossed, pi)r. 

Motio, VcnUiie and gain. 
Hay, [Scotland]— Crest, a falcon, volant, jijir. armed, 

jessed, and belled, or, gorged with a label. Motto, 

Propter ohrdientem. 
Hay. See Haye. 
ITaycock, erniiuois, an elephant, statant, az. ; on a chief 

of the last, the sun betw. two bee-hives ppr. — Crest, 

an heraldic aiitcloi)e, sejant, erminois, collared gu. the 

de.xter toot resting on a bee-hi\e or. 
Haycock, az. tuo wheat-sheaves in chief, and a mullet in 

base, or. — Crest, on a ducal coronet, per pale, gu. and 

or, a lion pass, per pale, countcrchaiiged. 
Haycroft, — Crest, an arm, in armour, enibowcd, vam- 

braced, wielding a scimitar fastened to the wrist by a 
' cord. 

Hayday, [Weston, Ilcref.] gu. on a bend or, three leo- 
pards' heads vert. 
Hayday, [London] gu. on a bend ar. three leopards' heads 

vert. 
Haypock, IIaidocke, orllF.VDOCK, [Gayn«ell, Hants. ; 

and Cotham, Lane] ar. a cross sa. in the dexter chief 

quarter, a fleur-de-lis of the second. — Crest, a deini 

swan, with vinas e.xjiauded, ar. ducally gorged, lined, 

and beaked, cu. 
Haydock, or Hrydock, [Loltom, Lauc. ; and Oxon] ar. 

three bparro«-hawks, close, gii. 
IIaydoN, rWoodbury, Dcvons. ; London and Surrej] ar. 



three bars geniclles az. ; on a chief gu. a fesse dariceltcc 

or.— -Crest, a lion ar. seizins: on a bull, current, sa. 
Haydon. The san)e arms, within a bordure gobonated or 

and az. 
Haydon, [Grove, Herts.] per pale, ar. and gu. a cross 

engr. counterchan^ed. 
Haydon, [Baconstrope, Norf.] quarterly, ar. and gu. a 

cross engr. counterchanged. — Crest, a talbot ar. spotted 

sa. 
Haydon, [Wore] quarterly, ar. and az. a cross engr. coun- 

terchan'.':ed, in the first <pmrtcr a cornish chough sa. 
Haye, [S:dop] az. three mulh'ts or; on a chief ar. as 

many pellets. 
Haye, or Hny, [Battell, Snss.] ar. on a fesse gn. l>etw. 

six martlets ta. two martlets or. 
Haye, [C'raiiied 16'2U] erni. on a chief ;iz. two martlets or. 

— Crest, a dexter arm, cmbowed, vested gu. turned up 

and indented ar. holding in the hand ppr. a sithe, in 

bend, or, the blade arching to the right. 
Haye, [llahiaked. Suss. Temp. Hen. I.] ar. a fesse, and 

in chief three martlets, gu. 
Haye, ar. on a chief sa. a grilHn's head, erased, betw. two 

mullets, jiierced, or. 
Haye, or Hny, ar. a mullet gu. 
Hnye, gu. a lion ramp, or, crowned ar. 
Haye, az. three mullets or. (Another, ar.) 
II AY EC Y, az. three storks ar. a chief crm. — Crest, a pheon 

or. 
IIaye, De LA, ar. three escallops, in bend, gu. cottised 

sa. 
Hayes, Bart. [Westminster, Midd. 6 Feb. 17!>7. Ren- 

drnce, Calcutta, in the East Indies] qnaiterly ; first and 

fouith, ar. a chcv. az. betw. three escutcheons an. each 

charged with a leopard's face or ; second and third, ar. 

a lion ramp. gu. betw. three pheons az. — Crest, on a 

perch ppr. a falcon, uings en<lorsed, or, an escutcheon, 

pendent from the beak, as in the arms. 
Hayes, [Windsor, Berks. ; and London. Granted 13 May, 

K!(J2] ar. a chev, betw. three tigers' heads sa. erased and 

langued gn. 
Haycl-, [Wardrobe and Litlcy, Chos. Granted 101-5] sa. 

on a chcv. ar. betw. three leopards' hi;ads or, a crescent 

gu. — Crest, a dcmi lion holding a [dieon ar. staff or. 
Hayes, [Devons.] az. on a jiale or, three bulls' heads of 

the field. 
Hayes, [lX>vons.] az. on a pale, betw. two endorses or, 

three bulls' heads, couped, of the field. 
Hayes, [Hockingdon, Essex] ar. on a chev. gu. betw. three 

dragons' heads, erased, vert, as many bezants. 
Hayes, [Essex] ar. on a chev. gu. betw. three boars' heads, 

erased and erect, vert, as many bezants. 
Hayes, [Hayes, Hants.] sa. a chev. ar. betw. three boars' 

heads, cou)ied, or. 
Hayes, [Hertford] erm. three lions' heads, erased, sa. — 

Crest, a leopard's head . . 
Hayes, [Lord Maxor of Loudon, . . . .] The same arms. 
Ha)/cs, [Great Badacbnry, Kent. Grunted ii May, 1G89] 

erm. three escutcheons gu. — Crest, a falcon, \olant, ppr. 

jesse>l and belled or, gorged \\ith a dueal coronet, per 

pale, of the last and i;u. 
Hayes, [Hadley, ;\lidd.] az. on a pale or, three bulls' heads,. 

couped, sa. 
Jfai/es, [London, lt)l:>] erminois, three wolves' heads, era- 
sed sa. — Crest, a wolf pass, erminois.. 



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HAY 



shields gii. within a boriliire clifqiiv of the first and se- 
cond ; second and tliird, ))cr i);ilr, sa. and ar. on a clia|>- 
Ict four ([uatiffoils, all conntcnhanacd ; in tlie di-xtcr 
tliii'f a niaitli't of the second. — Crest, a dtmi conntry- 
nian jipr. holding over the shoulder an ox-yoke or. 
Motto, Dilii/ctilia fit vbcitus. 

Jluy, [Spott, Scotland] The same arms as of Ncwhall. — 
Crest, a sf>!if s head, erased, ar. horned or. Motto, 
Spam notiy/il. 

Hay, [Stroiizie, Scotland] The same as of Park, the bor- 
durc charged with eicbt crescents of tlie field. 

//f/y, [Waughton, Scotland] ar. three shields within a 
bordnre, cnt^r. s^u. 

Hay, [Wire, Scothuul] ar. a crescent betw. three sliiehis 

Ilay, [WoodcockdaJc, Scotland] ar. a fesse betw. three 
oscutclK'ons, all williiu a bordure gu. — Crest, a denii 
arm ])pr. ht.ldini;- an ON-yoke with bows gu. Motto, 
Jiiitc incrcmcnfvin. 

Hay, [Scotland] ar. a fesse nebulee betw. three escutcheons 
gu. 

Hmj, [Scotland] ar. a crescent betw. three escutcheons 
gu. vithin a bordnre counter-compouee of the first anri 
second. — Crest, an arm, couped below the elbow, grasp- 
ing a yoke, through the fingers three ears of w heat erect, 
all ppr. 

Hay, gu. on a fesse betw. six martlets ar. two martlets sa. 
• — Crest, a hand holding an aniudet or. 

JJay, ar. a bend sa. an orle of martlets counterchancred. 

Jlay,- ar. a fesse betw. three escutcheons within a bordure 

Hay, ar. three escntclicons gu. in chief a pair of ox-yokes 

or. 
Hay, av. a fesse sa. in chief three martlets gn. 
Hay, ar. three escalloj)s, in bend, sa. cottised gu. 
Hay, or Dc la Hay, ar. a pile wavy gu. 
Hay, [Edinburah] — Crest, a buck's head, cabossed, p])r. 

Motio, Vent ine and oain. 
Hay, [Scotland] — Crest, a falcon, volant, ppr. armed, 

jessed, and belled, or, gorged with a label. Motto, 

Propter obrdientem. 
Hay. See Hayf, 
Maycock, erminois, an elephant, statant, az. ; on a chief 

of the last, the sun betw. two bee-hives pjii'. — Crest, 

an heraldic antelope, sejant, erminois, collared gu. the 

dexter fool resting on a bee-hi\e or. 
Haycock, az. t«o wheat-sheaves in chief, and a mullet in 

base, or. — Crest, on a ducal coronet, per pale, gu. and 

or, a lion pass, ])er pale, counterchanged. 
Havcroft, — Crest, an arm, in armour, embowed, vam- 

braced, wielding a scimitar fastened to the wrist by a 
' cord. 

HAYDA.Y, [Weston, Ilcref.] gu. on a bend or, three leo- 
pards' heads vert. 
Hayday, [London] gu. on a bend ar. three leopards' heads 

vert. 
Haydock, Haidocke, or Hf.ydock;, [Gaynwell, Ilnnts. ; 

and Cotham, l.anc] ar. a cross sa. in the dexter chief 

quarter, a fleur-de-lis of the scccnid. — Crest, a denii 

swan, with wings cxjianded, ar. ducally gorged, lined, 

and beaked, cu. 
Haydock, or Hrydnck, [Lottoni, Lane. ; and Oxon] ar. 

three sparrow-hawks, close, gu. 
Uaydon, r\Voodbu!-y, Dcvons. ; London and Surrey] ar. 



three bars gemclles az. ; on a chief gu. a fesse danceltce 

or. — Crest, a lion ar. seizins; on a bull, current, sa. 
Haydon. Tlie same arms, within a bordure gobonated or 

and az. 
Haydon, [Grove, Herts.] per pale, ar. and gu. a cross 

engr. counlerchanged. 
Haydon, [Baconslro))e, Norf.] quarterly, ar. and gu. a 

cross engr. counterchanged. — Crest, a talbot ar. spotted 

sa. 
Haydon, [Wore] quarterly, ar. and az. a cross engr. coun- 

terchant.^ed, in the first quarter a cornish chough sa. 
Haye, [Salop] az. three mulh'ts or; on a chief ar. as 

many pellcls. 
Haye, or Hny, [Battell, Su>s.] ar. on a fesse gn. betw. 

six martlets ta. two martlets or. 
Haye, [Granted 16'JB] erm. on a chief az. two martlets or. 

— Crest, a dexter arm, embowed, vested gu. turned up 

and indented ar. holdiut; in the hand p]ir. a sithe, in 

bend, or, the blade arching to the right. 
Haye, [llalnalieil, Suss. Temp. Hen. I.] ar. a fesse, and 

in chief three martlets, gu. 
I Haye, ar. on a chief sa. a griffin'.s head, erased, betw. two 

mullets, |iierced, or. 
Haye, or Hny, ar. a mullet gu. 
Haye, gu. a lion ramp, or, crowned ar. 
Haye, az. three mullets or. (Another, ar.) 
LLiYEB V, az. three storks ar. a chief erm. — Crest, a jiheon 

or. 
Haye, De la, ar. three escallops, in bend, gu. cottised 

sa. 
Hayes, Bart. [Westminster, Midd. 6 Feb. 1797. Ren- 

dcnce, Calcutta, in tl-.e E;ist Indies] quaiierly; first and 

fouith, ar. a chev. az. betw. three escutcheons uu. each 

charged with a leopard's face or; second and third, ar. 

a lion ramp. tru. betw. three |)heons az. — Crest, on a 

perch ppr. a falcon, wings endorsed, or, an escutcheon, 

l)eiident from the beak, as in the arms. 
Hayes, [Windsor, Berks. ; and London. Grardcd 13 May, 

1002] ar. a chev. betw. three tigers' heads sa. erased and 

langufd gu. 
\Hayei, [Wardrobe and Litlcy, Ches. Granted'i()\b] sa. 

ou a chev. ar. betw. three leopards' heads or, a crescent 
I gu. — Crest, a dcmi lion holding a [dieon ar. staff or. 
I Hayes, [Devons.] az. on a pale or, three bulls' heads of 
1 the field. 

\Hayes, [Devons.] az. on a pale, betw. two endorses or, 
! three bulls' heads, couped, of the field. 
i Hayes, [llockingdon, Essex] ar. en a chev. gu. betw. three 

dragons' heads, erased, vert, as njany bezants. 
Hayes, [Essex] ar. on a chev. gu. betw. three boars' heads, 

erased and erect, vert, as many bezants. 
Hayes, [Hayes, Hants.] sa. a chev. ar. betw. three boars' 

heads, couped, or. 
Hayes, [Hertford] erm. three lions' heads, erased, sa. — 

Crest, a leopard's head . . 

Hayes, [Lord Mavor of London ] The same arms. 

Hayes, [Great Ha'd-ebury, Kent. Grunted iS May, 1089] 

ern.. three escutcheons gu. — Crest, a falcon, \ohint, ppr. 

jessed and belled or, gorged with a ducal coronet, per 

pale, of the last and su. 
Hayes, [Hadley, Midd.] az. ou a pale or, three bulls' heads, 

couped, sii. 
Hayes, [London, 1013] crndnois, three wolves' heads, era- 
sed sa. — Crest, a wolf pass, erminois. 



HAY 



H A Y 



Ilaun nr. on n chev. ar. betw. three boars' heads, erased, 

c'rni. ns iiiiiiiy cwcrs pu. 
Jliiiii-s ur. on a ))ale sa. three bulls' heads, couped, or. 
Ilauri gii. 11 ('esse oi', betw. three bezants. 
J/auif, '""• •» chev. sa. betw. three dragons' heads of the 

l;i>t, erased per fesse, gu. 
l/ny,s. S!eo JIays. 
Ilaiics. See Hiise. 
IIaylakd. See Haylord. 
Hayi.k, ar. eight bars gemelles az. on a canton gu. a lion 

])ass. or. 
Uaylf.s, gu. a fesse or, betw. two chev. ar. — Crest, a 

hmid holding a torteaux. 
Jlai/lcs, sa. a fesse or, cliev. ar. and I>ordure erni. 
Ilti'yits, sa. a fesse or, betw. two chev. ar. all within a 

horduie erni. 
Jldi/lci, ar. a chev. gu. in chief three roses of the iecond. 
IJAYI.KY, or, a fret gu. — Crest, a deuii boy ppr. 
IJAYLIS, or, a chev. sa. ; on a chief of the second, three 

roses gu. 
Haiflis, or, a chev. sa. betw. three roses of the second, a 

thief of the last. 
llAYi.ouri, or IIayi.aru, ar. thiee bars betw. ten llonrs- 

de-lis az. three, thiee, three, and one. 
JIaymax, gu. three cocks' heads, erased, or. — Crest, a 
."•ciinitar and caducens in saltier, cnsigued with a round 
hat. 
Uaymon, ar, on a chev. betw. three martlets sa. as many 
cinquefoils of the first. | 

Hayne, [Dartmouth, Devons. Granted 1702] or, on a 
fesse invecked az. a rose ar. seeded of the first, barbed 
vert, betw. two plates; in chief a greyhound, current, 
sa. — Crest, a tortoise ar. thereon an eagle riispl. ppr. 
beaked and legged gu. having upon each wing a plate, 
and on the breast a rose of the first. 
Haijiic, [f(oniton, Devons.] The same arms and crest. 
Haijiic, [Fryer Waddon, Dors. Grunted 4 Stpt. 1607] or, 
on a fesse gu. three |)lates, in chief a greyhound, current, 
az. 
Ilaync, or Eijncs. The same. 

JIai/uc, [Haddon, Jamaica; and Burderop-Park, near Jlarl- 
boroiigh, \i ills.] ar. a thev. ju. betw. three martlets sa. 
— Crest, an eagle, wings expanded and distended, prey- 
ing on a torloise, nil ppr. 
Jhiyne, or ILiijnes, ar. on a fesse nebulee, betw. tliree 

annulets gu. six bezants. 
Ilaync, See Jlnyncs. 
Haynelles, [Norf] gu. a chev. or, betw. three fieurs- 

de-lis ar-. 
Haynes, [Reading, Rerks.] gu. three crescents paly wavy 

ar. and az. 
JIttyncs, [Berks.] ar. a fesse wavy az. charged witli three 

annulets or, hetw. seven bezants. 
llaynes, [Dors.] Same arms as Hayne, Dors. j 

Haynes, [Chelsea, Midti.] erniinois, on a fesse sa. a grey- j 
hound, current, ar.; on a canton gu. a leopard's head, 
,jessant-de-lis or. 
Haynes, [Hackney, Midil. Conjinned lo78] ar. three 

crescents, barry undec, az. and cu. 
Haynes, [Salop] ar. on a fesse gu. three bezants, betw . as 

many demi creyhounds, current, az. 
Haynes, or Heyncf, [Surrey] chcfjuy, or and gu. a canton 
erm. ; over all, on a bend az. a griffin's head, erased, 
betw. two falcons, ar. 



Haynes, ar. three crescents, paly of six, gu. and az. — Crest, 
a stork, wings dis|)l. ppr. in the beak a serpent of the 
last. 
Haynes, or, on a fesse gu. three beziuts, in chief a grey- 
hound, current, sa. collared of the second.— Crest, an 
eagle displ. az. powdered with etoiles or. 
Haynes, [Ir<dand] ar. on a fesse, betw. three crescents az. 
as tnany annulets of the first. — Crest, a lion, sejant, or, 
collared az. 
Haynes, or Hayne, ar. a fesse nebulee az. betw. three 

annulets gu. (Another, of the second.) 
Haynes, ar. two palets vert, betw. three crescents, in chief, 

gu. — Crest, an eagle preying on a tortoise. 
Haynes. See Hayne. 

Hayns, ar. on a fesse az. betw. three crescents of the 

last, as many fleurs-de-lis of the first. — -Crest, three 

Moors' heads, conjoined in one neck, facing the dexter 

sinister and upwards. 

IIay'S, [Dors.] or, a sun gu. 

Hays, or Hayes, [London] ar. on a pale betw. two palets 

engr. sa. three bulls' heads, couped, or. 
Hays, erm. a fesse engr. or, betw. three lions ramji. ppr. 

—Crest, a hawk, wings disjd. errainois. 
Hays, ar. a lion ram|). betw. three mullets sa. — Crest, a 
monkey pass. ppr. collared round the loins and chained 
or. 
Hays, erm. on a chev. az. three roses or. — Cr<s(, an arm, 

cmbowed, in armour, or, wielding a scimitar )>]ir. 
Hays, or, on a pale sa. tliree bulls' heads of the field. 
IIaystackb, or, a chev. gu. pierced by a bend erm. 
Haytekeld, erm. a chev. engr. betw. three cinquefoils 

sa. 
Hayter, [.Salisbury] az. three bulls' heads, couped, or. 
— Crest, a bull's head, couped, or, pierced through the 
neck with a broken spear ar. 
Haytfield, erui. on a chev. sa. three cinquefoils ar. 
Ilayfjicld, erm. on a chev. engr. sa. three trefoils (Ano- 
ther, cinquefoils) or. 
Haytin, IIaiton, cr Heaton, ar. three church-beUs 

sa. 
Hayto.n, [Essex] vert, a bend ar. 
Haytou, ar. on a bend sa. three bucks' heads, cabossed, 

of the field. — Crest, a buck's head as in the arms. 
Haylnn, ar. three church-bells sa.— Crest, a hand holuiug 

a sickle ppr. 
Hayion, ar. three bulls pass. sa. 
IIayvekd, or Haverd, or, a fesse sa. in chief a crosslet 

gu. 
Mayvili.s, gu. a chev. or, betw. three fieurs de-lis ar. 
H.AYWARD, [Deues-Grove, Sandhurst, Glouc. Granted 
1750] ar. on a bend, betw. two roses gu. barbed and 
seeded ppr. a rose betw. as many fleurs-de-lis or ; on a 
chief of the second, a lion pass, of the fourth. — Crest- 
on a wreath, ar. and gu. a mural cro«n or, thereon a 
demi lion ramp. sa. charged on the shouhler with a rose, 
holding in the dexter paw a rose of the sccomi, barbeJ 
and seeded p])r. 
Hayiraid, [Heref.] or, three lions ramp. gu. o\er all a 

bendlet sa. 
Hayicard, [.\cton-P.ound, Sulo|). Granted 1-5 Feb. loOO] 
or, a bull's head betw. three mullets gu. ; on a chief sa. 
a lion pass. erm. betw. two cross crosslets fitclue of the 
field. — Crest, two cross crosslets fitchee or, sal;iir\> i\-i„ 
enfiled wiili a bull's head,, cabossed, s.i. 



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Hayunrd, Jlmcnrd, or Hiywanl, [Ikoctoii, Salop] gu. a 

lion ramp. ar. diically crowned or. 
Illiyvinil, or IIcyiLard, [of the North] The same atn.s. 

— Crist, a iinieoni, ciirrcnf. jipr. 
Ilatjuard, [T;tn(lii<l;:e-H;ill, Surrey] sa. two bars nr.; in 

chid" a'talhol pass, ot ilic second. — Crest, a talliot's head 

ar. collared sa. a ring of the lirst to tlie front of the 

collar. 
IJaytcurd, ar. a Imll's heail gu. hi t\\. tiuee mullets sa. 
Hmjiiard, . . , <x\i\\.ve de . . . . , a fessc nehulfc . . . 
Haywooii, [Stafls.] ar. on a bend, collised, gu. tiirec 

plates. 
JIuyuodd, [Stalls.] ar. a fire-p^n sa. inflamed ppr. a cres- 
cent for ditl. 
Haywood, or Jlrywood, ar. three tortcanxcs, in bend, betw. 

two cottises gu. all within a bordnre of the second.. — 

Crest, on the btum]i of a tree, a falcon, rising, ])|)r. 

(Atiolhcr crest, a timer's head ar. armed and maned or, 

pierced throuirh the ncck«ilh a broken sjtear sa. beaded 

of the first, vulned gii.) 
Ilayiiood, ar. on a fesse engr. gu. betw. three martlets sa. 

collared or, as many cinquefoils crni. 
Ilayicood, ar. two bends within a bordurc gu, 
Haywood, ar. a pot sa. fire issuant j>pr. 
Hayicood, ar. three torteauxcs, in bend, cottised, gu. 
Huyuood, barry of siN, ar. and sa. three cotton-hanks or. 
Hayuood, nr. on a bend engr. gu. three )>lates within a 

bordui-e of the second. 
Uayirood, ar. two cottises, in bend, gn. betw. three tor- 

tcauNcs. 
Hazard, az. two bars ar. ; on a chief or, three escallops 

gu. — Crest, an escallo]i gu. 
Hazard, az. a garb or. — Crest, on the top of an anchor, 

in the sea, a dove holding in the beak an olive-branch 

Hazlew'OOH, ar. a chev. gu. betw. thiec eagles' heads 
. . ; on a chief . ., as many acorns, slipprd aiid leaved, 
, .. — Crest, a hand holding a bunch of grapes ])pr. 

Heacock, [Newington, Midd. Granird 17-1<>] crminois, 
an cleiihant az. ; on a chief of the second, a sun, betw. 
two bee-hives, or. — Cicst, a hiud, sejant, re<:uard. ernii- 
nois, collared gu. reposing his dexter foot on a bee-hive 
or. 

Head, Bart. [Hermitage, near Rochester, Kent, 19 Jinic, 
167G ; since of Wicarton Place, near INJnidstone, Kent] 
ar. a chev. ermines, belw. three unicorns' heads, couped, 
sa. — Crest, a nnicorn's head, coupcd, ermines. Motto, 
Sh(dy quiet. 

Head, [Ikrks. and London] sa. a chev. betw. three uni- 
corns' heads, erased, ar. — Crest, a unicorn's head, erased, 
ar. 

llEAItLEY. See HeDI.EV. 

Headon. See Heydon. 

Headwoktii, ar. two bars gu.; on a canton of the se- 
cond, a cross njoline or. 

HealI), ar. on a chev. betw. three bombs sa. fired ppr. as 
nianv bezants, a chief of the second. — Crest, a sword 
and key, in saltier ppr. 

Heai.E, [r>ri\ton, and South Hcalc, Devons.] gu. a bend 
fusily eiin.— Crest, on a < hapeau eii. turned up erni. a 
falcon, rising, ar. beaked and legged or. 

Hcu.lv, [Fleet, Devons.] ar. on a pale lozengy gn. a leo- 
pard's head, cabosscd, or. 

Healing, ar. on a chev. cottised, sa. three escallops or. 



Healinge, or, on a chief az. two mullets ar. 

Healy, or IIkai.ey, az. three bnars' heads, co;ipcd, in 
pale, ar. — Crest, on a c.hapeau, a lion, statant, guard, 
ducally gorged. 

Heaps, ar. a chev. betw. two crescpnts in chief, and a 
dexter arm, enibowed, cou|)cd, fesseways, wichlini a 
sword, all gu. — Crest, a cross crosslet fitchee betw. two 
branches of pahn, in orle, ppr. 

Heapy, ar. three peahens, close, ppr. — Crest, a cubit 
arm, erect, vested . ., holding in the hand a lamb ppr. 

He.aki'.bE'IT, ])er pale, az. and gu. three lions raiijp. ar. 

Heakp, [Soniers. Lancaster Herald; (ilterieardi Kintj 
of Arms, oil. '2y April, 18'J*2. Grunted 1702] ar. a 
Neptune crowned with an eastern crown of gold, his tri- 
dent sa. headed or, issuing from a stormy ocean, the 
sinister hand grasping the head of a ships mast, apjiear- 
ing above the waves, as part of the wreck, ail pi>r. ; on 
a chief az. the arctic polar star of the first, betw. two 
water-bougels of the second. — Crest, a swan, vith wings 
elevated, ar. beaked and membered sa. charged on the 
breast with a rose eu. barbed and seeded, ppr. ducally 
crowned, collared, an<l chained, or. 

Hearing, [Eye, Suft".] or, on a pale, cottised, gu. three 
eagles dis))l. of the first. — Crest, a grilHn, sejant, with 
wings ex))anded, ar. ducally gorged ... 

Heakle, az. a pale, surmounted by a niaujich, gu. — Crest, 
a hand holding a crosier in benil sinister. 

Hcarle. Sec Ilerle. 

Hearne, or Heahn, per fesse, ar. and az. three chajdets 
counterchanged — Crest, on a mount vert, a horse, at 
full speed, saddled and bridled ppr. 

Hearne, or Hctirn, [Ireland] The same arms. — Crest, a 
greyhound, sejant, sa. 

Hearne, [Ireland] ar. a fesse gu. betw. three chaplets of 
roses of the last. — Crest, a ereyhnund, sejant, sa. 

Heante, [Ireland] ar. three chaplets of roses gu. leaved 
vert. — Crest, a rose-branch and spear, in saltier, ppr. 

Hearsay, — Crest, out of a ducal coronet, a savage's 
head ppr. banded ar. and sa. 

Heart, gn. on a chief ar. three human hearts ppr. — 
Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a demi lion ar. holding 
in the dexter paw a heart gu. 

Heart, [Scotland] ar. three hearts fianimant gn. — Crest, a 
dexter hand, erect, grasping a couteau sword. Motto, 
Fide ct amorc. 

Heartston, gu. a chev. ar. guttcc de poix, betw. three 
leopards' faces of the second. 

Heatcock, alias Aeras, [Bucks.] ar. on a cross sa. 
five fieurs-dc-lis or. 

Heath, [Little Eden, Durham ; Twickenham, Midd. ; 
and Lynti, Norf.] per chev. or and sa. ; in chief two 
mullets of the seron<l, in base a heath-cock of the first, 
combed and wattled sju. — Crest, a cock's head, erased, 
or, combed and wattled gu. 

Heath, [Kepier, Durham. Granted 4 Ally. loo8] The 
same arms. — Crest, a heath-cock's head, erased, sa. 
wattled gu. Motto, Espere wicvx. 
Heath, [Herts.] az. a bend, per pale, gu. and or, a bor- 
dnre counterchanged. 
Heath, [Eatonbridge, Kent] ar. a. saltier engr. betw. twelve 

billets gu. 
Heath, [Brasted, Kent ; and Mitcham, Surrey] a r. a cross 
engr. betw. twelve billets gu. — Crest, a wolf's head, 
erased, per pale, sa. and or, ducally goiged ar. holding 



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.;.) «lir inoiilli a broken spear of the second, headed of 

Ihf thinl. 
i,V<i/A ■|j>iidi<n: aii'l I'edinthaw, Suss.] The same. 
//•11/a' '■ Mili-r.ncl, iMiild. Granted 21 June, 1707] per 

«I>c«'. fiiiliatlled, ^a. and ar. ; in chief, two n)ullet.s of six 

11. nils Of. piiTccd cu. and in base, a heath-cock of the 

l,,.(, riiMilicd and ^Naltltd ppr. 
Jlixil.'i, (0\oii] enn. a chc\. betw. three moor-cocks sa. 

uriijiil LU. — Crest, ilanies pjir. issuing- out of a tower ar. 
Jlriil'i, fSiiitVh.] ar. a ciic\. cugr. sa. betw. ttirce hcath- 

nH-ks ot the last. 
iUc.lh, (Siili'l ar. three ogresses. 
Iliiilh, ISuli.] ar. ihrec ogresses, on each a cross crosslet 

i.i [U< fii>t. 
JIfath, IJi'rdall, ^\ arw.] vert, on a chief or, three mullets 

'■'• 
lltittli. i'( r ( licv. f rcncllec sa. and ar. ; in chief, two etoiles j 

of I he la.-t, in base, a hcalh-cock sa. combed and wat- 

tl<-d cii. — Crest, a cock's head sa. crested and jelloped j 

uu. belw. two brandies vert. 
Urnil,, MTt, on a chief ar. three cinqucfoils az. | 

llrclh, t>r Untlnij, sa. tliree birds ar. beaked and legged j 

S'»- I 

MllUKmi;, Hart. [London, 17 Jan. 1732-3; since ofl 
Sormaiilon, Ituts. ; Stanjford, Line; and Dnrdans, Ej)- ! 
nini. 'I'uH-n House, 12, Langham-Place, Portland-Place] j 
«pi;irtcrK ; tirst and fourth, erm. three pouieis, each ' 
cliurpcd with a cross or; second and third, az. a saltier i 
tngr. erin. — Crest, on a mural crown az. a pomeis as in 
the arms, betw. two wings dis])!. erm. ■ 

Hr.ATlIcoTE, Rart. [Hnrsley-Lodne, 16 .h^r/. 1733 ; since 



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or. — Crest, a dtiui woodman sa. wreathed round the 
head or, in (he sinistci hand a club\crt. 

IlEBAcnr., [Tewp. Eihr. /.] sa. three kojiards' heads or, 
jrssant-de-lis gu. — Crest, as the last. 

IlianioRN, gu. on a cliev. ar. a cinquefoil betw. two lions 
counter-pass, of the first. 

Hebus, [Coiton, Dors.] sa. on a chev. or, betw. three 
swiins, close, ar. as many lions' heads, erased, su. — 
Crest, a lion's hiad, erased, or, gorged with a clia]ilet 
of roses gu. 

IIedkitkne, [Ilelihiune, N.nmb.] ar. three uncovered cups 
sa. in each a llanu- of fire \\\n. 

ITef.den, or Hf.i'DEN, erm. five fusils, in fessc, zu. — 
Crest, a triton holding in the dcNter hand a trident pj)r. 

Heiujon, [0.\on] erm. on a chief, indented, az. three 
crescents or.- — Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a leo- 
))ard's head .. betw. two wings az. 

Ili'.DEK, [Martin, Vorks. Granted 1-500] per fesse, az. 
and gu. a lion raniji. or, in the dexter chief point a 
cincpicfoil ar. 

Jlebcr. The same arms. — Crest, a lion's gandj holding a 
palm-branch p])r. 

Hebekuen, [St. James's, 'Westminster. Granted 17J2 ; 
o«(/ borne In/ the Jiev. Thomas Jleherdtn, Canon of Ex- 
eter ; and \ymiam llebcrdcn, M. D. r>f Datehcf, near 
II indsor, Berks. 102(i] cnnnois, a fesse of four lozenges 
vert; on a chief az. an annulet betw. two suns or. — 
Crest, on a mount vert, a tiger, sejant, reguard. crnii- 
nois, collared of the first, hohling in the dexter jiaw aa 
escutcheon az. charged with two suns in chief, iiud an 
annulet in l)ase, or. 



also of Embley, near Piumsey, both in Hants.] erm. i llebcrdcn, [London] The same arms, with the fcss-o con; 



tliree ponicis, each charged with a cross or. — Crest, on 

a mural cro\\n az. a pomeis as in the arms, betw. two 

winss disjil. cnu. 
Jlent/uotc, [Lord Mayor of London, 1711 and 1742] The 

same arms and crest 
Jleal/anle, [Leek, Stafl's ] The same. 
lleutheutc, [near Southampton] per pale, gu. and az. 

three |)lates, each charged with a cross engT. vert, betw 



posed of five lozenges. — Crest, a wolf, sejant, eriuinois, 
collared vert, holding in the dexter paw an escutcheon 
az. charged with two suns, in chief, ppr. and an annulet, 
in base, or. 

IIedekt, gu. a cross ar. surmounted by a bend az. — Crest, 
a fish, naiant, ppr. 

Ilr.r.EKTON, or, on a fesse gu. betw. three mullets sa. as 
many trefoils, slijjped, ar. 



four erndne spots sa. — Crest, a plate, charged as in the i }lEI•,LETH^VAYTE, [Malton, Yorks. Granted l.a70] ar. 



arms, betw. two wings az. 

Heatiie, ar. on a cross sa. five cross crosslets or. 

Ilcathe, ar. three pellets, on the first a cross tlorv of the 
ficM. 

Jhathc, or, a cross betw. twelve billets gu. 

Heatid;)!, [Dcrb. and Surrey] paly of six, az. and or ; 
on a ehirf of the second, a fesse dancettec gu. 

Iliitther. 'Ihc same arms.— Crest, a lion's jiaw sa. holding 
lip a heart gu. 

Heath llEt,i>, az. three gaibs ar. — Crest, an arm, em- 
bowed, jipr. vested and cuft'ed vert, wielding a sword of 
the first. 

llEATi.Y, or, on a bend vert, three boars' heads, erased, 
sa. 

MKATO.v, [London] ar. on a bend engr. sa. three stacs' 

heads, cahossed, of the first.— Crest, a buck's head, as 

'n the arms. 
IJeutnn, gu. three nags' heads, erased, ar. — Crest, a nag's 

head, erased, ar. 
Ihnton. See IJuytin. 
''^■A\ EMNGliAM, quarterly, or and gn. a bordure sa. 

charged with eight cscailojis ar. 
"i^UA.ND, sii. tJiree leojiards' heads, jessant a fleur-de-lis, 



two pales az.; on a canton or, a mullet sa. picrcei 
— Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a demi wolf erm. 

Ilebklhxcatjte, [Noif.] ar. two palcls vert, on a canton or, 
a nuillet gu. 

Hebmines, [France] vair, a garter gu. 

IIeboune, [Ches.] gn. on a chev. ar. a cinqucfoil betw. 
two lions pass, counter-pass, of the first. — Crest, a round 
buckle or, the point of the tongue in chief. 

Hechedon, or, a fesse dancettec betw. nine mullets, four, 
three, ami two. 

IIechins, [Hole, Cornw.] ar. a cross patonce, quarterly, 
gu. and az. betw. four lions' heads, erased, sa. — Crest, 
a lion's head or, issuing from the centre of a rose cru. 
barbed vert. 

Hee/iins, [Cornw.] ar. a cross formee, quarterly, az. and 
gu. betw. four lions' heads, erased, sa. 

Heckstetek, [Southgate, Midd. originally from Ger- 
many] ])er bend indenteil, or and az. 

Hecon, gu. a fesse betw. three herons ar. 

llECTon, [Troy] sa. two lions, combatant, or. 

Hector, ar. three bends gu. in the centre the sun or.-- 
Crest, out of a mural coronet ar. masoneHl sa. a di ;. i 
lion az. holding a jialm-brancb vert. 

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Hector, ar. tlirce bends p;u. an ctoile az. (Another, or.) 
IIedp, [MolvvMiog, Nortli VValos] sa. a liait pass. ar. at- 
tired or. 
Hede, 01" JIkdf.sa, [Kent and London] sa. a cliev. erm. 

betw. three unicorns' heads, eouped, ar. 
Ilcdc. The same arms. — Crest, an escallop or, betw. two 

branches vert. 
Hedeney, az. a star of sixteen points or. 
Heclcncy, See lleduey. 
Hedesa. See Hede. 

Hedges, [London. Granted 2-5 Nov. 1007] az. three 
swans' heads, erased, ar. — Crest, a swan's head, erased, 
ppr. 
Iledcics, [Ivoniney, Hants.] sa. on a chief or, three ruas- 

cles. 
Ilcdges, [Fiiichley, Midd.] az. three swans' heads, erased, 

or. 
Hedges, [Alderlon, AVilts.] The same arms and crest as 

of London. 
Hedges, — Crest, a pomegranate or, stalked and leaved 

vert. 
Heuiam, sa. ou a bend erm. three chev. gu. 
Hedingham, erm. a bend engr. gu. guttee ar. ; on a 

chief az. a buck's head, eouped, or. 
Hedisham, ar. a bend engr. betw. two crescents sa. 
Hedlam, gu. a chev. or, betw. three lambs' heads, eouped, 

ar. an annulet for ditf. 
Hedlamme. The same arms, without the annulet. 
Heui.ey, or Heabley, [Hunls.] gu. on a chev. betw. 
three falcons av. niembered and belled or, a cross cross- 
let fitchee sn. — Crest, a martlet or. 
Hedh'ii, [Ne\\ castle on Tyne] ., a chev. debruised by a 
fesse, charged with a crescent, all betw. three annidets. . 
- — Crest, an arm, embowed, habited .., holdiiig in the ' 
hand a spear. ! 

Hedley, [Newcastle on Tyne] gu. a chev. betw. three fal- 
cons ar. beaked and legged or. j 
Hedlei/, [Salop] ar. ou a bend az. three leopards' heads I 
or. I 
Hedney, or Hkdenky, az. an etoile or. i 
Hedon, [Morton, Holderness] ar. a chev. betw. three ' 

men's heads, side-faced, coiiped at the slioulders, sa. . 
Hedky, ])aly of six, az. and or. 
HEnwoRTIi, [Harraton, Durham, ancient] .. on a bend 

. . three quatreloils . , . 
Heduorth, [Hairaton, Durham] ar. an incscutcheon sa. 
within an orlc of cinquefoils gu. — Crest, a leniale's head, 
aflVontce, eouped at the breast, ppr. hair flo\sing or, 
wreathed about the temples with a garland of cinquefoils 
gu. pierced of the second. 
Hcdworth, [Durham] ar. three chev. braced in base, sa. — 

Crest, a lion, couchant, sa. against an oak p])r. 
Hcdworth, [Line] ar. an incscutcheon and orle of cinque- 
foils gu. 
Hedicorth, [Hewertcn, Yorks.] ar. an incscutcheon sa. 

witliin an orle of cinquefoils gu. 
Hcdworth, ar. an orle sa. betw. eight cinquefoils, in oile, 

gu. 
Heecev, Hesey, or Hercey, [Nottingham] or, three 

hedgehogs, in pale, sa. 
Heede, [Kent] sa. a chev. erm. betw. three unicorns' 

beads, cou|)ed, ar. 
IIKECNIE, [Craijforlh] The same us Hf.ig NIE. 
Heei.EY, or Heely, gu. a chev. ur. betw. three lions 



ramp. or. — Crest, a dexter hand brandishing a scimitar 
))pr. 

Heende, [Lord Mayor of London, 13!>1 and 1-104] ar. 
on a chev. az. tiiree escallops of the field ; on a chief 
of the second, a lion pass, of the tirst. 

Hef.per, or Uepeii, sa. a chev. or, and canton erm. 

Hcepcr. The same arms. — Crest, a leopard, couchant, 
guard, ppr. 

Heeiie, az. three cups, covered, or. 

Heete, [Herts.] per pale, gu. and or, a bend and bordurc 
connterchanged. 

Heffeknan, [Ireland and London] per fesse vert and 
gu. on a fesse az. a lion pass, auard. or; in chief, three 
escallops of the last. — Crest, a cubit arm, erect, in, ar- 
mour, holding in the gauntlet a sworil rompu, all ppr. 

Hegens, [Scotland] ar. a saltier betw. a cross-gate in 
chief and in base, and a crescent in each flank gu. 

Hegham, sa. a fesse componee, or and az. 

Hegi.iffe, ar. on a chev. or, a dcmi lion ramp. gu. 

Heglise, eira. on a chev. or, a lion \ert. 

Hcglisc, erra. on a chief or, a demi lion ramj). issuant 
vert. 

Heiford, ar. a thcv. sa. betw. three bucks, trippant, 

gu- 
Heigh, [Chesshim] ar. a cross sa. ; on the dexter chief a 

fleur-de-lis of the second. 
Heigham, [Beds.] paly of six, ar. and az. ; on a chief 

gn. three escallops or. (Another, of the first.) 
Heigham, [Suft". 1577] sa. a fesse cheqny, or and az. betw. 
three nags' heads, erased, ar. — -Crest, a nag's head as in 
the arms. 
Heigham, paly of six, ar. and az. ; on a chief gu. three 
escallops or.— Crest, an escallop or, charged with a mul- 
let gu. 
Heigham, paly of six, ar. and az. 
Heigham, ar. three paKts wavy gu. 
Heigham, az. a cross flurtee betw. six herrings or. 
Heighington, [Graystone and Mesbctt, Durham] erm. 
on a cliev. betw. three wolves' heads, erased, az. as many 
cross crosslets fitchee or. 
Heigmk, [Craigforth] sa. a saltier betw. a horse's head, 
in chief and base, ar. in the dexter flank a decrescent, in 
the sinister an increscent, of the last. — Crest, on a rock 
a dove with an olive-branch in her beak, ppr. Motto, 
I Fir /tic duiii Fide. 

I Heii.and, az. a lion ranip. ar. over all a bendkt gu. 
; Heill, [Norwich] gu. two bars erm. in chief a lion pass. 
I per pale, or and ar. 
■ Heikgam, ar. a chief dancetlee gn. 
1 Heingrave, ar. a chief indented gu. — Crest, a dragon''s 

head, erased, gu. collared or. 
' Heire, ?h. a chev. lozengy, or and az. 
' Heire, ar. a fesse vaire, gu. and of the first. 
Heisham, ar. a bend enjr. betw. two crescents sa. — Crest, 
a lion ramp, wielding in the dexter paw a battle-axe, all 

Heitesbury, [Wilts.] jier fesse indented, gu. aud vert, a 
chev. or. 

Heiton, [lleiton. Lane] ar. on a beml engr. sa. three 
bulls' heads, cabos^ed, of the tirst. — Crest, out of a du- 
cal coronet or, a bull's head ar. armed of the first. 

Heiwarde, [Norf.j az. on a fesse gn. two |)alets vair. 

HEnvoou, ar. three torteauxes, in bend, cottised gu. 

Heken, or Heking, sa. a griflin, segreaut, ar. 



H E L 

Hr.t.AGF.K, or Helygane, paly of six, gii. and or, a chief 

ur.. 
IIft.\M', [Yoiks.] c,ii. a betul botw. six martlets or. 
Ifiiir.tl, 'az. a bend bctw. six martlets or. 
MriMm, sa. a bend, cottised, ar. bctw. three fleurs-de-lis 

or. 
Ililnnl. See Ilcllfird. 

lici aRY, [Norf.] ar. a fesse cheqiiy, or and sa. 
linr.'iKNK, [Durham] ar. three pots sa. fire issuaiit ppr. 

a label of as many points gu. 
Ihllimnc. The same arms. — Crest, a fiend's head, conped, 

j>pr. Avinged or. 
Iha.coTT, lozcng-y, or and gu. a bordure az. 
Hn.DF.N, erni. five fusils, in fesse, ... 
llt.i.DKRSUAM, [Suft'.] gu. a chcv. ar. betw. three cross 

crosslets or. 
Hei.f., [Dors.] gu. a bend fusily erm. — Crest, on a cha- 

pcau gu. turned up ar. an eagle of the last. 
Hklebf.ke, gu. six annulets or, three, two and one, within 

a boi'dure engr. ar. 
Helers, quarterly, ar. and az. a bend gu. 
Hei.rsby, or, a saltier sa. 
Jit Icfbij, or, a saltier sa. over all a label gu. 
Uei.fordes, az. a chev. ar. betw. three lozenges of the 

last. 
Helias, ar. three bends gu. iu thief a label sa. — Crest, a 

leg, in armour, coujied at the thigh, the knee bent, gar- 
nished and spurred or. 
Hemgan, [Cornw.] gu. on a bend or, three bucks' heads 

of the field. 
Hcligan, paly of six, or and gu. a chief az. 
Hemgsal. See Helingsale. 

Hei.inbridge, [Glouc.] chequy, ar. and sa. a bend gu. 
Helingsale, or Heligsal, gu. three bars humettei" ar. 
Heuon, ar. a iiuck's head sa. 
Hdion. See Helifcn and Ueiihjon. 
Helisbe, [Chcs.] ar. a saltier sa. 
Heliston, ar. a chcv. eugr. betw. three leopards' heads 

g'l- 
Hell, [Ilellcourt, Kent] erm. three lozenges gu. 
Hellam, vair, a bend gu. — Crest, on a mural coronet or, 

an eagle, with wings endorsed, in the beak an oak-branch 

acorned ppr. 
IIellard, [Cornw.; and Mitcham, Surrey] sa. a bend 

flory ar. 
Ih'Unrd, aVias Hi CI h lord, [London. Granted 9.C, 3fay, 1G90] 

The same. 
IIellard, and Hclaid, sa. a bend betw. two cottises, (loiy 

cnunterflory, ar. — Crest, a dcmi hereules ppr. 
Hellen, [Ireland] az. a fesse ar. belw. thirteen bezants, 

three, four, three, two, and one. — Crest, a dolphin, bau- 

rient, betw. two wings ppr. 
Hellenes, [Heref. and Salop] sa. on a bend, cottised, 

or, three stags' heads, cabossed, gu. 
Hkller, [Lestwithiel, Cornw.] gu. a chev. vair, betw. 

three ducal crowns or. — Crest, a corni>li chough erm. 

(Another crest, an eagle, with wings endorsed, or, prey- 
ing on a snake, nowed, ppr.) 
Hellerd, [Bridlington, Yorks. Granted 1470] sa. a 

bend, cottised, ar. betw. six 11e\irs-de-lis of the last. 
Hellers, ipiarlerly, ar. and gu. a bend az. 
ifellcrs, quarterly, ur. and az. a i)end sru. 
Helles, sa. a bend and chief ar. 
Hii.LiAR, [Exon] az. a chev. ar. bctw. three mullets or. 



H E L 

IlclUm; az. a cross jiatonce ar. bctw. four mullets, pierced, 

or._Crest, a ni<>«r-cock sa. combed, l)eakcd, waftied, 

and leggctl, £rii. surnmunting a cross tlory or. 
Helliaru, or, a chiv. bilw. three mullets az. 
Hellias, or llKl.YAS, ar. three bends az. (Another, gn.) 

a label or. 
Hei.lier, [Woodhouse, Stalls. Granted 1-;<J3] a?,, a chev. 

ar. guttee de sang, betw. tliiee mullets or. — Crest, a cork 

ar. 'guttee de sang, combed and watlled gu. .Motto, 

Pro rcjvihlictt svini>cr. 
Heelings ALL, gu. three bars bumettee ar. 
Hellins, or, on a bend sa. three martlets ar. 
Hellls, sa. a bend and chief ar.— Crest, a hand holding 

an car of wheat p()r. 
Ileitis, £cu. a bend and chief ar. 
Hellis, sa. a fesse bnttellee ar. betw. three leopards' faces 

or. 
Hellis, sa. a fesse crencllee i^etw. three leoj)ards' heads or. 
Hellord, or Highlori), [Woodbury, Devous.] sa. a 

bend coiinter-tlory ar.— Crest, an escarbuncle of eight 

points ar. 
Hellwell. See Uelwell. 
Hellw IS, or Hellwise, «r, a bend gu. suppressed by a 

fesse az. 
Helly. Sec Hely. 
Hellynges, ar. on a chev. cottised, sa. three escallops 

or. 
Helhjnries, ar. thiee chev. sa. on the middle one as many 

escailo])s or. 
Hellyon, gu. fretty ar. a fesse or. 
Helm AN, ar. three bendlets az. within a bordure gu. 
Helme, [Wore] ar. on a bend sa. three phcons of the 

first. — -Crest, a pheon ar. 
Helmebkidge, [Glouc] ciieqny, sa. and ar. a bend gu.. 
Ilelinehridrje, cheqiiy, ar. and sa. 
Ilebnebrid'je, cheqny, ar. and sa. a bend gu. 
HELsiiY, or, a saltier sa. 
Helsham, ar. a fesse engr. betw. three leopards' faces 

gu. — Crest, an esquire's helmet ppr. 
Helstow E, ar. seven lozenges, conjoined, sa. three, three, 

and oiie, each charged with an ermine spot of the first. 
Helton, [Yorks.] sa. three annulets ar. a chief of the 

last, fretty of the field. 
Helton, sa. three annulets or, a chief of the last, fretty of 

the tield. — Crest, on a chapeau gu. turned up erm. a 

sinister wing ppr. charged with a chev. of the first. 
Heltmt, vert, a lion ra\np. ar. 
Helton, ar. on a bend engr. sa. three bulls' heads, cabossed, 

of the first. 
Helwell, (tr Hellw ELL, ar. on a chev. sa. three be- 
zants, a bordure engr. gu. 
HEL^vlsH, [Worleby] or, a fesse az. over all a bend gu. 
Ilelwish, — Crest, a lion, sejant, holding a lance, in pale, 

Hely, or Helly, ar. on a cliev. betw. three leopards' 
heads au. guttee d' or, a sun of the last. — Crest, an arm, 
in aimour, iiolding a broken tilling spear ppr. 

Helii, vert, flory ar. a lion ramp. or. 

Helyar, [Somers.] az. a cross flory ar. belw. fuur mid- 
Icts, pierced, or. — Crest, a cock sa. beaked, !egge<l, 
combeil, and waltled, gu. standing against a cross tlory 
fitchee or. 

Helyard, or Hyi.UEY ARTi, az. a che\. ar. brtw. three 
mullets or. — Crest, a cock sa. combed and waltled gu. 



HEN 

HeLYAS. SecHELLTAS. 

Hei-YKN, or IIei.ION, or, a hart's licad, cabossed, sa. 

Helygane. Sec Hni.AtiEN. 

Helyon, or, a buck's licad, coupcd at tlio neck, sa. 

HemenfohI), or IIemford, [Estocke, Somcrs.] ar. a 

chev. betw. three <lr;ikes sa. eolkircil gu. 
Hemenhall, or Hemnall, [Norf.] or, (Another, ar.) 

on a fpsse, betw. two chev. gii. threes escallops ar. 
Hcineiihall, or nci/ii>i;//iall, or, on a I'esse, l)ctw. two chev. 

SU. (liree escallops ur. — Crest, a bear';; seal]) sa. 
Uemeufokd, ar. on a i'essc cu- three uiaitlcts of the field. 
He.mfokd. See Hemenford. 
HE.MC.nAVE, or, on a fesse, betw. two chev. gu. three 

escallops ar. — Crest, a bear's scalp sa. 
Hcmr/ravn, ar. a chief indented gii. 
llEMiNf;, or Hemming, ar. a water-boiiget sa. — Crest, 

on a chapeau, a lion, statant, guard, crowned and col- 
lared with a ducal coronet. 
Heminge, [Herts.] f;n. on a fesse, betw. three niaseles, 

or, as nianv escallops of the field, ■within a bordure cngr. 

of the second, charged with eight torteauxes. 
Hemikghai.l. See Hemexhai.e. 
■ Hemingham, [Norf.] ar. a chief indented gu. 
Heminoton, or Hemmington, burry of eight, ar. and 

a?., a bend fusily gu. 
nE>rMrNG. SeeHEMING. 

Hem MI NOWAY, sa. en a fesse wavy, betw. three swans, 

close, ar. as many mullets gu. — Crest, a swan's head 

and neck, conped, ppr. 
Hemnall. See Hemenhall. 
Hempedon, erm. thice lozenges, in fesse, gn. 
Hempgrave. See Hengrave. 
Hempinghall, [Norf.] Same arms as Hemenhall. 
Hempnall, or Hennall, [Temp. Eihc. JI.] ar. on a 

fesse, betw. two chev. gu. three escallops of the first. 
Hempnall, — Crest, on a chapeau, a lion guard, ducally 

crowned. 
Hempsted, sa. three borses' heads, erased, ar. bridled 

. ., a canton erm. 
Hemsley, [Queen's County, Maryland] gu. three bars ar. 

in chief a lion pass. or. 
Ilemslcy. The same arms. — Crest, on a cbapeau, a lion, 

statant, gorged with a ducal coronet. 
Hemsted, or Hemstead, gu. a fesse ar. ; on a chief of 

the second, three nnillets of the first.— -Crest, the top of 

a halbert issuing from the wreath. 
JIemy, [Hooton] ar. a bend az, charged with, three stars 

or. 
JIemyngton, or Henykgton, [Ches.] barry of six, or 

and az. a bend composed of five lozenges, gu. 
Hen AGE, [Copt Hall, Essex] or, a greyhound, current, 

betw. three leopards' faces sa. within a bordure gu. 
Ilenage. The same arms. — Crest, a lion's head, erased, 

vomiting iiames, ppr. 
Hen ALT, or Henaulu, or, a fesse gu. vitliin a bordure 

sa. 
Henaste, sa. a lozenge, per saltier, erm. and gu. within 

a bordure cngr. or. 
Henherke, per chev. or and az. three eagles displ. in 

chief, of the second. 
He.nuury, ar. six cinquefoils sa. three, two, and one. — 

Crest, a primrose p])r. 
Henchman, or Hinchman, [N.amp.] ar. a chev. Itetw. 

.three buglc-liorns sa. stringed gu. ; on a chief of the sc- 



HEN 

cond, three lions ramp, guard, of the first. — Crest, a 
buffalo's head, erased, c;u. 

Hend, or Hende, az. a lion pass. betw. three escallop* 
ar. 

Hende, or Hinde, [Lane] ar. on a chev. az. three escal- 
lops of the first; on a chief of the second, a lion pass, 
of the field. — Crest, a lion's head, erased, ar. 

Henden, 1.:. a lion pass. betw. three escallops or. — Crest, 
a greyhound running against a tree, ppr. 

Hekder, [Botreaux Castle, Cornw.] az. a lien ramp, 
within an oric of escallo])s or. — Crest, a sword, erect, 
ar. the blade wavy, guttee de sang, with flames of fire 
])lir. issuing from the sides and top, hilt and pomel or. 

Ilender, [Coruw.] az. three broad arrows gu. 

Henderson, [Chester] ])arled per pale, pily, sa. and ar. 
on the la^t a rose gn.; on a chief of the last, a crescent 
betw. two ermine spots or. 

Henderson, [CJranton] parted per i>ale, jiily, ar. and sa. a 
bordure of the first; on a chief gu. a crescent betw. two 
ermine spots or. 

Henderson, [Fordell, Scotland] gu. three piles, issuing out 
of the sinister side, ar. ; on a chief of the last, a crescent 
az. betw. two ernjine spots. — Crest, a hand holding a 
star surmounted by a crescent. Motto, Sola virtus nobi- 
litiit. 

Henderson, [Fordell, Scotland] The same anus, with the 
crescent vert. — Crest and motto the same. 

Henderson, [St. Laurence, Scotland] per pale indented, sa. 
and ar. two attires of a hart, counterchanged ; on a chief 
gu. a crescent or, betw. two erujine spots. — Crest, a 
wheel. Motto, Sic cuncla eadiica. 

Henderson, [Liverjiool, Lane] gu. three piles, issuiug from 
the sinister, ar. a bordure, tiuarterly, of the first and 
erm. ; on a chief of the second, a crescent az. betw. two 
ermine spots sa.— Crest, as of Fordell. Motto, T7rfu* 
nobilitat. 

Hcndcrsfin, [Provost, Edinburgh] gn. three piles, issuing 
from the sinister, ar. each charged with a heart; ou the 
dexter side, four mulleLc, in pale, of the second, on a 
chief of the same, a crescent az. betw. two ermine spots 
sa. — Crest ami motto as of Fordell. 

Henderson, gu. three piles, issuing from the sinister, ar. a 
chief erm. — Crest, under a tree a boar pass. 

Henderson, gu. three piles, issuing from the sicisler, ar. a 
bordure or; on a chief of tlie second, a crescent vert, 
betw. two ermine spots sa. — Crest, a hand jipr. holding 
a star az. Motto, Virtus nobilitat. 

Hendey. See Hendy. 

Hendis, ar. a bend vert, cottiscd, gu. 

Hendley, [Ireland] paly of six, or and gu. — Crest, a 
demi ladv ppr. attired az. garnished or, holding in the 
dexter hand a garland i)pr. 

Hendley, [Hendley, Lane] az. on a mount vert, a bind, 
lodged, (Another, grazing) ar. 

Hendley, az. on a mount vert, a stag, regnard. ar. — Crest, 
a column entwined with woodbine, ppr. 

Hendley, palv bendy, gu. and az. an orle of martlets or. — 
Crest, a martlet, rising, or. 

Hendley. See Henley. 

Hendmarsh, [Kent] ar. a lion ramp, guard, vert, tail 
forked, crowned or. 

Hctidwarsh, or, a lion ramp, crowned vert. — Crest, an oak- 
tree piir. appendent thereon an escutcheon gu. 

Hendmarsh. Sec Hindmursh, 



11 E N 

quartoily, or ami g". uidiin a bordure sa. cliarg:cd witli 

ci^lit CM iillops iir. — Crest, on old man's liead, siile-iated. 

ppr. Ii:iliitcd round llie s^luiuldcrs gu. on his liead a cap 

or, (iirncd up trni. tlio ia|) cliargjcd with three guttees 

de san;;. (AnolluT, llie ( a)) az. guttee d' or.) 

Ilcnhiijlium, ar. a (".■ssc l)o(\v. two chcv. sa. 

Hempott, nr. sov(.ii t(>rtc;ui\cs, two, two, two, and one. 

11e.nkf.NEY, or llKNKNEV, pt-T pale indented, or and 

gu. 
IIf.nki.ry, or 11 EN K ELY, per pale indented, ar. and gu. 
Henley, [Northini;(on, Hants.] az. a lion ramp. ar. crown- 
ed or, within a bordnre of the second, charged with 
eight torteauxes. — Crest, a lion's head, erased, ar. char- 
ged with hurls, dneallv crowned or. 
Ihnlvij, alias Jlviidlni, [t'orshorne, Kent] ))al) bendy, az. 
and' gu. an orle of ei^lit martlets or, tiiree, two, and 
three. — Crest, a martlet, with wings endorse{|, or. 
Jlcnlei/, [Kent, and llotheiliithe, Surrey] fusily, az.and gu. 
an orle of eight martlets iir, three, two, two, and one. — 
Crest, as tlie last. 
Ilenkij, [Kent] ar. a saltier pean, betw. four ogresses; oa. 

a chief az. a hind, couehant, or. 
Hcnlcij, [Salop] (piarterly ; first and fourth, gu. three 
pales ar. (Another, paly of eight, gu. and ar.) ; second 
and third, or. 
ariand'sa. armed and langiied gu. mailed and tufted or, j Heidaj, [Somers. IGfi] The same arms and crc5t as of 
for Walker. " Northington, Hants. (Another, the bordure charged 

Uciiencic. See Ilenimge. j \vith jjcllets.) 

Hene'ce, ar. a grevhound, current, sa. betw. three wolves" j llenkij, jialy of eight, ar. and gu. 

head.s, erased, gu. within a bordure az. charged with j Henlington, [Glonc] ar. a label of five points az. 

Henlock, or Herlock, az. si.\ garbs or, tliroe, two, and 



HEN 

)frNi>ON, [Kent] az. a lion pass. betw. three escallops or. 
llFNPKicK, or ilENDKiEK, [Holland] barry of six, ar. 

and sa. , i ^ - i . i 

HkMiKIK, or Hendry, bendy oi eight, erni. and gu. — 
CrfNt a deini cupid holding in the dexter hand a torch 

Hi;m»V, or HeNDEY, ar. abend vert, cottised gu. — Crest, 
tlie stiiuip of a holly-bush shooting forth new leaves, 
ppr. 

IIkndvs. The same arms. 

Henf; o?-Henne, vert, on a chev. or, an esentcheou ar. 
and sinister hand gu. ; in chief three lions ranij). of the 
secomi. — CresI, a tlcmi lion ramp, guard, holding a 
battle-axe, ar. 

Ilcnc, or, a fesse sa.; in chief adenii lion ramp, issuing, 
gu. 

H ENRAGE, sa. a greyhound, current, ar. betw. three leo- 
parils' heads and a bordure cngr. of the second. 

Jltnear)c, [Conipton House, near Calne, Wills.] or, a grey- 
hound, current, sa. betw. three leopards' faces az. within 
a bordure engr. gu.; on a mullet, a crescent for diff. 
quartering, az. a chev. cngr. erm. betw. three plates, 
each charged with a trefoil, slip|>ed, ppr. for WalAer. — 
Crests, first, a greyhound, current, sa. for Heticage ; 
.second, a denii heraldic tiger, salient, per pale indented 



eight cinquefoils of the first 
Hen EN, gii. a bend ar. 

Henenburg, or, on a mount vert, a hen sa. 
Hengham, gu. on a fesse or, three huits. — Crest, amon 

clouds, a globe ppr. 
Hengott, or Henscott, [Dcvons.] ar. on a cliev. sc 

two pales or, betw. three ogresses, each charged with a ' Henman, [Maidstone, Kent] 

leopard's face of the third. | lozenges ... 

Jlenyolt. The same arms.— Crest, a savage's head, af-lHENN, [Wingfield, Berks.] vert, a chev. or, in chief three 

frontee, couped at the shoulders, vested, and ducally \ lions ramp, of the sccon ' 



Ilcnlock. The same arms. — Crest, a demi lion ranij-. gu. 

maned and armed or, holding a mullet az. 
Henlyon, or, three bucks' heads, couped, sa. attired of 

the first. 

a lion ramp. betw. three 



crowned. 

Hengrave, [Siift.] ar. a chief dar.cettee g\i. 
JlcngravK, or IJrrnpgrave, ar. a chief indented gu. — Crest, 

out of a mural coronet, a leojiard's head, ducally gorged. 
Jlciigravc, ar. a chief indented az. 
He.ngscot, [Devons.] ar. on a chev. az. three piles or, 

charged with as many pellets, betw. three lions" heads, 

cabossed, of the second. 
Ihngscot, [Devons. j erm. on a chev. betw. three leopards' 

heads az. four plates. 
Hengscott, ar. on a chev. az. three roundles or, each 

charged with a jiellet, betw. as niany leopards' heads of 

the second. — Crest, a stag's head, erased anil attired, 

or, charged on the neck with two nails, in saltier, sa. 

betw. four pellets. 
Henhl'll, quarteily; first ami fourth, ar. ; secojid and 

third, sa. a stag's head, cabosscil, or; over all a beiidlet 

gu. 
Hening, [London; descended from AVorc] or, on a chev. 

sa. betw. three lions' heads, erased, of the second, as 

many jjheons ... — Crest, on a chapeau az. turned iij* 

erm. a lion, sejant, of the last. 
HESiNGriElI), [Essex, Temp. ]:aIw. /.] or, a chev. sa. 
He n 1 no h am, or H E\ en i N G ii a m, [Norf. Stalls, and SuU.] 



Hennadge, Hennage, or Heneage, [Essex, and 
Haynton, Line] ar. a greyhound, current, sa. betw. 
three leopards' heails az. — Crest, a greyhound, current, 
sa. 

Kenne. See Hene. 

HEN'NEnEE, per chev. az.and or; on a chief engr. of the 
second, an eagle displ. sa. 

IlENNEKErt, or Henniker, [Newton Hall, Essex. Grant- 
ed 1705] or, on a chev. gn. three ctoiles ar. in chief two 
crescents az. in base an escallop of the last. — Crest, 
an escallop or, charged with an etoile gu. 

Hennipge, or, a greyhound, current, sa. betw. three 
leopards' faces az. within a bordure enur. gu. — Crest, 
ati cable's head, erased, pjir. iMotlo, Deo cluee. 

Henmkek-Major, Caron HENMKER, of Stratford- 
upon-.Skmev, Wicklow, and a Haronct of England. TCre- 
atioiiit. Cart. 8 Jiilg, 17tio ; Baron, 30 Jt//;/, 181)0. 
liesidritcea, \\ orlingworlli Hall, near Eye ; Major House, 
near Sionehani ; both in Sutf. ; and Broadstairs, Kent. 
Town JJouse, '21, Cirosvenor Square] quarterly ; first and 
fourth, Dz. three columns, or pillars, of the Corinthian 
order, on the top of each a ball or, for Major ; second 
and third, or, on a chev. gu. betw . two crescent^ in chut, 
and in base an escallop az. three ctoiles ar. for iLnnili i. 

[G .1 ] 



HEN 



HEP 



— Crest of Major, a dexlcr arm, einbowed, habited g;u. 
cuff ar. clu'\rgc'cl on tlieelbovv with a plate, bobliii^; in tiie 
hand ppr. a baton or. — Crest of Ilennikcr, an tscalloj) 
or, charged with un etoile gu. Supporters, dexter, a stag; 
ar. gjorgeu with a cha])let of oak-lea\es ppr. therefrom, 
pendent, a sliield i;;!!. charged \\ith au escallop or; sinis- 
ter, an otter ar. ducally gorged or, pendent therefrom a 
shield of the arms of Major. Motto, Dviis major coliim- 
71 a. 

HEN.NrKF.R, Bart. [Newton Hall, Essex, 2 Nov. 1813; 
Toa-ii House, 3, Albany] quarterly; first and fourth, or, 
on a chew gu. lipt« . two crescents in chief, an^l an escal- 
lop in base, ar. tluec etoiles of the last, for IJoiuikcr ; 
second and third, az. three pillars of the Corinthian or- 
der, fluted, or, on the top of each a ball of the last, for 
Major. — Crest of Jknnikcr and of ?Jajor, as before de- 
scribed. Motto, as the last. 

Henxing, [roxwell, Dors. Granted 20 May, 9 James 
I. Ha: OJ'. nilts. Dors, and Somers. C. 22,/o/. 142] 
barry Mavy of six, ar. and az. ; on a chief gu. three 
plates. — Crest, a sea-horse ar. enclosing in his paws a 
plate. 

IIcnniiKj, gu. on a fesse, belw. three niascles or, as many 
escallops of the field, within a bordure engr. of the se- 
cond, charged with torteanxcs. 

Henningfielh, [Suft'.] or, a chev. sa. 

Henmngiiam, quarterly, or and gu. a bordure s;t. char- 
ged with escallops ar. 

Henkaghty, [ireiand] az. a gritfin pass. or. — Crest, on 
an esquire's hchncl, a dolphin naiaiit. 

Hkki'ie, or Henry, az. a fesse betw. three pelicans ar. 
vuliied ppr. — Crest, a pelican's head, erased, vuluiiig 
ppr. Motto, Fidelitcr. 

Henrieson, gu. three piles, issuing from the sinister, ar. 
the under one charged with a crescent vert, betw. two 
ermine spots sa. — Crest, a dexter hand, couped close, 
fesseways, p|)r. holding a mullet of six points, eusigned 
on the top w itii a crescent ar. Motto, Virtus sola nohi- 
litat. 

FIcnrieson. The same arras. — Crest, a, band holding a 
mullet of six points, ensigned on the top with a crescent, 
all p|)r. Motto, as the last. 

Henrique?,, [Spain] tierce in mantle, first and second, 
ar. charged with a lion ramp. gu. ; and the tliird, of the 
last, charged w illi a castle or. 

Menkv, [Ireland] ar. a fesse bclw. three lozenges az. — 
Crest, a lion's tail, erased, tip upwards, ppr. 

JBvnry. See IRiirif. 

Henrvli.I.s, paly of six, ar. and az. a fesse gu. 

Hknscot, [Ue\ons.] erni. a chev. componee, az. aud or, 
betw. three leopards' heads of the second. 

Ilcnscot, [Devons.] ar. on a chev. componee, or and az. 
betw. three leopards' heads of the third, as many hurts. 

Henscott, crni. on a chev. az. four plates betw. three 
leopards' heads of the second. 

IJcnscoft. See Jlcnr/ott. 

Hensell, [originally from Germany] .., a saltier ... — 
Crest, a bar-shot, ensigned with a bomb fired. 

flENSHALL, or, two chev. vert; on a canton gu. a lion's 
head, erased, ar. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a 
iiund, vested ar. culled gu. holding the suu. 

IIenshaw, [Ilenshaw, Chcs.] ar. a chev. sa. betw. three 
Ju.dlards jipr. — Crest, a hawk, close, or, preying on. a 
iiia!lard'.s uing of the first, erased gu. 



Hcnshaw, [Ches. Grunted 20 Dec. 1565] quarterly, ar. 
and az. a cross chars;ed with five crescents, counterrhan- 
getl , in the dexter chief and siinster base ))oints, a tleur- 
de-lis of the second ; in the sinister chief and dexter 
base, a dolphin, enibowed, of the first. — Crest, a gritfin's 
head, couped, per pale, ar. and az. charged on the neck 
with three bars counterchringed, in the beak an oli\e- 
brauch vert, frncted or. 

Ilcnshaic, [Great Marlow, Essex, and of London] ar. a 
chev. erm. betw. three cocks sa. beaked and k-Efced gu. 
— Crest, a falcon or, ducallv gorged az. belled of the 
last, preying on a wing of the first, guttee de sr.iig. 

Heiishau-, [Kensington, French Secretary to William [Jl. 
00. 1(509] ar. a chev. ermines, betu. tliree cocks sa. 

Hciishaw, gu. on a chev. or, betw. three lozenges ar. as 
many bells of the first. 

IIenshavve, gu. on a chev. betw. three lozenges ar. as 
many church-bells sa. 

Henslev, gu. a tree growing out of the base, or.— Crest, 
a beech-tree ppr. 

Henslow, [Hants.] ar. on a cross gu. five lions' heads, 
erased, or. 

Henslow. The same ariHs.— Crest, an eagle, with wings 
expanded, supporting a standard ppr. flag gu. 

Henson, alias Powell, [Pengethley, Hercf. ; and Ful- 
haiH, iMidd.] az. a chev. betw. three suns or, within a 
bordure erm. 

Henson, [Vicar of Tyringtoii, Norf. o6. 1711] The same 
arais. 

Henson. Tlie same arms. — Crest, a holy lamb reguard. 
ar. glory or, standard gu. 

Henson, gyronny of twelve, ar. and gu. 

Henston, [Lane] ar. a lion ramp. sa. 

IIentington, ar. a file of five lambeaux, in chiet", az. 

Hentley, ar. a chev. betw. three bucks' heads, couped, 
sa. 

Henyille, sa. a lion ramp. betw. eight cross crosslets ar. 
- — Crest, an eaale's head, erased, betw. two wings or. 
Motto, ]'irtus vera iwbiii'.as. 

Henxton, gu. a chev. betw. three leopards' heads ar. 

Henyngton, [Chcs.] See Hemyngton. 

Hepdorne, oHebbokne, [Hardwitk, Durham] ar. a 
lamp. sa. fired ppr. a Libel of three points gu. 

Hepbornc, alias Rie/iardson, [Tottenham High Cross, Midd. 
1C03] gu. on a chev. ar. a cinquefoil hetw. two lions 
counter-pass, of the first, in the dexter corner an annulet 
or. — Ciest, a round buckle or, the jroint of the tongue 
upwards, charged with an aiimdet gu. 

Hepelrn, Sir John Ulcii.an, Bart. [.Smeaton, Uadiiing- 
ton, G Ma;/, 1815] quarterly; fii-st and fourtli, gu. on a 
chev. ar. a rose betw. two lions pass, combatant, of the 
field, for Hepburn ; second, av. three lions' heads, erased, 
gu. for Bnchon ; third, ar. au anchor, in bend, az. ; on a 
chief of the last, three cranes or, for Beck. — Crests, 
first, a horse ar. t'urnished gu. tied to a yew-tree ppr. for 
Hepburn ; second, a sun-llowcr in tull blow, towards the 
sun in the dexter, all ppr. Moito, Honnnn antiquam. 
redinleiirarc. (A Suhscriher) 

Hepburn, [I'duckcastle, Scotland] gu. on a thev. ar. a rose 
betw. two lions, condiatant, of the first; in base a buck- 
le in shape of a heart, of the second. — Crest, a horse 's- 
head, couped, jipr. garnished gu. Motto, Keep tr)i.<t, 
(or, Prudenfia et virtntc.) 

Hepburn, [Bearslon] Same arms as of Riccartoiiu.. 



II E R 

Jlttibiiiii. rBP3''^'*''"'] ?"• °" ** thev. ar. a rose betw. two 

lidiis (oiiiiter-pass. of the tield; in base, three caniiets 

<if III.' second. 

Ilcttbu)!!, [Clerkingtoii] gii. on a chev. ar. a rose betw. two 

liniiM ci'ii"**"''"!'^^*- "^ ''"^ first, all witliiu a borrlure erm. 

Crrsl, a horse, furnished, aud tied to a tree, ppr. 

Mutto, 'I\''ep tryst. 
Hi iihiini, [Edinburgh] gu. on a chev. ar. a rose betw. t\\o 
lions ))as.s. counter-combatant, of the tirst; in base, a 
linni's bead, erased, of the second. — Crest, a horse ar. 
furnished gu. and tied to a tree vert. JVIotto, Keep 
trpt. 
Jlcvbiirn, [Humbie, Scotland] gu. on a chev. ar. s» rose 
betw. two lions, combatant, of the first. — Crest, an oak- 
Irec ppr. and a horse j)ass. saddled and bridled gu. 
Mollo, Keep tryst. 
Hepburn, [Nunrani, Scotland] gu. on a chev. a rose betw. 
two lions counter-pass, of the first, within a bordure 
cngr. of the second. 
Ilephiirn, [lliccaitoun, Scotland] gu. on a chev. ar. a rose 
betw. two lions, combatant, of the first ; in base, a buckle 
or. 
Jlepbunt, [SniitoH, Scotland] gu. on a chev. betw. three 
n)artlels ar. a rose betw. two lions, pass, counter-pass. 
of the first. — Crest, a horse ar. t'urnislicd gu. tied to a 
tree. Motto, Keep trijst. 
Ilepburn, [Wuiigliton, .Scotland] quarterly ; first anfl fourth, 
gu. on a chev. ar. a rose betw. two lions ramp, of the 
first; second and third, ar. three martlets tru. 
Hepburn, [Winram, Scotland] quarterly; first and fourth, 
or, a bond ;i7.; second and third, gu. on a ciiev. ar. a 
rose betw. two lions counter-pass, of the lield ; all within 
a bordure or. 
Ilepbitni, [Scotland] gu. on a chev. ar. a rose betw. two 
lions counlcr-i>ass. of the first ; in base, a staj:-stonc 
ppr. — Crest, a mort's head overgrown with moss, ppr. 
Motto, Virtnte et priiclentia. 
Hepburn, gu. on a chev. ar. two lioiw counter-pass, pulling 
at a rose of the first, betw. three cinquefoils of the se- 
cond. — Crest, a rose ar. surmounted by a thistle ppr. 
Hepden, [Ilurwash, Suss. Her. Off. Suss. C. 27.] erm. 
five fusils, in fesse, gu. — Crest, a lioR ])ass. or, comins: 
ojt of a mountain-cave ppr.. 
Uepdeii. See Hebdcn. 
Hepell, [N.unib.] erm. an inescuteheon within a bordure 

cngr. gu. 
Hepell, [N.umb.] erm. a bordure engr. gu. 
Heper. SeellEEPER. 
Heppell, [N.umb.] erm. an orle within a bordure engr. 

g"- 
Hepstall, quarterly, gu. and sa. ; the second and third 

quarters charged with a lleur-de-lis or; over all a beud. 
Hkpton, gu. a chev, ar. in chief two leopards' heads of 

the second. 
Hepwokth, crni. three cinquefoils az. — Crest, out of a 

mural coronet, a demi lioir larup. holding up a palm- 
branch, all ppr. 
llepuort/i. See Hewori/i. 
Herald, [Ueref.] ar. a fesse gu. betw. three stars of six 

I'oints sa. 
■ lEitnEN, erm. on a fesse gu. three fleurs-de-lis or. 
Hekreriour, gu. a fesse betw. three horse-shoes or. 
Heuuert, Earl'of PEMCUOKE and MOXTGOMEKY; 

liaron Herbert of Cardifl"; Haron Herbert of Sliurland, 



HER 

&c. [Creation.i, Baron Ross of Kendall, 13-27 ; Parr of 
Kendall, 1.>:J.0; rifz-lluah of Ravensworth, 1320; Mar- 
mion of Taniuortli, 12;,M, and St. (^uiiitin, 12!t4 ; P>aron 
Herbert of CanliH", 10 Ort. 15.^)1; Baron Herbert of 
.Shniland, ami Earl of Montiromery, 4 Mai/, WOo; and 
Earl of Pendjroke, 11 Oct. 16-31. Jicsi'Jenees, Wilton 
House, Wilts. ; Tonn Ifou.se, Privy Gardens] per pale, 
az. and gu. three lions rani[). ar. — Crest, a wivcrn, 
wings elevated, vert, holdiu'^ in the mouth a sinister hand 
couped at the wrist, gu. Supporters, de.Kter, a panther 
ranij). cuard. ar. spotted of various colours, fire issuing 
out of the mouth and ears, ducally gorged az. ; sinister, 
a lion ar. gorged with a ducal coronet gu. Motto, Un jc 
servirai. 

Herbert, Earl of CARNAllVON, and Baron Porchcs- 
ter, of Hiih Clere, Ihmts. f Creations, Bnron, 17 Oct. 
1780; and Earl, 3 Jime, 1703. Kcsidencc, High Clere 
House, Hants.] The same arms, with a crescent forditi'. 
— Crest, supporters, and motto, the same. 

Herbert, or Herhnitle, [Brecon] az. three icicles, in ber.d, 
oi. 

Herbert, [Conington, Hunts.] per pale, az. and gu. three 
lions ramp. ar. «ilhin a bordure gobony, of the second 
and sa. in e^ery second division of the bordure, a be- 
zant. 

Herbert, [Ireland] ar. three piles gu. issuing from tlie 
chief, a chief crni. — Crest, a de.xter hand holding an eel 
ppr. 

Herbert, [Tinterne, Monmonthshire] per pale az. and gu. 
three lions ramp. ar. within a bordure gobonated, or and 
of the second. 

Herbert, [Earl of Pembroke] j)er i>ale, az. and gu. thiec 
lions ramp. ar. a bordure gobonated, or and of the se- 
cond. 

Herbert, [Salop] per pale, az. and gu. three lions ramp. 
ar. — Crest, a wivern, with wings endorsed, vert, in the 
mouth a sinister hand, couped at the wrist, gu. 

Herbert. The same arms. — Crest, a bundle of arrows or, 
headed and feathoied ar. six in saltier, one in ])al'^ girt 
round the middle «ith a belt gn. buckle and point ex- 
tended, of the first. 

Herbert. The same arms. — Crest, a blackamoor's head, 
couped, sa. wreathed about the temples, and tied, or and 
gu. 

Herbert, per pale, gu-. and az. three lions rani]), ar. enra- 
ged counterchanged. 

Herbert, ar. three pales gu.; on a chief or, as many birds' 
heads, erased, az. 

Herbert, ar. three ]>ales gu. ; on a chief of the first, as 
niany lapwiuirs' heads, erased, az. 

Herbert, ar. a cin(piefoil az. ; on a chief gu. a lion puss, 
or. 

Herbert, or, three chew gu. a chief vair. 

Herbert, Fitzroy, gu. three lions' ramp, or, enraged az.. 

Hereon. See HEunnoN. 

HeRBOTTLE. See tlEItiiERT. 

Hrrrottyll, ar. three bears sa. muzzled or. 
Heri!i;ight, [Ireland] gu. three leopards' heads ar. 
Herbrif/bt. The s.ime arms. — Crest, on a tower ppr. a- 

(iag, ilotant to the sinister, gn. staff' sa. 
Herbriylit, [Ireland] 'j,u. three leopards" faces or. 
Herbright, ar. three cocks, in bend, cottised, sa. 
Heucey. See Heecey. 
Hercoi-D, vert, a fesse, llory counter-fiory, or.. 



H E R 



HER 



HerconuoN', ar. a Iieruii, volant, in Assc, ar. nicnibered 
or, lictw. three escallops sa. 

Hercules, sn. a lion r;iiii|i. holding a battle-axe or. 

Hercy, [CnitcliflcM, iKriib. ; Glouc. : Leic; Notts.; ami 
Grove, Yorks.] gu. ;i tliief ar. (Aiwthcr ailils, a label 
m.) — Cre.st, (I'it of a ducal coronet or, a man's head side- 
faced p|ir. wreathed about the tcni|)les ar. and sa. 

Ilercy, or, three liedgeho;;s jiass. in ])alc, gn. (Another, 
sa.) 

Jlercij, erni. on a chev. eiigr. sa. three cinijuefoils or. 

Jlercxf, gn. on a chief ar. Mithiu a borduie gobony, of the 
last and az. 

Herd, [London] ar. a chcv. gn. hetw. three water-bougcts 
sa. — Crest, a denii goat, salient, j'i)r. attired or, ducallj' 
gorged of the last. 

Herdhan, See Herdcon. 

Herdf.on, Herdcon, or Heruon, [Line] erm. on a 
fcsse gu. three fleurs-de-lis or. 

Kerduy, or IIerdeby, gu. a fesse dancettec betw. ten 
billets ar. three, two, three, and two. 

licrdhy, gu. a fessc dancettce betw. nine billets ar. four 
abo\c, and five below. 

Herdehy. See Herdby. 

Heroes, gu. a lion ramp. erin. 

HEitDESoN, ar. a cross engr. sa. betw. twelve fleurs-de-lis 

Herdeord, sa. abend fiisily or. 

Herdson, [Kent] ar. flory gu. a cross engr. sa. — Crest, 
a denii leopard ramp, ducally gorged and chained ])pr. 

Ilerdson, [Kent] ar. a cross engr. betw. twenty fleurs-de- 
lis gu. 

Herdsonne, ar. across sa. betw. four flcnrs-de-lis gn. 

Herdwicke, [Leic] gu. a saltier engr. ar. betw. four mul- 
lets or. 

Here, ar. the trunk of an oak-tree, sprouting afresh, sa. 
— Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, two de.Ntcr viiigs az. 

Hereford, [lleref. and Moore, Wore.] gu. three eagles 
displ. erm. (Another, ar.) 

Hereford, or, on a chief indented az. three annulets ar.- — 
Crest, an arm from the elbow, ppr. holding an annulet 
or. 

Hereford, sa. a bend fusily or. 

Hereford, sa. five fusils, in bend, or. 

Hereford, ar. five niascles, in fesse, gu. each charged with 
a "martlet of the first: in chief a lion pass. sa. collared 
of the second. 

Hereford, sa. a lion ramp. ar. 

Herenhon, ar. a stork, wings displ. sa. 

HerewaK]), chequy, or and az. a bend vert. 

Hereward , ar. a cross moline gu. a label az. 

Hcreiiurd, ar. a cross crosslet gu. 

Herewkll, ar. two lion? pass, guard, sa. 

HERE^VYKE, ar. on a chev. gu. five bezants. 

Herky, or Hery, gu. a thev. chequy, or and az. 

HERroui). See Hertford. 

Hergest, [Shenston, Hercf.] ar. a grlflin, scgreant, sa. 

Hergreve, ar. a gritiin, segrcant, per fcsse, gu. and az. 

Hekham, paly wavy of six, ar. and gu. 

Herham, or, three palets wavy gu. 

Herick, [London, lOO.i] ar. a fesse vair6, or and gu. — 
Crest, a bull's head ar. scalp sa. horns, per fesse, of the 
second and first, gorged with a chaplet of roses or, leaved 
vert. 

Hekk'ke. The same arms. 



Heriet, [London] per pale, erm. and ermines, threr 

crescents counterchanged. 
Ihrict, Herrivt, or Herriolt, per pale, erm. and gu. three 

crescents counterchanged. — Crest, a hind's head, couped, 

or. 
Ilcrict, Heriot, or Uerintt. The same arms. 
Herile, [Kent] lozciigy, gu. and az. eight martlets, in 

orle, or. 
Herin, [Dundee, Scotland] .. a bar betw. a wheat-sheaf 

in chief, and four mullets in base, ... 
Ihrin, [of that Ilk] gu. on a bend ar. a rose betw. two 

lions ranij). of the tield. — Crest, a demi lion raiuj). ar. 

Motto, Jji/ caloiir. 
Herino, gu. on a bend ar. a cinquefoil betw. two lions 

pass, of the field. 
Heriurj, az. six herrings, haurient, ppr. three, two, and 

one. 
Hering, [Owsley-Minor. \\'arw. Temp. Hen. V/I.] vert, 

on a bend ar. a cinquefoil betw. two lions pass, guard. 

gu. 
Hering, [Island of Jamaica] The same. 
Heringand, gu. three herrings, haurient, ar. 
lleringand, or Heringliam, gu. six herrings, haurient, ar. 

betw. eleven crosskls or. 
Heringdon, or, a chief gn. over all a bend sa. 
Heringe, [Salo)); and Owsley-Minor, Warw.] az.se- 

niee of cross ciosslets, six herrings or, three, two, and 

one. 
Hcringe, az. semcc of cross crosslets, three herrin£s ar. — 

Crest, a bull's head sa. ducally gorged and crowned or. 
Heringe. The same arms, the hei rings or. 
IIeringham, gu. three herrings, in pale, ar. — Crest, on a 

chapeau, a dolphin, haurient, ppr. 
Hcringham , or Hcrringlican, az. seniee de cross crosslets, 

six herrings, haurient, ar. 
Heringham. See Heringand. 
Heringand, [Suss.] az. scmee of cross crosslets, six 

herrings, in jiale, or. 
Heringrave, ar. a chief indented gu. 
Hj.RINo, gu. crusuly, a stork ar. 
Heriot, [Trabrown, Scotland] ar. on a fesse az. three 

cjnquefoils of the field. 
Heriot, [Jeicellcr to King James T'7.] ar. on a fesse trans- 
posed, a crescent betw. two stars of the first. 
Heriot, quarterly, erniinois and ermines, three crescents 

counterchanged, two and one. — Crest, an arm, embowed, 

in armour, ]ipr. g.irnished or, holding iu the hand a flag- 

ger of the first, hilt and ]>omcl of the second. 
Heriot, ar. a mullet az. on a chief of the last, three roses 

of the tirst. 
Heriot, or Hariot, per pale, erm. and ermines, three cres- 
cents counterchanged. 
Heriot, [Scotland] — Crest, a dexter hand, issuing, holding 
a wreath of laurel, all ppr. Motto, Fortem po^te ani- 

miim. 
Heriot, and Heriott. .See Hcrict. 
lIi.RiOTT, [Ramory, Scotland] ar. on a fesse az. betw. 

three mullets gu. as many cinquefoils of the first. 
Hekis, az. a fesse betw. three hedgehogs ar. — Crest, on 

a mount vert, a crane holding in the dexter claw a stone 

ppr. 
Heris, or, three boars pass, in jiale, sa. 
Hris, or, on a bend az. three cinquefoils of the tirji. 
Hiris. See Harris. 



H E R 

jliiiiTAcr., [Ikltaiiis, '\^■a^w.] botidy of six, ar. and sa. ; 
i>ii a iliiof gii. tliTLi' cross eiosslcts or. 

lli-nttKii', ur. a fcsse gu. in chief two iniillcts of the sp- 
(.Q„,|'. — Crest, a bear's lieaci, muzzled, and parted ])er 
cliev. ar. and sa. betw. tvo \sings, parted per fessc, of 
tlio Inst and first. 

IIki'iz, [Soiitb Wingfield, Derb. ; and Gonalston, Notts. 
27 Edic. 7.] az. a fesse betw. three urchins ar. (A)io- 
tlii'r, az. three urchins or.) 

Jicriz, [Leic] az. tiiree hedgehogs or. 

Hertz, abas Sinilfi, [Withcoctc, Leic. Temp. Jleii. T'//.] 
az. a fessc betw. three urchins ar. quartering in the 
principal quarter, Smitli, of \\ ithcock, Leic. 

Ilcriz, az. three hedgehogs ur. — Crest, a deiui lady, richly 
attired, betw. two laurel branches, and holding a rose- 
branch, all jipr. 

Ilcriz, ar. three hedgehogs sa. 

Hertz, ar. three boars gu. 

Hcriz, az. a chev. cnn. betw. three hedgehogs or. 

Huui.AKENDF.N, or Heulakynden,. . a fesse erni. betw. 
three lions' heads, erased. 

IIeri.AND, or, on a bend wavy, betw. two sea-lions ramp, 
az. three bucks" heads, cabossed, or. — Crest, on sea 
l)pr. a sea-lion ramp. az. ducally crowned or, holding 
an anchor sa. 

Jlerl'tiid, sa. a cross formec or. 

IIeui.e, [Predeux, Cornw.] gu. a fesse or, betw. three 
shovellers ppr. — Crest, a lion j)ass.... 

^'o/c — This ancient family, niiose name lias been occasionally 
written, Herle, JIarfe. J/car/e, and Earlc, is dosceaded from 
West Ilarle, in N.unih. 

Jlcrlc, [Grammond, Cornw.] sa. a fesse or, betw. three 
shovellers ar. 

//c)7c, [Devons.] gu. a chev. or, betw. three shovellers 
ar. 

Herle, [Welford, N.ami).] gu. a fesse betw. three shovel- 
lers ar. 

Herle, gu. three shovellers ar. 

Herle, ar. a fesse gu. betw. three shovellers ppr. 

Herle, gu. a fesse or, betw. three sheldrakes ar. 

Hekley, gu. a chev. ar. betw. three owls ppr. 

Heri.ington, ar. a lion ramp. sa. crowned or. 

Her LOCK. See Hen lock. 

Herman, [Bucks.] quarterly, indented, ar. and sa. ; on 
a bend of the second, betw. three martlets of the first, 
as many fleurs-de-lis of the last. 

Herman, [Middleton-Stony, Oxon, Conjirmcd 10 Bee. 
1G30] vert, a lion pass, or, armed and langued gu. betw. 
three annulets ar. — Crest, a lion, couehant, guard, or, 
under a palm-tree ppr. 

Herman, ar. a chief indented gn. 

Hermaji, gu. a bend ar. ( Aunt her, oi.) 

Hermentall, or, two bars az. 

Hermon, [Hendon] vert, a lion pass, or, betw. three an- 
nulets ar. — Crest, a lion, couehant, guard, or, under a 
palm-tree ])pr. 

Hermun, cu. a bend or. 

Herne, o)-'Heron, [I'anficld-Hall, Essex ; Loudon ; an<i 
Shaklewell, Midd. IGOO] sa. a chev. erm. betw. three 
herons, close, ar.— Crest, a heron's head, erased, ar. 
ducally gorged or, beaked of the last. 

Uernc, [Godmanchestcr, Hunts.] gu. a chev. cim. betw. 
three herons ar. — Crest, a heron or. 



H E R 

Jlcritf, sa. a eliev. cngr. betw. three herons ar. 
Hlknway, ar. three herons' heads, erased, sa. 
Hero.n, |{;iit. [Newark upon Trent, Notts. ; heretofore 

ofHadesloii, I'ord-Castle, and I'.okenfield, N.unib. ; since 

of .Stnbtun, Line. 25 July, 1770] .\rnis of Heron, of 

Cokeutitlil, gu. a chev. betw. three herons ar. — Crest, 

out of a du(a! coronet or, a hcroii's head p])r. Arms of 

Heron, of Tord-Castle, qnarterlv ; first and fourth, az. 

three lierons ar. ; second and lliird, barry of six, ar. and 

az. a bend gu. charged with a plate. — Crest, a heruu as 

in the arms. Motto, Arduu petit andea. 
Heron, [Applynden, Durham] ar. three herons az. 
Heron, [Last Thitkley, Dnrhiim, l.J7o] gu. on a chev. 

betw. three herons ar. a cinqnefoil sa. — Crest, out of a 

ducal coronet or, a heron's head and neck ppr. 
HcroH, [Essex; N.nmb. ; and I])swich, Sufi'.] az. three 

herons, close, ar. — Crest, a heron ar. 
Heron, [Essex and Staff's.] ar. three herons az. 
Heron, [Ireland] gu. a fesse betw. three herons ar. — Crest, 

a (love, volant, holding in the beak an olive-branch ppr. 
Heron, [Newark, Notts. ,- and Dokenfield, N.umb. lO'OC] 

See Heron, Hart. 
Heron, [Uokenfield and Ford-Castle, N.umb. Temp. Edtc. 

/.] gn. three herons ar. 
Hcrnn~, [Foid-CasUe and Bokenfiold, N.unib. lUl-a] See 

Heron, I!;irt. 
Heron, Myddlelun, [Cliipchase, N.nndj.] su. three herons 

ar. — Crest, a Jieron, close, |ipr. holding in the bill a 

stamiard stall", the banner tlotant, thereon the word 

Haslinc/s. Motto, Xil desperandiim. 
Heron, [N.umb. and Scotland] .-a. a heroii ar. 
Heron, [I'.okenfield, N.umb. ; .-ind Croydon, Surrey] gu. 

a chev. engr. betw. three herons, close, ar. — Crest, a 

heron, close, at. (Another crest, out of a ducal corouet 

or, a heron "s head p|)r.) 
Heron, [of that Ilk] s;u. on a bend ar. a rose betw. two 

lious ramp, of the field. — Crest, a demi lion ar. Motto, 

JJy valour. 
Heron, [Stail's.] gu. three herons ar. 
Heron, [Surrey] j)er pale, gu. and az. ; on a chev. I)etw. 

three herons ar. as many cinquefoils sa. — Crest, a herons 

head, erased, ar. <lucally gorged or. 
Heron, sa. two chev. or, betw. three herons ar. 
Heron, ar. a heron sa. 
Heron, gu. a heron ar. 
Heron. See Heme. 
Herondon, ar. a heron, volant, in fesse az. meuibtied 

or. 
Herondon. The same, betw. three escallops sa. 
Herovill, sa. two lions pass. ar. crowned oi-, on each 

shoulder a lleur-de-lis, az. 
Hkrper, erm. a cinqucfoil az. ; on a chief gu. a liou i)ass. 

guard, or. — Crest, a gritiiii, statant, ducailv corged, 

I'l""- 
Herpikgham, vert, an incscntcheon within an orle of 

martlets, ar. 
Herrays, [Lane.] ar. a chev. betw. three boars pass. ^u. 
Herren, [Sylington, Scotland] gu. on a bend ar. a rose 

betw. two lions pass, of the first. 
Hei;rer, az. three hedgehogs or. 
Herreys. See Harris. 
Herrick, ar. a fesse vaire, or and gu. — Crest, a bulls 

hi:ad, coiiped, ar. Iiorued and eared sa. gorged with a 

chaplct of roses pi)r. 

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HER 



HER 



Herring, [Arclihhhop of Canterbury, ITSO") e;u. three 

lucies, liaiuiciit, ar. betvv. nine cross crosslets or. 
Herring, [Crovdoii, Surrey] Tlif same. 
Herring, [Lctliemly, Scotland] i]uarterlv; first and fourth, 

gu. on a bend ar. a rose bctw. two lions ramp, ot the 

field ; second and third, az. a chev. or. 
//c?r/n^,' [Carsewell] s,u. on a fesse ar. a rose bctw. two 

lions ranij). of the first. 
Herring, az. senieo of crosslets, three herrings ar. — Crest, 

a boar's head, coupcd, in fesse, pierced through the 

snout with four arrows ppr. 
Herring, or Hcrin, [Scotland] cu. on a bend ar. a rose 

betw. two lions ratnp. of the field. 
Herring, gu. three herrin2,s, two and one, betw. nine cross 

crosslets ar. three, three, and three. 
Herring, [Scotland] gu. on a bend ar. a rose bctw. two 

lions vamp, of the iield, in chief a rose of the second. — 

Crest, a boar's head, coupcd close, sa. 
Hekringham. Sec Heringham. 
Hekriot, -and IIerriott. See Heriet. 
Herris, [Woodham, Mortimer, Essex] or, on a bend gu. 

three cinqucfoils of the field. — Crest, a talbot, sejant, 

or. 
Hciris^ [Sandon, Es.sex] erni. on a bend engr. az. three 

cinquefoils or. — Crest, as the last. 
Herris, or, on a bend az. thiee cinqucfoils of the first. — 

Crest, the same a? the above. 
Hr.nis, az. a chev. crm. bctw. three boars or. 
Herkvs, [Cryxsey, Essex. Confrmed 19 AW. 1578] or, 

on a bend az. three cinquefoils, )iierced, of the field, 

with a mullet for dill". 
Hersay, gu. a chief ar. — Crest, a hedgehog ppr. 
Hersett, [Norf.] or, a chief indented, sa. 
Hersewei.l, sa. three etoiles or. 

Hersey, [Kent] gu. a chief ar. a label of three points az. 
Herself, gn. a chev. ar. — Crest, a stag, sejant, ppr. 
Hersey, gu. a chev. ar. betw. three owls ])pr. 
Hersey, ar. tluee hedgehogs, in pale, sa. 
Hersey, ar. a chief gu. 
Hershull. See IIerthall. 
Herske, ar. three dragons' heads, erased and erect, az. 

langtied gu. 
Herst, [Devons.] gu. a star of six points ar. 
Herst, ar. an etoile of sixteen points gu. 
Herst, quarterly, or and az. four suns, couiilerchanged. 
Herst, alias Grove, ar. a star of eight points az. — Crest, 

a grove of trees ppr. 
Hersy, [Notts.] gu. on a chief ar. a label of five points 

az. 
Hersy, gu. a chief ar. 
Hert, [Bony-Tracy, Devons.] sa. a bend bctw. three 

fleurs-de-lis ar. 
Hert. See Harl. 

Hertford, [Herts.] gu. three eagles displ. ar. (Ano- 
ther, or.) 
Hertford, or Jlerfnrd, [Wore] az. five fusils in bend or. 
Hertford, or Hartford, gu. three eagles displ. ar. — Crest, 

a parrot's head gu. betw. two win^s vert. 
Hertford, gu. three eagles displ. erin. 
Hertford, gu. on a fesse or, three bucks' heads, cabossod, 

of the first. 
Hertford, gu. on a fesse ar. three bucks' heads of the field. 
Hertford sa. a bend fusily ar. 
Hertford, or Hartford, gu. a chev. betw. three harts' heads 



Heuthale, [Dcrb.] ar. two bars vert. 

IIkktu Ai.l,, ar. two bars vert, over all a bendiet gu. 

JhrtliuH, or llcrshuU, ar. two bars vert. 

Ilerlhall, or Hcrtluill, or, t\io bars vert. 

Hkktham, [N.uinb.] or, an erle az. ( Anathcr, purp.) 

Hertliam, jialy of six, ar. and gu. 

Hertluim, or, an inescutcheoii az. 

Herthey, or Hertlev, or, a bend betw. two cottises 
sa. 

Herthill. Same as Heuthale, Derb. 

Herthiii.l. See Hekthale. 

Hertie, [Luick, Scotland] gu. a fesse or, bctw. three 
martlets, in chief, and a niascle, in base, ar. 

HertiiU'I., sa. a mullet of six points, pierced, or. 

Hertington, ar. a hart pass. sa. — Crest, a stag's head 
or, collared, betw. the attires a cross pattee. 

Hertington, ar. a hart, trijipant, az. 

Herlitigton, az. two lions pass. or. 

Hertington, vert, a fesse betw. three stags' heads, cabosscd, 
ar. 

Hertington, erni. a lion ramp. gu. crowned or. 

Hertington, ar. a buck az. attired or. 

Hertland, [Devons.] ar. on a bend sa. three harts' heads 
or. 

Herti.aw, [N.umb.] ar. a cross gu, (Another adds, a 
label of five points az.) 

Hertlaw, ar. a cross gu. in the first quarter a martlet 
sa. 

Herti.ey, [Stiff.] ar. a cro.ss gu. in the dexter canton a 
martlet. 

Herfley, or, a bend, cottistd, sa. 

Hertlcy. See Hcif/iey. 

Hertlington, gu. a fesse betw. three bucks' heads ar. 

Hcrllingion, gu. a fesse ar. betw. three liarls' heads, era- 
sed, or. (Another, ar.) 

Hertog, ar. a trunk of a tree, coupcd, in bend, sprouting 
on each side two leaves. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet 
or, two wings, endorsed, az. 

Herton', ar. three bends engr. gu. a canton of the last. 

Herued, or Heruedon, ar. an etoile of eight points 
gu. on the centre a bezant. 

Hercn, sa. a heron ar. 

Herut, [Merwick] gu. a fesse chequy, ar. and az. within 
a bordnre .., charged with eight buckles or. 

Hervesei.i., or, an incscutcheon , voided, sa. 

Hervey, Eail of BRI.STOL, and Baron Ilervey, of Ick- 
worth, SufV. [Crcntions, Baron, 23 Murth, 1703; and 
Earl, 10 Get. 1714. Residence, [ckworth Park, Suff. 
Town House, G, St. James's Square.] gu. on a bend ar. 
three trefoils, slipped, vert. — Crest, a leopard pass. sa. 
bezantee, ducally gorged and chained or, holding in the 
dexter j)aw a trefoil, slipped, vert. Supporters, two leo- 
pards sa. bezantee, ducally goiged and chained or. Mot- 
to, Je n'oiihUerai jnmais. 

Hervey-Batiiurst, Barf. [Lainston, Southampton, 7 
Dec. 1(!18. Residence, Clarendon Court, Wilts.] ipiar- 
terly ; first and fourth, gu. on a bend ar. three trelbiis, 
sli|)ped, vert, for Her cry ; second and tliird, sa. t«o bars 
erm. in chief three crosses formee or, for L'al/iiirst. — 
Crests, first, a leopard sa. bezantee, collared aM<l lined 
or, holding in the dexter [law a trefoil, slipped, <;old, for 
Hervey; second, a dexter arm, emiiowed, habited in 
mail, holding in the hand jipr. a club, with sj)ikcs, or. 
for Bnthursl. Motto, Jc n'ottblierai jamais. 



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l/irvfy, [Cornw. and Somers.] sa. a fosse or, bctw. three 
»iliiii'r.ls. sijuiit, ar.— Crest, a sq'iinel, sejant, ar. tail 
or, cr.i. I. in;; nuts. 

Ileriii/ flrcl.iml] gn- on a thcv. lictw. tliioe leoparils' 
|„..j,|!, or, as ijumy trefoils, slippe.l, gu. — Crest, a lion 
rariii. erni. supportiiiu- a plunili-rule p|)r. 

Uerifi/,' [Tidilington, 0\on] az. three pack-sacldlcs, sans 
fclirrtips, or. 

Jhivcii, i;u. on a rhev. betw. three leopards' heads or, as 
riiaiij trefoils, .slipped, vert. 

Heiivili., ar. t^vo lions pass. sa. 

JIekvy, vert, a lion pass, guard, ar. — -Crest, an ox-yoke, 
in bend, gii. bows or. 

Uervti, or, a clie%. betw. three leopards' heads ju. 

Herward, [Odiani, Hants.] eliequy, or and az. ; on a 
bend p,n. three eagles, displ. with two heads, ar. 

Uerward, [Norf.] az. a fesse coiiiponce, sa. and or, a mul- 
let, pierced, in the dexter corner, ar. 

Herward, az. a fessc chequy, or and sa. in the first quar- 
ter, a nudlet ar. 

flcnranl, ehequy, or and az. ; on a bend gu. three eagles 
displ. of the first, (Another, ar.) 

llencard, ar. a cross crosslet gu. 

Herward. See Jlarivard. 

IIkuw ARK, az. a fesse chequy, or and sa. in chief a mullet 
of the second. 

Herway, ar. three herons' beads, erased, sa. 

HEr.'ivEFELL, or Hekwesel, Or, an orle sa. 

IIerwf.i.i., ar. a lion, coward, pass. sa. — Crest, a dexter 
hand holding up a boar's head erect, couped, ppr. 

Herwell, ar. two lions pass, coward, sa. 

Herwesei,. See Herwei-eli.. 

IIerweseli., or, an inescutcheon sa. 

IIerwilt., az. two lions pass. ar. cro\>ned or. 

Hekwille, sa. two lions pass. ar. ducallv crowned or, 
charged on the shoulders \\ith a fleur-de-lis az. 

HekwoRTH, [Epplin, Dc\oiis.] ar. three bucks' heads, 
couped, sa. eollnied of the (irst. — Crest, a cubit arm, 
erect, ppr. holding a snjike. 

Hery. See Herey. 

Herys, az. three hedgehogs ar. — Crest, a dexter hand 
holding a clarionet ppr. 

Heri/s, or, three porcupines sa. 

Hcrijx, or Harris, az. a fesse bctw. three hedgehogs ar. 

Hesding, che(iuy, or ami az. a ehcv. erni. — Crest, a dex- 
ter hand hold in:; a pistol ppr. 

IJese, or Hl.SEY, ar. three human legs gu. 

Hese, or De Hesi/, ar. a fesse sa. betw. three lions ramp. 

IIeseltine, gu. a bull's head, cabosscd, ar. — Crest, a 
swan, with wings endorsed, ar. crowned with an antique 
crown or. 

Hf.sey. See Heecey, and Hese. 

Hesill, ar. a clicv. sa. betw. three trefoils vert. — Crest, 
on a chaprau gu. "turned up ar. a flame ppr. 

Hesill, or Jlesijll, ar. a chcv. sa. betw. three trefoils, slip- 
ped, gu. 

Hesii.r'igge, Hart. [Nosely, Leie. 2V Juli/, 1C22. Resi- 
den.ee, Farway, Uevous.] ar. a chev. betw. three hazel- 
leaves vert. — Crest, on a eha]>eau gu. turned up crni. a 
man's head, in profile, coujied at the shoulders, |)pr. 
Supporters, dexter, a stag ppr.; sinister, a talbot ar. 
pied sa. and gorged with a plain collar gu. Motto, Pro 
uris etjocis. 



Hesketh, Rart. [Rufford, Lane. 5 May, 1761] ar. an 
eagle displ. with two hi ads )>pr.— Crest, a garb ppr. 

Hesketh, [llrsketli, \us;litoM, and North Mills, Lane] ar. 
on a btud sa. three garbs or. 

H(shelh, [Lane] ar. a cross llory sa. 

Heshelh, [Lane] ar. on a beud az. three garbs or. 

Hesketh, gu. a chev. betw. three leopards' faces or. — Crest, 
out o( a dneal coronet or, two arms ondjowed, in aimaur, 
the hands ppr. supporting a leopard's face, as in the 
arms. 

Hesketh, ar. on a bend sa. three garbs or, within ahordure 

£U. 

Hesketh, ar. on a bend sa. three garbs or. — Crest, a mor- 
tar, mounted, ppr. 

Hesketh, or Heskett. The same arms. — Crest, a garb or. 

Hrskines, per pale, az. and gu. a chev. or, betw. three 
lions ramp. ar. 

IIeskotts, ar. on a bend sa. three garbs or. 

Ilr.sLERTON, [llolford, Heslarton, and Waverthorpe, 
Yorks.] gu. six lions ramp. ar. crowned or.- 

Hesi.op, or Ht.sLOP, gu. on a chief ar. three fleuis-de-lis 
sa. — Crest, a liand holding a millrind ppr. 

Hesse, [Faddington, Mi.ld. Conjinnrd 12 June, 1772] 
ar. on a chev. sa. six ostrich's feathers, the top of each 
inclining to the coutre, ppr. ; above the che^'. per pale, 
crm. and of the first, on the dexter side, an eagle, displ. 
with two heads, of the second, in the dexter claw a 
gauntlet gu. in the sinister claw a scimitar ar. hilt and 
pomel or: near the centre, on the dexter side, an impe- 
rial crown ppr.; on the siidster side, in chief, a Turk's 
head, in profile, couped at the neck, on his head, a tur- 
ban, lyine fessew;iys, the face towards the base, the cap 
towards the centre, the neck issuing drops of blood, all 
ppr.; under the head a Turk's banner, the statf in bend 
sinister inverted, the staff tasselled, and headed at the 
end vith a crescent; in base a figure like a Z, the mid- 
dle line straight, the to|) and bottom indented, sa. b' :tw. 
two a^h-trees vert, from the under )iart of the chev. a 
j)ile az. thereon a sun or, over all a chief az. thereon a 
canton gu. charged with a peer's helmet. — Crest, on a 
chapeau gu. turned up erm. a cockatrice vert, ducally 
crowned, combed, i;eaked, and wattled, or, char^^ed on 
the breast with a sun of the last. Motto, Sapere, audc, 
et taee. 

Hkstkr, ar. on a bend sa. three swans, close, of the field. 
— Crest, a parrot gu. holding in the beak a ring or. 

Hesy, De. See HiisE. 

IIesyll. See Uksill. 

Hethcot, ar. three pouieis, on each a cross of the first. 

Hl'.lH COTE, or HKATlifuTE, [Derb. ; Hants.; London; 
and Normanton, Huts.] Same arms and crest as Heath- 
COTE, Bart, of llursley. 

Heiheotc, [Norf.] ar. three pomeis, on each a cross or. 

Hethk, ar. three i)cl!ets, on each a cross crosslet of the 
field. 

IIkther, [Derb.] The same arms as Heather. 

Hetiierfield, or IIei hersett, az. a lion ramp. ar. — 
Crest, a sinister «ing charged uilli a chev. gu. 

Hetherjicld, az. a lion ramp, guard, or. . 

Hetherjield, az. a linn rauip. or. 

Hetherjield, az. a leojiard, segreant, or. 

Hetherjicld, az. three leopards, senreant, or. 

IIethi'rington, and Hktherton, per jiale, ar. and 
sa. three lions ramp, couriterchajiged. — Crest, a lion's 



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licail, erased, gu. williin ii tliaiii ar. bolli cuds issuing 

from the wreutli, in orlt. 
Hethkkset, az. a lioti ramp, puard. or. 
IlETHlUiSETT. See IIeI llI-.ltllELD. 

HKT}ii;nroN. Slc IIetiu iiincton. 
llETiilNAN, az. a firt and lioniiire en^r. or. 
Hethringto.n, [lleiks. and l.cic] Tlic same arms as 

Heti'ieringto.n. 
Hethrinijinn, [Ireland] j)er pale, ar. am] ^u. a lion ramp. 

coiintenlianged, a canton sa. — Citst, out of a coronet 

or, a tower, quarterly, ar. and gu. 
Heti.ey, [liulbridge iloiisc, A\ ills.] gn. on a chev. ar. 

betw. three sparrow-hawks p])r. a cro^s crosslet iitchee 

sa. — Crest, on the stump ot a tree, a sparrow-hawk, al! 

ppr. 
Hethlow, Ap, [Wales] gu. a liou ramj). rcgnard. ar. 
Heton, [Lane.] ar. on a \>cni\ engr. sa. three bulls' heads, 

cabosscti, of the first. 
Heton, ver(, a lion ramp. ar. 
Heton, gu. a lion jiass. ar. 

Heton, vert, a lion ramji. within a bordurc engr. ar. 
Heton, vert, billcttee or, a lion ramp, of the second, within 

a bordure gu. 
Heton, ar. on a saltier az. five water-bongetsor, (Another, 

of the field) within a bordure gu. 
Heton, crm. on a chev. gn. three mullets or. 
Hettots, az. a chev. or, betw. three crescents ar. 
Heuband, [Warw.] sa. three leopards' heads, jessaiit-de- 

lis, ar. 
IIeubpicht, ar. two bendlcts betw. three cocks sa. 
Heuek, quarterly, gu. and vert; on a che\. betw. three 

cats pass, guard, or, as many garbs of tlie first. — Crest, 

a cat, sejant, ar. in her nioulh a guldfineh j)()r. 
Heuer. Sec Ilever. 

Heukiijs, [Trance] paly of six, ar. and az. a fesse gu. 
JiEUXTOjN, [Beds.] gu. a chev. betw. three leopards' heads 

ar. 
Heveli., ar. a fesse gu. betw. six martlets sa.— Crest, a 

lion ramp. jipr. supporting an anchor, reversed, az. 
Heven, [Heven, Heref.] az. crusily filchee, three boars' 

heads, couped, or. 
Hevenin'GHAM, per saltier, or and gu.; on a bordure 

engr. sa. eight escallops ar. 
Hcveniugham. See Hcninyliam. 
Hever, or rillUFF, gu. a cross ar. a label of five points, 

extended, az. — Crest, a phcenix in flames ppr. 
Heveki.ey, or, on a bend az. three escallojis of the field. 
Heverston, IIaverstox, or Havekton, or, on afesse 

gu. betw. three mullets sa. a cross botounee ar. 
Heverton, or, on a fesse gu. betw. three mullets sa. as 

many crosses botonnee fitchee ar. 
Hevyn, [Tateshall, Line] .,, on a chev. betw. three 

boars' heads, couped, each ha^ing in the mouth a pomeis, 

a crescent , . . 
Mewar, [London, 1G87] sa. two talbots' heads, couped, 

or, betw. as many flanks erm. 
Hewar, [Enineth, Norf.] sa. two talbots' heads, erased, 

betw. as many Haunches erni. 
HEWARDE.orHAYWARD, [London, and Tonbridge-Court, 

Surrey] sa. two bars ar. in chief a lalbot pass, of the 

last. 
Hewake, [Marshland] az. two talbots' heads, erased, or, 

bet'.v. as many flasques erm. 
IJEWATT, vr Uewat, [Scotlaud] az. a chev. ar. sur- 



mounted by another, gu. betw. three owls of the secoucL 
— Crest the sun rising out of a cloud ppr. Motto, Poit 
trncbras bix. 

Heway, [D( vons.] ar. fretly c.ii. a canton of the socood. 
(Another, ar. a fret and canton g>i.) 

Heway, ar. fretty gu. a canton erm.— Crest, a wolf re;;uard. 
J)pr. 

liEWE, gu. betw. two bendlets, iudcnted, ar. three chess- 
rooks erm. 

Hewer, [0.\borough, Norf.] sa. two talbot,s' heads, era- 
sed, in pale, or, helw. as niauy (launches erm. — Crest, a 
dcmi dragon ax. wings endorsed or, collared and lined 
of the last, holding the lint in his fnie legs. 

Hewes, or Hues, [Bromham, Wilts.] ar. a lion ramp, 
reguard. sa. 

Hcues, [Wills.] az. a lion ramp, guard, or. 

Hcwes, ar. two bais betw. seven crescents, sa. three in 
chief, the like nundter in fesse, and one in base. 

Heices, ar. on a fesse gu. two gad-bees or. — Crest, a j)e3- 
cock's head, erased, az. 

Hcues, gu. fretty ar. a canton of the last. 

Hew ester, [London] ar. a pale within a bordure (Ano- 
ther, engr.) az. 

Hewet, [Ampthill] sa. u chev. counter-embattled, betw. 
three owls ar. 

Hcnel, [Heckfield, Hunts.] ar. on a chev. sa. betw. three 
lapwings, close, ))pr. a rose, stalked and leaved, bttw. 
two cinquefoils or. 

HctLct, [London] gu. a chev. erm. betw. three owls ar. 

Hciiet, [Headley Hall, Yorks.] gu. a chev. engr. betw. 
three owls ar. — Crest, the stump of a tree ppr. thereon 
a falcon, dose, or. Motto, A'e fe qnasivcris extra. 

UcKct, ar. a chev. betw. three la])wings sa. — Crest, across 
))attee betw. the horns of a crescent, cu. 

Hev^etson, az. three plumes of ostrich's feathers ar. two 
and one. — Crest, a ser])ent, nowed, his head in pale, or, 
holding in the month a garland of laurel vert. 

fIriL-et.iOH, [Irelan<l] — Crest, a demi friar, habited ppr. 
holding in his de\ter hand a lash. 

Hew ETT, [Lord Mayor of London, 1560] az. on a fesse 
llory, counterllory, betw. three lions pass, guard, or, as 
many birds sa. 

Hcwett, [London] gu. three lions' jkiws, erased and erect, 
ernj. 

Hcicctt, [London and Yorks] az. on a fesse florv betw. 
three lions pass, or, as many magpies ppr. 

UeiLctt, sa. a chev. betw. thiee owls at. — Crest, a cocka- 
trice, with wings expanded, or. 

Hewgell, — Crest, a horse's head erased. 

Hewham, az. an etoile of six points or. 

Hewick, or Hewike, gu. on a cliev. or, three cross 
ciosslels flory sa. 

Henick, or Hcicikes, gu. bezantec, a lion ramp. ar. 

Hkwike, or Hewicke, vert, six bezants, three, two, aud 
one. 

Hcirihc, and Heivihes. See Hewic/t. 

Hewis, gu. a fret ar. — Crest, on a chapeau ppr. a water- 
bouget sa. 

Hewish, [Cornw.] gu. fretty ar. a canton of the second. 

Jlcuiih, [Devons.] ar. on a beml sa. three pikes, haurient, 
of the field. 

Hewit, [Derb.] az. on a chev. flory or, betw. three lions 
pass, of the second, as many lapwins;s j>pr. 

Hcivit, or HewiH, [I'isliicbury, Herts.] gu. a clic\. engr. 



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|>fl\v. tlirce owls ar.— Crest, a falcon, close, ar. beaked, 
Ic'-Jil mid bollid, or, standiug on a branch of a tree, 
.■.m"j)f.i luul r.isuly "*" till-- last. 

Jit nil [Loiuioii] az. ou a fesse flory counterflory, betw. 
tlire'i- lions }>ass. ar. as many lapwings ppr.— Crest, a 
lapviiii; ppr. 

J/niil, ['Londiin] ar. a fesse sa. bctw. three magpies ppr. 

Uttrit, [Staffs.] sa. a chev. cngr. bctw. three owls ar. 

Jlcttit, sa. a chev. or. — Crest, a denii huntsman ))])r. coat 
c;u. firing a gun of the first. 

Hewitt, Viscount LIFFORD, and Baron Liflbrd of Lif- 
foril, of Donegal. [Cieatioits, Baron, 1) Janv, 17C3 ; 
Vise. 4 Jan. 1700. Residence, Santry-House, Dublin] 
gu. a chev. cngr. betw. three owls ar. — Crest, on the 
trunk of a tree, lying fcsseways, an owl, all ppr. Suji- 
j)orters, dexter, a falcon, sinistei, a grillin, both or, their 
wings expanded ar. each gorged with a collar az. char- 
ged with three bezants. Motto, Be just, andfriti- not. 

Hewitt, Bart. [Ncthersall, Leic. G Xor.. 1013; since of 
Alconib, Somers.] gu. on a chev. embattled, betw. three 
owls ar. on tlic head of each an eastern crown or, as 
many bombs, fired, ppr. — Crest, out of a mural crown 
or, tlic stump of an oak-tree, with branches, thereon a 
hawk ))pr. gorged with an eastern coronet and belled 
gold. Motto, iVe fe qiiasiveris extra. 

Jlcwitt, [London, 1-38G] or, on a pile gu. three escallops 
of the first. — Crest, a falcon, close, upon a leure ar. li- 
ned and ringed or. 

Jleicitt, [Alveston, Warw. Granted 1704] gu. a chev. 
cngr. betw, three owls ar. — Crest, on the trunk of an old 
tree, from which spring fresh branches, a horned owl, 
all p|>r. 

Jletvitt. Sec Ilcwit. 

Hewlet, or HOWLET, [Dublin. Granted in Ireland, 1 
Aitff. 1CG2] sa. on a fesse, betw. three owls' heads, era- 
sed, ar. as many roses gu. — Crest, an owl's head, eiased, 
ppr. gorged with a mural coronet or. 

Ucwlct, sa. on a fesse ar. three roses gu. — Crest, on a 
mount vert, semee of weeds, an oak-tree ppr. 

Hewley, [Vorks.] quarterly; first and fourth, ar. a pile 
issuing from the chief, and two from the base, gu. ; second 
and third, per chev. ,. and .. three swans' wings, en- 
dorsed. . . 

Hewli.NG, eiTi). three roses, per pale, or and gu. 

Hew'.makche, sa. an inescutcheon ar. charged with a fesse 
lozeiigy gu. within an orle of martlets of the seconrl. 

IlEwonTH, or Uepworth, ar. a saltier betw. four mul- 
lets gu. 

Hf.wscot T, [Devons.] ar. on a chev. bctw. three leopards' 
heads az. as many pales of the first. 

Hewse, [Grunted 10 i>cc. 1573] gu. a Saracen's head, 
erased, p])r. hair and beard or, round the temples a fillet 
nowed, ar. and az. ; on a chief of the fourth, three roses 
of the second. 

Hewson, [Hunter Street, Brunswick Square, London] 
quarterly, gu. and erm. an eagle displ. or ; in the first 
quarter a lion pass, guard, ar. — Crest, a bull's head, 
couped, ar. armed or, in the mouth a torch of the last, 
emitting flames of fire, ppr. 

lleicson, quarterly, gu. and erm. an eagle displ. or ; in the 
dexter chief cpiarter a lion pass. ar. 

Hkw'star, ar. ou a fesse, indented, sa. three fleurs-de-lis 
or. 

Hewstas, az. a bend betw, six cross crcsslcfs litchce ar. 



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Hewstek, sa. a fesse danccttee or ; in chief three fleurs- 
de-lis ar. — Crest, in a coronet ar. an ostrich's head and 
wings of the same, holding a horse-.shoe or. 

Ilcwster, ar. a pale en^r. az. within a bordure of tlie same. 

Hewston, [Wistoft, Line] az. three chev. fretty, in base, 
or ; on a chief of the second, a crescent sa. charged w ith 
a mullet ar. 

Uciesloii, gu. a chev. sa. guttec ar. betw. three leopards' 
heads ol' the third. 

Hewtol N, [Scotland] ar. a lion ramp, vcit; in chief two 
mullols gu. 

Hewva, ar. fretty gu. a canton of the last. 

Hew YS, [Devons.] gu. fielty, a quarter ar. 

Jfciri/s, ar. frelty gu. a quarter erm. 

Hcirys, ar. a fret and quarter gu. 

Hewyke, gu. bezantee, a lion ramp. ar. 

Hexm AN,-^Crest, on a mount, a fir-tree, growing, ppr. 

Hexstai.l, [Stafl's. ; and Hexstall, Warw.] quarterly, 
gu. and sa. a bend betw. two tknrs-de-lis ar. 

Hext, [Kingston, Devons.; and Netherliam, Somers.] or, 
a tower, triple-lowered, bctw. three battle-axes sa. — 
Crest, on a tower sa. a demi lion ramp, or, holding in 
the dexter paw a battle-axe of the first. 

llext. The same arms. — Crest, a stag's head, cabosscd, 
ducally gorged or. 

Hextai.l, (juarterly, gu. and sa. ; in the second and third 
quarters a fleur-de-lis ar. over all a bend of the last. 

Hexton, sa. a chev. betw. three leopards' heads ar. 

He.rton, gu. a chev. betw. three leopards' heads ar. — Crest, 
a leopard's face sa. jessant a fleur-de-lis or. 

Hey, or De la Hey, ar. a fesse gu. betw. six martlets 
sa. 

Hci/, or De la Heij, ar. on a fesse gu. betw. six martlets 
sa. two martlets or. 

Heydock. See Haydock. 

Heydom, or Headon, [Hertford and Line] quarterly, 
ar. and az. a cross cngr. counterchanged. — Crest, a tal- 
bot jiass. ar. sjiotted sa. 

Hcydon, quarterly, ar. and gu. ; on the first quarter a bu- 
gle-horn sa. 

Ileydon, gu. three bezants, a label of as many points 
ar. 

Ilei/doii, ar. on a bend az. three eagles displ. or. 

Heyes, [Ratington, Essex. Granted 'i Aug. 1;JG3] ar. 
on a chev. az. bctw. three snakes' heads, erect and era- 
sed, vert, as many bezants. — Crest, a snake's head, erect 
and eiased, vert, ducally gorged or. 

Heyford, and Heyi-orde, gu. a maiinch or. — Crest, out 
of a ducal coronet, two blanches, orlcways, ppr. 

Heyford, ar. a chev. sa. betw. tiirec bucks, sjiringing, gu. 
attired or. 

Heyforde, [Lord JNLiyor of London, 1477] ar. a chev. 
sa. betw. three bucks, tiippant, gu. 

Heygeys, ar. a chev, gu. betw. three derai dragons, cou- 
ped and erect, vert. 

Heyha.m, paly of six, ar. and az. 

Heyland, [Sufl".] az. a lion ramp. ar. a bend gu. 

llcyland, [.Sufi.] ar. a bend gn. 

Heyland, [Vorks.] gu. a bend betw. six martlets or. 

Heylautl. The same anus. — Crest, on .i cliapeau gu. a 
martlet sa. 

Heylegaii{, — Crest, a sword, fesseways, thrust into a 
demi i\liccl on the sinister. 

Heyljn, [AldcrtoD, Saloj)] sa. throe nags' liead.s, erased, 

[ G K ] 



HEY 

ar. — Crest, a bear pass. sa. gorged with a collar and 
bell or. 

Heyliston, or Heylston, [London] ar. a chev. engr. 
betw. tljffc leopards' heads gu. 

Heylistvn, or Ilahham. The same. 

Hkylyn,, [Siirrev] ar. three horses' heads, erased, sa. — ■ 
Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a donii lion ramp. sa. 

Heylyon, or Helion, gii. fretty ar. a teise or. 

HEYM.-iN, [Somerfield, Kent] ar. on a chev. engr. az. betw. 
three martlets sa. as many cinquefoiis or. — Crest, a Moor, 
full-faced, wreathed round the temples, holding in the 
dexter hand a rose, slipped and leaved, all ppr. 

Ileyman, ar. on a chev. enjr. sa. betw. three martlets of 
the last, as many cinquefoiis or. 

Hkynes, [Turston, I'ucks.] or, a chev. betw. three arrows 
sa. ; on a chief crencllee az. as many ninllets of the first. 
— Crest, an eagle's head,, erased, erni. ducally gorged or. 

Heyncs, [Wilden Hall, Suff. Confirmed 20 &■/»/." 1.575] 
The same arms. 

Heyncs, or Eyncs, [Dorchester; Charlcbury, Oxon ; and 
Salop] or, on a fesse gu. three bezants ; in chief a grey- 
hound, current, sa. collared of the second. — Crests, tirst, 
an eagle displ. standing on a tortoise . . ; second, an ea- 
gle disjd. az. semee d' ctoiles or. 

Heyncs, [London] ar. three crescents, paly wavy of six, 
gu. and az. 

Heyncs, ar. on a fesse gu. betw. three dcmi hinds, couped, 
az. as many bezants. 

Heynes, gu. semee of cross crosslets, a cinqnefoil or. 

Heyncs, ar. a fesse wavy (Another, nebuJee) az. betw. 
three annulets gu. 

Heynes, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three dcmi lizards, couped, 
vert. 

Heyjies. See Hayncs. 

Heyngeston, az. a battle-axe or, headed ar. the edge 
to the sinister. 

Heyngkave, ar. a chief indented gu. 

Heyue, ar. a fesse vaire, or and gu. 

Heys, ar. a fesse sa. betw. three lions ramp. gu. 

Heysham, [London] gu. an anchor, in pale, or ; on a 
chief of the last, three torteauxes. 

Heysham. The same arms. — Crest, a stag's head, caljos- 
sed, enfiled with a ducal coronet. 

Heytesritry, [Wilts.] per pale, indented, gu. and vert, 
a chev. or. 

Heyton, [Heaton] ar. on a bend engr. sa. three bulls' 
heads, erased, of the first. 

Heyton, [Lane.] vert, a lion ramp, guard, ar. 

Heyton, vert, a lion ramp. ar. 

Heyton, vert, a lion rani]), within a bordure engr. ar. 

Heyward-, [Middle-Temple, London. Granted 1 jDec. 
1708] az. a chev. per pale, or and erni. betw. three 
garbs of the second. — Crest, a dexter arm, embowed, 
habited gu. holding in the hand ppr. a tomahawk of the 
last. 

Heyward', [Middle-Temple, London, and Norf. IGll] ar. 
on a pale sa. three crescents of the field. — Crest, on a 
wing ar. a jiale sa. charged with three crescents of the 
fir.st. 

Heyward, [Wcniock, Salop] per chev. gu. and az. a lion 
ramp. erm. ducally crowned or. — Crest, an ibex pass, 
erni. armed, crined, and tufted or. 

Hcytrard, [Salop] gu. a lion ramp. or> crowned ar. 

Heyward. See Hayward. 



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Heywarde, [Lord Mayor of London, 1570] gu. a lion 
ramp, guard, ar. crowned or. 

IIeywick, gu. a lion ramp. ar. betw. nine plates. 

Heywood, [Lane, and Midd. 1691] ar. three torteauxes 
betw. two beudlets gu. all within a borduic of the last. — 
Crest, a falcon, on the stump of a tree, with wings displ. 
all ppr. 

Heywuod, [Douglas, Isle of ^L^n] quarterly ; first, or, 
three torteauxes betw. two bendlets gu. ; second, or, on 
a bend sa. three mullets .. ; third, ar. a chev. gu. betw. 
three mascles ; fourth, ar. a fesse sa. fretty, betw. three 
cinquefoiis, ... — Crest, on the stunifi of a' tree, eradica- 
ted, a falcon, belled, with wiu2;s displ. all ppr. 

Heywood. See Haywood. 

Heyworth, [Lichfield] az. a saltier or, within a bordure 
charged with eight mitres of the second. 

IIiatt, az. a lion ramp. ar. — Crest, a lion's paw, erased, 
holding a broken spear. 

HiBBENs, or HiBBYNS, [Weo, Salop] or, on a chev. the 
upper part embattled, betw. three castles gu. as many 
guttees of the first. 

Hibbens. The same arms. — Crest, a lion's head, erased, 
ducally crowned, all betw. two ostrich's feathers ppr. 

HiBCEEij, sa. an ctoile of six points or, betw. two Haunches 
erm. 

IIiBBERT, [Portland Place, Lonilon] erni. on a bend sa. 
three crescents ar. — Crest, an arm, erect, couped below 
the elbow, vested az. cuff erm. hand ppr. grasping a 
crescent ar. 

Hibbert, barry of eight, . , and . , , a i)ale, couuterchanged. 
-- Crest, a hand holding a millrind ppr» 

IllBBLNGS, [Kcdmorley] or, a chev. betw. three castles,, 
triple-towered, gu. 

UlBBS, [Tunbridgc-Wclls, Kent] az. a chev. engr. betw. 
three salmons ar. ; on a chief gu. as many storks of the 
second, ducally crowned or. — Crest, a derai stork, wings 
expanded, ducally crowned or, holding in the beak^ 
salmon ar. / 

JIlBBYNS. See lIlBBENS. 

HlccoCKS, [London. Granted 1707] vert, a garb or. — 
Crest, on a mural coronet ar. a sun ia splendour ppr. 

Hicham, gu. on a chief or, three torteauxes, a crescent 
for diff. — Crest, on a mount ^ert, a stag, springing, ar. 
attired and unruled or, on the dexter part of the mount,, 
a branch of laur<l of the first. 

HlCHCOKE, ar. on a ero.ss az. five fleurs-de-lis or, within 
a bordure engr. of the second. — Crest, iu a tower gu. 
embattled or, a lion's head of tiie last. 

HlCHE, per fesse, or and ar. three etoiles sa. 

HiciliNG, sa. a fesse chequy, or and az. betw. three hor- 
ses' heads, erased, ar.— Crest, an anchor, in pale, sa. 

HicuiNS, [Cornw.] ar. a cross formee, quarterly quar- 
tered, az. and gu. betw. four lions' heads, erased, sa. 
langued of the second. 

Hichins, [London] sa. a castle, triple-towered, ar. 

HiCKCOMBE, az. three broad arrows or, a chief of the 
secoiul. 

HiCKE, per fesse, or and sa. three etoiles, counterchangecL 

HiCKES, gu. a chev. erm. betw. three clarions or. 

Hivkcs. See Hicks. 

HiCKEY, ar. a lion ramp. gu. ; on a chief erm. a saltier 
engr. of the sccoml. — Crest, a dexter arm, embowed, in 
armour, i)pr. garnished or, holding in the hand a trun- 
cheon of the seconds 



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llirleu, [Ireland] gyronny of eight, sa. and or; on the first, 
(our ncorns, and on the last, as many oak-ifavcs, counter- 
tlKiii^ed. — Crest, a lamb lesuard, holriiug over the dex- 
ter shoulder a flag, charged with an imperial crown. 

l/jckiii, gu. a lion pass, or, a chief of the last. — Crest, a 
wivcrn, with wings expanded, holding in the month a 
human hand ppr. 

llHKioRD, or II IXKFOUD, verl, n chev. betw. three bucks' 
heads, cabossed, or. — Crest, a denii swan, wings endor- 
sed, |>pr. 

Itichford. See IlififorJ. 

HiCKiE, [Rilling, N.amp.] gu. a lion pass, or; on a chief 
ar. a saltier eugr. ax. charged with a lion pass, goard. of 
the third. — Crest, a lion's head, erased, ar. pierced 
throui;h the mouth with a cross crosslet fitchee gu. 

HirKLiNG, [Green's Norton, N.amp.] az. three bars or, 
in chief as many lious' heads, erased, of the second. — 
Crest, a leopard's head, erased, or, pellcltee. 

llickling, ar. three bars az. iu chief as many lions' heads, 
erased, of the second. 

Jlickliug, harry of fix, ar. and az.; on a chief of the se- 
cond, three lions' heads, erased, or. 

Hickman, [Gainsborough, Line; and Oken, Staffs.] per 
pale indcntcil, ar. and az. — Crest, a talbot, couchant, ar. 
collared and lined az. at the end of the line a knot. 
Motto, Tovjours J'idele. 

UlCics, 15art. [Bcverston, GIouc. ; and Whitcombe Park, 
near Gloucester, 21 JvUj, 1619] gu. a fesse wavy betw. 
three fleurs-de-lis or. — Crest, a buck's head, couped at 
the shoulders, or, gorged with a chaplet of roses gu. 

Hicks, [Lnxillian, Cornw.] ar. a tower, triple-towered, 
betw. three ))ole-axes sa. 

IJicks, or Hickes, [Rickols, Essex ; Camden, Glouc. ; and 
London] gu. a fesse wavy betw. three fleurs-de-lis or. — 
Crest, a stag's head or, gorged with a chaplet of cinque- 
foils of the last, leaved vert. 
^IJickx, [King's Bench Walks, London; and Richmond, 
Surrey] The same arms. — Crest, a stag's head, collared, 
on the collar three cinquefoils pjir. 

Hicks, [Ireland] ar. a tower sa. issuing from the top there- 
of four battle-axes az. two to the dexter, and two to the 
sinister. — Crest, a lion's ganib, issuing, parted ]>cr chev. 
or and gu. 

Hicks, [London, and Bcecles, Norf.] az. two pales betw. 
nine ileurs-de-lis or. — Crest, a griflin, sejant, az. sorged 
with a collar, embattled, counter-embattled, or, beaked 
and legged of the last, holding in the dexter foot an ar- 
row of the second. 

Hicks, [London] az. a fesse wavy betw. three flcuis-de-lis 
or. 

Hicks-Scach, [Willianistrip-Park, Glouc. ; and Netherha- 
ven, Wilts.] quarterly ; tirst and fourth, vaire, ar. and gu. 
on a canton az. a i)ilc or, for Brack; second and third, 
gu. a fesse wavy betw. three tlturs-de-lis or, for Ilicks. 
— Crests, first, a <lcini lion ramp, couped, ar. hoKliug in 
the paws an estallop az. charged with a pile or, for 
Beach; second, a stag's head, erased, or, gorged with 
a wreath of laurel vert. 

HlCKSON, [Kent, and Williats, South Minis, Midd.] or, 
two eagles' legs, erased, a la quise, in saltier, sa. 

MlCKTON, or, three eagles disjd. sa. 

HlcUMj or HicuN, az. three arrows or, points downward, 
a chief of the second. 

HiD.ALGO, [Spain] az. the sun surrounded by stars, or. 



HID 

the body of the sun per pale, with the arms of Castile 
and Leon. 

Hide, [Berks.] gu. two chev. ar. — Crest, a leopard's head, 
erased, sa. bozantee. 

Hide, [Norbury, Clics. ; Great Hadham, Herts.; Salop; 
and Marlingbury, Wilts.] az. a chev. betw. three lozen- 
ges or.— Crest, an eagle, with wings endorsed, sa. beak- 
ed and leggetl or. 

Hide, [dies.] az. a chev. betw. three fusils or. 

Hide, [Gussage, and St. Michael, Dors.] az. a chev. betw. 
three lozenges or, a mullet for diff. — Crest, a martlet, 
risino;, sa. charged on the breast with a mullet or. 

Hide, [Dors.] az. a chev. betw. three lozenges or; on a 
chief ar. a saltier engr. gu. 

Hide, [Rumsey, Hants.] gu. two chev. ar. on the upper- 
most, a flenr-de-lis az. 

Hide, [.\lbury, Herts.] ar. a chev. az. betw. three lozenges 
of the second ; on a chief gu. an eagle displ. or. 

Hide, [Herts.] or, a chev. hctw. three lozenges az.; on a 
chief gu. an eagle displ. of the held. — Crest, a cock's 
head az. combed and wattled gu. in the beak a j)ansey- 
flower ppr. 

Hide, [Herts.] gu. a saltier engr. or, and chief erm. 

Hide, or Hydcs, [Bore))lace, Kent] gu. a saltier or, betw. 
four bczeinls, a chief erm. — Crest, a unicorn's head ar. 
crined and armed or, gorged with a collar vaire, of the 
second and gu. 

Hide, [Dinton, Lane] az. a chev. betw. three lozenges or. 
— Crest, an eagle's head, erased, or, beaked sa. 

Hide, [Urnistou, Lane] Two coats; tirst, az. on a chev. 
Lct«'. three lozenges or, a mullet sa. ; second, ar. a wolf 
pass, of the second. 

Hide, [Lane] az. on a chev. betw. three lozenges or, a 
mullet sa. — Crest, an eagle, with wings endorsed, sa. 

Hide, [Lane] az. a fesse betw. three lozenges or. 

Hide, [Lane] ar. three lozenges sa. — Crest, a hawk's 
head, erased, or. 

Hide, [London] per pale, or and az. on a chev. engr. betw, 
three lozenges, all countcrchauged ; in the dexter side, 
as many guttecs d' eau, and iu the sinister, three ermine 
spots. — Crest, seven arrows, six in saltier, and one ia 
))ale, az. feathered and headed ar. enfdcd with an east- 
ern coronet or. 

Hide, [St. Katharine's, Midd. Cotijirmed 5 Aug. 1G37] 
az. on a chev. betw. three lozenges or, as many fleurs- 
de-lis gn. 

Hide, [Whetstone, Midd. Granted IGDl] erm. an eagle 
displ. ermines, debruised with a chev. engr. or, charged 
with three lozenges az.- — Crest, a demi eagle, displ. and 
erased, az. gorged with a collar ar. charged with lozen- 
ges or. 

Hide, [Norf.] or, a chev. betw. three lozenges az. ; on a 
chief gu. a saltier engr. betw. two martlets of the tirst. 

Hide, [.Stafls.] sa. a fesse betw. six martlets ar. 

Hide, [Staii's.] or, a chev. gii. betw. three mullets, piercecf, 
az. 

Hide, az. a chev. betw. three lions lamp. ar. (Another, 
or.) 

Hide, ar. three fusils sa. 

Hide, or, a chev. betw. three fusils gu. 

Hide, gu. on a saltier engr. or, live torteauxes, a chref emu 

Hide, az. a fesse betw. three fusils or. 

Hide, \KV chev. or and gu. three lozen.jes, counterchau- 
ged. 



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Hjders, .., on ground, in base, a liorse, current, ... — 

Crost, a «lieat-slicaf, banded. 
IIlDON, [Utvoiis.J gu. thri'e bezants, a label ar. 
Jlidon, gu. three bezants. 
HiET, ar. a lion ramp. sa. a chief indented, point in point, 

of tlie second and first. 
HlFFEKMAS, per ftsse, vert and gu.; on a fessc az. betw. 

tlircc crescents, in diicf, ar. a lion ])ass. guard, or. — 

Crest, an nnu, in armour, erect, holding in the gauntlet 

a broken sword ])pr. hilt and jionicl or. 
IIlGlJEN, per pale, az. and vert, a chev. betw. three bucks' 

heads, erased, or. — Crest, on a chapeau gu. a pha;nix, 

in flames, ppr. 
llU/dcu, per pale, az. and vert, a chev. betw. three bucks' 

heads or; on a chief ar. a tortcaux, betw. two leopards' 

heads of the first. 
Jlif/dcii. The same, adding on the tortcaux, a lion's head, 

erased, ar. 
IllGFORD, [.Salop] az. three bucks' heads, cabossed, or. 
Hit/ford, [^^ ore] vert, on a chev. betw. three bulls" heads 

or, as many mullets sa. 
Jligford, or IJkkford, vert, on a chev. betw. three bucks' 

heads, cabossed, or, as many mullets gu. 
UiGGA, and lIlGGAN, — Crest, a dove, holding an olive- 
branch in the beak, ppr. Motto, Peace. 
HiGGAT, [Sull".] gu. two bars ar. over all, a bend or, 

charged with three leopards' heads sa. 
Iliggat, gu. two bars ar. over all, on a bend or, three 

leopards' faces sa. — Crest, an anchor az. betw. two 

wings, endorsed, or. 
MiGGENs, [Bury, Suss.j ar. guttce sa.; on a fesse of (he 

second, three towers of the first. — Crest, out of a tower 

gu. a lion ramp, issuant, ar. 
HiGGiNKOTTOM, or HiGG ENBOTTOM, ar. a ro-se gn. 

barbed vert, seeded or. — Crest, a dexter and sinister arm 

shooting an arrow from a bow, all ppr. 
HiGGlNS, or IIlGGONS, [Hercf. and Shrewsbury] vert, 

three cranes' heads, erased, ar. — Crest, a gritlin's head, 

erased, or, gorged with a collar gn. 
Higgins, [Ireland] The same arnis. 
Uiggins, [Salo|>] ar. guttee de poix, a fesse sa. 
Jligyins, ar. guttee de poix ; on a fesse sa. three castles of 

the first. — Crest, a castle gu. Motto, Tuvcmus. 
HiGGINSON, [Ireland] or, on a fesse sa. a tower of the 

first. — Crest, on a chapeau, a dexter arm, in armour, 

enibowed and couped, hoUling a tilting spear, all jjpr. 

tied at the shoulders with a cord and tassels, or. 
IliggiHSoii. The same arms. — Crest, a tower. 
Higginsoii, [I\lilc-End, Midd. Granted 17t>4] vert, a chev. 

quarterly, or and gu. betw. two garbs, in chief, and a 

sun, in base, of the second. — Crest, a dexter hand, 

erect, betw. two stalks of wheal, flexed iu saltier, issuing 

from a human heart, all ppr. in the hand a book, shut, 

sa. garnished or. 
HiGGON, [Salop] vert, three doves' heads, erased, ppr. 
HiGGONS, [London] ar. guttee sa. ; on a fesse of the se- 
cond, three towers, double towered, or. — Crest, out of a 

tower, double towered, sa. a demi griflin ar. holding in 

the dexter paw a sword of the last, hilt and poniel or. 
Iliggons. See Higgins. 
IIlGGS, [Collesborne, Glouc] ar. a chev. betw. three 

bucks, conchant, gu. — Crest, a buck's head gu. attired 

or, pierced through the neck with an arrow, headed of 

the second, feathered ar. 



