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PREFACE TO THE PRESENT EDITION 




AIRBAIRN'S BOOK OF CRESTS" was first published .., 
1859, and since that date had passed through some number 
of Editions prior to the year 1892, when the work was very 
thoroughly overhauled and revised under our direction. 

The book had long ago established itself as a recognised 
work of reference, and as an indispensable adjunct to every 
library ; and being suitable to the needs and purposes of jewellers and engravers, 
it had also from its first publication been adopted and accepted as the standard 
work of reference for business and trade purposes. By far the larger proportion 
of armorial orders placed in the hands of tradesmen for execution are carried 
out with the assistance of " Fairbairn." 

The ever-increasing number of new families and new grants of arms, and 
the constant immigration of families of foreign origin using crests hitherto found 
in no English book of reference, c.-eate from time to time the necessity of 
extensive additions to the eatries which the text contains. The large edition 
which we published in 1892 having been entirely exhausted, we availed ourselves 
of the opportunity afforded by the necessity of reprinting the volumf: us again submit 
the work to such revision as was required to bring it up to the present date. 

This, we believe, will enable the book to maintain fully its old position 
and reputation as the only authoritative and the most complete collection of 
Crests and Mottoes in use in this country, a position in which it has hitherto 
had no rival. The question of the right of any particular person to the crest 
to which a claim is made depends upon proof of descent from the original 
grantee. Such proof often amounts to a highly controversial discussion, and 
it has seemed to us that we were not called upon for the purposes of the present 
work to adopt any such standard ; rather otherwise, because the omission of 
a crest in consequence of a lack of proof of pedigree would create a hindrance 
to the use of the book by those handicraftsmen who need to refer to its pages. 



PREFACE TO THE PRESENT EDITION 



We therefore can give no guarantee of the official accuracy on the point of 
rightful inheritance. The existence of the original corpus of the book, which, 
when compiled, was never based upon the requirement of an official imprimatur 
for each crest, precludes therein any adoption of the official standard. 

The additions to the text in the present edition have been considerable, but 
the overwhelming bulk of these additions has been obtained from sources 
not in themselves official, certainly, but purporting to be based upon information 
having a more or less official character. Such being the case, we can unhesitatingly 
assert that in the present edition the proportion of officially authorized crests is 
infinitely higher than in any previous edition of the work, not even excepting 
the edition of 1892. As to the remainder, the position is now as it was then; 
we have no exact knowledge, and the crests may or may not be authoritative. 

THE PUBLISHERS. 



EXTRACT FROM THE EDITOR'S PREFACE TO THE REVISED 
EDITION OF 1892. 




HE origin of Heraldry has puzzled wiser and abler heads than mine ; indeed, it 
would be folly to attempt, in the Preface to a Work of this character, to 
discuss the matter at all ; but the whole subject may be said to resolve itself 
into the query, " Where does mere ornamentation end, and where does 
Heraldry ' aswe know it' begin ?" The generally received opinion seems to 
be that the Crusades were coeval with, if, indeed, they were not the cause of, 
the birth of Heraldry, its laws, and its emblems. 

Undoubtedly Arms — i.e., the charges and field depicted upon the escutcheon — were of prior 
origin to crests. Consequently there are many Coats-of-Arms to which no Crest has ever been 
assigned, and which have no such ornament attached or belonging to them, but I have only 
come across one solitary Crest which possessed a legitimate existence without a corresponding 
and complementary Coat-of-Arms pertaining to it. This one (borne by a family of Duckworth) 
arose through a peculiar combination of circumstances, and has been rectified nearly a century. 
The Crest is that part of the complete achievement which is placed upon and surmounts the 
coronet, wreath, or chapeau, which in its turn is above the mantling or lambrequin which it is 
supposed to attach to the helmet. Anciently, whilst the coronets and chapeaux were reserved 
for the rank to which they appertaina.d, none below the rank of the knightly families were 
permitted to place their Crest upon a wreath. But both these laws- and mare, is *hc p'ity — 
have long been relegated to*-oblivion ; and at the present day, unless the Crest be speciall}' 
blazoned, as upon a chapeau, or issuing from a coronet (as to the different forms of which refer 
to the Glossary), both of which are required to be mentioned in its Blazon, it must always be 
placed upon a wreath or torse. This is supposed to be a skein of coloured silk and a gold or 
silver cord twisted together, and at the present day is always of the principal — i.e., the first- 
mentioned in the Blazon— colour and metal of the Arms, of which six alternate "twists" must 
be visible, the metal occurring first at the dexter end (see Plate i, No. 2). When a " fur " 
occurs upon the Arms instead of either metal or colour, the ground tincture of the fur should 
be taken. 

In the next place, I wish to explain the laws governing the usage and adoption of Crests. It 
is not, as I have often been solemnly assured, " simply a matter of choice " and personal fad or 
fancy upon the part of the bearer, and the sooner it is fully understood the better it will be 



PREFACE 



that His Majesty's College of Arms in Queen Victoria Street, London ; Lyon Office, in the 
New General Register House in Edinburgh ; and Ulster's Office, in the Record Tower of 
Dublin Castle, are absolutely the only legitimate or authoritative Offices of Arms within His 
Majesty's Dominions. So recently as 1804 the Law Offices of the Crown reported to H.M. 
King George HI. that "the Heralds have the original cognizance of Pedigrees and Coat-Armour." 
Who, then, has the right to display Armorial Bearings ? That it is a matter of the Law of the 
Land, in addition to conformity to Heraldic regulations, may not be generally known, but in 
the Warrants directing the Visitations of the various counties and districts during the si.xteenth 
and seventeenth centuries, to be made in obedience to the Royal Commissions, the right is 
clearly laid down, and at the present day exists under as well defined limits as those which 
govern and regulate the Peerage. In England — for in the three countries the laws are not the 
same — direct legitimate male descent is required to be proved from some person to whom 
Armorial Bearings were recorded and allowed at the Visitations, or to whom Arms have since 
been granted or exemplified, and, failing such descent, it is necessary to petition for the favour 
of the Earl Marshal's Warrant to the Kings of Arms that a Patent of Armorial Bearings shall 
be issued to you, if it be so desired. In Ireland, the same qualifications are necessary to inherit 
Armorial Bearings ; but in addition, and in Ireland only, it is within the power and authority 
of Ulster King of Arms, in cases where a Coat-of-Arms has been borne continuously by a 
family for four or more generations, but without lawful authority, according to his discretion, 
to confirm those Arms and their usage within specified limitations, with the addition of some 
mark which shall be readily recognisable as a sign of confirmation. In Scotland, the right to 
bear the Arms or Crest of a family is absolutely confined to the heir male only. All younger 
sons are required to matriculate their Arms and Crests in Lyon Court, when some mark of 
cadency is added, and their younger sons again in their turn must do likewise, and have a 
further and additional sign of cadency added to the Bearings. Though not a regulation, it 
appears to have been a very frequent practice upon each occasion of such matriculation to 
entirely alter the Crest, which accounts for the very large number of utterly different Crests in 
existence for the same famJUy amongst the Scottish Ordinaries of Arms. 

Tii .;'^,'=; "'^•-'■uch thing as the " prescriptive right to Arms," as to which some people talk 
glibly. Others of their persuasion have other little plausibilities, equally corrupt, which they 
bring into prominence. And it is a fairly safe plan to pursue to reject as bogus all Arms and 
Crests which boast no other origin than the heraldic stationer who, for a trifling fee, professes, 
on receipt of " name and county," to find armorial bearings for any applicant. 

Mottoes in England and Ireland are not necessarily hereditary, and unless attached to, or in 
any way forming a part of, the Arms or Crest, may be altered, assumed, or discarded at the will 
of the bearer, and borne in any position in relation to his Arms or Crest that he may fancy ; 
but in Scotland the Motto forms a part of the grant, and is unchangeable, and is also usually 
required to be borne upon an escroll above the Crest. A practice has lately very extensively 
arisen of using with a single surname two or more Crests. With a very few exceptions, it is 
only allowable so to do in cases where one of these be of honourable augmentation, or where 
one or both be governed by some special grant ; and in cases where, by the assumption of one 



or more additional surnames, or by a change of surname, such additional Crests — usually one 
for each surname — have been exemplified in accordance with the terms of the Royal License. 

No Lady whatsoever is allowed by the Laws of Heraldry to in any way bear or use, in her 
own right, either Crest or Motto ; and Arms only in a special and distinctive manner. 

The collection of Mottoes, with their Translations, which must of necessity form one of the 
features of the Book, it has been thought well to submit to the revision of the Rev. James 
Wood (Editor of " Nuttall's Dictionary," New Edition), though, in justice to the erudition of 
this gentleman and his scholarly attainments, it should be known that I have throughout 
insisted upon the various Mottoes being spelt in the manner and retained in the actual form in 
which I have understood them to be used, even at the expense of accurate and scholastic 
spelling. Our ancestors had their own ideas — frequently peculiar — as to the method of spelling, 
and he would need be a Vandal who would cause unnecessary alterations in their quaint 
conceptions. And in addition, in some half-dozen cases, in order to preserve some pun — no 
doubt atrocious — I have asked for some translation to be allowed to stand which has not 
always been as literal a rendering as was possible of the foreign tongue, for we of the ancient 
and honourable Science and Brotherhood of Armory dearly love a pun. The Key to the Plates 
has been done in the offices of my Publishers, and in many other matters connected with the 
revision and publication of this Edition of ' Fairbairn ' I have ex perienced much kindness 
consideration, and assistance at their hands. 

The whole of the Illustrations of the last Edition have been carefully examined. Some have 
been altered and some rejected, and over One Thousand New Crests have been added to those 
previously appearing. It has been one great anxiety that the Illustrations, however slightly 
they might differ, should not be quoted as correct unless they actually were so, and this will 
account for the large proportion of the references being mentioned as only for purposes of 
comparison. The Book was (jriginally Compiled and Engraved in Scotland, by a Scotsman, 
and it is a well-known fact that both Scotch blazonry and emblazonment are far freer and 
" looser" than when controlled by the "garrulous minuteness " of the English school of Arms. 
This matter has been ably argued out (but, methinks, to a wrong conclusion), and explained in 
the latest book upon the subject which has left the press (Woodward & Burnett's " Treatise of 
Heraldry "). One sentence will explain my views. When a Blazon can be otherwise correctly 
depicted in two or more separate ways (and here I am not referring to mediaeval or antique 
styles of draughtmanship), and further, when one of those ways only is painted upon the Grant 
or Exemplification, why should it be open to discussion as to the possible accuracy of any other 
form ? If one form be rigi^t. why is not any other shape or position wrong ? 

For example, the term wliich, more than any other, has given me trouble on this score is 
one applied to birds — to wit, " rising." My own idea is that this should be as upon Plate 88, 
No. 2. Plate 77, No. 5, is the other extreme, and is an accepted interpretation of the term in 
Scotland ; but I have seen in the Offices and College of Arms authoritative paintings of every 
other possible position of the wings, short of their being " close," occurring in Coats-of-Arms 
or Crests, and blazoned simply as " rising." A little uniformity upon this and other points in 
the Heraldry of the Three Kingdoms might be desirable. 



" Fairbairn's Book of Crests," first published in the year 1859, was originally compiled 
by a certain -James Fairbairn, and was revised by Lawrence Butters, Seal Engraver in 
Ordinary to Her Majesty for Scotland. Its sale hitherto has been chiefly amongst Jewellers 
and Seal Engravers. Perhaps this accounts for the lamentable fact that many Crests have 
crept within its pages which can but be described as bogus. To have deliberately and in cold 
blood verified the thirty or forty thousand Crests which the Book in its previous Editions 
made mention of would have been a work of so many years' duration, and of so vast an 
expense, that it could by no possibility have ever repaid such expenditure. I have not 
attempted to do this, and consequently I do not pretend that this Edition is absolutely 
" sans peur et sans reproche," but I have detected and discarded a vast quantity that were 
without authority, as a moment's comparison between the two Editions will readily show. 

London, is/ October, 1892. 



CONTENTS OF VOL. I, 



PART I.— INDEX OF SURNAMES. 

PART II —(I.) MOTTOES. 

(2.) KEY TO PLATES, 

(3.) DICTIONARY OF TERMS. 



PART I. 

INDEX OF SURNAMES. 



ABBREVIATIONS, 



ir?- ------ argent 

az. - - - - - - azure 

erm. --.-.- ermine 

gii. ------ gules 

ffr. -----. proper 

furf. ..-.-- purpure 

sa. - - - - - - sable 

Definitions of Heraldic terms will be found in the 
Dictionary of Terms. 



ALPHABETICAL INDEX OF THE CRESTS 



FAMILIES OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IREIASD AND THE COLONIES 



Note. — The reference numbers mean, as in Aaron, plate 222, crest 3. As some assistance to engravers, and rather than leave 
a larger proportion than was otherwise inevitable of the crests without any reference to an illustration, the term c/. (compare) 
has been used, and means that the reference is given only for comparative purposes, the plate not corresponding precisely with 
the blazon ; this term, however, being only used where the difference is but slight. It will be noticed that in the illustrations 
of many of the new crests the colour-lines appear in the form in which they are usually used in heraldic engraving, in order 
to render such illustrations perfectly correct renderings of particular crests. In cases where the same engraving would be correct 
if of another colour, it has been thought better to use the term " compare " (c/.) to prevent such illustrations being considered 
absolutely accurate. 



AAR 



ABE 



Aaron, Aarons, and Aaroons, a lady's 
arm from the elbow in pale ppr. 222. 3 

Abadain or Abaudain, a savage wxeathed 
about the head and loins with laurel 
leaves, and holding over the shoulder 
a club, all ppr. 186. i 

Abadam, a de.xter hand holding a broken 
spear, all ppr. 214. 10 

Abadam of Jliddleton Hall, Carmarthen, 
out of a ducal coronet or, a demi-lion 
gardant gu. Anpire. — Indulge not. 

cf. 10. S 

Abarle, a flute in pale ppr. 168. 3 

Abarough or Abarow, Somers., a ferret 
arg., collared or, lined az. 134. 9 

Abarrow, Hants, a demi-female habited, 
holding in her hands a quiver of arrows, 
all ppr. 

Abaudain, see Abadain. 

Abbat, a unicorn's head ppr. 49. 7 

Abbefoid, Leics., on a chapeau ppr., a 
water-bouget sa. 168. 2 

Abberbury, a hawk, wings expanded and 
inverted, resting its dexter claw on a 
mount ppr. 87. 9 

Abberbury, a camel's head sa. 132. 7 

Abbetot, Warw., a dexter hand hold- 
ing a cutlass in pale ppr., hilted or. 

213. 8 

Abbett, a unicorn's head ppr., collared 
az. cf. 49. 7 

Abbey of London, an eagle's head erased 
ppr. 83. 2 

Abbey, same crest. Spei mea ccdo. 

Abbey, a leopard rampant ppr. cj. 26. 2 

Abbey, Henry, Esquire, J.P., of Fairlee, 
Brighton, an eagle displayed arg., be- 
tween two cross crosslets or, each wing 
charged with a cross crosslet gu. 

Abbis, Abbiss, Abis, or Abys, Norf., a spur 

az., leather sa., the buckle of the first. 

178. 8 

Abborne, a dexter arm vested az., cuffed 
or, holding in the hand ppr. a baton 
in bend sinister gu., tipped with gold. 



Abbot, Henry Napier, M.A., solicitor, 
5, Downside Road, Clifton, Bristol, 
a demi-unicoru erm., armed and 
nianed arg., gorged with a collar az., 
: studded or. Perse oerando. 292. 4 

I Abbot (Rt. Hon. Reginald Charles Ed- 
ward), Baron Colchester, of Colches- 
ter, Essex, out of a ducal coronet or, 
a unicorn's head erm., armed, maned 
and tufted of the first, between six 
ostrich-feathers arg., quiUed also or. 
Deo patrice amicus. — Perseverando. 

Abbot, out of a ducal coronet a unicorn's 
head or, between two ostrich-feathers 
arg. 48. 14 

Abbot of Lincoln, a unicorn's head erased 
arg., attired and crined or, charged 
with a bar gemel sa. 

Abbot, a demi-unicorn erm., armed and 
maned arg., collared az., studded or. 
48. 10 

Abbot or Abbott, a hand holding a dagger, 
point downwards, dropping blood. 

213.6 

Abbot, a fox passant ppr., charged on 
the shoulder with a ^\'ater-bouget arg. 
Lahore. cj. 32. i 

Abbot, a snail ppr. 141. 8 

Abbot, a cubit arm erect, vested and 
cu£fed erm., holding in the hand a 
crescent arg. cj. 206. 8 

Abbot of Castleacre, Norf., a griffin sejant 
or. 62. 10 

Abbot, a griffin sejant az., bezantee. 

cj. 62. 10 

Abbot, Devonsh., a griffin sejant az., platee, 
winged and beakeil or. cj. 62. 10 

Abbott, see Tenterden, Baron. 

Abbott, John, Esquire, of Braemar House, 
Lancaster Gate, Paddington, London, 
W., in front of two crosiers saltire- 
wise sa., a unicorn's head erased or. 
Lahore. 

Abbott, John Theodore, surgeon, 5, 
Church Road, Tunbridge WeUs, out 



of a ducal coronet a unicorn's head or, 

between two ostrich-feathers arg. 

Deo patrie amicis. 
Abbs, Durh., the sun in splendour. Noli 

irritare leonem. 162. 2 

Abbs, out of a ducal coronet or, an 

eagle's head with wings displayed arg., 

collared of the first. In te Domine 

speravi. 
Abby, a cross crosslet az. 165. 2 

Abcot or Abcott, a rose per pale or and 

az., barbed counterchanged. cj. 149. i 



Abday, an eagle 
Abden, a swai 



head erased ppr. 83. 2 
s head ppr., between 



Abdey, an eagle's head erased ppr., 
beaked or. S^. 2 

Abdy and Abdey, Essex, an eagle's head 
erased ppr. 83. 2 

Abdy of Stapleford-Abbot, Essex, same 
crest. 

Abdy, Sir WiUiam Neville, Bart., of 
Albyns, near Romford, Essex, an eagle's 
head erased ppr., beaked or. Tenax et 
jidelis. 83. 2 

Abech, out of a mural coronet, an arm 
from the elbow vested az., cuffed or, 
holding a muUet gu. cj. 206. 1 2 

Abeck or Habeck, out of a mural coronet 
a cubit arm, vested az., cuffed arg., 
holding in the hand a mullet gu. 

cj. 206. 1 2 

a'Beckett, see Beckett. 

A Beckett, the late Hon. William Arthur 
Callander, J.R, of Wilton, Jliddle 
Brighton, Melbourne, Victoria, Aus- 
tralia, a fleur-de-lis az. surmounted 
with a lion's head erased erm., the 
whole debruised by a bendlet sinister 
wavy or. Foys sapience et chevalerie. 
260. 14 

A'Beckett, William Gilbert, Esquire. 
M.A., LL.M., Cambs., Barrister-at-law 
of the Inner Temple, of Melbourne, 
same crest and motto. 



ABE 

A Beckett, Arthur Hayward, Esquire, 
of Ballintrae, Mornington, co. Victoria, 
same crest and motto. 

Abel and Abell, Essex and Kent, an arm 
in armour embowed ppr., holding a 
sword arg., hilted or, the arm entiled 
with a «Teath arg. and gu. 195. 3 

Abel, Essex, an arm in armour embowed, 
holding in the hand a couteau, all 
ppr. 

Abel, Bart., in front of a dexter arm 
embowed in armour, the hand grasping 
a thunderbolt, a torch fessewise fired, 
all ppr. Ohne Rast Zum Zid. 251. S 

Abeleyn, a peacock ppr. 103. 7 

Abelhall or Ablehall, a lion's head erased 
sa., between two wings or. 19. 7 

Abeline, Ablin or Ablyn, a sword in pale 
enfiled with a savage's head ppr. 

Abell, see Abel. i9t- 9 

Abell, Kent, a boar's head couped and 
erect sa., armed or, transpierced by an 
arrow in bend sinister, the shaft arg., 
the pheon az. 

Abelon or Abilon, a mitre ppr., labelled 
gu. c/. 180. 5 

Abelyn or Abelyne, on a globe ppr., an 
eagle, wings expanded and inverted 
gu. c/. 159. 7 

Abenhall or Ablehall, two branches of 
laurel issuing cheveron-ways vert. 

151. 15 

Abeny, a hand vested, holding a miE-rind 
ppr. 207. 4 

Aber, a demi-talbot rampant arg., 
ducally gorged gu. 55. 12 

Aberbury, Oxon., a hawk, wings ex- 
panded and inverted, resting the dexter 
claw on a mount ppr. 87. 9 

Aberbutbnet, a dove within an adder in 
orle ppr. Innocue ac yrovide. 

92. II 

Aberbutbnet of Fiddes, a peacock ppr.. 
Tarn interna, quam externa. 103. 7 

Aberbutbnet of Eindowrie, a peacock 
issuing. Interna pra:stant. 103. 10 

Aberbuthnot, Scotland, a peacock ppr. 

103. 7 

Aberbuthnot, Scotland, a peacock's head 
erased ppr., beaked or. Laus Deo. 

103. I 

Abercorn, Duke, Marquess, and Earl of, 
and Duke of Chatelherault (Hamilton), 
out of a ducal coronet or, an oak 
fructed and penetrated transversely in 
the main stem by a frame-saw ppr., 
the frame or, the blade inscribed with 
the word " Through." Sola nobilitas 
virttis. 143. 13 

Abercorne, Scotland, a boar's head couped 
ppr. 43. 1 

Abercorne, Scotland, two daggers in 
saltier ppr. 169. 8 

Abercrombie of that ilk, Scotland, on a 
mount an oak-tree fructed, all ppr. 
Tace. 143- "14 

Abercrombie, a cross Calvary gu. In 
cruce salus. 166. i 

Abercrombie of Fetternier, a cross cross- 
let fitched gu. In crnce salis. 166. 2 

Abercrombie of Tullibody, a bee volant 
ppr. Vive ut vivas. 137. 2 

Abercromby, a bee volant ppr. V'ive et 
vivas. 137. 2 

Abercromby, Baron, of Aboukir, Fern 

Tower, Crieff, Perthsh., Abercromby, i 

a bee volant jipr. Vive nt vivas. j 

137- 2 I 



Abercromby, Alexander, Esquire (M.D., 
F.R.C.S. Edinburgh), residing at Cape 
Town, Cape Colony, a bee volant 



70.4 

Abercromby, Sir George William, Bart., 
of Birkenbog, a falcou rising ppr., 
belled or. Mercy is my desire.— Petit 
alta, and Vive nt vivas. 88. 2 

Abercromby, a cross Calvary gu. In 
cruce salus. 166. i 

Abercromby, Banff, on a mount an oak- 
tree acorned, all ppr. Tace. 143. 14 

Aberdare Baron (Bruce), a cubit arm 
in armour in bend, grasping in the 
gauntlet a sceptre ppr. Fuimus. — 
Ofner na o/ne angau. 

Aberdeen, Earl of (now Gordon only), two 
arms holding a bow and arrow straight 
upwards in a shooting posture and 
at full draught, all ppr. Fortuna 
sequatur. 

Aberdeen, Earl of (formerly Hamilton- 
Gordon), of Haddon House, Aberdeen : 
(i) Two arms from the shoulder naked 
holding a bow ppr., to let an arrow 
fly {for Gordon). 202. 2. (2) Out of 
a ducal coronet or, an oak-tree fructed 
and penetrated transversely in the 
main stem by a frame-saw inscribed 
with the word " Through," all ppr., 
the tree charged with an escutcheon 
arg., thereon a heart gu. (for Hamilton). 
Fortuna sequalor. cf. 143. 13 

Aberdein, of Cairnbulg, Aberdeensh., 
Scotland, a dexter hand holding an 
annulet ppr. Intemerata fides. 216. i 

Aberdour, Lord, see Morton, Earl of. 

Aberdour, an anchor with cable, and a 
sword in saltirc, all ppr. Hinc spes 
cffulget. 169. 9 

Aberdwell or AbredrobeU, a greyhound 
arg., current towards a tree vert. 

58. II 

Abergavenny, Marquess of (Nevill), Nevill 
Bridge Castle, Tunbridge Wells, a 
bull arg., pied sa., armed or, charged 
on the neck with a rose, barbed and 
seeded ppr. cf. 45. 2. Another, out 
of a ducal coronet or, a bull's head sa. 
cf. 44. II. Ne vile velis. Badges : 
(i) A rose gu., seeded 01, barbed vert. 
(2) A portcullis or. 

Aberigh, on a mount a ferret ppr. 

134. 10 

Aberherdour, Aberkerdour, and Aberkir- 
dor, Scotland, a sword in pale ppr. 
Pro rege et patria. 170. 2 

Aberkirdor and Aberkirdour, Scotland, 
on the point of a sword in pale a gar- 
land, all ppr. Pro rege. 170. i 

Aberkirdor, Scotland, within the horns 
of a crescent arg., a buckle az. 163. 15 

Aberneathy, Scotland, a ship under sail 
ppr. Salus per Christum. 160. 13 

Aberneathy, a parrot holding in the 
dexter claw a pear. 101.13 

Abernethy of Rothma}', a parrot feeding 
on a bunch of cherries, all ppr. Salus 
per Christum. loi. 8 

Abernethy of Auchinloich, a parrot ppr. 
In Christo salus. loi. 4 

Abernethy, Scotland, a cross crosslet 
fitched gu. In Christo salus. 166. 2 

Abernethy of Corskie, in the sea a ship 
in distress. Salus per Christum. 

160.14 

Aberneths Scotland, a ship under sail 
ppr. Salus per Christum. i6o. 13 



ABS 

Abernethy, a three-masted ship 
storm. If; 

Aberton or Aburton, on a human 
gu., an eagle's claw erased ppr. 



113. 14 

j Abett, a unicorn's head gu., collared or. 
cf. 49- 7 
Abilem, a man's head in profile issumtr 
ppr. cf. 190. 14 

Abingdon, Earl of, and Baron Norreys, 
Wytham Abbey, Oxford (Bertie), a 
Saracen's head couped at the breast 
ppr., ducally crowned or, charged on 
the chest with a fret az. Virtus ariett 
fortior. 245. 5 

Abingdon of Dowdeswell, Glouc, an arm 
in armour embowed ppr., garnished or. 
holding in the hand an ancient maot- 
sa., headed and studded also or, girt 
round the arm near the shoulder with 
a sash tied in a bow arg., fringe I 
gold. 199- .^ 

Abingdon, a dexter arm in armour em- 
bowed ppr., holding in the hand a 
sword by the blade point downwards. 
195. n 
Abingdon, a bull rampant. 45. 11 

Abingdon, Worcs., an eagle close or. 76. 2 
Abingdon, Worcs., an eagle displayed or, 
crowned az. c/. 74. 1 4 

Abinger, Baron, Inverlochy Castle, Kin- 
gussie, Inverness-sh. (Scarlett), a 
Tuscan column chequy or and gu., 
supported on either side by a lion's 
gamb ermines, erased gu. Suis stal 
viribus. 239. 10 

Able, an arm in armour embowed, the 
hand grasping a sword, all ppr. 195. 2 
! Ablehall, a lion's head erased sa., between 
two wings or. 19. 7 

Ablyn, a sword in pale enfiled with a 
j savage's head ppr. 191. 9 

I Abney-Hastings, Bart., see Hastings. 
^ Abney-Hastings, see Donington, Baron. 
I Abney, Sir WilUam de Wiveleslie, K.C.B., 
I of jleasham Hall, Derbysh., a demi- 
lion rampant or, holding between the 
I paws a pellet. Fortiter et honeste. 
I cf. II. 7 

Aboat, a griffin sejant. 62. 10 

Aboril and Abrol, Worcs., a lion's head 
ppr., vomiting flames gu. 17. i 

I Abot, a unicorn's head erased ppr. 49. 5 
Aboyne, Earl of, see Marquess of Huntly. 
Abrahall, Heref., a hedgehog ppr. 135. 8 
j Abraham, the sun in splendour or. 162. 2 
I Abraham, Thomas Fell, Esquire, of 
I Riverham, Grassendale Park, Lanes. 
j upon a mount vert in front of tw.i 
j fronds of fern a rook ppr. Veritas 
■ libertas. 244. 4 

Abraham, Alfred Clay, Esquire, F.I.C., 
of 87, Bold Street, Liverpool, same 
1 crest and motto. 

Abrahams and Abram, the sun rising 
from a cloud ppr. 162. 5 

Abram of Lorraine, a bee or. 137. 4 

Abrey, a chevalier on horseback at full 
I speed, holding a broken spear, all ppr. 

I Abriscourt, Oxon., a hare close among 

I grass ppr. 136. i; 

Abrol or Aboril, Worcs., a lion's head 

vomiting flames ppr. 17. i 

Abrook and Abrooke, a wolf's head 

erased sa. 30. .s 

Absalem, Absolom, and Absolon, a Hiur- 

de-lis or. 14S. 2 



ABT 

Abtot, a bear couchant arg., collared 
and muzzled or. 34. 6 

Aburton, on a human heart gu., an 
eagle's foot erased ppr. 113. 14 

AbUSCOUrt and Abustourt, a hare close 
among grass ppr. 136. 12 

Accorne, Scotland, an oak-tree vert. 
Stabo. 143. 5 

Aceck, Acbiche, or Hackbeck, a cross 
pattee erm. cf. 165. 7 

Aclord, a horse's head sa., bridled or. 

51-5 

Acguillum, a dexter hand holding a 
holly branch, aU ppr. cf. 209. 14 

Acbam, Plenyth, Comw., a lion sejant or, 
collared and lined sa. 7. 4 

Acbam or Adam, a demi-lion arg., hold- 
ing a maunch gu. 

Achany, Scotland, out of a crescent, a 
cross crosslet fitched sa. Per ardua 
ad alta. 166. 9 

Acbard, a crescent inflamed ppr. 163. 12 

Acheley, London and Shropsh., an eagle's 
head erased gu., winged or, in beak a 
branch of lilies arg., leaved vert. 

Acheley, a griffin's head erased ppr. 

66. 2 

Acheley, a demi-swan gu., winged or, 
holding in the beak a flower arg. 

Acher, Kent, a bull's head erased gu. 44. 3 

Acheson, Scotland and Ireland, a cock 
ppr. 91. 2 

Acheson, Earl of Gosford and Viscount 
Acheson, a cock gu., standing on a 
trumpet or. Vigilantihuf. 91. 6 

Acheson of Glencairney, Bart., same 
crest and motto. 

Acheson, Scotland, an eagle displayed. 

75- 2 

Acheson, a sandglass ppr. 177. 15 

Achieson, Scotland, an astrolabe ppr. 
Observe. 167. 7 

Achilles or Achillis, a savage's head 
affrontee, ducally crowned ppr. 

cj. 192. 9 

Aahmuty, an arm erabowed in armour 
ppr., holding a broken spear az. Dum 
spiro spero. 197. 2 

Achym, a crescent or. 163. 2 

Acbym or Acklame, a lion sejant gardant 
or, collared and chained sa. cf. 7. 4 

Achyra, Cornw., a lion sejant or, collared 
and lined sa. 7. 4. Another, a 
demi-lion arg., holding a maunch gu. 

Ackelom, a Sagittarius shooting a bow 
ppr. 53. 2 

Ackerman, Ackermann, or Acraman, out 
of a palisado coronet or, an arm 
embowed ppr., vested gu., cuffed arg., 
holding in the hand an oak branch 
vert, fructed or. 205. i 

Ackers, Benjamin St. John, of Huntley 
Manor, Glouc, upon a mount, in front 
thereof three sprigs of oak slipped 
and fructed, a dove rising, holding in 
the beak a like sprig of oak, all ppr. 
La liberie. 295. 9 

Ackers, a Doric column or. cf. 176. 3 

Ackers of Moreton Hall, Chester, a dove 
rising, holding in the beak an olive- 
branch, all ppr. La liberie. 94. 5 

Acktord, a horse's head sa., bridled or. 
51- 5 

Ackhurst, a demi-lion arg., holding in 
the dexter paw an acorn slip vert, 
fructed or. cf. 12. 3 

Acklam or Aclome, Yorks, a demi-lion 
arg., holding a maunch gu. 



Acklame, a lion sejant or, collared and 

lined sa. 7. 4 

Ackroyd or A ekeroyd, a dog sleeping ppr. 

57- 13 

Ackroyd, William, of The Wheatley's, 
Yorks, out of a mural coronet, a stag's 
head. Vcritaie victoria. 

Ackworth, a griffin's head erased ppr. 

66. 2 

Ackworth, Kent, a griflBn segreant. 
Vincit <jui patitur. 62. 2 

Acland, a falcon trussing a bird. cf. 79. 7 

Acland, a dexter hand couped fesseways 
holding a rose-branch. 

Acland, Sir Charles Thomas Dyke, 
Bart., of Columb-John, Devons., on a 
sinister arm in fess vested az., the 
hand in a glove arg., a peregrine falcon 
ppr., beaked and belled or. Inebran- 
lable. 86. 14 

Acland, Rear-Admiral Sir William A. 
Dyke. Bart., Rocklands, Chudleigh, 
South Devonsh., same crest and 
motto. 

Acland, Bart., Killerton, Devonsh., and 
Holnicote, Somers., on a sinister arm 
in fesse vested az., gloved arg., a hawk 
perched of the last, beaked and belled 
or. Inibranlable. 86. 14 

Acland, Alfred Dyke, Esquire, of 38, 
Pont Street, London, a couped arm 
lying fesseways to the sinister az., 
gloved arg., thereon a falcon perched 
ppr., beaked, membered, and belled 
or. 1 nibrardable. 

Acland, Charles Thomas Dyke, Esquire, 
of Killerton, Exeter, same crest and 
motto. 

Acland, Theodore Dyke, Esquire, of 
74, Brook Street, London, same crest 
and motto. 

Acland, Fuller-Palmer-, Bart., Somers.: 
(i) For Acland, on a sinister arm, in 
fess vested az., gloved arg., a hawk 
perched arg., beaked and belled or. 
86. 14. (2) For Palmer, a demi- 
panther gardant, flames issuing out of 
mouth and ears, holding a palm-branch 
ppr. 23. 12. (3) For Fuller, on a ducal 
coronet gu., a lion's head arg., Palma 
virluti for I?almer over the crest and 
Inibranlable for Acland underneath 
the arms. 17. 5 

Acland, Hon. John Barton Arundel, 
M.A., of Holnicote, Mount Peel, 
Rangitata, Canterbury, New Zealand, 
Member of the Legislative Council of 
New Zealand, a man's hand, couped at 
the wrist, in a glove, lying fesseways, 
thereon a falcon, perched, all ppr. In- 
ibranlable 86. 14 

Acland, Sir Henry Wentworth Dyke, 
Bart., K.C.B., M.D., D.C.L., LL.D., 
F.R.S., a sinister arm lying fesseways 
vested az., the hand in a glove arg., 
thereon a falcon perched ppr., beaked 
and belled or. 86. 14 

Acland-Troyte, Hugh Leonard, Esquire, 
of Hunsham, Court Bampton, Devon, 
(i ) an eagle's wing sa., charged with five 
estoiles or, environed with a snake ppr, 
the wing charged for distinction with 
a cross crosslet or (for Troyte). (2) On 
a man's hand couped at the wrist, in 
a glove fesseways, a falcon perched all 
ppr (for Acland). A Deo in Deo. 

Acland-Troyte, John, Edward Esquire, 
M.A., same crest and motto. 



ACT 

Acland-Troyte, Rev. Reginald Henry 
Dyke, M.A.. of Presbytere St. Andre, 
Pau, France, same crest and motto. 

Acle, Devonsh., an annulet or, stoned sa. 
167. 14 

Acleham or Aclehum, a demi-lion vert 
holding an escutcheon gu. cl. 14. 2 

Aclome, a demi-lion arg., holding a 
maunch gu. 

Acock, out of a mural coronet a swan 
issuing ppr. 

Acock, out of a ducal coronet a demi- 
swan issuing ppr. cf. 99. 5 

Acombe, a dexter arm in armour em- 
bowed sa., garnished or, tied round 
with a ribbon arg. and gu., holding in 
the hand a broken tilting-spear. 

cf. 107. 2 

Acotts or AcottiS, a Hon rampant gu., 
supporting a standard ppr., flag az., 
charged with a saltier arg. 3. 7 

A'Court, Bart., an eagle displayed sa., 
charged with two chevronels arg., 
holding in the beak a lily, slipped ppr. 
Grandescunt aucta labore. 

A'Court, a lion's head erased, regardant 
gu. 17. 6 

A'Court-HoImes, sec Heytesbury, Baron. 

A'Court-Repington, Charles Henry Wynd- 
ham. Esquire, M.A., of Amington Hall, 
Warw. (I) A demi- heraldic antelope 



gu., armed, ungu., and tufted or, 
billettee arg. (for Repington). (2) An 
eagle displayed sa., on the breast two 



chevroneLs or, holding in the beak a 
lily ppr. Virtiis jrropter se. 

Acraman, out of a palisado coronet or, 
an arm embowed ppr., vested gu., 
cuffed arg., holding in the hand an oak- 
branch vert, fructed or. 205. i 

-Acraman, same crest. Esse guam videri. 
20;. I 

Acre, Westml., a triangular harrow ppr. 

i;8. 4 

Acres and Acris, an eagle displayed ppr., 
charged on the breast with a pellet. 
75- ' 

Acton, Baron (Dalberg-Actou), of Alden- 
ham Hall, Shropsh., on a \vreath 
of the colours a circular wreath arg. 
and gu., therein a leg in armour ppr., 
garnished or, bent at the knee and 
couped at the middle of the thigh, 
blood dropping therefrom gu. 193. 5. 
Another, the same crest without the 
circular torse. 

Acton, Edward WilUam Frederick, Es- 
quire, J. P., of the T.easowes, Bridgnorth, 
within a torse, a human leg and thigh 
in armour couped and dropping blood, 
all ppr. 

Acton, Augustus Wood-, of Acton Scott, 
Shropsh., same crest. 

Acton of West Aston, Ireland, same crest. 
Adjuvante Deo. 

Acton, Chesh., a demi-lion rampant, re- 
gardant arg., grasping a spear or, en- 
filed with a boar's head sa., couped gu. 
9. 10 

Acton, a demi-lion regardant, holding a 
spear enfiled with a savage's head. 

Acton, Wore, an arm in armour, em- 
bowed ppr., garnished or, the hand 
grasping a sword arg., hilt of the second 
entiled with a boar's head, couped sa., 
dropping blood. 

Acton. William Robert, Esquire, J.P., of 
Wolverton Hall, Pershore, an arm in 



ACT 

armour, embowed ppr., holding in the 
hand a sword arg., hilt or, enfiled with 
a boar's head couped at the neck sa., 
distilling blood. Vaillance avance 
Vhomme. 

Acton, a pine-tree vert, fructed or. 

144. 13 

Acton, Ireland, a pellet between two 
wings gu. c/. 1 10. 4 

Acworth, a griffin's head erased ppr. 

66. 2 

Acworth, an armed arm or, issuant out 
of a coronet of strawberry-leaves gu., 
the hand grasping a serpent ppr., 
holding in the mouth an annulet 

Adagh, a demi-lion rampant arg., guttee- 
de-sang, holding in the paws three 
blue pinks. 3Iea gloria fides. 

Adair, see Waveney, Baron. 

Adair, Bart., of Kinghilt, a man's head 
couped and bloody ppr. Loyal au 

Adair of Heatherton Park, Somers., 
same crest. Loyal d mart. 

Adair, Cumb. and Scotland, a Saracen's 
head couped and impaled with a 
spear. / dare. 191. 8 

Adair, Sir Frederick Edward Shafto, Bart., 
of Flixton Hall, Suff., a man's head 
affrontee couped at the neck and 
bloody ppr. Loi/al au morl. 

Adair, Allan Shafto, Esquire. J.P., of 
Bank of England, Plymouth, same 
crest and motto. 

Adair, Scotland, on a sword in pale a 
Saracen's head affrontee, dropping 
blood all ppr., the sword hilted and 
pommelled or. Arte et marie. — Forli- 
tuAine. lOi. 11 

Adam, Hants, a crescent gu. 163. 2 

Addin, on a mount vert a sword ppr., and 
a cross crosslet fitchee gu., in saltier, 
banded of the last. c/. 166. 12 

Adam, James, M.D., Mailing Place, West 
Jlaliing, Kent, a cross crosslet fitchee 
gu., and a sword in saltire ppr. 

Adam of Culross, a cross crosslet fitchee 
gu., surmounted of a sword in saltier 
ppr. Crux mihi grata quies. 166. 12 

Adam of Runcorn, two swords in saltier, 
and a cross crosslet, fitched in pale, 
Dominus ipse faciei. 166. 14 

Adam, Sir Charles Elphinstone, Bart., of 
Blair Adam, Kinross, a cross crosslet 
fitchee gu., surmounted of a sword in 
saltire ppr. Crux mihi grata guies. 

166. 12 

Adam, Scotland, a hand holding a cross 
crosslet, fitched gu. Crux mihi grata 
guies. 221. 14 

Adam, Scotland, a passion-cross or, 
charged with a man's heart ppr. In 
cruce solus. cf. 165. 4 

Adam of Walden, Esse.^:, a talbot passant 
az., bezantee, collared arg. c/. 54 5 

Adam, an eagle volant ppr. 

Adam or Adams, a griffin's head, gu., 
between two wings or, beaked az. 

c/. 67. 7 

Adam or Adams, a griffin's head gu., 
between two wings or, pellettce. 

cf. 67. 7 

Adams of Ahavagurrah, Ireland, a griffin's 
head erased az. 3Ialo mori quam 
jmdari. 66. 2 

Adams, Cambs, a griffin's head gu., be- 
tween two wings or. cf. 67. 7 



Adams, Lines, a griffin's head couped gu., 
beaked az., between two wings or, 
pellettee. «/• 67. 7 

Adams of Cheaton, Shrapsh., a griffin's 
head erased erm., beaked gu., charged 
with a chevron vairee or and az. 

<•/. 66. 2 

Adams, a griffin's head erased erm., 
beaked gu., charged with a chevron 
chequy or and sa. f/. 66. 2 

Adams, a griffin's head between two 
wings, addorsed vert, charged on the 
breast with a cross or. 

Adams, William, Esquire, of Drumelton 
House, CootehiU, and Erne View, co. 
Cavan, Ireland, a griffin's head couped 
gu., between two wings sa., each 
charged with three bezants. Ingenium 
superat vires. cf. 67. 7 

Adams, Yorks, a demi-griffin erm., 
winged and beaked az., holding an 
escallop or. cf. 65. i 

Adams, Francis, of Clifton, Glouc, a 
demi-griffin segreant or. Tout ou 
rien. 64. 2 

Adams of Ansty Hall, Warwick, a talbot 
passant az., semee of bezants, collared 
arg. Sub cruce Veritas. cf. 54. 5 

Adams, see Woollcombe-Adams. 

Adams, Notts, a talbot sa., semee of 
cinquefoils or, resting the dexter paw 
upon a mullet of the last. 

Adams, Samuel Thomas, Esquire, a 
talbot sa., semee of cinquefoils or, 
and resting the dexter paw upon a 
mullet also or. 

Adams, Bath, out of a crown vallery or, 
a demi-lion affrontee arg., semee of 
mullets gu. 

Adams, Devonsh., out of a ducal coronet 
or, a demi-lion gardant arg. cf. 10 

Adams, out of a ducal coronet or, a demi- 
lion affrontee ppr. 

Adams, Carmarthensh., out of a ducal 
coronet or, a demi-lion affrontee gu. 
Aspire, persevere, and indulge not. 

Adams, London, a lion rampant or. i . ' 3 

Adams of Holyland, Pembroke, a martlet 
arg. Certior in coflo domus. cf. 95. 2 

Adams, a martlet sa., holding in the 
beak a mullet or. Cruce duce. 

cf. 95- 5 

Adams, a raven sa. cf. 107. 2 

Adams, Middx., an eagle volant regar- 
dant. 79- 5 

Adams, an eagle regardant, wings ele- 
vated sa., pendant from the neck an 
escutcheon or, charged with a cat's 
face vert, resting the dexter claw on a 
crescent also or. 77. 3 

Adams, Rev. James Williams, V.C, 
B.A., the Rectory, Postwich, Norwich, 
same crest. 

Adams, on a mount vert an eagle reversed 
and regardant, wings expanded ppr., 
beak and legs or, holding in the beak a 
mullet sa., the sinister claw resting on 
a crescent reversed gold. 

Adams, London, on a Ijezant a demi-eagle 



Bart., a greyhound's head 

couped. " cf. 61. 2 

Adams, Shropsh., a greyhound's head 

erased erm. 61. 4 

Adams, Ireland, a boar's head or, couped 

gu. cf. 43. I 

Adams, London and Ireland, a boar's 

head arg., couped gu. cf. 43. i 



ADA 

Adams, London, a wolf's head erased 
erm. 30. 8 

Adams, a wolf's head erased ppr. 

30. 8 

Adams, Rev. William Fulford, of the 
Rectory, Weston-sub-Edge, Glouc, a 
dexter arm embowed in armour ppr., 
garnished or, the elbow charged with 
a torteau, the gauntlet also ppr., 
grasping a cross crosslet fitchee sa. 
Lifiertas el nalale solum. 

Adams of Bowdon, Devonsh., a dexter 
arm, in armour ppr., embowed, grjisping 
a cross crosslet fitched sa., charged on 
elbow with a torteau. Libertas et 
natale solum. 

Adams, Percy, Fulford, Lancaster Road, 
Wimbledon, a dexter arm embowed in 
armour, the hand in a gauntlet ppr., 
grasping a cross crosslet sa., the arm 
charged on the elbow with a torteau. 
Libertas et natale solum. 

Adams, a dexter arm in armour em- 
bowed, holding in the hand a cross 
crosslet. 19^. 5 

Adams, Ireland, an arm couped at the 
shoulder, embowed ppr., vested gu., 
holding in the hand a flag sa., charged 
with a bee. 204. 1 2 

Adams, Very Rev. Samuel, M.A., of 
Northlands, co. Cavan, Ireland, Dean 
of Cashel and Prebendary of Terebrine, 
in the Diocese of Elphin, J.P., on a 
mount vert a cross crosslet fitchee or, 
charged with a bleeding heart gu. In 
cruce solus. cf. 166. 6 

Adams, Ambrose Douglas, Esquire, on 
a mount vert, a cross crosslet fitchee 
or, charged with a bleeding heart gu. 
In cruce solus. 

Adams, James Craig Bate de Lisle, 
Esquire, same crest and motto. 

Adams, John Hervey Stuart, Esquire, of 
Northlands, Carrickmacross, same crest 
and motto. 

Adams, Ixslie Piers, Esquire, same crest 
and motto. 

Adams, Maxwell Richard William Peers-, 
Esquire, same crest and motto. 

Adams, Peers - Newsham, Esquire, same 
crest and motto. 

Adams, Samuel Allen, Esquire, of North- 
lands, Carrickmacro.?s, same crest and 
motto. 

Adams, a cat-a-mountain gardant arg., 
collared az., restin" the dexter fore- 
paw on a terrestrial globe ppr. ■S^ln^ 
viler sed fortiter. cf. 26. 5 

Adamson, Newcastle-upor-Tyne, a cross 
crosslet gu. 165. 2 

Adamson of Aberdeenshire and late of 
Ewell, Surrey, a cross crosslet fitchee 
az. Crux mihi grata quies. t66. 2 

Adamson, Scotland, a cross crosslet 
fitched, and sword iu saltier ppr. 

166. 12 

Adamson, a tilting-spear, broken in 
three pieces, two in saltier, sur- 
mounted by the head-piece in pale, 
pointed or, banded gu. J 75. 2 

Adamson, John George, Esquire, a talbot 
passant az., collared, charged on the 
shoulder with a cross invected, and 
holding in the dexter paw a key in 
pale, all or. Watch and ward. 

Adamson of Brampton Place, Bexley 
Heath, Kent, a cross crosslet fitchee 
az. Crux mihi grate quies. 



ADA 

Adamson, Lawrence William, Esquire, 
LL.D., of Eglingham Hall, Northumb., 
a talbot passant az., collared, charged 
on the shoulder vnth a cross invected, 
and holding in the dexter paw a key 
in pale, all or. Watch and imrd. 

Adamson, William 8haw, Esquire, J.P., 
of Careston Castle, Brechin, co. Forfar, 
a sword ppr., hilted and pommelled 
or, and a cross crosslet fitchee gu. in 
saltier, all between two branches of 
laurel, also ppr. Crux mild grata 
quies. 266. 4 

Adamson, William Rushton, Esquire, of 
Rushton Park, Robertsbridge, Sussex, 
a talbot passant az., bezantee and 
collared or. Avant. cj. 54. 5 

Adamson, a lion passant, holding in the 

dexter paw a cross crosslet fitched gu. 

cj. 6. 2 

Adare, Baron, see Dunraven, Earl of. 

Adcock or Addcock, a fox's head ppr. 33.4 

Addagh, a lion rampant. Mea gloria 
fides. I. 13 

Addams, a grifiSn's head between two 
wings gu. cf.67.7 

Addcock or Adcock, a fox's head ppr. 

33- 4 

Addenbrooke, on the banks of a river an 
otter party per pale arg. and sa., and 
charged with two crescents counter- 
changed. 

Addenbrooke, Edward Homfray, the 
Platts, Kidderminster, crest as fore- 
going. Nee temere nee limide. 

Addenbrooke, Herbert Henry Hodgetts, 
Esquire, same crest. 

Addenbrooke, Rev. James Jennings, of 
Whixhall, Salop, same crest. 

Adderbury, Sussex, an embattled tower, 
ppr. 156. 2 

Adderley, Warw. and Staffs, on a chepcau 
gu., turned up erm., a stork arg. 105. 3 

Adderley, Hubert John Broughton, Es- 
quire, of Barlaston Hall, Stoke-on- 
Treni: (i) Same crest as above. (2) 
A sea-dog's head couped gu. , eared and 
finned. 

Adderley of Ham's Hall, Warw., same 
oi-est. 

Adderley, Baron Norton, same crest. 
Addere legi justitiavi decus. 

Adderley, Hon. Henry Arden, of Fillong- 
lev Hall, Coventry, same crest and 
motto. 

Adderiy, Staffs, and Scotland, a rose gu. 
149. 2 

Adderton, a hand holding a scimitar. 

213- 5 

Adderton and Atherton, Shropsh., a cubit 
arm grasping a truncheon. 214. 6 

Addey, Kent, on a mount a stag lodged, 
?.ll ppr. 115. 12 

Addington, Devonsh., a leopard sejant 
gardant arg., pelettee. 

Addington, Baron (Hubbard), in front of 
a fasces fessewise ppr., an eagle's head 
erased arg., collared fieurettee gu. 
AUa petens. 245. 4 

Addington, a cat passant ppr. 26. 4 

Addington, see Sid mouth. Viscount. 

Addis, Adis, or Ades, out of a tower ppr. 
a demi-lion az. 157. 11 

Addison, a tower arg. 1 56. 2 

Addison, a pair of wings erect ppr. 109. C 

Addison, a unicorn's head erased, trans- 
pierced by an arrow, in bend sinister 
guttee. Let the deed ahaw. 



Addison, Sudbury, a unicorn's head 
erased arg., pierced through the neck 
with an arrow and charged on the 
breast with three annulets. 

Addison, Staffs, a demi-unicorn couped 
arg., armed, ungu., and crined or, the 
sinister foot resting ou an escutcheon 
gu., charged with a leopard's face of 



th( 



intl. 



Addison, William Henry, Esquire, of New- 
ark, Kent, and of Robertson, Cape 
Colony, South Africa, a snake nowed 
or, in front of a demi-eagle, wings dis- 
played sa., holding in the beak a snake 
entwined round the neck ppr. Ad- 
decet Iwneste vivere. 81.5 

Addlington or Adlington, Devonsh. and 
Lines, a goat's head erased ppr. 128. 5 

Addreston or Aderston, a martlet gu. 

c/. 95- 5 

Addurston, a swan's neck and wings arg., 
beaked gu., gorged with a ducal cor- 
onet or. 

Addy or Addey, on a mount a stag 
lodged, all ppr. 115. 12 

Adean, a stag's head cabossed ppr. 122. 5 

Adeane, Charles Robert Whorwood, of 
Babraham, Cambs, a griffin's head 
collared, between two wings. 67. 7 



same crest. 

Adelin, a chevalier on horseback, at full 
speed, brandishing a sword, all ppr. 

189. 10 

Adelmare, the sea vert, thereon a dolphin 
naiant ppr. 

Adelsorf, two wings elevated sa. 109. 6 

Adelston or Adeston, an escutcheon arg., 
charged with a cinquefoil gu. 

Adenstoun, Adingstoun, or Adinston, a 
dexter hand holding a cross pattee 
fitched 221. 12 

Aderley, Blackhall, Staffs, a leopard's 
head couped or, pierced through the 
mouth with a sword • blade broken 
arg. 

Aderson, a cup or, with three branches 
of laurel issuing therefrom vert. 

177. 2 

Aderton, a hand holding a scimitar ppr. 
213- 5 

Aderstone, a martlet gu. 95. 5 

Adey, a leopard's face or, jessant-de-lis 
gu. 22. 5 

Adey, Adrey, or Ady, on a mount vert, a 
stag lodged arg., attired and ducally 
crowned or. c/. 115. 12 

Adey, see Adye. 

Adger, a swan with wings addorsed 
regardant arg., murally crowned gu., 
resting its dexter foot on an escaUop 
or. 99- 7 

Adie, Aedie, and Addie, Crieff and Scot- 
land, a cross crosslet and sword in 
saltier ppr. Crux niihi grata ^ute.f. 

166. 12 

Adingstoun or Adinston, Scotland, a 
dexter hand holding a cross patee 
fitchee 221. 12 

Adis, out of a tower ppr., a demi-lion az. 
157. II 

Adkins, a lion rampant gu., supporting 
a flagstaff with ropes ppr., flag arg., 
charged with a cross of the first. 



holding 



c/- 3- 7 



AGA 

Adlam, William, of Chew Magna, Somers., 
on a mount vert, and in front of rays 
of the sun, an eagle ppr., collared sa. 
Ti/rne proveth truth. 

Adiard, a hand holding a dagger erect, 
all ppr. 212. 9 

Adler of Haverstoke, Essex, a demi-eagle, 
wings displayed sa., charged ou the 
breast with an etoile or. cj. 80. 2 

Adlercron, Rodolph Ladeveze, Esquire, 
F.R.G.S., of Broom HaU, Horsham, 
Sussex, a demi-eagle displayed sa., 
langued gu., ducally crowned or, the 
dexter wing per fesse arg., and az., the 
sinister per fesse of the last and or. 
Quo fata vacant. 

Adlington, a goat's head erased arg. 

128. 5 

Adlington, Henry Smith, of the HaU 
Holme, Hale, Shipdham, Thetford, 
Norf., same crest. Per antiquam 
cartanu 

Adlington, an heraldic antelope's head 
erased arg. cf. 127. 11 

Adlyn, on a mount vert, a martlet or. 
95- 7 

Adney, an eagle's head, holding in the 

beak an acorn, slipped and leaved ppr. 

cf. 84- 10 

Adolphus, a demi-lion rampant murally 
crowned, holding a knight's helmet 
between the paws. 

Adshead and Adshade, an antelope trip- 
pant ppr. 126. 6 

Adson, Scotland, an oak-tree. Stand 
sure. 143- 5 

Ady, Kent, on a mount vert, a stag lodged 
arg., attired and ducally crowned or. 

cf. 115. 12 

Ady or Adry, a leopard's face or, jessant- 
de-lis gu. 22. c, 

Adye, a leopard passant gardant. 

cf. 24. 3 

Adye and Adyer, Kent and Durh., a 
cherub's head ppr. 189. 9 

Adyn, Dorchester, a lion's head ppr. 

cf. 17. 8 

Adys, a cock crowing erm. 91. 2 

Aermine, on a mount vert, an erm. arg., 
the tip of the tail sa. 134. 10 

Aeth, a demi-griffin or, holding in the 
dexter claw a battle-axe gu. 64. 1 1 

Affleck, Scotland, an eagle rising ppr. 

77- 5 

Affleck of Balmanno, Scotland, two wings 
issuing. Eerum sapientia. custos. 

109. 6 

Affleck, Bart., of Dalham HaU, New- 
market, an ear of wheat or, between 
two fern branches ppr. Pretiosuni quod 
utile. 239. 1 1 

Affleck of that ilk, same crest and motto. 

Affordbie of Affordby, Lines, a horse's 
head erased sa., bridled or. cf. 51. 5 

Agad, a heraldic antelope's head. 

127. 10 

Agall, on a chapeau ppr., a buU statant 
sa. cf. 45- 9 

Agan, on a ducal coronet or, a stag's 
head cabossed ppr. cf. 122. 5 

Agar, Ireland, a demi-lion rampant or. 
Vita trita via tula. 10. 2 

Agar, Earl of Normanton, a demi-lion 
rampant or. Vita trita via tuta. lO. 2 

Agar-EUis, Viscount Clifden, see Clifden. 

Agar-Robartes, see Robartes, Baron. 

Agard, Lanes, a bugle -horn arg., gar- 
I nished or, stringed sa. 228. 11 



AGA 



Agard, Lanes, an ibex's head or, semee 
of hurts, maned, homed, tnfted, and 
collared az. 
Agas of Wymondham, Norf., a Jloor's 
head sa., wreathed arg. and gu. 

192. 13 
Agbnry, Kent and Gloiic, a bird sup- 
porting a flag, charged with a cross. 

78. 14 

Ager or Auger of Bishopboum, Kent 

and Glouc, a bull's head erased gu., 

attired or. 44- 3 

Agg or Auge, a Moor's head conped sa., 

wreathed arg. and az. 192. 13 

AggS, on a chapeau ppr. a bull statant 

sa. c/. 45- 9 

Aglionby, Rev. Francis Keyes, Christ 

Church Vicarage, Westminster, a derai- 

eagle displayed or. 81.6 

Agmondesham of Horsley, Surrey, a stag 

trippant or. 117* ^ 

Agmondisham or Agmundesham, Surrey, 

a stag lodged ppr. 115. 7 

Agnew, the sun sliining on the stump of 

a tree ppr. I45- 5 

Agnew, a crow statant, wings e.xpanded, 

transfixed with an arrow, all ppr. 

107. II 

Agnew or Agneu of Sheuchan and 

Lothian, Scotland, an eagle issuant 

and regardant ppr. Consilio non 

impetu. go. 10 

Agnew of Lochryan, an eagle rising 

regardant, holding in dexter claw a 

sword ppi. ConsUio eiimpetii . 77.10 

Agnew of Castle Wiger, an eagle rising 

regardant ppr. Consilio non impcttt. 

77- 4 
Agnew, Hon. Sir James Wilson, K.C.M.G., 
M.D., M.R.C.S., of Macquarie St. 
Hobart, Tasmania, Member of the 
Executive Council, and formerly Mem- 
ber of Legislative Council, Chief 
Secretary and Premier of the said 
Colony, an eagle issuant rising, with 
wings expandelJ and regardant ppr.. 
charged on the breast with a trefoil 
slipped vert. ConsUio non impelu. 
Agnew, Ch.irles Stewart, Esquire, J.P., 
of Hobart, Tasmania, an eagle issuant 
rising and regardant ppr., charged on 
its breast with a trefoil slipped vert. 
Consilio non impetu. 
Agnew, Sir Andrew, of Lorhuaw, Bart., 
an eagle issuing regardant ppr. Con- 
silio non impetu. 80. 10 
Agnew, Sir William, Bart., 11, Great 
Stanhope St., W., an eagle regardant, 
wings expanded ppr., each wing'charged 
with a pale or, holding in its mouth 
a sword pointing upwards ppr., the 
dexter claw resting on a saltier couped 
gu. Consilio et impetu. 236. 5 
Agnew, Scotland, an eagle rising regar- 
dant ppr. Si non consilio. impetu. 

80. 10 
Agnew, John Vans, of Bambarroch, [ 
Scotland : (l) An eagle issuant regard- , 
ant ppr. {for Agnew). 80. 10. (2) A 
lion rampant, in dexter paw a pair of j 
scales ppr. {for Vans). ConsUio non 
impetu.— Be faithful. ' 

Agrevell, a bezant. c/. 159. 14 

Agruall, a lion's face gardant between 
two wings ppr. 21.4 

AguUar and Aguillar, an eagle's head 
erased, holding in the beak a fleur-de- 
lis, all ppr. 84. 12 I 



Aguillon, Yorks, a pelican vulning herself 
ppr. 98- I 

Agworth, a torteau. i59- U 

Ahanny or Ahany, Scotland, out of a 
crescent a cross crosslet fitched sa. 
Per ardua ad alta. 166. 9 

Ahem, Ireland, a vine ppr. 152. 9 

Aher, a sand-glass sa., winged gu. 

113. II 

Ahlfeldt, Frederic Cart, Esquire, a brack 

arg., collared and sejant on a cushion 

gu., tasselled or. Fortitudine suavitatc. 

59. 8 

Ahrends, an eagle ppr. Post nubiln 
phaebus. 76. 2 

Aickea, Aiken, or Aikin, a fountain 
throwing up water ppr. 159. 13 

Aickinson, a demi-lady, holding in the 
dexter hand a tower, and in the sinister 
a palm-branch. 1S3. 8 

Aickman and Aikman, Scotland, an oak- 
tree fructed ppr. Sub robore virtus. 

143- 2 

Aidgmam, a demi-eagle or, charged on 
the breast with a thistle ppr. 

of. 81. 6 

Aifler, two wings in lure. 113. i 

Aighton, Lanes, a snake coiled up ppr. 
142. 2 

Algler or Ayler, two wings in lure. 113. i 

Algles, Northunib., a huntins-hom ppr. 
228. II 

Aiken, a fountain throwing up water ppr. 
159- 13 

Aiken, sec Chetwood-Aiken. 

Aiken, Scotland, a cross crosslet fitched 
gu. In cruce solus. 166. 2 

Aiken, L-eland, an ox-yoke az., stapled or. 
178. 6 

Aiken, James, of Dalmoak, co. Dum- 
barton, a dexter hand couped at the 
wrist, holding a garland of oak-leaves 
ppr. In robore decu-s. 

Aikenhead or Aitkenhead, a demi-savage 
holding in the dexter hand three laurel- 
sprigs fructed ppr. Rupio robore nati. 
cf. 1 86. 4 

Aikenhead, Frank, Esquire, Xaval and 
Military Club, 94, Piccadilly, W., a 
demi-man affront^e holding in his 
dexter hand a branch of laurel slipped 
and fructed, all ppr., and resting his 
sinister on a chaplet of oak, also ppr., 
fructed. Rnpto robore nati. 258. 10 

Aikenhead, Scotland, an oak-tree fructed 
ppr. Annoso robore quercus. 143. 2 

Aikin or Aicken, an oak-tree vert. Sub 
robere virtus. 143. 5 

Aikman, a man ppr., holding a standard 
gu., vested arg.. the coat az. 187. 9 

Aikman of Cairnie, an oak-tree fructed 
ppr. Sub robore virtus. 143. 2 

Aikman, Thomas Stokes George Hugh 
Robertson, of Ross, Hamilton, N.B., 
an oak-tree ppr. Sub robore rnrtus. 

Aikman of Bromlinton, an oab-tree 

fructed ppr. Sub robore virtus. j 

143- 2 

Aile and Ailes, a dexter arm embowed, ' 
the fist clenched ppr. 202. 2 , 

Ailesbury, Marquess and Earl of, Earl 
of Cardigan, Earl Bruce, Viscount; 
Savernake, etc. (Brudenell - Bruce), ' 
Savemake Forest, Marlborough, Wilts : 
(i) A lion statant az., tail extended 
{for Bruce), cf. 4. 8. (2) A .sea-horse 
naiant ppr. {for Brudenell). Think and , 
thanl: — Fuimui. 46. ? '' 



Allien, Edinburgh, a pelican in her piety 

ppr. Non sibi. 98. 8 

Ailmer or Aylmer, London, a goat passant 

Ailsa, Marquess of (Kennedy), Culzean 
Castle, Maybole, a dolphin naiant ppr. 
Avis In fin. 140. 5 

Aime and Aine, a pillar barry of four gu. 
and or, winged ppr. 113. 10 

Aimgevyne of Theshelthorpc, Lines, a 
vine or, bearing three bunches of 
grapes ppr. cf. 152. 9 

Aines, Ainge, Ainger, Aitken, a common 
boat ppr. 179. 6 

Ainge, London, a cross formee fitchee or, 
between two wings az. cf. 1 10. 7 

Ainlie, an arm holding a laurel chaplet 
ensigned with a bird. cf. 205. 6 

Ainsley or Ainslie of Blackhill, a pelican's 
head erased ppr. Pietns tutissima 
virtus. 98. 2 

Ainsley, Bart., Scotland, an arm embowed 
brandishing a scimitar ppr. Pro regc 
et patria. 201. i 

Ainsley and Ainslie, Scotland, an arm em- 
bowed grasping a scimitar, all ppr. 
Pro rege et patria. 201. i 

Ainslie, Bart., Lines, a dexter arm em- 
bowed holding a scimitar ppr. Pro 
rege et patria. 201. i 

Ainslie of Pilton, Bart., on a chapeau a 
dexter arm embowed grasping a 
scimitar ppr. Pro patria smpe, pro 



213- 5 

Ainslie, Quebec, an eagle's head erased 
ppr. Pietas tutissima virtus. 83. 2 

Ainslie : ( l ) An eagle's head erased ppr. 
Pietas tutissima virtujt. 83. 2. (2) A 
dexter arm embowed grasping a scimi- 
tar, all ppr. Pro rege et patria. 

201. I 

Ainslie, an arm holding in the hand t%vo 
branches of laurel, ensigned with a 
bird. cf. 205. 6 

Ainsworth, Richard Henry, of Smith ills 
HaU, Lanes, a man in armour, holding 
in his dexter hand a battle-axe ppr. 
Meo gloria fides. 

Ainsworth, David, of the Flosh, Cleator, 
Whitehaven, Cumb., a falcon rising 
with wings displayed and inverted. 
Surgo et resvrgam. 

Ainsworth, John Stirling, Esquire, of 
Harecroft, Gosforth, Cumb., and 
Ardanaiseig, Kilchrenan, Argyll, same 
crest and motto. 

Ainsworth, Lie\itenant-Colonel David, 
Backbarrow, North Lanes, a falcon, 
wings expanded and inverted, belled 
ppr. Surgo et resurgam. 87. i 

Air, Scotland, the stump of an oak-tree, 
new branches sprouting ppr. 145-2 

Aird, Scotland, a cock ppr. Vigilantia. 

Aird, Sir John, Bart., 14, Hyde Park 

Terrace, W., on a bull rail fessewise 

a lion rampant erect, holding between 

the paws a rivet, all ppr. Vigilantia. 

251. 7 

Aird, a cubit arm holding a hawk's lure, 
all ppr. 

Airey, a cinquefoil gu. 14S. 12 

Airey, Lieutenant-Colonel Henry Parke, 
Esquire, D.S.O., of Victoria Barracks, 
Oxford Street, Paddington, Sydney, 
out of the battlements of a tower or. 



AIR 

a dexter and a sinister arm embowed 
in armour ppr., the hands also ppr., 
holding a cinquefoU az. */e le ticndrai. 

Airey, a leg in armour, couped at the 

thigh ppr., garnished and spurred or. 

193- I 

Airlie, Earl ol (Ogilvy), Airlie Castle, a 
]aily from the waist, affrontee ppr., 
holding a portcullis gu. A fin. 183. 7 

Airmine of Osgodsby, I3art., on a mount 
vert, an erm. passant arg. 134. 10 

Airth, Scotland, a cock crowing ppr. 

Qi. 2 

Airth, Scotland, a stag's head erased, at 
gaze ppr. 

Aiscough, a cross erosslet fitched az. 
In hoc signo vinces. 166. 2 

Aiselbie or Aislabie, Yorks, a lion's head 
erased gu., gorged with three lozenges, 
conjoined in fess arg. cj. 17. 8 

Aisincourt, a demi-eagle displayed with 
two heads. cj. 82. i 

Aiskell, AiskiU, and AskiU, in the sea an 
anchor, in pale ppr. 161. 6 : 

Aislabie, sec Aiselbie. t 

Aitcheson, Scotland, a cock ppr., wattled ! 
and combed. Vigilnntibus. 91. 2 ' 

Aitchison of Roehsolloch, the same. I 

Aitchison, Henry H., M.D., Wallsend-on- 
Tyne, a cock ppr., combed and wattled 
gu. Vigilantibus. 

