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' Ko(e._Natr.es nearly alike in soaiid, although differing in orthography, are arranged together, as a more ready reference 
than in strict dictionary order. 

Coats of Arms, obtained after publication, %vill be found in a Supplement. 

ABBREVI.4TI0NS. 



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ABB 

Abacorne, or Abercorne, [origiually Scotcb,] 

ar. a chev. betw. three boars' heads, coupecl az, 
Abadam, ar. on a cross gii. five mullets or. 
Abank, ar. a China cokar tree vert. 
Abarle, or, three fiilcons ppr. [Granted 1572.] 
Abarouch, [Dychet, in Somersetsliire,] sa. two 

swords in saltier ar. betw. foiu- lleurs-de-lis or, 

abordureerm. — Crest, a ferret ar. collared or, 

lined az. 
Abbkfoud, [Leicestersliire,] arm. a chief, gu. 

fretty or (or ar.) 
Abberbury, or Aberbury, [Oxfordshire and 

Suffolk,] or, a fesse embattled sa. 
Abbes, or Abbs, ar. a lady abbess, a crosier on 

her left arm in bend, hands conjoined, and 

elevated upon her breast ppr. 
Abbetot, [Warwickshire,] az. a chev. or betw. 

three bezants. 
Abtot, per pale, or and gu. three roundlets coun- 

terchanged. — Crest, a bear couchant ar. collared, 

muzzled, and langiied or. 
Abbies, &c. See Ueligious Houses. 
Abbis, or Aeis, [Norfolk,] gu. a fesse lozengy 

betw. three escallop shells ar. 
Abbot, purp. a pile wavy, vaire gu. and or, in 

base two water bougets arg. on a canton of the 

last, a crosier erect ppr. — Crest, on a vTeath, a 

fox passant ppr. charged on the shoulder with 

a water bouget, as in the arms. [Borne by 

Lord Chief Justice Abbot, 182=3.] 
Abbot, [Shrop.shu-e,] ar. three shredding knives, 

.sa. two and one. 
Abbot, [Lincohi,] ar. on a pale sa. b'.'fw. two 

ogresses, a dcmi lion issuaut or.— Crest, a 



ABE 

unicorn's head erased ar. attired and criucd 

or, charged with a bar gemel sa. 
Ahbol, [Dr. Abp. of Canterbury, Devon,] gu. a 

chev. betw. three pears, stalked, or. 
Ahho!, erm. on a pale, g\i. three pears or.— Crest, 

a denii unicorn erm. armed and maned ar. 

gorged with a colhir, az. studded or. 
Abbot J erm. on a bend engr. sa. three crescents 

or.— Crest, on a wreath, a cubit arm erect, 

vested az. cuffs erm. holding in the hand ppr. a 

crescent arg. 
Abbot, or Aboat, sa. a cross voided _ heUr. four 

spread eagles or.— Crest, a griffin sejant. 
Abbriscourt, or Dabrigcourt, enn. three 

humets gu. 
Abdkn, ar. three fleurs-de-lis sa. 
Abdey, or Abdy, [V^ondon,] or, two chev. betw. 

three trefoils, slipped, sa.— Crest, an eagle's 

head erased ppr. beaked or. 
Ahdcij, [Sir Thomas, Bart. Felix-Hall, Essex.]— 

The same. 
Abdci/, [Sir Robert, Knt. and Bart. Albins, Essex.] 

— The same. * 

Abdy, [Sir John, Bart. Stapleford- Abbot, Essex,] 

or a chev. betw. three trefoils slipped sa. 
Abdork, [S^vitzerland,] arg. an annulet, beset m 

cross with four buttons, tasselled or. 
Abeinsuerles, [Suffolk,] gu. a bend crenellee 

ar. , 1. 1 < 

Abeladame, vert, a deer-goat s head ar. 
Abeline, or Ableine, ar. three fleurs-de-lis 

Abeline, ar. on a cross sa. five eagles displayed of 
the field. ^ ^ 

[ B ] 



A B 1 

Abelyn, ar. on a cross su. au eagle displayed 

with two heads or. 
Abelyn E, ar. in chief, three chess rooks 

sa. 
Ahelyne, ar. on a cross sa. four eagles displayed of 

the field. 
Abelyn, Abyleyne, or Aylin, ar. three 

chess rooks sa. 
Abell, [Kent :md London,] ai". a saltier engr. 

az. (Another, gu.) 
AheJl, ar. a saltier engi-. az. betw. twelve fleurs-de- 
lis or. 
Abell, ar. a cross eiigr. az. 
Abell, [Essex,] ar. a fesse piu-p. betw. three boars' 

heads, couj)ed gu. — Crest, an arm embowed in 

armour, holding in the hand ppr. a sword ar. 

Lilt or, eufded on the arm with a wreath ar. 

and gu. 
Ahell, [Derbyshire,] ar. on a saltier eugr. az. nine 

fleurs-de-lis or. 
Abenhall, [Gloucester,] gu. a fesse or. 
Abekcro.mbie, i\x. achev. gu. betw. tluee boius' 

heads erased az. 
Abercro/nhie, ar. a chev. engr. betw. three boars' 

heads erased az. — Crest, a cross crosslet fitchee ar. 
Abercrombie, ar. u chev. indented g-u. bet\v. three 

boars' heads erased az. — Crest, a bee volant, ppr. 
Aberdwell, or Abredkobell, gu. a fesse 

betw. sLx auuidcts ar. 
Aberkerdour, or Aberherdour, az. three 

swords iu fesse palcwajs, points ujiwai'ds, Lilted 

and pomelled or, surmounted of a bend gu. 
Aberneth, or, a lion rampant gu. oppressed 

with two beudlets sa. 
Abernethy, or, a lion rampant gu. surmounted 

with a ribbon sa. 
Aberton, ai-. a chev. betw. thr«e bears' heads 

erased sa. 
Aberton, or Abitrlon, or, on a fesse gu. betw. 

three mullets sa. a cross crosslet fitchee of the 

first. 
Aberton, or Aburton,OT, on a fesse gu. betw. three 

mullets pierced sa. as many cross crosslets fitchee 

ar. 
Abew, ar. on a cross gu. five bezants. 
Abibson, ar. a fesse buttony gu. 
Abilon, ar. three fiem-s-de-lis sa. 
Abingdon, ai-. a cross patonce betw. five mart- 
lets sa. 
Abingdon, [Hyudlippe, Worcestersliire,] ar. 

on a bend gu. three eagles or, bealced and 

legged az. [^Grunted to J uhn Abhitjdun bij 

Cook, Clarenceux, dth January, 1.577.] 
AniNGTON, [Dorset,] ar. on a bend cottised sa. 

thi-ee eagles disjjkned ar. in the sinister corner 

iiu escallop shell sa. 



A C F 

Abinr/lon, or Ahingdon, [Dowdeswell, Glouces- 
tershire,] ar. on a bend gu. three eagles dis- 
played or, an annulet of the second. — Crest, a 
hand and arm,couped at the shoulder, in armour, 
gainished or, embowed fesseway, holding in the 
hand an ancii'ut mace, handled sa. headed ;'.nd 
studded gold, girt round the arm, near the 
shoulder, with a sash, tied in a bow, ar. fringed 
of the first. {Granted 1595.] 

Abinffion, [Gloucestershire,] ar. on a bend gu. 
three eaglets displayed or. 

A BLAND, ar. on a bend sa. three pheons of the 
field. 

Able, sa. two bars, in chief two plates. 

Ableiiall, [Gloucester,] gu. a fesse or. 

Ablchall, or, a chief gu. 

Ablehall, or Ahlcshall, [Warwickshire and Glou- 
cestershire,] or, a fesse gu. 

Ableine, or Abeline, ar. three fleurs-de-lis, 
sa. 

Ablyn, ar. on a cross sa. five eagles displaved of 
the field. 

Abnet, [StalTordshure,] gu. au eagle displayed 
betw. three pheons ar. 

Abnott, az. a smew or white nun ppr. 

Abney, [Su- Edward, Knt. Wilesly, Derbyshire,] 
ar. on a cross sa. five bezants. 

Abney, [Leicester and Derby,] or on a chief gu. 
a Hon jiassant ar. 

Abrahall, [Herefordshire,] az. three hedge- 
hogs (or porcupines) or. 

Abraham, az, a sun or. — Crest, a sun or. 

Akrell, az. three boars passant or. 

Abrey, bendy of six erm. and gu. 

Abrey, bendy of six gu. and erm. 

Abrey, bendy of six erm. and gni. 

Abringis, [Folkestone, Kent,] or, five chevs. gni. 

Abriscourt, [Oxfordshire,] erm. three bius 
Luinets or. 

Abriscourt, [Oxfordshire,] erm. tliree bars humets 

Abriscourt, or Abuscourt, verl, three bars humets 

g-u. 
Abrol, [^Yorcestcr,] party per pale or and gu. 

three roundlets counterchang-ed. 
Abrook, or, a cross eugr. per pale gu. and sa. a 

chief erm. — Crest, a wolfs head erased sa. 
Abry, [Glamorgau,] ar. a chev. betw. three grif- 

fius' Leads erased or. 
Ab.sall, ar. a cross sa. 
Abtost, per pale gu. and vert, Uvo lions passant 

giiardant or. 
Abyne, erm. on across gu. five aunidets or. 
Abys, [Derbyshire,] gu. a fesse lozengy betw. 

tlu-ee escallo[> shells lu-. 
ACFORD, ar. a horse's Lead sa. bridled or, issiung 



A C K 

out of water iii base az. on a chief gii. a cross 

ar. 
AcnALON, [Bavaria,] crest, a floAver-pot eared 

or, filled %vith roses f;u. 
AcHAM, [Plcnythe, Coniwall,] ar. a maunch 

betw. nine cinquefoils, three, three, and three, 

gu. — Crest, a lion sejant or, collared and lined sa. 
AcHANY, ar. a cross crosslet fitchee issuing out 

of a crescent sa. 
Achany, ar. tliree roebucks' heads cou])ed az. 

collared or, and a bell pendent thereat gu. 
AcnARD, [Berkshire,] or, a bend engr. sa. 
Achard, [Berkshire,] gyronny of six ar. and gu. a 

label of five points az. 
Achard, baiTV wavy of six ar. and gu. a label of 

five ])oints az. 
Achard, or, a bend of five fusils sa. 
AcHAS, [Leicestershire,] sa. three fleurs-de-lis 

ar. 
Ache, or Aciiev, [Devonshire,] sa. two denii 

lions passant guardant or. (Another, the field 

gu-) 
Achkfield, per cliev. ar. and sa. three leopards' 

faces connterchauged. 
Achefield, per chev. ai'. and sa. in chief a label of 

three points gu. in base as many leopards' faces 

or. 
AcHELEY, [London and Salop,] gu. on a fessc 

engr. ar. three crosses formec fitchee sa. betw. 

as many griffins' heads erased or. 
Acheley, gu. on a fesse engT. betw. three leopards' 

heads erased or, as nicUiy cross crosslets fitchee 

sa. 
Acheley, per pale gu. and or, a fleur-de-lis coun- 

terchauged. 
AcHENEY, ar. fi\e lozenges iu saltier betw. foui- 

lozenges gu. 
AcHERTON, gu. tln-ee falcons close ar. belled or. 
Achilles, az. two lioucels rampant endorsed 

or. 
AcHYM, ar. a maunch within abordure sa. charged 

with eight cinquefoils or. 
AcHYN, [Cornwall,]' ar. a maunch within an orle 

of eight cinquefoils gu. 
ACKELAM, ACKLAME, Or AcKLAM, [Moreby, 

Yorkshire,] gu. a maunch ai\ within an orle of 

cinquefoils of Ihe second. (Another, or.) 
AcKET, or Aket, [Ireland,] az. three hake 

fishes haurient ar. two and one. 
AcKHURST, ar. on a bend sa. three aconis or. — 

Crest,- a denii lion ar. holding, in his dexter paw, 

an acoru, slipped vert, fnicted or. 
ACKLAND, [Sir Hugh, Bart. Columb Jolin, De- 
vonshire,] cheeky ar. and sa. a fesse gu. — Crest, 

a sinister arm, in fesse, habited az. having on a 

glove, thereon a hawk perched ar. beaked and 

belled or. 



ACT 

ACLAND, [Devon,] gu. a bend or, charged v,\\h 

three trefoils vert, betw. a lion rampant in cl.itf, 

and three lozenges in base of the second. 
Acland. Sec Ak ELAND. 

AcKLKWARD, sa. a chev. betw. three garbs or. 
ACKLOW, quarterly indented ar. and az. 
AcKWORTH, erm. on a cliief indented gu. three 

coronets or. 
Achcorth, [Suftblk,] ar. a griffin segreant. 

(Anolltcr, saliant,) per fesse az. and purp. (and 

sa. and az.) armed or. 
AcLE, [Devonshire,] gu. two lions passant re- 
gardant or. 
ACLEY, or ACKLES, or, tlu-ce prJIetsaz. 
AcLOME, [York,] gu. a mauucli within an orle of 

cinquefoils ar. .- 

AcoTTS, [Sir John,] or a cross pierced az. bczantee. 
Acotts, or, on a cross pierced az. four cinquefoils of 

the field. 
^lco//s, or Acol'is, a cross quarter-pierced az. and 

or, the first charged with five bezants. 
Acoffs, or, a cross quarter-pierced az. charged 

yrith twenty bezants. 
Acre, gu. a fesse fusilly betw. tln-ee escallop 

shells ar. 
Acre, [Westmoreland,] gu. three escallops, v^itlun 

an orle of semee trefoils, slipped ar. 
Acre, gu. three lozenges or, in chief, as many 

escallop shells ar. 
Acre, or Acris, [Westmoreland,] az. on a cross 

or. (Another, ar.) four escallop shells gu. 
Acre, [Westmoreland,] gu. three fusils in fesse or, 

and in chief as many escallop sliells ar. 
Ac7-e, gu. tlnec escallops betw. nine trefoils slipped, 

three, three, tv,"o, and one, ar. 
Acres, [Northumberland,] ar. a fesse betw. six 

fleurs-de-hs sa. 
Acres, gu. three trefoils shpped in fesse or, betw. 

as many escallop shells ar. 
Acres, De. See Dacres. 
Acres, or, a cross potent gu. 

Acton, [Sir William, Bart. Aldenhara, Shrop- 
shire,] gu. two lions passant ar. betw. nine cross 

crosslets or. — Crest, on a wreath, a wreath ar. 

and gu. therein a leg, couped at the thigh, in 

armour ppr. (Another, crest, without a 

wreath.) 
Acton, [Salop,] quarterly per fesse indented ar. 

and gu. in the first a bordure sa. 
Acton, [Acton, Essex,] vert, a chev. betw. three 

estoiles ar. 
Acton, [Acton, Essex,] ar. a cross pattee engr. 

within a bordure sa. bezautee. 
Acton, gu. a fesse and bordure engr. erm. on a 

canton or, a tree eradicated of the field. 
Acton, [Worcestershire,] gu. a fesse erm. wifhui 

[B2j 



ADA 

a bordure engx. of the second. — Crest, an arm 

in armour, embowed ppr. holdiiif^ in the hand a 

sword ar. hilt or ; thereon, a boar's head couped 

sa. the neck issuuig- blood. 
Acton, gu. afesse and bordure engr. erm. 
Acton, [Worcestershire,] gu. a fesse ar. withiu a 

bordure engr. or. 
Acton, [SYorcestershire,] gu. a fesse and bordure, 

both engr. erm. in chief a chaplet vert. 
Acton, [Warwickshiie,]' gu. a fesse within a bor- 
dure erm. 
Acton, [Bockington,] ar. three ciuquefoils sa. 
Acton, gu. a bordure engr. erm. 
Acton, [Ripford,] ar. a fesse within a bordure 

engr. erm. 
Acton, [London,] quarterly per fesse indented ar. 

and gu. in the first quarter a Cornish chough sa. 
Acton, quarterly per fesse indented ar. and gu. on 

a bend az. three crosses forniee fitchee or. 
Acton, [Leicestershire,] quarterly per fesse in- 
dented ar. and az. 
Acton, gu. a cross sable within a bordure engr. 

erm. 
Acton, [Chesliire,] ar. a chev. gu. 
Acton, gu. a maunch within eight cinquefoils in 

orle ar. 
Acton, or, three bars vair. 
Acton, ar. three piles wavy gu. 
Acton, [Acton, ^yorcestershlre,] ar. a chev, betw. 

three cinquefoils gu. 
Acton, gyronny of eight ar. and gu. 
Acton, the same, addmg, on the second quarter, a 

cross pattee ar.chargethvithfive escallop shells gu. 
Acton, [Cheshire,] gu. a fesse erm. in cliief and in 

base, a lion passant ar. betw. two cross crosslets 

or. — Crest, a demi lion rampant guardant ar. 

grasping a spear or, enfiled Avith a boar's head 

couped gu. 
Acton, gu. crusulee of cross crosslets fitchee or, 

two lions passant ar. 
ACTONLEY, harry of sLx erm. and gu. and per 

pale az. a chief engr. of the third, and a point 

indented ar. 
AcwELL, paly of six ar. and az. on a chief gu. a 

leopard passant or. 
AcKeU, or Hackwell, paly of six ar. and az. a 

chief sa. 
Adair, per beud or and ar. three dexter hands, 

appauraee and erect. — Crest, a man's head 

couped and bloody ppr. 
Addair, [Scotland,] per beud ar. and az. a crescent 

counterchiuiged. 
Adam, ar. a crescent betw. three cross crosslets 

fitchee gu. — Crest, on a wreath, a crescent, as 

in the arms. [Borne lij Ceoj-ge Adam, Esq. of 
Christ-Churck, Hants, 1823.] 



ADA 

Adatn, or, on a cross gu. a mullet of the field. 

Adam, [Lincolnshire,] ar. a cross gu. 

Adam, ar. on a cross gu. a mullet or. 

Adam, sa. two bars ar. in chief three plates. 

Adam, vert, on a cross or, an estoile sa. [Granted 
to Thomas Adam, of Walden, Essex, Esq. hy 
Camden, Clarenceux, Sept. 80, 1G14.] 

Adams, [London,] sa. a mullet ar. 

Adams, [Salop,] erm. three cats-a-mountain in 
pale az. tails coward. — Crest, a greyhound's 
head erased erm. 

Adams, [London,] erm. three cats-a-mountaui in 
pale az. — Crest, a boar's head ar. couped gu. 

Adams. Same [home hij Sir Thomas Adams, of 
London, Knt. and Burt.'] 

Adams, erm. three cats-a-mount;iin in pale ppr. 
— Crest, a greyhomid's head erased erm. 

Adams, erm. three cats passiUit az. 

Adams, quai-terly erm. and az. in the second and 
third an eagle rising or. 

Adams, vert, on a cross or, a mullet of six points 
gu. — Crest, a raven sa. ^ 

Adams, vert, a cross or.- — Crest, a griffin's head, 
wnigs indorsed vert, charged on the breast -svith 
a cross or. 

Adams, [Middlesex,] ar. on a bend az. three tre- 
foils slipped or. 

Adams, ])er pale ar. and gu. a chev. betw. three 
gad-bees, all counterchanged. 

Adams, [London,] ar. on a cross gu. five mullets 
or. — Crest, a lion segrcaut or. 

Adams, []\Iiddle Temple,] sa. on a bend or, betw. 
two bezants, three martlets of the field. [Granted 
ly Borough, Garter, March 14, 1G39, to Wil- 
liam Adams.] 

Adams, [Lincolnshire,] vert, a pale ar. betw. two 
griffins segreant or. — Crest, a griffin's head 
betw. two wings gu. beaked az. on each whig 
^hree bezants. 

Adams, [Cambridge,] the same. — Crest, a griffin's 
head betw. two wings or. 

Adams, sa. a nmrtlet ar. 

Adams, or, crusily fitchee, a'lion nunpant within a 
bordure sa. 

Adams, [Middlesex,] ar. a fesse betw. four mart- 
lets gu. three and one. 

Adams, [Dr. Leicestershire,] or, on a fesse az. 
three escallops of the field. 

Adams, sa. three fleurs-de-lis ar. 

Adams, [Saint Ives,] ar. on a chev. sa. three mul- 
lets pierced or. 

Adams, [Wales,] az. a crescent betw. three mul- 
lets or. 

Adams, hairy of six ar. and gu. over all a hon 
ram])ant or. 

Adams, harry of six or and az. a saltier gu. 



A D E 

Adams, [Devon,] or, a liou rampant betw. ten 

cross crosslets sa, 
Adams, [Cboatou, Salop,] erm. a chev. vaire or 

and az. betw. tluee roses gu. seeded of the se- 
cond. — Crest, a grifliii's head erased erm. 

beaked gu. charged vith a chev. vaire or and 

az. 
Adamson, [Westmoreland,] vert on a cross or, 

an estoile sa. — Crest, a tilbot passant az. be- 

zantee, collared or. 
Adamson, ar. a crescent gu. betw. tliree cross 

crosslets fitchee az. 
Ad.\n, vert, ou a chev. ar. three pheous of the 

field. 
Adeane, ar. a chev. betw. three griflJus' heads 

erased sa. 
AnDERHURV, [Sussex,] or, a fesse embattled sa. 
Adderley, [StaCordshire,] ar. on a bend vert, 

tlu-ee mascles of the field. 
Adderley, [Waddington, Warwickshire,] ar. 

on a bend az. three mascles of the field. — 

Crest, on a chapcau gu. turned up erm. a stork 

ar. 
Adderley, [Staffordshire,] ar. ou a bend gu. betw. 

two lions' heads erased sa. thi-ee crosses pattec 

of the field. 
Adcrley, [Blackball, Staffordshire,] ar. on a bend 

az. three mascles of the field, each charged with 

a pheou gu. — Crest, a leopard's head couped or, 

pierced through the mouth with a sword-blade, 

broken, ar. 
Aderley, [Staffordshire,] ar. ou a chev. sa. three 

mullets of the field. 
Adcrley, ar. on a bend az. tlu-ee mascles of the 

field. 
Adeleiyh, gu. fretty or. 

Adekigh, gu. fretty or, witliin a bordure ar. 
Addice, ar. three addices az. handles or. 
Addison, erm. on a bend gu. three annulets or, 

on a chief az. three leopards' heads of the 

third. 
Addock-ap, or Paddock, ar. a fesse betw. 

three frogs vert. 
Addott, per chev. gu. and ar. 
Addotts, parted per chev. gu. and ar. two squirrels 

in chief, sejant, cracking nuts, and three piles 

ill base vert. 
Addreston, or Aderston, az. three martlets 

within a bordure engr. ar. two and one. 
Adelevesen, ar. three chaperons sa. 
Adelsdokk, or, two wings elevated sa. — Crest, 

two wings, as in the arms. 
Adelsreidt, gu. a goat sal taut to the sinister 

ar. 
Adexstoun, ar. a cross engr. sa. cantoned with 

four cross crosslet fitchee gu. (or sa.) 



ADS 

Aderton, [Lanca^liire,] sa. three sword chapes 

or. 
Aderton, [Lancashire,] ar. (or or,) two bends 

within a bordure sa. 
Aderlun, or Adreston, [Lancashire,] az. three 

nuirllets, within a bordure ejigr. ar. 
Aderton, or Adyrton, [Lancashire,] gu. three 

hawks, (or falcons,) ar. jessed and belled or, 

two and one. 
Aderton, gu. three falcons close or. \^Borue by 

John Aderton, of Adertun.] 
Adington, ar. a fesse betw. three escallops sa. 
Adinylon, [London,] per pale erm. and ermines, 

a chev. counterchanged. 
Adinylou, sa. a bend ar. 
Addinylon, [Devon,] per pale erm. and ermines 

on a chev. betw. tliree fleurs-de-lis, four lozenges, 

all counterchanged. — Crest, a leopard sejant, 

giuxrdant, ar. pellettee sa. 
Adi.S, ar. a chev. humctty, betw. three crosses 

formee gu. 
Adiston, ar. a fesse gu. betw. three pellets 

sa. 
Adlard, ar. on a fesse gu. betw. three wolves' 

heads erased sa. as many mullets of the field. — 

Crest, on a vvTeath, a cubit arm, holding in the 

hand a dagger erect, all ppr. 
Adlf.r, [Haverstoke, Essex,] sa. two bends 

erm. on a canton ar. a liou rampant sa. — Crest, 

a demi eagle, with wings displayed sa. charged 

on the breast vrith an estoile or. 
Adley, or Adelley, [Somersetshire,] gu. on a 

chev. or, three cross crosslets sa. 
Adlington, sa. a chev. betw. three goats' heads, 

ar. attired or. (Another, antelopes' heads.) 
Adlington, [Cheshire,] ar. a cross flory sa. 
AuLYN, [Loudon, 1590,] gu. nine martlets, 

three, three, two, and one, or. — Crest, on a 

mount vert, a martlet or. 
Admerold, [of the round table,] ar. three bar- 

rulets, and in chief a lion passant gu. 
Adoices, [Lancashn-e,] ar. a cross sa. in the first 

quarter, a fleur-de-lis gu. 
Auoi.tziieim, ar. a goat's horn, bowed to the 

sinister, lipt or. 
Adon. See Haddon. 
Adrian, g-u. four escallop shells in cross or. 
Adryan, bany nebule ai'. and sa. a chief cliequy 

or and az. 
Adronkkl, ar. on a cross formee gu. a mullet 

pierced or. 
Adryi'ayn, [Lmcolnsliire,] gu. a fesse hxmiet ar. 

in chief three gTifiins' heads erased or. 
Adston, ar. a bend indented sa. 
Adsion, or Adiston, ar. a fesse gu. betw. tliree 

pellets. 



A G M 

Adwood, gii. a lion rampant, taiifourchee nowed 

ar. 
Ady, or Adky, [Kent, London, and Hereford- 
shire,] gii. on a bend ar. three leopards' faces 

vert, lan[>ued of the iield. 
Adij, or Adnj, gu. on a bend ar. tliree leopards' 

faces sa. 
Achi, [Dodingtou, Kent, and the Borough of 

Southwark,] az. a fesse dauncette, betw. three 

cheriibims' heads or, faces ar. — Crest, on a 

mount vert, a stag lodged ar. attired and dii- 

cally crowned or. [Granted 1G15.] 
Adver, [Diirham, Kent,] ar. a chev. dauncette, 

betw. tlu'ee cherubims gu. 
Adzwood, ar. three ravens' heads couped p)jr. 
Aerborough, or Aerburg, or, an eagle's 

head -vrith hounds' ears az. 
^Etherston, az. three martlets or, ^?ithi^ a bor- 

dure engT. ar. 
ArFORDBiE, [Afordby, Lincolnslm-e,] ar. a saltier 

engr. sa. — Crest, a horse's head erased sa. bridled 

or. 
Afton, [Devon,] ar. a chev. engr. betw. three 

fleurs-de-hs sa. 
Agane, per pale ar. and sa. a chev. erm. betw. 

six martlets counterchanged of the field. 
Agard, [Lancashire,] ar. a chev. betw. three 

boars' heads erased. (Another, couped,) sa. 

langued g\i. armed or.— Crest, a bugle horn ar. 

garnished or, sti-inged sa. 
Arjard, [Lancashire,] ar. a chev. gu. betw. three 

boars' heads couped sa. — Crest, au ibex head or, 

charged with hurts, maned, tufted, homed, and 

collared az. 
Agard, [Derbyshire,] Another, the chev. engr. 
Agard, [Sudbery, Derbyshire,] ar. a chev. gu. 

betw. three boars' heads erased, \liorne hy 

Nicholas Agard, of that place.l 
Agas, [Wymondham, Norfolk,] az. a fesse cot- 

tised erm. in chief three stags' heads cabossed 

or. 
Agavle, or Ayale, or, three pallets sa. 
Aghorough, [Sir Robert, Knt. who assumed the 

name of Townsend,] az. a chev. engr. betw. 

three escallops erm. 
Acer, [Cheshire,] Aucher, Auger, or Ar- 
cher, erm. on a chief az. three lions rampant 

or. — Crest, a bidl's head erased gu. armed or. 
Agillon, or Agillun, and Agellmo, gu. a 

fleur-de-lis ar. 
Aginal, [Cresseley,] or, a Hon rampant regardant 

gu. 
AglioN'by, [Cumberland,] az. (Another, ar.) 

two bars sa. in chief tlu-ee martlets of the second. 

-— Ciest, a dcmi eagle disi)layed or. 
Ag.mokdesh.\m, [Horsley, Surrey,] ar. on a 



A I K 

clipv. az. betw. three boars' heads, couped sa. 

langued or, five cinrjuefoils of the last. — Crest, 

a stag or. 
Agmondhham, [.Surrey,] ar. on a chev. betw. 

three boars' heads cou])ed sa. five cinquefoils of 

the firld. 
Agmovdisham, [Surrey,] ar. on a chev. az. betw. 

three hoars' heads couijed sa, armed or, five 

cinquefoils of the last. 
Agnew, [Scotland,] ar. three sinister hands 

couped aud erect, two and one, gu. 
Agollon, or Agullun, [Yorkshire,] gii. ona 

canton ar. a cross flory sa. 
Agon, ar. a chev. betw. three martlets sa. 
Agras, ar. a hind trippant gu. on a canton of the 

second, three lozenges of the first. 
Agre\ ELL, [Chesley,] or, a hon rampant regar- 
dant a;-,. 
AgricolIj, erm. a canton gu. 
Agruall, gu. cnisuly or, a hoa rampant gardant 

of the second. 
Aguilliams, ar. a hon rampant erm. armed sa. 

collared or. 
Aguillox, sa. a lion rampant erm. 
Agyllon, az. a fleur-de-lis or. 
AlFLER, or Ayler, az. a cinquefoilenn. pierced 

ar. ^\ ifhia a hordure engr. or. 
Aighton, [Lancashire,] sa. three garbs or. — 

Crest, a snake, coiled up, ppr. 
AlTON, [Scotland,] ar. a cross engr. cantoned with 

four roses gu. — Crest, a hand pulling a rose 

Alton, [Ivinaldy,] the same, within a hordure of 
the second. — Crest, a rose-tree vert, flowered 
gu. 

Alton, the same, v.-ith a crescent ar. for difference. 
— Crest, a rose gu. 

Alton, [Scotland,] ar. a cross engr. betw. three 
rcses gu. 

Ato>', or, three covered cups gu. 

Aloii, or, a cross sa. 

Ayton, barry of sLx or and az. on a canton gu. a 
cross pattee ar. 

Ayton, gu. a cross patonce ar. 

AlGLES, [Xorthumberlaud,] sa. three lions ram- 
pant ar. two and one. 

Aigles, sa, tlu-ee lions passant gardant ar. two aud 
one. 

Aigles, [Northamptonshire,] sa. three lions ram- 
pant gardant ar. two and one. 

Aiken, ar. a cliev. betv,-. three cocks' heads sa. 

AiKEMiEAD, [Scothuid,] ar. tlffec acoms sUpped 
vert. 

AlKMAN, ar. a dexter arm, issuing out from the 
sinister side of the shield, holding an oak tree 
eradicated, and broken fisunder near the branches 



A K E 

pj)r. bctw. a crescent in the sinister chief point, 
and a mullet in the dexter biise point gu. 

Aikiiian, ar. a sinister hand in base, issuing out of 
a cloud, fessewajs, holding an oaken button pale- 
wa}s ppr. with a branch sprouting out at the top 
thereof, s\u-mouuted of a bend engr. gu. — 
Crest, an oak tree pjir. 

AlLARD, ar. two bais betw. nine martlets 
vert. 

AiLK, or Aylks, cheeky or and gu. a bend ar. 

AiLKSiiURY. See Aylesbury.' 

Air, ar. a cameleon ppr. 

AiRTH, [Scotland,] ar. a cliief sa. 

AiSELBiE, or AlSi;ABlE, [Yorkshii-c,] gu. three 
lozenges conjoined in fesse ar. betw. three lions' 
heads erased or. — Crest, a lion's head erased gu. 
gorged with three lozenges conjoined in fesse 
ar. 

Aislabtj, [Osgodby, York,] gu. three lozenges 
in fesse betw. as many hons' heads erased or. 
\_Graiiled to George Aislaby, Ksq. October 25, 
1063.] 

Aisu WORTH, [Oxfordshire,] gu. a cross engr. or 
betw. four fleurs-de-lis ar. 

AlTCHESON, (X.B.) ar. an eagle displayed, with 
two heads, sa. on a chief az. two mullets or. 

AiTKENS. See with Atkins. 

AlTO, 0/- AuiTO, [Devon,] or, three moors' heads 
in profile sa. two and one, v.reathed about the 
temples ar. and pearls in their ears. — Crest, out 
of a cloud an aim ppr. holding a sword erect 
ar. hilt or, on tlie blade a moor's head, as in 
the arms. 

Akeland, [Devon,] cheeky ar. and sa. a fesse 
gu. 

Akeland, [Devon,] barry of eight ar. and sa. a pale 
couuterchanged, and a fesse gu. 

Akeland, [Devon,] ar. a pale sa. over all a fesse 
gu. cottised of the second, voided of the first. 

Akeland, or Akelout, [Gloucester,] ar. on a bend, 
cottised gu. three mullets or. 

Akklham, [York,] gu. a maunch betw. eight 

- cinquefoils in crie ar. 

Akelitz, Akelits, or Hakelut, gu. three 
hidberts or. 

Akentiiorp, [Akenthorp, Derbyshii-e,] vert a 
chcv. betw. three escallops or. 

Akeris, or Akyris, ar. on a bend sa. tlu-ee 
acorns or, husked vert. 

Akerman, [London,] quarterly, per fesse in- 
dented first and fourth, gu. in chief, a maunch 
ar. in base, an acorn-sprig or, second and third 
or, thi-ee dragons' heads couped of the first. — 
Crest, out of a palhsado coronet or, an arm cm- 
bowed, habited gu. culf ar. holding in the hand 
ppr. au oak-brancb vert, fructed or. [Granted, 



ALB 

Maij 20, 17G1, to Isaac Akerman, of London 
and Sitrrei/.] 

Aret, [Derbyshire,] ai". two bends gu. 

Aket, ar. on a fesse betw. two cottises gu. three 
fleurs-de-lis of the field. 

Alaband, sa. a dog couchant on a cushion or. 

Al.vnby, ar. a chev. engr. within a bordure az. 

Alanhij, a chev. engr. sa. 

Aebam, [Cornwall,] erm. on a cross gii. five be- 
zants. 

Albane, erm. [27(W coat belonged to Albane, 
Earl of Britain, itnto ichom William the Con- 
queror gave the earldom of Richmond and the 
honour of Middlesham.'] 

Albange, gu. a wolf saliaut or. 

Albany, or Dabigxey, gu. an eagle displayed 
within a bordiu-e ar. 

Albany, [Loudon, Salop, and Bedfordsliire,] ar. 
on a fesse betw. tliree cinquefoils gu. a grey- 
hound passant rr. (Another, couriint or.) — 
Crest, out of a ducal coronet, g-u. a demi dol- 
phui rising or. (Another, a dolphin baurient 
or.) 

Albany, [Lord of Eelvoire,] or, tAvo chevronels 
and bordure gu. 

Albncy, [Earl of Arundel,] gu. a lion ranipcnt 
or. 

Albemarle, gu. a cross pofence vair. 

Albemarle, ar. a chev. betw. three lions' heads 
erased gu. 

Albert, az. a griflln segreant or. 

Alberton, ar. a chev. betw. three bulls' beads 
erased sa. 

Alberton, ar. a chev. betw. three bears' heads 
erased sa. langiicd gu. muzzled or. 

Alberton, [Plympton,] az. a talbot passant ar. col- 
lared gu. 

Alberton, [Devon,] ar. two bars sa. betw. thive 
ogTOsses, within a bordure engr. of the second. 

Albertus, or Alasco, [Poland,] gu. a hull of 
a ship, having only a mainmast and a top, with- 
out iuiy tackhng, or. 

Albery, [Wickiugham, Berkshire, 1590,] g-u. a 
cross engr. betw. four stock-doves ar. — Crest, a 
stock-dove az. holding in his beiik a br<\nch, 
leaves and stalk vert, fructed gu. 

Albin. See Albon. 

Albino, ar. three bendlets gii. 

Alblastek. The same as Arblaster. 

Albominster, [Cornwall,] ar. a chief az. 

Albon, vert, on a bend ar. three crosses formee^ 
litchee az. 

Albon, or Albin, ar. a tomb-stone gu. 

Albone, ar. a lion unarmed gu. 

Alborough, gu. a fesse betw. six cross crosslets 



A L D 

Alhorough, az. a fesse betw. lliree cross crosslets 

ar. 
Alhorongh, or AUmrgh. The same, field sa. 
Alboroiigh, or Albrough, ar. a fesse betw. three 

cross crosslets titcbec az. 
AlberoiKjh, or Alhorowjh, gu. (Another, sa.) a 

fesse betw. tliree cross crosslets ar. (Another, 

plahi crosses.) 
Alberough, [Somersetshire,] .'^a. two swords in 

saltier ar. hilt and pomcls gold, betw. four ileurs- 

de-lis or, a bordiire erm. — Crest, a fox ar. col- 
lared and lined or. 
Albrizth, St. [^a Dane, founder of the Minster, 

of Hertford,'] az. tluee clicv. or, a label of 

three jjoints ar. 
Alberiuiry, or Aberbuky, or, a fosse em- 
battled sa. 
Alby, gu. a fesse cheeky or and .az. betw. tlu-ee 

fleurs-de-lis gold. 
Albyn, or, on a cross sa. five eaglets displayed 

ar. 
Albyn ETTO, gii. a lion rampant or. 
Alciiorn, [Kent,] ar. a buck's head cabossed sa. 

and chief indented of the second. — Crest, a 

human heart gu. ducally crovrned or, betw. a 

pair of wings ai-. 
Alcock, [Kent,] ar. on a fesse gii. betw. three 

scythes sa. as many fleurs-de-lis or.- — Crest, out 

of a ducal coronet az. a demi swan erm. wings 

expanded, and ducally crowued or. 
AlcocJc, ))er pale or and az. a chev. betw. three 
. eagles displayed, all counterchanged, on a chief 

gu. three lozenges erm. 
Alcock, [Siberloft, Leicestershire,] gu. a fesse 

betw. three cocks' heads erased ar. beaked and 

crested or. — Crest, a cock, erm. barbed, mem- 

bered, crested, and wattled, or. [Granted 

to Thomas Alcock, of that place, June 8, 

1G16.] 
Alcock, ar. a fesse betw. three cocks' heads erased 

sa. membered gu. 
Alcock, [Bishop of Ely,] ar. a fesse betw. three 

cocks' heads erased sa. within a bordure gu. 

charged with eight crowns or. 
Alcock, [Cheshire,] ar. a fesse gu. betw. three 

scythes, sa. 
Alcock, ar. on a fesse gu. three fleurs-de-lis or, 

betw. as many scythes ppr. 
Alcock, ar. on a cliev. betw. three cocks' beads 

erased sa. the tsvo in chief respecting each other, 

and betw. them the letters AL. az. an escallop 

shell or. 
Aldam, [Sussex and Kent,] az. a pile waved, 

issuing out of the dexter corner of the escochcon 

bendways or. 
Aldam, [Sufl'olk,] az. a bend wavy or. 



A L D 

Aldam, az. one ray of the sun issuing out of the 

dexter comer of the escocheou bendways or. 
Aldam, or Alden, gu. three crescents erm. two 

and one. (Another, the same, within a bordure 

engr. ar.) 
Aldam, [Kent,] az. the sun in splendour or. 
Aldbraham, az. the sun iu splendour ppr. 
Aldbright, ar. a fesse betw. three cross cross- 
lets az. 
ALDBtTRGii, ar. a fesse betw. tliree cross crosslets 

fitchee az. 
Aldr, [Kent,] erm. on a chief sa. two griflins 

combatant ar. 
Aide, ar. on a pale sa. betw. two ogresses, a demi 

lion rampant or. 
Aide. SeeAuLD. 
Aluen, [Hertfordshire, and of the Temple, 

London,] gu. a bezant betw. three crescents, 

within a bordure, engr. erm. — Crest, out of a 

ducal coronet, per pale gu. and sa. a demi hon 

or. [Granted 1G{)7.'] 
Alden, or, a bat's wing gu. surmounted of another, 

az. — Crest, out of a coronet ar. two wings, as 

in the arms. 
Alden, gu. three crescents, -within a bordure engr. 

erm. 
Alden, gu. three crescents, enu. witliiu a bordure, 

engr. ar. 
Alder, gu. three crescents erm. and a bordure 

engT. ar. 
Alderbery, ar. three bunches of alderbcrries 

ppr. 
Alderbery, or, a fesse embattled sa, 
Alderby. The same as Albkrbury. 
Alderford, [Norfolk,] ar. a saltier az. — Crest, 

a rat ppr. 
Alderford, or, a saltier az* 
Alderford, [SVar^vick shire,] ar. on a saltier az. 

betw . four griffins' heads erased, erm. a leopard's 

face and four lozenges or. 
Alderford, [Warwickshire and Worcestershire,] ar. 

on a saltier az. a tyger's head erased or. 
Aldernam, az. the sun in splendom- ppr. 
Alderne, [Suffolk,] gu. three cross crosslets or, 

a chief of the second. 
Aldersey, [London and Kent,] gu. on a bend 

engr. ar. betw. two cinquefoils of the second, 

three leopards' faces vert. — Crest, on a plume of 

feathers ar. a demi g-riflin gu. 
Aldersey, gu. on a bend engr. betw. two cinque- 
foils or, three leopards' faces az. 
Aldersey, [Cheshire,] gu. on a bend betw. two 

cinquefoils or, throe leopard's faces az. 
Alderson, ar. three saracens' heads affrontee 

couped at the shoulders ppr. wreathed about the 

temples of the first and sa. quartering az. three 



A L D 

boars' heads couped, in pale or, for Lloyd. — 
Crest of Alderson, on a vreath, a dove, holding 
in the beak an olive-branch ppr. — Crest of Lloyd, 
viz. on a wreath, a boar's head couped or. 
[Bo?-ne hi/ Christopher Alderson Alderson, Esq. 
fformerlij Lloyd, J of the Five Houses, Uomer- 
ton, jUiddlesex, v:ho, by royal license, in 1S12, 
assumed (he surncane of Alderson only.] A Sub- 
scriber. See Plate of Arms. 

Alderson, az. a chev. engjr. erm. bctw. three suns 
in splendour ppr. — Crest, on a wreath, behind a 
mount vert, thereon a branch of alder, the sun 
risinn- ppr. 

Aldevvi>'CKLE, ar. on a cross formee, gu. a mul- 
let or. 

AJdeu-inclle, ar. a cross formee ^. [Confirmed 
1584.] 

Aldeivinckle, gu. four lozenges ar. one, two, and 
one. 

Aldeninkell, quarterly, first, erm. on a cross 
formee gu. a mullet or ; secondly, sa. three but- 
terflies v^ithin a bordure engr. ar. 

Aldham, [Shimpling, Norfolk,] or, two talbots 
passant sa. langued gu. lietw. tn'o Haunches of 
the second. — Crest, a talbot's head erased or, 
gorged with a collar sa. lined gu. 

Aldham, az. a star of nine points or. 

Aldliam, az. a sun ar. 

Aldham, [Kent,] az. a pile or. 

Aldeed, gii. a chev. betw. three griflius' heads 
erased ar. 

Aldrcd, gu. a chev. engr. betw. three gTiffius' heads 
erased ar. 

Aldrich, [Dr. Vice-Chancellor of Oxford and 
Dean of Christ-Church,] or, on a fesse vert, a 
bull passant ar. armed or. 

Aldrich, [Cheam, Surrey,] ar. on a fesse or, a 
bull passant az. 

Aldridgk, ar. a bordure az. bezantee, on a dex- 
ter canton gai. three swords barways, in pale ar. 
hilt and pomcls or, the points to the dexter side. 
■ — Crest, a plioenix in flames ppr. on the breast 
and each wing a bezant. [Granted to John 
Aldridye, of Kinysclere, Hants, 1772.] 

Aldrich, vert, a chev. betw. three garbs or, 
over all a bend gu. 

Aldrington, sa. on thret> hawk-lures ar. as many 
annulets gii. 

Aldrinyton, sa. three hawk-lines, penned, stringed, 
and ringed, ar. 

Aldrinylon, Alderinylon, Allerrinyfon, or Akw- 
rimjton, sa. three hawk-lures ar. attached or. 

Aldvvohth, [Bristol and Wiltshire,] ar. a 
chev. gai. betw. three boars' heads couped, 
within an orle of eight cross crosslets fitehee 
az. 



A L F 

Alefe, per fesse.. .. a lion rampant betw. three 
crosses pattee fitehee 

Alegii, vert, a saltier betw. four eagles displayed 
or. 

Alesbury, or Aylesbury, az. a cross ar. 

Alesford, gu. a fret engT. enn. 

Alexander, [Scotland,] per pale ar. and sa. a 
chev. betw. two mullets in chief, and a crescent 
ill base, all counterchanged. 

Alexander, per pale ar. and sa. a chev. bctw. a 
vmting pen fesseways in chief, and a crescent in 
base, all counterchanged. 

Alexander, per pale ar. aiul sa. a chev. bruised at 
the top, and in base a crescent counterchanged. 
— Crest, a horse's head couped gu. bridled 
ar. 

Alexander, per pale ar. and sa. a chev. and in base 
a crescent, coiuiterchanged, a canton az. charged 
with a harp or. — Crest, on a wreath, a cubit 
arm erect holduig a s^vord ppr. pomel aud hilt or. 
lBor7ie by James Alexander, Esq. 3J.P. of 
Summer-Hill, near Tunbridge, ICenl, 1823.] 

Alexander, ar. five bars gu. over all a lion rampant 
or, crowned, and sustaining a battle-axe of the 
last. — Crest, a cock ar. beaked aud membered 
or. 

Alexander, gu. a lion sejant on a chair, and hold- 
ing in his paws a battle-axe ai-. 

Alexander, paly of six ai". and az. ou a bend gu. 
three mullets of the first. 

Alexander, or Sanderson, [Durham,] paly of six 
ar. and az on abend sa. a sword ar. 

Alexander, az. on a mount vert, a falcon, with 
wings expanded, looking at an estoile ar. 

Alexander, [Do\er, Kent,] baiTy of ten ar. 
and az. a lion rampant gu. holdhig a battle-axe 
or. 

Alexander, ar. five bars gu. over all a hon rampant 
crowned, or, supporting a battle-axe of the 
last. — Crest, a cock ar. beaked and membered 
gu. 

Alexander, [Winton,] az. a chev. betw. tlu-ee 
talbots' heads erased ar. collared gu. — Crest, a 
talbot's head erased a)-, collared gu. 

Aleynsheuls, gu. a bend embattled counter- 
embattled ar. 

Alfeyn, gu. a fret erm. 

Alkord, [Berkshire,] gu. six pears or, three and 
three, barwa\s, a chief or. — Crest, a boar's 
head ar. with a brcken spear, haiulle thi'ust do\vn 
the mouth or. 

Alford, [Surrey, Yorkshire, and Salop,] gu. six 
peajs or, three, two, and one, a chief of the 
second. — Crest, a boar's head ar. in his mouth 
three feathers of a i)heasant's tailpi)r. 

Alford, [Ipswich, Sufl'olk,] ar. a hind's head 
[ ^ ] 



A L G 

couped az. collared or, betw. two bazle-boughs 

vert, fructed or. 
Alford, [SufiToIk,] ar. on a saltier az. betw. four 

griftms' heads erased gii. a liou passaiit or. 
Alford, gu. a cross moline ar. 
Alford, [Devou,] ar. two greyhounds current in 

pale sa. 
Alford, [Northampton,] gu. fretty erni. 
Alforth, [Yorkshire,] gu. three pears, the stalks 

upwards, and a chief or. 
Alfounukr, [Ivirkby and Dedhara, Essex,] ar. 

on a cross az. betw. four birds sa. five nails or. 

— Crest, an ai-m, couped at the elbow, and 

erect, vested gn. cuffed ar. in the liand ppr. 

three nails or, all betw. two viugs ar. 
Alfred, gyrouny of four pieces az. and gu. a 

cross bottone, on the upper end a crown or, on 

the nether end a bezant. 
Alfred, [King,] chequy or and purp. on a chief sa. 

a liou passant guardant or. 
Alfred, [King, West Saxous,] chequy ar. and az. 

on a chief gu. a liou rampant guardant or. 
Alfreton, az. two chev. or. 
Alfrev, erm. on a chief indented sa. three 

swans' necks erased ar. gorged with a cro-Nvu gu. 

and thereto chains aflixed or. 
Alfrcy, [Sussex,] per fesse sa. and erm. a pale 

counterchanged, three ostriches' necks erased ar. 

gorged with crowns gu. 
Alfrey, [Shoreham,] ar. on a chev. sa. a fleur-de- 
lis of the field. 
Alfrey, [Sussex, 1591,] per fesse sa. and erm. a 

pale counterchanged, tlu-ee ostriches' beads 

erased ar. gorged with crowns and lines or. — 

Crest, an ostrich's head and neck betw. two 

ostriches' feathers ar. 
Alfrey, ar. a fesse bet^v. three boars' heads couped 

sa. 
Alfrey, [Sussex,] ar. on a chev. sa. three fleurs- 
de-lis of the first. 
Al/frey, per fesse sa. and erm. a pale counter- 

chnnged, three ostriches' necks erased ar. gorged 

with ducal coronets, and lined or. — Crest, on a 

^vreatb, an ostrich's neck couped ar. ducaliy 

gorged or, betw. two ostriches' feathers ppr. 

[Jiorne hi/ Edward Allfrey, Esq. of Salehurst, 

Sussex, 1823.] 
Alfroy, ptirty per fesse gu. and sa. tlu-ee swans' 

heads erased ar. crowned or. 
Algar, or, au eagle displayed sa. membered 

Algernon, or, a lion rampant az. maned gu. 

Algood, ar. a cross eiigx. gu. betw. four mullets 
az. on a chief or, three damask roses of the se- 
cond, seeded or, barbed vert. — Crest, two arms 
embowed in armour, holding in the hands ppr. a 



ALL 

human heart gu. euflamed or, charged with a 
tower triple towered ar. [Grniiied to Lan- 
celot Algood, of Norlhumherland and Devon, 
1752.] 

Alicock, [Northamptonsliire,] gu. a fesse or, 
betM-. three cocks' heads erased ar. combed and 
v.attled gold. — Crest, a cock erm. combed and 
wattled or. [Corifrmed by Seyar, lOlG,] 

Alishoknk, az. a cross ar. 

Alison, parted per bend gu. and or, a fleur-de- 
lis counterchanged. 

Aliter, vert, au eagle displayed or. 

Aljov, ar. three hearts conjoined in triangle by 
the points gu. and in base a martlet sn. 

Alkington, [Salop,] quarterly or and gu. an 
eagle displayed counterchanged. 

Alkins, ar. three bais az. in chief, tluee tor- 
teauxes. 

Allakdice, ar. a fesse wavy gn. betw. three 
boars' heads erased sa. (Another, within abordure 
of the second.) — Crest, a stalk of wheat and a 
branch of palm in saltier ppr. 

Allaton, or Alton, gu. three chev. vair on a 
cliief ai-. a lion passant guardant az. 

Allen, or, a chev. betw. three bloodhounds pas- 
sant sa. collared of the first, armed gu. — Crest, 
on a coronet or, lined erm. a bloodhound pas- 
sant sa. collared or, aimedgu. [Grantedhy Sir 
X\'iltiam Segar, Garter, 1610, to Christopher 
Allen, gent. Jiorne by the Aliens, of Grove, 
near Maidstone, Kent!] 

Allen, [Sir Thomas, Earl. Thaxsted, Essex,] sa. a 
cross potent or. — Crest, a demi liou az. hold- 
ing in the two paws a rudder of a vessel or. 
[^Borne, also, by Sir Thomas Allen, of Elnch- 
tei/, Middlesex. i 

Allen, [Sir Thomas, Bart. Bhmdesdon, Suffolk,] 
gu. two swords bar« ays ar. hilts and pommels or, 
betw. four mullets of the third. 

Allen, [Sir William, ICnt. Kent,] per fesse sa. and 
or, a pale engr. counterchanged and three tal- 
bots passant or, collared gu. 

Allen [M.D. London,] ar. a bend indented betw. 
a crescent and mullet gu. 

Allen, [Whetston, Leicestershire,] per pale ar. 
and sa. a chev. betw. three talbots passant and 
colhu'cd, all counterchanged. 

Allen, [London,] jicr pale ar. and sa. a chev. 
betw. three talbots sejant, collared, all coimter- 
changed. — Crest, a demi griCin, holding in the 
claws a branch fructed or. 

Allen, [London,] per pale ar. and sa. a chev. 
engr. betw. three talbots counterchanged. 

Allen, [Essex,] sa. on a chev. or, betw. three be- 
zants, charged with as many talbots passant of the 
first, three crescents az. 



ALL 

Alien, [London,] barry of six ar. and az. over all 
an anclior in pale with two cables fixed to the 
ring, noded and pendiuit or. 

Alien, [London,] or, three oc^esses, on each a 
Uilbot passant ar. on a chief gu. a lion pas- 
sant puardant erin. betw. two anchors of tiie 
field. 

Alleit, sa, a cross forruce or. 

Allen, ar. on a chev. g^ri. three lozenges of the 
field, each charged with a cross crosslet sa. 

Allen, OT Alleijn, [Sufiolk, Cheshire, and Wilts,] 
per bend sinister or and sa. six martlets couu- 
tercluuiged. — Crest, a marllet ar. wnged, and 
holdnig in the beak an acorn or, leaved vert. 

Allen, [Yorkshire,] sa. a fesse engr. betvv. three 
(albots jjassant or, collared gu. 

Allen, per chev. ar. and sa. six martlets counter- 
changed. 

Allen, [Ivfjiccstershire,] per pale ar. and sa. a chev. 
betw. tiiree talbots pass;iut counterchanged, col- 
lared or. 

Allen, [London, Derby, and StafTordsliire,] per 
chev. gu. and erm. in chief two lions' heads 
erased or.— Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a 
horse's head ar. 

Allen, [Ireland,] ar. a chev. gu. betw. three ogresses, 
each charged with a talbot or, on a chief of the 
second a lion passant betw. two crescents of the 
first. 

Allen, [Essex,] or, on a chev. engr. az. three cres- 
cents of the first betw. as many plates, each 
chiu-ged with a greyhound current sa. collared gu. 

Allen, or, on a chev. sa. three martlets ai-. betw. as 
many ogresses, each charged with a talbot or, 
on a chief az. a demi lion rampant, betw. two 
dragons' heads erased or. 

Allen, [Surrey,] ar. a chev. betw. three cinque- 
foils gu. — Crest, an arm couped at the elbow 
anderect, holding a human heart, the arm issuing 
out of llanics of fire, all ppr. [^Borne hy the 
founder of Dulwich College, Surrey.} 

Allen, or Alleine, or, a chev. betw. three leopards' 
faces gu. 

Allen, [Kent,] or, a chev. betw. three bloodhounds 
upon the scent sa. — Crest, on a mount vert, 
paled round or, a hound sa. collared of the last. 

Allen, az. a fesse nebulee erm. 

Allen, [Lancashire,] barry nebulee of six pieces 
ar. and gu. a label of three points az. 

Allen, [Sussex and Sull'olk,] ar. two bars sa. in 
chief three mullets of the second. 

Alkn, ar. three bars gu. over all as many towers, 
tri|)k'-towcred or, two and one. 

Allen, sa, a cross potence or, fretty gu. 

Allen, [Dublin,] ar. two bars wavy az. on a chief 
of the second an estoile betw. two escallops or. 



ALL 

• — Crest, a bezant charged with a talbot's he^d 
erased sa. 

Allen, ar. a chev. betw. tliree roses gu. 

Allen, gu. on a cross pattee ar. fi\e escallop shells 
az. 

Allen, [London,] per fesse gu. and sa. a chev. 
rompu betw. three grilfins' heads erased erm. — 
Crest, a griffin's head erased, per fesse erm. 
and gu. [Granted to Kdward Allen, Esq. She- 
riff' of London, ]600.] 

Allen, [Essex,] or, on a fesse vert, three lions ram- 
pant of the field. 

Allen, sa. three lozenges or, two and one. 

Allen, ar. tliree lozenges sa. 

Allen, [Viscount Allen, Ireland,] ar. tv\'o bars 
wavy az. on a chief of. the last an estoile betw. 
two escallops or. — Crest, a bezant charged witli 
a talbot's head erased sa. Supporters, two tal- 
bots sa. 

Allen, [Francis, Esq. Chelsea, 15G3,] ar. a pale 
gu. surmounted with a chev. counterchanged, 
charged with a cinquefoil gu. — Crest, a talbot's 
head erased, per pale indented ar. and gu. col- 
lared and chained sa. 

Allen, [Devon,] barry of six ar. and gu. six mul- 
lets, three, two, and one, or. — Crest, a mullet gu. 
pierced or. 

Allen, [London,] per fesse, gu. and sa. a chev. 
rompu counterchanged. 

Allen, [Derby,] or, a fesse gu. betw. three oak- 
leaves ppr. [Granted to Geor ye Allen, of Stan- 
ion- Woodhouse, June 16, 1.58(j.] 

Alain, quarterly, gu. and az. a fion rampant ai-. 

Alain, [Essex,] sa. a cross potence or. 

Alan, Fitz, or, four ban-idets gu. 

Alan, [Earl of Richmond,] erm. 

Alan, [of Galloway,] az. a lion rampant ar. cro-svned 
or. 

Alan, sa. a cross crosslet or. 

Alan, [ViscountRohan,] gu. teumascles pierced or. 

Allan, per bend indented ar. and gu. in chief 
two crescents, and in base a star, ;iJl comitcr- 
changed. 

Allan, [Hertfordshire,] sa. a cross potent or, 

Allan, [Scotland,] az. a fion rampant ar. 

Allan, [Scotland,] per bend indented, ar. and gu. 
a crescent in chief of the second, mid in base a 
mullet or. 

Allan, Fitz, barry of eight, or. and gu. 

Allcyn, sa. a cross potent ar. 

Alluyn, [Sir Edward. Bart.] sa. a cross potent or. 

Alleyne, [Hayesleigh, Essex,] ar. on a fesse 
vert, three fleurs-de-lis of the first. 

Alleyne, per chev. gu. and erm. in chief two lions' 
heads erased ar.— Crest, out of a ducal coronet 
or, a horse's head ar. 

[c2] 



ALL 

Allyn, per fesse, Cfu. ajid sa. a chev. rompu 
betw. three grifliiis' heads erased erni. on a can- 
ton ur. a cross potent betw. four crosses pattee 
or. — Crest, a t;ee eradicated vert, the branches 
fructed with berries gu. 

Allin, [Bart. Suffolk,] "u. a cinquefoil pierced 
or. — Crest, a snake coiled up and environed with 
flags, i. e, rushes ppr. 

Ali/n, Fitz, ar. three boars' heads couped vert, 
eared or. 

Alhjn, [London,] az. a pale eiigr. eriu. 

Allyn, [Banipton, Devon,] per bend rolnpu ar. and 
sa. six martlets and au annulet in the dexter 
chief point counterchauged. 

Ahlen, per fesse ar. and az. a stock or trunk of 
a tree, couped and eradicated in Lend or. 

Allen SON, az, an inescocheon ar. 

Alknson, paly wavy of six or and az. on a chief 
gu. a liou passant guardant or. — Crest, a demi 
bon nunpant guaidant or, liolding a cross gu. 

Al/eusoii, az. chev. ar. 

A Hanson, [Duke,] az. three fleurs-de-lis or, a 
bordure gu. 

Allaunsnn, [Durham,] ar. a fesse az. betw. t^vo 
boars' heads sa. couped gu. — Crest, a pheon ar. 
in it a broken stafl-liandle or. 

Allerdes, [Scotland,] ar. a fesse wavy gu. betw. 
thiee boars' heads erased sa. 

Allekton, per chev. sa. and ar. in chief two 
barrulets of the last. 

AUerlon, ar. three bars sa. in chief three pellets 
within a bordure engr. of the second. 

AUerlon, ar. two bars sa. iu chief three pellets. 

AUcrton, per chev. sa. and or, three bars gemels ar. 

AUerlon, ar. a chev. betw. tliree lions' heads erased 
sa. 

AUerlon, ar. two bars sa. in chief three pellets, a 
bordure engr. of the second. 

Allesley, [Warwickshire,] vert, three chev. 
iu base, interlaced, a chief or. 

AUesley, ar. a bend az. in chief an ainndet of the 
second. 

Allestkev, ar. a bend az. betw. three escocheons 
gu. each charged with a fesse of the tirst, a chief 
of the second. 

Alhslry, ar. a chev. az. on a bend gu. three esco- 
cheons parted per fesse vert and ar. 

Alleslry, ar. a chief gii. on a bend az. tliree es- 
cocheons counterchanged of the first and se- 
cond. 

Allett, [Iwood, Somersetshire,] or, on a pale sa. 
betw. two pellets, a demi lion rampant gold. — 
Crest, a unicom's head ar. collared sa. 

Alley, [Sir Joiin, Knt.] gu. a cross ar. within a 
bordure invecked of tlie second. 

Alley, gu. a cross engT. witliiu a bordure ar. 



A L M 

Alley, az. a ))ale crm. betw. t\\o lions rampant of 
the second, ducally crowned or. 

Alley, [Bishop of Exeter,] same arms. 

Alley, az. a pale erm. 

AUye, [Dorset,] or, a talbot's head erased sa. 
ou a chief embattled of the second, three plates 
or bezants. — Crest, a stag's head erased, per pale 
ar. and or, attired of the first. 

AUye, [Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire,] az. a lion 
rampant ar. — Crest, a leopard's head or, betw. 
two wings sa. 

Allgood, or, a leopard's head az. and two cocks 
gu. betw. as many flanches sa. each charged with 
a fleur-de-lis ar. 

Allyood, [Northumberland,] ar. a cross engr. betw. 
four midlets gu. on a chief az. three roses of the 
first. 

Allikone, vert, on a bend ar. three crosses for- 
mee fitchee az. 

Allixgton, or Ollingtox, [London,] or, a 
lion rampant within a bordure engr. az. — Crest, 
out of a ducal coronet or, a buck's head ppr. at- 
tired of the first, pierced tluough the neck with 
an arrow of the last, barbed and flighted ar. 

Allincjfan, [Giles Lord, Horse-Heath, Cambridge- 
shire,] sa. a bend engr. betw. six billets ar. 
(Another, eight.) — Crest, a talbot passant erm. 

AlUnylon, ar. a bend betw. eight billets sa. (Ano- 
ther, the bend eiigT.) — Crest, a talbot passant erm. 

AlUnylon, sa. a fesse engr. betw. six billets ar. 

AlUnylon, [Sir William, Knt.] sa. a bend engr. 
betw. six billets ar. 

AUington, az. a bend engr. betw. six billets ar. 

Allott, [Lancashire and Lincohishire,] ar. ou 
a bend sa. a demi liou of the field betw. two 
ogresses. (Another, the field or.) 

Allott, [South Kirkby, Yorkshire,] or, a fesse 
az. betw. four barrulets wavy of the last, osi a 
canton of the second, two bars ar. charged with 
tliree swallows volant sa. viz. on the first, two ; 
second, one. — Crest, a cubit arm erect, vested, 
or, chaiged w ith a fesse betw. four barrulets, 
cufled ar. holding in the hand pjir. a mullet or. 
[Granted, June 9, 1729.] 

A.II0II, [Lord ]\]ayor, L59i,]ar. on a pale sa. betw. 
two pellets, a demi lion couped or. 

Allport, [Cannock, Stafl'oidshire,] barry wavy 
of eight, ai-. and az. on a bend or, three mullets 
gu. — Crest, a demi liou erm. gorged with a 
raurid coronet gu. 

ALL^Y EXT, gu. a chev. betv/. three fleurs-di-hs erm. 

Allworth, [Devon,] ar. a fesse betw. six bil- 
lets gu. 

ALL-i -M, or AuuLY.M, ar. tluee crabs erect sa. 

Alman, [Pearnsey, Sussex,] per beud dexter 
or and sa. a cross potent counterchanged. — 



A L S 

CrosI, a \vg in armour, spurred or, coupetl in 

the middle of the thig-h. 
Alinan, ar. a spread eagle sa. armed or. 
Ai-MARAiiE, ai-. a drapoii segreant, wiuged, az. 
Almakli:. See Albermarle. 
Ai'MAVNE, or, an eagle displayed sa. armed 

pi'- 
Almer, iiz. a lion rampant or, armed and langued 

Almi;ricis, or, fretty sa. on a chief of the last 

throe bezants. — Crest, a nag's head erased ar. 

ducaliy gorged or. 
Almosh, ar. an almond slip fructed ppr. 
Almonder, or, an almond shp fructed ppr. 
Almont, gu. a cross vair. 
Al.mot, [Sulfolk,] ar. a chev.bet^v. three escallops 

sa. 
Alinot, A/iiof, and Alneol, qTiarterly per pale in- 
dented or and gu. on tiie first and fourth, five 

mascles conjunct, one, three, arid one. 
A L.MS, gu. three stags' heads erased, or. — Crest, 

on a v.Teath, a stag's head as in the arms. [il. 

I. to Captain James Alms, H.N. in Chichester 

caihedral.'] 
Aeneham, az. five fusils in fesse or, a bendlet 

g-u. 
Alnwick, ar. a cross moline sa. 
Alnwick, or Almeicu/ce, paly of six az. and or, 

on a chief gu. three cross crosslets of the first. 
Alphe, [Hants,] ar. a lion passant, betw. three 

boars' heads couped sa. — Crest, out of a ducal 

coronet, an eagle's head. 
Alpiiex, ar. a fesse betw. three boars' heads 

erased sa. 
Alphenn, ar. a fesse betw. three boars' heads 

couped sa. lying paleways. 
Alpjiew, or Alphegh," ar. a fesse betw. three 

boars' heads couped sa. 
Alphuaman, az. three eagles displayed betw. 

nine cross crosslets or. 
Ali'IN, or, a fesse betw. tliree bullfinches ppr. 
Alpram, [Cheshire,] three eagles displayed or. 
Alpram, az. semee de crusily, three eagles dis- 
played or. 
Alput, az. an eel powte ar. 
Alred, [Jlolderness, Yorkshire,] gu. a chev. 

betw. three grillins' heads erased ar. armed or. 
-A-LREY, ar. three escallop shells gu. two and one. 
AL.SACHER, or I [Ciicsliire,] az". three askers' or 
Alsaglr, 5 water lizards' heads couped or. 

Alsarin, az. an asker, or water lizard's head 

erased or. 
Alsop, [Derby and Leicestershire,] sa. three 
iiiigs expanded, legged and beaked 



dovf 



P". — Crest, a dove with wings expanded, hold- 
«u>g in the beak an ear of wheat. 



ALT 

Alsop, [Alsop and Derby,] sa. a chev. betw. tbree 
sheldrakes or. (Another, hawks close or.) 

Alsop, az. three doves ppr. on a canton or. a key 
erect sa. — Crest, a dove holding in tlie beak ;iii 
ear of corn, all ppr. in the dexter cUiw a key 
as in the canton. [Granted to Ilohcrt Alsop 
of London, 1738.] 

Alsop, [Lord Mayor of London, 17o'i,] az. three 
doves 01', on a canton ar. a key in pale gu. 

Alsope, [Derbyshire,] per fesse or and crm. ii 
pale counterchanged, tlu-ee muUets sa. 

Alsopp, [London, 1597,] sa. on a bend betw. 
.sLx doves ar. legged gu. three pheons of tlie 
first. — Crest, a dove ar. legs gii. betw. two 
ostrich feathers sa. 

ALSPACfl, ar. a bend cottised within a bordnre 
engt. gu. in tlie sinister corner a mullet pierced 
sa. 

Alspa/h, or Alspach, ar. a bend sa. cottised gu. 
[Borne hj Sir Gerard Alspatli.'] 

Alspathe, ar. a bend sn. cottised gu. within a 
bordure of the third. 

Alstantox, ar. tlirec sea-urchins or hedge-hog 
fish erect ar. 

Alston, [Sir Thomas, Knt. and Bart, his bro- 
ther Sir John Alston, Knt. and Edward Alston, 
M.D. Bedfordshire,] az. ten stars, four, three, 
two, and one, or. — Crest, an estoile or, in a 
crescent ar. 

Alstone, [Sir Jos. Bart. Chelsea, Sliddlesex,] the 
same. 

Alstone, [Newton-jMarleford and Assington, Suf- 
folk,] az. ten stars ar. four, tlu-ee, two, and one. 
— Crest, an estoile or, in a crescent ar. 

Alstons, gu. ten estoilcs of eight points in pile 
or. 

Alstowne, gu. three sea-ui-chins or hedge-hog 
fish in pale ar. 

Altaripa, az. five fusils in fesse ar. a bcndlet gu. 

Alteripe, az. five fusils in fesse ar. on the third 
a crescent gu. 

Alten, ar. a bend of lozenges and roses, alter- 
nately disposed, gu. 

Alten, gu. three eagles, wings expansed, or. 

Alten, ar. a ragged staff, embowed to the sinister, 
sa. 

Altham, [London and Essex,] paly of six, erni. 
and az. on a chief gu. a Hon passant giiardant 
or. — Crest, a demi lion, holding a ship's rudder 
sa. 

Altham, [Essex,] ar. a lion salient sa. — Crest, the 
same as the preceding. 

Altiian, per pale beviled az. and or. 

Altrew, or Altrue, sa. two hands couped 
above the \vx\&i, conjoined cheveronwisc, sleeved 
or, cufl'ed ar. 



A M A 

Altreuw, per fesse gu. and ar. tvro hands coiiped 
and coujoined, cheveronwise counterchanged. 

Alvan'STON, ar. three crahs erect gu. 

Alverd, 0); Alurf.d, [Ipswich,] ar. on a sal- 
tier az. betw. four gjifiins' heads erased gxi. a 
leopard's head betw. four lozenges or. 

Alvert, ar. on a saltier az. betw. four griffins' 
heads erased gu. a leopard's head or. 

Alvkkston, [Dunniorc,] az. a cross patonce 
betw. four fleurs-de-lis or. — Crest, a gTeyhoimd 
salient sa. 

Alvf.rthorp, sa. a cross pattee or. 

Alves, ar. on a chev. az. betw. three trefoils slip- 
ped vert, as many mullets of the field, a bor- 
dure sa. — Crest, on a wreath, a garb ppr. 

Alway-, ar. a fesse betw. three lions rampant sa. 
crowned or. 

AJwaye, [Streetley, Bedford.shire,] or, a falbot 
passant sa. on a chief of the second three mart- 
lets of tlie first. — Crest, a hind's head ar. betw. 
two holly-branches vert, fructed with berries gu. 

Alworth, or Aylworth, [LL.D. and Chan- 
cellor of the diocess of Oxon,] or, a saltier en- 
gr. betw. twelve billets sa. 

Alwortiiy, ar. on a chev. hcUv. three trefoils 
slipped sa. three mullets of the field. 

Alwyn, Fitz, [Lord ^Mayor, from 1189 to 1212, 
inclusive,] gu. on a saltier ar. betw. four wea- 
ther-cocks, the supporters and vanes of the se- 
cond, the cross crosslets or, five martlets of the 
field. 

Alwyn, [Sir Richard, Knt.] ar. a fesse nebulee 
az. betw. two lions passant sa. 

Alwyn, [Lord Mayor of London, 1499,] ar. a 
fesse nebulee az. betw. three lions rampant guar- 
dant sa. 

Alwyn, [Devon,] two coats, first, ar. three lions 
passant ((mother, rampant) sa. fretty az. se- 
cond, per pale or and az. three eagles coun- 
terchanged. 

Alwyn, [Plaistow, Essex,] ar. a fesse nebulee gu. 
betw. three lions rampant sa. — Crest, a hon's 
gamb erect and erased sa. enfiled with a mural 
crown or. 

Alwyn, or, a chev. betw. three goats passant sa. 

Alwyn, sa. a chev. betw. three goats ar. 

Alwyn, [London,] ar. a fesse wavy az. betw. three 
lions sahant sa. 

Alwyne, or, a chev. ar. betw. tlu-ee goats' beads 
of the second, attired of the first. 

Alyson, [Kent, 1585,] ar. a fesse az. betw. 
three boars' heads coupcd sa. — Crest, a pheon 
ar. with j)art of a broken shaft in it or. 

Alyson, ar. a fesse betw. tlu-eo boars' heads couped 
sa. armed gu. 

Amaue, ar, an oak branch aconied, orfnicted, ppr. 



A M E 

Amader, [Plymouth, Devon,] az. a chev. eriu, 

betw. tliree oaken slips acomed ppr. 
Amand, or, fretty sa. on a chief of the second, 

three bezants. C Another, three plates; and 

(mother, two mullets.) 
Amand, ar. a lion rampant, coward, purp. 
Amand, Ainane, or Amarme, per pale ar. and sa. 

a chev. ermines and erm. betw. six martlets 

counterchanged. 
Amari.e, or Armarlk, ar. guttee de sang, 

tliree bars humets nz. or sa. 
Amarle, az. two bars, within a bordure ar. guttee 

de sang. 
Amary, gu. on a cross engr. ar. four cinquefoils 

of the 'ao\A. 
Amary, [Essex,] gu. a cross cngT. ar. charged ■with 

five cinquefoils of the field. 
Ajiatyst, ar. on a bend sa. three cinquefoils of 

the field. 
Amhemont, erm. on a pile az. three fleiu-s-de-hs 

or. 
Ambesace, and Amborace, or, three dice sa. 

each charged with an ace ar. (Another, the 

dice gu.) 
Amberg, gyronny of sLx az. and or. 
AMBERSA^r, or, on a chev. betw. three bears' 

heads coupcd sa. as many cinquefoils of the 

first. 
Ambett, gyronny of eight pieces or and az. 

four annulets of the first. 
Amborow, ar. a chev. betw. three boars' heads 

erased sa. muzzled or. 
Ambrose, [Lancashire,] ar. three dice (by some 

called billets) sa. each charged -svitb a mullet of 

the field. (Another, annulets or.) 
Ambrose, [Lancashire,] or, tlu-ee humets sa. 

charged with as many annulets ar. 
Amcots, [Essex,] ar. a tower tripled towered 

betw. three covered cups az. — Crest, a squirrel 

passant gii. holding in his mouth a nut or. See 

Ayncotes. 
Amcoles, [Astrop; Lincolnshire,] ar. a tower betw. 

three covered cups az. — Crest, on a wreath, a 

squirrel sejant gu. holding to his mouth a nut 

or. {Granted 1518.] 
Amcotes, [Writcnby, IJucolnshire,] the same, a 

crescent for difl'erence. 
Amenes, and Ann'ENELE, ar. a fesse betw. six 

annulets gu. 
Am FRANCE, gu. four mascles in bend ar. betw. 

eight cross crosslets or. 
Amerdlky, ar. a lion rampant sa. ducally gorged 

and chain reflexed or. 
Amereditu, [Marston and Taraerton, Devon,] 

gu. a lion rampant reguardant or. — Crest, a demi 

lion sa. ducally gorged and lined or. 



AMY 

Ameredith, [Devon,] ar. a lion ranipmit sa. collar- 
ed and chained or. 

Am KR VILE, [Sir Thomas,] parted per chief in- 
dented ar. and gu. tliree tuinulets counter- 
changed. 

AMr.itv, [Earl of Gloucester,] barry bendy of 
.sL\ ar. and gu. 

Amenj, az. four mullets, two and tvo, or. 

A Ml. ST, ar. three holly-leaves, barways, the stalks 
towards the dexter, ppr. 

AxiliKUST, o/- Amiiurst, [Keut,]gu. three lances 
or, points up^vards ar. two and one.- — Crest, ou 
a mount vert, three lances or, pointed ar. wth- 
in a chaplet of laurel vert. [Confirmed to Ri- 
cliaid Amherst, Esq.li/ WilliaiiL Camden, Cla- 
renceux, 1G07.] 

Ami DAS, [London,] az. a chev. cnu. betw. three 
oak slips, -willuii a bordure engr. or. (Another, 
ar.) 

A.Mii.ESLY, [Gloucestershire,] per pale or and 
ar. a fesse wavy gu. (Another, four bars wavy.) 

Ammox, gu. a lion sarcelled, or divided through- 
out in saltier ar. cro«ned or. 

Ammorv, [Oxfordshire,] barry wavy of six pieces, 
ar. and gu. a bend sa. 

Anunory, barry nebidee of six pieces w and gu. 

Ammorij, [Oxford .shire,] az. ou a bend or, three 
eaglets displayed sa. armed gu. 

Amorie, or l)e Aniorie, [Gloucestershire,] barry 
ncbulee of six pieces ar. and gu. over all on a 
bend sa. three bezants. — Crest, out of a mural 
coronet or, a talbot's head az. erased of the 
first. 

Amortj, az. on a bend or, tlu-ee eaglets displayed 
gu. 

Amosley, paly of six pieces ar. and az. a bend 
.sa. 

Ampiilkt, [Staflordshire,] ar. a fesse betw. three 
lozenges az. in cluef a cinquefoil sa. — Crest, a 
dromedary. 

Ami'Ringen, gu. two pallets ar. a fesse or. 

Amr.\s, [Norfolk, originally Kent,] erm. on a 
bend sa. three acorns or. — Crest, a stag's head 
erased, gorged with a WTeath tied iu a bow. 

Amreni:ll, ar. a fesse betw. six annulets gu. 

Amson, [Lees, Cheshire,] ar. on two b;u-s az. 
bcfvr. three leopards' faces iu pale gu. six be- 
zants. — Crest, a cock blackbird ])pr." betw. two 
ostriclies' feathers ar. [^Granted, April20, 1711, 
to John Ainson.] 

A.MUAULii, ajid Amerlky, gu. a cross pattee 
vair. 

A.MVAND, [Bart. Loudon,] vert, a chev. betw. 
three garbs or. — Crest, an ann einbo\sed, vested 
or, holding in the hand ppr. three stalks of 
wheat gold. (Another crest, a nuked arm em- 



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bowed ppr. holding in the hand three ears of 

corn bladed, all or.) [Granted to Sir Georye 

Amijand, of London, 1771.] 
Amyas, [Tilbury, Essex,] ar. two bars gu. chiir- 

ged -with three mullets or. — Crest, a hind jipr. 

collared gu. 
Amy as, gu. three palets ar. 
Amyas, [Cambridgeshire,] ar. a fesse az. in chief 

a demi lion ranijjant gu. 
Amyas, [Norfolk,] ar. a boar's head coujjed, armed 

or, betw. three cross crosslets sa. — Crest, a 

stag's head erased or, gorged with a wreath ar. 

and sa. lied at the end. 
Amyas, [Yorkshii-e,] ar. ou a bend cottised sa. 

thi-ee roses of the field. 
Amyas, sa. a chev. betw. three escallop shells ar. 
Amias, gu. three palets sa. 
Amye, [Cambridge,] or, on a cliief embattle sa. 

tluee mullets of the first. — Crest, out of a ducal 

coronet or, an eagle's head ppr. holding in the 

beak a sprig vert. 
Amys, [Essex,] ar. ou two bars gu. three mullets 

of the fijst. — Crest, a hind passant ar. collared 

Anaf, orCHACOMiiE, [Leicestershire,] or, a chief 

aud bend gu. 
ANiiLER, sa. on a fesse or, betw. thi-ee pheons 

ar. a lion passant guardant gu. 
Ancelgicks, vair, a canton erm. 
Ancell. SeeAuNCELL. 
Ancell, gu. a bend inasculy ar, 
Ancell, gu. a bend lozengy or. 
Ancell, or Anscell, [Cornwall,] gu. a saltier engr. 

ar. betw. four bezants. 
Anucell, ox Auncell, [Cornwall,] erm. on a fesse 

gu. three cross crosslets or. 
Anscell, or Anstrell, [Barford, Bedfordshu-e,] gu. 

oua saltier or, betw. fourbezants, fourmascles of 

the field. — Crest, a demi lion az. ducally gorged 

and liued or. 
Ancher, or Anchor, [Kent,] erm. on a chief 

az. three lions rampant or, paleways. See 

AUCIIER. 

Ancotes, [Lincolnshire,] az. a castle betw. three 

covered cups ar. 
Ancottes, ar. three covered cups sa. on a chief gu. 

a castle betw. two lions passant or. 
Ancotls. See Ayncotes, Ayncolts, and Ayn- 

court. 
Ancrenges, ai". a cross gu. withiu a bordure 

sa. 
And, gu. a romaji ^^ ar, 
Andf.orough, az. a fesse betw. three crosses 

bottouee ar. (Another, cross crosslets.) 
Andby, or Andelby, g-u. a fesse betw. two 

chev. or. 



AND 

Andby, or Andellit/, and Anderhij, gai. on abend 

or, three niartlots sa. 
Andhy, or Andlij, ar. a fesse oppressing three 

chev. gu. 
Andby, or Andcy, [Devon,] ai-. on a bend cottised 

az. three roses or, barbed, vert. 
ANOELiiY, ar. a cliev. sa. ia chief three cliess 

rooks of the second. 
AndeJby, ar. a fesse beh\'. two chev. gri. 
Andelev, [Essex,] or, on a fesse betw. three 

coneys current sa. as many martlets ar. 
Andemarlk, or Anbkmari.e, [Dorset,] gu. 

crusuly or, on a bend of the second a mascle 

I'rmines. 
Anderby. Sec Andhy. 
Anderdon, sa. two single sliacklebolts in chief, 

and a double shacklebolt in base ar. — Crest, on 

a wi-eath, a dexter arm embowed in armour 

p])r. garnished or, the hand apaumee, also ])])r. 

[Borne by John Proclor Anderdon, Esq. of 

Beech-House, Hants, 1823.] 
Anderson, [lildinburgh,] ar. a saltier engr. can- 
toned -svith a nniUet in chief, two crescents in 

the flanks, and a cross crosslet fitchee in base 

g-u. 
Anderson, [Edinburgh,] ar. a saltier engr. sa. a 

crescent in chief, and tlu-ee mullets pierced of 

the field, two in fesse and one in base gu. — 

Crest, on a -svTeatb, au eagle ppr. 
Anderson, gri. a saltier or, charged with anotlicr 

vert. 
Anderson, ar. a saltier engr. sa. betw. four mullets 

g"- 

Anderson, [of Wester, Airdcrbreck,] ar. a saltier 
engr. betw. two mullets in chief gu. and as many 
boars' lieads erased in the ilanks az. — Crest, an 
oak tree. IMotto, " Stand sure." 

Anderson, [Sir Edmond, Bart. Broughton, Lin- 
cohishirc,] ar. a chev. betw. three crosses flory 
sa. 

Anderson, [Sir John, Bart. St. Ives, Hunting-don.] 
The r.ame. 

Anderson, [Sir Stephen, Bart. Eyeworth, Bed- 
fordshire,] ar. a chev. betw. three crosses botonee 
sa. 

Anderson, [Pcnley, Hertfordshire,] ar. a chev. 
betw. three cross crosslets. (Another, three 
crosses formee,) sa. — Crest, a spaniel dog- pas- 
sant. 

Anderson, [Sir Henry, Bart.] sa. fi\e estoiks 
ar. two, one, and two. [Same borne by 
Edmund Anderson, of Erhury, Warwick- 
shire.] 

Anderson, [London,] ar. a chev. betw. three crosses 
surcellcy sa. in chief a lleur-de-lis gu. — Crest, 
out of a ducal coronet ar. a hind's bead or, 



A IN 1) 

pierced tlirough the neck with an arrow sa. fea- 
thered ar. 
Anderson, [Newcastle, Northumberland,] or, on a 

chev. gu. betw. three hawks' heads erased sa. as 

many acorns, slipped, ar. — Crest, an eagle's 

head erased ar. holding in the beak, palcways, 

au arrow gu. headed and feathered or. 
Anderson, [The same coat, icith a canton of the 

third, charged icith three martlets of the fourth, 

tvas f/ranted to Henry Anderson, of the town 
. of Newcastle, gent. Nov. 3, 1 Edward VI.] 
Anderson, [Dowhill,] ar. a saltier engr. sa. betw. 

a crescent in chief, and three mullets in the 

flanks and base, gu. all -within a bordure az. 
Anderson, [Aberdeen,] ar. a saltier waved betw. 

two mullets in the flanks and a crescent in base, 

gu. — Crest, a cross-staff erect, marked -with the 

degiees of latitude. Motto, " Per mare." 
Anderson, [Glasgow,] ar. a saltier engr. cantoned 

-VNith two )uu!lets in chief and in base, as many 

crescents in the flanks gu.— Crest, a cloud. 

Motto, " Recte quod honesie." 
Anderton, [Lancashire,] sa. a chev. betw. three 

shackleholts ar. — Crest, a curlew ppr. 
Anderton, [Lancashire,] sa. three bugle-horns, {or 

hauchets,) gai-nished ar. two and one. — Crest, a 

curlew ar. 
Anderton, [Lancashire and Cheshire,] sa.-t\ro sin-, 

gle sliacklebolts and one double iir. 
Anderton, [Anderton, Yorkshire,] three coats, 

first, sa. three prison-bolts ar. two and one ; 

secondly, az. a lion rampant guardant ai-. thirdly, 

vert, tliree bugle horns ar. 
Anderton, [Lancashire,] sa. three chains ar. 
Anderton, [Eldertou,] ar. tliree water bougcts 

sa. 
Andesley, ar. two lions' gambs er;ised in saltier 

sa. 
Andesley, ar. two lions' gambs erased per saltier 

gu. 
Andesley, paly of six ar. and az. a bend gu. 
Andesley, ar. two lion.s' gambs erased, per saltier, 

gu. on a quarter, or canton, of the second, tlu-ee 

purses or 
And LAW, 

and gu. 
Andrew, ar. on a fesse sa. three mascles or, iu 

base a crescent gn. and on a chief az. three 

mullets of the field.— Crest, a dexter hand, 

holding a laurel branch ppr. 
Andrew, per bend ar. and az. three mullets coun- 

terchanged, two and one.— Crest, a star or. 

Motto, " Give and forgive." 
Andrew, gu. three mascles in bend or, betw. two 

lions rampant sa. 
Andrev, [Gloucestershire,] sa. a saltier engr. 



saltier quarterly quartered ar. 



AND 

orm. on a chief or, three flenrs-de-lis of the 
field. 

Jndreir, [Backhould and Plymouth, Devon,] sa. 
a saltier ar. bctw. three cross crosslets or. — 
Crest, a stag's head erased sa. attired or. 

Andkev.'ES, [Suffolk,] ar. on a bend engr. cot- 
tised sa. three mullets of the first hetw. two 
Uons rampant of the second. 

Andrcwos, [St. Ediiioud Bury, Suffolk, and Wilt- 
shire,] or, a bend cngr. gu. cottised sa. charged 
with three mullets ar. 

Andrexccs, [Bisbrooke, Rutlandsliire,] az. a cross 
orni. betw. four fleurs-de-hs or. — Crest, a denii 
lion or, ducally crowned ar. holding up in the 
dexter paw a lumian heart gu. 

Andieii:es, [London,] ar. a saltier az. on a chief 
gu. three mullets or. 

Andrewcs, az. a saltier betw. four crosses forniee 
or. 

Andiewes, sa. three escocheons ar. each charged 
with a lion rampiuit gu. 

Andrewes, [Dodijigton,] gu. a saltier voided 
or. 

Andrcices, ar. a cross g^u. in the first quarter a 
martlet sa. 

Andrews, [Sir "NYilliiiin, Bart. Northamptonshire 
and Carlisle,] gu. a saltier or, surmounted of 
another vert. — Crest, a moor's head in profile 
ppr. [Granted 13:34.] 

Andrews, g-u. gyronny of four pieces or. 

Andrews, [Sir Ilenry, Bart. Lathbury, Bucks, 
and Suffolk,] ar. on a bend cottised sa. three 
mullets of the field.— Crest, a stag's head ar. 
(Another, for the Suffolk branch, a stag's head 
erased ar. charged Avith a crescent for dif- 
ference.) 

Andreifs, [Kempton-Park, Middlesex,] ar. on a 
bend wavy cottised and betw. two lions rampant 
sa. crowned or, three estoiles of the first. — 
Crest, on a naval coronet or, a dove volant, 
vithan olive branch in the beak, all ppr. [Granted 
Sept. 2, 1704.] 

Andrews, [Suffolk,] ar. on a bend eugr. betw. 
two cottises and as many lions rampant sa. three 
mullets ar. — Crest, a bird, with -wings expanded, 
az. holding in the beak a laurel branch, f another, 
on acorn) vert. 

Andrews, [Hants,] -ar. a chev. engr. gu. charged 
with three mullets or betw. as many quatrefbils 
slipped vert. 

Andrews, [Bisho}) of Winton, Suffolk,] ar. on a 
bend engr. betw. two coitises sa. tbree mullets 
<^''-—Ci-est, a stag's head erased ar.[Anno 1G18.] 

Andrews, [London and Hants.] ar. on a chev. 
ciigr. betw. three quatrefoils slipped vert, as 
many mullets or.— Crest, an ann erect, habited 



A N G 

vert, cuff ar. charged on the sleeve with a 

quatrefoil or, in the hand ji})r. a branch vert, 

thereon three quatrefoils or. 
Andrews, [Sufiblk and Norfolk,] nr. on a bend 

cottised sa. three mullets of the field. 
Andrews, [Suffolk,] ar. on a bend engr. sa. thire 

mullets of the field. 
Andrews, ar. on a bend wavy, cottised, betw. two 

lions rampant sa. crowned or, three estoiles of 

the first. — Crest, on a naval coronet or, a dove 

volant ar. beaked and legged gu. holding in the 

beak an olive branch vert. 
Andrews, ar. on a bend cottised sa. a mullet of 

the field. 
Andros, ar. on a chev. engr. gu. voided az. three 

quatrefoils betw. as many mullets sa. 
AxuROWEY, or Andavey, az. a lion rampant 

guardant or, within an orle of ten cinquefoils ar. 
Andy. Tiie same as Aundy. 
i^XKNAYN, or An'ENEYLI,, gu. a fesse betw. 

six anniJets ar. 
Anfroxs, vaire or and gu. on a canton of the 

second, a mullet erm. 
Ange, az. a chev. erm. betw. four crosses formee 

ar. — Crest, a cross formee fitchee or, betw. 1v,o 

wings az. 
Angeldon, [London,] az. the field replenished 

with cross crosslets fitchee or, a luiicorn ar. 

(Another, the unicorn or.) — Crest, a knot sa. 

betw. two wings or. 
Angell, [Loudon, who came from Pekirk, Lan- 
cashire,] or, three fusils in fesse az. over all a 

baston gu. — -Crest, out of a ducal crown or, a 

demi pegasus ar. crined gu. 
Angcll, or Aneejoll, gu. a cinquefoil within an 

orle of ten cross crosslets or. 
Angell, [Loudon,] or, four fusils in fesse az. over 

all a bend gu. — Crest, on a mount vert, a swan 

ar. ducally gorged or, beaked gu. legged sa. 
Anngell, [Kent,] or, four fusils in fesse az. a bend 

gu. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a demi 
. pegasus ar. crined or. 
AXGELLIS, sa. a fleiu--de-lis ar. 
AXGELLICO, or)ar.,an incense-pot suspended 
AXGELO, j by a chain of three ends or. 

AXGELSOX, az. fleury or, a label of three points 

AxGER, erm. on a chief az. three lozenges sa. 
Anger, [Kent,] ernr. on a chief az. a lion rampant 

or. 
Anger, or Aunger, [Yorkshire,] erm. a griffin 

segreant volant, parted per fesse or and az. 
Anger, [IJlssex,] erm. a griffin segreant, parted 

per pale or and az. 
AxGERTux, ar. on a bend sa. three lozenges 

erm. 

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Angkrville, [Leicestershire,] gu. a clnquefoil 

within an orle ot" eight bezants. 
Angkvink, or Akcerille, [Thethelthorp, Lin- 

cohishire,] or. two bars g-u. on a chief vert, three 

bezants. — Crest, a branch of three roses ar. 

leaved and stalked vert. 
Anfjevtjnc, [LfilCotnshire,] ar, two bars gu. in chief, 

three torteauxcs. 
Angie, [Earl,] barry of ten ar. and az. a label of 

nine points gu. 
Angos. gu. semee of crosses flory, a cinquefoil 

or. 
Angoulesle, [Enrl,] fusilly or and az. 
Angoulesle, az, three llcurs-de-lis or, on a label ar. 

three crescents f^^ti. 
Anguish, ar. an orle gn. 
Anf/uish, [Norwich,] gu. a cinquefoil or. — Crest, 

a snake nowed pi)r. hctw. tv,o briinches of fern 

vert. 
Anguish, ar. five palets, couped at the top, 

\vTapped wth osiers in fesse gu. fretted in base 

with a serpent vert, in chief three roses. 
Angioishe, [Norfolk, 1540,] gu. a cinquefoil or, 

in the dexter corner a mullet of the second. — 

Crest, a snake nowed ppr. betw. two branches 

of fern vert. 
Ang V, gyronny of twelve pieces ar. and sa. charged 

with cross crosslets or, on the second. 
Akuault, ar. a wine-press gu. 
Anjou, [Earl,] gu. a chief ar. over all an 

escarbuncle of eight staves, nowed and flowered, 

or. 
Anjou, [Duke,] az. semee of flenrs-de-lis or, a 

bordure gu. 
Anke, or An KEY, gu. two bars ar. in chief three 

annulets of the second. 
Anke, or Ankor, erm. on a chief gu. three lozen- 
ges or. 
Anke.tell, [Shaftesbury, Dorsetshire,] ar. a 

cross embattled vert. — Crest, on a mount vert, 

an oak-tree ppr. 
Ankelell, ar. a saltier raguly vert. — Crest, the 

root of an oak-tree erased, out of it a live 

branch issuing ppr. acorned or. 
An LAKY, or Hanlaby, ar. a fesse betw. six 

fleurs-de-hs sa. 
Aniehif and Anselhy, [Eaton, Yorkshire,] ar. a 

chev. betw. three chess rooks sa. 
An LET, [Yorkshire,] gyronny of four pieces gu. 

and az. four annulets in cross ar. 
Anlett, gyronny of four pieces az. and gu. four an- 

nrdets in cross or. 
Aukil, az. three annulets ar. two and one. 
Anlelt, az. three annulets or, two and one. 
Anmeus, or Annkrs, [Cheshire,] gu, a chev. 
or, betw. three bezants. 



A N S 

Anmers, or Anners, [Cheshire,] gu. a chev, betw, 

three mullets or. 
Annabell, or Annables, or, two bars eugr. 

Ann and, [Scotland,] ar, a saltier and a cliief 

az. 
Annand, [Scotland,] ar. a saltier gu. in tlie fu-st 
quarter three erm. spots barways, in each of 
the others a mascle, and over all a chief of the 
second. 

Annandale, ar. a saltier sa. on a chief gu. 
three cushions or. Supporters, on the dexter side 
a lion ar. lu-nied and langued az. and ducally 
crowned or, on the sinister a horse ar. furnished 
gu, — Crest, on a wreath, a spur erect or, winged 
ar. 

A.NNCURGH, az. a fesse ar. betw. three crosses 
floretty or. 

Anne, [Trickly, Yorkshire,] gu. three bucks' 
heads ar. attired or. — Crest, a buck's head ca- 
bossed ar. 

Anne, [Frekley, Yorkshire,] gu. three bucks' 
faces ar. 

Anne, [Oxfoi'dshire and Northamptonshire,] ar. 
on a bend sa. three martlets of the field, in chief 
a crescent of tlie second. — Crest, a woman's 
head, conjied at the breast, f\ice ppr. vested ar. 
hair dishevelled or. 

Anne, [Northamptonshire,] ar. on a bend sa. three 
martlets or. — Crest, a woman's head and breast 
ppr. hair dishevelled or. 

Anne, [Oxfordshire,] ar. on a bend sa. three mul- 
lets of the field. 

Anneles, gyronny of four pieces gu. and az. as 
many amuilets or. 

A-NNELSHtE, per pale or and ar. a hound gu. 

Annenell. The same as Amenes, 

Annesley, paly of six pieces ar. aud az, a bend 
gu. — Crest, a moor's head in profile, ■s\Teathed 
about the temples ar. and az. 

Annesleij, or Annijsla;/, paly of six pieces ar. and az. 

Annesley, paly of six pieces ar. aud az. a bend 
gobonated ,ou. and or. 

Annesley, paly of six pieces ar. and az, a bend 
vaire ar. and sa, 

Annesley, [Bucks and Oxon,] paly of six pieces 
ar. and az. a bend gu. — Crest, a saraceu's head 
in profile pj)r. wreathed about the temples ar. 
and az. 

Anny, [Scotland,] or, a cross flory g-u. 

Anseignes, {Gloucestershire,] gu, three cinque- 
foils erm, tv,o tuid one, 

Anselme, or Aunselme, gu, on a saltier or, 
betw. four bezants, a mascle of the field. 

Ansehne, [IMiddlcsex,] erm, on a canton sa. a 
fleur-de-lis or. 



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ANT 

AnsiAM, 0?- Ansyw, ar. a fesse betw. sbc mart- 
lets gu. (Another, the field or.) 

Ansingham, sa. a beud ar. 

Anson, ar. three bauds cw^v. gii. in the sinister 
chief, a crescent of the last. — Crest, out of a 
ducal coronet or, a spear-staff purp. head ppr. 
{^Confirmed to George. Adams, of ShucjhoroxKjh, 
who, bi/ royal sign manual, took the vaine and 
arms of Anson.^ 

Anstauotii, or Anstalboth, ar. two bars t^i. 
ill chief three martlets cf the second. 

Ansfaboth, harry of six pieces ar. and gu. in chief 
three maitlets of the second. 

Anstam, ar. a chev. betw. three fleurs-de-lis sa. 

Anstkll, gu. a saltier betw. four leopards' heads 
or. 

Anstell, [Cornwall,] gu. a saltier engr. ar. betw. 
four bezMits. 

Anstell, ar. on a cross sa. betw. four tortcauxes, a 
leopai-d's face of the fii'st, within a bordure of 
the second, guttee d'or. 

AnstiS, ar. a cross raguly gu. betw. four birds 
az. legged of the second. 

Anstruthkk, [Scotland,] ar. tlu-ee piles sa.— 

■ Crest, two demi arms, holding a pole-axe with 
both hands ppr. Supporters, two falcons with 
vings expanded ppr. armed ^i. jessed and 
belled or. (Anoilier, within a bordure gu.) 

Anstrother, [Temp. Henry YIII.] sfu. a man in 
com])lete armour, holding in his hand a halbert 
ar. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a demi 
man in armour ppr. holding in his band a spear 
sa. headed ar. 

Ansty, [Cumberland and Cambridgeshire,] or, 
(or ar.) a cross engr. betw. four martlets gu. — 
, « Crest, a martlet or. 

Ansty, [Cambridgeshire,] or, a cross quarter- 
pierced, betw. four martlets gu. 

Ansty, [Sussex,] or, a cross engr. gu. betw. four 
^. martlets sa. 

Anstybaltii, erm. on a chief indented gu. two 
mullets ar. 

Answilty, [Scotland,] ar. three piles meeting 
in point sa. 

Anternk, az. five fusils in fesse ai'. abendlct gii. 

Anterne, az. a fesse or, betw. three garbs ar. 

Anthshed, [Sir Richard,] per fesse or and ar. 
a fesse iiebulee gu. 

Antf.SLF.Y, per pale or and ar. a fesse imdec gu. 

Anthingham, or ANTINCIlA^r, [Lancashire 
and Norfolk,] sa. abend ar. 

Anthinyham, sa. on a bend ar. a crescent az. 

Anthony, gu. ten plates, four, three, two, and 
one. — Crest, a goat's head ar. 

Anthony, [Guernsey,] per ]jale or and gn. guttee 
erm. a tan cross az. 



APE 

Anthony, per pale and per chcv. or, gni. and erm- 
a tau ar. 

Anthony, [London.] ar. a leopard's head, betw. 
t\\o iianches sa. each charged with a jilate. 

Anthony, gu. billette, a Hon rampant or. 

Antick, vert, a parrot, wings clisdosed, holding 
up the left foot or. 

AntiluI'E, ar. an heraldic antelope gu. tusked, 
horned, maned, and hoofed or. 

Anton, [Stoatfield, Lincolnshire, London, and 
L-olaiid,] az. a fesse or, within a bordure enn. 
■ — C'rest, out of a mural coronet, a Hou's head 
ar. 

Antroul'S, [London,] lozengy or and ar. on a 
pale gu. three stars of the first. — Crest, a uni- 
corn's head ar. crined and armed or, issuing ont 
of rays of the second, and gorged with a chap- 
let of leaves vert. 

Anlrohus, ar. three bitterns gu. 

Antweisel, sa. three mullets ar. 

Anvaile, or Anvil, gu. a smith's an\il ar. 

Anvary, harry of six pieces ar. and gu. 

Anvery, or Anvers, gii. a chcv. betw. three be- 
zants. 

Anvory, az. on a beud or, tliree eaglets sa. 
armed gis. 

Anvers, [Cheshire,] gni. a chev. betw. tliree 
midlets of six points or. 

Anvine, ar. tln-ee pla\nng tops sa. two and one. 

Anvinc. The same, adding a martlet gu. 

Anwick, [London,] paly of six or and az. on a 
chief gu. three cross crosslets ar. — Crest, a 
dexter arm gu. the hand ppr. holding a broken 
tilting spear or. 

Amvuke, ar. a holy cross sa. 

Anavri.*, gu. a chev. ar. betw. three plates. 

Anwyl, [Parkin, Merionethshire,] vert, three 
eagles displayed, in fesse, or. 

Anyi.ay, paly of six pieces ar. and az. 

AoPSON, ai-. on a chev. az. betw. three torteauxes, 
as many cinquefoils or, a chief chequy of the 
last and second. 

Apadam, g-u. five stars or. 

Apadam, or Apdeii, and Aphadam, ar. on a cross 
gu. five mullets or. 

Apeele, ar. tliree bars gu. a canton erm. — Crest, 
a fleur-de-lis or, betw. two wings ar. 

Apefly. See Apfrey. 

APELiiY, [Shropshire,] az. six sea-gulls ar. three, 
two, and one, the dexter wings displayed, the 
sinister close. 

Apelby and Apleby, [Staffordshire and Salop,] 
az. six martlets ar. three, two, and one. 

Apelby, [Leicestershire,] az. six martlets or, three, 
two, and one. 

Apelby, same coat. [Borne by Sir Henry Apelby.] 
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APE 

Aplohy, or Apulbij, ar. on a bend sa. lliree be- 
zants. 

Aplehtj, az. three luu-ts sejauf or, two and one. 

Applehij, [Leicestershire,] az. six martlets or, 
tlu-ce, two, and one. — Crest, an apple or, stalked 
and leaved vert. 

Appidbij, ar. on a bend sa. three apples, stalked 
and leaved or. 

Apptilhi/, ar. on a bend sa. three bezants. 

Ar]:LDi:RFiE7ji), or, on a fesse gu. four fusils ar. 

Aplf.dorfield, erin. a bend g-u. 

Apulderfield, or Appeltorfiuld, or, on a fesse gu. 
four lozenges ar. 

Aprdderfield, [Devon,] sa. a cross or, voided of 
the field. 

ApidderfiM, erm. a fesse vaire or and gu. 

Aplederfield, or ApuUrefidd, sa. a cross voided or. 

Ajdederftdd , erm. a bend gu. 

Apklesuuky, or AppLESBur>v, sa. a fesse em- 
battled betw. three cinquefoils or. 

Ai');lton, Apleby, and Av\jL,h\, ar. on a bend 
sa. three apples or. 

Aj)elton, or AppvUon and Appolion, [of Apleton, 
Lancashire,] ar. a bear sahent sa. crowned or. 

Apphton, [Sir Roger, Bart. South Bemstead, 
Essex,] ar. a fesse sa. betw. three apples or, 
leaves vert. 

Apple(o7i, az. three pine apples erect ar. 

Apleton, ar. three leaves vert. 

Apleton, or, a fesse betv.". three piae-apples sa. 

Apleton, [Kent,] vert, a fesse engr. betw. three 
apples ar. stalked gu. 

Apleton, [Kent,] vert, a fesse sa. betw. three 
a])ples gu. stalked or. 

Apleton, [Kent,] ar. a fesse sa. betw. three apples 
gu. stalked vert. (Another, the fesse g-u.) 

Apleton, ar. tluee pine-apples vert; stalked or. 

Apleton, ar. a fesse sa. betw. three pine-apples 
vert. (Another, the pines gu.) 

Apleton, ar. a fesse gu. betw. three pine-apples 
vert. 

Apleton, [Suffolk,] ar. a fesse sa. betw. three 
apples gu. stalked and leaved vert. — Crest, an 
elephant's head coupcd sa. eared or, in the 
mouth a snake vert, wreathed about the trunk. 

Applefon, vert, on a fesse engr. ar. three apples 
gu. -* 

Applcton, or Apelton, ar. a fesse betw. three ap- 
ples gu. 

Applelon, or, a fesse betw. three apples gu. 

Appleton, ar. a bear salient sa. on the shoulder a 
cinquefoil of the first. 

Appullon, vert, a chev. engr. betw. tliree apples 
ar. 

Appulton, vert, a chev. engr. ai-. betw. three 
apjjles gu. 



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Apulton, [Lancashire,] ar. a bear passant sa. nmz- 

zlcd or. 
Apulton, or Apulston, [Lancashire,] ar. three 

goats salient sa. 
Ai'ENRiTH, [Ireland,] gu. on a fesse betw. three 

lozenges or, each charged with a fleur-de-lis, a 

denii rose crowned, betw. two griffins segxeant 

of the field. 
Apetv, or, a sea-ape ppr. 
Ai'FliEY, ar. a flying ape displayed ])pr. 
Ap Grii'I yn, [Wales,] quarterly or and az. four 

lions passant guardant counterchanged. 
Ap Gwenwey, [^^'ales,] or, a lion rampant az. 
Ap ILA.RRY, or Parry, ar. a fesse betw. three 

lozenges, within a bordure az. 
Ap How ELI., [Gloucester, desceudedfrom Wales,] 

ar. a Hon rampant sa. over all, a fesse engr. 

gu- 

Ap John, [Streatham, Surrey,] sa. afesseor, bietw. 
three children's heads ppr. couped at the shoul- 
ders, about each neck a snake vert. 

Apiliard,Appleyard, o;-Appulyard, [East 
Carlton, in Norfolk,] az. a cliev. betw. tliree 
owls ar. membered or. — Crest, a demi tiger, 
quarterly gu. and az. the tail of the last, tufted 
or, in his mouth a rose gii. stalked and leaved 
vert. 

Apleyard, [Norwich and Yorkshire,] az. achev. 
or, betw. tlu-ee owls ar. a crescent for differ- 
ence. 

Apphjard, [Norfolk]. The same as Apleyard. 

Applei/ard, [Norfolk,] az. a chev. gu. betw. three 
owls ar. 

Appleyard, [York,] az. on a chev. betw. thi-ee 
owls ar. a mullet gu. 

Aplegath, or Aplegarth, [Ranley, Hants,] 
az. a chev. or, betw. three owls ar. in chief, a 
fleur-de-lis erm. — Crest, a demi tiger gu. be- 
zantee, armed and tufted or, charged with a bend 
of the last. 

Aplegath, ar. three apples slipped gu. 

Aplertfold, or, on a fesse gu. three lozenges ar. 

Apletre, [Dodiiigton, Oxfordshh-e,] ar. on a 
fesse gu. three lozenges vair. 

Ap'etree, ar. on a fesse gu. three lozenges or, 
quartering Russell. — Crest, on a wreath, a goat 
passant ar. [J'orne hij WiU'uim Apletree, Esq. 
of Goldings, Basingstoke, Hants, 1S23.] 

Apletresend, or Appeltresend, erm. a 
bend g-u. 

Apultresend, or, on a fesse gu. three lozenges 
vair. (Another, three mascles or.) 

Ap Madore, [Wales,] sa. a chev. betw. three 
hawk-lures ar. 

Ap.MENRICE, [Wales,] paly of six, or and az. on 
a fesse gu. three mullets ar. 



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ArMKRiCK, [Wales,] per pale gii. aiid sa. two 
cri-ifliiis ar. 

Apowi'.l, [Wales]. See Ar Howkll. 

Appenrich, g"u. a fesse betw. three lozenges or, 
each charged with a fleurs-fle-lis gu. 

ArrELEY, [Staflbrd,] az. six martlets, two, two, 
and two, or. 

Ap2^uley, or Appiirley, ar. a chev. betw. tlirce 
pine-a))plcs gu. 

Applegh, vert, an ape sejaut, holdiag up the 
paw; braced round the middle aud chained to 
the sinister side of the escocheon ar. 

Appleueim, gu. two apples in pale, stalks coun- 
terjiosed, or. 

Appeock, ar. ail oak branch, with three apples 
ppr. 

Aprece, [15uckinghamshirc and Huntingdon- 
shire,] sa. three pheons ar. — Crest, an otter ppr. 
collared and lined or. (Another crest, a spear 
erect ar. o^cr it this motto, " Lahora ut ater- 
num vivas.") 

Ap Rees, [Wales]. The same arms. 

Ap Rice, ar. on a fesse az. tlirec boais' heads 
couped or, in chief a lion passant gu. — Crest, a 
boar's head erect ar. pellctty, betw. two oak- 
branches vert, fructed or. 

Ap Rice, sa. three roses ar. 

Ajy Rice, ar. three roses sa. 

Aprice, [V/ales,] sa. a cross potence or. 

Aprice, [Herefordshire,] sa. on a chev. betw. three 
leopards' heads ar. as many spears' heads of the 
first ; on a chief of the second, three cocks gu. — 
Crest, a cock, with w ings expanded, gu. holding 
in his beak a rose ppr. leaved and stalked vert. 

Apryce, [Wilts,] sa. three crosses formee ar. 

Apris, gu. a chev. betw. three mullets ar. 

Apris, gu. a chev. betw. three spur-rowels ar. 

Aprestry or Apresby, sa. a cross ar. in chief 
a cinquefoil of the second. 

Ap Roberts, sa. a chev. betw. three mullets ar. 

Apsley, or Apesley, [Apsley, Suffolk,] baiTy 
of six, ar. and gu. a canton crm. 

Apesley, [Surrey and Sussex,] ar. three bars gu. 
a canton erm. — Crest, a fleur-de-hs or, betw. Uvo 
wings ar. 

Ap Thomas, per pale wavy, ar. and az. 

Aptox, ar. a chev. betw. three martlets sa. See 
Upton. 

Apultkefield. See Aplederfield. 

Apwenwyn, or Aywennonwyn, [Wales,] 
or, a lion rampant git. 

Aquila, or, an eagle closed gu. 

Aquilis, [Earl,] paly of six, gu. and vair, on a 
chief or, three eagles displayed sa. 

Aquitain, gu. a lion passant guardant or. [This 
teas the coat-aruiour of William, Duke of 



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Aquitain and of GtiyeiiHe, one of the peers 
of lVance.'\ 

AytiTAP., gu. an eagle displayed or, on a chief 
ar. a mount vert, thereon three pear-trees ppr. 
fructed of the second. — Crest, a demi lion r;ini- 
j)ant or, mnrally crowned az. holding in the 
dexter ])aw alaurel-brauch slipped ppr. [Grant- 
ed (o Don Dieyo Acjuitar of London, IToG.] 

Aquittkn, or Anguillon, gu. a fleur-de-lis 
ar. 

Aragand, or Aragune, ar. a fesse betw. three 
mullets gu. 

Aragon, paly of ten pieces, ar. and gu. 

Arbeaster, or Allebast];r, [Staffordshire 
and Essex,] erm. a crossbow bent in pale gu. — 
Crest, a feather in pale, enfiled with a ducal 
coronet. (Another crest, out of a ducal coro- 
net, a greyhound's head ar. collared or.) 

Arbreth, [Lancashire,] or, two bars vert. 

Arbuthnot, az. a ci-escent betw. three .stars 
withiii an orle of eight frazes of the last. 

Arhuthnet, [Scotland,] az. a crescent betw. tlu-ee 
stars within a bordure ar. (Another, ■^\'ithin 
a bordiU'e ar. charged with eight cijiquefoils of 
the first.) — Crest, a peacock issuing out of a 
^vl■eath jjpr. 

Arbutt, gu. three (looks or flounders ar. 

Arcester, [Gloucestershire,] ar. a chev. az. and 
label of tlu-ee points gu. 

Arciiard, [Kent,] erm. ou a cross sa. a crescent 
or. 

Archard, [Yorkshire,] or, five fusils in bend sa. 

Archard, or, a bend engr. sa, 

Archard, ar. five fusils in cross sa. 

Arch AS, [Leicestershire,] sa. three fleurs-de-lis 
ar. 

Arch by, pmp. a bend archy or champaiue ar. 

.Archdeacon, [Corn-nail,] ar. a chev. sa. 

Archdeacon, [Devon,] ar. three chev. sa. 

Archdeacon, [Hertfordshire.] The same. 

Archdeacon, sa. tliree chev. or. 

Akchebold, oz-Archboed, [Staffordshire,] ar. 
a lion rainpimt betw. tluee (another, six) fleius- 
de-Iis sa. 

Archibcdd, ar. on a bend az. betw. two mullets of 
the second, a crescent of the first. 
rArchibald, ar. on a bend betw. three stars az. as 
many crescents of the fust, within a bordure 
engr. sa. — Crest, a branch of a palm-tree slipped 
ppr. 

Archedai.E, [London,] az. a chev. erm. betv.-. 
tluee taluots passant or. — Crest, out of a ducal 
coronet, a tiger's head ar. maued and tufted sa. 

Archer, [Lincolnshire,] per pale, g-u. and az. 
three arrows or, biirbed and feathered ar. — 
Crest, on a wreath a dragon's head, per pale 



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gu. and az. vith wings expanded, the sinister 
wing: or, the doster ar. issuing: out of a mural 
crown, per pale of tiie last and third. \_Granied 
hy William Dmjdale, March 24, 1G84.] 

Archer, ar. three pheons gu. 

Archer, sa. throe pheons ar. 

Archer, [Baron of Umberslade, Wanricksliire,] 
az. three broad arrows or. — Crest, out of a mural 
coronet gu. a dragon's head ar. Sujvporters, 
two wivenis reguardant av. miirally gorged or. 
Motto, " Sola bona qua honesla." 

Archer, [Essex,] erm. on a chief az. three lions 
rampant or. — Crest, a bull's head erased gu. 

Archer, [Slnopshire,] sa. a lion rampant or. 

Archer, [alias De Boys, Essex,] erm. a cross sa. 
— Two Crests, first, a wivern ar. second, a leg 
couped at the thigh, embowed at the knee quar- 
terly sa. and ar. spur and leather or. 

Archer, or, five fusils in bend sa. 

Archer, az. tluee iuTows in pale ar. 

Archer, gii. tlii'ee single arches or. 

Archer, erra. on a cross sa. a crescent ar. [f?rrt?^/- 
ed to Henry Archer, Esg. of Thci/clon, Essex, 
by Cooke, Clareiiceux, April 2, 1574.] 

Archer, [Chelmsford, Essex,] az. a gai'b erector, 
betw. two branches of laurel tied by a ribbon in 
base, on a cliief emliattled ar. tlu-ee arrows, 
points downwards, betw. eight erra. spots, two 
and two, in pale sable. — Crest, on a wreath a 
■ griffin's head erased ar. transpierced by a spesir 
in bend sinister, point downwards, collared gu. 
charged with two crosses pattec of the first, in 
the beak a shp of oeJi fructed ppr. 

Arches, [Devon,] gu. three door-arches ar. their 
capitals and pedestals or. (Another, the arches 
or.) 

Archest, ar. a chev. az. a label of three points 

Archever, [Scotland,] purp. a chev. enarchcd ar. 
Archidecknie, ar. three chevronels sa. — Crest, 

on a wreath, a dexter arm in armour, embowed 

ppr. holding in the hand a dagger also ppr. 
Archidiacre, ar. three chev. sa. on each five 

bezants. 
Archie, [Scotland,] or, a cliief parted per pale 

az. and gu. 
Arcy, sa. a fesse or. 
Ardall, or Ardoll, [Essex,] ar. a chev. betw. 

tlu-ee stars gu. 
Ardborough, Ardeborouch, andARnsow, 

ar. a chev. engr. betw. three escallop shells gu. 

(Another, sa.) 
Arden, or, tiiree palets az. on a cliief gu. as 

many lozenges ar. 
Arden, barrv of eight or and az. within a bordure 

gu. 



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Arden, gu. three crosses bottonee fitchce, a chief 
or. 

Arden, or Arderne, [Warwickshire and Bedford- 
shire,] gu. three cross crosslets fitchee or, on a 
chief of the second, a martlet of the first. — Crest, 
a plume of feathers ar. charged with a martlet 
or. 

clie\ . sa. betw. three stars 



■■«, or, a lion rampant, 
cross crosslets sa. (Ano- 



Ardon, [Essex,] ar. 

g-u. 
Ardyn, Ardem, or Arde. 

within an orle of eight 

ther, the field ar.) 
Ardyn, Ardem, or Ardem, or, a lion rampant, 

within an orle of ten cross crosslets sa. 
Ardyn, [Kent,] the same as Arderne of Staf- 
fordshire. 
Ardf.r, or Arderx, erm. a fesse gu. charged 

with three cinquefoils or. (Another , pierced or.) 
Arderes, [Mcriden, Warwickslurc,] ar. on a 

bend cottised sa. three mullets of the first. — 

Crest, a demi lion az. gorged with a collar or, 

charged with three mullets az. 
Arderne, ar. a chev. betw. three cross crosslets 

fitchee sa. a bordure engr. gobony of the field 

and the second. 
Arderne, or, a chief az. 
Arderne, sa. three lions ]5assant or. 
Arderne, erm. on a fesse gu. tliree lozenges or. 
Arderne, ar. three chev. az. within a bordure engr. 

gu. 
Arderne, [Cliesliire and Lancashire,] gu. three 

cross crosslets fitchee and a cliief or. (Another, 

the chief indented or.) (Another, engT. or.) — 

Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a plume of 

five feathers, tliree or and two zz.—-( Another 

Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, seven feathers 

ar. tipped gu.) 
Arderne, gu. semee of crosslets and a cliief or. 

(Another six, another eight cross crosslets and 

a chief or.) 
Arderne, gu. three crosses bottonee fitchee or. 
Arderne, the like with a chief engr. or. 
Arderne, gu. three crosses patonce fitchee and a 

chief or. — Crest, out of a case or bandage or, a 

plume of feathers ar. 
Arderne, or, senice of crosslets, a lion rampant 

sa. 
Arderne, Arden, or Ardren, [Ireland,] per pale, 

az. and gu. a lion rampant ar. armed of the 

second. 
Arderne, erm. a chief chequy, or and az. 
Arderne, ar. a lion rampant az. oppressed with a 

bend gii. 
Arderne, vert, a lion rampant or, armed and 

hmgued gu. 
Arderne, vert, a lion rampant or, crowned az. 



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Arderne, [Wanv-ickshire,] erm. a fesse cliequy, or 
and az. — Crest, ou a chapeau az. turned up erm. 
a bear passant or. 

Arderne, [Staftbrdsbirc and Warwicksliire,]~Tlie 
same, the field ar. 

Arderne, [Warwickshire,] ar. a fesse chequy, or 
and az. betw. three crescents gu. — Crest, a boar 
passant or. 

Arui;s, ar. a bend betw. six martlets sa. 

Ardcs, [Sliarinfftou, Bucks,] ar. a bend betw. six 
mullets sa. — Crest, witliin a Catharine-wheel sa. 
dvically croNnied or, a sun in splendour. 

Ardls, ar. on a bend az. a mullet sa. 

Ardijs, ar. a bend betw. six mullets sa. 

Arditacke, ar. a chev. eugr. betw. three escal- 
lops gu. 

Ardixgton, or, two lions passant sa. 

Ardinc/lon, [Berkshire and Leicestershire,] az. 
two lions passant or. 

Ardingion, [Yorkshire,] or, a fesse betw. tliree 
escallop shells gu. 

Ardbujlon, ar. a fesse betw. three escallo)i shells 
sa. 

ARDLin', [Loudon,] quarterly per fesse indented 
ar. and gu. ou a bend eugr. az. betw. two eagles 
displayed or, a fret of the last enclosed by 
two doves ppr. 

Ardonff and Ardonsk, [Essex,] ar, a chev. 
betw. three stars gu. 

Are, az. ou a cross ar. five escallop shells gu. 

Areas, sa. tlu-ee fleurs-de-lis ar. 

Aries, [Ireland,] vert, tlireo rams' Leads cabossed 

. ar. attired or. — Crest, a satyr, holding in his 
dexter hand a sword, in liis sinister a partiziui, 
all ppr. 

Ares, ar. a chev. sa. 

Areskix, ar. a pale sa. — Crest, ou a ^y^eatl), a 
dexter hand holding an escochcon. 

Areskine, [Scotland,] az. a bend betw. six cross 
crosslets fitchee or. — Crest, on a wreath, a dex- 
ter hand holding a sword erect, betw. two laurel 
brauches, all ppr. 

Arev, gu. three birds, ar. membered or, two and 
one. 

Arey, sa. a fesse or. 

Arfar):, gu. a bend or, cottised ar. 

Arfece, or Arfois, ar. three castles gu. 

Argai,l, or Argnall, or, a lion rampaut re- 
guardaut az. 

Aryall, [Dr. Much-Baddow and Low-Hall, Essex,] 
per fesse ar. aud vert, a pale counterchajiged, 
three lions' heads erased gu. — Crest, a sphinx 
with wings expanded ppr. ( Another crest, an 
arm embowed in lu-mour ppr. supporting a bat- 
tle-axe.) 

Argall, or Argell, per fesse or and sa. three ptJets 



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couuterchanged, as many lions' heads erased 
gu. 

Argall, [Lancashire,] or, a pale vert, counter- 
changed per fesse, ou the first and fourth quar- 
ters a lion's head erased gu. on the second ;aid 
third an acorn slii)i)cd gold. 

Argente, [Isle of Ely, Cimibridgeshire,] gu. 
three covered cups ar. — Crest, a deuii hon gu. 
holding a covered cup ar. 

Arcentin, gu. three covered cups ar. 

Argenton, [Devon,] gu. three college pots ar. 

Argcnton, az. three cups, covered, gu. 

Argenton, [Candjridge,] gu. semee of cross cross- 
lets, tluee cups, covered, ar. 

Argenton, gu. three cups, covered, betw. nine 
cross crosslets fitchee, ar. 

Argenton, gu. tluee covered cups ar. 

Argentine, gu. tluee lily pots ar. 

Argenttjne, gu. a cross lozeugy or, in the first 
Cjuarter an eagle displayed ar. 

Arg);vile, ar. three annulets vert. 

Argny, fu. a chev. betw. three martlets sa. 

Argton, gu. on a bend ermines, cottised or, three 
boars' heads couped ar. 

Argue, ar. three pomegranates ppr. 

Argum, or Argune, ar. a chev. betw. tlu-ee 
martlets sa. 

Arissel, [Coruwall,] gu. a saltier eugr. ar. betw'. 
four bezmits. 

Arki>^ STALL, [Cambridge,] erm. a fesse sa. 
betw. three martlets of the second. — Crest, on 
a mount wvi, a greyhound sejant erm. 

Akrvbus, ar. ou a fesse engr. sa. three mascles 
or. 

Armarle. The same as Amarle. 

Armkall, erm. a bend compony ar. and sa. 

Ar.me, gu. a naked arm barways, bowed at the 
elbow, ppr. 

Armeny, az. a lion rampant erm. 

Armcng, az. a lion ram))aut ar. crowned or. 

Armony, gu. a bend ar. (anotlier, erm.) betw. 
six bezants. 

Armony, az. a bend erm. betw. six bezants. 

Armerbury, sa. two anus ar. betw. three cross 
crosslets fitchee of the second. 

Armery, [of Pavy, who betrayed Calais,] an 
escocheon reversed, az. four mullets or, two and 
two. 

Armory, [county of Kerry, Ireland,] paly of sis 
nebulec ar. and gu. ou a chief of the first, a 
hon passaut guardant of the second. — Crest, an 
eagle's head or. 

AR>fEsr.URY, [Essex,] sa. two arms, hand in 
luuid, in fesse ar. betw. three cross crosslets or. 

Armesbury, sa. t^vo arms, hand in lnuid, in fesse 
ar. betw. three crosses botounee fitchee or. 



A R ISI 

Armf.STEY, paly of six ar. and az. over all a 
bendlet gii. 

Armstranc, ar. three palets az. — Crest, an 
arm armed ppr. 

Armstran(j, ar. tlirce palets sa. — Crest, an arm 
g-u. 

Armstranrj, az. a fessc or, betw. (wo arms armed, 
coxii)ed at the shoulder, ar. — Crest, an arm 
issuing' out of a cloud, holding; a club pjir. 

Armslrung, ar. three torteauxes az. 

Armestroiirj, ^n. three embo^ved armed arms erect, 
two and one, ar. 

Armeslronrj, [Nottingham,] gri. thi-ee armed arms, 
lying- palev.ays ar. 

Arrnslrong, [Liucohishire and Xottinghamshire,] 
gu. throe dexter arms vambraced ar. hands ppr. 
— Crest, a dexter arm vambraced in annour, the 
band ])])r. 

ArmstroiKj, sa. three dexter arms conjoined at the 
shoulders, and Hexed in triangle or, turned up, 
(or cufl'ed,) ar. the hands clenched ppr. 

Armstrong, [Scotland,] ar. an arm ppr. habited 
gu. issuing out from the side of the escocheon, 
and holding the lower part of a broken tree era- 
dicated vert, the top leaning to the dexter 
angle. 

Armkston, [Burbage, in Leicestershire,] sa. a 
chev. betw. three spears' heads ar. a crescent 
for diflerence. — Crest, a dragon's bead erased 
vert, scaled or, charged with a crescent of the 
same, for diflerence. 

Arm^slone, [Leicestershire,] sa. a chev. betsv. 
thi-ee spears' heads ar. — Crest, a diagou's head 
erased ppr. 

Armiger, [North Creake, Norfolk,] az. three 
helmets or, betw. two bars ar. — Crest, on a 
ducal coronet or, a tiger sejant gu. crined and 
tufted or. 

Armigcr, [Suffolk,] az. a fesse cottised ar. betw. 
three close helmets or. 

Armiger, erm. a griffin segreant, per fesse or and 
az. armed gu. 

Armiger, erm. a grillin az. armed gu. 

Armiger, per pale az. aiid or, a grifTui segreant 
counterchanged. 

Armine, [Osgodby, Lincolnshire,] erm. a saltier 
cngr. gu. on a chief ol' the second, a lion pas- 
sant. (Another, giiardant or.) — Crest, en a 
moimt vert, an ermine ppr. 

Armine, ar. three martlets sa. 

Armyn, gu. six roses ar. three, two, atid one. 

Armijn, [Cornwall.] or, a chev. betw. three escal- 
lops az. 

AR:NnrAc;K, [Sir Francis, Tiart. Kirklees, 
Yorkshire,] gu. a lion's head erased, betw. three 
crosses botonnee ar. — Crest, a dexter arm em- 



A R N 

bowed, vested or, cuff or. gras])ing in the hand 
ppr. a sword by the blade, also ppr. hilled gold, 
point downwards. 

Arvujiage, [London and Yorkshire,] ar. three 
crosses botonnee gu. — Crest, a demi lion ar. hold- 
ing in the dexter paw a cross botonnee gu. 
[HcralcVs Office, London, G. 24.] 

Armgtage, [Yorkshire,] az. a bon's head erased 
betw. three cross crosslets or. 

Ar.morer, [London.] gu. on a chev. ar. betw. 
three sinister gauntlets or, two palets betw. three 
half fleurs-de-lis, split paleways 

Armourer, barry of lour counter-escalloped ar. and 
gu. each scale nailed sable. 

AR^rSTREC^, ar. an arm extended and couped, 
vested gu. buttoned the whole length sa. 

Arnalt, gu. a stork in trion aspect to the sinis- 
ter ar. on a mount vert in base. 

Arnkford, or Arnford, az. three bars or, 
within a bordure erm. 

Arnest, [Devon,] ar. three holly-leaves barways, 
two and one, the stalks tow iu-ds the dexter part 
of the escocheon, ppr. 

Arnest, ar. a holly-leaf ppr. 

Arnf.t, ar. a chev. betw. three stars gu. 

Arnet, az. a chev. betw. three stars ar. and a cre- 
scent in chief of the last. 

Arnet, ar. a chev. sa. betw. three mullets gu. all 
within a bordure indented of the second. 
(Another, the bordure charged with eight cre- 
scents of the first.) 

Arnewey, or Arnaway, and Arnold, 
[Bucks,] ar. three escallop shells sa. 

Arnwmj, [Lincolnshire,] quarterly az. and ar. a 
saltier engr. counterchanged. 

Armuay, az. iu chief a mullet betw. two crescents 
or, in base a fish naiaut ppr. 

uirmrag, ar. three escallops sa. 

Arnewood, [Hants,] erm. on a bend az. betw, 
two cottises, three lions passant or. — Crest, out 
of a ducal coronet. ... a demi leojiard. . . . 

Ar^'EY, [Chambury, Dorset,] ar. a fesse com- 
pouy or and az. in chief three martlets gu. — 
Crest, on a mural crown or, three arrows through 
a human heart, two in saltier, and one in pale, 
ar. 

Arnold, [Cromer, Norfolk, and Battisford, Suf- 
folk,] sa. a chev. betw. three dolphins ar. — 
Crest, a dolphin cmbowed ar. (Another 
crest, out of a ducal coronet, an antelope's 
head. . . . ) 

Arnold, [London,] gu. three plicons ar. on a chief 
of the second, a !)ar nebulee az. — Crest, a demi 
tiger sa. bezantee, maned and tufted or, holcbng 
a broad arrow, stick gu. feathers and {)heon ar. 
[Granted, December ^l, 1612.] 



A R S 

Arnold, [Iluntiiigxloiishirc,] sa. two lions passant 
or. 

Anwld, gu. a chev. betw. tkree pbeons or. 

Arnold, [Gloucestersliire,] iju. a eliev. crm. betv,-. 
three plieocs or. [draii/ed to Edmond Arnold, 
Esq. bij Sir Edward Byslie, Clarcnceiix, De- 
cember, 1G53.] 

Arnold, [Gloucestershire,] gu. a chev. crm. betw. 
three escallop shells or. 

Arnold, [Chilwick, Hertfordshire,] gu. a chev. 
quarterly erm. and ermines, betw. three pheons 
or. — Crest, au ea-;le's head erased gu. gorged 
with a mural coronet ai-. holding in the beak an 
acorn, slipped, lea\ cd vert. 

Arnold, [Duke of Guilders,] az. a lion rampant 
ar. 

Arnold, gu. an anvil ar. 

Arnote, [Scotland,] ai-. a chev. betw. three mul- 
lets sa. 

Arnulfe, az. an anvil or. 

Arm WAY, ar. three escallops sa. 

Arnyston, or, six lozenges sa. 

AitFK, erm. on abend betw. two crosses sa. three 
lozenges ar. 

Arquil, per fesse ov and vert, a ]iale counter- 
changed, on the first three lions' heads erased 
vert, on the second as many oaken slips or. 

Arras, ar. on a cross az. five fleurs-de-lis 
or. 

Arras, [Bucks,] ar. on a cross sa. four fieurs-de-lis 
or. 

Arras,^ erm. a chev. sa. 

Arras, erm. a chev. gu. 

Arrlll, or, a Cornish chough ppr. 'within a 
bordure ar. char^;ed with ei<iht fleurs-de-lis 



Arrowood, or ARvrooi), [Lancashire,] ar. 

three conies az. (Anollier, three conies cur- 
• rent.) 
AUROWSMYTH, []Iuutingfield-Hall, Suffolk,] gu. 

two -broad arrows in saltier or, feathered ar. 

betw. four lions' heads erased and crowned of 

the secoud. 
Arroicsmytli, [Lancasliire,] ar. five billets in fesse 

sa. betw. three pheons gu. 
Arsacke, or Arsake, gu. a bend or, cottised 

ar. 
Arsacke, gu. a bend cottised or. 
Arsick, quarterly gu. and or, on a bordure sa. 

eight bulls' heads couped ar. 
Arsi/cke, ar. (another, or,) a chief indented 

sa. 
Arscot, [Devon,] jjer chev. az. and erm. two 

bucks' faces or. f Another, only one; another, 

two stags' heads or.) 
Arsie, az. a quarter or. 



A R U 

Arsoys. The same as Arfois. 

Art, [Greenv.ich, Kent,] az. three plates, one 
in cliief and tv,o in base, two ])iles bendwavs, 
one de.\ter, the oth<>r sinister, each charged 
with an anchor sa. 

Arteruoe, ar. on a fesse sa. three lozenges or. 

Arthawe, sa- two flaunches ar. in chief a bar 
gemel of the second. 

Artkekill, gu. six mullets pierced ar. three, 
two, and one. 

Artkekill, gu. six martlets ar. three, two, and 
one. 

Arthington, [Artlungton, in the West hiding 
of Yorkshire.] The same as Ardixgton. 

Arlhinr/lon, ["^'ovkshire,] ar. a fesse betv,'. three 
escallop shells sa. 

Arlhinf/ton, [Yorkshire,] sa. a fesse betw. three 
escallop shells ar. 

Ariliinplon, [Yorkshire,] or, a fesse betw. three 
escallop shells gu. 

Arthour, [of Britain, Earl of Richmond,] 
chequy or and az. a bend gu. charged with eight 
lions ])assant guardant or, a canton erm. 

Arthur, [Dublin,] gu. a chev. ar. betw. three 
rests or, on each as many hurts. — Crest, a fal- 
con volant ppr. jessed and belled or. 

Arthur, [Springfield, Essex,] gu. a chev. betw, 
three rests, for clarions,) or. — Crest, a pelican 
sa. standing in her nest or, her breast vulucd. 
[Herald's O/Jice, Essex, C. 21.] 

Arthur, sa. three chess rooks and a chief ar. 
(Jnoihcr. the chief or.) 

Arthur, [N^'ales,] sa. three cocl^s, and a chief 
ar. 

Arthur, gu. a chev. ar. betw. three bowls or. 

Arthur, sa. three wheels in chief ar. 

Arthur, sa. three wheels ar. a ciiief or. 

Arthur, [Clo])ton, Somersetshire,] gu. a chev. 
betw. three clarions or. 

Arlhure, [Ireland,] gu. a chev. betw. three Irish 
brogues or. 

Artois, ar. three castles gai. . 

Artred, ar. on a fesse sa. thiee lozenges (or 
fusils) or. 

Arundele, [Baron of Wardour, Wilts,] sa. six 
swallows ar. three, two, and one. — Crest, a 
wolf passant ar. — ^Supporters, the dexter, a lion 
guaidant erminois, ducally crowned or; the sinis- 
ter, an owl ar. winged, and ducally crowned or. 
31 otto, " Deo data." 

ArnndeU, [Trerice,] sa. three chev. ar. — Crest, 
on a chapeau, gu. a martlet ar. (Another 
crest, on a mount, a horse passant ai'. against a 
tree pi)r.) 

Arundell, su. six martlets ar. three, two, and 
one. 

[E3 



A S C 

Ariindell, gu. a lion rampant or, armed and lan- 

gucd az. 
ArundcU, barry of six or and az. a saltier gu. 
Arondell, [Cornwall,] sa. six martlets in pile 

ar. 

Arondell, sa. six escallops in pile ar. 

Arward, or ? ^, , 
1 „ ; ar. three horses current az. 

Arwood. See Arrowood. 

A.SAiVlUZ, gu. three bars dancettee or. 

ASBITTER, sa. a bittern ar. 

As BONE, erm. oa a cross gu. five bezants. 

Ashorne, gu. a fesse betw. six martlets ar. 

ASCII E, AscHEV, or ASHER, or, a fesse az. 

over all a saltier gu. 
Asche, az. three pigeons for doves) ar. tv.o and 

one, beaked and membered gu. 
AscHELEY, quarterly ar. and gu. a bend sa, 
AsCLEY, ar. a lion rampant gu. on the shoulder 

a cinquefoil of the first, a label of three points 

az. 
AscON, ar. on a chief sa. tliree lozenges of the 

field. 
Ascot, per chev. ar. and or, in chief two bucks' 

heads of the .second. 
Ascotf, per chev. az. and erm. in chief two stags' 

lieads cabossed or. 
AscouM, or, on a chief az. a lion rampant 

gu. 
Asciim, ar. a chev. betw. three fleurs-de-lis sa. 
AscoUGii, [Sir Edward, Knt. Salingborough, 

Lincolnsliire,] sa. a fesse or, betw. three asses 

passant ar. — Crest, an ass ar. 
Ascomjh, [Lincolnshire.] The same, with a cres- 
cent for ditTorence. 
Ascoitffh, [Blibers, Luicolnslure,] ar. a fesse betw. 

three asses passant sa. — Crest, an ass passant 

sa. 
Ayscoiigh, sa. a fesse betw. three asses passant 

ar. 
Ayscoiicjh, sa. a fesse or, betw. three asses erm. 

— Crest, an ass erm. [Confirmed to Francis 

Ayscough, D.D. Jan. 11, 1772.] 
Ascue, [Lincolnshire,] sa. a fesse befw. three asses 

ar. 
Ascve, [Lincolnshire,] ar. a fesse gu. betw. three 

asses' heads couped sa. 
Ascue, gu. on a fesse engr. betw. three asses' 

heads couped or, a cross pattec and two mart- 
lets az. 
AscKB, gu. on a fesse engr. ar. a cross formee 

betw. two martlets az. See AsKEW. 
Ayscve, [Lincolnshire,] ar. three asses' heads 

couped sa. 
Askew, or Akue, [Northumberland,] sa. a fesse 

or, betw. three asses passant ar. 



ASH 

Askew, or Ayscouyh, [Newcastle upon-Tyne,] sa, a 
fesse or, befw. tlu\e asses passatit, mailed and 
hoofed of the second. — Crest, a naked arm ppr. 
grasping a sword ar. hilt and pomel or, enfiled 
with a Siiracen's head couped ppr. wreathed 
about the temples or and sa. blood issuing from 
the neck of the first; over the point of the sword 
this motto, " Fac el spera." 

Askew, [Lord jNIayor of London, 1533,] gu. on a 
fesse ar. betw. thi-ee asses' heads couped or, as 
many mullets az. 

Askew, ar. a fesse betv.^. three asses passant sa. 

Askew, [London,] gu. on a fesse engr. ar. betw. 
three asses' heads coujjed or, a cross crosslet and 
two stars az. See Asci:e. 

Askewe, gu. a lion rampant or, o])pressed with a 
bend vert. 

Askev:e, ar. a fesse betw. three asses sa. 

ASCUNE, per pale or a)id az. a fesse betw. three 
asses or. 

ASELOCKE, or ASLAKE, [Sufiolk,] M'. a chev. 
erm. betw. three Catharine- wheels ar. — Crest, 
a talbot'.s head sa. (juttce de Veau. 

ASKN, ar. a fesse gu. betw. three eagles' heads 
couped sa. 

Asen, ar. a fesse gu. betw. three asses' heads 
couped sa. 

ASGILL, [Bart. London,] per fesse ar. and vert, a 
pale counterchauged, in each part of the first a 
lion's head erased gu. 

AsiiAFEN, or, a cross patriarchal gu. charged 
with another ar. 

ASH,\.W, [Lancashire,] or, on a chev. betw. three 
martlets vert, as many cross crosslets fitchee 
ar. 

Ashaw, ar. on a chev. betw. three martlets vert, as 
many crosses pattee fitchee of the first. [Con- 
firmedhy Seyar, Garter.} 

Ashawe, [Lancashire,] ar. on a chev. betw. tluee 
martlets vert, as many crosses pattee fitchee of 
the field. — Crest, an arm cmbowed, habited 
with green leaves, issuing out of a ducal coronet 
or, and holding in the hiuid a cross pattee fitchee 
ar. [Granted 1599.] 

Aschaw, ar. a mole-liill in base sa. 

AsiiBERTON, per fesse ar. and sa. a gTeyhound 
imd mule, within a bordure engr. all counter- 
changed. 

Ashherton, az. a talbot passant or, collared gu. 

ASHBORNE, or ASHBURY, [Worcestershire,] gu. 
a fesse betw. six martlets ar. 

Ashhorne, or Ashhury, gu. a fesse betw. six mart- 
lets or. 

Ashhorne, ai". on a fesse betw. tliree crescents gu. 
as many mullets or. (Another, the mullets 
ar.) 



ASH 

Ashborne, or Aslibiirne, [Iieland,] ar. on a bend 

sa. three towers, triple towered, of tlie field. 
Asii BROKE, vaire ar. and sa. a cliev. gii. 
ASHiiLRNHAM, gu. a fes';e betw. six mullefs ar. 

— Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, an ash tree 

fructed ppr. 
Ashhiirnham, gu. a fesse betw. three mullets 

ar. 
Ashlntrnhnm, [.Sussex and Sufi'olk,] gu. a fesse ar. 

betw. six plates. 
Aslihurnham, or Ashhrmhavi, az. a fesse betw. 

tliree ir.artlets ar. (Another, the fesse or.) 
Aslihurnham, [Hants,] gu. ou a fesse betw. six 

mullets ar. a crescent sa. 
Ashbuniham, ar. on a fesse betw. three crescents 

gii. as many mullets or. 
ASHBURV, [^Worcestershire,] g-u. a fesse betw. 

three mullets ar. 
AsHBV, [Leicestershire,] ar. a lion rani])ant az. 

yultce dor. (Another, the lion gu.) 
Ashlnj, ar. a lion rampant sa. 
Ashhy, [Leicestershire,] ar. a lion rampant sa. and 

a cliief gii. — Crest, a ram's head attired, 

or. 
Ashhy, [Leicestersbire,] ar. a lion rampant so. bil- 

letfee or. 
Ashhy, az. a fesse bel"w. three martlets ar. 
Ashhy, [Quenby, Leicestershire,] az. a chev. erm. 

betw. three leopards' heads or. — Crest, out of a 

mural crown ar. a leopard's head or. 
Ashhy, per pale az. and gu. a chev. erm. betw. 

three leopards' heads ar. 
Ashhy; [Leicestershire,] az. a chev. betw. three 

spread eagles or. — Crest, an eagle close ar. du- 

cally cro^^■Iled or. 
Ashhy, gii. semee of nails ar. three stems of a 

flower vert. 
Aishhy, [Sir Francis, Bart. IJartfield, ftliddlesex.] 

The same. 
Aschehy, ar. a lion sa. billettee or. 
A.SHCOMB, or AiSHCOMB, [Berks,] or, a lion 

rampant, quevee forchee gu. a chief az. — Crest, 

on a chapeau, a demi eagle displayed sa. ducally 

crowned or. []Gi2.] 
Ayshcomh, [Sir Oliver, Bart. Liford, Berks,] or, 

a lion ramj)ant gu. armed aiid legged az. tail 

forked a chief of the third. 
ASHCOXI'R, [Scotland,] per pale ar. and sa. a 

chev. counterchanged. 
A.SHDAUN, ar. a lion rami)ant gu. gorged with a 

collar or, and charged with three ogresses. 
Ashe, [Sir Joseph, Bart. Twickenham, Middle- 
sex,] ar. t's\ chev. sa. — Crest, a cockatrice or, 

combed and wattled gu. 
Ashe, [Somersetshire,] ar. a fesse az. over all a 

saltier gu. 



A S II 

Ashr, or, a fesse az. over all a saltier gu. charged 
with a mullet of the field. 

Ashe, ar. a saltier and fesse gu. 

Ashe, ar. a saltier gu. and fesse az. 

Ashe, or, a saltier gii. over all a fesse sa. 

Asltc, a7,. three mews ar. beiiked and membered 
gu . 

Aslie, or Eshe, [Devon, 1G13,] ar. two chev. sa. 
each charged with a trefoil shpped or. — Crest, 
a cockatrice close ar. charged on the breast with 
a trefoil shpped gu. 

AsiiELDAM, or AsHELDEN, [Esscx,] erm. a 
fesse dancette gu. 

AsHELSON, iu-. a lion rampant gu. and a bend 
az. 

A.SHENDEN, ar. a lion rampant gu. armed and 
laiigiied az. 

Ashenden, ar. a lion rampant f::;n. collared and 
chained or. (Anotlier, the field or.) 

Ashendon, [Suflblk,] gu. a fesse betw. three mul- 
lets ar. 

ASHEREURNE, ar. a fesse betw. three crescents 
gu. 

Asherhurue, or Ashhurner, [Cockermouth, Cum- 
berland,] ar. on a fesse betv.-. three crescents 
gu. as many mullets or. — Crest, an ash-tree 
ppr. 

Ash ERST, [Lancashire,] gu. a cross engr. or, in 
the first quarter a fieiu--de-hs ar. — Crest, a fox 
passant ppr. 

Ashvrsf, [Sir Henry, Bart. Emingion, Oxford- 
sldre,] gu. a cross bet^v. four fleurs-de-lis ar. 

Ashurst, [Sir Adam, Knt. Cheshire,] gu. a cross 
engr. or, in the chief dexter quarter a fleur-de- 
lis or. 

Ashurst, [Lancashire,] gu. a cross engr. or, betw. 
four lleurs-de-lis ar. 

Ashurst, [Lancaster,] gu. a cross engr. betw. four 
fleurs-de-lis ar. (Another, tlie fleurs-de-lis 
or.) 

Ashurst, gu. on a cross or, five fleurs-de-lis 
nz. 

Ashurst, [Sir William, Lord Mayor of London,] 
gu. a cross betw. four fleurs-de-lis ar. 

AsiiirroN, ar. a chev. betw. tliree chaplets gii. 
[Conjirmed hy William Camden, Clarenceux, to 
Asheton, of ITampton-Court.^ 

ASHEIELD, [Lancashire,] sa. a fesse betw. three 
fleurs-de-lis ar. 

Ashjield, [Suffolk.] The same. (Another, the 
fesse engr.) 

Ashjield, [Suflolk,] gu. a fesse indented counter- 
indented, two points at each end, betw, three 
fleurs-de-lis ar. 

Ashjield, [Yorkshire,] sa. a fesse betw. tliree fleurs- 
de-lis within a bordure ar. 

[e2] 



ASH 

Ashfield, [Sussex,] sa. on a fes.se cns^r. betw. two 
fleurs-de-lis ar. a ciesieiit of the field. 

Ashfield, sa. a chev. eiiyr. betw. three fleurs-de- 
lis ar. 

Ashfield, [Oxfordshire,] barry wavy of six ar. and 
.sa. 

Ashfield, or Est field, [SulTolk.] Hie same. 

Ashfield, [Oxfordshire,] ar. a trefoil slipjied betw. 
three mullets f;u. 

Ashfield, [Warwickshire and ])ackin,alKanshire,] 
ar. a trefoil slipped sa. betw. three raullets gu. — 
Crest, a wolf courant erm. 

Ashfe'd, or, ou a mount vert, a itlagellan goose, 
the body sa. head ar. 

AsiiKOED, [Ashford, Devon, and Cornwall,] ar. 
betw. two chev. sa. three ashen keys az. f Ano- 
ther, the keys vert.)— Crest, on a wreat'i, a 
moor's liead in profde sa. Avreathed about the 
temples ar. and issuing out of a chap'et of oak- 
leaves vert. 

Ashford, [Devon,] ar. on a chev. voided sa. three 
bunches of ashen keys ppr. 

Ashford, [Cornwall,]" ar. a chev. betw. three 
bunches of ashen keys vert. 

Ashford, ar. on a chev. cou})le-closed sa. tliree 
pine-apples or. 

AsuiL, per pale ar. and sa. three leopards' heads 
in pale, counterchanged. 

AsiiivGHURST, or, a cockatrice, close, sa. wat- 
tled and legged gu. the tail iiowed and ending 
with a sei-pent's head, in the mouth of the cock- 
atrice a sprig vert. — Crest, a cockatrice, as in 
the arms. 

Asrif-KV, [Sir Francis, I\jit. Dorsetshire,] vert, 
a cinquefoil erm. within a bordiire engi-. ar. 

Ashleij, [Somersetshire,] ar. three bulls passant 
sa. armed or. — Crest, ou a chapeau gu. turned 
up erm. a bull sa. ducally gorged or. 

Ashleij, [Suffolk and Norfolk,] sa. a fesse engT. 
betw. three ileurs-de-lis. (Another, three cres- 
cents ar.) 
Ashley, or Asheley, [Dorsetshire,] sa. on a pale 

engr. ar. three crescents of the field. 
Ashleij, az. on a pale engT. ar. three cre.scents of 

the field. (Another, crescents sa.) 
Ashley, sa. on a pale engr. ar. three crescents gu. 
Ashley, sn. on a pale engr. ar. tliree crosses formee 

^"• 

Ashley, [Lowesby, Leicestershire,] ar. a lion ram- 
pant sa. crowned or. 

ylshley, ar. a lion rampant sa. and a chief gu. 

Ashley, ar. a lion rampant gu. 

Ashley, or Astley, [Devon,] cjiuirterly ar. and gu. 
rt Ijciid sa. 

Ashley, (piarterly ar. and gn. on a bend sa. tliree 
;niillels of the first, 



AST 

Ashley, [London,] gu. three wool-sacks ar. in chief 
a nruUet or. 

Ashley, [London,] gu. on a fesse engr. ar. betw. 
three griffins' heads erased or, as many crosses 
formee fitchee of the field. 

Ashley, gii. on a fesse engr. betw. three griffins' 
heads erased ar. as many crosses lonuee sa. 

Ashley, [Devon,] az. a cinquefoil orra. pierced of 
the field. See Astley. 

Ashley, [Dorset,] az. a cinquefoil witliin a bordurc 
engr. erm. — Crest, a harpy ppr. 

ASTKLEY, gu. a lion passant reguardaut ar. with- 
in an orle of eight cross crosslets or. 

Astley, [Warwickshire,] ar. on a bend az. three 
griffins' heads erased of the field. See Ashley. 

Astley, gu. a wolf salient ar. within an orle of 
cross crosslets or. 

Astley, az. a leopard passaul ar. witliin ;ui orle of 
six cross crosslets or. 

Astley, gu. a leopard rampant ar. armed of the 
field. " 

Astley, az. two leopards pi"<ssant ar. armed and 
langued az. 

Astley, gu. a leopard rampant ar. armed and lan- 
gued az. witliiu an orle of eight cross crosslets 
or. 

Astley, [Lord,] az. a cinquefoil erm. 

Astley. The same, \\\\\\ a label of three points 
erm. 

Astley, [StalVordshirc.] The same, ^vith a label 
or. 

Astley. The same, the label compoued or and 
gu . 

Astley, [Essex,] az. a cinquefoil erm. — Crest, on 
a chapeau, a plume of feathers ar. banded gu. 
and encircled -vt ifh a ducal coronet or. 

Astley, gu. a lion rampant ar. ai-med az. 

Astley, [Kent and Warwickshire,] az. a cinque- 
foil erm. within a bordure engr. or. — Crest, out 
of a ducal coronet or, a plume of feathers in a 
ease ar. 

Astley, [Sir Jacob, Islelton-Constable, Norfolk.] 
The same, with due difference. 

Astley, [Sir Richard, Hart Patishull, Bedford- 
shire.] The same with due difference. — Crest, 
on a chapeau gu. turned up erm. a shaft of a 
column gii. environed with a ducal coronet or, 
on the top of the column a plume of feathers 



yli/Zcy, [Stafiordhire,] az. a cinquefoil ^ 



pierced 



Astley, [Warwickshire,] az. three cinquefoils erm. 
Astlci/, [\\'olner, Warwickshire,] az. a cinquefoil 

onu. betw. tluee mullets or. 
Astley, [Patishull, Salop,] az. a cliupiefoil erm. 

a cVesceiit for diil'erence. — Crest, out of a ducal 



ASH 

vovonet ar. a pliiine of feathers gu. surmounted 
with auother phime or. 

Aslhy, az. semee of cross crosslets or, a lion 
passant guardaut nr. 

Aslley, gu. semee of cross crosslets or, a lion 
rampant guardaut ar. 

Aslleij, ar. a lion gu. armed and langiicd or. 

Aslley, az. a lion passant guardaut ar. (J not Iter, 
the lion or.) 

Asiley, az. the field replenished v.ith crosses 
bottonce or, a lion passant reguardant ar. 

Aslley, or Asteky, [Stafiordsliire,] ar. a lion ram- 
pant gu. anned aud langued or. 

Aslic, ar. a lion rampant gu. 

AsiniAN, [Lyruington, "Wiltshire,] or, on abend 
gu. betw. t^o talbots' heads erased sa. three 
fleurs-de-lis ps. 

AsiniOLE,[Compti-o!lerof Excise, 1G79, Stafford,] 
quarterl}' sa. and or, in the cliiefdexfer- quarter, 
afieur-de-lis of the second. — Crest, a greyhound 
couraut sa. 

AsiiOK, or, a fesse az. in the chief dexter quar- 
ter a saltier gu. 

AsiiOKP, or Arthokp, ar. a chev. bet\v. three 
martlets gu. 

Asiii'OOLE, az. three cliev. or. 

ASHTHORPE, ar. a chev. betw. three martlets sa. 

AsiiETON, [of Great Lever, Lancashire,] ar. on 
a mullet sa. an annulet of the field, in the dex- 
ter chief point a crescent gu. 

AslUon, or Aston, [Ashton, Cheshire,] per chev. 
sa. and ar. 

Ashlon, ar. a chev. betv/. three roses gu. 

Ashton; [Yorkshire and AViltshire,] sa. a saltier 
ar. 

Ashlon, [Spalding, Lincolnsliire, and of London,] 
ar. a mullet pierced sa. in the dexter corner a 
fleur-de-lis gu. — Crest, out of a mural coronet 
ar. a griffin's head gu. ducally gorged and beak- 
ed or. 

Ashlon, [Ashton-under-Line, Lancashire, and of 
Sheeiing, Essex.] The same, with a crescent. 

Ashton, or Ashcton, [Cheshire and Lancashire,] 
ar. a mullet sa. — Crest, a boar's head couped 
ar. 

Ashton, [Weston, Leicestershire.] The same, with 
a crescent for difference. 

Ashton, [Sheplcy and Lancashire,] ar. a mullet 
sa. pierced of the field. — Crest, a mower \v\i\\ 
his scythe, his face and hands ppr. his habit and 
cap counterchangcd ar. and sa. the hiuidle of the 
scvtlie or, the blade ar. as in action. [Granted, 
A'uyust IG, 1G:32.] 

Ashton, [Cheshire,] or, a mullet sa. 

Ashlon, [Lancashire,] ar. a mullet sa. pierced 
crm. 



A S K 

Ashton, [Cheshire,] ar. a mullet sa. charged with 

a plate, in chief a crescent of the second. 
Ashton, [Sir Ralph, Knt. and Lart. i^liddleton, 

J^ancashire,] ar. on a mullet sa. an annulet or. 
Ashton, [Staffordshire,] ar. a fesse sa. in cliief 

three lo/.enges of the second. 
Ashton, [SulVolk,] ar. a fesse sa. in chief three 

fusils of the second. 
Ashton, [Crofton, Lancashire,] quarterly first ar. 

a chev. sa. betw. three mascles gu. secondly -.ir. 

tM bars sa. 
Ashlon, or Asheton, [Crofton, Lancashire,] ar. a 

chev. betw. three cbaplets gu. (Another, the 

chev. sa.) — Crest, out of clouds )ipr. a demi 

angel with wings expanded, vested ar. face and 

hands ppr. hair, wings, and girdle, or. 
Ashlon, ar. two bars sa. and a bend gu. 
Asiiton, ar. a pile, over all a fesse engr. erm. 
AsiiWEED, or, three squirrels gu. ■ 
A.sinvoRTH, [Heyford, Oxfordshire,] gu. a cross 

engr. couped or, betw. four fleurs-de-lis ar. — 

Crest, on a mount vert, a fox ppr. 
Ashicorth, gu. a cross engr. hnmettee or, betw. four 

ileurs-de-lis ar. 
ASHWY, gu. semee of cross crosslets fitchec or, 

a lion rampant ar. 
AsiXGCOURT, or AisixcouRT. See A'iSiNf;- 

COURT. 

AsKE, az. four lozenges ar. 

As/ce, [Chobeut, Lancashire,] barry of six ar. and 
az. 

As/ce, [Aske, Yorkshire,] or, three bars az. an 
annulet for diilereuce. — Crest, au old man's 
head iu profile ppr. -nTeathed about the temph^s 
or and az. and tied with a bow of the colours. 

yJske, [Aughton, Yorkshire.] The same. 

j-Jske, ar. three lions passant guardaut az. 

Jske, [Yorkshire,] or, three bars az. within a bor- 
dure engr. gu. (yJnother, the bordure plain.) 

Jske, [Yorkshire,] or, tv.o bars az. 

Jlske, [Yorkshire,] or, four barrulets az. (Ano- 
ther, tiiree.) 

xVsK.EKV, [Sir Robert, Knt.] ar. a lion rampant 
sa. billottee or. 

Jskehy, [Cheshire,] ar. a chev. engr. az. 

ylskehy, Asklahy, or Jslakehy, az. a fesse betw. 
three martlets ar. 

Jskehy, az. a lion rampant ar. betvv. eight escal- 
lops or. 

Jskeliy, or, three chev. az. 

A.-ifCE.V.M, ASKEIIAM, or AsKHA.M, gu. a fesse 
Ijotw. three dolphins or. (Jnolher, the dol- 
phins ar.) 

yJskeum, gu. a fesse or, betw. three dolphins ar. 

As!-:i:i.K^', AsKi,i:i , and SKAi.in', ar. a clicv. 
engr. az. (Jnolhir, the field erni.) 



ASP 

Aslceley, tim. a chief enc^r. az. 

AsKi'.KKBY, az. a fesse betw. three mullets ar. 

AsKERTON, or, a trefoil slipped vert. 

Aski:tine, [West Peckham, Kent,] or, on a 
chev. betw. three lions' gambs sa. couped gn. 
and erect, three crescents of the first. — Crest, 
two lions' f^ambs erect sa. supporting a crescent 
or. 

Aslijion, [Laiicash'ue.] The same as Ashclun, of 
Crofton, Lancashire. 

ASKOliTiiE, sa. a fesse p;\\. betw. three asses ar. 

ASKWITII, [Yorkshire,] sa. a fesse betw. three 
cross crosslets ar. 

AsLACK, or AsLOKE, [Holme, Norfolk,] sa. a 
chev. erm. betw. three Catharine-wheels ar. 
f Another, the wheels or.) — Crest, a talbot's head 
sa. gullie de Veaii. 

Asi.AKi'.Y, az. a fesse betw. three martlets ar. 
(Another, field gu.) 

ASMX, [London,] ar. a chev. creiiellee az. betw. 
three roses gii. stalked and leaved ppr. — Crest, 
a demi liorse ppr. 

Aslin, or, on a chev. crenellee gu. three roses of 
the field, slipped vert. 

Aslin, or Ashiri, or, a chev. gu. betw. three lo- 
zenges of the second. 

Aslin, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three lozenges of the 
second, each charged with a cross crosslet sa. 

Ashjn, ar. a chev. snperembattled az. betw. three 
roses gu. slipped and barbed or. 

Ashjn, ar. on a chev. gu. betw. tliree cross cross- 
lets fitchce az. as many lozenges of the field, 
each charged with a cross crosslet of the second. 

ASN ANTES, gu. two bars dancettee or. 

ASPALL, [Suflolk,] az. three chev. or. (Another, 
adding a fleur-de-lis gii.) 

Aspall, [Northampton,] az. three chev. ar. 

AspiLON, ar. a chev. betw. three escallops sa. 

Aspilon, ar. on a chev. betw. three escallops sa. as 
many boars', heads couped or. 

ASPIN, [Dr. William, Bucks,] az. tliree chevero- 
nels ar. betw. as many quatrefoils or. — Crest, 
on a wreath, a dragon's head or, betw. two as- 
pen branches ppr. \^Grantcd hy Henry ist. 
George, Clarcnceii.v, February 20, 1687.] 

Asjnne, az. aa aspen leaf or. 

AspiNAEE, [Preston, Lancashire,] or, a chev. 
betw. tlu-ee grifllns' heads erased sa. — Crest, 
a demi griflin erased sa. beaked, legged, and 
collared or. IG ranted Vi-iS.] 

Aspinall, ar. an aspen leaf ppr. 

Aspenell, or Aspandall, vert, three asps in pale 
or. 

Aspinwcdl, Ashmell, and Asmall, [Northumber- 
land,] gu. two bars dancettee or, within a bor- 
dure sa. 



AST 

ASPEEV, vaire, ar. and sa. three bars gu. a can- 
ton erin. 

Aspi'L, az. a chev. or. 

AsSAKAR, or ) sa. a chev. eiigr. betw. three cres- 

ASSAKUR, 5 cPnts ar. 

ASSEEES, gu. a saltier and a chief or. 

AssiL, sa. an ass ar. 

AssEEOCK, sa. a chev. crni. betw. three Catha- 
rine-wheels ar. 