High AM, [Ceds.] paly of sis, ar. and az. on a thief ku. 
three escallops or. (Aiwt/irr, of tin' first.) . 

Ilighdin, [Stannard, Berks. ; I'.ssex ; and Suit.] sa. a fesse 
toinponee, or and az. betw. three horsi s' heads, erased, 
ar. — Crest, a horse's head, erased, ar. 

Iligham, [Higliam, Clus. and of Essex] thequy, or and 
sa. ; on a chief of the last, a lion pass, auard. of the 
first. — Crest, an arm, enibowed, in mail, grasping in the 
hand, all ppr. a sword ar. hilt and poniel or, round the 
arm a scarf of the last. 

Iligham, [Eastliam, Essex; Sutton, in the Isle of Ely ; 
Norf. ; and Sufi'.] sa. a fesse, counter-coni|)onee, or and 
az. betw. three horses' heads, erased, ar. — Crest, a nag's 
heail, erased, ar. 

Iligham, [Essex, and Cooling, Sufi'.] or, a chev. sa. ; over 
all, a bend engr. ar.- — Crest, a talbot pass. sa. collared 
and lined or; at the end of the line, a coil, or knot, of 
the same. 

Iligham, [Xorf.] per pale, or and vert, a cross fer de 
moline, gu. 

Highavi, [Echingham, Suss.] paly of six, or and az. ; on a 
chief sa. a lion pass, guard, of the first. — Crest, an arm, 
embowed, in armour, ppr. hoKling a broken sword ar. 
hilt or, tied rouud the arm with a sash of the first and 
gu. 

Higham, sa. a fesse checjuy, or and az. betw. three horses' 
heads, erased, ai. 

Higham, sa. a fesse chcquy, ar. and az. betw. three horses' 
beads, erased, or. 

Higham, ar. a lion ramp. sa. within an orle of cross cross- 
lets fitchee gu. 

Higliam, az. a bend, cottised, ar. 

Higham, ar. a lion ramp, within an orlc of cross crosskts 
fitchee sa. 

Higliam, ar. crusily, a lion ramp. sa. 

Higham, ar. a lion pass, reguard. sa. betw. six crosses pat- 
tee fitchee of the second. 

Higham, .., a chev. .. ; over all, a bend engr. az. 

IIiGiii'iF.LD, [Sufi".] gu. a chev. ar. betw. three acorns or. 

Highjitld, [Yorks.] gu. a chev. betw. three buckles, the 
tongues pendent, or. 

HiGHGATE, [Hayes, i\lidd.; and Reiidlcsbam, SufT.] gu. 
two bars ar. ; on a bend or, a toileaux betw. as nianv 
leopards' faces az. — Crest, a wolf's head, erased, gu. 

HiGHLORi). Sec Hei.i.arp. 

HiGiiMORE, [Strickland, Dors.] ar. a cross-bow betw. 
four moor-cocks sa. beaked and membered gu. — Crest, 
an arm, in armour, ppr. brandishing a falchion ar. hilt 
and pomel or, betw. two leading pikes goi. headed of the 
third. 

Highmorc, [Sherborn] The same arms. — Crest, a (albot's 
head, couped at the neck. 

HiGsoK, ar. three boars' heads, couped, in fesse, su. — 
Crest, a hand, couped, in fesse, charged with an eye 
ppr. 

HiKLiNGE, ar. three bars az.; on a chief of the last, as 
many lions' heads, erased, or. 

Hilary, ar. three tkurs-de-lis az. within an orle of eight 
crosslets fitchee sa. 

Hilary, ar. a fesse componfe, or and sa. 

IIlLnoRNE, [Kingsdon, Somers. Granted 1708] per sal- 
tier, gu. and or, two carbs, in |)ale, of the last, in fesse 
as many roses ppr.- — Crest, on a hill a sunflower ppr. 
betw. two cars of wheat, their sialks interlaced, or. 



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Hii.i>EJ"'"'^^''' [J'Ord Allington, Ireland] sa. a bend 

ciicr. bctw. six billots ar. 
IIii.DKKSHam, [Cainbr.] sa. a chev. betw. three crosses 
formeo llorv ( Aiwthcr, patonce) or. 

JJililinhani, [Molton, Suti'.] sa. a chev. cngr. or, betw. 
three ciiiquefoils of tile last, charged in tlie middle with 
a forteaux. 

Jlildrrsliam, [Suft'.J sa. a chev. betw. three cross crossiets 
or. 

]JilJei.<ham. The same arms. — Crest, a swan devouring 
a (ish ]ipr. 

JIlLUKSi.EY, or IIlLSLliY, [Briiiton Benani, and Oeking- 
bain, Berks.; Cronicrs, Gitlord, Oxoii ; and Kingston 
upon Thames, Surrey] ar. two bars gemclies sa. in chief 
three ogresses. — Crest, out of a mural coronet, a griffin's 
head and winos, endorsed, ar. 

lIlLUYARU, [Winestead and Sedbury House, Yorks.] az. 
a chev. ar. betw. three mullets or. — Crest, a cock sa. 
combed and wattled cu. 

mUhjard, az. three mullets or. 

Hll.lCKE, ar. a chief, indented, (Another, dancettec) sa. 

HlLlNG, or, a mullet within a bordnre sa. bezantee. 

IlilitHj. Sec nilli)if/. 

Iln.L, Mar(iucss of 'DOWNSHfRE, Earl and Viscount of 
Jlillsborough, 'Viscount Kilwarlin, and Baron Hill of Kil- 
warlin, in the Peerage of Ireland ; Earl of Hillsborough, 
Viscount Eairford, and Ikiron Harwich, in that of Eng- 
land ; and Hereditary Constable of Hill?boroui:h Fort. 
[Crcatinnx, Baron of Kilwarlin, and ^ isc. Hillsborough, 
21 Aiiff. 1717; ^'isc. Kilwarlin, and Eail of Hillsborough, 
3 Ocl. 17 Jl ; Baron Harwich, '20 Xov. 17o(); Aisc. Fair- 
ford, and F^arl Hillsborough, 12 .Ij/r/. 177"2 ; and Mar- 
quess, Mi Aug. 178!). li'r^ldeiiccs, Hillsborou2h, Down- 
shire; North Aston, Oxon ; Timwcslon, Bucks.; and 
Hill Park, Kent] sa. on a fcsse ar. betw. three leojiards 
pass, guard, or, spotted sa. as many escallops lu. — 
Crest, a rtiii-dcer's head, coiiped, au. attired aiul collared 
or. Supporters, dexter, a leopard or, spotted sa. ducallv 
gorged anil chained gu. ; sinister, a rein-deer gu. attired, 
ungulcd, and collared, or. Motto, I'cr Dentit ct fcrnim 
obi in III. 

Hill, Baron BERWICK, of Attingham, Salop. [Crenfioii, 
19 May, 1784. liaidcncc, Attingham House, near 
Shrewsbury. Town IJomc, 13, Grosvenor Square] quar- 
terly; first, erm. on a fesse sa. a castle with two towers, 
ar. on a canton gu. a martlet or, for Hill; second, or, 
fretty gu. a canton erm. for Nod ; third, ^u. on a chief, 
indented, sa. three maitlets or, for Lovcl'icc ; fourth, sa. 
a chev. betw. three leoj)ards' faces or, for Winlicorth. — 
Crest, a dcmi tower ar. a fawn, statant u]ion the battle- 
ments, ppr. collared and chained or. Supporters, dex- 
ter, a pep:asus ar. collared gu. thereon three martlets or ; 
sinister, a stag ppr. collared sa. thereon three leopards' 
faces, and chained or. Motto, Qui vli scif ei bona. 

Hill, Baroness SANDYS of Omher&ley, Wore, now Dow- 
ager iMarchioness of Downshire. [Created Baroness 
Sandys, 15 June, 1802, with remainder to her Lad\sliip's 
four younger sons by the late Marquess of Downshire, 
successively, and their male issue, and then to her eldest 
son, the present .Mar<piess. Residence, Onibcrsley-Court, 
Wore.] or, a fesse danctttee betw. three cross crossiets 
fitehee gu. Supporters, two griffins, per fesse, or and 
gu. collared dancettee of the last. 

JliLL, Baron HILL of Ahnnraz, and of Hawkestouc, Sa- 



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lop; ahd Jlaroii Hill of .\Iniaraz, and of Hawkestoiie and 
Hardwiike, in the same County, with remainder of the 
latter baronv to the issue male of his eldest late brother. 
[Creations, \\w former title, 17 Muii, ItlU; the latter. 
Mi Jan. ItiKj] crni. on a fesse sa. a castle, trijile-towered, 
ar. — Crest, a tower ar. from the battlements a chaplet 
of laurel pjir. Supporters, dexter, a lion ar. I'mrally 
crowned or, c:ort;c(l with a wreath of oak fructcd ppr. ; 
siinster, a hoise ar. bridled and saddled j)pr. nuirally 
gorged gu. Molto, Acance-. 

IIli.L, Bart. [Hawkestoiie, Salop, 20 Jan, 172G-7] erm. 
on a fesse sa. a castle, triple-towered, ar. — Crest, a lower 
ar. snrmountid with a garland of laurel jjpr. 

/////, [Beds.] sa. oil a fcsse betw. three cats pass, or, as 
many crosses moline of the field. 

Hill, [Bucks.] sa. on a fesse ar. betw. three mountain-cats 
or, a cross forinee of the first. 

Hill, [Bucks.] sa. on a fesse ar. betw. three ounces jiass. 
Ijuanl. or, as many escallops gu. 

Hill, [Bucks] sa. on a fesse ar. betw. three cats pass, 
guard, or, a cross inolinc enclosed by two escallops gu. 
— Crest, a goat's head jier ]iale indented, gu. and az. 
collared and armed or. 

//(//, [Helligan, Coriiw. ; Hants. ; Line. : and Somers.] gu. 
a saltier, vair, betw. four mullets ar. — Crest, a demi leo- 
paril ar. spotted of all colours, dncally gorged or. 

Hill, [Truro, Coiinv. ; Modburv, Devons. ; and I'rigstock, 
N.arap.] ar. a chev. betw. three water-bougets sa. — 
Crest, a dove ar. in the beak an olive-branch \crt. 

Hill, [Cornw.] gu. a chev. betw. three garbs erm. 

/////, [Ashbornc, Derb. ^r«;(/c(/ 1015] per chev. ar. and 
sa. three cinquefoils ccuntcichangeil. 

Hill, fTalliton, Devons.] gu. a saltier vair, betw. four 
mullets ar. 

Hill, [Gloiic] sa. on a chev. betw. three owls ar. witliin a 
bordiirc cngr. erm. as many mullets, jsierccd, gu. 

Hill, [Hill's End, Herts. ; London, and Finchley, .Midd.] 
per che\ . embattled, ar. and sa. three cinquefoils coun- 
terehaiigcd. — Crest, on a mount, a branch vert, with 
three cinquefoils ar. 

Hill, [Ireland. Granted in Ireland, IG .18] sa. on a chev. 
invecked, betw. three hear.s' heads, erased, ar. as many 
))cl!ets. — Crest, a greyhound, sejant, ar. collared az. 

//(//, [Iiehuid] erm. a inillrind, in pale, sa. piirced of the 
<i<'ld ; in the dexter chief point a swan, close, of tiie se- 
cond. — Crest, a lion ramp, guard, gu. holding in the 
dexter paw a sword pjir. 

//;'//, [Irelanl] ar. three mountains i?sning from tiic base, 
one in front and two behind, vert, on the to]) of each a 
cross Calvary gu. — Crest, three roses, stalked and leaved 
vert. 

Hill, [Lewishani, Kent] vert, three talbots ])ass. ar. — 
Crest, a stag's head, era.scd, ppr. hokliug in the mouth 
an aco;n-brauili vert, fructed or. 

//(//, [Kent] az. n chev. betw. three flcurs-dc-lis ar. 

Hill, [Kent and London] sa. a chev. betw. three lions 
)iass. cuard. crni. 

Hill, [Wye, Kent] sa. on a fe^sc betw. three leopards 
])ass. ar. as many escallojis gu. — Crest, a stags head, 
erased, jijir. 

Hill, [Line] per chev. ar. and sa. three cinquefoils coun- 
lercban^ed. 

Hill, [Lord Mayor of London, 1434] sa. a chev. erm. 
betw. three lions pass, guard, ar. 



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mil, [Lord Mayor of London, 1549 ; and of Salop] ;;u. 

two bars or, on a ^ant(jii s:i. a chev. ar. bcUv. tlirec 

plifons of the fourth, charge<l with a wolfs head, erased, 

bctw. two inullets nu. 
Hill, [London, Kilti] sa. a chev. erm. betw. three talbofs' 

heads, crastd, ar. — Crest, a talbot's licad, erased, ar. 

betw. two huirtl-branclii'S vert. 
Hill, [London] ar. an eaale displ. with two heads sa. ; on 

a chief of the seconrl, three loses of the first. 
Hill, [London] az. two bars ar. ; on a canton sa. a chev. 

bctw. three )>heons of the second. 
Hill, [London] az. two bars or, a canton sa. 
Hill, [London] sa. a chev. or, betw. three cats ar. 
Hill, [London] ar. on a chief sa. three roses of the first. 
Hill, [London] sa. a chev. crin. betw. three leopards' heads 

ar. 
Hill, [Tnddington, Midd.] The same arms. — Crest, a 

talbot's liead, conped, sa. guttce d'cau, gorged with a 

collar gn. rimmed and studded or. 
Hill, [Midd. and Rromsgrove, W ore] erm. a chev. cheqny, 

or and sa. — Crest, a talbot jiass. or, collared gti. 
Hill, [Hales, Norf.] gu. two bars erm.; in chief a lion 

pass, per pale, or and ar. — Crest, a boar's head and 

ueck sa. in the mouth a broken spear ppr. headed ar. 
Hill, [Yarnioutli and Ljiin, Norf.] gu. two bars erm. ; in 

chief a lion pass. or. — Crest, on a chapeau gu. turned 

lip erm. a dcmi lion pass, or, betw. two dragons' wings 

expanded, of the first, each charged with as many bars 

of the second. 
Hill, or Hull, [Sclvington, Salop] or, on a chief vert, three 
, bulls' heads, couped, of the first. — Crest, ou the horns 

of a crescent, vaire, or and az. a bull's head, erased, of 

the first. 
Hill, alias Jliile, [Parva-Draytou, Salop] az. an eagle displ. 

ar. over all a bend gu. 
Hill, [Ildiriijurgh, Scotland] az. the sun rising from behind 

a hill or. — Crest, a stag's head. Motto, Veritas supcr- 

abit. 
Hill, [Bridgcwater, Somcrs.] gu. a chev. engr. betw. three 

garbs ar. 
Hill, [Pounsford, Somers.] gu. a chev. betw. three garbs 

or, all \vithin a bordure ar. — Crest, an eagle, with wings 

expanded, pjir. in the beak an acoru, slipped, vert, fructed 

or. 
Hill [Pounsford and Taunton, Somers.] gu. a chev. erm. 

betw. three garbs or. — Crest, a dove, with wings ex- 
panded, ill th? beak an olive-branch, all ppr. 
Hill, [Taunton, Somers.] az. three dolphins, embowed, 

or; ou a chief of the last, as many hurts. ^Crest, asquir- 

lel, sejant, ar. collared and lined or. 
Hill, [Somers.] gu. a chev. engr. erm. betw. three garbs 

or. 
Hill, [Somers. and Suft".] gu. two bars or; in chief a lion 

pass. ar. 
Hill, [Somcrs. and Yorks.] gu. a chev. erm. betw. three 

garbs ar. 
Hill, alias //(///, [Littlepipe, Staff's. Granted 15G0] az. 
a chev. hetw. three fieurs-de-lis or, a canton of the last. 
— Crest, a lion ramji. ar. pierced throusxh the breast with 
a broken spear, in bend, ppr. the head gultee de sang. 
//)'//, [St. Edmonil's Bury, Suft'.] gu. two bars erm.; in 
chief a lion pass. or. — Crest, a boar's head, couped, sa. 
in the mouth an acorn or, leaved vert ; another acorn as 
(he last, stuck upon the head. 



Hill, sa. on a fesse ar. betw. three cats pa.«s. guard, or, s 
cross moline enclosed by two cocks, gu. — Crest, a buck's 
head, per pale, gu. and az. the nose or, collared of the 
last. 
//(//, az. two bars ar. on a quarter sa. a chev. betw. three 
plieons of the second, charged with a wolf's head, era- 
sed, betw. two mullets gu. — ^Crest, a wolf's head, erased, 
az. thereon two bars ar. in the mouth a trefoil, slipped, 
vert. 
Hill, ar. a chev. erm. betw. three watcr-bciigets gu. — 

Crest, a dove with an olive-branch ppr. 
Uill, sa. a chev. betw. three cats pass. a;uard. or. — Crest, 
on the body of a tree lyii'g, couped at the bottom, aud 
indented at the top, or, a falcon pjir. belled and beaked 
of the first. 
Hill, erm. a chev. componec, ar. and gu. — Crest, a talbot 

pass. ppr. collared gu. 
Hill, .. a bilile cNpanded, .,,tasselled .,, betw. three 
cherubs, with wings invcited, ... — Crest, on a mount, 
a chalice . ,, tiames issuant ppr. an i over it this motto, 
Libriim cvm lampade trado. Molto, below the arms. 
Sit Ivx circonsa supcrnc, ct liber erif liber vita. 
Hill, az. an eagle displ. ar. 
Hill, ar. a fesse bctw . six martlets gu. 
Hill, az. two bars ar. ; on a canton sa. a chev. of the se- 
cond, charged with a gritfin's head, erased, of the third, 
betw. two mullets gu. 
Hill, jier chev. ar. and sa. three cinquefoils counterchaiiged, 

pierced or. 
Hill, gu. on a chev. engr. erm. betw. three garbs ar. a 

cinquefoil of the first. 
Hill, az. an eagle displ. ar. membered or. 
Hill, erm. a chev. lozengy, gu. and or. 
Hill, az. a chev. ar. betu. three goats' heads, erased, of 

the second, armed or. 
Hill, sa. a chev. erm. betw. three mountain-cats pass. ar. 
Hill, gu. two bars, in chief a lion pass. or. 
Hill, sa. a chev. erm. betw. three cats pass, gaard. ar. 

(Another, or.) 
Hill, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three lozeng:es sa. 
//(//, erm. en a cross gu. a castle ar. 
HiLLAREY, and St. Hill.'IRY, sa. three leopards' heads 
jessant a fleur-de-lis ar. betw. nine crosslets fitchee of 
the second. 
Hii.i,.\RiE, ar. seniee of crosslets sa. three fleurs-de-lis of 
the last. — Crest, a gritfins head, holding in the beak a 
key, ppr. 
Hillary, Bart. [Danbury Place, Essex, 8 Nov. 180-3; 
since, also, of Piigg House, Yorks.] ar. three fleurs-de- 
lis sa. betw. six cross crosslets az. within a boidure of 
the second. — Crest, out of a mural crown gu. a cubit 
arm, armed ppr. the gauntlet hokling a cheval-tra]) or. 
Motto, Virtuti nihil invium. 
Hillary, [Leic] sa. crusily, three fleurs-de-lis w ithin a bor- 
dure engr. ar. 
Hillary, [Daver, Norf.] ar. a fesse, chequy, or and sa. 
(Another, of the first and sa.) in chief a mullet of the 
third. 
Hillary, [Norf.] ar. a fesse, countcr-componee, or and 

gu. 
Hillary, [Hadley, Su.1'.] ar. a fesse, counter-couiponee, or 

and gu. in chief a mullet sa. 
Hillary, ar. three tlenrs-de-lis az. betw. seven cross cross- 
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l/illary, nr. sem(-c of cross crosslets sa. three fleurs-de-lis 

„f liie last. 
JJiUari/, ar. three fleurs-de-h's betw. niue cross crosslets 

litciioe sa. 
jjillary, sa. three cross crosslets, two and one, and five 

lloiirs<le-lis ar. one, two, and two. 
Hillary, ar. scni6e of cross crosslets sa. three flturs-de-lis, 

of the last, within a hordure gii. 
Hillary, ar. six cross crosslets fitchee sa. three, two, and 

one. 
Hillary. See HiUiard. 
illLLE, ar. a fessc betw. six martlets gu. 
Ifll.i.EREV, sa, six crosses pattee fitchee ar. 
Jlil,l,Ei;.si)r.N, [Hoclyfe, Beds. Granted \-jQG] ar. on a 

chcv. within a bordure engr. sa. three bulls' heads, ca- 

bossed, of the first. — Crest, a squirrel, sejant, ppr. col- 
lared, and cracking a nut or. 
Jlilkrsden, [Mnnlcy, Devons.] ar. on a chev. sa. three 

bulls' beads, cabossed, of the first. — Crest, a squirrel, 

sejant, p)ir. cracking; a nut or. 
liiLLERSDON. The same arms, the bulls' heads armed 

or. 
HiLLESDON, [Elstow, IJeds. ; and Devons.] ar. ou a chev. 

sa. three bulls' heads, cabossed, of the first. 
Hilh'sdnn, or HiUcsford, [Devons.] ar. ou a chcv. sa. 

three bulls' heads, cabossed of the field, armed or. — 

Crest, a squirrel, sejant, ppr. cracking a nut or. 
Hi HEY, ar. a fesse sa. betw. six martlets gu. 
HlLLIAR, or Hjllyar, quarterly, emi. and gu. ; on the 

first and fourth, a crescent of the second. — Crest, a 

harp or. 
HiLLlAF.D, [Durham] az. a chev. ar. betw. three nndlets 

of the second. — Crest, a cock sa. combed, legged, and 

beaked gu. 
HiUiard, [Marlborough, and of Holderness, Patriiigton, 

and To_\bted, Yoiks] az. a chev. ar. betw. three mullets 

or. — Crest, a cock sa. combed, legged, and watlled, nu. 
nUliard, or Hillary, [Warw. ; and Maringe, Vorks.] ar. 

three fUurs-de-lis az. betw. six cross crosslets fitchee sa. 

a crescent gu. for difl". — Crest, a cubit arm, erect, in 

armour ppr. holding in the gauntlet a caltra)) ar. round 

the arm a sash \ert. 
HiUiard, [Vorks.] sa. a chcv. betw. three mullets of six 

points ar. 
HiUiard, az. a cross moliue betw. four mullets or. — Crest, 

au arm, cmbowed, in armour, grasping in the hand a 

spear, all ppr. 
HiUiard, ar. a cross crosslet fitchee sa. betw. three flcuis- 

de-lis gu. 
HiUiard, az. three mullets or. 
HiLLicK. See Hillock. 
HlLLlER, az. a chev. betw. three mullets or. — Crest, a 

cock ar. 
Hilling, or Hiling, or, a mullet sa. pierced of the first, 

within a bordure of the .second, bezantee. 
HiUinrj, or, on a mullet sa. an annulet of the first, all with- 
in a bordure of the second, bezantee. 
Hi LUNGE, paly of six, sa. and or, two lozenges, in pale, 

counterchanged. 
Hillings, per pale, sa. and or, tv\o lozenges, counler- 

cLanged. 
Hii.LioN, [Essex] or, three lions ramj). sa. 
HiUion, gu. a fesse betw. two frets ar. 
Hillion, gu. a fesse or, betw. two frets ar. 



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IIiLLis, per pale, or and gu. a lion pass. ar. 

lllLLMAN, gu. on a bend cottiscd or, three roses of the 
tuld, scfded of the second, barbed vert. — Crest, a demi 
eagle «iih wings displ. or, holding in the beak a rose 
gu. stalked an.t leaved vert. 

Hillock, or Hili.ick, ar. a chief indented sa. 

UiUiick. The same arms. — Crest, a pheoa az. betw. two 
wings ppr. out of the pheon a branch of laurel vert. 

HiLLON, ar. on a canton sa. three ducal coronets, in bend, 
or. 

Hills, [late Astcll, of Colne-Park, Essex] erm. on a fesse 
sa. a castle with two turrets ppr. — Crest, a castle, as in 
the arms. 

//(//<, [London. Granted 15 March, 1580] sa. a chev. 
or, betw. three cats pass. ar. 

Hilts, ar. a cross betw. four crescents az. a chief of the 
last. — Crest, a horse, current, gu. in the mouth a bro- 
ken spear's head, sa. 

HiLi.soN, ar. a cross couped betw. four pheous az.- ■ 
Crest, a bull's bead, erased, ... Mutlo, Courage. 

HllLTON, [Suss.] ar. two bars az. — Crest, a Moses's lie.ad, 
affrontec, coujjcd at the shoulders, illumiried ppr. Mot- 
to, Tan que jc peive. 

liiLLUM, ar. a ciicv. betw. three billets sa. 

Hilly, or Illkv, erm. two chev. sa. 

IllI.I.YAR. See HiLLIAR. 

Iln.LYARD, az. three mullets or. 

HiLLYER, [Devons. and Oxon] ar. a bordure engr. giL ; 

on a chief az. three mullets or. 
Hn.MiNGHAM, [Suft'.] az. a saltier erm. betw. four eagles 

displ. ar. — Crest, a leopard, sejant, erm. collared ... 

IJlLSLKY. See HiLDESLEY. 

HiLTOFT, [Boston, Line] or, on a chev. gu. betw. three 
fieursde-lis vert, as many maitlets ar. 

Hillojt, [Line] ar. ou a chev. betw. three fleurs-de-lis 
vert, as many martlets or. 

Hiltuff, or Hitlnfte, ar. an eagle, rising, sa. armed or. 

Hilton, or Hvlton, [Hilton Castle, Durham, 1328] ar. 
two bars az. — Crest, on a close helmet, Moses's head, in 
prolile, glorified, adorned with a rich diapered mantle, 
all ppr. ( Anntlicr crest or cogni:ance, a stag, couchant, 
ducally gorged and chained or.) Supporters, two lions 
az.; anciently, two conies and two stags were used as 
supporters. 

Hilton, [D>ons, Durham] gu. on a bend ar. cottiscd or, 
three uiartlcts sa. 

Hilton, [Durham, 1172] .., a demi lion pass. ... 

Hilliiu, [Lane, anil Line] ar. two bars az. 

Hilton, [Lane, and Yorks.] ar. a lion ramp. gu. crowned 
or. 

Hilton, [N.urid).] ar. three chapkts gn. 

Jiillon, [Rea-liall, Stall'>.] The same as of Hilton Castle, 
Durham. 

Hilton, [Wcstm.] sa. three mullets, in base, and two sal- 
tiers, in chief, ar. 

Hilton, az. tuo bars ar. — Crest, a hand, vested, harry, ar. 
and sa. holding a holly-branch ppr. 

Hilton, or, a t hli f, connter-coinponee, erm. and az. 

Hilton, sa. three salliers ar. 

Hilton, az. two bars ar. in chief as many mullets or. 

lliMKR, ar. a cross-bow sa. betw. four cocks gu. 

Him es, az. a chief or, over all a lion ramp, of the second. 

HiNCHANT, az. three lions' heads, erased, ar. ducally 
crowned or. 



II I N 

HlNCHLEY, or, two piles gii.- — Crest, a lcoi)arii, coucliant, 

• ppr. . ■ ^ . 

Ilinchley, or, two piles cu. a label ot five points az. 

Iliiichlcy, ar. t«o ]>ak's ^crt, a chief sa. 

Hinclilcy, paly of six, or ami gu. 

HlNCHLlFi', [Loiiiloii] or, a wivcrn betw. three fleurs-de- 
lis vert.' 

HiNCH.M AN, ar. a ehev. hetw. three bugle-horns sa. stiiiig- 
C(J gu. ; on a chief of the second, as lunny lions rarnp. of 
the first.- — Crest, a denii lion rani)), ar. holding a bugle- 
horn, as ill the arms. 

Uincltvtan. See Ilcncliman. 

lIliNcmn, sa. a fes.sc checpiy, or and az. betw. three hor- 
ses' heads, erased, ar. 

lIlNCKES, IJiNCKS, or IIlNKS, palv of six. Grand az.; on 
a chief of the last, three annulets of the first. — Crest, a 
hand hold in;! a scorpion ppr. 

IIlNCKl.ILV. SccHlNKLEY. 

HiNCKS, [Ireland] vert, U\o lions' heads, erased, in pale, 
betw. as many palets ar. a chief or. — Crest, a denii che- 
• valicr lioldinrr in the dexter hand a scimitar ppr. 

Hincks. See Ilinks. 

Hind, [Kent] ar. on a cliev. gu. betw. three goats' heads 
az. collared and attired or, as many lozenges of the 
first; on a chief sa. a lion pass, guard, of the fourth. — 
Crest, a grirtin's head, coujied, betw. two wings, . ,, col- 
lared, and charged on the breast with an escallo|>. 

Hind, [London] ar. on a chev. sa. three escallops of the 
first; on a chief az. a lion pass, of the field. 

Hind, [London] Same amis as Uinde, London, 1st.- — 
Crest, a hind's head, couped, ppr. collared or, holding 
in his month a rose gu. stalked and leaved vert. 

Hind, [Mayor of Callais, ]o-j7] ar. on a chev. gu. betw. 
three talbots jiass. sa. collared or, as many bezants. — 
Crest, a dcnii hound ar. collared sa. holding betw. his 
paws a key or, ward upwards. 

Hind, gu. a chev. betw. three hinds or. — Crest, a cocka- 
trice, or, on the trunk of a tree, rajuled, ar. 

Hind.. The same arms. — Crest, an ensign, in full ilress, 
with cocked hat, holding the union standard of Britain, 
all ppr. 

Hind, az. a fesse betw. three lozenges ar. 

HiNBE, Edv/ard, Esq. [Bishojiwcamiouth, Durham] ar. 
a chev. betw. three eseallojis az. ; on a chief of the se- 
cond, a lion pass, of the first. — Crest, a demi pegasus 
ar. maned or, holding a s\vord of the first, hilt anil ))oiuel 
of the second. Motto, Tuticm te robore reddain. 

(A Subscriber) 

Hinde, [Hodgcworth, Bucks.; and Laxton, Notts. Granted 
1583] gu. a chev. betw. three hinds, trippant, or. — 
Crest, out of a ducal coronet ar. a cockatrice, volant, or. 

Hinde, [Cambr.] sa. three hinds' heads, erased, ar. 

Hinde, [Cambr.] ar. a chev. betw. three lozenges or; on 
a chief of the second, a lion pass. erin. 

Hinde, [Cambr.] ar. a chev. gu. betw. three goats' heads, 
erased, az. attired and collared or, charged with as many 
lozenges of the last; on a chief sa. a lion pass, guard, 
erm. 

Hinde, [Lane] The same arms ami crest as of Durham. 

Hinde, [Loudon] gu. on a chev. betw. three hinds, tri))- 
paiit, or, a lion's head, erased, az. betw. two huits, each 
charged with a fieur-dc-lis of the second. 

Hinde, [Lmulon] per chev. or and sa. three plicous couu- 
terchanged. 



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Hinde, [E\elith, Salo]i] ar. on a chev. betw. three escal- 
lops uz. as manv escallops of the first; a chief of the 
second, charged with a lion pass, of the field. — Crest, a 
lion's head, erasid, ar. 

Hinde, ar. on u chev. az. three escallops of the field ; on 
a chief of the second, a lion pass, of the first. — Crest, 
as the last. 

Hinde, ar. on a chev. betw. three goats' heads, erased, gu. 
collared or, as many lozenges of the third ; a chief of 
the second, charged with a lion jiass. of the first. 

Hinde, or Jlynde, sa. a jielican in her nest, feeding her 
young ones, ar. 

Hinde. See Hinde. 

lIiMiKSToN, [Devons.] f:u. a naked arm, couped, hold- 
ing a battle-axe ar. 

HiNDi.EY, — Crest, an arm, in armour, erased, fesseways, 
holding a scimitar, in )vde, enfilcd with a boar's head, 
couped. 

HlNUMAKCn, gu. on a mound vert, a hind, couchant, ar. 
— Crest and motto as Hindntursh. 

HiNDMAKSii, or Hendmahsu, [Kent] ar. a lion vert, 
tail forked, crowned or. 

Hindmarah, Hendmarsh, and llyndmarsh, [Scotland] The 
same arras. — Crest, a denii lion ramj). Motto, Nil nisi 
patria. 

Hindmarsli, ar. a lion ramp, guard, vert, crowned or. 

HiNDSEY, gu. an inescutcheon, voided, ar. 

lilNES, [Ireland] az. on a bend or, three crescents gu. — ■ 
Crest, a plough ))pr. 

IltNGHAM, [Norf.] per fesse, or and vert, a millrind gu. 

Hinghom. The same arms. — Crest, a horse's bead, fur- 
nished with cart harness, ppr. 

Hinyham, [Sull.] quarterly, or and gu. a bordure cngr. sa. 
escallupee ar. 

Hinyltam, per pale, or and vert, a cross fourcliee gu. 

Hingham, ar. a leopard, coward, pass, resnard. sa. betw. 
six cross crosslets fitehec su. 

HiNKLEY, [dies.] gn. a chev. cngr. ar. per pale, erm. 
and az. 

Hinkley, or Hinckley, per pale indented, ar. and gu. — 
Crest, on a ducal coronet or, a star of twelve points jipr. 

Hli\K),Y, gu. a pale or. 

HiNKPENN, gu. two bars gemelles or, a chief, indented, 
erm. 

HiNKS, or Hincks, [London] or, a saltier gu.; on a chief 
of the second, three lions' heads, erased, ar. — Crest, a 
lion's h.eati, erased, or, betw. two wiugs ar. 

Ilinks. See Hinekes. 

HlNSHAM, [London] az. on a saltier engr. ar. five mart- 
lets sa. 

Ilir.soN, [Devons. and Glouc] az. a chev. bctsv. three 
suns or. 

Hinson, [Fuiliam, Midd.] az. a chev. betw. three suns or, 
all within a bordure erm. — Crest, a fleur-de-lis, per pale, 
erm. and az. 

HiNSTOCK, sa. a chev. erm. betw. three lions ramp. ar. 

HiiN'STOKE, sa. a chev. erm. betw. three lions ramp. ar. 
cro\vned or. 

HiN.STON, [Devons.] gu. an armed hand holding a battle- 
axe ar. 

HlNTlNGJi, az. ten plates, four, three two, and one. 

HiNTOX, [South Dcnchworth and Kintrston-Lyolcy, Berks. 
and Saloji] per i'esse indented, ar. and sa. six lleurs-dc-lis 
counterchanged. 



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llmton, (I'.orks.] The same arras. — Crest, an eagle's Ice:, 
i-rasc'il, encircled by a serpent ppr. 

Jlmloii, [Ctinil).] per fcs^e indented, sa. and or, i-ix fleurs- 
de-lis, counterelian^ed, ar. and sa. 

/Union, [Deib. and Deverel-Langbridge, Dors.] vert, a 
bend or. 

Jliiilim, [K^scx] vert, a bend ar. 

Ilmton, [Hintoii] per fcsse indented, sa. and ar. six fleurs- 
de-lis, eountcrclianged. 

llinlon, [Salop] ar. on a bend sa. three martlets of the 
^•,^1,1. — Crest, the i)a¥chal lamb ar. glory or, carrying a 
banner of the first, charged ^vith a cross gu. 

Jlintuii, crni. on a chev. sa. Jive martlets ar. 

J/atloit, gu. on a bend ar. cotti^eil or, three martlets sa. 

Jlinion, per fcsse indented, sa. and or; on a chief ar. two 
tleurs-de-lis of the first. 

Jliuton, per fesse indented, sa. and or ; in chief three fleurs- 
de-lis ar. 

Jlinton, per fesse indented, sa. and or, six fleurs-de-lis coun- 
tcrchanged. 

HiPKiss, per fesse nebulee, gu. and ar. three martlets 
conntcrchanged. — Crest, a sphinx guard, with wings en- 
dorsed, p|)r. 

HiPi'r.usLEY, sa. three mullets, pierced, or, bctw. two 
bcndlets of the second. — Crest, a fawn's head pi>v. col- 
lared sa. charged with three mullets, ])ierccd, or. 

IIirPESLEV, or lllPPEKSLEY, [Camclcigh, Somers. 
Granted, by Pufcnt, 150-1] sa. three mullets bctw. two 
bcndlets or. — Crest, a hind's head, erased, or, gorged 
with a collar sa. charged with three mullets of tlie first. 

lllPPISLEY, Bart. [Warfield Grove, Berks. 30 April, 1700. 
licsidenccs, Stoneaston House, -Somers. aud Castle l/ouse. 
West Cowes, Isle of Wight. Town House, 17, Grosvenor 
Street. Granted by letters patent of His Serene Jligli- 
ncss the Duke of Wurtcmbury, and confirmed by His 
Majesty^s Siyu Manual, 7 July, 1797 ; registered in the 
College of Arms.^ quarterly; first and fourth, sa. three 
mullets bctw. tuo bendlets or, in the sinister chief point 
a bezant, for JJijjpisley ; second, quarterly, gu. and veit, 
four bezants, for Cnxe ; third, sa. three escallops, in bend, 
ar. for ^^ebbe, of Clifibrd. — Crest, out of a ducal coro- 
net or, a hind's head, erased, sa. gorged with a collar 
gold. Supporters, on each side an eagle rcguard. sa. 
wings expanded, pean, beaked and membered or, on the 
breast, pendent by a chain from the neck, gold, a shield, 
thereou the arms of Wurteniburr, viz. or, three stags' 
horns, barways, sa. Motto, Aniicitice virtutisque ficdus: 
the inscription of the great Order of Wuitemburg. The 
family motto is. Nun mihi, sed patria-. 

HiPSLEY, [Hackney and Bushy Park, Midu.] oi, three 
mullets betw. two bendlets sa. — Crest, a hind's head or, 
gorged with a bargemelle sa. 
Hipslcy, [Somers.] sa. three nuillets or, betw. two bcnd- 
lets of the last. 
HiRDBEARTH, [Scotland] ar. on a fesse, bctw. six crosses, 
couped, gu. a canton az. charged with a sword of the 
lirst, liilt and poinel or. 
HiK.ME, [Hyvcringland, Norf.] or, three bars gcnielks 
gu. ; on a canton ar. fise lozenges, in saltier, of the se- 
cond. — Crest, a talbot pass. sa. collared and liiiid or, 
the line coiled at the end. 
HlusT, 0?- lllRSTE, gn. on a chief, indented, ar. three 
annulets az. — Crest, a hand cutting a feather with a 
seiuiitar, ci);;r. on th.e back. 
Hiiiro.N', [of that Ilk] ar. three annulets gu. 



HiKWAHD, ar. a cross crosslet su. 

Hisi.op, Uart. [Tothill, l)e%ons. 2 Nov. 181.3. Toicn 
IIuii>.r, -l.>, l'r\aiistone Si)uare] ar. on a mount vert, a 
buck, couchani, nr, under a tree ppr. ; on a chief az. a 
lion pass, regnard. ar. behiuil a mountain vert. — Crests, 
first, a chevalier on Imrsebaek, at full speed, brandishing 
a sword in his dexter hind, )ipr. ; second, out of a mu- 
ral coronet, a biu k's head, couped, ))j)r. 

Hislcip, or JJisliipc, [Scotland] ar. on a ground, in base, 
a stag lodued betw. two trees vert ; in chief, three cres- 
cents ... — Crest, a dexter hand gu. holding a pistol 6a. 
barrel and lock az. 

Hislop. .See Heslop. 

Hitch, or Hithe, [Kempton, Beds.; and V\'endlcbury, 
O.xon] or, a bend vair, betw. two cottises, indented, sa. 
— Crest, an anteloi)e's head, erased, sa. tufted, armed, 
and mailed, or, vnlned thronsh the neck with a bird-bolt 
of the last, leathered ar. holding the end in the mouth. 

Hitch, [Wore] per fesse, or and sa. three eloiles counter- 
changed. 

HiTCHAM, [C'(in/irmcd 1001] gu. on a chief or, three tov- 
teanxes. 

Hitchcock, [Presthut, Wilts.] ar. on a cross az. five 
fleurs-de-lis or ; in the dexter chief quarter, a lion ramp, 
gu. — Crest, a lion'* head, erased, or, in the mouth a 
round buckle ar. 

Hitchcock, gu. a chev. ai. betw. three alligators ... — 
Crest, an alliu:atoi , . . 

HiTCHlNS, [Oxon] sa. a castle ar. — Crest, a castle ar. 

Hilckins, or Hiteknxs. The same arms. — Crest, out oi a 
mural coronet a garb, on the top a bird, perched, ppr. 

Hitchins, ar. a cross ilory, quarterly, gu. and az. betw. 
four lions' heads, era-ed sa. — Crest, on p.a heraldic rose, 
placed horizontally, g'l. barbed vert, a lion's bead, era- 
sed, or. ' 

HiTFlELU. See llATFILLn. 

. HlTFORD, vert, a chev. betw. three bucks' heads, cabos- 
i sed, or. 

I HiTHE. Sec Hitch. 

j HlxoN, [Canibr. ; and Greenwich, Kent. Confirmed 1017] 
i or, two eagles' legs, craseil, in saltier, sa. 
j HiZAJi, ar. a lion pass, reguard. sa. betw. six crosses pat- 
! tee fitchee of the second. 
HizARD, ar. a lion pass, coward sa.; in chief across for- 

mee fitchee gn. 
HoADl.EY, [Granted \'ilo'] az. a pelican or, vulning i!-i 
breast ppr.— Crest, on a terrestrial orb or, a dove with 
wings expanded, holding in the beak an olive-branch 
ppiC 
Hoar, quarterly, .sa. and gu. overall an eagle displ. with 
two heads ar. within a bordure invecked, counterehancred. 
— Crest, an eacle's head, erased, ar. charscd with three 
ermine spots, pendent from the beak au annulet. 
Hoar. The same arms as Hoare of Glouc. — Crest, a fci^if 

current, ))pr. 
Hoar. See Hofire. 

Hoard, per fesse, or and ar. in chief a cornish chon^b 
sa. — Crest, a lamb ppr. holding a flag gu. charged with 
a saltier ar. 
HoARE, Bart. [Rarn-Elms, Surrey, 10 June, 178G; since 
of Stourhcad, W ilts.] sa. au eagle displ. with two heads 
ar. charged on the breast with an ermine spot, a bonlure 
of the second. — Crest, an eagle's head, erased, ar. ch.ar- 
ged with an ermine sjiot. 

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HOB 



HOB 



Houre, or Ilore, [Glouc] sa. an eagle displ. within a bor- 
durc eiigr. ar. — Crest, au eagle's head, erased, sa. gor- 
ged with a bar gemelle or. 
Hoarc, [Twjford, Hants.] The same arms and crest as 

Hoar, 1st". 
Jlonrc, [Ireland] ar. an eagle displ. with two necks sa. — 
Crest, a stag's liead guard, gu. ducally gorged and attired 
or. 
Hoarc, [Lord Mayor of London, 171;)] sa. an eagle displ. 
with two heads, within a bordure engr. ar. — Crest, as 
Ho A RE, Bart. 
Hoarc, [Edmonton, Midd. and the Middle Temple, Lon- 
don] The same arms. 
Hoare, or Hoar, [Midd.] ar. an eagle displ. with two 
uecks, within a bordure engr. sa. — Crest, a deer's head, 
erased. 
Hoarc, [.Surrey] sa. an eagle displ. with two heads ar. 
charged on the breast «ith an ermine spot of the first, 
within a bordure engr. of the second. — Crcvt, an eagle's 
head and neck, erased, ar. charged with an ermine spot. 
(Another crest, a stag's head, erased, ar. attired ppr.) 
HoAST, [London] az. a bull's head, couped, ar. winged 

and armed or. 
HoATH, [Ireland] gu. two swords, in saltier, betw. four 

cinqucfoils ar. 
Heath, gu. two swords, in saltier, ar. hilts and pomcis or, 

betw. four roses of the second. 
HoBART Hampden, Earl of BUCKINGHAMSHIRE, 
Baron Hobart of Blickliiig, and a Baronet. \Crcatioiis, 
• Bart. 22 Maij, 1611; Baron, 28 iMay, 17-28 ; and Earl, 
5 Sept. 17JG. Besidencc, Roeharapton, Surrey. Tou-n 
Hovsc, .St. James's Square] quarterly; first and fourth, 
ar. a saltier eu. betw. four eagles displ. az. for Hampden ; 
second and third, sa. an ctoile of eight rays or, betw. two 
flauDches eini. for Hobart .—Creats, first, a talbot, .sta- 
tant, erni. collared, ringed, and lined, su. the end of the 
line tied in a knot over the back, for Hampden ; second, 
a bull pass, per pale, sa. and gu. bezantee, in the nose 
a ring or, for Hobart. Sup))Orters, dexter, a stag ; si- 
nister, a talbot, both ppr. and rcguard. each gorsed with 
a radiant collar, and lined or. Motto, Aitctor preliosa 
facit. 
Hobart, or Huhart, [Calais] az. a chev. betw. three swans 

heads, erased, ar. ducallv gorged gi>. 
Hobart, [Blickinge and Intwood, Norf.] sa. an ctoile of 
eight points or, betw. two (launches erni. — Crest, a bull 
pass, per pale, sa. and gu. bezantee, in the nostrils an 
annulet or. (Another crest, a bull's head, couped, sa. 
scm6e of etoiics or.) 
Hobart, [Sufi.] sa. an etoile of six points or, betw. two 

flaunches erra. 
Hobart, sa. three fleurs-de-lis ar. 

HoBBEHTHORNE, [Line. Lord iNIayor of London, 1546] 

sa. a niascle w ithiu a double tressure flory countertlory ar. 

HoBBES, [Sarum, Wilts.] sa. on a chev. or, betw. three 

swans ar. as many lions' heads, erased, of the field. 
Hobbcs. The same arms. — Crest, betw. the horns of a 

crescent ar. an etoile or, all betw. two wintjs gu. 
HOBUINS, [Redmarsley, Heref.] or, a chev. betw. three 

castles, triple-towered, gu. 
Hobbins. The same arms. — Crest, a stag's head, issuant, 

ppr. 
HoBRS, [West \\ ickham, Bucks.] ar. a three-legged tri- 
vet sa. 



Hobbs, [Ireland] sa. on a chief ar. three storks of the first* 
- — Crest, an arrow gu. point downwards, and feathered 
or, a palm-branch, in saltier, vert. 
Hobbs, [Midd.] gu. a chev. engr. betw. three fishes naiant 
ar. ; on a chief of the second, as nianv herons sa. mem- 
bered and beaked of the first. — Crest, a dcmi heron, 
volant, sa. beaked gu. holding in the beak a fish ar. 
Hobbs, [Stoke-Cnissy, Somcrs.] sa. tliree escutcheons or, 
each charged with an eagle displ. of the field. — Crest, a 
<lemi tiger az. arme<l, mancd, and tufted, ar. pierced 
through the body with a broken spear or, headed of the 
second, vulned o!i the shoulder gu. the spear entering the 
breast and coming out at the shoulder. 
Hobbs, [Tooling, Surrey] ar. a bend wavy az. betw. two 
falcons, close, ppr. beaked, letu'ed, and belled, or. — 
Crest, on a dexter glove, lying tesseways, ar. a falcon as 
in the arnjs. 
Hobby, [Herts.] ar. on a chev. embattled, betw. three 

hawks az. as many roses or. 
Hobby, [Kent. Granted G June, 1-580] ar. a fe.=se sa. 
betw. three hawks ppr. belled and jessed or. — Crest, a 
tiger ramp, reguard. ar. 
Hobby, ar. a fesse betw. three martlets sa. 
Hobby, ar. three spindles gu. 
Hobby, or Hobvsh, gu. three fusils, in fesse, ar. 
Hobby. See Hoby. 
HoBECK, [Witkingham, Norf. Granted June, XQX'i} ar. 

on a saltier vert, seven escallops of the first. 
HoBEFD, or HOBERT, ar. three fleurs-de-lis sa. — Crest, 

a demi lion gu. 
HoBHOl'SE, Bart. [Weslbnry College, Glouc. and Chan- 
try House, Wilt^. '22 Dec. 1812; since, also, of Wbelton 
Park, Midd. Toa-n House, 42, Berkeley Square] per 
pale, az. and gu. three crescents ar. issuant therefrom 
as many etoiles irradiated or. — Crest, out of a nniral 
crown, per pale, az. aiid gu. a crescent and etoile as in 
the arms. Motto, Spcs vita ynclioris. 
Hobhovse, [Somcrs.] az. three crescents ar. betw. the horns 
of each a mullet of six j)oints of the last. — Crest, a 
griflin, sejant, ppr. 
HoBlLDER, or HoBll.DOD, ar. on a bend gu. three mart- 
lets or, within a bordure of the second. 
HoEiLLiON, [London] ar. three hop-poles sustaining their 

fruit ppr. 
HoBLE, az. on a fesse betw. six acorns or, as many roses 

gu. 

IIoBi.ETHORNE, [London] Same as Hobberthokne. 

HoBLETHVVAYTE, [Sedbergli, Yorks.] ar. two pales az. 

on a canton or, a mullet sa. jiierced gu. — Crest, out of 

a ducal coronet or, a demi wolf erm. 

HoBEYN, [Manswedon, Cornw.] az. a fesse or, betw. twO' 

flaunches erm. 
Hoblyn, [Nanswydden, Cornw.j ar. a fesse gu. betw. two 

flaunches erni.— Crest, a tower ar. 
HoBSON, [Merington, Durham. Confirmed 16 Jan. 16-37] 
ar. a chev. az. betw. three hurls, a chief of the second. 
Hobson, [Wingwood, Isle of Wight] ar. on a chev. engr. 
az. betw. three torteauxes, as many cinquefoils of the 
field, a chief chequy, or and a./.. 
Hobson, [Spahling, Line.] sa. a cinquefoil erm. a chief 
chequy, or and az. — Crest, a |)anther's head, erased, 
and auaid. ppr. issuing fire t'rom the mouth and ears, 
goiged with a collar, chequy, or and az. 
Hobson, [Marylcbonc Park, Midd.] ar. on a chev, az. 



HOD 



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Ulw. llircc torfcauxes, as many cioquefoils of the first, a 

<liicf, cliequy, or and of tl>e second. 
llvKiiiH, [Cliiclicslcr, Suss.] ar. on a clicv. engr. az. betw. 

\\\:ce torfeanxcs, ns many cinqucfoils of the field. — 

I'rrsI, a leopard's head ar. setnee of tnrteauxcs. 
ll^mn, [Shipley) Suss.] ar. a chev. betw. three leopards' 

I'.KVS uz. 

l/i,h<y", ar. a chev. cngr. az. betw. four lozenges gu. each 
charged with a cross or. 

Ilolifoit, ar. on a chev. az. betw. three torteauses, as many 
liiKjticfoils or. 

lloPL'KNE, gu. seniee of cross crosslets ar. a lion ramp, 
or. 

IIoui'RY, gu. a lion pass, or, betw. eight cross crosslets 
fitchee ar. 

IJoburq, gu. a lion ramp, within an orle of cross crosslets 
fitchee ar. 

llonusii, gu. three fusils, in fesse, ar. — ^rest, a Savage's 
head atl'rontee, couped at the shoulders ppr. vested gii. 
on the head three ostrich's feathers ar. out of a ducal 
coronet or. 

lIoiiY, [Risham, Berks.; and Kent] ar. three fusils, in 
fcssc, RU. 

Jhiby. The same arms. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet, a 
fish's head ppr. 

Jlobtj, or Hobby, [Neath Abbey, Glamorganshire ; and 
Evsicr, Wore] ar. three fusils upon slippers gu. — Crest, 
on a thapeau gu. turiitd up erm. a tiger ramp. ar. 

Jlobi/, [Lelc] az. a bend betw. six niuilcis or. 

Iluby, [Leic ] az. a pale betw. six mullets or. 

Ifobij, az. three hautboys ar. 

Jlobtj, ar. on a fesse gu. three quills of yarn or. 

Hor.YN, ar. a hart pass., ppr. attired or. 

llociD, [Scotland] gu. a dexter hand, couped, fesseways, 
betw. two mullets, pierced, in fesse, of six points, ar. 

HoCKIN, [Ly<lford, Devons. Granted 17'J4] per fesse 
wavy, gu. and az. a lion pass, guard, or, heneath the 
feet a musket, lying horizontally, ppr. semee of fleurs- 
de-lis, confusedly disjjerscd, of the third. — Crest, on a 
rock a sea-gull, rising, all ppr. Motto, Hoc. in loco 
Deus rx(pes. 

Hockln, ar. a lozenge buekle, tongue in fesse, sa. 

HocKI-AY, or, a fesse betw. three lozenges gu. 

IIOCKI.ETON, [Salop] veit, a lion ramp. ar. 

Hockley, or, a fesse betw. three maseles gu. 

HocKLY, [Wickwar, Glouc. Granted -23 Oct. l~l-2] ar. 
on a fesse az. betw. three mullets, jderced, sa. as many 
crescents or. — Crest, a demi griffin scaieant, pean, wings 
endorsed, holding in the claws a mullet gu. 

HocKMORE, [Buckyate, Devons.] per chc\ . sa. and or ; in 
chief two pairs of reaping-hooks endorsed and entwined, 
blades ar. bandies of the second ; in base, a moor-cock 
of the first, tombed and wattled gu. —Crest, an eaE:lc, 
close, seizinn; and preying upon a moor-cock, all ppr. 

HocKNEl.L, [buden, dies.] ar. an ass's head, erased, sa. 
a canton of the last. 

Hocknelt. The same arms. — Crest, a dexter hand holding 
a sugar-cane ppr. 

Hochncll, [Clics.] ar. three asses' heads, erased, sa. 

HpcknM, [dies.] ar. an ass's head, erased, sa. 

HoDiiONEi., per pale, ar. and az. a saltier couuteixhait- 
gcd. 

lIoiinoNELL, or HouDONiLcr., {Temp. Edw. /.] per 
pale, or and az. a saltier counterchauged. 



HoDBY, [Line] az. three doves ppr. 

Hodhy, az. three martlets ar. 

Hodby, az. three birds ar. membered gu. 

HoDDAR, or HoDDER, ar. three halberts sa. headed az. 

— Crest, an angel, in a praying posture, ppr. betw. two 

laurel-branches vert. 
HoDDENF.T, quarterly, indented, ar. and gu. a label of 

fi\e points az. 
Hoddcnci, ipiartcrly, per fesse, indented, ar. and gu. a la- 
bel of five points az. 
HoDiiEi!, [Ireland] ar. five pole-axes, erect, in fesse, ppr. 

— Crest, a fire-ship, with her courses set on fire, issuing 

from below the rigging, all pjir. 
Hoddcr. Sec Hoddnr. 
HouniNG. See Hoding. 
HoDDY, [Devons.] ar. a fesse, per fesse indented, vert 

and sa. cottiscd, counlcrchanged. 
Htiddy, or ILidt/, chequy, az. and or; on a canton sa. a 

bird ar. — Ciest, a trout, iiaiant, ppr. 
HoDE, chequy, or and gu. a canton sa. 
HouEcoviLE. Same as IIodbo.nell. 
HoDEBY, az. three birds ar. membered gu. 
IIoDEi.EY, gu. a chev. betw. three birds ar. beaked and 

legged or. 
HoDELSTON, gu. fretty ar. 
HoDENGE, gu. a bend vair, within a bordure of the last. 

IIODF.SWELL. See IIODSWELL. 

HoDEVlLE, per pale, or and az. a saltier countercbanged. 

Hodge, [Sunderland, Durham] az. a chev. ar. betw. three 
annulets or. — Crest, a garb entwiued with two serpents, 
ppr. (A Subscri;>er) 

Hodye, [Scotland] The same. 

Hodye, or, a chev. gu. surmounted by a pale sa. — Crest, 
an eagle, rising, looking at the suI^, ppr. 

Hodye, az. a fesse or, betw. three crescents. — Crest, out of 
a crescent, an ctoile. 

Hodges, [Ireland] or, three crescents sa. — Crest, out of 
a ducal coronet, a f;reyhound"s head, gu. 

Hodyes, [Dors, and Olouc] or, three crescents sa. ; on a 
canton of the second, a ducal ciown of the first. — Crest, 
out of a ducal coronet or, an heraldic antelope's head ar. 
horned and tufted gold. 

Hodges, [Hemsled, Kcwi] The same arms and crest. 

Hodycs, [Hanworth, Midd. and London, IGIO] The same 
arms. — Crest, on a ducal coronet or, a crescent sa.— 
(Another crest, out of a ducal coronet, an antelope's head 
or.) 

Hodycs, [Spiekington, Somers.] The same arras. — Crest, 
an antelope's head, erased, or, ducally gorged, gu. (Ano- 
ther crest, on a round chapeau gn. turned up erm. a 
crescent ar. betw. two wings or.) 

Hodycs, [Overne, Leic] gu. a chev. erm. betw. three tal- 
bots' heads or, each issuing out of a mural coronet az. — 
Crest, a talLiot's head ar. suttee dc sang, gorged with a 
collar gu. rimmed and ringed or, charged with three be- 
zants. 

Hf'dyes, [Midd.] or, three crescents sa. ; on a canton ar. 
as many bars az. ; over all, an anchor, in pale, of the 
second. 

Hodycs, [Somers.] or, three crescents sa. ; on a canton of 
the second, a crescent of the first. 

Hodyes, or, three crescents sa. — Crest, out of a ducal co- 
ronet or, an heraldic antelope's head ar. attired of the 
first. 



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Uodges, az. a cliev. bctw. tliroc crescents ar.-^Crtst, out 
of clouds az. a crescent ar. betw. the horns a star of six 
jioiuts, or. 

IioDGKTT.s, [Prestuood, StaiVs. Granted 6 Oct. 17G8] 
az. on a tliev. betw. three doves in chief, and a fleur-de- 
lis in base, or, three crescents vert. — Crest, a liorsc's 
head erni. pierced through tlic ucck with a spear, the 
start" broken ])|)r. 

HoHGKiNS, ();• lIoDGSKiNS, [Glouc. and Ilammeisniith, 
Midd.] ar. a cross, quaiterly pierced, betw. five cinque- 
foils vert. 

ITodghins. The same arms.— Crest, an eagle, ri.sint;, look- 
ing' towards the sun, ppr. 

HoDGKINSON, [Midd.] or, on across, couped and quar- 
^ tcrly jiicrced, betw. four cinquel'oils vert, a cinqncfoil az. 
— Crest, a cinqucfoil or, betw. two dragons' wings displ. 
vert. jMolto, Saii$ Dicv ricii. 

Ilodf/kinson, [London] or, on u cross, couped, betw. four 
cinquefoils \crt, a cinquefoil of the first. — Crest, as the 
last. 

Hodgkinson, ar. on a cross, couped, betw. four cinquefoils 
vert, a cinqucfoil of the first. — Crest, a garb or, betw. 
two wings, ex|)arided, vert. 

HODGSKINS. See IJODGKINS. 

Hodgson, [Boston, Line] quarterly; first and fourth, 
gu. three hangers, or falchions, barwajs, in pale, the 
points toward the sinister part of the shield ar. pomels 
and hilts or, for Iladgscm ; second, lozengy, ar. and gu. 
for FittivUliciJii : third, az. a chev. betw. three cotton- 
hanks ar. for Cvtioii. — Crest, a dexter cubit arm, hold- 
ing in the hand a broken and bloody hanger, the pomel 
and hilt or, point gu. (A Subscriber) 

Hodgson, [Chester. Granted 1717] gu. a garb or, betw. 
three tutlasbts, erect, ar. hilts and pomelsof the second. 
—Crest, on a mount vert, a falcon, the wings close, ppr. 
beaked, Ugge<l, and Ijelled or, collared dancettee ar. and 
pierced thiough the breast with a sword of the last, hilt 
gold, vulned ppr. 

Ilodgscn, [Cun]'>.] gu. three escutcheons ar. betw. nine 
bezants. 

Hodgson, [Essex. Granted Ly King CIturles II. 1631] 
per chev. engr. or ai.daz. three martlets counterchanged. 
— Crest, a (love az. winged or, beaked and mcmbcre<l 
gu. lioliling in the mouth an olive-branch ppr. 

Hodgson, [Cunib. and i^lidd.] The same. 

Hodgson, [Rickniansworth, Herts.] per chev. embattled, or 
and az. three martlets counterchanged. — Crest, on a rock 
a dove . , , in the beak an olive branch. 

Hodgson, [Lincoln's Inn, London] The same arms.- — Crest, 
a dove with an olive branch iu the beak, all ppr. 

Hodgson. The same arms. — Crest, on a rock, a maitlct, 
ppr. 

Hodgson, [Market-Raison, Line] The same arms. — Crest, 
a martlet ppr. 

Hodgson, [Ireland] per chev. or and az. three martlets 
connterchansed. — Crest, a salmon, hauricnt, az. 

Hodgson. The same anus. — Crest, on a tower ar. a mart- 
let az. winged or. 

Hodgson, [Cranworth, Norf.] gu. three falchions withiu a 
bordure , .. 

Hodgson, [Tooting and Buckland, Surrey] az. three scimi- 
tars, in pale, ar. hilts and pomels or, the points to the 
sinister. * 

Hodgson, [Framfield, Suss.] erm. on a chief gu. three cut- 



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lasse.s, erect, ar. hilts or. — Crest, a grUlin's head, erased, 

devourinn a haiul, enised at the wrist, t;ii. 

Hodgson, [Yorks.] gu. three f;ikliions, in fesse, ar. hilts 

and pomels or. — Crtst, a cubit arm, erect, in coat of 

mail, hol'liiig in the hand, all ppr. a broken falchion gu. 

Hodgson. See Hodson. 

iloDlAM, gu. on a bend erm. three cheveronels of the 

first. — Crest, a lion's head, erased, az. 
Hodiain, sa. on a bend erm. three cheveronels gu. 
HoiHNG, or IlopiJlNG, vair, on an inescutclieon gu. a 

bend of the first. 
IlODlNGTON, gu. a saltier ar. within a bordure az. char- 
ged with eight cinquefoils or. — Crest, on a tower ar. a 
bird, volant, ot. 
Ilodington, gu. a saltier ar. ; on a bordure az. six escallops 

or. 
Hodington, gu. a saltier ar. within a bordure az. charged 
with six cinquefoils or. (Another, the bordure flory or.) 
Hodington, gu. a saltier ar. a bordure or, charged with 

eight roses az. 
Hodington, gu. a saltier ar. ; on a bordure az. eight roses 

or. 
HomsilAM, [Suff.] ar. a bend engr. sa. cottised of the 

lust. 
Hodisiiam, ar. a bend eugr. bctw. two (Another, three) 

crescents sa. 
HoDiswELL, gu. three wells ar. water az. — Crest, one of 

the same, gu. 
HoDKiNSON, ar. on a saltier, bctw. four mullets gu. five 
ctoilcs or. — Crest, a shank-bone and palm-branch, in 
saltier, ppr. 
HoDi.ESTON, [Wilbraham and Sauston, Carabr.] gu. a 

fret ar. 
Hodkston, [Cambr.] ermines, a fret ar. 
Hodleslon, [Canibr.] erm. a fret sa. 
Hodhiton, [Pastwick, Essex; Lane, and Yorks.] gu. fretty 

ar. 
Hodleston, gu. fretty ar. within a bordure, indented, or. 
Hodkston, gu. fretty ar. within a bordure engr. or. 
Hodleston, gu. fretty of eight, a label of three points az. 
Hodleston, ar. a bend betw. two mullets sa. 
HODLINGTON, ur. three crescents sa. 
HoDNEi,!., HoDVEi.L, IIoDWELL, or lIoLE, az. a fessc 

bctw. three lieurs-de-lis or. 
IIoDNET, quarterly, per fesse indented, or and az. 
IloDNETT, quarterly, per fesse indented, ar. and gu. a 

label of five points of the last. 
HODNEY, az. an etoile of si\ (iuints or. 
HoDSALl., az. a fessc betw. three wells ar. — Crest, a well 

ar. 
IloDSDOX, .ir. a bend wavy gu. betw. two horse-shoes of 
the field. — Crest, a man's head, couped at the shoulders 
pj)r. vested ar. on the head a cap or. 
HoDSOLi., [London, and llclljwcll and South Ash, Kent] 

az. a fesse wavy betw. three stone fountains ar. 
Hodsoll, az. three wells ar. — Crest, a well as i:i the arms. 
HoDSHAM. The same arms as HoosoN, Llcbhorn. 
Hodson, [Cambr. Granted 1.590] sa. a chev. bctw. 
three falcons, volant, or. — Crest, a unitorn, current, re- 
guard, ar. gorged \\iili a clia])let vert. 
Hodson, or Hodgson, [Ilcbhorn, Duilntm] ])cr chev. em- 
battled, or and az. three martlets counterchanged. — 
Crest, a martlet az. wings or, in the beak a laurel-sprig 
vert. 



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IJoiliun, [Ireland] per chev. az. and ar. tliree martlets 

toaiittrclianged. — Crest, an antelope's head, erased, gu. 
itoJscn, lludion, or Jlndgeson', [Mifld.] per p^lc, or and 

\ert, a clicv. betw. three iiiurllels couiiterchaui^ed. 
ilodson, ar. a bend wavy gu. betw. two horse-shoes az. 
IloDSTOHF., or, a thev. gu. ))ierccd with a bend erni. 
lioDSWKi.L, or UoDKSWELi,, [Yorks.] gu. three fountains 

ppr. ■ ' 

IIoDVKI.L, and HoDWLLI.. See HODNELL. 
JloPY, [Pilston, Dors.] ar. a fesse, indented, point in 

point, veit and sa. cottised, counterchangcd. — Crest, a 

bull pass. sa. 
Ilody, [Dors.] ar. a fessc, indented, point in ]ioint, vert 

and sa. 
Ilody, ar. a fesse per fesse, indented, or and sa. betw. 

four cottiscs of the last. 
Hody, ar. a fesse, indented, point in ])oint, vert -ind sa. 

cottised, r(jniilcrcbangcd ; in chief a niulii-t, pierced, of 

the third, within a bordiire engr. . . . 
Jlody. Sec lloddy. 
lIonvE, or HUDNY, [Hainon, Dors.] ar. a fesse, per 

fesse indented, vert and or, cottised of the third. 
IloDYSiiAM, ar. a bend cngi. betw. t«o crescents sa. 
HoK, [15eils.] quarterly, sa. and ar. a bend or. ■ 
Hue, (juarteriy, sa. and ar. 
Hoc, quarterly, ar. and sa. 
Hoe, az. frclty ar. a chief sa. 
Hoc, ar. on a chisf indented, sa. three mullets or. 
Hoe. Sec Hoo. 

HoERNK, gu. a cliev. or, betw. three bugle-horns ar. 
IlOESE, or HusSEV, [Hcrting, Suss.] barry of six, erni. 

and gu. 
Hoest!;d, ar. an inescufchcon gu. 
lloESTON, uu. a bordure ar. 
IJoET, [London. Granted 22 March, 1GG3] ar. on two 

ba(s sa. tiircc fleiirs-de-lis or. 
HoEY, or IloY, [Ireland] ar. three garbs gu. a chief of 

the last. — Crest, a pheasant ])pr. 
Hocy, cheqny . . and . . , a lion ran)]>. . . . — Crest, out of a 

ducal coronet, two arms, embowcd, in armour, grasjdng 

a sword. 
Hoffman, erm. three lozenges gu. — Crest, issuing out o( 

the top of a tower, a dcnu lady ppr. attired az. holding 

in the dexter hand a garland of laurel vert. 
HoFNKK, ..,a dcnii lion lani)). couped, gu. — Crest, the 

hind parts of a lion, conped in tlic middle of the Lack, 

the legs toward the dexter and sinister, the tail erect. 
Hog, [llarcass, Scotland] ar. three boars' heads, erased, 

az. armed or. — Crest, an oak-tree p])r. Motto, Dot 

gloria vires. 
Hog, [Camnio, Scotland] ar. a crescent betw. three boars" 

heads, erased, az. — Crest and motto .is the last. 
Hog, [Newliston, Scotland] ar. three boars' heads, erased, 

az. — Crest and motto as the last. 
HoGAN, [Iicland] ar. on a chcv. sa. three martlets of the 

field. — CresI, an ostrich's bead betw. two feathers ar. 
Hogan, [London] ar. on a fesse az. betw. tlirce cross 

crosslets Sri. as many escallops or. 
Hogan, or Hnggan. The same arms. — Crest, on a cha- 

jieau gu. an escallop betw. two wings ))j)r. 
Hogan, [Ixmdon] ar. on a fesso, betw. three cross crosslets 

fitchee sa. as many escallojis or. 
Hogan, [Wales] ar. on a chief sa. three martlets of the field. 
Hngan, ar. on a fesse sa. betw. six cross cros.-ilets (Ano- 
ther, fitchee) of the second, three escallops or. 



HOG 

Hogan, ar. a chcv. engr. vairi, or and gu. betw. three 
boiiy hearts of the third, each charged with a lion's paw, 
erased, of the scinnd. 

HoGARi), az. an etoile of sixteen jjoints or. 

Hogarth, or Howgaiit, [Scotland] az. a star oi' sis 
])oints or ; on a chief of the last, three spears' beads of 
the first.— Crest, a pegasus's head or, winged ar. Mot- 
to, Candor dat viribiis alts. 

HoGELEY, gu. two bars and an inescntcheon or ; in chief 
as many palets of the second, the dexter canton per beud, 
or and gu. ; the sini.^ter, per bend sinister, gu. and oi. 

HoGEl.INTON, ar. three crescents sa. 

HOGESDON, or HoGSliO>i, ar. three bars sa. 

Hogg, [BishopvNciuniouth, Durham] ar. three boars' heads, 
erased, sa.^Crest, a boar, statant, ar. pierced in the 
side with an arrow sa. against an oak-tree vert, frucied 
gu. (A .Subscriber) 

Hogg, [Devons.] az. on a bend or, three escallo])s . . ; on 
a chief . . two mullets . . . — Crest, a w ivern vert. 

Hogg, [Scotland] ar. three boars' Leads, erased, az. with- 
in a boidure engr. gn. — Crest, a branch of oak ppr. 
Motto, Dat gloria vires. 

Hogg, ar. three boais' beads, couped, sa. — Crest, an oak- 
tree fructed pj)r. 

Hogg, ar. three lioars' heads, erased, ppr. — Crest, an oak- 
tree . , , fructed . . . 

Hogg, ar. two bends gn. 

HoGGAN. See Hogan. 

Hoggart, [Old I.road Street, London] ar. a chcv. vait, 
betw. three hearts gu. each charged with a lion's gamb, 
erased, in bend sinister, of the first. — Crest, a lion's 
gamb, erased and erect, graspiug a similar gamb, all 

Hoggart, [Tooting, SuiTey] ar. a chcv. vaiie, or and gu. 
betw. three hearts of the third, each charged with a 
lion's canib, erase<l^ in pale, ))aw downwards, of the se- 
cond. — Cj'cst, a lion's ganjb, couped and erect, grasping 
auouier, erased, in bend sinister, ppr. 

HoGGESON, [Yorks.] gu. three cu'lasses, or hangers, ar. 
hilted or, two points to the sinister, and one betw. to the 
dexter side of the escutcheon. — Crest, a swallow, volant, 
sa. 

Hnggcson, or Hoggson, az. tiiree cutlasses as abo\e.— 
Crest, a hand, couped below the wrist or, the hai.d ppr. 
holding a broken cutlass ar. hilted of the first, the bro- 
ken piece fallen from the other. 

HoGH, [dies.] ar. on a clicv. sa. three crescents of the 
field. 

Hogh, ar. a chev. gu. betw. ten cross crosslets of the same. 

IJogh, ar. a bend sa. 

HoGHAHAD, or HoGHAHEi), vaire, ar. and gu. a bor- 
dure sa. 

HoGHF., [Ches.] ar. on a chev. sa. three crescents of the 
fust. — Crest, a lion's paw ppr. liolding a cross pattce or. 

HoGllTON, Bart. [Hoghton-Tower, Lane. '22 May, IGll; 
since, also, of Walt(3n Hall, in the same Co.] sa. three 
bars ar. with the augmentation of the rose of England, 
and the thistle of Scotlaml, impaled in a canton or. — 
Crest, a bull pass. ar. (A more ancient crest, a bull's 
head ar. collared with three bars sa.) Supjiorters, over 
the gales of Hoghton Tower, put up in the beginning of 
the reign of Eli/abeth, two bulls ar. .Motto, Malgrc Ic 
tort. 

HOGILLINGTON, 01 HoGU .\GTOr-i, ar. six cifSfintsM. 

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HoGiNGTO.v, ar. three crescents sa. 
IIOGITH, ar. a bend sa. ' 

HOGLINGTON. Sec UOCIILINGTON. 

HoGSDON. See Hogesdon. 

HoGSHA, vaire, ar. and gu. within a bordurc sa. 

HoGSHAGG, or Hogshead, vaire, ar. and gu. a bonluic 

sa. bezanlie. 
HOGSHAGOOD, or HoGSHEI). The same arms. 
HoGUF, [.Scotland] ar. a cross crosslet sa. betw. three 

boars' licads, erased, az. — Crest, an oak-tree. Motto, 

J)at ylnria vires. 
HoGVTliE, ar. a bend sa. 
HoHUSH, gu. three lozenges, in fesse, ar. 
HoiNGHAM, erni. a bend engr. gu. gutteede larmes; on 

a cbicf az. a stag's head and neck, couped, or. 
HoiNNDGATE, [Scotland] gii. a clievt engr. betw. three 

hounds, sejant, ar. 
Hoke, sa. a fesse betw. six fleurs-de-lis ar. 
Hoke, quarterly, sa. and ar. four escallops connterchanged. 
Hoke, per pale, sa. and ar. a cross betw. four escallops, 

counterchanged. 
Hoke, or Hook, quarterly, sa. and ar. a cross betw. four 

escallops, counterchanged. 
Hoke, or Hook, az. a fesse ar. betw. three fleurs-de-lis or. 
HoKELE, or HoKLE, ar. two chev. betw. three leaves 

vert. 
Hokele, ar. two chev. betw. three oak-leaves vert. 
HOKELEY, or, on a fesse, betw. three mascles gu. as many 

plates. — Crest, a bee, volant, reversed, sa. 
Hnkeley, or, a fesse betw. three mascles gu. 
Hokcley, ar. a fesse betw. three fusils gu. 
Hokcley, ar. ou a fesse, betw. three fusils gu. as nmiiy 

plates. 
Hokeky, or, a lion ramp. gu. depressed with a bend sa. 
Hokeley, or, a fesse betw. three lozenges gu. 
HoKELLEY, ai. a saltier engr. betw. four ciiiquefoils az. 
HoKENHULL, 01' HoKENELL, [Hokenhull, Pcnton, and 

Tranniore, Ches.] ar. an ass's head, erased, sa. 
Hokenhull, sa. a star of sixteen points ar. 
HoKER, ar. a fesse betw. three mascles tru. 
HoKES, az. a fesse betw. three fleurs-de-lis ar. 
HoKLE. See Hokele. 
HoKYRAM, ar. on a bend sa. three leopards' heads of the 

first. 
HoLANn, per fesse, az. and gu. three fleurs-de-lis ar. 
Holand, or, two bars az. ; in chief three escallops gu. — 

Crest, an arm Iioldiug an arrow ar. feathered or. 
Holand, per pale, indented, or and az. 
Holand. See Holland. 

HoLBANE, [Devons.] ar. a chev. euarched sa. 
Hoi.BARON, ar. on a fesse sa. three crescents or. 
HoLBE, az. a bend betw. six mullets, pierced, ar. 
HoLBEACH, [Tillingley, Warw.] vert, five escallops, in sal- 
tier, ar. 
Holbeach, [Warw.] vert, six cscalloj)s ar. three, two, and 

one. 
Holbeach. The same arms. — Crest, an escutcheon or, 

pendent on the stump of a tree. 
Holbeach, or HoUr/h, ar. a chev. engr. sa. 
HoLBEACHE, vert, five escallops, in saltier, or. 
HoLBEAME, ar. a chev. enavched gu. — Crest, a cross 

crosslet gu. betw. two palm-branches. 
Holhcamc, ar. a ciiev. enarchccl sa. 
Holbcamc, ar. I wo bars, and a chev. in chief, sa. 



Holbeame. See Holbcche. 

HoLBECHE, or Holbeame, [Hclbeamc, Devons. an(J 
Stow, Line. Granted lo8f»] or, on a chief az. three 
lions' heads, erased, of the field. — Crest, out of a dacal 
coronet or, a pelican's head of the last, vulned gu. 

Holbcche, [Line] vert, five escallops ar. two, one, and 
two. 

Holbcche, ar. a chev. engr. sa. 

HoLBECK, [Whitinghatn. Confirmed .fuiic, 1613] as. on 
a saltier vert, five escallops of the first. — Crest, a demi 
gritiia or, winged gu. holding an escallop ar. 

Holbecke, [Norf.] The same arms and crest. 

Holbeckc, vert, six escallops ar. — Crest, a maunch, erect, 
vert, seiiiee of 

HOLBERT, az. a bend betw. six mullets ar. 

HoL!;icUE, [Line] vert, five escallops, in saltier, or. 

Holbickc, [Sut)".] az. on a chev. or, three magpies ppr. 

Holbiche, ar. a chev. engr. sa. — Crest, a peacock's head, 
erased, az. 

Holbiche, vert, six escallops ar. within a bordure az. char- 
ged with eight fleurs-de-lis or. 

Holbo(jr>e, ar. a fesse betw. three descents gu. 

HoLliKOAKE, gu. a chev. betw. ten cross crosslets or. 

Holbrokes, or, a fesse betw. six crosslets gu. 

HoLBROOK, [Suft".] ar. a chev. betw. ten cross crosslets 
gu. 

Holbrook. The same arms. — Crest, a lion pass, guard, 
tail extended, ppr. 

Holbrook, [13 Rich. II.] . . , a chev. betw. three martlets. 

Holbrook, or, a chev. betw. ten cross crosslets gu. 

Holbrooke, [Newington, Kent] az. a cross or, fretfy of 
the first, betw. four mullets of the second. 

Holbrooke, [Suft".] or, a chev. gu. surmounted with a cross 
formee fitchee at the foot, of the second. — Crest, a lion's 
bead, erased, sa. charged with a chev. or, as in the arms. 

Holbrooke, [Suft'.] or, crusily gu. a bend of the second. 

Holbrooke, [Suft'.] ar. a chev. betw. three cross crosslets 

g"- . . . 

HOLBROW, ar. a che\. betw. six cross crosslets in chief, 

and four in base, gu. 

HoLBRY, az. on a bend sa. a mnllef, pierced, ar. 

HoLBURN, N.S. Cart, [Mcnstrie, 1705] quarterly; first 
and fourth, gu. a fesse humettee betw. three crescents 
or; second and third, ar. an orle gu. : the badge of Nova 
Scotia suspended round the arms. — Crest, a demi lion 
holding ia the dexter paw a mullet ar. Motto, Devs 
svmmutn virtus. 

HOLBUSil, gu. three fusils, in fesse, ar. 

HOLBY, az. a fret ar. a chief of the second. 

HoLCAM, and HoLCAN, az. two b.irs wavy ( .\nnther, 
nebulee) erm. 

Holchief, or HoLDCHlEFE, az. a garb or, banded ar. 

Hoi. COMB. See HoLCOMBE. 

HOLCO.MBE, [Hole, Demons.] az. a chev. ar. betw. three 
men's heads, side-faced, couped at the shouUlers, or, 
wreathed about the temples of the second. — Crest, a 
man's head, full-faced, couped at the breast, ppr. wreath- 
ed round the temples or and az. 

Holcombe, or Holeornb. The same arras. — Crest, a serpent, 
nowed, holdini; in the mouth a garland of laurel, ppr. 

Holcombe, [Devons.] az. a chev. ar. betw. three boys' 
heads, couped, ppr. crined or. 

HoLCOTT, lozengy, ar. and gu. a bordure az. — Crest, on 
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lloUott, or Jlulcott, lozengy, or and gu. a I'Ordure ai. 
lloi.cHAfT, [London] ar. a cross en^r. sa. witiru a bor- 

(lurc of tlie last. — Crest, a bird, with wings ciidorsed, 

sa. liolding in the dexter claw a sword, erect, ar. hilt and 

ponicl or. 
lloi.(KE\Y> <"■ HoLGRAVE, veit, a chev. bctw. three owls 

ar. 
HoLCKOFT, c/(ns Henley, [Vale-Hall, dies. ; Easthani, 

Essex ; Hasingsloke, Hants. ; and Holcroft, Lane] nr. 

a. cross within a bordnrc engr. sa. — Crest, an eagle, with 

wings expanded, sa. holding in the dexter claw, a sword 

nr. hilt and ponicl or. 
Jlolcroft, [nalderton, Notts.] ar. ou a cross engr. sa. a 

fleur-de-lis or, within a bordure engr. of the second. — 

Crest, an eagle gu. holding in the dexter claw a sword, 

in pale, ar. hilt and poniel or, charged on the breast with 

a fk'ur-de-lis of the last. 
Holcroft, sa. four quatrefoils ar. 

JfolcKift, ar. a cross engr. sa. within a bordure of the last. 
Holcroft, ar. a fesse within a bordure engr. sa. 
Jlolcroft, ar. a cioss and bonlure gu, 
Hoi.cIfOFTES, [Ches.] ar. a cross within a bordure, both 

engr. .<a. 
Hold, trni. on a chief az. a garb or. 
lloi.pcmi-.rE. Sec Holchief. 
lloi.DE, ar. a fosse betw. two chev. sa. 
JioLPF.M, sa. a fesse betw. t\\o thev. crni. 
lIoi.DEN, [llockridge, Kent. Granted 20 May, 1663] 

crm. on a chief gu. three pears or. 
Jloldcn, [Holden, Lane] sa. a fesse betw. two chev. erm. 

bctw. the fesse and upper chev. a covered cup or. — Crest, 

a pheasant ppr. 
IJoldcn, [Criitteuden] az. on a chev. or, betw. three spur- 

roweis ar. five guttees sa.; in chief, a crescent of the 

third. — Crest, an antelope's head, issuing, ppi. 
Jlolden, ar. a bond engr. gii. a thief az. — Crest, an eagle's 

leg, erased at the thigh, ppr. 
Ifolden, ar. a chief sa. over all a bend engr. ga. 
Jlolden, ar. three escallops gu. 
Jfoldcii, sa. a chev. erm. in base a covered cup ar.. 
Jlolden, ar. a fesse betw. two chev. sa. 
Jlolden, per fesse, sa. and ar. a bend engr. gu. 
Jlolden, sa. a fesse betw. two chev. cim. 
Jlolden, gu. a chev. betw. three cross crosslets or ; ou a 

thief of the second, a lion pass, of the first. 
Hoi.DENBY, [N.anip. and Notts.] az. five cinquefoils, in 

cross, ar. 
Jloldenhij, az. five cinquefoils, in saltier, ar. 
lloLDtiR, [Cambr.] az. a fesse dancettee betw. three grif- 
fins pass, wings endorsed, or.— Crest, ou a ducal coronet 

gn. a lion, sejant, or. 
Jlolder, [South Wheatly, Notts.] sa. a thev. betw. three 

anchors ar. 
Jhlder, az. three gritfiiis, segreant, or. — Crest, out of a 

five-leaved ducal coronet gu. a linn, sejant, or. 
HoLDERM.^N', sa. a chev. erm. betw. three cats pass. ar. 
IIOLDERNES, ar. on a bend gii. betw. six mullets of the 

last, a cross forniee of the first. 
HoLDERNESS, [Yorks.] harry of six, or and az. 
lloldemcss, ar. three cinquefoils gu. a chief of the last. — 

Crest, bctw. the horns of a crescent or, a cross pattte 

g". 
HOLDESHEIFE, or HoLDESHEAFF, az. a garb ar. 
lloLDESHEFFE, az. a garb ar. banded vert. 



il0l.0ESW0P.TH, [Uarw.] .., the slock of a tree, ra^ulv, 

in bend, . . ; io chief, a martlet . . . 
HOLDFORD. SeeHoLFORD. 
Hoi.niCH, er HoLDlCHE, az. on a chev. or, three martlet* 

sa. a chief ar. — Crest, an arm, enibowed, holding in th» 

gauntlet a scimitar, all ppr. 
Jloldich, az. on a chev. or, (Another, ar.) three binU s<. 
HoLDICHE, or iloLDITCH, [llawortli, Norf.] az. on a 

clicv. or, three niaapics (Another, sea-iiies) ppr. 
Holding, [Midd.] or, acock standing on a horn ... — 

Crest, a horn .. . 
HoLDiNGi". S;nne as HoDiNG. 
llOLDii', [Ixindon and Soutliauiplon. Granted bJune, 

17'2o] erm. on a bend az. a grithn's head, erased, betw. 

two spears' heads, or. — Crest, on a chapeau az. turned 

up ar. a grifiiu's head erm. collared of the first, beaked 

sa. holding in it a broken spear or. 

HOLUITCH. Sec HOLDICHE. 

HoLDON, ar. three escallops sa. 

HoLDSiiEFFE, az. a bend vert, betw. three garbs ar. 

HoLDSTON, ar. frcllj gu. 

HoLDSWORTH, [Warw.] ar. the stem of a tree, couped 

and eradicated, in bend, ppr. 
Iloldsuortk, ar. two cross crosslets fitchee, in chief, gu. 

and a rack, couped, in base, sa. — Crest, a Roman slnud- 

ard bearer in full dress. 
HOLDV.'AYT, sa. freUy erm. 

Hole, [Salop] quarterly, ar. and sa. a cross engr. quar- 
terly, betw. four escallops, all counterchanged. — Crest, 

an escallop sa. betw. t«o wings ar. 
Hole, a?, an annulet or, betw. three lozenges ar. — Crest, 

out of a mural coronet or, an arm, cmbowed, in armour, 

the hand grasping a battle-axe, all )jpr. 
Hole, az. an annulet betw. three lozenges ar. — Crest, as 

the last. 
Jlole. See Ilodndl. 

HoLEBKOOKE, [SufT.] or, a chev. betw. three cross cross- 
lets gu. 
Jlolebronke, or, a chev. betw. ten cross crosslets gii. — 

Crest, two dolphins, in saltier, az. 
HoLEMAN, crm. a fesse counter-componee, or aud az. 

betw. three crescents gu. 
HoLEMENES, vair, a bend gu. 
HoLLKNAT, lozensy. sa. anfl ar. 
Holes, [Ches.] az. a lion ramp. ar. collared gu. 
Uoles. See Uollis. 
HoLEWAY, [Devoiis.] gu. a fesse betw. three crescents 

ar. 
HoLionD, [Can.br. ; Holford, Clics. ; aud Purfleet, Essex] 

ar. a greyhound pass. sa. — Crest, a greyhound's head 

sa. 
JIulford,. [Lane] ar. a greyhcond pass. sa. collared or. 
JJo/ford, [Kilby and W istow, Lcic. ; and of Ruts.] ?.r. a 

greyhound j)ass. sa. ; on a chief az. three fieurs-de-lLs 

or. — Crest, a greyhound's head sa. collared or, thereto 

a ring of the last. (Another crest, a denii greyhound 

sa. collared ar.) 
JL/lfo>xl, [Ruts.] az. on a fesse ar. betw. three fleurs-de-lis 

or, a greyhound, current, sa. 
Holford, [Yorks.] ar. a greyhound, in full course, sa. 
Uolford, or Jloldford, ar. a greyhound pass. sa. — Crest, a 

greyhound's head, couped, sa. 
JJolfr.rd, [Windsor Jlerald, Temp. Milliar/i aud Mary] 

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Ilolford, [Portcullis Pvrsvii:ant of A i-nts, Temp. William 
mid Jilary] The same arms, vith a label for diff. 

Holford, ar. a grijliound sa. collared or. — Crest, a grey- 
hound's head sa. collared or. 

HoLG.^TE, [U'alden, Esscn] or, a bend betw. two bulls' 
beads, coupcd, sa. — Crest, out of a mural coronet ar. a 
bull's liead sa. gorged -with a collar of the first, charged 
■with tHO bends gu. (Another, collared, bcudy of six, 
gu. and ar.) 

HoLGILL, ar. three cinqucfoils, in ]iale, betw. two martlets, 
in fesse, gu.; on a chief az. a pelicau vulning herselt, 
l>etw. two combs, jialcwajs, or. 

HoLGRAVH, o/- lloi.Gur.vE, [Chcs.] ar. an iiiescutcheon 
gu. within an orlc of martlets sa. 

llolgrave, Jfo/^rcvr, or Ihilgravc, crm. an inescutchcon gu. 
— Crest, a hand liolding a thunderbolt, in pale, ])pr. 

llolgrave, ar. an inescutcheon within an orle of martlets 
sa. 

llnlgrai^c, vert, a lion ramp. betw. three owls ar. 

llolgrave, paly of six, crm. and a?. 

Notgrave, gu. a bordurc erm. 

Holgrave. See Holcreiv. 

HOLGREVE. See IloLGRAVE. 

IIoLGEEW, vert, a fesse or, charged with three bav-leaves 
of the field; on a canton of the second, a lion's face gu. 

IIoi.IFFE. See IIOLLET. 

HOLIGH. See HOLBEACH. 

HoLlNSHED, ar. a cross sa. — Crest, a bull's bead and 
neck sa. 

Holinshed, ar. on a cross sa. a mullet or, a canton erm. 

HoLKEE, [London, Granted 1 Jan. 1770] ]ier chev. em- 
battled, or and az. three lions ramp, counlerclianged. — 
Crest, a lion ramp, jjcr chev. embattled, or and az. 

Ilolkcr, per chev. creiiellee, ar. and az. three lions ramp, 
couuterchangcd. — Crest, a lion ramp. az. 

HoLKHAM, az. two bars wavy erm. 

HoLL, [Malton, Norf.] or, on a chev. sa. three unicorns' 
heads, erased, ar. — Crest, a sea-lion, sejant, or, guttee 
de sang. '■ 

Holl, [Lower F.aton Street, Pindico] The same arms and 
crest. IMotto, Inlegritas iiiia virvs non capit. 

Holland, [Ely, Cambr. ; Boston, Line. ; and West Aug- 
niering, Suss.] az. a lion ramp, guartl. betw. eight tlcuis- 
de-lis ar. — Crest, a cubit arm, erect, ppr. issuing out of 
rays or, and grasping a lion's gamb, "Erased, of the last. 
(Another crest, a wolf pass, sa.) 

Holland, [dies.] per fesse, az. and gu. (Another, gu. and 
az.) three fleurs-de-lis ar. 

Holland, [Duke of Exeter] England, within a boidure az. 
semee de lis or. 

Holland, [Essex; and Earl of Huntingdon] gu. three lions 
pass, guard, in pale, or, within a bordure az. tlory of 
the second. 

Holland, [Dcvons.] az. a lion, salient guard, betw. five 
fleurs-de-lis ar. 

Holland, [Ely, in the Isle of Ely] az. semee de lis, a lion 
rarap. within a bordure, all ar. — Crest, a wolf pass. sa. 

Holland, [Earl of Kent] az. semee de lis, a lion ran)p. ar. 

Holland, or llnland, [Denton, Lane] az. llory, a lion 
ramj). guard, ar. oppressed with a bend gu. 

Holland, [Lane] az. (lory, a lion ram)), or. 
Holland, [Lane] sa. a cross patlec or. 
Holland, [Steviiigton, Line. ; and Kintou, Notts.] |)er pale, 
indented, or and gu. quartered with &z. semee of fleurs- 



de-lis, a lioa ramp, guard, ar. — Crest, a sinister wins 

or. 
Holland, [Line.] barry bendy of eight, gu. and or. 
Holland, [Line.] per pale indented, gu. and or (Another, 

gu. and ar.) 
Holland, [iirook Street, Grosvenor Square, London] az. 

semee of fle\ns-de-lis, a lion ramp. ar. over all a bend 

gu. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a demi lion ramp. 

guard, tail fourchee ar. collared gu. 
Holland, [I'oricullis Pursuivant oj Arms, Temp. Charles 

/.] az. semee de lis, a lion ramp, reguurd. ar. over all 

a label ... 
Holland, [Quidenham and Harlestoii, Norf.] az. flory, a 

lion rump, guard, ar. — Crest, a wolf pass. sa. charged 

on the breast with a mullet fordid". 
Holland, [Durwarton, Charlecot, and Picklhorne, Ssicp 

az. a lion ramp, guard, ar. betw. ten plates, all WiiL:ii » 

bordure of the second. — Crest, a demi lion ramp, guard. 

grasping a fleur-de-lis az. 
Holland, [Bognor, Suss.] az. a lion ram)), within an orle 

of trefoils ar. — Crest, out of a ducal coicnet or, a rVioi 

lion ramp. ar. 
Holland, az. semee de trefoils, a lion ramp. ar. — Cre^: is 

the last. 
Holland, [Westm.] sa. a cross flowered or. 
Holland, az. semee de lis, a lion ramp, guard, ar. — Cicsc, 

out of a ducal coronet or, a plume of ostrich's feathers 

ar. 
Holland, sa. semee de escallops, a lion ramp. ar. 
Holland, quarterly, ar. and sa. on a bend of the second, 

three eagles dis))!. or; the second and third quarters 

charged with two chev. of the last. 
Holland, gu. three leo))ards' faces or, within a bordure ar. 
Holland, gu. three leopards jjass. in pale, within a bordure 

or. 
Holland, gu. two leo))ards pass, or, oppressed with a bend 

az. a bordure of the third, cscallopee ar. 
Holland, gu. two leo)iards jiass. in pale, or, a bend az. 

within a bordurc of the third, semee of fleurs-de-lis of 

the second. 
Holland, az. semee of cinqucfoils, a lion ramp, guard, ar. 
Holland, gu. three lions pass, guard, in pale, or, within a 

bordure ar. 
Holland, gu. two lions pass, oppressed with a bend ar. 
Holland, az. semee of cross crosslets, a lion rarap. ar. 
Holland, az. flory, a leopard ramp. ar. 
Holland, sa. a bordure engr. ar. 
Hollands, and Holland, barry pily of eight, or and 

Hollar, az. two fleurs-de-lis, in chief. ., in base a moun- 
tain ])pr. 

Hollbrokes, or, a fesse betw. six crosses botonnee gu. 

HoLLEis. See Hollks. 

Hollenshead, ar. a cross sa. a canton crm. 

HoLLENSHED. The sauic arms, with a mullet of si.\ 
points on the cross. 

Holleushcd, ar. three bars and a canton gu. 

HoLLERY, [Xorf] ar. a fesse chequy, or and sa. 

HoLLES, [W interborne, Dors.] erm. two piles, in point, sa. 
with a file of three points. 

Holies, or Hollis, [Grimsby, Line. ; and ILiughton, Notts. J 
erm. two ))iles, in point, sa. 

Holies. The same arms. — Crest, a Moor's head, couped 
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H„llfi. The s;inic aruis.— Crest, a lion's ))aw, erased, or, 

LiiUli'ig a heart gn. 
Hiillis, or IIolli/s, [Norf.] sa. on a bend, bctw. two talbots 

ii.i.-s. and a dolphin, enibowed, ar. three annulets gn. 
/i(i//f.s', or Ilollcis, az. on a bend or, bctw. a talbot, cnr- 

jent, in cliitl', and a doljihiu, embowcd, in base, ar. three 

torteauxes. 
JlulU's, sa. on a bend, bctw. a greyhound, current, in chief, 

uiiil a dolphin, cmbowed, in base, ar. three roses eii. 
iloM.ET, Of HoLiFFK, [Glotic] az. a chev. or, bctw. 

(lirec crescents ar. 
IIoLLEYS, [Lord Mayor of London, 1.5:J9] sa. on a bend 

ar. betw. a talbot, current, in chief, nnd a dolphin, cm- 
bowed, in base, of the second, three torteauxes. — Crttt, 

an arm, embowed, vested bendy of six, ar. and sa. ciitY 

or, holding in the hand ppr. a branch of holly xert, 

fructed gu. 
HoLLUEAD, . . on a chev. betw. three lions' heads, erased, 

. . as many towers . . . 
HoLi-iAM, or, on a bend sa. three mullets ar. pierced of 

the tield. — Crest, a harrow gu. 
Jlolliaiit, or, on a bend sa. three mullets ar. pierced gu. 
IfoLLiARD, sa. a chev. betw. three etoiles ar. 
IloLLlCHE, ar. a chev. engr. sa. 
HoLLiDAY, [London] sa. three close helmets ar. garnished 

or. — Crest, a denii )Mgasus ar. winged or. 
UoUiday, az. a ftsse betw. three helmets or. — Crest, a 

grenade, fired, ppr. 
HoLLiER, or, a buck's head, cabossed, az. — Crest, a dex- 
ter baud holding a fish ppr. 
HOLLINGliUUY, ar. a fessc sa. ; in chief three pbeons, in 

base a buck's head, cabossed, oi' the last. — Crest, a 

buck's head. 
HoLLiNGSHED, [Heywood, Ches.] av. a cross sa. and 

canton ermines. — Crest, a bull's head ,., gorged with a 

ducal coronet . , . 
IloUinyihcd, [Staffs.] ar. a cross sa. charged with a trefoil, 

slipped, of the fust, a canton ermines. 
HoLLiNGSWORTH, [ For/c Herald, Temp. Jiich. III.] az. 

on a bend ar. three leaves, slipped, vert. 
Ilollingsworth, [Bluemanile Pursuivant of Arms, oh. Oct. 

1059] az. on a bend or, three leaves, slipped, vert. 
IloUingsuorth. See Jlollhir/worth. 
HoLLiNGWORTH, [Hollinffworth, Ches. ; and Weston, 

Lcic] az. on a bend ar. three hoilj-leaves vtrt. — Crest, 

a stag, couchant, ar. 
Ho llinij worth, Hollinsworth, or HoUingsworth, sa. on a 

bend ar. three holly-leaves ppr. — Crest, a mount jjpr. 

scmce of trefoils. 
lloLLiNS, [Mosseley, Staft's.] ar. a chev. az, ; in chief 

four crosses formee titchee of the second. 
HoUitis. The same arms. — Crest, a (Icxter hand pointing 

vith two lingers to a star ppr. 
HOLLINSWOKTH. See HOLLINGWOKTU. 
JIoLLls, [Earl of Clare] erm. two piles issuing from the 

dexter and sinister chief, their |ioints meeting in base, 

sa. — Crest, a boar pass. az. bristled or. Motto, Spcs 

(iudacc.<i adjuiaf. 
ilollis, [Devons. and Notts.] sa. on a bend, betw. a honnd 

I>ass. in chief, and a dolphin, embowed, iu base, ar. 

three torteauxes. 
Hclhs, [Winchester, Hants.] erm. two piles, issuing out of 

the dexter and sinister chief jioints, and meeting in the 

centre of the escutcheon, sa.— Crest, a Saracen's head. 



couped at the shoulders, wreathed rouud the temples sa. 

Hollis, or Hulls. The same arms and crest. 

Hullis, [Ereby, Line, and Nottiugham. Granted 24 May, 
15-30] sa. a bend betw. two talbots ]>ass. ar. — Crest, a 
dexter arm, endiowcd, in armour, garnished or, holding 
in the siuTitU t a holly-branch, with berries, all ppr. 

Hollis, [Midd.] ar. on a chev. az. bctw. three holly- 
branches vert, fructed ppr. as njany doves of the last. 

Hollis, ri'linchuni, Norf.] sa. on a bend bctw. a lion, sa- 
lient, in chief, and a doli)hiri in base, ar. three torteauxes. 

Hollis, [Notts.] sa. a chev, betw. two talbots ar. 

Hollis az. oil n bend or, three torteauxes. 

Hollis. Sainc arms and crest as Hollcys, Lord Mayor of 
London. 

Hollis. See Holies. 

HoLLlST, sa. on a bend, betw. a greyhound, springing, in 
chief, iuid a dolphin, embowed, iu base, ar. three tor- 
teauxes. — Crist, a dexter arm, endjowed, xested sa. 
charged with two bars ar. holding in the hand ppr. a 
branch of holly of the last. 

IIOLLOM, sa. a bend engr. erm. 

HoLLON, jicr |>ale, gu. and az. a lion ramp, guard, or. 

HoLLOWAY, [Mnydenhatch, Berks.] gu. a fesse ar. cot- 
tised or, betw. three crescents of the second. 

Holloway, [London] gu. a fesse erm. betw. three crescents 
ar. — Crest, a dcnii lion rum)), guard, purp. 

Hollniiay, [Fclloio of Neiv Collryc, Oxon, ob. Aurj. 1032] 
gu. a fesse, bctw. three crescents at. a canton eriii. — 
Crest, a goat's bead ar. gorged with a collar gu. charged 
with three crescents of the first, lined of the second. 

Holtouay, gu. a fesse bctw. three crescents ar. — Crest, out 
of a mural coronet ar. a lion's head or, charged «-Tth a 
torteaux. 

Holloway. The same arms, with the fesse cottised. 

Hollouai/, gu. a fesse betw. three crescents erm. 

HoLLOWELL, or, on a bend gu. three goats pass. ar. — 
Crest, a goat pass. ar. attired or. 

Holloicell, or Holwell, per chev. gu. and erm. three cbets- 
rooks connterehanged. 

Holly BARNE, ar. on a fesse sa. three crescents or. 

HoLLYDAY', [Rowe, JMidd. and Lord Mayor of London. 
Granted 21 Stpt. 1C05] sa. three helmets ar. garnished 
or, within a bordnre engr. of the second. — Crest, a ds-mi 
lion ramp, guard, or, supporting an anchor ppr. 

Hollyday, [Loudon, IGOo] sa, three close helmets ar. gar- 
nished or. 

HOLLYLAND. SccHOLYLAND. 

Ho LEY'S, az. a fessc, embattled counter-embattled, or, 

bctw. three leopards' faces ar. 
Hollys. See Holies. 
Hollywood, or Holywood, az. a chev. engr. betw. 

three martlets ar. 
Holm, ar. a cross botonnee gu. 
HoLMAN, [Devons. Granted June, 1008] vert, e chev. 

ar. gutttie de sang, betw. three pheons or. 
Holman, [London] vert, a chev. or, betw. three pheons 

ar. — Crest, on a chapeau gu. turned up erm. an ostrich's 

head ar. 
Holman, [Canbury, Oxoii] The same ariirs. — Crest, a 

bow and arrow, the bow erect, bent and strung, the ar- 
row fesscways on the bow, all or. 
Holman. The same arms. — Crest, 'on a chapeau az. an 

ostrich's head, cou))ed at the neck, ar. 
; Holman, [Godcston, SurreY] vert, a chev. betw. three 

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pheons or.-^Cri?st, a bow and arrow, drawn, the arrow 
fesseways, betw. two \vinc;s, all or. 

Holman, veit, on a cliev. or, betw. three ])licons ar. a 
fleur-de-lis gu. 

Ilotman, vert, a thev. betw. three roses ar. 

Ilulman, ,vcrl, a chev. ar. betw. three pheons or. 

HOLMDKN, or lIoLMEDEN, [Teuclileys, Surrey. Granted 
20 Jiiiir, 1077] sa. a fesse betw. two chev. erm. — Crest, 
an otter's head, couped, (Anullicr, irascd) or. 

Holme, or Hlu.me, [Lane] harry of eight, or and ai:. ; 
on a canton ar. a cliapl< t gu. 

Holme, [Lane] harry of six, or and az. a canton ar. 

Hulme, [Ctarciicievx Kiiit) of Artns, Temp. lien. Vll."] 
ob. 1493] or, two bars az.; on a canton ar. a chaplet 
gu. 

Holme, [Scotland] vert, a lion ramp. ar. armed and lan- 
gued gu. 

Holme, or Hvlnic, [Overhulmc, Staffs.] harry of six, or 
and az. on a canton crui. a chaplet gu. — Crest, on a du- 
cal coronet or, a chaplet gu. therein a garb of tlie first. 

Holme Snmner, [Hatchland Park, near Guililford, Surrey] 
quarterly; first and fourth, ermines, two chevcronels or, 
for Snnincr ; second and third, ar. a buck, trippant, gu. 
for Holme. — Crests, first, a lion's head, erased, ar. du- 
cally gorged or, for Sumner; second, a hawk, wings 
elevated, ppr. for Holme. 

Holme, [Beverley, Yorks.] ar. a stag, trippant, ppr. attired 
and unguled or. 

Holme, [Huntington, Yorks.] ar. a chev. az. betw. three 
chaplets gu. 

Holme, [Yorks.] ar. a stag, statant, gu. 

Holme, [Yorks.] ar. a stag, trippant, gu. attired and un- 
guled or. 

Holme, ar. a chev. az. within a bordure engr. sa.— Crests, 
first, a dcmi ostrich gu. holding a horse-shoe ar. ; second, 
a lion's head, couped, or, thereon a cap of maintenance 
az. turned up erm. 

Holme, ar. a buck az. attired or. 

Holme, sa. a lion ramp. ar. charged with three bend lets 
gu. 

Holme, barry of eight, or and az. a canton ar. 

Holme, sa. a lion ramp. ar. debruised with a bend gu. 

Holme, sa. a lion ramp, barry of six, ar. and gu. 

Holme, or, three fleurs-de-lis az. 

HoLMEDE, [Coddington, Chcs.] barry of seventeen, or and 
az. ; on a canton ar. a laurel crown gu. 

Holmede, [Chcs.] barry of five, or and az. ; on a canton 
erm. a rose gu. 

HOLMEDEN. See HOLMDEN, 

HoLMER, barry of six, or and az. in chief a mullet of the 
second ; on a canton ar. a cinquofoil gu. 

HoLME.s, WoRSLEY, Bart. [Pidfurd House and Newport, 
Hants. '29 June, IGll] (juarterly; first and fourth, bairv 
wavy of six, or and az. on a canton gu. a lion pass, 
guard, of the first, for Holmes; second and third, ar. a 
chev. betw. three hawks sa. for M'orsley. — Crests, first, 
out of a naval crown or, a dexter arm, in armour, em- 
bowed, holding a trident j)pr. spear gold, for Holmes; 
second, a wolf's head, erased, or, for Worslcy. Motto, 
Vcctis. 
'\Hobucs, [Berowc, Camhr.] barry of six, or and g». ; on a 
ca-itoii of the second, a eliajilet of the first. 

Holmes, [Coddington, Ches.] barry of eight, az. and or; 
on a canton ar. a chaplet gu. (Another, the chaplet sa.) 



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Holmes, [Ireland] gu. a fesse ar. betw. three mullets or. — • 
Crest, on the point of u spear, issuing, a dolphin, uaiant, 

rpr- 

Holmes, [North Mynics, Herts.; and nani])oll, Yorks.] sa. 
on a lion ramp. ar. three bends gu. 

Holmes, [Lane] barry of six, or and az. ; on a canton ar. 
three roses gu. 

Holmes, [Ilampoll, Yorks.] .sa. a lion rainj). bendy of six, 
ar. and gu. — Crest, a denii griffin . .. 

Holmes, [Falholnie, Yorks.] barry of six, or and az. ; on 
a canton ar. a chajilet gu. — Crest, a lion's head, erased, 
or, on the head a cap of maintenance az. turned uji erra. 

Holmes, [Yorks.] barry of six, ar. and az. ; on a canton 
of the first, a ch.iplct gu. 

Holmes, [Yorks.] sa. a lion ramp. ar. j)owdered with cross 
crosslets of the field. 

Holmes, barry of eight, or and az. ; on a canton ar. three 
chaplets gu. 

Holmes, barry of six, az. and or, (Another, or and sa.) on 
a canton ar. a rose gu. 

Holmes, barry of six, or and az. ; on a canton ar. an escal- 
lop gu. 

Holmes, barry of six, or and sa.; on a canton of the first, 
an escallop gu. 

Holmes, or, two bars az. ; on a canton gu. a chaplet ar. in 
the sinister point a lion ramp. sa. 

Holmes, sa. a lion ramp. ar. 

Holmes, paly of six, or and az. a canton ar. 

Holmes, ar. three bars wavy az. ; on a canton gu. a lion 
pass. or. 

Holmes, ar. three bugle-horns sa. 

HoLMESHEAD, az. a garb or, banded vert. 

Hoi.r.iSHAW, ar. a cross potcnce flory sa. 

HoLOF.KOKE, or, a chev. gu. the point endingwith a cross 
pattce of the last. 

HoLOWE, gu. three crescents ar. within a bordure euar. 
or. 

HoLROYD, Earl of SHEFFIELD, Viscount Pevensey. 
Baron Sheffield of Dunamorc, Co. of flicatli, and Baron 
Sheffield of Rosconiuion, in the peerage of Ireland : 
Baron Sheffield of .Sheffield, Yorks. in the peerage of 
the United Kingdom. [Creations, Baron Sheffield of 
Dunaniore, 9 Jan. J7H1 ; ami of Roscunimon, 19 Oct. 
1783, and in default of issue male, remainder of this 
barony to the male issue of his two daughters. : Baron 
Sheffield of Sheffield, Yorks. 20 Junc,'lS02; Earl of 
Sheffield and Vise. Pevensey, 22 Jan. 181(J. Ifesi- 
itc/ices, Greave Hall, Yorks. ; and Sheffield Place, .Surrev. 
Town House, 20, Portland Place] quarterly ; first, az. on 
a fesse danecttee ar. betw. three sriffitis jiass. wines en- 
dorsed or, as many eseallojis gu. ; second, az. five cinque- 
fods, in saltier, ar. for Holroyd ; third, erm. on a chief 
gu. a demi lion ramp, issuani, or, for Elwood ; fourth, 
az. on a fesse or, betw. three swans' heads, erased, ar. 
diirally gorged of the second, as niaiiy cinquefoils gu. 
for BnLer. — Crest, a demi griffin, scgreaut, wings en- 
dorsed sa. holding betw. the claws a ducal coronet or. 
.Supporters, dexter, a lion reguard. ppr. ; sinister, a 
horse . . bridled pjir. Motto, Qinm Ic Hens esse j>.'ssif. 

Uolrond, [One of the Jiidrjes of the Court of Kiny's JJenc/i'] 
az. five spur-rowels, in saltier, or. — Crest, a tkini griffin 
or. 

llOLSALL, [Holsall] ar. three dragons' heads, erased, fire 
issuing from their months, ppr. 



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H()l.siiAiKE, ar. three tortcau-^es. 

lliil.sllKi r, az. a garb ar. banded 2:u. 

H<JISl^^"lF^. az. a garb or, banded ar. 

Jl •Uhfi(l\ az- a garb or, a bind ar. 

Iloi. STOCK, [Orsett, T^sjcx] or, on a bend engfr. sa. betw. 

t«o lions, salient, az. three bezants. — Crest, a deini man 

iii)r. cliained round the njiddle, and holding the chain in 

his sinister band, or; in the dexter, a chib raguly, ar. 
lloi.T, [Swaston, Candir.] ar. on a bend sa. three fleurs- 

de-l'i'' of the field. — Crest, a pheoii sa. 
Ih>lt, [r>rcreton, Ches.] ar. a chcv. betw. three salticrs 

engr. gn. 
Uolt, or llollc, [Twyford and Portsniouth, Hants.] ar. 

three fleurs-de-lis az. 
Ilolt, [Lane, and London. Granted 18 June, 1582] ar. 

on a bend cngr. sa. three fleurs-de-lis of the field. — 

Crest, a dexter arm, einbowed, in armour, ppr. garnished 

or, holding in the gauntlet a phcon sa. 
licit, [Lane] ar. on a fesse engr. sa. three pheons of the 

field. 
Holt, or HoUe, [Suff.] ar. on a bend engr. sa. (Another, 

az.) three flenrsde-lis or. — Crest, an arm, erect, coupcd 

at the elbow, habited ))er pale, az. and gu. in the hand 

ar. a phcon sa. 
holt, [Asloii, near }5iriningli3m, Warw.] az. two bars or, 

in chief a cross formee fitchee of the second. — Crest, a 

sqnnrel, srjant, or, holding a hazel-branch, slipped and 

fructed, all ppr. 
Jlolt, or, a fleur-de-lis az. 
Noll, ar. a cliev. bctw. tliree fleurs-de-lis gu. 
Holt, per pale, az. and gu. two bars or. 
Holt, ar. a chev. betw. three squirrels g;i. cracking nuts 

or. 
Jlolt, or Hnltc, or. three fleurs-de-lis gu. 
Holt, or Nolle, per fesse, az. and giv. two bars or. 
Holt, az. tliree fleurs-de-lis ar. 
HoLTBY, [Trjton, Yorks.] az. fretty ar. a chief of the 

second. 
HoLTE, [Erdinaton Hall, Warw.] The same arms and 

crest as Holt, Warw. Motto, Exullnvit humiles. 
Holtc, az. t«o bars oi-, betw. the bars a barruiet environed 

with an annulet of the last; in chief, a cross jiattee 

fitchee of the second. 
Nolle, . . , two chev. . . , a label of three ])oinls, in chief, . . 
Nolle. See Holt. 

HoLTEBY, az. a fret ar. a chief of the second. 
HoLTHENS, Vaire, or and az. 
HoLTHOUSF., vaive, or, gu. and az. 
Hoi.TinvAYLE, sa. a fret erni. 
HoLTiSBY, [Line] az. fretty ar. a chief of the last. 
Hoi.TOFT, [Yorks.] az. a cross, sarcelly, ar. 
lloltnft, sa. three fishes' heads, erased, liaurient, ar. 
Holloft. See Haltnft. 
Hoi/roN, az. on a bund or, three eagles displ. gu. — Crest, 

a maj) ppr. 
Holton, quarterly, az. and gu. a lion ramp. ar. 
Noltun, sa. three sallorels ar. 

IIoLTOST, sa. three dragon.s' heads, erased and erect, az. 
HfjLWAY, [\N'aton, Devons.] sa. two swords, in saltier, 

hilts and pomels in chief, all ar. ; the dexter surmonufcd 

by the sinister. 
Nolwaxj, [Devons.] gu. two swords, in saltier, ar. 
IJolnay, gu. a fesse betw. three crescents ar. — Crest, out 

of a ducal coronet or, a greyhound's head sa. 



Hoi.vvuLl., or, a bend sa. 

Nolwell, per chev. gu. and cim. ; iu chief, three cheis- 
rooks of the last. 

Holwell. See llollnwcll and Zephani. 

HoLWERE, ar. a bend gu. ; on a chief . ., two mullets . . . 

Uoi.woRTliEY, or, a chev. betw. three trefoils, slipped, 
sa. — Crest, a creyhound .., collared and lined ... 

Nolwortlieii, [rals:,'^ra\e, Norf.] or, on a chev. betw. three 
trefoils, slipped, sa. as many mullets of the field. 

HoLvvoKTHV, [Great Palsgrave, Norf.] The same arms. 

Nolicortliy, or, on a chcv. betw. three trefoils, sli])ped, sa. 
as manv cloiles ar. 

HolydaV, [Arc/ulcocon of Oxford, nb. 2 Oc<. ICCl] sa. 
three helmets, side-faced and close, within a bordure 
engr. ar. 

Hoi.YFE, [Gloiic] az. a chcv. or, betw. three crescents 
ar. 

liOLYLAND, per pale, ar. and sa. in chief two mullets, 
and in base a cinquefoil, all countcrchanged. — Crest, a 
' cross Calvary entwined by a serpent, all ppr. 

Ilohilani!, or ilollijland, per pule, ar. and sa. a cinquefoil 
betw. three mullets counterclianged. — Crest, a dcnii sa- 
vage, hand cufled, ppr. 

H'ji.YMA.N', ar. two bars, the first engr. on the upper side, 
the second on the under side, ax. betw. three roses gn. 
stalked and leaved vert, betw. the two roses in chief, as 
many martlets of the third. 

Hoi.YOKE, az. a chev. ar. cottiscd or, betw. three cres- 
cents of the second. — Crest, a crescent ar. (Another 
treat, a cubit ami; erect, habited gu. cuft'ar. holding in 
the hand ppr. an oak-branch vert, fructed or.) 

HoLYWooD, az. a chev. cngr. betw. three martlets or. 

llolywood. See NuUyicood. 

Hoi^YVVORTil, sa. three sparrow-hav. ks ar. menibercd or. 

Nulyuort/i, sa. three falcons ar. armed, jessed, and belled, 
or. 

HoMAK, Bart. [Dunlum, West Mealh, 1 Aug. 1801] vert, 
a chcv, or, betw . three pheons, points downwar<l, ar. — 
Crest, a lion's head, eraseii, or, on the head a cbapcau 
gu. turned up crni. JMoKo, Noiiio sinn. 

Home, Ramey, Karl of HOME, Barou Home and ILiron 
of Ddiiglas, Lord Lieutenant of the County of Berwick. 
[C;efl//o«s, Duron Home, 2 Aiir/. l-il'S; Earl of Home 
and Baron Dunglas, 4 March, 1004 ; assumed tiie sur- 
name of his maternal granfifather, " Raviey," in adilition 
to that of Home, bv royal permission, in 1814. Resi- 
dence, Home Castle, Berwick] quarterly ; first and fourth, 
vert, a lion rani|). ai. armed and langued gu. for lluinc ; 
second and third, ar. three jiopinjays vert, beakerl and 
niembered gu. for Pepdic, of Dunglas ; over all, an 
escutcheon or, charged with an orle az. for Londell. — 
Crest, a lion's head, erased, ar. on the head a cbapeau 
gu. turned up eini. Motto, over the crest, A Iwine, a 
home, a home. .Supporters, two lions ar. Motto, True 
to the end. 

Home, Bart. [Well I'lLanor Farm, Southampton, 2 Jiihj, 
10)3; Town House, oO, Sackville Street] vert, a lion 
ramp. betw. two piles cngr. issuing from the chief, ar. 
all within a bordure engr. of the last, charged with six 
popinjays of the field, beaked and niembered gu. — Crest, 
a lion's head, erased, ppr. thereon a label of three points 
ar. the middle point charcrcd with a fleur.-de-lis az. the 
others with a cross of ,St. George, gu. 

Home, [Jeweller, Edinburgh] quartciiy; first and fourth,. 



H O M 

vert, a lion ramp. ar. ; Sfcotul and thinl, ai. on a cliev. 

ar. three ciiiqiiefoils .,, all uilliiii a bnidiirr, quarterly, 

gu. and of tlie second. — Cicst, a lion's head, erased, ar. 

collared 15U. Motto, Tnie to the end. (A Subpiriber) 
Home, [Ailon, Scotland] The quartered arms of Home. 

and Pcp.div, charged in the centre with a rose su. 
Home, [Ecdcs, Scotland] quarterly ; first and fourth, 

Hume; second, Pcpdic : third, ar. three escutcheons 

vert, for Ilmnc, of 15roxmouth. — Crest, a lion's head, 

erased and l\di-laced. i\Iolto, 7V«c to the end. 
Home, [Ford] vert, a lion ran))), ar. within a hordure or. 
Home, [of th;it Ilk] quarterly ; first and fourth, vert, a lion 

rauip. ar. ; second and third, thiec popinjays vert, beak- 
ed and nicnibered gu. — Crest, a ])oi)injay's liead ppr. 
Home, [Kaincs] quarterly ; first, vert, a lion ramp. ar. ; 

second, ar. three popinjays vert ; third, ar. three liunting 

horns sa. stringed gu. ; fourth, gu. a pelican in her nest, 

or, all within a bordure enar. gu. — Crest, a pelican's 

head, couped, ppr. Motto, Inie to the end; or. Semper 

verus. 
Home, [Lumisden and Rentoun, Scotland] The same arms 

without the bordure. 
Home, [I^nhouse] quarterly ; first and fourth, vert, a lion 

ramp. ar. within a bordure crni. ; second and third, az. 

on a chcv. ar. three cinquefoils gu. — Crest, a lion's head, 

erased, p])r. Motto, True to the end. 
Home, [Longfarn)athas] quarterly ; first and fourth, vert, 

a lion ramp. ar. ; second and tliird, ar. three parrots 

vert, — Crest, a lion's head, erased. Motto, True to the 

end. 
Home, [Mcrcstoun] quarterly ; first and fourth, vert, a 

lion rauip. ar. ; second and third, ar. three jiarrots vert; 

over all, a crescent gu. 
Home, [Ninc^^ells, Scotland] vert, a lion ramp. ar. within 

a bordure or, charged with nine fountains, or wells, ppr. 

— Crest, a lion's head, erased, ar. collared gu. Motto, 

'IS-ue to the end. 
Home, [Spot, Scotland] quarterly ; first and fourth, vert, 

a lion ramp. ar. ; second and third, ar. three roses gu. 

slipped vert. 
Home, [Todderiek, Scotland] quarterly ; first aud fourth. 

Home; second and third, a popinjay vert, beaked and 

mcrabered gu. 
Home, [Wcddevburn, Scotland] quarterly; first and fourth. 

Home; second, Pepdie ; third, ar. a cross engr. az. for 

Sinclair, of I'ohvarth.— Crest, a unicorn's head and neck 

ar. gorged with a coronet, maned and horned or. Motto, 

Remember. 
Home, [Westcrloun] quarterly; first and fourth, vert, a 

lion ramp. ar. ; second and third, three popinjays vert ; 

over all, a rose gu. all within a bordure of tiie last. — 

Crest, a lion's bead, erased, ar. collared gu. charged with 

three roses. iMotto, True to the end. 
Home, [Whitcficld, Scotland] quarterly; first and fourth, 

as of Nincwells; second, Pepdie; third, ar. a stag's 

head, erased, with a cross pattee fitchee betw. his attires 

gu. for Ccirtieross. 
Home, [Scotland] vert, a lion ramp. ar. — Crest, on a cha- 

pcau gu. turned up erm. a lion's head, erased, of the 

last. 
Home, [East Grinstead, Suss.] gu. a fcsse vaire, or and 

az. 
HoMELL, or HoNELL, [SufT.] sa. a cross ar. 
HoMEJt, [West Town, Backwell, Somers.] crm. a fesse gu. 



HON 

Homer, ar. a cross-bow, unbent, sa. bctvi. four cocks gu. 
—Crest, a lion's gandi holdinii u)> 3 cross pattee. 

Homes, or, a fesse danccttee lietx*. three griffins' heads, 
erased, az. — Crest, an anteloi)e pass. p))r. 

Homes, [Soulhamplon] The same arms, ivitbin a bordure 
of the last, bizaiitee. 

HoMFF.EY, quarterly, ar. and sa. — lioire Mores's Nomina 
^- Insignia yentilitia. Omi'IHUE, sa. tour palets erm. 
Sir lidivard Bishe's Irish Ordinary of Arms, penes Co- 
mitem Cosford. Umi)!AY, Ikrks. ; O.mfkev, Warw. 
—Eetimi'of Gentnj Temp. Hen. TV. Homfiiay, 
[Stourton Castle and Ilvde Manor, StatTs. : Woollastan 
Hall, High Sheriff for' Wore, in 1793 : Broadwalers 
House and Red Hill House, Wore. : Cowerth Park, Rerks. 
and Penny Darren Place, Glamorganshire ; High Slieritr 
of Monmouthshire, in 1013; and M.P. for StatFord, in 
1818: Rhonda House, and Llani'afV House, Glamorc^an- 
shire; Hiuh SberiiV for this County, in 1809; A'niijhtcd 
in 1809 : Great Yarmouth, Norf. : and Yorks.] quarterly; 
first and fourth, gu. a cross botonnce, erm. with fi\e tails; 
second, quarterly, ar. and sa. ; third, sa. four palets, 
erm. — Crests, first, on a chapeau gu. turned up erm. a 
grithn's head, erased, az. beaked or; second, out of a 
ducal coronet or, a griffin's head az. ; third, on a wreath, 
an otter pass. ar. wounded on the left shoulder, and 
dropping blood, pjir. Motto, over the crest, ^'>llHeror 
710)1 vincor. Motto, under the arms, Vincit rpiipatiinr. 
Homfray-Addeneroke, [Wcoliastou Hall, Wore. 
High Sheriff of this County, in 1798] quarterly, az. aud 
ar. a fesse wavy or, betw. three crescents, counterchan- 
ged, quartering the three coats, as in Ho^ifray. — 
Crest, on a wreath, on the banks of a river ppr. an otter 
pass, per jiale, ar. and sa. charged with two crescents, 
counterchanjed. Giotto, Vineit qui patitnr. 

Homfraii, [Wales, and Rotherham, Yorks. 1674] gu. a 
cross botonnee erm. — Crest, an otter ppr. wounded in 
the sinister shoulder. 

HoMiLh, or IIUMMELL, [Scotland] ar. a bend betw. tv,o 
crescents gu. 

HoMOR, [Curab.] The same arms as Homer, 2nd. 

HoMPESCH, gu. a saltier engr. ar. 

Homyll, [Scotland] ar. a bend betw. a crescent, in chief, 
gu. and a fleur-de-lis, in base, az. 

HoMYNGFORD, crm. on a chief az. seven bezants, four 
and three. 

HoNCFrACH, or HoNYCHURCH, az. On a bend or, (Ano- 
ther, ar.) a boar's head betw. two mullets gu. 

HoNDE, sa. three pi(ka\es ar. 

HONDISACRE. See llONTSACRE. 

HoNDON', [Line] gu. a cliev. betw. three cross crosslets 

or, in chief a lion pass, of the second. 
Hondon, gu. a ehev. betw. three cross crosslets or; on a 

chief of the second, a lion ])ass. guard, of the first. 
HONDSACRE. See HONTSACRE. 

Hone, [Ottery, Devons.] ar. two bars wavy betw. three 
hone-stones az. 

Hone, [Devons.] ar. two bars wavy betw. three billets, sa. 

Hone. The same arms. — Crest, a sword, in pale, ppr. en- 
signed with a cross pattee. 

Hone, [Ireland] az. two bars betw. six billets, or. — Crest, 
on amount, overgrown with rye-grass, a birch-tree, ppr. 

HoNEPK, az. a chev. betw. three lozenges or. 

HoNELi,, [Ashboking, SutF.] sa. a cross betw. four wntcr- 
bousets, ar. 



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H O O 



Iloitetl. [Siiff.] sa. lliree crescents ar. 

lloNEVMAN, [Scotland] ar. a bend eiigr. and voided gu. 
Crest, an arrow, in pale, point downwards. 

llmu-ymau, or Ilonijinan, [Scotland] ar. three bcndlets, 
each cottisod, eiij;r. on the outer side, gu. 

IloNVORD, ar. a thcv. betw. three muscles gu. 

IlottJ'urd, sa. an etoile of eight points ar. radiated. — Crest, 
oil a tap of maintenance az. turned up erm. a dragon 
pass. gu. 

Ilonford, sa. an etoile ar. 

MoNGBRiGG, [Yorks.] ar. a bend betw. two cocks sa. 

Jlonqbrigy, [Yorks.] ar. three cocks, iu bend, cottised, sa. 

JIONGEKFOKD, az. a cross poniettee, interlaced at each 
ci)d with an annulet, or, betw. four bezants; on a chief 
ar. a griffin ]>ass. sa. 

Hon INCH AM, [Yorks.] ar. two crosses formce, iu fesse, 
sa. 

HoNINGTON, ar. a chcv. sunuounted with a fesse, sa. 

IIONNER, or HoNXERE, erm. on a bend gu. a cinqucfoil 
in the chief point, or. 

JIoNNERS, or, on a bend az. three cinquefoils of the first, 
betw. as many hacks' heads, erased, sa. 

HoNNEYMlLL, or IloNNIMILT., [Scotland] ar. a fleur- 
de-lis, in thief, az. and in base a crescent gu. 

HONNYTON, ar. a fesse betw. two thev. sa. — Crest, a 
hand holding a dart, point upwards. 

Honor, vr Honnor, ar. a chev. betw. three tjuatrefoils 
az. stalked vert. — Crest, a serpent, nowed, sa. sjiotted 
or. 

HoNSTON, ar. a lion, salient, sa. 

HoNTEARK, j)er chev. cngr. or and az. in chief an eagle 
displ. sa. 

HoNTE, ar. a bordure gu, bezantee. 

Jionte, per pale, ar. and sa. a saltier counterchanged. 

IIoHtc, sa. a fesse betw. three cinquefoils or. 

JLmte, az. a chev. betw. three martlets ar. 

HoNTIXGDON, gyronny of eight, or and sa. 

Ho.NTSACRE, IJo.MlSACRE, or HoNDiSACRE, erm. three 
chess-rooks gu. 

noNTSTox, [Line] ar. a lion ramp. sa. armed az. 

HoNYCHURCH, [Aviton-Gifl'ord, Devons.] az. on a bend 
ar. a dragon's head, erased close to the head, betw. two 
mullets gu. 

Uonychurch, nz. (Another, gu.) on a bend ar. a boar's 
head betw. two mullets, gu. 

Iloiiychiirck. Sec UoiicJiach. 

lioNYMAN, Bart. [Armadale and Grremsay, Orkney, 19 
■^loi/, 1U04] ar. a bend eugr. voided, gu. — Crest, an ar- 
row, palewuys, point downwards, or, feathers ar. Sup- 
porters, two lions ramp, guard, ppr. Motto, Progrcderc 
ve r eg rede re. 

llonyman. See Honeyman. 

iloNYNGTON, ar. a i'esse and chev. sa. 

ilouyngltin, ar. a fesse betw. two thev. sa. 

HoNYPOT, or. seven torteauxes, two, two, two, and one. 

HoNYTON, per ftsse, az. and ar. a pale counterchanged, 
three kingdshers of the secorid. 

HoNYWooD, Hart. [Evingtou, Kent, ^'JJulg, IGGO ; since, 
also, of Scene, near llithe, iu the same County] ar. a 
thcx. betw. three hawks' heads, erased, az. — Crest, a 
wolf's head, couped, erm. Motto, Omne bonum dc 

'/'■>nj,co<,d, [Mark's Hall, Co2--csIk,1I, Essex; E\iii;lon, 
LIniestcd, aiid Sibton near I'olkstone, Kent] ar. a thev. 



betw. three eagles' heads, erased, az. — Crest, a wolf's 
head, erased, erm. 

IIojDjwoiul, [Pette, and Send-New ington near Hythc, Kent. 
Croiiled, by patent, 10 Nov. 1-^70] ar. a chev. betw. 
three falcons' heads, erased, az. beaked or. 

llottyu-ood, [Kent] ar. a chev. az. betw. three hawks' 
heads, couped, sa. 

Ilonyuood, [Kent] ar. a thev. quarterly, sa. and gu. 

IIoityiLood, ar. a chev. per jiale, sa. and az. counterchan- 
ged battellv tounler-batttlly, betw. three hawks' heads, 
erased, of the third. 

Iloiiyuood, ar. a chev. az. betw. three biids, with wings 
expanded, sa. 

Hunyicond, ar. a chev. quarterly, sa. and gu. battelly coun- 
ter-battelK, betw. three hawks' heads, erased, az. bil- 
lettee of the tiehl. 

Jlonyicood, ar. a chev. betw. three talbots pass. gu. 

Hoo, [Heds. ; and Taules-Waldcn, Herts.] quarterly, ar. 
and sa. 

lloo, [Hoo, Beds. Temp. Hen. )'/.] quarterly, sa. aud ar. 

Hoc, or Hoe, [Ik-ds.] quarterly, or and sa. 

Hoo, [Barnham, Norf.] quarterly, sa. and ar. — Crest, ou 
a thapeau .., a grillin, segreant, ... 

Hoo, [Biadely, Staffs.] quarterly, sa. and ar. within a bor- 
dure erniinois. 

Hoo, or Hoe, [Sufi.] quarterly, sa. and ar. a Lend or. 

Hoo, or Iloe. The same arms. — Crest, a hand holditig a 
hautboy. 

Hoo, quarteily, ar. anil sa. — Crest, a bull pass, quarterly, 
nr. and sa. 

Hoo, ar. three circles of chains sa. 

Hoo, ar. on a fesse sa. betw. three goals' heads, erased, of 
the field, armed or, each having an annulet in the mouth 
of the last; a fret betw. two birds of the third. 

Hoo, or Hoc, az. a fret ar. and chief sa. 

Hoo, ar. cii a fesse dantettee sa. three mullets or. 

Hoo, or Hoe, ar. on a chief indented sa. three mullets or. 
(Another, pierced gu.) 

Hood, Viscount HOOD of Whitley, Warw. ; Baron Hood 
of Cathcrington, Hants.; and a Baronet, English titles; 
Baron Hood of Calliei ington, Ireland. [Creations, Bart. 
19 j)Iay, 1778 ; Baron of Irclaiul, 12 Sept. 1782 ; Baron 
of England, 27 March, 17M.3; anri Vise. 1 June, M96. 
Residence, Catherinntoii House, Hants.] az. a fret or; on 
a chief sa. three crescents of the setoiu!. — Crest, a corn- 
ish chough ppr. Suppoiters, dexter, a merman, in his 
exterior hand a trident ; sinister,a mermaid, in her ex- 
terior hand a mirror, all ]ipr. Motto, Vcntis iecinidi':. 

Hood, Baron BKIDPOKT of Cricket St. Thomas. [CVc- 
ation, 12 Ang. 1704. Jieiidcnce, Redlinth, Wilts. Toini 
House, 12, \\ impole Stieet] az. a fret ar. ; on a chief or, 
three crescents sa. — Crest, a cornish chough, suppoitin:; 
will) the dexter claw an anchor or. Siipportcrs, drxter, 
Neptune ])pr. mantled veit, su|)porting wilh the sinister 
hand a trident, and rtsling the dexter on an anchor, or; 
sinister, a sea-lion ar. >upporting with the sinister paw 
an anchor or. Motto, Steady. 

Hood, Bart. [Tidlakc, Surrey* 1:J April, 180.0; since of 
Wootton, Soiners.] az. a fret ar. ; on a chief sa. three 
cre.«ce!its or. — Crest, a cornish chough holdins an anchor 
on the dexter side, in bend sinister, ppr. Motto, Zeal- 
ous. 

H()on,.T0UN, Esq. [Honridgc, Sculland] jiaricd per<:;.-i, 
-sa. and ar. over all a bend of llie last, charntd willi 

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HOP 



tlnce cocks g;u. — Crest, ai: arrow and a Iieiit bow, in 
saltip)-, ]i|)r. i\Iotto, over the crest, Olim nic erat ; and 
unilciiitatli tlip arms, S/iriiuuodc. (A Subseriber) 

JIuod, or Hoods, [licclor of Lincoln Coll. Oxon, and Ich- 
foid, nca)- Ihitlr, Bucks, who died 3 Aiic/. KjOU] az. a 
fret ar. ; on a thief sa. three crescents or. — Crest, a 
coruish chough sa. beaked and niembered gu. 

HooDE, cheqiiv, or and gu. a canton sa. 

IIOODEMIY. Sec IIaWDENBY. 

Hoods. See Hood. 

HooF.STEri EJ!, ar. three passion-nails, tiie points in base, 

az. — Cre.>f, a talbot, sejant, az. collared ar. 
HoOGAN, [Castlcaere, Norf.] ar. a chev. vaire, or and gu. 
belw. three hurts, each charged willi a lion's gamb, era- 
■ sed, of the field. 
Hook, az. a fesse botw. tliree fleurs-de-lis or. — Crest, a 

fish haurienl. 
HooKE, [Cranisbot, Southampton. Confirmed 20 Oct. 
IGOO] quarterly, sa. and ar. a cross bctw. four escallops 
countevchanged. — Crest, on a mural crown or, an escal- 
lop sa. betw. two \vin£:s of the first. 
.JJonkc, [f^ondon] The same arms and crest. 
Hooke, [Major of the Rojal Artillery] The same arms 

and crest. 
Hooke, [Yorks. Temp. Ediv. /.] az. a fesse betw. three 

fleurs-de-lis ar. 
Hooke, ar. on a cross (Another, engr.) gu. five water- 

bougets or. 
Hooke, or Hoke, quarterly, ar. and sa. a cross (Another, 
engr.) betw. four escallops countcrchanged. — Crest, an 
escallop sa. betw. two wings ar. 
Hooke. Sec Hoke. 

HoOKEn, alios VowELL, [Exeter, Devons.] ar. a fesse 
vair, betw. two lions pass, guard, sa. — Crest, a bind 
))ass. or, in the mouth a branch, leaved vert, flowered 
ar. 
HDoker, [Alway, Glouc. ; Bramshot, Hants.; Hanchford, 
Surrey; and Chichester, Suss.] quarterly, ar. and sa. a 
cross betw. four escallops countcrchanged. — Crest, an 
escallop sa. betw. two wings ar. 
Hooker, [Lord Mayor of London, 1G74] The same arms 

and crest. 
Hooker, or, a fesse vair, betw. two lions pass. sa. 
Hooker, sa. a fesse betw. six fleurs-de-lis aj'. — Crest, a denii 
eagle displ. gu. charged on the breast \vith a ducal coro- 
net or. 
Hooker, gu. on a fesse engr. ar. bctw. three tinqucfoils or, 

two fleuis-de-lis az. 
Hooker, gu. a fesse engr. betw. three roses ar. 
HoOKTlAM, vert, an eagle, \vith two heads displ. ar. — 

Crest, a cnp ar. 
HooKLAY, or, on a fesse, betw. three niaseks gu. as many 
plates. — Crest, an arm, embowed, vested gu. cuffed ar. 
holding iu the hand jipr. a branch of oak vert, acorned 
ppr. 
HooKLEY, ar. on a fesse, betw. three mascles gu. as many 

plates. 
HooEE, barry of six, or and gu. — Crest, a rose gu. barbed 

vert, seeded or. 
Hooi.EY, az. a bend betw. three mullets or. — Crest, out of 

a mount vert, a tree ppr. 
HooPEU, [Liiikinghornc, Curnw.] ar. on a fesse gu. Let 
three ninllcts of the last, as many ring>. of the first. 
— Crest, a denii lioiv holdu.g a ring betw. his paws. 



Hooper, [London ; Stanuiore Cottage, Midd. ; and Sarunr, 
Wilts.] or, on a fesse, betw. three boars pass. az. as 
many annulets of the first. — Crest, a boar's head, erased 
at the neck, az. bczantee, armed and criucd or. 
Hooper, [Ilendford, Yeovil, Somers.] •.:yronny of ei::ht, 
erni. and az. o\er all a castle ar. — Crest, a denii woll, 
couped, holding in the dexter paw au oak-branch, friic- 
ted, all ppr. 
Hooper, or, on a fesse gu. betw. three falcons, close, az. as 

many bezants. 
Hoops, gu. a fesse erni. betw. three lions' heads, erased, 

ar. — Crest, on a plate a cornish chough ppr. 
Hoops. The same arms, within a bordure az. charged with 
two crescents in thief, and a mullet in base, or. — Crest, 
as the last. Motto, Amo. 
HooRn, [Paikbromagp, Salop] ar. on a chief or, a hawk 

sa. — Crest, a nag's head ar. maned or. 
HooRNE, gu. a fret vair. 
HoosT. See Host. 
HooTE, or HoTTOT, [Glouc] az. a chev. or, betw-. three 

crescents ar. 
HooTON, [Chcs.] ar. on a bend vert, three mullets or. 
Hooton. The same arms. — Crest, a chevalier holding hii 

horse by the bridle with the de.xter hand ppr. 
Hooton, p.r. on a bend sa. three mullets or. 
HoPCOT, [Cornw.] ar. on a chev. betw. three boars [.ass. 
sa. aimed or, as many roses of tlie last, barbed vert. — 
Crest, a fox's head, erased, ppr. 
HoPCROFT, ar. a cross engr. gu. within a bordure engr. 

of the last. — Crcbt, a steel cap. 
Hove, Earl of HOPETOUN, Viscount .Aithrie and Biron 
Hope, of Lanark, in the .))eerage of Scotland ; Baron 
Hopetoun of Hopetoun, and Baron Niddry of Linlithiow, 
of the United Kingdom; hereditary Sheriti" of Linlitbzow, 
and Keeper of Lochmaben Castle. [Creations, Siotti-h 
titles, 5 April, 1703; Baron Hopetoun, 3 Feb. }r.00 ; 
and Baron Niddry, 17 i'iloy, 1814. Hesidcnces, Ma-. sale 
Park, Dumfriesshire; and Hopetoun House, Liulnhjow- 
shire] az. on a chev. or, betw. three bezants, a laurel- 
leaf, slipped, ppr. — Crest, a broken globe, under a rain- 
bow, with clouds at each end, all \<\<r. Supporters, two 
ladies, in loose garments, each holding an anchor in her 
exterior hand, as the emblem of Hope. Motto, Ai srpcs 
■non fractu. 
Hope, Lieutenant General, Sir John, N. S. Barf. [Craig- 
hall, Scotland, 16-28] az. a chev. or, betw. three bezants. 

Crest, a broken globe surmounted by a rainbow- ppr. 