Aitchison, see Acheson. 

Aitchison of Pittenweem, an astrolabe 
ppr. Observe. 167- 7 

Aitchison, Robert Swan, Esquiie, M.D., of 
-4, Great King Street, Edinburgh, an 
eagle's head erased sa. Vigilantibus. 

Aitken, James, Esquire, of Saltcoats and 
Darroch, Stirling, Scotland, an oak- 
tree ppr. Eobore et vigilantia. 143. 5 

Aitken of Aitkenside, a cross erosslet 
fitched gu. In cruce salus. 166. 2 

Aitken, Colonel R. Easton, V.D., Glas- 
gow, a mailed arm embowed, holding 
a cross erosslet fitched. In cruce salus. 
295. 13 

Aitken, James H., Esquire, Gartcows, 
Falkirk, N.B., a cross erosslet fitchee. 
In cruce saliui. 166. 2 

Aitken of Edenhurst, Timperley, Chesh.. 
a cross erosslet fitchee az. In cruce 
salus. 

Aitken of Thornton. Fifeshire, a cross 

erosslet fetchee gules. In cruce salus. 

166. 2 

Aitken, Aitkin, and Atkin, a boat ppr. 

179. 6 

Aitken, James, Esquire, Shipowner, Glas- 
gow, a cock sa., collared and chained 
or. Eobore et vigilantia. 

Aitkenhead, Scotland, a demi-savage 
holding in his dexter hand three laurel 
sprigs fructed ppr. cf. 1 86. 4 

Aitkenhead, Scotland, an oak-tree ppr. 
Rupto robore nati. 143. 5 

Aitkens, a dexter arm in armour em- 
bowed, holding in the hand ppr. a 
cross erosslet fitched erect arg. 19S. 5 

Aitkenson, a demi-lady holding in her 
dexter hand a tower, and in her sinister 
a palm-branch. 183. 8 

Aitkenson, a cock ppr. 91. 2 

Aitkine, Scotland, a cross erosslet fitched 
gu. In cruce snius. 166. 2 

Aitkinson, Scotland, a cock ppr. 91. 2 

Aito or Auito, Devonsh., issuing out of a 
cloud a dexter arm ppr., grasping a 
sword erect arg., hilted or, enfiled with 



a Moor's head in profile sa., wreathed 
about the temples arg., and with pearls 
in the ears. 

Alton of that ilk, Scotland, Bart., a dexter 
hand pulling a rose ppr. Et dererptce 
dabunt odorem. 218. 13 

Alton of Dunmure, same crest and motto. 

Alton and Aitoune, a rose gu. Virtuie 
orta occiditttt rariu-s. 149. 2 

Alton of Kippo, a rose-tree vert, flowered 
gu. Et decerptoe dahunt odorem. 149.14 

Alton of Kinaldie, same crest. 

Aitoune of Inchdairnie, same crest and 
motto. 

Akarys, Akers, Akeris, and Akyris, a 
griffin's head gu. 66. i 

Akarys, a demi-griifin or. 64. 2 

Akaster, a demi-griffin or. 64. 2 

Akeland and Akland, on a sinister arm 
in fesse vested az., gloved arg., a 
hawk perched of the last, beaked and 
belled or. 86. 14 

Akeland, a hawk belled ppr. 85. 2 

Akelitz, Akelits, or Hakelut, a halbert 
issuing ppr. 172. i 

Akenhead, Scotland, an oak-tree ppr. 

143- 5 

Akenhead, a cock ppr. 91. 2 

Akenhead, a demi-savage holding in the 
dexter hand a bunch of acorns. Rupto 
roberc nati. 

Akenside, an arrow ppr. 173. 5 

Aker, a triangular harrow. 178. 4 

Akeris, a griffin's head gu. 66. I 

Akerman or Ackerman, out of a pallisado 
coronet or, an arm embowed, vested 
gu., cuffetl arg., holding in the hand 
ppr. an oak-branch vert, fructed of the 
first. 205. I 

Akeroyd and Akroyd, a dog sleeping ppr. 
57. 13 

Akers, a Doric column or. 

Akers- Douglas, Rt. Hon. Aretas, M.P., 
of Chikton Park and Mailing Abbey, 
Kent : ( I ) A dexter arm in armour 
embowed ppr., garnished or, grasp- 
ing in the hand a dagger in bend 
sinister, also ppr., hilt and pommel gold 
{for Douglas). 195. 3. (2) A dexter 
cubit arm vested bendy or and az., the 
hand ppr. holding a banner, also bendy 
or and az., charged with a Saracen's 
(or Irish Kerne's) head between eight 
cross crosslets, fringed and tasselled or 
{for Akeri). Sapitntia et Veritas. — Je 
vive en esperance. 

Akiris, Akeris, or Akyris, a griffin's head 
gu. 66. I 

Akland, on a sinister arm in fesse, vested 
az., gloved arg., a hawk perched of the 
last, beaked and belled or. 86. 14 

Akland, the same, but the hawk hooded. 

Akroyd, in front of a stag's head ppr., 
three spear-heads sa., encircled by a 
wTeath of oak also ppr. In veritate 

Alabaster and AUebaster, a feather arg., 
enfiled with a ducal coronet or. 114. 12 

Aland, Ireland, a leopard passant gar- 
dant or. 

Aland, Lord Fortescue, same crest. Forte 
scrutum salus duccm. 

Alanson, Allanson, and Allenson, a lion 
rampant gardant gu., supporting a 
cross or. 

Alanson,on a mount vert, a lion rampant 

gardant gu., supporting a long cross or. 

3- >5 



ALC 



Alate, a unicorn's head arg., collared sa. 
cf. 49. II 
Albalanda, a boar passant gu. 40. 9 

Albam, an urchin ppr. 135-8 

Alban, a lion's head erased, pierced in 

breast with an arrow. cf. 17. 13 

Albani, d', Arthur James Louis Francis, 

Esquire, of Newmarket, on a wreath 

of the colours two ostrich-feathers in 

saltire az., thereon perched a martlet 

or. Vestigia nulla reirorsum. 
Albany, Shropsh., London, Beds, and 

Middx., a dolphin hauriant or. 

140. II 
Albany, London, Shropsh., and Beds, out 

of a ducal coronet gu. a demi-dolphiu 

hauriant or. 
Albany, Shropsh., out of a ducal coronet 

a dolphin hauriant embowed or. 
Albany, Duke of (H.B.H. Prince Leopold), 

on a coronet composed of crosses patee 

and fleur-de-lis a lion statant gardant 

and crowned with a like coronet or, and 

differenced with a label of three points 

arg., the centre point charged with St. 

George's cross, and each of the other 

points with a heart gu. 
Albaster, Staffs, a feather in pale arg., 

enfiled with a ducal coronet or. 

114. 12 
Albemarle, Earl of (Keppel), Quideuham 

Park, Attleborough, Norf., out of a 

ducal coronet or, a swan's head and 

neck arg. Ne cede malis. cf. 100. 10 
Albeney, a yoke in bend ppr. 17S. 6 

Albeney, Berks, a stock-dove az., holding 

in the beak a branch vert, fructed gu. 

92. 5 

Alberough or Albrough, a castle, at the 

sinister base a thistle-bush ppr. 155.6 
Alberry of Wickingham, Berks, a dove 

az., holding in its beak a branch 

fructed. 92- 5 

Albert, a demi-savage, wreathed about 

the middle with leaves, over his 

shoulder a sledge-hammer, all ppr. 

cf. 186. II 
Alberton, a pennon in bend gu., the staff 

headed sa. and tasselled or. 176. I2 
AlbertUS, Poland, the huU of a ship, with 

only main-mast, and the top without 

tacking or. Deus dabit vela. 
Albery, a stock-dove az., holding in its 

beak a branch, leaves and stalk vert, 

fructed gu. 92. 5 

Albon, Albone, Allebone, and Allibone, 

a bull's head affrontee. 44. 8 

Alborough, Somers., a fox arg., collared 

and lined or. 
Albrecht, a dexter cubit arm erect ppr., 

holding a fleur-de-lis or. cf. 215. 5 

Albrecht or Albreght, a dexter hand in 

fesse ppr., holding a fleur-de-lis or. 

221. 9 
Albyn, a lion's gamb issuing sa., holding 

a spear or, on the top a flag gu. 

35- 9 
Alcester, Baron (Admiral Sir Frederick 

Beauchamp Paget Seymour, G.C.B.), 

out of a ducal coronet or, a ph'.)enix in 

flames ppr. Foi/ pour devoir. 
Alchorn, a human heart gu., ducally 

crowned or, between two wings arg. 

no. 14 
Alcock, Staffs, a cock gu. 91. 2 

Alcock, Ireland, a cock arg., combed and 

wattled gu., spurred az. Vigilanter. 



ALC 

Alcock of Silvertost, Northamp., a cock 
erm., beaked, membered, crested, and 
wattled or. 9^. 2 

Alcock of Wilton Castle, Ireland, a cock 
arg., standing on a globe, armed, 
combed, and g'illed or. Vigilaie. 

Alcock, Ireland, on a pomeis charged 
■vrith a cross patee or, a cock statant sa. 
Vigilaie. 

Alcock, Philip Clayton, Esquire, of 
Wilton Castle, Enniscorthy, same crest 
and motto. 

Alcock, Kent, out of a ducal coronet az., 
a demi-swan erm., wings expanded, 
and ducally crowned or. cf. 99. 5 

Alcock-Beck, see Beck-Alcock. 

Alcock - Stawell - Riversdale, William 
Thoma.s Jonas, Esquire: (i) Out of a 
mural crown or, a de.xter arm in armour 
couped at the elbow ppr., charged with 
an ogress, the hand grasping a swor<l 
in bend sinister, also ppr. {for Ilirrrs- 
dale). (2) On a cap of maintenance 
gu., turned up erm., a falcon rising 
arg., in his beak a scroll, thereon " En 
parole je vis " {for Stairell). (3) A cock 
arg., combed and wattled gu., spurred 
az., and above it, on an escroU, the 
motto " Vigilantcr " {for Alcock). Hcec 
ivimica ti/rannis. 91. 2 

Alcock-Stawell, Jonas William, Esquire, 
of Kilbrittain Castle, Cork: (i) On a 
cap of maintenance gu., turned up 
erm., a falcon rising arg., in his beak 
a scroll, thereon En parole je vis {for 
Stawell). (2) A cock arg., combed and 
wattled gu., spurred az., and above it, 
OP an escroll, the motto. Vigilantcr. 

Aldam, out of a ducal coronet a plume 
of five ostrich-feathers. 114. 13 

Aldborough or Aldeburghe, Yorks, an 
ibex passant or. 

Aldborough, Earl of (Stratford), Ireland, 
a dexter arm in armour embowed, hold- 
ing in the hand ppr. a scimitar az., 
hilted and pommelled or. Virtuti nihil 
obstat ct armis. 196. 10 

Aldborough and Aldeborough, an escallop 
or, between two wings az. 141. 10 

Aide, a torteau. 159. 14 

Alden or Aldon, Herts and Jlidd.v., out 

of a ducal coronet or, a demi-lion gu. 

16. 3 

Alden, Herts and Middx., out of a ducal 
coronet per pale gu. and sa., a demi- 
lion rampant or. 16. 3 

Alden, out of a coronet arg., a bat's wing 
gu., surmounted of another arg. 

Aldenham, Baron (Gibbs), Aldenham 
House, Elstrce, Herts, in front of a 
rock ppr., a dexter arm in armour em 
bowed, the hand gauntletted ppr., 
holding a battle-axe in bend sinister sa. 
Tenax propositi. 231. i 

Alder, a griffin's head gu. 66. i 

Alderford, Norf., a rat ppr. 136. 11 

Alderington, a dexter hand holding a 
hawk's lure ppr. 217. 8 

Alderley, a mailed dexter arm embowed 
ppr., grasping a cross-hilted sword also 
ppr., hilted or, transfixing a boar's head 
sa. 

Aldersey, Hugh, Esquire, J.P., of Aldersey 
Hall and Spurstow, Chester, a demi- 
griffin segreant gu., beaked and legged 
or, issuing from a plume of five feathers 
of the last. Alnus semper floreat. 

240. 5 



Aldham, issuant from a mount vert four 
ostrich-feathers arg., conjoined at the 
points by a mill-rind or. 

Alderson, Norf., from a plume of feathers 
arg., a griffin rising of the same. 64. 9 

Alderson, from behind a mount vert, 
thereon a branch of alder, the sun 
rising ppr. 

Alderson, a pillar ppr. 176- 3 

Alderson, Middx.: (i) A dove, in its 
beak an olive-branch ppr. {for Aider- 
son). 92.5. (2) A boar's head couped 
or {for Lloi/d). 43- i 

Alderton, Sufi., a crescent arg. 163. 2 

Aldewinckle, Aldewincle, Aldewinkell, 
Aldwinckle, and Aldwinkle, a wyvern, 
wings addorsed, ducally crowned, 
vonuting fire. 70. 10 

Aldham, Shrimpling. Norf., a talbot's 

head erased or, collared sa., lined gu. 

cf. 56. 2 

Aldhouse, Aldhowse, Aldehowse, Aldous, or 
Aldus, a bird rising gu. 87. 3. (77" 
above crest was exhibited at the V istt'ti fm 
of Suffolk, anno 1664, 6y Johi' AI'l- 
howse of Moulton, in that countij, i-hm 
he recorded his pedigree. It was, however, 
" respited for further proof," which does 
not appear to have been made.) 

Aldirford, a monkey's head ppr. 136. 14 

Aldjo, a stump of an oak sprouting new 
branches ppr. 145-2 

Aldon, out of a ducal coronet or, a demi- 
lion gu. 

Aldred, an arm in armour embowed, hold- 
ing a cross crosslet fitched in pale. 

198. 5 

Aldrich, a bull passant arg., armed or. 
Fortitudo vincet. cf. 45. 2 

Aldrich-BIake, uses the same. 

Aldrich, a griffin segreant. 62. 2 

Aldridge, Charles Powlett, of St. Leonard's 
Forest, Susses, an arm couped below 
the shoulder vested az., charged with a 
bezant, the hand holding a quill arg. 
Dirige. 

Aldridge, Herbert Henry, Esquire, same 
crest and motto. 

Aldridge, John Barttelot, Esquire, same 
crest and motto. 

Aldridge or Aldrige, a phoenix ui flames 
ppr. 82. 2 

Aldridge, a phoenix in flames ppr., 
charged on the breast and on each 
wing with a bezant. 

Aldrington, a dexter hand holding a 
hawk's lure ppr. 217. 8 

Aldwell, Lieutenant-Colonel Theobald 
Butler, M.A., co. Moyne, Tipperary, 
Ireland, an osprey with brings elevated 
ppr., resting the dexter claw upon an 
escutcheon of the Butler arms, viz., 
" or, a chief indented az." 

Aldwell, Rev. Basil S., of St. Luke's, 
Portsea, Hants, same crest. 

Aldwinckle, see Aldewinckle. 

Aldwinkle, see Aldewinckle. 

Aldworth, R . Esquire, of Newmarket, 
Ireland, a dexter arm in armour 
embowed, the hand grasping a sword, 
all ppr. yec temere, nee timide. 

Aldworth, Robert, Esquire, of Westlake, 
West Coker, Yeovil, Somerset, and 
Newmarket Court. Newmarket, co. 
Cork, same crest and motto. 

Aldworth, Scotland, a torteau. 159. 14 

Aldworth, a demi-dragon rampant arg., 
holding a cross crosslet fitchee gu. 



ALE 

Aldworth, a sand-glass winged. 113. 11 

Alan, Ireland, a heraldic tiger holding 
a rose. 

Alen, Ireland, a demi-heraldic tiger quar- 
terly or and gu., gorged with a collar 
counterchanged, chained of the first, 
and holding between the paws a juilie 
flower of three branches ppr. Fortis 
et fidclis. 

Aleneon, Fiance, a greyhound arg. 

cf. 60. 2 

Alephe, London, a cock's head erased. 

90. I 

Aleston or Alston, a lion passant regar- 
dant gu., ducally gorged and chained. 

Alexander, Earl of Stirling, a bear sejant 
erect ppr. Per mnre, per terras. 34. 8 

Alexander, Major George Agar, Colamore 
Lodge, Dalkey, co. Dublin, crest as 
above. 

Alexander, Porydstone, Ayr, a bear sejant. 
I'lj- )nare, per terras. 3J. 8 

Alexander, Very Rev. John, of Mulrankin 
l;<itory, Wexford, same crest and 
motto. 

Alexander, a bear rampant ppr. 

Alexander, Scotland, an elephant passant 
ppr. Per mare, per terras. cf. 133. Q 

Alexander, Sir Claud, Bart., J. P., of 
Ballochmyle, co. Ayr, Scotland, an 
elephant ppr. Perseverantia vincit. 

133- 9 

Alexander-Sinclair, Edwyn Sinclair, Es- 
quire, of Freswick, Caithness-sh., an 
elephant passant ppr. Perseverantia 

Alexander, «ee Caledon, Earl of. 195-2 

Alexander, a dexter arm in armour em- 
bowed, holding a sword ppr., pommel 
and hilt or. 195-2 

Alexander, SummerhiU, Kent, a hand 
holding a sword ppr. 212. 13 

Alexander, Kent, a cubit arm erect, 
holding a sword ppr., pommel and 
hilt or. 212. 3 

Alexander, Sir Lionel Cecil, Bart., Kents- 
town, CO. Meath, a dexter ami em- 
bowed, holding a dagger ppr., charged 
on the wrist with a muUet or. Per 
mare, per terras. 

Alexander, James Dalison, D.L., Hamp- 
sell Manor, Eridge, Sussex, an arm in 
armoiu" embowed ppr., holding a 
dagger of the last, hilt and pommel or. 
Per mare, per terras. 

Alexander, Granville Henry Jackson, 
Esquire, J.P. and D.L., of Forkhill, 
CO. Armagh, an arm in armour em- 
bowed, the hand grasping a sword, all 
ppr., and charged on the elbow with an 
annulet sa. Per mare, per terras. 

Alexander, Lesley William, Esquire, J.P., 
of 29, Campden Grove, Kensington, 
an arm embowed in armour ppr., in 
the hand a sword, all ppr., pommel and 
hilt or. Per mare, per terras. 

Alexander, London, an arm in armour em- 
bowed, the hand grasping a sword, aU 
ppr. 195. 2 

Alexander, Henry, Esquire, D.L., of Fork- 
hill, CO. Armagh, Ireland, an arm in 
armour embowed, the hand grasping a 
sword in bend sinister ppr., on the 
elbow an annulet sa. Per mare, per 
terras. cf. 195. 2 

Alexander of Pitskellie, two dexter hands 
conjoined in fesse. Oraetlabora. 224. 2 



ALE 

Alexander of AuchmuU, a hand holding 
a pair of scales ppr. Quod libi ne 
al.teri. 217. 13 

Alexander of Boghall, a hand holding a 
quill-pen. Fidem servo. 217. 10 

Alexander, Scotland, a talbot arg., col- 



lared 



g";. 



54- 2 



Alexander, Hants, a talbot's head erased 
arg., collared gu. Nil desperandum. 

56. I 

Alexander of Kinglassie, a horse's head 
conped gu., bridled arg. Ducitur non 
trahitur. 51-5 

Alexander, a horse's head arg., bridled sa. 
DucituT non trahitur. 51-5 

Alexander, a cock arg., beaked and mem- 
bered gu. 91. 2 

Alexander, Stirling, a beaver ppr. Per 
ninrc, per terras. 134. 8 

Alexander of Fowls, same crest and 

Alexander, Scotland, on a mount vert, an 
otter passant ppr. Per mare, per 
terras. rf. 134. 5 

Alexander, Scotland, a serpent waved in 
fesse ppr. Ingenium vires superat. 

142. 6 

Alexander, Scotland, a serpent coiled in 
fesse. Iiigeniutn vires superat. 

Alexander, Halifax, Yorks, a demi-lion 
gardant, wielding with its dexter paw 
a battle-axe ppr., the sinister paw 
resting on a cross fleury, and gorged 
with a collar az., charged with two 
bezants. 

Alford, Berks and Sussex, a boar's head 
arg., with a broken spear in the mouth, 
handle tlirust down the throat or. 

42. 10 

Altord, Surrey, Yorks, and Shropsh., a 

boar's head erect arg., in the mouth 

three feathers of a pheasant's tail ppr. 

41. 12 

Alford, Charles John, Esquire, F.R.G.S., 
of 30, Wilbury Road, Brighton, an 
escallop inverted arg., surmounting a 
crosier in bend sinister or. Vive nt 
vivas. 261. 16 

Alford, Edward Fleet, Esquire, F.R.G.S., 
F.L.S., of 26, the Boltons, South 
Kensington, same crest and motto. 

Alford, Rev. Josiah George, of Stoke 
Bishop Vicarage, Bristol, same crest 
and motto. 

Alford, Robert Gervase, Esquire, 
F.R.G.S., of 30, Wilbury Road, 
Brighton, same crest and motto. 

Alford, Suff., a hind's head ppr. 1 24. i 

Alford, Viscount, see Brownlow, Earl. 

Alfounder, Essex, an arm couped at the 
elbow and erect, vested gu., cuffed 
arg., holding in the hand ppr. three 
nails or, all between two wings of the 
second. 207. 9 

Altrey and Allfrey, an ostrich-head and 

neck between two ostrich-feathers arg. 

97. 14 

Alfrey and Allfrey, an ostrich-head and 
neck between two ostrich-feathers arg., 
gorged with a ducal coronet or. 97. 9 

Algar and Alger, a greyhound's head sa., 
charged with four bezants or. 61. 12 

Algar, Claudius George, Esquire, solicitor, 
17, Abchurch Lane, London, E.G., a 
greyhound's head. Honors ei amore. 
61. 12 

Algeo, the stump of a tree ppr. Non 
deficit alter. 



Algeo, Captain Henry James, of Bally- 
braok, co. Dublin, the stump of a tree 
ppr. Non deficit alter. 

Algeo, Lewis, Esquire, of Glenboz Manor, 
Hamilton, co. Leitrim, the stump of a 
tree ppr. No>i deficit alter. 

Algle, Algeo, and Algoe, a bear rampant 
supporting a staff raguly. 34. 9 

Algist, a dexter and a sinister arm, couped 
in saltier, each from the shoulder, 
vested gu., cuffed or, and holding in 
the hand ppr. a scimitar arg., hilted 
of the second. 203. 10 

Algloval, a goat statant arg. 

Algoe, Scotland, a bear sejant erect, sup- 
porting a staff. 34. 7 

Algoe, see Algie. 

Algood and Allgood, two arms in armour 
embowed, holding up a flaming heart, 
aU ppr. 194. 7 

Algood, Northumb. and Devonsh., two 
arms in armour embowed ppr., holding 
in the hands a human heart gu., in- 
flamed or, charged with a tower triple- 
towered arg. 194. 10 

Alicock, Northamp., a cock erm., combed 
and wattled or. 91. 2 

AUe, a dexter hand holding up the sun 
ppr. 

Alington, Baron (Alington), a talbot pas- 
sant ppr., billettee or. Dieu est tout. 

cf. 54. I 

Alington, of Swinhope, Lines, a talbot 
passant erm. 54. i 

Alington, Baron (Sturt), Crichel, Wim- 
borne, a demi-lion rampant gu., holding 
a banner of the last o'lirged with a 
rose arg., the staff and fringe or. En 
Dieu est tout. 251.2 

Alington, Vice-Admiral Arthur Hilde- 
brand, J.P.. of Swinhope, North 
Thoresby, S.O., Lines, a talbot passant 
erm. Non pour haine. — En Dieu est 
tout. 

Alington, Julius, Esquire, J.P., of Little 
Barford, St. Neot's, co. Hunts, same 
crest and motto. 

Alison, Scotland, a tree ppr., with a bell 
hung on the branches on each side. 
Crescit sub pondere virtus. 143. 10 

Alison, Scotland, an oak-tree ppr., with 
a weight hanging on each side. Crescit 
sub pondere virtus. 143. 10 

Alison, Scotland, an eagle's head erased 
ppr. Vinc.it Veritas. 83. 2 

Alison, Rev. A., Scotland, an eagle's head 
erased ppr. Vincit Veritas. 83. 2 

Alison, Major-General Sb Archibald, 
K.C.B., 2nd Bart., 93, Eaton Place, 
same crest and motto. 

Alison and Allison, Scotland, a falcon's 
head erased ppr. Vincit Veritas. 

88. 12 

Aljoy, Scotland, the stump of an oak- 
tree, new branches sprouting. Non 
deficit alter. 145. 2 

Alkene, Askue, or Ayskew, a man's head 
affrontee, couped at shoulders. 

cf. 190. 5 

Allaire, on a lily a butterfly volant ppr. 

Allam of Normanhurst, Romford, on a 
mount vert, a bull passant gu. Nil 
sinelabore. 4S- 7 

Allan, Scotland, a talbot's head erased sa. 
Spero. 56. 2 

Allan, James, Esquire, shipowner, Glas- 
gow, a talbot's head erased sa. Spero. 
56.2 



ALL 

Allan, Bryce, Esquire, shipowner, Liver- 
pool, a talbot's head erased sa. Spero. 
56. 2 

Allan, Alexander, Esquire, shipowner, 
Glasgow, a talbot's head erased sa. 
Spero. 56. 2 

Allan, Alexander, of Aros House, near 
I Tobermory, Isle of Hull, N.B., same 

crest and motto. 
j Allan, R. S., of 15, Woodside Terrace, 
! Glasgow, same crest and motto. 

Allan, Robert Gilkison, Esquire, of 
Rosemont, Aigburth, Liverpool, a 
talbot's head erased sa. Spero. 

Allan, Scotland, a comet ppr. Taicco et 
terreo. 164. 10 

Allan, Durh., a demi-lion rampant ppr., 
holding up a rudder gu. Fortiter gerit 
crucem. 11. 11 

Allan, Scotland, a dexter arm bendways 
I grasping a sabre ppr. Dirigat Deus. 

Allan, Scotland, a cross crosslet fitched 
gu. Fide et lahore. 166. 2 

Allan of Middlesex and of Errol, Scotland, 
an eagle rising ppr. Fortiter. 77. 5 

Allan of Eastwood, Mid-Lothian, the 
same. 

Allan, .see Havelook-AUan. 

AUan of BlackweU Grange, Durh., 
a demi-lion rampant arg., ducally 
crowned gu., holding in the dexter 
I paw a cross-potent or, and supporting 
with the sinister a rudder of the second. 
Fortiter gerit crucem. 1 1 . 9 

Allan, Barton, Yorks, same crest and 
motto. 

Allanby, Henry Charles Kynman, of 
Monk's Tower, Lincoln, a crescent 
gu., issuant therefrom a demi-lion 
rampant ppr., holding between the 
paws a horseshoe, also gu. Fide et 
labore. 266. 3 

Allanby, «ee Montgomsrie. 

Alland, a bear's paw erect ppr. 36. 6 

Allanson, a demi-eagle, wings expanded. 
Virtute et labore. 80. 2 

Allanson, Yorlcs and Lanes, a demi- 
griflin, wrings displayed erm., collared 
gemelle. 

Allanson, see Alanson. 

Allanson- Winn, sec Headley, Baron. 

Allanson and AUenson, on a mount 
vert, a lion rampant gardant or, sup- 
porting a long cross gu. 3. 15 

Allanson, John Bath, Carnarvon, Wales, 
issuant from a mount vert, a demi-lion 
guardant or, holding in the paws a 
cross gu. Labor et honor. 

Allardas, Allardice, Allerdyce, Scotland, a 
I torteau between two wings az. 

cf. 1 10. 4 

1 Allardice, a dove and olive-branch. 

AmicUia sine fraude. 92. 5 

I Allardice and AUerdiee of that ilk, a 

I naked man from the middle grasping 

I in his dexter hand a scimitar, all ppr. 

In defence of the distressed. — My 

defence. 186. 3 

Allardice, Barclay-, David Stuart, of Bel- 
mont Avenue, Providence, Rhode 
Island, U.S..-\. : (i) A naked man from 
the middle, holding in his dexter hand 
I a scimitar ppr. (for Allardice). 186. 3. 
(2) A Bishop's mitre or (for Barclay). 
In defence of the distressed. — In cruce 
spero. cf. 180. 5 

Allardice, Barclay-, Robert, Esquire, of 
1 Rose Hill, Lostwithiel, Cornw. : (i) A 



ALL 

naked man from the middle, in his 
dexter hand a scimitar, all ppr. (2) A 
bishop's mitre or (jor Barclay). In \ 
defence oj the distressed. — In cruce ^ 
spero. I 

Allardice, formerly of Dunninald an ear 
of wheat and a palm-branch in saltier 
ppr. Bene qui pacifici. 1 54. 10 

Allatt, a unicorn's head arg., collared 
sa. c/. 49. II 

Allatt, on a demi-bezant issuing a bee- 
hive, bees swarming ppr. 

Allaunson, Durh., a pheon arg., the shaft 
broken or. 174- 10 

Allaunson, on a mount vert, a lion ram- 
pant gardant gu., supporting a long 
cross or. 3- ' 5 

Allaway and Alloway, an anchor in pale 
ppr. 161. I 

Allaway and Alloway, on an anchor a 
dove, holding in its beak an olive- 
branch, all ppr. cf. 94. 4 

Allaway, Heref., two anchors in saltier 
sa., thereon a dove holding in the beak 
a branch of olive ppr. Dei dono sum 
quod sum. 

Allcard, Lanes, a demi-swan, wings ele- 
vated arg., semee of mullets az., holding 
in the beak a bulrush ppr. Semel et 
semper. 

AUchin, William Henry, M.D., 5, Chandos 
Street, Cavendish Square, W., a 
human heart gu., ducally crowned 
or, between two wings displayed arg. 
Non est mortale quod opto. 

Allcock, see Alcock. 

AUcrnft, Herbeiu John, of Stokesay 
Court, Salop, out of the battlements 
of a tower a demi-Uon ppr., holding in 
the dexter paw a flagstaff, therefrom 
flowing to the sinister a banner sa., 
charged with a tower arg., and resting 
the sinister paw on an escutcheon, 
also arg., charged with a iieur-de-Iis 
sa. Dai Deus incrementum. 

AUden, AUdin, and Alldon, a scimitar 
and a caduceus in saltier, ensigned 
with a round hat. cf. 171. i 

Allebaster, see Alabaster and Arblaster. 

AUebone, see Albon. 

Alger, see Algar. 

Alleet, Ireland, a demi-unicom salient re- 
gardant arg., horned and maued or. 

48. 9 

Allen, Middx., see Allan. 

Allen, James Franklin Swithen, Esquire, 
M.D., M.Ch., R.U.I., of Pietermaritz- 
burg. Natal, South Africa, an ogress 
charged with a talbot's head erased or. 
Fidelis morie tarn vita: 263. 6 

AUen, Viscount, Ireland, a bezant charged 
with a talbot's head erased sa. Tri- 
umpho morte tarn. vitd. cf. 57. i 

Allen, the late WiUiam, of Wink House, 
Thurnscoe, Yorks, a talbot's head 
erased ppr., collared gu. Semper 






Allen, Samuel, Esquire, M.A., LL.D., J.P., 
Barrister-at-law, of Lisconnan, Der- 
vock, CO. Antrim, Ireland, a bezant 
charged with a talbot's head erased 
sa., gorged with a chaplet of fern 
ppr. Halo mori quam jcedari. 57. i 

Allen, Chelsea, a talbot's head erased per 
pale, indented arg. and gu., collared 
and chained sa. 

Alien, Colonel Ralph Edward, of Bath- 
ampton, Somers., same crest. 



10 

Allen, London, a talbot passant sa., 
collared gu., ears and chain or. 

cf. 54- 5 

Allen, Benjamin Haigh, of Clifford Priory, 
Heref., same crest. 

Allen, Jefierys Philip Thomas, of Lyng- 
ford. Taunton, same crest. 

Allen, George Edmund, of Wickeridge, 
Ashburton, Devonsh., same crest. 

Allen of Grove, Kent, on a ducal coronet 
or, lined erm., a bloodhound passant 
sa,, collared of the first, armed gu. 

cf. 54. 9 

Allen, Kent, on a ducal coronet or, lined 
erm., a bloodhound statant sa., col- 
lared or. cf. 54. 9 

Allen, on a mount vert, a hound statant 
sa. 57- 4 

Allen, Kent, a talbot passant or, collared 
gii. cf. 54. I 

AUen, Kent, on a mount vert, paled 
round or, a hound sa., collared or. 

Allen, a demi-greyhound rampant paly 
of six arg. and sa., collared gu., hold- 
ing between the paws a crescent or. 

Allen, Yorks, a demi-greyhound ram- 
pant sa., holding in his dexter paw 
a crescent arg. DUigenter et fidel.iter. 

Alien, Marcus, Esquire, a bezant charged 
with a talbot's head erased sa., gorged 
with a chaplet of fern ppr. Malo mori 
quam fcedari. 

Allen, Samuel, Esquire, J.P., same crest 
and mottD. 

AJIen, Berks, a bird, wings elevated. 
Triumplho morte tarn vitd. 

Allen, Chesh., a martlet or, wings elevated 
sa., collared gu. cf. 95. 11 

Allen, Chester, a martlet rising or, winged 
sa. cf. 95. II 

AUen or AUeyn, Chesh., Suff., and Wilts, 
a martlet arg., winged and holding 
in the beak an acorn or, leaved vert. 

AUen, Pembroke, the same crest. Ami- 
citia sine fraude. 

Allen of Inchmartin, Perthsh., and 
Eveley, Hants, an eagle rising ppr. 
Fortiler. 77. 5 

Allen of London, a dove holding in its 
beak an olive-branch. At spes solamen, 
— Amicitia sine fratide. 92. 5 

AUen, George Baugh, Esquire, of 5, 
Albert Terrace, Regent's Park, same 
crest. Amicitia sine fratide. 

Allen, Henry Seymour, of CresseUy, 

Pembroke, a dove holding in its beak 

an ohve-branch. Amicitia sine fraude. 

92. 5 

Allen of Hazel Hill, Neyland, Pem- 
brokesh., a dove holding in the beak 
an olive-branch, all ppr. 

AUen, Somers., a partridge, wings ele- 
vated. 

Allen, a cock or, combed, wattled, and 
legged gu. 91. 2 

AUen, Middx., an eagle rising ppr. For- 
titer. 77. 5 

' AUen of Errol, an eagle perched, wings 
I expanded. Fortiter. /"j. 5 

AUen, Ralph Edward, Esquire, of 10, 
Hanover Square, W. , a Cornish chough 
with wings endorsed ppr. Jamais 

Allen, Scotland, a demi-lion gu. Re- 
member. 10. 3 

AUen of Thaxted, Essex, Bart., and Fen- 
church, Middx., a demi-lion az., hold- 
ing a rudder. 1 1 . 11 



ALL 

AUen, Berks, a naked demi-female, hold- 
ing in her dexter hand a spear erect, 
aU ppr. 

Allen, Ireland, a demi-tiger rampant gu. 
Virtus auro praiferenda. cf. 25. 10 

Allen, Richmond Robert, M.D., of 2, 
West Hill, Dartford, Kent, a demi- 
heraldic tiger gu. Virtus auro prm- 
ferenda. 

Allen, Devonsh., a muUet gn., pierced 
or. 

Alien, van, William Harman, Esquire, 
Ph.D., 435, Fifth Avenue, New York, 
U.S. .A.., two wings displayed gu.; 
each charged with a chevron arg. 

no. 2 

Alien, out of a ducal coronet or, a horse's 
head arg. Sine labe decus. 51-7 

AUen, Hogge- : ( i ) The battlements of a 
tower ppr., therefrom issuing a horse's 
head per chevron engrailed arg. and 
gu. [for Allen). (2) Two spears in 
saltire in front of an oak-tree eradi- 
cated and fructed, aU ppr. (for Hogge). 
Quercus glandifera arnica porcis. 

cf. 50. 4 

Allen, Edward, Esquire, of Stowford 
Lodge, Ivybridge, South Devonsh., a 
lion's head erased. DUigenter et 
fldditer. 

Alien, a griffin's head erased, per fesse 
arg. and gu. 66. 2 

AUen, London, a demi-griflin, holding a 
branch vert, fructed or. cf. 64. 2 

Allen, an arm vested az., the hand hold- 
ing a hunting-horn gu., garnished or. 
Vivite forten. 

Alien, Captain Robert Calder, R.N., C.B., 
72, Shireland Gardens, Maida Vale, 
London, an arm vested az., the hand 
holding a hunting-horn gu., garnished 
or. Vivite fortes. 

AUen, Surrey, issuing out of flames of lire 
an arm couped at the elbow erect, 
holding in the hand a human heart, all 
ppr. 216. II 

Allen, out of a ducal coronet or, two 
falchion -swords, saltireways, all ppr. 

Allen, a snake coiled supporting two pen- 
nons in .saltier. 175. 12 

Allen, Lanes, out of a coronet a wolf's 
head erm., maned or. 

Allen, the late George, Esquire, of Queen's 
Terrace, Windsor, on a mount vert, a 
wheat-ear ppr., rising and regardant, 
holding in the beak an ear of wheat or, 
between four similar ears of wheat, 
two on either side. God giveth ' the 
increase. -7^. 7 

AUen, Rev. George Cantrell, M.A., of 
CrarJeigh School, Surrey, same crest 
and motto. 

AUenson and AUeson, a talbot's head or, 
collared and ringed az., between two 
wings expanded of the last. 

AUenson, a demi-lion rampant gardant, 
holding a cross gu. 

AUerdyce, see AUardyce. 

Allerton, Baron (Jackson), Allerton Hall, 
Leeds, a horse or, holding in the mouth 
an ear of wheat sUpped vert, and resting 
the foreleg on three annulets, one and 
two interlaced gu. Essayes. 

AUerton, a lion's head gu., coUared sa. 

18. 6 

Alias and AUez, a thistle ppr. 1 50. 5 

AUestowe or HaUestowe, a hand holding 
the butt-end of a broken spear. 



ALL 

Allestry, a demi-lion rampant az., bran- 
dishing a scimitar arg., hilted or. 

14. lo 

Allett of Iwood, Somers., a unicorn's 
licail arg., collared sa. c/. 49. 11 

Allett, a unicorn's head erased arg., 
iiillared with a bar gemel sa., homed 
.ir. cf. 49. 5 

Alley, a lion's face or, between two 
wings sa. 2 

Alley, Ireland, out of a ducal coronet 
or, a mullet gu., between two laurel 
branches vert. 146. 7 

Alleyn and AlIyD, Devonsh., a demi-lion 
rampant az., supporting a rudder or. 

II. II 

AUeyn, a demi-lion gu., supporting a 
rudder sa. 11 

Alleyn and Allyn, a demi-lion rampant 
az., fretty arg., holding a rudder gu, 
cf. n. 

AUeyn, issuing out of flames of fire, an 
arm couped at the elbow and erect, 
holding a human heart, all ppr. 216. 11 

Alleyne, Sir John Gay Newton, Bart., 
of Alleyn Dale Hail, Barbados, and 
Chevin, Belper, Derbysh., out of a dncal 
coronet or, a horse's head arg. Non 
tua te movennt scd jmblica iota. 5 

Allez, see AUes. 

AUfrey, an ostrich-head between two 
ostrich-feathers arg. 97. 14 

AUfrey, Herbert CyrU (late of Wokefield 
Park, Berks), an ostrich-head and 
neck gorged with a coronet or, between 
two ostrich-feathers arg. 97. 9 

AllgOOd. Rev. James, M.A., of Nunwick, 
Nortliumb., two arms in armour em- 
bowed ppr., holding in the hands a 
human heart, inflamed, charged with a 
tower, triple -towered arg. Age omne 



IQ4- 



AUgood, Rev. James, M.A., same crest 
and motto. 

Allhusen, Augustus Henry Eden, Esquire, 
Stoke Court, Stoke Pogia, Bucks, a 
demi-lion rampant gardant az., holding 
in the dexter paw a passion-cross or, 
all between two open buffalo-horns of 
the last. Devant si je puis. 11. 13 

AUhusen, William Hutt, Esquire, of 
15, Kensington Palace Gardens, W., a 
demi-lion guardant az., holding in the 
dexter paw a passion-cross or, between 
two open buffalo-horns of the last. 
DevaiU si je puis. 

AUhusen, Wilton, Esquire, of 61, Eaton 
Place, S.W., a demi-lion guardant az., I 
holding in the dexter paw a passion- 
cross or, between two open buffalo- 
horns of the last. Honour first. 

AUibane, a spaniel sejant ppr. 57. 9 

Allibone, see Albon. 

Allicock and AUicocke, a cock ppr. 91. 2 

AlUeson or Allison, a demi-savage bran- 
dishing a scimitar ppr. 1S6. 3 

AUin, Suff., a snake coiled up and en- 
vironed with flags or rushes ppr. 

AUin, a partridge, wings expanded. 

AUin, Bart. : (i) A sword erect arg., hilt 
and pommel or 170. 2. (2) On an 
open Bible a hand couped closed hold- 
ing a sword erect. 

AUingbridge, a castle triple-towered 
ppr., flag displayed arg., charged 
with a cross sa. 155. 8 j 

AUingbam, a church and spire environed 
with trees ppr. 158. 11 I 



II 

AUington, out of a ducal coronet or, a 
buck's head ppr., attired of the first, 
pierced through the neck with an 
arrow of the same, barbed and flighted 
arg. 
AlUngton, a talbot or, langued gu. 

cf. ';4. 2 

AUington, of Horse Heath, Cambs, a 

talbot passant erm. 54. i 

AUington, a talbot passant erm. Non 

pour haine. 54. i 

AUison, see Alison. 

AUison, a pheasant holding in the dexter 

claw a key, and in the beak an ear of 

barley ppr. 90. 12 

Allison, Scotland, an eagle's head erased 

ppr. Vincit Veritas. S3. 2 

AUison, the late Colonel James John, 

p.L., J.P.. of Beaufront, Roker, 

Sunderland, a peacock in piide ppr. 

Vincit Veritas. 103. 12 

AUison, Robert Andrew, of Scaleby Hall, 

Carlisle, same crest and motto. 
Allison, Col. William Henry, J. P., D.L., 
of Underclift'e, Durh., same crest and 
motto. 
AUIston, Frederick Prat, Esquire, of 
Kamesburgh, Beckenham, Kent, in 
front of an eagle's head erased holding 
in the beak a sprig of the cotton-tree 
slipped and fructed, aU ppr., a shuttle 
fesseways or, thread pendent gu. 
Renovate animos. 
AUix, Noel Charles Noel, WiUoughby 
HaU, Lines, a wolf's head erased ppr. 
30. 8 
AUmack, a tower ppr. Cavendo tutus. 

156.21 
AUman, pusses, a leg m armour couped ' 
above '■^^ knee ppr., spurred or. 

193. I 
Allnett a°t' AUnutt, a thunderbolt ppr. 

174. 13 
AUot and Allott, an arm couped at the 
shouliier and embowed ppr., the eluOV.' 
resting on the wreath, vested gu., 
grasping a sword enfiled with a 
leopard's head. 204. 4 

AUot and AUott, the same, but the arm 

not vested. 
AUot of Hague Hall, Yorks, a dexter cubit 
arm erect, vested or, charged with a 
fesse double cotised wavy az., the cuff 
arg., holding in the hand ppr. a mullet 
or. FortHer el rede. 266. 2 

Allot, John George, Esquire, of Eastfield, 

Louth, Lines, same crest and motto. 

AUott, Yorks, a cubit arm erect, vested 

gu., cuffed or, holding in the hand 

ppr. a mullet of the second, cf. 206. 1 3 

AUott, Rev. Henry Hep worth, of the 

Rectory, Stifford, Grays, Essex, a 

dexter arm couped at the elbow, 

habited or charged with a fesse double 

cotised wavy az., cuff arg., the hand 

ppr. holding a muUet or. Forliter et 

recte. 266. 2 

AUott, Rev. Robert James, of Westgate, 

Louth, Lines, same crest and motto. 

AUoway, an anchor in pale ppr. 161. i 

AUoway, an anchor in pale ppr., thereon 

a dove holding an olive-branch ppr. 

cf. 94. 4 
Allport, Cannock, Staffs, and Shropsh., a 
demi-lion erminois, gorged with a 
mural coronet gu. 
AUpress of St. James's Street, West- 
minster, on a mount vert, an eagle with 



two hands displayed per pale nebuly 
az. and gu., resting each claw upon a 
pomegranate leaved and slipped or. 
Mors levior quam dedecus. 

Allsop, AUsup, and Alsope, a dove holding 
in its beak an olive-branch ppr. 

92. 5 

Allsopp, Baron Hindlip, see Hindlip. 

AUtham and Altham, a demi-lion gu., 
supporting the rudder of a ship sa. 

II. II 

Allvey and Alvey, a plough ppr. 178. 7 

Allwright or Alwright, on a chapeau a 
greyhound statant, aU ppr. 58. 4 

AUye, Tewkesbury, Glouc, a leopard's 
head or, between two wings sa. 

AUye, Dorset, a stag's head erased per 
pale arg. and or, attired of the first, 
gorged with a coUar embattled and 
counter-embattled gu., charged with 
three escallops of the second. 

AUyn, a tree eradicated vert, fructed 
with branches of berries gu. 

Almack, Suff'., a tower arg., thereon a 
flag having inscribed on it " Pax." 
Mack al sicker. 157. 13 

Alman, of Pearnsey, Sussex, a leg in 
armour, spurred or, couped in the 
middle of the thigh. 193. i 

Almanerlaval, a tower ppr. 156. 2 

Almard, a stag trippant ppr. 117. 8 

Almayne, on a ducal coronet or, a cinque- 
foil gu. 

Almears or Almeers, a long cross crossed 
on three grieces arg. 166. 6 

Aimer and Almor, a. palmer's staff ere.ct 

Almericus, a nag's head erased arg., 

ducaUy gorged or. cf. 51. 4 

Almewake and Alnwick, on a chapeau a 

cock, all ppr. 91. 12 

Almiger, on a ducal coronet ppr., a tiger 

sejant gu. 24. 11 

Almond, three cinquefoils az., stalked 

and leaved vert. 
Almond, a globe vert, garnished and 

ensigued with a cross patee or. 

159. 12 
Almot, Alnot, and Alneot, a thunderbolt 

ppr. 174. 13 

Alms, a stag's head erased or. 121. 2 
Alnwick, on a chapeau a cock, aU j)pr. 

91. 12 
AIpe, a biUI's head erased sa. 44. 3 

Alphe, Hants, out of a ducal coronet or, a 

hawk's head arg. 89. 4 

Alphe, Hants, out of a ducal coronet an 

eagle's head ppr. cf. 83. 14 

Alpjn, Scotland, a man's head coupecl 

affrontee ppr. Virtutis regia merces. 

190. 10 
Alport, Staffs, Warw., and Shropsh., a 

demi-lion erminois, gorged with a 

mural coronet gu. 
Aired, Holderness, Yorks, a griffin's 

head ppr. 66. I 

Alsop and Alsope, see Allsop. 
Alsop^ Derbysh. and Leics., a dove, wings 

expanded or, beaked and legged gu., 

holding in its beak an ear of wheat 

of the first. 
Alsop, a dove, in its beak an ear of wheat, 

all ppr., and in its dexter claw a key 

erect sa. 



between two ostrich-feathers s 
Alspath and Alspach, two spears in 
saltire az. 



ALS 



Alstanton, out of a mural 
coronet or, an arm in armour embowed 
holding a dagger, all ppr. 

Alston, Crewe, Odell, Beds, an estoile 
or, between the horns of a crescent 
arg. Immotus. 163. 4 

Alston or Alstone, of Chelsea, Bart., and 
of Mile End, Bart., same crest. 

Alston, a star ppr. E tenehris lux. 164. 3 

Alston, Charles Henry, Esquire, of 
Letterawe, Loch Awe. Argyll, N.B., a 
derai-eagle rising ppr., on each wing a 
crescent reversed gu. In allum. 

cj. 80. 2 

Alston, George, Esquire, of Hill House, 
Newbury, Berks, same crest and 
motto. 

Alston, William, Esquire, of Stockbriggs, 
Lauarksh., same crest and motto. 

Alston, William Charles, Esquire, of 
Elmdon Hall, near Birmingham, same 
crest and motto. 

Alston, William Hamilton, Esquire, of 
Oakburn, Helensburgh, N.B., a denii- 
eagle rising ppr. In Altum. »o. 2 

Alston, a lion passant regardant gu. 6. I 

Alston, Scotland, a demi-eagle rising ppr. 
In altum. 80. 2 

Alston, Charles Henry, Esquire, merchant, 
Glasgow, a demi-eagle rising ppr., on 
each wing a crescent reversed gu. In 
altum. cj. So. 2 

Alston, Westerton, an eagle issuing, wings 
expanded ppr. Sursum. 80. 2 

Alstone, Colonel, Scotland, a demi-eagle, 
wings expanded and iiifortod ppr., on 
each wing a crescent reversed gu. In 
altum. cj. 80. 2 

Alstone of Newton, Suff., Assington, and 
Marleford, out of a crescent arg., an 
etoile or. hmnotus. cj. 163. 4 

Altamont, Earl of, see Sligo, Marquess of. 

Altham and AUtham, a demi-lion gu., 
supporting a rudder sa. 11. 11 

Altham, Cook-: (i) A demi-lion 



Alverd, Alured, or Alvarde, a mill-rind or. 
165. II 

Alverstone, Baron (Webster), Winterfold, 
Cranleigh, Surrey, a swan's head and 
neck erased ppr., encircled by an 
annulet az., and holding in the beak a 
like annulet. Veritas puritas. 245. 2 

Alves and Alvis, see Alvas. 

Alwaye, Streetely, Beds, a hind's head 
arg., between two holly-branches vert, 
fructed with berries gu. 

Alwood and AUwood, a demi-stag salient 
ppr., attired or. 119. 2 

Alwyn, Essex, a lion's gamb erect and 
erased sa., enfiled with a mural coronet 
or. cj. 36. I 

Alye, a lion's face or, between two wings 
sa. 2T. 4 

Alye, a leopard's face or, between a pair 
of wings displayed sa. 

Alye, Dorset, a stag's head erased per 
pale arg. and or, on the neck a fesse 
crenelle gu., charged with three 
escallops of the second. 

Alyson, Kent, a pheon arg., with part of 
broken shaft or. 174. 10 

Amand, Amane, or Amarme, a pome- 
granate ppr. 152. 4 

Amarle or Armarle, a lion passant or, 
resting its dexter paw on a mullet gu. 

Amary, Essex, a cat's head and neck 
affrontee arg., holding in the mouth a 






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Amberley, Viscount, see Russell, Earl of. 

Ambesacs and Amboraes, out of a ducal 

coronet or, a man's head in profile 

Ambler, a mascle or. ,6^. g 

Ambler and Anbler, two dexttf hands 

conjoined supporting a royal c„o,vn 
Ambler, Kirkton, Lines, a demi leopard 

arg., holding a laurel crown ppr 
Amborow, Anbury, or Anborow, - bear's 



head erased sa., niuzzled or. 



35- 2 



uoldir? a ship's racluersa. (/or Mtham] 
II. n." (2) A talbot - sejant sa., 
collared or, reposing the dexter fore- 
paw on an escutcheon arg., charged 
with an estoile az. {jor Cool). Pro 
Deo el Catholica fide. cf. 55.3 

Altham, Edward, Esquire : (i) A demi- 
lion or, charged with three mullets and 
erased gu., holding a ship's rudder sa. 
(2) A talbot sejant sa., collared or, 
reposing the dexter forepaw on an 
escutcheon arg., charged with an 
estoile az. Pro Deo et Catholica fide. 

Altham, John Altham Surtees, Esquire, 
same crest and motto. 

Althan or Althaun, a demi-archer vested, 
shooting ppr. 187. 6 

Althorp, Viscount, see Spencer, Earl of. 

Althoun, a dexter hand apaumee ppr. 

222. 14 

Alvanley, Baron (Arden), out of a ducal 
coronet or, five ostrich-feathers arg., 
charged with a crescent. Patientia 
vinces. 114. 3 

Alvarde, Ipswich, see Alverd. 

Alvares, a demi-lion rampant ppr., hold- 
ing in the dexter paw a mascle az. 

Alvas, Alves, and Alvis, Scotland, a garb 
or. Deo favente. 153-2 

Alvensl»'>?r!, Earon ^•, cut of a mar- 
quess's coronet ppr., a staff raguly per 
pale gu. and or, couped, surmounted 
by a rose. , 



.-, tiiauiiUge, a cross crosslet nfcued lu 

). I pale gu., surmounted by two swords in 

saltier ppr. 166. 14 

Ambros. Ambrose, and Ambross, a hand 
holding a billet arg. 215. 11 

Ambrose, William Henry, Esquire, 45, 
St. James's Square. Netting Hill, W., 
and Lanarksh., issuant from the 
battlements of a tower or, a cubit arm 
ppr., holding in the hand a billet in 
bend sinister, also or. J'espire en 
Dieu. 215. 13 

Ambrose, a cherub's head between two 
wings. 189. 9 

Ambrose, a pelican in her piety or, 
charged on the breast with a shamrock 
ppr. In Heaven is all my trust. C/.98.14 

Ambry or Ambrey, a wolf's head erm., 
holding in the mouth a rose- branch. 

29. 7 

Amcot and Amcots, a squirrel sejant gu., 
cracking a nut or. I35- 7 

Amcotes and Amcotts, Weston Cracroft, 
of Kittlethorpe Park, Newark, and 
Amcotts, Lines: (i) A squirrel sejant 
gu., collared, and eating an acorn or. 
(2) A stock ppr., supporting with his 
dexter foot a battle-axe staff or, 
headed arg. 135. 7 

Amcots, a squirrel sejant gu., collared or. 
135- 4 

Amcotts, Bart., a boar's bead couped and 
erect arg., issuing out of the mouth an 
estoile or. 



AMI 

Amcotts, see Cracroft-Amcotts. 

Ameers, a long cross crossed on three 
grieces arg. 166. 6 

Amenton, an antelope's head ppr. 

cf. 126. 2 

Amerace, a mascle arg. 167. 9 

Amerdley, a heart inflamed gu., winged 
or. no. 6 

Ameredith of Marston, Devonsh., a demi- 
lion rampant sa., ducally gorged and 
lined or. cf. 10. 7 

Ameredith of Tamerton, the same crest. 

Amerex and Americe, a torteau charged 
with a talbot's head arg., erased or. 

57- 5 

Amerie, a dexter hand ppr., holding a 
fieur-dc-Iis in pale or. cf. 215. 5 

Amery of Park House, Stourbridge, out 
of a mural coronet, a talbot's head. 
Tu ne cede malis. 56. 6 

Amery, London, same crest and motto. 

Ames, Frederick, Esquire, of Hawford 
Lodge, near Worcs., a rose arg., 
slipped and leaved ppr., and in front 
thereof an annulet or. 244. 1 1 

Ames, Henry St. Vincent, Esquire, of 
Cote House, Westbury-on-Trym, Bris- 
tol, same crest. Fama Candida rosa 
dulcior, 

Ames, Louis Eric, Esquire, of Linden, 
Morpeth, same crest and motto. 

Ames, Lionel Gerard, of The Hyde, 
Bedford, a rose arg., slipped and leaved 
vert, in front thereof an annulet or. 
Non sihi. cf. 149. 5 

Ames and Amos, a square collegiate cap 
sa. 180. 9 

Amherst Earl (Amherst), Montreal, 
Sevenoaks, Kent, on a mount vert, 
three tilting-spears points upwards or, 
headed arg., one in pale and two in 
saltier, environed with a chaplet of 
laurelvert. Constantiaetvirtute. 175. 11 

Amherst, of Hackney, Baron (Tys'sen- 
Amherst), Didiington Hall, Brandon, 
Norf. : (i) In the centre, on a 
mount vert, three tilting-spears, one 
in pale and two in saltire or, headed 
arg., encircled by a wreath of laurel 
ppr. (for Amhurst or Amherst). 175. 11. 
(2) Upon the dexter side, in front of 
a trefoil slipped vert, a dexter arm 
fessewise couped, vested gu., cuff az., 
the hand ppr. holding a cross crosslet 
fitchee erect, also gu. {/or Daniel). 
207. 8. (3) Upon the sinister side, 
a demi-lion rampant per fesse wavy 
or and az., ducally crowned gu., and 
holding between the paws an escut- 
cheon of the second charged with an 
estoile of the first {/or Tyssen). Victoria 
Concordia crescit {Amherst) ; Toujours 
fret {Daniel) ; Post mortem virttis vire 
scit {Tyssen). 14. 2 

Amherst, Hon. JosceUne George Herbert, 
of Holmesdale, Darlington, Western 
Australia, on a mount vert, three hke 
spears, one erect and two in saltire, 
girt with a wreath of laurel ppr. 
Constanlia et virtute. 
Amhurst, see Amherst. 
Amias, Norf., a buck's head erased arg., 
attired or, the neck gorged with a 
wreath arg. and sa. c/. 121. 2 

Amidas, London, a branch of oak ppr., 
acorned or. c/. 151. 3 

Amiel, a hunting-horn sans strings sa. 

228. II 



AMI 

Amiens, Viscount, Ireland, «ee Aldborough, 

Earl of. 
Amitesly, GIouc, a bezant charged with 

a pale indented gu. cj. 1 59. 6 

Amler, Shropsh., an eagle's head erased. 

83. 2 

Amo, a negress's head from the breasts 

affrontee, the face smiling ppr., with 

ear-rings or. 1S2. 4 

Amock, a man's head from the shoulders 

in profile ppr., vested gu., wreathed arg. 

and sa. 
Amock, a savage's head from the 

shoulders, vested gn., wxeathed arg., 

and sa. 
Amond or St. Amond, Scotland, three 

cinquefoils az., stalked and leaved 

vert. 
Amond, out of a mural coronet a grifBn's 

head. 67. 10 

Amond, Scotland, out of a mural coronet 

a griffin's head ducally gorged. 

67. 6 
Amond, Scotland, an arm in armour 

embowed brandishing a scimitar, all 

ppr. 196. 10 

Amorie or D'Amorie, Glouc, out of a 

mural coronet or, a talbot's head az., 

eared of the first. 56. 6 

Amory, out of a ducal coronet or, a plume 

of seven ostrich-feathers arg., four and 

three. 
Amory, see Heathcote-Amory. 
■ Amos and Ames, a square collegiate cap 

sa. 180. 9 

Amos of St. Ibbs, Herts, a stag's head. 

Sapcre aude. 121. 5 

Amosley, a horse at full speed sa. 52. 8 
Amouth, a battle-axe and the top of a 

javelin in saltier ppr. 
Amphlet, Staffs, a dromedary ppr. 

132. 2 
Amphlett, Richard Holmden, K.C., of 

Wychbold Hall, Worcs., a dromedary 

ppr., bridled sa. 
Amphlett, Rev. Charles, of Earlscombe, 

Worcs., on a mount vert, a drome- 
dary statant ppr., charged with three 

cinquefoils sa. Vincit qui patitur. 
Amphlett, Edward Greenhill, J. P., of 

Worthing, Sussex, on a WTeath arg. 

and az., a dromedary statant ppr., 

with halter and line reflexed over the 

back or, charged on the body with two 

lozenges arg. Chi legge regrje. 292. 1 5 
Amphlett, Charles Edward, Captain 6th 

(Inniskilling) Dragoons, same crest 

and motto. 
Amphlett, a dromedary ppr., bridled sa. 

Honour before honours. 
Amphlett, John, Esquire, Clent, Stour- 
bridge, a dromedary statant, bridled 

ppr. 
Ampthlll, Baron (Russell), Government 

House, Madras, a goat statant arg., 

armed and unguled or, charged witli 

a mullet sa. for difference. (Vie sura 

sara. 307. i 

Amsden and Amsdon, a cross-fleury 

fitched or, fleury gu., between two 

wings ppr. 
Amson of Lees, Chesh., a cock blackbird 

ppr. between two ostrich-feathers 

arg. 
Amson, a crane ppr. 105. 9 

Amy of Jersey, out of a ducal coronet or, 

a peacock's head ppr., holding a sprig 

vert. Hostis honori invidia. 



1.3 

Amy or Amye, Cambs., out of a ducal 
coronet or, an eagle's head ppr., in 
beak a sprig vert. 

Amyand, a naked arm embowed ppr., 
holding three ears of corn bladed, all 
or. I,a vie durante. cf. 202. 6 

Amyand of Moreas Court, Heref., Bart., 
a crow ppr. 107. 14 

Amyas, Norf., 
gorged with 
at the end. 

Amyas, Tilbury, Esses, a hind trippant 
ppr., collared gu. cf. 124. 14 

Amyat and Amyatt, a ram passant ppr. 

cf. 129. 5 

Amyatt, Southampton, a ram passant 
arg. cf. 129. 5 

Amys, Essex, a hind trippant arg., col- 
lared gu cf. 124. 12 

Anables, a stag at gaze ppr. 117. 3 

Anby and Anbley, a dexter hand ppr., 
holding a cross patee fitched in pale 
gu. 221. 12 

Ancaster, Earl of (Heathcote-Drummond- 
Willoughby), Normanton Parli, Stam- 
ford: (i) A Saracen's head affrontee, 
couped at the shoulders ppr., ducally 
crowned or. (2) On a ducal coronet 
or, a sleuth-hound arg., collared and 
leashed gu. (3) On a mural crown az., 
a pomey as in the arms, between two 
wings displayed erm. Loyunte me 

Ancher and Anchor, Kent, a bull's head 

erased gu. 44. 3 

Ancketill, Ireland, an oak-tree ppr., 

acorned or. Vade ad fornicam. 

143- 2 
Ancketill of Anketill's Grove, co. Monag- 

han, same crest and motto. 
Ancketill, Dorset, on a mount vert, an 

oak-tree ppr. 143. 14 

Ancketill, Dorset, the root of an oak- 
tree erased, out of it a live branch 

sprouting ppr., acorned or. 
Ancram, Earl ol, see Lothian, Marquess 

of. 
Ancram, Hill House, Frome, an anchor 

erect sa. Hold fast. 161. i 

Andby, Andy, or Andey, Devonsh., on the 

stump of a tree a crane statant, all 

ppr. 105. 12 

Andby, a dexter hand ppr., holding a 

cross patee fitchee in pale gu. 

cf. 221. 12 I 
Andegarvia, an escarbuncle sa. 164. 12 ! 
Andelby, an escutcheon gu., charged ! 

with a cross raoline or. 
Anderdon, Hants, a dexter arm in ; 

armour, embowed ppr , garnished or, | 

the hand apaumee, also ppr. 200. i 
Anderley, a dolphin haurient devouring 

a fish ppr. 140. 6 

Anderson-, Pelham, Earl of Yarborough, 

see Yarborough. 
Anderson, see Macaulay-Anderson. 
Anderson, Bart., Yorks, a \Yater-spaniel 

passant or. Gnaiitcr. 57. 9 

Anderson, Warw., a talbot passant or. 

54. I 
Anderson, Scotland, a crescent or. 

Gradatim. 163. 2 

Anderson, an oak-tree ppr. Stand sure. 

143- 5 

Anderson of Airdbreck, an oak-tree ppr. 

Stand sure. 14. 35 

Anderson, Sir Alexander, of Aberdeen, an 

oak-tree ppr. Stand sure. 143. 5 



AND 

Anderson of Liverpool, an oak-tree, and 
equally pendant therefrom two weights 
ppr. Pro Deo certo. 143. 10 

Anderson, Bart., of Fermoy, Ireland, a 
tree ppr., surmounted of a saltier 
humettee sa. Stand sure. 

Anderson, James Henry, Esquire, of 
Portarlington Road, West Bourne- 
mouth, upon a mount vert, an oak- 
[ tree ppr., in front thereof three cross 
crosslets fitchee, one in pale and two 
in saltier sa. Stand sure. 

Anderson of New South Wales, a yew-tree 
ppr. Sic viret virtus. — Ubi solum ihi 
ccrtum. 

Anderson, Scotland, a stag lodged ppr. 
Recte quod honeste. nj- 7 

Anderson, on a mount a stag lodged, all 
ppr. 115. 12 

Anderson, Alnwick, a stag lodged amidst 
rushes, the neck pierced with an arrow 
or, headed arg. 

Anderson of Jesmond House, Northumb., 
on a mount vert, a stag lodged, wounded 
in breast by an arrow, in mouth an ear 
of wheat, all ppr., charged on side 
with a bugle-horn or. Nil desperan- 
dum, auspice Deo. 

Anderson, London and Scotland, a 
phoenix in flames ppr. Providentia. 

82. 2 

Anderson, Penley, Herts, a spaniel-dog 
passant ppr. 57. 9 

Anderson, merchant, London; a phoenix 
in flames ppr. Dominus providehit. 

Anderson, an eagle issuing, wings ex- 
panded and inverted ppr., gazing at 
the sun gu. 

Anderson, an eagle issuing. Qui honeste 
fortiter. 

Anderson, an eagle issuing, holding in 
the dexter claw an olive-branch, all 
ppr. Qui honeste fortiter. ?<o. 3 

Anderson, Walter N., of Toronto, Ontario, 
an eagle issuing, holding in the dexter 
claw an olive-branch ppr. Qui honeste 
fortiter. 80. 3 

Anderson of Whiteburgh, a crescent arg. 
Ut se crescit clarescit. 163. 2 

Anderson, Archibald, Esquire, of 30, 
Oxford Square, London, a crescent arg. 
Gradatim. 163. 2 

Anderson of Newbigging, a mullet az. 
Nil conscire sibi. 164- 2 

Anderson, Glasgow, a cloud ppr. Recte 
quod honeste. 162. 13 

Anderson of Glasgow, an elephant's head 
couped ppr. ^ , , 133-2 

Anderson, out of a ducal coronet or, a 
stag's head affrontee, in the mouth a 
dart ppr. cf. 119. 13 

Anderson, London, out of a ducal coronet 
arg., a hind's head or, pierced through 
the neck with an arrow sa., feathered 
of the first. 1 24. 6 

Anderson, Newcastle, an eagle's head 
erased arg., holding in the beak an 
arrow in pale gu., headed and feathered 
or. 

Anderson, George, Esquire, M.A., J.P., of 
Little Harle Tower, Newcastle-upon- 
Tyne (as recorded in the College of 
Arms), in front of a falcon's head 
erased sa, guttee d'or, holding in the 
beak an arrow palewise, head down- 
wards ppr., three hearts or. 88. 8. 
A falcon's head erased sa., guttee. 



AND 

beaked and eyed or, holding in the 
beak an arrow in bend dexter head 
downwards ppr. Vigilatts et certv.s. 

88. 13 
Anderson, Bradley, Durh., on a chapeau 



gu-^ 



turned up erm., a griffin's head 



erased arg., charged on the neck with 
fetterlock aa. 

Anderson, Kenneth Lockwood Morrison, 
Esquire, of Cluny, Swanage, Dorset, 
issuing from waves of the sea a sea- 
horse's head ppr., holding in the 
mouth a trident or, and on an escroll 
below the shield. Stand sure. 

Anderson, Ireland, on a mount a leopard 
couchant gardant, crowned •nnth an 
antique crown. cj. 24. 9 

Anderson-Pelham, Hon. EveUm Corn- 
wallis, of 29, Belgrave Square: (0 A 
peacock in hie pride arg. (for Pelham). 
(2) A water-spaniel or (for Anderson). 
Vincit amor patria. | 

Anderson of Linkwood, a hand holding 
a pen all ppr. Honesty is the best i 
policy. 217. 10 

Anderson, Sussex, a hand holding a pen. 
Honesty is the best policy. 217. 10 

Anderson of Tushielaw, Stirling, a sword 
in pale, between two branches of laurel j 
in orle ppr. Pro bello vel pace. 1 70. 3 

Anderson, SOU HiU, Middx., three 
ostrich-feathers encircled with a chain 
or, on the centre one a crescent. 

Anderson, Aberdeen, a cross-staff erect, 
marked with the degrees of latitude. 
Per more. 