Assent, ar. a chev. betw. three crescents gu. 
within a bordurc engT. erm. 

ASSETIIORP, ar. a chev. betw. three martlets sa. 

AssoR, ar. a fesse az. betw. two barnilets or, in- 
dented on the sides gu. 

AsTAliLE, quarterly vair and gu. a bordure engr. 
or. 

AsTAKEY and AsTEEL, gu. a lion passant guar- 
dant within an orle of cross crosslets or. 

ASTEEL, gu. a lion rampant guardant, witliin an 
orle of cross crosslets ar. 

Astell, [Everton, Bedfordshire, Huntingdon, 
and Loudon,] gu. a hou passant per pale or 
and ar. bet^v. four cross crosslets of the last.— 
Crest, a cross crosslet or, entwined with a serpent 
vert. 

Astell, [Leicestershire,] gu. a lion passant 
g-uardant or, the field crusily of the second, on 
a canton ar. an eagle displayed sa. on the 
breast, on an escocheon gold, three bars az. 

ASTEN, or Ansten, ar. ou a fesse betw. two 
chev. sa. three crosses or. 

Astin. See AUSTIN. 

Aston, ar. a fesse sa. in chief three mascles of the 
second. 

Aston, ar. a chief undcc sa. 

Aston, [Suflolk,] az. a bend cottised, betw. six 
cross crosslets or. 

Aston, [Cornwall,] ar. a chev. engr. betw. three 
fleur-de-lis sa. 

Aston, [Ireland and Staffordshire,] ar. a fesse sa. 
in chief tlu-ee lozenges of the second. — Crest, 
a bull's head or, the horns ar. tipped sa. Sup- 
porters, two lloman knights completely armed, 
face, hands, and knees, ppr. 

Aston, ar. on a chief or, three lozenges sa. — 
Crest, a bull's head or, horned per fesse, sa. 
and ar. (Another crest , a rhapeau gu. turned 
up erm. on each side of the cap 's^iihin the 
erm. a honi pj)r.) 

Aston, [Staflbrdshirc, Aston, Lancashire, and of 
Cheshire,] per chev. sa. and ar. See Ashton.' 
— Crest, an ass's head, per pale, ar. and sa. 
(Another, the ass's head per chev. ar. and sa.) 

Aston, [Cheshire,] ar. a chev. betw. three mascles 
gu. 

Aston, az. cinquefoil i)ierced erm. 



A T C 

Aston, [Staffordshire,] or, on a chief iiz. a hoii 
passiint of the field. (Anolher, the field ar.) 

Aslon, az. a chief or, over all a lioii rauipaut of 
the second. (Anolher, the tail forked.) 

Aslon, ar. a chief az. over all a lion rampant g\i. 

Aston, the same, within a hordure Robonated, ar. 
and sa. chmged v,hh escallops counter-changed 

Aslon, [Gloucestershire,] gn. a lion rampant or, 
over all a bend vair. 

Aslon, [Enfield, IMiddlesex,] gu. a lion rampant ar. 
op])ressed v.itli a bend vair. 

Aslon, [Wiltshire,] az. a bend ar. cottised betw. 
six cross crosslets fitchee or. 

Aston, az. a bend ar. cottised or, betw. eight tre- 
foils of the third. 

Aston, [Northamptonshire,] sa. a saltier ar. 

Aston, or,* a chief az. 

Aslovuie, gu. three sea-urchius, or hedgehog-fish, 
in pale ar. 

ASTKRBY, [Lincolnshire,] ar. a saltier engr. sa. 

AsTHORi'. See Ashort. 

ASTLE, [Staffordsliire,] az. a cinquefoil erm. with- 
in a bordiire engr. of the second. 

ASTLKV, [Dorsetshire.] Same arms. 

AsTLOW, ar. a chev. betw. three owls az. 

ASTOREI.L, [Huntingdonshire,] ar. on a bend gu. 
three escallop shells or. 

AsTROliV, sa. a bend betw. sL\. stars or. 

ASTROLL, az. an astrolabe or. 

ASTRY, [Woodeud, Bedfordshire,] barry wavy 
of six ar. and az. on a chief gu. three bezants. 

Astri/, [Lincolnshire.] Tiie same. 

Astnj, [liuutingdoushire.] The same. (All de- 
scended from Sir Jlalpli Astry, Lord Mayor of 
London, in lite reign of King Henry Vll.) 

ASTWKLL, gu. a cross betw. four crosslets 
fitchee or. 

ASTWICKE, [Bedfordshire,] ar. tliree crosses bot- 
tonee sa. two and one. 

Astwicke, sa. a chev. engr. betw. tliree cross 
crosslets fitchee ar. (Another, tlie cross cross- 
lets or.) 

Astwicke, sa. a chev. engT. ar. 

Ataster, ar. on a chev. az. three acorns or. 

Atborough, sa. two swords in saltier ar. betw. 
four lleurs-de-lis or. 

Atciielay, or A.TCHLEY, [Loiidon,] gu. on a 
fesse engr. betw. three griffins' heads erased ar. 
as many crosses formee fitchee sa. 

Atciiele, gu. on a fesse betw. three griffins' 
heads erased or, as raiui}' crosses pattee fitchee sa. 

Atcheson, ai-. an eagle displayed with two heads 
sa. on a chief vert, two spur rowels or, withui a 
bordure invecked of the second. (Anolher, 
witii a cross staff in chief, betw. two spur-rowels.) 
—Crest, an astrolabe ppr. 



ATI! 



thrt 



Atcliff, or 

Arc LI FIE, ^sa.mreeseapyesppr. 

AtclyJJe, [Kent,] az. three quatrefoils or, slijipeJ 

vert. 
Alclyffc, az. three shovellers, two and one, ur. 
Atcomh, [Devon,] sa. three niarhons, sinister 

wings displayed ar. 
Atkmxila, or Atendelaw, [Italy,] az. a lion 

rampant or, supporting in his paw a body heart 

gu. (Anollier, the heart or.) 
Ateste, [Sir Richard,] gu. a crosslet enn. 
Ateield, per chev. erm. and sa. in chief two 

dolphuis of the second. 
Atfidd, per chev. ar. and sa. in chief two dolphin^ 

of the second. 
Atford, [Surrey and Yorkshire,] gu. three pears 

or, two and one, a chief of the second. (Ano- 
lher, six pears.) 
Atford, [Devon,] gu. a castle ar. crowned or, in 

the j)ort a cross formee jir. 
Atgroa'E, erm. on a chev. gu. tliree escallop shells 

Athael, [Sherborne,] sa. a chev. betw. three si- 
nister hands couped ar. 
Athalstane, [Lord of Somerset,] or, two lions 

passant az. enraged gu. 
Athelston, per saltier gu. and az. a cross flory or. 
Athelston, gyronny of four pieces, az. and gu. a 

cross patonce or. 
Athelston or Athilslon, ar. a saltier az. betw. four 

cross crosslets fitchee gu. 
Atiiell, [Scotland,] or, three palets sa. 
Alhell, or Aijle, [SuffoUc.] The same. 
AthcJl, ar. a lion rampant az. armed gu. charged 

on the shoulder with a crescent of the field. 

(Another, the crescent or.) 
Athell, or, a lion rampant az. armed gu. on the 

shoulder a crescent of the third. 
Athill, ar. a chev. sa. betw. three pears or. 
Alhol, [Earl,] paly of six or mid sa. 
Alhyll, ar. on a chev. sa. three pears or. 
Atherley, ar. on a bend betw. two hons' heads 

erased sa. three crosses formee or. — Crest, a 

lion's head erased sa. 
Ai'HERTON, [Lancashire,] ar. two bends within a 

bordure sa. 
Atherlon, gu. three hawks, belled and jessed or, 

two and one. 
Atherlon, or Atlerton, [Lancashire,] gu. three 

sparrow-hawks, ar. beaked, belled, and jessed, 

or. — Crest, a hawk ppr. legged and beaked, or. 

(Another crest, a swan az. ducally gorged and 

lined or.) 
Atherlon, [of Athertou, Yorkshire.] The same. 

/\jid for Crest, a derai swan ar. beaked gu. enfiled 

V, ith a ducal coronet or. 



A T K 

Athlowe, [Essex,] ar. on a cliev. az. three lions 
rampant or. 

Athowk, [Crysley, Norfolk,] sa. a rhev. betw. 
tl)rce carpenter's squares ar. — Crest, a hird ar. 
[Granted UjSG.] 

ArinVAT, az. a lion rampant ar. — Ci-est, on a 
■VTreath a horse'.s bead erni. issuing out of a])lumc 
of feathers gu. 

Atkins, [London,] nr. on a cross, bet-.r. four 
fleurs-de-lis sa. as many ar. 

Atkins, [Yelverton, Norfolk,] ar. on a chev. sa. 
three unicorns' heads erased of the first. — Crest, 
a demi tif^er erai. collared and lined or. 

Atkins, [Bristol and Somersetshire.] or, a cross 
qnarterlypierced flory and counter-tlory az. betw. 
four mullets sa. — Crest, on a wreath, t-\vo grey- 
hounds' heads endorsed, collar dove-tailed, per 
pale, or and az. counterchauged, erased gii. 

[ff/Y/H/ff/lT-lS.] 

Atkins, [Doctor of physic,] az. three barrulets 
ar. in chief as many bezauts. 

Atktjns, ar. a cross formee az. flory or, betw. four 
mullets of the second. — Crest, an arm emboved 
in armour ppr. lioldin,^ in the gauutlet a cross 
formee fitchee az. florv or. 

Alhjns, [Sir Robert, Knight of the Bath, Tot- 
teridge, Hertfordshire, and Sapertoo, Glouces- 
tersliire,] ar. a cross sa. a ti-essure of a half 
fleiu-de-lis betw. four mullets ])ierced of tlie se- 
cond. — Crest, two greyhounds' heads endorsed 
ar. and sa. collared and ringed counterchauged. 

Atkyns, ar. on a chev. sa. three unicorns' heads 
erased of the field. 

Atki/ns, [Sir Richard, Hertfordshire,] az. three 
bars ar. in chief as many bezants. — Crest, a 
stork ar. wings and tail sa. beaked and legged 
gii. preying on a dragon vert. 

Atki/ns, [Loudon,] ar. on a cross cottised flory sa. 
betw. four mullets az. pierced of the field, five 
mullets or. 

Aitkens, ar. a cross flory betw. four niidlcts az. — 
Crest, on a -wTeath a dexter arm. in armour 
cmbowed, in the hand ppr. a cross crosslet fitchee 
erect ar. 

Aitkin, ar. a chev. az. betw. two cocks in chief 
and a buckle in base, gu. 

Atkinson, [Stowell, Gloucestershire,] az. a 
cross patonce betv.-. four lions rampant ar. 

Atkinson, [Somersetshire,] az. a cross voided 
betw. four lions ram])ant or. — Crest, an eagle 
VTtli A\ings expanded ar. Ijeaked and legged gu. 

Atkinson, [London,] gu. an eagle displayed ar. 
on a chief or, a rose betw. two martlets az. 
— Crest, an eagle, wings expanded ar. beaked 
and legged gu. 

Atkinson, or Atchinson, [Newark and Yorkshire,] 



A T T 

erm. on a fess(> sa. three pheons ar. — Crest, a 

pheon or. 
Atkinson, sa. a cross flory ar. betw. four escallop 

shells or.- — Crest, a sea-lion sejant ar. holding in 
• the dexter pav,' an escallop shell or. [Granted 

by Ser/ar, l(;-24.] 
Atkinson, [Nottingiiam,] or, an eagle displayed 

gu. on a chief az. three bezants. — Crest, a demi 

eagle, v.ings displayed or, collared sa. 
Atkinson, [Yorkshire,] erm. a fesse betw. three 

pheons sa. 
Atkinstan, [Cambridge,] erm. a fesse betw. three 

martlets sa. 
Ati.ev, or Ati.kigh, gu. a cross crosslet erm. 
At lei/, ar. a fesse betw. three crescents sa. 
At ley, az. a lion rani'pant ar. armed and langued 

gu. 
Alley, or Atlee, [Sussex,] az. a lion rampant, ar. 

tail forked. 
Attf.levs, gu. a cross crosslet erm. 
Atloe, per pale indented sa. and ar. 
Allow, ar. a chev. betw. three carpenter's squares 

sa. 
Allow, [Dr.] ar. a chev. l>etw. three owls az. 
Atmohe, ar. two bars wri. betw . six martlets gu. 

three, two, and one. — Crest, a mermaid ppr. 

crined or, comb and mirror of the last. 
Attemore, ar. a fesse, per fesse daucettee gu. 

and sa. betw. tlrree mullets az. 
A TON, or, three covered cups gu. 
Atslev, or, on a fesse az. three lions rampant of 

the first. — Crest, a leopard's head erased or, 

spotted sa. and ducally gorged gold. 
Atslow, [Downham, Essex,] ar. on a fesse az. 

three lions rampant giiardant or. 
ATi^OE, or Atfoe, barry wavy of six pieces or 

and gu. 
Atsoe, barry v/avy of six pieces ar. and gu. tliree 

shrimps or. 
Atsoe, baiTuly or. and gu. three slirimps of the 
• second. (Another, the shrimps of the first.) 
Attelounije, ar. two chev. humettee sa. — Crest, 

a hound couthant gu;u'dant ar. 
Atterbury, paly of eight or and sa. a chief 

vair. 
Atteuton, gu. three sparrow -iiawks ar. jessed 

and belled or. 
Atton, or, a cross gu. 
Alton, or, a cross sa. 

Alton, gu. a cross patltie ar. . • '. 

Alton, gu. a cross bottonee ar. 
Alton, or Attune, [W'ostmorelaiui,] gu. a cross 

sarcelly or, flo\\ ered iu". 
Alton, gu. a cross formee tlory or. 
Alton, barry of six az. and or, on a canton gu. a 

cross j)atonce ar. (or archy ar.) 



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Alton, or, a bat volant gu. 

Alton, or, tsvo bars az. ou a cantou gai. a cross 

flory ar. 
ATTVNG■IIA^r, sa. a bend ar. 
Atwater, [Kent,] sa. a fesse voided az. betw. 

three swans ppr. f Another, tlie fesse wavy.) 
Atwater, barry \vavy of six ar. and gu. three cre- 
vices or, two and one. 
Atwater, barry ^vavy of six ar. and gu. three dol- 

piiins or. 
Atwater, enn. ou a rliief gu. three roses or. 
Atwater, vert, two lions sejant, with two bodies 

and one head, within a bordure engr. ar. 
Atuater, vert, alion giiardant, with two bodies and 

oue head or, witlii/i a bordure engr. ar. 
Axwr.LL, [Devou,] ar. three leopards' heads az. 
Atwell, [Devon,] ar. a pile in point sa. and chev. 

counterchanged. — Crest, a lion rampant eriui- 

nois, holding in the paws an annulet. [Patent, 

1G14.] 
Atwell, or Afwill, [Devon,] ar. a pile gu. over 

all a chev. az. within a bordure cugi-. or. 
Atwood, gu. a hou rampant ar.— Crest, ou a 

wreath, an antelojie's head ppr. 
Atwood, [Uromlield, Essex,] ar. ou a fesse ra- 

guly az. three lleui-s-de-lis or. — Crest, on a 

branch of a tree tnmked lying fesseways or, a 

fleur-de-lis ar. betw. two sprigo a ert. 
Atwood, [Gloucestershire,] gu. a lion rampant 

guardant ar. betw. eight acorns slipi?ed or. 
Atwood, gu. the field replenished with acorns or, 

a lion rampant ar. (Another, the field sa.) 
Atiuood, gu. a lion rampant erm. 
Ativood, gu. a liou rampant guiudaut ar. 
Aticood, ar. a lion rampant gu. 
Atxcood, ar. a wolf salient sa. 
Atv:ood, ar. a wolf salient sa. collared of the fiist, 

withiu a bordure of the second. 
Atiuood, ar. a wolf salient sa. within a bordure 

engr. of the second, charged with an cntoire of 

eight bezants. 
Atv:ood, ar. a wolf salient sa. betw. three tor- 

teauxes, %vithin a bordure of the second. 
Atwood, gyronny of .... pieces ar. and or, a 

wolf salient sa. 
Atwood, [Broughton, Salop,] gu. a lion rampant 

double queued ar. 
Atwood, ar. a greyhound skipping in bend sa. 
Atwood, erm. throe leopards' heads az. 
Atwortii, [Suffolk,] ar. a gTitliu segreant per 

fesse sa. and gu. 
A Iworth, ar. a grifiin segreant per fesse az. and 

sa. 
Aty, [Sir Arthur, Knt. Middlesex,] az. a bend 

betw. two lions or, langiied gu. 
Atije, or Attye, [Newington, 3Iiddlesex,] az. a 



AVE 

bend betw. two lions rampant or. — Crest, on a 

wreath, an ermine ppr. 
AvAN, [Wales,] erm. on a bend gu. an annulet. 

(Another, three ajmulets.) 
AvELK\ IS, [SulTolk,] ar. three inescocheons gu. 

two and one. 
AvELiN, or EvFXiN, [Long Ditton, Surrey,] az. 

a griiliu passant or, on a chief of the second, 

three mullets of the field. — Crest, a demi hind 

erm. vulned in the shoulder gu. [Granted 

lo72.] 
Aveline, [^\ indsor and Frogmore, Berks,] per 

pale az. and gii. three eagles displayed or. — 

Crest, a lion's head erased ar. holding in the 

mouth, paleways, a sword ar. hilt iind pomel or. 
AvEN, or Avery, [Gloucestershire,] gu. three 

chev. ar. 
AvENANT, [Worcestershire,] erm. on a pale gu. 

a cross pattee chequy ar. and sa. flory or, on a 

ciiief of the last a billet within a mascle betw. 

two escallop shells az. 
AvENAYNE, o/- AvENAR, gii. a fcsse betw. six 

annulets ar. 
AvENEL, or AvENETT, [Cambridge,] ar. a 

fesse betw. six aimulets gti. 
Averieil, or, on a fcsse gu. three cross crosslets of 

the first. 
Avcneli, [Gloucester,] ar. sLx annulets gu. 
AvENEY, or Avery, [Gloucestershire,] gu. 

three chev. ar. 
AvENON, [Lord Mayor of London, 1569,] erm. 

on a pale gu. a cross formee flory or, on a chief 

sa. a mascle of the third betw. two escallops ar. 
AvENSTEY, or Anstey, barrv oi sLx ar. and az. 

over all a bendlet gu. 
Avenslcij. The same, with a bendlet compony ar. 

and gu. 
Averall, or, three star-flowers ppr. 
Aver AN, ar. a quarter sa. 
AvERANCE, gu. ci-usily or, a bend of mascles 

erm. 
Averance, gu. five fusils in bend erm. betw. three 

cross crosslets or. 
AvERiNGE, ar. a cross gu. wifliin a bordure sa. 

(Another, the bordure engT.) 
AaeRiV, [Warwickshire,] or, on a chev. sa. betw. 

three boars' heads erased of the second, armed 

and langiied gu. a mullet ar. — Crest, on a wreath, 

a horse's head erm. 
A^ erthorp, sa. a cross flory or. 
vVvi'.RY, [Huwish, Somersetshire, and Enfield, 

Middlest^x,] gu. a fesse betw. three bezants. — 

Crest, two lion's gambs or, supporting a be- 
zant. 
Avery, [Haddon, Derbyshire,] ar. six annulets 

gu. three, two, and cue. 

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Avery, or Averey, [Tillin2;ly, W^arvickshire,] erin. 

on a pale engr. az. tliit-e lions' licads couped 

or. — Crest, a leopard coucliaiit ar. bezanlee, 

ducally gorged or. 

AvERNKSs, bendy of six ar. and gii. 

AuBEMARLF, gii. cnisily or, a bend lozengy 

erm. 
Auhemarle, gii. tliree fusils in bend erm. voided 

of the field, betw. six cross crosslets or. 
Auhemarle, gu. a beud lozengy betw. six cross 

crosslets or. 
AUKEMOND, or AuBKMUNDK, emi. a chief in- 
dented az. replenished v,'\t\\ fleurs-de-lis or. 
AuBEMONT, erm. on a pale az. tltree flem-s-de-lis 

or. 
AUBERMIN, az. a cliev. or. 

AUBERT, quarterly; first, or, tliree talbots' heads 
erased at the neck ppr.; second, paly of six ar. 
and az. a chief or; third, ar. on a chev. sa. 
three roses of the first ; fourth, ar. a hon ram- 
pant sa. dcbruised -with a fesse gu. all betw. 
• three mullets of sLx points az. — Crest, a talbot 
passant ppr. a broken collar betw. his fore legs, 
as if fallen from his neck, a liiie afiixed to the 
collar, and reflexing over his back, and passing 
betw. his hind legs, with a double bow at the 
end, all or. IMotto, " Fide et fortiludine." 
[Certified, at the Colleye of Anns, London, 
1779, to Alexander Anhe'rt, Esq.] 
AuBERV, Aubrey, and Arobrkv, [Hereford- 
shire,] gu. a fesse eugT. ar. 
Auhery, [Suffolk,] ar. a saltier az. betw. four 

gTiflius' heads erased gu. 
Aubcry, [Lord Mayor of London, 1339, 1340, 
and 1351,] or, a saltier az. betw. four griffins' 
heads erased gu. 
Auhrey, [Brecon,] az. a chev. betw. three eagles' 
beads erased or. (Another, the field sa.) — 
Crest, an eagle's head erased or. 
Auhrey, [Sir John, Knt. and Bart. Llanbutbried, 

Glamorganshire.] The same. 
Awhre, [Sufiolk,] ar. a saltier betw. four giiftius' 

heads erased sa. 
Awhrey, [Chadenwich and Burton, Wilts,] bendy 

of eight erm. and gu. 
Awhrey, az. a chev. betw. three eagles' heads 

erased or. — Crest, au eagle's head erased or. 
Awhrey, gu. a fesse engr. erm. 
Aubeyne. The same as Aubyn, St. 
Auhin. The same. 

Auhin, St. ar. on a cross gu. betw. four erm. 
spots, five bezants. — Crest, on a wreath, upon 
a rock, a Cornish chough ppr. 
Auhin, St. [Cornwall,] or, on a cross sa. five be- 
zants. — Crest, ou a rock ppr. au eagle rising 



A U D 

Auhyn, St. [Alfoxton, Somersetshire,] erm. on a 
bend sa. three plates. — Crest, a squirrel sejant 
erm. collared and lined or. 

AuBYGiN and Aubigin. The same as Aubig- 

NEY. 

Aiihiyncy, gii. a fesse engr. ar. Sec AWBIG- 

NKY. 

Aiihiynie. See Dawbeny, Awbene, and Aw- 

bi'gney. 
AuciiEK, [liounic, Kent,] erm. on a chief az. 

thi-ee lions rampant or. — Crest, a bull's head 

erased gu. 
Aucher, or Arher, [Sir Anthony, Knt. and Bart. 

Bishopsbournc, Kent,] erm. ou a chief az. 

three lions rampant or, armed and langued gu. 

(Another, three lious ar.) — Crest, a bull's head 

erased gu. 
Aucher, Auger, or Archer, [Bourne, Kent,] erm. 

ou a chief az. three lions rampant or. — Crest, 

a bull's head erased gu. attired or. See 

AWGER. 

AucHENLECK., ar. three bars sa. 

Auchenk'ck, ar. a cross counterembattled sa. 

AuciiMKNAN, ar. a chev. betw. two cinquefoils 
gu. and a saltier couped in base az. 

AuCHMOUTY, ar. a broken lance or spear in base, 
betw. two spur-rowels az. (Another, mart- 
lets.) 

Auchti;rlony, az. a lion rampant ar. 

Audeby, or Audebis, gu. on a bend ai'. t'uee 
martlets sa. 

Audehy, gu. ou a bend or, three birds sa. 

Andehy, gu. on a bend or, three mai'tlets sa. 

AUDENCULES, or, a fesse az. 

AuDLAY, gu. a fret or, \\ithin a bordure gobo- 
nied gu. and ar. 

Audley, [Waldon, Essex,] quarterly, per pale in- 
dented or and az. on a bend of the second, 
betw. two eagles displayed gold, a fret betw. 
two martlets of the last.— Crest, on a chapeau, 
gu. turned up erm. a wivern, with wing en- 
dorsed, quarterly or aud az. (Another crest, 
the wivcrn with wings endorsed ppr.) 

Audley, [Beerechurch, Essex,] or, ou a fesse az. 
betw. three conies' heads couped sa. three mart- 
lets ar. 

Audley, gu. a fret or. — Crest, a saracen's head 
couped ppr. wreathed about the temples ar. and 
purp. 
Audley, gu. a fret or, within a bordure counter 

compony ax. and vert. 
Audley, gu. a fret or, within a bordure ar. 
Audlcij, ar. six bears' paws erased in saltier, four 

in chief and two in base, sa. 
Audley, gu. on a chev. or, three martlets sa. 
Audley, or Audly, or, a fesse cottised, betw. three 



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martlet sa. [Granted by 
fret or, 



conies sa. — Crest, 
Camden, 1G08.] 

Audlei/, [Earl of Gloucester,] gii, 
within a bordure ar. 

Audley, [Lord of Ileleigh,] gu. a fret or. 

Andley, gu. a fret of eigiit or, a label az. 

Audeley, gu. frctty or. [I'/tis coat of aims iras 
borne by Sir James Audeley, son and Iieir of 
KicJiuIus Lord Audeley, one of the Knights 
Co7iipanions of the ilost Noble Order of the 
Garter to Ki'ny Edward III.] 

Audeley, gu. fretty or, a label of three points sa. 
(Another, the label az. another, the label ai-. 
each point charged -with a lion rampant az.) 

AuDESLEV, ar. two lions' pa>vs erased, and erect, 
iu saltier gii. 

AuDLYM. See Allym. 

AUDYM, [Dorchester,] ar. on a cross gu. five 
lioncels salient or, a midlet for difference gu. — 
Crest, a lion passant crowned or, bearing on his 
shoulders a pascal banner disvelloped ar. stall' and 
cross gu. [ The lion is borne by some rampant, 
per pale or aud ar. holding up the banner.] 

Audym, [Dorchester,] ar. on a cross gu. five lions 
rampant or. — Crest, a lion passant, his tail ex- 
tended or, bearing a banner ar. charged with a 
cross gu. 

AuDYN, ar. on a cross gu. five lions salient or. 

Aud ICE, ar. three hinds' ears gu. 

AuFFERTON, az. two chev. or. 

AUFFRICK, gu. three legs armed ppr. conjoined 
in the centre at the up]5er part of tlie thighs, 
(lexed in a triangle, garnished and spurred or. 
—Crest, two arms embowed and erect, in ar- 
mour, holding in their hands a gem ring, all ppr. 

AUFRONS.quiU-terly; first, vaire or aud gu. second, 
gu. -with an annulet or. 

AUGEK, OcER, or AWGER, ar. three boring au- 
gers sa. 

Augers, az. three siilanianders' heads erased or. 

AUGERWORME, vert, an auger ar. handle or, 
the shank entwined with an adder az. 

AUGHE, or AWGH, per chev. ar. and gu. three 
fleurs-de-lis counterchanged. 

AUGIITON, [HadUnglon, Lancashire,] sa. three 
garbs or. 

Auyhton, [Devonshire,] ar. a chev. engr.bctw. three 
tleurs-de-lis sa. 

AuKE, gu. t>^o bars ar. in chief three annulets of 
the last. 

AuKES, or, the head of an auk ppr. 

AuLD, ar. upon a mount vert, a tree pierced 
through in bend by a sword ppr. upon the point 
a crown. — CresI, upon a v\reatli, a lion's head 
erased. 

AULE, sa. three awls, points erect, ar. hafts or. 



three awls, points re- 



AULi.s, az. a chev. betv 

versed, ar. hafts or. 
AuLDKRSTON, [Scotland,] vert, on a chev. ar. 

three crescents sa. in the sinister chief a nudlet 

of the second. 
AUiMERLE, gu. a cross patonce vair. 
Aumirle, gu. a cross patonce ar. 
AuNCELL, erm. on a fesse gu. three cross cross- 
lets or. 
Aunccll, gu. a bend fusily ar. 
Aunccll, or, a bend gu. 
Avncell, [Cornwall,] gu. a saltier engr. ar. befsv. 

four bezants. 
Auncell, gu. five fusils in bend or. 
AuNDBY, ar three chev. and a fesse gu. 
AuNE, [Yorkshire,] gu. three bucks' heads ar. 
AuNGELL, o>- Angell, or, a fesse lozengy az. 

over all a bendlet gu. 
Aunger, enn. a griffin scgreant per fesse or and 

az. — Crest, an escarbuncle or. 
Annyer, or Anger, erm. on a chief az. three nias- 

cles ar. 
Aunger, erm. a griffin rampant sejant az. 
AuREiciiiER, or, in the dexter chief point a 

lion passant, in the sinister chief point and in 

base a cincpiefoil, all sa. 
AuRiOL, [London and Brussels, Flanders,] ar. 

on a moimt vert, a tree of the last, -nith two 

birds' nests, pendant by strings gu. 
AuSBORNE, sa. billettee or, a griffin segTeant of 

the last. 
Auscor, enn. a chev. gobony ar. and az. betw. 

tliree leopards' heads of the third. 
Austen, or, a chev. gii. betw. three lion's gambs 

erect, erased sa. armed of the second. — Crest, 

on a mural crown or, a stag sejant ar. attired 

gold. [Borne by George Austen, of Fairfield- 

Cottage, St. Peter, Thanet, Kent,' 1^23.] A 

subscriber. See Plate. 
Austen. The same arms and crest. [Borne by 

John Austell, Esrj. of TayweV, Goudhurst, 

Kent, 1823. These arms appear to have been 

granted to the family, by Camden, Clarencieux, 

AprU 20, 1603.] 
Austen, [Tenterden, Kent, and Guildford, Surrey,] 

az. a chev. betw. three birds or. 
Austen, gu. a saltier engr. erm. betw. four plates. 
Austen, [Norfolk,] az. achev.ar. 
Austen, [Norfolk,] az. a chcv.ar. betw. three birds 

or. 
Austen, ar. on a chev. gu. three lozenges or, each 

charged with a cross crosslet fitchee sa. 
Austen, ar. on a chev. gu. betw. three lion's gambs 

bendy and erased sa. three crescents or. 
Austen, ar. on a fesse betw. two cheveronels sa. 

tln-ee cross crosslets or. 

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Austin, g\\. a ciiev. en^. erm. betw. three ducal 

coronets or. — Crest, on a wreath, a pascal lamb 

ar. 
Austin, [Walpole, Norfolk,] gu. a chev. betw. 

three long crosses or. 
Auslon, gai. six stars, three, tv.o, and one, ar. 

within a bordurc indented or. 
Austijn, [Somersetsliire,] ar. on a chev. sa. betw. 

three lion's gambs bent and erased of the se- 
cond, three bezants. 
Austyn, i^T,. a chev. betw. three birds or, beaked 

and legged gu. 
Austyn, ar. on a fesse betw. two chev. sa. three 

cross crosslets or. 
AuSTiLL, ax. a saltier ragidy vert. 
AuSTREY, [Sommerton, llunliiigdoushire, and 

of Yorkshire,] haxvy wavy of six ar. and az. 

on a chief gn. tliree bezants. — Crest, an ostrich's 

head erased ar. betw. two ostrich's wings gu. in 

the bei^k a horse-slioc 

Austreii, [Hartington, Bedfordshire.] The same 

anns. — Crest, a demi ostrich ar. wings gu. 
AuTiNGiiAM, or Antixgham, sa. a bend ar. 
At;TRF.v, [Hants,] az. a fesse fusiiy ar. in chief 

a label of five points or. 
AUTREYN, [Sussex,] az. a fesse fusiiy ar. over 

all a bendlet gu. 
Awi!i:ne, gu. six lozenges ar. three escallops in 

chief or. 
AwiiiGNKY, sa. three helmets ar. 
AwJiMARLE, [Dorset,] gu. fi\e fusils in bend 

erm. betw. six cross crosslets or. 
AwXREY, [Oxon, and A^™dye, Devonshu-e,] ar. 

on a bend cottised az. three roses or. 
AwGER, or Acer, [Kent and Gloucestershire,] 

erm. on a chief az. a lion rampant ar. — Crest, a 

hull's head erased gu. attired ar. 
Awyer. See Auger and Augers. 
AwNSAM, ar. on a canton sa. a fleur-de-lis or. 
Aunsam, per chev. ar. and az. three fleurs-de-lis 

counterchanged. 
AwNSER, ar. three talbots' heads erased gu. 
Av/YS, ar. a chev. betw. three foxes' heads couped 

gu. (Another, erased.) 
AXALL, or AxEsoN, gu. three axes ar. 
AxTEi.L, az. three axes ar. handles or. 
AxTON, g-u. a fesse erm. 
Ayala, ar. two wolves passant sa. within a bor- 

dure gu. replenished with eight j)air of lions' 

gambs in saltier or. 
Ayala, [Spain,] ar. two wolves passant sa. within 

a bordure or, fretty gu. 
Ayde, or, a fesse counterembattled bet v.*. three 

leopards' heads az. 
Aykr, or Ayre, [Nottinghamshire,] gu. three 
doves close ar. beaked and membered or. 



Ayer, gu. three covered cups ar. 

Ayer, az. three larks or. 

Ayer. See A YRE. 

Ay ERST, ar. on a bend engr. az. a sun in chief 
or, and an eagle, -wings elevated, of the iield 
in bast-; in the sinister chief point a cross flury 
gu. 

Ay LAND, sa. on an inescocheon ar. a bend gu. 

Ayle, or, three palefs sa. 

Aylemer, Ayeener, or Aylmer, [Baron 
Aylmer, in Ireland,] ar. a cross sa. betw. lour 
sea-aylets of the second. — Crest, a sea-aylet, 
with wing displayed sa. iu a ducal coronet or. 
Su])pnrters, two mariners, the dexter holding a 
forstair, the sinister a lead line, idl ppr. Motto, 
" Steady." 

Aylemer, ar. on a cross engr. sa. five bezants 
betw. four sea-aylets withhi a bordure gobonated 
az. and purp. 

Aylemer, ar. a cross betw. four eaglets close gu. 

Aylemer, ar. a cross sa. betw. four daws ppr. 

Aylmer, [Essex, 1607,] ar. a cross betw. four 
sea-aylets sa. beaked and legged gu. — Crest, on 
a marquis's coronet or, an aylet's head erased 
sa. beaked gu. betw. two eagle's wings expand- 
ed or. 

Aylmer, ar. a fesse betw. three asses passant gu. 

Aylmer, [London,] or, on a ci-oss engr. betw. four 
martlets sa. five bezants witlun a bordure gobo- 
nated purp. and ar. 

Aylesbury, or Alesbury, [Warwickshire,] 
az. a cross ar. 

Aylett, [Brainlree, Essex,] az. a fesse embat- 
tled betw. three uuicorns' heads erased ar. crined 
and armed or. — Crest, a demi unicorn reguar- 
dant i\x. crined and armed or. 

Ayleward, [Norfolk,] per pale sa. and ar. two 
fleurs-de-lis in pale counterchanged.* 

Ayleward, sa. a chev. betw. three garbs or. 

Aylward, [Sufl"olk,] ar. on a saltier az. betw. four 
griflins' heads erased gu. a leopard's face and 
four lozenges or. 

Aylward, or Alward, [Sufl'olk,] ar. a saltier az. 
betw. four griffins' heads erased gu. 

Aylward, ar. on a cross az. a leopard's face betw. 
four lozenges or. 

AYEE^YAY, [Taunton, Gloucestershire,] az. a 
liou rampaut or, betw. three crosslets fitchee 
ar. 

Ayle\VORTII, sa. on a bend ar. three birds gu. 
on a chief or, thiee rehi-decrs' heads cabossed 
sa. 

Aylworth, [Kent, Devonshire, Gloucester,] ar. 
a fesse engr. betw. six billets gu. — Crest, an arm 
habited sa. issuing out of rays or, iu the hand 
ppr. a human skull ar. 



AYR 

Aylworlk, ar. on a fosse eiigr. g-u. a crescent of 

the first, hetw. six billets of tLe spcoiid. 
Ayhcorih, [Somersetshire,] ar. on a fesse enpj. 
cottised betw. six (or three) billets gu. tliree in- 
fants' heads, coiijied at the shoulder, ar. (or Jipr.) 
ciined or. — Crest, tlie same as Avlwortii, of 
Kent. 

Aybvorth, ar. a cliev. engr. hciw. six billets gu. 

Aylworth, [Essex,] az. a ilcur-de-lis or, betw. 
three liezanfs. 

Aylwortli, sa. a chev. betw. three garbs or. 

Aylford, gu. fretty erin. 

Aylford, gii. fretty or. 

Aylford, or Aynford, gu. a fret ongr. erni. 

AvLiFKE, [Loudon and Brinksv.orth,] ar. on a 
chev. engr. sa. betw. three stars gii. streaming 
on the dexter side downwards in bend or, as 
many bucks' faces of the field. — Crest, out of 
a ducal coronet or, itn oak tree ppr. frected 
or. 

Ayliffe, quarterly, gu. and sa. 

Ayloffe, [Sir William, Bart. Bnixted Magna, Es- 
sex, and Framfield, Sussex,] sa. a lion rampant 
collared gu. betw. three crosses formee or. — 
Crest, a demi ilon or, collared gu. 

Ayloffe, [SutTolk.] The same. 

Ayloffe, sa. a lion rampant guardant or, coll;u-ed 
gu. charged with three crosses of tlie second. 

Ayloffe, [Kent and Wiltshire,] quarterly gu. and 
sa. a lion rampant betw. threu crosses formee 
fitchee or, collared az. within a bordure pel- 
lettee. 

Ay LOFT, ar. a fesse betw. tliree hens sa. 

AvNCOTF.S, ar. tlu-ee covered cups az. on a chief 
g"u. a tower or, betw. two lions passant of the 
field. 

Ayncoils, ar. tluee covered cups az. a chief gu. 

AvNCOURT, ar. a fesse diuicettee betw. ten 
billets sa. in chief a label of three points gu. 

Ayncourt, az. billettee, a fesse dancettee or. 

AVNSCOUJIB, [Mayfield, Sussex, and Cowden, 
Kent,] ar. a chev. betw. three fleurs-de-lis sa. 
— Crest, an ai-m coupcd at the elbow and erect 
ppr. holding in the baud a fleur-de-lis sa. 

Aynscoitrt, ar. an imperial eagle displayed gu. 

Aynesfori), or Alford, gu. fretty erm. 

Aynesford, gu. fretty engT. erm. 

Aynesworth, [Lancashire,] gu. three battle- 
axes ar. 

Aynesirorth, az. tliree spades ai-. (Another, within 
a bordure or.) 

Aynsworth, sa. on a bend ar. three crescents of 
the field. 

Ayot, vert, on a cliev. ar. three pheons sa. 

Aype, erm. a bend gu. 

Ay RE, [Walton, Devon,] gu. on a bend betw. 



BAB 

six crosses formee fitchee ar. three mullets 

sa. 
Ayre, [Isle of Ely,] ar. on a chev. sa. three qua- 

trefoils or. 
Ayre, ar. a bend az. betw. two mullets gu. 
Ayre, [Nottinghamshire,] gu. three birds ar. mem- 

bered or. 
Ayrmin, [Lincolnshire,] ai'. a saltier engr. and a 

chief gu. . ■ 

Aysiiiskkton. See Ashhertox. 

Ayshcomh. SeeAsiicoMii. 

Ayshe. See Ache or Eche. 

A'iSiLDEY, ar. a lion ramiiaut gu. collared of tlie 

field, and charged on the shoulder with a nudiet 

az. 
Ayson, [Essex and London,] ar. a niuUet sa. in 

the dexter point a Ueur-de-lis gu. — Crest, out 

of a mural crown ar. a griffin's head gu. ducally 

gorged or. 
AytoV. See Aighton. 



B 



Baa, or Bao, [Bedfordsliire,] gu. a chev. betw. 

three mullets ar. (Another, the mullets with 

six points, pierced, ar.) 
Baa, [Bedfordshire,] gu. a chev. betw. three 

plates. 
Baaii, [Devon.] Same anus. 
Baah, gu. a chev. betw. three annulet'^ "<■. 
Baa re, or Bare, gu. three lions ar. 
Babastree, az. four fusils in ptile or. 
Babeham, or Babehaw, [London,] sa. on a 

chev, betw. three wings ar. as many torteauxes, 

each charged with a plieon or. 
Babeham, sa. on a chev. or, betw. three wings, 

ar. as many torteauxes, each charged m ith an 

eagle's liead or. 
Babelake, ar. on a chev. betw. three cross 

crosslets fitchee az. five ainiidets of the first. 

(Another, bezants.) 
Babepull, az. a chev. betw. three (another, 

ten) cross crosslets or. _ j 

Barer, [Somersetshire and Oxford,] ar. on a " i 

cliev. sa. betw. three ogresses, each charged 

with a martlet of the first, as many mascles 

or. 
Baher, [Somersetshire,] ar. on a fesse gu. three 

hawks' heads erased of the first. — Crest, on a 

mount vert, a cock, with wing expanded, ar. 

comb, wattles, and legs, gu. 
Baher, [Middlesex.] The same. 



BAG 

Babington, ar. on a chcv. sa. betw. three 

ogresses, as many roses of the field. 
Jiahington, [Dethickin, Oxfordshire, and Derby- 
shire,] ar. fen (orteauxes, fonr, three, two, and 

one, in chief a hibel of three points az. — Crest, 

a demi bat displayed frii. also, a dragon's head 

betw. two drajjon's wings, out of the mouth a 

scroll. 
Babiiit/loii, [Lodley, Leicestershire, Dorsetshire, 

and Staffordshire,] ar. ten torteauxes, four, three, 

two, and one. 
Babiiif/fon, gn. ten plates ar. C Another, with a 

label or.) 
Bahhingtoit, goi. three bezants. 
Ralhington, gu. three plates. 
Babthorp, ar. on a chcv. sa. five fleurs-de-lis of 

the field. 
Bahtltorp, [Yorkshire,] sa. a chev. betw. three 

crescents erm. 
Bahlhorj), [Yorkshire,] sa. a chev. or, betw. 

three crescents erm. — Crest, a cockatrice's 

head erased ar. beaked, combed, and wattled, 

or. 
BahtJiorp, sa. a chev. tu^g. betw. three crescents 

erm. 
BahtJiorp, [Yorkshire,] sa. a chev. or, betw. three 

crescents ar. 
Bahlliorj), sa. a chev. betw. three crescents ar. 
Babthorp, gu. a fret ar. 
Babwkll, [Middlesex,] paly of six ar. and az. 

over all an eagle displayed sa. armed or. 

(Another, adds a bend gu.) 
Bacey, g-u. a chev. ar. bet-w. fnree plates. 
Bacij. Same betv\\ three ])ezants. 
Baciiei.er, [Berks,] or, a fesse betw. three 

dragons' heads couped sa. — Crest, a dragon's 

head erased or, vulned in the neck gu. [1G06.] 
Bacheler, ar. a bend betw. three wings &z.( Another, 

sa.) 
Baciier, gu. two beudlcts, the one or, tlie other 

ar. 
Back, ar. gm eagle reonrsant, wings, overture, 

sa. 
Backcombe, [Devon,] ar. three bats displayed 

sa. 
Backhouse, [Loudon and Cumberland,] per 

saltier or and az. a saltier erm. — Crest, on a 

WTcatli, upon a snake embowed, nowed at the 

tail, an eagle displayed. [^Borne by the Bev. 

J. Barnes Backhouse, Rector of Upper Deal, 

Kent, 1823.] 
Backhouse, [Swallowfield, Berks,] or, a saltier 

erm. 
Backhur.ST, az. a saltier erm. 
Backii:, ar. on a chev. gn. accom])anied v^ith 

three flames of fire, a liou rampant betw. two 



BAG 

stars of the field. — Crest, a flame of fire 
ppr. 

Backs, [Trumpington, Cambridgeshire,] erm. on 
a bend gu. three eagles displayed or. 

Backwele, [Middlesex,] paly of six ar. andaz. 
on a chief gu. a lion passant or. 

Backwell, [London,] ar. on a chev. sa. three 
covered cups or. — Crest, out of a mural crown 
or, a demi bull sa. 

Bacon, [Gillingham, Norfolk, and E.edgrave. 
Suffolk,] gu. on a chief ar. two mullets sa. — 
Crest, a boar passant erm. armed and hoofed 
or. 

Bacon, [Lounde, in Loviugland, Suffolk.] The 
same. 

Bacon, [Hcsset, Norfolk,] ar. on a fesse engr. 
gu. betw. three escocheons of the second, as 
many mullets ar. pierced sa.^ Crest, a talbot"s 
head sa, erased gu. holding in the mouth a deer's 
leg or. 

Bacon, [Yorkshire,] gu. on a cliief ar. two mul- 
lets with six points sa. pierced or. 

Bacon, gu. on a chev. ar. two mullets sa. 

Bacon, [Suffolk,] gu. three trefoils pierced ar. 

Bacon, [Suffolk,] ar. a fesse engT. betw. three 
escocheons gu. charged with as many mullets 
or. 

Bacon, [Suffolk,] az. on a fesse betw. three fleurs- 
de-lis or, as many griffins" heads erased of the 
field. 

Bacon, gu. tliree cinquefoils pierced ar. f Another, 
erm.) 

Bacon, [Harlston, Norfolk,] ar. a fleur-de-lis 
betw. three boars passant or. — Crest, a demi 
boar erect or, armed and bristled az. 

Bacon, [Norfolk,] az. three boars passant or. 

Bacon, [Hants,] az. three boars passant ar. 

Bacon, az. three boars' heads or. 

Bacon, gu. a cross engr. erm. on a chief vert, two 
mullets or. 

Bacon, gu. three escocheons ar. 

Bacon, [Twyhouse, Somersetshire,] ar. a fesse 
betw. three round buckles gu. — Crest, a grey- 
hound's head erased sa. holding in tlie mouth a 
stag's foot or. 

Bacon, erm. a v^ild boar passant az. bristled, 
armed, and unguled, or, langued gu. on a 
chief of the third, two nudlets of the fourth. — 
Crest, a demi wild boar rampant reguardant az. 
bristled, anned, and unguled, or, langued gu. 
holding in the mouth a tilting spear iir. stricken 
in the shoulder, and vulned ppr. [Granted to 
John Bacon, of Keu-loii Cap, Durham, and 
Stewart Pile, Northumberland, 1752.] 

Bacontiiorp, az. three peacocks' heads erased 



I" 



••. lA^WiK ) IF' 



BAD 

Bacontlwrj^e , az. tliree griffins' heads erased or. 

Jiaconthorpc, ar. a cross engr. gu. 

Bacot, erin. ou a bend gii. three eagles displayed 

or. 
Bacwort, or, on a saltier engr. sa. a mullet 

ar. 
Baduv, ar. a saltier engr. sa. betw. three rooks 

Badhij, ai'. a saltier engr. gu. betw. four c^o^vs 

PI""- 
Badhy, [London, 13S3,] ar. a saltier betw. four 

rooks sa. 
Badby, [Xortb-Okende, Passes,] sa. a chev. eugr. 

crm. betw. three swans ar. 
Badhy, [Suffolk,] sa. a chev. engr. betw. three 

swans ar. 
Badcock, [Essex, and Kensington, Jliddlesex,] 

sa. on a pale ar. three cocks gu. 
Badcock, [St. Wiuow, Cornwall,] sa. a fesse betw. 

three cocks ar. 
Badcock, ai-. two bars iu chief, three cocks gu. 
B.VDD, [Canies-Oysells, Hants,] ar. five fleuns- 

de-lis in saltier sa. 
Badd, [Fareham, Hants,] ar. five fleurs-de-lis az. 

— Crest, a lion's head guardant, erased ar. du- 

cally crowned az. [Heralds' Office, Hants, C. 

29.] 
Badd, az. five fleurs-de-lis in saltier ar. [Granted 

by Sir William Segar, January 2, 1G26.] 
Bad, quarterly first and fourth az. a gaily ar. second 

and thiid or, a crescent sa. 
Baddiford, [Dartmouth, Devon,] erm. on a 

bend flory coiuiter-flory sa. tliree eagles displayed 

or. — Crest, an eagle's head or, crowned with a 

coronet flory sa. betw. two branches of lilies 

ar. stalked and leaved vert. 
Baddington, gu. tlu-ee bezants. 
Badel, ar. a chev. engr. betw, three escallops 

ai-. 
Badelismere, or Badlismere, ai-. a fesse 

and canton gu. 
Badelismere, or Badiskwe, [Yorksliire,] ai'. a 

fesse betw. two bars gemelles gii. (Another, 

adds a label of three points az.) 
Badewe, ar. on a bend cottised sa. thi-ee eagles 

of the field. (Anoilier, the eagles or.) 
Badford, or Badishford, [Kent,] az. three 

eagles displayed in bend betw. two cottiscs 

ar. 
' Badger, orBACEHOTT, [Cambridgeshire, Glou- 
cestershire, and Leicestershire,] erm. on a bend 
gu. three eagles or. — Crest, a buck's head ca- 

bossed sa. bi:tw. the attires a greyhound ciineut 

ar. collared gu, 
Bauham, or, ou a cross gu. five mullets of the 

first. 



BAG 

Badlowe, per chev. erm. and sa. two greyhouncN 

iri full course, within a bordure of France. 
Badstone, ar. thi-ee bats' wings displayed sa. 
Badtiiorve, gu. a fret ar. a canton" w-ith the 

arms of Brecknock. 
Bauye, ar. (another, or,) a bend az. 
Badzenock, or, three lions' heads erased gu. 

[Quartered by the Duke of Gordon.'] 
Baett, or Batt, sa. a fesse betv,-. three hands 

erect or. 
Bafford, [Yorkshire,] ar. a saltier sa. (Another, 

adds a label of three points gu.) 
Bafford, [Notts,] sa. three dancing bears or, a 

bordure ar. 
Bafford, sa. three dancing bears or. 
Bag A ret, erm. on a bend gu. tliree escallop 

shells or. 
Bag EC R OFT, m. a fesse gu. bcfw. three eagles 

displayed sa. 
Bagccroft, [Norfolk,] ar. a lion sa. tail forked. 
Bagecroft, [Bexweli, Norfolk,] ar. a lion ram- 
pant sa. armed or. 
Bageley, or Bag LEY, or, three lozenges az. 
Bageley, ar. three fusils az. 
Bagenald, sa. a leopard's face betw. eight 

martlets m orle or. 
Bagesover, [Shropshire,] gu. a fesse betw. tluee 

birds ar. 
Baget and Bager, [Canibridgesliire.] See 

Badger. 
Bagge, [Plymouth, Devon,] lozengy gu. and ar. 

on a chief or, three cinquefoils az. [Granted, 

by Sir William Camden, Clarencieux , April, 

1606, to Bagge, Esq.] 

Bagimi.\uld, or, three bars erm. a lion rampant 

az. 
Bagley, ar. on a fesse betw. three martlets gu. 

as many plates. 
Bagnall, vert, three bars erm. a lion rampant 

Bagnall, [Kent,] barry of six or and sa. (another, 
erm.) over all a liou rampant az'. — Crest, a 
dragon's head erased gu. gorged -with two bars 
or. 

Bagnall, barry of four erm. and or, over all a lion 
rampant az. 

Bagnall, [Staflbrdshire and Wales,] erm. two 
bars or, over all a hon rampant az. — Crest, an 
antelope sejant ar. billettee sa. ducally gorged, 
lined, armed, and tufted, or. 

Bagnall, [Staflbrdshire,] sa, an inescocheon erm. 
charged with a lion's head erased vert, ■within 
an orle of eight martlets or. 

Bagnall, sa. an inescocheon within an orle of mart- 
lets or. 

Bagnall, [Staflbrdshire,] sa. an inescocheon erm. 



B A I 

cliarged -w-ith a leopard's face, "w-itliin an orle of 

martlets or. 
BctfjiioU, erm. an inescocbcon sa. charged with a 

leop;ird's face ar. 
15a GNE, or Bagl E, sa. a saltier or, betw. four 

fleurs-de-lis ar. 
Bagot, [Blithfieia, SfafTordshire,] erm. two 

chev. az. — -Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a 

goat's head ar. attired gold. 
Bagot, [Staffordshiie,] ar. two chev. az. 
Bacjot, [Bagots-Bramley, Staflbrdsliire,] ar. a 

chev. g-u. (aiwilier, sa.) betw. three martlets sa. 
Bagot, or, on a cross gu. five escallops ar. 
Bagot, erin. on a bend gu. three spread eagles or. 
Bacot. The same. 
Bagot, [Dublin,] ar. on a chev. g-xi. betw. three 

martlets sa. as many mullets or. — Crest, out of 

a ducal coronet, or, a goat's head erm. attired 

gold. [Certified March 6, 1GS9.] 
Bag SHAW, [South Okcuden, Essex,] or, a 

bugle horn vert, stringed gu. betw. three roses 

of the same, barbed and seeded ppr.— Crest, a 

bugle horn or. 
Bagshaiv, [London,] or, a bugle horn sa. stringed 

vert, betw. three roses gu. baibed and seeded 

ppr. 
Bagshaw, [Dekuldge, Derbjsliire,] ar. a bugle 

horn sa. betw. three roses gu. pierced or. — 

Crest, au arm, conped at the elbow, and erect 

ppr. grasping a bugle horn sa. stringed vert. 
Bagshaw, ar. a bugle horn sa. stringed vert. 
Bagshaw, ar. a bugle horn sa. stringed vert. betw. 

tliree cinquefoils gu. 
Bag^'v AY, ar. three escocheous voided gu. 
Bagway, ar. t^'o orles in fesse gu . 
Bagworth, ar. a chev. ermines, betw, three 

boars' heads couped sa. 
Bagicorth, ar. a chev. gu. within a bordure engr. 

sa. 
Bahon, az. a bend ar. cottised or. 
Bahon, gu. a bend cottised or. 
Baiggexdens, or, on a pile sa. three estoiles of 

the field. 
Baildon, [Yorkshire,] ar. a fesse betw. three 

fleurs-de-lis sa. 
Bailey-. See Bayley. 
Bailikfe. See Bayliff. 

BaINARU. SeeBAYNARD. 

Bainbrigg, or BAMJiRiUGE, [Leicestershire,] 

ar. a chev. embattled betw. three battle-axes sa. 

— Crest, on a mount vert, a goat sa. collared 

ar. 
Baijnhridgc, az. two halberts in pale or. 
Bai/nlridge, ar. on a bend gu. three crosses forniec 

of the field 
Baynhridge, [Buckeridge,] or, two pellets betw. 



B A K 

five cross crosslets fitchee, in saltier, sa. — 
Crest, a dexter arm erect, couped at the elbow, 
habited per pale indented, az. and vert, charged 
with three bars erminois, holding in the gauntlet 
ppr. a cross crosslet fitchee sa. [Granted to 
Henry Baynhridge, Buckeridge, of Grand 
Chester, Cambridgeshire, 17:38."] 

Baink. SeeBAYNE. 

Baird, [Scotland,] gu. aboar passant or. — Crest, 
a griflin's head erased ppr. 

Baird, [Scotland,] gu. a sanglier passant or, a 
canton erm. charged with a sword paleways ppr, 
— Crest, a boar's head erased or. 

Baird, [Sir Robert.] The same, Anth a crescent 
surmounting the sword. 

Bakehowse, [London.] See Backhouse. 

Bakelworth, az. three eagles displayed or. 

Bakepuce, or Bakepvre, az. a fesse vaire 
or and gu. betw. six cross crosslets of the se- 
cond. 

Bakepuce, [Rutlandshire,] gu. two bars ar. in 
chief, three horse-shoes of the second. 

Bakepuce. The same, with the horse-shoes or. 

Baker, [Exeter,] erm. on a fesse super-en- 
grailed sa. three fleurs-de-lis or. 

Baker, [Lincoln, and Smaliborough, Norfolk,] 
lozengy or and az. on a chief gu. three lions 
rampant or. — Crest, a demi unicorn erased ar. 
armed and maned or. 

Baker, ar. on a fesse engr. sa. fimbriated or, 
betw. two greyhounds current of the second, 
three fleurs-de-lis of the third. — Crest, a grey- 
bound's head erased ar. gorged with a fesse 
engr. sa. fimbriated or, charged with tlu-ee 
fleurs-de-lis of the last. 

Baker, [London,] ar. on a fesse betw. three tre- 
foils az. as many swans' heads erased ppr. 

Baker, [Sisinghurst, Kent,] az. three swans' 
heads erased ar. beaked gu. — Crest, a naked 
dexter arm ppr. holding a swan's head erased 
ar. beaked gu. 

Baker, [Wells, Somersetshire,] ar. on a fesse 
gu. three falcons' heads erased of the field. 

Baker, [Mayfield, Sussex,] ar. a tower betw. 
three keys erect sa. — Crest, on a tower sa. au 
arm embowed in mail ppr. holding iu the hand 
a piece of pia<e iron az. 

Baker, [Sussex and Kent,] ar. a tower, betw. 
tliree keys erect az.— Crest, a musk-rose-branch, 
with buds, &c. all ppr. (Another, the roses 
OT. seeded or.) 

Baker, [Radnorshire,] ar. on a fesse sa, three 
escallop shells of the first, in chief nine ears of 
wheat, in three bunches, tv/o salticrways, and 
one in pale gu, in base, three swans' heads 
erased gu. ducaliy gorged or. — Crest, a hawk's 



BAR 

liead ar. betw. two wings gu. holding iuliisbeak 
three ears of vhcat of tlie last. 

Baker, [Kent,] az. a fessc or, betw. tliree swans' 
Iieads erased, and ducally gorged, of the second, 
charged ■nilh as m'any cinquelblls gu. — Crest, an 
arm embowed, lu'.bited with green leaves, in 
the hand ])pr. a sw au's head erased or. 

Baker, [Northumberland,] ar. three bears' heads 
erased sa. muzzled or, in chief three tor- 
teauxcs. 

Baker, [Walton, Norfolk,] or, on a fesse cngr. 
betw. three cinquefoils sa. as many swans' heads 
erased of the first. — Crest, on a chapeau az. 
turned up erm. a stag's head cabossed or. 

Baker, [Shrewsbury,] sa. a grifliu segreaut erm. 
ducally gorged or, beaked and membercd gu. 
(Another bears the griffin reguardant.) — Crest, 
out of a ducal coronet, an embowed dexter 
arm, vested or, and gauntlet of the same, hold- 
ing a broken tilting-spear in bend or, without 
bur or vampiate, enfiled vnth a garland vert. 

Baker, [Chester,] sa. a griffin segreant erm. 
armed or. — Crest, the same as Baker, of 
Shrewsbury, only the tilting sjjcar entire, and 
on the shaft a ring or. 

Baker, [London and Worcestershire,] or, a grey- 
hound in full course, betw. two bars sa. — Crest, 
a cockatrice erm. combed and wattled gu. 

Baker, [Monck-\\ick, Essex,] barry of ten or and 
sa. a bend gu. 

Baker, [Callis,] ar. on a fesse nebulee sa. a tower 
triple-towered of the first, bet\\ . three keys of 
the second. 

Baker, [London,] ar. a saltier sa. ou a chief of the 
second, five escallop shells erm. three and two. 
— Crest, on a mount vert, a tower ar. betw. 
two laurel-branches ])pr. [Granted 1702.] 

Baker, [alias Lhijd, Terington, Norfolk,] or, on 
a fesse wavy az. betw. three escallops sa. as 
many birds ar. 

Baker, [London and Worcestershire,] erm. a fesse 
engT. betw. three horses' heads couped sa. — ■ 
Crest, a hand issuing out of the clouds pjir. 
holding a cross Calvary sa. over it this motto, on 
a scroll, " Nemo sine cruce heatus.'' 

Baker, gu. on a cross pattee or, five annulets 
sa. 

Baker, gu. a goat passant ar. attired or. 

Baker, [London,] ar. on a saltier engT. sa. five 
escallops of the first, a cliief of the second, 
charged with a lion passant ar. 

Baker, erm. on a chief vert, two boars' heads 
couped or.— Crest, a boar's head couped or. 

Bakktt, ar. on a chev. betw. three mulletssa.au 
eagle displayed or. 

Bakislev, ar, three cross crosslets fitchee sa. 



B A L 

Baksteu. See Baxter. 

Bala.m. [Walstoken, Marshland, Bewford-IIall, 
Norfolk, and Barton, Suti'olk,] sa. ou a fesse, 
betw. three cstoiles ar. as many pellets. — Crest, 
out of a coronet or, a demi cock gu. wings 
displayed, combed and WLitUed or. (Anoiher 
crest, a linn's head erased gu. colUired and lined 
or, charged on the neck with a cinquefoil ar.) 

Balcaskii:, -vert, on a chev. ar. three trefoils, 
slipped, of the field. 

Baldbekny, or Balbihnv, [Scotkmd,] vert, 
a bar counter-componee ar. and az. betw. three 
cuirasses (i. e. breast-plates) of the second, on 
a chief ai-. as many buckles of the third. 

Balden, [Elsington, Norfolk,] per fesse indented 
gu. and vert, three swans close ar. beaked 
or. 

Balden, ar. a cross betsv. four martlets vert. 

Baldero, or Baldew, per pale or and az. a 
saltier cuunterchanged. 

Balderston, [Lancashire,] ar. a Hon rampant 
purp. 

Balderston, [Scotkmd,] ar. ou a cross betw. 
four cross crosslets fitchee sa. a mascle or. 

Balderston, i\x. a cross sa. with two cross crosslets 
fitchee of the last in the two upper cantons. 
f Another, the crosses charged ^\ith a mascle 
or.) 

Baldeston, [Lancashire,] ar. a mascle sa. betw. 
three ogresses. 

Baldington, ar. on a chev. sa. an ogress betw. 
two roses of the field. 

Baldinylon, ar. ou a chev. sa. betw. three pellets, 
three roses of the field. 

Baldock, [Kent,] quarterly erminois and erm. 
an eagle displayed, with two heads sa. on a chief, 
engr. az. three escallops or. — Crest, on a wreath, 
\q5ou a mount vert, a greyhound sejant, the 
dexter ))aw resting upon an escallop ar. [Borne 
hxf William Jlenry Baldock, Esq. of Pelham, 
Kent, 1823.] 

Baldock, [Couleston, Norfolk,] cbeqiiy or and gu. 
on a fesse az. three escallop shells ar. 

Baldrey, sa. a chev. engr. betw. three griffins 
segreaut erm. as many martlets gu. 

Baldry, [London,] sa. two chev. or, betw. three 
luurllets gu. 

Baldry, [Sir Thomas, Lord JMayor of London, 
1523,] sa. on a chev. engr. betw. tluee demi 
grillins couped or, as many martlets gu. 

Baldkick, per pale ar. and az. a saltier counter- 
chmiged. 

Balijrington, ar. a lion rampant gu. 

Baldwin, [Kent,] gu. a griltin segreant or.— 
Crest, on a wreath, a lion r;imi)iuit az. holding 
in the paws a cross crosslet fitchee or. [Borne 

C G 3 



B A L 

ly William Balchvin, Esq. of Stede-Hill, Har- 
riefsham, Ken!, 1823.] A Subscriber, seo 
Plate of Anns. 

Baldwin, [Saloii,] per pale ar. and sa. a lion rain- 
paiif couiitcrchaiifvecl. 

Baldwin, ar. six oak-!eaves, in three pairs, two in 
chief and one in base, vert, stalks sa. their 
points downwards. — Crest, a squiiTcl sejant 
or. 

Baldwin, [Didlebery, Salop, and Warwickshire,] 
ar. a saltier sa.^ — Crest, on a mount vert, a 
cockatrice ar. wattled, combed, and beaked, or, 
ducally gorged and lined of the last. 

Baldwin, ar. a chev. ermines betw. three hazle- 
sprigs vert. — Crest, a squirrel sejant or, hoklinj,- 
a hazle-sprig- vert. 

Baldwin, [Huntingdon,] per pale az. and or, 
a fleur-de-lis betw. three crescents counter- 
changed. 

Baldwin, ar. a chev. ermines betw. three oaken 
branches ppr. [Granted, hij Bi/she, Clarenceux, 
1662, io Edward Baldwin, of V/ilton-Bcacons- 
field, Bucks.] 

Bale, ar. three torteauxcs in fesse. 

Bale, [Carleton-Curlew, I.,eicestershlre,] per 
pale vert and gu. an eagle displayed ar. — Crest, 
a deml lion gu. sustaining a broken spear 
or. 

Bale, ar. two bars gu. in chief as many mullets 
pierced sa. 

Bales, [Wilby, Suftolk,] or, a lion passant betw. 
three crosses formee sa. — Crest, on a mount 
vert, a lion sejant erm. (Anotlier crest, a 
tiger's head erased sa. armed or, gorged with a 
fesse wavy az.) 

Bales, [Norton, Northamptonshire,] gii. a fesse 
betw. three crosses pattee, Jitchee in the feet, 
or, a crescent for difference. — Crest, a lion se- 
jant gu. laying Ids paw on a cross pattee, fitchee 
in the foot, or. 

Bailies, or, a fesse wavy az. betw. two lions pas- 
sant giiardant sa. [Granted, hy Flower, Nor- 
roy, 1578, to Brian Bailies, Esq. of Yorlc- 
shire.'] 

Balesjiori:, az. a lion rampant within a boidure 
or. 

Baleton, ar. a fesse betw. three fleurs-de-lis 
sa. 

Balfour, ar. on a chev. enr^-. sa. betn'. three 
mullets gu. an otter's head erased ar. — Crest, a 
mermaid, holding in her dexter hand an otter's 
head erased all ppr. [Certified, at the Heralds 
Office, London, May, 1770, to NesLit Balfour, 
Esq.] 

Balfour, [Lord of Burleigh,] ar. on a chev. sa. 
an otter's head erased of the first. 



B A L 

Balfour, ar. on a chev. sa. an otter's head erased 

of the first, and a mullet in base gu. — Crest, an 

otter's head. — Sujjporters, two women in rich 

ajiparel. 
Balfour, ar. a chev. betw. three otters' heads 

erased sa. 
Balfour, ar. a chev. sa. charged with an otter's 

head erased of the field, and in base a rose 

gu. 
Balfour. The same. — Crest, a castle ar. on the 

enibattlonient, a woman, attired, gu. holding an 

otter's head. 
Balfour, or, on a chev. sa. accom})anied with 

three cinquefoils vert, an otter's head erased of 

the field. 
Balfour, or, on a chev. sa. betw. two trefoils in 

chief vert, and a lion ranijjant in base gu. an 

otter's head erased ar. — Crest, an eagle rising 

ppr. 
Balfour, or, a chev. sa. betw. tw o trefoils in chief, 

and a garb in base, vert, banded or.^ — Crest, a 

crescent 

Balfour, vert, on a chev. ai'. accompanied v.ith 

three crescents or, an otter's head erased sa. 
Balfour, gu. on a chev. or, betw. tv,o otters' 
- heads in chief, and a fieur-de-lis in base of the 

second, an otter's head erased of the first. 
Balfour, sa. a chev. or, charged with an otter's 

head erased of the first, in chief a label of three 

points gu. 
Balfour, sa. on a chev. ar. betw. three roses of 

the second, an otter's head erased of the first. 
Balfour, ar. on a chev. engr. betw. three mullets 

sa. a selch's head erased of the first. — Crest, a 

pabn-tree ppr. 
Balgoill, [Lord Erdeswick, temp. \Y. Conq.] 

erm. an inescocheou gu. 
Balkesham, gu. three plates. 
Ball, [Scotto, Norfolk,] ar. a lion passant sa. 

— Crest, a demi lion ramjiant guardant sa. 
Ball, [Lincoln's Inn, London,] az. on a cross, 

pierced of the field, or, four gallthraps of the 

first. — Crest, a g;allthrap az. the upward point 

bloody. 
Ball, [Northampton,] ar. a lion passant sa. on a 

chief of the second, three mullets of the first. 

— Crest, out of clouds ppr. a demi lion rampant 

sa. powdered v,ith csloiles ar. holding a globe or. 

[Granted IGIS.] 
Ball, or Bade, or, a fesse wavy az. betw. two 

lions passant giiardant sa. 
Ball, ar. a chev. betw. three fire-balls sa. fired ppr. 

— Crest, an arm erect or, in the hand a lire- 
ball all ppr. 
Ball, [Devon,] gu. a chev. ar. betw. three fire- 
balls ppr. 



B A L 

Ball, [Cheshire,] ar. a lion rampant sa. holdiag 
in the dexter paw a fire-ball ppr. — Crest, out of 
a ducal coronet, a hand and arm embowed, in 
mail, grasping a fire-bull, all ppr. 

Ball, [Lancashire,] gu. a leg, in pale, coup'ed at 
the middle of the thigh, in chief, and erased at 
the ankle ar. pierced through the calf with a 
coulter of a plough, crooked at the point, ar. — 
Crest, a turtle-dove ppr. 

Ballc, [Devon,] ar. on a chev. sa. betw. three 
pellets, an eagle displayed a.r. 

l^ALLANCE, az. a pair oi' scales or. 

Eallard, sa. agriffiu segreant crm. armed and 
gorged wifli a crown or. (Anotlicr, witiiout the 
crown.) —Crest, a demi griffin, A\ith v.ings en- 
dorsed erm. beaked and legged or. 

Ballard, or Ballord, [Herefordshire, 1557,] sa. 
a gTiffin passant erm. ducally gorged or. — Crest, 
a demi griffin erm. supporting a broken tiltiug- 
spear ppr. 

Ballard, vert, a mullet or, betw. three trefoils ar. 

Ballknden, gu. a buck's head couped or. 

Ballenden, gu. a hart's head couped betw. three 
cross crosslets fitchee, all within a double Ires- 
sure flory, counter-flory, or. 

E.ALLEiNTiNE, ar. on a cross betw. four mullets 
az. a sword erect of the first, hilt an.d pomel or. 
— Crest, a demi gi'iflin sa. wings endorsed crm. 
in the dexter clavr a sv.ord erect as in the arms. 
[^Granlcd to Larcson Dijke, v:ho look the name 
and arms of Balkntine, hi/ Sign Manual, June 
24, 1773.]' ■' 

Eam.ETT, ar. a lion rampant sa. on a chief gu. 
three cinquefoils of tlie field. [Granted, by 
Cooke, Clarenceux, 2Atli EUz. to John Balleii, 
citizen and (/oldsmith, of London.'] 

Ballet t, [Hatfield, Essex,] ar. a lion rampant sa. 
on a chief gii. three cinquefoils or. — Crest, out 
of a mural coronet or, a demi eagle disjilayed 
sa. 

Ballin, gu. a cross mascle or. 

Ballioll, gii. an orle erm. 

Ballioll, [Essex,] az. an orle erm. within a bor- 
dure or. 

Ballioll, or, an orle purp. 

Ballioll. See Bavliol. 

Baliol, [Jolm, Founder of Baliol College,] gu. 
an orle ar. 

Balliawle, sa. a chev. or, betw. three swords 

Bayleul, gu. a saltier vair. 

Baltdl, sa. a chev. or, betw. tliree sv.'ords erect ar. 
pomels and hilts gold. 

Ballow, [^Yestminster,] az. an estoile of eight 
points or, betw'. three keys erect ar. — Crest, two 
arms embowed, habited sa. cuifs tunied up ar. 



BAM 

the hands conjoined ppr. holding an estoile of 
eiglit points or. [Granted, to Ilenry Ballow, 
July 8, 1709.] 

Ballow, [Norwich.] The same. 

Bai.makin, [Scotlimd,] ar. three spikes gu; 
closing towards the points in base. 

Balmj;, ar. three sprigs of balm flowered ppr. 

Bal.mkp, [Lindley, Yorkshire,] gu, three ilenrs- 
de-lis ar. a chief vair. 

Balnaves, per fesse ar. and sa. a chev. counter- 
changed. 

Balnaves, per fesse ar. and sa. a chev. betw. three 
cinquefoils, all counterchanged. — Crest, a hand, 
holding a football. 

Balnei!, vair, three chev. gu. 

Balucr, vair, t^vo chev. gu. 

Balnewis, per fesse ar. and sa. a chev. coun- 
terchanged, in base a cinquefoil of the first. 

Balsjiam, [Bishop of Ely,] ar. three palets 
within a bordure gu. charged with eight crowns 
or. 

BALS^^ ILL, az. an increscent or. 

Balthazar, az. nine estoile^, pierced, or. 

Balthoup, sa. five plates betw. two chev. ar. iu 
chief three lozenges of the second. 

Balthorj}, ar. a fret of six gu. on a quarter, bar- 
ruled of the first and second, ten martlets, three, 
two, two, and three, sa. 

Balthorp, (another,) on the quarter, a palm- 
branch iu bend sinister or, within an orle of 
martlets sa. 

Ballhorpe, ar. on a chev. sa. five fleurs-de-lis of 
the field. 

Ballhorpe, gu. a fret ar. on a canton baiTy of 
. twelve pieces ar. and gu. an orle of martlets 

Baltrey, quarterly ar. and ermines, in the first 
and fourth quarters, a goat's head erased sa. — 
Crest, out of a mural coronet, or, a goat's head 
erased, quarterly ar. and ermines. 

Baltrey, quarterly ar. and erm. iu the first and 
fourth quarters, a goat's head erased sa. 

BALU-M'i, or, three bars dancettee vert. 

Balln, [Lord of Abergavenny,] ar. tln-ee bars 
indented gu. 

Bamukll, or, a j)elicau vulning herself sa. — 
Crest, out of a ducal coronet, or, a })elican as 
in the arms. 

BAMiiROUGii, [Rendlesham, Suflblk,] ar. a 
pheon sa. on a chief of the second, a hon 
jiassant of the first. — Crest, a skull-cap ar. 

Ikirmhrough, [Yorkshire.] The same. 

Bamhurr/h, ar. a fesse dancettee sa. 

Bumhury, [Yorkshire.] The same. [This family 
had a yrant of another crest, IGO'2, viz. on a 
wreath, a v, olf's head erased vert, bezantee.] 
[g2] 



BAN 

BambroWE, [Yorksliire and Suft'olk,] sa. on a 

fcsse or, hetw. three plieons ar. as many fleurs- 
de-lis gii. 
15am ENT, ar. a chief indented sa. 
Bamet, or Banm;t, gii. a bordure sa. bezantce. 
Bamfeild, or, on a bend r;u. three mullets 

ar. in chief an a'luulet sa. — Crest, a lion's head 

erased sa. ducallv crowned gii. charged on the 

neck with an annidet or. 
Bainfiehl, or Bmiinfield, [Cornwall and Devon,] 

vert, on abend or, tinee mullets c;u. 
Buwfu'hl, or Bairmejie/d, [Devon,] vert, on a 

bend gu. three mullets, pierced, ar. 
Bamjield, or Bammefield, paly of six or and vert, 

a bend gu. 
Bamjield, or BmvmefieJd, or, on a chief gu. three 

trefoils, slipped, of the first. 
Bampfitdd, ar. a cross nioliue sa. 
Bampficld, [Poltmore, Devon,] ar. on a beud gii. 

three mullets or. — -Crest, a lion's head erased 

sa. ducally crowned gii. 
Bcnnpficld, [Poltmore, Devon,] ar. on a bend gu. 

tliree mullets pierced or. 
Bampfield, [Devon,] paly of eiglit, or and vert, 

on a bend gu. three mullets ar. 
Bamfoiu), [Bamford, Derbyshire,] ar. a fesse 
■ wavy g"u. 

Baumford, gu. a fesse engr. ai". 
B.VMMK, erm. on a chief indented sa. three cross 

crosslets ar. CAnot/ier, two.) 
Bamme, [Lord Mayor of London, 1390,] erm. on 

a chief indented sa. an annulet or, betw. two 

trefoils, slipped, ar. 
Bamvile, [Chester,] or, on a chief gu. three 

trefoils, slipped, of the field. 
Ban, or Banne, erm. a chief indented sa. 
Bax.^NT, erm. two bars gu. 
Banenl, or, a lion sa. tail forked, over all a bend 

gobonatcd 

Banent, sa. a lion rampant or. 
Banaud, sa. a fesse betw. two chev. ar. 
Banard, or Bani/nrd, [Stakey, Xorfelk,] sa. on a 

fesse betw. two chev. or, three martlets of the first. 

— Crest, on a lion's gamb erased sa. a martlet or. 
Banard. See Baynard. 
Banisurgiie, ar. on a fesse sa. a lion passant of 

the field. 
Banbukv, ar. a cross lormee betw. four mullets 

of six points pierced gu. 
Banhury, or Bandhury, [Oxfordshire,] ar. a cross 

betw. four m\dlets ])ierced gu. 
Banby, cheqtiy, ar. and gu. 
Bance, [London, and Callow, Berks,] az. two 

lion's gandjs cheveronways or, supporting a 

crescent reversed ai'. in chief two estoiles of 

the last. 
Bancroft, [London, 1G04,] or, on a bend betw. 



BAN 

six cross crosslets az. three garbs gold. — Crest. 
a garb betw. two wings expanded or. \_Assirined, 
hi/ Camden, Clareiicenx, to Richard, Arch- 
bishop of Canierhurtj.] 

Bancroft, or, on a chev. eiigr. betw. tlu-ee crosses 
pattee fitchee sa. two lions rampant reguardant 
condjatant ar. 

Band, [Essex,] gu. three eagles or. 

Band, gu. tliree eagles displayed or, armed az. 

Band, gu. three eagles' legs a-la-quise or. 

Band, gu. three wings pendent or. 

Band, [Essex,] chequy ar. and sa. on a fesse gu. 
three trefoils slipped of the first. 

Bandcourt, vert, a fesse or. 

Bane. See Bayn. 

Banester, vert, a maunch ar. 

Banesler, ar. three fleurs-de-lis and a chief sa. 

Banester, [Westmoreland,] gu. three chev. ar. 

Banester, [Lancasliire,] ar. tlu-ee chev. gu. 

Banester, [Cheshire,] ar. a cross sarcelly sa. 
(Anotlier, moline.) 

Banester, [Lancashire,] ar.acrosspatonce (another, 
pattee) sa.— Crest, a peacock in his pride, 
body and Mings or, tail ppr. 

Banester, [Lancashire,] ar. a cross sa. 

Banester, [Lancashire and Surrey,] ar. a cross 
flory sa.— Crest, a peacock ppr. 

Banester, [Westmoreland,] ar, a cross flory sa. 

Banester, [Prescot,] ar. a cross patonce sa. in 
the dexter cliief point a flesh-pot of the second. 

Banester, [Yorkshire,] ar. two dossers joiuant in 
fesse, betw. four fleurs-de-lis sa. 

Banester, [Derwyn,] sa. two dossers joinant in 
fesse ar. in chief three fleurs-de-lis or. 

Banester, or, a cross patonce sa. — Crest, a pea- 
cock ppr. 

Banester, [Leicestershire and Staflordshire,] ar. 
a cross patonce sa. ^vithiu a bordure gu. bezantce. 
- — Crest, a peacock ppr. sitting, gorged with 
a collar gu. charged v,-ith three bezants. 

Banester, ar. a cross flory sa. over all a label of 
five points gu. \_Confirmed bij Flower, Xor- 
roy, 1578, to Laurence Banester, of Easiny- 
ton, Yorkshire, son of Nicholas, of Alnetham, 
Lancashire.] 

Bankord, or Baumford, [Donyngton, Lin- 
colnshire,] 1U-. a fesse engr. gu. 

Bangare, ar. a fesse daucettee betw. three escal- 
lops gu. 

Bangeley, or, three lozenges az. 

Eangor, gu. a chev. betw. three leopards' heads 
or, a chief erm. [14-51.] 

Bangton, gu. three cross crosslets fitchee or, a 
chief of the second. 

Banham, az. a bend ar. cottised or. 

Banke, gu, two hon's gambs erased or, support- 
ing a crescent in chief ar. 



BAN 

lianlcc, or Band, [Yorkshire iiiid London,] sa. 
a cross or betw. four fleurs-de-lis ar. — Crest, on 
the stump of a tree couped, a stork close, all 
l)pr. 

Banke, sa. a cross ciig^r. or, betw. four fleurs-dc- 
lis ar. — Crest, a Rrillin se;?reant impliuned ar. 
holding a cross forniee fitchte gu. 

liancke, [Lincolnshire,] sa. a mullet betw. two 
bars iU". 

IJ.XNKS, [Aylesford, Kent,] sa. on a cross betw. 
four fleurs-de-lis ar. five jiheous az. — Crest, a 
dragon's head erased ar. 

Banks, [Yorkshire,] sa. a cross betw. four fleurs- 
do-lis or. (Another, ar.)— Crest, an eagle's 
head couped ar. (Anotlier crest, a dragon ram- 
pant ar. on a mount vert, supporting a cross 
pattce or.) 

Banks, [London,] sa. on a cross or, betw. four 
fieurs-de-lis ar. live pellets. — Crest, an armed 
arm ar. garaished or, out of clouds ppr. the 
hand holding a falchion ar. hilt and pomel or, 
on the falchion a chaplet vert. 

Bannatine, [Scotland,] gu. a chev. ar. betw. 
three mullets or. 

Bannat>/ne, [Scotland,] ar. a cross betw. four 
nmllets az. 

Bannatyne, [Nev^liall, descended of Corhouse, 
Scotland,]' ar. on a cross az. betw. four mullets 
gu. a crescent or. — Crest, a demi griflin holding 
in the dexter claw a sword, with the motto, 
" Dutn. spiro spero." 

Bannku, [London,] per pale erm. and or, a 
fleur-de-Us counterchauged, on a canton az. a 
lion passant ar. — Crest, an armed arm embowed, 
liolding in the hand ppr. a banner gu. charged 
with a fleur-de-lis or, fringe and stalf ar. 
{Granted \7m.'] 

Banner, enn. a chief dancettee sa. 

13ANNER>rAN, [Kincardine,] or, on a fesse betw. 
three bears' heads couped az. as many mascles 
of the field. 

Bannerman, [Watertoun, Scotland,] az, on a 
fesse or, betw. three bears' heads couped of the 
last, a mascle gu. 

Bannerman, [Elsick, Scotland,] gu. a banner dis- 
j)layed ar. thereon a canton az. charged with a 
St. Andrew's cross of the second, as the badge 
of Scotland. — Crest, a demi man iu armour, 
holding in the right hand a sword ppr. Sup- 
porters, two armed men ppr. [G'r««<c(/, lCi)2.] 

Bannerman, [Elsick,] gu. a banner displayed ar. 
thereon a canton az. ciiarged with St. Ajidrew's 
cross of the second, within a bordure ar. 
charged Anth four buckles az. and as many 
holly leaves vert alteraately. — Crest, from a 
wreath, a demi priest praying, and habited ppr. 



B A R 

Banntston, [Kenton, Salop,] or, a fesse betw. 
tluee linns rami>ant gu. 

Banncston, az. a fesse dancettee erm. betw. three 
cross crosslets fitchee or. 

Bannett, [Suflblk,] ar. a chief dancettee sa. 

Banning, [Loudon, 1-588,] ar. two bars sa. each 
charged with as many esca!lo])s or. — Crest, on a 
mount vert an ostrich ar. holding in tlie mouth 
a key or. 

Banniuff. erm. on a chief indented sa. two true- 
lovers' knots ar. 

Banny, or Bany, ar. a fesse dancettee of two 
pieces couped in form of a Bomau \V az. 

BANNVKiiS, sa. on a fesse bctNv. two chcv. or, 
three Cornish choughs ppr. 

Banprey, [\yeele, "Norfolk,] vert, a lion ram- 
pant or, tail forked, oppressed Anth a bend 
gu. 

Bant, ar. on a chief indented sa. a j)!ate betw. 
two bezants. 

BavS, barry wavy of six, ar. and gu. 

]]APTHORrE, gu. a fret and canton ar. 

Battista, [Castile,] erm. a lion issuant or, out 
of a tower az. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet 
or, a dragon's head vert, iu flames of iire ppr. 

Baptist-JJrowne, [Italy,] or, a bull passant 
gu. attired of the first. — Crest, a dragon's head 
betw. a pair of wings sa. gorged with a bar 
gemelles or, dexter ear gu. the sinister ar. the 
^ring■s purfled or. 

Baraby, [Lincolnshire,] ar. two bars sa. within 
a bordure gu. 

Baradad, ar. a cross couped gu. at each end a 
crescent fixed on a pomel sa. 

B.VRANTINE, sa. SLX eaglets displayed ar. three, 
two, and one. 

Baranline, [Essex,] ar. three cheveronels gu. a 
label az. 

Baranlyne, ^ r-n ^ j r\ t ^ n 

J, ,:' f [Bucks and Oxon,J sa. (anotlier, 

Jjarcniine, or >'- . ^, i i • i i 

r, , iaz.) three eagles displaved ar. 

Jiorentync, J ^ ^ • 

Barentuie, [Lord Mayor of Loudon, L308, 1408,] 

sa. an ainndet or, betw. three eagles displayed 

ar. 
Bari3.\m, ar. three bears passant sa. muzzled or, 

two itnd one. 
Barjsan, or Barhon, ar. on a fesse gu. three 

leopards' faces of the field. (Another, the fesse 

humettee.) 
Barhon, ar. on a fesse eugr. gu. three leopards' 

faces or. [Borne by Nicholas Barhon, of Lon- 
don, M.D.] 
BaRBARINI, [Italy,] az. three gad-bees or. 
Bar HE, barry of six erm. and gu. 
Barhe, or Barheij, barry of six, gu. and erm. 
Barhe, St. [Hants,] chequy of twelve sa. and 



BAR 

ar. — Crest, on a wreath," a wivcrn sii. [Borne 

by Charles St. Barbe, Esq. of Lyminglon, 

Hants, 1823.] 
Bakbi-.V, or Barrkv, gu. three burs gobonated 

ar. and sa. 
Barhtj, [Ireland,] or, a lion rampant gii. ch;irj;ed 

with a fosse of the field. 
Burlnj, [>7orthainptoiishirc and Devon,] ar. a 

chcv. bctw. tlnee ^arbs sa. — Crest, an heraldic 

tiger, intired vith four horns, turned round like, 

rams' horns, or. 
BARiiELTON, fusily or and az. 
Barlelton, or Barhlelon, lozengy or and az. 
BarheltoH, alias Gore/es, lozengy or and az. 
Barb].!^, or, a bead sinister ay,, charged with a 

mullet of the field. 
Barber, [London and East Sheen, Surrey,] erni. 

a chcv. betw. three fleiu-s-de-lis gu. (Another, 

chev. or.) \Borne by John Barber, Esq. Lord 

Mayor of London, 1733.] 
Barber, [East Smitlifield,] sa. a fesse or, fretty 

g^u. betw. three bulls' heads trunked ar. armed of 

the second. 
Barber, ar. two chev. betw. three fleurs-de-hs, gu. 

within a bordure of the last.- — Crest, out of a 

ducal coronet, a bull's head gu. 
Barber, or Barbery, or, on two chev. gu. three 

fleurs-de-lis of the field. 
Bai-ber, [Suflolk,] or, two chev. betv. . three fleurs- 
de-lis gu. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet gu. a 

bull's head ar. 
Barber, [Hertfordshire,] or, two chev. betw. tluee 

fleurs-de-lis gu. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet 

or, a bull's head, per palcyai-. and gu. 
Barhor, barry of ten or and !^§. on a saltier of the 

first, a fleur-de-lis of the second. — Crest, on a 

staff raguly fesseways, an eagle disjjlayed with 

t-^vo heads az. the head^lucally cro\viied or, 

"the inside' of the wings and leg« gold. 
Barbour, [Scotland,] ar; a St. 'An''?iew's cross betw. 

a garb in chief, two escallops m the flaunches, 

and another in base, az. ' rf^c 
Barbour, [Stafibrdshire,] gu. three mullets ar. 

"within a bordure erai. 
Barbour. The same, adding a canton or. 
Barclay, [Sun-ey,] ar.achev. betw. three crosses 

l)attee gu. — Crest, on a wreath, a cross paftee 

gu. ensigned by an eastern crown .or. [Borne 

by Frederick Maude Barclay, Esq}^ of Burford 

Lodr/e, Surrey, J 823.] 
Barclay, az. a bend erm. betw. six saltiers Jir. all 

within a bordure of tiie second. 
Barcley, or Barkele, [Devon,] ar. a trevet sa. 
Barhkij, [Scotland,] az. a chev. or, betw. three 

crosses ))attee ar. within a bordure chequy of the 

second and first. 



BAR 

Barkeley, [Leicestershire,] gu. a chev. betw. ten 

cinqiiefoils ar. 
Barkeley, [Stoke,] gu. a chev. erm. betw. ten 

crosses fbruiee ar. 
Barkeley, gu. a chev. betw. eight crosses formee 

ar. four, one, two, and one. 
Barkeley, gu. a chev. betw. nine crosses foruiee 

ar. 
Barkeley, gii. a chev. ar. betw. ten crosses formee 

within a bordure of the second. — Crest, a mitre 

gu. charged with the arms. 
Barkeley, [Coberly, Gloucestershire,' and Dou- 

nesley,] ar. a fesse betw. three martlets sa. 
Barkeley, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three martlets sa. 
Barkeley, [Gloucestershire,] gu. a chev. betw. 

ten crosses formee ar. four, three, two, and 

one. 
Barkeley, [Hants,] gu. crusily formee, a cliev. 

witliiu a bordure ar. 
Barkeley, [Gloucestershire,] gu. a chev. betw. 

three roses ar. 
Barkeley, gu. a chev. ar. betw. three crosses 

formee of the second. (Another, the crosses 

or.) 
Barkeley, gu. a chev. betw. tlirce cross crosslets 

ar. 
Barkeley, or Barkley, [Leicestersh.n-e,] gu. a 

chev. betw. ien roses ar. barbed or. 
Barkeley, ar. a trefoil shpped sa. 
Barkeley, sa. t^vo bars vaire ar. and \'ert. 
Barkeley, [Okenbury, Cornwall,] sa. a fesse erm. 

betw. three cinquetbils ar. — Crest, on a mount 

vert, a stag lodged ppr. 
Barkeley, gu. a chcv. ar. 
Barkeley, [Wymondham, Norfolk,] gu. a chev. 

betw. ten ciuquefoils ar. four, two, one, two, 

and one. 
Barkeley, quarterly indented ar. and az. a bend 

gu. 
Barkley, ar, a chev. betw. three crosses formee 

gu. 
Barkley, quarterly indented, or and az. a bend 

gu. 
Barkley, chequy gu. and erm. on a bend az. three 

billets or. 
Bard, [Middlesex,] sa. on a chev. betv/. ten 

martlets ar. five pellets. 
Bard, [North Kelsey, Lincolnshire,] ar. on a 

chev. betw. eight martlets sa. five plates. 
Bard, ar. three lions rampant gu. 
Bard, [Caversfield, Bucks,] sa. on a chev. betw. 
^ten martlets ar. five ])!ates. — Crest, a lion's 

gamb couped and erect or, grasping a horse's 

leg erased sa. 
Bardkaux, per pale az. and ar. a fesse couu- 

terchanged, each part bordured. 



BAR 

Bauden, ar, three swords conjoined in ]3oiiit s;u. 
Bakdksky, Barusev, or Bakuksi.ky, [Lan- 

Ciishire,] ar. two bars gu. on a canton ol' the se- 
cond, a maunch of the first. 
Bardkston, gai. a saltier engr. ar. 
Baudevili^,, or Bardenill, [Middlesex,] ar. 

a cross gu. 
Bardis, [O.xfordsliire,] ar. a tiger passant re- 

guardaut gazing in a niin-or, all p])r. 
Barunkv, ar. an eagle disjjlayed az. beaked and 

legged gu. 
]5ardoli'H, [Norfolk,] gu. tbree cinqiiefoiJs ar. 
Bardolph, [Norfolk,] gu. three cinquefoils or. 
Bardolph, [Hertfordshire.] or, thi-ee cinquefoils 

az. 
Bardolph, ar. three cinquefoils az. 
Bardolph, [London,] az. a niascle betw. three 

cinquefoils or. — Crest, out of a mural coronet 

gu. a dragon's head betw. tMO wings of the last, 

each charged with a muscle or. 
Bardolph, [Norfolk,] gu. an eagle ayrant or. 
Bardolph, [Devon,] quarterly gu. and ar. in the 

first quarter an eagle displayed or, over al! an 

inescocheon az. charged with three cinquefoils 

pierced of the third. 
Bai'dolphe, gu. three cinquefoils ar. 
Bardolphe, [Norfolk and ^Vorcestershire,] az. 

three cinquefoils pierced or. 
Bardolphe, or Bardulff, [Bedfordshire,] iir. a 

cliev. erm. betw. tluree crosses formee fitchee sa. 

C Another, gu.) 
Bardolphe, az. three quatrefoils or. 
Bardolf, [Norfolk,] or, three cinquefoils az. 
Bardwell, or Bardwellyn, gu. three bars 

gemelles or, a quiuter erm. (Another, a can- 
ton ar.) 
Bardwell, ar. a hart sa. attired or. 
Bardwell, [Norfolk,] gu. a goat salient ar. attired 

or. 
Bardivell, gu. a goat passant ar. attired or. 
Bare, az. three dolpliins liaurient or. 
Bare, gu. three lions rampant ar. 
Bare, [Ireland,] barry of six, ar. and gu. — Crest, 

a wolf's head sa. 
Bare, ar. two endorses, as majiy barrulets gu. 
Barecroft, paly of .six, ar. and gu. 
Barefooi', gu. on afesse vert, three men's feet 

coujied ar. 
Barefoot, gu. two hon's p:.ws, coiped under the 

knees, the cliiws endorsed or. 
Barfoot, or Barford, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three 

pellets. 
Baremaine, gu. a dexter hand, barways, ar. 
Barent, ar. a chief sa. 
Barcnt, sa. a chief indented ar. 
Barentine. See B.yrantine. 



B A R 

B.VRKiREY, ar. on a mount in base, a branched 
tree vert. 

Barewa.'^iie. [Kent,] gu. a Hon rampant or, tail 
forked. 

Bariord, oj-Berford, [Rutlandshire,] ar.se- 
mee de crosslets, three ileurs-de-lis sa. — Crest, a 
Ijcar passant sa. 

Barford, gu. a fret of six engr. erm. 

Barger, [Kent.] The same as Baugraa E. 

Bargrave, [Kent, IGil,] or, on a pale gu. a 
sword ar. hilt or, a chief az. charged with three 
bezants. — Crest, on a jnount vert, a pheon gu. 
betw. two huu-el-branches of the first. [^The 
above, quarterly, icith the ar/ns of Tovr^^iAY, 
being, ar. a chev. betw. three bulls passant sa. 
and for crest, on a wreath, a bull's Jiead erased 
ar. armed or, collared az. charged vnih three 
bezants; home hi/ Eohert Tounun/ Barf/rove, 
Esq. vf Eastry and Canterbury, Kent, 1S2'3, 
a Siihscrihcr to this Work; loho, by Royal 
Sign Manual, dated August 23, 1800, took the 
surname and arms of Bargrave, in addition to 
those of Tournay, out of respect to the memory 
of the late Isaac. Bargrave, of Eastry afore- 
said, Esq. deceased, his zvife's maternal micle.'] 

Barham, or BRAHA^i, [Suffolk and Surrey,] 
sa. a cross flory or. — Crest, a wolf's head ar. 

Barham, [Staines, Middlesex,} ar. on a fesse gu. 
betw. three bears passant sa. muzzled or, a fleur- 
de-lis betw. two martlets of the third. — Crest, 
a stork among bull-rushes, all ppr. 

Barham, gu. a fesse betw. six martlets or. 

Barrum, [Kent,] or, three bears passant sa. 
muzzled gu. (Another, two bears.) 

BarhoX'I', or, three boars' heads couped sa. 

Baringham, per pale indented ar. and sa. 

Baringham, ])er pale ar. and sa. 

Baringham, gu. a maunch erm. 

JjARKHERY, gu. a chev. ar. betw. 'three cross 
crosslets or. 

Barre, az. a chev. betw. three crescents or. 

Barke, or, three larks ppr. 

Barkeiiam, [London,] ar. three palets gu. over 
all a chev. or. [^Granted, by Camden, Cla- 
renccux, IGll, to Edward Barkeham, Alder- 
tnan of London.^ 

Barkham, [Wesiacre, Norfolk,] paly of six ar. 
and gu. a chev. or. [Borne hy Sir Edward 
Barkham, Bart.^ 

Barkeman, [London, IGIl,] paly of six ar. 
and g"u, a chev. or. — Crest, two arms embowed, 
in armour, or, holding in their hands ppr. a 
bundle of arrows ar. tied with a string gu. 

Barker, [Grimstone-IIall, Suffolk,] per fesse 
uebulce or and az. three martlets counter- 
changed. 



BAR 

Barker, [llambletou, RutlantUliire,] per fesse 
nebiilt-e sa. and or, three martlets coiiiitir- 
cLauged. 

Barker, [Garter King of Arms, Xewbiiry,] ar. 
three bears' lieails erased gu. muzzled or, in 
chief as many torteauxes. — Crest, a bear's 
head erased, per pale or and az. muzzled or, 
betw. two wings, the dexter az. the sinister 
or. 

Barker, [Xorthumbcrland.] The same arms. 

Barker, [Bockenhall, Essex,] erm. on a fesse sa. 
three fleius-de-lis or. — Crest, an ostrich's head 
erased or, holding iu the beak a horse-shoe 
ar. 

Barker, [Essex,] per chev. nebulee or and sa. a 
lion rampant couuterchaugcd. 

Barker, [Printer to Queen Elizabeth, Chelsum, 
Bucks,] or, a fesse indented az. charged with 
three fleurs-de-lis of the field. (Another, the 
fesse vert.) — Crest, a turtle-dove ppr. in the 
beak a rose gu. stalked and leaved vert. 

Barker, gu. ou a cross pattee or, five aimulets 
sa. 

Barker, [Billcsdon, Saffolk,] gu. a fesse chequy 
or and az. betw. six annulets of the second. 

Barker, [Wollerton, Salop,] az. five escallo])s in 
cross or. — Crest, on a rock ar. a hawk close 
or. 

Barker, [Kent, IMiddlesex, and Sussex,] barry 
of ten or and sa. over all a bend gu. — Crest, 
out of a ducal coronet, or, an eagle displayed 
ar. beaked and legged gai. 

Barker, per fesse or and sa. a lioo rampant coun- 
terchanged. 

Barker, [Hurst, Berks, and "Warwickshire,] per 
chev. eugr. or and sa. a lion rampant counter- 
changed. — Crest, a naked boy ppr. holding an 
arrow. 

Barker, or, a lion rampant sa. 

Barker, [Berks,] per chev. cngr. or and sa. a 
lion rampant coiuiterchanged. — Crest, a demi 
moor ppr. in his dexter hand an arrow or, fea- 
thered and headed ar. on his sinister arm a 
shield or, on his shoulder a sash gu. 

Barker, ar. three larks ppr. 

Barker, [Ipswich, Suftblk,] jjcr fesse nebulee az. 
and sa. three martlets or, a canton erm. — Cresi, 
a gTeyhound sejant ar. gorged with a collar and 
ring, to tiic last a line or, the line held from 
him wth his dexter foot. ( Anuiher crest, a 
bear sejant or, collared sa.) 

Barker, [Sulfolk,] or, a bend betw. six billets 
sa. 

Barker, [Norfolk,] or, a chev. az. fretty of the 
first, betw. three hurts, on a chief sa. a hound 
passant ar. betw . tw o mulhts of the field. 



BAR 

Barker, ar. three bears' heads erased sa. muzzled 
or, a chief gu.— Crest, a bear's head erased sa. 
muzzled or. 

Barker, [Yorkshire,] ar. three bears' heads erased 
sa. in ciiief tliree torleauxes. 

Barker, [Sliroj)shire,] ])er saltier, erm. and az. 
ou a bordure gu. eight annulets or. 

Barkkswortu, checpiy ar. and gu. on a bend 
az. three lions of the first. 

Barksworth, chequy or and gu. on abend az. three 
lions rampant ar. ( Anotlicr, three lions ram- 
pant guardant ar.) 

Barksworth, chequy or and gu. a bend az. 

Barksicorih, [Thermanby, Yorkshire,] ar. a sal- 
tier sa. over all a label of tlu-ee points gu. 

Bakkiia.m, [London,] ar. three pales gu. over all 
a chev. or. 

Barkham, [South Acre, Norfolk,] paly of six ar. 
and gu. a chev. or. 

Barkham, [Waynfiete, Lincolnshire.] The same. 

Barkham, [Sir Edward, Lord Mayor of London, 
lG-21.] The same. 

BarkSTEADK, [Tower of London, 16-j4,] erm. 
on a chief sa. tliree ducal coronets or. — Crest, 
out of a ducal coronet or, an arm in armour, 
cmbowed, ppr. grasping a sword ar. hilt and 
pomel of the first. 

Barkston, [\''orkshire,] ar. a fesse double cot- 
tised gu. betw. tlu-ee fieurs-de-lis az. 

Barkyn, ar. a sword in bend gu. poLnt down- 
wards, betw. two coftises dancettee sa. 

Barkvwortii, chequy gu. and ar. abend az. 

Barlace, Barlacev, o;- Barlow, gu. three 
l)iles ar. 

Barlangii, sa. an eagle displayed ar. 

BAltLAR, or, three piles gu. 

Barlar, gu. three ])iles ar. 

Barlar, gu. thi-ee piles or. 

Barlaunciie, Barlew, or Barlow, [Lan- 
cashire,] sa. an eagle displayed ar. anned or, 
perched on a ragged staff, of the second. 

Barle, per fesse wavy ar. and barry of four 
undec az. and or. 

Bar LET, quarterly indented ar. and giu four 
crescents, counterchangcd. 

Barley, ar. three bars wavy sa. a chief, per pale 
erm. and gu. — Crest, a demi stag, per pale 

and charged with three Lars 

wavy counlorchauged. 

Barle;/, erm. three bars sa. 

Barlcij, barry wavy of six ar. and sa. on a chief 
gu. a flour-de-lis or, a quarter in chief erm. 
(Another, without the fleur-de-lis.) 

Barh'i/, erm. three liars wa^ysa. — Crest, a boar's 
head erased or, discharging from his mouth a 
qualrefoil az, 



BAR 

]{arJe>j, [Derbyshire,] ar, tliree hounds sa. a chief 
|)er pale erm. and ^\\. 

/irtr/ey, [Derbyshire,] ar. on a bend g;u. three garbs 
or. 

Barley, gii. on a chev. betw. nine cross crosslets 
fifcliee ar. three fleurs-de-hs of the field. 

Barley, per fesse, the chief part quarterly, in- 
dented per fesse or and erm. the basear. charged 
with two squires (cantons voided) sa. 

Barlay, [Barley, and Bransfield-Woodhouse, 
Derbyshire,] gu, on a chev. betw. three eagles 
displayed ar. as many cross crosslets of the first. 

Barliff, Bariff, or Beriff, [Lincolnshire 
and Northamptonshire.] See Barriffe. 

Barlo, erm. three bars dauncettee gu. 

Barlo, [Essex,] erm. three bars wavy sa. 

Barlow, [Sheffield,] sa. two bars erm. on a cliicf 
indented per pale or and ar. an eagle displayed 
sa. — Crest, on a ^vTeath, a Mercury's cap or, 
wings ar. thereon an eagle's iiead erased ppr. 
gorged ^^ith a collar erm. [Granted 11591.] 

BarloiL\ [Bramfield, Chesliire,] barry wavy of six 
iir. and sa. on a chief gn. flory or, a cauton 
erm. 

Barlow, gu. a demi eagle erased, with two heads, 
saus wings, ar. 

Barlow, [Barlow,] sa. an eagle displayed ar. mem- 
bered or, standing on a hmb of a tree, regu- 
lated and trunked, of the second. 

Barlowe, [Slebege, Pembrokeshire,] ar. on a 
chev. engr. betw. three cross crosslets fitchce 
sa. two lions passant, counter-passant, of the 
first. — Crest, a demi hon ar. holding a cross 
crosslet fitchee sa. 

Barlonyhe, or Barloice, [Lancashire,] sa. an eagle 
displayed, with two necks, ar. armed or. 

Barmingham, gu. a maiuicb erm. 

Barmovt, or, two cliev. withhi a bordure gu. 

Barnaby, erm. a fesse gu. 

Barnahy, or Barnarly, quarterly ar. and gu. a 
cross counterchanged. 

Barnahy, per fesse nebulee or and sa. tlu-ee boars' 
heads cou])ed, coimterchanged. — Crest, a boar's 
head erased per fesse nebulee sa. and or. 

Barnahy, per pale wavy ar. and vert, three boars' 
heads erased counterchanged. 

Barnaby, [Yorkshire,] or, on a lion rarapant sa. 
tluree escallop shells ar. within an orle of mullets 
az. 

Barnaby, ar.ona cross gu. five crescents of the field, 
on a chief az. tlnoe bezants. 

Barnahy, [Salop,] or, on a Hon rampant sa. three 
escallop shells ar. — Crest, a leopard couchant sa. 

Barnaby, [Worcestershire,] ar. a lion passant 
guardant sa. betw. three escallop shells of the 
second. 



BAR 

Barnahy, [Colchester, Essex,] ar. on a fesse flory 
counterflory vert, betw. three boars' heads couped 
sa. two trefoils slipped erminois.— Crest, a demi 
greyhound gu. collared and ringed ar. holding 
a branch of laurel vert. 

Barnahie, ar. three escallops gu. 

Barnebi/, [Herefordshire,] ar. a lion passant guar- 
dant gii. betw. three escallops az. 

Bamehy, az. two bars crenellee or. 

Barnhy, [Towthorp, Yorkshire,] ar. a chev. 
betw. three bears' heads couped sa. muzzled or. 

Barnack, ar. a bend gu. 

Barnack, [Northamptonshire,] ar. a horse barnacle 
sa. 

Barnack, ar. a fessebetw. three horse barnacles gu. 

Barnack. See Bernakk. 

Barnake, [Yorkshire,] gu. three lions rampant ar. 

Barnake, ar. two barnacles in pale sa. 

Barnake, [Northampton,] ar. three pan- of bar- 
nacles sa. 

Barnake, [Leicestersliire,] ar. a fesse betw. three 
pair of barnacles sa. 

Barnake, erm. a fesse gai. 

Barnake, erm. a bend gu. 

BAliNACLE, az. three baijincle-geese ar. 

Barnacle, sa. a barnacle-goose ar. 

Barnard, gu. a lion passant guardarit or. 

Barnard, ar. on a bend az. three escallo[>s or. 

Barnard, [Hendon, jMiddlcsex,] ar. a bear ram- 
pant sa. muzzled or. — Crest, out of a ducal co- 
ronet or, a demi bear rampant sa. muzzled or. 
[Borne by Sir John Barnard, Lord Mayor of 
London, 1738.] 

Barnard, [Lincolnshire,] ar. a bend fusily purp. 
betw. six fleurs-de-lis az. — Crest, a dragon's 
head erased ar. collared and lined or, gorged 
with three bars gu. 

Barnard, [Kent,] vert, on a chief gu. two mul- 
lets or. 

Barnard, [Kent,] vert, on a chief or, two mullets 

Barnard, [Essex,] az. on a fesse ar. three dolphins 

within a bordure engr. gu. 
Barnard, [Essex,] az. a fesse betw. three dolphins 

naiant ar. 
Barnard, [Kent,] vert, on a cross sa. five midlets 

or. 
Barnard, vair, on a chief gu. two rauUetspierced or. 
Barnard, [Hants,] sa. two greyhounds endorsed ar. 
Barnard, sa. two greyhounds endorsed ar. betw. 

as many bucks' heads cabossed or. 
Barnard, [Somersetshire and Gloucestershire,] 

erm. on a bend gu. three cinquefoils or. 
Barnard, [Yorkshire and Norfolk,] ar. on a bend 

az. three escallops of the field, in the sinister 

corner, in an annulet, a mullet. — Crest, a 
[H] 



BAR 

• demi lion ar. charged on the shoulder with a 
mullet, vithiii an annulet, hokliiig; in the paws a 
snake entwined az. 

Barnard, gu. tliree hons ram))iint or. 

Barnard, [London,] ar. on a bend az. three es- 
callops of tlie first. — Crest, an escallop shell ar. 

Barnard, az. a fesse within a bordure cnifr. or. 

Bernard, [Cambridgeshire and Norfolk,] ar. a 
bear rampant sa. muzzled or. — Crest a demi 
bear erect sa. muzzled or. 

Bernard, [Essex,] gii. three fishes within a 
bordure indented ar. 

Barx.vrdiston, o;-Bernardiston, az. afesse 
dancettee enn. 

Barnardision, [Keddingtou, Suffolk,] az. a fesse 
dancettee erm. betw. six cross crosslets ar. — 
Crest, an ass's head ar. 

Barnardision, [Brightwell-Ilall, Suffolk.] The 
same. 

Barnardiston, [Great Cotes, Lincolnsliire.] The 
same, with due difference. — Crest, a slork or, 
among rushes ppr. 

Barn.w EiLi:, gu. a cross or. 

B.\KNE, [London,] az. three leopards' heads ar. 

Barne, [London,] az. three leopards pa.ssant or. 
(Another, ar.) 

Barne, [Essex,] az. two lions passant ar. 

Barne, [London,] az. two lions passant gutudant 
in pale ar. 

Barne, [Sir George, Lord Mayor of Loudon, 
1552,] quarterly ; first and fourth, ar. on a chev. 
engr. or, tliree trefoils shpped az. betsv. as 
many swans sa.; second and tliird ar. on a fesse 
engr. sa. betw. three grillius' heads erased gu. 
collared or, a flem--de-Hs of the field betw. two 
cinquefoijs erm. 

Barne, [Sir George, Lord INIayor of London, 
1586,] quarterly ; first and fourth, az. tliree leo- 
pards' heads ar. ; second and third, ar. a chev. az. 
betw. three choughs sa. 

Barnes, or Bernes, [Ctunbridgeshire,] sa. 
two bars embattled or, in chief tlu-ee bezants. 
— Crest, a leopard passant ar. spotted sa. collared 
and lined or. 

Barnes, az. on a bend ar. betw. two estoiles or, a 
bear passant sa. estoiled or, seizing a man ppr. 
, on a chief ar. tliree roses gu. radiated or. 

Barnes, [London, 1G14,] az. two lions passant 
guardant ar. — Crest, out of clouds ppr. Issuing 
rays paleways or, an arm erect, habited of the 
last, holding in the hand ppr. a broken sword 
ar. hilt gold. 
Barnes, az. two lions passant ar. 
Barnes, az. three leopards' heads ar. — Crest, on 
a momit vert, a falcon, wings expanded ar. du- 
cally gorged, beaked, and legged or. 



B A K 

Barnes, [Lauca.shire, 1584,] quarterly, or and 
vert, on a fesse sa. three estoiles of tlie first. — 
Crest, an estoile pierced or. 
Barnes. The same coat with the estoiles ar. 
\^Borne by Dr. liichard Barnes, Bishop of 
Durham.] 
Barnes, quarterly, az. and gu. a cross erm. 
Barnes, az. three leopards' faces or. 
Barnes, [Surrey and Essex,] quarterly, or and 

vert, in the first quarter a crescent gu. 
Barnes, [London,] quarterly, az. and gu. a cross 

betw. four cross crosslets or. 
Barnes, [Berkshire,] ar. two bars betw. six 

mascles, three, two, and one, sa. — Crest, a 

demi unicorn erm. horned, collared, and lined 

or. 
Barnes, az. on a fesse betsv. tliree sheldrakes ar. 

as many roses gu. 
Barnes, ar. two bai-s crenellee sa. in chief three 

pellets. 
Barnes, paly of six, erm. and az. on a cliief gu. 

a lion passant or.— Crest, a demi lion or. 
Barnes, [Lord I\Liyor of Loudon, 1370 and 1371,] 

quarterly, az. and gu. a cross ar. in the first and 

second a cross botfonee or, 
Barnerlv, quarterly, ar. and gu. a cross quar- 
terly counterchanged. 
Barners, quarterly, or and vert. 
Burner, per pale ar. and az. a fesse counter- 
changed. 
Barner, gii. a barnacle-goose ar. 
Barnesdale, [1604,] per saltier ar. and or. 

four eagles displayed sa. — Crest, a crane's head 

ar. beaked gu. issuing out of rays or. 
BARNE.SLY, [Stafl'ordshire and Surrey,] sa. a 

cross betw. four roses ar. a mullet for dilierence 

gu. — Crest, an old man's head couped at the 

breast, full-faced, ppr. charged with a mullet 

for difl'erence. [Gra7iied 1597.] 
Barnsletj, gu. a cross betw. four roses or, leaved 

vert. — Crest, a dragon passant ar. charged on 

the breast with a rose gn. 
Barkeston, az. a fesse dancettfee ar. 
Barnesion, ar. a fesse dancettee erm. betw. six 

cross crosslets fitchee sa. (Another, crosses 

formee fitchee sa.) 
Bai-neslon, [Suffolk,] az. a fesse dancettee erm. 

betw. six crosses pattee fitchee ar. (Jnother, 

cross crosslets fitchee ar.) 
Barnett, or, a saltier, in chief three leopards' 

faces sa. 
Barnett, sa. a saltier or. 
Barnett, or, a saltier sa. in chief a leopard's 

head of tlie second. (Another, the field ai-.) 
Barnett, gu. a chief and lion passant guardimt or. 
B.\RNEVELT, ar. a field and river ppr. on the 



BAR 

field a buck p^u. drinking in the river. — Crest, a 
deiiii buck gu. 

13arnf,WEI-l, [Norlhamptonshire,] per pale sa. 
and az. a fessc dancettee or, bet\v. three cross 
crosslets fitchee of tiie third. 

BarncweU, [Ireland,] az. a saltier engr. betw. four 
crescents ar. 

BarncweU, [Essex,] az. a saltier engr. or, betw. 
four crescents ai-. 

BarneiL-ell, or BaniaiceUe, [Stamford, Lincoln- 
shire, and Cranesley, Northamptonshire, loGO,] 
gu. a saltier embattled betw. four crescents ar. 
— Crest, a boar's head erased ar. gorged vith 
a collar embattled gu. charged \\ith three be- 
zants, in front a double ring or. (Another 
bears a wolf's head, collared as before.) 

Barnicell, [Ireland,] erm. a bordure engr. gu. 

Barnewell, ar. a saltier gu. betw. four fleurs-de-lis 
sa. 

BarmicU, [Suffolk,] per pale, sa. and az. a fesse 
dancettee ar. 

Barnwe/l, [Ireland,] ar. a saltier gu. betw. four 
fleurs-de-lis sa. 

Barnv:c-ll, [Ireland,] or, a saltier engr. gu. betw. 
four fleurs-de-lis sa. 

Barney, [Park-Hall, Norfolk,] per pale gu. 
and az. a cross engr. erm. — Crest, a plume of 
feathers of two rows, in the bottom four, in the 
top three, az. and gii. 

Barney, per pale az. and gu. a cross engr. erm. 

Barney, or Berney, [Norfolk,] quarterly, az. and 
gu. a cross erm.^Crest, a garb or. 

Barney, [Kent,] erm. on a bend gu. three lions 
rampant guardniit or. 

Barney, az. two leopards ar. langued and armed 
g-u. ■ ^ 

Barney, [Kent,] az. three leopards' taces ar. 

Barneys, az. three lions' heads ar. 

Barneys, az. three greyhounds passant ar. collared 
or. 

Barneyes, az. tlu-ee gTeyhounds in full course 

Barnfikld, [Ne'tt'iiort, Salop, and of Devon,] 
or, on a bend gu. three mullets ar. an annulet 
for difference sa. — Crest, a lion's Lead erased 
sa. diically crowned gu. 

Barn ham, ar. a cross engr. betvv. four crescents 
gu. 

Burnham, [Kent,] sa. a cross engr. hetw. four 
crescents ar.- — Crest, a dragon's head ar. pel- 
Icttee, betw. four dragons' wings sa. bezantee. 

Barnham, gu. a millrind in bend, betw. two mul- 
lets ar. 

Barnf.housk, or, two wings inverted and con- 
joined gxi. a crescent for difference. [Heratcls' 
OJice, Essex, C. 21.] 



BAR 

Barnhouse, [Devon,] sa. a pair of wings inverted 

and conjoined ar. 
Barnhouse, [Devon,] ar. two wings inverted and 

conjoined gu. 
Barmngham, jjer pale or and sa. 
Barniuyham, per pale indented ar and sa. 
Barory, sa. two swords in saltier ar. hilted and 

ponielled or, betw. four fleurs-de-lis of the last. 
B.VRON, [Kinnaird, Scotland,] or, a chev. sa. 

betw. three martlets gu. within a double tressure 

flory counterllory of the last. 
Baron, [Scotland,] or, a chev. betw. three mart- 
lets sa. (Another, the field ar.) 
Baron, [of Wenime,] sa. an iuke moline enn. 
Baron, [of Pantulfe,] gu. an inke moline erm. 
Baron, gu. a chev. or, fretfy az. betw. three garbs 

of the second. 
Baron, or, a bull passant gu. 
Baron, [Bradwell and Skirnby, Essex,] gu. a 

chev. erm. betw. three garbs or. — Crest, a gtub 

vert, eared or. 
Baron, ar. three cstoilesgu. \vithin a bordure engr. 

Baron, [Devon,] ar. a chev. betw. three body 

hearts sa. 
Baron, gu. fretty ar. on a chev. az. three garbs 

or. 
Baron, ar. two bars betw. six niascles sa. three, 

two, and one. 
Baron, erm. three bends gu. a label of as many 

])oints az. 
Baron, [London,] az. two lions passant guardant in 

jiale ar. 
Baron, ar. two bars sa. betw. nine mascles of the 

second, three, three, and three. — Crest, a deiiii 

unicorn erm. armed sa. crined, collared, and 

chained or. 
Baron, [London and Essex,] sa. in chief two es- 

toiles, in base a martlet ar. withhi a bordure 

engr. or. 
Barron, erm. three bendlets gu. over all a label 

of three points ar. 
Barron, gu. on a chev. ar. betw. three garbs or, a 

iVet az. 
BARONiiY, or Barroughby, az. a chev. betw. 

three boars' heads couped or. (Another, ar.) 
Bauonsdali;, [London,] per saltier, or and ar. 

four eagles displayed az. — Cresl, out of an an- 
tique crown or, a stork's head ar. beaked gu. 
B.VKR, az. an eagle displayed ar. surmounted of 

a bar (or fesse) sa. charged with two mullets of 

the second. 
Barre, ar. three bars crenellce gu. 
Barre, [Ireland,] banily ar. and gu. 
Barre, [Ireland,] harry of six ar. and gu. 
Barre, harry of six couuterembattlcd ar. and gu. 
[ H 2] 



BAR 

Barre, gu. four bars componee ar. and sa. 

Baurk, or UAitKV, ar. a fesse gii. betw. six 
fleurs-de-lis sa. 

Barre, paly of six, ar. and sa. four bars gu. 

Barrc, gu. three bars gobonated ar. aud sa. 

Barre, or Barrel/, ar. a cliev. betsv. three bears' 
heads coupcd sa. muzzled and collared or. 

Barre, or Barret/, gii. a beud vair betw. six es- 
callops ar. 

Barre, gu. three bars gcmel ar. 

Barre, gii. two bars geniel ar. 

Barre, ar. a fesse gu. betw. three fleurs-de-lis sa. 

Barrc, az. crusily, two barbels adorsed or, a bor- 
dure eugr. gu. 

Ba]{rf,ll, [Rochester, Kent,] erm. on a chief 
az. three talbots' heads erased ar. 

Barrel!, [Herefordshire,] erm. on a chief az. a 
talbot's head in the dexter point couped az. 
eared gu. — Crest, a talbot's head couped ar. 
eared gu. 

Barrel/, [liochester, Kent,] erm. on a chief sa. 
three talbot's heads erased of the tirst. 

Barrall, barry of ten, ar. and sa. 

Barrett, az. a fesse iudcntedj in chief three 
mullets ar. 

Barren, ar. a fesse indented gu. in chief three 
mullets sa. 

Barrett, sa. three falcons' heads erased or. 

Barrett, or, a cross sa. over all a bendlet gu. 

Barrett, [Kent,] or, on a chev. betw. three mul- 
lets sa. as many lions passant guardant nr. — 
Crest, on a wreath, a lion couchant ar. the dex- 
ter paw resting upon a mullet sa. [Borne Inj 

■■ Thomas Barrett, Esq. of Lee-Prioru, Kent, 
182S.] 

Barrett, [Bellhouse, Aveley, Essex,] harry of 
foiu', ar. and gu. counterchanged per pale. — 
Crest, a hydra with seven heads, wiogs endorsed 
vert, scaled or. 

Barrett, [Perry-Court, in the parish of Preston, 
Kent,] ar. a fesse daucettee gu. in cliief three 
mullets sa. 

Barrett, [Lea, Kent,] or, on a chev. sa. betw. 
three mullets of the second, as many lions pas- 
sant guardant of the tield. 

Barrett, [Shortney, Nottinghamshire,] gii. on a 
.fesse cottised betw. three spears' heads ar. as 
many mullets of the field. — Crest, a nag's head 
erased, per pale, gu. aud az. gorged -with two 
bars ar. 

Barrett, [London, 13S3,] gu, a chief indented ar. 
a bordiire az. 

Barrett, gu. on a saltier or, five swans sa. 

Barrett, [Suflblk,] ar. on a bond az. betw. three 
lozenge-buckles, the tongues fesseways gu. 
an annulet or. 



BAR 

Barrett, per pale ar. and gu. a fesse counter- 
changed. 

Barrett, [Essex,] per pale ar. and gu. four bars 
counterchanged. (Another, of Kent, six.) 

Barrett, [Herefordsliire,] gu. on a cliief indented 
ar. three escidlo])s of the field. (Another, the 
escallojjs sa.) — Crest, a lion ramjjantor, holding 
betw. the fore-feet an escallop sa. 

Barrett, gu. on a chief indented ai". three mart- 
lets sa. 

Barrett, az. on a chief indented ar. three escal- 
l<)])s sa. 

Barrett, gu. on a chief indented or, three escal- 
lops sa. 

Barrett, ar. a fesse sa. in chief three mullets of 
the second. 

Barrett, [Suft'olk,] ar. a fesse betw. tliree mullets 
sa. 

Barrc//, [Ireland,] per pale ar. and gu. twelve 
barrulets counterchanged. 

Barrett, az. a fesse daucettee or, in chief tliree 
mullets ar. 

Barrett, ar. a fesse betw. tliree cstoiles gu. 

Barrett, [Dorsetshii-e, and of Ealing, Middle- 
sex,] sa. a chev. betw. tliree hawks' heads erased 
or. 

Barren, [Suffolk,] ar. a beud az. betw. tlu-ce 
square buckles gu. — Crest, a helmet ar. gar- 
nished and plumed with feathers or. (Another 
crest, a demi greyhound ar. collared and lined 
sa.) 

Barrett, per fesse indented ar. and gu. a bordure 
az. 

Barrett, [Warwick,] or, a chev. engr. gu. betw. 
three bears' heads sa. muzzled or. — Crest, a 
griffin segreaut reguardant gu. wings elevated 
or. 

Barrett, [Cambridge,] ar. a chev. engT. betvi-. 
three bears passant sa. muzzled or. — Crest, a 
griflm segreaut reg-uardant or, beak, legs, 
and -Nvings gu. 

Barrett, [Castle-Barrett, Cork,] jier pale ar. iuul 
gu. thiee bars counterchanged, on a canton of 
the second a rose, crowned, or. — Crest, a 
heart or, betw. two wings az. semee of es- 
toiles. [Certified, August 22, \Q$2.'] 

Barrett, [London,] az. two barrulets or, betw. 
three doves ppr. [Granted '\17'A.'\ 

Bar rati, ar. tliree buckles, lozenges, in bend g-u. 

Barctt, gu. a chief indented ar. 

Barritl, az. on a chev. erm. betw. three griffins' 
heads erased or, two serpents in saltier, as part 
of a Caduceus ppr. — Crest, a talbot's head, per 
fesse ar. and erm. collared or, eared sa. 
[Granted to Thomas Hercy Barrif, of Jamaka, 
October 2S, 17GS.] 



BAR 

i5ARRKY, [Ireland,] barry of six ar. and £:;u. 

Jiany, gu. three bars componee, ar. and az. 

Barry, az. two lions passant or. 

Barry, az. two lions passant guardant or. 

Barry, [Devon,] gii. three bars voided ar. 

Bariy, [Devon,] ^u. three bars cheqiiy ar. and 
az. 

Barry, ar. three bars gu. 

Barry, ban y of six ar. and gu. — Crest, a wolf's 
head erased sa. 

Barry, ar. three bars embattled gii. 

Barrye, [Devon,] ar. two bars, in chief a 
crescent gii. — Crest, a wolf's head sa. charged 
with a cre.^cent or. 

Barrie, [Scotland,] az. an eagle displayed with 
two heads ar. over all, on a fesse sa. two mul- 
lets of the .second. 

Barry. See Bar re. 

Barriff, [Northamptonshire,] vert, on a chev. 
engr. ar. betw. three trefoils shpped pean, as 
many lions rampant sa. — Crest, on a mount 
vert, a beaver passant ppr. gorged with a plain 
collar and ring or. (Another, the field az.) 

Barriff, az. on a chev. engr. ar. betw. three tre- 

. foils slipped erm. as many lions rampant sa. 
amred and langued gu. 

Barringsi'ON, or, a cross crosslet puq). on a 
chief of the second, a lion passant guardant 
of the first. 

Barrinqston, sa. six eagles displayed ar. three, 
two, and one. 

Barrinylon, [Somersetshire,] ar. a lion rampant 
sa. flory or. 

Barringlon, [Essex,] ar. three chev. gu. 

Barringfon, [Banington-Hall, Essex,] ar. three 
chev. gu. a label of as many points az. 
(Another, erm.) — Crest, a Capuchin Friar, 
aflVonte, ppr. couped below the shoulders, 
habited, paly of six ar. and gu. on his head a 
cap or. (Another, the cap hanging down be- 
liind, and striped as the habit.) 

Barrenklon, [Leicestershire,] ar. a lion rampant 
double queued sa. 

Barrow, lozengy, or and az. a griflin salient 
erm. 

Barrow, [Cambridge,] gu. on a chief ar. three 
lions' heads erased sa. — Crest, an ostrich's head 
erased ar. holding in the beak a key or. 

Barrow, [Petterspury, Northamptonshire,] ar. 
three torteauxes, each charged with a fleur-de- 
lis or, on a chief az. a bugle horn gold, betw. two 
pheons of the field. — Crest, a demi boar ram- 
pant or, charged with three billets, betw. two 
beiidlefs, sa. 

Barroic, and Ban-ohy, [Cambridge,] sa. two 
swords in saltier ar. hilts and pomels or, betw. 



BAR 

four fleurs-de-lis of the last. — Crest, a squirrel 

sejant gu. charged with a chev. or, cracking a 

nut ppr. 
Barrow, cliequy az. and or, an eagle displayed 

ar. 
Barroio, [Kent,] sa. a fesse erm. betw. two 

fleurs de-lis in chief, and a hind trippantin base, 

or. 
Barrow, [Shipdenham, Norfolk,] sa. two swords 

in saltier ar. betw. four fleurs-de-lis or, within 

a bordiire gobonated of the last and g-u. 
Barrow, [Winthoipe, Norfolk,] sa. two s-«ords 

in saltier, betw. four fleurs-de-lis or, within a 

bordure gobonated az. and ar. (Another, ar. 

and ]3uq).) 
Barrow, sa. a hind's head, couped, ai. 
Barrow, [Sufl'olk,] sa. two swords in saltier ar. 

hilts and pomels or, betw. four flcurs-du-hs, 

within a bordure of the third. (Another, the 

bordure ar.) — Crest, a hind's head ar. 
Barrow, [Wills and Suffolk,] sa. two swords in 

saltier ar. pomels and hills gold, betw. four 

fleurs-de-lis or. 
Barowe, ar. a pheon sa. 

Barrov.e, ar. on a chev. betw. three cross cross- 
lets sa. two lions passant, counter-passant, ar. 

— Crest, a demi lion rampant ar. holding a 

cross crosslet fitchee sa. 
Barrowby, [Loudon,] sa. a cimetar, surmounting 

a sword in saltier ar. liilts and pomels or, betw. 

four fleurs-de-lis of the last. 
Barsham, [Norfolk,] per pale gu. and ar. a 

chief or, 
Barsham, [Colkirk, Norfolk,] pfr pale or and gu. 

a chief or. 
Barsham, per pale ar. and gu. a chief or. 
Barston, [Norfolk,] quarleily, ar. and sa. over 

all an eagle displayed gu. 
Barston, ar. three spiked clubs sa. two and 

one. 
Bartkrowe, quarterly, ar. and sa. in the se- 
cond and third quarters, a tower triple lowered 

ar. 
Bartiiolemew, or Bartolomew, or, three 

three goafs' heads erased sa. — Crest, a demi 

goat ar. gorged with a chaplet of laurel 

vert. 
Barlholemeiv, ar. a chev. engr. betw. three lions 

rampant sa. 
Barthomley, or Bartumley, gu. three 

frogs, tails erect, or. 
Bartlet, sa. on a chev. flory counterflory 

betw. three doves ar. as many trefoils sli])ped 

I)pr. 
Bartlet, [London,] ar. on a chev. flory, betw. 

three doves ar. charged with as many trefoils 



BAR 

slipped vert, pierced or. — Crest, out of a du- 
cal coronet or, two denii driigous, -without 
wint:fs, vert, tied back to back -Nvitb a cord az. 
issuing from the middle of the coronet, passing 
under their throats, and meeting above their 
lieads in two bows. 

Bartlel, [Kent,] ar. a chev. betw. three martlets 
sa. 

Bartlet, [Kent,] ar. a chev. sa. betsv. three Cor- 
nish choug'iis jjpr. 

Bartlet, [Gloucestershire,] quarterly, per fesse 
indeiiled az. and gu. four crescents counter- 
changed. 

Bartlet, quarterly, per pale indented ar. and gu. 
a crescent counterchanged. 

Bdrtletl, [Stopham, Sussex,] sa. tlu-ee falconers' 
sinister gloves pendant ar. tasselled or. — 
Crest, a swan ar. couched, -vWth her vings ex- 
panded in dorso. [Granted, to Walter Bart- 
let, Esq. November 27, 1616.] 

BartlKi^ie, or, a chev. party per chev. eugr. ar. 
and gri. betw. tliree lions rampant sa. 

Barton, gu. a fesse indented ar. 

Barton, gu. three house-suails or. 

Barton, ar. on a saltier sa. a roundle of masonry, 
charged -with an ermine spot. 

Barton, erra. on a canton sa. an owl ar. (Anotlicr, 
the canton gu. the owl or.) 

Barton, [Bucks,] ar. a chief erm. on a cautou gu. 
an owl of the field. 

Barton, erm. on a canton gu. a martlet or. 

Barton, [Didleston, Salop,] ar. a bend double 
cottised sa. 

Barton, az. two bars ar. a chief erm. 

Barton, per fesse erm. and ar. on a canton gii. an 
owl or. 

Barton, [Cheshire,] ar. three bears' heads couped 
gu. 

Barton, [Barton, Lancashire,] ar. three boars' 
heads cou])ed (another, erased) gii. — Crest, a 
boar's head couped gu. 

Barton, [Barton, Lancashire,] ar. three boars' 
heads couped sa. 

Barton, [Sw ethills, Lancashire,] az. a fesse betw. 
three bucks' iieadscabossed or. (Another, the 
bucks' heads ar.) — Crest, an acom or, leaved 
vert. 

Barton, [Kent,] az. a fesse betw. three bucks' 
heads co>i])od erm. — Crest, an owl ppr. 

Barton, [^^'herby, Yorksliire,] erm. on a fesse 
gu. three annulets or. 

Barton, [Lancashire,] erm. a fesse engr. gu. 

Barton, az. a fesse betw. three squirrels' heads 
or. 

Barton, [Newton, Yorkshire,] ar. a fesse betw. 
six fleurs-de-lis of the first. 



B A S 

Barton, [Sir Henry, Lord Mayor of London, 

1416 and 14^30,] erm. on a saltier sa. an aimu- 

let or, voided of the lirst. 
Bartram, [Baron of Miiford,] or, an orle gu. 
Bartram, [Cumberland,] gu. an orle or. (Another 

adds a label of three points of the second.) 
Bartram, [Staflordshire,] az. an orle or. 
Bartram, [Northumberland,] gu. crusily, an 

orle ar. 
Bartram, or, a lion passant vert. 
Bartram, az. an eagle displayed or. 
Bertram, [Lord of Bothal,] or, an orle az. 
Rartron, ar. an escocheon az. 
Baruxe, ar. a chev. betw. three human or body 

hearts, sa. 
Barway, ar. a barnacle in bend sa. 
Baravell, ar. three martlets sa. betw. two bars 

gu. 
Barwcll, ar. four barrulets az. over all a griffin 

segreant or. 
Baricell, erm. on a chief az. a talbot's head 

couped ar. collai-ed gu. 
Barwcll, gu. a goat climant ar. attired or. 
Baravick, [Northuml)crland,] or, three bears' 

heads erased, muzzled ar. — Crest, on a mount 

vert, a stag or, atlired sa. 
Baricick, [Sutton, Yorkshire,] ai-. three bears' 

heads couped sa. muzzled gu. 
Baricick, az. a cross eogr, or, voided of the 

field. 
Harwich, [AVesthorp, Suffolk,] ai\ three bears' 

heads erased az. muzzled or. 
Barwicke, [Esses, 1592,] ar. three bears' heads 

erased sa. muzzled or. — Crest, an escarbuncle, 

the centre az. the rays ar. 
Barwicke, ar. a fleur-de-hs gu. betn". three bears' 

heads erased sa. muzzled or. 
Bar WIS, [Iselekirk, Cumberland,] ar. a chev. 

betw. tlu-ee bears' heads couped sa. muzzled or. 
Bar WORTH, ai-. a saltier sa. 
Barzey, [Shrewsbury,] ar. two bars gu. on a 

canton of tlie last, a niaunch or. — Crest, a 

squirrel sejant ppr. cracking a nut or. 
Basebroke, az. three mullets in fesse betAV. two 

bars or. 
Basentyne, az. three fleurs-de-lis ar. 
Basenlyne, gu. a fesse dancettee ar. 
Basford, gu. three finned or winged syrens 

ar. 
Basford, [Nottinghamshire,] sa. three dancing 

bears or. 
Bdiford, [Grange, Derbyshire,] az. tluree eagles 

dis])layed betw. two bendlets ar. 
Basha.m, or, three palcfs gu. 
Basluiiii, sa. a crescent ar. 
Basiie, [Hertfordshire,] per chev. ar. and gu. 



)<its{t .wlxi .M 



B A S 

in chief two moorhens sa. combed and IcETg-ed 
g;u. in base a saltier ar. — Crest, a griflia se- 
greant, per pale ar. and sa. collared ^yitll a plain 
collar coiinterchanged, holding- in the bejik a 
broken spciir. 

BusTie, per chcv. ar. and sa. three towers, triple 
towered, coiinterclianged. 

Bashe, [Herefordshire,] per chev. or and g;u. two 
martlets in chief, and a cross in base, counter- 
clianged. 

B.\sniNGS, az. a cross voided, and a bend 



Basjle, ar. three crescents sa. 
B,\S1N, or BlKSiN, sa. thi 



ilotes in pale 



Basilic/, erm. a bordure sa. 

Basing, [London, 1214,] or, six eagles dis- 
played sa. three, two, and one, a canton 

erm. 
Basing, [Kent,] az. a cross criisily, voided or, a 

bend g^u. 
Basing, az. a cross crosslct recoursie ar. 
Basinghold, or Baseingiiold, ar. a saltier 

az. botonee or. 
Basingwp:rke, ar. on a cross engr. vert, five 

mullets or. 
Basire, or Basiek, gu. three bars wavy, m 

chief a mullet of six points ar. 
Basker, or, a cross gu. bezautee. 
Baskerfield, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three 

hurts. 
Baskervile, ar. on a chev. gu. betw. throe 

liurts, as many fleurs-de-lis or. 
Baskervi/e, [Cheshire,] ar. three hurts. 
Baskervile, [Gloucestershire,] ar. on a chev. az. 

C another, gu.) betw. thi-ee hurts, as many cross 

crosslets or. 
Baskervile, [Gloucestershire, Herefordshire, and 

Herts,] ar. a chev. gu. betw. three tor- 

teauxes. 
Baskervile, [Herefordsliire and Warwickshire,] 

Jir. a chev. gu. betw. three hurts. — Crest, a 

wolf's head erased ar. liolding in the mouth an 

arrow, the feathers upwards. (Another crest, 

a hon's head, pierced through the mouth with a 

.spear. Another crest, a garb of rosemary 

ppr.) 
Baskervile, ar. on a chcv. gii. betsv. tlu-ee hurts, 

as many mullets or. 
Baslcervill, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three trivets 

az. 
Baskervill, ar. a chev. az. betw. three tor- 

teauxcs. 
Baskerwicii, ar. a hurt and label of three 

points gu. 
Basket, [Dorsetshire,] az. a chev. erm. betv.'. 



B A S 

three leopards' heads or. — Crest, a demi lion 
or. 

Basket, az. a chev. erm. betw. three dolphins' 
heads or. 

Baskin, [Scotland,] gu. a fesse vair. — Crest, a 
sword and stalk of wheat ia saltier, the last de- 
pressed of the first. 

Basnett, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three helmets 
close ppr. — Crest, an arm e)nbowed in armour 
p])r. holding a cutlas. 

Bassnet, az. a chev. betw. three helmets close 
or. 

Baspooee, [Beston, Norfolk,] ar. a chcv. em- 
battled betw. three lions rampant sa. — Crest, 
out of a ducal coronet or, a stag's head erm. 
attired or, wreathed about the neck ar. and sa. 
and tied behind with two bows. 

Basquer, [Isle of Wight, Hants,] per bend or 
and ar. a lion rampant az. on a chief g;u. a cross 
pattce, fitchee, betw. tv,o estoilcs of the se- 
cond. 

Bassack, [Stepney, Middlesex,] az. three piles 
wavy in point or, on a chief of the first as luany 
mascles of the second. 

Basse, gu. a chev. ar.betv/. three plates. — Crest, 
a demi lion gu. resting liis paw on an oval 
shield in cartouch or, charged with a fleur-de- 
Hs az. 

Bassenden, gu. ou a chev. ar. betw. three mid- 
lets or, as many mascles az. 

Bassextine, az. three fleurs-de-lis or. 

Basser, erm. on a chief indented .... two mul- 
lets .... 

Basset, [Sir Robert, Lord JIayor of London, 
147.5,] gu. three helmets ar. vizors and garnish- 
ing or. 

Basset f, barry nebulee of six or andg-u. C Another, 
ar. and gu.) 

Basseit, paly of eight or and gu. a canton vert. 

Bassetf, [Devon,] paly of eight or and gu. a can- 
ton vair. 

Bassetf, paly of six or and gu. a bordure az. be- 
zantee. 

Bassett, [Gloucestersliire,] erm. on a chief in- 
dented g-u. three estoiles or. (Another, escnl- 
loj)s or.) 

Bassetf, [Gloucestershire,] ai'. on a chief indented 
gu. three mullets or. (Another, esctdlops 
or.) 

Bassetf, [Northumberland,] or, three piles gu. 
(Another, pales) within a bordiu-e az. be- 
zautee. 

Bassetf, [Staffordshire,] or, three piles gu. a can- 
ton vair. 

Bassett, or, three piles gu, on a canton sa, a lion 
rampant ar. 



i '•■ 



B A S 

Bassctt, [Warwicksliirc,] or, three jiilcs in point 

gu. a canton erni. — Crest, a boar's licad ar. 

coiiped gu. 
Bassett, or, tlirec ])iles meeting in the base of 

tlie escochcon sa. a canton crui. (Another, 

vair.) 
Jiassctt, [Langley, Derliysliire,] or, three piles 

meeting in the base of the cscocheon gu. a 

canton ar. charged \vith a grifiiu segTcant sa. 

— Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a boar's 

Iiead gu. ■ 
Bassctt. The same, the canton being charged 

■\\ilh two lions passant gu. 
Bnssift, or, three piles meeting in the base of 

the escochcon sa. within a borduro az. be- 

zantee. 
Bassctt. The same, adding over all a bend 

az. 
Bassctt, or, three pales gu'. 
Bassett, or, three ])alos gu. a canton erm. 
Bassett, [Leicestershire,] bany wavy of six ar. 

and gu. 
Bassett, barry -wavy of six ar. and gu. a canton of 

the second. 
Bassett, baruly ar. and gu. 
Bassett, [Cornwall,] ftr. three bars dancettee 

gu. 
Bassett, barry of six az. and ar. on a chief of tlie 

second three chaplets of the first. 
Bassett, [Cornwall,] bnrry wavy of six or and 

gu. 
Bassett, [Cornwall,] barry wavy of six or and 

az. 
Bassett, ["NYoniberly, Devon,] or, three bars 

wavy gu.- — Crest, an unicorn's head ar. charged 

with two bars dancettee gu. 
Bassctt, [Devon,] gu. three bars undec or. 
Bassett, barry wavy of six ar. and sa. 
Bassett, sa. tliree fleurs-de-lis ar. (Another, 

or.) 
Bassctt, [Somersetshire,] crm. a canton gu. 
Bassett, [Wales,] ar. a chev. betw. three bugte- 

honis stringed sa. (Another, the chev. az.) 
Bassctt, [Essex,] ar. on a chev. betw. three bu- 

glc-borns sa. five cross crosslets of the field. 
Bassett, bendy gu. and or, a canton crm. 
Bassett, gu. on a bend ar. three escallop shells 

sa. 
Bassett, or, three palets gu. a quarter barry ne- 

bulec ai". and az. 
Bassinohorni:, [Badlingham, Cambridgeshire,] 
' gjToiuiy of tv\elve or and gu. 
Bassirir/bunie, g\Tonny of sixteen pieces ar. and 

Bassinrjhoriie, gyronny of eight ar. and gu. 
Bassiiif/horne, g\Tonny of eight ar. and az. 



BAT 

Bassinghnrne, [Cambridgeshire,] gyronny of eight 

vair and gu. 
Bussinijhornc, gjronny of eight or and az. 
Bassiiujhornc, gyronny of eight gu. and vair, 
Basshijhonie, gyronny of twelve vair and gni. 
Bassiiujhorne, gyronny of twelve ar. and gu. 
Bassincjhorne, gyronny of twelve gu. and vert. 
Bas.shujhorne, g)Toiuiy of twelve vair, or, and 

gu. 
Bassiiif/lorne, [Cambridgeshire,] gyronny of twelve 

gu. and vair. 
Bassinc/borne, [Hertfordshire,] gyionny of eight 

or and gni. 
Bassiiirjhorne, []Jncolnsliirc,] gyroany of twelve 

or and az. 
Bassingdon, eru). on a saltier engr. az. five 

fleurs-de-lis or. 
Bassinges, az. a cross engr. or, o^er all a bend 

Bassiii(/es, az. a cross moline quarterly pierced 

or. 
Bassingcs, gu. an inescochcon ar. within an orle of 

cinquefoils pierced of the field. 
Bassixgfokd, az. a bezant. 
BASSl^•G^YE^:KE,o^BA.s.slNG^YERKS, [Cheshire,] 

ar. a cross engr. vert. 
Bass^', quarterly, iudcnted per fessc, sa. and ar. 
Bastajiu, [Arlington, Norfolk,] ar. on a bend 

betw. tliree fleurs-de-lis sa. as many boars' heads 

coupcd or. — Crest, an elephant's head per chev. 

or and sa. erased of the second. 
]5aistard, or Bastkud, [])evon,] or, a chev. 

az. 
BasteI'.D, ar. two bars az. in chief tlnee chaplets 

gu. 
Basthorp, gu. frelty ar. a canton of the last. 
Bastirgk, [Sussex,] az. a cross moline qufirter 

pierced or, 
BaSto, crm. on a fesse cottised sa. three crescents 

or. — Crest, on a w rcath, a horse's head couped ar. 
BastoN', ar. three bats' wings sa. 
Baslon, quarterly, indented per fcsse, or and az. 
BastovIjE, [Essex,] or, a cross sa. charged %^ith 

five midlets of the field. (Another, the field 

ar.) 
Batkerge, sa. filtecn bezants, fi\e, foiu", three, 

two, and one. 
Bate, [Yorkshire, 1505,] sa. a fcsse engr. ar. 

betw. three dexter hands coujied bendways or. 

— Crest, a stag's head ar. attired or, erased gu. 

vulned through the neck with an arrow, gold, 

feathered and headed ar. 
Bate, sa. a fcsse ar, betw. (wo dexter hands 

or. 
Bate, or, throe bats sa. 
J}atc, sa. a fcsse betw. tliree dexter hands ar. 



BAT 

Bate, sa. a fesse betw. three dexter hiinds couped 

bendways ar. 
Bate, sa. a fesse, in chief two dexter hands 



BATK! 



a fesse botw. two dexter hands couped 



Bales, [Halliwell, Nortliumberland,] sa. a fesse 

engrailed betw. three dexter hands, couped at 

the -wrist beudwaNs ar. — Crest, a naked man, 

hoidinp^ in his dexter iiand a willow-wand ppr. 
Bates, piuniby, Yorkshire,] sa. a fesse engr. 

betw. three dexter hands couped ar. 
Bales, [Norfolk,] sa. on a fesse ar. betw. three 

dexter hands couped bendways, or, five mullets 

of the field. 
Bates, [Lincohislure,] ar. on a fesse betw. three 

cinquefoils g^u. a fleur-de-lis erm. 
BatemaN', [London.] or, three crescents, betw. 

the horns of each a star gu. 
Bateman, per fesse indented sa. and ar. three 

demi eagles displayed, couped, counterchanged. 
Baleman, [How-Hall, Norfolk,] or, three es- 

toiles, issuing out of as many crescents gu. 
Baleman, [Norfolk,] sa. a crescent within a bor- 

dure engr. erni. 
Bateman, [Loudon,] or, on a fesse sa. betw. tliree 

JMuscovy ducks jipr. a rose of the first. — Crest, 

a Muscovy duck's head couped betw. tsvo wings 

expanded ppr. 
Bateman, [Suffolk,] sa. three crescents, two and 

one, erm, within a bordure engr. ar. (Another, 

or.) 
Bateman, ar. on a bend sa. three plates. 
Bateman. The same, within a bordure gu. 
Bateman, sa. an orle engr. ar. betw. three crescents 

erm. 
Bateman, [Essex,] sa. sLx lions couchaut coward 

ar-. thi-ee, two, and one. 
Baleman, sa. six lions couchant or, three, two, 

and one. 
Bateman, [Essex,] az. a chev. embattled or, 

betv.-. three martlets ar. a crescent for difier- 

eucc. 
Bateman, or, on a chev. betw. three escallojis gu. 

au ostrich feather ar. 
Bateman, [Whitechapel, Middlesex,] az. a fesse 

nebulee, betw. three crescents, each having an 

csfoile issuing from betw. their horns or. — 

Crest, out of a mural coronet ar. an eagle 

rising, with a small garland in his beak ppr. 
Bateman, ar. on a bend sa. thiee hurts, -within a 

• bordure gii. 
Bateman, or, tliree estoiles gu. the one in base 

issuant out of a crescent of the second. — Crest, 

an increscent ar. betw.'t-wo wings, tlie dexter 

^. sinister g-u. 



BAT 

Bateman, [Sir Anthony, Lord JNJayor of London, 
]t)ti4.] The same "as Batkman, of How- 
Hall, Norfolk. 

Baleman, [Sir James, Lord Mayor of London, 
1717.] The same as Bateman, of London. 

Batkrj; D, or, a chev. az. 

JJatkrkll, chequy or and gu. a chev. az. 

BATKinoN, or Bkckkrton, ar. on a chev. sa. 
three iiroad arrow-heads of the field. 

Batf-SHURY, [Herefordshire,] gu. a fesse vair 
betw. three goats' heads erased ar. 

Bath, [Ireland,] gu. a cross betw. four lions ram- 
pant ar. 

Balk, or, a chev. engr. betw. three -wolves' Leads 
erased sa. 

Bath, or Bathe, [Ireland,] gu. a cross betw. four 
lions rampant guardaut ar. (Another, passant 
guardaut ar.) 

Bathor, [Hungary,] az. three fang-teeth in fesse 
or. 

Bathur.ST, [London,] sa. two bars erm. in chief 
three crosses foriuee or. — Crest, a dexter arm 
embowed, habited in mail, holding in the hand 
])pr. a club -with spikes or. 

Bathiirst, [Hants.] The same. 

Bathurst, [Kent.] The same. 

Balhtirsl, [Isle of V/ight.] The same, -^vith an 
annulet on each bar, and one on the arm, 
or. 

Bathurst, [Gloucestershire,] az. two bars, in 
chief three crosses formee or. — Crest, on a 
mount vert, a horse ppr. 

Batiscombe, ar. a chev. betw three bats dis- 
played sa. 

Batlev, [Yorkshire,] ar. three torteauxes, a chief 
gu. — Crest, a demi lion rampant gu. holding 
betw. the pa-ws a bezant. 

Batmay, az. on a bend ar. cottised or, betw. 
three lions rampant of the third, tluec tor- 
teauxes. 

Batower, erm. a saltier engr. gu. 

Batson, alias Davis, ar. three bats' wings 
erect sa. two and one, on a chief gu. a lion pas- 
sant guardaut ar. — Crest, a bat's wing erect ar. 
[Granted, December 24, 1702, to Captain 
Thomas Batson, who, hij his will, conveyed 
the Estate and Arms to 1^ill^am Davis, a son, 
hij a niece of the said Captain Tliovias Bat- 
son, on condition he should bear both his Name 
and Ar7ns.] 

Bat, or \ [Berks and Yorkshire,] sa. a fesse 

Batt, I engr. ar. betw. three dexter hands, 
couped at the wrist or. 

Ball, [Hackney, Middlesex,] ar. a cross engr. 
betw. three bats displayed sa. — Crest, a wolf 
passant ppr. 

in 



B A V 

Bait, [Kensin<:^ton, ]\li<lJlcsex,] sa. a fcsse erm. 
betw. three dextrr liiinds crerl ar. — Crest, a 
demi liou guttLO de sang, holding;bet\v. tlie paws 
a marsluil's stafi' palewavs or, tijiped at the ends 
sa. [Granted June 21," 1717.] 

Batt, ar. a cross eiigr. botw. four hats displayed sa. 

Batt, [Lord Mayor of London, 12-10,]" sa. a 
chev. betw. three dexfer hands couped ar. 

Balle, [Lord jNIayor of Loudon, 12;>3.] Same 
arms. 

Batt ELL, gii. a griffin segrcant ar. armed az. 
within a bordnre engr. or. 

Batell, gii. a gTiflin segrcant or. 

Batten, ar. a chev. sa. betw. three battle- 
axes az. 

Batten, [Devon,] ar. tliree battle-axes az. 

Batten, az. three battle-axe.s ppr. headed ar. han- 
dles garui.shed or. 

Battersbv, [1605,] or, a saltier, paly of twelve 
cnn. and gu. a crescent in chief sa. — Crest, a 
ram passant erm. armed and nngnled or. 

Batteford, or Batesford, ar. two crescents 
gu. a canton sa. 

Baliffonl. The same; the canton charged with a 
crescent or. 

Bafi/ford, [Suffolk,] ar. on a chev. betw. three 
crosses bottouee sa. iis many fleurs-de-lis of the 
first. 

Battie, [Wadsworth, Yorkshire,] sa. a chev. 
betiv. three goats ar. each goat charged with 
two pellets on a chief of the last a demi wood- 
man with a club erect ppr. betw. two cinque- 
foils gu. — Crest, a stork with a fish in the beak, 
all ppr. (A nollier crest, a kingfisher ppr. ducally 
gorged and chained or, in the mouth a fish ar. 

Baty, sa. a chev betw. three bulls passant ar. 
each charged with t'wo pellets on a chief or, 
a demi woodman with a club betw. tv.o cinque- 
foils gu. 

Battishill, [Westwicke, Devon,] az. a cross 
crosslet in saltier or, betw. four ovis ar. beaked 
and legged gold. (Another, the owls or.) 

Battleround, ai'. an orle embattled on the 
outside az. 

Battlewall, ar. a fesse embattled az. 

Bavent, ar. a lion rampant, queue fourchee sa. 
a bendlet compone of the first and second. 

Bavent, ar. on a cliiaf indented sa. three bezants. 

Bavent, [Norfolk,] ar. a chev. gu. withua a bor- 
dnre (another, engr.) sa. charged with an 
entoire of bezants. 

Bavent, ar. a lion rampant gu. crowned or. 
(Another adds, on the shoulder, afieur-de-lisor.) 

Bavent, ar. a chief indented sa. 

Bavent, or, a liou rampant sa. douljle queued; 
over all a bend gobouated ar. and gu. 



B A W 

Bavant, erm. two bars gu. 

Bavant, erm. two bars gu. charged with six mul- 
lets ))ierced or. 

Bavesor, ar. a lion rampant c^i. tail forked. 

Baugh, [Gloucestershire,] gu. a fesse vair betw. 
three mullets ar. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet 
or, a talbot sejant sa. 

Baw, or Baivood, ar. on a bend cottised sa. 
three eagles dis[)l;iyed or. 

Baumford, o?- ? [])onington, Lincolnshire,] ar. 

Baunford, S a fesse engf. gu. 

Bauzon, or, a lion rampant guardant gu. 

Bawdby, ar. a saltier betw. four rooks sa. 

Baayde, gu. three marlions' A\ings or. 

Bawde, [Curringham, Essex, and Bedfordshire,] 
gu. three chev. ar.- — Crest, a satyr's head in 
profile sn. with wings to the side of the head 
or, the tongue hanging out of his mouth gu. 

Bawde, [Lincolnshire,] gu. two chev. ar. 

Baicde, gu. three lions rampant ar. 

Baiijde, gu. three wings or. 

Baiude, [Essex,] gu. three eagles displayed or. 

Bawde, [Essex,] gu. three eagles' legs erased, 
talons in chief or. 

Bawde, [Lancasliire,] gu. three chev. tsvo ar. and 
one or. 

Baicde, gii. three chev. the first or, second and 
third ar. 

Baude, gu. three eagles' legs erased ;\-la-cuisse or. 

Baud, gu, a chev. ar. betw. two others or. j 

Bawdington, [Gloucester,] ar. on a fesse I 

engr. gu. betw. three birds volant az. as many \ 

bezants, each chaiged with a hon's head erased I 

sa. i 

Bawdrick, [Nottingham,] sa. a chev. ar. sur- 
mounted by another gu. 

Baworiffe, az. a pelican displayed or, wound- 
ed on the breast. 

BawdrU', gu. three swans ar. 

Bawdwin, [Salop,] ar. a saltier sa. 

Bawdivyn, or, a fesse betw. throe water-bougets 
gu. 

Baiudwyn, az. a star of sixteen points or. 

Bawingiiaa', or Bawningham, [Norfolk,] 
ar. on a bend gu. cottised az. three escallops of 
the field. 

Bawne, erm. on a chief indented ar. two trefoils 
slipped sa. \ 

Bawnc, or, a cross az. ] 

Bawre, sa. a cross flory ar. j 

Bawtre, [Cambridge,] ar. on a chev. sa. betw. I 

three lions' heads erased gii. as many fleurs-de-lis '• 

of the first. — Crest, a lion's head erased gu. l 

Bawtre, [Yorkshire,] quarterly, gu. and erm. in 
the first and fourth quarters a goat's head erased 



BAY 

UaXMONT, [Devon,] bariy of six vair and gu. 
J5.VXTED, [Essex,] quaiturly, ar. ;iud gii. ou a 

bend sa. tliree eagles displayed or. 
Baxter, or, six eaglets displayed, three, two, 

and one, ppr. 
Baxter, [Stannow, Norfolk,] gu. a wivern passant 

or, wings expanded, tail nowed; ou a chief of 

the second, three spears' heads az.— Crest, a 

lion's ganih enised or, holding a spear sa. head- 
ed ar. near the head two strings and tassels or. 
Baxter, vert, three squin-els sejant ar. 
Baxter, [Northumberland,] gii. on a heud ar. fovn- 

eagles disjjlaycd vert. 
Baxter, az. a cross betw. four lions sejant giiar- 

dant or. 
Baxter, [Yorkshire,] ar. ou a bend az. three cs- 

toiles of the field. ( Anolhcr, or.) 
Baxter, ar. four w iudiuill-sails, conjoined in saltier 

sa. 
Baxter, erm. ou a cbev. gii. three bezants. 
Baxter, [Cromer, Norfolk,] quarterly, sa. and 

g-u. tliree bucks' heads coupcd at the neck or. 
Baxter, [Norfolk,] ar. on a ])ale sa. three bezants 

within a bordure of the second. (Atiotlicr, the 

bordure engr.) 
Bakster, or Baxter, ar. a bat displayed sa. 
Bay, az. two bars betw. seven cross crosslets, 

three, three, and oue, or, ^rith^n a bordure engT. 

gu. 
Bay, ai-. tluee maples sa. 
Baye, paly of six, or and gu. on a chief of the 

last three escallops of the first. 
Baycp;, [Bucks,] ar. ou a chev. sa. five bezants. 
Bayden, [Cheshire,] vert, a cross or. (Anolktr, 

the cross moline.) 
Bayford, sa. a fesse vaire or aiul sa. betw. three 

leopards' Leads of the second. 
Bcyford, ar. three mullets gu. 
Bayiiouse, [Lincolnshire,] gu. two bars ar. m 

chief thi-ee escallops of the second. 
Bayousse, [Iliuitingdon,] ar. a lion rampant purp. 
Bayouse, [Lincolnshire,] gu. frno bars ar. iu chief 

three escallops of the second. 
Bayouse, bany of six ar. and gu. 
Baiouse, ar. three lions rampant purp. 
Baioiise. The same, with a label gu. 
Bayland, [Suflblk,] az. a saltier engr. or. 
Bayldon, [Bayldon, Yorkshire,] ar. a fesse 

betw. three fleurs-de-lis gu. (Another, sa.) 
Bayler, gu. three piles ar. 
Bayley, [Middle Temple,] sa. a chev. betw. 

three body hearts or. — Crest, a denii lion guar- 

daut or, holdhig in the paw a branch vert. 
Bayley, [Iloddesdon, Herts, 1G34,] ar. tluee tor- 

tcauxes, two and one, a chief gu. — Crest, out of 

a ducal coronet or, a nag's head ar. 



B A 1 

Bayley, [London,] gu. a fesse vair, in chief a 
bezant charged with an anchor sa. betw. two 
estoiles or, in base three martlets ar. — Crest, a 
dexter arm embowed, habited az. on the ann 
a fesse vair, the hand i)pr. sui)porting a stalV or. 

Bayley, ar. a fesse betw. three martlets gu. 
charged with as many plates. (Another, be- 
zants.) — Crest, a griflin sejant erm. wings and 
fore-legs or. 

Bayky, az. nine estoiles ar. three, three, aud 
three. — Crest, a boar's head erased jipr. 

Bayly, [London,] gu. a fesse vair betw. two mul- 
lets of six points in chief, and a heart in base 
ar. — Crest, an ami couped at the elbow, and 
erect, habited gu. charged with a fesse vair, the 
cufl' ar. holding iu the hand ppr. a mullet of six 
points or. 

Bayly, ar. three torteauxes two, and one. 

Bayly, ar. a chev. erm. betw. three mullets gu. 
(Another, martlets.) 

Bayly, [Bristol,] or, on a fesse engr. betw. three 
nags' heads erased az. as manj' fleurs-de lis gold. 
— Crest, a goat's head az. beziuitee, aitired or. 

Bey ley, ar. three torteauxes, two and one. 

Bailey, erm. three bars v.'avy sa. 

Baylie, az. three doves vising ar. legged gu. and 
crowned with ducal coronets or. ^Borne by 
Richard Baylie, President of St. Johns Col- 
lec/e, and Dean of >Salisbun/, icho died in 
l(i(J7.] 

Baillie, az. nine stars ar. three, three, two, and 
one, 'v\ithin a bordure ar. charged vriih eight 
crescents of tiie first. — Crest, the moniing-star 
]>pr. 

Baillie. The same, within ti bordure coxniter ne- 
hulee ar. and sa. — Crest, a star of eight points 
or, issuing out of a cloud ppr. (Anolhcr, the 
bordure wavy or.) 

Baillie, [Scotland,] sa. a sun or, betw. nine stars 
ar. three, two, three, and one. — Crest, a ere-, 
scent or. 

Baillie. The same, a crescent for difference. 

Baillie, az. the moon in her complement, betw. 
nine stars ar. three, two, three, and one. — 
Crest, a dove vokmt, holding in the beak a 
branch of olive. 

Baillie, az. nine stars ar. three, tliree, two, and 
one. — Crest, a boai-'s head couped. Supporters, 
two boars ppr. 

Bayliff, ar. on a chev. gu. three martlets or, betw. 
as many body hearts of the .second. 

Bailiffe, ar. ou a bend betw. tliree martlets gu. 
three jjlates. 