Motto, At spes infracta. (A Subscrihcr) 

Hope, [Cornwall] quarterly ; first and fourth, az. a chev. 
or, betw. three bezants, within a bonlurc of the second, 
for Hope; second and third, ar. a greyhound, current, sa. 
betw. three cornish choughs ppr. w ithin a bordure engr. 
gu. charged with eight crosses formee nr, and as many 
bezants, for H'lV/wws. — Crests, first, on a globe an an- 
chor, for Hope; second, a cubit arm, erect, habited sa. 
cuft'or, holding in the hand ppr. au acorn-branch \cn, 
fructed of the second, for Williams. 
Hope, [\orthall-Conrt, Midd.] erm. two chev. engr. az. 

betw. three escallops gu. 
Hope, [Ralcomy, Scotland] az. on a chev. ar. bctw. three 
bezants, as many palets gu. — Crest, a broken globe 
sutmouuted by a raiidxiw ppr. Mutto, .1/ *;'<-.■.• S'Ja^ 
men. 
Hope, [Granton, Scotland] az. on a chev. or, bctw. three 



HOP 

bezants, a rose gu. — Crest, as before. Motto, Spero 
iuspiru donee. 

Il'pt', ['^''''■"■> Scotlanrl] az. on a chev. or, betw. three 
be7iints, a roc-buck, current, of the first. — Crest, the 
same. Motto, Spes tauten infracia. 

Jliipc, [Riiikcilior, ScoILukI] Tlie saine as of Craighall, i 
within a bordure or, for ditf. — Crest and motto the ' 
same. 

Jlupe, [Dorking, Surrey] The same arms and crest as of 
Craighall. 

HoPisFlF.LD, vert, a bend or. 

Hopkins, [Newland, Cilouc. ; and Lincohi's Inn, London. 
Granted 1734] erni. on a fosse gu. a lion pass, guard. 
ar. ; a canton of the second charged \vith a rose or. — ' 
Crest, an ostrich's head, conpcd, erni. holding in the I 
beak a key az. , 

llupkiiis, [Conjtniied 20 Jan. 1773, ii/ Sic/n Manual, to] 

Ji(}nd, of Hachncii , to take, t/tc name and arms I 

of Hopkins] quarterly; first and fourth, sa. on a chev. 
erniinois, betw. three pistols or, as many roses gu. barb- 
ed and seeded ppr. for Hopkins; second and thir<l, ar. ' 
on a chev. pcan, three bezants, for Bond. — Crests, iirst, ! 

' a castle in tianies p])r. (barged with two ])ellels, in fesse, 
for IlopJdns : second, a lion sejant erm. for Bond. 

Hopkins, [Ireland] ar. on a fesse, betw. three roses gu. a 
lion pass, of the field. — Crest, on an oak-plant, a bird 
ppr. 

Hopkins, [Maryland. Granted, 1764] sa. on a chev. betw. 
two pistols, in chief, or, and a silver medal, with the 
French King's bust, inscribed Louis X^'. tied at the toji 
with a red ribbon, in base, a laurel rhajilet in the centre, 
a scalp on a stafl' on the dexter, and a tomahawk on the 
sinister, all \)]>t. a chief embattled ar. — Ciesi, on a wreath 
or and sa. a rock, over the top a battery, in |ierspective, 
thereon the French ilag hoisted, an ollicer of the Queen's 
Royal American Rangers on the said rock, sword in hand, 
all ppr. round the crest this motto, Jnttr priinos. 

Hopkins, [Stnfl's.] sa. on a chev. betw. three pistols or, as 
many roses gu. — Crest, a tower ar. with flames issuing 
froni the top and windows ppr. 

Hopkins, [.\rundel, Suss.] The same arms and crest as of 
New land, Glouc. 

HopKlNsoN, [Alford, Line] az. on a clic\. ar. betw. 
three etoiles or, as many lozenges gu. all within a bor- 
dure of the third.— Crest, a demi lion ramp. sa. 

Hnpkiyiso?), [Lofthouse, Yorks.] vert, three pillows erm. 

Hopkinson , az. on a chev. betw. three trefoils ar. as many 
lozenges gu. within a bordure of the third. 

HoPKIRK, gu. on a saltier engr. betw. four lleurs-de-Iis 
ar. a crescent of the (ield. — Crest, an arm, in armour, 
pointing with one finger to a crescent, all ppr. Motto, 
Spero procedere. 

HovPARE, [Scotland] ar. three roses, in fesse, gu. — Crest, 
a lion ramp. gu. holding a lleur-de-lis or. 

HoppE, vert, a swan, with win^s endorsed, ar. — Crest, a 
demi swan, wings endorsed, ppr. 

HoppErt, [De\ons.] gyrouiiy of tight, or and erm. o\er 
all a tower, triple-towered, ar. 

Hopper, [Silksworth, Durham] gyronny of eight, sa. and 
orm. o\ er all, a tower, triple-towered, ar. masoned of the 
first. — Crest, a tower as in the arms. 

Hopper ^ViUinmsnn, [Rcctjrdcr of Newcai^tlc upon Tvne] 
quarterly; first and fourth, tiyroiuiy ofeiilit, sa. and eim. 
over all a tower, trij)le-towered, ar. masoned; second 



il O P 

and third, ar. three annulets, ami, in chief, two lalliers, 

gu. ; ou an arms of pretence or, a chev. betw. three 

cinquefoils gu. — forest, as the last. 
Hopper, [of that lik] az. in chief two roses ar. in base a 

crescent or. 
Hopper, [Scotland] ar. three roses gu. 
Hopi'EY, paly of six, ar. and az. a chief or. — Crest, a 

stag's head,'cal>o>scd, gu. betw. the attires a cross cross- 
let (itchcc of the last. ~ 
Hoppcij. The same amis. — Crest, a dester hand ppr. 

holding a (lenr-de-lis, in pale, az. 
HopsoN, ar. on a chev. az. betw. three torteauses, as 

many roses of the first, a chief, couiiter-componee of the 

second and or. — Crest, a stag, lodged, ppr. 
lIoPTON, [Ermeley Hall] ar. two bars sa. on each three 

mullets, jiierced, of the first. 
Hoplon, [Glouc. Temp. Edic. /.] gu. a lion ramp, or, 

within an orle of cross crosslets of the last. 
Hopton, [Glouc.] ar. crusily fitchec sa. a lion rani]', az. 
Hoplon, [Ilopton, Heref.] gu. semec of cross crosslets, a 

lion ram]), or. — Crest, on a lion's head, erased, or, a 

bend gu. charoed with three cross crosslets of the first. 
Hoplon, [Noif.] The same arms and crest, a uiullet in a 

crescent for (lift". 
Hopton, [Ho])ton and Heyton, Salop] gu. crusily fitchec 

or, a lion ramj). of the second. 
Hoplon, or Opton, [Salop] gu. a lion ramp. betw. six 

cross crosslets or. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a 

griffin's head ar. in the beak a dexter hand ppr. 
Hopton, [Somers. and Blithbou, Suff.] erm. two bars sa. 

on each three mullets or. — Crest, a gritlin jiass. ar. 

hoKling in the dexter claw a stone sa. 
Hapten, [Suft'.] ai. a chev. az. and label of three points of 

the second, each charged with five bezants. 
Hopton, [.'\rmly Mall, Yorks.] ar. a fesse sa. in chief three 

martlets gu. 
Hopton, [Yorks.] ar. two bars sa.eaeh charged with three 

nudlets of six points or. 
Hopton, [Yorks.] ar. two bars sa. on each three mullets 

or. 
Hopton, erm. two bars sa. each charged with three muliets 

of six points or. 
Hopton, ar. two bars sa. ou each a mullet, pierced, or. 
Hopi.on, harry of six, ar. and sa. a mullet of as many points 

or. 
Hoptoii, or, crusily az. a lion ramp, of the last. 
Hopton, ar. a chev. az. (Another adds, a label of three 

])oints erm.) 
Hopton, harry of six, ar. ami sa. as many mullets or, three, 

two, and one. 
Hopton, ar. on two bars sa. three mullets or, two and one. 
Hopton, gu. a demi lion, erect, in a tun, ar. 
Hoplon, az. a bend, ccttiseil, ar. betw. six crosses jiattee or, 

within a bordure engr. gu. jilatee. 
Hoplon, or, a lion, hopjiing in a tun, gu. 
HoPVVEI.L, [Devons.] ar. three hares, playing on bagj)i;)cs, 

<;u. two and one. 
HoPWlLf., — CresI, a dexter hand holding a gillyf.ower 

Hopwoon, [Chopwood] paly of six, ar. and vert. 

Hopwood, [Heref.] az. a jiile or. 

Hopirood, [Hojiwoo I, Lane] harrv of six, ar. and \crt, on 

the second an escallop of the first. 
Hopxcood, [Salo])] or, a ])ile az. 



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JJojiwood, paly of six, ar. and vert, an eicallop lor diff. — 
Crest, out of a ducal corooet or, a gritliu's liead, per 
pale, ar. and sa. 

HoRAN, [Ireland] gu. a chief bendy of eight, az. and ar. 
—Crest, a hand holding a ciitihion ppr. 

Horan, Oi\ Jlorvn, ar. a lion ramp, guard, go. 

HoRANE, or HoRNE, gu. a fret vair, 

HORBON. See HOKEYN. 

HoRnuN, [Yorks.] ar. six bars az. 

HoRBURY, barry often, ar. and az. a bend gu. 

HORBYN, or HoRBOH, [Yorks.] barry of eight, ar. and 
&z. 

Horde, az. on a tliicf ar. a fleur-de-lis of the field. 

HoRDEBY, gu. a fesse dantcttee ar. betw. ten billets of 
the last, four in t^iief, and three, two, and one in base. 

IIORDEN, [Kent] per pale, ar. and sa. two wolves pass, 
betw, three quatrefoils in pale, within a bordure, all 
counterchanged. 

Harden, per pale, ar. and sa. two wolves betw. three cinque- 
foils in pale, counterchaiijed, within a bordure per pale 
gu. and or. — Crest, a dciui wolf, per cross, sa. and ar. 
holding in thu dexter foot a quatrcioil, quartered of the 
second and first. 

HoRDE>.TYN, or, a bend betw. six billets az. 

HoRE, or IIoKEM, [Trenoulli, Cornw.] az. on a bend ar, 
three torteauxes. 

Hare, or Jlurem. The same arms. — Crest, a hand holding 
a sickle ppr. 

Horc, [Devons. and Norf.] sa. a bend or. 

Hore, [\\an\.] sa. three cinquefoils ar. pierced gu. 

Horc, vert, a stag's head, cabossed, ar. betw. the attires a 
cross foruiee of the last. 

Hore. See Hoarc. 

HoRELD; [Lane] sa. on a fesse battelly ar. three tor- 
teauxes. 

HoREViM., or HoRViLL, ar. ou a chev. gu. three (Ano- 
ther, five) bezants. 

HoRLEY, ar. a chev. az. betw. three magpies ppr. 

Uorley, sa. a fret erm. 

HoRMAN, az. a bend ar, betw. two pelicans' heads, era- 
sed, or. — Crest, a lizard guard, sa. 

HoRMisTON, [Hormiston, Scotland] ar. three pelicans, 
vulning thea)selves, gu. 

Horn, Frederic, Esq. [Biphojjwearmoutb, Durham] gu. 
three herons ar.- — Crest, a heron, close, ppr. holding' in 
the bill a standard staff, the banner flotaut, thereon the 
,word Hastings. Motto, Nil desperandum. 

(Sec Pi. of Arms) 

Horn, [Germany] or, three bugle-horns sa. 

Horn, [Norf.] gu. on a chev. engr. betw. three herons ar. 
a cinqiiefoil of the first. 

Horn, [Salop] gu. a fesse vair. — -Crest, an owl ppr. 

Horn, [^\'esterhall, Scotland] ar. a fesse wavy, cottised, 
az. betw. three unicorns' heads, coupcd, in chief, and a 
bugle-horn, in base, garnished of the first, stringed of 
the third. — Crest, a btigle-horn az. garnished and string- 
ed ar. Motto, 3Ionitns mimilus. 

Horn, [Suss.] gu. a fret vair. 

Horn, ar. a lion ramp, guard, gu, 

Hoiit. See Home. 

Ho UN AC OT, [Horiiacot, Cornw,] gu. a bugle-horn, string- 
ed, or. 

HoRNUKoOK, [Tavistock, Devons.] ar. two bars wavy az. 
betw. six crescents, three, two, and one. 



Hornby, [Line] gu. on a fesse erm. betw. three bugle- 
horns, stringed, ar. as many boars' heads, erased, or. 

Hornby, [Newcastle upon Tyne] ar. on a fesse betw. three 
hunting horns sa. stringed gu. as many fleurs-de-lis of 
the field. 

Hornby, ar. a chev. betw. three bugle-horns sa. ( Anotlier, 
stringed gu.) — Crest, a leopard pass. ppr. 

Hornby, ar. a chev. betw. three bugle-horns sa.— Crest, a 
Iloman soldier in full armour ppr. 

Hornby, ar. three bugle-horns, stringed, gu. 

Horn U YE, sa. frelty ar. a label of three points gu. 

HoRNCASTLE, [Dublin. Granted in Ireland, 9 June, 
1G83] erm. a chev. gu. ; on a chief vert, two towers ar. 
— Crest, a unicorn's head, erased, vert, armed and ma- 
ned or, charged on the neck with a trefoil of the last. 

Uorucastle, per chev. crni. and vert; on a chief gu. three 
towers ar. — Crest, on a chapeau a serpent, uowed, ))j)r. 

Hornden, [Kent] ar. a bugle-horn, garnished and string- 
ed, sa. 

Horne, [Cambr. and Lord Mayor of London, 1487] gu. 
on a chev. betw. three talbots pass. ar. a bugle-horn sa. 

Horne, [Kent] ar. on a chev. betw. three bugle-horns sa. 
as many etoiles of six points (Another, mullets) or. 

Horne, [Kent] sa. on a chev. ar. betw. three bugle-horus 
or, as many mullets, pierced, gu. 

Horne. The same arms. — Crest, a hand gu. holding a 
liawk's leure ar. 

Home, [Lane] gu. three chev. or. 

Horne, [London] ar. on a chev. engr. gu. betw. three bu- 
gle-horns sa. as many mullets, pierced, of the first. 

Home, or Horn, [Oxon] gu. three chev. or. 

Hume, [Oxon] ar. a cliev. engr. gu. betw. three unicorns' 
heads, erased, az. 

Home. The same arms. — Crest, a unicorn's head, erased, 
az. seraee of raascles or. 

Home, [Auld's Arnold, Salop ; Suss.; and Warw.] gu. a 
fesse vair. 

Horne, sa. three bucle-horns ar. — Crest, a bugle-horn as 
in the arms. 

Home, sa. on a chev. betw. three talbots pass. ar. a bugle- 
horn of the field, stringed gu. — Crest, a talbot, sejant, 
ar. collared and lined or. 

Horne, erm. three bulls pass. or. — Crest, a bull's head, 
cou[ied, or. 

Home, gyronny of eight, or and az. ; on a bend counter- 
embattled ern). three unicorns' heads, couped, sa. 

Home, ar. a leopard ramp. gu. 

Hume, ar. three bugle- horns, in p;de, sa. 

Horne, az. on a chev. betw. three talbots pass. ar. a bugle- 
horn sa. 

Home. See Hnranc. 

Horneby, or, three hunting horns gu. stringed sa. 

Hokneck, [St. Margaret's, Westminster. Granted June, 
I'ni] ar. three bugle-horns, one in chief, and two in 
base, ccunter-enibowed, az. adorned, stiins:ed, and gar- 
nished, or. — Crest, a trunk of a tiee, cosjj^d, pj;r. from 
the sinister chief corner springs a fresh branch vert. 

Horneley. See Horn ley. 

Horner, [Dors.] sa. on a bend, betw. six crosses formce 
ar. three bugle-horns or. 

Horner, [Caleford, Soniers. Granted 1-58-1] sa. three 
hounds ])ass. ar. — Crest, a hounfl, sejant, ar. collared 
and lined or. 

Horner, [Scotland] .. three hunting horns, stringed, sa. 



H O R 

Crest, a stag's beaJ, erased, ppr. Motto, Nitor in 

ttdccrsiim. 
JJonirr, sa. on a beiu! bctw. six crosses pattee filchee ar. 

three biigle-horiis, slriiigcd of the first. 
Horner, ar. thice biigle-horns sa. garnished or. 
jlOKNF.s, ar. tiircc huirle-horiis, in i>'ilc, gu. — Crest, a 

(rritlin, sejant, ppr. resting tlie foot on a shield of the 

nrnis. 
1/iinirs, or, three bugle-horns, in ])alc, gu. 
HouNfsi'Y, gu. on a bend, betsv. three cross crosslets ar. 

11 mullet. 
llorncsby. See Uornshy. 
lloKNHii.L, or, three roses en. 
lioiiNlBKOOKE, [Granted IG X>ec. 1CG3] barry wavy of 

six, ar. and az. over all three crescents sa. 
HoRMOLD, [Breedon and Blacknioni-Park, ^Vorc.] az. 

on a bend embattled ar. a gTeyhouud, current, bctw. two 

escallops sa. — Crest, a deuii unicorn gu. crincd and 

armed or. 
H0UNI.EV, Hor.NLY, or HoKNELEY, or, three bugle- 

liorns gu. 
HoRNSBV, or HoRKESBY, gu. a bend betw. six cross 

crosslets or. — Crest, a dcmi bear ramp. sa. 
HoKNSEV, or, on a fesse, per pale, ar. and sa. a fesse 

wavy counterchanged, bctw. three an])ukts of the third. 

— Crest, a rock ppr. Motto, Semper cadeiii. 
i/o>7isc(/, gu. a bend betw. six cross crosslets ar. 
HoRNSLEY, gu. a bend betw. six cross crosslets (Avolkcr, 

6tchee) ar. 
HoROLD, gu. three crosses nioline erni. 
HoRON", [Sir Gerard] ar. a lion ramp, guard, gu. 
IJORRELL, ar. three torteauxes, in bend, cottiscd gu. a 

chief sa. — Crest, a crow feeding jipr. 
HoRBOCKS, [Penwortham Lodge, Lane] or, a fret az. ; 

on a chief of the last, a bee, \olant, bctw. two shuttles, 

in pale, of the first. — Cresl, on a rock, an eugic, with 

wings tlevuted and endorsed, ppr. pendent from the 

beak a shield gu. charged with a hank of cotton ar. 
llorrocks, or, a fret az. ; on a chief of tlie last, two bees, 

volant, of the first. — Crest, on a mount, a hawk, with 

wings endorsed, ])pr. Wotfo, Spe. 
HoKSBY, ar. two horses, current, in pale, gu. 
HoRscoTE, ar. a cross sarcelly betw. four roses or. — 

Crest, a chevalier, in full arniour, holding in the dexter 

hand a scimitar, all ppr. 
HoRSEBUKGH, [of that Ilk] &■/.. a horse's head, coujjed, 

ar. — Crest, a horse's head. Motto, JEgre de tramitc 

recto. 
HoRSEFALL, [Staresgall, Yorks. Grunted IGlL'J gu. a 

bezant betw. three horses' heads, coujx-d, ar. bridled 

az.— Crest, a horse's head, couped, erm. 
Ilorsefall, gu. three hor.ses' heads, coupeil, ar. — Crest, on 

a ducal coronet or, a swan, with wings endorsed, ar. du- 

cally gorged gu. 
HoRSEt'iKLD, or HoRSKORn, az. on a chev.' ar. three 

lions' heads, erased, . .. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet, 

a denii pegasus. 
UoRsELEV, az. a fesse or, betw. thiee horses' heads, era- 
sed, ar. bridled gu. within a bordure goboiiated of the 

third and vert. 
Houseman, [Rippon, Yorks.] ar. three dexter hands, in 

pale, sa. 
Horseinari, [Granted 1690] or, three caltmiis gu. — Crest, 

flames of fire ppr. issuing from a cup or. 



n o R 

Horscmuu, az. a horsc-btiruacle or, bctw. three pl.^xles ; oR 
a chief, parly per pale iuiltnte'd, of the first aud purp. 
two eloilcs of sixteen points of the second, in the centre 
of each a rosi' ar. 

Jlorseman. See llorsuian. 

IloI;sE^!o^ Dr.N, uu. a saltier ar. over all a fesse az. 
< hiuged with three loo]iards' faces or. 

IIoitsENAlI., [Worvill, Berks. Granted 17 Feb. 1740] 
ar. a cross, (!oveiailc<l, bctw. four mullets az.— Crc"t, out 
of a mural iiown ar. a horse's head, dun colou'-, nianed 
sa. gorgi'd \ulh a colhir dovetailed az. 

HoKSEY, [Berks.] ar. u fesse sa. bctw. tliree lions ramp, 
gu. 

Horsey, [Clift.-.n, Dors.; and Somers.] az. three horses' 
heads, couped, or, bridled gu. 

lliirsci/, [Dors.] az. three horses' heads, couped at the 
neck, or, bridled ar. 

llorsrif, [Digireswell, Ilcrts. auvl jSfortine, Wills.] az. three 
horses' heads, coujied, in armour, or. — Crest, a horse's 
head, in arniour, ar. bridle aud reins or. 

Horsey, az. three horses' beads, couped, ar. bridled or. — 
Crest, a horse's head, couped, ar. armed, plumed, aud 
biidled, az. and or. 

Horsey, gu. three horses' heads, couped, ar. bridled or. 

Horsey, az. three horses' heads, bridled and couped, or. 

HoRSFORi). See Horsefield. 

HonsHAM, az. t^^o bends nr. (Arwthcr, or) on each 
three mullets gu. 

Horsham, az. three bcndlcts or, on each as many mullets 
gu. 

Horsham, az. three bends or, on the middle bend as maDy 
mullets, jiiereed, gu. 

Horsham, az. three bends or, each charged in the centre 
wit!) a mullet gu. 

HoRSKE, ar. three dragons^ heads, erect and erased, az. 

Horshe, ar. three adtlers' heads, erased, in pale, az. stings 
8"- 

IIOHSLEV, [Little Helliughury, ller(s.] gu. three horses' 
liead?, coujicd, ar. biidled or. — Crest, a horse's head, 
couped, bridled ... 

Horsley, [Noithninpton] ar. achiefgu. 

Horslcy, [N.unib.] gu. tiiree horses' heads, erased, ar. — 
Crest, a hoisc's Iiead, erased, ar. 

Horslcy, [Shrrjienbeck, Yorks.] sa. three ciuquefoils, with- 
in a bordure eiigr. ar. 

Horsley, [Yorks.] gu. three horses' heads, erased, ar. bri- 
dled sa. 

Horslcy, az. a fesse or, betw. three horses' heads, erased, 
ar. bridled gold, «i(hin a bordure gobonatcd of the se- 
cond and first. (Another, of the third and vert.) 

Horsley, az. on a cross, quarterly pierced, or, four escal- 
lo]is of the first, bctw. five escallops of the second. 

Horslcy, az. across, pierced, betw. four escallops ar. 

Horsley, az. thiee horses' heads, bridled aud coujied, or. 

Horsley, az. a cross quartered, pierced, or. 

Horslcy, sa. three ciuquefoils or. 

IloKSMAN, or ifoRSEMAN, [Sleafoid, Line] az. a pair 
of barnacles, in jiale, or.— Crest, a horse's head, in ar- 
mour, bridled and plniiied i>pr. 

Horsiiian, [Kensingtun, Midd.] or, tliree siuister gauntlets 
sa. — Crest, a castle on fire jipr. 

Honmrm, [Noif. and Suss.] az. a pair of barnacles 01, 
betw. three plates; on a chief indentcil, ])er fess;', of 
the first and purp. three roses ar. 

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IJoismaii, [Suss.] az. bezantet, a pair of harnacks or ; on 
a chief of the first, three ()uatrefoils, iii>'rce(l, ar. 

llorsman, az. a pair of barnacles ar. hetw. three plates ; 
on a chief, per pale indented, of tiic first and purp. t«o 
etoiles of sixteen points or, each charged with a rose of 
the second. 

HORSPOOI.E, [Maidstone, Kent] sa. on a chev. ar. three 
lions' heads, erased, of the field. — Crest, out of a ducal 
coronet or, a (h'nii pearasus raiup. with wings expanded, 
ar. 

HoRT, Bart. [Castle-Strantre, Midd. 8 Sept. 17G7 ; since 
of Mulsoe, Bucks, and lifortland, Kildare] az. a cross 
or, in the first quarter, a rose ar. — Crest, an eaj-le re- 
guard, wings expanded, ppr. in the beak a chaplet vert. 

Hort, [Castle-Strange, Miild.] The same arms and crest. 
(Another crest, on a ducal coronet or, a peacock |'pr.) 

HoRTHULL, or, two bars vert. 

iloRTON, Bart. [Chaderton, Lane. 14 Jan. 17G4] gu. a 
lion rani)), ar. chavi^ed ou the breast with a boar's head, 
couped, az. a bordureengr. of the second. — Crest, a red 
rose seeded and barbed ppr. surrounded with two laurel- 
branches vert. 

Horton, [Chaderton, Lane] quarterly ; first and fourth as 
the last ; second and third, per bend sinister erra. and sa. 
a lion ramp, ar.— Crest, as llie last. 

Horton, [Howie, Ches.] sa. a buck's head, cabossed, or. 

Horton, [Catton, Derb.] sa. a buck's head, cabossed, ar. 
attired or. — Crest, on waves of the sea ppr. a spear, 
erect, or, lieaded ar. enfiled with a dolphin of the first. 

Horton, [Kent] per pale, ar. and sa. three cinquefoils and 
two otters counterchanged. 

Horton, [HuUiuaton, Soruers. and llford, Wilts.] ar. on a 
fesseaz. betw. two wolves pass, in chief, and a cross-bow 
in base, gu. three martlets or. — CrosI, a cubit arm, erect, 
vested gu, culVar. holding in the hand ppr. an arrow az. 
feathered and barbed or. 

Hortmi, [Somers.] ar. a stag's head, cabossed, sa. attired 
or. 

Horton, [Wales] ar. three bends engr. gu. a canton or. 

Horton, [Wales] sa. three bends engr. a canton or. 

Horton, or, a chev. az. betw. two wolves pass, in chief, gu. 
and a cross-bow of the last in base.- — Crest, an arm gu. 
couped at (lie elbow, holding in the hand ppr. an arrow 
az. feathered and barbed or, point do^vnwards of the 
third, and a branch of roses, erect, ar. leaved vert, a 
crescent of the fourth on the arm. 

Horton, gu. a linn ramp, within a bonlure eugr. ar. — Crest, 
a cinquefoil gu. within two branches of laurel, disposed 
orlewajs, ppr. 
Horton, az. a lion rarap. guard, armed anil crowned or. 
Horton, az. a lion rarap. guarfl. ar. crowned or. 
Horton, ar. a fesse sa. (Another, gu.) betw. three wol-, es 

pass. gu. 
Horton, ar. a fesse gu. betw. three lions ramp. sa. 
Horton, ar. three bars sa. in chief two mullets of (he last. 
HORUN. See HoRAN. 
IlORVII.L. See HOREVILL. 

llaKWOOD, [Hunts.] sa. three bars erm. cottised or. 

Huruood. 'I'he same arms. — Crest, a crow, wings expamled, 
pierced through the breast with an arrow, jioinl up- 
wards. 

Horwood, [Stalls.] ar. on a chev. betw. three bucks' heads, 
cabossetl, sa. a crescent or. 

lloruood, erm. four bars gemelles, componecj or and sa. 



M O S 

Horwood, sa. three bars erui. cottised, gobonated, or and 
az. 

HosATE, barry of six, erm. and gu. 

HoscOTT, az. a cross flowered erm. betw. four roses or. 

HosDALK, per fesse, or and sa. a pale counterchanged, on 
the first three fleurs-de-lis gu. — Crest, a tlemi lion. 

Hose, [Kentish Town, Midd." Granted :i l\b. 1806] erm. 
on a mount vert, a beavi-r ppr. a chief az. charged with 
an anchor erect, cabled or, l)etw. two eagles' heads, era- 
sed ar. beaked gold. — Crest, a rein-deer's head, couped, 
ppr. attired or, gorged with a collar crmiuois, fimbriated 
ar. 

Hose, ar. three legs, couped at the thigh, gu. — Ciest, a 
lion's head, erased. 

HOSEASON, [Jamaica, originally of Zetland. Recorded 
1808] quarterly; first and fourth, ar. an arm, iu armour, 
holding a pair of balances az. and in base a sword and 
Roman fasces, in saltier, all ppr. for Iloscason ; second 
and third, or, on a saltier gu. a mullet of the first, a 
chief of the second, for Bruce. — Crest, an eagle reguartl. 
rising from a rock, ppr. Motto, In recto dccus. 

HosiEUX, bendy of six, or and gu. 

HosiEK, [Croukton, Saloj)] per bend sinister, erm. and 
ermines, a lion ramp. or. 

Hosier. The same arms. — Crest, ou a chapcau az. turned 
up or, a talbot sejant. 

HosKINS, [liarwood, Heref.] per jialc, az. and gu. a 
chev. betw. three lions ramp. or. — Crest, a lion's head or, 
ducally crowned of the hist, vomiting flames of fire pjir. 

Hoskins, [Monmouthsliire. (hunted by Sctjar] barry of 
six, or and vert, a borduic erm. — Crest, two limbs of a 
tree, raguled and couped, iu saltier, ar. the sinister sur- 
mountintr the dexter. 

Hoskins, [Oxted, Surrey] per pale, gu. ami az. a chev. 
engr. or, betw. three lions ramp. ar. — Crest, a cock's 
head, erased, or, jiellettee, combed and wattled gu. betw. 
two wings, expanded, of llif first. 

Hoskiits, barry of six, or and vert, a bordure gn. 

HosKYNS, Bart. [Harwood, Heref. 18 Dec. 1U76 ; since 
of Morehamplon Park, in the same Co.] per pale, az. 
and gu. a chev. betw. three lions ramp. or. — Crest, a. 
lion's head, erased, or, issuing out of a ducal coronet, 
flames of fire from the mouth ppr. crowned of the first. 

HossE, or HosSEY, [Berks.] ar. a fesse betw. three lions 
ramp. gu. 

Host, [London, 1634] az. a bull's head, cabossed, cou|.ied 
at the neck, ar. attired or, betw. two wings of the last.— 
Crest, two wings endorsed or, charged with a crescent 
gu. 

Host, or Hoost, [Middleburgb, Zealand ; and Sandringham, 
Norf.] The same arms. — Crest, two w ings endorsed or. 
HosTE, Bart. [Cajitaiii It.N. 21 Sept. 1814] az. a bull's 
bead afi'rontee, couped at the neck, ar. betw. two wings 
or ; and as an honourable augmentation, in chief, a na- 
val crown, pendent tlierefrom by a ribbon, a representa- 
tion of the gold medal given to him by the Prince Re- 
gent foi his distinguished conduct on Hi March, 1811, 
subscribed "Lissa." — Crest of augmentation, out of a 
naval crown, the rim encircled wilii a biineh of hurcl, 
an arm, enibowed, vested in iia\al uniform, grasping a 
flag-staff, fiowing therefrom a flag, inscribed "Cattaro." 
— ramily Crest, two wings, addorsed, or. Motto, For- 
titudini. 
HosTERLY, barry of six, ar. and sa. 



HOT 

lliiSTF.TOFT. Sec HOTOFT. 

KosTON, ar. an iiicscutcheon gu. 

MosTOT, [Beds.] az. a cross patonce eriu. betw. four roses 
or. 

HosY, or, three legs, couped at the lliigh, sa. 

HorCHKIS, [Iloxwood, Salop] parted per pale, gu. and 
a/, a rhev. eii^^r. or, betw. three lions ramp. ar. — Crest, 
(I cock's licail erased, or, pcllettee, betw. two wings <iispl. 

lloTCKOFT, [Lane] ar. a cross within a bordure cngr. 
sa. 

lloTE.NSILL, or, on a fesse gu. three plates. 

HoTHAM, Baron HOTHAM of South Dalton, and a Ba- 
ronet of England. [Creations, Bart. 4 ./«/(. ICi'il ; Ba- 
ron, 7 March, I'/O'/] barry of ten, ar. and az. ; on a 
canton or, a tornisli chough ppr. — Crest, a denii sea- 
man, isfuing out of the water ppr. holding in the dexter 
hand a tianiing sword ar. hill and pomel or ; on the si- 
nister am), a shield of the arms of //o//(am. Supporters, 
two seamen habited, and each holding a sword, the jioint 
resting on the ground, all ppr. Motto, Lead on. 

IJotham, [Scarborough, Yorks.] The same arms. — Crest, 
the same. (Another, on the sinister arm an oval shield 
sa. charged with an etoile of the second, within a carved 
bordure of the third.) 

Uolltam, or Hntham, [Yorks.] or, on a bend sa. three 
mullets ar. pierced gu. 

Holhiaii, [Yorks.] ar. three bars sa. 

llotliniH, barry of six, ar. and az. a chief erm. and a can- 
ton of the first. (Another, or.) 

JIutham, per tesse battclly, ar. and az. ; on a canton or, a 
martlet sa. 

llothntii, az. two bars or, (Another, ar.) a chief, per fesse 
indented, erm. and ar. and canton or. 

Hotham, ar. on a bend sa. three mullets or. 

Hoihani, gn. a jialc lozengv ar. 

Hotham, barry of fouiteen, ar. and az. 

Hotham, or, on a bend sa. three mullets, pierced, ar. 

Hotham, barry of eight, ar. and az. ; on a canton sa. a 
martlet or. 

HoTHK, per chev. ('^47io?^c;-, per fesse) or and vert, three 
mullets couiitercbanged. 

HoTHERSALL, [St. Brin'e's, I-ondon, IGlo] az. a lion 
ramp, or, a crescent for dift. 

HoTllERSHALL, or HoTHLKGALL, jjer fesse engr. or, 
and .. ; on a bend engr. .., three roujiilles ... 

IIoTHOUN, or, on a bend sa. three mullets ar. 

HOTHUM, [Ilothum, Yorks. Temp. Edw. I/.] ar. four 
bars az. a canton gu. 

HoTllWAlTE, sa. fretty erm. 

HoTHWAYT, or lioTHWARTE, sa. a fret crm. 

HoTiE, az. a chev. or, betw. three crescents ar. 

HoTOFT, [riiiitham, Notts.] sa. three dragons' heads, 
erect and erased, ar. 

Hotnft, or Hot'ifte. The same arms. — Crest, a lion's 
gamb holding up a human heart |)pr. 

Uotojt, or UosUtoft, az. a cross pattee erm. betw. four 
roses or. (Another, az. a cross sareeily ar.) 

Uotoft, sa. a hoar's head, erect, couped, ar. 

Uotoj't, az. a chev. ar. betw. tliree bezants. 

Hntoft, sa. three conaers' heads, erased and eiect, ar. 

UoTOFTE, sa. three dragons' heads, erect aud erased, ar. 
without ears. 

Ilntofte. See Hotosle. 

'<|">TONj [Glonc] az. a chev. or, betw. three crescents ar. 



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Hotou. The same arms. — Crest, a sea-horse, couchaut, 
ar. ducally gorged sa. sustaining an anchor az. 

Jloton, [Yorks.] ar. a fes^e betw. three cushions sa. 

HotiDi, az. a cross ar. betw. four roses or. 

Hoton, gu. a fesse betw. three enshious ar. 

Uoton, or Hooton, ar. on a bend vert, three mullets or. 

HoTOST, sa. three tire-brands ar. 

HoTOSTE, or lloTOFTE, az. a cross moline ar. 

HoToT, az. on a chev. or, two bars gemelles sa. betw. 
three crescents ar. 

HoTOTT, [Gloue.] az. a chev, or, betw. three crescents 
ar. 

Hotolt, gu. a chev. or, betw. three crescents ar. 

IIoTTO.N, [Cuuib.] gu.-on a cautou ar. a martlet sa. 

Hotton. The same arms.— Crest, a martlet, rising, ppr. 

Hotton, crm. on a chev. gu. three mullets or. 

Hotton, ar. a lion ramp. gu. crowned or. 

Hotton, erm. five fusils, in fes^e, gu. 

HoTTOT, az. on a ehtv. cottised, or, two bars gemelles of 
the first, betw. three descents ar. 

Hot tot. See Hoote. 

HouBLON, [Esse.x] quarterly; first and fourth, ar. the 
base \ert, issuing therefrom three hop-poles, sustainiug 
their fruit, all ppr. for Houblon; second and third, quar- 
teily, first an.l fourth, erm. a cross sa. for Archer ; se- 
cond aud third, ar. on a chev. sa. three quatrefoils or, 
for E(ire. — Crests, first, a lion's Lead, erased, or, for 
Houbhm ; second, a wivern ar. for Archer ; third, a leg, 
in armour, couped at the thigh, ppr. garnished and 
sjiurred or, for Eyre. 

Houblon, [Lord Mayor of London, 1G9G] ar. three mounts, 
on each a hop-pole |)pr. 

Houblon, az. three fishes naiant. — Crest, a dexter hand 
holdiuEj up a book, expanded, ppr. 

IIOUBY, [Lcic] az. a bend betw. six mullets or. 

j Houbij, ar. a bend betw. six mullets az. — Crest, aJeopard's 
bead ppr. 

Hoiiby, az. a bend betw, six mullets ar. 

Houbif, az. a pale betw. six mullets ar. 

Houby, az. on a bend, betw. six mullet? ar. three mullets 
gu. 

Houby, ar. on a bend az. three mullets of the field. 

UouDON, gu. a chev. betw. three cross crosslets or; on 
a chief of the last, a lion pass, of the field. 

Hovdoii. Sec Howdon. 

HofLLf., [Snff.] &a. a cross ar. 

Hovcll, sa. a crescent or. — Crest, a sea-lion, spjant, erm. 

Houell. The same arms. — Crest, a nail, erect, head dovin- 
wards, enfiled with a mural crowu ar. 

HouGBKiGE. Same as Houghbrig. 

HoLGH, [Layton, Ches.] ar, a bend sa. — Crest, a wolf's 
head, erased, sa. 

Hough A.M, [Wedington, Kent] or, on a chev, betw. three 
elephants" heads, erased, gu. as many mullets ar, — Crest, 
on a chapeau gu. turned up erm. a falcon ar. with wings, 
expanded or, beaked and belie<l of the last. 

Hougkaw, [London] ar. five chev. sa. 

IIOLGHB)UG, ar. on a bend, fimbriated, tliree cocks, 
lookiuK beliiud, sa. 

HoLGHFORD, ar. two bends nebulee sa. 

Hoi.GHTON-, 0?- Haughton, [Ilaughtou, Ches. ; Peters- 
field, Hants. ; Lane. ; and Siiss.] sa. three bars ar. — 
Crest, a bull's head sa. attired ar. charged ou the neck- 
with tiuee bars of the kist. 



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Iloughlon, [Could, Lane. ; and Biazeniiose College, Oxoii] 
. ., tlirce bars within a bordiire . .. 

Jlovghlon, [lloiiglitoii Tower, Lane] Tlie same asllocil- 
TON, IJart. 

lluvrjhton, [Laiic.] ar. three bars sa. 

Hovrjhion. The same arms. — Crest, a bull's head, couped 
gu. horned or. 

Iloughtdti, [Alderman of London, nb. 31 Dec. 16(IG] sa. 
three burs ar. — Crest, a bull )iass. ar. 

Hovghlon, [London] ar. three bars sa. in chief two mul- 
lets, pierced, of the last, the horns barry of the first and 
second. 

Ilofughfun, [King's Chfl", N.anip. and of Ruts.] sa. three 
bars ar. in chief a rose or. — Crest, a Lull's head ar. atti- 
red or, ckarged with three bars sa. and a rose of the 
second. 

HoughtoJt, [Gunlhorp, Norf.] ar. ou a bend sa. three 
eagles dispi. or. — Crest, a dcnii eagle displ. or, guttee 
de sang. 

IIoiiqhtoH, [Beclibiuy, Salop] ar. a cross sa. in the dexter 
chief and sinister base quarters, an owl ppr. 

Houghton, [Mavfield, Suss.] sa. three bars ar. in chief a 
mullet of the last. 

Hovghlon, [Yorks.] cnii. a cross engr. sa. — Crest, a sci- 
mitar, erect, ar. hilt and pomel, downwards, or. 

JJoughlun, . ., a stag's head, cabossed, . .. — Crest, a dol- 
phin, enibowed, pierced through the body with an aiiow, 
iu jiale. 

Houghton, erm. a chcv. (Another, two) engr. sa. 

Houghton, ar. a cross .sa. betw. four owls gu. 

Houghton, ar. three chcv. g\i. 

Houghton, gu. four leopards' heads, jessant-de-lis, two and 
two, or, a canton erm. 

Houghton, ar. three inescutcbeons gu. 

HouisoN, [Scotland] ar. a man's heart gu.; ou a chief 
az. three fleurs-de-lis or. — Crest, a lion's head, erased, 

gu- 
HoULDER, [Is'.e of Ely] az. a fesse dancettec betw. three 

griffins pass. or. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet gu. a 

lion, sejant, or. 
HoULDlTClI, az. a chev. or, betw. three seagulls ar. 
HoULOl', gu. three crescents ar. 
HoULTON, ar. on a fesse wavy, belw. three talbots' heads 

az. as many bezants. — Crest, a ferret pass. ppr. 
Houlion. The same arms.— Crest, a talbot's head, erased, 

ppr. gorged with a collar, charged with three roundles. 
Hound. See IIownd. 
HouNDKGAKT, az. a chev. betw. three hounds, sej:int, ar. 

— Crest, a water-fountain in full jilay, pi)r. 
HoUKliGATK, gu. a chev. (Another, engr.) betw. three 

talbots, sejant, ar. 

HOUNDHILL, and IIOUNEHILL. See HOWNHILL. 

HorNDSMOKE, ar. three talbots' heads, erased, sa. 

HOUNHILL. See HOWNDHILL. 

HouNSTON, [Boston, Line] sa, a i;ross erm. belw. four 
lozenges of the last, all within a bordure engr. ar. — 
Crest, a uag's head or, iu the mouth a holly-branch vert, 
fructed gu. 

Hounston, sa. three lozenges erm. within a bordure engr. 
ar. 

HousDEN, ar. a fesse betw. two chev. sa. 

House, veil, a cross ar. — Crest, two bauds issuing from 
a cloud, in chief, holding an anchor iu the sea, p))r. 

HoussoN, or HowsoN, [Loudon, 1G05] quarterly, ar. 



and sa. four balls counterchangcd. — Crest, out of cloud* 
ppr. a ((ull's head zi. seuiee of etoiles or. 

llousTAR, sa. a fesse, indented, betw. three fleurs-de-lij 
ar. 

Houston, [of that Ilk] or, a chev. chequy, sa. and ar. 
betw. three martlets ot the second. — Crest, a sand-glass. 
Motto, In lime. 

Houston, or Houslovn, or, a chcv. clu quy, az. and ar. betw. 
three martlets of the second. — Crest, on a mount vert, a 
hind, statant, ppr. colliued or. 

HousTOUN, [Avesford I'lace, Suss.] or, a chev. chequy, 
ar. and az. betw. three martlets sa. — Crest, an hour-gla^s 
ppr. betw. two wings, elevated, ar. .Sujiporters, on either 
side a gveyhouud ar. collarcti, and chain rcfie.xed over the 
back, or. 

Houstoun, [Johnstone] The same arras. — Crest, a sand- 
glass. Motto, Jn time. 

HouT, per pale, or and sa. a saltier couiiterchangcd, of 
the second and ar. 

HoUTON, or, a fesse, cottised, gu. bet«. three binds' heads 
sa. — Crest, a fo\, current. 

HoVEDEN, [Ireland. Granted 1585] chequy, sa. and 
ar. ; on a bend gu. three lions' heads, erased, or. — Crest, 
a dragon's head vert, issuing out of fames p)>r. 

Hoveden, chequy, ar. and sa. ; on a bend gu. three lions' 
heads, erased, or. 

Hovel. Sec Howell. 

HovELL, [Hilliiigton, Norf.] sa. a crescent or. 

Hovell, [SufT.] sa. a cross or; on a chief wavy erto. three 
fleurs-de-lis gu. 

Hovell, [Ashfield, Sufi".] sa. a cross or. — -Crest, a grey- 
hound, conchaut, or, collared and lined sa. 

Hovell, or Uoveill, [Sufi.] sa. a cross flowered or. 

Hovell, [.Suss.] sa. a cross ar. 

Hovell, sa. a cross ar. ; on a chief wavy erm". three fleurs- 
de-lis gu. — Crest, on a ducal coronet or, a leopard, 
sejant, ppr. 

Hovell, or Jlovile, sa. a fleur-de-lis or. 

Hovell, ]jaly of six, or and az, ; on a fesse gu. three mullets 
of six points of the first. 

Hovell. Sec Howell. 

HovENDEN. The same as HovEDEN. 

Hovenell, ar. a chev. betw. three water-bougets sa. 

HovEKED, az. a chev. betw. three lozenges or. 

HoviLE, ar. a bend az. 

Huvilc. See Hovell. 

How, [Baron Chedworlh] or, a fesse betw. three wolves' 
heads, couped at the neck, sa. a crescent for dift". — Ciest, 
a dexter arm, erased nt the elbow, lying fesseways, and 
holdinn" in the hand a scimitar, erect, eutiJed with a 
boar's head, couped, all i>pr. Motto, Justus et propositi 
tena.r. 

How, [Compton, Glouc. and of Notts.] or, a fesse betw. 
three wolves' beads, couped, sa. — Crest, in a ducal coro- 
net or, a plume of live ostrich's feathers az. 

Hmv, [Kent] gu. oti a chcv. or, three crescents sa. 

How, [London. Granted ItiOl] ar. a fespc engr. sa. guttee 
or, betw. three wolves' heads, eraseil, of the second, 
collared of the third. — Crest, a wolf's head, erased, 
pean. 

How, [London] The same arms. — Crest, a wolf's head 
sa. in the mouth a rose gu. stalked and leaved vert. 

How, or Howe, [London] ar. a fesse wavy betw. three 
wolves' heads, eiased, sa. 



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jl,,w [Mersc, Somers.] ar. a iV sm; bchv. iliree wolves' heads, 
coupcd. sa. — Ciest, out of a dui-al loronct or, a deiui 

wolf S!l. 

How, [Essex and Siiff.] ar. a chev. Iictw. three \\olves' 
heads, coupcd, sa. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a 
uniforp's licad gu. attired and criucd of tlic (irsl. 

Ifow, quarterly, ar. and sa. 

ituw. See Howe. 

lIoWAi-ES, sa. on a cross or, a rose gu. barbed and seeded 
ycft. — Crest, a gviffin, segreant, ppr. Motto, For- 
ivard. 

Howard, Duke of NORFOLK; Earl of Arundel, Surrey, 
and Norfolk; Haron Howard, Fitz Alan, Ciuit ami Os- 
waldestrc, and Maltravers ; Earl Marshal, atul hereditary 
Marshal of England ; premier Duke, Earl, and Baron of 
England, iunncdiatcly after the princes of the hlood roy- 
al; F. R. and A. S. ; liarou Mowbray, Howard, Lesrave, 
Braose of Gower, Warren, Grcy>tock, Furneval, Verdon, 
Lovetof, and Stranp,-e of Kbekniere. [CVennVois, Baron j 
Fitz Alan, Clun and Oswaldcstre, and Earl of Arundel, : 
by descent from John Fitz Alan, created Earl of Arundel, ] 
1243; Baion Mowbray, Sef'.ravo, Braose of Gower, War- 1 
ren, Maltravers, Crrystock, Furneval, Verdon, Lovetot, 
and Strange of Blackniere, resjieclively by descent from 
the families of those names; Baron Howartl, 1.5 Oct. 
1470; Earl of Surrey and Duke of Norfolk, -28 June, 
1403; Earl of Norfolk, ./(/?!p, IG 14 ; Barcn Howard 
of Castle Rising, 27 March, 1(3(50; Earl of Norwicli, 19 
Oct. 1072, but the two l.iltcr titles became extinct in 
1777. licaickncps, Arundel Castle, Suss. ; ^Vorksop 
Rlanor, Notts. ; Hcnfold, Surrey ; and Fandiam, liury 
St. Edmunds, SiifF. Town House, 2(5, St. James's Square] '■ 
quarlerlv ; first, gu. on a bend, betw. six cross crcsslets | 
fitchee ar. an escutcheon or, charged with a dcuii lion | 
ramp. ]iierccd through the month with an arrow, within I 
a double tressure iilory ronnterfiory of the first,* for] 
Ilmcard ; second, gu. three lions pass, gnnvd. in pale, j 
or, in chief a label of three jjoints ar. for Brollierton ;\ 
third, chequy, or and az. for ^Vurrai ; fourth, gu. a lion I 
ramp. ar. armed and langued az. for Moirhraij : behind , 
the shield, two truncheons, or marshal's slaves, in salfier, ; 
or, enamelled towards each end sa. being the insignia of - 
the earl marshal of England. — Crest, on a chapeau'gu. { 
turned up erm. a lion statant guard, the tail extended, j 
or, gorged with a ducal coronet ar. Supporters, dexter, I 
a lion ; sinister, a horse, both ar. the hitter holding:, in 
the mouUi a slip of oak \ert, fructed |)pr. Motto, ,Vofo 
rirt7is iniiria. 

' This additional be.lring is ptirticxilariy illustrative of ao anjpneDtation of 
lionour, whicii was given as a rcwaro by King Henry VUl. to Tiromas, 
Earl of Surrey, for liis gr«it and sii^n-il valour, in dcfeatina Jarass IV. 
KinET of Scotland, who, at tlie lipad of W.OOO men, had entered Er.s'Und, 
ravaged part of NorthumbcrlaO'l, and was met by tlic E-irl in FloJden- 
Field, with little inr.re tliun on.- Inlf the number, where the Scotch king 
was totally defeated and slain; but, notwlthstandinsr this heroic conduct, 
for which he was lilicwise rai«d to the Dukedom of Norf.ilk, he afterwards 
fell under the jealousy of the kinjr, was attainted of treason, and became a 
sacrifice to false suggestions, and implacable resentment. 

Howard, Earl of SUFFOLK and BERKSHIRE; Vis- 
count Andover of Andover, Hants. ; and Baron Howard 
of Charleton, Wills. [Creations, Earl of Sufi'. 21 Jiilif, 
1G(«; Baron and Vise. 2:3 Jan. 1G21 ; and Ivarl of 
Berkshire, G Feb. 1G25. licsidr.nccs, Charleton House, 
Wilts ; Lcvens, Wcstm. and ElfonI, Starts. Toivn House, 
Harley Street] quarterly, the arms of Howard, Brollier- 
toit, M'arroi, and Moubray, as the last, with a crescent 
in the tcnfrc of the quarterings for difl^. — Crest, as the 



la.st. Supporters, two lions ar. Motto, Aoi/s mniiUftn- 
drons. Another motto, Non <jiio, sed rjuoiiiodo. 

Howard, Earl of CARLISLE, Viscount Howard of Mor- 
peth, Baron Dacrcs of (iillesland. [Creation, 20 April, 
IGGl. Ucsideitccs, Caslle Howard, Yorks. ; Naworth 
Castle, Cumb. Toicii J/imse, 12, Grosvenor Place] quar- 
terly of six; first, JJoirard ; second, lirutherton ; third, 
^Varrcn ; fourth, Mowbray, as before described; filth, 
gu. three escallops ar. for Ducrc ; sixth, barry of six, 
ar. and az. over all Ihrec chaplets gn. for Greijslock. — 
Crest, on a chapcau i;u. turned up erm. a lion stafant 
guartl. the tail extended, or, dtically crowned ar. gorged 
with a label of lliret,' points of the last. Supporters, dex- 
ter, a lion ar. dilb rcnced with a mullet; sinister, a bull 
gu. armetl, untruled, ducally gorged, and lined, or. Mol 
to, ]'olo non valio. 

Howard, Baron IB )\\'.\RD of Effinaham, Surrey. [Crc- 
alion, 11 March., l.'i-j 1. Jtcsidencc, Great Bookham, Sur- 
rey] gn. a bend betw. six cross crosslets fitcht:e ar. on 
the bend an escutcheon or, charged with a denii lion 
ramp, piercttl through the mouth v. ith an arrow, within 
a double trcssure florv counterHory gu. a mullet for difl". 
- — Crest, on a cha|)eeiu gu. turned uj) erm. a lion statant 
guard, the tail extended or, gorged uith a ducal coronet 
ar. Sup|)orters, two lions ar. on the shouliler of each 
a mullet for dilV. Motto, Virtus mille scuta. 

HowAT.D, Earl of WICKLOW, \i;count Wicklow of 
Wicklow, and Baron Clonniore of Clonmore Castle, Co. 
of Carlow. [Creations, ISaron, 21 .fiili/, 1778 ; ^'isc. 
23 June, 170-5 ; and I'.arl, 20 Dec. 1793. Jlesidencc, 
Shehoii Abbcv, Co. Wicklow. Town House, 66, L'pper 
Brook Street] quarterly; first and fourth, gu. a benti 
betw. six cross crosslets fitchcc ar. for Howard; second 
and third, ar. a chev. gn. betw. three bulls' heads, cou- 
ped, sa. for Bolcijn. — Crest, on a chapeau gu. turned ii]) 
crin. a lion statant guard, or, ducally gorged gu. holding 
in (lie mouth an arrow ])pr. Sujiporters, two stags jijir. 
ducally gorged or. iNTotto, Ccrtuni jicle/inciu. 

Howard, [.St. Andrew's, Holborn. Granted. 17oG] gu. on 
a bend engr. betw. six crosses botoniiee fitchee or, three 
crescents of the first. — Crest, a lion, couchant, ern;. 
holding in the dexter paw a crofs botounee fitchee ol 
the second. 

Howard, [Lane] gu. on a bend, betw. six cross crosslets 
ar. an annulet. — Crest, a lion ranqi. ar. holding betw. 
the paws a cross crosslet fitchee of tlie first. 

Howard, [London] gu. on a bend ar. betw. six cross cross- 
lets fitchee or, a mullet betw. two cinquefoils of the 
first. — Crest, a denii wolf ppr. collared gu. thereon a 
mullet bettv. Iwo ciiuiuefoils or, holding betw. the paws 
a cross crosslet fitchee or. 

Howard, [Hackney, Midd.] gu. a bend or, betw. six crosses 
llorytitchi'e ar. ; on a canton of the second, a hind's head, 
erased, ppr. — Crest, ou a chapeau zn. turned uj) erm. 
a demi hind, salient, )>pr. charged on the shoulder with 
a cross flory fitchee ar. 

Howard, gn. a bend vaire or and ar. betw. si.x cross cross- 
lets fitchee of the third. — Crest, two wings, expanded, 
gn. each charged with a bend vaire or and ar. betw. six 
cross crosslets of the last. 

Howard, gu. a bend betw. six cross crosslets fitchee ar. — 
Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, two wings, exjiandtd, 
gu, each charged with a bend betw. six cross crosslets, 
as the arms. 

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Howard. Tlie same amis. — Crest, uii a tliapeau gu. turii- 
cfl up inn. U\o wings einloised of the first, each char- 
ged vvitli a Ik-iuI bttw. si\ cross crosslets as in the arms. 

Ilouan/, az. a bend bctw. six tross crosslcts ar. 

Howard, per chcv. az. and gu. a lion, salient, erm. (Ano- 
ther, the lion crowned.) 

Howard, quarterly, ar. and nz. a saltier countcrchangcd. 

Howard, or Huwarl. The same arms, with the saltier 
eugr. 

Howard, or Hayward, ar. a hull's head gu. betw. three 
mullets sa. 

HowARDKN, az. a lion ramp. ar. 

HowART, az. a bend bitw. six cross crosslets ar. — Crest, 
out of a ducal coronet or, two wings displ. jjpr. 

Howarl. See Howard. 

IIoWAY, [IJoway, Devons.] gu. a fesse betw. three cres- 
cents ar. 

IIoWBERiAW, [Howberiani Eves, Lane] ar. three crosses 
sa. 

HowBRiDGE, or HowGiiCKiGE, [Yorks.] ar. two bends 
betw. three cocks sa. 

HoWDEN, or, on a beud sa. three mullets ar. 

HowDENBY, vert, a fesse ar. betw. three covered cups or. 

HowDLOw, or, two chev. gu. ; on a canton ... a crescent. 

How'DON, or HouDON, S.U. a chev, betw. three cross 
crosslets or ; on a chief of the second, a lion pass, of 
the first. — Crest, a dragon's head, spouting lire, ppr. 
Motto, Ferio, fcffo. 

Howe, Earl HOWE. See Curzon Howe. 

Howe, Baroness HOWE. See Waller. 

Howe, or How, [London. Her. Off. int. JMSS. Vincent, 
No. 164] ar. a fesse eugr. betw. three wolves' heads, 
coupcd, sa. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet, a demi wolf 
ramj). sa. 

Howe, [Langur, Notts. ; and Emble, Somers.] or, a fesse 
betw. three wolves' heads, couped, sa. — Crest, a gauntlet, 
lying fesseways ppr. linetl gu. holding a falchion ar. hilt 
or, the middle part of the blade dcbruiscd by a wolf's 
head, couped, sa. 

Howe, [Wilts.] The same arms. 

Hoice, [Euible, Somers. Granted 10 Dee. l(i'20] The 
same arms as How, Comptoii, Glouc. 

Howe, [Somers.] ar. on a fesse betw. three foxes' heads, 
erased, sa. an escallop of the field. — Crest, an arm, 
erect, pj)r. vested ar. charged with two bends wavy gu. 
holding a bunch of broom vert. 

Howe, Howes, or Hoicse, ar. a fesse betw. three woUes' 
heads, erased, sa. — Crest, a dexter hand holding an car 
of wheat ppr. 

Hoicc. See IJoiu. 

HOWEPON. Sec HOWJCLDON, 

Howel. See Howell. 

IIoweldon, gu. an inescntcheon betw. six eagles displ. 
ar. 

Howeldoii, or Howedon, ar. an iuescutcheon betw. six ea- 
gles displ. gu. 

Howell, or Powell, [St. Alban's, Herts.] sa. three roses 
ar. barbed vert. — Crest, out of a ducal crowu or, a rose 
of the first, stalked and leaved vert, betw. two wings en- 
dorsed of the last. 

Howell, [Kent; Stratford, and Haley, Norf. ; and Suss.] 
ar. two lions, conjoined with one head, ramp, guard, per 
pale, g'i. and sa. 

JhweU, or Hoicll, [Soulgra\e, N.anip. ; Oxou ; Suti. ; 



and Pack, Warw.] sa. a cross or. — Crest, a griffin, sejanf, 

segreaiit, ar. beaked, legged, and \wnged, az. pierced 

through the breast with a broken tilting ipear pj)r. and 

holding the bottom part of the broken spear in the sinis- 
ter claw. 
Howell, Huwel, Hovcll, and Hovel. The same arms. — 

Crest, a camel ppr. 
Howell, ar. two lions pass, reguard. in pale, sa. — Crest, a 

beaver pass. |)nr. 
Howell, gu. a chev. betw. three mullets ar. 
Howell, gu. three towers, triple-towered, ar. 
Howell, az. awolf, salient, ar. 
Howell, quarterly, per fesse indented, gu. and ar. a label 

of three points az. 
Howell, c,u. on a chief or, a lion pass. sa. 
Howell av Cennet, ar. a lion ramp. sa. depressed 

with a fesse gu. 
Howei.l ap Griieith, [Montgomery] ar. on a fesse 

az. three boars' heads, couped close, or, in chief a lioa 

pass. gu. 
Howell Dnu, [North Wales] go. three lions pass, in pale, 

or, armed and langucd sa. 
HowEi.LE, sa. a cross or. 
How EN, [Suss.] gu. a chev. erm. betw. three old men's 

heads, couped, ar. 
Howes, ar. fi>e piles sa. three issuing from the chief, and 

two from the base, each charged with a plate. — Crest, 

a demi youth ppr. vested az. hokling in the dexter hand 

a heart gu. 
Howes. The s;ime arms. — Crest, a passion-nail gu. betw. 

two wings ppr. 
Hoices, ar. three piles, one issuing cut of the chief betw. 

two others reversed, sa. 
Howes. See Howe. 

IlowETTS, sa. a lion ramp, reguard. ar. 
HowEY, gu. a fesse betw. three crescents ar. ■ — Crist, an 

ostrich ppr. in the beak a key or. 
Jlowey, or, on a chief indented sa. three crescents ar. 
HowFORD, ar. a starsa. 
HowGART. See Hogarth. 
IIowGH, ar. a pale, composed of three lozenges, gu. 

HOWGHBRIGE. See HoWBRlDGE. 

HowGHTON, quarterly, az. and ar. in the second aud 
third, a chev. sa. charged with three mullets of the first, 
over all, on a bend sa. as many eagles displ. ar. 

Houghton, ar. on a bemi sa. three eagles displ. or. 

HowHlTTS, ar. a chev. betw. three hipwings sa. 

Howie, — Crest, a dexter hand, couped fesseways, writing 
with a pen. RIotto, Hinc orior. 

HowiLL. See Howkll. 

HowisoN, [Braehead, Scotland] ar. a man's heart gu. ; 
on a chief az. three fieurs-de-lis or. — Crest, a licxter 
hand, couj)ed, apanniee, ppr. Supporters, dexter, a 
husbandman, over the shoulder a thiil jjpr. ; the sini.-ter, 
another, holding a bason for washing the King, both 
clothed in blue, and bonnets on their heads, girt round 
with belts, all ppr. being the dress- of 1400. Motto, 
Siirsum Corda. 

Howison, [Ireland] quarterly, ar. and sa. six roundles 
counterclianged, three, two, and one. — Crest, an ante- 
lope pass. gu. 

HowiTS, ar. a chev. betw. three birds sa. 

HowKES, barry of six, or and az. a cliivf erm. 

llowLAND, [Canibr. London, and of Sircaiham, Surrey., 



H O W 

(I'lcnti'l 1504] ar. two bars sa. in cliicf thite lions 

r:iii)!>. of tlic second. — Crest, a loopaul prxss. sa. ducullj 

p)r^i'tl or. 
Ihiihiiid, az. crusily, a lion ramp. ar. 
ilovvi.A rsoNE, [Ganienston-Rigg, Sfotlanii] ar. a treble 

violin az. .stringed or, betw. t«o fieursde-lis in chief, 

and a n'lan's heait in base, gu. Motto, Dulccdo capior. 
IloWLESTOCK, [Essex] ar. on a bend engr. sa. lietw. two 

lions ])ass. az. three ])latcs. 
llov'i.r.T. See Hewlkt. 
Iluw'i.KTT, [Sydenhani, Kent. Granted l;36y] per chev. 

cr and sa. in chief two trii)le-towers of the second ; in 

base, a ship in fnll sail, of the first. — Crest, an owl ar. 

(hicallv gorged or, holdiuj in the dexter claw a rose gn. 

.slipped and leaved vert, 
llowi.m', vert, a saltier ar. 
llowilSON, [Scotland] ar. a man's heart gu.; on a chief 

az. lluee fleurs-de-lis or. 
Kow'i.Y, or, on a canton gu. a crescent ar. 
JlowMAN, [Norwich. Grunted b May, XGQX] gu. a rose 

ar. seeded or, barbed vert, a chief erni,- — Crest, on a 

mount pj)r. a pegasus, volant, sa. 
' HowKn, or Hound, [Callis, Canibr. and of Heref.] ar. 

on a chev. gu. betw. three hounds pass. sa. collared or, 

OS man}' bezants. — Crest, a demi talbot ar. collared sa. 

holding a key or. 
UowNimiLE, Hovv.NimiLL, or Houxhill, vert; six 

hounds jiass. ar. lliree, two, and one. — Crest, a Saracen's 

head, issuing, ppr. wreathed round the temples or and 

ga. 
UowN'Hii.L, HouNEHiLL, or HowNDHii.L, vert, a chev. 

betw. three hounds pass. ar. — Crest, a lion's ganib, era- 
sed, holding a tilting spear in bend, tasselled, all ppr. 
llownhill, vert, six talbots pass. ar. three, two, and one. 
llowNiLi.YARD, [Devons.] sa. a chev. betw. three water- 

bougets ar. 
HowNYLL, ar. a chev. betw. three watcr-bougets sa. 
HowoRTH, [lloworth, Lane] az. a bend betw. two stags' 

heads, coujjcd, or. — Crest, a stag's head gu. attired or, 

gorged with a wreath ar. 
HowpEJt, 01- HoorF.n, [Devons.] gyroniiy of eight, or 

and crm. ever all a tower, triple-towered, sa. — Crest, a 

demi wolf erni. holding a pine-branch vert, fructed or. 
HovvsDON, or, a fesse betw. two chev. sa, 
HowsE. .See Howe. 
HowsEGOE, [Northwalshara] ar. three chev. vert, on each 

five bezants. 
HowsoN, [Bishop of Durham, Coiijirmcd 1605] quar- 
terly, ar. and sa. four roundles couuterchauged. 
IIowsoii, sa. a fesse betw. three birds' legs, erased, those 

in chief fesseways, iht- clans to the centre, that in base 

palcways, the claw iu chief, . . . — Crest, a falcon belled 

ppr. Motto, Adjiiioiijidelis. 
HowsTER, [London] sa. a fesse dancettee betw. three 

fleurs-de-lis ar. 
HowsTON, [of that Ilk] or, a chev. chequy, sa. and ar. 

betw. three martlets of the second. 
IJowston, [Scotland] or, a chev. cheipiy, s;i. and ar. belw . 

three magpies pj)r. — Crest, on. a ducal coronet, a lion 

pass. ppr\ 
rlow'THK, gu. two swords, in saltier, ar. liilltd or, betw. 

four roses of the second. 
UowTON, [O.xon] or, on a fesse, cottiscd au. betw. three 

hiiixlb' heads, erased, sa. a unicorn, curitutj ar. — Crest, 



H U B 

a himl's head, craseil, or, betw. two branches of roses, 
liowered ar. slalLcd and leaved vert. 

HowTKED, [Yorlcs.] gu. on a cross flory or, five mullets 
of the field. 

Howwooi), ar. a chev. betw. three talbots pass. gu. 

HowxLF.Y, [Ches.] crm. on a bend, cottised gu. three 
crescents ar. 

HoxTON, [SuttiiloM-Iloxton, Sufi'.] gu. a chev. ar. guttec 
sa. betw. three liopartls' heads of the second. — Crest, a 
tower ppr. ensigned v.ith a flag az. flotaut to the sinister, 
slalf sa. 

Hoy, [Midaubnry, Hants. Sherift" of London, lBl-2-13] 
chequy, or and gu. a lion ramp. ar. — Crest, a dexter 
arm, embo^^el^, couped above and near the elbow, hoMing 
ill the hand a sword, all |)pr. ))oniel and hilt or. 

//o'/, or lloyc, or, a unicorn ramp. sa. — Crest, a demi lion, 
gu. supporting a long cross or, 

Jloy. .See llucy. 

HoYLAND, or Holland, [Lane] per pale indented gu. 
and or. 

Iloyland. The same arms. — Crest, a dexter hand, in fesse,- 
issuing from a cloud in the sinister, and pointing towards 
a crosier, in pale, issuing, pjir. 

Iloyland, [Line] barry pily of eight, or and gu. 

Iloyland, sa. a cross patonce or. 

HoYLE, ar. two lions, combatant, sa. — Crest, a demi lioa 
ramp, reguard. or, holding betw. the paws a shield az. 
charged with a sun or. 

HoYLES, — Crest, a youth's head in a helmet, aflVoniee, 
ppr. plumed ar. 

HoYNGTON', ar. a fesse, and chev. in base, sa. 

JiOYSTOUN, or Hynton, erm. on a chev. sa. five malt- 
lets ar. 

HoYTHEN, ar. three bends gu. over all a label of as many 
)joints az. 

HUBALD. See HUBAUD. 

Hl'BAND. [Wore] .., three leopards' heads, jessant-de- 
lis, . .. 
I Hnband, sa. three leopards' heads, jessaiit-de-lis, ar. 

Huband, sa. three fleurs-de-lis ar. 

Hlbakt, Hubert, or Hubberd, [Birchanger, Essex. 
Granted May, 1678] quarterly, ar. and sa. ; on a bend 
gu. three lions pass. or. — Crest, a boar'^s head, couped, 
gu. collared, ringed, and lined, ar. iu the mouth a spear 
sa. headed of the second. 

Iliibart, [Calais] az. a chev. ar. betw. three swans" necks, 
erased, of the second, ducally gorged gu. 

Hubaud, ur Hubald, [Twiford," De^b. ; and Ij'^ley, 
Warw.] sa. three leopards' heads, jessaut-dc-lls, ar. — 
Crest, a wolf |):iss. or. 

HuBBALD, [Stoke, Surrey. Granted 1707] gu. two os- 
trich's feathers, in saltier, ar. betw. four leopards faces 
or. — Crest, a leopard's head or, jessaut three like fea- 
thers, tiie centre one az. the other two gu. 

Hubbard, [Durhau)] sa. in chief a crescent ar. an.'l iu ' 
base an ctoile of eight points or, betw. two liauuchcs 
erm. — Crest, a wolf pass. or. 

Hubbard, vert, a chev. betw. three eagles' heads, crastd,_ 
ar. tlucrtll\> gorged gu. 

Uubbard, or Hubert, per cross, ar. and sa. ; on a beud. 
gu. three lions ramp. or. 

Hubdart. Same arms as Hubbard, Durliam. 
Hubberd, crm. two llaumlies sa. 
Hubberd. See Hubert. 



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HUG 



Ulbbeim, [Cork, Inlaiiil ; and hic of Tencrilit] az. ii 
talbot ar. — Crest, a boar's head sa. 

HuBBERTHORNE, sa. a iiiascle ar. within a bonlurc fiorv 
of tlie second. 

HUKBLEl HORN, [Yorks.] sa. a mascle within a tressiirc 
flory ar. 

HunEKsVEi), [Wcstni. and Yorks.] vert, a fesse or, betw. 
three moles sa. 

Hl'BKUT, [Suiibury, Midd.] quarterly, or and sa. ; on -i 
bend gu. three lions raiuj). of (lie first. — Crest, on a eha- 
pcaii gu. turned uj) crni. a lion's licad, erased, or, char- 
ged with three etoilcs, in fesse, of the first. 

Hubert, [Burgiie, Kent] lozcngy, gu. and vair. 

IJubert. See iluhart and Jluhbard. 

Hubert de Dukgo, gu. seven lozenges vair, three, three, 
and one, eonjoined. 

HlJBEY, or HULBEY, per pale, ar. and sa. a ehev. betw. 
three dolphins, all couiilerehangcd. 

Hdckbug, ax. ten plates, four, three, two, and one. 

HuCKEL, ar. a chev. belw. three oak-leaves, slijiped, vert. 

HrcKroRD, or, an englc displ. sa. eollarcd ar. 

Iluckford. See Jlickford. 

HucKl-E, per chev. embattled, ar. and gu. three lions ramp, 
connterchanged. 

HucKLEY, or HuKELEY', ar. two ehev. betw. three oak- 
leaves vert. 

Hucklcy. The same arms. — Crest,, a dexter baud support- 
ing the German im])erial crown ppr. 

HucKLiNG, Hurting, or Huktynge, ar. ten hurts, 
four, three, two, and one. 

HucKMORE, or HuGMORE, [Buckland, Devons.] per 
chev. sa. and or, iu chief four sithes, conjoined two aud 
two, ar. the handles of the second ; in base, a luoor-cock 
of the first. — Cre.st, a falcon ppr. preying on a moor- 
cock sa. combed and wattled gu. 

HucKS, ar. a chev. betw. three owls az. — Crest, on a ducal 
coronet -or, a lleur-dc-lis ar, 

HucKSAM, [Devons.] ar. on a fesse sa. three cross cross- 
lets or, within a bordurc az. 

HucKViLE, [Devons.] or, a bend betw. six trefoils, slipped, 
purp. 

HUDDESFiEi.D, ar. a fesse betw. three boars sa. — Crest, 
a boar pass. or. 

HuDDESTON.o)- Hudson, [Gyles-Clift, Warw.; and Hen- 
vill. Suss.] ])er pale, gu. and sa. a chev. ar. betw. six 
annulets or, two, two, and two, linked together, pale- 
ways. — Crest, an eagle's leg sa. joined at the knee to a 
sinister wing or. 

HuDDESWELL. The same arms as Huddesfield. 

HuDDLESTON, [Cauibr. ; Milholme Castle, Cumb. ; Gk)uc. 
I^nc. and Lincoln] gu. a fret ar. — Crest, two arms, dex- 
ter and sinister, cnibowed, vested ar. holding in their 
hands a scalp ppr. the inside gu. 

HuBDON, quarterly ; first and fourth, or, a man's leg, 

■ couped above the knee, az. ; second and third, ar. on a 
fesse gu. five bezants, three and two. 

Hupdy, [Stewel, Dors.] ar. a fesse, per fesse, vert and 
sa. betw. two cottises countorchanged. 

Huddii, [Devuiis. Granted 13 Feb. lo'iO] ar. a fesse in- 
dented paly, vert and sa. cottised of the second. — Crest, 
a bull pass. sa. attircil or, collared and lined ar. 

Huddy, [Nilhway, Devons.] ar. a fesse indented, j'cr fesse, 
sa. and vert, betw. two cottises cf.unterehangetl of the 
fesse. 



iliiddy, [Langnain, Sorntrs.] ar. a fesse indented paly, 
\ert and sa. — Crest, a bull pass. sa. attired or. 
I JIuddy, ar. a fesse, per fesse indented, vert and sa. cottised 
I of the third and second. 

IIl'DEl.s TON, ;;u. fretty ar. within a bordure or. 
I HuDEi.TON, [Clus.j ar. four ertn. spots, in cross, sa. 
HuDENElT, 'quarterly, per fesse indented, or and gu. a 
label of five points az. 

HUDGESON. See HoDSON. 

Hluleston, gu. a frctor. 

Iftidlcston, gu. fretty ar. 

HuDO, erni. 

Hudson, Bart. [Melton Mowbray. Leic. 3 June, lOUO] 

jier chev, enibatllvHl, ar. and gu. three escallops eounter- 

changed. — Crest, a grilHu's head, erased, ar. gorged with 

a mural crown gu. charged with three escallojis of the 

first. 
Hudson, Bart. [Wanli)), Leic. 21 June, 17.01] per chev. 

embattled, or and az. three martlets counterchau^ed. — ■ 

Crest, a martlet or. 
IJudson, [Ireland] or, a chev. betw. three martlets az. 

Crest, on a chapeaii gu. turned uj) or, an owl, with win^s 

expanded, ar. 
Hudson, [London] quarterly, per fesse embattled, or and 

sa. tlireo martlets counterchanged. — Crest, a dexter hand 
. erect, holding with the thumb aud fore finger a bi-zant 

ppr. 
Hudson, [London] per chev. embattled, or and vert, three 

martlets counterchanged. ^Crest, a martlet vert, vinn-ed 

or. 
Hudson, [Park-Crescent, Portland Place] or, ou a fesse, 

betw. three boars' heads, couped, gu. as many lions rami). 

of the field. — Crest, a lion's head, erased, or. 
Hudson, gu. on a iesse or, betw. three boars' heads, erased, 

ar. as many lions ramp. sa. — Crest, a lion holding a 

boar's head, erased, betw. the fore ]>a\vs, all ppr. 
Hudson. The same arms, with the boars' heads couped. — 

Crest, a lion ramp, or, holding .betw. the fore jiaws, a 

boar's head, coujied, sa. 
Hudson, pier chev. embattled, or and az. three martlets 

counterchanged. — Crest, a martlet sa, wings or, (Ano- 
ther crest, on a rock ar, a martlet or; Another, on a 

tower ar, a martlet az.) 
Hudson. The saine arms, — Crest, a martlet az. winged 

or. 
Hudson, ar. a cross moline betw. two lozenges in chief, and 

a boar's head, couped, iu base, sa. armed or. 
Hudson. See Hodsoii and Huddcston. 
Hudwel, [Devons.] ar. a fesse betw. three bears pass. 

sa. 
HuDWELL, [Devons.] ar. a fesse betw. three boars pass. 

sa. 
Hues. See Hewes. 

HuET, gu. a pale erm. — Crest, a crow, rising, ppr, 
HuGARD, az. a sun ar. 

Huge, ar. on a chief gu. two mullets or, pierced vert. 
Huger, [.South Carolina. !■ Granted 1771] ar. a human 

heart emitting ftanies, betw. two laurel-branches, fructed, 

saltieiways, in cliicf, aud an anchor, erect, in base, all 

ppr. betw. two fiaunchcs az. each charged with a Ikur- 

de-lisor. — Crest, a sprig, thereou a Virginia nightingale, 

all ppr. Motto, Vbi tibertns ibi patria. 
HuGESSEN, [Liiisfcd, Kent. Vide Lib. in Coll. of Arms 
, J) \S,J'ol. oii] or, on a mount an oak-tree ppr. belw . two 



p- — --■ 



HUG 



JiOdM, coiiil'ataiit, az.— Crest, an oak-tree bctw. two 

wines tf"^*^'" • • • , , , 

1/ ariirn [Norton, Kent] ar. on a mount vert, an oak- 

■ . .,pr^ lietw. two boars, erect, sa. armed or. 
.. yyy Crest, a dexter iiand holding a sheaf of arrows, 

|K.m!-H N|'"f'i''^' 
III titi'HK, az. three harts" heads, cabossed, or. — Crest, a 

l„,„'g |,;nv, i^snin"', and resting; upon a shield. 
Jii(iO>r<l, Uuijfordc, or Ilvkcford, [Glouc. Temp. Edw. 

/,"] or, uii castle displ. sa. 
JlnQl'ord, or Jliu/f/cford, veit, on a chev. or, bctw. three 

lIiilN' heads, cabossed, of the second, as many mullets. 



Lfd, 



lliiifixd, gu. three bucks' heads, cabossed, ar. 

Jii (;oAnf), az. an ctoile ar. 

lllGGKFOni), [Dicklestone, alias Dixton, Glouc. and of 
Warw.] vert, on a chev. bctw. three bucks' heads, ca- 
iKissed, or, as many mullets gu. — Crest, a stag's head 
or, gorged with a chaplet of laurel vert. 

lll'C.CFOKl), [Wore.] The same arms. 

Ifir.GEN, or, on a fesse, betw. three cross crosslets sa. as 
many escallops of the field. 

JkcGF.iiFOiiD. Same as Uuggefokd. 

IIUGGKT, [Kent] gu. a chev. betw. three bucks' heads, 
cabossed, or. 

Ih'GGlNS, [London] erm. a chev. vair, betw. three iozen- 
c;es az. on each a lion's ganib, erect and erased, ar. 

Jliir/yins: The same arms. — Crest, a sword in pale, enfiled 
with a leopard's face. 

Hugh, [Line] az. a saltier erm. betw. four flcurs-dc-lis 
or. 

llvgh, az. a chev. cugr. betw. three leopards' heads or, 
langued ar. 

lluGHAM, ar. achev. voided, sa. — Crest, a fox's head ar. 
scmee of torteauxes. 

H'lgham, ar. two chev. voided, sa. 

llvgham. See Ingham. 

lliGHES, Bart. [East Bergholt, Suft". 11 July, 177.3] az. 
a lion ramp. or. — Crest, a lion, couchant, or. 

Hughes, [Drecon] sa. a chev. bctw. three tieurs-de-lis or. 
— Crest, an arm, in armour, ppr. holding a fleur-de-lis 
ar. 

Hughes, [Ireland] gu. a fret ar. ; on a canton or, a rose 
of the first. — Crest, a griffin, sejant, gu. winged, .Trnied, 
and beaked, or, holding a laurel-garland vert. 

Hughes, [Chester] The same arms and crest as of Scot- 
land. 

Hughes, [Maidstone, Kent] gu. on abend ar. three fleurs- 
de-lis . , , in chief, a demi lion ramp. . . . — Crest, on a 
chapeau gu. turned up om. a demi eagle, with wings 
elevated, ... 

Hughes, [iMiddkton-Stony, Oxon] gu. on a bend, betw. 
two demi lions ramp. ar. as many fleurs-de-lis az. — 
•Crest, a licron ar. 

Hughes, [N.amp.] ar. on a bend gu. betw. two demi lions 
runip. coupcd, ppr. three fleurs-de-lis cr. 

Hughes, [Scotland, originally of Wales] quarterly; first, 
bcucly sinister of fourteen, or and vert, over all a lion 
ramp. gu. ducally crowned of the first ; second, ar. six 
Ilcurs-de-lis, three, two, and one, within a double tressure 
"ory counterflory az. ; third, gu. a c'lcv. bctw. three 
"'licorns, salient, ducally gorged or; fourth, crniinois, 
an eagle displ. or.— Crest, out of a ducal coronet, a 
•Jnicorn's head ar. 



H U L 

Hughes, [Weils, Somers.] The same arms and crest as 

Hughes, Bart. 
Hughes, [Wales] ar. an eagle displ. with two heads, sa. — 

Crest, an eagle's head, erased, sa. holding in the beak a 

stafl' raguly gu. entlamed ppr. 
Hughes, ar. a chev. betw. three fleurs-de-lis gu. — Crest, a 

lion ramp, or, holdincj a thistle, sli|i])ed, ppr. 
Hughes, gu. a fret ar. ; on a canton or, a pheon of the field. 
Hughes, ar. fretty gu. a canton erm. 
IIUGHSON, parted per cross, gu. and erm. in the first 

quarter a lion ramp, or, over all an eagle displ. of the 

last. 
Hdghton, [Scotland] ar. three piles issuing from a chief 

sa. 
HUGISON, [Linsted, Kent] ar. on a mount vert, an oak 

ppr. betw. two boars, erect, sa. armed or. 
Hugo, [Devons.] az. on a bend cngr. ar. three trees, era- 
dicated, vert. — Crest, a lion ramp, holding in the paws 

a standard ar. charged with a cross gu. 
Hugo, ar. a lion ramp. sa. crowned or, within a bordure 

az. 
Hugo, gu. fretty or, within a bordure ar. 
Hugo df. Grandmesnil, gu. a pale or. 
HuGON, [Temp. Williatn the Conqueror] ar. a greyhound, 

current, sa. 
Huyov, ar. on a chev. vaire, cr and gu. betw. three hurts, 

a hurt charged with a lion's head, erased, of the tuld. 
Ilugon, — Crest, a dexter hand ppr. Iioldiug a billet, in 

bend, gu. 
Hi GOT, [France] or, three caltrajis az. 
HuGSHE, or HuGsHEV, or, on a tesse sa. a lion pas^. ar. 
HuGVV.VRD, az. a sun or. 
HuGwoRTH, ar. a fesse gu. betw. three pellets. — Crest, 

a goat pass. ar. armed and hoofed or. 
HuiCH, or HuvsH, [Daiuford, Somers.] ar. on a bend 

sa. three barbels of the field. — Crest, an elephant's head 

az. bezantee, eared ar. ducally crowned or. 
Hi JSH, [Devons.] The same arms. — Crest, an elephant's 

head ar. ducally cro^^ned or. 
HuisoN. See IIouisoN. 
HuisTOCKE, . ., a chev. erm. betw. two lions pass, crowned 

or. 
HuiTSON, [Cleasby, Yorks.] az. an etoile of sixteen 

points or. 
HuKEFORD. See Hugford: 

HUKELEY. Sec HVCKLEY. 

HuLBAT, [Farnliaiii, .Surrey] sa. a cross betw. four leo- 
pards' heads, je=sant-de-lis, or. 

HULBERT, [Granted March, IG3'.)] quarterly, ar. and sa. 
in the sinister chief and dexter base, each a lion ramp, 
or, over all a bend gu. charged with three annulets of the 
third. 

Hulhcrt, az. a bend erm. betw. six mullets ar. 

Ilulhert, —Crest, a hand issuing out of a cloud, in jiale, 
ppr. holding a garland of laurel. 

HuLBEY. See Huf.ey. 

Hui.BURN, — Crest, a lion, issuing, holding in the dexter 
j)aw a mullet ar. Motto, Deus suuiinnm virtus. 

HuLCOT, lozengy, or and gu. within a bordure az. 

HuLCOTE. ThVsanie. 

Hui.E, az. an eagle dis|)l. or, armed gu. 

JIule, ])er fesse, or and ar. three etoiles sa. 

Hule. See IHll. 

HuLEs. See Hull, and Hulles. 

[Gs] 



H U L 



H U L 



HuLEYS, az. three caglt-s displ. or, over all a bend eiigr. 
gu. 

HuLFOUD, [(jloiic] ar. an eagto (lis);l. sa. 

Jlulford. Tlie same arms. — Crcsl, a tkxter hami holdino; 
an oak-branth ppr. 

HuLGirioN, gu. a lioii pass. ar. 

Hui.GEAVE, [Ches.] ar. a bend bctw. six martlets gu. 

Hulgrave. The same arms. — Crest, a band holding a 
thuiulLTbolt ppi. 

Ilulgruvp. Sec llolfjrnve. 

HuLGRKVi!, or IluLCKEEVE, erm. an incseutcheon gu. 

HuHN, or lIl'LYN, [Lord Mayor of London, 14-5y] ar. 
a chev. az. a bordure engr. sa. 

HuLKE, ])er ebcv. crencllee, ar. and gu. three lions ramp, 
couuterchangcd. 

HuLKEFOliu, [Glonc.] ar. an eagle disjil. sa. ducally gor- 
ged of the field. 

HuLKFOKD, [Glouc.] or, an eagle displ. sa. collared ar. 

Hull, [Bucks.; Larkbnry, Devons. ; O^terley, Durham; 
Baltersea, Surrey; imd Loudon, IGIC] sa. a chev. erm. 
betw. three talbots' beads, erased, ar.- — Crest, a talbot's 
head, erased, ar. betw. two laurel-branches ppr. nailed 
at the top, 

Hull, [Lnrckbere, St. Leonard's, Cornw. and of O.xon] sa. 
a chev. betw. three talbots' heads, erased, ar. 

Bull, [Cornw.] ar. a chev. gu. betw. three water-bougets 
sa. 

Hull, [Devons.] az. a chev. ar. betw. tliree chaplets or. 

Hull, [Devons.] gu. a chev. betw. three talbots' heads, era- 
sed, ar. 

Hull, [Child-Ockford, Dors. 2'cmp. Hen. JIL] or, a bull 
})ass. sa. collared and belled gold. 

Hull, [Durham] per pale, az. and gu. a chev. or, betw. 
three lleurs-de-lis ar. — Crest, a cubit arm .., grasping 
a fleur-de-lis . . . 

Hull, [Ireland] az. a chev. ar. betw. three fleurs-de-lis or. 
— Crest, a pigeon, volant, az. 

Hull, alias Hill, [Olneston, Glouc] az. on a chev. betw. 
three owls ar. as many mullets sa. all within a bordure 
engr. erm. 

Hvll, [Hammersmith, Midd.] sa. a chev. embattled, betw. 
three talbots' heads, erased, ar. 

Hull, [Stafls.] ar. a chev. gu. (Another, sa.) betw. three 
walcr-bougets sa. 

Hull, [r>attersea, Surrey, Conjirmcd 25 Jan, 1624] The 
same arms and crest as of Bucks. (Another crest, a tal- 
bot's head, erased, ar. collared gu.) 

Hull, [HanieldoD, Surrey] ar. on a chev. az. betw. three 
demi lions ramp. gu. as many plates. (A7iother, be- 
zants.) 

Hull, [Surrey] ar. on a chev. az. betw. three demi lions 
gu. as many bezants; on a chief sa. two piles of the 
field. — Crest, a dragon's head sa. eared gu. 

Hull, or Hall, az. an eagle displ. or. — Crest, a hunting 
horn az. garnished ar. 

Hill, ar. on a chev. az. betw . three demi lions pass. gu. as 
many bezants ; on a chief sa. two piles of the first. — 
Crest, a dragon's head, couped, sa. eared gu. collared or, 
charged with three torteauxes, on the neck a pale ar. 
betw. four plates. 

Hull, ))cr fesse, or and ar. three suns sa. 

Hull, ar. a pale lozengy gu. on the second a mullet or. 

Hull, or Hnks. The same arni5 as of Ireland. 

Jlvlt, or, three roses gu. 



Hull, erm. three fusils gu. 

Hull, erm. three lozenges gu. 

Hull, per pale, ar. and su. a chev. betw. three dolphins, 

naiant, counti- re hanged. 
Hull. See Hill. 
HULLCOTI. See IIOLCOTT. 
HuLLERS, az. an eagle displ. ar. 
Hullers. See Jhillcijs. 
HuLLEs, HuLSE, liuLSEY, HuLS, OT HowES, [Ncwbury, 

Berks. ; and Relherden, Kent] ar. three piles, oue issuing 

out of the chief betw. two others, reversed, sa. — Crest, 

a buck's head, couped, ppr. attired or, betw. the attires 

a sun of the last. 
Hnllcs, [Beiks.] sa. two piles ar. 
Hulks, [dies.] ar. two (Another, three) piles, sa. 
Hullcs, or JLills, az. a chev. betw. three fleurs-de-lis or. 
Hullcs, az. aw eagle displ. ar. uiembered or. 
Hulles, or Hales, az. a chev. ar. betw. three fleurs-de-lis 

or. 
HuLLEWELL, ar. on a chev. sa. three bezants. 
HiiLLEYS.o;- IIl'llers, [Cantbr.] az. an eagle displ. ar. 

a baton, in bend, gu. 
Hnlleijs, Hullies, and Hulhjs. The same arms. — Crest, out 

of a dncal coronet or, a unicorn's head gu. 
Hulleys, az. three eagles displ. or, over all a bend engr. 

gu- 

Hullies. See Hulleys. 

Hulling, or Hullingey, erm. three roses gu. 

Hullinc/, — Crest, a demi Savage holding over the shoulder 
a tree, eradicated, and bound round the waist and tem- 
ples w ith leaves p)ir. 

HuLLOCK, [Barnard-Castle, Durham; one of the Barons 
of the Exchequer, 182G] ar. a chev. vair, betw. three 
Moors' heads, couped at the neck, in profile, pjjr. — 
Crest, an ostricJi's head, couped, ar. betw. two ostrich's 
wings gu. in the mouth a horse-shoe or. 

HuLLONADGE, .., a bend sa. betw. an eagle disjil. in 
chief, and a cross crosslet in base, of the second. 

Hulls, [Somers. and Dors.] .., three escallops ... 

Hulls. See Hullcs. 

HuLLY, [Ireland] ar. three lions ramp. gu. — Crest, a 
greyhound's head az. bezantee. 

HuLLYs. See Hulleys. 

HuLME, [Lane] barry of eight, or and az. ; on a canton 
ar. a eha|)let gu. 

Hiilinc, [Dall-Ilay-House, near Leek, Staffs.] ar. a chev. 
ermines, betw. three cross crosslets (itehee sa. 

Huluie. Sec Hobne. 

HuLS, [iSorbury, Ches. Granted \oGii] The same arms 
as HuLLES, 1st. — Cres'., a stag's head |)pr. attired sa. 
Corgcd with a chaplet vert, betw. the horns a sun or. 

Huls. See Hullcs. 

HULSE, Bart. [Lincoln's-Inn-FiLlds, Midd. 7 /''ci. 1739 ; 
since of Breamore House, Hants. Town House, 4, New 
Burlington Street] ar. three piles, one issuing from the 
chief betw. the others, reversed, sa. — Crest, a buck's 
head, cou])ed, ]>pr. attired or, betw. the attires a sun of 
the last. 

Hulsc, [Ilethersden, Kent] The same arms. 

Uulse, ar. two piles sa. from the chief to the base, not 
joine<l in point, 

Uulse, and Hulsey. Sec Hiilles. 

HuLSON, [London and Yorks. Granted 10 Feb. 1577] 
ar. on a quarter sa. three croncls (Another, ducal crowns) 



H U M 

in bciid, or. — Crrst, a lion ramp. sa. holding a shield ar. 

williin a carvoil hordure. 
llulsun. Ti)e same arms. — Crest, a lion ramp. sa. holding 

an escutcheon ar. betw. his fore-jiaws. 
HtLSTON, ar. fretty gu. 
Ill i.TQN, or Hai.ton, [Farnworth, Lane] ar. a liou 

rump, double cpieued gii. — Crest, out ol' a ducal coronet 

or, a stag's head ar. betw. two rose-branches p|)r. 
Iliilton, [Farnworth, Lane] or, an eagle disjil. gu. beaked 

and legged az. 
JJullon, [Donington, Line, and of Parke] ar. a lion ramp. 

?"• 
Uulloii, alias Helton, [Donington, Line] ar. two bars az. 

Hnltou, az. a lion ramp, barry of six, ar. and gu. 

Ilnllon, az. a lion ramp, vaire, ar. and gu. 

JliiUon, gu. a lion ramp. ar. fretty az. 

IIuLYN'. See lioi.MK, arid HuLlN. 

flliM, az. a lion raniji. guard, ar. tlie feet gu. 

llUMnKRSTON, [\\ alkerne, Herts, and of Norf.] ar. three 
bars sa. in chief ;is many pellets. — Crest, a griffin's head, 
erased, ar. charged with three pellets in pale. 

Hu.MBLE, [Stratford, Essex; and London, 1034] sa. a 
buck, trippant, or, a chief indented of the last. 

JIumble. The same arn)s. — Crest, on a chapeau, an owl, 
risins, ppr. 

lIu.MK, IJart. [Wornileybury, Waltliam-Cross, Herts. 4 
Aiiff. 1769. Town House, 31, Hill Street, Berkeley 
.Square] vert, a lion ramp. ar.. — Crest, a lion's Lead, 
erased, ar. Motto, Tine to the end. 

Iliiijie, [Salisbury] The same arms. — Crest, on a chapeau 
gu. turned up erm. a lion's head, erased, ar. 

Hume, [England] or, a lion ramp, reguard. vert. 

Hume, [Hume Castle, Ireland, descended of Hume, of 
North Berwick] quarterly; first and fourth, Pohvoilh, of 
that Ilk: second and i\\\n\, Sinclair ; o\er all, on an 
escutcheon vert, a lion rump. ar. ; on a chief of the las(, 
three popinjays of the first, for Hume and Pepdie. 

Hiiinc, [iilackarider, Scotland] quarterly ; first, az. on a 
chev. ar. three roses >;u. for Blackaddcr ; second, Hume; 
third, Pepdie ; fouith, ar. a cross engr. ?..z. for Sinclair, 
of Hermanston. — Crest, an adder sa. in pale, holding in 
the mouth a rose gu. leaved anel stalked vert. Mutto, 
Vise a la Jiue. 

Hume, [Broxuioulh, Scotlautl] ar. three escutcheons vert. 

Hume, [E>irl of M.nchmount] quarterly ; (irst grand quar- 
ter counter-quartiucd, Uumc and Pepdie; second, ar. 
three piles engr. gu. issuing from the chief, for Puluortlt; 
third, ar. a cross engr. az. for Sinclair ; fourth, as the 
first; over all, in the centre, an escutcheon ar. charged 
with an orange ppr. stalked and slijijied vert, tnsigued 
with an inijierial crown ppr. — Crest, out of a human 
heart, a dexter arm erect, holding a scimitar, all ])]ir. 
Motto, True to tlie end. 

Hume, [Earl of Dundjar] quarterly ; first and fourth, Hume; 
second, Pepdie ; third, ar. three inescutcheous vert, for 
Hume of Broxinouth ; over all, in surtout, the arms of 
Hunbcir, Karl of March. 

Hume, [llenlon, .Scotland] (juarterly ; first Hume; second, 
Pepdie; third, ar. three huntiiur horns sa. strini^ed gu. 
lor J'orreslir; fourth, gu. a pelican, feeding her young, 
ar. vulned ppr. for lUme, of Eluicfoord. — Crest, a jieli- 
can, vulned, ppr. 

Uumc, [Kimmerghamc, Scotland] quarterly ; first, Hume, 
^*ilhin a burdure engr. ar. ; second, Polworth ; third. 



H U M 

Sinclair; fourth, as the first. — Crest, a lion's head, 
erased, ar, with a collar ])owdered with roses and fleurs- 
de-lis gu. Motto, Tnic to the end. 

Hume, [Crossrig, Scotland] quarterly; first and fourth, 
vert, a lion ramp. ar. within a bordureerni. ; second and 
third, az. on a chev. ar. three roses gu. for Blackaddcr. 
— Crest, a lion's head, erased, ar. collared gu. Motto, 
True to the end. 

Hume, [Coldinghainlaw, Scotland] quarterly; first, vert, a 
lion rani]), ar. ; second, ar. three popinjays vert; third, 
ar. a cross engr. sa.; fourth, ar. three piles, issuing from 
the chief, gu. — Crest, a hand issuing out of a man's 
heart, holding a couteau sword, all ppr. Motto, 2V«c 
to the end. 

Hume, [IluKon Hall, Scotland] quarterly; first and fourth, 
vert, a lion ramp. ar. ; second and third, ar. three par- 
rots vert, all within a bordure ar. 

Hume. Sec Home. 

Hum HUSTON, [Norf. l-iSB] The same as Humber- 

STON. 

Humerslon, crni. a saltier componee, or and gu. betw. four 

bezants. 
Hu.MET, [Sand ford, Line. Constable of Normandy, Temp. 

Hen. 11.] ar. a bordure gu. bczanfee. 
HUMFINES, ar. three lions pass. gu. 
HuMFRAviLL, gu. an orle erm. 
HuMFRESTONE, [Hants.] ar. an eagle, displ. with two 

heads, sa. over all, on a chev. gu. three roses or. 
Humfrcs'une, [Humfreston, Saloj)] ar. an eagle displ. vert, 

over all, on a chev. gu. three roses of the field. 
HiiMFREV ii.E, az. billettee, a cinqucfoil within a bordure 

ar. changed with horse-shoes sa. 
Humfrer-ile, gu. a cross crosslet or. 
HuMFKEVll.L, ar. ten crosses pattee gu. four, three, two, 

and one. — Crest, a hand holding a fleur-de-lis gu. 
Ifuntfrevill, gu. an orle ar. 
Humfrerill, gu. an orle erm. a label az. 
Humfrccill, gu. scniee de cross crosslcts, a cinquefoil (A- 

nothcr, a rose) or. 
i Humfrerill, gu. seinee de cross crosslets ar. a rose or. 
IluMFREY, [Truro, Cornw.] gn. a cross botonnfee ar. 

charged with four escallojis sa. — Crest, on a mount vert, 

a cornish chough ar. wings expanded, beaked and legged 

gu. gorged with a bar gemellc or. 
Humfrci/, [Chaldon-IIninphrey, Dors.] gu. a cross baton 

ar. j)ierce(l of the field, charged with twelve escallops 

sa. — Crest, a leopard pass. ..,einbrued at the mouth 

gu. 
Humjreij, [Rottendon, Essex ; Cilouc; and N.amp.] gu. 

on a cross botonnee -.ir. fi\e ))ellcts. — Crest, a cross bo- 

tonnee or. charged with five pellets. 
Humfreij, [Dublin. Conjirmed ^(J Jan. 1G38] gu. a lion 

ramp, or, over his head a ducal coronet of the last, armed 

and langued az. — Crest, on a ducal coronet, an eagle, 

with win^s endorsed, holding in the dexter claw- a brokin 

spear, all or. 
Humfrcy, [Leic. and Barton, N.anip.] The same arms as 

of Dors. — Crest, a harpy ar. face ppr. crined or, wings 

expanded of the last. 
Hnwfreij, [London. Granted June, 15G2] sa. a chev. 

engr. or, betw. three bezants; on a chief of the second, 

a rose gu. betw. two fleurs-de-lis az. — Crest, a horse's 

head or, pellcttee, bclw. two wings, barry wavy of sLx^ 

ar. and az. 



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HUN 



Ilumfrcy, [Kishanglcs, SufT. Confirmed 20 Jan. 1C30] 
Tlic same arms and cri'st as of Uiibliii. 

llumfrcij, or Ihuiqihrcij, [Ilolbroke and Diiiikstoiic, Sufi".] 
The same arms ami crest. 

JIumficy, [London] The same as Jlumfriys, Loudon and 
Wales. 

Ilumfrey, or, on a chcv. betw. three fleurs-de-lis sa. as 
many bezants. 

JJumfrey, quarleily, ar. and sa. 

llinnficy, or lluniphrey, sa. four palcts erm. i 

IIUMFREYS, IIUMl'HREYS, III MFREY, or HlMFRY, ; 
[London ami Wales. Granted 'I'l .4pri7, 1717] sa. three j 
nags' heads, erased, ar. — Crest, a lion, sejant, or, repo- 
sing the dexter foot upon a nag's head, coupcd, ermines. [ 

HuMLEY, ar. three taibots pass. az. — Crest, a talbot pass. | 
az. I 

Hummel, ar. a bend betw. two crescents gu. 

HUMMELL. See HOMILL. I 

Humphrey", [Lord Mayor of London, \llo] The same! 
arms and crest as Hum1"Reys. 

Humjihrcy, I/itniphrie, or Humphry, sa. three ostrich's 
feathers ar. — Crest, a demi griffin, wings endorsed, hold- 
ing betw. the claws a ducal coronet ppr. 

IJumjihrcy . See Ilumfrcy. 

Humphreys, [Bishop of Bangor, 1697] gu. a lion ramp, 
ar. 

Huvqihrcys, gu. a cross patoncc eim. — Crest, a badger 
ppr. 

Humphreys, sa. a cross patouce ar. 

Humphreys. See Hunifrcys. 

Humphrys, Humphreys, Humphries, Humphris, 
and Hu.MPHRY'ES, ar. a lion pass, guard, sa. — Crest, 
three legs, conjoined at the tliigh, flexed at the knee, and 
spurred, ))pr. 

HuMYNGE. Tlie same as Hunninge. 

Hun, or HuNNE, [Essex and Kent. Granted 8 Sept. 
1572] az. a lion ramp, guard, ar. — Crest, a dcnii lion 
ramp. ar. ducaliy gorged or. 

Hun, az. a leopard ramp. (Another, pass.) ar. 

HUNCKS. See HUNKES. 

HuNDEN, ar. a fesse, embattled, betw. three escallops gu. 

HUNDER, av. a bend vert, cottiscd gu. 

HuNDEScoT. See Hundscot. 

HuNDESCOTT, gu. an inescutcheon enu. 

HuNDFIELD, or Hun FIELD, quarterly, or antl gu. ; on the 

second and third quarters, each three plates, a label sa. 
Hundscot, oj- Hundescot, erm. a bordurc gu. 
HuNESDON, ar. a fesse, countcr-en)baltied, betw. three 

escallops gu. 
HuNFiELD. See Hundfield. 
HUNGATE, or HuNGATT, [Saxton, SandhuttOD, Buruby, 

and North Dalton, Yorhs.] gu. a chev. ener. betw. three 

hounds, sejant, ar. — Crest, a hound, sejant, ar. 
Hungate, gu. on a chev. engr. betw. three taibots ramp. 

ar. a mullet , .. — Crest, on a mount vert, a talbot pass. 

sa. 
Hunger, sa. two bars ar. betw. three plates. — Crest, two 

sickles, interlaced, ppr. 
HUNGERFORD, [Wiudrusb, Glouc. ; and Farley-Castle, 

Marson, Wills.] sa. two bars ar. in chief three plates. — 

Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a pepper-garb of the 

first, betw. tvo sickles, erect, |)jir. 
Hunycrfard, [Lincoln's Inn, Midd.j The same arms and 

crest. 



Hunr/crford, [Cadcnham and Heytesbury, Wilts.] per pale 
indented, ^u. and vert, a chev. or. — Crest, as the last. 

Ilunycrford, -or, on a chev. sa. betw. two cheveroncl.-; gu. 
three martlets of the field, a chief \air. — Crest, out of 
a ducal coronet, a garb or, betw. two sickles ppr. (Ano- 
ther crest, a martlet sa. betw.. two palm-branches or, 
bchinil the niurtkt a cross formee (itehi'e of the last.) 

Hunyerford, az. a cross or, ringed at the ends, with a ring 
linked to each, betw. four bezants; on a chief ar. a grif- 
fin pass. sa. 

Hunyi rford, gu. a chcv. betw. three crosslets fitchec or. . 

HunycrJ'ord, per pale indented, or and vert, a chev. gu. 

HuNGFORD, [Temp. Edw. /.] gu. three stags' heads, 
cabos<cd, ar. horned or. 

Hu.VGHAM, ar. three chev. voided, sa. — Crest, a dexter 
haml holding a pair of compasses, points upward, jijjr. 

HUNHALTON. See HUNYNGTON. 

Hunhulton, ar. on a pale sa. three eagles displ. of the 

field. 
HuNiKAN, — Crest, out of a naval coronet, a lion's head, 

guard, betw. two spears issuing. 
HuNiNG, quarterly, az. and gu. over all a lion ramp. ar. 
HuNINGES, [Chcs. and Carsam, .Suft'.] quarterly; vert and 

gu. a lion ramp. ar. — Crest, a lion's head, erased, ar. 

collared sa. 
Huninycs, az. a lion rani]), ar. a chief or. 
HUNISTE. See HUNSTER. 

HuNKERViLLE, vert, three hatchets, or pole-axes, erect, 
or. 

HUNKES, or HuNCKS, [Bucks. Glouc. Norf. Warw. and 
Wore] gu. an iuescutcheou ar. charged with three mul- 
lets sa. within an orle of eight bezants. — Crest, a grey- 
hound, current, erm. collared sa. 

HuNKiN, [Gatherley, Devoiis.] ar. a mascle sa. over all 
a fesse of the last. 

HuNLOCK, [London. Granted 1587] az. on a fesse, betw. 
three tigers' heads, erased, or, as many mullets of the 
field. — Crest, on a chapeau az. turned up erm. a cocka- 
trice ppr. 

HUNI.OKE, Bart. [Wingarworth, Derb. 29 Feb. 1642] az. 
a fesse betw. three tigers' heads, erased, or. — Crest, on 
a chapeau az. turned uj) erm. a cockatrice, with wings 
expanded, ppr. combed, beaked, and wattled or. 

HuNNE. See HuN. 

Hunninge, and Hunny'Nge. The same arms and crest 
as Awing. 

Hunnis, [Midd. Granted 14 Feb. 3508] bendy of six, 
or and az. a unicorn ram]), vert, armed ar. — Cwst, betw. 
two honey-suckles ppr. a unicorn's head, couped, or, 
charged with two beudlets az. 

HuNSDON. See Huntisdon. 

HuNSLEY, sa. a fesse betw. three cinqucfoils ar. 

HuNSTE. See Hunt. 

Hun STEP, gu. a chief cheqny, or and az. 

HuNSi EN, [Boston, Line] sa. four lozenges, in cross, erm. 
within a bordnre engr. ar. 

HuNSTER, Hunt, or IIuniste, [Beds, and Kent] sa. a 
fesse betw. three cinqucfoils or. (Another, ar.) 

HuNSTON, [Walpole, Norf. Granted by Patent, dated 
6 Feb. Srd and Ath Philip and Mury] sa. four lozenges, 
one, two, and one, erm. within a bordure engr. or, quar- 
tering Dealers, Haltofl, ifc. — Crest, a hind's head, cou- 
jied, or, bearing in the mouth a holly-sliji \ert, fructed 



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H U N 



JIlNSTOO, ar. a lion ramp. sa. 

Ht.NsTOW, sa. three lo;!enges erm. 

Ill NT, [Chalderstoii, I'cds.] ar. on a chev. \vithiii a Iwr- 
(tiiro ;;ii. aii annulet or. 

Hunt, [Aston, Derb.] ar. a bugle-horn sa. stringed vert ; 
on a tliief gii. three mullets, pierced, of the lieM. (Ano- 
ther, 'on a chief three roses or.) — Crest, a bugle-horn as 
in the arms. 

Hunt, [Cliiillcy, Devons.] az. on a bcud, hetw. two uater- 
bou" els or, thiec leopards" heads gu. — Crest, on a mount 
vert, against a halbert, erect, in pale, gu. headed ar. a 
talbot, sejant, or, collared and tied to the hidbert, of the 
second. 

Hunt, [Stockgravc, Devons. and of Worcester] gu. on a 
fcsse, betw. three ciuquefoils or, a lion pass, of the field. 
— Crest, a boar's head, erect, betw, two ostrich's feathers 
sa. 

Hunt, [Rumford, Essex] per pale, ar. and vert, a saltier 
counterchanged, a canton erni. — Crest, a tJilbot, sejant, ; 
sa. collared or, lined az. tiic line tied to a halbert, in j 
pale, of the second, headed of the last. I 

Hunt, [Hoggeshack, Ilertf.] sa. a fesse or, in chief two 
cinquefoils of the last. 

Hunt, [Ireland] sa. a chev. betw. six leopards or ; on a 
chief of the second, a lion pass. gu. liolding in the dex- 
ter paw a serpent. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, 
an armed arnr gu. holding a sword of the first. 

Hunt, [I-incoln's Inn] az. a bend betw. six leopards' faces 
or. — Crest, a stag's head erased, ppr. 

Hunt, [Kilderveston, Norf.] per pale, ar. and sa. a saltier 
counterchanged, betw. four horse-shoes gu. 

Hunt, [Herrajngtoft, Norf. and of Suff.] vert, a saltier 
or. — Crest, a lion, sejant, erm. 

Hunt, [Lynden and Hindon, Rnts. ; and Gsyton, Staffs.] 
az. a bend betw. six leopards' heads or.- — Crest, a leo- 
pard's head betw. two wings, expanded, or. 

Hunt, [Lougnor, Salop] jicr pale, ar. and sa. a saltier 
counterchanged. — Crest, a lion's head, erased, per pale, 
ar and sa. collared gu. lined and ringed or. 

Hunt, [Speckington, Somers.] az. two chev. betw. three 
martlets ar. (Another, a chev. voided.) 

Hunt, az. on a bend or, betw. six leopards' heads of the 
second, as many water-bougets sa.—Crest, a leopard-'s 
head or, betw. two wings az. 

Hunt, az. on a bend betw. three water-bougets or, as many 
leopards' faces gu. — Crest, a talbot, sejjint, or, collared 
and lined gu. the line refiexed over the back, ending in 
a knot, behind him a halbert, erect, staff of the second, 
blade ar. 

Unnt, per pale, ar. and vert, a saltier connterchanged, a 
canton erm. — Crest, on a mount vert, a talbot, sejant, 
or, collared and lined gu. the line fastened by a knot to 
a halbert, erect, behind the talbot, staff of the second, 
barbed ppr. 

Hunt, az. on a fcsse ar. betw. three cinquefoils or, a lion 
pass. gu. — Crest, a boar's head, couped and erect, betw. 
two ostrich's feathers. 

Hunt, per cross, or and sa. a cross lozengy counterchanged. 

Hunt, per pale, ar. and sa. a saltier counterchanged ; on 
a canton of the second, a lion pass, of the first. 

'lunt, per pale, ar. and sa. a saltier counterchanged, in 
tJiief a lion pass, guard, per palo, of the second and first. 

''unt, az. a chev. (Anotkfr, cngr.) betw. three martlets 



Hunt, az. a chev. eiigr. betw. three martlets or. 

Hunt, gu. a hound pass. betw. three plieons or, within a 
hordure engr. ar. ]iellettee. 

Hunt, ar. a bordiire gu. bezantce. 

Hunt, ar. on a cbex . within a bordure gu. five bezants. 

Hunt, gu. an inesiutc luon ar. within an orle of bezants. 
(Another, of crescents or.) 

Hunt, sa. on a fesse or, betw. three cirif|ucfoils of the se- 
cond, a lion pass. gu. 

Hunt, az. on a bend, betw. six leopaids' heads or, three 
water-bougets sa. 

Hunt, az. six leopards' lieads or. 

Hunt, [Norf.] gu. three mullets sa. within a bordure ar. 
charged with eight torteauxes. 

Hunt, gu. a hind, springing, ar. betw. three pheons or, 
within a boniurc of the last, pellettee. 

Hunt, gu. a hind, trippant, betw. three pheons or, within 
a bordure of the second, (Another, the bordure cngr. 
ar.) pellettee. 

Hunt, or Iliim^to, sa. a fesse betw. three cinquefoils or. 

HuNTCACK, [Staffs.] gu. a fesse or, fretty of the field, 
betw. three talljots' heads, erased, az. 

Hunter, B.irt. [Lord Mayor of London, 1811-12. Cre- 
ated ^o Hpc. 101'2. Hcsidcnce, Mortimer Hill, near 
]{cading. 'J'own House, Artillery-Ground, City] or, a 
lion ramp. gu. betw. eight crosses ])attee fitchee sa. — 
Crest, a dcmi lion holding betw. the paws a cross pat- 
tee fitcliee as in the arms. 

IkiNTER Ri.AiR, Rart. Sec Bi.air. 

Hunter, [Africa] ar. a chev. az. betw. three bugle-horns 
sa. stringed gu. 

Hunter, [Durham] gu. -on a fesse or, bclw. tljree slags' 
heads, erased, of the second, as many bugle-horns stringed 
sa.— Crest, a bugle-horn vert, garnished or, stringed gu. 

Hunter, alias Pciry, [Wotton-Underedge, Glouc] ar. on 
a chev. az. betw. three lions ramp. gu. as many bugle- 
horns or. 

Hunter, [Grosvenor-Place, and Croyland Manor, Line] 
vert, three greyhounds, current, ar. two and one; on a 
chiel of the last, as many bugle-horns, stringed gu. 
quartering Orlnj, Howard, and Gerard. — Crest, a grey- 
hound's head and neck, couped, ar. 

Hunter, [Upper Grosvenor Stieet, London] quarterly ; 
first and fourth, or, on a mount vert, a tree ppr. ; on a 
chief gu. a crescent betw. two mullets ar. all within a 
bordure gobony of the first and fourth; second and 
third, gu. three arrows, lying fcsseways, in pale, ar. the 
points toward the dexter. — Crest, a demi lion ... 

Hunter, [Rallagan, Scotland] ar. three hunting horns vert, 
stringed gu. 

Hunter, [Hnnterstoun, Scotland] vert, three dogs of chase 
ar. collared or ; on a chief of tbe second, as many hunt- 
ing horns of tiic first, stringed gu. 

Hunter, vert, three greyhounds, current, ar. two and one ; 
on a chief of the last, as many bugle-horns sa. stringed 
gu. — Crest, a greyhound's head, erased, ar. 

Hunter, or, a lion ramp. gu. within an orle of crosses pat- 
tec fitchee sa. 

Hunter, ar. a lion ramj). gu. betw. eight crosses jjaltce 
fitchee sa. 

Hunter, ar. three bugle-horns, in bend, gu. stringed veit. 

HuNTERCOMnE, crm. two bars g.^mclles gu. — Crest, a 
sword, in pale, enfiled with a man's liead, coujjcd, auvl 
wreathed about tile tcnijiles. 

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Huntercombe, or Untcrconihc, [Bunihaui, Bucks.] The 

same arms. 
JJtinfcicuinljf, crm. two bars gcmelles sa. 
Jlunlercomhc, crm. two bars, voided, gu. 
Jluntereoiiilje, a.z. a chief or, over all a lion ramp, of the 

second. 
HuNTESDON. Same as HuNTlSDON. 
Hunting, or Hurting, ar. tcu hurts, four, three, two, 

and one. 
Hvnlhui. The same arms. — Crest, a dexter baud pj)r. 

holding up a shield az. 
Huntitifj, ar. eighteen hurts, nine, four, tliree, and two. 
Huntingdon, [Winehley Hall, Essex] ar. fretty sa. ; on 

a chief gii. three mulKls or. 
IIu?itinf/rlon, or lluntiiir/toii, or, billetti'e, alien ramp. az. 

— Crest, a crosier ar. 
Iltinthigdon, gu. a fessc betw. three bugle-horns ar. 
Utinthir/don, ar. fretty sa. ; on a chief of the second, three 

mullets or. 
HuNTlNGFELD, quarterly, or and gu. a label of three 

points sa. on each as many plates. 
Huntinrjfeld, gu. on a bend ar. three lions ram]), sa. 
HuNTlNGFlELD, [Beds, and Herls.] The same arms. 
Htinlina field, [Ileref. Temp. Edw. I.] The same. 
Hwitingjh'ld, [Kent] quarterly, or and gii, within a bor- 

dure (Another, engr.) sa. 
Hviitiny field, [Suff.] or, on a chief gu. three plates. 
Huntlmificld, [Hunli-gfield, Suft". Tcvip. Hen. II.] or, on 

a fcsse gu. three plates. 
Hunlinrfjirld. The same arms. — Crest, a dagger and sword, 

ill saltier, jipr. 
Hunt ill (/field, quarterly, gu. and or; on a bend ar. three. 

lions ramp, of the first. 
Uuntinr/Jtcld, quarteily, or and gu. a label of five points 

sa. 
Huntinrf field, quarterly, or and gu. a label of five points 

az. bezantce. 
Iluntingfcld, or, a cross az. 
Sunfingficld, gu. a bend betw. six crosses formee fitchee 

ar. 
Huniincijield, or, on a bend gu. three plates. 
HlNTlNGFORD, \_C'oniccrated Bishop of Gloucester in 

1812, and translated to Hereford in 181 '>. llesidener, 

Palace, Hereford] per fcssc, sa. and erminois, freKy gu. 

a fesse, per tesse nebulce of the second and first, in chief 

three crosses patfte fitchee at the foot ar. — Crest, u 

griffin's head, erased, or, wings, elevated, fretty gu. 

holdiug iu the beak a cross pattee fitehoc at the foot ar. 
Huntington, [Devons.] erm. three -water-bougets, in 

bend, sa. betw. twocottises gu. 
Hun'.inpton, ar. billettee, a lion ramp. az. 
Huntington, ar. three lions ramp. purp. 
Huntington. See Huntin'^don. 

HUNTISDO.N", or HuNSUO.N, gu. a fcs.se betw. three bugle- 
horns or. 
HUNTI.EV, [Frowccster, Glouc] ar. on a chev. betw. 

three stags' heads, couped, sa. as many bugle-horns, 

stringed of the first. — Crest, a talbot ppr. collared and 

lined or. 
Huntley, [Bnxwell, Cilouc] ar. on a chev. betw. three 

bucks' heads, erased, sa. as niatiy bugle-horns, stringed, 

of the field. — Crest, a talbot pass. ppr. 
Huntley, [Uorking, Surrey, and of ^^'all s] ar. on a clic\. 

bttw. three bucks' heatis, erased, sa. as many buiilc- 

Iwms or. (Another, the liorns ar.) 



Huntley, ai. ( Another, cim.) a chev. betw. three bucks' 

heads, couped, sa. 
Huntley, erm. a cliev. couped, sa. 
HuNTO.N, [Wills. Granted 1;J78] sa. a chev. erm. betw. 

tliree talbot^ pass. ar. — Crest, a deuii talbot ramp, and 

erased, ar 
Huntim, [East-Knoyle, -Wilts.] ar. on a cliev. jjtr pale, 

gu. and az. betw. three talbots pass. sa. as manv staes* 

heads, cabosseil, or. — Crest, a demi taliiot gu. collared 

and eared or, holding betw. the paws a stag's head, ra- 

bossed, of the last. 
I Hunton, or Hntton, [Cambr.] ar. three hurts charged with 

as many martlets of the field ; on a chief vert, an ea;lc 

displ. or, all within a bordnre engr. gu. 
HuNT.STON, [Line.] , ., a lioa ramp. . . . 
Hi NYNGTON, or HuNH.ALTON, ar. On a pale, sn. tiiree 

eagles displ. of the field. 
HuRAULT HE Chiverny, Or, a cross az. i'etu. four 

suns gu. 
HuRD, vert, a bend erm. betw. three escallops ar. — Crest, _ 

a bear's bead sa. muzzled gu. betw. two wings. 
HuRDlNG, [Dors.] gu. two bars wavy erm. 
HuRDMAN, . ., a fesse . ., betvs . two flaunchcs cria. 
HURELL, and HURLE. See Hurrell. 
HuRGSE, or, a cross vert, a label of three points. 
Hurlebf.rt, quarterly, ar. and sa. in the slcoh.I and 

tiiird, a lion rainp. or ; on a bend su. three annulets of 

the third. — Crest, an arm, brnt, couped at liie si.oulder, 

gu. holding a battle-axe, start' of the last, blafie auJ 

gauntlet ar. at the wrist a ribbon, tied in a knot, of the 

first. 
Hfri.fston, [Picton, Ches.] ar. four ermine spots in 

cross sa. 
Hcrlestone, quarterly; first and fourth, ar. a cross of 

four ermine spots sa. ; second, ar. a bend and ocmi bend, 

both engr. sa. ; third, ar. a chev. betw. three stone-bows 

sa. — Crest, a goat's head ar. bearded and attired or, oii 

the neck four ermine spots in cross. 
Hurlestone, ar. a chev. betw. three stone-bows sa. 
Hurley, ar. a crescent betw. three trefoils sa. — Crest, 

out of a ducal coronet a peacock ppr. 
Hurlston, [Canington, Beds.] ar. a fesse ermines betw. 

two bars gemellcs sa. 
Htirlstou, or Horleslnn, [Hurlston, Lane] ar. four ermine 

spots, in cross, sa. the heads meeting in the centre point. 

— Crest, an .^i mine pass. ppr. 
Hurhton, sa. a cross betw. four crescents erm. 
Hurrell, Hurell, or Hlrle, ar. a chev. bttiv. three 

cross-bows, unbent, az. — Crest, a lion ramp. pjir. hold- 
ing a flag displ. gu. charged with a cross in the dexter 

chief. 
Hurry, [Scotland] .., in chief a lion ramp, gu.: in base 

two mullets az. — Crest, a lion's gamb. Motto, Sans 

tache. 
Hurry, .,, in chief a lion ramp. gu. ; in base two mullets 

of the last. — Crest, a harpy, with wings expan.ied, pp.-. 
Hurst, [Sabridgcworth, Herts.] ar. an etoile d sixteen 

points gu. a crescent for dill'. — Crest, in a wood pjir. (be 

sun or. 
Ilurst, [Stert'ord, Herts.] ar. the sun in splcmiour, gu. — 

Crest, as the last. 
Ilurst, [NS'elbi'iy, Herts. Granted 171J] quarterly, erm. 

and or, a sun gu. — Crest, a sun or, lising from bthind a 

castle ppr. stauding on a mount vert. 



H U S 

B'i:r(f, [Hinckley, Leic. Granted 1703] quarterly, az. 
iiiidiru. over all a sun or, in the first and fourth (|uar- 
(i-rs, l«o flpurs-de-lis fossewnys; in the second and third, 
ii linn pass. Rnard. of tlio third. — Crest, a dragon, with 
\\in"s elevated, ar. rcposins: the dexter foot on a cross 
, riii.slet or, charged on the shoulder willi a tlcur-de-lis 

az. 
Iliinl, [Horsham Park] quarterly, crm. and or, over all a 

vim C". — Crest, an oak-tree ppr. 
//»)>/, [I'arrowhy, Line] ar. an ctoile of twelve points gu. 
Jliirst, [Salop] ar. six billets az. frctty, three in fesse, and 

as many in pale. 
/^/^.^^ ar. a sun gu. 
/liirsi, ar. a mullet of six jioints gu. 
IlriiSTON, ar. a comet-star, with four eradiations. 
IhiisY,— Crest, a book sa. 
Ill KT, [Aldcruasloy, Derb. and of Staffs.] sa. a fesse 

l.r-tw. three cinqiiifoils or. — Crest, a stag, trippant, .. 

wounded in the buttocks by an arrow ... 
JJiirl, [Ashborne, De\ons.] The same arms. 
JJvrl. The same. — Crest, two hands, coupcd, conjoined 

in fesse, ppr. 
Hlrting. See Huckling. 
IliTKTON, ar. three bends engr. and a canton gu. 
HuilTSTON, ar. three cross-bows gu. 
IIUKTYNGE. Sec HrCKLtNG. 
IIURYSSE, ar. a cliev. gu. betw. three hinds' heads, cabos- 

sed, of the second. 
HvSBAND, ar. on a fesse, voided, az. betw. three martlets 

sa. a mallet cu. — Crest, a demi griffin holding in the 

claws a ducal coronet ppr. 
llasbaud, [Gesley] ar. on a fesse, voided, az. betw. three 

niarflets sa. as many mullets gu. fimbriated of the se- 
cond. 
Jliisbcoicl, ar. on a fesse, cottised, betw. three martlets gu. 

as many mullets of the field. 
IIusDKLl^, [Monkwearmouth, Durham] jier fesse, or and 

sa. a pale countcrchanseil, on the first, three fleurs-de- 
lis gu. — Crest, a donii lion ppr. (Sec PI. of Arms) 
HusE, ar. a leo;, in bend sinister, couped at the thigh, sa. 

betw. two ciuquefoils gu. — Crest, a dexter hand ])pr. 

holding a cross j)allee, in pale, or. 
llusKli, IIussEE, (///(/ IlussY, ar. a cross vert. — Crest, 

a leopard pass, guard. p|)r. 
llusee, or Hussey, barry of six, erm. apd gu. 
Husky, or, on a fesse sa. a lion pass. av. 
IIiiscij, erm. three bars gu. 
Jliispy. See Hussoj. 

HusKlssov, — Crest, on a rock a goose perched, ppr. 
llusoN, [Tentcrden, Kent] quarterly, gu. and criii. an 

eagle displ. or. 
Iluson, quarterly, '^ii. and crm. an eagle displ. sa. — Crest, 

a ram's head, erased, ar. horned or. 
HussE, ar. three legs, conped at the thigh, gu. spurred 

or. 
HussEE. Sec HusEE. 

HlssF.NHUL, erm. a mullet of six points, pierced, gu. 
Hl'ssEY, [Dors. Ess'.'x, Salop, and Wills.] barry of six, 

erm. and gu.— Crest, a boot sa. spurred or, top))ed 

erm. 
llitssey, [Dors.; Hador, Gowthorj), and Linwood, Line. ; 

unA of Wilts.] or, a cross vert. — Crest, on a mount vert, 

a hind, eouchant, regiiard. against a hawlhoni-lree, |>pr. 

ducally gorged and lined or. 



H I' T 

Hitssei/, [Ireland] or, on a cross vert, a label gu. — Crest, 
an urn), in armour, vambraced, az. holding a cross cross- 
let iitchee, ill pale, or. 

Jliissey, [Hcniiigton, Line] ar. a cross vert. 

Hussei/, [Notts, and Wilts.] or, on a fesse sa. a lion pass, 
ar. 

Ilusscif, [Suff. and Suss.] erm. three bars gu. 

Hiisii'i/, [Vorks.] or, on a cross vert, a mullet of the 
first. 

Hiissci/, [Yorks.] or, on a cross vert, a label gu. 

JJitsscij, barrv of six, erni. and gu.; on a canton of the 
last, a cross or. — Crest, on a mount vert, a hind pass, 
ar. under a tree ])pr. 

liitssetj, ar. a Ice, couped, in bend, sa. betw. two cinque- 
foils gu. 

Jliisseii, or Jlnscy, erm. a chev. az. betw. three holly-leaves 
vert. 

Jliissey, or, three boots sa. 

Hnssei/, or, a cross vert, a label of five points az. 

Huitscii, ar. three fleurs-de-lis gu. 

Hiissey, or, a cross vert, a bendlct gu. 

Jiussey, or, a cross engr. veit. 

Iliisscy, gu. a fesse betw. two chev. erm. 

Jliissey, sa. three bears' heads, erased, ar. muzzled or. 

Hvsscif. See JIucse and Ilusee. 

Hussy. See Husee. 

Hustler, [Acklam, Yorks.] ar. on a fesse az. betw. two 
martlets sa. three tieurs-de-lis or. — Crest, atalbot, sejant, 
ar. gorged with a collar az. charged with three fleurs-de- 
lis or. 

HusTOCK, or HusTOKE, sa. a chev. erm. in chief a lioQ 
pass. ar. crowned or. 

Huston, [Cornw.] sa. a lion pass. gu. crowned or. 

HusTOST, crm. a fesse sa. 

HiswiFFE, crm. a fesse engr. sa. 

Hutaker, or HuTTAKER, ar. on a chev. sa. three garbs 
or. 

Hutch, [Scotland] .., three cushions, lozengeways, ... 

HuTCHENS, sa. a tower ar. — Crest, a lion's head, erased, 
or, gorged with a mural coronet az. 

HuTCHESON, [Scotland] ar. a fesse az. surmounted of 
three arrows, the middlemost in pale, the other two beni 
dexter and sinister wise, points meeting in base, counter- 
changed, in chief a boar's head, erased, sa. 

Iliitclicson , [Scotland] ar. three arrows, meeting in point, 
sa. on a chief az. a boar's head, erased, or. — Crest, an 
armed arm, embowed, az; throwing a dart, pointed gu. 
fiathereil az. Motto, Sur'iuvi, 

Hnlclie.wn, [Scotland] ar. three darts, pilcways, barbs in 
base, az.; on a chief of the last, a boar's head, couped, 
or. — Crest, an arm, iu armour, throwing a dart, all ppr. 
Motto, Smsiim. 

Ilutchcson, ar. three arrows, paleways, in fesse, az. sur- 
mouiited of a fesse or. 

HuTCHlNGE, [Devons.] ar. a cross patoncc, quarterly, 
az. and gu. betw. four leopards' faces sa. 

HuTCHlNGS, crm. on a jiale vert, betw. two da^crers, 
points ddunwurd, az. hiltcd or, three elephant';' probos- 
cises of the last. — Crest, out of a mural coronet, a demi 
lion holdins: in the dexter ])aw a branch of palm vert. 

HuTCHI.vs, [Ireland] ar. three lions pass. sa. — Crest, s 
branch of a holly-tree vert. 

Hatchins. The same arms.- -Crest, a lion pass, guard.. 



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Hutchinson, Helv, Karl of DONOUGHMORE, Vis-i 
couut Suirdale, aiiJ Baron Donoughmorc of Knockloftv, 
ill the pc't'ragc of luhiiul; Lort! Hutchinson, Huron of I 
Alexandria and Knotklofty, and Viscount Hutchinson, | 
iu that of the United Kingdom. [Crcatwits, Baron, IG 
Oct. 1780; Vise. Suirdale, 7 Aw. 1707 ; Earl, '20 Dec. 
1800;. Baron Hutchinsou of Alexandria and Kuocklol'ty, | 
IG Dec. 1001 ; and Vise. Hutchinson of Knockloftv, 14 
Juli/, lt!21. lii'sidencc, Knockloftv, Clonmell, Ireland. 
Tovn House, 4, Bulstrode Street] j>cr pale, gu. and az. 
a lion ramp. betw. eiglit cross crosslets ar. — Crest, a 
cockatrice, wings expanded, az. coinb, wattle, and niciu- 
beis or. Supporters, l«o cockatrices or, collared sa. 
combed and wattled gu. Motto, FortUcr yciit crucem. 

Hutchinson, W. T. [Bisho))wearniouth, Durham; de- 
scended of the Hutchinsons of Cuiub. Tetnp. Chas. I.] 
per pale, gu. and az. a lion ramp. ar. betw. eight cross 
crossjets or. — Crest, a cockatrice, with wings expanded, 
az. combed, wattled, and niembercd or. (Another crest, 
a denii lion ramp.) Motto, Cvnctantcr tamcufurtiter. 

(See ri. of Arms) 

Hutchinson, [Essex and Yorks.] The same arms. 

Hutchinson , [Ireland] The same arms.— Crest, out of a 
ducal coronet, a swan's head and neck betw. two wings, 
all ppr. 

Hutchinson, fOwthorp, Notts.] per pale, gu. and az. a lion 
ramp, guard, ar. betw. ten cross crosslets or. 

HutcJiiuson, [N\ illoua,hbj' on the \\ ould, Kotts.] per pale, 
gu, and az. a lion ram]), ar. betw. twelve cross crosslets 
or. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a cockatrice, with 
wings endorsed, az. beaked, combed, and wattled gu. 

Hutchison, [Edinburgh] ar. three arrows, iu pale, az. 
surmounted by a fesse or. — Crest, a stag's head, erased, 
gu. attired or. Motto, Mcmor esto. 

Hutchison, ar. a fesse a?,, surmounted by three arrows, 
points downward, one in pale, the other two meeting in 
point, counterchanged. — Crest, an arm in armour, throw- 
ing a dart, ppr. RIotto, Surgam. 

Hutchison, ar. a fesse az. sunuouuted by three arrows, 
points downward, meeting in base, counterchanged, in 
chief a boar's head, erased, sa. — Crest, as the last. 
Motto, Sursitm. 

Hutchison, or, a fesse betw. three arrows, points downward, 
az. — Crest, a stag pass. ppr. 

Hutchon, ar. on a fesse vert, three pheons of the field, 
in chief a lion pass, guard, gu. crowned with an antique 
crown or. — Crest, a .stag's head, erased, at gaze. Motto, 
Fortis est Veritas. 

Hutetoft, az. a cross pattee erm. betw. four roses or. 

HuTii, [Fin.'ibury Square, London] ar. two chev. gu. in 
chief a human heart of the last, and iu base a hat sa. 
with an ostrich's feather ppr. — Crest, three sprigs of 
oak, eiect, ppr. each bearing an acorn or. 

HUTHAM. See HoTH.\M. 

HuTHORNE, or, on a bend sa. three mullets of the field. 
(Another, ar.) 

HuTOFT, or HuTOSTES, az. a cross pattee, throughout, 
betw. four cinquefoils or. 

Huton, vert, an eagle displ. or. (Another, armed sa.) 

HUTOSTKS, az. a cross pattee betw. four cinquefoils or. 

HUTTAKER. See HUTAKER. 

HuTTOLFE, [Essex] az. a chev. or, betw. three bezants. 
HUTTOFT, trin. three bars gu. on a quarter az. a cross 
f j)gr. ar. betw. four pheons or. — Crest, a whale's bead. 



erect and erased, az. gorged with a mural coronet Oi", 
thereon three pellets, to the collar a chain and riii- of 
the second. 

Hitttofi, erm. three bars gu. ; on a canton az. a cross engr. 
ar. 

HUTTOFTS, [Beds.] az. a cross forniec erm. betw. four 
cinquefoils or. 

Huilofts, [Hants, and Sarura, Wilts.] erm. three bars gu.; 
on a canton az. a cross enp;r. ar. betw. four pheons or. 

HvTTON, [Bishopwearmouth, Durham] gu. on a fesse or, 
betw. three cushions erm. tassellcd of the second, a 
fleur-de-lis sa.— Crest, a man pjjr. wreathed round the 
tenij)les and loins \ert, holding in the hand three Kuves 
of the last. Motto, Pno:. " (Sec PI. of Arms) 

HiTTON, Timothy, Esq. [Clifton Castle, Yorks.] ar. 
on a fesse sa. three bucks' heads, cabossed, or.— Crest, 
three broad arrows, two in saltier and one in pale, sa. 
enfded with a ducal coronet or. (.See PI. of .Arms) 

HuTTON, John, Esq. [Maske, near Kichmond, Yorks.] 
The same arms and crest. (See PI. of Arms) 

Button, [Canibr. and llufton, Cunib.] gu. a fesse or, betw. 
three cushions ar. tassellcd of the second, each cliarscd 
with a fleur-de-lis of the field ; on a canton az. a falchion 
of the third, hilt and pouiel gold. — Crest, two eagles' 
heads, erased, in saltier, endorsed, sa. cnfiled with a co- 
ronet or. 

Hutton, [Cambr.] ar. three hurts, on each a martlet of the 
field ; on a chief az. an eagle dis])l. or. 

Hutton, [Forrest, Cumb.] erm. on a fesse gu. three bucks' 
heads, cabossed, ar. 

Hvtton, [Galle, Cumb. and Goldsborough, Y'orks. Granted 
6 June, 1599] The same arms and crest as of Clifton 
Castle. 

Hutton, [Hemwick, Durham] vert, an eagle displ. or, 
armed sa. — Crest, an ostrich's head betw. two ostrich's 
wings, expanded, ar. holding in the mouth a horse-shoe 
or. 

Hutton, [Durham] The same arms and crest as the first, 
the fesse charged with a martlet for dift'. 

Hutton, [Durham] gu. on a fesse, betw. three cushions ar. 
tassellcd or, as many fleurs-de-lis of the field. 

Hutton, [Durham] The same arms as of Westm. without 
the martlet. 

Hutton, [Houghton-le-Spring, Durham ; and of the Hole, 
Kent] gu. on a fesse or, betw. three lozenge-shaped 
cushions erm. fringed and tassellcd of the second, as 
many fleurs-de-lis sa. — Crest, a Blackamoor, wreathed 
about the temples and waist, and holding in the dexter 
hand a trefoil, slipped, vert. 

Hutton, [Durham and Lane] The same arms as.the 1st. 
• — Crest, a man ppr. banded round tiie waist ar. holJiii"- 
in the hand three leaves vert. (Another crest, an Ame- 
rican ppr. wreathed round the middle, vert, holding in 
the dexter hand a tobacco-leaf ppr.) 

Hulfcm, [Ireland] ar. a lion ramp. gu. ; on a chief of the 
last, three plates. — Crest, out of a crescent or, an arrow, 
in pale, sa. 

Hutton, [of that Ilk] or, three annulets gu. 

Hutton, [Scotland] or, a lion ramp. az. betw. three arrows, 
points downward, two and one, ppr. headed and feather- 
ed ar. ; on a chief gu. as many bezants. — Crest, a ser- 
pent catching at the finger of a man's hand issuing: from 
a cloud, all ppr. 

Hutton, [Notion Lodge, Wilts.] The same arms and crest. 



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J/ull(»i, [Westra.] gu. oil a fesse, betw. three ciisliiciis or, 
ta^^rllcil of the last, each ciiaigod with a fleur-de-lis ol' 
the iicld, a martlet sa. — Crest, an ea;;lc displ. or, beaked 
ni)(l lei;£;ed sa. betw. two branches ot laurel veit. 

Jlullon, [High Sherifl'ol' Voiks. IGOG, ob. ^6•29] gu. on a 
fcssc, l)el\*. three cushions ar. tassclled or, as many 
ikurs-dg-lis of the first. 

Jlullon, [Arcl)bi^bop of York, ob. 1G05] Tiic same arms. 

Jliiltmi, [Dean of York. Granted 20 j!/7i/, 1534] gu. on 
11 fcsse, betw. three cushions tasselled or, a cross humet- 
(ee betw. two fleurs-de-lis of the first. 

Jliithm, [Yorks.] az. three bars hnniettee ar. 

Jlt'tlun, or, a lion ramp. gu. betw. three airows ppr. ; on ■ 
a chief of the second, as many be2ants. — Crest, a ser- 1 
pent eniittiuij; fue out of its mouth and nostrils, all ppr. i 

Iliillcn, crm. five luascles, in fesse, gu. j 

JItillon, S3, a chev. betw. three bucks' heads, cabossed, or. ■ 

J/iilloii, vert, an eagle displ. ar. aimed sa. 

Jlullon, crm. five fusils, in fesse, gii. (Aunthcr, the fusils i 
pierced.) I 

Jfiitlou, gu. on a canton ar. a bird, wilti wings cxjiaiidcd 
and inverted, sa. | 

Jlutton, ar. three hurt.s, on each a martlet of the first ; on ; 
a chief vert, an eagle displ. or. j 

Jlutton, ar. a fesse sa. betw. three bucks' heads, cabossed, 
or. — Crest, three double pointed darts sa. feathered and 
pointed ar. in a ducal crown or. 1 

Jlutton. See Ilunton. \ 

IIuxHAM, [Plymouth, Dcvons. and of London. Granted 
Nov. 1750] ar. a lion ramp, ermines; on a chief gu. a 
cinquefoil betw. two cross crosslets or, — Crest, a demi 
lion ramp, ermines, holding in the paws an escutcheon 
ar. charged wilh a cross crosslet gn. 

JIux/iam, [De\ons.] ar. a lion ramp. sa. 

UuxLEY, [Hu.xicy, Ches.] eim. on a bend, cottiscd, gu. 
three crescents or. — Crest, a snake ppr. 

Huxley, [Edmonton, Midd.] The same arms. — Crest, out 
of a ducal coronet or, a dcnii lion ramp. crm. collared of 
the first, holding betw. the paws a crescent of the last. 

Huxley, crm. on a bend, cottised, gu. three crescents ar. 
— Crest, a wolf's head, erased, gorged with a collar, 
charged with three crescents ... iSIotlo, In Deo omnia. 

llUYDE, or Hyde, az. a chev. betw. three lozenges or, a 
file of three points, in chief, gu. 

IIiYSH. Sec HuicH. 

TIl'Y'stock, sa. a cliev. erm. betw. two lions jiass. ar. 
crowned or. 

HwATACRE, ar. on a chev. sa. three garbs or. 

■Hyatt, ar. a lion ramp. sa. a chief per fcsse indented of 
the second and first. — Crest, a tower gu. out of the bat- 
tlement a demi lion ramp. sa. 

Jlyalt, ar. a lion ramp. sa. a chief per fcsse indented of 
the first and second. — Crest, a demi lion ramp. pjir. 
Motto, Fac et spera. 

JIybbinge, ])aly of six, sa. and or, two lozenges, in pale, 
counterchanged. 

HvcHK, per fesse, or and ar. three ctoiles sa. 

'Iycum, or Hycl'N, az. three arrows or; a chief of the 
second. 

"ydl, [Blagravc, near Abingdon, Berks.] gu. two chev. ar. 

^^yde, [Hydon, Dors.] or, a chev. betw. three lozenges az. ; 
oil a chief gu. a saliier engr. betw. two birds of the field. 
— Crest, a cock's head, erased, az. crested and jelloped 
gu. bczantee, iu the mouth a flower of the last. 



Jlyde, [Lane] ar. three lozenges sa. 

Hyde, [Ireland] az. a fesse betw. three mascles or. — Crest, 
on a mount, a holy land) ppr. standard az. 

Hyde, [London, Her. Off. J^ondon, C. 24] az. a saltier or, 
betw. four bezants, a chief erm. — Crest, a unicorn's head, 
erased, ar. armed an<l maned or, collared vair. 

Hyde, [London] per jiale, or and az. on a chev. engr. betw. 
three lozenges, all countcrchaiised, in the dexter side as 
many gntlecs d'eau, and in the sinister, three ermine 
spots. — Crest, a dexter wing gu. 

Hyde, [Notts.] gu. a saltier or, betw. four bezants a chief 
erm. 