Anderson, a ship in full sail ppr. 160. 13 

Anderton, a dexter arm in armour em- 
bowed ppr., garnished or, the hand 
apaumee ppr. 200. i 

Anderton, Lanes, a curlew arg. 

Anderton, William Arthur Alphonsus 
Joseph Ince (Major), of Euxton, Lanes, 
a curlew ppr. We stoop not. j 

Anderton, E., Esquire, Trunstone, West- 
down, Ilfracombe, a curlew arg. Su- 
pero non cedo. 

Anderton, a stork ppr. 105. 1 1 

Anderton of Brondyffrjrn, Denbighsh., 
a stork arg., holding in the beak 
three cinquefoils slipped or, and resting 
the dexter leg on a shackbolt sa. 

Anderton, Wilfrid Francis, Esquire, of 
Haighton, Preston, Lanes, issuant out 
of a crescent Tert, a buck's head, hold- 
ing in the mouth an ear of wheat ppr. 
Aude incipe. 228. 2 

Andesley, a sword ppr., and a cross cross- 
let sa., in saltier. 166. 1 2 

Andlaw, an eagle's head sa. 83. i 

Andover, Viscount, see Suffolk, Earl of. 

Andrade, a wolf's head or. 30. 5 

Andre or Andree, a mill-rind az. 165. 11 

Andrea or St. Andrew, a cinquefoil arg. 

14S. 12 

Andrea, a hurt, charged with a lion's 
head erased, collared gu. cf. 19. i 

Andrew, Devonsh., a stag's head erased 
sa., attired or. 121. 2 

Andrew of Tredinick, Cornw., a stag at 
gaze, holding in his mouth a wheat 
ear, all or, charged on the side with 
two mascles interlaced az. Prospice. 

Andrew of Nethertarvit, a star or. Give 
and forgive. 164. 3 

Andrew of Clockmill, a dexter hand 
holding a laurel-branch ppr. Virtute 
et fortuna. 219. 9 



14 

Andrewes, Rutl., a derai-lion or, ducally 
crowned arg., holding up in the dexter 
paw a human heart gu. 

Andrewes, Sufi., a stag's head erased arg., 

charged with a crescent for diHerence. 

119. 8 

Andrewes, a Moor's head in profile, 
couped at the shoulders ppr. 

192. 13 

Andrewes, a Moor's head in profile sa., 
banded arg. 192. 13 

Andrews, Bart., of Denton, Northamp., a 
blackamoor's head in profile, couped 
at shoulders, wreathed about the 
temples, all ppr. 192. 13 

Andrews, Bart., of Shaw Place, Berks, 
out of an Eastern coronet or, a blacka- 
moor's head couped ppr., in the ear a 
pendant or. Victrix fortunce aapientia. 
192. 6 

Andrews, a Moor's head in profile, couped 
at the shoulders ppr. 192-13 

Andrews, Oxou., a dexter arm vested 
vert, cuffed arg., holding in the hand 
a branch ppr. Nee careo, nee euro. 

Andrews, Surrey, a stag's head erased arg. 
Quod honestnm ntile. 121. 2 

Andrews, Richard, Southampton, a stag's 
head erased arg. 121. 2 

Andrews, Scotland, a hand holding a 
branch of laurel ppr. Virtute et for- 
tuna. 219. 9 

Andrews, Suff., an acorn vert. cf. 152. : 

Andrews, a Moor's head couped ppr. 

192. 13 

Andrews, Suff., a stag's head erased or. 

121. 2 

Andrews, Hants, a greyhound's head 
couped per pale or and sa., charged 
on the neck with a saltier humettee 
between two roundles in fess, all 
counterchanged. 

Andrews, of Lathbury, Bucks, of Norf. 

and Suff., a stag's head erased arg. 

121. I. {For the Siiflollc branch, I 

charged with a crescent for difference.) 

119. 8 

Andrews, Middx., on a naval coronet j 
or, a dove volant v.ith an olive-branch | 
in the beak, all ppr. 

Andrews, Suff., a bird, wings expanded 1 
az., holding in its beak a laiurel-branch I 
vert. 94. 5 

Andrews, upon a mount vert, a dove 
holding in the beak an olive-leaf 
slipper! ppr., and charged on the breast 
with an escallop gu. 

Andrews, Warw., a demi-lion az., gorged 
with a collar or, charged with three 
mullets of the first. cf. 10. 9 

Andrews, London and Hants, an arm 
erect habited vert., cuffed arg., charged 
on the sleeve with a quatrefoil or, and 
holding in the hand a branch of the 
first fructed of the third. 

Andrews of Rivington, Lanes, a Moor's 
head in profile, couped at the shoulders 
ppr., in ear a pendant arg. Fortiter 
defendit. 192. 13 

Andros, on a tower a lion rampant sa. 

157. 12 

Andros, Guernsey, a blackamoor's head, 
couped at the shoulders and wreathed 
about the temples, all ppr. 

Andson, Angus, a fir-tree seeded ppr. 
Stand sure. 144. 13 

Anelche, an eagle, wings expanded ppr. 
77- 5 



ANK 

Anelsbey, Glouc, a bezant charged with 

a pale indented gu. cf. 159.6 

Anesworth, see .■\insworth. 
Aneys, a sword in bend ppr. 170. 5 

Angas or Anges, an ostrich-head erased 

arg., holding in the beak a horse-shoe 

ppr. 
Ange, a cross formce or, between two 

wings az. 1 10. 7 

Ange, a cross formee fitchee or, between 

two wings az'. cf. 1 10. 7 

Angel, Angle, Anegall, or Anegal, on a 

chapeau a tower, all ppr. cf. 1 56. 2 

Angeldon, London, a knot sa., between 

two wings or. 
Angell, London, out of a ducal coronet or, 

a demi-pegasus arg., crined gu. 

cf. 47- 5 
Angell, Surrey, same crest. Stare super 

iras antiques. 
Angell, on a mount vert, a swan arg., 

ducally gorged or, beaked and legged 

gu. cf. 100'. 7 

Angellis or Angles, a lion's gamb erect, 

holding a cross pattee fitched or. 

cf. 36. 9 
Anger and Angier, Kent, a martlet flying 

over a castle, ruined in the sinister 

tower ppr. cf. 155. 2 

Anger, an escarbuncle or. 164. 12 

Angersteen and Angerstein, a lion's 

head erased gu., holding in the mouth a 

quatrefoil vert. 
Angerstein of Weeting Hall, Norf., be- 
tween two elephants' trunks a stork, 

holding in its dexter claw a stone, 

all ppr. 
Angesteen, a crane ppr., holding in the 

dexter claw a mullet arg. cf. 105. 6 

Angeville of Thethelthorpe, Lines, a 

branch of three roses arg., stalked and 

leaved vert. 149. 8 

Ange Vine and Angevyne, Lines, same 

crest. 
Anglesey, Marquess Of (Paget), Beaudesert, 

Lichfield, Staffs, a demi-heraldic tiger 

sa., maned, armed, ducally gorged and 

tufted arg. Per il suo contrario. 25.7 
Angolesme,"the sail of a ship ppr. 160. 9 
Angolisme, a lion's gamb sa. cf. 36. 4 
Anguilla, a bezant charged with a talbot's 

head erased sa. cf. 57. i 

Anguish, Norwich, a snake nowed ppr., 

between two branches of fern vert. 

Latet unguis in hcrha. 
Angus, a quadrangular castle. 155-4 

Angus, Scotland, a lion crowned with 

an antique crown or. Fortis est 

Angus, John, Esquire, Aberdeen, a lion 
passant gardant gu., armed and 
langued az. Fortis est Veritas. 4. 3 

Anhelet, a gem ring or, the stone gu. 

167. 14 

Anke or Ankor, a bull's head erased gu. 
44- 3 

Anketel, a rose gu. 149. 2 

Anketell of Shaftesbury, on a mount 
vert, an oak-tree ppr. 143. 14 

Anketel], the stump of an oak-tree, the 
branches sprouting, acorned ppr. 

Anketell of AiiketeU, Ireland, an oak-tree 
ppr. Vade ad formicam. 143. 5 

AnketeU-Jones, Henry Moutray Ernest, 
Esquire, M.A., J.P., Burrishoole House, 
Newport, co. Mayo, on a chapeau, a 
stag at gaze. Coclitus mihi vires. 

Ankor, a bull's head erased gu. 44. 3 



ANK 

Ankyrsley, a hunting-horn sans strings 
vert, veruled arg. cj. 22S. 11 I 

Anlaby, on a mount an oali-tree ppr. 

143- 14 I 

Anieby, Yorl;s, an arrow in pale, entiled 
■n-ith a ducal coronet or. 174. 3 

Aniet and Aniett, Yorks, on a rock a j 
fire-beacon ppr. 177. 14 

Aniey, a dexter arm, the hand gloved and 
holding a hawk's lure ppr. r/. 217. 8 

Anmers or Anners, Chesh., a lion's head 
era-sed ppr. 17. 8 

Anmetesley, a bezant charged with a 
pale indented gu. cf. 159. 6 

Anna and De Anna, a bezant, cf. 159. 14 

Annabel], Annable, and Annables, a stag 
at gaze ppr. 117. 3 

Annaly, Baron (White), a cubit arm ppr., 
charged with a chevron engrailed gu., 
thereon a cross crosslet or, holding in 
the hand three roses of the second, 
slipped ppr. Vi et virtute. 245. 10 

Annand, Surrey, a griffin segreant ppr. 
Sperabo. 62. 2 

Annand of Annandale, a rose stalked and 
leaved ppr. Quod honestum -utile. 149.5 

Annandale, Scotland, same crest and 
motto. 

Annandale, a spur erect or, winged arg. 
III. 12 

Annat, Scotland, a boar sa., transfixed 
with an arrow. 40. 14 

Anncell, a stag's head affrontee, ducaUy 
gorged. 119. 14 

Anncey and Anncy, on a mural coronet 
a stag sejant ppr. 116. 4 

Anne, a woman's head couped at the 
breasts ppr., vested arg., the hair 
dishevelled or. 

Anne, Major Ernest Lambert Swinburne, 
of Burgwallis, Yorks. : (i) A maiden's 
head couped at the shoulders ppr., 
crined or (for Avne). 182. 5. {2) A 
leopard's face gu. between two dragons' 
wings ppr., each charged with a fret 
sa. (/or Charlton). 10. 3 

Anne of Trickley, Yorks., a buck's head 
cabossed arg. 122. 5 

Anneles, a mermaid ppr., the tail vert. 

184- 8 

Annelshie, a bezant charged with a pale 
indented gu. cj. 159. 6 

Annesley, Ireland, a demi-lady support- 
ing a portcullis. 183. 7 

Annesley, Oxon., a Moor's head in profile, 
couped sa., wreathed about the temples 
arg. and az. Virtutis aniore. 192. 13 

Annesley, Viscount Valentia, see Valentia. 

Annesley, Earl (.Annesley), Castlewellan, 
CO. Down, a Moor's head in profile ; 
couped at the shoulders ppr., wTeathed 
above the temples arg. and az. Virtutis 
umore. \ 

Annesley of Arley Castle, Staffs : (i) A 
Moor's head in profile couped ppr., 
wreathed about the temples arg., and 
az. (/or Annesleif). 192. 13. (2) A 
bull's caboshed ppr., between two flags 
gu. {for Macleod). Hie inurtis afianeus. 
— Virtutis amove. — Hold fast. 43. 5 

Annesley, a Saracen's head in profile, 
wTeathed arg. and az. 190. 14 

Annesley, WiUiam Gore, Esquire, of 
Delgany, Polstead Road, N., Oxford, 
a Moor's head couped at the shoulders 
in profile ppr., wTeathed about the 
temples arg. and az. Virtutis amore. 

241. 13! 



1.5 

Annesley, a buck's head or. 121. j 

Annes, Anness, and Annis, a mascle or. 

167. 9 

Anngell, Kent, out of a ducal coronet or, 
a demi-pegasus arg., crined gu. cf. 47. 5 

Anningson, BusheU, M.A., Walthamead, 
Cambridge, a scaling-ladder in bend 

I arg. 301. 15 

1 Annot, Annott, or Annat, a boar passant 
sa., transfixed with an arrow ppr. 

40. 14 

Annyslay, a Moor's head couped sa. 

192. 13 

Anscell or Anstrell of Barford, Beds, 
a demi-lion az., ducally gorged and 
Lined or. cf. 10. 7 

Ansdell, a dexter hand ppr., holding a 
buckle or. 223. 11 

Anselbie and Anselby, an arrow in pale, 
enfiled with a ducal coronet or. 174. 3 

Ansell, a demi-lion ppr., ducaUy gorged 
and lined or. cf. 10. 7 

Ansert, a demi-lion rampant, imperially 
crowned, holding in the dexter paw a 
sword wavy ppr. 14. 14 

Ansley, a blackamoor's head in profile 
couped at the shoulders ppr., gorged 
■with a collar or, charged with three 
escallops. cf. 192. 13 

Anslow-Alabone, 51., 51. D., 20, Lower 
Seymour Street, Portman Square, W., 
a lion's head erased, transfixed through 
the neck with an arrow in bend point 
downwards. 297. i 

Anson, Sir William Reynell, Bart., of 
Birch Hall, I^ancs, out of a ducal 
coronet or, a spear erect ppr. Nil 
desperandum. 

Anson, Earl of Lichfield: (i) Out of a 
ducal coronet or, a spear-head ppr. 
(2) A greyhound's head, couped erm., 
charged on neck with two bars-gemelle 
or. Nil desperandum. 

Anson, Sir Archibald Edward Harbord 
Anson, Esquire, of Southfield, Silver- 
hill, St. Leonard's-on-Sea, out of a 
ducal coronet or, a spear-head erect 
ppr. Nil desperandum. 

Anson-Horton, Henry, Esquire, of Catton 
Hall, Burton-on-Trent : (i) Out of the 
waves of the sea ppr., a tilting-spear [ 
erect or, headed and enfiled with a 
dolphin arg., finned gold {for Horton). 
(2) Issuant from a coronet or, a spear- 
head erect ppr. 

Anstavill, a castle triple-towered, a demi- 
lion rampant issuing out of the middle 
tower. I5q. 10 

Anstay, Anstee, Anstey, and Anstle, a 
martlet or. 95. 2 

Anstead, Ansted, or Antished, a cross 

formee or, charged with five torteaux. 

cf. 165. 7 

Anstell, Comw., a cross formee arg., 
guttee-de-poix. cf. 165. 7 

Anstey, Rev. Henry, M.A., Slapton Rec- 
tory, Leighton Buzzard, a martlet or. 
Esse quam rid'-ri. 95. 2 

Anstie, a leopard's face ppr., jessant-de- 
lis gu. 22. 5 

Anstis, Comw., out of a ducal coronet, 
five ostrich-feathers, all ppr. 114. 13 

Anstis or Anstice, a dexter cubit arm 
vested per pale embattled, holding in 
the hand a griffin's head erased ppr. 

211. 6 

Anston, a martlet issuing ppr. 

Anstrell, see AnsceU. 



ANT 

Anstrother, out of a ducal coronet or, a 
demi-man in armour ppr., in hand a 
spear sa., headed arg. 

Anstruther of that ilk. Bart., two arms 
in armour embowed, grasping in the 
gauntlets a battle-axe, all ppr. Periis- 
sem ni periissem. 194. 12 

Anstruther, Henry Torrens, Esquire, of 
Gillingshill, Pittenween, same crest 
and motto. 

Anstruther of Hintlesham, Suff., same 
crest and motto. 

Anstruther, Inverkeithing, same crest 
and motto. 

Anstruther, Airdrie, same crest. 

Anstruther, Carmichael-, Sir Windham, 
Bart., Scotland: (i) The same as 
a.hove {for Anstruther). 237.18. (2) An 
arm in armour erect, grasping a broken 
spear ppr. (for Carmichael). Toujours 
pret. 2IO. 9 

Anstruther, Sir Ralph William, Bart., of 
Balcaskie, Pittenweem, Fifesh., two 
arms in armour, counter-embowed, 
holding in the hands a battle-axe, all 
ppr. Periissem ni periissem. 237.18 

Anstruther- Duncan, Alexander William, 
Esquire, of Naughton, Fife, N.B., two 
arms in armour, holding in the gaunt- 
lets a battle-axe ppr. Periissem ni 
periissem. 237. 18 

Anstruther, Lieutenant-Colonel Robert 
Hamilton, of Hintlesham Hall, Ips- 
wich : ( I ) Two arms in armour, hold- 
ing in the gauntlets a battle-axe, all 
ppr. (2) Out of a wreath of laurel or, 
a horse's head paly of six sa. and arg. 
Periissem ni periissem. 

Ansty, a martlet or. 95. 2 

Anteshey and Antesley, a bezant charged 
with a pale indented gu. cf. 1 59. 6 

Anthonisz, Richard Gerald, of Colombo, 
Ceylon, a lozenge gu., between wings 
arg. Waarheid eer vrijheid. 

Anthonisz, Hon. Peter Daniel, M.D., 
CM.G., M.L.C., of GaUe, Ceylon, a 
lozenge gu. between two wings erect 
arg. 1:0. 3 

Anthony of London, a demi-goat ppr., 
charged with a bezant, armed and 
attired or. cf. 128. 2 

Anthony of Chalfont St. Giles, Bucks, 
a demi-ram per fesse erm. and sa., 
horns and hoofs or, charged on the 
body with a bezant thereon a leopard's 
face gu. None pour haine. 

Anthony and Antoaie, London, a goat's 
head arg. 128. 12 

Anthony, a goat's head or. 128. 12 

Anton of Stoatfield, Lines, Middx., 
London, and Ireland, out of a mural 
coronet, a lion's head arg. 19. 12 

Antony or Antonie, Suff., a goat's head 

gu. 1 28. 12 

Antram, Dorset, a demi-griffin az. 
Prudentia et animo. 64. 2 

Antrim, Earl of (M'Donnell), Glenarm 
Castle, Antrim: (i) A dexter arm 
embowed fesseways, couped at the 
shoulder, vested or, cuffed are., holding 
in the hand ppr. a cross crosslet fitched 
in pale az. (for M'Donnell). 203. 9. 
(2) A sun in splendour or (for Kerr). 
Sero sed serio. — Toujours prlt. 

162. 2 

Antrobus, Sir Edmund, Bart., Amesbury 
Abbey, Salisbury, a imicorn's head 
couped arg., horned and maned or 



ANT 



i6 



ARC 



head couped sa., eared or, in the month 

a snake veit, coiled about the trunk. 

cf. 133- 2 

Appleton, James Enderby, M.R.C.S., 
Linda, Poole Road, Bournemouth, 
same crest. Omne bonum Dei donum. 

Appleton, Suff., out of a ducal coronet 
or, three pine-apples vert, the tops 
purfled of the first. 



gorged with a wreath of laurel vert, 

issuing out of rays of the sun ppr. 

Dti memor, gratus amicis. 
Antrobus, John Coutts, of Eaton Hall, 

Chester, same crest and motto. 
Antrobus of London, same crest. 
Antwisel or Antisell, an eagle, wings ex- 
panded and inverted ppr. ~6. 13 
Anvers, Chesh., a branch with three roses 

ppr. 149. S 

Anvers, De, a wyvern sa. 70. 2 

Anvory, a dexter hand holding a holly- 
branch ppr. 
Anwell and Anwyl, England, and Parkin, 

Merionethsh., an astrolabe ppr. 

167. 7 
Anwick, London, a dexter arm gu., the 

hand holding a broken tilting-spear or. 

214. 10 

Anwill and Anwyl, Wales, two hands 

issuing out of clouds pulling an anchor 

out of the sea ppr. 224. 13 

Anwyl, Robert Charles, of LIugwy, 

Machynlleth, an eagle displayed or. 

Eryr eryrod eri/ri. 
Anwyt, an eagle displayed ppr. y^. 2 
Aoluite, on a chapeau, a lion statant, tail 

extended, all ppr. 4. 8 

Apeele, a fleur-de-lis or, between two 

wings arg. c/. 1 10. 5 

Apesley, Surrey and Sussex, the same vivas. 

crest. Apreece, a civet-cat ppr., pierced through 

Ap-Enyions, a sheaf of arrows ppr., the middle with a spear-head erect. 

banded gu. Virtutifidc. 173. 3 Aprice, Heref., a cock, wings expanded 

Ap-Griffith, out of a cloud a dexter and a gu., holding in the beak a rose ppi 

sinister arm shooting an arrow, all ppr. leaved and stalked vert. 

cf. 200. 2 Ap-Riee, a boar's head erect arg.. pel 
Aphe, Hants, out of a ducal coronet arg. i lettee, between two oak-branches vert, 

a parrot's head or. | fiucted or. 

Aphery, a trefoil slipped vert. 148. 9 j Apsey, a dove with an olive-branch in its 

Ap-Howell, a gauntlet erect holding a beak volant over water, all ppr. 93. 1 1 

sword, all ppr. 210. 4 ! Apsley, Lord, sec Bathurst, Earl of. 

Apifer, a hand holding a spiked club ppr. j Apsley, Sussex, a fleur-de-lis or, between 
cf. 214. 6 two wings arg. cj. no. 5 

Apiliard or Appleyard of East Carlton, ! Apted, Suney, a stag's head erased or. 

Norf., a demi-heraldic tiger quarterly; Semper eadem. 121. 2 

gu. and az., the tail of the last tufted Apthorp, Rev. G. F., 1 3, De Parys Avenue, 



sword, and in the sinister a baton ArbuTthnet, same crest. Tarn interna, 
ensigned with a royal crown (for guam externa. 

Woodville). Dum spiro spero. Arbuthnot, Viscount (Arbuthnot), Ar- 

<•/. 186. 14 buthnott House. Fourdoun.Kincardine- 

Appleton or Apleton, Suff., an elephant's [ shire, Scotland, a peacock's head 



couped ppr., beaked or. Laws Deo. 

103. 2 
Arbuthnot of Arbuthnothaugh, a pea- 
cock's head couped ppr. Deus me 
suMinet. 103. 2 

Arbuthnot, Sir Robert Keith, Bart., 
105, Cadogan Gardens, S.W., a pea- 
cock's head ppr. Innocent arid true. 
103. 



Applewhaite of Stoke Ask, Suff., a cubit Arbuthnot, Scotland, a peacock's head 

arm erect, holding in the hand an open couped ppr., beaked or. Laus Deo. 

book. 215. 10 103. 2 

Appleyard of Shotsham, Norf., an owi arg. Arbuthnot, Hugh Gough, Esquire, of 
96. 5 I 40, Princes Gate, London, a peacock's 
Appleyard, a demi-dragon ppr., holding I head ppr. Innocent and true. 

in the dexter claw a scimitar arg. j Arbuthnot of Fiddes, a peacock ppr. 

cf. 73. 10 ; Tarn interna, guam externa. 103. 7 

Appleyard, see Apiliard. Arbuthnot of Montrose, a dove with an 

Aprece, Bucks and Hants, an otter ppr., J adder in orle ppr. Innocue ac provide. 

collared and lined or. cf. 134. 51 92. 11 

Aprece, Bucks and Hant?, a spear erect i Arbuthnot of Weymouth, a ship under 

arg. Labora ut alernnm vivas. 175. 9 I sail ppr. Fluctuo sed affluo. 160. 13 
Apreece, Bart., of Washingley Hall, Arbuthnot, a cross pattee or. 165. 7 

Hunts, a spear-head erect arg., im- Arcedeckne or Archdeckne, a dexter arm 

brued ppr. Vix labora ut in externum in armour enibowed, holding in the 



or, holding in the mouth a rose gu 
stalked and leaved vert. cf. 25. 13 

Apilston, a pelican in her piety, wings 
displayed or, vulned ppr. 98. 14 

Aplegath or Aplegarth of Bapley, Hants, 
a demi-heraldic tiger gu., bezantee 
armed and tufted or, charged with a 
bend of the last. cf. 25. 13 

Apleton, see Appleton. 

Apletree, Hants, a goat passant arg. 



hand a scimitar. iq6. 10 

Arcedeckne-Butler, James Fitzwalter, 
Esquire: (i) Out of a ducal coronet 
or, a plume of five ostrich-feathers, 
therefrom a demi-falcon rising arg., 
a label of the last upon a crescent 
az., for difference (for Butler). (2) A 
cubit arm erect, vested arg., charged 
with three chevronels sa., the hand 
ppr., grasping a sword in bend sinister 
arg., pommel and hilt or (for Arce- 
deckne). Timor Domini fans vit(r. 
Arcedeckne-Butler, St. John Henry, 
Esquire, of Coreen, Talawakelle, Ceylon, 
same crests, and motto. 
Arcester, Glouc, on a bezant, an escar- 
buncle sa. 
Bedford, a mullet pierced az. Nemo Archard, Kent, out of a ducal coronet a 
nisi Christus. [ demi-fish ppr. 139. 14 

Apuldrefield, on a chapeau gu., turned up Archbald and Archibald, Scotland, a de- 
erm., a man's head in profile, couped at ' crescent arg. Ut reficciar. 163. i 

the neck, wearing a cap arg., fringed Archbald and Archibald, Scotland, a 
at the front and back gu. j palm-branch erect ppr. Dilat servata 

Aquitar, London, a demi-lion rampant I fides. 147. i 

or, muraUy crowned az., holding in ; Archbold, Ireland, a lion's head couped 
the dexter paw a laurel- branch slipped I erm., guttee-de-sang. c/. 21. i 

ppr- I Archbold, Worcs. and London, a dove 



/. 129. 5 j Arabin, the sun rising behind a mountain ! rismg arg. 94. 2 

96. 5 I ppr. ^^ _ ^ _ ^ , ^'^-- 10 Archdale and Archedale, London, out of 



Apleyard, an owl arg. 

Appelton and Appolton, a camel couchant j Arabin of Beech Hill, Essex, and Drayton, ' 



ducal coronet 



ppr. 



heraldic tiger's 



Apperley of Jforben, Montgomeryshire, 
a pine-apple sa. 152. S 

Applebee, a martlet or. 95. 2 

Appleby, Leics., an apple or, stalked and 
leaved vert. 

Appleby, F. H., Brigade-Surgeon Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel, Barnbygate House, 
Newark, same crest. Fruclu arbor 
cognoscitur. 

Appleford, a derai-savage holding in the 
dexter hand a sword, and in the sinister 
a baton, ensigned with a royal crown, 



aU ppr. 



Jliddx., an eagle's head erased between I head arg., maned and tufted sa." 
two wings sa., ducally crowned or. i 2^. 3 

Nee temere, nee timide. Archdale, Edward Merwn, Esquire," of 

Arabyn, a griffin's head erased ppr., Riversdale, BallinamaUard. co. Fer- 
ducaUy crowned or, between two wings \ managh, out of a ducal coronet an 
arg. j heraldic tiger's head arg., maned, 

Arblaster or Allebaster, Staffs, a feather tufted, and armed sa. Data fata 
in pale, entiled with a ducal coronet, ! secuta. 
aU ppr. 114. 12 Archdale, Mervvn A., M.B., East Riding 

Arblester, Areblaster, and Arablester, Asylum, Beverley, Yorks, out of a 
out of a ducal coronet a greyhound's ducal coronet a talbot. Ferendo ei 
head arg., collared or. cf. 61. 7 | sperendo. 

Arbuckle, Scotland, a ram ppr. 131. 13 Archdall, Rev. William Frederick. M.A., 



cf. 186. 14 Arburthnet of Findoury, Scotland, a pea- 



Apnleford, Essex and Berks : ( 1 ) An 

apple or, having a leaf on either side j Arburthnet of Catherl: 
vert (for Appleford). (2) A demi- | couped ppr., charged 
savage holding in the dexter hand a I Sit laus Deo. 



the Rectory, Crlanmire, R.S.O.. 
cock ppr. Interna prcestaiU. 103.7 Cork, same crest. Data fata secuta. 

peacock's head Archdall, out of a ducal coronet gu., a 

th a muUet or. ] heraldic tiger's head arg., langued gu., 

cf. 103. 2 1 tufted sa. Data fata secutus. 25. 3 



ARC 

ArchdaU of Castle ArchdaU and TriUic, ' 
Ireland: (i) Out of a ducal coronet 
or, a heraldic tiger's head arg., named, | 
tufted, and armed sa. (lor ArchdaU). [ 
25. 3. (2) On a chapeau ppr., a hand 
vested az., grasping a sword ppr., hilt ' 
and pommel or (jor Montgomery). 
(3) A squirrel sejant ppr. (for Memjn). I 
Data fata seciUa. — Honneur sans repos. 
— De Dieu tout. c/. 135. 2 

ArchdaU, Ireland, a cross pattee erm. 

cf. 165. 7 

ArchdaU or Archdell, out of a ducal 
coronet or, a griffin's head. 67. 9 

Archdeacon, Cornw., a martlet flying over 
a tower ppr. cf. i ;6. 9 

Archdecon, co. Cork, a dexter cubit arm 
vested arg., and charged with three 
chevroneLs sa., the hand gra.sping a 
sword ppr. 

Archebold or Archbold, Staffs, a lion's I 
head erased arg., collared gu. 18. 6 I 

Archedale, see Archdale. 

Archer-Burton, see Burton. [ 

Archer, Arthur Montfort, M.D., Dee 
Hills Lodge, Chester, a Sagittarius | 
passant drawing a bow, aU ppr. Sola j 
bona quce honesta. 

Archer, Robert Samuels, M.D., 15, St. 
Domingo Grove, Liverpool, crest and I 
motto as above. 

Archer, Hubert Graves, Esquire, a 
centaur. Sola bona quce honesta. [ 

Archer, Baron Archer (extinct), of Umber- 
slade, Warw., out of a mural coronet | 
gu., a dragon's head arg. Sola bona 
qua honesta. 72. 11 

Archer, Thomas Lancelot, M.R.C.S., 
82, Vincent Square, Westminster, out 
of a mural coronet or, a wyvern's head 
and neck gu. Sola bona quce. honesta. 

Archer, Lines, a dragon's head per pale 
gu. and az., between two wings ex- 
panded, the sinister wing or, the dexter 
arg., issuing out of a mural coronet 
per pale of the last and third. 

Archer, out of a mural coronet or, a 
wyvern's head gu. Dens salutem 
disponit. 72. II 

Archer, a demi-dragon holding in the 
dexter claw a dart. 

Archer, E-ssex, a griiBn's head erased 
arg., pierced through the neck by a 
spear in bend sinister, point down- 
wards. 

Archer of Chelmsford, Essex, a griffin's 
head erased arg., pierced by a spear in 
bend sinister, collared gu., charged 
with two crosses patee, in the beak 
a slip of oak fructed ppr. 

Archer de Boys, Essex; (i) A wyvern 
arg. 69. 5. (2) A leg couped at the 
thigh, embowed at the knee quarterly 
sa. and arg., spur and leather or. 

cj. 193. 8 

Archer- Houblon, George Bramston, Es- 
quire, of 73, Upper Berkeley Street ; 
(i) Alion's head erased or (/or Ho7( Won). I 
(2) A wyvern arg. (for Archer). (3) A 
leg in armour, couped at the thigh ppr., 
garnished and spurred or (for Eyre). 

Archer, Essex, a wyvern arg. 69. 5 

Archer, Charles Gordon, of Trelaske, 
Cornw., a quiver fuU of arrows fesse- 
ways. 174. 4 

Archer, Cornw., on a quiver full of 
arrows lying fesseways, a serpent, all 
ppr. " ! 



17 

Archer, Essex and Kent, a bull's head 
erased gu. 44. 3 

Archer of Bourne, Kent, a bull's head 
erased gu., armed or. 44. 3 

Archer, Ireland, a mound az., banded 
and crossed or. 159. 12 

Archer, Ireland, a ducal coronet ppr. 
Pro rege et pairia. 228. 10 

Archer, William Henry Davies, Esquire, 
B.A., LL.M., J.P., of Briokendon, 
Longford, Tasmania, uses a bear's 
gamb holding an arrow in bend, aU 
ppr. Malo niori quam fcedari. — Le fin 
couTonne I'oeuvre. cf. 38. 4 

Archer, Joseph, Esquire, J.P., of Pans- 
hanger, Longford, Tasmania, uses a 
bear's gamb holding an arrow in bend, 
all ppr. 3Ialo mori quam fcedari. — Le 
fin cnuronne Vceuvre. cf. 38. 4 

Archer, Scotland, a dexter hand and 
sinister arm issuing from the wreath, 
drawing an arrow in a bow to the head 
ppr. 200. 2 

Archer, an archer habited vert, in the 
dexter hand a bugle-horn arg., raised 
to the mouth, holding in the sinister 
a bow erect, across the shoulders a 
quiver full of arrows. 

Archer, Essex, a leg in armour embowed, 
couped at the thigh quarterly sa. and 
arg., spurred or. 193. i 

Archever, Scotland, two arms drawing 

an arrow in a bow to the head. Ready. 

200. 2 

Archibald, see Archbald. 

Archibald, Blackball, Scotland, a de- 
crescent arg. Ut reficiar. 163. i 

Archibald, a branch of palm-trees slipped 
ppr. Ditat servata fides. 147. i 

Archibald, Ireland, a palm-branch slipped 
in bend ppr., in front thereof a mount 
vert, thereon an estoile or. Palma non 
sine pidvcre. 

Archibald, Hon. Sir Adams George, 
K.C.M.G., C.M.G., Q.C.. D.C.L . of 
Halifax, and of The Cottage, Truro, 
Nova Scotia, in the Dominion of 
Canada, a palm-branch slipped in bend 
ppr., in front thereof a mount vert, 
thereon an estoile or. Palma non 
sine pulvere. 

Archibald, Charles Falcon, Esquire, of 
Rusland HaU, Ulverston, a palm- 
branch slipped in bend ppr., in front 
thereof a mount vert, thereon an 
estoile or. Palma non sine pidvere. 

Archidecknie, a dexter arm in armour 
embowed, holding in the hand a 
dagger. 196. 5 

Arcy, D', Ireland, a tilting-spear broken 
in three pieces ppr., head in pale, other 
two in saltier, banded gu. 175-2 

Ard, a cock ppr. Vigilantia. 91. 2 

ArdafT, a demi-lion arg., guttee-de-sang, 
holding in the paws a lily of three 
flowers az., slipped and leaved vert. 

Ardagh, a demi-lion rampant or, pel- 
lettee, holding three lilies arg., slipped 
and leaved vert. 

Ardee, Lord, see Meath, Earl of. 

Ardem, a cross Calvary az. i66. i 

Arden, see Haddington, Earl of. 

Arden, Baron (Perceval), see Egmont, 
Earl of, 

Arden, Baron Alvanley, Chester, out of a 
ducal coronet or, a plume of five 
feathers arg., charged with a crescent 
gu. Patientia vinces. II4-3 



ARD 

Arden or Arderne, Beds and Warw., a 
plume of feathers az., charged with a 
martlet or. 

Arden, a thistle stalked and flowered 
ppr- cf. 150. 2 

Arden, Oxon., a boar passant quarterly 
or and az. 40. 9 

Arden, Warw., on a chapeau gu., turned 
up or, a boar passant of the last. 

cf. 40. 8 

Arden, Percy, of Pontfaen, co. Pembroke, 
a mount vert, thereon a boar pa-ssant 
arg., semee-de-lis az., langued gu., 
armed and ungu. or. Doluere dente 



lacessiti. 



249. 



Arden, on a chapeau gu., turned up erm., 
a boar passant or. cf. 40. 8 

Arden, East Burnham, Bucks, a boar 
passant or, semee-de-lis gu. Doluere 
dente lacessiti. cf. 40. 9 

Arden, on a chapeau gu., turned up erm., 
a wild boar passant or, charged with 
three annulets. 40. 8 

Arden, Warw. and Stalls, on a chapeau 
az., tiu-ned up erm., a wild boar pas- 
sant or. Quo me cunquc vocai pairia. 
cf. 40. 8 

Arden, Douglas, Esquire, a mount vert, 
thereon a boar passant arg., semee- 
de-lis az., langued gu., armed and un- 
guled or. Doluere dente lace-fsili. 

Arden, Percy, Esquire, of A7, Albany, 
Piccadilly, same crest and motto. 

Arden, Richard Edward, Esquire, of 
East Burnham House, near Slough, 
Bucks, same crest and motto. 

Arden, George Edward, Esquire, on a 
chapeau az., turned up erm., a wild 
boar statant or. Quo me cunqve vocit 
patria. 

Arden of Gresham, Norf., same crest and 
motto. 

Arden, Middx., on a mount vert, a boar 
passant arg., semee-de-lis az., langued 
gu., armed and ungu. or. Doluere 
dente lacessiti. 

Arden, Oxon., a lion's gamb erased gu., 
holding a cross pattee fitchee. 36. 9 

Arderes, Jleriden, Warw., a demi-lion 
ar., gorged with a collar or, charged 
with three mullets of the first, cf. 10. 9 

Ardern, in a coronet or, a pvramid of 
leaves vert. cf. 151. 14 

Arderne, a plume of feathers arg., banded 
or. 

Arderne, Chesh. and Lanes, out of a ducal 
coronet or, a plume of five feathers, 
three or, two az. 114. 13 

Arderne, issuing from a ducal coronet or, 
a double plume of feathers gu., the 
ends turned downwards of the first. 

114. 4 

Arderne, Chesh., out of a ducal coronet 
or, seven feathers arg., tipped gu. 

Arderne, Warw., a boar passant or. 40. 9 

Arderne, on a chapeau az., turned up 
erm., a boar passant or. cf. 40. 8 

Arderne, on a chapeau gu., turned up 
erm., a wild boar passant or, charged 
with three annulets. 40. 8 

Ardes of Sharington, Bucks, within a 
catherine-wheel sa., ducally crowned or, 
the sun in splendour. 

Ardes, a catherine-wheel or, pierced sa., 
ducally crowned of the first. 

Ardilaun, Baron (Guinness), Ashford, 
near Cong, co. Gal way : ( i ) A boar 
psLSsant quarterly or and gu., a crescent 



ARD 

for difference {]or Guinness). 40. 9. 
(2) On a pillar arg., encircled by a 
ducal coronet or, an eagle preying on 
a bird's leg erased ppr. Spes mta in 
Deo. 248. 1 

Arding, Alfred Charles, Esquire, J.P., 
B.A., of Brazier's Park. Checkenden, 
Oxon. : (i) A demigriffin vert, the 
wing charged with three escallops, 
two and one or, and holding in the 
mouth a tilting-spear in bend ppr. (for 
Arding). (2) Issuant from a rock a 
flame of fire ppr.. environed by a chain 
or (/or Wells). Semper fidelis. 

Ardington or Arthington, Yorks, a dove 
holding in its beak an olive-branch 
ppr. 92- 5 

Ardls, a demi-lion rampant gu., holding 
in its de.xter paw a rose or, leaved 
vert. 12. I 

Ardrossan, Baron, Scotland, see Eglinton, 
Earl of. 

Ardyn, a cross Calvary az. 166. i 

Ardyn, on a chapeau gu., turned up erm., 
a boar passant or. c/. 40. S 

Arel of France and England, a boar's 
head erect, between two ostrich- 
feathers. 41-14 

Areskin, a dexter hand holding an es- 
cutcheon, cf. 219. 7 

Areskine, Scotland, a demi-griffin, hold- 
ing in its dexter claw a sword ppr. 
Ausim et confido. 64. 6 

Areskine of Dun, a griffin's head erased, 
holding in the beak a sword in bend, 
all ppr. In Domino confido. 66. 10 

Areskine, Scotland, an arm in armour 
embowed, gauntleted, holding a sword, 
all ppr. 195. I 

Arfece, Arfois, or Arforce, a scaling- 
ladder az. 158. 14 

Argahast, a Doric column ppr. 

Argal, a lion's head erased gu. 17.2 

Argall, Argell, or Argill, a lion's head 
erased ppr. 17. 8 

Argall of Low Hall, Essex, a sphinx, 
wings expanded ppr. 182.12 

Argall, a sphinx or, winged arg. 182. 12 

Argall, an arm in armour embowed sup- 
porting a battle-axe, all ppr. 

Argente and Argentine, Camb., a demi- 
lion gu., holding a covered cup arg. 

Argenton, a martlet sa. 95. 2 

Argentre, an eagle's head erased gu. 83.2 

Argles, 'Thomas Atkinson, of Eversley, 
llilnthorpe, Westml., a lion's head 
erased gu. Patri(s non sibi. i 

Arguilla, on a bezant a talbot's head 
erased sa. cj. 57. 2 

Argum, Argun, or Argune, a hand erect 
issuing from a cloud and holding an 
open book, all ppr. sis. i 

Argyll, Duke of (CampbeU, K.G., K.T., 
P.C.), Inverary Castle, Argyll, a 
boar's head erased or, armed arg., 
langued gu. Vix ea nostra voco. — 
Ne oblii'iscaris. 42. 2 

Ariel and Ariell, an anchor cabled and a 
sword in saltier, all ppr. 169. 9 

Aries, Ireland, a satyr holding in his 
dexter hand a sword and in his sinister 
a partizan, all ppr. Fides mihi pano- 
plia. cf. 189. 3 

Arkell or Arkle, a griffin sejant arg., 
holding in his dexter claw a garland 
of laurel vert. 62. 9 

Arklnstall, Camb., on a mount vert, a 
greyhound sejant erm. 59. 3 



18 

Arkley, Scotland, within two thistles 
disposed in orle flowered ppr., a rose 
gu., barbed and seeded of the first. 
Bene qui sedulo. 

Arkroyd, a dog sleeping. 57. 13 

Arkwright, Arthur Chandos, Esquire, of 
Thoby Priory, Brentwood, Essex, an 
eagle rising or, in its beak an escutcheon 
pendent by a ribbon gu., thereon a hank 
of cotton arg. Mulla tvli fecique. 

Arkwright, Arthur William, Esquire, 
same crest and motto. 

Arkwright, Rev. Edwin, of 36, Seymour 
Street, London, same crest and motto. 

Arkwright, Esme Francis Wigsell, Es- 
quire, of Sanderstead Court, Croydon, 
Surrey, same crest and motto. 

Arkwright, Francis, Esquire, of Overton, 
near Marton, Wellington, New Zealand, 
same crest and motto. 

Arkwright, Frederic Charles, Esquire, of 
Willersley, Matlock, same crest and 
motto. 

Arkwright, Herbert Robert, Esquire, of 
Knuston Hall, Irchester, same crest 
and motto. 

Arkwright, John Hungerford, Esquire, of 
Hampton Court, Leominster, same 
crest and motto. 

Arkwright, John Thomas, Esquire, of 
Hatton House, near Warw., same 
crest and motto. 

Arkwright, Loftus Joseph, Esquire, of 
Parndon Hall, Little Parndon, Harlow, 
Essex, same crest and motto. 

Arkwright, Richard, Esquire, of Farnham, 
Surrey, same crest and motto. 

Arkwright, William, Esquire, of Sutton 
Scarsdale, Chesterfield, same crest and 
motto. 

Arkwright, Rev William Harry, Esquire, 
of the Vicarage, Wicksworth, Derbysh., 
same crest and motto. 

Arkybus, a lion's head erased arg. 17. 8 

Arle, a boar's head erect between two 
ostrich-feathers. 41. 14 

Arlote or Arlott, on a chapeau a leopard 
passant gardant, three blades of rushes 
on each side, all ppr. 

Armesbury and Armesburg, Essex, two 
hands conjoined, each issuing from a 
cloud, all ppr. 224. i 

Armeston of Burbage, Leics., a dragon's 
head erased vert, scaled or, charged 
with a crescent of the same for differ- 
ence, cf. 71. 2 

Armestone, Leics., a dragon's head 
erased ppr. cf. 71. 2 

Armestrang or Armstrong, Scotland, an 
arm emboued ppr. Iniictus maneo. 

202. 2 

Armestrang, Armstrang, or Armstrong, 

Scotland, a hand issuing out of a cloud, 

holding a club, all ppr. Invicta lahore. 

214. 9 

Armet, see Armit. 

Armfleld-Marrow, Peter, Esquire, between 
two roses arg., seeded or, barbed vert, 
a maiden's head couped at the shoulders 
ppr., orined, also gold, the neck en- 
circled with a garland of roses arg., 
barbed or, seeded vert. Fidite virtiite. 

Armiger or Armeier of North Cieake, 
Norf., on a ducal coronet or, an heraldic 
tiger sejant gu., crined and tufted of 
the first. 25. 12 

Armine of Osgodby, Lines, on a mount 
vert, an erm. ppr. 134. 10 



ARM 

Armistead, a dexter arm in armour em- 
bowed ppr., holding the butt-end of a 
broken spear or. Suivez la raison. 

197. 7 

Armit and Armitt, on a mount vert, a 
bull passant ppr. 45. 7 

Armit, Armet, or Armuet, a demi-lion 
rampant gu., holding between the 
paws a helmet, the visor closed, arg. 

Armitage of Egremont, Chesh., an arm 
bendwise or, vested gu., crusuly and 
cuffed of the first, holding a holly- 
branch erect, slipped and fructed ppr. 
Fortiler et fideliter. 

Armitage, Yorks, a dexter arm embowed, 
vested or, cuffed arg., grasping in the 
hand ppr. a sword by the blade, 
also ppr., hilt of the first point down 
ward. 

Armitage, Charles Ingram, of High Royd, 
Honley, same crest. 

Armitage, Cieorge Pollard, of Milnsbridge, 
Yorks, a dexter arm embowed, couped 
at the shoulder, vested or, cuffed arg., 
holding in the hand ppr. a staff gu., 
pointed and headed or. Semper para- 
tus. 

Armitage, Sir Elkanah, of the Priory, 
Pendleton, Manchester, in front of 
a dexter arm embowed, vested gu., 
cuffed arg., the hand grasping the 
blade of a sword in bend sinister, the 
point downwards, pommel and hilt or, 
an escutcheon of the last charged with 
a cross potent gu. 

Armitage, Benjamin, Esquire, of Holme 
Hall, BakeweU, Derbysh., same crest. 

Armitage, Charles Smith, Esquire, of 
the Lee Wood Hotel, Buxton, Derbysh., 
same crest. 

Armitage, Vernon Kirk, Esquire, of 
Sainton Park, Manchester, same crest. 
Deo dtice ferro comitante. 

Armitage, Walter Stanley, Esquire, of 
34, Cambridge Square, Hyde Park, 
London, in front of an arm embowed 
vested az., cuffed arg., the hand 
grasping by the blade a sword ppr., 
pommel anil hilt or, a dexter gauntlet 
fesseways also or. Deo duce ferro 
comitante. 233. 5 

Armitstead, a dexter and a sinister arm 
embowed in armour, each hand 
grasping a spear erect ppr. Pro Rege 

Armitstead, Rev. John Richard, M.A., of 
Cranage Hall, Chesh., same cresf and 
motto. 

Armitstead, George, Esquire, of Kinloch 
Laggan, Kingussie, N.B., crest as 
above. 

Armo, three passion-nails ppr., one in 
pale and two in saltier. 

Armony, a stag gu. "Z-S 

Armorer, a gauntlet bendwise, holding 
the shaft of a broken tilting-spear, all 
ppr. 

Armory, Ireland, an eagle's head or. 

83. I 

Armour, Scotland, a dexter hand holding 
an esquire's helmet, all ppr. Cassis 
ttitissi7na virtus. 217. 12 

Armour, Donald, M.B., 89, Harley Street, 
W., crest and motto as above. 

Armstrang of Mangerton, an arm in 
armour embowed ppr. 200. i 

Armstrong of Whittock, an arm em- 
bowed gu. Invictus maneo. 202. 2 



ARM 

Armstrong, Heref. and Worcs., an arm 
em bo wed ppr. Invictus maneo. 202. 2 
Armstrong, an arm in armour, couped at 
the shoulder, embowed fessewise. 

cf. 200. 4 

Armstrong of WiUow Bank, Ireland, 

an arm in armour. In Deo robur 

mens. 

Armstrong, Thomas St. George, Esquire, 

of Garry Castle House, Banagher, 

King's Co., same crest. Vi et ariiiis. 

Armstrong of Ballycumber, Ireland, a 

dexter arm in armour arg., the hand 

ppr. Vi et armis. 200. i 

Armstrong, Harkness, Rig Canobie, same 

crest and motto. 
Armstrong of Hemsworth, Yorks, same 

crest and motto. 
Armstrong, a dexter arm in armour em- 
bowed, hand apaumee ppr. 200. i 

Armstrong, Norf., a dexter arm in 
armour embowed arg., the hand 
clenched ppr. Vi et armis. 

cf. 200. I 
Armstrong, Scotland, an arm embowed, 
couped, cuffed arg., vested gu., holding 
a sword, all ppr. Strength. 
Armstrong, an arm in armour grasping 
a sword az., billed and pommelled or. 
Invictus maneo. 195. 2 

Armstrong, Scotland, an arm issuing out 
of a cloud holding a club ppr. Invicta 
labore. 214. 9 

Armstrong, King's Co., Ireland, an 
armed arm holding a broken tilting- 
spear ppr. 210. 9 

Armstrong, Sir Andrew Harvey, Bart., 
Gallen Priory, Ferbane, King's Co., 
Ireland, an arm in armour embowed, 
the hand grasping the trunk of an 
oak-tree eradicated, all ppr. Invictus 
maneo. 
Armstrong, Sir George Carlyon Hughes, 
Bart., 39, Cadogau Square, S.W., in 
front of an arm couped at the shoulder, 
embowed and barwise in pale, gar- 
nished or, fists clenched, a trefoil 
slipped vert. Vi et armis. 
Armstrong, George Elliot, Esquire, of 
24, Hans Road, S.W., same crest and 
motto. 
Armstrong of Termonfechan, Louth, out 
of a mural coronet or, an armed 
arm embowed, the hand grasping an 
oak-tree eradicated ppr. Invictus 

Armstrong, a dexter arm vambraced, 
the hand ppr. grasping a leg in armour, 
couped at the thigh of the same. 

Armstrong, Marcus Beresford, Esquire, 
J. P., of Chaffpool, near Ballymote, 
same crest and motto. 

Armstrong, Lieutenant-Colonel Richard, 
6, Ashburn Place, London, S.W., same 
crest and motto. 

Armstrong-MacDonnell, Charles Randal, 
of New HaU and KUkee, co. Clare: 
(I) A dexter arm embowed fesseways, 
vested or, cuffed arg., the hand ppr. 
holding a cross crosslet fitchee erect 
az., the arm charged with a crescent gu. 
(for MacDonndl). cf. 203. 9. (2) A 
dexter arm embowed and Ijfing vam- 
braced fesseways ppr., the elbow resting 
upon the wreath and charged with a 
mullet gu., the hand grasping an armed 
leg couped at the thigh and bleeding, 
also ppr. Toujours pret. — Vi et armis. 



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ARR 



Armstrong, Baron, of Cragside, Both- 
bury, Northumb., and Jesmondene, 
Newcastle-upon-Tyne, within a gar- 
land of oak vert, an arm vambraced 
and embowed, resting upon the elbow, 
holding in the hand a sledge-hammer, 
all ppr. Fortis in armis. 234. 2 

Armstrong, Baron, see Watson -Arm- 
strong. 
Armuet, see Armit. 

Armytage, London and Yorks, a demi- 
lion arg., holding in the dexter paw a 
cross botonnee gu. 
Armytage, Su: George John, Bart., of 
Kirklees, Yorks, a dexter arm embowed, 
couped at the shoulder, vested or, the 
cuff arg., holding in the hand ppr. 
a staff gu., pointed and headed or. 
Semper paratus. 
Armytage, Arthur Henry, Esquire, of 
Marton HaU, BridUngton, Yorks, a 
dexter arm embowed, couped at the 
shoulder, habited or, the cuff arg., 
holding in the hand ppr. a staff gu., 
headed and pointed or. Semper 
paratus. 
Armytage, Francis Reginald, Esquire, of 
Windsor House, Shrewsbury, same 
crest and motto. 
Armytage, Godfrey, Esquire, of Carr 
Lodge, Horbury, Wakefield, same 
crest. 
Armytage, Percy, Esquire, same orest 

and motto. 
Armytage, George, Esquire, J.P., of 
Ingleby, Winchelsea, Victoria, Aus- 
tralia, and of 59, Queen's Gate, London, 
S.W., a dexter arm embowed, couped 
at the shoulder, habited or, the cuff 
arg., holding in the hand ppr. a dagger 
of the second, pommel and hilt of the 
first. Semper paratus. 204. i 

Arnald or Arnauld, a demi-cat gardant 
ppr. 26. 12 

Arnall- Thompson, Harry Thompson, 
Esquire, of Haworth, Keighley, 
Yorks, and Ansty Frith, Leicester : 
(i) In front of two flagstaves ppr., 
flowing from each a pennon gu., a lion 
couchant sa., charged on the shoulder 
with a bezant {for Thompson). (2) In 
front of a demi-leopard regardant ppr., i 
semee of annulets gu., holding between 
the paws a torteau charged with a j 
pheon, a staff' raguly fesseways, also 
gu. (for Arnall). 
Arneel, Arnied, or Arneil, Scotland, an 
eel naiant vert. Sanspeur. 142. 10! 
Arnet, on a mount vert, a bull passant 
ppr. 45. 7 

Arnet, Scotland, a crescent or. Speratum 
et completum. 163. 2 

Arnett, Arnot, and Arnott, on a tower 
ppr., a flag displayed az. Another, the 
flag arg. 157. 13 

Arneway, Arnaway, and Arnold, Bucks 
and Lines, a crosier or. 170. 14 

Arnewood, Hants, out of a ducal coronet 

a demi-leopard. 
Arney, Chamberry, Dorset, on a mural 
coronet or, three arrows arg. through a 
heart gu., two in saltier and one in 

Arnison, Major W. B., of Beaumont, Pen 
rith, Cumb., in front of a fern-brake 
a stag lodged ppr., resting the dexter 
forefoot upon an estoile or. Ditat 

servata fides. 115. 13 



Arnold, a hand ppr., holding a bunch of 
grapes purp., leaved vert. 219. 6 

Arnold, a demi-tiger arg., pellettee, hold- 
ing between the paws a fireball sa. 
Arnold, Henry Eraser James Coape-, of 
Wolvey HaU, co. Warw., a demi-tiger 
regardant sa., bezantee maned and 
tusked, and holding between his paws 
a pheon or. Ut vivas vigila. 
Arnold, London, a demi-heraldic tiger 
sa., bezantee, maned and tufted or, 
holding a broad arrow, the shaft gu., 
feathers and pheon arg. 
Arnold of Missenden, Bucks, same crest. 

Nil desperandum. 
Arnold, a demi-leopard regardant ppr., 
bezantee, holding a pheon or. Ut vivas 
vigila. 
Arnold, Devonsh., out of a ducal coronet 
an antelope's head. cf. 126. 2 

Arnold, Cromer, Norf., BeUesford, Suff., 
and Kent, a dolphin naiant arg. 

140. 5 
Arnold, Chilwick, Herts, an eagle's head 
erased gu., gorged with a mural coronet 
arg., holding in its beak an acorn sUpped 
vert. cf. 84. 10 

Arnold, Ireland, a feather and a sword 
in saltier. 170. 6 

Arnold-Forster, Edward Penrose, of 
Cathedine, Burley-in-Wharfedale, a 
dolphin naiant. 
Arnot of Balcormo, a crescent or. Spera- 
tum et completum. 163. 2 
Arnot, Arrat, and Arrot, Scotland, a 
hand holding a dagger erect ppr. Pax 
armis acquiritur. 212. 9 
Arnott, Sir John Alexander, Bart., 
68, Merrion Square, DubUn, on a rock 
a tower ppr., therefrom a flag flying 
to the sinister az. Speratum et com- 
pletum. 239. 12 
Arnott of Arlary, same crest and motto. 
Arnott, Fermanagh, a cubit arm erect 
in armour, the hand grasping a dagger, 
aU ppr. Speratum et completum. 

210. 2 

Arnway, Lines, a crosier or. 170. 14 

Aron, a lady's arm from the elbow in 

pale. 222. 3 

Arpin, an arm in armour holding a 

hoUy-branoh, aU ppr. 200. 14 

Arran, Earl of (Gore), Castle Gore, Ballina, 

CO. Mayo, a wolf rampant arg., coUared 

gu. In hoc signo vinces. cf. 28. 2 

Arras, out of a tower gu. embattled or, a 

lion's head of the last. 
Arrat, Scotland, see Arnot. 
Arrat of that Uk, Scotland, a dexter 
hand holding a sword erect ppr., hilted 
and pommeUed or. Antiquam assero 
decus. cf. 212. 9 

Arris, Scotland, a satyr, holding in his 
dexter hand a partizan. cf. 189. 3 

Arrol, Scotland, a demi-lion rampant 
holding in the dexter paw a scimitar. 
Courage. 14. 10 

Arrol, Archibald, Esquire, 18, Blyths- 
wood Square, Glasgow, a demi-lion 
gu., armed and langued az., holding in 
the dexter paw a scimitar ppr. Cour- 
age. 14. 10 
Arrol, WiUiam Auchincloss, Esquire, of 
Torwood Hill Row, Dumbartonsh., 
same crest and motto. 
Arrot of that ilk, Scotland, a dexter hand 
holding a sword in pale ppr. Anti- 
quum assero decus. cf. 212. 9 



ARR 

Arrot, see Arnot. 

Arrowood or Arwood, Lanes, a savage 
holding in his dexter hand a club rest- 
ing on the -nTeath, all ppr. 

Arrowsmith, seven arrows ppr., points 
upwards, and tied with a ribbon. 

Arrowsmyth of Huntingfield Hall, SufiE., 
seven arrows ppr., eniiled with a ducal 
coronet or. c/. 173. 9 

Arscot, Devonsh., a demi-man affrontee in 
Turkish habit, holding in his dexter 
hand a scimitar held over his head, his 
sinister resting on a tiger's head issuing 
out of the wreath. 185. 7 

Arscott, same crest. 

Arssick, Arsike, Arsycke, and Arsyke, a 
talbot sejant ppr., resting his dexter 
paw on a shield gu. 55-3 

Aither and Arthur, a mullet of six 
points gu. 164. 3 

Arthington, see Ardington. 

Arthur, Dubhn, a falcon volant ppr., 
jessed and belled or. cj. 88. 3 

Arthur, Sir Matthew, Bart., of Carlung, 

West Kilbride, Ayrsh., on a rock a 

pelican in her piety ppr. Fac et spera. 

295- 5 

Arthur, William Francis John Rae. Es- 
quire, a pelican in her piety, full-faced 
and wings elevated, all ppr. Fac et 
spera. 

Arthur of Springfield, Essex, a pelican 
in her piety sa., the nest or, valuing 
herself gu. 98. 14 

Arthur, Rev. Thomas Freke, M.A., of 
Hawley House, Barnstaple, a pelican 
in her piety sa., the nest or, her young 
also sa., vulning herself gu. 

Arthur, Rev. WiUiam Wells, B.A.. the 
Rectory, Atherington, Barnstaple, 
same crest. 

Arthur, Scotland, a pelican in her piety 
in a nest vert. Fac et spera. 98. 14 

Arthur, a pehcan in her piety sa., the 
nest or, her young of the first, and on 
her breast a crescent. c/. 98. 14 

Arthur, Sir George Compton Archibald, 
Bart., 4, Sackville Street, W., in front 
of two swords in saltire ppr., pommels 
and hilts or, a pelican in her piety sa., 
the nest of the second. Stet fortuna 
domus. 239. 5 

Arthur, Tasmania, upon the capital of an 
Ionic column ppr., in a nest of the 
same, a pelican in her piety sa., charged 
on the wing with a quartrefoil or. 
Teneo tenuere majores. 98. 9 

Arthur, Ireland, a falcon, wings addorsed 
az., belled or. Impdle obstantia. 88. 2 

Artindale of Brown Hill, Burnley, Lanes, 
a demi-pegasus or. winged fretty gu., 
holding between the hoofs a mullet 
of six points. In lumine luce. 

47. 12 

Artked, a dexter arm embowed, resting 
on the elbow, holding in the hand a 
cross crosslet fitched in pale sa. 

Arton, a candlestick or. 

Artus, an eagle's head, holding in the 
beak a quill ppr. 

Arundel and Surrey, Earl of, see Norfolk, 
Duke of. 

Arundel, Baron (Arundel), of Trerice, 
Comw., on a chapeau gu., turned up 
erm., a martlet arg. 95. i 

Arundel, Ireland, on a chapeau gu., 
turned up erm., a swallow arg. Critce 
dum spiro fido. c/ 96. 3 



20 

Arundel, Harris-, Devonsh. : (i) A stags 
head ppr., attired or {for Arundel). 
121. 5. (2) On a chapeau sa., turned 
up erm., a martlet of the last. 95. i. 
(3) An eagle rising erm., beaked and 
spurred or {for Harris). De Hirundine. 
— NuUi praeda. — Ear Deu. — Res. pub. 
tra. 77- 5 

Arundell, Comw., on a mount a horse 
passant arg., against a tree ppr. 

Arundell Hunter-, see Hunter. 

Arundel!, Viscount Galway, see Galway. 

Arundell of Wardour, Baron (Arundel), 
Wardour Castle, Tisbury, Wilts, a 
wolf passant ar. Deo data. 28. 10 

Arweil or Arwell, a hand holding a helmet 
ppr. 217. 12 

Asadam, a rook feeding sa. 107. 4 

Asborne, a lion's gamt erect, holding a 
flag arg., charged with an eagle dis- 
played sa. cf. 35. 12 

Asbufner, an ash-tree ppr. 144. u 

Asche, Aschey, or Ascher, in the sea, a 
ship in full sail ppr. 160. 13 

Ascon, a mascle arg. 167. 9 

AscOUgh, see Askew. 

Ascough of Blibers, Lines, an ass arg. 

cf. 125. II 

Ascough, Lines, an ass passant sa. 125.7 

Ascough and Ascue, an ass's head erased 
arg. cf. 125. 10 

Ascum, a fle\ir-de-li3 sa. 148. 2 

Aselock or Aslake, Suff., a talbot's head 
sa., guttee d'eau. cf. 56. 12 

Asen, a martlet gu. cf. 95. 5 

Aserburne, an ash-tree ppr. Qukquid 
crescit. in cinere peril. 144. 1 1 

Asgile, Bart., London, a sphinx gardant, 
wings addorsed arg., crined or. Sui 
oblitus commodi. 182. 12 

Asgil, London, same crest and motto. 

Asgill, London and Hants, on a mural 
coronet or, a sphinx couchant, gardant, 
the body brown, face and breasts ppr., 
winged or. Sui oblitus commodi. 

Ash, an old man's head in profile ppr., 
wreathed and stringed or and az. 

Ash, Stalsted, Kent, on a rock a gooee, 
wings addorsed ppr. 102. i 

Ash, Warw., a cockatrice gu. 68. 5 

Ash, a cockatrice's head erased. 68. 12 

Ash of Ashbrook, Ireland, a squirrel. 
Non nobis sed otnnibus. cf. 135. 2 

Ashawe, Lanes, out of a ducal coronet 
or, an arm embowed, vested with 
leaves vert, holding in the hand a croes 
pattee fitchee arg. 198. i 

Ashawe, the same, only holding a cross 
crosslet fitchee arg. 

Ashbee, an eagle displayed with two 
heads arg. Be just and fear not. 74. 2 

Ashberton, on a chapeau ppr., a com- 
munion cup or. 

Ashbey, see Ashby. 

Ashborne or Ashburne, Ireland, a tower 
triple-towered ppr. 157. 6 

Ashborne, a lion's gamb erect, holding a 
flag arg., charged with eagle displayed 
sa. cf. 35. 12 

Ashbourne, Baron (Gibson), 12, Merrion 
Square, Dublin, on a bank of reeds a 
pelican in her piety, all ppr. Pandite 
coelestes portce. 242. 9 

Ashbrook, Viscount (Flower), Castle 
Durrow, Durrow, Queen's Co., Ireland, 
a raven ppr., holding in the beak an 
ermine-spot sa. Mens conscia recti. 

cf. 107. 14 



ASH 

Ashburne and Ashburner, Camb., an ash- 
tree ppr. Quicquid crescit in cinere 
peril. — Actio virlutislaus. 144. 11 

Ashburnham, Earl of (Ashburnham, 
Knight of Malta, and Knight Grand 
Cross of the Pontifical Order of Pius), 
Ashburnham Place, Battle, Sussex, out 
of a ducal coronet or, an ash-tree ppr. 
Le roi et Vestal. 145. 9 

Ashburnham, Bart., Bromham, Sussex, 
same crest. Will God, and I ,<ihall. 

Ashburnham of Ashburnham, Sussex, out 
of a ducal coronet or, an ash-tree ppr. 
Will God, and I shall. 145-9 

Ashburnham, Major-General Sir Cromer, 
of Brooklands, Wellington, Salop, 
same crest and motto. 

Ashburnham or Ashbrenham, a griffin's 
head ppr., collared arg. cf. 67. 7 

Ashburton, Baron (Baring), the Grange, 
-\lresford, Hants, a mullet erminois be- 
tween two wings arg. Virtus in arduis. 
239. 2 

Ashbury, see Ashborne. 

Ashbury, a lion's gamb erased or, holding 
a spear, pendant therefrom a flag arg., 
charged with a martlet gu. JLquitale 
ac diligentia. cf 31:. 12 

Ashby of Greenfields, Shropsh. t (i) On a 
mural coronet arg., a leopard's face or 
(for Ashby). cf. 22. 2. (2) A demi- 
lion rampant, holding in the dexter 
paw a sword (for Maddoch). 14. 12 
Be fust and fear not 

Ashby, Major George Ashby. (i) On a 
mural crown arg., a leopard's face 
affrontee or {for Ashby). (2) A demi- 
lion couped or, fretty gu., holding in 
the dexter paw a dagger erect arg., 
pommel and hilt gold. Be just and 
fear not. 

Ashby, John Shuokburgh, same crests and 
motto. 

Ashby, Nicholas Hermann, ESquire, of 
Quenby Hall, I^eics., upon a mural 
coronet arg., a leopard's face or. Be 
just and fear not. cf. 22. 2 

Ashby, Leics., a ram's head arg., attired 
or. 130. I 

Ashby, Leics., an eagle close arg., ducally 
crowned or. cf. 76. 2 

Ashby, Middx., an eagle, wings expanded 
arg., ducally crowned or. cf. 77. 5 

Ashby, George Ashby Hermann, Esquire, 
upon a mural crown arg., a leopard's 
face or. Be just and fear not. 

Ashcombe, Baron (Cubitt), Denbies, Dork- 
ing, acolumn ppr., in front two scimitars 
in saltire or. Felix j!(i prudens. 

245. I 

Ashcomb or Vishcomb, Berks, on a 
chapeau ppr., a demi-eagle displayed 
sa,, ducaUy crowned or. cf. 80. 12 

Ashcroft of Grange House, Oakhill Park, 
Old Swan, Liverpool, out of park-pales 
or, an ash-tree ppr., therefrom pendant 
by a riband gu. an escutcheon of the 
first, charged with an ash-branch, 
sUpped, leaved, and fructed vert. 
Floruit fraxinus. 

Ashdoun or Ashdown, a lion's head gu., 
collared or, and bezantee. 

Ashdown, Kent, a bull's head couped. 
Numen et omnia. 44- 10 

Ashe, Bart., Twickenham, a cockatrice or, 
combed and wattled gu. 68. 5 

Ashe, Devonsh., a cockatrice close or, 
legged and beaked gu. 



ASH 

Ashe of Ashfield, Ireland, and of Wilts, 
a cockatrice or, combed, wattled, 
and armed gu. Fight. — Non nobis sed 
omnibus. 68. 4 

Ashe or Eshe, Devonsh., a cockatrice 
arg., charged on the breast with a tre- 
foil, slipped gu. 68.4 
Ashenden, a lion's gamb erased gu., hold- 
ing up the hilt of a broken sword ppr. 
38. 2 
Ashenden, a lion rampant supporting an 
arrow in pale, point downwards. 2. 4 
Ashenhurst of Beardhall, Derbysh., a 
cockatrice, tail nowed, with a serpent's 
head sa., comb, wattles, and head gu., 
in the beak a trefoil vert. 
Asher, a ship in full sail ppr. 160. 13 
Asherburne and Ashburner, Cumb., an 
ash-tree ppr. Quicquid crescit in cinere 
peril. — Actio virtutis laus. 144. 1 1 
Asherst, Lanes, a fox passant ppr. 32. i 
Asheton, Great Lever, Lanes, a boar's 
head couped arg., armed and bristled 
gu. In Domino confido. 43. i 
Asheton or Assheton, a mower, his face 
and hands ppr., his habit vested per 
pale arg. and sa. coanterchanged, 
holding a scythe, the blade arg., the 
handle or. <•/. iSS. 12 
Asheton-Tonge, see Tonge. 
Asheton or Ashton, a demi-angel, wings 
expanded, hands closed a-s in jjraycr, 
vested arg., face and hands ppr., hair, 
wings, and girdle or. 
Ashfield, a wolf passant or. 28. 10 
Ashfield, a wolf current erm. 2 
Ashfield, Norf. and Suif., a grifiSn passant 
arg. 63. 2 
Ashfield, Suff., a wyvern statant arg. 

cf. 70. 2 

Ashford of Ashford, Devonsh. and 

Cornw., issuing out of a chaplet of 

oak-leaves vert, a Moor's head in 

profile sa., wreathed arg. 