Bayloi'FE, [Northumberland,] ar. an orle gu. 
a label of tlu-ee points sa. 

BaiIjMOLFE, or, an orle purp. , 

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BAY 

BaylIS, [London,] or, on a cross az. hetw. four 
ermine s[)ots, five esfoilcs ar. — Crest, a demi 
antelojje pjir. gorpjed with a collar, and buckled 
or. [Granted, June 2, 1725.] 

Bai/lis, erin. a cliev. az. betw. two bay-trees 
eradicated and fructed in chief ppr. in base a 
lamb ar. resting- his dexter foot on a roll of scar- 
let cloth.— Crest, out of an eastern coronet or, 
charged on the band vith an auricula flower, a 
bay-tree fructed, all ppr. [Grcinied to Thomas 
BayUx, of New-Mills. Gloucestershire, 1775.] 

Bayloll, or Bayi.iol, ar. an orle pu. 

Bayloll, or Bayliol, ar. an orle vair, a label of five 
points f^-u. 

Bayloll, or Baylrek, gii. an orle ar. 

Bayloll, or Bayleek, ar. an orle az. 

Bayloll, [Scotland,] gu. an orle erm. (Another 
adds a label of five points nz.) 

Bayloll, or, an orle vair. (Another adds a label 
of three points gu.) 

Bayloll, quarterly, gu. and or, in the first quai'ter 
a lion rampant ar. 

Bayman, gu. a chev. betw. three bulls' heads 
ar. 

Bayman, or, on a cross sa. five bulls' lieads ar. 

Baymond, barry of six ar. and az. 

Baymont, [Devon,] barry of six vair p.iid gu. 
. Baymy, ar. three fleurs-de-lis sa. 
,' -Baymyn, erm. on a chief indented sa. three 
fleurs-de-lis ar. 

Baynar, or Bainer, sa. a chev. or. 

Baynard, [Norfolk,] sa. a chev. erm. 

Baynard, ar. a chev. sa. on a chief gu. three an- 
nulets or. 

Baynard, [Blagdon, Somersetshire,] sa. a fesse 
, betw. two chev. or. — Crest, a demi unicorn ram- 

pant or, armed ppr. crined sa. Supporters, 
two unicorns or, armed and hoofed ppr. crined 

• sa."^ 

Baynard, or Baynyard, [Sufl'olk,] ar. a chev. betw. 
three birds sa. 

Baynard, [Norfolk,] sa. a fesse betw. two chev. 
or, charged with three martlets of the field. 

Baynard, gu. three chev. erm. (Another udds n 
label of three points or.) 

Baynard, or, a fesse betw. two chev. sa. 

Baynard, [Stukey, Norfolk,] sa. oh a fesse betw. 
two chev. or, three birds sa. beaked and legged 
gu. — Crest, a bird's claw erased sa. charged 
•with a mullet or. 

Bainard, erm. a fesse betw. two chev. sa. 

Bainard, sa. a fesse betw. two chev. ar. 

Bainard. See Banaud. 

Baynhridge. See Bainbrigg. 

Bayniiry, [Yorkshire,] az. two pole-axes or, 
headed ar. on a chief or, two mullets of the 
field, pierced gu. 



BAY 

Bayn, [Scotland,] az. a wolf's head erased or, 
armed and langued gu.— Crest, a dexter hand 
grasping a dirk or. 

Bayn. The same, within a bordure counter- 
compoued az. and or. 

Bayne, [Fife, Scotland,] az. a garb or, banded of 
the first betw. three thistles gold. 

Bai/ne, [Lancashire,] vert, on a chev. embattled 
or, betw. three martlets ar. as many cinquefoils 
gu. — Crest, an estoile or. 

Bayne, az. a chev. embattled or. 

Bayne. See Bkaghan. 

Baine, [Cheshire,] az. a fesse creucllee or, betw. 
three martlets ar. 

Bane, sa. two leg-bones in cross ar. 

Bane, per saltier ar. and az. 

Bain, az. a volf's head erased or, within a bor- 
dure ar. — Crest, a dexter arm in armour em- 
bowed ppr. garnished or, grasping a dagger, 
also ppr. Motto over the crest, JE^ marie el 
arte. [Confirmed, 1784, to Michael Bain, 
Tisq. late Captain of the King's Regiment of 
Light Dragoons, descended from the ancient 
family of Tidloch of that name, in the county 
of Aberdeen.'] 

Baynes, [Cheshire,] az. on a chev. embattled 
or, betw. tluee martlets ar. as many cinquefoils 
gu. (Another, the cinquefoils sa.) 

Baynes, [Cumberland, London, and Essex,] sa. 
a shin-bone in pale, surmounted by another in 
fesse ar. — Crest, an arm couped, vested az. 
holding in the hand ppr. a jaw-hone ar. 

Baynes, [London,] per bend or and az. three 
roundles in pale counterchanged. 

Baynes, [Cheshire,] az. a chev. embattled or, 
betw. three martlets ar. 

Baynfield, [Devon,] or, on abend gu. three 
mullets ar. 

Baynham, [Gloucestershire, IGol,] gu. on a 
chev. betw. tluee bulls' heads cabossed ar. an 
estoile sa. — Crest, out of a mural coronet gu. a 
bull's head ar. 

Baynham, [Herefordshire,] vert, a cross moline 
betw. four cross crosslets fitchee or. 

Baynham, [Kent and Gloucestershire,] gu. a 
chev. betw. three bulls' lieads cabossed ar. armed 
or. — Crest, a bull's head couped at the neck or. 

Baynham, sa. three mullets ar. 

Baynham, gu. tliree chev. erm. 

Baynham, [Herefordshire, 1588,] vert, a cross 
mohne or.— Crest, a beaver ppr. 

Bayninge, [London,] or, two bars sa. each 
charged with as many escallops of the field. 

B.^YNTON, [Wilts,] sa. a bend lozengy ar. — Crest, 
a grirtin's head erased sa. 

Bayntoit, ar. on a fesse betw. three crescents gu. 
a hon passant of the field. 



B E A 

Beynton, sa. a bend fusily ar. 

BeynloH, az. sLs escallops or, three, two, and one. 

Uavon, [Cheshire,] orni. two bars wavy gu. in 

• chief three boars' heads couped sa. 

Bayons, or Bavos, paly of six, or and gu. 
on a cliicf of the second an escallop of the first. 
(Another, three escallops or.) 

Bayons, [Lincolnshire and Essex,] ar. three lions 
ram)jant pnrp. 

Bavrk, gu. three bars gobonated ar. and sa. 

Baybi'.FORD, ar. a bear salient sa. muzzled, col- 
larc-d, and chained or. 

Bayu, [Cheshire,] az. on a chev. embattled or, 
tliree cinquefoils gii. betw. as many martlets 
ar. 

Bkaciicropt, bendy of six, ar. and gu. three 
stags' heads cabossed or. — Crest, a beach-free 
ppr. behind six park pales or. \_Gran(e(l Ko- 
vembcr 12, 1717. The same home by Sir 
Robert Beachcrofl, Lord Mayor of London, 
1712.] 

BeaciiI'R, [Sir Edward, Lord Mayor of I^n- 
don, 1728,] quarterly; first and fourth, vaire 
ai'. and gu. on a canton or, a buck's head 
cabossed ; second and third, az. a chev. betw. 
three lions passant ar. 

Beacon, or Bkcon, quarterly, or and sa. four 
leopards' heads counterchangcd. 

Bf.adlkffe, ar. three bead-tree leaves vert. 

Beaf, ar. a chev. betw. tliree crosses formee 
sa. 

Bfafike, az. three demi helmets or. 

Bkagiian, ar. a chev. gu. witliia a bordure sa. 
bezantee. — Crest, a pellet betw. two ^^^ngs 
expanded, paly of sLx, perfesse counterch;inged 
gu. and sa. 

Beake, [Dorsetshire,] barry wavy of six ar. and 
sa. on a canton of the second a leopard's head 
or. — Crest, an ostrich's bead ar. in the beak a 
horse-shoe or. 

Beake, [^Maidstone, Kent,] gu. a cross llory 
erm. 

BenJce, gT^i. a cross moline ar. 

Beke, or Beck, [Berkshire, and Beck, Lancashire,] 
or, two bars dancettee sa. on a chief az. three 
annulets ar. — Crest, a peacock's head erased or, 
gorged with two bars diiiiccttcc sa. betw. two 
wings az. each charged with three bezants pale- 
ways. (Another crest, a hare's head.) 

Beke, [Durham,] gu. a cross moline ar. 

Beke, gu. a cross erm. 

Jieke, [Norfolk,] gu. a cross moline ar. betw. four 
wolves' heads erased or. (Another, nags' 
heads or.)— Crest, a dragon's liead erased or, 
collared vair. 

Beke, gu. a cross sarcelly ar. 



B E A 

Beke. See Beak. 

Beeke, gu. a cross moline voided ar. —Crest, 
out of a ducal coronet gu. two bull's horns 
erm. 

Beeke. See Beak. 

Beale, [Kent,] sa. on a chev. betw. three grif- 
fins' heads erased or, as many estoiles pierced of 
the field. 

Beak', [Surrey,] sa. on a chev. betw. three grif- 
fins' heads erased or, as many mullets of the 
field. — Crest, a unicorn's head sa. erased gu. 
armed and crined or. 

Beak, sa. on a chev. or, betw. three g-riffin.s' 
heads erased ar. as many estoiles gu. 

Beak, [Southam])toii,] ar. three torfeauxes. 

Beak, [London,] sa. on a chev. betw. tliree 
griffins' heads erased ar. three estoiles gu. — 
Crest, a unicorn's head erased or, semee 
d'estoiles gu. [Heralds' Office, London, C. 
24.] 

Beak, [Herefordshire and Xorthamptonshire,] 
ar. a chev. betw. three pheons sa. the two 
in chief lying fessew ays point to point. 

Beall, sa. a chev. betw. tlu-ee wolves' heads 
erased or, charged with as many cinquefoils of 
the field. 

Bealew, or Belew, [Yorkshire,] sa. a fret 
or. 

Bkaelsford, or, a cinqucfoil sa. pierced of the 
field. 

BeanbRAS, or Beaubras, baruly, or and 
az. 

Beanisulk, or, on a fesse sa. three bezants. 
(Another, the field ar.) 

Beancastle, sa. a fesse ar. 

Beane, gu. three beau-cods pendant or. 

Beaxeveill, or Beavill, az. a chief or. 

Beaniill, az. a chief ar. 

Beanvill, sa. a chev. betw. three mullets pierced 
ar. 

Bkanford, or Beaijford, [Lancashire,] per 
pale ar. and az. on a bend gu. a lion passant 
guardaiit or. (Another, three lions.) 

Bean LEY, or Beawley, or, a chev. gu. betw. 
three torteauxes. 

Bean SHOP, [E.^sex,] ar. three cross crosslets in 
fesse betw. tM o bars gemelles sa. witkin a bor- 
dure of the second. 

Bear BOAR, or, a bear's head couped reguardant 
sa. 

Beard, [Aberton, and Cowfold, Sussex,] erm. 
on a quarter sa. a saltier or, charged with iive 
lleurs-de-lis gu. -Crest, on a chapeau gu. 
turned up erm. a tiger couchant or, tufted, 
mailed, and armed, sa. 

Beard, ar. three men's heads couped jipr. 



B E A 

Beard, [North Kells, and Hurst-Perpoint, Lin- 

colnsliu-e,] sa. on a cliev. bebv. ten martlets ur. 

five ogresses. 
Beard, [Beard-Hall, Derbyshire,] az. a cliev. ar. 

betw. three tiefoils slipped or. 
Beard, ar. three men's heads couped sa. \\ithin a 

bordure az. 
Beare, or Beere, [Kent, 1586,] ar. a bear 

rampant sa. and canton gu.- — Crest, on a giirb; 

lying fesseways or, a raven sa. 
Beare, ar. a beai- in pale salient sa. armed gu. a 

canton erm. 
Beare, ar. a bear saheut sa. 

Beare, [Devon,] ar. three bears' Iicads sa. muz- 
zled or. 
Bearecroft, [Worcester,] ar. on a chev 

three mullets sa. 
Bcarcroft, ar. three bears passant sa. muzzled 

or. 
Bearcroft, [^''orcester,] sa. on a chev. betw. three 

bcm-s' heads erased ar. three swans close of the 

first. 
Beareford, ;tr. a bear sa. 

Berewood, or, a bear's head coui)ed gu. muz- 
zled ar. 
Bearsley, or, a bend bet^v. six martlets 

sa. 
Bearwell, sa. a hand-barrow betw. three roses 

or. 
Beasley, gu. a chev. ar. betw. three plates. 
BecsJey, ar. tlu-ee torfeauxes and a chief gu. 
Beselei/, [Lancashire and York,] ar. three tor- 

teauxes and a chief gu. 
Beselcij, ar. three torteaiixes, two and one. 
Besley, quarterly, or and sa. a bend gu. 
Beast, gu. tlu-ee bars gemells or. 
Beisf, or Biest, [Salop, 15SG,] gu. three bundles 

of arrows or, feathered and headed ar. tied in 

the middle with a string of the last, three iu each 

bundle, viz. two in saltier and one iu pale, 

points downwards. — Crest, a sinister arm couped 

above the elbow, habited sa. cuff ai. hand ppr. 

holding a strmged bow, also ppr. 
Bea.'^TIRE, ar. a yelve iron head sa. 
Beathall, or "Beathatt, ai-. three boars' 

heads cou])ed gu. within a bordure sa. 
Beatsox', gu. a chev. betw. three spears' heads 

ar. — Crest, on a wreath, a bee volant jjpr. 

l^Boriie by Major-General Alexander Bealsoii, 

of Knowle-Farm, Sussex, 1823.] 
Beau, masonry ar. a chief az. charged with a 

demi lion is^uant of the field. 
Bi;auchamf, gu. a fesse betw. six pe;irs 

or. 
Bcauchamp, gu. on a fesse betw. six cross crosslets 

or, a crescent sa. 



B E A 

Beauchamj), gu. a fesse betv,-. three cross crosslets 

or. 
Beauchamj), [Essex,] ai'. a lion rampant sa. crowned 

gu. (Jnother, the field or.) 
Beauchamj), [Powycke, Gloucestershire,] gu. a 

fesse betw. six billets or, a canton erm. — Crest, 

a tiger passant or, vulned iu the shoulder 

g"- 
Beauchamp, [Bedfordshire,] gu. a fret ar. 
Beauchaiiip, [Bedfordshire,] gu. frettv ar. 
Beauchamp, [Bedfordshire,] gu. a fret of eight 

ar. a label vert. 
Beaitcha)!ip, [Essex,] or, a lion rampant sa. crowned 

of the field. 
Beauchamp, gu. billettee, a fesse or. 
Beauchamj), [Somersetshire,] vair. 
Beauchamp, [Bucks,] vair, a label of three points 

within a bordure gu. 
Beaucha>iij), or, a fesse gu. 
Beauchamj), [Fifield, Essex,] or, a lion rampant 

sa. cro-svued gu. pearled of the second. 
Beauchamp, sa. three lions' heads erased ar. 

crowned or. 
Beauchamp, sa. a chev. or, betw. three lions' 

heads erased ar. 
Beauchamp, gu. a bend ar. in the smisfer corner 

an aimulet of the last. 
Beauchamj), ar. a chev. betw. three crescents 

sa. 
Bcauchamp, gu. a fesse betw. six mullets or. 
Beauchamp, \i\\v, a label gu. (another, or,) in 

chief a mullet pierced az. 
Beauchamp, vair, on an inescocheon ar. a chief 

gu. 
Beauchamp, [Earl of Warwick,] chequy or and 

az. a chev. erm. 
Beauchamp, [Bletso,] gu. on a fesse betw. six 

martlets or, a mullet pierced sa. 
Beaucliampe, [Somersetshire,] gu. a bend vair. 
Beauchampe, [Essex,] gTi. a fesse betw. six tre- 
foils slijiped or. 
Beauchampe, [Gloucestershire and Warwickshire,] 

gu. a fesse betw. six cross crosslets or. 
Beauchanij)e. The same, withiu a bordure of the 

second. 
Beauchampe, ar. on a cliief indented sa. three 

mullets of the field. 
Beauchamj)e, harry of six ar. and az. 
Beauchampe, [Essex,] or, a lion passant guardant 

sa. crowned gu. 
Beauchampe, [Gloucestershire,] gu. a fesse betw. 

six martlets or. 
Bcauchamj>€, [Gloucestershire.] The same, within 

a bordure ar. 
Beuucha»ij)e, gu. a fesse or, iu chief tliree mullets 

of the second. 



B E A 

Jieaiichampe, sa. a diev. betw. three lions' heads 

erased ar. crowned or. 
Beauckampe, [Hoult, Essex,] gn. a fesse bctw. 

six billets or. — Crest, a span's head and neck 

ar. beaked gu. betw. a pair of wiugs sa. 
Beauchampe, [Baron of Bedford,] quarterly, or 

and gu. a bend sa. 
Beauchampe, [Worcester and Cornwall,] gii. a 

fesse or. 
Beauchampe, ga. a fesse or, betw. six bezants. 
Beauchampe, quarterly, or and gu. a lieud of the 

second. 
Beauchampe, quarterly, per fesse indented or aiid 

gu. a bond of the last. 
Beauchampe, quarterly, ar. and gu. a bend of the 

kst. 
Beauchampe, [Lord of St. Aniand,] gu. a fesse 

betw. six martlets or, -within a bordure ar. 
Beauchatt, ar. a chev. eiigr. bctw. three cats' 

lieads guardant gu. — Crest, a cat's head erased 

guardant gu. 
Beauchkev, or, three lions' heads coupcd 

sa. 
Beaucler, [Suffolk,] or, a liou rampaut gu. 

gorged with a crown ar. 
Beauclerk, quarterly; first and fourth, France 

and England quarterly ; second, ScotlaJid ; 

third, Ireland; over all, a sinister baton gu. 

charged with three roses ar. seeded and barbed 

ppr. — Crest, o)i a chapeau gu. turned up erm. 

a lion passant guardant or, duc;Jly crowned, 

per pale ar. and gu. gorged with a collar of the 

last, charged with three roses of the fourth. 
Beaucray, ar. three lions' heads erased sa. 
Beaufais, gii. a saltier betw. four cross crosslets 

fitchee ar. 
Beaufelde, gu. a fleur-de-lis erm. 
Beaxjfey, ar. a chev. betw. three crosses formee 

Beaufitz, or Beavis, quarterly, per fesse in- 
dented ar. and az. 

Beaufoe, or Beaufe, ar. ou a chev. sa. three 
crosses formee or. 

Beax'ford, per pale ai-. and az. on a bend gu. 
three lions passant guardant or. 

Beauford, per fesse ar. and gu. three roundlcs 
counterclianged. 

Beauford, ar. a fesse engr. gu. 

Beauford, or Beaufort, quarterly, France and 
England, within a bordure, gobonated ar. and 
az. — Crest, a portcullis or, nailed az. chains of 
the first. 

Beauford, [Warwickshire,] ar. on a bend sa. three 
cinquefoils of the field. 

Beuford, gu. a chief ar. 

Beaufort, [Duke of Exeter,] quarterly, France 



B E A 

and Englaiul, within a bordure goltony, ar. and 
az. flowered or. 

Bi.AUFREK, or Beawpree, [Norfolk,] vert, a 
lion rani|iant or, and bend gu. 

Beaumaris, or, on a fesse az. a crescent ar. 
(Another, the crescent or.) 

Beaumaris, or, a fesse az. 

]3i:vuMES, [Huntingdonshire,] az. six garbs 
or. 

Bcaumes, az. six garbs close topped or. 

Beau. MONO, az. semee of fleurs-de-lis a lion 
rampant or. 

Beaumond. The same, with a label gu. 

Bcaumond, az. a buck's head befsv. three arrows 
or, feathered and headed ar. 

Beaumond, az. semee of fleurs-de-lLs, a lion ram- 
pant or, over all a bend gohony ar. and gu. each 
of the first charged with a mullet sa. 

Beaumont, az. a lion rampant betw. _eight fleurs- 
de-lis or. — Crest, on a chapeau gu. turned up 
erm. a lion })assant or. [Borne ly George 
Beaumont, Esq. of Bucldand, Surrey, 18"2:3.] 

Beaumont, lozengv or and az. v.ithin a bordure 
gu. platee. 

Beaumont. [Stoughton-Grange, Leicestershire.] 
az. a lion rampant betvv. eight fleurs-de-lis or. — 
Crest, on a chapeau az. charged with tluec 
fleurs-de-hs in fesse or, turned up erm. a lion 
passant of the second. 

Beaumont, [Grace-Dieu, Leicestershire.] Tlie 
same. 

Beaumont , gu. three bars ar. 

Beaumont, gu. a cinquefoil erm. (Another, 
pierced.) 

Beaumont, [Devon,] barry of six vau- and gu. — 
Crest, a heron, or stork, with v.ings expanded, 
ar. 

Beaumont, [Whitley-Hall, Yorkshire,) gu. a lion 
rampant witliin an orle of crescents ar. 

Beaumont, [Leice.ster, and Beaumont-ILdl, Suf- 
folk,] az. a lion rampant betw. ten fleurs-de-lis 
or, armed and langued gu. — Crest, an elephant 
surmounted with a tower triple towered ar. 
garnished or. (Another crest, a Hon passant 
or.) 

Beaumont, ar. a lion rampant gu. 

Beaumont. The same, with a label of three 
points az. each charged with two bezants. 

Beaumont, az. a lion rampant ar. (another, or.) a 
bend gobonated of the last and gu. (Another, 
erm. and gu.) 

Beaumont, [Devon,] barry of six vair and gu. 

Beaumont, [Yorksliire,] barry of six erm. and 

?"• 
Beaumont, az. a lion rampant or, armed of the 
field. 



B E A 

Beaumont, [L. of Folkiiigliam,] az. florettee, a 
lion rampant or, a bciidlet compon6e ar. and 

Beaumont, [Devon,] barry of six g-u. and vair. 
Beaumont, [Colorton,] az. seniec of flciirs-dc-lis, 

a lion rampant or, charged on the shoulder witji 

a fleur-de-lis sa. 
Beaupell, gn. a bend vair cottised ar. 
Beaupell, g-ii. a bend vair cottised sa. bctw. .six 

escallops ar. 
l^EAUPENV, [Somcrset.shire,] ar. a chev. sa. in 

chief two crosses formee, and in b;ise a saltier 

of the second. 
Beaupre, [Cornwall,] vert, a lion rampant or, 

over all a bendlet gu. 
Bcaupree, ar. on a bend az. a fesse befw. two 

cross crosslets or. 
Beaupree, vert, a liou rampant or, over all a baton 

az. 
Bi;ausy, ai\ a chc\'. betw. three eagles displayed 

gu. 
Beauty, az. three lilies, stalks slipped, ppr. 
Beauvoir, [London,] ar. a chev. betw. three 

cincjuefoils gu. — Crest, a dcmi dragon with wings 

endorsed ppr. [Descended from the Beauvoiis 

of Guernsey.'] 
Beauvois, [Earl of Southampton,] ar. three 

lions passant guardant or. 
Beauvois, az. three garbs close topped or. 
Beauvois, [Bishop and Earl,] or, a cross betw. 

four keys gu. 
Beevor, per pale or and ar. on a chief in- 
dented sa. three lions rampant of the fint. — 

Crest, a beaver passant ppr. [Granted May 20, 

1751.] 
Bever, [Hammersmith, ]\Iiddlesex,] az. a cafherine- 

wheel or. 
Beever, ar. three beavers' tails gu. 
Beaviel. See Bevill. 
Beavvfice, az. three close helmets or, two and 

one. (Another, ar.) 
Beaiifice, az. three crosses sarcelly ar. 
Beaufice, ar. a fesse betw. tliree lozenges az. 
Beavveoy, erra. on a ,bend az. three cinquefoils 

pierced or. 
Beawfoy, or Beuufy, ar. a chev. betw. three eagles 

displayed gu. 
Beavverens, paly of six or and gu. 
BEA"SVFRE'r, az. tliree head pieces reversed ar. 

two and one. 
Beaweot, ar. on a bend sa. tlrree buckles of the 

field. 
Beawpell, gu. a bend vair, cottised ar. 
Beawpell, gu. a bend vair betw. six escallops 

or. 
Beaupell, gu. a bend vair, 



EEC 

Beawshin, paly wavy of six ar. and sa. ou 
a chief of the last, three crescents of the first. 

Beavvson, ar. on a chev. sa. three crosses formoe 
or. 

Beawsted, gu. a goat salient ar. armed or. 

Bei3ENi;urg, ar. the top of a tower double tur- 
retted gu, 

BEBERiioitT, [Cornwall,] ai-. a chev. gu. betw. 
three tortcauxes. 

Bep.ington, [Bebington, Cheshire,] sa. three 
slags' heads cabossed ar. • — Crest, out of a coronet 
a dcmi eagle displayed sa. bezantee. 

Becard, ar. three cusliious gu. tasselled or. 

Bechburg, sa. three beading knives iii pale, the 
hafts contrary posed. 

Beghe, vaire ar. and gu. 

Beclie, vaire, ar. and gu. on a canton of the first 
a martlet sa. 

Beche, ar. on a bend gu. three lions' heads couped 
or, in chief a martlet sa. 

Beche, gu. three lions passant ar. billettee sa. 

Beche, az. three shovellers or, membered gu. two 
one. 

Beche, [Berkshire,] ar. on a bend gu. three bucks' 
heads cabossed or. 

Beche, vaire, ar. and gu. a bend sa. 

Beche, gu. three lions passant ar. on a bend sa. as 
many bucks' heads cabossed or. 

Beche, or, on a bend gu. three bucks' heads of 
the field. 

Beche, gu. tliree bulls' heads or. 

Bechee, vaire, ar. and gu. on a canton of the se- 
cond, a covered cup or. 

Becher, vaii-e, ar. and gu. ou a canton or, a 
buck's head cabossed of the second. — Crest, on 
a wreath, a demi iion rami)ant gu. the body en- 
circled with a ducal coronet or. [Borne by John 
Becher, Esq. of Chancellor-House, Tuiihridcje- 
Wells, Kent, 1823.] 

Becher, or Beach, [Kent and Bedfordshire,] 
vaire, ar. and gu. on a canton or, a buck's 
head cabossed sa. — Crest, out of a ducal coro- 
net or, a demi lion ar. (Another crest, a demi 
liou IU-. enfiled round the body with a ducal 
coronet or.) 

Becher, sa. frctty or. 

Becher, [Kent,] vair, ou a canton or, a buck's 
head cabossed sa. 

Becher, sa. a fret or, aud label of tliree points 

Bcechcr, vaire, ar. and gu. on a canton or, a stag's 
head cabossed vert. [Granted to James Beechcr, 
of Shorne, Kent, hy Robert Cooke, Claren- 
cieux, October G, 1574.] 

Becheton, az. three irons, or digging spades, or, 
two and one. 



B E C 

IjKCHORN, az. a chief iiideuted ar. 

Bkchy, sa. a fret of eight or, a hihel ^u. 

I5];cK, az. three cod fishes uaiaiit hi pale 
ar. 

Beck, [Beck, Liiicohishire.] See Beke. 

]}cck, quarterly ; first, or, a raven sa. ; second iiiid 
third sa. a mullet of six points or; fourth, a dol- 
pbiii haurieiit ar. — Crest, a raven ppr. betw.two 
ving^s or. 

Bid; [Yorkshire,] gii. a cross sarcelly crm. 

Beck, gu. a cross patonce ar. 

Beck, gii. a cross erm. 

Beck, [Loudon,] or, a blackbird ppr. 

BiXKARD, [Cambrid^^eshire,] ar. a cross gu. 
betw. four eagles displayed az. 

Beckard, or, a saltier gu. betw. four eagles dis- 
played vert. 
, Bj:cken,S.a.W', sa. a cross pattee ar. in chief sinis- 
ter, an escallop shell 

Beckerinc, or Bekeking, quarterly, ai-. and 
gu. a bend sa. 

Bcckcrimj, chequy ar. and gu. on a chev. sa. three 
escallops or. 

Beckeriiif/, lozengy or and gu. 

Beckering, [Yorkshire,] chequy ar. and gu. a bend 
sa. (Anotlier, az.) 

Beckering, chequy or and gu. a bend sa. 

Beckerolles, az. a chev. betw. three crescents 
or. 

BlXKETT, ar. three Cornish choughs ppr. 

Beckett, [^Vilts,] or, on a chev. betv,-. three lions' 
heads erased gu. a tleur-de-lisbetw.twoaiinulets 
of the field. 

Beckett, or, a chev. betw. three leopai'ds' heads 

Becket, [Norfolk,] ar. on a chev. gu. three cinque- 
foils of the field. (Another, roses ar. barbed 
vert.) 

Becket, [Ireland,] per chev. or and gu. three lions' 
heads erased, couuterchanged. — Crest, a Cor- 
nish chough (b)/ some called a BeckilJ ppr. 
[Granted, April] 1GG7.] 

Becket, [Courthither, Cornwall,] sa. a fesse betw. 
three boais' heads coupcd or, and t\\ elve cross 
crosslets of the second. — Crest, a Cornish chough 
sa. wings expanded, beaked and legged gu. 
ducally gorged or. 

Becket, erm. a chief paly az. and ar. 

Becket, [Cornv.uU,] gu. a fessc erm. betw. three 
boars' heads couped or. 

Becket, ar. a Uon rampant gu. betw. three pheons 
sa. 

Becket, sa. a fesse betw. three boars" heads coupcd, 
and six cross crosslets fitchee or. 

Beckel, or, a chev. betvv. three lions' heads erased 
gu. 



B E C 

Becqiiet, ar. a cross pattee fitchee betw. three 
martlets gu. 

Beckford, [London,] per pale gu. and az. on a 
chev. ar. betw. tlu-ee martlets or, an eagle dis- 
played sa. — Crest, a stork's head erased, in the 
moiitli a fish, all ppr. 

Beckford, ar. a chev. sa. betw. three trefoils slipped 
vert. 

Beckford, az. a chev. betw. three martlets or. 

Beckford. [Lord Mayor of London, 1703 and 
1770,] ])er pale gu. and az. on a chev. ar. betw. 
three martlets or, an eagle displayed of the se- 
cond. 

Beckham, or Bechorn, az. a chief indented 
ar. 

Beckham, [Leicestershire,] chequy or and az. a 
fret erm. 

Beckham, chequy or and sa. a fesse erm. — Crest, 
a horse's head ar. pierced through the neck with . 
a broken tilting spear or, and holding in the 
mouth the top of the spear embnied gu. 

Becking, quarterly, or and gu. a bend sa. 

Bi;cKiNGilAM, ['J''ols-hunt-Beckiiigham, Essex,] 
sa. a fesse crenellee erm. betw. three escallops 
ar. — Crest, a demi griflin sa. holding in the 
dexter claw a cutlass ar. hilt and pomel or. 

Beckingham, [Berks and Essex,] ar. two bars gu. 
on a canton of the second, a cinquefoil of the 
fir.t. 

Beckingham, ar. a chev. betw. three bucks' faces 
gu. 

Beckingham, [Hoe, Norfolk,] ar. a fesse crenellee, 
(another, embattled counterembattled,) betw. 
three escallops sa. — Crest, a demi gTiffin ar. 
legs and beak sa. wings endorsed gu. holding in 
the dexter claw a cutlass ar. hilt or. 

Beckekv, or Bickley, [J3evon,] ar. a chev. 
■ engi-. betw. three martlets sa. also, ar. a chev. 
engr. betw. three birds sa. 

Beck.man, per fesse dancettee or and ar. a lion 
rampant az. iu chief a pellet betw. two cross 
crosslets gu. iu base a cross crosslet of the last 
betw. two pellets. — Crest, an ostrich's head 
couped ar. gorged with a fesse dancettee sa. 
betw. two palm-branches ppr. [Granted, July 
8, 17G1, to Diederick Beckman, London.^ 

Becksavell, or Bekvs\vi-ll, alias SiioR- 
Dicii, [Bekyswell, Norfolk,] qiiaj-terly, ar. and 
erm. a bend az. over all, a cross gu. a crescent 
for dlflereuce. 

Bi;cK.TOLE, ciiii. a chief paly sa. and or. 

Becktott, erm. on a chief sa. four pahs or. 

Beckwell, or Bekewell, ar. on a chief sa. 
three boars' lieads or. 

Bukictll, ]ialy of six lU'. and gu. on a chief of the 
second, a lion passant guardant or. 

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BED 

Bechvell, ar. tliree eagles displayed sa. 
Beckwith, [Yorkshire,] ar. a chev. gu. fretty 
or, bcfw. tluee binds' heads erased of the se- 
cond, on a chief gu. a saltier (both eiigr.) betw. 
two roses in pale, and as many deini fleurs-de- 
lis joined to the dexter and sinister sides or. — 
Crest, a stag's head, quarterly, jier fesse in- 
dented or and a?.. 
Beclcvith, or Bcclnrorth, [Yorkshire,] sa. on a 
chev. betw. three griffins' heads erased or, a 
boar's head couped betw. two phcons gu. 
Beckwith, [Aldl.>orough, Yorkshu-e,] ar. a chev. 
betw. three hinds' heads gu.— Crest, a stag's 
head couped sa. (Another, of Durham, 
ppr.) 
Beckwith, [Clynton, Yorkshire,] o:, on a fesse 

az. three tleurs-de-lis of the field. 
Bkcon. The same as Beacon. 
Beconsall, sa. three crescents, issuant as many 

mullets ar. 
Beconsall, [Beconsall, Lancashire,] sa. a cross 
formec ar. on the sinister quarter an escallop 
shell or. 
Bkihsorough, [Cornwall,] sa. a chev. betw. three 

boars' heads erased and erect ar. 
Bkdell, [Bumford, Essex,] sa. on a fesse 
betw. three saUiers ar. an escallop shell betw. 
two mullets az. (Another, three mullets gu. 
on the fesse.)— Crest, an arm couped at the el- 
bow and erect in armour ppr. grasping a cutlass 
on the blade. 
Bedell, [Dorsetshire and Huntingdonshire,] sa. on 
a fesse betw. three saltiers ar. a covered cup 
betw. two mullets az. 
Bedell, [Huntingdonshire,] g-u. a chev. engr. betw. 

three escallops ar. 
Bedell, [Hamerton, Huntingdonshire.] TJiesame. 
— Crest, out of a palisado crown, a buck's 
head or, attired az. {Granted by William 
Se^ar.] 
Bedell, gu. a chev. betw. three escallop shells ar. 
— Crest, out of a palisado crown, a bucks' head 
or, attired az. 
Bedle, or Bedell, [London,] gu. on a chev. bet^v. 
three escallops ar. a fleur-de-lis of the first, all 
within a bordure of the second.- — Crest, a stag's 
head erased or, attired and ducallv gorged gu. 
[Granted, to Mallheio Bedell, of London, ly 
Sir Richard St. George, Clarenceux, Januari; 
:;iO, 1(J32.] 
Bede\V)'LL, or Bedtvell, gyronny of four, 

erm. and lozengy or and gu. 
Bedforo, ar. a chev. g-u. betw. two quatrefoils 
in chief and in base a trelbil slipped vert. — 
— Crest, a demi lion rampant couped ppr. hold- 
uig in the dexter paw a trefoil shpped vert. 



BEE 

Bedford, quarterly, or and gu. a bend of the se- 
cond. (Another, the bend sa.) 

Bedford, quarterly, ar. and gu. a bend engr. of 
the second. 

Bedford, ar. a lion's gamb coujmkI within a bordure 
engr. sa. 

Bedford, [Henloc, Bedfordshire, and London,] 
ar. three lions' gambs couped (another erased) 
and erect, within a bordure engr. sa. — Crest, a 
demi liou sa. ducally crowned or, holding betw. 
the paws a sphere or. 

Bedford, jier pale az. and gu. a bend or. — Crest, 
a hand ppr. holding a sphere erect or. 

Bedford, per pale ar. and gu. a bend az. 

Be'uingfield, [Sir Robert, Lord IMayor of \mw- 
dou, 1707,] erm. an eagle displaved gu. 

Bedingfield, [Oxborough and Beckhall, Norfolk,] 
erm. an eagle displayed gu. armed or. — Crest, 
a demi eagle, wings elevated or. (Another 
crest, an eagle displayed or.) 

Bed.man, gu. three huniets erm. 

Bedo, ar. a chev. engi-. betw. three mullets 
sa. 

Bejjun, or Bedo, [Putney, Surrey,] ar. three 
boars' heads couped sa. two and one. — Crest, a 
boar's head couped and erect gu. 

Bedulev, [StaffordshLie,] az. a bend betw. six 
cross crosslets or. 

Bee, [Bassiugstoke, Staffordshire,] az. a chev. 
betw. three bees volant or. — Crest, a dragon's 
head gu. transpierced v/ith an arrow ar. 

Bee, [Horslow, Lincolnsliire,] quarterly, or and 
gu. on a bond sa. three fleurs-de-lis ar. 

Bee, [Basijigsfokc, Hants,] quarterly, or and az. 
on a beud of the second, three fleurs-de-lis of 
the first. 

Bee, g-u. tlu-ee bars gemels or. 

Beehy, az. three eagles displayed or. 

Beech, vaire, ar. and gu. on a canton of the se- 
cond a garb or. 

Beech, vaire, ar. and gu. on a canton of the first 
a martlet sa. 

Beech. See Beche. 

Beecher. See Becher. 

Beequill, sa. an escocheoii betw. eight martlets 

in orle or. 
BeertoN, [Cheshire,] ar. a chev. betw. tliree 

bucks' heads g-u. 
Bees, gu. an eagle recursaut volant in bend, wings 

overture or. 
Beesley. See Beaslev. 
Beeston, vert, a lion rampant or, betw. eight 

fleurs-de-lis of the second. 
Beeston, vert, a lion riunpant ar. crowned and 

armed gu. 
Beeston, vert, a lion rampant ai". crowned or. 



BEL 

Jieeslon, ar. a bend sa. bctw. six bees of tlic se- 
cond. 
Beeslon, ar. a bend betw. six bees volaiit sa. 
lieston, sa. on a bend ar. betw. six cross crosslets 

or, three eagles displayed <^ii. 
Beslon, ar. a bend gai. betw. six fleurs-de-lLs 

vert. 
liesfan, gu. on a bend ar. three crosses formee 

sa. 
Beslon, [Beeslon, Yorksliire,] sa. a bend betw. 

six cross crosslets fitchee or. 
Beslon, sa. semee de cross crosslets or, on a bend 

gu. three eagles disjilayed of the second. 
Beiston, vert, a lion rampant ar. 
Beetle, or, three beetles. 
Beetle, or BetcU, ar. three beetles sa. 
Beevor. See Beauvoir. 
Befils, gu. a chev. ar. betw. tlu-ee plates. 
Begard, or Begnard, [Norfolk,] or, on a 

cross gu. five escallops ar. 
Begkvn, quarterly, Jier fesse indented gu. and 

or, on the first quarter a lion passant ar. 
Begyrde, or Begvrle, az. a fesee betw. throe 

boars' heads or. 
Beijijrde, sa. a fesse betw. three boias' heads 

or. 
Behem, quarterly, az. and ar. a Dutch fleur-de- 
lis counterchanged. 
Beilsteixe, ar. abend nowy quadrat sa. 
Beinder, or, a lion rampant gu. collared ar. 
B EI 6 IN, quarterly, per fesse indented gu. and or, 

in the fust quiirfer a lion passant guardant 

ar. 
Beist. See Beast. 
Bekell, or, a chev. betw. three lions' heads 

erased gu. 
Bekerton, ar. on a chev. sa. tliree pheons of 

the field. 
Bekins, ar. a bend engT. sa. a label of three 

points gu. 
Beki.nton, ar. on a fesse betw. three bucks' 

lieads cabossed in chief az. and as many pheons 

in base gu. an annulet or. 
Bek minster, az. a lion passant guardant 

or. 
Belbin, sa. on a cross ar. five lions rampant of 

the first. 
Belcher, [Northampton,] per chev. indented 

az. and or, in chief two martlets of the second. 

— Crest, a demi hawk or, with wings expanded 

sa. 
Belcher, [StafTordsliire, Gilsborough, Northamp- 

toushiie, and Warwickshire,] or, three pales 

gu. a chief vair.— Crest, a grej hound's head 

erm. gorged ■svith a collar gu. rimmed and ringed 

or. 



BEL 

Belcher, paly of six, or and gu. on a chev. ar. 
three martlets sa. 

Belches, [Scotland,] or, three palets gni. a 
chief vair. — Crest, the trunk of an oak tree, 
eradicated, vriih leaves sprouting out ppr. 

Belches, [Scotland,] paly of six, or and gu. a 
chief vair. — Crest, a greyhound's head couped 
ar. collared az. 

]jELESLey, or Belaster, sa. a saltier or, a 
label of three points gu. 

Bei.ett. See Bellet. 

Beleav, or Bellew, [Devon,] sa. fretty or. 
■ — Crest, an arm embowed habited vert, the 
hand ppr. grasping a bell or, round the wrist a 
ruff ar. 

Bekw, [Lancashire,] sa. fretty or, on a chev. az. 
three liojis' beads erased of the second. 

Belew, [Warwicksliire,] az. three eagles displayed 
in bend betw. two cottises ar. 

Beleii\ erm. on a chev. gu. three mullets ar. 

Bel/fwe, [Devon,] sa. fretty ar. with a mullet for 
difl'ereiice. 

Bellew, [Cheshire,] erm. on a chief gii. three es- 
callops ar. 

Bellew, erm. on a chev. g-u. three escallops ar. 

Belleiv, sa. a fret or, a label gu. 

Bellow, [Lincolnshire,] sa. a fret or, on a chief 
az. three lions' heads erased of the second. 

Bellow. The same as Belew. 

Bellowe, [Devon,] sa. a fret or, and label of three 
]xjints gu. 

Bellhov:, sa. fretty or, a mullet of the last. 

Bellowes, [Lancashire,] sa. fretty or, on a 
chev. az. two lions' heads erased of the se- 
cond. 

Belfield, [London and Hertford,] erm. a mul- 
let gu. on a chief of the last, a label of five 
points ar. — Crest, a demi tiger ar. armed and 
tufted or, pierced through the body with the 
broken staff of a flag, the flag hanging betw. 
liis fore legs, party per fesse wavy ar. and 
az. 

Belfield, [Lincolnsliire,] erm. a chief sa. 

Bclfulld, [Clegge, Lancasliire,] erm. on a chief 
gu. a label of five points ar. 

Bklfile, or, a file gu. with tlu-ee bells pendant 
az. clapjiers sa. 

Belgrave, [North Kilworth and Belgrave, Lei- 
cestershire,] gu. a chev. erm. betw. three mas- 
cles ar. — Crest, a ram's head ar. 

Belgrave, [Leicestershire,] gu. a chev. ar. betw. 
three mascles erm. 

Behjrave, erm. three fusils in fesse gu. voided of 
the field. 

Belgrave, [Leicestershire,] gu. a chev. betw. three 
mascles pierced erm. 

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BEL 

Belgrave, [Bcl^rave,] ar. a cross pattee fitchee 
s;i. 

Bklhousk, or, a saltier lozei)g;y g^ii. ami 
vair. 

Bclhoiise, or, a saltier gu. 

Bellioitse, or, a saltier lozeuj^^y gu. and ar. 

Bclhoiise, gu. a saltier voided or, betw. four 
lozenges vair. 

Bclhoiise, [Essex,] erm. three lions rampiuit gu. 

Bel/ioiise, [Essex,] erm. three lions rampant gu. 
■within a horduro cngT. sa. 

Bclhoiise, [Stanway, Essex,] ar. three lions ram- 
pant gu. 

Bclhoiise, [Aveley, Essex,] ar. three lions ram- 
jiant gu. two and one, betw. three cross cross- 
lets fitchee of the last, one and two. 

Bclhoiise, or, on a saltier gu. five bezants. 

Belhoiise, [Essex and De-\ on,] ar. three lions rain- 
pant gu. 

Bellhouse, [Essex,] ar. semee of cross crosslets sa. 
three lions rampant gu. 

Bellhouse, or, a saltier lozengy vert. 

Beliaku, [Thorp, Northamptonshire,] per chev. 
ar. and gu. billettee counterchanged. 

Bklier, vaire, or and sa. 

Bell/re, vaire, or and gu. 

Bki.ismo, az. a lion rampant ■svitliin a bordure or. 
('Another, tlie lion's tail forked.) 

Bki.itiia, [Loudon, and Kingston, Surrey,] ar. 
a chev. sa. guttce d'or, cottised gu. betw. three 
fleu.rs-de-lis of the second. 

Bklke, gii. a chev. betw. thi-ee leopards' heads 
ar. 

Bklking, az. three eagles displayed in bend 
betw. two bendlets ar. 

Bei.KMORE, gu. a bordure engr. ar. over all, a 
bend of the last. 

Bhlknapi'E, [Warwickshire,] az. three eagles in 
beud betw. two cottises ar. 

Bell, az. 'a fesse betw. three bells or. 

Bell, [Bucks and Berks,] sa. three church-bells 
ar. two and one, and three estoiles, or, one and 
two. — Crest, a hawk with wings expanded ar. 
beaked and belled or, ^nth striiigs flotant from 
the bells gu. 

Bell, [Gloucestershire,] ar. on a chev. betw. three 
hawks' bells gu. tv o bars gemellcs of the first, 
on a chief of the second, a hawk's lure betw. 
two martlets of the field. — Crest, an arm em- 
bowed vested gu. holding in the liand ppr. a 
battle-axe, staff gu. headar. 
Bell, []>ondoii,] az. on a chev. ar. betw. three 
lions' hends erased or, gorged with a collar of 
the first, charged with three bezants, as many 
church-bells of the field, ornamented of the 
third. 



BEL 

Bell, [Baugton, Suffolk,] ar. on a chev. engr. or, 

betw. three talbots' heads erased gu. as many 

trefoils slipped vert. 
Bell, [Essex,] erm. on a chief sa. an escalloj) 

shell betw. two bells ar. — Crest, a talbot [lassanl 

erm. 
Bell, sa. a fesse erm. betw. three martlets ar. 
Bell, [Yorkshire,] sa. on a chev. betw. three 

church-bells ar. as many lions' heads coiiped 

g-u. 
Bell, [Essex,] erm. on a chief sa. three church- 
bells ar. 
Bell, [Northumberland and Cumberland,] gu. on 

a chief ar. three church-bells sa. 
Bell, [Westmoreland and Cinnberlaiid,] sa. a chew 

betw. three church-bells ar. 
Bell, sa. a chev. erm. heUv. three church-bells 

ar. — Crest, a hawk with wings expanded ppr. 

belled or. 
Bell, sa. a fesse erm. betw. three church-bells ar. 

[Borne hi/ Sir Robert Bell, Lord Chief Baron 
. of the Exchequer, who died 1577.] 
Bell, az. a fesse erminois, cottised or, in chief 

two niartlets of the last.— Crest, on a roi-k ppr. 

a martlet erminois. 
Bell, per chev. gu. and or, a crescent counter- 
changed. 
Bell, [Scotland,] az. three bells or, two and one. 

— Crest, a bell or. 
Bell.\BER, az. a bend double cottised ar. betw. 

six martlets or. 
Bellamy, [Sir Edward, Lord Mayor of London, 

1735,] or, on a cross az. five crescents of the 

field. 
Bellamij, []\Iiddlesex,] az. on a bend betw. two 

cottises or, three crescents gu. (Another, the 

field vert.) 
Bellamy, sa. on a fesse cottised or, three crescents 

az. — Crest, an arm. coiiped, habited sa. cuffed 

ar. holding in the hand ppr. a scejjtre or, on the 

toj) a crescent ar. 
BELLAE^EVS, per pale gu. andaz. a lion rampant 

ar. crowned or. 
Bellasis, [Yorkshire,] ar. a chev. betw. three 

fleurs-de-lis gu. 
BelUisis, [Yorkshire,] ar. a chev. betw. three fleurs- 
de-lis az. — Crest, a lion couchant guardant az. 

(Another crest, a stag's head erased ppr. 

holding in his mouth an oak-br;inch fructed 

ppr. 
Bellasis, [Scotland,] ar. a pale engr. betw. two 

indorses sa. 
Bellelv, ar. a bull passant sa. 
Beller, [Nottinghamshire and Leicestershire,] 

per pale gu. and sa. a lion rampant ar. crowned 



BEL 

Bkllers, per pale indented gu. and az. a lion 

rampant ar. 
Jiellcrs, per pale gu. and sa. a lion rampiint ar. 

crowned or. 
Beliefs, per pale gai. and az. a lion rampant emi. 

crowned or. 
Uellcrs. Tile same, with a label or. 
Heller in', or, a saltier betw. four eagles dis- 
played ;■». 
Bei.lei;i;, paly gu. and sa. a lion rampant ar. 

cro^vlJed or. 
BELLESr.v, [Linoobishiie,] ar. a chev. betw. tliree 

demi lozenges sa. 
Bclleshy, sa. a cross or. 

I3elle.';.sine, [Earl,] az. a lion rampant or. 
Eellet, ar. a fesse g-u. in chief a gTeyhound of 

the second. (Another, the greyhound purp. 

collared gu ) 
liellet, [Cheshire,] ar. on a chief g\i. three cuique- 

foils of the fiekl. — Crest, a fox's head erased 



Belief, ar. on a chief gi;. tv.'o cinquefoiU of the 

field.. 
Belief, ar. a fesse gu. in chief a rat of the 

last. 
Belled, [Norfolk and Wills,] ar. on a chief sa. 

three cinquefoi's of the field. — Crest, an arm 

couped at the elbo^v and erect, in armour ppr. 

holding- in the gauntlet a baton or, tijsped at each 

end sa. 
Beletl, sa. an eagle displayed or, on a chief gu. 

three bezants. 
Belett, or, on a chief az. two cinquefoils of the 

field. 
Bellot, [Jlorcton, Cheshire.] The same as 

Bellett. 
Belleav. SeeBEi.EW. 
Bellford, ar. on a chev. sa. betw. three roses 

gu. seeded or, barbed vert, a wolf's head erased 

gold. 
Bkllingay, ar. a rose within an orle of cross 

crosslets fitchee gu. 
BELMXGKOliD, [Blackford, Norfolk,] sa. two 

haiberts in saltier ar. 
Bellingiiam, ar three bendlets gu. on a canton 

of tiie second, a lion rampant of the first. 
BeUliujhttin, [Orston St. George, Wilts,] ai". on a 

pile or, betw. two bugle-honis sa. stringed or, 

two boars' heads couped in chief sa. and in base 

a rose gu. stiilked and leaved vert. — Crest, a 

demi buck supporting a banner of the 

arms. 
BelliufjJiam, [Ireland,] sa. three bugle-horns ar. 

stringed or. — Crest, a stag's head erased sa. 

charged with a fleur-de-lis' or, attired of the 

last. [Granted December 20, IGti^.] 



BEL 

BelUne/ham , barry of six, ar. and gxi. on a quarter 

az. a lion passant or. 
Bellhujliam, ar. a saltier engr. sa. betw. four r(jsrs 

gu. 
BelUngluim, ar. a chev. betw. three bucks' heads 

gu. Littired or. 
BeUliKjham, or, a crown sa. garnished gold. 
B('liui;/ham, ar. three croMus sa. garnished or. 
Beliiiiijliam, [Lincolnshire,] sa. three bugle-horns 

ar. two and one. 
BcUbujhcnn, [Lincolnshire and Yorkshire,] or, a 

bugk'-horn sa. garnished ar. 
Belliiif/Jiaiii, [Sussex, and Brumby, Lincolnshire,] 

ar. three bugle-horns sa. garnished or.— Crest, a 

stag's bead ar. attired or, gorged with a chaplet 

vert. 
Bellingham, [Cumberland,] ar. three bugle-horns 

sa. garnished or. — Crest, a stag's head erased az. 

attired or. 
Bellisairf, vert, in chief a beak iron betw. t«o 

roses ar. 
Bellis'ion, [Devon and Cheshire,] or, on abend 

gu. three crosses moline iir. 
BcUlslun, or, on a bend gu. six anchors in cross 

Belly, ar. three pellets a chief engr. sa. 

[Granted to John Belly, of Gi-eat Paxton, 

}Iunti/u;don, D.C.L. Chancellor of the Diocese 

of Lincoln, Provost of Oriel College, and one 

of the Masters in Chancery, 1G02.] 
Belmer, or, a lion rampant g-u. tail forked, col- 
lared ar. 
Belscot, az. fretty or, Avithin a bordure engr. of 

the second. 
Belsiiam, sa. a crescent ar. 
Belson, per pale gu. and sa. on a chev. or, 

betw. tlu-ee greyhound.s' heads erased ar. collared 

gold, as many hurts. 
Belson, per pale gu. and sa. on a chev. engr. betM'. 

three greyhounds' heads erased ar. collared ol' 

the first, as many hurts. 
Belson, sa. a chev. betw. three greyhoiuids' heads 

erased erm. 
Belsted, [Norfolk,] barry of sLx ar. and sa. a 

quarter or. 
Belsted, barry of six, ar. and sa. a canton, )ier 

pale or and ai". 
Belsted, barry of six, ar. and sa. a quarter, per 

pale or and sa. 
Belt, [Bossal, Yorkshire,] gu. on a che^ . or, 

betw. three bezants a cross pattee fitchee betw. 

two mullets 

Belt.maine, ar. a demi belt fixed in fesse az. 

buckled, edged, and gai'nished or. 



BAR 

Beltoft, ar. a fret az. on a chief of the last 

three plieoiis or. 
Belloft, [Liiicohishire,] ar. a fret and chief az. 
Beltoft, ar. fretty, and a chief vert. 
Beltoft, ar. fretty eng-r. a chief az. 
Belloft, ar. a chief az. 
Belloft, or, a cliief az. 
Beltoft, az. a cliief or. 
Beltoft, ar. fretty az. a chief of the last. 
Belloft, ar. three chev. interlaced az. a chief of 

the last. 
Biu/roN, gii. a chev. betw. six mai-tlets ar. 
]3kltonie, gu. out of a coronet or, the probo- 

scides of two elephants erected aud reflected 

ar. 
Belvillk, gyronny of twelve, vair and gn. 
Belvale, ar. a greyhound passant sa. 
Belvale, ar. fifteen billets sa. five, foui', three, 

two, and one. 
Belvale, or, ten billets sa. four, three, two, and 

one. 
Belvale, ai'. a helmet sa. 
Belvale, ar. thirteen billets, four, thi-ee, three, 

two, and one, sa. 
Belvale, ar. billettee sa. 
Belvale, or, fifteen billets, six, five, three, and 

one sa. 
Belvoire, or Beyer, [Leicestershire,] az. a 

cafherine-wheel or. 
Belwel, paly of eight, ar. and az. a chief 

gu. 
Belwood, gni. tliree caltraps ar. two and one. 
Belyn, [Cheshire,] ar. on a cross sa. five Uons 

rampant of the field. — Crest, an unicorn's head 

erased ar. armed or, and charged ou the neck 

wth four bars gu. 
Belyne, ar. a lion passaiit betw. three bidls' heads 

couped gu. 
Belyng, ar. a leopard's face betw. three fleirrs-de- 

hs sa. 
Bemki.er, [Snfi'olk,] or, a lion rampant gu. col- 
lared ar. 
Bemeler, or, a lion rampant, double-queued, 

gu. 
BENrELEY, per bend dancettee, sa. and ar. 

in the sinister chief a cross moliiie of the 

last. 
Bemes, quarterly, or and gu. 
Ben, [Surrey,] ar. a fesse dancettee gu. 
Ben, or Benne, [Ne\q)ort-Cranley, Surrey, Re- 
corder of London,] ar. a fesse dancettee gu. 

betw. three lions rampant sa. — Crestj a tiger 

passant erm. ducally gorged or. 
Berm, ar. a chev. gu. 
Benn, ar. a chev. gii. within a bordure sa. be- 

zautee. 



BAR 

Benn, [Lord Mayor of Loudon, 1747,] ar. a 
fesse dancettee betw. tlu-ee lions rampant gii. 

Benne, ar. a fesse dancettee gu. betw. three dra- 
gons' heads erased vert. 

Benuow, [Ne^\■port, Salojj,] sa. two string-bows 
endorsed in pale or, garnished gu. betw. two 
bundles (if arrows in fesse, three in each, or, 
barbed and headed ar. and tied up gu. — Crest, 
a harpy close or, face ppr. her head -svi-eathed 
with a chaplet of flowers gu. 

Benbury, or Be\p}!Uj:y, ar. on a fesse betw. 
two roses gu. barbed vert, two cross crosslets 
fitchee ar. 

Bcnhury, or Bcndhury, [London,] ar. on a fesse 
g"u. a rose betw. two cross crosslets fitchoe of 
the first. 

Benck, [Aldborough, Beidjall, and Kingsfield, 
SuflTolk,] ar. ou a cross betw. four frets gu. a 
tower or. — Crest, a tower or, charged v.ifh a 
fret gu. 

Bencher, or, a Hon rampant guardant gu. col- 
lared ar. 

Bencher, ar. on a bend az. three chev. or. 

Bencleder, or Benycler, or, a lion ram- 
pant gu. tiiil forked, collared ar. (Anolher, 
or.) 

Ben DALE, [^Middlesex,] bendy wavy of six, erai. 
and az. on a canton gu. nn estoile or. — Crest, a 
dcmi lion with two tails az. holding an anchor 
ppr. {Granted ICm-^-l 

Bendall, or, a bend sinister gii. and a bend dexter 
az. 

Bendbarge, party per bend az. and ar. a bend 
gu. and two bars of the first. 

Bendeeey, gu. a lion rajiipant ar. betw. two 
bendlets jessant and debntised or. 

Bendenbi RGir, ar. a serpent embowed, the head 
debruised vert. 

Bender, o;- Binder, az. three avosetts ppr. 

Ben DEW, ar. a chev. betw. three boars' heads 
couped sa. armed or, snouted gu. 

Bendish, ar. a chev. betw. three ravens' heads 
erased sa. 

Bendisli, [Cambridge,] sa. a chev. or, betw. three 
garbs ar. 

Bendish, [Essex,] ar. a chev. oppressed by a fesse 
gu. betw. six escallops sa. 

Bendish, [Stecple-Bamsted, Essex,] ar. a chev. sa. 
betw. three rams" heads erased az. — Crest, out of 
an earl's coronet or, a talbot's head of the first. 

Bendish, [Cambridgesliirc,] sa. a cross betw. foirr 
lions rampant or. 

Bendish, [Essex,] or, on a chev. sa. betsv. three 
goats' heads erased az. as many escallop-shells ar. 

Bendish, or, a chev. sa. betw, three goats' heads 
erased az. 



BEN 

Brndlise, or, a rose-leaf in bend sinister vert. 

Bendlowks, [F.ssex,] qunrterly indented, (or 
quarterly, per fesse indented,) ^. and or, on 
a bend of the second a cinquefoil bctw. two 
martlets az. — Crest, a centaur with his bow and 
arrow all or. 

BknDMAIN]', ar. a bend az. 

Ben DON, ar. three roses sa. 

Bknutelly, ar. on a bend az. three annulets 
or. 

Bene, ar. three denii lions rampant gu. 

Bene, ar. on a bend couuterembattled az. bctw. 
three stirrups sa. three roses of the field, on a 
chief of tlie second three bucks' heads cabossed 
or. — Crest, a buck's head erased per pale em- 
battled holding in the mouth a rose 

slipped ppr. flov. cred with three roses ar. 

Benereston, az. billettee or, a cross moline 
ar. 

Bexevile, ar. on three pellets sa. as many bends 
of the field. 

Benevill, [De^on,] ar. three ogresses, two 
and one, each charged \^ith a bendlet of the 
field. 

Benevill, az. a cHef or. 

Benficill, ar. a bull passant gn. 

Benflet, per pale or and gu. three bends sa. 

Bkxger, [Kent,] or, a cross vert, over all a 
bendlet gu.— Crest, a cockatrice, per pale 
or and vert, with, wings expanded counter- 
changed. 

Bengham. See Bingham. 

Benhali-, ar. a cross sarcelly gu. and a bend az. 

Bennall, gii. a cross sarcelly and a bend ar. 

Bennall, sa. a bend ar. betw. two cottises wavy of 
the last. 

Benington, [Essex,] ar. on a chev. betw. three 
escallops gu. as manj' leopards' faces or. 

Benynglon, sa. a chev. betw. three lions' heads 
erased or. 

Benynglon, sa. three greyhoiuuls in full course 
ar. collared or. 

Benynglon, [Benyngtoii, Lincolnshire,] gu. a 
lion rampant or, collared ar. 

Benynglon, per pale or and sa. (another, ar.) a 
cross engr. coiiuterchanged. 

Benkiiam, or, a saltier quarterly quartered ar. 
and gu. 

Ben LEY ar. a fesse betw. three garbs sa. 

Benley, sa. a fesse betw. three garbs ar. 

Benn, or Benne. See Ben. 

Bennett, gu. a bezant betw. three demi lions 
rampant cooped ar. — Crest, out of a mural 
cro\\Ti a lion's head ar. charged on the neck with 
a bezant. IBorne ly the Rev. Leigh Bennet, 
of Thorp-Vlace, Surrey, 1823.] 



BEN 

Bennett, [of Finsbury,] gu. a bezant bctw. three 
demi lions rampant couped or. — Crest, on a 
wreath, a demi lion rampant, couped or, hold- 
ing in the paws a bezant. [A subscriber.] 

Bennett, alias Pitt, [of Pithouse,] quarterly, or 
and ar. an eagle displayed gii. 

Bennett, [Surrey and Berks.] Same arms. — 
Crest, out of a mural crown or, a lion's head 
gu. charged on the neck with a bezant. 

Bennel, sa. a chev. erminois betw. three demi 
lions rampant or, erased gu. .u-med and langucd 
of the same. [Granted, to Nicholas Bennet, of 
London, by Sir Richard St. George, June 24, 
163:3.] 

Bennel, [Steeple- Ashton, Wilts,] party per fesse 
crenellce gu. and ar. a pale and three demi 
lions rampant counterchanged, crowned or. — 
Crest, a demi lion rampant ar. crowned or, 
supportiiig a tower jjpr. [Granted, 1700.] 

Bennett, alias Pile, [Pitehouse, Wilts,] quarterly 
ar. and or, over all an eagle displayed gu. — 
Crest, on a wilk shell or, a bird sa. beaked and 
legged gu. 

Bennet, [Abingdon, Berks,] ar. a bull passMit sa. 
armed or. 

Bennett, [Dublin,] quarterly ; first and fourth ar. 
two bars gu. within a bordure eugT. sa. second 
and third az. three plates. —Crest, an arm couped 
at the elbow, holding in the hand a thistle, all 
ppr. 

Bennet^ [London,] gu. a bezant betw. three lions 
rampant ar. — Crest, a double scaluig ladder or. 
(Another crest, out of a mural coronet or, a lion's 
head ar. charged with a bezant.) 

Bennet, gu. three demi lions passant in pale ar. 

■ crowned or. 

Bennet, [London,] gu. a bezant betw. three demi 
lions rampant ar. — Crest, out of a mural coro- 
net or, a lion's head gii. charged with a bezant. 
[The same Arms home by Sir Thomas Bennet, 
Lord Mayor of London, 1G03.] 

Bennet, [Newcastle, Northmuberland,] az. on .a 
fesse or, betw. three demi lions rampant ar. a 
caimon dismounted sa. betw. two ogresses per 
pale or and gu. 

Bennet, [Norfolk,] erm. an inescocheon gu. over 
all a bend engr. sa.- — Crest, two dolphins en- 
twined, erect on their tiiils, saltierways, one or, 
the other ar. 

Bennet, [Devon and Shropshire,] per bend dau- 
cettee ar. and sa. a bend betw. two martlets 
counterchanged. 

Bennet, sa. a chev. erminois betw. nine cars of 
wheat, tied in three parcels, or. — Crest, a ship 
in full sail ppr. 

Beimet [London,] gu. a chev. betw. three demi 



'-^i 



BEN 

lions ar.— Crest, on a inoiuit vert, a martin 

ppr. 
Bennet, [Boston, Lincolnshire,] g^u. on a bend 

ar. three towers triple-towered sa. 
Bennet, [Somersetshire,] quarterly, ar. and sa. a 

fesse per pule gii. and or, within a bordure az. 

charged with an eutoire of ogresses. 
Bennet, [Labenham, Leicestershire,] or, on a 

bend betw. six boars' heads az. a demi lion 

betw. two fleurs-de-lis of the field. 
Bennet, [Scotland,] gu. a cross pattec or betw. 

three mullets ar. 
Bennet, [Scotland,] gu. on a chev. betw. three 

stars ar. a cross pattee gu. — Crest, a hand is- 
suing out of a cloud holding forth a cross pattee 

fitchee 

Bennet, [Scotland,] gu. on a chev. betw. three 

stars ar. as many crosses pattee of the first. — 

Crest, a demi lion issuaiit out of the wreath, 

and holding in his dexter paw a cross patlce 

gu. 
Bennet, [Devon,] or, three demi lions ramjnuit 

gu. 
Benet, [Berks,] ai-. three demi lions rampant gu. 
Benett, [Staffordshire,] ar. two bars gu. within 

a bordure engr. sa. 
Benett, gu. a fesse betw. six martlets or a label 

componee 

Bi;NNINGFIELD. SeeBF.DINGFIELD. 

Benolt, ar. a chev. engr. sa. betw. three tor- 

teaiLxes, on a chief az. a lion passant or. 
Benson, ar. on a chev. sa. three crosses formee 

or, 
Benson, ar. on a chev. bet^v. three goats' lieads 

(jrased sa. three escallop shells of the field. 
Benson, ar. on a chev. betw. three goats passant 

sa. as many escallop shells of the field. 
Benson, or, on a bend gii. three crosses formee 

ar. 
Bensteed, gu. a goat salient ar. 
Bensted, ar. ou a fesse sa. a saltier betw. two 

martlets or. 
Bensted, ar. three bars cottised gu. 
Bensted, gu. three bars voided ar. 
Bensted, Benst, or Bense, gu. three bars gemeUes 

or. (Another, the bars ar.) 
Bent, az. on a fesse or, betsv. srs bezants, 

three torteauxes. — Crest, a demi lion az. holding 

betw. his paws a bezant. 
Bentall, [Bentall, Salop,] or, a lion rampant 

double queued az. ducally crowned gu. — Crest, 

ou a ducal coronet or, a leopard iir. spotted sa. 
Bi;N'riiAM, quarterly, ju\ and gu. a cross patoucc 

counterchanged; in the first and fourth quarters, 

a rose gu. barbed vert; in the second and third, 

a star of thirty-two points or. 



B E R 

BentJtam, quarterly, ar. and gu. a cross flory, 
counterchanged; in the first and fourth quarters, 
a rose of the second, seeded or, barbed vert ; 
in the second and third, a sun or. — Crest, on a 
cross fiory fitchee, quarterly, gu. and ar. a sun 
or, betw. two wings expanded of the second, 
each charged -with a rose as in the arms. 

Bentinck, az. a cross moline ar. — Crest, out of 
a marquis's coronet or, jjearled ppr. two anus 
embowcd, vested gu. with gloves or, holduig 
each an ostrich feather ar. 

Bentlet, per pale or and gu. three bends 



Bentley, ar. 



a bend az. tlu-ee annulets 



Bentley, ar. three bends sa. 

Bentley, sa. three bends ar. 

Bentley, ar. a fesse betw. three garbs sa. 

Bentley, ar. a chev. betw. three martlets sa. 

Bentley, ar. two bai's sa. a canton of the se- 
cond. 

Bentley, [Brentwood, Essex,] ar, on a bend sa. 
three wolves jjassaut or. — Crest, a wolf rampant 
erm. ducally collared or. 

Bentley, [Stalibrd and Derby,] or, three bends 
sa. — Crest, a spaniel dog passant ar, ' 

Benton, ar. three saltiers engr. sa. 

Benton, sa. a bend ar. 

Benton, az. a bend ar. 

Benton, [Wilts,] sa. five fusils in bend ar. See 
Baynton. — Crest, a grillin's head erased 
tir. 

Benton, sa. si.x fusils in bend ar. 

Benton, or, a lion rampant az. fretty ar, 

Benton, chequy or and az. 

Benmee, az. a chief or. 

Benvill, ar. a bend or, betw. tlu-ee ogresses. 

Benvill, gu. three lozenges ar, on each a beudlet 
sa. 

Benvill, [Cornwall,] ar. tlu-ee pellets, on each a 
bend of the field. 

Benville, [Huntingdonshire,] sa. a chev. betw. 
three mullets ])ierced ar. 

Benweei,, [Oxford, and of the South Sea 
House, London, 17G5,] ar. six pellets, three, 
two, and one. — Crest, on a wreath, a garb or, 
entwined by a serpent ppr, the head issuing 
through the ears of cowi to the sinister. 

Beopeel, or Berpell, [Cornwall,] gu. abend 
vair, betw. six escallops ar. 

Beraston. See Bekiston. 

Berblakes, or Berbloke, ar. four staves 
raguled in saltier, gu. within a bordure az. 

B);R]iR0.ME, or, a cross flory sa. 

]5erciie. See Birch. 

Berciiem, [Brabant,] ar. three pales gu. - ~ 



B E U 

IJiCRCHETT, or Br.KKETT. See BiRKET. 

Iii:ui). See Bird. 

]>i;iJDEN, ai'. an eagle ciisplayecl ;iz. nieinhcrcd 

Beiidesky, Bkiidsi'.y, cind Bkudeslkv, sir. 

tuo bars cju. on a canton uftlie sueoiid, a mauiich 

of the field. 
Berdseij, ar. two bars gn. a canton of tlu; 

last. 
liiORUESTON, [Norfolk,] gii. a saltier, cugr. or. 

(Anolhe,; ar.) 
J3EUE, [Kent, and Okenliam, Berkshire,] ar. a 

hear sa. and a canton gu. — Crest, on a garb, 

lying- banrays, or, a bird sa. f Another crest, 

a tiger az. bezautee, nianed and tufted or.) 
7icre,"[Frankmarsli, Devonshire,] ar. three bears' 

heads, erased, sa. muzzled or. 
Bere, [Ilnncham, Devonshire,] ar. three bears' 

heads, couped, sa. muzzled or. — Crest, a bear's 

head, erased, sa. muzzled or. 
Bcre, az. crnsilly ar. tliree lioars' heads, coujied, of 

the last. 
Berc, per pale, sa. and ar. t'tiree bears counter- 
changed. 
Beueford, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three ogresses. 
Bcreford, [Staft'ordshire,] or, three fleurs-de-lis 

sa. 
Bereford, [Rutlandshire and Leicestershire,] ar. 

crusilly fitchee, three tleurs-de-lis, sa. (Another, 

six cross crosslets fitchee.) 
Bereford, ar. semee of fleurs-de-lis sa. 
Bereford, sa. five fusils, in bend, ar. 
Bereford, sa. a bend, indented, ar. 
Bereford, ar. three fleurs-de-lis sa. 
Bereford. Same arms, v. itb a label gu. 
Bi-RFORU, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three pellets. 
l^EREGNEY, gu. a fesse, betw. six cross crosslets, 

erui . 
Berel.vkd, gu. a chev. betv/. three bears' heads, 

erased, ai-. muzzled sa. 
Bi;renden, gu. on a bend ar. three roses sa. 
Berenger, quarterly, or and az. on a bend gu. 

three lleurs-de-lisof"the first. — Crest, on a mount, 

a tree, vert. 
Bcrenyer, or, a cross az. over all, a bend gu. 
BcreiKjer, or, a cross vert, on a bend over all gu. 

three fleurs-de-lis of the field. [G}-(iiited, to 

—7- Berenqer, of Bucks, hij WU'dam Secjar, 

imo.] 

Bcrencjcr, [Hants,] or, a cross vert, over all a 
hen'dlet gni. 

Beriitfjer, [Buckinghamshire,] or, a cross vert, on 
a bend gai. three fleurs-dolis or. — Crest, a stem 
of a holly-tree, raguled and trunk ed, jaceut, 
sprouting out a branch, in ])ale, leaved and 
fructed,"a!l ppr. [ Hei-alds' Oi/ice, Bucks, C. 
2(5.] 



B E R 

Berinr/er, or, a cross vert, and bend gu. 

Beringer, [Hants,] ar. a cross vert, on a bend gu. 
three tieurs-de-lis or. 

Beruifjer. See 1?eren(;er. 

Bereskord, [Kent,] ar. three fleurs-dedis, betv.-. 
eight cross crosslets, fitchee, sa. — Crest, a dra- 
gon's head, erased, az. pierced through the neck 
V itli a broken spear or, and holding a i>iece of 
the same in his mouth, headed ar. 

Beresford, [Beutly, Derbyshire,] ar. a bear salient 
sa. armed gu. muzzled, collared, and chained, 
or.— Crest, the same. 

Beresfurd, az. a lioii, rampant, ar. gnttee de 
san;;-. 

Beresford. [Kent,] ar. a bear, erect, sa. chained 
and muzzled, or. 

Beresford, [Beresford, Staffordshire,] ar. three 
bears, rampant, sa. muz/Jed, lined, and ringed, 
or. 

Beresford, [Derbyshire,] ar. a bear, rampant, su. 
muzzled, and collared, with a chain turned over 
his back, or. 

Berested, 0?- Beresets, ar. three beras' Jieads, 
erased, sa. muzzled gu. 

Bere«', or Berson, ar. tlnee bears' heads, 
couped, sa. muzzled or. 

Beriavashe, gu. a lien, rampant, or. 

BjiRi'ORD, gu. a lion, rampant, erm. 

Bcrford, sa. a bend, mascully, ar. 

Bergaigne. [France,] gu. a lion, rampant, hold- 
ing in l)is dexter paw a sword erect ar. — Crest, 
a demi lion, holding a sv.ord ai'. [^Granted 
February 10, 1G31.]' 

Bekiiam, [Lancashire,] ar. a chev. betw. three 
bears, jmssant, sa. 

Berliam, [Kent,] ar. three bears, passant, sa. armed 
gu. muzzled or. 

Beriiome, ar. a chief, indented, az. over all a 
bend gu. 

Berifee, az. on a chev. engr. ai'. betw. three 
lions, rampant, of the second, three trefoils, 
sli])ped, sa. 

Beriffc, [Colchester, Essex.] ar. on a fesse gu. 
betw. six trefoils, slipped, % ert, a lion, passant, 
or. — Crest,. out of a mural coronet gu. a demi 
lion, rampant, or, ducally crowned gu. holding 
in his dexter paw a trefoil, slipped, vert. 

Beriffe, [Essex,] az. on a chev. engr. ar. betw. 
three trefoils, slipped, erui. as many lions, ram- 
l)ant, sa. — Crest, in grass vert, a beaver, passant, 
ppr. collared or. 

Berill, [London,] sa. on a chev. ensr. bei\^. 
three tov.ers ar. as many fleurs-de-lis gu. 

Berindon, or Bkringhon, vert, a chev. erm. 
betw. three gTiflins' heads, erased, ar. CAnothvr, 
the n-riflins' heads or ) 

[ "' ] 



B E R 

Bering, cliequy, ar. and g-u. a beml, chequy, az. 

and or. 
}icrin(/s, fiisilly, or and gii. 
Berings, lozengy, gu. and or. 
Bercnr/, or, a cross az. over all a bend gu. 
Berijn, ar. three crosses formce, fitchcc, sa. 
Bf.RIXGBURGH, or, a seal's foot, erect and erased, 

ppr. 
BEKiNGHA!\t, per pale, indented, ar. and sa. 
BeriiKjham, az. a iiond, engr. or. (Ariolltcr, 

ar.) 
Bcrwfjham, per pale, indented, ar. and g-u. 
Berbujham, per pale, indented, ar. and az. two 

spear heads, counterchanged. 
Berbuiham, [Worcester,] az. a bend or, and a label 

of three points gu. 
Beretiyliam, az. a bend, engr. or, a label gu. 
I3KR1NGTON, [Leicestershire,] ar. a lion, rampant, 

tail fonrcliee, sa. charged on the shoulder with a 

flen.r-de-lis or. 
Bcrington, per pale, ar. and sa. a cross, engr. 

counterchanged. 
BeriiKjton, [StaOordshire,] az. three gTcyhounds 

courant, in pale, ar. collared gu. 
Beringlon, [Salop.] The same, v-itli a bordure 

gu. 
Berivr/ion, ar. a lion, rampant, gu. ducally crowned 

or, within a bordure, engr. az. bezautee. — 

Crest, a Hon, sejaat, crowned 

Berrhiglon, sa. three greyhounds, courant, ar. 

collared gu . 
Beriston, sa. six martlets or. 
Bcraslon, quarterly, ar. and sa. over all, on a bend, 

cottised, gu. three crosses formec or. [Granted, 

to Philip Bcraslon, of Aldenluim, Hertford- 
shire, hy Williftin Camden, anno IGOG.] 
Berjugden, vert, a chev. efni. betw. three 

griflins' lieads, erased, or. Sec Bering don. 
Berkenjiead, gii. three ducal crowns or, on a 

chief of the second, as many laurel-leaves 

ppr. 
Berkiiead, or Berkenhead, sa. three garbs 

or, within a bordure ar. ( Anotlier, the bordure 

or.) 
Berhliead, [Crestwhate, Cumberland,] sa. a chev. 

ar. betw. three garbs or. — Crest, a goat's head, 

erased, per fesse or and gu. attired sa. 
BekkIjEV, az. two lions, passant, or. 
Berkley, gu. a chev. betw. ten crosses jnittee ar. 

• — Crest, a bear's head ar. muzzled gu. 
Berkley, gu. a chev. erm. betw. ten crosses pattee 

ar. — Crest, a unicorn, passant, gu. armed and 

crined or. 
Berkeley, [Scotland,] az. a chev. or, betw. three 

crosses pattee ar. 
Berkins, sa. three quarts ar. 



. B E R 

Berkrall, or Berkroels, [Gloucester,] az. 

a chev. betw. three crescents or. 
Berk WELL, ar. a fesse betw. three eagles, dls- 

))laycd sa. 
Bl RKYM, ar. a fesse az. and label of tliree points 

gu. 
Berlev, [Ireland,] az. a chev. betw. three leo- 

pard.s' faces or. 
Berley, gu. three nudlets or, a quarter erm. 
Berley, gu. three mullets or, a canton erm. 
Berley. See BuRLEV. 
Berlinge, erm. on a cross gu. five flcurs-de-lLa 

of the field, 
IjERLING i;r, ar. three annulcis, two and one, 

conjoined to a fourth in the centre by a filkt, 

sa. 
Berlingham, or, on a cross gu. five fleurs-de- 
lis of the field. 
Berlinyham, [Essex,] gu. three bars ar. 
Birlangham. See BlRLANCn AM and BiRLiNG- | 

HAM. I 

Berminciiam, per pale, dancettee, or and gu. a ; 

chief az. ; 

Bermingham, gu. an ink moline, betw. two ; 

martlets, in fesse, ar. • 

Bermingham, [Norfolk,] ar. on a bend, cottised, 

gu, tln-ee escallops or. 
Bermingham, [Vrarwickshire,] per pale, indented, 

ar. and sa. 
Bermingham, bany bendy, or and gu. 
Bermingham, per pale, indented, sa. and ar. 
Bermingham, ])er pale, indented, or and gu. s 

chief az. 
Bermingham, per pale, indented, or and gu. a bor- 
dure az. 
Berviingham, per pale, indented, or and gu.v.ittiin 

a bordure vert, platee. 
Bermingham, gu. a millriud, in bend, bet\\. i\\o 

martlets ar. fyl/iof/ier, the field ,sa.) 
Birmingham, [Ireland,] per pale ijidented gu. and 

or, within a bordure az. f Another, the liordure 

vert.) 
Birmingham, az. a bend fusilly or. 
Birmingham, [Xoriolk,] ar. on a bend gu. cottised 

sii. three escallops or. 
Birmingham, per pale, indented, ar. and az. t«o 

spear heads, counterchanged. 
Birjniugham, az. a bend, lozengy, or. 
Ber.mley, or Barmely, or, tliree bars, and 

two pales, sa.. 
BERM"i', [Lincolnshire,] ar. three bends gu. and a 

chief of the last. 
Ber.v, M-. a cJiev. betw. three negroes' heads, 

couped, sa. 
Bernacke, ar. a fesse, and biunacle, sa. 
Bernake, erm, a fosse gu. 



B E R 

Bernake, erm. a bend gii. 

Jierv.ake, [Leicester,] ar. three horse barnacles sa. 
Ucrneck, or, a bear, rampant, sejant, sa. 
IjERNALL, vair, three cheveronels; yn.- — Crest, on 
. a vreatli, a denii lion, rampant, gn. 
]?F.HNAUU. See Uarnard. 
Bkrnas, [Sull'olk,] ar. a fesse, embattled counter- 

ejnbattled, %vitliin a bordure, sa. 
licrnas, [Suliblk,] ar. a fesse, crenellee, -witliin a 

bordure, sa. 
BkRNBACII, gu. three fishes, conjoined at their 

tails in ti'iangle, or, heads sa. 
BliKNiiREV, [Worcester,] ar. a lion, passant, 

guardant, betw. tliree escallops sa. 
Bkrn'k, quarterly, gu. and az. a cross engr. 

Berxers, quarterly, vert and or, in the centre a 

mullet sa. a label for dilVerence. 
Berncrs, [Tharlield, Hertford,] quarterly, or and 

vert. — Crest, a monkey ppr. en-\ ironed about 

the loins, and lined, or. 
Eerneston, gu. a cross raolijie or, in the dexter 

corner, a mullet, pierced, ar. 
Bcrneslon, gu. a cross moline, ar. 
Berxewell, or BERiNWEEL, [Ireland,] erm. 

a bordm-e, engr. gu. 
]iERNEV, [Norfolk,] quarterly, gu. and az. over 

all, a cross, engr. erni. 
Bcrneij, ar. a chev. betw. three dexter iiands, 

conped, sa. 
Beriicy, ar. a fesse az. betw. three escocheons, 

vert. 
Berney, az. a cross engr. erm. iu the first quarter, 

a crescent ar. 
Berney, ar. a fesse, betw. three escocheons, 

vert. 
Bernham, or Berxtham, [Norfolk,] sa. a 

cross, betw. four crescents, ar. 
Bcniham, sa. a cross ar. 
Bernheim, ar. a fleur-de-lis, on the top 

three grass spires, eacli containing seven 

piles gu. — Crest, a fleur-de-lis, as in the 

arms. 
Bermuietz, ar. a bear, in bend siuisier, support- 
ing a bowed staff, sa. 
BERNiNGHAJi,[Norfolk,lar. onabend gii.cottised 

az. three escallops or. 
Bcniliiyham, ar. on a bend gu. cottised sa. three 

escallops or. 
Birningham, az. a bead engr. ar. ( Anotlier, adds 

a label of three points gu.) 
BirniiKjham, az. a bend engr. or, a label of three 

points gu. 
BiiRN.s, [Soham, Cambridge,] ar. U\q l-ars, em- 
battled, sa. in chief tliree pellets. — Crest, I'n 

ounce aj-. collared and chained or. 



B E R 

Bernstein, ar. a bear, rampant, sa. 
Bkrntres, quarterly, or and vert. 
Beromv, [Cumberland,] masculy, ar. and sa. 
Beron, and BerRN, [Lincolnshire,] ar. three 

bends gu. 
Bcron, ar. a bend, double cottised on the chief 

side, gu. 
Beronijen, gu. on a bend ar. three roses sa. 
Berondon, ar. three roses sa. 
Bn-ondon, [Norlhunibcrland,] sa. three roses 

Berondon, [Staffordshire,] gii. on a bend ar. three 

cinqiiefoils sa. 
EerondowNE, [Northuniberlund,]gu. three roses, 

ar. 
Berondovme, [Cumberland,] gu. a bend, betw. 

three roses, ar. seeded sa. 
Bkrowe, or Berewe, [Gloucester,] ar. three 

bears' heads, couped at the neck, sa. muzzled, 

or, a chief az. — Crest, a sea-horse's head, 

erased, sa. bezautee, maned and finned or. 
Berrist.\ll, gu. an ostrich's head, erased, ar. 

a chief or. 
Berrixgton. See Bi-.ringtox. 
Berrovs, or Berrois, ar. a bend az. cottised 

Berrv, or Bury, [Bury, Lancasliire,] sa. a 

chev. or, betw. tliree plates, each charged with 

a cross pattee gu. 
Berry, or Bury, [De\ou,] or, three bars gu.— 

Crest, a grifi'in's head, erased, per pale indented, 

ar. and gu. 
Berry. [Devon,] gu. three bars or. Same 

crest. 
Berry, ar. a barberry branch, fnicted, ppr. 
Berry, [Oxford,] vert, a cross crosslet or. 
Berry, [Burly, Devon,] erm. on a bend engr. sa. 

three fleurs-de-lis or. 
Berry, [Berrinkerber,] barry of ten, or and 

Bcry, [Devon,] ar. a cross, betw. four martlets, 

within a bordure, all sa. 
Bery, [Devon,] ar. two bars gu. 
Bery, [Devon,] ar. three bars gu. in chief a crescent 

sa. charged Avith another, or. 
Bcry, [Colton, Devon,] erm. on abend az. three 

fleurs-de-lis or. 
Bery, [Bury, Devon,] gu. three bars or. — Crest, 

a giiflin's head, erased, party per pale, danceftee, 

ar. and gu. 
Bert/, or Barry, [\\'inscot and Bendori, De\on,] 

harry of six, ar. and gu.— Crest, a wolf's head, 

erased, sa. 
Berij, [Devon,] or, three bars gu. 
Bcry, [Collaton, De\on,] erm. on a bend engr. 

az. three fleurs-de-lis or. 

[ L 2 ] 



B E 11 

Bery, sa. a chev. ar. betw. tliree aunulets, gobony, 

ar. and az. 
Bery, [Utterby, Lincolnshire,] vert, a cross cross- 
let or. 
Bery, [London.] The same. 
Bery, [^^'orlillghanl, Sullblk,] eriii. on a bend 

engr. az. three tieurs-de-lis or, each charged 

with an anmdet sa. 
Bery, quarterly, enn. and az. 
Bery, quarterly, gu. and crin. 
Bery, or, t\vo bars, and a chief, gu. 
Bery, [Norfolk,] per chev. sa. and enii. in chief 

two lions, rampant, or. 
Bery, quarterly, erm. and az. in the sinister 

chief and de.xter base, two falcons, volant, 

or. 
Bery, sa. a ch6v. betw. three hats ar. 
Bery, bany of six, gu. and or. 
Bery, barry of si.v, or and gu. 
Bery, erm. on a chief, indented, sa. two lions, 

rara])ant, or. 
Bery, ar. on a bend az. three lions' heads, erased, 

or. 
Bery, ar. a cross, betw. four martlets, gu. 
Eerryman, [Devon,] ar. a chev. betw. three 

hor.ses, passant, sa. — Crest, on a wreath, a 

horse's head, erased, si. 
Bkrsh.\m, gu. on a bend ar. three crosses formee 

sa. 
Bersich, ar. a pearch az. 
Bersis, or, a lion, rampant, gu. witliin a bor- 

dure sa. bezantce. 
Berstox, az. three butterflies, voh;nt, nr. 
Berswater, or Bersawter, ar. three boars' 

heads, erased, gu. 
Berswater, or Bersanier, ar. three boars' head.s, 

sanglant, sa. 
Berth;, ar. three battering rams, barways, ppr. 

headed az. armed and garnished or. — Crest, a 

saraceu's head ppr. ducally crov.ned or. 
Bertleys, [Cheshire,] ar. on a chev. betw. three 

cross crosslets, fitchee, az. as many fleurs-de- 
lis of the field. — Crest, a Hon, rampant, az. 

holding a tree, erased at the root, ppr. 
Bertout, or, three pales gu. on a cauton sa. a 

lion, passant, ar. 
Bertoy, [Norfolk,] erm. on a fesse gu, three 

aunulets or. 
Bertram. SeeBARXRA.M. 
Bertram, gu. a fesse or. 
Bertram, ar. seraee of crosslets, within a bordure 

Bertram, [Eoliall,] or, an orlc az. 
Bertram, or, an iuescochcon az. 
Berven, or Ber^ven, ar. a lion, raminint, sa. 
within a bordure, cngr. of the second. 



B E S 

Bervers, [Essex,] ar. two bars, embattled 

counter-embattled, sa. 
Berwell, az. a bend, betw. three mullets. 

or. 
Berwick, [Lancashire and Durham,] ar. three 

bears' heads, erased, sa. muzzled gu. See 

Barwick. 
Berirkk, [Kent,] ar. a bear's head, erased, gu. 

muzzled or. 
Berwykc, ar. a bears' head, erased, sa. muzzled 

or. 
Berwyke, ar. three bear's beads, erased, sa. muzzled 

or. 
Berwi^., ar. a bend az. cottised gu. 
Beryn. See Bering. 

Bes.VYNT, or Besanit, quai-terly, per fesse in- 
dented, gu. and or, in the chief quarter, a leo- 

]iard ar. 
Be.seley-. See Be.\sley. 
Besfokd. See Bosi'ord. ■ - ■ 

Be.SHE, or, four bends az. a canton erm. 
Besill, gu. a chev. ar. betw. three plates. 
Besills, erm. three annulets gu. 
Besilts, erm. three torteau.xes. 
Besil/s, ar. three torteauxes. 
Besills, ar. three torteauxes, within a bordure 

g-u. 
Besills, or Besdes, [Worcester,] az. ten bezants, 

four, three, two, and one. 
Besills, [Yorkshire,] ar. three aunulets, within a 

bordure, gu. 
Besixgton, az. a quatrefoil ar. 
Bcsinr/lon, az. a cinquefoil ar. . . ^ - 

Besingion, az. a cinquefoil or. . • ■ , . ,■ 

Bcssinyloii, az. a cinquefoil ar. 
Besley. See Beasley, 
Eesny, or BeS"S'N, ar. on a bend, eugr. gu. 

three lions, passant, of the field. 
Bcsity, quarterly, per fesse indented, gu. and or, 

in the first quarter, a lion, passant, gaiardant,' 

ar. 
Beso.m, or Be.sym, [Cumberland,] lozeugy, sa. 

and ar. (Another, ar. and sa.) 
Besom, or, a cross, lozengy, ar. ( yhiollier, az. 

another, sa ) 
Besome, or, five fusils, in cross, az. 
Bessome, or, five fusils in cross, four az. the mid- 
dle one ar. 
Bezome, fusilly, ar. and sa. 
Bezoinc, lozengy, ar. and sa. 
Besse, gu. the limb of a tree, v.ith two leaves, 

in bend, ar. 
Besset, [Worcester,] az. bczantee. 
Besenten, ar. a crescent, betw. three sulliers, 

engr. humettee, sa. 
Bes:syng, [Staft'ordshire,] az. three rests or. 



B E S 

15 EST, sa. a lion, ram])ant, ar. on a bordure or, 

eight cinquelbils hz. 
Jksl, [Loudon and Kent,] per cliev. neludee, cnii. 
and ermines, three stags' heads, erased, or. — 
Crest, out of a ducal coronet gu. a demi 
peacock, v.ith wings expanded, or, holding 
in his L»cak a snake piir. entwined round his 
body- 
Besl, [Kent,] sa. a cincjuefoil, betw. eight cross 
crosslets, or.^Crest, out of a ducal coronet, an 
ostrich's head, betw. two wings, ar. in the beak 
a cross crosslet or. 
Besle, [Sliddletou-Quernbow, Richmond, York- 
shire,] gu. a chev. ar. betw. nine arrows or, 
tlu'ee, three, and three, each parcel two in sal- 
tier and one in ptJe, barbed and banded of the 
second. — Crest, an archer's arm, embowed, gu. 
holding a bow, in pale, and resting on the wi-cafli, 
j)pr. strung ar. 
Bestar, vert, a bull ar. armed and ungated 

or. 
Bested, gjTonuy of eight, sa. and erm. 
Besti.ami, gu. nine anows, three, three, and 
three, each jjarcel having two in saltier and one 
in pale, or, barbed nr. a chief, dancettee, 
erm. 
Bestney, [Hertfordshire,] per pale, sa. and gu. 
a lion, rampant, guardant, ar. crowned or.— 
Crest, out of a ducal coronet, a demi griffin, 
ar. 
Bestorike, ar. on a saltier gu. five estoiies 

or. 
Bestrow, 07- Bestroe, ar. on a bend sa. betw. 
two fleurs-de-lis of the second, three boai's' 
heads, couped, or. — Crest, an elephant's head, 
erased, per chev. or and sa. arjued of the 
secoiul. 
Beswick, gu. three plates. 

Besutck, gu. ten be'/^uiis, four, three, two, and 
one, on a chief ar. a lion, passant, guardant, 
az. 
Beswick, [Loudon,] gu. ten bezants, four, three, 
two, and one, on a chief or, a lion, passant, sa. 
— Crest, a demi lion or, holding a bezant. 
(Another, Beswick, Besv.ick, Kent, the lion 
ppr. double queud,) 
Beswic/c, [Kent,] gu. six bezants, three, two, and 
one, on a chief or, a lion, passant, az. armed 
£ujd langued of the first. 
Beswick, [Kent,] gu. six bezants, three, two, 

and one, on a chief <iz. a lion, passant, or. 
Bcsivycke, [London and Kent,] gu. three bezants 
and a chief or.— Crest, a demi lion or, holding 
betw. his paws a bezant. 
Besyn, quarterly, engr. gu. and or. in the first 
quarter, a lion," passaut,\ar. 



BET 

Besyn, or Besny, ar. on a bend, engr. gu. three 
lions, [lassant, of the field. 

Bi:tai.l, or, a fes.se gu. betw. three tor- 
teauxes. 

BeUill, ar. a fesse gu. in chief, two torteauxes. 

])eta\iele, [London, 1283,] purp. a grifiin, se- 
jant, or. 

Birr.AVNE, gu. a sa.ltier, betw. four fleurs de-lis 
or. 

Beteler, bendy of ten, ar. and ga. 

Betemia.m, or Be'!'NAM, [Kent,] ar. a saltier, 
engr. betw. four bears' heads, sa. muzzled or. 
— Crest, a bear's head, erased, sa. muzzled and 
billettee, or. 

Beienliam, ar. on a saltier, engr. sa. a plate, betw. 
four bears' heads, erased, of the second, muz- 
zled gu. 

BetenSON, [Kent,] or, a fesse gu. ^\ithin a bor- 
dure, engr. az. 

Beterley, ar. a fesse gu. in chief three tor- 
teauxes. 

Beleley, gu. a fesse ar. betw. three plates. 

Beti;well, gyronuy of eight, enn. and bendy, 
lozengy or and gu. 

Beteiccli, per saltier, erm. and lozengy, or and az. 
))er pale counterchrmged. 

Betfield, [Clege, Liuicashire,] per fesse, gu. 
and erm. a label of five points ar. 

Betiiam, [Lancashire,] or, a chief, iadentcd, az. 
and bend gu. 

Bclhruii, [Bucks,] erm. a chev. betw. three boars, 
jjLissant, sa. armed or. — Crest, out of a ducal 
coronet or, an elephant's head ar. 

Beth ELL, or Bythell, [Winchester,] ar. on 
a chev. betw. three boars' heads, couped, sa. a 
crescent or. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, 
a boar's head and neck ar. (AiiolJier cresl. 
on a ducal coronet or, a boar's head, couped, 
sa.) 

BelhcU, [Hertford and York,]ar. on a chev. betw. 
three boars' heads, couped, sa. an estoile or. — 
Crest, an eagle's head, couped, betw. a pairol 
wings, displayed, az. charged on the neck with 
an estoile or. [The same arms Lome by S/inf/shy 
Bithell, Lord Mayor of London, l/oO.] 

Bethune, [Scotland,] az. a fesse betw. three 
mascles or. 

Belhune, [Scotland.] Tiie same, within a h.or- 
dure or. — Crest, an otter's head, couped, 
ar. 

Betiiumia, ar. a fesse gu. 

Beton, ar. a fesse gu. in chief a lion, passant, 
sa. 

Belon, az. a bend, betw. six mullets or, pierced 
gu. 

Beton, or Belitne, or, a lion, rampant, sa. 



B E V 

Beton, or, a lion, rampant, sa. a label of five 

points gu. 
Beton, ar. a boriJ, li>7cnc:y, sa. 
Beton, or Bet dm, [CJrtMt Berwick, Shropshire,] 

ar. two pales sa. each charged M-ith three cross 

crosslets, fitclitl-e, or. 
Beton, ar. a bend lozcu^ry sa. a label of three 

points gu. 
Beton, az. a fcsse, bctw. tlircc n\;i?cles or. 
Belun, [Earl of .Mbcinarle,] bendy of six ar. and 

gu. n chief or. 
Betr.vy, erm. on a chev. gu. three escallops 

or. 
Bctrai/, sa. fretty or. — Crest, an arm, enibowed, 

habited gu. cuff ar. holding in the baud ppr. a 

torteaux. 
BUTSFIORNE, ar. on a saltier, engr. gu. fire es- 

toiles or. 
Betisthorite, [Wilts,] ar. on a saltier, gu. five es- 

toiles or. 
Betsiue, or 15ESTED, [Devon,] oz. three lo- 

xeuges, in fesse, ar. betw. as many bucks' heads 

or. 
Bet.SON, [Scothnid,] or, a saltier vair. — Crest, a 

bridge of tlirec arches ppr. 
Betts, sa. on a bend ar. three cinqucfoils 

&"• 

Betlcs, sa. on a bend or. three cinquefoils gu. all 
^-itliin a bordurc, eiigr. or. — Crest, out of a 
ducal coronet cr, a buck's head s-u. attired or, 
gorged witliacolhjr ar. charged MJth three cinquc- 
foils gu. 

Belles, [Norfolk,] sa. a bend, betw. t\vo cottises, 
ar. charged witli three cinqueloils gu. 

Betlcs, [Norfolk,] sa. on a bend ar. cottised or, 
three cinquefoils, pierced, gti. 

Betteswortii, [Tyning, Sii.ssex,] az. a lion, 
rampant, per fesse or and ar. — Crest, on the 
stump of a tree Aert, a lion, sejant, per iesse 
or and ar. holding in his dexter paw a battle-axe 
gu. headed ar. 

Bf.TTWKLL, ar. a fesse, betw. three eagles, dis- 
played, sa. 

•Betty, or, a betony-leaf p])r. 

Betune, or, a lion sa. a label of five points 

Betune, ar. a fesse gu. and in cliicf a lion, passant, 
sa. 

BbTUNES. Sec BlCTTON. 

Bktwill, gu. a denii wolf ppr. issuant to the 
sinister, liis feet erected, each side of his heail 
ar. 

Bkvell, or, two chev. and a canton gu. 

Bevell, [IIuntiii;;aou,] gu. a chev. or, betw. three 
bezants. 

BeveilU, [Huntingdonshire,] erm. n bull, passant. 



B E V 

BevUe, gu. a chev. or, betw. three bezants. 
Bevile, sa. a chev. betw. llirec mullets, pierced, 

ar. 
Decile, erni. a bull, passant, gu. armed and un- 

guled, or. 
Bevile, [Sulfulk,] fiiiaitorly, or and sa. 
Beville, Jicviin, or Htcin, [Cornwall,] ar. a bull, 

passant, gu. — Crest, a griruu, passant, or. 
Beavill, or, a chief a/.. 

liLVKK. See BUAt'VOIR and liF.LVOir.K. 
Bkvercot, quarterly, nr. .-.nd az. a cross, coun- 

terchauged. (Anothsr, with a label of three 

points gu.) 
Be VERCOC'RT.ar. across patoncc, ( another, i^ory,) 

az. 
Bevereham, [Ireland,] gn. on a bend, betw. 

two lions, rampant, ar. three pellets. — Crest, 

out of a coronet or, an armed arm, holding a 

sword ppr. 
Beveridce, [Kent, Chichester, and Normandy,] 

vert^ in point, barry wavy of sLx, ar. and az. 

two beavers, rampant, combatant, or. — Crest, 

out of a ducal coronet or, a demi beaver 

ppr. 
Bcveridge, per pale, gu. and vert, a lion, rampant, 

ar. 
Beverley, ar. a chief, bevile, vert. 
Bever/eij, ar. a fesse indented, betw. three leo- 
pards' faces sa. 
Bcverlcij, erm. a rose gu. 
Beverley, gu. three bars erm. 
Beverley, []5cdfordsliire.] ar. a fesse, daucettee, 

betw. three leopards' heads, sa. 
Beverley, sa. on a chev. betw. three wolves' heads', 

erased, ar. three pellets. — Crest, on a mount 

vert, a wolf, passant, ar. pierced through the 

neck villi an arrow ppr. 
Beverly, [\ oi kshire,] ar. on a bend, betw. two 

unicorns' heads, erased, az. three fusils of the 

field. 
Beverly, ['\'orkshire,] erm. a rose gu. barbed and 

seeded pjT. 
Beverly, ['^'orkshire.] ar. a chev. sa. on a chief of 

the second, tiiree bulls' heads, cabossed, of the 

first. 
Beverly, quMrtoriy, ar. and gu. a rose, couuter- 

clianned, l)arbed, vert. 
Beverly, ar. a chev. sa. b(>tw. three ogresses. 
Beverly, per bend sinister, indented, sa. and or. 

in chiet a cross s.ircelly of the second. 
Jieverly, [Cornwall,] ar. a chev. gu. betw. three 

torteau\es. 
Bei.erlij, or, an incscochcon and three bars sa. in 

chief six pallets of the second. 
Beverly, or, two bars sa. in chief as majiy pales 

of the second, an inescocheon gu. 



13 E AV 

Ik-^rcrUf, ar. a chfT. gn. betw. tliree liv.rts. 
Ufvcjly, quiirtorly, iir. Liud g-u. a cross, counter- 

<'ljiingccl. 
JJr\ jjiMlAM, [Ho]ljrook-II;i]1. Sufi'dlk,] gri. a 

ur-dc-moliije, pierced, l)etw. two niartlets 

ar. 
J't'L-erslmm, [Scollaiid,] gu. a fer-de-moline ar. 

I»c(\v. two marllets or. 
35i;vj;/(KroNE, ar. on a saltier gn. five pstoiles 

or. 
Jtrnrxlnne, az. a cross moline ar. belw. twelve 

billois or. 
iicvt'i-slone, ar. on a saltier gii. five mullets of six 

])oinfs, or. 
]{r.\ larj'OTi;, or J3evj:rtourt, ar. a cross, 

(lowered, az. a label of the last. 
15i:vii.F.R, or, a pale, bevile, purp. 
Jli;\ iLi,, sa. a carpenter's square or. 
lUvlU, [Cornwall,] ar. a bull, passant, gu. 
Heviil, [Cornwall,] erni. a bull, passant, gu. armed, 

and uiiguled, or. 
J5i;\ IS, gu. a saltier ar. a chief indented, point in 

point, of the second and first, 
Ekuflet, per pale, or and gu. three bends 

r.Kii.EY. See Bkv.-ley. 

1?KURLE, or, on a chev. sa. three bezants. 

1)K\V, ar. two lions, passant, guardant, sa. on 

a chief of tlie second, three covered cu])s 

or. 
r.EWCiiASTEL, sa. R fesse ar. 
1'kv> CHAM, or r.EV.CHAM, gii. fretfy ar. 
Bciii-hain, sa. a chev. or, betw. three lions' heads, 

erased, ar. 
IJevvI'.lle, or, a cliev. betw. t!n-ee torteauxes. 
]'>EWET, gu. a cliev. betw. three demi lions, ram- 
^ pa„(, ar. 

Bmvi'ici;, quaricrly, indented, ar. and az. 
Ircirf/ce, i\z. three lielmets ar. 
IjJiW'i'ORT, per fesse, ar. and gii. in chief three 

torteauxes, in base a plate. 
IJi'.AVi'OY, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three eagles, dis- 
played, vert. 
l>i;\\ KKONT, paly of six, or and gii. 
I''i;\\ IE, or, three barrulels gu. over all a saltier of 

the last. 
^il.WiKE, per bend, or and gu. billettee, and 

three boars' heads counterchanged. 
Ii'.v:i/ce, per bend, gu. and or, on a bend ar. three 

I'oars' heads, couped, sa. 
lii-WEEv, or, thiee bars sa. in chief two pales 

:»t the second, au iuescocheon gu. 
H'Hrlvij, [London, 124.3,] quarterly, tu-. and gu. a 

•■ross counterchanged. 
li.i'irlnj, [Kent,] ar. a chev. betw. three eagles' 

h.<;iids, erased, sa. 



Bni-ley, ar. a chev. betw. three choughs' 

heads, (another, hawks',) erased, sa. beaked, 

gu. 
Bewley, [Suffolk,] gu. a fesse, betw. three roses 

ar.— Crest, an ibex's head or, issuing out of the 

centre of a rose gu. barbed vert. 
Beuley, cnn. on a canton gu. uti orle ar. 
IjEWMarris, or, a fesse az. 
IJewhell, [Cornwall,] gu. abend vair, cottised 

ar. betw. six escallops of the second. 
Bewpell, gu. a bend vair, betw. three eagles, dis- 
played, ar. 
Bewprc. The same as Bi:awpree. 
Bewris, erm. a chev. sa. betw. two lions, pas- 
sant, guardant, or. 
Bewrye. See Bury. 

EWSON, ar. on a chev. betw. three goats' heads 

.«:a. as many cscal!o])s of the field. 
Bexiilel, or Bexull, or, a lion, rampant, az. 

frctty ar. 
Bexwell, ar. six annulets sa. three, two, 

and one. (Another, with a bordure, engT. 
, §'"•) 
Bexxcell, ar. six ogresses, three, two, and one. 

C Another adds a bordure, engr. gu.) 
Beyford. See Bayford. 
Beyfraxd, sa. six martlets ar. 
Beyle, ar. three torteauxes. 
Beyley. See Bayley. 
Beyman. See BAY^fAM. 
Beynceere, [Sudoliv,] or, a lion, rampant, gu. 

colhued ar. (Another, tail forked.) 
Beyxha.m. See Baynha.m. 
Beyxton. See Bayntox. 
Beysis, or Bestis, or, a lion, rampant, gu. 

v, ithin a bcr.'ure ^a. bezantee. 
Beysyxi KC.n, or, a canton, indented in the 

i)ottoni, gu. 
151AXFR0XS, jialy of six, or and gu. 
BlEEEEES, or ijiBLES, and Bibbeswortm, 

[HertfordL-hirc,] az. three eagles, displayed, 

or. 
BiUERCACii, ar. on a mount in base, a tree with 

two bodies vert. 
BiBLE.<\voRTn, [Herefordshire,] az. six eagles; 

displayed, or. 
Bihksworth, a;;, six nails or. 
Bihiesworth, sa. six; eagles, displayed, ar. 
]}ICHE, vaire, ar. and gu. on a canton of the se- 
cond, a garb or. 
Biche, [Berks,] ar. on a bend gu. three bucks' 

heads or. 
BicmXGFlELi), sa. a lion, pa.ssant, ar. 
B1CK.ERING, chequy ar. and gu. 
BiCKERSTAFFE, [Kent and Lancashire,] sa. a 
cross crosslet ar. 



BID 

BlCKERSTATH, [Bickerstatli, Lancashire,] ar. on 

a cross patonce sa. five mullets or. 
Bkkerslalh, ar. on a cross patonce az. five mullets 

or. 
ElCKERTON, [Essex, and Beeby, Leicestershire,] 

ar. on a chev. sa. three pheons of the field. — 

Crest, a martlet or. 
B'lckerlon, [Scotland,] ar. an eagle, displayed, gii. 

beaked and mcmbered sa. 
BiCKLEY, [Chidall, Sussex,] or, a chev. crenollee, 

betw. three griflins' heads, erased, sa. 
Biclclcij, [Attleliorough, Norfolk,] ar. a chev. 

counterembattled, betw. three ^itlins' heads, 

erased, sa. each charged ^vith a plate. 
liicklcij, ar. a chev. engr. betw. three martlets, 

sa. 
BiCKLiFE, [London,] ar. a chev. connter-cni- 

battled, betw. three griflius' heads, erased, 

sa. — Crest, a hind's head ppr. collared ar. 
BiCKXOR, ar. a chief az. 
Bickenor, ar. on a chief az. three lions, rampant, 

of the field. 
BiCKSBERY, ar. afesso, cottiscd, sa. 
BiCKTON, [Cornwall,] az. a fesse betw. tlueo 

fleurs-de-lis in chief, and as many annulets in 

base, or. 
BiCKWiTii, [Yorkshire,] ar. a chev. betw. 

three hinds' heads, couped, gu. See Beck- 

WITH. 

BiUALL, ar. a cross sa. in the first quarter an an- 
nulet of the second. 
BiDEFORU, or BiDFORD, baiTy wavy of six, 

ar. and az. a chief or. 
Bideford, ar. two bars, wavy, az. a chief 

or. 
Bmcooi), [Exeter, Devon,] ar. on a chief engr. 

az. a tortoise or. — Crest, a dexter hand erect, 

in armour, or, Iiolding an adder ppr. [Gra7i!ed, 

hi/ Thomas St. George, 1G90.] 
Bydgoude, ar. three mullets sa. betw. two bends 

engT. gu. 
BlDLAKE, [Bidlakc, Somersetshire,] gu. a fesse 

ar. betw. three birds of the second. 
BiDULi'H, [East Greenwich, Kent,] vert, an 

eagle, displayed, ar. — Crest, a wolf, salient, ar. 

vulned on the shoulder gu. 
Bidulph, [Bidulph, Staffordshire,] vert, an eagle, 

displayed, ar. — Crest, a wolf, sejant, reguar- 

dant, ar. (another, or,) vulned on the shoulder 

gu. 
Bidulph, [East Greenwich, Kent,] ar. an eagle, 

displayed, sa. 
BinwEi-!-, or BvDF.WFT-r,, gyronny of four, or 

and gu. four roundles, charged with as many 

martlets, all counterclianged. 
Bidwell, [Devon,] per saltier or and gu. four 



BIG 

ronndlcs, each charged with a martlet, all coun- 
terchaiiged. 

BiE. See Bye. 

BlELETT, ar. ou a fesse embattled, gu. a lion, 
passant, guardant, or. 

BiGBERY, [Devon,] az. an eagle, displayed, or, 
armed gu. (Anothei-, ar.) 

Bigberie, gu. an eagle ar. membered or. 

Bygbery, [Devon,] az. an eagle, ayrant, or, armed 
g;u. 

Bigg, ar. a fesse az. betw. three martlets sa. 

Bigg, per pale, erm. and az. a lion, passant, 
gu. crov.ned or, within a bordure engT. of 
the third, charged with eight fleurs-de-lis 
gold. — Crest, on a wreath, a rhinoceros ppr. 
[^Borne, (quarterly, with the arms of Wither in 
the fir.st quarter, being ar. on a chev. gu. betw. 
three crescents sa. a mullet or, and the crest of 
Wither, viz. on a WTeath, a demi hare az. in the 
mouth three ears of bigg, and charged on the 
shoulder with a mullet, or,) by Harris Bif/y- 
Wither, Esq. of Manydown, Hants, 1823.'] 

Bigg. [The same arms are borne quarteily, with 
Gulstou in the first quarter, (being bany nebniee 
of six, ar. and gu. on a bend sa. three plates, 
and the crest of Gulston, viz. on a wreath, an 
ostrich's wing, the feathers alternate ar. and gu. 
charged v.ith a bend, as in the arms,) by Frederick 
Gulston, Esq. of West Clandon, Surrey, l^'l'-i, 
formerly Bigg, who, hi/ royal sign-manual, as- 
sumed the surname of Gulston only.^ 

BiGGAR, [Scotland,] ar. a bend az. betw. three 
mullets gu. — Crest, a pelican's head, coupud, 
ppr. 

Bigger, ar. a bend, ragnly, betw. two mullets, az. 
— Crest, a peUcan's head and neck, vulning- her 
breast, ppr. 

BiGGS, [London,] per pale, erm. and az. a lion, 
passant, gu. crowned or, within a bordure, engr. 
of the third, charged with eight fleurs-de-lis of 
the fourth. — Crest, aleo])ard's face gu. (Another 
crest, a lamb, couchant, ar.) 

Bigges, [Stragglethorp, Lincolnshire,] gu. a fesse 
erm. betw. tl'.ree talbots, passant, ar. each having 
in his mouth a bird-bolt or. 

BiGHTiNE, purp. . a chev. couched sinister, 
or. 

BiGHTON, [Derbyshire,] ar. on a bend gu. betw. 
two stags' heads, cabossed, sa. a greyhound, 
courant, of the field. 
BlGllWAlES, vair, a chief gu. 

BiGi-ANn, [London, Gloucester, and Ilcaton, 
Northumberland,] az. two cars of big, (i. e. 
\, heat,) stalked and bladud, in fesse, or.— 
Crest, a lion, passant, reguardant, gu. holding, 
in his dexter pavv', an ear of big, as in the arms. 



B I L 

- Over tlie crest, this motto, Gratitude. [Granted 

to lialph JUffland, Esq. Norroy King of Arms, 

February 2\, 17G0.] 
Bigland, az. two ears of big, in pale, couped and 

bladed, or. 
BiGNELL, [Salisbury and London,] erminois, a 

lion, rampant, ^u. on a chief az. an ear of big, 

coiiped and bladed, or, betw. two estoiles, ar. 

— Crest, a wivern gu. wings elevated and in- 
dorsed, or, resting the dexter foot on an anchor 

of the last. [Granted to William Bignell, of 

Ijondon, 17G4.] 
BicoT, or, a cross, sarcelly, gu. 
Bigot, per pale, vert and or, a cross raoHne sa. 

(Another, gu.) 
Bigot t, or, a cross gu. 
Bigott, or, a cross gu. a label of five points 

az. 
Bigott, vert, a lion, rampant, or. 
Bygot, per pale, or and vert, a lion, rampant, gu. 

— Crest, seven arrows, or, six in saltier, ajid 

one in pale. 
Bygot, or Bygod, ar. a cross engr. sa. charged 

with five escallops of the field. 
Bygot, or, on a cross, engT. gu. five escallops of 

the first. 
Bygod, or Bygode, [Seakelthorp, Yorkshire,] or, 

on a cross gu. five escallops ar. — Crest, on a 

chapcau ar. charged with two bars az. and turned 

up gu. a dolphin, embowed, and devouring the 

cap, or. 
BiGOODS, ar. on a chev. gu. three crescents of the 

first. 
BiGWARE, or, a fesse gu. betw. three lozenges 

az. fAnother, six.) 
BiGWOOD, ar. on a chief sa. two crescents 

or. 
Bigv:ood, ar. on a chief gu. three (another, two) 

crescents of the field. 
BiLDYNK, [Suffolk,] per fesse indented, gu. and 

vert, three ducks ar. 
BiLF.RiiiKT, gu. a boy's face, couped below the 

shoulders, betw. two denii pillars ar. 
Bill, ar. a stork ppr. holding, in the dexter foot, 

an ancient battle-axe, or bill, handle gu. top az. 

— Crest, a stork's head, erased, ppr. 
Bill, erm. two wood-bills sa. with long handles 

ppr. in saltier, on a chief az. a pale or, (charged 
'- ■with a rose gu.) betw. two pelicans' heads, erased 

at the neck, ar. 
BlLLCUFFE, [Turganby, Kent,] az. a bend ne- 

bulee or, betw. six fleurs-de-lis ar. — Crest, a 

naked arm ppr. couped at the elbow, and erect, 

holding a battle-axe, also ppr. 
Billeuge, ar. a cbev. gu. betw. three holly leaves, 

vert. 



B I L 

Billerberg, ar. three stone billets, carved 
gu. 

Billers, [Sir William, Lord Mayor of London, 
1734,] per pale, gu. and sa. a lion, rampant, ar. 
crowned or. 

BiLLESBY, ar. a chev. betw. three stone bills 
sa. 

Bileshy, [Bylesby, Jjncolnshire,] ar. a chev. 
betw. three demi lozenges, couped, per pale, 
sa. 

BiLLESDON, [Sir Robert, Lord Mayor of Lon- 
don, 148:3,] az. a bend, cottised, or, in the sinis- 
ter chief an eagle's head, erased, of the se- 
cond. 

Bilsdon, [London,] az. abend, voided, or. 

Bylesdon, az. two bars gemelles, and a bend, 
gu. 

Bylesdon, [London,] az. two feendlets or. 

BiLLESLEY, ar. a bull, passant, gu. 

BiLLESWORTH, [Herefordshire,] ar. three eagles, 
displayed,' az. 

Billi:t, ar. a fesse g-u. in chief a greyhound 
purp. 

Billet, [Norfolk,] ar. a fesse gu. in chief a grey- 
hound sa. 

Billet, Belle t, or Billot, [Devon and Norfolk,] ar. 
on a chief gu. three cinquefoils of the field. 
— Crest, a hand and arm, couped at the elbow, 
in armour ppr. in the gauntlet a baton or. 

BiLLETTES, ar. a billet, raguled and trunked on 
each side, sa. fired in three places jipr. 

BiLLicJi, ar. a rat, salient to the sinister, sa. — 
Crest, a rat, as in the arras. 

Billing, gu. a chev. betw. tlu-ee goats ar. attired, 
or. 

Billing. [Dedingtou, Oxfordshire,] ar. a cross, 
voided, betw. twelve cross crosslets, fitchee, 

Billingdon, or Billington, ar. on a saltier, 

engr. sa. five fleurs-de-lis or. (Another, the sal- 
tier az.) 
Billingdon, ar. on a saltier, engr. sa. a fleur-de-lis 

or. 
Billinge, [Billinge, Lancashire,] ar. a cross, 

betw. four cro.ss crosslets, fitchee, gu. (Another, 

the cross voided.) 
BiL linger, billettee, counter-billettee, gu. and 

ar. 
BilUnger, az. a rose in 1 or. 
Billingford, [Suffol" .ad Norfolk,] sa. two 

bills endorsed, in saltier, ar. 
BiLLiNGiiuRST, [Newport, Isle of Wight,] az. 

three eagles, displayed, or, betw. nine cross 

crosslets, fitchee, ar. 
Billings, [Bedfordshire,] gu. a cross, betw. 

four cross crosslets, fitchee, ar. 

[M ] 



B IN 

BiLLlNGSLEY, [Londou,] gu. a fleur-de-lis or, a 
canton of the second. — Crest, on a mount, ^ crt, 
a leopard, couchant, or, sjjottod sa. 
BUlinydey , [Salop,] ar. a cross sa. voided of the 
field, five estoiles in cross, betw. four lions, 
rampant, of the second. — Crest, on a moiuit 
vert, a leopard, coucliaut, or, spotted sa. 
BiHin(/s[ey, [Sir Henrj', Lord Mayor of London, 
15UG,] quarterly; first and fourth, gu. a fleur-de- 
lis and canton or ; second, ar. a cross, voided, 
of the field, five estoiles, bctw. foiu: lious, ram- 
pant, sa. ; third, per saltier, az. and or, two 
cinquefoils m pale, and as many martlets in fesse, 
all counterchanged. 
BiLNKV, [Norfolk,] ar. an eagle, displayed, vert, 

mcmbered gu. 
BiLSDON, [London.] See BilleSDON. 
BiLSON, [Hant.s,] gu. a doulile rose, the inside 
gu. the other ar. and a pomegranate or, seeded 
ppr. both stalked and leaved vert, aiid conjoined 
in pale.— Crest, a bugle-horn or, stringed ar. 
and tasscllcd or. 
Bilson, gu. a rose ar. and pomegranate or, cou- 

joined in pale, leaved vert, seeded or. 
Bilson, [Hants,] ar. a pomegranate, slipped, 

ppr. 
BlLTERSWOKTH, or, three figworth flowers 

ppr. 
BiNDE, ar. two bai-s sa. on each three martlets 

or. 
BiNDEK, or Benoer, az. the head of anavosetta 

ppr. 
BiNDLOSSE, [Berwick, Lancashire, and West- 
moreland,] quarterly, per fesse indented, or 
and gu. on a bend az. a cinquefoil, betw. two 
martlets or. — Crest, a demi horse ar. ducally 
gorged az. 
BiNG, [Kent,] quarterly, sa. and or, in the cjiief 
dexter quarter, a Uou, rampant, giiardaut, of 
the first. 
Binge, quarterly, sa. and or, four lions, rampant, 

counterchanged. 
Binye, [Kent,] quarterly, sa. and ar. in the first 
quarter, a lion, rampant, of the second. — Crest, 
an antelope erm. attired or. 
Bynge, ar. on a fesse or, tlu-ee torteauxes, in chief 
a buck couraut sa. iu base as many butterflies 
az. 
BiNGEWARE, or, a fesse gu. betsv. four lozenges 

az. 
Bingivare, or, a fesse gu. betw. six lozenges 

az. 
Bingham, [Bingham-Melcombe, Dorsetshire,] 
az. a bend, cottised, betw. six crosses, formee, 
or. — Crest, an arm, couped at the elbow, erect, 
habited az. charged ou the sleeve with a cross. 



B I R 

formee, ar. cufT of the last, in tlie hand, ppr. a 

branch of laurels vert. ^Another crest, on a 

rock ppr. an eagle rising or.) 
Bine/ham, or, a fesse gu. betw. three water-bougets 

sa. 
Binyliam, [ITertfordahire,] vert, a cross moline 

or. 
Bincjham, [Kent,] or, on a fesse gu. three water- 

bougets ar. 
Bingham, per pale, ar. and sa. a lion, rampant, 

or, armed gu. (Another, the lion crowned 

or.) 
Bingliavi, or Bengliam, az. a fesse, dancettee, 

ar. 
BiNGLK^i', [Nottingham,] ar. two bars sa. on a 

canton of the second, a cross, formee, ar. 

charged with an annulet gu. — Crest, on a pellet, 

a cross formee, ar. charged with an annulet gu. 

betw. two wings or. 
Bingley, [Flintshire and Middlesex, 1605,] ar. 

two bars sa. on a canton of the second, a pheon 

of the first. — Crest, a ])heon ar. betw. two wuigs, 

or, behind the pheon and wings, a pellet. 
Bingley, [Yorkshire,] ar. three trefoils, in bend, 

sa. betw. two cottises gu. — Crest, a bear's head, 

erased, ar. muzzled and collared gu. studded and 

ringed or. 
Binley, ax. two bars and a canton sa. 
Binning, [Scotland,] ar. ou a bend, engr. sa. a 

mullet of the first. 
Binning, [Scotland,] ar. on a bend, engr. sa. a 

waggon of the field. — Crest, a horse's head, 

fiu-nished for a waggon, ppr. 
Binning, [Scotland,] ar. on a bend, engr. sa, a 

waggon or. 
Binning, ar. on a bend, engr. az. a waggon of the 

first, within a bordure erm. 
Binning, [Scotland,] ar. on a cross az. a crescent 

betw. four mullets of the first. 
BiNQUEMONT, [France,] or, three pellets. 
BiNWORTH, az. five lozenges, in cross, conjunct, 

or. 
BiNTWORTH, gu. five honcels, rampant, in cross, 

or. 
BlPEN, az. a lion, rampant, with two heads, 

or. 
Bii'ONT, gu. ten annulets or, four, three, two, and 

*ohe. 
BiPSHAM, [Billiuge, Lancashire,] ar. a rose 

and thistle, slipped, conjoined in pale, both 

ppr. 
BiRAM, ar. three hedgehogs sa. 
BiRBECK, az. a fesse chequy, or and sa. betw. 

three lions' heads, erased, gu. 
BiRCli, [Birch-Hall, Lancashire, also, of Lincoln- 
shire and London,] az. tlu-ee flours -de-hs or. — 



B I R 

Crest, a fleur-de-lis ar. entwined by a sefjieht 
ppr. 

Birch, az. three fleurs-de-lis and a canton ar. 

Jibxh, [Lancashire ami Salop,] ar. a chev. betw. 
three mullets sa. — Crest, a demi bird, with wings 
displayed, sa. 

Jiiirche, quarterly, or and az. 

Burche, or Burshe, [Devon,] sa. a fesse, betw. 
three birch leaves, ar, 

Bijrch, [Essex,] gu. on a chev. betsv. three griffins' 
heads, erased, ar. three lozenges az. a chief 
embattled of the second, charged with three 
birch branches vert. — Crest, a squirrel, sejant, 
bendy wavy of six, or and az. holding a birch 
branch vert. (Another crest, on a mount, a tree 
vert.) 

Byrch, [Bedfordshire.] Thesfune. — Crest, a hare, 
courant, sa. collared or. 

Byrch, [StaCfordsliire,] ar. three fleurs-de-lis 
az. 

Byrch, az. on a chev. ar. betw. three fleurs-de-lis 
or, a cross clechee gu. on a chief of the last, a 
portcullis chained of the second. — Crest, an 
eagle, rising, ppr. holding in his dexter talons, 
a banner az. charged with a cross clechee or, 
the staff, point, and tassels, of the last. 
[Granted to \VilliaM Dcjocas Byrch, Sussex 
and Kent, 1758.] 

Byrche, or, a chev. wavy, betw. three spread 
eagles az. 

Byrche, az. a lion, rampant, ar. armed gu. 

Byrche, ar. on a fesse, dancettee, sa. three be- 
zants. 

Berche, gu. a chev. betw. three eagles' heads, erased, 
ar. 

BiRCHENSiiAW, or EiRKENSiiAW, [Lancaster,] 
ar. a fesse, cottised, gu. in chief three mullets 
of the last. 

Birchenshaiv, ar. a Pegasus gu. 

Birches, or, three birch twigs sa. 

BiRCHiLL, [Birchill, Cheshire,] ar. on a chev. 
betw. three cross crosslets, litchee, sa. as many 
f fleurs-de-lis of the field. — Crest, a lion, rampant, 
az. supporting a tree vert. 

BiRCKicriT, ar. on a mount, atree, vert. 

Bird, [\Yestminster, descended from Salop,] az. 
a lion, passant, guardant, and ducally crowned, 
or, betw. three turtle-doves, rousant, ar. each 
holding in his beak a trefoil, slipped, or. — Crest, 
a ring dove pi)r. resting his ri^ht foot on a rose 
or. ^Granted September IG, 1723.] 

J^nd, [10"OG,] quarterly, ar. and sa. in the first 
quarter, an eagle, displayed, of the second. 
■ — Crest, on a dolphin ppr. an eagle or, wings 
expanded. 

Hird, [Bread-street, London, and Coventry, War- 



B I R 

wickshire,] ar. a cross moline vert, betw\ four 
martlets gu. a chief dove-tailed az.- — Crest, a 
greyhoinid's head vert, erased gu. gorged with 
a dove-tailed collar, or. 

Bird, [Derbyshire,] gu. a chev. embattled, ar. — 
Crest, on a mount vert, a stump of a tree, 
couped and erased, thereon a falcon, volant, all 
ppr. 

Bird, [Broxton, Cheshire,] ])er pale, or and ar. 
over all an eagle, displayed, sa. 

Bird, [Cheshire,] ar. a cross flurt, betw. fourmart- 
lets gu. a canton az. 

Biird, or Byrde, [London,] ar. on a fesse, betw. 
tlnee martlets gu. a rose betw. two fleurs-de-lis 
or. — Crest, an eagle's head, erased, bendy of 
eight, ar. and sa. ducally gorged or. 

Bttrde, ar. a cross, betw. four martlets gu. 

Bi/rd, or Byre, [Northamptonshire,] sa. on a chev. 
betw. three pheons ar. a -wolf's head, erased, 
betw. two mullets of the field. 

Byrde, [Staflordshire,] ar. a cross moline, betw. 
four martlets gu. a canton az. 

Byrde, ar. an eagle, displayed, sa. — Crest, on a 
dolphin, erabowed, ppr. an eagle, with wings 
endorsed, or. (Another, the field per pale, or 
and ar.) 

Byrde, [Lincolnshire,] ar. on a chev. engr. gu. 
betw. tlu-ee lions, rampant, sa. as many fleurs- 
de-lis or. — Crest, a demi lion sa. guttee de 
sang. 

Byrde, [Roydon, Kent,] vert, three stags' heads, 
cabossed, or, a canton erm. — Crest, a stags' 
head, cabossed, ar. betw. the attires or, a bird 
of the last. 

Berd, ar. on a bend sa. three taws of the field. 

Birdmanston, ar. seven' mascles conjoined, 
three, three, and one, sa. 

Birkornstox, ar, three bears' heads, couped, 
betw. six cross crosslets, fitchee, gu. 

BiRKBECK, [Cumberland,] ar. a fesse, couuter- 
compony, or and az. betw. three lions' heads, 
erased; gu. 

Birkheke, [Westmoreland,] ar. a fesse, clicquy, 
or and sa. betw. two lions' heads, erased, in 
chief, and a boar's head, erased, in base, gu. — 
Crest, a nut branch vert, fructed or. 

BiRKBY, or BucKBV, or, three garbs sa. two 
and one. — Crest, on a chapeau, gu. turned up 
eriii. a garb or, banded ar. 

BlRKEHOVER, [Lancaster,] .sa. three garbs or, 
within a bordiire, engr. of the last. 

BiRKEN, [Yorkshire,] ar. a fesse az. and a label 
of three points gu. 

Birkyn, ar. a fesse gu. in chief a label of five 
points of the second. 

Birkiii, az. three c}-press sprigs or. 

[ M 2] 



B I S 

Btfrken, or Byrkin, ar. a fesse az. (Another, 

adds a label of three points sa.) 
Birkenhead, or Birret, vert, a bordiire 

ar. pellettee, siirmoimted of another, engr. 

^"- . 

BlRKET, [Cheshire,] sa. three garbs or, within a 

bordiu-e ar. pellettee. 
Birket, sa. three garbs or, within a bordure ar. 

(Another, the bordure engr.) 
Birket, sa. tlu-ee garbs, within a bordure engr. 

or. 
Berchett, orBERKETT, sa. a fesse dancettee, 

betw. three eagles, displayed, or. 
Byrchet. See Byuciiet. 
BiRi.ANGHAM, or, a fesse gu. betw. three tor- 

teauxes. 
Birlinqham, or, on a cross gu. five fleurs-de-lis of 

the field. 
Birlinghuiii, ar. on a cross purp. (another, gu.) 

five fleurs-de-lis or. 
BiRLE, [Essex, 1578,] ar. tliree torteauxes and a 

chief arm. — Crest, an arm, couped at the 

shoulder, fesse ways, holding in the hand ppr. a 

cross formee, fitchee, or, habited ar. culT sa. on 

the arm three torteauxes. 
BiRLiXGiiAM. See Birlangham. 
BiRMEALL, az. a boar's head ar. erased or. 
Birmingham. See Bermingiiam. 

BiRNELL. SeeBURNELL. 

Birney, [Scotland,] gu. a fesse ar. betw. a bow 
and arrow in full draught, in cliief, and tlu-ee 
men's legs, couped at the thighs, in fesse, pale- 
ways, ar. — Crest, a lion's head, erased, gu. 

Birney, [Scotland,] gu. on a fesse ar. betw. a bow 
and ari'ow in full dnuighi, in chief, and three 
men's legs, couped at the thighs, in fesse, pale- 
ways, ar. a lion's head, erased, sa. — Crest, 
a dexter hand ppr. holding an anchor, erected, 
or, t'livironed with clouds ppr. 

Birngham, or Birin(;ham, az. five fusils, in 
bend, or. 

BiRNiNGiiAM. See Berningham. 

BiRON. See Byron. 

BiRSiN, or Basin, sa. three flotcs, in pale, 
ar. 

BiRT, ar. two cliev. paly of six, or and az. 

Birt, az. a birt fish ppr. 

Birle, [Devon,] ar. on a chev. gii. betw. tlu-ee bu- 
gle-horns, stringed, sa. three cross crosslets, 
fitchee, ar. 

Burt, ar. on a chev. gu. betw. three bugle-horns 
sa. as manv cross crosslets, fitchee, or. 

Burcjht, ar. on a saltier sa. three bars, wa^y, 
or. 

BlRTEi;s, or BiRCliELS, gu. three parrots, re- 
guurdant, wings lUscloscd, ar. 



BIS 

BlSCEVTON, gu. a fesse erm. betw. two chev. 

or. 
B ISC LEY, quarterly, or and sa. 
BisHER, vaire, ar.and gu. on a canton or, abuck's 

head, cabossed, sa. 
BiSHOi', [Evesham, Worcestershire,] ar. on a 
bend gu. cottiscd sa. three bezants. — Crest, out 
of a mural crown ar. a grifliii's head sa. beaked 
or. [Granted to Edward. Bishopp, of the Mid- 
dle Temple, Esq. Nuvcmber 1G28.] 
Bishop, or Bisshopp, [Parham, Sussex,] ar. on a 
bend, cottised, gu. three bezants. — Crest, on a 
ducal coronet or, a griflin, sejant, ar. resting 
the dexter claw on an escoclieon of the 
last. 

Bishop, [Dorsetshire and Somersetshire,] ar. on a 
bend, cottised, gu. three bezants. — Crest, an 
eagle's head, erased, party per fesse, or and gu. 
beaked of the last. 

Bishop, [Norfolk, lCi"27,] ar. on a bend, cottised, 
gu. three beziuits. 

Bishop, [Crediton, Devon,] gu. three lozenges 
ar. each charged with a pheon sa. 

Bishop, ar. on a bend gu. betw. two demi lions, 
rampant, sa. three lozenges vair. 

Bishoppe, [Bristol, Somersetshire,] erm. on abend, 
cottised, gu. three bezants.— Crest, a griflin, 
sejant, ar. resting his dexter claw on an esco- 
chcon. 

BiSHOFSDALE, bendy of eight, or and gn. 

BiSHOPTON, bendy of ten, or and sa. 

Bisliopton, ['^A'^arwickshire,] az. three bnirs, pas- 
sant, or, a canton erm. (Another, the bulls 
ar.) 

Bishoplon, [^A^arwickshire,] az. three bee-hives ar. 
a canton erm. 

Bishopton, or BisJiopstone, [\yarwickshire,] az. 
tliree bends or, a canton erm. 

Bishopton, [Warwickshire,] bendy of six, ar. and 
sa. a canton erm. 

Bishopton, az. three sjiindles of silk or, a canton 
erm. 

BiSHuPSTON, or, three bends and a canton, 
erm. 

BisnoR, gu. three lozenges or, each charged with 
an eagle, displayed, sa. 

Bi.S!iTf).N, per pale, ar. and gu. two lions, com- 
batant, counterchanged. 

BisiuvoRTii, [Yorkshire,] ai-. a cross crosslet 
sa. 

BlSRiiHRY, or BiSREDURY, ar. a fessc, double 
cottised, sa. 

]]l.SRi:i.i., fjuarterly, or and gu. over all a bend 
of the second. 

BiSi.EY, orBlSTLEY, ar. a chev. engr. sa. betw. 
three Cornish choughs ppr. 



BIS 

BisPHAM, [Lancashire,] gu. a chev. betw. three 

lions' heads, erased, ar. on a canton or, a rose 

of the first, barbed and seeded of the second. 

— Crest, on a chapeau gu. turned up erni. a 

lion, passant, ar. resting his dexter paw on an 

cscocheon of the first. 
Blsrpliam, sa. a saltier, betw. four bucks' heads, 

cabossed, enninois. [Granted to William 

liispliani, of Bispliam, Lancashire, anno 

](il:3.] 
Bisphain, gu. a cliev. embattled, betw. three lions' 

heads, erased, ar. [^Granted to Samuel Bisp- 

ham, of Bispham and Billing, Lancashire, aitno 

IGIO.] 
Bis."?, per saltier, or and az. in chief and in base, 

a rose gu. leaved and stalked vert, in fesse, two 

fleurs-de-lis or. — Crest, an eagle, preying on a 

})iu-tridge, all ppr. 
Bissc, [Ireland,] sa. three escallops, in pale, ar. a 

canton erm. and crescent for difference, or. — 

Crest, on a mount vert, two snakes or, inter- 

btUX'd, respecting each other, ppr. [Granted 

25th May, 1G:37.] 
Bisse, [Somersetshire,] sa. three escallops, in pale, 

ar. — Crest, two serpents, entwined, looking at 

each other. 
Bisse, [Somersetshire,] sa. three escallops ar. 
BiSSELBY, [Berks,] gu. a chev. ai-. betw. three 

crosses or. 
BiSSELL, gu. on a bend ar. three escallops sa. — 

Crest, a demi eagle, with Avings displayed, sa. 

charged on the neck with an escallop shell or. 
BiSSEr, az. one bezant. 
Bisscl, gyrouny of ten, sa. and erm. 
Bisset, az. on a bend or, three escallops g"u. 
Bisset, az. on abend ar. three mullets gu. — Crest, 

out of a stump of a tree, eradicated and erased, 

a siugle branch ppr. 
Bisset, [Yorkshire,] ar. three torteauxes, two and 

one, a chief gu. 
Bisset, [^Yorcester,] az. ten bezants, four, three, 

two, and one. 
Bisset, [ArVorcester,] az. three bezants, two and 

one. 
Bisset, Bisside, or Biseid, gjTonny of eight, sa. 

and erm. 
Bisset, [Scotland,] ar. a bend gu. 
Bisscl, [Scotland,] az. a bend sinister ar. 
Bisset, or Bizzet, ar. a bend sinister gu. 
Bisset, [Scotland,] az. a bend ar. 
liijsett, az. bezantee. 

Bisell, gu. on a bend ar. three escallops sa. 
Bisctt, gu. on a bend ar. three escallops sa. a label 

of three points az. 
IjI^^she, [Essex,] or, a chev. betw. three roses 

»"• — Crest, a hind, trippant, ar. 



B L A 

Bijshe, or, a chev. betw. three roses gu. C Another, 

three bezants.) — Crest, on a chapeau gu. turned 

up erm. a demi lion or. 
BiSSiNG, az. two coulters, or plough-knives, points 

erected, or. 
BiSTARD, vert, a bistard, or bustard, ppr. 
JJiSTON, ar. a bend, betw. six bees, volant, en 

arri^re, sa. 
BiTLEY, ar. three pepper-pods sa. 
BiTTEiiEU, or BiTTENECK, gu. three bitterns 

ar. 
BiTTERLEY, [Cowdrey, Sussex,] or, a fesse gu. 

in chief three torteauxes. 
Bitterley, or, on a fesse gu. three cinquefoils of 

the field. 
Bitterley, or, a fesse gu. in chief three cinquefoils 

of the second. 
BiTTERSHAM, az. a bittern or. 
BiTTERSTEiN, ar. the head of a crested Indian 

bittern ppr. 
BiTTOUK, ar. a bittern ppr. 
BtTr.s, az. a key, double bitted, in fesse, 

or. 
Bitts, gu. three snaflles, in pale, ar. 
Blaauw, az. a human foot, in base, ai\ on a can- 
ton gu. a grappling iron or. — Crest, a demi lion, 

rampant, ar. Slotto, Festina hntc. [Borne 

by William Blaauw, Esq. 1824.] 
Beaisv, [Leicestershire,] or, five palets az. on a 

canton gu. a raidlet ar, 
Blabey, or Blahy, paly of six pieces, or and az. a 

canton gu. 
Beaiseey, [Devon, 1599,] pnly of six, or and 

sa. on a chief gu. three bezants. — Crest, a 

tiger's head, erased, ar. issuing out of rays 

or. 
Blahky, paly of six, ar. and az. a canton 

Blachford, [Lord Mayor of Loudon, 1750,] 
barry wavy of six, or and gu. on a chief az. 
three pheons of the first. 

Blachford, barry wavy of six, or and gu. on a 
chief of the second, three plates, with a mullet 
for difference. [Granted to Richard Blachford, 
of London and Dorsetshire, anno 1G-2U.] 

Blatchford, [Osborne, Isle of Wight,] az. two 
bars wavy or, on a chief of the last, three pheons 
of the fii-st. — Crest, a swan's head and neck, 
erased, sa. betw. two Avings ar. 

Black, ar. a chev. sa. betw. two mullets in chief, 
- and a crescent in base, gu. 

Black, [Scotland,] vert, three bears' heads, erased, 
or. 

Black, [Scotland,] ar. a saltier sa. betw. a mullet 
in chief, and a crescent in base, gu. a chief of 
the second. 



B L A 

Blacke, [Suffolk and Essex,] ^u. a palo sa. on a 
bend or, three nnillets ol" the second. 

Blackadar, [Scotlmul,] az. on a cliev. ar. three 
roses gu. 

BiiACKHOitN, [Sussex,] az. a fret oriii. over all 
a lion, rcUiiiJiUif, or, crowned gu. 

Blackhorne, or Blakebome, [Yorkshire,] ar. on a 
palo s.i. three antelopes' heads, erased, of the 
field, attired or. 

Blackborne, ar. a bend sa. 

Blackhorne, ar. on a pale, sa. three gouts' heads, 
erased, or. 

Blackhorne, ar. a fesse, nebulcc, betw. three mul- 
lets, sa. 

Blackhorne, gn. a lion, rampant, checpiy, ar. and 
sa. 

ii/rtc^6or«e, [Lancashire and Yorkshire,] i;r. a fesse, 
wavy, betvv. three mullets, sa. 

Blackhorne, ar. a fesse, nebulee, sa. betw. two 
mxdlets in chief, of the last, and one in base, 
az. 

Blachorne, [Lancashire,] or, a fesse, wavy, betw. 
three mullets, sa. 

Blackhourn, vert, a cliov. crra. betw. three ducal 
coronets or. 

BivACKDEN, or Blarden, az. three cinquefoils 
ar. a chief indented gu. 

Bkwkdon, or Blakenchn, [Devon,] az. three tre- 
foils, slipped, ar. t>vo and one, on a chief, in- 
dented gu. as many annulets or. 

Blacdcn, ar. a fesse, betw. three trefoils, slipped, 
sa. 

Blackemden, az. thiee trefoils ar. on a chief in- 
dented or, two aiuudets gu. 

Blackenham, or Blakenham, [Suffolk,] az. 
crusily, two bars, or. 

Blacken'SOP, or Blakensop, [Northum- 
berland,] az. a fesse, betw. three garbs, 
sa. 

Blackk>STEiner, g-u. eight lozenges, in cross, 
ar. — Crest, out of a crown or, a plume of three 
feathers, the centre ar. the others gu. 

BL.ACKER, or, a chev. pean, betw. three men's 
heads, side-faced, ppr. crined sa. [Granted 
anno 1G13.] 

Blacker, ar. a chev. erm. betw. three moors' heads, 
in profde, couped at the neck sa. wrcatlied about 
the head ar. and az. — Crest, a nag's head, couped, 
az. bridled or. 

Blacker, [Buckingham, Old Sarum,] az. a chev. 
erm. betw. thiee moors' heads, couped, and side- 
faced, sa. 
Blakcr, as. a chev. erm. betw. three moors' heads, 
side-faced, couped ppr. crined or. [Granted 
to Edward Blaker, of Sussex, Fehruary 19, 

iGu:.] 



B L A 

Blackkrby, [Suffolk,] gyronny of eight, ar. and 

sa. 

Blackerhy, gjronny of eight, or and sa. on a can- 
ton az. a mullet of the first. [Granted to 
James Blackcrhi/, of London, and Thomas 
Blackerhy, of Shakerland-Hall, Suffolk, June 
10, 1664.] 

Black ET, or Beackett, [Newcastle, Nor- 
thumberland, and of Calverley, Yorkshire,] ar. 
on a chev. betw. three mullets, sa. as many es- 
callop shells of the field. — Crest, a falcon's head, 
erased, ppr. 

Blackett, [Somersetshire,] gTi. a chev. betw. tv.o 
bezants in chief, ;md a griflin's head, erased, in 
base, or. 

Blackett, ar. a chev. sa. betw. three mullets, 
t>z. 

Blaket, [Bucks,] gu. a chev. vert. 

Blaket, [Bucks,] gu. a chev. vair. 

Blaket, or, on a chev. betw. three mullets, sa. as 
many eagles displayed of the field. 

Blaket, [Gloucestershire and Hereford,] az. a 
bend, cottised, betw. six cross crosslets, fitchee. 



Blaket, [Gloucestershire,] az. i 
three cross crosslets, (another. 



bend, betw. 
six,) fitchee. 



Blaket, ar. on a ch; 

eagle, displayed, 

Blackford, or 



V. bet- 

or. 

Blakford, 



three mullets, sa. an 
three bars 



Blackford, or Bhchford, [Loudon aiid Dorches- 
ter,] barry wavy of six, gu. and or, on a chief 
of the last, three pheons az. a mullet for differ- 
ence. — Crest, a demi sv/an, springing, ar. gultee 
sa. 

Blackhall, gu. in fesso a dexter hand, couped, 
and thereon a hooded falcon, perched, or, on a 
chief ar. three midlets of the first. 

Blackhall, [Scotland,] g-u. a haiid issuing out of 
the sinister fiank, and thereupon a falcon, perch- 
ing and hooded or, on a chief ar. three mullets 
az. 

Blackall, paly of six, or and sa. on a chief gu. 
three beziuils. [Gratited to JUchard Blackall, 
anno 1599.] 

Blackiston. See Blackston'e. 

Blackleg, sa. two bars or. 

IJlackler, paly .... or and sa. on a chief gu. 
three bezants. 

Blackler, [London,] paly of six, sa. aJid or, on a 
chief of the firsi, three bezants. 

Blackley, or Blakev, [Blackley-Hall, Lan- 
cashire,] gu. a cliev. vair, betw. three cross cross- 
lets, fitchee, or. — Crest, a dragon's head vert, 
ducally gorged or. 



B L A 

Blachky, sa. a chev. erm. betw. three leopards' 
faces or. 

Ui.ACKMANi", erui. tliree lions, rampant, within a 
bordure, or. 

Blackmanc, erm. tliree lions, rampant, -within a 
bordure, or.— Crest, a demi gTilliu, segreant, 
ur. 

]ilackmcin, [London and East Indies.] The same 
iirms.— Crest, the griffin erm. 

Blackmisttk, sa. a fret ar. 

JjLACKiMORE, or, a fesse sa. betw. three moors' 
heads, erased, j)pr. — Crest, a demi griflin, se- 
tneaiit, erm. 

Bhichmore, [Devon,] or, on a fosse, betw. tlnee 
moors' heads, side-faced, couped, sa. three 
crescents, ar. — Crest, a moor's head, side-faced, 
erased at the neck, sa. round his neck a chaplet 
of roses or, leaved vert. 

JUackmore, [London,] or, a chev. embattled, betw. 
three moors' heads, couped, sa. — Crest, out of 
a mural coronet, or, a dexter aim, in armour 
ppr. purfled or. [Granled 1706.] 

Bluc/cmore, ar. a fesse, dancettee, betw. three 
moors' heads, side-faced, and couped, sa. — 
Crest, out of a mural coronet, an arm, embowed, 
in armour ppr. garnished or. 

Black?iwre, or, a fesse sa. betw. three moors' 
heads, erased, ppr. — Crest, an arm, embowed, 
in armour pjjr. garnished or, supportiiig a standard 
banner of the last, staff of the first, point ar. 
[ Grcmied Novemhcr 18, 16.51.] 

Blachnore, or, on a fesse, betw. three moors' 
lieads, erased, sa. as many crescents, ar. 

Blackmoristkr, ar. fretty gu. 

Ki.ACKNELL, [Waiwickshire and Bcrkshwe,] ])er 
bend or (another, ar.) and az. an eagle, dis- 
played, counterchanged. — Crest, nn arm, em- 
bowed, vested, gu. cuff ar. holding in the 
hand ppr. four feathers, per pale, ar. and gu. 

Blacknoll, per bend az. and or, an eagle, displayed, 
counterchanged. 

Blacknky, [Norfolk,] sa. a chev. erm. betw. 
three leopards' heads or. 

Blahney, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three leopards' heads 
sa. 

Blacrstock, ar. three starved branches, slipped, 
sa. two and one. 

Bhichtock, [Scotland,] ar. three trunks of trees, 
couped under and above, sa. 

Blackstone, or Bi^AKKSTON, [Gibside, Dur- 
ham,] av. two bars gu. in cliief three cocks of 
the second. 

Blackslone, [Sir William, Knt. died 1780.] The 
same arms. — Crest, a cock gii. 

Blackislon, [Sir Matthew, Lord Mavor of Lon- 
tlon, 1761.] The same. 



B L A 

Blackesfon, [Durham, created a Bart. August 

30, 164",',] ar. two bars, and in chief three cocks 

gu. witiiin a bordure, eiigr. az. 
Blakston, barry of four, ar. and g^u. in chief three 

cocks of the second. 
Blakislon, [London,] ar. two bars gu, in chief 

three cocks of the second. — Crest, a cock 

or. 
Blaxion, [M.I. Chichester Cathedral, Sussex,] 

ar. two barnilets, in chief three cocks, gu. 
Blaxion, [Biakestone, created a Bart. June 8, 

161-5,] ar. two bars sa. in cliief three cocks 

Blackwell, or Blackball, [Blackwell, 
Derbyshire,] ar. a gTeyhoiind, in full course, sa. 
collared chequy, or and gu. and ringed or, on a 
chief, dancettee, of the second, three bezants. 
— Crest, two arms, embowed, habited in mail 
ppr. hands ar. holding betw. them, by the nose 
and ear, a greyhound's head, couped, sa. col- 
lared, chequy, or and gii. (Another crest, a 
griffin's head, erased, sa. beaked and eared or, 
charged, on the neck, with a bar gemell ar. and 
a trefoil, .slipped, enTi.) 

Blackwell, paly of six, ar. and az. on a chief gu. a 
lion, passant, guardant, or. 

Blackwell, [Sprouston-Hall, Norfolk,] paly of sLx, 
ar. and az. on a chief gu. a lion, passant, giuir- 
dant, or, all within a bordure erm. — Crest, a 
swan's head and neck, erased, ar. ducally gorged 
or. 

Blachvell, ar. a greyhoiuid, in full course, sa. on 
ii chief of the second, three bezants. 

Blackwell, [Ainpney-Park, Gloucestershire,] ar. a 
greyhound, courant, sa. on a cliief, diincettee, 
of the last, three bezants, — Crest, two arms, 
embowed, in scale armour, hands ppr. holding 
up a greyhound's head, couped at the neck, gu. 
collared sa. 

Bi-ADriYN, or, a lion, rampant, gu. 

Bladdyn, ar. a stag, couchant, gu. 

Blahen, [Glastonbury, Somersetshire,] gu. three 
chev. ar. 

Blades, az. two swords, in saltier, ar. pomels 
and hilts or, surmounted of the Boman fasces, 
paleways, of the last, axe headed of the se- 
cond, interlaced with a double chain collar gold, 
on a chief erm. a bee, volant, betw. two star- 
pagodas, ppr. — Crest, a demi tiger, rampant, 
guardant, couped, supporting, with the pav.s, a 
sfafl", erect, ppr. therefrom a banner flowing 
to the sinister az. fringed gold, cluu-ged with two 
swords, fasces, and collar, as in the arms ; from 
the neck, jiendent by a blue ribbon, a sfar-jia- 
goda, also ])pr. [Borne ly John Blades, Esq. 
of Broxwell-Hall, Surrey, Sheriff of London, 



B L A 

1812-13.] A Subscriber. See Plate of 
Arms. 

Jilades, sa. tliree crescents ar. tv/o and one. 

Blades, [York,] vert, a saltier, betw. four plieons, 
ar. — Crest, a talbot's liead, erased, sa. 

Blaydes, a saltier betw. ("our fleinv^- 

de-lis ; on a chief or, a lion, passant, <^n. 

— Crest, a talbot's head, erased, sa. 

Blayds, az. a chev. erm. iu base a sword, ar. hilt 
and pomel or, on a chief of the tliird, two leo- 
pards' heads of the iourth. — Crest, a dcnii leo- 
pard, salient, ppr. holding a sword, as in the 
arms. [Granted June 6, 17G1.] 

Blaiuu, [North Wales,] az. a wolf ar. 

Bi^ADLOW, per chev. sa. and erni. two greyhounds 
couuterchanged. 

Btadlow, per chev. ar. and sa. two gieyhounds, in 
full course, couuterchanged. 

Bladmost, ar. a fret gu. 

Eladwell, [Suffolk,] per pale, ar. and gu. a 
lion, rampaiit, sa. — Crest, a dcmi lion, per pale, 
indented, ar. and gu. 

Blaen. See Blayne. 

Blagden, [Devon,] az. three trefoils, slipped, 
ar. on a chief, indented, or, two annulets 

Blage, 01- Blake, [Kent and Northampton- 
shire,] a.Y. a chev. betw. three garbs, sa. 

Binge, sa. a chev. erm. betw. three mullets or.— 
Crest, on a broken tilting spear or, a lion, pas- 
sant, ar. crowned or. 

Blage, ar. a ))ile, issuing out of the chief, az. 
charged with three martlets or. — Crest, on 
a chapeau gu. turned up erm. a martlet 
ar. 

Blage, ar. two bends, engr. gu. 

Blage, [Kent,] ar. three bends, engr. sa. over all, 
a scarpe gu. 

Blagge, [Kent,] ar. two bends, engr. sa. a ba- 
ton gu. 

Blagh, ar. two bends, engr. gu. 

Bi.agrave, [Bullnash-Court, Berkshire,] or, on 
a bend sa. three legs in armour, couped at the 
thigh, and erased at the ancle, ppr. — Crest, an 
oak tree, erased, vert. 

Blagrave, or, on a bend sa. three shambroughs ar. 
— Crest, a falcon ppr. 

Blair, [Scotland,] m. a chev. sa. betw. three 
torteauxes, a mai-tlet for difference. — Crest, a 
garb ppr. 

Blair. The same, vith the chev. waved. (Another, 
invected.) 

Blair, [Scotland,] ar. on a saltier sa. nine mascles 
of the field. 

Blair, [Scotland,] ar. on a saltier engr. sa. five 
mascles of the fu-st. 



15 L A 

Blair, [Scotland,] ar. on a bend sa. three mascles 
of the field. 

Blair, [Scotland,] ar. on a saltier betw. two 
crescents in the f!anf|ues, and a garb in base, sa. 
five mascles of the first. 

Blair, [Scotland,] ar. a saltier sa. betw. a mullet 
in chief, and a crescent in base, of the 
last. 

Blair, [Scotland,] ar. a chev. sa. betw. three tor- 
teauxes. — Crest, a dove, with wings expanded, 

IT'"- 
Blair. The same arms, within a bordure sa.— 

Crest, a Roman's head. 
Blare, sa. three crescents ar. • ' ' 

Blare, sa. crusily, tlu-ee crescents ar. 
Blare, sa. six crescents ar. 
Blake, [Wiltshire,] ar. a cliev. betw. three garbs, 

sa. — Crest, on a chapeau gu. turned up erm. a 

martlet ar. 
Blake, sa. a chev. betw. three garbs ar. 
Blake, [SuRblk,] ar. a fret gu. — Crest, a mountain 

cat, passant, guardant, ppr. 
Blake, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three torteauxes. — 

Crest, a beai-'s head sa. gorged with a collar ar. 

holding in the mouth a lion's gamb, erased, 

or. 
Blake, per chev. az. and ar. in chief two cinque- 
foils of the second, and in base a bat, displayed, 

of the first. 
Blake, [Swaft'ham, Norfolk,] erm. ou a pale engi-. 

sa. bezantee, betw. two lions' paws, erect and 

erased, gu. a mullet ar. over all, a bend 

vert. 
Blake, [Wimbsam, Norfolk,] erm. a pile embat- 
tled, counter-embattled sa. bezantee, betw. tno 

lions' paws, erect and erased, gu. over all, a bend 

vert. 
Blake, [Essex,] ar. a pale sa. over all, a bend gu. 

charged with three martlets or. — Crest, a dra- 
gon's head, erased, ar. pellettee. 
Blake, or Bleak, ar. three sleeves, erect, sa. 
Blake, az. three garbs or. 
Blake, per chev. az. and ar. two cinquefoils, in 

chief, or, and one in base, sa. 
Blake, [Wilts,] ar. on a chev. betw. three garbs, 

sa. a crescent ar. 
Blaken, or Blaker, az. a sea-bull or, tail tar- 

gant. 
Blakenbehg, gu. three pikes, haurient, endorsed, 

ar. 
BlakenSTEIN, gu per fesse, pohited with a ball 

thereon ar. 
Blaker, [Salisbury,] or, a chev. pean, betw. 

three men's heads, side-faced, couped, ppr. 

crined su. — Crest, a demi horse sa.ducally gorged 

or. [1613.] 



B L A 

Blaher, [Portslade, Sussex,] ar. a chev. erni. 

bclw. three moors' heads, side-faced, couped, 

ppr. ciiiied or. — Crest, a horse's head sa. bridled 

and nianed or. \_G raided \G\Q>.'\ 
Blakf.t. See Bi.ackht. 
15la KING HAM, [Sullolk,] az. tAvo bars or, bctv, . 

seven cross crosskts of the second. 
Blakiston. See ]3i,ack8TONK. 
JJlakn'aL!,. Tlie same as Bi^akkn. 
Blakxvs, [Norfolk.] The same as Blak.in(j- 

ham. 
Bi-AKSTON. See Blackstone. 
Bi,A,\rr,STER, ar. a fret gii. 
Blamester, ar. fretty gu. 
Blamnostek, gu. billetty or, a lion, raiii])ant, 

of the last, a label of three points, j^^obonated, 

az. and vert. 
Blamonster, ar. fretty gu. 
Blamore, ar. a lion, rampant, within an orle, 

^\. 
Blamore, ar. a lion, rampant, within a bordure, 

gu. 
Blamore, or, on a fesse gu. ber\v. three inoovs' 

heads, side-faced, and erased, sa. three crescents 

of the first. 
B LAN GUARD, [Wiltshire and Somersetshire,] gu. 

a chev. or, in chief tw o bezants, in liase a grif- 
fin's head, erased, of the second. 
Blancharden, [Kent,] az. a fesse, nebidee 

and engr. ar. betw. three lions' heads, erased, 

or, collared gri.— Crest, a cock's leg gu. armed 

with a cock's spur, the collar or, the spur sa. 

and erased at the thigh, from which issue four 

ostrich's feathers. Wo and two, counterchauged, 

or and az. 
Blanciiminster, beiuly of six, gu. and vert, a 

chev. erm. 
Elanckfront, or Blarnekfront, erin. an 

inescocheon ar. 
Bland-front, az. t',\o bars or, an inescocheon ar. 

on a chief of the first, two pellets, betw. as 

many gyrons of the second. 
Blanckfront, erm. an escocheon, barry of six, ar. 

and az. a chief of the second, charged with 

two pellets, betw. as many squires base az. 

an inescocheon, surtout, also of the se- 
cond. 
Bland, lozengy, or and sa. 
Bland, sa. three pales, engr. or. 
Bland, ax. three ewers, (or pots,) gu. tv,o and 

one. 
Bland, gu. three ewers, fer pots,) ar. tvo and 

one. 
Bland, [Yorkshire and London,] ar. on a bend sa. 

three pheons or. 
Bland, [Kippax-Park, Yorkshire,] ar. on a bend 



B L A 

sa. three pheons of the field. — Crest, out of a 
ducal coronet or, a lion's liead p])r. 
Bland, gii. on a chev. ar. betw. three cross cross- 
lets or, as many cinquefoils az. [Granted to 
Adam Bland, of London, hy William Flower 

Norrot/, May 10, 15G:3.] 
Bland. [London and Yorkshire,] erm. on a bend 

sa. three pheons or. 
Blanpson, per ])ale, gii. and az. three annulets 

or, two and one, a chief of the second, frelty 

sa. 
Blandvile, or Blanuville, or, three garbs 

az. 
Blanev, [Herefordshire,] gu. a lion, reguar- 

dant, or.- — Crest, a fox, passant, ar. 
Blaijmy, [Jloolgomeryshire,] party per pale, or 

and gu. two lions, endorsed, counterclianged. 
Blayney, [London,] sa. a trefoil or, betw. three 

horse's heads, eriised, ar.- — Crest, a horse's 

head, couped, ar. in complete armour p[)r. bridle 

az. 
Blanforu, ar. on a cliief az. three marflets, 

or. 
Blank, [London, 1572,] per fesse, a pale, 

coun1crch:inged, sa. and erm. three demi lions, 

ramp.mt, or. — Crest, a dragon's head, erased, 

vert, collared and chained ar. holding in his 

mouth a firebrand j)pr. 
Blankele, or Blankell, barry of six, gu. 

and ar. as many ogresses, three, two, and 

one. 
Blankenburv, ar. three stags' horns, in fesse, 

sa. 
Blankensop, [Cumberland,] g-u. an annulet or, 

within a bordiirc, engi'. sa. 
Blankensop, or Blenkensoj), [Cumberland,] gu. 

six annulets or, three, two, and one, within a 

bordure, engr. ar. 
Blankensop, [Northumberland,] ar. a fesse, betw. 

three garbs, sa. 
Blank ETT, barry of six, giL and ar. six pellets 

sa. three, two, and one. 
Blannicster, gu. a lion, rampant, ar. billetty 

sa. a label gobonated, az. and vert. 
B LAN SON, gyronny of four, gu. -and az. four 

anmdets or, on a chief of the second, a fret 

vert. 
Blanson, gyronny of four, gu. and az. three annu- 
lets, or, (two in chief and one in base,) a chief 

of the last, fretty sa. 
Blanton, [Lancashire,] ar. on a bend sa. three 

lions, rampant, (another, guardant,) of the 

field. 
Blanton, [Lancashire,] ar. a bend sa. 
Blantzen, az. a pile, waved, in fesse, betw. 

three Deurs-de-hs, or. 