Hyde. The same arms. — Crest, a unicorn's head gorged 
with a collar coniponee. 

Hyde, az. a chev. betw. three lozenges or. 

Hyde, gu. on a saltier engr. or, five torleauxes ; a chief 
erm. 

Hyde, az. a ciiev. betw. three lozenges or; on a canton gn. 
a lion ramp. betw. two cross crosslets fitchee of the se- 
cond. 

Hyde, ar. a chev. betw. two mullets in chief, and a cinque- 
foil in base, gu. 

Hyde, ar. four lozenges sa. 

Hyde, az. a chev. betw. three lozenges or. 

Hyde, or, a chev. betw. three lozenges az. ; on a chief gu. 
a saltier euET. iniloscd by two birds of the first.— Crest, 
a cock's head, erased, az. combed pwrp. ; on the neck a 
lozenge or, betw. four bezants; in the beak a pansy- 
flower ppr. stalked and leaved vert. 

Hyde, gu. a saltier or, and a chief erm. 

Hyde, or De la Hyde, gu. a saltier eu^r. or, a chief erm. 

Hyde. See Hitydc, 

Hydi-.s. See Hide, 

Hydon, gu. three bezants. 

Hyelt, ar. a lion ramp. sa. a chief, per fesse indented, of 
the first and gu. 

Hyende, gu. a chev. betw. three lozenges ar. ; on a chief 
of the fir^t, a lion jiass. of the second. 

Hyer, [London] gu. a porcupine ar. collared or. 

Hyett, [WoKoti, SoMicrs. 1573] ar. a lion ramp, gu.; a 
chief, ]!er fesse indcnte.d, of the first and sa. — Crest, a 
demi pegasns sa. crined or, wings, endorsed, of the last. 

Hyett. The same arms.- — Crest, a dexter hand holding a 
thistle, in pale, pjir. 

JJyett, ar. a lion ramj). sa. a chief indented of the last. — 
Cre^t, a tower gn. out of the battlements a demi lion 
ramp. sa. 

Hygate, gu. two bars ar.; on a bend or, atorteaux betw. 
as many leopards' beads az. 

Hy'ggins, [Nook] ar. a saltier az. betw. a mullet in chief 
and base, and an increscent and decrescent in the flanks, 

Hy'GHAM, sa. a fcsse componec, or and az. 
Hi/yham, or Hyliarn, az. a bend betw. two herons ar. 
Hyghlord, alias Hellard, [Dcvons. and of Blitcbani, 

Snrrev] sa. a bend (lory ar . 
Hyyhlord. The same arms. — Crest, a ship in full sail, in 

a sea, all ppr. 
Hygiimore, [renicthwayt, Cnmb.] erm. a cross-boxv, bent, 

betw. three moor-cocks sa. — Crest, a nioor-cock ppr. 
Hyiiam, az. a bend betw. three lapwings ar. 
Hyi.and, — Crest, on a mural coronet a v^heat-shear, 

thereon a bird, ppr. 
HYLDliYAKD. ScC HeLYARD. 

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IIyi.dyaku, and Hillyauo, az. three imillets or.- 

a cock (ifir. 
Hyliaud, az. ;i cliov. ar. bctw. ihree mullets or. 
HylicKE, per fesse imleiiteil, sa. and ar. 



-Crest, 



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a chev. ar. betw. three (lpiirs-tie-1 



IIyli.I'NG, per pale, sa. ami or, two lozenges, in pale, 

couuterchaiif^ed. 
Hyli.s. Sei: Hyll. 

Hylton. The same as Hilton, Milton Cahtle. 
Hyman, — Crest, a denii tiii)i(l, holding in the dexter hand 

a hymen ial torch. 
Hymehfokd, ar. a chev. sa. betw. three shovellers ppr. 
Hymok, [N.unib.] or, a cross-bow sa. betw. four cocks 

gu. 
HymPEN, or Hympden, [Herts.] gu. three bars gemelles 

erm. ; a chief indented of the second. 
HyND, [Hesore, Bucks. Grcniled 1583] gu. a che\. betw. 

three binds or. 
Hynd, [London] gu. on a chev. betw. three hinds, trippant, 

or, a lion's head, erased, az. betw. two hurts, each char- 
ged with a lleur-de-Iis of the second. — Crest, a hand gu. 

holding an e:igie's claw ppr. 
Hynde. The same arm?;. — Crest, a hind's head, coupcd, 

ppr. collared or, holding ii: the mouth a rose gu. leaved 

vert. 
Hyndc, ar. on a chev. gu. betw. three goats' heads, erased, 

az. attired and collared or, as many lozenges of the first; 

on a chief sa. a lion pass, guard, of the fourth. — Crest, 

on a griiKn's head az. collared or, betw. two wings of the 

first, gutlee ar. an escallop. 
Hyndc, sa. a lion pass. ar. betw. three escallops of the 

second, each charged wilh a lozenge az. — Crest, an 

ostrich's head, couped, chequy, ar. and sa. in the mouth 

a horse-shoe az. 
Hynde, gu. three binds' heads, erased, ar. 
Hynde, Sec Hinde. 

liYNnpiELD, ar. a fesse betw. three boars jiass. sa. 
Hyndley, ar. an eagle, with wings expanded, sa. preving 

on a child in swaddling clothes, the face ppr. clothes gu. 

and binding or. 
Hyndman, az. a saltier or. — Crest, a sun-dial, and the 

sun shining thereon. Motto, True as the dial to the 

sun. 
Hyndmaksh. See Hindmarsh. 
Hyndstoke, sa. a chev, or, in chief two lions ramp, of 

the second. 
Hyndstoke. Same arms as Hinsioke. 

Hynell, sa. a fleur-de-lis or. — Ciest, an angel, in a pray- 
ing posture, ppr. 
Hynes, [Ireland] — Crest, an elephant pass. sa. 
Hyngham, or. five chevcronels sa. 
Hy'NKLYNG, ar. two bars az. iu chief three lions' heads, 

erased, of the second. 
Hynkpenny', or Hynkpen, gu. two bars gemelles or, a 

chief indented erm. 
Hynmers, [New Inn] ar. a cross-bow sa. betw. three 

cocks gu. 
Hynton, [Devons.] vert, a bend or. 
Hynion, gu. on a bend ar. cottised or, three martlets sa. 
Hynton. See Hoyntoun. 

Hyre, [London] gu. a liedgchog ar. collared or. 
Hyrne, or, three bars gemelles gu. ; on a canton ar. five 
lozenges of the second. 



Hyrson, az. a chev. hetw. three suns or. — Crest, out of 
a cloud, a de.xtcr hand bold ins a club j))ir. 

Hysi.oP, [Ediidjursb] ar. a sta;; i)pr. lodged n'.ider a 
holly-tree, growinij out of the base, vert ; a chief of the 
last, chargeil wilh a book or, betw. two .-.tars dr. 

Hyslop, ar. a stag |ipr. lodged under a bolly-trec, throwing 
out of the base, vert. 

Hytte, vert, six talbots pass. ar. armed sa. thiec, two, 
and one. 



Iago, .., three escallops .. within a bordnre cngr. ... — 
Crest, a talbot, coucbant, pjir. 

I'ano.n, per cross, az. and or, a cross jjatonce gu. a chief 
ar. 

Fans, [^Vbitstone] gu. ou a bend ar. three cornish choughs 
sa. 

I'anson, — Crest, a iirilRn's head betw. two wings, jjpr. 

Ibhetson, Mart. [Leeds, Vorks. 12 May, 1713; since of 
Denton Park, in that County] gu. on a benil, cottised, 
ar. betw. two fleeces or, three escallojis of the field. — 
Crest, a unicorn's lieati, erased, per fesse, ar. and gu. 
charged with three escallops, two and one, counterchan- 
ged. Motto, Vixi liber ct morinr. 

IliENWORTH, [Stifl.] ar. a chev. betw. three fusils gu. 

Ibcnivorlh, ar. a clie\ . gu. betw. three lozenges sa. 

Ibemrorih. See Ihyncicorth. 

Ibgrave, [Herts.] per pale, ar. and gu. ; on a cross mo- 
line, betw. two lozenges in fesse, a lozense betw. four 
mullets, all counterchanged. — Crest, a dexter arm, cm- 
bowed, vested bendy of six, or and az. cuff ar. holding 
iu the hand )ipr. a cross ciosslet fitchee sa. 

Ibgrave, [Sufi.] per fesse, or and gu. a fer-de-raoline and 
four lozenges counterchanged. 

InYNKWORTH, or Ibenworth, ar. a chev. betw. three 
lozenges gu. 

IcHAM, sa. a chev. betw. three hawks ar. belled or. 

icniNGHAM, az. fretty ar. — Crest, a demi dracron, wings 
expanded, vert. 

IcKAM, [Canterbury] ar. on achev.sa. three keys, en tinned 
with a coronet, or. 

IcKVVORTH, sa. a lion, salient, ar. armed and lansned gu. 
within a bordnre aobony of the first and second. 

Idechk, [Sufi".] ar. a fes-se betw. two chev. gu. 

Iden. Sec Eden. 

Idio, [\V\llt, Males] sa. a chev. bciw. three spears' heads 
ar. enibrued gu. 

Idle, per pale, gu. and az. a chev. ar. gutlee ... betw. 
three hclniels. — Crest, a tiger pass, guard, under the 
fore |)aw a helmet. 

Idle, gu. a fesse or, in chief two helmets ppr. garnished of 
the second. — Crest, a helmet as in the arms. 

Ifield, az. a chev, betw. three acorns or, husked vert. — 
Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a dolphin's head az. 

IggULDON, — Crest, two iiriiis, in armour, embowed, placing 
a Savage's head, in profile, on the ]ioint of a jiheon. 

IhaRD, or Illiard, az. three mullets or. 

Ihones, [London and .Salop, IGIO] az. a lion pass. betw. 
three crosses forniec fitchee or, a chief of the second. — 
Crest, a lion raniji. or, supporting an anchor az. timbered 
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I,, SKY, (ir. llirpc mole-hills ))pr. 

Ik I'OR'U'Gli, ar. three bars sa. over alt an iiiescutclieon 
if tilt' first, in chief two palets of the second ; a dexter 
iiriil sinister canton ; the first, per bend dexter, ar. and 
>;i. the latter, per bend sinister, sa. and ar. 

Ikkiiali.. or Ikrnhall. The same as Ikensale. 

Iki.i ING, or, a chief cheqiiv, ar. and gn. 

Ihdiuq, or Ikllnrj, az. a chief cheqny, ar. and gu. (Ano- 
ther, or and gu.) 

iKKNSALli, or ISKENSAl.v:, [Sud.] gu. a fesse betw. two 
chov. or, a canton erm. 

Ikaisak, az. fretty or. 

/ki'iisale, az. a fret or. 

Ikling. See Ikeling, 

Ii.AM, [London] ar. a fesse engr. betw. six cinquefoils sa. 

Jlnin, or Ilamy, ar. a fesse betw. six escallops sa.— Crest, 
a peacock's head or, betw. t«o wings, holdiiig in the 
beak a serpent, the tail twisted ronnd the neck, ppr. 

/lam, or Jtami/, ar. a fesse betw. six cinquefoils sa. 

Il.ARD, az. three mullets or. 

Ilbert, [Bowiingsleigh, Devons. Granted 1002] or, two 
cbcv. engr. vert, betw. three roses gu. seeded and barbed 
ppr. — Crest, a i>heasant-cock ar. combed and wattled 

Ilbert, [Devons.] The same arms. — Crest, a demi wi- 

vern, issuing, vert, collared or. 
ll.CHiNGHAM. The same arms and crest as Iciiingham. 
Ilcombk, gu. two lions pass, guard, ar. within a bordure 

engr. sa. 
Ildertok, [N.umb.] ar. three water-bougets gu. 
llderton, or Ilderdnn, [X.umb.] ar. three water-bougets 

sa. 
llderton, [Yorks.] or, three water-bougets sa. — Crest, out 

of a ducal coronet or, a battle-axe, broken in the handle, 

ppr. 
llderton, ar. two bars sa. 
Ilk, or, a chev. gu. 
He, or, a fesse betw. two chev. sa. 

Il-ES, [Yorks.] ar. a fesse engr. sa. in chief three fleurs- 
de-lis of tiie last. 
lies, per pale, az. and or ; on a canton ar. a lion ramp. 

gu. — Crest, a wolf, collared and lined, ppr. 
Ilf.sley, az. three bars ar. 
Iley, ar. a fesse ena;r. betw. six fleurs-de-lis sa. — Crest, a 

cnhit ajTii, erect, vested ar. holding in the hand ppr. a 

fleur-de-lis sa. 
Iliff, — Crest, out of a ducal coronet, a i)eacock's tail, 

rp'-- 

Jlinn, ar. a horse's head, erased, sa. bridled or. — Crest, 
a wolf's head, erased, gu. 

Ilkensai.e, 1i.ketishai.i,,o)(cZ Ii.ketshall. The same 
as Ikensai.e, 1st. 

Illary, or Hillary, [Starts.] sa. a fleur-de-lis or. 

liLKiGH, [N.umb.] criri. two chev. sa. 

Illey, [Lcic. and Liuc] The same. 

^"'■y. [Line] ffu. an eagle displ. or, charged with a bend- 
let of the held. 

^"''y. [Sufl.] m. an^agle displ. or, a hend az. 

'/''■I/, llcy, and llney, erm. a chev. sa. — Crest, a hand, 
erect, holding a cross crosslet fitchee in pale. 

///ei/, Illes, or Ilijs, az. a cross or, guttec de sang, betw. 
four doves ar. 

''".'/. "r I His, az. a cross ar. gutlee de sang', betw. four 
martlets of the second. 



Illeij, or Islry, erm. a fesse gu. ■ ' '■ '''■I 

I ll':il, or hlv, or, a fesse betw. two chev. sa. 
Illiard. See Ihard. 
Illing, per pale, sa. and or, three lozenges, in pale, coun- 

terchanged. 
Illingswortii. See Illingworth. 
Illingworth, [Lcic] erm. on a bend gu. three chaplets 

or. 
Jiiirir/worlh, [Surrey] ar. a fesse flory gu. betw. three 

rscall'ips sa. 
Illinr/trorl/i, or Illingswortii. The same arms. — Crest, 

within a crescent ar. a cock, crowing, sa. 
Ilms. Sec Ili.ey. ^ 

Il.LSLEY. See Ilsley. 
Ilnev. See li.LEY. 
Ilsake, sa. a bend or; on a sinister canton ar. a leopard's 

head of the second. 
Ilsley, [Ilsley, Berks.] or, two bars gemelles sa. in chief 

three pellets. 
Ilsley, or Illslri/. The same arms.— Crest, betw. two ser- 
pents, disposed orlcways, tails in saltier, a cock, ppr. 
Ilvs. See Illev. 

Imisert, or, hillitee, a lion ramp. sa. 
I.MBRIE, [Criibie] harry of eight, sa. and ar. overall, three 

fusils counterchanged. — Crest, a plough ppr. Motto, 

Evcrlendo facvudat. 
Lmh.off, ar. three buflaloes' heads, eoiiped, sa. 
Immins, gu. Oil a fesse, betw. three lozenges or, as niany 

escallops of the firsl, within a bordure engr. charged 

with eight jilates. — Crest, a dragon's head, couped. 
Impey, [Hammersmith, Widd.] gu. on a chev. betw. tliree 

leopards' faces or, as inany cinquefoils of the held. 
Inipri/, vert, a nnieorn's head, erased, ar. — Crest, an os- 
trich, wings endorsed, holding in the beak a horse-shoe, 

j)|)r. 
Imrie. The same as LvinRiE, • 

IM!ELL, sa. a l>tnd ar. betw. three trefoils of the second. 
Ince, [Ince, Lane] ar. three torteau\es, in bend, betw. 

two cottises sa. — Crest, on a mount vert, a horse s^-jant 

against an oak-tree, ppr. 
fitce, or Inch, [Lane, and Line] ar. three torteauxes, in 

bend, betw. two bendlets, sa. 
Inckell, sa. a bend ar. betw. six martlets (Another, 

midlets) or. 
Inckpen, [Golaker, Hants.] gu. two bars gemelles or, a 

chief erm. 
Inchpe.n, or Inckjicny, [Whitchouse, Hants.] gu. two bars 

scuielles or, a chief indented erm. 
Inckpen, or Inkpen. The same arms. — Crest, a -dexter 

h.'iud holding a club, ))pr. •■ ; 

Incleden'. See Isgleton. "-^ 

Incledon, [Yeatown House, Devons.] ar. a chev. engr. 

betw. three tuns sa. fire issuing from (he bung-holes |>|)r, 

—Crest, a falcon ppr. beaked and belled or. 
Ind, [king of N.nmh.] or, a hoar pass. sa. 
Ineks, [Ireland] ar. on a bend az. three fleurs-de-lis or. 
Incrs, — Crest, a dexter arm, in armour, holding a scimitar, 

in pale, j>pr. 
Infant, gu. three hoys' heads, couped, ar. crined or. 
Infantleroy, [Dors.] gu. three infants' heads, couped 

at the shoulders, ppr. crined or. 
Infantleroy, [Dors.] erm. three princes' heads, crowned, 

mantled, and coujied at the breast, ppr. 
Ingaldesthori', [Norf.] gu. a cross engr. ar. 



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Ingak. See Ingham. 

Inge, ui- Judge, [Beds.] or, a chev. vert. 

Iiir/c, (I.cic. GriuilccI i!'2 FeO. 1G41] or, on a chi-v. vtrl, 
tlirce leo))ards' heads of tlic field. 

Jiitjc. The samo arms. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, 
two halbcrts in saltier, staves gu. heads ))|)r. 

Inge, [Statl's.] or, on a chev. vert, tlirec leopards' heads 
ar. (Another, or.) — Crest, two battle-axes, in saltier, 
}>|)r. cnfilod with a ducal coronet or. 

Inge, or, on a chev. vcit, three leopards" heads of the Ikld. 
— Crest, a hand holding a glove, ppr. 

I»yc. Sec Ingham. 

Ingkk, [Tonp. LaIw. I.] or, a chev. vert. 

Ingefielh, nr l.NGEFELD, harry of fourteen, gu. and ar. ; 
on a canton of the first, a mullet of the second. 

Ingeham, gu. three bars vair. 

Iiigcham. See Ingham. 

Ingelherd. See Inglebert. 

Ingelose, or Ingloss, gu. three bars genielles or; on a 
canton ar. five billets sa. 

Ingelram, quarterly; first and fourth, vair and gu. ; 
second and third, gu. a fesse ar. 

Ingelton, ar. a chev. betw. three crescents sa. flaniniaiit 
gn. 

Ingerham, vair, two bars gu. 

Ingerham, or Ingcrhall, or, two pales gu. 

Ingerham, barry of twelve, az. and ar. 

Ingekland, ar. a fesse gu. betw. three hawks' heads, 
erased, sa. — Crest, on a plate, a thistle p]ir. 

Ingcrland, ar. a fesse, embattled, gu. betw. three hawks' 
heads, erased, or. 

Ingcrland, erni. a fesse, embattled, gu. betw. three griffins' 
heads, erased, sa. 

Ingersalem, ar. seven bars genielles az. 

Ikgham, [Kent and Norf.] quarterly, or and vert, a cross 
cngr. gu. 

Ingham, [I.eic] erni. a cross pafoiRC gu. 

Ingham, [Norf.] quarterly, or and \crt, a cross incline gu. 

Ingham, [Norf.J per jiale, or and vert, a cross moline gu. 

IngJiam. The same arms. — Crest, on a chapeau gu. turned 
up erni. an owl ppr. sifting in holly-leaves vert. 

Ingham, [Norf] per jiale, ar. and vert, a cross sarcelly gu. 

Ingham, or Inge, [Staffs.] or, a chev. vert. 

Ingham, or llngham, ar, a chev. sa. betw. three pellets ; 
on a chief gu. a lion pass, reguard. or. 

Ingham, or Ingeham, per pale, erru. and vert, a cross jiat- 
l6e gu. — Crest, an arm, in armour, embowcd, issuing 
from a cloud in the sinister, holding a sword, ppr. 

Ingham, or, on a fesse gu. three escallo)js of the lirst. 

Ingham, or Ingan, ar. on a fesse gu. three escallojis or. 

Ingham, or, a cross moline gu. 

Ingham, vert, on a fesse ar. three escallops, per fesse, or 
and gu. 

Ingilf.ert, gu. a bend or, cottiscd ar. 

Jngiley, Amcotis, Bart. [Biplcy, Yorks. 24 March, 
1781 ; succeeded to the baronetcy of Kettlethorpe Park, 
at the demise of bis maternal grandfather, Sir ^^'harton 
Amcotis, 11 Ma>/, 17!"i; and assumed, by royal jierrais- 
sion, 1812, the name of Amcofts, before that of Iiigil- 
by. Residences, Kcttletliorpc Park, Line; and Piipley, 
Yorks. Toun House, Nerot's flotcl, Clifford Slieet, 
Bond Street] quarterly ; lirst and fourth, sa. an ctoilc of 
six )ioiuts ar. within a bordure chequv, or and gu. for 
Ingilby; second and third, ar. a towcj-j triple-towered. 



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betw. three covered cujis az. {ox Amcotts. — Crests, fir^f, 
a boar's head, coiipcd anil erect, ar. tusked or, holding 
in the month an etoile of tlie last, for Ingilby ; second, 
a squirrel, sejant, gu. holding in the mouth a nut or, 
for Amcolts. 

Ingiliij, sa. an etoile of six points, radiated, ar.— Crest, a 
boar's head, erased and erect, ar. 

IngjltoN, ar. a chev. sa. betw. three griflins' heads, era- 
sed, az. and five cross crosslets iitchce of the second. 

I.sgle, ar. two chev. sa.; on a chief of the second, a lion 
pass, of the first. — Crest, a hand, erect, issuing out of 
a cloud, holding a sword, blade waved, ppr. 

Inglepekt, gu. a bend, cottised, or. — Crest, a greyhouurl 
current towards a tree vert. 

Inglebert, or Ingclberd, gu. on a fesse or, cottised ar. a 
crescent sa. 

Inglebert, beiiily of eight, or and vert, a chev. crm. 

Inglebert, or higlebcrc, gu. a bend or, cottised ar. 

Ingleby, [CIks.] sa. a star of eight points ar. \ 

luglcbg, [Noif] sa. an etoile of sixteen points ar. 

Ingleby, [Yorks.] sa. an etoile erni. 

Inglchxj, sa. five fleurs-de-lis ar. two, one, and two. 

Ingleby, sa. a mullet of six jioiuts ar. within a boidure or. 

Ingleby, sa. a llcur-de-lis ar. 

Ingledex, az. a fesse dancettee or, betw. three guttecs 
of the last. 

Ingledew, ar. a chev. betw. three mullets gu. — Crest, a 
dexter arm, em bowed fesseways, issuing from a cloud in 
the sinister, reaching foilh a garland of laurel. 

Inglefield, [Berks.] barry of six, gu. and ar. ; on a 
chief or, a lion ])ass. az. (Another, sa.) 

Inglefield, [ISerks.] barry of eight, ar. and gu.; on a chief 
or, a lion pass. az. 

Inglejield, [Warvv.] gu. two bars ar. ; on a chief or, a lion 
pass. az. — Crest, an arm, enibowed, habited per pale, 
gu. and or, cufl' ar. grasping in the hand ppr. a branch 
vert. 

Inglefield, barry of six, ar. and gu. ; on a chief az. a lion 
pass. or. 

Inglefield, ar. three bars gu.; on a chief az. a liou pass, 
or. 

Inglefield, barry of six, vair and gu. 

Inglefield, baiiy often, ar. and gu.; on a canton of the 
second, a mullet of the first. 

Inglefield, ar. four bars gu. a canton of the first. 

Inglefield, closettcd, gni. and ar. ; on a chief or, a lion 
pass. sa. 

Ingleiiouse, or iKGLOS, gu. three bars genielles or; on 
a canton ar. five billets sa. 

Ingleram, barry of six, vair and gu. 

Ingi.ethorp, or Ingi-ethorpe, [Norf] gu. a cross 
engr. ar. 

Inglethorpe, ar. on a canton gu. a rose or. 

I.NGLETON, or Incleden, [P>rampton, Dcvons.] ar. a 
chev. engr. sa. betw. three tuns of the last, from the 
bung-hole of each a flame issuing, ppr. — Crest, a hand 
issuing from a cloud, in fesse, pointing to a seriieiit, ppr. 

Ingles, [Sfewart-Boone] az. a lion ramp, and in chief 
three mullets ar. ; in the centre chief point, a mullet of 
the last. — Crest, a dcini lion ramp. ar. Motto, Nobilis 
est ira leonis. 

Ingles, and Ingless. The same as Inglehnuse. 

Inglett, [Allington, Dcvons.] sa. a bend ar. belxv.six 
escallops or. 



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Ingan. See Ingham. 

Inge, oj- Judge, [Beds.] or, a clic\. vert. 

Iiiric, [Lcic. Graiilccl '22 Fib. 1G41] or, on a clicv. virl, 
llirce leo]):iTds' lieads of the field. 

Inge. The samo arms. — Crest, out of a ducal coroiitt or, 
two Lalbcrts in saltier, staves gu. lieads jipr. 

luge, [Staffs.] or, on a chev. vert, three leopards' heads 
ar. (Another, or.) — Crest, two battle-axes, iii saltier, 
Pl>r. cufilcd with a ducal coronet or. 

Inge, or, on a chev. vert, three leopards" heads of the field. 
— Crest, a hand holding a glove, ppr. 

Inge. Sec Ingham. 

Ingke, [^Teinp. Edv. 7.] or, a cliev. vert. 

Ingefield, nr Ingefei.d, barry of fourteen, gu. and fir.; 
on a canton of the first, a mullet of the second. 

Ingeham, gu. three bars vair. 

Iiigrham. See Ingham. 

IngelbERD. Sei; iNGEEBERT. 

Ingei.ose, or Ingeoss, gu. three bars genielles or; on a 
canton ar. five billets sa. 

Ingelram, quarterly; first and fourth, vair and gu. ; 
second and third, gu. a fcsse ar. 

Ingelton, ar. a chev. betw. three crescents sa. flanimaiit 

• g". 

Ingekham, vair, U\o bars gu. 

Ingerham, or Ingohall, or, two p^ics gu. 

Ingciham, barry of twelve, az. and ar. 

Ingerland, ar. a fesse gu. betw. three hawks' heads, 
erased, sa. — Crest, on a plate, a thistle pjir. 

Ingerland, ar. a fesse, embattled, gu. betw. three hawks' 
heads, erased, or. 

Ingerland, erni. a fcsse, embattled, gu. betw. three griffins' 
heads, erased, sa. 

Ingersalem, ar. seven bars genielles az. 

Ingham, [Kent and Norf.] quarterly, or and vert, a cross 
engr. gu. 

Ingham, [l.eic] erni. a cross patoncc gu. 

Inghain, [Norf.] quarterly, or and \ert, a cross incline gu. 

Ingham, [Norf.] per jiale, or and vert, a cross moline gu. 

Ingham. The same arms. — Crest, on a chapeau gu. turned 
up crm. an owl ppr. sifting in holly-leaves vert. 

Inghcnn, [Norf.] per jiale, ar. and vert, a erosssarcclly gu. 

Ingham, or hige, [Staffs.] or, a chev. vert. 

Ingham, or llvgham, ar, a chev. sa. betw. three pellets; 
on a chief gu. a lion pass, reguard. or. 

Ingham, or Ingeham, per pale, erni. and vert, a cross jiat- 
t^e gu. — Crest, an arm, in armour, embowcd, issuing 
from a cloud in the sinister, holding a sword, ppr. 

Ingham, or, on a fesse gu. three escallo]>s of the first. 

Ingham, or Ingaii, ar. on a fesse gu. three escallojis or. 

Ingham, or, a cross moline gu. 

Ingham, vert, on a fcsse ar. three escallops, per fcsse, or 
and gu. 

Ingilbert, gu. a bend or, cottised ar. 

Jngildy, Amcotis, Bart. [Ripley, Yorks. 24 March, 
1781 ; succeeded to the baronetcy of Kcttlethorpe Park, 
at the demise of his maternal grandfatlier, Sir ^yharton 
Amcotts, 11 Mntj, n'Jd; and assumed, by royal permis- 
sion, 1812, the name of Amcotts, before that oi Ingil- 
by. Itesideuces, Kettletliorpe Park, Line. ; and Ripley, 
Yorks. Toxcn House, Nerot's Hotel, Clitlord Street, 
Bond Street] quarterly ; first and fourth, sa. an etoile of 
six points ar. v\itliiii a bordure chcquv, or and gu. for 
IngiWy; second and third, ar. a tower^ triple-towered. 



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betw. three covered cujis az. for yl;nco/<x. — Crests, first, 
a boar's head, coupcrl and erect, ar. tusked or, holding 
in the mouth an etoile of the last, for IngilLy ; second, 
a squirrel, sejant, gu. holding in the mouth a nut or, 
for Amcotis. 

Inqilby, sa. an etoile of six. points, radiated, ar. — Crest, a 
boar's head, erased and erect, ar. 

Ingjlton, ar. a chev. sa. betw. three grithns' heads, era- 
sed, az. and five cross crosslets fitchee of the second. 

I.ngle, ar. two chev. sa.; on a chief of the second, a lion 
))ass. of the first.— Crest, a hand, erect, issuing out of 
a cloud, holding a sword, blade waved, ))pr. 

iNGI.Er.EKT, gu. a bend, Cdtlised, or. — Cicst, a greyhouufl 
current towanis a tree vert. 

Inglcbert, or Ingelberd, gu. on a fesse or, cottised ar. a 
crescent sa. 

Inglcbert, bendy of eight, or and vert, a chev. crm. 

Inglcbert, or Iiiglcbcre, gu. a bend or, cottised ar. 

Tnglecy, [Ches.] sa. a star of eight points ar, \ 

Iitglcby, [Norf] sa. an etoile of si.xtcen points ar. 

Inglcby, [Yorks.] sa. an etoile crm. 

Inglehy, sa. five ficurs-de-lis ar. two, one, and two. 

Inglcby, sa. a mullet of six jioiuts ar. within a boidure or. 

Ingleby, sa. a lleur-de-lis ar. 

Ingledex, az. a fcsse dancetfee or, betw. three guttees 
of the last. 

Ingledew, ar. a chev. betw. three mullets gu. — Crest, a 
dexter arm, embowcd fesseways, issuing from a cloud in 
the sinister, reaching foith a garland of laurel. 

IXGLEFIELI), [Berks.] barry of six, gu. and ar. ; on a 
chief or, a lion pass. az. (Another, sa.) 

Ingh'ficld, [iJcrks.] barry of eight, ar. and gu.; on a chief 
or, a lion pass. az. 

Inglejield, [Warw.] gu. two bars ar.; on a chief or, a lion 
pass. az. — Crest, an arm, embowed, habited per pale, 
gu. and or, cuff ar. grasping in the hand ppr. a branch 
vert. 

Inglcficld, barry of six, ar. and gu. ; on a chief az. a lion 
pass. or. 

Inglcficld, ar. three bars gu.; on a chief az. a lion pass, 
or. 

Inglejield, barry of six, vair and gu. 

Inglejield, baiiy often, ar. and gu.; on a canton of the 
second, a mullet of the first. 

Inglejield, ar. four bars gu. a canton of the first. 

Inglejield, closettcd, gu. and ar. ; on a chief or, a lion 
pass. sa. 

Ingleiiouse, or Inglos, gu. three bars genielles or; on 
a canton ar. five billets sa. 

InglerAM, barry of six, vair and gu. 

Inglethorp, or Inglethorpe, [Norf.] gu. a cross 
engr. ar. 

Inglethorpe, ar. on a canton gu. a rose or. 

I.ngleton, or Incleden, [Tirampton, Dcvons.] ar. a 
chev. engr. sa. betw. three tuns of the last, from the 
bung-hole of each a flame issuing, ppr. — Crest, a hand 
issuing from a cloud, in fesse, pointing to a serjient, ppr. 

Incees, [Slewarl-Boone] az. a lion ramp, and in chief 
three mullets ar. ; in the centre chief point, a mullet of 
the last. — Crest, a demi lion lamp. ar. Motto, Aobilis 
est ira leonis. 

Ingles, and Ingless. The same as Inglehnusc. 

Inglett, [Allington, Dcvons.] sa. a bend ar. hvtw. sis 
escallops or. 



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/.,.lkfl. Tl'E same arms.— Crest, a lion's Iicml, erased gii. 

ISOLUY, [1535] or, a fosse cliequy, ar. and az. 

I.SGLls, liart. [Miltoti-Bnant, IVds. « June, 1801] az. 

a lion lamp. ar. armcil and laiigucd zn. williiii a l)ordiirf 

of tlic second; on a cliiit or, tliitt tloiles ot' the fitld. 

Crest, a dcnii lion ramp. ])pr. in tlie dexter paw an 

etoilc or. Supjinrtcrs, the dexter, an ounce; tlie sinister, 

a lion, both [)pr. Motto, licctc facieitdo seciinis. 
JhijUs, [Craniontl, Stotland] az. a lion, salient, ar. ; on a 

chief or, three mullets of the first. — Crest, a denii lion 

ramp. ar. holding; in the dexter |ki\v a mullet or. Motto, 

Nisi Doniirius frustra. 
liiqli.f, [Etlinhurj;h] az. a lion ramp. ar. ; on a chief or, 

"three mullets of the (ield. — Crest, a deini lion holding a 

mullet. Motto, Iiivictns munco. 
Ir.ijUs, [Manners and Mannerhead, Scotland] az. a lion 

ramp, in chief three stars ar. — Crest, a ilenii liou ranij). 

ar. Motto, Nubilis est ira lco7iis. 
Jiiglis, [New tounleyes, Scotland] az. a lion lanip. ar. ; 

ou achief engr. of the second, three stars of the llrst. — 

Crest, a star cn\ ironed with clouds, ppr. Motto, In 

tent'hris I'.iciilior. 
Jitglis, [St. Leonard's] The same. 
Jitglis, [Scotland] az. a lion ramp, in chief three mullets 

ar. in the centre chief ))oiut a crescent for diff. — Crest 

and motto as of iManners. 
Inglis, [Scotland] az. a lion ramji. ar. ; on achief of the 

last, three stars of the first within a hordnre gn. — Crest, 

as of Cramond. Motto, licctc focipiido sccunis. 
Ingmsh, [Norf.] gu. three bars genielles or ; on a canton 

ar. six billets sa. 
Inglish, [Suft.] gu. three bars gcmelles or ; on a canton ar. 

five billets sa. 
Inglish, quarlerlv, or and gu. in the first quarter, a lion 

ranip. of the second. — Crest, an car of wheat and a 

palm-branch, in saltier, ppr. 
Inglish, erni. a bend az. 
I.SGLOS, barry of six, or and az. ; on a canton ar. five 

billets.. 
Ivglos. See Inglchoitse. 
Ingloys, [Norf.] gu. two bars gemelles or; a canton ar. 

billettee sa. 
Ingo, or iNGOE, [Essex] ar. three roses gu. pierced 6i-. 

(Another, seeded or, barbed vert.) 
Jitgo, [Essex] az. three cinquefoils or. — Crest, out of a 

ducal coronet or, a dragon's head and wings gn. 
Ingoldesby, or Ingoldsby, [Lelherhorow, Walriilgf, 

Hucks. ; and Ncwboltle, N.amp.] erni. a saltier enai". 

sa. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a denii lion gu. 

charged on the shoulder with an ctoileof the first. 
Ingoldsby, [Line] sa. a chev. betw. three etoiles ar. 

within a bordnre engr. or. ■ t 

fngoldshy, [Yorks.] sa. an etoile of six points ar. within a 

hordure or. 
Incon, [France] veit, a cross crosslet, fitchee in the foot. 
Ingram, [Halslcd, Essex ; Hercf. ; London; AVarw. ; 

Wore. ; and Temple-Newson, Yoiks.] erni. on a fesse 

gu. three escallops or. — Crest, a grithn's head, quarterly, 

gu. and ar. (Another crest, a cock i'}n-.) 
Ingram, [Scotland. Cerlified at the CoUrge of Arms, 

London, June, 1772] erni. on a fesse su. three escallops 

m", all within a bordnre engr. az. charged with eight 

bees, volant, the bodies of the second, winged of the 

first. — Crest, a phoenix in flames, all ppr. 



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Ingram, erni. on a fesse gu. three escallops ar. 

Ingram, az. a chev. betw. three lions pass. or. — Crest, a 
cock ))pr. 

Ingram, ar. on a fesse gu. three escallops or. 

Ingram, jier fisse, vert and ar. a pale counterchanged, in 
chief, a hnll's head, erased, and in base, two garbs. — ■ 
Crest, a bull's head, erased. 

Ingram, or, two pales gu. 

Ingkidkw. The same as Inglkdew. 

Ingstuchs, [Cambr.] ar. a fesse gu. in chief a niidlct of 
the second. 

Iniioff, [Geru)an\] ar. a linn-|>oissoB, or sea-lion ... 

Inians, az. three lleurs-de-lis ar. 

Lnkei,, sa. a bend betw. six martlets or. 

Inkell, sa. a bend ar. betw. six n)artlets or. 

Inkelton, [Devons.] gu. three tuns ar. 

Lnkepenne, barry of eight, gu. and or; ou achief, per 
]iale, of the second and first, a lion pass. ar. 

Inkersali,, [IKitford and Midd. Her. Off. Herts, and 
Midd. V . 2».] gu. a fesse danccttee erin. betw. six tre- 
foils, sli|)])cd, or. — Crest, a griffin's head gu. gorged 
with a fesse danccttee cnn. betw. two wings displ. or. 

Inkledon, or Inklfton, [ISucklanrl, Devons.] ar. a 
c1h-\. betw. three tuns sa. fiames issuing from the bungs 
PI"-- 

Inkledon, and Inkcldon. The same arms, — Crest, an ibex 
pass. or. 

Inkpen, gu. luo burs gemelles or, a chief iuvccled erni. 

Inkpen. See Inckjicn. 

Inner, or .Ii'Non, ar. on a cross az. five fleurs-de-lis of 
the first, within a borduie engr. of the second. 

Lnnes, ISarl, [Lochlash, Ross, and Coxton, Moray, 28 
April, 18U)] quarteily ; first and fourth, ar. three siars 
of six points az. for Inncs ; second and third, or, on a 
thief sa. three escallops of the field, for Graham. — 
Crest, a boar's head, crtised, )ipr. langucd gu. Motto, 
Be traist, and I£.templa svorinn. Sup|>orters, two ^rev- 
liounds ppr. ; the dexter, gorged with a collar ar. char- 
ged with three stars of six points az. ; the siiuster, tror- 
ged with a collar sa. charged with three cscallojis or, 
both wilh ( hains rellexeil over the back of the last. 

Inncs, [Uampslead, IMidd.] ar. three etoiles az. — Crest, a 
hoar's hiftd, eiased, or. 

Inncs, [of that Ilk] ar. three stars az. — Crest, a boar's 
head, couped, or. Motto, Be traist. 

lnnes, [Iknw-jll, Scotland] ar. a fesse counter-embattled,' 
betw. three*stars az. — Crest and motto as the first of 
Blairtonn. 

Lines, [lialhalvie, Scotland] ar. a fesse wavy betw. three 
stars az. — Crest and motto as the following. 

Inncs, [Ulairtoun, Scotland] ar. a fesse betw. three stars 
az. — Crest, a primrose ppr. thereon a bee sucking the 
same, or. Motto, I^ tahore diilcerlo. 

Lines, [Ijlairloun, Scotland, as altered i) Nov. ICiSii] erni. 
three stiirs az. — Crest, a thistle i)pr. thereon a bee 
stickin'j; the tlower thereof. Motto, as the last. 

Inncs, [Edinburgh] ar. a cross patlec betw. three stais az. 
— CresI, Iwo hands, joined fesseways, gras])ing a sword, 
all ppr. .Molto, Dital scrvntn p'des. 

Lines, [Edinburgh] ar. three stars of six points az. within 
a bordnre of the second, charged with eight roundles or. 
— Crest, an increscent ppr. Motto, Jc rccuii p«nr din- 
ner. 

Lines, [Edmgiglit, Scotland] ar. three stars az. within a 

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Lordiirctlicquy, of the first and second. — Crest, a branch 

of palm, slipped, ppr. Jloito, Ornatnr radix frondc. 
Innes, [Rilluur, Banill', Scotlaml] ar. three ctoiles of twelve 

points witliin a bordure az. bczantee. — Crest, an incres- 
cent ar. 
Innes, [Goniry, Scolland] ar. a fesse engr. bctw. three 

stars az. — Crest and njotto as the first of DIairtoun. 
Lines, [Thur.vtoii, Scotland] ar. three stars of five points 

within a bordure indenud, az. — Crest, a star of six 

points, environed with clouds, all ppr. Motto, Jhim 

spiro calcntia spcro. 
Innynge, ar. a chev. betw. three binds, trippant, sa. ; on 

a canton or, two pales gu. 
Inrevs, Inkys, or Irereis, ar. a chev. betw. three 

measuring yards gu. 
Inwardby, ar. a saltier engr. ; on a chief sa. two mullets 

or. 
Inwardly, ar. a saltier engr. sa. ; on a tliitf of the last, 

two luuUets of the first. 
Inwood, [Cobhain, Surrey] vert, a gritfin pass, or; on a 

chief of the second, three laurel-leaves of the first. 
Inwood. The same anus. — Crest, a denii liuu ramp, or, 

holding a battle-axe az. 
Inwyne, ar. three holiy-leavcs, pendent, ppr. 
Inyng^ or JuNYNG, [Dtvons.] or, a fessc betw. two 

doves sa. a canton, quarterly, or and gu. 
Inyng, [Devons.] ar. a fesse betw. two hinds' heads sa. a 

chief, paly of four, or and gu. 
Inys, ar. tlirec tortcauxes, in bend, cottised gu. — Crest^ 

on a mount vert, a rabbit ppr. against a tret of the first, 

fructed or. 
Io-A-Panowitz, parted per jiale and base, gu. ar. aud 

sa. 
Ipers, ar. a chev. betw. three bulls' heads, coujjed, gu. 
Ipgrave, sa. on a fer-de-nioline ar. five mullets gu. 
Ipre, [Earl of Kent] gyroiiny of eight, or antl az. an es- 
cutcheon gu. over all a baton ar. 
Ipre, barry lozengy, sa. and or.. — Crest, oa a mount vert, 

a leopard, couchant, guard, gu. ducally crowned or. 
Ipres, [Lane.] ar. a chev. befw. three bulls' heads, cabos- 

sed, gu. 
Ipres. The same arms. — Crest, a unicorn's head or, col- 
lared gu. 
Ipsam. See Isham. 

Ipstans, ar. a chev. betw. three mullets gu. 
Ipstans, l/jstanes, and Jpstones, ar. a chev. betw. three 

crescents gu. 
Frball, [Lane.] ar. a chief chequy^ or and gu. 
Irball. The same arms.— Crest, two halberts, erased and 

endorsed, sa. 
Irbe, . . , a fret . . , a canton sa. 
Irbill, sa. a bend betw. three trefoils, slipped, ar. 
Irby, Baron BOSTON of Boston, Line, and a Baronet. 
[Creations, Bart. 13 April, 1704- ; Baron, 10 April, 

1761. Beaidence, Hedsor-Lodge, Maidenhead, Bucks. 
ToiL-n Ilovse, 60, Grosvcnor Street] ar. Irctty sa. ; on a 
canton gu. a chaplet or. — Crest, a Saracen's head, in 
profile, jijir. wreathed ar. and sa. Supporters, two an- 
telopes, gu. attired and unguled or, gorged with a chap- 
let of roses of the last. Motto, Honor Jidelitatis prce- 
mivvi. 

l\'ote. — The ancient ciest, a tiper's head ar. era?od, per fesse. gii. 
maned and colLired of the last. 

liby, [Line. Temp. "Iitd. ElizabelK] ar. fretly sa. 



liby, [Line. Tcinp. Charles /.] The same arms. — Crest, 

a wivern's head ar. gorgcil with two bars gcmelles gu. 
Irbti, ar. a fesse and canton sa. 
Irbye, ar. fretty sei. ; on a canton cu. a cinquefoil ( Anr>- 

t/icr, a mullet) or. 
Iruis, or Irish, ar. a fesse az. a bendkt gu. 
Irebh.L, sa. a bend bctw. three trefoils ar. 
Ireby, [Canibr. and Cunib.] ar. a fret sa. ; on a canton 

of the second, a mullet of the first. 
Ireby. The same arms. — Crest, a sword, in pale, eufded 

with a Savage's head ppr. 
Iicby, [[reby, Cumb.] ar. fretty gu. a canton a?. 
Ireby, ar. fretty gu. a canton sa. — Crest, an antelope pass. 

I'F- 

Ireby, ar. fretty sa. ; on a canton of the last, a mullet 
or. 

Ireford, [London] ar. on a chev. sa. betw. tiiree Jleurs- 
de-lis, pierced, az. as many goats' heads, erased, of tli»^ . . 
field. 

IiiELAND, [dies. ; Lane; and Abbrighton and Oswalstrc, 
Salop] gu. six fleurs-de-lis, three, two, and one, ar. — i 
Crest, a dove ar. in the beak a sprig of laurel vert. 

Ireland. The same arms. — Crest, a bird ar. beaked and 
legged gu. 

Ireland, [Hertford, and Salop. Granted 1601] gu. three- 
fleurs-de-lis ar. ; on a chief indented of the last, a lion 
pass, of the first. — Crest, a fleur-de-lis ar. entwined with 
a snake reguard, vert, perforating the middle leaf of the 
flcur. 

Ireland, [Hout, Lane] ar. an annulet betw. three spice- 
mortars, sa. 

Ireland, [Lydiate, Lane] gu. a spear, in bend, or, headed 
ar. the head pointing to the sinister base point, at the 
other end a pennon, pendent, of the thh-d, betw. six 
fleurs-de-lis of the last, all within a bordure engr. of the 
second, jiellettee. 

Ireland, [Lane. Temp. Hen. VIII.] .., a chev. betw. sii 
fleurs-de-lis . , . 

Ireland, [London] gu. six fleurs-de-lis or, three, two, and 
one, an annulet for diff". 

Ireland, [Surrey] ar. a cfiev. erm. betw. three mullets gu. 

Ireland, [^Granted IGOl] gu. three fleurs-de-lis ar. a ciiief 
indented erm. 

Ireland, or, three crowns az. 

Ireland, gu. a fleur-de-lis ar. 

Ireland, ar. on a chev. sa. three close helmets or. 

Ireland, [Scotland] ar. on a fesse, voided, a boar's head, 
couped, gu. in chief three mullets of the last. — Crest, a- 
lion ramp, guard, gu. 

Ireley, or Ireli.EU, quarterly, per fesse indented, or 
and az. 

Iremonger, [Lniic. and Salop] sa. a chev. vaire, or and 
gu. bctw. three boars' heads ar. conpcd of the third. — 
Crest, a boar's head ar. collared vaire, or and gu. 

Iremoiirjer, sa. on a chev. or, betw. three boars pass. ar. 
as many falcons' heads, erased, of the field. — Crest, a 
phoenix, with wings expanded, issuing fioni flames, ppr^ 

fiemonyer. See Ironnwnrjer. 

Irenhamton, ar. a fesse sa. 

lUEREIS. See InREYS. 

Ireto.n, [Ireton, Cumb.; Hants.; Northampton; and 
Yorks.] ar. a fesse sa. in chief three niKllcts gu. — Cre^t, 
a demi lion sa. collared ar. hnhlipg m the dexter paw ?. 
mullet gu. 



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Ireton, [Ireton, Derb. ; and StafJs.] enu. two bends gu. — 

Orsl, a squirrel. 
In tun, [Ix>rd Mavor of London, 1659] ar. two bends gu. 
i.ilori, trill. (Another, ar.) a bend, voided, gu. 
IrctuTi, gyronny of four, crni. and gu. 
/retort, |)er saltier, or and gu. (Another, criu. and gu.) 
hfton, ar. a fesse and three mullets in chief, gu. 
Iiusii, or Ireys, [Irejs, l)or«i.] az. a fesse ar. overall a 

bend gu. — Crest, in au oak-tree, eradicated and erect, 

npr. a dragon or, pierced through the breast with a 

sword of the first, hilt of the second. 
Irish. See Jrdis. 

IlilsilE, sa. a cross flory ar. bctw. twelve billets of the se- 
cond. 
lULAKI), [Baruban, Scotland] ar. two bars gu. on the u))- 

peruiost three mullets or, in chief a boar's head, couped, 

oz. 
Jrland, [Scotland] gu. two bars ar. in chief three mullets, 

and in fesse a boar's head, erased, of the last. 
Jrland, erm. a fesse gu. frctty ar. 
Ir.mynges, az. a chcv. betw. four birds' heads, erased, 

or. 
lUNYNGE, ar. a fesse betw. two hinds sa. a chief paly of 

four, or and gu. — Crest, a child's head, issuing, ppr. 
Ironmonger, or Irkmonger, [Goldingtield, Berks.; 

and Nottingham] sa. on a chev. or, betw. three hoars 

pass. ar. as many birds' heads, erased, of the first. — 

Crest, a phcenix or, iii tiames ppr. 
Irons, or, a cross indented quarterly, gu. and az. — Crest, 

a cross moline, lozenge pierced, az. 
Ironside, [Houghtou-le-Spring, Durham] per pale, az. 

and gu. a cross patonce or. — Crest, a cioss crosslet. 

Motto, In hoc siyno viiices. 
Ironside, [Bishop of Hereford, 1079] per pale, az. and gu. 

a cross flory counterfiory or. 
Ironside, [Line] sa. a fesse dancettee ar. in chief two 

chaplets or. 
Ironside, quarterly, gu. and az. a cross patonce or. — 

Crest, a dexter hand, in fesse, couped, holding a sword, 

iu pale, surmounted by a laurel ciown, nil ppr. 
Ironside, or, a cross crosslet fitcnec az. 
Ironside, per pale, az. and gu. a cross tressured with half 

fleurs-de-lis or. 
Ironside, or, a cross forniee, fitchcd at the foot, az. 
Ironside, quarterly, az. and gu. a cross patonce (Another, 

(lory) or. 
IRRELL, quarterly, per fesse indented, or and az. 
Irton, [Yorks.] ar. a fesse sa. in chief three mullets gu. 
I'tnn, ar. (Another, erm.) two bends gu. 
• ilviNK, [Artamfoord, Scotland] ar. three holly-branches, 

each consisting of as many leaves ppr. banded gu. within 

a bordure indented, vert. — Crest, two holly-leaves, in 

saltier, vert. Motto, Sub sole viresco. 
Irvine, [Bieldside, Scotland] ar. a sheaf of arrows gu. bet«. 

tlircc holly-branches, each of as many leaves, vert, banded 

of the second, all within a bordure of the third. — Crest, 

three holly-leaves, conjoined iu one stalk, ppr. Motto, 

Modtrula dnrant. 
Irvine, [Bonshaw, Scotland] ar. three hollv-leavcs, slipped, 

vert. 
foine, [Castlc-Fortagh, Scotland] ar. a fesse gu. betw. 

three holly-leaves vert. — Crest, a hand, in a gauntlet, 

i-^suing out of a cloud, holding a thistle ppr. Motto, 



Pn 



■01 iiicmor ipse mci. 



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Irvine, [Cuirnfirld, Scotland] quarterly; first and fourth, 
the same arms as of Drum, within a bordure tngr. vert; 
second and third, C"- I't^^c crescents ar. for Oiiphant. 
—Crest, u cross crosslet fitcliec gu. and a branch of 
hollv, sl'ipprd, vert, in ballier. Motto, Ferendo feres. 

Irvine, [Drum, Scotland] ar. three small sheaves, or bun- 
dles, of hollv vcrl, each consisting of as many leaves, 
slipped, of the last, ban<ied gu.— Crest, a sheaf of ar- 
rows ppr. Motto, Sub sole, sub umbra, virens. 

Irvine, [reddcret, Scotland] ar. three holly-branches, each 
of as many liri\cs pjir. banded gu. witliiu a bordure engr. 
vert. — (rcM, a brunch of holly as in the arms. Motto, 
Oj)e solis et nnibnc. 

Irvine, [Inchray, Scotland] ar. a chev. betw. three holly- 
Icaves vert.— Crest, two holly-branches, in saltier, ppr. 
Motto, Sequitur vcstif/ia pairum. 

Irvine, [Kincouh^ic. Scotland] quarterly; first and fourth, 
the same arms as of Drum, within a bordure chequy, 
vert and ar. ; second and third, ar. an eagle displ. sa. 
armed gu. within a bordure of the second, for Ramsay. 
— Cre.sf, a Dccnssis, like the letter X, vithin a circle sa. 
Motti>, Deo, lieiji, et pairicc. 

Irvine, [Lairnie, Stotland] Arms the same as of DrunH 
within a bor.hirc vert, charged with six leaves, slipped, 
ar. — Crest, a branch of holly and a lily, both slipped, 
in saltier, ppr. Motto, Candida et constanter. 

Irvine, [Ij^ntnrk, Scotland] Arms as of Dt-um, within a 
bordure vert. — Crest, a sheaf of hully of seven leaves 
and banded -rii. .Motto, Fideqnc perennant. 

Irvine, [Murthdl, Scotland] ar. a sheaf of arrows gu. betw. 
three holly-branches, each of as many leaves, ppr. band- 
ed of the second. iNIotto, Sub sole, sub umbra, crcsccns. 

Irvine, M. O. [Scotland] ar. three holly-leaves and a chief 
vert. — Crest, a haml holding a bay-rod, adorned with 
nine leaves, ppr. with the chemical letters of Terra, 
Aqua, Iijnis,,Sal, Spiritus, Sulphur, Sol, Venus, Mcrcv- 
rius, or. Motto, Auspiee sumi/io ISiiimine, 

Irving, Bart. fWoodhonsc and Iloljgill Tower, Dumfries, 
19 Sept. 1809] ar. three holly-leaves vert, a mullet for 
diff. — Crests, first, acliapcau gu. turned up erm. wreath- 
ed round the crown with oak, or; second, a dexter arm, 
armed and end)owed, ppr. garnished or, holding iu the 
hand t«o holly-leaves, as in the arms. 

Irving, [Navy Pay Othce, and of Lanark, Scotland] ar. 
three spri£;s of holly, slipped, vert, a mullet for dift". ; on 
an escutcheon of pretence ar. a cross of St. .\ndrcw, 
enur. sa. — Crcit, a sheaf of three arrows, points upward, 
banded; a mullet for diff. Motto, Sub sole, sub umbra, 
virens. 

Irving, ar. on an inescutchcon ar. a saltier cngr. sa. betw. 
three hoUy-brauches of as many leaves, vert. — Crest, 
three arrows tieil roun<l with a rildion gu. 

Irving, or Irvine, ar. three biincln s of holly, in each as 
many leaves, vert, banded gu. — Crest, out of a ducal 
coronet, per pale, ar. and az. a lion's paw, per fesse, or 
and gu. holding a cross crosslet filchee of the last. 

Irwin, Irwine, nr Irwvne, [Ireland] ar. a chov. betwv 
three roses az. — Crest, a mullet, pierced, or. 

Irwine, [Installed Knight of the Bath, 19 Mati, 1779] 
ar. three bunches^of holly, of as many leaves each, vert, 
tied gu. the strings flotant, on the centre a crescent for 
diff. — Crest, an arm, couped above" the wrist, in ariiiour, 
ppr. lying fesseways, holding in the gauntlet a bun: h of 
holly, as in the arms; on the ar:u a crescent tor liiti. 



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I V Y 



Su))))Orters, two Savap,cs, «r<atlicil ;iliout the htail ;iiiil 
loins willi liolly-leavc;., cacli lioklins '" 'he exterior luind 
a ilub erect, all j>|)r. cacli club eiilileii with ailutal toio- 
liet az. Motto, Sub sole, si:b umbrii, vin.iis. 

Iiwinc, and lrwy]ie. See /( win. 

Isaac,- — Crest, in tlic sea, a cross pattec, bttw. two ears 
of \vhe<lt, in orlc, ))pr. 

IsAACK, [Bolliot, Devous.] per pale, az. and ]uirp. a cross 
flory or. 

Isaac/i, [Exeter, Devoits.] sa. a beiul or; on a canton ar. 
a leopanl's liead of the first. 

IsAACKSON, [Fifield, Essex] or, on a pile, bct-.v. two 
escallops az. a lion ramp. ar. — Crest, a demi lion .., 
holding betw. the paws an escallop. 

Isaacs, — Crest, a hand lioldirig a niillriiid. 

Isaacson, or, on a jtile, betw. two cscallojis az. a lion 
, ranjp. ar. — Crest, a deini lion ran)p. ar. holding bclw. 
the paws an escallop az. 

Isaacson. The same arnis. — Crest, two lions' gambs, issu- 
ing, sa. holding up a bezant. 

ISACK, [Brakesborne, Kent] sa. a bend or, in the sinister 
chief jjoint, a Icojiard's liead of tiie second. 

hack, qnarlerlv, or and juirp. a cross ]>attee, iitehed at 
each foot, or, betw. four laiubs ar. each gorged with a I 
rope az. and ])endent in front. I 

ISAKE, or IzAKE, [Dcvons.] per pale, az. and pnrp. a j 
cross paltee or, belw. four lances ar. 

ISAH., az. two bais ar. over all, a bend gu. within a bor- 
durc cngr. gobony of the second and third. 

ISAM. See IsHAM. 

IsATE, [Yorks.] sa. a fesse cngr. ar. betw. three dexter 
liands, couped at the wrist, lying fcsseways. — Crest, a 
stag's head, erased, per fesse, ar. and gu. pierced through 
with an arrow ppr. 

ISBEKY, or IsBURY, ar. three ben<ls wavy sa. 

ISBETT, .., three boars' head, coiipcd, ... — Crest, an 
escallop . . . 

IsnuRYE, ar. two bends nebulee sa. 

IsKLY, [Kent] erni. a bend gu. 

Isely, or hicy, quarterly, erni. and ar. a fesse gu. in the 
second and third quarters, a bend of the third. — Crest, 
a hand holding a roll betw. two branches of laurel, in 
orle. 

ISHAM, Bart. [Lamport, N.anip. 13 May, 1027] gu. a 
fesse wavy, and in chief three piles wavy, points meeting 
in fesse, ar. — Crest, a denii swan, wings endorsed, ppr. 
RJotto, over the ciest, Osloido, non osiento; and, under 
the arras. On thinys transitory rcslclli no glory. 

Ishatn, or Isain, [Kent, N.amp. and N.unib.] vert, three 
wedges ar. 

Jsham, [Kent and London] gu. three piles wavy or, over 
all, a fesse of the second. 

Iskam, or Ipsam, [Kent] gu. a fesse or, in chief three 
piles wavy of the last. 

Isham, [Salop and Sonier.s.] vert, thiee wedges ar. in chief 
a fleur-de-lis or. 

Isham, ])er fesse wa\'y, gu. and ar. three ])ites, in chief, of 
the second. 

hfutni, vert, three nails ar. 

ISHEKWooi), [Windsor, Berks. Granted 17C4] erni. two 
bars genieiles a/. ; on a chief gu. a leojiard (Anotlicr, a 
lion) pass, guard, or, spotted sa. — Crest, a wolf's head, 
per p;ilc, cnnines and eniiinois, erased, gu. 

ISKF.NSALE, See JkENSALE. 



IsLK. See Illey. :.i "^ i !t>v«"} ■ .."■ ,'* 

IsLEY, [.Soniuriilge, Kent] erni. a fesse sa. ■ 

Isley, S.U. a bend vair, betw. two fleurs-de-lis or. 

Jsley. \See Jscly, and Illcy. 

Is.MAYE, az. a che^. or, betw. two bezants in chief, and a 

cross crosslet fitchee. jn base, or. 
IsoEI), [Granted by Look] ar. si.\ leopards' faces vert, 

three, two, and one. 
IspAL, [Surrey, Temp. Edw. /.] az. a cliev. or. 
IsPKED, vr IsroilD, or, a ro.sc gu.; on a chief sa. an eajrie 

di--.|il. of (he first. 
Tspred, or Isprid, ar. a rose gu. ; on a chief sa. a denii 

lapwing <!isj)l. or. 
ISKAEI., gii. on a pile ar. three cinqucfoils of the field. — 

Crest, a sun rising from behind a cloud ppr. 
IsTEU, [Edon, near Northampton; and Lewes and Frani- 

tield. Suss.] gu. a chev. vair, betw. three talbots' heads, 

erased, or. — Crest, a buck's head, erased, pjir. attireil 

and ducally gorged or. 
Itchingham, az. a fret ar. = 

Ithell, [Caiiibr. and Billesden, Leic] ar. a cross engr. 

(Another, vaguled) flory, betw. four cornish choughs sa. 

— Crest, on a ducal coronet or, a cornish chough, with 

wings expaiiiled, sa. beaked and legged gu. 
Ivan, ar. three fleurs-de-lis sa. 
lean, az. a lion ramp. or. 
IvAT, [London] gu. en a cross ar. five fleurs-de-lis of the 

field. 
IvATT, or IvAT, [London. Confirmed 27 Jrnc, 1G20] ar. 

on a cross gu. five ileurs-de-lis of the field. — Crest, out 

of a mural coronet, an armed cubit arni, holding in the 

gauntlet, all jipr. a fleur-de-lis or. 
IvE, sa. a fesse betw. three goats pass. ar. attired or. — 

Crest, an arm, in armour, couped and embowed, resting 

the elbow on the wreath, holding a sword, ppr. 
Ice, az. a cross pattec betw. four martlets or. 
IvERBY, ar. a saltier cngr. sa, in chief two mullets gu. 
IvERS, or Jevers, ar. on a bend az. three fleurs-de-lis 

or. — Crest, a denii lion ramp, or, collared sa. 
IVERY, [Dungate, Sonieis.] ar. on a bend gu. three oak- 
leaves of the first. 
IvES, [N.amp.] sa. on a fesse, betw. three goats pass. ar. 

attired, bearded, and unguled or, as many crescents gu. 

— Crest, out of a ducal coronet gu. an Indian goat's head 

ar. guttee de sang, attired or. 
Ives, ar. a chcv.sa. betw. three Moors' heads, couped, ]ipr. 
Ives, or leys, ar. three torteaiixes, betw. two bends gu. 
IvETT, ar. a bend sa. betw. three ivy-branches jijir. 
Iieit, ar. on a cross flowered gu. five fleurs-de-lis of the 

field. 
Ivey, [Exeter] gu. a lion ranij). or. — Crest, a demi lion 

ramp, or, supporting a staff', raguly, vert. 
Ivie, [Scotland] — Crest, the attires of a stag aflixed to a 

scal|), pjir. 
Ivis, Iwis, or Iwys, ar. a chev. sa. 
Ivor ap Cadifor Fawr, [Wales] or, a griilin, segre- 

ant, sa. 
Ivory, ar. a bend vert, betw. three mullets gu. — Crest, a 

lion, sejant, aflrontee, holding in the dexter paw a sword, 

and in the sinister a fleur-de-lis. 
IvYE, [Oxon, and West Keynton, W'ilts.] ar. a lion ramp. 

gu. quartered with ar. a fesse embattled gu. betw. three 

annulets sa. — Crest, a lion ramp. ar. supporting a staff', 

raguly, gu. 



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IvVK, [Tudiiiglon, Glouc] s,i. six plates, llircc, two, and 
one; on a tliicf ar. a deiiii lion iiiini). gu. 

/run, i-a. six plates, three, two, and one; on a cliicf ar. a 
"lion ramp. Rii. 

IvYf. See Ives. 

IWARDY, and IwAKDBY, The same as Cwerby. 

IWAKDBY, [^fa|)ic, Durham, Oxon] ar. on a saltier en(;r. 
so. a rose of the tield ; on a chief of the second, two 
mullets, pierced, of t!ie first. 

Iwis, onrf.lwYs. See Ivis. 

IxEM, [Flanders] per jiaie, vert and gu. across nioiiiic or. 

IzACKF, [Exeter] sa. a hend or; on a canton ar. a leo- 
pard's head of tlie field, a libel tor dilf. — Crest, a leo- 
pard's head, eiased, .., ducally gorged ... 

IzAKR. See IsAKE. 

IzoD, [Tudington and .Staioton, Glouc] ar. six leopards* 
heads vert, lliree, two, and one.- — Crest, a man's head, 
side-faced, ppr. in armour or, on the head a plume of 
feathers gu. and ar. 

tzoN, ar. on a pale sa. three antique crowns or. — Crest, 
a dexter hand, (esseways, couiied, ppr. holding a cross 
crosslet fitchtc, in pale, sa. 

IzzARP, ar. six leopards' faces vert, three, Uvo, and one. 
— Crest, a doljihin, embowcd, pjir. 



J 



Jack, [England] parted per saltier, ar. and sa. two oak- 
leaves, in pale, vert, and as many acorns, iu fesse, or. — 
Crest, a pear-tree vert, fructed or. 

Jack, [Glasgow, Scotland] ar. a chev. sa. betu. two cres- 
cents in chief, gu. and an arm, iu armour, couped, fessc- 
ways, holding a sword, in pale, all ppr. — Crest, the sun. 
Motto, Post nubila Pbccbus. 

Jack, [Scotland] ar. a chev. sa. betw. two crescents in 
chief, gu. ; and in base, an armed arm, of the second, 
holding a sword ppr. hilt and poniel or. — Crest and ruotto 
as the last. 

Jack, [Scotland] The same aims, chev. az. 

Jack, [Woodhall, Scotland] ar. three demi holly-leaves, 
divided fesseways, vert. 

Jack, [.Scotland] az. on a chev. betw. tbree trefoils, slij)- 
ped, or, a mullet. . . 

Jack, ar. a chev. betw. two crescents in chief, gu. and an 
arm, in armour, embowed, holding a sword ppr. hilt and 
pouiel or. — Ciest, an armed arm gu. holding a swoid 
ppr. ^Motto, Post nvbila. 

Jack, ar. on a fesse . . , three cscallo|)s . . . — Crest, a horse's 
head, erased, holding in the mouth a broken tilting spear. 

Jacket, or Jaket, per chev. sa. and erni. in chief two 
ctoiles or. 

Jacket. The same arms. — Crcsf, out of a cloud, a dexter 
hand ppr. holding a cross pattee fitchee, in pale, or. 

Jackman, [Ducks. ; Durham ; Iloinchurch, Essex ; Hero- 
ford ; and Hunts. Granted 1.">G1] per saltier, ar. and 
i>a. in pale, two eagles disj)l. of the second. — Crest, a 
griffin's head, erased, sa. guttco or. 

Jacuportville, quarterly, az. and ar. four lions ramp, 
counterchanged. 

Jackson, Dart. [Fork-Hill, Armagh ; and Dcach-JIill, 
Surrey, 21 April, 1813] gu. a fesse betw. three shovel- 
lers, tufted on the head and breast, ar. each charged 



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with u trrfi.il, !.|ipped, \ert.— Crest, a shoveller, as iu 
the urn.s. .Motto, Main iiiori tjtiam fadari. 
Jackson, Dart. [Arsl.y, lleds. -Jl .Vai/, 1816] ar. on a 
fesse, betw. ii goat's head, couped, in chief, gu. and a 
ship ill full sail, in base, ppr. a greyhound current, betw. 
two pheons fir. — C'ust, a goat's heiul, couped, ar. gut- 
tee <lc sane, aimed and bearded or, gorged with a collar 
gu. clmr;;edwith three bezants, ringed, and line retlexed, 
gold. 
Jackson, [Sunderhind, Durham] ar. on a chev. sa. betw. 
tlirte hawks' liciids, erased, of the .second, as many 
cinqucfiiils lit' the first. — Crest, a horse, at full speed, 
ar. guttte <ie san;.'. (See I'l. of Arms) 

Jacksov, [Torphiii, Scotland] gu. three suns in splendour, 
or, within a. bordiire ar. a chief erm. — Crest, a dexter 
arm, in armour, cmiiowed, holding a battle-axe ppr. 
Motto, JJcmnt fi ji- puis. (See I'l. of Arms) 

Jackson, [Cuiiib. ; and Conibhay, Devons.] or, (Another, 
ar.) on a chev. sa. betw. three eagles' heads, erased, az. 
as many cin(|uefoils ar. — Crest, a horse, current, ar. 
guttee di' sang. 
Jackson, [Keswykc, Cumb. ; and Oxon] erm. a sj)ear's 
head, in pale, az. embrued gu. — Crest, a sun or, in 
flames ]>pr. 
Jackson, [Ckcslcr Herald, Temp. lien. VJII.'\ vert, on a 

fesse or, three magpies jipr. 
Jackson, [\\ est Chester] ,"\r. on a fesse gu. a greyhound, 
current, betw. two pheons or, in chief a go.Tt's head, 
couped, of the sceoml, all within a bonlure of tlie last. 
— Crest, a goat's head az. attired or. 
Jackson, [Derb. and Stalls.] ar. a lion pass, gu.; on a 

chief ol the second, three ])olc-axes of the first. 
Jackson, [llnrraton, Durham] or, a chev. indented, betw. 

three ca;;lcs' heads, erased, sa. 
Jackson, [Hereford] ar. on a chev. sa. betw. three liawks' 
heads, erased, az. as many cinquefoils or, quartering 
]^ ebsicr. Carpenter, Baskcrcille, Coninrisbij, and Sciida- 
inorc. — Crest, on a liit-lcaved coronet or, a hawk's head 
and neck, erased, gu. charged on the breast with a cross 
pallee fitchee or. MoHo, Seuto amoris divini. 
Jackson, [Ireland] ar. a fesse betw. tbree cocks' heads, 
erased, sa. — Crest, a flcur-de-lis or, entwined by a ser- 
pent M-rt. 
Jackson, [Kent] or, on a fesse, betw, three pheons az. a. 
lion pa^s. of the first. — Crest, a demi lion ramp, or, 
holding betw. the paws a pheon az. 
Jackson, [Soulligate, iMidd.] gu. a greyhound, current, in 
fesse, ar. betw. three pheons or. — Crest, a greyhound 
pass. sa. collared or, resting the dexter foot on a pheon 
of the last. 
Jackson, [London] The same arms. — Crest, a hand ppr. 

holding a boar's head, erased and erect, sa. 
Jackson, [Newcastle on Tyne, N.umb. ; and Hickleton, 

Yorks.] gu. a fesse betw. ihiee sho\(l!ers ar. 
Jackson, [Northampton, ilranted 1689] ar. a greyhound, 
curreut, ermines, betw. three eagles' heads, erased, sa. — 
Crest, a demi horse ar. gultce de sang. 
Jackson, [Oxford, 1790] sa. a spear-head ar. a canton or, 

a label for ditV. — Crest, an eagle, rising, jipr. 
Jackson, [Cishop of Oxford, 1812] gu. a fesse betw. three 

.shovellers itr. 
Jackson, [Huts.] ar. guttee dc sang, a spcar-head, i« pale, 

az. embrued gu. — Crest, a sun rising. 
Jackson, [ConimissioDcr of Excise, Edinburgh] barrvof ten, 

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ar. aud az. a liou ramp. go. ; on a cantotr of tlte last, a 

boar pass, of the first. — Crest, an eagle's head, erased, 

j>|)r. .Mot(o, Doininns fecit. 
Jfackson, [Scotljiid] ar. tliree holly-leaves vert. — Crest, a 

lioll_v-le!".f J>|)r. .Slotto, ^'iieacit rirtus. 
Jackson, [I.oclilioiise, Scotland] liarry of eight, or and cu. 

a lion rahip. ar. 
Juchsun, [Scotlciiul] barry of ten, ar. and az. over all a 

lion ramp. gn. 
Jackwit, [Paisley, Scotland] — Crest, an eagle's head, era- 
sed, pjir. Motto, Siiblimiora iteto. 
Jackson, [Bath, Soniers.] gu. a gicylvound, current, in 

fesse, ar. collared az. botw. three pheons or, on the 

shoulder a tor(ean\. — Crest, a dove, close, ])pr. in the 

beak an oiivc-brancli, on the breast a torteaux. 
Jackson, [Christ-Church, Surrey. Granted 10 Oct. 1700] 

■az. on a chev. betw. three rovered cups ar. as many 

cinqucfoils gu. — Crest, a horse pass. ar. sjiotted with ' 

ciuqiiefoils gu. 
'Jackson, [Bedall, Yoiks. Granted 1503] ar. on a chev. 

sa. betw. three hawks' heads, erased, of the second, as 

many cinquefoils of the first. — Crest, a horse, in full 
■ .sjieed, ar. gutlce de saiig. 
Jackson, [Kehvoold's Grove, Yorks.] gu. three siras or, a 

chief erni. — Crest, the sun or, betw. two branches vert, 

environing the same. 
Jackson. The same arms. — Crest, a naked arm, cmbowed, 

grasping a poinaid, all ppr. 
Jackson, [Yorks.] ar. on a chev. sa. betw. three eagles' 

heads, erased, az. as many cinqucfoils of the field ; on a 

chief or, two anchors, in cross, of the third, betw. as 

many trefoils, slipped, of the last, each charged with 

twelve bezants. 
Jackson, [Yorks.] gu. a <:hev. ar. betw. three magpies 

pj>r. 
Jackson, [Yorks.] gu. a fesse betw. three falcons, close, 

ar. 
Jackson, quarterly: first and fourth, ar. a lion pass. gu. on 

a chief of the last, three pole-axes of the first ; second 

and third, or, three bars wavy az. on a canton gu. a lion 

pass, guard, or. — Crest, an arm, in armour, emboucd, 

holding a battle-axe, all ppr. 
Jackson, gu. a greyhound, current, betw. three pheons ar. 

— Crest, a greyhound's head, coujied, ar. collared gu. 
Jacksun. The same arms. — Crest, a greyhound pass. ar. 

reposing the dexter foot on a pliecu of the last. 
Jackson, sa. a jiheon inverted, ar. a canton or. — Crest, an 

eagle, close, ppr. 
Jackson, ar. on a chev. betw. three daws' heads, erased, 

az. as many cinquefoils or. — Crest, a horse, current, ar. 

gnttee gu. 
Jackson, ar. on a fesse, betw. three cocks' heads, erased, 

sa. a greyhound betw. two pheons or, all within a bor- 

dure az. plattee. 
Jackson, az. a lion ramp. ar. biliettee gu. 
Jackson, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three cornish choughs ppr. 
Jackson, vert, a fesse or, betw. three magpies ppr. 
J<ickson, ar. on a chev. sa. three cinquefoils, pierced, of 

the field, betw. as many falcons' litaiis, erased, az. 
Jackson, ar. a lion pass. betw. three martlets or. 
.f ACon, [Dors. ; and Dover, Kent] or, on a quarter gu. 
an eagle displ. of the field. — Crest, a lion ramp, or, sup- 
porting a cross botonnee fitchee gu. 
■Jacob, [Newhall, Oxon] ar. achev. gu. betw. three heraldic 



tigers' heads, erased, ppr. — Crest, an lieraldic tiger pass. 

ppr. maned and tusked or. Motto, Tantvm in supcr//ns. 
Jacob, fhromley and Bow, Midd. ; and Ubbcston, Suft".] 

ar. a chev. gu. betw. three tig«rs' heads, erased, ])pi'. — 

Crest, a ti2:er pass. ppr. .Motto, I'arta lucre. 
Jacob, [Norton, Wilts.] or, on a canton sa. a tiger's head, 

erased, of tl>e field, langued gu. — Crest, a tiger pass. sa. 

resting his foot on an escutcheon or. 
Jacob, [VVoottoii-Bassctt, Wilts. Grunted 'M June, lC,:ii] 

The same arms and crest. 
Jacob, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three wolves' heads, erased, 

ppr.- — Crest, a wolf pass. jipr. 
Jacob, per pale, erm. and gu. three tigers' heads, erased 

and counterchanged. 
Jacob, az. a scaling-ladder betw. a greyhound in chief and 

an annulet in base, ar. 
Jacob, ar. a chev. gu. 
Jacob, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three trefoils, slipped, sa. ; on 

a chief of the second, an etoile or. 
Jacob, per cross, ar. and sa. a cross patonce, quartered 

and co*interclianged. 
Jacobs, ar. a greyhound, current, sa. a canton erminois. 

— Crest, an arm, in armour, embowed, grasping a swerd 

by the bladt, ppr. 
Jacobs, [London] per fesse indented, .. and .., an easrle 

displ. . . . 
jACOMn, [Burton Lazers, Leic. Granted '20 April, lO'il 

per chev. az. and erm. in chief two lions' heads, erased, 

ar. 
Jacomb. The same arms. — Crest, a baud holding two 

branches of palm, in orle, ppr. 
Jacomb, per chev. az. and erm. in chief two lions' heads, 

era.scd, of the second. — Crest, a lion's head, erased, barry 

of six, ar. and az. 
Jacquf.s. See Jaques. 
Jadewine, [London. Confirmed '1\ Sfpt. 1G29] sa. ten 

plates, four, three, two, aiul one, a chief or. — Crest, an 

oak-tree vert, Inicted or, supported by two lions' jiaws, 

erased, of the same, entwined with a scroll, inscribed 

uith this niOtto, liobnr in rila Dens. 
Jaduyn, %\i. ten bezants, four, three, two, and one ; on a 

chief ar. a demi lion, issuant, gu. 
Jaffka Y, [Edinburgh] paly of six, ar. and sa. ; on a fesse 

of the first, three mullets of flic last. — Crest, a mullet 

betw. t«o branches of palm, in orle, ]ipr. Mafto, Poat 

nubila Plucbvs. 
Jaffray, [Ireland] az. a fret or, a chief of the last. — Crest, 

<i demi leopard ramp. gu. 
Jaffkf.y, [King's Wells, Scotland] paly of six, ar. and sa. 

surmounted by a fesse of the first, charged with three 

stars of the second. — Crest, the sun beaming through a 

cloud, )>pr. Motto, Post nnbila Phrebus. 
Jaffrey, [Dilspro, Scotland] The same arms, crest, and 

motto; the arms charged with a crescent for dit}". 
Jagf.r, az. a cross pattee throughout or, cantoned >vith 

four fleurs-de-lis gu. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet, a 
hand holding a sword jipr. 
Jago, [St. Eriue, Cornw.] or, a chev. betw. three cross 

crosslets sa. 
Jacfo, or, a creyhound, current, in bend, sa. in the dexter 
chief a hunting horn, stringed, of the last. — Crest, issu- 
ing from clouds, two dexter hands, both seizing the 
stump of an old tree, sprouting anew, all ppr. 
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jAiiet, [thf! Keiiite] ar. six nails gii. three, two, and one. 
JAKKES. See Jakes. 

Jaki'.MAN, per chev. gu. ami erm. in cliief t«o eai;le3 
ilisj)!. or. — Crest, out of a Uucal coronet or, an eagle's 
lie:i(l I'pr. 
Jakks, [Lcic] ar. on a fessc gu. three escallops or. 
Jakfi, [Loniloii] ar. on a fessc enar. sa. three escallops of 
the field. — Crest, a horse's head, coiiped, ai. mailed or, 
htrnck in the breast «ith a tilting spear of (he last. 
Jaki's, or Jtikces, ar. on a fesse sa. three esrallojjs or. 
Jakes, ar. on a fesse engr. sa. three escailoj>s or. 
Jakkt. See Jacket. 

Jakys, or, two bars wreathed bendy of eight, az. an:i gu. 

Jai.mes, ar. three martlets sa. — Crest, out of a ducal 

coronet or, live ostrich's feathers, the three middle ones 

>a. and two outside ones ar. 

J.lMARE, [Hants. Temp. Edw. III.] gu. two lions pass. 

guard, in pale, ar. 
Jamekdeston, [Suff.] az. two bars ar. ; on a cliief gu. 

a lion )>ass. guard, or. 
James, Bart, [formerly Head, I.angley Hall, Berks. 31 
Jane, 17iil] gu. a dolphin, uaiant, in fesse, or. — Crests, 
■first, an ostrich p|>r. beaked and legged or ; second, on 
a ducal coronet or, two laurel-branches, in saltier, vert, 
environed with a snake ))pr. JMotto, J'ainie a jamais. 
James, Hart. [Dublin, Slierill" of that City, liU2 ; Alder- 
man, ltil7; and Mayor, 18i!l-2. Received the honour 
of Knighthood from the .Marquess of Wellesley, the 
■ Viceroy, and was subsequently created a Baronet on the 
19 March, 1822] quarterly, vert and gu. a cross ar. 
charged with a ship in full sail ppr. betw. four anchors, 
erect, az. ; in the lirst and fourth quarters, a dolphin, 
naiant, of the third, bctw. three cross crcsslels or; in 
the second and tliiul, a lion pass, guard, of the last, 
•belw. three trefoils, slipped, ar. — Crest, issuing from a 
ducal coronet or, a swan ]>pr. beaked gu. holding therein 
a dart gold, feathered ar. pointed towards the breast; 
■ over the crest, in a scroll, "A jamais.' JNIotto, under 
■the arms. Pro Deo, patria, et rege. 
James, [Denford, Berks; and Newi)ort, Isle of Wight] 
gu. a dol))liiii, einbowed, or. — Crest, an ostrich ar. beaked 
and legged or. (Another crest, on a ducal coronet or, 
two laurel-branches, in saltier, vert, environed with a 
■snake ppr.) 
James, [Cathedine, Brecknockshire] gu. from behinil bushes 
vert, a stag, currant, ar. ; -on a chief az. three castles of 
the field, one and two. 
James, [Sliwynbered, Brecknockshire] sa. a chev. betw. 

three uauntlets, fingers clenched, or. 
James, [Sliingcler, Caermarthenshire] gu. a dolphin, naiant, 

embowed, or. 
James, [Queen's College, Cambr.] per pale, or and az. on 
a chev. belw. three lions pass, guard, as many escailo|is, 
all countcrchanged. — Oest, a dove ar. standing u]>on 
two pahn-braiiches, in saltier, vert. 
James, [Cambr.] The same arms, the fitlil pcri>alc, ar. 

anil az. 
•lames, [Cornw.] ar. a lion ramp. az. betw . three escallops 

gu. 
''amr.s, [Wyke-Honse, Gillinghani, Dors.] az. a dolphin, 

einhowe(i, ar. 
-lames, [Dors.] az, a fesse betw. three dolphins, or. 
'^amrs, [Bishop of Durham] sa. a dolphin, embowed, ar. 
(in some copies) bftw_. three cross, cro.^slcts or. 



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Jaiiui, [Chrishttii iin<l Manudon, Kssex] ar. two bars, 
couiiter-tuibattled. uu.— Crest, out of a ducal coronet 
or, u deiiii yw.iii, with wings e^xpanded, ar. beaked gu. 

James, [Chrishall. E-sex] quartcrl> ; first and fourth, ar. 
two bars cr< in.||r,- ku. ; second and third, ar. three niill- 
rinds, traversed, .;a. 

Jumea, [Upmiiisler, llssex ; and Kent. Granted 18 Sor. 
1011] ar. a cluv. l.itw. three fer-de-molincs, fesscways. 
j sa. — Crest, a uailj ur. banded vert. 
\ James, [Clone.] a/, on a chev. or, betw. three lions pass. 

guard, of llic .■.ceoiul, as many |)iirses sa. 
\ James, [Jamaica. Lliuntcd 'lU June, \'rrl'\ az. on a chev. 
i betw. three lions pass, guard, ermiiiois, as many escallops 
I gu. — Crest, a deiiii lion ramj). erniinois, holding au escal- 

lo|i gu. 
\ James, [Deptford, Kent] gu. a (lolj)luii, embowed, or. — 
Crest, an oslrii b ar. 

James, [I'urk I'arm I'hue, Kltham, Kent] az. on a chev. 
betw. three lions pa>s. guard, or, ducally crowned of the 
I last, three creiunUs sa. tired ppr. — Crest, in a naval co- 
ronet or, a tower, with t«i> port-holes in front, of the 
I last, fire issuing from tin' |)orl-holes and top, ppr.; on 
I the tower a llag-statf of the last, thereon a Hag, llotant 
to the sinister, gu. in a po.^ilion of striking, being hall 
down the slalV. Motto, Vietar. 

James, [Wilsboroii-h, Kent; ami Ilyegate, Surrey] quar- 
terly ; first, ar. two bars crcnellee gu. ; second, ar. three 
fer-de-molines, barways, sa.; third, barry wasy of six, 
ar. anri az. on a cliiif or, three swallows, volant, sa. ; 
fourth, as the first. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a 
denii swan, with wines e.xpanded, ar. beaked gu. 

James, [Kent] sa. a dol|>l)in, in fesse, ar. finned or. — Crest, 
a buffalo ar. altlreil s;i. 

James, [Kent] sa. a didphin, embowed, ar. — Crest, a buf- 
falo, current, sa. altired or. 

James, [Lord Mayor of London, 1470; Salop, and SufTsJ] 
az. on a chev. betw. three lions pass, guard, or, as many 
escallops sa. — Crest, a dcmi lion ramp, or, holding aa 
escallop sa. 

James, [Barrow-Court, Somcrs. Confirmed hy Camden] 
sa. a dolphin naiant, betw. three cross crosslets or. — 
Crest, a dolphin, naiant, ... 

James, [Michbarrow, Somers.] sa. a dolphin, embowed, 
betw. three crosses botonnee, or. — Crest, a denii bull or, 
wrealherl round the middle with a chaplet of lauicl vert- 

James, [.Stalls.] sa. a dDl])liin, embowed, within an orle, 
ar. 

James, [Stoke, Sui ley] per chev. gu. and ar. three uni- 
corns' heads, coupcd and countcrchanged. 

./awfi", [Surrey] tpiaiterly, ar. ^nd az. a cross sarcellv 
countcrchauiied. 

James, [i'oxley. Wore] az. ,oa a chev. betw. three lions 
]):iss. reguaid. or, as many escallops sa. — Crest, out of 
a mural corouet az. a denii lion ramp, leguard. or, col- 
lared of the first, holding an escallop sa. 

James, [Wore] sa. on a bend, betw. two bezaDt5. tliree 
martlets of the field. 

James, sa. a dolphin, embowed, betw. three cross crosslets 
or. — Crest, as of Michbarrow. 

James, sa. a dolphin, einbowed, ar.^Crtst, ademi butl'alo 
ramp. sa. attired or. 

James, az. on a chev. betw. three lions pass, guard, or, as 
mauy escallops gu.— Crest, a denii lion ramp, or, bolcUng 
belw. the \r.y\\i, an escallop gti. 



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James, sa. a dolfiliin cnibowed, bctw. tlirct cross irossicts 
or. — Crest, a dolphin, rnihowcd, or. 

James, sa. a dolpliin, cmljoweil, ar. fimbriated or. — Crest, 
a dcmi bufl'alo, s.-iiiont, sa. horned and iinu:idc(l or. (Ano- 
ther crest, a buii'alo ]iass. sa. borncd and iinculed or.) 

James, ar. two har^, einbattk-d counter-embattled, gu. ; in 
chief three plicons, reversed, of the last. — Crest, out of 
a ducal coronet or, a dcmi swan ar, 

James, gu. on a ciiev. betw. three lions pass, guard, or, as 
many escallops sa. 

James, ar. a thev. sa. bctw. three niilirinds of the second. 
— Crest, a garb ar. banded vert. 

James, quarterly, ar. and sa. a cross, flowered, counter- 
chauged. 

James, az. a dolphin, ir. fcsse, ar. 

James, az. on a chev. betw. three leopards' heads or, as 
many cscalloi)s sa. 

Jajiies, ar. a bend gu. all within a bordure sa. 
.James. See Janes. 

Jameson, [Leith, Scotland] az. a saltier or, cantoned by 
ships under sail, in thief and flanks, anil a mullet, in 
base, ar. — Crest, a ship in full sail, her flag displ. gu. 
Motto, Sine metv. 

Jameson, [Scotland] az. a saltier or, cantoned with four 
ships under sail, ar. 

Jamesmi, ar. two arrows in saltier, points in chief, az. can- 
toned with four cinquefoils of the last. — Crest, an ante- 
lope, tri)ipant, or, horned gii. 

Jamif.son, ar. a fesse wavy betw. three anchors az. — 
Crest, a slii)) under sail, ppr. Motto, Ad littora iendit. 

Jamvile. SeeJAMVii.E. 
. Jamy, [Wells, Soiners.j ar. a fesse engr. vert, betw. three 

escallops sa. 
.Jandreix, sa. three mullets ar. 

Jandrell, sa. three buckles, the tongues pendent, ar. 

jANn, or Jeane, az. an eagle displ. or. — Crest, a swan, 

with wings endorsed, devouring a trout, all ppr. 
..Takes, or James, [Kirtling, Cambr. ; and Botalock, 
Cornw.] ar. a lion ramp. az. betw. three escallops gu. — 
Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a demi lion az. holding 
an escallop gu. 

Janes, [Elthani Park, Kent] az. on a cbev. betw. three 
lions pass, guard, ducally crowned, or, as many escallops 
sa. issuing flames ppr. — Crest, ODt of a naval coronet or, 
a tower, cnflamed on the top, ppr. 

Janes, az. a chev. crra. betw. six aniiulets, two, two, and 
two, linked together, or. 

Janivile, 01- Jamvii.e, az. thiec pair of barnacles or; 
on a chief erm. a demi lion ramp. gu. 

Jansen, parted per cross, az. and gu. a cross patonce or, 
a chief of the last. 

Janson, [Kent. Granted 1005] quarterly, az. and gu. 
a cross patonce and chief or. 

Janson. The same arms. — Crest, on a mount vert, a hind 
ppr. collared gu. 

Janson, ar, two bundles of reeds, in fesse, paleways, vert, 
— Crest, an- ami from the elbow, vanibraced, holding a 
falcon's leurc. 

Jan.<;.sf,n, [\Vimbledon, Surrey] quarterly ; first, ar. two 
bundles of reeds, in fesse, vert; second, per fesse, or and 
az. two swans, close, on the fesse-line, ppr.; third, per 
fcsse, or and az. a swan on the fesse-line ppr. ; fourth, 
ar. a bundle of reeds vert. — Crest, a quatrefoil ( Ano- 
ther, _a. trefoil) stalked and leaved vert. 



I Jaoduell, sa. three round buckles ar. tongues pend«nt. 
|Japin, [Nethcrland.s] vert, llirce pine-apples or. 

Jaque, or, on a niillink sa. five ctoiles of the first. 

Jaqves, [Midd.] ar. on a fesse gu. three escallops or. 

.fa'jiies, [Miilil.] ar. on a fesse cngr. sa. three escallops of 
the first. 

Jaqiies, Jeex, or Jacqves, ar. on a fesse cngr. az. three 
escallops or. — Crest, a horse's head, cou|)cd, nr. nianed 
or, struck in the breast \vitli a tilting spear of the last. 

Jaqties, or, on a fer-de-moliii" sa. five ctoiles ar. 

Jaqves, or, on a bend sa. three bezants. — Crest, a bc7ant, 
charged with a lion's head, erased and collared. 

Jaqves, or Jacques, ar. on a bend sa. three bezants. 

jAKliERl), or, a fesse bctw. two chev. sa. 

Jaibcrd, sa. a fesse betw. two chev. ar. 

Jardelay, az. a stag current, and two hounds in full 
sjiccd, all in bend, or. — Crest, a dexter arm, in armour, 
wielding a scimitar, all ppr. 

Jarden, ar. six mastles gu. 

Jardin, [Aiiplcgerth, Scotland] ar. a saltier and chief gu. 
i the last cliargfd with three iiiuUets of the field. — Crest, 
I a spur-rowel. Motto, Cave adsnm. 
\ Jardin, [F.dinburgh] ar. oi\ a saltier gu. five bezants; on 
a chief of the second, two mullets or. — Crest, a hand 

I holding a bezant, all ppr. Motto, Ex liitvte hones. 

; Jardine, Sir Henry, Kt. [King's lleniembrancer in the 
Exchequer of Scotland] ar. a saltier gu. ; on a chief of 
the last, two wings, conjoined, betw. as many spur-rowels 
of the first. — Crest, a dexter hand holding up a spur- 
rowel, ppr. Motto, Cave adsvm. (See Ti. of Arms) 

JarmAN, or, three bendlcts gu. — Crest, an eagle's leg. 
erased, in bend sinister, grasping a feather in bend dex- 
ter. 

Jarrard. See Jarrerd. 

Jarrat, Jakratt, or Jarrett, sa. a lion ramp. ar. 
ducally crowned or, collared gu. — Crest, an eagle, with 
wings expanded, p])r. 

Jarrerd, or Jerrard, quarterly, indented, or and az. 

Jarrerd, or Jarrard, quarterly, per fcsse indented, or and 
az. 

Jarrett, ar. a lion pass. .. betw. two flaunehes purp. — 
Crest, a lion pass, under his lore paw a flenr-de-lis. 

Jarrett, az. a lion ramp, ducally crowned, or.— -Crest, a 
lion's liead, erased and ducally crowned, or, collared gu. 

Jarrett. See Jarrat. i 

Jarvei.<;, [Pratling, Leic] sa. a chev. erra. bctw. three 
hawks ar. 

Jarveis. Sec Jarvis. 

Jarvice, [Patling, Cambr.] sa. a chev. engr. betw. three 
doves ar. charged with as many cinquefoils, pierced, of 
the first; on a thief of the second, a fleur-de-lis betw. 
two escallops of the field. 

Jarvili., paly of six, or and az. 

Jarvks, or Jarvels, az. six ostrich's feathers ar. three, 
two, and one. — Crest, a lion ramp. gu. 

Jarvis, ar. six ostrich's feathers sa. three, two, and one. 

Jarvis, sa. a chev. betw. six (Another, three) lapwings, 
ar. 

Jason, [Broad Somcrford, Wilts.] az. a toison d' or within 
a double ticssure flory counter-flory gold. — Crest, on a 
chapcau gu. turned uj) erm. a pogasus, salient, with wings 
endorsed, having in the mouth a burr ppr. 

Jnsnn, [Enfield, Midd.] The same arnvs. 

Jason, [Greece] gu. a toison d' or. 



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Jciion ar. a lion pass, or; on a canton ar. a cross gu. 

1 ^si'KBi [Loniionj ar. an anchor sa. ; on a cliicC «avy gu. 

tlircc escallops of tlio lir.st.— Crest, a stan<iard, issuing 

Ironi tlie wreath, ar. charged with a cross gn. 
Jasper, ar. a bordure ax. diarccd "ilh eight martlets or. 
jAll"<"-L. ermines, three round bncUles ar. tongues pen- 

,|(.nt.__tresl, a demi antelope gu. holding bctw. the 

paws an csenteheon or. 
jAi'MF., [Foriign] or, a pegasus, salient, ar ; on .a chici' 

07. three innllets of the second. ,Supj)orters, two lions 

rump, reguard. ar. 
Jalpin, vert, three ananases, or pine-ap])lcs, reversed, 

stalked, leaved, and to|)ped, or. — Crest, a tlcmi grey- 

honnd, salient, ppr. 
jAUSSEl.iN, 0)- JocF.LYN, f Feering, Esscx ; and London] 

az. a circular wreath ar. and sa. with four hawks' bells 

joined thereto in quadrature, or. — Crest, r. falcon's Jeg, 

crated at the thigh, gii. belied or. 
jAl'ViN. The same as Jaduyn, 
JAWUKRII.I-, [Candir.; Sutton, Isle of Ely; and Stoughton, 

Hunts. Granted 2 JnJii. 1-597] ar. three round buckles 

sa. tongues pendent. — Crest, an anteloj)e's head ar. 

gorge<l with a belt and buckle. 
Jawdrkm,, sa. three annulels ar. 
Jay, [Dcvons.] ar. a chev. az. betw. three jajs ppr. 
Jay, gu. on a bend ar. three roses of the field. — Crest, on 

a ducal coronet or, a eritlin, sejant, az. rtstiug' the dex- 
ter foot on an escutcheon gu. 
Jail, [Scotland] az. three dolphins, iiaiant, or. — Crest, a 

lion's paw holding a thistle ppr. 
/«V, gu. on a bend cngr. ar. three roses of the first. 
Jny, az. a lion, salient, and a canton or, within a bordure 

cngr. of the second. 
Jay, ar. three Midas's heads, erased, sa. crowned or. 
Jayk, [London and Norf. 1001] gu. on a bend cngr. ar. 

three roses of the field, seeded or. — Crest, an otter pass. 

pi>r. 
Jnye, [Dorking, Surrey] sa. three leopards' beads, erased, 

ar. crowned or. — Crest, out of aducal coronet, perpalc, 

or and az. a camel's head sa. bezantee. 
Jkane. See Jane. 

Jeanes, ar. a lion ramp. bctw. three escallops az. 
Jeanes, or Jeans, — Crest, a decrescent or. 
Jf.bb, [Ireland] az. three lalhots' heads, coupecl, or. — 

Crest, two rods, raguly, in saltier, banded. 
Jct>l>, [Lontlon ; and Mansfield, Notts.] <juartcrly, vert and 

or; in the first quarter, a falcon, close, ar. belled of the 

second; in the fourth, a hawk's leure of the third. 
Jeudon, .,011 a bend .. a battle-axe .. betw. a boar's 

head, couped, and a leopard's face ... — Crest, a leo- 
pard's head ... 
Jrex. See Jaques. 

Jefery, [Langly] ar. a fcsse betw. three escallops sa. 
Jkffekay, [Mailing, Suss.] az. frctty or ; on a chief ar. 

a lion pass, guard, gu. — Crest, a lion's head, erased, ar. 

ducally crowned az. 
Jeffhay, az. a fret or; on a chief ar. a lion pass. gu. 
Jeffekey, sa. a lion, salient, betw. three scaling-ladders, 

or. 
Jekfereys. See Jeffryes. 
Jefferies, — Crest, a lion's head, erased, az. collare<i ar. 

charged with throe roses gu. 
-'Hkkris, sa. a chev. ar. betw. three .'jtears' hcad», ... — 

*-rct>t, R lion ramp. sa. 



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Jefferson, [London ; and Ilippon, Yorks.] az. on a sal- 
tier or, betw. I'our bizants, a leopard's head of the field. 

— Crest, a di;nii ^rithii az. collared or, h tiding a bezant. 
Je[fcrsuit, az. u (ret ar. ; on a chief of the last, tiirec Ico- 

Jiards' heads gu. — Crest, a talbot's head, erased, ar. 

eared gu. 
Jeffery, [London] ar. six billets sa. three, two, and one ; 

on a chief of the second, a lion pass, or, arnietl and 

hingucd gu. 
Jcflcry, erin. two lions pass, guard, gu. — Crest, a dciiii 

lion ranij). holding a scimitar p))r. 
Jcri'ERYES, [Ure(on and .Miercywieg, Brecknockshire] ar. 

a lion ramp. sa. a canton chtqny, oi and gu. 
JiJJ'crycs, [Little Kur.stcd, Essex. Confirmed 20 Feb. Hth 

James /.] nz. a fret or ; on a chief of the second, a lion 

pass, of the iirst. — Crest, out of a mural crown or, a 

lion's head av.. ducally crowned of the first. 
Jejf'en/cs, [London] ar. a chev. gu. betw. three spears' 

lieads ppr. 
Jeflcrycs, [Orlestcouili, Wore] per fesse embattled, gu. and 

ar. in chief three leopanis' heads, in base as many hawks' 

leures, lined and ringed, counterchanged. — Crest, on a 

mount vert, a i\o\e, with wings endorsed, ar. beaked and 

legged gu. 
Jifihycs, or Geffreys, [Clifton, Hoiuecastle, Wore] sa. a 

iion ramp, or, bctw. three scaling-ladders of the second. 

— Crest, on a rock ar. a castle or, the two end towers 

domed. (Another crest, on a mount vert, a castle ar.) 
Jefferys. See Jeffiues. 
Jeffrey, [Sufi.] gu. a fret of six; on a chief ar. a lion 

pass, guard, gu. 
Jeffrey, ar. six billets, three, two, and one, a label gu. 
Jeffrey, ar. a chief sa. fretty or. 
Jeffrey, or, five Itillets in, saltier, sa. a label gu. 
JcffiTy, crni. on a canton sa. u saltier cngr. ar. 
Jejfrci/. Same as Jeffrey, King's Wells, Scotland. 
Jeffrey, si. a lion ramp, or, betw. three scaling-ladders of 

the second. — Crest, on a ducal coronet, a martl-jt ppr. 
Jeffreys, [Lord Mayor of London, 1G8G] ar. six billets 

sa. ; on a chief of the second, a lion pass, guard, or, 

armed and langucd gu. 
Jeffreys, [Slywcll, Brecknockshire] sa. a chev. embattled, 

betw. three sjiears' heads ar. embrucd gu. 
Jeffreys, [Brecknockshire] sa. a cliev. bctw. tiirec s[kcars' 

heads or. 
Jeffreys, [Dors.] gu. three pillars ar. garnished or. 
Jeffreys, sa. a cl'.ev. betw. three spears' heads ar. embrucd 

gu. — Crest, on the sluniji of a tiec, conjied, and shooting 

out new branches, vert, a stork ar. 
Jeffries, ur Jefferys. The same arms.— Crest, a lily 

and holly-branch, in saltier, j)pr. 
Jeffry, [London and ^Vorc.] or, three hawks' leures gu.; 

on a chief embattled, of the secoml, three leopards' heads 

of the first. — Crest, on a nioniit \crl, a bird, with wings 

expanded, risins;, ar. 
Jeffry, az. billtttee, a lion ramp. or. 
Jeffryes, [I'riory, lireckuockshirc] sa. a chev. 1>et«. 

three spears' heads ar. enihrued gu. 
Jeffryes, [Esscx. Jler. Off. Esser, c. 21.] The same arms 

and crest as Jefferyes, Little Bursted, Essex. 
Jeffn/cs, [Lonilon] ar. six billets, three, two, and one, sa. 

on a chief of the second, a lion pass, guard, or. — Crest, 

a lion's head, erased, ar. charged with three billets sa. 

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Jeffiycs, [Cliidinglcy, Suss.] az. fretty or; on u thief ar. 

a lion j)ass. !;u.- — Crest, a lion's head, erased, ar. 
Jcffrycs, (IP JcfTcrcys, erm. a lion ramp. sa. a canton of 

the last. — Crest, a detiii lion rainp. or, lioldiiig i)etw. the 

paws a chap!ct vert. 
Jeffr Ys, sa. a ciiev. betw. three spears' heads ar. emhrued 

gu- ' 

Jeffs, crm. mi a canton gu. a saltier or. — Crest, a peli- 
can's head, erased, vtilninj', ppr. 

Jeff.son, or jErHSON, [Lonilon] az. a fesse embattled 
or, betw. three cocks' heads, erased, ar. combed and 
wattled of the sectmd. — Cicst, an arm, couped at the 
elbow, and erect, habited pilyof four, ar. and az. cufl'ed 
of the first, thereon a bend gu. holding in the hand a 
bunch of roses ppr. stalked and leaved vert. 

Jeggins. See Jf.goN'. 

J.EGON, az. a chev. betw. three pelicans or, vulninj- their 
breast.i e,u.— Crest, a pelican as in the arms. 

Jegon, or, two chev. jju. a canton az. 

Jegon, or Jeggins, ar. two chev. %u.; on a canton az. an 
eagle, with wings endorsed, or. — Crest, an eagle, with 
wings expanded, or, beaked ar. 

J^HIBENOD, ar. two swords, in saltier, SS.fiilts and po- 
mels in base, gu. 

Jeken, ar. a lion pass, reguard. ermines, betw. two cinqne- 
foils in chief, vert, anri an escallop in base, gu. — Crest, 
a demi lion reguard. erm. powdered with crescents gu. 
holding betw. the paws a phcon sa. 

Jekin, [Dover. Granted ^G July, \&0Z] The same arms 
and crest. 

Jekyl, [Caslle-Hcdinghani, and Booking, Essex, 1G70] 
or, a fesse betw. three hinds, trippaiit, sa. — Crest, a 
horse's head, ccuped, ar. n.aned and bridled sa. studded 
and tasselled or. 

Jekyll, [Docking, Essex; Line; London; Midd. ; and 
Notts.] The same arms and crest. 

Jekyll, [New Street, Spring-Gardens, London ; and Dal- 
lington Manor-House, near Northampton] The same 
arms and crest. 

Jekyll, [Midd. Her. Off. Essex, c. 21] per pale, ar. and 
or, a fesse wavy gu. betw. three hinds, tri))])anf, sa. — 
Crest, a horse's head, paly wavy, ar. and sa. bridled or. 

Jeleerd, per pale, ar. and sa. a fesse nebulee betw. three 
garbs, all counterchanged. 

Jelbert, )icr pale, ar. and sa. a fesse ^vavy betw. three 
garbs counterchanged. 

J.ELEYBUAND, [Lauc] ar. two swords, in saltier, gu. hilts 
in base, or. 

Jelibrani), ar. two swords, in saltier, sa. hilled gu. 

Jelley, or Jei.i.Y', erm. a chev. sa. — Crest, a garb, en- 
twined by two snakes, ppr. 

Jei.licoe, az. on a bend ar. three mullets gu. a chief or. 
— Crest, a cherub with two wings. 

Jelly. See Jelley. 

Jeli.ybronpk, or, two swords, in saltier, gu. 

Jelter, per j)ale, gu. and vert; on a chev. betw. three 
cats pass, guard, or, as many garbs of the field. — Crest, 
a cat, ssjant, guard, or. 

Jemmet, [Asliforrl] per chev. gu. and az. three unicorns' 
heads, couped, ar.- — Crest, a unicorn's head, erased, ... 

Jemyn, jicr chev. gu. and ar. three unicorns' heads, cou- 
ped and counterchanged. 

Jencotf, Jenicot, or Jenycote, [Gascoyanel ar. a 
bend sri. ; on a chief of the second, a leopard s head or. 



Jenes, and Jev.set. The same as Jem yn. -"^ 

Jeney, Jen'NEY, t?-GENEY, az. an lucscutcheon wilhiii 
an orle of eight martlets or. 

Jemco, harry nebulee of six, gu. and ar. 

Jenicot, ar. a bend sa. ; ou a chief gu. three IiO]>ar.-!s' 
heads or. 

Jenicot. See Jencotc. 

Jenings, az. a chev. or, hetw. three bezants. — CresI, a 
dove, volant, az. li'irgcd ar. 

Jenison, [Line. ; Notts, ; Itheston, N.anip. ; Elswiok, 
N.umb.; Yorks. ; and Wales] az. a bend wavy or, betw. 
two swans ar. niembercd of the secor.d. — Cre>t, out of 
a ducal coronet or, a dragon's head az. 

Jenken, [Wales] or, a fesse sa. in chief three mullets ru. 

Jenkkxs, or Jenkyks, per bcud sinister, erm. and er- 
mines, a lion ramp, or, a crescent for dilf. — (rest, a 
wivern gu. standing on a tilling spear, without bar. or 
vaniplit, and broken olf at the point, or, and bearing in 
the mouth the remaining part nf the shaft, armed ar. 

Jenkenson'. See Jexkinson. 

Jenkes, [Wolverton, .Salop. Granted 2 May, 1-082] or, 
three boars' heads, couped, sa. a chief indenle.l of the 
last. — Crest, a dexter arm, emboweil, habited sa. cutl'ed 
ar. entiled with a ducal coronet or, grasping in the hand 
ppr. a sword of tlie seconrl, hilt and poniel of the tliirti. 

Jcnhes, az. two bars or, each charged with a martlet, 
betw. as many fleur.s-de-lis of the first; on a chief of 
the second, a rose au. seeded or, barbed vert, betw. two 
fleurs-de-lis of the field. 

Jenkin, [Higher, .St. Collonil), Cornw.] or, a lion ramp. 
reguard. sa. — Crest, a lion ramp, reguarj. sa. (Aiwther 
crest, 0)1 a mural coronet sa. a lion pass, reguard. or.) 

Jenkins, [Ireland] sa. a. chev. or, betw. three tkurs-de- 
lis ar. — Crest, on a ducal coronet or, a talbot, slataut, 
ar. collared and lined gu. 

Jenkin!:, [Wales] per pale, az. and sa. tiirce fleuii-de-li& 
or. — Crest a battle-axe, hanille or, head pjir. 

Jenkins, sa. a chev. betw. three tleurs-de-lis ar. — Crest, a 
lion's paw, erased, holding a bezant, or. 

Jenkinx, ar. three maulets, in pale, betw. two flaunches sa. 
each charged with a lion pass, of the tirst. 

Jenkinson, Earl of LIVERPOOL; iiaron Ha«kcsb«ry, 
of Haukesbury, Glouc. ; and a Baronet. [Crentic7i4^_ 
Hart. 8 May, ICGl ; Baron, •J-l July, I'JOg ; and Earl, 1 
June, 1700. /{csidencrs, Hawkesbmy, Glouc; Cooiub- 
wood, Kingston, Surrey; and Wainier Castle, Deal, Kent. 
'foum IJoiise, Fife House, Whitelidll \ard] az. a fi^ise 
wavy ar. chaiged with a cross pattee gu. in chief two 
etoilcs or; and, as an honourable augmentation, upon a 
chief wavy of the second, a cormorant sa. beoktd tud 
legged of the ihir.l, holding in the beak a braricli ot sea- 
weed, (called iaver) inverted, vert, being the anas of 
Liverpool. — Crest, a sea-horse, assurgtct, ar. raaned cz. 
supporting a cross pattee gu. Supporters, two hawks, 
wings elevated and endorsed, ppr. Iitaked, legged, and 
belled or, charged on the breast wilh a cross pattee gu. 
Motto, I'alma non sine pnlverc. 

Jenkinson, [Watton, Derb. Crcntcd a Baronet 17 iJec. 
1GH.5] ar. two barrulets or, in chief ihr.e suns pj)r. — 
Crest, a sea-horse's head, couped, az. erined or, gorsred 
wilh two barrulets of the KiSt. 

JcnkinFov, [Ireland] az. a fesse erm. in chief three suns 
or. — Crest, out of a ducni coronet az. a (Ipmi lion ramp. 
ar. holding a palui-bv;;iu.ti ^elt. 



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J,nkiu'i>'i- The sniiie arms. — Crcsf, a sea-horse'3 head, 
fou'>i-d, nr. criiieri 511. corc^etl will) a lesse az. 

Jtnk'tnsm, [l-ondoii. (iranted 14 Feb. 156(3] az. a fesse 
wu'.v ar. thrco etoiles, in chief, or. — Crest, a sea-horsie 

rf""- 

Jrnkiiison, [Line] The same arms aud crest. 

J^iiliiiison,' [Line] barry wavy of four, az. aud gu. iu chief 

three cloiles or. 
Jenkinson, [London. Confirmed Ki James /.] az. on a 

fesse wavy ar. a cross pattee ^u. in cliief two cloiles or. 

— Crest, a sea-horse, assurgent, or, irianed az. support- 

ino; a cross \iattce gu. 
Jiulii'isoii, [Tunstai, Norf. ; and Oultoii, Sufi".] or, two 

bars geraelles gu, betw. three boars' head.s, erased at the 

neck, sa. — Crest, a bull's head ar. crined sa. the horns 

twisted or and of the second. 
JcuUnson, [Norf.] or, a fes.se gemelle gu. betw. three 

boars' heads, erased at the neck, sa. — Crest, a sea-horse 

or, finned gu. 
Jenkinsun, [Norwicii. Granted 1687] or, two bars gu. 

voided, betw. three horses' heads, erased, sa. — Crest, a 

seahorse's head, couped, ar. Hnned, and gorged with two 

barrulels, or. 
Jenkinson, or Junke7isoii, [vValcot, Oxon] The same aims 

and civst as the 2nd of London. 
Jenkinson, or, a fesse, cottised, gu. betw. three tigers' 

hea<ls, erased, sa. 
Jenkinson, ar. a fesse wavy az. in chief three etodcs or. — 

Crest, a sea-horse az. winged or. 
Jenkinson, sa. a chev. betw. three fleurs-de-lis ar. 
.luNKS, vert, a griffin, segreant, or. — Crest, out of a ducal 

corouct or, a griffin's head ppr. 
JnNKYN, az. a bend ar. betw. six mullets or. 
Jenkyns, [York CilV, ai;d tlusby, Yorks.] or, a lion ramp. 

reguard. sa. — Crest, on a ducal coronet sa. a liou ramj). 

rcguaid. or. 
Jenkyns. Sec Jeukens. 
Jennence, oj- Jennins, [Bosmangan.Cornw. and S-ilop] 

erm. a lion ramp. gu. 
Jennens. Same as Jf.nny.n'.s, 1st. 
Jennet:, [E^sex] az. a cross ilory, (Another, potent) betw. 

four fleurs-de-lis or. — Crest, a greyhoiicd, sejant, ar. 
Jiuner, [Loudon. Gra/ited 1034] az. U\o swords erect, 

Ui chev. ar. hilts and poniels or, betw. three covered cups 

of the last. — Crest, a covered cup or, standing betw. two 

swords, in saltier, ar. hilts and poinds of the (list. 
Jexneson, [N.unib.] The same arms and ciest as Jeni- 

SON. 

Jennet, or Gennet, [Nargi-ave, Wore] ar. two chev. 

betw. six martlets, gu. 
Jennet, ar. two chev. gu. betw. six martlets sa. three, two, 
. and one. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a dexter arm, 

embowcd, in nrail, ppr. holding in the hand a sword ar. 

hilt of the first. 
Jennet, ov Jennett, [Ireland]— Crest, a hind's liead sa. 
Jennet. See Jcnvs. 
Jennets. Same as Ji:nnet, 2iid. 
Jknney, [Line. ; Tottenham, Midd. ; and Fennert;.!!, 

SufT.] erm. a bend gu. cottised or. — Crest, 011 a clo\e 

ar. a hawk or, belled of the last. 
■'rnney, [Great Ci-essingbam, Norf.] erm. a bend, cottised, 



Jrnncj, [Sull.] ci-m. a bend, cottise-d, gu. 
•lenneii, erm. a bend gu. cottised or. 



Jenncij, ar. three, cornish choughs sa, 

Jenney. See Jeneij. 

Jenning, ar. a chev. betw. three hinds sa. a quarter, (jaK 
of four, or and gu. 

Jenninges, az. a chev. or, betw. three bezants; ou a 
chief crui. three ciriqucfoils gu. — Crest, a jay ppr. 

Jenninges. See Jeiiyngcs. 

Jennings, [llurlington, Ueds.] erm. a lion ramp. gu. 

Jcnninys, [Oldcastle, dies.; and Salop] ar. a fesse gu. 
betw. three plummets su. — Crest, a wolf's head, erased, 
))er pale, ar. and vert. 

Jcnninys, [Dcvoiis.] or, on a fesse vert, betw. three battlc- 
nxcs gu. a rose b( Iw. two denii fleurs-de-lis or. 

Jcnninys, [Ireland] az. a chev. paly of six, ar. and gu. 
betw. three gritiins' heads, erased, of the second. — Crest, 
out of a mural coronet az. a wheat-sheaf or, thercou a 
sparrow pjjr. 

Jennings, [Lord JNIayor of London, 1508; aud Yorks.] ai . 
a chev. gu. betw. three plummets sa. — Crest, a welt's 
licad, erased, per pale, ar. and vcit. (Another, ar. aud 
.sa.) 

Jcnninys. The same arms.— Crest, an eagle's head, cou- 
ped, holding in the beak a jilumiai.t sa. 

Jennings, [St. John's, Westminster, Midd. Granted 1760] 
erminois, three jiole-axcs, erect, az. two and one ; on a 
. chief gu. three beudlets ar. — Crest, a dcmi dragoa ermi- 
nois, wings eudorseil gu. erased of the last, holding a 
battle-axe erect, az. 

Jennings, [Lancaster Herald, Temp. Henry VIII.] The 
same as of Ipsley, Warw. 

Jennings, [Bertoo, Sonrers.] az. a chev. or, betw. three- 
Lczaiits; on a chief erm. as many cinquefoils gu. 

Jennings, [Stafi's.] ar. on a chev. gu. three piuaiiiicl* or. 

Jcniiings, [ipsley, W arw.] az. a chev. betw. three griffins" 
heads, erased, or, a chief of the last. 

Jcnninys, [Rippon, Yorks.] ar. a chev. betw. three plum- 
mets sa. — Crest, a griffin's bead, couped, betw. tv.o 
wings, endorsed, ppr. io the beak a plummet, peudeot, 
sa . 

Jcnninys, [Liles len, Yorks. Granted 26 May, lt>41j ar. 
a chev. erigr. betw. three |)lumnrets sa. 

Joinings, ar. on a fesse gu. three bezants. — Crest, a derui 
lion ramp, or, holding the upper part of a spear-sbaft of 
the last. 

Jcnninys, az. a chev. betvv. three griflios' heads, erased, ar. 
— Crest, a cat s head, erased, guard, gu. bezantee, hold- 
ing in the mouth a cross pattee fitchec ar. 

Jennings, or, 011 a fesse gu. three plates. 

Jennins, [Mili'ord, Hants.] ar. a chev. betw. three plurji- 
mels sa. — Crest, u demi grilfin ppr. in the beak a plu.n- 
nret sa. 

Jennins, az. a chev. or, betv/. three bezants; on a cLitt 
erm. as many cinquefoils gu. — Crest, a griffin pa^. gu. 
hokiing a buckle or. 

Jennins. See Jeniicncc. 

Jen NOR, or, on a cross az. four fleurs-de-lis of the firsi, 

within a boi<lure engr. of the sc<.ond. 
j Jenny, [Norf. and Sufl".] |)aly of six, or and gu. .1 chici 
I crrn. C/l«o'/'e)-, the chief ar.) 

[Jenny, [Sufl'.] ern). a bend gu. cottised sa. — Crest, a' fal- 
coner's hand within a glove, in fesse, Jipr. bearing; a fai- 
con-pcrcli thereon, or. 
liny. Tile sanic arms, — Crest, a fuleon, rising, belied. 



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J E R 



Jemiri, jiitlj of su, ar. anil az. an orlc of martlets or. — - 

Crest, out of a ducal coront't or, an arjii, iu armuur, 

Liraiiilisliing a scimitar, j)i)r. 
Jf.nny.ng, ar. on a fessc ;;u. three bezants. 
Jennyns, [on a iMonuinctit in Hotisliam Church, Canibr.l 

az. a clicv. bctw. tiircc gritlins' heads, erased, ar. ; on a 

chief or, a lion pass. gu. betw. two tortcauxes. — Crest, 

a leo]»ard's bead, erased and £;uard. gu. Ijuzantee, hold- 
ing' in the month a cross forniee iilrliee ar. 
Jennyns, [AJiild. and Speacbley, Wore.] The same arm.« 

and crest. 
Jennyns, [Rlidd.] az. a cliev. betw. four gritfins" beads, 

erased, or, three and one. 
Jennyns, [Midd.] <|nartcrly, per fcsse indented, az. and 

ar. ; in the first quarter, a lion pass, of the second. 
Jennyns, . . , on a I'esse . . , three bezants. 
Jenouk, or Jenouiie, [Essex] az. a cross patonce (Aito- 

l/icr, pattee) betw. (bnr fleurs-de-lis or. 
Jenoure, [Mucli-Dunniow, Essex. Created a Baronet 

1028] The t.amc arms. — Crest, a greyhound, sejant, 

sa. Motto, In prctium pcrsevcro. 
Jknoyre, az. a cross patonce betw. four fleurs-de-lis or. — 

Crest, as the last. 
Jenoyre, or, on a cross az. five fleurs-de-lis of the field, 

within a bordure engr. of the second. 
Jenssen, [Lord Mayor of London, 17o.5J Same arms 

and crest as JajN'ssen, Wimbledon, Surrey. 
Jen viL, az. three pair of barnacles, expanded, in pale, or ; 

on a chief erm. a lion, naissant, gu. 
Jenvii.l, az. three pair of barnacles, ex])anded, in pale, 

or; on a chief ar. a lion ranip. naissant, gu. 
Jkny, — Crest, a hand, in fes^e, issuing from a cloud jipr. 

holding a cross pattee fitchee ar. 
Jenycote, See Jencote. 
Jenynge, [Hants. ; and Hesse, Midd.] ar. on a fcsse gu. 

three bezants.--Crest, a denii lion, erased and ramp, or, 

supporting a spear, erect, of the first, headed az. 
.Jenyngks, [Devoiis.j ar. a fesse betw. two hinds sa. a 

canton paly of four, or and gu. 
Jeny?iges, [London] ar. acliev. gy. betw. three fishes' heads, 

erased, sa. 
Jcnyiiges, [London] ar. a chev. betw. three demi etoiles, 

couped, per fesse, sa. rays in base. 
Jenynges, [Sufl.] or, on a fesse vert, betw. three h:dberts 

az. staves gu. a fleur-de-lis betw. two demi roses, pale- 
ways, ar. seeded of the field. — Crest, a demi Savage sa. 

collared round the neck or, wreathed round the temples 

of the last and vert, holding in tlie dexter hand a hal- 

bert az. staftgu. 
Jenynges, or Jenninges, az. a chev. betw. three giiflins' 

heads, erased, or. 
Jenynges, or, oil a fesse vert, betw. thiee battle-axes gu. 

a fleur-de-lis of the first, enclosetl by two demi roses ar. 

—Crest, a demi roan, habited sa. cap vert, holding a 

battle-axe az. 
Jenynges, ar. three torteauxes in fesse. 
Jenysonn, [Bnrnh:im West Gate, Norf.J az. on a bend 

wavy or, betw. two swans ar. three roses gu. 
Jeoffkey, [London] or, three hawks' leures gu. ; on a 

chief embattled of the second, three leopards' faces of 

the first. 
Jepiison, Bart. [Spring Vale, Dors. 1 June, 1815] az. 

a fesse embattled or, betw. three cocks' heads, erased, 

ar.- — Crest, a cubit arm, vested paly, ar. and az, cufi'of 



the second, surnionntcd will) a bend gu. in the hand a 
pansy, nr heart's ease, ppr. Motto, I'eriias mcyna <•*/. 

Jejilison, [Ireland] erm. three bugle-horns sa. stringed an I 
garnished or. — Crest, a hind, trippant, or. 

Jcphsvn, [I'rovie, Hants.] The same arms. 

Jcphson, ar. two bars az. betw. nine mullets, three ia chief, 
three in fesse, and three in base. 

Jephson. See Jrff'son. and Jc:<son. 

Jepine, [1G34] Acrt, three i)ine-apples or. — Crest, a lion's 
head, erased, or, billettce sa. and tlucally crowned of the 
first. 

Jeppe, [Sutton's Court, Somers.] az. a chev. betw. three 
falcons, close, ar. — Crest, an eagle displ. ppr. 

Jepson, — Crest, on the top of a tower, issuing, an eagle, 
rising, pjir. holding in the beak an acorn, slipped and 
leaved vert. 

Jerakd, [Pamford, Somers.] ar. a chev. gu. betw. three 
ermine spots sa. 

Jerurd, or Jerrard. The same arms. — Crest, on eagle 
displ. with two heads or, charged with a saltier sa. 

Jerard, qn-irterly, per fesse indented, or and nz. 

Jerball, [Yorks.] ar. a chief chequy, or and gu. 

Jerbaz, [Suss.] The same arms. 

Jerbert, sa. a fcsse betw. two chev. or. 

Jerdridgf. The same. 

Jcrbridye, erm. an aunulet sa. ; on a chief gu. three lozen- 
ges of the first. 

Jercey. The same as Jersey. 

Jeremy, ar. three manncbes gu. — Crest, an arm, in ar- 
mour, einhowed, gloved, v/iekling a battle-axe, all ppr. 

Jereys, ar. a chev. betw. three Blackamoor's heads, cou- 
ped, sa. with caps vert, frctty or. 

Jerires, ar. a cliev. betw\ three delves, gu. 

Jermain, vert, a cross engr. or. — Crest, a gillyflower 
pj)r. 

Jermayne, [Westminster] The same. 

Jermin, [Wiikham-Bishop, Essex. Granted Avg.1G64] 
ar. two bars gemelles, betw. three bucks' heads, cabos- 
sed, sa. — Crest, a buck's head, cabosscd, sa. betw. two 
wings, expanded, ar. 

Jermin, [Exeter] Jialy wavy of six, erm. and az. 

Jermin. See Jermy, and Jermyn. 

Jermingham. See Jernegan. 

Jekmy, or Jermyn, [Aniingham, Merlingforth, and Wy- 
ton, Norf. ; and Brightv.ell and Stutton, Snfl".] ar. a lion 
ramp, guard, gu.— Crest, a griflin, with wings expanded, 
gu- 

Jcrmy, ar. a leopard, salient, guard, gu. — Crest, a griffin 
pass. gu. 

Jcrmy, gu. three escutcheons erm. 

Jermyn, [Exeter, Dcvons. ; and Lordington, Suss.] palv 
of six, erm. and gu. — Crest, a tiger's head, erased, cu. 

Jermyn. The same as Jermin, Wickhain-15isliop. 

Jermyn, [Debden, Hesset, and Rushbrook, Suil". 1400] sa. 
a crescent betw. two mullets, in pale, ar. — Crest, a grey- 
hound's bead sa. gorged with a bur gemelle or. (Ano- 
ther crest, out of a dncal coronet or, a greyhound's head 
ppr. collared or; another, a talbot pass, gorged with a 
coronet.) 

Jermyn, ar. a lion ramp. gu. 

Jermyn, [Lord Jermyn, Temp. Charles /.] sa. a crescent 
betw. two stars, in pale, ar. 

Jermyn, [Lord Dover, Temp, James II.^ The same, with 
a crescent in the dexter chief point for ditf. 



J E R 



JEW 



Jf.nNF.GAN, or Jkrmingham, [Cossey, 'Norf. ; ami So- 
iiicrlrton, Sufi'.] ar. tlirtc butklts, lozeiif;v, gu. — Crest, 
nut of a »lui.;il coiorif t or, a diiai laUon dis|il. ar. 

JiKNlNGliAM, I'laion STAl'lOUD, ami a liait. [CVfa- 
liims, Bart. 10 Oct. lli'il ; and to tlic ancitiil baron)' of 
SlafTonl, upon the reversal of tiic iiii(|uilous attaiiiiler of 
Sir Williuni Howard, Viscount Stallonl, \iy the crown in 
18"J4. Jicsidciiccs, Cosscj-llall, Norf.; and Slufi'nal- 
Manor, Siiloji] ai. tlirce lozeiii;e-sha|)cd anniiii; buckles 
ru. touciies fessevvajs. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet 
or, a demi falcon, wings cNjianded, ppr. Supporters, 
two swans ar. beaked and loirged sa. ducally gorged per 
pale, jiu. and of the second. Mollo, I'irtus basis vittc. 

Ji-niiiir/hain, ar. three lozcnsc buckles gu. — Crest, out of 
u ducal coronet or, a partridge sa. vvings cxjjaaded. 

Jirvingha7ii, ar. a fcsse, belw. three buckles gu. 

J tnNODTU t:, or, guttec de sang, a bend gu. 

Ji'.ItN YNGH AM, ar. on a cliev. gu. fimbriated, eiigr. sa. 
three escallops of the first. 

Jekkard. See Jerakd. 

Jersey, or Jei;cy, per pale, az. and gu. an eagle displ. 
ar. — Crest, out of ilauies a plianix jipr. 

JuRSON, [of that Ilk] gu. on a fessc, betw. three billets 
ar. a crescent vert. 

Jkrveis, [^^'orc.] sa. a chcv. betw. three pheasants ar. — 
Crest, a tigers head sa. 

Jervis, or Jervoise, [Hunts.] sa. a chev. betw. three 
eagles disj)l. ar. — Cr.st, a tiger's head sa. 

Jf.RVILE, de, paly of six, or and az. 

Jervis, Viscount St. VINCENf ot Meaford, Stafl^. [Cre- 
ation, 21 April, 1321. His Lordship succeeded to the 
peerage at the decease of his Unrle, 13 Itlarch, 1023; 
and assumed, by royal jjcnnission, the surname and 
arms of Jervis only, in place of those of his own pater- 
nal family, Ricketts. , Jlcsidcncc, iMeaford, Stafls.] sa. 
a chev. crni. betw. three martlets ar. — Cnst, out of a 
naval crown or, enwrapped by a v.rcath of laurel vert, a 
demi pegasus ar. maned and hoofed of the fust, winged 
• az. charged on the wing with a lleur-de-lis or. Sup- 
porters, dexter, an eagle, wings elevated and endorsed, 
holding in the sinister claw a thunderbolt, all ppr. ; sinis- 
ter, a pegasus ar. luaned and hoofed or, wings az. chaige<l 
with a fleur-de-lis gold. Motto, Thus. 

Jervis, [E\bridge and Exeter, Devons.] ar. six ostrich's 
feathers, three, two, and one, sa. 

Jervis, [Petling, Leic. Granted by Catiidcti] sa. a chev. 
crni. betw. three hawks, close, ai. — Crest, a hawk's 
heati or, betw. two wings, expanded, ernj. 

Jc) vis, [Stafls.] sa. a chev. orni. betw. throe njnrtlets or. 

Jervoice-Clarke, Bart. [Eadesworth-Hark, Hants, as- 
sumed, by royal permission, in 1800, the surname of 
Jtrvoicc, in addition to that o( Clarke, and was created a 
15art. 13 Nov. 181.1. Tou-n House, 15, Hanover Square] 
quarterly ; first and fuurtli,sa. a chev. betw. three eagles 
tiispl. ar. for Jervoice ; second and third, az. three es- 
callops, in pale, or, betw. two Haunches crminois, each 
charged with a cross pattee litchee gu. for Clarke. — 
Crests, first, a tiger's head sa. for Jervoice ; s> cond, oii 
a wreath, within a gold ring, set with diamonds jipr. a 
roundle, per pale, cu. and az. charged with a jihcun ar. 

JeRvois, [Ilcrriotf, Hants. Felloxc nf Ml Sfn/l.-' College, 
Oxon. ob. 14 May, 1C62] ar. a chev. betw. three eagles 
Jispl. sa. 

Jervnis. See Jerves. 



Jervts, [Ij.-thcriugset, Norf.] az. a chcv. betw. three bee- 
hives ot. 

Jervijs, sa. three beehives or. — Crest, a hand ppr. holding 
an eagle'.s h g, eraseil at the thigh, gu. 

Jerwokiii, [IVnrMi, Wales] gu. three boars' lieads, era- 
sed, in pale, ar. 

Jcrwurth, uz. on a I'esse or, betw. three lions ramp, of the 
last, as many cro.'-.se.') pattee fitchec sa. — Crest, a crane's 
liead, couped, jipr. 

Jesoi'.k, az. a lion ramj). or, within a bordure engr. ar. an 
orle of billets of the secoiid. 

Jesse, ar. three dcnii sea-dogs ))ass. in l>ale, sa. — Crest, 
a lion, sejant, sujiportin'.: an escutcheon, gu. 

Jesson, [Co>en] ar. a fcssc embattled, sa. betw. three 
cocks' lieads, erased, gu. — Crest, a dexter arm ppr. vested 
gu. charged with a bend ar. cufi" or, holding a rose of 
the second, stalked and leaved vert 

JcssoK, [l.ine.] or, on a bend, cotlised, sa. three crosses 
moline of the first. 

Jessnii, or Jeplisoii, az. a fcsse embattled or, betw. three 
cocks' h< ads ar. combed gii. — Crest, an arm, erect, vested 
paly of six, ar. and az. charged with a bend gu. holding 
in llie hand j'pr. a cin(|uefoil purp. leaved veit. 

Jcsson, az. a fcsse crencllce or, betw. three cocks' heads, 
erasefl, ar. 

Jessoii, az. a lion ramp. betw. three billets or. 

jKSSOr, [lieland] ar. a fcsse, betw. three leopards' faces, 
gu. — Crest, a goat's head, erased, sa. aimed and collared 
or. 

Jessup, or, two bars gii. in chief three loo|iards' heads of (he 
second. — Crest, a cockatrice's head, erased, ]>urp. combed 
gu. wini'.ed ppr. 

Jessopk, [Gillingham, Chilcnmb, Chickwell, and East 
Chequeiell, Dors] ar. (Another, or) two bars gu. in 
( hid' three leopards' heads of the last. — Crest, a cocka- 
trice vert, with wings disjil. ppr. combed aiid wattled 
gu. 

Jcsicpe, Jessopp, and Jessup. The same arms. — Crest, 
a man on horseback, at a charge, holdiug a broken tilting 
spear, jipr. 

Jes.S()I>pe, [liioniehall. Yorks. Granted 13 Jitli/, 1.576] 
bany of six, ar. and az. on the first, nine mullets gu. 
three, ihjie, an.l three. 

Jett, [London] ar. on a cross gu. five fieurs-dc-lis of the 
field; ill the dexter quarter, a trefoil, sli]iped, vert ; in 
the sinister, a portcullis az. — Cicst, out of rays of the 
suii UI-, a demi swun, with wings elevated, sa. in the beak 
an arrow ar. 

Jetmk, [P.ayton, Ellowe, and Lowestof)', Sufi'.] az. a 
fesse, hetw. three bats displ. ar. — Crest, out of a ducal 
coronet or, a cubit arm, erect, in mail, holding in the 
hand, all ppr. the blade of a broken sword ar. 

Jettcr, sa. a fcsse betw. ihiee bats ar. — Crest, out of a 
ducal coronet, an arm, erect, holding a broken spear 
j.pr. 

Jevan ap Howell, sa. a chev. betw. three flcurs-dc-lis 
ar. 

Jevers. See Iver.s. 

Jevon, [Staffs.] or, a mound betw. four saltiers gu. 

Jew, [Whitlield, Devons.] ar. a ehev. betw. three Jews' 
heads, conped, sa. 

JEWARnnv, ar. a saltier engr. sa. ; on a chief of the la.^', 
two mullets of the first. 

JeWE, [Pevoiis.] vert, a i:'m lamp. erm. overall a fe^^e "U 

L7A] " ° ■ 



JOB 

Jewel, ^ — Crest, an oak-branch bearing acorns ppr. 
Jewei.i., [Kast Down, Dcvons.] or, on a dicv. az. betw. 
three cillytlowers gii. stalkcil and leaved vert, a maiden's 
head of the field, iliically crowned of llie third ; on a 
chief.., a hack's knio, double stringed, ar. betw. two 
falcons . . beaked and leg;ged of the fir>t. — Crest, a cn- 
bit arm, vested ay. cnft'ed ar. holdina; in the hand j'pr. a 
gillyflower pit. stalked and leaved vert. 
JciiH'lt, [Salisbury] az. three gillvlUnvers ar. 
Jewell, [Scotlarid] or, a clicv. az. betw. three irilly flowers 
gu. slijijied and leaved vert ; on a chief of the third, a 
hawk's Icure betw. two po))iiiiavs of the field. — Crest, a 
dexter hand holdiui;- a ^illytlowi'r ppr. 
JexccU, or, on a chev. az. betw. three ])iiiks su. stalked 
and leaved vert, a Homan's head of tlie first, lier hair 
dishevelled ; on a chief sa. a hack's leurc ar. betw. two 
falcons of the same, bellttl of the first. 
Jewkks, gii. in chief three boars' heads, eonpcd, ar. — 

Crest, betw. the horns of a crescent, a buckle ppr. 
Jewes. The same arms as Jew. 
Jeiccs. See Jucs. 

Jewry, .., on a fesse three wilkcs ... 
Jeynoi;. The same as Jenodre, Great Dunniow. 
Jeynes, .,, ten bezants, four, three, two, and one; on a 
chief . , , a demi lion ramp. . . . — Crest, an arm erect, 
holding- a batlle-axe. 
Jeys, sa. a fesse or, betw. three cinquefoils erm. — Crest, 

a horse pass. ar. 
Jfyld, az. a chev. betw. three acorns or, husked and slip- 
ped \ert. 
Joan, [Wake] ar. two bars eu. in chief three torteauxes, 

over all a bend az. 
Jo.\nes, [Taplow, Bucks.] ar. three cocks gu. combed and 

wattled or. 
Joancs, [London and Wore. Granted 1G34] quarterly ; 
first and fourth, ar. a lion ram)), vert, mouth bloody ; 
second and third, gu. a bend or ; over all a label of three 
points sa. a martlet for A\&. — Crest, a sun ia s]>lendour, 
or. I 

Joancs, [Walpole, Norf.] or, a chev. cngr. betw. three ! 
swallo\vs sa. within a bordure az. bezanlee. j 

Joancs, [Brimsey, Somers.] or, on a mount, in base, vert, 

a lion ramp. az. — Crest, a timer's head, erased, ... 
Joancs, [Wales] vert, a lion ramj). or, betw. five ears of 

v\lieat, of the last, two, two, and one. 
JoASS, [Collinwort, Scotland] vert, a sand-glass, running, 
ar. ; and in chief, the holy bible expanded, ppr.— Crest, 
a sand-glass, winced. Motto, Cogit umor. 
JoBDER, [Aston, Saloj)] vert, a fesse erm. 
Jobber, [Staffs.] vert, a chev. erm. 
Jobber. The same arms. — Crest, a fox, sejant, ppr. 
JoBLiNG, [Newton Hall, N.umb.] gu. a lion ramp. ar. ; 
on a chiel or, three mullets, pierced, az. — Crest, a demi 
lion ramp. ar. holding a battle-axe ppr. 
Jobliny. The same arms and crest. Alotto, For my coun- 
try. 
JoDSON, [Ilford, Essex. Granted April, Edward VI.] 
l)aly of six, ar. and az. a chev. erm. betw. three eagles 
displ. or, armed cu. 
Jobsoit, [Snayth, Yorks.] gu. five escallops or, one, three, 
and one, — ^^Crest, on a sinister gauntlet ar. a bird, close. 



Jobson, gu. five cscallo|)s, in saltier, or.- 
extended, ar. a falcon, close, or. 



-Crest, on a hand, 



J O H 

Jobson, per pale, az. and or, an eagle displ. counterchan- 

ged ; on a chief gu. three escallops ar. 
JocE, [Sufi.] ar. on a chev. per pale, az. and gu. three 

escallops of the first. 
Jocc, sa. on a fesse ar. three cinquefoils of the first. — 

Crest, an antelope pass. ppr. 
Jore, or Joos, ar. on a bend gu. three water-bougcts or. 
Jocc, ar. a fesse betw. three crosses formec sa. 
Jocc, ar. a chev. betw. three lions ramp. gu. 
Jocc, ar. three torteauxfS, in bend, cottised, gu. 
Joce, ar. a chev. betw. three holly-leaves gu. 
Jocc, sa. on a fesse ar. three wilke.s, lying fesseways, gu. 
Joce, ar. a fesse betw. six crosses pattce sa. 
JoCEi.lN, [Horsley and Newhall Jocelins, Essex] az. a cir- 
cular wreath, ar. and sa. with four bells joined thereto, 
and disposed in quadrans,de, or. 
JocEiiNE, [Lord Mayor <if London, 1404 and 147G] The 

sanie. 
JocELYN, Earl of RODEN, Viscount Jocelyn, and Baron 
Newport of \e\\port, in the peerage of Ireland; Baron 
Clanbrassil of Hyde Hall, Herts, in the peerage of the 
United Kingdom ; and a Baronet of England. [Crea- 
tions, Bart. IGtin ; Baron New ))ort, 174-1 ; Vise. 176.3; 
and Earl, 1 Dec. 1771 ; Baron Clanbrassil, 17 Jiibj, 
lt(2l. licsidences, Hyde Hall, Herts.; and Dundalk- 
Housc, Loiitli] az. a circular ureath, ar. and sa. with 
four hawks' bells conjoined thereto in quadrangle, or. — 
Crest, a falcon's Icij, erased &-la-quisc, ppr. belled or. 
Supporters, two falcon ppr. belied or. Motto, Fuiie 
mon dei-oir. 
Jocehpi, or Joccli/ne, [Sawbridgcworth, Herts.] The same 

arms and crest. 
JoCEYS, ar. an eagle displ. sa. over all a bendlet gu. 
JocOYS, ar. an ea^le displ. sa. a bend az. 
JoDDRELL, sa. three round buckles ar. tongues pendent. 

— Crest, on a chajieau, a greyhound,' sejant, ppr. 
JODRELL, Bart. [Sail Housed Norf. 10 Dec. 1783. Town 
House, 10, Bentinck Street] ermines, a trefoil, slipped, 
or, betw. three gemmed rings ar. — Crest, a cock's head, 
wings endorsed, or, comb and wattles gu. issuing from a 
chanlet of roses ppr. Motto, Non sibi scd pal rice natus. 
Jodrell, [Yerdersley, Ches.] sa. three round buckles ar. 

tongues pendent. 
Jodrell, [Uuflield, Dcrb.] sa. three round buckles ar. the 
tongues |)cndent ; a trefoil, slijiped, or. f .■!;((>//(('(•, the 
field ermines. Granted 10 Jiilij, 1707.) — Crest, a cock's, 
bead and neck, couped, the wings erect, or, combed and 
jellopcd gu. issuant out of a chaplet of roses, barbed and 
seeded ppr. 
Jvdrell, [London and Lichfield, Staffs.] eiminois, a trefoil, 
slipi)cd, or, betw. three round buckles, the tongues pen- 
dent, ar. 
Jodrell, [Staffs.] sa. three chaplets ar. 
Jodrell, sa. an etoile ar. 
JoEl,, lozengy, gu. and ar. a chief eiiii. — Crest, a hare 

lodged among grass, ppr. 
JollEYNGHAM, [Kent] az. fretty ar. within a bordure or. 
John, [I'enzance, Cornw.] ar. two bars sa. ; on a chief 
of tiic last, as many bezants. — Crest, an arm in armour, 
cnibowed, grasping a swoid. 
John, ar. a chev. betw. thiee coruish choughs sa. beaked 
anil membered gu. within a bordure eugr. of the second. 
—Crest, two bartle-a\es, in saltier, ppr. blades or, there- 
on standing a cornish chough as in the arms. 



J O H 



J O H 



J.>Kn, fca. a cliev. betw. three wilk-sbells ar. — Crest, a demi 
iioii ramp. ppr. 

John, sii- <i fesse bcfvv. three wilk-shells ar. 

J„liii, sa. a fesse betw. three hearts ar. 

J, Jilt, sa. a ihev. betw. three trefoils, shpped, ar. 