Ashford, Baron, see Albemarle, Earl of. 

Ashfordby, Wilts, an ass's head erased 

or, gorged with a collar sa., charged 

with three mullets or. r/. 125. 12 

Ashhurst, Lanes, a fox statant ppr. 

Vincit qui patitur. cf. 32. 2 

Ashhurst, William Henry, of Waterstock, 

O.xon., same crest and motto. 

Ashinghurst, a cockatrice close sa., 

wattled and legged gu., the tail nowed, 

ending with a serpent's head, holding 

in the mouth of cockatrice a trefoil 

vert. 

Ashley, Chesh., a bear's head muzzled 

ppr. 34. 14 

Ashley, Lord, see Ashley-Cooper. 

Ashley of Wimborne, Dorset, on a chapeau 

gu., turned up erm., a bull passant sa., 

gorged with a ducal coronet and armed 

or. <•/. 45. 9 

Ashley-Cooper, Rt. Hon. Sir Anthony, 

Earl 0! Shaftesbury and Baron Ashley, 

on a chapeau gu., turned up erm., a 

bull passant sa., gorged with a ducal 

coronet or, armed and ungu. of the 

same. Lore, serve. c/. 45. 9 

Ashlin, a fir-tree ppr. 144. 13 

Ashman, Wilts, a hautboy in pale. 168. i 

Ashmead-Bartlett, Sir Ellis, of 6, Grosve- 

nor Street, in front of a tower ppr., a 

demi-swan with wings elevated arg., 

collared sa. Mature. 

Ashmole, Staffs, a greyhound courant 

sa. cf. 58. 5 



21 

Ashmole, Staffs, on a mount, a greyhound 
courant sa. 58. 2 

Ashmore, Ireland, a demi-eagle displayed, 
with two heads or, each royally crowned 
ppr. cf. 82. I 

Ashmore, Lieutenant-Colonel Charles, 
Belfast, a star of six points wavy arg., 
between two laurel branches vert. 
Cave adsum. 

Ashoe, a hawk ppr., belled or. 85. 2 

Ashondon, a lion rampant supporting an 
arrow erect, point doivnward. 2. 4 

Ashpitel, a demi-dragon erased sa., 
winged, collared, and armed or. Omnia 
certa jac. cf. 73. 10 

Ashton, Baron (Williamson), Ryelands, 
Lancaster, a demi-eagle displayed or, 
guttce-de-poix, each wing charged with 
a fesse, and holding in beak two trefoils 
in saltire sa. Murus mneua con- 
scientia sana. 

Ashton, Leics., a boar's head couped arg. 
43- I 

Ashton, Percy, Mortou House, near 
Worcs., a boar's head erased sa. In 
Domino confido. 

Ashton, a stag statant regardant arg., 
attired and ungu. or, gorged with 
chaplet of laurel ppr. 

Ashton, see Burchardt-Ashton. 

Ashton, Lanes, a boar's head couped arg. 
In Domino confido. 43. i 

Ashton of Middx., Staffs, of Spalding, 
Lines, and Sheering, Essex, out of a 
mural coronet arg., a griffin's head gu., 
ducally gorged and beaked or. 67. 6 

Ashton, Thomas Gair, of Hyde, Chesh., 
on a mount vert, a mower ppr., vested 
paly arg. and sa., in the act of whetting 
his scythe, also ppr. Vide el virtule. 

Ashton, Ireland, a man armed cap-a-pie 
striking with a scythe ppr. Quid non 

Ashton of Little Orm Hall, Staffs, on a 
mount vert, a mower with his scythe, 
all ppr. Fide el virtule. 

Ashton, Arundel Mackenzie-, Esquire, of 
Stockport, Chesh., on a mount vert, a 
mower ppr., vested paly arg. and sa., 
iu the act of whetting his scythe, also 



Ashton, a lion's head erased ppr. 17. 8 

Ashton of Jlanchester, upon a mount vert, 

an heraldic tiger rampant or, gorged 

with a collar dancettee, and holding 

between the paws a midlet sa. Agere 

Ashton-Gwatkin, Rev. Walter Henry 
Trelawny, of the Rectory, Wrotham, 
Kent, on a mount vert, a garb or. in 
front thereof a Cornish chough with 
wings expanded sa. Duw a bortha y 

Ashtown, Baron (Trench), Woodlawn, 
CO. Galway, an arm in armour em- 
bowed, holding a sword, all ppr. 
Virtutis jortuna comes. 105. 2 

Ashurin of Bretforton Manor, Evesham, 
Worcs., a Moor's head couped at the 
shoulders in profile ppr.. ^vreathed 
about the temples arg. and az. Audax 
vincendo. 192. 13 

Ashurst, a wolf passant ppr. 28. 10 

Ashurst of Waterstock, Oxon., a fox 
statant ppr. Vincit qui paiitur. 

el. ;2. 2 



ASK 



AshweU, on 1 



chapeau 
Ashwood, on a chapeai 



I garb ppr. 

153. 10 
the sun, all ppr. 
c/. 162. 2 

Ashworth, Heyford, Oxon., on a mount 
vert, a fox ppr. cf. 32. 2 

Ashworth of Egerton Hall, Turton, 
Bolton-le-Moors, Lanes, on a mount 
vert, a fox ppr. Fac rede nil time. 

cf. 32. 2 

Ashworth, Lanes, same crest. Appetitus 
ralioni pareat. 

Ashworth, George Binns, of Birtenshaw 
House, Bolton. Lanes, upon a rock a 
fox ppr., supporting with the dexter 
foreleg a passion cross invected or. 

Ashworth, Henry, Esquire, of Birtenshaw 
House, Bolton, Lanes, same crest. 

Ashworth, Edward, of Staghills, Water- 
foot, Manchester, in front of two 
crosslets bottonee fitchee in saltire or, 
a fox passant ppr., charged on the body 
with two fleurs-de-lis in fesse, also gold. 
Vincit amor palrice. 244. i 

Ashworth, a savage's head affrontee ppr. 

Ashworth, ( 



190. 



ppr. 

Ashworth, Hants, on 
ppr. Coelu-i 



a mount vert, an ash-tree 
cf. 144. II 

Ashworth, Ireland, on a chapeau a garb 
153. 10 
mount vert, a fox 
cf. 32. 2 

Aske of Aske, Lanes, an old man's head 
in profile ppr., wreathed or and az., 
and tied with a bow of the colours. 

Aske, a dragon's head couped arg. 71. i 

Askeam or Askeham, a dolphin az. 

140. 5 

Askeby, Askely, Asklaby, Asklakby, or 
Asklakeby, a sundial on a pedestal 
ppr. 176. 7 

Asken or Askene, an eiss's head sa. 

125. 12 

Asketine or Askentine, of West Peckham, 
Kent, two lions' gambs erect sa., 
supporting a crescent or. 39. 6 

Askew, an ass ppr. cf. 125. 11 

Askew or Askue, London, an ass's head 
ppr., gorged with three bars or, be- 
tween two wings or and arg. 

Askew, Lines, an ass arg. cf. 125. 11 

Askew and Ascough, Northumb. and 
Scotland, an arm ppr., holding a sword 
arg., hilt or, enfiled with a Saracen's 
head couped ppr., wreathed or and sa., 
blood issuing gu. Fac el spera. 

cf. 212. 14 

Askew of Pallinsburn, Northumb., same 
crest. Patienlia casus exsuperat omnes. 

Askew, Henry Hugh, Esquire, a naked 
arm ppr., grasping a sword arg., 
pommel and hUt or, enfiled with a 
Saracen's head couped, distilling drops 
of blood. aU also ppr., wreathed about 
the temples. 

Askew-Robertson, Watson, Esquire, of 
Ladykirk, Berwick, and Pallinsburn, 
Cornhill, co. Northumb. : (i) A dexter 
cubit arm ppr., charged (for dis- 
tinction) with a cross crosslet gu., 
the hand holding an imperial crown, 
also ppr. 270.5. Virhdis gloria mercet 
{for Robertson of Ladykirk). (2) A 
dexter hand holding on a poignard 
erect ppr., hilt and pommel or, a 
Saracen's head couped and imbrued 
ppr., wreathed about the temples with 
a torse arg. and gu., tied with ribands 



ASK 

of the same colours, and above, on 
a scroll. Fac et spera {for Asketc). 
Palientia easily exsuperat omnes {for 
Robertson of Ladylcirk). 270. 6 

Askham, a dolpbin az. 

AskiU, see AiskeU. 

Askwith, Yorks, a mascle gu. 167. 9 

Askwith, of Ripon, Yorks, a cross crosslet 
fitchee between two wings. Honestas 
quam spleiidida. Ill- 3 

Aslack, Aslake, and Asloke, of Holme, 
Norf., a talbot's bead sa., guttee- 
d'eau. c/. 56. 12 

Aslacton, a moorcock's head erased .^a. 

Aslakby or Aslakeby, a sundial on a 
pedestal ppr. 176. 7 

Aslake, see Aselock. 

AsUn, London, a demi-horse ppr. 53. 3 

Aslin, Aslyn, or Asslan, an escutcheon 
charged \Titli a rose gu. cf. 149. 7 

Aspall, a dragon's head couped or. 

71. I 

Aspall, a man's head bearded ppr., on 
his head a cap gu. 

Aspath, two spears in saltier. 

Aspin, Bucks, a dragon's head or, between 
two aspen-branches ppr. 

AspinaU, Preston, Lanes, a demi-griffin 
erased sa., collared, winged, and beaked 
or. ^gis fortissima virtus. 

Aspinall, Ralph John, J. P., of Standen 
Hall, Lanes, same crest and motto. 

Aspinwall, Samuel J., Chestergate, Mac- 
clesfield, a demi-griffin sa., collared 
beaked and clawed or. ^gis fortis- 
sima virtus. 

Aspland, Arthur Palmer, Esquire, of 
Wernest Lodge, Gee Cross, Chesh., in 
front of a ram's head couped sa., 
armed or, three mascles interlaced 
fessewise arg. Ex libertate Veritas. 

cf. 130. I 

Aspland, Lindsay Middleton, Esquire, 
LL.D., same crest and motto. 

Asprey, London, a demi-griffin erased sa. 
Redontahh et fougueux. 

Asscoti or Ascotti, an eagle displayed 
with two heads ppr., imperially 
crow-ned or. Duni spiro spero. cf. 74. 2 

Assent, out of a ducal coronet a horse's 
head arg., bridled gu. cf. 51. 7 

Assey, Sutf., a demi-lion rampant ppr., 
crowned with an Eastern crown gu., 
and holding in his paws a sword erect, 
also ppr. 

Assheton and Asshetton, a boar's head 
couped gu. {another, or). 43. I 

Assheton, Ralph, of Downham and Cuer- 
dale. Lanes, on a cap of maintenance a 
mower vested, and capped quarterly 
arg. and sa., the sleeves and stock- 
ings counterchanged, holding a scythe 
a?.., handled or, the point of the blade 
towards the doster. Nee arrogo nee 
dubito. 

Assheton, Ralph Cokayne, Esquire, of 
Hall Foot, Clitheroe, same crest and 
motto. 

Assheton, Rev. Richard Orme, the Gable 
House, Bilton, Rugby, Warw., same 
crest and motto. 

Astbury, Frederick James, Esquire, of 
Hilton Park, Prestwich, on a mural 1 
coronet, a dove with wings expanded 
ppr., holding in the dexter claw au 
estoile or. Devotioiie et labore. I 

Astel or Astle, Staffs, a seahorse couchant, 
ducally gorged. cf. 46. 5 I 



22 

Astell, a cross crosslet or, entwined by a 
serpent vert. Sub cruce glnrior. 

165. 6 

Astell, Richard John Vereker. of 16, 
Sloane Gardens, S.W. : (i) A cross 
crosslet or, environed with a serpent 
vert. 165. 6. (2) A lion's head erased 
purp., gorged with a coronet or, and 
guttee-de-larmes. Sub cruce glorior. 

Astell, Somerset Charles Godfrey Fairfax, 
Esquire, of West Lodge, Puddlehinton, 
Dorchester: (i) A cross crosslet or, 
entwined with a serpent vert. (2) A 
lion'.s head erased purp., gorged with 
a ducal coronet or, and guttee-de- 
I'armes. St(6 cruce gloria glorior. 

Asterby, Lines, an oak-tree ppr. 143. 5 

Astery, Asterlley, or Esterley, an estoile 
between two wings ppr. cf. 112. i 

Astle, see Astel. 

Astley, Baron Hastings, out of a ducal 
coronet or, a plume of five ostrich- 
feathers arg. 114. 13. And also, on 
a chapeau gu., turned up erm., a ducal 
coronet or, issuing therefrom a pillar 
gu.. surmounted by five ostrich- 
feathers arg. Justitioe tenax. 

Astley, Rev. Hubert Delavel, of Benham 
Hall, Newbury: (i) Out of a dneal 
coronet or, a plume of five feathers arg. 
(j) On a chapeau gu., a ducal coronet 
or, thereout a plume of feathers arg., 
incased gu. .Justitiir tenax. 

Astley, Ludford-, of Ansley Park, near 
Atherstone, Warw., on a cap of main- 
tenance a plume of seven ostrich- 
feathers gu. 

Astley, Warw., out of a ducal coronet or, 
a plume of seven ostrich-feathers gu., 
surmounted by another plume of the 
first. 

Astley, Sir John Dugdale, Bart., of 
Everley, Wilts, on a chapeau ppr., a 
plume of ostrich feathers gu. 

Astley, Essex, on a chapeau a plume of 
feathers arg., banded gu., environed 
with a ducal coronet or. 1 14. 1 1 

Astley-Corbett, Sir Francis Edmund 
George, Bart., of Elsham Hall, in the 
county of Lines, on a wreath of the 
coloiurs an elephant statant arg., tusked 
or, the trappings sa., fimbriated or, on 
his back a castle triple-towered of the 
last. 133. II 

Astley, Sir John, K.G., temp. Hen. VI., 
out of a ducal coronet or, a harpy 
arg., ducally gorged and crined of the 
first. 

Aston, a bull's head or, armed per fesse 
sa. and arg. cf. 44. 3 

Aston, Baron Aston, of Forfar, a bull's 
head couped sa. Numini et patrice 
asto. 44. 10 

Aston, Harold Edgar, solicitor, 71, Edg- 
^are Road, W., same crest and motto. 

Aston, Lord Aston, Staffs and Ireland, 
a bull's head or, the horns arg., tipped 
sa. cf. 44. 3 

Aston, a chapeau gu., turned up erm., 
on each side thereof within the erm. 
a bull's horn ppr. 

Aston, a fox's head ppr. 33. 4 

Aston, an etoile ppr. E tenebris lux. 

164. I 

Aston of Aston, Chester, an ass's head 
ppr. Pret d'accomplir. 125.12' 

Aston, Chesh., an ass's head per chevron ■ 
arg. and sa. 125. 12 i 



ATH 

I Aston of Fairnham, Bart., Hants, an 
ass's head ppr. 125. 12 

Aston, Staffs, Chesh., and Lanes, an ass's 
head ppr. Prit d'accomplir. 125. 12 

Aston, Chesh., an ass's head per pale arg. 
and sa. 125. 12 

Aston, Staffs and Lanes, an ass's head 

per pale arg. and sa. Pret d'accomplir. 

125. 12 

Astonne, an ass's head gu. 125.12 

Astor, William Waldorf, Esquire, of 
18, Carlton House Terrace, S.W., an 
eagle with wings displayed. Ad a-sfra. 

Astrie, Henbury, and Astry, Wood End, 
Beds, a stag's head erased gu., attired 
or. 121. 2 

Astrovel, a buckle or. 178. 5 

Astrye, Beds, an ostrich or, wings en- 
dorsed, holding in the beak a horse- 
shoe, cf. 165. 7 

Aswell, Cornw., across formee arg., guttee- 
de-poix. cf. 165. 7 

Aswell, see Ashwell. 

Atbarough or Atborough, Somers., a 
martin arg., coUared and lined or. 

<■/■ 1 34- 9 

Atcherley, of Marton, Shropsh., a demi- 
bustard couped gu., wings elevated or, 
holding in the beak a lily arg., slipped 
vert. Spe posteri temporis. 

Atcherley, Llewellyn William, Esquire, 
same crest and motto. 

Atcherley, Richard Topping Beverley, 
Esquire, same crest and motto. 

Atcheson of Pittenweem, an astrolabe 
ppr. Observe. 167. 7 

Atcheson, Scotland, a cock standing on a 
trumpet ppr. Vigilantibus. 91. 6 

Atchison, a cock ppr. Vigilantibus. 

91. 2 

AteliH, Atcliffe, Atclyfl, or Atclyfle, a cross 
crosslet arg. 165. 2 

Atetse, a Cornish chough ppr. 107. 14 

Atfield, an arm embowed throwing an 
arrow fesseways, all ppr. 201. 14 

Atfoe, on a chapeau a lion's head erased, 
all ppr. 17. 9 

Athanray, Ireland, out of a ducal coronet 
a goat's head. 12S. 14 

Athawes, Edward James, Esquire, of 
Neville House, Streatham, a lion 
rampant. 

Athelstan or Athelston, a hand holding 
a sword in pale, enfiled with a savage's 
head couped and wreathed. 212. 14 

Athelstane, a mound gu., banded and 
crossed or. 159.' 12 

Atherley and Atherly, a lion's head 
erased sa. 17. 8 

Atherley, ou a chapeau a stork ppr. 

105. 3 

Atherley, Arthur Harry Howard, Es- 
quire, J. P., of Landguard Manor, 
near ShankUn. Isle of Wight, on a 
chapeau gu., turned up erm., a stork 
ppr. Pro pairia. 

Atherton, Durh., upon a fountain a 
sparrow-hawk close ppr. 

Atherton, Lanes, on a perch a hawk 
belled ppr. 85. 13 

Atherton or Atterton, Lanes, a hawk 
ppr., legged and beaked or. 85. 2 

Atherton, Rev. Robert, Bolnhurst Rec- 
tory, St. Neot's, Hunts, a hawk ppr., 
legged and beaked or. Onward. 85. 2 

Atherton, Lanes, a swan arg. 99. 2 

Atherton, Lanes, a swan az., ducally 
gorged and lined or. cf. 99. 2 



ATH 



23 



ATT 



Atherton, Taj-nton House, Glouc, a swan 
az., duoally gorged and lined or. Nee 
elatiis, necdejectus. cf. 99- 2 

Atherton of Atherton, Yorks, a demi- 
swan arg., beaked gu., gorged with a 
ducal coronet or. 
Atherton, a swan, wings expanded, 
gorged with a coUar and lined, and 
issuing from ducal coronet. 

c/. 99- 5 

Athill, Charles Harold, Esquire, F.S.A., 

Richmond Herald, a plume of three 

ostrich-feathers erect arg., interlaced 

with as many annulets fessewise or. 

Crescam nt prosim. i'.^- 5 

Athlone, Earl of (De Ginkell), Ireland, a 

pair of wings erect arg., charged with 

two bars dancettee. iMo mon quam 

jcedari. <:/■ I09- 6 

Athlumney, Baron (SomerviUe), Navan, 

Meath, Ireland, a demi-lion rampant 

sa., charged on the shoulder with a 

cross crosslet fitchee and two mullets 

arg. Grains Dieu tant que lu viceras. 

* 10. 5 

Athol, Scotland, an arm in armour 

brandishing a scimitar ppr. 196- 1° 

Athole, Duke of (Stewart-Murray), a 

demi-savage ppr., wreathed about the 

liead and waist vert, holding in the 

dexter hand a dagger, also ppr.. pommel 

and hilt or, and in his sinister a key 

of the last. Ftirth fortune and (ill the 

letters. ^^f"- ^ 

Athorpe, a hawk ppr. ,. , „ , ^'^- ', 

Athorpe, Rev. George Middleton. ot 

Morthen Hall, near Rotherham, a 

falcon ppr., beUed or, the dexter claw 

resting on an escutcheon of the aims, 

viz., per pale nebulee arg. and az., two 

mullets in fesse counterchanged. 

85. :i 

Athorpe, Robert: (i) Same crest as] 

above. (2) Middleton. (3) A mount 

vert, thereon a cross cluchee or, 

charged in the centre with a fleur-de- I 

Athurton, a swan arg., ducaUy gorged 
and lined or. c/- 99- 2 

Athwat, a horse's head erm., out of a 
plume of five ostrich -feathers gu. 
'■ cf. 51. II 

Athy, Ireland, a lion passant or. Duci et 
non trahi. ^ . ^' '* 

Atkey, Frederick Walter, Esquire, of 
Clevelands. Wimbledon, a griffin se- 
greant or, gorged with a collar gemel, 
holding between the claws a cross 
moline, and the dexter foot resting on 
a garb fessewise gu. Lahore fides. 
Atkin, see Aines. 

Atkin, Ireland, an ox-yoke az., stapled or 

178. 6 

Atkin-Roberts, John Roberts^ Esquire, 

of Glassenbury Park. Cranbrook, 

Kent : ( I ) On a mount vert, an eagle 

displayed erm., wings arg., gorged 

with a" chaplet of ivy ppr. (for Roberts). 

74. 10. (2) Two greyhounds' heads 

addorsed and erased arg., guttee-de- 

sang, gorged with a collar vair, and 

each holding in the mouth a trefoil 

slipped sa. [for Atkin). Post funera 

vi^tm. ^1- 6o- 12 

Atkins, Yelverton, Norf., a demi-tiger 

erm., collared and lined or. 

cf. 2%. 8 
Atkins, London, an etoile. 164. I 



Atkins or Atkyns, Totteridge, Herts, and 

Glouc, two greyhounds' heads erased, 

addorsed arg. and sa., collared and 

ringed counterchanged. Vincil cum 

legihusarma. 6o-.i2 

Atkins, Frederick Thomas, Esquire, 

hanker, Madras, India, in front of two 

greyhounds' heads addorsed and erased 

arg., gorged with a collar dory and 

counter-florv az., as many fleurs-de-lis 

of the last. 60. 14 

Atkins of Yelverton, Norf., a demi-lion 

rampant erm., langued gu., armed and 

ducallv "orged or, with a chain affixed 

to the" coronet, pendant between the 

paws and reflexed thence over the 

back, also or. ff- \o. 7 

Atkins of Waterpark, Cork, a pelican 

j vulning herself ppr. Be fust and fear 

not. 98- I 

Atkins, a pelican ppr., preying on a 

wyvern vert. 
Atkins, Ireland, a nag's head erased sa., 
bridled arg. Honor et virtus, cf. 50. 8 
Atkinson, a "pheon or. Deo adiuvante. 

174- II 
Atkinson, Newcastle, a pheon az. 174- n 
Atkinson of Tarbottle, Northumb., a 
pheon or. I74- i 

Atkinson, Sheffield, a pheon or. Aut 
homo aut nullus. I74-Ii 

' Atkinson of Newark, Notts, a pheon or. 
Nil sine lahore. 174. " 

Atkinson, late Rt. Hon. Richard, of 
Hi"hfield House, Rathgar, co. Dubhn, 
and of 31, College Green. Dubhn, Lord 
Mayor of the said city 1857 and 1861. 
i the" battlements of a castle arg., the 
towers at either end flommant ppr., 
1 1 thereon a pheon erect, point down- 
wards or. Esperance en Dieu. 
Atkinson of Rehins, and of Ballylahan, 
CO. Mayo, Ireland, an eagle displayed 
with two heads arg., charged on the 
breast with a fleur-de-lis sa. Est pii 
Deum et patriam deligere. cf. 74. 2 
Atkinson of Cangort, Ireland, an eagle 
with two heads displayed az., beaked 
and legged gu. Deo et regi fldelis. 

74- 2 
Atkinson of WooUey Grange, Bradford- 
on-Avon, Wilts ; Walls End ; and Ben- 
weU, Northumb., an eagle displayed 
with two heads sa., suspended from 
the neck a bugle-horn stringed arg 
and holding in each claw a rose gu., 
slipped and leaved ppr. Deo et regi 
fldelis. 
Atkinson, Buddie, Esquire, an eagle 
displayed with two heads sa., gorged 
with a bugle-horn stringed arg., in each 
claw a rose slipped ppr., seeded or. 
Deo regi fidelis. - ,, , . 

Atkinson, Charles, Esquire, of Kehms, 
BaUylahan, co. Mayo, an eagle dis- 
played with two heads arg., charged 
on "the breast with a fleur-de-lis sa, 
E.St pii Deum et patriam deligere. 
Atkinson, Guv Montague, Esquire, Can- 
gort, Shinr'one, King's Co., an eagle 
displayed with two heads az., beaked 
and le"gged gu. Deo et regi fidelis. 
Atkinson, Edwin Crossley, Esquire, of 
Mieklegate House, Pontetract, Yorks, 
an eacrfe, wings expanded arg., holding 
a fleur-de-lis in the beak, beaked and 
legged gu. Tempiis omnia revelat. 



Atkinson, Thomas Henry Hollis Brad- 
ford, Esquire, of Angerton, near 
Morpeth, Northumb., on a mount 
between two roses stalked and leaved 
ppr., a pheon az. Crede Deo. 
Atkinson, London, Northumb., and 
Somers., an eagle, wings expanded arg., 
beaked and legged gu. 77- 5 

Atkinson, Notts, a demi-eagle, wings 
displayed or, collared sa. cf. 80. 2 

Atkinson, Nicholas, Esquire, Senior 
Puisne Judge of the Supreme Court 
of Justice in British Guiana, of Rorai- 
ma, Broadhurst Gardens, Hampstead, 
a falcon, wings elevated and endorsed 
gu., bezantee, gorged with a collar 
gemel arg., supporting with the dexter 
leg an escutcheon az., charged with a 
rose arg. Deo et pairice fiddis. 

cf. 87. 10 

Atkinson, Rev. Francis Home, of Morland 

Hall, Westml., a roundel per fesse az. 

and gu., charged with an eagle, with 

two heads displayed or. 

Atkinson of Rampsbeck Lodge, Cumb., a 

falcon, wings expanded. cf. 87. i 

Atkinson, a swan, wings addorsed, 

swallowing a fish ppr. 99- 1° 

Atkinson, a lion's head erased ppr. 17- 8 

Atkinson, a wolfs head erased sa. 30. 8 

Atkinson of Angerton, Northumb., on a 

mount, and between two roses stalked 

and leaved ppr., a pheon az. Crede 

Deo. . 

Atkinson, Cambs, a sea-lion sejant arg., 

holding in the dexter paw an escallop 



Atkyn and Atkyns, an arm in armour 
embowed ppr., holding in the gauntlet 
a cross formee fitched az., fleury or. 

Atkyns, .fee Atkins. 

Atkyns of Saperton HaU, Glouc., on a 
mount vert, two greyhounds' heads 
addorsed arg. and sa., collared and 
ringed counterchanged. Vincit cum 
legihusarma. cf. 60. 12 

Atkyns of Great Berkhampstead, Herts, 
a stork arg., wings and tail sa., beaked 
and legged gu., preying on a dragon 
vert. 

Atlee, two lions' heads addorsed ppr., and 

collared. cf. 18. 2 

Atlee and Atley, Sussex, two Uons heads 

addorsed ppr. I7- 3 

Atley, on an escutcheon are., a pheon 

Atmore and Attemore, a mermaid ppr., 

crined or, comb and mirror of the last. 

184. 8 

Atsley, a leopard's head erased or, spotted 

sa., and ducallv gorged of the first. 

cf. 23. 2 

Atsoe or Atfoe, on a chapeau ppr., a hon s 

head erased gu. 17- 9 

Attelound or Attelounde, a hound 

couchant sardant ppr. (Another, arg.) 

cf. 57. II 

Atterton, see Atherton. 

Atterton, Lanes, a swan arg., ducaUy 

gorged and lined or. cf. 99- 2 

AttfleW, an arm embowed throwing an 

arrow in fess, all ppr. 201. 14 

Atton or Attone, out of a ducal coronet 

two lions' gambs in saltier sa. 39- . 1° 

Attree, Alfred Augustus Town, Esquire, 

on a mount an oak-tree, and m frtmt 

thereof a serpent nowed, all ppr. 

Spsrate ftUurum. 



ATT 

Attree, Frederick William Town, Esquire, 
of Royal Engineers, Chatham, same 
crest and motto. 

Attwood, a demi-lady, holding in her 
dexter hand a pair of scales, all ppr. 

183. 2 

Attwood, Worcs., issuing from a coronet 
a swan's head. 

Attwood, Thomas A. C, Esquire, JI..\. 
Oson., of JIalvern WeUs, Worcs., of 
the family of Attwood, formerly of 
Hawne House, Corngreave's Hall, and 
the Leasowes, near Halesowen, in the 
same county, and of the city of Bir- 
mingham, beneath an oak-tree a demi- 
swan, wings expanded ppr. Possunt 
quia posse viderdur. 100. 5 

Attwood, formerly of Park Attwood, 
Wolverley Court, and Perdiswell, 
Worcs., issuing from a ducal coronet 
a swan's head and neck between two 
wings displayed ppr. 

Atty of PenJey Hall, Warw., on a ducal 
coronet an erm. passant. Eamus 
quo ducit jortuna. 

Atwater, between the attires of a stag, 
affixed to the scalp or, a rose gu. 

c/. 149. 9 

Atwell, Devonsh., a lion rampant 
erminois, holding between the paws 
an annulet or. 

Atwood, Rev. George Dewhurst, Hinton, 
Brackley, Northamp., a dove ppr. 
Humani nil alieiuim. 92. 2 

Atwood, an antelope's head ppr 

cf. 126. 2 

Atwood, Ireland, an arm in fess, holding 
in the hand a cross crosslet filched 
erect. 221. 10 

Atwood, Suff., a cubit arm in armour 
erect erg., holding in the hand ppr. a 
battle-axe. 

Atwood of Bromfield, Essex, on a branch 
af a tree trunked lying fesseways or, a 
fleur-de-lis arg., between two" sprigs 
vert. 

Aty, Atye, or Attye, an erm. passant ppr. 
134. 6 

Atye of Newington, Middx., same crest. 

Aubemarle, an ear of wheat bladed and 
a palm-branch in saltier ppr. 

154. 10 

Anbert, Ix)ndon, a talbot passant ppr., 
with a broken collar between his fore- 
legs, a line affixed to the collar re- 
flexed over the back, and passing 
between the hind-legs, with a double 
bow at the end, all or. Fide et forti- 
tudine. 54. 3 

Aubertin of Yeulands, Banstead, Surrey, 
two barmers of the arms (viz., az. on 
a fesse or, between three plates in 
chief and a cross moline in base arg., 
an eagle displayed sa.) in saltire. Eslo 
fidelis. 

Aubert, John Daniel, Esquire, a tilting- 
spear erect ppr., passing through a 
hauberk or coat of maU or. Aides 
Dieu. 

Aubin and St. Aubin, on a rock a Cornish 
chough, all ppr. 107. 2 

Aubin, Cornw., on a rock ppr., an eagle 
rising arg. 

Aubley or Aubly, a dexter hand ppr., 
holding a cross pattee fitched gu. in 
pale. cf. 221. 12 

Aubrey, Bart, (extinct), an eagle's head 
erased or. Solem /cm. S3. 2 



24 

Aubrey, Charles Aubrey, Esquire, of 
Dorton House, Buclcs : (l) An eagle's 
head erased or {/or Aubretj). 83. 2. 
(2) Issuant from a wTeath of quatrefoils 
gu., an arm embowed, vested arg., 
charged with two escallops, also gu., 
the hand holding a scimitar ppr. 
(/or Ricketts). Solem fero. 

Aubyn, St., Somers., a squirrel sejant erm., 
collared and lined or. c/. 135. 4 

Aubyn, an eagle, wings displayed ppr. 

Aucher of Bourne, Kent, Bart., a bull's 
head erased gu., armed or. 44. 3 

Auchinleck of that ilk, Scotland, an ear 
of rye ppr. Pretiosum qnod utile. 

154. I 

Auchinleck, Ireland, a wheat-stalk bladed 
and eared, all ppr. Pretiosum quod 
ulile (St. 154. 3 

Auchinleck of Balmano, Scotland, two 
wings issuing ppr. Berum sapieniia 
custos. 109. 6 

Auchmuty, Scotland, an arm in armour 
embowed holding a spear, all ppr. 

197. I 

Auchmuty, an arm in armour embowed 
ppr., holding in the hand the lower 
part of a broken spear az. Dum sjjiri) 
spero. 197-7 

Auchmuty, General Sir Samuel Benjamin. 
G.C.B., on a wreath of the colours 
an arm embowed in armour ppr., hold- 
ing the lower part of a broken spear 
bendwa3'S az. Dum spiro spero. 197.7 

Auchterlonje, Scotland, an eagle dis- 
played ppr. Deus mihi adjutor. 75. 2 

Auchterlony of.Guynd, same crest. 

Auchterlony, Scotland, a lion's head 
erased sa., collared or. 18. 6 

Auckland, Baron (Eden), Kitley, Ply- 
mouth, an arm in armour embowed 
ppr., holding a garb or, the upper part 
of the arm encircled by an annulet gu. 
Si sit prtidentia. 251.10 

Audborougb, an escallop or, between two 
wings az. 141. 10 

Audeley, a mullet of six points or, 
between two wings az. 1 1 2. i 

Auden, Rev. T., of Condover, Shrews- 
bury, a scimitar and caduceus in 
saltire, ensigned with a pilgrim's hat. 
Cresco et spero. 295. 12 

Audin, a lion passant or, holding in the 
dexter paw a banner gu., thereon a 
cross arg. ;. 13 

Audin, a lion rampant arg., holding in 
the dexter paw an ancient battle-a.xe 
of the same. 

Audley of Waldon, Essex, on a chapeau 
gu., turned up erm., a wyvern, wings 
addorsed quarterly or and az. c/. 70. 4 

Audely, a Saracen's head couped ppr., 
WTeathed arg. and purp. 190. 14 

Audley or Audly, a martlet sa. 

Audley, Baron (Thicknesse-Touchet) : 

(1) A cubit arm erect, vested, paly of 
six or and gu., holding a scythe ppr., 
the blade downwards (/or Thicknessc). 

(2) Out of a ducal coronet or, a swan 
rising arg., ducaUy gorged (for Toucliel). 
Je h Herts. 

Audley, Boston, Lines, a man's head 



couped at the shoidders sa., with a cap 

or, turned up erm. 
Audouin, Ireland, a stag's head erased 

ppr, Chasse pour /oi. 121. 2 

Audry, Wilts, a stag trippant ppr. 1 17. 8 



AUS 

Audym, a lion rampant crowned per pale 
or and arg., supporting a paschal 
banner disvelloped arg., staff and cross 
gu. f/. 3- 7 

Audym and Audyn of Dorchester, a lion 
passant crowned or, bearing on his 
shoulders a paschal banner disvelloped 
arg., staff and cross gu. (•/. 5. 13 

Auflrick, two arms in armour embowed, 
holding in the hands a gem ring, all 
ppr. c/. 194. II 

Auforus, a mullet or. 164. 2 

Autrere, a lion rampant gu. Esto quod 
esse videris. I. 13 

Auge, a savage's head couped ppr., 
wreathed arg. and sa. 190. 14 

Auger of Bordeaux, France, and of 
Ireland, on a mount an oak-tree, 
thereon perched a jay, all ppr. 

Aughterlony, an eagle displayed ppr. 
Deus mihi adjutor. 75. 2 

Auld, Scotland, the sun rising out of a 

cloud ppr. Major virtus quam splendor. 

162. 5 

Auld, a lion's head erased ppr. 17. 8 

Auld or Aulde, Scotland, a cherub's head 
ppr., the wings in saltier. VirtiUe et 
constantia. 189. 13 

Auldis, Scotland, the trunk of an oak- 
tree with a branch sprouting forth on 
either side vert. Nov, deficit alter. 

145. 2 

Auldio, the stump of a tree, leaves 
sprouting, all ppr. I45- - 

Aumarle, Aumerle, and Amerle, an arrow 
in pale ppr. 173- 5 

Auncell, a lion passant ppr. 6. 2 

Auncell, a stag's head affront ee ppr., 
ducally gorged or. 11 9- '4 

Aundeligh, a sceptre in pale or. 170. 10 

Aungate, on a torteau an etoile or. 

Aunger, an escarbuncle or. 164. 12 

Aunger, London, a demi-griffin or. 64. 2 

Aungier, Earl of Longford (extinct), a 
griffin segreant az., langued gu., the 
beak, forelegs, and claws or, and hold- 
ing between the claws an escarbuncle 
of the same. Scio cui con/ido. 

Aunsham, an escallop or, between two 
palm-branches vert. I4i- 4 

Aurd, a buck's head erased ppr. 121. 2 

Aurelis, a demi-youth ppr., vested arg., 
the coat az., buttoneci or. 

Auriol of London and Brussels, an eagle 
rising, the dexter wing erect, the 
sinister close. 

Aust and Auste, a garb ppr. 153-2 

Austen or Austin of Bexley, and of 
Grovehurst and Broadford, Kent, on 
a mural coronet or, a stag sejant arg., 
attired of the first. 

Austen-Cartmell, James, Esquire, of 100, 
Lexham Gardens, Kensington, and 
New Square, Jjncoln's Inn, London. 
( I ) A lion rampant per fesse nebuly 
vert and gu., gutti-e-d'or, and resting 
the forepaws upon a tent(?) or (/or 
Cartmell). (2) In front of the battle- 
ments of a tower ppr., thereon a stag 
sejant arg., attired and resting the 
dexter forefoot upon a quatrefoil or, 
a lion's gamb erased fessewise gu. (/or 
Austen). Immer /rey. 

Austen, Lieutenant-Colonel Henry Haver- 
sham Godwin, of Shalford House, 
Surrey, on a leopard's face az., a falcou 
rising or. jYe quid nimis. 

Austen Leigh, see I.^igh. 



AUS 

Austin-Gourlay, see Gourlay. 

Austin, Sir John, Bart., Red HiU, Castle- 
ford, Normanton, a dexter arm em- 
bowed in fesse, eouped at the shoulder, 
vested or, cuff indented erm., the hand . 
ppr. grasping a cross botony fitchi'e 
gu., resting on the arm a mullet of the 
last. 234. 3 

Austin, a lion's gamb erased ppr. 36. 4 

Austin, Surrey, a passion-cross or, be- 
tween two wings erect sa. cf. in. 6 

Austin, Rt. Rev. William Piercy, D.D., 
first Bishop of Guiana, a demi-lion or, 
holding between the paws a passion- 
cross gu., and charged on the body 
with three fusils, two and one az. 

Austin, a paschal lamb arg. 131-2 

Austin of Doddington Grove, Surrey, on 
a ducal coronet or, a paschal lamb 
ppr. Crux nostra corona. cf. 131. 2 

Austin, Rev. William Edward Crauford, 
Rector of Stoke Abbott, Dorset, an 
eagle displayed with two heads per 
pale or and gu.. on each wing a crescent 
counterchanged. Virtute noii vi. 

cf. 74. 4 

Austin, Scotland, an arm eouped at the 
shoulder embowed ppr., vested vert, 
cuffed or, the arm resting upon the 
elbow and holding in the hand a 
cross crosslet fi tehee gu. 203. 9 

Austrey, Hartington, Beds, a demi- 
ostrich arg., the wings gu. 

Austrey of Sommerton, Hunts, an ostrich- 
head erased arg., between two ostrich- 
wings gu., holding in the beak a 
horse-shoe sa. 

Austyn, a buck's head cabossed. 

122. 5 

Austyn, out of a ducal coronet or, a 
stag's head at gaze ppr. cf. 119. 13 

Auverquerque, on a chapeau az., turned 
up erm., a lion rampant gardant or. 

cj. 2. 5 

Auverquerque, a griffin's head sa. 66. i 

Auvray, France, a demi-savage with a 

club over the dexter shoulder, all ppr. 

1S6. 5 

AvagOUT and Avougour, England and 
France, a parrot's head between two 
wings ppr. lOi. 10 

Avebury, Baron (Lubbock), High Elms, 
Farnborough R.S.O., a stork, wings 
elevated erm., supporting an antique 
shield az., bordered or, charged with a 
lion rampant guardant arg. 236. 12 

Aveland, Baron, see Heathcote. 

Avelin or Evelin of Long Ditton, Surrey, 
a demi-hind erm., vulned in the 
shoulder gu. 

Aveline, Windsor and Frogmore, Berks, 
a lion's head erased arg., holding in the 
mouth in pale a sword, also arg., hilt 
and pommel or. 

Aveline, France, a griffin's head erased 
or. 66. 2 

Aveling of Wisbeach, a griffin passant or, 
winged and ducally gorged az., and 
resting the dexter claw on a cross 
crosslet fitchee of the same. 63. 6 

Aveling, Stephen T., Esquire, Restora- 
tion House, Rochester, the same crest. 
Omnibus optwitis. 

Aveling, James Thomas, of Estover, 
Cambs, crest as above. 

Avenant of Shelsley Walsh, Worcs., a 
parrot's head erased vert, between two 
Avings expanded per pale az. and gu.. 



25 

collared gemelle or, holding in the beak 
of the third an olive-branch of the 
first. , loi. 14 

Avenayne or Avenar, a buck's head 
cabossed ppr. IJ2. 5 

Avenel, Avanet, or Avenett, out of a 
baron's coronet a hand grasping a 
scimitar, all ppr. c/. 213. 5 

Avenel, Avenele, Aveneyle, or Avenyle, a 
buck's head cabossed ppr. 122. 5 

Avenet, Avenett, or Avnett, a torteau 
charged with a lion's head erased or. 

r/. 19. 3 

Avenon, London, a parrot's head erased 
vert, between two wings expanded per 
pale az. and gu., collared gemelle or, 
holding in the beak of the third an 
olive branch of the first. loi. 14 

Averill of Broadway, Worcs., a buck's 
head cabossed gu. 122. 5 

Averinges, a raven sa. 107. 14 

Avern, Warw., a horse's head erm. 50. 1 2 

Avery or Averey, of Tillingly, Warw., a 
leopard couchant arg., bezantee ducally 
gorged or. cf. 24. 10 

Avery" of Huwish, Somers., and Enfield, 
Jliddx., two lions' gambs or, supporting 
a bezant. 39. 4 

Avison, a dexter hand, vested and cuffed, 
holding an anchor. 208. 3 

Avison, a hand issuing from a cloud 
holding an anchor. 223. 4 

Avonmore, Viscount (Yelverton), Belle 
Isle, Roscrea, co. Tjpperary, Ireland, 
a lion passant regardant gu. Re nasce n- 
tiir. 6. I 

Awborn, a unicorn passant or, gorged 

with a ducal coronet, and chained sa. 

48. 6 

Awbrey, an eagle's head erased or. S3. 2 

Awdrey, Oxon., on a lion's gamb ppr., a 

cheveron or, charged with a mullet sa. 

39- 2 

Awdry, Delme Henry Seymour, of Seend, 
Wilts, out of a ducal coronet or, a 
lion's head az. Nil sine Deo. 17. 5 

Awdry, Thomas, of Notton House, Wilts, 
same crest. 

Awdry, Charles, Esquire, of Shaw Hill, 
llelksham, in front of a lion's head 
erased az., gorged with a collar gemel 
arg., a cinquefoil between two cres- 
cents fesseways or. NU sine Deo. 

Awdry, Herbert, Esquire, of Notton 
House, Chippenham, same crest and 
motto. 

Awdry, Thomas, Esquire, of Ardath, 
Salisbury, same crest and motto. 

Awdry, Rev. "Vere, Esquire, of Ampfield, 
Romsey, same crest and motto. 

Awdry, Rev. William, of the Vicarage, 
Amport, Audover, Hants, same crest 
and motto. 

Awger or Ager, Kent and Glouc, a bull's 
head erased gu., attired arg. 

Awing, on a quartrefoil quarterly gu. and 
vert, a lion's head on a wreath arg. 

Awmack, a tower ppr. Cavendo tutus. 

156. 2 
„ 'l 
a cheveron or, charged with a 
sa. 39- 2 

Awnsam, an escallop-sheU or, between 
two palm-branches vert. 141. 4 

Awston of London, a greyhound's head 
eouped arg., gorged with a plain collar 
sa., charged with three bezants. 

cf. 61. 2 



AYL 

Ayde, Norf., a demi-lion rampant gardant 
or, supporting a battle-axe arg. 16. 12 

Aygle, a bugle-horn arg. 228. 1 1 

Aylemer and Aylener, Ireland, on a ducal 
coronet or, a sea-aylet, wings displayed 
sa. 108- 6 

Ayler, see Aigler. 

Ayles, a dexter arm embowed, the fist 
clenched ppr. 202. 2 

Aylesbury, see Ailesbury. 

Aylesbury : (i) A staff "in pale raguly or. 
cf. 147. 10. (2) A dragon's head or, 
gorged with three bars gu. 

Aylesbury, Henry Aylesbury Walker, 
of Packwood, Warw.: (i) Upon the 
trunk of a tree eradicated ppr., a 
dragon's head erased or, gorged with a 
collar gemel az. (2) On a mount vert 
a crescent az., within a chain in orle or. 
Virtuti-s amore. 

Aylesford, Earl of (Finch), Packington 
Hall, Coventry, a griffin passant sa. 
Aperto vivcre voto. 63. 2 

Aylet of Howells, Essex, an arm gu., 
holding a sword arg., hilted or. Not 
in vain. 212. 3 

Aylett of Braintree, Essex, a demi- 
unicorn regardant arg., crined and 
armed or. 48. 9 

Ayleward, Aylward, and Aylwarde, Norf., 
between the horns of a crescent or, a 
cross pattee gu. 163. 6 

Aylford and Aylnford, flames of fire 
between two branches of palm in orle, 
all ppr. 146. 12 

Ayliffe of London and Brinksworth, 
Wilts, out of a ducal coronet or, an oak- 
tree ppr., fructed of the first, cf. 143. 5 

Aylmer, Baron (Aylmer), out of a ducal 
coronet or, a "demi-Cornish chough 
rising ppr. Steady. 

Aylmer of Derry House, Ireland, out 
of a ducal coronet a Cornish chough 
rising, all ppr. Hallelujah. 

Aylmer, Gerald Percy Vivian, of Wal- 
worth, D\irh., same crest and motto. 

Aylmer, Sir Arthur Percy Fitz-Gerald 
Bart., of Donadea Castle, Kildare, 
same crest and motto. 

Aylmer, John Algernon, Esquire, of 
Courtown, Kilcock, co. Kildare, same 
crest and motto. 

Aylmer, Ireland, a sea-aylet with wings 
displayed sa., on a ducal coronet or. 

loS. 6 

Aylmer of Howden Hall, Essex, on a 
marquess's coronet or, an aylet's bead 
erased sa., beaked gu., between two 
eagles' wings expanded of the first. 

Aylmer, see Hendrick-Aylmer. 

Ayloffe, a bear sejant regardant against 
the stump of a tree. 

Ayloffe, a demi-lion rampant or. 10. 2 

Ayloffe of Braxted Magna, Essex, and 
Framfield, Sussex, a demi-lion or, 
collared gu. 10. 9 

Aylward, see Toler-Aylward. 

Aylward-Kearney, James, Esquire, of 
Shankhill Castle, co. Kilkenny, Ire- 
land : (i) A gauntleted hand fessways 
or, holding a dagger erect arg., pommel 
and hilt of the first (for Kearney). (2) 
Out of a ducal coronet or, an arm era- 
bowed, vested az., cuffed arg., the 
hand ppr. grasping an anchor in bend 
sinister gold, and in an escroU above 
the motto, Verus el fidelis semper {for 
Ayhcard). Sustine et ahstine. 



AYL 

Aylwin, see Alwyn. i 

Aylworth of Devonah., Glouc, and Kent, I 
an arm vested sa., issuing out of j 
rays or, liolding in the hand ppr. a 
human skull arg. 20S. 10 

Ayncotes, a covered cup or, between two 
wings sa. 

Ayncotts, a squirrel sejant gu., collared 
or. 135- 4 

Aynesworth, Lanes, two battle-axes in 
saltier ppr. Courage sans peur. 

172. 4 

Aynesworth or Aynsworth, a falcon, 
wings expanded and inverted ppr., 
belled or. Courage sans peur. 

87. I 

Aynscomb of Mayfield, Sussex, a cubit 
arm erect, holding in the hand ppr. a 
fleur-de-lis sa. cf. 215. 5 

Aynscomb and Ayniscamp, Sussex, same 
crest. 

Aynsley of Little Harle Tower, Northumb. , 
a man in armour holding in the dexter 
hand a sword erect ppr., hilted and 
pommelled or, in his sinister a shield 
of the Aynsley arms, viz., gu. on a 
bend erm., between two quatrefoils or, 
three mullets of six points sa. Furth 
fortune and fill the fetters. 



Aynsley, Capt. John Francis Murray, R.N., 
Hall Court, Hants, a man in armour 
holding in the dexter hand a sword 
erect ppr., pommel and hilt or, and 
in the sinister in front of his breast a 
shield gu., charged with a bend arg., 
thereon three mullets of six points or 
(Aynsley). Furth fortune arid fill the 
fetters. 

Aynworth, two battle-axes in saltier ppr. 
172. 4 

Aype, an antelope trippant arg., collared 
sa. cf. 126. 6 

Ayre, Notts, on a ducal coronet or, a 
wyvern vert. 70. 9 

Ayre, Yorks, a leg in armour couped 
at the thigh, all ppr., garnished and 
spurred or. Veritas vincit. 193. i 

Ayre, Lines, a leg erect in armour per 
pale arg. and sa., couped at the thigh 
gu., knee-cap and spur or. Lceto aere 
Jiorent. 193- 2 

Ayrton (late Rt. Hon. Acton Smee, Chief 
Commissioner of Works), a demi-lion 
rampant erm., holding a pennon per 
pale gu. and az., thereon a leopard's 
face or. Pro aris et focis. 

Ayscough, Durh., an ass's head erased 
arg. cf. 125. 12 



BAC 

Ayscough, an ass erm. cf. 125. 11 

Ayscough, Newcastle, an arm ppr. holding 
a sword arg., hilted or, enfiled with a 
Saracen's head couped ppr., wreathed 
or and sa., dropping blood gu. Fac et 
spera. cf. 212. 14 

Aysingcourt or Aysyngcourt, an eagle's 
head between two wings ppr. 84. 2 

Ayskey and Ayskew, see Alkene. 

Ayson of London and Essex, out of a 
mural coronet arg., a griffin's head gu., 
dueally gorged or. 67. 6 

Aysscough, an ass passant ppr. 125. 7 

Ayton, a hand holding a hawk's lure 
ppr. 217. 8 

Ayton, see Aiton and Aitoun. 

Aytoun, Scotland, a hand pulling a rose 
ppr. Decerptm dabunt odorem. 

218. 13 

Aytoun, Fife, Scotland, a rose gu. Virtute 
orta occidunt rarius. 149. 2 

Aytoun, Kinaldie, Fife, a rose-tree vert, 
flowered gu. El decerptce dabunt odo- 
rem. 149. 14 

Aytoun-Sinclair, Roger, of Inchdaimie, 
CO. Fife: (i) A hand holding a rose 
ppr. [Aytoun). (2) A phoenix in 
flames {Sinclair), (i) Decerptce dabunt 
odorem lAytoun). (2) Fides {Sinclair). 



B. 



Baad or Bad, Scotland, a dexter hand I 
ppr. holding a trident az. 2 1 4. 1 2 I 

Babb or Babe, Dorset, a dexter hand 
erect, pointing with two fingers to the 
sun ppr. 222. 10 

Babb well or Babwell, a gate or. 158. 9 

Babe of Castle Derver, Louth, on a 
mound a babe in swaddling-clothes, 
all ppr. 

Babeham or Babehaw of London, a demi- 
man ppr., wreathed on the head with a 
knot gu., holding in his dexter hand a 
wing sa., guttee-d'or. cf. 186. 7 

Baber, Middx., and Somers., on a mount 
vert, a cock, wings expanded arg., 
combed, wattled, and legged gu. 

91. 7 

Babington of Dethickin, Oxon., and 
Derbysb., a demi-bat displayed gu. 

137. 12 

Babington, Rev. John Albert, of Cossing- 
ton, CO. Leics., a dragon's head between 
two dragons' wings gu. Foy est tout. 

Babington, Francis Evans, Esquire, of 
South Lodge, Halesworth, Suif., same 
crest and motto. 

Babington, Thomas Zachary Dodson, 
Esquire, of Redlands, Parksome, Dor- 
set, same crest and motto. 

Babington, Oxon. and Derbysh., a 
dragon's head erased between two 
wings gu. cf. 72. 7 

Babington of Rotheley Temple, Leics., a 1 
dragon's head between two wings gu. 
Foy est tout. 72. 7 

Babington, Lodley, Leics., a fox's head 
33- 4j 
ducal coronet a | 
demi-eagle displayed ppr. hi solitos 
docuere nisus. 80. 14 ^ 

Babrampore.the Maharaja Dirg Bijye Sing 
ol, on the trunk of a tree eradicatetl 



fesseways, and sprouting to the dexter, a 
falcon surmounted by a rainbow, all ppr. 

Babthorp, Yorks, a cockatrice's head 
erased arg., beaked, combed, and 
wattled or. 68. 12 

Babwell, Jliddx., a gate or. 158.9 

Bacche or Bache, Somers., a savage's 
head affroutee between two branches 
of laurel in orle ppr. 192. 14 

Bacchus, Henry, Esquire, the Manor 
House, Lillington, Warw., an eagle 
displayed or. Aquila non capiat mus- 
cam Bacchus. 75. 5 

Bacchus, Charles Henry, Esquire, in 
front of a rock ppr., thereon an eagle 
displayed or, an eagle's leg fesseways, 
erased at the thigh, also or. Aguila 
non capiat mu-scam. 

Bacchus, Rev. Francis Joseph, of the 
Oratory, Edgbaston, Birmingham, 
same crest and motto. 

Bacchus, George Reginald, Esquire, same 
crest and motto. 

Bacchus, Rev. John Northcote, the 
Presbytery, Henley-on-Thames, same 
crest and motto. 

Bacchus, Robert Sidney, Esquire, of 
Burghfield Manor, Reading, same crest 
and motto. 

Bacchus, William Ernest, Esquire, of 
Horntou Grounds, Banbury, same 
crest and motto. 

Bache, Stanton, a demi-lion rampant, 
regardant psean, holding between his 
paws a bezant. cf. 1 1 . 7 

Bache, Thomas, Esquire, of Coventry, on 
a mount vert, a demi-lion gardant sa., 
bezantee, gorged with a wreath of oak 
or, holding between the paws a wool- 
pack ppr. 

Bacheler, Berks, a dragon's head erased 
or, vulned in the neck gu. cf. ~2. 5 



Bacheler, Bachelor, and Bachelour, a leg 
erased above the knee ppr. 193. 10 

Back of Eaton, Norwich, a griffin passant 
I per pale wavy gu. and arg., collared 
or, wings elevated erminois, the dexter 
claw supporting a woolpack arg. 

Back, Philip Edward, Esquire, of Man- 
croft Towers, Oulton, Suflolk, same 
crest. 

Back, William, Esquire, M.D., same crest 
and motto. 

Backhouse, Sir Jonathan Edmund, Bart., 
the Uplands, Darlington, in front of a 
rock ppr., thereon an eagle displayed 
vert, holding in each claw a passion 
cross or, a serpent on its back, the tail 
nowed, also ppr. 2i;9. 4 

Backhouse, Cliarles F., M.R.C.S., 
L.R.C.P., The Terrace, St. Ives, 
Cornw., same crest. Confido in Deo. 

Backhouse, out of a ducal coronet an 
arm in armour brandishing a scimitar, 
all ppr. cf. 196. 10 

Backhouse, on a snake embowed, its tail 
nowed, an eagle displayed. Confido in 
Deo. 

Backhouse, an eagle vert, wings close, 
preving on a snake ppr. Confido in 
Dei. 

Backhouse, Charles James, of St. John's, 
Wokingham. Durh., in front of a rock 
ppr., thereon an eagle displayed vert, 
holding in each claw a passion cross or, 
a serpent on its back, the tail nowed, 
also ppr. Confido in Deo. 

Backhouse, Edward, Esquire, of Hur- 
worth Grange, Croft, Darlington, same 
crest and motto. 

Backie, a sword and a cross crosslet 
fitched in saltier ppr. 166. 12 

Backie or Bailue, Orkney, a flame of fire 
ppr. Commodum non damnum. 177.10 



BAC 

Backwell, London, out of a miiral coronet 
iir, a demi-bull sa. 

Bacon, Sir Hickman Beckett, nth Bart, 
of Redgrave and I2th Bart, of Milden- 
haU, Suff., Premier Bart., a boar 
passant erm. Mediocria firma. 40. 9 

Bacon, Rev. Thomas, M.A., late Rector 
of Wiggonholt and Greatham, Sussex, 
a boar arg., resting the dexter fore-foot 
on a fret sa. 

Bacon of Daisy Hill, Londonderry, a boar 
pasisant erm., charged on the body with 
a muUet or. Mediocria firma. 

cf. 40. 9 

[ Bacon of Sutton Bonnington, Notts, on 

a mount vert, a boar statant arg., 

bristled and tusked or, semce of 

mullets sa., and holding in the mouth 

a ragged staff vert. Mediocria firma. 

40. 10 

i Bacon of Harlston, Norf., a demi-boar or, 

I armed and bristled az. 4°- 13 

' Bacon of Newton Cup, Durh., and 

Stewart Pile, Northumb., a demi-wild 

boar rampant gardant az., bristled, 

armed, and ungu. or, langued gu., 

holding in the mouth a tilting-spear 

arg., stricken in shoulder and vulned 

ppr. 41- - 

Bacon, a boar's head couped or, holding 
in the mouth a griffin's head erased az. 

Bacon, Hants, a tiger sejant gu., pierced 
through the breast with a broken 
spear or, headed arg. Another, the 
spear arg. 

Bacon, Nicholas Henry, of Baveningham 
Hall. Norf., a boar passant erm. 
Mediocria firma. 

Bacon, Rev. M. J., of Swallowfield 
Vicarage, Reading, a talbot's head sa., 
erased gu., holding in the mouth a 
deer's leg or. Proba conscientia. 

Bacon of Twyhouse, Somers., a grey- 
hound's head erased sa., holding in the 
mouth a stag's foot or. 61. 5 

Bacon, Kenrick Verulam, Esquire, the 
Lodge, Hale, Farnham, Surrey, a boar 
statant erm., bristled, armed, and 
ungu. or, debruised by a bendlet 
sinister wavy gu. Mediocria firma. 

Bacon, Hesset, Norf., a talbot's head sa., 
erased gu., holding in the month a 
deer's leg or. 

Bacot, William George, M.D., Carfax, 
Marlborough Road, Bournemouth, out 
of a ducal coronet or, a goat's head 
arg., attired of the first, .iritiqnum 
ohtinens. 

Badby, London, a sphinx passant gardant 
ppr., wings addorsed. 182. 12 

Badcock of Kensington, Middx., and 

Essex, a stag lodged gardant between 

two branches of laurel in orle, all ppr. 

115. II 

Badcock, Devonsh., a demi-cock gu. 

Badd of Fareham, Hants, a lion's head 
erased, gardant arg., ducally crowned 
az. cf. 18. II 

Baddeley, a phoenix in flames, all ppr. 
Deutn time, et dedecus. 82. 2 

Badder, on the stump of a tree in fess, 
couped and eradicated, a lion sejant. 

7- 9 

Baddiford, of Dartmouth, Devonsh., an 

eagle's head or, crowned with a coronet 

flory sa., between two branches of 

lily arg., stalked and leaved vert. 

^ c/. 84. 6 



Baddiford, an eagle's head or, surmounted 
by a cross crosslet sa., between two 
branches of thistle ppr. 84. 7 

Badeley, John, Leigh's Hall, Essex, and 
Baddeley, Essex and Suff., a boar's 
head and neck couped arg. Prineipiis 
ohsta. 41. I 

Badeljsmere or Badelsmere, Yorks, a 
lion's gamb erased sa., holding a 
laurel-branch vert. cf. 37. 4 

Baden-Powell, Baden Fletcher Smyth, 
Major Scots Guards : (i ) A lion passant 
or, in the paw a broken tilting-spear 
in bend ppr., pendent therefrom by a 
riband gu., an escocheon resting on the 
wreath sa., charged with a pheon or. 
{for Powell). (2) Out of a crown 
vallery or, a demi-lion gu., on the 
head a like crown, charged on the 
shoulder with a cross patee arg. and 
supporting with the paws a sword 
erect ppr., pommel and hilt or {for 
Baden). Ar nid yw Pwyil pyd yw. 

Baden-Powell, Donald, Esquire (son of 
Sir George Baden-Powell), of 114, 
Eaton Square, same crests and motto. 

Baden-Powell, Henry Warington Smyth, 
Esquire, K.C., of 8, St. George's Place, 
London, same crests and motto. 

Baden-Powell, Major-General Robert 
Stephenson Smyth, C.B., same crests 
and motto. 

Baden-Powell, Sir George, K.C.M.G., 
same crests and motto. 

Badenach-Nicolson, Arthur, Esquire, of 
Glenbervie House, Drumlithie, For- 
doun, N.B., a lion's head erased or. 
NU sistere contra. 

Badger, a badger ppr. 33. 10 

Badger, a buck's head cabossed sa., 
between the attires a greyhound 
current arg., collared gu. 122. 11 

Badbam, an eagle displayed with two 
heads arg., charged on the breast with 
a saltier gu. Virtus astra petit. 

74. I 

Badham-Thornhill, Laurence John, Es- 
quire, of Carrigmahon, Monkston, co. 
Cork: (I) A double-headed eagle dis- 
played {for Badham). (2) A thorn 
bush, thereon a robin redbreast ppr. 
{for Thornhilt). Conquer or die. 

Badley, Suff., a demi-lion rampant arg., 
charged with two bendlets az. cf. 10. 2 

Baett or Batt, a demi-Uon or, guttee-de- 
sang. cf. 10. 2 

Bageley or Bagley, on the top of a 
spear, issuing, a wyvem sans legs, tail 
nowed. 69. 6 

Bagenal, Beauchamp Frederick, Esquire, 
of Benekerry, Carlow, heraldic ante- 
lope sejant vert, attired, ungu., ducally 
gorged and chained or. 

BagenhaU, Staffs, a dragon's head erased 
gu., gorged with a bar gemelle or. 

cf. 71. 2 

Bagenholt, a horse courant bridled ppr. 
cf. 52. I 

Bagg, two wings endorsed gu. and arg., 
the latter charged with a cinquefoil 
az. cf. 109. 12 

Baggalay, the late Sir Richard, Attorney- 
General, Surrey, a goat's head erased 
arg., charged on the neck with three 
fleurs-de-lis, one and two az. Stem- 
mata quid faciunt. 243. 8 

Baggallay, Claude, Esquire, of The 
Grange, East Grinstead, Sussex, a 



BAG 

goafs head erased arg., charged on the 
neck with three fleurs-de-liS: one and 
two az. Stemmata quid faciunt. 

Baggallay, Ernest, Esquire, of the Moat, 
Cowden, Kent, same crest and motto. 

Baggallay, Henry Charles, Esquire, of 
Onslow Gardens, S.W., same crest and 
motto. 

Baggally, a dexter arm in armour em- 
bowed ppr., garnished or, holding a 
sword, also ppr. Didce periculum. 

195. 2. 

Bagge, Sir Alfred Thomas, Bart., of 
Stradsett Hall, Norf., two vrings ad- 
dorsed or, semee of annulets gu. Spes 
est in Deo. 239. 4 

Bagge, Thomas Edward, Esquire, of 
Gaywood Hall, King's Lynn, same 
crest and motto. 

Bagge, a sword in pale, supporting a 
garland of laurel, all ppr. 170. I 

Bagge or Bagg, Plymouth, Devonsh., a 
cinquefoil az., between two wings, the 
dexter gu., the sinister arg. 

Baggeley, Chesh., a ram's head az., 
armed and charged with three lozenges 
or. 130. II 

Baggeley, Chesh., a ram's head az., 
armed or. 130. i 

Baggs, a rose charged with a thistle ppr. 
149- 3 

Bagholt and Baghott, on a ducal coronet 
or, a leopard sejant gardant ppr. 

Baghot, a stag's head cabossed sa., 
between the attires a greyhound 
courant arg., collared gu. 122. 11 

Baghot-De la Here, Rev. John, of Buxted 
St. Mary Vicarage, Uckfield, Sussex : 
(i) Out of a ducal coronet or, a plume 
of eight ostrich-feathers, five and three 
per pale arg. and az. 263. 7 {for De 
la Bere). (2) A stag's head cabossed 
sa., and between the attires a grey- 
hound courant arg., collared gu. In 
cruce salus. 263. 8 

Bagley, an arm in armour embowed, 
holding a sword, all ppr. 195. 2 

Bagnall, Kent, a dragon's head erased 
gu., gorged with two bars or. cf 71. 2 

Bagnall, John, Esquire, Water Orton, 
near Birmingham, and Benjamin Bag- 
nall, Esquire, Ellerslie, Eaton Gardens, 
Hove, Sussex, a lion rampant holding 
between the paws an hour-glass. Fugit 
hora. I. 5 

Bagnall, Staffs and Wales, an antelope 
sejant arg., billettee sa., ducally gorged, 
lined, armed, and tufted or. 126. 4 

Bagnall of Wicklowand Worcs.; a heraldic 
antelope sejant arg., biUettee sa., horns 
and tail or, collared and chained of 
the same, the chain reflexed over the 
back. cf. 126. 4. 

Bagnall, Ireland, a heraldic antelope 
sejant vert, crined, ducaUy gorged, and 
chained or. 

Bagnall-Wild, Ralph Bagnall. Esquire, 
M.A., J.P., of Costock, Notts: (i) A 
demi-stag sa., guttee-d'or, attired and 
resting the sinister foot on an escallop 
or {for Wild). 119- 4- (2) Upon the 
trunk of a tree fesscways, eradicated 
and sprouting ppr., a heraldic antelope 
sejant az., bezantee, gorged with a 
collar gemel and attired or {for Bagnall). 
127. 9. Sur ct loyal. 

Bagne and Bague, on a chapeau a pelican 
vulning herself, all ppr. 98. 7 



BAG 

Bagnel, Bagnell, Bagnill, or Bagnoll, a 

galley, sails furled ppr. 160. 6 

Bagnell, an ancient galley, oars in action. 

160. 7 

Bagnell, a goat rampant, ducaUy gorged 

and staked to the ground. 

Bagot, Christopher Neville, Esquire, of 

Aughrane Castle, co. Galway, Ireland, 

out of a ducal coronet or, a goat's 

head erm., horned of the first. Anti- 

qnum obtinens. 128.14 

Bagot, Arthur Henry Louis, Esquire, out 

of a ducal coronet or, a goat's head arg., 

armed of the first, and charged with 

a crescent gu. Antiqimm obtinens. 

Bagot, Charles Fitzroy Alexander HaUi- 

fax. Esquire, same crest and motto. 

Bagot, John Christopher, Esq., of Bally- 

turin, Gort, co. Galway, same crest and 

motto. 