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BLR 

Blaquiere, [Sir John, installed Knt. of the 
Bath, on the JOth of May, 1771),] onu. a lion 
rampant, sa. charged on the shoulder with an 
estoile or. — Crest, a g;arb ppr. banded or. — Sup- 
porters on the dexter, a lion, rampant, sa. 
charged on the shoulder with an estoile or, on 
the sinister, a tiger ppr. ducally gorged and 
chained or. Motto, Tiens a la vcrite. 

Blaqidere, ar. six crescents sa. three, two, and 
one. 

Blark. See, also, Blaik. 

Blatchford. Sec Blaciiford. 

Blathwaite. See Brantiiweite. 

Blarne, vair, a crescent gu. 

Blaxland, [London,] vert, a fesse, belw. three 
falcons' heads, erased, erm. 

BijAXTon. Sec Blackstone. 

BeAYDES, ? c 11 

Blayds, i^'^'^^^'^-^^'^-^- 

BlaYxN'E, [Berkshire,] gu. a chev. or, and chief 

erm. 
Blacn, \mv, a crescent gu. 
Beaney, [Herefordshire,] sa. three nags' heads, 

erased, ar. — Crest, a nag's head, couped, ar. 

mancd and tufted sa. Lridled gu. 
Blarjueij, [Kensham, Herefordshire,] gu. a lion, 

rampant, guardant, or, a crescent for difterence. 

■ — Crest, an ermine, passant, ar. 
Bleashume, az. a cross ar, suriuouuted of 

another sa. 
Blechendex, [Kent,] az. a fesse, crenellee, ar. 

(anolher, the fesse erm.) befw. three lions' heads, 

erased, or, collared gu. 
Bleddin ap Mainarch, [Wales,] sa. a chev. 

betw. three spears' heads ar. cmbrued 

Bleddijn, [\\ ales,] or, a lion, rampant, az. 

Bledlow, [London,] per chev. a.?.. a2id enn. in 
chief two foxes, passant, ar. within a bor- 
dure of the first, charged with eight fleurs-de-lis 
or. 

Blemisiier, puq). a cross fusil, rebated, or. 

Beencow, gu. a quarter ar. 

Blencowe, quarterly ; first and fourth, gu. a can- 
ton ai". ; second and third, ar. a stag trippant, 
ppr. a chief az. — Crest, a sword, in pale, the 
handle upwards, pierced through a human heart, 
all ppr. betw. two wings ar. [Borne by John 
Jackson Blencowe, Esq. of Marston-Ilall, near 
Banbury, Oxon, 18-24.] 

Blencko, [Sussex,] az. on a bend ar. three chap- 
lets vert. 

lUanckov), or Blincoe, [Northamptonshire,] gii. a 
canton ar. — Crest, a sword, in pale, ar. iiilt in 
chief, or, enfiled with a human heart gu.all within 
two wings, expanded, ar. 



B L E 

Beenerharsett, gu. three dolphins, naiant, 
enibowed, ar. finned or. 

Blenerhasselt, [Cumberland,] az. on a chev. or, 
betw. three dolphins, naiant, cnibowcd, ar. finned 
gu. five mullets, pierced, sa. 

Bleney, or Beaavney, [Herefordshire,] gu. a 
chev. or, and chief erm. 

Blenham, [Croscombe, Somersetshire,] per 
chev. invected, az. and ar. in chief three lo- 
zenges of the second, in base a bee, volant, ])pr. 
— Crest, a dexter arm, con]ied at the elbow, ha- 
bited sa. ruilled ar. aud adorned with a 
diamond button at the Mrist, holding in the 
hand a j>archment roll, ppr. \ Granted 
1739.] 

]5LEsnY, or Blebie, [Blesbie, Lincolnshire,] ar. 
a fesse, engr. betw. three mullets, sa. 

Ble^s.^et, paly of sLx, or and az. on a chief gu. 
a fesse, dancettee, ar. — Crest, an eagle, dis- 
played, ppr. 

Beessone, sa. abend, betw. six cross crosslets, 
fitcliee, or.- — Crest, a martlet ar. or nisset co- 
lour. 

Bleton, az. on a bend ax. three crosses formee, 
gu. 

BLin'sno, [Winington, Bedfordshire,] or, on a 
bend sa. betw. three escallops az. as many garbs 
or, all within a bordure gu. — Crest, a wolf's liehd 
or, semee de hurts, and gorged with a mural col- 
lar az. 

Bletzen, or^ a cross and saltier gu. betw. eight 
pellets, a quadrat ar. 

Bleveriias.SET, [Lowdham, Suffolk,] gu. a 
chev. erm. betw. three dolphins, naiant, ciu- 
howed, ar. quartering- ar. three escocheons sa. 
for Lowdham, of Lowdham, Suffolk. \_Te>/ij). 
Edtvard III.] 

BleverhassBf, or Blenerhassel, [Lowdham, Suf- 
folk,] gu. a chev. erm. betw. three dolphins, 
naiant, embowed, ar. — Crest, a fox, sejant, 
gu. 

Blcverhassel, gu. a chev. betw. tluee dolphins, 
ar. 

Bkverhassel, [Essex,] gu. a chev. betw. three dol- 
phins erm. 

Bleicr/tasscf, [Frenes and Wilton, Norfolk,] gu. 
a chev. erm. betw. three dolphins or. — Crest, a 
wolf, sejant, gu. 

Bleviel, [France,] ar. three lozenges, in fesse, 
az. two and one, a label, of five points, 
gu. 

Blewc.\MPE, ar. a blue-bcli, slipped, ppr. 

Bee WET, or, six eagles, displayed, gu. 

Blewel, or, on a chief gu. three plates. 

Blewet, gu. on a chief ar. three lozenges 



B L I 

Il/eicel, [Greuham, Somersetshire,] ax. a chev. 

hetw. three eagles, dis])laye(l, vert. 
Hkwct, [Gloucestershire.] The same. 
lilewel, [Devon,] or, a chev. betw. three eagles, 

^ert. 
Jileiiel, [Devon,] or, a chev. betw. three envies, 

(lis])lave(l, vert, armed gii. holding" in the feet, 

an acorn or, leaved vert. 
Jtlcwet, [C'ornwall.] The same arms and crest, with 

a crescent on each for diti'erence. 
Bh'ii-el, [Lincolnshire,] ar. a fesse gii. in chief, 

three lozenges of the second. (Another, the 

lozenges sa.) 
Bleuel, [Somersetshire,] or, a chev. betw. three 

eagles, displayed, vert. 
Blciiet, [Hants,] or, an eagle, imperial, gu. 
Blcicet, or, a chev. betw. sbc eagles, displayed, 

vert. 
Bltvet, g^i. on a chief ar. three fusils sa. 
Jilewet, [Cornwall,] or, on a chief gu. three 

plates. 
Bluet, [Hants,] or, an eagle, displayed, with two 

necks, gu. (another, az.) armed ar. 
Bluet, [Holcolm-Regis, Devon,] or, a chev. betw. 

three eagles vert, armed gu. — Crest, a squirrel, 

sejant, or, collared and lined, and cracking a 

nut. 
Bkwetf, or Bloet, gu. an eagle, displayed, with 

two heads, or. 
BLKWETTb-, [Hants.] Tlie same. 
Ellwmen, or Blumenaw, gu. a bend ar. 

in fesse, a file of three points, cooped, 



Blice, 



on a beud, cottised, az. three garbs. 



Bi.iGii, [Cornwall,] az. a gTiffin, segreant, or, 

armed gu. betw. six crescents ar. 
BuNCKARNE, Or Blixcarne, [Kent,] gu. on 

a cross, engr. voided, or, a crown imperial of 

the last. — Crest, a demi lion, holding a cross, 

engr. gu. 
Bli.ngoe, sa. a sword, in pale, point through a 

heart ppr. 
Bl.iss, gu. a bend vair, betw. two fleurs-de-lis 

or. 
BUsse, or Bhjsc, ar. on a bend, cottised, az. three 

garbs, or. 
Blitiie, [Loudon, 1575,] erm. on a fesse gu. 

three lions, rampant, or.- — Crest, a lion, sejant, 

gu. [Heralds OJfice, London, C. 24.] 
llhihe, [London,] or, a chev. betw. three lions, 

^;i- — Crest, on a tower ar. a lion of the 

first. 
J'lil/i, ar. two lions, passant, reguardant, sa. 
Bli/lh, [Scotland,] ar. on a fesse, betw. three 

crescents gu. as many garbs or. 



B L O 

Bhjthe, [Lincolnshire,] or, a Hon, rampant, 
gu. 

7J/i///;(', []jincolnshire,]ar. a chev. betw. three lions, 
sa. 

Blythe, [Tiincolnsliire,] az. on a fesse ar. a buck, 
in full course, gu. 

Bhjthe, [Yorkshire,] ar. a hart, trippant, gu — . 
Crest,, in a wreath, erm. and gu. a roebuck's 
head, erased, of the last, attired or, gorged 
with a chaplet, vert. 

Blijlhc, [Yorkshire,] erm. three bucks gu. attired 
or, a chief az. — Crest, a buck's head, erased, 
and attired, or, collared az. 

Blythe, [Derbyshire,] erm. three roebucks, trip- 
ping, ppr. — Crest, on a wreath, a stag's head, 
erased, gu. attired or, gorged with a chaplet, 
vert, and, also, a ■wreath, erm. and gu. 

Blijthe,[iiodmyu, Cornwall,] az. a grifliu, segreant, 
or, betw. three crescents ar. — Crest, a griflin's 
head, erased, or. (Another crest, an arm, em- 
bowed and erect, habited, ])er pale, or and az. 
cuff ar. holding in the hand ppr. a battle-axe, 
stafl" az. headed ar.) 

Blythe, ar. three goats, passant, gu. tv.o and one, 
a chief az. 

Blythe, per fesse, ar. and az. in chief three 
crescents of the second. 

Bhjihe, erm. three bucks, tripping, gu. attired or, 

Blythe, ar. on a fosse sa. three escallops ur. 

Br.iTUFiELn. See BLVTiiFiELD. 

Blithman, [London,] vert, on a fesse, betw. 
three bears, salient, ar. as many fleurs-de-lis of 
the field. 

Blitun, gu. on a fesse az. three lioncels, passant, 
or, betw. eight billets, four, three, and one, of 
the third. 

Blizard, or, betw. two flaunches sa. each charged 
with a lion, rampant, endorsed, of the first, 
three fleurs-de-lis, in chief, az. — Crest, on a 
wreath, a fleur-de-lis az. 

Bloberv, or Beocury, ar. on a cross az. five 
roses or. 

Blocreeg}!, ar. a chev. betw. three curl-headed- 
divers, sa. 

Blockliy, ar. a chev. betw. three hatmaker's blocks, 
sa. 

Blodweel. See Blouvle. 

Bl(je, gu. on a chief ar. three lozenges sa. 

Eloen, or Beovaw, [Cornwall,] sa. a saltier, 
engr. ar. 

Bloer, [London,] ar. a chev. vert, betw. three 
pomeis. — Crest, a cubit arm, vested vert, hold- 
ing in the haiid p))r. a pomei. 

Blo.me, [Seven Oaks, Kent,] vert, a greyhound, 
couraut, in bend, collared gu. studded or. — 
Crest, a peacock's tail, erect, or. 

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B L O 

Blome, [Abergwilly, Caerniarthenshire.] The 
sanio. 

Blome, [Cohliam, Essex.] The same. 

Bi.omi:k, or Bloumkr, [London, Hagthorp, 
Gloucestershire, aiid Warwick,] gu. an ines- 
cocht'on ar. charged with a lion, rampanl, gii. 
^^■itIlin a bordure or. (J not her, \\itlioiit the 
bordiiie.) — Crost, a tiger, sejaiit, vert, ducally 
gorged, lined, tufted, and criued, or. Of Glou- 
cester, the crest gu. 

Blomer, [Cowley, Gloucestershire,] ar. a linn, ram- 
pant, gu. 

Blomkt, [Waiwickshire,] gu. a fesse or, betw. 
six martlets ar. 

Blond, fusilly, or and sa. 

Elondell. See Bloundf.ll. 

Blonhill, erm. tliree masclcs, in fesse, gu. 

Elonkenham, az. crusily, two bars, or. 

Blonvill, ar. three lozenges, in fesse, gu. betw. 
as many cinquefoils, az. 

Blondevill, [Earl of Chester,] az. three garbs 
or. 

Blood, gu. a knife ar. haft or. 

Bloodman, ar. a fesse, betw. three mallets, the 
handles reversed gu. 

Bloom, az. a dexter hand, couped at the wrist, 
ar. — Crest, a cubit arm, erect, habited, az. cuft' 
ar. holding in the hand ppr. some slips of broom, 
stalked vert, blossomed or. 

Bloore, or, three liou-goats' heads ppr. 

Bhore, vert, a serjient, bowed, enibowed, de- 
bruised, the head erected, the tail torqued, 
or. 

Bloss, [Ipswich, Suffolk,] gu. three dragons, 
passant, in pale, erm. a crescent for diCfereuce. 
[Heralds' Office, Suffolk, H. 14.] 

Blossom, az. three wiverns, displayed, erm. 

Blossome, gu. three lizards erm. two and one. 

Blossome, gu. three dragons, passant, in ])ale, 
erm. 

Bloud, sa. a comb ar. on a lock of golden 
hair. 

Eloumfield, [Essex,] ar. three lozenges, in 
fcssc, betw. as many cinqucfoils gu. 

Bloi'NDELL, [Loudon,] per pale, erm. and sa. 
a chcv. counterchanged. (Another, the chev. 
eugr.) 

Bloundell, [Carlington, Bedfordshire,] az. ten 
billets or, four, three, two, and one, on a can- 
ton or, a Cornish chough ppr.— Crest, a squir- 
rel, sejant, gu. collared, and holding a nut, 
or. 

Bloundell, ar. a chev. betw. tluee eagles, gn. 

Bloundell, per pale, erm. and sa. 

Bloundell, [Crosby, Lancashire,] sa. ten billets ar. 
four, three, two, and one. 



B L O 

Bloundell, [Lancashire,] az. eight billets or, two, 

three, two, and one, on a canton or, a Cornish 

chough ppr. 
Bloundell, [London and Lancaster,] ar. on a chev. 

betw. three eagles gu. (another, the eagles sa.) 

a crescent of the field. 
Bloundell, az. ten billets, four, three, two, and 

one, or, on a canton ar. a Cornish chough ppr. 

— Crest, a squirrel, sejant, or, cracking a nut 

ppr. 
Blondell, ar. on a chev. betw. three eagles, dis- 
played, g-u. a crescent ar. 
Blondell, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three eagles, dis- 
played, vert. 
Blondell, [Loudon,] per pale, erui. and sa. a chev. 

comiterchanged. 
Blundell, quarterly, per fesse indented, or and az. 

a bend gu. 
Blundell, ar. a chev. gu. betw. tlu-ee eagles dis- 
played, vert. 
BlnndeU, ar. an eagle, displayed, gii. 
Blundell, ar. three eagles, displayed, gu. 
Blount, [Gloucestershire,] ar. two bars az. over 

all an escarbuncle gu. nowed or. 
Blount, gu. a fesse, betrw. six mullets, ar. 
Blount, quai-terly, ar. and gu. 
Blount, harry, undy, of six, or and sa. 
Blount, or, a Hon, rampant, gu. 
Blount, az. a saltier, engr. or. 
Blount, vaire, or and az. 
Blount, chequy, ar. and gii. a bend sa. 
Blount, or Blunt, or, a tower, triple-towered, 

az. 
Blount, [Warwicksliire,] gu. a fesse or, betw. six 

martlets ar. 
Blount, [Tittonhauger, Hertfordshire,] bany, ne- 

bulee, of eight, or and sa. 
Blount. The "same. — Crest, a sun or, charged 

with a giiuntlet sa. 
Blount, [Staffordshire,] barry, nebulee, of six, or 

and sa. within a bordure, gobonated, of the 

same. 
Blount, [London and Gloucester,] ar. two bars az. 

over all an escarbuncle of eight ra3s or.— Crest, 

a sea-lion eim. ducally crowned or. 
Blount, two coats ; first, a castle az. ; secom"., 

barry, nebulee, of six, or and sa. — Crest, a 

bull's head sa. behind the rays of the sun, 

or. 
Blount, or Blunt, [Essex,] quarterly, ar. and 

gu. 00 a bend sa. three eagles, displayed, or. 
Blount, [Warwickshire,] gai. a fesse, betw. six 

martlets, tu'. 
Blount, barry, nebulee, of six, or and sa. 
Blount, ar. two bai-s az. over all, au escarbuncle of 

eight rays gu. pomettee and tlorettec or. 



B L U 

Blount, bnrry, nebulee, of six, ar. and sa. 
liluHut, [8fiilibrdsliirc,] baiTy, nebulee, of 

or and sa. v illiin a bonlure, gobonated, ar. and 

a/.. 
Blount, qnarterly, or and gu. on a bend sa. tliree 

eagles, disi)layed, ar. 
Bluwnl, [Esse.xJ quarterly, or and gu. a beud 

JJlunts, or Blonte, quarterly, ar. and az. on 
a bend sa. tliree eagles, displayed, and armed 
of the first. 

Blouyi.e, [Suffolk,] per pale, ar. and gu. a lion, 
rampant, couiilercLauged. — Crest, a dcmi lion, 
rampant, party per pale, indented, ar. and 

Bl.oWER, or, au eagle, displayed, -Nnth two heads, 
gu. 

Blower, or, on a chev. betw. three balls vert, a 
crescent or. — -Crest, out of a mural coronet or, 
a demi eagle, displayed, vert, wounded in the 
breast with an aiTow or, feathered ar. 

Blowse, ban-y, raguly, of six, sa. and ar. 

Bloxholmeuax, ar. a chev. betw. tluee boars' 
heads, erased, az. — Crest, a tree vert, and boar, 
passant, ar. 

Bloyne, sa. a cross eugr. ar. 

Hloyne, ar. a saltier sa. betw. four torteauxes. 

Bloyon, [Cornwall,] gu. a cross cngr. ar. 

Bloyon, [Cornwall,] gu. a cross saltier, engr. 
ar. 

Bloyon, sa. a saltier, engr. ar. 

Bloyon, ar. a saltier, engr. sa. 

IjLOYS, [Ipswich, Suffolk,] sa. a bend vair, betw. 
two fleurs-de-lis or. — Crest, a gauntlet pi)r. pur- 
fled or, holding a ileur-de-hs gold. 

Bloys, gu. a canton ar. 

Bloys, gu. a Sagittarius ar. his bow and shaft 
sa. 

Bloys, [Grundisborough, Suffolk,] gu. a bend 
vair, betw. two fleurs-de-lis ax. 

Bludder, or Bluther, [London,] or, on a 
bend az. three cinquefoils of the first. — Crest, a 
demi lion's head, erased, pierced through the 
neck vith a broken spear ar. 

Bluder, [Lincolnshire and iiliddlesex, IGOO,] 
or, a pale az. betw. two bucks, passant, ppr. — 
Crest, a lion's head, erased, ar. pierced through 
the neck with the blade of a sword of tlie last, 
the wound gu. 

Bludowsker, gu. a buck goat, iu full course, 
bendways, girthed, or.^ — Crest, a demi buck- 
goat ar. out of a cro^^^l or. 

Blitjworth, [London,] ar. three bars so. iji 
chief as many torteauxes, all within a bordure 
enn. [Borne by Sir Thomas Bludworth, Lord 
Mayor of London, 1GG6.] 



BOB 

Bludivorth, ar. three bars gu. in cliief as many tor- 
teauxes, all within a bordure erm. — Crest, a 
naked arm, cmboMcd, ppr. guttee-de-sang, hold- 
ing a wreath of laurel ppr. 

Bluet. See Blewet. 

Blueield, [Staffordshire,] per fesse, indented, 
ar. and sa. a chief gu. 

Bluhall, az. a fesse, voided, ar. 

Blumenaw, or Ble'W"MEN, gu. a beud ar. in 
fesse a file of three points, couped, az. 

Blu.mhill, [Cheshire,] erm. tliree mascles, fesse- 
ways, gu. two and one. 

Blund, lozengy, or and sa. 

Blundell. See Blouxdell. 

Blunden, [Bishop's Castle, Salop,] ar. a Hon, 
passiuit. sa. (Another, passant, guardant.) — 
Crest, a demi griffin or, gorged with a fesse 
erm. 

Blunueville, az. three garbs or. 

Bluxdey, or Blomxile, lozengy, or and 
sa. 

Blunstone, or Beundestone, [Suffolk,] ar. 
six cross crosslets, fitchee, sa. three, two, and 
one, a chief vaire, ar. and gu. 

Bluwortii, or Blurpworth, ar. two bars 
gu. iu chief three torteauxes. 

Blyke, [Salop, Herefordshire, and London,] sa. 
a chev. betw. three leopards' heads ar. 

Bly.mhall, enn. throe mascles, in fesse, gu. 

Bi.ythfield, per fesse, indented, or and sa. a 

chief gu. 
Blytltjield, per fesse, ar. and az. three piles couu- 

terchanged. 
Blithfeld, .ar. a chief gu. in base a bar indented 

sa. 
Boaue, sa. two chev. betw. six escallops ar. two, 

three, and one. — Crest, a ram's head sa. gorged 

with a fesse, indented, sa. charged with three 

escallops ar. 
Boaler, gu. a fesse, quarterly, ar. and sa. betw. 

six cross crosslets, fitchee, ar. 
Boaler, gu. five fusils, in fesse, quartered ar. and 

sa. betw. six crosses flowered of tiie se- 
cond. 
Boar, vert, a lioar or. 
Board, [Bordhiil, Sussex, and Linfield,] per 

fesse, gu. and az. an escocheon, within an orle 

of martlets, ar. — Crest, a stag erm. 
BoAltDMAN, ar. a chev. vert, bordured gu. 
BOATON, ar. on a bend sa. three martlets or. 
BOBART, [Brunswick,] ar. an oak branch, slipped, 

vert, fructed or. 
BoBKiNG, ar. a bend, nebulee, betw. ten cross 

crosslets, gu. . 



BOD 

BocARS, paly of six, or and az. a fesse ar. 
BocKEN, 01- BoRCkFN, s;\K ail arrow, on each 

side where the feather shoidd he, three ostrich 

feathers ar. the barb erected, or. 
BocKENHAM, Or BoKF.NHAM, az. a cross pattee, 

chequy, or and az. 
BoCKERELi., or BoKERELL, [Lord Mayor of 

London, 1232 to 1237, inchisive,]sa. two bucks, 

passant, ar. the fiekl bczantcc. 
Bohcrell, sa. bezaiitt'e, two bucks, courant, ar. 

attired or. 
BocKHAM, chequy, ar. and sa. a fesse erm. 
Booking, ar. a fesse, betw. six cross crosslets, 

Backing, per pale, ar. and sa. a fesse, wavy, coiin- 

terchang-ed. 
Bocking, ar. a fesse, nebulee, sa. betw. six cross 

crosslets, gu. 
Bocking, ar. a bend, waiy, betw. eight cross cross- 
lets, gu. 
Bocking, or Bockkinge, ar. a bend, betw. six cross 

crosslets, g'u. 
Bocking, [Sufiblk,] ar. a bend, engr. betw. six 

c)"oss crosslets, gu. 
Bocking, [Bucknani-Castle, Suflblk,] ar. a fesse, 

wavy, betw. six cross crosslets, fitchee, gu. 
B0CKINGH.\M, [Suffolk,] or, a lion, rampant, gai. 

on a bend az. three bezants. 
Bockingham, ai\ tliree bendlets, in cliief, gu. 
Bockingham, gu. a cross bottonee or. 
BocKLAND, vair, on a chief , two 

crescents. 
Bocklande, or BokeJand, [Scotland,] ar. an eagle 

displayed, sa. beaked and legged or. (Another, 

legged gu.) 
Bocklande, ar. a chev. sa. fretty or, betw. three 

lions, rampant, gu. — Crest, a ha^k, close, re- 

guardant, ar. beaked and belled or. 
Bocland, [Buckland, Herts, Sheriff of Berks, 

temp. Henry IL] ar. au eagle, displayed, sa. 

armed and beaked or. 
BoK ELAND, ar. a fesse, gu. oppressed with 

two dolphins, liaurient, embowed, respectant, 

or. 
Bokeland, gu. two lions, rampant, ar. a canton or, 

fretty sa. 
BocKWELE, or BoKEWELL, ar. three boars' 

heads sa. two and one, a chief of the se- 
cond. 
Bock WIT, per fesse, ar. and or, a demi grifliu 

issuant gu. and the sun-rays eclipsed. 
BouD.\M, [Enfield, Middlesex,] gu. ou a cross or, 

five muljets sa. — Crest, on a ^\Teath, a stag, 

trippant, ppr. 
BoDiiii:, or Body, [Essex,] ar. on a fesse az. 

three pelicans or, vulning their breasts gu. on a 



BOD 

canton ar. two staves, raguly, in saltier, gu. 3 

ducal coronet or. — Crest,' on the middle of a 

start' ragidy gu. a ducal coronet or. 
BoDDiNGTON, sa. on a chief ar. semee of cross 

crosslets, fitchee, gu. a demi hoii, issuant of tlie 

last. — Crest, a demi lion, rampant, gu. liolduig 

in his dexter paw, a cross crossfet, fitcLee, 

ar. 
Bode, [Fcversham, Kent,] sa. two chev. betw. 

three escallops ar. — Crest, a greyhound's bead, 

couped, ar. gorged Avith a collar and ring, sa. 

charged with three escallops av. 
BoDELSGATE, [Cornwall,] gu. two lions, pas';ant, 

ar. crowned or. 
Bodelsgate, [Cornwall,] az. two lions, passant, ar. 

crowned or. 
BODENHAM, [Hereford,] az. a fesse, betw. three 

chess-rooks or. — Crest, a dragon's head ppr. 

(Another, the head erased sa.) 
Bodenham , ar. on a cross gu. five mullets or. 
BoDEUiNGHAM,orBoDRiNGTON, ar. three beuds 

gu. 
Boderingham, or Bodrington, [Cornwall.] The 

same, within a bordure engr. sa. 
BoDiiAM, ar. a bend, chequy, or and az. 
Bodhnm, ar. a fesse, dancettee, sa. ou each point 

a bezant. 
Bodlicim, ar. a bend, chequy, or and sa. -n-ithiii a 

bordure, engr. gu. 
BoDicoTE, or BoDYCOAT, [Loudou,] vert, on 

a bend ar. cottised or, tluee tigers' heads 

ppr. 
BoDiHAM, or, a lion, rampant, gu. within a bor- 
dure, componee, ar. and az. 
BoDiNGTON, sa. ou a chief ar. a demi lion, 

rampant, betw. six cross crosslets, fitchee, 

gu. 
Bodington, [Somerset,] sa. three bugle-horns, 

stringed ar. 
BoDKiNES, az. three tailors' bodkins, ar. handles 

or. 
BoDLEY, [SlTeatham, Surrey,] erm. on two bars 

sa. three round buckles, or, two and one. — 

Crest, a bidl's head or. 
Bodley, az. a fesse ar. fretted of the field. 
Bodley, gu. five martlets ar. on a chief, indented, 

or, tliree crowns az. 
Bodley, or Bodlegh, [Dunconibe, Devonshire,] ar. 

five martlets, saltierways, sa. on a chief az. 

three ducal crowns or. — Crest, on a ball [rather 

clouds] az. encircled witli rays or, a ducal coro- 
net of the second. 
Bodley, ar. five martlets, in saltier, sa. 
BoDOCK.SHEAD, [Devonshire,] sa. three lozenges, 

in fesse, ar. betw. as many slags' heads, cabossed. 



BOH 

HonY, or, ail eagle, in full aspect, gii. staiidiug 

(111 a perch, issuiug out of the -.hiister side ar. 
JJdinAR, [Coruwall,] gu. a chev. ar. betw. tliree 

riiiquefoils or. 
llonVilAM, g_vroiiu\ of eight, gu. and sa. 

ISodi/ham, gyromiy of eight, gu. and sa. three 
mandrakes ar. (Another, or.) 

J!(ii:i(, sa three boers [a turner's instruineutj ar. 
JiaiuUes or. 

I5tii;KlUUlG, sa. a fcsse, betw. three boers [a tur- 
ner's iiistrunieut] ar. 

]3ori'i'.NiiUSEN, gu. four bit-bosses or, with two 
bars interposed, sa. two, one, and one. 

J3o1'FRi:y, ar. a chev. betw. three annulets, sa. 

15uG, [Scotland,] ar. a chev. gu. betw. three cinque- 
foils in chief, and a boar's head, conped, in base, 
sa. 

Bog, [Scotland,] gii. ou a chev. ar. three stars, 
sa. 

liofig, or, on a fesse, sa. three water-bougets ar. 

Boc/g, ar. a fret sa. on each point a cross crosslet, 
litchee, ar. 

Bogge, [Scotland,] gu. a chev. betw. two roses in 
chief, and a boar's head, erased, in base, ar. 

Bocjge, or Bugg, or, fretty sa. charged at each 
interlacing with a crosslet, fitchee, ar. 

Logan, sa. a cockatrice, disj)layed, ar. crested, 
iiienibered, and jalloped, gii. 

LJoGLE, [Scotland,] or, a chev. vair, betw. two 
roses iu chief gu. and a ship in base ppr. — Crest, 
ou a wreath, a rose, stalked and leaved, with a 
bee therein, ppr. 

BoGNER, per pale, ar. and az. a ferris, or steel 
for striking lire, counterchanged. 

Boh EM, [London,] sa. three horse-shoes ar. two 
and one. — Crest, a horse-shoe ar. betw. two 
elephants' trunks, per fesse, ar. and sa. 

BonuN, [INIidliiust, Sussex,] or, a cross az. 

Bohiui, az. tliree garbs or. 

Bohun, az. a bend, cottised, or. 

Jiolnm, az. on a bend ar. cottised, or, betw. six 
lions, rampant, of the third, three mullets, gu. 
(Another, sa.) 

Bohitn, [FrcssingCeld, Suffolk,] gu. a crescent erm. 
within an orle of eight martlets or. — Crest, on a 
chapeau, a cjuatrefoil, pierced, enn, in the cen- 
tre a bezant. 

Bohun, [Lincoln,] az. on a bend ar. cottised, or, 
betw. six lions, rampant, gold, three escallops gu. 
—Crest, out of a ducal coronet, gu. a cap aa-. 
betw. two elephants' tusks or. 

Bohun, az. a bend ar. cottised, betw. six lions, 
rampant, or. 

Bulnin, [Earl of Carlisle,] az. three bars gu. 

lUihuii, or, three bars gu. 

Jhhun, [Eai-1 of Chester,] az. three garbs or. 



B O L 

Bois, ar. out of the dexter base side, a pile, fleeted 
and reflected sa. 

Bois, [Brecknockshire,] gu. a stag, statant, ar. 
colkired and chained or. 

I5on ILK. See Boya ii,L. 

BoKARD, ar. a saltier gu. betw. four eagles, dis- 
played, vert. 

BoKEFliiLD, az. a cross, chequy, ar. and gii. 

BoKEH,\M, chequy, or and sa. a fesse erm. 

BoKr.EANIJ. See BOCKI.AXD. 

BoKELL, sa. a chev. betw. three bucks, passant, 

or. 
BoKELLEY, [Cornwall,] sa. a goat ar. armed, or. 
BoKEETON, [Kent,] barry of fen, gu. and or. 
BOKEMYNSTER, ar. flory, a lion, rampant, sa. 
BoKEMiAM, [Lincolnshire,] ar. fretty az. 
Bokenham, ar. a fret az. 
Bolcenham, ar. a fret az. be tw. four crescents of 

the second. 
Bokenham, az. a cross flory , corapony, or and az. 
Bokenliam, ar. a fret, betw. four crescents gu. 
Bokinglunn, or, a lion, rampaut, gu. ou a bend 

az. three bezants. 
BoKENTON, or BoKiNGTON, gu. three cocks 

ar. 

BOKERELE. See BOCKEREEL. 

BoKESATTOX, sa. fretty ar. 

BoKEWELL, , three boars' heads, and a 

chief, sa. 
BoKlXGE, [Boking, Suffolk,] ar. a fesse, wavy, 

betw. three crosses potent, fitched, gu, — Crest, 

a man's head, couped at the shoulders, ar. hair 

vert. 
BoKLE, sa. a chev. betw. three buckles ar. 
BoKSYED, sa. ou a chief vert, a buck's head, ca- 

bossed, ar. 

BOLAND. Sec BOWLAXU. 

BOLBECK, vert, a lion, ranipant, ar. 

Bold, ar. two chev. gu. on a Ciuiton of the second, 
a cross patonce or. 

Bold, or Bokh, quarterly, ar. and sa. ; in the 
first, tliree chev. gu. ; iu the second, a cross ar. ; 
third as second, fourth as first. 

Bold, [Bold, Lancashire,] ar. a griffin, segreant, 
sa. beaked and legged or. — Crest, a grifEn, se- 
greant, sa. beaked and legged or ; also, out of 
a ducal coronet, gu. a denii eagle sa. wings 
or. 

Bold, ar. a tiger, passant, sa. 

Bold, [Bold, Lancashire,] ar. a grifii 



passant. 



Bold, sa. a griffin, passant, ar. 
Bold, ar. five fusils, in fesse, sa. 
Boiild, [Lancashire,] ar. a chev. oppressed by a 
bend gu. on a canton of the last, a cross patfee 



B O L 

Bould, [Lancasliire,] ar. a griffin, segreant, sa. 
within a borduro, gii. 

Bould, [Chnsiiiie,] ar. a grilTin, segreant, sa. armed, 
gu. 

Boitlde, [Eould, Lancashire,] ar. a griffin, passant, 
.sa. — Crest, out of a ducal corouet, or, a gTitliu's 
head sa. beaked gu. betw. two wings gold. 

BoLDERS, per pale, or and az. a saltier, pierced 
of the field, all coiuitercluinged. — Crest, a grey- 
hound, courant, ar. tollared or. 

KoLDERSALT, or, a denii bordiire purp. and a 
saltier az. 

BoLDiNGTON, ar. on a chev. betw. three pellets 
sa. as many roses of the first. 

BoLlJISGATE, gu. two lions, passant, guardant, 
ar. crowned or. 

BoLDORXE, or BoLDRfiN, per pale, or and az. 
a saltier counterchanged.— Crest, a grevliound, 
courant, gu. collared or. 

BOLCHE, BoLOCti, or BoLKiGH, ar. on a 
chev. sa. betw. tlu-ee torteauxes, as many be- 
zants. 

BoLDROWE, [Sud'olk,] per pale, ar. and az. a 
saltier counterchanged ou a cliief ar. three leo- 
pards' heads, cabossed, az. — Crest, a lion's gamb 
ar. grasping a saltier az. 

BoLEBEE, [i3uckinghamsliire,] vert, a lion, ram- 
pant, ar. vidned in the shoulder. 

BoLETLEY, [Cornwall,] sa. a goat, salient, ar. 
attired or. 

BoLHALTii, sa. a chev. ar. and canton erm. 

Bolhalth, sa. a chev. ajid canton erm. 

Bolhalth, ar. a chev. sa. and canton erm. 

Boeings, or Bollings, sa. an iuescocheon, 
■within an orle of eight martlets ar. 

BoLKlNG, ar. a fesse wavy betw. six cross crosslets 
gu. 

BoLLBV, [South Tyndale, Northumberland, 
10th Edw. I.] ar. on a fesse sa. three garbs 
or. 

BoLLKR, gu. three poppy-bolles on their stalks in 
fesse or. 

Boiler, [Devon,] erm. ou a chief az. tlu-ee bolts 
ar. 

BoLLERS, sa. a mamich or. 

BoLLES. See Bowles. 

BoLLEY, ar. ouachev. sa. betw. three torteauxes, 
as many bezants. 

BoLLEY'N, or, fretty sa. on a chief of the second, 

three plates. 
Boleyn, [Sir Geoffrey, Lord Mayor of London, 
1457,] quarterly ; first and fourth, ar. a chev. 
gu. betw. three bulls' heads, conpcd, sa.; second 
and third, sa. three mullets or, and a chief, dan- 
cettee, erm. 
Boline, ar. three bars, indented, gu. 



B O L 

BuUeyne, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three bulls' heads, 
coupcd, sa. 

Biillen, [Stickford, Lincolnshire,] ar. fretty sa. on a 
chief of the second, three plates. 

Bnllen, ar. a chev. az. betw. tlu-ee bulls' heads, ca- 
bossed, sa. 

Bullen, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three bulls' heads, ca- 
bossed, sa. armed or. . 

Bulling, sa. an iuescocheon within an orle of mart-, 
lets ar. 

BOT-HNGBROKE, Or BOLINGSBROOK E, aZ. a 

fesse, betw. three lions, rampant, or. 

BoUingbrokc, az. a fesse ar. betw. three Uons, ram- 
pant, or. 

Bolliiif/hroke, sa. a chev. betw. three pillars or. 

Bollngshrooke, [King Hen. FS".] France and 
England, quarterly ; a label of three points, 
per pale, gu. and ar. in the fust part six 
castles or, in the second, six lions, ramjiant, gu. 

BolyiKjhroke, gu. three Uons, rampant, erm. 

BoLLiNGFORD, sa. two swords, in saltier, ar. 

EoLLORD, or BOLLOURE, sa. a horaet ar. 

BoELYS. See Bowles. 

EoLMER, gu. a lion, rampant, billeftee, or. 

EoLNAS, gu. a fesse erm. 

Bolnas, erm. a fesse gu. 

BoLNEY, gu. two mullets in chief, and a crescent 
m base, or. | 

Bolneij, [Sussex and Berks,] or, in chief two i 
nniUets, in base a crescent, gu. — Crest, a skele- j 
ton's head, couped at the shoulders, ppr. hold- i 
ing, inihe mouth, a firebrand or, flammant at i 
both ends ppr. j 

Bolnei/, [Suffolk,] ar, a crescent, and in chief two ; 
mullets, gu. i 

Bohicy, quai-terly, ar. and gu. I 

Bolney, or, in chief two mullets of six points, in ; 
base a crescent, gn. j 

BOLOUR, ar. three butterflies, in pale, sa. ' 

Bolowr, ar. a harvest-fly, in pale, volant en arriere, \ 
sa. i 

Boloicre, sa. a harvest-fly, in pale, volant en ar- \ 
viere, ar. 

BOLRON, ar. a bend, betw. five lozenges, and 
three hammers, sa. 

Bolron, [Cheshire,] ar. a bend, fusilly, betv,-. three 
hammers, sa. j 

Bolron, ar. a bend, betw. three lozenges in chief, 
and as many mattocks in base, sa. 

Bolt, or Boult, or, on a chev. betw. three ' 
cross crosslets, fitchue, gu. a lion, passimt, guar- ' 
dant, of the field. 
Bolter, ar. on a chev. gu. tliree dead men's 

skulls of the field. 
Boiler, vert, a bend, betw. two bird-bolts, bend- 
ways, or, point downwards. _ ■ - 1 



B O L 

130LTKSHAM, [Northumberland,] gu. tliree bird- 
bolts ar. 

Boltsham, [Devon,] ar. three bolts, in pale, g-u. 

BoLTOM, ar. on a bend gu. threi- leop;irds' faces 
or. 

Bollon, or, a lion, passanl, guardant, sa. betw. 
two bendlets gu. 

Bolton, [Sir William, Lord Mayor of London, 
1GG7,] sa. a hawk ar. 

Bollon, sa. a falcon ar. beaked, jessed, membered, 
and belled, or, charged on the breast \vi<h a tre- 
foil, slipped, ppr. [Granted to Thomas Bol- 
ton, of Woodbridge, Suffolk, Aitgusl, 2G, 
1G15.] 

Bolton, az. three bird-bolts, or. — Crest, aboltgu. 
in a tun, or. 

Bolton, ti'i. three arro-ws, in pale, fesseways', or, 
points to the dexter. — Crest, on a wreath, a tun, 
erect, ppr. transpierced by an arrow, fesse\vavs, 
or. [Borne by Serjeant Bolton, ivJto died 

■ 1787.] 

Bolton, ar. a chev. gu. 

Bolton, ar. a fesso sa. betw. three pellets. 

Bolton, [Yorkshire,] ar. three door-bolts gu. 

/io/ZoK, [London,] sa.agos-bavrk ar. armed, jessed, 
and belled, or. 

Bolton, [Yorkshire and Lancashire,] ar. on a chev. 
gu. three hons, passant, guardant, or. (Another, 
ar.) — Crest, a buck's head, erased, ar. attired, 
or, gorged wth a chaplet, vert, pierced through 
the neck with an arrow of the second. 

Bolton, or, on a chev. gu. three lions, passant, 
guardant, ar. 

Bolton, or Boulton, ar. on a chev. gu. a lion's 
head, or. 

Bolton, ar. a lion, rampant, az. fretty of the 
field. 

Bolton, ar. on a chev. gu. three leopards' heads of 
the field. 

Bolton, az. a tim, with a bird-bolt through it, 
ppr. 

Bolton, or Boulton, ar. on a chev. gu. three leo- 
pards' faces, or. (Another, of the field.) 

Bolton, [SntTolk, 1615,] quarterly; first and 
fourth, a falcon, close, ar. beaked and belled, 
or ; second and third, gu. three wolves' heads, 
erased, or, a trefoil, slipped, in the centre. — 
Crest, a falcon, close, ar. chartfed on the breast, 
with a trefoil, slipped, -s ert, beaked and belled, 
or. 

Boulton, [Suffolk,] ar. on a thev. gu. a leopard's 
face of the field. 

Boulton, [Norfolk,] gu. on a bend engr. ar. three 
leopards' faces of the field. 

Boulton, [Yorkshire and Norfolk,] ar. on a bend, 
engr. gu. three leopards' faces of the field. — 



BON 

Crest, on a hoUy-lnish, vert, fructed gu. a hawk, 
rising, ppr. 

Boulton, sa. a ha^^k ar. on a canton, or, a crab 
gu. quartering az. a chev. betw. two fleurs-de- 
lis in chief, and a crab in base, or. — Crest, on 
a WTeath, a hawk ar. collared, legged, and 
belled, gu. the wings expanded, the dexter foot 
supporting a shield az. charged with a fleur-de- 
lis or. [Borne by H. Boulton, Esq. of Gibbon- 
Grove, Leutherhead, Surrey, 1823.] 

Botdloii, [Burston, Norfolk,] gu. on a bend, 
engr. ar. three leopards' faces of the field. 

Bouleton, [Norfolk,] erm. a saltier gu. 

EoMi'ON, ar. on a fesse, betw. three crescents, gu. 
a lion, passant, of the second. 

Bomeon, sa. a fesse, fusilly, ar. 

Bomeon, sa. a bend, fusilly, ar. 

BOMSTEn, BONYSTEU, Or BOMST F, ED, [EsseX,] 

az. a fesse, betw. two chev. or. 
Bonisfed, [Essex,] az. a fesse erm. betw. two chev. 

or. 
Bon, [Essex,] erm. a chief, indented, sa. 
Bonn, or Boun, [Northamptonshire,] az. on a bend 

ar. three mullets gu. pierced of the second. 
Bonn, or, a cross az. 
Bonne, [Friuice,] gu. a lion, rampant, or, on a 

chief, rempli, az. three roses ar. 
BoNAM, gu. a chev. betw. three crosses, fitchee, 

ar. 
Bonam, [Hants,] gu. on a chev. wavy, betw. 

three crosses formec, fitchee, ar. a crescent of 

the field. 
BoNAK, ar. a saltier az. within a bordure gu. on 

a chief of the second, a man's arm issuing from 

the dexter, habited ar. holding a shoulder of 

mutton ppr. to a lion, passant, or. — Crest, a 

sword, erect, the blade ppr. hilt and pomel or. 

[Borne by Thomson Bonar, Esq. of Winches- 
ter-House, Old Broad-Street, London, and of 

Chiselhurst, Kent, 1824. Heralds' College, 

1813.] 
BoNARWAS, az. three rattle-snake-weed leaves, 

or, a chief ar. 
BoNMiKUT, [France,] per saltier, or and sa. 
Bonhrut, purp. a saltier or. 
Bond, [Peckham, Surrey, and Cornwall,] ar. on a 

chev. sa. three bezants. — Crest, a demi Pegasus 

az. scmee of estoiles, or. 
Bond, [Loudon,] barry wavy of six, ar. and az. 

on a chief sa. two leopards, passiuit, of the 

first, betw. as many anchors, or. 
Bond, [Sir George, Lord Mayor of London, 

1587,] ar. on a chev. sa. three bezants, in chief 

a crescent gu. 
Bond, or Bonde, sa, a fesse, or. 
Bonde, [Coventry, Warwickshire,] ar. achev.sa 
[ o] 



BON 

betw. three hurts, charged with as many es- 
toiles, or, on a chief gu. tliree cinquefoils of 
the field. 

Bondc, [Dorchester,] ar. a chev. sa. charged with 
three bezants. — Crest, a hou, sojaiit, ar. 
(Another crest, a denii Pegasus az. ^\•inged and 
gutfee d'or.) 

Bonde, ar. two beudlets sa. in the sinister chief 
point a cross crosslet of the second. 

Bonde, sa. a fesse or, in the dexter chief point a 
crescent ar. 

BoNDiviLE, or BoNViLE. See Bonevilli;. 

BoNDLEii, ar. two Cornish choughs, iu pale, 
ppr. 

BoNDY, or, a bend, and ou the suiister side two 
bendlets, vert. 

Bone, or Boun, ar. oji a bend az. flu-ee fleurs- 
de-lis or. 

Bone, or Bonn, [Norfolk,] or, a cross az. 

Bone, or, on a bend az. three fleurs-de-lis gold. 

BoNEFAT, ar. ou a beud gu. three catharine- 
wheels or. 

BoNEFiKLU. See Bonfield. 

BoNEiiAM, or BoNHAM. See Bonham. 

BONERY, ar. on a bend sa. three rocks of the 
field. 

BoNETT, or BoNOTT, chequy ar. and gu. on a 
chief az. two mullets with six points, pierced, 
of the first. 

Bonctl, chequy, or and gu. a chief az. 

Bonnet, ar. on a chev. sa. cottlsed gu. three be- 
zants; in chief, two mullets of the second, 
pierced of the third; in base, a hurt, cliarged 
■with a fleur-de-lis or. — Crest, an unicorn's 
head, coupcd, vert, purfled and crijied, or. 
\_Grnni.ed to Benjamin Bonnet, of London, late 

'- of Die, in the Province of DaupMny, in France, 
1751.] 

BONEVILLE, or BoNViLE, [Devon,] or, ou a 
bend sa. three mullets ar. pierced of the se- 
cond. 

BoneviUe, Bonvill, or Bonville, [Devon,] sa. six 
mullets, ar. three, two, and one, pierced gu. 

Bonevilc, gu. a lozenge, flory, ar. charged with a 
bend sa. 

Bonvill, sa. sLx mullets ar. pierced gu. a beacon 
az. 

Bonvill, ar. on a bend sa. three mullets of the 
field. 

Bondivile, or Bojivile, [Sponton, Yorkshire,] sa. 
six muliet-s, pierced, ar. three, two, and one. 

Bondivile, or Bonvill, [Devon,] sa. six mullets ar. 
three, t\vo, and one. 

Bonncval, [France,] ar. on a fesse az, three escal- 
lops or. 

Bonvile, sa. six mullets, tliree, two, and one. 



BON 

Bonvile, [Devon,] or, ou a beud sa. tluee mullets 
ar. (Another, or.) 

Bonvile, or, a bend sa. 

Bonvile, ar. a chief or. 

BoNFiEi.D, az. a chev. betw. three pears or. 

Boncficld, az. a chev. guttee d'or. 

Bonefild, az. a chev. betw. three bears, passant, 
gu. 

BoNiiSiiY, sa. a fosse vair, betw. three water- 
bougets or. 

BoxFOY, or BuNFOY, [Haves, Middlesex,] az. 
ou a cross ar. a huuuui heart g'vi. — Crest, an 
ai-m, coujjed and erect, in armour ppr. liolchng 
in the gauntlet, a cross calvary gu. 

BoNGAM, az. three garbs or. 

BONGEY, [Loudon, 123.0,] az. a lion, passant, 
or, betw. three bezants. 

BoNGiiEON, ar. a chev. betw. tliree crosses bot- 
tonee, fitcliee, sa. 

BoNCHEKON, ar. on a beud sa. three martlets of 
the field. 

BoNGiLLON, quarterly; or aud gu. in the first 
and fourth, a beud sa. iu the secoud and third, 
three bezants. 

BoNGHOLL, or BungaIjE, gu. tlu-ce augers ar. 
handles or. 

Bonham, [V/iltshire,] gu. a fesse, wavy, betw. 
three crosses formee, fitchee, ar. (Another, 
of Essex, fitchee in the foot.) 

Bojiham, gu. a chev. bcfriv. three cross crosslets, 
fitchee, ar. — Crest, on a wreath, a dragon's 
head ar. guttee de sang. [Borne hi/ Tlioinas 
Bonham, Esq. of Pelcrsfield, Hants, 1823.] 

Boneham, or Bonham, sa. a chev. wavy, betw. 
three cross crosslets, fitchee, ar. 

BoNYSTED, [Essex.] The same as Bo.msted. 

Boniface, puq). a cross patonce ar. 

Boni/face, ar. a fret, engr. sa. 

Bonijface, or Bonfys, ar. a fesse, betw. three lo- 
zenges az. 

BoNiNCTON, [Loudon,] sa. six annulets or. 

Bonivillers, [France,] sa. a bend betw. ten 
billets ar. 

Bonn, or Boun. See Bon. 

Bon NELL, [Norfolk,] or, alien, rampant, betw. 
eight cross crosslets, az. — Crest, a lion, ram- 
pant, or, holding betw. the fore-feet a cross 
crosslet az. 

Bonnell, [London,] ar. a cross gu. quarterly, 
pierced ; nine crosses, tlu-ee, three, and three, 
counterchiuigcd. — Crest, a domi lion, erased, 
or, pellettee, his tail forked and interlaced, sup- 
porting, iu his pa^vs, a spear of the third. 
[Grunted, hy Thomas St. George, on/iolGOl.] 

Bonner, quarterly, gu. and sa. a cross pattee, 
quarterly, couuterchaugcd erm. and or, on a 



BOO 

chief of the last, a demi rose, streaming with 
tiiys, bet\v. two pelicans, vuining themselves of 
the first. 

Bonner, erra. a chief, indented, sa. 

Bonner, [Somerset,] gu. a crescent crjn- v ithin an 
orle of martlets or. 

Bonner, or Rydell, [Oxford, 1574,] paly of six, 
or and gu. on a chief az. three lions, rampant, 
or. — Crest, a talbot's head ar. collared az. studded 
and ringed or. 

BoNNKT. See Bonett. 

BoNNV, az. three pair of compasses or, pointed 
sa. 

BONOVRIER, [London and France,] or, two an- 
chors, in saltier, sa. a chief, invected, az. 

BONSOR, per fesse, az. and ar. a pale connter- 
changed, three lions' heads, erased, or, on a 
chief, indented, erminois, three roses gu. barbed 
and seeded ppr. — Crest, on a wreath, a staff 
ragul}', fesseways, or, thereon a wolf, passant, 
sa. collared and chain reflexed over the back 
gold, the dexter fore-paw resting npon a rose, 
as in the arms. [Boriie by Joseph Bonsor, of 
London and Polesdet:, Surrey, Esq.] A Sub- 
scriber. See Plate of Ai-ms. 

BoNTKVlLLEN, [Northumberland,] ar. a fesse, 
bet\v. three crescents, go. 

Bonus, or Bonest, [London,] verl, two bars 
gemelles, three roses, ar. — Crest, a talbot's 
head, couped, ar. 

BoNWiCK, [Surrey,] chcquy, or and sa. on a 
chief gu. two estoiles or, a crescent for 
difference. — Crest, a lion's head, erased, gu. 
charged with an estoile or, a crescent for dif- 
ference. 

BONVCHON, [Cornwall,] ar. a chev. betw. three 
fleurs-de-lis sa. 

BonycJton, ar. a chev. gu. betw. tlu:ee fleurs-de-lis 
sa. 

BoNYFACE. See Boniface. 

BoNYFANT, sa. three infants' heads, couped at 
the shoulders, ppr. crined or. 

BoNYMAN, [Scotland,] ar. a naked man, shoot- 
ing au arrow out of a bow, gu. 

Boniman, ar. a bonicerbus' head, couped, ppr. 

BoNYS, erm. three bows ppr. 

BoNYTHAM, ar. a chev. betw. three fleurs-de-lis 
sa. 

BooDK, [Essex,] sa. two chev. betw. twelve es- 
callops i\r. six, three, and three. 

Boode, ar. a hmb of a tree, ragided and trunked, 
with a leaf stalked and peudejit on each side, 
vert. 

BooKE, [London,] ar. on a chev. gu. betw. three 
buck.s' heads sa. an annulet ar. 

Booker, [London, descended from AVoodhouse, 



BOO 

Nottinghamshire,] or, an eagle, displayed, 
vert, ducally crowned of the first, beaked and 
menibcred gu. within a bordure az. charged with 
three fleurs-de-lis or. [Heralds' OJice, JjOndon, 
C. 24.] 

Booker. The same, but with eight fleurs-de-lis. 

{Granted, to Booker, alias Boocher, of 

London, hi) William Seyar, Clarenccux.] 

Bnoit, or Bore, gu. a boar, passant, ar. 

Bore, az. three bofirs' heads or. 

BooRDE, or BoURDE, [Suffolk,] ar. a chev. gu. 
betw. three lions, rampant, sa. 

Ijoorne. See ]5ourne. 

]j00T, ar. a boot sa. top turned down or, soled 

Boole, ar. three boots sa. turned down gu. 

Boote, ar. three boots sa. tops or. 

Boole, ar. two ])utch boots, the soles erect, em- 
bowed at the knees, and indorsed, sa. issuaiit 
out of a pile in base vert, spurred or. 

Booth, [Chesliire,] az. three boars' heads, couped, 
ar. armed or, the middlemost on a sword of the 
second, pomel and hilt of the thii-d. — Crest, a 
lion, passant, ar. 

Booth, sa. a cockatrice ar. 

Booth, ar. three boars' heads, couped, sa. — Crest, 
a boar's head, couped, sa. [Granted hy Seyar.] 

Booth, [London.] The same. 

Booth, ar. three boars' heads, erect and erased, 
sa. armed or.— Crest, a lion, passtmt, ar. 

Booth, [Derbyshire.] The same arms, with a mul- 
let for difference. — Crest, a demi St. Catharine 
ppr. couped at the knees, habited ar. cro^raed 
or, in the dexter hand a catharine-wheel, in the 
sinister a sword, the point downwards. 

Booth, [Bucks.] The same arms. — Crest, a por- 
cupine's head, erased. 

Booth, [Cheshire.] The same arms. — Crest, on 
a wieath, a chaplet vert, thereon a lion, pas- 
sant, ar. 

Booth, or Boivth, [Killingham, Lincolnshire.] 
The same. 

Booth, ar. a tun gu. betw. tluee boars' heads, 
erased and erect, sa. 

Booth, barry of six, az. and ar. a bend, gobona- 
ted, or and gu. 

Booth, ar. three horse-shoes, and six cross cross- 
lets, fitchee, sa. 

Booth, [Cheshire,] or, three boars' heads, erect 
and erased, sa. armed of the field. 

Booth, ar. a boar's head, erect and erased, sa. 

Booth, vaire, ar. and gu. in chief a mullet, sa. 

Booth i!Y, [Bradley- Ashe, DerbyshLre,] ar. on a 
canton sa. a lion's ganib, erect and erased, 
or. — Crest, a lion's gamb, erect and erased, or. 

Booty, [Suflblk,] ar. a lion's head, erased, sa 
[ o 2] 



R O R 

■ — Crest, on a mount vert, a hand ppr. couped 
at tie wrist, holdins^ a sword ar. liilt or. [Granted 
January 2, 1300.] 

Booz, az. a boas serpent or. 

Borage. See Burridge. 

BoRARn, paly of six, or and az. over all, a fesse 
ar. 

BORASTON, [Vforcester and Hertford, 1606,] 
quarterly, ar. and sa. on a bend, cottised, gu. 
three crosses formec, fitchee, or. — Crest, out of 
a mural coronet sa. a griffin's head or, gorged 
with a fesse, betw. two gemelles gu. 

BoRCKWORTli, ar. on a saltier .sa. a label gu. 

BoRCKEN, or BocKEN, gu. an arrow, on 
each side (where the feathers should be) three 
ostrich feathers ar. the barb erect or. 

BoRDET, or BuRUETT, [Leicester,] az. two 
bars or. 

BoRDROUCH, vert, a bordure ar. 

Bore, [Kent,] gu. a boar, passant, ar. 

Bore, az. three boars' heads or. 

BoREFEiLn, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three pel- 
lets. 

BoREHONT, [Hants,] ar. a fesse, betw. six mart- 
lets, gu. 

Borehnnl, or, three boars' heads, couped, sa. 

EoRELEY, or BoRSELJ:y, [Wilts,] vert, three 
boar.s' heads, coujied, ar. 

BORELL, or BURRELL. See BURRELL. 

Borewashe, [Ireland,] gu. a lion or, armed az. 

tail forked. See BuRWASii. 
Borford, erm. on a canton sa. a cinqucfoil 

or. 
Borford, [Staffordshire,] or, a fleur-de-lis sa. 
Boreford, or Berford, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three 

pellets. 
BORGAT, BURGAT, or BORGAOE, [Suffolk,] 

paly of six, ar. and sa. (Jnother, or and 

sa.) 
BORGE, or BoRGES, [Suffolk,] lozengy, gn. and 

vair. 
BoRGENTYN, ar. a lion, rampant, sa. 
BORGES, [Kent,] ar. a fesse chequy, or and gu. 

in chief three cross crosslets, fitchee, of the 

third. 
BoRGHiLL, [Salop,] paly of six, ar. and az. a 

bend gu. 
BouGiiUi.i,, [Ireland,] paly of six, ar. and sa. 

on a bend gu. three escallops or. 
BoRGILLON, quarterly, or and gu. on the second 

and third quarters an annulet of the first, over 

all, a bend sa. 
Burgillone, [Norfolk,] q\iarterly, or and gu. a 

bend sa. in the second and third quarters a 

roundle, pierced, ar. 
Borgilon, or Bouryilon, [^yorcester,] quarterly. 



B O R 

or and gu. on a bend sa. three annulets of the 
first. 

BoRGlTON, quarterly, or and gu. on a bend sa. a 
mullet or, pierced of the third. 

BoRGOiGNE. See Burgoine. 

BoRGON, az. a talbot, passant, ar. in chief a mul- 
let or, pierced sa. 

Borgon, [Devon.] The same. 

BoRGRY.S, a fesse frefty, betw. three ra- 
vens, ar. beaked and legged gu. 

BORGULION, quarterly, or and gu. on the second 
and tliird quarteis (each) three annulets ai. a 
bend sa. 

BoRHONT, [Hants,] ar. a fesse, betw. six mart- 
lets, gu. 

Borhnnf, or Borham, or, three boars' heads, 
couped, sa. 

BoRKA\YEr.L, or BoRKAVELL, ar. a fret ax. 

B0RK.XOGE, ar. a bend, engT. betw. three cross 
crosslets, fitchee, gu. 

BoRLACK, [Treluddi-o, Cornwall,] erm. on a bend 
sa. two hands and arms issuing out of the clouds 
at the elbows, all ppr. rending a horse-shoe or. 
—Crest, a boar's head, couped at the neck, 
bendy of four, or and sa. cared gu. betw. two 
roses of the last, stalked and leaved vert. 

Borlase, [Bockmer, Bucks.] The si\me arms. 
—Crest, a wolf, passant, reguardant, ar. struck 
in the shoulder with an arrow or, which he holds 
in his mouth. 

BoRLACH, vert, a pile and two demi ones, cm- 
bowed and fixed to the sides, ar. each charged, 
in chief, with a torteaux. 

BoRLE>fAT, gu. an ineseocheon, betn". three 
martlets, ar. 

BoRLEY, [Essex,] erm. three talbots, passant, 
sa. 

Borley, barry of six, sa. and or, on a chief of the 
second, two palets of the first on an inescocJieon 
gu. three bars erm. 

BoRMAN, ar. a chev. betw. three horses, passant, 
sa. 

Barman, [Devon and Somersetshire,] erm. on a 
bend, cottised, sa. three boars' heads, couj)ed, 
or. — Crest, a bull's head, erased, or, attired 
sa. 

Borjnan, gu. a chev. sa. betw. three lions' heads, 
erased, ar. 

BORMINGHALL, sa. three butterflies irr.— Crest, 
a wolf's head gu. 

BoRNAT, ar. a naked man ppr. holding a sword 
with both his hands, to cut a tree gTO-«-ing out of 
a mount in'base vert, on a chief az. a crescent, 
betw. tn'o stars, of the first. 

Borne. See Bourne. 

BORNEHAM, or, a maunch az. 



B O R 

liornam, or, a bend, betw. two cross crosslcts, 

sa. 
HoKON, or, a bull, passant, gii. 
JJoROUGH, [Ireland,] or, a cross ^u. (Another 

adds a lioii, passant, of tlie second.) 
Borough, [Shipdliam, Norfolk,] gii. two swords, 

ill saltier, ar. hilts and pomels or, betw. four 

fleurs-de-lis of tiie third, witliin a bordure, go- 

bonated, ar. and purp. 
Borough. The same, without the bordure. 
Borough, [Borough, Leicestershire,] gu. the stem 

and trunk of a tree, eradicated, ,is also couped, 

in pale, sprouting out two branches ar. 
Borough, alias Sfockclcn. The same. 
Borough, per chev. ar. and erm. two chev. sa. 

betw. three chaplets gu. 
Borough, [Sandwich, Kent,] or, on a cross gu. 

five mullets, pierced, of the field.— Crest, a 

dove, standing on a snake, all ppr. 
Borough, quarterly, or and az. a bend gu. 
Borough, [Lincolnshire, and Richmond, York- 

sliirc,] ar. ou a saltier sa. five swans of tlie field. 

— Crest, a swan's head and neck ar. beaked 

gu. 
Borough, [Norliam, Devon, and Kent,] az. a 

bend, wavy, ar. betw. two fleurs-de-lis erm. 

C Another, or.) — Crest, a pair of wings iu dorso 

erm. 
Borough, [Devon,] ar. on a fesse, dancettcc, sa. 

three bezants. 
Borough, ar. (another, or,) a chev. sa. voided 

erm. betw. three chaplets gu. 
Borough, ar. on a fesse sa. three bezants. 
Borough, [Devon,] erm. a falcon's head, erased, 

az. beaked or, betw. three fleurs-de-lis of the 

second. 
Borough, sa. two swords, in saltier,' ar. betw. four 

fleurs-de-lis or. 
Borrow, [J^erby,] ar. on a mount in base, the 

trunk of an oak-tree, sprouting out two branches, 

ppr. with the shield of Pallas hanging thereon, 

or, fastened by a belt gu. — Crest, an eagle, re- 

guardanf, with wings expanded, standing on a 

mount, ppr. supporting with the dexter foot 

the like shield, as in the arms. [Granted 

1702.] 
Boroue, ar. a chev. erm. fimbriated sa. betw. three 

chaplets of flowers g-u. 
Burrough, or Borough, [Lincolnshire,] az. three 

fleurs-de-lis erm. 
Burrough, [Suffolk,] ar. two chev. vert, betw. 

three chaplets or. 
Burrough, az. three fleurs-de-Us erm. — Crest, an 

eagle, witli wings expanded, erm. 
Burrowe, or Borough, [Suffolk,] or, on a cross gu. 

five mullets, ar. 



BOS 

Burrovcs, or Burrows, or, on a cross gu. five 
mullet.^, ar. on a canton gu. a hon, passant, of 
the first. — Crest, a hon, sejant, ar. ducally 
crowned or. 

RoROWDDN, ar. two cintpiefoils sa. 

BoRRKTT, [Inner Temple, and Westraorciaud,] 
ermines, three boars' heads, erect and erased, 
or. — Crest, a boar's head and neck, erased, of a 
sandy colour, bristled or, laying hold of a bro- 
ken spear, which is thrust through his neck 
or. 

BoRS, or BoKSF.Y, barry of six, or and sa. an 
iuescocheon erm. 

Borse, or Borscg, erm. two bars, and a canton, 

g"- 
BoRSELLE, sa. a fesse ivc. 
EoRSONT, [Hants,] ar. a fesse, betw. six martlets, 

gu- 

BORSTING, quarterly, ar. and gu. ou a bend az. 
three lions' heads, erased, or. 

BORTHICK, [Scotland, ]ar. an eagle's head, couped, 
betw. three cinquefoils, sa. 

Borthwic/c, [Scotland,] ar. an eagle's head, erased, 
betw. three cinquefoils, sa. — Crest, a withered 
rose-bush, sprouting anew out of the root. 

Borthwick, [Scotland,] ar. a gTitfin's head, couped, 
betw. three cinquefoils, pierced, sa. 

Borthwick, [Scotland,] ar. three cinquefoils 
sa. 

Borihunc/c, ar. a crescent, betw. three cinquefoils, 
sa. within a bordure erm. — Crest, a dexter hand, 
couped, apaumee, with an eye in the middle, 
ppr. _ 

Borthwick, ar. a heart gu. betw. three cinquefoils, 
sa. — Crest, an eagle, rising, ppr. 

BoRTON, [Stapleford,] ar. on a chev. eugT. betw. 
three boars' heads, coui)ed, sa. a plate. — Crest, 
a boar's head, couped, or, in his mouth a branch 
of laurel vert. 

Borton, sa. a chev. betw. tluee owls, ar. ducally 
crowned or. 

BoRTRAM, gu. a fesse or. 

BoRTRAUX, or, a hon vert. 

Bortreaux, chcquy, gu. and or, a bend vair. 

Bortereaitx, chequy, or and gu. on a chev. az. 
tliree horse-shoes ar. 

Bos AN, sa. two bird-bolts, in saltier, points down- 
wards, ar. 

BosANQUET, [Essex,] or, on a mount vert, 
a tree ppr. a cliief gu. charged with a crescent 
betw. t\so mullets ar. — Crest, a demi hon, ram- 
pant, couped, gu. [Borne by Samuel Bosan- 
quet, Esq. of Forest-House, Legion, Esse.v, 
1S2.1.] 

BoSARDE, ar. a fesse, betw. three bugle-horns 
unstrung, sa. 



BOS 

BoscoAN, vert, a bull ar. attired and uno^uled or, 

on a chief erin. a rose gii. 
/ioiffnetn, [Corinvali,] erni. arose ga. barbed vert. 

The ori^al crest, a falcon, close, ppr. The 

family have since bonio a boar, passnnt, gu. 

armed .and membcred or, which is the crest of 

Alhalanda. 
Bosch ALL, or Bosthall, sa. a chev. ar. and 

canton erm. (Another, tiie canton ar.) 
Bo.scoE, ii/. three pillars ar. oat of each a tuft of 

pass or. 
Bo.^KViLK, ar. a fesse, lor.enp^y, g:u. 
BoSFORD, or Besford, gu. a fesse, betw. six 

pears, or. 
BosGRAVE, ar. on a cross, engr. sa. a griffin, se- 

greaiit, of the first. — Crest, a boar's head, 

erased, ar. betw. two oak branches vert, fnicted 

or. 
BosiiF.Y, per fesse, embattled, ar. and erm. in 

chief three leopards' faces gu. 
Boshcij, or Boss/ie, erm. on a chief, embattled, gu. 

three leopards' faces or. 
BosiN', ar. two elephants' trunks,- rellexed, en- 
dorsed, gobony, or and gn. fixed upon a hairy 

scalp, with two eai-s, sa. 
BoSLEY, [Staft'ordshire,] ar. on a fesse, engr. 

betw. three cinquefoils, sa. three fleurs-de-lis of 

the field. 
BoSLiNTiiORP, or BoRELiNGTHORP, [Lmcoln- 

shire,] ar. a chev. gu. and chief, indented, 

sa. 
BosoGAST, [France,] az. three round hollowing 

hooks, in pale, the middle couiiterpointed, ar. 

handles or. 
BosOME, or BuSSUM, ar. three bird-bolts gu. 

feathered and headed or. 
Bosotiie, ar. three besoms g-u. 
Bosome, ar. three arrows, blunted, gu. 
Bosome, sa. three bird-bolts, iu saltier, ar. 
Bosome, [Cornwall,] az. three bird-bolts ar. 
Bosome, [Norfolk,] gu. three bird-bolts iU-. 
Bosujii, [Windley, Norfolk,] ar. three boars' heads, 

couped, az. — Crest, a talbot's head, erased, ar. 

eared and ducally crowned or. 
BosouN, ar. three torteauxes. 
BOSSARU, az. three covered cups ar. See Bus- 

SARD. 

BosSELL, ar. on a chief gu. three bezants. 
Bos.SEN_, or, three rhinocerotis (birds) heads, 

couped, sa. 
Bos.SNE, [Earl of Leicester,] ^i. a cinquefoil, 

pierced, erm. 
BossoN, ar. three pewterers' spoon-hammers, az. 

handles sa. 
Bossoii, [Leicestershire,] ar. three bird-bolts 

gu. 



B () S 

Bosson, Efu. three bird-bolts ar. 

Bosson, [Devon,] az. tiiree bird-bolt.s, in pale, 
ar. 

Bossu, g-u. a cinquefoil erm. 

BoSTALL, sa. a chev. ar. and a canton erm. 

BosTOCK, [Salop,] sa. a helmet ar.^ — Crest, a 
martlet ar. 

BosiocJc, [Abingdon, Berks,] quarterly ; first and 
fourth, sa. a helmet ar. ; second and third, sa. a 
fesse, hiimettec, ar. — Crest, au antelope ar. attired 
or. 

Bostnch, [Cheshire,] sa. a fesse, humettee, ar. 
(Another, adds a label of five points of the se- 
cond.) — Crest, on a stump of a tree, eradicated, 
ar. a bear's head, erased, sa. muzzled or. 
(Another crest, an antelope or.) 

Bostocke, [Cheshire,] sa. a hnmet ar. 

Boston, vert, a lion, rampant, ar. cro^vned 
or. 

BoSTREV, quarterly, ar. and gu. on a bend sa. 
three bezants. 

BosuSTO, [Cornwall,] az. three escallops ar. 

Bosusio, az. tliree escallops erm. 

BosviLL, [Staffordshire,] ar. five fusils, in fesse, 
gu. in chief three bears' heads, erased, sa. muz- 
zled of the field. 

Bosvill, [Wormsworth, Yorkshire,] ar. five fusils, 
in fesse, gu. iu chief three mullets sa. a crescent 
for difference. 

Bosvill, ar. five fusils, in fesse, ^. and in chief 
three leaves, .slipped, sa. 

Bosvill, ar. five fusils, in fesse, gu. iu chief three 
martlets sa. 

Bosvill, w. five fusils, in fesse, gu. in chief three 
escallops sa. 

Bosvile, or Bosville, ar. on a bend az. three mul- 
lets or. (Another, the mullets of six points.) 

Bosvile, ar. on a chev. az. three mullets or. 

Bosvile, ar. five fusils, iu fesse, gu. each charged 
with a martlet or, in chief three bears' heads, 
erased, sa. muzzled of the third. [Granted to 
Dr. William. Bosvill, June 10, 1G3S.] 

BoSAYELL, [Yorkshire.] The same as BosviLE 
last mentioned. 

Boswell, ar. a fesse, engr. gu. in chief three mul- 
lets sa. 

Bosuell, [Kent,] ar. five fusils, in fesse, gu. 

Bosuell, [Yorkshire,] ar. five fusils, in fesse, and 
three bears' heads, in chief, ei'ased, sa. — Crest, 
out of a wood ppr. a bull, passant, ar. 

Boswell, az. five fusils, in fesse, gii. in chief three 
griflins' heads, erased, sa. 

Boswell, [Yorkshire and Kent,] ar. five lozenges, 
in fesse, gu. and in chief three bears' heads, 
erased, sa. muzzled or. — Crest, a lion's 
head 



B O T 

Bosicell, [Scotland,] ar. on a fesse sa. tliree cinque- 
foils of the field. 
Bosicell, [Scotland.] The same, witliin a bordure 

gu. 
BoSWORTH, gu. a cross vair, betw. four annulets 

ar. 
liosv:orih, or, a lion, rampant, gv. collared ar. 
J50TAT0RT, [Norfolk,] or, a saltier, engr. sa. 

(Another, with a label of three points gu.) 
Botatort, erm. a saltier, engr. gu. 
Botatort, or Botetourt, or, three bends az. a can- 
ton ar. 
BoTEL.^N, or BoTELAND, gu. two bars erm. 
BoTKLEK, gu. a fesse, chequy, ar. and sa. two 

mullets in chief gu. 
Boleler, gu. a tesse, compony, ar. and sa. betw. 

six cross crosslets or. 
Boleler, [Salop,] gu. a fesse compony, or and sa. 

betw. six cross crosslets ar. 
Bolder, ar. a fesse, chequy, or and az. bet^v. six 

cross crosslets sa. [Granted, to Vt^ilUam Bote- 

kr, of Kyrlons, Bedfordshire, hij Robert Cook, 

Clareiicieux, May 8, 1585.] 
Boieler, [Woodhall, Hertfordshire,] gu. a fesse, 

chequy, or aiid sa. bet^v. six crosses pattee ar. 

— Crest, an arm, embowed, in armour, holding 

a sword ppr. 
Boleler, [Kent,] or, three escocheons sa. on each 

a covered cup or.-— Crest, a covered cup or, 

betw. a pair of wings, endorsed, the dexter ar. 

sinister az. 
Bottler, [Bedfordshire,] g-u. a fesse, counter-com- 

])0!iy, (another, chequy,) ar. and sa. betw. six 

crosses, forniec, fitchee, or. 
Boleler, ar. a fesse, betw. three escallops sa. 
Boleler, [Tesfon, Kent,] ar. on a chief sa. tluee 

covered cups or. 
Boleler, [Slu-opshlre,] gu. a fesse, chequy, ar. 

and sa. betw. ten cross crosslets or. (Another, 

six.) 
Boleler, gu. two bars erm. 
Botcler, gu. a fesse, betw. three covered cups, 

ar. 
Boleler, az. on a bend ar. three martlets gu. 
Boteler, [Loudon,] az. a chev. ar. betw. tliree 

standing cups or. 
Botcler, or Butler, [Lancashire,] az. a bend, betw. 

six cups, covered, or. 
Boteler, or, a chief, indented, az. (Another, 

ar.) 
Boteler, gu. a fesse, chequy, ar. and sa. betw. 

three crosses (lurtee, ar. 
Botcler, gu. a fesse, chequy, ar. and sa. in chief 

two mullets of the second. 
Boleler, gu. a fesse, chequy, or and az. betw. six 

cross crosslets ar. 



B O 1^ 

Boteler, [Essex,] ar. on a bend gu. three lozenges 

erm. 
Boteler, [liuncashire,] gu. a bend betw. three 

covered cups or. 
Boleler, gu. a fesse, componee, ar. and sa. betw. 

six cross crosslets, fitchee, ar. 
Boteler, [Sufiblk,] ar. three covered cups, in bend, 

betw. two cottises, sa. 
Boteler, [Coventry,] az. a fesse, betw. three cups, 

covered, or. 
Boleler, or, a chief, indented, az. a label ar. 

Boteler, three cups, covered, or. 

Boteler, az. a chev. betw. three cups, covered, 

or. 
Boteler, or, a chief, indented, az. 
Boteler, or, a chief, indented, az. wthin a bordure, 

engr. gu. 
Boteler, [Lord Dunblaine,] or, a chief, indented, 

az. over all, on a bend sa. three escallops 

ar. 
Boteler, or, on a chief, indented, az. three cups, 

covered, or. 
Boteler, erm. a saltier, engr. gu. 
Boteler, ar. on a bend gu. three chev. or. 
Boteler, az. on a fesse ar. betw. three cups, co- 
vered, or, tlu-ee birds sa. 
Boteler, gu. a fesse, componee, ar. and sa. betw. 

SLx cross crosslets, fitchee, or. 
Boteler, [Leicestershire,] gu. seraee de cross cross- 
lets or, a fesse, componee, ar. and sa. 
BoTELFORD, [Suffolk,] gu. three horses' heads, 

couped, in pale, ar. betw. two flaunches, erm. 
BoTELLE, ar. a fesse, betw. three escallops, sa. 
BoTER, gyronny of eight, erm. and gu. 
BoTEREAX, [Cornwall,] ar. three toads, erect, 

sa. 
BoTERELL, [Cornwall,] chequy. or and gu. on a 

chev. az. three horse-shoes of the first. 
Botercl, gu. seven bezants, on a canton ar. a 

c'uquefcil sa. 
Botlcrell, or Botriell, ar. aliou, rampant, sa. and 

chief gu. 
Bolterell, gu. ten bezants, four, three, two, and 

one, on a canton ar. an annulet, pierced, sa. 
Botrell, [Salop,] chequy, or and gu. on a chev. 

of the second, three fleurs-de-lis of the first. 
Boltrell, [Essex,] chequy, or and gu. a chev. az. 
BoTERELLS, [Devon.] The same. 
Boterells, chequy, or and gu. on a chev. az. tliree 

fleurs-de-lis or. 
BoTEFORD, [Devon,] ar. on a bend sa. three 

butterflies of the first. (Another, the field, or.) 
Boleford, [Devon,] ar. on a bend sa. three wa- 

ter-bougcts of the field. 
BoTERivER, ar. on a chief sa. tliree covered cups 



EOT 

BoTliRWiKE, ar. on a beud sa. tliree butterflies 

or. 
Boterivike, ar. on a bend vert, three butterflies of 

the field. 
Bolcrwike, ar. on a bend vert, three water-bougets 

of the field. 
lloleritnke, ar. on a bend az. three butterflies or. 
BoTiiSCilST, gu. two lions, passant, ar. cro^vned 

or. 
BoTnSHAM, ^vl. three plates. 
BoTEVlLE, alias Thynxe, [Salop,] barry often, 

or and sa. — Crest, a rein deer or. 
Bote.ville, barry of ten, or and sa. a label of five 

points az. 
Boteville, bendy of ten, or and sa. 
BoTFriT, sa. on a fesse vert, three lozenges, 

betvv. as many hart's heads, conped at tlie 

shoulder, ar. 
BoTFUST, [Suffolk,] ar. a lion, rampant, sa. 

(Another adds a label of tlirce points az.) 
BoTHALL, or, an orle az. 
Both AM, [York.shire,] ar. six pellets sa. 
Both ELL, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three (another, 

two,) blue-bottles ppr. stalked, vert. 
Bothell, ar. three towers, triple-towered, az. 
Bolhell, ar. a chev. gu betw. three garbs az. 
Bothell, or Bolcll, [Essex,] gu. a chev. betw. 

three combs ar. 
BoTHNELL, or, on a bend sa. three mullets 

ar. 
BoTiiOR, ar. an escarbuncle, staves florettee, sa. 
BoTHWELL, [Scotland,] az. on a chev. betw. 

three trefoils, slipped, or, a mullet gu. 
BoTiNGHAM, [Cornwall,] ar. three bendlets 

gu. 
BoTLESHAM, [Northumberhmd,] gu. three bud- 
bolts, in pale, ar. 
BoTOCKSiiEH, or BoTESiiED. See Bro- 

DOCK.SUAW. 

BoTTON, ar. a pale, wavy, sa. 

BoTKEUX, [Cornwall,] ar. a griffin, segrcant, gu. 
armed az. 

Botreux, chequy, or and gu. a bend vair. 

Botreux, chequy, or and gu. a bend vert. 

Botreux, or, a lion, rampant, vert. 

Botreux, paly, wavy, of six, or and gni. 

Botreux, or Botreanlx, [Devon,] chequy, or and 
gu. on a chev. az. three horse-shoes ar. 

Botreaux, [Cockerraouth, Cumberland,] ar. three 
toads, erect, sa. 

Botreaux, ar. a griffin, segreant, gu. membered, 
az. 

BoTEREULX, chequy, or and gu. abend az. 

BuTni.NGHAM, [Devon,] ar. three bendlets gu. 

Botringham, ar. an eagle, displayed, vert, mem- 
bered gu. crowned or. 



B O U 

BoTT, [Staflfordshire,] or, a chev. erm. betw. 

three mullets sa. pierced of the field. 
Bottle, vert, a harvest-bottle or. 
Boi'TKEY, [Suffolk,] az. on a chev. betw. three 

cross crosslets, fitchee, or, three boars' heads, 

couped, gu. 
BoT\ elIjAINE, ar. a fesse, betw. three crescents 



BouANT, ar. a chev. gu. within a bordure sa. be- 
zant 6e. 
BoUBRET, purp. a saltier, eugT. or. 
BoucEToR, erm. a saltier, engr. gu. 
Boucetor, erm. on a saltier, cngr. gu. a mullet 

or. 
BoucHE, or, on a cross sa. five escallop shells 
ar. — Crest, a saracen's head, couped at the 
shoulders, and full-faced, ppr. wreathed about 
the temples ar. and sa. 
Boucher, sa. a chev. erm. betw. three leopards, 
passant, guardant, or. — Crest, on a wreath, a 
greyhound, sejant, ar. collared and lined or. 
[Borne hj William Boucher, Esq. of Salisbury, 
1823.] A Subscriber. 
Bouchier, [Essex,] sa. three lions, passant, or. 
Bouchier, [Loudon, descended from Holland,] 
ar. on a mount, a tree, on the top an owl, 
ppr. in chief two mullets gu. — Crest, an owl 
ppr. 
Bouchier, [Little Stainbridge, Essex,] sa. three 
leopards, passant, in pale, or, spotted of the 
field —Crest, a greyhound, sejant, ar. ducJly 
gorged or. 
Botccher, [Lincolnshire,] sa. a chev. or, bet^v. 

three lamps ar. fire ppr. 
Bowcher, az. three water-bougets or. 
Bourcher. See Bourcfier. 
Bonrchier. See Bourchier. 
BouciiURTS, or, four chev. and a palet, con- 
joined, gu. 
BoiicnwiTZ, per pale, az. and gu. four chev. 

counterchaiiged. 
BoUG, or, a fret of six pieces sa. charged with 

cross crosslets ar. 

Bonge, [Thurcaston, Leicestershire,] or, on a 
fesse sa. tliree water-bougets ar. — Crest, a bat, 
displayed, ar. 

Boiif/e, ar. a fret sa. charged with cross 

crosslets, fitchee, ar. 
Bouglie, [Gloucester,] gu. a fesse vair, betw. three 

mullets ar. 
BoHGiiAN, [Lincolnshire,] az. on a bend ar. cot- 

tised or, three torteauxes. 
BoiiGUEY, [Cotton, Staflbrdshire,] ar. three 

stags' heads, cahossed, sa. 
BoUGHTELL, [Bodniyn, Cornwall,] per pale, 
gu. and sa. an estoile of eight points, issuant 



B O U 

from a crescent or. [Granted to Sir David 

Boughtell, of Bodmyn, Cornwall, 1(>0G.] 
BouGHTON, [La^rford, ^\'ar^vjt■ks!lirt^] s;i. tliree 

crescents or. — Crest, a lion's head, couped, 

or. 
Bouyhton, [I'ssex, 159."),] or. a chev. ermines, 

betw. three crosses, tonnee, fitchee, sa. 
Boughton, ar. on a chev. betw. three crosses, 

fitchee, sa. as many bncks' heads, cabossed, 

or. 
Boughlon, [Yorkshire,] ar. on a bend sa. three 

mai'tlets of the field. 
Bouyhlon, w. a chev sa. charged uith tliree bucks' 

heads, cabossed, or, on a chief gu. a goat, 

trippaut, of the field. 
Bouyhlon, ar. a chev. couped, ('«;(0^/((?r, indented,) 

betw. three crosses bottonec, fitchee, sa. 
Bouyhlon, [Warwickshire,] an. on a fesse, betw. 

three goats' heads, erased, ar. attired or, as 

many tleius-de-lis az. 
Bouyhlon, [Kent,] ar. a fesse, dancettee, betw. 

three cross crosslcts, sa. 
Bouyhlon, [Kent,] gu. a fesse, betw. three goats' 

heads, erased, ar. attired or. 
Bouyhlon, sa. three owls ar. armed or. 
Bouyhlon, [Kent,] ar. a fesse, indented, betw. 

tlu'ee cross crosslets sa. 
BoULSTiD, or 130LLSTRED, [Devonslurc.] See 

BULSTRODE. 

Boulter. See Boltkr. 

BouLTO?.;. See Bolton. 

BouM, or BowNE, or, a cross az. 

Bourne, sa. a chev. per pale, ar. and or, betw. 

three grifiius' heads, erased, ar. 
BoUN, gu. a crescent erm. and eight martlets, in 

orle, or. 
Bonn, or, on a bend az. three fleurs-de-lis of the 

field. 
BouNCETER, erm. a saltier, engr. gii. (Anollter 

adds a label of three points vert.) 
Bounccter, erm. a saltier, engr. gu. a mullet, 

or. 
BoUNTEN, [Scotland,] ar. three bounten-birds 

ppr. on a chief az. a sword, barways, of the 

first, hilt and j)omel or. 
BoUR,ar. on an incscocheon, hetw. eight martlets, 

in orle, gu. a crescent of the first. 
BoURCHER, [Worcester,] sa. a chev. erm. betw. 

tluree leopards, or. — Crest, on a mount vert, a 

grevhound ar. ducally gorged and lined or. 

[GJ-antoZloS7.] 
Bourchier, [lissex and London,] sa. a chev. erm. 

betw. three leopmds, passant, or. — Crest, a 

greyhound, sejant, ar. ducally gorged or. 
Bourchier, ar. a cross, engr. gu. betw. fourwater- 

bougets sa.— Crest, an old man's head, side- 



B O U 

faced, p])r. couped at the shoulders, habited 
vert, collared or, on his head a ducal coronet, 
gold, out of which a long cap hanging fonvard 
gu. tassellcdor. 

Bourchier, [London.] sa. a chev. erm. betw. three 
wolves or. 

Bourchier, [Essex,] sa. three leopards, passant, 
in pale, or, a crescent for difierence. 

Bourchier. sa. three leopards, in pale, or, spotted 
sa. — Crest, a greyhound, salient, or. 

Bourchier, ar. on a cross engr. gu. betw. four 
ogresses, a label az. fleury, or. 

Bourchier, az. a chev. betw. three martlets ar. 

Bourchier, ar. on a cro.>;s, engr. gu. betw. four 
ogresses, a label of five points az. 

BouRGKLAND, jjer bend, in point to the sinister 
az. and or. 

BOURDE. SeeBooRDE. 

BoURDEN, az. three hautboys, betw. as many 
cross crosslets, or. 

BouRDM.AN, sa. on a bend, cottiscd, ar. three 
mascles of the first. 

Bourdon, [Scotland,] az. a mound or, crossed 
gu. betw. two bourden-staves, (i.e. battle-axes,) 
paleways, ppr. — Crest, a lion, rampant, ar. 
holduig a battle-axe ppr. 

BouRGHDON, ar. three cinqirefoils sa. 

BouRGES. See Bubges. ■ • 

BouRGHOPE. The same as BuRHOP. 

Bouryhope, [Ireland,] paly of six, ar. and sa. on 
a bend gu. three escallops of the first. 

BouRGYLOUNE, quarterly, or and gu. a bend 
sa. in the second and third quarter a plate, 
pierced. 

Bouryylon, [Worcestershire,] quarterly, or and gu. 
on a bend sa. three annulets of the first. 

BoURKE, ar. a cross gu. in the dexter chief and 
sinister base quarters a lion, rampant, of the 
second, in the sinister chief an eagle, displayed, 
Anth two heads, sa. in the dexter base a dexter 
hand, couped at the wrist, of the second. — 
Crest, a lion, couchant, guardant, the tail issuing 
from betw. the hind legs or, charged on the 
shoulder v.\\\\ a fleur-de-lis az. [Granled to 
Micliael Boiirke, St. Andreivs, Holborn, Mid- 
dlesex, 1757.] 

Burlr, quarterly, or and sa. 

Burke, or, on a cross gu. a label az. 

Burke, quarterly, or and az. 

Burke, [Ireland,] ar. a cross gu. in the first quar- 
ter a i'on, rampant, sa. — Crest, a cat, sejant, 

Burke, or, on a cross gu. a fleur-de-lis of the 

first. 
Burke, or, on a cross gu. a fleur-de-lis or, in the 

first quarter a lion, rampant, sa. 

[ I' 3 



B O U 

BoURLVNET, gii. three inescocbcous ar. each 
cbarjijed v/ith as iiuiiiy maillets sa. (Another, 
martlet sa.) 

Biirltjnet. The same arms. 

BoUKTVNET, [Touniay,] gu. an inescocheou, 
betw. three martlets, ar. (Another, or.) 

BouHNE, [London,] ar. on a chcv. cugr. g-u. 
betw. three lions,, rampant, sa. three mascles 
or. — Crest, an arm, erect, issuing out of clouds 
ppr. vested or, cull' ar. in the hand p))r. a pheon 
sa. iield by the point. 

Bourne, [Yorkshire,] ar, a chev. gu. betw. three 
lions, rami>aut, sa. 

Bourne, [Chesterton, Oxfordshire,] ar. on a mount 
vert, standing on lour bars, wavj', in base, ar. 
and az. a tower, trijile-towered, gu. on a chief 
az. a sun, betw-. two estoiles, or. — Crest, a Pe- 
gasus, courant, with wiugs endorsed, gu. semee 
d'etoiles or, holding in the mouth a rose gu. 
stalked and leaved vert, seeded gold. 

Bourne, [Wells, Somersetshire,] ar. a chev. gu. 
betw. three Uons, rampant, sa. a chiel' ermines. 
— Crest, a demi tiger ar. mancd, tufted, and 
ai-med, sa. gorged with a collar ermines. 

Bourne, gu. a crescent erm. 

Bourne, [Loudon, 1570,] az. two lions, passant, 
in pale, ar. 

Bourne, ar. on a chcv. gu. tliree lions, rampant, 
or. 

Bourne,, erm. a bend az. 

Bourne, [Wells,] ar. a chev. gu.betw. three lions, 
rampant, sa. a chief erm. 

Boorne, ar. a cliev, cottised, gu. betw. three hons, 
rampant, sa. 

Boorne, [Devon,] ar. a fesse az. betw. two lions, 
passant, guardant, gu. 

Boorne, ar. a chev. chequy, or and gu. betw. three 
lions, rampant, sa. — Crest, out of a ducal coro- 
net,, a stag's head ar. 

Boorne, aw a chev. gu. betw. three lions, rampant, 
sa. 

Borne, [Kent,] erm. on a bend gu. three lions, 
reguardant, or. 

Borne, [Kent,] erm. on a bend az. three lions, 
passant, guardant, or.— Crest, a lion, sejaut, 
or, collared, az. resting the dexter paw on a 
pellet. 

Borne, az. six legs, couped per thigh, three, two, 
and one^ ar. (Another adds a bordure, engr. 
or.) 

Borne, ^^ a lion or, within a bordure, engr. of 
the second. 

Borne, [Worcestershire,] ar. on a chev. gu. betw. 
three lions, rampant, sa. as many mascles or. 

Borne, gu. a lion, rampant, or. 

Borne, erm. a beud az. 



BOW 

Borne, [London and Berks,] ar. a chev. betw. 

tliree lions, rampant, gu. a chief erm. 
Borne, ar. a chev. gii. betw. three Uons, rampant, 

sa. a chief erm. 
Borne, ar. a chev. sa. surmounted of another erm. 

betw, three chaplets of roses gu. seeded or. 
Borne, ar. ou a bend sa. three lions, passant, of 

the field. 

BOUUNELL. See BUHNELI.. 

BouRSAULT, [France,] ar. three rose-buds gu. 

leaved vert.. 
BOURTETORT, [Norfolk.] The same as BoTA- 

TORT. 

Bouletorefl, or Bouteiort, [Norfolk,] erm. a sal- 
tier, engr. gu. 

Bouletort, or, a saltier sa. 

Bouteiort, or, a saltier, engr. sa. 

Bouteiort, or, on a saltier, engr. sa. an annulet of 
the field. 

Bouteiort, or, a saltier, engr. sa. a label vert. 

BouTH, ar. three boiu-s' heads, erect and erased, 
sa. 

BoUTViLLEN, [Cumberland,] ar. a crescent gu. 

Bou\ERiE De, [Brabant, 1SD(\} gu. a bend 
vair. IThe cuuient arms of Bouverie.^ 

Boircerle, Des, per fesse, or and ar. an eagle, 
displayed, with two heads, sa. — Crest,, a denii 
eagle, displayed, with two heads, sa. gorged 
with a ducal coionet or, and charged on the 
breast with a cross crosslet ar. 

Bourerie, per fesse, or and ar. an eagle, di.=played, 
with f«'o heads, sa. charged on the breast with 
the ancient arms of Bouverie, viz. gru. a bend 
vair. [^Authorized by Sii/n Manual, 1708.] 

EoVELL, ar. a lion, rampant, within a bordure. 
engr. sa. 

Boa iLE, [Sufi'olk,] quarterly, or and sa. 

Bovile, ar. a chief or. 

Bovile, ar. a lion-, rampant,, sa. 

Bovile, or, a chev. gu. betw. nine (another, tluee) 
torteauxes, 

Bovile, ar. a lion, rampant, sa. within a bordure, 
engr. of the second. 

Bovile, gu. abend, Itevilled, or. 

Bo\EV,[Wordon- Abbey, Bedfordshire, and Stowe, 
Cambridgeshire,] vert, two bows, bent, pale- 
ways, in fesse, and three aiTov.s, conjoined, in 
base, one in pale, and two in saltier, and a chief, 
eiiibattled, all ar. — Crest, a lion's paw, erect 
and erased, per fesse, or and gu. holding a bow 
of the second, stringed of the first. [Granted 
1712.] 

Bovij, [Warwickshire,] vert, three bows,, strung, 
ar. 

BowATER, [London,] ar. on an inescocheon, sa. 
betw. tight martlets gu. a crescent ar. — Crest, 



BOW 

out of the clouds, a rainbo-H', all i)pr. [Heralds' 

Oflce, London, C. i-M.] 
BoWBRlUGE, bendy of six, cbainpiiirio, puqi. and 

ar. 
HowcEOUALT, ar. aji eaf^le imperial, sa. 
BoAVCiiER. See Bouctiikr and Boucher. 
BoWDEN, 0)- BoDON, [jMarburi;, Cliesliire,] 

quarterly, sa. and or, in the cliief dexter quar- 
ter, a lion, passant, of the se'cond. 
Bowden, quarterly, sa. and or, in t!io first quarter 

a lion, passant, ar. 
Bov:dcn, quarterly, sa. and ar. iu tiie first quarter 

a liou, passant, of the second. 
Bouden, [Oxfordsliire,] quarte)ly, ^. and ar. 

iu the first quarter a lion, passant, guEirdant, or. 
Bowden, ar. three teazels, slipped, ppr. 
Boivdtn, ar. a cltev. sa. betv,-. three teazels, slip])ed, 

■ p])r. 
Bovdon, quarterly, sa. and or, in tlie first quarter, 

a lion, passant, guardant, ar. 
Boivdon, quarterly, sa. and ar. in the first quarter 

a liou, passant, guardant, of the second. 
Bovv DITCH, [Bov.ditch, Dorsetshire,] an a fesse, 

wavy, betw. three bows, paleways, gu.- — Crest, 

.seven arrows or, barbed and feathered ar. six in 

saltier, and one in pale. 
]5owDLEfe'S, [Siiropshire,] ar. two ravens, in pale, 

BoAVELL, quarterly, ar. and sa. 

BowelJ, [Rushall, Staffordshire,] ar. a liou, rani- 
jiant, within a bordure, engr. sa. 

BoiL'dl, [Berry-Court, Hauts,] per fesse, ar. and 
pi. a lion, rampant, within a bordure, all coun- 
terchanged. — Crest, a lion's head, erased, barry 
of six, ar. and gii. [Granted to Nicholas 
Bowell, Esq. of Berry-Conrt, Hants, Decem- 
lerl'i, 1GG2.] 

Bow EN, az. a liou, rampant, within an orle of 
roses, or.— Crest, an arm, couped at the elboM" 
and erect, habited sa. cuff arm. holding in the 
hand ppr. a chaj)let of laurel vert. 

Bowen, ar. a stag, sejant, gu. attired or, in the 
mouth a ti'efoil, slipped, ppr. 

Bowen, [Kettle-IIill, and Swansea, Glamorgan- 
shire,] az. a stag ar. with an arrow stuck iii his 
back, and attired, or. 

Bowen, [Ijondon,] sa. on a chev. embattled, ar. 
betw. three tleurs-de-lis or, two lions, passant, 
couutcr-jjassant, gxi. 

Boir(ihen, Bowhen, or iJo!t7(c;/;i, sa. three garbs or. 

Boxvltan, az. three garbs or, banded gu. 

Boichan, az. on a bend ai'. betw. three lions or, a 
lozenge gu. 

BoA\ Eli, or BOOER, [London,] barry of six, or 
•TJul sa. a.s many escocheous erm. three, two, and 
one.- — Crest, a wolf's head, erased, erm. 



B O W 

Bower, or Boure, sa. a cross pattee ar. 

Bower, sa. a cinquefoil erm. in chief three talbots" 
heads, erased, or. 

Bower, [JDorset shire and Wiltshire,] az. on a sal- 
tier or, five trefoils, slipped, vert. 

Bower, or, a bend vair, betw. two cotfises sa. — 
Crest, a deuii moor ppr. holding a drawn bow 
aud arrow or. 

Bowei-, [Scotland,] vert, two bows, in full bend, 
paleways, ppr. stringed ar. betM". three shea\es 
of aiTOws, two in chief, and one in biise, of tlie 
second. 

Bower, vert, agarb, banded aud bowed in the head, 
ppr. 

Bowers, [Essex,] erm. on a chief, indented, sa. 
three (another, two) lions, rampant, or. 

Bovers, erm. a bend gu. 

Bowers, [Bishop of Chichester,] per pale, az. and 
gu. a dove ar. beaked aud membered or ; on a 
chief of the second, two lions, passant, sa. — 
Crest, a lion, ])assant, ar. collared and chained 
or, holding iu his dexter paw a bow, bent, or. 
striuged ar. 

BoWERMAN, or BoAVREMAN, [Wiltshire and 
Devou,] erm. on a bend, cottised, sa. three 
boars' heads, couped, or. — Crest, a goal's head, 
erased, or, the horns twisted or and sa. ("Another 
crest, a bull's head, erased, or, the horns tv/isted 
or and sa.) 

BoWERT, or BoWET, sa. a cross flory ar. 

Bo\A'r.RTON, or, on a cross az. five fleurs-de-lis 
of the field. 

BovVES, [Yorkshire and Durham,] erm. three 
long bows, bent, in pale, gu. striuged, or. — 
Crest, five arrows, four in saltier, aud one in 
pale, or, feathered and headed ar. tied iu the 
middle with a string az. (Another crest, two 
bundles of arrows, saltierways, flighted aud 
headed ppr. banded gu.) 

Bowes, ar. on a bend az. three griffins' heads, 
erased, of the field. 

Bowes, [Sir ]\]artiu. Lord IMayor of Loudon, 1545,] 
erm. three bows, in pale, gu. ou a chief az. a 
swiui ar. holding in the beak a dish with a covered 
cup in it, betw. two leopai'ds' heads, or. 

Boices, erm. three long bows, bent, in pale, gu. 

Bovxs, gu. two wings, inverted and conjoined, or. 

Bows, [Loudon,] erm. three bows, bent, in fesse, 
g\\. stringed sa. ou a chief az. a swan ppr. belw. 
two leopards' heads or. 

Bon-s, erm. three long bows, paleways, iu fesse, 
gx\. 

BoAVET, or Beave.T, [Yorkshue,] ar. three rein- 
deers' heads, cabossed, sa. — Crest, ou a cha- 
peau gu. turned up eriu. a leopard ar. ducally 
gorged or. 

[p2] 



B O W 

Bowilf, ar. tbree rein-deers' heads, cabossed, 
sa. 

BOWGIIEN, or Bo\Vi!i;YN, ? £, ,, 

BowHAN. -jSeeBov.hN. 

Bow IK, ar. on a bend sa. fliree buckles or. 

BoWKKLL, [Scotland,] ar. a chcv. vert, belw. 
three round buckles az. 

BowLAND, [London and Essex,] sa. an eagle, 
displayed, ar. beaked and lesjged gu.-— Crest, 
out of a ducal coronet, a hand and arm, couped 
at the elbow, in armour, or, holding; a sword ar. 
pomel or. {Another crest, the hand gras])ing a 
laurel branch, vert, with the sword.) 

Bowland, [London,] sa. two flaunches ar. three 
eagles, in fesse, counterchanged, betw. tour 
ogresses, (or torteauxes,) each charged with a 
cross jjattee, fitchee, or. 

Bowland, [London,] sa, two flaunches or, three 
eagles, displayed, counterchanged. 

Boland, [Devon,] az. three bird-bolts, or. 

Bolland, gu. on a iesse eriu. betw. three bezants, 
as many pegs sa. — Crest, an eagle's head, erased, 
ppr, gorged with a colJai" erm. holdhig in the 
beak a peg, as iu the arms. [Borne hy John 
Bolland, Esq. of Clapham, Surreij.] 

BoWLiiY, az. three mallets or. — Crest, a calhariue 
wheel or. 

Bowi.i:, ar. a chev. betw. three bitterns' heads, 
erased, sa. 

Bollc, alias Bolles, az. out of tliree bowls, (or 
dishes,) or, as many boars' heads, coujied, ar. 
[G)-anted to Willi'aM BoUe, abas Bolles, of 
Osharion, Notts, July 10, 1575.] 

Bolle, alias Bolles, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three mul- 
lets sa. on a chief az. a lion's liead, erased, l>etw. 
two lozenges, or. [Granted to William Bolle, 
alias Bolles, of Worthin, in Suffolk, 15:28.] 

BoWLi:s, or Boavj^des, [Herefordshire and 
Hertfordshire,] ar. on a chev. betw. tluee boars' 
heads sa. armed or, three escallop shells of the 
third. 

Bowles, [Loudon,] sa. within three standing cups 
or, as many boars' heads ar.— Crest, out of a 
ducal coronet or, a grltlin's head sa. beaked or, 
betw. two wings of the last. 

Bowles, Books, or Bolles, [Suffolk and Stafford- 
shire,] ar. a chev. gu. betw. three mullets sa. on 
a chief of the third, a lion's head, erased, and 
two lozenges, or. 

Bowles, [London,] az. three cujjs or, out of each 
a boar's head, erect, ar. — Crest, a buck's head, 
ar. attired, or. [Heralds' Office, M. S. Vin- 
cent, No. 154.] 

Bowles, [Gosb(>rkirk, Lincolnsliire,] az. three 
standing- bowls ar. out of each a boar's iiead or. 
— Crest, a denii boar az. armed, hoofed, and 



B O \\ 

bristled, or, pierced through the chest with an 
arrow or, headed ar. 

Bowles, [Herts and Herefordshire,] ar. on a chev. 
betw. three boars' heads sa. as many escallop 
shells or, Avithin a bordure vert, bezantee. — 
Crest, on a ducal coronet or, a boars head, 
couped, sa. betw. two wings gu. billettee or. 

Bowles, or Boles, gu. two wings, displayed, or. 

Bov-lcs, [Herts,] ar. a chev. betw. three boars' 
heads sa. on a chief of the second, three escal- 
lops or, within a bordure vert, (another, az.) be- 
zantee. — Crest, on a ducal coronet, a boar's head 
ar. betw. two wings gu. in the mouth a bezant. 

Boides, ar. on a chev. betw. three boar's heads gu. 
as many escallops or, Avithin a bordure of the 
second, bezantee. 

Bowles, per pale, indented, gu. and az. three cups, 
two and one, ai'. in each a boar's head, erect, 
or. — Crest, a demi boar, erect, erminois, the 
sinister shoulder pierced vith an arrow ar. 
[Granted, 1796, to John Bowles, of the Inner 
Temple, Esrj. and to the descendants of his late 
Father, John Bowles, Esq. Borne hij Henry 
Caring ton. Bowles, Esq. F.S.A. of Myddcl ton- 
House, Enfield.] A Subscriber. " See Plate of 
Arms. 

Bolles, [Scamptcn, Lincoln,] az. three cups or, 
out of each a boar's head, erect, ar. 

Bolles, [Middlesex.] The same. 

Bolles, [Sir George, Lord Mayor of London, 
1(317,] az. three cups or, in each a boar's head 
ar. in chief a fleiu-de-lis of the second. 

BOLLYS, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three mullets sa. 
on a chief of the second, a hou's head, erased, 
betw. two lozenges or. 

Bowler, [Bowler, Wilts,] ar. two birds, iu pale, 
sa. beaked and legged, gu. 

Bolder, gu. a fesse, chequy, or and sa. betw. two 
crosses pattee of the second. 

Bolder, ar. two bends gu. a chief sa. 

Bonder, ar. on a fesse, chequy, or and gu. betw. 

three cross crosslets sa. as many annulets 

— Crest, a boar's head, couped at the neck, per 
pale, az. and gu. bezantee. 

BoAVMAN, [Hethleton, Dorsetshire,] or, a chev. 
betw. three bows, bent, in pale, gu. — Crest, on 
a staff ragided, couped and erect, ar. a (piiver 
(or case) of arrows gu. the heads ar. buckled 
on the staff Avith a belt sa. 

Boianan, [Wessingset, Norfolk,] ar. three bird- 
bolts g-u. headed or, and feathered of the first. 
— Crest, a sword, erect, ar. hilt and ])omcl or, 
on each side of the blade a demi annulet, indented 
on the outside, or, the half on the dexter near 
the point, the other near the hilt. 

Bowman, ar. a pale champaine vert. 



B O W 

Bowman, alias Boynum, ar. a boy's head ppr. 
ciint'cl, or, couped below the shoulders, clothed 
t;u. garnished or. 

HowNK, or JjOWYN, az. a cross or. 

Boicnc, gii. a crescent erm. within an orle of mart- 
lets or. 

Bowne, gu. three crescents ar. 

Bourne, [Herts,] az. on a bend ar. cottised or, 
betw. six lions, rampant, of the last, a inasclegi-i. 

Botcnc, g-«. a ciuquefoil erm. within an orle of 
martlets or. 

BowNKS, ar. a fesse, betw. three fusils, az. 

iJowRi:, [Dunhead, St. Andrew's, Dorset,] sa. 
three talbols' heads, erased, iJi chief, ar. — 
Crest, a talbot's head sa. 

BoWKES, erm. on a chief, indented, gu. tv/o 
lions, rampant, or. 

BoWRiNG, per pale, az. and sa. three chev. or. 

BoWRMKLL, barry of six, az. and ar. a bend gu. 

BoWRNi!, gu. a lion, rampant, within a bordure, 
engT. or. 

Bowser, [Kent,] ar. a cross cngr. gu. betw. four 
water-bougets, sa. within a bordure, counter- 
changed, or and gu. 

Bovscer, [Gloucester, IGOG,] erm. a cross, chequy, 
or and gu. betw. four water-bougets of the third. 
— Crest, a demi talbot gu, gorged with a collar, 
checjuy, or and az. charged on the body with 
three guttees d'or. 

BowSTocK, ar. two ragged staves, couped at the 
ends, imbowed one to the other, sa. 

BoWTHKY, ar. on a canton sa. a lion's gamb, 
erased,, in bend, ar. 

Bmclhchy, ar. on a canton sa. a lion's ganib, erased, 
in bend, or. 

Bowvkr, [London,] or, a bend, vair, cottised, 
sa.— Crest, an eagle, with wings endorsed, or, 
beak and legs sa. 

Bowi/er, [Deuhani, Bucks,] or, a bend, vair, 
betw. two cottises gu. — Crest, a falcon, rising, 
ppr. belled or. 

Bowyer, [Camberwell, Surrey,] or, a bend, vair, 
cottised sa. (Another, gu.) — Crest, on a ducal 
coronet or, a tiger, sejant, ar. 

Bowyer, [Knipersiey, Staflbrdshire, 1574,] ar. a 
hon, rampant, betw. three cross crosslets, fitchee, 
gu. (Another, the lion sa.)— Crest, out of a 
tower gu, a demi dragon, rampant, -or. 

Bowyer, az. on a saltier, engr. ar. five trefoils, 
slipped, vert. 

Boioyer, [Charlwood, Surrey, and London,] The 
same as BowTer, of Camberwell.]— Crest, an 
arm, couped at the elbow, and erect, habited 
g^i- charged with three bends, and cuffed, or, 
hohliuo- in the hand ppr. a dragon's head, era- 
sed . . ,...,.., 



BOX 

Bowyer, az. on a saltier or, five trefoils, slipped, 
vert. 

Bowyer, [Sussex and Lincolnshire,] or, a be/id 
vair, cottised, sa.— Crest, a demi man, shootirii;- 
an iu-row from a bow. (Another crest, on a 
tower gu. a demi dragon or.) 

Bowyer, [Lincoln, 157tl.] Same arms. — Crest, 
out of the top of a castle gu. a demi griffin 
issuaut or. 

Bowyer, ar. a Hon, rampant, betw. three cross 
crosslets gu. on a canton az. a garb or. — Crest, 
on a mount vert, a tower, triple towered, gu. 
thereon a demi dragon or. 

Bowyer, [Leighthorne, Sussex.] The same as 
Bowyer, of Denham. 

Bowyer, [Sir AVilliam, Lord Slayer of London, 
15-13,] vert, on a chev. betw. three lions' heads, 
erased, or, as many trefoils, sHpped, of the 
field ; on a chief barry wavy az. and ar. an an- 
chor, betw. two frets, of the second. 

Box, [Oxfordshire,] az. a lion, passant, betw. 
three gi-iflins' heads, erased, or. — Crest, an 
arm, couped at the elbow, lying fessways, ha- 
bited gu. cufl' ar. holding erect in the hand ppr. 
a branch of box vert, at the elbow another 
branch of box, erect, vert. 

Box, [London,] az. a lion, passant, guardant, ar. 
betw. three griffins' heads, erased, or. — Crest, 
a demi griffin or, winged ar. holding in the 
claws a fire-ball ppr. 

Box, or, six lions, rampant, gu. three, two, and 
one, over all, a bend ur. 

Box, [Sussex,] or, a bend az. betw. six lions, 
- rampant, gu. 

Box, gu. a bend ar. betw. six lions, rampant, or. 

Box, [Rydwell,] gu. three trefoils, or. 

BOXHULL, or BoXMELL, [Sussex,] or, a lion, 
rampant, az. fretty ar. 

BoxSTKAD, quarterly, ar. and gu. on a bend sa. 
three eagles, displayed, or. 

Boxsted, quarterly, ar. and gu. on a bend sa. five 
bezants. 

Boxsted, gyronny of eight, ar. and gu. a bend sa. 
bezanlee. 

Boxsted, [Essex,] quarterly, ar. and gu. on a bend 
sa. three eagles, displayed, or. 

BoXTiM'.LL, ar. a box-tree, containing three 
heights of branches, leaves growing pyramidwisc, 
vert, the body couped above the root, environed 
with a serpent, the head and tail extended az. 

BoxuLL, or, a lion, rampant, az. fretty, ar. 

BoxwELL, ar. six annulets sa. within a bordure, 
engr. gu. 

Box^YOKT^^, [Cambridgeshire,] gu. a lion, ram- 
pant, or, collared of the field. 

Boxworih, gnj. a lion, rampant, ar. cottised gu. 



BOY 

BoxivorlJi, [Cambrklg:eshire,] or, a lion, rampant, 
giiardant, gu. collarod ar. 

BoxwKKV. The same. 

Boy, ar. two bars and a cantou, sa. 

BoYES, [Scotland,] ar. a salrier and chief, az. 

Boyes, ar. a cliev. sa. betw. three acorns gu. 

Boijs, ar. fretty gu. 

Boys, [Lincolnshire,] ar. two bars and a cantou, g-u. 
— Crest, a stag's head ar. attired gu. betw. the 
attire a mound or. 

Boys, [Botshauger, Kent,] or, a grlflin, segreaut, 
jier fesse a?., aud sa. within a bordure gu. — 
Crest, a demi lion ar. ducally crowned or. 

Boys, [FredvilUn Noniugton, Kent.] 'J1ie same. 

Boys, [ITawkhurst, Kent.] Tlie same. 

Boys, [Bucks and Kent,] ar. a chev. v,itliin a bor- 
dure, sa. bezantee. 

Boys, [Somersetshire,] ar. on a chev. gu. betw. 
three trees, erased, vert, as many bezants. 

Boys, [Kent,] or, a griffin, segreant, sa. within a 
bordure gu. — Crest, on a chapeau, az. turned up 
crm. a demi lion ar. crowned or. 

Boys, [Liucolnsliire,] ar. two bars aud a cantou sa. 

Boys, sa. guttee d'eau. 

Boys, ar. on a mount in base vert, the body of a 
tree sa. branched and leaved ppr. betv,-. two 
lions, rampant, combatant, gu. 

Boys, [Devon,] ar. a chev. gu. betw. tluee oak 
trees, fructed, ppr. 

Boys, [Kent,] or, a griffin segreaut, per fesse, az. 
aud sa. within a bordure gu. chai'ged with crosses 
formee, intermixed with acorns, of the field. 

Boys, [Lincolushii-e,] or, two bars aud a canton, 
gu. 

Boys, [Suffolk,] erm. a cross sa. 

Boys, [Hostou, Norfolk,] ar. two bars and a can- 
ton {or quarter) gu. over all a beud sa. — Crest, 
an owl, ar. ducally crowned or, sitting in a holly- 
bush vert. 

Boys, [Lincolnshire,] ar. two bars, aud a canton, 

Boys, ar. a chev. sa. betw. three acorns gu. 
Boys, [Bucks,] ar. on a chev. sa. five bezants. 
Boys, or Boyas, [London,] paly of six, or aud gu. 

on a cliief of the second, three escallops of the 

first. 
Boys, [Suffolk,] erm. a cross gu. 
Boys, ar. two bars, and a cantou, gu. charged with 

a m\dlet ar. 
Boyes, [Cloybrooke, Leicestershire,] ar. two bars, 

and a canton, g'xi. charged with a liun, passant, 

ar. 
Boyes, erm. two bars, and a canton, gu. 
Boyes, Ea. freHy ar. an inescocheou gu. 
Boyes, ar. a chev. sa. betw. three acorns ppr. 
Bov.vXE, ar. a lion rainpaut, betw. three cross 



BOY 

crosslets, fitchee, gu. on a canton az. a garb 

or. 
Boy CO AT, or ]3oDYtOAT, gu.on a chief ar. three 

lire-balls ppr. — Crest, an arm, coriped at the 

elbow, in armour, in the hand a fire-ball, all ppr. 
Bo"\ coTT, [Iludge, Salop.] The same arms. 
BoYDE, az. a fesse, chequy, or and gu. in ch.ief 

three mullets, in base a crescent, or. — Crest, a 

phune of three feathers sa. 
Boyde, [Scotland,] az. a fesse, chequy, ar. and gu. 

— Crest, a hand issuing out of a wreath, jjointing 

with the thumb and two fingers. Supporters, 

two squinels collared or. 
Boyde, [Scotland,] az. a fesse, chequy, ar. and gu. 

in base a cross moline or. — Crest, a cross mo- 
line sa. 
Boyde, [Scotland,] az. a fesse, chequy, ar. andgu. 

within a bordure or. — Crest, a hand, couped, 

pointing two fingers to the sun in the heavens, 

ppr. 
Boyde, az. a fesse, chequy, ar. and gu. betw. two 

cross crosslets, fitchee, in chief, aud as many 

stars in base, of the second. — Crest, a sun-dial. 
Boyde, az. a fesse, chequy, ;ir. and gn. betw. three 

roses in chief, aud a crescent in base, of the 

second. 
BoydelIj, ar. on a fesse az. three mullets or, 

pierced sa. 
BoydcU, [Cheshire,] ar. three torteauxes, betw. 

two bendlets gu. a chief sa. 
BoydcU, vert, a cross pattee or. 
Boydell, ar. on a fesse, engr. az. three mullets of 

(he field. 
Boydell, vert, a cross flory or. 
Boydell, or Boydel, [Clieshire,] ^'ert, a cross pa- 

touco or. 
BOYLANI), [Suffolk,] quarterly; first and fourth, 

az. a lion, rampant, ar. and beud gu.; second 

and third, sa. an eagle, displayed, ar. 
Boyland, [NorfoUc aud Suffolk,] az. a saltier, engr. 

or. 
Boyland, gu. three saltorels ar. 
Boyland, [Suffolk,] ar. an eagle, displayed, sa. 

menibered gu. 
Boyland, sa. an eagle, displayed, ar. armed gu. 
Boyle, [Middlesex,] per bend, embattled, ar. and 

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

head, erased, ])er i)ale, embattled, ar. aud gu. 
Boyle, [Ireland,] two coats, quarterly; first aud 

fourth or, a bend, voided, az. ; second and third, 

ar. a chough ppr. 
Boyle, [ler bend, crenelle, gu. and ar. [Granted 
to Stephen Boyle, of Kcntislt-Toirn, Middlesex, 

'2Uh January, 15Gt>.] 
Boyle, per f<?sse, crenelle, gu. aud ar. 
Boykj [Hay-castle, Herefordshire,] per bend. 



BOY 

crenelle, ar. and gu. a crescent for difference.— 

Crest, a lion's head, erased, per pale, crenellec, 

ar. and gu. 
Bo^LSTON', gu. six cross crosslcts, fitcliee, ar. 

three, two,, and one, on a chief or, three pellets. 
]>ovLT' V, [IJucks,] ar. a chev. sa. within ahordure 

of the second, bezantee. 
Boyley, per bend, sinister, embattled, gii. and 

ar. 
Bo^iMAX, alias I»o^VMA^', ar. a boy's head ppr. 

crincd or, couped below the shoulders, clothed 

gu. garnished gold. 
Boipncn, Boynam, Bonluim, or Boynan, or, on a 

cross sa. five bulls' heads, cnbossed, ar. 
Boymen, or, on a cross sa. five bulls' heads ar. on 

a chief gu. a goat of ilie third. 
Boynam, ar. on a cross sa. five bulls' heads of the 

field. 
BovNTLL, gii. four bendlets ar. 
Boynelly or, four Ijendlets sa. 
Boynell, [Rutlandshire,] gu. a fesse or, betw. tliree 

saltorels ar. 
BovNLKY, [Rutlandshire,] ar. three saltorels gu. 
BovNTON, [Braniston, Yorkshire,] or, a fesse, 

betw. three crescents, gu. 
Boynton, or Bonton, or, a Hon, rampant, az. 
Boj/nlo}i, or Bovyton, [Suffolk,] az. six escallop- 
shells or, three, two, and one. 
Boynton, [Yorksliire,] gu. a fesse, betw. tliree 

crescents, or. 
Boynton^ or, on a fesse, betw. three crescents, gu. 

a lion, passant, of the first. 
Boynton, or, on a cross sa. five bulls' heads, ca- 

bossed, ar. 
BovoN, or, a bull, passant, gu. 
BoYPSTED, [Essex,] quarterly; ar.-aud gu. on a 

bend sa. four bezants. 
Boys. See Boyes. 
BoYSiiELE^', erm. on a chief gu. three leopas'ds' 

faces or. 
BoYSH.L, or BoYSHiLL, ar. on a fesse,. engr. 

betw. three ciiiquefoils, sa. as many fleurs-de-lis 

or. 
BoYSY, ar. two bars, and a quarter, gii. 
BoYTON, [Sn.ssex,] az. six escallops or, tliree, 

two, and one, 
Boyton, az. an escallop or. 
Boyton, az. an escallop ar. 
iioyton, [Boyton-eiid, Norfolk,] az. on a fesse 

dancettee (anotlicr wavy) betw. six cross cross- 
lets, fitchee, or, three escallops sa. 
Boyion, [Walden, Essex.] The same, the es- 
callops being' gu. 
Boyton, sa. a fesse, betvf. tln-ee ostriches, ar. 

membered gu. 
lioylon, ar, a fesse sa. fretty or. 



BRA 

BoYTONG, az. three dolphins, imbowed, two hau- 

rient, the other naiant, 

BoYVELL, or BoYVi'ELL, gu. a fes.se or, betw. 

three saltiers ar. 
Boyiill, quarterly, or and sa. 
Boyvi/i, [Suflblk,] quarterly, or and sa. in the first 

quarter a lion, passant, gu, 
Boyvill, sa. a chief or. 
Boyvill, [Leicestershire,] gu. a fesse or, betw. 

three saltiers ar. 
Boyvill, gu. three bendlets, ar. 
Boyvill, gu. a fesse, engr. or, betw. three saltiers, 

ar. 
Boyvill, ar. a chev. betw. three bulls' heads, ca- 

bossed, sa. 
Boyvill, [Northaniptonsliire and Rutlandshire,] gu. 

three crosses, humettee, ar. 
Boyville, gu. four bendlets ar. 
Boycille. De, az. an eagle, displayed, with two 

head.s, or.— Crest, a demi eagle, displayed, with 

two heads, or. 
-BofreVe, [Stokerston, Leicestershire, 32 Edward I.] 

gu. a fesse or, betw, three saltiers, ar. 
Bo^WARi;n, or, a lion, rampant, gu. collared, ar. 
Bo-i ZEEL, ar. three torteauxes. 
Boyzle, [Lincolnshire.] The same. 
]]ozfiN, ar. three bii-d-bolts gu. 
Bozon, gu. three bird-bolts, ar. 
Boron, az. three bolts, in pale, ar. 
BliAiiAN, or Bradaxt, ar. on a fesse, luunettee, 

az. three leopard.s' heads or. 
Brabant, ar. on a fesse, humettee, gu. three roses, 

Brahanl, ar. on a fesse, humettee, gu. three roses, 
or, o\er all a bend sa. 

Brabant, ar. on a fesse, humettee, gu. a leopard'.? 
head or. 

Brabant, [Devon,] ar. on a fesse, gu. three leo- 
pards' faces or. 

Brabant, ar. a fesse, humettee,. gu. in chief, 
tluee leopards' faces of the second. 

Brabant, [Devon,] ar. on a fesse, gu. three leo- 
pard.s' faces of the field. 

Brabant, or, three pales gu. 

Brabant, ar.,on a fesse, humettee, gu. three leo- 
pards' faces or, over all a ribbon sa. 

Brabant, or, a lion rampant az. 

Bra]!AZON, [Leicester,] gu. on abend or, three 
martlets sa. — Crest, on a mount vert, a falcon, 
volant, or. 

Brabazon, gu. on a bend or, three mullets az. 

Brabazon, or Brabasson, gu. on a bend or, three 
Cornish choughs ])])r. 

JSrci(720H, [Leicestershire,] gu. on abeiul ar. three 
martlets sa. 

Brabazon, gu, on a bend ar. three mullets az. 



BRA 

Brabazdn, g\\. on a bend or, three mullets sa. 
liRAKON, or Urahouunr, [Ivondon and Devon, 
2d jNIiiy, I(J"2J),] ar. on a fessc, humettce, cju. 
three leopards' laces or. — Crest, a mewed hav k 
ppr. arrned az. jessed and belled or [Heralds' 
Office, Undon,'C. 2-1.] 

BuAisoucH, or Brukoi'Cii, or, billettee, a lion, 
rampant, sa. 

BUACCIANO, [Rome,] quarterly; lirst and fourth, 
<:u. on a bend ar. three quaterfoils vert ; second 
and third, az. a comet, in bend .sinister, ppr. — 
Cre.st, on a ducal coronet, an eagle, displayed, 
sa. gazing at a comet to the sinister, ppr. 
(Another cresi, a dexter arm, habited az. cufr 
ar. holding a sprig of roses, ppr.) 

Braci:, [Worcester,] sa. a bend, betvv. two hands 
and arms, couped ot the elbows, ar. habited in 
mail ppr. — Crest, an arm, embowed, habited in 
mail, holding in the hand, all ppr. a sword ar. 
Lilt or. 

Brace, sa. a bend ar. bctw. three dexter hands, 
couped, ppr. 

Bracebruige, ar. a fesse gu. cottised, wavy, sa. 

Brucehridge, vaire, ar. and sa. a bend gu. 

Bnicehridye, [Suffolk,] vaire, ar. and sa. a fesse 
gu. — Crest, on a mount vert, a wolf, passant, ar. 

Bracehridc/c, or, a cross az. 

Bracehridge, ar. a cross flory gu. 

Bracebridge, barry, uebulee of six, ar. and sa. a 
fesse gu. 

Bracebridge, or Brasbridge, [Lincolnshire,] vair, 
a fesse gu. — Crest, a stump of a tree ppr. ra- 
guled or. 

Brasbridge, [Warwickshire,] vaire, ar. and sa. a 
fesse gu. — Crest, a staff, raguly, ar. 

Brasebridge, or, three chev. fretted in base, sa. 

Braceburv, or, a cross az. 

Bracegirdle, az. two chev. arched, couched, 
and fretted, ar. 

Bracegirdle, [Biacegirdle - Green, Cheshire.] — 
Crest, two angers, erect, and indorsed, con- 
joined with a girdle, gu. 

Bracer, gu. six annulets embraced two, tvi-o, 
and two, or. 

Bracey, or Brassy, sa. a bend, betw. two 
dexter hands, ar. 

Bracey, g-u. a fesse or, in chief two mullets ar. 

Brncy, quarterly, indented, sa. and ar. 

Bracy, quarterly, indented, ar. and sa. on the 
second quarter a swan ])pr. 

Bracy, gu. a fesse, in chief two mullets, pierced ar. 

Bracy, gu. a fesse ar. in chief two mullets with 

six points or. 
Bracy, ar. on a chief gu. three mullets, and a 

label, ar. 
Bracy, gu. a fesse, and two mullets in chief, ar. 



BRA 

Bracy, quarterly, per fesse indented, sa. and 
ar. 

Bracy, gu. a fesse ar. in chief two mullets or. 

Brackinton, quarterly, per fesse mdentcd, ar. 
and gu. four amudets counterchanged. 

Bracklev, or Brakeey, cheeky, arm. and gu. 
on a bend az. three mullets or. 

Brackton, az. three mullets or, a chief, inden- 
ted, enn. 

Braclii FE, or BrearclifI'E, az. three cross 
crosslets sa. a chief, indented, gu. 

Braconbridg, ar. a cross pattee, voided, gu. 

Brad, [Wrongle, Lincolnshire,] gu. three garbs 
ar. within a bordure, engr. of the second. 

Bradborne, or BRAPRtiRNE, [Derbyshire,] 
ar. three pales az. a chief gu. 

Bradhorne, ar. on a bend gu. three mullets or. 

Bradbourne, ar. tlu-ee pales az. on a chief gu. as 
many cross crosslets, fitchee, or. 

Bradbourne, [Derbyshire,] ar. on a bend gu. cot- 
tised sa. three midlets, pierced, or. 

Bradburne, [Bradburne and Loudon,] ar. on a 
bend gu. three mullets or. — Crest, a pine-tree 
vert, fructed ppr. 

BRADBRIDG, BREDBRIDGE, a/if/BRODBRIDGE, 

az. a pheon ar. — Crest, a leopard's head, erased, 
ar. pellettee, ducally gorged or, betw. two spears 
ppr. headed ar. 

Bradbridg, per fesse, sa. and az. a fessc dancct- 
tee ar. 

Bradbury, [Derbyshire and London,] sa. a 
chev. erni. betw. three buckles ar. a fleur-de-lis 
or, for difference. 

Bradbury, [Essex and Suffolk,] sa. a chev. erm. 
betw. three round buckles ar. the tongues hang- 
ing downwards. 

Bradbury, [Sir Thomas, Lord ]\Iayor of London, 
1509,] quarterly ; first and fourth, sa. .a chev. 
erm. betw. three round buckles, tongues pen- 
dent, ar. ; second and third, ar. a chev. betw. 
three chess rooks, sa. 

Braddeler, az. a bend, invecked, or. 

Bradden, [Northumberland,] sa. a bend engr.;ir. 

Bradden, ar. a bend, engr. sa. 

Bruddene, [Northamptonshire.] The same. 

Braddoc.k, sa. a bend, engr. ar. in the sinister 
chief, an eagle, displayed, or. 

Braddocke, [Abbaston, AVarwicksbire,] ar. a 
greyhound, courant, within a bordiu-e, engr. sa. 

Braduon, sa. a bend fusilly ar. 

Bradeli.e, ar. a fesse gu. betw. three buckles 
vert. 

Bradeller, or, a fesse gu. betw. three buckles 
^ert. 

Bradenham, [Kent,] az. a fesse or, betw. three 
chess rooks ar. 



BRA 

BradenS, or Braddenk, [Hutluudshire,] sa. a 

bend, engr. ar. 
IJradkSI-ey', {)er pale, or and sa. a chev. hetw. 

lliree escallops, all couiitcrcliaiiged. 
Bradesley, az. a chev. betw. three martlets or. 
BUADESTON. See IJrauston. 
Bhadfield, [Norfolk,] ar. across, cbequy, or 

and az. betw. four mullets of the second. 
Bradfield, ar. on a bend az. three lleurs-de-lis 

or. 
Bradfield, [Norfolk,] az. a cross, chequ}', or and 

az. betw. four annulets of the second. 
Brahkokd, [Yorkshire,] ar. on a fcsse sa. three 

stags' heads, erased, or. 
Bradford, gu. a lion, rampant, erm. 
Bradford, [Yorkshire,] ar. a chev. bct\y. three 

Inigle-horns, sa. 
Bradford, [Devonsliire and Cheshire,] sa. a cross, 

engr. ar. 
Bradford, ar. a cross gn. betv;. four mullets az. 
Bradford, [Yorkshire,] ar. a \\ olf's head, erased, 

betw. three bugle-horns sa. — Crest, a peacock's 

head ppr. in the mouth a snake, entwined round 

his neck, vert. 
Bradford, or, on a fesse sa. three goats' heads, 

erased, of the field. 
Bradford, ar. three bugle-horns sa. stringed or. 
Bradford, w. on a fesse sa. tliree goats' heads, 

erased, or. 
Bradford, ar. on a fesse sa. three stags' heads, 

erased, or. 
Bradgate, [Leicestershire,] ar. a bend mascle, 

betw. two lions, passant, guardant, gu. — Crest, 

an arm, in armour ppr. banded with a ribbon 

vert, couped below the elbow, bendways, the 

hand also ppr. gi-asping the upper part of a 

broken lance gu. point downwards ar. 
Bradges, [Kent,] ar. a fesse, chequy, or and gu. 

in chief three crosses bottonce of the third. 
Braduull, [BrockhuU, Lancashire,] ar. a cross, 

lozeugy, vert; over all a bend, gobonee, erm. 

and az. — Crest, a badger, passant, or. 
Braijdvi,e, [Cumberliind.] The same arms and 

crest. [Borne by WUson Braddijle, Esq. of 

Conishead' Priory, ISIO ] 
Braijle^', sa. a fesse, engr. betw. three crosses 

for.mee, fitchee, ar. all vvitliin a bordure, also 

engr. of the last. 
Bradley, [Bethom, Lancashire,] sa. a fesse engr. 

and in chief a mullet, betw, two crosses forniee, 

fitchee, ar. 
Bradley, [AVanvickshire,] ar. a fesse, humettee 

and engr. betw. three crosses formee, litchee, sa. 
Bradley, ar. a chev. sa. 
jiradley, [AYorcestershire,] ar. a fesse gTi, betw. 

Iljree round buckles vert. 



BRA 

Bradley, or Bradeley, gu. a chev. ar. betw. three 
boars' heads, couped, or. 

Bradley, quarterly, or and az. three buckles gu. 

Bradley, or, a fesse vert, betw. three round 
buckles gu. 

Jiradli'y. gu. a chev. betw. three boars' heads or. 

Bradley, gu. a chev. betw. three boai's' heads, 
erect, and couped, or. 

Bradley, or, a fesse gu. betw. three buckles az. 

Bradley, [London, originally of Bradley, in Lan- 
cashire,] quarterly; first and fourth, sa. a fesse, 
engr. ar. in chief a mullet, betw. two crosses 
formee, fitchee, of the last; all within a bordure 
engr. of the second, for Bradley: second, sa. a 
wolf salient or, in chief three estoiles of the last, 
for Vi'ilson : third, ar. three boars' heads couped 
gu. for Barton. — Crest, a boai-'s liead, couped, 
gu. (being the crest of Barton, assumed by 
Bradley on the marriage of au heiress of that 
family.) [Borne by Benjamin Bradley, of Lon- 
don.'] 

Bradman, ar. a chev. betw. three cross crosslets 
pattee, fitchee, sa. 

Bradnell, [Lancashire,] ar. a cross cros.slet, 
crossed, sa. 

Bradney, [Somersetshire,] three .swans 



Bradnox, ar. two chev. gu. on a chief of the 

last, three cixiquefoils of the first. 
Bradsey, [Yorkshire,] ar. two bars gu. on a 

canton of the second, a mauuch of the first. 
Bradsey, or Jiradsay, per fesse ar. and sa. a 

pale, betw. three bears' heads, erased, and 

muzzled, all counterchanged. 
Bradsiian, ar. two bends sa. 
Bradshan, ar. two bends, and a label, gu. 
BRAUSriAlGii, [Haigli, in Lancashire^ ar. two 

bendlets, betw. three martlets, sa. — Crest, on a 

mount vert, a stag, at gaze, ppr. under a vine 

vert, fructed gu. 
BRAi).SHAW,o/-BRADSHA\VE,[Marple, Chcsliire, 

Lancashire, and Leicester,] ar. two bends sa. 

betw. as many martlets of the second. — Crest, 

on a mount, a stag standing under a vine, all 

ppr. 
Bradshaw, [Shropshire,] sa. two bendlets, raguly, 

betw, two hawks ar, belled of the second, on a 

chief ar. a pale az. bctAV. two tleurs-de-lis sa.; 

on t)ie pale a cross patonce ar. — Crej^.t, a wolf's 

head, erased, ar. collared and fined. 
Bradslinio, [Cheshire,] ar. (wo bars sa. a crescent 

gn. 
Bradsiutw, sa. two bends, betw. thj-cc hawks' 

bells ar. 
Bradshaw, [Bucks, 150u,] az. two bars gu. betw, 

nine lions, passant, guardant, or. 

[Q ] 



BRA 

Brachhaw, [Cheshire',] ar. two bars gii. 
Drudshaw, [Kent and Lixnca.shire,] ar. two bends 

sa. (Another, vith a crescent in the dexter 

cliicf, betw. the lieiuls gu.) 
Brachliaw, [Cheshire,] sa. three bends and as 

many birds, ar. 
Bradshaw, erin. on a chief az. tliree ducipers, or 

caps of maintenance. 
Bradshaw, az. two bars ar. on a chief or, a fleur- 
de-lis, betw. two roses, gu. 
Bradshaw, ar. two bends sa. a canton, chequ}-, 

ar. and az. [Borne hi/ John Bradshaiv, Esq. 

1 ilndsor- Herald, lG-2'5. ] 
Bradshaw, [Lancashire,] ar. two bends sa. 
Brauston, or J^KAnESTON,[13rade^ton, Stinch- 

combe, and Winterbone, Gloucestershire,] ai. 

on a canton gu. a rose or, barbed ppr. — Crest, 

out of a ducal coronet or, a boar's head sa. 
Bradston, or Bradcston, or, a chcv. betw. three 

boars' heads, couped, sa. 
Bradston, ar. a pile gu. 
Bradston, ar. a pale, fusilly, sa. 
Bradston, ar. on a canton gu. a cinquefoil, 

pierced, or. 
Bradston, or Bradeslon, ar. a chev. betw. tliree 

boars' heads, couped, sa. 
Bradston, gu. five fusils, in pale, ar. 
Bradcston, ar. five fusils, in bend, gu. 
Bradcston, ar. on a canton gu. a cross or. 
Bradcston, ar. five fusils, in pale, g-u. 
Bradcston, gu. five lozenges, in pale, ar. 
Bradeslon, ar. a bend, lozeugy, gu. 
Bradcston, ar. a pile, indented, gu. 
Bradestone, ar. on a cross gn. a cross or. 
Bradwauden, or Bradwardkr, barry of six, 

sa. and erm. 
Bradicarden, barry of six, ermines and ermine. 
Bradwardijn, barrj" of six, sa. and erm. gultee 

d'or. 
Bradv.'ell, [Cheshire,] az. two bai's ar. in chief 

as many plates. — Crest, a rock ])pr. 
Bradwen Ap, [Wales,] gu. three snakes, 

nowcd in triangle, ar. 
Bragdon, or Braguen, [London,] ar. a lion, 

j)assant, az. betw. three tleurs-de-lis gu. — Crest, 

a boar, issuant out of a rock, ppr. 
Bragden, ar. a lion, jiassaut, betw. three fleurs- 
de-lis, gu. 
Brace, [st.oudon and Essex,] or, a chev. bet\v. 

three bulls, sa. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet, 

per pale ar. and or, a bull's head sa. armed 

gold. 
Bragg, [Somersetshire, 1020,] ar. a chev. vert, 
betw. three bulls, passant, gu. — Crest, a lion's 
head, erased, ar. collared, vaire, or and az. 

(Another crest, a bull, passauf, gu.) 



BRA 

Brac/ge, or, a chev. g-u. betw. three bulls, passant, 

sa. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a bull's 

head sa. [Borne by William Braggc, Esq. of 

West Clandon. Surrey, ISC^i, originally of 

JJeron and Somerset.^ 
Braggc, or Braig, [Scotland,] sa. two bars, eii'jy. 

betw. as many towers, triple towered, in chief, 

ar. and three crescents, in base, or. 
Bragcjc. The same arms. — Crest, a hand, holding 

a sword. Sujiporters, on the dexter, a man in 

armour, on the sinister, a horse, saddled atid 

bridled, all pjir; 
Braham, [Braham, Cumberland,] gu. a chev. 

betvr. three fishes, erect, ar. 
Braham, [Buckinghamshire,] gxt. on a chev. ar. 

betw. three talbots' heads, erased, or, as many 

mullets sa. 
Brcdiam, [Windsor,] sa. a cross flory ar. — Crest, 

four ostrich's feathers sa. enfiled v.ith a ducal 

coronet or. 
Braham, [New Windsor, Berks,] sa. a cross pa- 

tonce or. — Crest, in a ducal coronet or, a plume 

of feathers sa. 
Braham, sa. a cross or. [Granted to Sir Richard 

Braham, June lOth, 1G4G.] 
BraJiam, sa. a cross ilory or. 
Braham, [Lancasl'.ire,] az. a cross moline or. 
Braikriuge, [Lockiugton, Leicestershire,] ar. a 

chev. embattled, betw. three battle-axes, sa. 
Braileeord. See Braylforij. 
Braine, or Braynk, [Gloucestershire,] ar. on 

a pale gu. three leopards' heads of the field. — 

Crest, a leopard's head ar. 
Braine, ar. a fret sa. 
Jiroyn, or Bayne, az. a chev. embattled, betw. 

three martlets, or. 
Brayne, sa. a cross moline or. 
Brai/ne, [Gloucestershire,] az. on a fesse, betw. 

three bugle-horns, stringed, ar. a hemp-hackle 

gu. 
Brayne, az. a cross moline or. 

Brayne, [Aston jMondrera,] or, an escochcon 

Brainthwayt, [Eingwood, Hants,] or, two 

bends, engr. sa. 
Branthwaite, or Brailhivaiie, [London, 1582,] 

or, two bends, engr. sa. — Crest, on a rock ppr. 

an eagle, rising, ar. 
Braitiiwait, [Catterick, Richmondsliire, York- 

sliire,] gu. on a chev. ar. three cross crosslets, 

fifchee, sa. — Crest, a greyhound, couchant, ar. 

collared and lined gu. 
Brathicayte. See Braihicayte. 
Brakeley, sa. two bars, vaire, ar. and vert. 
Bralceley, checpiy, erm. and gu. on a bend a/. 

three billets or. 
Brakenbury, [Durham,] or, fretty sa. 



BRA 

Brahenhiiry, [Kent,] or, fretty sa. on a canton 

gu. a bird of tlip first. 
JSrokenhiu-y, [DLirbani.] ar. three cliev. brncort in 

base, sa. — Crest, a lion, couchanl, guardaut, sa. 

under an oak-tree vert. 
Urakentrf.e, [Soniersetsliire,] erm. a cross, 

cngr. sa. charged with five mullets ar. 
Brakentree, [Essex,] ar. on a cross, engr. sa. five 

estoiles or. 
Jirakeiilrce, [Somcrsetiihire,] erm. on a cross, engr. 

sa. five estoiles or. 
CUAKIN, [Cambridgeshire,] ar. a fesse, rompu, 

az. betvv. three lozenges gu. on each a martlet 

or. 
Bralyn, [Chesterton, Cambridgeshire,] ar. five 

martlets, in cross, sa. — Crest, a hawk's head, 

erased, ar. ducally gorged or. 
llralijii, [Cambridgeshire,] gn. a fesse, chequy, 

ar. and az. belw. three lozenges or, eacli chm-ged 

with a martlet of the field. 
Brakyn, az. three mullets or, a chief, indented, 

enn. 
BnARJf.vN, or Bakemax, sa. a break or, 

betw. two martlets, and a bread-basket, ar. 
Brai.ford, quarterly, per fesse, indented, or 

and az. 
Bialford, or BraUsford, or, a cinquefoil sa. 
Bhalfoktu, [Derbyshire,] ai". a cinquefoil, 

pierced, sa. 
Bkamars, Bramarasse, or Bramariss, or, 

a fesse, az. 
Brambert, ar. on abend sa. three rakes of the 

field. 
Brambud, ar. three annulets and a canton, 

a^. 
Braaies, [Kent,] sa. on a cliief ar. a denii hon, 

rampant, gu. 
Bramj;tost, per pale, gu. and sa. a lion, rmn- 

pant, betw. ten cross crosslets, fitchce, or. 
Bramford, [Lincohishire and Yorkshire,] ar. a 

fesse gu. 
Bramhall, [Chester and London,] sa. a lion, 

rampant, or, armed and langued gu. — Crest, a 

lion, passant, or. [Confirmed, November 21, 

1628.] 
Bramley. See Bromley. 
Brambley, ar. three brambliugs ppr. a chief 

, R"- 

Brammeryfe, or, a fesse az. 
Brampton, az. tv\o lions, passant, or, armed 

and langued gu. 
Brumjtton, [Letton, Norfolk,] gu. a fesse ar. in 

chief three bezants. 
Jh-aiiipioH, [Brampton, Norfolk,] gu. a saltier, 

befw. four cross crosslets, fitchee, ar. — Crest, 

on a tiger, ar. a naked man, astride, ppr. 



BRA 

wreathed about the temples ar. and gu. (Another 
crest, a lion, rampant, or.) 

Brampton, [Norlblk and Sufiolk,] gu. a lion, ram- 
pant, with two tails, erm. 

Brampton, [London, and Brampton-Castle, Here- 
fordshire,] az. three round buckles or. 

Brampton, az. a lion, rampant, or. 

Brampton, [A.ttleborough, Norfolk,] gni. on a 
fesse ar. a mullet sa. in chief three plates. — 
Crest, out of a mural coronet, a talbot's head, 
gu. erased, ar. 

Brampton, ar. a saltier, betw. four crosslets sa. 

Brampton, ar. a bend, danccttee, az. 

Brampton, gu. on a fesse ar. three annulets sa. in 
chief three plates. 

Brampton, or, two lions, passauf, gu. armed and 
langued, az. See Brompton. 

Ptrumpton, gu. alien, rampant, erm. 

Brampton, [Branipton-Castlc, Herefordshire,] or, 
two lions, passant, gu. 

Brampton, ar. a bend, indented, az. 

Brampton, gu. five escallops or, three and 
two. 

Brampton, az. three buckles or. 

Jh-ampton, [Letton, Norfolk,] gu. a fesse ar. in 
chief three plates. 

Brampton, gu. a lion, rampant, erm. 

BiiAMSiiow, or, two bars and a canton gu. 

Bramson, or Branson, g}Tonny of six, ar. and 
az. 

Bramston, [Screens-Roxwell, Essex,] or, on a 
fesse sa. three plates. — Crest, a lion, sejant, or, 
gorged with a colkn- sa. charged with three 
plates. 

Bramston, [Woodham-^\' alter, Essex.] The 
same. 

Bramston, az. three crosses patonce ar. 

BjtAMTOT, per pale, gii. and sa. a lion, rampant, 
ar. within an orle of crosslets, fitchee, or. 

Bran, Ap, [North Wales,] ar. achev. sa. betw. 
three rooks j)pr. 

Brancey, barry of twelve, ar. and az. 

Branch, or Braunch, gu. a leopard's head, 
jessant, a fleur-de-lis, or. 

Branch, or Branche, erm. a fret gu. 

Branch, [Sir John, Lord Slayor of London, 1580,] 
quarterly ; iirst and fourth, ai'. a lion, rampant, 
guaidant, gu. debruised by a bendlet sa. ; se- 
cond and third, gu. a fesse, vaire, ar. and az. 
in chief a unicorn, passant, betw. two mullets, 
all within a bordure, ejigr. or. 

Branch, ar. a chev. sa. betw. three mullets 
gu. 

Branche, ar. a lion, ram])ant, gu. armed az. op- 
pressed with a bend, sa. 

Branche, or Branch, erm. fretty gu. 

■[ y 2 ] 



BRA 

Branclie, [Westmoreland,] ar. three bars, and a 
canton, sa. 

Branchlkv, az. a cross potent or. 

Brand, az. two swords, in saltier, ar, hilts in 
base, or, witliin a bordiire, engr. of the last, 
pellettee sa. — Crest, a leopard's head and neck, 
erased, guardant, quarterly, ar. and or, semee 
of roundles of three colours sa. vert and gii. 
[Borne hy the Rev. John Brand, la/e Rector of 
S(. Mary-at-HiU and St. Andrew, Holhorn, 
London, and Perpetual Curate of Cramflnrjton, 
Northumberland, who died Sept. 11, 180G.] 

Brand, [Gray's Irni and Suffolk, 1G16,] az. two 
swords, in saltier, ar. hilted, in base, or, a bor- 
dure, engr. of the last. — Crest, out of a ducal 
coronet, or, a leopard's ('or lion's) head, guar- 
dant, ar. semee of roundles, of various co- 
loiu-s. 

Brand, [Monlsey, Surrey, 1591,] Or, a chev. 
betw. three dexter hands, couped at the wrist, 
sa. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a cock- 
atrice's head, gu. betw. two ^vings ppr. 

Brand, vert, a griflin, passant, and a chief or. 

Brand, [Sir Thomas, Scotland,] quarterly ; first 
and fourth, az. two battens or, ensigiied on the 
top with the unicorn of Scotland ; second and 
thud, or, on a bend sa. three niascles ar. a chief 
az. charged with as many stars of tlie third. 
— Crest, a voll, Avith a batton in pale. 

Brand, [Scotland,] ar. on a bend sa. three nias- 
cles of the fust ; on a chief of the second, as 
many sjnn-rowels, or.— Crest, two probocides 
of elephants, in pale, couped, flexed, and re- 
flexed, ar. that on the dexter charged with three 
mascles, the sinister with as many spur-rowels, 
sa. 

Brandeeth, sa. five mascles, conjohied in cross, 
ar. — Crest, a lamb, conchant, ar. 

Branoer, quarterly; first and fourth, az. flames of 
fire ppr. ; second and third, az. a saltier, humet- 
tee, or. — First crest, or badge, encircled by six- 
teen full blown roses, alternately red, bine, pink, 
and yellow; a human heart ppr. from either side 
a wing expanded ar. surmounted of a long cross 
and ohve-branch, in saltier, also ppr. above the 
heart a crown of five points or, beneath tlie ro- 
ses this motto, ]]'er . ffutes.u. bases. 7nt .kan . 
ertragan Wirt .Icein .f/rose .ehre .erjayen. Se- 
cond crest, a demi phcenix, issuing from flames, 
ppr. [Borne by John Spieker Brander, Esq. 
of Sovierford- Grange, Hants.'] A Subscriber, 
1824. 

Brander, [Surrey,] gu. a burning bush ppr. betw. 
two roses ar, in fesse, in chief two lions, ram- 
pant, and a third in base of the Inst. — Crest, or 
badge, as above. Second crest, a dove, re- 



BRA 

guiu-dant, holding in the beak an olive-brancfj 
ppr. 

BiiANDFORD, az. on a chev. betw. two eagles, 
rising, in cliief, and a lion in base, or, three 
sprigs of oak, fruutcd, vert. — Crest, an eagle, 
ri.sing, or, holding in tiie beak a sprig of oak^ as 
in the arms. [Granted to William Brandford, 
of London, late of Barbadoes, 1757.] 

Branuishfieli), ar. three caps sa. adorned with 
coronets or. 

Brandling, gu. a cross flory, and an escallop in 
the dexter corner, ar. 

Bi-andehjng, or Brandling, [Newcastle, Nor- 
thumberland,] gu. a cross patonce ar. in the 
chief point an escallop shell of the second. — 
Crest, a stump of a tree, couped and erased, 
from the top issuing flames of fire, from the 
sinister a sprig with an acorn and leaves, all 
ppr. 

Brandon, [Suffolk,] harry of ten, ar. and gu. a 
lion, rampant, or, ducally crowned, per pale of 
the first and second. 

Brandon, ar. four bars, gu. a lion, rampant, or, 
ducally crowned, per pale of the second and 
third. 

Brandon, [Chamberlain of London,] nr. two bars 
gu. a lion, rampant, double-queued, or, pel- 
lettee. — Crest, a lion's head, erased, ar. charged 
with two bars gu. on each three bezants. 

Brandon, [London,] or, four pellets gu. on a can- 
ton sa. a lion, rampant, of the field. 

Brandon, [Suffolk,] sa. two lion's gambs, per sal- 
tier, era-sed, betw. as many lions' heads, erased, 
ar. 

Brandon, harry of twelve, ar. and gu. a lion, ram- 
pant, or. 

Brandon, gu. two lion's paws, erased, in saltier, 
or. 

Brandon, sa. five fusils, in bend, or. 

Brandreth, [^yeeford, Staffordshire,] sa. a 
cross of five mascles or. — Crest, a lamb, 
couchant, ar. [Bti Patent, November 10, 
IG-ii.] 

Brandreth, or Brandrelth, niasculy, beudv of 
four, ar. and gu. 

Brandsby. See Braxsby. 

Brandt, gu. the stem of a tree, couped at both 
ends, in bend, or. 

Brandwood, [Durham,] erm. two pales, vaire, 
or and az. on a chief of the last, a bezant, betw. 
two yew-trees of the second. — Crest, a yew-tree 
ppr. 

Brangor, gu. an angel, standing erect, with his 
hands conjoined and elevated on his breast, ha- 
bited in a long robe, girt, ar. \vings displayed. 



BRA 

Brankktoy, [Essex,] ar. on a cross, engr. sa. 

five esfoiles or. 
Bkankktry, [Somersetshire,] enu. on across, 

eaigr. sa. five esfoiles or. 
BrankfrIiY, or Branktroy, [Essex,] ar, on 

a cross, eiigr. sa. five cstoiles or. 
Brans, barry of twelve, or and az. 
BRANSiiY, or Braslky, [Kent,] ar. a cliev. 

befw. tbrce sAvans' necks, erased, sa. 
lirandshxj, sa. a saltier^ ar. betw. four mullets, or. 
BRAN.SON, or Braunson, per pale and per 

cliev. counterclianged, ar. and sa. 
Bransiiath, Bramspath, Branspeth, or 
Branspauche, ar. three bars, and a crujton, sa. 
Branston, quarterly, gu. and vert, four buckles 

or. 
Branston, [Derbyshire,] ar. on a fesse sa. three 

bezants. 
Branti:sley, or Erantsley, ar. on abend, 

engr. gu. three lions, rampant, or. 
Branthwaitk. See BRAiTinvAix. 
Brantingham, [Devon,] sa. a fesse, subcreuelle, 

betw. three Catharine \^heels, or. 
Brase.mon, sa. two crescents, braced, or. 
Braskle, [Norfolk,] la. a cross, chequy, ar. and 

gu. 
Brasktt, quarterly, per fesse, indented, sa. and 

ar. in the lirst quarter, a stork or. 
Brash AM, or, on a chief az. a lion passant, giiar- 

daut, of the tield. 
Brasham, per fesse, az. and or, a lion, passant, 

guardaut, gu. 
Brassy, ar. on a chief, gu. two mullets of the 

field. 
Brasye, [Cornwall,] quarterly, indented, ar. iuid 

sa. 
Brasye, quarterly, indented sa, and ar. 
Brathwayte, [Westmorland, 1591,] gu. on a 
cliev. ar. three cross crosslets, fitchee, sa. — 
Crest, a greyhound, couchant, ar. collared and 
lijied gu. the collar studded and ringed or. 
Bkatost, ar. seraee fleurs-de-lis, a lion, rampant, 

az. 
Buatt, [Staflordshixe,] ar. on a chev. az, three 

bezants. 
Bkat'ion, .<?a. a lion, ramp;int, ar. 
BuATTON, [Somersetshire,] ar, a fesse, engr. gu, 

betw. three mullets sa. 
Braunde, vert, a grifhn, passant, segreaut, and 
acliief or. [Granted to Benjamin Braunde, of 
SvfoU:, 10 th March, IGJO.] 
BRauneck, gyronny of four, champaine or en- 
arched, ar. and goi. 
Braveing, [Wilts,] gu. two bends, wavy, one ar. 
the other or. — Crest, a demi talbot gu. guttee 
'I'or, ducally crov^■ned ar. 



BRA 

Brawne, [London and Surrey, 1604,] ar. three 

bars sa. oa a canton or, a dragon's head, erased, 

of the second. — Crest, out of a mural coronet or, 

a dragon's head sa. 

Brawiie, ar. three bars sa. on a canton gu. a saltier 

of the field. 
Bratin, ar. three fusils, pointed, or hi point, trian- 
gular, gu. 
Eraunston, gu. a cross, pomettee, voided or. 
Braunz, or, six barnilcts az. 
Bray, harry of six, or and vert. 
Bratj, [Northumberland,] gu. three bends vair. 
[Borne hy Michael Bray, Esq. of Lincoln's Inn, 
1787.] 
Bray, ar. a chev. betw. three parrots' legs, erased, 

sa. within a bordure, engr. gu. 
Bray, [Sussex and Bedfordshire,] ar. a chev. Iietw. 
three eagles' (another, ravens') legs, erased, a la 
quiso, sa. armed gn. — Crest, a lion, passant, 
gUiU'daut, or, betw. two wings, endorsed, vaire, 
or and az. (Another, the wings vair.) 
Bray, [Oxfordshire,] quarterly, ar. and az. on a 

bend gu. three fleurs-de-lis or. 
Bray, [Nortliuiiiberland,] ^air, three bends gu. 
Bray, ar. a chev. sa. betw. three ogresses, within 

a bordure, engr. gu. 
Bray, erm. a cross formee gu. 
Bray, ar. a chev. betw. three parrots, (or popin- 
jays,) sa, within a bordure, engr. gu. 
Bray, quarterly, ar. and az. . 
Bray, ar. a chev. betv/. two pots sa. within a bor- 
dure, engr. gu. 
Bray, ar. a chev. betw. three eagles' legs, erased, 
k la quise, sa. armed gu.— Crest, an ounce 
ppr. 
Bray, ar. a chev, gu, betw. three eagles' legs, 

erased, sa. 
Bray, or, a chev. betw. three pellets, sa. within a 

bordure, engr. gu. 
Bray, [Cornwall,] ar. three pair of barnacles, ex- 

pansed, in pale, sa. 
Bray, [Surrey and Eaton Bray, Bedfordshire,] 
nr. a chev. betw. three eagles' legs, erased, sa. 
(quartering, vair, three bendlets gu.; also by 
the name of JJrey.) — Crest, a llax-braker or. 
Bray, ar, on a chief gii. a lion, passant, or. 
Braye, ar, on a chev, betw, three gTiflins' heads, 
era?ed, gu. an escallop or. — Crest, out of a 
ducal coronet or, a plume of five feathers, three 
ar. t\vo az. on the top of the plume, a griffin's 
head, gu, 
Braye, [Cornwall,] ar, three pine trees, erased, 
ppr. fructed or.- — Crest, out of a ducal coronet, 
az. a grillin's head, erm. 
Braye, vert, tliree bendlets ar. 
Braybeck, gu. six fusils, in bend, or. 



B R E 

Uraijheck, gu. six fusils, in bend, or, a label of five 

points, az. (Another, ar.) 
Brcnjbeck, gu. five fusils, in bend, or, a label, ar. 
Jiraijlieck, gu. fue fusils, in bend, or, a label, az. 
Bkaybuokk, [Siillblk,] ar. seven mascles, az. 

three, three, and" one, betw. the first and second 

rows, two roses, gu. — Crest, a maiden's head, 

p])r. hair or, with a garland of violets and leaves 

round her head. 
Bruyliroke, [Bucks,] ar. seven mascles, coiijunct, 

three, three, and one, gu. 
Braybrole, [London, temp. John,] ar. seven mas- 
cles, conjoined, az. three, three, and one. 
Bk AY FIELD, [Norfolk,] az. a cross chequy, ar. 

and gu. 
Braiififkl, gu. three escallops, az. betw. two bends 

vail-. 
Brayluocke, ar. seven mascles, pierced, three, 

tln-ee, and one, v.ilhin a bordure, gu. 
Braylefe, ar, a cinquefoil, pierced, sa. 
Braylford, ar. two bends, az. on a canton, sa. 

a chess-rook, or. 
Braijlford, ar. five mascles, in saltier, sa. 
Braylford, or Brcnjleford, quarferly; per fesse, 

indented, or and az. 
Braylford, ar. tv,o bends, sa. on a canton of the 

second, a chess-rook, or. 
Brayllford, or Brailcford, or, a cinquefoil, sa. 
Braylesford, or Ihaylford, [Derbyshire.] The 

same. 
Brayi.ie, or BRUL'i'E, erm. on a bend, gu. 

three chev. or. 
Braylston, sa. six mullets or, three, two^ and 

one. 
Brayme, ar. on a ptde gu. three leopards' heads 

of the field. 
Brayne. See Braine. 

Braytoft, [Lincolnshire,] ar. a leopard, ram- 
pant, guardant, az. 
Braytoft, ar. a lion, rampant, within an orle of 

cross crosslets, fitchee, az. 
Braytoft, [Lincolnshire,] az. cruslly, (another, 

crosses bottonee,) a lion rampant, ar. — Crest^ a 

demi lion, rampmit, gu. crusily, ar. 
Braytoft, [Braytoft, Lincohishire,] per pale, ar. 

and az. two Uons, rampant, counterclianged. 
Braytoft, ar. a lion, rampant, az. armed gxi. 
Brayton, az. two chev. betw. as many mullets 

or. 
Brayton, az. two chev. betw. three mullets ar. 
Brayton, ar. a cross, gu. fretty or. 
BiiAYTOST, ar. a lion, rampant, az. 
Breacourt, paly of six, ar. and gu. a bend, 

erm. 
BRF.AnriEED, az. a stag's head, erased, or. 
Brkake, gu. a dragon, volant, ar. 



B R E 

Breame, [London,] gu. ou a chev. ar. betw. 

tlu-ee talbols' heads, erased, or, as many m.id- 

lets sa. — Crest, a hand and arm, couped at the 

elbow, erecf, habited bendy of six, or and az. 

cutr of the first, the hand gra.sping a fish, all 

ppr. 
Breame, az. three breames or. 
Breant, [Temp, llem-y IIL] gu. a cinquefoil, 

ar. 
Brearcliffe. See Bracliffe. 
Brebroke, ar. seven mascles, gu. three, three, 

and one, betvs'. twelve roses sa. 
Breche, ar. a chev. betv/. three mullets, sa. 
Brechin, [Scotland,] or, three piles in point, ^i. 
Breck-E, ar. two bars, and in chief as many pales 

az. on aii inescocheon or, two bars sa. 
Breckdon, gu. five fusils, in bend, ar. 
Brecknock," [Wales,] barry of twelve, ar. and 

gu. an orlc of ten martlct-s, sa. 
Brecknock, barry of ten, ar. and gu. an orlc of 

eight martlets, sa. 
Brecknock, or Brecknoij, ar. a chev. betw. three 

lions' ('a?jo//ier, bears') gambs, erased, sa. 

BrECT, De la, or BliEET, gu. 