J<>iim;s, or Jones, [Caton, Lane.] erm. a chev. coiipod, 
.;;,. — Crest, out of a ciucal coronet, a phiiiie of five fca- 
tliers ar. Motto, ^'ince maliuit bono. 

Jih'iius, [Lonrlon] az. a lion ramp. betw. three cros.scs for- 
niee fiteliee or, a chief of the last. — Crest, a lion ramp. 
or, siipportini; an anchor az. fluke of the first. 

Johiu's, [iSloumoiithshire, 1573] ar. on a chev. betw. three 
birds sa. a lion's head, erased, of the field, betw. two 
trefoils, slij)ped, vert, vithin a borduie engr. ... platec. 
— Crest, two battle-axes, in saltier, ppr. handles or. 

Jiiliiies, az. a lion pass. betw. three crosses paltee fitcIiec 
or, a chi'.f of the last. 

Johns, [Trewince, Cornw.] ar. three cornish choughs su. 
— Crest, two battle-axes, in saltier, ppr. 

Johns, az. a lion ramp, or; on a chief of the last, three 
crosses pattee of the first. — Crest, on a mural coronet, a 
serpent, uowed, vert. 

Joints, az. crusily or, a lion ramp. erm. 

Johns, [Glasgow] — Crest, a crow ppr. Motto, Smiiper sic. 

Johnson, I'art. [New York, America, 27 Nov. 17oo ; since 
of Twickenham, Mitld.] c,u. on a chev. betw. three tleurs- 
de-lis ar. as many esidllops of the field. — Crest, a cubit 
arm, in armour, holdirjg in the hand an arrow in bend 
sinister, ppr. point downwards. Su]>porters, two North 
American Indians ppr. wreathed round the waist with 
leaves vert, crowned v^itl) fleurs-de-lis. Motto, Deo rc- 
(/irjne deheo. 

Johnson, Bart. [I5ath, Somers. 1 Dec. 1018] per pale, 
sa. and az. ; on a saltier ar. betw. three towers or, (iied 
ppr. one in chief anrl two in fesse, and two tilting sp;'ars 
saltierv^■)se, in base, of the second, five corks of the first. 
— Crest, a tower ar. on the battlements a cock ppr. 
Motto, Vicisti ct vivivuis. 

Johnson, [Kdinburgli] ar. a saltier sa. betw. an increscent 
and decrescent in the fl inks, az. and a paim-branch, in 
base, vert; on a chief of the second, tiirec cushions of 
tlie first. — Crest, a winged spur ppr. M'Uto, Nunquam 
non paratiis. ~ (See PL of Ath**) 

Johnson, [Goldiugton, Beds.] az. a chev. or; in chief two 
eagles volant, in base a sun, of the second. 

Johi.wn, [Mitton-Brian, Beds.] ar. on a pile az. three 
ounces' heads, erased, of the first. 

Johnson, [Beds, and London] az. a chev. betw. three ea- 
gles, rising;, or. 

Johnson, [Bcaeousfield, Bucks.] ])erpale, az, and gu. across 
flory or, a chief of the last. — Crest, a cubit arm, habited 
ofi grasping- in the hand ppr. a cross flory of the first. 

Johnson, [Ches.] quarterly, per fesse indented, or and az. 
"I the first quarter an eagle, with wings expanded, sa. — 
Crest, on a ducal coronet or, an eagle as in the arms. 

•fohnson, [dies.] ar. nine pheons, meeting in jioinf, six in 
chief and tiiree in base, sa.— Crest, an arra, in armour, 
holding in the hand, all ppr. an arrow ar. with a pheon's 
head or. 

Johnson, [Killesworth, Durham. Gionfed 20 Mnif, 3.5G!J] 
per pale, sa. and az. a saltier ar. charged with five cojks 
lit the first, betw. three towers flaming, and two spears, 
J<altier»aYs, in base, or. — Crest, adexterarra, cmbowed, 
i» armour, firing a jiistol, all ppr. 



Johnson, [Twyscll, Durham] sa. ou a bend or, betw. two 

turrets ar. three pheons gu. — Crest, a leopard's head sa. 

Iiezantet^ from the mouth and ears llauies of fire ppr. 

(Another crest, a tiger's head, couped, sa. bczantee.) 

Johnson, [Rssex] ar. on a chev. sa. an etoile of sixteen 

points or, betw. three lions' heads, erased, gu. 
Johnson, [Winlonl, Clone, ; and Tunbridge, Kent] ar. a 
fesse lozengy betw, three lions' heads, erased, gu. — Crest, 
out of a ducal coronet or, a nag's head sa. 
Johnson, [Hants.] erm. on a chief az. three bezants. 
Johnson, [Sjiring Grove, Mount Montrath, Ireland] per 
pale, sa. and az. ; on a saltier gu. five cocks ar. betw. 
three towers or, out of the battlements thereof, a cock 
of the same, one in chief, and two in the fianks ; in base, 
two spears, in saltier, of the iiftli. — Crest, a tower or, 
out of the battlements thereof, a cock sa. 
\ Johnson, [Ireland] ar. three pheons az. ; on a chief gu. as 
I many iiiascles of the field. — Crest, a sword and key, io 
I saltier, ppr. 

■.Johnson, [Nethercourt and Margate, Kent] quarterly, per 
I fesse indented, sa. and or, in the chief dexter quarter, a 
I pelican, vidniiig her breast, of the second. 
\ Johnson, [Kent, IGO-i] quarterly, az. and gu. over all, a 
I cross patoiice or, a chief ol' the last. — Crest, an arm, 
erect, habited per pale, az. ar,d or, holding in the hand 
|>pr. a cross patonce of the second. 
t Johnson, [Tyldesley, Lane. ; formerly of Cunih,] ar. a sal- 
I tier sa. ; on a chief gu, two ( Another, thrive) wool-packs, 
or eusliions, or, — Crest, a spur or, the strap gu. betw. 
two wings of the first. (Another crest, a tower enflamed 
: ppr.) 

\ Johnson, [Warrington, Lane. 17-11] or, a lioa pass, re- 
I guard, az.; on a chief, dove-tailed, vert, three acorns, 
I slipped and ieavetl, of the first. 

[Johnson, [Wilhcot, Leic. Gi anted 1727] ar. on a bend 
I c'u. three pheons or, a canton erm.— Crest, a demi grif- 
fin gu. collared erm. holding betw. the claws a pheon or. 
Johnson, [Gainsborough, Line. Granted, by Patent, 7 
ISlay, 1679] ar. on a bend sa. three ermine sjiols of the 
first. — Crest, a leopard pass, guard, sa. plattee anil bc- 
zantee. 
Johnson, [Stamford, Line,] ar. three boars' heads sa. cou- 

[leil gu, 
Johnson, [Thwate, Line; Blackwall, 'Midd. ; and Norf.] 
or, a water-bouget sa. ; on a chief of the second, three 
bezants, — Crest, out of a ducal coronet, per pale, ar. and 
az. two wings expanded, couiiterehanged. 
Johnson, [Tower, London. Granted. June, IGOi] gu. three 
spears' heads ar. a chief erm. — Crest, a spear's head ar. 
betw. two branches of laurel vert, crossing each other 
over the spear's head. 
Johnson, [London, Her. Off'. London, C. 24] ar. a pheon 
az, betw. three niascles gu. — Crest, a tiger's head ermi- 
nois, mailed ar. 
Johnson, [London] erm. on a chev. az. three bezants, a 
mullet for difl', — Crest, out of a ducal coronet, a swan's 
neck or. 
Johnson, [Lonilon] az. a cross betw. four pheo:is or. 
Johnson, [Loiuion] ar. on a chev. sa. betw, three lions' 
heads, erased, gu. bczantee, an etoile of eight points or. 
Johnson, [London] ar. on a pile az. three wolves' heads, 

erased, of the field. 
Johnson, [London and Vorks. 1():34] az. on a chev. ar. 
three pheons gu. in the dexter chief quarter, a sun or.— 



J O H 



J O H 



Crest, a coik ar. combed and wattled or, on the bod\ 
three gutttes de sang. 

Joknsoii, [Limchouse, Alidd.] gu. on a chief, indented, or, 
four hun)an hearts of the first; over all, on a bend of 
the second, three peas, .^lipped, stalked, and leaved, vert, 
the pea pendent. — Cre.sl, a trianfinlar harrow or. 

Johnson, [Great Varniouth, Norf. Viantcd 10 k>rpi. IGUOj 
ar. (esse embattled eounter-enibattled, betw. three lions' 
heads, erased, pu. ducalh crowned or. — Crest, out of a 
ducal coronet or, a leopard's head and neck gu. 

Johnson, [N.anip.] az. on a bend ragujv, betw. two cooks, 

. ar. crested and jelloped or, a snake vert. 

Johnson, [Newcastle upon Tj no] — Crest, a stalk offbeat 
ppr. Motto, Nu?i(j)wm nan paratus. 

Johnson, [N.und).] sa. on a bend, betw. two turrets, ar. 
three j)heons gu. ; on a chief or, a liou pass. betw. two 
lozenges az. 

Johvson, [North LuffLnhani, Notts. ; and South Luffenhani, 
Huts.] ar. a chcv. betw. three lions' heads, erased, gu. 
crowned or. — Crest, a lion's head, erased, gu. ducally 
crowned or, betw. two ostrich's feathers ar. (Another 
crest, out of a ducal coronet ar. a leopards head or.) 

Johnson, [North Bufienhain, Uuts.] ar. a chev. sa. betw. 
three lions' heads, couped, gu. crowned or. 

Johnson. The same arms. — Crest, a lion's head gu. crown- 
ed or, betw. two ostiieh's feathers ar. 

Johnson, [Stalls, and Sufl'.] per bend, ar. and sa. three 
trefoils slipped and counterchatiged. — Crest, on amount 
vert, an ibex, sejant, erra. ducally gorged, crined, and 
tufted or, attired ar. 

Johnson, ar. on a saltier sa. five bezants; on a chief gu. 
an eastern crown betw. two wool-packs, or. — Crest, a 
spur betw. two vvin^s; betw. the spur an efoile, all ppr. 

Johnson, az. on a bend embattled, ar. a snake vert, bet«. 
two cocks of the second, crested and jelloped or. — Crest, 
on a mount vert, a talbot, couchant, ar. collared and 
chained or. 

Johnson, crm. on a chev. az. three bezanU. — Crest, out of 
a mural coionct gu. a cubit arm, erect, vested or, turned 
lip ar. holding in the hand pjir. a scimitar of the third, 
hilt of the second. 

Johnson, ar. a saltier sa.- — Crest, a sword and dagger, in 
saltier, blades ar. hilts and pomels or. 

Johnson, ar. a lion pass. gu. ; on a chief .., three oak- 
sprigs, bearing acorns, ppr. — Crest, a.^^olf pass, holding 
in the mouth a sprig of woodbine in full blossom, all 
ppr. 

Johnson, ))er pale, or and az. a fessc counterehanged. — 
Crest, a mermaid holding in her dexter hand a sceptre, 
and in her sinister, a mirror, all ppr. 

Johnson, sa. on a bend ar. betw. two pair of men-hackles 
of the second, three pheons gu. ; on a chief or, a demi 
lion ramj). issuant, az. betw. two lozenges of the same. 
— Crest, a lion's head, guard, erased, per pale, gu. and 
sa. bezantce and collared or. 

Johnson, or, a water-bouget sa. — Crest, out of a ducal 
crown, per pale, ar. and az. a pair of wings per pale, 
counterehanged. 

JohnsMi, sa. on a fesse or, betw. a nag's head and two 
bugle-horns in chief, and another in base, ar. garnished 
of the second, a demi lion ramp. betw. two jiheous, az. 

Johnson, az. a wool-pack ar. 

Johnson, ar. on a cross raguly, betw. four pheons, gu. five 
bezants. 



Johnson, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three lions pass. sa. 

Johnsmi, per pale, az. and gu. ; on a chev. ar. betw. thrr- 
fleurs-de-lis or, as many escallops of the second. 

Johnson, j)er bend, ar. and sa. three cinqucfoils, pierced, 
all counterehanged. 

Johnson, gu. three greyhounds, cuiicnt, in pale, ar. collar- 
ed or. 

Johnson, gu. on a chief, indented, or, four body-hearts of 
the field ; over all, a bend vert. 

Johnson, j>er pale, az. and gu. ; on a thev. betw. three 
tieurs-de-lis or, as many escallops of the second. 

Johnson, a/,, on a saltier ar. five trefoils, slijjped, vert. 

JoliHson, or, three fusils, in fesse, sa. 

Johnson, az. a fesse engr. erm. beu\. three escallops or. 

Johnson, parted per pale and per bend, or and ar. counter- 
changed. 

JoHNSONN, ar. on a chev. sa. betw. three linns" heads, 
erased, gu. bezantee, an etoile or. — Crest, a greyhounu's 
head, couped, \ert, collared or. 

JoiiNbTOK, 0) Johnstone, [Ireland] or, a saltier and 
chief gu. ; on the last, three tnsliions of the field. — Crest, 
a dexter aim, in armour, eniliov>ed, hand apaunue, ppr. 

Johnston, [Anstruther, Scotland] ar. a saltier sa. v. illun a 
boroure wavy vert, charged with three bezants; on a 
chief gn. as many cushions or. — Crest, a wiiiini spur 
or. Mollo, AssiiJnitale. 

Johnston, [Benliolm, Scotland] ar. a saltier gu. ; on a chief 
of the last, three cusliioiis or, within a bordure ... 

Johnston, [Blackwood, Scotland] ar. a saltier sa. ; on a 
chief of the last, three cushions or. 

Jolniston, [Caskieben, Scotlaijd] quarterly, first and fourth, 
ar. a saltier sa. and on a chief gu. three cushions or, for 
Johnston; second and third, az. on a bend, betw. three 
harl.s' heads, erased, ar. attired or, as many cross cross- 
lets fitchee of the second, for Mar and G-aricck, of Cas- 
kieben, composed together in one coat. — Crest a phoeni.\ 
in flame,'., ppr. Motto, Vive ut postco vivos. 

Johnston, [Clathrie, Scotland] ar. a saltier, inveckrd, sa. 
betw. two pellets, in fesse; on a chief gu. three cushions 
or. — Crest, a star issuing out of clouds, ppr. Motto, 
Appropinqvat Dies. 

Johnston, [Gormach, Scotland] ar. a saltier and chief ne- 
bulee sa. the last charged \\\i\i three cushioiis of the 
first. — Crest, a spur-rowel within two branches of palm, 
in orle, jipr. Motto, Securior ijxio paratior. 

Johnston, [Marcpiess of Annandale] ar. a saltier sa.; on a 
chief gu. three cushions or. — Crest, a spur, with wings, 
-or, leather gu. Motto, Nnvqiwni non paratus. 

Johnston, [Gratney, Scotland] The siinie arms, with two 
mullets, one in chief, and the other in base. — Crest, a 
man, armed caj> a pie, on horseback, braunishins- a 
sword. Motto, Nnnrjuayn non pnratns; but afterwards, 
as matriculate in the Lion Register, ar. a saltier sa. ; on 
a chief gu. three cushions or. — Crest, as above. Motto, 
Cave paratus. 

Johnston, [Hiltoun, Scotland] ar. a saltier engr. sa. ; on a 
chief gu. three cushions or. — Crest, a sword and dagcer, 
sallierways, with the points upward, all j)pr. Motto, 
Paratus ad arma. 

Johnston, [I'oltoun, Scotland] ar. a saltier sa.; on a chief 
wavy of the last, three cushions or. — Crest, a spur ppr. 
betw. two wings ar. Motto, Sic paratior. 

Johnston, [Westraw, Scothmdj ar. a saltier sa. ; on a chief 
gu. three cushions or, in base a man's heart ensigned 



J O L 



JON 



with nn imperial crown, ppr. — Crest and motto as of 

Annaiiclale. 
J, iiiixtoii, [Wonlniilris, Scotland] ar. a saltier sa. bctw. 

i«i) escallops in t'esse : on a chief of tlic sceoiul, three 

ciisliions of the tirst. — Crest, a hand p])r. holding an 

escallop cn. Motto, Sine fiutidr fides. 
JohnsltiH, [W orvistou] ar. a saltier engr. sa. ; on a chief 

Cii. three cnshions or. 
Jiilinslon, ar. a saltier sa. ; on n chief gii. three cushions 

of the liehl, each charged \vith a jullet. — Crest, a grif- 

(iii's hiad, erased, gn. 
JoiiNSTONE-V AN den-Bemfde, Bart. [Hackness Hall, 

Vnrks. G Jiili/, 179-5.] quarterly ; first and fourth, ar. a 

saltier sa. in hase a human heart ensirrned with a regal 

crovn or, on a thief gii. three woolpaeks gold ; second 

and third, per fesse, the chief or, the last, per pale, gu. 

and vert, a (lend ea^le, with two heads displ. issninii in 

chief sa. the dexter hase chursefl with a tower, the siids- 

ter hase with five towers, in saltier, of the first, the sate 

and portcullis of each, p|)r. — Crest, a winged sjnir, erect, 

or, straps "iii. hnckle ar. 
Johnstone, [Twickenham, Midd.] ar. a saltier sa. ; on a 

chief gu. three cnshions of the first. (Another, the 

cushions or.) 
Juh)isf(mc, [Corehead and Lochhonse, .'Scotland] ar. on a 

saltier, invecked, eu. a spur or ; on a chief engr. of the 

bccoikI, three cushions of the third. — Crest, a spur or. 

Motto, Ad arihu purains. 
Jolnistnne, [New by, Scollanrl] ar. a saltier wavy sa.; on a 

chief gu. tliiee cushioiis, lozcngeways, or. 
Juhnstone, [Slratton, Scotland] ar. a saltier sa. within a 

bordure . . ; on a chief gu. three cnshions or.- — Crest, an 

arm, in armour, holding in the glo\c a sword erect, all 

ppr. Motto, ficviper paratus. 
Johnstone. Sec Johuslon. 
JoiiNSTOUN, ar. a saltier and chief sa. on the last three 

cushions of the first. 
JoicE. See Joyce. 
JoiSE, or JoiCE, sa. three crescents or. 
Jokes, [London] ai. on a fesse engr. sa. three escallops 

or. 
JoLcs. The same arms. — Crest, ou a ducal coronet or, a 

cockatrice displ. gu. 
Jor.Es, [Lord Mayor of London, 101.5] ar. (Another, or) 

a cinquefoil gu. bctw, three phcons sa. 
JOLEY, gu. a fesse erm. 
JoLLEs, or JoYl.ES, [London] or, a cinquefoil gu. betw. 

three pheons sa. — Crest, out of a mural coronet, a nag's 

head or. 
Joi.i.EY, or JoLLYE, [Lane] ar. on a pile vert, three 

dcNter hands, couped, of the ficld.^ — Crest, a cuhit arm, 

habited vert, charged with a ]ii)e ar. holding in the hand 

ppr. a sword of the second, hilt and pomel or. 
'follcij. See Jollij. 
JoLl.tE, ar. three gillyflowers ppr. — Crest, a hand holding 

a scimitar p))r. 
Joi.i.iFF, [Cofton Racket] ar. on a pile vert, three deNter 

hands of the field. — Crest, an arm holdinii a dauner. 
JOLLlFrE, Bart. [Merstham, Suncy, 20 Avff. Itcil] ar. 

on a pile az. three dextei gauntlets or. — Crest, an arm, 

erect, couped, and in armour, holding a broad sword, all 

PI>r. Motto, Taut que je puis. 
''"ll'Jf'e, [London; and Botiiam and Carswall-Castle, .^itans.] 

or. on a pile az. three dexter gauntlets of the tiehl. 



Jolliffe, [.''immcrdoun, Soniers.] ar. on a pile issuing from 
the chief, veit, three de\ler hand.-;, couped at the wrist, 
erect and apauniie, of the field. — Crest, a cubit arm, 
in armour, holdma: in the gauntlet a scimitar, all ppr. 

JoUiJj'f, ar. on a pile sa. tliice dexter hands of the first. 

JoLI.Y, or JoLI.KY, [llatton Garden, London. Granted 
l(J!J-2] az. a lion pass, miard. or, in chief three sitnster 
hands ar. — Crt si, a demi eagle dis|)l. or, holding in the 
beak a sliii-tiT hand ar. 
\ Jolty, [London] ar. tlirtc slaas, lodged, £;"■ two and one. 
\ Jolly, [Scotland] ar. an aik in the water ppr. surmounted 
by a do\e ax. statuling thereon, and holding in the beak 
ail olive-branch \erl, all betw. three gilly (lowers cu. 
stalked and Icavid of the fourth. — Crest, a dove holding 
an olive-branch. Motto, /.atari. 

Jolly, ar. a mullet ami two pheons sa. 

Jolly, ar. a imdlet gn. betw. three pheons sa. 

Joi.LVE, [Leek, Stall's. Confirmed '11 Auy.WlA:] The 
same aims and crest as JoLI.F.Y, Lane. 

JoLl.viFE, sa. an eagle, with two heads, displ. ar. ; on a 
chief gn. a lion ]>ass. or. — Crest, an eagle's head, erased, 
sa. beakeil or. 

JoLY, ar. a mullet gu. betw. two mullets in chief, and a 
pheon in base, sa. 

JoLYS, ar. three jdieons sa. n mullet gu. for dift". 

Jonas, az. from a cloud, extending along the chief, ar. 
the rays of the sun illumiued or. — Crest, on a tower 
))pr. a crescent or. 

Jones, Viscount U.WELAGH of Ilanclach, Wicklow; 
and Baron Jones of Navan. [('nations, ^ isc. and Via.- 
Toa, -IH Any. l(y-2ii; and created Earl of I'.anelach, 17 
June, 1G74 ; but thing without male issue in 1711, the 
earldom expired, an<l the viscounty and barony remained 
dormant for nearly half a century, until ( laiined bv, and 
allowed to, the deceased Lord's Cousin, 17ol'] az. on a 
cioss, betw. four phcons or, five mullets gu. — Crest, a 
dexter arm, cinbowed, in armour, holding an arrow, all 
jipr. Supporters, two griflins, per fesse, vert and ar. 
INlotto, Calitiis 7nihi vires. 

JoNE.s, Bart. [Boultibrook, lleref 9 Oct. 1807] ar. a 
chev. betw. three crows sa. in chief a star of the older 
of the crescent. — Crest, a crow sa. holding in the dex- 
ter claw the star of the onler of the crescent. Motto, 
Dcus paseit corvos. 

Jones, Bart. [Stanley Hall, Salop; Thomas Tyrwhitt, Esq. 
in com))liance with the testimonial injunction of his Cou- 
sin, assumetl, by roval permission, iu 1700, the name 
and amis oi Jones only, and was created a Bart. 3 Oct. 
IbOB] ar. a lion ramp, vert, vulneil in the mouth pur.— 
Crest, the sun in si)lendonr, each'ray itiHamed or. Mot- 
to, I£sto sol testis. 

Jokes, Michael, Esq. [3t, Duke Street, Manchester 
Square, London] quarterly ; first, erm. a chev. couped, 
sa. for Junes; second, sa. on a bend or, three pheons 
gu. betw. two turrets ar. for Johnson, of Twizel, Dur- 
ham ; third, quarterly, or and gu. on a bend sa. three 
cscallojis ar. for J^iire : fourth, az. a bend or, for Srrope, 
of Bolton. — Crest, out ot a ducal coKinct, a plume of 

• five ostrich's feathers. Motto, I'inee innlnm bono. 

(Sec PI. of Arms.) 

Jones, [Littlingtoii, Beds.] az. a cross betw. ("our jdieons 
or. — Crest, on a chapeau az. turned up or, an armed 
arm, embowed, tasselled t;u. holding in the hand ppr. a 
spear, sheaf of the fourth, armed of thi^ .second. 

[7D] 



JON 



JON 



Jonrs, [Buckliiiiil, Brotkiiotksliire] vert, a chev. bctw. tlirec 

wolves' heads or. 
Jones, [Suiiiiiiia;wtll, near Abiiii;don, Berks. ; Castlcton, 

0.\on, aiitl Wore] gu. a lion ramp, within a boniure in- 

flonttil, or. — Crest, a dcini lion ramp, or, holiiing betw. 

the paws a mullet an. 
Jones, [IJerks. ; London; atiil .Salop. Granted Nov. IGIO] 

az. a lion pass. betw. three crosses fornieo iitchee or, a 

chief of the last. 
Jones, [Berks.] The same arms. — Crest, a liou rani]), or, 

graspinp; an anchor, in pule, sa. 
Jones, [Tredustan, IJrecknoekshire] ar. a statr, trippant, 

with wings attached to tlie buttoeks and hind legs, ppr. 

betw. the attires a rose or. 
Jones, [Brecknockshire] sa. a fesso embattled, erm. betw. 

tliroe boars' heads, couped, or. — Crest, a boar's bead, 

erect and erasetl, or. 
Jones, rCaerniarthenshire] ar. lliree bulls' heads, cabossed, 

sa. 
Joites, [Arbemarles, Caernarvonshire] ar. on a cross ragu- 

led az. tive bezants betw. four pheons gu. 
Jones. The same arms. — Crest, a bird's head sa. holding 

in the beak a branch, reversed, vert. 
Jo7ies, [Castle-iMareh] ar. a chev. az. betw. three nags' 

heads, erased, sa. 
Jones, [Penrose, Cornw. ; anil Wilts.] cheqny, or and sa. ; 

on a fesse gu. three leopards' heads jess;int-de-lis, of the 

first. — Crest, a dragon's head, erased, vert. 
Jo7tes, [Denbigh] ar. a lion ramp, vert, vulned on the 

shoulder gu. — Crest, the sun ppr. at the end of each 

ray a flame of fire of the first. 
Jones, [Lanvayre, Denbighshire] gu. a cross crossed, 

mounted upon three grieces or. 
Jones, or JohHCs, [Grotlikenrm, Denbighshire] per bend 

sinister, erm. and ermines, a lion rani]i. vvitliin a bordure 

engr. or. — Crest, a lion's head, erased, per pale, ar. and 

sa. 
Jones, [Gorthkenan, Llansaire, Denbighshire] The same 

arms. 
Jones, [Archdeacon of Hereford, ob. 1823] per bend sinis- 
ter, erm. and ermines, a lion ramp, or, within a bordure 

engr. per bend sinister, ar. and sa. — Crest, a lion ramp. 

or. 
Jcfnes, [Hcref. ; and Rowe, Midd.] or, on a mount vert, a 

lion ramp, az.^ — Ciest, a tiger's head, erased, or. 
Jones, [Dublin, Ireland] gu. three lions ramp, guard, or ; 

on a canton of the second, a fret of the first.^Crest, a 

lalbot's head, couped, ar. collared and chained gu. 
Jones, [Ireland] per pale, or and gn. two lions pass, in 

fcsse, a chief engr. all conntcrchanged. — Crest, a grey- 
hound's head, erased, or, holding in the mouth a stag's 

foot, erased, gu. 
Jones, [Caton, Lane.] .See Johncs. 
Jones, [Waleringbury-Place, Kent] gu. three lions ramp. 

or; on a chief of the second, a fret of the first. — Crest, 

a talbot's head, couped, ar. chained round the neck or. 
Jones, [Barrow and Filmingham, Line] or, a chev. engr. 
betw. three chiuighs sa. — Crest, a cubit arm, erect, 
vested purp. cuff ar. holdin? in the hand ppr. a branch 
of marigokis of the third, stalked and leaved vert. 
Jones, [Lord Mayor of Loudon, 1G20] az. a lion pass, 
guard, betw. three cross crosslets fitchee or, a chief of 
the last. 
Jones, [London. Granted Sept. 1C04] az. ou a cross or. 



betw. four pheons of the second, five etoiles su. — Crest, 
an arm, in pale, vested or, thereon three etoiles, iu pale, 
gu. in (he hand ppr. a plieoii, erect, ar. 

Jones, [Marshall vj the Kiuy's livnch, London] erm. 0T» 
a bend az. a rose betw. two annulets or, in chief a sword 
in ))alc, ppr. hilt and poniel gold, crossed by another, 
the hilt towards the de\ter side of the escutcheon. — 
Crest, a demi lion ramp. ppr. 

Junes, [London. JJrr. Ojf. London, c. 24] per pale, az. 
and gu. three lions ramp. ar. a mullet for ditl". — Crest, a 
buck's head, erased, sa. attired or, holding betw. the 
fioriis a Imsle-horn of the first. 

Jones, [the Temple, London] sa. a fesse ar. betw. two 
daggers, one in chief, erect, and one in'base, pendent, of 
the second, hilts and poniels or. — Crest, a gauntlet, 
barways, or, holding a sword eie< t, ar. hilt of the first, 
pierced through a boar's head, erased, vert. 

./o/jp.':, [Bloomsbury Square, L<mdon] or, a lion ramp. az. 
charged on the shoulder witti a bezant; in chief, two 
martlets sn. 

Jones, [Merionethshire] or, a lion ramp, within a bordure 
az. — Crest, a lion ram]), az. holding a shield or, within a 
carved bordure. (Another, the shield az.) 

Jones, [Chiswick, Midd.] az. three nags' heads, erased, 
ar. a canton of the last. 

Jones, [Ratcliffe, Mi<ld.] ar. a chev. sa. betw. three crows 
ppr. within a bordure of the second, charged with eight 
bezants. 

Jones, [Monmouthshire] ar. on a chev. betw. three birds 
sa. a lion's head, erased, betw. two trefoils, slipped, or, 
within a bordure of the second, platee.. 

Jones, [Monmouthshire] sa. a stag, standing at gaze, ar. 
attired and nnguled or. — Crest, ou a chajieau gii. turned 
up erm. a stas; ar. attired vert. 

Jo)tcs, [Waljtole and Maishland, Norf.] or, a chev. cngT. 
betw. three cornish chonE,hs sa. all within a bordure az. 
bezantee. — Crest, a battle-axe and sjjear, ia saltier, 
handles gu. heads ar. mounted or. 

Jones, [Fakenham, Norf] gu. a lion, couchant, ar. a can- 
ton or. — Crest, a lion, couchant, sa. 

Jones, [Esthall, Oxon] sa. a buck pass. ar. attired or. — • 
Crest, a buck pass. ar. 

Jones, [Chillon and Shrewsbury, Salop. Granted IGJune, 
1G07] ar. a lion ramp, vert, vnlned iu the breast gu. — 
Crest, a sun in sjilendour or. 

Jones, [Salop; and Lord Mayor of London] ar. a lion 
pass. betw. three crosses ])attce fitchee gu. a chief az. 

Jones, [Wales] sa. a chev. betw. three S])ears' heads ar. — 
Crest, a cubit arm, erect, in armour, ])i)r. liolding in the 
gauntlet a spear of the first, headed ar. cmbrued gu. 

Jones, [Wales, Bishop of St. Asaph, 1097] sa. three 

horses' heads, erased, ar. 
Jones, [Revell, Wilts.] ar. a liou ])ass. sa. langued cu. 
armeil or; on a chief of the second, a ducal coronet of 
the last. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a demi liou 
ramp. sa. langued gu. armed of the first. 
Jones, [Wilts.] ar. a lion pass. sa. ; on a chief of the se- 
cond, a marquess's coronet or. — Crest, out of a ducal 
coronet or, a demi lion sa. 
Jones, sa. a stag, statant, ar. attired or, within a bordure 
quarterly, erm. and erniinois. — CresI, a stag, tri|>i>aut, 
ar. attired anil collared or, fiom the collar an escutcheon 
pendent, sa. thereon a martlet of the second. 
Junes, sa. a goat's head, erased, ar. 



J O R 

Junes, gu. a chev. az. betw. three nags' heads, erased, ar. 

— Crest, a nag's head, as in the aims. 
/.■«•'», (iiiarlerly, sa. and gu. a cross ar. ; in the first and 
loiiilli quarters, three laiice-rests or ; in the second and 
thinl, as many cockatrices of the last. 

Jimcs, az. a mnllet ar. in chief two eagles displ. of tlie se- 
cond. 

J.vici, nr. on a cross raguled, betw. four pheons gu. five 
bezants. 

Jones, ar. a chev. couped, pnrp. 

JoNETSON, ... a bend betw. two tlcurs-de-lis. 

JoNIco, or, on a chief sa. three crescents of tlie first. 

Joos, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three leaves of the second. 

Jitos. See Joce. 

JoPE, [Merilicl'1, Cornw.] ar. in (hitf two plieons, and in 
base a mullet, sa. — Crest, an antelope, sejant, erin. sup- 
porting with the dexter foot a sbielil, per pale, or and 
ar. 

JoPLlNG, or JoPPLIXG, ar. a decrescent gu. betw. three 
nmliets az.— Crest, a dexter hand jipr. holding up an 
escallop or. 

JOPP, [\\ inkton-House, Hants.] gu. a garb . . ; on a chief 
ar. a ship in full sail, ppr. — Crest, on a garb, lying fesse- 
ways, a cock crowing, all ppr. 

Jopp, [Scotland] The same arms. — Crest, on a garb, iti 
fesse, or, a cock, crowing, ar. Motto, Sic donee. 

JOPPLING. SeeJoPLlNG. 

JoRCEY, or JoilGE, ar. a fesse betw. three lions ramp, 
sa. — Crest, a hand ppr. holding a swan's head and neck, 
erased, ar. beaked gu. 

Jorcey, per pale, gn. and az. three eagles displ. ar. 

Jorcey, or Jorcie, ar. on a bend az. three uater-bougets 
or. 

JORCY, ])er pale, az. and gu. an eagle displ. ar. armed or. 

JORDAINE, [Windsor Forest, Berks. Temp. Edw. II.] 
sa. three mullets of six points, pierced, ar. within a bor- 
dure erm. 

Jordan, [Dors.] az. seaiee de cross cvosslets, a lion ran.p. 
or. 

Jordan, [Ireland] The same arms as of Wilts. — Crest, an 
arm, embowed, holdina; a dagger, p])r. 

Jordan, [Leic] quarterly ; first, ar. lliiee mullets gu. ; 
second, sa. a chev. or, betw. three aarhs ar. 

Jordan, [Somers. ; Chiltern and Whitley, Wdts. 1604] az. 
a lion ramp. betw. eij;ht cross crosslets Jitchee or ; a ddt f 
of the second. (Another, the lion changed with a cres- 
cent gu.) — Crest, a mound or, over it a scroll with this 
motto, Percussa restngo. (Another crest, a foot-ball 
ppr.) 

Jyirdan, [Gatwick and Charhvood, Surrey] Three coats 
and crests. First, Temp. Edw. I. viz.- — az. semee of 
cross crosskts, a lion ranip. or. — Crest, a lion, sejant, 
"I", sustaining a cross crosslet fitchee of the same. The 
uhic/i crest, r/rorited 1(329. Second, sa. an eagle betw. 
two heudlets ar. ; on a chief or, three almond-leaves vert. 
— Crest, an alm.ind-tree, with fruit or. Third, sa. an 
ta'ile displ. in bend, betw. two cottiscs ar. a chief or. — • 
Crest, a demi lion or, issiiant, restiiia: on the sini>ter foot, 
and holding in the dexter, an eagle's head, erased, sa. 
^u/e. — This altfration in the arms and crest liy graut, 2 Jinic, 
1G3I. Sec Viiiccnl'ii Surrey College of Arms. 

•Jordan, [Wilts.] per pale, az. and or, a chev. betw. three 
ozenges, all counterchanged ; on a chief gu. three mart- 
lets of the second. 



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Jordan, nr. a cross putonce betw. four martlets gu. — Crest, 

a nmrtlet, uitii wings <lispl. gu. 
Jordan, per pvdc, or and az. a chev. betw. three lozenges 

counteich.inged ; on a chief gu. three martlets of the 

second. 
Jordan, az. nine lozenges, three, three, and three, ... 
Jordan, ar. three mullets gu. 
.'ORDAYNK, [London] nr. on a fesse, betw. three towers, 

triple-towered, gu. a lion pass, guard, or. — Crest, on a 

cha|)eau gu. turned up erui. a hawk or, inside of the 

wings of the second. 
Jordayne, [Somers.] sa. an eagle displ. in bend, betw. two 

cottiscs, ar. ; on a chief or, three oak-leaves vert. 
Jordayne, sa. an eagle in bcud, Itetw. two cottiscs, ar. ; on 

a chief of the second, three escallops vert. 
JoRDUN, [Wclynion, Salop] ar. a chev. betw. three grey- 

hour.ds, cuirent, gu. 
Jordtn. The same arms. — Crest, a demi talbot gu. 
JORDi.v, o>- Jor.nAN, sa. an eagle displ. betw. two bend- 
lets, ar. ; on a chief or, three oak-leaves vert. 
JoiiuoN, az. a lion ramp. betw. three cross crosslets or. — 

Crest, out of a mural coronet, a baud ppr. vested az. 

brandishing a s«ord, waved, of the tirst. 
Jorge. See Jokcey. 
JoRNEY, ar. tiiiee gillyflowers, slipped, ppr. 

JOSCELINE. SeeJoSLIN. 

JOSEI.INE, on(^ JOSSELIN. See JOSSELYNE. 

JosEl'-H, per chev. az. and vert, in chief three garbs, in 

base two, cheveronways, or. See Grafton, in the Her- 
ald's Offite. — Crest, a garb or. 
Joskin, gu. three cscarbuncles of eight staves, or. 
Joskin, or Joskyn, gu. three sheaves of arrows, points up- 
ward, ar.-— Crest, an antelope's head ar. collared gu. 

armed sa. 
Joskyn, gu. three bird-bolts ar. banded az. one in pale, 

and two in saltier. 
JosLiN, or JoscELiNE, [Mount Trcgamenlan, Cornw.] az. 

three escallops or. 
JosNA, per bend sinister, or and gu. a bat displ. sa. 
JossELY.N, gn. three escarbiincles ar. 
JossELYNE, [Essex] chequy, gu. and az. ; ou a fesse of 

the first, an annulet or. 
Josselyue, Joseline, or Josselin. The same arms. — Crest, 

a bear's head and neck sa. muzzled or. 
JossEY, [Westpaiis, Scolland] ar. a fesse betw. two stars, 

in chiaf, az. anti a hunting horn, in base, sa. garnished 

gu. — Crest, an eye ppr. JNIollo, Je i-oy. 
Jossey, [Edinhnrgh] ar. a fesse wavy betw. two stars &c. 

as the last. — Crest, as the last. Motto, Manuque. 
Jossey. See Jovsey. 

JosuE, per bend sinister, or and cu-'a bat displ. sa. 
JouLBY, [Treyes, Cornw.] ai'. a mullet betw. three broad 

arrows .., in chief another mnllet of the same. 
Joule, ar. a fesse betw. three martlets sa. — Crest, out of 

a ducal coronet or, a stag's head aflrontee, ppr. 
JoUKDAN, gu. three mural coronets ar. masoned sa. — 

Crest, two anchors, in saltier, ppr. 
JoiSEY', or JossEY, [Scotland] ar. a chev. betw. two ro^es 

in chief, and a hunting horn in base, sa. 
Jove, ar. on a chev. per i>ale, vert and gn. three escaUops 

of the first. 
Jove, ar. three lions ramp. sa. 
JowELES, [Kent and Surrey] ar. a tower, triple-towered, 

gu. betw. three pheons sa. — Crest, a lower gu. sux- 



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niountcfl with cij;li( broad arrows falling at the top, four 

and four, frctty in bend dexter and sinister, ar. 
JowERS, [Ipswieh, SiitV.j az. a sun or, bctw. three bezants. 
JowETT, or JowiTT, iiz. a tlirce-inastcd Kaiiey, sails 

furled, or, tlai^s gu. — Crest, a denii jiegasus, reguard. 

vinfs endorsed, ar. holding a flag gu. 
Jouclt, or, a ( hev. gu. betw. three lions' heads, erased, sa. 
JOWLES, [AllilKini^ Surrey. Gianlid 1G'20, Her. Off'. 

London, m. 2] The same arms and cnst as JowEl.is. 
JowsiE, [Scotland j ar. a chcv. az. betw. two roses, in 

chief, gu. and a hunting horn, in base, sa. stringed of 

the third. 
Joy, [Ireland] az. a chcv. gu. betw. three fleurs-de-lis, in 

chief, ar. and a denii lion ramp, in base, of the last. — 

Crest, a hand holiliii"; an arrow, point downwards. 
Joij, [London] or, a chev. vert, guttce ar. bctw. three vine- 
leaves of the second. — Crest, a falcon standing on a 

cinqnefoil, bctw. t\\o vine-branches, all ppr. 
Joy, [Haitham Park, Wilts.] The same arms and crest as 

Joi/e, Benefield, N.anip. 
Joi/, vert, a lion ramp. ar. surmounted by a fesse gu. — 

Crest, a denii lion ramp. Motto, Pro patria cjiisque 

libertatc. 
Joyce, Joice, or Jov.s, ar. three torleauxes in bend, 

bctw . two bends, gu. — Crest, a demi chevalier, in armour, 

brandishing a scimitar, all pjjr. 
Joyce, gu. a chev. betw. three ]iine-leaves, slipped, ar. 
JOY'E, [Benefield, N.anip. Granted 1738] or, on a chcv. 

betw. three vine-leaves vert, five guttees d' cau. — Crest, 

a trunk of a vine with tvvo branches, thereon a dove 

standing, all ppr. 
Joyc, [West Kington, Wilts.] ar. a lion ranip. gu. — Cn st, 

a lion ramp. ar. supporting a ragged stafi or. 
Joyc, or Joycr, jier ]iale, az. and gu. an eagle displ. ar. 

inenibered or. 
JOYLES. See JOI.LES. 
JOYLIFF, [Estover, Dors. Granted 28 March, 1GG4] ar. 

a fesse embattled betw. three j)heoas sa. 
JOYNER, [London and Suss. Grunted 1591] az. on a 

bend ar. an eagle displ. sa. — Crest, a dexter arm, em- 
bowed, in armour, holding in the gauntlet a battle-axe, 

handle or, headed ar. 
Joyncr, [Norroy Kinij of Arms. Temp. Henry VIII. '\ ar. 

on a cross az. four lleurs-de-lis of the first, within a bor- 

dure of the second. 
Joyncr, az. a cross flurtee betw. four fleurs-de-lis or. 
Joyncr, ar. on a cross az. five fleurs-de-lis of the first, 

witliin a bordure cngr. of the second. 
Joyncr, or, on a cross eugr. within a bordure az. five 

fleurs-de-lis ar. ( Another adds, a label of five points gu.") 
Joyncr, ar. a pale az. 
Joyncr, vert, a pile ar. issuing out of the dexter quarter; 

on a chief or, a rose gu. seeded of the third, barbed of 

the first. 
Joyncr, per chev. vert and erm. ; in chief a pelican or, 

vulning her breast ppr. 
Joyncr, or Joyre, sa, three crescents or. 
JoYNES, or Geynes, gu. a chief vair. 
JoYNOUR, — Crest, two battle-axes in saltier. 
JoYKE, or, a lion ramp. az. oppressed with a bend gu. 
Joyre. Sec Joyncr. 
Joys. See Joyce. 
JuATT, ar. on a crots gu. five fleurs-de-lis of the first. — 

Crest^' an armed arm ppr. holding a fleur-de-lis or. 



Jl KA, ar. three phcons az. ; on a chief sa. as many mart- 
lets or. — Crest, an antelope, S'Jant, ar. tulted, nianed, 

and armed or, resting his dexter tool on an escutcheon, 

]>er pule, of the second and first. 
Junns, ar. on a chcv. engr. betw. three bears pass. sa. a 

mullet of tlie field. 
JuHELl., or Lnbell, sa. a bend ar. betw. three trefoils of 

the second. 
JucnEN, or Van Jichen, vert, in water, iu base, ppr. a 

swan, with wings endorsed, naiant, ar. — Crest, tvvo wings 

expanded, ppr. 
JuDl), [Loudon, and Tunbridge, Kent; Lord Mayor of 

London, 15.^0] gu. a fesse raguly betw. three boars' 

heads, cnnped, ar. 
.fudd. See Jndc. 
JcDE, [Beds.] or, a chev. vert. 
Judc, [Hants.] gu. a fesse engr. sa. betw. three boars' 

heads, eouped, ar. having apples iu their mouths, eyed 

and tusked of the field. 
Judc, [London, 1502] ar. on a chev. betw. three fleurs-de- 
lis gu. as many mullets of the first. 
Jitde, and Jiidd. The same .Trms. — Crest, a ferret pass. 

ppr. collared and lined or. 
Judge, or, a chcv. vert. 
JUDGSON. See JUDSON. 
Judith, az. a chieftains head, eouped, ar. betw. two 

swords, transposed barways, or. 
JuDKiN, [ileyford, N.anip.] ar. two bars gu. in chief three 

mullets of the second. 
Juclkin, quarterly ; first and fourth, erm. a saltier gu. ; 

second and third, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three boars' 

heads eouped. — Crest, a chevalier on horseback, at full 

speed, swoid in hand. 
Juus, gu. a bend or, betw. six lozenges ... 
JuDSON, or JuDCSON, [Scotland] per saltier, az. and 

erm. four lozenges, counterchanged. — Crest, out of a 

ducal coronet, two dexter arms, in saltier, vested ppr. 

holding tvvo scimitars, in pale. 
Judson, or, a chev. purp. betw. three dragons' heads, era- 
sed, vert. 
Jl'E, sa. a fesse bctw. three goats pass. ar. armed or. 
Juc, jier chev. sa. and ar. three elephants' heads, erased, 

counterchanged, crowned, or. 
JUELD, [Salop] az. three eagles' heads, erased, ar. 
JuERS, ar. on a bend az. three fleurs-de-lis of the field. 
JuES, or Jewks, ar. a chev. sa. betw. three Blackamoors'^ 

heads, eouped, ppr. 
Jucs, ar. on a bend, cottised,^ az. three mullets or. 
Juet, ar. on a cross gu. five fleurs-de-lis of the field. 
Jl'FENELL, az. on a fesse, betw. three ostrich's feathers 

ar. as many martlets sa. 
JlGE, [Lcic] or, on a chev. vert, three leopards' heads of 

the first. — Crest, two battle-axes, in saltier, handles gu. 

headed pjir. enfiled with a ducal coronet or. 
JuGG, [London] per pale, gu. ami vert, an escarbunele of 

eight rays, fiory, or, within an orle of cinquefoils ar. 
Jnyrj, ar, three roses gu. seeded or. — Crest, an oak-leaf 

vert. 
JUGGELL, sa. a bend ar. betw. six martlets or. 
JuGLEK, [Riegate, Surrey] or, tvvo bars az. ; on a cantou 

ar. five billets sa. 
Jugler. The same arms. — Crest, two swords, in saltier, 

ppr. surmounted by a cross crossk't sa. 
Jt'is, or JUES, ar. a chev. sa. 



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Jill vN, 0!' JuLiON, ar. across crosslet, in saltier, sa. — 

Crest, on a cba|)cau, a salanjaiider in flames ppr. 
JLLIF.N, az. a lion ramp. ar. viokliiic: a s\\oril of the last. 

. Crest, a liou"s j>a\v, eiastil, holding the hilt of a bro- 
ken sword, ppr. 
juLioN. ^ee Julian. 

Ji'LIUS-CiESAR, or, an eagle dis]>!. nith two heads sa. 
Jt.MPKR, iif- two bars ijcuielles sa. bctw. three inuUels gu. 

Crest, a denii lion ppr. supporting a long cross gu. 

Jt'NOK, [London] az. a chev. or, betvv. three bezants ; on 

a cliief of the second, as many cinquefoils gu. 
JUNYNG. Sec ISYNG. 

JioN, [llarlslon] ar. a fesse erni. coitised sa. 
Juon, [North Wales] ar. three Uenrs-de-lis sa. 
Jlrden, per i)ale, or and az. a chev. betw. three lozenges 

counterehungcf! ; on a chief gu. as many niaitkts ar. 
JlinDON, [Walverton] az. semee of crosslets or, a lion 

ramp. ar. on the breast a fleur-de-lis sa. 
JlTvNEY, az. three gillyflowers ar. 
Jl'RO.v, [France] bairy of four, or and'gu. per pale, 

countcrchanged. 
Jl'l'P, ar. a chev. betw. three eagles' heads, erased, az. — 

Crest, a griflin pass, holding a bucklj ppr. 
Jury, az. three portcidliscs nr. — Crest, a cubit ariu, in 

armour, holdiiiu; u caltrnp jipr. 
Jl'ST, [Monkwearmouth, Durham] sa. a chev. bctw. three 

pigeons' heads, erased, ar. — Crest, a swan's neck, erased, 

ar. betw. two ostrich's feathers, erect, of the lirst. 

(See PI. of Arms.) 
JcsTICE, [East Crcichton, Scotland] az. a sword, in pale, 

ar. bilt and iiomel or, supporting a pair of balances, 

within a bordurc of the last. — Crest, a sword erect. 

Motto, Noit sine catisa. 
Justice, [Stafis.] vert, a bend erin. cottised or, betw. three 

falcons, volant, of the third. 
Justice, gu. a chev. betw. tliree leopards' heads or. — Crest, 

a cat, sejant, ramp. ppr. 
Justice, gu. a chev. cngr. betw. three leopards' heads or. 
Justice, az. a bend crni. cottised or, betw. two falcons, 

volant, of the third. 
Jtislice, gu. on a cross, couped, ar. five mullets sa. 
Justine, or Justyne, gu. three chev. ar.— Crest, a 

stag's head, erased, aflVoiitee, or. 
Justyne, harry of six, ar. and az. in chief three tortcauxes. 
Jutting, . . , a" fleur-de-lis . . .—Crest, a"fieur-de-lis betw. 

two elephants' trunks ... 
JuviNE, ar. three holly-leaves, jiendent, sa. 
Jl'Xon, [Archbishop of Cantcrbvrtj, oh. 4 June, 16G3] 

or, a cross gu. betw. four Blackamoor's heads, couped at 

the shoulders, ppr. wreathed about the temples of the 

field. 
Juxon, [Little Conipton, Glouc. ; and Albourne, Suss.] 

The same arms. 
Juxon. The same arms. — Crest, an Ionic pillar on a base, 

ar. 

Ji^XTON, [London] ar. on a fesse dancett^e sa. eight bc- 
J^ants, four and four, betw. five herons of the second, 
beaked and legged gu. 

Ji^VN. Same as JADUYN. 

•"L'vs, ar. three torleauxcs betw. two cottises, gu. 



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Kacafiei.d, ?a. a fleur-de-lis erm. 

Kadie, [Scotland] ar. three piles, issuing from the chief, 
cngr. gu. ; on the ccjitre one a crescent of the field. — 
Crest, a lancet, e.\i)anded, ppr. Motto, Opifer per or- 
hem dicor. 

Kaurao, ar. two foxes, salient counter-salient, in saltier, 
the sinister surmounting the dexter, gu. — Crest, two 
anchors, in saltier, az. 

Kadiver Vawr, [Vv'ales] ar. a lion pass, guard, sa. in- 
censed gu. 

Kadivok ap Dynavvall, [Wales] sa. three spears' 
heads betw. as many scaling-ladders, bend sinisterwaySj 
ar. ; on a chief gu. a tower, triple-tov/ered, of the se- 
cond. 

Kahrodhard, [Wales] ar. two foxes, couater-salient, 

S"- 
Kadroharh, [Wales] The same as Kadrad.— Crest, 

a griffin's head, erased, sa. 
Kad\v.ai,e, [Wales] az. a cross forniee fifchee or. 
Kadwai.L, az. a cross forniee fitchee, betw. eight ctoiles, 

or. — Crest, a cock's head ar. conjbed, wattled, and 

beaked gu. betvv. two wings, expanded, sa. holding in 

the beak a cross formce fitchee or. 
Kadicall, or Kadiccll, [Wales] sa. (Another, az.) a cross 

Ibrnite litchec or. 
Kadwgan ap Bleddyn, or, a lion ramp. az. 
Kadyow, [Scotland] ar. a chev. sa. betw. two roses, in 

chief, gu. and a holly-leaf, in base, of the last. 
Kaer, gu. a cross gritigolec erm. heads or. — Crest, issuing 

out of a crescent, two eagles^ heads endorsed. 
Kagg, az. a pile, issuing from the base in bend sinister, 

or. — Crest, a falcon, reguard. resting the dexter claw 

upon a laurel crown, ppr. 
Kahl, ar. tlirce deini lions ramp, couped, gu.- — Crest, a 

camel's head ar. 
Kaines, [Leic] barry of six, or, az. and cu. 
KaiTies, or, on a fesse gu. three garbs of the (ield.— Crest, 

a wolf, current, gu. 
Kaikme, [Scotland] or, three birds az. ; on a chief cu, 

an acorn betw. two mullets, of the field. 
Kai.oway', ar. on a chev. betw. three leopards' heads sa. 

as many annulets of the field. 
Kalthorfe, [Norf.] chequy, or and az. a fesse erm. 
Kamois, or Lamois, gu. a chief indented or. 
Kandishe, sa. three crosses botonnee or. — Crest, ou a 

chapeau jipr. a dove, with wings endorsed, az. 
K.ANE, [Ireland] vert, representing sea, three trouts ar. — 

Crest, a roundlc vert, charged with a pale indented, 

ar. 
Kane, gu. tlirce trouts, in fosse, ppr. bctw. as many etoiles 

or. — Crest, an arm, embowed, in armour, holdiog a 

sword, p[)r. 
Kankrier,- — Crest, a unicorn's head, issuing. 
Kapenhikst, gu. a chev. betw. three cocks ar. 
Kar, [N umb.] gu. on a chev. ar. three etoiles sa. 
Kakadoc, [Wales] az. a lion ramp, per lesse, or and ar. 

within a bordure of the last. 
Kareen, az. a fleur-de-lis nr. ; on a chief or, a demi linn 

ramp. gu. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, an arm frcm 

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K A T 

the clliow, vested ^u. ciifl'cd of (lie first, boIJing up the 

sun j)])r. 
Karui.kn, az. a flpur-de-lis ar. ; on a chief of the last, a 

lion pass. gn. 
Karbyll, az. oil a chief ar. a donii hon ramp. gu. — Crest, 

a stag, 'lodged, or. 
Kardoyi.e, or Karhaii.e, gu. six annulets ar. three, 

two, and one. — Crest, an antelope, trippant, erni. armed 

hardoylc, gu. six annulets ar. two, two, and two. 
Kardoijlc, ar. a fesse hetw. six annulets, gu. 
Karldig, [Wales] sa. a lion ramp. ar. incensed gu. 
Karkenton, or Karkington, gu. three bars ar. — 
Cres^t, out of an antique crown or, a demi lion ramp. gu. 
Karketti.k, [Sc-otland] ar. a bcud gu. 
Kaknauye, [K.uuib.] ar. tvo bars az. in chief three 

hurts. 
Kurnabye. The same arms. — Crest, a triton holding in 

the dexter hand a triilent. 
Karnabiic. The same arms, adding, on a canton of the 

first, a lion ranij). of the second. 
Karr, [Zair, Scotland. Granted 1G98] gu. on a chev. 
ar. three mullets of the tirst ; in base, a stag's bead, 
erased, of the second. — Crest, a dexter hand holding a 
dagger. Motlo, Saus peur. 
Karr, gu. on a chev. ar. betw. three bucks' heads, erased, 
or, as many mullets of ihclield. — Crest, a dexter arm, 
erect, coupcd below the \\rist, ppr. holding a dagger ar. 
hilt and poniel or. 
Karraro, [Venice] jicr fesse, ar. and az. a lozenge oc- 
cupying the whole of the shield, counterchanged. 
Karricke, or Carricke, [GIouc] sa. three cinquefoils 

ar. 
Kurriche, Karrick, or Carricke. The same arms, — Crest, 
a dexter arm, embowcd, ppr. vested gu. cufled or, hold- 
ing a covered cup of the last. 
Karswili,, sa. a bend or, a label of five poiuts ar. 
Karvell, [Norf.] gu. a chev. betw. three leopards' heads 

ar. 
Karvell, or Kuriveli, [Wiggen llall, Norf.] ar. a fesse 

betw. three ficnrs-de-lis gu. 
Karvell, or Kcrvell, [Watlington, Norf.] sa. three leo- 
pards' heads je&sant fleurs-de-lis ar. 
Kartell, Karv'dl, or Kcrvell. The same arms.— Crest, on 

a ducal coronet or, a wivern gu. 
Karvell, gu. a chev. ar. betw. three leopards' heads or. 
Karvii.i,, az. a chev. ar. betw. three lions' heads, cabos- 

sed, or. 
Kauwell. See Karvell. 
Kasdous, gu. three rustres or. 
Kassye, or Kayre, [N.umb.] gu. on a chev. ar. three 

etoiles sa. 
Kassye. The same arms. — Crest, a dexter hand pointing 

with two fingers gu. 
Kateler, a7id Kateller. See Katherler. 
Katerell, f))- Cateherall, az. three mascles or. 
Katerle, 0) Katerly, or, three jiiles sa. 
Katerler, az. three catharinc-w heels or. 
Katerlev. Sec Katherley. 
Kathcairt, a.7. three cross crosshMs fitchee, and issuing 

out of as many crescents ar. 
Katiieram, or, on a bend sa. three leopards' heads ar. 
— Crest, an arm, in armour, couped, resting on the el- 
bow, and holding a club, ppr. 



K A Y 

Katherler, Kateler, oc Kateller, az. three cath- 

arine-w heels or. — Crest, on a chapean ppr. a lion's head, 

erased, az. ducally crowned or. 
Katherley, or Katerley', or, three ))iles sa. — Crest, a 

hind's head ppr. 
Kathrens, or Kathkins, [Ireland] quarterly, az. and 

ar. ; ou the first and fourth, a mar'.let or. — Crest, a plume 

of ostrich's feathers ar. enfiled with a ducal coronet or. 
Kating, Q)(t/ Kati.yng. Sec Katyng. 
Kati.e, [of that Ilk] or, a fieur-de-lis az. oppressed by a 

fesse and saltier gu. 
Kattell, [Scotland] or, a saltier gu. in chief a tleur-de- 

lis vert, surmounted ou the middle with a bar of the 

second. 
Katyng, Kating, Kattisg, and Katlyng, ar^ a 

saltier betw. four piue-apples gu. — Crest, a demi ani^el, 

holding in the dexter hand a grithn's head, erased, ]ipr. 
Katz, [Germany] quarterly; lirst, or, a lion ramp. az. ; 

second, az. ; third, purp. on a mount vert, a tree j'pr. ; 

fourth, ar. on a mount, in base, vert, a fox, springing, 

ppr. 
Kavanagh, [Ireland] — Crest, on the point of a sword, in 

pale, a mullet. 
KavenaGH, [Bclian, Ireland] az. a lion ramp. ar. within 

a bordure of the last. 
Kawn, [Clies.] az. three bars ar. 
Kawson, or, a bend betw. six cross crosslets sa. 
KawstoN, ar. a bend betw. six cross crcisslets sa.^Crest, 

out of a mural coronet, a hand ppr. vested paly of six, 

ar. and sa. holdina- a mullet of tin? tirst. 
Kay', Bart. [East Sheen, Surrey, 5 IJcc. 1B03] ar. on a 

btnd engr. az. betw. two gritlins' heads, erased, gu. an 

annulet betw. as manj- crescents, or. — Crest, a grillin's 

head erm. collared az. charged with three crescents, anil 

holding in the beak a key, or. Motto, Fulem jtarit in~ 

tas. 
Kay', [Sunderland, Durham] ar. a bend sinister sa. betw. 

an annulet, in ciiief, gu. and a gritliii's head, erased, in 

base, of the second, in the beak a key az. — Crest, a 

griffin's head as in the arms. (See PI. of Arms) 

Kay, [North Shields, N.umb.] The same arms and crest. 

(See PI. of Arms) 
Ktiy, [Edith-Westou, Ruts. ; r.nd Woodsome, Vorks.J ar. 

two beudlets sa. — Crest, a goldfinch ppr. 
Kay, [Glatton, Hunts.] The same arms and crest, with a 

mullet for difl". 
/iTni/. [Milshaw, Daltou, and the Heath, Yorks.] ar. a 

martlet in the dexter chief point, betw. two bendlets, sa. 

— Crest, a griffin's head, erased, ar. beaked gu. charged 

with a martlet sa. holding in the beak a key or. 
Kay, [Newhall, Yorks.] ar. two bendlets sa. ; in the sinis- 
ter chief a martlet of the last. 
Kay, [Scotland] Same arms as Kay, Durham. 
Kai/, [Yorks.] sa. a bend ar. over all a file of three j)oiuls 

or. 
Kay, ar. on a fesse az. betw. a stag's head, erased, in chief, 

and a sheaf of arrows in base, three tkurs-de-lis .. — 

Crest, a martlet volant. JMotto, Jii Deo solo spes mea. 

Kayble, ar. a mound gu.; on a canton sa. a lion pass. 

or. 
Kayhlc. The same arms, the lion ramp. — Crest, an arm 
from the elbow, ppr. vested erm. culled, indented, gu. 
holding an escarbunch- of the last. 
Kaye-Lister, Bart. [Grange, Yorks. 28 Dec. 181'J] 



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K E D 



iiiiaittilv; fust and fourlli, ar. two beiicllets sa. for AVye; 
^t■colld a'ld tl'.ird, cini. on a fesse sa. tliipt n)ullctsor, for 
I.iilcr : tlic whole within a bordiirc wavy az. — Crests, 
fust, a "oldfinch ppr. tliargod on the breast with a rose 
ru. for Koyc; secoml, a buck's iicud ppr. erased waw 
,ir, attired sa. in the i;ioiith a bird bolt, betidwajs, of the 
tliird, tliiihted ar. Motto, Kynd. Ajpin, Knawiie, Kepe. 

KaYL.'E, or Kayle, (piailcrl) creiielice, ar. and sa. 

KaVLK, quarterly, ar. and sa. billcttce, coiinlerchanped. — 
Crest, on a cliajieau gu. turned up ar. a greyhound pass, 
of the last. 

hoyle, [Cornw.] quarterly, battelly, counter-battelly, ar. 
and ta. 

Jiai/lc. The same arms. — Crest, a deird talbot, ducally 
gorged. 

K A V N I!, barry of tight, vair and . . . 

Kaynell, or Key'neli., [Hridestonc, Wilts.] ar. a fesse 
(lory counterllory, gu. 

KayNILLE, ar. a fesse gu. 

Kaynton, ar. a pale iicbulee sa. — Crest, a mountain 
p))r. 

Kayke, sa. a chev. ar. ..-,.. 

Kayre. See Kassije. - i : i ; ,; . 

Kays, per chev. gn. and sa. three keys or, wards to the 
sinister. 

Kean, [Ireland] az. a fesse or, over all, on a pile ar, three 
hearts gu. two and one. — Crest, a horse's head, erased. 

Kf.ANDALK, [Anslrulber] .,, three jiassion-nails ., . 

Keane, Bart. [Belniont and Capjioquin, Waterford, 1 
Auy. 1801] gu. three salmons, n;iianl, in Jiale, ar. — 
Crest, a leopard, sejant, ])pr. suppoitin" with the dexter 
paw a flag-staft', thereon hoisted a union-jack, also pjir. 
Motto, Virtule. 

Keaiie, [Ireland] gu. three fishes, hauiient, ar. — Crest, on 
a tliapean a stag, trijjp.Tut, all jjpr. 

Kearney, [Ireland] sa.on a chief ar. three wheat-sbeavcs 
vert. — Crest, a ruined castle in flames, ppr. 

Keauxs, [Ireland] crui. on a bend sa. five annulets or. — 
Crest, out of a heart gu. a hand holding a scimitar ])pr. 

Kearsley, or Keaksi.y, [Lane, and London. Granted 
2 Oct. 1GG2] or, two bars sa. bctw. six lions' beads, cou- 
licd, gu. three, two, and one. — Crest, a demi eajrle erui 
vvniged or. 

Keai E, [Woodford, Lssex; Hooand Paul's Walden, Herts, 
and Grovehursf, Kent] ar. three mountain-cats pass, in 
pale, sa. 

JUalc. The same arras. — Cie^t, a mountain-cat pass, sa 

Keating, or Keatinge, [Ireland] gu. on a saltier ar. 
live nettle-leaves vert. — Crest, a tnpid holding in the 
dexter hand an arrow, and in the sinister a bow, ppr. 

J^faliity, or Keddng, [London] ar. a saltier gu. betw. 
four nettle-leaves vert. — Crest, a boar pass, or, through 
a p:i reel of nettles ppr. Motto, Proridciilia diviua. 

'^roliiiy, or, a saltier gu. betw. four oak-leaves vert. — 
Crest, on a mount \ert, a boar pass. sa. 

Ki ATs,SirRicHAKU (ioouvvix.G.C.B. [Dorraut- House, 
f''>\er. Vkc- Admiral of the Red, and Ciovernor of Green- 
\*ieli Hospital, 182G] [lean, three mountain-cats pass, in 
I'ale, ar. ; on a canton or, a fesse gu. surmounted bv an 
"iiehor of the third, encircled by a wreath of laurel vert, 
'Or huuts ; quartering or, a lion pass, guard, sa. on a 
cniil gu. three lozenges vair, for Goodwin. — Crest, on a 
•J^val coronet or, a tiger, statant, guard, jipr. cbaracd 
o'l llie body with an anchor sa. Supporters, the dexter. 



a triton in the act of blowing a conk-shell, all ppr. .a rib- 
bon round his neck white, cdiTcd blue, therefrom pendent 
a gold medallion, representing Victory crowning Britan- 
nia; sinister, a sea-lion ppr. gorged with a collar az. 
rimmed or, thereon the word stl'ERB, in letter.-; of gold ; 
beneath the collar the ribbon and medallion, as the 
dexter. 

heals, [Berks, and Glouc.] ar. three monntain-cafs pass, 
in pale, sa. — Crest, a mount dn-cat as in the arms. 

Kebhell, or Keuvi.i, [London] ar. a chev. az. ; on a 
thief of the seconri, three mullets or, pierced sa. 

Kebell, or Kkijbi.e, [London and Warw.] ar. a chev. 
cngr. gi). ; on a chief az. three mullets or, pierced sa. 

Kehell, Kebble, or Kebyll, [London] sa. a chev. cngr. 
or; on a chief ar. three mullets gu. 

Kebell, l.arry wj.\\ of six, ar. and sa. a canton erm. 

Kebell, ar. a chev. cngr. gu. ; on a chief az. three mullets 
or. 

Kebell, barry nebnlee of six, or and sa. a canton crm. 

Kebell. Set' Keblc. 

KElilEL, ar. a chev. engr. gu. ; on a chief az. three escal- 
lops of the field. 

Kebi.e, [lloinerslon, I^eie.] barry ncbulce of six, ar. and 
sa. ; on a canton gu. a crcseeut of the first. — Crest, a. 
demi eagle disjd. ar. gorged vith a bar genielle gu. 
bcakefl of the last. 

Keble, [Leie.] barry iiebulee of six, ar. and sa. ; on a can- 
ton gu. a crescent or. 

Keblc, [Lord Mayor of London, 1510] ar. a chev. engr. 
gu.; on a chief az. three mullets or. 

Keblc, [West Creting, Old Ne\\tun, and Stow Market Snfl'.] 
ar. three bars nebnlee sa. a canton gu. — Crest, a demi 
eagle dii-pl. ar. 

Keble, or Kebell, [Sufi'.] barry nebnlee of six, ar. and 
az. a canton of the first. 

Keble, sa. a cliev. cngr. or ; on a chief ar. three mullets of 
the field. — Crest, an elephant's head, couped, bendy 
of 

Keble, or Kebyll, barry wavy of six, ar. and sa. a canton 
gu. 

Kehorne, ar. a chev. betw. ten crosses pattee sa. 

Kebyll, ar. three bars wavy sa. a canton erm. 

Kebyll, ar. (Another, or) a fesse wavy gu. ; on a canton 
sa. a lion pass, of the Held. 

Kebyll, ar. a chev. cngr. gu. ; on a chief or, three niuliets 
az. ))ierced of the second. 

Kebyll. See Kebbell, Kebell, and Keble. 

Kechen, ar. on a pile cngr. az. an eagle displ. gu. 

Kecking. See Keating. 

Keck, [Glouc; Inner Temple, London ; and Great Tew, 
Oxon] sa. a bend erm. bctw. two tottises floiy counter- 
flory or. — Crest, cut of a mural crown gu. a maiden's 
head erm. purtled or, her hair flislievelled of the same, 
and flotant, adorned with a chaplet vert, garnished with 
roses ppr. 

Keckwitcii, ar. two lions pass, in benri, sa. botw. as many 
cottises gu. 

Kepale, ar. on a bend az. three mullets or, over all a file 
of four points gu. 

Kedall, or Keydai.l, [Corirw.] ar. a chev. bctw. three 
dolphins sa. 

Iiedall, or Kiddall, sa. a saltier counter-embattled ar. 

Keddie, [Edinburah] ar. three piles issuing from the chief 
engr. gu. the centre one charged with a crescent of the 



K E I 

field. — Crett, a lancet, open, ppr. Motto, Opifer per 

orbem dicor. 
Kedmakston, [Suff.] ar. three war-bells cii. 
liedinurston. The same anus. — Crest, a denii lion ramp. 

ar. 
Kedsi.IE, fu. three palets ar. ; on a thief of the seeonil, 

as many torteaiixcs. — Crest, an eagle, with two beads 

tlispi. ppr. charged on the breast with a mullet ar. 

Motto, ) f.-fVcs- oiiniia vivcit. 
Kedwf.i.ly, or, a fessc indented gii. 
Kedwei.i.yn, or, a fcsso dsncettOe gu. 
Keefe, [Ireland] gyronny of eight, gu. and ar. a chief or. 

— Crest, a lion's cranib, jiarttd per chev. or and gu. 
Keegan, — Crtst, a dexter hand holding a sheaf of arrows. 
Keel, [Loudon] ])cr cross crciiellee, ar. and sa. in the first 

quarter a crescent of the second. 
Keeling, ar. three scaling-ladders, in bend, gu. — Crest, 

a lion, sejant, or, supporting a scaling-ladder gu. 
Keeling, Kilujng, Kclijng, or Kcli/nge. The same arms. 

— Crest, a swoid, in pale, enfiled with a Saracen's head, 

afirontee, all ppr. 
Keen, ['North Core and Thandcston, Sufl". Granted 3 

May, 1.0G2] az. a talhot pass, or ; on a chief indented 

ar. three crosses flory sa.- — Crest, a hind's head, erased 

sa. bezantee. 
Keen, [Scotland] gu. a Savage's head in profile, ppr. ; on 

a chief ar. three mullets of the first, 
.ffecji, erm a cross patonce ermines. — Crest, a bundle of 

arrows, pointed ar. feathered of the same, banded gn. 

sticks or. 
Keene, [Ireland] gu. a talbot pass, or, coUaied, and line 

reflexcd over the back, sa. — Crest, a martlet or. 
Keenc, erm. three crescents . . . — Crest, a griffin's head 

ppr. 
Keene, gu. a cross crosslet erm. 
Keenlyside, ar. three battle-axes, paleways, two and 

one. — Crest, a beacon, lighted, ppr. 
Keep, or, a bend gu. ; on a canton ar. a galley, her oars 

in action, of the second. — Crest, a weaver's shuttle, in 

pale, gn. threaded jipr. 
Keet, [Canterbnry. Granted 1745] erm. a fesse invecked, 

az. betw. two bees, volant, in chief, ppr. and a damask- 
rose, in base, gu. barbed vert. — Crest, a dexter arm, 

embowed, couped at the shoulder, habited az. cufl" ar. 

holding in the hand ppr. a battle-axe of the second, staff 

or, cnt\\incd with a serpent vert. 
Keete, [Chellcsburne, Dors.] az. a chev. betw. three kites' 

heads, erased, or. — Crest, a unicorn's head, erased, ar. 

collared gn. buckled and garnished or, armed of the last. 
Keffori), ['i'orks.] gu. a fesse embattled betw. three 

bees, volant, or. 
Kejghley, ar. on a fesse sa. a mullet of the field. — Crest, 

a dragon's head, erased, ar. charged on the breast with 

a mullet sa, 
Kcigldcy, ar. a fesse sa. 
Keightley, [Ireland] ar. a fesse sa. — Crest, a griffin's 

liead, erased, ar. Motto, Possunt quia posse vidcntur. 
Keignes. See Keynes. 
Keigwin, [Coniu.] vert, a chev. betw. three greyhounds, 

current, cr. — Crest, a greyhound's head, toupcd, or. 
Keiling, [Newcastle under Line, Stall's.] sa. a lion ramp. 

or, holding an escutcheon ar. charged with a cross formoc 

fitchec gu.- -Crest, a demi lion ramp, or, holding an 

escutcheon as in the arms. 



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Keji.Y, — Crest, a male gritfin, st.itant, ppr. 

Kein, [Hethelry, Scotland] gu. a gauntlet, in fesse, or ; 
on a chief ar. three stars of the first. 

Keines, [.Sonicrs.] az. a bentl va\y, cottised, ar. 

Jiciites, az. a bendkt nndec, cottised, ar. 

Keinsham, [Beds.] The same as Kenisham. 

Keik, [Knock, Scotland] az. on a chev. ar. betw. two 
holly-leaves ppr. in chief, and a unicorn's liead erased, in 
b.ise, of the second, three mullets gu. Motto, Virescit 
in ardvis virtus. 

licir, [Linlithgow, Scotland] veit, on a chev. crenellee betw. 
a unicorn's head, erased, in chief, and a stag's head, era-, 
sed, in base, ar. three mullets sa. — Crest, a pelican, 
vulning, ppr. Motto, Beits mcttm solamen. 

heir, [Scotland] ar. a cross cngr. sa. betw. four roses gu. 

Keikie, [Gogar, Scotland] ar. a fesse, counter-embattled, 
betw. two cinquefoils in chief, and a cross crosskt in 
base, gu. — Crest, a hand holding a rose, ppr. Motto, 
Virtutc vigct. 

Keitelp.y, [GIouc] per pale, gu. and sa. a lion ramp, 
crowned, ar. 

Keith, [Earl of Marishal, Scotland] ar. on a chief gu. 
three palets (n. — Crest, a hail's head, erased, ppr. armed 
with ten tyiies. Motto, Veritas liticif. 

Keith, [Earl of Kintorc, Scotland] quarterly; first and 
fourth, gu. a sceptre and sword in saltier, with an impe- 
rial crown in thief, within an orle of eight thistles, or, 
as a coat of augmentation ; second and third, as above, 
for Keith. — Crest, a demi woman, richly attired, holding 
in the flexter hand a garland of laurel, ppr. Motto, 
Qua; amissa salia. 

Keith, [Lord Dingwall, Scotland] quarterly ; first and 
fourth, ar. on a chief gu. three palets or; second and 
third, gu. a lion rani)), ar.. — Crest, a stag's head couped. 
Motto, Ulcmciiio creatorem. 

Keith, [Installed Knt. of the Bath, 15 June, 177"2] quar- 
terly, first and fourth, ar. a bordurc embattled gu. on 
a chief of the last, three palets or, for Keith; second 
and third, or, a fetterlock sa. on a chief az. three etoiles 
ar. for I^Iurrag. — Crest, an ermine [lass. ppr. ; over the 
crest this njotto, Kx caiidore dccus ; under the arms, 
Animum rege. 

Keith, [Amsterdam. Granted 1791] ar. a heart gu. within 
a bordure az. ; on a thief of the second, three palets or, 
on each a mullet of the third. — Crest, a demi lion ramp, 
ppr. Motto, Becta se/juor. 

Keith, [Arthurhouse, Scotland] ar. a saltier and chief gu. 
the last charged with three palets or, all within a bordure 
componee, az. and of the first. -Crest, a dexter baud 
holding a pick erect, ppr. headed ar. Motto, Justa se- 
fjunr. 

Keith, [Auquhorsk, Scotland] ar. a chief, )ialy of six, gu. 
and (r; on the second, a buckle of the first. 

Keith, [Druxic, Scotland] per fesse, or and ar. in chief 
three palets, couped, in base, gu. — Crest, a stag's head, 
eras.-d, . , . Motto, Veritas vincit. 

Keith, [Craig, Scotl..u 1] ar. on a chief embattled gn. 
three jialets or, a lordure crenellee of the second. — 
Crest, a stag standini; at gaze, or, in a watching posture, 
under a bn.--h of holly, all ])pr. Motto, Forlitcr qui 
scdulo, of old ; the modern crest is an ermine ppr. Mot- 
to, Kx eandore dceus. 

Keith, [Harthill, Scotland] or, a cross crosslet fitchec az. 
betw. two crescents in chief, and a fusil iu base, gu. 



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AViM, [Iiivcrncif, Scotland] ar. a cliiff, paly of -six, or 

a, I, I tjii. widiin a borflurc t-nsfr. sa. 
heitli, [l.uili|iiliaiin, Scotland] ar. a cross crosslet fitcliee 

and an cst;illi'|i nz. in fesse ; on a chief" pu. three palcts 

,,,-. Crot, a (U'Ntfr hanrl casting an anchor in the water. 

Molto, Ji'riiiniibcr thy end. 
Xciik, [F'itt< ndruni, Scotl-indl ar. a lynipliad, her sails 

furled, sa. ; on a chief gu. three palcts or. — Crest, an 

nrni, in armour, fessexiays, conped, holding a svvord, in 

p;dc, p|)r. Motto, I'ro vcritalr. 
hi'itli, [l{avenscrai<r, Scotland] ar. on a chief gn. three 

prdets or, qnartering, or, three cnshions gn. within a 

donhle Iressnre counterflowcred ol (he last, for Rnndolph. 
Keitli, [Tillvaone, Scotland] jiarted per fesse, or and ar. 

on the first, three (lend ])alets gu. and in base, a man's 

heart of the last. — Crest, a leure ppr. Motto, Venit vh 

uflris. 
KF.KKl'.OUnSK, ar. a cliev. betw. ten cross crosslets sa. — 

Crest, on a d^ical coronet or, a lion, sejant, holding a 

sword, in ])a!e, pjir. 
Kekeiuunf,, and Kelm'.oi r.N E. The same .-inns. 
Keki-w ICH, [Coriiw.j ar. two lions pass, in bend, sa. cot- 

tised an. 
KckciL-ic.h, [Essex] The same. — Crest, a leopard's head 

and neck affrciitee. 
KEKEwicnr., av. three lions pass, guard, sa. bctw. two 

bendlcts cu- 
KEKE.Y\vcHr, [L?nr.] ar. three leopards, in bend sa. cot- 

tistd gu. 
Achcui/clie. [Lane] ar. three lions, in bend, pass. betw. 

two cottises sa. 
Kkkitmobe, gu. three text S's or, two and one. 
Kelbvll, ]>er fesse az. and )ialy of six, gu. ;;m(I ur. 
Keluen, per bend, ^\i. and or, a pale vair. 
Kr.i.PON,> an. a pali, reversed, erm. 
Klle, [London] or, two bars eu. facli chaiged \>ith three 

niartlets ai. bclw. as many billets, lyins fesstways, of 

the second. — Crest, a denii woman ))pr. hair dislievellc<l 

or, on her head a chaplet vert. 
Kki.km.^N, gu. a bend betw. two talhots pass. ar. 
Kli.eyne, ar. a srdlier be(w. four trefoils, sli))ped, \ert. 
Kl.i.EOKD, cu. on a chev. ar. three mullets of the first, in 

chief two bucks' heads, erased, of the second, altiied or, 

jn base, a cat pass, of the second. 
Kkhiam, Cfvnncili/ Lnnr/dttic ) per pale, gu. and az. three 

covered cups or ; on a chief engr. ar. as many cfoiles sa. 

— Crest, a demi eagle displ. with (uo heads az. seniie of 

ermine spots or, on each wing a covered cup of the last. 
Kklhili., gu. three ])aies ar. a i hief az. 
h'rlhntl. See Kellnm. 
Kkling, [Hackney, Midd. Gmnled 30 April, ir,:3-2] sa. 

a lion ramp, or, holding in the paws an escutcheon ar. 

charged with a cross jiattce, fitcliee at the foot, un. — 

Crest, out of a mural crown, a demi lion or, holding an 

escutcheon as in the arms. 
•^tt-Kr, [Kelkc, Line.] sa. a bend coflised flory or, (Ano- 
,1'ier, ar. quarters, gu. three cscallojis, ar.) 
Ar/ie, [Harnaby, Line] ar. three escallops gu. 
nrllif, or Kelh, sa. a bend cottised flory or. — Cicst, a 

^^'ilf, sejant, jipr. 
'^flkc, sa. a bndht, jilain, or, belw. t«o heudlcfs florv 

lounterfloiy, of the last. 
I^F.LKEFiELD, or Keekfei.D, ar. a CTOss-cngr. sa. 
M.Ll,, or, on a clicv. vert, betw. a lion jiass. in ciii- f, and 

<"o hiuUcls in base, gu. three garbs or. 



hell See KtlU. 

Kem.ai.l, paly of six, ar. and gu. a chief az. 

Kei.i.axi, or Kii.LOME, f IJanby, Yorks.] az. three covered 

cups or. 
hcitutn, or KiHome. The same arms. — Crest, a cross 

crosslet litchee and jialm-binnih vert, in saltier. 
Killum, gu. a lion with t-AO bodies, guard, and crowned 

or, withiii a I. ordure ar. 
Kvtlinn, cu. a lion rtimi). with one head and two bodies 

or, crowned az. withiii a bordure ar. 
Killaui, cu. t"o lions ramj). or, crowned a?., within a bor- 
dure <>f the Second. 
Kcl/tini, t'u. three lions rani)), or, with wreaths on their 

heads az. 
Kcllam. See Kelliitii. 
KEr.LANii, [Toluess, IXvoiis.] sa. a fesse ar. in chief 

three fleuis-de-lis of the last. — Crest, a deuii tiger, sa- 
lient, or, maned ar. 
Ket.i.avvay, ();• KEl.l.nv, A Y, [Slowford, Devons.] ar. two 

glazier's sidppers, in saltier, sa. betw. four pears or. — 

Crest, a tiger pass, reguard. sa. 
Keli.awaye, [Sherborne, Dors.] ar. two glazier's snippers, 

per salliir, betw. four pears, \\ithiii a bordure engr. sa, 

— Crest, a cock ar. combed and wattled az. 
Kei.i.boukne. Sec Kekep.lune. 
Kellk, [Cornw.] ar. a chev. betw. three billets g'u. 
KcUc, [Londiui] per bend crencllee, ar. anrl sa. 
KcUe, or Kcll. The same arms. — Crest, a boar's head, 

erased, az. ducally corged or. 
Keli.eher, [Ireland] sa. three acorns, in j)alc, or, betw. 

two |);dets ar. a chief of the .second. — Crest, out of a 

mural coronet az. a lion's heail or. 
Kei.eet, I'.art. [Lota, Cork, G Ainj. 3801] quarterly; first 

and fourth, ar. on a mount vert, a boar jiass. sa. crincd 

or; second and (bird, ar. across gu. in the fiist quarter, a 

fleur-de-lis of the last. — Crest, an armed arm, embowed, 

))j)r. garnished or, holdins in the hand a baton of the 

last. .Motto, Aiixiliiim ub alio. 
Kcllel. The same arms and crest. Motto, T\rrct ad astra. 
Kcllet, [r>i]dey, Surrey. Covjiimcd 1 Oct. 4 Edw. VI.] 

ar. on a mount veil, a wild bear sa. chained and armed 

or.- — Crest, a cubit arm, habited sa. cufl' ar. ])nfl'ed of 

l!ie last, holding in the hind a roll of ]iarclinient p|)r. 
Kcllrt, (u- Kt'lktt, [Ireland] vert, a saltier ar. in chief a 

cinquefoil or. — Crest, a dcnu wolf ramp. sa. 
Kelley, [Kelley, Devons. ; Petworlh, .Suss. ; and cf Ire- 

1 lud] ar, a c hev. bclw. three squared billels gu. (i. e. 

shewiu!; ihe thickness) — Crest, out of a ducal coronet 

gu. an ostrich s head ar. in the beak a Iiorse-shoe or. 
Kdlcif, [Terriiigton, Devons.] sa. a lion ramp, or, bctw. 

three liiurs-<)e-lis erm. — Crest, a sea-horse in water ppr. 

holding ill the j)aws a spiked ball. 
Kelley, or A'rlli/, [Inland] az. in chief three etoiles ar. 

— Crcsl, a hand holding by the horn a bull's head, 

erased. 
Kelley, ar. on a chev. bctw. three leopards" heads sa. as 

many annulets or. 
Kelley, quarterly crencllee, ur. and sa. in the first quarter, 

a crescent of the sctoml. 
Ke'ley. Seo Kelly. 

Kki.lingvvouth, ar. three cinqnefoils sa. seeded or. 
Kello, gu. a fesse or, betw. tuo lilies, slipped, in chief, 

ar. and an annulet, in b-.ise, of the second. 
KEi.LOEEltY, gu. a bend or. (Another, nr.) 

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K E M 



Kei.LOCK, [Siollanil] ar. a chcv. betw. throe tall>ots' 

lieads, coii)>i:cl, az. uitliiii a lifiniure gii. — Crest, out of 

a (luial tormict, a sinister hand betw. twowinsr?, all ppr. 
Kellock, [Scotland] p,u. a bar briw. two (leurs-de-ii?, stalked 

aii<l leaved, in chief, or, and in base, an annulet of the 

last. — C!rest, a heart, betw. two wings, or. Motto, Glo- 
ria in exceisi.i Deo. 
Kelloway, [Roboiou2,h, Devons.] ar. three grosing Irons, 

in saltier, sa. betw. four Kelway pears ppr. within a bor- 

durc engr. of the second. 
Kelloway, ar. a saltier sa. betw. four pears, pendent, gu. 

— Cresf, a barnacle-bird, ar, 
A'ellmcai/. See Kellawaij. 
Kellum, or Kellam, gu. a lion ramp, guard, with one 

head and two bodies, ar. — Crest, an otter's head, erased, 

ppr. 
Kelluvt, or Kelkidl, (laly of six, gu. and ar. a chief az. 
Kelly, [Ireland] gu. ou a mount verl, two lions ranj]). 

SMpportii)2, a tower ar. 
Kelly, [Irehuid] az. a saltier, raguled, or. 
Kelly, [Fitzroy, Lincoln's-Inn] az. two lions ramp, or, 

supporting a castle ]j|)r. 
Kelly, [of that Ilk] or, a saltier sa. betw. four fleui-s-de-lis 

az. 
Kelly, Kellcy, or Kcylley, or, on two bars sa. betw. three 

billets gu. two and one, five martlets, three and two. 

(Anothei', mullets). — Crest, a boar pass, or, wounded by 

an airo.w ppr. 
Kelly. Same as Kelle, Cornw. 
Kelly. See A'c//cy. 
Kelsall, [Kelsall, Ches. ; Boston, Line. ; and Midd.] 

erm. a bend engr. sa. 
Kelsey, [Chelmsford and Thorp, Essex. Granted 24 

June, 1G3-J] sa. on a pale, cottised, or, three escutcheons 

gn. — Crest, two cubit arms, erect, vested sa. cuffed or, 

holding in the hands ppr. an escutcheon of the last. 
Kelsham, or KiLSHAM, sa. a fesse eugr. ai'. belw. three 

garbs or. 
Kelso, [Kelsoland, Scotland] sa. a fesse engr. betw. 

three garbs or.— Crest, a garb or. Mottn, over the 

crest, Otium cum diynitafe. 
Kelston, sa. a saltier engr. ar. (Another, or.) 
Keltie, [of that Ilk] az. a mullet betw. three crescents 

ar. 
Keltie, or Kelly. — Crest, a wheat-sheaf ppr. Molto, Iii- 

dustria. 
Kelton, [Salop] emu three cinquefoilsiu fesse, sa. pierced 

ar. — Crest, a lion pass, per pale, erm. and ermines. 
Kelverdon, [Essex] gu. a pall, reversed, eriu. 
Kelverton, gu. a bend vaire, or and az. betw. two eagles' 

heads, couped, ar. — Crest, an eagle's head, couped, ar. 

gorged with a chaplet of roses ppr. 
Kelway, ar. two bones, in saltier, sa. betw. four pears 

or, all within a bordure engr. of the second. 
Kelwich, ar. two lions ramp, in bend, betw. as many cot- 

tises, sa. — Crest, a lion's head guard, sa. 
Kelyng, sa. ou a cliev. betw. three annulets or, as many 

spear's beads az, 
Kelly NG, Kelyng, and Kelynge. See Keeling. 
Kemble, [Lambnrne, Berks.] sa. on a bend erm. three 

leopards' heads of the first. 
Kemble, [Glouc] ar. a cliev. betw. three mullets sa. within 

a bordure of the last. 
Kimble, az. ou a bend or, cottised ar. a rose gu. betw. two 



leopards' faces sa. — Crest, betw. a branch of laurel o:i 
the dexter side, and one of jialni on the sinister, ppr. a 
boar's head and neck sa. erased gu. charged witli an 
efoile ar. 

Keme, gu. a cross engr. ar. 

KfvMELlCKE, |>er fesse indented, or and gu. 

Kkmes, [Wales] ar. three pheous sa. 

Kemis, [Glouc] vert, on a chev. ar. three pheous sa. in 
base a rose of the second. 

Kemish, or KEY>iiCHE, [Lane] ar. two lions pass, in 
bend, cottised, sa. 

Ke.MISHE, barry of six, vair awl gu. 

Kemor, or Kemur, [Glouc; Kent; Midd. ; Gissing, 
Norf. ; Suff. ; and Suss.] gu. a chief or. 

Kemor. The same arms. — Crest, a lion's head, erased, 
or, pierced through with an arrow sa. 

Kemp, [Cornw.] gu. three garbs or. — Crest, a falcon ])i)r. 
beaked and legged or, hooded gu. 

Kemp, [Ireland] or, on a saltier gu. five fleurs-de-lis of 
the first. — Crest, an antelope pass, cr, collared az. 

Kemp, [Gissiug, Norf. Created a Bart. 14 March, 1G41 ; 
afterwards of Bristou, Norf.] gu. three garbs within a 
bordure engr. or. — Crest, on a garb or, a pelican, vuliiing, 
herself, ppr. Motto, Lveeni spero. 

Kemp, [Westbroke, Norf. ; and South Mailing, Suss.] gu. 
a fesse erm. betw. three garbs or, all within a bordure 
of the second.- — Crest, on a garb, lying fesseways, or, a 
falcon, with wings endorsed, erm. 

Kemp, or Kempe, [Norf.] gn. three garbs or. 

Kemp, [Comistoun, Scotland] gu. f.\o hands holdiiis a 
two-handed sword, bend sinisterways, broken near the 
top, ar. 

Kemp, [Croydon, Surrey] gu. three garbs within a bordure 
engr. or. — Crest, a falcon ppr. beaked and legged or, 
hooded gu. 

Kemp. The same arms. — Crest, on a garb or, an eagW, 
volant, of the last. 

Kemp, ar. a lion ramp, gu. ; on a chief sa. three escallops 
of the field. — Crest, a goat, stafant, ar. 

Kemp, gu, a bend vair, betw, six escallops ar. 

Kemp, gu. three garbs within a bordure engr, or, entoyre 
of ponieis. — Crest, on a mount vert, a pelicau or, char- 
ged ou the breast with a jjouieis, picking at agarb, gold. 

Kemp. The same arms as Ki ,:,pe, of Essex. 

Kemp. See Kempt. 

Kempe, [Devons.] gu. a bend vair betw. three escallops ar. 

Kempe, [Sparishall, Essex ; and Suff.] ar. a chev. eusr. 
gu. betw. three etoiles az. — Crest, au arm, couped at the 
elbow, vested ar, charged with two bends wavy az, cnfVed 
of the first, holding in the hand ppr. a chaplet vert. 

Kempe, [New Forest, Hants. ; Kent; Norf.; and Slindon, 
Suss.] gu. three garbs within a bordure engr. or. — Crest, 
on a garb, lying fesseways, or, a falcon, with wings en- 
dorsed, ppr. 

Kempe, [Dover, Kent. Granted 1G41] az. a fesse betw. 
three garbs or, all within a bordure engr. of the last. — 
Crest, a denii grifiia or, winged gu. holding a garb of 
the first. 

Kempe, [Kent, Norf. and Sut!'.] gu. a bend engr. betw. 
three garbs or. 

Kempe, [Norf.] or, on a saltier engr. gu. five fleurs-de-lis 
of the field. 

Kempe, [Norf.] erm. on a chev. engr. gu. betw. three 
etoilcs az. an annulet or. 



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Kempe, [Nor/'.] ar. a bend eii^r. betw. three garb* or, 
Uritinc, [C:i\cmiu-ih, Suff.] ar. on a cliev. engr. gu. betw. 

(hrt'C etoiles az. nil aniiiilet or. 
Ixrinitc, eriii. on a saltier eiigr. gii. f\\c flciirs-de-lis or. 
l\imj'C. Sec Kemp. 
KE.MHKNfELT, ar. on ground, in base, veit, a man in com- 

iilete armour, staniiiiii;', with his sinister arm embowed, 

tlie dexter arm holding a sword above his iiead, all )>pr. 

— Crest, a dend nias!, as in the arms, betw. two wings, 

erect, vert. 
KuMPi-KV, or Kemsey, [Salop] gu. three sithes, iu pale, 

ar. 
Kkmi'son, or Kempston, [Starts, and Ardens-Graftoii, 

\\ arw.] or, three bars vert, in chief as many mullets of 

llie .«ietond, pierced of the tirst.— Crest, a demi lion az. 

frofiieil with a collar or, charged with three mullets of 

the lirst. 
Kk.mpsteu, az. a bend erminois, iu chief a thistle ar. — 

Crest, a lion's jjaw holding a thistle ppr. 
Kempston, [Ireland] ar. (Another, or) two bars vert, iu 

«bief three niidlets of the last. — Crest, a dexter hand 

holding an olive-branch ppr. 
Kempston, or Keiuptnn, quarterly, ar. and gu. ; on abend 

vert, cottise<l or, three towers of the first. 
Kempstoke, ar. a cliev. sa. in the dexter point a cioq^ue- 

foil of the second. 
Kempt, gu. three garbs ar.— Crest, a hedgehog or. 
Kempt, or Kemp, [Scotland] gu. two hands, issuing from 

the base, gras])ing a two banded sword broken at the 

point, all ppr.— Crest, a demi lion holiiiiig in the dexter 

paw a battle-axe ppr. iNIotfo, Prompiun. 
Ke.mpthoiine, [Movestow, Cornw.] ar. a chev. betw. 

three bears' heads, couped and bendways, sa. niuzzled 

or. 
Kempt/iorne, [Cornw.] ar. three pine-trees ppr. 
hcmpihorne. The same arms. — Crest, a lion, sejant, . ,. 
Kempton, [JNIorden, Camlir. ; and London. Granted 

\-)lT\ az. a pelican, wiuss elevated, vuiniiic; her breast, 

betw. three fleurs-de-lis, or. — Crest, a goat erm. boms 

and lioofs or, collared and lined sa. the collar charged 

with three bezants, with a ring at the cud of the line. 
hempton, [Cambridge ; Hadley, Midd. ; and London] az. 

u Icsse or, in chief three Heurs-de-lis of the second.- — 

Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a garb ar. 
hrmptoH. See l\empston. 
Kemsey. See Kemplby. 
-^EMUK. See Kemor. 
Kkmyell, [Cornw.] ar. three dolphins, naiant, in pale, 

sa. 
hanyell, or Kennyell, or, three dol])hins, liauricut, in pale, 

sa. 
>^EMYNG, [Somers.] erm. three crescents gu. 
heiinjii;i. The same arms. — Crest, a unicorn's head sa. 

Miuec of ))lates. 
i^K.MYs, [Kevan, Mabley, and Wickwicke, Glamorganshire] 

verl, on a chev. ar. three barbed arrow-heads sa.-^Crest, 

oil a mount vert, a unicorn, sejant, ar. armed and crined 

or. 
lynmijs, [Redniinster, Kemys, Somers.] ar. on a chev. sa. 

three ])lieons of the field. — Ciest, on a mount vert, a 

unicorn, sejant, az. mailed and armed or. 
"''"'!/s. vert, on a chev. ar. three pheons sa. two of them 

I'oiiitiiig to tlie sides of the escutcheon, the other down- 

toiuds. 



KEN 

KeiHijH. The same, with a rose in base, of the second. 

KemifS, vair, three bars gu. 

Ke.myston, ar. on a saltier sa. a cinquefoil in the tiexter 

chief, of the first. 
Kenan, [Scotland] per bend sa^. and az. three bars or. — 

Crest, a lion ramp. az. 
Kenuai.e. Sue Kyuale. 
Kendall, [I5eds.] ar. a bend and label gir. 
Kendall, [Beds.] ar. a bend vert, with a label of three 

points gii. (Another, five points.) 
Katdnll, [IWra.] ar. a bend gu. over all a label of three 

points of the second. 
Kendall, [Brecon; Siuelhesby, Derb. ; Rasiiisborne, Essex j 

Lane. ; and libby^, Leic] gu. a fesse chequy, or and, 

a/., betw. three eagles displ. of the second. 
Kendall, [Cornw.] ar. a chev. betw. three dolphins, naiant, 

embowed, sa. 
Kendall, [Cornw. ; and Kiugbiidgc, Dcvons.] ar. a chev. 

betw. three dolphins, naiant, sa. — Crest, a lion pass. gu. 
Kendall, [Devons.] ar. a bend vert. 
Kendall. The same arms. — Crest, a hand holding a sheaf 

of arrows, points downward, all l>|>r. 
Kendidl, [Uurhani. Granted lOLiG] per bend dancettec, 

ar. aiul-sa. iu the_ sinister chief a mullet gu. pierced of 

(be iirst.— ^Crest, a wolf's head and neck, erased, gu. 
Kendall, [Tlior]) and Thath, Durham ; and Rippou, Vorks.] 

per bend dancettee, ar. and sa. 
Kendall, [Exeter] s:i. tiiree dolphins, embowed, ar. — Crest, 

a lion pass. gu. bis tail jiass. betw. his legs and over his. 

back. 
Kendall, [Herts.] ar. a bend vert, cottised, indented, gu. 
Kendall, [Herts.] ar. a. bend dancettee vert, betw. two. 

cottises gu. 
Kendall, [.\lestrcc, Warw.] gu. a fesse chequy, or and az» 

betw. three eagles displ. ar. 
Kendall, gu. seven annulets, conjoined, iu pale, ar. 
Kendall, gu. a bead chequy, ar. and az. 
Kendall, chequy, sa. and ar. a bend gu. 
Kendall, gu. a fosse couuter-coiupouee, or and az. 
Kendall, gu. a fesse compouee, or and az. betw. three 

eagles displ. of the second. 
Kendall, ar. a bend iiuleatcd vert, betw. two cottises gu. 
Kendall, or Kendel, jicr fesse in<leiited, or and gu. 
Kendall, ar^ fretly gu. ;. oa a chief az. three escallops of 

the first. 
Kendall, ar. two bars gu. ; on a canton of the last, a lioii 

pass. or. 
Kendall, or Cendall, or, a cross vert. 
Kendel, ar. a bend vert. 
Keiidel. See KendalL 
Kendiffe, vert, an ant ar. 
Kundlemarsu, or Kendle.march, per fesse, erm. and 

ermines, a lion ramp, counteichanged. 
Kendolph, [Walliiigford, Beiks.] gu. on a cross ar. five 

hoi.se-shoes su. 
Kknurick, [Kiading, Berks.] erm. a lion ramp. sa. 
Kendrick, ar. live palels sa. — Crest, a hawk's leg,- erased, 

jessed, and belled, ppr. 
Kene, [Starstuii, Xorf.] ar. a talbot pass. sa. eared anil 

collared or, to the collar a ring of the second ; on a chief 

indented az. three cross crosslcts of the third. — Crest, a 

hind's head, rnisod, ar. gorged with a collar gu. charged 

with three bezants, to the collar a rin^ or. 
Kenc, [Norf. Hud Suti.} ar. a talbot sa. charged on the 



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shoulder with a trefoil, slipped, or; on a chief iiiJeiited 
az. three cross crossiets of the third. — Crest, a hind's 
head, erased, ar. pcllettec, charged with a trefoil or. 

Kvnc, [Ipswich, Siilf.] az. a talbot pass, or ; ou a chief 
ar. three cress crosslets sa. — Crest, a hind's head or, 
pellrtteo. 

Ki'ne, erni. a cro.^s tlorv sa. 

Knie, eviii. a cross flowered ermines. 

KENF.r.l., [Kent] or, two ehev. gii. a canton of the last. 

Kcnell, harry wavy, az. and ar. 

KcvfU, harry nel)>dec of six, az. aud ar. 

Kf.nklworth, gu. a bend ar. bct« . six stars with as 
many points of the second. 

Keneram, or Keveram, or, a chief, bendy of six, ar. 
and gu. 

Kf.nerby, |)er fesst, or and gu. three lions pass, counter- 
changed. — Crest, a wolf's head, erased, erni. 

Keney, or Ken Y, az. on a fcsse, bctw. two chev. or, three 
eagles displ. gu. 

Ken I AM, sa. a chev. cngr. or, bctw. three cross crosslets 
ar. 

"Keninoham, or Kenyngton, sa. a j)ale betw. two! 
ciuqucfoils, pierced, ar. | 

Kenisuam, [Scnifoid, Beds. Granhd 14 Nov. 1570]! 
per jiale, ar. and az. three cinquefoils eonuterchanged. 
- — Crest, a greyhound's head, couped, az. charged on 
the neck with three bars, betw. as many gnttees d' or. I 

Ken LEY, [Ireland] ar. on a bend sa. three escallops of! 
the field. | 

Kenley, per bend indented, ("./Ijio^/ie?-, embattled) ar. and ■ 
sa. . 1 

Jtc7iley, per bend embattled, sa. and ar. 

Kenlock. The same as KiNLOCK. 

Kenn, [Langford, Soniers.] erm. three crescents gu.^ 
Crest, three crescents, interwoien, ar. 

Ke:nis'.-\n, [Ireland] ar. two bars nebnlee gu. betw. three 
mullets sa.— Crest, out of a crescent az. a cross crosslet 
fitchce gu. 

Kennard, [Ireland] gu. a chev. engr. erni. betw. three 
keys or. — Crest, an armed hand p])r. holding a broken 
sword gu. 

jLCnnard, or, a fesse gu. betw. three mullets az. — Crest, a 
lion's gamb, erased, vert. 

Kennaway, Hart. [Wilbury House, Wills. ; aud Escolt, 
Devons. 19 I'cli. 17i.ll] ar. a fesse az. betw. two eaules 
displ. in chief, and in base, through an annulet gu. a slip 
of olive, and another of pialm, in saltier, ppr. — Crest, an 
*aglc, rising, ppr. from the beak an esculcLeoo, pendent, 
az. charged willi the sun in sjjlendour, also pi>r. 

J{cniiniray, ar. a fesse betw. three eagles displ. gu. — Crest, 
a phoenix in flames ppr. 

Kenne, [Kenne, Soniers. Granted 1601] erm. three cres- 
cents gu. — Crest, a unicorn's head az. bezantee, maned 
or, horned of the last ami sa. 

Kcnuc, gu. a chev. betw. six crescents or. 

Kenneuay, ar. on a fe.sse az. three mnllets of the field. 
— Crest, an arm erect, grasping a belt, all ppr. 

Kennedy, Earl of CASSILIS, Lord Kennedy, hi Scot- 
land ; Baron Ailsa, of the U. K. ; and a N. S. Bart. 
[Crcietkms, Lord, 1J52 ; Eail, loOO; Bart. iCH-i ; Baron 
Ailsa, 12 Nov. IHOfi. Rc.sidnices, Culzean Castle, Ayr- 
shire; Cassilis; Newark Castle, Seotlaud ; and St. Mjr- 
garet's, Midd. Tovn House, Privy Gardens] ar. a chev. 
gu. betw. three cross crosslets iitchee sa. withii) a double 



(ressure flory counterflory of the second. — Crest, a dol- 
phin, iiaiant, ppr. Supporters, two swans ppr. beaked 
and mcnd>ereil gu. Motto, Aviso la fin. 

KeiDicdi/, [England] sa. three esquires' helmets ar. — Crest, 
on a rock a goose, ppr. 

Kennedij, [Ireluiui. Granted in Ireland, 1 Feb. 1618] sa. 
an escallop or, betw. three helmets, close, ar. garnished 
of the second. — Crest, a band ppr. holding an acorn, 
bctw. two oak-leaves vert. 

Kennedy, [Ireland] go. three close helmets ar.— Crest, an 
arm, cmbowe<l, in scaled armour, holding a scimitar. 

Kennedy, [Anhuillaii, Scotland] ar. a chev. gu. betw. three 
cross crosslets filchee sa. — Crest, a hawk, hooded, p])r. 

Kennedy, [Ardistinshire, Scotland] quarterly ; first and 
fourth, az. three tleurs-de-Iis or ; second and third, ar. 
a chev. gn. betw. three cross crosslets fitcbee sa. 

Kennedy, [Auehtifordell, Scotland] ar. on a chev. ku. betw. 
three cross crosslets fitchce sa. a fleur-de-lis or. — Crest, 
a dexter hand holding a da£rger ppr. Motto, Avise la 
fin. 

Kennedy, [Barclanachan, .'^(otland] ar. a chev. gu. betw. 
three cross crosslets fitcbee sa. in chief a gallev, her 
sails furled, of the last, flags of the second ; in the sinis-^ 
ter chief point a mullet of the same. — Crest, in the sea, 
an anchor, in jiale, pjir. Motto, God be guide. 

Kennedy, [Baltersan, Scotland] ar. a chev. gu. betw, 
three cross crosslets fitchce sa. within a royal tressure 
of the second. 

Kennedy, [Bargt-uy, Dcnure, and Kirkhill, Scotland] quar- 
terly ; first and fourth, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three cross 
crosslets fitcbee sa. within a double tressure florv and 
counterflory of the second; second and third, az. three 
fleurs-de-lis or. — Crest, a hand grasjiing a dagger j)pr. 
Motto, jTvinnis. 

Kennedy, [Clow burn, Scotland] quarterly; first and fourth, 
ar. on a fesse az, three mullets of the first, for HViV ; 
second and third, quarterly, first and fourth, Kennedy, 
with the double tressure ; second and third, France, as 
the arms of Kennedy, of Bargeiiy. — Crest, a dexter hand 
holding a militaiy girdle, ou it the words, Vires Veritas, 
Motto, below the shield, I^nn Jal/or. 

Kennedy, [Garviniriains, Scotland] ar. on a chev. gu. betw. 
three cross crosslets fitcbee sa. a boar's head, erased, of 
the first, aud in the middle chief point, a man's heart of 
the second. — Crest, a dolphin, iiaiaut, )ipr. Motto, Avise 
la fin. 

Kennedy, [Kirk-Michael, Scotkiiid] ar. a chev. gu. bctw. 
two cross crosslets fitcbee, in chief, and a boar's head, 
erased, sa. in base. — Crest, a jnilni-lirancb, slipped, vert. 
Motto, Malim esse, probns qvam hatieri. 

Kennedy, [kilninches, .Scotland] ar. two keys, saltierwavs, 
gu. and in base a cross crosslet fitchee sa. 

Kennedy, [I.ochan, Scotland] ar. a chev. indented gu. 
bctw. throe cross crosslets Iitchee sa. 

Kf.NNELL, barry wavy of eight, az. and ar. — Crest, two 
lions' heads, erased and endorsed, one or, the other gu. 

Kennerlfy, vert, a fesse betw. two crosses pattee ar. — 
Crest, a lion's gamb holding a laurel-branch, jipr. 

Ke.nnet, ar. a bend within a bordure engr. sa. — Crest, 
two branches of palm i(i orlc. 

Kennett, [London] quarterly, or and gu. over all a label 
of three points sa. — Crest, an arm embowed, in armour, 
holding in the gauntlet a helmet erect, all ppr. 

Kennett, [Norf.] The same arms as Kennel. 



K E K 



K E P 



KbNNEY, [Irt'idiid] ar. two palots sa. betw. five mullets, 

in saltier, pu. — Crest, a crevhound, coiicliant, betw. two 

hraiiclies of liiirel, ill orle, ]i|ir. 
KK.sMtOT, — Cie.st, a grilMn's hentl erased. 
KkNNING, or Kenninus, [Nort.] az. a fesse engr. betw. 

three es(allo|)s ar. 
hrniiiini, [N.uinb.] az. a fessc betw. three cseallops ar. 
hrnniiii/. The same arms. — Crest, a yew-tree growiiir; out 

of a iiioiiiit, senice of trefoils, pjir. 
Kknmngs. See Kenning. 
KrNMS, barry of six, vair and gii. 
Ki'N NC*^'^^'' [J^ei.lliiud] ar. in chief, two cannets gu. and 

in base, an anmilet of the last. — Crest, an arm, cnibowcd, 

in fesse, toii|ied, pu. Iiol.iinn; tliree stalks of wheat cr. 
Kenny, ar. on a saltier ))nrp. five hearts or. — Crest, a 

dcmi lion ramp, guaid. pu. holding a fleur-de-lis or. 

KkNNYELL. Sec K KM YELL. 

Kr.NKlCK, [Lord Mayor of London, 16.52] erm. a lion 

ramp. sa. — Crest, on a sheaf of arrows, fessewavs, a 

liawk ppr. (Another crest, three arrows, one in pale, 

aitti two ill saltier, bound with a ribbon jipr. thereon a 

bird, statant, sa.) 
Keiirick, [Broome, Betehwortli, Surrey] The same anns 

and crest. 
Kcnrick. See Kenuricke. 
Kensey, [Herts.] erm. on a bend gu. cottised az. three 

escallops or. — Cre^t, a demi grilhii, erased, erm. holdinp- 

betw. the |)aws a mullet or. 
Ken SING, ar. a chcv. betw. three squirrels, sejant, gu. — 

Crest, a stag, springing, ppr. 
Kensinff, ar. a chev. Letw. three squirrels, sejant, gu. crack- 
ing nuts or. 
Kensington, gu. five crescents or, two, one, and two. — 

Crest, out of a ducal coronet, a demi eagle displ. j.pr. 
Kent, Bart, [late Erilcton, of Fornhani St. Geiie\ieve, 

SufF. 3 Aug. 170"2; since of Grantham-llouse, Line] 

gu. three roses crm.^Crest, a lion's bead, erased and 

collared. 
Acnt, [Thafcham, Berks.] az. a lion pass, guard, or, a chief 

erra. — Crest, a lion's head, eraseil, erminois, collared 

lined, and riiiped nz. ( Avother crest, a lion's head, 

erased, or, cellared and armed sa.) 
Ami, [Berks. ; Glouc. ; Line. ; Warw . ; Duvis, AVill.';. ; and 

^ orks. Orutded by likhard St. G'eor(/e] The same 

.'irrns and crests. 
Acnt, [Ireland] quarterly, gii. and or, four rouiifiles, two 

and two, counterchanged. — Crest, a bridge of three 

arches ppr. 
Acnt, [Suft". and Wilts.] gu. three cinquefoils erm. 
Acnt, gu. three cinquefoils erm. ))ierced or. 
Acnl, quarterly, gu. and or, on a label of three jioints sa. 

nine bezants. 
Acnl, .., a chcv. betw. three hawks' heads ... — Crest, a 

wolf's head coiiped. 
ncnt, az. a lion pass, or, a chief eim. 
Arnt, per fesse, or and sa. a pale and three water-boiigets 

counteichanged. 
^f'f, av. a fesse gu. 
Aynt, gu. a chief ar. 
Ar)j/^ gu. three cinquefoils or. 

I^entbuky, sa. a chev. betw. three spread eagles or. 
J^f-NTiiORPE, ar. a fesse betw. three escallo)is gii. 
^'K^'TisH, Kentishbey, Kentle.'^ p.er, or Kentis- 

•itRY, [Somcrs.] gu. a pair of wings, conjoined, ar. 



over all a beiiillet az.— Crest, a demi ostrich .., with 
wings endorsed .., holding iu the beak a horse-slioc ... 

Kenton, ar. a fret az. over all a fesse gn. charaed with 
three mnlli ts or. — Crest, a dexter hand, coiijied, fessc- 
ways, gu. holding a fieur-de-lis or. 

henton. The same arms. — Crest, on a chapcau gu. turned 
up or, a lion ])ass. guard, ar. crowned with a ducal co- 
ronet p|)r. 

Kenton, sa. a clie\. belw. three cinquefoils or. 

Kentwooi>, [Berks.] ar. (Another, or) on a bend betw. 
six (Auiither, three) cross crosslets filchee sa. three 
ciiiqiiefolls or. 

Kcntwood, or, on a bend betw. three ciosses jiallee, fitch6e 
at the font, sa. as many cinquefoils of the first. 

Aentieood, gu. three roses erm. 

Kentwoud , ar. thiee cinqueloils gu. 

Ken WICK, gn. on a bend engr. ar. three roses of the field. 

Kenwiek, ar. three martlets gu.; on a chief of the second, 
as many martlets of the first. — Crest, an arm, in armour, 
holding up an esquire's helmet, ppr. 

Kenwokthy, ar. a fesse counter-componee, oi- and gu. 
betw. three eagles disjjl. sa. 

KENWKicKf,, oj- Kenrick, [Berks. ; Lane; Northamp- 
ton ; iind Ower, Saloj)] erm. a lion rarnj). sa. — Crest, on 
a bundle of arrows, lying fesseways, or, feathered and 
iicaded ar. Iiouml sa. a hawk, close, of the second, beaked 
and belied of the first. 

Keny. See Keney. 

Kkn YAM, sa. a chev. engr. or, betw. three crosses patonce 
ar. 

Kenyan, [Loudon ; and Easthall, 0.\on, 1590] sa. a 
cross lozeiigy ar. in the chief dexter point an ea^le displ. 
of the second. — Crest, a demi lion ar. suppoitiug a 
battle-axe or, handle gu. 

Kenyngton. See Keningham. 

Kenyon, Lord KENVON, ISaron of Grcdinglon, Flints, 
and a Baronet. [Creations, Bart. 1782 ; Lord and Ba- 
ron, 9 June, 17rt3. licsidcnees, Gre(lin'.iton Hall. Llles- 
niere, Flints. 'Joicn JJoiise, 9, Portman Square] si. a 
chev. engr. or, betw. three crosses flory ar. — Crest, a 
lion, coueliant, ppr. holding a cross tloiy nr. Supporters, 
dexter, a female figure, representing Prudence, robed or, 
holding in her dexter hand a mirror of the last, framed 
gold, rays surrounding her head ; sinister. Fortitude, re- 
presented by a female figure habited in a coat of mail 
ppr. robed gu. her lower drapery or, supported by a pil- 
lar also )ipr. and holding in the dexter hand a sprig of 
laurel vert. Motto, J\Iu<puniiiniter enieeni sustinc. 

KenijoK, sa. a cross lozengy ar. over all a bend gobonafed, 
or and gu.— Crest, on a rock, a dove and olive branch, 
all jipr. 

Keogh, [Ireland] sa. three escallops, in pale, or. — Crest, 
an arm, embowed, ppr. vested az. holding a coveredcup 
or. 

Keorjh, [Ireland] ar. a lion ramp. gu. in the de.xter chief, 
a dexter hand; in the sinister chief, an increscent of the 
last. — Crest, a boar pass. az. aimed and crined or. 

Keppei,, Earl of ALBEMAIILE, A'iseount I'urv, and 
15aron of Asliford, Kent. [Creation, 10 /•'«•/;. Itiyij". ]{e- 
sidcnccs, Quiddenham, Norf. and Bagshot, Surrey] gu. 
three cscalloj)s ar. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a 
demi swan, close, ppr. Sii|)|)orters, two lions or, diicallv 
crowned of the last. Motto, Nc cede inaiis. 

Krppel, [Midd.] The same arms. 

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K E R 

Kepi'YNG, lozens:)', or and az. ; on a chief p;u. a lion 
pass, or, betw. t\\o bezants, each charged with a Heur- 
de-lis of the setoiul. 

Kevwith, [\\'arw.] ar. tlirce bars gii. in chief a grey- 
iiciijiid, current, sa. collared or. 

Kek, Dii,ke and Earl of ROXnURGII, Marquess of 
Bcannioiit and Cessford, Earl of Kelso, Viscount 15rox- 
nioudi, liaron Kcr of Cessford and C'a^erton, and a 
Baronet. [Cnatiuns, Earl of Uoxburyli, Lord Kcr of 
Cessford and Caverton, 10 Sept. IGIG, v.ith liniitat'on 
to his issue niale; \>y a new grant of the same honors 
10-10, with tile |ireccdci)cc of 1010, and [towers to tlic 

. grantee to nominate a snccessor ; Duke of Roxbiiruli, 
Marquess of Cessford and Beauniount, Earl of Kelso, 
and \"isc. Broxinoutl), 1707, with remainder to the heirs 
succeeding to tlie taridom of Roxburgh. Residence, 
FIcnrs, Roxbciruli] quarterly ; first and foiirlli, vert, on 
a chcv. betw. three unicorns' heads, erased, ar. aruied 
and maned or, as many mullets sa. for Kcr; second and 
third, gu. three maselcs or, for Wcaponf. — Crest, a uni- 
corn's head, erased, ar. armed and maned or. Supporteis, 
t\>o Savages, wreathed about the head and waist v ith 
oak-leaves, eacii holding with the exterior hand a club 
resting upon the shoultier, all ppr. Motto, Pro Christv 
ei patria, clulcc pcriciifinn. 

Ker, Marquess and Earl of LOTHI.AN, Earl of Ancrani, 
Baron Xewbottle, and Baron Jedburgh, in Scotland ; 
Baron Ker of Kersheugh, in the peerage of the U. K. 
[Crcatioris, Baron New bottle, 15 Oct. 1587 ; Earl of 
Lothian, 10 July, 1000; Baron of Jeuburi:h, 2 Fe/j. 
10'22 ; Earl of Ancrani and Marquess, 23 .hiiie, 1701 ; 
Baron Ker, 14 Juli/, 1821. Residence, Newbottle House, 
Mid-Lothian] quarterly; first and fourth, az. the suii 
in splendour ppr. a coat of augmentation for the title of 
Lothian ; second and third, gu. on a chev. ar. three 
mullets of the field, for the Lordship of Jedburgh. — 
Crest, the sun, as in the arms. Su])porlcrs, dexter, an 
Hiigel ])pr. vested az. surcoat vert, winged and criiied or; 
sinister, a unicorn ar. armed, maned, and uiignled or, 
gorged with a collar gu. cliarged with three mullets ar. 
iNIotto, Scro scd serin. 

Ker, [London. Grauled 1800] gu. on a cbcv. betw. a 
ficur-de-lis in chief, and a martlet in base, ar. three iind- 
lets of the field. — Crest, a stag's head, erased, or. Mot- 
to, Deus solamen. 

Kcr, [Mscount of Rochest<:r and Earl Somerset] gu. on 
a chev. ar. three mullets of the first, in the dexter chief 
point, one of the lions of England. 

Ker, [Earl of Aiurain] quarterly; iirst and fourth, erm. 
on a chief, per pale, ar. and gu. a lion pass, counter- 
t'lianged ; second and third, gu. on a cliev. ar. three 
mullets of the first. — Crest, a stag's bead and neck, 
coujied, ar. collared gu. charged with three mullets of 
tiie first, issuing out of an open crowu or. Motto, Tout 
droit. 

Kcr, [Lord Jedburgh] gu. on a chcv. ar. three mullets of 
the first, in base a stag's head, erased, or.- — Crest, a 
stag's head, erased, or. (Pont has it, a buck's head, 
cabosscd ppr. armed or.) Motto, Poniard. 

Kcr, [Abbot-Rnle, Scotland] The same arms as the Mar- 

(jucss of Lothian, with a unicorn's head, erased, pjir. in 

the centre for difi". — Crest, the sun rising out of a cloud 

ppr. Motto, J'ovancr. 

Kcr, [Blackshiells, Scotland] vert, on a chev. betw. three 



KER 

holly-leaves, ar. as many mullets gu.— Crest, a unicorn's 
head, erased, ar. -Motto, I'lrcscit vulncre virtus. 

Ker, [Cavers, Scotland] ^u. on a chev. ar. three stars of 
the field, all within a borduie < hcijuy, of the second and 
first. — Crest, a stag's head, erased, pj)r. with ten tvnes 
or. Motto, y'o?;/ droit. 

Kcr, [Cliatto, Scotland] The same as of Grcenhead, within 
a bordure az. 

Ker, [Ualphington, Scotland] quarterly; first and fourth, 
gu. on a chev. ar. three mullets of the first; second and 
third, or, on a chev. az. betw. three crosses moline ju. 
as many mullets ar. 

A'cr, [Faldonside, Scotland] quarterly; first ami fourth, 
veit, on a chcv. ar. betw. three unicorns' heads, erased, 
of the last, as many stars gu. ; second and third, or, on 
a bend ax. three mascles of the first, for JInli/hurlon. 

A'cr, [Feriielie, Scotland] vert, on a chev. ar. three stars 
gu. and in base a pelican, vulning herself, or. 

lier, [Grecnhead, Scotland] gu. on a chev. ar. three mul- 
lets of the first, a buck's head, erased, in base, in chief, a 
crescent of the second. 

Ker, [Littlcdaiic, Scotland] quarterly ; first and fourth, 
vert, on a chev. ar. three stars gu. in base a uniLorn's 
head, erased, of the second ; second and third, az. three 
crosses moline ar. for Ainslcy, of Dolphinston. 

Ker, [Moristoun, Scotland] quarterly ; first and fourth, 
vert, on a chcv. ar. three mullets uu. in base a unicorn's 
head, erased, of the second; second and third, az. three 
crosses moline ar. all within a bordure of the last. — 
Crest, a unicorn's head, conpcd, ar. collared az. charged 
with three crosses moline of the first. JNIctto, Duke pro 
putrid pcricvliDii. 

Ker, [Newbottle, Scotland] per fesse, gu. and vert, on a 
chev. ar. betw. three mascles in chief or, and a unicorn's 
head, erased, in base, of the third, three mullets of the 
first. 

Ker, [Samuelstoun, Scotland] ar. a unicorn, salient, sa. 
horned or. 

Ker, [Sutherland Hall, Scotland] gu. on a chev. ar. three 
stars of the first, in base a stag's head, erased, ( .Ano- 
ther, a hunting horn or, stringed ar.) all within a bor- 
dure iiivecked, of the second. — Crest, a dexter hand 
holding a dagiier p|)r. Motto, Abest timor. 

Kcr, [Trihorn, Scotland] vert, on a chcv. ar. betvv. three 
unicorns' lieads, erased, . ., as many mullets . .. 

Keray, and Kerrey. The same arms as Keiiey. 

Keruy, ar. on a fesse gu. three cross ciosslets or. — Crest, 
a hand, in armour, holding a pheon, ppr. 

Kerby, ar. on a fesse vert, three crosses pattee or. 

Kercey'. See Kerey. 

Kerchek, [Norf. Granted April, IGOG] ar. a cross 
crosslet az. ; on a chief of the. last three bezants. 

Kcrcher, [Norf. Granted April, 1000] or, three cross 
crosslels az. ; on a chief of the last, as many bezants. 

Kcrcher, or Kcrther, or, three crosses botonnee az. ; oil 
a chief of the last, as many bezants. — Crest, a cross 
botonnee az. betiv. two wings, inverted, saltierways, or. 

Kcrcher, Kcrslier, or Kershnr, ar. three cross crosslets 

sa. ; on a chief az. as many bezants. 
Kkrchinai.i,, [Paruell,N.an!|i.] gu. three horsscs, current, 
ar. — Crest, a demi bay liorso, armed and bridled or, on 
his head three feathers az. or, and ar. 
Kercy, or Kersey, ar. guttec dc poix, a saltier gu, — 
Crest, a boar's head, coupcd, or. 



K E R 

fiin-u, i;u- "U a cliicf ar. a crescent of the first. 
KkKUE"-!., gu. six annulets ar. two, two, and two. 
Kkkdcsto, gu. a saltier engr. betw. four cross crosslets 

ar. 
Kkkdeston, [Norf. and Siift". Temp. Edw. I.] gu. a 

saltier engr. ar. 
Kehdiff. See Kf.udiffe. 

Kkhdifff., [Ireland] ar. a cbev. gu. betw. three door- 
staples sa. 
Ivi'rdiffc, az. a fessc or. — Crest, a hind, sejant, reguard. 

rising the dexter foot on a mount vert. 
J\iiili(f'e, az. a fesse betw. six mullets or. — Crest, out of a 

lower |)j)r. a lion rani|). or. 
h'irdiffc, or Kerdijf, az. a fessc betw. six martlets or. 
h'eidif/e, ar. a ehev. betw. three door-stajiles sa. 
Klkdiston, gu. a saltier engr. ar. — Crest, out of .a 

lower, a denii gritlin ppr. 
KliKDSTON, [Norf.] gu. a saltier engr. or. 
Kenhtojt. The same arms. — Crest, a dexter hand, apau- 

niee, couiied, ftssew:iys. 
Kkresforth, [Keresforth, Yorks.] az. two millrinds, 

fesseways, in i)ule, ar, — Crest, a deini lion rairsp. gu. 

holding ill tlie paws a niiliriiid, palewavs, ar. 
Kerey, or Kekcey, ar. a saltier gu. betw. twelve giittecs 



or and gu. — Crest, two dol- 



Keufoud, ar. a fesse embattled sa. betw. three butterflies 

gu- 
KeRGOURDENAC, ehequj 

phins, endorsed, ))pr. 
Kkriell, and KiiRioLL. See Ckioll. 
KkukeoNell, ar. a cliev.betw. three cross crosslets, sa. 
Kf.rkbride, or ICerkbrigg, ar. a saltier engr. vert. 
Kerkeby, sa. tv.0 lions pass. or. 
Kekkele, gu. two bars or, in chief three keys ar. wards 

upward. 
Kerkham, [Devoiis.] erni. three lions ramp. gu. a bor- 

dure engr. sa. 
Kerle, [Granted bi/ Covk] vert, on a chev. or, betw. three 

fleurs-de-lis of the second, a einqucloil gu. — Crest, on a 

mount vert, a hedgehog or. 
Kernaey, ar. a liemi lion ramp. az. a canton of the last. 

■ — Crest, a cubit arm ppr. holding a crescent sa, 
Kernby, or Kernaby, ar. two bars az. in chief three 

hurts. 
Kkrne, [Truro, Cornw.] sa. a cross crosslet, in saltier, ar. 

betw. four crescents or. — Crest, on a mount vert, a 

greyhound, current, per pale, or aiid ar. collared gu. 
heme, sa. a cross crosslel, in saltier, ar. (Another adds, 

a crescent in chief.) 
heme, vert, six doves ar. three, two, and one. 
herne, ar. a chev. betw. three lobsters' claws gu. 
K.KRNEY, vert, on a chev. ar. three pheons sa. — Crest, a 

unicorn, sejant, sa. armed nud maned or. 
Kerr, Marque.ss of LO'nil.XX. SeeKER. 
"I'v, [Northampton. Granted MiM] gu. on achev.. betw. 

^ (leur-de-lis in chief, ami a mullet in base, ar. three 

uiullets of the first. — Crest, a stag's head, erased, or. 

'•lotto, Deus sulamcn. 
AVrr, [East India Co.'s Service. Granted 180G.] The 

/^nie, with the chev. embattled. 
hcrr, [Bughtrigg. Granted 1787] gu. on a chev. ar. 

thrte mullets of the field, all within a bordiire of the se- 
cond. — Crest, the sun ppr. JNlotto, A Deo Ivmen. 
'^<^tr, vert, on a chev. betw. three unicorns' heads, erased, 



K E S , 

ar. us m.niN mullets sa.— Crest, a chevalier in complete 
armour, holding a horse by the head, i>pr. 

Kerr, ^n. iw a chev. ar. ihr.i' mullets of the field, betw. a 
fleur-de-lis in . Iii.f, o . inii a <;<>ve, in base, of the se- 
cond, |..:ikeil and mi'iid.ered gu. a crescent for diflf. — 
Crest, a sl.in's h'T.il, trasi'<l, ppr. (Another, or.) 

Kerry. S>e Kkray. 

Kkrimch, (ir KliURICK, [ I>eisingli3m, Norf.] sa. on a 
l)ile ar. a calirap of ihe fir>t. 

Kfmmww.y., [Gr<inted\'i June, \(iii)^ The same. 

Kerriem.. See Crieli.. 

IvERRisoN, i'.art. [Wick-iluiise, Suss. 8 Aug. 1021. 
Timn ILuie, 21, Cavendish Scjuire] or, a pile az. 
charged with three caltr.ips of the field. — Crest, on a 
moiint vert, a tiger pass. ppr. collared and lined or, the 
dexter fore |iaw resting; on a caltiap, as in the arms. 
Motto, Rivn sans Dim. 

fvEKRY, [liinweston and 'Wortham, Salop] per saltier, 
crm. and az. — Crest, a bee-hive sa. with bees, volant, or. 

Ker!;yi,i., ar. a bend gu. and a canton, sa. — Crest, a 
lion rani]!, sii- hoUling a sword, in pale, ppr. 

Kersey. See Kercy. 

Ker.SHAR, and KersUER. SecKERCHER. 
Kershaw, gu. a chev. erm. betw. three cimjuefoils or, 

stalked and leaved vert. — Crest, a ram pass. ppr. 
Kcrshaic, gu. a sword, in pale, ar. hilt and poniel or, in 

base, a serpent, nowed, vert; on a chief of the third, 

three uurllets, sa. 
Kersteman. — Crest, a demi man, in armour, holding in 

the dexter hand an arrow, in bend dexter. 
Kerswele, [Douthill, Devons.] sa. a bend or, over all a 

label of four jioints, ar. 
Kersy, gu. a bend engr. or, betw. six bezants. 
?vErther. See Kerch Ei;. 

Kerton, ar. a fesse gu. in chief a chev. of the last. 
Kervele. See Karveli.. 
Kervill, [King's Lynn, Norf.] gu. three leopaids' heads, 

reversed, or, jessant-de-lis sa. 
Kervill, or Canill, [Norf.] gu. a chev. or, betw. three 

linns' (or, leopards') faces ar. 
Kervyee, [Wnllington, Norf.] gu. three lco])ards" heads 

ar. jessant-de-lis sa. — Crest, two lions' gumbs, erect, ar. 

hoLlinii- bi hv. their claws a cone, reversed, gu. 
Kernile, [W'ipgenhall, Norf.] gu. a chev. or, betw. three 

leo|)rirds' heads ar. — Crest, a goat ]>ass. sa. attires and 

beard or. 
KERWEr.E, or Carvile, [Norf.] gu. a chev. ar. betw. 

three leopards' faces or. — Crest, a goat pass. sa. 

armed or. 
Keryele, [Kent] ar. a chev. canton, and beud, gu. 
Kenjell, ar. a canton and bend gu. — Crest, an arm, in 

armour, cniboweil, couped at the shoulder, the part 

above the elbow in fesse, resting on the wreath, the 

hand in pale, holding a close helnut, all ppr. 
Kesacks, per |)ale, or, and az. a fessc counfcrchanged. 
Kesakes, and KesaLE. The same. 
Kess.\L!,, or Kessele, ar. live lozenges, in cross, gu. 
Kestell. [Kestell, Cornw.] or, three lowers gu. — Crest 

a demi bull erm. attired and unguled sa. collared and 

lined of the last. 
Kestell, [Kcsti'll, Cornw.] ar. a chev. sa. betw. three 

falcons, rising, or.; — Cre^t, a tower. 
Kestell, [Pidney, Cornw.] ar. a chev. sa. betw. ihree fal- 
cons, close, pjir. legged aiu! belled or. 



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■Kkston, az. a fessc crm. betw. tlircc loopards' heads, per 

jKilf, or, and ar. 
KktcHIN, [Siotlntiil] ar. o;i a cliev. quarterly, cu. and sa. 

bctw. three bustards of the stcciid, as many bezants. — 

Crest, a pelican's head, erased, vulniii'^, pjir. 
KETciliNO, ur. on a tliev. gu. betw. tiirec cormorants sa 

as many bezants. 
Kete, [St. Cnllonib, Cornw.] ar. three cats i)ass. in pule, 

sa. 
Ketklky, a/, a saltier, embattled, couiiter-cmbatlicd, 

bctw. four martlets ar. 
Kkteuiuge, [London, Granted 1b93] sa. a lion ramp. 

or.- — Crest, out of a mural coronet, a lion's head or. 
Keterton, ar. a ebev. betw. three cinquefoils sa. 
Kf.TioisD, [Glouc] gu. a chev. betw. three bulls' heads 

ar. attired or. 
Kvffoid, gu. on a chev. ar. three mullets of the first; in 

c)iicf two bneks' heads, erased, of the second, attired or. 

— Crest, a stag's head, erased, aflrontce. 
Kclford, f;u. on a chev. or, betw. two bucks' heads, erased, 

ar. in chief, and a cat pass, in base, or, as many mullets, 

)Merced, of the fust. 
Kkthai.l, )ialy of six, gu. and ar. a chief az. 
Kktiie, ar. on a chief gu. three i)alets or. 
Ketiiing, [Ireland] ar. a saltier gu. betw. four pinc- 

aj>ples. — Crest, a dexter hand, holding a pine-branch, 

ppr. 
Ketkich. Same arms as Kf.teridge. 
KetsI'OKD, ar. a bend lozengy sa. 
Ketsok, [Lane, and London] sa. three fishes, haurient, 

af. ; on a chief, or, a lion ramp. gn. betw. two ogresses, 

each charged with an anchor of the third. 
Ketson, [London] sa. three fishes, hanrient, ar. ; on a chief 

or, an ogress charged with an anchor of the third, betw. 

two torteauxes. 
Ketson, sa. three fishes, haurient, ar.; on a chief or, as 

many ogresses. — Crest, a lion's head, erased, in the 

mouth a trefoil, slipped, all ppr. 
Kett, [Kellsall, SuiL Granted 1756] or, a lion ramp. 

guard, gu. betw. three ltoj)ards' heads sa. — Crest, on a 

mount vert, a peacock, ppr. Motto, Raraaih in triris. 
Kkitklby, az. a saltier, embattled, counter-embattled, 

betw. four birds ar. — Crest, a lion's head, erased, gu. 

in the mouth an arrow az. feathered ar. 
Kettle, [London] az. a btnd, betw. two bucks' heads, 

erased, or. 
Kettlti. The same arms. — Crest, a bundle of five arrows 

ppr. buckled or, bandcil gu. 
Kettleby, [Gloue. Line, and Steple, Saloj)] ar. two 

chev. sa. a iile of three points gu. — Crest, a lion's head, 

erased, gu. 
Kettkhy, az. a saltier, raguly, ar. betw. four martlets or. 
KettKliij, az. a saltier, raguiy, betw. four martlets ar. 
Ketton, ar. three Icoitaids" heads sa. — Crest, a hoar's 

head, cou|.ed, in fessc, betw. two branches of laurel, 

disposed in orle, ppr. 
Ketton, az. six garbs, or, three, two, and one. 
Ketvn, ar. a saltier gu. betw. four leaves vert. 
KeL'x, az. two keys, harways, in jiale, the ward of the 

one in chief, to the dexter, "and that in base to the sinis- 
ter, ar. — Crest, a mound crossed and baiuled, ppr. 
Kevelioc, or Keveiiok, az. six garbs or, three, two, 

and one. 
Keveli-, ar. a fessc, llory, sa. 



KeVERAM. See KENER.\^f. 

Keveiid.m.e, [Lane] rpuirlerly, ar. and sa. four leopard.-.' 
hca<ls, ccuMterehan^ed. 

Keverdon, [Keverilon, Lane.] per bend sinister, az. and 
or, a gritliii, segreant, coiinlerchangfd, within a bordure 
engr. and gobonated, ar. ruid sa. — Crest, a buck's head, 
per ]iale, ar. and az. attired, connterchanged. 

Keverei.l, [Keverell, Cornw.] sa. two lions pass. or. 

A'evcrcll, [Wa-.w.] ar. a chev. sa. betw. three mullets, gu. 

Kevermosi), gu. an eacile displ. or. 

Kevltt, [M'arw.] ar. a che\'. bclw. three deuii lions ramp. 
])urj>. — Crest, a demi lion ran)p. pur)), murally gorged, 
lined, and ringed, or. 

Kevette, [Coventry. Gravted 1550] The same arms. 

Kevii.l, sa. a chev. 0|- ; on a chief ar. three mullets gu. 

Kew, [Vorks.] az. six garbs or, three, two, and one. — 
Crest, a demi lion or, holding betw. the pa«s a garb az. 

Kextmell, ar. a le(v|)ard's face bctw. three mullets gu. 

Key, [Perth, Scothuid] .., in chief a stag's head, eraied, 
..,and in base three arrows, one in j>ale and two in sal- 
tier, jioints downward. — Crest, a martlet volant. f.Totto, 
In Deo sola spes mea. 

Kei/, ar. two bends sa. — Crest, a greyhound's head ar. 
charged with three roundks sa. 

Key, sa. a chev. ending in the middle point willi a fleur- 
de-lis, ar. 

Keyhell, harry uebulec of six, ar. and sa. a canton erra. 
(Another, gu.) 

Keydali.. See Kedall. 

Keydesisy, sa. a fesse ar. bclw. two chev. or. 

Keydon,-— Crest, a iloljihin, increscent, on his back. 
Motto, Arise la fin. 

Keye, [Milleomb, Oxon. Granted 1608] ar. two bend- 
lets, huniellee, )Mirp. — Crest, a grithn's hea<l, coupedat 
the breast, wings endorsed, ar. holding in the beak a key 
or. 

Keyes, [Kentl gu. a chev. erm. betw. three leopards' 
heads ar. ( A not Iter, or ) 

Keyes. The same arms. — Crist, a griflin's head betw. two 
wings, holding a ];alm-brancli, ]ipr. 

Keyfield, gu. a fleui-de-Iis erm. 

Keyi.e, or, on two bars sa. six martlets ar. betw. three 
billets, longways, gu. — Crcs'. i wcnjan'shead and shoul- 
ders az. face ]>pr. hair disbi. celled, and chaplet on the 
head, or. 

Keylley. See Kelly. 

Keymer, [Clielbrongh, Dois.] ar. three wolves, current, 
in pale, az. a bordure ... 

Kci/rner, ar. three wolves, current, in pale, az. a bordure 
of the last. — ^Crcst, an ass pass. ppr. 

Keymiche. SeelxEMtSH. 

Keymis, [Ka\ en- Mm blcy .Glamorganshire] vert, on a chev. 
ar. three biubed arrow-iiends sa. 

Keyne, [Cretingham, Snfl'.] ar. a talbot pass. sa. ears and 
collar or. 

Keyne, [Rowlesby, Norf.] The sauic, with a crescent. ■ 

Keyne, fSulT.] ar. a talbot pass. sa. eared and collared ar. 
on a chief indented az. thiee cross crosslets of the third. 
(Another, three crosses botoiinee.) — Crest, six arrows, in 
saltier, pi)r. feathered ar. barbed or, tied with a ribbon 
sa. 

Ki.ynell. Sec Kaynell. 

Keynes, oj- Keyneto, [Tarcnt, Dors. Temp. Henry I.] 
vair, tliree bars gu. 



KID 

A'. vii<>, '"■ /i'''V/''i>'. gu. bczantec, a liiief crni. — Cnst, a 

t'lo.ss crossUt tltclice gu. betw. two |)alni-l)ranclies vert. 
S,'inrs,oT Krigncs, az. hczaiitee, a chief crni. — C^c.^t, a 

l.illiut pass. sa. tollaietl ar. 
A<i/'"'»"> "■' ^'''i"'*'*. az. a benii wavy, LOttised, ar. 
K K Y N liTO. , See Key n es. 
Ki VM<)N, [Lane] sa. a tliev. engr. or, betw. tliree crosses 

tlory ar. — Crest, a lion, sejaut, ppr. resting the dexter 

j.iiw oil a cross floiy ar. 
Kkvks, sa. a chev. ar. 
Kk^vs, quarterly, or and az.four crescents couiiterchanged. 

-Crest, a iMinerva's head ppr. 
Kiijs, gu. a cros.s cros!:lct or. 
KiYi", [Eliriiigion, Glouc] az. a chev. betw. three kites' 

heads, erased, or. — Crest, a kites' head, erased, or. 
Kkvtf,, [Chesselhoiiie, Dors ; London ; and Wore] The 

.v;iiiie arms. — Crest, a unicorn's head, erased, ar. armed 

aud i-«llaied gu. 
Kiiir.LK, [Scotland] ar. a chev. betw. three nmllets gu. — 

Crest, an antique crown az. 
kibble, ar. t«o bars sa. in fesse a cinquefoil betw. as many 

descents az. — Crest, a Roman fasces in pale. 
Kin<)i:c)\v, gu. a l)i'nd betw. twoiions ramp. or. 
KlcnAUU, or, billeltt'c, a lion ramp. az. 
KiDli, fXorf.j az. a fcsse betw. tiirce lozenges ar. 
A Uld, [^Scotland] ar. a tree, eradicated, vert, pendent from 

a branch, on the dexter side, a bugle-horn, stringed, sa. ; 

on a chief az. a lleur-de-lis belw. two niullets of the field. 

— Crest, a crescent ar. Motto, Dcmec implcat orbcm. 
Kittil, az. two goats, salient, combatant, ar. — Crest, a 

martlet, wings enilorsed, ppr. 
Kll>liALL, [Cornu.] ar. a chev. betw. three dolphins sa. 
Ki'tdall, [South Ferehy, Line] sa. a saltier, raguly, ar. — 

Crest, a goal's head, erased, ar. ducally gorged, attired, 

and bearded or. 
Kiddall. See Kedall. 
KiDDELi., alias ]5fn\er, [Camden, Glouc.] paly of six, 

or and gu. ; on a chief az. three lions ramp, of the first. 