Bagot, Richard, Esquire, of 42, Loivndes 

Street, S.W., same crest and motto. 
Bagof, Baron, Blithfield, Rugeley, Staffs, 
out of a ducal coronet or, a goat's 
head arg., attired of the first. Anti- 
quum obtinens. 128. 14 

Bagot of Kileoursey, King's Co., same 

crest and motto. 
Bagot of Pype Hall, Staffs, same crest 

and motto. 
Bagot, Josceline Fitzroy, of Levens Hall, 
Westml., out of a ducal coronet or, 
a goat's head arg., armed of the first, 
and charged with a crescent gu. 
Antiquum obtinens. 
Bagot of Castle Bagot, co. Dublin, same 

crest. Pour Dieu et mon roi. 
Bagshaw, of South Okendon, Essex, a 
bugle-horn or. 228. 1 1 

Bagshaw, of Delaridge, Derbysh., an arm 
couped at theelbow, erectppr., grasping 
a bugle- horn sa., stringed vert. c/. 2 1 7 . 4 
Bagshawe, issuing from clouds an arm 
erect ppr., holding in the hand a bugle- 
horn sa. cj. 217. 4 
Bagshawe, of Oakes, Norton, and Worm- 
hill Hall, Derbysh., issuing from clouds 
a dexter cubit arm, holding in the 
hand ppr. a bugle-horn or, the handle 
sa., within the strings a rose gu. 
Forma, flos ; fama, flatus. 
Bagshawe, Frederic, M.D., 35, Warrior 
Square, St. Leonard's, issuing from 
clouds a dexter cubit arm couped, 
holding in the hand ppr. a bugle-horn. 
Forma, flos ; jama, flatus. 
Bagshawe, Clement Walsh, Esquire, of 
24, East Cliff, Dover, issuing out of 
clouds a dexter arm ppr., holding in 
the hand a bugle-horn or, the handle 
sa., within the strings a rose gu. 
Forma, flos ; fama, flatus. 
Bagshawe, Francis Westby, Esquire, of 
the Oaks, Sheffield, same crest and 
motto. 
Bagshawe, Greaves-, William Henry, of 
Ford Hall, Derbysh., and Banner Cross, 
Yorks : (l) A dexter cubit arm couped 
holding in the hand ppr. a bugle-horn 
sa., stringed vert {for Bagshawe). 
f/. 217. 4. (2) On a mount vert, a stag 
trippant or, holding in the mouth a 
slip of oak ppr. {for Greaves). Forma, 
flos ; fama, flatus. — Deo non fortuna. 

cf. 118. 2 

Bagshawe, a dexter cubit arm erect ppr., 

the hand holding a bugle-horn sa., 

stringed vert. Forma, flos ; fama, flatus. 



28 

Bagshole and Bagsbote, an acorn slipped 
and leaved ppr. 152. i 

Baguley, J. M., Esquire, Whitecliffe, 
Alfriston, Sussex, a ram's head az., 
attired or, charged with three lozenges 
of the second. 
Bagwell, Richard, Esquire, J.P., of Marl- 
field, Ireland, out of a mural coronet 
a demi-buU, all ppr. In fide et in 
bello fortes. 
Bagwell-Purefoy, Wilfrid, Esquire, of 
Greenfield, Tipperary, a hand in 
armour grasping a broken lance, all 
ppr. En bonne-foy. 
Baighton, a heron's head erased, holding 
in its beak an eel, all ppr. 104. 2 

Baigrie, Robert, C.B., Lieutenant-Colonel 
Bombay Staff Corps, in front of the 
battlements of a tower, thereon an 
armed leg couped above the knee ppr., 
garnished and spurred or, a mount 
vert. 
Baikie, Alfred, of Tankerness, Orkney, a 
flame of fire. Commodum non damnum. 
177. 10 
Bailey, Lt.-Col. Edmund WyndhamGrevis, 
J.P., of Nepicar House, Wrotham, 
Kent, in front of a demi-lion erminois, 
holding in his dexter paw a cross pattee 
fitchee gu., a trunk of a tree eradicated 
fesseways and sprouting ppr. Nee 
tetnere, nee timide. 
Bailey, James, Esquire, of Shortgrove, 
Newport, Essex, in front of a cubit 
arm vested per pale az. and gu., cuff 
arg., the hand ppr., holding a crosier 
surmounted by a mullet, both or, 
three mullets of the last. Deo duce. 
Bailey, Baron Glanusk, see Glanusk. 
Bailey, John Lockhart, Esquire, of 
Llangorse House, Prince's Park, Liver- 
pool, same crest and motto. 
Bailey, Llewellyn Crawshay, Esquire, of 
Llangorse House, Prince's Park, Liver- 
pool, same crest and motto. 
Bailey of Norwich, a cubit arm erect, 
vested bendy of six az. and sa., the cuff 
arg., holding in the hand ppr. a crosier, 
and surmounted by an estoile, both or. 
Deo duce. 207. 2 

Bailey, J. G., Esquire, M.S., M.D., Santa 
Ana, Orange County, California, U.S.A. 
(eldest son of the late Sir James 
Bailey), a cubit arm erect, vested 
bendy of six az. and sa., the cuff arg., 
holding in the hand ppr. a crosier sur- 
mounted by an estoile, both or. Deo 
duce. 207. 2 

Bailey, Shropsh., a griffin segreant gu., 
guttee d'or. Another, guttee d'eau. 

cf. 62. 2 

Bailey, a cat salient gardant. 26. 3 

Bailey, a demi-lady, holding in her dexter 

hand a tower, and in her sinister a 

laurel-branch vert. 1S3. 8 

Bailey, the late John Eglington, Esq ' 



BAI 



Bailey, Rev. James Sandford, of Ightham 
Place and Nepicar House, Kent, in 
front of a demi-lion erminois, holding 
in the dexter paw a cross pattoe 
fitchee gu., the trunk of a tree eradi- 
cated fessewise and sprouting ppr. 
Nee temere, nee timide. 231. 14 

Bailey, Sir William Henry, of Sale 
Hall, Chesh., a griffin segreant 
arg., wings chequy of the first and 
az., holding in the dexter claw a 
flagstaff, therefrom flowing to thi- 
sinister a banner gu., semee of annulets, 
and resting the sinister claw on a pheon 
sa. Non terra sed aquis. 

Ballhache, Jersey, a ship ppr. Yive 
memor lethi, fugit hora. 160. 13 

Bailie, a hand holding a dagger. Quid 
clurius astris? 212. q 

Baillie-Hamilton-Arden, Earl of Hadding- 
ton, see Haddington. 
Baillie, Cochrane-, Lord Lamington, see 

Lamington. 
Baillie, Kennedy-, of Ardtrea, Armagh, 

Ireland : ( i ) A boar's head couped 

arc. {for Baillie). 43- I- (2) -^ 

dolphin naiant az. {for Kennedy). 

Quid clarius astris ? 140. > 

Baillie, of Hoperig, East Lothian, a 

boar's head couped. Quid clarius 

astris ? 43. I 

Baillie, James Evan Bruce, of Douchfour, 

Inverness, a boar's head couped. 

Quid clarius astris. 43. i 

Baillie, Bart., a boar's head erased ppr. 

Vbi bene ibi patria. 42. 2 

Baillie, James William, Esquire, of 

Ilston Grange, Leicester, a boar's 

head couped. Quid clarius aatris ? 
Baillie-Gage, Thomas Robert, Esquire, 

of 38, Northumberland Road, Dublin : 

(1) A ram passant arg., armed and 
hoofed or, holding in the mouth a 
trefoil slipped vert {for Gage), cf. 131. 13. 

(2) A boar's head couped, holding in 
the mouth a sprig of oak, all ppr. (for 
Baillie). Courage sans peur. 42. 7 

Baillie of Rosehall, Scotland, a oat sejant 

ppr. Spcro meliora. 26. 8 

Baillie of Corstorphine, a crow ppr. Be 






ppr. 

107. 14 



cockatrice, wings 



BaiUie, Scotland, 

panded. 68. 6 

Baillie of Monktown, co. Ayr, an' eagle 

regardant, his wings raised ppr. 

LiberiM optima rerum. cf. yj. 10 

Baillie of Walston, a dove volant, in its 

beak an olive-branch ppr. Patior et 

.■'pcro. 93. 10 

Baillie of Carnbrae, on the point of a 

sword in pale ppr., hilt and pommel 

or, a laiirel WTeath fructed, also ppr. 

Perseverantia. 170. i 

F.S.A., of Stretford, Lanes, in front [ Baillie of Hardington, Scotland, a hand 

of an anchor in bend sinister ppr., a holding a pen ppr. Fides servata dital. 

female figure vested vert, supporting! 217. 10 

with her dexter hand an escutcheon j Baillie, Scotland, the sun in splendour 

gu., charged with a martlet arg., and j ppr. Clarior astrvs. 162. 2 

resting with the sinister on the stock | Baillie of Jerviswood, a crescent or. 

of the anchor. Vallum cenium esto. | Major virtus quam splendor. 163. 2 

184. I Baillie of Balmudyside, the morning star 

Bailey, Ronald, Esquire, in front of an j ppr. Vertitur in lucem. 164. i 

anchor in bend sinister ppr., a female ! BaiUie, Inshaughy, Ireland, a star of 

figure vested vert, supporting with the I eight points arg., out of a cloud ppr. 

right hand an escocheon gu., charged I Nildarius astris. 164. il 



BAI 

Baillie, Sir Robert Alexander. Bart., of 
Polkemet. Linlithgow, an etoile of 
I eight points or, out of a cloud ppr. In 

caligine lucit. 164. 1 1 

I Bajllie, Hon. William Douglas Hall, of 
Kennington. Picton, Marlborough. New 
Zealand, Member of the Legislative 
Council of New Zealand, a star of 
eight points arg., issuaut from a cloud 
ppr. Quid darius astris .? 

164. II 

Baillie, Sir Robert Alexander, Bart., of 
Ognez, Toorak, near Melbourne, Vic- 
toria, and Benerembah, Hay, New 
.South Wales, Australia, out of a cloud 
]i])r., an estoile of eight rays or. In 
C'lliqinK lucel. 164. II 

Bailward of Horsington, Somers., a bull's 
hrad couped arg. cf. 44. 3 

Baily, out of a ducal coronet a wyvern's 
h'-ad ppr. 72. 4 

Baily, Thoraeis Farmer, Esquire, of Hall 
Place. Kent, a goat's head erased az., 
bezantee. attired or. Vestigia nulla 
ritrorsnm. cf. 1 28. 5 

1 Bain, late Sir James, D.L.. J. P., F.R.S., 
F.R.G.S., Jarrington, Cumb., and 
3, Park Terrace, Glasgow, a dexter 
arm embowed gu., the hand grasping a 
dirk ppr. Et arte et marte. 

Bain of Craggs, Little Broughton, Cocker- 
mouth, a dexter arm embowed gu., 
the hand grasping a dirk ppr. Et arte 
et marte. 

Bain, a dexter arm in armour embowed 
ppr., garnished or, grasping a dagger, 
also ppr. Et marte et arte. 195-4 

Bain of Berwick, Northumb., a hand 

holding a scroll of paper ppr. Virtute. 

215. 6 

Bain of MoiTiston, Lanark, a dexter hand 
ppr., holding a rose gu., slipped and 
leaved vert. Benedic nobis Domine. 

218. 10 

Bain of Lynton, Devonsh., a dexter hand 
ppr., holding a rose gu., slipped and 
leaved vert. Benedic nobis Domine. 

218. 10 

Bain or Baine, a lion rampant gu., be- 
tween two wings or. 9. 2 

Bainbridge, Bainbrigg, Bainbrigge, or 
Bambridge, Leics. and Derby.sh., on a 
mount vert, a goat sa., armed and un- 
gu. or, and collared and belled arg. 

1^9- 3 

Bainbridge, George B., Esquire, Espley 
Hall, Morpeth, Northumb., a stag's 
head erased. Avance. 

Bainbridge, an arm from the shoulder 
issuing from the sea, holding an anchor, 
corded, all ppr. 202. 7 

Bainbrigge, William Parker Yates, J, P., 
71, Lissenden Mansions, Highgate 
Road, N.W., on a mount vert, a goat 
statant sa., horned, ungu. and collared 
arg. Virtute non armis jido. 

Baines, a wild duck among flags ppr. 

102. 5 

Baines, a cubit arm holding a dagger ppr. 
212. 3 

Baines, Peteonly, Scotland, a dexter 
hand holding a dagger ppr. Vel arte 
vel marte. 212. 9 

Baines, Rev. Albert Charles, of Little 
Wymondley, Stevenage, Herts, a dexter 
ariu embowed, vested az., cuff arg., the 
hand grasping a jaw-bone ppr., on the 
arm a cross pattee or. 264. 1 5 



29 

Baines, Athelstan Arthur, Esquire, of 
29, First Avenue, Hove, Brighton, same 
crest. 

Baines, Egerton Charles Augustus, Es- 
quire, same crest. 

Baines, Rev. Frederick Samuel, of 41, 
Medina Villeis, Hove, Brighton, same 
crest. 

Baines, Jervoise Athelstane, Esquire, of 
Kensington Park Gardens, same crest. 

Baines, John, Esquire, same crest. 

Baines, Louis Adolphus, Esquire, same 
crest. 

Baines, Rev. Montague Charles Alex- 
ander, of Carlby Rectory, Stamford, 
same crest. Furor arma ministrat. 

Baines, Bell Hall, Yorks, a cubit arm 
erect, holding in the hand a leg- bone, 
in bend sinister arg. 

Baines, WilUam Mortimer, Esquire, of 
Bell Hall, Naburn, Yorks, a dexter 
hand couped ppr., holding a shin-bone 
arg. 

Baines, a bone and a palm-branch in 
saltier ppr. I47- 4 

Baird, Sir Alexander, Bart., of IJrie, 
Stonehaven, Kincardine, a griffin's 
head erased or. Dominns fecit. 

Baird, William, Esquire, of Elie House, 
Fife, same crest and motto. 

Baird, John George Alexander, Esquire, 
of 89, Eaton Square, S.W., same crest 
and motto. 

Baird, Sir David, Bart., of Newbyth, 
East Lothian: (l) A Mameluke on 
horseback, holding in his dexter hand 
a scimitar, all ppr. 189. 8. (2) A 
boar's head erased or. Vi et virtute. 

42. 2 

Baird, Maturin-, see Maturin-Baird. 

Baird, Sir William James Gardiner, Bart., 
of Saughton Hall, co. Edinburgh, 
Scotland, a boar's head erased or. Vi 
et virtiUe. 42- 2 

Baird, Sir John Kennedy, of 31, Cadogan 
Place, London, a boar's head erased or. 
Vi et virtute. 

Baird, Scotland, a boar's head erased 
ppr. ; and another charged with a 
crescent. A-- ~ 

Baird of Cambusdoon, Ayr, an eagle's 
head erased. Dominus fecit. 83. 2 

Baird of Frankfield, Scotland, an eagle's 
head ppr. Vi et virtute. 83. 2 

Baird, an eagle's head erased ppr. 
Dominus fecit. 83. 2 

Baird of Knoydart, Inverness, and of 
Lochwood, Lanark, a griffin's head 
erased or. Dominus fecit. 66. 2 

Baird, Auchmedden, Scotland, a griffin's 
head erased ppr. Dominus fecit. 66. 2 

Baird, a cockatrice, wings addorsed gu. 

68. s 

Baird-Hay, James George, Esquire, of 
Belton, Haddington, Scotland, a goat's 
head erased arg., armed or. Spare 
nought. 1 28. 5 

Baird, Scotland, a dove, wings expanded 
ppr. Virtute et honore. 94- 3 

Baird, of Craigton, Scotland, a ship in fuU 
sail ppr. Adsit Deus non demovebor. 

i6o. 13 

Bairnstather or Barnesfather, Scotland, a 
boar's head couped or. 43. i 

Bairstow, out of a crescent a demi-eagle 
displayed. 81. 4 

Baisley of Ricketstown, co. Carlow, an 
arm in armour embowed ppr., the hand 



BAK 

holding a shepherd's crook pointed 
with the head of a bearded arrow, all 
ppr. 

Bake, a demi-man in armour wielding a 
sword, all ppr. 187. i 

Baker, Bart, (now Rhodes), Devonsh., a 
dexter arm embowed, vested az., 
charged with three annulets interlaced 
or, cuffed arg., holding in the hand an 
arrow in bend sinister ppr. True unto 
death. 

Baker, a naked dexter arm embowed, 
holding an arrow ppr. 201. 13 

Baker, a dexter arm in armour embowed, 
holding an arrow ppr. 198. 4 

Baker, Derbysh., a dexter arm embowed 
in armour, grasping a caduceus in bend 
surmounting the truncheon of a tilting- 
spear in bend sinister splintered, all 
ppr. Dum spiro spcro. 

Baker, Chester and Shrewsbury, out of a 
ducal coronet a dexter arm embowed, 
vested or, the hand gauntleted and 
holding a broken tilting-spear with- 
out burr or vamplate, in bend of the 
same, on shaft a ring enfiled with a 
garland vert. 

Baker, out of a cloud a dexter arm in 
fess, raising a garb, all ppr. 223. 12 

Baker, a dexter hand gu., holding a club 
sa. 214. 6 

Baker, a naked dexter arm, holding a 
purse. 202. I 

Baker of London, and of Northfield, 
Worcs., a hand issuing out of clouds 
ppr., holding a cross Calvary sa. Nemo 
sine cruce beatus. 

Baker of Skerton House, Old Trafford, 
Manchester, two arms embowed in 
armour grasping a tilting-spear fesse- 
wise, the head to the sinister ppr., 
pendant from the staff a spur leathered 
or. Ex monte alto. 194- 3 

Baker, Philip, of Shelboume, Wake 
Green, Moseley, same crest and motto. 

Baker, Mayfield, Sussex, on a tower sa., 
an arm in mail embowed ppr., holding 
a piece of plate-iron az. (described also 
as a flint-stone ppr.) 

Baker, Hon. Sir Richard Chaffey. 
K.C.M.G., J.P., of Adelaide, South 
Australia, Member of the Legislative 
Council of South AustraUa, a dexter 
arm embowed ppr., charged with two 
cinquefoils az.. holding a lozenge, also 
az., thereon a swan's head and neck 
erased or. Carpe diem. 

Baker, John Richard, Esquire, same crest 
and motto. 

Baker, Sisinghurst, Kent, a dexter cubit 
arm holding a swan's head erased 
arg., beaked gu. 220. 9 

Baker, Rev. Robert Lowbridge, of 
Ramsden, Charlbury, Oxford, a dexter 
arm in mail ppr., the under-vest seen 
at the elbow vert, the hand also ppr., 
grasping a swan's neck erased or, 
beaked gu., and gorged with a ducal 
coronet of the last. 

Baker, Kent, an arm embowed, vested 
with green leaves, holding in the hand 
ppr. a swan's head erased or. 

Baker of Lismacue, co. Tipperary, a 
dexter naked hand and arm holding a 
swan's head erased arg. Bonos virtutis 
satelles. 220. 9 

Baker of Ware,sley, Worcs., a naked 
dexter arm embowed ppr., grasping a 



BAK 

swan's head erased or, dueally gorged 
and beaked gu. 

Baker of West Hay, Soraers., a dexter 
arm in mail, the under-vest seen 
at the elbow vert, holding in the 
hand ppr. a swan's neck erased or, 
beaked and gorged with a ducal 
coronet gu. 

Baker, Granville Edwin Lloyd, of Hard- 
wicke, Glouc, a hairy, wild man's arm 
vert, hand and elbow ppr., holding a 
swan's head erased or and arg., dueally 
gorged gu. 220. 9 

Baker, George Edward, Esquire, M.A., 
of Freshford, co. Somers., Fellow and 
Bursar of Magdalen College, Oxford, 
a tower sable and issuing from the 
battlements thereof a dexter arm in 
armour embowed holding in the hand 
a baton ppr. Sola meus turris Dtu^. 
314. 8 

Baker, Thorngrove, Worcs., and Lypeat 
Park, Glouc, a swan's head erased or, 
ducaUy gorged gu. Persevero. lOl. 5 

Baker, LawTence James, Esquire, of 
Ottershaw Park, Ottershaw, Surrey, in 
front of a swan's head erased arg., an 
estoile or, between two bezants. 
Sedulo et honesle. 

Baker, Lawrence Ingham, Esquire, of 
Eastcote Lodge, Pinner, same crest 
and motto. 

Baker of Bowden, Chesh., London, and 
Windsor, a swan's head erased arg., 
collared gu., holding in the beak a 
trefoil az. 

Baker, Sir Samuel 'White, F.R S., 
F.R.G.S., F.R.S.A., K.M., M.A., D.L., 
J.P., Sandford Orleigh, Newton Abbot, 
Devonsh., a swan's head erased arg., 
gorged with a naval coronet and 
between two cinquefoils az. Perse- 
vere. 

Baker of Wattisfield and Wrentham, 
Suff., a demi-ostrich, wings expanded, 
holding in its beak a horseshoe. 

c/. 96. 8 

Baker, an ostrich-head erased or, holding 
in the beak a horseshoe arg. 

Baker, Radnorsh., a hawk's head arg., 
between two flings gu., holding in the 
beak three ears of wheat of the last. 

c/. 89. I 

Baker, Ireland, an eagle displayed sa. 
75. 2 

Baker, a phoenix in flames, aU ppr. 

82. 2 

Baker, Sir Randolph Littlehales, Bart., 
of Ranston, Blandford, Dorset, and 
Ashcombe, Sussex : (1) A nag's head 
erased arg., charged on the neck with 
a cross pattee ii tehee gu., holding in 
the mouth a trefoil shpped vert (for 
Baker). 51. 2. (2) Between two wings 
elevated or, an armed arm embowed 
ppr., garnished or, the hand in a 
gauntlet grasping an arrow in bend 
sinister entwined by a branch of 
olive, also ppr. {for Littlehales). Finis 
coronal opus. 198. 10 

Baker, Sir George Sherston, Bart., of 
Upper Dunstable House, Richmond, 
Surrey, a demi-lion rampant, per fesse 
indented erminois and psean, holding 
between the paws an escallop arg., 
charged with an erm. spot. Fidei 
cotictda crux. 13. 10 

Baker, Durh., a lion rampant arg. 1. 13 



30 

Baker, Ferdinand, of Elemore Hall, 
Durh. : ( I ) A lion rampant arg., charged 
on the shoulder with a saltier az., and 
holding between the paws an es- 
cutcheon of the last, thereon a maunch 
or (for Baker). 3. 4. (2) A griffin 
passant per pale or and erm., resting 
the dexter claw on an escutcheon sa., 
charged with a tower or (jor Tower). 
Love and dread. 63. 9 

Baker of London and Worcs., a cockatrice 
erm., combed and wattled gu. 68. 4 

Baker, William Chnton, Esquire, of 
Bayfordbury, Herts, a cockatrice per 
fesse indented erminois and pa;an, 
combed and wattled gu., gorged with 
a coUar az., and in the beak a quatre- 
foil sUpped vert. So run that ye may 
obtain. 

Baker, Wingfleld-, of Orsett Hall, Essex : 
(i) For Baker, a cockatrice erm., 
combed and wattled gu. 68. 4. (2) 
For Wingfield, a griffin passant vert. 

63. 2 

Baker, Westbrook, of Cottesmore, Rut- 
land, a greyhound's head erased ppr., 
charged with a fess between six ears 
of wheat or. Non sibi sed patrice. 

Baker, a greyhound's head erased arg., 
gorged with a fess engrailed sa., 
fimbriated or, charged with three fleur- 
de-lis of the last. 

Baker, William Meath, of Hasfield Court, 
Glouc, out of a ducal coronet or, a 
goat's head arg., attired or. Ars bona 
violentia. 

Baker, Lines, and SmaUborough, Norf., a 
demi-unicorn erased arg., armed and 
maned or. c/. 48. 7 

Baker, a boar's head couped or. 43. I 

Baker, a rose-tree vert, flowered or. 

149. 14 

Baker, Rev. Robert Lowbridge, of Rams- 
den House, Oxford, a dexter arm in 
maU, the under-vest seen at the elbow 
vert, the hand ppr. grasping a swan's 
neck erased or. gorged with a ducal 
coronet gu., beaked also of the last. 

Baker, Kent, and of Battel, Sussex, a 
musk-rose branch vert, flowered arg., 
seeded or. 149. 8 

Baker of London, on a mount vert, a 
tower arg., between two laurel- branches 
ppr. 

Baker of Walton, Norf., on a chapeau az., 
tiu-ned up erm., a stag's head cabossed 
or. 122. 10 

Baker-Wilbraham, George Barrington, 
Esquire, a wolf's head erased arg., 
charged on the neck with a cross cross- 
let az. for distinction (for Wilbraham). 
(2) A dexter arm embowed vested az., 
charged with three annulets interlaced 
or, cuffed arg., holding in the hand ppr. 
an arrow of the last. In portu quies. 

Baker-Cresswell, Addison Francis, Cress- 
weU, Morpeth, Northumb. : (i) On a 
mount vert a torteau charged with a 
squurel sejant arg. (jor Crcsswell). 
135. 11. (2) A goat's head erased 
arg., armed and crined or, gorged 
with a collar gemel and cliarged on 
the neck with a saltire gu. (jor Baker). 
Cressa ne careat. 

Balam, Norf. and Suff., a lion's head 
erased gu., collared and lined or, 
charged on the neck with a cinquefoil 



BAL 

Balam of Walstoken, Norf., and Barton, 
Suff., out of a ducal coronet or, a demi- 
cock gu., wings displayed, combed and 
wattled or. 9i- 14 

Balberney, Scotland, a stag lodged ppr. 
I II5-7 

Balbirnie-Vance, Robert Anstruther, 
Esquire, J.P., formerly of Balmerino, 
'Victoria, a lion rampant or, gorged 
with a collar gu., and holding in the 
dexter paw a pair of balances ppr., 
and charged on the shoulder with a 
cinquefoil of the second. Be faithfid. 

Balcarres, Earl of, Scotland (Lindsay), see 
Crawford, Earl of. 

Balchen, an anchor erect, and from its 

cross-beam a square banner pendant 

charged with three fleur-de-lis in 

fesse. 

j Balcombe, Kent, a bear passant ppri, 

[ coUared and chained or. Teuebo. 

c/. 34- I 

Baldberney or Balbirney, Scotland, a 
morion ppr. iSo. I 

Balderney, on a mo\mt a stag lodged, all 
ppr. 115. 12 

Balderston or Balderstones, Scotland, a 
hand holding a lancet ppr. Vtdnere 
sano. 216. 14 

Balderstone, Scotland, out of a cloud a 
dexter arm in fess ppr., holding in 
the hand a cross pattee fitched az. 

223. 6 

Baldock of Petham, Kent, on a mount 
vert, a greyhound sejant, the dexter 
paw resting on an escallop arg. 59. i 

Baldock of Cauleston, Norf., an eagle 
close, gazing at the sun. 76. I 

Baldrie or Baldry, a trefoil slipped vert. 

148.9 

Baldry, out of a gillyflower gu., a demi- 
man habited. 

Baldwin, a squirrel sejant or. cf. 135. 4 

Baldwin, a squirrel sejant or, holding a 
sprig of hazel vert. Vim vi repeilo. 

135- 2 

Baldwin, Colonel WiUiam John Atkinson, 
of Dalton-in-Furness, Lanes, a squirrel 
sejant or, charged on the body with a 
fesse az., and supporting with the fore- 
legs an ostrich feather erect arg. \'im 
vi repeUo. 233. 3 

Baldwin of Shrewsbury, on a wreath 
above a cap of maintenance a cocka- 
trice, wings endorsed arg. 

Baldwin and Baldwyn of Diddlebery, on a 
mount vert, a cockatrice arg., beaked, 
combed, and wattled or, ducaUy gorged 
and lined of the last. Per deum meum 
tratisilio murum. cf. 68. 7 

Baldwin, Frederick Benjamin Judge, 
surgeon, Draycott House, Bodicote, 
Banbury, a cockatrice arg., ducaUy 
gorged or. Est voluntas Dei 

Baldwin of Clohina, Ireland, a dove, in its 
beak an olive-branch ppr. Est voluntas 
Dei. 92. 5 

Baldwin, Captain Wilham, of Chingford, 
Dunedin, New Zealand, Honorary 
Resident Magistrate for that Colony, 
uses standing on a cross a dove, holding 
in its beak an olive-branch. Scquere 
me est voluntas Dei. 

Baldwin of Stede Hill, Kent, a lion ram- 
pant az., holding in its paws a cross 
crosslet fitched or. 

Bale of Carleton-Curlew, Leics., a demi- 
lion gu., supporting a broken spear or. 



BAL 

Bales of Norton, Northamp., a lion sejant 
gu., resting the dexter paw on a cross 
pattee fitched or. 

Bales of Wilby, Suff., a tiger's head 
erased sa., armed or, gorged with a fess 
wavy az. (Another, on a mount vert, 
a lion sejant erm.) 7. 7 

Balfour, Bart., Denmilne, Fife, a crescent 
or. God gives increase. 163. 2 

Balfour of Randerston, a crescent. 

163. 2 

Balfour-Melville, John Mackintosh, Es- 
quire, of Pilrig, Edinburgh, and Strath- 
kinness, Fife ; (i) On the dexter side a 
dexter hand holding an olive-branch 
ppr. Adsit Deus (for Balfour). 219. 9. 
(2) On the sinister side a crescent arg. 
Deniquecalum (for Melville). 163. 2 
\ Balfour of Telrig, Scotland, a dexter 
hand holding an olive-branch, all ppr. 
Adsit Devs. 219. 9 

BaI|our, Arthur Mackintosh, Esquire, 
Sussex Artillery, Brighton, a dexter 
hand holding an olive-branch ppr. 
Adsit Deus. 

Balfour, Hon. James, of Tyalla, Toorak, 
Melbourne, same crest and motto. 

Balfour of Trenaby, Orkney, a dexter 
arm in armour erect, the hand holding 
a baton in bend gu., tipped arg. For- 
ward. cf. 209. 9 

Balfour, Scotland, a hand in armour 
holding a truncheon ppr. Forward. 

209. 9 

Balfour of Balmouth, an otter's head 
cmiped. Forivard, non temere. 134. i 

Balfour of Dunbog, a tower arg., masoned 
sa., ensigned with an otter's head 
erased of the last. Nil temere. 

Balfour, a mermaid holding in her dexter 
hand an otter's head erased, all ppr. 

c/. 184. 10 

Balfour of Mountquhanny, Fife, a mer- 
maid ppr., holding in her dexter hand 
an otter's head erased sa., and in her 
sinister a swan's head, also erased ppr. 
Omne sohi/in forti patrin. 

Balfour of Dunbog, a mermaid ppr., hold- 
ing in her dexter hand a boar's head 
erased sa. Omne solum forti patria. 

1S4. 10 

Balfour of Burleigh, Baron (Bruce), 
Kennet, Alloa, Clackmannan : ( i ) On 
the dexter side, on a rock a mermaid 
ppr., holding in her dexter hand an 
otter's head erased sa., and in her 
sinister a swan's head erased, also ppr. 
(for Balfour). Omne solum forti patria. 
(2) On the sinister side, a dexter arm 
in armour from the shoulder, resting 
on the elbow, the hand holding a 
sceptre, all ppr. (for Bruce). Fuimus. 

Balfour, James William, Esquire, of 
Balfour Castle, Kirkwall, a dexter arm 
in armour erect ppr., the hand holding 
a batoii in bend gu., tipped arg. 
Forward. 

Balfour, William Edward Ligonier, Es- 
quire, of Boodle's Club, St. James, 
same crest and motto. 

Balfour, Lt.-Col. John Edmond Heugh, 
D.S.O., of The Manor, Sidmouth, a 
dexter hand and arm erect, holding in 
bend a branch of laurel slipped, all 
ppr. Adsit Deus. 

Balfour, Major Kenneth Robert, M.P., 



31 

Balfour of Grange, on the battlements of 
a castle arg., a woman standing attired | 
gu., holding in her dexter hand an 
otter's head. Nil temere. 155. 7 

Balfour, Gerald William, M.A., of 67, 
Addison Road, W., a palm-tree ppr. 
Virtus ad cethera tendit. 

Balfour, Edward, of Balbirnie, Fife, a 

palm-tree ppr. Virtus ad mthera tendit, 

144. I 

Balfour, Charles Barrington, Esquire, of 
Newton Don, Kelso, same crest and 
motto. 

Balfour, Edward, Esquire, of Balbirnie, 
Markjnch, N.B., same crest and motto. 

Balfour, Rt. Hon. Arthur James, of 
Whittinghame, Scotland, same crest 
and motto. 

Balfour of Townley Hall, Ireland, on a 
perch or, a hawk close ppr., beaked and | 
belled, also or, round the neck a ribbon I 
gu. Omne solum forti patria. c/. 85.13 

Balfour of Forret, an eagle rising, ppr. 
Dieii aidant. yy. 5 

Balfour-Kinnear, George Thomas, of 
Cross and Bristane, Orkney, Esquire, 
Writer to the Signet, 6, Doune Terrace, 
Edinburgh, an anchor ppr. Spem 
fortuna alit. 161. 11 

Balfour, Major Francis Walter, of Fernie 
Castle, CO. Fife, a mermaid ppr., hold- 
ing in her dexter hand an otter's head 
erased sa., and in the sinister a swan's 
head erased ppr. Omni solum forti patria, 

Balfour, Scotland, an heraldic tiger 
passant sa. 25. 5 

Balfour-Hay, te Paterson-Balfour-Hay. 

Balgonie, Lord, see Leven, Earl of. 

Balguy of Duffield, Derbysh., a bear 

passant ppr., coUared and chained or. 

«/• 34- I 

Baliol, Scotland, a decrescent and an 
increscent arg. 163. 7 

Ball of Seotto, Xorf., a demi-lion rampant 
gardant sa. 10. 8 

Ball, a demi-lion rampant, holding be- 
tween the paws a ball. 

Ball, Northamp., out of clouds ppr., a 
demi-lion rampant sa., semee of estoiles 
arg., holding a globe or. 

Ball, an arm erect or, holding in the hand 
a fire-ball, all ppr. 216. 6 

Ball, a cubit arm vested gu., the cuff 



tory, Cambridge, an arm vambraced 
embowed arg., charged with two 
ogresses, the hand grasping a fire-ball 
fired, all ppr. On. 241. 12 

Ball, Sir Charles Bent, same crest and 
motto. 

Ball, John Stewart Valentine, Esquire, 
same crest and motto. 

Ball, Thomas Hand, Esquire, of 236, 
Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, U.S.A., 
an escallop or, charged with a fire-ball, 
all proper. 

Ball of Boughton, Greenhall, and Irby, 
Chesh., out of a ducal coronet an arm 
in armour embowed, holding in the 
hand a fire-ball, all ppr. 

Ball, Bart, (extinct), of Blofield, Norf., out 
of a naval coronet a cubit arm erect in 
naval uniform, holding in the hand a 
grenade bursting ppr. 

Ball of Ballsgrove, near Drogheda, a 
griffin's head erased arg., langued gu., 
beaked or. Fulcrum dignitatis virtus. 66. 2 



BAL 

Ball of London, a caltrap az., embrued 



Ballantine-Dykes, see Dykes. 

Ballantyne of Holylee, Scotland, a demi- 
grifRu, holding in the dexter claw a 
sword erect ppr Nee cito, nee larde. 

64. 6 

Ballard of Ballards, in Horton, near 

Canterbury, Kent, a demi-grifiin, wings 

addorsed erm., beaked and armed or. 

64. 2 

Ballard of Evesham, co. Worcs., a griffin's 
head erased erm. 66. 2 

Ballard of Cradley, Heref., a demi-griflSn 
erm., supporting a broken tilting-spear 
ppr. 65. 3 

Balle, an arm holding a fire-ball ppr. 

216. 6 

Ballenden of Broughton, a hart's head 
couped ppr., attired or, between the 
attires a cross crosslet fitched of the 
last. Sic itur ad astra. cf. 120. 12 

BaUenden, St. Oair Grahame, L.E.C.P., 
Holborn Lodge, Sedgley, Dudley, cre^t 
and motto as above. 

Bellenger, a dragon's head with wings 
addorsed ppr. cf. 72. i 

Ballentine, a demi-griffin sa., wings ad- 
dorsed erm., holding in the dexter 
claw a sword erect arg., hilt and pom- 
mel or. 64. 6 

Ballett of Hatfield, Essex, out of a mural 

coronet or, a demi-eagle displayed sa. 

80. 8 

Ballidon, Derbysh., a demi-lion vert, 
crowned or, holding a cross crosslet of 
the last. cf. 11. 10 

BaUingaU, Hugh, Esquire, J.P., D.L., 

of Ardarroch, Dundee, a demi-eagle 

displayed vert, between two lilies 

issuing out of the wreath ppr. Decore. 

250. 15 

Ballinghall, late Sir George, F.R.S., 
Regius Professor of Military Siirgery 
in the University of Edinburgh, an 
eagle displayed with two heads, per 
pale embattled or and gu. Fortitudine 
et dcc^re. 74. 2 

Ballow of Westminster, two arms em- 



bowed, vested s 



larg. 



thef 



ppr., conjoined, holding an etoile of 
eight points or. 

Balls-Headley, Walter, Esquire, M.A., 
M.D., F.R.C.P., of Collins Street, 
Melbourne, and Redholme, Kensington, 
Road, South Yarra, Victoria, mes a 
martlet. Ccler et vigilans. 95. 4 

Bally of Bath, on a mount vert, in front of 
an oak-tree fructed ppr., two swords in 
saltire, also ppr., pommels and hilts or. 

Balm and Balme, a hat turned up or, 
with three ostrich-feathers arg. 

115. 4 

Balm, a trefoil slipped or. Fideliter. 

148. 9 

Balmanno of Affleck, Scotland, a dexter 
hand grasping a scimitar, all ppr. 
Fortiter. 213-5 

Balmanno or Balmano, Scotland, an eagle 
displayed gu., holding in each claw 
a sword ppr. 75-6 

Balnaves of Carnbody, a dexter hand 
holding a ball ppr. Hinc origo. 

216. 3 

Balnaves or Balneaves, a dexter hand 
holding a ball sa. Fortitudine et vdo- 
citate. 216. 3 



BAL 

Balscott, on a ducal coronet or, a lion 
passant gardant arg. c/. 6. 4 

Balsillie, Scotland, a dexter hand ppr., 

holding a cross crosslet fitched gu. ' 

221. 14 

Balston, Kent, a dove holding an olive- 
branch in its beak, all ppr. J'espere. 
92. 5 

Balston, Reginald Mansfield, Esquire, in 
front of a dove holding in the beak a 
sprig of olive ppr., three fleur-de-lis 
fesseways sa. J'espere. 

Balston, Richard James, Esquire, of 
Springfield, Maidstone, same crest and ' 
motto. I 

Baltrey, on a mural coronet or, a goat's I 
head erased quarterly arg. and erm. ' 

Balvaird, Scotland, a hand holding a 1 
hunting-horn ppr, '"'— ■'-" ''"- 



Non 



dor- 



217. 



Bambell, out of a ducal coronet or, a 
pelican vulning herself sa. c/. 98. i 

Bamber, Lanes, a bull's head erased gu., 
armed or. Fortis et egregius. 44. 3 

Bamber, Ireland, a bull's head couped 
iiu- cf. 44. 3 

Bambrough, Rendlesham, SuflF., a skull- 
cap arg. 

Bamburg, Yorks, a wolf's head erased 
vert, bezantee. c/. 30. 8 

Bamfield or Bamtylde, a lion's head 
erased sa., ducally crowned or. 18. 8 

Bamfield or Baumfield, a lion's head 
erased sa., ducally crowned gu., 
charged on the neck with an annulet 
or. cf. 18. 8 

Bamfield, Cornw. and Devonsh., a lion 
statant gardant, holding in the dexter 
paw an anchor, the flukes resting on the 
wreath. 5. 10 

Bamford of Bamford, Derbysh., on a 
chapeau a serpent nowed. 142. 9 

Bamford, Arthur J. J., Esquire, of 
Misterton Hall, Lutterworth, Leics.. 
in front of a dexter arm embowed, 
holding a flagstaff ppr., therefrom 
flowing a banner arg., charged with a 
mascle gu., three annulets interlaced 
fesseways of the last. Perseverantia 
vincit. cj. 199. 10 

Bamme, Baum, or Baume, out of a ducal 
coronet a griffin's head, holding in the 
beak a key, all ppr. 65. 14 

Bampfylde (Rt. Hon. Sir Augustus 
Frederick George Warwick), Baron 
Poltimore, Devonsh., a lion's head 
erased sa., ducally crowned or. Ddec- 
tare in domino. ' 18. 8 

Banard or Banyard of Stakey, Xorf., a 
lion's gamb erased sa., charged with 
a martlet, or for difference. r/. 36. 4 

Banastre, Shropsh., a peacock ppr. 

103- 7 

Banbury, Sir Frederick George, Bart., 
Warneford Place, Highworth. Wilts, 
a demi-antelope ppr., holding between 
the forepaws a cross pattee and charged 
on the shoulder with a garb gu. 
Moneo et munio. -i-- 7 

Banbury or Bandbury, Oxon., a falcon 
regardant, holding in its dexter claw a 
garland of laurel, all ppr. 85.4 

Bance of London and Callow, Berks, out 
of a ducal coronet or, a lion's gamb 
holding a cross crosslet fitched sa. 

36. II 

Banckes, see Bankes, and Banks, and 



32 

Bancks, a griflin segreant arg., holding a 
cross formee fitchee gu. 

Bancroft of I^ondon, a garb between two 
wings expanded, all or. 153. 14 

Bancroft, Sir Squire, 18, Berkeley Square, 
W., in front of a garb banded between 
two wings or, each wing charged with 
a cross crosslet, four annulets fesseways 
and interlaced a?.. Vi el virtuie. 

244. 17 

Band of Wookey House, Somers., an 
eagle rising or. Dieu est mon aide. 

77- 5 

Band, Essex, on a chapeau an owl ppr., 
wings expanded or. 96. 6 

BandeneU of Netherburj', a griffin statant 
ppr. 63. 8 

Banderstone, see Balderstone. 

Bandinel, a helmet close, crested with a 
plume of feathers ppr. 180. 4 

Bandon, Earl of, see Bernard. 

Banester or Banaster, Lanes, a peacock 
in pride, the body and wings or, the tail 
ppr. 103. 2 

Banester, Leics. and Staffs, a peacock 
sitting ppr., gorged with a collar gu., 
charged with three bezants. 

Banester, Surrey, a peacock ppr. 103. 7 

Banester, a crab erect. 141. 5 

Banester, a lobster or. 141. 2 

Banger, a greyhound's head erased, per 
fess gu. and or. 61. 4 

Bangor, Viscount (Ward), Castle Ward, 
Downpatrick, co. Down, a Saracen's 
head affrontee, couped below the shoul- 
ders ppr., wreathed about the temples 
or and az., and adorned with three 
o.strioh-feathers. Siibcriicesalus. 190. 5 

Banister, a torteau. 159. 14 

Banke or Banck of London and Yorks, on 
the stump of a tree couped a stork 
close, all ppr. 105. 12 

Banke or Banckes, Glouc. and Lanes, a 
griffin segreant arg., holding a cross 
formee fitched gu. 

Bankes of London and Middx., a man's 
head couped at the shoulders sa., on his 
head a chapeau gu., turned up erra. 

Bankes of Kingston Lucy, Dorset, a 
blackamoor's head affrontee, couped at 
the shoulders ppr., in the ears earrings 
or, on the head a chapeau gu., turned 
up erm., adorned with a crescent, 
issuant therefrom a fleur-de-lis or. 
Veile vult quod Deus. 

Bankes, Walter Ralph, of Corfe Castle, 
Dorsetshire, same crest and motto. 

Bankes of Revesby Abbey, Lines, on the 
stump of an oak-tree couped, sprouting 
out new branches, a stork statant arg., 
beaked or, ducally gorged gu. Nullius 
in verba. 105. 4 

Bankes of Winstanley, Wigan, on the 
stump of a tree a stork statant ppr., 
ducally gorged gu. 105. 4 

Banks, Y'orks, an eagle's head couped arg. 
83. I 

Banks of Leeds, Yorks, an eagle's head 
erased sa., between two fleur-de-lis 
are. 84. 9 

Banks, Herbert Delamark, Esquire, of 
Oxney Court, near Dover, Kent, on a 
mount vert, a stone column of the 
Tuscan order, fesseways, thereon a 
stork ppr., the dexter claw resting on 
a fleur-de-lis or. Perseverando. 104. i 

Banks, a dragon's head erased arg. Ripa 
caret tacitnrtta ventis. cf. 71. 2 



BAN 

Banks of Aylesford, Kent, a dragon's 
head erased arg. cf. 71. 2 

Banks, Sir John, of Ciolagh, Monaghan, 
a dragon's head erased per pale sa and 
gu. Fide et fortitudine. 

Banks, Yorks, on a mount vert, a dragon 
rampant arg., supporting a cross pattee 
or. 

Banks, Edwin Hodge, of Highmoor, Wig- 
ton, Cunib., upon the trunk of a tree 
eradicated and sprouting to the dexter 
ppr., an eagle regardant, wings ele- 
vated sa., charged upon the breast and 
upon each wing with a fleur-de-Es or. 
Dum spiro spero. 

Banks, Middx., a blackamoor's head 
affrontee, couped at the shoulders 
ppr., in the ears earrings or, and on 
his head a chapeau gu., turned up erm. 

Banks, Dorset, a blackamoor's head 
affrontee, couped at the shoulders ppr., 
in the ears earrings or, and on his head 
a chapeau gu., turned up erm., charged 
with a crescent, issuing thereform a 
fleur-de-lis or. 

Banks of Aylesford, Kent, on a mount 
vert, a stag statant, attired and ungu 
or, behind a tree ppr. cf. 1 16. 1 3 

Banks, John Daniel, solicitor. Notary 
Public, West End House, Prescot, an 
eagle's head couped arg. NuUiwi in 
verba. 

Banks of London, an arm in armour em- 
bowed arg., garnished or, issuing out of 
clouds ppr., holding in the hand, also 
ppr., a falchion arg., hilt and pommel 
or, and on the falchion a chaplet vert. 

Bannatine and Bannatyne, Scotland, a 
demi-griffin. 64. 2 

Bannatyne of Corhouse, a demi-griffin 
holding in the dexter claw a sword 
erect, all ppr. Xec cito, nee tarde. 64. 6 

Bannatyne of Kames, same crest and 

Bannatyne of NewhaU, a demi-griffin 
holding in the dexter claw a sword in 
fesse ppr. Dum spiro spero. 

Bannatyne, Scotland, a griffin's head 
erased. 66. 2 

Banner of London, an arm in armour 
embowed, holding in the hand ppr. a 
banner gu., fringe and staff arg., 
charged with a fleur-de-lis or. Nil sine 
numine. cf. 199. 9 

Banner of London, a demi-wolf ppr., 
ducally gorged and chained or, holding 
between its paws a mullet of six. points 
of the same. 31. 6 

Bannerman, Bart., of Elsick, Scotland, 
a demi-man in armour affrontee, his 
dexter hand grasping a sword, all ppr. 
Pro pnlria. 187. I 

Bannerman, W. Bruce, Esquire, F.S.A., 
of Croydon, a demi-man in armour 
affrontee, his dexter hand grasping a 
sword, all ppr., and his sinister hand 
holding a banner displayed arg., 
thereon a canton az., charged with a 
saltire of the field. Propatria. 292.12 

Bannerman of Edinburgh, same crest and 
motto. 

Bannerman, James Murray, of Wyastone 
Leys, Heref. A demi-man in armour 
holding in the dexter hand a sword, 
all ppr. Pro patria. 

Bannerman, Scotland, a demi-priest 
habited ppr., in the act of prayer. Hc^c 
prceslat inililia. 



BAN 

Bannerman, Campbell-, Rt. Hon. Sir 
Henry, M.P., of Hunton Court, Kent: 
(t) a demi-man in armour ppr {for 
Bannerman). (2) A boar's head erased 
ppr. {/or Campbell). Patrice fidelis. — 
A'e oUiviscaris. 42. 2 

Bannester and Bannister, an arm in 
armour couped in fess, holding a scimi- 
tar in pale arg., enfiled with a boar's 
head couped ppr. c/. 2 1 1 . 9 

Banning, see Greaves-Banning. 

Banning of London, an ostrich arg., hold- 
ing in the beak a key or. 97. 5 

Bannister, an arm in armour couped fess- 
ways ppr.. holding a scimitar arg. in 
pale, entiled with a boar's head couped, 
also ppr. c/. 211. 9 

Bannister of GuonchaU, Leics., a peacock 
sitting ppr., gorged with a coUar gu., 
charged with three bezants. 

Bantry, Earl of (Hedges-'White) : (i) A 
stork arg., beaked and membered or, 
charged with a crescent gu. (for Wlute). 
(2) A swan's head and neck erased ppr. 
{for Hedges), cf. loi. 5. (3) A leg 
booted, armed, and spurred, couped 
at the thigh, per pale gu. and arg., 
spurred or {for Eyre). The noblest 
motive is the public good. 

Banworth, on a ducal coronet a griffin 
sejant, resting the dexter claw on an 
escutcheon. 62. 11 

Baptista of Castile, out of a ducal coronet 
or, a dragon's head vert, in Uames of 
fire ppr. 72. 14 

Baptist-Browne of Italy, a dragon's head 
between two wings sa., gorged with 
a bar gemelle or, the dexter ear 
gu., the sinister arg., the wings pur- 
fied or. 

Baratty, an eagle regardant, wings ex- 
panded, holding in its dexter claw a 
sword, all ppr. 7y. 10 

Barban or Barbon, a leopard's head and 
neck ppr. 22. 10 

Barbe, St., of Lymington, Hants, awyvern 
sa. 70. 2 

Barbenson, Thomas Nicholas, Esquire, of 
Alderney, three mullets or, in front of 
a mount vert, thereon an olive-tree 
ppr., and on the dexter side thereof, 
rampant to the sinister, a lion gu. 
Semper fidelis. 3. 1 1 

Barber, Scotland, a dexter hand holding 
a cross crosslet fitched gu. 221.14 

Barber, Scotland, a dexter hand holding a 
cross pa ttee fitched gu. 221.12 

Barber, Thomas Philip, Esquire, B.A., 
J. P., Lamb Close House, Greasley, 
Notts, out of a ducal coronet, a bull's 
head. In Deo spis. 44. 1 1 

Barber, Suff., out of a ducal coronet gu., 
a bull's head arg. cf. 44. 1 1 

Barber of London, on a mural coronet 
gu., a bull's head erased arg. 

Barber, Herts, out of a ducal coronet or, 
a bull's head per pale arg. and gu. 

cf. 44. II 

Barber-Starkey, William Joseph, Esquire, 
of Aldenham Park, Bridgnorth, 
Shropsli., a stork arg., semee of estoiles 
az. Homo proponit, Deus disponit. 

Barberie or Barberrie, a dexter hand 
holding an arrow, point downwards, aU 
ppr. Suivezraison. 214.4 

Barbon of London, a leopard's head and 
neck arg., spotted sa. 22. 10 

Barbon, see Uarban. 



33 

Barbor of Stamford, Lines, London, and 
Suti., out of a ducal coronet or, a 
bull's head arg.. charged on the neck 
with a cinquefoil gu. cf. 44. 11 

Barbor, on a staff raguly in fess an eagle 
displayed with two "heads az., each 
ducally crowned or, the inside of the 
wings and the legs also or. 

Barbour, a Calvary-cross gu. Nihilo nisi 
cnice. 166. I 

Barbour, George, of Bolesworth Castle, 
Chesh., in front of a mount vert, 
thereon a cross Calvary arg., a garb 
fessewise or. Nihilo nisi cruce. 

Barby, Devonsh. and Northamp., a 
heraldic tiger statant arg., attired with 
four horns, turned round like those of 
a ram or. 

Barchaud, a dove arg., winged or, beaked, 
legged, and collared gu., charged on 
the breast with a crescent of the last, 
holding in its beak an olive-branch 
vert, and resting its dexter claw on a 
mill-rind, erect az. 

Barclay, Sir David Edward Durell, Bart., 
of Pierston, a sword in pale arg., hilt 
and pommel or. Crux Christi nostra 
corona. 170. 2 

Barclay-AUardioe, see Allardice. 

Barclay of London, same crest and motto. 

Barclay, Scotland, a hand holding a 
dagger in pale ppr. Crux Christi nostra 
corona. 212. 9 

Barclay, Charles Alexander, Esquire, 
of Aberdour House, Fraserburgh, co. 
Aberdeen, a hand holding a dagger 
ppr. Aut agere, aut mori. 

Barclay, Charles Herbert, E3<juire, of 
Inchedura, North Berwick, N.B., same 
crest and motto. 

Barclay, Robert, Esquire, of Bury Hill, 
Dorking, Surrey, a mitre or, and in an 
escroll. In cruce spero. 

Barclay, a dexter hand holding a sword 
ppr., hilted and pommelled or. Aut 
agere, aut mori. 212. 13 

Barclay, an arm couped and embowed, 
resting the elbow on the wreath, hold- 
ing in the hand three ears of wheat, 
aU ppr. 202. 6 

Barclay, Scotland, a mitre ppr. In cruce 
spero. cf. 180. 5 

Barclay, Robert, of Higham, Bury St. 
Edmunds, same crest and motto. 

Barclay, a mitre or, charged with an 
escallop gu. Dieu avec nons. cf. 180. 5 

Barclay, Rev. Joseph, LL.D., Rector of 
Stapleford, Herts, and Bishop of 
Jerusalem, a mitre or, charged with an 
escallop gu. Dieu avec nous. cf. 1 80. 5 

Barclay of Touch, Scotland, a cross pattee 
gu. Cruxsalutimconjert. cf. 165. 7 

Barclay of Balmakewan, Scotland, a cross 
pattee gu. Sola cruce salus. cf. 165. 7 

Barclay of Wavertree, a cross pattee gu., 
surmounted by an Eastern crown or. 
ilirtix etre que paroltre. 

Barclay of Burford Lodge, Surrey, same 
crest. 

Barclay, Sweden, a passion-cross gu., 
surmounted by a celestial crown or. 
Crux Christi solamen ofjert. 

Barclay, Scotland, a dove holding in its 
beak an olive-branch ppr. Cedant 
arma. 92. 5 

Barclay, a demi-griffin regardant az., 
supporting a flag erect charged with a 
crescent. 64. 14 



BAR 

Barclay of Johnston, Scotland, the sun 
issuing out of a cloud ppr. Servabit me 
semper Jehovah. 162. 5 

Barcroft, Henry, Esquire, of the Glen, 
CO. Armagh, a demi-bear rampant gu., 
muzzled and charged on the shoulder 
with a trefoil slipped or. 263. 10 

Barcroft of Meer Green, Worcs., a wolf 
rampant gu. 28. 3 

Bard of Caversfield, Bucks, a lion's gamb 
couped and erect or, grasping a horse's 
leg erased sa. 38. 12 

Bardin, a demi-youth ppr., holding over 
his shoulder a broken axe. 

Bardolf, Bardolfe, or Bardolph, out of a 
ducal coronet or, a dragon's head of 
the ,?ame, wings expanded gu. 

Bardolph of London, out of a mural 
coronet gu., a dragon's head between 
two wings of the la.st, each charged 
with a mascle or. 

BardsweU, Charles William, M.A., Re- 
corder of Kingston-on-Thames, the 
Beacon, Surbiton, a peacock in his 
pride ppr. Non nobis nascimur. 

Bardwell, an arm in armour holding in 
the hand a broken spear, the pieces in 
saltier. 209. 10 

Bardwell, Thomas Newman Frederick, 
Esquire, D.L., Bolton Hall, Wilberfoss, 
Yorks, a demi-goat erm., armed and 
attired or. Bear thee well. 1 29. 10 

Bare, Ireland, a wolf's head sa. 30. 5 

Barentine or Barrentine, an eagle dis- 
played arg., between the attires and 
over the scalp of a stag or. 

Bareth, Ireland, a lozenge gu. cf. 1 10. 3 

Barett, a demi-leopard gardant ppr. 

cf. 23. 4 

Bareu or Barew, a holly-braneh vert. 

147- 7 

Barfoot of Midlington Place, Hants, a 
stag statant, gorged with a ducal 
coronet. cf. 117. 5 

Barfoot or Barford, out of a ducal coronet, 
a cubit arm in armour, the hand 
grasping a sword in bend sinister 
ppr. 

Barford or Berford, Rutl., a bear passant 
sa. f/. 34- I 

Bargrave or Bargrove, Kent, on a mount 
vert a pheon gu., point downwards, 
between two laurel- branches of the 
first. 

Barham, Baron (Noel), a buck at gaze 
arg., attired or. Tout bien ou rien. 

117- 3 

Barham or Braham, Suff. and Surrey, a 
wolf's head arg. 30. 5 

Barham of Staines, Middx., a stork among 
bulrushes, all ppr. 104. 3 

Bariff, Northamp., on a mount vert a 
beaver passant ppr., gorged with a 
plain collar and ring or. cf. 1 34. 4 

Baring of Larkbeer, Devonsh., a mullet 
erminois, between two wings arg. 
Prob itatc et labore. cf. 1 1 1 . 5 

Baring, Baron Ashburton, see Ashburton. 

Baring, Viscount Baring and Earl of 
Northbrook, see Northbrook. 

Baring, Baron Revelstoke, see Revelstoke. 

Baring, a dexter cubit arm in armour, 
holding in the hand a caltrap, all ppr. 

210. 7 

Baring-Gould, Rev. Baring, of 65, Lee 
Park, Lee, Kent, a demi-Iion rampant 
az. bezantee. Toujours sans tache. — 
Probitate et labore. 



BAR 

Baring-Gould, Francis, Esquire, of Mer- 
row Grange, Surrey, same crest and 
motto. 

Baring-Gould, Rev. Sabine, of Lew 
Treneliard, North DeTon, same crest 
and motto. 

Baring, Harold Herman John, High 
Beach, Essex, a mullet erminois be- 
tween two wings arg. Probitate et 
labore. 239. 2 

Baring, WiUiam Henry, of Norman 
Court, Hants, crest and motto as above. 

Barkas or Barcas, an arm from the 
shoulder holding a roU of bark ppr. 
Fari quce sentiat. 

Barke, an arm from the shoulder holding 
in the hand a spade ppr. 202. 12 

Barkeley, Somers., a unicorn statant gu., 
armed or. cf. 48. 5 

Barkeley, a mitre gu., charged with a 
chevron, between ten crosses formee 
arg. c/. 180. 5 

Barkeley, Okenbury, Cornw., on a mount 
vert, a stag lodged ppr. 115. 12 

Barkeman of London, two arms in armour 
embowed or, holding between the hands 
ppr. a bundle of arrows arg., banded 
gu. 194. 6 

Barker, Bart., Bocking Hall, Esses, a 
bear sejant or, collared sa. c/. 34. S 

Barker, Thomas, Esquire, of Roslyn Hall, 
Sydney, New South Wales, a bear 
sejant sa., muzzled and gorged with 
a collar gemelle or, holding in the 
paws an escutcheon gu., charged with 
an escallop arg. 

Barker, Christopher Dove, Esquire, of 
Radnor House, Great Malvern, issuant 
from an annulet or, a bear's head erased 
sa., muzzled of the first, charged -n-ith 
a bend nebuly arg., thereon three 
torteaux. Virtus tutissima cassis. 

Barker, Ponsonby-, of Kilcooly, Ireland : 
(i) A bear sejant or, collared sa. (for 
Barker), cf. 34. 8. (2) In a ducal 
coronet az., three arrows, one in pale 
and two in saltier, points downward, 
enveloped with a snake ppr. (for 
Ponsonby). 173. 2 

Barker, a bear's head sa., muzzled or. 

34- 14 

Barker, Rev. Alfred Gresley, Stanlake 
Park, Readhig, on a rock arg., a hawk 
close or. In solo Deo solus. 

Barker, Norf., a bear's head erased gu., 
muzzled or. 35-2 

Barker of Newbury, Berks, Great Hor- 
wood, Bucks, etc., a bear's head erased 
gu., muzzled or, between two wings 
erect, the dexter az., the sinister of the 
second. 35. 5 

Barker, George Rickard, Esquire, Hemsby 
Hall, Norf., a bear's head eouped gu., 
muzzled or, between two torteaux. 

Barker of Over and Vale Royal, Chesh., 
a falcon arg., standing on a hawk's lure 
gu., stringed or. cf. 85. 14 

Barker, Shropsh., on a rock a hawk ppr. 
86: 7 

Barker of WoUerton, Shropsh., on a rock 
arg., a hawk close or. 86. 7 

Barker, Raymond-, Reginald Henry, of 
Fairford Park, Glouc. : (i) On a rock 
arg., a hawk close or (for Barker). 
86. 7. (2) Out of a mural coronet a 
demi-eagle displayed or, charged on 
the body with three torteaux in pale. 
VirUis tutissima cassis. So. 8 



Barker of Haughmond, Shropsh., an eagle 
rising regardant arg., beaked and 
winged or. y?. 4 

Barker of Chelsum, Bucks, a turtle-dove 
ppr., holding in its beak a rose gu., 
stalked and leaved vert. cf. 92. 5 

Barker of Bockenhall, Essex, an ostrich- 
head erased or, holding in the beak a 



Barker, Jliddx., Kent, and Surrey, out of 
a ducal coronet or, an eagle displayed 
sa., beaked and legged gu. 

cf. 75. 2 

Barker of Albrighton Hall, Salop, same 
crest. Juvante Deo floret industria. 

Barker of Holbeach, Norf., out of a ducal 
coronet or, a grilBn's head ppr. Fide 
sed cui vide. 67. 9 

Barker, Hurst., Berks and Warw., a 
naked boy ppr., holding an arrow. 

Barker, Berks, a naked man holding a 
spear in pale ppr. 

Barker, Berks, a demi-Moor ppr., in his 
dexter hand an arrow or, feathered 
and headed arg., on his sinister arm a 
shield, also or, and over his shoulder a 

Barker of Ipswich, Suff.. same crest. 

Barker, William Oliver, Esquire, M.D., of 
Dunboyiie, co. Meath, and of Gardiner's 
Row, Dublin, a demi-Moor ppr., over 
his sinister shoulder a sash gu., holding 
in his dexter hand an arrow or, 
feathered and headed arg., and on 
Ills sinister arm a shield or, charged 
with a crescent sa. Mors potius 
macula. 

Barker of Ipswich, a greyhound sejant 
arg., collared and ringed or, having 
attached to the latter a Une of the 
same, entwined round the body and 
held to the ground by the dexter 
liind-foot. 

Barker, Rutland, a bear sejant ppr. 

cf. 34. 8 

Barkesworth or Barksworth, Yori;s, out 
of a ducal coronet two arms, dexter 
and sinister, vested and embowed, 
and in each hand an ostrich-feather. 

203. 2 

Barkey of Bremen, Germany, and of 
Dublin, a lion's gamb eouped sa., 
between two ostrich-feathers, the 
dexter arg., the sinister gu. 

Barkham, an arm eouped at the shoulder 
in a maunch, embowed in fess, the 
elbow resting on the wTeath. 203. i 

Barkham of London, two arms in armour 
embowed ppr., holding a sheath of five [ 
arrows or, feathered arg., and banded 
with a ribbon gu. DUigentia fortuna 
mater. 194. 6 

Barksteade of London, out of a ducal [ 
coronet or, an arm in armour embowed ' 
ppr., grasping a sword arg., hilt and | 
pommel of the first. 195. 10 , 

Barkwortb, Yorks, a demi-hon rampant | 
arg. Esto quod esse videris. 10. 2 I 

Barlande, a lion rampant gu., supporting 1 
a garb ppr. i . 7 | 

Barlay or Barley, a boar's head or, tusked 
az., charged on the breast with a mullet 
of the same. 41-3 

Barley, Derbysh., a boar's head erased or, 
in the mouth a quatrefoil az. I 

Barley of London, a dexter cubit arm 
vested, charged with a fess vair cottised, ' 
cuff arg., holding in the hand a staff. 



BAR 

Barley, a demi-stag party per pale, 
charged with three bars wavy counter- 
changed, cf. 119. 2 

Barling, Kent, a lion rampant gu., sup- 
porting a garb ppr. Perspicax aiidax. 
■ I- 7 

Barloss, a cock or, combed, legged, and 
wattled gu. 01. 2 

Barlow, Very Rev. William Hagger, 
Dean of Peterborough, on a Mercury's 
cap or, the wings arg., an eagle's head 
erased ppr. 

Barlow, Sir Thomas, Bart., in front of a 
staff erect, entwined by a serpent ppr., 
an eagle's neck erased with two heads 
arg., thereon a rose gu. Sicut aquila 
juvenescam. 232. 9 

Barlow, Lanes, two eagles' heads erased 
and conjoined arg., beaked or. 

Barlow of Sheffield, on a Mercury's cap or, 
the wings arg., an eagle's head erased 
ppr., collared erm. 84. I 

Barlow of Slebege, Pembroke, a demi-lion 
arg., holding in the dexter paw a cross 
crosslet fitched sa. 1 1 . 10 

Barlow, an eagle's head erased ppr., 
holding in the beak an escaUop-shell. 

Barlow of Upton House, near Manchester, 
a gauntleted hand beudways ppr., 
grasping two eagles' heads conjoined 
and erased at the neck sa. En foi 
•prest. 

Barlow, Alexander Kay, Esquire, of 
Wivenhoe Hall, Essex, same crest and 
motto. 84. II 

Barlow, William Wycliffe, Esquire, of 
Pitt JIanor, near Winchester, same 
crest and motto. 

Barlow-Massicks, Thomas, Esquire, of 
the Oaks, Millom, Cumb., a cross 
pattee az., surmounted by a leopard's 
face jessant-de-lis or. Vestigia nulla re- 
trorsum. 

Barlow of Dublin, issuant from a billet 
raguly vert, a demi-eagle without 
wings, per pale arg. and or, and 
charged on the breast with two 
chevronels sa. So. 1 1 

Barlow, Sir Richard Wellesley, Bart., out 
of an Eastern crown or, a demi-lion 
arg., supporting in the paws a cross 
crosslet fitchee az., between on the 
dexter side a branch of olive, and on 
the sinister a branch of palm ppr. 
Si piusinprimis. — Diligepacem. 251. 5 

Barlow, a demi-lion rampant gardantarg., 
gorged with a collar gu., thereon three 
bezants, holding between the paws a 
cross moline of the second charged 
with a bezant. 

Barnaby, a demi-iloor ppr., holding in 
his dexter hand a rose gu. 

Barnaby, a boar's head erased, per fess 
nebiJy sa. and or. 41. 5 

Barnaby of Colchester, Essex, a demi- 
greyhound gu., collared and ringed arg., 
holding between the paws a branch of 
laurel vert. 

Barnaby, Worcs. , an escallop sa. 141. 14 
Barnaby, Shropsh., a leopard couchant sa. 
24. 10 
Barnack or Barnake, a bear's head sa., 
muzzled or, between two \rings of the 
last. cf. 35. 5 

Barnard, Rev. Dennis Jacob Johnson, of 
the School House, Stamford, a demi- 
lion arg., charged on the shoulder with 



BAR 

an escallop, holding between the paws a 

serpent nowed, the whole between two 

escallops, all az. IlaintenaiU ou jamais. 

295. 6 

Barnard, Baron (Vane), an armed hand 
couped at the wrist grasping a sword 
in bend sinister, all ppr., pommel and 
hilt or. Nee tetnerc nee timide. 

Barnard of Bartlow, Cambs, a demi-bear 
rampant sa., muzzled or. 34-13 

Barnard, Yorks, same crest. 

Barnard, Fulke Lancelot Wade, Esquire, 
of Portishead, Somers., same crest. 
Fer et perfer. 34. 13 

Barnard of London, out of a ducal coronet 
or, a demi-bear rampant sa., muzzled 
or. 34. 10 

Barnard, Benjamin, Esquire, of Ham, 
Surrey, out of a mount vert, a demi- 
bear sa., muzzled, charged on the 
shoulder with a cross pattee fitchee, 
and the sinister paw resting on a cross 
crosslet or. 