Bred, gu. a fesse, indented, betw. ten billets, 

three, two, three, and tv,o. 
Bredcake, vert, a saltier, lozeugy, or. 
Br ED ELL, jier fesse, ar. and gu. three piles, 

couped and transposed, in fesse, az. 
Bredgate, o/- Bredgatt, [Kent,] ar. a bend, 

az. fretty of the field, betw. two lions, passant, 

guard iuit, gu. 
Bredham, [Kent,] ar. two bendlets, sa. 
Bredham, [Kent,] ar. a bend, sa. 
BREDiNGiiURST,[SuiTey,] az. on a fesse, indent- 
ed, ar. three mullets, gu. 
Bredleshaw, [Yorkshire,] ar. two bars, voided, 

az. in chief three mullets, gu. 
Bredman, [Bedfordshire,] ar. on a cross, sa. five 

lozenges, erm. 
Brednell, [London,] ar. o)i a chev. gu. betw. 

three didappers, az. a crescent or, charged wiih 

a mullet, sa. 
Bredwardine, [Brecknock.shire,] or, two lions, 

couchant, gu. 
Bredwell, [Sufl'olk,] gu. a goat, salient, ar. 

attired, or. 
Bredtccll, [Suffolk,] ar. on a bend, engr. sa. three 

goats' heads, couped, of the field, attired, or. 
Breedon, [Croton, Northamptonshire,] gu. alien. 

rampant, ar. betw. eight nails, or. — Crest, a 

demi lion, ar. holding a cross pattee, fitchee. 

gu. 
Brekdon, [Essex,] gu. a bend fusily, ar. 
BREK.HED, sa. three garbs or, within a bordure, 

ar. • ■ '■ ■ ■■ . 



B R E 

BrEKIN, [Cumbcrliuul,] gu. a fessc, clioquy, nr. 

and az. botw. lliicc lozenges of llie second, each 

I'liarged ■with a martlet, gii. 
]>Ri:KNon, or Bi;ETN'OR,"barry often, av. and 

gii. eight martlets, in orle, sa. 
UuKMiJiCR, [London,] ar. three anindets and a 

canton, az. 
Hrcinher, [London,] nz. three annulets, ar. on a 

canton of the last, a mullet, gii. 
IJreinber, ar. t-no ansiiilcis, and a canton, az. 
iiicniher, [Sir Nitholus, Lord IMayor of London, 

1377, 1383, ]38-l, and 1385,] ar. three aimulets, 

sa. on a canton of the second, a mullet of the 

ileld. 
Urk.men, ar. three trum]iets, gu. 
JjRKMER, ar. a plume of six feathers, alternately, 

gu. and or. 
Bur-MMORE, [Wilts,] or, a fesse, sa. betw. three 

crescents, az. 
BrI'.MOND, ar. a lion, rampant, az. 
Bremsiiell, or Bresiient, ar. a fesse, gn. on 

a canton of the second, a crescent, ar. 
Brem.S)1ETT, ;u-. a fesse, gu. on a quarter of the 

last, a crescent of the iisld. 
Breinshol, [Hauls,] ar. on a fesse, gu. a cres- 
cent of the first, and a canton of the second. 
Br EN, ar. a chev. bet^r. three dexter hands, 

euuped at the w rist, sa. 
Jircnne, ar. a fesse dancettee, bet\v. three leo- 
pards' faces, sa. 
Biriuie, ar. a chev. betw. three sinister hands, sa. 
Brenchesley, or Brenchlev, az. a cross 

patonce, or. 
Brciuldeij, az. a cross patonce, engr. or. — Crest, 

a dexter band and arm, couped near the elbow, 

erect, holding a laurel-branch, all ppr. [Borne 

hy Brenchlei;, Esq. of Uaidstone, Kent, 

^1823.] J 'i J 

Bi;];xi)E, [iVorfolk,] ar. on a chev. betw. three 

sinister hands, couped, sa. as many spear-heads 

of the field. — Crest, a lion, rampant, guardant, 

ar. 
Brende, [Suffolk.] The same arms. — Crest, the 

fore-part of a hon, gu. bleuded to the hind part 

of a dragon, sejant, vert. 
BRENnFYERD, sa. three antelopes' heads, couped, 

ar. attired or. 
Brexiieyld, az. a cross, chequy, ar. and gu. 

betv, . four juullcts or. 
Bri:ndt, ar. a stag's attire, fixed to the scalp, 

or. 
i'REXECRO.SSE, gu. a saltier, engr. couped, ar. 
1Jri;xi;rs, or, two bars, gu. over all a lion, rara- 

p^mt, of the second. 
Br E.N II AM, or Bur HAM, sa. a cross, ar. betw. 

four crescents of the second. 



B R E 

Brenley, gu. a griflin, segreant, or. 

Brenlij, [Kent,] g\i. a gi-iflln, segreant, ar. 

Brenne. See Bren. 

Brens, bany of six, ar. gu. and az. 

Brent, [Keni,] gu. a viveni, sejant, the tail 

nowed, ar. 
Brtni, [Oxford, Pat. 1GJ3,] gu. a wivcrn ar. 

charged on the breast with three spots of erni. 

one and two.— Crest, a wivern's head, betw. 

t^^-o wivern'i' v.ings, ar. charged on the breast as 

in the arms. 
Drcnt, [Dorsetshire,] gu. seven griflins, segreant, 

ar. 
Brent, [Js'ent.] gu. a cockatrice, salient, or. 
Brent, [ICenf, Somerset, and Gloucester.] gu. a 

wiverii, passant, ar. — Crest, a dragon's heiid, 

betw. two wings, expanded, ar. 
Brent, gu. a gi-ifiin, segreant, ar. 
Brent, gu. a wivern, displayed, and tail uowed, ar. 
Brentisee, ar. two lions, passant, guardant, gu. 

debruised by a bend vert, chmgcd with throe 

eagles, displayed, or. 
Brenlisle, ar. on a bend, engr. gu. three lions, 

rampant, of the field. 
Bri;ntisley, or Brentsley. Same arms. 
Brenton, [Hertfordshire,] ar. a chev. betw. three 

martlets, sa. 
Brenton, ar. two bars, gu. on a canton of the se- 
cond; a cross of the first. 
Brenton, ar. a chev. gTi. betw. three martlets, sa. 
JiltENTYKE, az. three eagles, displayed, ar. 

armed, or. 
Brenynger, or, a cross vert, over all a bendlet, 

gu. 
Breregiily, ar. a cross bottonee gu. 
Brereiiougii, ar. a cross jjolent gu. betw. thiee 

ogresses. 
Brerehouse, [Norfolk,] erin. a lion, rampant, 

gu. 
Brereley, ar. a cross potent (another, pattce) 

gu. 
Brcarley, [London,] ar. a cross potent gu. in the 

dexter point a fleur-de-hs of the second. — Crest, 

a cross potent, fitchee, gii. betw. two -wings ar. 
Breerehj, [London and jMarland, Lancashire.] 

The same arms. [Granted to James Breerehj, 

of London, 19//( March, 1G15.] 
Brere.S, [Chorley, Lancashire,] erm. on a can- 
ton az. a falcon, volant, or. — Crest, a nag's 

head erminois. 
Brereto, az. II cross, engr. nr. 
Brer ETON, [Brereton, Cheshire,] ar. two bars 

-sa.— Crest, a bear's head jjpr. issuing out of a 

ducal coronet Supporters, dexter, a 

bear ppr. sinister, a wolf ar. collared az. 
Brereton, [Burras, Denbighshire.] The same arms. 



B R E 

Brerelon, flrclaiid.] The same arms. 
Brereion, [Chesliire,] ar. two bars sa. a crescent 
gu. charged vith a mullet or.— Crest, a bear's 
head aiitl neck, erased, sa. muzzled gu. the 
muzzle studded or. 
Brerelon, ar. three eagles, displayed, gu. 
Brereton, [Devon,] ar. fretty gu. on a chief or, 

crusily gu. a lion, rampant, of the second. 
Brerelon, ar. betw. two bars sa. a cross patonce 
. of the second, charged v.ith five bezants. — 
Crest, on a chapeau az. turned up enu. a dragon 
witli wings expanded, gu. 
Brerelon, [Staffordshire and Cheshire.] The same. 
Brereton, quarterly, ar. and sa. in the first two 

bars sa. in the second as many banners ar. 
Brereion, ar. two bars sa. a mullet of the last. 
Brerelon, [Ileuford, Cheshire,] ar. two bars sa. 
over all a cross formee, flcurv, gu. [Crealed 
a Baronet, March lOlh, 1G2G.] ' 
Brlrwood, or BiUERWdOD, [Chester,] erm. 
two pales, vaire, or and az. on a chief of the 
last, a bezant, betw. two garbs of the second. 
— Crest, two swords in saltier gu. pon\els and 
hilts or, enfded with au earl's coronet ppr. 
Brerivood, erm. two pales, vair, ou a chief ar. a 

torteaux, betw. two garbs gu. 
BreSBY, [Penrith, Cumberland,] barry nebulee 
of six, ar. and sa. ou a fesse gu. five guttee de 
larmes. 
BreSCETT, az. a bend, brettessed, or. 
Brescy, or Bkessv, [Wislaston, Cheshire,] 
quarterly, jier fesse indented, sa. and ar. in the 
first quarter a mallard ar. 
Bresingham, sa. two eagles' vnngs, elevated 

and conjoined, or. 
Bresingham, sa. two wings, elevated and conjoin- 
ed, ar. 
BrbsseYj quarterly, per fesse indented, sa. and 
ar. in the first quarter a teale of the last,— 
Crest, on a mount vert, a teale ar. 
Bresstj, quai'terly, sa. and ar. in the first quarter 

a teale of the second. 
Brest, [Kent,] sa. a cinquefoil, betw. an orle of 

cross crosslets, or. 
Breston, [Hertfordshire,] erm. on a fesse ba- 

ruled sa. thfee crescents or. 
Breyston, sa. six martlets or. 
Bretaigne, chequy, or and az. a canton erm. 
■within a bordure gu. charged with eight lions, 
passfuit, guardant, of the first. 
Bretayne, erm. a canton, chequy, or and az. within 
a bordure gii. charged with eight Hons, passant, 
guard;uit, of the second. 
Britain, sa. three garbs or. 
Britain, or Breton, [Sir John, Lord lilayor of 



B R E 

London, 1204 to 1297 inclusive,] az. two chev'. | 

or, in cliicf as many mullets ar. \ 

Britaine, [Lord Mayor of TiOndon, 1326,] gu. a i 
saltier, betw. four fleurs-de-lis, or. j 

Brilayne, chequy, or and az. a tower, triple tow- 1 
ered, erm. port displayed sa. within a bordure \ 
gTi. charged with eight leopmrds, passant, of the J 
first. I 

Bryfayne, chequy, or and az. a canton erm. within I 
a bordure gu. charged with eight lions, passant, 
guardant, of the first. 
Bretargii, [Bretargh, Lancashire,] ar. a fret 
gu. on a chief or, a lion, passant, of the second. 
Bretargh, ar. a fret gu. on a chief or, a lion, pas- 
sant, betw. two cross crosslets sa. 
Bretcock, az. three brits, naiant, ppr. 
Breteche, [1199,] sa. a lion, rampant, double 

queued, ar. crowned or. 
Bretewell, gu. six cross crosslets, fitcliee, ar. 

three, two, and one. 
Briiwell, [Britwell, Bucks,] gu. a fesse, nebulee, 

or. 
BrujldiLcU, or Britwell, [Bucks,] ar. ou a cross 

sa. five lozenges or. 
Bretingham, erm. a pile az. 
Bretland, [Thorncliffe, Cheshire,] ar. a haw- 
thorn tree, erased, vert, flowered gu. 
Breton, [Cambridgeshire,] ar. two bars sa. a 

label of three points gu. 
Breton, ar. two talbots, passant, gu. (Another, 

statant.) 
Breton, [Norfolk,] quarterly, ar. and gu. in the 
first quarter a mullet sa. — Crest, a demi talbot 
gu. eaied, collared, and lined or, holding in 
his feet the line coiled up. 
Breton, or Bretton, [Northamptonshire,] ar. a 
fesse, dancettee, gu. in chief three boars' heads, 
couped, sa. — Crest, on a mural coronet gu. a 
boar's head, couped sa. 
Breton, [London, Statlordshire, and Leicester- 
shire,] az. a bend, betw. six mullets, pierced, 
or. — Crest, a lion's gamb, erased, az. charged 
with a chev. or, betw. three billets ar. 
Breton, [Lincolnshire.] Same arms, the mullets 

pierced gii. 
Breton, [Norfolk and lincolushire,] az. a bend, 

betw. six mullets or. (Another, ar.) 
Breton, [Winchinghmn, Norfolk,] quarterly, per 
fesse indented, ar. and gu. a mullet for difl'e- 
rencc, 
Breton, [Essex,] az. two chev. or, on the first a 
mullet sa. — Crest, ou a liou's gamb az. a chev. 
or, charged w ith a nudlet sa. 
Breton, [llaxsted, Essex,] az. two chev. or. in 
chief as many mullets of the second. 



B U E 

Jhclon, or, fretty sa. a cbief of the sccoud. 

Jiiilon, fir. a lion, passant, sa. 

lirelon, or Bret ton, ar. a fesse, dancettce, gii. 

hetw. three boars' heads, couped, sa. 
Brclon, az. a bond or, betw. six escallops ar. 
Breton, cpiavterly, ar. and gu. in the first quarter 

ii mullet of the second. 
Breton, az. a bend, befv/. six martlets or. 
Breton, az. a bend ar. fretty ^i. betw. six nmllets 

or. C Another, the niidlcts of six points.) 
Breton, [Essex,] az. hvo chev. or. 
Breton, ai'. a chev. betw. three door-staples t^u. 
Breton, quarterly, sa. and ar. on the first a hon, 

pnssant, g-uardant, or. 
Breton, quarterly, ar. and sa. two lions, and as 

many mullets, countercliang-ed. 
Breton, quarterly, ar. and sa. on tlie first a lion, 

rarnpant, of the .second. _^ ' _ 

Breton, [SufibTk aiid Essex,] quarterly, or and 

p,u. a bordure az. 
Breton, or, a cross crosslet az. 
Breton, [Temp. Ken. IL] az. a tun, in fesse, ar. 

over if a scroll of the second, inscribed BRE. 
Breton, az. two chev. or, in chief as many rauUefs 

of six points of the second. 
Breton, lozengy, or and sa. a chief of the se- 
cond. 
Breton, az. two chev. betw. three mullets or, 

pierced ^u. 
Breton, w. abend, betw. six mullets gu. 
Breton, quarterly, ar. and sa. in the first a lion, 

rampant; in the second a mullet, couuterchan- 

ged. 
Breton, ar. a chev. betw. three escallops gu. 
Breton, ar. a fesse, indented, and three boars' 

heads, gu. 
Breton, quarterly, or and gu. a border engr. az. 
Breton, sa. fretty ar. a chief or. 
Briton, or Briiton, paly of six, or and gu. a bend 

sa. guttce d'eau. 
Brillon, quarterly, per fesse indented, ar. aJid sa. 

in the first quarter a mulle't of the last. 
Britton, ar. a cross crosslet az. 
Bretlon, gii. a pile ar. 
Bretokon, az. on a bend, betw. six mullets, or, 

a bear's gamb, couped at the knee, sa. 
Brktoste, az. a lion, rampant, sans tail, within 

an orle of crosses moline ar. 
liiuri T, ar. on a bend gu. nine billets, five and 

four ar. 
Ihett, or, a hon, rampant, within an orle of cross 

crosslets, gii. — Crest, a lion, passant, gu. 
Brett, [Jx'icestershiro,] gu. a fesse, dancettee, 

iietw. eight billets, four and four, or. 
Brett, ar. a lion, rampant, gu. charged on the 

shoulder with a trefoil, slipped, or, betw. eight 



BRE 

(another ten) cross crosslcls, fitchee, of the 
second. 

Brett, az. flory ar. a lion, rampant, regunrdant, 
of the second, on his shoulder a mullet, overall 
a bend gu. 

Brett, per chev. embattled, or and gu. three 
cinquefoils counterchanged. 

Brett, [Kent,] az. five cinquefoils, in saltier, ar. 
— Crest, a grifliii's head, betw. two wings ex- 
panded, az. beaked or. 

Brett, [Wapinthorne, Essex,] gu. a fesse, dan- 
cettee, betw. ten billets, or, four in cliief, and 
three, two, and one in base. 

Brett, [Somersetsliire,] ar. a lion, rampant, betw. 
nine cross crosslels, fitchee, gu. 

Brett, [Leicestershire and Gloucestershire,] gu. a 
fesse, dancettee, betw. ten bezants. — Crest, on 

a toy.er ar, a man^sjiead pjor,. . , 

<-ctt, gu. a grifBn, segreant, ar. 

Brett, [Leicestershire,] gii. a fesse, dancettee, 
ar. betw. twelve billets or. 

Brett, [Kent and Devon,] or, a lion, rampant, 
■witliiu an orle of cross crosslets, fitchee, gu. — 
Crest, a lion, passant, gu. 

Brett, [Kent,] or, a lion, rampant, guardtait, 
betw. five cross crosslets, fitchee, gu. 

Brett, [Staflbrdshire,] ar. on a chev. az. three 
bezants. — Crest, a lion's gimib, erect, and erased, 
ar. grasping a wolf's head, erased, ppr. (Ano- 
ther, a dragon's vert.) 

Brett, or, tbee piles az. 

Brett, [Devon,] ar. fretty gu. on a chief or, semee 
of cross crosslets, fitchee, of the second, and a 
lion, rampant, of the last. 

Brett, ar. crusily, fitchee, gu. a lion, rampant, of 
the second, (on liis shoulder an estoil^,) armed 
and laugued, or. 

Brett, sa. a fesse ar. betw. three escallops or. 

Brett, [London,] ar. crusily, fitchee, gu. a lion, 
ran)pant, of the second. 

Brett, gu. in chief a lion, passant, guardant, 
(another, reguai-dsuit,) or. 

Brett, ar. a bend gu. billettee of the field. 

Brett, gu. a bend, betw. six martlets, or. 

Brett, gu. in chief a lion, rampant, or. 

Brett, [Leicestershire,] gu. a fesse, indented, 
betw. ten billets, or. 

Brett, or Bret, gu. a lion, passant, reguardmit, or. 

Brett, [Somersetshire,] ar. a lion, rampant, betw. 
five cross crosslets, fitchee, gu. 

Brett, or Britl, [Brccknocksliire,] per chev. em- 
battled, gu. and or, three cinquefoils, cotmter- 
changed. 

Brett, az. semee of cross crosslets ar. a lion, ram- 
pant, or. — Crest, a lion, ])assnnt, or. 

Brette, ar. a lion, rampant, within a bordure, gu. 
[ K] 



B R E 

liritf, or Jhitiza, [Devon,] sa. a fesse ar. (ano- 
ther, or) bolw. tliri'c escallops or. 

Briile, ;ir. a clicv. compoiiy, az. and or. 

Brite, iir. a bond sa. 

Biu:ttauciii.v, ar. a fntt, brettcsscd, sa. 

liRKTTY, clit-quy, ar. and az. 

IJRi'TVii.i,, f,Mi. "a raft or flout, removed, or. 

]J)n;i i.i', pu. a {^iflin, segreant, or. 

IJniANin-, ar. a pod of smooth scorpion grass 
\er(. 

Bhi'.\iti:r, ar. on a cross, quarter pierced, az. 
four fleurs-de-lis or. 

13rj'\NI.ng, gu. a flag spear-bead in pale, and 
two in saltier, ar. gorged with a coronet or, a 
bordure, nebulee, of the last and az. 

Brkw.VS, or, two chew gu. within a bordure, 
engr. az. 

Bri;\vi-.r, [Ivondon and Somersetshire,] gn. two 
bends, wavy, or, a chief vair, a mnllet for dilFe- 
ronc(!. — Crest, a syren, (charged -with a mullet 
for diflercnce.) her human part p])i'. her tail 
scaled or and gn. divided by parallel lines wavy. 
[Jleralds Oj/ice, London, "C. 24.] 

Brexrcr, or Briier, [Kent,] gu. two bends, wavy, 
or, a canton vair.-— Crest, out of a mural coronet, 
a hand aiul arm, conpcd at the elbow, habited 
pi. billettee or, holding in the baud ppr. a bat- 
tle-axe ar. 

Breircr, [Devon,] gu. two bends, wavy, or. 

Brewer, or !//•;/«■, [De\ on,] gni. two bends, waved, 
th(> first ar. the second or. 

Brewer, ar. a lion, rampant, tail forchee, gu. 

Hrikrs, or, a lion gu. tail forked. 

I5ri'.\Vi:i!Cot'1', ar. a cross patonce vert, overall 
a label of three points gu. 

Brt.wks, See Brlce. 

Urkavin, ar. a chev. engr. sa. betw. three (reftils, 
slipped, vert. — Crest, two eagles' wings, endor- 
sed, p))r. semec of trefoils, sli])ped, vert. 

Bui.wi.KY, erm. on a bend, betw. t^vo lions' 
liiacK, erased, gu. three chev. or. — Crest, a lion, 
r<inij)ai]|, ppr. semee of rouudles ai'. holding in 
hii ]>a\\s a shield erm. thereon a bend g-u. char- 
ged with three chev. or. 

Bri;\v\, nr. an eagle, displayed, sa. 

BriKiii, [South Okenden, Essex,] az. a cross 
moline or. 

Brill/ II, az. a cross, engr. or. 

Bntijii, [Shropshire,] ar. an eagle, disjilaved, sa. 
charged on the bn-ast with a fleur-de-lis or. 

Bruen, [Stapleford, Cheshire,] ar. an eagle, dis- 
played, sa. — Crest, a fisherman, per ]>ale, ar. 
Hud sa. each several article of dress comiter- 
eliaiigod ; in tlu^ right hand a fisherman's stafl', 
•n the sinister a landing net thrown over the 
shoulder or. 



B R I 

Bruyin, quarterly, gu. and az. four estoiles or. 
Bruijin, az. a lion, rampant, ar. billettee gu. 
Brui/in, [Essex and Sun'ey,] az. a cross sarcely, 
or moline, or. — Crest, a goat ar. attired or. 

]}i!i'.wsiF.RE, [IMiddlesex,] sa. three antelopes' 

heads, erased, ar. armed or. 
Bri;wstf.I), sa. a fesse erm. betw. three estoiles 

ar. — Crest, a leopard's head and neck, erased, 



Bri 



sa. a chev. erm. betw. three estoiles 



Breicsler, [Northampton,] az. a chev. erm. betw. 
three estoiles ar. — Crest, a leopard's head, 
erased, sa. (anctJicr, az.) bezantee. 

Bkkwswarb, sa. three antelopes' heads couped 
or. 

Erewys. See Bruce. 

Bdkvstox. See Breston. 

Brian, or, three ])iles vert, within a bordure az. 

Brian, or, three piles az. (Another, with a label 
of three points gu.) 

Brian, or, three piles vert. 

BiHANSON, gyronny of eight, az. and or. 

Brianson, gyronny of eight, ar. and az. 

Brianson, gyronny of twelve, ar. and az. 

Brianson, gyronny of ten, or and az. 

Brick, [Somersetshire,] sa. a gTiflin, passant, or. 
• — Crest, a lion's head, erased, erm. pierced 
through with an arrow or, feathered and headed 
ar. 

Brice, [Loudon and Lancashire, 1406,] ar. fretty 
gu. over all a cross of the first, all within a bor- 
dure sa. charged with eight cincjuefoils ar. 

Brice, [Sir Hugh, Lord Mayor of Loudon, 14S5.] 
The same with the cinquefoils or. 

Brice, alias Bruce, [ICilroot, Ireland,] or, a saltier 
gu. within a bordure, wavy, of the last: on a 
chief of the second, a mullet, in the dexter 
chief point, of the first. — Crest, a cubit aria, 
erect, ppr. grasping a scimctar ar. liilt and 
jiomel or. [Conjinned at the Lyon OJ/ice, 
Kdinhurgh, lOlh June, 1G93.] 

Briciier, [Essex,] or, a saltier, betw. foiu- lion.«, 
rampant, sa. 

Brickualk, az. a chev. or, betw. three sheaves, 
each of seven arrows, gold, flighted, headed, 
and banded, gu. — Crest, a sheaf of arrows, as 
in the arms. [^Granted to John Brickdale, of 
Bristol, 17G5.] 

Brickdale. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a 
demi lion, ram[)ant, supporting a spear, ])["■- 
thereon a standard az. I'ringed and tasselled 
gold, charged with a sheaf of .live arrows, 
pheoned of the first, flighted ar. pointed and 



B 11 I 

banded gu. [Granted to Mallhew Bricldale, of 

Clifton, near Bristol, May 17, ITCS.] 
Brick Ell, [Cheshire,] sa. tliree garbs or, vithin 

a bordure ar. (Another, the bordurc or.) 
Brickkx, ar. tliree hills az. 
Brick ET, or Brvket, [Cheshire,] sa. three 

garbs or, witliiii a bordure, engr. ar. 
Bricket, ar. three talbots' heads, erased, on a 

chief gu. three garbs or. 
Briket, [Lanrashire,] sa. three garbs, within a 

bordurc, engr. or. (Another, the bordure ar.) 
Briket, ar. three talbots' heads, erased, gu. on a 

chief sa. as many garbs or. 
Brickill, ar. on a mount in liase, verf, a lirick- 

kiln of four stories gu. tlamant and funiant, on 

the second and top stories, i)pr. 
Briokleton, ar. ona chev. betw. three leopards' 

heads sa. as many mullets or. 
Brickley, ai-. a chev. betv.-. thi-ee martlets sa. a 

cliief. engr. vert. 
Brickley, ar. th.ree wall-stones, in pale, or. 
Brickm.^N, gu. a tro-nel ar. ha?Klle or, and a 

brick-axe of the second. 
Brickman, ar. three tubs gu. 
Bricks, ar. a rose, betw. three bricks, gu. 
Bricus, sa. three garbs or, ou a cliief of tlie se- 
cond, a talbot's head, erased, betw. two billets, 

&«• 
Brid, ar. a cross patouce, betw. tliree martlets, 

gu. on a canton az. a crescent or. [Granted 

to Robert le Brid, abas Bird, of Brixton, in 

Cheshire, February 20, 1-375.] 
Bridall, az. three estoiles, betw. two geuielles, 

in bend ar. [Granted to Walter Bridall, Juq. 

of Middlesex, June 21, IGGD.] 
Bridde, ar. a cross formee, (another, flory,) 

betw. four mullets, gu. 
Bridde. The same, adding a canton az. 
BrideleSHALEE, ar. two bars, cottised, az. in 

chief three mullets gu. 
Brideport, [Somersetshire,] ar. abend, betw. 

six roses gu. 
Briueshall, [Lincolnshire,] ar. two bars ge- 

melles az. betw. three mullets gu. 
Bridge, [Bosbury, Herefordshire,] az. a chief 

gu. over all, a bend, engr. sa. charged in the 

dexter point with a chaplet or. — Crest, two 

wings endorsed, ar. on each a chev. engr. sa. 

cliarged with a chaplet or. 
Bridye, [Lancashire,] ar. a bend sa. and a chief 

of the second. (Another, gu.) 
Bridyc, [Scotland,] gu. a bridge of one arch ar. 

masoned sa. with streams transflueut ppr. 
Bridyc, ar. three owls sa. 
Jiridye, [Bosbury, Herefordshire, and Essex,] 

ar. a chief gu. over all, a bend, engr. sa. — 



B R I 

Crest, two wings endorsed ar. on each a chev. 
engr. sa. charged with a chaplet or. 

Bridger, or Bricer, [Gloucestershire, and 
Combe, Sussex,] ar. a chev. engr. ^a. (another, 
az ) betw. three sea-crabs gu. 

Bridyer, or Briyer, ar. a chev. engr. betw. three 
sea-cral)s gu. 

Bridyer, ar. a chev. engr. sa. betw. three crabs 
gu. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a crab 
gu. [Borne by V/ilUam Bridyer, Esq. of 
East ree- Court, Kent, 1823.] A Subscriber. 

Bridyer, ar. a chev. betw. three crabs gu. 

Bridgen, [Lord Slayor of London, 17G4,] az. 
a bridge of three arches, embattled at top, in 
fesse, ar. masoned sa. betw. three sea-lions, ])as- 
saut, or. — Crest, a demi mariner, ppr. habited 
in russet, round the waist a sash, and on his head 
a cap gu. in his dexter hand a sphere, held out, 
or, his sinister ai-m resting on an anchor of the 
last. 

Bridges, emi. a cross pean. 

Bridycs, [Gloucestershire,] ar. on a cross sa, a 
leopard's head or. — Crest, a man's head ppr. 
side-faced, couped below the shoulder, vested, 
paly of six, all ar. semce of torteauxes, and 
wreath round the temples ar. and az. 

Bridyes, gu. three bars gemelles or, a canton az. 

Briiiyes, [Chillingford, and Badow, Essex,] ar. 
three escocheons gu.each charged with a bend, 
vairc, ar. and sa. betw. two roses or. — Crest, a 
boar, passant, ar. pierced through the neck with 
a broken spear, headed, ai-. and embrused gu. 
[Grantedlbm.^ 

Bridyes, az. fretty ar. a chief or. 

Bridyes, [Kent,] az. three water-bougels or, 
within a bordure erm. — Crest, out of a ducal 
coronet or, a moor's head, side-foced, ppr. 

Bridyes, [Sir John, Lord jMayor of Ivondon, 
1520,] ar. on a cross sa. a leopard's head or, a 
nuillet for difference. 

Bridyes, [Norfolk,] or, three bars gu. a canton 
sa. 

Bn/dyes, quarterly ; first, ar. on a cross sa. a leo- 
pard's face or (for Bridyes); second, or, a pile 
gu, (for ChandosJ ; third, sa. a lion, rampant, 
guardant, or, betw. two escallops ar. (for Gib- 
bon); fourth, ar. a lion, rampant, gu. bet^v. 
three iiluons, sa. (for Eyerlon.J — Crest, on a 
wreath, the bust of an old man, side-faced, ppr. 
vested, paly of six, ar. and gu. and seniee of 
roundies counterchangcd, wreathed round the 
teni])les ar. and az. [Borne hy Col. John M il- 
liin/i Head Brydycs, of Wooion-Cottrl, near 
Canterbury, Kent. 1824.] 

Bridgiiouse, ar. on a square tower, is'^uant out 
of the base, surmounted by an ojjcn port (or 
[ r 2] 



B R I 

arch), joined to two towers gu. the roof qiiadran- 
g-ular, or divided into four gable ends az. 

BRiDGXfAN, [Castle-Bromwich, Warwickire,] sa. 
ten plates, four, three, two, and one, on a 
chief ar. a lion, passant, ermines. — Crest, a 
denii lion, rampant, ar. holding betw. the paws 
a gailaiid of laurel ppr. 

Brid(j]nan, az. ten bezants, on a chief ar. a lion, 
passant, so. 

Bridt/mcin, [Warwickshire,] sa. ten plates, four, 
three, two, and one, on a chief ar. a hon, pas- 
sant, of the Held. 

Bridgman, ar. ten pellets, on a chief .... a lion, 
passant 

Bridgeman, sa. ten plates, on a chief ar. a hon, 
passant, ermines. — Crest, a fox, sejant, ppr. 

JjRinGEWATF.R, ar. an eagle, displayed, sa. on 
a chief az. three ileursTde-lis or. — Crest, a demi 
stag, or, attired sa." . 

Bvidgewaier, sa. an eagle, displayed, ar. 

Bridgvmter, ar. an arch of a bridge, extended and 
trij)le-towered gu. iji base water, with three 
ships therein, all ppr. 

Bridgmorf, gu. a wall extended, in fesse, arched, 
inarched, on the top a tower, battled, with 
a round roof, betw. two other turrets of the 
same. 

BRJLU.r.n, [Devon,] ar. a bridle or. 

Bridlehall, or Bkidlkshaw, [Lincolnshire 
and Lancashire,] ar. two bars gemelles az. in 
chief three mullets gii. 

Bridmanston, [Dorsetshire,] ar. seven lozen- 
ges sa. three, three, and one. 

Bridmanston, ar. six lozenges gu. 

Bridmanstreetk, ar. seven masclcs, conjunct, 
sa. 

Bkidon, [St. Edmund's Bury, Sufi'olk,] ar. 
three hawks' heads, erased, sa. a bordure engr. 
az. bezantee. — Crest, a hawk's head, erased, 
sa. charged wi'th three bezants, two and one. 

Brierley, [London,] ar. a cross, potent, gu. in 
the dexter corner a fleur-de-lis or. — Crest, a 
cross, potent, fitchee, gu. betw. two wings ar. 
[Granted 1G25.] 

Brierh'ii, ar. a cross crosslet gu. 

Bricrleij, ar. a cross crosslet sa. 

Brieks, [Bedfordshire,] az. a chev. flory, coun- 
terllory, crin. betw. three mullets pierced, ar. — 
Crest, a demi leopard, rampant, guardant, 
erased, az. gorged vrith a collar ar. charged with 
three mullets, pierced, gu. 

Brige, ar. three owls sa. beaked and legged, 
or. 

Brigkork, gu. two bars betw. three martlet,s or. 
CAnotJier, the martlets ar.) 

Bri'iford, gu. betw. tvvo bars, three martlets ar. 



B R I 

Briggerake, or, two eagles' legs, issuant fron; 

the sinister, barways, gu. 
Eriggs, [IJaughton*, Shi-opsliire,] gii. three bars 

gemelles or, on a canton sa. a crescent of the 

second. — Crest, an arm, emhowed, covered 

with leaves vert, holding hi the hand ppr. a bow 

gu. strung sa. and an aiTow ar. 
Briggs, [London and Shropshire,] or, tlu'ee inrs- 

cocheons gu. each charged ^^th a bend vair. — 

— Crest, on a stump of a tree, erased and 

cou))ed, or, sprouting two new branches vert, a 

pelican or, vulning her breast gu. 
Briggs, [Yorksiiire,] ar. on an inescocheon gu. a 

bend vair, betw. two cinquefoils or, within, engr. 

az. bezantee. 
Briggs, [Salop,] gu. three bars gemelles or, a 

canton sa. charged with a crescent, which can- 

toix,.was altered to a canton ermines 1682.. ., ^ . 
Rriggs, or Brigg, ar. three owls sa. ' . 

Briggs, quarterly, or and gu. a canton sa. 
Briggs, [Norfolk,] gu. tv/o bars, voided, or, a 

cantoy erm. 
Briggs, [Ilaughton, Salop,] gii. two bars gemelles. 

or, on a canton sa. a crescent of the second. 
Briggs, [Brecknockshire,] ar. three escocheons 

gu. each charged with a bend of the field. — 

Crest, an arm, vambraced, and hand holding a 

bow and arrow p]5r. 
Bryggs, ar. three bars, and a canton gu. 
Brigges, [Westmoreland,] ar. a fleur-de-lis, betw. 

thiee inescocheons, gu. each charged v.ith a 

bend of the field. — Crest, a fo.x, pi)r. 
Brygge, or Briggs, [Norfolk,] gu. three bars 

gemelles or, a canton sa. 
Brigiiam, [Yorkshire,] ar. a saltier, engr. vert. 
Brigham, az. a chev. betw. three lions, rampant, or. 
Brigham, [York,] sa. a fleur-de-lis, within an orle 

of martlets sa. 
Brigham, or Briggam, [Yorkshire,] ar. a fleur-de- 
lis betw. eight martlets in orle sa. 
Brigham, [Yorkshire,] ar. a fesse, betw. three 

trefoils, shpped, gu. 
Brighlen, per chev. indented, ar. and gu. 
Brighouse, [Lincolnshire,] sa. on a fesse, betw. 

three hous, rampant, or, as many crescents of 

the field. — Crest, out of a mural coronet or, a 

tiger's head ar. 
Bright, per pale, az. and gu. a bend, betw. two 

mullets ar. — Crest, the sun in liis glory or, in 

clouds ppr. 
Bright, [iiadsworth, Yorkshire,] per pale, az. and 

gu. a bend, betw. two inullets, or. 
Bright, jier pale, gu. ami az. a bend, betw. two 

mullets, in ])ale ar. [Granted to Stephen Bright, 

of Carhrook, Yorkshire, ICMl.] 
Bright, [Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk,] sa. a fesse. 



B R I 

ar. bctw. three escallops or. — Crest, a clrao:on's 
hfad, git. vomitiiij;- flames of fire ppr. collaretl 
nnd lined or. [Granted, KJJO.] 

Br'uilit, az. three midlets, pierced, niid a chief in- 
dented or. (Another, [Cheshire,] mullets, 
pierced.) — Crest, a demi grifiiii, holdiiig in liis 
dexter claw a mullet sa. 

Brujhf, [Claybroke, Northumberland,] per pale, 
az. and gii. a bend, bet\v. two mullets, ar. 

jjKiGHTiiRiDGE, [JJuckinghamsliire,] sa. on a 
liend or, betw. two cijiquefoils ar. tliree boars' 
heads, erased, sa. muzzled of the second. 

Dkightely, [Devon,] ar. a chev. indented, goi. 

Jirirjhthj, or Brigley, [Devon.] TJie same. 

Jhifihtly , ar. a cross crosslet gu. 

Ee'igiitman, or Eriztman, [Paris-Garden, 
Smrey,] az. a chev. betw, three lions, rampant, 
ar. (Another, or.) — Crest, a dexter arm, em- 
Lo-sved, in armour, ppr. garnished or, holding in _ 
the gauntlet a sword ar. liiit of the second, tied 
rouutl the arm with a sash or and purp. the 
arm issuing out of rays g'old. 

Brigiitmeke, or Biughtmork, gu. ix cliev. 
bctw. three swaiis' heads, erased, ar. (Another, 
the lieads conped.) 

13RIGHTRIDGE, [Oxford,] sa. on a bend, betw. 
two cinquefoils or, three bears' heads, erased, 
of the first, muzzled ar. a crescent for diftereiice. 

BniGiiTRiXTON, or BRiTiXTON.ar. three boars' 
heads, betw. seven cross crosslets, fitchee, gu. 
[Heralds' Office, Essex, C. 21.] 

Brightwalton, sa. a bend, ar. betw. three 
cross crosslets, fitchee, gu. 

Bin G.MAN, [Yorkshire,] ar. a saltier, engr. vert. 
Another, the saltier sa. 

Ih-igman, [Cum.berland,] ar. a fleur-de-lis, within 
an orle of martlets sa. 

Brujman, [Yorkshire,] ar. a fessc, sa. betw. three 
trefoils, slipped, gu. 

lirifjman, ar. three fleurs-de-lis, within an orle of 
martlets sa. 

Brig RAKE, ar. three griflins, in fesse, gTi. 

Brikes, or, a chev. betw. three ravens' heads, 
erased, sa. 

Brikes, ax. a chev. betw. tliree boars' heads, 
erased, sa. 

BniKET. See Bricket. 

Hrim, gu. a fessc or. betw. six martlets ar. 

IjRiMKiHLD, or Bkimeold, gTi. three lions, pas- 
sant, ar. 

BuiN, [Cheshire,] ar. aa eagle, imperial, sa. 

BiiiND, ar. on a chev. betw. three hands, couped, 
and heudwavs sinister sa. tliree spears' lieads of 
the first. 

I'KiNDESLEY, Brinsley, or Brindsley, per 
fhcv. or and sa. three escallops counterchanged. 



B R I 

Brindesley, per pale, or and sa. a chev. betw. 
three escallops, all counterchanged. 

Brine, ar. on a chev. az. five estoiles or, in chief 
six guttecs de sang, four and two. 

Bringuorne, [Fenshaw, Kent,] sa. a ])ile or, 
over all a fesse counterchanged. — Crest, on a 
wolf's head, erased, sa. a pile or. 

Bringiiam, [Devonshire,] ar. a pile sa. over all 
a chev. counterchanged. 

Brlngham, or, on a fesse gu. three water bougetsar. 

Brinc/ha?n, az. a bend lozengy or. 

Brinr/ham, az. a bond, engr. or. 

Bringiioke, [Terrington, Norfolk,] paly of four, 
az. and gu. over all a fesse dancettee, betw. 
three bulls' heads, erased, or. 

Bring HURST, [Leicestersliire,] az. two bars erm. 
in chief thiee escallops or. — Crest, an arm em- 
bowed, habited in mail ar. holding in the hand 
ppr. a .s|]iked club sa. spikes or. , 

Brinkhurst, gu. a Hon, rampant,' ar. clucally 
crowned or, holding in each fore foot a bezant. 
— Crest, a demi hon, as in the arms. 

Brinkesisornk, [Berks,] gu. a griflin, segieant. 
or, over all a bend, erm. a chief chequy, or and gu. 

Brinklow, or Bringlow, per pale, ar. and 
g-u. baiTy of four, each charged with a leopard's 
face and fleur-de-lis, all counterchanged. — Crest, 
a demi lion, or, supporting a flaming sword gu. 
liilt of the first. 

Brinley, [Berks,] az. a hon, salient, oj-. 

Brixton, ar. a chev. betw. tlu-ee martlets, sa. 

Brinton, gu. a lion, rirmpant, ar. tail forked. 

Briuion, sa. five fusils, in bend, ar. 

Brinton, gu. a lion, rampant, tail forchee or. 

Brinton, gu. a lion, rampant, tail forchee erm, 

Brisbane, [Bishoptown, Scotland,] sa. a chev. 
chequy, or and gu. betw. tliree cushions of the 
second. — Crest, a stork's head, erased, holding 
in her beak a serpent, Avaved, ppr. 

Brisbane, [Sir John, Scotland,] sa. a chev. chequy 
or and gu. betw, three cushions of the second, 
within a bordure, vair. — Crest, a serpent v.reath- 
ed about an anchor in pale, ppr, 

Brisbane, sa, a chev, chequy or and gu. betw. 
three cushions of the second, ■\\ithin a bordure, 
chequy, ar, and sa. — Crest, a hillock, semce of 
ants p]3r. 

Brisuon, or Brisbone, ar. on a chev. sa. tliree 
martlets or, 

Brisewortii, vert, a lion, rampant, crowned, or, 

Briseworth, vert, a lion, rampant, ar. crowned or. 

Briske, lozengy and masculy, gu. and or. 

Briskoo, or Brisco, [Crofton, Cumberland,] 
ar. three greyhounds, courant, in pale, sa. — 
Crest, a greyhound, courant,. sa. seizing a hare, 
ppr ■-: ■ - ■■ ■■■ 



See EiiETEWLL) 



B U O 

Brisi-AY, or, on a fessc, oiig^r. gii. befw. three 
cock jjlieasants of tlio first; anil jelloped of the 
second ; as many crosses, formee, ar. each charged 
^vitIl fnc pi'llets. — Crest, a cock pheasant ppr. 
standing- among- small (lev ers, a?., leaved vert. 

JJristow, [Hertfordshire,] cnn. on a fesse, cot- 
liscd, sa. three crescents, or.— Crest, out of a 
crescent or, a demi eagle, displayed, az. 

Britain K. Sec Bretaignk. 

Briiayne. See Brf.TAIGNE. 

Brituy, gu. a fesse, hetw. ten liiilets, ar. 

Briihy, gu. a fesse, indented, betw. ten billets, ar. 

Brite. See Brett. 

Britlev, az. a lion, rampant, guardant, or. 

BrUlcy, sa. two lious, passant, guardant, ar. 

Briton, ov Britton. See Breton. 

Britt, or Britiza, [Devon.] See Breti-. 

Britu-, [Devon,] sa. a fesse ar. (another, or.) 
lietw'. three escallops or.' -. ' - 

Britxixton, ar. semee de cross crosslets, three 
boars' heads, gu. 

Br IT WELL, 

Brigiitwell, 

Briweke, [Temp. Henry II.] gu. two bcuds, 
wavy, or. 

]5RITAVESi LL, sa. a fesse, erni.betw. three weasels, 
courant, ar.— Crest, a salmon, naiant, ppr. (An- 
other, a turbot, ar.) 

Brixton, [Devon and Cornwall,] erni. on a 
canton, sa. a horse's head, couped, ar. vith bit 
and reins, gu. (Another, bridled, sa. bosses, or.) 

Brixton, erm. on a canton sa. a horse's head, 
couped, ar. bit and reins, or. 

BR0AD13ENT, Or Brodbent, per pale, erm. and 
az. a fesse, wavy, gu. — Crest, on a vreath, a 
pheon, ar. the point guttee de sang, the staff 
broken near the ])oint, or. 

Broaijoke, [Suflolk,] or, on abend, engr. erm. 
two crescents, gu. 

Broardsi'EARE, [Wales,] ar. on a cross, gu. 
five mullets or. 

Broase, az. semee of cross crosslets, gu. a lion, 
ram])ant, or, armed and langucd, gii. 

Broatiiam, az. a cross, engr. ar. 

Broathiim, az. a cross, engr. or. 

Brohacii, or, an annulet beset with three boat- 
hooks, in triangle, sa. 

Brohrach, ar. three feathers in pale, each bend- 
ing from the other in the tops, gu. shafts (or 
quill.s) or. 

BRonRouGii, ar. a slip of three leaves vert. 

BROcinvELL, [Wales,] sa. three nags' heads, 
erased, ar. two and one. 

Brock, ar. on a chev. engi-. betw. tlu-ce boars' 
heads, couped, sa. an anindet, or. 

Brock, sa. a fesse, luimettee, bctw. three bears' 



B R 

heads, erased, ar. [Grayited to Rohcrt Brotk, 
Esq. of Chester, .3c/ of September, lOSO.] 

Brock, ar. tliree brocks ppr. 

Brock, [Saltivood, Kent,] ar. on a bcndj sa. a 
leure or. 

Brock, az. a fleur-de-lis, or, on a chief, ar. a 
lion, passant, guardant, gii. — Crest, an escallop 
or. 

Brock, or Brocke, [Uj)lon, Cheshire,] gu. on a 
chief, ar. a lion, passant, (another, passant, 
guardant,) of the Cold.- — Crest, a demi lion, 
rampant, gu. in the dexter paw a dart or, fea- 
thered, gu. 

Brock, gu. ou a lozenge or, a chev. az. 

Brock, chequy, ar. and sa. 

B7-0C, ax. a badger, passant, sa. 

Broc, gu. on a chief ar. a lion, passant, of the 
first. . -.- . 

Brqcas,- Sir Eicliard, [Lord Mayor of London, , 
1730,] sa. ahou, rampant, guardant, or. — Crest, 
a man's head, couped, at the shoulders and ra- 
diated as the sun ppr. 

Brockets, or, a lion, rampant, guardant, sa. tail 
forked. 

Brockas, or Brokas, [Hants,] sa. a lion, ram- 
pant, guardant, or. 

Brockas, or, a lion, rampant, sa. tail forked. 

Brockas, [Hants,] sa. a lion, rampant, or. 

Brockas, sa. a lion, rampant, ar. crowned or. 

Brockus, sa. a lion, rampant, guardant, ar. — 
Crest, on a AVreath, a floor's head, couped at 
the shoulders, -wreathed about the temples, all 
ppr. 

Brokas, ar. two lions, jiassant, guardant, sa. 

Brockdon, [Brockdon, Devon,] per chev. ar. 
and gu. a chev. bet',\-. tlu-ee lions, rampant, 
counterchanged.- — Crest, a stag's head, erased, 
per chev. ar. and gn. attired or. 

Brock ES15Y, [Leicestershii-e,] barry nebulee, ar. 
and sa. a canton, gu. 

Brockeshy, [Leicestershire,] barry nebulee, ar. and 
sa. on a canton gu. an annulet, or. 

Brock EST, sa. a lion, rampant, ar. cro-wned or. 

Brocket, [Brocket-Hall, Hertfordshire,] or, a 
cross patonce, sa. — Crest, a stag, lodged, sa. 
ducally gorged and lined or. 

Brocket, or, a cross engr. sa. — Crest, a bi'ocket, 
or young deer, lodged ppr. 

Brocket, or Jirockhil/, [Kent,] gu. a cross betw. 
tv.elve cross crosslets, fitchee, or. — Crest, on a 
mount vert, a badger, or brock, sa. 

Brocket, or Brockctt, [Hertfordshire, Temp. 
Henry A'L] or, a cross, (lory, sa. 

Brokct, or, on a pile az. a grifiin, passant, ar. 

Brockhill, gu. a cross, betw. twelve cross 
crosslets, ar. ..'-•... 



B R O 

Brockhill, or BrochhuU, [Aldington, Kent,] gu. a 
cross, ciigT. ar. bftw. tnelvc cross crosslets or. 

Brockhill, gu. a cross eugT. betw. f-\velvo cross 
crosslets, fltcliee, ar. 

lirockill, or Bockhill, gu. a cross, eugr. ar. 

lirokele, lozcngy, or. iuid gu. a chief, az. 

13ilocKliOLE, [Laneasliiie,] ar. a cUev. betw. 
tliree brocks or badgers, sa. 

Brockhok, or Brockoh', [Brockole, Lancashire,] 
ar. three badgers, sa. 

Biockhole, ar. three boars, passant, sa. 

Brocklioh, ax. a cLev. betw. three bears, piissaut, 
sa. 

Brokeliole, or Brokhole, ar. a chev. betw. twelve 
cross crosslets, gu. 

Brokhok, nr. a chev. betw. three wolves' heads, 
erased sa. 

Brockhull, gu. a cross, per fesso, or and ar. 

Brooking, [SufTolk,] ar. a fesse undue, befw. six 

- cross crosslets, gii. "'•' "' — 

Brockleshy, gu. three lapwings or, on a chief of 
tlie last, three cross crosslets of the first. 

Brockley. See Brokeley. 

Brockman, per fesse, indented, or and az. three 
martlets, coi'.nterchai.ged. 

Biockman, [Kent, IGOG,] or, a cross, formee, 
fitchee, sa. on a chief of the second ; three fleurs- 
de-lis of the lirst. — Crest, on a .sword, erect, ar. 
liilt and pomel or, a stag's head, cabossed, ppr. 
attired of the second; the blade through the 
head, and bloody at the poiiil. 

Brochnan, [Kent,] per bend, embattled ar. and 
sa. two martlets counterchanged. 

Brokeman, [Kent,] per bend, ar. and sa. a bend, 
raguly, betw. two martlets, all coimterchauged. 

Brockton, vert, a griifin, scgreant, or. 

Broclon, [Salop,] ar. on a saltier, engr. gu. five 
fleiirs-de-lis, or. 

Brocton, vert, a griffiu, segreant, within a bor- 
dure, or. 

Broclon, gii. a chev. betw. three bears, passant, or. 

Brocton, g-u. a chev. betw. three bears, passant, 
or, within a bordure, ar. 

Brodbeak, ar. a toucan bird, ppr. 

Brodbrige, az. a fesse, dancettee, ar. 

Brodhrigge, [Sussex,] az. abroardarrov , head, ar. 
.the top of the middle part or. 

Brodden, [Northamptonshire,] ar. a bend, engr. 
sa. 

Broderley, ar. a chief or, bordured, az. 

Brodles, erm. on a chief gu. alien, rampant, or. 

Brodnax, [Kent and Cheshire,] or, two chev. 
§11. on a chief of the second; three cinquefoils, 
i'-r. — Crest, out of a mural coronet, a demi eagle, 
or, wings, gu. gorged with a collar of the se- 
cond ; charged >vith three cinquefoils,, ar. 



B R O 

Brodrick, [Wandsworth, Surrey,] ar. on a cliief 
vert, two spears' heads of the field, enibrued, gu. 
— Crest, out of a ducal coronet, or, a spear's 
head, ar. embrued, gu. 

Brodrick, ar. an elephant's head, erased, g^u. 

Brodway, ar. on a chev. betw. three pine- 
apples, vert, as many crescents or. \_Grauted 
to John Broadway, of Porlslip, Gloucester- 
shire, 9lh Janmiri/, IGlJi.] 

Brody, [Scotland,] ar. a chev. gu. betM". three 
stais, az. 

Brodie, ar. a chev. betw. three mullets, gu. — 
Crest, on a wreath, a cubit arm, ppr. holding in 
the hand tlu-ee aiTo-svs, points towards, the dexter. 
[Borne by ... . Brodie, Esq. of Salisbury, cmd 
Alexander Brodie, D.D. of East Bourne, Sus- 
sex, 1823.] 

Bhodzic, ar. the trunk of a tree, couped in base, 
gu. m cliief three pellets. 

BROG^'ar. a bbnlcervus head," "az. horned, or. 

Brograve, [Hamels, Hertfordshire and Lan- 
cashire,] ar. three Uons, passant, guardant, in 
pale, gu. — Crest, an eagle, displayed, with two 
heads, erm. each head ducally cro^^^led, or. 

Broyravc, [Loudon.] The same. 

Brokas, [Bedfordshire,] sa. a lion, rampant, 
guardant, or. 

Broke. See Brooke. 

Bkokkmole. See Brockhole. 

Brokeley, lozengy, or and gu. a chief az. 

Brokky, [London,] lozengy, or and gu. a chief, ar. 

Brockley, Sir John, [Lord Ma} or of Loudon, 
1433,] chequy, or and vert, a chief, ar. 

Brokelsbey, [Lincolnshire,] gu. three birds or, 
on a chief of the second; three crosslets of the 
field. — Crest, a brock, p])r. 

BROKJiNCROSS, az. a cross pattee, fitchee, dis- 
joined, or. 

Brokenstaffe, ar. tv,o bends, the one at the 
top, and the other at the bottom, splintered, gu. 

Broker, [Kent,] gu. on a chev. ar. three tdbots, 
passimf, sa. 

Broker, [Okcly, Northamptonshire,] or, on a fesse, 
az. three escalloj)s of the first. — Crest, a demi 
sea-horse or. 

Bkoke-Sby. See Brookesby. 

Brokesiiorne, gu. six eagles displayed, three, 
two, and one, ar. 

Broket. See Brocket. 

Brokewitt, gu. a cross betw. twelve cross cross- 
lets, fitchee, or. — Crest, on a mount vert, a 
badger, or brock, sa. 

Broklach, ar. a hurt, and label of three points, 

gu- 
Brokmale, az, a chev. disjoint or broken in the 
licad, or, 



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BrokkoSE, ^u a fcsse, the middle removed or 
dcbniised, ar. 

Brolhole, vair, a Innd, ga. 

Bkomack, [Wolcostorshire,] gii. a chev. embat- 
tled or, betv.-. three helmets, ppr. — Crest, out of 
a coronet, an armed arm, lioldiug" in the ginuitlet, 
a sword, all ppr. 

BR0.Mb0]i0UGH, sa. a chev. ar. bet^v. thre*; hands, 
erect, conped at the wrist, of the second. — 
Crest, issuinoj from a ducal coronet or, a cubit 
arm az. cuff ar. hand ppr. holding an oak branch, 
also ])pr. fnicted or. 

Bromk, [Haltou, Oxfordshire,] sa. ou a chev. ar. 
three bunches of broom-plants vert, seeded or, 
all within a bordm-e of the second. — Crest, an 
arm, couped at the elbow, mid erect, vested 
bendy wavy of six or and gu. holdiiig in the 
baud ])pr. a bunch of broom-plants, seeded or. 

Brome, ar.- a clwiv.. belw.. three beesoras, gu 

Brome, [Broom-Hall, Suffolk and Norfolk,] erm. 
a chief, indented, gu. 

Brome, [Norlolk,] ar. a chief, indented, gu. 

Brome, per fesse, indented, erm. and gu. 

Brome, az. a dexter baiid, couped at the v\Tist, in 
pale, ar. with a crescent for difference. [Grunted 
to George Brome, 12lh July ] 

Brome, erm. a chief, dnncetlee, gii. 

Brome, ar. tliree broom-branches, vert. 

Brome, or Broun, az. on a bend, cottised, ar. 
tliree vater boufrets of the first, and a mullet. 



Broome, az. a sinister hand erect, in pale, and 
couped at tho\vrist, ar. a crescent for diflerence. 
— Crest, an arm, vested, gu. turned up ar. hold- 
ing in tJie hand ppr. a slip of broom vert. 

Broome, sa. on a chev. ar. five slips of broom, 
ppr. 

]3roaieall, az. a lion, rampant, double queued, 
or. 

Bromkii.vll, ar. a chev. betw. three crosses, 
formec, fitchee, sa. 

Bromcliall, ar. a chev. betw. three cross crosslets, 
fitchee, sa. 

Bromhall, erm. on a chief az. a demi lioij, ram- 
paut, or. 

Bromhall. The same, with, a label of three points, 
ar. charged with as many erm. spots sa. 

Bromhall, az. a lion, rampaut, or, tail forked. See 
Bra.muall. 

Bromhall, [Levington, Bedfordshire,] sa. a lion, 
rampant, or. — Crest, a demi lion, or, holding 
betw. the feet a cross crosslet, fitchee, sa. 

Broviall, ar. tlu-ee Bacchus's faces couped at the 
shoulders, clothes, gu. — Crest, a Bacchus's face, 
as in the arms. 
Brommell, gu. a trefoil leaf, the stalk, imbowed at 



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the end, and fixed to a twig slipt, lying fesse- 

vays or. 
Bromhill, or, two bends az. on a chief of the last, 

two martlets of the first. 
Bro.mestalkk, gu. a chief ar. overall, an es- 

carbuncle or. 
Bromkswik-E, Bromkswicke, and Bkoms- 

WEY, gu. two lions, passant, or. 
BliOMPALiNG, ar. a horse, standing, sa. 
Bkomfiklij, [Jvent,] sa. on a chev. ar. three 

broom-sprigs vert, on a canton or, a spear's head, 

az. embrued, gu. — Crest, a demi tiger, az. 

armed and tufted or, holding erect, a broken 

sword, ar. hiked of the second. 
Bromfield, [Staffordshire, descendedout of Wales,] 

az. a hon, passant, guardant, or. — Crest, a lion, 

passant, guardant, or, gorged with a wreath or, 

and az. Her. OJf. London, C. 24. 
Broi/ifi'eld, [Lincolnshire,] gu. three li(»is, passant, 

guardant, ar. 
Bromfield, [Sir Edward, Lord Mayor of London, 

1{J37,] az. a lion, passant, or. 
Bromfield, [Essex,] ar. three fusils in fesse, betw. 

three cinquefoils gu. 
Bromfield, az. a chev. betw. three bears or. 
Bromfield, or, on a bend, gu. three nndlets ar. 
Bnniifield, ar. three liojis, jiassant, in pale, sa. 
Bromflet, or Bronslet, [Lancashire,] gu. 

three lions, passant, guardant, in pale, ar. 
Bromjlet, sa. a bend, flory, and counterflory or 
Bromfleete, sa. on a bend, flor}', counterflory 

or, tliree hurts. 
Bromfiete, sa. a bend, flory, counterflory, or. 
Bromfiett, sa. a bend, counterflory, or." 
Bromjlett, gu. a cross, fleuroimee, ar. 
Bromjlelt, ar. a bend, counterflory, gu. 
Bromley, quarterly, per fesse dancettee, or and 

gu. in the dexter chief point a crescent of the 

lost. ■ 
Bromley, [Badington, Cheshire, Staffordshire, and 

Yorkshire,] quarterly, per fesse, indented, gu. 

and or, an inescocheon, ar. charged with a griflin, 

segreant, vert. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, 

a demi lion, ar. supporting a banner, gii. chai-ged 

with a lion, passant, or, staff of the last. 
Bromley, erm. three inescocheons, sa. two and one. 

[Borne hy Roaer Bromley, Herald to Kimi 

Richard in.] 
Bromley, [Shropshire,] per fesse, dancettee. 



quarterly, gu. and or. — Crest, a pheasant. 



ppr. 



Bromeley, [Horse-Heath, Cambridgeshire,] quar- 
terly, per pale, dove-tailed^ gu. and or. — Crest, 
on a wreath, a demi lion, rampant, sa. issuing 
out of a mural crown or, holding a standard 
vert, ciiarged with a griflin, passant, of the 
second. 



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Bromley, ar. on a cliev. gu. five bezants, within a 
l)or<lure, cngjr. of the second. 

Jiioinki/, sa. three vool-cnnibs, ar. 

Ihoiiiley, quarterly, per fcsse indented, gu. and 
or. — Cre.st, a cock pheasant, sitting, pjir. (An- 
other cresf, a lion's gainb, erect, ar.) 

Jiromhy, ar. on a chcv. ^v\. fise bezants, -within a 
bordurc, engT. sa. 

Ihowlcy, gn. a gTiOln or. 

Jlro/nhi/, ar. a chov. ^vitilin a bordure, az. be- 
zaiitee. 

Bromley, quarterly, perfesse, indented, or and gu. 

Broinlci/yk, or Bromley, sa. three ■\vool-conibs or, 
tcclh'ar. 

IJROM.MHN', gn. tln-ee trefoils, the staiks imbowcd 
at the end, and fixed to a twig, slipped, lying 
i esse ways, ar. 

BiiOMriON, or, on a bend sa. betw. two lions, 
passant, ga.^hree escallops ar. 

Jiroi/iploH, [Norfolk,] az. a lion, ram])aut, crni. 

Jiromptoii, or, a chev. vert, betw. three griflins, 
l)assant, gu. armed of the second. 

Brompion, gu. on a saltier, lietw. four cross cross- 
lets, fitchee, ar. a torteaux. — Crest, a lion, 
rampant or. 

Bromplon, or, a chev. betw. three griillns, se- 
greant, vert. 

Urompton, [Brinipton, Berksliire,] gu. five escal- 
lop shells, ar. two, two, and one. 

Brumlun, or, two lions, passant, gu. depressed by 
a bend, sa. thereon three escallops ai-. 

DiiOM.SiCALL, or, a chev. gn. on a canton sa. a 
man's head, full-faced, crowned or. 

Bkomsc)]', 0)- J^roxghopk, [Bucks and Berks,] 
ar. on a chcv. az. three fleurs-de-lis or. 

Bromwich, ar. a chev. betw. three towers, tri- 
ple-towered, sa. 

Bromwich, ar. three ha\Yk's leures, sa. 

liromuich, ar. a chev. Iietv,-. three hawk's leures, sa. 

Bromidch, ar. a lion, rampant, sa, guttee d'or. 

BroDiickh, gii. a lion, rampant, or. 

Jlrcmulch, or, six lions, rani])ant, three, tvo, and 
one, sa. 

Bromwich, or, a lion, rampant, sa. gutlee or. — 
Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a unicorn's 
head, sa. guttee, or. 

Brometcich, or Broiincich, [Gloucestershire, Here- 
lordshire, and Hertfordshire,] ar. (another, or,) 
a lion, ram])ani, sa. gutte(> d'or.- — Crest, out of 
•I ducil coronet or, a unicorn's head, sa. (An- 
other, guttee d'or.) 

i>rounnjck, or, a lion, rampant, sa. 
• HiiN, or ^ Brond, quarterly, ar. and sa. four 
l'<'I>:irds' heads, counterchanged. 
'■""<', <)uarterlv, sa. and az. lour leopards' faces, 
counterchanged. 



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Brond, [Boxford, Snd'olk,] ar. on a fesse, betw. 
three cinquefoils, pierced, sa. as many antelopes' 
heads, erased, or. (Another, the heads ar.) 

Brond, or Bronmle, [London, 1204, and Suffolk, 
a I'at. ]t) 12,] vert, a gndin, passant, and chief, 
or. — Crest, a dcnii griffin, or, holding a battle- 
axe, cmbo-wed, handle, gu. head, ar. 

Brond, quarterly, or and sa. on the first quarter a 
leo])nrd's face of the second. 

Brand, quarterly, or and sa. on the second quarter 
a leopard's head of the first. 

Brona, az. a chev. betw. three ducal coronets or. 

Bronchan, or Broughan, [Canibridgeshii-e,] 
ar. a cock, gu. crested, and jelloped, or. 

Bronf.x, [Kent,] or, two chev. gu. on a canton 
of the second, five plates. 

Broniiam, [Derby,] sa. six plates, tv,o, two, and 
two. 

BliONiiop, ar. on a chev. az. three fleurs-de-lis, or. 

Bronku^', [liiancasfcr,] az. a cross moline, betw. 
four martlets, sa. 

Bronrer, [Kent and Middlesex,] barry of eight 
or and az. an orle of martlets of the first.- — 
Crest, a talbot, passant, gu. under the dexter 
paw a garland of flowers, ppr. 

Bron/rer, [Wilts,] ar. six pellets, two, two, and 
two, on a chief crcnellce sa. a lozenge of the 
field, charged with a cross formee, az. — Crest, a 
cubit arm, erect, vested sa. cuff ar. gTasping in 
the liand ppr. a lozenge, of the first. 

Bronker, or Bronnker , barry of six, ar. and gu, 
.... fleurs-de-lis counterchanged. 

Bronnse, [Gloucestershire,] or, crusily, sa. a 
lion, rampant, of the second. 

Bronton, ar. on a chief, gu. three escallops or. 

Brontvn, ar, on a bend gn. three martlets or. 

Bronv, [Suft'olk,] ar. a chief, indented, gu. 

Bkooe, ar. on a chev. gu. tlu-ee roses of the field. 

Brooe, gu. on a chev. ar. three roses of the field. 

Broor. See Brooke. 

Brookuank, ar. a fesse, wavy, az. within a bor- 
dure, sa. 

Brookshank, [Eland, in the parish of Halifax, 
Yorkshire,] az. two bars wavy, ar. within a bor- 
dure, or. — Crest, a hart's head, couped, ppr. 
attired or, gorged with two bars wavy, az, 
[Granted, 1703.] 

Brookshank, [Hackney, Jliddlesex.] The same 
arms. 

BitoORE, ar. on a cross, engT. quarterly, gu. and 
az. five bezants, in the dexter chief quarter, and 
sinister base, a spear head, sa. in the sinister 
chief quarter, and dexter base, a stag's liead, 
cabossed, of the last. — Crest, an Indian goat's 
head, bendy of six, gu. and az. erased, per fesse, 
or, cared and armed of the last. 

[S] 



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Brooke, [Gattesford, Yorksliiro,] ar. a cross, engr. 
per pale, gu. and sa. a croscent foi diflerencc. — 
Ci'est, a sword, erect, ar. hilt or, fliereon two 
serpents, entwined, and respectino- each other, 
ppr. round the hilt, on a scroll, this motto, Est 
necas in. 

Brooke, clieqny, ar. and sa. on a chief or, a hrock, 
passant, ppr. — Crest, a stork, or. 

Bi-ooke, [Weston, Buckinghamshire.] or, on a 
fesso, engi". az. three escallops of the field. — 
Crest, out of a coronet or, six ostrich's feathers 
iu a phnne, one or, the other sa. counterchang-ed. 

Brooke, [Newton, or TVetton, Suffolk,] gu. on a 
cliev. ar. a lion, ranipant, sa. crowned or, armed 
and laugued of the first. — Crest, on a chapeau, 
gu. turned up erm. a wing of the first, charged 
■with a chev. ar. thereon a lion, rampant, sa. 
crowned or. 

Brooke, [Kent.] The same. 

Brooke, [Buckinghamshire, 1G0.5,] ar. on a bend 
sa. a leure, hned and ringed, ar. a chief of the 
second. — Crest, a leure, wth the line formed 
info a bow knot, betw. two wings, all ]ipr. 

Brooke, [Callis,] ar. on a cross, engi-. per pale, gu. 
and az. five bezants. 

Brooke, per bend, ar. and sa. three cinquefoils, 
counterchanged. 

Brooke, or Brook, [Shropshire,] chequy, ar. and 
sa. — Crest, on a mount vert, a brock, passant, 
ppr. 

Brooke, chequy, or and gu. a chief az. 

Brooke, [Hants,] chequy, or and vert, on a bend 
gu. a lion, passant, of the first. — Crest, a lion, 
rampant, or. 

Brooke, or, a cross, ongr. per pale, gu. and sa. on 
a chief of the second, a lion, passant, guardant, 
or. '[Borne ly Rdlplt Brooke, Esq. y'ork He- 
rald, 1.592.] 

Brooke, [Suflblk,] per bend, sa. and ar. three 
eagles, displayed, counterchanged. 

Brooke, [London,] ai-. on a bend sa. a hav.k's leure, 
or. 

Brooke, or Brook, gu. on a chief, ar. a lion, pas- 
sant, guardant, of the first.— Crest, a demi lion, 
gii. holding in tlie two paws a broad arrow or, 
feathered and headed ar. 

Brooke, gu. on a chev. or, three lions, rampant, sa. 

Brooke, chequy, ar. and sa. a chief or. 

Brooke, chequy, ar. and sa. on a chief or, a stag, 
passant, ppr. 

Brooke, [Buckinghamshire,] or, on a fesse, engr. 
az. three escalloj)s of the field. 

Brooke, ar. on a fesse dancettec, sa. Ihrc-c be- 
zants. 

Brooke, [Staffordshire,] chequy, ar. and sa, — Crest, 
a crane, for stork,) or. 



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Brooke, [Nacton, Suffolk,] or, a cross, raguly, 

per pale, gu. and sa. 
Brooke, ar. on a cross, per pale, gu. and sa. an 

inescochcon of the first. 
Brooke, gu. a chev. ar. iu chief a lion ranipaul, 

crowned or. 
Brooke, sa. a cross, engr. or. 
Brooke, ar. three gauntlets, gu. 
Brooke, or Broke, []\]ere, Chester,] or, a cross, 

engr. per pale, gii. and sa.— Cre=t, a badger, 

passant, ppr. 
Brooke, [London,] fusily, or and gu. a chief, sa. 
Brooke, gu. on a chev. ar. a lion, rampant, sa. 

crowned or. 
Brooke, [Devon,] ar. on a chev. gu. a leure, the 

tassel waved or. 
Brooke, ar. on abend, sa. a leure, the tassel waved 

in bend or. 
Brooke, erm. on a bend, sa. a hawk's leure or, tlie 

Hue and ringar. a crescentfor difference. — Crest, 

a goat's head, erased, sa. horned and headed or. 

[Borne hif John Charles Jirooke, Esq. Somerset 

Herald, 1790.] 
Brooke, [Norton, Chesliire.] The same anus and 

crest as Brooke, of Mere, in the same county. 
Brook, [Norton, Cheshire,] or, a cross, engx. per 

p;;le, sa. and gu. — Crest, a badger, passant, 

ppr. 
Brook, [Buckinghamshire,] ar. on a bend gu. a 

leure, with line of the first, a cliief of the second. 

[Confirmed to William Brook, Esq. 1G05.] 
Broke, or Brook, lozeugy, or and gu. a chief, az. 
Broke, [Cheshire,] or, a cross, per pale, gu. and sa. 
Brookesby, barry nebulee of six, ar. and gu. on 

a cm)tou of the second; a mullet or.— Crest, a 

boars head, couped, gu. bristled or. 
Jirokesbij, barry nebulee of six, sa. and ar. on a 

canton, gu. a mullet, pierced, or. 
Brokesb)/, ar. two bars nebulee, sa. on a canton, 

gu. a mullet or. 
lirokeshy, [Sholey, Leicestershire,] ar. two bars 

nebulee, sa. a canton, gu. 
Brokeshij, sa. two bars nebulee, ar. a canton, gu. 
Brokeshy, [Melton- ^.lowbray, Leicestershire,] barry 

nebulee of six, ar. and sa. a canton gu. — Crest, 

a boar's head, couped, gu. 
Brooksuank. See Brookuank. 
Broo.me. See Brome. 
Brostf.R, [Chester,] sa. three antelopes' heads. 

couped, or. 
Brote, gu. on a bend, ar. six mullets of the field. 
Brothers, per pale, gu. and sa. on a fesse or, 

betw. three gTiflins' heads, ar. guttee de larmes. 

as many lozenges erm. (Another, or.) 
Brotliers, per ])ale, gu. and sa. on a fesse, bets'. 

tlu-ee griffins' heads, erased, or, as many lozeugf" 



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cnn. — Crest, a demi grcylioimd, sa. liolding- iu 
feet, a dart, gii. feathered, ar. 

BiiOTHiiR'i'ON, De, gu. tliree lions, passant, 
i^uardant, or, a label of five points ar. (Anolher, 
tlueC points.) 

Brolltuton, [Earl of Norfolk,] gu. three lions, 
passant, guardant, per jtale, bairy or and ar. a 
label of the last. 

]!koUGH, az. flory and fretty or. 

Broiiffh, [Lincolnshire,] az. lliree fleurs-de-lis enn. 
within a bordure or. 

JiroiKjh, az. fretty and fiery or. 

Bruiii/h, ar. on a fesse, indented, sa. three be- 
zants. 

lhoii(/h, ar. on a fesse, dancettee, gu. three be- 
zants. 

Bioitf/Ji, gu. seven mascles, conjunct, ^■air. 

lirouijli, ar. on a fesse sa. li\ e bezants. 

liroityh, [Ireland,] or, a cross gu. 

liKOi^GHAUD, ar. a cock gu. armed, crested, and 
jeHoped, or. 

V.ROUGIIAM, [AYales,] ar. a cock gu. 

BitoUGTON, [Devon,] ar. on a chev. betw. three 
cross pomels sa. as many bucks' heads, cabossed, 
or, on a chief of the second, a goat, passant, 
of the first. 

BioiKjton, [Henley, Shropshire,] ar. two bars 
gu. on a canton of the first, a saltier of the se- 
cond. — Crest, a talbot, passant, gu. 

Broufjion, [^^^ickluughanl, Berks,] or, on a fesse, 
az. three escallops ar. — Crest, out of a ducal 
coronet, or, a boar's head sa. bristled of the 
first, gorged v.ith a collar az. charged ■with three 
escallops ar. 

Brouijlon, [Somersetshire,] sa. a chev. or, betw. 
three bucks' heads, cabossed, ar. — Crest, on a 
mount, vert, a spaniel dog, couchaut, enn. 

Broiirjlon, [Dodington, Cheshire, Broughton, 
Staffordshire, and Hants,] ar. two bars gu. on a 
canton of the second, a cross of the first. — 
Crest, a sea-dog's head gu. (AnoUier, ppr.) 

BroiKjion, [Shropshire,] sa. three owls ar. — 
Crest, an owl ar. charged on the breast with 
Ihree snakes in fret vert. 

Biotiffhtoii, or Browion, sa. gutt6e de sang, a 
buck's head, cabossed, ai-. 

Bioughton, [Lancashire,] ar. two bars and a can- 
ton gu. 
IhoiKjhion, [Essex,] ar. a chev. betw. three mul- 
lets gu. — Crest, an eagle's head, erased, sa. 
holding- a snake ar. ou his breast two chev. of 
the last. 
Ihmrjhion, [Shropshire,] sa. a chev. betw. three 

owls ar. 
lira til/ lit on, ar. on a chief gu, three escallops of 
the field. 



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Broucjhlon, ar. two bars gu. on a canton sa. a cross 
eugr. of the field. 

Bruufjhion, az. a cross cngr. ar. 

Brovr/hlon, erni. a lion, rampant, sa. 

Broiiylilon, sa. a chev. betw. three owls ar. 

Broii}/hlo}i, gu. guttee d'eau, a buck's head ar. 

Broii.jliton, ar. two bars gu. on a canton of the 
last, a cross engr. of the iield, charged with an 
annulet az. 

Broin/Jiton, [Henley, Salop,] az. a cross engr. or. 
—Crest, a talbot, passant, gu. 

Brou(/7il.on, gu. a chev. hetw. three bears, passant, 
or. 

Brou'/Jilon, or Broiclon, az. a buck's head, ca- 
bossed, or. 

Bi;oi'MFiELD, or Blounkikld, ar. three fu- 
sils, in fesse, gu. betw. as many cinquefoils, 
az. 

Bkoixckek,-, [Ireland,] ar. six pellets, a chief, 
embattled, sa. 

Brounckcr, [Bombold-Week, Sussex, and Brock- 
disli, Korfclk.] The same, with due difference. 

BifOUXExiLK, [Suflblk,] gu. a saltier, engr. ar. 
betw. four cinquefoils or. 

Bkou.Si:, az. three garbs or, banded gu. 

Bjiow, ar. on a chev. gu. three roses of the 
field. 

Brmv, or Browe, [Hertfordshire,] gu. on a chev. 
ar. three roses of the field. 

Browf.ST, sa. a lion, passant, regiiardant, or. 

Browet, [Herefordshire,] ar. a cross bottonee, 
fitchee, sa. 

Bro\s'GHE, per fesse, ar. and vert, a pale coun- 
terchanged, three conies, issuant out of their 
burrows, of the first. 

Bro-\TCIIII-L, or Brlghali,, [Ireland,] paly of 
six, ar. and sa. ou a bend gu. three escallop 
shells or. 
Broavker, [London and Southwark,] barry of 
eight, or and sa. eight martlets of the first, 
three, two, two, and one. — Crest, a talbot, 
passant, gu. supporting with his dexter foot a 
chaplet vert. 
Brown, [Coulston,] gu. a chev. betw. three roses 

ar. 
Broicii, ar. on a fesse, wavy, betw. three lions' 
gambs, erased, bendways, sa. armed g-\i. as 
many swans' heads, erased, ppr. beaked of the 
third. [Granted to Edward Broicn, of Pinch- 
beck, in Holland, in Lincolnshire, June, 1G3'2.] 
Broun, ar. a fesse, betw. three mallets sa. — 
Crest, a stork's head, couped at the neck, 
nowed iipr. betw. two wings ar. 
Broicn, sa. three lions, passant, betw. two bend- 
lets ar. and as many trefoils, slipped, erm. — 
Crest, a buck's head sa. attired or, issuing from 
[s2] 



B R O 

a crown, paly, gold. (^J«o//ier cres/, a giiffiirs 
head, erased, sa. beaked and eared or, charg-ed 
on the neck vitli a bar geniellc and a trefoil, as 
in the ai-ms.) [Granted to Thomas Brcmnc. of 
Woodsmure, Herffurds/dre, I'/Gl.] Motto, ,S7 
sil pritdcntin. 

Browne, [London,] az. a g:rif]ln, passant, or, a 
chief indented, per (esse, or and erni. 

Jiroivne, [London,] gu. a gritlin, passant, or, a 
chief indented, ]>er fesse, erni. and or. 

Browne, [London,] gu. a chcv. betw. three escal- 
lop shells or. 

Browne, [London,] sa. a cliev. embattlr d, betw. 
tliree swans ar. 

2J/-01072C, [London,] ar. two chev. sa. in chief an an- 
nulet of the second. 

Browne, [London,] ar. t^^ o chev. sa. on a canton 
enu. an annulet of the second. 

Browne, [London and Herefordshire,] per pale, 
ar. and or, a cliev. betw. three escallops gu. 

Browne, [Kent,] per pale indented, ar. and or, a 
chev. betw. three escalloji shells gu. 

Browne, [Kent,] ar. on a fesse embattled, cnuti- 
terendiattk'd, sa. three escallop shells of the 
field. 

Browne, [Kent,] az. a chev. betw. three escallops 
or, v.ithiu a bordure engr. of the second. 

Browne, [Kent,] sa. betw. two bendlets, engr. three 
lions, passant, ar. 

Browne, [Kent,] sa. three lions, passant, in bend, 
betw. two cottises ar. in chief a griffin's head, 
erased, of the second. 

Browne, [Canterbur}-, ICent,] sa. three tigers, 
passant, in bend, betw. two double cottises ar. 

Browne, [Essex,] ar. a cross sarcelly. 

Browne, [Essex,] ar. a cliev. cottiscd gu, betw. 
three lions, rampant, sa. 

Browne, [Esses,] gu. a chev. betw. three lions' 
gambs, erect and erased, ar. a chief and bor- 
dure of the second. 

Browne, [Essex,] gu. a chev. erni. betw. three 
lions' gambs, erased, ar. 

Browne, [Essex,] gu. a chev. betw. three lions' 
gambs, erect and erased, ar. on a chief of the 
second, an eagle, displayed, sa. armed and 
crowned or. — Crest, an eagle, displayed, with 
two heads, sa. 

Browne, [London,] gu. on a chev. betw. three 
looiJards' heads, cabossed, ar. as many escallop 
shells az. — Crest, a cubit arm, vested gu. 
turned up ar. holding in his hand ])pr. a 
sword, erect, of the last, hilted or, enfilod with 
a leopard's head ar. [Granted Fehruarij 128, 
IGio.] 

Browne, [Cowdrey, Sussex,] .sa. three lions, pas- 

■ sant, in bend, betw. two double cottise.s, ar. — 



B ]l O 

Crest, an eagle, displayed, vert. ("Another 
crest, a stag ppr. attired and ducally gorged and 
lined or.) 

Browne, [Leiston, Sud'olk,] per bend, ar. and sa. 
three mascles in bend, counterchanged.— Crest, 
a demi stork, with wings expanded, j)pr. the 
neck nowed. 

Browne, [Sufl'olk,] sa. three mallets ar. 

Browne, [Devonshire,] gu. a chev. erni. cottised or, 
betw. three escallop sh.'lls of the third.— Crest, 
a demi man sa. wreathed about the temples, 

holding in his dexter hand a hammer 

or. 

Bruune, [Devonshire,] ai'. on a chcv. betw. tliree 
sinister bauds, couped, sa. as manv s]iear-heads 
of the field. 

Browne, [Devonshire,] gu. a chev. betw. three 
lions' gambs, erect and erased, within a bordure 
ar. 

Broirne, [Kent and London,] ar. on a chev. betw. 
three demi gritiins. erased, gu. as many to\\ers, 
triple towered, of the field. 

Bro7i-ne, [Brenchley, Kent,] gu. a griflln, ])as- 
sant, or, a chief of the second. — Crest, a vul- 
ture ppr. wings endorsed, displuming a mallard's 
wings, [Granted December 7, IG'JG.] 

Browne, [Bromhall, Norfolk,] erm. a chief, in- 
dented, gu. 

Browne, [>,orfolk,] per chev. or and az. in chief 
three cstoiles of the last, in base a cockatrice, 
(uwitlier, a drag-on) of the first. 

Browne, [Deptford, Kent,] or, a chief sa. 

Broirne, [Derbyshire,] sa. three lions, passant, in 
bend, betw. two cottises ar. in chief a trefoil, 
slipped, erm. 

Brviirne, [Liiicoliishire,] ar. tv.o lions, passant, 
sa. 

Browne, [Xewark, Nottinghamshire,] per bend 
gu. and sa. three leopards' heads, or, on a 
chcv. engr. ar. as many escallop shells az. 

Browne, [jliddlesex,] ar. three bucks, trippant, 
ppr. 

Broirne, [Codmaiistow, Dorsetshire,] ar. on a 
chev. sa. betw. three cnuies az. as miuiy escal- 
lops or. — Crest, on a mount, vert, a hare, cou- 
iv.nt, ar. 

Browne, [Staffordshire,] or, on a chcv. gu. betw. 
throe cranes az. as many trefoils, slipped, ar. 

Browne, [Buckinghamshire,] sa. a chev. betw. 
three cranes ar. — Crest, a tiger az. maned, 
tufted, and armed or. 

Broirne, [L-eland,] or, an eagle, di.sjilayed, sa. 

Browne, [Ireland,] ar. an eagle, displayed, sa. 
armed gu. 

Browne, [Islington,] or. a chev. engr. barry wavy 
of ei"ht, ar. and az. betw. three cranes of the 



B R O 

last. — Crest, a crane az. beaked and legged or, 
tlie crowu of tlie head g-u. in the beak an ear of 
•wheat or. 

Browne, [Clielsea,] ar. an eagle, disi)layed, sa. 

Browne, [Lancashire,] ar. on a bend, double cot- 
tised, sa. three s])read eagles of the field. — 
Crest, an eagle, displayed, ar. on the MJiigs two 
bars sa. 

Browne, [Croft, Lincolnshire,] ar. three martlets, 
in pale, sa. betw. two flaunches of tlio second, 

. .each charged -with a liou, passant, of the field. 

Browne, [Cheshire,] ar. a hou, ramjxuit, sa. and 
bend gobonafed, gu. and ar. 

Browne, [Yorkshire,] ar. on a bend cnttised sa. 
three lions, rampant, of the field. 

Browne, [Derbyshire,] sa. betw. two cottises, a 
lion, passant, ar. in tlie sinister chief a trefoil, 
slipped, erm. 

Browne, [Nottinghamshire,] per pale, gu. and or, 
on a»chev. cugr. per palfe, ar. and az. three es- 
callop shells, betw. as many leopards' heads, all 
cotniterchanged. 

Bi-owne, [NVeslmuisler,] gu. a chev. betw. three 
fleurs-de-lis or. — Crest, a demi lion gu. huhling 
in his dexter paw a fleur-de-lis or. 

Browne, ["Walcot, Northamptonshire,] az. a cliev. 
or, betw. three escallops of tlie second. 

Jiroiune, [Horton-Keiby, Kent,] az. a chev. betw. 
three escallop shells or. 

Browne, [Warvdckshire,] ar. on a bend, betw. 
two cottises az. three water-bougets or. 

Browne, [Norfolk,] ar. two pellets in bend, betw. 
as many beudlets sa. 

Browne, [Biyiisop, Lancaslilre,] ar. two bends 
sa. in base an ogress. 

Browne, [Oxfordshire,] ar. a chev. engr. betw. 
three brooms sa. 

Browne, [Leiston, Suffolk,] per bend sa. and ar. 
three mascles, pierced, and connterchunged.- — 
Crest, a stork's head, the neck, nowed, betw. 
two wings, expanded, az. (Another, ar.) 

Browne, [Ilarwood, Herefordshire,] ar. on a 
chev. betw. three mullets, pierced, sa. three 
escallojjs of the first. — Crest, a demi griffin, vert, 
winged and legged or. 

Browne, [Marsh, Derbyshire, 1582,] ar. on a chev. 
gii. three roses of the field. — Crest, a lion, ram- 
pant, ar. ducally crowned or, supporting a tilting 
spear ppr. headed ar. 

Browne, [Wisiow, Leicestershire,] or, a saltier, 
engr. az. betw. four butterflies gu. 

Browne, ar. on a fesse embattled, and counter- 
embattled sa. three escallop shells of t!ie first, 
on a canton, quarterly, gu. and az. a leojiards 
head or. — Crest, a stork's head, holding in his 
l>cak an acorn, slipped, vert, fructed, or, betw. 



B R O 

two -wings expanded az. each charged with an 
escallop shell or. 

Browne; erm. two bars sa. on a cliief of the last, 
three caltraps or.— Crest, an arm coujjed at the 
elbow, and erect, vested, az. cufl' erm. holding 
in tlie hand ))pr. a caltrap or. 

Browne, gu. a saltier, vair, betw. four caltraps 
or. 

Browne, gu. on a chev. ar. betw. tliree cinque- 
foils erm. three hurts. — Crest, an eagle's head 
erased, ar. in his mouth an arrow ppr. 

Browne, ar. a cliev. sa. fretty or, betw. tlu-ee roses 
gu. sUpped, vert. 

Browne, [Essex,] sa. a bend erin. on a chief ar. 
three torteauxes. 

Browne, ermines, on a chief ar. three torteauxes. 

Browne, erm. a chief indented, per pale, gu. and 
or. 

Browne, or, a_chev. engr. barry wavy of six, ar. 
andaz. 

Browne. The same, adding three cranes az. 

Browne, az. a lion, rampant, or. 

Browne, per bend, lozengy, couuterchanged, ar. 
and sa. 

Browne, ar. two bars sa. betw. as many mullets of 
t!ie last.— Crest, a lion, sejant, sa. resting his 
dexter foot on a shield ar. cliarged witli a mullet 
sa. 

Browne, az. a lion, rampant, guttee de sang. 

Browne, per bend, sa. and ar. three mascles coun- 
terchauged. , 

Browne, ar. on a chev. betw. three mullets, pierced, 
sa. three escallo])s of the first. — Crest, a demi 
griflin, vert, wings elevated or. 

Browne, [Salop, 1614,] erm. on a fesse, crenellee, 
sa. three escallop shells ar. — Crest, out of a 
niiu-al crowu gu. a stork's head erm. 

Browne, quarterly, gu. and az. a leopard's face 
or. 

Browne, quarterly, or and sa. a leopard's face of 
the last. 

Browne, gu. a chev. betw. three hons' gambs ar. 
within a bordure erm. — Crest, a bear's paw, 
couped and erect, or, grasping a falchion ar. 

Browne, per pale, gu. and sa. three leopards' heads 
or. 

Browne, ar. a chev. betw. three cranes gu. 

Browne, or, on a chev. betw. three cranes az. a 
bezant. — Crest, a crane's head and neck, erased, 
az. ducally gorged or, holding in the beak a be- 
zant. 

Browne, gu. a cliev. betw. three lions' gambs, 
ert'ct and erased, within a bordure, engr. ar. on 
a chief of the last, an eagle, disjdayed, sa.^ — • 
Crest, alien's gamb, erased and erect, gu. hokU 
ing a wing or. • • .• - 



B R 

Browne, g-n. on a chev. botw. three lions' gambs, 
creel and erased, within a bordure ar. on a 
chief of the last, an eagle, displayed, sa. 

Brovme, [London and Norwich,] gii. cnisily, ar. 
on a bend crm. three eagles, displayed, of the 
first. 

Broime, [Greenford, Middlesex.] The same as 
13R0WNK, 1G14. 

Broviic, [London, descended from Angus, in 
Scotland,] az. on a chev. wavy, betw. tliree 
fleurs-de-lis or, a thistle, slipped, vert. 

Browne, [Sueston, Derbyshire.] — Crest, a grif- 
fin's head, erased, vert, eared, beaked, and 
collared, or, charged on the neck with a trefoil 
crm. 

Broune, [Totteridge, Hertfordshire,] ar. three 
martlets, in pale, sa. betw. two flainiches of the 
last, each charged with a lion, passant, of the 
first. — Crest, a dragon's head ar. giittce de 
poix, betw. two wings, expanded, sa. guttee de 
larmes. 

Brovme, [Middlesex,] ar. three bucks, trippant, 
ppr. — Crest, a buck's Lead, erased, ppr. attired, 
or. 

Broiime, [Winslow, Leicestershire.] — Crest, a 
boar's head, erased, sa. pierced through the 
neck with a broken spear or, beaded ar. 

Broicne, quarterly ; first and fourth, erm. on a 
fosse, embattled, counterembattled, sa. three 
escallop shells or, (for Browne ;) second aud 
third, or, on a chev. betw. three roses az. as 
many escallop shells of the first, on a chief per 
pale, gu.andsa. a dragon, passant, with wings en- 
dorsed, erm. (for Haickins.) — Crest, out of a 
mural coronet, gii. a crane's head, erased, erm. 
charged on the neck with an escallop shell az. 
Motto, Verum atque decens. ICerlified at tJie 

College of Arms, London, il/ay, 1779, 

to Isaac Hawkins Broivnc, Esq.~\ 

Brovme, [Knt. Lord Mayor of London, 1438 and 
1448,] ar. two chev. sa. on a canton erm. an an- 
nulet of the second. 

Brovme, [Sir John, Lord Mayor of London, 14S0,] 
az. a chev. betw. tlurce escalloj)s, within a bor- 
dure, engr. or. 

Browne, [Sir ^Yilliam, Lord Mayor of London, 
1513,] az. a chev. betw. three escallops or, within 
a bordure, engr. gu. 

Brovme, [Sir William, Lord Mayor of London, 
1507,] per pale indented, or and ar. a chev. 
betw. three escallops gn. 

Browne, [Sir Richard, Bart. Lord Mayor of 
London, IGGl,] ar. on a chev. betw. tlu-ec 
grillins' heads, erased, gu. as many castles of 
the field. 

Browne, ar. on a bend az. three escallops or. 



B R O 

Broione, [Scotland,] sa. a dagger in bend ppr. find 

in chief a boar's head, erased ar. — Crest, a vine 

tree ppr. 
Browne, [Scotland,] gii. three fleurs-de-lis or. — 

— Crest, a lion, rampant, holding in the dexter 

paw a fleur-de-lis, as in the sirms. 
Broicne, [Fordel, Scotland,] az. a chev. betw. 

three fleurs-de-lis or.- — Crest, an arm, embowed, 

liabited in a loose robe, holding up a book in the 

hand ppr. 
Browne, [Ringside, Scotland,] az. a chev. inveck- 

ed betw. three fleurs-de-lis or. 
Broicne, [Bounyton, Scotland,] or, on a che\-. 

betw. three fleurs-de-lis az. a bezant of the first. 

—Crest, a ship under sail \t\ir. 
Browne, [Carslaith, Scotland,] or, a chev. betw. 

three fleurs-de-lis sa. 
Browne, [Hartrig, Scotland,] erm. on a chief az. 

three fleurs-de-lis ar.. 
Browne, [Gorgymill, Scotland,] az. a fessc vair, 

betw. three fleurs-de-lis ar. — Crest, a rose gu. 

slipped and barbed pjir. 
Browne, [Dolphington, Scotland,] or, a chev. engr. 

betw. three fleurs-de-lis sa. — Crest, a dolphin, 

naiaut, ppr. 
Broicne, [Horn, Scotland,] az. a chev. waved, 

betw. three fleurs-de-lis or. 
Browne, [Edinburgh,] az. a chev. chequj" ar. and 

gu. betw. three fleurs-de-lis or. — Crest, a dexter 

hand holding forth a ctosed book ppr. 
Browne, [I^icestershire,] gu. a bend fuslly ar. in 

the sinister corner a martlet or. 
Browne, sa. three lions, passant, betw. two bars 

gemelles ar. a crescent or. 
Broicne, ar. a chev. sa. betw. three roses az. stalks 

slipped aud barbed, vert. 
Browne, [Devon,] gu. a chev. erm. couple closed 

or, betw. three escallops of the second. 
Browne, per fesse indented ar. and or, a chev. 

betw. three escallops gu. 
Browne, [London,] az. a chev. betw. three escal- 
lops or. 
Broicne, [Sufl'olk,] per pale sa. and ar. three 

mascles counterchanged. 
Browne, erm. a chief per pale, indented, or and gu. 
Browne, erm. a chief per pale, indented, gu. and or. 
Browne, sa. a lion, rampant, ar. pellettee. 
Browne, [Nether-Legh, Chesliire,] ar. two bend- 
lets, betw. as many mullets sa. 
Broicne, erm. on a bend gu. throe lions, rampant, or. 
Broicne, [Ireland,] ar. an eagle, displayed, with 

l\^'o heads sa. 
Browne, sa. three lions, passant, betw. two bend- 
lets, engr. ar. 
Broicne, sa. three mullets ar. — Crest, on a wreath, 

a sword, erect .... embrued at the point .... 



B R U 

Browne, [Canterbury,] ar. a bond sa. on a caulon 

■ az. a fleur-de-lis ar. 

Brown ELL, [Derby, lGS-3,] erm. on a cbev. 

cottised sa. three escallop shells ar. 
BiownliUI, [Scotland,] az. the suu ia his glory 

ppr. hetw. three fleurs-de-lis ar. 
Browneshaugii, ar. three mitus' heads (of the 

pheasant kind) ppr. 
Brownfshin, ar. a chev. betw. three bulls' 

heads, cabossed, sa. 
Brown ESLANE, az. a fesse betw. three adders' 

tongue leaves or. 
Broavning, barry wavy of six, ar. and az. 
Broivning. The emuc, adcbnt;- an orle of martlets 

sa. 
Bromiinq, [Cambridgeshire,] az. a lion, rampant, 

or, billettee gu. 
Browning, az. three bars, wavy, ar. 
Browning, baiTv undee, ar. and az. 
Brownlow, [Bclton, Lincolnshire, and London,] 

or, an inescocheon within an orle of martlets sa. 

^-Crest, on a chapeau gu. turned up erni. a 

greyhound, passant, or, collared gu. 
Brownshin, ar. a chev. betw. three bulls' heads 

couped of the second. 
Brownrigg, ar, a lion, rampant, guardanf, sa. 

betw. three crescents gu. — Crest, a sv.ord, erect, 

in pale, environed Mith a snake, all ppr. 
BrownsWORD, vert, a sword in bend ar. hilt 

and pomel or, betw. two ducal coronets of the 
. last, on a chief of the second, three caltraps gu. 

— Crest, a pegasus ppr. [Granted, 1747.] 
Brows, az. three garbs or. 
Browte, sa. two bars erm. betw. six cinquefoils 

ar. three, two, and one. 
Brox BORNE, gu. six eagles, displayed, with two 

necks or, three, tv/o, and one, armed ar. 
BroXHOLME, [Lincolnshire,] ar. on a chev. az. 

betw. tlu-ee boars' heads, couped, of the second, 

five bezants. — Crest, a bear, standing agaiiist 

an elm tree, all ppr. 
Broy, erm. a hon, rampant, purp. crowned or. 
Brubouciie, or, semee of billets a hon sa. 
Bruce, barry of six vaire, ar. gu. and az. 
Bruce, [Skelton, Scotland,] or, a saltier cngr. gu. 

a chief per fesse indented of the first and se- 
cond. 
Bruce, [Wester-Kinloch, Scotland,] ar. a saltier, 
. and chief gu. with a mullet in the dexter chief 
. point or, all within a bordnre indented of the 

second. — Crest, a star or. 
Bnce, [Garvet, Scotland,] or, a saltier gu. on a 

ciiief embattled of the same a mullet ar. — Crest, 

a hand holding a sword ppr. 
liritce, [Balcaskie, Scotland,] or, a saltier, and 

chief waved gu. — Crest, the suu going down, 



B R U 

Bruce, [Wester-Abten, Scotland,] or, a saltier gu. 
on a chief of the last, three fleurs-de-lis of the 
first. 

Bruce, [Newton, Scotland,] ar. a saltier, and 
chief embattled gu. — Crest, an eagle's head, 
cou])ed, ppr. 

Bruce, [Scotland,] or, a saltier and chief gu. ^'^ith 
two spur-rowels in the flanks of the last. — Crest, 
a horse's head, couped, and furnished ppr. 

Bruce, or, a saltier and a chief gu. on a canton 
ar. a lion, rampant, a:-;. — Crest, a lion, passajjt, 
az. 

Bruce, vaire erm. and gu. tluee bais az. 

Bruce, or Brcwis, gu. a saltier and chief or. 

Bruce, [Clackmanuau, Scotland,] or, a saltier and 
chief gu. 

Bruce, quarterly, first and fourth ar. a lion, ram- 
pant, az. armed and langued gu.; second and 
tliird, or, a saltier, and chief gu. — Crest, a naked 
arm, flexed, issuing out of a cloud, and liolding 
a man's heart ppr. Suj .porters, two men in 
armour with targets. 

Bruis, or Bruce, [Scotland,] ar. a Hon, rampant, az. 

Bruis, or Bruce, [Scotland,] ar. a saltier, and 
chief gu. 

Bruis, gu. a lion, passant, guai-daut, erm. 

Brews, or Breiiis, ar. a cross, masculy, gu. 

i3/-e!(;e5, .erm. a cross, lozengy, gu, 

Brewes, erm. a lion, rampant, g"u. crowned or, 

Brewes, [Buckinghamshire,] ar. semee of cross 
crosslets, a lion, rampant, gu. cro\med or. 

Bretres, [Gloucestershire,] or, sejnee cross cross- 
lets a hon, rampant, sa. 

Brewes, az. a lion, rampant, betw. seven crosslets 
fitchee ar. 

Brewes, gu. three chev. and a midlet in the dex- 
ter corner or, within a bordure engT. az. 

Brewes, az. three bars vaire erm. and gu. 

Brewes, barry of six, erm. gu. and az. 

Breives, chequy or and az. on an inescocheon ar. 
a bend gu. 

Brewes, az. semee de cross crosslets or, a lion, 
rampant, ducally crowned of the last, charged 
on the shoulder with a cross crosslet sa. 

Brewis, gu. a saltier ar. a chief indented point iu 
point of the first and second. 

Brcu-is, az. crusily a Hon, rampant, crov.ned 
or. 

Brewes, [Essex,] ar. semee of cross crosslets gu. 
a lion, ramjiaut, of the hist. 

Brewes, gu. a saltier, betw. four cross crosslets or. 

Brewse, az. a cross, engr. or. 

Brevjse, az. cnisily, and a lion, rampant, crov ued 
or. 

Brewse, [Suffolk,] ar. semee of crosslets, and a 
lion, rampant, gu. crovned or. 



B K U 

Brei'se, (jiinrterly iiidentecl, sa. and ar. 

Brcwse, or Breices, [Huntingdonshire,] az. a sal- 
tier, and cliicf or. 

Brewse, or Brewe.s, [Wagford, Bm'ks,] az. scniee 
of crosslets a lion, rampant, or. 

Brewse, or, a fi-ssc and cliicf gii. 

Brewse, gn. a saltier ar. (Aiinlher, or.") 

Brewse, [Norfolk, Temp. ]']dward III.] erm. 
(another, ar.) a lion, rampant, gn. tail forked. 

Brewse, gii. a saltier, ciigr. ar. and chief, indent- 
ed, per fesse of the Cr.st and second. 

Brewse, az. a lion, rampant, or. 

Brewse, ar. an inescoilieon, within a double tres- 
sure florj-, counter tlory, gu. 

Breivse, or Brcwes, cheqny or and az. an inesco- 
cheon ar. charged with a hend gu. 

Brme, az. a saltier and chief or. 

Bruse, az. a lion, rampant, betw. \en. crosslets or. 
— Crest, out of a ducal coronet gu. a hon's 
head or. 

Brusc, [Kent,] ar. a lion, rampant, az. 

Briise, [Norfolk,] ar. a lion, rampant, tail knotted 
betw. ten cross crosslets gu. — Crest, a Saracen's 
head, side faced, jipr. wreathed about the tem- 
ples, ar. and gu. 

Bruse, [Scotland,] or, a saltier, and chief gu. 

Brewys, gu. a saltier, ar. a chief or. 

Brewys, g-u. a saltier, ar. a chief indented, point 
in point gu. and ar. 

Brewys, az. crusily a lion, rampant, crowned or. 

Brucheslkv, gu. three crosses, engr. ar. 

Brucherlky, ar. a canton in base vert. 

Bruckkn, per fesse, sa. and ar. three standing 
lamps counterchanged. 

Brudenell, ar. on a die v. gu. betsv. three caps 
az. an escallop or. 

Brudenell, [Stanton-Wyvile, Leicestershire, and 
Northam])tonshirc,] ar. a chev. gu. betw. three 
morions (or steel caps) az. the points of the caps 
to the dexter side. This family liave three 
crests; first, an arm, embowed, covered with 
leaves vert, in the hand ppr. a spiked club or, 
slung to the arm with a line or; second, a talbot, 
ar. ducally gorged gu.; third, a sea-horse ar. 

Brudenell, ar. a bend cottised gu. betw. six cross 
crosslets, fitchee, sa. 

Brudenell, ar. a bend cottised or, betw. six cross 
crosslets, fitchee, sa. 

Brudenell, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three chaplets az. 

Brudenell, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three hats az. 
turned up erm. 

Brudenell, ar. a bend cottised gu. betw. six cross- 
lets sa. 

BRin)i.'<nER, ar. three bucks' heads su. 

Bruen. See Brewin. 

Bruer, See Brewer. 



T> n V 

Britr.':, or, a linn, rampant, and canton gu. 

Bruges, or BRAGKs,[Loiu1on, by Patent, l(il2,j 
ar. on a cross erm. a leopard's head or. — Crof, 
on an anchor or, a scroll Mith this motto, Mi/ii 
caelum porlus. 

Bruyes, [Sudlry Castle, Gloucestershire,] ar. on 
a cross sa. a leopard's head or. — Crest, a Sara- 
cen's head in profile, couped at the shoulders 
ppr. habited ar. powdered with torteauxes, and 
wreathed about the temples ar. and sa. 

Bruyes, az. seven mascles or, on a canton gu. a 
lion, passant, griardant 

Bruyes, az. ten mascles or, on a canton gu. a lion, 
passant, guardant, of the second. 

Bruyes, gu. two garbs ar. betw. as many flaunches 
erm. 

Bruyycs, or, a cross sa. 

]jRUGGFORD, gu. three falcons in fesse ar. mem- 
bered or. [Granted, Avyust '2i)th, 141.5.] 

Bruyford, gu. three martlets betw. two bars ar. . 

BitluiAM, sa. a cross betw. four crescents ar. 

JjRl/iN, az. a lion, rampant, ar. gultee de sang. 

Bruin, quarterly, gu. and az. four estoiles or. 

Brui,ev, or ]jRIjLY, erm. on a bend gu. three 
chev. or. 

Brumbert, ar. on a bend sa. three rakes of the 
tield. 

BRUMriELD. See Bromfield. 

BnUMHAM, [Leicestershire,] or, a martlet vert. 

Brumsted, ar. on a bend, betw. two crosses, 
formee, fitchee, gu. three mullets of the field. 
—Crest, a demi griffin, ar. wings expanded or, 
lidlding in th.e dexter claw a cross, formee, 
fitchee, gu. 

Brun, [Kent and Dorsetshire,] a/-, a miMnd or. 

Brun, closettee of twenty, ar. and az. 

Brun, [Cheshire,] ar. an eagle, displayed, gu. 

Brun, az. a lion, rampant, ar. charged with a cross 
crosslet gu. 

Brun, az. billettee, a lion, rampant, or. 

Brun, [Lancashire,] az. a cross moline or. 

Brunkurv, gu. on a chev. ar. a chess rook sa. 

Brunfold, ar. alien, rampant, gu. 

Brunham, gu. a chev. ar. fretty sa. betw. three 
lions' heads, erased, of the second. 

BiiUNiNG, Brvien, or Bruin ing, [Wiltshire,] 
gu. two bends, wavy, the upper one ar. the 
other or. — Crest, a demi lion, double queued 
gu.gutteedel'cau, ducally crowned of the second. 

Bruninge, [Derbyshire,] gu. two bends wavy, ior. 

Brunsell, [Bingham, Nottingharasliire,] or, a 
fesse, counter-emliattledj betv\-. three roses gii. 
— Crest, a lion's gamb, erased and erect, or, 
holding a rose ar. stalked and leaved vert. 

Brunstaugii, ar. three razor-bills' heads, couped, 



B R Y 

Brunswick, [Dukedom,] giu two lions, passaut, 

muardant, or. 
Biu'NT, ar. an infiiUl (cap) emboved at the ciul 

gn. turned up in form of a rhapcau, and engr. 

with a button and tassel on the top or. 
JiRUS, per pale, az. and gii. three lions, rampant, 

ar. guttce de ))oix. 
Jh'vs, az. a saltier, and chief or. 
Brus, or, a saltier, and chief p;u. 
Brits, ar. a lion, rampant, az. 
Brusard, or Browsserd, sa. three antelopes' 

beads, couped, ar. armed or. 
Bruse. See Bkuce. 
Brusell, or, a liou, rampant, az. oppressed wth 

two bendlets gu. 
BrussdU ar. a chief or, over all a lion, rampant, 

az. depressed by two cottises g\i. 
Bruss, erm. a liou, rampant, double queued and 

nowed, gu. 
Brushford, [])evon,] sa. across, fiory, ar. 
Brute, or Brut, chequy, sa. and ar. a bend, 

gu. 
B RUTIN, per pale, gu. and az. a fesse, betw. two 

chev. ar. 
Bruton, or BifUTVN, [Exeter,] per pale, gu. 

and az. a fesse, betw. two chev. ar. (Another, 

az. and gu.) 
BruloH, quai^tcrly, or and gu. within a bordure, 

engr. az. 
Brulon, or, three eagles, displayed, gu. armed az. 
Bruton, m: tlnree eagles, displayed, gu. memberedj 

az. 
Bruttris, ar. three but.trices, (farriers' instru- 
ments,) in fesse, sa. 
Bruvere, gu. t^\o bars wavy, or. 
Buy AX, or, three piles, meetmg near in the base 

of the escocheon, az. 
Bri/an, ar. three piles wavy vert, within a bordure, 

az. an annulet, or. 
Bryan. The same, the bordure being charged 

with midlets. 
Brijan, ar. three piles vert. 
Bryan, [Wrotham, Kent,] or, three piles, az. -a 

canton, erm. — Crest, on a garb, lying fesseways, 

a bird 

iiryan, [Gloucester and Devon,] or, three piles, az. 
Jiryan, [Bedfordshire,] or, three piles meeting near 

iu the ba,se, vert, witliiu a bordure. az. bezantee. 
liryan, [Bolingbroke, Lincolnshire,] or, three piles 

meeting near in the base, az. witiiiii a bordure, 

fingT. erm. — Crest, a greyhound, courant, re- 

guardant, erm. collared, or. 
^>''J("'i [Ireland,] ar. three piles, gu. 
Bryan, or, two lions, rampant, endorsed, gu. 
iiryan, erm. a lion, rampant, gii. crowned or, 

vithin a bordure sa, bezantee. 



B R Y 

Bryan, [Cheshire and Cornwall,] erm. a lion, 

rani])ant, gu. over all a bend, sa. bezantee. 
Bryan, [Tor\en, Chester,] sa. an eagle, displayed, 

ar. 
Bryan, az. on a cliov. or, three crescents, gu. in 

chief a dol])liiu, ar. 
Bryan, or, three jiiles, az. on a canton, paly of six, 

ar. and az. a bend, gu. charged with three eagles, 

displayed, or. 
Bryan, az. on a chev. ar. three crescents, gu. in 

chief a dolphin, naiant, of the second. 
Bryan, az. on a chev. or, three crescents of the 

first, in chief a dolphin, naiant, ar. 
IjRVAnson, gyronny of eight az. and or. 
BiJVCHAN, [King of Brecon and Carmarthenshire, 

anno, J5(),] az. a cross, or, in the first and fourth 

qtiarters a sword, ar. hilt and pomel or, iu the 

second and third quarters a ducal coronet of the 

second. 
Bryche, ar. a chev. betw. three mullet.s, sa. 
BuYDALL, [Middlesex,] az. three estoiles in 

bend, double cottised, ar. — Crest, a lion's gamb, 

erect and erased az. holding a broken lance, ar. 

headed or. [Granted, June'2lst, 1G(>9, hy Ed- 

uard Walker.'] 
Bryerlegii, ar. a cross bottouy or. 
Bryger, ar. a chev. engr. betw. three crabs, gu. 
Brykeis, sa. three garbs or, on a chief of the 

last, a talbot's head, erased, betw. two billets, gu. 
Brykes, ar. a chev. betw. three taltous' heads, 

erased sa. 
Brykiied, ar. three talbots' heads, erased, gu. 

on a chief, sa. three garbs, or. 
Brymer, [Westertoun, Scotland,] or, a fesse, 

erm. betw. three dragons' heads, erased, gu. — 

Crest, a dexter hand, holding in the gauntlet a 

pheon 

Br'^'MES, sa. three garbs or, on a cliief of the 

second; a greyhound's head, erased, betw. two 

billets, gu. 
Bryme, [Cumberland,] az. a lion, rampant, ar. 

guttee de sang. 
BuYMSilAWE, ar. a griffin, salient, sa. 
Brymstone, ar. on a fesse, sa. three mullets, or. 
Brymton, gu. six escallops, or. 
BR"iN, gu. semee of nails or, a Hon, rampant, ar. 
Bryn, ar. an eagle, displayed, sa. 
Brynne, az. a lion, rampant, ar. guttee de sang. 
Bnjne, az. a lion, riim])ant, or, billettce, gu. 
Bkynse, gu. in chief, a lion, passant, guardaiit, 

erm. 
BRYON"i'ON, gyronny often, ;u-. and az. 
Bry.SIEEY, or, on a fesse, engr. gu. betw. three 

pheasants, ])ur}). as many crosses pattee, ar. 

pellettee. — Crest, a pheasant, as iu the arms. 
Bryson, gu. a saltier, betw. two spur rowels iu 

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BUG 

fesse, a spear head in chief, ar. and a crescent 
ill base, or, 

Bryus. See]}i»VNSE. 

BUBAMD, sa. a fleur-de-lis, nr. 

Buband, sa. three fleurs-de-hs, ar. 

Bitliaml, sa. thrive fleurs-de-lis, oi'. 

El BB, [Carlisle,] per pale, or and erm. on abend, 
gu. three unicorns' heads erased, ar. crined and 
attired or, reposin;:^ the dexter foot on a shield, 
per pale, or and crm. 

KinnuiLL, or, au insula, graduUy circled, so. 

BUBiiY, [Soniersctsliire,] az. a chev. bttw. throe 
owls, ar. 

BuiJKXHAUSEN, per fesse, gu. and sa. a Dutch 
fleur-de-lis, ar. 

BuEV, or, three water-bougets, az. 

BuciiAM, checpiy, or and az. a fesse, erm. 

BucnAN, [Achuiacoy, Scotland,] ar. three lions' 
heads, erased, gu. 

BucHANNAN, [Scotland,] or, a lion, rampant,- sa. 
lioldiug in his dexter paw a man's heart ppr. all 
within a double tressure, counterflowered of the 
second. — Crest, a dexter hand, holding a sword 
ppr. 

Bucliannan, [Drumhead, Scotland,] or, a lion, 
rampant, sa. holding in his dexter paw au an-ow, 
and in his sinister a bow, all pjiv. within a double 
tressure, counterflowered of the second, — Crest, 
a sinister hand holding a bow, or. 

Buchanan, [Scotland,] or, a lion, rampant, sa. 
armed and langued, gu. within a double tressure, 
comiterflowered of the second.- — Crest, a hand, 
holding up tufted on the top, with a rose, gu. 
within a laui-el- branch dispoled, orleways ppr. — 
Supporters, two falcons ppr. armed ar. chessed 
and belled gu. 

Buchanan, [Scotland,] sa. on a chev. betw. three 
bears' heads, erased, ai-. muzzled, gu. a cinque- 
foil of the first. 

Buchannan, or, a Hon, rampant, sa. armed and 
langued, gu. withhi a double tressure, counter- 
flowered of the second; within a bordure, gu. 
charged with eight crescents, ar. — Crest, a rose 
slijiped, gu. 

Buchannan, per bend, or and sa. a lion, rampant, 
widiin a double tressure, all counterchanged. — 
Crest, a hand, pointing a lance in bend ppr, 

Buchanan, quarterly, first and fourth, or, a lion, 
rampant, sa. in the dexter fore-paw a heart, gu. 
within a bordure of the second, charged with a 
double tressure, flory, countevllory, of the first, 
(for Buchanan,) second and third ar. a raven, 
wings endorsed p])r. charged on the breast v.ith 
a cross crosslct fitchee, gu. betw, four cross 
crosslcts fitchee of the last, one, two, and one, 
(for Cross.) — Crest, a cubit arm, erect, ])pr. 
couped below the wrist, holding a ssvord of the 



BUG 

last, hilt and pomel or. [^Borne hy John Cross 
Buchanan, Esq. 1824.] 

Buchanan, [Scotland,] or, a lion, ramjiant, sa. 
within a bordure, gu. charged with eight cres- 
cents, ar. — Crest, a rose slipped, gu. 

Buchanan, [Scotland,] per bend, or and sa. a lion, 
rampant, within a double tressure, flory, counfer- 
flory, all counterchanged.- — Crest, a band, point- 
ing to a lance in bend, ppr. 

B U c 11 E, [Wilts,] ar. three boars' heads, sa. on a fesse, 
gu. a fleur-de-lis, betw. two eagles, displayed, or. 

Buchc, sa. a chev. betw. three bows, ar. 

Buche, sa. a chev. betw. three boars, ar. 

BucHEi:, [^riddlesex,] sa. a chev. erm. betw. 
three talbots, passant, or. 

Bucher, per fesse, sa. and or, a tree couped and 
eradicated, counterchanged. 

BucHESTON, ar. a fesse, gu. betw. tluee bucks' 
heads, cabossed, sa. 

BUCHQUAIN, [Scotland,] ar. three lions' heads, 
erased, sa. 

BuCKH, [Kent,] ar.-on a bend, az. cottised wavy, 
sa, three mullets or. — Crest, an arm, embowed, 
in armour ppr. gai'nished or, holding a cutlass, 
ar. hilled gold. 

Buck, [llanby-Grange, Lincolnsliire, 1592,] lo- 
zengy bendy of eight, or and az. a canton, erm. 
(Another, without the canton.) — Crest, a Sara- 
cen's head, in profile, ppr, v, ith a cap or, wreathed 
about the temples, or and az. two bars' gemelles, 
round the neck, or, the .shoulders habited, az. 

Bucke, [Kent,] ar. on a bend, az. cottised wavy, 
sa. three martlets, or. 

Bucle, [Cambridge,] vert, a bend, betw. two 
bucks, trippant, erm. — Crest, a buck, at gaze, 
erm. standing against a tree, vert. 

Buck, [Hants,] ar. on a chev. sa. betw. three 
bucks' heads, erased, gu. attired, or, as many 
mullets of the last, on a chief, or, a rose, gu. 
betw. two trefoils, slipped, vert. — Crest, a dex- 
ter arm in armour, ppr. garnished and embowed 
or, holding in the hand ppr. a broad scimitai', ar. 
liilfed or. 

Buck, [Gloucester.shire,] jier fesse, wavy, ar, and 
sa. three bucks' attires, fixed to the scalp, coun- 
terchanged.— Crest, a buck's attire, ar. fixed to 
the scalp, or. 

Buck, [l.incohishire,] lozengy, bendy of eight, or 
and az. a canton, erm, and bordure, gu. — Crest, 
a portcullis, az. garnished and chained or. 

Buck, [\Yisbeach, Cambridgeshire,] gii. a fesse, 
counter compony, or and az. betv,'. six cross 
crosslets ar. placed saltierways. 

Buck, [Worcestershire,] per tesse, nebulee, ar. 
and sa. three bucks' attires, fixed to the scalp, 
all counterchanged, — Crest, a buck's attire, fixed 
to the scalp, sa. 



BUG 

BucJi, per fesse nebulee, ar. and sa. three bucks 
attires, fixed to the scalp, counterchanjed, on a 
canton, az. a cnp, covered or. [Grarcfcd to 
James Buck, Esq. of M'intcrhourm, in Ghni- 
ceslersJiire, 17 1 h Juh/. IGlo.] 
Buck, ciuarlerly, g'u. and vert, a buck, betw. thrue 

pheons, ar. all vrithin a bordure, engr. or. 

Buck, lozengy, or and sa. a bend gobonny, or and 

az. a Ciuiton, enn. — Crest, a back's head, rouped, 

ppr. [Borne hij JonaiJian Buck, Esq. 1S24 ] 

BUCK.130ND, sa. three eagles, displayed, or. 

JBUCKERELL, [Devon,] sa. bezantee, a buck, in 

fall course, ai". 
BuckereU, [Devon,] sa. bezantee, two bucks, in 

full course, ar. 
Blckeridge, [Highgate, Middlesex,] or, two 
pales, sa. betw. five cross crosslets, fiichee, of 
the second. — Crest, a stag, courant, ppr. 
Bucket, or, three piles meeting in ba'-e, gii. 

withm a bordure, az. 
Bucket, ar. a chev. betv,. three lions" heads, 

erased, gu. 
Bucket, ar. a chev. az. betw. three hens' heads, 

ei'nsed, gu. 
Bucket, or, three piles meeting in base, gu. 
BUCKETON, ar. thiee bars gemelles, a canton, sa. 
BucKFiELU,orBucK:FELD,gu.afleur-de-li.s, erm. 
Buchfelcl, gu. three fleurs-de-lis, erm. 
BUCKFOULD, per chev. ar. and sa. tlu-ee backs' 
heads, couutcrchanged, attired, or. — Crest, a 
buck ppr. altij-ed or, in a field vert, paled all 
round, or. 
BucKiiAM, checjuy, or and az. a fesse, erm. 
BucKHlLL, gu. out of a coronet or, a demi swan, 
sans wings, ai". from his mouth a scroU, com- 
passing his neck in form of a rein, sa. 
BucKHULL, or BucKSHALL, [Sussex,] or, a lion, 

rampant, az. fretty, ar. 
BucKiLKLE, or, a lion, rampant, tail forchee, az. 
BUCKILL, or, a lion, rampant, double queued, az. 

fretty, ar. 
Bucking, [Essex,] ar. a fesse, raguly, betv,-. six 

cross crosslets, gu. 
Buckingham, [Loudon,] erm. on a bend wavy, 
az. bet^v. two lions, rampani, gu. three bcziuits. 
— Crest, on a cluipeau, az. turned up erm. a 
demi swan, the wings expanded ppr. membered 
or, gorged v\ilh a ducal coronet, gu. [Granted 
December 15, 1708.] 
Buckimjluim, ar. a lion, rampant, gu. 
Buckinijlimn, [Sir Owen, Lord Mayor of London, 
170-5,] or, a lion, rampant, gu. debruised hy a 
bend, az. charged v,\\\x three bezants. 
Bukenluim, or Bokeiiham, [Norfolk,] ar. a licm, 
-rampant, gu. over all a bend, az. charged \s ith 
three bezants. 



BUG 

BUCKETT, ar. a chev. betw. three leopards' faces, 

gu. 
BccKEAND, ar. aneagle, displayed, sa. legged, or. 
Buckland, ar. on a fesse, gu. a dolphin eniljowed, 

of tlie field. 
Buckland, [Somersetshire,] per fesse w azy, ar. and 

gu. two cottises, and three bucks, passant, coun- 

terchanged, two and one, attired or. 
Buckland, or Buckle, [Somersetshire,] gu. tlu-ee 

lions, rampant, ar. on a canton, sa. a fret, or. — 

Crest, on a chapeau, gu. turned np erm. a talbot, 

sejant or. 
Buckland, ar. on a fesse, gu. a dolphin, emhowed, 

erm. 
Buckland, ar. on a pile, gu. a label of five points, ar. 
Buckland, gu. a lion, rampant, ar. on a canton, sa. 

a fret, or. 
Buckland, [Devon,] ar. a fesse, sa. fretty, or, betw. 

three lious, rampant, gu. 
Buckland, or, on a fesse, gu. a dolphin, naiant, ar. 
Buckland, ar. three lions, rampant, gu. a quai-ter, 

sa. fretty or. 
Buckland, ar. a fesse, gu. over all, two dolphins, 

hnnrJent, respecting each oilier in pale or, the 

space betw. them erni. 
Bukcland, gu. a demi lion, rampant, couped, ar. 
Buckle, [Lord Mayor of London, 1593,] sa. a 

chev. betw. three chajdets, ar. — Crest, out of a 

ducal coronet or, a demi leopard, ar. 
Buckle, [Warwickshire,] nr. a fesse vaire, or and 

az. betw. three doves ppr. bearing in their beaks 

a branch, Aert. 
Buckle, [London,] sa. a chev. betw. three buckles, 

ar. 
Buckle, or Buckel, [London,] sa. a chev. betw. 

three bulls' heads, couped, ar. — Crest, out of a 

ducal coronet, a bull's head, ar. 
Biikcll, ar. two lions, rampant, gu. a quarter, sa. 

charged with a fret or. 
Bukcyl, or Bukcleel, or, a liun, rampant, az. fretly, 

ar. 
Buckler, or Bucler, [Dorsetshire,] sa. on a fesse, 

betw. three dragons' heads, erased or, as many 

estoiles of the field. — Crest, a dragon's head, 

erased, sa. charged with two bars or, betw. three 

bezants, two and one. (Another crest, a (ka- 

gon's head, erased, sa. guttee d'or.) 
Buckler, sa. on a fesse or, three annulets, ar. 

betw. as many greyhounds' heads, erased, of the 

third. [Borne i?/ ilie h'ev. Benjamin Buckler, 

D.D. Vicar of Cumner, Berks, who died, 1780.] 
BucKJ.m', [Ciieshire,] sa. a chev. betw. three 

bulls' luads, cabossed, m. (Another, the heads 

couped.) 
Bucklcij, [Kent,] sa. a chev. betw. three bucks' 

heads, cabossed, ar. 

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BUG 

Buckleij, or BucMy, ar. on a cbief daiicctlee, gii. 

a bezant, betw. two lions' beads, cubossed, or. 
Buckley, sa. a cbev. betw. tbrce bucks, passant, ar. 
Buckley, lozeugy, or and sa. 
Buckley, s:t. on a cliev. belw. tbree bulls' brads, 

cabossed, ar. as many mullets, g:n. 
Buckeley, or Bulkley, [Hants and Ireland,] sa. a 

cbev. betw. tbree bulls' jieads, ar. 
Buklegh, ar. on a pale, ^^w. a mascle buckle, or. 
BucK.MAS'i'ER, [Nortliamptonsfdrc, Devonshire, 

and Lincolnshire,] ar. a lion, rampant, betw. 

seven fleurs-de-lis, two, two, two, and one, sa. 
. — Crest, a demi lion, sa. holding in the dexter 

paw, a flein'-de-lis, or, and charged on the slioid- 

• der, with tbree annulets conjoined, or. 
BUCKMATK, gu. a crescent, betw. three mullets, 

or. 

BuCKMlNSTKR, [Xortham])tousliire,] ar. semee 
d'etoiles, sa. a lion, rampant, of the last. — Crest, 
a demi lion, double queued, sa. holding a battle- 
axe, or, beaded ar. 

Buckminsler, ar. semee of fleurs-de-lis, and a bou, 
rampant, sa. [Granted lo Wm. Biickinhisler, 
of Peterborough, 24(h 3farch, 1578. 

Biickminster, [Leicestershire,] ar. a lion, lampanf, 
betw. eight billets, sa. 

BUCKNALL, ar. two cbev. gu. betw. three bucks' 
heads, cabossed, sa.- — Crest, a buck's head, ca- 
bossed, sa. 

BucKROWELL, sa. a buckle with spur, neck fixed, 
thereunto pendent, ar. 

BucKSiDE, sa. t'.vo bucks, passant, ar. attired, or. 

Buckside, sa. two bucks, in full course, or. 

Bitckside, sa. t^vo bucks, courant, ar. 

Biicksied, sa. bezantee, two bucks, passant, ar. 

BuCKTHOUCiiT, [Somersetshire,] crm. a cbev. sa. 
betw. three leopards' faces, gu. 

BuCKTON, [Belliughohn, Northumberland,] ar. a 
goat, salient, sa. and chief vert. — Crest, a goat's 
head, erased, per fesse, indented, ar. and sa. 
attired, or. 

Bucktoa, sa. a haj-t's head, couped, ar. a chief 
vert. 

Buckton, sa. three bars gemclles, and a canton, ar. 

Buckton, sa. on a cbev. ^ert, tliree bucks' heads, 

• cabossed, ar. 

Buckton, sa. on a chief vert, three bucks' heads, 

cabossed, ar. 
Buckton, [Yorkshire,] ar. three bars, sa. on a 

canton of the second; a crescent of the Ci-st. 
Buckton, .sa. a stag's head, ar. a chief or. 
Buckton, ar. a goat, salient, sa. attired, or. 
Buckton, ar. three bars, gemclles, sa. on a canton 

the last, a crescent of the field. 
Buckton, sa. on a chief vert, a buck, lodged, ar. 

attired, or. 



BUG 

Bucllon, ar. a goat, rampant, sa. tlie bead and part 
of the neck of the first, anned, vert. — Crest, a 
goat's head, couped, per fesse, ar. and sa. armed 
or and vert. 

BucKWKLL, [London,] sa. bezantte, two bucks, 
in full course, in })ale, ar. attired, or. 

BrcKVVlST, ar. tv,o demi biicks, courant, con- 
joined, gu. 

BucKAYORTii, ["\Yes(-Sheen, Surrey,] sa. a cbev. 
betw. tbree cross crosslels, fitchee, ar. — Crest, a 
man's bead, armed with a helmet, the beaver 
open, all ppr. (Another crcsi, a demi lion, hold- 
ing a cross crosslet, fitchee ) 

Buckicorth, [London and Hertfordshire,] ar. two 
cbev. hcW. tlu-ee bucks' beads, cabossed, sa. 

Bucy, or, three ogresses, az. 

Bu •■' I ^^' ^^'^^ water bougets, az. 
BuDLAin'AN, or, a demi gTiffin, displayed, sans 

wings, gu. 
BUDNELL, ar. a bend, cottised, gu. betw. six 

crosses of the second. 
BunoxiiED, or BuDORSiiiDE, [Bodick, Corn- 
wall,] sa. three lozenges in fesse, betw. as many 

stags lieads, cabossed, ar. — Crest, a stag's bead, 

erased, ar. 
BuENBY, ar. two bars, in chief a lion, passant, gu. 
BuGALLBERG, ar. a demi sinister, cbev. sa. betw. 

three roses, gu. 
BUGG, az. three water bougets or, two and one. 
Buyg, [Northamptonshire,] or, on a fesse, sa. three 

water bougets ar. 
Biiyg, ar. on a fret, sa. five cross crosslcts, fitcliee, 

of the field. 
Bu'iy, [Leicestershire,] or, on a fesse, sa. tbree 

ogresses, ar. 
Bi!(,(/e, az. three water bougets or, two and one, 

within a bordure, ar. guttec de poix. 
Buc/(/e, [Harlow, Esse.x,] az. three water-bou- 

gets or, within a bordure erm. — Crest, out of a 

ducal coronet, or, a moor's head, side-faced, sa. 

■SM-eatli or and az. 
Biti/ye, [Scothmd,] ar. a lion, ramjiant, vert. 
Biiyge, az. three ogresses or, within a bordure, 

erm. 
Biifjqe, or, fretfv, sa. on each joint, across cross- 

le't, fitchee. of the first. ^ 
BuGGiNE, [London and Kent,] sa. a cockatrice, 

displayed, ar. crested, membered, and jelloped, 

gu. (Another, crowned, crested, and jelloped, 

or.) [Granted April 20, L578.] 
Bugqlnc, az. an antelope, passant, ar. attired, 

tu'fled, and iniguled, sa. — Crest, an antelope, 

sejant, ar. armed, tufted, and unguled, sa. 
Buggine, sa. a cockatrice, displayed, ai-. memberod, 

&i»- . ■ . . . 



BUI. 

BoKKN, ar. a fcsse a/., a label of three points gu. 

lU'KENIIAM, or 130KKNHAM. ScO BUCKING- 
HAM. 

BUK ESflil^L, [Sussex,] ar. two lions, rampant, 

gn. a quarter charged with a fret or. 

JJUKKT, 07- BiHKKT, ar. a chev. gu. betw. tliree 

leopards' heads of the second. 
BUKETON, or BucKTON, [Yorkshire,] sa. eiglit 

bar gemelles, and a cauton ar. 
Bukcton, or Buckton, sa. three bars geinelics, ar. 
. on a canton of tlie second, a crescent of the first. 
Biiketo/i, or Buckton, ar. a goat, salient, sa. and 

a chief vert. 
BUK ETOOTH, or Blcktooth, lozengy, or and sa. 
BuLAMFKCK, ar. three flying fishes, naiajit, in 

pale, az. wings and fins gu. 
BULBECK, vert, a lion, rampant, ar. vulned on 

the shoulder gu. 
Bidbeck, ar. a lion, rampant, vert. 
Bulbeck, az. three bars, wavy, ar. 
Bulheck, [Essex,] vert, a hon, rampant, ar. armed 

and langued gu. 
Bulheck, ar. three bars, wavy, az, over all, a lion, 

rampant, of the first. [Graiticd io John Bul- 
heck, of Kincjston, Aprils, lo-jlt.] 
BuLFACE, ar. a demi bull, rampant, guardant, 

displayed, couped, sa. 
BuLi.MOKE, erm. a lion, rampant, sa. — Crest, a 

demi lion, ramj)ant, sa. 
Bui-KALEEL, or, a lion, rampant, az. tail 

forked. 
BuLKELKV, sa. a chev. bctw. tbee bulls' heads, 

cabossed, ar.- — Crest, a bull's head and neck, 

erased, per pale, ar. and sa. 
Bulkcky, [Cheshire.] The same as Buckley, 

of Cliesliire. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, 

a ball's head ar. firmed of the first. 
Bulkekij, or Bulkely, [Ireland,] sa. a chev. betw. 

three bucks' heads, cabossed, ar. — Crest, a 

bull's head, coui)ed at the neck, sa. [Certified 

at t/ie College of Arms, London, 1779, to 

William Bulkeley.] 
Bnlkeley, [Bulkeley, Cheshire,] ar. a chev. sa. 

betw. three bulls' heads of the second. 
Bulkeley, sa. tliree bulls' heads, couped, ar. — 

Crest, a buU's head, couped, per pale, sa. and 

ar. attired of the last. 
Bulklcy, [StalTordsbire,] sa. three chev. ar. betw. 

as many goats' heads, erased, of the last. 
Bulkley, [V\'ilts,] sa. three IjuUs' heads, cabossed, 

ar. — Crest, a bull's head, erased, per pale, ar. 

and sa. 
Bulkley, sa. three bulls' heads, coii|)ed, or. 
BuEKYN, or IIiNCK, [Otliam, Kent,] or, a chev. 

betw. three close helmets az. [Cerlified April'i, 



13 U L 

Bull, [Ongar, Essex,] or, a bull's head, cabossed, 
gu. — Crest, a bull's head, cabossed, gu. horned, 
or, betw. two wings of the last. 

Bull, ar. three bulls' heads, cabossed, sa. — Crcsl, 
a bull's head and neck, erased, sa. 

Jhdf, [Brecon,] or, a crescent, bctw. three bulls' 
heads, cabossed, gu. 

Bull, ar. three moors' heads, in profile, sa. 
wreathed about the foreheads, ar. and vert, and 
tied. 

Bull, [^Yales,] ar. a bull sa. armed and hoofed or. 

Bull, [London,] gii. on a chev. ar. betw. three 
bulls' heads, couped, of the second, as many 
roses of the first. — Crest, on a wreath, a cloud 
p])r. thereon a celestial sphere az. replenished 
with the circles or, and beautified with the zo- 
diack, inscribed with the signs Aries, Taurus, 
Gemini, Cancer. Motto, Sol, mi, re, fa. 

Bull, ar. three Saracens' heads, in jirofile, couped, 
])])r. with wreaths about their heads, ar. and az. 

Bull, [Oxford,] or, three bulls' heads, cabossed, 
gu. — Crest, a bull's head, cabossed, bctw. tv.o 
wings, or. 

Bull, [London,] ar. on a canton sa. a lion's head, 
erased, or.- — Crest, a lion's head, erased, sa. 
ducally crowned or. 

Bull, [London, Yorkshire, and Hockwold, Xor- 
folk,] az. three bulls' heads, erased, ar. attired 
or, betw. as many annulets, iu fosse, of the 
last. — Crest, a bull's head, erased, sa. charged 
wi(h six annulets or, one, two, and three. 

Ihdl, [Lord Mayor of London, 1774,] ar. a bull's 
head, erased, sa. armed or, on a chief of the 
second, three escallops of the field. 

Bull, ar. three Saracens' heads, cabossed, az. caps 
and beards sa. 

BuLLBECK, vert, a lion, rampant, ar. wounded, 

gu- 
BuLLiiROOKE, [Drinkstou, Suflolk,] sa. a fesse 

wavy, betw. two helmets ar. 
BULLiiN', [Brecon,] ar. a chev. gu. betw. three 

bulls' heads, couped at the neck ppr. 

{^"((''"- ^See BoLLEYN. ■ ' 

Bulleyne. i 

BULLAYN, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three bulls' heads, 

couped, sa. 
Bl^LLER, [Cornwall and Somersetshire,] sa. on a 

cross ar. pierced of the field, four eagles of the 

first. — Crest, a moor's head, full faced, couped, 

])pr. WTeathed about the temples, ar. and az. 

(Another crest, an old man's head, full faced, 

ppr.) 
Bailer, sa. on a cross, quarter-pierced, ar. four 

eagles sa. 
Bullhead, ar. the horns of a bull, fixed to the 

scalp, vith two ears sa. 



B U L 

BULLINGHAM, [Lincolnshire,] az. an eagle, dis- 
played, ar. iu liis beak, a sprig- verf, on a chief, 
or, a rose, bct-vr. two cross crosslels gu. 
BuLi.lVANT, erm. a tower sa. ou a chief gu. 
three fleurs-de-lis or. — Crest, a demi lion, or, 
charged on the breast'v,ilhaflenr-de-lis vert, and 
holding in his gambs a tower sa. 
BuLLOcii, gii. a cliev. ar. betw. three bulls' heads; 

cabossed, or. 
Bui. LOCK, quarterly; first and fourth, gu. a cijev. 
crni. betw. three bulls' heads, cabossed, ar. 
armed or, (for Bullock ;) second and third, ar. 
a fesse, embattled, gii. in chief two cross cross- 
lets of the last, (for Watson. J— Crest, first, 
five antique halberds, erect, handles or, blades 
ppr. encircled "srith a ribbon or, cord tied in a 
knot gu. over it this motto, Nil conscire sihi, 
(for Bullock;) second, a dexter ami, enibowed, 
in armour, the hand holding in the gauntlet a 
)jalm-branch, all jipr. (for Walson.) Motto, 
under the arms, Rspcrance en Dieu. [^Borne 
I'll J. J. Watson Bullock, Esq. of Faulkhourne- 
iiall, near Chelmsford, Essex, 1824.] 
Bullock, gu. a chev. betw. three bulls' heads, ca- 
bossed, ar. — Crest, on a -wi-eath, five pole- 
axes ppr. encircled by a band or ribbon az. 
[Borne hy Benjamin Bullock, Esq. of Jumpers 
House, Christ-Church, Hants, 1823.] A Sub- 
scriber. See Plate of Arms. 
Bullock, ar. a sea-buU's head, couped, sa. 
Bullock, or Bulloke, [Essex,] gu. a chev. betw. 
three bulls' heads, cabossed, ar. armed or. — 
Crest, five battle-axes, staves or, heads sa. 
tied with a line and bow-knot gu. (Another 
crest, five bills az. tied together or.) 
Bullock, [London, 1(500,] per chev. gu. and erm. 
in chief, two bulls' heads, cabossed, ar. — 
Crest, on a mount vert, a bee-hi\ e or, thereon 
a bee, displayed, ppr. 
Bullock, erm. on a chief gti. a label of five points 
or. — Crest, seven arrows, six in saltier and one 
in base gu. feathered and headed ar. enfiled with 
a mural crown of the last. 
Bullock, ar. three bulls' heads gu. 
Bullock, gu. a chev. betw. three bulls' heads ar. 
Bullock, gu. a chev. erm. betw. three bulls' heads, 
cabossed, ar. — Crest, five treble jioiufed spears, 
staves or, headed ar. tied togetlar with a knot 
gu. 
Bullock, [Brecon,] erm. a chief gu. 
BuLi.MOiu;, ar. three Canai-y birds gu. 
Bi'L-MAN, sa. three i)ius wavy, ar. on a chief gu. 

a bull, passiuit, or. 
BlLMKR, or B U LI. MJU{, [Essex and Yorkshire,] 
gu. hillettee or, a lion, rampant, of the last. — 
Crest, a bull, passant, gu. armed and unguled or. 



BUN 

Buhner, or Bulhncr, ar. hillettee gu. a lion, ram- 
pant, of the last. 
Buhner, [Ivorfolk,] sa. ou a bend ar. cottiscd erm. 

tliree escallops gu. (Another, sa.) 
Buhner, gu. a lion, rampant, or, hillettee of tlic 

first. 
Buhner, gu, a lion, rampant, per fesse, orandar. 
within an orle of billets of the first. — Crest, a 
demi bull, rampant, gu. armed or, thereon an 
escallop, betw. two billets, in ])alc, or. 
Buhner, gu. a lion, salient, vvitliin an orle of bil- 
lets or. 
BuLSHAM. or Belsham, sa. a crescent ar. 
Bi'LSTRODE, [Buckinghamshire and Bedford- 
shire,] sa. a stag's head, cabossed, ar. in his 
mouth, fessewnys, an arrow of the last, on the 
scalp, betw. the attires, a cross fonnee, fitchee, 
or. — Crest, a bull's head and neck, betw. two 
wings, expanded, gu. attired ar. (Another, the 
wings ar.) 
Bulstrocle, sa. on a stag's head, a cross formee, 

fiU'hi'e, ar. 
Bulstrocle, [Buckinghamshire and Worcestershiie,] 
sa. a stag's head, cabossed, ar. attired or, betw. 
the attires a cross pattce, fitchee, of the third, 
tluough the nostril an arrow of the last, feathered 
of the second. [Borne hy Whitlock Bulstrocle, 
Esq. 1749, Colle(/n of Arms, D. 14, C. 26.] 
BuL\VEK, alias Calling, [Norfolk,] gu. on a 
chev. ar. betw. tliree birds, reguardant, or, as 
many ciuquefoils sa. 
BuLWORK, az. a cross potence, rebated on the 

head of the sinister sides, recoursie or. 
BuME, gu. a stellion serpent ppr. 
BUxMSTED, [Suflolk,] ar. ou a bend, betw. two 
crosses formee, fitchee, gu. tlnee mullets, 
pierced, of the first. 
BUMJURY, [Bunbury, and Stanney, Cheshire,] 
ar. ou a bend sa. thi-ee chess-rooks of the first. 
■ — Crest, two swords in saltier ar. hilted or, en- 
filed with a leopard's head of the last. 
Bunhurij, or Baunhury, ar. a cross potent, betw. 

four mullets, jnerced, gn. 
BuNCE, Kent and London,] az. on a fesse, betw. 
three boars ar. as many eagles of the field. — 
Crest, a demi boar, az. pierced tluough the 
neck with a broken spear gu. headed ai-. 
BuNCKiLL, sa. three buckles or. 
Bunckill, w. on a bend sa. three buckles 

or. 
Bund, [Worcester,] gu. three eagles' legs, a la 

quise, ar. two and one. 
BuXEViLE, ar. on a bend sa. three mullets of the 
■ field. 

BUNFORD, quarterly, gu. and erm. a bend or. — 
Crest, out of a ducal coronet a demi Hon gu. 



BUR 

BuNOALL, or EoNGHOLK, gu. tliTCC augcrs .IT. 
bandies or. 

BUNGEY, [Kent, Dorking-, Surrey, and Xorfolk, 
15SS,] az. a lion, passant, or, betvr. tlireo be- 
zants. — Crest, an eaj^lc, ^\ith wings endorsed ar. 
standing on a laurel branch vert, tructed cr. 

BUNIXGHILL, sa. three gad bees, vokmt, en 
arriere ar. 

BUNNEY, or Bunny, [Yorkshire and Ryton, 
Durham,] ar. a chev. bctw. three goats' heads, 
erased, sa. — Crest, a goat's head, erased, sa. 
attired or, on one of the horns two annulets cou- 
joined of the last. 

BuNTEN, or Bunting, ar. a bend gu. betw. 
tlu-ee bunten birds ppr.— Crest, a bunten bird 
standing on a garb all ppr. 

Biiiilen, [Pulbridge, Scotland,] ar. tliree bnnfeu 
birds, on a chief 4iz. a s%vord fessewa}'s of the 
first, hilt and pomel or. — Crest, an arm, grasp- 
ing a sword .... 

Bunten, [Buntenh;ill,] ar. a chev. betw. three 
bunten birds |ipr. 

BUNTINGE, ai-. a chev. purp. betw. three bun- 
tings az. 

Buntingc, [Norfolk,] or, eui escallop sa. on a cliief 
wavy of the second, three dolphins, embowed, 
of the first, 

BuNTON, sa. three hounds, passant, ar. 

Bunion, sa. three sinister hands ar. 

BuNT^ ILLAINE, ar. three crescents gu. 

BUNWOUTH, erm. on a bend cottised sa. three 
church bells ar. 

BuRRKCK, .... a fesse chequy or and sa. betw. 
three lions' heads erased 

BuRiiYCiiE, [Middlesex and Hertford,] sa. a 
chev. engr. or, guttee de sang-, betw. three 
boars' heads, couped, ar. — Crest, a boar's head 
and neck, erased, ar. bristled or, betw. two 
acorn branches, leaved vert, fructed of the se- 
cond. 

BuRCETUR, ar. three bears' heads, erased, sa. 

BuJtciiAR, [London and Essex,] sa. a chev. erm. 
betw. three leopards, passant, or. — Crest, a 
gieyhouud, sejant, ar. ducally gorged or. 

BuRCHK, or BuRCKE. See Birch. 

BuRCUENSHAWj ai'. a wivem, holding up his 
dexter foot, vert. 

BuRD, ar. a cross, betw. four martlets gu. 

Bind, or Bijrde. See Bird. 

BuRDEAUX, ar. two bars sa. in chief three annu- 
lets of the second. 

Burdeanx, j)aly of six, or and gu. a chief erm. 

Bu RnEEOYS, [Norfolk and Cambridgeshire,] erm. 
a chief gu. 

Btirddtjs, erm. on a chief gu. a lion, passant, 
guardant, or. 



BUR 

Burden, ar. on a bend sa. tliree bcz.ants. 

Burden, az. three pilgrims' staves or, the field 
crusily of the second. 

Burden, [Gosbcrkirk, Lincolnshire,] ar. three pil- 
grims' staves, in fesse gu. pomelled or. 

Burden, ar. on a bend sa. five bezants. 

Burden, ar. three pilgi-ims' staves gu. 

Burdon, [Nottinghamshire and Cumberland,] az. 
three palmers' staves or. 

Burdon, az. three comets in pale or, betw. four 
cross crosslets, fitchee, ar. 

Burdon, or Bourdon, az. three hautboys, and as 
many cross crosslets or. 

Burdon, or, three pilgrims' staves az. 

Burdon, ar. three pilgTims' staves gu. 

Burdon, az. two horns, endorsed, or, betw. four 
cross crosslets, fitchee, ar. 

Burdon, gu. three bordiires ar. 

Jiurt/Iidon, ar. three cinqnefoils sa. . 

Burgltdon. The same, Tritliin a bordiire, engr. sa. 

BURDETT, [Yorkshire and Wan\-ickshire,] az. 
two bars or, each charged with three martlets 
gu. — Crest, a lion's head, erased, sa. (Another, 
couped.) 

Burdelt, or, two bars az. 

Burden, [Burthwait, Yorkshire,] paly of six, ar. 
and sa. on a bend gu. three martlets or. — Crest, 
on a tower ppr. a martlet rising or. 

Burdeit, or Bordet, [Leicestershire,] az. two bars 
or. 

Burdctt, [Bramscott, "\Var-u ickshire,] az. two bars 
or. — Crest, a lion's head, erased, sa. This 
fimiily anciently charged the bars Avith six mart- 
lets gu. 

Burdett, [Bowel),] ar. on a bend gu. three mart- 
lets of the field. 

Burdett, az. two bars ai-. 

Burdelt, [Leicestershire,] az. two bars charged 
with three martlets gu. 

Burdelt, ar. on a bend sa. three bezants. 

Burdett, az. two bars, and as many mullets in 
chief or. 

Burdett, w.. two bars or, a bend gn. 

Burdett, [^yarwicksllire,] az. on t\\'0 bars or, six 
mnrtlets gu. 

Burdelt, aa. two bm-s or, on the first bar three 
martlets gu. 

BURDITE, paly of six, ar. and az. on a bend gu. 
three martlets or. 

BURDUS, []\Iiddlesex,] sa. two bars betw. tln-ee 
aniudets in chief, and a fleur-de-lis in base or. 
• — Crest, an elephant erm. standing on a mount 
vert, and resting himself under a tree pjir. 
[Granted, August Sth, 3720.] 

BURELL. See J5URRELI,. 

Bukes, or BowER!>,. [Norfolk and Suffolk,] per 



B IJ R 

cliev. indented, sa. and crni. in chief two lions, 
rninpaiit, or. 

Bures, [Somersetshire,] enn. on a chief indented 
az. tv/o lions, rampant, or. 

Bines, erm. on a chief dancettee sa. two hons, 
rampant, or. 

Burcs, or, a lion, rampant, doulile queued sa. op- 
jiressed with a bend g-u. 

Bines, az. six lions, rampant, ar. three, two, and 
one, within abordure, ent^r. or, a canton erm. 

Bures, erm. on a chief az. tliree lions, rampant, or. 

Bures, sa. a bend vairc or and gu. betw. eight 
ffarbs of the second. 

Bures, ar. on a bend sa. tliree dolphins, naiant, or. 

liuiJPiELT), paly of six, ar. and sa. 

Burjiekl, palj' of six, ar. and sa. a bend gu. 

1] UK FOOT, or, a garb vert, betw. three fleurs-de- 
lis sa. — Crest, on a wreath, an eastern crown, 
thereon a pine apple, leaved and cro\Mied, all 
or. [Granted to Thomas Burfoot, of London, 
1752.] N.B. The crown'of the pine apple is 
the leaves which grow from the top. 

BuRFORD, quarterh^ az. and gu. a cross or, 
betw. four cross crosslets ar. 

BURG.\NNY, gu. a tower or. 

Burgas, or Burgas e, vert, a fesse or, fretty 
gu. betw. three birds ar. 

Bubo ATT, [Suffolk,] paly of six, ar. and sa. 

Bur(/att, paly of six, ar. and az. 

Buryate, ar. a chev. betw. three boars' heads, 
conped gu. 

Buryate, [Staffordshire,] paly of six, ar. and sa. 

Buryate, [Suffolk,] paly of ten, ar. and sa. 

BURGAVENNY, gu. a saltier ar. 

Burg AW, gu. three bends ar. a pale or. 

BURGAYNE. SeeBURGOINE. 

BURGCHAUSEN, ar. a wivern to the sinister vert. 

Burghausen, ar. a wivern, rampant, to" the sinister 
tail torqued embowed vert, casting fu-e out of 
his mouth ppr. 

BURGEDON, ar. three cinquefoils sa. 

BuRGERSli, or BuRWASH, gu. a lion, rampant, 
tail forchee or. 

BuRGES, [Leicestershire,] ar. on a bend, betw. 
six cross crosslets gu. tlu-ee lozenges of the field. 

Buryes, ax. on a bend sa. three plates. 

Buryes, per fesse, ar. and erm. a fesse az. fretty 
or, a bordure of the third, bezantee, on a canton 
gu. a bend of the first, charged ^v^th the baton 
of Knight-Marshal ppr. — Crest, on a wreath, a 
camel's head ppr. bezantee, erased ga. [Borne 
lij Charles MontoUen Buryes, Esq. of Beauport, 
Susse.v, 1823.] A. Subsciiber. 

Buryes. vert, a fesse or, fretty gii. betw. three 
doves ar. membered of the third, 

Buryes, lozengy, gu, and vair, 



BUR 

Buryes, [Crendon, Lincolnshire,] ar. a fesse 
chequy, or and sa. in chief three crosses, (lory, 
of the last." — Crest, on a mural cro^vn, chequy 
or and sa. a round buckle of the first, the tongue 
erect in pale. [Granted, ]031.] 

Buryes, [West-Ham, Essex,] ar. on a cross sa. a 
leopard's face or.- — Crest, a Saracen's head, side 
faced ppr. wreathed about the temples, ar. and 
sa. habited over the shoulder of the first, in 
stripes paleways, thereon torteanxes. 

Buryes, quarterly, or and az. a bend gu. 

Buryes, ar. a fosse lozengy or and az. in chief 
three mascles of the third, within a bordure of 
the same, bezantee. [Granted to William and 
John Burqes, of Weslport, Dorsetshij-e, Ajiril 
11th, IGLl.] 

Buryes, chequy ar. and gu. on a chief or, three 
crosses bottonnee az. — Crest, a lion, rampant, 
gu. holding in his dexter paw an annulet enclo- 
sing a fleur-de-lis ar. 

Bury's, ar. a fesse lozengy or and az. betw. three 
mascles of the third, a bordure of the last be- 
zantee. — Crest, a camel's head ppr. 

Bouryes, [Somersetshire,] ar. a fesse az. fretty or, 
in chief three mascles of the third, all -witliin a 
bordure az. bezantee. — Crest, a camel's head, 
erased, ppr. bezantee. [Greeted, 1614.] 

BuRcri, ar. a chev. erm. cottised sa. betw. three 
chaplefs gu. 

Burgh, ar. on a fesse dancettee sa. three bezants. 

Burgh, lozengy gu. and vair. 

Burgh, az. three fleurs-de-lis erm. — Crest, a fal- 
con rising erm. belled or, ducally gorged of the 
last. 

Burgh, or, three bucks' heads sa. attired ar. 

Burgh, or Borough, [Gainsborough, Lincohishire,] 
az. three fleurs-de-lis erm. 

Burgh, or, a cross, pattee, gu. 

Buryh, ar. on a fesse sa. three bezants. 

Buryh, [Staflbrdshire,] ar. on a saltier sa. five 
swans ppr. 

Buryh, or, on a cross gy\. five mnllets ar. 

Burgh, gu. three fleurs-de-lis erm. 

Burgh, ar. on a fesse sa. three plates. 

Burgh, [Devonshire,] ar. an eagle, imperial, gu. 
membered, vert. 

Burgh, or, a cross gu. — Crest, a cat-a-mountain, 
sejant, ppr. collared, and chain reflexed over 
the back or. [Borne by Lieutenant- Colonel Sir 
Vhjsses Burgh, of Bert, Kildare, K.C.B. 
K.T.S. of Portugal, and St. Anne of Russia, 
1824.] See Plate of Arms. 

Burgh, ar. on a fesse dancettee, sa. tliree bezants, 
a label of three points gu. 

Burghe, ar. on a saltier sa. five ducks of the field, 
membered gu. •■ . . •, 



BUR 

BURGHERSn E, g\i. a lion, rampant, double queued, 

or. — Crest, in a mural coronet, gu. a demi lion, 

double queued, or. 
Biuyhersh, [Devon, Teiu]). ]-]d\T;nd I.] The same 

arms. 
Burghersh, [Norfolk, Temp. VA\\m>\ III.] The 

same arms. 
BuKGHUON. Sec BURDOX. 
BuRGiiEPK, ar. a cliev. \ert. 
BURGIIEPI'R, or BuRGHOPPj;, fo". ou a chev. 

az. th)-ee fleurs-de-lis, or. 
BUKGHJLL, [Yorkshire,] az. a chev. ar. betw. 

three martlets or. 
Burfjltill, paly of six, ar. and sa. ou a bend gu. a 

Saxon cro^n or. — Crest, a lion's head, ar. crown- 
ed with a Saxou crov.u or. 
BurcjldU, [Buug-ay, in SuiTulk, and of l^recr^n,] 

paly of six, ar. and sa. over all a bend, gu. — ■ 

Crest, a lion's head, erased, ar. 
Buryhill, [Ireland,] jialy of .six, ar. and sa. 
Buryldll, [Lichfield,] paly of six, ar. ajid sa. on 

a beud gu. a mitre or. 
BunjliUl, paly of six, or and hy.. o\ex all a fosse, 

gu. 
Bitrghill, [Ireland,] paly of six, ar. and sa. on a 

beud, gu. three escallops or. 
BurgeltiU, ar. a beiul gu. over all four ))ales sa. 

(Another three.) 
BurgliuU, [Ireland,] paly of six, or and sa. 
Bitrghull, [Ireland,] paly of six, ar. and sa. on a 

bend, gu. three escallops of the first. 
Burghwell, ar. ou a bend, gu. three martlets or, 

all vithiu a bordure of the second. 
BuRGHT. See Birt. 
EURGILTON, [Norfolk,] quarterly, or and gu. ou 

a bend sa. two plates. 
BURGMIXHILL. The same as Bi'MXGIIIll. 
BURGNIE, ar. a tower, elivironed with a round 

■wall, gu. 
BuRGO. The same as Bukges. 
Burgo, vaire, or and gu. 
Bnrgo, gu. seven niascles vair. 
Burgo, or, a cross gu. 
l3uRG0lGNE, [Cambridgeshire and Devonshire,] 

az. a hound, passant, ar. — Crest, an antelope, 

sejant, ar. attired, tufted, and maned, sa. 
Burgoigne, ax. a talbot, passant, or. 
Burgoine, [Bedfordshire,] gu. a chev. betw. three 

talbots, passant, ar. ou a chief embattled of the 

second; three martlets, az. — Crest, a talbot, 

sejant or, eared sa. collared gu. 
Burgoyn, gu. a wolf, passant, or, on a chief cre- 

uellee, ai. three martlets, az. 
iiurgogn, az. a talbot, passant, ar. collared, gu. 

lined or, at the end of the line a knot. 
Burgoigne, az. a talbot, passant, ar. 



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Burgayne, gu. on a fesse, betw. six cross crosslets, 

ar. a cross crosslet of the first. 
Burgoi/ne, go. a chev. or, betw. three talbots, 

passant, ar. on a chief crenellee of the last, three 

martlets, az. 
Blrgom, or BuRGOYXE, [Oxfordsliu-e,] az. a 

hound, courant, ar. 
BoURGONGNE, per fesse nebulee of three, az. 

and ar. 
Bourgongne, az. three fleurs-de-lis or. over all a 

bend gu. charged with a chief, and dolphin of 

the field. 
Bourgongne, az. a talbot, passant, ar. 
Be RGOWER, ar. on a mount vert, a castle, sa. 
BURGULION, or BURGGNYON, quarterly, or and 

gu. a beiul, sa. in the second and third q\iarters, 

three annulets, ar. 
Burgiilion, quarterly, or and gu. on a bend sa. a 

mullet, ar. 
BURHAM, gu. a chev. hciw. three lions' heads, 

erased, ar. 
Burham, gu. a cross, betw. four crescents, ar. 
BriRHOi'E, ar. on a chev. az. three fleurs-de-lis, 

or. 

Burke, 5«-I5«^'^'^^- ' 

BURKEX, [Loudon,] lU". a bar, az. 

BurLln, ar. a fesse, gu. 

Bi'RKTox, [Norfolk,] ar. three bars, voided sa. 

Burklon, [Brorae, Suffolk,] ar. three bars, voided, 

sa. on a canton of the first; a crescent gu. 
BuRLACE, [Chester,] erra. on abend sa. two hands 

and arms, issuing out of clouds, ppr. rending a 

horse-shoe, ar. 
Burlacy, [Cornwall,] ar. on a beud sa. two hands 

rending a horse-shoe, ar. 
Bur LAND, sa. a chev. betw. three burlijig-irous, 

ar. 
Bb'REER, gu. three burling-irons, ar. 
Bur LEY, [Wiltshire and Leicestershire,] vert, 

three boars' heads, couped, ar. armed or. — Crest, 

a demi boar ppr. armed, hoofed, and bristled or, 

aiul gorged with a chain of the last, supporting 

a thistle ppr. 
Burley, quarterly, ar. aud sa. 
Barley, gu. two bars gobunated, ar. and az. 
Burley, paly of six, ar. and az. over all three 

bars gu. 
Burley, or, three bars sa. a chief paly erm. and gu. 
Burley, ar. a lion, rampant, sa. debruised with a 

fesse chequy, or and az. 
Burlaij, j)er fesse, embattled, sa. and ar. three 

launces counterchiuiged. 
Burley, ar. three tilting spears in pale, sa. cm- 

brued gu, a chief of the second. 
Burley, [Shropshire,] paly of six, sa, and or, on 
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BUR 

a chief of tbe second; two pallets of the first; 
an iiicscoclicon baiTV of siv, gu. and crin. 

Biirley, paly of six, ar. and az. fretted ^\ ith a 
bendlet in fesse, gu. tlie chief and base as the 
third. 

Bnrhy, cnu. on abend gu. three cliev. or. 

Biiilinj, ar. alien, rampant, sa. a bar couiitercom- 
poiiy, az. and or. 

Burlcij, .sa. thiee bars or, a chief of tlic last, 
charged with two pellets of the field, on an in- 
escocheon enu. three bars gu. 

Bcrlerj, [Ireland,] az. a chcv. betw. three leopards' 
faces or. 

Berhij, ar. a chief sa. over all three tilting spears, 
erect, conntercliauged. 

Bur LINGER, gu. three burling-irous ar. 

BuRl;YN, sa. two chev. ar. 

BuRLVNKT. See Bolrlvnet. 

BuRi.z, [Sudolk, 1597,] az. a chev. betw. three 
.spears' l-.cads, broke from the stafi' or. — Crest, 
a squirrel, sejant, sii]>port!ng a ragged staff 
or. 

Burn, quarterly, ar. and sa. in each quarter a 
lion's face, counteixhanged, on a chief of the 
first, three fleurs-de-lis, gu. 

Burn, or, two mullets pierced in chief, sa. and a 
bugle lioni stringed in base, gu. — Crest, a dex- 
ter ana erect, habited sa. cuff ar. holding in the 
hand jjpr. a fleur-de-lis or. 

BuRXAB's-, or BuRNEiiY, [Vi^atford, Middlesex,] 
ar. two bars gu. in chief a lion, passant, guardant, 
of the second. — Crest, a demi man, sa. iu his 
dexter hand a branch of colombiue fiowers ppr. 
round his neck a rope or, with the end hanging 
down on the sinister side. 

Burnahy , [Devon,] az. two bars countercmbatlled, 
erm. ' 

Bnrnaby, ar. two bars gu. in chief a lion, passant, 
guardant, per pale, gu. and vert. — Crest, out of 
a naval crown or, a demi Uon, lampant, guar- 
dant, of the last, iu the dexter paw a staff ppr. 
thereon a flag, gu. [Grcmfed to Sir William 
Burmihy, Bart, of BroiKjhton-HaU, Oxford- 
sltire, 17G7.] 

Burnhy, ar. two bars, gu. a lion, passant, guar- 
dant, of the second. 

Bwvjiy, or Burnehy, [iJevonshire,] ar. two bars 
creiicliee, erm. 

Burnhy, [Norlands, Kensington, Middlesex.] Th- 
same. 

Burnelnj, [Burneby, Devon,] az. two bars, em- 
battled, couuterembattled, erm. 
BuRNAM. See Burxham. 
BuRNAvn.L, or BuRNAViLK, gu. arose or. 
Biiritevile, [Suffolk,] gu. a saltier, engr. ar. betw. 
four cinquofuik or. 