— Crest, a talbot's head ar. gorged with a collar az. 

studded and rimmed or. 
.KliiDERMiSTER, az. two chev. or, betw. three bezants. — 

Crest, a greyhound's head ar. gorged with a fesse dan- 

cettee az. charged with three bezants. 
KiliLEY, alias I'oYNTElJ, [Dcvons.] gu. three pales or ; 

on a chief of the second, as many ogres-scs. 
fiidlci/. The same arms. — Crest, a turhot-lish, naiant, az. 
Kidney, [London, and Market-Harborough, Leic. Granted 

17fjo] az. on a chev. or, betw. two lambs in chief, and a 

ram in base, ar. three lambs' kidneys gn. — Crest, on a 

mount verf, an eagle reguard. rising, pjir. in the beak a 

kiihiey as in the arras. 
KlUsoN, J, r. Esq. [Bishopwearmoutli, Durham] sa. three 

Sidn)ons, erect, ar. two and one, a chief or. — Crest, a 

uiriiorn's head ar. attired and mancd or, environed with 

palisadoes of thelast. iMotto, Pro rct/e ct ler/e. 

(See PI. of Arms) 
"idsoti, ar. a chev. engr. betw. three leaves pendent, . .. 
^'invALi,, or KlNWOLD, ar. a mullet sa.over all a bend 

S'niihier gu. 
'^"Iwoll^ or, a fesse dancettee gu. 
l^ii'W ALLEY, or, a fesse danceUee gu. 
j^'iJWALLY, az. a wolf ramp. ar. collared and chained gu. 
^'UWELL, [Wales] az. a wolf, salient, or. collared az. be- 

2iintee. 



K 1 L 

hiduH'll, az. a wolf, salient, ar. coliaicd gu. — Crest, a 

peacock's head, coupcti, ppr. 
KlEDESTON, . ., a saltier eiiur. betw. four cross crosslets. 
KfER, [Scollanil] ar. a cross cngr. sa. betw. four roses gu. 

— Crest, on the ))oiiit of a sword, erect, p])r. a garland 

vert. 
KiERNAN, [Ireland] per chev. nebulee, gu. and or, iu 

base a torteaux. — Crest, a dcmi antelope erm. collared 

KiFFiN, [Essex] gu. a lion ramp. ar. 

Kiffui, [Kiiolyrante, Sal"])] j)cr fesse, ar. and sa. a lion 

ramp, counlcrchangcd. 
Kijjiii. The same arms.— Crest, on a garland of laurel, 

orleways, a lion jiass. ppr. 
Kiffiii, [Salop] ar. a chev. gu. betw. three pheons sa. two 

in chief, lying i'esseways, point to point, and one in base, 

erect. 
KiGiiLEY', [Ches. and Yorks.] ar. a fesse and bordure sa. 
Kifjldetj, [Gray, Essex; and Yorks.] ar. a fesse sa. — Crest, 

a dragon's head, couped, sa. 
Kighky. The same arms. — Ciest, a dragon's head, era- 
sed, sa. 
Kighlcy, or Kightlcy, [Lane. ; South Littleton, Wore.; and 

Keighley, Yorks.] ar. on a fesse sa. a mullet or. — Crest, 

a dragon's head, coui)ed, sa. 
Kighlcy, [Yorks.] ar. on a fesse sa. an annulet of the first. 
KiGHOo, gu. a fesse ar. in chief three mascles of the first. 

KiGHTLEY. See KiGHLEY. 

KlHFORij, per bend, ar. and sa. a lion ramji. counl'^r- 
changod. 

KiKlNGTON, alian Coi.UROOKE, ar. a lion ramp, sa.; on 
a fesse or, three cross crosslets fitchee of the second. 

KlLBDRNE, [Hawkeburst, Kent ; and London] ar. a chev. 
az. betw. three bald coots, close, sa. heads ar. beaks 
tawny. — Crest, a bald coot p]ir. 

KlLBY, ar. three torteauxe.s, in fesse, betw. two barrulets 
az. — Crest, a band issuing from a cloud in fesse, jjoiiitins 
to a crosier in pale, ppr. 

KlLCHE, sa. a lion ramp. ar. 

KlLCHECH, [Kdeheck, Lane] quarterly; first and fourth, 
ar. an eaaie sa. taking up a child gw. face ppr.; second 
and third, ar. a gritiin, segreanl, sa. 

KlLCHECHK, ar. an ea;le sa. seizing on a child, the face 
ppr. wrapped gu. swaddled or. 

KlLDARE, cnii. a saltier gu. 

KiLDER)!EE, [SutV.] erm. on a bend, cottised, betw. two 
crosses pattic gu. three escallops ... — Crest, a demi 
cockatrice or, charged on the breast with an escallop, 
and on each wing w ith a cross jiattce . . . 

Kii.EGn. See Knilegh. 

Kll.GOUU, [.Scotland] ar. a dragon pass. sa. within a circu- 
lar bordure of the last, charged with three mnllets of 
the lirst. — Crest, a mullet or, betw. two wings gu. 

Kilgovr, or Killgnwr, [Scotland] ar. a dragon with wings 
dis|)l. within a bordure inwaidly circular sa. char-aed with 
three ciescenls of the fiist. — Crest, a crescent ar. 

Kilgonr, [Scotland] ar. a wivern displ. sa. within a circu- 
lar bordure of the last, chargetl with two stag's' heads, 
cabossed, in chief, and a crescent, in base, of l!ie first. — 
Crest, a crescent ar. Motto, Cradtitiiii. 

Kilgour, [fiurnrig] — Crest, a wivern, will) wings endorsed, 
the tail ending with a head. 

KlLHA.M, or, a morion gu. 

KlLlNGWURTlI. bee KlLLlNGV.OHTH. 

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Kill, [Kill, Scolliuui] st. Iln-co ovuj peels or. 
KlLLACH, [Scotlrtiid] Hi. tlirie bav-loaves ar. — Crest, a 

horse puss. ar. 
KlLLEGKAVE, ar. Oil a eliev. sa. betw. three ))cliets, as 

many bezants. 
KlLLEGllKW, [Arwciiike, Cornw.] ar. an eagle tlispl. sa. 

williiu a bordure of the second, bL'zantee. — Crest, a demi 

lion sa. ciiurged with lliree bezants, in pale. (Another, 

in bend.) 
Killegrew, [Cornw.] ar. on a chev. sa. betw. three tor- 

teanxes, as many annulets of the field. (Another, tliree 

liezaiits.) 
KiUegmr, [Devoiis.] cu. three muscles or. 
Killpgreic, per pale, en. anri az. an eagle ilispl. with tvo 

heads, sa. within a bordure of the last. 
KiLLKGROUE, o/- Kii.r.iGUOUE, ar. an eagle, displ. with 

two beads, sa. a bordure of the last, bczantee. — Crest, 

a hand holding a braiicli of laurel ppr. 
KiLLERMAN, gii. six ficurs-tle-lis or, tliree, two, and one. 
KiLLEssoN, or Kyllmessane, sa. three swans ar. 

KiLLGOWR. See KiLGOUR. 

Killigrew, [Larochc, Cornw.] ar. an eagle, displ. with 
two heads, sa. a bordure of the last, bezantee. 

KlLLIGROlJE. See KlLLEGROUE. 

KiLLiNGBECK, [Leeds, Yorks.] ar. on a chev. sa. betw. 

three unicorns' lieaiis, conped, az. as many annulets 

or. 
KiLLiNGHALL, [Middleton St. Geortre, Durhatu] gu. a 

bend raguly ar. betw. three garbs of the last. 
Killinghall, [Ciiii'.b.] gu. a bend raguly ar. betw. two 

garbs or. 
KiLLiNGMARCH, per fesse erm. and ermines, a lion ramp. 

counterchanged. 
KlLLlNGW'ORTH, or KiLINGWORTH, [Sibble, Essex; and 

Killingworfh, N.nnib.] ar. three cinquet'oils, pierced, sa. 

• — Crest, a sea-horse az. ducallv gorged or, in the mouth 

a scroll, with this motto. Prate ct petago. 
Killingtvorth, ar. three scaling-ladders, bendways, gu. 
KiLLOME. See Kellam. 
KiLLOWE, [Dale, Cornw.] or, a chev. sa. in chief two 

cinquefoils, in base a mullet, of the second. 
Kilhwe. The same arms. — Crest, two hands issuing 

from clouds, in chief, sustaining an anchor, ppr. 
KlLLl HURST, or KiLLUHUST, [Yorks.] ar. on a chev. 

betw. three cross crosslets fitchcc sa. on the dexter side 

three fleurs-de-lis, and on the sinister as many martlets, 

or. 
KiLMAKCH. See KiN vveljiarcii. 
KiLMORE, az. three standing cups or. — Crest, a demi 

eagle, with two heads, wings disj)l. and ducally gorged. 
Kilmore, sa. an eagle displ. or. 
KiLNORK, sa. an eagle displ. ar. armed gu. 
KiLPATRiCK, az. a chief ar. 
Kilpatrick, az. a saltier, in chief, ar. 
Kilpatrick. The same as Kirkpalrick, Closburn. 
Kilpec, [Kilpec Castle, Hevef. Temp. Juhu] ar. a sword, 

in beud, sa. 
KiLRlNGTON, ar. a lion ramp. gu. depressed by a fesse 

or, charged with three crosses pattee fitchee sa. 
Kilsham. See Kelsham. 
KiLTON, or, three eagles displ. gu. 
KiLTRA, [Scotland] az. two crosses flory, pierced, ar. in 

chief, and a muUit, in base, of the last. 
Kiltra, [ScotlantI] az. a mullet or, Ix-tw. two crescents ar. 



Killra, az. two crescents and a star, in pale, ar. 
KiLWARBY, ar. on a bend gu. three eagles displ. of ihc 

fiehl. 
Kll.viNGTON, ar. a fesse gu. betw. three ermine spots sa. 
— Crest, out of a cloud, a hand holding a sealed letter, 
all ppr. 
KlMBELL, ar. a fesse wilhiu a bordure, engr. sa. 
KlMBEK, ar. three cornish choughs si. beaks anil leasgu.; 
on a chief of the second, as many mullets of the tirst. — 
Crest, a bull's head artrontee. Motto, Fraiigas iion 
Jiectcs. 
KiMBERLEV, ar. an oak-tree, eradicated, vert, frOctcd or. 
Kl.ME, az. a chev. or. 

Kimc, az. a chev. or, betw. three cross crosslets sa. 
KiMEETDN, [Uerb.] gu. a chev. vaire, ar. and sa. 
KiMERSTON, [Salop] ar. a chev. engr. betw. three mul- 
lets sa. 
j KiMPERLEY, az. on two bars ar. three mullets gu. two 
I and one. 
KiMPTON, sa. a saltier ar. ; on a chief of the second, a 
lion pass, of the first. — Crest, a crescent, parted per 
crescent, or and gii. 
iKlNAlRiJ, [of that Ilk] gu. a saltiti engr. and cantoned 

with four crescents or. 
I Kinnird, [Carss, Scotland J gu. three crescents or. 
\Kinaird, [Inchsture, Scotland] quarterly; first and fourth, 
gu. a saltier betw. four crescents or; second and third, 
I gu. three stars ar. for Kukakhj. — Crest, a garland of 
I laurel vert. Motto, Qui putitiir, vincit. 
! KiNARBY, ar. a (esse sa. lietw. three crescents gu. — Crest, 
' a flag gu. flotant to the sinister. 
I Kl.N ARDESLEY, [Salop] gu. crusily, a lion ramp. ar. 
I KlN ARDiSi.EY, az. scmee of cross crosslets or, a liort 
I ramp. ar. langned and armed gu. 
KlN.^RDSLY, az. a lion ramp. ar. within an orle of cross- 
lets of the second. 
! KiNASTON, criii. a chev. gu. 

i KiNCAiD, [of that Ilk] gu. on a fesse erm. betw. two 
I mullets, in chief, or, and a castle, tri|)le-towered, in base, 
masoned sa. a lozenge of the first. — Crest, a dexter 
hand, lioldiiig a chirurgeon'.s instrument, called bistoury, 
ppr. Motto, Incideiido siino. 
KlNCH, or Kl.NTCH, [Ireland] gu. a chev. betw. throe 
round buckles, fesseways, or. — Crest, a demi lion pjjr. 
holding bitw. the paws a round buckle, as in the arms. 
KiNCRAlGlE, sa. a fesse erm. betw. three crescents ar. 
Kinder, [Bishop of Bath an i Weils, 16"y7]..a saltier, 

embattled, couuterembatllcd, ... 
Kinder, or hyndcr, [Ely, Cauibr.; and Notts.] or, a co- 
lumn gu. betw. three coruish chonghs, ppr. — Crest, on a 
column or, .a coruish chough sa. beaked and legged gu. 
Kinder, ar. a fret sa. betw. two lions' heads, erased, in chief, 
and another, in base, of the last. — Crest, acrau.'s head, 
erased, ppr. 
Kinderton, az. two bars ar. 

KiNDON, or Kingdon, ar. a chev. sa. betw. three coru- 
ish choughs jipr. — Crest, an eagle's head erased. 
Kine, ar. two chev. sa. 
Kineiland, [Moriklaud, Scotland] az. a hare, salient, ar. 

round her neck a hiintiii'j horn sa. stringed gu. 
KlNERUY, ar. three lions pass, in pale gu. — Crest, on a 

chapcan <;u. turned up erm. a lion pass, of the first. 
KiNERSLEY, [North Cleobury, and Badger, Salop; and 
Stafl's.] az. crusily, a lion ramp. ar. — Crest, on a mount. 



KIN 

MTt, a preyliouiid, sejant, ar. collared or, under a holly- 
(rcr oftllL' ^lr^t, fVlKted nu. 
Kis<;, l-'"l of KINGSTON, Viscount Kinssliorough, and 
ll.irun Kingston, in the peerage of Ireland ; Baron 
Kiiii;^lon of Michrlstown, in that of the U. K. ; and a 
J'.iiroiiet [Creations, IJart. 27 Sept. lGO"i ; haron, 13 
.liilii 1701; V'istount, 15 Nav. 17(>Ci; I^^irl, 'lo Aug. 
17(;H; and B^iron in the U. K. 17 Jnlii lH-21. Rasi- 
ilcncc, Koekingham Park, Uosconinion. Town House, 
2:t, Hertford Street.] eu. two lions ramp, combatant, 
5iip|)orting a de.xter liand, couped at the wrist, and 
irect, ar. — Crest, out of a five-leaved dueal coronet or, 
a dexter hand erect, the third and fourth fingers turned 
down, ppr. Supporters, two lions, per fesse, ar. and gu. 
(iucall}' crowned of the last. Motto, Spcs tiitissima 
cu lis. 

KlN(;, Lord KING, Baron of Ockham, Surrey. [Crca- 
lioii, 2B 3I(n/, 172-5. Eesidfuccs, Ockham, near Uipicy, 
.Surrey; Ashley-Lodge, near jNlinehead, Somers. Town 
JIuusc, 38, Dover Street.] sa. three sj)ears' heads erect, 
nr. ciuhrned gu. ; on a chief or, as many pole-axes az. 
their edges to the sinister. — Crest, a ilexter arm, erect, 
.couped at the elhow, vested az. thereon three ermine 
spots, in fesse, or, cufled ar. hand ppi. grasping a trun- 
cheon sa. the toj) broken oft", the bottom capped of the 
third. Supporters, two English mastiffs reguard. ppr. 
each gorged with a plain collar gu. Motto, Labor ipse 
volujjtas. 

King, Viscount LORTON, and Baron Erris of Boyle, 
Roscommon. [Creations, Baron, 1800; and \'isc. 30 
jVay, 180G — l^esidence, Boyh', Roscommon] The siinie 
arms and crest astlie Eurlof Kingston; on each a cres- 
cent for did". A second crest, out of a ducal coronet or, 
(111 arm, erect, holdings bunch of roses ppr. for Parsmis. 
Supporters, dexter, a lion, per fesse, ar. and gu. ducally 
crowned or, charged on the chest with a crescent for 
diir. ; sinister, a leopard ppr. Motto, Spes tiitissima 
cwlis. 

Ki.NG, Dashwood, Bart. [West Wycombe, Bucks. 28 
June 1707 ; since of Holton, in the same Co. Town- 
House, 54, Green Street, Grosvcnor Square,] ar. on a 
fesse, double coltised, gu. three griffins' hea<ls, erased, 
or.^ — Crest, a grithns' head, erased, per fesse, erniiriois 
and gu. 

King, 'Bart. [Bclle-Vue, Kent. 18 June, 1702. Town 
House, 13, Great Cumberland Street] sa. a lion ramp. erm. 
hetw. three crosses pattee fiuhee or. — Crest, a lion's 
gamb, erased and erect, sa. gras])iiig a cross pattee as in 
die arms. 

KlNo, l?art. [Charleston II, Roscommon, 21 July, lOlo] sa. 
a lion ramp, double queued, or. — Crest, an escallop gu. 
^Jotlo, Audaces fortuna juval. 

''''Nc;, Bart. [Corrard, Fermanagh ; and Bloonisbury, Dub- 
'i'l ; 18 Sept. 1821] az. on a fesse ar. betw. a lion's 
head, erased, in chief, and a mullet, in base, or, three 
hill kles, erect, gu. ; on a chief erm. an imperial crown 
"ilhiii a chaplet of trefoils, both ppr. — Crest, a dexter 
•idiii arm, erect, holding a danger in pale, all ppr. sur- 
imiunled by a scroll, inscribed "17 A)/(/. 1821," in allu- 
'■'on to the memorable public entry of his Majesty into 
the city of Dublin upon that day, when Sir Abraham 
'•i.idlcy Kini;, as Lord Mayor, with the several inend)ers 
'•' the corjjoration, presented to his iNLijesty uiion the 
I'irone a congratulatory address, upon which his Majesty 



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was praciouslv pleased to confer upon him the dignity of 
a baronet, and to aildnss him by the title of "Sir .Abra- 
ham Briullrv Kirii:, a P.aronet of our United Kingdom;" 
an honour Miuibu to uliich had never before been con- 
ferred fnuu the throne. Motto, Aiidncrs fortuna jiivat. 

King, [Tucks ] sa. a lion ramp, or, tail forked. 

King, [Devous. ; und Towresler, N.amp.] sa. a lion ramp, 
betw. llirce cross cros>lets or, ducally crowned ar. — 
Crest, out of a <lucal conmet or, a demi ostrich ar. wings 
endorsiil, beak of the first. 

King, [I'Aeter. Granted Kiitl] sa. two tlaunches erm. a 
lion ramp. betw. three ducal coronets or. — Crest, out 
of a mural coronet ar. a lion's head and iicck sa. charged 
with thrL'c ducal coronets or. 

King, [Hants.] or, on a pale az. three regal crowns of the 
first. -^Cresl, an es()ui;e's helmet ppr. garnished or. 

King, [111 ref.] ar. a lion ranjp. az. 

King, [Iielatid] or, on a fesse, betw. a lion's bead, erased, 
in chief, gu. and a mullet, in base, sa. three buckles of 
the field.— Crest, a cubit arm holding a dagger erect, all 
ppr. 

King, [Bromley, Kent] sa. a lion ramp, guard, erm. betw. 
three crosses pattee, (itchee at the fool, or. — Crest, a 
lion's gainb, erect and erased, sa. holding a cross ))attee 
fitchee or. 

King, [Leic] sa. on a chev. ar. three escallops of the field. 
— Crest, a lion pass. erm. ducally crowned or. 

King, [Line] gu. a chev. betw, ten cross crosslets, fleiiry, 
or. 

King, [London] sa. on a chev. erm. three escallops gu. — 
Crest, a dog's head, erased, sa. collared and eared or. 

King, The same arms. — Crest, a talbot's head, collared 
anil enred, or. 

King, [Loudon. Granted, by Camden] sa. on a chev. 
betw. three cross crosslets or, as many escallops of the 
field. — Crest, an arm, couped at the elbow, in pale, ppr. 
holding a broken spear. 

King, ['T.nvcciter, N.amp.] The same. 

Kinr;, [Midburst] The same arms.- Crest, an ostrich's 
head ar. ducally gorged or. 

King, [Midd.] crminois, on a chief ar. three escallops sa. 

King, [Tiliiey, Norf.] ...three escallojis, in bend, ..,cot- 
tisei! . . ; on a canton . . , a garb . . . 

King, [Oxon] per fesse, gu, and ar. three roses counter- 
changed. 

King, [Granted 1011] sa. a lion ramp. betw. three crosses 
forniee titchee or. 

King, [Barra, Scotland] az. on a fesse ar. thiee round 
buckles gu. in chief a lion's head, erased, and in base a 
mullet of the second. 

Kuuj, [Wilts.] sa. on a ciiev. engr. ar. three escallops of 
the field. — Crest, a talbot's head, couped, sa. collared 
or. 

King, sa. a lion ramp, or, crowned ar. betw. three cross 
crosslets fitchee of the second. — Crest, a greyhound's 
head, couped, .., ducally gorged ... 

Kinq, .-a. a fesse vva\y betw. three escallops ar. — Crest, a 
lion, sejant, ppr. holding an escallo|i ar. 

King, sa. a chev. erm. betw . three fishes ar. — Crest, a demi 
gritfin or. 

King, sa. a lion ramp, ducally crowned, or, armed auvi 
lan^ued gu. betw. tbric cro>s crosslets of the second. 

Kinr/, ar. on a chev. gu. three lions pass, guard, or. 

King, or, a fesse betw. two tlueal coronets sa. 



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Khiy, sa. a lion ramji. or, crowned ar. IkUv. llircc en sci'iits 

of tlie secotul. 
King, s!i. a lion ramp, diitally crowucd, betw. tlirce cross 

crossli'ts, or. 
KiNGlu UR, or KlNGSr.KD, ar. a saltier engr. vert. 
KiNc;no.M, ar. a cIkv. bctw. tbrie birds sa. 
Kingdom, '^i. tliree banners, bend^ajs, in ]>ale, flotant to 

the sinister, or. — Crest, out of a dueal coronet, a griffin's 

liead gii. boldina in tiie beak a key of the first. 
KlNGDON. See KiNDON. 
KiNGE, [Sherborne, Dors. Granted 10 Ajnil, 1G41] sa. 

a fcsse \ia.\y betw. three cscallojis, ar. — Crest, a lion, 

sejant, jipr. restins; the fore paw on an eseallo]) ar. 
Kinge, [Essex] az. a bend, coiiised, or, charged with three 

escallojjs sa. 
Kinge, [I'^ssex] az. a chev. gu. voided or, charged with 

five escallops ar. 
Kinge, [Essex] az. a bend engr. erni. betw. three eagles 

disj)!. or. 
Kinge, [Ireland] a?, three lozenges or. 
Kinge, [Gainsborough, Line] sa. a chev. betw. three 

escallops ar. — Crest, a talbot's head sa. eared gu. collared 

and ringed or. 
Kinge, [Line] sa. on a chev. engr. ar. three escallops of 

the field. 
Kinge, [London, Granted 1591] sa. a chev. erni. charged 

with three escallops gu. — Crest, a talbot's head, erased, 

sa. cared and collared or. 
Kinge, [London] az. a bend betw. two eagles displ. with 

two necks, or. 
Kinge, [London] or, a fessc betw. two ducal crowns, sa. 
Kinge, [London] sa. a chev. gu. betw. three salmons ar. 
Kinge, sa. on a chev. betw. three cross crosslets ar. as 

many escallojisof the field. — Crest, an arii,<dd arm, cou- 

ped at the elbow, p])r. garnished or, holding in the 

gauntlet a broken spear of the second, Leaded at. and 

girt round the arm with a scarf of the last. 
Kinge, az. on a bend ar. three fennails of the field. (Auo- 

thcr, gu.) 
Kinge, gu. a bend engr. erni. betw. two eagles dis]>l. or. 
Kinge, ar. a fesse dancetlec betw. three eagles displ. sa. 
KiNGESCOT, crin. in the dexter chief an inescutcheon gu. 

charged with a mullet or. 
KlNGESMEDE. Sec KiNGSMEAll. 
KiNGESTON, az. a cross or, betw. four leopards' heads ar. 

— Crest, on a mount vert a goat ar. horned or, leai)ing 

against a tree, of the first. 
KiNGESTONE, gu. three eagles displ. or, betw. two bend- 
lets ar. 

KlNGKIKLD, KiNGSFlELD, and KlNGSFORD, gU. two 

bends erui. 
KiNGFonD, [Youlkston, Cornw. Granted 1G91] az. three 

bars wavy erni. in chief an eagle displ. betw. two ducal 

coronets or. — Crest, an en'jie displ. per fesse, gu. and 

ar. crowned or, holding in tiiclteak a rose ar. slip|)ed 

and barbed vert, seeded of the tliird. 
KlNGLEY, or, a close helmet gn. — Crest, a cross crosslet 

fitchee sa. and sword ppr. in saltier. 
Kingleij, ar. a close helmet gu. — Crest, a cock's head 

betw. two wings pjjr. 
King ley, erni. a close lielniet au. 
KlNGSliE)). See KiNGBUDE. 

KiNGsniiHV, [Ireland] gu. tuo boars' heads, erased, in 
chief, ar.. — Crest, a snail is^^uiug from its shell, ppr. 



KiNGSCOTT, [Kiugseul, Gloue.] ai . ten escallops sa. 

four, three, two, and one; on a canton gu. a mullet, 

pierced, or. 
KingscotI, ar. nine escallojis, three, three, and three, sa. ; 

on a canton gu. a mullet, pierced, or. 
KlNGSEV, or Kynsey, [Ches.] ar. a'chcv. betw. three 

squirrels, sejant, gu. cracking nuts or, stalked and lea\ed 

vert. 
KiNGSFIELD, one/ KiNGSFOr.D. See KiNGFIELD. 
KiNGSFOKD, erni. in the dexter chief quarter a cross, 

couped, gu. — Crest, the branch of a rose-bush, bearing 

roses, j)pr. 
KlNGSHAMED, harry of eight, or and az.; on a bend ar. 

three escallops gu. 
KiNGSLEY, [Canterbury] sa. a cross engr. erm. in the 

first quarter a mullet or. — Crest, a goat's head ar. 
Kinysky, [Sorrctt, Herts.] vert, a cross engr. ar. — Crest, 

as the last. 
Kingsley, vert, a cross engr. enu, — Crest, a goat's head, 

cou))ed, ar. 
Kingaley, ar. a bugle-iiorn, stringed, sa. 
hingsley, ar. a fesse sa. 
KiNGSMEAD, or Ki.NGESMEJ)E, bariy of six, or and az. ; 

on a bend ar. three escallojis gu. 
KiNGSMir.E, [.'Vston, Glouc. ; and Sidniantoii, Hants. 

Created a Barf. '24 Nov. 1800] ar. seniee of cross 

cios.slets fitchee sa. a chev. ermines, betw. three mill- 
rinds of the second, a chief of the third. — Crest, a cubit 

arm erect, vested ar. holding in the hand, jijir. a inilU 

rind sa. Motto, Do ucll, doubt not. 
Kingatiull, [Milbrook, Hants.] ar. crusily sa. a chev. 

ermines, betw. three millrinds of tiie second. — Crest, a 

cubit arm erect, vested ar. cufl" sa. holding in the hand 

ppr. a riiillriad of the second. 
Kingimill, [Hants.] ar. crusily fitchee sa. a chev. ermines, 

betw. three fer-de-molines of the second. 
KingsmiU, [Hants.] ar. seniee of cross crosslets fitchee 

sa. a chev. ermines betw. three millrinds of tlie second, 

a chief erm. 
KingsmiU, [Warw.] ar. a chev. ermines betw. three mill- 
rinds sa. a chief of the second. 
Kingsmi/l, az. crusily fitchee ar. three fer-de-molines erni. 
KingsmiU, ar. seniee of crosses botoiinee fitchee sa. a 

chev. ermines betw. thne iiik-molines of the second, a 

chief sa. 
KiNGSTHORP. See KlNGTHORP. 

Kingston, [Beds.] sa. a lion ramp. or. 

Kingston, [Berwick] sa. a lion ramp, or, tail forked, a la 

bcl gu. 
Kingston, [Wendover, Bucks.] sa. a lion rainp. or, tail 

.forked. 
Kingston, [Derb.] az. three swords, in pale, ar. 
Kingston, [Glouc. and Leic] az. a cross or, betw. four 

leojjards' heads ar. 
Kingston, [Glouc. ; Grinislyc, and Bassinghain, Line] 

The same arms. — Crest, a goat, salient, ar. against a 

tree vert. 
Kingston, [Leic] az. a cross or, bctw. lour lions' heads, 

erased, ar. 
Kingston, [London] .«a. guttee d'eau, a lion lanip. or. — 

Crest, out of a mural coronet, countcr-conijiuiicc, or 

and sa. a unicorn's head az. crined ar. horn gobooee, of 

the second and first. 
Kingston, [Yorks.] ar. a bend wavy, tottistd, gu. 



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AmaitoTi, [T''inp. Richard JI.] ar. a »teilca|) ppr. in the 
(lout liu Kof ii fVatlit-'i j;u. 

Ai!i./*'""' ""■ ''"''^'^" swords, ill pale, ar. hiltcil or, two 
«ri"it, u|)w;u(l, anil one bttu-. (Jownwaids . . . 

j^iiiiislun, sa. tliice li-opan's" licads, ducally crowned, ar. 

hiiiO'^lon, tluquy, or anil au. a bciiil enu. 

hiiitiston, ar. a lieiid, (Ottistd, p;ii. 

Kingalon, ar. a bi-iul wavy gu. bttw. two btndlots of the 
la»t. 

J\inqsUm, ar. guttee de sang ; on a chief ax. three crowns or. 

Kiiiqutoii, iiii. on a cliev. or, betw. three ciuquefoils of the 
.Mtoiid, li\e mullets az. 

hiiKjslo", nz. a <ross betw. four Koj)?.rds' heads, or. 

KiiKjiloii, US'., lliree swords, in p;de, or. 

hiii'/slmt, or /I'vn-sfo/i, gu. a iliev. >air. 

KlNOs;WF.LL, [Han'iS.] gu. a saltier betw. four lions' heads, 
.erased, or. 

Ktiipswcll. The same arms. — Cresl, a parrot gu. in the 
iiioulh an annulet or. 

Kl.NCTON, [Charlton House, Soniers ] ar. guttee de sansr; 
on a chief wavy, j)or pale, cu. and vert, three ducal co- 
ronets or. — Crest, on a creseeut az. five guttecs d' or, 
hetw. two sprigs of myrtle, ppr. 

Kingion, ar. j^ultee gu.; on a tliief indented az. three du- 
cal crowns ur. 

Kinyton, ar. guttee de sang ; on a chief az. three ducal 
coronets or. 

KlNGTHoiJP, ur KiNGSTHOKP, ar. a fessc betw. three 
escallops gii. 

K1N1SM.4NE, gu. a fessc chcquy, or and sii. betw. six 
crosses pomeltee ar. 

KiNKENY, ar. a saltier sa. within a boidure engr. of the 
last. 

KlNKl.EY, gu. a cliev. engr. ar. 

Kinkley, az. three lions ramp. ar. ; on a canton or, a mul- 
let gu. 

KlNLEY, ar. on a bend sa. three escallops of the first. 

KiNLOCH, [of that Ilk and Xevay] quarterly; lirst and 
fourth, az. a boar's head, erased, ar. betw. three niascles 
or; second and third, sa. a chevalier, in armour, on 
horseback, brandishing a &\>or>l ar. — Crest, a youns; ea- 
gle, perchin", and looking up to the sun in its sjilendour. 
Motto, A'o/( dcyencr. 

hudoch, [Aberbrothy, Scotland] az. a boar's head, erased, 
betw. three mriscles or. — Crest and motto as the last. 

hinioch, [Conland, Scotland] az. on a shakefork, betw. two 
niascles in chief, and a boar's head, erased, in base, or, 
three laurel leaves vert. — Crest, a mern;aid, in the dex- 
ter hand a mirror, in the sinister a comb, ppr. Motto, 
_Vl nihil. 

f^inloch, [Gourdie, Scotland] az. on a chev. betw. three 
niascles ar. a boar's head, erased, of the lield, in chief 
•■' iK'ui-de-lis or. — Crest, an eagle soarins aloft. Motto, 
yet liirjhrr. 

niulnc/i, [Siotland] az. on a chev. ar. a mullet gu. betw. 
'wo inascles, in chief, of the last, and a boar's head, era- 
''kI, in base, or. — Crest, an eagle reguard. wings endor- 
sed sa. armed gu. looking at tiie sun, ppr. 

"■Vihch, or L'iiiloc/i, [London] az. a boat's head, erased, 
ai'- b.'tw. three niascles or. — Crest, an eagle, rising, jipr. 
Motto, A'oH dcijcner. 
■'NI.OCK, az. a boar's head, erased, betw. three niasries . . . 
~ Crest, an eagle, statant, with win^s distended and 
fxhiorsed. Motto, over the crest, Alttus taido. 



Kinluik. Sec Kinloch.. 

Klh M,\Kio.M, ar. a eliev. betw. three escallops gu. 

KiNNAinu, I'aron KlNNAIKf) of Inrbtiire, Perthshire. 
[Creation, 20 Dec. li;82. /icsidnicc^, Uriniinie Castle, 
Perthshire ; and r>iiifn Id House, lierks.] quarterly; first 
aii<l fourth, or, a fesse wavy betw. three niulKis gu. as a 
coat of aupinentatioii ; secoinl and third, eu. a saltier betw. 
four crescents or. — Crest, a mullet betw. tile horns of a 
crescent or, issuing out of a cloud, within two branches 
of palm in orle, ppr. over the crest the Uiotlo, Pliabo 
lax. Sup])ort( rs, two Savages, wreathed aliont the hi ad 
and miilille with onk-leaves, their hands, which support 
the shield, in chains haiis;ing dnvMi to their feet, in tiieir 
other hands a garl mil of laurel, all ppr. Motto, Patitur 
qui vincif. 

liinnaird, and Kinnard. The same as Kinuird. 

Kl.NNE, gu. a chev. ar. 

KiNNLAK, Thomas, Ksq. sa. on a bend or, betw. two 
stags' heads, eabossed, ar. armed of the second, three 
martlets of the field. — Crest, two anchors, in saltier, 
vvitii cables, all ppr. Motto, T Itce in linpe. 

(See PI. of Arms.) 

Kinncar, [Edinburgh] sa. on a bend or, three martlets vert, 
within a bordure of the second. — Crist, an anchor, in 
pale, az. Motto, Spi-in fortiina alii. 

Riiuuur, [.Scotland] sa. on a bend or, tliree birds vert, in 
chief a stag's head, eabossed, of the second, armed nu. 
— Crest, two anchors, saltierways, ppr. Motto, / live 
in hope. 

KlNNEDAK, [Scotland] az. a saltier cnir. ar. — Crest, a 
greyhound, current, ar. Motto, Gang forret. 

Kin NEin, [of that Ilk] sa. on a bend or, three canary birds 
|i))r. — Crest and motto as KiNNE.\r?, Scotland. 

Kl.NNEK, gu. a chief ilaneettee or. 

KiNNFRAM, or, 'a chief ar. charged with three bends, 
pu. 

KiNXEBSi.EY, ar. a cliev. engr. betw. three mullets sa. 

Kl.NNEUTON, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three mullets sa. 

Kl.NNlMOND, [ScotlLMiil] az. a chev. ar. in chief three 
flenrs-dc-lis of the second. — Crest, an oak-tree vert. 
Motto, Stabu. 

KlNNI.N.MOND, az. a chev. ar. betw. three fieurs-<!e-lis 
or. 

KlNNOLMAttCtl, per f sse, ar. and sa. a lion ramp, bil- 
lettce, connteichanged. 

KlNNYMAN, or KiNSMA.N, gu. a bidls head ar. ariried 
or. 

KiNRisE. The same as Kinross, 2(1. 

Kl.NUOSh, [Scotland] gu. two swords, in saltier, ar. hiijjd 
or, betw. (bur hands, couped, apaumee, ppr. 

Kini'oss, [Scotland] mi. a chev. chequy, or and az. betvr. 
three swoids, paleways, ar. hilts and poiiicls or. 

KiNSKY, ar. a tower gu. — Crest, out of the toj) of a tov.er 
ppr. an arm, enibov.ed, vested vert, band j)|>r. boLliug a 
sjicar in fesse. 

Kinsman, or Kynnesman, [Loddi.igton, Pipwell-.\b- 
bey, and Brotighton, N.ainp.] per pale, az. and gu. three 
saltirrs ar. — Crest, a buck ppr. lodged in fern vert. 

ICiiisinan, or Kynnciiian, gu. three IuiIIn' heads, eabossed, 
or. 

Kinsman. See Kinnymun. 

KiNTCH. See KiNcn. 

KiNTilORrE, sa. a cross ar. betw. twelve billets of the 
iast. 

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Kintkorpe, ar. a fessc lictw. three cscaliojis gu. 

KiNVF.K, per chief iiiilcntcil, or and s.n. 

KlNVETON, alias Gll.nKHT, [Derb.] gu. a bend vaire, 

ar. ciiid sa. 
KiNWEl, MARCH, or Kli.MARCH, per fesse, erm. and ar. 

a lion ra,iii|). .sa. 
Kin WOLD. See KiDWAt.i,. 
KlPPEN, [Pcrtli] quarterly; first and fotirlh, gyronny of 

eijiit, .. and ,. ; seconil and third, a galley, her sails 

Curled. 
Kipping, [Tewdley, Kent] lozengy, or and az.; on a chief 

gu. a lion pass, of the first. 
KiRHY, i:r KiRKBY, (Hawthorn, Durham; ami Kirkby 

Tluive, W'lstni.] ar. on a fesse vert, three crescents or. 
Kiibif, Of liiililjij. The same arras. — Crest, an anchor 

pu. ( iilwiiieil with a ser))eiit vert. 
Kirby, or Kirkby. The same arms. — Crest, a flaming 

heart eu. betw. two brinuhes of palm, in orle, vert. 
Kirby, [Kent] az. six linns ramp. ar. three, two, and one; 

on a canton or, a mulht en. 
Kirby, [iMeopthiims-Bai'k, Tiuddidce, Kent, Sherift'of Lon- 
don, lUlG-17] ar. two bars pu.; on a canton of the second, 

a lion's head, erased, or. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet, 

per jiale, or ami ar. an elephant's head gu. eared of the 

second, tusked of the first. 
Kirby, [London] ar. on a fesse vert, three crosses formee 

or. 
Kirby, [Nottingham, Temp. Elizabeth] ar. two bars and 

a canton gu. 
Kirby, ar. two bars pu. ; on a canton of the second, a 

cross nioline of the first. — Crest, on a cha|)eau crimson, 
■ turned up erm, a cioss nioline ar. within a circular wreath 

of the last and gu. 
Kirby, az. a lion ramp, or ; on a canton ar. a mullet gu. 
Kirby, gu. three cross crosstets or. 
Kirby, ar. a cross within a bordnre en^r. sa. 
Kirby, ar. on a fesse gu. three cro.ss crosslets or. 
Kirby, ar. two bars gu. ; on a canton of the second, a cross 

fnsily or. 
KiKCli, ar. a stag, salient, gu. armed or. — Crest, a talbot's 

head sa. collared and lined gu. 
Kirch, ar. a stag, salimt, ])pr. armed or. — Crest, on. a 

pillar ar. a heart gu. 
Kirch AM, or Kirkham, erm. three lions ramp. gu. 

within a liordure engr. of the last. 
KlRDESTON, gu. a saltier cnsrr. ar. 
KiRHiLE, or KiRHiR, [Devons.] or, an eagle displ. sa. 
KiRIEL, [Leii-.] ar. two chev. and a canton gu. 
Kirk, [lU-lford, Notts.] ar. a chev. betw. three boars' 

heads, erased, sa.— Crest, a boar's head, erect and era- 
sed, S.I. 
Kirk, [.Siolland] gu. a crosier or, and sword ar. sallier- 

ways : on- a eliiff of the second, a thistle vert. 
Kirk, [.Alierfoil, Scotland] The same, within a bordure 
indented ar. — Crest, a crosier and dagger in saltier. 
Motto, O/iliiniim gtiod primiim. 
Kirk, [Ldiiil'urgh] gu. on a saltier ar. a thistle vert; on 
a chief 01 the second, three cushions az. — Crest, a church 
ppr. IMotlo, Voiis et cnnamine. 
Kirk, [."^(otiand] az. a ero.*;ier an<l a sword, in saltier, ar.; 
on a chief of the last, a thistle vert. — Crest, a fox, sejant, 

KiRKAI.DlF, [Grange, Scotland] gu. a chev. betw. three 
starK in chief, and s. crescent in base, or, — Crest, a 



nian's head, with the face looking upwards, ppr. Motto, 
Fortissimo reritas. 

Kirkaldic, [Scotland] gu. a chev. ar. betw. two stais in 
ihief, and a crescent in base, or. 

KiRKAl.DY, [Monkweainionth, Durham] or, a fesse wavy 
betw. three mullets gu. — Crest, a nian's head, with the 
face looking upwards, ppr. Motto, Fortissima vcritat, 

(See PI. of Arms) 

Kirkaldy, [Inchture, Scotland] gu. three stars ar. 

KiRKATO.S. Sec KlRKLAY. 

KiKKATOR, az. on a cross ar. five escallops gu. 

KlRKElRD, [Yoi'ks.] ar. a saltier engr. vert. 

KiRKBRF.D, vett, a cross engr. ar. 

KlRKBRin, [Kirkbridge, Cnmli.] sa. a cross engr. ar. 

Kirk BR IDE, ar. a cross engr. vert. 

Kirkbridge, [N.und).] ar. a saltier vert. 

Kirkby, [Cumb. ; l{owclif}'. Lane; and Kirkby, Yorks.] 
ar. two bars gu.; on a canton of the second, a cross 
avelance or. (Another, nioline sr.) 

Kirkby, [Stainhridge, Hants.] per pale ar. and gu.; on a 
chief sa a lion pass. or. 

Kirkby, [Leic] per pale, gu. and sa. a lion ramp. ar. 

Kirkby, [Leic] ar. a cioss betw. two annulet.s, vert. 

Kirkby, [Kiikby-Hall, Line] ar. two bars gu.; on a can- 
ton of the last, a cross nioline or. 

Kirkbi/, az. a fesse betw. two chev. engr. erm. 

Kirkby, ar. two bars gu.; on a canton of the last, a mul "■ 
let or. \ 

Kirkby, ar. a cross (Another, a saltier) vert. 

Kirkby, gu. a chev. erin. 

Kirkby, ar. two bars engr. sa. ' 

Kirkby. See Kirby. 

Kirke, [Easlham, Lssex] per fesse, or and gu. a lozenge 
counterchanaed ; on a canton az. a lion ram)), or, sup- 
porting a cutlas.s-blade ar. chained and coliaicd of the 
last. — Crest, a dexter arm, enibowed, in armour, pj)r. 
garnished or, holding a cutlass ar. hilt and poinel of the 
second. 

Kirke, [Yorks.] or, a chev. az. in chief a label gu. 

JCirke, per fesse, or and gu. a bend erm. 

Kirke, per fesse, or and gu. a lion ramp, counterchaijned. 

Kirke, per fesse, or and gu. a lozenge counterchan2:ed. 

Kirke, gu. a crosier or, surmounted with a sword, in cross, 
ar. pomelled of the second ; on a chief of the last a 
thistle ppr. 

KiRKEBRlDGE, ar. a saltier, engr. vert. 

Kirkeby, [Derb.] ar. on a fesse verl, three crescents or. 

Kirkeby, [Line] gu. a fesse betw. two chev. erm. 

Kirkeby, ar. two bars and a canton gu. 

Kirkeby, ar. on a chev. betw. three martlets gu. five lo- 
zenges erm. a bordure engr. vert. 

Kirkeby, sa. alien ramp, supporting a garb ar. 

Kirkeby, ar. a saltier vert. 

Kirkeby, ar. achev. az. betw. three cocks gu. 

Kirkeby, sa. two lions pass, in pale, or. 

KiRKEBYRD, ar. a cross engr. vert. 

KlRKEFTON, gu. two bars ar. 

KiRKEHAM, erm. three lions ramp. gu. within a bordure 

engr. sa. 
KlRKELAND, ar. a saltier engr. vert. 
Kirkeland. See Kirkland. 
KlRKELE, gu. two bars or, in chief three keys ar. 

Kirkele. See Kyrkcbe. 

KiRKELEY. SceKlKKLAND. - ■. . ^ < ^. = -: .• 



KIR 

KiKKELORP, sa. three niullets ar. and a bonlure engr. or. 
KiKKKNTiN. KiKKTON, or KiRTON, [Kirton, Line] 

pu. tlirt-e Ijars cini. 
J\irAiiilon. The same arms. — Crest, a fox pass. ppr. 
Jxi'kiiitoii, gu. three bars ar. 
KilfKKRTON, ar. three bars erm. 
KiuketonI or Kf.rketos, [Kirketon, Line. Temp. 

l^ihf JJ] harry ol .si\, iiii. and ar. 
Kirlirlon, fiu. (wo ( Anoihvr, three) bars erai, 
h'ir/tcton, or, three eagles displ. sa. 
h'irkf'ou, ar. a less- gu. 
hirhcton, or Kiihtoit, az. three martlets ar. 
KiihrUni, or Kirlcn, az. three «ater-houget.s ar. 
kiKKKTOT, [Siift". Temp. Ilntri) JIL] az. on a cross ar. 

five eseallops gu. 
KiRKIiAM, [Dlackdoii, Devons.] a r. three lions ramp. cu. 

nitliin a t)0rdure cngr. sa. — Crest, a lion's head, erased, 

ar. 
kirkhaw, [Fynnshed, and Cntlerstotk, N.amp.] ar. on a 

fesse gu. three bezants. — Crest, on a Saracen's head, 

full faced, ppr. eouped at the shoulders, gorged uith a 

ducal coioiiet or, \vr< allied about the temples ar. and sa. 

a popinjay vtrt, beaked and collaied gu. 
Kitkham, [N.amp.] The same arms. — Crest, out of a 

ducal coronet or, a Moor's head, side-faced, ppr. and 

wreathed about the temples ar. and gn. 
Kirkkum, ar. three lions ramp. gu. .; , 

Kiikham. Sec Kiicham. 
KllMCllIi.l., [Divons] or, an eagle displ. sa. 
KlJiKlloVE-N, or, three hearts gu. — Crest, a beacon, 

fired, ppr. 
KlRKlN. The same as KiKKYN. 
KiRKLAM), [Scollanii] sa. a fesse bctw. three mullets ar. 

— Cre.^t, a leopard's fate ppr. Motto, Pro oris ct focis. 
hirk/avd. Or hirhclavd, sa. three niulitts ar. within a 

bordure engr. or. — Crest, on a ducal coronet, a falcon, 

helled, ppr. 
Kirhlaint, ar, on a mount, in base, vert, an oak-tree ppr. 

dehruised by a fesse gu. charged with three owls ar. — 

Crest, an owl as in the arms. 
Kirklaiid, sa. two bars -icnK lies ar. 
Kirklanii, or Kirkrlcy, ar. three bars geroelles sa. ' 
hirk!(t)ul, or Ji'ukfri/. The same arms. — Crest, a church 

environed with trees ppr. 
KlRKl.AY, ar. two bars sa.; onacanton of the last, a cross 

nioline of the tirst. 
hirklay, hirklayne, or Kirkatoii, ar. three bars genielles 

sa. 
KiRKi.EY, [Yorks.] ar. two bars engr. sa. 
"■irkln/, gu. two bars or, in chief three keys ar. 
Ai'iA/ci/, per pale, or and gu.; on a chief sa. a lion pass. 

of the hrst. 
ff^irkley, per pale, ar. and gu. ; on a chief sa. a lion pass. 

or. 
'^irkley, gn. a cliev. crm. (Anolhrr, or.) 
Kirklcy. "See Kirkhnd. 

^'RKMAN, sa. t«o ciosiers, in saltier, or; on a chief coii- 
.ca\e az. three mitres ar. garnished gu. — Crest, a crosier 

and sword, in salliir, ppr. Motto, Ja Deo cmijido. 
•^irkmari, ar. tvvo bais sa. in chief as many palets of the 

f^^cond. — Crest, a ikiiii lion ramp. ar. 
■^IHKONKEL, [of that Ilk] az. t»o crosiers, in saltier, 

adossi'e, and in chief a mitre, or. 
*^'HKPATKICK, [England] ar. a saltier &z. ; on a chief 



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of the last, a cushion of the first. — Crest, a stag'* bead 
ar. 

Kirkpnlrick, [Liverpool] ar. a saltier az. ; on a chief engr. 
of tlie last, three cushions or. — Crest and motto the same 
us of Closbiiru. 

Kirkpalrkk, [Ireland] or, a saltier and chief az. — Crest, 
a iiiuiint ill llaiiies, ppr. 

Kirkpalnvk, [Closburn, Scotland] ar. a saltier and chief 
ai. the hist charaed with three cushions or. — Crest, a 
hand holdiiiii a daiiger, in jvale, distilling drops of blood. 
Motio, / make sine. 

KiRKSLow, KiRKSTOWE, or KiRSTOW, [Latic] gyron- 
uy o( twelve, or anil sa. ; on a canton gu. a covered cup 
oi the first. 

KiRKSWOLP, per fesse, gu. and az. a grithn ar. armed or, 
seizing on a dragon vert, holding a plume of the third. 

KlRKTON,^,r Klinos, ar. three eagles displ. sa. — Crest, 
an arm, coup^d, nsling the elbow ou the v»reatli, hold- 
ing three ears of wheat, )>pr. 

Kirkton. See Kirkenlun, ami JiirkcioH. 

KlRKTOT, [Sutf.] az. across ar. charged with five escal- 
lops gn. 

KlRKWOOD. [Pilrig, Scotlaiul] gu. on a chcv. or, betw. 
three fetterlo. ks ar. a plieon betw. two mullets, pierced, 
sa. 

Kirktvood, [.Scotland] per fesse, az. and ar. on the first & 
denii savage, issuing, wielding a wooden mallet ppr.; on 
the second three branches of oak vert. 

Kirkuood. Same as C'antnnd. 

KlRKYN, ar. a fessi- az. a label gu. — Crest, a demi grif- 
fin ppr. hohiiuK in the claw an escallop or. 

KiKLE, fMuehniarcle, lleief] vert, a chev, betw. three 
tieurs-de-lis or. 

KiRLiNGTON, ar. a lion ramp. gu. depressed by a fesse or, 
charged with three crosses pattee fitchce sa. 

KlRRIlU-I., or, two chev. gu. a canton of the last. 

KlRSLOW. The same as KiRKSLOW. 

KlRSTOW. See KiRKSl.OW. 

KiitSTOWE, [Lane] gyrouciy of twflve, or and az. ; on a 

canton sa. a covered i up ol the first ; on a cliief gu. three 

covered cups cold. 
KiRTi.ASI), — Crest, two dexter arms conjoined, sustainiug 

a scimitar, in pale. 
Kirton, fLauc] gyronny of twelve, or, and az. on a cau- 

ton gu. a co\ered cup of the first. 
Kirton, [Line] harry of ei;;ht, erm. and gu. 
Kirloii, [Thorp-Mandevil, N.amj).] quarterly; first, ar. &. 

fesse and ch« v. in chief gu. ; serond, ar. a crescent 

within a bordure inveiked sa.; third, per pale, or and etj. 

a fesse betw. three leopards' heads counteichaused ; 

fourth, ar. a fesse betw. three hawks hoods i;u. — Crest, 

a falcon, v\illi wind's expanded, ar. beaked, jessed, and 

belled, or, restiii'.; the dcxUr claw on a hawk's lioo<l gu. 

f 7'/(e ancient crest, a hawk, close, ppr. hooded gu. 

beaked and lei;i;eil or.) 
Kirton, [Tlior])-.Mauduit, N.amp. and Wilts.] ar. a fesse 

and 1 liev. ill I liiel i;u. — Crest, a hawk, close, or, hooded 

ppr. bell' d of the first. 
Kirlrv, [Wi'sini.] ar. a fesse, ihev. and ihief, eu. 
Kirton, [Wilts.] or, a fesse and chev. in base, gu. 
Kirtoii, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three mullets sa. 
Kirton, ar. a fesse gu. 

Kirton, sa. a I'essc erm. in chief four fleurs-de-lis or. 
Kirton, sa. a fesse erm. betvr. three fishes ar. 



K L E 

Kirton, sa. a fesse ernj. in chief four fiiiirs-ile-lis or, in 

base three pikes ar. 
Kirton, ar, a thev. bctw. tlirec cross crosslcts> ^u. 
Kirton, ar. six envies, ili^pl. s;i. tiirec, tuo, and one. 
Kirton. Sec Kirhinlun, Kirkcton, ami Kirhlon. 
KlRviLL, [Coruw.] sa. three lions' heads i>siiing as DJauy 

fleurs-de-lis ar. 
KiRWAN, [England] gn. three crescents ai. — Crest, a 

hand erect, issuing fmni a cloud, holding; a broken S))ear 

PI''- 
Kirican, [Ireland] ar. \\\o stais, in chief, and a rock, in 

base, sa." — Crest, a sea chait ]>pr. 
Kitchen, per chcv. ar. and sa. three water-hougets, 
countcrchanged. — Crest, an arm, in armour, embowed, 

issuing' from a cloud in the sinister, holding a sword ppr. 
Kitchen EH, trm. a ilnef, urdec, az. — Crest, a bull's 

head sa. hetw. two flags az. charged with a cross or. 
KiTCHENMAN. The same as KlTCHI N G M A N . • 
KlTCHlN, [Meahs, J-anc] gu. a chev. paly of four, ar. 

and sa. betw. three bezants, each charged with a lap- 
wing of the third. 
Kitchin, [London] ar. on a pile az. betw. two cross cross- 
lets gu. an eagle disjrl.' of the field. — Crest, a pclicari's 

head, erased, az. Leaked or, vuhied gu. 
KiTCIIINER, ar. on a chev. quarterly, gu. and sa. betw. 
■ three bustards of the second, as many bezants. — Crest, 

a buck's bead, erased, pierced through the neck by an 

arrow, in bend, all p|ir. 
KlTCHlNG, [Heref] ar. a chev. betw. three bustards gu. 
Kitchiny. The same arms. — Crest, on a ducal coronet or, 

a vivern vert. 
Kiichhuj. The same arms as Kilchincr. 
KiTClIlNGHAM, ar. on a chev. quarterly, gu. and sa. 
• three bezants. 
. KiTCHINGMAN, [Granted IGIG] ar. on a i)ile sa. betw. 

two cross crosslets fitchee gu. three lozenges of the tield. 
Kite, 0? Keyte, [Chesellmrne, Dors.; V.orc. ; and Lord 

Mayor of London, 17G7] az. a chev. betw. three kites' 
. Leads, erased, or. — Crest, a uuicorn's head, erased, ar. 

armed and collared gu. 
Kite, or Kfylv, [I'.brington, Glouc] az. on a chev. betw. 

three kites' head.', erased, or, as many trefoils, slip]jed, 

gu. — Crest, a kite's head, erased, or. 
KiTE.SFor. n, [Somers.] ar. a bend lozcngy sa. 
Kitson, [Ileugrave, Suff, Conjiivird 10 I\0. loC8] sa. 

three trouts, (or lucies) haurient, ar. a chief or. — Crest, 

a uuicorn's head ar. attired and maned or, environed with 

palisadocs of the last. (Another crest, en a mount or, 

in flames ppr. a unicorn's head sa.) 
Kitson, paly of six, ar. and az. ; on a chief gu. three 

bezants. 
KlTTLEiiY, or KlTTEi.DV, [Stcple, Salop] ar. two chev. 

sa. ; a label of three points az. — Crest, a lion's head, 

erased, gu. (Anot/tcr, or.) 
Kitttchy, az. a saltier cnil.attled bctw. four martlets or. 
Kittson. The same arms and crest as Kitson. 
KlTTO, or KlTTOE, or, three hurts in p.jle. 
KiVELiCK, [Chcs.] The same as Kivellioc. 
KlVEl-Lioc, az. si.x garbs or, three, two, and one. 
KlviLlOc. The same aruis. — Crest, an Indian goat's 

head ar. 
KLArtRLB.scEU, [Germany] per fesse, gu. and ar. ; in 

chief three N's . . . 
Klee, [London] ,,, two swords, in saltier, betw. three 



K N E 

trefoils in chief and (l.inks, ... — Crest, within a serpent, 

disposed orleways, vert, a boar's head, erect and er>ise(i, 

sa. 
Klerf, or Kleeke, ar. (Another, or) a cross hetv.. four 

efoiles gu. 
KlokeiIELD, [Norf.] az. a cross ehequy, ar. and gu. 
Knaplock, [XVinehesler, lOUl] uz. a fesse betw. two 

chev. gobony, eiin. and gu. — Crest, a boar's head, cou- 

ped, or, the mouth endjrued with blooH. 
Knaplod, harry of si.x, or and az. a bend gu. 
Kn apman, [De\ons.] or, on a cross gu. betw. ("our tornisli 

choughs ppr. five bdlets ar. 
Knapman, ar. three lions ramp, in fesse, gu. — Crest, a 

sword, in juile, enfiled with a .Saracen's head, coupcd, 

I'l'i'- 

Knapp, [Noif ; Tuddeidiani, Needham, and Washhroke, 
Snfl'.] or, in chief three close helmets sa. ; in base a lion 
])ass. of the last. — Crest, an arnj, embowed, in armour, 
j)pr. garnished or, the hand of the first, grasping by the 
blade a broken sword ar. hilt and pomel of the second, 
with a branch of laurel vert. 

Knapp, ar. a cross gu. betw. four roses ppr. 

Knaprosy, gu. a cro.'-s pafonee ar. 

Knappe, [Woodcot, Oxon. Granted 2 Sept. 1C69] sa. 
a lion pass, in chief three helmets or. 

Knapton, or, a cross sa. charged with a cross Calvary, 
crossed at the top ... 

Knapton, — Crest, out of a ducal coronet, two arms, dexter 
and sinitter, in saltier, each holding a sciraitar in jiale. 

Knake.sbl;p.GH, [KnaresbHiugh, Vorks.] ar. a lion ramp, 
gu. ducally cro\\ncd or, within a bordure sa. charged 
v\ith eight bezants. 

Knarsburch. The same. 

Knatchbull, Dart. [Mi-rsham-llatch, Kent. 4 Ave,. 
lt)41] az. three cross crosslets fitchee, betw. two bend- 
lets or. — Crest, ou a chapeau az. turned up erni. a leo- 
pard, statant, ar. spotted sa. ftlotto. In crucijixa e/loria 
mea. 

Knatchbull, [Kent. Granted 'iu'l 4] az. three cross cross- 
lets in bend, bctw. two collises engr. or. — Crest, as the 
.last. 

Knatchbull, [Babinton, Somers.] The same arms and 
crest as of Slcrshan)-!!;'! h. 

Kneford, az. a chev. b.;w. ten mullets or, six in chief, 
and four in base. 

Kneiland. The same as Kineiland. 

Knell, [Oxon and Glouc] gu. crusily, n lion ramp. or. 

Kiicll. The sanie arms. — Crest, a demi lien or, holding 
in the dexter paw a cross crcsslet fiti hee az. 

Knell, gu. semee of cross crosslets fitchee, a lion tamp, 
or, crowned and langucd az. ' 

Knell, gu. a cIk v. belw. three roses ar. 

Knell, gu. a lion, salient, within ;mi orle of crosslets or. 

Knell, or KncUey, ar. on a chev. sa. three mullets of the 
fleh!. 

Kneller, [Wills.] quarterly; first, ar. two escutcheons 
.., each chargetl with a rose ppr. in base, a point 
charged with a fieur-de-lis .. ; second, sa. on a chcv. 
betw. three covered cups ar. a rose .. ; third, sa. two 
bars engr. ar. on a chief or, a lion jiass. betw. tvo lleurs- 
de-lis .. ; fourth, or, an eagle's leg, couped, conlourne, 
and a sinister wing in fesse. — Crest, on a mount vert, a 
stag ppr. standing beside a vinc-trei; of the first. 

Kneller, ar. two escutcheons .,, each charged with a rose 



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ic baff, ■ point charged \*ith a flour-d*-li« ... — Cre»f, 
Hi t!ie Isisl- 

KsKLLEV. See Knell. 

KvKSTON, cr Kniston, [DitL.] gu. i chtv. umiee, ar. 
«n<l sa. 

A'nfs/o". S,»- a clicv. vair^, ar. and sa. 

K.SESWOKTH. Set- KNEYSWORTH. 

K.sF.ToN, ar. Irctlv az. on a f'l sse £;u. three mullets or. 

fx'nelon. The same arms &s Aeiitim, 1st. 

KnI-VESON, ar. a thtv. hctw. tline eagles displ. az. 

KSKVET, [Korf. ; and Escri(k, Yorks.] ar. a bend sa. 
wilhiii a bordure engr. of the second. 

Kiitvcl, ar. a bend betvv. tiiree Irclbils sa. within a bor- 
dure engr. of the last. — Crest, a nest, with joDng birds 

IT""- 
Knevet, ar. three cha[)li;ts gu. — Crest, in the sea, a ship in 

full s:iil piir. 
Kncct, ar. on a bend sa. three trefoils of the first, within 

a bordure ent;r. of the second. 
hiicvet, gu. a chev. vaire, ar. and sa. in the, dexter chief a 

bird of the second. 
Kncnet, az. three knives ar. hafted gu. ('/lno//»cr, hafted or.) 
Knevett, or Knevit, [Roseniarjii, Cornw. ; Norf. ; and 

Snft".] ar. a bend within a bordure eugr. sa. — Crest, a 

dragon's head betw. two wings, expanded, sa. 
KneiM-tt, [Noif.] ar. a bend sa. within a bordure engr. az. 
Knevett, ar. a bend engr. within a bordure sa. 
Knkvit. See Knevett. 
Rn eysworth, or Xn esworth, [Lord Mayor of London, 

150.5; Cornw. and StdfTs.] erm. a chev. wavygu. betw. 

throe grf?yhound», in full course, sa. 
Knnjsioorlh, or Kncsworth^ or, a chev. wavy gu. betw. 

three greyhounds, in full couise, sa. — Crest, a buffalo's 

head, erased, gu. 
Kueijsicorlh, enn. a chev. embattled, ('/I no^/ic?-, wavy,) gu. 

Lttw. three grevhounds, current, sa. coUaitd or. 
K.NiFE, az. three knives, in pale, ar. hafts or. — Crest, a 

dove reguard. holding iri the beak an clive-branch ppr. 
Knife, paly of six, ar. and az. ; on a chief sa. two s\\ords, 

in saltier, of the first, hilts or. 
Kmfton, [Derb.] gu. a bend vair. 
Knight, [Kuscombe, l>erks.] ar. three palets gu. ; on a 

canton of the second, a spur, with the rowel dowav/tirds, 

leathered, or, within a bordure ensr. sa. 
Knitjlit, [lUuks,] sa. a giithn, se<:reaiit, erm. beaked and 

armed gu. within a bordure o( the second. 
Knight, [Glouc. and Yoiks.j sv.. a grltlin, segreant, or. 
Knifjht. The sanie arms. — Crest, a talbot's head, erased, 

bezantce. 
f^night, [Norroy King of Arms, ob. 1593] vert, a bend 

lozcnuy or. 
tonight, [Chester Herald, ob. 1610] The same arms, a 

crescent for difl". . 
Knight, [Chawton, Hants. Granted 1738] vert, a bend 

lozti.gy or, in base a cinquefoil ar.— Crest, a denii Cray 

friar p|)r. holding in (he dexter hand a cinquefoil, slipped, 

ar. from the sinister wrist, a bracelet of beads pendent 

sa. 
knight, [Iloo, Hants ; Clopton and AUhorpe, N.nnip. 

I'»(i0] ar. on a fesse betw. three bulls' heads, eraseil, sa. 

I'liiged at the nose or, a fret betw. two doves of the field. 

--Crest, a <lexter arm, enibowed, in armour, ppr. holdini^ 

•n the band a sword of the la.sf, hilt and porael or, the 

P<''.nl icftins on the vvieatb. 



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Knight. [Hantn. Granted l.j23] nr. three pales gu. ; on 
a canton of the second, a spur or, within a bordure 
engr. az. — Crest, on a ducal coronet gu. an eaile displ. 
or. 

Knight, [Hants.] or, on a che\". sa. three grifiins, sesrreaut, 
ol' the fira. 

Knight, [Buldock and Weston, Herts, and Betsford, Notts.] 
sa. on a fesse ar. three qiiatiefoils of the held, In thief 
a nag's head, erased, of the second. — Crest, a coat'.^ 
head or, attired and erased, |)er fesse, gu. holding in the 
mouth a laurel-sprig vert. 

Knight, [Ireland] ar. on a quarter gu. a spear in bend or. 

Knight, [Godmersham Park, Kent; and Chawton House, 
Hants.] vcit, a bend fusily or, in base a cinquefoil ar. 
a canton gu. ; quarterins, or, a chev. gu. bttw. three 
lions' gambs, erect, sa. for Austen. — Crests, first, a friar 
habited pjjr. holding in the dexter hand a cinquefoil, 
sli|)))ed, ar. and in the sinister, a cross sa. suspended 
from the wrist, the breast charged with a rose gu. ; se- 
cond, on a mural crown or, a buck, sejant, ar. attired 
01, for Ai)Slrn. 

Knight, alias Brother, [London, and Clerkenwell, Midd. 
Granted '2.5 July, 1(J04] ar. a fesse gu. frctty or, betw. 
three bulls' heads, erased, sa. attired of the third. 

Knight, [London and Kent, Jler. Off'. Lcndou, c.*J4] vert, 
a bend of fusils or, a crescent for diti'. — Crest, a demi 
friar pjir. vested and hooded ar. having an upper mantle 
or, holding in the dexter hand a lanthorn, purtkd of the 
third, in the sinister hand a pater-noster gu. with a cru- 
cifix pendent at the end. 

Knight, [Westerham, Kent. Granted 20 Feb. IGR'l] per 
chev. ejifii . sa. and ar. three griftins pass. countcrchanj:cd. 

Knight, [.Midd.] quarterly ; first and fourth, vert, a hend 
lo^engy or; second and third, per chev. ar. and sa. three 
cinquefoils counterchangcd ; over all, as an augmentation 
of honoiii, an escutcheon ar. charged with a cross iif 
St. George. 

Knight, [N'orlharaplon, 1G13. Confirmed by Sign Manvul 
to Jane Bavir.s, of St. Mcry-lc-bone, Midd. to take the 
Name and Arms of Knight, dated 29 April, 177-2] ar. 
three bends gu. ; on a canton az. a si)ur with buckle and 
leathers or. 

Knight, [Norf] ar. three palets gu.; on a canfoii of the 
second, a sjinr or. 

Knight, [Charwctton and Rowington, N.anip. Granted 
]til3] ar. three bendlets gu. ; on a canton of the second, 
a spur, leathered, the rowel downwards, or. — Crest, a 
spur, leathered, or, betw. a pair of wings gu. 

Knight, [Rrockhole, N.amp.] paly of six, or and ^u. a 
canton erm. 

Knight, [I'iddiiigton, N.amp. ; and Yorks.] eu. two bars 
ar. in thief three wolves' heads, erased, of the seccnd. 

Knight, [Banljury, O^on] ar. thrvc bends gn. : on a can- 
ton az. a spur, with the rowel downwards, leathered, or, 
wttliin a bordure of the second. 

Knight, [liash; horele, Salop] ar. three pales cu. within a 
bordure en^r. az. ; on a canton of the second, a sjiur 
or. — Crest, on a spur, lying fessewavs, or, an eai:Ie, per 
fesse, ar. and az. wings ex|)au<l<.jj of the first, beaied 
and lesiged gu. 

Knight, [Southampton] jxr chev. cnsrr. ar. and sa. three 
gritliiis pass, counterchangcd. — Crest, a gritlin's head 
gu. beak and dexter ear ar. the sinister sa. gorged nith 
a collar ... 

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Knight, nz. cii a fVsso oi, Ix Iw. tliife fishes, Imuiictit, ar. 

as inauY roses gii. — Crest, uii arm, couptd, liaMtfd beiulv 

of four, or ami ax. hoKlini;; in tlie hciml |)|)r. the lower linlf 

of a tisli, toupeil in the middle, of the seeoiid. 
Knight, or, on a chev. sa. three trritVnis, Senreant, of the 

field. — Crest, out of a diieal coronet or, an -eagle displ. 

criii. ' 
Knight, ar. on a canton gu. a spur or, within a hordurc 

sa. ('^Ijio/^cc, of llie third.) 
■ Knight, az. three fishes, naiant, in pale, ar. against llieir 

heads as many guttees d' or ; on a chief of the last, 

three torleauxes. 
Knight, i)aly of ci'^ht, t;u. and ar. ; on a canton of the 

first, a fcpur or. 
Knight, az. on a fesse, belw. three ]iikes, haurient, or, as 

many roses gu. seedeil of the second. 
Knight, ar. on a fesse, belw. three bucks' heads, erased, 

sa. attired or, a fret Ixlw. two marllels of the third. 
Knight, gu. three ^lak-is ar. a bordure eiigr. sa. ; on a 

canton of the last, a spur and leather, rowel downwards, 

or. 
Knight, per chev. ar. anil sa. three trefoils, ( Anathcr, 

ciu()uefoils) couiitenhanged 
Knight, az. three cornish choughs, in fesse, ar. ; on a 

chief or, as many torteanxes. 
Knight, ar. on a canton gu. a spur, leathered, or, rowel 

downwards, within a bordure sa. 
Knight, or, three palets au. ; on a canton sa. a spur-rowel 

of the field, \\ithin a bordure engr. of the third. 
Knight, per chev. or and sa. three ciuquefoiis counter- 
changed. I 
Knight, or, on a chief sa. three gritlins, segroant, of the : 

field. |. 

Knight, or, a bordure engr. sa. 
Knight, ar. two palets az. ; on a canton gu. a spur, buckle j 

and strap or. 
Knight, ar. a heliiwt gu. 

Knight. See Knile. \ 

K.N1GIITI5R1DGE, [Chelmsford, Esse.x] ar. on two i:ars sa. 

three garbs or. , 
Knigvitii-.v, Bart. [Fawsley.N. amp. 30 Dec. 1797. Toicn 

Iloiisc, 10, Upper llrook Street] quarterly; first ami 

fourth, erm.; sei ond and third, ])aly of six, or and gu. 

all within a bordure az. — Crest, a bikks head, couped, 

ar. attired or. Motto, Invito fortitm. 
Knightlcg, [Staft's.] quarterly ; first and fourth, paly of 

six, or and gu. ; second and third, erni. 
Knightteg, [Kingston-upon-Thuiiies, Surrey] quarterly ; 

first and fourth, erm.; second and third, paly of six, or 

and gii. on a bend az. a tilting s])oar of the second. — 

Crest, a stag's head ar. attired or, charged upon the 

neck with a trefoil vert. 
Knightley, quarterly ; first and fourth, paly of six, ar. 

and gu.; second and third, erm. all within a bordure 

az. 
Knighlleg, quarterly, erm. and or, three pales gu. 
Knightly, [ChorUy, Lane] vert, a cross engr. erm, in 

the first quarter, a mullet, pierceil, ... — Crest, a goat's 

head ar. charted with a muliel for difl". 
h'nightlif, [Fawesley, N.arap.] quarterly; first and fourth, 

paly of six, or and gu. ; second and third, erm. within a 

bordure az. 
Knightly, [Upton and Fawesley, N.ainp. ; and .^bchurcli, 

Warw,] quarterly; first and fourth, erm.; second and 



third, paly of six, or (Another, ar.) and gu. — Crest, a 
buck's head ar. attired or. . 

Knighth:, [N.amp. N.umh. and Vorks.] The same arms 
as IvMOtnLl-.Y, {{art. 

Knightlij, [Siatfs.] paly of six, or and gu. 

Knightly. [Woii .] ar. on a fess'.' sa. a mullet of the field. 
— Crest, a draiion's head sa. with three ton:.Mies uu. 

Knightly, (piarlerly, or :ind erm. the first and fourih quar- 
ters charged with three pales r.u. 

Knir/htly, a/, a hart's head, cahossed, or. (Another, ar.) 

KsinHloN, r>art. 'CharlstOM, Dors. I July, 1<J13; also 
of Blenduorlli Colta^e, Hants. Tuun House, 0, Hv.awr 
Square] barry of eight, per pale, az. and ar. counter- 
changed, a bend erminois ; on a chief gu. a dragon's 
lieaM, erased, betw. two annuKls or. — Crest, out of a 
flucal coronet or, two dragons' heads, in saltier, couj.ed 
at the shoulders, the dexter gu. sinister or, wreatlied 
alxiut the neck with a chain of the last. 

Knighton, [Herts.] ar. two bars az. ; on a canton of the 
second, a tun or. 

Knighton, [Bavlord, Herts.] barry of eight, ar, and az. — 
Crest, out rtf a ducal coronet or, two dragons' heads and 
necks, in saltier, ppr. 

Knighton, [SulV.] barry of eiiiht, ar. and az. ; on a canton 
or, a tun, paleways, gu. — Crest, as the last. 

Knighton, barry of eight, or and az. ; on a canton gu. a 
tun or. — CresI, two dragons' heads and necks l\\isted in 
eat h other, az. in a ducal coronet gu. 

Knif/litou, ar. a bend nebulec gu. betw. two bendiets of 
th'e la.-t. 

Knighton, vert, two lions ranip. in fesse, or. 

Knilicgh, Oi- Kii.EGH, az. a buck's head or. 

KNIfE, [Loudon. Granted IG Xov. It!)/;] gu. two bars 
ar. in chief three wolves' heads, conped, of the se- 
cond. — Crest, a wolf's head ar. transfixed through the 
breast with a broad arrow or, plumed and armed of the 
first. 

Kn'pe, [ Lane, and Westniin&ter] The same arms anti crest. 

KsiPKl.L, az. on two bare or, tliree mullets gu'. — Crest, a 
tiger's face or, betw. two laurel-branches vert. 

Knipell, or Kriiperley. The same arms. (Auothi-.r, the 
mullets pierced.) 

Kniphausf.N, [I'russia] quarterly; fii'st and fourth, or, 
a wivern vert; second and third, ar. a lion rariip. sa. 
Crest, out of a coronet with seven pearls on the rim, -i 
demi liou r:imp. sa. betw. two wings or. 

Kniston. See Kneston. 

Knite, or K.MGilT, gn. two bars ar. in chief tiiree uoKes' 
heads, erased, of the second. 

Kmveton, [Bradley, Derb.] gu. a bend vair. 

Kniieion, [!5radley, Derb.] gu. a bend vaii- bel«. six 
crosses formee or. 

Kniveton, [Mircaston, Devons.] gu. a chev. vaire, ar. and 
sa. — Crest, an laale's head betw. two wings, all ppr, 

Kniveton, alias Gilbert, gu. a bend vaire, ar. atul sa. 

Kniveton, gu. a chev. vair. 

Knocking, per pale, ar. and sa. a fesse, nobuiee, coun- 
terehanged. 

Knocks, az. three Roman K's, ar. two and one. 

Knoell. See Knovvles. 

Knolas, gu. a chev. ar. charged with three ro>cs of 
the field; on a cantou of the second, a Heui.do-!is of 
the first. — Crest, a ram's head, couped, ar. horned or. 

Knoles, az. crubily, a cross hioluie, voided throughout, or. 



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Ksoi.i., or Knowles, [Ches.] gii. a chcv. botw. three 

roses ar. 
fy'noll- See Knowles. 
K SOI.I R, t"" Knoli.s, gu. a chev. ar. botw. thrcp rouiullcs, 

|,i,ri-o(l, or. 
Knoi.les, .[CIhs.] ar. oh a chcv. gii. three roses of the 

i;.-M. 

Ano//c.<, [Little Ilanipston, Devons.] or, a falcon sa. 
prfvinc: on a inoorcotk ppr. ; on a. chief of the second, 

time l)ini-liolls ur. 
hut'Ucs, [Ihuits.] or, three flenni lions pass, guanl. gu. — 

Crest, a grifliii, se^reant, or. 
h'lioll'H, or, u cross, coupcd, gu. — Crest, on a cloui), a 

s|. litre ppr. 
Knoli.s, cr Knon^i.s, [Ches.; Chispiiig, Lane; Ciiip- 

I ill;; Jind liarpiev, Xoif.] gii. on a chev. ar. three rose^, 

liarlied and seeded of the field. — Crest, a ram's head ar. 

ntlircd or. 
Knoi.i.YS, [Berks.; and Kingeshiirv, ^\■ar^v.] az. a cross 

nioline, voided throughout, hetw. t\selve cross crosslets 

or. — Crest, an eleihatit ar. 
/i')iu//»/s, [Grove Piace, Hants.] gu. on a chev. ar. three 

roses of the field, a canton erni. 
Knomley, or, three stars en. a label of five points az. 
Knomly, Knowles, or Knonvile, [Glouc] ar. three 

mullets gu. 
Knomlye, ar. three mullets of six points, gu. a label of 

five points az. 
Knonvile. Sec Knomly. 
Knot, [Whitchurch, Southampton. Granted 15 April 

1632] sa. a key erect, in pale, or, belw. two palets errai- 

nois. 
Knot, or Knott, sa. a key, paleways, or, betw. t\\o jialels 

erra. — Crest, a lion's head, erased, gu. 
Knotford, or KxoTWORTH, ar. four ftisils, in fesse.sa. 
KNOTroKTii, [Wore] The same anus. 
KsoTSHUL[., sa. a chev. embattled hetw. three crescents 

ar. — Crest, ade.xtei' hand, issuing from a cloud, hukling 

a broken spear ppr. 
Jinotshull, az. guttee d'eau a chev. ragnly, Letw. three 

crescents ar. 
Knotsworth, ar. four loxenges, in fesse, sa. 
Knott, [Suff.] az. guttee d'or a chev. of the last, hetw. 

three crescents ar. 
hnott, [Suss.] az. guttee dor, a chev. betw. three cres- 
cents of the last. — Crest, a unicorn's head ar. armed and 

trinod or. 
Knott. The same arms. — Crest, a wolf, collared and 

chained, ppr. 
l^'iutt. Sec Knot. 

KnottisPord, ar. two bars gu. within a bor'dure engr. 
Knottok, ar. a fret az. on a fesse gu. three mullets of 
.Ihc field. 

Knotwood, [Norf.] ar. (Another, or,) three cinque- 
foils cu. 
"^noticooJ, ar. three cinque.foils gu. — Crest, a boar re- 

guanl sa.-seizini; an arrow fi.x'ed in his shoulder. 
Knotworth. See Knotford. 
■Knouill, or, three mullets gu. 
[f'^OVF.T. SecKNOViLE. 
^^ovii., [Glouc; Salop; and StatTord. Temp. Edw. I.] 

iir. three etoiles gu. (Aiinl/ier, mullets.) 
j^^'ovn.E, or Knovkt, ar. three riiullcts gu. 
^voviLL, gu. six mullets, pierced, or, a label az. 



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j Knowt.i.l. See Knowlf. 
Knowlp,, liNowELL, o;-Knowlrs, [Sandford] sa. three 

fusils upon slippers, transposed, points downward, or. 
Knowli.h, 'Stroud, Krnt] ar. on a bend betw. two eot- 
tisrs sa. n liun pass, cuard. of the field, crowned or. — 
Ciciit, u ilemi hern ppr. vo'aiit, issuinif out of reeds. 
(Another crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a denii hern, 
! issuing, erin.) 

j K'no\vli;s, 15ait. iLovelhill, near Windsor, Berks. 31 
Oct. I7ti-j] a/, crusily of crosslet.«, a cross molinc, 
voided, or. — Crest, an elephant, statant, ar. Motto, 
Semper paraliis. 
! Knoieles, or Knoel/, [.Saniford Oreas, Dors. ; and Soniers.] 
I gu. on a Lend ar. three escallo|>s sa. 
I Kii'iirles, Kiioell, Knidt, or Knolle. The same arms. — 
j Ciest, a parrot, Icetlidg on a branch of cherries, jipr. 
I Kiioirlex, [I'Lurl of Banburv] az. seiuce of cross crosslets, 
a cross nioline or, voided throughout, of the field. — 
' Cicsf, an eh^pliant ar. 

\ KdiwIp!-,, [.Aviesii.iin, Norf.] gu. on a chev. ar. three roses 

of tile field, in thief a crescent or, chaiged with a mullet 

' sa. — Cicst, a rani's head ar. attired or. 

j Kiiowlest, [Ole-.^shby, N.amp. ; aufi Walton, SuS'. Granted 

I lotiOj gn. on a eliev. ar. three roses vert, barbed and 

seeded of the tield ; on a canton of the second, a fieur- 

de-lis of the first. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet gu. an 

I elephants head ar. 

\ Knoieles, [Knowies, Scotland.] The same arms and crest. 
Knowles, gu. on a chcv. ar. three roses of the first, a can- 
ton erm. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet gu. a ram's 
head ar. armed or. 
\ Knowles, az. a hawk seizing a partridge, ar. ; ou a chief of 
j the last, three bolts of the first. 
Kiiowles. See Knoll, and Knomly. 
Knowls. See Knolls. 
Knowlys, ar. a cross, coupcd and pierced, sa. a chief gu. 

— Crest, a uuicoru ramp. )>pr. 
Knows, [of that Ilk] ar. a chcv. betw. three roses gu. 
Knotes, [Knows, Seotlaud] gu. on a chev. ar. three roses 
of tile first. — Crest, a hand, per pale, lioldiug a cres- 
cent or. 
Know'sley, az. a pale engr. erminois, betw. two lions 
ramp. ar. — Crest, a leo|)ard's head, couped, .., col- 
lared and lined . ., with a ling at the end of the line. 
KNowTOiV, ar. a chev. gu. hetw. three crowns sa. 
Knowyl, [Glouc.] ar. three mullets gu. 
Knox, Viscount NORTH L.\XD, and Baron Welles, of 
Dungannon. [CVeations, Baron, IGJan. 1781; and Vise. 
5 Jut;/ ll'Jl. Residences, Rwell, near Ep.vom, Surrey; 
and Dungannon Park, Ireland. Town House, 30, Uj)per 
Seymour Street] quarterly; first and fourth, gu. a fal- 
con, volant, or, within an orle, wa\y on the outer side, 
and engr. on the inner, ar. for Knox; seconil and third, 
ar, on a chief gu. thri'e palets or, within a hordnrc en^r. 
az. for Keith. — Crest, a fiilcoii, perched, ppr. Suji- 
(xjrters, two falcons, wings expanded, ppr. ducally 
gorged, cli-iined, beaked, and taloned, or. Motto, Movco 
St jiropitior. 
Knox, quarterly, gu. and ar. an orle, counterchauged, in 
the centre an eagle, volant, sa. — Crest, a griliin's head, 
betw. tuo wines or, each charged with a toiteaux. 
Knox, [of that lik] gu. a filcou, volant, or, within an orle, 

invecked on the outer side, ar. 
Knox, [Dundee, Scotland] .., a fesse .., betw. a cross 



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patter, ioter two crpsci'nts in iliicf ... fcnd a iKiar'n head 
• and iieik, roup (1, in ll^l^e ... 
Knox, »r. t\<o ki vs. iii Milticr, i;ii. — Crf>t, a jlciiii lion ar. 

Iloldin^ III llie dixler |i<iw :i kt-y •;ii. 
Knoyi.k, Jill, oil it IhiiiI ar. tinoe escallops sa. 
Knyffe, iialy of »i\, ar. iiiiil az. ; on a cliicf sa. two 

swords, in s;il(iir, ol llif first, hilu oi'. 
Knygut, ar. a bordure sa.; on a cuntoD gu. a spur or, 

rowrl doMiiwards. 
Knyghtc.ky, az. un inesoutclioon erui. 
Knyll, [Knill, Hi-ref.] trni. three bars gu. in cliitff ns 

many lions of tiic last. 
Knyll, [llerei.] gu. crnsily filcli<!e or, a lion ramp, of the 

last. 
Knyll. The sanic aims. — Crc^^t, out of a ducal coronet, a 

plume of ostiich's feathers, in a ease. 
Knypekslly, [Stalls.] az. three sjiades or, bandies ar. 
Knypcrsley, az. three .spades, in pale, ar. 
Knyple, az. on tvo bars or, three mullets, pierced, fju. 
Knyston, sa. a lion ramp, double queued or, in chief a 

label of three points gu. 
Knyston. See Kingston. 
Knyvet, ar. on a bend cngr. sa. three trefoils, slipped, of 

the first, within a bordure engr. of the second. 
Knyveton, gu. a chev. vaire, ar. and sa. 
Knyvett, ar. a bend sa. vithin a bordure engr. of the 

same. — Crest, a demi dragon, wings az. 
Knyvctlf az. three knives ar. with crooked, (^or bent) 

hafts gu. — Crest, a sword and ear of wheat, in saltier, 

ppr. 
Knyvett, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three stags' heads, couped, 

KoCKER, ar. two squirrels, sejant, in pale, gii. 

KoCKiNG, per ])ale, ar. and sa. a fesse nebulee, counter- 
changed. 

KocKS. The same as Knocks. 

KoEHiER, or, three coulters of a plough, fesseways.in pale, 
az. — Crest, two coullers, endorsed, jialeways, az. 

KoGNOSE, [N.unib.] gu. a fesse ar. in chief three lozen- 
ges of the second. 

Kognose. The same arms. — Crest, a coek sa. combed 
and wattled gu. beaked and legged or. 

KoKE, az. three coeks ar. armed, crested, and jelioped, or. 

Koke, az. three coeks ar. armed gu. 

Koke, [Broxbonrne, lleref.] — Crest, an ostrich holding in 
the beak a horse-slioe, ar. 

KOKEFIELD. Sec COKFELD. 

KoKEHAM, ar. on a cross sa. a mullet or. 

Kokeham, ar. on a cross sa. a mullet of six poiuts, pierced, 
of the field. 

KoKEN, vert, two bars or. 

KoKENEY^, gu. tliree lozengeB ar. each charged with a 
cross of the field. 

KOKERAM. See COKEKAM. 

KoKERULL, ar. on a cross gu. five cock? or. 
KOKERHAM, ar. on a cro.ss sa. a mullet of six points of 

the first. 
Kokcrham, ar. on a bend sa. three leopards' faces of the 

first. 
KoKERtNGHAM, ar. On a cross sa. lin ctoiie or. 
IvOKERiNGTON, [Line] The same. 
KoKF.s, sa. three bends ar. 
koKESATTON, ar. fretty gu. 
KoKING, [Heref.] per pale, wa^A, ar. and aa. 



KoKlNGTON, eu. three co ks ar. — Crfst, a unicorn'* 

head, crused, or. 
KoKYRMAM, ar. on ^i bend sh ihrc' I o.inr I'l" h*aJs or. 
Koi.BRocK, ar. a lion ninij). uu. o\er iiil a bend or, 

iliar'j;i(l willi three cross crob>lLts titclice >;!. 
Koi.i ANDs, — Crest, a dexter .haiiil, l;enihvavs, cuuped, 

holding ii da'4'.;er. Motio, .^'pvs juvat. 
Koi.ON, [N.iiinb.] ar. on a fe.sse sa. a liim pass. betw. two 

escallops of the field, in chief three bunvh.s ol wheat, 

with as many stalks in each biineh, banded, gu. — Crest, 

a bird's head ar. winged az. iu his beak three ears of 

wheat Ol. 
KoLVlLl., [Leic] or, on a fesse gu. three plates. 
Rolcitl, [Line] or, a fcssir gu. 
KoMERS, [Kent] or, a inaiiiuh sa. 
KoRKE, vaiic, or and vert, a bend erm. 
Korke, gu. betw. two chev. or, as many etoiles ar. in chief, 

two einqiu foils, and in base, one, of the second. 
KOTERINGH AM, ar. on a fesse cngr. sa. a star or. 
KoTTERTON, ar. a chev. betw. three cinqnefoik sa. 
KovERDAW, sa. three covers for cups ar. 
Krage, ar. a seithe, in bend sinisler, sa. 
Kragg, Krag, Krog, 0)- Kkoge, az. a plough, in fesse, 

ar. — Crest, a dexter hand, holding up a garland of 

laurel vert. 
Kra.mer, [Ge^Inany and Ireland] per fesse indented, a«. 

and or, in chief two fleurs-de-lis of the last. — Crest, & 

tleur-dc-lis belw. two wings, expanded, or, pinioned ar. 
Krampton, ar. a chev. betw. three martlets sa. — Crest, a 

dextjr hand, vested az. holding a branch of palm, ppr. 
Krampton, or Krimton, ar. a cliev. gu. betw. three crows 

ppr. — Crest as the last. 
Kribitot, and Kribtot. See Kyrktot. 
Krog, a7id Kroge. See Kragg. 
Kronton, ar. a ihev. gu. betw. three mullets sa. 
Krov.'TON, ar. on a chev. gu. betw. three crows pjir. as 

many crescents ar. — Cre.-it, an arm holding a broken 

ftjjear, ppr. top pendent. 
Kroye, az. a plough, in fesse, ar. Motto, Juvat dunt la- 

cerat. 
KuwM. [Wales] ar. on a chev. sa. three angels kneeling, 

habited in long robes, close girt, their hands conjoined 

and elevated, wings displ. or. 
Kick FIELD, barry of four, or and az. a liou, ramp. 

conntercbanged. 
KuD) ORD, az. a chev. betw. nine mullets or, four, two, one, 

and two. 
KuKEFiELD, sa. a fleur-de-lis erm. — Crest, a demi lion 

ramp. sa. brandishing a scimitar or. 
KuLCHETH, or CuLCIIETH, [Culclielh, Lanc] ar. an ea- 
gle sa. preying on a child ])pr. swaddled gu. banded or. 
Kui.l.iNGWlKE, perchev. or and az. in chief two roses ir\i. 

stalked, leaved, and barbed vert, seeded of the first; in 

ba.se an ostrich's feather ar.— Crest, a cubit arm, erect, 

vested sa. cuff erm. holding in the hand ppr. a chaplet of 

laurel vert. 
Ktillhigii-ikc, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three birds vert. 
Kui.LlNGWORTH, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three pots vert. 
Ku.MlCR, gu. a chief indented or. 
KuMERSON, ar. a chev. betw. three mullets gu. — Crest, 

a griliin's head, erased, or. 
Km CHIN, ar. on a chev. per pale, gu. and sa. bct». three 

jiheons of the second, as many cr€scci>ts or.— Crest, a 

crane's bead, erased, ar. 



KYI, 

Kt CHARD, or, ft lion ramp. sa. within an orle of b;ilt;t8 of 
the srronH. — Crest, a wolfs hpad or, collaied g». in the 
ni.>uth a trefoil vert. 

Ktw, [Scotland] ar. a tree, eradicated, vert, pendent on 
(tic bian'hi's a bngle-liorn or; on a chief az. three mul- 
lets of the field. — Crest, an increscent ))i)r. Motto, Do- 
nee ivijAeat orbem. 

Kv'li [Duiidee, Scotland] .., a tree eradicated . . , in chief 
three hunting lioru.s ...strincjed ... 

h'lul, [Craigie, Scotland] ar. a pine-tree, eradicated, ppr. 
with a huutinGf horn pendent from a branch or, stringed 
^u. — Crest, a hunting horn. Motto, JJonec ivtpleat or- 
bem. 

Kyd, [Woodhili, Scotland] The same, with a. chief az. 
"charged with three mullets or. — Crest and luotto as the 
last. 

Kyuale, or Kendale, ar. a chcv. betw. three dolphins, 
naiafit, sa. 

KvDDY, sa. a lion ramp. ar. armed and langued gu. 

KviHiRM ASTER, [Lincoln's Inn, Lonflon ; and Coiishall, 
WarM-.] az. tv\o chev. erniinois betw. three bezants.^ 
Crest, on a chapeau az. turned up erni. a cockatrice 
erniinois, ^^inss elevated and endorsed. 

Ktjdermaster, [Suss.] az. two chcv. ar. betw. three bezants. 
— Crest, on a chapeau gu. turned up erm. an eagle ar. 
win^s endorsed. 

KviiRloii, [Wales] sa. a lion rainp. rcguard. or. 

Ky 11 w ALLEY, or, it fosse dancettee gu. 

K VERK WALD, ]icr ffsse, gi>. and or, in chief a griffin pass, 
ar. in base a wolf j»ass. rrguanl. vert, holding in the 
mouth a fish of the third. 

Kyffin, ar. on a chev. gu. betw. three pheons sa. a mul- 
let of the first. 

Kyffyn, alias Wachan, [Salop] per fesse, sa. and ar. 
a lion ramp, counterchanged. — Ciest, a lion ramp. |ier 
ffsse, ar. and sa. 

Kyghley, ar. a fes.se sa. 

Kylciie, ar. a lion ramp. a.z. 

Kyiohiche, sa. a griilin, segreant, volant, ar. 

Kylahy, ar. two chev. sa. 

Kyle, or Killey, [Devons.] ar. a che». betw. three 
ileurs-de-lis gu. 

•Ay/e, or Ki/lry. The same arms. — Crest, out of a (i;ical 
coronet or, a bull's head sa. 

''.V'f> [Scotland] or, three candlesticks sa. 

"i/Zc, [Scotland] ar. two candlesticks in chief, sa. and a 
iiiiiljet in base, gu. — Crest, an anchor and calih' pj>r. 

".'//c, or, three candlesticks sa. within a i.oiduro ar. — 
Crest, a deer's head ppr. Motto, Providaitia vie coni- 
mitlo. 

fvT leborne, sa. three lozenges ar. 

'^Y I I.AM, az. three cups, covered, ar. 

^YLLE, [DcAons.] ar. a chev. betw. three dclTc? gu. 

''.vw. The same arms. — Crest, a rock sa. 

•■^YILEY. Tl 



lie same arms. 



I^eds, 
heads, 



*^ Y I.LIN GE EC K, [Tulworth, Ilrnincham, and 

lorks.] ar. on a chev. sa. betw. three unicorns 

T^iM'd, az. ,Ts nr-iny annulets or. 
f^V'liiinbccA, [Chnp|icll-Allerlon, Yorks.] ar. on a chev. 

"a. betw. three unicorns' heads, coujied, az. as nianv 

i»lin:dels or. 
"■'.'"""jhrek. The same arms. — Crest, on a ducal coron"!, 

U talbot, collared and lined, ppr. 
^■VLLMh.SSANE. See KlLLCSSON. 



K y N 

Kylom, alias Dkaveh, ar. on a fesse cngr. betw. thn-e 
annulets gu. a niullft, pierced, of the first, enclosed by 
two covered cups or. — Crest, a buck's head, couped, gu. 
attired or, charged on the neck with a fesse of the se- 
cond, betw. three annulets ar. 

Kylum, alias Draper, ar. on a fesse engr. betw. three an- 
nulets gu. ns many covered cups or. 

Kym AKIiERSLEY, az. sem6e of cross crosslets or, a lion 
rani)), of the last. 

KvMEALL, ar. a chev. within a bordure sa. 

Kym BELL, and Ky.mberley, ar. a fesse and bordure 
engr. sa. 

Kymber, ar. two chev. within a bordure engr. gu. 

Kymbeklee, or Kymberley, ar. a tree, eiadicat<^, 
vert. — Cre.st, a cock reguard. gu. 

hyrtibcrlrc , ar. an oak-tree, eradicated, vert, acorned or. 

Kymberk'c, ar. a chev. sa. within a bordure engr. of the 
second. 

Kymberley, ar. a chev. vitbin a bordure engr. gu. 

Kymbcrlrt/, ar. a tree vert. 

Kymberley. Sec Kymbell, and fiymberlee. 

Kymblk, ar. on a bend gn. three leojiards' heads oC the 
first. 

Kyme, [P.oslon, Line] gu. a chcv. or, betw. ten cross 
crosslets ar. 

Kyme, [Kcstevcn, Line. Temp. Ilcn. JI.] gu. a chev. betw. 
ten ciovs crosslets or. (Another, nine; another, six.) 

Kytne, ar. a chev. betw. three quatrefoils az. — Crest, a 
pole-cat jipr. 

Kyme, gu. a chcv. vert. 

Kyme, ar. a chev. betw. three quatrefoils az. stalked vert. 

Kyme, or, two chcv. sa. 

Kyme, az. a chev. lictw. three crosslels or. 

Kymer, [V»'astchelborow, Dors.] ar. three wolves pass, 
in pale, az. within a bordure .. bo'zautec. — Crest, a leo- 
pard's head gu. 

Kymes, ar. a chev. betw. three quatrefoils az. stalked 
and leaved vert. — Crest, on a mount vcrt, a tortoise ppr. 

Kympto.n, [Weston, Herts.] az. a pelican betw. thice 
ficurs-dc-lis or.- — Crest, a demi goat crm. attired and 
hoofed or, collared and lined sa. 

Kywplon, az. a fesse betw. three fleurs-de-lis or. 

K Y M yell, f Ivvmyell, Ccrnw.] ar. thice dolphins, em bowed, 
in pale, sa. 

Kynansley, ar. a fissc vtiire, or and az. betw. three ea- 
gles displ. gu. 

K.YN Al.nnv, nr. a fesse sa. I'otw. tbicc crescents gu. 
within a bordure engr. of the second. 

Kynarui si.EY, [rirayllord, Derb.; Somers. ; SlafTs. ; and 
Ward-Kiid, Warw.] ar. a fesse vairc, or and gu. betw. 
three eagles displ. sa. — Crest, on a mount vcrt, a prcy- 
houiid, sejant, ar. collarer! or, under a holly-tree of the 
fjr,-t, fnnted mi. 

Kynaiddilry, [Lnokesley, Stiifts.] ar. a fesse vair^, or and 
gu. betw. three ca;:;les displ. of the third. 

Kynardeslry, ar. a fesse vairc, or and gu. bclw. three ea- 
gles displ. of the second. 

KYNARnt.sLY, [Salop, 7\mp. Eilw. /.] az. a lion ramp, 
ar. within an orle of cross crosslcts of (he second. 

KYNAUnsiiY, ^crl, a chev. betw. three leopards' brads 
or. 

Kynaudysuy. The same .Trnis. — Crest, a leopard's face 
or, in tlie umuth ;i sword ppr. 

Kynaston, Dart. [Nanlvick, Salop, 8 Dec. 1810; hIm, 

C7'] 



K Y N 



K r R 



of llisliy, near P.urj- St. Etlniunds, Siiff. Town House, ' Kynns, [Send, GIouc] az. on a ftssp, (oltiseil, or. tlir 



>Jivait".s Hotel, Brook Street] quarterly; first and fourth 

crni. a tlitv. f;u.; second and tliird, or, a litin lamp. sa. 

— Crest, the .>un in splendour, surmounted l>v a dexter 

arm, in artnonr, endjowed, lioldtns in tlie hand a swnnl, 

all ppr. 
Kyiiastun,' [Tiiorington, Essex] The same as ol" Ryton 

Stokes, Slirevbl)ury, Ac. uitli a martlet on the ehev. or. 
Kynastnii, [ilorley, Salop] erni. a cbcv. en. — Crest, a 

dexter arm, endjowed, in armour, ppr. iioldinc; a svorc! 
. ar. hilt or, all against a sun oC the last. 
Kynuslon, [Oteley, Salop] ar. a lion ramp. sa. — Crest, a 

lion's head, erased, sa. guttee dor. 
Kynaston, or Kyueslon. The same arms. — Crest, a demi 

greyhound az. 
Jiyiiastnn, or Kynerslon, [R)ton .Stokes, Shre\\sbury ; 
, Woodhouse and Shotteu, Salop. Granted 19 April, 

loG9] ar. a chev. cw^i. betw. three mullets sa. — Crest, 

an eagle's iiead, erased, sa. ducally gorged ar. in the 

beak a sprig of laurel vert. 
Kyndall, ernj. on a bend gu. three ehev. or. 
Kyndwell, az. a wolf, salient, ar. collared and chained or. 
Kyne, or Kyses, az. a bend wavy, cotlised, ar. 
Kyner, gu. a chief indented, or. 
Kynf-UBY, ar. three lions pass. gu. — Crest, on a chapeau 

ar. turned up gu. and charged \vith four tleurs-de-lis or, 
a lion pass, of the second. 
KYiNERSTON, ar. a chev. betw. three mullets %». 
KynerstoH, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three mullets sa. 
Kynerston. See Kynaslon. 
Kynes. See Kyne. 
KynesI-EY, ar. a fesse dancettee erm. 
Kyneston, or Kyngeston, ar. a bend wavy betw. two 

cottises gu. 
Kyneston, See Kynastoii. ' 

Kyngarby', ar. on a fesse sa. betw. three crescents gu. 



martlets gu. 

Kynny.\n. See Kynnis.man. 

Kynsky. See Kingsey. 

Kynver, gu. a chief indented, or. 

Kynvim.em, gu. a bend l»-tw. three spear-head.s ar. 

Ky.nynmond, or Kynmnmond, [of that Ilk] az. a 
ehev. ar. betw. three fl. ui ^-dl■-|is or. 

Kynynmound, Ivir! of MINTO of Roxburgh, Vi-cobiit 
Meliinnd of Melgutid, in the Co. of Forfar, and Buidd 
Miiilo of Minto, in that of Roxburgh; and a N.S. Ba- 
ronet. H'rcations, Bart. 1700; llaron, "JO Oci. 1""J7 ; 
Vise. an<l Earl, 24 Feb. l^Ki. RcsiJeiicc, Minto Castle, 
Ro\bur:;h] quarterly ; fir?lnnd fourth quurtei.=, quarter- 
ly, first and fourth, nr. a bugle-horn sa. stringed and gar- 
nished gu. on a chief az. three mullets of the first, for 
Murruy : second anrl third, az. a chev. ar. betw. three 
fleurs-de-lis or, for Jiyniinmnvnd ; seconrl and third, gu. 
on a bend engr. or, a baton az. within a bordure vair, for 
Elliot; over all, a chief of augmentation ar. char:;cd 
with a Moor's head, couped, in profile, ppr. being the 
arms of Corsica. — Crest, a dexter arm, enibowed, is- 
suing from clouds, throwing a dart, all |(pr. Motto, 
over, Non erjet ami. Snjiporters, dexfer, an Indian 
sbce|> ; sinister, a fn\sn, both j'pr. Motto, S:'ai-licr tl 
foriitcr. 
Kyrby, ar Kyrkby, [Essex] sa. a lion ramp. ar. holding 

in the paw a garb or. 
Kyrby, or Kyrkby, [Kent] az. five lions ranip. or ; o:> a 

canton ar. a mullet gii. 
Kyrliy, or Kyrkby, [Line] az. a fesse bel\\'. tuo ehev. 

engr. crm. 

Kyrby, ar. two bars gu. ; on a canton of the second, a 

lion's head, erased, or. (Another, a cross crosslet or.) 

— Crest, out of a ducal coronet, per pale, or and ar. an 

phanl's head gu. cared of the second, tusked of tlie first. 



two cross ciosslets fitchee .., within a bordure enur. of | Kyrliy, or Kyrkby, per pale, uu. and sa. a lion rar.ip. ar. 



the second 
Kyngesley, vert, on a cross engr. erm. an annnle; sa. — 

Crest, in a ducal coronet gu. a goat's head ar. 
Kyngeston, ar. on a bend az. three cross crosslets or. 
Kyngeston. See Kyneston. 
KYNGSFELn, gu. two bendlets erm. 
Kyngsmili,, or, a chev. erm. betw. three milhinds and 

ten crosslets fitchee sa. a chief ermines. 
Ky'NGTON, ar. guttee gu.; on a chief az. three ducal 

crowns or. 
Kynisman, gu. a fesse cheqny, or and sa. betw. six 

crosses pomel ar. 
Kynkennel, ar. on a saltier engr. sa. an annulet or, 

within a bordure engr. of the second. 
Kynn, ar. tv\o chev. sa. — Crest, an eagle's head, couped, 
or. 
Kynnelmarch, per fesse, ar. and sa. a lion ramp, the 

upper p;?.:t guttee ar. the lower part erm. — Crest, two 

lions' gambs, conjoined at the bottom, guttee, ar. and sa. 

countcrchanged, holding a wolf's head, erased. 
KynNEMAN, and KynnesmaN. See KlNS.M.AN. 
KynnektoN, ar. a chev. engr. su. betw. thire mullets, 
. pierced, sa. — Crest, a chess-rook sa. betw. two wings 

ppr. 
Kynmnmonh. See Kynynmond. 
Kynnis.ma.v, or IvYNNYANj gu. three bulls' heads, ca- 

bossed, ar. armed or. 



KvRELL, [lleref.] ar. a t'esse betw. throe fleur 

Kyrrll, [Sutton, Kent] or, two chev. gu. a canton of the 

last. — Crest, a bnlls head ... ( Another crest, a taP.int's; 

head, erased, ar.) 
Kyrell, ar. two chev. gu. a canton of the la.^t. 
Kyrham, [Dtvons.] ar. three lions ramp. gu. 

IvYRIALI.. See CrYOILL. 

Kyriell, or, two chev. gu.; on a canton of the seeoii', 

a lion pass, guard, of the first. 
Kykkai.on, ar. three bars gcmelles sa. 
Kyrkhryn, [N'oruieh] or, a cioss engr. vert. 
Kykkby, ar. on a fesse vert, three crescents nr. 
hyrkhy, ar. two bars gu. ; on a canton of the second, a 

cross nioline or. 
Kyrkby. See Kyrby. 
Kyrke, per fessf, or and gu. a lion ramp, reguard. 

counterchanged. 
Kyrke, per fosse, or and gu. a lozenge, counterchani^ed. 
Kyrke, or, a chev. and label of tluee jjoints gu. 
Kvrkebe, oj-Kerkeie, per pale, ar. and gu.; on achicf 

sa. a lion pass. or. 
Kyrkebkide, sa. thiee umllets ar. within a bordure 

engr. or. 
Kyrkekl'RYE, ar. a cross engr. sa. bit-.v. fear a;;ni!!ets of 

the last. 
Kyrkeby, per pale, gu. .inj sa a fesse or, over all a !iou 

ramp, double queucil, ar. 



L A (5 

t\itrl>rtii, a/, six lions raiiij). or; on a canton of the sccoiici, 

a mil lit I i;"- 
A urlirli'i, nz- a iVsse bctw. two cbev. en^r. . . . 
Kv irKFl-CiKPi", sa. three iiiiillots ar. within a bonliire eugr. 

pi. Ciest, nil ;intiqiif liuiij) or, flanimaut ppr. 

KyIIKTON, IT", tiirce hnrs crin. 

Kyrktcit,' Kripitot, or Kribtot, [Siiff.] az. on a 

cross ar. tivo < s'-allops ^,u. 
h'vrlclot, Krihitot, or Krihtot. The same arms. — Crest, 

"a liexler hnnil, holdins; a s\\ortl, in pale, all ppT. 
KyruyN, chcqiiy, c;u. and ar. a cros.< az. 
Kyi;si.o\v, ayronnj' of twilve, or and sa. ; on a canton 

•'II. a covered enp of the lirst. 
Kyrton, sa. three lishes, naiant, in jiale, ar. a chief 

parly per chief of the field and erm.on the tirst u.- many 

(leiirs-de-lis or. 
Kyi'lon, az. on a fisse hetw. tvochev. ar. lliiee crescents ^'u. 
Kytchvn, [Helper, Derb. ; and Islington, .Miild. Granlcd 

12 Felt. 1578] ar. on a pile az. betw. two cross cross- 
lets gu. a (iove, volant, upright, ar. beaked and tnera- 

bcred of the third. 
Kytf, az. on a chrv. h-.Uv. three kites' head>^, erased, or, 

as many tuli))s liowe'rcd gn. leaved vert. 



I. 



I, ARAN, [Ireland] gu. five bezants, in bend sinister. — 

Crest, an antelope, pass, per pale, or and gu. 
Lap.ere, az. a bend ar. cottisefl, or, betw. six martlets 

of the last. 
L.ABIBAED, or, a chief cheqny, of the first and gu. 
Laborer, ar. on a bend sa. three annulets of the first, 

a trefoil, slipjied, of the second. 
Jjaborer, or, two bars cemeiks gn. in chief two crosses, 

conped, of the second. 
Laborer, or Labnicr, or, two bars genielles gu. in chief a 

cross of the second. — Crest, a hand, conped, ftssevvays, 

charged with an eye, both pjM'. 
Labornk, chequy, ar. and gu.; on a chief or, a denii lion 

ramp. sa. ■ 

Laborne, ar. on a bend, betw. three trefoils, slipped, gu. 

as many annulets of the field. 
La Urion, az. a cross moline or. 
Labruer. See Laborer. 
Lace, ar. a pale gu. in fesse three ninlkts, connter- 

changcd. — Crest, a tall)ot's head sa. 
Lacer, ar. on a chief gu. five roses of the field. 
Aacer, or, on a cross az. five roses ar. 
Lac ESTER, az. a fesse betw. three fleurs-de-lis or. 
Lacey, az. three benitlets cim. — Crest, a bear's pa^v, 

erased, holding a rose branch, leaved vert. 
Lachault, ar. two harts' horns, in saltier, sa 
I-fichaulf, ar. two tenter-hooks, in saltier, sa. 
Lachlan, [Scotland] az. two bars wavy ar. betw. as 

many cross crosslcts fitchee, in chief, or, and a swan, 

Willi wings endorsed, of the second. ^-Crcsf, a swan, c.s 

in the arms. Motto, Dirina sibi carit. 
^chlan, [England.] — Crest, a denii Savage, wreathe I 

about the head and middle, holding a club, in pale, all 

ppr. 
J.A(KF, — Crest, out of a ducal coronet, a dexter hand, 

■b'llditig a serpent, riiv-iroiied round the arm. 



L A d 

Lackingciche, fir [.AKINI ICH, ar. a chcv. betw. •!:rfe 

chapUts sa. Ilowered gu. 
Lackington 'I'lio same arn.s as Lartngton. 
Lackson, ar. on a cluv. sa. bctw. three eagles' heads, 

erased of llii' last, as fiiany cimpitfoils of the first. 
Lacock, [Suutliwell, Notts. L'diijirmcd \1 Nov. 1613] 
ar. a u^aunlkt sa. .stn<lded or, a crescent for difF. — Crest, 
a cock ar. combetl, jellopi d, and legged gn. supporting 
with the de\ter foot a i^aiintkt sa. pn'fled or. 

Lncnck, or iMijcocIt, [Woodborongh, is'otts.] The same 
arms and crest. 

Lacocke, ar. a sanntlet sa. — Crest, a cotk, rising, his 
foot on a gauntlet sa. 

Lacon, Ba"it. [Great Yarmouth, Norf. 11 Dec. 1818] 
quarterly, per fe=se indented, crai. and az. — Crest, a 
falcon ppr. b'akcd and belled or. 

Locon, [Andlcy, Essex; Ryby, Line; London; Lacon, - 
iMonslow, and Kiidett, Salop] The same aims and crest. 

iMcnn, [Linky, Salop] quarterly, per fesse indented, az. 
and erni. 

Lacon, [Willy, Salop] jier saltier, ar. and az. in pale two 
birds sa. in fesse as many escallops or. 

Ljicon, [Salop] quarterly, per fesse indented, erm. and gU. 

Lacon. The same, with a bird or, in the second quarter. 

Jjicoii, quarterly, \i(\- fesse indented, az. and ar. 

I.acon, sa. a saltier or, betw. four crosses formee ar. 

Lacre, [of that Ilk] ar. a chev. gu. betw. three roses of 
the last. 

Lacy, [Cambr.] ar. an inescutchcon gu. over alia bend sa. 

Lao/, [Cornw.] gu. three ducks' heads, erased, ar. 

Laof, [Cornw.] az. three shovellers' heads, erased, ar. 

Laci/, [Heref. Trmp, I^dir. /.] -or, a fesse gu. in c'tiief 
three martlets of the second. 

Lficy, [Ireland] ar. a fesse gu. 

Lucy, [.Melton-Mow bray, Leic ; Cromwell and Beverley, 
Ynrks.] ar. six ogresses, three, two, and one. — Crest, a 
fret-knot ar. anil piirp. 

Lacy, [Earl of Lincoln] or, a lion ramp. purp. 

Lacy, [Stamford, Line] ar. on a saltier engr. az. bctw. 
four lions pass. gu. five bezants. (Another, the lions 
ramp, and four bezants.) — Crest, a demi lion ramp. gu. 

Lmc!!, [l^ondon] gu. two bends wavy erm. 

iMcy, alias lledjcs, [London, Oxoii, and Wilts.] az. {\\t 
sunns' neeks, erased, ar. 

Lacy, [Enfield, Midd.] ar. two bars wavy erm. — Crest; out 
of a ducal coronet or, a lion, sejant, erm. 

Lacy, [N.ani|i. and N.umb.] barrv nebulec of .six, crni. 
and gu. 

Lacy, [Walshan-inthc-Millows, Norf. arid of Snff.] quar- 
terly, ar. and sa. on a bend gu. three martlets or; over 
all, a label of five points of the last, each charged with 
an ermine spot of the second. — CresI, out of a ducal co- 
ronet gn. a demi eagle, with winas e\])anded, or, in its 
beak an arrow of the first, headed and feathered ar. 

Lncy, [Normandy] quarterly, or and gu. a bend sa. over 
all a label of three j'oints ar. 

Lncy, [N.nmb.] harry wavy of six, gu. and erm. 

iMcy, [Oxon and Somers,] gu. two bars wavy trui. — 
Crest, on a <iuc:il coronet or, a lion, sejant, erm. 

Zacy, [Geverley, Yorks.] ar. a c hev. betw. three bucks' 
beads sa. — Crest, a buck's head, cabos-cd, per pale, ar, 
and or, the horns counterehanged. 

Lacy, [Yorks.] or, a lion ranip. gu. within a bordure cbbo- 
natcd of the first eiid second, charged with eight bezants.. 



LAD 

Ltty, or, a lion ramp. gu. — Crest, a li(>n'« fart, looking; 
out of a bush, ppr. 

Lacy, or, llirce clav. pu. in cliicf two lions ramp. «t. 

Lacij, quarterly, or and gu. a bend ca. 

Locij, ar. on a bvnd sa. lliree plates. 

■Lacy, ar. t\vo btnds eim. 

Lucy, gu. a'ffsse ar. 

Lucy, ar. a niulitt sa. betw. five ogresses, two, two, aod 
one. 

Lacy, or, on a cross hz. five cinquefoils, pierced, ar. 

Lacy, or, on a cross az. five roses ar. 

Ltjcy, ar. ou a (esse gu. four pales wavy of the field, betw. 
three leopards' heads, erased, az. 

Lacy, ar. oii a (esse <;n. four pales wavy of the field, betw. 
three leo|iards' heads sa. 

Lucy, gu. a fesse crni. betw. three boars' heads, couped, 
or, aniied ar. 

Lacy, or, a fesse gu. 

Lacy, quarterly, or and gu. ; on a bend sa. a label of three 
(Another, five) points ar. 

Lacy, quarterly, ar. and sa. ; ou a bend gu. three martlets 
of the first. 

Lacy, ar. a fesse, and three martlets, in chief, gu. 

Lacy, gu. a bordure ar. over all a hendlct sa. 

Lacy, az. three swans' heads, erased, ar. 

Lacy, ar. a fesse helw. three crescents sa. 

Lory, quarterly, ar. and sa. ; on a bend gu. three raaitlets 
or, over all a label of as maiiy points of the fourth. 

J>a.cy, az. three swans" uecks, erased, ar. beaked or. 

Ijacy, ar. on a saltier cngr. az. betw. four lions pass, guard, 
gu. five bezants.- — Crest, a denii lion ramp. gu. 

L^cy, gu. a fesse erin. betw. three boars' heads, couped, 
or. 

Lacy, ar. nine pellets, three, three, and three. 

L^acy, ar. a mullet betw. &i.\ pellets, three, two, and one. 

Lacye, gu. three boars' heads, couped, close, ar. 

L.^DBKOKE, [Lord Mayor of London, 1748] az. a chev. 
erm. — Crest, an arm, couped at the elbow, and erect, 
vested gu. cud ar. holdino' in the hand ppr. five qnatre- 
foils in cross, stalked of the second, pierced of the first. 

Ladbrook, or Labbrooke, az. a chev. ar. — Crest, a 
hawk, rising, ppr. ducally gorged and belled or. 

Ladd, or, a fesse wavy betw. three escallops sa. 

Ladd. Sec Ladde. .'• ■ 

Ladde, alias Baker, [Terrington, Norf,] or, on a fesse 
wavy az. betw. three escallops sa. as many shelldrekes 
ar. 

Ladde, or Ladd, or, on a fesse wavy sa. betw. three escal- 
lops of the last, as many shelldrnkes ar. — Crest, on a 
cloud, a crescent rnsigned with a star, all betw. tuo 
branches of palm disposed in orle. 

Lade, Bart. [Warbleton, Suss. 17 March, 17o!5] quar- 
terly; first and fourth, ar. a fesse \\avy betw. three escal- 
lops sa. ; second and third, gu. a lion ramp, or, ducally 
gorged and chained sa. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet 
or, a leopard's head reguard. sa. bezantee. 

Lade, [Barham, Kent; Gray's Inn, London; and Suss.] 
ar. a fesse wavy betw. three escallops sa. — Crest, a 
panther's bead guard, sa. spotted or. 
■■Ladkin, [Herts.] sa. three mullets or; on a chief of the 
second a lion, issuanl, gu. 

Lndfiin. The same arms. — Crest, a Savage's h=!u1, crowoed 
with n garland of laurel ppr. 

L.'.DLy, rScotl.\nd] sa. three bezant". 



L A K 

L.^ffkp., erm. on a bend ar. three billets, palcivays, e»cfc 
charced with a torteaux. — Crest, an eagle, rising, witb 
the dexter claw restins ou a tlint-stoiie, ppr. 

LaffULI., or LuFFULl., gu. three hehiiets ar. plumed or. 

LaFOREY, Burt. [\Vhitl)y^ DcM.ns. 3 Nut. 17^9. To*.-v 
liouiC, C>2, George .Street, I'orlman Square] quarterly; 
first and fourth, ar. on a chev. az. three njulJets or, la 
chief, t«o fleurs-de-iis of the second, in base, an aocbor 
sa.; second and third, ar. a cross enur. sa. betw. four 
torieauxes. — Crest, a lion r.Tmp. resuard. in the dexter 
|>aw a firebrand, all ppr. Motto, Loyal au tnort. 

La Foy, ar. six pellets. 

La Full, [Norf.] gu. three helmets ar. breasted or. 

Lagage, az. two bars danceltfe ar. in chief three coTered 
cups or. 

Lagenham, ar. a cross betw. four lions pass. az. — Crest, 
out of a ducal coronet or, a serpent, erect, nowed, vert. 

Lagenham, ar. a cross betw. four lions pass. ( Atwther, 
ran.p.) gu. 

Lagford, [N.umb.] paly of six, or and gu. within a bor- 
dure ar. 

Layford. The same arms. — Crest, a dexter arm gu. holding 
a sabre, in pale, az. hiked or. 

Lagherne, [Cornw.] az. a chev. betw. three escalloi)* 
or. 

Laid, — Crest, out of a ducal coronet, a leopard's head and 
neck reguard. 

Laidlaw, sa. a chev. betw. two bezants, in chief, and & 
lion ran)p. in base, or — Crest, issuing liom a heart, % 
dexter hand holding a dagger, in pale, all ppr. Motto, 
Fides probata coronal. 

Laidlaw, W. S. [Edinburgh] sa. a chev. betw. three be- 
zants. — Crest and motto as the last. 

Lai NO, [England] per ])^le, sa. and or, a chief dancettee 
ar. — Crest, on a chapeau az. turned up ar. a cock gu. 

Laing, [E'linlmrgh] per pale, ar. and sa. a chief in tented, 
counterchanjed, on the chief |>oiMt a wolf's head, erased, 
^u. — Cre.^t, a dove holding in her beak a s])rig of olive 
ppr. Moilo, Mercy is my desire. 

Laing, [Scotland] ar. three piles, meeting iu point, sa. 
betw. two mullets of six points, pierced, az. the centre 
one chargsd with a battle-axe of the fit Id. — Crest, a 
bear's head and neck, issuing, ppr. muzzled ar. Motto, 
Labor omnia snperat. 

Laing, ar. three piles, m c ling in point, sa. — Crest, a cock 
ppr. Motto, Vigilanc. 

Laing, per pale, engr. ar. and sa. a chief indented, counter- 
changed. — Crest, as Laing, E'linburgb. 

Laing, az. three piles, in chief, ar. ■ * 

Lftitig, per pale, ar. and sa. a chief, indented, conotcr-. 
changed. '' ' 

Lainham, quarterly, ar. and sa. in the first quarter, a. 
fleur-de-lis gu.; iu the fourth, an erm. spot of the se- 
cond. 

Laird, [England] ar. a chev. betw. two boars' head^, 
couped, ill chief, and a crescent in base, all gu. — Crest, 
a baud holding a covered cup [ipr. 

Laird, [Gh nhuntly, Scotland] ar. a chev. gu. betw. two 
boars' heads, erased, ppr. in chiif, and a crescent in bage, 
of the second. — Crest, a buck's head, issulu'r, ppr. 
Motto, Spoo mcliora. 

La Jew, vert, a lion ramp. or. 

Lake, Vi.v-ounl LAKE, anil Rarnn Lake of Delhi an'i 
Caswary, Ilindoostan, aucl of .Astou-Clioton, Bucks 



L A K 

, U-rrafiniit, Taron, 13 Sept. ISOi; Visr. 4 AW. 1B07. 
/iesitii-vn; Asloii-Cliiitoii, Irini;, ijii' !;•«. '/'tmn House, 
i,!i Soutli Strcil, (iiO-vi nor Sqnr;r>] sa. a IjimkI brlw. 
»ii iToss . rnsslils fitcliee ar ; on :i ( hn-f of aiiini'iitiilinn, 
ofllif I.Hst. " rejirfS' ntittion ot tin- tisli ol'Mo^nl, l>;ir\va\s, 
p, r (>a!e, or t'lid vfii, l)itnflt'il per pule, \ert ami en. 
i.i. ricd, 111 pal'', \^ilh a siinlt hr-aiUil with a <rrs:pnt, 
ciul I'V olliei sliul'ls, in ^alti(r, luaded vi-.riouslv \Mlii 
({oldi'U li"lls, an annulet, A;c-. — Cnst, a horse's head, 
tfuped, »r. charged on the neck with a (i--ir geiKt-He 
jju. Supporters, dexter, a ^nnadier sohiier of the 
i;yili Ke^iiiieiit, supporting with the exterior iiiiiid a 
Diiisket, idl ppr. ; sinister, a Malay soI<lier, villi his 
niiisUtt, also ppr. 

l.AKK, Hart. [L>;n]Onloii, Alidd. 17 Oct. 1711] qiiirterlv ; 
iirst, for a tout of augmentation, to he borne in tlie 
fir.sl quarter, pu. a dexter arn,, einhowtd, in aruiinr, 

■ jjsiiins from the sinister side of the shield, holdiin: in 
the hand a svord, ereet, ail ppr. thereon a haniier, ar. 

• charged wilh a cross betw. sixteen tseuteheons of the 
first, on the cross a lion pass. j;uard. or; secoi.d, sa. 
on a bend Lttw. six eross trossltts ar. a mullet (or (irf}'. ; 
third, ar. a thev. helw. three hoar»' heads, cotijird, sa.; 

~- fourth, qnaiterly, ar. and sa. on a hend of the last, three 
fleurs-de-lis of the first. — Crests, first, a thevidier in 
armour, complete, on a horse, current, ar. hriille and 

: trappings all ppr. in the dexter tiand a sword emhrned 
gu. holdiu>r the hridle in his mouth, the sinister arm 
hanging down u.seless, lonnd his body a scarf, in bend, 
•of the last ; second, a sea-horse's head ar. finned or, 

• gorged with tliree bars gu.- Motto, Un Dieu, vn roy, 
vjt cwirr. 

Luke, [Welslonrnd HuckUnd, Bucks.; Herts.; and StaflTs.] 

quarterly, or and az. four crescents counterchans^.d. — 

Crest, a cioss fornice fitchee, in a crescent, all withiu an 

annulet or. 
Lake, [Dtvons.] ar. on a chief gu. two annulets, braced, 

or, over tdl a bcnri tngr. az. 
l^ke, [llanl5.] or, on a saltier cngr. ar.. nine annulets 

ar.-; en a < aiiton gu. a castle of the third. — Crest, a 
■ cannon nionnled, ppr. 

I.fikc, [Kent] sa. three cross crosslets fitcb^e ar. 
iMkf., [Staiiniore and Cannon, I\Iidd. ; Sonicrs. ; and 

Vorks.] sa. a bend bitw. six eross crosslets litchoc ar. — 

Crest, a sea hoise's head ar. tinned or, cliarged on the 

neck wivh three bars sju. 
Lake, sa. a bend betw. six annulets or. 
I-AKF.p,oUKN E, ar. a chev. betw. three ciosslels sa. 
LakemoRE, ar. three stags' heads, cabosscd, gu. armed 

,or. 
Lakenlick, or Laking LEECH, ar. a chev. betw. three 

chaplets sa. 
Lakenlyche, ar. a chev. sa. betw. three chapeaus of 

the same, turn<d up gu. 
I.AKIN, or Laking, quarterly, per fesse indented, erni. 

ond az. — Crest, a dexter arm ppr. vested sa. holding a 

palm-branch vert. 
Lakinglkech, or Lakinlicii, ar. a chev. betw. three 

hats sa. brims turned up gu. — Crest, a harp or. 
LaldngtcecJt, or. on a chev. betw. three chaplcts sa. as 

many roses gu. 
'''iking leech, ar. a chev. betw. three ducipers sj. 
Lakitiglccck. See Lakenlick. 
Lakington, [Washbourne, Devon;.] or, three bais wuyy 



r: AM 

»(i.— Crest, -a pelr-aTi in ber nest, vuloing her bfei»{, 
ppr. 

LaKINI.ICH. SceLArKINGUICHF, and Lakinglf.ech. 

Lakynton, az. a chief ar. a tile uu. 

Lalee, ar. across coniponee, or and a/. 

Laleed, vr Lallee, [ilercf.] ar. a cro.<s chequy, or and 
az. 

Lale.vian, [Ireland] ar. on a chev. az. three mullets or, 
a chief gu. eharued with as many ninllets of the third. — 
Crest, a dexter arm, embowed, <;rasping a club, all pj>r. 

Laleuion, [Devons.] sa. three chev. ar. 

La I.LEE. See LaLEEI). 

Lally, az, two liiuib ramp, supporting a tower, out of the 
baltlenieiits three fleuis-de-lis ar. — Crest, a buck pass, 
ppr. 

Lalynde, ar. a cross engr. gu. — Crest, a maiden's head, 
afl'iontee, couped at llie breasts, jipr. attired az. 

Lnli/nuc, ;iz. a decrescent or. 

Lam, [.Scotland] ar. across betw. four crosses pattee gn. 

LAMArJE, ar. a lion r.iinp. cii. 

Lamp, Viscount .\1 ELI'><.)UKN'E, Lord Melbourne, RaroB 
of Kilmore, in the peerage of Irelaud ; Haron Melbourne, 
of iMelbouriie, Deri), in lint of the U. K. and a Baronet 
of England. [Cnnlioiis, Rart. 17 Jan. 17-5o; Lord 
Melljoninc, Baron of Ivilniore, 8 7»r)r, 1770; \'is<-. 11 
Jon. 1781 ; and 15:iron Melbourne of .Melbourne, Derb. 
11 Avr;. 1815. Jicsidaiccs, IJroi ki t Hall, lleits. ; mid 
Melbourne Ihdl, Derb. Town //o/.'se, \\ liite Hail] »a. 
on a ftsse eim nois, betw. three < inqnctods ur. two mul- 
lets of the field. — Crest, a denii lion ranqi. gu. holding 
betw. (he jiaws a mullet sa. Supporters, two lions gu. 
collaied and chained or, on each collar two niullels u.. 
Motto, Virivle et/ide. 

Lamb, Bart, [lale h'urrjeis, Burville, Berks. 31 Oct. 
17!>5] per pale wavy, ar. and erminois, a chev. betw, 
three lambs pass. sa. quartering per fesse, ar. and erm, 
a fcSbe az. fittty or, a bordure of the lhii<(, bezanlee; on 
a canton gu. a bend of the first, charged with a baton 
of Kuighl Maishal ppr. for Burgees.— Crc:iXs, first, a 
lan.b pass. sa. cliarged on the body with a bezant, there- 
on a trefoil, slipped, vcrt ; second, a camels liead jipr. 
bezantcc, erased gu. for B^ttgess. Motto, Patience 
rna/iti ectry lltiiir) light. 

Lamb, Warren Maude, [Newcastle ouTyne] quarterly; 
fir.^t and fourth, gu. on a fesse betw. three ciiiquefoils 
ar. two mullets of the field, for Lamb ; second and third, 
harry of six, ar. and sa. a lion ranij). i;u. for Maude. — 
Crest, the paschal lamb ])j)r. Motto, Polma non sine 
pulvere. (See Pi. of .'\rros) 

Lamb, [Kent; and Barhani, Snff. Graulrd S Julg, l-jfili] 
sa. a fesse or, betw. three cinquef'oil.s erm. charged with 

■ a lion pass. gu. botw. two mullets of the field. — Crest, a. 
denii lion gu. coUai-ed or, holding in the dexter paw a 
mullet sa. 

Lamb, [Keniiington, Kent] The same arms and crest, 
without the lion on the fesse. 

Znwii, [Colston, Wilts.] sa.on a fesse or, betw. three cinque- 
toils erm. two mullets of the field.— Crest, on a nrount 
vcrt, a lamb ar. 

Lamb, uz. on a fesse wavy or, betw. two lions ramp, in chief, 
ar. and tlic paschal iainb, in base, ppr. three crosses pat- 
tee ... — Crest, on a mount vcrt, a gate surmounted of a 
paschal lamb, the staff of the banner entwined with 
Jaurel, all ppr. 



LAM 



L A M 



Ijatnb, yr. a chev cngr. gu. betw. ihiee lamb* pass. Sd* — 

' Crest, a lioa lanip. ... 

JUimb, az. tlirce pascliai lambs pass. ar. 

Lamb, gu. lliice pastlial laniljs pass. ar. tin- baiiiiirs t liargeH 
with a cross ^u. 

JLainb, sa. on a Itsse bi t\v. tliiru (.iiiquefnils erminois, t«o 
liiullets Vert. — Crest, a dinii lion ramp, erniinois, bol(lin;r 
it) liis fiexler p.iw a iiiiilk't vrrt. 

'Ijxvib, sa. on a t't-sst or, betw. three cinqurroils erm. a lion 
jjas.s. of tiio si-iond, lutw. two nuillels of the first. 

I.AMtJAt.E, pir fi sse <!atK< tlet', ar. ariii t". 

I-AMBAKD, [Lord Major of London, 1531] ar. on a chev. 
en-rr. uu. hetvv. three eai;lessa. an annulet or. 

Lamhurd, or Latubaidc, gu. a the%'. vair, betw. three lambs 
ar. — Crest, a parb, lying fessivays, ppr. 

Lombard. The same arms.: — Crest, a horse's head, erased, 
or, bridled pu. 

Lambakon, [C'ornw.] sa. three chcv. ar. 

Lameart, Eail and Daroii of CAVAN, "\"iscount Kil- 
cour.-ie, and Lord Landiart of the Kini;dom of Ireland. 
[Cleat ioiti.Vidrou, 17 feb. 1C07 ; and \'ise. and Earl, 
SO Marvlty 1017] g.u. three nareissusses ar. pierced of 
the field. — Crest, on a mount vert, a centaur ppr. draw ing^ | 
his bow pu. arrow or. Supporters, two men, in armour j 
to the waist, sa. garnished or, slioil trowsers iiu. fringed | 
of the second, faces, arms, kn^es, and swords ppr. each 
having a slccl-Cip, aiiorned with six ostrich's feathers, 
alternately ar. and gu. Motto, Ul tjiiociinqvc jiaralus. 

Lambart, [Vorks.] gu. a chev. ar. a chief chcqny, or and 
az. 

La.mbe, [Brocket Hall, Herts.] sa. on a fesse erminois, 
betw. three cinquefoils or, two mullets vert.— Crest, a 
ticmi lion ramp, erniinois, holdiiia in the ilexter jur.v a 
mullet vert. 

Lambc, [Tioslon, SiifT.] erm. a lion runiji. sa. 

Lamberby, per chiv. sa. and ar. in ( hiet two suns or, — 
Crest, on a ducal coronet, a stas, sejant, ppr. 

Lamberby, per chev. ar. and sa. three suns, in chief, eu. 

Lahibcrby, per chev, sa. and ar» in chief two flies of the 
second. 

Lamisert, Bart. [London, IG Feb. 1710-11; since of 
Mount Ida, Noif] ar. on a mount au oak tree vert, and 
a greyhound pass. i>u. — CresI, out of a ducal loronet or, 
three plumes ar. Motio, Scquitundo si yiunye. 

Lambert, [Pimhlieck. Bucks.] gu. a chev. ar. a chief 
cheqny, or and az. — Crest, h lion"s heail, erased, ar. 
gorged with a fesse chi quy, or and a/.. 

Lambert, [Sto, kton, Durham] gu. a chcv. erm. betw. three 
lambs pass. ar. — Crest, a denii land) ramj). ar. holding 
a shield jrminoi.s. 
Lambert, [Buiks.; and Owton, Yorks.] gu. a chev. briw. 
three iandis pass. ar. a chief checpiy, or and az. — Crest, 
a sphinx pass, gnaid. or, face ppr. holiiin;; in the dexter 
foot a rose gu. seeded and leaveil veit. 
Lambert, [Dunnjaiii, Wexibrd, Ireland] quarterly, vert 
and erm. in the fiist and fourth quaiters, a landj ar. in 
the second an I tliird, aa ea^le displ. gu — Crest, a cen- 
taur, per pale, gu. and or, charged with a tretbil vctt, 
holding a drawn bow and arrow of the second. 
T^nibert, [Irclandl gu. tliiec cin<iucfoils ar. — Crest, on a 

mount vert, a centaur ppr. how gu. arrow or. 
Lambert, [Ireland] iozengy, ar. and sa. 
Ltnnbat, [Greenwich, Kent] gu. a chev. vair, betw. three 
l^mbs ar. — Crest, a rein-deer's head, erased, ta. 



Lambert. The same arnis. — Crest, a rein-iieer'e head ar.. 

atlircd ar. maned or. 
Lambert, [Lord M.iyor of London; and Wilts.] ar. ache?. 

en^r. betw. tluie martlet.-^ sa. 
Lambert, [London and I'ari.-i] ar. on a mount vert, an oak^ 

tree ppr.; on the mount, a greyhound pass. gu. 
Lambert, [Lord Major of Lon.iou, )741] gn. three cinqus- 

foils and a canton or. 
Lambert, \\.im Ion and Surrey. CcaJiieJ 1737] gn. three nar- 
cissus llowers ar. a canton or. — Crest, on a mount vert, 

a centaur pass, rciinard. the human parts \i\,T. the other 

erm. eirt about the waist with a laurel-gai land of the first, 

drawing a bow and arrc>w gn.. 
Lambert, [Loudonl ar. a chev. cng/. gu. betw. tlires 

coinisli choughs ppr. 
Lambert, [Yorks.] gu. a chcv. betw, three hmbs pass, 

ar. 
Lambert, gu. a chev. or, betw. three lambs pass. ar. a 

chief chcqny of the second and az. — Crest, a sphinx 

pass, guard, or, face ppr. holding in the dexter paw, a 

rose of the last. 
Lambert, gu. a chcv. betw. three flenrs-de-iis or. — Crest, 

a lion ramp. ar. 
Lambert, gu. a chev. betw. three lambs ar. — Crest, twe 

lobsteis' claws, elect, gu. holdins in. each a tish or. 
Lambert, au. a chev. helw. three lambs ar. a ( liief cheqiiy, 

or and az. — Crest, a sphinx pass. ar. criiied or, holdinsf, 

in her dexter paw a cinrpiofod of the fust, stalked autl 

leaved vert. 
Lamblrtoun, sj. a star betw. three fusils ar. 
Lambeth, s.^. a bend or, and chief crni. — Crest, a bad- 
ger or. 
Lambeton, au. a chev. betw. three hmbs' heads, coujjed,. 

ar. 
Lambfokd. Sc^ LAMroRit. 

La.mbien, gu. three palets \air; a canton or. ■ ; 

LAMBLt.Y, ar. a chev letw three bees, volant, sa. 
Lameorn, or Lambop.ne, ar. a fessc bet.v. two chc-v. 

sa. — Crest, a denii iiou ramp. gu. suppoi ting the rudder- 

of a .•^hip sa. 
Lamborne, [Cornw.] The sTine arms. 
Lamborne, [!"ssex] or, tvvn ^!uv. sa. 
Lambonie, [Temp. Hen, VI.] erm. on a bend, cottised, sa. 

tliree lions' lieads, erase I, or. 
Lamb(.rnc, ar. two chcv. sa. — Crest, out of a tower ppr. 

a linn's head oi, collared sa. 
Lamborne, ar. on a bend sa. cottised gu. three lions' head*,. 

erased, or. 
Lamborne, ar. a chcv. sa. • 

Lamborne, ar. on a bend, cottised, gu. three lions' heads, 

erased, or. 
Lamborne. See Lamborn. 

Lambot, ar. on. a bend -sa, three goats' heads, toupe/l, or. 
Lamuoult, [France] az. lliiee stars, in pale, ar. 
Lamboukne, or, a fesse helw. twn chcv. s.i. 
Lambport, ar.on a bend az. three bucks' heads, couped,. 

or. 
Lameranh, or Lambrund, ar.on a hen I sa. cottised 

gn. three dragons' heads, erased elose, or. 
Lambrine, ar. on a chief gn. three boars' heads of the 

field. 
Lambroke, [Someis.] paly wavy of si.\, or aod sa. ; oe 

a chief of the scconil, three crescents ar. 
Lambsey. See Lamesf.v. 



LAM 

1 iMBTON, John George, Esq. M. P. [Rcsidenets, 
Lanibtoii Castle, Durliatn ; anil Wimbledon Park, Surroy. 

■ ryti'K //""«'. ^'''velaiiil Row. //t'c. O/T- IPIO] quarterly 
of UmiiIv fi^*^ ; tifvt, sa. a fi .--st: bttw. three laiiilis ar. 
tor lAimblrn ; scionil, ar. a fcss.- ■^in. botw. tlireo popin- 
jriys vert, .braked and collarod i)l tiio setoiid, for Liimlvij ; 
third, eu. .six martli-ts ar. tlirto, twi), anfl one, tor Lvmlri/, 
ancient; tourtli, sa. three covered tiips ar. lor Avdic; 
fifth, C"- 1' saltier vaire, ar. and sa. for Moreicic; sixth, 
ar. H fesse I'li. betu. three |;ojiiiiJ3\s vert, collared and 
incnibeted "f the second, lor Tliwinijc ; sevi nth, az. a 
lion ramp, or, dinallv crowned ar. tor Darcll ; eieiitli, 
tr. a lion ramp. az. lor lints; ninth, gu. ihiec arches 

■ Rr. two single and one double, their capitals and pedes- 
tals or, for Arches; tenth, ar. a lion ramp, piirp. lor 
rHz- Ixi'gcr ; eleventh, ar. two bars su. on a canton of 
tlic last, a lion pass, unard. or, for Lancaster ; twellih, 

• lozongv, ar. and gu. for Fitz-]\ illinm : thirteenth, az. 
a lion rani]), gnard. betvv. ten ciiupieloils ar. foi Holland ; 

• fourteenth, sa. a ciiev. ar. a chief, indented, of the last, 
for Thornton ; fifteenth, ar. a chev. sa. in base an annu- 
let of the last, for Wanton; sixteenth, az. on a cln v. 
bctw. nine cinqnefoils ar. three nudlets gu. on a canton, 

■ the arms of Cnrwen, viz. ar. fretlv £,u. a chief az. for 
Carxis ; seventeenth, ar. two bars gu. on a canton of 
the last, a (inqneloil or, ioi Preston ; eighteenlh, ar. 

> an inescutchcon sa. within an orle of cinqnefoils gu. for 
lledicorfh ; nineteenth, ar. three cinqnefoils gu. for 
Darcy ; twentieth, gu. an orle betw. eleven cross cross- 
lets or, for Bertram ; twentv-first, vert, an eaule displ. 

■ ot, (or Ihiloii ; twenty-second, or, three birds vert, bca/iud 
and niembered gu. tor ChanccUor ; twenty third, erni. on 
a canton ar. a saltier enjr. sa. for Genff'ri/ ; Iwentv- 
fourtl), ax. a fcsse betw. three flenrs-de-lis or, for S/icl- 
ton; twenty fifth, sa. a dolphin, enibowed, bctw. lliree 
cross cro.ssU'ts or, for James. — Crests, above the arms, 
a ram's head, cabosscd, ar. attired sa. for Lamblon ; on 
the dester side, first, a jjclican, in her nest, jipr. leedin;; 
her young, \ub;ed, also ppr. for Lumleij ; second, a foun- 
tain or, playini: ppr. for Thoni.ton ; third, out of a ilncal 

' coronet or, a Saracen's head, couped at the shoulders, 
ppr. bearded sa. wreathed round the temples ar. and az. 
ou the hea<l a cap of the last, frelty of the fourth, tassel- 
led gold, turned up erni. for Darcll ; fourth, an eagle, 

■ with wings expanded, sa. beaked and hirsed or, charged 
on the breast with a cinquefoil ar. for Cams; na the 

' sinister side, first, a female's head, affrontce, couped at 
the breasts, ppr. hair tlowing or, wreathed about the 
temples with a gailand of cinqnefoils gn. pierced of the 
sccotid, for llcdnorth ; second, on a broken tower ar. a 
falcon, v(dant, of the first, beaked, legged, and belled, 
or, for I'nsfon ; third, out of a ducal coronet or, an an- 
telope's head, issnant, winged ar. attired and bearded 
of the first, for Darcy; fourth, a denii bull or, wreathed 
about the middle with a chaplet of laurel vert, for James. 
Motto, Li- jniir viendra. (See PI. 34) 

Lninbton, [Voiks.] sa. a, fesse betw. three lambs ar. — 
Crest, a ram's head, cabo.-sed, ar. attired sa. 

Laml/ion, gn. a chev. betw. three lambs' hsads, couped, 
ar. 