Barnard of Notcliffe House, Tewkesbury, 
Glouc, a demi-bear rampant sa., semee 
of annulets or, and holding between 
the paws a buckle of the last. Ex 
Concordia victorice spes. 34. 1 1 

Barnard of Cave Castle, Yorks: (i) A 
bear rampant sa., muzzled or (for 
Barnard. (2) A greyhound courant 
{for Boldcro). Feslina lente. cj. 58. 2 

Barnard, Norf. and Yorks, and Pirton, 
Oxon., a demi-lion rampant arg., 
charged on the shoulder with a mullet 
within an annulet, holding in the paws a 
snake entwined az. 9. 14 

Barnard, G. W. G., 4, Surrey Street, 
Norwich, a demi-lion arg., charged on 
the shoulder with an escallop, holding 
between the paws a serpent nowed, the 
whole between two escallops, all az. 
Nunc aut nnnguam. 260. 13 

Barnard, John, Esquire, of Lambeth, 
Surrey, a lion passant arg., biUettce 
sa., supporting with the dexter paw 
an escutcheon gu., charged with a garb 
or. J/eo gloria fides. 5. i 

Barnard, London, an escallop-shell arg. 

141. !4 

Barnard, Herbert, Esquire, of 69, Port- 
land Square, W., ou a mount vert, a 
demi-bear sa., muzzled, charged on 
the shoulder with a cross patee fitchee, 
and the sinister paw resting on a cross 
cros,slet or. 

Barnard, John, Esquire, of 32, Montpellier 
Crescent, Brighton, a hon arg., billet tee 
sa., supporting with the dexter paw 
a shield gu., charged with a garb or. 
Mea gloria fides. 

Barnard, Joseph, Esquire, a demi-bear 
rampant sa., semee of annulets or, 
and holding between the paws a buckle 
of the last. Ex Concordia victorice 
spes. 

Barnardiston, Nathaniel, Esquire, of The 
Ryes, near Sudbury, Suff., a bittern 
or, standing among bulrushes ppr. 

Barnardiston, Nathaniel Walter, of the 
Ryes, Sudbury, Suff., same crest. 

Barnardiston of Kiddington, Suff., an 
ass's head arg. Jc trouve bien. 

125. 12 

Barnardiston of Great Cotes, Lines, 
among rushes ppr., a stork or. 104. 3 

Barnato, of 23, Upper Hamilton Place, 
upon a rock ppr., two roses saltire- 



.35 

ways arg., stalked, leaved, and slipped 
vert, interlaced by a mascle or. In- 
diistria atque jortuna. 

Barnawell, see Barnewell. 

Barnby, Yorks, a bear's head couped sa., 
muzzled or. 34. 14 

Barne, Michael, Esquire, a falcon volant 
arg., ducaUy gorged and membered 
or, standing on a mount vert. Nee 
timide nee temere. 

Barne, Miles, Esquire, of Sotterley, co. 
Suff., same crest and motto. 

Barne, Seymour, Esquire, of Sotterley, 
CO. Suff., same crest and motto. 

Barne of Tiverton, Devonsh., in front of 
an oak-tree ppr., growing out of a 
mount vert, an eagle with wings dis- 
played sa., charged on the body and 
on each wing with a bezant, and resting 
the dexter claw on a leopard's face or. 
Amrum honori. 78. 10 

Barne of London, out of a ducal coronet 
or, and on a mount vert, a stag statant 
ppr. 118. 4 

Barneby of Brockhampton, Heref., a lion 
couchant gardant sa. Virtute non vi. 

7. 10 

Barneby, William Henry, of Longworth, 
Heref., same crest and motto. 

Barneby-Lutley, John Habington, Es- 
quire, of Brockhampton, co. Heref., 
same crest and motto. 

Barned, Lewis-, Israel, Esquire, of 
Gloucester Terrace; Regent's Park, 
London, N.W. : (i ) A female in a sitting 
attitude vested az., and holding in the 
right hand a sickle ppr. {for Barned). 
(2) Upon the trunk of a tree fess- 
wise and eradicated ppr., a gryphon 
segreant or, holding in the dexter claw 
a trefoil vert [for Leu-is). Benigno 

Barnefield, a lion's head erased sa., 
ducally crowned gu. 18. 8 

Barnes, Berks, a demi-unicorn erm., 
armed, collared, and lined or. 

c/. 48. 10 

Barnes, Edmund, J.P., 220, Camden 
Road, N. W., same crest. Nee timide nee 
temere. 

Barnes, Walter James, solicitor, Bideford, 
same crest and motto. 

Barnes, a demi-greyhound ppr., holding 
in its paws a garb or. 

Barnes, a demi-lion or. 10. 2 

Barnes, Cambs, a leopard passant arg., 
spotted sa., collared and lined or. 

Barnes, Pemberton-, of Haveringham- 
atte-Bower, Romford, Essex: (i) Upon 
a rock a leopard passant ppr., semee 
of estoiles, and a cross crosslet sa., 
for difference {for Barnes). f2) Upon 
the trunk of an oak-tree eradicated and 
sprouting, towards the dexter ppr., a 
griffin passant or, guttee-de-poix {for 
Pemberton). Mutare vel timere sperno. 

Barnes, the descendants of the late 
Robert Barnes, Esquire, of Durham, 
upon a rock a bear ppr., muzzled or, 
and resting the dexter fore-paw on a 
trefoil slipped vert. Forbear, and the 
same crest with the motto Fer fortiter. 
34- 2 

Barnes of London, in rushes ppr., a duck 
arg. 102. 3 

Barnes, a falcon, wings expanded arg., 
ducally gorged, beaked, and legged 



BAR 



Barnes, Kent, on a mount vert, a falcon, 
wings expanded arg., ducally gorg( 
beaked and legged or. 

Barnes, Herts and Lanes, an etoi 
pierced or. 164. 5 

Barnes of London, out of a cloud ppr., 
issuing rays paleways or, an arm 
erect vested of the second, holding in 
the hand, also ppr., a broken sword 
arg., hilt and pommel also or. 

cf. 210. 12 

Barnes, the late Alfred, of Ashgate Lodge, 
Chesterfield, Derbysh., in front of a 
cubit arm in armour the hand grasping 
a broken sword, all ppr., the wrist 
encircled by a wreath of oak or, five 
annulets interlaced and fessewise arg. 
Frangas non. fiectes. 

Barnes, Arthur Gorell, Esquire, of 
Tupton Hall, Chesterfield, same crest 
and motto. 

Barnes, Frederic Gorell, Esquire, J.P., 
DL., of Springfield, Hawkhurst, Kent, 
same crest and motto. 

Barnes, Hon. Sir John Gorell, K.C., of 14, 
Kensington Park Gardens, same crest 
and motto. 

Barnes of Brookside, Manchester, a cubit 
arm issuant from rocks ppr., habited 
chequy arg. and az., cuffed of the 
second, the hand grasping a broken 
sword ppr., and issuant from the rock 
behind the arm rays of the sun or. 
Dens noster re/ugium. 

Barnes, Captain Richard Knowles, R.N., 
on the embattlements of a tower gu., 
a wyvern az., gorged with a collar 
gemel or, the wings elevated of the last 
guttee-de-sang. 

Barnes, a demi-savage, wreathed about 
the head and loins, holding a club in 
pale, all ppr. 

Barnes, same crest. Nee timide, nee 
timere. 

Barnes, Robert, Esquire, upon a rock 
ppr., muzzled or, and resting the 
dexter fore-paw on a trefoil slipped 
vert. Fer fortiter. 

Barnes, Rev. George, M.A., of the 
Rectory, St. Albans, Wood Street, 
London, same crest and motto. 

Barnesfatber, see Bairnsfather. 

Barnesley, Staffs and Surrey, an old man's 
head affrontee, couped at the breast 
ppr., charged with a mullet for differ- 

Barnet, a holly-branch ppr. 150. 10 

Barnett, Bertram, Knighton Grange, 
near Chichester, out of a ducal crown 
or, a demi-bear sa., muzzled of the first. 

Barnett, Thomas, Esquire, of Knighton 
Grange, Aldingbourne, Chichester, out 
of a ducal coronet a bear's head 
muzzled. Nisi paret imperat. 

Barnett of Stratton Park, Biggleswade, 
Beds, a fleur-de-lis arg. 148- 2 

Barnevelt, a demi-buck gu. 119. 2 

Bamewall, Sir Reginald Aylmer John 
de Barne val, Bart., Ireland, 23, 
Cliveden Place, Eaton Square, S.W., 
from a plume of five ostrich-feathers 
or, gu., az.. vert, and arg., a falcon 
rising of the last. Malo mori quam 
feedari. 

Barnewell, Baron Trimlestown, Ireland, 
same crest and motto. 

Barnewall or Barnawelle of Stamford, 
Lines, a boar's head erased arg., 

3—2 



oile 



BAR 

gorged with a collar embattled gu., 
charged with three bezants, in front 
a double ring or. 
Barnewell of Cransley, Northamp., a 
wolf's head erased arg., gorged with 
collar raguly gu., charged with three 
bezants, in front a double ring or. 
Barnewell, Ireland, an arm from the 
elbow erect, vested, holding in the hand 
two branches of laurel in orle, with 
martlet perched between and on the 
hand. 205. 6 

Barney or Barney, Norf., a garb or. 

153- 2 

Barney, a hand in armour holding a 

pheou in pale ppr. 211. 7 

Barney, Park Hall, Norf., a plume of 

seven feathers alternately az. and gu., 

four at the bottom and three at the 

top. 

Barnfleld, Shropsh. and Devonsh., a 

lion's head erased sa., ducally crowned 

gu. c/. 18. 8 

Barnham, a crescent gu., between two 

branches of laurel in orle ppr. 

c/. 163. 10 
Barnham, Bart, {extiyict), Kent, a dragon's 
head arg., pellettee, between four 
dragon's brings sa., bezantee. 
Barns-Graham, see Graham. 
Barns, a garb or. Peace and plenty. 

153- 2 
Barns of Glasgow, a garb ppr., banded 
gu. Peace and plenty. 153-2 

Barns, Stephenson-, Colonel James, C.B., 
of Kirkhill : (i) A garb ppr., banded 
gu. {for Barns). 153. 2. (2) A dexter 
hand issuing out of a cloud, holding a 
laurel garland, all ppr. (for Stephenson), 
218. 9 ; and for a crest of augmenta- 
tion, a dexter arm in armour, issuing 
from a broken battlement, the hand 
holding a banner inscribed '" St. 
Sebastian." Peace and plenty. — Codum 
mm solum. 
Barns, a pellet. c/. 159. 14 

Barnsdale, issuant from rays of the sun 
or, an eagle's head and neck arg., 
beaked gu. 
Barnsley, a dragon passant arg., charged 
on the breast with a rose gu. cf. 7^. 2 
Barnsley, Shropsh., a man's head couped 
at the shoulders and affrontee ppr. 

cf. 190. 5 

Barnwell of Mileham Hall, and Beeston, 

Norf., a wolf's head erased arg., gorged 

with a collar raguly gu., charged with 

three bezants. Loyal au mort. 

cf. 30. II 
Barnwell, Turner-, of Bury St. Edmunds : 
(i) A wolf's head erased arg., gorged 
with a collar embattled and counter- 
embattled gu., charged \\'\t\x three 
bezants and chained or (for Barnwell). 
cf. 30. 1 1. (2) On a mount vert, a lion 
passant gardant arg., holding in his 
dexter paw a fer-de-moulin sa., and 
charged on the side with a fret gu. 
(for Tumor). Malo viori quam fcedari. 
cf. 6. 7 
Barnwell, a wolf statant regardant ppr. 

cf. 28. 12 

Barnwell, on a mount vert, a wolf statant 

regardant ppr. cf. 28. 12 

Baron of Bradwell, Essex, a garb vert, 

eared or. 153-2 

Baron (alias Barnes of London), cut of 

clouds ppr., issuing rays paleways or. 



36 

an arm erect, habited of the last, hold- 
ing in the hand ppr. a broken swoid 
arg., hilted of the second. 
Baron of Heywood, Lanes, a cubit arm 
in armour, the hand in a gauntlet 
grasping a tilting-spear erect ppr., 
suspended therefrom by a chain or, an 
escutcheon gu., charged with a mullet 
pierced, also or. 209. 12 

Baron of Preston, Scotland, a demi- 
eagle displayed sa. Alter ipse amicus. 
81. 6 
Baron, Cornw., a talbot's head couped 
or. 56. 12 

Baron or Barron, Scotland, on a mount 
vert, a pyramid ppr., environed with 
ivy. 179- 12 

Baronsdale of London, out of an antique 
eron-n or, a stork's head arg., beaked 
gu- 
Barough or Barrow, a lion passant az., 
resting his dexter paw on a ball or. 

cf. 6. 2 
Barr, a branch of laurel fructed ppr. 

151. II 

Barr, a lion's head erased gu., coUared 

or. Fortitudine. 18. 6 

Barr, an arm couped at the shoulder 

vested gu., embowed and lying fess- 

ways, the elbow resting upon the 

wreath, the hand towards the sinister 

holding a bow ppr. 204. 1 1 

Barr, a demi-savage, the head and loins 

wreathed with leaves, all ppr. 

cf. 185. 2 
Barran, Sir John, Bart., Chapel Allerton 
Hall, near Leeds, in front of a tower 
gu., charged with tlu-ee mascles inter- 
twined palewise, a lion's gamb fessp- 
wise erased or. Amor patriae. 234. 12 
Barrat or Barratt, a galley, her oars in 
saltier sa., the flags gu. 160. 10 

Barratt and Barrett, a wyvern ppr., 
coUared gu., chained or. cf. 70. I 

Barre or Barrey, an arm in armour, 
couped at the elbow in fesse, holding 
in the hand a sword in pale, ensigned 
with a Saracen's head affrontee. 

cf. 211. II 
Barreau, Jersey, a dexter hand in armour 
ppr., holding a passion-cross arg. In 
hoc signo vinces. 
Barrel or Barrell, Hcref., a talbot's head 
couped arg., eared gu. 56. 12 

Barrentine, see Barentine. 
Barret, a demi-unioorn arg., collared sa. 
48. 10 
Barrett-Lennard, see Lennard. 
Barrett, a human heart or, between two 
wings az. cf. no. 14 

Barrett-Hamilton, Samuel, Esquire. J.P., 
of Kilmannock, CO. Wexford, Ireland : 
(i) In front of two battle-axes in 
saltire an oak - tree fructed, all ppr., 
the trunk transfixed with a frame- 
saw or {for Hamilton). (2) A human 
heart gu., between two wings con- 
joined and expanded az., bezantee 
(for Barrett). Over the second crest, 
Vivit post funera virtus. Under the 
arms " Through." 
Barrett of Castle Barrett, Cork, a human 
heart or, between two wings conjoined 
sa., semee of etoiles or. In ujirigldiiess 
God tvill support us. 
Barrett of Barrett's Country, co. Cork, a 
demi-lion rampant sa., ducally crowned 
per pale arg. and gu. lo. 1 1 



BAR 

Barrett, Heref., a lion rampant or, 
holding between his paws an escallop 
sa. cf. I. 13 

Barrett of Lea Priory, Kent, a lion 
couchant arg., the dexter paw resting 
on a muUet sa. c/. 7. 5 

Barrett, Charles William Sessions, M.B., 
Argent Mead, Hinchley, Leics., a 
demi-uuicornarg., collared sa. Frangas 
nan flectes. 
Barrett of Aveley, Essex, a hydra with 
seven heads, the wings addorsed vert, 
scaled or. 73-3 

Barrett, Cambs, a griffin segreant re- 
gardant or, beaked, armed, and winged 
gu. cf. 62. 2 

Barrett, Warw., a griffin segreant re- 
gardant gu., the wings elevated or. 

cf. 62. 2 

Barrett, Louis Arthur, of Milton House, 

Berks, a wyvern, the wings erect or, 

collared and chained az. Honor, 

virtus, probitas. 

Barrett of Attleborough, Norf., a wyvern 

erm., coUared and chained sa., charged 

on the neck with an escallop of the 

last, the wings displayed. 

Barrett of Shortney, Notts, a nag's head 

erased per pale gu. and az., gorged 

with two bars arg. cf. 51. 4 

Barrett, Suff., a demi-greyhoimd arg., 

coUared and lined sa. cf. 60. 8 

Barrett, Suff., a helmet arg., garnished 

and plumed with feathers or. 

180. 4 
Barrett, on a globe a hawk, the wings 
expanded, aU ppr. 1 59. 7 

Barretto of London and Calcutta, out of 
a count's coronet a demi-tiger ppr., 
coUared with three barrulets, and hold- 
ing a star pagoda or. 
Barrey, see Barre. 
Barrie, Scotland, a demiotter sa. 

134. II 

Barriff, Northamp., on a mount vert, 

a beaver passant ppr., gorged with a 

plain collar and ring or. cf. 134. 4 

Barrifle, see Beriffe. 

Barrlngton of Barrington Hall, Essex, a 
Capuchin friar affrontee ppr., couped 
below the shoulders, vested paly arg- 
and gu., on the head a cap or. Totit 
ung durant ma vie. 192. 3 

Barrington, Sir Vincent Hunter Barring- 
ton Kennett, 57, Albert HaU Mansions, 
S.W. : (I) A hermit's head in profile 
couped below the shoulders ppr., 
vested paly of six gu. and or, the cowl 
thrown back (Barrington). (2) Between 
two branches of palm a dexter arm 
embowed in armour ppr., garnished or, 
charged mth an estoile gu., holding in 
the hand a helmet ppr. ( i ) Ung durant 
ma vie. (2) Audi alteram partem. 
Barrington, Rt. Hon. John, Lord Mayor 
of Dublin, 1864, of Glenvar, co. Dubhn, 
Ireland, on a WTcath of the colours a 
mural crown ppr., out of which a her- 
mit's bust in profile, vested paly arg. 
and gu., and having on the head a 
cowl, also paly arg. and gu. Honesta 
quam splendida. 
Barrington, Viscount (Barrington), a 
Capuchin friar couped at the breast 
in profile, the hair sa., vested paly of 
six arg. and gu., on the head a cap 
or, the cowl hanging behind paly 
as the last. Honesta quam splendida. 



BAR 

Barrington, Nicholas William, M.D., 
97, St, George's Road, Warwick 
Square, S.W., same crest and motto. 

Barrington, Charles George, Esquire, of 
13, Morpeth Mansions, Victoria Street, 
London, a Capuchin's bust in profile 
vested, with a cowl paly of six arg. and 
gu. Honesta quam splendida. 2i;i. i 

Barrington, Edward, Esquire, of Cam- 
panella, KiUiney, co. Dublin, crest as 
above, but issuing from a mural crown. 
Honesta quam splendida. 

Barrington, Jonathan Pirn, Esquire, of 
70, Adelaide Road, Dublin, same crest 
and motto. 

Barrington-White, James, Esquire, of 
Roxley Court, Hitchen, Herts, a crown 
vallary or, charged on the band with 
three pommes, issuing therefrom a 
demi-hermit, with the dexter arm 
elevated, vested paly gu. and arg., 
the hand ppr. grasping three roses 
gu. on one stem, slipped, barbed, and 
seeded ppr., on the head a cowl, also 
paly gu. and arg. Vng durant via vie. 
233-4 

Barrington, Sir Charles Burton, Bart., 
Ireland, out of a crown vallary or, a 
hermit's bust, vested paly of six arg. 
and gu., a cowl of the leist. Ung durant 
ma vie. 190. 9 

Barritt of Jamaica, a talbot's head per 

fosse arg. and erm., collared or, eared 

c/. 56. I 

Barron, Norf., a garb ppr. 153-2 

Barron, an eagle regardant, wings ex- 
panded, holding in the dexter claw a 
sword, all ppr. 77. 10 

Barron, Edward Jackson, F.S.A., 10, 
Endsleigh Street, Tavistock Square, 
W.C, same crest. Vigilans. 

Barron of Belmont House, Kilkenny, 
Ireland, a boar passant az. Fortuna 
juvat audaces. 40. 2 

Barron, Clarke Charles Netterville, of 
Hobons Street, Wellington, New 
Zealand, same crest and motto. 

Barron, Sir Henry Page Turner, Bart., 
C.M.G., of Glenanna and Barron Court, 
CO. Waterford : (i) A boar passant 
az., armed and crined or, langued gu., 
charged with a cross pattee of the 
second, cj. 40. 2. (2) A demi-lion 
rampant arg., langued gu. Audaces 
fortuna juvat. 

Barrow, Sir Francis Laurence John, Bart., 
on a mount vert, a squirrel sejant 
cracking a nut, all ppr., charged on the 
shoulder with an anchor. Parum 
sufficit. 

Barrow, Northamp., a demi-boar ram- 
pant or, charged with three billets 
between two bendlets sa. cf. 40. 13 

Barrow of Winthorpe, Norf., a stag's 
head couped arg. 121. 5 

Barrow, Suff., a hind's head arg. 124. i 

Barrow, a horse's head ppr., charged 
with three bezants. cf. 51. 4 

Barrow, the late John, Esquire, Meath- 
rop Hall, Westml. (present representa- 
tive, Mrs. Williams, Holme Island, 
Grange-over-Sands), a squirrel cracking 
a nut, all ppr. Confido in Deo. 135.7 

Barrow, Sir John Cioker, Bart., Lanes, 
on a mount vert, a squirrel sejant 
cracking a nut, all })pr., charged on 
the shoulder with an anchor. Parum 
sufficit. 245. 6 



37 

Barrow, John James, of Holmewood, 
Kent, on a perch ppr., a squirrel .sejant 
or, collared and chained az., cracking 
a nut ppr. Non jrustra 

Barrow, Bridgnian l.angdale. Esquire, of 
Sydnope Hall, near Matlock, same crest 
and motto. 

Barrow, John Burton, Esquire, of Ring- 
wood Hall, Chesterfield, co. Derbysh., 
same crest and motto. 

Barrow, George Martin, Esquire, of St. 
John's Green, Essex, upon a mount 
vert, a squirrel sejant ppr., gorged 
with a collar gemel or, holding a rose 
arg.. barbed, leaved, and slipped of 
the first. 

Barrow, Shropsh., a squirrel sejant gu., 
charged with a chevron or, cracking a 
nut ppr. cj. li'k. 7 

Barrow of Southwell, Lines, and Ring- 
wood Hall, Derbysh., on a perch ppr., 
a squirrel sejant or, coUared and 
chained, cracking a nut, all ppr. Non 

Barrow, Cambs, an ostrich-head erased 
arg., holding in the beak a key 
or. 

Barrow, Glouc, an Amazonian woman 
ppr. 

Barrow, Lansdowne Grove, Bath, a demi- 
bear sa., semee-de-lis arg., muzzled or, 
holding in the dexter paw an arrow, 
point downwards ppr. 

Barrow, Alfred, Esquire, of London, 
issuaut out of clouds a dexter arm 
embowed in armour ppr., garnished or, 
the hand also ppr., holding a bugle- 
hoin sa., stringed vert, above the hand 
a fleur-de-lis of the second. 

Barrow, Ireland, on a mural coronet or, 
a dove holding in its beak an olive- 
branch ppr. ef. 92. 5 

Barrowcourt, Somers., out of a wreath 

of laurel vert, a demi-bull rampant or. 

cf. 45- 12 

Barrowe, a demi-lion rampant arg., hold- 
ing in the dexter paw a cross crosslet 
fitchedsa. 11. 10 

Barrowman, Scotland, a demi-huntsman 
firing a gun, all ppr. 187. 2 

Barrs, Staffs, upon a mount vert, in front 
of a gate or, the trunk of an oak-tree 
eradicated and sprouting towards the 
dexter ppr. 

Barrs-Haden, of High Court, Staffs: (i) 
In front of a cubit arm in armour, the 
hand grasping an aiTOw in bend sinister, 
a morion, all ppr. (for Iladen). (2) Upon 
a mount vert, in front of a gate or, 
the trunk of an oak-tree eradicated 
and sprouting towards the dexter ppr. 
(for Barrs). Disce pati. 

Barry, Rt. Hon. Charles Robert, of 3, 
Fitzwilliam Square. East Dublin, a 
castle arg., and issuing from the battle- 
ments a wolf's head gu. Bouiez en 
avant. cf. 254. 6 



Barry of Ballyclough, Ireland, same crest. 

Boutez en avant. 
Barry, Bart., Ireland, same crest and 

motto. 
Barry, Standish-, Henry Arthur Bruno 

Robert, of Lemlara, Carrigtwohill, 

Cork, same crest and motto. 
Barry, Sir Francis Tress, Bart., i. South 

Audley Street, W., issuant from a 

castle with two towers arg., a wolf's 

head sa., holding in the mouth a trefoil 



BAR 



vert, between four roses, two 
on either side gu., stalked and leaved 
ppr. Boutez en aiant. 234. 8 

Barry, James Grene, Esquire, J.P., D.L., 
of Sandville House, Ballyneety, co. 
Limerick, out of a castle arg., charged 
with a crescent az., a wolf's head sa. 
Boutez en avant. 

Barry, Devonsh., a wolf's head sa., 
charged with a crescent or. 

cf. 30. 5 

Barry of Winscot, Devonsh., a wolf's 
head erased sa. 30. 8 

Barry of Dublin, a wolf's head couped 
sa. 30. 5 

Barry, Ireland, on a ducal coronet or, a 
wolf's head erased gu., collared of the 
first. Regi legi fidelis. cf. 30. 1 1 

Barry, a lion's head erased gu., collared 
or. Fortitudine. 18. 6 

Barry of Stanley House, London Road, 
Forest Hill, S.E., a gryphon gu., wings 
elevated and addorsed barry of six or 
and az., in its beak a rose arg., leaved 
and slipped ppr., resting the dexter 
claw on a portcuUis with chains sa. 
Boutez en avant. 

Barry, a griffin's head erased per bend 
sinister vair and arg., gorged with a 
plain collar gu., charged with two 
mullets or. 

Barry of Roclaveston, Notts, the em- 
battlement of a tower on a bar fesse- 
wise gu., charged with three roses in 
fess arg. A rege et victoria. 

Barry, Otter-, of Emperor's Gate, London : 
(I) The embattlements of a tower gu., 
charged with three roses in fesse arg. 
(for Barry). (2) Two crosses pattee, 
and resting thereon a crescent, all or. 
(for Otter). 163. 8 

Barry, see Bmy-Barry. 

Barrymore, Earl, extinct, out of a castle 

with two towers arg., a wolf's head sa. 

cf. 254. 6 

Barrymore, Baron (Smith Barry, P.C), 
a castle arg.. issuant from the battle- 
ments thereof a wolf's head sa., charged 
with a cross pattee fitchee or. Boutez 
en avant. 254. 6 

Barsane or Bartane, a raven rising ppr. 
His securitas. 107. 3 

Barsham, Norf., a garb lying in fess. 

153. 6 

Barstow, John Jeremiah Jackson, of 
The Lodge, Weston-super-Mare, and 
Rossmoor,' Yorks : (i) In front of a 
horse's head arg., collared gemel sa., 
an increscent and a decrescent of the 
last. 270. 9. (2) In front of two trees 
ppr., a jackdaw, standing on a demi- 
Catherine-wheel, both sa. Nil des- 
perandum auspice Deo. 270. 10 

Bartan, Bartane, or Bartain, Scotland, a 
tent az., the flag gu. 158. 7 

Bartane, see Barsane. 

Bartelot, Rev. Richard Grosvenor, 
Chiu-ch House, Salisbury, a demi- 
eagle or, wings elevated az., pendent 
from the beak an escutcheon arg., 
charged with a cross patee fitchee gu. 
Sapiens incipit a fine. 
irtelott, a peacock arg. 103. 7 

Bartelott, Smyth-, Sussex, a swan couch- 
g., the mugs expanded. 

Barthelet of London, out of a ducal 
coronet arg., two serpents endorsed az., 
scaled or, their tails coming up in 



BAR 

saltire under their throats, the ends 
entering into their ears, langued and 
armed gu. 

Bartholomew, see Bartolomew. 

Bartholomew, E. Urquhart, Lieutenant, 
of Cransbrook, Lansdowne Road, Alder 
shot, a demi-goat rampant arg., gorged 
with a wreath of laurel vert. / conqu 
by the wound. 302. lo 

Bartholomew of Glasgow, a demi-goat 
saliant sa., gorged with a wreath of 
laurel ppr. Ad alia. 302. 10 

Bartlet, Rev. John Moysey de Ludbroke, 
of Ludbroke Manor, Devonsh., in front 
of a demi-swau, wings elevated arg. 
semee of crescents, and gorged with i 
collar indented gu., five roses fesse 
wise of the last, barbed and seeded 
ppr. Mature. 

Bartlett of Weston in Bransconibe, 
Devonsh., a demi-gritfin sa., collared 
gemel arg., holding a cinquefoil of the 
second. 

Bartlett, Sir Ellis Ashmead, M.P., in 
front of a tower ppr., a demi-swan, 
wings elevated arg., collared sa. 
Mature. 100. I 

Bartlett-Burdett-Coutts, William Lehman 
Ashmead, Esquire, Holly Lodge, High- 
gate : ( I ) A man from the middle 
shooting an arrow from a bow, all 
ppr., charged for distinction with a 
cross crosslet or (/or Couits). 247. 1 1. 
(2) A lion's head erased sa., charged 
for distinction with a cross crosslet 
or (lor Burdett). 247. 10. (3) In front 
of a tower ppr., a demi-swan, wings 
elevated arg., collared sa. {for Bartlett). 
247. 12 

Bartlett, a demi-eagle or, wings elevated 
az., pendent from the beak an escut- 
cheon arg., charged with a cross 
pattee fitchee gu. Sapiens incipit a 
fine. 

Bartlett, Rev. Robert Leach, of Thur- 
loxton Rectory,|Tauuton, and Swanage, 
Dorset, same crest and motto. 

Bartlett, Charles Leftwich Oldfield, Es- 
quire, of Burton House, Sherborne, 
Dorset, same crest and motto. 

Bartlett, late John Adams, Esquire, of 
Lytnon, Mossley Hill Road, Liverpool, 
on a mount vert, a moorcock sa., 
combed and wattled gu., holding in 
the beak an ear of wheat leaved and 
slipped ppr., resting the dexter claw 
on a crescent gu. Deo favente cresco. 
89. 2 

Bartlett, Thomas, Esquire, of 12, Pem- 
broke Place, Liverpool, same crest and 
motto. 

Bartlett, William, Esquire, of Highfield 
House, Knotty Ash, Liverpool, same 
cregt and motto. 

Bartlett, WiUiam, Esquire, of 12, Pem- 
broke Place, Liverpool, same crest and 
motto. 

Bartley of London, a lion passant, tail 
extended ppr. Candide et secure. 

1;. II 

Bartolomew or Bartholomew of Rochester, 
a demi-goat arg., gorged with a 
chaplet of laurel vert. cf. 129. 10 

Bartolozzj, on a mount a poplar-tree, all 
ppr. Lahore et prudentia. 144.121 

Barton, Scotland, see Bartan. 

Barton, a wolf's head erased erm. 30. 8 

Barton, a wolf's head erased or. 30. 8 I 



38 

Barton of Barton, Lanes, a boar's head 

couped gu. 43- i 

Barton, John, Esquire, J.P., Trentham, 

Wellington, New Zealand, same crest. 

Nisi Dominus frustra. 
Barton, Baptist Johnstone, Esquire, 

J. P., of Greenfort, Letterkenny, co. 

Donegal, a boar's head gu. Vis forti- 

hus arma. 
Barton, Nathaniel, Esquire, J.P., of 

Straffan House, co. Kildare, Ireland, a 

boar's head erased ppr. Fide el fo/rti- 

tvdine. 42. 2 

Barton, Dunbar Plunkett, Esquire, of 

13, Clare Street, Dublin, same crest 

and motto. 
Barton, William Henry Hugh, Esquu-e, of 

Hereford Villa, Bronsford Road, Worcs., 

same crest and motto. 
Barton of Grove, co. Tipperary, Ireland, 

a boar's head gu. Quod ero spero. 43. i 
Barton of CloneUy, co. Fermanagh, 

Ireland, same crest and motto. 
Barton of Rochestown, Cahir, same crest 

and motto. 
Barton of Glendalough, co. Wicklow, 

Ireland, same crest. Fide et fortitu- 

dine. 
Barton, Ireland, a boar's head erased 

ppr. Fide et /ortitudine. 42. 2 

Barton, a dragon's head couped and 

crowned or. 
Barton, Norf., a dragon's head couped 

or. 71. I 

Barton of Threxton House, Norf., a 

griflin's head erased ppr. Fortis est 

Veritas. 66. 2 

Barton of Edinburgh, a raven rising sa. 

His securitas. 107. 3 

Barton, Charles Steventon, i, Calverley 

Park, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, an owl 

ppr. Fortis et Veritas. 96. 5 

Barton, an owl arg., ducally gorged or. 

cf. 96. 5 
Barton, Everard William, of Warstone 

House, Bewdley, on a mount vert, an 

owl arg., between two acorns slipped 

and leaved ppr. I byde mij time. 253.1 
Barton, Charles Tom, Esquire, of the 

Hill, Wolverley, Worcs., same crest 

and motto. 
Barton, Lanes, an acorn or, leaved vert. 
152. I 
Barton, James Herbert Cooper, M.A., 

Solicitor, Cleveland House, Belle Vue, 

Shrewsbury, an acorn leaved and 

slipped ppr. 
Barton of Stapleton Park, an acorn ppr., 

fructed or, with a leaf on either side. 
Crescitur cultu. 
Barton, Yorks, issuant from a mount 

vert an acorn ppr., fructed or, with 

a leaf on either side vert, each charged 

with a martlet, also or. Crescitur 

cultu. 152. I 

Barton of SmithiUs, Manchester, an acorn 

or, leaved vert. 152. i 

Bartram, Cumb. , an arm embowed, holding 

in the hand a scimitar, all ppr., 201. i 

Barttelot, Sir Walter, Bart., of Stopham 

House, Sussex: (i) A swan couchant 

arg., wings expanded and addorsed. 

247. I. (2) A castle with three tiu-rets 

sa. Mature. cf. 155. 8 

Barttelot, Brian Barttelot, Esquire, of 

Ditton, Torquay, Devonsh., a swan 

couchant with wings endorsed arg. 

Mature. 247. i 



BAS 

Barwell, a talbot passant. 54 ? 

Barwell, a demi-wolf salient erm. 32. 2 

Barwell, a demi-lady holding in her 
dexter hand a garland of laurel ppr. 

183- 5 

Barwell of Norwich, an antelope's head 
erased arg., attired or. 126. 2 

Barwell of Witham, a greyhound's head 
erased arg., collared or. cf. 61. 2 

Barwick, Northumb., on a mount vert a 
stag or, attired sa. 117. i 

Barwicke, Essex, an escarbuncle, the 
centre az. and the rays arg. 164. 12 

Barwis of Langrigg, Cumb., and Yorks, 
a bear muzzled. Bear and forbear. 

cf. 34- I 

Barwis of Iselekirk, Cumb., a hand cut- 
ting an ostrich-feather with a scimitar 
in saltire. cf. 213. 7 

Barwise, William, M.D., Scarisbrick 
Road. Southport, a bear statant ppr., 
muzzled and chained. Sustine et 
abstine. 

Bary, see De Bary. 

Barzey of Shrewsbury, a squirrel sejant 
ppr., cracking a nut or. 135-7 

BasceiUy, a torteau charged with a pale 
indented or. 159. 6 

Basevi of Hove, Sussex, a buck's head 
erased ppr. 121. 2 

Bashe, Herts and Heref., a griffin 
segreant per pale arg. and sa., gorged 
with a plain collar counterchanged, 
holding in the beak a broken spear. 

cf. 62. 2 

Basier or Basire, a hand ppr., holding a 
buclde or. 223. 11 

Basing, Baron (Sclater-Booth), out of a 
ducal coronet or, a demi-eagle displayed 
sa., holding in the beak a crescent of the 
first. Et /XT) €f Tui (TTovpCj. 

Baskcomb of Chiselhurst, Kent, a talbot's 
head couped gu., charged on the neck 
with a cinquefoil erm. Forti et fideli 
nihil difficile. cf. 56. 12 

Baskenford, a sword and an ear of wheat 
bladed in saltier, all ppr. Armis et 
diligentia. 154. 11 

Baskerville, John, Esquire, of Cro'wsley 
Park, Henley-on-Thames, Oxford, a 
wolf's head erased or, pierced through 
the mouth by a broken spear in bend 
sinister point upwards arg., imbrued 
gu., and staff broken gold. Spero ut 
fidclis. 

Baskerville, Mynors-, Ralph Hopton, Es- 
quire, of Clyro Court, near Hay, same 
crest and motto. 

Baskervile and Baskerville, Heref. and 
Warw., a Uon's head pierced through 
the mouth with a spear. 

Baskerville, Heref. and Warw., a wolf's 
head erased arg., holding in the mouth 
an arrow, the point downwards. 

Baskerville, Wilts, a wolf's head erased 
or, in the mouth a broken spear 
of the same, headed arg., embrued 
gu- 

Baskerville, a wolf's head erased arg., 
holding in the mouth a standard, 
thereon a flag. 

Baskerville, Chesh., a forester vested 
vert, edgings or, holding over his 
dexter shoulder a crossbow of the last, 
in the other hand in a leash a hound 
passant arg. 
Baskerville, a sheaf of rosemary ppr. 
Baskervill-Glegg, see Glegg. 



BAS 

Basket or Baskett, of Isle of Wight and 
Dorset, a demi-lion or. lo. 2 

Baskin of Ord, Scotland, a sword and a 
stalk of wheat in saltier, all ppr. Armis 
cf diligentia. 154. II 

Basnet, on a mount covered with long 
grass, an oak-tree, all ppr. 143. 14 

Basnett, formerly of the Cloughs, New- 
castle-under-Lyne, an arm in armour 
einbowed, holding in the hand a 
cutlass, all ppr. cf. 196. 10 

Baspoole of Beston, Norf., out of a ducal 
coronet or, a stag's head erm., attired 
of the first, wreathed about the neck 
arg. and sa., and tied behind with two 
bows. cj. 120. 7 

Basquer of Isle of Wight, Hants, out of 

a mural coronet gu., a griffin's head or. 

67. 10 

Bass, out of a ducal coronet, two wings, 
all ppr. 109. 8 

Bass, of CuTzon Street. Mayfair, London, 
W., out of a mural crown gu., masoned 
arg., a demi-greyhound issuant, holding 
in the mouth a rose with two leaves, 
all ppr. 

Bass, Baron Burton, see Burton. 

Bass, Staffs, a demi-lion gu., resting the 
sinister paw on a plate charged with a 
ileur-de-lis az., on the shoulder three 
annulets, two and one, arg. Basis vir- 
tutum constantia. 13. 11 

Bassano, a silkworm moth ppr. 

Bassano, Alfred HiU, Esquire, of Heydon- 
holme. Old Hill, same crest. Gralio 
iios dirigc. 

Bassano, Walter, Esquire, of Heydon 
Cross, Old Hill, same crest and motto. 

Basse, a demi-lion gu., resting his sinister 
paw on an oval shield in cartouch or, 
charged with a fleur-de-lis az. 

Basset, Arthur Francis, of Tehidy, 
Cornw., a unicorn's head couped arg., 
horned, maned, and tufted or. Pro 
Eege e( popido. 

Basset, a unicorn's head couped arg., 

armed and maned or charged with two 

bars dancettee gu. Pro rege et popnlo. 

cf. 49- 9 

Basset, Charles Henry, Esquire, of Pilton 
House, Barnstaple, and of Umberleigh, 
Devonsh., a unicorn's head couped arg., 
armed and crined or, charged on the 
neck with two bars indented gu., and 
for distinction with a cross crosslet of 
the same. Pro rege et populo. 49. 9 

Basset, of Watermouth, Hfracombe, and 
Umberleigh, Esses: (i) A unicorn's 
head couped arg., armed and crined 
or, charged on the neck with two 
bars, indented gu. (for Basset), cf. 
49. 9. (2) On a mount vert, a lamb 
passant arg., in the mouth a sprig 
of cinquefoil gu., slipped also vert {for 
Davie). cf. 131. 9 

Basset and Bassett, a griffin segreaut sa., 
semee-de-lis or, collared and chained 
of the last. cf. 62. 2 

Basset and Bassett, Glouc, a falcon with 
wings displayed arg. cf. 87. 12 

Basset, William Richard Basset, of 
Beaupre, Cowbridge, Glamorgansh. , a 
stag's head cabossed, and between the 
attires a cross fitchee arg. Gwell 
angau na chywilydd. cf. 122. 5 

Bassett, Lord Bassett of Drayton, out of 
a ducal coronet or, a boar's head az., 
tusked of the first. 41. 4 



39 

Bassett, George Forbes, M.A., Basset 
Mount, Basset, Southampton, a stag's 
head caboshed, and between the attires 
a cross pattee fitchee arg. Cwell angau 
na chijvnlydd. 

Bassett, Ralph Thurston. Esquire, of 
Crossways, Cowbridge, Glamorgansh., 
same crest and motto. 

Bassett, Alfred Barnard, of Fledborough 
Hall, Holyport, Berks, a boar's head 
erased or, gorged with a riband gu., 
suspending an escutcheon of the last 
charged with a bugle horn of the first. 
In ardius fortitudo. 250. 14 

Bassett or Basset of Langley, Derbysh., 
out of a ducal coronet or, a boar's 
head gu. 41-4 

Bassett of Womberly, Devonsh., a uni- 
corn's head arg., charged with two bars 
dancettee gu. Pro rege et populo. 

cf. 49. 9 

Bassingborne, out of a ducal coronet or, 
a bull's head gu., ducally crowned of 
the first. cf. 44. 1 1 

Bassinges, three roses gu., stalked and 
leaved vert, issuing from the wreath. 

149. 12 

Bastable, a griffin's head couped gu., 
between two wings erect or. Eegardez 
mart. 65. 11 

Bastard of AsUngton, Norf., an elephant's 
head, per chevron or and sa., eared of 
the last. 133. 2 

Bastard, an arm in armour embowed, 
grasping a dagger ppr. 195. 4 

Bastard, Baldwin John PoUexfen, of 
Kitley and Buckland Court, Devonsh., 
a dexter arm in armour embowed ppr., 
garnished or, the hand gauntleted 
grasping a sword in bend sinister, 
point do«-nward, also ppr., hilt and 
pommel of the second. Pax potior 
bello. cf. 195. 6 

Bastard, William Edmund Pollexfen, 
Esquire, of Lynham, Yealmpton, 
Devonsh., same crest and motto. 

Bastard, Rev. William PoUexfen, of 
Coffiete, Torquay, same crest and 
motto. 

Basto, a horse's head couped arg. 

cf. 50. 13 

Batchelor or Batchellor, a leg erased 
above the knee ppr. 193. 10 

Bate, Thomas, Esquire, of Kelsterton, 
Flint, North Wales, in front of a stag's 
head couped arg., attired or, pierced in 
the neck by an arrow in bend, point 
downwards ppr., a hand couped at 
the wTist fessewise, also or. Live to 
live. 237. 2 

Bate, Yorks, a stag's head arg., attired 
or, vulned through the neck with an 
arrow of the second, feathered and 
headed of the first. 

Bate, a bull's head couped erm., armed 
or. cf. 44. 3 

Bate, Derbysh., a cross pattee. 165. 7 

Bate of Ashby-de-la-Zouch, Leics., a 
dexter hand apaumee. Dieu et ma 
tnain droite. 222. 14 

Bateman, Baron (Bateman-Hanbury), see 
Hanbury. 

Bateman, see Jones-Bateman. 

Bateman, Sir Frederick, of Upper St. 
Giles, Norwich, a crescent. Principiis 
obsta. 

Bateman of Hartington Hall and Bread- 
sail Mount, Derbysh., out of a crescent 



BAT 

or, an etoile gu., between two eagles' 

wings of the first. Sidus adsit amicv.m. 

112. 8 

Bateman, Sir Alfred Edmund, K.C.M.G., 
of Woodhouse, Wimbledon Park, same 
crest and motto. 

Bateman, Frederick Osborne Fitzherbert, 
Esquire, of Hartington Hall and Bread- 
sail Mount, Derbysh., same crest and 
motto. 

Bateman, Hugh Alleyne Sacheverell, 
Esquire, of Etwall, Derbysh., san-,e 
crest. Virtus ad sidera. 

Bateman, Hugh Osborne, Esquire, same 
crest. Sidus adsit amicum. 

Bateman, Rev. John Fitzherbert, of 
119, Fordwych Road, West Hamp- 
stead, N.W., same crest and motto. 

Bateman of Middleton, Derbysh., same 
crest. 

Bateman, an increscent arg., between two 
wings, the dexter arg., the sinister gu. 

Bateman, Derbysh., out of a crescent or, 
an etoile gu. 163. 4 

Bateman, a Muscovy duck's head couped, 
between two wings erect, expanded, all 
ppr. Sec prece, nee pretio. 

Bateman of Whitechapel, Middx., out of 
a mural coronet arg., an eagle rising 
with a garland in its beak ppr. 

Bateman of Knypersley, Staffs, and 
Tolson Hall, Westml., a tower arg., 
issuant therefrom a demi-eagle, wings 
elevated sa., charged on the breast with 
the chemical character of Mars or, 
and holding in the beak a wreath 
of oak ppr. 

Bateman, John, Esquire, of Moveron's 
Manor and Brighthngsea, Essex, same 
crest. 

Bateman, Robert, Esquire, of Benthall 
Hall, Broseley, Shropsh., same crest. 

Bateman, Rev. Rowland, M.A., of 
Narowal, Punjab, India, same crest. 

Bateman, La Trobe-, Rev. William Fair- 
bairn, Ascot Rectory: (i) In fiont of 
an eagle's head or, a crescent sur- 
mounted by a mullet gu., between 
two wings, also or, each charged with 
an escallop az. {for Bateman). 252. 14. 
(2) Out of clouds a dexter cubit arm 
ppr., the hand grasping an anchor 
fesseways or (for La Trobc). Tutto si 
fa. — Sidus adsit amicum. 

Bateman of Oak Park, Kerry, a pheasant 
ppr. Nee prece, nee pretio. cf. 90. 8 

Bateman of Bartholey, Monm., same 
crest and motto. 

Bates, Sir Edward Bertram, Bart., J.P., 
a stag's head erased az., attired or, 
charged on the neck with two quatre- 
foils in pale, and pierced by as many 
arrows in saltire or. Lahore et virtute. 
,120. 6 

Bates, a lion's head erased gu. 17. 2 

Bates, Yorks, a demi-lion rampant, hold- 
ing in the dexter paw a thistle and in 
the sinister a fleur-de-lis, all ppr. 

13. 12 

Bates, late Cadwallader John, of Langley 
Castle, Northumb., in front of a swan's 
head couped arg., the neck charged 
with six barrulets az., five fleurs-de-lis, 
alternately or and gu. Virtvtis comes 
invidia. 241 . 4 

Bates, a dexter hand apaumee couped 
ppr. Cor et manxts concordant. 

222. 14 



BAT 

Bates of Walsingham, Durham, an arm 
in armour embowed, the hand grasping 
a sword, the point to the dexter, all 
ppr. Ernst und ireu. 195-4 

Bates of Milboume Hall, Northumb., a 
naked man holding in his dexter hand 
a willow -wand ppr. Et mano et 
corde. 

Bates, William R., Esquire, of Liverpool, 
on a mount vert, a savage wTeathed 
about the waist with oak, and holding 
in the dexter hand three arrows con- 
joined, two in saltire and one in pale, 
points upwards, all ppr. 

Bates of Denton, Sussex, an arm in 
armour embowed, holding a truncheon. 
Manii et corde. 

Bates, Henry Stratton, Esquire, J.P., 
same crest and motto. 

Bateson, Bart., Baron Deramore, see 
Deramore. 

Bateson, Antrim, Ireland, a bat's wing 
sa. Probitas verus honos. 137. 10 

Bath, Marquess Ol (Thj-nne), a reindeer 
statant or, collared sa. J'ai bonne 
cause. cj. 125. 9 

Bath, a wolf's head sa., holding in the 
mouth a rose shpped ppr. 29. 7 

Bath, Edward Henry, of Alltyferin, 
Carmarthensh., D L. and J. P. for that 
CO., High Sheriff 1S92, a wolf's head 
erased sa., gorged with a collar vair, 
holding in the mouth a rose gu., 
shpped and leaved ppr. He conquers 
who endures. 295 . 1 1 

Bath, Ireland, a lion rampant arg., sup- 
porting in the paws a sword of the first 
pommel and hilt or. 

Bather, a falcon close ppr., belled or. Vt 
vivas vigila. 85. 2 

Batherne, of Penhow, Monm., out of 
rushes a demi-swan rising ppr. 

Bathgate, Scotland, a bee volant ppr. 
Vive ut vivas. 137. 2 

Bathurst, Bart., of Leachlade, Glouc. 
{c.rlinr'). on a mount vert, a bay horse 
statant. cf. 52. 5 

Bathurst, Charles, Lydney Park, Glouc, 
a dexter arm in armour embowed, 
holding in the hand, all ppr., club with 
spikes or. Tien ta jot/. 231. 2 

Bathurst, Ven. Frederick, Archdeacon 
of Bedford, of Holwell Rectory, 
Hitchin, same crest and motto. 

Bathurst, see Harvey-Bathurst. 

Bathurst, Earl (Bathurst), a dexter arm 

in mail embowed, holding in the hand, 

all ppr., a spiked club or. Tien ta foy. 

231. 2 

Bathurst, Hervey-, Sir Frederick Edward 
William, Bart. : (i) A dexter arm in 
mail embowed, holding in the hand 
ppr. a club spiked or (for Bathurst). 
231. 2. (2) A leopard sa., bezantee, 
coUared and lined or, holding in the 
dexter paw a trefoil slipped vert {for 
Hervey). Tien ta fay. — Je n'oublicray 
jamais. 254. 12 

Bathurst, Isle of Wight, a dexter arm in 

mail-armour, embowed ppr., charged 

with an annulet or, and holding in the 

hand, also ppr., a club with spikes or. 

cj. 199. 2 

Bathurst, a tiger holding in the dexter paw 
a fleur-de-lis ppr. 

Batle;, Yorka; a demi-lion rampant gu., 
holding between the paws a bezant. 

II. 7 



Batley, Battley, Battaley, or Batteley, a 

castle double-towered, weeds growing 
round the sinister tower ppr. 

cj. 155. 6 

Batnymersh, a dexter arm in armour, 
holding in the hand ppr. a baton sa , 
tipped arg. 

Batt, E.-iquire. J.P., D.L., of Purdysburn, 
CO. Down, and Ozier Hill, co. Wexford, 
Ireland, a crescent arg., charged with 
an escallop gu. Virtute et valore. 

cj. 163. 2 

Batt, Thomas Edmond, Esquire, of 
RathmuUan House, co. Donegal, a 
crescent arg., charged with an escallop 
gu. Virtute et valore. 

Batt, Hackney, a wolf passant ppr. 

28. 10 

Batt, see Baett. 

Batt, Middx., a demi-lion or, guttee-de- 
sang, holding between the paws a 
marshal's staff in pale or, tipped sa. 

cj. 15. 9 

Batt, Berks and Yorks, a demi-lion 
guttee-de-sang, holding between the 
paws a raiU-rind sa., banded or. 
Domimis a dextris. 

Battayll or Battaille, out of an antique 
crown or, a dexter cubit arm ppr., 
holding a cross crosslet fitched in pale 
gu- 

Batten, Chisholm-, James Forbes Chis- 
holm, Esquire, of Thornfalcon, near 
Taunton, and Kirkhill, R.S.O. , Inver- 
nesshire, in front of the stump of an 
oak-tree, sprouting on either side ppr., 
three roses arg., barbed and seeded, 
also ppr. (jor Batten). 233. 10. (2) A 
dexter hand holding a dagger erect 
ppr., on the point a boar's head erased 
or. Feros jerio {jor Chisholm). 

Batten, a hand couped in fess, charged 
with an eye. 221. 4 

Batten of Yeovil, Somers. : (i) The 
trunk of an oak-tree couped at the top, 
issuing from towards the top two 
branches, all ppr. (2) A sea-lion 
erect, holding in the paws an anchor, 
all ppr. cj. 20. 3 

Batten, George B., M.D., 2, Underbill 
Road, Lordship Lane, Dulwich, S.E., 
a dexter cubit arm issuing in bend 
grasping a battle-axe in bend sinister. 

Batten, Henry Butler, Esquire, of Aldon, 
Yeovil, Somers., in front of the stump 
of an oak-tree, sprouting on either side 
ppr., three roses arg., barbed and 
seeded ppr. Tcnax propositi persto. 

Batten, Herbert Gary George, Esquire, 
of Fairlee, Isle of Wight, Keyford, 
Yeovil, same crest and motto. 

Batten, Herbert Phelips, Esquire, of 
Lufton Manor, near Yeovil. Somers., 
same crest and motto. 

Batten, John Mount, Esquire, Upcerne 
House, Dorchester, same crest. Hold 
jast. 

Batten, John, F.S.A., of Aldon, Somers., 
out of a ducal coronet a camel's head 
az., gorged with a wreath of roses or. 

Batten, Clifford, Esquire, of Mussoorie. 
United Provinces, India, a dexter 
arm in armour embowed holding in 
the hand a battle-axe fessewise. all 
ppr. Fortiter. 292. 8 

Battersbee and Battersby, a ram passant 
erm., armed and ungu. or. cj. 129. 5 



BAW 



Ireland, a ram passant erm., 
armed and ungu. or. Ante honorem 
humilitas. cj. 129. 5 

Battersby, Worsley, Esquire, of Stanna- 
naughts. Lanes, Cleveland, Somers., 
and of 72, Onslow Gardens, London, 
on a wreath of the colours a ram arg., 
armed or, charged on the body with 
two trefoils slipped vert, resting the 
dexter foreleg on a lozenge sa. Lahore 
vinces. cj. 131. 10 

Battersea, Baron (Flower), issuant out of 

clouds, a cubit arm erect ppr., the 

hand holding a rose and a lily arg., 

each slipped vert. Flores curat Dens. 

257- 5 

Battle, Wadsworth, Yorks, a stork with 
a fish in its beak, all ppr. 

Battle, a kingfisher ppr. cj. 96. 9 

Battle, a kingfisher ppr., ducally gorged 
and chained or, holding in its beak a 
fish arg. cj. 96. 9 

Battle- Wrightson of Cusworth Park, Don- 
caster, upon a rock ppr., a unicorn 
rampant arg., resting the sinister fore- 
leg on an escutcheon or, charged with 
a griffin's head erased az. 237. 4 

Battlne, a demi-Bengal artilleryman 
habited, holding in the dexter hand 
a flagstaff ppr., therefrom flowing to 
the sinister a barmer gu., inscribed 
" Bhurtpore " in letters of gold. 

Battye-Trevor, Charles Edmund Augus- 
tine Trevor, Esquire : (l) Upon a club 
fesseways ppr., a stork arg., collared 
and lined sa., holding in the beak a 
roach ppr. (jor Battye). (2) On a 
mount vert, the trunk of an oak-tree, 
a branch sprouting from its dexter 
side, acorned ppr., upon the trunk a 
wyvern, tail nowed sa., wings elevated 
erminois {jor Trevor). Ducat amor 
Dei. 

Baud and Baude, a lion's head gardant, 
erased gu., ducallv crowned or. 

cj. 18. II 

Baugh, Oxon., Glouc, and Shropsh., on 
a ducal coronet or, a talbot sejant sa. 

cj. 55. 2 

Baumfield, see Bamfield. 

Baumfield, Cornw., and Devonsh. a hon 
statant gardant, holding in the dexter 
paw an anchor, the flukes resting on 
the wreath. 5. 10 

Baumtord, see Bamford. 

Baumford, Donington, Ijncs, on a 
chapeau a serpent nowed. 142. 9 

Baunceford, a lion rampant. i. 13 

Bausefield and BausQeld, out of a ducal 
coronet or, a griffin's head ppr. 

67. 9 

Bavand, Chesh., a boar's head or, pierced 
in the mouth with an arrow arg. 

Bavant, Chester, on a chapeau gu., 
turned up erm., a boar's head couped 
sa., armed and langued gu. 42. 5 

Bavent, Norf., a sheaf of six arrows in 
saltier sa., feathered arg., barbed or, 
banded gu. 173. 13 

Bawde of Curringham, Essex and Beds, 
a satyr's head in profile sa., with wings 
to the side of the head or, the tongue 
hanging out gu. 190. 6 

Bawdewyh or Bawdwen, a sceptre in pale 
or. 170. 10 

Bawie, an arm embowed, vested gn., 
cuffed or, holding in the hand ppr. a 
branch of laurel vert. 



BAW 



BEA 



Bawtre or Bawtree, Cambs, a lion's head 

erased gu. '7- ^ 

Bawtre, a goat's head erased arg. L-°- 5 

Bax, Alfred Ridley, Esquire, of lyy Bank, 

Haverstock Hill, Hampstead, N.\^, 

two arras embowed, vested sa., cutis 

arg., the hands ppr., holding a lyre or. 

Vtnis d tiddis. ^ ^ , 

Baxendale, Joseph WiUiam, of Hursley 

Park, Hants, issuant from a mount 

a fir-tree ppr., between four trefoils, 

slipped two on either side vert. 

Bax-Ironside, Henry George Outram, 

Esquire, of Heronden House, tastry, 

Kent : (1) A cubit arm vest«d per pale 

az. and gu., cuff arg., the hand ppr., 

holding a cross flory or {for Ironside). 

(2) A demi-lion gu., charged on the 

shoulder with three cinquefoils arg., 

holding between the paws an Eastern 

crown or (lor Bax). In hoc signo 

vinces ; Cavendo tutus. 

Baxter, the late Rt. Hon. W. E of 

Kincaldrum, Forfarsh., Scotland, ; 

lion rampant guardant sa. I' incit 

Veritas. ^-i f' ^ 

Baxter, Jolm Henry, Esquire, Gilston, 

Colinsburgh, Fifesh., Scotland, a lion 

rampant guardant sa. Vincit Veritas. 

Baxter, Edward A., Esquire, of Kincal- 
drum, near Forfar, a lion passant 
auardant sa. Vincit Veritas. 

Baxter of Atherstone, Warw., a falcon 
beUed and jessed or. Virtule non 
verbis. ^ , <^l- 85- 2 

Baxter, Scotland, an escarbuncle sa. 

164. I- 

Baxter, Stannow, Norf., a lion's gamb 
erased or, holding a spear sa., headed 
arg., stringed and tasseUed of the first. 

Baxter, an eagle's head couped. 83.1 

Baxter, Henry, Esquire, J.P., of the 
Tower, Rainhill, Lanes, a demi-eagle 



1 Bayley of Hoddesdon, Herts, out of a 
I ducal coronet or, a nag's head arg. 
j 51- 7 

Bayley, a boar's head erased ppr. 

42. 2 

j Bayley, a griffin sejant erm., winged and 

armed or. 

Bayley and Bailey, Shropsh., a griffin 

segreant gu., guttee d'eau. 02. 2 

Bayley -Worthington of Sharton HaU, 

near Northeuden, a goat passant arg., 

semee of estoiles sa., in the mouth a 

sprig of laurel ppr. In opmum sed 

gratuin. 

Baylie, within seven mullets in orle or, a 

cross pattee gu. 164. 9 

Baylis, Glouc, out of an eastern coronet 

or, charged on the band with an 

auricula flower, a bay-tree fructed, aU 

Baylis, London, a demi-antelope ppr., 
gorged with a coUar or, budded of the 
same. 'f ^■, 3 

Baylol, Scotland, an increscent and de- 
crescent arg. 163. 7 

BayloU, on a mount vert, a lion rampant 

collared, holding in the dexter paw an 

arrow, all ppr. <^f- 2- 6 

idc 



displayed sa., gorged with a col 
tremel, charged on the breast and 
each wing with an annulet, and 
holding in the beak three ears of wheat 
leaved^and slipped, all or. 
Baxter, Richard, Esquire, of Leinster 
Gardens and Lincoln's Inn, London, a 
bat, wings expanded sa., each wmg 
charged with an anmilet or, and m 
the °mouth an arrow fessewise ppr. 
Deeds, not words. f/. 1 37-. 11 

Bay of London and Hants, a dexter wing 
sa., charged with an escallop or. 

c/. 109. 7 

Bayard, a demi-horse. 53-3 

Bayen, a poplar-tree vert. 144-12 

Baytord, an owl arg. 9"- 5 

Baylee or Bailie, see Bailey. 

Bayley or Bailey, Scotland, see Bailey. 

Bayley, a lion rampant ppr. i . 1 3 

Bayley, Shropsh., a lion statant gardant 

ppr., armed and langued gu. Si Deus 

■pro iMbis quis contra nos. 4- ' 

Bayley, London, a demi-lion rampant 

gardant or, holding in the dexter paw 

I branch vert. ,'/■/'• '° 

Bayley, Bart., London and Kent, on a 

mount vert, behind a waU arg., a lion 

rampant of the same. 

Bayley, London, a dexter arm embowed, 

habited az., and charged with a fess 

vair, the hand ppr. holding a statt 



arrow, au ppr. j '\ It, 

Bayly of London, an arm couped at tne 
elbow and erect, habited gu., charged 
with a fesse vair, the cuff arg., holding 
in the hand ppr. a muUet of six points 
or. <^/- 206. 13 

Bayly, Wicklow, a boar's head erased ppr. 
Quid darius astris ? 42._ 2 

Bayly, Somers., a goat's head az., bezantee, 
attired or. jl- '28. 12 

BavlV. Hugh Wansey, M.A., New Oxford 
and Cambridge Club, same crest. 
, erum ob consilium. 

Bayn Scotland, a dexter hand grasping 
a dagger in pale or. Et marte, el arte. 

Bayn, a Saracen's head in profile ppr., 
wTeathed and stringed behind arg. and 



Baynard, of Blagd>.u, ^v,.^...-, - -;--- 
rampant or, armed ppr., crined 



sa "* ' 

Baynard of Stukey, Norf., a bear's paw 

erased sa., charged \vith a martlet or. 
Baynbridge or Baynbrigge, a stag s head 

erased arg., attired or. 121. 2 

Baynbridge, Buckeridge-, Cambs, a dexter 

cubit arm erect, couped at the elbow 

vested, charged with three bars ermi- 

nois, holding in the gauntlet ppr. a 

cross crosslet fitched sa. 
Baynbrige, Derbysh., a cubit arm armed 

with a gauntlet or, holding a battle- 

Ba^brlgge, Leics., upon a mount vert, 
a goat passant sa., armed, ungu., 
belled, and collared arg. 129. 3 

Baynbrigge, Derbysh., a bloodhound 
passant or, collared vert, garnished of 
the first. '^■'•j-'': 5 

Bayne, of TuUoch, Scotland, a dexter 
hand grasping a du-k in pale ppr. ^ A« 
■marte, et arte. . 212. 9 

Bayne, a pellet between two wings arg. j 

Bavne, see Baine. 

Bayne, Scotland, a hand holding a scroll 

of paper ppr. Virtiite. 215. 6 

Bayne, Lanes, an etoile or. 164. i 

Baynes, Sir Christopher Wilham Walter, 

Bart of Hareficld Place, Middx., a 



cubit arm erect, vested az., cuffed 
erminois, holding in the hand a jaw- 
bone arg. Furor arma ministral. 
Baynes, Cumb., Essex, and London, the 

same crest. 
Baynes of Blackburn, a cubit arm erect 
ppr., vested arg., the hand grasping 
a shuttle or, aU within a wreath of the 
cotton-plant, flowered and fructed ppr. 
Arte et industria. 208. 1 5 

Baynes or Baines, Surrey, a dove volant 
regardant or, holding in its beak a 
myrtle-branch ppr. 
Baynham, a beaver ppr. i34- » 

Baynham, Kent and Glouc, a bull s head 
couped at the neck or. cf. 44- 3 

Baynham, Glouc, out of a mural coronet 
gu. a bull's head arg. cf. 44. 1 1 

Bayning, Baron (Powlett), a buck statant 
sa., attired or, charged on the body 
with a mullet arg. Stare super vias 
antiquas. w- ^17- ^5 

Baynton and Bayntun, Wilts, a griffin s 
head erased sa., beaked or. cj. 66. 5 
Baynton, a goat passant ppr. cf. 1 29. 5 
Bayntun, Rolt-, Bart, (extmct), of Sea- 
combe Park, Herts, a griffins head 
erased sa., beaked or. cf. 66. 5 

Bayons and Bayos, a horse at fuU speed, 
holdina in his mouth a spear-head ppr. 
cf. 52. 8 
Bazalgette, Joseph, Esquire, a lion 
rampant arg., gorged with a coUar 
az. charged with two crosses flory or, 
holding in the dexter forepaw a sword 
erect ppr., pommel and hilt of the 
third, and the dexter hind-paw resting 
on a crescent or. 
Bazalgette, Edward, Esquire, c.o. London 

County Council, Spring Gardens. 

Bazeley or Bazley, a hand holding a 

chapeau between two branches of 

laurel in orle, aU ppr. 217. 5 

BaziUe or Bazely, a crow sa. Be not 

wanting. ^ ^ . J07; '4 

Bazley, Sir Thomas Sebastian, Bart., a 

cubit arm ppr., charged with a bee 

volant or, the hand holding a chapeau 

gu., turned up or, the whole between 

two branches of oak vert. Fmem 



resuice -54- 9 

Beach, Hicks-, Rt. Hon. Sir Michael 
Edward, Bart. : (1) A demi-hon ram- 
pant arg., ducally gorged or, holding 
in the paws an escutcheon az., charged 
with a pile or (lor Beach). 236. 4- (2) A 
buck's head couped at the neck or, 
gorged with a wreath of laurel ppr. 
(lor Hicks). Tout en bon heme. 

Beach of Oakley Hall, Hants: (i) A 
demi-lion rampant arg., ducaUy gorged 
or, holding in the paws an escutcheon 
az., charged with a pile, also or 
(Beach). 236.4. (2) Crest as above 

Beach, Beds and Kent, out of a ducal 
coronet or, a demi-lion arg. 16. 3 

Beachcroft, a beach-tree ppr., behind six 
park pales arg. 

Beaconsfleld, Earl o\,see Disraeli. 

Beadle of South Ella, Yorks a stag s 

head erased or, attired and ducaUy 

gorged gu. '^I- '^'- \ 

- ■ lU, Henry Christopher Thomas, of 



tiogarrn, Montgomerysh., - „--.. 
hound's head ppr., erased gu., gorged 
with a rosary and a bell pendent 
therefrom arg. Sec timide, nee temere. 



BEA 



I of Gotten House, Somers., a lion 
with a human face passant or. Esse 
quam videre. 
Beaghan of Dunluce, eo. Antrim, Ireland, 
a bezant between two wings paly sa. 
and gu., per fesse cotinterchanged. 



11. 9 



Beaghan, Ireland, two swords in saltier, 
points downward. cf. 171. 12 

Beak and Beake, out of a ducal coronet 
the horns, scalp, and ears of an ox. 

Beake or Beeke, Dorset, an ostrich-head 
arg., holding in the beak a horse-shoe 
or. 

Beal, Sussex, a lion's head era.«ed. Tout 
hardi. 17- 8 

Beal or Beall, a demi-wolf sa., holding a 
spear in pale, tasselled ppr. 29. 4 

Beale, Siurey, a unicorn's head sa., erased 
gu., armed and crined or. 49. 5 

Beale, Cork, Ireland, and London, a 

unicorn's head erased or, charged with 

an etoile gu. 3Ialo mori quam jadari. 

cf- 49- 5 

Beale of London, a unicorn's bead erased 
or, semee-d'etoiles gu. cf. 49. 5 

Beale of Heath House, Shropsh., a 
unicorn's head erased or, semee- 
d'etoiles gu. <■/. 49. 5 

Beames, between six sun-rays a garb 
ppr., charged with three mullets, two 
and one arg. Bene vivere bis rircrf. 

Beamish, Bernard-, of Raheroon, Cork, a 
demi-lion rampant gu., charged on the 
shoulder with a trefoil slipped or. 
Virtus insignit attdentes. cj. 10. 5 

Beamish, Richard Henrik, Esquu-e, of 
Ashbourne, Glounthann, co. Cork, Ire- 
land, a demi-lion rampant gu., charged 
on the shoulder with a trefoil slipped 
or. Virtus insignit audentes. 

cf. 10. 5 

Beamish, Alten Augustus William, Es- 
quire, of 27, Philbeach Gardens, S.W., 
same crest and motto. 

Beamish, Francis Bernard Servington, 
Esquire, same crest and motto. 

Beamish, James Caulfield, Esquire, of 
CamphiJl, Dromore West, co. Sligo, 
same crest and motto. 

Beamish, North Ludlow Axel, Esquire, of 
Ashgrove, co. Cork, same crest and 
motto. 