BUR 

Biirnevile, gu. a saltier, engT. or, betw. four cinque- 
foils, ar. 

BuRXAWlKi:, or BuRNWWiCK, g-u. a cross, 
formee, or. 

BuKMUJURV, [Cornwall,] gu. a chev. ar. 

BuRNELL DE, ar. a lion, raiupant, doidjle queued, 
az. guttcc and crowned, or. 

Burnell, ar. a lion, rampant, sa. crovnied, or. 

Bi'rnoU, ))er fesse, indented, or and ar. a lion, 
rampant, sa. witliin a liordure, gu. charged with 
eiglit plates. 

BurneU, ar. a lion, rampant, sa. on a bendlet, gu. 
three escallops or. 

Burni'U, ar. a lion, rampani, sa. a label of five, gu. 

Burnell, ar. a lion, rampaut, sa. ducally crosvned 
or, within a bordure az. bczantee. 

Burnell, [Norfolk,] per fesse and 

in chief a ship with three masts, shrouded 

her sails trusted up and hoisted to the main-top 

in base a syren ppr. — Crest, a tower 

flammant ppr. 

Burnell, ar. a lion, rampaut, sa. crov/ned or, 
huigued and armed, gu. within a bordure, az. 

Burnell, ar. a lion, rampant, sa. crowned or, de- 
bruised by a baton, gu. all within a bordure, az. 
— Crest, a lion's gamb, erased sa. grasping a 
biiuch of roses gu. stalked and leaved vert. 

Burnell, [London,] sa. on a bend, ar. three escal- 
lops of tlic first. — Crest, a greyhound, sejant, ar. 

Burnell, [Ireland and Essex,] ar. a lion, rampaut, 
sa. over all a baton, gu. 

Burnell, [Ireland and Essex,] ar. a lion, sa. over 
all a bend gu. charged with three escallops or. 
( Another , of the field.) 

Burnell, ar. abend crenellec sa. betv.'. six ogresses. 

Burnell, ar. a chev. sa. bclv/. tltrce Cornish choughs, 
ppr. 

Burnell, [Ilolgate, Shropshire, Temi). Edward II.] 
ar. a lion, rampant, sa. crowned or, within a 
bordure az. 

Burnell, az. a lion, rampant, guardant, ar. guttee 
de sang, and ducally crowned or. 

Burnell, ar. a lion, rampaut, sa. dcbvuised by a 
bendlet, gu. 

Birmll, [Oxfordshire,] ar. a lion, rampant, sa. 

guttee d'or. 
Birncll, [Lincolnshire,] ar. a liou, ram])ant, az. 
Birnell, [Oxfordshire,] ar. a lion, rampant, az. 

guttee d'or. 
Birnell, or ByrnelL The same, with a label of 

three points gu. 
Bourncll, barry of six, az. and ar. a bend gu. 
BuRNV;t, ar. "three linlly-leavcs in chief ppr. and 
a lnintinL',-li'>ru in base sa. garnished gu. within 
a bordure, indented, vert. — Crest, a branch of 
hollv, vert. , ■ . . 



B U 11 

Buniet. The same, v.ith a bordure compouec, ar. 
and vert. 

Buriief, ar. a falcon, volant, ppr. bctw. three 
holly-leaves ui chief vert, and a hunling-honi lu 
base sa. garnished gu. 

Burnet , quarterly; fast and fourth, ar. three oak- 
leaves ill chief vert, in base a bugle-horn, sa. 
stringed, gu. (for Burnet;) second and third, s^a. 
an eagle's leg, couped a la qui.se or, on a chief 
of the last, a bend az. charged -with an estoile, 
betvi'. two crescents of the second, for Scott. — 
Crests ; lirst, a vine, couped pjsr. over it this 
motto, Yirescit vidner virtus, for Burnet; se- 
cond, out of clouds to the sinister, a hand issuing, 
grasping a cinietar, all ppr. for SccAf. [Borne 
1)1/ Judge Burnet, 1T60, a descendant of Gilbert 
Burnet, Bishop of Scdishury.'] 

Burnet, [Northuniheriaud,] or, in chief three holly- 
leaves vert, in base three bugle-horns, strings sa. 
(Another, -with one buglo-horu stringed in base.) 
— Crest, a hoUy-bus'i vert, fructed gu. 

Burnet. The same arms. — Crest, a dexter liand, 
issuing out of a cloud, grasping a pruuiug-kuife, 
within a vine fructed all ppr. 

Burnet, ar. tlu-ee holiy-leaves iu chief, ppr. and a 
hunting-horn in base sa. garnished gu. — Crest, a 
band, v.ith a knife pruning a vine-tree, ppr. 

Burnet, ar. tliree holly-leaves vert, a chief az. 

Burnet, ai-. three holly-leaves vert, and a chief em- 
battled az. — Crest, a vijie-branch, slipped. 

Burnet. The same, within a bordure, indented of 
the second. — Crest, a holly-branch, ppr. 

Burnet, [Aberdeen,] ar. a battle-axe pale-ways, 
heUv. three holly-leaves in chief, and a bugle- 
horn in base vert, garnished gu. 

Burnet, [Aberdeen,] ar. three holly-leaves in chief 
ppr. and a hunting-horn ia base sa. garnished 
gu. in the centre, a billet, az. — Crest, a hand 
with a cutlass, cutting through a ^ine-brauch, 
I'pr. 

BuRNHAM, [Suffolk,] sa. a cross betw. four cres- 
cents ar. 

liurnham, gri. a chev. betw. three hous' heads, 
erased, or. — Crest, a leopard's head, erased, ppr. 

Burnham,gv. three leopards' heads in bend or, 
betw. two lions' heads, erased, ar. 

liurnham. The same, within a bordure, gobonatcd, 
ar. and az. 

Burnam, [Lincoln.shire,] or, a mauiich vert. 

liurnam, gu. a chev. or, betw. three lions' heads, 
erased, ar. 

Burnam, ar. a bend, betw. two cross crosslets, sa. 

lk'i{M>iciiA.M, gu. a mill-rind, beudways, ar. 
betw. two martlets in ]iale, or. [Borne hi/ Thus, 
liurnintjhim, Esq. of Frotjle, Hants, 182^.] 

Hl'KNINGlllLL. 8ee'BUNU\G]IlLL. 



BUR 

CuRNlSii, ar. tlnee burnishers, erect, sa. handles, 

Burnisch, sa. three pewterers' burnishers, erect, 

in fesse, ar. 
ljUl!NSm:D, or Buknishide, ar. three bendlots, 

gii. on a canton of the second, a lion, passant, 

of the first. (Another, the lion, rampant.) 
Buni'OUT, [Somersetshire,] ar. a bend, betw. six 

roses, gu. 

BinUIELI,, BOIM'LL, BURF.LI., Or BeRELL, 

[Beckeuhani, Kent,] vert, three escoclieons 
ar. each with a bordure engr. or. — Crest, an 
arm, embowed, ppr. holding a branch of laurel 
vert. [Borne hji Jfalter Bui-rell, Escj. of 
Vr^est Grinsiead Park, Sussex, M.P. for thai 
County, 18"23.] A Subscribe!. 

Burrell, [Northumberland,] sa. a chev. belv.. 
three martlets ar. 

Burrell, barry of six, ar. and sa. on a chief gu. 
three leopards' heads or. [Fonnerhj of Wood- 
lands, Devonshire, ichich cahte to the famihj hij 
a marriaeje of a co-heir of Sir Holier IFooc/- 
lands.'\ 

Burrell, barry of twelve, ar. and sa. on a chief 
gu. tliree leopards' heads or. 

Borell, or Burrell, [llercfordsliirc, a.iidof Broome- 
Park, near Alnwick, Korthumberland,] ar. a 
saltier gu. betv\-. four leaves vert, on a chief 
az. a lion's head, erased, betw. two battle-axes 
or. 

BURREXDORF, az. a pile of three points, out of 
the dexter base in bend ar. 

BuRRiDGE, [Halden, Kent,] or, a chev. gu. 
betw. three lions, rampant, sa. 

Burridge, [Tiverton, Devonshire,] az. three dol- 
phins, uaiant, euibovvcd, ar. on a chief or, 
three rudders sa.— Crest, a demi mariner p])r. 
his waistcoat gu. cap az. neckcloth ai'. support- 
ing a rudder sa. [Granted March 8, 1700, and 
home 1)1/ F. G. C. Burridge, Jisq. of Lillesden, 
in Jlawkhurst , Kent, lb23.] A Subscriber. 
See Plate of Anns. 

Borage, [Devon,] or, a chev. Iictw. three lions, 
ranijiaut, gu. 

Bl RR18IJ, jjer fes'^e, g:ii. and ar. over all a lion, 
rampant, double queued or. — Crest, out of a 
tower, per pale ar. and gu. a demi lion, ram- 
pant, double queued, or. 

BuRRouGH, I s,e Borough. 

BURROWE, j 

BukroWS, az. three fleurs-de-lis or. — Crest, an 

eagle, wings displayed, crin. ducally gorged, 
or. 

BURRY, quarterly, erin. and gu. 

BURSHELL, [Devonshire,] ar. a chev. gu. betw. 
three water-bougets sa. 

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B U R 

JRKSTED, gu. on a fesso, betw. six aniuilets ar. 

tliiee mullets sa. 
P,l KSTON, [Norfolk,] quarterly, ar. and sa. a ba- 
ton in bend ^w. 
Burslon, [Kent,] quarterly, gu. and ar. on a bend 
of the first, three lions' heads, era.-ed, of the 
second. 
Burston, [Norfolk,] quarterly, ar. and sa. a bend 

gu. 
Burston, gu. a chev. ar. betw. three cameis' 
heads, erased, of tlic second, culUuvd and lined 
or. 
Blrstowe, gu. tliree falcons ar. 
Bursiiiwc, quiiiterly, or and az. in the first and 
fourth a rose go. in the second and third a fleur- 
de-lis of the first. 
]3uR'i', ar. on a chev. betw. three bugle-horns sa. 
sti'inged gu. as many cross crosslets of the field. 
Burt, ar. on a chev. gu. betw. three bugle-horns 
sa. stringed of the second, as many cross cross- 
lets, fitcJiec, or. — Crest, a bugle-honi, as in the 
arms. 
BURTHOGGE, [Devonshire,] ar. twli bars gcmellcs 
az. on a chief sa. a wolf, passant, or. — Crest, 
on a wreath, a demi wolf or, gorged with a bar 
gemelle az. [Gra/itcd April 6, 1GS7.] 
Burton, ur Barton, ar. three boars' heads, 

coujied, sa. tusked or. 
Burton, sa. a goat, rampant, ar. 
Burton, ar. on a fesse, indented, sa. three es- 
callops of the first. 
Burton, burry of six, ar. and erm. on a bend gu. 

three escallops or. 
Burton, [De\on,] or, on a fesse, quarter-pierced, 

az. four fleurs-de-lis of the first. 
Burton, [Rutlandshire, and Stokerstono, Leices- 
tershire,] sa. a chev. betw. three owls ar. 
crowned or. — Crest, an owl, as in the arm.s. 
Burton, [lindley, Leicestershire,] az. a cross, 

betw. three talbots' heads, erased, or. 
Burton, az. semee d'estoiles, a crescent ar. 
Burton, or, a cross, betw, four fieurs-de-lls az. 
Burton, sa. a chev. betw. three owls ar. 
Burton, ar. a chev. engr. betw. three boars' heads, 

couped, sa. 
Burton, az. a fesse engr. erm. betw. three talbots" 
heads, erased, or. — Crest, on a r^; -unt vert, a 
fire beacon ])pr. 
Burton, [Yorkshire,] per i)ale, ;•/,. and pnrp. a 
cross, eugr. or, betw. four roses ar. — Crest, a 
gauntlet ar. 
Burton, [T^icestershire and Coventry, 1G82,] az. 
a ffsse betw. three talbots' heads, erased, or. — 
Crest, on a mount, vert, a beacon ar. fired, 
ppr. 
Burton, [Shropshire,] purp. a cross engr. or, 



BUR 

betw. four roses ar. barbed vert, a crescent tor 

difierence. — Crest, a gaunliet jipr. 
Burton, [Shropshire,] quarterly, az. and gu. a 

cross eugr. or, betw. four roses ar. 
Burton, harry of six, ar. and erm. on a bend gu. 

three escallops or. 
Burton, barry of ten, ar. and gn. over all a bend 

sa. 
Burton, sa. three greyliounds, courant, or. 
Burton, sa. three liomids, passant, ar. 
Burton, ar. a chev. betw. three crosses, bottoiiee, 

gu. 
Burton, [Yoikshire,] sa. three owls ar. 
Burton, [Yorkshire,] ar. a bend Vi avy sa. 
Burton, ar. two bars voided gu. over all a be)id 

sa. 
Burton, [Derbyshire, IGJil,] az. a crescent within 

an orle of esioiles ar. all within a bordure or. 

— Crest, on a ducal coronet, or, a wivern, with 

wings endorsed, az. collared gold. 
Burton, [Derbyshire.] The same arms, without 

the bordure, and the same crest. 
Burton, [Essex, 1570,] quarterly, gu. and ar. 

four escallops countcrchange d. — Crest, on the 

top of a ruiiK'd castle ar. a falcon, volant, or. 
Burton, [Yorkshire,] or, a bend wavy sa. — Crest, 

au arm, erect, couped at the elbow, habited 

per pale, ar. and gu. cuff of tlie first, in the 

hand ppr. a walking staff of the second, headed, 

rinniied, and ferruled, or. 
Bu) Ion, [Derbyshire,] ar. a chev. betw. tliree 

boars' heads, couped, sa. armed or. — Crest, a 

tower, triple towered, ar. 
Burton, sa. a chev. or, betw. three owls ar. 

crowned of the second. — Ciest, an owl ar. 

crovrned or. 
Burton, [Devonshire,] per ))ale, gu. and az. a 

fesse, betw. two chev. ar. 
Burton, [Lindlcy, Leicestershire,] sa. three bars 

and a canton ar. 
Burton, [Cheshire,] or, four fleurs-de-lis in cross 

gu. 
Burton, [Oxfordshire,] or, a bend az. 
Burton, erm. a fesse sa; a chief chequy, or and sa. 
Burton, [London,] az. a crescent ar. within an 

orle of mullets, pierced, or. 
Burton, gu.achev. betw. three boars'heads,couped. 

or. 
Burton, or Bi/rfon, paly of six, or and gu. on a 

bend sa. three l>oars, passant, ar. 
Burton, [Ireland,] nr. on a chief indented sa. 

three escallop^ of the field. 
Burton, sa. a fesse nebulee, betw. three cinque- 
foils ar. 
Burton, [Cheshire,] or, on a cross, pierced, az. 

four fleurs-de-lis of the field. 



B U R 

.KiD-lon, az. a cross engr. or, befw. four roses ar. 
barbed vert. 

Jjnrton, paly of six, or and gu. ot) a bend sa. 
three trefoils ar. 

Jii'rton, [Leicestershire, Standard I'earer to Kiuc," 
lleury VI.] gu. a fesse ar. betw. three talbots' 
beads, erased, or. 

Burton, [London,] az. a crescent ar. v.itliin nn 
orle of mullets, pierced, or, a bordure of the 
hist. 

liiirlon, [Covenliy,] az. a fesse, bet\v. three tal- 
bots' lieads, erased, ar. 

Burton, [Acton, Middlesex,] az. semee d'estoiles 
ar. a crescent, vithin a bordure of the last. 

Burton, gu. on a cross ar. five fleurs-de-lis or. 

Burton, [Insletliorp, Derbyshire, 2-Sth Elizabeth,] 
sa. a fesse nebulee, betw. tin-ee cinqiiefoils ar. 
— Crest, on a mount vert, a tower ar. frijjle tow- 
ered or. 

Burton, sa. a s;-;ltier enpr. ar. a chief of the last. 

Bjjrton, paly of six, or and gu. a bend sa. guttee 
ar. 

Btjrlon, paly of six, or and gu. on a bend sa. three 
vafer-bougeis ar. 

Bjjrton, ar. a cliev. gii. in chief two cross cross- 
lets of the last. 

Byrton, paly of six, gu. and ar. on a bendsa. tln-ee 
water bougets of the second. 

Birton, or Brinton, sa. a chev. betw. three mart- 
lets or. 

Ei'RWj\SII, [Kent,] gu. a lion, rampant, or, tail 
forked. ( Another, \vi{\\ a label ol' lliree ))oints, 
az.) 

Burwash, gu. a cross ar. betw. four lions, rampajit, 
or. 

Burirasch. The same arnis. 

Burwaslie, or, a lion, rampant, gii. tail forked. 
See B0REWA.SIIE. 

Burewash, [Kent,] ga. a lion, rampant, double 
cjueued or, debruised by a bend az. 

BuRWELL, pj-. a lion, rampant, sa. ducally 
crowned or, charged with eight rouudles az. 

Buriceil, paly of six, ai-. and sa. on a bend or, a 
swan's neck, erased, az. beaked gu. 

BuriKi'U, [^Yoodbridge, Sufl'olk,] or, a chev.erm. 
betw. three bur-leaves ppr. a crescent for dif- 
ference. — Crest, a lion's gamb, erect and erased, 
or, grasping three bur- leaves vert. 

Burwell, [Wrigtey, LNsex,] sa. on a clicv. cngr. 
betw. three towers, triple towered, ar. as many 
fleurs-de-lis gu. 

Burwell, paly of six, ar. and sa. on a bend or, a 

teal's head, erased, az. 
Bi'invKTON, ar. a cinquefoil sa. 

JUjrwicke, per l)end sinister ai-. and gu. a mart- 
.let couuterchan"-ed. • . 



BUS 

Bury, ar. five queues d'ermines in saltier sa. 

Bury, [Devonshire,] barry of eight, gu. and ar. 

Bury, ar. on a bend az. three leo])ards' faces or. 

Bury, [IJury, D('von,] gu. three bars or. 

Bury, gu. five bars or. 

Bun/, sa. a chev. betw. three annulets compoiieo 
ar. and az. 

Bury, erm, on a bend az. three fleurs-de-lis or. 

Bury, [Cotton, Devon,] crm. on a bend engr. az. 
three fleurs-de-lis or. 

Bury, or Burry, quarterly, erin. and az. 

Jiur'y, ar. a saltier betw. four niarliets, within a 
bordure sa. 

Bury, [Exeter,] erm. on a Iiend az. a bezant, 
betw. two fleurs-de-lis or. — Crest, a tigei-'s head, 
erased, enn. crined sa. gorged with a collar az. 
charged with a bezant, betv.'. two fleurs-de-lis 
or. [Granti'd 1708.] 

Bury, vert, a cross potent or. 

Bury, m: a cross, betw. four martlets sa. a bor- 
dure of the last. 

Bury, sa. a chev. ar. betw. three haf-bands, 
M reathed, ar._ and az. 

Bury. See Bkrry. 

Bnrye, [Warwickshire,] ar. a chev. sa. betw. three 
squirrels, cracking nuts. ])pr. 

Burye, [Bedford, 15G6,] sa. a chev. engr. or, 
betw. three plates, each charged with a cross 
patlec gu. 

Bury, []jury, Lancashire.] Same arms, the 
chev. plain. 

Burye, [Sufl'olk,] erm. on a bend engr. gu. three 
fleurs-de-lis or, each charged with three pellets. 

Burye, [Devon,] erra. on a bend engr. az. three 
fleurs-de-lis or. 

Burye, on a bend th.reo leopards' 

heads, erased 

BusiiK, [AViUsliire,] az. a volf, rampant, ar. 
collared and cliained or, in chief three crosses 
pattee fitchee, ar. — Crest, a goat's head ar. at- 
tired sa. charged on the neck with a crescent 



Buslie, or Busse, [Heather, Lincolnshire,] ar. 
three bars sa. — Crest, a diagon, sans legs iJid 
wings, paly wavy of ten, ar. and sa. 

Buslw, [Wiltshire,] ar. on a fesse gu. betv/. three 
boars, ])assant, sa. a fleur-de-lis, betw. tv,o ea- 
gles, displayed, or. 

Bush, ar. on a fesse betM'. three boars, p;;s- 
sant, sa. a fleur-de-lis, betw. two eagles, viis- 
jilayed, or. — Crest, a goat's head, erased, ar, 
armed or. 

BisiiKLL, [Xewton-Ilnshell,] ar. a chev. betw. 
three waler-bougets sa. 

Bushvll, sa. a chev. betw. three water-bougets, 



BUT 

Bu.SHNELL, ar. five fusils in fesse gii. in chief 

three mullets sa. 
BusiiORXE, ar. on a fesse, cotlised, sn. three es- 
callops or. 
BisiiKUUD, [Dorset,] ar. afesse gu. betw. three 

battle-axes sa. — Crest, a tillers head ar. criued 

and tufted sa. collared gu. 
JH">;!ARD, [Suffolk,] or, au eagle, displayed, gu. 

uifhin an orle of torteauxes. 
JJussarcl, az. three eo\ered cups ai". 
Buskin, or, a chev. betw. three helmets az. 
Bushin, ar. on a bend gu. three stairs' heads, 

couped, or. 
BUSSELL, [Warwickshire,] ar. a chev. betw. tliree 

vater-boiigets sa. — Crest, a cherubim's head, 

betw. two wings 

Bus.SERAliDK, or, an eagle, dis])!ayed, gii. witliin 

an orle of torteauxes. 
JJl'ssett, ar. three bugle-horns vert. 
Bussett, ar. three bugle-horus sa. 
BUSSF.TTS, or BusTES, az. a bend ar. 
BussEY, [Liucolusliire and Cambridge,] harry of 

six, ar. and sa. — Crest, a sea-dragon, sans vviiigs 
• or legs, the tail turned up, and at the end another 

l;ead, all barry, ar. and sa. 
Busscij, ar. three bars sa. 
Biissy, or, three water-bougets az. 
Bussy, ar. a bordure su. charged with eight cinque- 
foils or. 
Bussy, sa. an inescocheon ar. within an orle of 

ciuquefoils of the second. 
Bitsswe, or Bnssu, [Leicestershire,] gu. a cinque- 
foil erm. 
BussYAKD, or, torteauxes, au eagle, displayed, 

gu. 
Bustard, [Devonshire,] ai'. on afesse gu. betv.-. 

three ogresses, as many bustards or. 
Bustard, [Onsett, Essex.] Tlie same within a 

bordure engr. sa. (Anolher, the bordure engr. 

az.) 
Bustard, ar. on a fesse gu. betv/. three pellets, as 

many bustards or. — Crest, a bustard's liead ar. 

betw. two wings gu. betw. the neck and wings 

as nmny ears of wheat, erect, or. 
Bustard, ar. on a fesse gu. betw. three pellets, as 

many birds or, within a bordure engi\ az. — 

Crest, the same as the preceding. 
Bustard, ar. a fesse betw. three busttuds gu. 
Busts, or Busj:Tj or, abeudaz. 
Busts, ar. a bend az. 
Busts, az. a bend ar. 
BuTKRET, or ]U TERI.V];, or, a fesse gu. betw. 

three torteauxes. 
BUTEVILLAIN, [Xorthamptonshire,] ar. tlnee 

crescents gu. 
BuTi'ER"i', or, two horse-shoes sa. 



BUT 

BuTH.Vl.L, sa. tliree chev. ar. on each au annulet :>, 

or.— Crest, a wivern, ppr. charged on the breast ~. 

with a hand, coujied at the wrist, gu. is 

Bl,'Ti.E, sa. a chev. betw. three combs ar. jj 

BiTr.i:R, or, a chief indented az. within a bor- 'i 

dure engT. vert. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet, -\ 

five ostrich's feathers there- | 

from a demi eagle, rising 3 

Butler, [Sir AViliiam, Lord Mayor of London, 1 

]515,] ar. on a fesse componee az. and gu. 1 

betw. six cross crosslcts of the second, three ^ 

annulets or. f 

Butler, or, two bars sa. ou a chief of the second i 

a billet, betw. two base cscjuires of the first, ^ 

an inescocheou charged with a fesse and chief 
erm. * 

Butler, quarterly ; first and fourtli, sa. a chev. ; 

betw. three covered cups or ; second and third, ''. 

or, a lion, az. a crescent for dilference. — Crest, ; 

an eagle, with wings addorsed, in his dexter j 

claw a branch of grape-vine, all ppr. [Borne :■ 

by Charles Butler, Esq. of Great Orinond- 1 

street. Queen-square, London, 1824.] ^ 

Butler, gu. a fesse, chequy, ar. and sa. betw. six ^ 

cross crosslets of the second. — Crest, an arm, ^ 

embowed, iu armour, holding in the gauntlet a 
sword, all ppr. 

Butler, gu. a fesse ar. betw. tliree covered cups of 

the second. [Borne by Bariholumew Butler, ■ 

Ulster Kvuf of Arms, Temp. Edward F/.] ; 

Butler, [Exeter,] az. three covered cups or, a chief 
of the last, on a canton ar. a cross gii. — Crest, 
a lion's gamb, erased, go. holding a covered 
cu]) or. [Granted, March 1, 1G70.] • 

Butler, az. a chev. erm. cottised ar. betw. three 
falcons or. — Crest, a ram, statant, ar. armed and 
hoofed or, collared gu. pendant thereto, a bell 

of the second. [Borne by Butler, 

Esq. 1824.] . 

Butler, [Lancashire,] gu. on a bend ar. tliiee 
covered cups sa. 

Butler, or Bolteler, [Cambridgeshire, 1575,] ar. 
three covered cups, iu bend, betw. two cottises 
engr. sa. — Crest, a cockatrice's head and wings, 
liead vert, and ducally gorged, combed and 
.wattled, or, the wings ar. 

Butler, or Boleler, [Tcston, Kent, and Lincoln's 
Inn,] ar. ou a chief sa. three covtned cups or. 
— Crest, two eagles, with wings endorsed ar. sup- 
porting a vine, fructed, j)pr. 

Butler, [Dunboyne, Ireland,] or, a chief, in- 
dented, az. over all, throe escallops, in bend, 
counterchanged. — Crest, on a plume of feathers, 
or and vert, an eagle, rising, ar. 

Butler, [Beaufl'ey, Lancashire,] az. a bend, betw. 
six cups, covered, or. — Crest, au unicorn, sa- 



BUT 

lient, ar. armed or, lied round flie neck v>itli a 
sash of iLc last. 

)i'jlIer,ox jKoic/tr, [Keiit,]sa. tliree cups, co\ered, 
or, vitliin a Lordure of the. last. — Crest, a covered 
cup or, betw. two wings, the dexter gold, the 
otiier az. 

Biiller, [Kent,] gyronny of eight, sa. and ar. a 
covered cup or, betsv. two talbots' Leads, erased, 
and counte) changed of the field, collared of the 
third. 

JJiilhr, az. a bend, cottised, betw. six covered 
cups or. — Crest, a covered cup or, banded round 
sa. and a ball on tlie top of the second. 

Builer, [Middlesex,] az. a chev. ar. betw. tlu-ee 

- -cups covered or. — Crest, a greyhound, sejant, 
or, coUm-ed gii. the collar ringed or. 

Bvtler, gu. crusillv patfee, ar. a fesse of the 
last. 

Builer, ar. a clicv. az. betw. three wine-piercers of 
tiic last, screws or. 

Jiiiller, gu. a fesse ar. betw. three covered cups 
of the second, over all, a botton sa.- IBorue 
bi/ Philip Butler Adtlonc, Pursuivanl of Arms, 
temp. 2d Elizabeth.-] 

Butler, [Derby, IfiOO,] ai-. three covered cups sa. 
betw. seven cross crosslets, fitchee, gu. — Crest, 
an arm, embowed, habited az. cuff ai'. holding 
in tlie hand a bunch of grapes ppr. [Granted 
to John Butler, of Handlei/, Derby, Jidij, 

Km.] 

Butler, [Cotes, Jjincolnshirc,] or, on a chev. sa. 

betv.'. three denii lions, passant, guardant, gu. 

crov.ned of tlie first, tb-eo covered cups or. 
Butler, [Wales,] az. on a fesse ar. betw. three 

covered cups or, a Cornish chough ppr. 
Butler, [Ireland,] or, on a chief dancettee, . . . . 

three escallops ar. — Crest, on a row of lj\e 

leaves vert, a demi eagle, displayed. 
Butler, az. on a fesse ar. betw. three covered cups 

or, as many Cornish choughs ppr. 
Builer, [London,] ar. on a fesse chequy, gn. and 

Ri: betw. six crosses bottonee sa. three annulets 
. or. 
Builer, sa. crusilly ar. in chief two cioquefoik 

crm. and in base a covered cup or. 
Butler, ar. tv/o bars sa. in chief three buckles az. 
Butler, [Sussex,] ar. three covered cups in bend 

sa. betw. two cottises gu. 
Butler, [Suffolk,] ar. a bend sa. cottised g-u. betw. 

three covered cups of the secoiid. 
Butler, [Cheshire and Lancashire,] az. a chev. ar. 

betw. three cups covered or. — Crest, a liorse, 
_ pussiiut, or, pellettee, and bridled sa. 
Butler, [Ikamlield,] gu. a fes.se, chequy, ar. and 

sa. betw. six crosses, formee, fitchee, of the 

second. 



B U T 

Builer, or Botlile.r, or, a chief indented az. 
Butkr, [llanislield and ii ertfordsliire,] ar. a sword, 

in bend, sa. 
Butler, az. three co\ered cu])s or. 
Butler, ar. on a chief indcnti^d sa. ti;ree cohered 

cups or. 
Bntler, sa. three covered pots, v.ilh handles, ar. 
Builer, or Botoler, [Essex,] ar. on a bend gu. 

three cheveronels eiin. 
Butler, [Somersetshire,] ar. three boiys, ]3assuut, 

in pale, sa. 
Builer, [Sussex,] ar. a chev. bi'tw. three gimblets 

az. armed or. 
Butler, gu. a cross masculy, ar. 
Builer, gu. a fesse, coujiter-conijiony, ar. and sa. 

betw. six crosses, forniee, iitcliee, of the se- 
cond. 
Builer, gu. a fesse chequy, ar. and sa. 
Builer, gu. three bends ar. 
Butler, ar. a fesse, counter-compony, or and sa. 

in chief two mullets gu. 
Builer, [Bramfield, Hertfordshire,] gu. a fesse, 

chequy, ar. and az. betw. six cross crosslets 

or. 
Butler, az. a chew betw. three cups covered or. 
Butler, ar. two bars sa. in chief three round 

buckles az. — Crest, two arms, embowed, in ar- 
mour ppr. purtled or, holding in the hand j)pr. a 

round buckle of the second. 
Builer, [Calais,] gu. a chev. ar. betw. three tigers, 

passant, reguardant, eacli looking in a mirror, 

lying fesseways, all of the second. 
Builer, az. three cups or. 
Builer, gu. a chev. ar. betw. three tigers, reguar- 

dant, of the second. 
Jiuttlcr, per fesse, engr. az. and gu. three covered 

cups or, two and one. — Crest, a cup, without a 

cover, or. 
Buitler, az. a fesse engr. ar. betv.-. three cups or. 
Butieler, ar. three boars in pale sa. 
BuTNOR, or, on a chev. betvy-. three hnns' heads. 

erased, gu. as many bezants. 
BUTKINGIIAM, or. three bends sa. 
BiiTSHtiAD, sa. three fusils, in fesse, betw. three 

bucks' Leads sa. 
BuTTEK, ar. a cross pato})cr sa. betv/. four heaits 

ppr. 
Butler, [Scotland,] ar. a cross sa. betw. loi;r 

hearts j)pr. — Crest, on a wreath, two arms, is- 

suant from clouds, cbinwug a bov/ v.ith an arrow, 

paleways, all ppr. 
Butler, ar. a cross jioient, az. betw. four Uic-n's 

hearts gn. 
BUTTKRFIICL]), [Hertfordshire,] gu. a grillin, 

passant, ar. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet, or, 

a dragon's Lead, wings elevated, vert. [Borna 



BUT 

by John Farrington Btilterfield, of JVelcIis 
iientley, Hants, 180:3.] ' 

BatlerfielJ, or, on a bend az. llirce bees, volant, 
av. 

Biil/erJ/eh/, [CI;n)Iinin, Surrey,] gii. a griflin, pas- 
sant, wings elevated, or. on a canton indented 
or, a butterfly, volant, aii. — Crest, on a wrentli, 
a deiiii dragon, -with -wings elevated, ar. issuing 
from a ducal coronet or, on each ■\ving a biUter- 
tly, volant, az. [Granted 1751.] 

Bultcrfield, gu. a grilliu, segreant, or. 

EuTTERFLY, az. a Larvest-lly, volant, an 

BuTTERKORD, or, ou a bend, sa. three butter- 
flies, volant, ar. 

JjL'TTERLKT, or, a fesso, betw. three torfeauxes. 

3JUTTERWIKE, ar. on a bond vert, three butter- 
flies, volant, or. 

BvtterwlJce, ar. on a Iiend az. three butterflies, 
or. 

BuTTERWORTii, gu. on a chev. betw. two lions, 
rampant, in chief, and an eagle, displayed, vnili 
two heads, in base, or, three cross crosslets az. 
— Crest, ou a wreath, an eagle, wings elevated, 
erminois, supporting, with- the dexter claw, an 
escocheon az. charged with a cross crosslet or. 
[Borne by Joseph Bntterv:orih, Esq. M.P. 
1824.] 

Buttenvorlh, sa. a cross engr. bet^\•. four plumbs 
ar. 

Butter V, or j\rATTAi!V, [Xorlhamptonsbire,] 
sa. a lion, ranijjant, or, a chief of the second. 
— -Crest, a tiger, passant, ar. tufted and maned, 
or, supporting, v.ith the dexter foot, an esco- 
cheon 

Buttery, ar. a lion, rampant, sa. on a chief cre- 
iiellee gu. three lozenges or. 

Bultry, ar. a lion, rampant, sa. on a chief cre- 
nellee of the second three lozenges or. 

BuTTiS, sa. a cross or, bctvv. four plates. 

]}UTTOL, or, au inescocheon az. 

BuTTOLF, or, an orle az. 

IjUTTon, or BuDDEN, crm. a fesse gu. betw. 
three crosses, bottonee, az. — Crest, a bull's 
head ppr. charged ou the .shoulder with a cross 
bottonee or. [Granted December 10, 1G90.] 

Bnilon, [Aultou, AAlltshire,] erm. a fesse gu. — 
Crest, on each side of a chapeau gu. turned up 
erm. a horn or, waved like that of an ox. 

Button, [Glamorganshire,] ar. a chev. betM' three 
tons gu. 

Button, or, on a fosse cngr. betw. three cross 
crosslets vert, acatharine-xsheel betw. tv.o horse- 
shoes ar. 

Button, [Wiltshire,] az. three lions, rampant, or, 
a chief ar. — Crest, a wiveru, erect on the tail, 



BUY 

Bill foil, vert, an elejihant ar. — Crest, a branch of 
a cotton-tree, fruefed, all p])r. [Granted to 
liohert Button, of hhleford, Hertfordshire, 
December If), 17G').] 

Button, AZ. a tun or. 

Button, crm. a chief gu. 

Button, [Chester,] az. a cross bottonee, or. 

BUTTORD, [Norfolk.] The same arms. 

Butford, or Butclour, [Norfolk,] erni. a saltier, 
engr 

Butlord, [Norfolk,] erm. a saltier compony, coun- 
ter-compony, or and gu, 

BuTTORT, or, a saltier engr. (another, plain,) 
sa. 

BuTTRi.scn, az. three butteris in fesse, handles 
erect, ar. 

BiTTTi:v, az. on a clicv. betw. three cross cross- 
lets, fitchee, gu. as niijny boars' heads, cou}>ed, 
or. 

Buttry, [SufTolk,] az. on a chev. betw. three 
crosses, i)at(ee, fitchee, or, as many boars' 
heads, couped, gu. 

Butts, [Norfolk,] az. on a chev. betw. three 
estoiles or, as many lozenges gu. on a sinister 
quarter, per pale, ar. and az. two lions' gambs, 
erased, in saltier of the third, a horse's bead, 
sorrel mane, plaited, ar. and or, on the head a 
skidl-plite, with two feathers or and az. 

Butts, [JJorking, Surrey,] ar. a saltier eng-r. gu. 
betw. four ermine spots sa. on a cliief gii. three 
fishes, haurient, ar.- — Crest, a naked arm, couped 
at the elbow and erect, jipr. grasping a fish ar. 

Butts, sa. a cross or, (another, ar.) betw. four 
plates. 

Butts, [Norfolk,] az. on a chev. betw. three mul- 
lets or, as many lozenges gu. 

Butts, [Norfolk,] gu. on a chev. betw. three es- 
toiles or, as many lozenges of the field. — Crest, 
a horse's head ar. on the head a plume of three 
feathers, or and ar. the face and mane covered 
with armour, or, bridled of the last. 

Buts, ar. a bend az. 

BUTVILLAIN, BUT\VIEI,IA,M, Or BONTVIL- 

LAIN, [Northamptonshire andNorthumbcrli^nd,] 

ar. three crescents gu. 
ButvUlain, sa. two chev. ar. 
ButvUlan. 'J'he same. 
Buxton, [Tibenham, Norfolk, and Derbyshire,] 

sa. two bars ar. on a canton of the second, a 

buL-k of the first, attired or.— Crest, a pelican 

or, with ■wings expanded, vuluing his breast 

gu. 
Buxton, ar. a lion, rampant, the tail elevated and 

turned over the head sa 
BuYSiiALi,, or ]?uisiiALL, sa. three lozenges. 

ar. ii chief of the last. , . 



B Y F 

But/shall, sa. tliree lozenges ia chief/ ar. ' 

Bl'/bv. See Bu8BY. 

IJv. See BvK. 

15vA>r, [Selworth, SoincTsclshire,] vert, two 
briinclies of laurel in saltier, betw. four pheous, 
or. — Crest, a ■N\olf, piissaiit, or, colhivod and 
lined, vert. 

lUjam, gu. t!n-ec dragons' heads, erased, vert. 

JJvp.Vi.L, fir. a cross, sa. in the fust quarter an 
auuulet of tlie last. 

BvDE, [Ware- Park, Hertfordshire,] or, on a pile, 
engr. az. three anchors of the field. — Crest, ;in 
arm, erect, ppr. habited az. cufl' ar. holding an 
anchor sa. fluke or. 

BvDGDODK. See Bidgood. 

Bye, az. three bees, volant, en arriere ar. 

Jh/e, az. three bees, volant, or, two and one. 

Bye, quarterly, or and az. on a bend of tlie se- 
cond ; three fieiu-s-de-hs of the first. 

By, az. on a bend or, three fleurs-de-lis of the 
lield.— Crest, on a v.Teath, a denii lion, or, hold- 
ing- in till-' paws a fleur-de-lis as in the ;irins. 
[Borne by Join) By, Esq. of Shernf old- Park, 
Fraiii, Sussex, iy23.] 

Bic, az. three bees, volant, en aiTierc or. 

BvER, or BvERS, [NoriliH.nipton,] sa. on achev. 
ar. betw. three [.heons of the second; a gTitlin's 
head, erased, betw. two mullets, sa. — Cre.^t, a 
griflin's head per pale, gu. and az. charged on 
tiie Jieck v.ith a pheon, ar. 

Byers, az. a che\'. ar. betw. three martlets, volant, 
or. 

BvERLKY, or Cyorley, [York,] or, a cross 
crosslet, gu. — Crest, tv o lions' ganibs, ppr. 
holding a cross crosslet or. 

Byes and\i\'sv.s, az. a falcon, volant, or. 

By EST, [Sluropshii-e,] gu. three bundles of as 
many arrows, each tied together, ar. 

Byeceley, quarterly, or and sa. a bend gu. 

Byfeild, sa. live bezants in saltier. 

Byfield, or ByfM, [London,] sa. five bezants in 
saltier, a chief or. ^yl/iO/Aer, the chief ar.) 

Byficid, [London,] az. five bezants in saltier, a 
chief or. 

Byfield, ar. ou a fessc eugr. betw. three escallops 
sa. as many ar.nulets of the field. 

IiYi'EL, ar. three torteauxes. 

BvELEET, [Cambridgeshire,] az. two swords iu 
saltier, ar. betw. four fleurs de-lis, or. — Crest, a 
•Saracen's head ppr. Ad! faced, bound round the 
temples, with a ribbon ar. tied in a bow knot, 
on the sinister side. 

Byfivli', az. two swords in saltier, ar. hilled or, 
reversed, betw. four fleurs-de-lis of the last. 

Bykford, [Hereford,] ar. an eagle, displayed, 
az. and a chief or. — Crest, a lion's gamb, erect, 



B Y N 

or, grasping an eagle's leg, erased at the thigh, 

sa. 
Byford, or Bayford, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three ■ 

bay-leaves vert. — Crest, an owl, ar. 
Bygax, [Yorkshire,] ar. a fesse, gu. betw. six 

lozenges, az. — Crest, an ermine, ppr. 
Bygij):i>'y. See Bu;iir,RY. 

Bycot, \ See Bigot. 

BygciniiS, az. on a chief gu. two crescents of 

the field. 
Byqonds, ar. on a chief gu. three crescents or. 
]5YK];r,EY, [Devon,] ar. a chev. engr. betw. three 

martlets, sa. 
Bykeley, ar. a chev. engr. sa. betw. three ducal 

coronets of the second. 
Bykenor, or BiCKXOR, ar. a chief az. 
Bykennore, [Kent,] ar. on a cross az. three lions, 

raiujiant, of the field. 
Byi-e, [Clymslands, Ct mwall,] az. three grifliiis' 

heads, erased, ar. bciiked or. 
Byles, per bend sinister, embattled, ar. and gu. — 

Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a lion's head, 

per bend, embattled, ar. and gu. \_Borne by 

James Byles, Esq. 1824.] 
Bylesdon. See Billksdon. 
Bylincdon, ar. a saltier engr. couped -az. with 

five fieurs-de-hs, or. 
Byeney, [Norfolk,] ar. an eagle, displayed, az. 

bealied and merabered, gu. 
Byliicy. ar. an eagle, displayed, vert, beaked and 

niembered, or. 
Bynciiester, gu. a fesse embattled, and coun- 

terenibattled, ar. 
Bynciiworth, gu. five lozenges in cross or. 
ByncKorth, sa. five lozenges in cross or. 
Byni:h;, [.Sussex,] ar. two bars gu. 
Byiidc, [Sussex,] or, two bars gu. each charged 

■n-ith three martlets of the field. 
Bynes. See Byes. 
Byney, [Candiridgeshire,] az. a cross, betw. four 

lions, rampant, or. 
Bynge. See Binge. 
Byngesmead, baiTy of six, or and az. on a bend 

ar. three escallops gu. 
Byngiiam, per pale, ar. and sa. a lion, rampant, 

or. 
Bynrjham, or, on a fessc gu. three water bougets 

ar. 
BinujJidin. The same, v.ithiu a bordurc of tlio 

second. 
Byneey, ar. two bars gu. a canton of the second. 
Byulcy, ar. two bars az. a canton of the second. 
Bynky, ar. two bars, and a canton sa. 
ByNTW OUTII, az. five lions, rampant, i)i saltier, or. 
Bi/tiiwortli, gu. five lions, in cross or. 

[ >^ ] 



B Y S 

EvowcH, [Yorksliire,] ar. a chev. betw. three 
horses' heads, couped gu. 

BvRCHF., 1 feeeB.RCH. 

BvKCHET, or BiRKET, [Kent and of Rye, Sus- 
sex,] sa. a fesse danccttee, betw. three eagles, 
displayed, or. 

Byrchet, [Kent,] or, on a chev. indeuted sa. three 
eagles, disphiyed, of the field. 

Byres. See Byer. ' ' . 

Byrken, or Byrkin". See Birken. 
Byrketton, or Byrkton, gai. tliree bars erm. 
Byrnande, [Yorkshire,] ar. on a bend az. three 

escallops of the field. 
Byrne, [Dublin,] gu. a chev. betw. three dexter 

hands, couped at the wrists, ar. — Crest, a nier- 

.maid, ppr. charged with five escallops or, in the 

dexter hand a mirror, in the other a dart. 

[Gra/ifed 10th June, 1064.] 
Byrnell. SeeBuRNELJ^. 
Byrom, bendy of six, ar. and gu. 
Byrom, bendy of six, ar. and gu. a label of six 

points az. 
Byro7!t, [London,] ar. a chev. erm, betw. three 

urchins, sa. 
Byron, [Lancashire,] ar. three bendlets, enhanced, 
. gu. — Crest, a mermaid, in her dexter hand a 

mirror, in the other a comb, all ppr. 
Byron, [Byron; Lancashire,] ar. three porcupmes, 

sa. 
-Biron, gu. three bends, ar. (Anollier adds a label 

az.) 
Byrone, ar. three bends gu. 
Byrton. See Burton. 
Byrtwyseli^, [Amcote-Hall, Lancashire,] sa. a 

chev. erm. betw. three veasels, passant, ar. — 

Crest, a dolphin, ppr. 
Byseel, [Worcestershire,] az. ten bezants, four, 

three, two, and one. 
Bysett, az. three annulets, or. 
Byseti. See Bisset. 
Byshe. See Bisshe. 

Bysshc, or, a chev. betw. three roses gu. over all 
.a label of three points [^Boriie hy Sir 

Edward Bysshe, Kni. Garter Principal King 

of Arms, Temjy. Charles II. '\ 
By.SLEY, ar. a chev. invcckcd ."la. betw. three 

ravens, ppr. [Dome bi/ Thomas Bysley, Esq. 
York Herald, Temp. Henry VIII.] 
Bysse, sa. three escallops in pale, ar. — Crest, on 
a mount vert, two snakes interwoven and erect, 

respecting each other, or. 
. Bhse, de la, or, five chev. gu. a label of as many 

points, sa. 



CMS 

Bisse, de la, [Temp. Bichard II.] or, a chev. betw. 

three roses, gu. 
Bysteey, ar. a chev. engx. betw. three birds, sa. 

beaked and legged, gu. 
Bytayne, or Betayne, g"u. a saltier, betw. 

four fleurs-de-lis, or. 
Bythe, ])er pale, ar. and gu. a lion, passtmt, 

guardant, counterchanged. 
Bythesea, [Ightham, Kent,] ar. a chev. engr. 

betv,-. three crabs, n;uant, gu.— Crest, an eagle, 

displayed, ppr. 
Bytton, gu. a saltier, betw. four fleurs-de-hs, or. 
Byllon, paly of six, or and gu. on abend sa. three 

water bongets ar. 
Bytton, [Dorsetshire,] erm. a fessc, gu. 
Byilon, or, frelty az. 
Byllon, quarterly, ar. and sa. in the first quarter, 

an eagle's head, erased gti. beaked or. 



Cabell, vert, a fesse gu. fretty ar. 

Cabell, vert, fretty ar. a fesse or. 

Cabell, [Devon,] vert, fretty ar. a fesse gu. 

Cabell, vert, a fesse ar. fretty gu. 

C.^EER, ar. on a bend gu. three mullets of the 
field. 

Cabez, chequy, gu. and or, within a bordure az. 
charged with six cows' heads ar. 

Caborne, or Cabourne, sa. a chev. ar. voided 
gu. betw. three lozenges of the second; each 
charged -nith a Cornish chough, ppr. 

Caborne, sa. two chev. or, betw. three fusils ar. 
each charged witli a martlet of the field. 

Cabourne, or Cabron, [Thrasthor)>, liincohisiiire,] 
sa. two chev. ar. betw. three lozenges of the 
second ; each charged with a martlet sa.- — Crest, 
out of a ducal coronet or, a lozenge ar. charged 
v;ath a martlet sa. 

Cakron, party per fesse, ar. and sa. six crosses, 
bottonee, counterchanged. 

Cabron, per fesse, ar. and sa. six cross crosslets, 
counterchiuiged. 

Cabron, sa. on a chev. ar. (another gu.) betw. 
tliree lozenges of the second ; each charged v itli 
an ermine spot. 

C.\CEIL, ar. throe bars sa. in cliief as many mart- 
lets of the last. 

Cacei/ll, ar. on three bars sa. as many martlets of 
the first. 

Cesar, alias Apklmark, [Hertfordsliire, and 
Huntingdonshire,] gu. three roses ar. on a 
chief of the second; as many roses of the first. 



C A G 

Cai^di'.LI-, [Scotland,] ar. a stag's head cabosscd, 
and a mullet bctw. his horus sa. iu base three 
round buckles, two and one, az. 

Caddcll, ar. a cross eugr. vert, in the first quarter 
a slag's head cabossed pi. 

Cape, ar. on a fcsse, az. betw. two Uons, pas- 
sant, guardant, gu. each charged on thcshouliler 
witli a bezant, a tower, triple-towered, betw. 
two fleurs-de-lis or, — Crest, a denii Hon, ram- 
pant, gu. cliarged on tlie sljoulder with a bezjut, 
holding iti the dexter gamb a fleur-de-lis or. 

Cude, [Runiford, Essex,] ar. a pile of three points 
engr. sa. 

Cade, [Greenwich, Kent,] erni. three piles, issuing 
out of a chief engr. sa. — Crest, a demi cock- 
atrice, gu. winged or, combed of the first. 

Cade, [Derbyshire,] ar. afessc az. betw. tsvo lions, 
passant, guardant, gu. — Crest, a demi lion, 
rampant, gu. 

Cade, [Suffolk,] erm. three piles, engr. sa. 

Cadicott, [East Whiteway, Dorsetshire,] az. 
three arrows or. 

Cadifor, Ap. Dinawel, [Brecon,] sa. a spear- 
head ar. embrued gu. bctM. three scaling ladders 
in bend of the second; on a cliief gu. u tower, 
ar. 

Cadivor, Vaur, [Blaeu, Kych,] m. a lion, ram- 
pant, guardant, sa. 

Cadi.MAN, [Norfolk and Loudon,] az. two bars 
dancettee, erm. betw. six fleurs-de-lis, three, 
two, and one, or.- — Crest, a rock, ppr. sur- 
mounted with a fleur-de-lis or. [Granted, 1G3^>.] 

C.VDMAN, or, three colombine buds, vert. 

Cadmer, az. an eagle displayed, with two heads, 
ar. 

Cadorns, [Earl of Cornwall,] sa. fifteen bezants, 
five, four, three, two, and one. 

CADWALiiADER, az. a cross puttee, fitchce, ar. 

Cadwallader, [King of Britain,] az. a cross pattee, 
fitchee^ or. 

Cadye, or Kadvk, [Gloucestcrsliire,] ar. three 
piles, engr. gu. all meeting in the base point. — 
Crest, on a mount vert, a cockatrice ar. combed 
and watiied gu. ducally gorged and chained or. 

Caddey, ar. three piles engr. meeting in base, sa. 
each charged with a cross pattee, fitchee, or. — 
Crest, a pile charged with a cross pattee, fitchce, 
as in the arms. 

Cadzeau, or Cady.^U, ar. a chev. betw. three 
roses gu. 

Cadzeau, ar. a chev. sa. betw. tlu'ce roses in chief 
gu. and a holly leaf in base, vert. 

Cagak, [Dc\on,] ar. seven lozenges gu. three, 
three, and one. 

Caf/an, gu. six lozenges, three, two, and one, ar. 

Cage, [Kent,] per pale, gu. and az. a saltier, or. 



C A L 

— Crest, a stag, passant, erm. attired or, charged 

on the -shoulder with an annulet gu. 
Ca(je, [Loughstow, Cambridgeshire,] per pale ar. 

and gu. a saltier or, in a quarter, ar. three bulls' 

heads, couped at the neck, sa. 
Ca(je, [Lincoln's Inn,] per pale, gu. and az. a 

saltier or, and chief erm. [Confirmed to ^Vm. 

Caqe, Esq. of Lincoln :: Inn, Isi of March, 

16^.] •" 

Cahown'e, [Luss, Scotland,] ar. a siiUior, engr. 

sa. 
Cahurta, ar. tv,o bars sa. in chief a demi griirin. 

issuant of the last. — Crest, a stag erm. attired 

or. 
Cahusac, per pale, or and az. a fcsse, counter- 
changed. 
Caillie, [Temp. King John,] ar. four bends gu. 
Caininge, ar. llnee floors' heads in profile, two 

and one, v. reathed ppr. 
Caikeeon, sa. a plate, betvv. three towers, triple- 
towered, ports displaced, ar. 
Cairnckoss, [Scotland,] ar. a .stag's head, betw. 

the attires, a cross crosslet fitchee, sirrmounted 

on the top with a mullet gu. 
Cairncross, [Scotland,] az. a stag's head, erased, 

ar. attired or, with a cross crosslet betv,-. tb.em. 

— Crest, a dagger, erect, ppr. 
Cairns, [Scotland,] gu. three martlets or. 
Cairns, [Scotland,] gu. three martlets ar. v.ith a 

fleur-de-lis in the centre. — Ciest, a cinquefoil, 

ppr. 
Cairns, ar. three martlets gu. within a bordure or. 
Carnes, [Scotland,] gu. thi-ee martlets, within a 

borduie or. 
Cairnes, ar. three martlets sa. 
Caithness, az. a galley in full sail or, sails and 

pennons ai'. 
Cakeeield, sa. a fleur-de-lis erm. 
Calamouint, [Cornwall,] ar. achev. bctv,-. tbee 

fleurs-de-lis, gu. 
Calandrine, az. a saltier or, in chief an eagle, 

displayed, ar. — Crest, a demi eagle, displayed, 

ar. in the beak a scroll, with this motto, Sitrsum. 
Calereath, [Scotland,] bendy of six, ar. and 

az. on a chief sa. three crosses,, pattee, or. 
C.\ECARNE, or, on a fesse engr. sa. betw. three 

Cornish choughs i)pr. a garb, betw. tv,o cross 

crosslets, fitchee, of the field. 
Caecott, sa. a saltier, engr. betw. four cross 

crosslets or. 
Cttulcol, or Caulcote, ar. a fesse sa. fretty or, 

betw. three cinqucfoils, pierced, gu, 
Caldecol, or Calcut, [Willscot, O.xou,] per j)ale. 

or and gu. on a chief, ar. three shovellers, sa. — 

Crest, a demi tiger or, tufted, maned, and attired, 

with two straight horus sa, 

[x2] 



C A L 

C'aldrcot, [Sussex, CambiidgesMre, and Norfolk,] 
per ]i;ile, or and nz. oh a chief <^u. three leopards' 
faces of the first. [Her. Off. Sussex. C. 27.] 

Caldccof, [Norfolk,] per pale, or and nz. on a chief 
gii. three lozenges erm. 

Calilecol, ar. a fosse crenellee, iictw. thrre birds gu. 

Coltlecof, per pale, or and az. a cbev. gii. 

Caldccol, ar. a fesse crenellee gu. belw. tiiree 
ravens sa. 

CoMi'col, [Norfolk,] per pale, az. and gii. on a 
chief of the second; three leopards' faces or. 

Cahlecot, or Caldicol, per pale, or and az. a chief 
gu. 

Caldecofe, [Caldccote, Cheshire,] ar. a fesse az. 
frctly or, betw. three cinquefoils gu. — Crest, an 
ostrich ppr. 

Calckai-'T, [IngToss, Kent,] per fesse ar. and 
erm. three lions, passant, guardani, i)i pale sa. 
all -within a bordure, vavy. az. — Crest, a grey- 
boinid, courtuil, sa. collared and ringed ar. on 
the body a pallet, wavy, or. [Granted Decem- 
ler 8, 1770.] 

Calcraft, [Kent,] per fesse ar. and erm. three 
lions, ])assant, guardaiU, in pale sa. — Crest, a 
greyhound, courant, sa. charged v ith a cross 
crosslct or. 

Calcraft, ar. three lions, passant, guardani, in 
pale sa. — Crest, a greyhound, courant, sa. col- 
lared ar. charged with a cross crosslet or. 

Calder, or, a buck's head, cabossed, gu. 

Caidcr, or, a buck's head, cabossed, sa. 

Calder, [Scotland,] or, a hart's head, cabossed, sa. 
attired gni. 

Calder, [Aslonne, Scotland,] or, a stag's head, 
coiiped and attired, witli six tines on every horn, 
sa. • 

Calderwood, erm. on a salticv gu. betw. four 
palm branches vert, live mascles ar. — Crest, a 
phoenix, in flames ppr. 

Catderwood, [Scotland,] ar. a palm tree growing 
out of a mount in base ppr. surmounted of a 
saltier gu. on a chief az. three mullets of the 
first. — Crest, a hand, holding a branch of palm 
ppr. (Another, the saltier invecked.) 

Caldwii.l, [Worcestershire and Loudon,] az. a 
cross forniee, fitchee, betw. ten estoiles or. — 
Crest, a cock's h;Mid. betw. two ■« ings, expand- 
ed, ar. combed and Mattled gu. holding in his 
mouth a cross formee, luchee, or, (Another., of 
Leicestershire, the bead or, wings sa.) 

Caldwell, [Stafibrdsbire,] ar. on a fesse dancettee, 
az. three fishes' heads, (i. e. lings' heads,) era.sed, 
or. - 

Caldpjcll, ar. on a fesse dancettee sa. three lions' 
heads, erased, or. 

Caldwell, [Caldwell, Scotland,] ar. three piles 



C A L 

issuing from the chief .sa. and in base four bars, 

waved, gu. and vert. 
Caldwell, [Glasgow,] per pale, az. and sa. a hart's 

head, couped, or, and in cliief tliree wells ppr. 
Cnldu-ell, per pale, az. and sa. tlir<'C wells in chief 

ar. and in base, a buck's head, couped, or. 
Caldwell, or, in cliief three piles sa. each charged 

with fountain pjjr. in base four bars, wavy, alter- 

fiately gu. and vert. — Crest, a denii lion, grasp- 
ing a broken cimetar, all ppr. 
Calklot, [Norfolk,] az. a saltier, betw. four 

crosses, formee, or. 
Calehot, [Norfolk,] az. a chew betw. three crosses 

or. — Crest, a greyhound, courant, az. collared 

and ringed or, 
Cai.fe, ar. three calves, passant, gu. 
Calfield, or, three towers, triple towered, gu. 
Calft.S, ar. three cinquefoils gu. betw. sI.n: cross 

crosslets sa. 
Calimie, erm. a fesse cottised sa. all within a 

bordure az. 
Calkin, ar. a pale gu. 
CAi,L.vnEK, gyronny of six, or and sa. on the first, 

three negToes' heads ppr. 
Callard'e, or Calliard, [Norfolk,] gyTonny of 

six, or and sa. three negroes' l.eads, couped ppr. 

• — Crest, a demi lion, sa. supporting a double 

scaling ladder or. (Another, the field ar. and sa.) 
Cnllarde, g-yrouny of six, ar. and sa. 
Cullarde, gyronny of six, or and sa. three Moors" 

heads, banded ar. on the gold ppr. 
C.M/LENDAR, sa. a bend, betw. six billets or. 
Callendar, [Scotland,] sa. a bend chequy, ar. and 

gu. betw. six billets of the second. — Crest, a 

hand, holding a billet ppr. 
Callender, [Ireland,] sa. a bend chequy or and gu. 

betw. six billets of the second. — Crest, a cubit 

arm, erect ppr. holding a billet, over the crest 

this motto, 1 mean v:ell. [Certified at the IJcr. 

Off. London, May 1779, to James Callendar, 

Esq.] 
Cai.lev, Caeey, or Cayllev, [Bardrope, 

Wilts, and Brumpton, Yorkshire,] quarterly, ar. 

and sa. on a bend gu. three mullets of the first. 

— Crest, a demi lion, rampant, ar. charged with 

a bend gu. thereon three mullets of the first, 

holding a battle-axe, handle gu. head ar. 
Calbj, or Caillij, quarterly, ar. and sa. on a bend 

gu. three mullets or. 
Calliling, or Cavling, gyronny of eight, sa. 

and erm. ' 

Callis, gu. three towers ar. on each a demi lion, 

rampant, or. 
Callis, ar. on a bend sa. three cinquefoils or. 
Calles, [Lincolnshire,] ar. three roses in fesse, giu 

l>etw^ six cross crosslets sa. 



C A L 

Valleys, sa. two bars crm. in diicf thri-e anuulets or. 

CMA.ORV., per pale, indented, or and gii. a bull, 
passant, counteichanged. 

CaliOre. The same, witliiii abordure, sa. 1)e7,antee. 

Callow, ar. on a chcv. betw. three leopards' 
heads sa. as many annidets of tlio field. 

Callrkv, or C.VLNKY, or, (! fesse betw. two 
cbev. sa. (Another, the field ar.) 

C.VLMAiiY, [Devon and Kent,] az. a cbev. betw. 
three pears or. — Crest, a pegasus, couraut, or. 

Cahi'ady, rz. a chev. betw. three pears ar. 

CALNK'i', or, a fesse betw. two chev. sa. 

Calsiull, gu. a lozenge, fiory at the point, or. 

CalSTON, ar. a bar gu. in chief two lions, ram- 
pant, of the last. 

Calslon, az. tln-ee mullets or, -s^ithin a bordure ar. 

Caltecote, ar. a fesse crenellee gu. betw. three 
birds sa. 

Calthop, [Norfolk,] az. a lion, ranipant, or, a 
baton erm. 

C'atlhop, or Callhrop, [Suflblk, Kortiiampfon- 
sliire, and Norfolk,] chequy, or and az. a fesse 

■ erm.- — Crest, a boar's head and neck az. armed 
and bristled or. 

Calthrop, [Sir Martin, Lord flavor of London, 
1588.] The sajne arms. 

Callhrop, az. a lion, ramp;uit, or, a beiidlet sa. 

CaUhrop, az. a lion, rampant, or, a bendlet erm. 

Callhrop, chequy, or and az. a fesse ar. 

Callhrop, [Kejit,] chequy, ar. and az. a cross of 
the second, fi-etty of the first. 

Callhrop, [Calthorp-Hail, Norfolk,] chequy, or 
and az. a fesse crm. — Crest, on a mount vert, a 
liawk close ar. beaked ajid belled or. 

Callhrop, or Carthorp, or, a bend az. ' 

Callhrop, or Callhorpe, [Orthonby, Norfolk,] 
ernL a mauncli gu. 

Callhrop, [Sir Henry, Knight of the Bath,] quar- 
terly ; first, chequy, or and az. a fesse erm. ; 
second, erm. a nsaunch gu. ; third, barrv oi" 
eight, or and az. a bend ar. ; fourth, gu. on a 
chief ar. two mullets sa.— Crest, a boai"'s head 

' and neck, couped, vert, bristled or. Sup- 
porters, two savages ppr. wreathed about the 
head and waist with oak-Ieavcs vert, their ex- 
terior arms extended, each holding a club, erect, 
of the first. 

Callhorpe, ar. a bend az. 

Callhorpe, az. a lion, rampant, or, depressed by 
a bend sa. \ni\\ an ermine .spot ar. at top. 

Carlhorpe, or, a bend gu. 

Caltutt, [I'^ssex and Lincolnshire,] ar. three 

^ cinquefoils gu. on each five bezants. 

Caltofts, or Caltkst, ar. an inescorh?on, 
^^itliin an orle of cinquefoils sa. 

Cullojls, sa. crusilly ar. three cinquefoils of the 
Jast. 



C A M 

Caltofl, ar. semee of cross crosslefs gu. a crescent 
betw. three cinquefoils of the last. 

Caltnfts, [Lincolnshire,] gu. three roses ar. 

Callofls, ar. an incscocheon, within an orle of nuirt- 
lets sa. 

Calto/ls, [lincoliishire,] or, three cinquefoils. 
pierced, gu. 

Callofls, w. an orle, bctv,-. eight cinqueloils in 
orle sa. 

Calton. See Caklton. 

Calts, [Lincolnshire,] ar. three roses gu. betw. 
nine cross crosslets sa. 

Calls, sa. three cinquefoils belw. nine cross cross- 
lets ar. 

Calvklev, [('ahcley, Cheshirf,] ar. a fesse 
gu. betw. three calves sa. — Crest, out of a ducal 
coronet, or, a calf's head, as in the arms. 

Calveki/, [Lea, Cheshire.] The same. 

Calveriey, [JDevon,] ar. on a fesse gu. lliree calves, 
passant, or. 

Calcerleij, sa. an inescoclieon, within an orle of 
starlings ar. 

Cah-erley, [Calverley, Yorkshire,] sa. an iiies- 
cocheou, wifliin an orle of owls ar. — Crest, an 
ov.'l ar. (Another crest, out of a ducal coronet, 
or, a calf's head, erect, sa.) 

Calverley, ar. an inescochcon, williin an orle of 
owls sa. 

Calverbj, ar. a fesse gu. betw. three calves, pas- 
sant, sa. 

Calvkrt, [Lancashire,] sa. on an inescoclieon, 
widiin an orle of owls ar. three guttes sa. — 
Crest, an owl ar. guttee sa. (Aiwlher, the 
iuescocheon guttee sa.) 

Calvert, paly of six, or and sa. a bend counter- 
changed. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, two 
pennons, the dexter or, the other sa staves gu. 

Calvert, [Sir William, Lord INfayor of London, 
17J9,] paly, bendy, lozengy, or and sa. 

Calwodlky, or Cadwoodlky, [Devon,] az. 
two -wings displayed, ar. on a fesse gu. three 
bezants. 

Cahcoodly, [Devon,] az. a lure ar. over all a fesse 
gn. 

Cahvoodbj, [Devon,] gu. a lure ar. overall a fesse 
az. 

Calwoodley, gu. a lure ai-. on a fesse az. three be- 
zants. 

Caly, quarterly, av. and gu. 

Calybut, az. a chev. betw. three crosses or. 

Calywortii, gnj. on a bend ai-. three castles sa. 

Camarthrn, or Car.marthf.n, [Kent,] az. a 
fesse, betw. three bears' ganibs, era.sed, or. 
armed gu. 

Carmarthen, or Cannarden, [Chiselhurst, Kent, 
and London,] az. a fesse belw. tliree lions' 



C A M 

ganibs, erect and erased, or. — Crest, a lion's 

g;nnb, as iu the amis. 
Cama^'le, gii. throe lozeng^es ar. 
CamayJl, gn. three fusils ar. 
Camrkekks, or CiiAM)!KRS, [Westmoreland,] 

vert, a cross erm. on a cldef or, a snake, uowed, 

ppr. 
Camuki.l. See Campbell. 
Camuki!, [Tilbury, Essex,] sa. three bends ra- 

gnly ar. on a chief of the second, three Saxon 
. crowns of the first. — Crest, a Saxon crown, per 

pale, sa. and ar. betw. two wings expanded, 

counterchanged. 
Camuerton, o;-Camereton, sa. three helmets 

or. 
Camiurd, erm. on a bend az. three leopards' 

heads or. 
Camborne, alias Paynter, [Cornwall,] az. 

three dice ar. each charged with an iUiniJet sa. 

— Crest, three broken spears or, tied together, 

two in saltier, and one iu pale, with a string gu. 
Cambhey, ar. three boars' heads, couped, sa. 
Cambridge, or Cambrjge, per pale, ar. and 

sa. a saltier, engr. connterchanged. 
Camhiulge, sa. two bars hnmettee, ar, 
Cn7nbridf/e, [London,] az. a cross patfee betw. 

four swans ar. 
Camhridye, ar. on a pile gu. betw. six crosses, 

formee, fitchee, sa. a cross patonce of the field. 
Camhridge, [Lord Mayor of London, 14:20,] sa. 

a canton in chief, and another in base ar. 
Camhridge, az. a cross patonce, betw. four ducks 

ar. 

Camhridge, sa. three garbs 

Camhrigg, per pale, ar. and sa. a saltier, engr. 

counlerchanged. 
CambrUEN, gu. a saltier, vair. 
Camuen. [Clarencieux,] az. a fesse, engr. betw. 

six cross crosslets, fitcliec, or. 
Camden, ar. a fesse gu. betw. tlu-ee torteauxes. 
Camden, ar. a fesse, engr. betw. six cross cross- 
lets, litchee, sa. — Crest, on a triangle or six 

cstoiles gu. 

Camden, a cross nioline 

CA^ruoY, or, abend sa. betw. three boars' heads 

gu. 
Camdoij, ar. a bend gu. cottised, betw. three 

boars' heads, erect and erased, sa. a label of the 

second. 
Camel, [Buiy, Pomeroy, Devon,] .sa. a camel, 

passant, ar. 
Camel, az. a camel, ])nssanf, ar. - 
Camel, or Cannyll, az. a falcon, volant, or. 
Camells, or, tlirec camels sa. 
Camekey, or Camery', or, abend, betv,-. three 
boars' heads, couped, sa. armed of the field. 



C A M 

Camenj, or, a bend sa. cottised ar. betw. two * 

boars' heads, couped, of the second. 
Cameron, or, two bars gu. — Crest, on a wreath, 

a dexter arm, in armour, erabowed ppr. gar- 

iiisiied or, holding in the hand a sword, also ppr. 

jiomcl and hilt gold. \^Borne hg Lieidenant- 

Genernl W. N. Ceaneron, of Nca-'lTouae, Christ 

Church, Hants, 182:3.] A Subscriber.. 
Cameron, ar. three bars gu. [Borne hy John 

Cai'iernn, Archbishop of Glasgow, 143.5.] 
Cameys, ar. onachiefgu. three plates. (Another, 

three bezants.) 
Cameys, or Camys, vair, two bars gu. 
Camfielu, or Cami'YLD, [Norfolk,] ar. a fret, 

engr. sa. 
Camfield, ar. fretty sa. 
Camfield, ar. a fret engr. sa. on a canton of the 

last, a lure of the first. 
Camkire, sa. a fesse ar. 
Camiele, [Staffordshire,] az. three lions, passant, 

ar. 
Camm, or, a cross engr. gu. in th.e first quarter, 

a crescent of the last. — Crest, a cross gu. 

charged with a crescent or. 
Cam, paly of six, ar. and az. 
Camock, [Vv'alden, Essex,] quarterly, or and 

gu. a cross erm. 
Camoye, or Camoies, or, on a chief gu. three 

plates. 
Camoys, or, on a chief gu. three bezants. 
Camoys, [Somersetshire.] The same, with due 

diO'erence. 
Camoys, or Camays, or, a fret gu. on a chief of 

the second, three bezants. 
Camoys, [Devonshire,] gu. a cross erm. 
Camoys, erm. on a chief gu. three bezants. 
Camoys, erm. on a chief or, three torteauxes. 
Camois, [Temp. Henry 11 L] ar. on a chief gu. 

three plates. 
Camp, [London,] sa. a chev. betw. three griflins' 

heads, erased, or. [Granted to Laurence Camp. 

of London, July 2, 1804.] 
Campain, ar. a fesse sa. 
Campbell, [Scotland,] gyronny of eight, erm. 

and gu. waved, and a crescent fur dilFerence. 
Campbell, [Scotland,] gyronny of eight, erm. and 

gu. on each of the last, a bee, volant, ar. — 

Crest, a stork pjjr. 
Campbell, [Scotland,] gyronny of eight, engr. 

or and sa. — Crest, a camel's head, couped, ppr. 
Campbell, [Scotland,] gyronny of eight, or and 
sa. each charged with a trefoil, sli]>ped, and 
counterchanged. — Crest, a sh;p, at anchor, ppr. 
Campbell, [ScotlaJid,] gyronny of eight, or and 
sa. within a bordure, engr. of the first. — Crest, 
a swan ppr. crowned or, 



CAM 

Canipbell, [Scotland,] gyronny of eight, or and 
sa. within a bordure invecked or, charged with 
ciglit crescents sa. 

Camphell, [Scothmd,] gyronny of eight, orandsa. 
■within a bordure of tiie first. — Crest, a lyniphad, 
vith oars in artiou, sa. 

Camphdl, [Scotland,] gyronuy of eight, erni. and 
gu. vithin a Lordm-e eugr. of the second, charged 
■with as many crescents ar. 

Campbell, [Scotland,] gyronuy of eight, or and 
sa. ■within a bordure of the first, charged with as 
many crescents sa. — Crest, two oars of a gaily 
in saltier 

Camphel. Tlie same, with the bordure engr. — 
Crest, the same. 

Camphel, [Scotland,] gyroimy of eiglit, or and s;i. 
within a bordure, indented, of the first, chai-ged 
with eight crescents of the second. — Crest, t\\ o 
oars of a gaily in saltier 

Camphel, [Scotland,] gyronuy of eight, or and sa. 
within a bordure, chequy, ar. and az. charged 
with eight crescents of the third. — Crest, a dove, 
with an olive-branch in his biJl ])pr. 

Camphel, [Hounslow, Middlesex,] quarterly; first 
. and fourth, gyronny of eight, or and sa. ; se- 
cond and third, ar. a ship, ■\'?ith one mast, her 
sails furled, aud oars in action sa. 

Camphell, quarterly ; first and fourth, gyronny of 
eight, or and sa. ; second and third, ar. a sliip, 
with one mast, her sails furled, and oars in action, 
sa. \_Borne hy V/illiain Camphell, Esq. Comp- 
troller of the Letjacy Duties, Somersat-House, 
and of Russell-Square, London.'] 

Cavihcll, gyronny of eight, or and sa. 

Camhcll, [Claj'-Hall, Essex,] sa. ou a fessc, 
betw. three lions' heads, erased, or, as many 
ogresses. 

Camhell, [Sir Thomas, Lord Mayor of London, 
iG09.] The same arms. 

Camhell, [Sir James, Lord Slayor of London, 
1629.] The same. 

Camphell, [Scotland,] g3'ronuy of eight, or and sa. 

Camphell, [Scotland,] gyronuy of eight, gu, and 
erni. 

Camphell, [Scotland,] gyronny of eight, sa. and 
or, within a Lordure vair. — Crest, a boar's head, 
erect and erased, az. 

Camphell, [Scothind,] gyronuy of eight, or and 
sa. within a bordure gu. charged with eight es- 
callops of the first, and a canton ; also gjTonny 
of eight, erm. and gu. — -Crest, a phoenix, head 
erased, or. 

Campbell, [Scotland,] gvTonny of eight, or and 
sa. within a bordure, embattled, ^ert; another, 
the bordure nebulee. — Crest, a demi lion, guar- 
dimt, gii.holdiug in hi3 dexter paw a sword j)pr. 



CAN 

and in his sinister two laurel-branches, orlc- 

ways. 
Camphell, [Scotland,] gyronny of eight, or and 

sa. within a bordure, gobor.ated, purp. and erm. 

— Crest, a dexter arm, erect, grasping a s]nir, 

all ppr. 
Campe, sa. a chev. betw. three grifllns' heads, 

erased, ar. 
Campc, sa. a chev. betw. three griffins' heads, 

erased, or. [Granfed, hy Camden, July 2, 

IGOi, to Campe, of London, Esq.] 

Campkrney, or Cami'NKV, ar. a bend, ma.sculy, 

gu. 
Campidok, j)i-i- fessc, or and az. the head, neck, 

and shoulders of a woman, in full front, ppr. 

crowned with an autique crown of the first. 
Campion, [London,] az. fretty of eight jtieces 

erm. ou a canton or, a fleur-de-lis gu. 
Campion, or Campyon, [London,] ar. on a cliicf 

gu. an eagle, displayed, or. — Crest, a turkey in 

his pride ppr. 
Campion, [NVitham, Essex, and London,] ar. a 

chev. betw. three talbots' heads, erased, sa. — 

Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a talbot's head 

sa. - 
Cam VILE, az. three Hons, rampant, ar. 
Comvi/e, or Canwille, [Wanvickshire,] az. two 

hons, i)assant, ar. 
Camvile, az. three lions, passant, iu pale, ar. 
C'nnvile, vert, an eagle, displayed, or. 
Camvile, vert, a?i eagle, displayed, with two heads 

or. 
Camville, [Staffordshire,] az. three lions, passant, 

g"uardaut, ar. 
Camville, [Northamptonshire, Temp. Kitig Ste- 
phen,] vert, three lious, passant, ar. ajnied and 

iangued gu. , 

Camvill, gu. three fusils ar. 
Can, [Compton-Greenfield, Gloucestershire,] az. 

fretty ar. on a fesse gu. three leopards' heads, 

cabossed, or. — Crest, out of a mural coronet 

or, a plume of five ostrich's fe^ilhers ar. 
Cann, az. fretty ar. on a fesse gu. three leopards' 

faces (iX.[^Assiyned to Rohert Cann, Knight and 

Baronet of Bristol, hy Walker, Garter, March 

8, 1003-^1.] 
Cann, gu. a cross engi". or. 
Cann, az. fretty ar. a fesse gu. 
Cann, [CoruMall,] gu. a cross ar. 
Canne, ar. on a chev. gu. two couple closes or. 
CanbkooK, ar. a chev. betw. three fishes' lieads, 

couped, gu. 
Canhroke, ar. a chev. betw. three boars' lieads, 

couped, gu. 
Canck, [Temp. King John,] barry of ar. 

and az. a lion, rampant, gu. 



C A N 

Canckpen, gu. six plates. 

Cancemnh, gii. a fleur-de-lis ar. 

Candall, or, a cross vert. 

CANDKhER, ar. (hrce pellets in bend cottised sa. 

bctw. two pellets. 
Caiidelei; clieqiiy or and gu. ou a Lend engr. sa. 

three lions, pas.->ant, guardaiit, of the first. 
Candicii, ar. tluee piles, vavy, gu. 
Cunilkh, or Canduis, ar. a pile gii. 
Candish, sa. three crosses, hottonee, fitchee, or. 
Candhh, [Lord Mayor of London, 13G3,] sa. a 

chcv. or, betw. three cups 

Caiidish, or Cavendish, [Earl of Devon,] sa. three 

bucks' heads ar. a crescent or. 
Cnndish, or Cavendish, [Viscount ?>)ansfield,] sa. 

three bucks' heads ar. a mullet or. 
Caiidish, [Suffolk,] ar. three piles wavy, two from 

the chief, and one rising from the base, betw. 

flieni gu. — Crest, an ostrich's head az. gorged 

with a collar sa. rimuicd or, and charged with 

three bezants. 
Caiidishe, sa. three bucks' heads ar. attired or. 
Candislie, gu. three piles wavy ar. 
Candhhc, [Suflolk,] sa. a chev. or, betw. three 

cujjs uncovered ar. (Another, covered.) 
Caiidishe, [Cheshire,] or, a lion, rampant, gu. tail 

forked. 
Candishe, [Suffolk,] sa. a chev. betw. three stand- 
ing dishes ar. 
Candishe, sa. three cross crosslets or. (Another, 

the cross crosslets fitchee.) 
CandoiS, ar. a pile gu. 
Candkay, ar. a fesse gu. in chief three tor- 

teauxes. 
Candrei/, gu. ten billets or, four, three, two, and 

one. 
Canes, or, on a chief gu. two plates. 
CvNEV, az. three lions, passant, in pale ar. 
Caneys, gu. a cross erin. 
Cany, vair, three bars gu. 
Caiihey, ar. on a bend gu. three magpies ppr. 
Canijs, [Devon,] gu. a cross erm. 
CANFlliLD.jir. fretty sa. 
Ca/ifteld, [Yorkshire,] sa. a fret engr. in the chief 

dexter corner; a cinquefoil ar. 
Can HAM, gu. a cross, lozengy erni. betw. four 

peliciuis' heads, erased, or. 
Canhan.SER, sa. an eagle's leg in pale, erased 

a la quise ar, armed gu. 
Caxkupene, gu. six plates, three, two, and one. 
CannI'TOX, ar. seven martlets sa. three, three, 

and one. 
Can SING, ar. three jroors' heads, side-faced, 

couped at the neck ppr. wreathed about the 

temples, or and az. — Crest, a denii lion, ram- 
pant, erm. supportitig a battle-axe ppr. 



CAN 

Canninff, [Sir Thomas, Lord Mayor of London, 

145G,] ar. three Moors' heads sa. 
Caning, ar. three Moors' heads, couped sa. -with 

round caps or, fretty gu. 
Cannings, ar. on a chief gu. three plates. 
Canninf/s, ar. three Moors' heads, couped, »a. 

wreathed gu. 
Cannock, [Lincolnshire,] erm. a fret gu. on a 

chief of the second, three annulets ar. — Crest, a 

demi buck, couped ar. attired and ducally 

gorged or, one foot resting on the wreath. 
Cannon, [Pembrokeshire,] gu. on a bend ar. 

double cottised or, a pellet. — Crest; a cannon 

sa. mounted on a carriage or. [^Granled, Feb. 

16J4, ly Camden.'] 
Canon, ar. on a chev. engr. sa. betw. three cros'^cs, 

pattee, as many martlets of the first. 
Cansey, sa. a chev. betw. three fleurs-de-lis ar. 
Can sham, ar. a saltier .sa. 
Canston, ar. on a bend sa. lliree cross crosslets, 

fitchee, or. (Another, ar.) 
Cansfon, ar. three bendlets sa. 
Can SURE, az. an eagle, di.splayed, barry of eight, 

ar. and gu. 
Cant, ar. a bend engr. betw. three crescents sa. 
Cantekirs, gu. three fleurs-de-lis or. 
Cantelo, or'CANTELUP, az. tlu'ee fleurs-de-lis 

or. 
Caniclow, [Herefordshire,] gu. a fesse vair, betw. 

three leopards' heads, jessant fleur-de-lis or. 
Canielow, erm. on a chev. gu. three leopards' 

heads, jessant fleur-de-lis or. 
Canielow, [Shropshire,] gu. a bend ar. betw. three- 

fleurs-de-lis or. 
Canielow, [Ireland,] ar. three wolves' heads, 

couped, sa. 
Canielow, erm. a chev. gu. 
Canielow, or Canlelo, [Shropshire,] gu. a bend, 

betw. three fleurs-de-lis ar. 
Canleloio, or Cantelupe, az. a bend erm. betw. 

three leopards' lieads or, jessant fleur-de-lis gu. 
CANTKLtfPE, [Slaflbrdshire,] gu. three leopards' 

heads, jessant-de-lis or. 
Canlelupc, az. tliree leopards' heads, jessant-de- 
lis or. 
Cantelupe, or Canllow, gu. a fesse vair, betw. 

throe leo])iirds' heads, jessant-de»lis or. 
Cantelupe, or Cantlow, gu. three fleurs-de-lis or. 
Cantelupe, or Cantlow, gu. a bend, betv,-. three 

fleurs-de-lis ar. 
Cantelupe, erm. on a chev. gu. three leopards' 

heads, jessant-de-lis or. 
Cantelupe, az. a fesse ga. betw. three leoi>ard5" 

heads, jessant-de-lis or. 
Cantelupe, az. three leopards' heads, inverted, 

jcssant-dc-lis or. ■ ■ . . ' 



CAP 

Cantiien, gu. a chcv. betw. three pheons ar. 

i'anlJien, gu. a cliev. erin. betw. tliree pheons ar. 

(Iantiiorp, or, a lesse, betw. three escallops gu. 
(Another, the field ar.) 

Canihorp, ax. a fesse, betw. three estoiles sa. 

CaXTILION, az. a lion, rampant, ar. hetw. two 
arrows or, feathered, and barbed of the se- 
cond. 

Cantis, sa. on a chev. or, betw. three staq;s' 
heads, cabossed, ar. as many covered cups gu. 
— Crest, a hart's head, erased, jjpr. attired or, 
gorged with a colhir ar. charged ^^ ith three roses 
gu. barbed, and seeded, ppr. [Granlcd to Va- 
lentine Cantis, of Cautcrhnry, November 4, 
1769.] 

Cantoke, gu. a cross flory, ar. betw. four roses 
or. 

Caxton, [Leicoslershire,] barry of four, ar. and 
' gii. on a chief of the second, three mullets of 
the first. 

Canton, [Kent,] ar. a hoii, passant, in fesse sa. 
betw. three dolphins gu. 

Canton, [Ireland,] or, on a chief az. a lion, pas- 
sant, of the field, arnred gu. 

Canton, or Cannton, [Leicestershire,] gn. tv.o 
l)ars, and in chief three mullets ar. 

Cantone, gu. tv/o bars ar. in chief as many mullets 
of the second. 

Cantrill, [Bury, Suffolk,] ar. a pelican in her 
piety, in her nest, sa. — Crest, a tower ar. port 
sa. 

Caxtwlll, [Ireland,] gu. a canton crm. charged 
with six annulets or. 

CanticcU, [Ireland,] gu. five annulets, and a can- 
ton erni. 

Canlwell, gu. six annulets or, three, two, and 
one. 

Canticell, gu. six annulets ar. three, two, and 
one. 

Canfwcll, [Ireland,] gu. six annulets or, a canton 
erni. 

C.\n\iIjL, az. an eagle, with wiisgs expanded, 
or, looking backwards, armed gu. 

Canys, vair, three bars gu. 

Capijoys, gu. a cinquefoil ar. gntfee de poix. 

Capklen, or Chaplain, [Hants,] erm. on a 
chief dancetfee az. three grifiins' heads, erased, 
or. — Crest, a griffin's head, erased, ar. ducally 
gorged or. 

Capkll, [Cashiobcry, Hertfordshire,] gu. a lion, 
rampant, betw. three cross crosslets, fitchee, or. 
— Crest, a demi liou, or, holding a cross cross- 
let, fitchee, gu. 

('I'pell, vert, Iretty ar. 

(^'opcll, vert, fretty ar. a fesse or. 

i-apcll, gu. crusllly, a Hon, rampant, or. 



CAP 

Capell, [Herefordshire,] ar. a chev. gxi. betw. 
three torteauxes. 

Capell, [Herefordshire,] gu. a cross ar. betw. four 
lozenges vair. 

Capell, [How-Capell, Herefordshire,] cheqny, or 
and az. on a fesse gu. three mascles ar. — C'resl. 
a ]>lunie of three ostrich's feathers, two iii-. oiif 
gu. 

Capell, sa. throe plates in bend, betw. two cottises 
or. 

CapiU, sa. on a bend, betw. two cottises or, three 
pellets. 

Cupel, [Sir "William, Lord TvLnyor of London, 
1003,] gu. a lion, rampnnt, betw. three cross 
crosslets, fitchee, or. 

Caples, or, a cross, moline, sa. 

Capenhurst, gu. a chev. betw. three cocks ar. 

Capenlnirst, ar. three capons sa. 

Capenhursl, ar. tliree capons sa. armed, crested, 
and jawlo})ped, or. 

Cappex;, az. a chev. engr. erm. in chief, two 
bees, vohint, or, in base, a bee-hive of the last, 
on a cliief of the third; two stags' head, cabossed, 
gu. — Crest, a dexter arm, embowcd, couped at 
the shoulder, habited gu. cufl' ar. holding in the 
hand pjn-. a banner az. staff or, charged vnth a 
bee, as in the arms. [Granted to Peter Cap- 
per, of Birinincjliam, Warwickshire, and Staf- 
furdshire.'] 

Copper, [Lincoln's Inn, and Bushey, Hertford- 
shire,] or, on a chev. gu. three roses ar. a can- 
ton of the second. 

Capper, az. a chev. engr. erminois, betw. two 
bees, volant, in chief, and a bee-hive in base 
or, on a chief of the last, two bucks' heads, ca- 
bossed, sa. — Crest, on a wreath, a dexter arm, 
embowed, vested az. cuff erminois, the hand 
grasping a staff, in bend sinister ppr. thereon, 
hoisted a l)anuer of the first, fringed, and 
charged with a bee, volant, or, quartering Small- 
M ood, viz. chcquy, ar. and sa. on a bend ermi- 
nois, three billets az. [Granted to the Jlev. 
James Capper, M. A. Vicar of Wilmington 
and Lullinffton, Sussex, Rector of Ashursf, 
Kent, and l-'rehendart/ of the Cathedral Church 
of Chichester, fifth son of William Capper, 
late of Kiifjelei/, Staffordshire, Merchant, hy 
Rebecca his wife, daughter and at length co-heir 
of Samuel SmaUwood, late of Macclesfield, 
Chester, by Patents, vnder the hands and seals 
of Heard Garter, Harrison Clarencieux, and 
Bigland Iwrroy, dated October 9, 1604.] See 
Plate of Arms. 

Capps, []Martham, Norfolk,] az. on a fesse, bet^v. 
three antelopes, passant, or, as many escallops 
gu. — Crest, a demi antelope, sejant, or. 
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CAR 

Capps, ar. on a cliev. Ijchv. three trefoils, slipped, 

sa. an escallop of the first. 
Capps, [Kent.] The same, \v-itbout tlic escallop. 
Caps, [Corinvall,] ar. a cliev. sa. bet^\•. three 

moors' heads p])r. 
Caps, ar. on a bend, cottised, az. three bezants. 
Caps, sa. on a bend, cottised, or, three pellets. 
Cai'IHIS, [Kent, ar. a chev. hetw. three trefoils, 

6li])))ed, sa. 
Carant, or Cakantr, [Essex and Wilts,] ar. 

on a torteaux, three chev. az. 
Caranl, [Essex,] ar. three hurts, each charged 

vnth as many chev. gu. 
Caraunt, ar. three torteauxes, on each, as many 

chev. az. 
Carhkw, [Norfolk,] gu. a cross ar. within a bor- 

diire or. 
Cavluill, ar. on a chev. betw. three crowns sa. 

as many estoiles or. 
C.\ri;len, az. a fleiir-de-lis, and chief ar. 
CAR)SONELL,gii. across, withinabordure, eugi*. or. 
Carhonell, sa. three swords in pale, tvro points 

downwards, and one upwards ar. ])omelled or. 
Carhonell, or Carhoimell, [Norfolk,] gu. a cross 

ar. within a hordure, engT. or. 
Carhonell, [London, and Caen, Normandy,] per 

fesse, gu. and az. three plates. — Crest, a demi 
^ lion, az. crowned gu. on the shoulder three 

])lates. [Granled 1G93-4.] 
Carhonell, [Suffolk,] gu. a cross ar. fretted sa. 
Carhonell, gu. a cross ar. ^T^thin a bordure or. 
Carbovl, az. three tilting spears, bendways, or. 
Carcev, vair, three bars gu. 
Card, [Gray's Inn,] erm. a demi lion, rampant, 

and erased, az. collared or, thereon three tor- 
teauxes. [Granted to Andrew Card, of Gray's 

Inn, Mai/S\, 1695.] 
Gardrgan, ar. a chev. betw. three boars' heads, 

couped, sa. langued gu. \vithin a bordure erm. 
Cardec/nn, ar. a chev. betw. three boars' heads, 

couped, within a bordure sa. — Crest, a lion's 

gamb, erect, and erased or, holding an antifjue 

mace az. 
Cardigan, or Cardican, [Wales,] quarterly, ar. 

and erri). a bend gu. 
Caroklyox, or Cardf.lon, ar. a chev. gu. 

betw. three cross crosslets, fitchee, sa. 
Cardf.mew, paly of six, ar. and gu. on a chief 

az. a lion, passant, guardant, or. 
Cardemew, ar. on a chief sa. a lion, passant, of 

the first. 
Cardimeiv, or Cardincw, ar. on a cliicf sa. a lion, 

])assant, or. 
Carden, [Carden, Cheshire,] sa. a .sling, betw. 

two pheons ar.' — Crest, a wolf's head, erased, 

sa. pierced with au arrow ar. 



CAR 

Cardkton, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three cross 
crosslets, fitchee, sa. 

Caruican, [Wales,] cpiarterly, ar. and erm. a 
bend gu. 

Cakdiffe, [Ireland,] ar. a chev. betw. three 
door-staples sa. 

Cardifl'e, az. a fesse, betw. six martlets or. 

CardiJJ'e, az. a fesse or, betw. six martlets ar. 

Cardi/ff'e, [Ewyas Harold, Herefordshire,] 

nr. Indian bow, betw. tvvo pheons 

Cakdinall, [Hadley, Suflblk,] sa. a fesse, betw. 
three door-hinges ar. 

Cardinall, [Essex,] sa. a fesse engr. betw. three 
door-hinges ar.— Crest, a dromedary. 

Cardingtox, sa. three wool-combs or. 

Cardington, ar. a fesse, embattled, and counter- 
embattled sa. fretted or, betw. three lions, pas- 
sant, gu. 

Cardmaicer, per fesse, ar. and gu. a pale coun- 
terchanged, three greyhounds' heads, erased, of 

. the second, collared and winged sa. 

CardjiiaJcer, or Cardcmaker, per fesse, gu. 
and ar. a pale couuterchanged, three greyhounds" 
heads of the second, collared of the first. 

Cardjiene, or Caromewe, ar. on a chief sa. 
a lion, passant, of the first. 

Cardonnei., ar. t^vo chev. betw. three h-efoils 
vert. — Crest, a goldfinch ppr. charged on the 
breast with a trefoil vert. [Granted to Mans- 
field de Cardonncl of C/itrton, l^ortJiumhcrland, 
June 5, 1773.] 

Cardos, ar. on a chev. az. three eagles, dis- 
played, or. 

Cardwell, ar. a chev. sa. betw. three maiden's 
heads, erased, p})r. ducally crowned or. — Crest, 
a knight, in complete armour ppr. vizor up, on 
the top thereof a plume of feathers gu. in his 
dexter hand a battle-axe of the first. [Borne 
hj Cardwell, Esq. 1824.] 

Cardyffe. See Cardiff. 

Careill, or' 

Carell, [ 

Carem, gu. a chev. betw. three escallops ar. 

Carett, or, on a chief indented sa. three roses 
of the field. 

Cakew, [Devon and Cornwall,] or, three lions, 
|>assant, in pale, sa. armed and langued gu. — 
Crest, on a wreath, a niaiuinast, the round top 
surrounded with spears, and a demi lion, issuant 
from the centi-e sa. 

Careio, [Surrey, Gloucester, and Kent,] ar. three 
lions, passant, in pale, sa. armed and langued 
gu. 

Carew, [Kent.] The same, v/ithin a hordure, 
chequy, or and sa. (Another, the bordure go- 
bony.) . . . „ . _ •■ 



SeeCARRELL. 



C A II 

Carew, gu. on a chev. betw. Ihree ciuquefoils or, 
as many csloiles of the first. 

Carkwki.L, sa. three chev. ar. 

C.arciceU, ar. a fesse, bet\r. three fleurs-de-lis gu. 

Carey, gu. a chev. betw. three lions' heads, 
erased, or, on a chief, per fesse nebulee ar. and 
az. a pale of the last, charged Math a jjelican 
close, of the third, vulning her breast, of the 
field. — Crest, a wolf, passant, reg-ardaut, per 
])alc, ar. and gn. holding in the moiuli a rose- 
branch, flowered of the second, leaved and 
stalked vert. 

Carey, ar. on a bend sa. three roses of the field. 
— Crest, a swan ar. wings endorsed. (Another 
crest, a horse's head and neck, bendy of six, 
ar. and sa. anned with a shield plate, and bridled 
or.) [Borne hy James Carey, Esq. Jurat of 
the Royal Court, Guernsey, 18"24.] 

Cary, [IJudley, Staflordshire.] The same. 

Cary, [Wilcol, Oxfordshire, and Somersetshire.] 
The same, with due diftercnce. 

Cary, [Cockiugton, Devon.] The same. 

Cary, [Londoii and Bristol,] ar. on a bend sn. 
three roses of the first, on a canton or, nu an- 
chor sa. 

Cary, az. a fret or. 

Cary, [London,] ar. on a bend, engr. sa. t!u-ee 
roses of the field in the sinister chief, an anchor 
of the second. 

Cary, [Devon,] gu, a chev. betw. the swans ar. 

Cart/, [London,] sa. on a chev. or, three cstoiles 
gu. betw. as many griffin's heads, erased, of the 
last. \ Conftrvted to John Cary, of London, 
1G12.] ^ ^ ' 

Cargill, [.Scotland,] gu. three martlets within 
a i)ordure or. 

Carhill, ar. on a chev. sa. three estoiles or, 
betw. as many Cornish chou'jhs ppr. [Borne 
by Christopher Carhill, Es(j. Norroy JCing of 
Arms, Temp. Flenry VIII.] 

Cariges, ar. on a Lend sa. three birds of the 
first. 

Carigs, ar. a bend az. betw. three choughs ppr. 

Cariys, ar. a bend gu. Ijctw. three mng]5ies ppr. 

Carington, [Sponton, Yorkshire, ajid Cheshire.] 
See Carrington. 

Carkeredge, [Godmashani, Kent,] ar. on a 
fesse, engr. sn. three quatrefoils or. 

Carkettle, [Scotland,] az. on abend or, betw. 
three covered cups of the last, as many boars' 
heads, erased, gu. 

Carkettle, [Scotland,] ar. on a bend, betw. two 
_ mullets gu. three crescents of the first. 

Carkikk, sa. a bend engr. cottised, or, over all 
a label of three points ar. [Granted to Ralph 
Carkike, of London, December 10, 1530.] 



CAR 

CarkiI;E, [London,] sa. a bend, invected, betw. 
two coftises or, over all a label of three points 
ar. 

Carle, az. three pomegranates or, seeded gu. 

Carlkll, or Carlvle, [Staft'ordshire,] or, a 
cross formec, gu. 

Carlil, [Northumberland,] ar. a cross, betw. 
four lions, rampant, gu. 

Carlill, [Kent and Cumberland,] or, a cross florv 
p;u, — Crest, a dexter arm, embowed, in armour 
or, garnished gu. holding iji the hand p])r. a ba- 
ton of the first. 

Carlill, [Cumberland and Westmoreland,] or, a 
cross fiory gu. in the dexter chief a rose of the 
last. — Crest, an arm, embowed, in armour, 
holding in the hand, all ppr. a spear ar. 

Carlill, [London, 1383,] or, on a cross, engT. gn. 
betw. two roses, dexter bendways, and two grif- 
fins' heads, erased, sinister bendways, of the 
second, five martlets of the first. 

Carlill, or, a cross, pafonce, gu. in the dexter 
chief, a rose of the second. 

Carlesse, ar. on a bend sa. three cincjucfoUs, 
pierced, or. 

Carlos, or, on a mount, in base, an oak-tree 
vert, over all, on a fesse gu. three regal crowns 
or. — Crest, a sword ar. hilt and pomel or, and a 
sceptre of the last, in saltier, enfiled with a civic 
crown vert. 

Carlfe, [Kent,] or, a fesse, betw. three horses, 
courant, sa.— Crest, a ram, ar. attired or, in 
flames of fire ppr. 

Carliiaw, or Ciiarlhaw, az. three spears, 
bendways, or, headed ar. 

Carlhov.', az. three tilling spears, bendways, 
or. 

Carlife, [London,] or, on a cross engr. betw. 
four roses gu. five martlets of the first. — Crest, 
a martlet or, holding in the beak a sprig of two 
roses gu. leaved and stalked vert. 

Carliton, crm. on a fesse gu. three castles, 
triple towered or. 

Carlmvnake, sa. a fesse or, betw. tliree boars' 
heads, erased, and six cross crosslets, fitchee, of 
the second. 

Carlov>e, or Carlow, [Wales,] az. three 
spears in boid or, headed ar. 

Carlton, ar. on a bend cottised az. three lozen- 
ges of the first. 

Carlton, [Carlton-Hall, Cumberland,] erm. on a 
bend sa. three pheons ar. — Crest, an arm, em- 
bowed, ppr. holding an arrow. 

Carlton, or Quarlton, ar. a lion, passant, gu. See 
Charlton. 

C«)V/07), [Ireland,] erra. on a bend sa. three pheons 
or. 

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CAR 

Carlcton, [Surrey, Bedfordshire, Linton, Cam- 
hi-idgesliire, and London,] ar. on a bend sa. 
ttiree masclcs of the field. — Crest, out of a du- 
cal coronet or, a unicorn's head sa. the liorns 
twisted of tlie first and second. 

Carklon, [Sir Guy, installed Knight of the Bath, 

. May 19, 1779,JeriTi. on a bendsa. three pheons 
ar. — Crest, a dexter arm, embowed ppr. vested 
above the elbow, gu. turned up ar. holding; in 
the hand an arrow of the fust. Supporters, two 
beavers ppr. the dexter gorged with a mural co- 
ronet, the sinister with a naval coronet, both or. 
[Afterwards created Lord Dorchester.] 

Calton, az. a bend engr. betw. three tuns or, ou 
each an owl perched ar. with a crescent for dif- 
ference. [Granted to Henry Calton, of Brad- 
hurliam, alias Bahrain, in Camhridr/eshire, June 
25, 15G7.] 

Carlkston, or, on a chcv. vert, three eagles, 
displayed, of the field. 

Carluvake, .or Carluvnaki:, [Coruv.all,] 
sa. three boars' heads in fesse, betw. six cross 
crosslets, fitchee, or. 

Carlyle, or Cairlvle, ar. a cross fiory gu. 

Carlile, or Carlill, [Northumberland,] ar. ou a 
chev. sa. betw. three Cornish choughs ppr. as 
many estoiles or. 

Carlile, or, a cross flowered gu. 

Carliles, or, ou a chev. betv/. three birds sa. 
as many estoiles or. 

Carmalt, [Laurigg, Cumberland,] vert, a dra- 
gon, sejant, vith wings expanded, betw. two 
escallops or. — Crest, a dragon's head, erased, 
per pale, vert and or, gorged with a collar, 
charged with three escallops, counterchanged. 
[Granted 1740.] 

Carmicharl, ar. a fesse tortile az. and gu. 

Carmichael, ar. a fesse tortile gu. and az. betw. a 
crescent in chief of the second, and a cinque- 
foil in base of the third. 

Carmarthen, or Carmarden. See Ca- 

MARTHEN. 

CaRMYNELL, az. a bend or. 

Carmynow, or Carminavv, [Cornwall,] az. a 

bend or, a chief of the last. 
Cariuynow, Cunnenow, Cariiuno, or Carj.'niinir, 

[Devonshire and Tretongalion, Cornwall,] az. 

a bend or, (another, ar.) in chief a lambeaux 

of tliree points gu.— -Crest, a dolphin, embowed, 

or. 
Carminow, or Carmeno, [Cornwall,] az. a bend 

Carmmacr, [Cornwall,] ar.semec de cross cross- 
lets sa. a fesse az. betw, three boars' heads sa. 

Carn-Lloyu, [Glamorganshire,] sa, a lion, ram- 
pant, ar. 



CAR 

Carnaby, ar. two bars az. in chief three Iiurt^, 
Carnagie, [Scotland,] per pale, or and ar. an 
eagle, displayed, az. armed and be. iked gu, 

— Crest, a demi eagle, displayed, as in the 
arms. 

Carnacjie, or, an eagle, displayed, az. armed and 
membered gu. surmounted on the breast with a 
cup of the first. — Crest, a star ppr. 

Carnagie, [Scotland,] or, an eagle, displayed, az, 
armed and raembered gu. 

Carnagie, or, an eagle, displayed, az. in chief a 
buckle, betw. two annulets of the second. — 
Crest, two dexter gauntlets issuing out of a 
cloud, conjoined, and supporting a flaming 
heart ppr. 

Caningie, or, au eagle, displayed, az. holding iu 
his dexter paw, a rose, slipped, in pale, ppr. 

Carnagie, or, an eagle, displayed, az. beaked, 
armed, and membered sa. within a bordure gu. 

— Cre.st, a demi leopard Supporters, 

two leopards 

Carnagie, [Scotland.] The same arms, within a 

bordure per pale, gu. and ar. charged with eight 

escallops counterchanged. 
Carne, [Nash and Weiiny, Glamorganshire,] gu. 

a pelican in her nest, with wings displayed, feed- 
ing her young or, vuhied ppr. 
Carnes, [Scotland,] gu, three martlets, within a 

bordure or. 
Carne J. L, ar. tlu-ee bends sa, on a canton of the 

second, a castle of the first. 
Carnell, [Yorkshire,] ar. three bends wavy sa. on 

a canton of the last, a tower, triple-towered of 

the first. — Crest, an arm, emboM'cd, iu annour, 

holding a sword, all ppr. 
Carnell, [Kent,] ar. a bend sinister, coftised sa. 

on a canton of the last, a castle of the second. 
Carnerd, [Suffolk,] az. a fesse, betw. tliree chev. 

or. 
Carnesii, or Garnesh, [Suflblk,] ar. a chev. 

az. betw. three escallops sa. 
Carney, ar. a chev. betvr. three bugle-horns, 

stringed sa. 
Carnon, per pale, ar. and gu, four piles, wavy, 

conjoined in base, counterchanged, 
Carnus, [Astwitt, Westmoreland,] quarterly, 

ar. and sa. on a bend gu. three martlets of the 

first. 
Caronges, barry of six, ar. and az. two leopards 

or. 
Caronges, bendy of six, az. and ar. a sword in 

fesse of the last, hilt and pomel or, betw. two 

lioiis, counterpassaiit, gold. 
Caroone, [Surrey,] ar. a bend sinister az. semee 

of fleurs-de-Us bendways dexter or. 
Carpenukr, [London,] az. two bars or, in cliief 



CAR 

\liree cross crosslets of tho second. — Crest, a 

stag's head ai-. vitli two \vinj:;s, endorsed, az. 
<JaiU'ENTER, [Somerselsliire,] vert, an escalloj) 

ar. betw. tvo pales or. — Crest, a snail, passant, 

ppr. tlie shell on bis back ar. [Grauled, 1GG3.] 
Carpenter, [London, Herefordshire, and Kent,] 

paly of six, ar. and ru. on a cliev. az. three 

cross crosslets or. — Crest, a sphere or, iu a 

frame sa. 
Car])enfer, [Surrey,] ar. a greyhoimd, passant, 
■ and chief sa. — Crest, a greyhound's head, erased, 

per fesse, sa. and ar. [^Granted to William 

Carpenter, of Cohliam, Surreij, Esq. 4th Marcli, 

1GIJ3.] 
Carpenter, [Bai-badoes,] paly of six, ar. and gu. 

on a chev. sa. three ])lates, each charged with a 
. cross, pattce, gu. — Crest, a deini lion, rampajit, 

gu. ducally crowned or, collared sa. [Granted 

in Ireland, IQth June, 1C47.] 
Carpenter. The same arms. — Cresl, a church 

ppr. [Granted, ]GG1.] 
Carpenter, per pale indented az. ajul sa. three 

eagles, displayed, or. — Crest, a falcon, vith 

wings expanded ai'.bcided, legged, and belled or. 
Carjyenier, or, an eagle, displayed, sa.— Crest, a 

dexter arm embowed in armour, holding in tlie 

Land ppr. a hammer or. [Borne hy 

Carpenter, Esq. 1824.] 
Carr, ar. on a bend sa. three boars' heads, eiased, 

or, in base a Cornish chough ppr. — Crest, a 

lion's head, erased, or. 
Carr, gu. a chev. ar. charged with three mullets 

of the field, iu the chief quarter, a lion, passaiit, 

or. 
Carr, [Sleaford, Lincolnshire, and of Lancashire,] 

gu. on a chev. or, three estoiles sa. — Crest, a 

stag's head ar. charged with two bars gemelles 

gTi. attii-ed or. 
Carr, or Carre, [Northumberland,] gu. on a chev. 

ar. three estoiles sa. — Crest, a stag's head, 

erased, ppr. (Anof/ier, couped.) 
Carr, [Scotland,] gu. on a chev. ar. three mullets sa. 
Carr, or Carre, [York aiul Bristol.] The same. 
Carr, [Bristol,] gu, on a chev. ar. three estoiles 

sa. in chief a martlet or, charged with a crescent 

sa. — Crest, a stag's head ar. attired or, gorged 

with two bars gu. betw. the bars, a martlet, as 

in the arms. 
Carr, [Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire,] ar. on a 

bend, betw. three Cornish choughs sa. three 

leopards' heads of the field. 
('arr, ar. on a chev. sa. three roses of the field. 
Carr, gu. on a che^ . ar. betw. tiiree bucks' heads 

erased or, as many mullets of the field.— Crest, 

a dexter arm, erect, couped below the wrist, 

I'pr. holdings dagger ar. hilt and pomel, or. 



CAR 

Carre, [Viscount Rochester.] az. on a chev. ar. 
three mullets pierced gu. in the dexter corner a 
Hon, passant, guardant, or. 

Carre, [Earl of Somerset,] gu. on a chev. ar. 
three estoiles, in the dexter comer, a lion, pas- 
sant, guardant, or. 

CARRA^T, [Somerselsliirc,] ar. three hurts, each 
charged with as many chev. gu. 

Carri'LL, [Hading, Sussex,] ar. three bars, and 
as many nsartlels in chief sa. — Crest, on a nioiiiit 
vert, a stag, lodged, reguardant, ar. attired or. 

Carrell, [London,] gu. six martlets, three, two, 
and one, ar. 

Carrell, [London,] ar. on a cross, eiigr. gu. betw. 
two roses, one in the dexter chief point, and one 
in the sinister base point, and tAvo gTiliins' heads, 
erased, in the other points gu. five martlets or. 

Carrell, or Carril, [Sussex and Kent,] ar. on a 
bend sa. a rose, betw. two griflins' heads or, 
witliin a bordure, engi-. az. — Crest, a lion's head, 
erased, vert, winged ar. and sit. on the neck, 
two bends or. 

Carrell, bendy, ar. and sa. on a canton of the 
second, a castle of the first, 

Carrell, or, a cross, patonce, gu. 

Carrell, ar. on a bend sa. a rose, betw. two 
griflins' heads or. 

Carrell, jier bend ar. and sa. on a canton gu. a 
hou, rampant, guardant, or, within a bordure 
counterchanged. 

Carrell, [Waruham, Sussex,] ar. three bars sa. in 
chief as many martlets of the second. — Crest, 
on a mount vert, an ibex ar. maned and horned 
or. ( Another crest, a tiger, sejant, vert, maned 
and tufted or.) 

Carrell, gu. a lion, rampant, ar. Avithin a bordure, 
engr. and gobony ar. and sa. 

Carell, sa. tlu-ec bends ar. in chief a castle of the 
second. 

Careill, or, a cro.ss, forraee, gn. 

Careill, ar. three bars, IuHav. as many nuu-tkts sa. 

Carroll, [Ireland,] ai-. two lions, combatant gu. 
supporting a sword ar. hilt and pomel or. — 
Crest, on the stump of an oak, sprouting new 
branches ppr. a hawk of the last, belled or. 
[Borne by William Carroll, Esq. 18-24.] 

Carrktt, or Caret, or, on a chief indented sa. 
three roses ar. 

Cakr.ICK, or, a chev. gu. 

Carrick, [Gloucestershue,] or, a fesse dancettee, 
betw. three talbots, passant, sa. — Crest, an 
ostrich ar. beaked and legged or, holding- in the 
mouth a broken spear of the last, headed of the 
first. 

Carrick, sa. three roses ar. leaved vert. 

Carrick: See Karrickk. . 



CAR 

Carrique, an. tlirec cinquefoils or. 

Karrick. The same. 

Currykc, [Lf Coiiile do,] ar. six lions, runipaut, 
g-n. tluce, two, nml one. 

Carridgk, [LoiiJou,] sa. on a pile ar. a spear- 
liook of the ikid.- — Crest, on a mount vert, a 
spear-hook sa. 

Cakrii:u, [Wirksworfh, Derbyshire,] sa. a bend, 
befv,'. three spcm-s' heads ar. 

Carrier, sa. a chev. erm. bet\^-. three cross cross- 
lets ar. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a 
dragoon's head vert. \_Borne hij William Car- 
rier, Esq. of Gosporl, Honls.] 

Carrier, sa. a bend or, betw. tlirec half-spears ar. 

Cari/ei-, az. a pelican, viilning herself gu. bet^v. 
eight fleurs-de-lis ar. — Crest, a dove, Viings ele- 
vated ar. membered gu. bearing an olive-brancli 
ppr. all mthin a circle of glory, rayouue or. 

Carrington, [Carriugton, Cheshire,] sa. on a 
bend ar. three lozenges of the first. — Crest, a 
unicorn's head ar. armed, and crested or. 

Carrington, [Vv^arvrickshirc,] ar. a cross gu. betw. 
fovu' peacocks az. — Crest, a peacock's head, 
erased ppr. ducally gorged or. 

Carrinc/lon, [Cheshire,] ar. on a bend sa. three 
lozenges of the field. 

Carrington, or Carington, [Sponlon, Yorkshire,] 
sa. on a bend ar. three lozenges of the field. — 
Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a unicorn's 
head sa. 

Carrington, [Spoiiton, Yorkshire,] gu. a fesse, 
betw. three CcU't-wheels or. 

Carrington, gu. a fesse, belv,-. tluee catharine- 
wheels ar. 

Carron, gu. a chief or. 

Carron, gu. a chev. betw. three escallops ar. 

Carrone, ar. a bend az. seniee of fleurs-de-lis or. 

Carruthers, or Carutiier.s, [Scotland,] gu, 
two chev. engr. betv/. tluee fleurs-de-lis or. — 
Crest, a seraphim, volant, ppr. (Another crest, 
a cherub's head, betw. three pair of wings ppr.) 

Carruthers, [Isle of Annaudale,] gu. two chev. 
engr. betw. three fleurs-de-lis or, within a bor- 
dure ai'.— Crest, a cherub ppr. 

Causacke,Carselack.e,07-Carselack, ar. a 
bull's head, erased, sa. 

Carse, [Scotland,] ar. on a saltier vert, betw. 
four cross crosslots, fitchee, gu. five crescents of 
the field. 

Carse, [Scotlaud,] az. a fesse, engr. betw. two 
mullets in chiuf, and a crescent in base, within 
a bordure, engr. or. 

Carset, [Devoi),] gu. a bend or, betw. six Ijc- 
zants. 

Carsev, [Dykelborough, Norfolk,] gu. a bend, 
engr. ar. betw. six bezants.— Crest, a liand and 



C A R 

arm, couped at the elbow, and erect, vested az. 

pulTed and cufled ar. holding in the hand, a 

branch of gillytlowers all pj)r. " 
Carseij, [Lincolnshire,] j)er saltier, az. and or, a 

fesse gu. 
Car^i.st, gu. a bend ar. betw. three bezants. 
Carslake, [Devon,] ar. a bull's head, erased, sa. 
Carslake, trr. three bulls' heads, erased, sa. 
Carselake, ar. a bidl's head erased sa. armed or. 
Carstak, or Carslake, [Devon,] ar. a mullet 

betw. three trefoils, slipped, vert. 
Carston, or, on a bend sa. three cross crosslets, 

fitchee, ar. 
Carswell, ar. two bars sa. voided of the field. 
Carswell, [Stafibrdshire,] sa. three bars gemelles ar. 
Carswell, or, fretty gu. a fesse erm. 
Carswell, az. fretty ar. a fesse gu. 
Carswell, [Devon,] sa. a bend or, a label of five 

points ar. 
Carcsv:ell, ar. two bars gemelles sa. -(Another, 

three bars.) 
Carc.mell, sa. three bars gemelles ar. 
Carswill, [Devonshire,] sa. a bend or, over all, a 

label of five points 

Cart, [London, and Dunstable, Bedfordshire,] 

ar. a saltier gu. betw. four pahn-trees erased 

vert. 
Cart, sa. a stag's head, cabossed, or, an cstoile 

for difi'erence. 
Cart, ar. a stag's head, cabossed, betv.'. the horns, 

an cstoile gu. 
Cartaret, quarterly, first and fourth gu. four 

fusils, in fesse, ar. ; second and third az. nine 

billets, three, three, two, and one, or'. — Crest, a 

squirrel, sejant, gu. cracking a nut pjir. on a 

branch of lamel, springing up before him \CTt. 

Supporters, two stags winged gu. attired ppr. 

[Borne hj Captain Philip Cartaret, R.N. of 

Gueriiseg, 1SI4.] 
Cartauike, ar. on a fesse, engr. sa. three roses 

of the field. 
Carter, ar. on a chev. betw. three cathariue- 

v, heels sa. as many cinquefoils of the fisrt. 
Carter, [Yorkshire,] sa. a talbot, passaat, or, in 

cliief, three buckles ar. — Crest, out of a mural 

coronet ar. a dcnii monkey ppv. 
Carter, [Massington, Xorthumberland,] gu. a cross 

flory or, on a chief az. tlu-ce round buckles of 

tlie second. — Crest, a talbot's liead ar. 
Carter, [London,] ar. a chev. betw. three cart- 

v. lieels vert. — Crest, on a mount vert, a grey- 
hound, sejant, ar. sustaining a shield of the lasl, 

clurrged with a cart-Mlieel of the tirst. [Granted. 

lGli.\] 
Carter, [London,] sa. a chev. erm. betw. three 

fishes haurient ar. 



CAR 

(Jarler, [St. Cullmiibe, Coniv.all,] az. two lions, 
rampant, combatant, or. — Crest, a lion's IiclicI, 
erased, or. (Another crest, on a mural coronet 
sa. a talbot, passant, ar.) 

Curler, sa. two lions, rampant, combatant, or. 

Carter, quarterly, ar. and az. a cross counttr- 
clianged, a bordure sa. — Crest, on a wrcalb, a 
dexter arm, in armour, emboved, p))r. holdinpj 
in the hand a roll of pa])er. [Borne btj the late 
John Carter, Ksq. of Jiudijcbury, Goudhnrst, 
Kent, whose widoio was there living, 182;3.] 

CaRTERI^t, [Hawnes, Bedl^crdshire,] gii. four 
fusils in fesse ar. — Crest, on a mount vert, a 
squiiTel, sejant, ppr. 

C.^RTERICK, ar. on a fesse, engr. sa. three 
cinquefoils of the field. 

Carthiew, ar. a cliev. gu. bctw. three ducks 
ppr. — Crest, a duck ppr. 

Carthoupe. See Calthokpe. 

Cartiiuze, gu. a bend ar. betw. six billets of (he 
second. 

Cartiles, [Northumberland,] or, on a chev. sa. 
betw. three Cornish choughs ppr. as manyestoiles 
of the field. 

Cartington, gu. a fesse, betw. three catharinc- 
wheels or. 

Cartwright, [Nottinghamshire,] erm. a fesse 
sa. bctw. three fire-balls of the second, flames 
ppr. — Crest, a wolf's head, erased, or, pierced 
through the neck with a sword-blade ar. broken 
ofl^ at the hilt. 

Cartwrif/ht, [London,] or, a fesse, embattled, 
betw. tliree cathai'iue-wheels sa. — Crest, a grif- 
fin's head, erased, or, pierced through with a 
sword ar. hilt of the first. 

Cartwric/hf, ar. on a fesse eugT. sa. three roses of 
the field. 

Cartwri(/ht, [London, and Washborue, Glouces- 
tershire,] or, on a fesse embattled, betw. three 
cart-wheels sa. an estoile of the field, a martlet 
for diflerence. — Crest, a griflin's head, erased, 
or, pierced through with a lance, broken in the 
middle, vulned gu. 

Cartwric/hf, ar. on a fesse az. two catharine- 
wheels of the first. — Crest, a lion's head ar. 
charged on the neck with a calharine-v.hecl sa. 

CnTticrir/ht, [Scotland,] az. a comet in the dexter 
chief point, rays in bend or. 

Cartwrif/ht, or, a fesse embattled, betw. three 
cart-wlieels sa. [Granted to Timothy Cari- 
^■ri'jht, of Washlorne, in Gloucestershire, Esq. 

^■i^'^lh May, in the 15th of James J.] 

^ '^>lnrir/ht, [Derby,] per chev. or and az. three 
!*elicans couuterchajiged, vulning' themselves 
I'pi-. 



C A R 

Carvell, quarterly, or and vert, on the first and 
fourth a tower, triple towered sa. 

Carved, g>i. a chev. bctw. tliree leopards' fiu-cs or. 

Curvcll, ar. three bendlets sa. on a canton of the 
last, a tower, triple towered, of the first. 

Carvile, [Ik'rwick-upon-Tv.eed,] ar. three bends 
sa. (and for services in Scotland) on a canton 
vert, a castle ar. on five ppr. — Crest, an arm. 
embowed, in nrraour ])pr. ;';'aruished or, holding 
in hand ppr. a sword ar. hilt and i)omel or. 

Carvill, gu. a chev. or, betw. three leopfirds' 
heads ar. — Crest, a goat, passant, sa. attired or. 

CARVENi;rjL, ar. fretty gu. on a chief, per chief 
ar. and iiz. in chief three leopards' heads of the 
second, and in base as many cross crosslets cf 
the first. 

Carveny, [Warwickshire,] gu. a fesse erm. 
betw. two chev. or. 

Carver, ar. on a chev. sa. a fleur-de-lis or. — 
Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a Saracen's 
head, couped, at the slioulders ppr. 

Caru.S, [Jveudal, Westmorland,] az. on a chev. 
betw. nine cinquefoils ar. three mullets gu. — 
Crest, an eagle, with wngs expanded sa. beak- 
ed and legged or, charged on the breast with a 
ciiiquefoil ar. 

Carwarbine, [Carwardine, Hercfordsliire,] sa. 
a hand-bow, in bend betw. two pheons ar. — 
Crest, a wolf, passant, ar. in the mouth an arrow 
sa. e?nbrued gu. 

Carivell, or Carvelt, gu. a chev. or, betw. three 
leojiards' lieads ar. 

Carvell, or Carewell, sa. three chev. ar. 

Carwell, [Norfolk,] ar. a fesse, betw. three fleurs- 
de-lis gu. 

CarweU, gu. a chev. bctw. three leopard.?' heads or. 

Carwell, ar. a fesse engr. az. betw. three llcurs- 
de-lis gu. 

Carivell, ar. a fesse az. betw. three fleurs-de-lis gu. 

Carwitham, ar. a flGTu--de-lis gu. 

Carwythyan, [Devon.] The same, within a 
bordnre engr. of the second. 

Garwood, or Carvewoot), per fesse sa. and 
ar. on the first, a demi man ])pr. holding in his 
dexter hand a sword, paleways and in the sinis- 
ter, a carpenter's ax, all ppr. and in base, the 
branch of an oak tree acorncd, vert. 

Gary. See Carey. 

Caryer, az. a pelican, with wings expanded ar. 
vulned ppr. Anthin an orle of fleurs-de-lis of the 
second. [Granted to Benjamin Caryer, J).D. 
Prebendary of Cantcrhurij Chapel, by Styur, 
Garter, tl'Jlh Jvnc, 10th Jn?nes J.] 

Garyi.l, ar. three bars sa. on the uppermost 
two, the loAver one, martlet of the first. 



CAS 

CaRYSKT, gii. a bciid ar. betw. six bezants. 
CasamaJOIJ, quarterly, gu. and ar. in the first 

and fourth fjtunters a lion, rampant, or, in the 

second and third a crescent gu. 
Cassamajor, sa. a lion, rampant, ar. — Crest, a lion, 

as in the arms. 
Ca.Sukt, or Cashot, or, a fret gu. on a ctuiton 

of the second, a lion, passant, of the first. 
Casbet, or Casbol, or, a fret gu. Avithin a bordme 

eugr. sa. 
CASiiKRD, per pale, az. and gu. a fesse nebulee 

ar. betw. three lions' heads, erased, or. [Barne 

by Uoherl Matthew Casherd, of the iMiddle 

Temple, London, R^q. 1824.] 
Caseisoiini;, [Caseborue, Kent,] sa. two chev. 

betw. three martlets or. 
Cashall, cliequy, or and gu. a chief crm. 
Ca.SIIINK, [Groan, Queen's County, Ireland,] or, 

three piles gu. on a chief of the second, a lion, 

passant, ar. — Crest, an arm, holding a sword in 

an oak bush all ppr. [Granted in Ireland, 

26th Juhj, 1G28.] 
Casiiire, [Norfolk,] gu. a chev. engr. erm. on 

a chief or, three fleurs-de-lis sa. 
Casier, or Cazier, [London, descended from 

Flanders,] az. a chev. betM'. three swans ar. 

beaked and membered sa. 
Casi.yworth, 0)- Castellyn, gu. on abend 

ar. three castles sa. 
C,\SNETO, [Coventry,] az. semee de e.stoilcs or, 

two lions, passant, in pale of the second. 
Cason, [Staple Slordcn, Cambridgeshire, and 

Herts,] ar. a chev. sa. betw. three horses' heads, 

erased, gu. — Crest, a cubit arm vested purp. 

cuff ar. in the hand a firelock all ])pr. 
Cass, [Hackney, Middlesex,] ar. on a chev. sa. 

cottised gu. three fountains jjpr. 
C.^SSAt, az. a castle or. 
Casshk, ar. on a chev. sa. three fountains. 
Cassill, or CaSSYLL, gu. a lozenge, flory at 

the points or. 
Cassill, gu. three fusils crowned or. 
Ca.SSY, ar. on a bend gu. three roses or. 
Cassy,, or Casse, [Gloucestershire,] ar. a chev. 

betw. three hawks' lieads, erased, gu. (Another, 

grifiins heads.) 
Cassij, az. a chev. betw. three griffins' heads, 
■ erased, or. 
Cussy, ar. on a bend gu. three roinid buckles or, 

tongues pendent.— Crest, an eagle displayed. 

with two heads, vert. 
Casye, or Bassy, [Worcestershire,] ar. on a bend 

gu. three buckles or. 
Casye, az. a chev. ar. betv'. three bitterns' heads, 

erased or. C Another, falcons' heads.) 
Castelhull. See Castleuii.l. 



CAS 

Casteliot, az. on a chev. betw. three lozenges 

or, two mullets, pierced, gu. 
Castell, [East Hatley, Cambridgeshire,] az. on 

a bend ar. three towers, triple- towered sa. pnr- 

fled or.- — Crest, a tower, as in the arms. 
Caste//, [Cambridgeshire,] ar. three towers, triple- 
towered, gu. — CresI, atower, ar. fiamant on the 

top, ])]ir. 
Castell, [Ravington, Norfolk,] ar. three towers, gu. 

— Crest, a dragon's head, coupcd at the neck,gu. 
Castell, [Cuniljerland Devon,] ar. three castles gu. 
Castell, [Ireland,] or, on a pale sa. betw. six 

ogresses, a tower, triple-towered, ar. — Crest, on 

a tower, triple-towered, ar. an arm, armed and 

erect, in the liand an ogress, all ppr. 
Castell, [llerks,] gu. two bars ar. on a cjuaiter of 

the second, a castle sa. 
Castell, vair, three bars gu. 
Castell, az. on a bend ar. tlu-ee castles sa. 
Castell, gu. three bars vair. C Another, two bars.) 
Castell, [Warwickshire,] gu. three castles or. 
Castell, gu. three castles ar. 
Castell, gu. three castles or. 
Castell, gu. two bars ar. on a canton of the last, n 

tower, triple-towered, sa. 
Castle, ar, a tower, triple-towered, sa. 
Castle, ar. two chev. betw. three castles, gu. 
Casteller, Casteler, or Castler, ar. a 

fesse, engr. betw. three Catharine wheels, sa. 
Castelline, [Dorsetshire,] sa. three castles ar. 
Caslelline, gu. on a bend or, three castles sa. 
C.\STEI,ock, gu. semee of cross crosslets or, a 

castle ar. [Granted to John Casieluck, of 

Fevcrsham, Kent, Amjitst 10, 1G14.] 
Castelyn, sa. a cross engr. ar. 
Caslelyn. The same, within a bordure or, cliarged 

with eight towers, gu. 
Caster, [Norfolk,] ar. three bars gemelles, gu. 
Caster, [Norfolk,] sa. an eagle, displayed, harry 

of six, ar. and gu. 
Caster, [Norfolk,] gu. a chev. betw. three eagles, 

displayed, ar. ■« 

Casier, sa. a lion, ramjiant, barry of eight, ar. and 

gu. 
Caster, gn. a chev. betw. three buckles or. 
Caster, sa. an eagle, di.splaycd, ar. over all four 

bars gu. 
Casier, sa. an eagle, displayed, ar. charged with 

three bars gomelles gu. 
Caster, gu. a chev. betw. three buckles lozcngy, 

or. 
Casier, gn. a che\'. ar. betw. three round buckles, 

or. 
Caster, az. an eagle, displayed, ar. charged on tiie 

body with aa escocheon, gu. thereon a leopard's 

face or. , 



CAS 

Castre, [Norfolk,] barry of ar. and gu. an 

e;ig;le, displayed, sa. -n 

Caslre, nr. an eagle, displayed, barry ar. and gu. 

Castre, [Norfolk, sa. an eagle, displayed, barry 
ar. and gu. 

Castor. 'l'L(^ same. 

Castkrton, ar. four lozenges gu. each charged 
with an annulet or. 

Caijstcrton, or, four lozenges gu. on each an 
annulet of the field. 

Caysterton, ar. four fusils in fcssc gu. on each an 
annulet or. 

Casiimon, gii. two towers, triple-towered, dex- 
ter bendways, and as many lions, rampant, sinister 
bendways or. 

CustiUon, [Benhall A^illeuce, Berks,] gu. a lion, 
rampant, ar. a castle in the dexter point or. 

CasliUon, [Italy,] gu. out of a tower ar. a demi 
lion, rampant, or, a canton of the second. 

Castle. See Castell. 

Castleco.mbe, per pale, &a. and az. on a saltier, 
betw. three towers ar. with one tower on the 
sijjister comer, and bursting with flames ppr. on 
the dexter side one in chief, two in fesse, and 
U\o tilting spears in saltier or, headed ar. in base 
five moorcocks sa. combed and wattled gu. — 
Crest, an arm, ombowed at the elbow, in armour, 
garnished or, liokliug in the hand a pistol, all 
I'Pr. 

Casllecomhe, ar. a fret gu. on a canton of the 
second, a tion, passant, or. 

Ca.Stleeord, nr. a cliev. betw. three castles gu. 

Castkford, [Wypershall, Yorkshire,] per fesse 
sa. and barry wavy of eight, ar. and az. over all 
a square castle, towered at each comer ar. 

Castleford, ar. a cliev. betw. three towers, triple- 
towered gu. 

Ci75<c//'o;y?, [Essex,] az. achev. betw. three castles 
ar. 

Castelford, ar. on a fesse gu. three castles or. 

CASTLEiilLL.az. on a chev, betw. three fusils or, 
as many fusils gu. 

Casllehill, az. on. a chev. betw. tin-ee lozenges or, 
as manv mullets gu. 

Castdliuil, or Castleliull. The same, the mullets 
being pierced. 

Caslelhitll, az. on a chev. betw. three fusils or, as 
many mullets sa. 

Castleline, gu. on a saltier, engr. or, five tor- 
toauxes, a chief enn. 

Ca.'^tlelock, [Fevershara, Kent,] pi. semec de 

cross crosslets or, a ciistle ar. masoned sa. — 

Crest, out of a nuiral crown, ar. a demi griliin, 

S'-greant, ses ailes or, holding in his talon a cross 

_ crosslet, fitchee, of the lust. 

Casi'leman, az. on a mount vert, a tower or. 



CAT 

Castleton, or CASTEi/roN, [Suffolk,] az. on 

a bend or, tlireo lampreys of the field. 
Casflcion, [Suflolk, Surrey, and Lincolnshire,] az. 

on a bend or, three adders nowed vert. — Crest, 

a dragon's head, betw. two dragons' wings, ex- 
panded, gu. 
Castl'^ N, gu. on a bend or, three castles sa. 
Castlyn, gu. on a bend ar. tiiree castles of the 

tield. 
Castlyn, az. on a bend or, three castle.s sa. 
Castlyn, or Chastelyn, gii. on a bend or, tiiree 

towers sa. each charged with another at the top. 
Caston, ar. a chev. betw. three wolves' heads, 

erased, gu. 
Castoii, [Sult'oik and Cambridgeshire,] ar. on a 

bend sa. three cross crosslets, litcheo, of tiie 

field. 
CastoH, [Norfolk,] gu. a chev. betw. three eagles, 

displayed, ar. 
Caston, az. a fesse wavy, erm. betw. three crosses, 

fonnee, fitchee, or. 
Caslon, gu. three eagles, displayed, ar. 
Caston, az. a fesse nebulee erm. betw. three crosses 

fonnee or. 
Caston, az. a fesse nebulco erm. betw. three 

crosses pattee, fitchee, or. 
Castor, ? r, ^ 
Castre!^ See Caster. 

Castyworth, gu. on a bend or, three towers, sa. 

Casweli,, [liampton-Court and Loudon,] ar. 
tlu-ee bars gemelles sa. — Crest, a dexter arm, 
coujjed at the shoulder in mail, holding in the 
hand ppr. a cross crosslet, fitchee, or. 

Casvxll, [Middlesex.] The same arms. — Crest, 
an arm, enibowed, in armour, grasping a broken 
speai-, all pjir. 

Catcjier, per fesse, sa. and gu. an eagle, dis- 
played, erm. ducally gorged or. — Cresf, out of 
a ducal coronet, a demi leopard ar. collai-ed and 
lined or. 

Catcher, [Lincolnshire,] az. a chev. betw. six es- 
callops ar. in chief tiiree and two, in base oxie. 

Catciipool. See Knatchball. 

C.vtchI'OLE, or, two cubit arms, issuing from 
the dexter and sinister base points, habited gu. 
and grasping tlie pole or head of a hart, ca- 
bossed, in fesse, sa. with a raven perched there- 
ujion, betw. three horns ppr. . . 

Categny, gu. three garbs ar. 

Catefjuy, gu. three bars ar. 

Catenha.m, gii. three bars dancettee enn. 

Ca-ienys, Cateni.s, or Catn);S, r,a. two bars 
or, on a chief of the second, an eagle, dis- 
played, of the first. 

Cdlenys, barry of six, sa. and or, on a chief of 
the second, an eagle, displayed, of the first. 
[ Z] 



CAT 

Cater, [Ussington, Berkstiire,] crni. on a liou, 
pnssaiit, or. — Cit-st, a lion's head, erased, ban y 
of six, or and az. 

Cater, [Loudon, Ijeicestcrsliire, Berkshire, and 
Hunlingdonsliire,] sa. a cbev. erm. betw. three 
salmons, haurient, ar. — Crest, a deiiii griflin, ar. 
beaked and legged gii. [Granted by Cook, 
15S2, to Curnelius Cater, of London.] 

Cater, [London,] sa. a cbev. erm. betw. three 
pikes ar. — Crest, a demi griflin, gu. 

Caior,eTm. on a pile gu. a liou, passant, guardant, 
or. — Crest, a Con's head, erased, or, collared 
with a bar gemcl az. 

Cateuall, or Catthrali,, [^Yest Wilton, 
Yorkshire^ az. three mascles or, over all a 
bend gu. 

Caferall, or Cathcrall, [Lancashire,] az. three 
mascles or. — Crest, a cat, passant, or. 

Caferall, [Lancashire,] ai. a griffin, segTsant, gu. 
beaked and legged or. 

Caferall, [Milton,] erm. on a fesse gu. three an- 
nulets ar. 

Caterall, [Ilorton, Cheshire,] az. a lion, passant, 
betw. three mascles or.- -Crest, on a chapeau, 
az. turned up erm. a cat, passant, ppr. 

Caterall, or Cathcrall, [Lancashire and Cheshire,] 
az. three lozenges or.— Crest, a cat, passant, 
guardant, ]ipr. 

Cathrall, [Lincolnshire,] az. three fusils ar. 

Cateryke. See Catricke. 

Catesbury, [Leicestershire,] gu. a fesse vaire, 
or and az. betw. three goats' heads ar. 

Catesbury, [Hertfordshire,] gu. a fesse vaire, or 
and az. 

Catesby, [Whiston, Northamptonshire,] ar. two 
lions, passant, guardant, sa. crowned or. — Crest, 
a leopjird, passant, guardant, ar. pellet. (An- 
other, a lion, passant, guardant, sa. crowned or.) 

Catesby, [Ilaudracad, Euckinghamshire,] ar. two 
lions, passant, sa. crowned or. — Crest, a lion, 

^ passant, sa. crowned or. 

Catcshi/, [Althorpe-Hinton and Ashby-Legers, 
Northamptonshire.] The same arms.- — Crest, an 
antelope's head, conped, ar. betw. the attires or, 
two battle-axes, erect, ppr. 

Calfesby, ar. a lion, ramjjant, guardant, gu. 

CaiUby, [Warwickshire,] ar. two lions, passant, 
guardant, sa. crowned or, within a bordure, 
engr. gu. 

Catesiiale, az, on a chev. betw. three lozenges 
or, as many mullets gu. 

CA'i'iiCART, ar. three cresceut.s az. betw. the 

horns of each a cross crosslet, fitchee, of the 

last, in chief a human heart gu.- — Crest, a cubit 

■ arm, erect, holding a human heart betw. two 

oak branches, disposed orleways, surmouatcd by 



CAT 

a regal crown, all ppr. Supporters, on the dex- 
ter, a lion, ram])ant, gu. on the sinister, a wild 
man, ])|)r. wreadied about the middle vert. 
[Jiorne by Sir John Andrew Cat heart, Bart, 
anno 1797.] 

Calhcarl, [Scotland,] az. three cross crosslets, 
fitclKjc, issuing out of as many crescents an— - 
Crest, a hand, issuing out of a wreath, holding 
up a crescent, ar. Supporters, two parrots, ppr. 

Cathcart, [Scotland,] az. three crescents ar. 

Cathcart, [Carleton, Scotland.] The same arms, 
with a man's heart in the centre for diflercnce. 

Cathcart, [Carbiston, Scotland.] The same, with 
the heart iii the collar point, ensigned with an 
imperial crown ppr. 

Catherike, ar. a chev. betw. tlu-ee cats, passant, 

Catheryke, or Cafryke, sa. a chev. betw. three 
cats ar. 

Cafryke, or Cateryke, [Stanwigg, Yorkshire,] ar. 
on a fesse, eugr. sa. three quatrefoi's or. 

Catherens, or, on a pale az. an eagle, displayed, 
of the field. — Crest, a griflin or, pcllettee. " 

Catiiakne, vert, a ciuquefoil ar. on a chief az. 
a cat, couchant, of the second. 

Calhernes, or Catherines, [Warwickshire and Mid- 
dlesex,] or, on a pale az. an eagle, displayed, of 
the field.— Crest, a gTiflin, or, pellettee sa. 
[Granted to Thomas Catherens, of Clyfton, in 
Warwickshire, November 1.5, 1572.] 

Catiierstone, [Devon,] ar. on a fesse sa. betv,-. 
three leures gu. as many leopards' heads of the 
field. - •' . ' 

CATHKOrE, or, a bend az. 

Catlin, [Kent,] per chev. or and az. three lions, 
passant, gUivrdant, ia pale, counterc.hanged. — 
Crest, a lion, sejant, guardant, or, betw. two 
wings, endorsed, harry of six, or and az. 

Catlin, or Callyn, [Bedfordshire, and Rand, 
Northamptonshire,] ])er chev. az. and or, three 
lions, passant, guardant, in pale coxmterclumged, 
a chief, ar. — Crest, a leopard's head, couped at 
the neck, and reguardant, ar. ducally collai-ed 
and lined or. 

Cailyn. The same arms. 

Catlyn, or ^ per jiale, az. and or, three lions, pas- 

Catlync, $ sant, guardant, counterchonged, with 
a bordure ar. 

Catricke, o;- ^ar. on a fesse cngr, sa. three 

Catryke, 5 qualrefoils, or. 

Cateryke, ar. on a fesse cngr. gn. three quatre- 
foils of the first. 

Cateryke, ar. on a fesse engr. sa. tlu-ee cinqucfoils.' 
of the first. 

Caltricke, sa. a chev. betw, three cats, passant, 



C A V 

Cx'TT, ar. three' cats, passajit, .sa. 

Call, ar. two cats, passant, gu. 

Calf, ar. two cats, passant, sa. 

Catie, ar. a lion, passant, giiardant, gu. 

C.V'rTl-.E, [Lancashire,] gu. three escallops or, on 

a chief ar. a wolf, passant, sa. — Crest, a wolf's 

head, az. 
Catton, gu. two cats, passant, ar. 
Cation, sa. a bend or, betw. three owls, ar. meni- 

liered of the secoud. 
Cation, az. a bend engT. or, betw. three tuns, 

hing fesseways of the last, on each an owl, ar. 
Cation, sa. a bend cugr. or, betw. three owls, 

Gattyffe, Cattiff, or Catife, az. a chev. 
betw. three crescents or. 

Catavorth, [Loudon,] emi. three piles sa. on a 
canton ar. a fleur-de-lis az. 

Catuorth, [Sir Thomas, Loid Slayor of Loudon, 
1-143,] erm. three piles sa. on a canton or, a 
fleur-de-lis az. 

Cat worth, or, three piles sa. ou a cautou of the 
first, a fleur-de-lis az. 

Catzius, ar. a rose gu. seeded or, barbed vert. 
— Crest, an cstoile or, Avithiu a garland of 
laurel, vert. 

CaI'LFIELd, barpi' often, ar. and gu. on a can- 
ton of the last, a lion passant, guardant, or. — 
Crest, a dragon's head, erased, gorged with a 
bar geuiel, ar. 

Caa ALIER, az. a pegasus rani])ant, or, on his 
breast a cinqucfoil gu. v.ithiii a bordure, gobon- 
ated, ar. and vert. — Crest, a horse's head, 
coupcd sa. armed and bridled or, on his head a 
plume of feathers, ar. and gii. ou his forehead a 
spike of the last. 

Ca\ ANAG}i, az. a lion, passant, betw. three cres- 
cents ar.- — Crest, out of a ci-escent ar. a garb or. 

Cavaiuif/7i, [Ireland,] ar. a lion, passant, and in 
base two crescents gu. 

Caa E, [Leicestershire,] az. frefty of eight pieces 
ar. on a fesse or, a greyhouud in full course sa. 
witliin a bordure of the "third, pelletlec. — Crest, 
out of a flower, ar. sta'l<cd and leaved vert, a 
greyhound's head, jier pale, erm. and ermines. 

Cave, [Northamptoasliire.] The same without a 
bordure. 

Cave, harry of six, 'or and az. on a bend engr. sa. 
cottised gu. three escallops of the first. 

Cave. [Stamford, Lincolnshire, and of Buggra^e, 
Leicestershire,] az. fretty r.r.- — Crest, a grey- 
hound, couraTit, nr. 

Cave, [Yorkshire,] az. fretty ar. a fesse gu. 

(''ave, ;iz. fretty ar. a chief gu. 

Cnve, [Kent,] az. fretty ar. 

Cavel, 07- Locavel, gu. three rolls of parch- 



C AW 

ment ppr. (Another, sails.) — Crest, a unicorn, 
sejant, ar. 

Cavcl/, [Cornwall and Kent,] erm. a calf, pas-i-j,!^ 
gu. 

Cavill, ar. a fesse engr. flory on Gach side, gu. 

Cavekpisiie, or CAViNDrsii, sa. three .stag.s' 
heads, cabossed ar. attired or. — Cre.st, a snake, 
iiowcd, ppr. 

Cavcndhhe, ar. three piles, wavy, gu. 

Cavenu.VM, ar. a saltier sa. 

Caverner, or, a cross, voided, gu. 

CavershajM, Caursiiam, ot-Cauersha.m, ar. 
a saltier sa. 

Caverwell, az. fretty ar. a fesse gu. 

Caverwell, az. fretty ar. a fesse of the first. 

CAtrELL, gu. three sails ar. 

Caulcot, or Caulcote. See Calcott. 

Cauedwele, [Staftbrdshire,] ar. on a fesse dan- 
cettee, az. betw. three lozenges, lying fesseways 
gu. as many pikes heads, coujied, and erect or. 
— Crest, a cock's head, couped ar. combed and 
wattled gu. betw. two wings expanded, sa. hold- 
ing in his beak a cross pattee, fitchee, or. 

Caueers, ar. three. fleurs-de-lis, betw. as many 
towers countereliauged. 

Cauley. See Caayeey. 

Caulx, [Northamptonshire,] per chev. or and gu. 
three human hearts couuterchauged. 

Caulx, per chev. or and gu. three bucks counter- 
changed. 

Caundion, ar. a fesse, betw. three torfcauxes. ' 

Caundis, or, a lion, gu. tail forked. (AnolJier 
the lion cov.ard.) 

Caundrey, gu. ten biflets, four, three two, and 
one, or. 

Caureer, az. three plate.s. 

Causeam), ar. two stars and a crescent in base 
sa. a chief chequy of the first and second. 

Causton, [Causton, Essex,] ar. a chev. sa. betw. 
three wolves;' heads, erased, gu. — Crest, » 
cubit arm, erect, habited gu. charged with two 
bend.s wavy, sa.c ufF ar. holding in the hand ppr. 
around buckle or, another crest, a wolf's head. 
erased, or. 

Causton, [Oxstod, SujTey,] per pale, gu. and az. 
a leopard, rampant, with a lion's tail, ar. collared 
j)er pale, az. and gu. — Ciest, a demi leopard, 
ar. with a lion's tail, collared, per pale, az. and 
gu. 

Causton, ar. a bend betw. six cross crosslets sa. 

Cai'Z, or Cauez, [Nottinghamshire and Derby- 
shire,] jjer chev. or and gu. three hearts coun- 
t ere hanged. 

Cawhry, ar. a fesse gu. in chief three torfeauxes. 

Cawle, [Cuckton, Norfolk,] ar. on a fesse, betw. 
two chev. gu. three escallops of the field. 
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CAY 

CaaVLP.Y, [StafTorilshiio,] gu. three bends, engr. 

or. 
Cuii'li'J/, sa. a cliev. crm. bctw. tlircc swan's heads, 

erased at the neck , ar. 
Cauky, ar. on a chev. sa. three leopards' heads, 

jess'aiit-de-lis of the field. 
Ca'WNK, gn. a cross, cngr. or. 
CaVs'nton, [Kent.] The same as C.VNTON. 
Cawod, or Cawood, chcquy ar. and ra. a chief 

or. 
Cav:ood, [Cawood-Hall, Lincolnshire,] ar. on a 

bend vert, three acorns or. 
Cawood, ar. three bends sa. 
Cawoodley, or Cawodi.ey, [Ca^voodley, 
Devon,] az. two v/ings conjoined ar. over all on 
a fesse gu. three bezants. — Crest, a hack's leg, 
az. belled or, joined to the knee in chief, a wing- 
of the last. 
Cav.'TNY, or, a bend, mascnly, gn. 
Cawson, [London,] az. a lion, ranijiant, betw. 
three trefoils, slipped, ar. — Crest, out of a ducal 
coronet or, an unicorn's head ar. diicallygorgedj 
lined, and ringed, sa. 
CaM'STON, bendy of six, ar. and sa. 
Cau-sfo7!, sa. three bends, m'. 
Ca.WTHORNE, [Yorkshire,] ar. on a saltier sa. five 
crosses patonce or. — Crest, an arm, enlbo^ved, 
ppr. holding a cross patonce or. 
Cawthorne, ar. a chev. betw. three ravens sa. — 

Crest, a raven, ppr. 
Cawton, ar. a lion, passant, paly of six, or and 
sa. betw. three dolphins, naiaiit, gu. on each 
dolphin, three bezants, all within a double tres- 
sure, flory, counterflory, })xirp. — Crest, a drome- 
dary, sa. bezantee. 
Cayerleon, sa. a plate, betw. three towers, 

triple-towered, ar. 
Cayle, or Kevle, [Cornwall,] quarterly; em- 
battled, ar. and sa. 
Cayle, quaiterly, ar. and sa. on a bend gu. three 

mullets of the first. 
CayIjIFF, az. a chev. betv/. three crescents or. 
Cayling, gyronuy of eight, sa. and erm. 
Caylne, orCAi.LE, [Norfolk,] ar. on a fesse, 
gu. betw. two chev. of the second; three escal- 
lops of the Cist. 
Caylowe, ar. on a chev. sa. betw. three leo- 
pards' heads of the second, as many annnlets of 
the first. 
Caylw AY, [Hants,] ar. on two glaziers' snippers, 
in saltier sa. four pears or. ( Another ^AAs a bor- 
dure, engr. gu.) 
Cayly, or Cayle, [Norfolk,] chequy, ar. and 

sa. a fesse erm. 
Cayhj, [Norfolk and Gloucester,] chcquy, or and 

gu. a fesse erm. 
Cayly, gu. four bends ar. 



C E S 

Cayly, [Norfolk,] chequy.or and gu. a bend enn. 

Cayly, chequy, or and gu. abend ar. 

Caymesley, chequy, ar. and sa. a canton erm. 

Caymys, [Devon,] gu. a cross erm. 

Cayne, az. an eagle, displayed, ar. "^'V -• 

C'fl(,'acs, vair, tluce bars gu. 

Caysterton. See Castkrton. 

Cazalet, az. in chief a castle, with two towers 

ar. in base, a boar, passant, or. 
CcoiLl., harry often, ar. and az. six escocheons, 
sa. each charged with a lion, rampant, of the 
first. — Crest, on a chapeau, gu. turned up erm. 
a garb or, supported by tv,o lions, the dexter ar. 
the sinister az. 
Cecil/, [Norfolk.] The same, with due difference. 
Cecill, sa. three bends ar. 
Cec.iU, or CesscU, sa. three chev. ar. 
Cecill, [Earl of EACtcr,] barry of six, ar. and az. 
six escocheons sa. charged with as many lions, 
rampant, of the first, enraged, gu. 
Cecill, or Cecyll, sa. two chev. ar. 
Ceely, [St. Ive's, Cornwall,] az. a chev. or, betw. 

three mullets ar. — Crest, a tiger, sejant, ar. 
Ceely, [Essex,] sa. a lion, rampant, or, betw. two 

flaimches, ar. 
Cell/, [Essex,] az. a chev. bctw. t1u-ee mullets or. 
Cefy, [Barking, Essex,] az. on a chev. betw. three 
bucks, trippant, ar. as many fleurs-de-lis of the 
field. 
Cely, Ccely, or Ceily, [Havering, Essex,] gu. a 
lion, rampant, or, lietw. two flamiches, and a 
gusset in base erm. 
Cclye. The same. 

Ceily, Cele.y, or CcIy, ar. on a chev. gu. betw. 
three eagles, displayed, sa. as many annulets or. 
CeiferwaST, ar. three bars, gemelles, az. 
Ceindali., Cendale, Ceuuall, Kendall, 

or Cendalli"., ar. a cross, vert. 
Cellard, [Kent.] The same as Callard and 

Collard. 
Celny, sa. a bend or. 
Celson, sa. on a pale, betw. two pallets or, three 

escocheons, gu. 
Celuy, sa. a bend or. 
Cendalle. See Ceindall. 
CentertoN, gu. a fesse, betw. three leopayds' 

heads or. 
Cerhy, ar. a saltier, sa. on a chief az. three 

cinquefoils or. 
Ceronen, gu. freffy ar. 

Cervincton, [De\on,] erm. on a chev. az. three 
bucks' heads, cabosscd, or.— Crest, a tun, or, 
out of the Innig-hole, five roKcs of the last, 
stalked and leaved vert. 
Cesseoord, per fesse, gu. and ar. on the first, a 
cross, ar. on the second, a horse's head, coupcd, 



C H A 

Ckstham, or Cesthin, az. an eagle, displayed, 

or, armed or. 
Cksvk, ar, ou a head purp. tlirec leopards' Leads 

or. 
Ca-sar, [}3eiiington-Place, Herts, and of Iluiiting- 
donsbiie,] gu. three roses ar. on a chief of the 
second, as many roses of the first. — Crest, the 
sea, vert, thereon a dolphiji, embowed, pi)r. 
Crsir, ar. on a Ijeiid gu. three leopards' licads, or. 

Ci;WER, [Surrey^ gu. a chev. ar. in chief two 
fleurs-de-lis, and in ba.se, a rose of the second. 

CuAiiENERS, az. three lozenges or, a chief, in- 
dented, gu. 

Chahnor, [I»Iousley, Herts,] cliequy, ar. and 
gu. on a chief az. three cinquefoils or. — Cicbt, 
a pheon or. 

Cliahnor, [Herefordshire,] gu. on a chief ar. thi-ee 
martlets sa. — Crest, a pheon or. 

CiiABOT, [France,] or, three chahoL«: gu. [There 
is a sea-fish called a chabot.] 

CiiACE, gu. six crosses, pattee, three, two, and 
one, ar. on a canton az. a lion, passant, or. 

Cliace, [Ciieshain, Bucks,] gu. four crosses, flory, 
two and two, ar. ou a ctuiton or, a lion, passant, 
az. 

Chace, gu. four crosses, potencc, ar. tv.o and (wo, 
on a canton az. a lion, passant, or.- Crest, a 
lion, rampant, or, holding betw. the paws, a 
cross, poteoce, gu. 

Chackemavd, ar. on a chev. gu. bctw. three 
demi lions, rampant, az. as many crescents or. 

Chackers, quarterly, or and puip. 

Ciiacombe, or Anaf, [Leicestershire,] or, a 
chief, and bend gu. 

Chad, [Bishop of Litchfield,] per pale, gu, and 
ar. a cross, potent, and quadiat, betw. four 
crosses, pattee, all counterchanged. 

Chad, per pale, gu. and ar. a cross, potent, and 
quadrat in the cenl)-e, in the dexter chief and 
sinister base, a rose, in the sinister chief and 
dexter base a cross pattee, all counterchanged. 
— Crest, a falcon, rising ppr. beaked and belled 
or, reposing his dexter foot ou a cross, as in the 
arms. 

CnADj'.R, ar. three fleiurs-de-lis gni. 

CfiAJiiiRTON, [Yorkshire and Lancashire,] gu. a 
cross, potence, or. 

Chadcrton, [Lancashire,] ar. a griffin, segreant, gu. 

Chadcrlon, [Lancashire.] The same, with a bor- 
dure sa. platee. 

Claderton, gu. a cross crosslet crossed, or. 

Chadioke. See Chedioke. 

CuADWELL, ar. a fesse, dancettce, az. a crescent 
r.n. for dlfierence. 

CJtadwell, or, a fesse, lozengy, az. in chief, a mul- 
let gu. 



C H A 

Chadwick, [Notts. Stnflbrdshire, and Chadwick, 
Lancashire,] gu. an inescocheon, within an orle 
of martlets ar.— Crest, a iily ar. stiilked and 
leaved vert. 
Chadwick, or Chadock, [Cornwall,] gu. on an in- 
escocheon, within an orle of martlets ar. a cross 
of tiie first. 
Chadwick, [Cornwall,] gu. an orle of martlets or, 

on a canton ar. an inescochecm of the first. 
Chadworth, [London,] ar. on a bend sa. three 

trefoils, slii)ped, of the field. 
Chadworth, or Chaworth, or, a fesse, betw. three 

martlets sa. 
Chafe, [Exeter,] az. five fusils, in fesse, ar. 
Cliaffe, az. a fesse, lozengy, ar. 
CiiAEFiN, or Saffin, [Somersetshire,] az. three 
estoiles of eight points, each issuing from a 
crescent or.— Crest, on a mural crown, a mullet 
of eight ]joiMta or. 
Chaffin, [Chetle, Dorset.sliire,] gu. a talbot, pas- 
sant, or. 
Chafiin, [Warminster, Wilts,] gu. a talbot, pas- 
sant, or, a chief erm. 
Chaffin, [Ciielle, Dorsetshire.] Tlie same. 
Chaiuock, gii. an inescocheon ar. charged with 
a cross of the first, within an orle of martlets ar. 
Chain, harry of six, az. and ar. 
Chalbot, or, three chalbots, haurient, gu. 
CiiALENERS, [Yorkshire.] See Chaloner. 
Chalkhill, [Middlesex,] clievronny of .sLx, gu. 
and ar. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a 
horse's head, ermines, mancd or. (Another, 
gu. three chev. ar.) 
Challenge, [Gloucestershire,] az. on a bend 
or, three cinquefoils of the first.— Crest, an 
eagle's head sa. 
Challerp, ar. a fesse, betw. two chev. sa. 
Challers, ax. a fesse, betw. three annulets gu. 
Challeston, ar. a chev. vair, betw. three 

eagles, displayed, vert. 
Challons, [Devon,] gu. two bars, betw. eight 

martlets, three, two, and three, ar. 
Chalmers, [Scotland,] or, two bars gu. 
Chalmers, [Scotland,] ar. a fesse gu. in chief a 
lion, issuing from the shoulders, from the top 
of the fesse sa. 
Chalon, gu. two bars ar. 
Chalons, or, two bars gu. betw. nine martlets 

of the second, tliree, three, and three. 
Chalons, gu. two bars vert, betw. uine martlets 

ar. three, three, and three. 
Chalons, [Devon,] gu. two bars, betw. six 

martlets, three, tv.o, and one, ar. 
Chalons, [Di!von,] gu. two bars, betw. eight 

martlets, three, two, tuid three, or. 
Chalons, [Devon,] gu. two bars ar.. , 



C H A 

Chalons, [Sussex,] az. two cliev. ar. betw. three 
fusils or. 

CiiALONER, [Gosborough, Yorkshire,] sa. a chev. 
betw tlirec chenibims or.- — Crest, a demi, sea- 
wolf, rampant, or. 

Chahincr, or Chaleners, [Yorksliivc,] az. three 
inasclcs or, a chief, indented, g;u. 

Chaloncr, [Bucks,] ar. a cross, potciice, raguled, 
sa. betw. four Cornish choughs ppr. 

Chaloner, [Linfield, Sussex,] az. a chev-. ar. betw. 
three mascles or. 

Chaloner, [Cambridgeshire,] ar. a fesse, betw. 
three annulets gii. 

Chaloner, [Fulham, IMiddlescx,] gu. on a cliief 
ar. two mullets sa. a label az. 

Chaloncr, ar. two bars vert, over all a lion, ram- 
pant, gu. 

Challoner, az. on a fi-sse, betw. four fleurs-de-lis 
gu. a fleur-de-lis ar. 

Ch ALTON, [London,] az. a lion, rampant, ar. 
crowned or. 

Challon, [Sir Thomas, Lord ^Mayor of London, 
LU9.] The same. 

CiiALUN, or, two bars gu. 

CriAM, barrj" of six, a/., and ar. 

CuAAiKEii, quarterly, or and az. a chev. couu- 
terchanged. 

Chamber, erm. a fesse, compony, or and nz. 

Chamber, sa. three goats, courant, ar. within a 
bordure engr. of tlie last. 

Chamber, goi. a chev. betw. three ciuqucfoils or. 
[Conjirmcd to John Chamber, of Gaddesby, 
Leicestershire, 2d March, 1.5S1.] 

Chamber, ar. on a chief, indented, gu. a lion, pas- 
sant, or. 

Chamber, erm. a fesse, chequy, or and az. 

Chamber, gu. a chev. lictw. three ci)iquefoils or. 
— Crest, out of a chaplet of roses gu. leaved 
vert, a greyhound's head ar. round the neck, a 
belt az. buckled and studded or, fiom the belt 
in front a chain and ring of the last. 
'^haviber, or Clicnnbers, ar. a chev. cnn. fimbria- 
ted sa. betw. three chamber-pieces of the last 
fired ppr. — Crest, a demi eagle, displayed, per 
pale, sa. and ar. the heads imperially crowned 
or. 

Chamber, [Warwickshire,] or, three tigers' heads, 
■ erased sa. (Another, wiverns' heads.) 

Chamber, [Wolsticastle, Cornwall, llacton, Essex, 
and Middlesex,] ar. a chev. az. betw. tliree 
trefoils gu. — Crest, a bear, passant, sa. muzzled, 
lined, and collared, or. 

Chamber, [Derbyshire,] ar. a fesse chequy, or 
and az. betw. three lions' heads, erased sa. 

Chamber. The same, with a bordure gu. charged 
vitli escallops ar. 



C H A 

Chamber, quarterly, ar. and az. a chev. counter- 
changed. 

Chamber, ar. a chev. betw. three ciuquefoils gu. 

Chamber, or, a cross, betw. four martlets vert. 

Cliambre, az. an amied arm embowed issuing from 
tlie sinister, holding a rose slipped and leaved, 
all ppr. 

Chambre, or, a cross erm. betw. four luartlet^ 
az. OH a chief of the last, a serpent, betv,-. two 
roses of the first. — Crest, a cock gn. holding 
three ears of wheat or. [^Borne by the late Sir 
Allan Chambre, Knl. of Lincoln's Inn Fields, 
London, formerli/ one of the Judrjes of the 
Court of Common Pleas, who died 1823.] 

Chamhkks, ar. a fesse gu. in chief a demi lion, 
ram[)ant, sa. in base a lleur-de-!is of the second. 
— Crest, a lion's head, erased, ar. 

Chambers, [Derbyshire,] gu. a chev. betw. three 
cinquefoils 

Chambers, gu. a chev. betw. three cinquefoils or. 
—Crest, a bear, passant, sa. muzzled, collared, 
and chained or. \_Borne by Sir Robert Cham- 
bers, Knt. late Chief Justice of Bengal, and 
Vinerian Professor of the Laics , of England al 
Oxford University, eldest sou of Robert Cham- 
bers, Gent, of Newcastle-iipon-Tync, and sup- 
posed to be descended from the family of Cham- 
bers, of Cleadon, in the county of Durham, and 
Daqenham, Essex, registered in the last Visita- 
tion of Essex, ill lfi3i. Vide C. 21. Ib2, 
College of Arms.] See Plate of Arms. 

Chambers, [London,] erm. three copper cakes 
ppr. on a chief gu. a chamber or. — Crest, within 
a mountain vert, a man, working in a copper- 
. mine, holding in his hands a pick-axe, elevated, 
ppr. his cap, shirt, drawers, and hose ar. shoes 
sa. the planet Venus rising behind the moun- 
tain or. [Granted, 1723.]^ 

Chambers, ar. a chev. sa. surmounted of another 
erm. betw. three chambers placed transverse of 
the escocheon of the second, fired ppr. — Crest, 
an ass's head, erased, ar. 