La.mbuhne, ar. on a bend sa. cottised gu. three wolves' 
beads, erased, or. 

l^wbttrne, ar. oti a bend sa. three wolves' heads, erased, 



L A M 

Lamt, [Kent] sa. on a fessc or, belw. three tiuquefoile 

erni. a crescent inter two mullets of the first. 
Lamkicno\. (I'r .n e] lo/.tii-y, az and a i. a quarter crm. 
La.mf.i.in, I Lm.i liii, Coriiw'.] ar. u bull pass. sa. within 

a liordnre of lli- sei ond, lie/.iiitee. 
L\MF.[,YNft, or Lami.YN, [15eds.] ar. a fleur-de-lis sa. 
La MR HE, gu. three fishes sa. 

Lamkim.ey, [Sort'.] ..,on a chief ... three crescents ... 
Lami:sey, ()(• Lambsky, ar. n lion pas-s. gu. betw. three 

tn foils, ^llpped, vert. — Crest, a Savage's head ppr. 

vvreallied round the Ik ad ar. an I az. 
Lamfori), or LAMi'.Font), paly of six, or and gu. a 

bend ar. — Crest, a dexter hani ppr. brunHshinj a sci- 
mitar ar. 
Lamingham, ar. a fesse az. 
Lamkyn, harry of six, ar. and az.; on a chief gu. a lion 

pa.s's. guard, or. 
Lamh-jn, gu. a Stan's head and neck, coiii)ed, or. 
Lami.in. See Lancki.I,YN. 
Lamly.n. See Lamklyno. 
Lamm IE, [Dunkennie, Seotland] az. three crosiers, pale- 

wavs, ill fesse, or, a saltier, couped, in ba.se, ar. — Crest, 

a iiaiid, holding a c;"sier, ppr. Motto, Per varios 

cas!'.<. 
La>!MOKLE. See- Lamori.ev. 
Lamois, or Kamois, gu. a chief indented or. 
Lamon, o;i(/ Lanam, per chev. gu. and ar. in base an 

annulet of the first. 
Lamond, az. a lion rump. ar. within a bordure of the 

second, charged with eight mullets ... — Crest, a hand, 

couped, ]>|)r. Motto, Ac ))areas nee sprrnas. 
Lamont, orLAMONi), '[ofthat Ilk, originally fiora Ire- 
land] az. a mound or. — Crest, a hand, couped at the 

wrii.1, ppr. MoUo, Ni'parcas ncc sperncs. 
Lamont, or Lamond, [Scotlmd] az. a lion ramp, af.— 

Crest and motto, as llie last. 
/Minniif, az. a lion ramp. ar. within a bordure ensr. or. 

— Crest, a dexter liancl holding a baton, p[ir. Motto, as 

the last. 
Lamorat, purp. tcniec de cross crosslets, a lion rarop. or. 
LAMoai.r:, [Vorks.] per fesse, gu-. and ar. three crescents, 

couutereli.iiisied. 
L.\mor!.ey,o;- Lammorlk, [Norf. and Yorks.] per fcsse, 

gu and af. in chief tliree crescents of the second. 
Laiiiortry. The same anus. — Crest, on a naval coronet or, 

a lion rump. gn. 
Lamote, vair, a bend git. over all a label of four pekita. 

ar. 
Lamott, [London, formerly of Tlanders, lG'33]"ar; tbtee 

bars, huniettce, sa. ' 

LAMi'ARt), ar. on a Ijen 1 engr. betw. two lions- ramp. sa. 

three plates. — Crest, a cinqueloi! a.-?. 
La.mpelaw, ar. three' lamps sa. a label gn. 
La.mpicn, [Cornvv.j a I. on a bind engr. sa. three rams' heads, 

cabossed, of the tiell, attired or.— Crest, a rams' head, 

cabossed, attiied, or. 
Lampem;, [Lampene, Coriivv.] The same arms.' 
Lampergy-, sa. a chev. betvv. three talbots pass. ar. 
La.mpet, [SiifV] ar. on a cross engr. gu. betvv. four 

escallops sa. five bezants. 
Lamprl, [SiilT.] ar <ma ben I engr. sa. three goats' heads, 

couped, of the field. - ■ 

L^ijipit, or Lampith, [Suff] ar. on a bend engr. $r. llnce- 

lams' hea<ls.«f the fill. I, attired *r. ' 



LAN 



L A .\ 



•JLampeif.OT Lampeth. The same arms.^— Crett, ftDoric 

pillar, ar. entwined with a lauril branch vert, ou the 

top a flame [ipr. 
Lampeth, ar. on a beufj <ugr. su. three rams' heads, 

couped, of tile fii>t. 
Lampeth., Sic Lampct. 

Lampkyn, huriv nt'six, ar. and az. a chief gu. 
Lamploe, [Ciiiiili.] ar. a cross flory sa. 
Lamploe, La in pi ode, or Laiiiploiv, or, a cross (lory sa. 
Lampi.ow, or Lampelaw, ar. three lamps sa. ( Ajiothcr, 

adds a label gu.) 
Lampluio, nz. a cross florj' or. 
Lamplowe, [Cuiiib. N.uiid;. and Yorks.] or, a cross 

fiory sa. — Crest, a goat's head, erased, ar. 
Lamplogh, [F,:imj)luu.h, Climb.] or, across flory sa. — 

Crest, a goat's head ar. attires and beaid or. (Another, 

a goats head, erased, ar. attirtd or.) Motto, Pioviden- 

tia Dei stabiltiitiliir J'amilice. 
Lavipliigh, or Luiiiploio, [Little Iliston, Yorks.] or, across 

formce flory sa. — Crt-st, a goat's head, erased, ar. at- 
, tired or. 
JLainplui/h, or Lamplmr, or, a cros.s flory, voided, sa. 
Lamplugli, or Laniplnw, or, a cross fiory and chief sa. 
Lamprey, [Ireland] or, three cross crosslets fiteliec, in 

chief, gu. — Crest, a hand holding a cross c^o^sIet 

fitdiec, in pale, ppr. 
Lampt, per pale, ar. and gu. a saltier engr. counter- 
changed. 
■LamptoN, [FCent] gu. a cbev. bctw. three lambs' heads, 

cabossed, ar. 
Lampukic, or, a cross pattee fitehce sa. 
XiANACRE, [Yorks.] az. a chev. betw. three fleurs-de-lis 

ar. 
Xanam. See Lamok. 
Lanbeges, ar. throe annulets gu. 
LanbruN, ar. ou a bond sa. cottised gn. three dragons' 

heads, erased, or. — Crest, t« o lions' heads, issuing, nd- 

dorsed, ppr. lollnred or. 
Lanca.shirf, ar. on a bend sa. three martlets of the 

field ; on a sinister canton gu. two bendlets or, tiie upper- 
most engr. ... — Ciest,aden)i lion ramp. ar. gorged «itii 

achaplet ^ert, lioldmg in the paws an esuutcheon, charged 

as the canton. 
Lancashire, eini. on a bend sa. tiirce mullets ar. a .sinister 

canton gu. charged with t^^o bends or. 
Lancastek, [Craektouse, Cnnib. ; and Raynhill, Lane] 

ar. two bars gu. ; on a canton of the second, a lion pass. 

guard, 'or. — Crest, a lion's head, erased, ar. charged 

with a crescent gu. (Another crest, a sea-horse, pj)r.) 
Lancaster, [Ireland] az. on a chief or, a lion pass. gu. — 

Crest, a hand brandi>hiii!r a saltre, ppr. 
Lancaster, [StO( kbiidge, \\ estm.] ar. two bars gu.; on a 

canton of the second, a muiiet, pierced, or. 
■ 'Lancaster, [Rii lirnond, Yorks.] ar. two bars gu. on a 

canton of the second, a cinqucfoil of the first, (Another, 

or.) 
Lancaster, ar. on a chief gu, a lion ramp, guard, or. 
Lancaster, ar. two bars gu.; on a canton of the second, a 

leopard pass, of the first. 
Lanroitcr, gu. a leopard ramp, or, collared az. 
Lancaster, gu. a lion ramp. c;unr<l. or. 
Lancaster, ur. l«o bars gu. ; on a canton of the second, a 

liou ramp. or. 
LancasteRj Oe, ar. two barsgu.; on a canton of the 



SfcoDil, H liorj pMs. guard, of the fir^t. — Cre«f, a lion, 

couchant, or. 
Lance, gu. a fes.^e or. 
Zn/ice,— Crest, a dexter hand, ppr. holding up a corered 

cup or. 
LaNCEDAIR, ar. three torteauxes, a quarter gn. 
Lancelin, ar. a fl< iir-de-lis ku. 
Lanckli,, Lancelin, or Lancelyn, ar. on a fessc sa 

three niiillets of the field. 
Lancei-LYN, or Lancelin, [Reds.] gu. a fieur-de-lisar. 
jMiicellyit, Lamelyng, or Lninlin, [Beds.] ar. a fieur-de- 

lis sa. 
Lancelot, [Leie.] ar. three bends gn. 
iMnccht. The same arms. — Crest, an astrolabe. 
Lanctlol, or, ou a chief az. three fusils of the field. 
Lanchek, oi, six pellets, three, two, and one. - '. 
Lanching, vert, a saltier engr. ar. 
Land, gyronny of e',^i.lit, or and sa. a bend gu.^Crest, a 

church, environed with trees, jijir. 
Landale, [Kukaldy, Scotland] or, within an orle, 

indented on llie niner edge, az. thrt-e ciiiquefoiU 

sa. — Crest, a de^tel arm, embowed, holilin^' up two 

lauiel branches, orltuays, |)pr. Motto, Pax aut d(f- 

fc>l:iio. 

L.\N D AWARNlCK, [Laiid;;w arnii k, Duloe, Cornw.j ar. two 

bars Sii. iii chief a gritiiii, segreant, az. 
Landaw RE, Landaweev, ojLandwrey, gu. a bend 

betw. two cottises indented, or. 
Lanukl, [nerwiekshire] or, an orle az. 
Luiide', [Cowl, .Scotland] or, an orle, indented on .the 

iniiei side, az. 
Landel."!, [.Stotliind] or, an orle betw. three cinqocfoils 

az. all within a borduro of the hist. 
Landen, gu. a lion ramp, or, a canton |>er bend sin'ister 

erm. an ' sa. — Crest, a dexter hand, apaumec, ppr. 

Motto, £ro (/nod cram. 
Laniienei!, Landomlr, or Landfw, gn. a fesse ar. 

charged with a fcsse wavy sa. belw. throe bo.irs" beads, 

coiijied, of the second. 
Lander, [St. Ives Cornw.] per bend, or and vert. 
Lander, paly of ei'.:lil, sa. an I or, a I'esse gu. — Crest, « 

hand, issuing from a cloud, holding a sword, waved. 
Landesduke, az. a chev. or, fretty .sa. betw. three 

crosses moline ar. 
Landeth, orLoNDETH, erm. on a el. it f gu. a liou p.\ss. 

or. — Crest, a winged heart ppr. 
Landew. See Landener. 
Lanuikkt. See Lanfket. 
Landgave. See Langave. 

LaNDHAM. See LaNIIAM. 

LanDLE, [S^^ltlandJ or, u ii.ullct gu. within an orle ftt. — 

Crest, a cock, ciowing, jipr. 
Landles, az. three oiles or. 
Landomer. See Lan denep.- 
Landon, or, .a chev. sa. belw. three bustards vert: — 

Crest, a denii prgasus reguard. ar. siipj>orting a pennon 

gu. tasselled or. 
Landon, gyioi>ny of eisht, or and az. an inese'.it^!:eon ar. 
Landon, ar. a chev. sa. 

Landon, ar. a chev. sa. belw. three camcli.ous vert. 
Landonthokp, or Landorthokpe, gu. three lions 

ramp. erm. 
Landoh, [Kugeiey> Staftk Granted: Jvnc 1087] ar. 

two bends gu. each cL.irged with a cottise, indented, or. 



LAN 



LAN 



C.'r*Kt, a liaiid Rnd arm, erect, iKiMtfd bendy of si», or 

nod K"- '•'"fl "■"• '" t'"-' hand ppr. a fleur-de-lis siz. 

I.ANDOKTIIORPE. Scf La N UO N TlIoF.P. 

l,ANl>HES, az. (AnotUtr, sa.) a, lion rani)), or, wi'.liin a 
liordure criii. 

(,AN DSEV;— Crest, a dexter liaud holding a sworu, hi 
pale, supporting a pair of stales. 

l.ANIiSLl.YriowN, [Cornw.] sa. three ciiev. ar. 

I.ANI'STKODER, erin. a<liev. sa. 

).A^ DNVATH, go. three Lends vair.— Crest, a dcuii pcgasus 
Hr. (puttee de poix. 

L.VNDWKKY. See LaNHAWRE. 

l.ANK, [Wyioiiibe, Hueks. ; .>\l!iiallo\v-Gus.sina;, Dors.; 
Heref. ; Lord Mayor of Loii on, 1G05 ; Courteen-Hall, 
Hauler, Twinden, Hortou, and Walgravc, N.anip. ; So- 
iners. ; an(i Yorks.] per pale, az. and gu. three saltiers 
ar. — Crest, t\voeat;les heads, issuantout ofa creseei.!, or, 
the dexter ^u. the sinister az. ('.S<jme tear the dexter 
head az. and the sinister gu.) 

Lane, [La;iton.Gran<!;e, Essex; King's Bioniley, Bentley, 
and \Volverliam|iton, Slafl's.] per fesse, or and az. a 
ehev. gu. hetw. three mullets, couuterchangcd ; on a 
t anton ot" tin- tiiird, as many lions of En;.;land. — Crest, 
a strawberry roan horse, salient, eouped at the Hanks, 
lirullcd sa. bitted and garnished or, supporting betw. his 
/eet a regal crown ppr. Motto, Gardt le roy. 

?t'ole. — flninted to tlie family in memory of that ino»t loyal and 
valiant Cominander, Col. John Lane, a canton of the arms of 
Kn;;land, being added in remembrance of liis Ioy.%lty and 
fidelity to King Charles II. aftir the battle of Worcester. 

Lane, [Glouc.] per pale, az. and gu. three saltiers or. — - 
Crest, as of NVyconibc, Bneks. &c. 

Lime, [Tids-ke, Kostonimon, Ireland] ar. a lion ramp. gu. 
within a bordure sa. ; on a canton az. a harp or, crowned 
ppr. 

Laiie, [Roscommon, Ireland. Granted G April, 1(!G1] ar. 
a lion ramp. gu. armed az. within a bordure sa. — Crest, 
out ofa uucal coronet or, a demi griflin sa. winacd ar. 

Lane, [Kent] oi-, on a chief az. two nuiUets of the field. 
iLane, [London] gu. on a fesse wavy, betw. three swans 
ppr. menibered or, as many crosses pattee sa. on each 
four bezants. 

L<ine, [London] gu a fesse wavy, betw. tlirec swans ar. 
each, having in the beak a cross forniee fitehee or. 

Lane, [Londo;i] gu. on a fesse wavy, betw. tlirec swans 
ar, as many crosses formee or. 

Lane, [Twickenham, Midd.] or, on a fesse gu. betw. three 
torteauxes, a trel'oil, sli))ped, betw. two mullets or.-=r 
Crest, a demi grifhn ar. 

iMiie, [N.arop.] per chev. or and az, a lion ramp, counter- 
changed. 

Lane, [N.umb.] per pale, a?, and ar. three saltiers, counter- 
changed. 

^Ke, [Hyde and Bentley, Staffs.] or, a chcv. gu. betw. 
three mullets, pierced, az. 

Lane, [Staffs.] per fosse, or and az. a chev. betw. three 
mullets, couuterehanged. (Another adds, on a canton 
sa. thiee lions pass, guard, ar.) 

Lunc, [l])>wieh, Suff.] ar. three chev. sa. — Crest, a demi 
lion ramp. gu. bezantee, holding belw. the paws a be- 
zant. 

Innr, [Bridgetown, Warw.] az. three fire-balls or, flam- 
niant ppr, 

Lane, or, a chev. ermiue.', betw. three mullets, pierced, az. 



— Creat, a dexter arm, vested orniincs, turned up a«dl 

indented ar. holding in the band ppr. a mullet az. 
Laiir, per pale, ar. and sa. a saltier purp. betw. four 

flrurs de-lis . .. 
Lan'j, ar. a fesse betw. six cross cros-iets fitchee gti, I 

Lane, gu u iion pass, guard, betw. three saltiers or. 
Lan'ey, I'l'idhani] sa. a chev. erm. betw. three calharine- 

\\ heels ar. 
L.\K F.ii/Ki', ar. on an ineseulchcon gn. a crescent of 

the fjr.it, within nn oile of martlets of the second. 
Lantrft, or Landkuf.t, ar. an eagle displ. gu. 
Lang, [England] sa. on a fesse betw. two cinqucfoils, in 

chief, ar. and on a mount, in base, thrie oak-sjjrigs vert, 

acorueo or, the text htlers, A, B, C, D, E, F, of the field. 

— Crist, three oak-sprigs, acorned ... 
Lajic/, [EngLind] ar. three jiiles, two issuing from the chief, 

ani one from the base, gu. — Crest, a Savage's head, is- 
. suiiiL', ppr. 
Laiip, [Ireland] ar. an eagle displ. with two heads gu. du- 

cally gorged or.— Crest, a hand, erect, issuing from a 

cloud, holding a broken spear. 
Lane/, [Scotland] quarterly indented, sa. and ar.— Cresf,. 

a touer ar. masoned sa. Motto, Une sraif. 
Lcny, [Scotland] per j)ale indented, ar. and sa. a chief 

indented, per pale, of the second and first. — Crest, a 

dove aud oHve-brani h ppr. Motto, Mercy is ?«;/ desire, 
Lang AN, [Ireland] ar. a cross betw. four cinqucfoils gu. 

— Crest, out of a mural coronet, a spear issuing betw. 

two branches of palm, in orle, vert. 
Langave, or Landgave, gu. (Another, az.) seince of 

cross crossletsor, a fesse danceltee of the last. 
Langbouke, ar. two chev. gu. 
Langdale, [I-.angdale, Yorks.] sa. n chev. betw. three 

etoiles ar. — Crest, an etoile ar. 
Lour/dale, [Laugdalc, Whitbistrond, Yorks.] or, a chev. 

betw. three mullets sa. 
Laiii/dalc, [Yoiks.] sa. a chcv. betw. three mullets ar. (Ano- 
ther, with a crescent.) 
Laiigdale, sa. a chev. crni. betW. three etoiles ar. 
Langdale, paly of six, ar and gu. a bend of the first. (Ano- 
ther, az.) 
Lanr/dalc, sa. a chev. betw. throe mullets ar. 
Langdell, [Lord Langdcll, Timp. Charles //.] sa. a 

chev. betw. three eloilcs ar.^^Crest, a star ar. 
Languole, ai. on a fesse sa. betw. three spears' heads 

az. a tower betv/. two roses or. 
Languon, [Keverell, Cornw,] ar. a chev. bettv. three 

bears' heads, erased, sa. 
Langdon, [Wolterton, iS'orf.] ar. a chev. cottised, betw. 

tli.'-ee bears' hea(ls, erased, bafways, sa. muzzled of the 

iield.^Crest, on a mount vert; a lynx of the last, gorged 

with two bars or. 
Lnngdon, or. a chev. betw. three lizavd^' heads sa. 
Langefoiid, paly of ji.x, ar. and gu.; on a chief az. a 

lion j>ass. guard, or. 
Langcjord. See L-niigford. 
Langhielu, ar. on a cliev. sa. bet\v- three crosses boton- 

mie titchce of thp second, as i^ianv covered cu])s of the 

field. 
Langford, [Alington. Confirmed hy Segar, Her. Off. 

London, c. 2-1] gu. a wild-goo; ;, close, ar. a crescent 

for diir. 
Langford, [Selford, Beds. Granted March, \Q01] ]ra.\y 

of six, gu. and or, on « betid sa. three eagles di»pi. ar. 

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Lavgford, [IV-dford, ICOT] ]"a1y rf six, ar. aii(l gu. overall 

a hcnd of tlic first, cliargid with three eagles displ. of 
■ the second. — Crest, in a row of partridgc-foathcis, of 

divers roloiirs, ihiic elicbaUs or and ar. 
LoKifft>id, [BraiiiieM, Berks.] palyof si,\, ar. and gu. ; on 

acliief az, a lioi. pass. or. 
Lcntpfiird, [Liaiuforil-Hiil, Cornw. and Deri).] paly of six, 

ar. and imi ; on a ehief az. a lion pass, guard, or. 
Luniifmd, [I)i 1 1). Notts, and Salop] paly of six, or and gu. 

over all a bend ar. — Crest, a tiger pass, coward, gu. 

inaniH and tufled or. 
LtiHtjford, flirattnn, Devons.] jialy of six, ar. and gu. ; on 

a chief of the lirst, a lion pass. sa. 
Laiigford, [Devons.] paly of six, ar. and gu. ; on a chief 

az. a leopard j)ass. reguard. or. 
Lanijford, [Leic.] paly of six, ar. and gu. a bend of the 

iirit. 
Lane/ford, or jMugcford, [London and Midd. Ilcr. Off. 

London, C. 24] gu. a shoveller, winjs close, ar. a eres- 
■ cent for ditf. — Crest, a dcmi shoveller, wings displ. ar. 

charged with a crescent for dift. 
lane/ford, [London] per j^ale, ar. and gu. three mullets 

countenhaiiged. 
Langford, [N.unib.] paly of six, or and gu. within a bor- 

dure ar. 
Langford, per pale, ar. and gu. three mullets, pierced, 

connterthanged. 
Langford, quarterly, gu. and ar. 
Langford, paly of eight, or anti gu, a bend ar. 
iMngford, gu. frctty engr. erni. 

Langford, paly of six, ar. and az. a chief of tlie last. 
Langford, paly of six, or and gu. witliiu a bordnre cnu. 
Langford-Niebs, [Island of Antigna; afterwards of 

St. John's Coll. Oxon. Granted Yib'i)] az. a chev. engr. 

erm.; on a chief ar. two stags' heads, cabossed, gu. — 

Crest, a stag's head, cabossed, gu. stricken in the scalp 

with an arrow or, feathered ar. • 

Langforde, gu. three shovellers ar. '- ' 

Langham, Bait. [Cottesbrooke, N.anip. 7 June, 1G70; 

since also of .Southend, Essex. Toirn Ilonsc, Langham- 

House, Laughani-Place, Portland-Place] ar. three bears' 

heads, erased, sa. muzzled or. — Crest, a bear's head, as 

in the arms. Motto, A'ec sinlt esse fcros. 
Langhavi, [Essex; Lcic. ; London; Walgrave, N.anip.; 

Langham, Ruts. ; and of Suss.] The same arms and 

crest. 
Langham, [Essex] ar. a fesse gn. a label az. 
Longkam, [Leic] az. a chev. embattled, betw. three cinque- 
foils or. 
Jyingltam, or Langhohne, [Coinsholme, Line] az. a chev. 

■ embattled on the upper part, betw. three ciuquefoils or. 
— Crest, a hare's head, erased, ar. 
Langham, [N.amp. ; and Pailington, Warw.] ar. on a fesse, 
belw. three bears' heads, erased, sa. muzzled or, as many 
bezants. 
L<ingkcm, ar. a fleur-de-lis betw. three bears' heads, era- 
sed, sa. muzzled gu. — Crest, out of a coronet gu. a 
1 bear's paw sa. holding a sword ar. pomeled or. 
J^ngham, bairy of six, or and az. ; on a bv'nd gu. three 

cinquefoils ar. 
Langham, ar. a fesse gu. 
langham. See Langlou. 

L/NGHEKGE, ar. a fesse ermine?, bctrr. three greyho;ind'^; 
current, sa, coll&red gu. 



Langiifkgy, [Corn\>.] ar, a fesse ermines betw. three 
greyluiuiids' hcp.ds sa. collared gu. 

Langhkrni;. See Langhounk. ' •' ■••> 

Lang HOLME, az. a chev. embattled, or, betw. three cinque- 
foils of the last. — Crest, a holy lamb jipr. standard gu. 
Motto, /h crucc scltis. 

Langhohne. See Langham. • , • ■ ' 

Langhokn, or Langhornk, [Bedford. Granted CO 
Jan. ICIO] sa. a cross nr. ; on a chief of the second, 
three bugle-horns of the field, stringed gu. — Crest, a 
bugle-horn sa. stringed gu. betw. t"0 wings, expauded, 
ar. ■' ' ' 

I^anghornf., or La.ngherne, [Cornw.] az. a chev. 
betw. three es^'allojis or. 

Langland, per I'ale, ar. and or, a cockatrice sa. combed 

Langlands, [of that Ilk] ar. on a chev. gu. three stars 
of the fir.st. — Crest, an anchor, in pale, placed in the 
sea, ppr. Motto, Spcro. 

Langlaron. See Lanleyron. 

Lang LEE, ar. a fesse sa. in chief three escallops of the 
last. 

Langlcc, ar. on a fesse sa. three escallops of the first. 

Langley, [lligham-Gobioa, Beds. Created a Baronet, 
29 Mai/, 1G41] jialy of six, ar. and vert. — Crest, in a 
ducal coronet or, a ]ihiiiic of five ostrich's foal hers, three 
ar. and two vert. 

Langleg, [Beds.; Heref; and Salop] The same arms and 
ciest. (Another cicst, the feathers ar.) 

Langley, [Ches.] ar. a cockatrice sa. nicrnbered gu. 

Langley, [Essex] gu. a chev. engr. or, betw. three escallops 
ar. 

Langley, [Bri^tow and Mangcrfield, Glouc] gu. a saltier 
or. — Crest, a dexter gauntlet, lying fesseways, holding a 
sword, erect, all ppr. the blade entiled with a diagon's 
head sa. couped at the necV. gu. 

Langley, [Glouc; Shrewsbury, Salo() ; and Wanv.] ar. 
a fesse sa. in chief three ogresses. — Crest, on a garb, 
lying fesseways, or, a dove, close, ar. beak>:d and legged 
gu. Mo((o, Beare and forbeare. 

Langley, [Glouc] ar. a fesse sa. in chief three hurts. 

Langley, [Kent] quarterly, per fesse indented, or and az. 
(Another, az. and or.) 

Langley, [Lane; Eye, Sufi".; Ousethorpe and Palton, 
Yorks.] ar. a cockatrice, volant, sa. crested, nienihered, 
and beaked gu. — Crest, a cock ar. combed, legged, and 
wattled cu. 

Langley, [Line] two coats ; first, ar. a cockatrice sa. 
crested, beaked, and membered, gu. ; second, gu. a mer- 
maid, \uth comb and glass ar. the third as the secorvd, 
the fourth as the first. 

Langley, [Line] crm. on a bend az. three leojiards' heads 
or. 

Langley, [Line ; London ; and Salop] ar. a fesse sa. in 
chief three ogresses, all vithin a bordure of the second. 
— Crest, a cockatrice sa. beaked or, combed aiRl wattled 

g"- 
Langley, [Lincoln's Inn, London. Granted iO Jan. -iOtk 

Eliz.] The same arms and crest. 
Langley, [Lord Mayor of London, lo7C] crm. on a bend ■ 

vert, three leopards' heads or. 
langley, [London. Confirmed 4 June, 16:32] per pale-, 

ar. and or, a cockatrice, ^vitL wings expanded, sa. beaked 

of the second, crested, wattled, and legged gu_. 



LAN 

hitiulcv, [Bioklty, Salop] paly of six, ar. and vert ; on a 
, ,,,(0,1 gii. a i)Ir'oii or. — Crest, a plieon or, bctw. two 
laurel sprigs vert. 
Lattqkih [Stiuiington, Warw.] ar. afcsse sa. in chief three 

^^caiiops of the sctontl. 

JuiH'/lcy, [Warw] r)Uitrttrly, per fessc indented, az. and or. 

Junqlry, [Rathoipe-Hali, Dalton, Yorks.] ar. a cockatrice, 

vith willies eutiorsed, and tail nowed, at the end thereof 

B dragon s head, ail sa. 

l/inghil, [Vorks.] per pale, ar. and or, a tockatrke sa. 

combed ^u. 
J/iitqley, [\Vikeh;ini-Aljbey, Maiton. Yorks.] quarterly; 

first and (bnrlli, or, a fesse belw. three crescents gu. ; 

second and third, puly of six, ar. and \erl. — Crest, out 

of a ducal toionet, five feather.s ar. 
Jjnnqlcy, or Langly, erni. a bend vert. 
Ijiugley, per cliev. gu. and oi, a lion ramp, barry nebulee 

ar. and az. 
Ijingley, jiei tliev. gii. and or, a lion ramp. vair. 
Langky, quarterly, or and gu. a bend sa. (Another adds, 

a label of three points ar.) 
Langley, paly of six, ar. and az. 
Longley, sa. a coekalricc ar. 

Langley, crni. on a fesse vert, three leopards' heads or. 
Langley, ar. a cockatrice sa. combed gu. 
iMngley, ar. a fessc bctw. tliree oak-leaves gu. 
Langley, per fesse, gu. and or, a lion ramp. vair. 
iMugli'y, ar. a bend az. botw. three mullets gu. 
Langley, quarterly, ))er fesse indented, ar. and az. 
Langley, quarteily, per fesse indented, or and gu. in the 

first a lion pass, guard, ar. 
Langley, jier pale, ar. and or, a wivern gu. 
langley, quarterly, ))cr cross indented, or and az. 
Langlois, az. a chev. or, betw. three crescents ar. ; on 

a chief gu. as many stars of si.\ points of the second, 

pierced. — Crest, a rock p|)r. 
I.ANGLOND, ar. a wivern displ. sa. 
Langlond, ar. a chev. cottised, gu. 
Langly. See Langley. 
Lahgman, [York Herald, Temp. Id Eliz.] ar. on a pile 

betw. two water-bougets sa. a ])ortcnllis of the first. 
Langmead, [Dc\ons.] gu. a lion ramp. ar. ; on a chief 

wavy of the last, a leopard's face betw. two cinquefoils. 

— Crest, a S))ui bctw. two wings. 
Lakgmore, or Longmoee, sa. a chev. or, and canton 

erm. — Crest, on a chapeau, a greyhound, statanl, ))j)r. 
Langrich. See Langrige. 
Langriche, or La ngrithe, [London] quarterly; first 

and fourth, ar. six billets sa. three, two, and one; second 
iaud third, gu, a lion ramp, or, preying on a tiragon, re- 
versed, of the last. 
Langrige, or Langrich, ar. six billets sa. three, two, 

and one. 
Langrish, or Lakgrisiie, [lieland] per cioss, gu. and 

or, four covered cups, couiitcrchanged. — Crest, a dra- 
gon's head gu. voniiling lire ppr. 
J-fiugruh, [West Ashling, Suss.] quarterly, sa. and or, 

•our covered cups, countercliangcd. 
LANciRi PLOY Ell, or, a cross fiory sa.] 
Langrith, ar. six billets s.a. 
Langrithe. See Lakgriche. 
Langry, or,. a cross flowered sa. 
I'ANGRYGE, [Hants.] quarterly, ar. and sa, four covered 

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Langsdale, paly of six, or and gu. a bordurc az. , 

Lakg.siori), [Cornw.] i)jly of six, or and sa. ; on a chief 

vert, a lion pass, of the liift. 
Langsi'E.\r,. — Crest, a t.dbol's head holding in the mouth 

a denii hind conped. 
Langsvaff, az. a bend or, betw. three cocks ar. 
Langston, or La.ngstone, or, a chev. gu. in chief 

tuo (Another, lliree) ruses ppr. in base a dolphin, 

eudjowed, of the last.— Crest, a lion ramji. gu. supporting 

a pillar. 
Langstone, quarterly, az. and ar. a bend or. 
Langtiiorne, :ir. six cinquefoils gu. three, two, and 

one. — Crest, a bcerbutt sa. in the bung-hole three roses 

gu. stalked anti leaved veit. 
Langlhoriie, ar. si\ annulets sa. 
Langton, [Langtonwick, Berks.] quarterly, or and gu. 

a bend sa. 
Lanyion, [Windsor, Berks.] or, a lion ramp. sa. 
Lmigloii, [Reriwck] ar^^ thiec leopards' faces gu. 
Langton, [.Xrchbishoj) of Canterbury, Temp. King John] 

per pale, az. and gu. a bend or. 
Langton, [Walton, Ches.] ar. three chev. gu. 
Langton, [Baron ..Maiton, Lane] ar. two ("J »io//ier, three) 

chev. gn. 
LfOngtvn, [Baron of Newton, County Palatine of Lane] 

quarterly; lirst and fourth, av. three chev. gn. ; second 

and third, ar. a cross nioline sa. 
iMngton, [Ledull, Lane.] ar. three chev. gu. — Crest,' a 

man's head, side-faced p|ir. hair flotant or, on liis head 

a cap sa. turned up ermiiiois, coujied bclo« the shoulders, 

and in armour gu. 
Langton, [Low, Lane] quarterly; first and fourth, ar. 

three chev. sa. ; second and third, ar. an eagle displ. with 

two necks vert. 
Lajiglon, [Broughton, Lane. Conjirwcd 25 June, 1G57J 

per pale, ar. and or, three chev. gu. 
Langton, [Leie.] az. an imjierial eagle ar. a bcndlet sa. . 
Langton, [Langton, Line; and l.,ondon] quarterly, sa. 

and or, a bend ar. — Crest, an eagle or, and wivern 

vert, interwoven and erect on their tails. •' 

Langton, [Stanton and Stanmore, Midd. Granted 7 Dec. 

1677]a/!.two palesengr. belw. three ilcuis-de-lis, in chief, 

or. — Cie;t, out of a ducal coronet gn. a demi lion ramp. 

or, holdnig in the paws a battle-axe ar. 
Langton, [Yorks] gu. a chev. erm. betw. three lions ramp. 

ar. 
Langton, ar. three chev. gu. — Crest, a woman's head, 

conped, ppr. vested gu. on her head a cap or. 
Langton, gu. a chev. ar. bctw. three lions ramp. or. 
Langltiii, or, on a cross, jiarly per cross, az. and gu, five 

roses ar. _ . ; 

Langton, ar. a e\<e\. b;tw. three leopards' heads \ert. '"" 
Langton, or iMnghunt, ar. a chev. betw. three cinquefoils 

gu. , ,"" 

Langton, ar. a chev. sa. betw. three lizards vert. 
Langton, per fesse, or and az. a cross moline gu. over it a 

bend sa. 
Langtuu, or, six annulets sa. three, two, and one. 
Langton, quarterly, or and az. a cross flory gu. 
Langton, jier pale, or and az. a cross flory gu. (Another, 

moline gu.o\er all a bend sa.) ' , 

LMngton, or, a saltier gu. 
lyihgton, b;iiiy of six, or and gu. a bend ai. 
Langtke, si. a chev. ar. an. I canton erm. 



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Langtree, [Langtree, nnd Walton, Lane] The same 

arms. — Crcbt, an eagle, with wings expanded, gu. 

beaked and lagged or. 
Lnngtrcc, [Langtree, Lane] erm. three cllev. sa. 
Langtree, [Lane] sa. a ciiev. ar. a quarter enn. 
Langtrey, [Lane; and Howleit, N.amp.] quarterly; 

first and fourth, errn. threo chev. sa. ; second and third, 

eriu. three bars az. 
Languii-lks, or Langvilles, ar. a bend betw. six 

ctoBslets BU. 
Langworth, ar. three dragons' heads, couped,.sa.vulned 

in the neck \}\n. 
Langwortiiy, [Baih] sa. three greyhounds, current, in 

pale, ar. — Crest, a deini stag ppr. 
Langworts, o;- Langv/orth, [Langworth, Lane] ar. 

three dragons' beads, couped, sa. 
Lanham, ar. a fessc gu. three lanibcaux, depending in 

chief, az. 
Lanham, or Landham, az. a chev. betw. three roses or. 
Lanhorgy, [Cornw.] az. three greyhounds ar. 
Lanhorne, [London] sa. ou a cross ar. fi\e fleurs-de-lis 

gu.; on a chief of the second, three bugle horns of the 

field, stringed of the third. 
Lanier, [1(»'J3] .., a saltier lozengy .., betw. four 

eagles displ. , , . 
Lanine, [Cornw.] sa. a castle ar. standing on the waves 

ppr. on tlic same a falcon, hovering, with bells, or. 
Lankin, barry of six, ar. and az. ; on a chief gu. a lion 

pass. or. — Crest, two winss, endorsed, ar. one on each 

side of a cha])eau ppr. issuing from the rim. 
Lanleyron, Lanlaiuon, or Langlaron, [Cornw.] 

sa. three chev. ar. 
Lann, ar. on a fesse betw. sii cross crosslefs iitchee sa. 

three cinqui.foils of the first. 
Lanncelot, or, on a chief az. a lion ramp, of the field. 
Lanncelot, ar. a pale and three bends gu. 
Lannde, [Suss. J erni. a cross cheqny, or and gu. in the 

first quarter, a lion ramp. (Another, pass.) sa. 
Lannde, az. three trefoils, slipped, ar. a chief, indented, gu. 
Lahnoy, [Bletsho, Beds.] az. three fleurs-de-lis or. 
Lcmnoy, or Lanoy. The same arms. — Crest, a cheva- 
lier's bead, armed with a helmet and plume, all ppr. 
Lannoy, [Hammersmith] az. a chev. betw. two swans, in 

chief, and a pair of shears, in base, ar. 
Lanrey, or, a bend betw. two fieurs-de-Iisgu. a lion pass. 

of the field. 
Lanselat, or, on a chief az. three lozenges of the first. 
Lansei.ATT, or, on a chief az. three fusils of the first. 
LiNSFORD, az. a chev. betw. three bucks' heads, coujied, 

or. — Crest, a Savage's head, coujied, ppr. 
Lansford, ar. crusily fitch6e sa. in pale three greyhounds 

of the last. 
Lansinby, [Yorks.] gu. a fesse bclw. three cushions ar. 
Lansladron, or Nansladron, [Coruw.] ar. three 

clieveronels sa. % 

Lansladron, sa. three chev. ar. 
Laksi.ey, ar. on a fesse az. three buckles or. — Crest, a 

griflin's head, erased, ppr. 
Lanstradkon, az. three chev. or. 
Lanstroder, erm. a cliev. S3. 
Lant, [Devons. ; N.amp. and StafTs.] quarterly; flrsCand 

fourth, per pale ; ar. and gu. a cross cngr. counter- 
changed, in tlip dexter chief a cinquefoil of the second ; 

&econd and third, gn. a saltier or, surmounted by another 



vert.— Crest, a dove ar. beaked and legged gu, standing 
on a sorjient, nc^wed, jipr. 

jAtnt, [Thorp-UnJerwoo I, N.anip] The san>e ariu.s. — 
Crest, on a serpent, nowed, az. a dove ar. on the 
breast a mullet of the first. Motto, Prudentia ei sim- 
jilicilale. 

Lant, [Exon] per |)ale, ar. and gu. a cross engr. counter- 
changed. 

Imhi, gu. on a fesse wavy, betw. three swans, with wings 
endorsed, ar. as many crosses patt6e sa. eai.li charged 
with five l)ezant.s.- — Crest, a swan's neck, couped, l>eniiv 
of six, ar. and sa. thereon a rose or; on each side oftiie 
crest a branch of rose-tree, leaved vert. 

Lant, or, a cross engr. gu. 

Lante. The same arn.-s as Lant, Exon. — Crest, a ser- 
pent, nowcd, vert. 

LaiStham, or Lanthon, ar. six annulets sa. 

Lanthon, ar. six cinquefoijs gu. 

Lantgn, or, an eagle displ: az. 

Lanton, az. an eagle tlispl. with two heads or, surmounted 
of a bendlet sa. 

Lanusi.in, ar. on a fesse sa. three mulleta of the field. - 

Lanvallei, [Essex, Temp. King Johi] gu. a liou pass, 
or. 

Lanvoys, ar. (Another, or,) two bars betw. eight cinqne- 
foils gu, four, three, and one. 

Lanwall, az. a bend ar. 

Lanway, or, a water-bouget sa. within a bordure of the 
second, bez;inlee. 

Lan'WE, or Lanwo, sa. a pair of wings conjoined. 

Lanwray, [Somcrs.] sa. a fesse or, betw. three fleurs-de- 
lis ar. 

Lany, [Leic. ; London; and Cratfietd, SufF.] ar. ou a 
bend betw. two fleurs-de-lis gu. a lion pass. or. — Crest, 
a niennan ppr. tail ar. fins and hair or, (ied round (he 
temples with two ribbons ar. and az. hohfiiio- in his 
hand a hawk's bell, hung to two strings of the second 
and third. 

Lany, [Newii k, Leic. ; and Ipswich, Sufi".] or, on a bend 
betw. two fleurs-de-lis gu. a lion pass, of the field. — 
Crest, as the last. 

L:iny, [Pullani, Norf.] The same arms.— Crest, a talbot'e 
head . ., guttee . . . 

Lanyon, [Lanyon, Cornw.] gu. on a castle, with four 
towers, or, a falcon, volant, ppr. — Crest, on a mount 
vert, within a castle, with four towers, ar. a falcon, 
volant, ppr. 

Lanyon, [Camborne, Coinw.] The same arras.— Crest, 
a falcon, rising, wings extended, belied. 

Laon, cbeqny, ar. and az. threo pales gu. a chief of the 
first. 

La Poer, [Ireland] ar. a chief indented sa. 

La Forest, ar. a cliief sa. — Crest, a nnicoru, sejant, ar. 
armed, crined, and tufted or. 

Lapp, [Darnford, Wilts.] or, a mermaid ppr. comb, glass, 
and hair, of the field. 

Lapp. The same arms. — Crest, a demi mermaid, issuing, 
ppr. in her dexter hand a purse, gu. in her sinister, a 
comb or. 

Lappeslode, [Devous.] sa. a chev. betw. three goats' 
heads, erased, ar. 

Lapsley, [Scotland] or, an eagle displ. ...surmounted 
by a fessG engr. az. cjiargcd with a bezant betw. two 
buckles ... — Crest, along cross gu. Supporters, dexter. 



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n Kni"li<. of St. John, in full costume, hol'ling in the 

ilrxUT liuiul a baton, all ppr. ; siiiistor, a Kiii;jht Tera- 

idur, also in pioper costuii!'.'. Molto, Corona mca 

C'/iiii-tus. 
I.Al'Sl.lE. Tlif sanje arms, cre^t, and motto. 
Lai- TiioiiN E, ar. oil a fcsse sii. three platts. — Crtst, a 

liou's heii'l, triised, or, tolUiiccI vair. 
IjkKWOKTH, fCariibr.] vair, on a saltier gu. five fleurs- 
de-lis or. — Crest, a stork pjir. resting the de.\ter foot on 

n (leur-de-lis or. 
1,A JlACHi:, gu. lliree lions, crowned, or. 
Lakaynk, iir Lareyn, quaiterly, sa. and ar. a cross 

couiiterili. lilted. — Crest, out ot a cloud, a hand holding 

a sarlaiicl of laurel ppr. 
J.AKliKN KK,£u. a fessc ar. surniountcd of anotlier, nebulee, 

83. Iietvv. three boars' heads, ccuj)ed, of the second, 

lu>ked 01. 
Larder, [Devons.] ar. three piles sa. on each as tnunv 

bezants. — Crest, a woman's head, coupcd at the slioul- 

ders, pjir. habited gu. garnisherl or, hair of the last. 
I.aider, [Upton Fine and Larder, Devons. ; and Soniers.] 

erm. three piles sa. on each as many bezants. — Crest, 

an elephant's liead sa. armed and ducally crowned 

or. 
I.AKDNEK, gu. on a fesse bctw. three boars' Iieads, couped, 

ar. a bar wavy sa. — Crest, un a chapeau, a bull ppr. 
LarknDok, or Laiungdon, gu. three cinqueibils ar. 
Laueyn. See Lauayne. 
Large, [Lor<l Mayor of London, 1430] ar. a bend az. 

bctw. three mullets, pierced, ... 
Lnrr/e, ar. a bcud az. betw. three mullets gu. — Crest, a 

(lemi Savage, holding a sheaf of arrows in the dexter 

hand, and pointing with the sinister, tea ducal coronet, 

all ppr. 
I^rgc, or Large, ar. a bend az. betw. six mullets gu. 
l.AUGKIPH, [London] ar. six billets sa. three, two, and 

one. 
Laiungdon. See Larendon, 
Lai;k, or Larke, or, on a chcv. sa. betw. three og;resscs, 

each charged with a lark ar. an etoile of sixteen |)oints, 

pierce<l, of the field. — Cre.st, a liand issuing from a clou I, 

ia fe?-;e, lifting a garb, ppr. 
Laiikan, or Larken, or, on a fesse gu. three quatrc- 

foils ar. — Crest, a greyhound, sejant, nz. 
Larke, or, on a chev. sa. betw. three torteauxes, each 

charged with a martlet, ar. an etoile of the lirst; on a 

chief gu. a lion pass, of the third. 
Larke. Sec Lark. 
Larken. See Larkan. 
Larkin, or Larkins, [Cambr.; Heref.; and Frinsbnry, 

Kent] erm. three leopards' heads sa. — Crest, a lark, 

with wings endorsed, holding in the beak a colnnibiue, 

all ppr. 
J-arkin, crin. tluce leopards' heads, cabossed, or ; on a 

chief gu. a lion pass, guard, of the second. 
Larkin, chequy, gu. and ar. a cross az. 
'-ARMAN. See LASMAN. 
l-AKoucHE, Hart. [Bristol, Snmers. 14 /Iwj;. 177C; since 

also of Alsfeld, Devons.] quarterly; first and fourth, or, 

a raven ppr. ; second and third, ar. on a mount vi rt, an 

eagle, close, looking at the sun in its gloty, in the dexter 

chief point. — Crest, a raven, as in the amis. 
Lari'knt, [London] gu. a saltier or, betw. four jilates, 

each charged with a hurt; on a chief erm. a fleur-de-lis 



az. — Crest, a unicorn'.* head, er'ised, ar. attired or, on 
the neck a fleur-de-lis az. 

Lakba, ur. on a mount, in base, vert, a lion and serpent 
ppr. respecting each other, and supiiorling a garb, or, 
surmounted by a dove, with wings expanded, ppr, — 
Crest, an cim-lree |)pr. 

Larcs, sa. three jiheons, in pale, points or, barbed ar. 

La Hush, clieqny, or and vert, a fe<se gu. 

LASCF.L1.F.S, Eaii of llAKEWOOD, Viscount Lascclles, 
and I'aron lliirewood of I larewooti, Voiks. [Crcaiiinis, 
Baron, Hi Jintc, I'l'.Hi; \'isc. and Karl, 7 Sept. 1812. 
Jli-iidi-iicc, Ilarewood House, near Wethcrby, ^'orks. 
Toicn llimsc, Ilarewood Place, Hanover Square] sa. a 
cross flory within a bordure or. — Crest, a bear's hoad, 
coupcd at the neck, erm. muzzled gu. buckled or, col- 
lared of the second, studded gold. Sn|)porters, two 
bears erm. muzzled and collared uu. chained or, the col- 
lar studded with five bezants, and pendent thereto a 
shiclil of the iirm.>. Motto, In solo Deo salus. 

LascklI.s, [Lassells, Sowerby, Brakerbergh, and \orth- 
allertoM, Yorks.] sa. a cross patonce or. — Crest, a bears' 
head, coiiped, ermiiiois, muzzled gu. 

Lascells, or Lancels, [Lston, Notts; and Yorks. Temp. 
Jidtv. /.] ar. three cha|)lets gu. — Crest, out of a ducal 
coronet or, a griffin's head vert. 

Lascye, [Line. Temp. Edw. /.] ar. a lion ramp. ppr. 

Lasky', ar. six gun-stones sa. 

Lashaw, [London] gu. a lion pass, guard, betw. three 
gauntlets or. 

Lasiiiey, [Scotland] or, on a bcud az. betw. two wolves' 
heads, <i)upcd at the neck, ]ipr. three buckles of the field. 

Lash.mar, az. two dolj>hins, naiant, in pale, or. — Crest, 
a boar's head, erased anri erect, sa. 

Lasinuy. See Lasont.y. 

Lasman", or Lar.man, or, on achc\. az. three masulcs 
of the field. 

Lasman. The same arms. — Crest, a squirrel, sejant, or, 
holding betw. the paws a laurel-branch vert. 

LasoNBY, or LasINBY, [Yorks.] gu. a fe.«e betw. thri'C 
cushions ar. tasselled or, ov'?r all a bcnil sa. guttec dor. 

Lassells, ['^orl'.] gu. three helmets ar. phnned or. 

Lasaclls, [of the North] sa. a cro.'Js flory, within a bordure 
or. — Crest, a beat's head erm. muzzled or, collared cu. 
ringed of the seconti, the collar charged with five bezants. 

Lnsscll.-<, [Notts, and Y'oiks.] ar. six ciiiqncfoils gu. 

Zos.seJ/s, [Estrick, Yorks.] a r. three torteauxes, each char- 
geil w ith a ciuquefoil . . . 

Lasietls, [Y'orks.] sa. a cross patonce within a boiduie 
cngr. or. 

Lassells. sa. a cross patonce or. — Crest, a bear's head, 
couped, erminois, muzzled gn. 

Ltisse/ls, gu. a saltier ar. a chief of the last. 

Lassells, ar. six roses <;u, 

Lassells, ar. three chaplels gu. • 

Lassells, sa. a cross iiowercd or. 

iMssells, ar. a pale fusily gn. within a bonluie az. bezantee. 

Lassey, Lassew, ocLassow, sa. a cro.=^s flory ar. CA7.IJ- 
ther, or.) 

Latch, [Woodhouse, Leic. ; and Elston, Notts.] ar. on a 
fesse wavy az. betw. three escutcheons gu. as nianv 
lozenges or. — Crest, a lion's head or, gorged with a fesse 
wavy az. 

Late, ar. a cross chcqny, or and az, 

Latewauu, [London] ar. on a fcsse gn. bctw. three 

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iin<|Ucfoils, per pale, of tlie first and az. a liind, trip-' 

pant, lirtw. two jihi ons or. — Cn-st, a (.'ciiii hawk, wilius^ 

expanded, sa. on the head two honi.s, liL-iit, or. 
Lath, [n( tl)ut Ilk] gu. on a t'essc l)et\v. two mulleis ar. 

a ro^f of tlie first. 
La'Ih.am, [I'apworth-Agnes, Cambv. ; and Northokenhani, 

Essex], or, on a chief indented, az. three plates, witiiin a 

bordurc c'oljonated, ar. and ot ihe second. 
Latham, [liradwell Ilall, Chcs. ; and London] erniinois ; 

on u ihicf iurlented az. three hezaiits, over all a bend en. 

— Crest, an eagle, wines elevated, erniinois, preying on 

a child, pj)r. swaddled ar. an<l iiz. exposeil on a rock ppr. 
Lathcm, or Lathnm, [Gandcn, P'ssex ; and Latham, Lane] 

or, on a chief indented (Another, daiiccttee) az. three 

plates. (Anntlier, bezants.) — C!resl, an eagle jirevin^ on 

a child, all |)]ir. the child in swaddling clothes QU. hound 

ar. at the head ol the child, an oak-branch of ihe second. 
jMthcim, or Lathoiit, [Knowsley, Lane] The same, with 

a bend gu. 
Lathnm, [Lane] ar. on a chief indented, az. three bezants. 
lAktham, or Latliom, or, on a chief indented, az. tliree 

plates, charged with as many inartlets sa. within a bor- 

dure aobonated, gu. and ar. 
Laihatn, qnarterly ; first az. two cliev. or; second gu. a 

fcsse ilaucettee, betw. six billets or. 
Latham, quarterly; first and fouith, az. two chev. or; 

second and third, ar. an inescutcheon, within an orle of 

eight cinquefbils, pierced, sa. 
Latham, sa. six auLulcts or, three, two, and one. 
Latham, az. a chev. (Another, thiee chev.) or. 
Latham, or L<}fhiim, az. two chev. ar. (Another, orr) 
Lath BROKE, az. a chev. ar. 
Lathhroke, or Ladbrook, az. a chev. or. 
r.ATHBURY, [Derb.] paly of six, ar. and az. ; on a canton 

or, a crescent sa. 
Lathbvry, [Lane, and Lcic] barry of six, ar. and az. ; on 

a canton of the second, a martlet or. 
Lathhiiry, [Lcic.] ar. two bars, and a canton az. charged 

with a martlet or. (Another, ar.) 
Latkbnry, ar. two bars and a canton az. 
i,ATllEBURY, ar. three barsaz.; on a canton of the second, 

a martlet or. 
Lathem, TLanc] or, on a chief indented az. three lozen- 
ges ar. 
Lathom. See Latham. 
Lathome, [Upminsler, Essex] or, on a chief dancettee 

az. three plates, within a bordnre, gohony, ar. and gu. 
Lathum, or, on a chief indented az. three plates. — - 

Crest, ou a hank of cotton or, an eagle reguard. of the 

first, wings expanded. 
Lathnm, or, on a chief indented az. three plates; over all 

a bend gu. (Another, a bend sinister gu.) 
Lathnm, or, on a chev. indented az. three plates, on each 

a mullet, all within a bordure, gobouated, gu. and erm. 
Lathum, az. two chev. or. 
Latimer, [Devons.] gu. across patonce or, charged with 

five escallops sa. within a bordure ar. 
Latimer, [Dors.] gu. on a cross j)atonce or, five tortcauxes. 
Latimer, [Dors.] gu. a cross patonce or, a bordure engr. 

ar. 
Ixitimer, [Braybroke, Corby, and Danby, N.anip.} gu. a 

cross patonce or. 
Latimer , [Corby, N.amp.] gu. a cross flory or. 
hatimer, fSufl'.] ai. a chev. ar. in chief a cinquetoil of the 



second, pierced, or, in base three cross rrosslets of the 

last. 
Latimer, fVorks. Temp. Jutir. /.] siu. on a cros* patonce 

or, four escallops sa. 
Latimer, ar. on a chief s:n. four cross crosslets or. — Crest, 

an eastern crown ?u. 
Latimer, gu. a cross moline or, in the first cjuarter a cres- 
cent of the last. — Crest, on a nioniit vert, a hind, se- 
jant, ar. collared and chained or, under a tree ppr. 
Latimer, pu. a cross ji:ilouee or. — Crest, a plume of 

feathers or. 
jMtimer, gu. a cross (lory or, on a bend az. three fieurs- 

de-iis of the second. 
Latimer, ar. two bars gu.; on a canton of the last a cross, 

conped. 
Latimer, gn. on a cross flory or, five niaunches of the 

first. 
Latimer, gn. on a cross pattee or, four (Another, five) 

escallops sa. 
Latimer, gu. a cross patonce or, a label az. 
Latimer, gu. a cross patonce or, a label az. Ilowered of the 

second. 
Latimer, gu. on a cross patonce or, five escallops sa. 
Latimer, or Latymer, gu. on a cross patonce or, five 

maundies of the field. 
Latimer, ^u. a cross patonce or, on a bordure az. three 

fleurs-de-lis of the second. 
Latimer, au. a saltier ar. eharffeil with an annulet ... 
Latimer, au. ou a fesse betw. six cross crosslets sa. three 

cinqnefoils ar. 
Latin, or LavtoN, sa. on a bend ar. three escallops gu. 
LjOtin. See Lay ton. 
LatinghrAj, or, a bend engr. sa. 
LatisbY, sr>.. two lions pass, auard. ar. ciowned or. 
Latleli,, o,-, six martlets sa. three, two, and one. 
Laton, [Soaiers.] or, a cross moline gu. 
I^aton, ar. a fesse, betw. thn*e lozenges sa. — Crest, out 

of a ducal coronet or, a stork's head ar. 
Laton, or, on a bend gu. three greyhounds' heads, erased, 

of the first, collared of the second. 
Laton, ar. on a fesse betw. six crosslets fitchee sa. three 

ciiiquefoils ol the field. 
Laton, or, on a bend az. tliree greyhounds' heads, erased, 

of the field, collared ar. 
Laton, ar. a fesse betw. seven cross crosslets sa. three, 

two, and two. 
i Laton, per pale, sa. and ar. a saltier engr. ermines. 
! Laton, ar. a cross moline gu. 
Laton, ar. a fesse betw. three fusils sa. ' 

Latun, or, a fret vair. 
Laton. See Lay ton. 
Latouche, or La Touch e, [ICngland] gu. a thev. ar. 

in chief three bezants. — Crest, a hand, in armour, 

couped in fesse, holding a scimitar, eufiled w ith a boar's 

head, couped. 
Latonche, gu. a jjoniegranate or, seeded ppr. leaves veit; 

on a chief az. two mullets ar. — Crest, a mullet of six 

points, j)ierced, or. 
Latonche, [Dcllevue, near Dublin] or, a pomegranate, slip- 
ped, ppr. ; on a chief az. two mullets, pierced, ar. — 

Crest, an ctoile, |)ierced, or. 
Latonche, or L.ilnuch, [Ireland] ^\i. a chev. or, in chief 

three bezants. — Crest, on a heart gn. an eagle's claw, 

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Lj4 Toi'Cii t., g,^- three bezants. — Crest, a bezant, charged 

«illi a niiilitt gii. 
Latta, [ScolhiDcl] sa. three piles ar. over all, on a fcsse 

pii. tlircc crescents of the second. — Crest, an oak-tree 

i)|>r. IMotIo, Diiin vivo vireo, 
LatTON, [Kingston Bagpuze, Berks.] per pale, ar. and 

sa. a spltier engr. crniiues and erm. — Crest, a cross 

|.,nv or. 
ImIIoii, sa. on a bend ar. tlnee escallops gu. 
LaTI'VMEU, gu. on a cross patimce or, tour escallops sa. 
|.,4TliN, ar. on a lesse sa. bclw. six crosslets fitchee of the 

sctond, tlnee cinqnefoils ot the first. 
Latvmek, [Treston, Siift.] az. a chev. ar. betw. a cinque- 
foil, pierced, and three cross crosslets, in chief, and tour 

in base, of the last. 
[Mttjmcr, tru. a cross patonce or, over all a label of three 

points az. on eacli as nianv fieiirs-ile-lis of the second. 
Luliftner, az. a chev. betw. six crosslets ar. in the dexter 

chief, a rinqucfoil or. 
Latymer. See Latimer. 
Lauchlan, [Scotland] az. two bars wavy ar. betw. as 

many cross crosslets fitcbee or, in chief, and a swan in 

base, ppr. — Crest, a swan. Motto, Diviita sibi ca7iil. 



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claw, Bupportinc; a Saracen's bead, ppr. — Crest, a tower, 
with a deiui grillin issuing out of the top. Alotto, Strike 
alike. • 

Lauder, [Bass, Scotland] lju. a gritlin, salient, within a 
double Iressuie llo"t led and connter-llowercd, ar. — Ciest, 
a solan goose sillioi; on a rock, ppr. Motto, Sub ninbra 
alantin liianim, in some books, snj)ported by two lions; 
but njuin an old slone in North Ikruirk Clunxli, the 
siippoiters arc tuo angels ppr. 

lAtiiilrr, [IJeilhavcM anil Weslbanies ; desct^nded of Lander, 
of Tiass] Arms the same as of Bass, charging itie gritli?i's 
breast with a luart ensigned with an iujperial crown, all 
ppr. for diff. Ins Wile being a Douylas. — Crest, the 
trunk of an old tree bud<ling, ppr. i>lotlo, livpuUulat. 

Lauder, .., a grillin, salient, lioMing in the fore pOjWS a 
sword erect, ijeariiii^ on the |ioinl a h-opard's face . .. — 
Crest, a band and wrist, coupcil, lynig tisseways, holding 
a .swoid er.i.t, on the point a leopard's face, as in the 
arms. 

Laud.'^kdai.e, sa. frelty or. 

Lal' DlcKMOMi;, [Scotland] ar. on a bend gu. two crosses, 
conped, of tlie lu'^t. 

Laudham, az. a cliev. betw. thiee roses or. 



Laxjd, [Archbishop of Canto bury ; beheaded l(i44] sa. | '-A VGFOilD. See LoNGFORD. 



on a chev. or, betw. three etoilcs of six points of the s 
cond, as many crosses patlee titchee gu. 

Laudeliis, az. an orle or. 

Lauder, Sir'l'HOMAS Dick, Bart. [Grange and Fonntain- 
hail. CrcatloH, lfi88. liesidenctt:. Grange, near Edin- 
burgh ; Fountaiidiall, in the County of Haddini^ton; 
and Relngas, in .Morayshire, Scotland] quarterly ; first 
and fourth, gu. within a double trcssure, tlowered and 
counter-flowered w ith fleurs-de-lis ar. a crillin, segreant, 
of the last, bearing the badge of Nova Scotia in the dex- 
ter claw , for Ladder, of La\ider and Bass, and of Foun- 
tainhall ; secorid and third, ar. a fesse az. betw. tuo 
stars, in chief, and a crescent, in base, gu. for Dick, of 
Braid and Grange; on a shield of pretence az. a straw 



Lai giiai;n e, pci chev. gu. and ar. a pale counterchnngcd. 

— Crest, out of a clouii, a hand, erect, pointing with one 

finger to the sun. 
Laighf.i?, gyionny of eight, or and sa. a chief gu. — 

Crest, a ))loUi;b ppr. 
Laigiii.in, [Ireland]— Crest, a talliot, sejant, ar, resting 

his paw on a shield gu. 
Lauguton, ar. on a bend sa. three mullets or. 
Lai^gingek, [Germany] sa. an eagle's leg and wing, 

conjoined, in fesse, and clevateil, gu. 
Lac.nci:, [I'enrnarc, Cornw. ; and Suf}".] or, on a chief 

indented, sa. three cinquefoils of the field. — Crest, a 

denii bull erin. attired or, ])ierced through \vith a broken 

spear sa. headed ar. vulned giittee de sang. 



berry-leaf betw. three garbs, oj- sheaves of ciiuimin, two' LGiiiicr, [Hallesworth, Sull". Granted 8 iN'ou. 1580] or, 



in chief, and one in base, or, (the crest of which is, a 
lion ramp. gu. holding in the dexter paw a daager ppr. 
with the niolto, I'ouraye,) for Cum iti, of Relngas; the 
whole suriounded by an orange tawney riband of the 
Knights Baionets of Nova Scotia, with the badue of the 
order suspended from it below, bearing the motto, I'ax 
me7itis honcslar gloria. — Crests, first, out of a tower ar. 
masoned, and |)ortcullis doM n, sa. the head and shoulders 
of a Centinel, in a wati hing posture, ppr. for Lauder,' 
over it the uiotto, Tiirris prvdcntia custos ; second, a 
Etag's head, erased, ppr. attired or, for Dick, over it 
the raotto, Virtuti. Supporters, tuo lions ranij). ar. 
-Motto, below the aims, (j'l mie/ralurvs habila. 

(See PI. 35) 

Ao/f.^Robertus do Lavedrc came over with Milco'mc do Can- 
more into Scutlanil in 105G ; from whom desc-einkd tljc fxaiuicrs 
of Lauder- Tower and Ba«s, Fomitainhall, &e. Tlie Laudi-r- 
Tuwnr family becomiiif extinct aliout 16.i-2, Sir John Lauilor, 
first Bart, ol Fountainliall, succeeded to it, as linc.i! represent- 
ative. Tlie preFcnl Uaronct also represents the house of Dick. 
which having ended in two daugiitcrs, who. both dyinc un- 
married, left the representation of the family of Sir William 
Dick, of Braid, vested in tiie person of Sir Andie-..- Lauder, 
from whom Sir Thomas inherits it. 

iMudcr, [Hattoun, Scotland] ar. a gritlin, segreant, sa. 
beaked and iiiembered gu. Iiolding a sword w ith the de.\ter 



on a I'csse indented sa. three cinqnefoils of the field; on 
;i caiiton of the second, a lion ramp, of the first. — Crest, 
a hand, in aimoiir, p|)r. lying lesseways, grasping a 
lance oi, headed ar. 

Luvuce, or, a chief gii. 

Lai! NCl-u.LEYN, ar. a fleur-de-lis sa. 

Launcelot, or, on a chief gu. three lozenges ar. 

f.AUNCELYN. See LaUNSLIN. 

Laend, or Lalnde, crni. a cross coniponee, or and gu. 
in the first quarter a lion ramp. sa. 

Laumiahe, gu. a bend or, cotti-ed indented, of the last. 

Lalmje, az. three trefoils, slijiped, ar. a chief indented, 

§"■ 
iMunde, or, three jtiles gu. within a bordure, az. bezantee. 

Laundc. See Luinid. 

Lal'NIieu, [New Hall, Lane. Granted 10 June 1(587] 
sa. three mullets of six points, in bind, ar. betw. two 
cottises, indented, or. — Crest, adenii unicorn sa. attired, 
nn;;ided, ami crined or, the body tharned with three 
midlets of six points, bendways, ar. 

Lalndiiam, az. a chev. betw. three ro-ts or. 

Laiington, [Wilford, AVilts.] ar. a saltier gu.; on a chief 
of ihelasi, three boars' heads, coujied, or. 

Luuiiffliju. The. same arms. — Crest, a dexter arm, ia 
armour, embowed, brandishing a sw.ord, all ppr. 



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■LaunsliN, or Launcelyn, ar. on a fesse sa. three 

niullcts of the liel(). 
Laurel, — Crest, out of au antique crown, a cubit arm, 

vested, holilins; a bir'i, and a parlaod of laurel. 
Laurence, [Colchester, Essex] ar. a cross, eiiibattled, 

g"- 

Laurence, or Laurentius, ar. a clicv. betw. three gridirons 

■ sa. 

Laurence, [Ireland] gu. three chev. frctfv ar. in chief as 
many ciiiqucfoils of the .second, a chief or. — Crest, a 
griffin, sijaiit, wing.-; endorsed, holding in the dexter 
claw a garland of launl |ipr. 

Laurence, ar. a cross ragiily gn. — Crest, a dcnii turbot, 
the tail erect, ar. 

Laurence, ar. a cross, couped . . ; on a chief gu. a lion 
pass, guard. 

Laurie, [Knight of the Hegenfs Park; Slicrifl'of London 
and Middlesex, 1823-4] sa. out of a cuji or, a chaplet of 
roses, within a wreath of laurel, all ppr. — Crest, an 
arm, embowed, in armour, jipr. garnished or, holding in 
the hand a chaplet of laurel vei t. 

Laurie, or L<iicric, [Plainstones and Portsburgh, Scot- 
land] per fesse, gu. and sa. a cup ar. with a garland, 
issuing out of the top, betiv. two laurel branches, vert. 
— Crest, the trunk of an oak, sprouting out, ppr. Motto, 
Rcpvllulat. 

LAUillN, ar. a lion pass, guard, sa. within a bordure 
engr. gu. — Crest, on a chapean ])pr. an eagle's head az. 

Laukiston, erni. a fesse befw. three cocks gu. — Crest, 
a dexter arm, in armour, embowed, holding a Stimilar, 
all ppr. Motto, Justitia et Veritas. 

Lautour, [Hextou House, Hjtchin, Herts.] erminois, a 

I fesse, embattled, cottised, gu. in chief, a tower, triple- 
towered, sa. — Crest, a dexter arm, in armour, em- 
bowed to the sinister, ppr. garnished or, supporting 
with the gauntlet a sliield, erminois, charged with a fe.ssc, 

■ embattled, cottised, gu. 

Lauty, [Scotland] sa. three piles ar. ; on a fesse, sur- 
mounting the exterior ones, and debruised by the centre 
one, gu. two crescents of the second. — Crest, a dexter 
hand, holiling a spear, in pale, j)pr. 
■Lauty, [Scotland] sa. three piles, in point, ar. surmounted 
of a fesse gu. charged with as many crescents or. 

Lauty, [TeiclioDell, Scotland] The same, the fesse charged 
with one crescent. 

Lauty, [Myrehousc, Scotland] The same, the fesse charged 
with two stars. 

Lauzon, az. three serpents, in form of acirde, their tails 
in their mouths, ar. — Crest, a mermaid, vitli mirror 
and comb, all jipr. 

La Vach, gu. three lions ramp. ar. crowned or. — Crest, 
a bull's leg, reversed, erui. 

Lavache, [Oxon] The same arms. 

Lavache, gu. three lions ramp, crowned or. 

Lav.ai.l, or, on a cross gu. five escallops ar. 

Lavall, or Lauall, az. a bend ar. (Another, gu.) 

■ Lavall, barry of six, crni. and gu. 

Lavall, az. two bars or, within a bordure cngr. gu. 
Lavalling, or Lavelin, ar. a tleur-de-lis sa? 
Lavas, ar. a ftsse sa. 
Lavash, ar. three chev. gu. over all as many lions ramp. 

sa. 
Lavelis, [Castleharuock, Cornw.] nr. three calves' heads, 

coujwd, gu. — Crest, a tower, triple-towered, or. 



Lavell, [Oxon] ar. a lion ramp. .., within au orb' of 

eight cross crosslets fiti.bee az. 
Lavell, ov Lauall, or, on a cross gu. betw. twelve eagles 

displ. veit, five rscallops ar. 
Laeell, or, on a cross gu. iive escallops ar. — Crest, a fu\, 

current, i)pr. 
Laven, [Poole, Scotland] per pale, gu. and m. three 

bucks' heads, coujtid, or. — Crest, a buck's head.ioujicd, 

or. 
Laven, [Auchenland, Scotland] or, six lozenges gu. 
Laven, [Quarlewood] ar. (knottier, or,) six lozenges 

g". 
Lave.nder, [Fiedford and Felmershani, Beds.] per fesse, 

gu. and ar. a pale and three gcm-rinis, countcrchangcd. 
Lavender, [Herts, and Loudon, desecnded out of Herci". 

Her. Oft'. Herts, and lilidd. C. 28] j)er fesse, gu. and 

ar. a pale, countcrchnnged, tli'ri'on tl.rce fo'jutains, ppr. 

— Crest, a dcnii horse ar, gorged with a cbapiet of 

lavender. 
Lavender, [London. Confirmed 7 May, 10-28, Her. Off. 

Herts, and Midd. c. '2'6] j)er lesse, gu. and ar. a pale, 

cuuntcrchanged, and three plates on the first. 
Lavenham, or Lavingham, [Esse.?] az. three eagles 

disjd. ar. armed or. 
Lavenhnm , quarterly, per fesse indented, gu. and vert, in 

chief a wivern, volant, tail extended, or. 
Lavenses, ar. a bend betw. six billets gu. 
Layer, or, on a cross gu. a lion ramp. ar.^Crest, a tal- 

bot's head, erased, gn. and crowned with a ducal coronet 

or. 
Lavcr, sa. three boars' heads or. 
Laverick, and Laverike. See Laverock. 
Layering, ar. two chev. sa. in chief as many harts' heads, 

cabossed, gu. — Crest, a shepherd's flute, in pale, ppr. 
Laveriny, ar. two chev. sa. betw. three harts' heads, ca- 
bossed, gu. 
Lavcriny, ar. a lion pass, within a bordure engr. sa. 
Laverock, Layerick,o)- Laverike, crm. on a fesse 

engr. gu. a mullet ar. — Crest, two lions' gambs, erased, 

ppr. supj)orting a pillar or. 
Lavernck, Laverike, or I^evcrike, crm. a fesse engr. gu. 
Laverock, Levcrike, or Lestcrock, erm. on a chief gu. five 

martlets or. 
Laverock, or Lesterock, erm. on a cross gu. five martlets 

or. 
Layer YE, az. a fleur-de-lis or, in the first quarter a 

leopards' head of the second. — Crest, a Savage's head, 

affrontee, ppr. 
Ijxverye, or, a cross gu. a chief vert. 
Lavider, per fesse, gu. and or, a pale couiiterchancred. 
Lavidcr, per fosse, gu. and ar. a pale couiiterchangecl. 
Lavie, or, a hind's head, erased, gu. betw. three crosses 

pattce fitchce az. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a 

lion's paw, holding a cross crosslet titcliee az. 
Lavilee, erm. a bend sa. 
Lavingham. See Lavenham. 
Lavington, ar. a saltier gu. ; on a chief of the last, 

three boars' heads, coujjed, of the first. — Crest, a co- 

vereel cup ar. 
Lavington, [Dassishaw, Scotland] ar. a saltier gu. in chief 

a crescent sa.; on a chief of the second, three boars' 

heads, coujied. 
Lavy nER, j)er fesse, gu. and or, a pale, counterchangcd, 

and three gem-rings o( the second, stoned ai. 



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L.AW. Biirnti IXLENBOIIOUGII, of Elliiil),.rougIi, Cuaib. 
[i'reatiott, 19 April 1802. Jiesidriicc, Ilot-hamptou, 
t'urrfv. Tiivn House, 1(J I'iiikLane] i-nn. on a bend 
nie;i. bttw. two loiks gu. tlute mulltts, pk-icvd, or. — 
CriSt, a coik un. iliainoil roiiiul tlu" iunk, ami cliargt-d 
on tlie blea^t xvilli a niitie or. Su|)|)oi ttr.'i, l«o eagles, 
viiigs clr\ate<l, sa. the <lexltr i.lumie<i round tlie neck, 
and pendent tlierefioni, on llie breast, a mitre or; the 
sinister uith a like chain, and |)endent thtielrom a co- 
veretl tup f;old. Motdi, (nmpositiim jvs fusque aniini. 

Ijow, [Cannon-Hill, Maidenhead, iierks.] erni. on a bend 
cngr. hetw. two eoeks gn. tliiee mullets or. 

Ijnw, [liishi)]) rj Carlisle] ar. on a belid betw. two cocks 
gu. three mullets of the Held. 

Lr.w, [Staniiiore and Newirjglon, Midd.] jru. on a chief, 
indented, ar. two wolves' heads, erased, of the field. — 
Crest, a wolf's head gu. ducally gorged or. 

/,au), [Aii-/idLacon nf Itdckcster] ar. an eagle displ. with 
l«o heads vert, armed gu.- — Crest, a dove, in the beak 
au olive-branch, all ppr. 

Law, [Anstrulher, Scotland] enu. a bend betw. a cock, in 

chief, and two mullets, in base, gu. 
'Law, [Burntwocxi, Scotland] erni. a bend bctw. two cocks 
g'l. 

Law, [Burntoun, Scotland] The same arms. — Crest, a 
unicorn's head ppr. Motto, Ace ohseura nee ima. 

Imic, [Cameron, .Scotland] erni. a bend bctw. two cocks, 

within a bordnre engr. gu. 
.Law, [Raster-Kinevie, Scotland] The same arms, crest, 
and motto, as of Burntoun, the arms within a bordure 
gu. 

LatD, [Lawbridge, Scotland] ar. a bend, and cock in chief, 
gu;- — Crest, a cock, crowing. Motto, Sat aiiuco,si mihi 
fcplix. 

Lan\ [Newton, Scotland] enu. a bend, ragnly, betw. two 
cocks f^M. — Crest, a cock's head, erased, ppr. Slotto, 
Non ohscvra nee ima. 

Law, [Lauristoun and Piltilock] The same arms and 
crest as of Burntoun. 

Imxc, .., two bars .., in ciiief three crescents. 

Law, . . , a cross . . , a canton erni. charged with a muIKt. 

Law ALL. See Lav ALL. 

Lawari), 0)- Lawauhk, [Esterrouibe, Soniers. Granted 
1570] gu a lion ramp. ar. betw. eight cross crosslets 
litchee of the second. — Crest, out of a <lncal coronet or, 
a grithn's head az. beaked of the tirst. 

Laward, alias Lord, ar. on a fesse gu. bctw. three cinque- 
foils az. a hind pass, inter two pheoiis or. — Crest, a <lemi 
bird sa. on the head two small horns or, the wings ex- 
panded, the dexter outside gu. inside ar. the sinister 
outside of the last, inside of the third. 

iMward, ar. on a fesse gu. betw. three cinquefoils, pierced, 
az. a hind, tri|)pant, of the field, betw. two pheoiis or. 

Laicard, b;irry ncbulee of six, sa. and ar. 1 

Laware, or Lawarre, gu. crusily botonnce fitchee, a 
lion ramp. ar. 

Lau:are, ar. a fesse da ncett^e sa. I 

Lawarre, gu. crusily, a lion ramp. ar. 

I-nwarre. See Laward. 

Lawde. Same arms as LAtJl). 

Lawder, [Ncwington, Scotland] gu. a grithn, salient, ar. 
ni the dexter canton a tower of the last. — Crest, a balance 
Ppr. Motto, Mcdiocria jirma. ... . ■ 

^wdcr, [Belhnouth, Scotland] gu. a grilHn, segreailt, ar. 



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charged on the shoulder with a h.iartgn. royally crowned 

or, all within the ro_>al tressure of the second. 
L^wdir. The same as Lauder. 
Lawes. See Lawsk. 

Laweston, [La»eston, Scotland] ar. three mullets gu. 
Laweston, az. three crescr nts or. 
Lawiokd, az. seven crescents ar. three, three, and one. 

— Crest, an arrow, point downwards, and palm branch, in 

saltier. 
Lawflll, gu. three burs humttt^e, ar. — Crest, a cprnu- 

copia or, flowers and fruit ))pr. and a trident az. in 

saltier. 
Lawful!. The same arms. — Crest, a helmet ar. plumed 

or. 
Lawghton, ar. a fesse crni. double cottised az. 
La White, or Le White, [Bromliani, Wilts.] az. a 

fesse betw. three garbs or. 
Lawkin, vr Lawky.n, sa. three mullets ar. ; on a chief 

of the second, a doni lion ramp. gu. 
Lawi.kr, [England] ar. a chev. betw. three leopards* 

faces az. — Crest, on a dexter hand, couped, in fesse, a 

fdcon, rising, jjpr. 
Lawi.e.s, az. three cups, covered, or, cliief indented ar. 
Luwlis, or, on a thief, indented, az. three covered cups 

of the (kid. 
Lawless, Baron CLONCUIIRY, of the County of Kil- 

dare, and a Baroiu t of Jrel.jnd. [Creations, Bart. 20 June, 

177(< ; Buroii, 22 Srjit. 17(Jf>'. liisidciiec, (.loncurry Cas- 
tle, Ireland] ar. on a chief, in<lenltd, sa. three gari>s or. 

— Crest, a denii man, in armour, holding ati arrow, all 

ppr. Supporters, dexler, a bull; sinister, a ram, both 

ppr. Motto, Virliite el numiiin. 
Lawlesse, gu. a saltier betw. Ibiir boars' heads, couped, 

or. 
L/iwlcsse. See Lavlcij. 
Lawley, Bart. [Spoonhill, Salop, 1(5 Aitf/. IG41 ; since 

of Canwall, Staffs.] ar. a cross forniee, extending to the 

extremities of the shield, cheqiiy, or and sa. — Crest, a 

wolf |)ass. sa. 
Lawley, [Gloucester] ar. a fesse sa. in chief three escallops 

of tin: last. 
Lawley, or Lawlesse, aa. on a chief, indented, or, three 

covered < ups of the first. 
Law NDAUR, gu. a bend ar. cottised, indented, or. 
Lawndp, p.z. three trefoils ar. a chief indented gu. — 

Crest, a hand, in armour, couped, holding a cross cross- 
let filthee. t;u. 
Law.suy, [Youghall, Scotland] ar. a cross, counler-com- 

|)onee of the last and az. betw. four lions ramjv p|)r. 
Lawne, chequy, ar. and az. ; on a chief of the first, three 

pales gu. 
Jmwiw, per pale, gu. and az. three lions piass. guard, in 

pale, or. 
Lasvuance, [Foxiot, Glouc.] ar. a crtiss, ragulv, gu. — - 

Crest, a wolf's head ar. charged on the neck with a cross 

crosslet gu. 
Lawranee, [Foxhall, Glouc] ar. a cross, ragulv, gu. in the 

first quarter a lion pass, of the last. — Crest, a wolf's 

bead ppr. charged on the neck w ith a crescent or. 
Lawranee, [Hants.] ar. a cross betw, four cinquefoils gu. 

— Crest, on a chapeau gu. turned uj) erm. a talbot, 

sejant, of the first. 
Lawrell, — Crest, out of an antique crown, a cubit arm, 

vested, holding a garland of laurel, ppr. 

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Lawrence, [Iver, Rucks.; ami St. Ives, Hunts.] ar. a 
tioss, raguly, gu.; oil a iliicl of llip second, a liuii |>ass. 
guard, or. — Crest, it sla';'.s head, erased, sa. jjlatte, at- 
tired or, ducally gorf;c(l ar. 

Lautreiice, or Laurnrice, [Uelaford, Clieitsey, and Ivrr, 
Bucks,; ]f>t. Ives, Hunts.; and Chelsea, Midd.] ar. a 
cross, rayulv, j;u.; on a iliief az. three leopanis' heads 
'' or. — Crest, a denii lurbot, erect, pu. the tail upwards. 

Luijroue, [Grishi;raiige, l^evoiis. ; Sheidiu^loii, Cilouc. ; 
Lane; and Utili;)iii, Siift'.] iir. a cross, rasinlv, p'u. — 
Crest, a dcini tiirbot ar. tail u|>«ards. (Another crest, 
l«o laurel hianchos vert, i'oruiing a thaplet. Another 
crest, a wolf's head, couped, ppr.) 

Lawrence, [Devoiis.J thequy, or and az. on a bend gu. 
three csiallops ar. 

Lawrence, [S in(ly\iell Park, Clouc.j ar. a cross, ragnly, gu. 
a crescent for dlfi'. — Crest, the (ail and lower jiarl of a 
. fish, erect and couped, ppr. 

Lawrence, or Laurence, [Ireland] ar. three chcv. inter- 
• laced, gu. iu cliiif aMuany cinquefoils az.; achief of the 
last. — Crest, a grithn, sejant, uings endorsed, holding 
in the ilcxter paw a garland of laurel, ppr. 

Lawrence, [West Slocklands, Lfic.l sa. three lozenges ar. 
each charged with a saltier gu. 

Lawrence, [Lane] ar. a cioss gu. 

Latcrcncc, [Lane] ar. a cross wavy gu. 

Lcxorence, [Lane] ar. a cross cngr. gu. 

Laurence, [Londoji. Granted 18 Nov. 1C52] ar. a cross, 
raguly, gu'. a canton ermines. — Crest, two trunks of a tree, 
raguly, in saltier, .., environid with a cliaplet \ert. 

Lawrence, [Lord Mayor of London, ItiOl] erni. a cross, 
raguly, gu. a canton ermines. 

Lawretice, [London] erni. a cross, raguly, gu. a canton sa. 

Lawrence, [Scotland] ar. a cross gu. ; on a chief of the 
second, a lion pass, guard, or. — Crest, an acorn, slljiped, 
: and leaved vert. 

Lawrence, [Eiiglainl] gu. two swords, in saltier, ppr. betw. 
four cinquefoils ar. — Crest, a sea-lion, parted per fcsse, 
ar, and p|)r. Motto, Que pcme. 

Lawrence, sa. a cliev. hetw. three broken swords ar. ; on a 
chief, embattled, of the second, ss many martlets <;u. 

iM-wrence, ar. a cross raguly, flunked, gu. 

Lawrie, .^LEX andP.K, Esq. [Dejiute Gazeltoc Writer, 
Eilinburgh] az. a cup or, thereon four laurel- branches 
ar. the centre ones orlcways; on a chiof of the tliiid, a 
lion pass. gu. hetw. two mullets of the field. — Crest, a 
fox, current, ppr. Motto, Inqcnium inuiniicrata habi. 
(See PI. of Arms.) 

Lawrie, [Maxwelloun, Scotland] sa. a cup ar. with a gar- 
land betw. two laurel-branches, all issuing out of the 
same, vert. 

Lawrie, [England] az. on a fesse ar. betw. three plates, a 
cross pattee gu. — Crest, a monk, holding in the dexter 
hand a crucifix, and in the sinister, a rosary. . 

Lawrie. See Laurie. 

Lawrhi, Kennedy, [Redcastle] quarterly; first and 
fourth, per fesse, or and sa. a cup betw. two crosses 
pattee ar. a garland of laurel inter two laurel-branches, 
issuing from the cup, vert, lot Lawrie ; second and third, 
ar. on a chev. gu. betw. three cross erosslets (itchce sa. 
a pine-apple or, leaved vert, inter two plates, lor Kcn- 
Kcdy.- — Crests, first, the trunk of an oak, fesscways, cou- 
ped and raguly, ppr.eusigned with a cross pattee titcliee 
ar. entwined with a luurel-branch vert, tructeil gu. ; 



second, a dolphin, naiant, and behind it a Inuiel-lree, 
fructed, ppr. Motto, LtduUria atijuc Jortvna. 

Lanvri'.s, [Picardy] sa. three broad allows, iu pale, or. 

Lawk Y.N, ar. a lion pass, within a bordure engr. sa. (Ano- 
ther ad(U, a label ol time points gu.) 

Laws, Hai.ph, Es(j. [lU.^liopwearniouth, Durham] erm. 
on a bend engr. gu. betw. tvo cocks of the last, three 
mullets ar. — Crest, a cotk p|)r. Motlo, Conipns-itum jtit 
fasquc aninii. (See I'l. of Arms) 

Law.i, [Scotland] The san;e arms, crest, aiul motto. 

Jmws, gu. a fesse or. 

Lawse, or Lawes, [Kent and Korf. Granted 1584] or, 
on a chief az. three etoiles of the fithl. — Crest, on a 
ducal coronet or, an ermine pass. ppr. 

Lawsei.J.n, [Chcs.] ar. on a fesse sa. three mullets of the 
first. 

Lawson, Bait. [Brough, or Burgh Hall, Yorks. G Jnlif, 
ICGo] ar. a chev. betw. three martlets sa.— Crest, two 
arms, cmbowed, couped at the elbow, vested eiui. cufl 
ar. supporting in the hands ppr. a ring or, gemmed gu. 
within the ling the sun in splciulour gold. Motlo, Leve 
et reluis. 

Lawson, [Brayton and Isell, Cunib.; and Rock, N.umb.] 
per pale, ar. and sa. a chev. connterihanged. — Crest out 
of clouds ppr. two arms, cmbowed, vested erin. sup- 
porting a sun ppr. Motlo, Quod hnnesiiim utile 

Lawson, [Little O-worlh, Durham. Cfn finned '28 Feb. 
1668] The same arms and crest as the hist. 

Lawson, [Ireland] nz. a bend erm. betw. three trefoils, 
slipped, ar. — Crest, an arm fiom the elbow, vested gu. 
cuff, indeiiled, or, lioldiau. a holly-branch ))pr. 

Lawson, [Newcastle; and Cramlington, N'.unib.] The saint 
arms and crest as Lawson, Bait. Brouah. 

Lauson, [London] per ])ale, ar. and sa. a chev. counter- 
changed, ill chief an escallop of the seiond. 

Z,a«i«on, [r.oghall and Cairiiinore, Stolldn.l] ar. a saltier 
and chief sa. on the last three garbs or. 

Lawson, [Humby, Scotland] az. two crescents ar. in chief, 
and a star, in base, or. 

Lawson, [Scotland] az. two mullets ar. in iliii f, and a cres- 
cent, in base, or. 

Lawson, [Scotland] per pale, ar. and sa. an oile, couuter- 
changcd ; on a chief gu. three garbs or. 

Laicson, [Scotland] ar. a saltier az.; on a chief gu. three 
garbs or. 

Lawson, [.Scotland] per saltier, ar. and sa. a saltier gu.; 
on a chief az. three garbs or. 

Lawson, [Popleton, Yorks ] paly of four, gu. and vcrl, ou 
a chev. ar. a grevhounil's head, erased, sa. bvlw. two 
cinquetoil.s az.; a chief or, chareed with an ogress, there- 
on a dciiii lion ramp, of the third, betw. t»NO crescents, on 
each three plates. — Crest, a hind's head, era.-ed, ar. 
charged on the neck with three pellets, one and two, 
betw. the pellets a collar vert. 

Lawsirn, [Yorks.] paly of six, gu. and vert, on a chev. 
ar. three wolves' beads, erased, sa.; ou a chief or, as many 
og I esses. 

Lawson, [Yorks.] paly of six, ar. an.d vert. 

Lawson, [Yorks.] paly ol ten, ar. and vert. 

Lawson, paly ot four, gu. and vert, on a chev. ar. a fox's 
head, eiased, ot the first, betw. two cinquefoils az.; ona 
chief or, a jiellet charged with a demi lion ramp, of the 
third, betw. two crescents sa. each charged with three 
plates. , •. ■,;■,. ■ .i ......-.-. . ^ .. .:,..•-*. 



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LAY 

ijitLtott, . ., on a chcv. betw. three Diartlets, a crescent. — 
Crest, a rienii lion ramp, lioliling betw. bis fore paws a 
Biuilel of ^i^ points. ' 

Latcion, or Iausuh, ar. on a bend betw. two trefoils, slip- 
iifil, sa. tliree uiasilcs or. 

Lawton, [Lriwton, Clies.] ar. on a fesso bttw. three 
cross crdssltts (itchee sa. as many ciD(iueroils of llic field. 

; Crest, a dinii wolf, salient, reguard. ar. \ulnc<l in the 

breast cu. 

Laictiin, ai. a fesse betw. six cross crosslets fiteliee sa. 

l.AWTRKLL, or LowTHELL, az. a fesse betw. six mullets 

ar. 
.Law'VNE, gu. seniee of billets or, a fessc ar. 

Lawzon. The same aims as Lalzon. 

Lax, [St. llibs, Herts.] bariy ol six, erniinois, and gu. ; on 
a chiefaz. Iliree eatharinc-wheels or.- — Crest, on a mount 
vert a cathurino-wiictl or. 

LaxTON, [Lord Mayor of London, 1544] ar. a tliev. coni- 
ponee, crm. and sa. betw. three grilhns' heads gu. gut- 
tee or. 

Laxton, [Loudon] ar. a chev. eobonated, ermines and of 
the first, bitw. three ^ rithns' heads gu. guttee d'eau. 

Laxton, [London] gu. a ftssn betw. three conies ar. 

Laxton, [London] tnn. a chev. tngr. betw. three griffins 
heads, erasid, eu. 

Laxton, [Yorks.] harry of six, ar. anil gu. ; on a chiefaz. 
three catharine-wheels or. 

Laxton, [\orks.] gu. a chtv. betw. three hedgehogs ar. 

Laxton, paly of si.\, ar. and sa. ; on a chief gu. a lion 
pass, guard, or. — Crest, out of a tower j)))r. a demi 
griffin or. 

Lay, or Ley, gu. on a chief ar. three bezants. — Crest, an 
escallop or, charged with a saltier gu. all betw. two 
wings of the first. 

Layard, [St. George's, Westminster, as entered in the 
Coll. of Arms London, 17/0] qnarlerly; first and 
fourth, tu. a chev. or, in chief two mullets of six points 
of the hist, the edgts is^uillg rays, pietccd of the lield, 
in base a crescent ar.; ou a chiefaz. three mullets as 

- before, for Layard; seeond, cu. a cross or, in the dexter 
chief quaiter a lion ramp, supportiug an anchor, cabled, 
all or, for Groze, ancienlly Croissi/ ; third, vert, ihree 
(iovfs, volunt, ar. for Balaire.—Crcsi, out of a ducal 
coronet or, a mullet, as in the arms. Motto, Jiiiautt 
Deo. 

Layard, gu. t^o bars erm. ; on a canton sa. a millriud ar. 

Laykourne. The same as LeyborNE; 

Laycock. See Lacock. 

Layer, [Norwich] qnarlerly; f.rst anri fourth, per pale, 
ar. and sa. a uniiorn, current, betw. three cross cross- 
lets, all countcn hanoed ; second and third, ar. on a 
bend gu. three catharine-whetis or. — Crest, a unicorn's 
head, erased, ar. . , 

Layer, [j'ssex; Cringleford and Norwich, Norf. ; and 
15ooton, Siift'.] per pale, ar. and sa. a unieorn, current, 
betw. three cross crosslets, all counten haiit;ed. 

■'■ayer. The same arms. — Crejt, a mnlltl of six points, 
gu. 

^'J'^'', [Korf.] per pale, ar. and sa. a unicorn pass, 
counttrcha U'^ed, and one cross crosslet of the lirst. 

"^yr, [Cringleford, Norf.] per pale, ar. and sa. a uni- 
corn, current, betw. three crosses botonnee, all counter- 
changed. 

'-AY FIELD, lArchdeacon of Essex. Conjir/ned IdiiS] or. 



LEA 

on a chcv. betw. three demi lion.s, gu. as many trtfoiU, 
slipped, of the field. 

Laiijicld. The same arms. — Crest, a hull's head, ca- 
bobsed. 

Layfokd, or Layfouth, ar. a bend engr. cottised gu. 

LAYFoitTH, ar. a hind engr. gu. double cottised of the 
same. 

Lavland, ar. three slaves, raguly, sa. (lammant at the 
to|), ppr. — Crest, on a terrestrial globe, a ship sailiug, 
p|>r. 

Laytand, ar. a bend gu. coUiscd sa. 

L.iY.MAN, per chcv. gu. and ar. three annulets, counter- 
changed. — Crest, a demi bull ramp. ppr. 

Layman, per chev. ar and gu. in chief three annulets of the 
last. 

LAiifinan, ar. on a fesse gu. three annulets or. :.■ 

\^\\ NG, [I'ledliouse, Scotland] quarterly ; first and fourth, 
ar. tlirce piles, in potiil, sa. ; second and thiid, ar. a 
pale sa. 

L.WNNH, ar. three wool-cards sa. the back-parts out- 
ward. 

Lavsion, vert, three falcons or. 

Layto.n, [Delanitiyiie, Cuinh.] sa. on a bend ar. three 
escallops au. — Cre^t, a liou's head, erased, ar. gorged 
with a collar sa. changed with three bezants. 

Loytnn, [Line. ; Kirkl>\, Laton, .Saxay, and Weston, 
Yorks.] ar. a fcsse belw. six cross crosslets litchee sa.- — 
Cre.vt, out of a mural coronet, two wiugs expanded ar. 
each charged with a cross crosslet filchee sa. 

Layton, [Scmiers.] ar. a lesse az. in chief a cross crosslet 
sa. . 

Layton, [Yorks.] gu. a chev. betw. three crosses form^e 
or. • . : . 

Layton, ar. on a fesse hctw. six cross crosslets sa, three 
ciiiqiieioils of the field. 

LMytun, ar. on a fesse belw. three cross crosslets fitchdesa. 
a linquefoil or. -. 

iMyton, sa. two bars or, on a bend ar. three escallops gu. 

Lnylun, or Laton, ur. on a bend gu. three escallops of the 
field. 

Layton, or Laton, or, a cross gu. 

Luylnii, or lyitin, gu. a cross pattee or, on a beud az. three 
Picins-dehs of Ihe second. 

Linton, or Ij;ighton, gu. on a bend ar. three escallops of 
the field. 

Layton, ar. a ram sa. armed or. 

Layworth, [Oxon] vair, ou a saltier gu. five fleurs-de- 
lis or. — Crest, a lapwing ppr. laying his talon ou a fleur- 
de-lis. 

Lazarus, [Flanders] az. four spears in bend, carnished 
with pennoncels dexteiwajs, counlerly surmounted of a 
like nundier, ar. 

Lazunis, [England] gu. three escallops, in fesse, ar. — Crest, 
a hand, holdin;r a drauon's heati, erased, vert. 

Lea, or Lek, [liutks.] ar. a fesse gu. betw. three leo- 
pards' heads az. 

Lfa, [Coriiw.] ar. three pine-trees p|)r . 

Lea, or Ltc, [Cumb.] az. two bars ar. a bend gobony of 
the last anil gu. 

Leii, [Lea, i.anc] sa. three bars ar. 

Lea, [Salop] vert, a fes.-ie flory counterfiorv or. 

Lea, [L<'a] ar. a chev. betw. three leopard-s' heads sa. 

Lea, a lion ramp, guard. ar.-^Crtst, a stag's bead, erased. 



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Ltai ar. a fessc bctvv. three leopards' liea;is sa. 

Lea, ar. on a cross en. live leo))ards' heads or. 

Lea, ar. a fcsse gu. helw. tliroe If opards" heads sa. 

Lea, or Ley, ar. a fcsse, sa. three leopards' heads, in chief, 

■ of the second. 

Lea, ar.,a fttsse betw. three crosslets sa. 

Lea, sa. (Another, az.) ou a fesse, toltised, or, three Jeo- 
pards' lieads gii. 

'Lea, ar. a thcv. ermines betw. three crescents of the same. 

Lea. See Lee. 

Lea DE, [Chester] ar. a bend, niasculy, gu. 

Leach, [Devons.] erm. on a chief sa. tlirtc crowns or. 

Leach, [Coruw.J erm. on a chief indented, gn. three ducal 
coronetsor. — Crest, a hand, couped at the wrist, grasping 
a snake. 

Leach, or Lcache. The same arms. — Crest, out of a ducal 
coronet or, a lion's gainb holding a cross crosslet fitchcc 
sa. 

Leachk, [Crediton, Devons.] The same arms. 

• Lkachvf.ake, cu. a s;tllier ar. a crescent for dilf. 
Leadbittek, [Deptfoid, near Sundeiland, Durham] gu. 

on a chev. ar. three crosses pattee sa. betw. as many 
plates. — Crest, out of a mural coronet gu. a demi 
unicorn, erminois, erased of the first, armed and criued 
or. (See PI. of Arms.) 

Leader. See Leber. 

• Leahy, [Ireland] — Crest, a derai Savage, holding over 

the shoulder a club, ppr. 

Leake, [Thorpsoken, Essex ; and Mile End, Midd. 
Garter King of Arms, oh. 1773] quarterly; first and 
fourth, or, on a saltier engr. az. eitjht annulets ar. on a 
canton gu. a castle, triple-towered, of the third, for 
Leake ; second and third, paly of six, or and az. ; on a 
chief gu. three merlins of the first, for Martin. — Crest, 
a ship gun-carriage, ou it a piece of ordnance mounted, 
. . all ppr, 

Leake, [Bedington, Surrey ; and Thorp Hall, Essex] The 
. same. 

Leake, [London] or, on a saltier engr. az. nine annulets 
ar. ; on a canton gu. a castle of the third. — Crest, a 
cannon, mounted on a carriage, all ])pr. 

Leake, [Notts. ; Derb. ; and Yorks.] ar. on a saltier engr. 
sa. nine annulets or. 

Leake, sa, a bend betw. three crosses botonnee fitchee ar. 

Leake. See Leke. 

Leaky, [Ireland] ar. a fesse vert, betw. three water- 
boHgets gn. — Crest, a horse-shoe ppr. 
. Leal, Leale, or Leali.e, gu. six crescents ar. three, two, 
and one, a bend gobonated, or and az. — Crest, out of a 
ducal coronet a sceptre, entwined with a serpent, betw. 
two wings, all ppr. 

Leale, [Kent] The same arms. 

Lealle, gu. six crescents ar. three, two, and one. 

Lealle, or Leall, [Kent] gu. a bend or, betw. six crescents, 
ar, 

Lealle, gu. a bend or, betw. six annulets ar. 

Lear, [Devons.] az. a fesse, raguly, betw. three unicorns' 
heads, erased, or. 

Lear, [London] az. a fesse, doubleenihattled, betw. three 
unicorns' lieads, erased, or. 

Lear. The same arms. — Crest, two hands, issuin^g fioni 
clouds, gra,iping the trunk of au oak-tree, ppr. 

Leardlaw, a?, three muscles or. 

LEAnMONTH, [Balcoroy, Scotland] or, on a chev. sa. 



three mascles of the first. — Crest, a rose, slipped, gu. 
Motto, Spcio. 
Learinuvth, [Daisy ami EbScinirnt, Scotland] The same 
arms, chartjcd with a rose. 

Learmouth, John, Esq. [E<!iiibur::h] quarterly; first 
aud fourth, or, on a chev. sa. three lozenges of the field ; 
second and third, az. on a bend ar. three roses ... — 
Crest, a dove and oli\e-branch, ))pr. Motto, Dum 
spiro, spcro. (See PI. of Arms.) 

Eeary, [Ireliiiid] vert, a cross patance ar.— Crest, a 
dexter haiai, ppr. holding an oak- branch vtrt, aiomtvl 
or. 

Leash, [Scothuni] sa. on a fesse betw. three mullets ir. 
chief, and as in.ii.y uip.scles in base, ar. a cross cioaslct 
fitchee ^ti. — Crest, a iiemi lii«n ramp. gu. holdiiij in the 
ilexter paw a tliistlc, jpr. and iu the sinister a tleur-de-lis 
or. 

Leask, [of that Ilk] sa. a fesse betw. three nuillcts, in 
chief, and ;is many mascles, in base, ar. — Crest, a cres- 
cent ar. Motto, Virtiite cresco. 

Leatham, — Crest, a dexter am), armed, wielding a«ci- 
mitar. JNIotto, Muinteiit le droit. 

Leather, or Letherland, ar. on a bend cottised, 
three mullets or. 

Leaton, George Thomas, Esq. [Whickhani, Durham] 
quarterly; first, ar. a fesse betw. six cross cros?!ets 
fitchee sa. for Leaton; second, sa. three swords, pale- 
ways, in fesse, the exterior ones, points downward, ar. 
for liaicUn : third, az. on a chev. or, three catharine- 
wlieels of the firtl, for Coulter ; fourth, gu. a fesse betw. 
three garbs or, for IJlenkinsopii; impaling quarterly, first 
and fourth, ar. a chev. betw. three stags' heads, erused, sa. 
for Collingwood; s-econd, az. an aim and sleeve holding 
in the hand a baton or, for Cteunell ; third, ar. on a 
clii-v. or, three escallops sa. in chief a lion pass, of the 
second, for Coinjorth.- — Crest, a lion ramp. or. (Ano- 
ther crest, out of a mural crown ppr. two eagles' «ings, 
expanded, ar. each charged with a cross crosslet fitchee 
sa. Motto, Dieu defend Ic droit. (See PI. of Arms) 

Leatt, [London. Granted 1'3 Dec. )U16] ar. on a fesse 
gu. betw. three cre.'icents sa. from each tiames of fire 
ppr. a lion jiass. or. — Crest, on a mural crown or, a 
fire-bcacoii aa. «ith fire ppr. botvv. two wings az. 

Leaver, or Lever, ar. two bemis engr. gu.— Crest, an 
arm, embowed, lioldinj a club pjir. 

Leaver, or Lecer, .>a. three boars' heads, couped, or. 

Leaves, [Kensinstou, Midd.] or, two pheous, in chief, 
gu. in ba.se a. garb vert, a chief dovetailed az. 

Leband, [Essex] nu. ihree keys or. 

Lebaret, [France] ar. three rnstres az. 

Le Barrii, or, a saltier botonnee az. — Crest, a mullet 
ppr. 

Le Baytly ue Valence, [Frcnce] az. two gyfons, 
placed cliercronways, or; ou a chief of the last, three 
ducal crowns gu. 

Le Blanc, [Charterhouse Square, Midd.; and Rouen, 
Normandy, Granted J 7-53] az. a chev. betw. three 
cinqiiefoils or ; on a chief of the second, an ea::le displ. 
sa. (lucally Clowned of the last. — Crest, an eagle displ, 
sa. duially ciowiied or, charged on the breast with a 
cinqnefoil of the last.- Motto, Suns (ache. 

Leblount, [Warw.] gu. a fesse betw. six martlets or. 

Leenefe, [Cueks.] gu. three lions pass.ar. 
! Le Bor.', ar. a chev. betwi three quatrcfoils, slipped, gu. 



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LED ., 

Crest, out of a dutal < oroiiet or, a pluiin; of o^tri(•l^lt 

fcftlhers jipr. Motlo, Coiijido. 
I.B )?nETT, i:"- a lion pass. guarJ. of". 
l.tUKloN, [Kiiit] az. a fir-<io-nioline ar. 
I.i; Carkant, [Wilts.] ar. three hurts, each cbaiged with 

as many clffv. gu. 
Lecawei.L, ar. three sails of ships cu. — Crest, a unicorn 

or. horned gii. 
LecF-STEK, az. a fcssc gu. fretty or, within a hordure 

«r. 
LUCIIK, [Rdensore, Derb. ; and Chester, Soiners.] erm. on 

acha-fiii'leiitcd, en. three flucal coronets or. — Crest, out 

of a ducal coronet or, an arm, erect, ppr. grasjjinu; a 

snake, en\ ironed roun'j the arm, vert. 
ixchc. The same arm.'. — Crest, two lions' gambs, erased, 

sa. holding up a crescent ar. 
I.KCHKCHE, cheqiiy, ar. and az. two bars gu. 
/.liCllFOun, [Sheiv.ood, Surrey] sa. a chev. betw. three 

leopards' heads ar. — Crest, a leopard's head, per pale, 

ar. and sa. betw. two wings, expanded, counlerchanct'd. 
Lf.chingham, [lieds.; and Wendover, Bucks.] sa. three 

boars' heads, within a bordure cngr. ar. 
Lcchiiiyhani, sa. three boars' heads, couped, vithiii a bor- 

<lure engr. ar. — Crest, a lam's head, eabossed, or. 
LSCHMKKE, Bart. [Rhyd, Wore. 10 Dec. 1818] fu. a 

fessc or, in chief two j>elicans, vulning themselves, of the 

last. — Crest, a pelican az. vulning herself jipr. Alotlo, 

Ducil amor patiia. 
I '■.chmere, [Staidiope's Court, Heref. ; Midd. ; and Lech- 
mere's Place, Wore] The same arms and crest. 
/^chiiiere, [Wore] The same arms, in chief an annulet 

ford iff. 
I.ECKENNi'ELD, ar. a bull's head, couped at the neck, sa. 

horned or, within a bordure engr. of the second. 
Lkckerie, [of tiiat Ilk] gu. a chev. betw. three roses or. 
f.KCKIE, [Scotland] ar. a chev. betw. tliree roses uu. — 

Crest, an anchor, in pale, the rope v.aved round, both 

ppr. Motto, Dcus gnbcniat navem. 
l-tCKY, or Leckic, [England] gu. three crescents ar.— 

Crest, an arm, embowcd, holding a club, ppr. 
J^''kii, [Ireland] ar. five niascies, in cross, iiiterhiccd, ou. 

the seconil and fourth fesseways. — CresI, a fawn, dip- I 

|)aiit, p|)r. j 

/•'•tAi/, [ol' thai Ilk] ar. a chev. betw. three roses gu. 
f-<r/iif^ [Scotland] ar. on a fesse vert, three roses of the 

first. 
f-K CoKP, [France] or, a bugle-horn, stringed, az. ] 

'-KCTON, [Wilborne, Line] ar. on a bend, cottised, gu. i 

three cinquefoils or. j 

I^ctoii. The same arms. — Crest, a Savage's head, couped I 

at the shoulders, aflVont^e, ppr. wreathed round the 

temples ^u. and or. 
Lpi»1!R()(jke, iiz. a chev. or. 

l-KliDi s, ar. a fesse gu. belw. three eagles displ. sa. 
l-KDENRV, [Dcvons.] az. three battle-axes or. 
'•KHER, or Leader, [Great Stoughion, Hunts.] ar. on a 

fesse sa. betw. three ogresses, each charged with an 

•"•Ccdiop of ihf. field, a lion's head, erased, betw. two 

boar.s' heads, couped, or, within a bordure cngr. az. 
''■rfer, or Leader. The same arms — Crest, a dexter 

";>yd, holding a sheaf of arrows, jtjir. 
l^diT, or, on a fesse sa. betw. three ]>e!kts, each charged 

*ulh an escallop ar. a lion's head, erased, belw. two 

boars' heads, cou})cd, of the first, all within n bordure ! 



L i: E 

cngr. Rr.— t;r< s», a cubit arm, habited bendy sinister of 

six, gu. and »ert, holding in the hand ppr. a bunch of 

leaves of (he second. 
Ledesham, or Ledsiiam, quarterly, sa. aad ar. four 

leopar<ls' heads, conntcrchanged. 
Le Despencer, quarterly, ar. and gu. on the second 

and third a iitX or, o\cr all a bend sa. — Crest, a grithn'g 

head p|)r. 
Ledep, f lira vbroke, N. amp.] ar. a fesse, dancettee, betw. 

six cross < rosslels gu. 
Leilet, [West Wnrdon, N.Sini)). Temp. King John'] or, a. 

bend within a bordure gu. Iiezant#e. 
Ledger, per saltier, or and gu. three palets coutiter- 

chaMge<l.. — Cri'sr, an escarbuncle az. 
Ledred, [Somirs.] ar. a chev. betw. three talbots" head*, 

era.sed, gu. 
Lejjs AM, —Crest, a bull's head, erased, or. 
Ledsiiam. See Ledesham. 
Lee, Viscount DILLON. .See Dillon Lee. 
Lee, Hart. [Ilartwell, Rucks. IG Avg. KiGO] az. two bars' 

or, a bend chequy of the last and gu. — Crcsl, a bear 

pass. sa. muzzled, collared, and chained ar. Motto, Ve- 

nim atijue df:ceiis. 
Lee, [Bucks.] -ar. a fesse az. betw. three unicorns' hca.i«, 

erased, sa. charged with as many lilies or. 
Lee, [Bu(ks.] ar. a Asse betw. three leojiaids' heads sa. 
Lee, [Biuks.; and Stamford, Line] az. ( Another, yert,) 

on a fesse, cottised, or, three leopards" heads, cabosseiJ, 

Lee, [Ditchley and Qnarcndon, Bucks.; and Ches.j ar. a 

fesse betw. three crescents sa. — Crest, an eagle ppr. 

l)reying on a bird's leg, er.Tsed, az. 
J^c, [C/arcjicictix Kint/ of Arms, Teirip. 2nd Eli:.] The 

same arnrs, with a Heur-de-lis gu. for ditf. 
ice, [Lea, dies.] ar. a fesse gn. bclw. three If oj>ar(^8' 

heads sa. 
Lee, [I-cc, Cl'.fs.] ar. a chev. cngr. betw. three leopards' 

heads sa. 
Lee, [Bagley, Ches.] az. three niascies or. 
I^e, or Lea, [dies, and Leie] ar. a fleur-dc-li.s sa. 
Lee, or Zen, alias Kenipt/iorne, [Cornw. and Wilts.] ar. 

a chev. bctv. ihiee bears' hca<ls, couped, sa. — Crest, a 

lion sejant, or. 
Lee, [Dcvons. and London] ar. a fesse counter-conipon^c, 

az. and or, betw. six billets sa.all within a bordure engr. 

gu- 
7.re, [Fishbnrn, Dnrhrim] or, a chev. chequy, of the first 

and az. a crescent for dil}'. 
Lee, [LIt'ord, De\'ons. Granted 17S9] gu. two bars or, 

over all a bend engr. vair, in chief au eagle disjil. of the 

seconil. — Crest, a bear, sejant, ppr. muzzled ami chained 

or. 
Lee, [Plaistow, ]''sscx ; and Katclifle, Leie] az. two bars 

ar. over all a bend gu. — Crest, an arm, embowcri, habited 

gu. culf ar. holding in the hand ppr. a sword, erect, of 

the second, hilt or, on the blade a snake, entwined, 

vert. 
Lee, [Coldrey, Hants.] or, on a chief, embattled, sa. three 

bezants. — Crest, on a mount vert, a bear pass. ppr. 

muzzled and chained ai. 
/>'e, [Heref.] ar. on a cross gu. five leopards' beads of 

the field. 
Lre, or Xeo, [St. Julian's and Sopevall, Herts.] i>or chev. 

or and gu. in chief two lion."!, combatant, sa. armed and 

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LEE 



LEE 



langued of the secouil. — Cicsf, a dexter arm, einbowtd, 
iu arnidur, lioldiiip; a svord ar. hilt and poincl or, (Voiii 
the l)lailL' ilaiiii-s of fire, issiiiiif;, ppr. 
Xee, [Herts.] ar. on a cross gii. five wolves' heads, erased, 

of the field. 
Lee, [LeeMagiia, Kesit ; and Noiivell, Notts] az. on a 
fcsse h<t\v. two fillets or, lliree h'Oi)ar(ls' heads gu.- — 
Crest, a deiiii Moor ppr. \ested i:u. riniiiied round the 
collar with two bars or, tied round the waist with a rih- 
hon nr. wreathed alioiit the iiead of the last and second, 
holding in tlie dexti r linnil a <;eiii-rinir of the third. 
Lcc, [Lord .^lajor of London, 1400 an I llGi)] The same 

arms and ciest. 
Lee, ■[Earl of Liehfield ; cri(/inal «(j«s] ar. a ehcv. betw. 

three leopaids' faces sa. 
Lee, [Earl of Lichfield] ar. a fesse hetw. three crescents 

sa. 
Lee, [Stamfonl, Line] az. on a (esse, cottised, or, three 
leo|)artls' heads gu. all within a bordure gobony, erm. 
and sa. 
Lee, [Isle of Wight] ar. oa a chcv. embattled on the upper 

part sa. tlirce bezants. 
Lee, [Lord Mayor of London, 14G1] ar. on a fesse, cottised, 

sa. three leopards' heads or. 
Lee, [Lord Mayor of London, 1568] ar. on a cross engt. 

betw. three wivenis' heads, erased, gu. five bezants. 
Lee, or Lcigli, [Lord Mayorof London, 1602; and Bilsley, 
Warw. Giriiiled 20 JDic. 1593] ar. a fesse sa. in chief 
two jiellets, in base a martlet of the second. — Crest, a 
talbot's head ar. collared az. to the collar a ring and 
line, nowed, of the last. 
Lee, [London; descended from Ches. Conjirmed 'lb Oct. 
1683] ar. on a chev. engr. betw. three leopards' faces 
sa. a crescent or. 
Lee, [.Midd. Granted 1592] pu. three chcvcronels or. — 
Crest, a cock ar. combed and wattled or, beaked and 
legged gu. 
Lee, or Lciyh, [Southwell, Nott.s.] gu. on a fesse, cottised, 

or, three leopards' heads of the first. 
Lcc, [Oxoii] ar. a fesse sa. in chief two crescents, in base 

a leopard's head of the second. 
Zee, [of the North] The same. 

Lee, [Cotton and Lanclty, Salop] gu. a fesse componee, 
or and az. betw. eight l)illels ar. — Crest, on a staft ra- 
guly, a squirrel cracking a nut; from the dexter end of 
the staff, an onk-branch, fructed, all ppr. 
Le.c, [Langley, S<dop] gu. a fesse, counter-corn ()on6e, or 
and ar. httw. thirteen billets, seven in chief, and six in 
base, of the last. 
Zee, [Langley, Salop] ar. a chev. betw. three leopards' 

heads sa. 
Zee, [Surrey] gui a cross ar. in the first quarter a lozenge 

of the second. 
Lee, [Fitchworth, Suss.] az. a lion ramp, guard, ar.— 

Crest, a stag's head, erased, or. 
Lee, [Lee, Suss.] az. a lion ramp, guard, or, tail forked. 
Lee, or Liu, [Wilts.] or, on a chief, embattled, sa. three 

plates. 
Ij^c, [Yorks.] sa. three crowns or. 

Zfc, or Z('»/, ar. on a fesse az. betw. three unicorns' heads, 

erased, sa. as many columbines or. — Crest, a falcon or, 

wings, close, gu. preying on an eagle's leg, lying fesse- 

ways, az. 

Lcc, ar. a cfioss betw. four fleurs-de-lis sa. — Crest, out of 



a ducal coronet, .-x ram's head, issuinir, in the nioulh a 
branch. 

/.T, or, on a (hev. sa. three lions ramp. ar. 

Lcc, «z. two bars ar. a bi nd gu. within a boidure, gobo- 
iiated, of tlie second and third. 

Zee, az. a cross engr. or, in the dexter qua iter a ujasclc of . 
the second. 

Lcc, ar. a chev. betw. three cnsi-eiits sa. 

Lee, gu. a fesse, coiinter-componte, or and az. betw. four- 
teen billets ar. 

Lee, or Lea, percjiev. or and gu. in chief two lions ramp, 
combatant, of the second. 

Lcc, sa. a liou pass. ar. crowned or. 

Lev, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three leojiuids' heads sa. (Ano- 
ther, witliin a bordure engr. az.) 

Lee, ar. on a fesse az. betw, three unicorns' heads, erased, 
sa. as many Ieo))ards' heads or. 

Lee, ar. a sllhe, handled sa. the blade upwards. 

Zee, gu. a fesse chequy, or and az. betw. eight billets ar. 

Lee, ar. three lozenges, Ivins; fesssewavs, sa. 

Leech, [Nestaling, Scotland] ar. a fesse fusily sa. ■. 

Leech, [Scotland] ar. a fesse wavy sa. 

L<'cch, or Leeche, [l^naland] erm. on a chief indented gu; 
three duc.il crowns or. — Crest, on a glove, a hawk ppr. 

Lkf.cuk, [Nantwich.Ches. ; an<l Kent] erm. on a chief 
indented gm an aunnlrt ar. betw. two crowns or. 

Lef,chi-oud, sa. a chev. ar. belvi. three le<ipards' heads 
of the second. 

Leechford, ermines, a chev. betw. three leopards' heads 
ar. 

LEEC^^!.4N, nr Li;kshman, [Scotland] gn. three j)eli- 
caos ar. — Crest, a pelican ppr. Motto, Indiistrice.Tnu- 
nvs. ' , - . ■' 

Lkede.s, nr Lf.isds, [Berks.; Croxton, Cambr.; Molscroft, 
Line. ; Lincoln's Inn, Midd. ; and North Miiford, Yorks.] 
ar. a fesse gu. betw. three eagles displ. sa. — Crest, on a 
staff raguly vert, a cockatrice, with wings endorsed, or, 
combed and wattled gu. 

Lecdcs, [Yorks ] ar. a Asse betw. three ca:;les displ. c;u. 

Leeds, Bart. [Cioxton Park, Canii.;. 31 Dec. 1812] ar. 
a fesse gu. betw. tliree eagles di.'ipl. sa. a bordure wavy 
of the stcoii !. — Crest, a stiiff raeuly, fi-sscways, vert, 
thereon a cock gu. wings expanded, combed , wattled, 
beaked, and lecged of the smie, debrnised by a bendlet 
wavy sinister erm. Motto, Virjilale. 

Leeds, [Kent, anil Leeds, Yorks] ar. a fesse cu. betw. 
three eagles displ. sa. armed of the secoml. 

Leeds, ar. a fesse sa. betw. three caLiles displ. s'l- 

Leek, ar. on a saltier engr. sa. nine annuhts of the first. 
— Crest, a demi lion guard, holdins: a fieur-de lis. 

Leeke, [Leic] per pale, gu. and sa. a lion ramp. ar. 

Lccke, [Ekimoiiton, Midd.] or, on a saltier sa. five annulets 
of the field. — Crest, a leg, coujied at the thigh, ar. 
gartered below the knee az. 

Lec/ce, [Gray's Inn, Midd.; descended out of Salop. IJer. 
Off. C. 24.] nr. a chief gu. o\cr all a bend engr. az. 

Leeke, [Newark en Trent, Notts.] ar. on a saltier cn<rr. 
sa. nine annulets or. — Crest, a peacock's tail erect, the 
|)lume displ. ppr. supported by two eagles, with wings 
expanded, ar. 

Leeks, gu. two bars or, betw. si.\ martlets . . . — Crest, .n 
free ppr. 

Leekv, [Ireland] .., a chrv. betw. three mullets ... — 
Crest, a dexter band holding a dagger^ ppr. 



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1 1 iME, [Temp. Edw. JI.] or, a saltier e'ngr. vert. 

ins, iiurt- [>>l^tkroi.k, Dublin, 30 June, lii04] az, a 
ffvie clii-qiiv, or and sa. bclw. tlin:^ billrts ar. and six 
vross irosslcls titclite of the sctoml. — Cicst, a cubit arm, 
tri'tt, |']>r. giaspiiig a crtsrctit or. Motto, Hxjrii. 

l/-ft, l.'^.otl.iii'l] gii.a IcssL- liifcjiiy, ar. and sa. bctw. nine 
bilUt.s, llirtc, two, thitp, and one, of the secouil. 

l.i'.KSii.MAN. See Leechman. 

LfnsoN, Earl olMH.TONVN, Viscount Russborousli, and 
|?aron liiis.sboroii;;h of Uiissborouuh, \Nic.Lli)vv, Irel.ind. 
{(.'no I ions, IJaron, o ,l/«i/, 17-1() ; Vise. U Scjit. 17 ;0; 
Karl, 10 Maif, 1703] gii. a cbicf ar. on the lower part 
A cloud, tlic ra>s of the sun issuing tlierelroni, ppr. — 
Crest, a denii lion ramp. gu. holding betw. the pa«s a 
suu or. Snpporleis, deMcr, a hunter ppi.; sinister, a 
gie> hound <ir. Motto, Clarior c teticbi is. 

Lj-uon, [\\ bitfield, N.ainp.] cu. rajs or, issiiing from a 
chief nebulee ar. 

Lfrsoii, [N.anip.] ar. a cross sa. guttee d'or. 

).KKT, [Evoisdcn and Kingston, Canibr.; Southoo, Hunts>; 
and Suf}'. Jler. Off. H. 11] ar. a fesse gu. betvv. two 
rolls of matches sa. kindled ppr. — ^Crest, on a ducal co- 
ronet, an antique lump or, fire ppr. 

I.EETE, [liiuv St. Edmunds, Suft'.] ar. en a fes.se gu. Letw. 
two nuitches kindled p|ir. a martlet or. 

Jyeele, ar. on a fesse gw. bctw. two rolls of matches sa. 
fired j)|)r. a martlet of the field.- — Crest, a dcmi bull, 
issuing gu. goiged with a chaplet of laurel vert. 

Leeth, ar. on a bend betw. three fleurs-de-lis az. as many 
mullets or, within a boidiue wavy gu.^ — Crest, adeini 
priliiii, scgieant, gii. uiiiged az. charged on the body 
with two (Icurs-dc-lis or. 

Leeves, [Tortington, Suss. Granted 1733] gu. a fesse, 
daucetlec, erminois, betw . three garbs or.— Crest, on a 
woiiut vert, a swan ar. wings elevated, ducally crowned 
or, gorged with a diual coronet, thereto a chain, rctlexed 
over the back, of the last, charged on the breast witli 
three jielltts, two and one, beaked and memhered sa. 

Lf.evs, sa. on a cliev. or, betw. three lilies, two silbes, 
blades crossing each other at the points, ar. 

Lefevi:k, or Lefkvke, az. a pile eim. betw. tlircecinque- 
foils or. — Crest, tlie trunk of a tree, coupe<l and eraiii- 
cated, in fesse, betw. the brunches a fleui-de-lis. 

Lefevre, [Ste).ney-Grecn, Midd.] per pale, az. and gu. 
a chcv. betw. three trefoils, one and two, in chief, aud an 
orb and cross in base, oi. — Crest, a trefoil or. 

Lefevre, [Stejiney, Midd.] sa. a cbev. betw. three trefoils 
in chief, and an oib and cross in base, all or. — Crest, a 
trefoil or. 

Lrfcvre, [Southampton] ar. two bars gu. in chief three 
ciu(|uefoils sa. — Crest, a lion, couchant, tail extended, 

• or. 

Lefevre, az. a flenr-de-lis, and in base a mullet, or. 

Lefevre, Shaw, [Hecklitld, Hants.] sa. a chev. ar. in 
chief two trefoil.-;, slipped, and in base, a niouud, eiibigned 
with a cross pattee or. — Crest, six arrows, interlaced, 
in saltier, ppr. points downward, fretting an anuulet or. 

Lefitz, vulr, on a chief gu. two mullets ar. 

Lb Fleming, Bart. See Fleming, Bart. 

J-BFOLLV, sa. a cross moline ar. 

Lepounder, or, a chev. gu. within a bordure sa. 

'-EFKOY, vert, fully ar. in the centre a crescent of the 
'3st ; on a chief of the second, a cup bct.v. two wiverns 
»frt — Crest, a grejhouiid's head, erased, ar. 



LEG 

Lui TW'icil, [Salop] ar. on a fe.-^so cngf. az. th.ree garbs 

or. 
Leg, or Legg, gu. a cross engr. nr. a bordure of the last. 

— Crest, a fo'iiilaiii of three raisings, plajing, pjir. 
Legaiiu, Bart. [(i:int(in, Vorks. 29 Dec. l(J(iO] ar. on a 
bend bv tiv. six iiiullrls, pieiveii, ^u. a cross pattee or. — 
Crest, a grL-ybouiu! or, gorged ami collared gu. charged 
with three liezanls. Motlo, Per crueeiii ad Stellas. 
Lcgtnd, [Lcic. and Vorks.] ar. on a bend betw. six mullet) 
gu. a cross |)-.ittee of the field. — Crest, as the last. 
[Leg AT, [Ei!ud)Ui;;li] ar. a cross CaKary on three degrees 
{ gu. — Cres!, a cbenib's head ppr. iMotto, Jesus hcrmi- 
I nmn snlriilor. 



\Lcpat, [Essex, Kent, and Norf] en 
r Crest, tuo lions" ganibs, erect, g 



a lion ramp. gu. — 
supporting a mitre 



ILerjal, or Legel/ic, [N'orf.] ar. on a saltier eugr. az. an 
5 escallop or. 
[Legal, erm. a lion pass. gu. 

. Ekgatt, [Hornehurch, Essex] per chev. engr. sa. and ar. 
l' three gieyhounds" heads, erased, and counterchanged, 
1 collared gu. 

I Legait. The san»c arms. — Crest, a sea-lion, sejant, ar. 
1 Li'G BORNE, [Line] sa. two lions' ganibs, erased, in sal- 
I tier, ar. 

■ Leyborne, or Leiijlihornc, sa. two lions' ganibs, erased, in 
saltier, erm. ' 

Legcroft, ar. a saltier erni. over all a cross gu. 
LlGEAKD, [Yorks.] lozengy, or ami az. a chev. gu. 
Lege.M, az. a fesse engr. or, betw. three womens' heads, 

coupcd, ciiiied of the second. 
Legenue, ar. three lions ramp. sa. 

Leg Ell, per fesse, or and az. thiee lions' Leads, erased, 
counterchanged. — Crest, a phcon, with a piece of the 
sliaft sticking therein. 
Lrger, erm. a lion pass. gu. 
Legethe. See Leg at. 
Legett, erm. a lion ramp, gu.— Crest, two lions' paws 

snp|)0rting the royal crown, all ppr. 
Legg, [London] barry wavy of ten, or and az. three lof- 

teauxes, as many fleurs-de-lis gii. > 

Legg, gu. a cross engr. within a bordure ar. , 

Lrgg, ar. t«o bars az. over all a bend cheqny, gu. and of 

the (iist. ( Auuthrr, OT and gu.) 
Legg. See Leg. 

Leggat, or Lkggatf, [England] per cross, ar. and or, 
a saltier gu. — Crest, an aim from the elbow, vested, 
counter-compi.nee, gu. and or, holding a inillrmd. 
Leggatt, [Seolland] The same as Lhgat, Edinburgh', 
Legge, Eail and Baron of D.'VKTMOUTIl, discount 
Liwisluim. [Creations, Baron, '2 Dec. 1682; Vise, -and 
Earl, j Sejit. 1711. liesideucrs, Sandwell, Stall's.; and 
Woodsonie, Vorks. '/'own Iloiite, 12, Berkeley Square] 
az. a buck's head, cabossed, ar. — ^Crest, out of a ducat 
coronet or, a plniiie of five ostrich's feathers, three ar. 
t«o az. Sujipoiti rs, dexter, a lion ar. Scinee of lieur.v 
delis, sa. on the head a ducal coionet or, thereout five 
ostri< h's fiatlicrs, as the crest ; sinislei, a buck ar. scinee 
of mullets gu. Motto, Giivdit leiitamine virtus. 
Legge, B'lsuit, [Baron Stawell,] quaiterly ; lirst and fourth, 
az. a bucks head, cabossed, ar. ; second and third, az. 
a denii rose ar. on the dexter side impaled with a deuii 
poi/ifgranate, on tlie sinister, oi, leaved vert. — Crest, aa 
the last. Motto, En parole je tis. ,' . . . 



LEG 

l^99^> [Cambr.] ar. a cross jtatlcc lloiy sa, — Crest, a 

unicorn's licail, erased, ur. crintil, ainitd, aud ducallv 

gorged, or. 
I^'J9«. [Kent; and Chiiliestir, Suss.] Tlie same arms 

and iresl as llit Earl of Darlnioutli. 
I-fgyv, [Will^.j az. a Iju. k's head ar. an annidit or. 
Legget, [Soolland] az. on a bend ar. tlure liiin.an luarts 

gu. ; on a chief of llit second ns many ni.Trtl>l< sa. 
Leggey, az. a buck's head, rabossed and attired or; on 

acliicfar. five lozenges, all wiUdn a bordurc of the 

third. 
JLeggy, [Lord Mayor of London, 1347 and 1354] ar. 

a buck's head sa. ; on a eliief gu. three crosses flowered 

or. 
Legh, [Poolhs, Ches.] az. two barsar. a bend, ttobonated, 

or and gu. 
Legh, [Lyme, Clies.] gu. a pale iozcniry ar.— Crest, a cubit 

arm, erect, vested, paly of six, or and sa. cuflfed ar. 

graspinn; in llie hand )>))r. the top of a broken tilting 

spear of the third, point downwards. 
Legh, [Climb.] ar. a fe.sse sa. in chief three mullets of tlie 

second. 
Legh, [Devons. ; and Wells, Somers.] ar. on a chcv. gu. 

three martlets or; en a chief of the second, a culverin, 

dismounted, of the third. — Crest, a denii hound sa. 

holding: a stag's head ar. attired or. 
T^gh, [Staffs.] gu. a cross eugr. ar. in the dexter quarter 

a lozenge or. 
Legh, az. two bars or, over all a bend gu. — Crest, an arm, 

embowed, iu armour, holding a sword with a serpent 

entwined round it, all |ipr. 
Legh, gu. a cross eugr. within a bordure ar. — Crest, a 

cock gu. the head like a rain ar. attired or. 
Legh, ar. a bend sa. over <.ll three bars az. 
Legh, or Leigh, gu. on a cross engr. ar. betw. four lions' 

heads, erased, or, five hurts. 
Legh, or Leigh, erm. on a chev. sa. three bezants. 
Legh, az. tv,o bars ar. over all a bend componec, gu. and 

or. 
Legh, gu. a cross engr. ar. 
Legh, or, three lozenges az. 
Legham, or Leigham, [Berks.] sa. six fleurs-de-lis or, 

three, two, arid one. 
Legham, or Leigham. The same arms. — Crest, an arm, 

couprd at the shoulder, the part above the elbow in 

fesse, the hand erect, lioMina a bomb-sheil, fired, ppr. 
Leghorn, or Leigham, sa. six fleurs-de-lis ar. three, two, 

and one. 
Legham, or Leigham, gu. a swan ar. niernbercd or. 
Legide, az. three fleurs-de-lis or, over all a bcndlet gu. 
Legits, ar. on a saltier cnar. az. an escallop or. 
Legoos, [Cro.-twight, Norf.] quarterly, ar. and az, ; on 

a bend sa. three martlets or. 
Legot, or Lazor, [Lord iMayor of London, 1345] erm. 

a lion ramp. sa. 
Legrand, ar. a bend betw. four mullets gu. within a 

bordure, gobonatc<l, of the first and az. 
Le Grice, [Treriefe, Cornw.] quarterly, gu. and az. ; on a 
bend ar. three boars sa. — Crest, a boar pass. sa. collared 
or. 
Lk Gkos, quarterly, ar. and az. ; on a l>end gu. three 

martlets or. 
Legros, gu. a cross patonce vair. 
Legrosse, az. three lions ramp, or, a chief ar. — Crest, a 



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dexter arm, ehd'c.wed, ppr. vested gu. holding by llic 

blade a suord, j o rit downwards, az. hiked or. 
Legrosse, [Sufi.] quicterly, ar. aud az. ou u bend sa. three 

mullets or. 
Legkyle, [Hrockdi<b, Norf.] quarterly, gu. and az. 

( Anitlher, az. and or) on a bend ar. three boars sa. — 

Crest, a boar pass. sa. 
Legijari), ar. on a bend, betw. six mullets, gu, a cross 

pattee or. — Crest, a greyhound, statant, or, collared ami 

ringed gu. 
Lf.HOOP, or Lehdok, [London] sa. a chev. crni. betw. 

three bee-hives ppr. 
Lehoop, gu. three bee-hives bclw. nine bees, volant, or. — 

Crest, a lose ppr. 
Le IJunt, [Ireland] or, a chev. gu. pierced by a bcndlet 

sa. — Crest, a dcmi chevalier, brandishing a sword, ppr. 
Le Uunt, [England] vert, a saltier or. — Crest, out of a 

baron's coronet or, peails ar. a dexter hand holding a 

cutlas, all ppr. 
LEinoRNE, or, six lions ramp. sa. i. 

Leiborne, az. six lions ramp. ar. 
Leiborne, az. five lions ramp. ar. a canton erm. 
Leieourne, az. six lions ramp, or, a file of four points 

Leiboume, az. six lions ramp. ar. within a bordure or. 
Leicester, [Tabley, Ches. Created a Bart, 10 A:ig. 

1660] az. a i'esse betw. three fleurs-de-lis or. — Crest, a 
swan's head and neck, couped, ar. guttee dc sang. 

Motto, Tu Do7niiie gloria iiiea. 
Leicester. The same, within a bordure ar. 
Leicester, [Toft, Ches.] az. a fesse or, fretted gu. l>ctw. 

three fleurs-de-lis of the second. — Crest, a stag's head, 

per pale, or and gu. attired of the second, io the mo-.ith 

an acoru-bramh, vert, fructed of the first. 
Leicester, per pale, indented, ar. aud gu. 
Leicester, bendy, sa. aud or. 
Leicester, gu. a cinfjuefoil erm. 
Llich, [Scotland] ar. a fesse wavy ea. 
Leichstei.n-, [Uzzan, Scotland] ar. a lion pass:, gu. 
Leids, ar. a fesse gu. betw. three eagles, close, sa. — 

Crest, an eagle's head gu. betw. two winss or. 
Leifrs, paly of six, or aud gu. a fe«se az. ' 
Leigh, Bart. [Charlestown, South Carolina, 19 Sept. 

1772; since of Brownsover House, Warw.] or, a lion 

ranij). gu. — Crest, a cubit arm, erect, habited, grasjiing 

a tillins: spear, in fesse, all ppr. 
Leigh, Cart. [Whitley, Lane. 22 Mag, 1816] gu. a cross 

engr. ar. betw. four lozt-nces erm. — Crest, a demi liou 

ramp. gu. holding a lozensre erm. 
Leigh, [Baron Leigh, or/oinu/.47-/;(s] or, a lion ramp. eu. 

Crest, a cubit arm, erect, vested paly of six, or and sa. 

cufTar. holding iu the hand |ipi. a broken tilting spear 

of the third. 
Leigh, [Owtrington, Ches.; ami Salc>|>] The same arms 

and crest. 
Leigh, [Adlington and Swinehead, Che?.] ar. a lion lainii. 

gn- — Crest, a unicorn's head ar. conped :;u. crined and 

ainicd or. 
Leigh, or Lee, [Abingdon, Berks.; Leigh, Ches.; and 

Derb.] az. three ducal crowns or, within a bordure ar, 

— Crest, an armed arm, couped at the shoulder, or, 

scarf az. grasping a halbert ppr. 
I^igh, [West-Hall, in High-Leigh and Twcmlow, Ciies.T or, 

a lion rarap. gu, — Crest, a deuii lion ramp, guard, or. 



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JioliiiiiC'a banner, tiidiiig iu t«o pfiiiits, az. staff ppr. 
bfuJcti ar. on tlie chief part an c.rijt'licon or, contain- 
in'T llirtc to.its_of ariiis; fir»t, gu. y' pale lozciigj ar. lor 
Lymiitc : scconil, barry of four, i./. and nr. a btnil gu. 
for Liiijli : thini gu. a cross engr. ar. — Crest, a lion 
rarup. gu. for Leujh, alias ymley, of Noricy, Ches. ou 
the other part of the banner t^^o pales ar. riinbriateii or, 
healing the motto of the fanjiiy, Force avcc vertii, the 
wiifile of (he bdiiner adorned with scroll work of gold 
and silver. 

Ijtiali, [Clifton, Lyme, and Ri Ige, Ches.] gu. a cross engr. 
or. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a rani's head ar. 
attired of the first, in the iiioulh a laurel-s|>rig vert. 

Uiijlt, [Ches. ; Heighleigh ; Dublin. Cvrtijied in Ire- 
land, G Feb. 1677] ar. a lion ramp. gu. — Crest, a demi 
lion or, holding a sceptre of the last. 

I^igh, or Ltyc, [Ches. and Kent] ar. a cioss sa. in the 
de\ter quarter a tJcur-dc-lis of the second. 

l.eirjli, [Ches.] az. platee, three dneal crowns or. 

Lciyh, [Ches.] az. three bars or, over all a bend, gobo- 
nated, ar. and gu. 

Leifjh, [dies.] ar. a cross flowered sa. 

Lei'j/i, [Ches.] barryof six, az. and ar. a beud coniponee, 
of the last and gu. 

Lciijli, [Leigh, Conuv.] ar. a lion ramp. gu. in the dexter 
point an annulet of the last. 

Ijciyh, [Lsell, Cumb. ; and Yorks.] az.t\^'0 bars ar. a bend 
componee, or and gu. 

Lcifjh, [Climb.] erm. on a chev. sa. three plates. 

Leigh, or Lee, [Cumb.] erm. three bezants. 

Leigh, [Cumb. aud Lane] erm. on a chev. sa. three be- 
zants. 

Leigh, [Derb.] az. a plate, betw. three crowns or. 

Leigh, [Eggingtoii, Derb.] The same, within a bordure 
ar. — Crest, a unicorn's head ar. crined or, armed go- 
bony, gu. and gold. 

Leigh, [Devons.] ar. a lion ramp, gu.; on a sinister can- 
ton az. an escallop or. 

Leigh, [Chingford, Essex] ar. a fesse sa. in chief two 
ogresses, in base a martlet of the second. 

Leigh, [Loiigboioiigh, Glonc. ; and Stoneleigh, Warw.] 
gii. a cross engr. av. iu the dexter canton a lozenge of 
the second. — Crest, a unicorn's head, erased, ar. armed 
and crined or. 

Leigh, [Newport, Isle of Wight] ar. on aeliiif, emlialtlcd, 
sa. three plates. — Crest, a hind pass. ar. 

Leigh, [Norlhcinirt, Isle of Wight] ar. on a chi'.l', eni- 
batijed, gn. tluee plates. 

L''igh, [Kent] az. a bezant, betw. three crowns or. 

'^'igh, or Lea, [IJradley, Lane] ar. two bars az. over all 
a beiul, gobonated, of the second and gu. — Crest, a 
<le\ter arm, embowed, vested gu. cuff ar. holding in the 
naiid ppr, a sword of the second, hilt and pomel or, 
«uviioned with a snake vert. 

L'H/h, [Lord Mayor of London, 1.558] sru. on a cross 
fngr. ar. live hurts, charged with as iiidiiy ermines, betw. 
four unicorns' heads, cr.-isetl, or. 

y'lgh. The same, without the ermines. 

'^':/'t, [Loid Mayor of Loiulon, 100-2; and Salop] ar. a 
iiBse betw. two jiellcts in chief, and a martlet in base, sa. 

^'U", [Salop; and llidware, Staffs.] gu. a cross engr. ar. 
'" the dexter canton a lozenge or. — Crest, a unicorn's 
in. ad i,r. 
'"!J ', [Wells, Somers.] ar. on a chev. gu. three martlets 



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1 or ; on a chief of the second, a culverin, dismounted, of 

the third.— Cn St, a demi greyhound sa. holding a stag's 

he.iil, cii-ossed, ar. 
Leigh, [Someis.] or, three fusils az. a label gu. 
Leigh, [Kushall, StHtls.] gu. a cross engr. ar. in the dexter 

quarter an escutcheon of the stcnnd, charged with two 

bars az. a beud of the lieM. — Crest, a unicorn's head, 

erased, sa. armed or, crined and collated ar. 
Leigh, [Ailinzloii, Surrey, 1009] or, on a chev. sa. three 

lions ramp. ar. iu the dexter corner an annulet of the 

Second. — Crest, on a mount vert, a lion coucliar.t guard. 

ar. cluirsed on the breast with an annulet sa. 
Leigh, [Stockwdt, Surrey] gu. a cross engr. within a bor- 
dure also en'.;r. ar.— Crest, a cockatrice az. comlicd 

and wattled gu. 
L^igh, [\\ arw.] gu. a cross engr. ar. within a bordure of 

the second ; in the dexter quarter a lozenge or. 
Leigh, [Preston, I'orks.] az. two bars or, over all a bend 

o( the last. 
Leigh, [13tJ9] az. two bars ar. over all a bend, connter- 

componee, or and "U. 
Leigh, alias Norley, [13G9] gu. a cross engr. ar. 
I^eigh, gu. a cross within a bordure ar. 
Leigh, tpiiirtci ly ; lir.^t, gu. a cross ar. ; second, ar. a ci-oss 

ami fleur-de-lis sa. ; third, az. a chev. betw. three 

crcwets or ; fomth, ar. a mullet sa. 
Leigh, ar. a cross jjattee sa. 
Leigh, gu. a cross erm. 
Leigh', sa. a lion pass. ar. crowned or. 
Leighj ar. a lion ramp. gu. a mullet for diff. 
Leigh, ar. a cuberin, dismounted, iu fesse, sa. 
Leigh, az. two bars ar. a bend gu. 
Leigh, ar. a bend sa. surmounted by three bars az. 
J^igh, nr. a fesse sa. in chief three mullets of the second, 

the iiiidtlle one jtieiced. 
I-eigh, or, on a chev. betw. three annulets sa. as many 

lions ramp. ar. 
Leigh, ar. on a chief sa. three plates. 
Leigh, gu. on a cross engr. ar. betw. four lions' heads, 

erased, or, five hurts. 
Lcigli; or, thiee fusils az. 