Beamish or Bemish, a pair of scales ppr. 
179. S 

Bean or Beane, a lion rampant, holding 
between the paws a phimb-rule sa. 

Beanlands, Rev. Arthur John, M.A.,'the 
Rectory, Victoria, British Columbia, a 
leopard's head erased or. 

Bearcroft, a demi-bear rampant muzzled. 
34- 13 

Beard of North Kells, Lines, a lion's 
gamb couped or, grasping a horse's 
leg, erased above the knee sa. 

38. 12 

Beard, Aberton, Susses, on a chapeau 
gu., turned up erm., a tiger couchant 
or, maned, armed, and tufted sa. 

Beard, see Bard. 

Beardmore or Berdmore, on a mitre sa., 
semee of crosses pattee arg., a cheveron 
of the last. cf. 180. 5 

Beardmore of Uplands, Hants, a griffin's j 
head erased. Providenti<e me com- 
mitto. 66. 2 

Beardmore, a wolf rampant. 28. 2 I 



42 

Beardoe, of Manchester, Lanes, a demi- 
bear, holding in the dexter paw a 
bundle of six arrows in saltier ppr., 
headed or, flighted arg. 

Beardsley, Richard Henry, Bay Villa, 
Grange-over-Sands, a demi-leopard, 
holding in the dexter paw a sprig of 
laurel, all ppr. A cruce salus. 294. i 

Beare or Beere, Kent, on a garb in fess 
or, a raven sa. 

Beare, of Beare, Himtaham and More- 
bath, Devoush., a bear's head sa., 
muzzled or. Bear and jorhear. 34. 14 

Bearhaven, Viscount, see Bantry. 

Beasley, a demi-leopard, holding in the 
dexter paw a sprig of laurel ppr. 23. 9 

Beasley, Dublin, a demi-leopard ppr., 
holding between its paws a plate 
charged with a trefoil slipped vert. 
Labor omnia i-incit. 

Beath or Beith, Scotland, a dragon's 
head vomiting fire ppr. Fortuna 
virtiite. 72. 3 

Beath or Bietb, Scotland, a dragon's head 
couped ppr. Fortuna virtiite. 71. i 

Beath, Scotland, a wolf's head erased. 
Fortuna virtiUe. 30. 8 

Beathell : ( i ) Out of a ducal coronet a 
boar's head and neck. 41. 4. (2) An 
eagle's head between two wings dis- 
played az., charged on the neck with 
an etoile or. cf. 84. 2 

Beatie or Beattie, Scotland, a star issuing 
from a crescent or. Ltimen coeleste 
sequamur. 163. 4 

Beatie or Beatty, a castle sa. cf. i5S- 8 

Beaton, a lion passant sa. Fortis in 
arduis. 6. 2 

Beatson of Rossend, Fife, a bee erect, 
wings expanded ppr. Cum prudentia 
sedulus. 137. I 

Beatson, Stuart Brownlow, Esquire, 
Union Bank of London, Charing Cross 
Branch, a bee volant en arriere ppr. 
Cum frudentia sedulus. 

Beatson of Contell, Fife, Scotland, a 

bridge of three arches arg. Pro patria. 

158. 4 

Beattie of Aberdeen, Scotland, see Beatie. 

Beatty, Ireland, on a ducal coronet a 

lion passant gardant ducally crowned. 

6. 4 

Beatty, W. J., M.D., Van MUdert House, 
Stockton-on-Tees, a demi-lion ram- 
pant, holding in the dexter paw a 
crescent. Foriiter et fidelUer. 

Beaty, two keys in saltier ppr. cf. 168. 1 1 

Beauchamp, Earl of (Lygon), a savage's 
head afirontee, couped at the shoulders 
and wreathed round the head ppr. 
Ex fide fortis. cf. 192. 14 

Beauchamp, Proctor-, Sir Reginald Wil- 
liam, Bart., of Langley Park, Norf. : 
(i) On a mount vert, a greyhound 
sejant arg., spotted of a brown colour, 
collared or. (2) An heraldic tiger. 
Toujours fidile. 59. 2 

Beauchamp, Edmund Beauchamp, D.L., 
Trevince, Gwennap, Cornw., a demi- 
sea-horse reguardant arg., holding in 
his paws a heart gu. Auspice Tuero. 

Beauchamp of Hoult, Essex, a swan's 
head and neck arg., beaked gu., 
between two wings sa. loi. 6 

Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick, out of a 
ducal coronet or, a demi-swan arg. 

Beauchamp, out of a ducal coronet or, a 
swan's head gu. 



BEA 

Beauchamp of Powycke, Glouc, a tiger 

passant or, vulned in the shoulder gu. 

27. II 

Beauchampe, Glouc. and Warw., out of a 
coronet gu., a swan's head and neck 
arg., beaked of the first. 

Beaucbatt, a cat's head erased gardant 



gu- 



26. 



Beauclerk, sec St. Alban's, Duke of. 

Beauclerk, Aubrey de Vere, Esquire, of 
Ardglass Castle, co. Down. See St. 
Albans, Duke of. 

Beauley or Beaufoy, a demi-griffin, hold- 
ing between the claws a close helmet 
az. cf. 64. I 

Beaufice, a Paschal lamb passant arg., 
bearing a banner pink, the staff ppr., 
surmounted by cross. 131. 2 

Beaufort, Duke ol (Somerset), a portcullis 
or, nailed az., with chains pendent 
thereto, also or. Mutare vel timere 
sperno. cf. 178. 3 

Beaufort, Leicester Paul, Esquire, of the 
Cottage, Strathfield. Turgis, Winch- 
field. Hants, a female figure habited 
of the second, encircled round the 
waist with a belt or, holding in her 
dexter hand a mirror ppr., in her left 
hand a book, between two wings erect 
arg. Dens mens turris fortis. 

Beauloy, Beaufo, or Beawfo, a tree vert, 
on a ribbon round the stem the motto 
" Siibtegmine fagi." 

Beauman of Hyde Park, co. Wexford, a 
cubit dexter arm in armour holding a 
sword, aU ppr. Fortiter. 210. 2 

Beaumont, Baron (Stapleton), a man's 
head couped at the shoulders in pro- 
file ppr., wreathed about the temples 
arg. and sa. MieuXx je serra. loi. I2 

Beaumont, Sir George Rowland William, 
Bart., of Stoughton Grange, Leics., 
on a chapeau az., semee-de-lis or, 
turned up erm., a lion passant of the 
second. Erectus non electus. 254. lo 

Beaumont of Barrow-upon-Trent, on a 
chapeau gu., turned up erm., a lion 
passant or. Erectus non electus. 4. 9 

Beaumont, Francis Henry, of Buckland, 
Siurey, on a chapeau az., semee-de-lis 
or, turned up erm., a lion passant or. 
Erectus non electus. 254. 10 

Beaumont, De, a demi-lion gardant sa. 

10. 8 

Beaumont, Leics. and Suff., a lion passant 
or. 6. 2 

Beaumont, Devonsh., a stork or heron, 
wings expanded arg. 105. 2 

Beaumont, Suff., a bear's head erased 
ppr. 35. 2 

Beaumont, Captain Lewis Anthony, K.N., 
upon a rock a cubit arm erect ppr., 
holding in the hand a cross crosslet 
fitchee sa., and surmounted by a mullet 
of six points or. 

Beaumont, Henry Frederick, Esquire, of 
Whitley Beaumont, Huddersfield, a 
bull's head erased quarterly arg. and 
gu. Fide sed qui ride. 

Beaumont, Wentworth Blackett, Esquire, 
of Bretton Park, Wakefield, same crest 
and motto. 

Beaumont, Wentworth Canning Blackett, 
Esquire, of Bywell Hall, Stockfield-on- 
Tyne, same crest and motto. 

Beaumont, Wentworth-BIackett, of Bret- 
ton Hall, Yorks, same crest and 
motto. 



BEA 



43 



BEC 



Beaumont, a buU's head quarterly arg. 

and gu. "(• 44-3 

Beaumont, Leics., and Beaumont Hall, 

Suff., an elephant, on its back a tower 

triple-towered arg., garnished or. 

(4no/7ier, the tower or.) I33- " 

Beaurain. a Uon's head erased arg., 

nelletee. , cf. 17. S 

Beauvoir, a griffin's head between two 

wings ppr. ^5; " 

Beauvoir, London, a demi-dragon, wings 

addorsed ppr. 73- 1° 

Beauvons and Beavons, a buU s head sa. 

cf. 44- 3 

Beavan or Bevan, over a mount vert, 

a dove hovering ppr., in its beak a 

sem-rin<' or. Semper virtute constans. 

* ° 21. 5 

Beavan, a lion's head erased az., holding 

in the mouth a rose gu. 
Beaver, a beaver ppr. ™ '^'*', '^ 

Beaver, Hugh, Esquire, of the Temple, 
near Manchester, a mount vert, thereon 
in front of three arrows, one in pale 
and two in saltire, points downwards, 
a beaver passant ppr. 
Beaver, Robert Atwood, M.D., btur- 
minster Newton, Dorset, same crest. 
Industria el virtute. 
Beaver, A. Atwood, of Beauvoir, Bourne- 
mouth, same crest and motto. 
Beaver, a leopard statant ppr. 24. 2 

Beavis, Devonsh., a pheon arg. (Anotliei 
or.) 174." 

Beawfice, a Paschal lamb passant arg., 
supporting a flag, the banner pink, 
the staff or, surmounted by a cross. 

131. 2 

BeawpeU, out of a mural coronet a hand 

ppr., vested gu., holding a sword wavy 



Becher of ChanceUor House, Tunbridge 
and Beds, a demi-lion erased arg., its 
body enfiled with a ducal coronet or. 

cj. 10. 2 
Becher, Wrixon-, Sir Henry, Bart, of 
BaUygihlin, co. Cork, Ireland, out ot 
a ducal coronet or, a demi-hon erm., 
gorged with a plain coUar vair. Bis 
vivet qui bene. cf. 16. 3 

Beck of London, a raven ppr., between 

two wings or. 
Beck, Norf., out of the sea ppr., a sea- 
wolf arg., finned or, holding between 
the paws a cross pattee gu. 
Beck, see Bee. 

Beck, Lt.-Col. Charles Harrop, C.B., ot 
Upton Priory, Macclesfield, Chesh., a 
raven ppr., between two wings or. 
Assiduitas. 
Beck of Woodside, Surrey, a stafl ragijly 
fessewise or, thereon a blackbird, hold- 
ing in the beak a sprig of holly ppr. 

Beck!' Alcock-r William, of Esthwaite 
Lodge a cross potent? or, perched 
thereon a blackbird ppr., holding in its 
beak an annulet of the first. Animum 



Beazlev, Edwin Arthur, Esquire, of 
Merefield, Oston, Birkenhead, a demi- 
leopard ppr., holding in dexter paw a 
lily arg., stalked, leaved, and slipped 
vert, and resting the sinister paw on a 
fleur-de-lis or. Sleadjast. 
Beazley, Frank Charles, Esquire, of tern 
Hill, Claughton, Birkenhead, same crest 
and motto. , j n 1 

Beazley, James Henry, Esquire, ol Uak 
Dene, Noctorum, Birkenhead, same 
crest and motto. 
Beazley, Robert Clover, Esquire, of 
Waterford Road, Birkenhead, same 
crest and motto. 
Bebb of Donnington Grove, Berks : 
(I) An esquire's helmet ppr., resting 
in a cre-scent gu., the helmet charged 
with a cross crosslet of the second 
for distinction (jor Bebb). (2) Out of 
an Eastern crown or, a cubit arm erect 
vested sa., cuffed erm., the hand hold- 
ing a wreath of laurel ppr. (/or 
Lawrell). Per vim et virtntem.—Prcs- 
mium virtuiis honor. 
Bebington of Bebington, Chesh., out of 
a ducal coronet or, a demi-eagle dis- 
played sa., bezantee. cf. 80. 14 
Bee or Beck, on a chapeau gu., turned up 
erm a lion's head erased of the first. 
17. 9 
Beccles, a dexter arm in armour embowed 
ppr., holding in the hand, also ppr., a 
cross pattee. 
Beche, Berks, a cubit arm, vested or, 
cuffed gu., holding in the hand ppr., 
an escarbuncle of the last. 207. 7 I 



Beck, Wales, on a mount vert, a pelican 
arn., vulning herself gu. cf. 98. i 

Beck, Suff., a peacock ppr. 103. 7 

Beck, Peter Arthur, Esquire, of Trelydan 
HaU Gillfield, near Welshpool, a pea- 
cock's head couped az., holding in the 
beak an annulet or, between two wings 
expanded of the last, semee of annulets 
of the first. Sixm pretio non emam. 
Beck of erecting St. Mary and Needham 
Market, Suff., a peacock's head erased 
or holding in the beak a serpent 
entwined about the neck ppr., between 
two wings az., each charged with three 
bezants. Unitate fortior. cf. 103. 3 
Beck, Rev. Edward Josselyn, of the 
Rectory, Rotherhithe, a peacocks 
head erased or, holding in the beak a 
serpent entwined about the neck ppr., 
between two wings az., each charged 
with three bezants. Unitate fortior. _ 
Becke of Berks and Lines, a peacocks 
head erased or, gorged with two bars 
dancettee sa., between two wings az., 
each charged with three bezants pale- 
ways. , , l°2-^ 
Beckering and Bekering, Yorks, a crow 

perched on an oak-tree. 
Becket. Ireland, a Cornish chough ppr. 

I07. 14 
Beckett of Courthither, Cornw. (Visita- 
tion 1623), a Cornish chough, wings 
expanded sa., beaked and legged gu., 
ducally gorged or. w- 107-3 

Beckett or a Beckett, of Penleigh, Wilts, 
a fleur-de-Us az., charged with a hon s 



moline sa. {for Turtier. 6. 8. (2) A 
fleur-de-lis az., charged with a lions 
head erased erm. (for Beckett). 19. 8 
Beckett, Rt. Hon. Sir Edmund, LL.D., 
Q.C., Baron Grimthorpe, of Grim- 
thorpe, Yorks, a boar's head couped 
or, pierced by a cross pattee fitched 
erect gu. Prodesse civibus. 
Beckett, Ernest William, Esquire, of 
KirkstaU Grange, Leeds, a boar's head 
couped or, pierced by a cross pattee 
fitchee erect sa. Prodesse civibus. 
Beckett, a dexter arm embowed in 
armour ppr., about the elbow a wreath 
or and az., holding in the hand, also 
cnr. a baton of the second. 
^^ cf. 200. 3 

Beckford, London, Wilts, and Leics., a 
stork's head erased, holding m the 
beak a fish, aU ppr. , „. , . 

Beckford, Clarence, Esquire, of Victoria 
Street, Westminster, S.W., a storks 
head erased, coUared, and chained 
reflexed az., between two roses arg., 
barbed, seeded, leaved, and shpped 
ppr. De Dieu toxit. 
Beckford of Ruxley Lodge Surrey, a 
heron's head erased or, collared, hold- 
ing in the beak a fish arg. De Diett 

Beckford of Fon thill, Wilts: (i) A 
heron's head erased or, gorged with a 
collar flory and counterflory gu., hold- 
ing in the beak a fish arg. (2) Out of 
a ducal coronet or, an oak-tree fructed 
ppr the stem penetrated transversely 
by a frame-saw, also ppr., differenced 
with a shield pendent from a brancli 
of the tree, charged with the arms of 
Latimer, viz., gu., a cross patonce or. 
De Dieu tout. „ , rr ^ 

Beckford, Love-, of Basing Park, Hants, 
a heron's head erased or, holding in 
the beak a fish ppr. . 

Beckham, a horse's head arg., pierced 
tlirough the neck with a broken ti tmg- 
spear or, and holding in the mouth the 
top of the spear embrued gu. 

Beclungham of Hoe, Norf., a demi-gnffin 
arg., armed sa., wings addoised gu.. 



hold 



mg 



dexter claw a cutli 



head erased erm. Foys, sapience, et 
chevalerie. {The arms of Becl-ettare of 
very ancient date, as per the Visitations 
of Wiltshire in 1565 and 1623 ; but the 
crest belonging thereto was granted m the 
year 1808 to the Rev. Thomas d, Beciett- 
Turner of Penleigh and Littletoti, Wilt- 
shire, and to his younger brother William 
and their descendants.) I9- » 

Beckett-Turner, WiUiam, of Littleton, 
Wilts: (I) A lion passant gardant 
erminois, charged upon the body with 
three trefoils in fesse slipped vert, and 
holding in the dexter paw a fer-de- 



ar<T., htlted or. cf- 64- 6 

Beckingham, Essex, a demi-griffin sa., 
holding in its dexter claw a cutlass 
are., hilt and pommel or. cf. 64. b 

Beckley, Beckly, or Biokley, Devoi^h., a 
cross pattee gu., between two wings 
or no. 7 

Beckman, London, an ostrich head 
couped arg., gorged with a fess dan- 
cettee sa., between two palm-branches 

BeckweU or BekeweU, a horse-shoe ^ppr.^ 

Beckwith or Bickwith, a stag's head 

erased ppr. , , '^'' j 

Beckwith, Durh., a stag's head couped 

Beckwith, an antelope ppr. 126.12 

Beckwith of Thurcroft, Yorks, an ante- 

lope ppr., holding in the mouth a 

branch vert. Jomr en bien. ^^^^^ 

Beckwith, Henry John J.P., of IMia- 
hope Park, Shropshire, and Silks- 
worth, near Sunderland, an antelope 
trippant holding in the mouth a branch. 
,Jouir en bien. 



BEC 

Beckwitb, Bart., of Aldborough, Yorks, 
same crest and motto. 

Beckwith, Yorks, a stag's head quarterly 
per fess indented or and gu. Another, 
or and az. 121. 5 

Beckwith, Yorks, a stag's head couped 
sa. 121. 5 

Beckwith, Durh., a roebuck's head 
couped sa. 121. 5 

Beckwith, a dove holding in the beak 
three ears of wheat, all ppr. 

cf. 92. 5 

Beckwith and Beckworth, Yorks, an 
eagle's head or, beaked gu., charged 
■with two bends vert, all between 
two wings, one arg., the other sa. 

cf. 84. 2 

Beckquet, a falcon rising sa., ducally 
gorged or. Celcrilas. 87. 2 

Bective, Earl, see Headfort, Marquess. 

Becton, a demi-heraldic tiger ppr., ducally 
gorged and chained or. cf. 25. 12 

Becton, a demi-heraldic tiger ducally 
gorged and chained, holding between 
the paws a mullet of six points. 

cf. 25. 12 

Bedall, Essex, a buck's head gu., attired 
or, between the attires a bough of a 
tree leaved ppr. c/. 1 2 1 . 5 

Beddington, Hyam Leopold, Esquire, of 
CornwaU Terrace, St. Marylebone, 
London, a lion rampant arg., gorged 
with a collar geraelle az., holding in the 
fore-paws a flagstaff erect ppr., there- 
from flowing to the dexter a banner 
az., charged with a chaplet of roses 
arg., and resting the dexter hind-paw 
on a mullet of six points or. E.r fide 
jortis. 2. 10 

Beddington, Claude, Esquire, of 5 1 , South 
Street, Park Lane, W., same crest. Be 
strong and oj good courage. 

Beddington, Herbert Melville, Esquire, 
of 8, Cornwall Terrace, Regent's Park, 
N.W., same crest and motto. 

Beddington, Maurice, Esquire, of 91, 
Lancaster Gate, London, W., same 
crest. 

Beddington, Alfred Henry, Esquire, 8, 
CornwaU Terrace, Regent's Park, 
London, N.W., on a WTeath of the 
colours a lion rampant arg., gorged 
with a collar gemelle az., holding in 
the fore-paws a flagstaff erect ppr., 
therefrom flowing to the dexter a 
banner az., charged with a chaplet of 
roses arg., and resting the dexter hind- 
paw on a mullet of six points or. Be 
strong and of good courage. 2. 10 

Beddington, Samuel Henry, Esquire, of 
Hyde Park Square, London, W., a lion 
rampant arg., gorged with a coUar 
gemelle az., holding in the fore-paws a 
flagstaff erect ppr., therefrom flowing 
to the dexter a banner az., charged 
with a chaplet of roses arg., and rest- 
ing the dexter hind-paw on a mullet 
of sis points or. Deus nobis guts contra. 

Beddoe, John, M.D., the Chantry, 
Bradford-on-Avon, Wilts, a stag's head 
and neck erased ppr., pierced through 
the neck by an arrow or. Qui invidet 

Bedell of Rumford, Essex, an arm in 
armour couped at the elbow and erect, 
the hand grasping a cutlass by the 
blade arg., billed or. 



44 

Bedell and Bedolfe, Staffs and Bedolph's 
Hall, Essex, an arm embowed, vested 
az., holding in the hand ppr. a sword 
arg., hilt and pommel or, pierced into 
the side of a squirrel sejant regardant or, 
the side of the squirrel guttee-de-sang. 

Bedell of Hamerton, Hunts, out of a 
pa,lisado coronet a buck's head or, 
attired az. cf. 120. 7 

Bedell-Sivright, William Henry Revell, 
Esquire, of North Cliff, North 
Queensferry, Fifeshire, Scotland, a 
dexter hand holding a thunderbolt 
ppr. Recte jerio. 216.4 

Bedell, a stag's head couped gu., attired 
or, the branches az., between the attires 
a thistle of the second stalked and 
leaved vert. cj. 121. 5 

Bedewell or Bedwell, on a rock a fort in 
flames ppr. 155. i 

Bedford, Duke (Russell), a goat passant 
arg., arraedor. Chesarasara. cj.iig.t, 

Bedford, Cornw., an eagle rising from an 
anchor arg. Verite sans peur. 

Bedford, a hand ppr., holding a sphere 
erect or. 216. 3 

Bedford, John, Esquire, of Oughtibridge 
and Birley House, Yorks, in front of 
a bear's paw erased sa., holding a 
terrestrial globe ppr., an annulet arg. 
Gare le pied fort. 231. 5 

Bedford, Henry Hall, Esquire, same crest 
and motto. 

Bedford of More Hall, Bolsterstone, 
Sheffield, same crest and motto. 

Bedford of Henloc, Beds and London, a 
demi-lion sa., ducally crowned or, 
holding between the paws a sphere, 
also or. cf. 1 1 . 7 

Bedford, Edward, solicitor and Notary 
Public, 12, Priory Crescent, Southover, 
Lewes, Sussex, a demi-lion rampant 
holding between the paws an imperial 
crown Animum fortuna sequatur. 

3GO, 9 

Bedford, a demi-lion rampant ppr., hold- 
ing in the dexter paw a trefoil slipped 
vert. cf. 13. 13 

Bedford, a demi-lion rampant az., holding 
in the dexter paw a fleur-de-lis or. 

cf. 13. 2 

Bedford, Ryland-, a demi-lion rampant 
sa., murally crowned or, holding be- 
tween the paws a bezant. Ariimum 
fortuna sequatur. 

Bedingfield of Beckhall, Norf., an eagle 
displayed or. Despicio terrena. 75. 2 

Bedingfield, Paston-, Sir Henry George, 
Bart., Oxburgh, Norf., a demi- eagle 
wings expanded gu. Despicio terrena 
solcm contemplor. Badge, a fetterlock 
az. 80. 2 

Bedingfield of Ditchingham, Norf., a 
demi-eagle wings expanded gu. Aquila 
non capit muscas, or Despicio terrena. 
80. 2 

Bedingfield, James, of Bedingfield House, 
Eye, Suffolk, same crest and motto. 

Bedingfield, a demi-eagle wings ex- 
panded or. Despicio terrena. 80. 2 

Bedingfield, a unicorn's head erased sa., 
I the horn wreathed or and arg. 49. 5 

Bedle or Bedell, London, a stag's head 
erased or, attired and ducally gorged 
gu. cf. 121. 2 

Bedo and Bedon, of Putney, Surrey, a 
boar's head couped and erect gu. 

of- 43- 3 



BEG 

Bedolle, see Bedell. 

Bedwell of the Manor, East Kennett, 
near Marlborough, out of a ducal 
coronet a griffin's head. 67. 9 

Bee of Basingstoke, Hants, a dragon's 
head or, pierced through with an arrow 
gu., flighted and feathered arg. 

Bee, Norf., a dragon's head erased or, 
collared vair. 71-2 

Beebee, a beehive ppr. Se defendendo. 

<•/• 137- 7 

Beeby, a mullet or. 164. 2 

Beech, Rowland John, of Brandon Lodge, 
Warw., and the Shawe, Staffs, in front 
of a bugle-hom stringed az., a stag's 
head cabossed or. Sub teg/nine fagi. 

122. 8 

Beecham, Joseph, Esquire, Ewanville, 
Huyton, near Liverpool, a swan's head 
and neck erased arg., between two 
escallop-shells or, holding in the beak 
a like escallop-shell. Nil sine labore. 

loi. 2 

Beecher of London, a demi-lion erased 
arg., enfiled round the body with a 
ducal coronet or. cf. :o. 2 

Beechey and Beecby, a hurt. cf. 159. 14 

Beeching, Sussex, a winged spur. Ag- 
noscar evcntu. 1 1 1 . 12 

Beeching, James Plumer George, Esquire, 
of Spring Grove, Isleworth, a beech- 
tree, the sun rising from behind the 
stem, in front a fountain, all ppr. 

Beecroft, Berks, on a chapeau vert, 
turned up or, a wyvem, wings ex- 
panded az. Pro virivtc. cf. 70. 1 1 

Beecroft of Bishop- Wearmouth, two arms 
embowed, dexter and sinister, in ar- 
mour ppr., holding in the fingers an 
annulet gu. cf. 194. 11 

Beedham of Ashfield, Kimbolton, Hunts, 
oa a mural crown ppr., a bird, wings 
expanded arg., beaked and legged gu., 
resting its dexter claw on an escutcheon 
of the second charged with a human 
heart of the third. God be in m>j bede. 

Beeke, see Beake. 

Beekenshall, Lanes, an arm erect couped 
below the elbow holding a garland 
gu. 218. 6 

Beer and Beere, see Beare. 

Beerhaven, Viscount, see Bantry, Earl of. 

Beers of Leslie Hill, Ireland, on a garb in 
fesse or, a raven sa. In Deo spes mea. 

Beesley or Beesly, out of a mural coronet 
two branches of palm in saltier ppr., 
surmounting a spear in pale. I75. i 

Beeston, Beestone, or Beiston, a heart 
gu., within a fetterlock sa. cf. 181. 7 

Beeston of Beeston Castle, Chesh., on a 
mount vert, a castle or, issuant there- 
from an arm in armour embowed ppr., 
garnished of the second, brandishing 
a sword ppr., hilted, also or. 

Beetham, Richmond, Esquire, J. P., of 
Christchurch, Canterbury, New Zea- 
land, Resident Magistrate for Christ- 
church and Sheriff of Timaru, South 
Canterbury, a stag lodged gu. Per 
ardua surgam. "S- 7 

Beetham, late Albert, out of a ducal 
coronet or, an elephant's head trunked 
and tusked or. Per ardua surgam. 

Beevor, Sn Hugh Reeve, Bart., of Hethel, 
Norf., a beaver passant ppr. Suaviter 
in modo, fortiter in re. 236. 7 

Beevor of Heckmondwike, Yorks, the 
same crest. Nil desperandum. 



BEG 

Beg or Begg, Scotland, a cross crosslet 
fitched between two branches of palm 
in orle ppr. c/. i66. 5 

Begbie, Francis Warburton, Esquire, 
M.R.C.S., a lion's gamb erased, holding 
a spear-head ppr., and in an escroU 
over the same this motto : Sans peur. 

Begbie, Rev. A. J., M.A., of the Rectory, 
Horton, Chipping Sodbury, Glouc, a 
cock ppr., charged on the breast with 
a hurt, the dexter claw resting on a 
mullet of six points or. In Deo con- 

Begbie, Colonel Elphinstone Waters, 
C.B., of Clifton Lodge, Winchester, 
same crest and motto. 

Begg, Dublin, a naked arm embowed 
ppr., holding in the hand a long cross 
g"- 

Begg, Ireland, a hand fesswise couped at 
the wrist ppr., holding a cross formee 
fitchee purpiue. 

Begg, out of a mural coronet a dem 
savage ppr., wreathed round th 
middle vert, holding in the dextt 
hand a cock's head and in the sinister 
a club resting on the shoulder. 

Beggar or Begger, a pelican's head and 
neck erased vulning herself. 98. 2 

Beggs of Shropsh., a Cornish chough ppr. 
107. 14 

Behethland, from a cloud in the sinister 
a dexter hand fesseways holding a 
club in pale, all ppr. 223. 5 

Behrens, Sir Jacob, of Springfield House, 
Bradford, Yorks, a demi-bear arg., 
muzzled sa., holding in the dexter paw 
a mullet of six points gu., and resting 
the sinister paw on an escutcheon gu., 
charged with a bee volant ppr. Esse 
quam videri. 

Behrens, Charles, Esquire, of Holm-Acre, 
Altrincham, Chesh., same crest and 

Behrens, Gustav Nathan, Esquire, same 

crest and motto. 
Beigtaton of Werksworth, on a mural 

coronet or, a greyhound erm., collared 

ot the first. 
Beilby, Warw., a leopard's face. 22. 2 
Beilby, a hawk close ppr. 85. 2 

Beirne or O'Beirne, Cotmaught, a dexter 

arm in armour embowed, the hand 

grasping a sword, all ppr. 195. 2 

Beist or Blest of Atcham, Shropsh.', a 

sinister arm couped above the elbow, 

vested sa., cuffed arg., the hand ppr. 

holding a bow stringed, also ppr. 
Beiston, see Beeston. 
Beith or Bieth, Scotland, a dragon's head 

couped vert. Fortuna virtute. 71. i 
Beke, Beeke, or Beack, Durh., out of a 

ducal coronet gu., two bulls' horns erui. 
Boke, out of a ducal coronet a boar's head 

and neck. 41. 4 

Beke or Beck, Berks and Lines, a hare's 

head. 
Beke, Norf., a dragon's head erased or, 

collared vair. 71-2 

Bekett, within a wreath or and vert, 

garnished with laurel - leaves of the 

second, a falcon rising arg., legged 

and beaked gu., and ducally gorged 

Belasis, a stag's head erased arg. Bonne 
tt belle assez. 121. 2 

Belasyse of Newborough, Yorks, Viscount 
Fauconburgh, and a Bart., a stag's 



45 

head erased ppr., attired or, holding 
in the mouth an acorn leaved vert. 
Bonne et belle assez. cj. 119. 11 

Belcher, Northamp., a demi-hawk or, 
wings expanded sa. 88. 1 1 

Belcher of Gilsborough, Northamp. , Staffs, 
and Warw., a greyhound's head erased 
erm., eared az., gorged with a collar 
gu., rimmed and ringed or. cf. 61. 2 
Belches, Scotland, a horse's head arg., 
bridled gu. Keep tryst. 51-5 

Belches of Tofts, Scotland, the stump 
of an oak-tree eradicated shooting 
branches ppr. Revirescit. 145. 2 

Belches and Belsches, Scotland, a grey- 
hound's head couped arg., collared az. 
Fidget virtus intaminata. 61. 2 

Beldam, a lion rampant arg. I- '3 

Beldam-Johns, Frederick Meadows, Es- 
quire, of Fowlmere Manor, Royston, a 
garb banded or, pendent from the band 
by a ring, also or, an escutcheon vert, 
charged with a dexter hand couped at 
the wrist or. Dal Deus incrementttm. 
Beldero, Suff., a greyhound current gu., 
collared and rmged or. cf. 58. 2 

Belew or Bellew, Devonsh., an arm em- 
bowed, vested vert, holding in the 
hand ppr. a bell or. 

Beley, late of St. John's Hill, Surrey, 
a griffin sejant or, winged vair, resting 
the dexter claw on a plate. Auspice Deo 
vinces. cf. 62. 10 

Belfarge or Belfrage, Scotland, on a ducal 
coronet or, a hawk belled ppr. 85. 9 

Belfast, Earl of, see Donegal, Marquess of. 

Belfield of London and Herts, a demi- 
heraldic tiger arg., armed and tufted 
or, pierced thi'ough the body with the 
broken staff of a flag, the flag hanging 
between the fore-legs party per fess 
wavy arg. and az. 

BelQeld of Malmains, Glouc, same crest. 
Vbi amor ibi fides. 

Belfour, Belfore, Belfoure, and Balfour, a 
hautboy in pale ppr. 168. i 

Belfrage, see Belfarge. 

Belgrave, William, of Kilworth and Bel- 
grave, Leics., and Preston Hall, 
Rutland, a ram's head arg. 130. i 

Belgrave of Cocktield, Suff., out of a 
ducal coronet a fleur-de-lis. 

Belhaven and Stenton, Baron (Hamilton), 
Wishaw House, Lanarksh., Scotland, a 
nag's head couped arg., bridled gu. 
Ride through. 51-5 

Belhouse, a squirrel sejant per pale arg. 
and az., the tail or, the fore-feet against 
an oak-branch vert, fructed or. 

Belhouse, a wolf's head party per pale or 
and az. 30. 5 

Beliald of Thorpe, Northamp., a lion's 
head couped gu., billettee arg. cf. 21. i 

Bell of Stoneycross, Leics., a demi-man 
affrontee habited in russet leather and 
gloved grasping in the dexter hand a 
hawk rising ppr., suspended therefrom 
a lure, the sinister hand resting on a 
trefoil slipped both or. Magna est 
Veritas. 

Bell, a hawk close ppr., beaked and 
belled or. Perscverantia. 85. 2 

Bell, Richard Moore, Claremont, Brighton 
Road, Sutton, Surrey, a hawk close 
ppr., belled or. Perscverantia. 

Bell, Berlis and Bucks, a hawk, wings 
expanded arg., beaked and belled or, I 
jessed gu. cf. 87. 12; 



BEL 

Bell, Charles Wentworth, Esquire, of 
Bronsil, Eastnor, near Ledbury, Heref., 
on a rock ppr., between two antlers az., 
a hawk close, also ppr., around the neck 
a riband az., pendent therefrom a bell 
or. Dexlra fideque. 
Bell, Spencer-, James, Esquire, of Fawe 
Park, Cumb. : (i) A beaver statant 
erm. (for Bell). 134. S. (2) Out of a 
ducal coronet or, a gritiin's head arg., 
collared gu., between two wings ex- 
panded of the second {for Spencer). 
Dieu defend le droit. cf. 67. i 

Bell, Charles Loraine, of Woolsington, 
Northumb., between two escallops sa., 
a falcon close ppr., belled and jessed 
or, holding in the beak a wing erect, 
also or. Bell assez bel. 81;. 2 

Bell, Sir Isaac Low thian, Eart., of Ro'un- 
ton Grange, Yorks, a hank or, holding 
in its beak a lure az., and resting its 
dexter claw on a sun in splendour of 
the first. Perseverantia. 86. 2 

Bell, John Charles, Esquire, of 61, Port- 
land Place, London, W., in front of the 
stock of a tree a branch of olive and a 
sword ,jn saltire, all ppr., thereon a 
hawk, wings close arg., belled or, 
charged on the body with two bars az. 
Fortis qui predens. 
Bell, Thomas, Esquire, 23, Windsor 
Terrace, Newcastle-on-Tyne, in front 
of a mount vert, thereon a falcon rising 
ppr., belled and jessed or, three roses 
fessewise of the last. Industria et 
probitate. 87. 5 

Bell, a falcon close ppr., belled or. Prend 
moi tel que je suis. 85.2 

Bell of Bellview, co. Fermanagh, Ireland, 
on a ducal coronet or, a falcon rising 
ppr., collared gu., belled of the 
first. 
Bell, Thomas Fotherley, M.B., the Red 
House, Heckington, Lines, a falcon 
belled ppr. Prend moi tel que je 
suis. 
Bell, on a mount an eagle rising ppr. 
Yian affectat Olympo. cf. 78. i 

Bell, on a rock ppr., a martlet erminois. 
cf. 95. 2 
Bell, a hawk's bell stringed ppr. 
Bell, Scotland, a bell or. 168. 7 

Bell, in front of a tree ppr., a bear resting 

his dexter fore-paw on a bell. 
Bell, Essex, a talbot passant erm. 5.4. i 
Bell, Scotland, a demi-lion rampant ppr. 
Dextra fideque. 10. 2 

Bell, Matthew, of Bourne Park, Canter- 
bury, a Uon's head erased ppr. Lege 
et labore. 
Bell of Ewell, Surrey, and of Scatwcll, 
Muir of Ord, Scotland, formerly of 
Provosthaugh, Scotland, on a mount 
vert, a roebuck feeding ppr. Signum 
pads amor. 116. Q 

Bell, Matthew Montgomerie. Esquire, of 
72, Great King Street, Edinburgh, a 
stag grazing ppr. Signum pads amor. 
256. 18 
Bell of Jamaica, a stag's head erased gu„ 
attired arg. Fulget virtus. 121. 2 

Bell of Fortoun, Scotland, a stag's head 
erased ppr. Ardenter amo. 121. 2 

Bell, Thomas, Esquire, Rossie, Perth, a 
stag's head erased gu. Fulget virtus. 
121. 2 
Bell of Ealing, a stag's head ppr., attired 
or. Signum pads amor. 121. 5 



BEL 

Bell, Sir James, ist Bart., of Marlborough 
Terrace, Glasgow, a stag's head couped 
ppr., attired or. Signum pacis amor. 

Bell, Scotland, a dexter hand with the 
two last fingers folded down ppr. 
Confido. 222. II 

Bell, Joseph, Esquire, surgeon, 2, Mel- 
ville Crescent, Edinburgh, uses a garb. 
Quid utilius. 153-2 

Bell, Middx., a portcullis ppr. 178. 3 

Bell, George Robert, Esquire, a stone 
masoned arch ppr., suspended from 
the keystone thereof a bell or. 

Bell, London, a human heart winged 
ppr. Forward, kind heart. 112. 10 

Bell, Glouc, an arm embowed, vested 
gu., holding in the hand ppr. a battle- 
axe, the staff gu., the head arg. 

Bell, Scotland, a cubit arm in armour 
grasping a scimitar, all ppr. Pro rege 
et patria. 

Bell, Walter Leonard, M.D., 123, London 
Road, Lowestoft, Suff., a garb or. 
Quid utilius. 

BeU, William Abraham, Esquire, of Pen- 
deU Court, Bletchingley, Surrey, a 
figure of Justice vested chevronny of six 
arg. and gu. Hujus stat fof^dere Mundus. 

Bellairs of Kirby Bellars, a lion's gamb 
ersised gu. In truce viea fides. 36. 4 

Bellairs, Lines, out of a mural coronet 
or, a demi-lion rampant gu., holding 
between the paws a cross crosslet 
fitchee or. 

Bellairs, Lines, out of a mural coronet or, 
a demi-lion rampant gu., holding in 
the paws a staff ppr., thereon a banner 
displayed of the arms of Walford, viz., 
arg. a fesse, and in chief a lion passant 
gu. cf. 16. 7 

BeUairs of Barton End, Staffs : (i ) Out of 
a mural crown or, a demi-lion rampant 
gu., holding between the jiaws a cross 
crosslet fitchee, also gold. (2) A horse's 
head couped arg., in the mouth a leaf 
of oak ppr. Virtus tutissima cassis. 

Bellairs, Lieutenant-General Sir William, 
of Clevedon, Somers., same crests. 
Virtus tutissima cassis. 

Bellairs, George Clarke, Esquire, of South- 
bourne-on-sea, Hants: (i) Out of a 
mural crown or, a demi-lion rampant 
gu., langued az., holding between his 
paws a cross crosslet titchee or. (2) A 
horse's head couped arg., in the mouth 
a leaf of oak ppr. Virtus tiitissi/na 
cassis, and Nihil sine cruce. 

Bellairs, Lines, a horse's head couped 
arg., holding in the mouth a wreath of 
oak vert. 

Bellam, Ballam, and Bellome, out of a 
ducal coronet or, a cock's head between 
two wings gu., combed and wattled of 
the first. 

Bellamy, an arm couped and erect, vested 
sa., cuffed arg., holding in the hand 
ppr. a sceptre or, surmounted by a 
crescent arg. 

Bellars of New Lodge, Herts, a lion's 
gamb erased ppr. 36. 4 

Bellas, a stag's head erased per fesse, 

indented arg. and gu., attired or, 

holding in the mouth a fleur-de-hs az. 

(•/. 121. 2 

Bellasis or Bellasses, on a mount a palm- 
tree ppr. 144. 3 

Bellasis, Durh., a stag's head erased 
ppr., attired or. 121. 2 



46 

Bellasis or Bellassis, Yorks, alion couohant 
gardant az. Bonne et belle assez. 7. 10 

Bellasis of Marton, Westml., a mount vert, 
thereon a lion couchant gardant az., 
in front of a tent ppr., lined gu. 9. 4 

Bellasis, Edward, Esquire, Lancaster 
Herald, of 22, Prince of Wales' Terrace, 
W., a mount vert, thereon a lion 
couchant gardant az., in front of a tent 
ppr., lined gu. Q. 4 

Bellasis, Yorks, a stag's head erased, in 
mouth an oak-branch fructed ppr. 

cf. 121. 2 

Bellenden of Auchinoule, co. Edinburgh, 
a hart's head couped, between the 
attires a cross crosslet fitchee or. Sic 
iturad astra. 1 20. 12 

Bellerby, Yorks, a dexter hand couped 
at wrist, pierced through the palm 
with an arrow in bend sinister, all ppr. 

Bellere, a spur rowel az. 164.8 

Bellet, Chesh., a fox's head erased sa. 33.8 

Bellet of Norf. and Wilts, an arm in 
armour couped at the elbow, holding 
in the gauntlet a baton or, tipped at 
both ends sa. 209. 9 

Bellew of Stockleigh, Devonsh., an arm 
embowed, vested, the hand ppr. grasp- 
ing a chalice, poui'ing water into a basin, 
also ppr. Tout d'en haul. 

Bellew of Okehampton, a dexter arm em- 
bowed vested vert, cuffed arg., the 
hand or, grasping a chalice pouring 
water into a basin, also ppr. 

Bellew, William Legassicke, Esquire, same 
crest and motto. 

Bellew, a boar passant sa. 40. 9 

Bellew, a hyena passant. cf. 127.13 

Bellew, Baron (Bellew), of Barmeath, co. 
liOuth, Ireland, an arm in armour 
embowed, holding a sword ppr. Tout 
d'en haul. 195. 2 

Bellew, an arm in armour embowed, hold- 
ing in the hand a dagger, point down- 
wards. 

Bellew, Grattan-, Sir Henry Christopher, 
Bart., of Mount Bellew, co. Gal way, 
Ireland: (1) An arm in armour em- 
bowed ppr., charged with a crescent 
for difference, grasping in the hand 
a sword l)pr., pommel and hilt or (for 
Bellew). 234. 4. (2) A dove ppr., 
holding in its dexter claw a sceptre and 
standing on a tun or (jar Grattan). 
Tout d'en haut. 248. 7 

Bellewe of Newstead, Lines, a buck's 
head erased or, guttee-de-larmes, the 
dexter attire arg., the sinister az., 
guttee counterchanged. cj. 121. 2 

Belli of Courtlands, Surrey, on the battle- 
ments of a tower gu., a lion rampant 
erm., holding in the dexter fore-paw a 
sword erect ppr., pommel and hilt or, 
the dexter hind-paw resting on a cal- 
trap of the last. Per acuta belli. 

Bellingham, Lines and Yorks, a buck's 
head couped arg., on a branch twisted 
or and az., leaved vert. 

Bellingham, Ireland, a stag's head erased 
sa., attired or, charged with a fleur- 
de-lis of the Icist. cf. 120. 5 

Bellingham, Sir Alan Henry, Bart., of 
Castle Bellingham, co. Louth, Ireland, 
a buck's head couped or. Amicus 
amico. — Ainsi il est. 121. 5 

Bellingham of Brumby, Lines and Sussex, 
a stag's head arg., attired or, gorged 
with a chaplet vert. 120. ? 



BEN 

Bellingham, Bart, (extinct), of Hilsington, 
Westml., a stag's head erased az., 
attired or. 121. 2 

Bellingham of Orston, Wilts, a demi-buck 
supporting a banner charged with the 
family arms, viz., arg. on a pile or, 
between two bugle-horns sa., stringed 
or, two boar's heads couped in chief 
sa., and in base a rose gu., stalked and 
leaved vert. 

Bellingham of Hissington, a bugle-horn 
arg. 228. II 

Bellis, a hand in armour, holding a holly- 
branch, all ppr. 209. 14 

Bellismo, out of water the top of a spear 
in pale, sustaining on its point a 
dolphin naiant. 140. 10 

Bellomont, a cross moline lozenge- 
jjierced gu. cf. 165. 11 

Bellot, a fox's head erased sa. 33. S 

Belmore, Earl (Lowry-Corry) : (I) A cock 
ppr. {for Carry). 91. 2. (2) A garland 
of laurel vert between two branches of 
the same (/or Lotwy). 257.12. Virtus 
semper viridis. 

Belmour, a griffin's head. 66. i 

Beloe, an ancient Greek lyre or, the 
chords arg., the band gu., garnished of 
the first. Vita et pectore puro. 

Belper, Baron (Strutt), in front of rays 
of the sun ppr., a cu'oit arm erect, 
vested, bendy of six or and sa., cuffed 
arg., holding in the hand a roll of papir 
ppr. Propositi tenax. 248. J 

Belsches, see Belches. 

Belsches-Wisheart, on a chapeau a trunk 
of an oak-tree eradicated, sprouting out 
branches with leaves ppr. Rcvirescit. 
—Fulget. 

Belsches of that ilk, a greyhound's head 
couped arg., collared az. Fulget virtus 
intaminata. 

Belshes, Invermay, a horse's head couped 
arg., bridled gu. Keep tryst. — Rc- 
vercscit. 51-5 

Belson, a hand holding a key in bend 
sinister. 217. 7 

Belstede, Belsted, Belstide, or Beltead, 
Norf., aseax az., hilted or. 171. 2 

Belt of Boasall Hall, Yorks, on a mount 
vert, a cross pattee fitchee in pale gu. 
cf. 166. 3 

Beltolt or BeltoftS, a cock sa., beaked, 
combed, and wattled gu. 91. 2 

Beltoft or BeltoftS, Lines, out of a ducal 
coronet a hand holding a sword, all 
ppr. 212. II 

Belvale, two arms in armour embowed, 
holding in the hands a heart inflamed 
ppr. 194. 7 

Belward, a pheon sa. 174. 11 

Belyn, Chesh., a unicorn's head erased 
arg., armed or, charged on the neck 
\vith four bars gu. cf. 49. 7 

Bempde, a winged spur. III. 12 

Ben and Benne of Newport-Cranley, 
Surrey, an heraldic tiger passant erm., 
ducally gorged and tufted or. cf. 25. 5 

Benbow of Newport, Shropsh., a harpy 

close or, the face ppr., the head 

wreathed with a chaplet of flowers gu. 

cf. 189. I 

Bence of Aldborough, Benhall, and Kings- 
Held, Suff., a tower arg., charged with 
a fret gu. cf. i <ib. 2 

Bence, Edward Starkie, Kentwell Hall, 
Suff., a tower or, charged with a fret 
gu. Virtus castellum meum. 



BEN 

Bence of Thcrington, Suff., a castle 

triple-towered. FirtJM castellum meum. 

cf. 15?- 8 

Bence-Lambert, Colonel Guy Lenox, 
C.M.G., of Thorington Hall, Darshani, 
Suff., a centaur ppr., charged on the 
shoulder with a cross crosslet or. Ut 
quocunquc paratns. 

Bender, a stag's head cabossed, between 
the attires a bugle-horn strung, all 
arg. cf. 122. 5 

Bendall, Middx., a demi-lion double- 
queued az., holding an anchor ppr. 

cf. 12. 12 

Bendlowes, Essex, a centaur with bow 
and arrow, all or. 53. 2 

Bendyshe, Rev. Richard, of Harrington, 
Cambs, and Bendish of Steeple- 
Bamstead, Essex, out of a ducal coronet 
or, a talbot'a head, all or. Utrague 



57. 12 

Bene, a buck's head erased, per pale em- 
battled, holding in the mouth a rose 
slip ppr., thereon three roses arg. 

Benegall, a battering-ram fesseways. 

Benett of Norton Bavant and Westbury, 
Wilts, out of a mural coronet or, a 
lion's head arg., charged with a mullet, 
also or. rf. 19. 12 

Benett, Wilts, a demi-lion rampant gu., 
holding between the paws a bezant. 

II. 7 

Benett, Staffs, a horse's head arg. 

cf. 50. 13 

Benge, an eagle displayed ppr. 

75- 2 

Benger, Kent, a cockatrice per pale or 
and vert, wings expanded counter- 
cliaiiged. 68. 6 

Bengough, Rev. Edward Stuart, M.A., 
of the Rectory, Hemingby, Horn- 
castle, two crosses pattee arg., thereon 
resting a lion's head erased sa., charged 
with an ermine spot or. Per acuta 
belli. 

Bengough, Major - General Harcourt 
Mortimer, C.B., of The Beech House, 
Whitwell, Herts, same crest and 
motto. 

Benhan, Bengham, or Benham, a chart 
ppr. 159. II 

Benjamin, on a chapeau a flame of fire, 
all ppr. 180. 10 

Benley, a sand-glass gu. I77- 15 

Benn, Joseph, Esquire, of Horton Grange, 
Bradford, Yorks, on a wreath of the 
colours an alpaca's head couped at the 
neck between two sprigs of oak fructed 
ppr. Cura atque industria. 125.2 

Benn, William Henry, Esquire, of Willas- 
ton, Harrogate, same crest and motto. 

Benne, London, an heraldic tiger passant 
erni., ducally gorged and tufted or. 

Bennet, a ship in full sail ppr. 160. 13 

Bennet, Earl 0! Tankerville, see Tanker- 
ville. 

Bennet of London, a double scaling- 
ladder or. 15S. 12 

Bennet, Norf., two dolphins, the one or, 
the other arg., entwined in saltier, erect 
on their tails. 1 40. 3 

Bennet, a Cornish chough ppr. 107. 14 

Bennet of London, on a mount vert, a 
martin ppr. 

Bennet of Laleston, Glamorgansh., a 
goat's head erased sa. Aut minquam 
tentes, mil perfice. 128. 5 



47 

Bennet of Grubet, Bart., a hand issuing 
out of a cloud ppr., holding a cross 
pattee fitched gu. Benedictua qui 
tollil crucem. 223. 6 

Bennet, a dexter hand holding a cross 
pattee fitched gu. Bcnedir.ius qui 
iollit crucem. 221. 12 

Bennet, Ireland, an arm couped at the 
elbow, holding a thistle slipped, all 



ppr. 



218. 



Bennet, Scotland, a demi-lion holding in 
its dexter paw a cross crosslet fitched. 
Benediclus qui tolli! cruceyn. 11. 10 

Bennet, Scotland, a demi-lion holding in 
the dexter paw a cross pattee gu. 

Bennet of Abington, out of a mural 
coronet or, a lion's head gu., charged 
with a bezant. cf. 19. 1 2 

Bennet of Steeple- Ashton, Wilts, a demi- 
lion rampant arg., crowued or, support- 
ing a tower ppr. 

Bennet, Leigh-, Henry Cmrie, of Thorpe 
Place, Smrey, out of a mural coronet or, 
a lion's head gu. Dux vitoe ratio. 

cf. 19. 12 

Bennet of Rougham Hall, Suff., and 
of Tollesbury, Essex, out of a mural 
coronet or, a lion's head gu., charged 
on the neck with a bezant. Bene 
tenax. cf. 19. 12 

Bennett of Thorpe Place, Surrey, out of 
a mural coronet or, a lion's head gu., 
charged with a bezant. Dux vita: 
ratio. cf. 19. 12 

Bennett, William, Esquire, of Bank 
House, Grimsby, in front of a demi- 
lion or, gorged with a collar invected 
gu., holding between the paws a bezant, 
an escallop surmounting two branches 
of oak fructed in saltire ppr. Deo 

Bennett of Bennett's Court, Ireland, out 
of a mural coronet or, a demi-lion 
rampant arg., holding in the dexter paw 
a bezant. Serve the King. 

Bennett, Surrey and Berks, out of a 

mural coronet or, a lion's head gu., 

charged on the neck with a bezant. 

cf. 19. 12 

Bennett of Faringdon, Berks, a lion's 
head charged with a bezant. Dc hon 
valoir servir le roi. cf. 21. I 

Bennett, a demi-lion rampant gu., hold- 
ing in the dexter paw a bezant. 

Bennett of Finsbury, a demi-hon rampant 
or, holding in its dexter paw a bezant. 

Bennett, Jackson-, John Charles, Es- 
quire : (i) Out of a mural coronet or, 
a demi-lion rampant arg., holding 
between the paws a bezant (for Bennett) 
cf. II. 7. (2) An arm embowed in 
armour, the hand grasping a battle- 
axe, all ppr., the arm charged with a 
mullet gu. (for Jackson). Serve the 
king. cf. 200. 6 

Bennett of Stourton, Stourbridge, on a 
mount vert, a horse's head couped arg., 
pierced through the neck by an arrow, 
in bend sinister, point downwards, ppr. 
Irrevocabile. 

Bennett, Glamorgansh., a goat's head 
erased sa., bearded and dou'ole armed 
or, langued gu. Aut nunquam tentes, 
aut perfice. 

Bennett of WiUaston Hall, Chesh., and 
Bedstone, Shropsh., on a mount vert, 
a greyhound passant or, collared gu., 
studded arg. Debon vovloir sen ir leroij. 



BEN 

Bennett of Pyt House, Wilts, on a whelk- 
shell or, a Cornish chough sa., beaked 
and legged gu. Nihi consulit Deus. 

Bennett, Newcastle, a castle or, with fire 
flaming therefrom ppr., charged with 
three pellets. cf. 155. 9 

Bennett of Dublin, an arm couped at the 
elbow, holding in the hand a thistle, 
all ppr. 218. 2 

Bennie, Benny, Benzie, or Binnle, Scot- 
land, a horse's head bridled ppr. 
Virtttte et opera. 51-5 

Benning, a demi-horse saddled and 
bridled. cf. 53. 6 

Benningham, Ireland, a horse at full 
speed with the point of a broken spear 
in its mouth. cf. 52. 8 

Bennion, ate Benyon. 

Bennis, Dubhn, a dexter hand couped at 
the wrist, lying fesseways and grasping 
a reaping-hook, all ppr. 

Bennitt, William Ward, Esquire, of 
Stokegreen House, Slough, Bucks, 
upon a mount vert, a horse's head 
couped arg., pierced through the neck 
by an arrow in bend sinister, point 
downwards ppr. Irrevocabile. 

Benolt, a stag current ppr. cf. 118. 13 

Benon of Aldington, Sussex, on a mount 
vert, a griffin segreant, wings elevated 
arg. cf. 62. 2 

Bensay, Berks, a horse saddled and 
bridled. Virtute et opera. 52. 4 

Bense or Benst, a sea-lion holding a cross 
patonce. 20. 4 

Bensley, Bart., of Marylebone, a dexter 
hand holding a plume of ostrich- 
feathers. 

Bensley or Bensly, a sand-glass gu. 

177-15 

Benson, a bear's head erased ppr., 
muzzled and coUared or. c/. 35. 2 

Benson of Utterby, Lines, a bear's head 
erased arg., muzzled gu. Inconcussa 
virtus. 35- 2 

Benson, General Robson, 15, Lansdown 
Crescent, Bath, in front of a bear's 
head couped sa., gorged with a collar 
and muzzled or, two crosses pattee, 
also or. cf. 34. 14 

Benson, a bear's head erased arg., 
collared and muzzled gu., and holding 
in the mouth a trefoil slipped of the 
last. Fay bicn, crain rien. cf. 35. 2 

Benson, Robert Hugh, Esquire, a bear's 
head arg., ereised gu., gorged with a 
coUar gemel, and muzzled of the second, 
and holding in the mouth a trefoil 
slipped in bend sa. Fay bien crain, 
rien. 

Benson, Arthur Christopher, Esquire, of 
Eton College, Windsor, same crest and 
motto. 
Benson, Edward Frederick, Esquire, 

same crest and motto. 

Benson of Baysbrown and Hawkshead, 

Lanes, a bear's head erased arg., 

muzzled, gorged with a collar, and 

pendent therefrom an escutcheon az., 

charged with a trefoil or. Si Deus 

quis contra. cf. 35. 2 

Benson of Dublin, a bear's head couped 

ppr., muzzled and collared with a 

chaplet of cinquefoils or. cf. 34. 14 

Benson, Thomas Starling, Esquire, of 

North Cray Place, Kent, the sun 

rising from clouds ppr., in front a 

demi-lion gu., charged on the shoulder 



BEN 

with a trefoil arg., the sinister paw 
resting on an escutcheon az., thereon 
a bear's head erased of the third, 
collared and muzzled, also gu. Opes 
parit industria. 14. 6 

Benson, George Vere, M.A., barrister-at- 
law, a demi-lion rampant, holding in 
the dexter paw a mullet of fire points. 
Miieris succurrere. 
Benson, a talbot's head erased arg., 
ducally crowned or. 56. 9 

Benson, the sun surmounted by a rain- 
bow, each end of the latter issuing out 
of clouds, all ppr. 
Benson, Ralph Beaumont, of Lutwyche, 
Shropsh., a miUtary long-tailed chest- 
nut horse, maned and tailed sa., richly 
caparisoned, bitted and bridled ppr., 
the saddle-cloth az., the girth arg., 
and suspended round the neck a shield, 
also az., charged with a pine-apple 
ppr. Leges arma tenent sanctas com- 
mercia leges. 
Bensted, Benstead, Benst, or Bense, a 
sea-lion holding a cross patonce. 

20. 4 

Bent of Bafsford, Staffs, a demi-lion az., 

holding between its paws a bezant. 

Nee temere, ncc timide. n- 7 

Bent, a demi-lion az., holding between 

its paws a bezant. Nee temere, nee 

timide. 1 1 ■ 7 

Bent, a derai-lion az., holding between 

its paws a lozenge arg. cf. 13. 1 

Bent of Wrexham Lodge, Bucks, a 

demi-lion rampant, per fesse az. and 

gu., gorged with a collar indented, and 

holding between its paws a bull's 

head cabossed or. Tntamen Detui. 

Benthall or De Benthall of Benthall, 

Shropsh., on a ducal coronet or, a 

leopard statant arg., spotted sa. 

Bentham, a Uon rampant arg. i- 13 

Bentham, on a cross fleury fitched 

quarterly gu. and arg., between two 

wings of the first, each charged with a 

rose of the second, seeded or, barbed 

vert, the sun also or. 112. 7 

Bentick, a chevaher standing beside his 

horse holding the bridle, all ppr. 

53- II 

il, all ppr. 

160. 13 

Bentjnck, see Portland, Duke of. 
Bentinck, Henry Aldenburg, of Terring- 
ton St. Clement, Norf., and of Indio, 
Bovey Tracey, Devonsh., out of a 
ducal coronet or, two arms couuter- 
embowed, nested gu., on the hands 
gloves or, each holding an ostrich- 
feather arg. 203. 2 
Bentinck, Count (William Charles Philip 
Otho Bentinck), out of a ducal coronet 
or, two arms counter-embowed, rested 
gu., on the hands gloves, also or, each 
holding an ostrich-feather arg. 203. 2 
Bentley of Birch House, I.aucs, a wolf j 
rampant erm., ducally gorged or. I 
Benigno numine. cf. 28. 2 I 
Bentley, a spaniel dog passant arg. Virc [ 
tit vivas. <^f- 57- 7 \ 
Bentley, .James, Esquire, of Highbury 
Place, Middx., a talbot passant arg!. 
supporting with the dexter fore-paw 
an escutcheon of the arms, viz., or, 
on a bend cotised sa., a lion's face 
between two chaplets of oak of the 
field. I 



Bentick, a ship at sea i 



full ; 



48 

Bentley, Edward. Esquire, of Ely Place, 

London, a talbot passant arg., the 

dexter paw resting on an antique 

shield vair, charged with an annulet or 

Bentley, Richard, Esquire, of Upton, 

near Slough, Bucks, same crest Fide 

el fiducia. 

Bentley, a demi-lion rampant. 10. 2 

Bentley, a demi-lion rampant grasping 

a thunderbolt or. 
Benton, Wilts, on a mount vert, a lamb 

carrying a flag az. 131. I 

Benton, a griffin's head erased arg. 66. 2 

Benvil or Benvill, a demi-swan rising 

ppr. 100. 9 

Benweil or Benwell, a greyhound sejant, 

collared, with wings addorsed. 59. 9 

Benwell of Oxford and London, a garb 

or, entwined by a serpent ppr., the 

head issuing through the ears of corn 

to the sinister. cf. 153. i 

Benwin, out of a ducal coronet gu., a 

boar's head erect arg., langued of the 

first. 

Benyngton, Essex, a lion's head erased 

arg., semee of torteaux gu., ducally 

crowned or. 18. 9 

Benyon-De Beauvoir, see De Beauvoir, 

Benyon of Sussex and SuS., on a mount 

vert, a griffin sejant arg. cf. 62. 10 

Benyon, Shropsh., on a mount vert, 

a griffin sejant arg. cf. 62. 10 

Benyon, James Herbert, of Englefield, 

Berks, a griffin sejant or, gorged with an 

Eastern crown gu., holding in the beak 

a Guernsey lily ppr. (for Benyon). 

cf. 62. 10. (2) A lion's head erased 

and murally crowned arg., charged 

with a fesse indented erm. (,for Pel- 

lowes). Vincam. vel moriar. 18.3 

Benzie, Scotland, a horse's head bridled 

ppr. Virtule et opera. 51-5 

Berblock of London, in a guantlet in 

fess ppr., garnished or, lined gu., the 

lower pert of a spear in pale of the 

' second. 

Berdmore or Beardmore, a mitre sa., 

semee of crosses pattee arg., charged 

with a chevron of the last. cf. 1 80. 5 

Bere, Kent, and Oakenham, Berks, on a 

garb in fess or, a bird sa. 

Bere, Richard, Timewell House, Devonsh., 

a bear's head erased sa., muzzled or. 

35- 2 

Bere, a heraldic tiger sejant az., bezantee, 

maned and tufted or. 
Berearly, London, a cross potent fitched 

between two wings expanded. 
Bereford, Staffs, an ostrich-head between 
two palm-branches. cf. 96. 10 

Berenger and Beranger, England and 
France, on a mount a tree vert. 

143. 14 
Berens, Kent, a demi-bear salient sa. 

34. 13 

Berens, Richard Benyon, Esquire, of 

Kevington, St. Mary Cray, Kent, a 

demi-bear. Nil nisi cruce. 

Berens, of Spratton Grange, Northamp., 

a demi-bear erect, holding between the 

paws a sword, all ppr. Dens protector 

mem. cf. 34. 13 

Bereseth, a griffin's head erased ppr., 

collared or. cf. 66. 2 I 

Beresford, Marquess ol Waterford, see 

Waterford. 
Beresford, Baron Decies, Ireland, see 
Decies. I 



BER 

Beresford-Ash, William Randall Hamil- 
ton, Esquire, of Ashbrook, Derry : 

(1) A squirrel sejant ppr., holding in 
its paws a trefoil slipped vert (for Ash). 

(2) A dragon's head erased vert, 
pierced through the neck with a broken 
tilting-spear, the point thrust through 
the upper jaw, all ppr., a crescent or 
for difference (for Beresford). Nil nisi 
cruce. 

Beresford-Massy, John George, Macbie 
HaU, Peebles: (i) Out of a ducal 
coronet or, a bull's head gu., armed sa., 
charged with a martlet of the first 
(for Massy), cf. 44. 11. (2) A dragon's 
head erased az., charged with a cres- 
cent or, and pierced through the neck 
with a broken spear, the broken point 
thrust through the upper jaw, also or, 
and on an escroll above the crest the 
motto Nil nisi cruce. Pro-libertale 
patriae. 
Beresford, Viscount and Baron (Beresford 
— extinct), out of a mural coronet or, a 
dragon's head per fesse wavy az. and 
gu., pierced through the neck with a 
broken tilting-spear in bend of the 
first, and holding the upper part of 
the spear in the mouth. Nil nisi 
cruce. 
Beresford, Charles Edward de la Poer, 
Esquire, a dragon's head erased arg., 
pierced through the neck with a broken 
spear or, point arg., thrust through the 
upper jaw. Nil nisi cruce. 
Beresford, William James Montgomery, 

Esquire, same crest and motto. 
Beresford, Ralph Barre de la Poer, 
Esquire, of Learmont, co. LondondeiTy, 
same crest and motto. 
Beresford, Jlostynde de la Poer, of 76, 
Jermyn Street: (i) Same crest as 
above. (2) A stag's head cabossed 
ppr., attired or, between the horns a 
crucifix of the last. Nil nisi cruce. 
Beresford, Pack-: (i) Issuant from a 
mural crown or, a dragon's head per 
fess wavy arg. and gu., the lower part 
of the neck transfixed by a broken 
spear, in the mouth the remaining 
part of the spear, the point upwards 
or (for Beresford). (2) A mural crown 
arg., and issuing therefrom a Uon's head 
gu., gorged with a wreath or (for Pack). 
Nil ni-ii cruce. 
Beresford-Peirse, Sir Henry Monson de 
la Poer, Bart., of Bedale Hall, Yorks : 
(I) A cross crosslet fitchee or, sur- 
mounted with a mural crown gu. (for 
Peirse). 279. 5. (2) Out of a naval 
crown or, a dragon's head per fess 
wavy arg. and gu., the lower part of 
the neck transfixed with a broken 
tilting-spear, and in the mouth the 
remaining part of the spear, point 
upwards of the first (for Beresford). 
Non sine pulvere palma. — Nil nisi 
cruce. 279. 6 

Beresford, Kent, and Bentley, Derbysh., 
a dragon's head erased az., pierced 
through the neck with a broken spear 
or, part of same in the mouth, headed 
arg. 
Beresford, Charles William, surgeon, 
Markgate House, Narborough, Leics., 
same crest. Nil nisi cruce. 
Beresford, Major-General John Beresford, 
of Craig Dhu Varren. Portrush, co. 



BER 

Antiini. an arm vambraced ppr., the 
hand bare, holding a pheon thereof 
gu. Viribus virtus. 
Beresford - Drummond, Francis Cole- 
hrool;e. Esquire, a falcon, wings ex- 
panded, hooded, jessed, and belled 
ppr.. charged on the breast with a 
nuiUet or. Lord have mercy. 
Beresford, a dolphin hauriant. 140. 11 
Berey of Croston, Lanes, between two 
wings erm., an eagle's head couped or. 

Bergaigne or Bergaine,a demi-lion holding 
in its dexter paw a sword arg. 14. i.: 

Berger, a lion's gamb erased sa., holding 
a dagger ppr. 38. S 

Bergne-Coupland, Alexander Hugh, Es- 
quire, of Skellingthorpe Hall, Lincoln : 
(i) A swan, wings addorsed arg., 
semce of escallops gu., and resting 
the dexter foot on a like escallop (/( 
Coupland). c). gg. 7. (2) A demi-Uon 
gu., gorged with a collar gemelle or, 
holding in the dexter paw two arrows 
saltirewise, points downwards ppr., and 
resting the sinister paw on a fleur-de- 
lis az. (for Bergne). JSqiio adeslc animo. 

Beridge, Rev. Basil James Harold, 
Gosfield Place, Essex, in front of a 
bear's head erased sa., three escallops 
inverted or. In solo Deo salus. 249. 1 3 

Berifle, of Colchester, Essex, out of a 
mural coronet gu., a demi-lion ram- 
pant or, ducally crowned of the first, 
and holding in its dexter paw a trefoil 
slipped vert. 

Beriffe, Essex, in grass vert, a beaver 
pa.ssant ppr., collared or. cf. 134. 4 

Beringer, Bucks and Hants, a stem of 
holly-tree raguled and trunked lying 
fesseways sprouting out a branch in 
pale, leaved and fructed, all ppr. 