Chambers, az. a chev. betw. three leopards' faces ar. 

Chambers, [Boxley, Yorkshire,] ar. a fesse, betw. 
three squirrels, sejant, sa. 

Chambers, sa. a cross couped erm. betw. four 
martlets rising or. — Crest, on a ducal coronet, 
a demi eagle displayed gu. wings or. 

Chambers, [Derby,] erm. three quadrajits gu. on 
a chief of the second, a chamber or. 

Chambers, [London, and Barkway, Herts,] ar. a 
chev. az. betw. three trefoils, slipped, gu. — 
Cre^t, a bear, passant, ppr. muzzled, collai-ed. 
and chained or. 

CJutmbei-s, [Wilts,] sa. a cross, voided, erm, betw. 
foiur martlets or. 



C H A 

C/:amhe>s, [Loiidou,] ar. a chev. betw. tbree tre- 
Ibil-s, slipped, f^ii. 

Vhamhers, nr. a fesse, conipouy, az. and or, bctw. 
tlirc'C bons' beads, erased, sa. >\iihiii a Ijordurc 
gu. cbargcd -vvitb eight c'Scalloj)s ar. 

Cliamhers, ar. three cliev. sa. 

Chambers, ar. a negro, cutting, with a bill, a 
sugar-cane ppr. on a chief az. t'wo pine-apples 
or, leaved and cio-wned of the last. — Crest, an 
arm in armour, cmbowcd ppr. charged Avith a 
cross, coupcd, gn. holding in the hand ppr. a 
cinietar ar. hilt and pomcl or. [^Granted to 
Eclward Chamlcis, of Hanover, in Jamaica, 
1771.] 

Cliamhers, [Scotland,] ar. a demi lion, rampant, 
sa. issuing out of a fesse gu. in base a flein--dc- 
lis of the last. — Crest, a hawk ppr. jessed and 
belled or. 

Cliamhers, [Scotland,] ar. a denii lion, rampant, 
sa. issuing out of a fesse, and in base a fleur-de- 
lis, all within a bordure gu. — Crest, a falcon, 
belled ppr. 

Cliamhers, [Scotland,] ar. a demi lion, rampant, 
sa. issuing out of a fesse gu. and in base a fleur- 
de-lis of the third, all -ftitliin a bordure of the 
second. — Crest, a hand, holding a pair of scales 
ppr. 

CnAMnF.Ri,AiNE, g-u. a chev. betw. three escal- 
lops or, a label of three points ar. 

Ckamherlaine, [Priesfbiny, Gloucestershire, Wick- 
ham, Oxfordshire, aiid Tiioroldby, Yorkshire,] 
gu. an escochcou ar. within an orle of mullets 
or. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, an ass's 
bead ar. 

Ckamherlaine, [I'rieslbury, Maugersbury, and 
Oddington, Gloucestershire,] gu. an iuesco- 
clieon betw. eight slai's in orle ar.' 

Chamherlaine, erm. on a chev. gu. three garbs or. 
— Crest, a bear's head, erased, ar. 

Chcmherlayne, or Chamhcrs, [Stratton-Awdley, 
Oxfordshire,] az. an armed arm, coiiped at the 
shoulder in fesse or, in the hand ppr. a rose gu. 
Jeared and stalked vert. — Crest, a greyhound's 
head, erased ar. round bis neck a belt az. 
buckled or. 

Cliamherlayne, [Lincolnshire,] gu. a fesse engr. 
ar. betw. three escallops or. 

C'hamlerlaijne, [Lancashire,] sa. a stag's head, 

cabossed, within an orle of escallops ar. 
Cliamherlayne, gu. a cross or, a label of France. 
Chaviherlayne, [Gloucestershu-e,] gu. on an esco- 
cheon ar. betw. eight mullets in orle, pierced 
or, a crescent sa. 
Cha>nhcrlai)ie, gu. an inescochcon ar. within .in 
orle of martlets or. {^Confirmed to Sir 'Thomas 
Ckamherlaine, of Coleman-strcel, London, 16G1.J 



C H A 

Ckamhcrlayn, [Suflblk, Norfolk, and Cambridge- 
shire,] or, fretty sa. on a chief of the second, 
three bezants. — Crest, an ass's head, erased, ar. 
ducally gorged or. 

Chamhe'rlayn, [London,] gu. an escocheon ar. 
within an orle of cinf|ueioils or. — Crest, out ol 
a mural coronet gu. a demi lion, rampant, or, 
holding in the dexter paw a key, ar. 

Ckamherlayn, [Oddington, OxYordshire.] The 
same arms. 

Chamherhiyn, or, a chev. betw. three leo})inds' 
faces gu. 

Ckamhcrlayn, gu. three escallops or. 

Ckamherlayn, ar. an eagle, dis])layed, gu. 

Chamherlayn, [Sherborne, Oxfordshire,] gu. a 
chev. betw. tbree escallops or.— Crest, out of 
a ducal coronet or, an ass's head ar. 

Ckamherlayn, [Leicestershire.] The same arms. 

Ckamhcrlayn, [Cambridgeshire,] ar. fretty sa. on 
a chief of the second, three plates. 

Chamherlayn, gu. a fesse, betw. three esca]lo])s ar. 

Ckamherlayn, ar. a chev. betw. three ravens, 
(annlher, eagles,) legs erased, sa. 

Chamherlayn, [Yorkshire,] ar. a chev. betw. three 
ciuquefoils sa. 

Ckavnherlayn, [Lincolnshire,] gu. a fesse, bctw: 
three escallops or. 

Ckamherlayn, az. a chev. cottised, betw. three 
escallops or. 

Ckamherlayn, ar. fretty sa. on a chief of the se- 
cond, three chess rooks of the field. 

Ckamherlayn, erm. on a chief, indented, az. throe 
cronells or. 

Chamherlayn, or Chamhklyn, or, on a bend gu. 
three lozenges vair. 

Chamherlayn, gu. two keys in saltier or. 

Chamherlayn, or, an eagle, displayed, vert, armed 
of the last. 

Chamherlayn, [Loudon,] sa. a chev. betw. tbree 
mullets erm. 

Chamherlayn, [Yorkshire,] ar. a chev. cottised, 
betw. three escallops sa. 

Ckamherlayn, gu. an eagle, displayed, ar. 

Chamherlyn, Fitz, sa. fretty tir. on a chief of the 
last, three roses gu. 

Ckamherlin, or Ckamherlain, [London,] erm. on 
a pale sa. three leopards' faces or. — Crest, out 

of a Saxon coronet, an ostrich, with 

wings endorsed, in his mouth a key 

Chamijkrnon, [Devon,] gii. cmsilly or, a sal- 
tier vair. "^ 

Ch AM MEL YN, ar.au eagle, displayed, gu. armed, or. 

Cham BOW E, paly of six, or and az. on a fesse 
gu. three mullets ar. 

CliAMCOMBE, ar. on a cross az. five mullets of the 
first. 



C II A 

Chamerslay, nil. a bend, betw.sLx escallops or. 
ClIAMES, gu. a c-liicf, indented, erni, 
Chamon, or CiiAMoNi), gu. a lion, rampant, 

ar. within a boidme, gobonated, ar. ami or. 
Chamoun, ar. a cliev. crenelle, bctw. throe fal- 
cons' heads, erased, sa. 
Chamonm, or CiiAUMONi), [Cornwall,] aj. a 

cbev. bctw. three fleurs-de-lis gu. 
Chamond, ar. a chev. batteliy, betw. three ravens' 

legs, erased, sa. 
Ckavioiid, [Somersetshire,] paly of six, ar. and 

az. a fesse gu. 
C/iamond, or Chamon, gu. a lion, rampant, ar. 

wthin a bordure gobonated, ar. and or. 
Chamondjsy, [Wilts,] or, on a cross vert, five 

mullets of the field. 
Champagne, [Ireland,] az. a lizard, extended, in 

pale, ar. bctw. four mullets, two and one, or, 

in chief a ducal coronet of the last. [^liorne hy 

Major Jonas, of Fort ArJiiiqton, Ireland, 

1737.] 
Cfiawpaif/ne, or, a fret sa. 
Cliampaiyne, Champain, or Champignc, erm. a 

bend az. and chief gu. 
Cliampaiqnc, ar. a chief gu. 
Champaine, [Kent,] ar. three bars wavy gu. 
Ckav'.paiite, or, fretty sa. 
Chavtpano, vert, a fesse counter-einbattled or, 

bctw. three trefoils, slipped, erm. 
Champarjne, ar. tliree bars jiebulee gu. (Another, 

barry uebulee of six, ar. and gu.) 
Champayne, [Kent,] ar. three hounds, passant, 

gu. 
Ckampeine, ar. a fesse sa. 
Chanipeine, [Leicestershire,] or, fretty sa. on 

every joint a cross crosslet ar. 
Champayn, or, fretty sa. on each joint a cross 

crosslet fitchee of the first. 
Ghampantv, az. alion, r.impant, or, holding in 

the dexter paw a hind's leg, erased at the first 

joint ar. 
Champanfy, or Champaigne, [Thurlcston, Lei- 
cestershire,] or, fretty sa. 
Champ, ar. a fesse, betw. three mascles gu. — 

Crest, a stag ppr. 
Chamfer, per pale, ar. and gu. a bend counter- 
changed. 
CfiAMPEKNON, [Devon,] gu. billetty or, a sal- 
tier vair. 
Champernon, gu. a saltier vair, betw. four crosses, 

patlee, fitchee, or. 
Champernon, gu. a saltier vair, betw. twelve 
crosses, formee, fitclu'-c, or. (Another, twelve 
crosses, bottonee, or.) 
Champernon, gu. a saltier vair, betw. twelve cross 
crosslcts, fitchee, or. 



C II A 

Chatnpemon, gu. a saltier vair, betw. sixteen be- 
zants. 

Cfiampion, [London.] or,, on a fesse gu. an 
en;;le, displayed, of the first, betw. three tre- 
foils, slipped, peaii, within a bordure, engr. az. 
cl,-.irged with eight bezants. — Crest, an arm, 
erect, vested, ar. cufT gu. 

Champion, [Berks and Essex,] ar. three trefoils, 
slipijcd, sa. — Crest, an arm, enibowed and 
ertct, in armour pjir. garnished or, holding iu 
the gauntlet, achaplet of laurel vert. 

Champion, ar. two bars nebulee gu. 

Champion, ar. a chev. betw. tliree escallops az. 

Champion, [Essex,] sa. three trefoils, slipped, 
ar. 

Champion, [Combwell, Kent, and Sussex,] ar. 
on a chief gu. an eagle, displayed, or. — Crest, 
a turkey cock ppr. 

Chainpion, [Sir Kichard, Lord Mavor of Lon- 
don, 15G5,] or, on a fesse gu. betM". three tre- 
foils, slipped, erm. an eagle, displayed, of the 
field, within a bordure az. beznntee. (Another, 
the. bordure engr.) 

Champion. The same arms, the bordure being 
engr. gu. bczantee. — Crest, an arm, ei'eet, 
couped at the elbow, vested gu. charged -with 
three bars or, holding in the hand ppr. a rose- 
branch of the fir.st. 

Chatnpion, ar. semee de trefoils, slipped, erm. a 
sword in pale sa. 

Champeyon, ar. a sword in pale sa. within an ork 
of trefoils, slipjjed, erm. 

Champney, ar. three bars, wavy, gu. 

Chainpney, [Kent,] ar. three bars, nebulee, gu. 

Champney, ar. three bars gu. 

Champney, [Devon,] ar. two fusils, in pale, gii. 

Clirnnpney, [Devon,] ar. two lo^xaiges, in fesse, 
gu. 

Champney, ar. a fesse sa. 

Champney, az. a lion, rampant, or. 

Champney, sa. a chev. betw. three crosses, engr. 
erm. 

Champney, [London,] sa. a chev. or, betw. three 
crosse^3 erm. 

Cliampney, [London,] sa. a chev. nr. betw. three 
crosses, pattee, engr. erm. 

Chainpney, [Barnsta)4e, Devon,] ar. a lion, ram- 
pant, gu. within a bordure engr. sa. 

Champney, sa. a chev. erm. betw. three crosses, 
voided of the same. 

Champney, [Devon,] gu. a lion, rampant, within 
a bordure engr. ar. 

Champnei/, [Devon,] ar. a liou, rampant, gu. 

Chiimpncy,'s;a. a fesse ar. betw. three crosse* 

fr;rin<ie engr. erm. 
Champney, ar. two fusils in fesse gu. 



C II A 

Vhampney, az. a lion, rampant, ar. 

Champncy, per pule, ar. and sa. u lion, niinpant, 
v.ilirm a borduregii. and or. 

Chanijmerj, vert, a I'esse crcnellec ar. Lctw. three 
treloils, erm. 

Champncy, sa. a cliev. ar. betw. tbree crosses 
(Tin. 

Champncy, barry uelmlee of six, ar. and gu. a 
bend az. 

ChaMPNUVS, [Puddle-Town, Donsetsbire,] per 
palo, ar. and sa, a lion, rampant, gunrdaut, gu. 
vitliin a bordnre engr. countercba:iged. — Crests, 
first, a demi man, side-faced ppr. ■wreathed about 
the lioad, or, vested or, garnished at the sliouldcr, 
&c. gu. holding in tlie dexter hand a dia- 
mond rijig; SL'cund, on a ducal coronet or, a 
sword, erect, gu. betw. two v>ii)gs, expanded, 

. ar. 

Champneys, [Orcliardly, Somersetshire,] ar. a 
lion, rampant, withiii a bordure engr. sa. — 
Crest, a demi moor, full-faced ppr. liolding in 
the dexter liraid a diamond ring jjpr. 

Champneys, [Kent,] j>er pale, ar. and sa. a lion, 
rampant, giiardant, gu. and or. 

Champness, [Sir John, Lord Mayor of London, 
1534.] per pale, ar. and sa. a lion, rampant, 
gu. within a bordure cngr. coniponee, eountcr- 
changed. 

CiiA^AKi), or CllANNAIil), harry of six^ Or aud 

g"- 

ClIANCEI.LOUi;, ;;r. on a canton sa. a .saltier of 
the field. 

CilANCKY, or CllAUNCKV, [Sawbridgeworth, 
Hertfordshire,] gu. a cross patouce, ar. on a 
chief az. a lion, passant, or. — -Crest, out of a 
ducal coronet or, a gritlin's head gu. charged 

■ "with a pain az. bet\\ . two wings, displayed, of 
the last, the inward jmrt of the wings gu. 

Chancey, or Chancers, [Edgcott, Ivortliampton- 
shire,] or, three fanulher, four), chcv. engr. 
gn. — Crest, an ariu erect, vested ar. cnfijed 
with a ducal coronet or, holding in the hand 
ppr. a battle-axe, statTgu. headed ar. [Gi-anUd 
Nov. 23, 15-l(i.] 

L'hanccy, [Porton, Xorfolk, and Essex,] gii. a 
cross, bottonee or, on a chief az. a lion, pas- 
sant, of the second. — Crest, out of a ducal co- 
ronet or, a grillin's head and wings endorsed, 
bendy of gu. and az. bealced or. 

Chancey, Chauncey, or Chameny, [Northum- 
berland,] or, a chtv. erigr. gu. 

Chancey, ar. a chev.betw. three annulets gu. 

Chanci'y, [Lincolnshire,] ar. a chev. gu. A\il)iina 
Viordure sa. bezantee. 

t'hancey, or Channsy, [Essex,] or, aclicv. betw. 
three eagles, disijlayed, gu. 



C II A 

Chansey, barry of tv,-^»lve, ar. and sa. a Hon, ram- 
pant, gu. 

Chauncey, az. three wolves, jiassant, in pale, 
betw. two Haunches, each charged with an an- 
chor sa. 

CriANcins, or, three chev. eiigr. gu.' — Crest, a 
dexter arm, erpc(, pjir. enfiled with a ducal co- 
ronet or, lioldiuo- a battle-axe, bendways, of the 
last, headed ar.^ 

CiiANDl.iiU, [Loudon,] ar. two bends sa. belw. 
five pellets in saltier.— Crest, a bull's head sa. 
attired ar. 

Chandler, or Chaundlcr, az. a chev. ar. betw. 
three masclcs oi-. 

Cliaundler, cheqny, ar. and gn. on a bend 
engr. sa. three lions, passant, or.- — Crest, a pe- 
lican in her piety sa. uest vert. 

Cjiandos, ar. a pile gu. — Crest, in a ducal coro- 
net or, a dragon's liead sa. 

Chando-s, [Hertfordshire,] or, a ]iiie gu. — Crest, 
an old man's head, side-faced, ppr. hair grey, 
on his forehead a wreath. 

Chundds, [Cambrldgesliire,] erm. a pile gu. 

Chandos, or Chandois, ar. a pile gu. in chief a 
label of five points az. 

CiiANDOYS, or Cjiandoz, [Ciieshire,] or, a 
lion, rampant, gu. tail forked. 

Chandoz, [Cornwall,] or, on a jiile, betw. six 
stars gu. three estoiles of the field. 

Chandoz, gu. a pile ar. a label az. 

CiiANrL[-;RE, sa. a cross fiory or, belw. twelve 
billets of the second. 

CI1A^'^EVS, erm. on a fcsse giu three lozeun-es 
of the field. 

CiiAN-NF.i.LEV, [l!ucks.] az. a fesse, indented, 
betw. three maillets or. 

('IIANNKSLEV, gu. a bend, betw. three escallop-. 
or. 

CuAN'ON, or Canon, ar. on a chev. gii. two 
couple closes or. 

CilANllE"^', ar. guttee az. a cross engr. or. 

Chanry, ar. two bars gu. 

Chanserire, az. an eagle, disjflayed, barry of 
eight, ar. and gu. 

CiiANsr.UL, sa. throe eagles, displayed, ar. 

Chanscide, sa. three eagles, displayed, cr. 

CuANTKCLER, [Cornwall,] az. three cocks ar. 

Chantecler, az. three cocks or. 

CiiANTRELi,, [Devon,] ar. three hounds, pas.sant, 

Chanlrell, ar. a chev. betw. tliree hounds, pa.ssant, 

Chanlrell, or Chatnifrcll, [Woodlcy, Berks.] 
az. a pelican in her nest, yulning her.self 
ar. 

Chanlrell, [Ockingham,] ar. a pelican in her nest 
[ A a 3 



C H A 

Tuliiint^ herself sa. <lic licst or. — Crest, a tower, 
ar. ill (lie p^ate, a hoar's head sa. 

Chantrell, ar. three talhots, jiassanf, sa. 

Chanwuit, harry of (en, ar. and gii. a bordure 
sa. charged v.ith ten martlets of the first. 

CiiAPK, CuAi'i'K, or CuATPi-.S, [Norfolk,] gu. 
a fesse wavy, bctw. six billets ar. 

CfiAPS, ar. a fesse dancettee, betw. three cross 
crosslets, fitchee, gu. 

CUAI'LIN, or Ghapf.lin, [London, and Stone- 
ham, Hants,] erm. on a chief indented az. 
three grillius' heads, erased, or. — Crest, a g'rif- 
fin'shead, erased, ar. ditcally gorged or. \Grautcd 
1593.] 

Chaplin, p;n. a fesse nebulee or, betw. six billets ar. 

Chaplin, [Weston, Xortliamptonshire,] gu. tluee 
covered cups, betw. eight cross crosslets, fitchee, 
ar. 

Chaplin, [Ixird Mayor of London, 1678,] erm. 
on a chief indented vert, three griffins' heads, 
erased, or. 

Chaphn, [Scotland,] gu. on a fesse nebulee ar. 
betw. six billets or, a rose of tlie first. 

ChappeUen, per saltier, or and gu. four water- 
bougets counterchauged. 

Chapman, pej chev. ar. and gu. a crcjccnf, 
bctw. three leopards' heads counterchauged. 

Chapman, [Yorkshire,] per che\". ar. and gu, a 
cross counterchauged. 

Chapman, [London and Yorkshire,] per chev. ar. 
and gu. a crescent counterchanged. — Crest, a 
buck's head, per chev. ar. and gu. (AnoUier 
crest, to the Chapmans of CornwaU, viz. an 
arm, embov.ed, habited in mail ppr. cuff ar. 
holding in the hand ppr. a broken tilting .spear 
or, enfiled with a chaplet vert.) 

Chapman, [^Middlesex.] The same anns. — Crest, 
a dexter arm, embowcd, in armour, holding in 
the hand ppr. a broken tilting spear of the last, 
enfiled with a chaplet of laurel vert. [Borne 
by Abel Chapman. Esq. of Highbury-Parl:, 

Middlesex, isej.] 

Chapman, [Sir John, Lord Mayor of London, 
1()89.] The same arms. 

Chapman. The same, adding a canton gu. 

Chapman, [Yorksliire.] The same, adding a 
bordure gu. 

Chapman, [Cambridgeshire,] per chev. ar. and 
gu. a crescent counterchanged, on a chief of 
the second, a unicorn's head, couped, betw. two 
leopards' faces or. — Crest, a falcon ar. beaked 
and legged gu. sujiporting a garb or. 

Chapman. [\Mckam, Jsle of 'Ely.] The same 
arms.- — Crest, a unicorn's head, issuaiit from a 
crescent 

•Chapman, per chev. ai'. and gu. in chief a loo- 



C H A 

pai-d's bead of (he second, on a canton or, three 
trefoils, slipped, per pale, gu. and az. all within 
a bordure. gobonated, ar. and az. 

C7/fl/).'«cf/i,[Lincoln,]perchcv.ar.and az. a crescent, 
betw. two leopards' heads, in pale, counter- 
chauged. — Crest, a fleur-de-lis or, betw. two 
olive braiK-hes vert. [Granted Glh March, 
1704.] 

Cha])inan, [London,] vert, five plates in saltier. 

Chapman, [lliunthorp-Hal!, Norfolk,] per chev. 
ar. and gu. a crescent bctw. two leopards' faces 
in pale, counterchanged, on a canton or, three 
trefoils of the second, all within a bordure, gu. 
and or, chiu-ged with bezants and torteauxes. 

Chapman, per chev. ar. and gu. in chief tliree 
leopards of the second, in base a crescent 
or. 

Chapman, per fesse ar. and gu. a nmscle counter- 
, changed. 

Chapman, per chev. ar. and g-u. in chief three 
demi lious of the second, in base a crescent of 
the first. 

Chapman, [Scotland,] vert, a saltier, betw. four 
boars' heads, erased, ar. 

Chapman, [Scotland,] vert, a saltier eiigr. and in 
chief a boar's head, erased, ar. 

Chapman, per chev. gri. and ar. three leopards' 
heads, counterchanged, within a bordure of 

the second, on a canton three trefoils, 

sl)p])cd 

Chapman, \>ov chev. ar. and gu. a crescent, 
within a bordure counterchanged. 

Ghapoin, per bend, sinister, ar. and sa. 

CHAPONN, per bend, ar. and sa. 

CuAPPELL, [London and Exeter,] or, an anchor 
in pale sa. — Crest, an arm, vested .... holding 
a viper ppr. passing through a cup of an orbi- 
cular figure. [Herald's OJfice, MSS. Vincent, 
No. 154.] 

Chappell, or, on an anchor sa. a fleur-de-lis ar. for 
difTerence. 

Chapell, [Cambridge,] per fesse, ar. and ver(. 

Chapel, gu. betw. four escallops counterchanged. 

Chapell, gu. three chaplets or. 

CnARniioNE, or, on a chev. engr. bctw. three 
eagles, displayed, gu. as many plates. 

CiiAKCEDOX, az. a chev. betw. three s\^ans nr. 
membered gu. 

Chard, cpiarterly, or and gu. over all a label of 
five pouits, az. 

CHARnEi.ow, [Sprafling, Norfolk,] ar. a chev. 
bctw. three cross crosslets, fitchee, az. 

Chardelnicc, or Shardeloiv, ar. a chev. gu. betw. 
three crosses, bottouec, sa. 

CiiARDiN, [Benley-Park, Leicestershire,] ar. a 
chev. az. in chief two roses gu, barbed vert, in 



C H A 

base, an eagle, close, of the second.' — Cresf, a 
dove, 

CiiARiUiDON, or CuARLr.lJON'. The sauip as 
CHAKCP.nox. 

(^IIAKKNT, paly of six, ar. and az. a fcssc gu. 

(JiiARiLTON, or, a cliev. eiigr. sa. bctw. thrne 
bucks' heads, cabosscd, vert, wilhui a bordure 
az. 

CiiARiNGTON, gu. ou a bend sa. cotlised or, 
Ihree swans ar. 

CiiAKiNGWORTH, ver(, 01! a chev. ar. three 
pheons sa. 

CiiARK, sa. on a pale ar. a Greek npsilon, ga. 
[Granfcd to Williavi Char k, of London, Gent. 
2\si January, 1C04.] 

CilARLENKRS, az. three miiscles or, a chief, in- 
dented, gTl. 

Ciiari.es, [London,] erm. on a chief gu. five 
lozenges, in fesse, of the field. — Crest, a demi 
v.olf erm. holding a halbcrt ar. tasselled or. 

Charles, [Stratford, Warwickshire, and Norfolk,] 
erm. on a chief gu. five lozenges in fesse of the 
field. (Anoilier, lozenges or.) 

Charles, [Tavistock, Devonshue,] erm. (another 
ar.) on a chief wavy gu. an eagle, displayed, or. 
— Crest, a demi eagle, with two heads, per pale, 
or and erm. 

Charles, gii. a chief indented erm, 

Charles, or Chareles, ar. on a bend sa. tluee 
cinquefoils or. 

Charles, [Norfolk,] erm. on a chief gu. three 
mascles (another lozenges) of the first. 

Charles, ar. on a chief wavy gu. an eagle, dis- 
pla\ed, or. 

Charles, [Bridgenhall,] erm. on a chief gu. five 
fusils of the field. 

Charles, erm. on a clilef gu. four lozenges of the 
first. 

Charless, gu. a chief erm. , 

Charley, or Ciiarnlkv, az. a bend, betw. 
three Lawks leures, or. 

("iiARLTON, or. a lion, rampant, gu. a caiit»n si- 
nister; quiU terly, first and fourth, gu. ten bezants, 
four, thri e, two, and one, for Louch ; second 
and third, az. on a mount vert, a lion, passant, 
guardant, or, for Charlton, of Apley, Salop. 
—Crest, out of an eastern coronet or, a tiger's 
liead and neck, asTrontee, gu. \^Borne hij 
William Charlton, Esq. of Apley-Castle, near 
Wellington, Shropshire, 1820.] ' 

Charlton, or Carrincion, [Baldwin, IJrightwell, 
Oxfordshire,] ar. on a bend sa. three mascles of 
•he field. — Crest, cut of a ducal coronet or, an 
miicorii's liead sa. criued ar. the horn twisted 
ar-and sa. 

Charkion. or Lc C'harleton, [Ilcslcyside, Nor- 



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thuniberland, and of Shropshire,] or, a lion, 
rampant, gu. — Crest, two lions gambs, erect, gu. 
the outward e,d'j:e flory or. 

Charlton, [Shrewsbury.] The same arms. — Crest, 
a leojiard's head or. (Another cre.st, a lion's face, 
gu. charged with a crescent for difference, ar.) 

Charlton, or Charelton, [Chehvesell, Nottinghain- 
.shlre,] az. on a chev. or, betw. three swans ar. 
as many cinquefoils gu. — Crest, a swan's head, 
erased, ar. gorged \\\\.\\ a chaplet vcrf. 

Charlton, [Apley, Shropsiiire,] az. ion a field in 
base vert, a lion, passanl, guardanl, or. 

Charlton, az. a chev. betw. six swans ar. mem- 
bercd gu. 

Charleston, or Charlton, ar. a chev. betw. three 
eagles, displayed, vevt. ^ . 

Charlton, ar. on a chev. vert, three eagles, dis- 
played sa. 

Charlton, az. a chev. or, betw, three swans ar. 

Charlton, az. a chev. betw. three swans ar. 

Charlvton, ar. a chev. engr. betw. three griffins' 
heads, erased, sa. 

Charkion, [Gursons, Sussex,] erni. on a bend sa. 
three pheons ar. — Crest, an arm, embowed, 
habited to the elbow, gu. cufi" erm. holding in 
the hand ppr. a broad aiTow 

Charleton, az. three swans ar. 

Charleton, az. a chev. or, be(w. three swans ar. 

Charlslon, [Essex,] ar. on a cross vcrl, five eagles, 
displayed, or. 

Charlsion, [Essex,] ar. on a chev. ^e^t, three 
eagles, displayed, of the field. 

Charlston, ar. a chev. betw. three eagles, dis- 
played, vert. 

CiiAKNKLL, or Charkki.I.S, [Warwickshire aud 
St;!fl'(irdshire,] gu. a fesse, betw. two cbev; 
erm. 

Charnell, or Chnrnells, [Vv'arwicksliire,] gu. a fesse 
erm. bctw. two chev. or. 

Charnell, or Charnells, [Warwckshire, aud Hus- 
ton, Leicestershire,] az. a cross, engr. or. — 

Crest, out of a ducal coronet, a derai 

eagle, displayed, (Another crest, a pea- 
cock, close, or.) 

Charnell, [Ireland,] az. a cross engr. ar. 

Chaniels, [Leicestershire,] az. a fesse erm. betw. 
three chev. or. 

Charnells, [^Yarwickshirc,] ar. a cross, engr. gu. 

Charnells, [Leicestershire,] az. a saltier, engi-. or, 
a label gu. 

Charnells, [llieicestershirc,] vert, a fesse erm. betw. 
two chev. or. 

Charnells, [Snaresfon, Leicestershire,] gu. a fesse 
erm. betw. two chrv. or. 

Charnells, [I.K?icestershire,] gu. two chev. vvithiii a. 
bordure or. .. . 

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Cmaunky, gu. three inescocbeons, ar. two and 

one. 
Cliarncij, gu. tliree escallops ar. 
Clidrney, ^u. lliree escoclieous ar. one re hated in 

the siuisfer })oIut. 
CliAKNriKLD, az. au eagle, displayed, or, armed 

sa. crow ncd £^u. 
CllARNOCK, [Ilulcot, Eedfordsbire,] ar. on a 

bend sa. three cross crosslels of tin,' field. — 

Crest, an eagle, >sith wings expanded, 

holding a peu, feather flaniant, ppr. 

Charnork, [Charnock, Lancashire,] ar. on a bend 

sa. three crosses forniee, flory of tiii- field. — 

Crest, a dove, ppr. 
Charnock, or C/ianoLe, [Cheshire,] sa. on a bend 

ar. three crescents of the field. 
Charnock, ar. on abend s.t, three crosses pattee of 

the iirst. 
Charnohe, ar. on a bend sa. three cross crosslets 

of the fii-st, in chief a mullet of the second. 
Charon, or Charronk, gu. a chev. bctw. 

three escallops ar. 
CiiARONYS, or, a fesso, bctw. six annulets gu. 
CiiARREVs, ar. a fesse, betw. three annulets gu. 
Chauter.vy, ar. a chev. betw. three cinqueioils, 

CiiARTKRS, [Scotland,] ar. a fesse az. 

Charters, [Scotland,] ar. a fesse az. within a 
double tressure iiory, counterllory, gu. 

CliARTMAN, or Char'I'N.ViM, per chev. gu. and 
fir. three crosses, bottoiiee, counterchaiiged. 

Chart man, per chev. ar. and gu. three cross cross- 
lets, counterchanged. 

CilARTNAY, per chev. gu. aud ar. three crosses, 
bottouee, counterchanged. 

Charlney, per chev. gti. and ar. three croas cross- 
lets, counterchanged. 

CllARTSEY, [Kent,] az. a bend, betw. three 
Lawks' heads, erased, ar. beaked or. — Crest, a 
wolf, passant, sa. devouring a fish of the se- 
cond. 

Cil.VSF,, or Cha-SRY, gu. four crosses jjatoucc, ar. 
CO a canton az. a lion, passant, or. 

Chase, gu. four cross crosslets, two and two, or, 
on a canton az. a lion, passant, of the same. 

Chasey, [.Somersetshire,] gu. a grifiin, segreant, 
or, ou a chief erm. three fusils sa. 

ClIA.'iHON, gu. three fusils in fesse erm. 

CHAS^5E^■S, or Cti ANSENS, sa. three eagles, dis- 
played, or. 

Chasseiis, gu. three eagles, displayed, ar. 

C'liASDiLiAi, [France,] gu. a castle, wlili two 
towers or, embattled aud masoned su. adorned 
with four fans ar. 

CilAS'iiiLiAN, ar. a fe.sse, indented, counterllory, 
sa. 



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Chaslelion, [France,] gu. three |)ales vair, on a 

chief or, a martlet sa. 
CriAS'i'KLb, gu. two i)ars ar. on a canton of tlij 

last, a tower, triple-fov ered, sa. 
Chaslcll, gu. two bais ar. on a canton sa. a tower 

of the second. 
Chastkllaym;, [Essex,] az. a fesse or. 
Cjiastley. The same. 
Chastelon, ar. a fesse, dancettee, in base, a 

lleur-de-lis ^a. 
C'haslclon, sa. a lion, ])assant, ar. crowned or, betw. 

six cross crosslets of the second. 
Chaslelijon, or Chaslelion, ar. a fesse, dancettee, 

points, flory sa. 
CiiASi i:lim:r, gu. a lion, jiassnnt, ar. ou a chief 

sa. a tower, tri pie- towered , or. 
Ciiatci!i;r, or Catcher, [London] See 

Catch i;r. 
Chatelon, sa. a lion, passant, guardant, bet^ . 

eight cross crosslets ar. crowned or. 
Chater, [Chastliall, Yorkshire,] az. a chev. erm. 
betw. th.ree annulets ar. on a chief or, as many 
martlets gu. 
Chalcr, ["^'orkshire,] per bend, indented, az. and 

ar. three cinquefoils, counterchanged. 
Chatfieed, ar. a griflln, segreant, sa. on a chief 
purp. three escallops of the field. — Crest, an 
licraldic antelope's head, erased, ar. duca'ly 
gorged or. 
Chatham, [Lancashire,] sa. across, flory, ar. 
Chatteuton. The same as Chauerton. 
Chalterton, [Cambridge,] gu. a cross potent or. 
— Crest, a demi grillin, gu. beaked, legged, and 
V. inged or. 
Cliaterton, per chev. sa. and gu. three goats' 
heads, erased, ar. mined or, within a bordure, 
eugr. of the third. 
Chaterlon, per chev. sa. aud ar. a goat's head, 

erased and counterchanged. 
Chaucer, per pale, gu. aud ar, abend, counter- 
changed, 
Chaucer, [Suffolk,] ar. on a chief gu. a lion, nsm- 

pant, of the field. 
Chaucer, per pale, ar. and gu. a icsse counter- 
changed. 
Chaucer, per i)ale, ar. and gu. 
Chaucer, per jiale, ar. aud gu. a bend, counter- 
changed. [This coat jicrlaincd to the famous 
poet, Gcoffreij Chaucer, of Woodstock, Oxford- 
shire.^ 
Chaucer, [London.] The .same arms. ■ 
Chaii:cers, or Chancers, gu. three Catharine wheels 

or. 
Chaiccers, gu. three mill-wheels or. 
Chaucomue, Chaco.mb, 0/- Anae, [Leicester- 
shire,] or, a chief and bend gu. 



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r;inipat)t, ar. crowiird or. 
•11, ar. and "u. ('it;ht mart- 



C/iaucomhe, sa. a lioi 
C'linucovile, barry of 

li'is ill orle, sa. 
Cluiucomlie, or, on a chief vert, fi\e miiUofs ar. 
CiiAl'KMiRE, sa. sc-ineo of billets or, a cross 

liorv of the second. 
Cii VULN, gii. a cross pattee, ar. a cliief az. 
CilALMEK, O)- CiiAMBKK, quarterly, ar. and az. 

a cliev. couiitorclianged. 
Cii A I Mr\ KXT, paly of six, ar. and a/, a fesse gu. 
V.w \i N, ar. on a chev. f^u. two chev. or, 
C'liAi nci;ler, erin. on a quarter ar. a saltier, 

CilATNCEY, [lilssex,] ar. a chev. bctw. three 

' eai^les, dis])layed, iiienibered, c;u. 

Cluni/icei/, [Northaniptoiishirej] or, three chev. 



:hev. 



gu. 



ithin a bord»ire sa. 



Chciinicei/, 

bezautce. 
Chaunceii, or Chauncy, or, two chev. g'u. within a 

bordiire sa. bezantee. 
Chauncey, gu. a cross boltonec ai. on a chief az. a 

lion, passant, guardaiit, or. 
C'llAViM)Osi,or, ahoD, rampant, double queued, gu. 
C/iaundoz, or, on a pile, gu. betw. six estoiles of 

the last, as many of the first. 
CiiAUNEV, gu. a cross patoucc, ar. ou a cliief, az. 

a lion, passant, or. 
CiiAUXSTOK, [Somersetshiio,] sa. a cross raoline, 

betw. twelve billets or. 
CiiAUXTKltELL, ar. three talbots, passant, sa. 
CilAURKS, barry of ten, ar. and gu. an orle of 

martlets sa. 
Cliaurcs, barn,' of sixteen, ar. and gu. an orle of 

niarllefs sa. 
CiiAVRV, [Sir Richard, Lord 3Iayor of London, 

1494,] ar. on a chev. sa. betw. throe birds az. 

as many annulets .... 
CItaury, gu. three jiales chequy, or and az. on a 

chief of the second, three martlets of the flrst. 
Chuury, ar. two liars gu. betw. eight guttees de, 

four, three, and one. 
('iiAU SOILS, sa. three eagles or. 
CiiAVKNT, paly of six, az. and ar. a fesse or. 
t'liavent, [2Gtli Edward 1.] ])aly of six, ar. and 

az. a fosse gu. 
CllAWCIiRS. Sec GllAUCER. 
CiiAAVCOMBi:, [Wiltshire,] or, on a cross vert, 

five mullets ar. ( Another, one mullet.) 
C'liAWDnKY, ar. a fesse gu. in chief three tor- 

teauxes. 
('" \\\ I'LLS, az. two chev. or. 
C'n AAV i:nt, or Ciiaua F,NT, [Somersetshire,] paly 

ol six, ar. and az. a fesse gu. 
<-H.\\vlas, or, a mound sa. environed with a 

circle, and ensigued with a cross arellane gu. 



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CiiAWNliR, sa. a chev. betw. three cherubinis* 

heads or. — Crest, a sea Avolf's head, erased, ppr. 

Wotto, Jsil dcsprrandiim. [Borne by Thomas 

Chawner, Esq. of Ciiildford-slreet, Riisscll- 

srjuare, London. J 854.] 
C'riAAVNi-.V, [Yorkshire,] gu. a cross patonce, iir. 

on a chief az. a lion, passant, or. 
Chaicney, [fvOiidon,] or, on a chev. sa. betw. three 

birds az. niembered gu. as manv mnrtlets of fl.o 

field. 
CllAAYNING,o/-Ciii;\ I'MNC, [Che veiling, Kent,] 

veil, an eagle, (lisplaved, ar. ln,aked and mem- 

berod gu. ^ 
CiiAAVouTii, [Allroton, Deib)shirc,] az. two 

chev. or. 
Chaicorih. The .same as Cuaurf.s. 
Chaworth, barry of eight, ar. and gu. 
Chcnvorth, or Chnwers, az. tMO chev. ar. 
Chaworth, or Chuvell, [NottinghamshLrc,] barry 

of ten, ar. and gu. three martlets sa. 
Chcnvorth, [Siiilblk,] az. one (another, two, an- 
other, three) chev. or. 
Chaworth, barry of eight, ar. and gu. in the first, 

eight martlets, tliree, tA\o, U\o, and one, sa. 

[Home by Kichard Chaworth, of Oxford, LL. D. 

anno 104o.] 
Cliaworth, or Chadworth, or, a fesse, betw. three 

martlets, sa. 
Chaworth, barry of ten, ar. and gu. an orle of 

martlets, sa. 
Cliaworth, barry of eight, ar. and gu. an orle of 

martlets, vert. 
Chaworth, ar. four bars gu. a bend sa. 
Cliaworth, barry of six, ar. and gu. three martlets 

sa.— Crest, a tower, ar. out of the battlements, 

seven ostrich feathers of the last. 
CiiAAVRY, or Cmawrey, ar. on a chev. sa. betw. 

three birds az. as many annulets or. 
Chawry, or Chuurey, ar. gutlcc de larnes, two 

bars gii. 
Cliawry, [Kent,] ar. on a chev. sa. betw. three 

birds gu. as many annulets or. 
Chawrcy, or, on a chev. sa. betw. three birds az. 

beaked and legged gu. as many annulets of the 

first. — Crest, an arm erect, couped at the elbow, 

vested per pale, sa. and ar. holding in the hand 

ppr. a covered cup or. 
CuAAVRYX, paly of six, gu. and conrpony ar. and 

sa. on a chief or, three martlets gu. 
CiiAvvsE. Sec Chase. 
Chairsi/, [Lincolnshire,] ar. a chev. gu. within a 

bordnre sa. bezantee. 
Cheai.EP, gu. three eagle.s, disjila^ed, or, dncally 

crowned and armed ar. — Crest, an eagle's head, 

erased or, ducally crowned ar. [Home by Ben- 

jnmifi Cheali's, Esq. 18'2-l.] 



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Cheap, [Scotland,] ar. thrco cars of wlieaf, 

slipijcd, vort. — Crest, a <;arlj or, baiuUd \er(. 
C;iiECK.v, ar. a uhief az. 

CliEnDKR, sa. a rhcv. hetw. three escallops ar. 
Cltedcr, or Clucldcr, sa. a cliev. erin. betw. three 

escallops ar. 
Chcder, sa. a eliov. betw. three martlets ar. 
CiiEnKRTON, gii. a cross poteiit or. 
Chederlon, gu. a cross potent, crossed or. 
CiiEDlCKE, or CllUJlCKE, [Westbury, Wilts,] 

sa. 0)1 a chev. betw. three talbots' heads, erased, 

ar. as many flevir-de-lis of the first, withiu a 

bordure, engr. of the siH'oiid. 
Chcdicke. The same as Cii ADV.'ICK E, of Stafford- 
shire. 
CItediocIce, gu. on an inescocheon, betw. eight 

martlets in orle ar. a cross of the field. 
Chadioke, gu. an inescocheon, betw. two orles ar. 
Chidcuk, [Dorsetshire,] gu. an inescocheon, betw. 

eight martlets in orle ar. 
Chedle, ar. a fessc dancettee gu. 
Chedleworth, 07- CiiELDEWORTH, [Devon,] 

or, on a chev. gu. three martlets ar. 
Cheldeworlli, [Devon,] or, a chev. betw. three 

martlets gu. 
Chedword, or Cheldeword, or, on a chev. 

three martlets ar. 

Chedworih , az. a che^■. betw. three wolves' heads, 

erased, or. 
Chedworih, az. a chev. betw. three greyhounds' 

heads, erased, or. 
Chedicorth, az. a chev. betw. three foxes' heads, 

erased, or. 
Chedworih, [Devon,] gu. a chev. betw. three 

martlets, ar. 
Cheek, or Cheeke, [Motstone, Isle of Wight,] 

ar. three crescents gu. 
Cheek, [Abingdon, Berkshire,] ar. three ciuque- 

foils, each party per pale, vert and gu. 
Cheeke, Cheke, or Chike, [Suffolk,] ar. a fesse 

vaire, or and gu. betw. three water bougets az. 
Cheeke, [Burton, Somersetshire, and Suffolk,] 

erm. on a chief sa. three lozenges or. (Another, 

fusils.) 
Cheeke, [Suffolk,] or, a cock gu. 
Cheeke, ar. a fesse vaire, gu. and or, betw. three 

hurts. 
Cheeke, gu. a cock ar. 
Chcikc, [Essex,] ar. a cock g-u. armed, crested, 

and jelloped sa. 
Cheere, c)uarterly, orminois and gu. in the first 

quarter, an escallop sa. over all a label of five 

points, az. — Cresf, a taibot, passant, az. collared 

or, resting liis fore-])aw on an escallop of the 

last. [Borne by Charles Madri/ll Cheere, Esq. 

Passworth-Hall, Cambridgeshire, 18'i4.] 



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Cheere, [ \Vestmiuster,] quarterly, crmiuois and gn. 

over all a label of five points az.— Crest, a 

taibot, passant, az. collared or. 
Cheere, quarterly, erm. and gu. o\cr all a label of 

five points az. — Crest, a taibot, passant, az. 

collared and ringed or. {Granted to Sir Henry 

Cheere, of St. Margaret's, IVesl-minster, Bart. 

Jidl/SO, 17G6.] 
Chci/re, or Cheire, quarterly, or and gu. (Another 

adds a label of fi\e points az.) 
Cheffield, [Rutlandshire,] gn. a fesse, betw. 

six fleurs-de-lis or. 
CheJJidd, burry nebulee of six, ar. and sa. 
Cheffinch, or, on a chief, embattled, gu. three 

Ieopnrd.s' faces ar. [Confirmed to Willinm 

Citiffinch, Esq. one of the Pac/es of the Bed- 
chamber to King Charles IT. jidij IG. 1670.] 
Chein, [Scotland,] gu. a bend, Ijetw. six crosses 

pattee fitchee or. 
Chein, az. a bend ar. betw. six crosses pattee 

fitchee or. 
Chein, [Scotland,] gu. a bend betw. six cross cross- 
lets fitchee ar. 
Chein, [Essclmount, Scotland,] az. a bend, betw. 

six cross crosslels fitchee ar. 
Chein, [Scotland,] az. a bend, betw. six crosses 

pattee fitchee ar. 
Cheyne, [Scotland,] gu. a bend, betw. six cross 

crosslets fitchee ar. within a bordure erm. 
Cheyne, [Chelsea, ?iliddlesex,] chequy, or and az. 

a fesse gu. fretty ar. 
Cheldereey, ar. on a chev. betw. three falcons' ' 

heads, erased, sa. as many acorns or. 
Chelderley , ar. on a chev. sa. betw. three falcons' 

heads, erased, az. as many acorns or. 
Cheldon, [Suffolk,] az. a cross or. 
Chelisworth, gu. a chev. betw. three bucks' 

heads, cabossed, or. 
Cheleerey, ar. a whirlpool gu. 
Chellory, ar. a bend, wavy, gu. betw. two bend- 
lets o'f the last. 
Cijelley, ar. a bend, nebulee, cottised, gu. 
Chellei/, ar. on a bend, cottised, gu. a bendlet of 

the field. 
Chel.mick. See Chilmick. 
Chei.sham, sa. a [fesse, engr. ar. betw. three 

garbs or. 
Cheltenham, az. two b;u-s or, in chief, three 

crescents ar.— Crest, a demi eagle, displayed, 

ppr. 
CuEiViON, or Ciiii.TOX, ar. a chev. gu. 
Che.mere, az. on a fesse or, betv/. three roses nr. 

seeded and baibed ppr. a human heart gu. — 

Crest, a peer's helmet, or. 
Chemorton, or, on a bend gu. three goats vs. 

attired of the field. . 



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CmiNnoN, or Ciii:nedon, or, a lion, rampant, 

sa. crowned, ar. 
CiiiiNiJiflT, g^u. sc'iiiee of acorns or, a lion, ram- 
pant, ar. 
Chcnduit, gu. a lion, salient, guardant, ar. hcfw. 

six acorns or. 
Chcnduit, [Buckin^lianishirc] az. a clicv. oi', a 

label gu. 
("liJiNl'LL, or Cli):vNl-.L, paly of bix, ar. and az. 

on a chief or, tlirci^ niarllcts ga. 
Cbci/ncU, paly of .six, ar. and az. on a bend or, 

three martlets gii. 
Chcijuell, paly of six, az. and or, on a chief of the 

second; three martlets gu. 
Chajmll, paly of six, ar. and az. 
Chcijncll, or ChevUl, paly of eight ar. and az. on 

a chief or, three martlets gii. 
CnEXERTON, or CiilNiiRTON, [Cornwall,] ar. 

on a mount in base vert, a castle, trijde-towered 

and ])or(cullis sa. 

ClDiXKV. Sec ClU'LVNEV. 

CuEXSTOK, ar. a bend gu. 

CiiiZNYXoVT, or CiiEYXDUTT, [Bnchs,] az. a 
chev. or. 

CiiiiOKr:, or CnooK, [Berkshire,] ar. three 
ciuquefoils az. pierced gu. 

Clieohc, ar. three cinquefoils, per pale, ar. and gu. 
— Crest, a bird's head, sa. 

Ciiiii'STOAV, ar. a lion, rampant, within aburdare 
gu. charged ■with eight cross crosslets or. 

Chi:quku, chequy, ai'. aud az. 

CuERBEGOTT, [France,] or, three piles gu. on a 
fessc ar. as many escallops az. 

Clierbeot, [Tournay,] per pale, or and gu. on a 
fesse ar. three escallops az. 

CiiKRiiouRNJi, ar. two swords, in saltier, sa. 

Cherbron, ar. on a chev. betw. three eagles, dis- 
played, gu. as many plates. — Crest, a lion's 
gamb, erect, gu. holdingagriffin'shead, erased, or. 

CiiKRi'TSEV, az. a fesse, betw. three eagles' 
heads, erased, ar. 

Cheriston, or, on a bend gu. three goats, pas- 
sant, ar. attired of the field. 

Clteriion, or Cherylon, ar. a chev. betw. three 
rams' heads, erased, gu. attired or. 

Cherley, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three blue bottles 
az. slipped, vert. 

CiiERNOKE, [Cheshire,] sa. on a bend ar. as 
^ many crescents of the field. 

CiiKURY, [London,] ar. a fesse cngr. betw. three 
annulets gu. — Crest, a demi lion, ar. holding- 
out in the paw a gem ring or, enriched with a 
precious stone, ppr. the collet in pale, [^hleralds' 

^ OjTice, MSS. Vincent, No. 15J.] 

CiiEHin, sa. ou a fesse cngr. betw. tUi-ee fleurs- 
de-lis ar. as mauy escallops gu. -..-.. 



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Cnnnwoon, or Siierwoop, erm. three j)ellels, 
on each a mullet, pierced, ar. 

C/iencood, ei m. on a eiiev. sa. betw. three ogresses, 
a mullet of six points, jjiorccd, of the field. 

Chcrivood, erm. three ogresses, on each a muH'l, 
pierced, ar. 

CiiERYiiROND, gu. two .swords in saltier or. 

Cjieryton, ar. a chev. betw. three goats' heads, 
erased, gu. 

CIin;S!iROUClT, gu. three crosses pattee, in fesse, 
ar. betw. three water bougcts or. — Crest, a 
demi lion, rampant, gu. holding betw. the paws 
a cross pattee, or. 

CiiESBY, [Yorkshire,] ar. two boids gu. a canton 
orm. 

CiiEsnoN, ar. on a chev. sa. thn'e martlets of the 
field. 

Clicscdon, [Dorsetshire,] ar. on a chev. sa. betv, . 
three martlets of the field an eagle, displayed, or. 

CnESi;Li;ciRNE, [Dorsetshire,] az. a chev. betw. 
three eagles' heads, erased, or. 

CuESELDEN, or Chesseld icx, ar. a chev. betw. 
three chisels sa. 

CIteseldon, [ITolrombe, Devon,] or, on a chev. 
gu. three martlets ar. 

Chcsddnn, or ChcseJdyne, [Clippisham, Rutland- 
.sliirc,] ar. a chev. betw. three crosses raoline 
gu. — Crest, a talbot ar. spotted sa. collared and 
lined or. (Another, the talbot couchaut.) 

Chesckhn, [Devon,] or, on a chief gu. three mart- 
lets ar. 

Cheseldon, [Dorsetshire,] ar. on a chev. sa. three 
martlets of the field. 

Chcsscddon, ar. a chev. betw. three cross crosslefs gu. 

Chesildon, or, on abend gu. three martlets ar. 

CliESHAM, [Lancashire,] vert, on an inescocheon 
ar. a stag's head, cabcssed, gu. — Crest, a falcon, 
with wings expanded ppr. (Another crest, out 
of a ducal coronet, a lion's gamb, erect, or.) 

Chesham, chequy, ar. and vert, on a canton gu. a 
chess-rook of the first. — Crest, two arms, em- 
bowed, holding a chess-castle or. 

Chesham, vert, a buck's head, cabossed ar. atlired 
or, within a bordure of the second. 

Chesham, chequy, ar. and vert, on a canton gu. 
an ink moline of the first. 

Chesham, chequy, ar. and vert, on a canton gu. a 
chess-rook or. 

Cheshire, [Dublin,] az. on a bend ar. three 
fusils gu. betw. two arrows of the second. — 
Crest, a leopard's head ar. jessant three roses 
gu. leaved vert. [Grunted in Ireland, 1G18.] 

Chesshyre, gu. two lions' gambs, cheveronwa}s, 

betw. tlnec hawks' lures — Crest, 

a hawk's lure [Home hy the Rev. John 

■ Chesshyre, Jiectorof Little Easion, Essex, 1824.] 



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CriESUUi-L, Viiirtj ar. and gn. on a bend sa. tlirce 

escallops or. 
(luESLlN, [l^oiicldii,] gii. on a bond emhaltlod ar. 

tlirce towois, tii])lt; towered sa. — Crf s(, a 

tower ar. 
C/teslin, [f/ondon, ar. on a bend, eiiibatfled, and 

countcr-endjaltled v;n. throe towers, triple tow- 
ered, of tlie field. — Ciesi, a ncur-de-lis, per pale 

vert and az. 
Cftesslyn, [Londoi,-,] .... on abeudraguly 

three towers — Crest, a tower 

CuESMAX, [.Middlesex,] per fesse, embattled, ar. 

and sa. three mullets counterclianged. 
Clieesinan, [Kent,] per chev. embattled, sa. and 

ar. three mullets counterclianged, all Mithlu a 

bordure engr. erm. 
CilESNE, [France,] az. au oal; tree fructed [ipr. 
('HESSExnuX, ar. ou a cliev. gu. three martlets 
^ of the first. 
CuESTELL, per fesse, ar. and az. a ca'.tle gu. 

and four cscallojjs counterclianged. 
Chester, gu. a chev. ar. betw. three V'-'c'^l'^'s 

lozeiigy or. 
Cfies/er, per pale ar. and sa. a chev. bet\v. three 

rams' heads, erased, countcrchanged. — Crest, a 

rani's head couped ar. armed or. 
Chester, [Chichley, Buckinghamshire,] gu. two 

lions' hind fvft, issuing out from tlie dexter and 

sinister sides, meeting in fesse or, betw. three 

hawks' leures ar. — Crest, a lion's gamb, erect, 

and erased gu. holding a broken sword ar. hilt or. 
Chester, [Gloucestershire,] gu. two lions' giirabs, 

])er chev. couped or, betw. three hawks' leures 

ar.— Crest, the same as above. 
Chester, [Upley, Essex,] or, on a fesse gu. three 

cutlasses ar. pomelled of the field. — Crest, a 

cutlass ar. hilt and ])oinel or, environed with 

two branches of laurel vert. 
Chester, [Blabie, Lincolnshire,] erm. on a chief 

sa. a grifllii, passant, or, armed ar. — C'rest, a 

dragon, ])assant, ar. 
Chester, [Chichley, Euckinghamshire,] per pale, 

ar. and sa. a chev. betw. three rams' heads, 

erased, and attired or, all counterchanged, 

within a bordure, engr. gu. bezantoc. (Another, 
' the chev. erigr.) — Crest, a rain's head, erased, 

ar. armed or. 
Chester, [Amesbiiry, Gloucestershire,] gu. a lion, 

passant, erm. betw. three hawks' leures ar. 
Chester, ar. on a fesse gu. three cutlasses erect of 

the first, hilts or. [Granted to Robert Chester, 

of Lee, K^,ex,Fel>.Km.-] 
Chester, [Sir William, [,ord Mayor of London, 
. lo()0,] per pale, ar. and sa. a chev. engr. betw. 
three ram.s' heads, erased, horiied or, all counter- 
changed, within a bordure, engr, gu. bezantee. 



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Chester, erm. on a chief sa. a griffin, passant, ar. 
— Crest, a grillni, ])assant, erm. 

Chester, gu. a wolf's head, er;ised, ar. within an 
die of cross crosslets or. 

Chester, az. three garbs ar. 

Ciii;STr.i; FIELD, az. a fesse, dancettee, or, in 
chief three fleurs-de-lis of the second. (Ano- 
ther, the fesse indented.) ^ 

Chesterfield, az. a fesse, indented, betw. tlirce 
flenrs-de-lis or. 

CliESTEltMAN, [Wiltshire and Oxfordshire,] or, 
a griffin, rampant, with vings displayeil gu. 
within a bordure sn. pellettei'. 

CllLSTJCitroN, ar. a pile sa. and chev. counter- 
changed. 

Chest LET, per fesse ar. and az. a tower, betw. 
four escallops counterchanged. 

CiiESTLVER, gu. a lion, passant, or, on a chief 
sa. a tower ar. 

CiiESTON, [Mydcthall, Suffolk,] gu. three bars, 
vavy, parted per ban-y m avy, or and erm. over 
all a saltier gn. — Crest, a dexter gauntlet fcsse- 
ways ppr. holding a sword, erect, ar. hilt or, ou 
the blade, a man's head ppr. couped, issuing 
dro])s of blood at the neck, with an escroll be- 
hind tlie sword, with this motto, ilx merito. 

Chesull, barry wavy of six,- ar. and gu. on a 
bend sa. three escallops or. 

CliESWORTii, [Suflolk,] per pale gu. and ar. a 
pale engT. (anotlter, plane) or. 

CliesivoTth, gu. a pile or. 

Cheteeton, or Chetiltox, ar. on a chev. gu. 
five bezants, wthiu a bordure, engr. of the se- 
cond. 

CuEiiiAM, [London,] ar. a chev. gu. betw. three 
fleagms az. 

Chetluim, [Cheshire,] sa. a griffin, segi'eant, wings 
displayed or, a bordure gu. bezantee. 

Chethnin, [Suffolk,] ar. a' chev. gu. betw. three 
fleams sa. — Crest, a grillin, passant, reguar- 
dant ar. with wings endorsed or, charged on the 
shoulder with a crescent gu. 

Chetum, [Clayton, Lancashire,] ar. a gi-iffin, se- 
grcant, gu. within a bordure .sa. bezantee. — 
Crest, a demi grilKn gu. charged with a cross 
potent ar. 

Cni:T.MUEE, per chev. or and az. in chief three 
mullets of the second, in base a garb of the 
first. 

CriETTEE, [Suffolk,] az. a hind, passant, ar. 

Cliettle, or, three spiders az. 

CliETTLETON, ar. on a chev. gu. five bezants, all 
within a bordure, engr. of the second. 

Cin;r\VOOD, [Bucks,] ipiarterly, ar. and gu. a 
cross, formee, counterchajiged. — Crest, out ol 
a ducal coronet or, a demi lion gy. 



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Chelicood, [Bucks,] ar. a cross, formcc, pn. 
Chdwood, quarterly, ar. and tfu. four crosses, 

forince, countcrclian^cd. — Crest, out of a ducal 

coronet or, a denii lion, ranijiant, pu. cli;irgcd 

on the shoulder with a crescent of the fir.st. 
Chdwood, ar. a lion, rampant, gu. 
CiiKTWYN, [Grendon, Staffordshire,] ar. on a 

cross cngr. sa. five uiullcts of the field. 
Cheticyn, ar. on a cross engr. sa. five mullets or. 
Cltclv.yn, ar. two chcv. gu. 

Chclicijii, az. a crescent, bctw. three mulk:ts or. 
Cui'.TWVNO, [Ingentre, Staffordshire,] ux. a chev. 

betw. three mullets or. — Crest, a goat's head, 

erased, ar. attired or. 
Chctv-ijnd, [Rugely, Staffordsliire.] The same. 
C/ielwyndf, or CItehcyn, [Shropshire,] az. a chev. 

betw. three mullets, pierced, or. 
CllEUKUS, gn. a chev. betw. two goats in chief, 

resppctaut, and one in base, salient, ar. 
CiiKUJtiU SK, ar. a cross gu. betw. four eagles, 

displayed, a/,. 
Ciii:i'.SToy, ar. a bend az. 
Cheuslo)i, or, a bend az. 
CiiEVALL, [Herefordshire and Hertfordshire,] 

az. three liorses" heads, couped, ar. bridled gu. 
CiiEEVELEY, gu. a cock or. 
Chevening, vert, an eagle, displayed ar. armed 

&"• 
Chever, or CiiENEij, gu. three bucks ar. 
Ciii'.VERS, gu. a chev. betw. tv.'o goats, respec- 

tant in chief, and one in base, salient, ar. 
CiiEViiRCOT, sa. on a bend or, three bucks, trip- 

l)ant, gu. 
Cmeverell, [Wiltshire,] ar. three lions, passant, 

in pale sa. 
C'lieirrell, ar. on a saltier az. five ■v\atcr-bougets 

of. the field. 
C/uverell, or CJievcrall, ["Wilts, ] ar. three lions, 

rampant, sa. 
C/ieverfl/, ar. a chief az. 
ClicvcreH, gu. a cross, betw. two lozenges in chief, 

aud two goats' heads erased in base, or. 
ChcvtrcU, ar. on a saltier az. five bezants. 
Chcvcnjll, Chevcroi/ll, or Cheveroyk, ar. three 

lions, passant, sa. 
CiiEvi-RON, gu. two chcv. erm. 
CiiEVERSiuN, or, on a bend gu. three water- 

bougets ar. 
Cheverston, ar. a bend gu. 
C/teversloii, or, on a bend gu. three plates. 
Cdeverton, ar. ou a mount in base vert, a 

castle, triple towered, and portcullis sa. 
y- lure r Ion, gu. two chev. erm. 
<^'!IE\V, [[.oiidon and Bedfordshire,] az. a Catha- 
rine- wlieel or, betw. two grillins' heads, erased, 

T. — Crest, a griflin, sejant, ar. guttee de sang. 



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beaked, legged, and winged sa. re])Osing his 

dexter foot on a catharine-wheel gii. [Granted 

\blh Sept. ]70:3.] 
Chevdock, ar. a cross, enjp-. sa. -within a bordure 

of the last. 
CiiEVNDUiTT, ar. on a bend az. three cronels 

reversed or. 
Chct/ndule, gu. a lion, salient, reguardant, ar. 

within an orle of acorns or. 
Chevne, [Scotland,] gu. three cross crosslets 

fitchee or. — Crest, a cross crosslct fitchec .... 
CiiEYNEl.L. See Cheneel. 
CiiE^ Ni;\\ , or C'ni'.NEW, ar. a chev. gu. charged 

v.\{\i two chev. turned up erm. couchant dexter 

and sinister or. 
C/icijncw, or Clicyntcw, gu. a chev. ar. on a chief 

az. three leopards' heads or. 
Cni;YNEY, az. a fesse wavy, betw. three mart- 
lets or. 
Chri/ncy, [Tuddingtoii,] erm. on a bend az. three 

martlets or. 
Chcyncy, [Ivent, and Woodley, Berkshire,] erm. 

on a bend sa. three martlets or. — Crest, a bull's 

scalp or, the attire ar. 
Chci/)iey, [I'uddiugton, Bedfordsliire.] The same 

Cliryiiey, [Bedfordshire,] sa. six martlets, three, 
two, and 0!ie, or, a canton of tb.e socoud.- — 
Crest, a bull's scalp sa. attire or. 

C/icyiiey, ar. a bend, bctw. .six martlets sa, 

Cheyney, [Buckinghamshire.] ar. a fesse gu. in 
chief three martlets of the second. — Crest, a 
betir's head, erased, gii. environed round the 
neck twice with a chain, passing also through 
the mouth, ar. at the end a ring, or. 

Chci/nt-y, gu. three pales vair, on a chief or, three 
m'artlets of the field 

Clit'yni'y, [Cambridgeshire,] quarterly, ar. and sa. 
a bend lozengy gu. (Another, five lozenges in 
bend gu.) — Crest, a cap or, turned up az. on 
eacli side a feather, erect, ppr. 

Cheyney, or Chcnu. [Kent,] az. six lions, ram- 
pant, ar. three and three, a canton erm. — Crest, 

. a bull's scalp ar. attired or. 

Cheyney, [JJedfordshire,] az. six lions, rampant, ar. 
three and three. 

Chcymy, gu. a fret or, a label of three points erm. 

C/ieynei/, az. a fesse wavy, betw. three crescents 
or. 

Cheyney, [Somersetshire,] barry v\avy, az. aud ar. 
three crescents or. 

Cheyney, quarterly, sa. and ar. a bend lozengy or. 

Cheyney, quarterly, ar. and sa. on a bend gu. 
three lozenges or. (Another, ar.) 

Cheyney, gu. four lozutiges in fesse, ar. charged 
with as niiuiy ciuqucfoils sa. 

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Chfyiiei/, lozeng;y, nr. and az. a bend gii. frctty 

or. (Anolhvr, or and az.) 
Chcyney, [\Viltshire,] gu. a fesso lozengy ar. each 

charged villi an escallop sa. 
C/iei/nei/, quarterly, or and gn. a label of three 

points az. 
Cheyriey, or Chaun, ar. on a cliev. gu. t-tto cliev. 

or. 
Clicyncij, crm. on a bend gu. three martlets or. 
Cliri/iicy, gu. a fret of eiglit or, a label erni. 
Cheyney, chequy, or and az. a fesse gu. frctty ar. 
C/icyney, or Clienei/, [Uuckinghiuusliire,] chequy 

or and az. a bend gu. fietty erin. 
Cheyney, [Berkshire,] az. a hound, passant, bctw. 

tfiree crescents or. 
Cheyney, [Drayton, Euckinghamshire,] chequy or 

and az. a bend gu. frelty crm. 
Cheyney, az. six lions, rampant, or, a canton enn. 
Cheyney, or cle Caslincls, az. semee do estoiles, 

two lions, passant, or. 
Cheyney, az. a cross flowered or. 
Cheyney, [Cornwall,] quarterly, ar. and gu. five 

fusils in bend sa. 
Cheyney, [Piucourt, Devon,] gu. fi\e fv.sils iu 

fesse ar. on each an escallop shell sa. ( ylnother, 

[Devon,] four fusils.) 
Cheyney, chequy or and az. a fcsse sa. 
Cheyney, [Buckinghamshire,] ar. a fcsse betw. 

tliree martlets gii. 
Cheyney, chequy or and az. a fesse gu. fretty crm. 
Cheyney, chequy or and az. on a fesse gu. three 

lozenges ar. 
Chenie, gu. a fesse erm, betv, . two chev. or. 
Chaiey, ar. a fesse, betw. four martlets, tluce in 

chief and one iu base gu. 
Cheney, az. a cross Cory ar. 
Cheney, [Shurland, in "the Isle of Shcpoy, Kent,] 

az. six lions, rampant, ar. a canton erm. 

ClIRYRE, or ClIRVRE. ScoChEERH. 

Cheytor, or CiiETiTOR, [Butterlev, Durhtun,] 
per bend daucettec, {another, indented,) ar. 
and az. three cinquefoils countcrchauged. — 
Crest, a stag's head, erased, lozengy ar. and az. 
the dexter born ar. the sinister az. 

Chibnall, [Filmersham, Bedfordshire, North- 
ampton, and Attwcod, Buckiiighaiu.shire,] az. 

. two lions, passant, guardant, or, hetv/. two 
flauiiches erm. — Crest, a dragon's liead, erased, 
sa. ducally gorged and lined or. (Anuthcr 
crest, a wolf's head.) 

C/ncn, az. three lions, rampant, within a bordure 
ar. 

Chiche. az. tluce lions, rampant, or. (Anollier, 
ar.) 

ClUCnr.i.rY, or Chicih.KY, [Wimplcy, Cam- 
bridgeshire,] or, a chev. betw. three cinquefoils 



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gu. — Crest, a tiger, passiint, ar. holding in the 
mouth a man's leg, couped at the thigh ppr. the 
foot downwards. 

Chicheky, [Cambridgeshire,] or, a chev. betw. 
three trefoils, slipped, gu. 

Chichclcy, or, three cinquefoils gu. 

Chicheky, ar. a chev. betw. three goats' heads, 
erased, az. attired or, charged with as many 
lozenges of the third, on a chief sa. a lion, pas- 
sant, guardant, erm. 

Chichley, [Lord Mayor of Loudon, 141] and 
1421,] or, a chev. eugr. betw. three cinquefoils 
gu. 

Chichley, [Northamptonshire,] or, a chev. betw. 
tlu-ee cinquefoils gu. 

Cmciii-.STER, [Devon, and Melbury-Osmoud, 
Dorsetshire,] chequy, or and gu. a chief vair. — 
Crest, a stork, with wings endorsed ppr. holding 
in the beak a snake vert. 

Chichester, [Raleigh, Devonshire.] The same. 

Chichester, [Devon,] ar. on a canton sa. a stand- 
ing cup, covered, of the field. 

Chichester, [Lord Mayor of London, l:3o9,] erm. 
on a chev. sa. a covered cup ar. 

Chichester, erm. on a canton sa. a covered cupm. 

Cjiickies, az, three lions, rampant, within a 
bordure ar. 

Chidcroft, ar. three escallops gu. 

CiiiDERLEGH, [Connvall and Devonshire,] or, 
on a chev. az. bctv>". three cormorants' heads, 
erased, sa. as many acorns, slipped, of the 
field. 

CiilDERSLEY, [Devon,] ar. on a chev. betw. 
three birds' heads, erased, sa. as many acorjis or. 

CiiiDiuCK. See with Chedioke. 

Cjiidi.EY, or ChU'ELLY, [Devonshire,] erm. 
three lious, rampant, gu. 

Chiefly, g-u. a cock ar. — Crest, a lion's head, 
erased, or. 

ClUE.^LY, [Kersewell,] gu. a chev. voided, betw. 
three cinquefoils or. — Crest, an eagle, displayed, 
ppr. 

CIneshj, ar. three roses, shp])ed, gu. stalked vert. 
— Crest, a rose, as in the arms. 

CiiiEBORNE, or CHiiiiiOURNE, [Essex,] per 
pale, ar. and gu. on a chev. cngr. betw. tlnee 
gauntlets, as many cinquefoils, all counter- 
changed. — Crest, a hawk's head, erased, az. in 
the beak a ring or, to m hich hangs a spur-rowel 
(or estoiJe) of the last. 

Child, quarterly; first and fourth, gu. a chev. 
engr. erm. betw. three eagles, ar. for Child ; 
second, quarterly, ])er fesse indented, enn. and 
az. for Lacon; third, ar. a saltier sa. for Baldwin. 
—Crest, iui eagle, with wings exj)auded, ar. 
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[Borne by WUlium Lacon C/iild, of Kinlet, 
Shropslure, Esq. 1824.] 

Clii/d, [Loudon, and Newton, Norlliaiiiptoiishire,] 
vert, two bars eugr. ar. lietw. three leopards' 
heads or. — Crest, a leo])ard's head or, Ijctw. two 
hiurel hranclies |)pr. 

CliiU, [Lungley-r.crry, Hertfordsliiic,] az. a 
fessc, embattled, erm. betw. three eagles, close, 
or. — Crest, an eagle, with wiugs expanded, 
erm. holding in the beak, a trefoil, slipped, 
\ert. 

Child, [London,] gu. a chev. engr. erm. betw. 
three eagles, close, ar. each gorged with a du- 
cal coronet or. — Crest, on a rock ppr. an eagle, 
rising, with wings endorsed, ar. gorged with a 
dncal coronet or, holding in the beak an adder 
ppr. \ Granted Jnmjcir</2S, 1700.] 

Child, [S\'anstead, Esses,] gu. acliev. engr. erm. 
betw. three eagles, close, ar. (Aiioihcr, or.) — 
Crest, an eagle, with wings expanded, ar. en- 
veloped ronnd the neck with a snake ppr. 

Child, [Sir Francis, Lord ftlayor of Loudon, 
IGilt).] The same. 

Child, [Worcestershire.] The same. 

Child, [Surat, East Indies,] vert, t^^o bars, engr. 
betw. three leopards' heads, or. — Crest, a leo- 
pard's head or, betw. two laurel branches ppr. 

Child, gu. a chev. erm. betw. three eagles, perch- 
ing, or. 

Child, [Wanstead-Iloase, Essex,] gu. a chev. 
erm. betw. three eagles, close, ar. 

Child, erm. on a chief, indented, gii. three escal- 
lops or. 

Childboune, [London,] per pale, ar. and gu. 
on a chev. engr. az. thiee ciuquefoils erm. betw. 
as many gauntlets, counterchanged. 

CiiiLDEKS, [Yorkshire,] ar. a cross pattee gu. 
betw. four oval buckles, tongues erect, az. — 
Crest, a cubit arm, erect, habited in chain ar- 

. mour, and holding iu the gauntlet ppr. a Inickle, 

• erect, as in the arms. [Borne, quarlerli/, with 
Wcdhank, ly John Waihanh C'hilders, Esq. of 
Canlley, ntar Doncaster, 1824.] See Plate of 
Arms. 

CniLUROY, or, on a bend az. three maitlets of 
the field. 

CuiLMicK, [llagdon, Shropsliire,] vert, three 
. . lions, rampant, guardant, or. — Crest, a lion, 
sejant, guardant, or, supporting, with the dex- 
ter paw, an escocheon vert. 

Chilton, lozengy, or and az. an eagle, displayed, 
erm. armed of the first. 

Chilton, ar. a chev. vert. — Crest, a boar's head, 
couped at the neck, or, in the mouth, two roses, 
0"e ar. the other gu. leaved and stalked vert. 

Chilton, [Wye, Kent, and Cadiz, Spain,] ar. a 



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chev. gu. within a bordure, gobonated, or arid 

az. — Crest, a griiliii, passant, sa. bezantee. 
Chilton, az. on a chov. iU". three inulleL*, within a 

bordure sa. 
Chilton, az. on a chev. ar. three mullets, jiierccd. 

sa. within a bordure of the second. 
Cm I, WORTH, ar. a fesse, betw. three bucks' 

heads, couped, sa. 
Chihvorth, or Childtvorth, [Devon,] or, on a 

chev. gu. three martlets ar. 
Chiltcorth, ar. on a fesse sa. betw. three bucks' 

heads, couped, gu. a rose of the field. 
CiiiN, or CiiiXN, harry of six, vair and gu. 
Chinkr, (^A^orcestershire,] ar. a chev. engr. gu. 
CiiiNKRTON, [Cornwall.] The same as Cheni-r- 

TON. 

CiiiNSTON, or. Oil a bend gu. three water-bou- 

CiUNNiatv, [I'iintfield, Ireland,] az. a cbev. 
orm. betw. three lions, rampant, or. — Crest, 
on a roundle or, an eagle, with wings expanded, 
ppr. gorged with an eastern coronet of the lirsi. 

CniNSTON, or, on a bend gu. three guttes ar. 

CjiH'MAN, sa. two lions, passant, and counter- 
])assant, betv/. two chev. ar. 

Chipman, [Bristol,] ar. a bend, betw. six estoile.s 
gu. — Crest, a leopard, sejant, ar. murally 
crowned gu. 

Ciiii'MANI)1:n, gu. a chev. vair, betw. three es- 
callops ar. 

Cair.MERUEN, or, a chev. sa. befw. three colum- 
bines az. 

CHiPNA.vr, [Herefordshire,] gu. a chev. betw. 
three dolphins, embowed, ar. 

Clili'PENDALK, [Leicestershire,] az. two lions' 
gambs, issuing out of the base of the escocheon, 
and forming a chev. ar. betw. the gambs, a 
fleur-de-lis or. — Crest, a lion's gamb, erect, ar. 
holding a fleur-de-lis or. 

CiniM'KMi.'^M, or Chh'MAX, [Hertfordshire,] 
gu. on a chev. betw. three dolpliins, erabov.ed, 
ar. an ermine .s|)ot sa.' — Crest, a triton, or mer- 
man, ppr. habited in ai-mour, helmet or, over 
his shoulder a sash ai'. holding in liis dextei 
hand a pennon, thereon the word Jesus. 

Chippenham, [Herefordshire,] gu. on a chev. 
betw. three dolphins, turned round, with their 
tail ill their mouth ar. an ermine spot sa. 

Chipenham, sa. two chev. ar. iu chief, as many 
lions, combatnut, or. 

Chipenham, or Chipnam, sa. betw. two chev. ar. 
as many lions, passant, respecting each other, 
the first sa. the other as the chevcrons. 

Chitpek, gu. three escocheons or. 

CiilPPlNDALL, az. sem6e of fleurs-de-lis, or, two 
lions' gambs, erect, and erased, fesseways, ar. 
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CHI 

CniRciiiLi,. See CHUUciirLL. 

Ciiiuihrom), or CHiiiiiKOM), gn. two swords 

- hi saltier ar. hilts and ponifls or. 

CllIRKliUlLL, sa. a lion, rampant, ar. depre>»;c(l 
with a bend p,ii. 

ClilSCOTT, [Iveiit,] per pale, ar. and az. a castle 
f> II. 

CmsELDiNK, ar. a chev. botw. three crosses mo- 
liue gu. — Orest, atalliot, couchant, ar. spotted 
su. eared and collared gii. chained or, the end 
terminating' in a bow-knot of the last. 

Chisknhai.l, [Chisenhall, Lancashire,] ar. three 
cross crosslets bottonee, ■within a bordure, cngi'. 
gu. — Crest, a griflin, )Kissant, gu. beaked and 
legged ar. collared and lined of the lirst, the 
collar charged with three cross crosslets of the 
second. 

Chisenal, or (J/dsenhalf, [Lancashire,] ar. tliree 
cross crosslets, bottonee, fitchee, within a bor- 
dure, ongr. gu. — Crest, a griflin, segreant, gu. 

Chisenal. The same, with the bordure plain. 

C/iisncil/, ar. three crosses, bottonee, gu. within a 
bordure of the last. 

CniSiiAi.L, ar. ou a cross cngr. sa. live mullets of 
the iield. 

ChishuU, [Essex,] quarterly, ar. and gu. a cross 
pattee, connterchanged. 

Chisttll, quarterly, ar. and gu. a cross (lowered, 
counterchanged. 

Chissell, or Cliussell, ar. throe bars nebulee g\i. 
on a bend sa. three mullets or. — Crest, three 
chisels ar. handles or, two in saltier, the han- 
dles in base, and one in pale, the handle in 
chief. 

C/iiswell, [Lnnduu,] ar. two bars nebulee gu. 
over all, ou a bend engr. sa. a rose, betw, two 
mullets or. — Crest, a dove, with wings dis- 
played, ar. beaked and legged gu. standing on 
a bezant, and holding in the beak a laurel branch 
vert. [Granled April \o, 1714.] 

C/u'.siue//, quarterly ; first and four(l!,ar. two bars ne- 
bulee, over all, on a bend cngr. sa. arose betw. 
two mullets or, lor C'/'i/iiw//,- second and third, 
per pale, ar. and az. on the dexter side two 
pallets sa. over all a bend or, for French. — 
Crest, of Chistwell, ou a bezant, a dove, rising 
ppr. in his beak an cilive branch verl. [GranleU 

1o Mailman, of Dehbcn-Uall, lissex, 

lo lake iltc nmne and arms of French Chisirell, 
bij siqn mniiual, dated December iO, 1773.] 

ChiiswoRi II, ar. a pale cngr. gu. 

Chiswurtit, gu. a pale engr. or. 

CiHTOKr, a/,, a bull, passanl, ar. 

Ciin-TKRcuuiTi;, or CiiiTLCi'.oi t, ar. a bend 
engr. gu. 

Cjutting, quarteily, :u-. and az. ou a bend gu. 



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three <]uatrefoils [^Borne by Henry 

Chit tiny. Esc/. Chester, Temp. Car. /.] 
CniTTiNGK, [Sudolk,] quarterly, ar. and az. on 
a bend gu. betw. two talbots' heads, erased, ar. 
three quatrefoils of the first. 

Chiltlnyc, quarterly, ar. and az. on a bond gu. 
three quatrefoils of the first. — Crest, a talbots 
head, erased, ar. 
GniTTOCK, az. ahull, pas.-^ant, ar. 

Chittdki:, [Suffolk,] ar. a bull, passant, az.— 
Crest, a denii stag |ipr. attired or. 

Chittv, [Lord ]\huor of l^ondon, 1760,] gu. a 
chev. erni. iu chief three talbots' heads, erased, 
or. — Crest, a talbot's head, couped, or. 

CiiivKRTON, [Lord Mayor of London, 1058.] 
ar. on a mount iu base vert, a t0A\cr, triple 
towered sa. 

CllOARK, [Lincolnshire,] harry of twelve, ar. 
and gu. three martlets sa. — Crest, ou the top of 
a tower ar. port sa. a low of feathers or. 

Choku, gu. three bars wavy, within a bordure ar. 

Choke, [Aviugtou, Berkshire,] ar. three cinque- 
foils, per pale, gu. and az. — Crest, a stork's 
head, pi>r. beaked gn. 

Choke, [Abingdou,] gu. three bars wavy ar. — 
Crest, out of a ducal coronet, or, adeniistork, 
displayed, ar. beaked gu. 

Choke, ar. three crescents gu. 

Choke, ar. three cinquefoils, v ithin a bordure gu. 

Choke, [Berkshire,] ar. three cinquefoils gu. each 
charged with a hurt. 

Chuke, barry wavy of six, sa. and or, (another, 
ar.) within a bordure of the first. 

CuOLMKLF.Y, [Loudon,] gn. a sword in fesse, 
betw. a helmet, and three garbs or. 

Cholmeley, [Che.shire,] gn. two helmets iu chief 
ar. and a garb in base, or. 

Cholmeley, [Whitby, Yorkshire.] The same arms. 

Cholmley, [Ryple, Worcestershire,] gu. in chief 
two helmets ar. in base a garb or, on a fleur- 
de-lis of the last, a crescent for diflerence. — 
Crest, a helmet ar. [Granted lii^'i.'] 

Cholmley, or Cholmeley, [Yorkshire,] gu. a cliev. 
ar. betw. three helmets of the second. 

Cholmley, gu. a crescent erm. betw. a hehnet and 
a garb in pale or. 

Cholmondley, [Whitby, Yorkshire, and Sun-ey,] 
gu. in chief two helmets ar. in base, a garb or. 
—Crest, a derai griflin sa. beaked, winged, 
and meiiibered or, holding betw. his claws a 
helmet |)pr. 

Cholmondley. [Vale-Iloyal, Cheshire.] The same, 
v\ith due dili'erence. 

Cholmondley, [Barnsby and lloksby, Yorkshire.] 
gu. two helmets in chief, and a garb in base or, in 
a crescent erm. a fleur-de-lis or, for diflerence. 



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CiioLWiCH, per pale, or anrl ar. tlirce cliev. sa. 
over all a iilt; of as manv lambcauxcs f;ii. 
[Gra7i(i'(l to Willinm C/iotwirh, vf C/tolwicIi, 
Devon, June (5, ]()T)7.] 
Chohcicli, per ])alc, sa. and ar. three cIk'n . conn- 
tercliaii,s;od.— Crest, a lion's gaml), erect and 
erased, sa. supporting- an ancieiit carved shield or. 
("iiuLWlLL, or CiiOL\lLE, [Devonshire,] ar. 
on a bend az. three arro'.vs or, feathered and 
headed of the first, their heads tov.ards the 
chief. — Crest, a linnet ])pr. [G7-anledlGV3.] 

Vholiiill, [Devon,] ar. on a bend sa. three arrows 
or, pliinied and feathered, of the field. \('on- 
firmed to Thomas C/iolicil/, of LoilesforJ, De- 
vonshire, November '2H, 1G13.] 

Chohcelt. The same arms. 

C'hooki", az. on a chev. ar. bctw. three cinrpiefoils 
erni. two lions, combatant, ppr. — Crest, an ibex's 
liead, erased, ar. ducallv por!;cd and horned or. 

CfioriN, fir. a chev. az. be1\v. three pheasants 
(cocks) vert, beaded and legged gu. 

Ciiorli;y, [Chorley, Lancashire, and Ix^ek, 
Stafiordshire,] or. a cliev. gn. betw. three blue- 
bottles, slipped, ppr. — Crest, on a chapeati gu. 
ttinied up crm. a hawk's bead, erased, ar. 

Choi'ley, [Cheshire and Lancashii'e,] sa. a stag, 
lodged, ar. 

Chorley, ar. three trees, erased, vert. 

CiiORLTOx, or, three ])iles, and a canton erni. 

CiiouGHTON, or, three swords, banvays, points 
to the dexter, sa, 

Chowe/hlon, [Kent,] or, three ssvords in fosse az. 

CiiouTE, [Betbersden, Kent,] gu. three broad- 
swords, barways, the middle with its point to 
the dexter, the others to the sinister, ar. hilts 
and poniels or, within an orle of ranllefs of the 
third, on a canton, per fosse, ar. and vert, a lion 
of England. 

CiiowMK, [Fairland, Kent,] sa. three tbatcher's 
hooks, in fesse, ar. — Crest, a gauntlet ar. hold- 
ing a broad arrow sa. feathered of the first. 

CiiowKEY, ar. two bars gu. betw. nine guttes az. 
three, three, and three. 

CiiowTiiTON, or, three swords, liar^ays, az. 
hiked sa. ]Kinielled gii. (wo pouitingto flie sinis- 
ter, and one to the dexter side of tiie esco- 
clieon. 

Ciiui?,i5i;Euor, [Tournay,] or, tliree pales gu. 

CiiiMSTJE, ai'. a saltier betw. four mullets sa. — 
Crest, a branch of laurel ppr. 

Christie, ar. a chev. betw. three wells sa. CA/m- 
Ihfir, the wells gu.)— Crest, a phoenix's head, 
ill flames of fire ppr. 

Christie, [Scotland,] or, a saltier, cantoned, with 
lour mullets sa. 

(-Christie, [Scotland,] or, a saltier, invecked, can- 



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toned with four mullets sa. —Crest, a holiv- 
branch, withered, with leaves sprouting out 
anew. 

Christie, [Aberdeen.] or, a saltier, indented, 
betw. four mullets sa. 

Christie, or, a saltier, cngr. betw. four nii'il<-Ls 
sa.— Crest, a holl\-Muni'i), leavetl and fruc(.-d 
ppr. 

CiUMSTMAS, [London,] gn. on a fesse, raguh, 
ar. three martlets sa. a canton erm. — Crest, an 
arm, embowed, pjjr. habited or, covered with 
leaves vert, supporting a staff, couj)ed, and ra- 
guly ar. 

Chrislinns, [Essex,] gu. on a fesse or, betw. three 
conies ar. a crescent az. betw. (wo iiuirllets sa. 

Christmas, gu. on a fesse, betw. tliree conies ar. 
as many mullets sa. 

Christmas, or Crislmus, gn. on a fesse or, bctv . 
three hares ar. a crescent or, betw. two mart- 
lets of the first. — Crest, an arm, cliarged with 
two bars, one or, tli3 other gu. holding in the 
hand jipr. a double branch of roses, llov.ered gu. 
leaved vert. 

Chuistonsox, [Devon,] az. a bend, indented, 
or and erm. cottised counterchanged. 

Christopher, [Loudon,] per chev. wavv, az. 
and erminois, a chart of Chesteiiield's "inlet, 
betw. two estoilcs in chief ar. and on a mount 
in base vert, a beaver, passant, jjpr. — Crest, on 
a wreath, two arms, embowed, vested az. the 
hands ppr. supporting an anchor, erect, sa. cable 
ar. 

Chiustopher.=i, ar. a chev. betw. tliree pine-ap- 
))les gu. leaved vert. 

CliUBUE, [Dorset,] az. a cross or, botv,'. four 
bezaids. — Crest, a demi lion, ay., holding a 
bezant. • 

CnUPEKiGii, [Ashton, Devonshire, and .Strode. 
Dorsetshire,] erm. three lions, ramjiant, gu. — 
Crest, a savage man ppr. side faced, in his dex- 
ter hand, a staff, clubbed, aiid sjjikcd or, witli f. 
bugle-horn hung over his sinister shoulder, and 
v.Teathed about the loins and foinjiles vert. 

Chiidlcgh, ar, three lioi'.s, rair.i)ant, gu. 
CnimMOUrn, or, a fcs;;-, betv,-. three marileis 

Chi'X, vert, on a chief ar. three j>a"ies gu. 

Chitn, vair, tiiree pales gu. 

Chi. liDiiAii, [Slingfield, .Sussex,] chequy. ar. 
and sa. on a bend gu. three lions' hea.ds, er.ised, 
or. — Cr(>t,;!(iger, pass;;nt, ar. iufted and maat-d 
or. 

CfiuuciiE, [Essex,] ar. on .a fjse, engr. betw. 
three gTcyhound.s' heads, tra.cd, s.i. ctillared 
or, as many trefoils, slipjied, of the hist — 
Crest, a demi greyhound sa. gorged wi'h a co!- 



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lar or, chnvgod with tlirec lozenges gu. holiJing- 
a trefoil or. 

Chinche, [IjcUoh, Sliropsliirc, mid CLcKJiirc,] nr. 
on a cliev. gu. betw. three gToyhounds' lieads, 
erased, su. as many bezauts. — Crest, a grey- 
hound's head, erased, erni. collared and winged 
or. 

Churche, [Ivirles-Colne, Essex,] gu. a fesse nr, 
in chief three sinister gauntlets ppr.— Crest, an 
arm, erect, in armour ppr. garnished or, hold- 
ing a baton of the last. 

Church, gu. a fesse or, in chief three gauntlets 
ar. 

CiiVi:c'l!KV, [Drccon,] ar. on a fesse gu. bet\r. 
three greyhfunid.';' heads, era^^ed, sa. collared or, 

as many trefoils — Crest, a greyhound's 

head, erased and collared, as in the arms, in 
his mouth a trefoil, slipped, gu. 

Churchjll, sn. a lion, rampant, ar. on a canton 
of the second, a cross g\\. — Crest, a lion, 
couchnnt, guardaiit, ar. holding a banner of ihe 
last, charged with a hand, erect, gu. 

Churchill, or ChircJiill, [Chiirchill-Hcnhury, Dor- 
setshire, and Somersetshire,] sa. a liosi, ram- 
pant, ar. debruised with a bcndlet, gu. — Crest, 
out of a ducal coronet or, a dcmi lion, rampant, 
ar. 

Churchill, [Devonshire and Dorsetshire.] The 
same. 

CHURCini.VN, 0;- CuiRCiiM.VN, [Shropshire,] ar. 
two bars sa. in chief as many pales of the se- 
cond.— Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a demi 
lion, rampant, ar. 

Churchman, [London,] barrj- of four, sa. and ar. 
on a chief of the second, two jiales of the first. 
—Crest, on a garb, lying fesseways, or, a cock, 
ar. beaked, legged, and wattled, gu. 

Churchman, sa. two bars, and as many pallets in 
chief ar. 

CiiURLTS, ar. on a bend sa. three cinquefoils or. 

C'hitrlilSS, ar. on a bend sa. three cinquefoils, 
pierced, or. 

ChurIvTV, [Kent,] paly of six, or and az. a can- 
ton erm. 

Chute, [Vine, Hampskire,] gu. three swords, 
extended, biirways, the points to the dexter 
ar. hilts and pomels or.— Crest, a gauntlet ppr. 
holding a broken sword ar. hilt and pomel or. 

Chile, [Iliucksell-Place, Kent,] gu. scnu'e de 

mullets or, three swords, barways, ppr. the mid- 

- dlenio.st encountering the other two, a canton, 

per fesse, ar. and vert, thereon a lion of Kng- 

land. — Crest, a gauntlet ])pr. holding a broken 

sword ar. hilt and pomel or. 

Chiile, or Chowie, [Norfolk.] The same. 

Chute, gu. three swords, liarways, ar. hilteJ or. 



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betw. an orlc of inuUets of the last.— Crest, a 
gauntlet ppr. holding a broken sword ar. hilt or. 

CnUTZ, gu. three sv.ords in pale ppr. — Crest, ;> 
cubit arm in armour, liolding in the gauntlet a 
sword, broken oft' at the ))oint, all ppr. 

CiiVMKRSTON, or, on a bend gu. three watcr- 
bougots ar. 

CiiYNKDON, ar. three escallo])s gu. 

CfiYNT.R, ar. a chev. engr. gu. 

CiiYNON", ar. achev. cmbatlled, lietw. tluee ra- 
vens' heads sa. 

CiiVNSTuN, or CfiVNERi .STON, or, on a bend 
gu. three goats ar. 

CiiYRFOLD, ar. abend az. betw. two cottises sa. 

CiiYOUAL, ar. a cross crosslet, fitchee, -withiji a 
b ordure gu. 

ClIYTTJiCROFT, ar. a bend, engr. gu. 

Chyver, ar. a chev. engr. gu. 

Chyus\on, or, a bend ar. guttee de I'eau. 

ClCELLK, SeeCEClLL. 

CiKDELEKS, per pale, indented, ar. and gu. 

CiLMiN Trokd Dec, [Wales,] quarterly ; first 
and fourth, ar. an eagle, displayed, with two 
heads sa. ; second and third, aj-. three fire- 
brands gu. tired ppr. over all on an inescoclieon 
ar. a man's leg, couped at the thigh, sa. 

CiOCHES, [NortliamptonshJre, 7th King John,] 
ar. two bars gu. 

CirRiANl, or, an eagle, displayed, sa. crowned 
gu. withiii a bordure az. charged with three 
fleurs-de-lis in chief or. — Crest, an eagle, dis- 
played, as in the arms. [Borne hj ihe late 
Philip Cipriaid, Esq. of liarlcy-Slrcet, Caven- 
dish-Square, London, one of ihe CIdef Clerks 
of His Jilajesti/'s Treasury, ivho die.d\^-2\).'] 

CiPRUS, barry of twelve, ar. and az. OAer all a 
Hon, rampant, gu. 

CiRCESTLR, [Warwickshire,] ar. a chev. az. « 
label gu. 

ClZELLKY, [Barking, Essex,] az. a chev. betw. 
three stags, trippant, ar. as )nany fleurs-de-lis of 
the fn-st.' 

Clabrock, or Cleybrome, [Kent and Mid- 
dlesex,] ar. a cross pattee gu. — Crest, out of a 
ducal coronet or, a demi ostrich ar. v.ith wings 
disjjlayed erm. holding in his mouth a horse-shoe 
sa. 

Clack, gu. an eagle, displayed, enii. within a 
bordure engr. erminois. — Crest, a demi eaglo 
or, wings erm. [Granted io Richard Clack, 
of Hcrcfnrd, and Wullinqford, Berks, Nov. 13, 
i7G8.] ■ '\ 

Clagktt, [Kent and Loiec;:!,] erm. ou a fosse 
sa. three pheous or. — Crest, an eagle's head, 
erased, erm. ducallv crowned or, betw. two wings 



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Cf-AMJ5EUL0W, Cjuarteily, f^u. aud or, ou tlie 

dexter quarter four lozenges in cross ar. 
Clambow, [Somersetshire,] paly of six, or and 

az. on. a fesse gu. Ibrce nuillets of six points of 

the first. 
Vlainhow. The same, Avith plain mullets. 
Clumhow. [Somersetshire,] |ja!_\ of six, ar. and 

a/., ou a fesse gu. three mullets of the first. 
Cl-AMOND, [Lansells, Cormvall,] ar. a chev. 

betw. three fieiirs-de-lis pu. — Crest, a gridin, 

segreant, or. 
Clanb, or Ci.ANDi;, [Essex,] ar. oji a bend gu. 

three escallops or. 
Claniu, ar. ou a bend gu. three escallops or. 
Clanranold, az. a buck's head, cabossed, or. 
CU.APiiA^f, ar. ou a bead sa. three covered tups 

of tiie field. 
Claphcun, [London ai!d Northaniptonshire,] ar. on 

a bend az. cotlised gu. six lieurs-de-lis or, two, 

two, aud two.- — Crest, a lion, rampant, sa. col- 
lared ar, holding' a sword of the last, hilt or. 
Clapham, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three gimblets sa. 
Claphaiii, ar. a chev. betw. nine g'imblets sa. 
Claphum, [Yorkshire and Warwickshire,] ar. ou 

a bend sa. six tleurs-de-lis or, two, two, and 

V,\ o. 
Clapham, [Yorkshire,] ar. ou a bend a.'., six flenrs- 

de-lis or, tw o, tw o, and tw o. 
Clapham, [Scoflaud,] ar. a liou, rampant, gu. on 

his head a helmet az. — Crest, a dexter hand 

holding- a helmet ppr. 
Clapham, ar. on a bend sa. three cups, covered, 

of the field, a trefoil, slipped, in the sinister 

corner of the second. 
Clake, [Earl of Gloucester,] or, three chev. gu. 
Clare, or, a quarter gu. 
Clare, az. a bend and chief indented or. 
Clare, [Dabiton, Wojcestersliire,] or, three chev. 

gu. -Nvitluu a bordurti sa. — Crest, a stag's head, 

cabossed, ppr. 
Clare, or, three chev. gu. within a hordure enj^r. 

az. 
Clare, [Shropshire,] or, three chev. crmiiies.— 

Crest, a stag's liead, cabossed, ppr. 
Clare, or Clarence, l±oitoiir of, per chev. gu. and 

az. two lions, rampant, afTroutee, or. 
Clare, [Leicestershire,] or, three chev. g^u. >sithiu 

a bordure az. bezantee. 
Clare, [Earl of Pembroke,] ar. on a chief az. 

three crosses pattee, litchee, of the field. 
Clare, [Earl of Pembroke,] or, tlaxe chev. gu. a 

crescent az. 
Clauki.l, [Yorkshire,] gu. six nuutlets ai'. three 

two, and one. 
Ci..\HKNAui.X, [Yorksliire,] sa. a sahier or, a 

mullet in chief ar. 



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Clakendon, or, on a bend sa. three ostrich fc.i- 
ther.s ar. passing- through as many scrolls of th" 
field. ( Another, the scrolls ar.) 

Clarkux, [Croft, Yorkshire,] az. a chev. eiin. 
betw. three aimulets ar. on a chief or, three 
martlets gu.— Crest, a dialer ppr. the top of 
the head gu. 

Claugeis, [Middlesex,] barry of ten, ar. iu;d 
az. on a canton sa. a rain's head, erased, of the 
first, armed w i(h four horns or.- — Crest, out of a 
ducal coronet ar. a ram's hea<l, as in the arms. 

Clahke, gu. a bear, sejant, betw. three mullets 
ar. — Crest, a bear, as in the anns, supporling 
a battle-axe, erect, az. [Borne, qnar/erli/, 
icilh Slatili'i/, hy William Stanleij Clarice, iV-q. 
of Elm-Bank, LeatherhcuJ, .Surrey, 1&^,.'] 

Clarke, ar. three ravens sa. 

Clarke, [Sandford,] az. two bars or, on a cliiei' of 
the last, three escallops sa. 

Clarke, [London,] sa. on a ))ale ar. the letter Y 
gu.— Crest, on a ])late ar. the letter Y gu. over 
ita scroll,Avilh this motto AlA 'THS STENHS. 

Clarke, [London,] ar. on a bend engr. az. a cross 
crosslet, fitchee, or. — Crest, a demi lion, ram- 
]iant, or, iioldiuga cross crosslet, fitchee az. 

Clarke, [Loudon,] per fesse, ar. and gu. a pale, 
counterchangcd, tliree greyhounds' heads, erased, 
of the second. 

Clarke, [London and Somersetshire,] or, two 
bars az. in chief three escallops gu. — Crest, un 
arm, embowed, in armour ppr. holding in the 
gauntlet an arrow or, headed and featiiered ar. 

Clarke, [Ijondon and Gloucestershire, 158G,] or, 
two bars az. in chief thi'ec escallops of the se- 
cond, — Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a de;ni 
lion ppr. 

Clarke, [Loudon,] or, on a bend engr. az. three 
lozenges of the first.— Crest, a talbot's head, or, 
gorged with a fesse engr. az. charged with thn e 
lozenges or. 

Clarke, [Lo!)don,] ar. on a bend gu. betw. three 
ogresses, as many sw ans y\>v. 

Clarke, [Kent,] sa. two pales, -wavy, erni. 

Clarke, [Bridgar, Kent,] erm. three pales, va\y, 
sa. — Crest, a lleur-de-lis per pale, ar. and sa. 

Clarke, [Ford, Kent, and I'ss-vx,] or, on a bend 
engr. az. a cinquefoil of the first. — Crest, a 
greyhound's head, couped, or, charged on the 
neck with a cinquefoil az. 

Clarke, [Kent,] erm, on a fesso gu. three be- 
zants. 

Clarke, [Kent,] gu. ou a fesse engr. or, betw. 
three cinquelbils crm. two swans' necks, erased, 
sa. befiiccd gu. on their necks three guttes 
cl'arges, fesscways. 

Clarke, [Kent, Pat. 1G21,] barry of four, vort and 



C L A 

>;u. tliree pl.-.tcs. — Crest, an imlcorn's head, 
erased, ar. rrincd and armed or, gorged a\ ith a 
collar, '^\i. cliLirgcd with three phites. 

Clarke, [JJedlbrdshire,] per cliev. az. and ar. in 
cl)ier tliree hm])ards' heads or, in base an eagle, 
displayed, gii. — Crest, a goat salient, ar. attired 
or, a;;'aiiist a pine tree ])pr, 

Clarl.e, [Diinduii, Biickinj^hamsliire,] per ehfn-. 
az. and ar. three eagles, displayed, counter- 
changed, in chief a leujiard's iaee or. — Crest, a 
goat, ar. attired or, salient, against a tree vert. 

Clarke, [Berkshire,] ar. on a fessf-, betw. six 
crosses Ibrniee sa. three pales ar. — Crest, across 
formee or, betw. a pair of -wings, displayed, az. 

Clarke, [Shrev.sbury,] az. three escallojis in pale 
or, betw. two flaunches erm. on a chief ar. three 
lions, rampant, guardant, az.— Crest, out of a 
ducal coronet or, a demi bull erm. armed of the 
iirst. 

Clarke, [Kettlestone, Sufiblk,] ar. a che\. betw. 
three griffins' heads, erased, sn. on a chief of 
the last, three niasrles of the first. — Ciest, an 
eiephaut's head qiiartcrlv, gn. and or. [Co/>- 
firmed June 20, 1559.] " 

Clarke, [Oxfordshire,] ar. on a bend gu. betw. 
three pellets, as many .swans ppr. rew ardcd with 
a canton, sinister az. thereon a demi ram, 
mounting, ar. armed or, betw. two fleurs-de-lis 
of the last, over all a dexter baton, gu. — Crest, 
a ram'.s liead, ar. attired or, 

Clarke, [Westmoreland,^ Yorkshire, and jMiddlc- 
sex,] or, on a bend, engr. az. an escallop shell 
ar. — Crest, a demi gi-illin, v.ith wings endorsed 
or, gorged with a collar, engi-. az. 

Clarice, [Ireland,] ar. on a bend gu. betw. three 
pellets, as many swans of the first for an aug- 
mentation, in the sinister, on a canton, sinister 
gu. a lion, passant, guardant, or, betw. two 
flasks erm. [Granted April 25, lGu7, descended 
from tin: Ciarkes of Warw'ickshire.'] 

Clarke, [Ireland,] erm. on a fesse, betw. three 
griHins' head:;, erased, gu. as many bezants. — 
Crest, a sea-horse, vert. [Granted U)48.] 

Clarke, [Suifolk,] gu. an inescocheou, betw. four 
lions, ramjiant, ar. 

Clarke. [Sallbrd, Warwickshire,] gu. three sMords 
in pale ar. 

Clarke, [Northamptonshire,] ar. on a bend g^u. 
betw. three ogresses, as many swaiis ppr. — 
Crest, a lark, with wings expanded ppr. liolding 
in iiis beak an ear of wheat or. 

Clarke, [Somersall, Derbyshire,] ar. three escid- 

lo])S or, betv.'. two (launches erm. — Crest, in a 

gem ring- or, set n\ ith a diamond sa. a |)heon ar. 

Cluric, barry of four, az. and or, on a chief of the 

Bocond, throe escrdlops of the first. 



C L A 

Clarke, [Middlesex,] gu. tliree bars vert, in chief 
as many plates. 

Clarke, ar. a chev. betw. three eagles' Iieads. 
erased, sa. on a chief of the second, as many 
mascles of the first. 

Clarke, or, a cross raguly, betw. four trefoils, 
slipped, vert. — Crest, a peacock's head, erased, 
])pr. in his beak a trefoil, slipped, vert. 

Clarke, cjuarlerly, ar. and vert, a cross counter- 
changed. 

Clarke, [York.shirc,] or, a bend engT. az. 

Clarke, [Lincoln,] erm. on a fesse gu. three bezants 
on a canton of the second, a stag's head, ca- 
bossed, ar. — Crest, a sinister wing, or. 

Clarke, erm. the field replenished with trefoils, 
slipped, sa. a fesse gu. 

Clarke, ['^"orkshire,] ar. on a bend engr. az. a cross 
crosslet or. — Crest, a demi lion or, holding in his 
dexter jiaw a cross crosslet fitchee az. 

Clarke, [Somersetshire, per chev. or and gu. three 
lions' heads, erased, couiiterchanged. 

Clarke, [Somersetshire and Devon,] sa. three 
plates. 

Clarke, [Ipswich, Suffolk,] erm. on a Lend engr. 
sa. three conger eels' heads, erased, ar. collared 
with a bar gcmel gu.- — Crest, a conger cefs 
head, erect and erased gu. collared with a bar 
gemel or. 

Clarke, [East-Eareholt, Sufiolk,] or, two chev. gu. 
a canton of t'ae last, charged with an escallop or. 

Clarke, [Hampshire,] ar. three escallops iu pale, 
betw. two flaunches az. giittce d'or, on a chief 
of the second, a bull's head couped of the third, 
betw. two mai-tlets of the first. 

Clarke, or, three escallojjs in pale, betw. two 
flaunches az. gntfec d'or, oti a chief of the se- 
cond, a bull's iiead, erased, betw. two pewitts, 
(or doves,) or.— Crest, a demi dragon, .sans 
wings, vert, issuing from flames of fire ppr. 
collared gu. 

Clarke, [ fjiibiin,] ar. on a bend, engr. gu. a be- 
zant, betw. two swans p]jr.— Crest, a swan ppr. 
reposing liis cTexter foot on an ogress. [Granted 
January/ G, 1G88.] 

Clarke, [Jpswicb, Sufiblk,] or, two bars az. over 
all a nag's head, erased, ar. in chief three cscal- 
lo])s gu. — Crest, a nag's head, erased, sa. 

Clarke, [Yorkshire,] ar. on a chev. gu. betw. 
three wolves' heads, (erased, az. as many roses ot 
the field on a canton sa. a lion's head, erased, or. 

Clarke, [llenfordshire,] -..r. a chev. betw. tluee" 
lions, rampant, vert. — Crest, a lion, ram'nint. 
vert, holding a pen ar. [Jleralds' Ojjtce, Here- 
fordshire, C. 25.] 

Clarke, [Ireland,] gu. a saltier, betw. four horse.s' 
heads, couped or. 



C L A 

Clarice, fWinwickshire,] or, on a fcsse az. tliree 

ciiiqucfoils in chief a serpent snrgcnt in 

j)ale ppr. — Crest, a dexter arm, embowed, in 
armour ppr. garnished or, holding in the hand 

also ppr. an arrow plieoned and (lighted 

broken in the shaft, the feathers faliinsv. 

[Borne hij Charles and Helen Clarice, the infunl 
children of ilia lute Charles Clarke, Esq. of 
Dover-sireel, St. Janics's.^ 

Clarice, nr. three ogresses. 

Clarke, [Werke, Nortlunnberland,] ar. on a chev. 
befv. (liree dragons' heads, erased, az. as many 
roses or. 

Clarice, or Clcrkes, sa. three tenter hooks ar. 

Clarke, or, a fcsse erni. betw. three trefoils, 
slipped, vert.— Crest, a denii lion, rampant, or. 

Clarke, per fesse, ar. and az. on a fesse sa. betv,-. 
three crosses pattee in chief, of the last, and a 
heron in base of the first, three plates. — Crest, 
on a Avrcath, a ducal coronet or, thereon a cross 
pattee of the last, betw. two ]iha;nbv -svings, ex- 
panded, sa. [Granted to Charles Clarice, of 
Ockley, Surrey.'] 

Clarke, ar. on a bend gn. three swans ppr. betw. 
as many pellets, a canton sinister az, charged 
with a demi ram, mounting, ar. armed or, betw. 
two fleurs-de-lis, in cliief of the last, on it a 
baton, dexter, ar. 

Clarke, az. three escallops in pale or, betw. two 
flaunches erm. (for Clarke,) quartering az. a 
chev. betw. three lozenges or, (for Hyde;) fust, 
a phcon ppr. ; second, an eagle, with -wings ex- 
panded, sa. beaked and membered or. [Borne 
ly the late G. Hi/de Clark, Esq. of Hyde-Hall, 
Cheshire, 1822.] 

Clarke, erm. on a fesse, betw. three griffins' heads, 
erased, gu. armed az. as many bezants. 

Clarke, vert, a fesse gu. betw. three plates. 

Gierke, quarterly, gu. and az. in the first quarter 
a saltier, betw. four boars' heads or, on the se- 
cond a chev. betw. three leopm-ds' heads ai\ 
first as fourth, second as third. 

Gierke, erra. a fesse gu. betw. ten trefoils, slipped, 
sa. 

Gierke, gu. a saltier, betw. four boars' heads, 
couped or. 

Gierke, chcquy, ar. and az. two chev. gu. on a 
canton or, an anchor sa. — Crest, out of a naval 
coronet or, a moor's head ]5pr. [Granted May 
25, 17(il.] 

Clark KSONN, ar. on a bend, betw. two trefoils, 
sa. three lozenges of the first. — Crest, a iiaiul 
and arm, couped below the elbow, in coat of 
mail ppr. holding in the hand erect a sword ar. 
hilt and pomel sa. ou the blade, a pcnuon, 
fiofuut, g-u. 



C L A 

Clarkson, ar. a saltier vert, betw. two crescents, 
gu. in chief and base, and as many cross cross- 
lets fitchee sa. in the fianks. 

Clarkcson, [Nottinghamshire,] vert, a stag, trip- 
pant, or. (Another, ])jn-.) 

Clarkson, [Kirtou, Notts,] ar. on a bend engr. sa. 
three anindets or. 

Clarxaxilx, [Crofi, Yorkshire,] or, a saltier sa. 

Cla;ivis, [Clarvis, Yorksliirc,] sa. a saltier or. 

Clarvis, [Yorkshire,] gu. a saltier or. 

Clasuy, gu. a fesse, betw. three roses ar. 

Glasliy, gu. a fesse, betw. three cinquefoils ar. 

Clatwoktiiv, az. a chev. erm. betw. three 
cha])let5 or. 

CIjAUUj;, harry wavy of six, or and az. 

Claaer, [Bucks,] sa. a bar geniel or, betw. three 
towers, triple-towered ar.- — Crest, a lion's gamb, 
couped and erect or, holding a key sa. 

Glavcr, sa. a fesse or, betw. three tov.ers, triple 
towered, ar. 

Claier, quarterly, or and gu. abend, engr. sa. 

Cla\ TURING, [Essex,] quarterly, or and gu. on a 
bend sa. three mullets ar. 

Clavcriiu/, [Axwell, Durham,] quarterly, or and 
gu. a bend sa.— Crest, out of a ducid corouet 
or, a lion's head az. 

Clavcriiu/, [Essex.] The same arras. 

Claverinrj, [Northumberland.] The same arms. 
■ — Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a demi lion, 
rampant, sa. 

Claveriny, quarterly, or and gu. a bend sa. a label 
of five points ar. 

Clacerini/, quarterly, or and gu. a beudlet az. 

CLA^■ESbI•:Y, [Somersetshire,] sa. a chev. per 
pale, ar. and or, betw. three bulls' heads, ca- 
bossed of the second, ai'nied of the third. 

Cla\'I1.l, [Dorsetshire,] vair, a chief gu. 

Cla\vi:s, [Loudon, 1570,] az. on a chev. cngr. 
betw. three unicorns' heads, erased, or, as many 
torteauxes. — Crest, a denii lion, rampimt, vert, 
ducally crowned or, holding a battle-axe of the 
last, headed ar. 

Ci,AXTON, [Yorkshire, Durham, and Norfolk,] 
gu. a chev. betw. three hedge-hogs ar. — Crest, a 
hedge-hog, as in the arms. 

Cla.vton, [Cheshire,] gu. a chev. engr. betw. three 
harts, trippaut, ar. attired or. 

j^'laxtun, gu. a chev. engr. betw. three bucks 
or. 

Gla.vlon, [.Suflblk,] gu. a fesse ar. betw. two hedge- 
hogs of the second, one in l)ase, and one in the 
dexter (piarter iu chief, the sinister quarter 
ba):ry of ten, ar. and az, on a canton gu. thret 
martlets ar. 

Cla.vton, gu. a chev, cngr. betw. three bucks, trip- 
pant, ar. 

[ c c ] 



C L K 

Clay, ar. three ■wolves sa. two in chief com- 
batjnt, and one in base passant. 

Clay, [London,] per pale, vert and sa. a lion, 
rampant, erm. betw. three escallops av. — Crest, 
a lion's head, per pale vert and sa. charged with 
an escallop ar. 

Claye, or Cley, [Tells, Shropshire,] per fesse, 
vert and sa. a lion, rani])ant, erm. betw. three 
escallops ar. — Crest, as Ijcfore. 

Claye, or Cley, [Derbyshire,] ar. a chev. enp-. 
betw. three trefoils, sli)iped, sa. — Crest, two 
wings ar. scmce of trefoils, slipped, sa. 

Clavdon, [xVshdowne, Essex, and London,] ar. 
a fesse danccttee, sa. betw. three escallops gii. 
— Crest, a demi lion, rampant, az. vnlued on 
the shoulder gn. nnirally crowned ar. holding in 
the pa\\s a cross, flory, fitchee, of the second. 

Clayijills, [Scotland,] per bend, sang:uine and 
vert, two greyhonnds, coiuant, beudways, ar. 

Clayi.e, ai". three martlets gu. 

CLAYPor.L, erm. on a chief or, two bends az. 

Cleypool, or ClaypooJe, or, a chev. az. betw. 
three torteauxes, within a bordure, eiigr. vert. 

Clepole, [Xorboroiigli, Northamptonshire,] or, a 
chev. az. betw. three hurts.- — Crest, a fleur-de- 
lis, eufiled with a ducal coronet or. 

Clayton, [!Xlarden, Surrey,] ar. a cross sa. betw. 
four pellets.— Crest, on a mural crown gu. a 
lion's gamb, erect, ar. holding a pellet. 

Clayton, [Sir Robert, Lord Mayor of London, 
16S0.] The same arms. 

Clayton, per pale, az. and vert, a lion, ramj^ant, or. 

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

Clayton, [Norfolk,] ar. a cross, engr. sa. betw. 
four torteauxes. — Crest, a imiconi, couchant, 
ar. maued, armed, and unguled or, under the 
dexter foot a bezant. 

Clayton, chequy, gu. and or, two chev. sa. 

Clayton, gu. a fesse, indented, ar. betM . three 
owls' heads, erased, of the second. 

Clayton, [Staflordshire,] ar. on a bend az. three 
annulets or, in chief a cross crosslet of the second. 

Clayton, ar. a bend sa. betw. three mullets gu. 

Clayton, or Clcyton, [Sheffield,] ar. a cross sa. 
on a canton s^ii. a lleuv-de-lis of the first. 

Clayton, [Enfield, Middlesex, and of Kettle- 
well, Cheshire,] ar. a saltier, betw. four mart- 
lets gu. 

Cleyton, [Lancashire,] ar. a cross engr. sa. betw. 
four torteauxes. 

Clkarf., [Stokcsby, Norfolk,] ar. on a fosse az. 
three martlets or. 

Chare, or Clere, ar. a fesse az. in the dexter 

])oint, a lion, passant, gu. 
Chare, or Clere, ar. a fesse az. on a canton gu. a 
lion, passant, of the first. 



CLE 

Clere, [Ormsby, Norfolk,] ar. on a fesse az. three 
eagles, displayed, or. — Crest, out of a ducal 
coronet or, a plume of ostrich's feathers ar. 
(Another crest, the sun or, betw. two wings az. 
on each a crescent of the first.) 

Clere, or Cleere, gu. three pears or. 

Clere, [Cornwall,] per pale, az. and or, a sun 
counterchauged. 

Clere, per pale az. and or, three suns counter- 
clianged. 

Clere, ar. a cross, betw. four estoiles gu. 

Cleaver, or, a chev. erm. betw. three cords, 
erased at each end, and tied in knots vert. 
— Crest, an arm, erect, couped at the elbow, 
vested ar. holding in the hand ppr. a chaplct of 
thorns vert. 

Cleaver, sa. two bars or, betw. three towers ar. 
• — Crest, a lion's gamb, couped, or, gTasping a 
key sa. 

Clever, or Clevere, ar. a covered cup sa. 

Clever, [Hertfordshire, 1GS4,] or, three bars az. 
on a canton ar. a fesse sa. in chief three mas- 
cles of the last. 

Clebokke, [Kellerby, Yorkshire,] ar. three 
chev. interlaced in base, .sa. a chief of the last. 

Clebury, ar. a chev. betw. tliree stags sa. 

Cleck, az. a wolf, saliant, ar. 

Clederow, gu. on a bend or, three mullets az. 

Clf'derow, az. on a bend, betw. three martlets or, 
as many martlets of the field. 

Clederow, [London,] a)-, on a chev. gu. betw. 
three eagles, displayed, five annulets or. — Crest, 
out of a tower ar. a demi lion sa. 

Clederoir, sa. on a chev. betw. three eagles, dis- 
played, with two necks ar. five annulets gu. 

Clederow, az. (another, gu.) three covered cups or. 

Clideroio, sa. on a chev. betw. three eagles, dis- 
played, ar. five ainudets gu. 

CUderowe, ar. three cups, covered, within a bor- 
dure, engr. sa. 

CUderowe, gu. on a bend ar. three mullets of the 
first, a martlet or. 

CUderowe, [Cheshire,] or, a saltier, engr. gu. 

CUderowe, sa. three leopards' heads or, jessant de 
lis ar. 

Cleere, St, az. the sun in splendour ppr. 

CleevaulX, or, a saltier gu. 

Cleg, or Clecg. See Glegg. 

Cleg AT, [Kent,] erm. on a fesse sa. three pheons 
or. — Crest, an eagle's head, erm. ducally crowned 
and beaked or, befsr. two vings sa. 

Clklang, [Scotland,] az. a hare, salient, ar. 
with a hunting horn vert, hanging about his 
neck, garnished gu.— Crest, a falcon, standing 
on a sinister-hand-giove ppr. Supporters, two 
gTeyhounds. - ' ■ 



CLE 

Cleland, [Scotland.] Tlie same, -with the addition 
of a cliiff ar. cliarg-od with a sword, fesseways, 
az. liilt and poind or. 

Cleland, [Ireland,] i;r. a hare, salient, ppr. roiuul 
the neck a bu<^le-honi sa. stringed r:^u. 

Clcahind, az. a Iiaro, courant, ppr. ronnd the neck 
a bugle-horn vert. — Crest, a sinister gauntlet, 
couped at the wrist, lying- fesseways, the fingers 
towards the sinister, thereon a falcon, all ppr. 

Clement, [Kent,] ar. two bends, wavy, sa. on 
a chief gu. three leopards' faces or. 

Clement, [Kent,] crin. three garbs gu. within a 
bordnre sa. bezantee, a canton of the iirnis of 
Longvill. 

Ch'ineitt, ar. two bends, wavy, sa. betw. as many 
leopards' faces gu. within a bordure of the third. 

Clemenf, paly of six, ar. and az. a fesse gu. 

Clement, gu. three garbs ar. 

Clement, or Clements, [Ireland,] ar. two bends, 
vravy, sa. on a chief gu. three bezants. — Crest, 
aliawkppr. 

Clei/unt, [Norfolk,] gu. three garbs ar. v.ithin a 
bordure sa. bezantee. — Crest, a lion, passant, 
ar. guttee de sang. 

Clemenf, ar. two bends, wavy, sa. on a chief gu. 
three leopards' faces or, all wifhiii a bordure, 
gobony, ar. and az. 

Clemham, [Suftolk.] The same as Glenham. 

CLEMsm, [Leicestershire^] ar. a lion, rampant, 
purp. crov.ned or. 

Clench, az. a bend, vair, double cottised or. 

Clenc/i, gu. a bend, nebulee, ar. cottised or. 

Clench, [JIarksted, Suffolk,] gu. six annulets or, 
conjoined in pairs, two pair in chief, and one 
pair in base, a chief of the second. (Another, 
without the chief.) — Crest, out of a Saxon crown 
or, (on the verge of the crown this motto, Tien 
le Droit,) an arm erect, couped at the elbow, 
vested gu. cuff ar. liolding in the hand jipr. a 
club vert, spiked or. 

Clench, or Chjnclt, [Bridgcnorth, Slu'opshire, and 
Ireland,] gu. a saltier or, an annulet iu chief of 
the last. 

Clench, gu. a bend, indented, point in point, ar. 
and sa. cottised or. 

Clenjjon, sa. a fesse, indented, betw. three bu- 
gle-horns or. 

Clendon, or, a lion, rampant, sa. crowned gu. 

Clendon, or, a lion, rampant, az. crowned of the first. 

Clendon, ar. three escallops gu. 

Clendon, sa. a fesse daucettee, betw. three bugle- 
horns or. 

Clent, [Y\'orcestershire,] ar. a fesse, wa\y, 
betw. three lions' gambs, erased, and bendwavs, 
sa. — Crest, two lions' gambs, erect, sa. holding 
a chaplet vert, flowered or. 



CLE 

Clepole. See Claypoll. 
('lepsby, gu. a fesse, bctv,-. three lozenges ar. 
Cleue. See C lea re. 
Cleiike. See Clarke. 

Clermont, gu. the field rejdcnished with tre- 
foils, two dol|)hins, endorsed, ar. 
Clermont. The same, adding a label of five points 

az. 
Clermont, gu. two pikes, haurient, in pale, betw. 

nine trefoils, slijjped, or. 
Clenedon, sa. a fesse, daucettec, betw. three 

bugle. horns or. 
Clenedon, ar. three escallops gu. 
Clenedon, [Wiltshire,] ar. three escallops gu. within 

a bordure engr. sa. 
Clenedon, [Somersetshire,] enn. three escallops 

gu. 
Cleneiiond, per chev. engr. sa. and crm. 
Clener, ar. three cups, covered, sa. 
Cleroave, gu. a saltier engr. or. 
Clervaux, [12G7,] or, a saltier sa. 
CLESli-i', [Yorkshire,] gu. a fesse ar.^in chief two 
• plates. 

Cleshrj, [Yorkshire,] gu. two bends ar. a canton crrn. 
Chsby, [Yorkshire,] ar. tlu'ee bends gu. a canton 

enn. 
Clcshy, gu. a fesse, betw. three fusils, (another, 

lozenges,) ar. 
Cleshij, [Clesby, Yorkshire,] ar. three bends engr. 

gu. a canton crm. 
Cleve, ar. an escarbimcle sa. 
Cleve, or Cliie, [Huxley, Cheshire,] ar. on a 

fesse, betw. three wolves' heads, erased, .sa. 

three mullets or. — Crest, a gTiflin, passant, with 

^\ ings endorsed, ducally gorged or. 
Cleve, or Clive, [Walford, Shropshire.] The 

same arms. — Crest, a wolf's head, erased, per 

pale, dancetfee, ar. and sa. 
Clere, or Clive, [London, and Colney-Hatch, ]\Iid- 

dlesex.] The same as Cleve, of Huxley, 

Cheshire. 
Cleve, ar. an escarbuncle of eight rays or, over 

all an escocheon sa. 
Clive, ar. on a fesse sa. three mullets or. — Crest, 

a griflin, passant, ar. 
Cl've, [W'ilford, Shropshire,] ar. cm a fesse, betw. 

three wolves' heads, erased, sa. as many mullets 

of the field. — Crest, a wolf's head, erased, per 

pale, dancettee ar. and sa. 
C'le\ Ei>EN, or, a lion, rampant, gu. crowned az. 
CIcvedon, or, a lion, rampant, crowned, sa. 
Clevedon, [lilssex,] or, a lion, rampant, az. crowned 

Cleveiionh, or Clenehond, per chev. engr. 

sa. and erm. 
Clevelvnd, per chev. sa. and erm. a chev. engr. 
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counterchangccl. — Crest, a demi old man ppr. 
habited az. luniiig- on a cap i^u. tnrDcd up with a 
hair front, holding- in his dexter liand a spear, 
headed ar. on the toji of wbicli is tlxed a line 
ppr. wln'ch passes behind him, and is coiled vp 
in his sinister hand. 

Chvland, [Taplcy, Devon,] az. a hare, salient, 
or, collared gn. to the collar a bu£^le-horn, pen- 
dent, sa. — Crest, a cubit arm, erect, vested a:<. 
cufl' ar. holdina: in the hand ppr. a dagger of tlie 
second, hilt and poniel or. 

Clevkley, ar. two chev. sa. each charged with 
five horse-nails or. 

Clever, or Ci-EVETtE. Sec Cleaver. 

Clew, or Cleave, ar. a chcv. gii. betw. three 
uaiis sa. 

Ceev, or Clav, [Cryche, Derbyshire,] ar. a 
chev. engr. betw. three trefoils sa.- — Crest, two 
■vvings expanded ar. charged witli trefoils, slipped, 
sa. 

Cleybrooke. The same as Ceabrock. 

Cleyton. See Clayton. 

Cliisurne, [Wcsfmoreland,] ar. three chev. in- 
terlaced in biise sa. a chief of (be last. [Borne 
hy Edward Clihiirne, of Clihurne, Westmore- 
land, Esq."] 

Cliffe, [Shropshire,] ar. on a fesse betw. three 
griffins' heads, erased, sa. as numv mullets of 
the field. 

Cliffe, [Yorkshire,] ar. a chev. betw. three })opin- 
jays vert, meinbered, gu. 

C'/i^e, [Devon and Essex,] ar, three po]iinjays vert. 

Clifford, gu. a chev. betw. three talbots' heads, 
erased, or. — Crest, a talbot's head, erased, gu, 
eared or. 

Clifford, [Chndleigh, Devon,] cliequy, or and az. 
a fesse gu. — Crest, out of a dacal coronet or, a 
wi\ern, rising, gu. 

Clifford, [Cumberland.] The same arms. 

Clifford, [Frani])ton, Gloucestershire,] clieqiiy, 
or and az. on a bend gu. three lioncels, rampant, 
of the first. 

Clifford, [Urceon.] The same arms. 

Clifford, [Kent,] cliequy, or and az. a fesse wavy 
gn. within a bordure of the last. 

Clifford, checjny, or and az. a fesse sa. 

Clifford, [Kent,] cliequy, or and ai. a fesse and 
bend gu. 

Clifford, [Kent,] cliequy, or and az. a fesse gu. 
within a bordure engr. of the third, bezantee. 

Clifford, cbe(piy, or and az. on a fesse ar. three 
beiullcts gu. 

Clifford, cliequy, or and az. on a fesse gu. three 
leopards' faces of the first. 

Clifford, [Herefordshire,] cheq<iy, or and az. on 
a fesse gu. three cinquefoils ar. 



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Clifford, choqny, or and az. on a chief gu. thred 

leopards' faces ar. 
Clifford, [Somersetshire,] cliequy, or and az. a 

bend gu. 
Clifford, [Devon.] The same. 
Clifford. The same, adding on the bend three 

leopards' faces or. 
Clifford, or, three eagles, displayed, gu. mem- 

bered az. 
Clifford, barry of six, ar. and sa. 
Clifford, ar. three eagles, disjdayed, gu. mem- 

liered, az. 
Clifford, az. three chain-shot or. 
Clifford, chequy, or and az. a bendlet gu. 
Clifford, chequy, or and az. on a bend gu. three 

lions, passant, of the first. 
Clifford, [Frampton,] chequy, or and az. on a 

bend gu. three lions, rampant, of the first. 
Clifford, [Kent,] chequy, or and az. a (esse, 

within a bordme, gu. 
Clifford, chequy, or aiid az. on a bend gu. three 

ieo])ards' heads ar. 
Clifton, [Kent,] sa. on a bend ar. three mullets gu. 
Clifton, ar. a chev. sa. betw. three roses ga. 
Clifton, [Barrington, Somersetshire,] sa. a lion, 

rampant, betw. eight cinquefoils, and a trefoil in 

chief, sli])ped, ar. 
Clifton, [Laiton, Bromswold,] sa. a lion, rampant, 

betw. five cinquefoils ar. 
Clifton, gu. pellettee, a lion, rampant, ar. 
Clifton, ar. a lion, rampant, az. bruised with a 

bendlet or. 
Clifton, [Clifton, Nottinghamsliire,] sa. a lion, 

rampant, langued and armed gu. Avithiu an orle 

of cinquefoils ar. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet 

or, a demi peacock, per pale ar. and sa. with 

wings expanded counterchanged. 
Clifton, sa. a lion, rampant, ar. langued and armed 

gu. within a bordure of the second, cluu-ged 

with eight trefoils slipped of the field. 
Clifton, [Norfolk,] chequy, or and gu. on a bend 

enn. a cross crosslet of the second. 
Clifton, ar. a lion, rampant, az. armed gu. 
Clifton, [Yorkshire,] ar. a lion, rampant, sa. armed 

gu. within an orle of eight cinquefoils of the 

second. 
Clifton, gu. a lion, rampant, ar. crowned or. 
Clifton, [Lancashire and Yorkshire,] ar. on a bend 

sa. three mullets of the first. — Crest, an arm, 

embowed, in armour jipr. garnished or, holding 

in the gauntlet a sword ar. hilt or. 
Clifton, [Cheshire,] az. on a bend ar. three mul- 
lets pierced gu. 
Clifton, ar. a chev. sa. betw. three cinquefoils gii. 
Clifton. Tiie same, within a bordure, gobonated, 

or and az. ■ ■ , ; 



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Cl'flon, [Norfolk,] chequy, ov and az. a bend crm. 

Cliflon, [Bokenham, Norfolk,] cb«quy, or and 
f^ii. a bend erm. 

Cliflon, [Fakculinm, Norfolk,] chequy, ov and gu. 
on a bend enn. a fleur-de-lis sa. for difference. 

Clifton, [Toftrey, Norfolk,] cli(iquy, or and gii. 
on a bend enn. a nndlet su. for difference. 

Cliflon, gu. five bendlets ar. 

C/flun, []!x)i)don,] sa. on a bend ar. three mullets 
gu. in the sinister chief, a fleur-de-lis or. [He- 
ralds Office, Herts and Middlesex, C. 28.] 

(7/(yVo?2,[lIodstock,] ar. a lion, salient, tail forkedsa. 

Cliflon, ar. seniee de cinquefoils, a lion, rampant, sa. 

Cliflon, sa. semee de cinquefoils, a lion, rampant, ar. 

Ci.iNDAN, or, on a bend sa. three crescents of 
the field. 

Clindan, or Ciindon, or, a lion, rampant, sa. 
crowned gu. 

Cmngs, sa. sis lions, ranqiant, ar. three, two, 
iuid one. 

Clinton', [Scotland,] ar. six cross crosslets 
fitchee sa. on a chief az. two mullets or, pierced 
gu.- — Crest, out of a ducal coronet gu. a plume 
of five ostrich's feathers ar. banded with a line az. 

Clinton, [Warwickshire,] paly of six, or and uz. a 
fesse erm. and canton of the first. 

Clinton, [Warwicksliiie,] ar. on a chief az. two 
mullets or, pierced gu. 

Clinlon, sa. ou a bend ar. three mullets pierced gu. 

Clinton, ar. on a cliief az. two mullets of six 
points or, pierced of the first. 

Clinton, [Warwickshire,] ar. on a chief az. two 
fleurs-de-lis or. 

Clinton, [Sir Henry, installed Knight of the Bath 
on the 19th iNlay, 1779,] irr. six cross crosslets 
fitchee sa. three, two, and one, on a chief az. 
two mullets or, pierced gu. a crescent for differ- 
ence. — Crest, in a ducal coronet gu. a plume of 
five ostrich's feathers ar. thereon a string cbc- 
veronways az. Supporters, two greyhounds ar. 
each collared and lined gu. on each collar three 
crescents or. 

Clinton, ar. six cross crosslets fitchee sa. on a 
chief az. two mullets pierced or. — Crest, out of 
a ducal coronet gu. five ostiich's feathers ar. 
banded by a riband az. [Home hi/ Henry 
Fi/n}ies Clinton, Esq. Jj P. of ll'ehvin, Hert- 
fordshire, lS:2-i.] 

Vlinlon, [Willshire,] ar. a chief az. 

Clinton, ar. sLx cross crosslets, fitchee, sa. on a 

chief az. two mullets ])ierced or. 
Clinton, paly of six, or and az. a chief erm. 

Clinton, [Chamberlain a)id Treasurer to liing 
ilenry II.] chequy, or and az. a chief erm. 

C'lijiton, ar. on a chief az. two nndlets or. 

*-'linlun, ar. six cross crosslets, fitchee, gu. on a 



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chief az. two mullets of six points pierced of the 
first. 
Clisald, bany nebuU'c of six, ar. and gu. on a 

bend sa. three escallops or. 
Clisdon, or, a lion, rampant, sa. armed and 
crowned gu. 

Clisdon, ar. three eagles, displayed, gii. 

Ci.issoLAi^, or, a pale gu. betw. two lions, ram- 
pant, sa. 

Cl-l.'^iSnN, gu. a lion, rampant, ar. crowned or. 

CLiTH]i)io\\ , [London,] ar. on a chev. gu. betw. 
three eagles displaved sa. five aimulets or. 

Clitherow, [Boston-House, near Brentford, Mid- 
dlesex,] ar. on a chev. gu. betw. three eagles, 
displayed, sa. five annulets or. [Descended 
from Sir Christopher Clitherow, Lord Maijor 
of Jjondon, 103-5.] 

Clitheroir, ar. on a chev. gii. betw. three eagles, 
displayed, with wings inverted sa. five annulets 
or, a crescent for difference. — Crest, out of a 
tower ar. a demi lion, rampant, issuing sa. 
charged on the shoidder with a crescent for dif- 
ference. [Certified at the Coller/e of Arms, Lon- 
don, May X"/!^, to Christopher Clitherow, Esrj.'] 

Clithero, [Salisbury,] sa. a saltier, or, a mullet for 
difference. 

ClJTON, gu. six crowns flory or. 

Cliton, gu. a fesse indented, point in point, sa. 
and ar. betw. three ov.ls' heads erased of the ihird. 

Clivk. See Clevj;. 

Clijve, or Ctlve, [Stick, Shropshire,] ar. on a fesse 
sa. three mullets or. — Crest, on a mount vert, a 
giiflin, with wings endorsed ar. ducally collared gu. 

Ci.oiiKilV, [Bradstoni, Devon,] ar. a chev. betw. 
three bats, displayed, sa. — Crest, a goaf's head, 
erased, sa. "attired or. 

Chov.SUAhh, gu. nine estoiles, three, three, and 
three, or, betv,'. two bars wavy gemclles of the 
second. 

Clow'hejiow):, sa. three leopards' faces or, jes- 
sant-de-lis ar. 

Cloke, [Kent,] per pale az. and gu. three grif- 
' fins' heads, erased, or. 

Ci.oi'TOX, [Cioptou, Suffolk, 1.5S6,] sa. a bend 
erm. bt^tw. two cottises dancettee or. — Crest, a 
wolf's head, per pale, or and az. 

Clop ton, sa. a bend ar. betw . two cottises dancet- 
tee or. 

Clopton, gu. a bend or, betw. six pears erect of 
the second, leaved vert. 

Clopton, [Bedfordshire and Herefordshire,] gu. a 
fess(! enn. betw. six muscles or. 

Clopton, [Sir liobert. Lord Mnvor of London. 
14-1 L.] 'J'he .same, 

Clopton, [Somersetshire,] ar. a chev. betw. three 
eagles, displayed, az. 



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Chpfoi), or, a clicv. az. 

C/oplon, [\Y aiwick-ihirc,] ])iily of six, (another, 
four,) or and az. a lion, ram}niiit, coiiiitercl)aiip,cd. 

Cloplon, [Sir Iliit,^li, I^rd Mayor of Loudon, 
1491.] Tlie same arms. 

Cloplon, or Cht/vti, ar. U^o bars gu. frotty or. 

Clopton, az. a bend ar. cotlJsed, indented or. 

Clapton, [Suffolk,] sa. a. bend erni. coKised or. 

Cloptov, [Wai-wicksliire,] per pale, or and ga. a - 
cross, pattee, countercl.aiiged. 

Close, vert, a cbev. ar. betAv. three garbs or. — 
Crest, a garb, as in the arms. 

Clotworthy, [Clot\sort!iy, Devon,] az. a cbev. 
crm. betw. three chajjlets or. — Crest, a stag's 
head, erased sa. attired and charged on the neck 
with two mvdlets in pale ar. pierced through the 
neck with an arrow or, feather and liead of the 
second vulued gii. 

Clougii, [Thorp-Stapklou, Yorkshire,] sa. a 
fosse humeftee erm. betw. three leoj^ards' lieads 
ar. — Crest, a demi lion, ramjiant, erm. liolding 
a battle-axe handle sa. headed ar. 

Clougli, [j\Iinsterly, Yorkshire,] gu. three pine- 
apples ar. a martlet for diffetence. 

Clove, [^Viltshire,] or, a camel, passant, betw. 
three cloves sa. — Crest, acamel'shead.couped, or. 

Clovell, ai-. two chev. sa. on each five unils or. 

Clovyle, or Cloxvyle, [West Ilaiifield, 
Essex,] ar. two (another, three) chev. sa. each 
charged with five nails or. — Crest, an ostrich ar. 
in the mouth a scroll, with this motto. All is in 
God. (Another crest, a demi ostrich ar. with 
wings expanded, in the beak a nail or.) 

Clowes, [London,] az. on a chev. ar. betw. 
three unicorns' heads, erased, or^ as many cre- 
scents gu. 

Clowes, [London, ^yarwickshire, and Stafford- 
shire,] az. on a chev. betw. three unicorns' 
heads erased or, as many crescents gu. — Crest, 
a demi lion, vert, ducally crowned or, holding a 
battle-axe of the last, headed ar. [Confirmed 
Oct. 28th, 1576.] 

Clowfield, ar. two bars sa. in cliief tliree esco- 
chcons of the second. 

Clued, or Clud, [Shropshire and Notting- 
hamshire,] ar. a bend, betw. four cottisos sa. 
Clued, [Orleton, Shropshire,] erm. a fret sa. — 
Crest, an eagle, with wings exj)aiidcd ppr. j)rey- 
ing- on a coney ar. 
Clun, or CloL'N, ar. a chief az. 
Clun, az. a chief ar. , . ., 

Chin, ])er fesse, az. and ar. 
Clunie, ar. three men's hearts ppr. 
Clutterbucr, [Lii)])iuf, Gloucestershire,] az. a 
lion, rampant, ar. in chief three escallops of the 
second. 



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Clutterbiick, az. a lion, rampant, ar. in chief three 

escallops or.— Crest, a stag, sejant, betw. two 

laurel-branches ppr. 
Clullcrhuck, ar. a lion, rampant, ^. in chief 

three escallops sa. — Crest, the same. \_Borne 

III Clulterhuch, Escj. of Staimore, 

Middlesex, 1824.] 
Clntteyhuck, az. a lion, rampant, ar. in chief 

three escallop shells of the last. — Crest, a buck 

sejant gu. betw. tv.o laurel branches vert. 

[Borne by Tlmmas Chitterhtick, Esq. of Har- 

nish-IIouse, TfW^, 1824.] 
Clutton, [Cheshire,] ar. a chev. ermines cot- 

tised sa. betw. three annulets g;u. — Crest, a 

cock or. 
Clybery, sa. a fesse dancettee, in chief two 

fleurs-de-lis ar. (Another, three.) 
CLYLlE)iO^YE, gu. on a bend az. three martlets or. 
Chjdcrowc, or, a saltier, engr. gu. 
Cli/dcroKC, ar. three covered cups sa. within a 

bordure engr. of the second. 
Cli/dcrowe, or CUiherow, sa. a leopard's head or, 

jessaut-de-lis ar. 
ClyderoycEj or, on a bend az. three martlets 

of the field. 
CLY'^■A^f, ar.' a fesse gu. betw. three eagles, dis- 
played, sa. 
CL"iNBOW, per jiale, or and az. a fesse gu. 
Clynde, or, a hon, rampant, sa. armed gu. 
Clyndon, or, on a bend sa. three crescents ar. 
CLYNDUK.E, az. a chev. ar. and label of three 

points gu. 
Clyneuon, or Clifton, [Northamptonshire,] 

ar. three escallops gu. 
Clynke, ban-y of eight, gu. and ar. 
Clynke, or Bhjke, harry of twelve, gu. and az. a 

cock or, crested and jclloped of the first. 
Clyplesby, or ClyI-SBY, [Norfolk,] quarterly. 

ar. and sa. on a bend gii. three mullets of the 

fa-st.— Crest, a bull, passant, sa. pellettee. 
Cli/pshij, or Chjpslcy, [Norfolk,] quarterly, ar. 

and sa. on a bend gu. tluee mullets pierced or. 
Clyssell, erm. on a cliief gu. a lion, passant, or. 
Coach, [London,] or, a snake curling and erect 

on his tail, in pale sa.— Crest, a stag, sejant, 

gu. attired or, betw. two laurel branches vert. 

[Granted to Sir Thomas Coach, of London, 

■2d Feb. 1006.] 

COAKLEY, erm. on a chief sa. a lion's head. 

erased, betw. two eagles, displaced, or. — Cre<l, 

a lion, passant, or, in the dexter paw, an eagle s 

leg, erased, gu. 

CoARE, [originiillv of France,] gu. a chev. beiv.. 

two roses in chief ar. barbed vert, seeded or, 

and a fleur-de-lis in base of the second. ^ 

Coats, or Cotj:s, [Yorkshire and Shropshire,] 



COB 

quarterly; first and fourth, emi. second and tliird, 
paly of six, ar. and sa. — Crest, a rock ))pr. 
combed, wattled, and leg:ged or. 

Coiiii, [Adderbury, Oxfordshire, and Siiidrinn- 
hain, Norfolk,] sa. a cbev. betsv. three dolphins, 
embowed, naiant, ar. a cliief or.— Crest, an ele- 
phant, or. 

Cvhh, [Bedfordshire,] gu. a chev. wavy, betw. 
three fishes, naiant, ar. on a chief of tlie hist, 
two shovellers sa. beaked and legged or. 

Cohh, [Oxfordshire,] per chev. gu. and sa. in chief 
two shovellers, and in base a fish, naiant, ar. — 
Crest, an elcjihant, passant, or. 

Cohh, jier chev. gu. and sa. 

Cuhb, [Aldington, Kent,] ar. a chev. betw. three 
moor-cocks gii. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet 
or, a demi leopard, rampant, ppr. 

Colb, [Peterbridge, Norfolk,] per chev. gu. and 
sa. tv.o swans in chief, and in base a fish, or. — 
Crest, a swan's head or, liolding in the beak a 
fish ar. 

Cohh, or Cohbis, [Norfolk,] per chev. gu. and sa. 
in chief two teals, in base a fish or. 

CoiiBiiS, [Bury, Suffolk,] ar. a chev. betw. three 
cocks gu. 

CoBBETT, [Edmonton, Jliddlesex,] ar. a chev. 
liumcttee, gu. betw. three birds sa. in their 
beaks a s])rig of laurel, vert. — Crest, a bird 
rising or, pellettee, in the beak a laurel sprig, 
vert. 

CoBBiLLF., per pale indented or and ar. a chev. 
g^•. 

CohhijU, or Cohliall, [IJevon,] ar. tliree fleurs-de- 
lis gu. 

CoBiiAvt, gu. on a chev. or, three lions, rampant, 
sa.- — Crest, a demi lion, rampant, or. [Borne 
by William Cobhain, Esq. vf Ware, Herts, 
1S24.] See Plate of Arms. 

Cob/iam, or De Cobham, [Kent,] gu. on a chev. 
or, tliree lions, rampant, sa. — Crest, an old 
man's head, side-faced, couped at the shoulders 
ppr. with a cap gu. turned up frctty, ar. and sa. 
buttoned on tiie top or. 

Cobham, gu. a chev. betw. three lions, rampant, or. 

Cobha/ii, [Sterborough, and of Cobham, Kent, 
Temp. Edward 111.] gu. on a cliev. or, three 
estoiles sa. 

Cob!iaiii, gu. on a chev. ar. a lion, ramjiant, sa. 
crowned or. 

Cobham, [Kent,] gu. on a chev. or, three estoiles 
vert. 

Cobham, gu. on a chev. az. three mullets or, 
■witliin a bordure of the second. 

Cobham, gu. on a chev. or, three mullets az. 

Cobham, [Kent,] gu. a cross, betw. twelve tleurs- 
de-lis or. 



COG 

Cobham, gn. a cross ar. betw. twelve (anotlttr, 

twenty) cross crosslcts or. 
Cobham, [Kent,] gu. on a chev. or, three tleurs- 

de-lis az. 
Cobham, erm. tiuee crescents gu. each charged 

with a bezant. 
Cobhirm, gu. on a clicv. ar. three crescents of the 

field. 
Cobham, gu. on a che\'. or, three cinrjuefoi!'. of 

the field. 
Cobham, erm. three cinquefoils gu. on each a 

iiezant. 
Cobham, gu. on a chev. or, three cinquefoils 

])ierced az. 
Cobham, [Kent,] gu. a cross ar. 
Cobham, gu. on a chev. or, three cross crosslets sa. 
CoJiham, gu. on a chev. or, three nmrtlets sa. 
Cobham, or, four piles, wavy, conjoined in base gu. 
Coliliam, gu. on a chev. or, three cinquefoils veit. 
Cobham, or Coheham, ar. a lion, rampant, chef;u\ 

or and az. 
Cohliam, [Blackbury,] gu. on a chev. or, three 

eagles, displayed, sa. 
Cobham, gu. on a ehev. or, three crescents sa. 
Cohliam, [Sterborough,] gu. on a chev. or, three 

estoiles sa. 
Cobham, gu. on a chev. ar. three martlets sa. 
Cobham, gu. ou a chev. ar. three fleurs-de-lis r.::. 
Cobham, gn. a cross betw. twelve flenrs-de-lis I'.z. 
CoBiSTON, [Devon,] or, a ciiev. betw. three 

griflins' heads, erased, sa. 
CoBLiSTONE, ar. a chev. betv/. three grifnn-.' 

heads, erased, sa. 
CoBLEiGH, [Devon,] gyronny of eight, sa. and 

gii. on a bend engr. or, three ogresses betw. 

two swans ar. 
Coblcicjh, [Devon,] gyronny of eight, sa. and gu. 

on a bend engr. or, three hurts, betw. two swans 

holding in their beaks across crosslet, fitchee, or. 
CoBOi.iiCiii'., or COELIGH, gvronuy of eight, tu. 

sa. on a bend engr. or, betw. two swans, lidding 

in their beaks a cross crosslet fitchee of the li\.-.t. 

three Inuls. — Crest, a cock's iiead, erased, <-,>\. 

combed, wattled, and guttee or, holding in the 

beak two leaves ar. 
CoB-iN, vert, a griflin, segrcant, ar. 
Cobiju, or Cobhjn, vert, a griilin, scgreant, or. 
Cocui;, or Cociiey, ^n. an eagle, displayed, 

barry of six, or and vert. 
Cache, gu. an eagle, displayed, barry of (weh<-, 

or and az. 
Cache, gu. an eagle, disjtlaycd, harry of eight, or 

and vert. 
Cache)/, az. on a fesse, betw. three bulls' liead-:, 

erased, ar. collared or, five cross crosslets fililit e 



c o c 

CocHER, barry often, ar. and sa. over all a lion, 
rampant, or. — Crest, a lion, coucliant, erni. 

CoCHET, az. a bend ar. 

Cochran, [Drumbreck, Scotland,] erin. on a 
chief gu. a stag's liead, erased, or, brfM-. two 
ninllets ar. — Crest, a stag, standing at gaze pj)r. 
attired gu. 

Cochran, [PilKirr,] erm. on a cliief gu. a boar's 
Lead, erased, betw. two mullets ar. 

Cochran, erm. on a chief gu. a stag's liead, erased, 
or, betw. two mullets ar. within a borJure 
g-u. — Crest, a hand, holding a man's heart jjpr. 

Cochran, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three boars' heads, 
erased az. — Crest, a horse, passant, ar. 

Cochran, [Ochiltree, Scotland.] The same arms, 
■within a bordure of tiic second. — Crest, the same. 

Cochran, [Balbarchaii, Scotland,] ar. a boar's 
head, erased, and in chief three mullets disposed 
cheveronways, az.- — Crest, a spear's head and 
gai-b, in saltier p])r. 

Cochran, [Rochooil, Scotland,] ar. a boar's Jiead, 
erased, and in chief a crescent, betw. two mul- 
lets disposed cheveronways az. 

Cock, ar. a chev. az. betw. three mullets in chief, 
and a cock in base gu. 

Cock, ar. a chev. betw. three falcons' heads erased, 
■within a bordure engT. sa. 

Cock-, Cocke, or Koke, [Broxbom-ne, Herts,] 
quarterly, gii. and ar. — Crest, an ostrich, hold- 
ing in the mouth a horse-shoe ar. 

Cock, ar. a chev. sa. betw. three wolves' heads, 
erased, gu. 

Cock, or Cocks, gu. three cocks ar. armed, crested, 
and jcUoped or.- 

Cock, or Cocks, ar. a cock gu. ai-med, crested, 
and jelloped or. 

Cock, or Cocks, [Bodmin, Cornwall,] lozeugy, ar. 
and gn. on a fesse of the first, three cocks of 
the second. 

Cock, ai'. a bend az. in the sinister chief an oak 
leaf of the last. 

Cock, [Plymouth, Devonshire,] ar. a chev. engr. 
betw. three eagles' heads, erased sa. on a canton 
az. an aiichor or, on the chev. a crescent for 
diflerencp. [Vide Yisitalion of Devonshire, 
1G20. CoUec/c of Arms, I^nilon.] 

Cock, [Scotland,] ar. a cock gu. on a chief az. a 
crescent betw. two stars of the first. 

Cocke, or Coke, [ILuits,] ar. a bend ^^•avy sa. 
betw. three cocks gu. (another, az.) on a can- 
ton, barry wavy of six, or and az. a swan ppr. 

Cocke, [Lancashire and Cornwall,] ar. a chev. 
cngr. gu. betw. three eagles' licads, erased, sa. 
on a canton az. an anchor or. 

Cocke, ar. on a chief az. two roses of the field. 

Cocke, [Hertfordshire,] [jcr fesse gu. and ar. 



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Cocke, quarterly, gni. and ar. 

Cocke. [Sandbridge, Essex,] sa. three bcndlefs ar. 

Cocke, az. three cocks ar. crested or. 

CocKKS, or CdKKS, per chev. ar. and gii. three 
cocks' heads erased, couutcrchanged. 

Cockes, or Coke, [Northey, Gloucestershire, and 
of Hertrordsiiire,] gu. fretty ar. on a fesse sa. 
three cocks of the second. 

Cockes, sa. three bends ar. 

Cockes, per chev. gu. and ar. three cocks' heads, 
erased, and counlerchanged. 

Cocks, [Dumbleton, Gloucestershii-e, and of Suf- 
folk,] sa. a chev. betw. three stags' attires fixed 
to the scalps ar. — Crest, on a mount vert, a 
stag, lodged, ar. attires sa. f Another, the stag 
reguardant.) 

Cocks, [Castle-Ditch, Herefordshire.] The same, 
with due difierence. 

Cocks, [Northey, Gloucestershire.] The same. 

Cocks, [Kent.] The same arms. 

Cocks, [Dorsetshire,] gu. fretty ar. on a fesse of 
the last, three cocks of the first. 

Cocks, ar. a chev. betw. three stags' attires fixed 
to the scalp az. 

CocKAiN, [Sir William, Lord Mayor of Loudon, 
1G19,] ar. three cocks gu. 

Cockai/te, [Hertfordshire.] The same. 

Cockatne, [Leicestershire and London,] ar. three 
cocks gu. an annulet sa. 

Cocka;/nc, [Dorsetshire,] bendy of six, gu. and erm. 

Cockaijne, [Lord Mayor of London, 1751,] erm. 
three cocks gu. 

Cckinjne, [Kuston, Northamptonshire,] az. three 
cocks ar. armed, crested, and jelloped jipr. 

Cokaijne, [Derbyshire, Bedfordshire, and York- 
shire,] ar. three cocks gu. armed, crested, and 
jelloped sa. (Another, az.) — Crest, a cock's 
liead, erased gu. beaked and combed sa. 

Cokaijne, vert, two bars or. 

Cokcitjne, per pale ar. and sa. a fesse nebulee 
counterchanged. 

Cokaine, [Stafibrdshire,] ar. three cocks gu. 

CocKiutYER, ar. three cocks gu. 

CocKKURN, or CoCKiiORNK, [Cockbum, Scot- 
land.] The same. 

Cocklnirn, [Langtoim, Scotland.] The same. 

Cockhorne, ar. a fret of .six, sa. a chief gu. 

Cockbum, [Ormistoiin, Scotland,] ar. a fesse 
chequy, az. and ar. betw. three cocks gu. — 
Crest, a cock gu. 

Cockbum, [Henderland, Scotland,] ar. a mullet, 
az. betw. three cocks gu. 

Cockbum. [('laikingtMiiu', Scotland,] ar. a crescent, 
az. betw. tlircc cot-ks gu. 

Cockbum, [Newhall, Scotland,] ar. a mascle az. 
betw. three cocks gn. 



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Cockbiirn, [Skirling, Scotland,] ar. a spear's bead 

bet\v. three cocks gii. 
COCK.F.INE, [Ickliam, Kent,] gu. a clicv. lietw. 

tliree cocks or. — -Crest, on a mural coronet ar. a 

cock of (lie last. Leaked, barbed, and nienibcred 

gu. [Granted in 1019.] Another branch of 
, this foiidhi bears the cliev. enn. 
CoCKKR, [Croft, Lincolnshire,] ar. four bars sn. 

over all, a lion, rampant, or. — Crest, a lion, 

coucliant, giiardant, enn. 
Cocker, per chev. gu. and ar. three cocks' heads 

counterchanged. 
Cocker, bnrry of ten, ar. and sa. a lion, rampant, 

or. 

COCKl^RAM, COCKERHAM, Or HOCKEKHAM, 

[Purbeck, Dorsetshire,] ar. on a bend sa. three 

leopards' heads or.- — Crest, a cubit arm, erect, 

holding iu the hand ppr. an anchor erect sa. 
C0CK.EKELL, [Hampshire and Guernsey,] or, a 

leopard's head az. betw. t^vo cocks iu pale gu. 

betw. as many Haunches, each charged -with a 

fienr-de-Us or. 
CockereU, or, a cross, betw. four cocks gu. 
Cockerel!, ar. on a fesse sa. three lions, rampant, 

of the first. 
CockereU, ar. a bend, betw. six escallops sa. 
CockereU, ar. a cross, betw. four cocks gu. 
CocKEiUNGTON, ar. on a cross sa. a midlel or. 
CocKET, [Hertfordshire,] ar. on a fesse, betw. 

three estoiles sa, a demi lion, rampant, betw. 

tvvo fleurs-de-lis — Crest, the same as 

Cockct, of Suffolk. 
Cocket, [Sufl'olk and Norfolk,] per bend, ar. and 

sa. three fleurs-de-lis counterchanged. — Crest, 

a man's head, couped below the shoulders, and 

side faced ppr. habited vert, the collar or, on 
- , his head a cap, bendy wavy, or aud az. turned 



up :; 



idenfed sa, 



CocKEiixr,- [Essex,] paly of four, or and az. a 

lion, rampant, counterchanged. 
Cockjield, [Kent,] a^' across, betw. four cocks or. 
Cockficld, [\orfolk,] g- a cross betw. four cocks 

ar. 
Cockjield, [Suffolk,] ar. a saltier, "o'r. sa. a label 

gu. 
CncKiiAM, ar. a lion, rainpant, lozengy - aud az. 
Cokeham, ar. a hon, rampant, chequy az._ ^d or, 

armed gu. 
Cokeham, ar. a lion, rampant, chequy or and Vl. 

armed gu. 
CocKiNOTON, or, a chev. az. betw. three cocks 

Cockiufjlon, [Devon,] ar. a chev. betw. three 

cocks gu. 
Cockle, or Cokyli,, gu. on a chev. ar. three 

ogresses, a chief sa. (Another, ar.) 



CO]) 

CockSEY, [Worcestershire.] See CoOKESKY. j 

Cockseij, [Ireland,] ar. on a bend gu. three roses - 

Cocksey, ar. on a bend az. cotlised dancettee gu. i 

three cinquefoils or. | 

C'ocksei/, ar. on a bend sa. three cinquefoils of th(^ * 

field.' j 

Cocksci/, [Worcestershire,] sa. a cross, within a i 

bordure, engr. or. 1 

Cocksey, [\\'orcestershire,] az. a cross, ar. within 

a bordure, engr. gu. 
CucKSriALL, sa. a cross, betw. four escallops ar. 
CoikshaU, or Coyshall, [lilsscx,] ar. a cross, betw. 

four escallops sa. I 

CocKSiiUTT, [Hertfordshire,] gu. six guttees ar. j 

three, two, and one, on a chief of the second, a 

gridin, segreant, sa. — Crest, a demi gi-iflin, ar. I 

collared gu. guttee ar. 
Cockshutt, [Lancashire and Shropshire,] gu. guttee : 

ar. on a chief or, a griffin, passant, sa. — Crest, 

a demi griffin, sa. 
C^oCKSO.v, per pale ar. aud gu. two legs cou])ed 

at the thigh, counterchanged, spurs or. 
CocKTiuci-;, [Devon,] ar. a chev. gu. betw. three 

cocks sa. 
Coc'K^ilIjE, ar. a cross, betw. four cocks gu. 
CriCKWALD, or Cokerwald, or, on a fesse gu. 

three lions, rampant, of the field. 
C'ocKWORTiiY, ar. a chev. az. betw. three cocks 

gu . 
Cocknoiihy, ar. a chev. sa. betv,'. three cocks gu. 
Cocktrorlhy, ar. a chev. engr. sa. betw. three 

cocks gu. 
Co)j, sa. a chev. betv,-. three cods, naiant, ar. 
Cod, [Ireland,] ar. a chev. betw. six pellets, tlu-ee, 

two, and one. 
Cudd, or Codde, [Ireland,] ar. a che^■. az. betv.'. 

five bezants, two and three. 
Cudd, or Codde, [Ireland,] ar. a fesse sa. betw. 

five pellets. 
Codd, or Codde, [Cornwall,] ar. a chev. gu. bet^v. 

three Cornish choughs ppr. 
Codd, or Codde, [Irekaud,] or, a chev. sa. betw. 

five ogresses, two and three. 
Cudd, or Codde, [Cornwall,] ar. a chev. gu. betw. 

three cocks sa. armed, crested, and joUoped of 

the second. 
Codd, [Pehcans, Kent,] ar. a fesse, embattled, 

sa. betw. three pellets. 
CouuiNGTON, [Ireland,] gu. a cress or, frefty 

az. betw. four trefoils, slipped, of the second. 

— Crest, a wolf's head, erased, or. 
CtiDENHA.M, erm. an eagle, displayed, gu. beaked 

and legged az. in chief, a fleur-de-lis or. — Crest, 

a lion's head, erased or, laiigued az. charged on 

the neck willi three trefoils, slipped, vert. 



COG 

Codnam, erm. an eaglf, clis])layccl, gn. cliarged 
on tiie breast v/ith a (Irur-de-lis or. 

CoJJKKlNG, gii. three lions, rampant, ar. crowned 
or. 

CoDFORi), or CoDi:roRi), or. on a cliev. az. 
bctw. three wings gii. five plates. 

Codford, ar. on a chev. az. Letw. three wings sa. 
five bezants. 

CoDHAM, enu. an eagle, displayed, gu. 

CoiJiNTON, gu. across, countw-compouyoranda?;. 

Codiiiton, or Codington, gu. a cross or, fretty az. 

CdDLiow, or, tliree serpents, erect, wavy sa. 

Codling, gu. on a canton (anollier, quarter) ar. 
a bend sa. charged with three eagles, dis- 
))layed, or. 

CoiJON, [Suffolk,] ar. a cl\ev. gii. in base a cre- 
scent of the last, on a chief az. tliree bezants. 

CoDRiNGTON, [Dodington, Gloucestershire,] ar. 
a fesse, embattled iuid counter-embattled gu. 
betv.-. three lions, passant, sa. — Crest, a dragon's 
head, couped gu. betw. two dragons' Avings, 
chequy, or and az. 

Codriin/lon, gn. a cross, lozengy, az. and or. 

Codrlngion, [Codrington, Gloucestershire,] ar. a 
fesse, embattled sa. bctw. tlu-ee lions, passant, 
gu. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a dragon's 
Lead gu. betw. two dragons' wings chequy, or 
juid az. 