Leigh, az. three masclcs or. ' ' 

Leigh, gu. a fesse erm. 
Leigh, or Lea, ])er chev. ar. and gu. in chief two lions, 

cimibataiit, sa. 
I^cigh, vert, a saltier betw. four eagles displ. or. 
Leigh, vert, on a fesse, cottised, or, three leopards' heads 

gu. 
Leigh, alias Lea, sa. a fesse engr. erm. betw. three Ico- 

pariLs' heads ar. 
Leigh, J^eyqh, r)r I^ey, ar. a chev. engr. betve. three leo- 

parils' heads sa. 
Leigh, gu. a cross engr. ar. betw. four unicorns' headj, 

erased, or. 
Leigh, az. on a cross engr. ar. betw. four unicorns' heaii?, 

erased, or, five hurts. 
Leigh, az. two bars ar. on a bend or, three pheons £u. 
Leigh, ar. a fleur-de-lis sa. 

Leigh, ar. a chev. sa. a label of three points gu. 
Leigh. See /.cc, and Legh. 
I.F.IGIIAM. SccLegH.AM. 
Li IGimORNE. See Legdornk. 
Lf.ight, alias ToDERLF.iGU, [Hants.] erm. two fl.-\mes, 

in saltier, gu. — Crest, a wolf pass. c'l. 



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I^ight, gu. three swans, close, ar. 

LeightoN, Bart. [Wliittlcsborough, Salop, 2 March, 
1G92 ; since, also, of Li)ton Hall, Salop] quarterlv: per 
fesse indented, or and gu. — Crest, a wivern, wings ex- 
panded, sa. Motto, Dread shame. 

Leightmi, 'quarterly, indented, or and gu. on the second 
and ihlnl quarters six boars*' heads of the first, three 
and three. 

I^iffliton, quarterly, indented, or and gu. on the second 
and third, tlireo boars' heads of , flic first. 

Ijeighton, quarterly, per fesse indented, or and gu. three 
bears' heads counlerchangcd. ' , 

Lcighlon, sa. on a hend ar. three eseallTips gu. 

jA:ighton, ar. a bugle-horn bctw. three crescents sa. 

Lcighlon, s?i. two bars or ; on a bend ar. three escallops 
gu. 

Lcighton. See Lai/ton. 

Leighwoou, [London] ar. a chev. az. betw. three tigers 
vert. 

Leighwood. The same arras. — Crest, a banyan-tree ppr. 

Leike, ar. on a saltier eofir. sa. an annulet or. 

Leinhams, quarterly, ar. and sa. in the first a fleur-de- 
lis gu. ' 

Leir, [Devons.] az. a fesse, ragidy, betw. three unicorns' 
heads, erased, ar. 

Leir, [Somers.] — Crest, a quill and sword, in saltier, ppr. 

Leikis, [Languedocj ar. a rainbow, surmounted of a 
cross, and accompanied with six stars of (he last. 

Leisiiman. The same as Leechman. 

Leitch, [Scotland] gu. on a bend engr. or, betw. six 
fusils of the second, three escutcheons az. — Crest, a 
hand holding a serpent ppr. 

Lkith, Bart. [Burgh St. Peter, Norf. 11 AW. 1775, 
since also of Sanbant, in that County] or, a crosslet 
fitch^c sa. lietw. three crescents in chief, and as many 
lozenges in base, gn. — Crest, a cross crosslet fitch^e, as 
in the arms. 

Leith, [Craighall, Scotland] or, a cross crosslet fitchce sa. 
betw. two crescents in chief, gu. and in base three fusils 
az. two and one, all within a bordure of the third. 
Motto, Trusty and bydaiid. 

Leith, [Leilliall, Scotland] The same arms and crest as 
Leith, Bart. Motto, Trusty to the end. 

Leith, [Over- Barns, Scotland] or, a chev. betw. three 
fusils az.— Crest, a turtle-dove ppr. Motto, Semper 
Jidus. 

Leith, [Restalrig, Scotland] ar. five fusils, in fesse, sa. 
Leith, [Hcarthill, Scotland] or, a cross crosslet fitchce 
az. betw. two crescents in chief, and a fusil in base, gu. 

Leith, [Wntirliau! h, Scotland] ar. five lozenges, con- 
joined, in fesse, i.\. — Crest, a dove, holding in tlic beak 
an olive-hrHUi h ppr. Motto, Fidns ad exiremum. 

Leith, [Wliii.-haugh, Sroiland] The same. 

Leithington. See Levingion. 

Leivy, az. from the sinister a wing of Solomon's temple 
ar. — Crest, a naked arm, cnihowed, holding a sword, 
all ppr. 
Leke, [Eail of Scarsdale] ar. on a saltier engr. sa. nine 

annulets or. 
Leke, or Lcakr, [Sutton, Deri).] ar. on a saltier engr. sa. 

■ an annulet of the field. — Crest, two eagles ar. sup- 
porting a garb or. 
Lske, or Lnjhe, [Derb.] ar. on a sAltier engr. sa. five an- 
nulets of tlie field. 



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Leke, or Leake, [Kdulhwarkl or, a saltier fioiy i^. in chief 

a lion pass, of the h.st. 
Like, ar. on a saltii'i' engr. sa. nine aiumUts or. — Crest, a 

peacock's tail, erect, the plume di.-ipl. ppr. supported by 

two eagles, with wings expanded, ar. ( Another crest, a 

garb or, bauiled gu.) 
Leke, sa. six annulets or, three, two, and one. 
Jj^kc, or J^ake, sa. a bend betw. six annulets or. 
I^kc, or Leake, ar. a bend en;;r. sa. a chief gu. 
Leke, Lcakf,, ov Leykc, [Line] ar. a chief gu. over all a 

bend engr. az. 
Lehp, or Leike, ar. a chev. gu. over all a bend engr. sa. 
Lekkborne, [Line] ar. a chev. betw. three cross cross- 
lets sa. 
Lckciorne, ar. a chev. sa. 
Lckchorne, sa. three fnsils ar. 

Lekebol'RNE, ar. a chev. betw. ten crosslets sa. 
Lekenor, gu. fretty ar. a bend ... 
Lekeswopth, [Sufi.] chequy, ar. and gu.; on a bend az. 

three lions ramp, of the fir.st. 
Lekyborne, ar. crusily sa. a chev. of the last. 
Lela.m, [Hricksworth, Chawsham, N.amp. ; and Yorks.j 

ar. a saltier sa. — Crest, on a mount vert, a cock gu. 

combed, wattled, and legged or, charged on the breast 

with a saltier of the last. 
Leland, gu. a saltier ar. charged with three palets az. & 

chief or. — Crest, a crow, rising, transfixed with an arrow. 
Leland, ar. a bend gu. cottised sa. 
Leley, gu. three lilies ar. 
Lello, [Hercf. Her. Off. Hereford, c. 25] erm. on & 

canton gu. a cross moline or. — Crest, a gem-ring or, 

entwined and fretted with a serpent ppr. 
Lelly, [1G80] ar. a fesse betw. three roses gu. in chief a 

crescent for ditt". 
Lelon, or Lellow, [Bucks.] ar. tuo bars gu. in chief 

thiee wolves' heads, erased, of the second. 
Lclon, Lelow, or Lcllotv. The same arms. — Crest, on a 

rock, a fort in flames, ppr. 
Lclon, or Lelow, ar. on two bars gu. thi-ee hounds, cur- 
rent, of the field, in chief as many wolves' heads, eraseil, 

of the second. 
Lelon, or Lelow, gu. three wolves pass. ar. 
Lem, ar. on a bend gu. three lions pass. or. 
Leman, or Lemmon, [North-Hall, Herts. ; Loridon ; and 

Sufi'.] az. a fesse betw. three dolphins, baurient, ar. 
Leman, [Lord Mayor of London, lOIG. Granted 25 Jan. 
1G15] az. a fesse betw. three dolphins, naiant, embowcd, 

ar. — Crest, in a lemon-tree ppr. a pelican, in her nest, 

or, feeding her young ])]ir. 
Leman, [Norf.] ar. a fesse betw. three dolphins, naiant, gu. 
Lemaech, barruly, ar. anrl az. a lion ramp. gu. — Crest, 
an arm, in armour, embowed, striking with a dagger, all 

Lesiarchant, [Guernsey. Granted 21 Mar/,'iC,(i9] az. 
a chev. or, betw. three owls ar. legged of the second. — 
Crest, out of a ducal coronet, an owl's lei, erect, or. 

Lementon, az. fretty or; on a chief of the last, a lion 
rain|>. betw. two mullets gu. 

Le MI'Kchant, gyronny of eight; erm. and az. a bordure 
cni;r. sa. 

Le.mesey, [Warw.] gu. an eagle displ. or, membcred az. 

Le Mesurier, ar. on a chev. betw. three dexter hands 
gu. as many bezants. — Crest, a hawk ppr. wings ex- 
tended or. 



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LEMi?fc, [Colchester, Essex ; and "Storks.] crm. a cross 
|)oteiKC ai:. J 

Lcminy, [Laiic.-^ errti. a i inss (oyij/e az. 

Leming, eriii. a cross crosslcl az. 

Lemington, or Lenington, [Leraington, Yorks.] ar. 
(Another, or,) a s-iltier «u. ; on a chief of the second, 
three boars' heads, loujied, or. 

lemington, ar. a chtv. sa. ia chief three crescents, in base 
a busk-horn of the hist. 

Ltmingtun, ar. on a chev. cngr. az. a chcveK)nel or, betw. 
three calves l'u. 

I.EMITARE, or Lemitaike, [VVestniiiister, descended 
ficni Norman iy. Confirmed 1-1 June, \ith James /,] 
per chev. sn. and ar. three calhariiie-\\heels couiit( r- 
changed. — Crest, a denii gritfin sa. hijh1iu;j out a catha- 
riiie-wliecl ar. 

Lemming, fEssex] ar. fifteen gntlees de sanj:, five, four, 
three, two, and one. 

Lemmington, or Lenni.ngton, ar. a bugh'-horn betw. 
tliree crescents sa. — Crest, a Savage's head, erased, 
afirontee, ppr. ,' 

Lemmington, or Lmninglon, ar. a buijle-horu sa. 

Lemjion. See Leman, and LemON. 

Lemon, Bait. [C'anlow, Coin«-, 3 Mug, 1774] ar. on a 
cliev. betw. three niulhls gu. an ea^le displ. or. — Crest, 
a lion pass. gu. cliarged on the bofly with three mullets, 
in fesse, or. 

Ij-mon, or Lcmmon, az. a fesse betw. three dolphins, cm- 
bowed, ar. — Crest, a pelican, in her nest, feeding her 
young, or. 

Lemosy, or Lymesey, [Warw.] gu. an eagle displ. or, 
armed sa. 

Lemosy, or Lymeseg, [Warw.] or, an eagle displ. gu. 
within a bovdure sa. escallopee. 

Lemprew, or Lempreur, gyronny of twelve, ar. and 
gu.; on a chief az. an ea^le with two heads disjd. ar. 

Lemprier, gu. three eagles displ. or.— Crest, a dove. 

Lkmpy, ar. a lion ])ass. sa. 

Lemsei.s, or Lomsels, [Cornw.] az. a wolf's bead, era- 
sed, or. 

Lkmster, [London] ar.on a fesse betw. three lions' heads, 
erased, gu. as many crescents or, each charged with a 
mullet of the second. 

Lemster, ar. on a fesse betw. three crescents gu. as many 
mullets or. — Crest, a denii cupid, issuing, in the dexter 
ban I an arrow, in the sinister, a bow bent, all ppr. 

Lemuses, or Lennuses, [DeTournay] gu. a bend or, 
betw. six roses ar. 

Lcmiises, gn. a hend betw. six roses ar. 

Lemyng, or, ten suttees sa. four, three, two, aud one. 
. 1 1 (^ tit 

i^myng, erni. a cross )ioteiit az. 

Lemyngton, ar. a chev. betw. three crescents sa. 

Lenale, sa. Ihrie boar.s" heads, eouped, ar. 

'-ENAEI,, ar. eleven billi ts sa. four, three, three, and one. 

Lenegh AN, [Ireland] az. three cherubs' heads or. — Crest, 

an antelope puss, or, armed gu. 
Lench. See Lenche. 
Lenche, [Wyeh, Wore.] ar. two bars eagr. az. each 

chiir'.'ed with three cinquefoils or. 
^■nc/ic, or Lerieli. The same arms. — Crest, a tiger, sejant. 

Or, collared gu. resting the forepaw on a shield, per chev. 

of the second and first. 
'•KNn, [Caule, Scotland] or, an orle, indented on the inner 

"'ge, az. 



L E N 

I.en'derick, or, a lion ramp. gu. oppressed with a. label 
of three points az.— Crest, a lion's hea(H erased, go. 
betw. two elepliaiits' trunks or. 

Lendkricke, [Kssex and S othmd] ar. two chev. sa. in 
chief a label of tliree points az. ovtr all a lion pass, 
gu. , 

Lenj)on, [Alliiistoii, Uevons. Granted by patent, dated - 
at Brussels, 10 .)Jay, 10.33] az. a naval crown, within 
an orle of twelve unc hnrs, or. 

London, ar. a naval xoronet gu. betw. three anchors sa. — • 
Crest, an eatrle, issuing, holding in the dexter claw a 
branch of laurel ppr. 

Lev dues. SeC Londres. 

Lene, gu. a lion pass, guard, or, betw. three saUiers of 
the last. 

Lenenhoeme, [Lanr.] ar. three fleurs-dt-lis sa. 

Lr, Neve, [London; 'rivrtsliiill, Norf. ; and Suft". Temp. 
llenrg IV. Confirmed, to William Ic Neve, Clarencieux 
King of Arms] ar. on a cross sa.hve tleiirs-de-lij of the 
field. — Crest, out of a ducal ccrouit or. a lily ar. stalked 
and leaved vert, bjaded and seeiled of the first. 

Le Neve, [London] ar.on a cross az. five tleurs-dc-lis of 
the t^.eld, betw. two tortoises, urarlient, vtrt, one in the 
first fjuarter, the other in the fourth. — Crest, on a mount 
vert, three silier lilies on one stalk, leaved and seeded, 
all ppr. 

Len'ham, vert, a s.oltier ener. ar. 

Lgni, ar. on a bend gu. three lions ramp. or. 

Leme, sa. on a chev. betw. three bears' head.s, erased, 
ar. mu/zled gu. a ciuquefoil of the first. 

Lenington. See Lemingvon. 

Lennard, [Chrvening and Knoll, Kent; Lords Dacreand 
Earl of Suss. ; also of lUlliousc, in Essex] or, on a fesse 
£u. three fleurs-de-lis of the field. — Crest, out of a ducal 
coronet or, a tiger's head ar. 

Lennard, [said tn have been bnrne bg the Lennards of Che- 
vcning ; Tier. Off. Sic Vincent's Small Barongi or, on 
a fesse gu. betw. three eagles' heads, erased, sa. a h'oa 
pass. betw. two fleurs-de-lis of the field. — Crest, a demi 
lion ramp. .., ducally gorged .., holding in the dexter 
paw a rose c^i. 

Lennard, [Wit khani-Court, Kent] or, on a fesse gu. three 
fleurs-de-lis of the field, a crescent for ditf. — Crest, out 
of a ducal coronet or, a tiger's head ar. 

Lennard. The same arms. — Crest, a lion ramp. gu. senile 
of etoiles or, issuing from clouds ppr.; over the crest 
the motto, Ltlcr niibes resplendeo. (The crest granted 
to Lennard, Herald of Arms, afterwards Bluemaiille 
Pnrsnivant of Arms.) 

Lennard, per pale, gu. and az. three demi lions pass. or. 
— Crest, a tiger's head, quarterly, or and az. 

Lennard-Baiirett, Bart. [Bell-House, Essex, 30 Jwne, 
1801] quarterly; first and t'ouith, or, on a fesse gu. 
three fleurs-de-lis of the first, lor Lennard; second and 
thinl, jier pale, ar. and gu. barry of four, counterelianged, 
{or Barrett ; all williiii a bordure wavy sa. — Crest, out 
of a ducal coromi or, an Irish wolf dog's head, per fesse, 
ar. an<l erni. cliars;cd villi an csealiop, per fesse nebulee, 
gu. and sa. Motto, Pour bivn drsircr. 

Lennie, or Leny', [SeotlandJ su. on a chev. betw. three 

- bears' heads ar. muzzled gu. as many cinquefoils of the 
last. — Crest, a dexter arm ppr. holding up a covered 
cup or. 

Lknnisgton. See Lemmington. 



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Lennos, »r Lf.no s, az. llirec fleurs-ile-lis ar. ott a bor- 
dure of the last ci^lit roses gu. — Crest, a peunant, 
parted, per pale, i:u. ami or, tasselled of tlie last. 

LenNOCK, ar. cultee rie I'oix, a fesse sa. 

LliNNOX, [Stotlaiul, Earl Lennox, Temp. William the 
Lion] ar. a saltier cngr. gu. cantoned with four roses of 
the las't.' C- 

Lennuses. See Lemuses. 

Lenor. See Leonard. 

Lenorey. See Leonard. \ "^ 

Lenos. See Lennos. 

Lenosky, gu. an ca'»le dispLwith two litads or, a baton ar. 

Lenox, Duke of Rlt (JMOND, F.arl ofi\Iftrcli,and Baron 
of Setrington, iu the peerage of Kngland ; Duke of 
Li'iiox, Earl of Darnlcy, and Baron Methncii of Tor- 
boltoii, ia that of Scolhind ; Duke of Aul)iin% in France. 
[Creations, English tiths, 9 Avg. 1075; Scottish titles, 
9 &;}/. IGTorprcnch tide, 1CH4. licsidcnces, Go<n\- 
wood Pa;k, and \\ est Stoke, Su^s. Tvwn Ilutise, 

• Palace-Yard, Wesiniinster] quarterly; first and fourth, 
France and England quarterly ; second, .Scotland ; third, 
Ireland ; (lieiug the arms of King Charles IL) all withni 
a.bordure coniponee, ar. and ^u. the first charged with 
verdoy of roses of the second, barbed and seeded ppr. ; 
over all an escutcheon gu. charged with three o^al 
buckles or, two and one, for Avbitpii/. — Crest, on a 
chapeau gu. turned up erra. a lion, slatant, guard, or, 
crowned with a ducal coronet gu. and gorged with a 
collar, as the bordure in the arms. Supporters, dexter, 
a unicorn ar. armed, mailed, and iingided or ; sinister, an 
antelope ar. armed and hoofed or, each suj)porter 

i gorged with a collar cotnponee, as the bordure, in the 
arms. Motto, I£)i la rose jejieurie. 

JLenstoftk, or, a lion ranij). per fcsso, gu. and sa. 

Lent, vert, a cbev. enn. bctw. three leaves ar. — Crest, a 
horse pass. ar. 

Lent, or, a ehev. erm. betw. three leaves vert. 

Lenth A L, [Priory, near Burford, Oxon] quarterly; first 
and fourth, ar. a bend fiisilysa. ; second, az. three cinque- 
foils; third, ar. a lymphad ; impaling az. a chev. erm. 
betw. three leopards' faces. — Crest, a greyhound, cur- 
rent, p))r. 

Lenthall, [Besselsleigh, Berks.] ar. on a bend, cottised, 
sa. three mullets or. 

Lenthall, [Dors.] sa. a beiid fusily ar. — Crest, a grey- 
hound, in full course, sa. collared or. 

Lenthall, [Burford, Oxou] ar. on a bend, cottised, sa. three 
mullets of the field. 

Lenthall, [North Leigh, Oxon] sa, a bond lozengy ar. 

Lenthall, ar. on a bend, cottised, sa. three mullets, pierced, 
or. — Crest, a greyhound, current, sa. collared or. 

Lenthall, ar. two bars. sa. each charged with three mul- 
lets or. 

Lenthall, sa. a fessc fusily ar. 

Lenthall, ar. on a bend sa. three fusils of the field. 

Lenthall. See Lethall. 

Lenther, ar. on a bend, cottised, sa. three mullets or. 

Lenthorne, gyrouny of eight, or and sa. an eagle displ. 
ar. 

Lenthorp, Lenthkop, or Leventhoup, [Essex; and 
SliiugleyHall, Herts.] ar. a bend, gobonated, gu, and 
sa. cottised of the second. 

Lenthorp, or Lcnthrcp. The s.ame arms. — Crest, a lady, 
•lauding, ppr. richly attired vert. 



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Lenth ORPE, [Es«;x] ar. a bend componee, gtirjand 32. 
cottised of the s< (.'.Olid. 

LenthrOP. See LIin IJIORP. ; _>"*'' 

Lenton, [Bucks.; aW Aldwinkle, N.amp. Granted '21 
March, l.'jHi] az. a hcnd rrni. betw. two dolpiiins, em- 
bowed, and bendways, or. — Crest, a tiger's beail, erased, 
az. tufted, armed, collured, and ringed or. J 

LentstoN, ar. a lion rump. sa. \ 

Leny. See Lennie. 

Lenysis, gu. a bend bctw. six crosses botonnce or. ' 

Leofric, [liarl of Leicester, amio 71G] or, an eagle dispL. 
sa. 

Leon, [Norf ] or, a saltier engr. vert. 

Leonard, Lenor, or Lenorey, az. three garbs ar. 

Leonard, or, on a fesse az. three fleurs-de-lis ar. — Crest, 
out of a due al coronet or, a tiger's head ar. 

Le Palmer, sa. a chev. or, betw. three crescents ar. 

Leper, [Scolluud] . . , a chev. betw. three leopards' heads. 

Lepla, [Isle of Ely, Canibr.] ar. a lion ram]), gu. within 
a bordure componee, or and vert. 

Leple, erm. au inescutcheon gu. within a bordure engr. of 
' tlie last. . 

Le Poer, per chief dancettee, sa. and ar. 

Le Poek Trench, Earl of CLANCARTY, Viscount 
Dunio, Baron Kilconuel, in the peerage of Ireland ; 
also. Viscount Clan> arty, and Baron Trench, of Gar- 
bally, in that of the U. K. ; Marquess of Hcnsden, 
in the Netherlands, by the King of the Netheriaiids. 
[Creations, Baron Kilconntl, 25 Nov. 1797 ; Vise. 
Dunlo, 3 June 1801 ; Earl of Chiucarty, 11 Fe/j. 1803; 
Baron Trench, 4 Aug. 1015; Vise. Clancaity, 1824; 
Marquess, 18 Jttli/, 1818. liesidence, Garbally, in 
the Co. of Galway] quarterly; first and fourth, ar. a 
lion pass. gu. betw. three fleurs-de-lis az. on a chief 
of the third, the sun in s|)lcndoiir or; second, ar. a 
bend engr. sa. on a chief gu. three escallops of the first; 
third, ar. a saltier az. bt'tw. four uetlle-haves vert. 
— Crest, an arm, in armour, embowed, holuiiia a sword, 
all ppr. Motto, to the crest, Dieu,pour la Tranchee 
qui conire. Supporters, dexter, a lion gu. semee of 
fleurs-de-lis or; sinister, a stag guard, ppr. holding a 
banner, per chief dancettee, su. and ar. being the arms 
of Le Poer, betw. the antleis f^ i. a cross gu. thereon 
our Saviour, ppr. Motto, \ irtutis fortnna comes. 

Leport, az. three towers, domed, or, gate sa. 

Lepton, [Kepwick, Yorks.] uu. three bars ar. ; on a 
chief az. three catharine-w heels or. 

Lepton, [Rebeck, Yorks.] barry of six, ar. and gu.; on & 
chief az. three catharine-w heels or. 

Lepton, [Yorks.] ar. on a chief az. three cathariue-v.heeli 
or. 

Lepton. The same arms. — Crest, issuing from a castle, 
triple-towered, a demi lion ppr. 

Le Quesnes, ar. a lion pass. gu. 

Lercedekne, [Cornvv.] ar. three chev. gu. 

Lerceweke, gu. a saltier and crescent, in chief, ar.* 
(Another, or.) 

Lercewick, [Warw.] gu. ou a saltier ar. a crescent az. 

LePvCewyke. The same. 

Lkkchard, ar. a saltier engr. az. within a bordure or. 

Lerking, chequy, ar. and gu. a cross az. 

Lerkinge, cheqny, gu. and ar. a crossaz. 

Li.Ki.swoRTH, i^Suft'. Temp. Juiw. L] clicquy, ar. aud 
gu. on a bend az. three lions ramp, of the first. 



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.' ~ , .-*- — ^ ^''^ 

LERMorfTH, nr. E cbc». betw. Uirrf ^atclei, (Another, 

|otcnp:c». Avother, tirails.)"s!), 3 

|_K RoACHP, ciDiixtc-iiy ; firs.1 an V/'jjrth, nr. a rook, ppr. 
in itie ^i^ist^ r > hut jioiiit a nnillrl s.i. ; si'toiifl -.uul tliird, 
»». uii n ro;k, a rocik, nil p)ir. in tlu- ilixtcr < liirf ]ouil 
the tiuii in splcTK^onr. — Crist, a rook, ppr. 
LtnoUX,' a?, on a IVsse or, a ro^c cu.in thief thrie nnnu- 
Icls of tlio spionil, ill base a ciis^tnl ar. — Critit, a jilume 
of fcalliers ar. 
LKP.f'WSE, quarterly, ar. ant) sa. a l.cnd of llie last. 
l.ESCOMn, — Crest, on a tnount vert, a greyhound, current, 

betw. two laiinl-tiranihcs. 
Lb Scot, [Earl of Clitstcr, ob. t. p. 1237, 2lf<. IIcii. III.] 

or, three piles pu. 
Le Scot. The same arms. — Crest, two battle-axes, id sal- 
tier, az. billed sa. 
Lesenton, [Yorks.] ar. a crescent, betw. three salticrs 

en^. sa. 
Liseiiton. See Lexsi-'ton. ^ 

I-KSERis, Leseres, Leseuks, or LlsouRS, [Line] or,< 
8 chief az. / 

Lesington, [Yorka.] ar, three sallorels engr. sa. a cres- 
cent for diff. 
Ijctinglon, px. puttee d' or. 
Lf.sk, [of that Ilk] sa. a fesse betw. three mullets iu chief, 

and as luaiiy masiles in base, all or. 
Lkskesworth, [SufT.] cliequy, ar. and gu. a bend sa. 
Leslie, Earl of IIOIHES, and Baron Leslie. [Crcntiovs, 
Baron, 1390; Eatl,20 7>/orc/i, 1457. Rfsidenccf.WoXhts 
Castle, Eljiinshire ; and Leslie Castle, Fifeshire] quar- 
terly; first and fourth, ar. on a bend az. three butkles 
or, for Leslie; second and third, or, a lioti ramp. pu. 
debruised by a ribbon sa. for Abenielht;. — Crest, a derni 
griffin ppr. Supporters, two griffins, [ler fesse, ur, and 
gu. Motto, Crip fast. 
Leslik, Earl of LEVEN and MELVfLLE, Viscount Kal- 
ponie and Visioiint Kirkaldie, I'aioa Wclvitie and 15aron 
Kailh, Moniinail, and Balvearie. [Creations, Lord I.lcl- 
ville,30 ^pri7, IGIG; Earl of Loven and Vise. I5algonie, 
11 Oct. 1641; Eail of Melville, Vise. Kirkaldie, Baron 
Raitb, Moniinail, and Dalvearie, 8 April, 1C90. Fcsi- 
dence, Melville House, Fifeshire] qiiaiterly; first and 
fiurth, az. a thistle, cnsigned with an imperial crown, 
)>pr. as a coal of augmentation ; second and third, ar. on 
» bend az. three buckles or, for Leslie. — Crest, a cheva- 
lier, in complete armour, holding in the dexter hand a 
dagger, erect, ppr. poniel and hilt or. Sup))orterp, two 
chevaliers, completely armed, each hoUiing in the exte- 
rior hand the br.nncr of Scotland. Motto, Pro rcgc et 
potria. 
l^tlie, [Edinburgh] ar. on a fesse, indented, az. three 
buckles or, within a bordurc gii. charged with four fieurs- 
dc-Iis of the field. 
LetUe, [Po\\is, Scotland] qnarterly; first and fourth, ar. 
on a bend az. three buckles or, within a bordure gu.; se- 
cond and third, az. three frases ar. williin a bonlurt; quar- 
tered, or and of the seeoiid, ihi' first cliargetl with an- 
tique crovius gu. the last ".Nith as many ciiiquetbils silver. 
— Crrt-t, a eiesei nt ar. Mollo, Crrscat JJro prrvirtore. 
^tlic, [Endoidivit, Scotland] quarterly; fii>t hihI fourth, 
8r. on a head az. three buckles or ; seeoiul and thin', ur. 
1 lion ran. p. gu. debruised l.y a ribbon sa. all within a 
b'Tihire ar. 
*"''e, [Newark] The same, without the bordure. 



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LciUc, [Mcadovrgall, Glasgow] The same trm«. — Cre»t, 
a demi urithn. Motto, Grip fast. 

Lciltp, [Su.lkind] ar. on a Lend az. three I'likles or. — 
CkM, 11 ( eiiii grithii, segreant, ... 

Lesly, [Aherilicii, Siotlaiid] ar. on a fesse az. throe 
buikhs or, wilhiii li' bordure of the second, charged 
will as iiiiiny stars oY the first. — Crest, a grifiiii ppr. 
winged or, holding in llie dexter talon a buikle of lb» 
last. MdHo, Prolitus rt fnmitai. 

L(dy, [Aberdeen, Scollund] ar. on a bend, embattled, ax. 
' three liui kl's or. Motlo, Dais providehit. 

Lesly, [Al;eii!rrjr]' ar. a pair of wings, conjoined, ppr. 
surnioiiiiti d di a fesse az. charged with three buckles or. 
Motto, Gnd yvidc ell. 

Leilp, [I'.iilqnhan, Scotland] ar. on a fesse az. three 
biHldys or. — Crest, a grifiin's head, erased, ppr. Motto, 
Crip fait. 

Lesly, [Burdsbankj Scotland] The quartered f.rms of the 
Earl of Hothes, vithin a bordure paitcd per pale, 
■"chequy and counter-coinponfce, gu. and or. — Crest, a 
buckle or. Motlo, i Keep fast. 

Lesly, [Finrassie, Seo'fand] quarterly, as the last, within 
a bordurc chequy gu. and or. — Crest, a iiian in armour, 
holding a buckle ar. Motlo, Firwa dvranf. 

Lesly, [Colpnay-Shicls, Scotland] ar. on a bend az. three 
buckles or, within a bordure in\eekcd of the second, 
charged with eight crescents of the first. — Crest, a 
buckle issuing out of a crescent ar. ^Jotto, Conamine 
avgeor. 

Lesly, [of that Ilk] ar. on a bend az. three buckles or, 
within a double tressnre flory eoiinterfiory gu. — Crest, 
a grifiin's head ppr. Motto, Grip fast. 

Lesly, [Kincraigie, Scotlftnd] ar. on a fesse betw. two 
cross cro.iflets fitehce az. three buckles or. — Crest, a 
griffin's head, coii)(ed, ppr. charged with a cross cros«- 
let filehee ar. Motto, Firvia spe. 

Lesly, [Kinivie, Scotland] ar. on a bend az. three buckles 
or, within a bordure indented of the second. Motto, 
QvcE jvnrta Jirma. 

I^csly, [l.eird Lindoris] quarterly ; first and fourth, ar. on 
abend az. three buekits or; second and third, or, a 
lion ramp. gu. debruised by a ribbon sa. ; by way of 
snrtout, an escutcheon gu. charccd with a cattle, triple- 
towered, ar. masoiK'd sa. for the title of Lindoris. — 
Crest, a demi angel, with wings or, lioldiiig in the dex- 
ter hand two greyhounds' heads, erased, ppr. Motto, 
Stat prcmissa fides. 

Lesly, [Lord Newark] The same, with a crescent for diff. 

Lesly, [^O 11. '■■Ions, Seolland] ar. on a bend az. betw. three 

oak-binnehes, clipped, vert, acorned ppr. as many 

buckles or. — Crest, a hand holding a v>riting-pen ppr. 

Motto, Soli Deo glorifj. 

Lesly, [Piteaple, Scoihind] r.r. on a bend az. betw. two 

mullets cii. three buekles or. 
Lesly, [T»>rry, Scotland] The quartered coat of Rothes, 
williin a boronie inili nted ai.d parte<l per pale, az. and 
ar.— Crest, a l.iikte e.' . Motto, Holdfast. 
Leili/, [ Tullorhi, Seotlandj ar. on a fesse az. thiee In kief 
or, betw . lis many fl. ers de-lis of the second. — Cr< ^>, an 
en-le's neck, witii two lunds, erased, sa. Mono, Hold 
fast. 
Le.dij, [Wiiri'iv. Peolland] ar. on a bend az. betw. tViO 

holly lenvT- •.it, tlute biuklesor. 
Lesone, [WhcatticlJ and Soulgrav.-, N.amp ] gu. a chief 



LET 

tr. on the lower part thereof the etin's resplendent rays, ' 
' Issuiiiit thereout, ppr. — Crest, the sun or, rising out of 

clouds, ppr, 
Lesou, chcquy, or and gu. n fesse az. 
Le Soke, [Cormv.] crin. a saltier pu. 
Lesouch Alein, [Lord iMayoi;';pr I^ndon, 1267 and 

1"2G0; Jiuron and Lord C/tiej\/ustice, sluin by Earl 

Wancn, 1270] gu. tea bczauts. 
LesOurks, or Lysukes, or, achiefaz. 
Lesoi'RS, az. a chief or. 

Le Spring, [Durham] sa. an orlc ar. *. 

Lesi'KING, ar. api inescutehcon within^aTi otle of raartlctii 

■ sa. -it ^ . . . 

Lesque, ar. (Another, or,) a chev. betw. three calves pass. 
.. sa. . , 

Lesquet, ar. a chev. betw. three calves sa." . . ' 
Lessies, [Scotland] ..,a chev. betw.- two boaA' head's 

and necks, erased, ... • , ,-• \ 

Lessiecre, [iSIidd.] gu. a blade oV a sword-fish ar. 

crowned or. V '^ /^ ' r- 

Lessingham, sa. three boars' -lie^ds, cou'pcd, within a 

bordure engr. ar. — Crest, a inaril^t sa. 
Lessington, gu. three porches of churches, with double 
' doors, expanded, ar. (some say, gu. three ports ar.) — 

Crest, on a baron's coronet or, a lion ramp. gu. 
Lestar, per chev. or and az.; ou a fesse tliree crescents, 

all counterchanged. 
Lesterock. See Laverock. 
Lestock, vert, a chev. engr. betw. three birds ar. 
Lestorcote, or Lestocut, erni. on a cross gu. five 

martlets or. 
Leston, vert, ten bezants, four, three, two, and one. — 

Crest, a lion pass. az. ducally gorged and chained or. 
Lestrange, [Midd.; Hunstanton, Norf. ; and Pal;enham, 

Snff.] gu. two lions pass, guard, ar. — Crest, a lion pass. 

guard, or. 
L' Estrange. The same arms. 
Lesturmy, gu. a chev. betw. three etoiles or. 
Lestwiche, [Lestwicbe, Clies.] ar. an orle betw. ten 

martlets sa. — Crest, a still ar. 
Letch, gyronny of eight, ar. and gu. an annulet counter- 
. changed.- — Crest, a harp gu. 
Lete, or Light, [Hunts, and Suff. Her. Off', h. 14] ar. 

on a fesse gu. betw. two matches sa. rolled and fired 

ppr. a martlet or. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a 

lamp of three branches of the same, fired, ppr, 
Letekrooke, az. a chev. erm. 

Letemps, vert, an anchor, in pale, az.— Crest, the em- 
blem of time, passiiig with his sillie over liis shoulder, 

all ppr. 
Letford, [Glouc] gu. ou a chev. ar. betw. two stags' 

beads, erased, of the second, armed or, hi chief, and a 

talbot pass, iu base, of the last, three mullets gu. jjierced 

gohl. 
Lethall, or Lenthall, ar. oaabeud,cottised,sa. three 

mullets or, pierced gu. 
Letham, or Lethem, gu. a cross erm. — Crest, a grif- 
fin's head, betw. two wings, holding in the beak a feather 

l/iiham, or Lclhem, [Scotland] gu. a cross erni. betw. 

two crescents in chief or. — Crest, as the last. 
J/Ctham, quarterly, ar. and ermines, in the first quarter a 

fleur-de-lis gu. 
JLethbridge, Bart. [Sandhill Park, Somers. \b June, 



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1804. Town Ify^-c, t>0\Vhitehafl-I*laee] a/. oAjer water 
ppr. a bridge of live ujxUes, lurretled, gu. iii''i.l)i..f an . 
eagle displ. sa. — WusU out of a inuruj^-rown or, a lienii 
eaiile displ. ppr. Siotto, Spcs inca tu Deo. 

Lnlhbridgc, [Uevons.] sa. two bars gemelles betw. six 
roses ar. three, two, and one. — Crest, a stag's head, era- 
sed, per fesse, ar. and s;i. attireil or, in the nioutli a rose 
of the first, stalked and leaved vert. 

Lethem. See Letham. 

Letherford, sa. a chev. betiv. three leopards' faces ar. 

LETHF.RHF.An, erm. a chev. gu. ^ 

Letheri.and. St-e Leather. 

Lethiei'llikr, or Lethui.ier, [.Acton, !Midd.] ar. a 
chev. gu. betw. three parrots' heads, couped, vert, beaked 
of the second. — Crest, a parrot ppr. 

Lethieiillier, or Lcthnlicr, [AMerstock, Essex] ar. achcv. 
gu. betw. three parrots' heads, erased, vert. — Crest, as 

; the lust. 

Lethim, [Scotland] gu. a cross erm. within a bordure 

\ or. — Crest, a dove,: within a serpent disposed orleways, 

I ppr- 

Lethington, [Saltcoat] ar. a bend engr. gn. m chief a 

bear's head, erased, az. muzzled of the -second. 
Lcthington, ar. a bend engr. gu. betw. two otters' heads, 

couped, sa, 
Lethulier. See Lethieullter. 
Leton, ar. two bars gu.; in chief three v.'olves' heads, 

couped, of tlie second. 
LhTSEER, gu. a lion ramp. ar. within a bordure of the 

second, a mullet tor difl. 
Letster, gu. a lion ramp. betw. throe crescents ar. 
Lett, gu. a s;dtier or ; ou a chief of the last, a crescent 

betw. two ni'.dlets sa. — Crest, three organ-pi jies, tno iu 

saltier surmounted by the third in pale, banded vert. 
Letteringt(iN, gu. on a bend ar. three bears sa. 
Lettice, gu. on a chev. ar. three trefoils sa. 
Letton, or Lytton, [Herts.] ar. two bars betw. three 

bears' heads, erased, gu. 
Letton. The same arms. — Crest, a dexter hand, fcsse-A.tys, 

couped, gu. holding up a cross cvosslet fitebee az. 
Lci/oii, [Herts.] The same arms as Lytton, of Letton, 

Derb. 
Letton. See Litton. 

Lettrington. The same as Letteringto.v. 
Letwood, [Lane] or, three h;irs wavy az. 
Le Tvbis, or Tves, ar. a chev. gu. 
Letyn, [Ireland] ar. a saltiei' gu. betw. four oak-leaves 

vert 
Leucenberg, batry of ten, ar. and az. over all a lion 

ramp. gu. armed or. 
Leuelton, ar. two bars ncbuloe sa. 
Leueson, az. three holly-leaves ar. 
Leukenor, az. three chev. ar. — Crests, first, a unico.'n's 

head, couped, az. j)latee, horned or; second, a hawk's 

leure az. fringed ar. 
Leuze, gu. three palets vair ; on a chief or, a fleur-de-lis 

sa. 
Lev ache, gu. three lions ramp, crowned ar. 
Levai.e, sa. three bears' hea<ls, couped, ar. 
Lf;vall, gu. a bond or, betw. six crescents ar. — Crest, on 

the top of a tower, issuing, a cornish chough, with wings 

expanded, all ppr. 
Levall, sa. three rams' heads, couped, ar. 
Levall, ar. tea billets sa. four, three, two, and one. 



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Lcitll, a/, ii 'lend ar. 

Lt V.AVASOtK, [Yorks.] oi', a fisse (Jancetlee sa. — Crest, 

a cock i;u. 
I I VF-M-E, '"■ Levehs, [Trcvoof, Coniw.] ar. three calves' 

liraiis, coupcil, ^u. — Crest, a tower, masoned, sa. 
Lkveland, sa. three boars' lu ids, ccuped, ar. — Crest, a 

(It'xter har.d, liotding a da^^er, in pale, witli a garland 

of laurel pendant therefroiii, ppr. 
LF.VKLIS. Sec LEVE.\t.E. 
|,i:vKNSHAM, ar. a fleur-de-lis sa. 
I.KVF.NSHAVGU, [Bu\ton] gu. a iesse lozengy, betw. tbrec 

c.<caliops ar. 
Lkventhori'. Sei> Lenthokp. 
l.KVENTHORPE, [Essex and Herts.] ar. a bend, goboiiv, 

pu. and sa. 
Lf.vek, [Ailiugton, Lane] ar. two bends sa. the umler 

line cngr. — Crest, on a truiiij)et, l^ing t'esseways, a cock 

ppr. ^ 

Lficr, [Lever, Lane] ar. two bends, one plain, the otljer 

cngr. sa. a crescent gu. — Crest, on a trumpet, nowed . . , 

acock, with wiji^s cxj)anded, ( Annthcr crest, a hare, j 

I'l"- . , 

Lever, [Lane] ar. two bonds engr. az. 
/xi'C)', [Lane] ar. a cliev. betw. three bucks, trippant, sa. 
LcLcr, [Lane] ar. a thev. gu. betw. three harts, trip- 
pant, sa. 
lAsvcr, [Lane] ar. a chev. bstw. three hares sa. 
/ji'cr, sa. three bears' heads, couped, ar. 
Lever, ar. two bends eiigr. sa. (Another, gu.) 
J^vcr, sa. three boars' heads, couped, or. 
l/iier. See Leaver. 
Leverage, ar. a chev. betw. three match-locks sa. — 

Crest, a leopard's head, cabossed, ppr. 
Leverett, [Great Chelsea, IGG'i] ar. a chev. betw. three 

leverets, current, sa. 
Ut-erett, gvionnj oC eight, or and sa. over all an eagle, 

volant, gu. 
Lf.verick, erni. on a fesse cngr. sa. three mullets, 

pierced or. 
Leverike. See Laverock. 

I.EVERINGTON, gu. (Another, az.) three hares, in ))a!e, ar. 
Lkvermore, [Lanlivery, Cornw.] gu. three etoiles sa. 
Ltkcrinore, [Exeter, De\ons.] ar. a fesse, cottised, sa. betw. 

three tufts of grass vert. 
Lc^trmorc. The same arms. — Crest, an arm, embowed, 

holding a scimitar, iu pale, ppr. 
Leicrmorc, [Devons.] ar. a fesse sa. betw. three tufts of 

;rass ppr. 
Lkvekoy, ar. on a chev. sa. three leopards' heads or. 
'•tVERpooLE, quarterly, gu. and or, a cross potence ar. 
'-tVERSAGE, gu. three lions' heads, erased, ar. in the 

centre a match-lock or. — Crest, a leopard's head, erased, 

guard, ppr. 
Leversedge, [Leversick and Whilock, Ches.] ar.achev. 

Ittw. three ploughshares sa. — Crest, a leojiard's heat! 

or. 
*^'erscilge, [Essex] gu. a chev. betw. three lions' heads, 

errtsed, or. (Another, ar.) 
'^'crsedge, [Vallis, Somers.] sa. a chev. or, betw. three 

dolpliing ar. — Crest, a leopard's head, jessaot-de-iis, or. 
^rcric/yc^ gu. a cross engr. ar. betw. four crescents or. 
^^'^trscdije, or Lcversege, gu. a cross engr. ar. io the first 

<luarter a crescent or. 



Leverskge, Ka. three bills' heads ar. ' '■"■■• 

Leve>sc()t, ar. a chev. betw. tliree mateh-Iocl;s sa. 
Levekton, [Ir'iirley House, Cioydon, Surrey; and Bed- 

fonl 8(|ii;uc, I.nnilon, ob. Sept. lt!-i 1] gu. three etoiles, 

('or stars) or, a Canton erm. — Cre t, a pelican, vuhiing 

herself, nr. 
Lrvcrton, vert, a fesse wavy betw. three pelicans, vulning 

themsiKts, or. — Crest, a pelican ppr. 
Lcv-tntoii, az. tliree h ires ar. — Crest, a hare, sejant, ar. 
Levertuii, gu. two etoiles ar. a canton erm. 
Leverton, gu. three etoiles, a canton erin. 
Lcverlun, or LpiitoH,%u. three etoiles, with eight points, or,' 

a canton erm. , , 
Leveryke, erm. qf fesse engr. gu. •■ ' 

Levesay. See-LEVEbEY. 

Levesco, per fesse, nr. and sa. in base three bezants. 
Levesey, LevesSy, or LivESEV, [llolilngboni, Kent; 

Livesey, Lnnc. ; and 'I'oolins', Surrey] ar. a lion ramp. 
' gu. betw. thr6" trrToi|s, slipped, veit. — Crest, a lion's 

gamb, erascil, gu. holding four trefoils, slipped, vert. 
LeiH'scy, [Kent and Lane] ar. a lion ramp, guard, gu. 

hetw. three etodes vert. 
Levesey. The same arms.- — Crest, a lion's paw, issuing, 

ppr. supptirtiri^- an escutcheon gu. 
Levesey, [Lane.] sa. a lion ram]), within an orle of crosses 

formee fitchee ar. 
Levesey, or Leviesey, ar. a lion pass. eu. betw. three tre- 
foils, slipped, ^ert. 
Levesey. The same arms. — Crest, a lion's paw gu. holding 

a cluster of six of the same. 
Levesholjik, ar. a fleur-de-lis sa. 
Levrson, [Home's Place, Kent; and Salop] az. three 

ihesniit-leaves or. — Cre.st, a goat's head, erased, erm. 

attired or. 
Lvccson, [Lilleshall, Salojj. Temp. Charles /.] az. three 

laurel leaves, sli]i]ipd, or. 
Leveson, or Leiesnn, [Wolverhampton, Staffs.] quarterlv, 

az. and gu. three smister hands, couped at the wrist, 

and erect, ar. — Crest, an arm, embowed, in armour, 

))pr. garnished or, holding in the gauntlet a battle-axe, 

handle gu. blade ar. 
Lvvesoti, [NN'arw.] az. a fesse wavy ar. betw. three leaves 

or. 
Lcves'ju, a/, a fesse uebulee ar. betw. three leaves or. 
Lcvesoii. See Leivson, 
Levesque, sa. on a chief ar. three fleurs-de-lis gu. — 

Crest, on a fisb, a sparrow-hawk, jipr. 
Levet, [Siierborn, Dors.] sa. a fesse, raguly, betw. three 

lions' heads, erased, ar. 
Levet, [Lord .Mayor of London, 1700] The same arms and 

crest as I^<:vctt, Salehurst, Suss. 
Levet, [Westbourn and Petwortli, Suss.] ar. semec of cross 

crosslets sa. a lion ramp, of the last. 
Levet, or Lrvclt, paly of six, ar. and az. over iiU a bend 

paly of six, gn. and or. — Crest, a gad-fly, witiss ea- 

dorsed, ppr. 
Levethrope, ar. a bend comiionec, sa. and gu. betw. Ivvo 

cottiscs of the Inst. 
Levett, Levet, oj- Levitt, [Ireland] ar. three wolves 

pass. sa. 
Levett, [Salehurst, Suss. Granted by Patent, 21 Dec. 

1G07] ar. semee of cross crosslets litchee, a lion ramp. 

sa. — Crest, a lion ramp. ar. crowned or, holding a cro.«s 

crosslet iitehec of the iirst. 



LEW 

Lcveit, |>i»W of t,\x, ar. aDil az. a L<nd, gobontitej, gu. 

and or. 
Levett. Sec Lsott. 
Levi, nr. a- lion ramp. sa. ; on a tiiicf az. an ever or, 

Landle towards tlit- dexter, Lctsv. two f)e2aiits. 
I,evi, Br. on a mount vrt, a lion ramp. ^u. ; on a cliirf az. 

an ewer or, liam'le ti>war:::s lh.-> sinister, bctw. t^^o be- 

laiits. — Crts-t, .1 c'enii lion ramp. j.ii. 
LeVIF.SF.Y. See Lf.VLGFV. 

Levii.loign K, ur. tin. e iiicstutclieons az. on each as 

uiauy niulK'ts of the field. 
LeviUuiijne, ai-. tlirce csLUttheons az; on each a mullet, 

pierced, of ihe liel.l. 
Leving, vr Levinge, per chev. vert and or, three ts- 

callojis I ountertlianucd. — Crtst, a sword, and sheaf of 

■wheat, ill saltier, ppr. 
Leriiig, or Licing, [Woolwirh and Pridgen, Kent] ar. on 

a bend az. three escallops cnuinois. 
Levingk, [hVhind] az. on a chief ar. three ears of wheat 

vert.— Crest, a hell az. ,- ' « 

Lkvings, or Leving, [Dorb. and Warw.' Granted \0 

iSep/.lCll] \ert, a eliev. or, in chief three escallops ar. 

— CresI, within a chaplet vert, an escallop ar. 
Levingston, [Si-otland] az. in chief two cinqiiefoils, in 

base an escallop or. — Crest, a denii Savage, lioldiug over 

the shoulder a club, ppr. 
Levington, [Levinjiton, Cumb. Temp. Henry I.] or, a 

saltier gu. ; on a chief of the second, three boars' heads, 

couped, of the first. 
Levbifjton, ar. a ^altier gu.; on a chief of the second 

three bears' heads, couped, or. 
Levington, tv. on a chev. ar. three cinquefoils sa. 
Levins, [Cambr.] ar. a chev. gu. iu chief three escallops 

of the second. 
Ltvins. The smne arms. — Crest, a bull's head, issuing, 

sa. charged with a crescent pu. 
Leviia, [Essex] gu. hilletlee or, a fesse of the last. 
Levins, ar. on a chief, indented, f-a, three niaitlets of the 

first. 
Levinston, ar. three pinks, slipped, gu. within a double 

Iressure fltirv couuterflory, vert. 
Levinz, [Loiii'on, Northaiiiplon, and Oxon] ar. a vine 

with IraMS and fruit ppr. over all, on a bend sa. three 

escallops of (lie first. — Crest, a iouiriel, sejant, in a 

vinc-branih, all ppr. 
Levin::, ar. on a bend t>a. three escallops erni. — Crest, on 

a toiteaux, a squirel, sejant, ppr. 
Levy, or, three chev. sa. — Crest, an arm, in airuour, 

eiubowed, opaun.ce, ppr. 
Lew, az. a cross, couped, ar. a chief nebulae gii. rajonee 

allernalelv wavy and .strai;.'ht, or. — Crest, a dexter arm, 

holding a roll of vellum, ppr. 
Lewcak, ar. a cliev. sa. betw. three horses' heads, <-oupcri, 

Lewcas, — Crestj on a chapeau, au Jieraldic tiger pass, 
ppr. 

Lewcf.ll, [\Yilt.<.] ar. four fusils, in pale, gn. within a 
bordure sa. hi /aiitoc. 

Leu-ccll or LixisiU, ar. a fc-^se n;asculy gu. wilhiu a bor- 
dure az. bezanlec. 

LEWf us, ar. a chev. iu chief tiiree estallops, ... 

Lewe, [Norf.] or, a saltier ei.gr. vert. 

Lewei.lyn, or Llewellyn, per, pale, or and ar. three 
lions pass, in pale, gu.— Cres?, a phton ppr. 



r .... 

Lew EN, [Sisfon, Lcic] or, p. Ucn.i, rairu'v, i)a.~fe«lvr. t^o 

trefoils, slijipeil, vert. — Crest, the nioon in hei comjile- 

nient ar. .' 

LrwKi:, ar. on a bend sa. i'lree ewers of t':c first. 
Lewks, [Lord Mayor ot f.oriiun 17i>--j qnarleily; first 

and loiiilh or, three stiptn's, conjcned in Iri'ingle, 

verl ; sei oiid and tliiid, ar. a ;ij,u ri,..ip. sa. — Cl^.^(, £u 

eajilu disj.l. sa. the f'et lestin^ oi the v\renth, in the 

beak, and enwrajq^ed loiind tit I o fy, a serpent, ppr. 
Leiviis, [Norwi.h] ar. a chev. betw. tliree trefoils, slipped, 

sa. 
Leuei, [Glaniorcanshire] sa. a lion ramp. ar. within a 

borduri', uobonated ol the second and fiist. 
Leiccs, [Wales] ch-quy, or and az. ; on a fesse gu. three 

leiqxirds" beads jes.->,ii)t-de lis of the fir.-t. 
Leu es, sa. a clicv. betw. three trefoils, slipped, ar. 
Lnccs. See Leicis. 
LEV.KSHOLME, ar. a fleur-de li.s sa. 
Levvhite, [Cronihani, Wilts.] a./., a fesse bctw. thice garb* 

or. 
Lewin, [Hartford] per pale, gu, and az. three bucks' 

heads, erased at the neck, or. — C.est, a buck, trippanl, 

quarterly, ur ar.d az. 
Lewin, [Ottrington, Kent] per i);de, ru. and az. three 

biu ks' heads, couped, or. — Crest, a buck, Irippaut, or, 

gcrf;ed with a chaplet vert. 
Lewin, [Kent] or, a chev. ciigr. az. in chief three escallops 

gu. iu base a buck's head of the last. — Crest, a sea-lion 

ppr. the tail nowed, holding iu the paws a shield gu. 

charged with an escallop or. 
Lewin, or, six martlets gu. three, two, and one. 
Lewin, or Lcwins, or, a bend, counter-embattled, betw. 

two tri foils, slipped, sa. — Crest, a driui lion ramp, sa, 

liohiiu;; a lozenge or, on it a tret'oil, slipjicd, vert. 
Lewis, [Bre. on] ar. a dragon's head and ueck, crai^d, 

veit, holding in the month a bloody hand. 
Lewis, [Bristol and LondcMi] sa. a chev. eim. betw. three 

sjicais' heads ar. 
Lewis, [Canterbury] or, on a chief sa. three etoiles of the 

field.— Ciest, an cvmiiie pass. ppr. 
Lewis, [Domaster. Conjirmcd i'l Oct. 1586] sa. a chev. 

betw. three trefoils, slipped, or. 
Lmis, [Stocke, Dors. ; and Soniers.] crm. on a fesse ar. 

three boars' htads, couped, ar. — Crest, an ar.telojie's 

head, erased, sa. armed, attiied, nianed, tufied, and du- 

cally torged or. 
Lewis, [Essex, Herts, and Yorks.] sa. a chev. betw. three 

trefoils ar. — Crest, out of a ducal lornnet or, a plunic 

of live ostiich's feathers ar. 
Lewis, [The Van and Carn Lloyd, Glairoriianshire] sa. a 

lion ramp. ar. — Crest, a \u<i\ ramp, sijaiit, ar. 
Lewis, [Ro^s(■llrien-i^-Fdeane, Kent] ar. a ihev. gu. betw. 

three beavers' tails, eici I, ppr. — CresI, a demi bca\erppr. 
Lctcis, [llaipton. Lane; and NVestmoH land, in Jamaica] 

sa. an eagle oispl. ar. beaked and h-jrued or — Crt>', on 

a ibapeaii gu. turned up eim.an beraldii; tiger pass. 

Motto, Ilcc oliin Minicnissejiiraiit. 
Lewis, [PtnRWcrne, Mi riuni Ibsliiie] erm. a saltier tu. 
Lmis, [Moi-r.jouli;vliire] i In qiiy, or t.in\ sa. ; on a fesse 

gi). three leo; ;. rds' heads, jessanf''e-lis, of lie fir.il. 
Li'wis, [Iii.rptiiii-Ccuit, Rai'norshiro] quarter'v ; firstand 

fourth, j.r. an eagle difpi. gu.; second and third, ar. a 

lion rarap. sa. crowned or.— Crest, en a chapeau gu. 

tuiued up crm, an heraldic tiger jipr. 



trtfit. (Tiartop, Radnorshire] sa; an raf;le dinj)!. at. 

lioakeU ami le<!!ip<l or. — Cresi, on a ihapeau gu. turned 

up t-rm. an hcraldij licrer. 
Lewii. iSiitloM Maiinn, Salop] gu. a griffin, segrcant, or. 

- Cri!.t, a lit'Mii ^w'tin or. 
Inch, [>]4l\riii Hill, Wurw.] 'xn. th]>e .^leriicnts, nowcd, 

in triaii'ile, ai. wiihin a bor.'tirf cngr. or. 
Lticis. [Mar Li-wi.s and Ledstmi Ihtll, \ oiks.] sa. a clitv. 

Lchs'. three tri-l'oils or. — Crest, out of a I'uL-al coronet, a 

Illume of five o.strithf. featlicis, two or, and ihrte sa. 

ch;ir:.'L-(l with a chev. of the tirtst. Motto, Spe (iilinrcs 

iiriiiis. 
Lewis, verl, a lion r.;ni|i. or. — Cr'-st, on a inounl vert, a 

croliound, eouLi.ant, gu. trillared or. 
jAuis, »z- 11 wolf rani)), ar. — Crest, a drnii wolf ramp. ar. 
Ircwis, paly of sIn, ar. wnd cu.; on a chief az. a lion pass. 

or. ducally crowned or. — Crest, on a cha)ieau gu. turned 

up eini. a prexhonnd sa. collared or. 
lywis, or, a lion ramp. sa. — Crest, a gritlin, segreant, sa. 
J.ciins, per pale indented, az. and ar. three trefoils, slipped, 

of the (irst. 
Lfxris, or Ltvcs, ar. on a fessc az. three boars' heads, 

couped, or, in chief a lion pa.ss. gu. 
Lrwis, per fessc, gu. and ai. three bucks' heads, couped 

at the neck, or. 
I.KWiSTON, [Lcwiston, Dors. ; Durham; and Hunts.] gu. 

three battle-axes ar. 
I.F.WKENOR, cu. three bucks' heads, couped, ar. 
LtWKN'OK, [Kent] gu. three bucks' heads, cabossed, or. 
l^ulnior, [West Dean, Suss. ; and Wore] a;', three chev. 

ar. (Another, or.) — Crest, a greyliound, current, ar. 

collared or. (Avolher crrst, a unicorn's head, erased, 

az. hczantee, horned and niaucd or.) 
AyCuAiior, sa. six doves ar. three, two, and One. 
Lewley, ar. a chev. sa. betw. three herons' heads of the 

fecond, brakt;il gu. 
I.KW.NK, erni. on a bend gu. tliree escallops or. 
I.uws, [Noif] or, a saltier engr. vert. 
Lewsell, ar. a pale fusily gu. wiihin a bordure az. be- 

zantcc. — Ciest, au antelope's bead, guard, or, attired 

Ba. 
Leuscll, ar. a pale iozengy, within a bordure az. bezanl^e. 
ly-uacll. See Lewccll. 

Lf.wson, [Warw.] az. a fcssc wavy or, bctw. three tre- 
foils of ihe second. 
I-^uson, or Levesov, az. a fessc, party jitr fc'se nebulee, 

or and sa. betw. three laurel-leaves, erect, of the 

second. — Crest, a goal's bead, erased, erm. attired or. 
t^u-svn. See Lauson, and Leveson. 
Lewston, [Dors.] gu. three battle-axes, in pale, or, edged 

ar. 
Ll.WTHWAlT, or Levvthwaite, — Crest, an heraldic ti- 

Rer's head, erased, gu. Motio, Tieiis a la veritc. ■ 
LtWYN, [Kent] |ier pale, gu. and az. three bucks' heads, 

fiascd, or. — Crest, a buck, ]iarty per cro><i, or and az. 
"'.''"> I'er pale, gu. and az. three bucks' heads, cooped, 

or. 
'-f-WYs, [Wales] or, a chcv. betw. three ll<ius ramp. gu. 
,"".'/*. sa. a chcv. betw. three trefoils, slipj>ed, ar. 
JF.XHAM, sa. three fleurs de-lis or. 
I-FVISTON, [Lexington, or Laxton, Notts. Temp. Kinrj 

»'('/i;i] ar. a cross patonce az. 

■'^inlnn, [Yorks.] sa. three salticrs engr. ar. 
'-'•nn/oji. The same arms, — Crest, a denii lady, betw. 



L E V 

two branehoi of palm disposed in orle, holding in her 

band a thistle, ppr. 
Lexsinton, or Lesento.n, ar. three saltiers engr. £a. 

in chief n crescent of the second. 
LtiXTON, ar. on a chief iiz. three calbariue-wbeels or. — ■ 

Crest, isbuing from a castle, triple-towered, a dcini lion 

ppr. 
Lev, [Huiks.] az. (wo bars ar. over all a bend gu. wilLin 

a bordure en^r. Eobonatid, of the second and thiril. 
I-<!J, or L'-tjca, [Ihinls.] sa. a chcv. or, betw. three sinis- 
ter hau'ls, (oiiped, ar. 
Lfy, Leye, or J.iie, [Salop] gu. a fesse courter-conijionce, 

or and az. betw. ten billets ar. four, three, two, and oue. 
Ley, [Staffs.] ar. a bend lozengy gu. 
Ley, or Lea, [Warw.] or, on a chief sa. two sithe blades, 

point to point, ar. ( Another, or.) 
Ley, [Wills.] ar. a chev. betw. three seals' heads, couped, 

sa. 
Ley, ar. a chcv. bctw. three boars' heads, couped, sa. 

muzzled or. — Crest, a lion, sejant, or. Motto, T'i«- 

cciido vietiis. 
Ley, ar, a chev. betw. three birds' heads, couped, sa. 
Ley, ar. on a chief sa. three plates. 
Ley, or Lea, or, a saltier sa. ; on a chief gu. three mart* 

lets of the field. 
Ley, or Lea, ar. on a chief sa. three bezants. 
Ley, per chev. or and gu. 
Ley, or Leys, sa. on a chev. or, two sithe blades of the 

(ield. 
Ley. See Lay, Lea, Lee, Lciyh, and Leyc. 
Ley BOCK, ar. six lions ramp. gu. 
Leyf.ohn, ar. on a bend sa. three annulets of the fiist; 

in Ihc sinister chief a trefoil, slipped, of the second. 
Leydornr, [Kent; Cunswiclie, '(Vestm. ; and Caveswick, 

Vorks.] az. six lions ramp. ar. three, two, and oi;c. — - 

Crest, an eagle reguard. with wings expanded, az. 

beaked and kgged or. 
Leyhtniie. The same arms, wilh a label, gobonated, or 

and gu. 
Leylioinc, or Leybotirjte, gu.six lions ramp. ar. (luce, two, 

and one. 
Leyuourne, az. six lions ramj). ar. — CresI, an eagle, 

volant, reguard. az. beaked and Icgaed or. 
Leyhournc. The same arms, within a bordure engr. or. 
Leyljoinnc, ar. six lions ramp. gu. three, two, and oue. 
L/'yboiiriie. See Leyborne. 
Leydourn.s, sa. two lions' jiuws, erased, in saltier, and 

inverted, erm. armed or. 
Leycester, or, 8 fesse gu. betw. three fleurs-de-lis ... 

— CresI, a demi lion ramp, holdint; a (leur-de-lis ... 
Leycester, az. a fesse betw. three flcnrsde-lis oi'. 
l^EYCROFT, erm. a cross patlce throughout, gu. — Crest, 

a band, erect, vested az. holding in the Land j)pr. a. 

cbaplct gu. 
Leye, Ley, mid Lye, gu. a fesse counter-componce, or 

and az. betw. 'en billets ar. four, three, two, and one. — 

Crest, an arm, in armour, enibowcd, holding in tht! 

gauntlet a battle-axe, all ppr. 
Leye. Si e Lciyh, and Ley. 
Leyes. See Ley. 
Leygh. See Leigh. 
Leyii.\51, gu. a suan ar. meuibcred or. — Crest, a shio In 

full sail, ppr. 
Leyke, sa. a bend ar. betw. six annulets fir. 



Lie 

Ixyke, or. od a saltier eugr. sa. nine aoiiulcts or. 

Leykc. See J.cke. 

Leylanp, [Morley, Lane] ar. on a ffsse sa. a lion pass. 

bctw. two csralloj)s of the fiil J, in chief nine cats of 

barley pu. three, liiree, anl tlirce, cath placed, one i:i 

palp and two in saltier, and b mcled with a strin<; or. — 

Crest, a denii dove ar. win^s cndoised az. in the beuk 

tlirec ears of wheat or. 
Leyldnd, [Worley, Lane.] quarterly; first and fourth, or. 

on a liend sa. a lion pass. ar. in chief three roses gu. ; 

second and third, ar. two swords, in saltier, sa. 
Leyland, [Lane] ar. on a fesse sa. a lion lietw. two cres- 
cents of the field. 
Leylky, or Lii.i.Y, t;u. three lilies ar. stalked \ert. 
Leyll, [Scotland] gu. a fret or. 
Leynkshelme, ar. a fleur-de-lis sa. 
Leynham, quarterly, ar. and sa. ; on the first quarter, a 

i3cur-de-lis, gu. ; on tlie second, a fleur-de-lis erm. 
Leynys, az. a, fesse nebulee, charged on each nebnlcc 

with a roundle gu. bctw. six oak-leaves or. — Crest, a 

hand, holdiua; an oak-brauch, acorned or. 
Leys. See Ley. 
Leyton, or LOYTOK, jru. (Another, sa.) on a bend ar. 

three cscalloj)s of the first. 
Leyver, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three leverets, current, sa. 

— Crest, a leveret, couihant, ppr. 
Lezers, or Leyzers, paly of six, or and gu. a fesse az. 
Lezington, ar. a cross patonce az. 
Lhuarch Shawen ^'aux, [Divai, Wales] sa. a boar 

pass. ar. collared gu. on a mount vert, under a holly-bush 

of the last. 
Li ALL, [Kent] gu. six crescents ar. tlirec, two, and one, 

over all a bend, gobonated, or and az. 
Liall, nz. a bend bctw. six cross crosslets fitchce or. 
Liall, gii. six crescents ar. three, two, and one. 
LlARD, [Norf.] ar. a bull pass, coward, sa. within a bor- 

dure of the last, bezantee. 
Liarcl. The same arms. — Crest, an antelope, trippant, 

ppr. collared or. 
LlAT, ar. an eagle displ. gu. ■■ . , • .■ . . 

LtBAND, ar. a lion pass. az. 
Libbekto.n. See Liberton. 
LiEBY, [Stoke Prior, and Brooisgrove, Wore] erm. a 

lion ramp. az. 
Lihhy. The same arms. — Crest, out of a pailiug or, a 

dexter arm ppr. vested gu. holding a baton az. tipped of 

the first. 
LlBERTON, [England] vair, on a pale gu. three leopards' 

heads, guard, erased, or. — Crest, a stag's head, coujied, 

az. 
Liberton, [of that Ilk] vert, a leopard's face ar. 
Liberton, or Libber ton, [Liberton, Scotland] az. a leo- 
■ pard's head, ^uard. erased, or. 
LiCHFiELii, [Oxon] per chev. sa. and ar. in chief three 

leopards' heads or. — Crest, an arm, eir.bowed, vested ar. 

holding in the ban 1 jipr. a bow or, strung gu. 
Lichfield. The same arms. — Crest, on a chapeau gu. a 

garb piir. 
Lichfield, [icr chev, sa. and ar, three leopards' heads, 

counterchaiigcd. 
Lichfield, az. two beoJs ar. 

LlCKFOKI>, sa. a chev. betw. three leojiards' lu-adsnr. 
LicufNFiED), per chev. sa. and ar. three leopards' heads, 

ia chief, or. ,. , ,. . , 



L 1 D' 

LicHTERviELT), [Holland] sa. a cbieferm. ^ ! 

Lick IE, [Scotland] ar. two bends az. on liic first three 
roses or, on the lust as many acorns of llie first- Crest, 
two hands, coujied bt low iliv wrist, suppcitiug a sword 
ppr. hilt and pomel o: 

LiCKTON, gu. a I licv. iiii;i . or, betw. three cinqucfoils ar. 

LiDDKl., [Ldinliuri'h] gu. (Ill a bind bttu. a cross cross- 
let (itr bee iu ihi"(, an i a tb'iir delis in base, ar. three 
spur roHcIs, of tlie fii.-^t. — Crest, a rose, bli))ped, ppr. 
Motto, IJ.'iic od;r et sanilus. 

Liddel, [Hiiikertouii, SiolLnd] gu. on a bend sinister ar. 
a mnlkt sii. (Afterwards altered to, a bind dexter, 
charged with three niidlets si.) 

LiDDELL, liaron U.A VESSWORTH, of Ravensworth 
Ca.stle, and a lUiromt. [Creations. Bart. 2 Nov. lGi2; 
Baron, XT July. 1821. 7^«K/e«cCi% Ravensworth Castle, 
and Bradley Hall, Durham; Esliiigton Hciisc, N'.ninb. 
7'ouvi IIoiiy:e, 51, Portland Place] ar. fretly pu. ; on a 
chief of the last three leop.ird's t';ices or; on an csiuteheon 
of pretence gu. a fesse betw. two lions jiass.or, for Si/iipaon. 
— Crest, a lion rump. sa. billettee or, dncally crowned 
gold. Supporters, two leopards or, spotted, and mu- 
rally goracd, purp. Motto, Faina semper vivit. 

Liddell, [Dnrham and N.unib.] ar. fretty gu. ; on .a chief 
of the last, three leopards' heads of the first. — Crest, a 
lion ramp. sa. bilkltce or, crowned v\ith an eastern 
crown of the last. Motto, Unns et idem. 

Liddell. Sec Lidell. : 

LlljDERnALi:, [.St. Mary Isle, Scotland] az. a chev. erm. 
— Crest, an eai^le's head, erased, ppr. Motto, /^ore- 
sight is all. 

Liddcrdale, [London, descended from Scoilantl] The 
same arms, witliin a bordnre engr. ar. — Crist, as tin.- 
last. iMotto, J^er bcllo (jui prooidct. 

LlDniARD, alias StraTTON,: [Rockley, Wills.] qiKir- 
terly; first and fourth, erm. on a chev. or, lli.-ic mnllet?," 
pierced, gu.; second and tbiid, or, on, a ciiicl indented 
az. three escallops of the first.— Crest, a demi lion ramp, 
ar. holding in the dexter paw a niullit gu. 

LiDDIAT, [Chcstball, Staffs.; and WalsrdI, Wore] gn". 
a fesse erminois, betw. three wohes' heads, couped, or. 
— Crest, a wolf's bead, erased, per. pale, erminois and 

LiDDLE, gu. a fe.sse wavy betw. three boars heads, era- 
sed, ar. — Crest, two lions' ganibs, erased, supporting a 
column p))r. 

LlDEL, ar. fretty gu. on a chief of the second, three leo- 
pards' heads or. — Crest, tv>o hands, conjoined in,fe.«se, 
each hand united to a wing at tlie wrist. 

LinELL, or Liddell, [Scotland] gu. on a. beml ar. three 
niullels az. in chief tv\o bezants. — Crest, a denii lion or, 
holding in the dexter paw a mullet gu. 

LiDGBIRD, [Plumsted, Kent; and Rongham, Snff. Granted 
1740] quarterly, gu. and az. a chov. erm. in chief two 
eagles disjil. ar. in base a lion pass, or.— Crest, on a 
wreath ar. and gu. a mural crown or, therein a trunk of 
a tree pjjr. sprouting vert, surnioiiiUed with a peli..an of 
the third, vulniiig herself of the fourth, ducally crowned 

LiDSKL, [Essex] gu. three garbs ar. 

LlDSKY, [London] gu. a fesse, clicquy, or and az. in chief 
a trefoil, slipped, bclw. two ninilels of the second. — 
Crest, a dcnii gnliiu, segrcant, nz. beaked and legged 
gu. in the dcMcr ciiw a trefoil, tlipj)cd, or., j 



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liiiwAIi, [Balhehar, S.otlaiu'i] per fossei gfii. ami ar. a 
f'l'sse wavy az. "itii sp.ki s on e.tcli side, counlerchaiiged, 
nu csciitciicoii siir nut o ■. 

LiK. [Clii's.l ai. a benil lusiiv, in the sinister corner a 
crcseent sa. 

/,iV, sa. a clicv. or, lietw. (lirie hawks' leures ar. 

I.IESIS, III- LvFJNYS, az. a fcs^so nrbulee aj. guttee de 
siiiiu, lictw. s:x leaves or.— Crest, an arm, eouped at tile 
f lliow, an I erect, veite<l ar. liol.liiig in the hand j)i)r. a 
huiiiii of acorns vert, frncted Oi'. 

LiKunENKOon, [Prosoett iJiJI, near Reading, Ijcrks.] ar. 
lliree ben'is sa.; on a thiet' gu. a denii l)nck, sahent, 
issnant, ar. iittircd and uugnled or. — Crest, out of an 
eastern eoronet -^u. two antelopes' liorns ar. round each 
a ribbon twisted, vert 

Life, or, on a fesse l)etw. three martlets sa. as n;aiiy harts 
ofthetield. 

I.IKF.II-DK, [Surrey] quarterly of ten; first, or, on a ehev. 
betw. tl)rte (knji lions gu. as in my trefoils, slij<|)ed, of 
tile field ; seeoiid, ar. a cluv. betw. three eagles' less, 
erased, a In quise, sa.; third, pu. three l)eiidlels vair ; 
fourtli, or, on a bend sa. three iioats ))ass. ar. attired of 
the field ; iifth, sa. a chcv. bctn . three bulls' heads, ca- 
bossed, ar. ; sixth, s,n. a fes<e (onnter-conipouec, ar. and 
sa. bctw. six crosses patlee of the second; seventh, or, 
two beiidkts, enhaiised, gu. ; eighth, bendy of eight, or 
and az.; ninth, sa. a cross betw. four bees, volant, or ; 
tenth, az. a chev. or. — Cre.-t, a bull's head, cabossed, 
ar. armed or, chargeil on the forehead with three ermine 
spots, one and two. 

LiFERNELl., erin. on a fesse ^n. three bucks' lieads or. 

LiFF, ar. three cinquefnils, pierced, az. a canton of the 
last. 

LiFIELD, [.Surre\]' erni. on a eliev. betw. three dcnii lions 
ramp. gu. as many trefoils, slipped, or. — Crest, same as 
LlFE^lLDF.. 

LiFTON, ar. a bend indented, sa. 

LlGF.N, [liailickston, Linv. formerly of Hainault. Granted 
20 Jan. I(il9] or, a chief thequy, ar. and az. over all a 
bend gu. • ' - 

l.IGGEN. See f.lNGEV. 

'.IGH, [Hiijiiliiih, Chester. GrantedS />ec.l580] ar. a lion 
ramp. gu. — Crest, a cubit arm, erect, in armour, ppr. 
garnished or, holding iu the hand, also jjpr. a tilling 
Bjiear of the first, head<-d ar. 

^'yh, [Cornw.] vert, a saltier bctw. four eagles displ. or. 

^'0^, ar. a bend lozengy, betw. two cross crosslcis fitcliec 
sa. 

ii'/A, or, a cross engr. vert. i • 

'■'gk, or, on a chev. sa. three bezants; 

^'?A, or Liylie, sa. a cross engr. ar. 

'■'O''- See Ly,:. ; 

l^lGHAM, bany of six, or and az. a bend gu. 

|'"^HE, [Cunib.] crin. on a chcv. sa. three bezants. 

'•lUHLY.' See LILLY. 

Light, [tlorh-y, Oxon; and Lites Gary, Somers.] gu. a 
chcv. betw. linec suc.iis, risini', ar.— Crest, a jiliinie of 

. llirce feathers, two gu. middle one ar. issuiuii i'roni bi hin i 
^ denii swau, nsin'j, of the sccoinl, inside of lit r winjs o\' 
'lie first. 

^.'7''', gUi a chcv. betw. tlirec duck"; ar. — Crest, a swan's 
"tck ar. Letiv. two wings, expanded, [;u. behind the neck 
" plur.is of tli-i'e ostrich's feathers, oue ar. betw. twogu. 
*ii lurniu- over the bead. 



LIG 

/.(■;/«/, vert, a salliiM- betw. four eagles disj)!. or. . -V 

Liijiit, gu. three swans ar. 
U.jla. "See Lcte. 

LlGHTr.'jDV, [(ilas'.'ow] az. on a jiale or, betw. two mul- 
lets in chief, and as many crescents in base, ar. a lion 

ramp. gu. — Crest, a star, issuant from a cloud, jtpr. 

AJotto, Clnrior e Untliiis. 
L:</!itbo(lii, [Scotland] az. on a jiale bctw. two mullets or, 

y lion rump. gu. wilhiu a bordnre ar. — Crest, as the last. 

.Motto, /i Unclii it: lux. 
LunnnoitNK, [Mandiester] az. six lions ramp, three, 

(no, and one, ar. ; on a bordure of the second ten hurts. 

— Cresr, an ea^lc displ. az. beaked and menibered or. 
Li(/hl(f'>iHC, [Somers.] az. six lions ar. tiirte, two, and one 

V ithiii a bordnre eiiiir. or. 
Liylttbijnie, or Likchurne, sa. three lozenies ar. 
LlOHTr.<u;i;NE, [L:(ncasler. Gniiited 3 June, XdQ-l] The 

same rrms and cre>t as LlGHTBdRNE, Manchester. 
L!GllTniKNE, [Ireland] az. a water-bouget or; on a chief 

ar. three bemllets sa. — Crest, out of a <lucal coronet, a 

cock.it rice's head betw. two wings. 
LlGHTFOOT, [.\sh,''ord, Kent] barry of six, or and gu.; 

on a bend sa. three escalloiis ar. 
Li rf /afoot. Tlie same arms. — Crest, a human heart, pierced 

wiih a ]v,ission-nail, in bend. 
L'ujhifoot, [Lon Ion] barry of six, or and gu.; on a bend 

s.i. three escallojis of the tiist. 
Lirjhlfoot, .., three bars ..,over all a bend charged with 

as many escallops .. . — Crest, a trri'hn's licad, erased, 

gorged with a collar charged with three escallops. 
LiGliTFORD, az. a pale rayonee or. 
LlGliTLlE, ar. on a fesse sa. an annulet of the field. 
LiGll roN, [UHishaven, Scollaiifll ar. a lion ram]>. gu. 

armed or. — Crest, a lion's head. iMoJlo, Liyht on. 
Li(jhto}i, [Scotland] The same arms. — Crest? n Minerva's 

head, in I rout, ppr. 
Liyhlon, [Scotland] ar. a lion, salient, gu. (Another, 

armed or.) 
Liijliion, [Scotland] gu. an eagle displ. r.r. ; on a chief az. 

three loses of the tiel.l. — Crest, an eagle's head, erased, 

jipr. holding in the beak an acorn oi, stalked and leaved 

vei t. 
L'uj It loll , [Sweden; descended from Scotland] ar. a lion 

ramp. s:ti. armed and langued az. — Crest, a palm-tree 

vert. iMotto, Ptr adicrsa rirtus. 
LlGHTV\OOD. See LlZTHED. 

LiGiLTON, ar. a diev. betw. three crescents sa. therefrom 
fire issuing, ppr. 

LiGNEV. Sic LlNGF.N. 

LfGO, [I'lircot, Westou-Turville, anrl Stoke-Mandeville, 
Bucks.] or, on a pale sa. three etoiles of the field. — 
Crest, on a ehapeati az. turned up ar. an etoile betw. 
two wings, cxiiHUiled, or. 

LiGON", [Upton .St. Leonard's, Cilouc; and Madresficld, 
Wore] ar. two lions pass, in pale, su. — Crest, a Sara- 
ten's head p|>r. wreathed about t!ie tei-.iples ar. and gu. 
(Anvthcrcnst, an old man's iiead ppr. hair and beard sa.) 

Lifjoii, ar. Umi lions piss, in pale, sa. 

Lif/oit, cliequy, ar. anrl az. a fesse gu. 

LiGorniKK, [Earl Ligoiiicr, Ireland] gu. a lion rarap. or; 
on a chief ar. a miiilet betw. two crescents az. — Crest, 
out of a mural coronet or, a dcmi lion erminois, holding 
in the liexter pawa palmdirarich vcrt. Motto, A rcye 
tt victQria. 



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Id^onicr, [London, anH Cobliani, Surrey] gu. a lion 
ramp, or; on h rliicC ar. a crtsti'Mt \>vtw. two annulets 
. h7.. — Cicst, a (knii licin r:iinji. irmiiiois, itsuiri; out ot a 
mural loroMLt, gu. l)olirMi<: in the ilexler |)u\v a paliu- 
brancli, M'lt. 

Ligonier; [Frame] pu. a lion raiiip. ar. ; on a chief of ihc 
secopil, a crisifiit l)etw'. t«o iiiuHets az. 

LtKEBORNF.. See LlGHTPORNE. 

Lli.noRNE, orLlLDOURNF, sa. tliree uater-bougetd ar. 
— Crfst, a laslle, tiiple-towered, l>j>r. flagged sa. 

Lilboriic, ermines, a t hev. hetw. three crescents or. 

Lilbomc, sa. three dossers ar. 

Lilborni', eriii. n ehev. hctw. three cresceiitscir. 

Lli.BliKNE, o?- I.ll.DORNE, [TliiekUv, I'inehcrdon, Dur- 
ham] ar. three water-hougets sa. — Crest, a dexter arm, 
in armour, ppr. holding a truneheon or. Motto, Vis 
virifragilis. 

LiLE, [Midd.] erminois, on a chief az. three lions ramp, 
or. 

Lile, erm. a lion ramp. sa. 

Lite, or Lisle, or, on a chief az. three lions ramp, of the 
first. ' 

Lile, ar. on a canton gu. a lion pass, of^the first. 

Lile. See Lisle, and Lille. 

LiLEnoRNE, sa. three swans ar. 

Lileboriie, sa. three swans ar. within a bordure of the se- 
cond. 

Lilcborne, sa. three lozenges ar. 

Lilcborne, cini. ori a chev. az. tliree crescents or. 

LlLGRAVE, or LiLLGRAVE, [Yorks.] ar. on a chev. Letw. 
three water-lougcts sa. as many etoiles or. 

LiLL, [Ireland] gu. a hend ar. betw. six crescents or.— 
Crest, a hand, erett, issuing out of a cloud, holding an 
suchor, in jiale, ppr. 

Lill, or Liifll, [Ktnt] gu. a bend, gobonated, or and az. 
betw. si.\ cnsittils ar. 

LlLLAN, — Cus-t, a hand, holding a dagger, on the point 
a Moor's head, couped at the shoulders. 

LlI.LBVFN, sa. three lozenges ar. 

Lille, [Knts.j ar. on a fesse betw. two chev. sa. three 
roses or. 

Lille, or Lile, ar. a fosse betw. six oioilts, pierced, gu. — 
Crest, on a cbapeau jipr. a lion, (ouchant, or. 

LiLLEBOitNEj jier pale, ar. and sa. a chev. counter- 
changed. 

LiLLEGRANE, [York.'..] or, on a chev. betw. three waler- 
bougels sa. as n)any stars of the field. 

LiLLEY, — Crist, an oak-lrec ppr. 

LlLLGKAVE. S(e LlLGRAVE. 

LlLLlE, [England] per chev. cr. and gu. three lilies coun- 
terchangcil. — Crest, a rose gu. betw. the attires of a 
stag or. 

Lillie, [ScolKuKJ] az. three lilies ar. — Crest, a deNfer hand 
ppr. issuing out of a cloud, grasping a club, also ppr. 

Lillie, per ehev. engr. ar. and gii. three lilies counter- 
changed. 

Lillie, [Scotland] az. a crescent or, betw. three lilies ar. 

Lll.LlNG, gu. thicc pikes, naiant, in pale, \Nilbiu a bonlure 
engr. ar. 

LjLLlNGE, or LiLLiNG, [Novf] gu. three fishes, naiant, 
ar. within a bordure 'engr. of the second. (Another, the 
bordure plain.) 

Lillingc, gu, three salnioii.s, naiant, in pale, within a bor- 
dure erm. 



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LiLLtNOTON, [Dors.] ( h.iiuv, ar. and vert. . . . 

Lilly, or J.K.HLY, [N\u;i;,li, Vorks.] ar. on a fcjw m. 

a tlmir-dp-lis or. 
Litlif. The san.e aims.— Cifst, atlcxter hand apauru^e gu. 
Liili/, or Lidey, [N.iin.ji. aixi Ki.ts.] or, (Another, ar.) on 

a fes.se, l,efw. two che\. >a. ihrte roses ar. 
Lillij, [Irilainl] — Crest, a ium ramp, royally crowned. 
Lily, [l>ionisgio\e. Wore] gu. three hiies, slipped, ar. 

LlMBEltGH. SeeLlNBLKY. 

LiMBERY, or Lymlrey, [Dors.] per jiale, ar. and gu. 
a chev. hctw. three linns ramp, eounteichaiiged. — Crest, 
a iinii.oru pass. gu. <rined, armed, and hooted or. 

LlMBol!NE, ar. ail iiiiseutcheon sa. within an orle of 
martlets gu. — Crest, a dexter haml holding a hunting- 
horn, sans strings, ppr. i 

Limborne, ar. a chev. sa. within an oile of nine oiartkts 

LiM BRAKE, vert, three lions ramp. ar. 

LiMBLK, ar. three ciiif|uifoils, pitreed, ^u. 

LlMBURNE, ar. an iiiescutcheon, betw. eight cinquefoils, 

in orle, gu. 
Liiiibnrne, ar.au inescutcheon sa. betw. eight martlets, in 

orle, gu. 
LiMBLRY, [Dors, and Limehouse, Midd.] per pale, ar. 

and gu. a chev. betw. three lions ramp, eouuterchanged. 
Limbtni;, ar. six cinquefoils sa. three, tv\o, and one. 
Lime, gu. three lozenges, in pale, ar. 
LiMESRY, [Long Iching, Warw.] gu. three eagles displ. 

or. 
Limescij. The same arms.— Crest, the stump of an oak- 
tree sprouting forth new hrauches, ppr. 
Limesdi, or, an eagle displ. gu. a bordure sa. verdoy of 

cinquefoils ar. 
Limcscy, or, an eagle displ. sa. a bordure of the last, ver- 

doy of cinquefoils ar. 
LlMESl, [UUerIi, NVarw. Temp. William the Conrjueror] 

or, an eagle displ. az. armed gu. 
LiMESiE, ar. two bars gu. — Crest, a rose-bush, bearing 

roses, ppr. 
LiMPENtE, [Her. Of. c. 22, in Stewefs Pedigree] per 

pale, sa. and gu. a mouutaiu-cat betw. tiiree roses ar. 
LiMSEY, [Arhy', Warw. Tevtp. Henry HL] gu. an eagle 

dis| I. or, armed sa. 
Limscy, gu. three allerions displ. or. 
Limsey, or, an eagle disjil. gu. within a bordure of the 

seceuid, charged with cuht cinquefoils ar. 
LiNACKE, sa. a chev. b<tw. three escallops ar. a chief or. 

(Another, « barges the chief with a bear's head, muzzled, 

sa.) 
Linocrc, sa. a chev. betw. three escallops ar. ; on a chief 

or, three cieyhounds' heads of the fiist. 
LiNAKCE, [Y'orks.] az. u chev. betw. three fleuis-de-lia 

ar. 
Liuarcc, ar. on a fesse az. five stars or. 
LlNCVRY, or LiMDEKGil, ar. six cinquefoils sa. pierced 

gu. three, (wo, and one. 
LiNCH, sa. three lynxes, salient, ar. — Crest, a lynx pass. 

ar. 
Lincoln, nr. on a cross vert, an etoile, pierced, or. 
LINCOLNE, [Dors, and Somers. Temp. lUeh. I.] quar- 
terly, per pale indented, or and gu. ; in the first and 

fourth, a cross of five lozenges of the second. 
Lineohie, ar. a lion ramp. sa. gorged with a ducal coronet 

or. — Crest, a lion ramp, as in the arms. 



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Uncolnc, gu. a lion raiiip. ov. — Crest, out ot a ducal 
coronet or, a ilemi lion \t\n. crowned with an antique 
crown ol" tlic first. 
LtHCobic, ar. a leojiard rain|). sa. 
Lincolnc, or, a Itojiard rani|i. sa. armed ar. 
Lincotnc, or, on a cross ^u. IIm; etoiles ar. 
Lincolne, ar. on a cioss az. SImj mullets or. 
I.iNl>, gii- '"o sjtcars, in saltiir, buiw. a niulitt in chief, 
and a crescent in base, all ar. within a bordure of the 
last, cntovre of fleurs-de-lis and annulets, alternatelv, 
az. — Crest, two s))rig;s of laurel, in saltier, ppr. Motto, 
over the crest, Semper vircseit virtus. 
l.ISDi", [Dors.] gu. three bucks' heads, couped, ar. 
JAnde, sa. three leopards' faces ar. 

LlNDESAY, [VVorniiston, .Scotland] gu. a fesse chequy, ] 
ar. and az. betw. three mullets iu chief, and a lozenge 1 
ill base, of the second. — Crest, an ostrich holding" a 
horse-shoe jipr. Motto, PotknLia ei/icit. 
I.lNDESEl, o) LiNUSEY, [War'.v. Tewp. JJcnry JIJ.] gu. | 
three eagles displ. or. I 

LiNDESEY, or, semee of cross crosslets gu. an orlc vert, i 
Ll.NUOK, .., a cliev. betw. three doves ... i 

Limlon, [Ireland] — Crest, an arm, enibowed, vvielding a j 
scimitar, jipr. Motto, Piilria cara, carior libtrtas. \ 
Li.NDORES, gii. a castle ar. 1 

Li.MDSAY, Earl of BAJXARRAS, Fifeshire; and Lord; 
Lindsay, of Cunimerland. [Creations, Lord, "27 June,\ 
1033; "Earl, Jan. 1(J50-J. Residenee, \\e\^h Hall, 
Lane] quarterly; first and fourth, gu. a fesse chequy,; 
ar. and a.z. ior Lindsay ; second and third, or, a liou j 
ramp. gu. debruised by a ribbon, in bend, sa. for Aber- ' 
ncthy ; all within a bordure of the third, semee of stars , 
or. — Crest, a tcut ppr. semee of stars or. Supporters, 
two lions, sejant, guard, gu. collared az. charged v\ith ; 
three stars or. Motto, Astra casira, nuvu-n lumen. 
Lindsay, [Knl. of the Bath, Installed 15 June, 17"2] ' 
quarterly ; fust and fourth, gu. a fesse chequy, ar. and 
az. ; second and third, or, a lion ramp. gu. over all a 
hendlet sa. — Crest, a cubit aiin ppr. holding a swoid, 
erect, ar. hilt and pomel or; on the point a balance, or 
pair of scales, of the last. Motto, Recta t-el ardiia. 
Lindsay, [Earl of Cia\\furd, ani:o ]3!io] quait'.iK ; first 
and fourth, gu. a fesse chequy, ar. and -ai. ; second ami 
third, or, a lion ramp. au. debiuiscd tiy a ribbon, in 
btud, sa. — Crest, an ostrich pp;-. holding in the beak a ! 
key. Motto, Endure fort. i 

Lindsay, [Balgays and Edziell, Scotland] The same. 
Lindsay, [Lord Spyuzie, loOOl Tiie same arms, a label of 
three points ar. (Another, a crescent) lor ditl. — Crest, 
an ostrich's head, erased, p|)r. in the beak a borse-shoe 
<ir, asid a label, as in the arms, about ils neck. : j 

Lindsay, [lllackholiu, Scotland ; Lion Ihf/istcr] gu. a 
fesse chequy, ar. and az. in chief a label of three points 
ot the second. — Ciest, a wilherctl branch of oak, sprout- { 
"ig forth green leaves, ppr. Motto, Mi:rtua vivescunt. \ 
Liialsay, [I'dcbo, Scotland] quarterly ; fust and fourth, 
12. a fesse chequy, ar. and of the first, betw . three nias- 
clcs or ; second and third, ar. on a chev. sa. an otter's 
head, eraseil, of the (iekl. — Crest, an otter's head and 
'leck, erased, sa. Motto, Dcbonnair. 
Lindstty, [Hyres, Scotland] gu. a fesse chequy, ar. and az. 
"I (liief three stars of the second.- — Crest, a swan, with 
«ings expanded, ppr. Motto, Live, but dread. 
Luidsuy, [Cainiie, Scotland] quarterly ; lirst and fourth. 



L I N 

gu. a fesse checpiy, within a bordure com|>onee, ar. and 

az. ; second ami thini, Aberncthy. — Crest, two stalks 

of wheat, disposed saltierways, ppr. Motto, Non solum 

armis. 
Lindsay, [Cantorlaiid, Scotland] ar. a fesse chequy, az. 

and of the (irst, within a bordure cngr. of the second. 
Lindsay, [Cavill, Scotland, IJon Jieyistcr] The quar- 

tercii arms of the 1-arl of Crawfurd, within a bordure 

quarteied, or ami gu. charged with eight martlets, 

counttrcliatiged. — Crest, an ostrich's liead, erased, pj)r. 

Motto, Sisjortis. 
Lindsay, [Corsbasket, Scotland] gu. a fesse chequy, ar. 

andaz. betw. two stars in chief, and a cinquefoil in base, 

of the Second. 
Lindsay, [Covingtoun, Scotland] gu. a fesse chequy, ar. 

and az. in base a masde or. (Another, betw. three mas- 

cles ar.) 
lAndsay, [Ciilsh, Scotland, lAon Register'^ gu. a fesse 

chcqnv, ar. and az. in chief a mullet of the second, and 

the base undee as the third, all vvilhin a bordure engr. 

or, for dilf. — Crest, a tower, ppr. eusigned on the top 

with a crescent ar. Motto, Firiniter maneo. 
Lindsay, [Dovvhill, Scotland] gu. a fesse chequy, ar. and 

az. in chief a star of the second. ^Crest, a castle, pjjr. 

iMotlo, Firnnis munco. 
Lindsay, [Dunrodis, Scotland] gu. a fesse clicquy, ar and 

az. belvi. three stars of tlie second. — Crest, the same as 

of lUackholm. 
Lindsay, [Edinburgh, descended of Dunrodis, Lion Regis- 
ter] gu. a fesse chequy, ar. and az. betw. three garbs 

of the second, banded of the first. — Crest, a dexter 

hand, holiling a branch of olive, j>pr. Motto, Mutiio 

amore cresco. 
LJndsuy, [E\lick, Scotland] Tlie quartered arms of the 

Earl of Craw furd, within a bordure ar. — Crest, a sword, 

in pale, on the point a balance and scales, ppr. Motto, 

Ri etc eel ardna. 
Lindsay, [Kils}iiiidy, Scotland. Lion Register] The same 

as of Evli( k, charging the bordure with eight roses gu. 

Lindsay, [Kirkforther, Scotland] gu. a fesse chequy, ar. 

' and az. betw. three stars iu chief, and a huntiua, horn 

in base, of the second. — Crest, au ostrich, with a key in 

its beak. Motto, Lire, but dread. 
Lindsay, [Linbaiik, Scotlaini] gu. a fesse chequy, ar. and 

az. betw. two stars, in chief, and a hunting horn, iu base, 

of the second. 
Lindsay, [The Mount, .Scotland ; xeho was Lion ICimj at 

Arms] gu. a fesse chc(piy, ar. and az. beiw. three stars 

in chief, ami a man's heart in base, ar. ,, 

Lindsay, [Payetslon, Scotland] gu. a fesse chequy, ar. 

and az. betw. three stars in chief, and in. base a mascle 

of the second. 
Lindsay, [I'itscandly, Scotland, Limi Register] gu. a fesSe 

chcipiy, ar. and az. a ilagger, paleways, in base, ppr. 

and in chief a inullet for ditf. 
Lindsay, [NVauchop, Scotland] gu. a fesse chequy, ar. and 

az. in chief a label of three points of the second. 
LiMisEY, [Cumb.] or, an eagle displ. purp. membered 

gu. 
Liudscy, [Hunts.] vair, an orle ar. a bordure gu. charged 

with eight cross crosslets or. 
IJndsiy, [London; and Biicksted, Suss. Conjirmcil '10 

June, KJUU] or, an eagle ilispl. sa. arujctl and membered 

az. a chief vair. 

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lAndscy, [London] or, an eagle dis|)l. sa. a chief vair. 
Lindsti/, [Warw.] gu. three laiiles displ. or, im-rnbered az. 
Lindseif, ar. on a chief sa. three gritiiiis' heads, erased, of 

the field. 
Lindney, gu. an eac;le displ. or, armed sa. 
Lindsey, or, an oaofle displ. purp. armed az. 
Lindsey, or, an eagle displ. sa. charged on the breast «ith 

ten plates in cross. 
LiNESLEY, [Linesley, Lane] sa. a liou ramp. betw. eight 

crosses pattec fitchce, ar. 
J^incsley. Tiie same arms. — Crest, an arm, in armour, em- 
bowed, liolilitic> in the glove a saljre, all ppr. 
LlNFORl), qiiarlcrly, gu. and or, on the lirst and fourth 

an escallop ar. — Crest, a talhot pass. ar. 
LlNGAlNE, harry of six, or and az. over all on a bend gu. 

three roses ar. 
LiNGAKD, harry of six, or and az. on a bend sa. three 

escallops ar. 
Lingard, or, a fcsse bendy of eight, sa. and ar. betw. three 

rests gu. — Crest, a stag's head affrontee, gorged with a 

ducal coronet ))pr. 
^INGAYNE. See LiNGEN. 
LiNGEINE, barry of six, ar. and az.; on a bend gu. three 

roses of the first. 
LiNGEN, orLiNGAY.NE, [Derb.; Glouc; N.amp.; Salop; 

and Witton-Lingayne, AVorc] barry of six, or and az. ; 

on a bend gu. (Another, az.) three roses ar. — Crest, out 

of a ducal coronet or, a garb vert. 
Lingcii, or Linyvy, [France] ar. three chev. sa. 
Linyen, [N.unib.] paly of six, or and az. ; on a bend gu. 

three chaplets ar. 
Lingeit, Liygcn, or Liyney, chequy, ar. Rud az. a fesse 

gu. — Crest, a dexter arm, embowed, in armour, brand- 

jsliing a scimitar, fastened to the wrist, all ppr. 
Linger. See Lyngarde. 
LiNGHAM, bendy of six, sa. and or, a chief gu. — Crest, 

two branches of oak, in saltier, ppr. 
Li.nghooke, or Lynlooke, [Terrinston, Norf.] paly 

of four, az. and gu. a fesse dancettee, betw. three bulls' 

heads, erased, or. — -Crest, a grithu's bead, erased, gu. 

gorged with a collar dancettee or, in the beak a violet 

az. stalked and leaved vert. 
LiNGNE, ocDeLingne, [Harlaxton, Line] gu. a chief 

chequy, ar. and az. over all a bend or. 
Linguv, ar. a saltier cngr. az. a bordure or. 
Lingvy. See Lingen, 
LiNGWooD, [Braintrec, Essex] az. on a saltier betw. four 

fleurs-de-lis or, five annulets gu. — Crest, a talbot's liead 

or, pelltttee, gorged with a mural coronet of the first. 
Linguood. The same arms. — Crest, an antelope's head, 

erased, erni. 
LiNiSEY, gu. an eagle displ. or, membered az. 
Linley, [Shegby, Scotland] ar. on a chev. sa. three grif- 
fins' heads, erased, of the first. — Crest, out of a ducal 

coronet gu. a demi boar or. 
LlNNACRE, ar. on a cross az. five etoiles or. 
LiNNE, [London] sa. a trefoil or, charged with a German 

text r. 
Linnet, sa. a chev. betw, three boars' heads, couped,ar. 

—Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a double plume of 

ostrich's feathers ar. five and four. 
Linnet, sa. a chev, betw. three bears' heads, erased, ar, 

luuzzleil gu. 
LiNNETT, ar. seraee of cross crosslets, a lion ramp. sa. 



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LiNNING, [Scotland] ar. three bars nebulee gu. — Crest, 
a cubit dexter arm, hrandishiri!; a broad sword, all ppr. 

LrNQUE.oc LiNQ, [Line, descended ofa family of Linfjue, 
in the Province of Hairiault] or, a chief chequy, ar. and 
az. over all a bend gu. — Crest, on a mount vert, a lion, 
sejant, guard, or, re|)osing his font on a caltrap az. 

LiNSEV, or, an eagle displ. sa. charged with seven plates, 
in pale. 

Liusey, sa. an eagle displ. or. 

Liiispy, . , , an eagle displ.. ., charged ou the body with a 
quatrefoil. — Crest, a demi eagle displ. charged as in the 
arms. 

Ll NSKIEL, or, an eagle tlispl. with two heads purp. beaked 
and membered gu. a chief nebulee az. — Crest, a demi 
eagle displ. with two heads or, holding in the beak a 
scroll with this motto, Victor. 

Lint, ar. three battle-axes gu. — Crest, a dexter band gn. 
holding a cross crosslet fitchee sa. 

Linton, [Cambr.] ar. on a cross ^n. five roses of tlie field. 
— Crest, a gritfiu's head, erased, ... 

Linton, [Drumerick, Scotland] gu. a cross crosslet ar. 
betw. four crescents or. 

Linton, [Scotland] gu. an eagle displ. ar. ; on a chief of 
the last, three roses ^^f the tiist. — Crest, an eagle's head, 
erased, holding in the beak an acorn, stalked and leaved, 
all ppr. 

Linton, vaire, or and az. 

Lintot, .., a fesse \aire, ar. and vert, betw. three garbs 
. . . — Crest, lv\o lions' ganibs, issuing out of the wrt-ath, 
holding up a garb. 

LiNwooD, gu. a hind betw. tliroe phecns or. — Crest, a 
demi talbot, holding in the mouth an arrow ppr. 

Linuood. The same arms, withiu a bordure <;ngr.. . jdatee. 

LlOLL. See LiLL. 

Lion, [Lord Mayor of London, 1.5.j4] az. on a fesse cngr. 
or, betw. three bezants, on each a grithu's head, erased, 
sa. a lion pass, guard, betw. two tinquefoils gu. 

Lion. The same arms as Lyon, Hertford, <V'c. 

LlONNEL, ar. three bars gu. Ix'tw. eiiht etoiles sa. one, 
thiee, three, and one.— Crest, an antique crown. 

F^JONS, per pale, or and az. a chev. (Another, a fesse) 
crm. 

Lions ue, ar. a lion ramp, gu.- 

LlossE, sa. a saltier or, betw. four billets ar. 

LlPPlNCOTT, Bart. [Bristol, O.i J//A;, IT'/ti. Reaidincc, 
Stoke I'ark, Bristol. Toiin House, 10, Portnian Square] 
quarterly; first and fourth, )ier fesse embattled, cu. and 
sa. three lalbots, statant, guard, ar. ; second ami third, 
sa. a chev. ar. betw. three mermaids ppr. criued and 
combed or. — Crest, out ofa mural coronet i.'u. a plume 
of six ostrich's feathers in one row, alternately ar. and 
az. Motto, Seeundiii dudiisr/iie rectus. 

Lippincoti, per fesse embattled, gu. and sa. three leopards 
pass. ar. — Crest, out ofa mural crown £U. five ostrich's 
feathers, alternately ar. and az. 

LlRNViLL, or, a fret and canton cu. 

LiSAKD, ar. three wiverus, volant, in pale, vert, tails ex- 
tended. 

LisBONE, or LisnoKNE, sa. three lozenges ar. — Crest, 
a boar pass. or. 

LiSK, [Scotland] ar. three mascles az. ; on a chief gu. as 
many mascles of the field. 

LiSKlRKE, [Ilolkind] or, three files, barways, gu. the 

' first of five points, the second of four, the last of tiirec. 



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LisI.E, c Lis'-EY, [Wi!brah;iiM, Cambr. 1632] or, afcsse 

l,ctw. t"0 diev. sa. 
liilt\ [Newport, Isle «f Wiaht, Hants.] or, on a chief az. 

three lions ramp, of the first. — Crest, a stag:, trippant, 

ar. attircil or. 
J lile. Tlic same arms.— Cres!, a stag; ar. collaret!, chained, 

and attired or. 
title, [Earl of Flanders] barrv of einht, or and a^. a bend 

gu.; over all, on an escutcheon of the first, a lion ramp. 

sa. 
IJsle, [Earl o( Flanders] gyronny of twelve, or and az. 

over all an escutcheon gu. 
Lisir, [Ireland] or, a fesse bctw. two chev. sa. all bctw. 

three roses gu. — Crest, a marigold, slipped and leaved, 

ppr. 
Lisle, [St. Martin's in tlie Fields, Midd.] erminois, on a 

chief az. three lions ramp. or. — Crest, a lion's gumb ar. 

holding an cscallo|) or. 
Jiile, [Bracklcy, N.amp. ; and Felton, N.nmb.] gn. a lion 

pass, guard, ar. crowned or. 
Liile, [Earnley, N.anip, ; and N.unib.] gvi. a lion pass. 

ar. crowned or. 
Lille, [Yarwell, N.amp. ; and NVarw.] ar. three eagles 

(lispl. with two heads gu. ( A nut her, the eagles with one 

head.) 
Lisle, [Surrey] or, on a chev. betw. three derai lions ramp. 

gu. as many trefoils ar. 
Link, per pale, or and gu. a point, in point, crni. over all 

a cross 'I'au az. 
Lisle, or, on a chev. az. three lions ramp, of the field. 
Lisle, or. a fesse bitw. two chev. sa. — Crest, a millstone 

ar. in the centre a njilirind sa. 
Lisle, or, a lion rain|). az. tail forked. 
Lisle, or, a fiel gu. 
Lisle, or JJle, ar. a lion ramp, az, 
£ij/e, ar. a fusse betw. six martlets gu. 
Lisle, or, a clu-v. betw. three leaves gu. 
Lisle. See Lylde. 
I.'Isi.E, [Riigemoiit, Beds. Temp. Henry III.] gu. a lion 

pass, guard, or, crowned ar. 
L-'Islc, [Kingston Isle, Berks.] gu, a lion pass. ar. crowned 

or. 
I' Isle, [Isle of Wight, Temp. Ileiiri/ III.'] The same arnrs. 
Lisle de, gu. a lion pass, guard, ar. seniee of crosslets 

or. 
LiSLEY, gu. an eagle displ. or. 
Lislcy. See Lisle. 
Lisouns. See Leseris. 
'-Is.se, paly of six, ar. and az. a fesse gu. 
'-1STER, Baron lUBBLIiSDALE of Gisburne Park. {Cre- 
ation, 2G Ocl. 1707. Residences, Gisburne Park :ind 

•^lalham Water, Yorks. Toinn House, Harley Street.] 

crni. on a fesse sa. three mullets or, a crescent for ditf. 

— Crest, a stag's head, erased, per fesse, ppr. and gu. 

"ttired or, differenced as the arms. Supporters, dexter, 

a stag reguard. sa. attired -dnd hooted or, charged on 

the bojy with an eagle displ, of the last, gorged with a 

<^i>ll.irof S's and portcullises goM ; sinister, a bav horse, 

■"■'died and saddled, ppr. supi)orting a statf ppr. headed 

"■■. with a banner vert, fringed and charged with the 

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'■•tters _ gold. Motto, Reliiicns vestigia famiu. 

I.iit,:r, [New Windsor, Bjrks.] vert, on a cross ar. five 
'■^rteauxes, each charged with a mullet or. 



Lister, [Deib. ; Wcstm.; and Wydopj), Yorks.] crm. on 

a fosse sa. three mullets or. — Crest, a buck's head, 

erased, ppr. 
Lister, [Essex, and Fin: hlcy, Mi hi.] az. on a cross ar. 

five torte-iuxes, each charged with a mullet or. 
Lister, [London, (Iraiitcd 20 April, 1(;02] erra. on a 

fesse, cottised, sa. three mullets or. —Crest, a stag's 

head, erased, per lesse, ppr. and or, attired of the last. 
Lister, [Ivowton, .Salop) erni. on a fesse sa. three mullets 

ar. — Crest, a buck's head, erased, ppr. 
J^ister, [Scotland] Ttie same arms and crest. Motto, 

Malo mnriquam ficdari. 
Lister, . ., a fesse chcquv, gu. anil or, betw. three fleurs- 
de-lis ... 
Lister, gu. semec dc mullets, a lion ramp. ar. 
LiSTON, [Scotland] gu. two liillytlowers, in pale, slipped, 

ppr. u chief, raguly, ar. — Crest, two hands, conjoined 

and (otipcd, ppr. 
Lisloti, [Scotland] iju. on a cross, raguly, ar. two gilly- 

tlowcrs, in pale, ])pr. — Crest, a demi Hon, gu. holding a 

gillyflower pjir. 
Listnn, ^u. a cross, raguly, or. 
Listen, ar. a bend 4lanceftee sa. 
Liston, vert, six (Another, ten) bezants. 
LlTCMFiEr.n, or, a sworil, in pale, az. surmounted by a 

crtsceiit sa. all betw. two cross crosslets fitchee gu. — 

Ciest, an arm, in arniour, cmbowed, holding a sword 

l>pr. Motto, Semper pugnare paralus. 
LlTcoTT, or, two bars vaiie, ar. and sa. — Crest, an old 

man's head ppr. vestetl sa. and ducally crowned or. 
Lite LOOT, gu. a cross erm. 
LiTHGOW, [Drygiange, Scotland] ar. a demi otter sa, 

issuing out of a lorh, in base, ppr. 
Lithyow, [Scotland] ar. an otter issuing from water, in 

base, jipr. ; in chiif two roses gu. — Crest, a palm-brauch 

vert. 
LlTl.E, vert, six lions ramp. ar. 
Litle, sa. a saltier ar. (Another, or.) 
Lni.EliURY, ar. three lions pass, in pale, gu. 
LiTi.KR, [Tathwell, Line] ar. two bars az. in chief a 

grillin pass. gu. all within a bordure engr. sa. 
Liller, TLtrndon] ar. a chev. sa. betw. three squirrels, 

sejant, su. — Crest, a filbert-trce ppr. the trunk rasruly, 

on each side a s(piirrel, salient, g<i. 
LlTLlNGTON, [London] quarterly, ar. and gu. on the 

sfcond and third quarters, a fret or; over all a bend az. 

cliarge<l with three (leuis-de-lis of the third. 
LiTLOK, [Wallerscot] The same arms as LiTLER, Lon- 
don. 
LlTSTER, [England] crm. on a fesse sa. three mullets ar. 

— Crest, an anchor and cable sa. Motto, Sine Deo 

nihil. 
Litstcr, az. on a cross ar. b..-tw. four magpies or, five tor- 

teauxcs, on each an eioile of the third. — Crest, a stag, 

at gaz?, ermines, du-^lly gorged and attired or. 
Litster, [.S^-otlanl] — Crest, a deer's heaci, couped, ppr. 

Motto, L'th.ire et fidacia. 
LiTTEi.L, or LrTri.i;, [Bray, Berks.] per chev. ar. and 

sa. in chief three fli-urs-de-lis of the last, in base a tower 

of the first. 
Litlell. The same arms. — Crest, two daggers, iu saltier, 

ppr. 
Littell, [llarstcl an I Little Keney, Ess-x] sa. a pillar, 

ducally crowned or, butw. two wings, expanded, and 



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joined to tlif base, of tlif last. — Crest, a cock standing i Z.t///t7o«, [rraiikliy, Wore] Tlie same anus. — Crest, a 



on an arrow or, combed and wattled 

Littell, az. a saltier en^r. or, in eliief a nndlet of the Inst. 

LiTTli.MAN, or l^iTTl.KMAN, [Seodainl] or, a cliev. sa. 

betn-. a cross puttee, in cliiel, of tlie last, and a heart, 

in base, en. 

Little, [Ireian.l] liendj of six, az. and ar. a eliief sa. — 

Crest, a denii bull. 
LiltU; [iMeikledale, Scotland; Liuii Ri-tjistci] sa. a saltier 

cngr. ar. 
Little, [Liberton, Scotland ; Lion Rcr/isler] The same 
arms, with a crescent for dift'. — Crest, a b opard's head 
or. Motto, jMayinivi in yiarco. 
Little, ar. six lions ramp. gu. ( Anotlur, sa.) three, two, 

and one. 
Little. See Liiiell. 

LlTTi.EBORNE, per pale. ar. and sa. three cbev. counter- 
changed. 
LAltlebortic, ar. three water-bongets sa. 
LiTTLEnoYS, [Ashburnham, Suss.] sa. two hands, one 
de.xtcr and one sinister, coupeil at the wrist, in fcsse, ar. 
the finaers downward. 
LiTTLEnURV, [rillingliam. Line] ar. tvo lions pass. 

guard, in pale, gu. 
Littlchury, [Stcnsby and Winsby, Line] gu. two lions ! gu. 
pass, guard, in pale, ar. — Crest, a man's head, eouped ] IJvcseij, 
at the shoublers, armed in mail, all ppr. 
Littlchury. The same arms. — Crest, a lion's paw, | 

fcsse, gn. and az. holding a spear sa. point or. 
Littkbnry, [Line] or, t«o lions pass, guard, gu. 
Littlchury, ar. on a bend vert, belw. t\so lions pass. 

three eagles displ. or. 
Littlchury, ar. two lions pass. gu. 
Littlchury, ar. two lions pass, guard, gu. a label az. 
Littlchury, sa. three wicker-baskets, with handles, ar. 
LlTTLEDALE, — Crest, two lions' paws, in saltier, ))pr. 
LiTTLEFIELD, vert, on a chcv. ar. betw. three garbs or, 
as many boys' heads, eouped, ppr. — Crest, on a garb or, 
a bird ar. in the beak an ear of wlierit vert. 
LlTTI.EJOHN, [England] ar. three arrows gu. two in sal- 
tier, and one in pale, feathered or, betw. six trefoils, 
slip])ed, of the second, (wo in chief, two in fesse, and 
two in base. 
Littlcjohn, [Scotland] ar. a crescent betw. three roses gu. 
LiTTLEM.AN. See LlTTlLMAN. 
Littler, [Midd.] ar. a cliev. sa. betw. three squirrels, 

sejant, gu. 
,Littler. The same arms. — Crest, a squirrel, sejant, eating 

a nut, ppr. 
Littleton, [Lenhcdrock, Cornw.] ar. a chev. betw. 
three escallops sa. quartered with or, three piles of the 
second, a canton erm. — Crest, a stag's head, cabossed, 
sa. attired or, betw. the attires a bugle-horn ar. stringed 
of the first. 
Littleton, [Leie] ar. a bend betw. two cottiscs sa. within 
a bordure cngr. gu. charged with eight bezants. — Crest, 
as the lust. 
Littleton, [Essex] The same arms. 

Littleton, [Pillaton-IIall, Stafl's. Created a Burt. 28 June, 
1G27] ar. a chev. betw. three escallops sa. — Crest, as 
cl Lenhedrock. Motto, Uny Dieu et uny toy. 
Liitktov, [Pillaton-Ilall, Stall's. ; Mounslow and Henley, 
^al'jj)] The same arms and cicst. (Another crest, a 
^'Vern'shead.) 



Moor's bead, in profde, ppr. wreathed about the temple 
ar. nnd sa. (Vriyinnl crest, a dragon's head and 
neck, conped, ar.) 

Littleinn, ar. a chcv. betw. three escallops az. — Crest, u 
stag's head, cabossed, sa. betw. the horns or, a bugle- 
horn ar. stringed of tie lirst. 

Littleton, ar. two lions jj-iss. gu. 

LJtthton, ar. a chev. betw. three escallops, within a bor- 
dure, sa. 

LiTTLEWooi), az. a bull's head, erased, or. — Crest, on a 
mount veit, a peacock ppr. 

Litton, [Kucbworth and Hereford] erm. ou a chief in- 
dented az. three ducal crowns or. 

Litton, Letton, or Lytton, [England] The same arms. — 
Crest, a mountain-cat, current, ppr. 

Lilian, [Ireland] erm. on a chief az. Ihree ducal coronets 
or. — Crest, a float's bend, erased, vert. 

Litton, eini. a cliiet' dancetlee az. 

LiVEKPOLE, quarteily, gu. and or, a cross jiattec ar. 

LiVESEY, [Eastthnrch, Kent; Created a Bart. 11 July, 
1G271 ar. a lion ramp. gu. hetw. three trefoils vert. 

Livenen, or Live/ay, ar. a lion ramp. gu. betw. three 
trefoils, slipped, vert. — Crcsl, a lion's gamb, erased. 



ir. a lion rauip. betw. three trefoils sa. 

Livcsey. Sec Lcvesry. 

Livet, ar. semee do cross crosslefs, a lion ramp. sa. 

LlVETOl'T, ar. a lion ramp, per Jesse, gn. and su. 

Living. See Leving. 

Livingston, [Counteswclls] ar. three cinquefoils within 
the royal tressure fiory countcriiory vert, iu the centre 
a cross crosslet fitcliee sa. — Crest, a dcmi Herculcr;, 
wreathed about the head and nuddle, holding in the 
dexter hand a club, erect, ami iu the sinister a serpent, 
all ppr. Motio, Si je puis. 

Livinyston, [Grcenburgh, New York] quarterly; first and 
fourth, ar. three cinquefoils gu. within the royal tres- 
sure llory counterflory vert; second and third, sa. a 
bend betw. six billets or. — Crest and motto as the last. 

Liviuffslon, [Glentarran] The same arms as the last, 
within a bordure coraponee, .. n:i I .., on each of the 
last, a boar's head, coujied. — ( ;tst, a dexter baud, 
brandishing a sword, \)\)r. Motto, I't pos.'iitn. 

Livingstone, [of that Ilk] ar. three cinquefoils gu. 
pierced of the field. 

Livingstone, [Aberdeen, Scotland ; Lion Rec/ister] ar. 
two gillyflowers in chief, and an escallop in base, all 
within a bordure gu. — Crest, a boar's head, eouped, 
holding m the mouth a pair of balances, pjir. Motto, 
Forlis ct (Cfjuns. 
Livingstone, [Balrowan, Scotland] The same arms, the 
bordure indented. — Crest, a gillyflower, slipped, ppr. 
iSlotto, Nativum rctiiict dccus. 
Livingstone, [Dunnipace, Scotland] ar. three cinquefoils 

within a double tressure connterHory gu. 
Livingstone, [Earl of Liidithgow, tVc. Created ICOO] 
quarterly ; first and fouith, ar. three cinquefoils gu. 
within a double tressure llory counterllory \ert; second 
and third, sa. a bend betw. six billets or, /or Caltendur ; 
over all, on an cscutclTeon az. a tree, growing out of the 
base, or, within a bordure ar. charged with eight cinque- 
foils gu. for the title of Linlilhyorio. — Crest, a denii 
Savage ppr. holding a baton, or club, erect in Lis dexter 



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Iniil, aii<l ronml tlic sinister arm a strpent, luined, vert. 
Motto, Si jf }'i'is. 

j^iriiK/itime, [Lord Aliiioiiil, anil ILarl of Calitudar, the 
firmer a cut inn in 1(J3;1, //(.' latter 1G41] Tlie arms of 
'Ciilhi'itiin niii\ Liviitcjstiinv i]iiiirtiri^ as above witli a 
fresrfnt in the centre for <!iii". — Crest, a dexter hand 
lioldiii'^ a sword, ppr. Motto, Et Uu/ni, et foris. 

J.niiK/iton'-, [Earl Sew biirgli, X'iseourit Kinnaird, &c. 
I'riated :H Ui'c. l(j(;0] ar. on a bend betw. three i;illy- 
fiowers Ru. an anchor of the first, all within a double 
trcssure tlorv coiintertl((rv vert. — Cre.'^t, a Moor's head, 
ci>ti|>c<l, |i|ir. banded gu. anil nr. with |)enilles at the cars, 
of (he |jst. 

jAfiii'/stoiie, [\'iscoiint Kils) th, and Lord Caropsay. Cre- 
atiuns, 17 Avi/. IGGl] ar. thice s;iiKllowers uu. pierced, 
oi' the field. — Crest, a denii Savage, wieathed about 
the head and middle with laurel, all i)()r. Motto, Sjtc 
expccto. 

Livingstone, [Viscount Tiviot] (jnarterly ; first and fourth, 
az. three oranti;cs, slipped, pjir. within an orle of thistles 
or; second and third, ar. three cinquefoils gu. within a 
double tressure flory countertiory \ert. — Crest, a denii 
man holding, a baton upwards, or. 

Lirin(/sfonc, [Mewslon] az. tvo cinqncfoils in chief, and an 
escallop in base, or. 

LiL-inffctone, [W'cenis, Scotland] The same arms, as of 
that Ilk, within a double tressure fiory counterriory vert. 

Liiiiii/stone, f W estquarter, Scotland] quarterly, Living- 
stone ani\ Cal/cndar, all within a hordure quartered, or 
and gu. — CresI, a Savage's head, wreathed about widi 
laurel. Motto, Si possim. 

Li viNGTON, or Lkithingtoux, [Saltcoats, Scotland] ar. 
a beud betw. two otters' heads, louped, gu. 

Livington, ar. a bend engr. gu. in chief a bear's head, era- 
sed, az. muzzled of the second. 

Livius, vert, on a chev. in point, cuibowed, or, another 
chev. of like form gu. betw. three pomegranates, slipped 
and leaved, ppr. 

LiZAKS, [Edinburgh] az. on a chief engr. or, a lion ramp, 
vert. — Crest, a stag's head, erased, ppr. Motto, ^'erlls 
adjtnem. 

Lizan, [Scotland] or, on a chief az. a long cross ar. — 
Crest, a lion's gamb ppr. 

LizotRS. See Lizi'KKS. 

LiZTHED, or LiGHTWOOD, ar. a chev, az. betw. three 
tigers vert, beholding themselves backw ards in a glass, or. 

LizuRES, or LizouRS, [N.anij). Temp. John] or, a 
chief az. 

LizuRs. The same arms.— Crest, two hands wielding a 
sword ppr. 

Llewellyn, or Levvvvelwyn, ar. a lion ramp. sa. abend 
sinister or. — Crest, a demi lion ramp. ar. 

Lkxjcclliin. Sec Lewellyn. 

Llowarch Holbech, [Wale*] veit, a stag, trijipant, 
ar. attired or. 

Lloyd, Bart. [Pengwern, Flints, -lo Jii/i/, 17'Ht] gu. a 
Saracen's head, erased, ppr. wreathed about the temples 
T. and sa. — Crest, a buck, tri[i|)ant, ar. attired and 
""gulcd or. Motto, JJeb ddiiw heb ddym ddutradi/gun. 
"'!/''> [Bradenham-House, near \\ ycomb, Bucks.] quar- 
terly, or and az.four roe-bucks,trip)>ant,couulerchanged. 
— Crest, a lion pass. gu. chari;ed with two characters of 
'uc planet ^enus, viz. on the shoulder one thus ? , and 
and oa the hip another thus «, 



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Lloyd, [Denbigh] quarterly, or and az. four lions pass. 

counterchanijed. 
Lloyd, [Diiibighsliire, and Kent] or, three mens' heads ppr. 

in armour ar. garnished of the field. — Crest, a man's 

head ])pr. in armour ar. garnished or; ou a label, issuing 

from his njouth, and j)roceeding over the head, these 

v^ords, Avimnit div dervid. 
Lluyd, [Glouc] ar. a (|iiiver i.;u. banded and replenished 

v.ilh arrows or, betw. three phcons sa. 
Lloyd, [liolyroode and ^Vbilnestcr, Glouc; and Cheanie, 

Surrey] quarterly, or and az. four roe-bucks counter- 
changed. — Crest, a stag's head, erased, sa. charged on 

the neck with a crescent erm. 
I-hiyd, [Hants.] az. a lion ramp. or. — Crest, on a mount 

vert, a lion, sejant, guard, gu. 
Lluyd, [Heref.] sa. three nags' heads, era.sed, ar.— Crest, 

a nag's head, erased, ar. 
Lloyd, [Bishop of Lichfield and Coventry, IGO?] ar. a 

chev. betw. three crows sa. each bearing in the beak an 

ermine spot. 
Lloyd, [London and Wales, Granted 1570] ar. a griffin, 

segreani, vert. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a 

cock's head betw. two wings gu. combed, beaked, and 

wattled of the first. 
Lloyd, [Llanerch lirocknell, Montgomeryshire] gyronny 

of four, in the first quarter, or, a lion pass. sa. ; second, 

purp. three falcons or ; third, gu. three horses' heads, 

erased, ar. ; fourth, purp. a falcon or. — Crest, a horse's 

head, erased, sa. nianed or. 
Lluyd, [Pembrokeshire] sa. three nags' heads, erased, ar. 
Lln'yd, [Bishop of St. David's, oh. 13 Feb. 1G8C] gu. a 

lion iiimj). rcgnard. or, armed and langued az. 
Lloyd, [Hanluick, Salop] ar. an eagle, with two heads, 

within a bordure gu. 
Lloyd, [Ludlow, Salop] gu. a lion ranij). reguaj-d. or, 

quartered with ar. three boars' heads, rouptd, sa. 
Lloyd, [Oswestry, Salop] per fesse, sa. and ar. a lion 

ramp, counterchanged. — Crest, out of a five leaved co- 
ronet or, a demi lion ramp. ar. 
Lloyd, [Swan Hill, Salop] quarterly ; or and gu. four lions 

pass, counterchanged. — Crest, a lion ramp. gu. 
Lloyd, [Whittington, Salop] virt, a chev. betw. three 

v\olves' heads, erased, erm. (Another, ar.) 
Lloyd, [Salop] vert, a lion ramp. or. 
Lloyd, [Ipswich, Sufi'.] per fcssc, ar. and sa. a lion ramp. 

counterchanged. 
Lloyd, [Woking, Surrey] gu. a lion ramji. within a bor- 
dure ilanceltte ar. 
Lloyd, [Milfickl, North Wales] sa. a sjiear's head ar. 

embrued gu. betw. three scaling-ladders of the second. 
Lloyd, [Wales and Maryland] az. a lion ramp. or. — Crest, 

a demi lion rump, guard, or, supporting in the paws an 

arrow, in pale, ar. 
Lloyd, [Wales] The sanie as of Lichfield and Coventry. 
JJoyd, sa. a chev. betw. three spears' heads ar. embrued 

gu. — Crest, a stag's head, coujied, ar. 
Lloyd, or, three lions, dormant, sa. 
Lluyd, ])er benil, erm. and ermines, a lion ramp. or. — 

Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a unicorn's head, ar. 

crined antl armed of the first. 
Lloyd, gu. a lion raiup. regnard. ar. — Crest, a lion ramp. 

reguard. holding in the dexter paw a fleur-de-lis. 
Lloyd, sa. a s)icar's heail ar. embrued )ipr. betw. three 

bcaliug-laddcrs of the second; on a chief cu. a tower, 

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LOG 

triple-towercil, ar. — Crest, a wolf's head, erased, ar. 
I.loyd. See Loyd, 
Llovde, az. a boar ar. bctw. ten trefoils, slipped, of the 

second. 
LlueLlin, [Herts.] gu. three cbev. ar. — Crest, a paschal 

lamb p])r. 
Llwyi), [Lwyiiy Rlaen, Wales] ar. an eagle displ. with 

two heads sa. 
LoADEU, ar. a pale gu. over all a lion pass. sa. — Crest, 

on a chapcau gu. two lions ramp, supporting a garb jipr. 
Loader, ..,six mullets, three, two, aud one. — Crest, a 

dragon pass. ppr. 
LoADES, [LoiKlon. Granted 'M July, 1687] sa. a wolf, 
' salient,' rcguard. or. — Crest, on a wreath, a mural coro- 
net ar. therefrom an arm issuing, habited sa. cuft'of the 

first, the hand pj>r. holding a key or. Motto, Obey and 

rule. 
LoADSMAN, ar. on a bend engr. sa. three annulets of 

the field. 
LoANE, [Kent] az. a lion pass. or. 
Loanc. The same arms. — Crest, a demi lion ramp. sa. 

brandishing a scimitar ppr. 
Lodne, [Kent] az. an antelope pass. or. 
Loane, az. a tiger pass. or. 
LoAT,. bendy of six, vert and ar. a chief erm. — Crest, a 

spur-rowcl betw. two wings ppr. 
LoBAN, gu. a lion pass, or; on a canton ar. a key, pale- 
ways, sa. — Crest, a dexter arm, in armour, embowed, 

holding a tilting spear p|)r. 
LoBB, ar. two lions, combatant, gu. — Crest, a lion's head, 

erased, collared gu. 
Lohb, . . , a pheon betw. three boars' heads, couped, . . . 
LoBENHAM, gu. a chev. engr. or, betw. three owls of the 

last. 
LoBERT, or LoBERD, [Leic.] gu. a fesse daneettee or, 

an annulet of the second. ( Anoihn-, a bezant.") 
Lohert. The same arms. — Crest, a dexter arm, embowed, 

vested az. holding in the hand ]ipr. a hunting spear, 

point downwards, sa. headed ar. 
Lobert, [Leic] gu. a fesse indented, betw. eight bezants, 

four and four, 
LOELEY, sa. a chev. or, betw. three apes ar. chained of 

the second. 
LoCARP, [Ireland] gu. three wolves' heads, couped, or. 

(Anotlicr, ar.) 
Locard, ar. a saltier within a bordure az. 
LocAVEi.L, gu. three sails ar. 
Loch, [Drylaw, Scotland] or, a saltier engr. sa. betw. 

t\vo swans, naiant, in lochs, ppr. in the flanks. — Crest, 

a swan, with wings endorsed, devouring a |>erch, both 

ppr. Motto, Assiduitate, non defidia. 
Loch, [Piachan, Scotland] ar. a saltier engr. sa. betw. two 

swans swimming in water, in the flanks ppr. in chief a 

crescent, and in base a fleur-de-lis. — Crest, a swan, with 

wings endorsed, devouring a perch, and swimming in a 

loch, all jipr. Motto, as the last. 
Loch, [Scotland] az. a saltier engr. betw. three swans, 

naiant, in lochs, ppr. two in the flanks, and one in base. 
Loch ALE, [Scotland] sa. a fesse ar. betw. three plates. 
LoCHEAD, or LocHHEAD, [.Scotland] ar. a cross nioline 

gu. and a chief az. — Crest, a dexter hand, erect, pointing 

to the sun with two fingers. 
LocHERO, or LouCHARD, ar. a saltier engr. az. within 

a bordure or. 



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LocHORE, [Scotland] ar. three piles issuing from the 
chief, their points conjoined in base, sa. — Crest, a fox's 
head, couped, gu. 

LoCHRAYN, ar. a fesse wavy betw. tsvo cottises az. de- 
pressed by a lion pnss. gu. 

Lock, [London] per fesse, az. and or, in chief three fal- 
cons, volant, of the second. — Crest, a hand j>pr. holding 
up a cushion or. 

I/)ck, [Warnford, Southampton, Rouge-Dragon Purs^ii- 
vant of Arms. Granted 1707] per fesse, az. and or, a 
pale countcrchangcd, on the first three falcons, rising, 
of the second, collaied gu. — Crest, a falcon as in the 
arms, in the beak a padlock, pendent, sa. 

Loc/:, [Mildenhall, Sufl". Granted ii Dec. 1110] per fesse, 
az. and or, a pale counlerchanged, on the first three 
falcons, rising, of the second, ducally crowned az. — 
Crest, a falcon, rising, or, ducally crowned ar. iu the 
beak a padlock, pendent, sa. 

Loch, [Norbury-Park, Surrey] per fesse, az. and or, a pale 
and three falcons, two and one, with wings addorsed and 
belled, each holding in the beak a padlock, all counter- 
changed. — Crest, a falcon as in the arms. 

Loch, per fesse, or and az. a pale counterchanged, three 
falcons, volant, of the fiist. — Crest, a falcon, with wings 
endorsed, holding in the mouth a padlock or. 

LocKARD, ar. a saltier engi'. az. vithin a bordure engr. 
or. 

Locke, [Granted 6 July, '2nd. Philip and Ufary] per 
fesse, az. and or, a pale counterchanged, three hawks, 
with wings endorsed, of the last. — Crest, a hawk, with 
wings endorsed, holding in the beak a padlock, or. 

Locke. Sec Loke. 

Locker, quarterly; first and fourth, ar. a chev. betw. 
three dragons' heads, erased, gu.; second and third, ar. 
a fesse betw. three lozenges az. — Crest, a buck's head, 
erased, ppr. 

LocKERBY, [of that Ilk] gu. a chev. ar. betw. three loses 
or. 

LocKEY, [Essex; Heref. ; Homes, Herts.; and Yorks.] 
ar. a bend betw. two water-bougets sa. — Crest, an 
ostrich's head, couped at the neck, ar. holding in the- 
beak a key sa. 

Lockcy, ar. a chev. betw. three cinquefoils az. 

LocKHART, Bart. [Lee and Carnwath, Scotland, 24 May, 
1806] quarterly; first and fourth, ar. a man's heart eu. 
within a fetterlock sa. on a chief az. three boars' heads, 
erased, of the first, for Lockhart; second and third jiand 
quartcrings, quarterly ; first, or, a lion ramp. "u. ; 
second, or, a naked arm, issuing from the sinister side, in 
fesse, ppr. holiling a cross crosslet fitchee, iu pale, gu. j 
third, ar. a galley, her oars in saltier, sa. flajs gu. ; 
fourth, \crt, a salmon, naiant, in fesse, ar. for Macdonald. 
— Crest, a boar's head, erased, ar. langued gu. Sup- 
porters, dexter, a chevalier, armed at all points, his vizor 
up, holding a spcnr in his dexter hand, a sword bv his 
side, and a gold chain about his neck, thereat a mau's 
heart, |)endent, gu. eusigned with an imperial crown or, 
and on his helmet a plume of feathers, the centre £u. 
the others ar. ; sinister, a buck ppr. Motto, above the 
crest, Corda serata pando ; below the shield. Simper 
paratus pnynare pro patrice. 

Ljchhart, [Count LfK-kliart] ar. a heart gu. within a fetter- 
lock sa. ; on a chief az. three boais' heads, erased, of 
the first, within a bordure of the fourth, charged witU 



five mullets o/ six points or. — Crests, first, in the centre, 
two flags, parteil per fcssc, ar. and gu. flotant to the 
dexter and sinister, placed behind a boar's liead, erased, 
npr. ; second, on the dexter, on a ducal coronet, an 
ca'^le displ. reguard.; third, on the sinister, out of a 
ducal corohet, a denii lion, holding in the dexter paw a 
»Hord. Motto, Corda scra/a pando. 

l^ckhart, [Barr, Scotiaud] ar. on a bend sa. three fetter- 
locks or. 

lochhart, [Birkhiil, Scotland] ar. on a heod, betw. three 
boars' heads, erased, az. a man's heart pi)r. wilhin a 
ftlterlock or. — Crest, a boar's head, erased, ar. Motto, 
FcrocifortioT. 

lackharl, [Clcghorn, Scotland] az. three boars' heads, 
erased, ar. — Crest, a boar's head, erased, ar. Motto, 
Sine labejides. 

Zockhart, [Dumfries, Scotland] gu. a fesse betw. three 
fetterlocks or, within a bordure ar. — Crest, a fetterlock. 
Motto, Hoc scairior, 

Lochhart, [Kirktoun, Scotland] ar. on a chev. betw. three 
boars' lieads, erased, az. a man's heart within a fetter- 
lock, or. — Crest, a dexter hand holding a boar's head, 
erased, ppr. Motto, J'crociforliur. 

L/}ckhart, [Lee, Scotland ; ancient arms] az. three boars' 
heads, erased, within a bordure eiigr. or. 

Lochhart, [Scotland] az. three boars' heads, erased, within 
a bordure engr. or. 

Lochhart, [Scotland] ar. a man's heart ppr. within a pad- 
lock sa.; on a chief az. three boars' heads, erased, ar. — 
Crest, a boar's head. Motto, Corda strata pando. 

Lochhart, gu. ou a fosse, betw. three boars' heads, erased, 
ar. a heart of the field, within a fetterlock sa. — Crest, a 
dexter hand holding forth a key, bendwajs, ppr. Motto, 
Corda scrata pando. 

Lochhart, ar. a human heart gu. within a fetterlock sa.; 
on a bordure az. five mullets of the field ; on a chief of 
the fourth, three boars' heads, erased, of the first. — 
Crest, a dexter hand, in bend, p|ir. holding a fJag, also 

, in bend, az. charged with a St. Andrew's cross, ar. 
flotant to the sinister. Motto, Corda serata fero. 

Lochhart, Elliot, [Borthwickbrae, Scotland] quarterly; 
first, ar. a heart gu. within a fetterlock sa. ; on a chief 
az. three boars' heads, erased, . . ; second, gu. ou a 
bend engr. or, a baton sa. within a double bordure, the 
interior one or, the exterior az. charged with eight cres- 
cents and as many mullets, alternately, ar. — Crest, a 
boar's head, erased, ppr. Motto, Corda scrata pando. 

I-OCKIE, [Scotland] ar. on a fesse sa. threerosesof the first. 

Locksmith, ar. a chev. betw. three horse-shoes sa. a 
chief gu. — Crest, out of a mural crown or, a griffin's 
head ppr. 

LocKTON, [Swinsted, Line] ar. a chev. az. — Crest, out 
of a ducal coronet or, a gritliu's head az. 

Lochton, [Line] ar. a chief az. 

Lochton, [Yorks.] ar. on a chev. az. a martlet of the first, 
within a bordure engr. of the second. 

Lochton, ar. a chev. az. within a bordure engr. of the last, 
charged with eight mullets or. 

LocKwooD, [Dewshall, near .Abridge, Essex; Gaytoii, 
'^'•amp. ; and Croyiion, Surrey] quarterly ; tirst and 
fourth, ar. a fesse betw. three martlets sa. for Lockujood ; 
second and third, ar. ou a bend engr. sa. three plates, 
'ur Cutts. — Crest, on the stump of a tree, erased, ppr. 
it niartlet sa. 



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Lochwood, ar. a fesse betw. three martlets sa. — Crest, a 

camel's head, couped, sa. 
LocKYiin, [IU72] az. a fesse or, betw. three daggers' 

heads of the last. 
LocoLI.s, ar. three garlands gu. 
LocKES, ar. (Another, or) a fesse gu. 
LoDBRooK, or LoDCKOOKE, az. a chev. ar. — Crest, & 

unicorn r;iiiip. 
LonnnooKE, [Warw.] The same arms. 
Lnd/jroohr, [Lodbrooke, Warw.] az. a chev. erm. 
Lodbroohc, erm. a cross gu. 
LoDEBKooKE, [Lcic.] az. a chev. erm. 
LoDELOw, or Ludlow, az. three lions pass, guard, in 

pale, ar. 
LoDELowE, or, a lion ramp. sa. vulued all over the body 

gii. 
LoDER, erm. on a fesso .., three escallops ... — Crest, a 

stag's head, couped at the neck, betw. the horns a cross 

crosslct. 
Lodcr, sa. six annulets, three and three, in pale, or. 
Lodcr, sa. ten bezants, four, three, two, and one. 
LoDERS, [Westm.] or, six umuilets sa. 
LoDEWlCH, ar. a chev. betw. three cocks sa. 
LoDEWiCK, ar. a chev. sa. betw. three cocks gu. 
LoiJEWlCKE, gu. a chev. betw. three cocks ar. 
Lodge, [Irclaiul] per beml .. and .., semee of roundles, 

a lion ramp, countorehaiigcd. — Crest, a talbot's bead, 

erased, az. collared or. 
Lodge, [Lord Mayor of London, 1502] az. a lion ramp. 

ar. crusily fitchee gu. within a borduie flory of the 

second. 
Lodyc, [London] az. a lion ramp. ar. crusily gu. within a 

tressureof demi fleurs-de-lis and a boidure of the second. 
lj)dge, [London and .Salop] gu. a lion ram]), ar. within a 

bordure tlory or. 
Lodge, [Ncttlested, Suf}'.] az. a lion ram|). within a double 

tressure flory counterflory or. 
Lodge, [Leeds, Yorks.] per fesse, gu. and sa. a lion ramp. 

ar. semee of cross crosslets of the first. 
Ladge, az. a lion ramp, or, within a tressure florv counter- 

tiory of the last. — Crest, a lion, double queued, az. 
Lodge, per bend sinister, sa. and ar. crusily and a lion 

ramp, all coiinterchanged. 
LoDHAM, ar. on a bend az. seven cross crosslets or. 
LoDiNGioN, [Weldiiigv.ortli, Line] ))ah of six, ar. and 

az. ; ou a chief gu. a lion pass, guard, or. 
Lodiugton. The same arms. — Crest, a demi lady richly 

attired az. ; in her dexter hand a garland of laurel vert. 
LoDWiCK, gu. a chev. betw. three cocks ar. — Cr*«t, a 

cock p|>r. 
LoDYNGTON, [London] ar. three palets az. ; on a chief 

gu. a lion pass, guard, or. 
LoE, az. a wolf pass. ar. — Crest, a wolf's head, coujied, 

ar. collared gu. charged with three bezants. 
LoETON. See Loketon. 

LoFFOSE, ar. ten billets gu. four, three, two, and one. 
Lofthouse, sa. a chev. engr. betw. three trefoils, slipped, 

ar. — Crest, a spur betw. two wings ppr. 
LoFTLS, Marquess aiul Earl of ICLY, Co. of Wicklow ; 

Viscount Loflus of Lly ; ISaron Loflus of Loftus Hall, 

Co. of Wexford, in tiie Peerage of Ireland ; Baron Loftus 

of Long Loftus, Co. of York, in that of England ; and 

a Baronet; K. P. and I). C. L. [Crratiuns, Baron, -28 

June, 170o; Vise, ii Dec. 17131); Earl, 16 Veb. 1704; 



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• Marquess, 29 />cc. 1 }!00 ; iuul Baron Ijoftus of EriglonH, 
19 Jan. 1801. Residence, Loltns Mall, Wexford] sa. a 
cliev. « n^r. erni. Iirlw. throe trefoils, sli|)])e(l, ar. — Crest, 
a lioars licad, coii|ie(i and ercet, ar. langueil gu.; motto 
over it, Lnynl an wort. Supporters, two eagles, wings 
txpandtd, ar. beake'l and leuged or, each eharced on 
the hreast"ilh a trefoil, slipped, vert. Motto, Preiid 
7iini (el five je siiis. 

Loflvs, [KnslaiKl] The same arms. — Crest, a dexter 
hanti, holding a dagger, holh j)|ir. 

Loftvs, [Ireland]