Codrington, ar. a fesse, embattled countei'-em- 

battled sa. fretty gu. betw. three lions, passant, 

^ of the second. — Crest, a dragon's liead, gu. 

\- betw. two wings, chequy or ancl az. issuing out 
of a ducal coronet or. [Borne hij William 
Codrington, Esq. of Wroughton, Wiltshire, 
1824.] 

CoE, or Coo, [Norfolk,] ar. three piles, wavy, 
gu. betw. twelve martlets sa. 

Coe, or Coo, vaire ar. and gu. over all, three 
])iles conjoined in base ar. each charged with a 
bird sa. 

CoKTON, [CoetoD, Shropsliire,] ar. a fesse engr. 
sa. betw. throe mullets gu. 

CoETS, [London,] per pale or and az. two dol- 
phins, counterchanged on a chief sa, a covered 
cup, betw. two dove-cotes or. 

Coffin, [Somersetshire,] gu. three, bars embat- 
tled ar. 

Coffin, [Somersetshire,] az. tluee bezants, and 
live cross crosslets or. 

Coffin, [Portland, Dorsetshire, and Devon,] ar. a 
chev. betw. three mullets, pierced, sa. 

Coffin, [Somersetshire,] gu. two bars, crenellee, ar. 

Coffin, [Somersetshire,] az. three bezants betw. 
nine cross crosslets or. 

CoFiELD, or CooFiELi), gu. a tlcur-de-lis erm. 

CoGAN, [Irelaud,] sa. thi\'o phic-apples ar. 



C O K 

Cogan, [Chard, Somersetshire,] gu. tliree aspin- 
leaves ar. 

Cogan, ar. tliree aspiu-lcavcs gu. (Anotlter, 
slipi'cd ar.) 

Cogan, lozengy, ar, andgii. 

Cogan, gu. three laurt:l leaves ar. in chief a mul- 
let of six points or. — Crest, a lion's liead, erased, 
gu. sciuee de mullets of six points or. [He- 
ralds' Office, London, C. 24.] 

CoGUESiiALE, [Jlelton and Bengali, Suffolk,] ar. 
a cross betw. four escallops sa. — Crest, a stag, 
lodged, sa. attired or. 

CoGiiiLL, [Coghill-IIall, Knaresborougb, Y'ork- 
shire, and Bushy, Hertfordshire,] gu. on a chev. 
ar. three pellets, a chief sa. — Crest, a cock, with 
•ftiiigs cudorsed erm. (Another, [Oxfordshire,] 
the cock sa. wings expanded or.) 

Cog/: ill, [Blechingtoii, Oxfordshire, Aldenham, 
Hertfordshire, and London.] The same arms. 

CoGGS, [London,] sa. on a bend, betw. three 
cogs of a mill-wheel or, as many elm-leaves vert. 
— Crest, out of a mural coronet az. a grilfin's 
head or, charged with a cog sa. [Granted, 
August 1th, 1708.] 

COGNOSE, [Northumberland,] gu. a fesse, and 
three fusils in fesse ar. 

Coke, or Cook, [Lauford, Derby.shire.] See 
Cook, of Norfolk. 

Coke, ar. a bend, and annulet in the sinister cor- 
ner az. 

Coke, az. tlu-ee cocks ai-. crested or. 

CoKEFiELD, [Norfolk and Suffolk,] ar. a saltier 
sa. 

Cokefield, ar. a saltier sa. betw. four crescents gai. 

Cokefield, [Suffolk,] az. a cross, chequy, ar. and 
gu. 

Cokefeld, [Bucks,] az. a cross, betw. four fetter- 
locks or. 

Cokefield, gu. two fleurs-de-lis in fesso erm. 

Cokefield, ar. a saltier, engr. sp.. betw. foiu- cre- 
scents gu. 

COKEFULL, ar. a cross.. betw. four escallops .sa. 

CoKEiiAM, ar. a Vion, rampant, double queued 
az. fretty r 

CoKELEY or, a lion, rampant, gu. over aU, a 
bend.'- . 

CoKF'.AV, or CoKNEY, gu. three lozenges ar. 
e'.cli charged with a rose of the field. 

Cokeney, gu. three fusils in fesse or. 

CoKEMNGHAM, [Yorkshire,] vert, on a cross 
engr. ar. an annulet sa. — Crest, a goat's head, 
erased ar. 

COKER, ar. ou a bend sa. three leopards' faces gu. 

Coker, [Mapowder, Dorsetshire,] ar. on a bend 
gu. three leopards' heads or, within a bordure 
engr. sa. — CiesI, a moor's head, couped at the 



COL 

shoulders, full-faced, ppr. v.rcatlied about the 
temples. 

Coker, ar. on a bend ^\\. three leopards' faces or, 
a martlet in chief sa. — Crest, the same as the last. 

CoJrer, ar. on a bend az. three leopards' heads or. 

Coker, or Cokers, ar. a chev. betw. three moors' 
beads conped sa. 

Coker, [Dorsetshire,] ar. tlirec men's boots (i. e. 
shambrog-ues) sa. 

Coker, [Mapow'der, Dorsetshire,] ar. on a bend 
sa. three leopards' faces or. 

Coker, ar. on a bend ^. three leopards' faces or. 

CoKERAM, oj- KoKKRAM, ar. on a cross sa. a 
luidlet of six points of the field. 

CoKKREY, ar. on a bend gu. three leopards' 
heads or. 

COKERFIELD, ar. abend cottised, indented, ^n. 

Cokerfield, as. a bend, cottised, dancettee, gu. 

CoKEUHAM, [Derbyshire,] aj'. on a bend sa. 
three leopards' heads of the first. 

Cokerham, [Cohnnbton, Devon,] ar. on a bend 
sa. betw". three fleurs-de-hs az. as many leopards' 
heads of the field. 

Cokerham, ar. on a bend sa. tiu-ee leopards' 
beads or. 

CoKERiNGTON, ar. on a cross sa. a mullet, 
pierced, or. 

COKERITII, ar. a cross sa. 

Cokerith, ar. on a cross sa. a mullet or. 

CoKESEGED, or CocKSEDGE, ar. a saltier sa. 

CoKESFORD, ar. two bars gu. vithin a bordure 
engr. sa. [^Confirmed to Joint Cukesfoi-d, of 
Laiuiton, in Oxfordsliire, Feb. 1611.] 

CoKESEV, ar. on a bend az. three cinquefoils or. 

Cokesey, ar. on a bend az. three cinquefoils of 
the field. 

"COKEWORTII, [Cornv.all,] ar. a chev. az. bcfw. 
three cocks gu. 

COKEYNZ, [Dorsetshire,] bendy of six, gu. and 
erra. 

COLBATCH, [Middlesex,] per pale, gu. and vert, 
a fesse, claucetlee, ar. puttee do sang, betw. 
three fleurs-de-lis or. — Crest, a dexter arm, em- 
bowed, per pale dancettee, vert and az. cufl' 
eiTD. holding in the hand a pine-npple down- 
wards, leaved and slipped all ppr, iGranicd, 
^ Nov. 2d, 171 G.] 

CoLliECK, [Bedfordshiie,] or, two bars vvivy, 
ajjd in chief three Avhales' heads erect, and 
erased sa. — Crest, on a chapeau gu. turned up 
erm. a lion's head erased or, pellettee. 

CoLUORNE, or COLBKOND, ar. on a fe.ssc 
ga. a crescent of the first, a canton of the se- 
cond. 

Collorne, gu. a cross, betw, four swords ar. hiif 
and pomel or. 



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Collorne, [Brufon, Somersetshire,] ar. on a chev. 
betw. three bugle-horTis sa. stringed of the same, 
and gar!ii.-,licd or, as many mullets of the last. — 
Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a rein-deer's 
head ar. attired or. [Heralds Office., Wiltshire, \ 
Devon, and Somersetshire, C. 22.] (Another, \ 
the mullets ar.) i 

Colborne, or Coharne, ar. a chev. betw. three bu- | 
gle-horns sa. stringed or. \_Borne hif V'illiinn \ 
Coluoriif, J'lsq. York Herald, IbiJO, Tiitip. 
MElizahelh.] 

CoLHRANU, o;- CoLBANn, [Staflordshiro,] ar. a 
chev. betw. three bugle-horns sa. stringed or. , 

CoUirand, [Chichester, and of Lewes and Eocham, 
Sussex,] az. three levels, with their phmnuets 
or. — Crest, a tiger, sejant, ar. armed or. 

CoLiiROKE, ar. a lion, rampant, gu. depressed by 
a fesse or, charged with three crosses, pattce, 
fitchee, sa. 

Colbroke, sa. a lion, rampant, ar. over all, on a 
fesse or, three cross crosslets, fitchee, of tlie 
field. 

CoUiroke, or Colhrooke, erm. a cross gu. 

Colhrooke, ar. a lion, rampant, gu. on a fesse sa. 
tliree crosses, forniee, or. 

Colhrooke. [Devon,] ar. a hon, rampant, gu. on a 
bar sa. three cross crosslets, fitchee, of the field. 

Colchroke, [Ashwell, Hertfordshire,] gu. a liou, 
rampant, erm. crowned or, on a chief of the 
last three martlets sa. 

Colehroke, [Gatton, Surrey,] gu. a lion, ramjiant, 
ar. ducally crowned or, on a chief of the last, 
three Cornish choughs ppr. — Crest, a wivern, 
with wings expanded, or, resting his foot on an 
escocheon gu. 

Coi>]iROND^ ar. a fesse gu. on a canton of the 
last, a crescent of the first. 

Colby, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three escallops az. 
within a bordure engT. of the last. — Crest, a 
dexter arm, embowed, ppr. vested az. holding 
a dagger of the first, hilt and pomel or. 

Cvlbij, ar. a cross moline sa. 

Colhij, [Kensington, Middlesex,] az.a chev. betw. 
three escallo]-)S or, within a bordure engr. of the 
last. [Cnated a Baronet 1720.] 

Colchester, [Somersetshire, Warwickshire, 
, and Loudon,] or, a chev. betw. three estoiles 

— Crest, a demi lion ])])r. holding in his 

paws an estoile gu. [Granted l(i2G.] 

Colchester, Eudo de, gu. a cross or, within a bor- 
dure of the second. 

Colchester, ar. a chev. betw. three estoiles gu. 
[Granted to Richard Colchester, of Grafs 
Inn, London, JJecember 2(), 1G26.] 

CoLCHET, sa. a griilin, segTeant, 'ar. beaked and 
legged or. 

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COL 

CoLCi>OUGH, [StafTordsliire,] ar. five eagles, dis- 
played, winjs down in cross sa. — Crest, a denii 
eagle, displayed, sa. diically gorged or. 

COLDIIAM, [MidLurst, Sussex,] az. a mullet ar. 
cbarg-ed v\itli a lorteaux. — Crest, a dragou's 
head gii. transfixed througii (he breast ^vith a 
lance or, armed ar. 

CoMliam, [Burv, Sufiulk,] az. a mullet ar. pierced, 
of tlie field. ' 

Cole, ])er pale, or and ar. a bull sa. on a chief of 
the last, three bezants. — Crest, a denii dragon 
az. wings or, holding a chaplet verl. 

Coh, [NcAvcastle-upon-Tyne,] ar. a chev. engr. 
bet-w. three scorpions, erect, sa. on a chief az. 
as many fieurs-de-lis of the first. — Crest, a 
naked arm, erect, lioldiiig in the hand pjtr. a 
scorpion sa. 

Cole, [Maluon, Essex,] ar. on a chev. embattled, 
az. betw. three dolphins, embowed, sa. as many 
estoiles or.' — Crest, a leopard's head, erased, ar. 
collared and chained or, holding in his month a 
slip of oak vert. 

Cole, [Shentey, Hertfordshb-e, KiJO,] ]>er jialc, 
or and ar. a bull, pas<ant, sa. ^vitliin a bordure 
of the last, on a chief of the third, three be- 
zants. 

Cole, [Somersetshire,] go. a chev. erm. betw. three 
leopmds' heads or.' — Crest, an eagle, displayed, 
ar. ducally gorged or. 

Cole, [Corn V, all,] ar. a bull gu. within a bordure 
sa. bezautee. — Crest, a demi diagon, holding 
an arrow or, headed and feathered ar. 

Cole, [De^•oushire,] gu. ou a chev. cottised, betw. 
three leopai-ds' heads ar. as many torteanxes. 

Cole, [Brancepeth, Durham,] ar. a fessc engr. 
sa. belvt. thiee scorpions, reversed, of tlie zv- 
coud. 

Cole, per pale, erra. and sa. a 
changed. 

Coh, [Devonshire, and Waklen, 
chev. gu. betw. three scorpions, 
second. 

Cole, [Oxfordshire,] sa. three fieurs-de-lis betw. 
two bendlels ar. — Crest, a bundle of arrows, 
ar. banded with a belt, buckled or. 
Cole, ar. a bnll, passant, gu. armed or. — Crest, 
out of a ducal coronet or, a bull's head gu 
armed of the first. 
Cole, gu. a chev. betw. three leopards' heads ar 

— Crest, an eagle, dis))layed, ar. 
Cole, [Strade, Devon, and London,] ar. a bull^ 

passant, within a bordure sa. bezantee, armed yfir. 
Cole, ar. a bull, passanl, gu. armed or, witliiu a 

bordure sa. bezantee. 
Cole, 1U-. a chev. gu. betw. three scorpions, erect. 



counter- 



Essex,] ar. a 
reversed, of the 



COL 

Cole, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three scorpions, reversed, 

Cole, ar. a bull, passant, sa. collared and lined or, 
within a bordure of the second, bezantee. [C'o«- 
finiicd to Sulo?non Cote, of Lusse, Hants, 
^ Heralds' OJfice, JJa:r:pshire, C. 19.] 

CoLKS, [I)-elaud,] gu. on a chev. betw. two lions' 
heads, erased, or, ten oo:i-esses.— Crest, a 
snake, wreatht;d about a marble pillar ppr. gar- 
nished or. [Granted IGiS.'] 

Coles, per pale, ar. and gu. a bull, passant, coim- 
terchmiired. — Crest, an arm, embowed in ar- 
mour, holding in the hand ppr. and ejitwined 
round the arm a serjieut vert. 

Coles, [Dorsetshire,] gu. a chev. betw. three leo- 
pards' faces ar. 

Coles, gu. a chev. cotfised, betw. tlnee leopards' 
faces ar. 

CoLLE, ar. a fesse engr. betw. three scorpion?, 
erect, sa. [Granted^ to Ralph Colle, of Xew- 
casi le-iipon-Ti/ne, December 3, lGi4.] 

CoLLBY, [Hampshire,] az. a chev. erm. betw. 
three cajiles, displayed, ar. beaked and lesjgcd. 



pneons gu. 
two arrows 



Coi.rGRAVF, ar. two bars bet-.v 
— Crest, on a mui'al coronet 
in saltier banded 

CoLKLiNG, [Corcley, Shropshire,] vert, a grilfiii, 
scgreant, or. 

Coleman, az. on a pale rayonne or, a lion, rani- 
pant, gu. — Crest, a callrap or, betw. two w iugs 
ar. [J3onie In/ JValter Coleman, Esq. ofLanj- 
Icy, Wilis, 1824.] 

Colman. See CoL^iA.S. 

CoLKMORK, o>- CoLLVMOKE, [Touruav, France, 
and Colmore, Somersetshire,] gu. billetty, and 
three crescents or. (Another, ar.) — Crest, ii' 
moor's head, couped below the breast, vri pro- 
file, ppr. wTeathed about the temple/s, or and gu. 

CoLENLiiY, or, six billets gu. 

CoLEXwooD, [Xorthumberlc.nd.] See CoL- 
LiNGAyooD. ^- '■ 

CoLEPEPER, [Yu.'glium, Norfolk,] ar. a bend 
engr. gu. — C»^esf, a falcon, with wings expanded, 
ar. beaked^legged, and belled or. 

Colcpcpeiy, LPreston-Jlall, Kent.] The same, with 
due d'.'fierence. 

Cotey^per, [Lincolnshire.] The same. 

Ci/iepcper, ar. a chev. sa. betw. three martlets 

^gu. 

CoLEUGH, ar. on a bend az. three annulets or, in 
the sinister chief jioiiit, three crosses, I'ormee, 
fitcheo, of the second. 

CoLE'i', or, a lion, rampant, gu.. — Crest, a dex- 
ter arm, in armour ppr. holding a cimetar ar. 
hilt and pomel or. 



COL 

Coleij, ar. a cliev. gu. betw. three soorpioiis, re- 
versed, sa. 

COLFOX, or, on a cliief a/,, tlireo foxes' leads, 
erased, of tlie field. 

Col/ox, sa. on a cluef ar. three foxes' heads, couped, 
gu. 

Colfo.v, sa. on achev. ar. three foxes' heads, coiipcd, 
gu. 

Co/fox, sa. on a clie> . ar. tliree foxes' heads, erased, 
gu. 

COLIIET. See CoLLliT. 

CoDMER, [Kent,] gu. three crescent;; lietw. nine 
(another, eight) billets ar. 

CoLLAND, ar. tv.o bars gu. in chief three lor 
teauxes. — Crest, a iish-wheel or. 

Collar, or Collou, [Gloucestershire,] ar. a 
saltier, vaire, or and sa. bet\v. four escallops of 
the last. — Crest, a tiger's h.ead, erased, or. 
[Confirmed Jtine 2, 15C9.] 

Collar, [Gloncesterslure,] ar. a saltier vaire, or 
and gu. betw. foiu- est-allops of the last. 

Coller, or Collar, [Gloucestershire and London,] 
ar. a cross vaire, or and gu. betv.'. four escallojis 
sa. 

C0LJ-.AKD, [Barnstou, Essex,] per fcsse, or fnul 
ar. three moors' heads, side-faced, couped, pjjr. 
wreathed round the temples, or and sa. — Crest, 
a demi lion, rainpaut, sa. supporting a cross- 
bow or. [Grant ed to William Collard, of 
Barnston, Essex, June 16, 1G40.] 

Collard, az. three ladies' beads, in fesse, betw. 
as many fieurs-de-lis or. 

Coltarde, [Collard and Southcott, Devon,] gy- 
ronny of six, or and sa. three moors' heads, 
couped, of the second.- — Crest, a demi liou, 
rampant, sa. holding a scaling-ladder or. 

CoLLAY, or COLLEY, [Hertfordshire, Cheshire, 
ami -Warwickshire,] sa. three swans' necks, 
erased, ar. within a bordure, or.— Crest, an 
elephant's hr:Kl gu. betw. two wings .sa. 

Collaij, sa. three ^■'"ans' heads, erased, ar. 

Colky, [Gla.sson, Eutii.'Hlshire,] ar. a cross, wavy, 
sa. 

Collce, Collet;, or Cooling, ar. a cross, wavy, sa. 
(Another, wavy and hinnettce s, ) — Crest, a 
griilin, scgreaiit, ar. beaked, and legged, or. 

Colleij, ar. a cross gu. 

Colli I/, [Ireland,] or, alien, rampant, gn. 

CoLLE. See CoLK. 

CoLLEBY, [Devon,] az. a chev. eugr. bef^\. three 
escallops or, withiji a bordure, eiigr. of the se- 
cond. 

CoLLRN, CoLLiM, or CoLLiNGS, [Tiigh-Laver, 
Essex,] vert, a griffin, segrcant, or. — Crest, a 
grilliu's head, erased, or, collared vert. 

Cullcn, [Little Laver, Essex.] 'J'lie same, charged 



COL 

with a crescent.— Crest, a griflin's licad, erased, 
vert, collared erni. charged with a crescent. 

Collen, [l^ssex, Kent, and Stallordshire, 101:2.] 
The same arms. — Crest, a griffin's head, erased, 
or, collared, erm. (Another cre-sf, a Acmi gnT- 
fin or, collared ar.) 

Collin, or Collins, az. on a chev. ar. betw. three 
bezants, as many birds sa. 0!i a chief or, a 
griffin, passant, per pale, gn. and sa. — Cre=t, a 
griffin, jjassant, gu. (Another crest , on a cha- 
]ieau gu. turned up erm. a griffin, passant, per 
pale, sa. and gii.) 

Collin, [YAtou, Notts,] vert, a griffin, segrennt, 
or, beaked and membci'ed gu. on a chief in- 
dented ar. two ciosses, former, of the third. — 
Crest, a talbot's head, erased, per fesse in- 
dented, or and ar. eared and charged on the 
)ieck with a cross formee gu. [Granted June 
27, 1732.] 

Co LING, per pale, vert and gu. a griffin, scgrennt, 
or. — Crest, a demi griffin, segreant, liokiin^- 
betw. his talons a fusil gu. charged with a crescent 
ar. [Granted 1672.] 

Collinfj, [Cockleigh, Suffolk,] vert, a griffin, se- 
greant, or, on a canton ar. a lleur-de-lis gu. 

CoLLiNGS, vert, a griffin, segreant, per fesse, or 
and sa. crowned ar. 

Collins, [Devon,] sn. on a clirv. betw. three 
doves ar. live guttee de sang. 

Collins, [Kent,] vert, a griffin, segreant, or, 
beaked, legged, and ducally gorged, ar. — 
Crest, a demi griffin or, beaked, legged, and 
ducally gorged ar. [Granted May 12, 1570.] 

Collins, gu. on a bend or, three martlets sa. 

Collins, [London, Sussex, and Sittingbourn, 
Kent,] gu. en a bend or, three martlets az. all 
v.ithin a bordure erm. — Crest, a demi gi-iffiu or, 
beaked and legged gu. collared erm. 

Collins, or Colly n, [Cornwall,] ar. a chev. sa. 
betw. three Cornish choughs p])r. 

Collins, [Kent,] vert, a griflin, segreant, ar. armed 
or. 

Collins, ar. a boar's head, couped and erect, g-u. 
betw. three roundles, per fesse, or and guV — 
Crest, a demi griffin ar. 

Collins, [Ottery,"St. Bfary, Devon,] az. thre-- 
torches or, lired or lighted ppr. — Crest, a cubit 
arm, erect, ppr. holding a torch or, lighted 
I>pr. 

CuUiiis, [Essex,] az. on a chev. ar. betw. three 
bezants, as many martlets sa. on a chief or, a 
j^riilin, passant, v,itli wings endorsed, ]ipr pale, 
sa. and gu. — -Crest, on a cli:i];eau, gu. turned 
up erm. a gri.Tin, passant, per ])ale, ar. and gu. 

Collins, gu. on a bend or, three mullets of the 
field. 



COL 

Collin-i, gu. a crcstfiit criii. vithiii an orlc of 

iiiiirtlcts ar. — Crost, a domi grilliu or, aniied 

pi. 
Collcn.t, [OfiVfll, Dorsetshire,] sa. a cliev. ar. 

gnttcc (le sann;, betw. tliree doves of tlie second. 

— Cn st, a dove ar. 
Collcns. or Collcnsirell, [Barnes-Hill, Devon,] 

U7.. tlirco fire-briiiids ppr. — Crest, a cubit arm, 

linldiui,' a fire-brand, all ppr. 
Colli IIS, [Vpiou, Derefordshire,] vert, a giiflin, 

sej^Toant, and a crescent for difference, or. [Coii- 

finiuil to Rkhard CoUcns, Esq. of Upton, 

Ucnfordshire, October, KJIS.] 
Coth/iif/s, [Uury, Siiflblk,] vert, a gTiflin, sc- 

g^reant, or, on a canton of the second, a (leiir- 

<lc-lis sa. — Crest, a nag's head, sa. bridled or, 

(lie rein lianging down before, witli a ring at 

the <'nd of it. 
('oi.i.KSWooD. See CoLLiNcwoon. 
('oj.i.i.it. See Collar. 
(!(U.Li:s, [Worcestershire,] g\i. a chev. ar. pel- 

iettec, charged with two bars gemelles of tlie 

field, betw. three lions' heads, erased, or. — 

('ri>sf, a sea-pic, -with wings cx])andcd, or, 

gnltee sa. standing on a dolphin. King on his 

back, of the fnst. 
('olli;t, [Suflblk,] sa. on a chev. betw. three 

hinds, tripp;)nt, ar. as many aniuilets of tlie 

first. — Crest, a hind, trijipant, ar. 
Coll.t. [S\v Henry, Lord ^tlayor of l^nidon, 148G.] 

Tin- same arms. 
Cdlltlt, [London,] sa. on a chev. ar. Aoided of 

the firld, five annulets of the second, betw. 

three hinds p])r, — Crest, a hind, ])as5ant, ppr. 

ri'posiiig his dexter foot on an escocheon sa. 

[a, a II In! Ma,/ 7. 1711.] 
Collet I, [The liale, Wendover, Bucks,] sa. on 

a chev. ar. voided of the field, three annulets 

of the second, betw. as many hinds, statant, 

I'i"-- 
C"!l' II, sa. on a diev. ar. voided of the field, 

inlw. three hinds, passant, as many annulets of 

till' second, — Crest, a stag ppr. supporting w ilh 

the drxtcr foot an escocheon sa. [Boriii' bij 

IJnn.z.rJuhn Collet I, Esq. of Locker s House, 

UrnaUIrmpsI, ad, -Herts, iHiL] 
Collirl, ar. a bend, wavy, sa. 
Cot/irl, i,r. a bend, wavy, vert. 
(^OM.KTON. [Lfiiidon, and Exmonfh, Devon,] or, 

Ihreo stag's heads, coiiped, ppr. — Crest, astag's 

head, couped, pjir, 
Colltton, or, three roebucks' beads, couped, t |)r, 

—Crest, a roebuck's head, couped, jipr. collared 

Colleton, [Devon,] or, three bucks' heads, erased, 



COL 

Colleton, [Devon,] per pale, gu, and sa. a saltier 
engr. betw. four castles or. 

CoLLEY, See COLLAY. 

COLLIATI, or CoLLYAR, [Darlston, Stafford- 
shire,] ar. on a chev. az. betw. tliree dcmi iini. 
corns, courant, gu. as many acorn slips or. — 
Crest, a demi negro ppr. with pearls in the cars 
ar. holding in the dexter hand an acorn branch, 
fructed, or. 

Colbjear, [Ireland,] gu. on a chev. betw. three 
^\olves' heads, erased, ar. as many trees vert, 
fructed of the field. — Crest, a nnicoru, rampant, 
ar. armed and ungnled or. 

Collier, sa. a cross, pattee, fitchee, or. [Granted 
to Francis Collier, of Dailinqton, Stafford- 
shire, October 10/ 5tli Charles J. 1G29.] 

Collier, or Col/i/er, sa. a cross, pattee, fitchee, 
or, a canton ar. 

Collier, alias DimocJc, [Puddle, Dorsetshire,] ar. 
a chev. betw. three bats, displayed, sa- — Crest, 
a wivcrn, with wings endorsed ar. 

Colli/er, [Stafl'ordshire,] sa. a cross, pattee, fitchee, 
or. — Crest, a cross, pattee, fitchee, or, betw. 
two eagles' wings sa. [Con finned October 10, 

CoUijcr, [Dorsetshire,] gu. on a chev. betw. three 
\\ olves' heads, erased, ar. as many roses of the 
first, stalked, and leaved ^ert. — Crest, a demi 
unicorn ar. armed, maned, and hoofed or. 

Cdlhjer, gn. on a chev. ar. betw. three wolves' 
heads, erased, or, as many roses of the field, 
seeded, gu. barbed vert. — Crest, a demi uni- 
corn ar. armed, crined, and iinguled or. [Borne 
with the arms of Haivkes upon an escocheon of 
pretence, (viz. az. three bendlets or, a chief erm. 
ill ri(jht of his Wife, Mary, Davii^ler and 
Co-heiress of Thomas Haivkes, of L:ttle,-y'-'-fJ,', 
Leicester, Gent. J h,j tlie liev. M iitin.r. ij.-rnfoe 
Colhjer, D.D. LED. anr' J\A.S, of Peck- 
ham, Surrey, and Lutter : <,ri/i .foresaid, 1824.] 
See Plate of Arms. 

CoLLIX, > e <• 

Collins, ^^^ee Clm-.s. 

Colliiifj, per p"'-, vert and gu. a griflhi, segrcant, 
or. [Cor r, med to Richard Colling, Esq. De- 
cember \[i, Hu-2.] 

CoL' ciiORNK, [Devonshire and M\''iltshire,] ar. 
; .tiUier, chequy, or and az. betw. four colum- 
i)i)H s ppr. — Crest, a demi woman ppr. her hair 
disliovelled or, habited erm. sleeves gu. holding 
in the dexter hand a covered cup or. 

CoUinrjbornc, (piarterly, or and az. 

CoUiiKjborne, [Northumberland,] quarterly, or and 
az. a cross, pattee, counlerchanged. 

CoUinyborne, [Devonshire,] ar. a saltier, cliequy, 
or and az. 



■See CoLLEN. 



COL 

CoUinr/lorne, quarterly, ar. aud az. a cross moliiie, 

coiinterchauged. 
COLLINGKEV, or, tliree )Ieiirs-(le-lis az. 
COLLIN'GRIG, or CoLLVNGREGi'., or, tlu'ee flcurs- 

de-]is az. 
CoUin(jri(j, or, three fleurs-de-lis az. williiri a 

bordiMC eugr. of the secoud. 
CoLLiNCTON, az. oa a fesse or, three maidens' 

heads, couped below the breast ppr.— Crest, a 

stag's head, erased, ppr. 
. CoLLiNGWOOD, [Braiitou, Xorthiunberlaiid,] ar. 

a ciiev. betw. three bucks' heads, eiased, gu. 
Collin ff wood, [Xorthumberland,] ar. a che\'. ilory, 

counterflory, az. betw. three hares' heads, erased, 

purp. each having in his mouth an oak-leaf vert. 
Colliitf/ivood, [Northuuiberlaud,] ar. three chev. sa. 

on each fi\e bezants. 
ColliiK/wood, [Norfolk,] gu. three bucks' heads, 

erased, ar. attired or. — Crest^ h buck's head, as 

in the arms. 
Collenwood, ar. three bucks' heads, cabossed, gu. 

attired, of the first. 
CoLiiN WOOD, [Northumberland,] ar. thi-ee bucks' 

heads gu. attired or. 
Collins, and 
Collin. 
CoLLlN-SON, [York,] az. three cinqnefoiis or, on 

each a torteaux. 
C0LLIRA.Y, per pale, iadeiited, gu. and ar. a 

buO, passant, couuterchanged. 
ColUrcn/, ar. throe bats' wings sa. 
Colliraij, per pale, indented, gu. and ar. a bull, 

passant, couuterchanged, within a bordure sa. 

bezantee. 
CoLLMORE, or COLLAMORE, [Birmingham, 

Warwickshire,] gu. three crescents, betw. nine 

billets or. — Crest, a moors' head, couped at 

the shoulders ppr. v reathed about the temples, 

or and gu. 
CoLLOMiiEk, gu. a bend or. 
CoLLO.Mi!ERS, gii. a bend ar. 
CoLLONM, [Italy,] gu. a pillar ar. ensigned with 

a crowTi or. 
CoLLoWTERY, ar. a chev. betw. tliree bats, dis- 
played, sa. 
CoLLS, gu. on a chief, indented, ar. three annu- 
lets of the Held. 
CoLLU.viBELL, [Derbyshire,] sa. three do^es ar. 

each holding in his beak aii ear of wheat, 

(another, laurel,) or. 
Collumbcll, [Blytou, Lincolnshire,] sa. three doves 

ar. — Crest, on a chapeau gu. turned up erm. a 

dove close ppr. in his beak an ear of v.heat or. 
CoLLViLi;, [Gorne, Ireland,] quarterly, ar. and 

sa. ; in the first and fourth quarters, a cross 

formee, gu. ; in the second and third, a fesse, 



■ COL 

chequy, or and vert. — Crest, a Iiind's head ar. 
charged with a cross, formee, sa. [Gr(uif(d 
April -i^j, 1(i7<).] 

CoLLYER. See witli Colliar. 

CoLMAijy, [Devon,] az. a chev. bet^v. three pears 
ar. 

CoLMAN, [Kent,] per fesse, ar. and sa. a cross, 
patonce, betw. four mullets counterchanged. 
— Crest, a greyhound's head sa. gorged with a 
collar and ruig ar. charged >\ ilh a miJlet sa. 

Culinan, [Brunt, Ely, Suffolk, and Harwich, Es- 
sex,] az. ui)on a pale rayoiu'-.e or, a lion, ram- 
pant, gu. — Crest, a calti'ap or, betw. two wings 
ar. 

Coliiiaii, ar. on a fesse gu. three mullets or. 

CoLMEL, [Northumberland,] ar. three chev. sa. 
bezantee. 

CoLMJCR, [Wyghton, Norfolk,] gyronny of eight, 
ar. and sa. oji a chief or, three lions, rampant, 
gu. 

CoLMERLEY, Or CoLMERBY, az. a lion, ram- 
pant, ar. a label of four points gu. 

Coi^NE, sa. a fesse, betw. two chev. ar. 

CoLNJcr, [Ilanqjshire,] or, on a chev. gu. three 
pomegi-anates of the field. 

CoLNEY, sa. a fesse betw. two chev. ar. 

CoLQUHON, [Scotland,] ar. a saltier, engr. sa. 

Colqnhoun, [Duuyelder, Scotland,] ar. a sal- 
tier, engT. sa. in base, a rose gu, — Crest, a 
branch of laurel, slipped, ppr. 

CoLRETii, [Lincolnshire,] ar. three fieirrs-de-lis 
az. 

CoLRiDGE, gu. a cross, flowered, betv.'. five mart- 
lets or. 

CoLROND, ar. a fesse gu. on a canton of the se- 
cond, a crescent of the first. 

Cols ELL, or, a pale az. a chief vert. 

CoLSHiLL, or CoLSELL, [Essex and Cornwall,] 
chequy, or and sa. a chief of the first gutteo de 
sang.- — Crest, an arm, couped at the shoulder, 
in armour garnished or, holding in the hand a 
gauntlet, all ])\n. 

Colsliill, or Col.sell, chequy, or and sa. a chev. ar. 
gu llee de sang. 

Colsliill, chequy, or and sn. a chief ar. 

Cohhili, [London,] chequy, or and az. on a chief 
;ir. a goat, salient, gu. 

Colsliill, chequy, ar. and gu. a chief or. 

Colsliill, chequy, a)', and sa. a chief erm. 

Colsliill, [Devonshire,] checjuy, ar. and sa. a cliief 
or. 

C-dshill, or Colscll, [Kent,] quarterly, gu. and 
sa a lion, rampant, or, betw. three crosses, 
formee, fitchce, at the foot, of the third. 

Culsliill, [Devon,] chequy, ar. and sa. on a chief 
of the first, four gutlee de sang. 



COL 

CohJifU, or, a pale gii. nml chief vert. 
COLSTOX, ar. two barlj^ls, re^jjectiii;^- each otlicr 



liaurieiil, ciidovsed, 



sa. 



Colston, ar. two ba 
M'itliiii ii bordure sa. 

Colsoii, sa. oil a pule, lietv>-. two palcts ar. three 
escochcons g-ii. — Clrest, two arms, coiiped at 

the elbovr, liabifed holding- in the baud 

ppr. an escocheon or. 

Colston, [Essex,] ar. two dolphins, hanrient, sa. 

Colston, Coiihon, or Coiilston, [Loudon and Es- 
sex,] ar. two dolphins, hanrient, respecting- each 
other, sa. chained together by their ncc!;s, the 
chain pendent or, — Cre=t, a dol|)hin, embo-ived, 

Colston, ar. three dolphins, hanrient, v.ithin a 

bordvirc sa. 
Colston, g-n. two barbies, resiiecting- each other, or. 
C'o/iYow,' [Essex,] az. two barbels, hanrient, respect- 
ing each other, ar. 
Collision, [St. Ives, JIunting-donshirc,] ar. a chev. 

engr. gii. betw. three dolphins, embowed, sa. 

— Crest, an eagle, -with wings endorsed, or, 

preying on a dolphin ])pr. 
Colt, []']ssex,] erni. a iesse, betw. three col's lu 

fall speed sa. — Croit, a colt in fall si)eed, sa. 

holding- in his month a broken tilting spear or, 

headed az. the otiier part of the spear Ijing' 

betw. his hind legs. 
Colt, [Essex,] ar. a ll^sse az. betw. three colts, in 

full speed sa. 
Colt, [^Middlesex and Carlisle,] ar. a fesse, betw. 

three colts, in full speed, sa. — Crest, a colt, as 

in the ai-ms. [Granted to Coll, of Can- 

terhuni, Kent, June 30, 1G15.] 
Colt, [Colt-Hall, Suftblk, 15S7.] The same, 

with due difference. — Crest, a nag's head erm. 
Colt, or Conit, [Canterbury, 1G13,] or, a fesse, 

betw. three colts, in fuU speed, sa. — Crest, in a 

fire ppr. a ram ar. attired or. 
Coi.TAMiiE, or, a chev. betw. three escallops az, 
COLTIIORPE, vaire, ar. and gu. 
Coi-.Tiii'RST, [Somersetshire,] ar. a fosse, betw. 

two cults, passant, sa. — Crest, a derul lion, ram- 
pant, affrontee ar. 
CollJuirsl, [Ireland,] ar. on a fesse, betw. three 

colts, conrant, sa. as many trefoils, slipped, or. 

— Crest, a colt, statant, sa. 
CoLTMAN. or Coi-];man, [Leicestershire and 

London,] az. -a cross, patonce, pierced of the 
- field or, betw. four midlets, pierced, ar. — Crest 

a nag's head, erased, sa. maned and bridled ; r. 
tasselled or. 
('OL'i-ON, [Essex,] az. two barbels, re^jieoiin^ 

each other ar. 
Coi/rwoKTii, or CoLi.vWAUr, vaire iu-. .o.-.d gu. 



COL 

CoiATBiiRS, per fesse, ar. and gu. a cross, sar- 

celly, counterchaiigcd. 
CoLUiMiiRRSigu. a chief ar. a cross, moline, coun- 

terchanged. 
Cohunlwrs, \<er fesse, gu. and ar. a cross, moline, 

counterchangcd. * 

Cohnnhcrs, gu. a cross, formee, fitcliee, ar. 
Coltuubcrs, [Dc^on,] gu. a cross, formee, fitchee, 

or. 
Cohunhers, gu. a bend or. 
CoL^'IL, [Scotland,] ar. a cross, moline, sa. scpiar^^ 

])ierccd of the field. 
Coli-il, [IJlair, Scotland.] The same, within a 

bordure, cpiarterly, gu. and ar. — Crest, a hind's 

head, coniied, jipr. f Another crest, n demi 

man, clothed in a lion's skin, holding a baton, 

all ppr.) 
Colrilc, or, on a fesse gu. three cross crosslets ar. 
Coh-Uc, or, on a fesse gu. three crescents ar. 
Colfile, or, a fesse gu. in chief a ciuquefoil az. 
Coluile, or, six billets gu. three, two, and one. 
Colvile, ar. a cross, flory, gu. 
Colvile, ar. a cross, moline, gu. 
Colrlle, ar. three crosses, paftee, gu. 
Colvile, ar. three lions, passant, sa. bezantee. 
Colvile, ar. on a fesse gu. three lions of the field. 
Colvile, per fesse ar. and gu. a cross, moline, 

counterchanged. 
Colvile, [Bitham, Lincolnshire,] or, a fesse gu. 
Colvile, [Suffolk,] sa. a lion, rampant, ar. and bend 

gu. 
Colvile, ar. on a fesse gu. three lions or. 
Colvile, [Lincolnshire,] or, on a fesse gu. tlu-ee 

lions, rampant, ar. 
Colvile, or, three chev. sa. each charged with fn i 

bezants. 
Colvile, [Yorkshire,] or, a fosse gu. on a ch'' '^ <:; 

the second three bezants. 
Colvile, [Sufl'olk,] az. a lion, ramjian', ar. and 

bend gu. — Crest, a dejiii lion, or, holding- in the 

dexter foot, a cross, moline, f^u. 
Colvile, [Lincolnshire and C-umbridgesliire,] az. a 

Hon, rampant, ;;r. -.-.•.id 'label gu. — Crest, on a 

chapeau az. tiinicd up erm. a lion, ar. charged 

on tiic shou'utr w ith a label of three points gu. 

Colvile, 'J-. Coljiill, [Nortlmmiitonshire, Cum- 

bevki:.;!, Lincolnsliire, Northumberland, and 

Kent,] ar. three chev. sa. bezantee. 
ColvH", or Cohvcdl, [Kent,] ar. three chev. sa. 

cai-ii charged with five annulets or. 
Cot, lie, or "Colivc'll, [Cambridgeshire,] az. a lion, 
iumpant, or, and label gu. — Crest, on a cha- 
peau gu. turned up orni. a lion, passant, ar. 
gorged A^iih a label of three points of the 
lirst. 
Colvile, [Isle of E'y,] ar. a lion, rampant, az. a 



COM 

label ^. — Crest, a gTcybouncls' bead, erased, 
!ir. 

C.olvilc, or, oil a pile az. a lion, rampant, ar. 
betw. two cock pheasants, endorsed, ])urp. 

Colvile, ["^'orksbue,] or, a fosse gu. iu cliief three 
tfirfi>aiixcs. 

Colrilr, az. a lion, rampant, ar. on a chief crm. a 
label gu. 

Culvilc, ar. a cross, patonce, gii. 

Cloiile, ar. a cross, pattee, gu. 

Collin, or, a fesse gu. betw. three martlets sa. 

('olci/l, or, three chess rooks gu. 

Colvill, ar. a cross (lowered gu. 

Colvil/, [Cumberland,] or, a cross flowered gai. 

ColiilL ar. three lions, passant, ia pule sa. be- 
zautee. 

Colvillc, ar. a cross, moliue, sa. — Crest, a stag's 
head, couped ar. [Borne hy Avdreiu ColvU/c, 
(formerly Wedderlnirn,) Esq. 18:24.] 

CoLWiCH.ar. a fosse, betw. three bats, displayed, sa. 

CoLWiKE, gu. three fusils iu fesse ar. in chief 
two cinquefoils or. 

Colwike, ar. the did re])lenished with cross cross- 
lets, fifcliee, az. a bend of the last. 

Coluike, quarterly ; first, ar. on a bend az. three 
bezants ; secondly, ar. a cross crosslet, fitcliee, 
iiz. and sa. 

Colwike, ar. ou a bend az. three bezants, pierced 
in chief, a cross crosslet or. 

COLYKAR. See with COLLIAK. 

CoLVRA, ar. three bats sa. 

Com 13 E, per pale, ar. and sa. a cross, betw. four 
martlets counterchanged. 

Comhe, erm. on a bend gni. three combs or. 

Coi/ihe, Coiimhe, or Coombe, [Stratford-upon-Avon, 
Warwickshire,] sa. three lions, rampant, or. 

Combe, or Coumbe, [Cliidington, Buckinghamshire, 
and Hertfordshire,] crm. tliree lions, passant, in 
pale gu. — Crest, a dexter hiind and arm, em- 
bowed, in armour, garnished or, wreathed .about 
the mni, ar. and or, holding iu the hand a bro- 
ken tilting spear of thy last. 

Combe, ar. on a chev. gu. three gai-bs or. 

Combe, [Somersetsliiie,] sa. two bars, betw. 
seven bees, three, three, and one, ar. — Crest, 
a demi lion sa. ducally gorged ar. 

Combe, ar. on a bend gu. three combs or. 

Combe, [London and Devon,] gu. two bars or, 
betw. six lozenges ar. three, two, and one. 
[Granted to John Combe, of London, Juli/ 2, 

mm.] 

(■iiiimbe, sa. three lions, passant, iu pale or. 

CoMiiER, [Donnington, Sussex,] or, a fesse, 
daurettee, gu. betw. three esloiles sa. — Crest, a 
grevhoutid's head sa. charged on the neck with 
'hrec bezants, two and one. 



COM 

CoMBERFORi), [Comberford, Staffordshire,] gu. 

a tall)ot, passant, ar. 
Comberford, or Cumberford, [Warwickshire,] 

gu. on a cross cngr. ar. five roses of the 

field. 
CoMiiERTON, erm. on a fesse gu. three castles 

or. 
Comberton, gu. a lion, vaire, or and az. 
Comberton, gu. a lion, rami<ant, or, crov.ued az. 

tail forked. 
Comberton, gu. two lions, sejant, guardant, un- 
der one head, or, croMiied az. 
Comberton, [Lincohishire,] ar. a chev. betw. three 

martlets sa. 
Comberton, sa. three helmets or. 
Comberton, gu. a lion, rampant, with two bodies, 

or, crowned az. 
Comberton, or, a chev. betw. three martlets sa. 
CoMiiERWELL, erm. on a fesse sa. thi-ce plates. 
CoMiJKRWORTii, chequy, or and gu. on a chief 

of the first, a lion, passant, az. 
Condjerworih, chequy, or and gu. on a chief ar. a 

lion, passant, guardaut, sa. 
Combericorth, chequy, or and gu. on a chief ar. a 

lion, passant, sa. 
Comberivortit, chequy, or and gu. a chief ar. 
Comb REM, ar. a fesse betw. three birds sa. 
Co.MBRiELL, az. three lions, passant, or. 
CoMiiV, erm. thi-ee cinquefoils sa. 
CoMiN. See with Com YN. 
CoMPiON, or, amaunchsa. 
Compion, or, a maunch, within a bordure, engr. 

sa. 
Cfi.MroRT, ar. on a chev. gu. betw. three tor- 

teauxes, as many quatrefoils or. [Confirmed to 

Christopher Coi,iport, of Eltham, Kent, 

December I, 16G3.] 
Comport, [Eltham and Cliislehurst, Kent,] ar. a 

chev. gu. betw. three torteauxes, charged witli 

as many quatrefoils of the field. — Crest, a demi 

lion ar. cliarged on the slioulder with a quatre- 

foil gu. holding a torteau.x. -^^ 

CoMi'RiNEY, [France,] ar. a bugle-horn gu. betw. 

six martlets sa. 
CoMi'TON, sa. a lion, passant, guardant, or, betw. 

three esquires' helmets ppr. garnished gold. — 

Crest, a demi dragon, erased, wings elevated, 

the bodv encircled with a ducal coronet 

[Borne by Henri/ C. Compton, of Minsteede 

Alanor-Uouse, Lyndhurst, Hants, 1823.] 
Compton, sa. three close helmets ar. 
Compton, [Surrey and Hampsliire,] erm. ou a 

bend sa. three close helmets or. 
'Compton, [Somersetshire,] ar. three mascles gu. 

on a chief sa. a helmet of the first, betw. two 

birds' lieads, erased, or. 

[EC] 



CON 

Compfon, or, on a bend sa. tlirce intillcfs of the 
field. 

Compion, [Ilarfhiiry, Gloucestershire,] ar. a fcsse, 
nebnlee, p;u. on a chief of the last, a helnu-t 
betw. two lions' heads, erased, or. 

Compfon, ar. a fesse, nebnlee, ^i. on a chief of 
the last, a helmet, betw. two hawl^s' lieads, 
erased, or. 

Compion, [Xorfhamptonshire,] sa. a lion, pas- 
sant, g-nardant, or, betw. three helmets ar. 
— Crest, on a moinit vert, a beacon or, in- 
flamed on the top ppr. on the beacoji a scroll, 
■«-ith this motto. Nisi Doduiius. 

Comptuu, sa. a chev. betw. three doves ar. 

CoMR Vi'S, or, three bars sa. on an iiie;a-oc!ieon 
of the first, a canton gii. 

CoMVN, g-u. three garbs ar. 

Comi/n, ar. three garbs betw. nine cross crosslets gu. 

Covujn, or Comiii, [Lincolnshire,] ar. three garbs, 
betw. nine cross crosslets, fitchee, gn. 

Comyn, [Yorkshire,] ar. three garbs gu. 

Comyn, [Durham ai:d I'lssex,] az. a chc\. enn. 
betw. three garbs or. — Crest, two arms, coiiped 
at the shoiddcrs, habited erm. holding in the 
liands ppr. a garb or. 

Comijti, or Comin, gu. three garbs or. 

Comiii, [Yorkshire,] ar. three garbs gu. handed or. 

Comin, ar. three gai'bs, betw. nine cross crosslets, 
fitchee, gii. 

Comin, or Comyn, gu. three garbs, betw. a dou- 
ble tressnre, flory, counterfiory, or. 

CONAX, [Kelfield,] ar. a cross engr. sa. 

CoNARTOX, [Cornwall,] az. three covered cups 
or. (Another, ar.) 

Cornarton, or Corvaton. The same. 

CoNDEROW, ar. a chev. betw. three horns sa. 

Condon, [^Yellerby, Yorkshire,] gu. a fesse ar. 
a martlet or. [Granted, June 22, l(i27, to 
Thomas Condon, of Wellerlnj, Yorhsliire, I£sq.] 

CoNDUiTT, [Westminster,] gu. on a fesse, wavy, 
ar. betw. three pitchers, double eared, or, as 
many bees, volant, ppr. — Crest, t^vo caducean 
rods, with wings lying fesseways, or, thereon a 
peacock's head ppr. [Granted Auqust IG, 
1717.] 

Conduit, gni. three pitchers ar, 

CoXEi.RV, ar. on a chev. betw. three leopards' 
heads sa. as many fleurs-de-lis of the field. 

Coneley, ar. on a chev. sa. three leopards' Aices 
or. 

Coney, [^laHon, Lincolnshire,] sa. on a fesse 
cottised or, betw. three conies ar. as many es- 
callops of the field. — Crest, a demi cniiey sa. 
holding a pansy flower purj). stalked and leaved 
vert. 

Coney, sa. a chev. or. - - ■ .,.; 



CON 

Coney, or, on abend sa. three trefoils, slipped, ar. 

Coney, [Norfolk,] sa. a fcsse, cottised, betw. 
three conies ar. [Borne by William Coney, 
Esq. of GiUinyhuin, Norfolk, created a Baro- 
net June S, ltU2.] 

Conney, [Bassingthorpe, Lincolnshire,] ar. a fesse, 
betw. three conies, passant, sa. 

Cony, [ITuntingdunshire and Hertfordshire,] ar. a 
saltier gu. betw, four conies, feeding, sa. — Crest, 
on a mount vert, a coney or. 

Cony, [Bassingthorp, Cumberland, 1C12,] gu. on 
a bend, double cottised, or, three torteauxes. 
— Crest, a tolbot's head or, the tongue hanging 
out of his mouth, distiUing blocd ppr. 

Conny, or Coney, [Norton, Lincolnshire,] sa. on 
a fessCj cottised, or, betw. three conies ar. as 
many escallops of the field. — Crest, a coney, 
sejant, E.r. holding in his month a pansy fiowev 
ppr. leaved vert. 

Conge, az. on a fesse, betw. three falcons' heads, 
erased, ar. collared and belled or, iive cross 
crosslets, litchee, sa. 

Conye, az. on a fesse, betw. three bulls' lieads, 
erased, ar. collared and belled or, five cross crass- 
lets, fitchee, sa. 

Conyey, az. on a fesse, betw. three hawks' heads, 
erased, ar. collared gTi. set with bells of the se- 
cond, five crosses, formee, fitchee, sa. (Another, 
az.) 

Conyey, az. on a fesse, betw. three bulls' heads, 
erased, ar. collared or, five cross crosslets, 
filchee, sa. 

CoNGLKTON, [Kov, er, Northamptonshire,] gu. 
on a fesse ar. bctv.'. three dragons' heads, erased, 
or, as many trefoils, slipped, sa. 

Conyilton, [Congilton, Scotland,] ar. a bend gu. 
in chief a label of three points sa. 

Conyilion, or, a bend gu. 

CoNGRAVE, sa. a chev. betw. three battle-axes, 
erect, ar. — Crest, a falcon, witliv.dngs expanded 
])pr. belled or. [Borne by V/illiani Conyraie, 
I'lsq. of Tunhridije-V/ells, Kent, and of Alder- 
maslon-P.ark, Berks, 1823.] 

Conyreve, [Stafibrdshire,] sa. a chev. ar. betw. 
three Lalberts or. 

Conyreve, sa. a chev. betw. three pole-axes ar. 

Coiif/reve, ar. a chev. betw. three battle-axes ppr. 

Co.NJEKS. See vnth CoNVERS. 

CoMXci, ar. crusily, fitchee, gu. three garbs of 
the last. 

Coningiia:m, ar. a shake-fork, betw. three cinque- 
foils sa. — Crest, in a ducal coronet, a mount 
vert, thereon a stork of the first, iiolding in liis 
beak a snake, environed round the neck of the 
second, betw. two cinquefoils, stalked, and 
leaved of the same. ... 



CON 

Coithif/Jiam, sa. two g;iissets ar. 

CoiiiiK/liam, gii. two tynssets ar. 

('oiiiiigham, or, three conies sa. 

CoNiNGSTOXt;, ar. lliree conies sa. 

CoNiscic, or Co.NiNGSRV, [HaiTipton-Court, 
Herefordshire, aud of AVorcestershire, Slirop- 
shire, and jlidd!e?ex,] c'li. three conies, sejaut, 
within a bordiire eiigr. ar. — Crest, a coney, se- 
jant, ar. 

Coiiishy, [Norfolk,] gii. tliree conies ar. 

CoNMELL, [Ashtown, Ireland,] per fcsse, ar. 
and vert, a stag ppr. betw. three trefoils coiniter- 
cliangcd. — Crest, astag's head, erased, ar. clmrged 
with a trefoil vert. [Granted in Ireland, loiJS.] 

CoNXEV and CoNNV. See CoNEY. 

CoNKOlfR, vert, a lion, rampant, sinisterways, 
or. — Crest, an arm, iu armour, ppr. enibowed, 
holding a sword 

CoNNTiiiR, barry of six, or aud gu. bezantee. 

CoKN'TESSE, ar. three iiarts' attires, in fe.--se, sa. 

CoNOLT/V, [Castletown, Irela?id,] ar. on a saliier 
sa. five escallops of the field. 

Conolbj. The same arms. — Crest, a cubit arm 
erect, vested sa. cuft' ar. holding in the hand a 
chaplet of roses jspr. [Borne hij Charles Conolly, 
Esq. of 3Iifford-Casfle, near Bath, 18-24.] 

CoN'QUE.ST, [Houghton- Conquest, Bedfordshire,] 
quiirtcrly, ar. aud sa. in chief a label of three 
(anotJicr, five) points gu. — Crest, a holly-tree 
ppr. fructed gu. 

Conquest, quarterly, ar. and sa. a bend gu. 

Conquest, quarterly, ar. and sa. (Another adds 
a label gu.) 

Conquest, quarterly, sa. and ar. in chief a laliel, 
of tliree points, counterchanged. 

CoNRADirs, [London,] sa. a ciiev. betw. tlu-ee 
unicorns' heads, erased, or. — Crest, an unicorn's 
head, erased, or, collared sa. studded or. 

Conradus, ar. a purse, overt, gu. 

CoNSTAiiLE, [Halsham and Burton-Constable, 
llolderness, Yorkshire,] barry of six pieces, or 
and az. — Crest, a dragon's head ar. charged 
with three bars gu. on each as many mascles or. 
(Another crest, a dragon's head az. diargcd 
with two bars or. Another, the dragon's head, 
barry of six, ai\ and gu. cliarged v/ifli nine mas- 
cles or, three, three, and three.) 

Snte. — These arms were criminally belougin,; to llie family 
of D'Oyris, of Gadiiey, in Lincolnshire, i\ lio.^e daughUr 
and heiress was married to Conslable, and llicso arms 
were lirst assumed, in lieu of tlieir paternal bearing, 
(whicli was or, a fcsse tompouy, ar. and az. iu chief 
a lion, passant, gu.) bv Sir .Simon Constable, grandson 
of the heiress of D'Oyris, about the year 1280. The 
Constables of Thorneloft, St. Sepulchre's, Kilnsoy, 
lientloy, Essington, Kirby-Kuoll, and Upsal, ^\\:^■e all 
branched out from tl-.is hnujp, and bore the .=;amc arms, 
V'ilh the proper distinctions. 



CON 

Consinhle, [Beverley, Catfish, and Ganstead, 
A orkshire,] qniulcrlv, gu. and vair, over all a 
l>eiid or. — Crest, a ship in full sail or. 

Constable. The same arms. — Crest, a ship to the 
sinister, sails furled, all or. [Borne hrj John 
Jolly Constable, Ksq. of Oak-House, Baitersea, 
Sufreii, 1S24.] 

Const<djlf, [Flamborough, Yorkshire,] gu. a bend 
or. 

Cons/nhle, [Burgwith, Yorkshire,] gu. a fesse, 
compoiiy, ar. and sa. in chief a lion, passant, gu. 

Constable, sa. a cinqiiefoil witkin an orle of cross 
crosslets or. 

Constable, [Dromoiiby, Cleveland,] quarterly, 
gu. and vair, on a bend or an annulet 

Constable, or, a fesse, betw. three mascles gu. 

Constable, ar. tv.o bars nebulec gu. within a bor- 
dure az. 

Constable, quarterly, gu. and vair, a liordure or. 

Constable, quarterly, or and gu. a bend cngr. 
verf. 

CoxSTAXT, per fesse, ar. and sa. in chief an 
eagle, displayed, sa. crowned or, in base a sal- 
tier of the last.— Crest, ademi eagle, displayed, 
sa. crowned or. Supporters, two eagles, re- 
guardaut, jjpr. crowned or. [Borne byjjic Baro:i 
de Constant, Quarter-I\iaslci~-General of the 
Haijue, 1819.] 

CoNSTAN'T\'NK, az. SIX leopards' faces, ar. three, 
two, and one. 

Constanti/ne. The same, v.-ith a canton or. 

Constanli/ne, [London, Chester, and Shropshire,] 
or, six fleurs-de-lis sa. three, two, and one. 

Constanti/ne, az. five leopards' lieads ar. two, two, 
and one, a canton or. 

Conway, alias Williams, [Brecon,] ar. on a 
bend, cottised, sa. arose, betw. two annulets gu. 

Coniratj, [London,] az. a chcv. betw. tliree dex- 
ter gauntlets or. — Crest, out of a ducal coro- 
net, a demi cock, %vith -wings expanded, gu. 
beaked and wattled az. 

Conivay, [Bothington, Flintshire.] The .same. 

Conway, [Gloucestershire, Buckinghamshire, War- 
wickshire, and Irelaiul,] .sa. on a bend, cottised, 
ar. a rose, betw. two annulets gu. — Crest, a 
moor's Itead, side-fiiced, ppr. banded round the 
temples, ar. and az. 

Conway, sa. on a bend ar. cottised erm. a rose, 
(another, a cinquefoil,) gu. betw. two annulets, 

• . of the last. 

Conway, [Callis,] sa. on a bend ar. betw. two 
))lates ^rt/io//(Pr, roundles erm.) three cinquofoils, 
pierced, gu. 

Conuay, or Comcey, [Callis,] az. a lion, pas- 
sant, ar. guttee d'or, betw. three dexter gaunt- 
lets of the second. 

[ Ee2] 



coo 

Comcmj, [Wanvicksbire,] ar.. a cross, voided, or. 

Conway, sa. on a bend ar. cottisrd, erm. three roses 
gu. 

Connxty, nz. a lion, jiassant, or, giitfoe ar. bctw . 
three dexter gauntlets of the last. 

Convay, sa. three horses' head, couped, ar. bridled 
gu. 

Cony. See Confy. 

CoNYERS, [London, and Ilornby-Castle, York- 
shire,] az. a matinch or. — Crest, a sinister v ing, 
gu- 

Conycrs, [Northampton.] The same arms. 

Conyers, [Horden, Durham.] The same arms. — 
Crest, a trefoil, slipped, ppr. 

Conyers, [Nortlianiptonshirc and Essex.] 'J'he 
same, with due did'erence. 

Conyers, az. a mauncb erm. 

Conyers, [Kent,] or, a mannch sa. 

Conyers, [Durham,] az. on a maunch or, a mullet 
sa. — Crest, a sinister wing sa. 

Conycrs, [Loudon,] az. a maunch or, in chief an 
annulet ar. 

Conyers, sa. on a mannch or, two crescents gu. 

Conyers, [Copi)ed-Hall, Essex, originally of 
Bowlby, Whitby, and of Scarborough, York- 
shire,] az. a maunch or, over all a bendiet, go- 
bony, erm. and gu. — Crest, abuU's head, erased, 
or, armed sa. pierced through the neck with an 
arrow of the last, barbed and feathered ar. 
vulned gu. 

Conyers, [Sir Gerard, Lord jMayor of London, 
1723.] The same arms. 

Corners, az. a maunch or, hand ppr. 

Colliers, or, a maunch az. hand ppr. 

CoXYLESH, [Lancashire,] sa. three conies, con- 
rant, ar. 

CoNYLYK, or CoN'i.KY, ar. a chev. betw. three 
mullets sa. pierced of the field. 

CoNYSTON, ar. three conies, passant, sa. 

Conysion, or, three conies, sa. 

Coo, [Norfolk.] ar. three piles, wavy, gii. 

Coo, [Norfolk,] ar. three piles, wavy, gu. betw. 
twelve martlets, three, three, three, and three, 
sa. 

Cook, or, a chev. gu. betw. two lious, passant, 
gnardant, sa. armed of the second. [C'o«- 
fn medio Bryan Cook, of Doncasler, Yorlsldre, 
Amjusf 27, i(i:35.] 
Cook, ar. a chev. en;;T. gii. betw. tliree tigers' 
heads, erased, sa. langued of the second, each 
charged on the neck witiia gemelle or. \ Granted 
to Robert Conk, of Mildkum, Noyfolk.] 
Cooke, ar. a chev. com))onec az. and gu. betw. 

three cimpiefoils of the last. 
Cooke, [Yorkshire,] gu. tinee crescents, and a 
canton or. 



COO 

Cooke, barry of six, az. and ar. on a chief of tliC 

last, three annulets gu. 
Cooke, '^n. three crescents or, a chief of the last, 
quartering, Sayer, viz. gu. a chev. betw. three 
sea-pies ar. a chief erm. and Baker being ar. a 
castle betw. three keys sa. — Crest of Cook, a 
dexter arm, erect, ])pr. encircled with a wreath 
of laurel vert, the hand holding an estoiie ar. 
[Borne hi/ C/iristojiIicr Cooke, of East-End- 
House, Alresford, Hants, 182.3.] See Plate 
of Arms. 

Cook, [Wheatley, Yorkshire,] or, a chev. betw. 
two lions, passant, guardant, sa.^ — Crest, a demi 
lion, passant, guardant, sa. ducally gorged or, 

Cooke, or, a chev. gu. betw. three lious, passant, 
guardant, sa.— Crest, out of a mural coronet, 
ar. a demi lion, rampant, guardant, ducally 
gorged or. 

Cooke, [Mylfon, ^^''ar^\icksllire,] per pale, ar. 
and sa. three wolves' heads, erased, counter- 
changed, collared gu. — Crest, a wolfs head, 
per pale, gu. and or, gorged with two bars coun- 
terchanged. 

Cooke, erm. on a cliief az. a giiftin, passant, ar. 

Cooke, [Norfolk,] per pale, gu. aiul az. three 
eagles, displayed, ar. — Crest, on a chapcau az. 
turned up erm. an ostrich ar. holding in his mouth 
a horse-shoe or. 

Cooke, gu. a chev. or, betw. three crescents ar. a 
canton of the last, within a bordure erm. 

Cooke, [Norfolk,] or, on a chief sa, a cinqucfoil, 
betw. two annulets or. — Crest, out of a mural 
coronet or, two wings expanded, per jiale, or 
and sa. 

Cooke, [Essex,] or, a chev. chequy, goi. and az. 
betw. three cinquefoils of the second. — Crest, 
an unicorn's head or, betw. two wings, endorsed, 
az. 

Cooke, [Yorkshire,] per pale, ar. and sa. three 
gi-eyhounds' heads, erased, collared, and couu- 
terchanged. 

Cooke, per saltier, or and az. four eagles, displayed, 
countorchanged. 

Cooke, [Linstead, Siiflblk,] or, a chev. engr. gu. 
betw. three cinquefoils az. on a chief of the se- 
cond, a lion, passant, ar. — Crest, an antelope's 
head, erased, or, charged with torteanxes, tusked, 
horned and tufted gu. 

Cooke, [Norfolk,] az. on a chev. ar. betw. three 
cinquefoils erm. two lious, combatant, of the 
field, armed gu. 

Cooke, [Cotton, Sulfolk,] sa. on a che\-. betw. 
three demi lions, rampant, or, as many cinque- 
foils az. 

Cooke, [Devonshire, and Traise, Cornwall,] erm. 
on a bend, cottised, sa. three cats, passant. 



coo 

.• j^oardant, or. — CresI, a dcini cat, rampant, f^uar- 
dant, or, Iiolding an oak-braucli vert, fructed 
of the first. 

Cooke, [Whitefield, Sufiolk,] or, a fesso, bctv,-. 
two lions, passant, gu. — Crest, a wolf's iiyad ar. 
ducally {gorged gu. 

Cooke, sa. on a cliev. or, tliree cinquefoils of the 
first, iu chief two annulets ar. on a cliief az. 

■ three columbines of the third. — Crest, an arm, 

• erect, vested, paly of six, or and gu. holding in 
the hand a bunch of columbines and roses ar. 

. cuff ppr. 

Cooke, [Essex,] erm. on a cliev. gu. three escal- 
lops or, a chief ar. charged with as many staples 

, of the se.^ond. 

Cooke, [Mildhani, Suffolk,] per pale, az. and gn. 
tiiree eagles, displayed, countcrchatiged. — 
Crest, 01) a chapeau sa. turned u[) erm. an os- 
trich close, ar. in his beak a horse-shoe of the last. 

Cooke, [Fulwell-Heath, Essex,] erm. on a chev. 
gu. three door-staples ^nr, on a chief ar. as many 

. door-staples of the second. — Crest, a wolf's 
head, erased, erm. holding in his mouth a tre- 
foil, slipped, per pale, or and az. 

Cooke, [Essex,] sa. on a chev. or, three door- 
staples gu. betw. as many foxes' heads, erased, 
erra. 

Cooke, [Kent,] sa. on a chev. or, betw. three plates, 
as many cinquefoils ppr. 

Cooke, [Kent,] sa. a chev. chequy, or and az. 
betw. three bezants, on a chief aj\ as many co- 

. lumbines of the third. 

Cooke, or Cock, [Little Staybridge, Essex,] sa. 
three bends ar. 

Cooke, gu. a cinquefoil erm. betw. six cross cross- 
lets, litchee, ar. 

Cooke, or, on a bcndengr. gu. three cinquefoils of 
the field. 

Cooke, gu. three cinquefoils erm. betw. six cross 
crosslets, fitchee, ar. 

Cooke, gn. three cross crosslets, fitchee, and a 
chief engr. or. 

Cooke, [Essex,] ar. a chev. ga. in chief three nags' 
heads, erased, sa. 

Cooke, or Coke, ar. three bars az. iu chief, as 
maJiy annulets gu. 

Cooke, az. two bars ar. on a chief of the second, 
three annulets gu. [Granted to Sir Rk/iard 
Cooke, Principal Secrclanj of Stale, and 
C/utnceUar of the Exchequer in Ireland, July iiO, 
1GJ2.] -' ^ -^ 

Cooke, [Langham, Suffolk,] gu. an inescocheon 
ar. betw. four crosses, formee, fitchee, iu sal- 
tier or. 

Cooke, [Essex,] sa. a chev. or, three horses' heads, 
in chief erm. , .^ _^ , . . ^^ 



COO 

Cooke, [Mildliam, Noifolk,] . ar. a chev. engr. 
betw. three tigers' heads sa. maned of the first, 
collared or. 

Cooke, [Loudon,] or, a chev. az. betw. three dr.i- 
gons' heads, couped and erect, of the second. 
—Crest, out of a ducal coronet, or, a dragon's 
head, erect, ar. 

Cookt', [Devonshire,] ar. a chev. betw. tlirce ra- 
vens' heads, erased, sa. within a bordure, engr. 
of the second. 

Cooke, [Kent, and Broadwater, Sussex,] gu. threi- 
crescents ar. a canton of the second. — Crest, on 
a mount vert, a beaver, passant, or. 

Cooke, [Trusley and Mellborone, Derbyshire,] 
gu. three crescents and a canton or. — Crest, the 
sun, in splendour, or. 

Cooke, [Langham, Suffolk,] erm. on a chief az. a 
grilliii, passant, ar. — Crest, a lion's head, erased, 
guardant, ar. 

Cooke, [Kilkenny, Ireland,] pcau, on a chief az. 
a griflin, passant, ar. — Crest, a leopard's head, 
erased, pean. [Granted June '2A, lCi:3S.] 

Cooke, [Worcestershire,] ar. two cbev. betw. six 
martlets gu. three, two, and one. — Crest, out 
of a mural coronet or, iui arm, embov, ed, iu 
armour ppr. garnished of the first, holding a 
sword ar. hilt or, on the arm two clicv. gu. 

Couke, or, a chev. chequy, ar. and ga. betw. three 
cinquefoils az. 

Cooke, [London,] erm. a lion, passant, in bond 
betw. two cottises gu. — Crest, a demi lion, ram- 
pant, and erased, erm. holding betw. his gainbs 
a bezant. 

Cook, [Loudon,] ar. a lion, passant, in bend, 
betw. two cottises gu. on a chief az. as many 
cstoiles or.- — Crest, a demi lion, gu. holding 
out in his gamb an estoile or. [Heralds' Office, 
Int. MSS. Vincent, No. 154.] 

Cooke, [Thorne, Devon,] erm. on a bend cottiscd 
gu. three hons, passant, guardant, or. 

Cooke, per pale az. and sa. three eagles, displayed, 
ar. [Granted to Ralph Cooke, D.D. 'and 
Rector of Bursloiv, Surrey, 20th Aunust, 
1G(;2.] 

Cooke, [Edmonton, Middlesex,] vert, a unicorn, 
])assant, or, on a chief of the last, a hmnaii 
heart, betw. two crosses potent gu. — Crest, on 
a mount vert, a unicorn, sejant, or, reposing his 
dexter foot on a cross potent gu. [Granted to 
Francis Cooke, 7lh June, 17G0.] 

Cooke, [London,] paly of six, gu. and sa. throe 
eagles, displayed, ar. 

Cooke, chequy erm. and sa. a lion, rampant, gu. 
on a cliief of the second, a leopard's face, betw. 
two cross crosslets, fitchee, or. 

Cooke, [Sir Thomas, Lord iMayor of London, 



coo 

1402,] or, a chev. componeo, gu. and az. bet\v. 
three cinqiiefoils of the third. 

Cooke, ar. a i'esso, clifquy, or and <jii. in chief 
tlireo roses of tlic hist. — Cre.st, out of a iiiiiral 
crov.u or, an eagle's head ar. 

Cooke, sa. a bend av. — Crest, a dean liou, ram- 
pant, [M. I. to Joseph Cooke, (who 

died, i7o0,) in Slratford-le-Bow Church, Mid- 
dlesex.'] 

Cooke, per pale, ar. and sa. three greyliounds' 
heads erased, coiinterchanged. 

Cooke, [Thorne, L)e\oi),J erm. on a bend cottised 
sa. three cats or. 

Cooke, erm. on a bend cottised sa. three lions, 
passant, or. 

Cooke, per pale, az. and gu. three eagles, dis- 
played, ar. 

Cooke, [London,] ai-. a bend az. in the sinister 
corner, an annulet of the last. 

Cooke, ar. a bend eomponee az. and gu. an annu- 
let of the second. 

Cookes, [Norgrave, ^Yorcestershire,] tv,-o_ coats, 
quarterly, the first or, two chev. gu. betw. six 
martlets sa. second sa. a buck's head, cabossed, or. 

Cook EN EV, gu. on three fusils in fesse, ai: as 
many roses of tlie field. 

C00K.ER, [Devonshire,] ar. on a bend gu. three: 
lions' heads or. 

CooKESEV, [Little AVolverton and Engham, 
Worcestershire,] ar. on a bend az. betw. three 
mullets sa. as many cinqnefoils or, -within a bor- 
dure gu. bezantee. — Crest, a wolf's head sa. 
charged on the neck with a cinquefoii, betw. 
two bars or. 

Cookesetj, or Cokesey, ar. on a bend az. three 
cinqnefoils or. 

CooKMAN, erm. an eagle, displayed, az. ducally 
gorged or, charged on the breast with a fleur- 
de-lis of the last. — Crest, a grifihi's head, betw. 
two wings, expanded, or, ducally gorged, az. 

CooKSOX, [Cinuberland,] per pale, ar. and gu. 
two legs in fesse in armour ppr. couped at the 
thigh. 

CooLEY, erm. on a chev. sa. three leopards' 
Leads, je.ssant-de-lis or. — Crest, a leopard's 
head, jessant-de-lis or. 

CooLiX, or CoWLlx, ar. a chev. sa. betw. three 
coots ppr. 

CoOiMES. See COMBFS. 

Cooper, [Ditcluuu- Grove, near Petersfield, 

Hants,] per ]iale, ar. and gu. a bull, passant, 

counterchanged. 
Cooper, ar. a chev. sa. betw. three doves ppr. — 

Crest, a dove, with an olive-branch in its beak, 

all ppr. 
Cooper, [Trowbridge, Wiltshire,] or, a saltier az. 



COO 

on a chief of the second, three leopards' heads, 
couf)ed or, spotted sa. and ducally crowned ar. 
— Crest, a denii leopard, guardant ppr. ducidiy 
crowned ar. holding in his dexter paw a holly- 
lirauch vert, fructed ppr. [Granled, 1721.] 

Cooper, [Warwickshire,] ar. on abendengr. betw. 
two lions, ram]iunt, sa. langiied and armed gu. 
three plates. 

Cooper, [Doubiggen, Yorkshire,] gu. on a chev. 
betw. three lions, passant, ar. as many lozenges 
of the first. — Crest, alien, sejant, ar. supporting 
a battle-axe sa. headed ca\ {Heralds Office, 
M. 2.] 

Cooper, [London,] az. a saltier engr. betw. four 
trefoils, slipped, or, on a chief ar. three dolpliins, 
cmbowed, of the first.- — Crest, a lion's head ar. 
erased gu. gorged with a chaplet of laurel vert. 

Cooper, [Colnc-Green, Herffordshii-e, Ratling- 
Court, Kent, and Stroad, Sussex,] ar. three 
martlets gn. on a chief engr. of the second, as 
many annulets or. — Crest, a lion's ganib, erect 
and "erased or, holding a branch vert, fructed gu. 

Cooper, [Bray, Berkshire,] az. a srdtier or, on a 
chief of the last, two chev. paleways, point to 
point of the first. 

Cooper, [Wiidjorne, St. Giles, Dorsetshire,] ar. 
three bulls, passant, sa. armed or. — Crest, on a 
chapeau gu. turned up erm. a bull, passant, sa. 
ducally gorged or. 

Cooper, [Winchester, L5S4,] az. a fesse, bet\v. 
three pelicans ar. vulning themselves gu. 

Cooper, [Shropshire,] ar. tlu-ee martlets gu. on a 
chief of the second, three annulets or. 

Cooper, az. a tortoise, erect, or. 

Cooper, [Hackesworth, Nottinghamshire,] or, a 
bend az. betw^. two lions' heads, erased, gTj. — 
Crest, on a mount vert, a unicorn, sejant, ar. 
armed and crined or, supporting a broken tilting 
spear of the last. 

Cooper, [Surrey,] sa. a chev. wavy, erm. betw. 
three lions, rampant, or. 

Cooper, vert, a fesse, embattled, or, betw. tv.o 
pheons in chief ar. and as many shin bones in 
saltier, in base, of the last. — Crest, on a wreath, 
, a mural crown ar. thereout issuing the up])er 
part of a spear erect ppr. fringed or, pointed 
ar. surmounted of two palm-branches, in saltier, 
vert, issuing also out of the coronet. [Granted 
to Samuel Cooper, of 2\oricich, 1705.] 

Cooper, ar. three greyhounds, courant, in pale sa. 
— Crest, a greyhound, sejant, sa. 

Cooper, ar. a chev. erm. cottised gu. betw. three 
leaves vert. — Crest, a cubit arm, erect, ppr. 
Iiolding up a chaplet vert. 

CooiiTOls, or, two piles az. on a chief chequy 
ar. and sa. three martlets of the field. 



COP 

COOTE, [Lincolnshire, Norfolk, and Essex,] nr. a 

fesse, betw. three coots sa. — Crest, a cool's 

head, erased, sa. 
Coote, [Sufl'olk,] ar. tlirec coots sa. 
Coote, ar. a chcv. betw. three coots sa. membered 

s:u. — Crest, a coot |)j)r. 
Coote, [Ireland and Middlesex.] The same arms. 
Coote, [LLucolnshiri.-,] ar. three coots ppr. 
CooTl'.s, [Blew-Xorton, Norfolk,] ar. a chev. sa. 

bet\r. three coots jijir. 
Cool/es, ar. a fesse, betw. throe coots sa. 
CooTH, gu. a fesse, betw. three escallops or. 
CoPCOTE, barry of teu, or and az. 
Copecotf, barry of six, or and az. 
Cope, [Hauwell, Oxfordshire, Northumberland, 

Middlesex, Staffordshire, BramshiU-Park, Hants, 

Northamptonshire, and Essex,] ar. on a chev. 

az. betw. three roses gu. stalked and leaded 

vert,, as many fleurs-de-lis of the field.- — Crest, 

out of a fleur-de-lis or, a dragon's head gu. 

(Another cresl, a fleur-de-lis, per pale, or and 
■ ■ ar.) 
CoPELAXD, ar-. two bars gu. debruiscd by a bend 

sa. over all, a cautou of the second.— Cresl, a 

lion, passant, ppr. [Borne by Thomas Copektnd, 

Esq. of London, 1S24.] 
CoPEXGER, [Norfolk.] or, three bends gu. a 
• fesse \ert. 
Copcnger, [Xorfjlk,] or, three bends gu. on a 

fesse vert, three plates, within a bordure \m\-\>. 
Copenyer, or, three bends, and a fesse gu. 
Copintjer, [Suffolk,] barry of eight, or and g-u. — 

Crest, a chamois-deer's head sa. 
Copinger, [Kent,] barry of six, gu. and or. on a 

fesse vert, three plates, within a bordure of (he 

first. 
Copinger, [Kent,] barry of six, or and gu. over 

all, a fesse az. charged v.ilh three plates. — 

Crest, a ram's liead sa. 
Copinger, [Kent,] ar. four bends gu. 
Copinger, baiTy of six, gu. and vert, a lion, ram- 
pant, double queued or, A\"ithin a bordure eugi". 

ar. pellettee. — Crest, a parrot's head, betw. two 

wings vert, beaked gu. in liis beak a sprig of 

tlu-ce marygolds ppr. leaved or. 
Copinger, [Sir William, Lord ?.Iayor of London, 

151J2,] bendy of six, or and gu. on a chev. az. 

three plates, v.ithin a bordure pnrp. 
Copinger, [SufFoik,] bendy of six, ar. and gu. on 

a fesse az. three bezants, within a bordure of 

the third. 
Copiiu, az. on a chev. engr. ar. liotw. three 

cinquefoils, pierced erni. tv.o lions, passant, sa. 
CopEwooD, or CorwooD, [Staffordshire,] ar. a 

pile, cottised, engr. issuing out of the dexter 

point, betw. two eagles, displayed, sa. 



COP 

Copwood, [Totteridge, Hertfordsliire,] ar. a pile, 

issuing from tin? dextej- chief point sa. fimbriated 

engr. gu. betw. two eagles of the last. — Cr<st, 

an eagle, with wings endorsed or. 
Cojncood, [Jlrrlfordshire,] ar. a pile in bend .-.a. 

tinibriated and engT. gu. betw. tv/o eagles, dis- 

])laycd, vert. — Crest, an eagle, displayed, vert. 
Copwood, ar. a pile in bend sa. cottised, dancetu-e, 

gu. charged -with tM'o eagles, displayed,, or. 
Copwood, ar. in bend, a pile az. cottised, and 

engT. gu. betw. two eagles, displayed, vert. 
Copxoood, ar. a pile, engr. az. betv,'. tvro eagles, 

displayed, vert. 
CopFiELD, [Suffolk,] gu. on a chev enn. three 

martlets sa. 
CopiiEitST, vert, a chev. betw. three crescents cr. 
Cophnrsf, verl, a chev. betw. three scythes or. 
CoPiLDYK]-., or CoPLEDYKE, [Kent,] az. three 

swords in bend ar. hilts and pomels or. 
Copildgke, or Cophchjke, [liincolnshire,] i<r. a 

chev. betw. three cross crosslets gu. 
Copledike, az. two swords bcndways ar. 
CopiN, [London,] per pale, az. and gu. three 

boars' heads, erased, (another, couped,) or, a 

chief of the third. 
Copin, per pale, az. and gn. three boars' heads 

couped or. [Granted to Thomas Copin, uf 

London, Ulsq. anno IGJO.] 
Copin, or, a chief vair. 
CopjNCDALE, [Yorkshire,] ar. a mullet sa. en a 

chief of the second, three piles of the first. 

CcpioTTS, barry of or and sa. 

CopL.\ND, CoPPLAND,«?«(:?CoPSAL,ar.acrotssa. 
Copland, ar. f^vo bars, and a canton gu. over all, 

a bend az. 
Copland, gu. on a fe.-^se or, three trefoils vert. 
Copland, or, on a cross sa. betv,-. four trefoils, 

slipped, vert, five mullets ar. 
Copland, gu. on a fesse ar. (another, or,) tliree 

hawthorn leaA es vert. 
Copland, [Boston, Lincolnshire,] ar. two bars, aiid 

a canton gu. over all, a bend sa. 
Copland, ar. two bars, and a canton gu. 
Copland, ar. on a cross sa. a nndlet, pierced of 

the fir.-,t. 
CoPi.KSroN, [Woodland, Devonshire, and Drr- 

sclshire,] ar. a chev. engr. gu. betw. three 

leojjards' faces az. (Another, sa.) — Crest, a 

dcnii tiger gu. tufted and nianed or. (Another, 

a v.olf, passant, az.) 
Copleston, [Devonshire,] or, a chev. betw. tlirce 

griffins' heads, erased, sa. 
Copleston, ar. a chev. engr. az. bi-tw. tliree 

leopards' faces gu. 
Copley, [Sufi'olk,] ar. on a cross, sarcelly sa. 

five crescents of the field. 



COR 

Copley, [Suflblk,] ar. ou a cross, sarcclly, sa. a 

crescent — Crest, a f^rifiin, segreant, re- 

guardant, vith wings expanded ar. 

Coj)le)f, [Bodley, Yorkshire, and of Surrey,] ar. a 
cross, nioline, sa. — Crest, a gi-iUin," segreant, ar. 
ducally gorged, and lined or. 

Copley, ar. a cross, flowered sa. in the dexter 
corner a crescent gn. 

Copley, ar. a cross, moliuc, sa. in the first quarter 
a trefoil gu. n 

Copley, [Yorksliire,] ar. a cross, inoline, sa. 
(Another adds on the cross, a mullet of the 
first.) — Crest, on a goafs head, quarterly ar. and 
.sa. attired or, four crescents, counterchanged. 
(Another crest, a covered cup or.) 

Copley, [Worcestershire,] ar. a cross, moline, sa. 
charged ■nith a martlet or. 

Copley, vert, a fesse ar. hetw. three covered cujis 
or. 

Copley, ar. three lions' heads, erased, gu. 

CoppANDALii, [Yorksliire,] ar. a mullet sa. and 
chief indented of the second. 

Coi'PARD, vert, a fesse, indented, or, betw. three 
swans close ar. beaked and meinbered of the 
second. — Crest, a stag, reguardant, ar. attired 
and unguled or, collared gu. in the mouth t\ro 
ears of barley, couped, vert. [Granted to 
William Coppard, of Hastings, Sussex, 2Sth 
Jan. l7Gf).] 

CoPi'EN, per pale, az. and gu. three boai's' heads, 
erased or, a chief of the same.— Crest, out of 
an earl's coronet or, a demi gTiUln of the first, 
armed sa. ducally gorged az. 

Coppin, [Hertfordshire, 1G08,] or, a chief of one 
row of vair. — Crest, on a ducal coronet, a cock 
or. 

Coppin, [Norwich,] per pale, az. and gu. three 
boars' beads cnuj)ed or. — Crest, out of a ducal 
coronet or, a demi griffin az. beaked and legged 
of the first. 

Coppin, per pale, az. and gu. three boars' heads 
couped, and a chief or. 

COPPULL, alias Ognell, [Ognell-Hall, Lanca- 
shire,] per saltier, gu. and or, two eagles, dis- 
played, in pale of the last. — Crest, a lion's head, 
erased, erni. charged with three guttees or, two 
and one. 

Coram, [Ottery, St. Mary, Devonshire.] See 

CORHAM. 

CoREiiN, or CoiUiYN, [Suflblk and Staffordshire,] 

ar. on a chief or, three ravens sa. 
Corben, ar. on a chief sa. three bijJs or. 
Cortiyn, sa. on a chief or, three ra\eiis p))r. 
Corhyn, per fesse, or and ar. three ruNens in chief 

PP'- 
CoRHET, or, a raven sa. in chief a trefoil, vert,— 



COR 

Crest, the same as CorLcl, of Sundorne. [Borne 
hy the late Maurice Corbet, of Petton, Shrop- 
shire, and Yreisyonaenyv.yn, Cardiganshire, 
Esq. 18ir> ] 

Corbet, [Sfoke, Shrojishire, and Herefordshire,] 
or, a raven ppr. — Crest, an elephant ar. armed 
or, on his back a tower of the first, the trappings 
gu. and or. (Another, the tower or, trappings sa.) 

Corbet, [Morten-Corbet, Shropshire.] The same. 

Corbet, [Suflblk and Norfolk,] or, a raven close 
ppr. — Crest, a squirrel sejant or. 

Corbet, ar. a raven ppr. within a bordure sa. be- 
zautee. 

Corbet, or, a raven ppr. collared ar. 

Corbet, [Salop,] or, two ravens in jfale ppr. 

Corbet, gu. a lion, rampant, guardiUit, or. 

Corbet, gu. a lion, rampant, ar. 

Corbet, or, five ravens ppr. two, two, and one. 

Corbet, sa. two ravens or. 

Corbet, ar. three ravens ppr. 

Corbet, or, two bars and a canton gu. 

Corbel, ar. t^^o bars, and a canton gu. within a 
bordure engT. of the second. 

Corbet, ar. two bars, and a canton gu. in chief a 
cinquefoil, pierced, or. 

Corbet, or, five ravens ])pr. two, two, and one, ou 
a canton gu. two lions, passant, ar. 

Corbet, per fesse, ar. and sa. six cross crosslets, 
counterchanged. 

Corbet, [Herts,] or, three ravens in pale ppr.— 
Crest, an elephant ar. armed or, with housings 
and trappings gu. fringed or, on his back a 
tower of the last. [Borne by thu late John 
Corbet, of Sundorne, Shropshire, Esq. 1817.] 

Corbet, ar. a cross, and a mullet iu the first quar- 
ter gu. 

Corbet, [Longer, Shropshire,] or, two ravens m 
pale, within a bordure gu. bczantee. — Crest, a 
raven ppr. in his beak a holly-branch vert. 
fnicted gu. 

Corbet, or, two ravens in pale ppr. within a bor- 
dure gu. 

Corbet, ar. a chev. betw. two (another, three) 
ravens ppr. 

Corbet, [Loudon,] or, three ravens ppr. a martlet 
for diflerence. — Crest, on a mount vert, a squir- 
rel sejant, or, cracking a nut of the last, leaved 
vert. 

Corbet, or, six ravens ppr. three, two, and one, a 
canton gu. 

Corbet, [SutTolk,] per fesse, sa. and ai". six crosses 
formee, llory, covmterchanged. 

Corbel, [Norfolk,] per bend, ar. and sa. thive 
fleius-de-lis, counterchanged. 

Corbet, [Corbet, Scotland,] or, two ravens ppr. 
within a bordure engr. gu. 



COR 

Corbet, [Leicesfcrsliire.] Tlie same. 

Corbet, ar. a raven sa. 

Corbet, [Scotland,] ar. a raven sa. betw. Ibree 

mullets gu. 
Corbel, or, a raven, within a bordure engr. sa. 
Corbet, or, three ravens ppr. tv^ o and cue. 
Corbet, or, six ravens sa. on a canton gi). two 

lions, passant, guardant, ar. 
Corbet, gu. cnisily, a lion, rampant, or. 
Corbet, or, a raven ppr. v. il!i;n a bordure engr. 

gu. bezaiitee. 
Corbet, or, two ravens, in fesse ppr. 
CoKHREAKE, quarterly, indented, gu. and ar. 
Corbreake, quarterly, indented, gu. and ar. 
Corbreake, quarterly, indented gu. and ar. four 

crosses, tormee, fitchee, counterchanged. 
Corbreake, quarterly, indented, gu. and ar. four 

cross crosslets, fitcliee, counterchanged. 
Corbreake, quaiterly, indented, gu. and ar. six 

cross crosslets, counterchanged. 
Corby, [Toiunny, France,] ar. ou a bend sa. 

three bezaiits. 
Corby, ar. n saltier engr. sa. 
Corbjj, ar. five fusils iii fesse gu. betw. three 

ravens ppr. 
CoRiiVN. See with CoRniN. 
CoRDALL, [LoudoUj] gu. a chev. erm. cottised 

ar. betw. three griffins' heads erased of the 

third. — Crest, a cockatrice, wings close vert, 

collared, combed, wattled, aiid legged sa. 
Cordall, [Suflolk and Norfolk,] gii. a che\-. erm. 
. betw. three grillins' heads erased ar. — Crest, a 

cockati-ice, wings close vert, combed and wat- 
tled g-u. 
Cordall, [London,] gu. a chev. engr. betw. three 

griflins' heads erased erm. 
Cordall, ar. a chev. betw. three griffins' heads 

erased sa. 
.Cordell, [Jlelford, Suffolk,] ar. a chev. erm. 

betw. three griflins' heads erased gu. 
Cordell, gu. a chev. erm. befv>-. three griffins' 

heads, erased, ar. 
CoRDKN, ar. on a saltier bottonee, betw. four 

demi dragons couped and erect, five bezants. 
CoRDF.RAY, sa. a chev. or, bef\v. two mullets in 

chief of the last, and a lion, passant, in base ar. 

croM'iied or. — Crest, a human heart gu. ducally 

crowned or. 
Cordray, [Chute, Wiltshire,] sa. a chev. betw. 

two mullets in chief, and a lion, passant, in 

base, ducally crov/ned or, all within a bordure 

ar. 
Corderoy, sa. a chev. or, betw. two mullets in 

chief of the last, and a lion, passant, iu base ar. 

ducally crowned of the second, a label of three 

points for dillercnce, all v.Jliiin a bordure cold. 



COR 

CoRDfiHS, or CoRDRKV, or, on a bend a/,. th:re 
lions' heads, erased, of the first. 

Corky, [London,] sa. on a chev. betw. three 
griffins' heads erased or, as many estoiles gv..- — 
Crest, out of a ducal coronet, a griffin's head, 
betw. two wings or, each wing charged with 
three estoiles, in pale, gu. [Grcuded by patm/, 
IGii.] 

Corey, or Corcey, [Northumberland, Cumljerlaiid, 
and Stalfordshire,] ar. a saltier sa. on a chief of 
the second three cinquefoils or. 

Cory, or, three mullets, and a chief gu. charged 
with as many griffins' heads erased of the field. 
[Grouted to Thomas Cory,of the Inner Temple, 
London, Chief Prothouotnry of the Court of 
Cummon Pleas, and one of the Benchers of the 
said Temple, 18th March, 1639.] 

Cory, or Corie, or, three mullets gu. on a chief 
of the last, as many griflins' heads, erased of the 
first. — Crest, a grillin's head gu. betw. two 
v^ings e\pauded or, each charged willi a muUei 
of the first. 

CoRHAM, [Ottery, De-.onshire,] ar. a cross sa. 
betw. four eagles, displayed, gu. — Ciest, a bea- 
ver, passant, or. 

Coring, erm. a chev. sa. betw. three cinquefoils 
or. 

Coriny, [Keiiwyn, Cornwall,] ar. a milhind in 
pale, betw. three cinquefoils, pierced of the field. 

CoRiNGHAM, or CoRNiNGHAM, ar. six billets, 
three, two, and one, sa. a chief of the last. 

CoRiTON, [Nevtou, Cornwall,] ar. a saltier sa. 

CoRKK, or, a chev. chequy, gai. and az. betw. 
three cinquefoils, pierced of the field. 

Corke, [Cornwall,] sa. three lions' tails, erect aiid 
erased, ar. 

CoitKEK, [Dublin,] az. on a pile erm. betw. two 
estoiles or, a lion, rampant, of the field. — Crest, 
a demi lion, rampant, erm. holding an estoile or. 
[Granted in Ireland, Any. 9th, 16GG.] 

CoR.M.^YLE, ar. on a fesse sa. three bezants. 

CoRNAGK, az. two swords ill saltier p])r. hilts and 
jiomels or, betw. four mullets in chief, two in 
fesse, and a crescent in base, all az. — Crest, a 
sword erect, ))pr. hilt and pomel or. 

CoRNAUD, [Sulfolk,] az. a fesse^ betw. three 
chev. or. 

Cornard, [Suffolk,] az. a fesse, betw. two chev. or. 

CoRNARTON', [Cornwall,] az. three cups covered 
ar. 

Cor NAY, [Low-Hall, Yorkshire,] sa. a chev. or. 
(Another, ar.) 

CoRNEY, sa. on a chev. or, three cross crosslets 
gu. — Crest, a lion's head, per pale and erased, 
ar. and gu. on the neck a rose, counterchanged. 

Coniey, sa. three lions' tails erect and erased or. 

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con 

CORNCELEY, CORNSLUV, or CONOLLEV, ar. 

on II t.;illier eiigr. sa. five escallops of the field. 

CoRNKiLLES, gu. a man's arm, coiiped aud era- 
bowed, tbe hand jiolding a branch of vine, fruct- 
ed, leaved, and slip)>ed, all ppr. — Ci'est, the 
same as Ihe arms. 

Corni;ll, or, five lowers, in cross sa. 

Cornell, or, five towers, triple towered, in saltier 

Cornell, ar. five caslles, in cross, sa. 

Cornell, or, three chev. ^■crt. 

GoRNi•;^v, or Coj'.nhv, ar. a chev. hetw. three 

bugle-horus sa. 
CojtNEY. See CORNAY. 

Corn HILL, ar. a sinister arm, issuing: out of the 
dexter point and extended towai'ds the sinister 
base, bendways, gu. 

CORNICTON, or CoKMXGTOX, [Coinwall,] ar. a 
saltier sa. . 

Corn INGHAM, or Coryngfiam, ar. an ogi-ess, 
and a chief sa. 

Cornimjham, ar. an ogress, and chief gu. 

Cornish, [Shareubroke, Bedfordslure,] sa. a 
chev. embattled or, betw. three roses ar. — Crest, 
out of a ducal coronet or, a denii eagle, dis- 
played, sa. • 

Cornish, [Kent and Essex,] sa. a chev. embattled 
or, be(w. three roses ar. — Crest, a branch of a 
tree couped at each end, and lying fesseways 
ppr. with one sprig at the dexter end vert, on 
the branch a Cornish choxigh sa. witli wings en- 
dorsed, beaked and legged gu. 

CORKUCKE, ar. three bars gu. in chief a grey- 
hound, courant, sa. 

Cornulce, barry of six, gu. and ar. on a chief of 
the last, a greyhound, couraut, sa. 

CoRNUi;, ai'. a chev. betw. tlirec bn?;le-horiis sa. 

CoRN\\'ALL, ar. iive fusils in bead, betw. six 
cross crosslets, iitchee, sa. 

Cormcall, ar. a lion, rampant, gu. within a bor- 
dure sa. bezantee. 

CornvKilt, [Oxfordshire,] ar. a lion, rampant, gu. 
crowned or, over all, on a bend sa. three be- 
zants. 

Cornwall, [\Yarwicksliire,] or, three chev. vert. 

Cornwall, ar. a bend lozcngy, betw. si.x cross 
crosslets sa. 

Corinvall, [Cornwall and Devonshire,] ar. on a 
cross patteo sa. five bezants, f Another, six 
plates.) 

Cornwiill, ur. a lion, r.nnpant. gu. croviiied or, 
within a bordure eiigr. si', over all, on a bend of 
the last, nine martlets of the second. 

Cormvall, [Dorsetshire, KJOS,] ar. on a fesse sa. 

three plates, fretty of the last. — Crest, a boar's 

• head, couped or, lying on the wreatli bendways, 



COR 

with the blade of a broken sword thrust do^\^l 

liis tluoat ppr. 
Cormcall, or, five castles in saltier sa. (Another, 

the castles in cross.) 
Cornu-all, ar. three lozenges in fesse, Itetw. six 

crosji crosslets sa. C Another, the crosses fitchee.) 
Cornwall, [Shropshire,] erin. a lion, rampant, re- 

gnardant, gu. crowned or, within a bordure sa. 

bezantee. — Crest, a Cornish chough ppr. 
Cornir,all, [Essex,] erm. a lion, rtmipant, gu. 

crowned or, within a bordure engr. sa. bezantee. 
Cornwall, ar. a lion, rampant, gu. crowned or, 

over all, on a bend engr. sa. eight bezauts. 
Cornwall, erm. on a fesse gu. (another, sa.) three 

plates. 
Cornwall, [Crockham, Eerkshire,] ar. a lion, 

rampimt gu. ducally crowned or, within a boi- 

dure sii. bezantee. [Granted, bin Juli/, 1771, 

to Sir Georye Avufand, Bart. VjJio took the 

name and arms of Coruwall.l^ 
Cornwall, sa. bezantee. 
Cornwall, az. fifteen bezauts, five, four, three, 

two, and one. 
Cornwall, [Cornwall and Scotlaiid,] gu. on a fesse 

ar. betw. three mullets or, as many Cornish 

choughs ppr. 
Cornu-all, Lc, ar. a chief gu. over all, a bend az. 
Cornwall, ar. on a cross flowered sa. five bezants. 
Cornwall, ar. tlu-ee. fusils, betw. sLx cross crosslets, 

fitchee, three, two, and one, sa. 
CornewaU, De, ar. a hou, ramiJaut, g-u. ducalJy 

crowned or, depressed with a bend sa. charged 

%vifh three bezants. 
CoRNWALLlS, [Sufiolk,] sa. gnttee d'eau, on a 

fesse ar. tlu-ee Cornish choughs ppr. — Crest, on 

a mount -vert, a stag-, lodged, reguardant, ar. 

gorged with a chnplet vert, and vulued in the 

shoulder gu. 
Cornwallis, [Norfolk and SuQ'olk.] The same, 

with due difference. 
CORRKN, [Oxfordshire,] ar. a fer-de-moulin in 

bend az. betw. two Cornish chouglis ppr. on a 

chief of the second, a fleur-de-hs, betw. as many 

deiui roses, streaming in base, or. 
CoRREY, sa. on a chev. betw. tlu-ee griffins' 

heads erased ppr. as mauy estoiles of the field. 

— Crest, out of a duciil corouet or, a denii 

griflin ppr. wings semee of trefoils sa. 
Conj. See with Corey. 
CoRSBV, [Corsby, Scotland,] or, a cross gu. 
CoRSELiS, az. a griffin, segreant, or. 
Corsellis, [Italy,] erm. two lions, combataut, and 

a label of ilitierence gu.— Crest, an antique 

lam]) or, flaraaut ppr. 
CoRSE.R, ar. on a chev. sa. three horses' heads 

couped of the fii-st. . .,..', , 



COS 

Corson, [Suffolk,] ar. a bend sa. betw, three 
dniRons' lioatls, erased gu. 

CoRSTOKPHiNK, vert, a gTeyhouiid, salieut, betw. 
three huntinp^ horns ar. 

Coin'F.sy, [Lincohishirc,] paly of sLv, or and az. 
a fesse chcqiiy, sa. and or. 

Corthinm;, [Yorlisliire,] az. on a chev. or, bei\r. 
two estoiles in chief, and a lion, rampant, in 
base ar. three torteanxes. — Gre.st, a deini lioii, 
couped, holding- ill the dexter paw an estniK% 
the sinister resting- on a torteanx. 

CoRTHURK, or CoRTlTiiURE, [Cumwall,] ar. a 
fesse az. betw. three stars sa. 

CoETiS, gu. a gritFui, segreant, ar. 

CoRTS, gu. a gritlin, segTeaut, or. 

CoRTON, [Northumberland,] sa. a maunch ar. 

CoRW'P.y, ar. fretty gu. a chief az. 

CoSARS, ar. abend, niasculy, sa. 

Cosars. The same, ^^ ith a label of five points gu. 

Cosars, or, biUcttee sa. a lion, rampant, of the 
last. 

Cosars. The same, over a bend gu. 

CoSBV, [Stradbally-ITall, Queen's County, Ire- 
laud,] quarterly ; first, ai: a chev. betw. three 
leopards' faces sa. on a cantoji or, a saltier vert, 

- betw. a cross crosslet in chief gu. a Uzaid erect 
in the dexter, and a salmon in the sinister fesse 
point of the fourtli, and a dexter hand couped 
in base gu. (for Coshy); secondly, az. three 
shackles or, on a caul on ar. a saltier gu. betw. 
a sinister hand couped in chief of the last, two 

- salmons m fesse, and one iubase vcrl, (for Coshi/J ; 

- third.or, aplieou az. {{oi SidiieijJ; fourth, sa. two 
bars, per jiale indented, az. and gu. iu chief 
three pellets, (for DodweU.) — Crest, a grilTln, 
rampant, gu. su])porting a broken spear or, 
Leaded ar. 

CoSKN, [Devonshire,] ar. a chev. betw. tlu-ee 

mullets pierced sa. 
Cosen, [Kiuuinghail, Norfolk,] az. a chev. wa\y, 

betw. tliree eagles, displayed, or. — Crest, on a 

chapeau az. turned iiji erm. a tiger, sejtuit, or. 
Cosen, az. a chev. wavy, ar. betw. three eagles, 

displayed, or. — Crest, on a ducal cap az. lined 

erm. a tiger, sejant, or. 
C'osj/«,az. alien, rampantor, double queued iiowed, 

guttee, gu. — Crest, on a mount vert, a hare, 

sejant, sa. holding a branch of flowers vert. 
CosijH, az. a lion, rampant, tail forcho or, guttee 

^osi/n, [London and Newcastle-upon-Tyne,] erm. 

a chev. cngr. per pale, or aud sa. \_Granied, 

12/ h J/ay,'lG17.] 
Cosyn, [Dorsetshire,] az. a lion, rampant, or. 
Cosijn, gu. a chev. betw. three keys, erect, sa. 
Cosi/n, [Norfolk,] gu. an eagle, displayed, ar. 



COT 

Cosyn, [Dorsetshire,] az. a lion, rampant, ar. 
guttee de sang crowned or. (Another, [Kent,] 
guttee d'eau.) 

Cosin, az. a lion, rampant, or, guttee gu. crowiu-d 
of the second. 

C'osens, ar. on a bend, betw. two dragons' heads 
couped gu. three doves of the field. 

Cosyiis, or Cosins, [Chorley- Hall, Leicester- 
shire,] erm. a chev. per pale gu. aud or. — Cre^t, 
a deini lion, ramp;uit, or, guttee de sang. \_Con- 
firm,;d V-Mh March, l(i51.] 

Cosii, [Devon,] ar. on a chev. sa. three foun- 
tains ]3])r. 

Cosil.VLME, ar. three lions, rampant, gu. 

CoSoWARTH, [Cornwall,] ar. on a chev. betw. 
tliree wings az. as many bezants. 

CospATRicR, ar. fretty gu. a chief az. 

Cos.SEN, az. a lion, rampant, or, guttee de sang, 
ducaliy crowned pf the second. — Crest, a lion, 
rampant, as iu the arms. [Claimed hi/ Jolm 
Cossen, of Penzance, 2d C. 1, 4G5, I." 10, 5. 
Colleye of Arms.'] 

Cosscn, [Roniuingliam, Norfolk,] az. a chev. wavy, 
betw. three eagles, displayed, or.— Crest, on a 
chapeau az. turned up erm. au heraldic tiger, 
sejant, or. [15S5, Vide CoolSs Grants, CulLye 
of Arms.'] 

C0.SSJXGTON, az. a rose or. 

Cosinyton, [Ilampshii-e,] az. three roses or. 

Cost, ar. a cross, betw. four annulets sa. 

CoSTO.MER, [Yarmouth,] gu. tv.o bars erm. in 
chief a lion, passant, or. — Crest, ou a chapeau 
gu. turned up erm. a liou or, betv>-. two wings 
gu. each charged with two bars erm. 

CoSTON, or, on a bend sa. three cross crosslets ar. 

CoswoRTii, ar. ou a chev. az. betw. tluee viugs 
sa. five bezants. 

COTCHKLK, or, a bend gu. 

CoTEEL, [Devonshire,] or, a bend gu. semee de 
crouells ar. 

Cotes, ar. a cross, moline, engr. sa. 

Coles, erm. on a fesse sa. three escallops or. 

Coles, [Elson, Leicestershire,] ar. fretty az. on a 
canton sa. a lion, rampant, or. — Crest, a cock 
ppr. combed and wattled or. 

Coles, [Buckinghamshire.] Tl:e same arms. — 
Crest, a cock or, combed and wattled gu. 

Coles, [Sir John, Lord IVIayor of London, ]54"2,] 
per pale, or and az. two dolphins, erect, coan- 
terchauged on a chief gu. a covered cup, betw. 
two dove-cotes or. 

Cotes, [Bucks,] per pale, gu. and az. two dol))liins, 
haiu"ient, e>idorscd ar. on a chief or, a covered 
cup, betw. two dove-cotes of" the first. 

Cotorave, [Cheshire,] gu. a chev. indented erm. 
betw. three bugle-horns sa. 

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COT 

Colgrave, gu. a fesse, (hincettee, betw. tliree 
bugle-liorns ar. [Bonie by Hugh CoU/rave, 
Esq. Richmond Herald, 15(j(}, Teni]). Sd'Eliz.] 
"Cotmi:k, ar. tliree clu'v. ciigr. az. — Crest, a dex- 
ter arm, emljowed in armour ppr. garnished or, 
holding- ill iho biuid, also ppr. a cliu])let vert. 

CuTiN, a:',, two cliev. bctw. three boars' heads 
erased or. 

CoTTKLL, [Somersetshire and Devonshire,] or, a 
bend gii. a crescent for diUereuce.- — Crest, out 
of a ducal coronet or, a leopard, sejant, ppr. 
charged with a crescent for dilTereiice. 

CuTTKR, [Ireland,] az. three etTetts in pale ppr. 

CoTTKRKLL, ar. a bend, betw. six escallops sa. 

CoitereJl, ar. a bend, nebulee, sa. 
• Cutlereli, [South Eepps, Norfolk,] ar. a bend, 
betw. three escallojis sa. — Crest, a talbot's head, 
sa. ducally collared and lined or. (yiuolher | 
crest, a talbot's head, erased sa. collared or, 
thereon three escallops of the llrst.) 

CoTTKRKLLS, [Devon,] nr. a bend waved sa. 

CoTTj;s, erm. on a bend eugr. sa. three plates. — 
Crest, a dog's head or, collared gu. his mouth 
embrued with blood, (i. e. a kind of hound's 
head.) 

CoTTiiSFORP, ax. on a fesse sa. three bezants. 

Cottcsfurd, [Oxford, IGll,] ar. two bars gu. 
within a bordure eugr. sa. — Crest, a bear, 
couchaiit, sa. muzzled and collared or. 

Cotlesford, [Devon.] The same. 

C'oiies/brd. T'he same, Avith the bordure charged 
with eight bezants. 

CoT'i'ES.MORK, az. au eagle, displayed, with two 
necks ar. on his breast au escocheon gu. charged 
with a leopcird's face or. 

Codsmore. The same, the charge of the esco- 
cheon being a bezant. 

Colismorc, az. an eagle, displayed, ar. on liis 
breast au escocheon gu. charged with a leopard's 
head of the second. 

CoTTKZ, ar. a ci'oss sarcelly, engr. sa. 

CoTTiNGHAM, sa. three (another, two) hinds, 
counter-passant, ar. 

CoTTiNGTON, or CoTTiNGHAM, [Cheshire and 
Middlesex,] sa. two hounds counter-trippant in 
fesse ar. 

Collinf/ion, [Gloucestersliiie and V/iltshire,] az. 
ou a fesse ar. betw. three roses or, as many 
bugle-hoi ns sa. 

CoTTi.r;, [North Taunton, De\oD,] or, a bend gu. 
[Grunted to Thomas Callk, of North Taunton, 
Devon, 8//i Nov. 15S().] 

Cotton, sa. a chev. betw. three lion.':' heads 
erased ar. 

Cotton, ])er pale, ar. and sa. on a chev. betw. 
three fusils, its many birds, all coiintcrchan:i-ed. 



GOV 

Col ton, az. a chev. betw. three crescents ar. 
Cotton, [l^anwadr, Cambridgeshire,] sa. a chev. 

betw. three grillins' heads, erased, ar. — Crest, a 

griliiu's head, erased ar. 
Cotton, sa. a chev. or, betw. three griflins' heads, 

erased, ar. — Crest, a griflin's head, erased, ar. 

holding in the mouth a gauntlet ))pr. 
Cotton, [Counington, Huutiiigdonshire,] az. an 

eagle, displayed, ar. armed gu. 
Cotton, [Stafl'ordshirc.] The same, with due dif- 

fereuce. 
Cotton, ar. on a chev. betw. three griflins' heads 

erased gu. an escallop or. 
Cotton, [Kent,] gu. a chev. erm. betw. three 

griflins' heads erased ar. langucd az. 
Cotton, ar. a chev. betw. three griflins' heads 

cra.;ed sa. 
Cotton, [Suffolk,] sa. on a chev. betw. three 

gi'iflins' heads ar. a martlet gu. 
Cotton, wf. a lioji, rampant, guardant, vert. 
Cotton, vert, a leopard, rampant, reguardaut, ar. 
Cotton, barry of six, ar. and az. three bundles of 

cotton or. 
Cotton, [Cotton-llall, Hampshire, Salop, and 

London,] az. a chev. betw. three bundles of 

cotton-yani ar. — Crest, an eagle, with wings ex- 
panded ar. beaked and legged or, holding in the 

dexter claw a belt az. buckle of the second. 
Cotton, [Sir Allen, Lord j\3ayor of London, 1C2-J.] 

The same arras. 
Cotton, barry of sLx, ar. and az. 
Cotton, [Laughton, Leicestershire, aiul Staft'ord- 

shire,] ar. a bend sa. betw. three ogresses. — 

Crest, an eagle, displayed, ar. 
Cotton, [\yhittiugton, Gloucestershire,] ar. a bend 

sa. betw. three jjcllets. — Crest, iive snakes ppr. 

tied in a parcel, their heads in chief. 
Cotton, gu. a chev. betw. three crescents ar. 
Cotton. The same as CoETON. 
Cotton, [Colton, Cheshire,] a chev. betw. 

three bundles of cotton-yarn ar. 
Cotton, [Soham-Lodge, Suflblk,] ar. on a fesse 

cottised gu. three fleurs-de-hs of the field. 

[Borne by the late William Colton, of Easton, 

Suffolk, 1821.] 
Cotton, az. an eagle, displayed, ar. armed or. 
Cotton, ar. on a chev. betw. three griflins' heads 

sa. a mullet of the first. 
Cotton, De, vert, a lion, rampant, guardant, ar. 
Cotton, [Stanbrdshire,] az. on a cliev. ar. three 

catharine-w heels gu. 
Cotton, [Leicestcrshu-e, temp. Edward III.] The 

san\o. 
Co^ E, gu. a bend ar. cottised or.- — Crest, out of a 

ducal coronet or, a dexter arm, embowed, in 

armour [»i)r. holding in tiie gauntlet a battle-axe 



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g'u. [Bornehij the Rev. Morfjan Cove, D.C.L. 
Prebendary of Hereford, 1824.] 

Cove, ar. three, piles, wavy, g-u. betw. twelve 
miirtlcts sa. 

CovKi.iiV, [Jlampshire,] gti. a fcsse betw. three 
helmets ar. 

Covelcy, g'u. a fcsse or, bct\v. three helmets ar. 

Co\KLL, ar. on a saltier eiigr. sa. five escallops 
of the licld. 

Covell, [IjOiulon,] az. a lion, rampant, ar. a file of 
tliree lambeaux gu. each oharjred with as many 
bezants.— Crest, on a chapeau gu. turned iij) 
erm. a lion, passant, ar. gorged with a file of 
three lambeaux gu. each cluu-ged with as many 
bezants. [^Confirmed io Capi. Tlioiuas Covell, 
of London, lOlh Oct. IGSO.] 

Covell, az. a lion, rampant, ar. guttee do poix, 
armed or. 

Covell, [Yorkshire,] or, a che\ . betw. three mrjt- 
lets sa. 

Covin, [Yorkshire,] ar. a fesse gu. in chief tlirec 
torteauxes. 

Covin, [Lancashire,] or, a fesse gu. in chief three 
torteauxes. 

Coventry, or Coventho:, sa. a fesse erm. 
betw. three crescents or. — Crest, a gaib. lying 
fesseways or, thereon a cock gu. combed, wat- 
tled, and kmgued or. 

Coventry, [Grange,] sa. on a fesse, betw. three 
crescents or, an eagle, displayed, of the field, — 
Crest, on a chapeau gu. timied up erm. a cock- 
pheasant ppr. beaked and membered gu. 

Coventry, [London,] ar. on a cliev. sa. betw. 
three columbines az. slipped vert, a bezant. 

Coventry, [Lord Mayor of London, 1425,] ai-. a 
chev. sa. betw. three columbines ppr. 

Coventrcye, ar. a chev. betw. three columbines az. 

Cov]:rt, [Slaugham, Sussex,] gu. a fesse erm. 
betw. three lions' heads erased or. — Crest, a 
leopard's head or. 

Covert, [Sussex, Kent, and Surrey,] gu. a fesse 
erm. betw. three martlets or. — Crest, a leopard's 
face or. (Anollier, a lion's face or.) 

Covert, [Sussex,] gu. a fesse erm. betw. three 
lions' heads erased ai\ (Aitother, or.) 

Covert, or Court, or, a lion, rampant, sa. gudec 
of the first. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, 
a unicorn's head ar. armed and crined of the 
first, charged on the neck with a nudlet gti. 

CoviLL, [Yorkshire.] See Covell. 

CovYN, vert, a grifiiu, segreant, ar. 

CouciiMAN, sa. three cincpiefoils, two and one, 
betw. nine cross crosslets ar. — Crest, a demi 
liou, rampant, sa. semee of cross crosslets ar. 
Iiolding betw. the paws a cinqucfoil of the 
last. 



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CoucilMARTEK, ar. two chev. couched vert. 
CouDEN, gu. a clicv. betw. three stags' heiid.'i 

erased ar. 
CouiiR-i', gu. fen billets or. 
C()iti;LEV, or CovELi.V, [Hampshire,] '^\i. a 

fesse, betw. three helmets ar. 
CoiiLCiiEiFE, ar. an eagle sa. membered gu. 

standing on a child ppr. lying in a cradle vert, 

swaddled or. 
CouLDAVELL, [Kent,] paly, wavy, of six, or 

and sa. on a che\. gu. three grifiius' heads, 

erased, of the first. 
Coulee, or Colle, per pale, indented, gu. and 

ar. a bull, couraut, couuterchanged, wthin a 

bordure sa. bezanfee. 
CoULSE.LL, [Essex,] chequy, or and sa. a chief 

of the first, guttee de sang-. 
CoULSTON, [St. Ives, Huntmgdonsliire,] ar. a 

chev. engr. gu. betw. three dolphins, embowed, 

sa. — Crest, an eagle, with wings endorsed or, 

preying on a doljihiu ppr. 
Coi/hon, or Coulslon, ar. two dolphiiis, haurient, 

respecting each other sa. collared and cliained 

together or, the chain hanging betw. them. — 

Crest, a dolphin, embowed, sa. 
CouLTy, ar. a stag's head, erased, gu. bclw. the 

attires a ])heon az. all withhi a bordure, ciigr. of 

the second. 
CouMUE. See CoMBK. 
CoUNDEROWE, ar. a chev. betw. tliree talbots 

sa. 
Cou>!TE.';S5E, ar. three .stags' attu-es in pale, bar- 
ways, sa. the top to the destcr side. 
Coup, [Essex and Northamptonshire,] ar. a chev. 

az. betw. three rose-branches, slipped, gu. leaved 

vert. 
Conppe, [Northamptonshire,] ar. on a chev. az. 

betw. three roses gii. as many fleurs-de-lis or. 

COUPAR, 1 c- 'ii r< 

COUPER. JScewthCoAVPEU. 

CoUPLAND, [London,] or, on a cross sa. betw. 

four trefoils vert, five mullets ar. 
Coupland, or, two bars, and a canton gu. over all 

a bend sa. 
CoURAYS, ar. three fleurs-dehs gu. 
CoifRCi, [Stoke-Courci, Somersetshire,] ar. three 

eagles, displayed, gu. crowned or. 
CoURiCE, or, fretty gu. 
Courser, or Corser, ar. three horses' heads, 

coiiped sa. bridled of the first. 
CoURTE, paly of six, or and az. on a chief of 

tlic first, an eagle, displayed, sa. 
CoURTALL, ar. on a fesse sa. three bezants. 
CoURTEENE, [Aldington, or Aunton, Worces- 
tershire,] or, a talbot, passant, sa. — Crest, a 

demi talhot sa. 



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CoURTiN, [London.] The same anus. 
CouRTHOPK, [Wylye, Sussex,] ar. a fcsse 

az. betw. lliree cstoilcs sa.— Crest, a tlenil stas; 

gu. semee de estoiles and affired or. [Bonte hij 

Gcorqc Courthorpc, of Wi/h/e, Sussex, Esq. 

182:1] 1 ' J JJ 1 

Coiirl/iorp, [Dov.-ry, Sussex.] ■ Tlie same arms. 

—Crest, a cubit arm, erect, ppr. hoklitig- lui an- 
chor az. fluke and ring or. 
Covrthope, [Stodmarsb, Kent,] or, a fcsse az. 

betw. three estoiles sa. — Crest, a camel's licad 

or, vulned in tlie neck gu. 
CouRTiiNAY, [!Mor)and,] or, three torteauxes on a 

a hibel az. nine phitus. 
Courfcnai/, or, three torteanxes a bendlet gobo- 

natcd ar. and az. 
Courtenay, [Llorfon,] or, torteauxes a bend az. 
Couriney, [Powderliani-Castle, Devonshire,] or, 

tlu'ee torteauxes. — Crest, a dol])liin, cnibowcd, 

ar. (Anolher cresl, out of a ducal coronet or, 

a plume of feathers ar. with a crescent sa.) 
\ Courliwy, [Devonshire,] quai'terly ; first, or, a 
I lion, ramptnit, az. ; second, ar. three trefoils, 

sli))ped, sa. ; the third as the second, the fourth 

as the first. 
Conrlncy, [Somersetshire,] or, a bend gu. betv;. 

three torteauxes. 
Courtiuy, [Devonshire,] or, three torteauxes, a 

label of as many points, each charged with a be- 
zant. 
Couvti!cy, or, a fesse az. betw. three torteanxes. 
Courljiey, or, three torteauxes, a label of five 

points az. 
CouKTOYS, [Dorsetshire, gu. a grlfini, segreant, 

o)-. 
Courloys, [Dorsetshu-e and Loudon,] sa. a fesse 

erm. betw. fliree horses' heads, coupcd, ar. bil- 

letty or. 
Cour'ioys, [Lincolnshire,] paly of six, or and az. 

a fesse chequy, ar. and sa. charged with three 

martlets of the first. 
Courloys, [Boston, Lincolnshire,] jialy of six, 

conuterchanged, ])er fesse, or and az. over all, a 

fesse, checjuy, ar. and sa. 
Cojirtoys, ar. a chev. betM'. three bulls' heads 

gu. 
Courtoys, [London,] gu. a chev. vair, betw. three 

bulls' heads ar. ( Aiwiher, or.) 
Courtoys, ar. a chev. sa. betw. three bulls' heads 

gu. 
Courloys, or CoorloJs, erni. on a canton g-ii. an 

inescocheon, voided, ar. 
Courloys, [London,] gu. a chev. voire, ar. and sa. 

betw. tlirec bulls' lieads of the second. 
C0U.SIN. Sec CosYN. 
COUSS.MAKKR, or CouSMAKER, [originally of 



COW 

Brabant,] quarterly ; first and fourth, az. oti a 
ch(!V. betw. three mullets or, as many trefoils, 
.slipped, vert ; second and third, az. two chev. 
interlaced, one issuing I'rom the chief, and tlie 
other from the base, betw. eight mullets of six 
points, all or. — Crest, an cstoile or. [Cerli/Ird 
al llie CoUrgc of Arms, London, May, 1779, 
io Georyf Kein Jfayicard Coussmaker, Esq.'] 

CouTRY, [Boxliourne, Kent,] az. a pile, betw. 
four fleurs-de-lis or, over all a chev. of the last. 
— Crest, a falcon's head or, betw. two wings az. 
each charged witii a fleur-de-lis of the first. 

Coiri'TS, ar. a stag's head, couped, gu. in chief a 
pheon az. all v.ithiu a bordure, embattled, of 
the last. — Crest, a demi centaur ppr. [Borne 
hy (he late T/iannis Coutts, Esq. 1S22.] 

Cow, [Norfolk and Keiit,] gu. a b.end, cottised, ar. 

Coin, or Cowe, ar. three bends sa. 

Cowan, ar. a saltier and chief gn. — Cre.st, out 
of clouds p[)r. a cubit arm, erect, ppr. holding 
a heart ^^\i. 

CowAUi), ar. on a chev. gu. three martlets of the 
field, on a chief of the second, a cliamber-piece 
or. — Crest, a denii gieyhound sa. holding bet sv. 
his feet a stag's i»cad, cabossed, ar. attired or. 

Conard, or, on a chev. gu. three martlets of the 
field, on a chief of the second, a chamber-piece 
of the first. — Crest, a demi greyhound ar. hold- 
ing betv.-. the paws a buck's head, cabossed, of 
the last, attired or. 

Coward, [Wells, Somersetshire,] or, on two bars 
sa. three cinquefoils, two and one ar. 

CowcGY, barry of six, vair and gu. a chief or. 

Cowcey, sa. a chev. betv.'. three fleurs-de-lis ar. 

CoiL-cy, or CoKcie, paly of six, vair and gu. 

Coitcy, barry of six, vair and gu. 

CowcilER, ar. on a fesse gu. betw. tlnee mart- 
lets of the second, as many martlets or. 

CnwDELL, gu. a cliev. betw. tlnee bucks' lieads, 
cabossed, ar. 

Co^^'DEN, az. on a fesse, ar. betw. three annulets 
or, a lion, pass:!nt, sa. a label for difl'erence. 
— Crest, a demi lioti sa. charged v.ithan annulet 
or. 

CoYVDREY, [Hampshire and Berkshire,] gu. ten 
billets, four, three, two, and one, or.— -Crest, 
out of a ducal coronet or, adexlerarm,enibowed, 
in armour ppr. garnished of the first, holding in 
tlie gauntlet an anchor gu. stock sa. to the ring a 
piece of cable of flic last, entwined round the 
arm. 

Coirdrey, [Berkshire,] gu. thiilreii billets, four, 
four, three, and two, or. 

Cowdrey, [Ilerriard, Hants,] sa. ten billets or. 

Coiidrey, az. six hilk'ts or. 

Coiidrey, az. ten tiillefs or. ■ ■-, ■. :■. ... 1 



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CoWELL, crni. a liiiid, tripping;, ^\. 

CoWFiKLD, ar. tliree bai-s gemelles and a canton 
pu. 

CoWlE, per pale, enn. and sa. a fesse, couuter- 
clianged. — Crest, on a wreath, upon a stnmp of 
a tree, a falcon, vith winsis expanded ppr. 

[liorne hy Cowie, Esq. of Furlciyli- 

LocUic, Surrey, 1S2;3.] 

CoWLRiGH, [De\ou,] ar. a cbev. sa. betw. three 
Cornish choughs ppr. 

Cowley, [Amsterdam, 160G,] ar. on a tliev. sa. 
three leopards' heads, jessaut, as many fleiu-s- 
de-lis of the field.- — Crest, on a mural coronet 
az. a leopard's head ar. jessaut de lis or. 

Cowley, per pale, indented, gu. and ar. a bull, 
passant, counterchanged, >\iihin a bordiire sa. 
bezantee. 

Cowley, [Loudon,] ar. a lion, rampant, sa. within 
a bordure engT. of tlie second, charged vv'ith ten 
mullets of the fiist. — Crest, on a ducal coronet 
or, a demi lion ermines. 

Cowley, [Devonshire,] ar. a bull, )5Dssant, gu. 
Nvitliiu a bordure sa. bezantee. 

Cowley, gu. a chev. couutercompouy, or and ar. 
betw. three cross crosslets of the last. 

Cowley, ar. on a chev. sa. three leopards' beads 
or. 

COWLIN, ar. a chev. sa. betw. three cools ppr. 

Cowlincf, [Trengoenthen, Cornwall,] ar. a chev. 
sa. betw. three Cornish choughs ppr. 

Cow>!E, per pale, gu. and sa. a lion, rampant, 
erm. 

CoWNTERCLE, or, on a chief az. two lions, ram- 
pant, ar. respecting each other. 

CovvPEN, [Oxfordsliire,] gu. sLn. writing pens ar. 
three, tv\-o, and one. 

Cowpen, gu. three Avriting pens ar. 

CoA\'i'jiR, [Yorkshire,] gu. a bend vair, betw. six 
lions, rampant, or. — Crest, on a castle gu. a 
Saraceji king's bead ppr. wreathed about the 
temples, ar. and az. and crowned with a Saxon 
coronet or. 

Cowper, [Bolton-upon-S^valo, Yorkshire,] gu. a 
bend erm. betw. six lions, rampant, or. — Crest, 
on a castle, a Saracen king's head as before. 

Cowper, [Sussex, lUl-i,] quarterh , ar. and gu. 
in the second and third quarter, a phcon of the 
first.- — Crest, a pheon ar. point upwards, betw. 
two wings gu. 

(Cowper, [Ratling-Court, Kent, and Colae-Green, 
Hertfordshire,] ar. tln-ee martlets gu. on a chief 
f^iigr. of the second, three annulets or. — Crest, 
a iiou's gamb, erect and erased, or, holding a 
branch vert, fructed gu. 

Coiuper, ar. a chev. .sa. on a chief of the second 
three leopards' beads or. ... 



COX 

Cowper, [Overleigh, Cheshire,] az. on a bend 
engr. or, betw. two v.olvcs' heads ar. three 
cross crosslets gu. — Crest, out of a mural coro- 
net gu. a demi wolf ar. supporting a garb or. 
[Gm«/«Z]G42.] 

Co/ipar, az. a tortoise, erect, or. 

Cotiper, [London,] az. a saltier ar. on a chief or, 
three lions, rampant, gu. — Crest, on a mural 
crown a pelican, with wings endorsed ar. beaked 
and legged or, valued gu. 

Caliper, [Gogar, Scotland,] ar. a chev. gu. charget' 
with another orm. betw. three laurel leaves, 
slipped, vert. — Crest, a hand, holding a garland, 
all ppr. 

CowTHt'.KXE, ar. on a saltier gu. five crosses, 
flory, or. — Crest, on a mount vert, a raven 
ppr. 

Ccx, per chev. gu. and az. in chief t^vo roses, in 
base, as many cocks respecting each other ar. in 
the ceutie point, a bezant. 

Cox, or Cock, ar. a chev. betw. three wolves' 
heads, erased, sa. 

Cox, quarterly, gu. and vert, on each cpiartci- a 
bezant. 

Cox, [Beamonds, Hertfordsliire,] or, three biirs 
az. on a canton ar. a lion's head, erased, gu. — 
Crest, an antelo]ie's head, erased, sa. pierced 
through the neck with a broken spear, vulned 
gu. 

C'o.v, [London,] ai\ three cocks gu. crowned or, 
0)1 a chief az. a pale, charged with a rose of 
the second, betw. two ostrich's feathers of the 
field. — Crest, a cock gu. ducally crowned or. 
lGrantedll(M.'\ 

Cox, [Chichester, Sussex,] or, three bars az. on 
a canton gu. a lion's head, erased, ar. — Crest, a 
gTifliu's head, erased, sa. pierced through the 
neck with an arrow gu. headed and feathered ar. 
(Auollier crest, a goat's head, erased, az. annc d 
or.) 

Cox, [Beamonds, Hertfordshire,] or, three bars 
az. on a quarter ar. a lion's head, couped, gu. 
— Crest, a goat's bead, erased, sa. horned, 
bearded, and pierced through with an arrow or, 
the wound gutlee de sang. 

Cox, barry of six, or and az. on a canton ar. a 
cross gu. 

Cox, [Bromerton, Norfolk,] sa. on a chev. betw. 
three griffin.s' heads, erased, or, as nuiny estoiles 
gu. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet, a grillin's 
head,' betw. two -cings 

Cox, alias Cokks, [London,] sa. tv^'o bars hu- 
mettee or, betw. as many swans, one in chief, 
the other in base, ar. beaked and legged gn. 
betw. the bars a cock of the third, combed, leg- 
tred, and wattled of the fourth. — Crest, a dexter 



C R A 

arm, in armour ppr. c;arnisliod or, thn hand also 
ppr. snpportiii'j^ a battle-axe ar. iiandle g-u. 

Cox, [Cloiicestersliire and London,] ar. a bend sa. 

. in the sinister cliief an oak-leaf. — Crest, a 
goat's lieud ar. attired or, in liis inoutli an oak- 
leaf az. 

('ox, fSliropsliire,] ar. a bctid az. in the sinister 
rhief an oak-leaf of the second. 

Coxe, [London,] ar. on a bend sa. a spear's 
liead or, in the sinister chief an oak-leaf 
of tlie second. — Crest, a demi lion, rampant, 
ar. collared sa. holding- in his paws a spear's 
head or. 

CoxdN, [Yorkshire,] sa. a cliev. betw. three 
cpcks ar. combed luid wattled gu.— Crest, a 
cock ar. combed, wattled, and legged, gn. 

Coxoii, gii. a less", raguly, and counter- raguly, 
betw. tiiree denii lions, rampant, ar. diicallv 
crowned or. — Crest, a cock ar. combed, wattled, 
and legged, gu. 

("dXTON, ar. on a fesse, betw. three crosses, bot- 
IniiiV, fitchec, sa. tv/o tuns or. 

Coxlon, ar. on a fesse, betw. four cross crosslots, 
fitchec, sa. three tuns or. 

(■ox\vi;i,L, [Gloucestershire,] ar. abend, wavy, 
sn. betw. six cocks gu. — Crest, a dragon's head, 
ar. betw. two drngons' wings, expanded, gu. 

CoYNF,, [Staffordshire,] or, on a bend sa. three 
trefoils, slipped, ar. — Crest, a cubit arm, erect, 
vested sa. slashed and cufled or, holding in the 
hand ppr. a cutlass ar. embrued with bfood in 
three |>hices, hilt and pomel of the second. 

Coyne, [Dublin,] crm. on a bend az. a dove betw. 
two pheons ar. on a canton gu. a bezant. — Crest, 
a sea-horse ppr. holding a fusil ar. charged Avith 
a fleur-de-lis. {Granted l(i(i:3.] 

Covw, ar. on a bend sa. three cinquefoils, sliijped, 
of the field. 

Cms, [Hatfield, Peverell, Essex,] sa. onachev. 
bclw. three sjiears' heads ar. as many cross cross- 
lets of the first. — Crest, on a wreath, clouds 
ppr. issuing rays or, out of which an arm, erect, 
grasping a snake, entwined round the arm, all 
ppr. 

CoYTMORK, [Coytmore, Carnarvonshire,] gu. a 
cliev. brtw. three stags' heads, cabossed, ar. 

CuAH, [Robsliiw, Scotland,] az. a chev. ar. 
betw. two lleurs-de-lis in chief, and a crab in 
bnso or. 

Crahh, az. a chev. betw. two fkurs-dc-lis in chief 
and a crab in base or. 

Craci[UU01)F., or, a saltier evm. botw. four lions' 
heads, erased, sa. — Crest, a demi boar, salient, 
reguardant, or, wounded in the shoulder with an 
arrow ppr. which he holds in his mouth. 

Cracroft. See with Craycroft. 



C R A 

Cradoc ap GwiLYN, [Brecon,] az. a stag. 

passant, ar. betw. the attires or, a regal crown 

ppr. 
Craclock, ar. on a chev. az. three garbs or, in 

chief a lion, passant, sa. 
Cradoc/r, [Somersetshire and Wilts,] ar. on a chev. 

az. three garbs or. — Crest, a bear's head, erased, 

sa. billettcc, and muzzled or. 
Cradock, [Wales,] az. three boars' heads, couped, 

in fesse, betw. as many cross crosslets or. 
Cradock, [Wales,] az. crusily, three boars' iieads, 

couped, ar. two and one. 
Cradock, or Cradocke, ar. three boars' heads, 

couped, sa. armed or. 
Cradock, [^^'ales,] az. semee de cross crosslets, 

three boars' heads, couped, or. 
Cradock, ar. three boars' heads, erased, sa. armed 

or, langued gu. 
Cradock, [Oxford,] ar. three boars' heads, erect 

and erased, sa. {Boriie hy Thomas Cradock, 

31. A. of Maffdaten Collctje, Oxford, iclio died 

anno 1G78.] 
Cradock, az. three boars' heads, couped, ar. betw. 

nine cross crosslets of the second, 
CraffoFvD, or, on a chev. vert, three falcons' 

heads, erased, ar. 
Craford, [Kent,] or, on a chev. sa. three hawks' 

heads, erased, ar. 
Craford, [Northumberland,] or, on a chev. vert. 

three eagles' heads, erased, ar. — Crest, an 

eagle's head, betw. two wings ar. 
Craford, [Kent and Essex,] or, on a chev. vert, 

three hawks' heads, erased, ar. — Crest, a hawk's 

head or. 
Cragdon, Crigdon, or Cragden, gu. three 

bars, point in point, ar. and sa. 
Cragg, [Devon.sliire,] ar. on a bend az. betw. 

two talbots, passant, .sa. three martlets or. 
Crac/(/, [Greenford, Middlesex,] erm. on a fesse 

sa. three crescents ar. 
Craggs, [Westminster,] sa. on a fesse or, betw. 

three mulletserm. as many cross crosslets ermines. 

— Crest, a dexter and sinister arm, couped 

above the elbow, armed az. garnished ar. grtisp- 

inga sword of the last, hilt aiul pomel or. [Granted 

Februar,/S, 1(191.] 
Craig, [Scotland,] erm. 

Craigy, erm. on a fesse sa. three crescents ar. 
Cuaik, [Scotland,] az. a ship or, under sail ar. 
Craik, per fe.sse, ar. and vert, in chief three ro- 
ses gu. in base a ship or, sails fmled. 
Craik] az. in the sea, in base vert, a shij) in full 
course or, masts, .sails, and tacklings ppr. Hags gu. 
Craik, [Colston-Pytte, '^'orkshirc,] per fesse, ar. 
and sa. a jiale counterchanged, and three cros^i-s 
of the second. 



C II A 

(liiik, [G:nitoii, Rytoii, and Ht-slarton, York- 

'-liiro.] 'Hie same, witli duo dill'ereiice. 
(liile, or Creke, [Crake, Norfolk,] or, on a. 

fc.vse, bctw. tliree garbs gu. as many (leurs-de- 

|„ of the first. 
t'ljlr, yA- f dexter arm, liabited in a mauncli or, 

l.olding in the liand ppr. a Ueur-de-lis of tlie se- 

.-und. 
('|(\KKSTI10RPE, [Norduimberland and New- 

t'i:ri;en, Westmorland,] or, a cliev. betw. three 

timliet--, iiicrced, az. 
Ctiiliiilhorpr, ox, a chev. sa. betw. three mnllets, 

|iifri-(d, vert. 
<'i(drnlhorj)p, or, a chev. betw. three mullets, 

pierred, sa. 
{ liiktnlltorpc, or, a chev. betw. three mullets az. 
i luitiilJ/orpc, or, a chev. Ijetw. three mullets az. 

]>i< nod, ar. 
('i!Ai,i., ar. three mascles, pierced, sa. 
Ck.Wiiiokne, az. three bars ar. 
ri;.\MiiUitA, or CRAMiiiiiiY, az. three bars ar. 

hix martlets gu. three, two, and one. 
(.'hammngton, [Yorkshire,] barry of six, ar. 

iind az. in chief three annulets of the last. 
CitimluKjlon, [Westmorland,] barry of six, ar. 

ii!id az. in chief three annulets sa. 
{"i;\>ioM), [Auldbar, Scotland,] az. a bend, bctw. 

tliroe pelicans, vulning themselves, ar. 
<'<;kmi', [Dudinghurst, Essex,] az. a chev. ar. 

hi tw. six cross crosslets, fitchee, or. 
("jiAMi'iiiLL, or CuAMi'iLL, ar. a saltier gu. 

Ir.'Uy or. 
<'i AMi'iKiRNi;, [Ambury, Herts,] per pale, gu. 

nnd az. on a chev. betw. tlu-ee bug-le-horns, 

.'triiiged or, as many cross crosslets, fitchee, sa. 

— Crest, a talbot's head, erased, erin. eared sa. 

j:'irm'd vvitli a collar gu. charged with three 

• r'>>>i crosslets, fitchee, or. \ Granicd Januarii 

v-.i. ITOO.] 
' > ANADGi;, [Cheshire,] ar. on a chev. gu. betw. 

tiirti- tortoaiixes, as many mullets of the field. 
-Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a dcrai stork, 

»^iili wings expanded jjpr. 
< •■•nni/e, [I'ixley, Clieshire,] ar. a bend az. betw. 

s^olmcks' lioads, cabossed, sa. 
' *<*M)Kn, Cranhara, or Crankhurne, az. 

■■<| t»o bars ar, six martlets gu. 
' •«r.t.i-, jir. on two bars gu. three martlets of the 

t. !.|, "" 

^^'-■sr, [.Sum.lk,] ar. a fosse, bctw. three cross 

•I'^Mtts, (itclioe, gu. — Crest, a crane jjivr. 
*'««. [Suir„lk,] ar. on a fosse, betw. three cross 

<f-..uKi.>., fitihee, gu. an escallop or. 

'."*'• i^"'l^'lk,] ar. a fesse, betw. six cross cross- 

"'''. Ill<h0e, fru. 

' ■'*■', per bend, or and az. 



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Crane, [London,] gu. on a fesse, bctw. three 
crosses, formee, lilchee, or, as many anntdets 
az. — Crest, a dcmihind or, ducally gorged az. 

Crane, [Cornwall,] ar. a crane sa. standing on a 
staff raguly in base vert. 

Crane, gu. on a fesse, betw. three crosses patteo 
or, as many annidets az. [Granted to John 
Crane, Clerk of t/ie Kitchen to Kinc/ Jaines I. 
anno IGOG.] 

CRANF.N,ar. a fesse engr. betw. six cross crosslets 

8"- . . ■ 

Cranen, [\ orksliire and London,] or, five fieurs- 

de-lisin cross sa. a chief, Avavy, az. 
CRAM'iKLn, az. an eagle, displayed, or, crowned 

of the last. 
Cranfield, ar. on a pale az. three flciirs-do-Iis of 

the first. — Crest, on a ducal coronet or, a fleur- 

dc-hs betw. two ostrich feathers ar. 

iGranfrdlCA'i.'] 
Cranfield, or, on a pale az. three fleurs-de-lis of 

the field. 
Cranfield, az. a talbot, passant, betw. three round 

buckles or. 
Cranford, [South Newton, Northamptonshire,] 

ar. a chief, indented, az. 
Cranford, [Warwickshire,] gu. a fret or, a chief 

ar. 
Cranford, or, two lions, passant, sa. ciowned of 

the field. 
Cranisley, ar. a chev. betw. three cranes az. 
Cranesley, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three cranes 

az. 
Crank E, [London,] per bend, sinister, az. and 

\ert, a lion, passant, guardant, or, on a canton ar. 

an escallop gu. 
Cran.mer, [Nottinghamshire,] ar. a chev. betw. 

three cranes az. — Crest, a crane's head erased 

az. pierced through the back of tb.e neck with 

an aiTow ppr. barbed and ])lumed ar. the neck 

vulned gu. 
Cranmer, [Kent,] ar. on a chev. az. betw. three 

pelicans sa. vxdning themsehos pi)r. as many 

cinquefoils or. 
Cranmuim;, ar. on a chev. az. betw. three ])eli- 

cans sa. vulning themselves pjtr. as many cinque- 
foils or. — Crest, a crane's head enised ar. 

beaked gu. piciced through with an arrow ppr. 
Cranston, [Scotland,] gu. three cranes ar. — 

Crest, a crane sleejiing with the head imdor his 

wing, lifting up one foot 

Criinsinn, [Mockrio, Scotland,] gu. three cranes 

ar. vvilhin a bordure invocked of the second. — 

■ — Crest, a crane's head erased jipr. 
Cranwkll, [CrauMoll, Lincolnshire,] gu. three 

cranes, close, ar, — Crest, a crane, close, ar. 
Cranwell, ar. on a chev. sa. betw. three cranes 
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close az. as many escallops or. — Crest, on a 
mount vert, a luire, conrant, ar. 

Cranwdl, [Kent and Huiitingdnnsliire,] pi'v sal- 
tier, or and gn. over all a saltier sa. cliarg;ed 
with a crescent nr. 

Crastein, ar. three Cornish chongius ppr. two 
and one, and as many ariOMs <ju. one and t\vo. 
— Crest, a Cornish chough close ppr. betw. a 
pair of wings expanded gu. 

Ckasv, ar. two bends gn. betw. nine escallops of 
the second. 

Crasy, or Crasey, or, two bends gu. betw. nine 
escallops of the second. 

Cratford, [Chelmarsh, Worcestershire,] ar. a 
unicorn, salient, gu.— Crest, a demi lion, ram- 
pant, guardant, erininois, dncally gorged az. 

Cratiiorne, [Crafhorne, Yorkshire,] ar. on a 
cross gu. five crosses patlec or. — Crest, on a 
mount vert, a bird sa. 

Cralhorne, [Salaby, Lincohisliire,] ar. on a saltier 
gu. five crosses (lory or.- — Crest, a bird standing- 
on a thoru-biish, all pjir. 

Cralhorne, [Yorkshire,] ar. on a bend engT. sa. a 
mullet of the first. 

CraucURE, or Cravicurk, az. a cross, ccuipcd 
and voided, or. 

Craufuro. See -with Crawford. 

Craven, [Comb-Abbey, Warwickshire,] ar. a 
fesse, bet^7. six cross crosslets fitchee gu. — 
Crest, 0)1 a cbapeaa gu. turned uj) crin. a 
griflin, passant, of the hist. 

Cnircii, or, five fieurs-de-!is, with crosses sa. a 
-chief wavy az.— Crest, on a square pedestal sa. 
a falcon az. with wings expanded, beaked and 
legged gu. 

Craven, [Spersliolt, Berkshire.] The same as 
Craven, of Comb-Abbey, with "due diilercnce. 

CrawcestIsR, quaiterly, or and gu. in the first 
quarter a martlet sa. 

Craw, [Scotland,] per chev. (another, embat- 
tled) vert and gu. three cro^\s ar. — Crest, a 
crow p])r. 

Craw. The same arms, within a bordurc, couii- 
ferchanged. 

Craw, per cliev. engr. vert and gu. three crovs 
ar. — Crest, a crow standing on a garb ppr. 

Crawe, az. on a chev. betw. ten cinquefoils, three 
nudlets gu.— Crest, a hav,k, Avith wings ex- 
panded ar. charged on the breast wtli a cinque- 
foil sa. 

Crawford, [Scotland,] gu. a fesse erm. — Crest, 

an ermine, statant, ppr. C Another, coucluuit, ppr.) 

Crawford, [Northumberland,] or, on a chev. a erf, 

three birds' heads, erased, (U". 
Crawford, [of the Kerse, Scotland,] ar. a stag's 
head, erased, gu. 



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Crawford, [Comlarg, Scotland,] ar. a stag's head, 
erased, sa. attired or, distilling drops of blood. 
— Crest, a dexter hand issuing out of a cloud, 
grasping a stag by the horns and bearing him to 
the ground, all ppr. 

Crairforde, ar. a chief, dancettee, az. 

CraiLifwrd, [Kilbirny, Scotland,] gu. a fi^sse erm. 

Crawfurd, [Scotland,] ar. two spears in saltier 
betw. four spots of erm. 

Crairfurd, [Scotland,] gu. a fesse erm. surmount- 
ed of two spears ui saltier ar. 

Crawfurd, [Hainiug, Scotland,] gu. a fesse erm. 
betw. tv,o stars in chief, and a hart's head couped 
in base or. 

Crawfurd, gu. a fesse erm. betw. two mullets in 
chief, ar. and a buck's head cabossed in base, 
or, attired sa. — Crest, a hart's head couped ]ipr. 

Crawfurd, [Lochnoiis, Scotland,] gu. a fesse erm. 
in chief two stars or. 

Craiifurd, [Easter-Seatoun, Scotland,] gu. a fesse, 
wavy, erm. betw. three mullets ar. pierced az. 
— Crest, an increscent chequy ar. and az. 

Crairfurd, [Cart.sburne, Scotland,] gri. a fesse 
erm. betw. three mullets in chief, ar. and in 
base two swords in saltier ppr. hiked and po- 
melled or, all within a boi-dure, wavy, of the 
third. — Crest, a sword, erect, supporting on the 
point a pair of balances, all ppr. 

Crawfurd, [Cloverhill, Scotland,] gu. a fesse erai. 
betw. three birds ar. — Crest, a garb ppr. 

Crawfurd, [Crawfurdsland,] gu. a fesse erm. — 
Crest, a marble pillar, supporting a man's heart 
ppr. 

Craufurd, [Anchnames, Scotland,] quarterly, first 
and fourth, ar. a stag's head erased gu. (for 
CV«;.;/''(!;y? of the Kerse;) second and third, gu. 
a fesse erm. over all two tilting spears in saltier 
ar. all within a bordure quarterly, counterchnn- 
ged gu. and ar. — Crest, a stag's head, erased, 
gu. betw. the attires a cross crosslet fitchee oX 
the first. \_Cer lifted at the Lion Of ice, 10th 
Mai/, 1779, to Patrick George Craufurd, IL^q.] 

Crawley, [Bedfordshire and Essex,] ar. on a 
fesse gu. betw. three cranes az. as many cross 
crosslets of the field. 

Crawley, [Luton, Bedfordsliire,] or, on a fesse 
gu. betw. three storks ))pr. as maiiy cross cross- 
lets of the field. — Crest, a crane ppr. holding in 
one talon a fieur-de-lis or. 

Crawley, [London,] sa. a lion, passant, guardant, 

betw. three mullets ar. 
Crawley, [Dorsetshire,] ar. a chev. gu. betw. three 

jjcars az. — Crest, a lion's head erased 

semec dc hurls, gorged -w itii a ducal coronet gu. 
Crawley, vert, on a chev. or, a star of eight points, 
betw. two roses gu. 



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Crawlci/, [Middlesex.] See CroWLKY. 

CRA^v^!0^u, [Auldbav, Scotland,] az. a Ijriul, 
be(\v. two pelicaus in their nests, feeding- their 
young- ar. 

Crmrmond, az. on a bend or, three pelicans Mdn- 
ing themselves jjpr. 

Cray, [Kent,] gu. a cro.ss engi". or, over all, a 
bend az. 

Ciay, ar. on a bend, betw. two cross crosslets, 
fitchee, gu. an escallop of the field. 

Cray, or Creijke, [ilartpn, Yoricshire,] per fesse, 
ar. and sa. a pale countercliangcd and three 
birds of the laht. — Crest, on a garb, lying- fesse- 
ways or, an eagle, ^ith m ings endorsed ar. 

Craj/e, [Wickford, Isle of lily,] ar. tlu-ee grey- 
hou)ids, courant, in bend, cottised sa. betw. 
three eagles, displaved, of the last. — Crest, out 
of a ducal coronet or, a grifdn's head ar. collared 
of the first. 

Cravcroft, [Lincoln.-hin-,] per bend, vert and 
gu. on a liend draiceKee or, thico ravens 
ppr. 

Craycroft, [Lincolnshire,] jier bend gu. and vert, 
on a bend dancettee aj-. three midlets sa. 

Craycroft, [Lincolnshire and Cambridgpshire,] 
vert, on a bend dancettee ar. three mullets sa. 
— Crest, a stork ppr. supporting with his dexter 
foot a battle-axe, staff or, headed ar. 

Cracroft, gu. on a bend indented ar. three mart- 
lets sa. — Crest, a stork ])pr. supporting a battle- 
axe of the last. 

Cravford, [Canterbury, Kent,] or, on a chev. 
vert, three birds' heads erased ar. 

Crayke, or Creyke, [Yorkshire,] per fesse, ar. 
and sa. a pale counterchaiiged, and tla-ee birds 
of the last. — Crest, on a gai-b lying fesseways 
or, an eagle, witli wings endorsed ar. 

Creagii, [Newcastle-upon-Tyne,] ar. a chev. gu. 
betw. three laurel branches vert, ou a chief az. 
three bezants. — Crest, a liorse's iiead couped 
ar. betw. two laurel branches ppr. [Granted, 
March Sd, 1684-5.] 

Crecy, gu. a niaunch and hand ar. 

Crecy, barry of six, gu. and or, on a chief of the 
first, three jndlets betw. two base esquiro of the 
second, an inescocheon ar. 

Crecy, ar. a lion, rampant, tail forked sa. 

Crecy, gu. a cross, enrr. or. 

C.RiiOY, az. six niascles ar. 

Credy, [Devon,] az. six mascles disjoined, ar. a 
label of three points of the last. 

Creed, crm. on a chev. engr. sa. three leo])ards' 
heads or. [Assirjned hi/ Patent to the Rev. 
Dr. Wi/iiam Creed, Dblnlty Professor of 
O.yford, Canon of Christ- Church, Archdeacon 
of Wilts, Canon-Jiesident of the Cathedral 



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Church of Saruni. for his sinyular piety and 
learning, the -ilk June, 1GG5.] 

Creed, ar. on a clicv. sa. cottised gu. betw. three 
estoiles of the hist, as many leopards' heads or. 
• — C'rest, a denii wolf, reguardant, erminois, 
holding- in his dexter paw an estoile gu. 

Creed, ])er ]!ale, sa. and gii. on a chev. engT. 
erniinois and erm. three leopards' faces of the 
second. — -Crest, on an oak branch ^ert, a do\e 
ar. with a sprig in his beak ppr. charged on the 
breast with a cross ])attec gu. 

Creed, ernt. on a chev betw. three estoiles 

as many leopard.s' faces — Crest, 

a dove, ■^^ ith an olive branch ])pr. 

Creeton, ar. a lion, rampant, vert.— Crest, a 
dragon, passant, vomiting fire, all ppr. 

CRErin"T, sa. on a fesse dancettee ar. three mul- 
lets of the field. 

Crffiet, sa. a fesse dancettee, betw. three mul- 
lets ar. 

CreftoN, gu. a saltier engr. ar. 

Creigh, [Scotland,] or, two bais sa. betw. six 
martlets az. two, two, and two. 

Creke, sa. a maunch ar. the hand ])pr. holding a 
ileur-de-lis or. 

Creke, [Cartling, Camljridgeshire,] gu. a maunch, 
within an orle of fieurs-de-lis or. — Crest, in a 
crescent ar. a bmidle of five arrows or, headed 
and barbed ar. tied with a ribbon gu. 

CreyJee, or Cray, [INiarton, Y'orksliire,] per fesse, 
av. and sa. a pale counterchaaged and three 
birds of the last. — Crest, on a garb l\-ing fessc- 
ways or, an eagle, Viith wings endorsed ar. 

Crekei,layd, or Creykland, ar. a fesse, 
betw. three horses' heads couped sa. bridled or. 

Creketot, or Creketost, fusily, or and 

Crekincham, barry of six, ar. and gu. in chief 
three torteauxes, over all, a bendiet of the first. 

Creliiiyliam, ar. two bars gu. in chief three tor- 
teauxes, over all a baton sa. 

Crekinyham, ar. two bars gu. betw. three tor- 
teauxes, a bordure sa. 

Crekixg-1-on, erm. (another, ar.) on a bend gu. 
three cinc|uefoils or. 

CRi;K'roi'T, lozengy, or and sa. 

Crektofl, or Criketot, [Sufi'ulk,] az. on a cross ar. 
five escallops gu. 

Creketost, or Crook ETOST, az. ou a cross 
or, five escallops gu. 

Cremer, or Cre.mor, [London and Norfolk,] 
ar. three wolves' heads erased sa. on a chief gu. 
three cinquefoils pierced or. — Crest, a ram's 
liead erased, palv of six, ar. and gu. attired of 
the first. 

Cremer, vert, three eagles, displayed, ar, ' " ' 

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Cremkord, or CuAAiFORii, ar. (anollirr, oi) 

two lions, passant, in ]3alc sa. crowned or. 
Crenkcouk, Crt-Xker, or Crenecouut, ar. 

a cross, voided jju. 
Crenccoure, [France,] or, a cross, voided gii. 
Creneker, [ICeiil,] go. a cioss or. 
Crexeeey, ar. on a bend .sa. three eagles, dis- 
played, -with two necks or. 
Crenwav, gn. a fesse or, on a chief of the 

second, three martlets vert. 
Cremvay. The same, within a Lord are, gc>]«)na- 

ted, ar. and az. 
Creon, or Creun, az. a cross, and label or. 
Crepies, or Crepues, [France,] per jtale, ar. 

and gn. three bars coimterchangcd. 
Creping, [Lincolnshire,] gu. a lion^ rampant, ar. 

within an orle of billets or. 
Crcping, gu. giittee d'or, a lion, rampant, ar. 
Crepincj, [Leicestershire,] gu. billetlee or, a lion, 

rampant, ar. 
Crepiiiff, gu. billettee, a lion, rampant, or. 
Creppigs, [Oxfordshire,] chequy, or and az. a 

crescent gu. 
Cresakre, or Cresacre, [Yorkshire,] or, three 

lious, rampant, purp. 
Cresacre, or, three lious, rampant, gu. 
Creseyt, sa. a fesse, dancettee, betw. three 

martlets ar. 
Crescyl, sa. on a fesse daucetlec ar. three martlef.s 

gu. Sec Cresset. 
Ckespigxy, quarterly; first and fourth, ar. a 

lieu, salient, in base a millrind sa. ; second and 

third, az. three bars ar. — Crest, on a chnpeau 

gu. turned up erm. a gaimtlct ppr. holding a 

cutlass ar. hilt ami jiomel or. 
Crcspine, gu. ten lozenges ar, four, three, two, 

and one. 
Cresse, or Cre.ssy, [Ouldcotts, Nottingham- 
shire,] ar. on a bend cotiiscd sa. three crescents 

of the field. 
Cresse, gu. a chev. com;)ony ar. and or, betw. 

.seven cross crosstets of the second. 
Cressy, ar. a lion, rampant, double queued sa. in 

the dexter canton a cinqucfoil gu. 
Cressy, [Essex,] or, a lion, rampant sa. tail 

forked. (Ano/Iier, adds a label gu.) 
Crcssi/, [Cressv-]-Ial!, Liucolnshire,] ar. a lion, 

ranipiuit, sa. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, 

a demi eagle, displayed, ppr. 
Cressy, or Cnswic/r, [IJirken, Yorkshire,] ar. a 

lion, ram])anl, sa. tail forked. 
Cresset/, [Ouldcotts, Nottinghamshire.] The same 

arms. 
Cressey, [West-]tavendelt, Ijincohishire.] The 

same arms, with dne diflerencc. 
Cressey, [Scav. bey, Lincolnshire.] The same arms. 



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Crexsey, [Kirby-npon-13ane, Lincolnshire.] The 
same an;is, with a mullet or, upon a cinquefojl 
gu. for dillerence. 

Cressey, or Cressie, [Temp. Hen. IT.] ar. a lion, 
rampant, double queued sa. armed and langued 
gu. 

Cressen, or Cresson, paly of s:x, ar. and sa. 
a chev. gu. 

Cresseniseyn, or Cressenber, [Tournay,] 
or, semee de trefoils gu. a label of five points, 
gobonatcd ar. and az. 

Cressi^xor, Cresxor, or Cresnaee, [j\Ior- 
ley, Norfolk, and of Suflolk,] ar. on a bend 
engr. sa. three cross crosslets, fitchee, or. 
(Am)ther, ar.) 

Cresset, ar. a lion, passant, in bend sa. de- 
pressed by a bend gu. 

A'o(c.— Only jiart of tfif lion appears above the bond. 

Cresset, [Essex,] ar. a bend gu, in chief a demi 
lion sa. 

Cresscf., [Upton-Cresset, Shropshire,] az. a cross 
engr. V.ithiu a bordure engr. or.— Crest, a demi 
lion, rampant, griardaut, nr. ducally crowned or, 
liolding a beacon ar. fire pjjr. 

Ckessi^om, [France,] az. three suns ppr. two 
and one. 

CiiESTOX, [Norfolk,] gu. a saltier engr. ar. 
(Aiwtlter, a crescent in chief.) 

Creston, az. three mullets or, two and one. 

Cresty, ar. a chev. sa. betw. three lozenges gu. 

Creswell, [Purston, Northamptonshire,] az. 
three plates, each charged with a squirrel gu, 
cracking a nut or. — Crest, on a >^Teath, a branch 
of a tree ban\'ays verr, thereon a squirrel gu. 
cracking a nut or, betw. two tv.igs of hazle vert, 
fructed of the third. (Another crest, a Sara- 
cen's head ppr.) 

Creswell, m: on a bend sa. three rams' heads 
cabossed of the field. 

Creswell, ar. on a bend sa. tliree ram.s' heads 
caijossed or. 

Creswell, [Creswell, Yorkshire,] gu. three plates, 
on each a squirrel of the field. 

Creswell, [Hants, Temp. Edward I.] ar. three 
bars gemelles sa. 

Cresswell, quarterly; first and fourth, gu. a goat 
passant ar. attired or, betv\\ three saltiers of the 
last (for Baker J; second and third, erm. three 
torteauxes, each charged with a squirrel sejant 
ar. (for Cresswell.) — Crests, first, a goat's head 
erased ar. attired or; second, on a mount vert, 
a turteaux, charged with a squinel sejant ar. 
[Jjonie liy Baker Cresswell, of London, Esq. 
1819.] 

Cre,sv\"1CK, or, a lion, rampant, giiardant, gu. 
— Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, an ann em- 



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bowed ill armour, holding in (lie hand a daa^g'er 

Cie.'iwick, CrhiL-ick, or Cressi/, [Borkin, York- 
i;liire,] ar. a lioii, rampant, sa. tail forked. 

Crkting, [Kent,] ar. a chev. betw. three mullets 
of six points, pierced gu. 

Crelinr/, [Suffolk,] ar. a chev. cngr. sa. betw. 
tjjree ogresses. 

Cretinrj, [22d Edward 1.] ar. a cliev. betw. three 
mullets gu. pierced of tlie field. 

Crclhir/e, [Suflblk,] ar. a chev. betw. three mul- 
lets gu. 

Cretownr, ar. a lion, rampant, sa. over all, a 
fesse battelly az. within a bordure engr. gu. 
(Anollier, the fesse raguly.) 

Crevecure, or Crevequer, [Temp. lien. I.] 
or, a cross, voided, gu. 

CuEVlT, sa. a cross, dancettee, betw. three m.art- 
lets ar. 

CrI'.w, [Nantwich, Pulcroft, Holt, and Aston, 
Cheshire,] az. alioa, rampant, ar.- — Crest, out 
of a ducal coronet or, a lion's garab, erect, ar. 

Crewe, az. a lion, rampant, ar. charged on the 
shoulder with a mullet, pierced sa. 

Crewe, [Loudon,] az. a lion, rampant, ar. 

Crewker, ar. a fesse, betw. six mullets sa. 

Cremlcer, ar. a fesse, betw. six mullets sa. within 
a bordure of the second. 

Crewker, [Kent,] gu. a cross or. 

Crewker, ar. on a bend gu. three leopards' faces or. 

CretN'S, [Fotheringham, Northamptoiishire, and 
of Cruse-6] orchard, Devonshire,] az. a bend, 
jier bend dancettee, gu. and ar. betw. six escal- 
lops or. — Crest, a stork ppr. holding his foot on 
a stone. 

Creivse, [Devonshire,] az. a bend, per bend, dan- 
cettee, gu. and ar. betw. two escocheous or. 

Crevjse, az. a bend, cottised betw. four birds, 
volant, ar. 

Crewes, [Devon,] or, a chev. betw. three mullets 
gu. 

Crev, erm. a cross gu. fretty of the first. 

Crei/, gu. a cross engr. or. 

Crei/, [Kent,] gu. a cross engi-. or, a bendlet az