Beringham or Berringham, Worcs., a 
cross moline az. 165. II 

Beringham, an arm in armour embowed 
holding in the hand a spiked club, all 
ppr. <-/. 199- 2 

Berington of Winsley, Heref., and of 
Little Malvern Court, Worcs., a grey- 
hound's head couped arg., gorged 
with a collar gu. 61. 2 

Berington, Chesh., out of a ducal coronet 
or, a greyhound's head arg., collared 
gu. c/. 61. 7 

Berington, Brad well, Chesh., out of a 
ducal coronet or, a greyhound's head 
arg., collared gu., charged with three 
plates. c/. 61. 7 

Berkeley, Roland Comyns. of Cotheridge, 
Worcs., a bear's head couped arg., 
muzzled gu. Dieu avec nous. 34. 14 

Berkeley, Maurice Henry, Esquire, of 
St. Cloud, Worcs., same crest and 
motto. 

Berkeley, Thomas Mowbray Martin, 
p]s(iuire, same crest and motto. 

Berkeley, Robert Valentine, of Spetchley, 
Worcs., same crest and motto. 

Berkeley, Comyns, M.R.C.P., 53, Wim- 
pole Street, W., same crest and motto. 

Berkeley, a unicorn passant gu., armed 
and crined or. ef. 48. 5 

Berkeley, Earl of. Viscount Dursley 

(Rt. Hon. Randal Thomas Jloreton 
Berkeley), a mitre gu., labelled and 
garnished or, charged with a chevron 
between ten crosses pattee, six and 
four, arg. Dieu avec nous. cf. 1 80. 5 



Bermingham, i 
Bermingham 1 



49 

Berkenhead, out of a ducal coronet a 
hand holding a sheath of arrows, points 
downward, all ppr. 214. 2 

Berkhead, Crestwhite, Cumb., a goat's 
head erased, party per fess or and 
gu., attired sa. 128. 5 

Berkhead or Berkenhead, a goat salient 
arg., attired or, resting the dexter 
fore-foot on a garb of the last. 

Berkley, a unicorn passant gu., armed 
and crined or. cf. 48. 5 

Berkley, a bear's head couped arg., 
nuizzlod gu. 34- 14 

Bermingham, an heraldic antelope's head 
erased arg., maned and attired or. 

cf. 127. 10 
owl erm., crowned or. 

cf. 96. 5 

d Birmingham, Warw., 

bs in saltier sa. 39. 14 

'or ! Bernall, a demi-lion rampant gu. 10. 2 

Bernard, a bear passant ppr., muzzled 
or. cf. 34. I 

Bernard of Nettleham, Lines, and Nether 
Winchendon, Bucks, a demi-bear sa., 
muzzled and collared or. Bear and 
forbear. 307- H 

Bernard, Hunts, a demi-bear sa., muzzled 
and collared or. Nisi paret imparat. 
307. 14 

Bernard, John Mackay, Esquire, of Dun- 
sirman and Buttergask, Perth, a demi- 
bear arg., muzzled and lined gu. Bear 
and forbear. 

Bernard, Dr. Charles John, Skegness, 
Lincolnshire, a demi-bear rampant 
muzzled and collared. Bear and for- 
heir. 307. 14 

Bernard, Earl of Bandon, and Viscount 
Bernard, Castle Bernard, Bandon, 
Ireland, a demi-lion arg., holding a 
snake ppr. Virtus probata florebit. 

cf. 9. 14 

Bernard, of Palace Anne, Ireland, a 
demi-lion arg., holding between its 
paws a snake ppr. Virtus probata 
florebit. cf. 9. 14 

Bernard, Percy Broderic, Castle Harket, 
Tuam, same crest and motto. 

Berners of Tharfield, Herts, a monkey 
ppr., collared about the loins and lined 
or. cf. 136. 8 

Berners, Charles Hugh, of Woolverstone 
Park, Suff., a monkey ppr., environed 
about the loins and lined or, holding 
a scroll with the motto Del fuego lo 
avola. cf- 136. 8 

Bernes, Cambs, a leopard passant arg., 
spotted sa., collared and lined or. 

cf. 24. 2 

Berney, Sir Henry Hanson, Bart., of 
Parkhall, Norf., a plume of ostrich- 
feathers arg., and gu. alternately. Nil 
temere, neque timore. 251. 6 

Berney, Thomas, Clifton House, Bramley 
Hill, Croydon, same crest. 

Berney, Augustus, Esquire, of Bracon 
Hall, Norf., out of a ducal coronet a 
plume of five ostrich-feathers arg. 
Xil temere, neque timore. 

Berney of Kirkbedoe, Norf., same crest 
and motto. 

Berney, an eagle's head ppr., gorged with 

an Eastern coronet or, and in the 

mouth a palm-branch vert, between 

two wings erm. 

Berney, Norf., a sheaf of reeds or. 

cf. 15 



BER 

Bernheim, a fleur-de-lis, on the top three 
grass-spires, each containing seven 
piles gu. 

Bernil and Birnall, a greyhound's head 

between two roses stalked and leaved. 

61. II 

Berns of Soham, Cambs, an ounce arg., 
spotted sa., collared and chained or. 
cf. 24. 12 

Berondon and Berondowne, Northumb., 
a unicorn ranipant ppr. 48. 2 

Berowe and Berew, Glouc, a sea-horse's 
head erased sa., bezantee, maned and 
finned or. 

Berreton, out of a ducal coronet a bear's 
head and neck muzzled. 34. 3 

Berrey, a hand holding a dagger. 21 J. 3 

Berriedale, Lord, see Caithness, Earl of. 

Berring, out of a ducal coronet or, a 
greyhound's head ppr. 61.7 

Berringham, see Beringham. 

Berrington, Arthur Vendigaid Davies, 
Esquire, J.P., D.L., of Pant-y-Goitre, 
Abergavenny : ( i ) An estoile gu. {for 
Berrington). 164. i. (2). A wolf salient 
arg. {for Davies). Solem fero. 

cf. 28. I 

Berry or Berrie, Westerbogie, Scotland, 
a demi-lion gu., holding in the dexter 
paw a cross crosslet titched az. In hoc 
signo vinres. 232. 3 

Berry, William, Esquire, of Tayfield, Fife, 
Scotland, a demi-lion rampant gu., 
armed and langued az., holding in his 
dexter paw a cross crosslet fitchee, 
also az. In hoc signo vinces. — Uesper- 
ance tne com forte. H- 5 

Berry, Robert, of 5, University Gardens, 
Glasgow, same crest and motto. 

Berry of Ballynegall, Westmeath -. (i) A 
griffin's head and neck per pale in- 
dented gu. and arg., charged with a 
trefoil count«rchanged {for Berry), 
cf. 66. I. (2) A demi-lion rampant az., 
holding between his paws an escallop 
or {for Gibbons). Nihil sine labo^e. 

13. 10 

Berry, Henry F., Assistant Keeper of the 
Records in Ireland, and Colonel 
Edward Ring Berry, a griffin's head 
erased arg., and charged on the neck 
with three torteaux in pale. Ne cede 
malis. cf. 66. 2 

Berry, Edward Ring, Esquire, of 2, Hyde 
Park Gate, South Kensington, S.W., 
same crest and motto. 

Berry, Henry Fitzpatrick, Esquire, of 
60, Moreharapton Road, Dublin, same 
crest. 

Berry of Berry-Narbor, Devonsh., a 
griffin's head erased per pale, indented 
arg. and gu. 66. 2 

Berry, William Bertram, Esquire, of 
Kersewell, Carnwath, Lanarksh., a 
ram's head ppr., issuing from an 
antique crown or. J'avance. 

Berry, an eagle's bead ppr., gorged with 
an Eastern coronet or, in the beak a 
laurel slip vert. 

Berry, Bart, {extinct), of Catton, Norf., 
between two wings elevated erm., an 
eagle's head couped ppr., gorged with 
an Eastern crown or, in the beak a 
palm-branch ppr. Per ardua. 

Berry, out of an Eastern coronet or, a 
demi-talbot rampant ppr. 

Berry, between the horns of a crescent 
or, a cross pattee gu. 163. 6 

4 



BER 

Berry, Henrj, Esquire, of Esbald House, 
Kothwell, Yorks, in front of a demi- 
gryphon arg., holding between the 
claws a fret gu., a like fret. Vincit 
omnia Veritas. 

Beiryman, Devonsh., a horse's head 
erased sa. 50- 8 

Bertie, a savage's head couped at 
shoulders ppr., dueally crowned or. 
Loi/au'e in oblige. 19^-9 

Bertie, Earl of Lindsey, see Lindsey. 

Bertie, Earl of Abingdon, see Abingdon. 

Bertie-Greatheed, ste Greatheed. 

Bertie, Bart., of Kether Hall, Essex, a 
man's head affrontee couped at the 
shoulders ppr., dueally crowned or, 
charged on the breast with a sinister 
bendlet wavy gobony arg. and az. 
Loyaule in oblige. 

Beitie, a pear-tree frueted ppr. 144. I o 

Bertles or Bertleys, Che=h.. a lion ram- 
pant az., holding a tree erased at the 
roots ppr. 

Bertram, a bull's head erased ppr., 
dueally gorged or. 44; 2 

Bertram of Grafford, Jersey, a demi-lion 
arg. lo. 2 

Bertram of Grouville, Jersey, a demi-lion 
arg., holding between its paws an 
escutcheon of the arms, viz., or, an 
orle az. 

Bertram of Nisbet, co. Roxburgh, Scot- 
land, issuing out of an antique crown 
or, a ram's head ppr. J'avance. 

cf. 130. 8 

Bertram, William, Esquire, of Kersewell, 
Carnwath, co. Lanark, a ram's liead 
ppr., issuing from an antique crown or. 

Bertram, Julius, of Sishes, Stevenage, 
Herts, an eagle displayed sa., holding 
in the mouth a fleur-de-lis or, and in 
each claw a chaplet of roses gu., leaved, 
also or. Aquila non capit muscas. 

Bertrand, a hand holding a pistol ppr. 

221. 8 

Bertwhistle, a dolphin naiant ppr. 140. 5 

Berwick, Duke of, see Fitzjames. 

Berwick, Baron (Xoel-HiU) : (i) On the 
battlements of a tower ppr., a hind 
statant arg., collared and chained or 
Uor Hill). 124. 10. (2) A buck at 
gaze arg., attired or {/or Nod). 1 1 7- 3- 
(3) A stag's head caboshed .sa., holding 
in the mouth a sprig of oak ppr. (for 
Haru-ood). Qui utiscilti bona. c/. 122.5 

Berwick, Lanes, two ears of wheat in 
saltier ppr. 1 54. 4 

Bery of Biu-y, Devonsh., a griffin's liead 
erased party per pale indented arg. 
and gu. 66. 2 

Bery or Barry of Winscot, Devonsh., a 
wolf's head erased sa. 30. 8 

Besant, Philip Eustace, Esquire, of 
Frognal End, Hampstead, N.W., is- 
suant from clouds ppr., a palm-tree 
or, thereto attached by a chain, gold, 
and resting on the WTeath an esco- 
cheon sa., charged with two bezants in 
pale. 

Beseley, Lanes and "iforks, an arm in 
armour embowed, resting on the elbow, 
couped at the shoulder, holding a club, 
aU ppr. 199.4 

Beseley, Yorks, a castle triple-towered 
arg., on the centre tower a standard 
floating to the sinister sa., charged 
with a saltier of the first. cf. 155. 8 



50 

Beseley, Besley, or Besly, a lion rampant 
holding between his paws a ducal 
coronet. 3- 6 

Beseley, Besley, or Besly, out of a mural 
coronet two brandies of palm in saltier, 
surmounted by a spear in pale ppr. 

175- I 

Besiles or Besills, a hand holdmg a 
bunch of grapes, all ppr. 219.6 

Besley and Besly, see Beseley. 

Besly, see Wood-Besly. 

Besney, Heref., out of a ducal coronet a 
demi-griftin arg. 64. 4 

Besook, on a mural coronet a beaver 
passant ppr. (Ayiother, statant.) 

<•/• 134- 8 

Bessborough, Earl (Ponsonby), in a ducal 
coronet az., three arrows, one in pale 
and two in saltire, points downwards, 
entwined by a snake ppr. Pro rege 
lege grege. 173-2 

Bessell, a demi-lion affrontee, in each 
paw a slip of columbine ppr., flowered 
purp. 

Bessemer, the late Sir Henry, Knt., Knight 
Commander of the Austrian Order of 
St. Francis Joseph, and Knight Grand 
Cross of the Legion of Honour of 
France, of Denmark Hill, Surrey, a 
demi-griffin az., charged with three 
fleur-de-lis chevronwise or, supporting 
a torch erect fired ppr. Onward ever. 

Best, Baron Wynford, see Wynford. 
Best- Fairfax, Kent, out of a mural 

coronet or, an ostrich issuant arg., 
holding in its beak a cross crosslet of 
the first. 

Best, out of a mural coronet or, an 
ostrich-head arg., holding in the beak 
a cross crosslet of the first. 

Best, Kent, out of a ducal coronet or, an 
ostrich-head between two wings arg., 
holding in the beak a cross crosslet of 
the first. cf. 97. 1 1 

Best, Glouc. and Kent, out of a ducal 
coronet or, an ostrich-head between 
two wings arg. cf. 97. 1 1 

Best of Chibton, Kent, out of a mural 
coronet or, a demi-ostrich issuant arg., 
holding in the beak a cross crosslet 
filched or. 

Best, Major Mawdistly Gaussen, of Park 
House, Boiley, Kent, same crest. Sola 
cruce. 

Best, London, a peacock with wings 
elevated or, holding in the beak a 
serpent reflesed over the back az. 

Best, London and Kent, out of a ducal 
coronet gu., a demi-peacock, the wings 
displayed or, holding in the beak a 
snake ppr., entwined round the body. 

Best of Eastbiury, Surrey, a griffin's 

head erased sa. Havd nomine tantum. 

66. 5 

Best, a griffin's head erased sa. 66. 5 

Best of Elmswell, Little Driffield, and 
South Dalton, Y'orks, a cubit arm 
vested gu. and cuffed arg., holding a 
falchion ppr. 

Best, Marmaduke Head, of Doimington, 
Berks, a cubit arm vested gu., cuffed 
arg., holding a falchion ppr. Ojitimus 
est qui optime facit. 

Best, Haden-, George Alfred Haden, 
Esquire, of Haden Hill, Rowley Regis, 
Staffs: (i) In front of a rock ppr., 
thereon a pheon az., a boar's head 



BET 

couped or {for Best). 270. 11. (2) In 
front of a cubit arm in armour, the hand 
grasping an arrow in bend sinister, a 
morion, all ppr. (for Haden). 270. 12 

Bestall, a bee erect and volant ppr. 
Utile diilci. 

Beste of Middleton-Quernhow, Yorks, the 
sinister arm of an archer couped and 
embowed in fess, habited gu., holding 
a bow in pale ppr., strung arg. 

cf. 204. II 

Beste, Digby-, of Botleigh Grange, Hants, 
and Abbotsham Court, Devonsh. : 
(i) An archer's arm habited gu., hold- 
ing a bow in pale, strung or (fcyr Besie). 
204. II. (2) An ostrich arg., holding 
in the beak a horse-shoe or (for Digby). 
Solo Deo gloria. 97. 8 

Bestick, a demi-lion rampant az., holding 
between the paws a bezant. In Deo 
srdus. 1 1 . 7 

Bestney, Herts, out of a ducal coronet a 
demi-grifiin arg. 64. 4 

Beston, a demi-talbot holding in the 
mouth an arrow. 55. 10 

Bestoricke or Bestorike, a demi-talbot 
holding in the mouth an arrow. 55. 10 

Bestow, a crescent arg. 163. 2 

Bestroe and Bestrow, an elephant's head 
erased per chevron or and sa., armed 
of the last. 133. 3 

Besville, a dragon's head erased gu. 

cf. 71. 2 

Beswick, London and Kent, a demi-lion 
ppr., holding between its paws a 
bezant. n- 7 

Beswick of Beswick, Kent, a demi-lion 
ppr., double-queued, holding between 
its paws a bezant. cf. 11. 7 

Beswick of Gristhorpe, Yorks, a demi- 
lion rampant or, holding between its 
paws a bezant. Denique calum. 

II. 7 

Beswick, of Winnington, Chesh., a demi- l| 
lion or, holding between its paws a 
bezant. 11. 7 

Beswicke-Royds, Clement Robert Nuttall, 
Pyke House, Littleborough, Manchester; 
( I ) A leopard sejantsa., bezantee, gorged 
with a collar arg., the dexter fore-paw 
resting on a pheon or (for Royds ). ( 2 ) A 
demi-hon rampant or, holding between 
its paws a bezant (for Beswicke). Semper 
paratus. 

Beswycke, a demi-lion rampant gu., hold- 
ing in the dexter paw a bezant. 

cf. II. 7 

Betagh, Ireland, two anchors in saltier. 

161. 7 

Betagh, a camel's head erased arg., 
bridled gu. cf. 132. 9 

Betenham or Betnam, Kent, a bear's 
head erased sa., muzzled and biUetee 
or. cf. 35. 2 

Betenson, Bettenson, or Betterson, Kent, 
a lion's head erased sa., collared arg. 
Qui sera sera. iS. 6 

Betenson, Devonsh., a griffin's head 
couped ppr. 66. i 

Betham, Bucks, out of a ducal coronet 
or, an elephant's head arg. 133. i 

Bethell, Dorset, a demi-eagle, wings dis- 
played az., charged on the body with 
an ctoile of six points or. cf. So. 2 

Bethell, Heref. and Yorks, between two 
wings displayed az., an eagle's head, 
couped of the same, charged on the 
neck with an etoile or. cf. 84. 2 



BET 

Bethel], Guy Vivian, Esquire, out of a 

crown vallery or, an eagle's head sa. 

between two wings az., and charged 

on the breast with an estoile or. Ap 

Ithel. 250. 3 

Bethell, SHngsby Westbury, Esquire, 

same crest and motto. 
Bethell, Baron Westbury, out of a crown 

■vallery or, an eagle's head sa., between 

two wings az., and charged on the 

breast with an estoile or. Ap Ithel. 

250. 3 
Bethell, William, of Walton Abbey, 

York, out of a ducal coronet or, a 

boar's head couped sa. 41. 4 

Bethell, Alfred James, Esquire, of 

Middlethorpe Lodge, York, same crest. 
Bethell, Commander" George Richard, of 

Sigglesthorne, Hull, same crest and 

motto. 
Bethel!, William, Esquire, of Rise Park, 

Hull, same crest and motto. 
Bethell or Bythell, out of a ducal coronet 

or, a boar's head and neck arg. 41. 4 
Bethome, out of a ducal coronet an 

elephant's head arg. 133. i 

Bethune, Bart., Scotland, an otter's head, 

eraaed ppr. Debonnair. n4. 3 

Bethune, Patton-, of Clayton Priory, 

Burgess Hill, Sussex : (i) A demi-otter 

issuant arg. (jor Bethune). 134. 11. 

(2) Upon two swords saltirewise ppr., 

]>ommels and hilts or, a falcon rising 

arg., guttee-de-larmes (jor Patton). 

VirtiUe adepta. — Debonnaire. 
Bethune, an otter's head couped ppr. 

Urbane. 134. i 

Bethune, Charles Congleton, of Balfour, 

CO. Fife, an otter's head erased arg. 

Debonnair. 134. 3 

Bethune, Scotland, an otter's head couped 

arg. Debonnair. 134. i 

Bethune of Blebo. Scotland, an otter 

issuing arg. Debonnair. 135. 11 

Bethune, Alexander, Esquire, of Blebo. 

Cupar, Fifesh., a demi-otter rampant 

arg. Debonnair 
Bethune of Nethertarvit, a physician's 

quadrangular cap sa. Eesohitio canta. 

Bethune of Great Berwick, Shropsh., a 
demi-lion rampant. Nunquam non 
paratus. 10. 2 

Bathwater, a fawn's head cabossed or. 

Betnam, see Betenham. 

Beton, Beaton, Betton, and Betune, a 
lion passant sa. Fortis in arduis. 6. 2 

Betray, an arm embowed vested gu., 
cuffed arg., holding in the hand ppr. 
a torteau. 

Betson of Glassermount, Scotland, a bee 
volant in pale ppr. Cum prudentia 
sedulus. 137. 2 

Betson of Contle, Scotland, a bridge of 
three arches ppr. Pro patria. 158. 4 

Betsworth, out of a tower arg., a demi- 
lion or, ducally crowned az., holding 
in his dexter paw a battle-axe arg. 

c/. 157. i: 

Bettenson or Bettinson of Seven Oaks, 
Kent, a lion's head erased sa., collared 
arg. Qui sera sera. 18.6 

Bettes, out of a ducal coronet or, a buck's 
head gu., attired of the first, gorged 
with a collar arg., charged with three 
cinquefoils of the second. cf. 120. 7 

Bettes, Hants, out of a ducal coronet or, 
a bull's head arg. 44. 1 1 



of Vere's Watton, Dorset, 
an olive - branch ppr. Non omnis 
morianu 151. 11 

Bettesworth of Tyning, co. Sussex, on the 
stump of a tree vert, a lion sejant per 
fesse or and arg., holding in the dexter 
paw a battle-axe gu., headed of the 
third. 9. 5 

Bettesworth, out of a tower arg., a demi- 
lion rampant per fess or and arg., 
crowned az., holding in tlie paws a 
battle-axe, the handle or, headed arg. 
c/. 157. II 

Betfie or Betty, a goat's head erased and 
collared ppr. cf. 12S. 7 

Bettison, Warw., a lion's head erased sa., 
collared arg. Qui sera sera. 18.6 

Betton of Great Berwick and Overton, 
Shropsh., a demi-lion rampant. Nun- 
quam non paratus. :o. 2 

Betton, see Beton. 

Betts, a leopard passant gardant ppr. 

24. 4 

Betts, Augustine Matthew, of Euthella, 
Goulburn, New South Wales, out of a 
naval coronet arg., a demi-lion gu., 
holding a sail arg., charged with an 
anchor sa. 

Betts of Preston Hall, Kent, out of the 
battlements of a tower ppr., a stag's 
head arg., charged with a cinquefoil 
sa. Oslendo non ostento. cf. 120. 10 

Betts of Wortham Hall, Suff., out of a 
ducal coronet or, a buck's head gu., 
attired of the first. 120. 7 

Bettsworth, out of a tower arg., a demi- 
lion rampant crowned az., holding in 
the paws a battle-axe, handle or, 
headed arg. cf. 157. 11 

Betty, a demi-bon holding in the dexter 
paw a crescent arg. 

Betty, a goat's head erased and collared 
ppr. cf. 1 28. 7 

Betune, a demi-bear rampant. 34. 13 

Betune, see Beton. 

Beufo, a beech-tree with a saw through 
it ppr. 

Beugo, an arm in armour embowed, wield- 
ing a scimitar turned to the dexter, all 
ppr. Qui nos vincet ? — Pro Deo, patria, 
et rege. 

Beuzevill, a lion's head ppr., platee. 

cf. 21. I 

Bevan or Bevin, Comw., a griffin passant 
or. 63. 2 

Bevan of Fosbury, Wilts, and Trent Park, 
Middx., a griffin passant or, semee of 
annulets gu., holding in the dexter 
claw two annulets interlaced, also gu. 
Deus presidium. 63. 5 

Bevan, Roland Yorke, Esquire, same 
crest and motto. 

Bevan, Sydney, Esquire, of Fosbury 
Manor, Hungerford, Wilts, same crest 
and motto. 

Bevan, Wilfred Arthur, Esquire, same 
crest and motto. 

Bevan, Paul, Esquire, M.A. (Cantab.), 
A.C.A., 46, Queen's Gate Terrace, 
London, S.W., a griffitn passant or, 
semee of annulets gu., and holding in 
its dexter claw two annulets interlaced 
of the last. Non sine industria. 63. 5 

Bevan of Ashted, Surrey, on a mural 
coronet arg., a griffin passant or, 
gorged with an Eastern coronet gu. 

Bevan, Thomas, Esquire, D.L., J.P., 
High Sheriff of the City of London 



BEW 

and of Middx., 1878-79, and High 
Sheriff of Kent, 1895, of Stone Park, 
Kent, upon the battlements of a tower 
ppr., a gryphon or, gorged with a collar 
gemel az., resting the dexter claw on 
an escutcheon arg., charged with a 
hurt. Semper virtuti constans. 63.11 

Bevan of Pen-y-Coed, Carmarthensh., a 
mount vert, thereon an eagle rising 
ppr., holding in the beak an annulet 
or, enriched with a ruby ppr. Semper 
virtnte constans. 

Bevan, see Beavan. 

Bevans or Beavins, a weaver's shuttle in 
pale, threaded ppr. 176. 14 

Beveley, a bull's head sa., ducally crowned 



of Dublin, a cubit arm erect, 

vested az., the hand ppr., grasping a 

garb or. cf. 218. i 

Bevereham and Beverham, Ireland, out 

of a coronet or, an arm in armour, 

holding a sword, all ppr. 
Beveridge-Duncan, see Duncan. 
Beveridge, Kent, Chichester, and Scotland, 

out of a ducal coronet or, a demi- 

beaver ppr. 
Beverley, between two wings expanded a 

nail erect. 
Beveriey of Beverley, Yorks, a bull's 

head erased arg. Ubi liberlas, ibi 

patria. 44. 3 

Beverley, Earl of, see Northumberland, 

Duke of. 
Beverley of Dublin, on a mount vert, a 

wolf passant arg., pierced through the 

ntck with an arrow sa. 
Bevers of Hogsdon, a demi-wyvern vert, 

armed gu. 69. iz 

Bevers, a beaver sejant ppr. Et finem 

spiro. 134. 8 

Beversham of Holbrook Hall, Suff., out 

of a tower arg., a demi-lion gu. 157. 11 
Bevil. a bull's head gu., armed or. 
Bevil and Bevile, Suff., a dove volant, 

with an olive-branch in its beak ppr. 

93. 10 
Bevill, Beville, or Bevin, Cornw., a griffin 

passant gu. 63. 2 

Bevill, a griffin passant or, coUared sa. 

cf. 63. 2 
Beville of KiUegarth, a griffin passant or. 

Futurum invisible. 63. 2 

Bevin, see Bevill. 

Bevis, a pheon az. 174. 11 

Bew, a peacock's head couped and erect 

ppr. 103. 2 

Bewcham or Beweham, a hand issuing 

from the wreath and pruning a vine 

ppr. cf. 221. II 

Bewes of St. Neots, Comw., on a chapeau 

gu., turned up erm., a pegasus rearing 

of a bay colour, mane and tail sa., 

wings or, holding in the mouth a sprig 

of laurel ppr. 263. 4 

Bewes, Cecil Edward, Esquire, of 3, the 

Esplanade, Plymouth, same crest. 

Major ab advertis. 
Bewes of Beaumont, near Plymouth, the 

same crest. Major ab advertis. 
Bewicke, Calverley, Esquire, of Bewicke, 

Newcastle, and Close House,Northumb., 

a goat's head erased arg., aimed, 

maned, and gorged with a mural 

coronet gu. In ccdo quies. cf. 128. 5 
Bewicke, Calverley Theodore, Esquire, 

of I, Warwick Road, S.W., same crest 

and motto. 

4-2 



BEW 

Bewicke-Copley, Robert Calverley Aling- 
ton, Sprotborough, Doncaster : (I) Out 
of a ducal coronet or, charged with a 
cross crosslet gu. (for distinction) five 
ostrich-feathers arg. (Copley.) (2) A 
goat's head erased at the neck arg., 
armed, maned, and gorged with a 
mural coronet gu. {Bevncke.) In 
cruce vinco. 

Bewley, Sir Edmund Thomas, of 40, 
FitzwiUiam Place, Dublin, an ibex's 
head or, issuant from the centre of a 
rose gu., stalked and leaved ppr. 
Virtntis gloria merces. 27 1 . i : 

Bewley, Suff., an ibex's head or, issuing 
out of the centre of a rose gu., barbed 
vert. 

Bewley, Lines, a Moor's head aSrontee 
vested in a cowl, all ppr. 

Bewris or Bewrys, a lion's head arg., 
charged with two chevronels sa., 
ducally crowned or. 

Bewshin, out of a ducal coronet or, a 
lion's gamb holding a palm-branch 
ppr. 36. 10 

Bexley, Baron (Vansittart), upon two 
crosses pattee arg., a demi-eagle 
couped sa., the wings elevated. Gi-ata 

Beyard, on a tower arg., the loopholes and 
gateway sa., a lion rampant gu. 

157. 12 

Beykle, a cross pattee gu., between two 
wings or. 1 10. 7 

Beynham of Grove, Herts, a beaver ppr. 
134. 8 

Beynham, Hunti^, a raven ppr. 107. 14 

Beynon of Trewern, Pembrokesh., a lion 
rampant sa. Heb Dihiw heb ddini a 
Dmr a digon. i. 10 

Beynon of Bath, a lion rampant ppr, 
holding between its paws a rose or, 
barbed vert. c/. 1.6 

Beynon, see Crowther-Beynon. 

Beynon, a lion rampant arg., semee of 
cross crosslets vert, holding between 
the fore-paws an escutcheon, also arg., 
thereon a greyhound's head erased 
pean, and charged on the shoulder for 
distinction with a rose gu. Integer vitce. 

Beynon of Carshalton, Suixey : (:) A lion 
rampant arg., semee of cross crosslets 
vert, holding between the paws an 
escutcheon of the first, charged with 
a greyhound's head erased pean (for 
Beynon). (2) A griffin's head erased 
pean, holding in the beak a mill-rind 
or (for BaUey). 

Beynton, a griflin's head erased sa. 66. 5 

Bibby Hesketh, Charles Hesketh, Esquire, 
D.L., of the Rookery, North Meols, 
Southport, CO. Lancaster: (i) A mount 
vert, thereon in front of an eagle with 
two heads displayed ppr., a garb or, 
banded gu. (for Hesketh). (2) In front 
of a cubit arm erect, holding a sword 
in bend sinister ppr., pommel and hilt 
or, a mullet of six points between two 
escallops fesseways arg. (for Bibby). 
Quod tibi hoc alteri. 

Bice of Dublin, a falcon preying on a 
partridge, all ppr. 77. 12 

Blckerstaffe, in front of the sun in splen- 
dour a unicorn rampant, all ppr. 48. i 

Bickersteth, Rev. Samuel, the Vicarage, 
Lewisham, S.E., a dexter arm in 
armour embowed holding in the hand 
a battle-axe. Frappc fort. 



52 

Bickersteth, .see Langdale, Baron. 

Bickersteth, a dexter arm embowed in 

armour ppr., garnished or, about the 

elbow a WTeath of oak vert, in the 

hand a roll of paper ppr. Frappe fort. 

266. 1 

Bickersteth, Lieutenant-Colonel Robert, 
of 70, Cromwell Road, S.W., same 
crest and motto. 

Bickerton, Hussey-, Bart., of Upwood, 
Hunts: (i) A dexter arm in armour 
embowed, holding a dagger, all ppr., 
and for augmentation suspended from 
the arm by a crimson ribbon an escut- 
cheon gu., charged with a mullet and 
increscent fesseways or {for Bickerton). 
cf. 196. 5. (2) A hind trippant ppr., 
ducaUy gorged and chained or (for 
Hvss'i/). Pro Deo et rege. 

cf. 124. 12 

Bickerton, a martlet or. 95. 2 

Bickley, Bart., of Attleborongh, Norf., a 
hind's head ppr., collared arg. 

cf. 124. 5 

Bickley of Bickleigh, Devonsh. and 
Sussex, Cambs and Middx, the same 
crest. 

Bicknall or Bicknell, an angel praying 

between two branches of laurel in orle. 

184. 2 

Bicknell, Algernon Sidney, Esquire, a 
dragon couchant regardant, wings ex- 
panded sa., gorged with a collar or, 
holding in the dexter claw a cross 
flory. Surge biconyll. 

Bicknoll, a dragon's head erased vert. 

cf. 71. 2 

Bicknor, Bickenor, or Bykenore, a pheon 
erm. 174. 11 

Bicknor, see Bykenor. 

Bickwith, Yorks, see Beckwith. 

BiddeU, Biddle, or Biddelle, Clone., a 

demi-heraldic tiger rampant gu., 

ducally gorged or. Dews clypeus mcu-<i. 

25. 12 

Biddulph, Myddelton, of Chirk Castle, 
Denbigh: (i) A wolf salient arg., 
charged on the shoulder with a trefoil 
slipped vert (for Biddulph). 26S. 9 
(2) Out of a ducal coronet or, a bloody 
hand ppr. (for Myddelton). In verilate 
tri-umpko. 

Biddulph, Michael, of Ledbury, Heref. : 

(1) A wolf salient arg., charged on the 
shoulder with a trefoil slipped vert. 
268. 9. (2) A wolf sejant regardant 
arg., vulned on the shoulder gu. 
SuhUmiora petimii-s. 278. lo 

Biddulph, a wolf sejant regardant arg., 
vulned in the'shoulder gu. 278.10 

Biddulph, Sir Theophilus George, Bart., 
of Birdingbury Hall, Warw., a wolf 
rampant arg., vulned in the shoulder 
ppr. cf. 28. 2 

Biddulph, Wright-, of Burton Park, Sus- 
sex : (I) A wolf salient arg. cf. 28. i. 

(2) Out of a ducal coronet or, a dragon's 
head ppr. 72. 4 

Biddulph, George Tournay, Esquire, of 
Douglas House, Petersham, a wolf 
salient arg., charged on the breast with 
a trefoil slipped pert. Sublimiora 

Biddulph, General Sir Michael Anthony 
Shrapnel, K.C.B., of 2, Whitehall 
Court, S.W., a wolf sejant regardant 
arg., vulned on the shoulder gu. 
Sublimiora petamus. 278.10 



BIG 

Biddulph, Michael, Esquire, of 19, Enuis- 
more Gardens, London, S.W., a wolf 
sejant regardant arg., vulned in the 
shoulder gu. 278. 10 

Biddulph, General Sir Robert, United 
Service Club, PaU Mall, same crest. 
Sublimiora petamus. 

Biddulph, Cleve Court, Somers., a wolf 
salient arg. cf. 28. I 

Biddulph Colclough, Francis Digby, Es- 
quire, of Tintern Abbey, co. Wexford, 
Ireland: (i) A demi-eagle displayed 
sa., gorged with a ducal coronet or, 
and charged on the breast with a cross 
crosslet arg. (for Colclough). cf. 81. 2. 
(2) A wolf rampant arg., guttee-de-sang, 
gorged with a bar gemelle az., and 
charged with a trefoil slipped ppr. (for 
Biddulph). His calcabo genles. 28. 5 

Biddulph, Lieutenant-Colonel M. W., 
Rathrobin, TuUamore : (i) A wolf 
salient arg. 278. 9 (2) A wolf sejant 
regardant arg., vulned in the shoulder 
gu. 278. 10 

Bidgood of Exeter, Devonsh., a dexter 
hand erect in armour or, holding an 
adder ppr. 

Bidgood of Rockbeare Park, Devonsh., the 
same crest, charged for distinction 
with a cross crosslet gu. 

Bidlake, Somers., a cock holding in the 
beak a trefoil, all ppr. 91. 5 

Bidlake, same crest. Virtute von astutio. 

Bidon, between two wings a lion rampant. 
9- ^ 

Bidulph, Kent, a wolf saUent arg., vulned 
in the shoulder gu. cf. 28. i 

Bidwell or Bydew'ell, Devonsh., a hand 

couped in fess holding a curling-stone. 

221. 2 

Bidwell, a martlet sa. 05. s 

BidwiU, John Orbell, Esquire, J.P., of 
Pihaiitea, Featherstone, Wellington, 
New Zealand, wscs an escallop. 141. 14 

Bie, two oak. branches in saltier ppr. 

151. I 

Bielby, a hawk close ppr. 85. 2 

Biest, Shropsh., see Beist. 

Biest, a fetterlock ppr. 168.12 

Bieth, see Beith. 

Bifleld or Byfleld, London, a cross crosslet 
fitched gu., between two palm-branches 
vert. cf. 166. 5 

Big, Bigg, or Bigge, three savages' heads 
conjoined in one neck, one looking to 
the sinister, one to the dexter, and one 
upwards, wreathed vert. 191. 5 

Big, Bigg, or Bigge, Essex, a cockatrice's 

head couped ppr., beaked and crowned 

or, between two wings displayed vert. 

'cf. 68. 8 

Bigberry and Bigbury of Bi^bury, 
Devonsh., a hand holding a leg in 
armour, couped above the knee and 
spurred, all ppr. 220. 1 1 

Bigelow, Melville Madison, Esquire. 
Ph.D., Cambridge, Massachusetts, 
U.S.A., a ram's head az., attired arg., 
the neck charged with three lozenges 
or. Finis coronal optts. 1 30. 11 

Bigg of Benendon, Kent, Haines HiU, 
Berks, Chilton Folyatt, Wilts, and 
Hants, a rhinoceros ppr. 226. 2 

Bigg, Bart, (extinct), of Lenchwich, 
Worcs., an arm embowed vested, 
couped at the shoulder, holding in the 
hand a serpent ppr., the tail environing 
the arm. 



BIG 

Bigg of Iping, Sussex, and Arnwood, 
Hants, an eagle's head couped ppr., 
ducally crowned or, between two 
wings elevated of the first. cj. 84. 2 

Bigg, out of a mural coronet seven Loch- 
aber axes ppr. I7-- 9 

Biggar of Woolmet, co. Edinburgh, 
Scotland, a pelican's head couped and 
vulning itself ppr. Giving and for- 
giving, cf. q8. 2 

Biggar or Bigger, a pelican's head vulning 
ppr. cf. 98. 2 

Biggar, Ireland, a demi-pelican sa., 
vulning herself ppr. 

Bigge, see Bigg. 

Bigge of Long Horsley, Northumberland, 
a cockatrice's head couped sa., beaked 
and crowned or, wings erect vert. 

Bigge, Francis Edward, Esquire, Hen- 
napyn, Cockington, Torquay, a cocka- 
trice's head couped and murally 
crowned or, between two wings erect 
az. 

Bigge or Biggs, an eagle's head erm., 
ducally crowned or, between two wings 
arg. cf. 84. 2 

Biggs, Yeatman-, of Stockton House, 
Wilts : (I) In front of a javelin erect 
ppr., a leopard's head affrontee erased 
az., charged mth two fleurs-de-lis fesse- 
wise or {for Biggs). 243. 10. (2) A 
goat's head erased sa., armed, bearded, 
and charged with a gate or {for Yeat- 
man). 243. II 

Biggs, London, a leopard's face gu. 

cf. 22. 2 

Biggs, London, a lamb couchant arg. 

cf. 131. 12 

Biggs, a dexter hand charged with a 
bendlet arg., holding a serpent vert. 

220. 2 

Bigham, Hon. Sir John Charles, of 
10, Palace Gate, Kensington, a horse per 
pale or and sa., charged on the body 
with three horse-shoes fesseways 
counterchanged, and resting the dexter 
fore-leg on a cross pattce gu. .J'avance. 

Bigland, George, of Bigland Hall, Lanes, 
a lion passant regardant gu., holding 
in the dexter paw an ear of big-wheat 
stalked and bladed or. Gratitude. — 
Spes labor levis. cf. 6. i 

Bignell, a Wyvern gu., the wings elevated 
and addorsed or, resting the dexter 
claw on an anchor of the last. 

cf. 69. 5 

Bignold, Charles Arthur Bathurst, Es- 
quire, of Eaton Hall, Norwich, a lion 
passant regardant gu., holding in his 
fore- paw an eai of big-wheat or. 

Bigot or Bigott, a martlet sa. cf. 95. 5 

Bigsby of Stowmarket, Suff., and Arno- 
vale, Notts, an eagle displayed or, 
armed gu. Ad astra. — ±iitamitr semper 
ad optima. 75. 2 

Bigwood, a hand erect issuing from a 

cloud holding a club in bend sinister. 

214. 9 

Bilesby of Bilesby, Lines, a lion's head 
erased arg. 17. 8 

Bill, a stork's head erased ppr. 106. i 

Bill, Charles, of Farley Hall, Staffs, a 
pelican's head erased arg., vulning 
itself. Omne solum patria. 98. 2 

Billam of Billam and Wales, and of 
NewaU Hall, Yorks, a dexter arm 
grasping an arrow ppr. Azincourt. 



53 

BiUcliffe of Turganby, Kent, a naked 
arm couped at the elbow and erect 
holding a battle-axe, all ppr. 

cf. 213. II 

BiUers of London, a snail in its shell ppr. 
141. 8 

Billesworth, a squurel sejant cracking a 
nut, all ppr. ArMther, collared or. 

135- 7 

Billet or Billot, Norf., and Ashe, Devonsh., 
a hand and arm couped at the elbow 
in armour ppr., holding in the gauntlet 
a baton or. cf. 209. 9 

Billiat, Joseph, Esquire, of Aisthorpe 
Hall, Lines, a duck close or, holding 
in the beak a billet arg., between two 
bulrushes ppr. Ung Dieu uiig Iloi/. 

271. 17 

Billich, a rat salient sa. 

Billing, Norf., a dexter arm in armour 
ppr., holding in the hand an anchor. 

Billing and Billinge of Deding, Oxon., 
and Billinge, Lanes, an arm couped at 
the shoulder and embowed in fess, the 
elbow resting upon the wreath and 
holding a spear in pale. 201. 11 

Billing, a mount semee of quatrefoils. 

179- 10 

Billing or Billinge, a buck trippant ppr. 
117- 8 

Billingham, a lion rampant ppr. i . 13 

Billingham, a lion rampant double- 
queued arg. Another, or. i. 14 

Billinghurst, Smrey, issuant from a 
human heart a branch of roses, all 
ppr. 

Billinghurst of Newport, Isle of Wight, 
an eagle displayed or, holding in the 
beak a cross crosslet fitched arg. 

cf. 75; 2 

Billings, Beds, an arm embowed, vested, 
holding a covered cup. 203. 4 

Billingsley, on a mount vert, a leopard 
couchant or, spotted sa. cf. 24. 9 

Billington of Dublin, out of a mmal crown 
sa., a sun in splendour or. cf. 162. 2 

Bilney, Norf., a demi-griffin arg., holding 
between the claws a buckle sa. 

Bilsdon, a ram's head couped or. 

130. I 

Bilson or Billson, Hants, a bugle-horn or, 

stringed arg., and tasselled of the first. 

228. II 

Binckes, Bincks, or Binks, a winged 
column gu. 113. 10 

Bindley, out of flames ppr., a phoenix 
rising of the same. Nunc et idem. 

82. 2 

Bindley or Bindly, out of a mural coronet 
a dexter arm embowed wielding a 
sword ppr. cf. 201. 4 

Bindlosse, Borwick, Lanes, and Westml., 
a demi-horse arg., ducally gorged az. 

<•/• 5.V 3 

Bindon, Ireland, on a mount vert, a bull 
passant arg. Stet non timeat. 45. 7 

Binet, Jersey, a woman couped at the 
knees, habited medievally, between the 
attires of a stag, all ppr. II le cueil. 

Bing, Middx., see Byng. 

Bing, Kent, a demi-pegasus regardant or, 
holding in pale a flag gu. cf. 47. 9 

Binge, Kent, an antelope erm., attired or. 
126. 12 

Bingham, Rt. Hon. John George Barry, 

Baron Clanmorris, a rock, thereon an 

eagle rising, all ppr. Spes mea Christus. 

cf- 77 ■ 5 



BIN 

Bingham, Richard Charles William, 
Esquire, of Melcombe Bingham, Dor- 
chester, on a rock ppr., an eagle rising 
or. Spes mea Christus. 

Bingham, Baron (Bingham), see Lucan, 
Earl of. 

Bingham of Binghams- Melcombe. Dorset, 
on a rock ppr., an eagle rising or. Spes 
mea Christus. cf. Tj. 5 

Bingham, Sir John Edward, Bart., of 
West Lea, Ranmoor, Sheffield, an 
eagle, wings expanded ppr., resting 
the dexter claw on a garb fessewise 
vert, and charged on each wing with 
a cross pa tee azure. Spes mea Christus. 
254- 3 
I Bingham, Ireland, on a mount vert, an 
eagle rising ppr. cf. 78. i 

Bingham, Denis, Esquire, of Bingham 
Castle, BelmuUet, co. Mayo, on a mount 
vert, a falcon rising ppr., beaked, 
belled, and membered or. Spes mea 
Christus. 

Bingham, Dorset, an arm couped at the 
elbow erect ppr., habited az., charged 
on the sleeve with a cross formee arg., 
cuffed of the same, and holding in the 
hand ppr. a laurel-branch vert. 

Bingham-Cox of Woodlands, Northaw, 
Herts, and of Botherop, Glouc. : 
(i) Between a stag's attires attached 
to the scalp ppr., a cockatrice gu., 
holding in the beak an ear of wheat or 
{for Cox). (2\ A wing erect arg., 
between two Catherine - wheels az. 
{for Bingham). 

Bingley, a cross crosslet, charged with an 
escallop between two wings. 1 11 . 8 

Bingley, T. H., Esquire, of Whitley HaU, 
Ecclesfield, Yorks, West Riding, three 
arrows, one in pale and two in saltire 
or, the points downwards, barbed and 
flighted arg., in front thereof, suspended 
by a ribbon gu., an escutcheon sa., 
charged with a pheon, also arg. Beatua 
qui implevit. cf. 173. i 

Bingley of Blyth, Notts, on a pellet a 
cross formee arg., charged with an 
aimulet gu., and between two wings 
or. 

Bingley, Middx. and FUntsh., a pheon 
arg., between two wings or, and behind 
all a pellet. 

Bingley, Notts, on a pellet a cross formee 
arg. 

Bingley and Bingly, a phoenix in flames 
ppr. 82. 2 

Sinks, Durh., a lion's head erased 
between two wings, all or. 19. 7 

Binks, an eagle's head erased, ducally 

gorged, holding in the beak a pheon. 

83. 10 

Binks, see Binckes. 

Binney, a dexter hand ppr., holding a 

sword in pale az., hilt and pommel or. 

212. 9 

Binney, James, Esquire, J.P., D.L., 
M.A., Barrister-at-law, of Pampisford 
HaU, Cambridge, on a ivreath of the 
colours a barbel in front of two bul- 
rushes in saltire, all ppr. Bene. 271.10 

Binning, Lord, see Haddington, Earl of. 

Binning of Walliford, Scotland, a demi- 
horse furnished for a waggon ppr. 
Christo duce feiicite. 

Binning of Carloury Hall. Scotland, a 
horse's head furnished for a waggon 
ppr. Virtute doloque. 50. 12 



BIN 

Binns, Wores., a martlet. Lahore et 
diUgentia. 95- 4 

Binns of Sheffield, a lion rampant az., 
gorged with a collar flory and connter- 
flory or, holding in the fore-paws a 
sword erect ppr., pommel and hilt of 
the second, the dexter hind-paw rest- 
ing on a saltier, also or. Deus pro- 
videbit. 

Binns, a mortar mounted ppr. 169. 10 

Binns, Ireland, a hand holding a close 
helmet az. 217. 12 

Binny or Binney, a dexter hand holding 
a sword in pale az., hilt and pommel 
or. 212. 9 

Binny of Fearn, Scotland, a horse's head 
arg., bridled gu. Virtute et opera. 51. J 

Binny or Binnie, Scotland, a horse's head 
bridled ppr. Virtute et opera. 51. 5 

Birch, a hare courant sa. Libcrtas. 

c/. 136. 3 

Birch, a hare courant sa., collared or. 

cf. 136. 3 

Bircb, Bart., Lanes, on a mount vert, a 
hare sa., coUared arg. Libertas. 

Birch of Birch Hall, Lanes, Lines, and 
London, a fleur-de-lis arg., entwined 
by a serpent ppr. 148. 8 

Birch, Lanes and Shropsh., a demi-bird 
(eagle ?) wings displayed sa. 80. 2 

Birch of Croydon, Surrey, an eagle rising 
az., holding in the dexter claw a banner 
flowing to the dexter gu., thereon three 
crosses clechee, two and one, the staff 
point and tassels or. cf. 78. 14 

Birch of Wrotham Hall, Norf., a fleur- 
de-lis arg., with a serpent entwined 
ppr. Prudentia et simplicitate. 

148. 8 

Birch, Henry, Thame, Oxon., a fieur- 
de - lis or, surmounted by a hurt, 
entwined by a serpent and between 
two palm-branches ppr. Sincera fide 
agere. 

Birch, Newell-, of Henley Park, Oxford, 
same crest and motto. 

Birch of Kilkenny, Ireland, a griffin's 
head erased, holding in the beak a 
birch-branch ppr., and charged on the 
shoulder with a lozenge sa. 

BirchaU of Bowden Hall, Glouc, a lion 
rampant arg., and resting his fore-paws 
against the sinister side of a tree, all 
ppr. Quare verum. 

BirchaU, John Dearman, Esquire, of 
Bowden Hall, Gloucester, a lion 
rampant arg., resting its fore-paws 
against the sinister side of a tree, all 
ppr. Quare verum. 

Birch-Reynardson, Charles, Esquire, of 
HolyweU Hall, Stamford : (i) A lion's 
head erm.. murally crowned chequy 
arg. and gu. (for Reynardson). (2) A 
fleur-de-lis arg., and a trefoil slipped 
vert, entwined by a serpent ppr. (for 
Birch). Virtue est rili^mi jugere, and 
Prudentia simplicitate. 

Birch-Reynardson, Vere Henry, Esquire, 
of Rushington Manor, Totton, Hants, 
same crests and mottoes. 

Birch-Reynardson, William John, Es- 
quire, of Ad well House, Tets worth, 
same crests and mottoes. 

Birchett of Rye, Sussex, an heraldic tiger 
sejant vert, ducally gorged and maned 

BirchiU of BirchiU, Chesh., a lion ram- 
pant az., supporting a tree vert. 



54 

Bird of Drybridge, Heref., a martlet gu. 
Cruce spes mea. c/. 95. 5 

Bird, a martlet, the wings expanded gu., 
charged on the breast with a mullet 
or. c/. 95. II 

Bird of Broxton, Chesh., a martlet gu. 

c/. 95. 5 

Bird of Hackney, Middx., a martlet 
rising gu. cf. 95. 11 

Bird, on a dolphin ppr., an eagle with 
wings expanded or. 

Bird, Charles Henry, Esquire, M.A., J.P., 
of Crookbey, Cockerham, Lanes, three 
mullets of six points fessewise arg., 
thereon a martlet gu. Cruce spes mea. 

Bird, Westminster, a ring-dove ppr., rest- 
ing its dexter claw on a rose or. 

Bird of Denston, Suff., out of a ducal 
coronet arg., a greyhound's head 
couped or. 6t. 7 

Bird, London and Warw., a greyhound's 
head vert, erased gu„ gorged with a 
collar dove-tailed or. 235. 5 

Bird, William Macdonald, Esquire, of 
26, Harrington Gardens, South Ken- 
sington, London, a greyhound's head 
vert, erased gu., collar dove-tailed or. 
Eecte ccrte. 235. 5 

Bird, Derbysh., on a mount vert, the 
stump of a tree couped and eradicated, 
thereon a falcon, wings addorsed, all 
ppr. cf. 87. 1 1 

Bird, out of an Eastern coronet a demi- 
lion holding in the dexter paw a cross 
crosslet. 

Birde, a griffin's head erased bendy of 
six sa. and arg. 66. 2 

Birdwood, Sir Georae Christopher Moles- 
worth, M.D., K.C.LE., C.S.I., LL.D., 
of 7, Apsley Terrice, Acton, London, 
W., a martlet. 297. 7 

Birkbeck, London: (i) A bow erect en- 
twined by an oak-branch ppr., acorned 
or. (2) An oak-bi-anch ppr., acorned 
or, and a rose-branch flowered gu., 
intertwined and erected. Fide sed 
cui vide. 

Birkbeck, Sir Edward, Bart., of Horstead 
Hall, Norf., upon a rock in front of a 
hazel-branch slipped and fructed a 
bow palewise, all ppr. 248. 3 

Birkbeck, Henry, Esquire, of Westacre 
High House, Swaffham, Norf., upon a 
rock a bow in pale, stringed and inter- 
twined with a hazel-branch, all ppr. 

Birkbeck, William John, Esquire, same 
crest. 

Birkbeke or Birkberke, a nut-branch vert, 
fructed or. 

Birkby, on a chapeau gu., turned up 
erm.. a garb or, banded arg. 153. 10 

Birkenhead of Backford, Chesh., a goat 
saUent arg., attired or, resting the fore- 
feet on a garb of the last. 

Birkenhead, Chesh., out of a ducal coronet 
or, an arm embowed ppr., holding in 
the hand three arrows of the first. 

Birkes, an ear of wheat and a palm- 
branch in saltier ppr. 154. 10 

Birket of Birket House, Chesh., a ram's 
head erased arg. 130. 6 

Birket and Birkett, on a hand couped at 
the wrist an eagle rising ppr. cf. 78. 12 

Birle, Essex, an arm couped at the 
shoulder in fess, vested arg., cuffed sa., 
holding in the hand ppr. a cross formee 
titched or, charged on the arm with 1 
three torteaux. I 



BIS 

I Birley, Henry Langton, of Carr Hill, near 
Kirkham and Staind. Lanes, a demi- 
boar sa., armed ungu., and bristled or, 
gorged with a chain of the last, and 
supporting a branch of teazle ppr., and 
charged on the shoulder with a millrind. 
Omni liber metn. 

Birley, Hugh Arthur, Esquire, of Wood- 
side, Knutsford, same crest and motto. 

Birley of Woodend, Cumb., a derai-boar 
sa., collared arg.. the chain reflexed over 
the back or., supporting a branch of 
wild teazel ppr., and charged on 
shoulder with a mill-rind, also arg. 
Omni liber metu. 

Birley of HaUiwell Hall, and Moss Lee, 
Lanes, and of Manchester, same crest 
and motto. 

Birmingham, Norf., two lions gambs in 
saltier sa. 39. 14 

Birmingham, a goat's head erased. 128. 5 

Birn, Ireland, a dexter hand apaumee 
couped gu. 222. 14 

Birnal or Birnall, a greyhound's head 

between two roses stalked and leaved. 

61. II 

Birnie of Broomhill, Scotland, alion's head 
erased ppr. Sapere aude, incipe. 17. 8 

Birnie of Saline, Scotland, a dexter hand 
ppr., holding an anchor erect or, 
environed with clouds, abo ppr. Arcus, 
artes, astra. 223. 4 

Birom, Lanes, an urchin sa. 135-8 

Biron, a mermaid with a glass and a comb, 
all ppr. Crede Byron. 184. 8 

Birrell, an arm in armour embowed 
brandishing a scimitar, all ppr. 196. 10 

Birt, a flounder. 

Birt, Kent, a demi-leopard guardant gu., f 
guttee-d'eau, charged with two hats 
wavy or, supporting with the paws an 
anchor arg., cable sa., all between two 
branches of oak fructed ppr. Facta 
non verba. 

Bil'te, Devonsh., a dexter arm embowed 
in fess issuing from a cloud in the 
sinister holding in the hand a garland 
of laurel, all ppr. 200. 12 

Birtwesill, a dolphin naiant ppr. 140. 5 

BiSChofI, of Leeds and London (originally 
of Basle, Switzerland), a crosier erect 
or, between two wings of an imperial 
eagle, the dexter arg., the sinister sa. 

Biscoe, Henry Stafford Tyndale, Esquire, 
of Holton Park, Oxon., on a mount 
vert, in front of an oak-tree a grey- 
hound courant ppr., coUared or, seizing 
a hare, also ppr. Confido non con- 
fuiida. 58. 14 

Biscoe of KingiUie, co. Inverness, Scotland, 
a greyhoimd courant sa., seizing a 
hare or. <•/. 58. 14 

Biscoe, Thomas Ramsay, Esquire, of 
Newton, KirkhiU, Inveruess-sh., a 
greyhound sa., seizing a hare ppr. 
Post virtiUem curro. 

Bisdee, Alfred J., surgeon, Norris Lodge, 
Hoddesdon, Herts, on a mural coronet 
a fleur-de-lis. Dieu est ma foi. 

Biset, Scotland, the stump of an oak-tree 
shooting branches ppr. Exilus acta 
prob'.it. 145-2 

Bish, on a chapeau, a demi-lion rampant. 
15. 14 

Bishe of Burston, Surrey, on a mural 
crown or, a sword erect arg., pommel 
and hilt of the first, the blade impaling 
a leopard's face gu. cf. 22. i 



BIS 

Bishop, a griffin's head erased sa., 
between two laurel branches ^ert. 

Bishop, Dorset and Somers., an eagle's 
head erased, party per fesse or and 
en., beaked of the last. 83. 2 

Bishop of Evesham, Wores., out of a 
mural coronet arg., a griffin's head sa., 
liiaked or. 67. 10 

Bishop, Charles, Cwm-Rythan, Lland- 
overy, a double-headed eagle displayed 
ppr. Ung je serviray. 

Bishop, Charles Joseph, Esquire, of Hill- 
side, St. Helen's, an eagle's head erased 
erm. and or, charged with 
paleways, and holding in 
the beak a pheon sa. Pro Deo. 

Bishoppe of Bristol, Somers., a griffin 
sejant arg., resting its dexter claw on 
an escutcheon, also arg. cf. 62. 1 1 

Bishopston, Warw., an arm issuing from 
a cloud in fess, holding a terrestrial 
glo'oe. 223. I 

Bishton, out of a castle triple towered, 

an arm in armour embowed, all ppr., 

grasping a dagger, also ppr., hilted or. 

cf. 155. 3 

Bispham, Lanes, on a chapeau gu., turned 
up erm., a lion passant arg., resting 
the dexter claw on an escutcheon of 
the first. 

Bispleam, a stag's head cabossed erm., 
attired or. 122. 5 

Biss, an eagle preying on a partridge, all 
ppr. " 77. 12 

Biss, Durh. and Somers., on a mount 
vert, two serpents entwined erect and 
respecting each other ppr. Ayez pru- 
dence. — Nil conscire sihi. 

Bisse, Ireland, on a mount vert, two 
snakes interlaced or, respecting each 
other ppr. 

Bissell, a demi-eagle with wings displayed 
sa., charged on the neck with an es- 
callop-shell or. c/. 80. 2 

Bissell, Frederick Edward, M.D., King- 
stone, near Heref., a demi-eagle sa. 
with wings displayed, charged on the 
breast with an escallop shell or. Dens 
liohUcinn quis conira. 

Bisset, the tr\uik of an oak-tree sprouting 
ppr. lierirrfco. 145. 2 

Bisset, the stump of a tree eradicated 
and erased, therefrom a branch sprout- 
ing ppr. RepuUulat. 

Bisset, Fenwick- : (i) The trunk of an 
oak-tree sprouting afresh {/or Bisset). 
145. 2. (2) A phcenix in flames gorged 
with a mural cromi ppr. (for Fenwick). 
A bscissa virescit. — Peril ut vivat. cf.82.2 

Bisset, a hand couped in fess holding a 
sword in pale, on the point a garland 
of laurel, all ppr. cf. 221. 7 

Bisset, Scotland, the trunk of a tree ppr., 
a shield arg. pendent fi'om one of its 
branches. Revirescit. 145. 8 

Bissett, Captain Maurice Elrington, 
of Lessendrum, Huntly, N.B., and 
Rev. Mordaunt Elrington Bissett, the 
trunk of an oak-tree sprouting afresh 
ppr. Abscissa virescit. 145. 2 

Bisshe, Essex, a hind trippant arg. 1 24. 1 2 

Bisshop of Brandean House, Hants : 

(1) An eagle's head erased per fesse 
or and gu., beaked of the last. 83. 2. 

(2) On a ducal coronet or, a griffin 
sejant arg., resting the dexter claw on 
an escutcheon of the last. Pro Deo et | 
tcclcsia. 62. 1 1 



55 

Bisshopp, Bart, (extinct), of Parham 
Parle, Sussex, on a ducal coronet or, a 
griffin sejant arg., resting its dexter 
claw on an escutcheon of the last. 
Pro Deo et ecclesia. 62. 1 1 

Bisshopp, Baron, of Barring worth : (i ) On 
a ducal coronet or, a griffin sejant arg., 
resting its dexter claw on an escutcheon 
of the last. (2) On a flag folded round 
a halberd in fess, a falcon arg. Pro 
Deo et crclesia. 

Bissland, Bilsland, or BuUsland, co. Ren- 
frew, a bull's head. Certum pete finem. 
cf. 44. 3 

BiSSOD, a blackbird ppr. Bis dot qui cito 
dat. cf. 106. 2 

Bisson, F. S. de Carteret, City Asylum, 
Nottingham, same crest and motto. 

Bistley, a Doric column or. 

Bistley, a cross pattee gu., between two 
wings or. no. 7 

Bitfield, a demi-wolf rampant, pierced 
tlirougb the shoulder and transfixed by 
a flagstaff. 

Bitterley of Cowdrey, Sussex, out of a 
ducal coronet a hand vested, holding 
the sun ppr. 209. 2 

Blaauw, Henry Thomas Gillman, of 
Beechland, Sussex, a demi-Uon rampant 
ppr. Feslina lente. ' 10. 2 

Blabley, Devonsh., a tiger's head erased 
arg., issuing out of rays or. 

Blachford, Baron (extinct), see Rogers, 
Bart. 

Blachford of London, a demi-swan rising, 
the wings expanded arg., guttee-de- 
larmes. 100. 9 

Blachford of London and Dorset, a demi- 
swan rising arg., guttee-de-poix. 100.9 

Blachford, William Henry, Esquire, of 



Ham, Surrey, a demi-swa 



rased 



arg., 



guttee-de-larmes, gorged with an 
Eastern crown or, wings elevated 
bendy wavy of the second and gu. 

Black of Aberdeen, Scotland, a demi-lion 
ppr. Non crux, sed lux. 10. 2 

Black, Charles Bertram, Esquire, 38, 
Drummond Place, Edinburgh, a demi- 
Uon rampant sa., armed and langued 
gu. Non crux, sed lux. 10. I 

Black of Wigtown, Scotland, a star or, 
rising out of a cloud ppr. Spes lucis 
ceternce. 164. ii 

Black of Glasgow, a kangaroo sejant 
ppr. Via crvcis, via lucis. 136. 7 

Black of Craigmaddie, co. Stirling, Scot- 
land, a demi-lion rampant ppr., gorged 
with a collar or. Non crux, seA. lux. 

10. 9 

Black, Norman Spens. Esquire, of i. 
Grove Avenue, Blackrock, co, Dublin, 
a demi-lion rampant ppr., gorged with 
a collar or. Non crux sed lux. 

Black, Charles Bertram, Esquire, c/o. 
Messrs. A. and C. Black, Publishers, 
Soho, London, W.C, a demi-Uon 
rampant sa., armed and langued gu. 
Non crux, sed lux. 

Black, William George, Esquire, of 
Ramoyle, DowanhiU Gardens, Glasgow, 
same crest and motto. 

Black, Charles Cliristopher, of the Inner 
Temple, a mount vert, thereon a cat 
gardant ppr., holding between the paws 
an escutcheon az., charged with a boar's 
head erased or. 

Black, a reindeer's head ppr., collared. 

cf. 122. I 



BLA 

Black, an arm embowed, vested, purfled 
at the shoulder, the part above the 
elbow in fesse lying upon the wreath, 
the hand in pale holding a branch of 
palm ppr. 203. 7 

Black of London, an arm in armour em- 
bowed ppr., wielding in the hand, also 
ppr., a scimitar arg. Spe vires augen- 



adder in pale sa., holding in the mouth 
a rose gu., leaved and stalked. Vise 
a la fin. 

Blackborn, Blackborne, or Blackburn, 

Yorks, out of a cloud shedding forth 
rays an arm from the elbow erect 
vested gu., holding a broken sword of 
the last. cf. 208. 13 

Blackburn, an antelope's head erased 
arg. 126. 2 

Blackburn, out of a ducal coronet or, a 
demi-lion rampant ppr., holding in the 
dexter paw a mullet sa., gorged with a 
plain collar arg., charged with three 
muUets of the third. Bonne et belle 
asscz. 

Blackburn, Scotland, an arm couped 
at the shoulder and embowed, the 
elbow resting on the wreath, holding 
in the hand a bombsheU fired ppr. 

Blackburn of Wavertree Hall, Lanes, 
and Hawford Lodge, near Wores., 
on a trumpet or, a cock statant ppr. 

91. 6 

Blackburne, Robert Ireland, of Hale Hall, 
Liverpool, and Orford, Lanes, upon a 
mount vert, a trumpet or, thereon a 
cock gu., beaked, combed, wattled, 
spurred, and charged on the breast 
with a cinquefoil or. Come ui ieo sue. 
237. 16 

Blackburne of Richmond, Yorks, a 
horse's head couped arg. cf. 50. 13 

Blackburne-Maze, WiUiam Peter, Es- 
quire, of Shaw House, Newbury, 
Berks : ( i ) An eagle displayed erminois, 
charged on the breast and on each of the 
wings with a cinquefoil gu. 237. 15. 
(for Maze). (2) On a mount vert, a 
trumpet fesseways or, thereon a cock 
gu., beaked, wattled, armed,' and 
charged on the breast with a cinquefoil 
or (for Blackburne). 237. 16. Garde 
ta bien aimee. 

Blacke, Suff. and Essex, a hand couped 
in fess ppr. 221. 6 

Blakeney, John Henry, L.R.C.P., Wood- 
ford, Bristol Road, Edgbaston, Bir- 
mingham, a dexter arm in armour 
embowed, holding in the hand a sword, 
all ppr. 

Blackensteiner, out of a coronet or, a 
plume of three feathers, the centre one 
arg., the others gu. 

Blackeny, a harpy gardaHt ppr. 

189. I 

Blacker of Carrick Blacker, Ireland, an 
arm in armour holding a battle-axe 
ppr. Pro Deo et rcge. 

Blacker of Madras, a dexter arm in 
armour embowed, the hand gauntleted 
and grasping a battle-axe, all ppr. 
Pro Deo et rege. 

Blacker, Murray MacGregor, Esquire, a 
dexter armed arm embowed ppr., the 
hand gauntleted and grasping a battle- 
axe ppr. Pro Deo et rege. 



BLA 

Blacker, William, Esquire, of Castle 
Martin, Newbridge, co. Kildaie, same 
crest and motto. 

Blacker, a nag's heatl couped az., bridled 
or. 51- 5 

Blacker, Bucks, and of Old Sarum, Wilts, 
two lions' beads erased, collared and 
addorsed. i8. 2 

Blacker, Bucks, a horse's head couped 
az., bridled or. 5'- 5 

Blacker-Douglas, St. John Thomas, Es- 
quire, of Elm Park, Armagh: (i) A 
cubit arm erect ppr., grasping a human 
heart gu., and charged with a trefoil 
slipped vert {for Douglas). (2) A 
dexter armed arm embowed ppr., the 
hand gauntleted, grasping a battle- 
axe ppr. Forward, and Pro Deo et 
Tcge. 

Blacket, Major-General Sir Edward Wil- 
liam, Bart., A.D.C., of Matfen Hall, 
Northumb., a hawk's head erased ppr. 
Nous (ramillerons en Tespnance. 

8S. 12 

Blacket and Blackett, a hawk's head 



Northumb., a hawk's head erased ppr. 
Nous trnvailUrons dans Vespcrance. 

SS. 12 

Blackett-Ord, John Reginald, Esquire, 
Whitfield Hall, Whitfield, R.S.O., 
Northumb., upon a mount vert, an 
elk's head erased ppr., pellettee {/or 
Ord). Nous travaillerons dans Vesper- 
a nee. 

Blackford, see Blachford. 

Blackball, Scotland, an annulet or, stoned 
vert. 167. 14 

Blacknall of Totnes, Devonsh., a tiger's 
head erased arg., issuing out of rays 
or. 

Blackie and Blackley, Lanes, a dragon's 
head vert, ducally gorged or. 

cf. 72. 9 

Blackie of Edinburgh, a tiger salient ppr. 
Spero in Deo. 

Blackie, Robert, Esquire, 7, Great 
Western Terrace, Glasgow, Publisher, 
a wolf's head erased ppr. Virtute et 
fiJJitatc. 30. 8 

Blackie, James Robertson, Esquire, of 
Ferndean, Cove, Dumbartonsh., and 
Northbank, Glasgow, a wolf's head 
erased ppr. Virtute et fidelilate. 

Blackiston, London, a cock or. 91. 2 

Blackley or Blakey of Blackley HaU, 
Lanes, a dragon's head vert, ducally 
gorged or. cf. 72. 9 

Blackman, a demi-Moor in fetters, 
crowned with an Eastern coronet. 

Blackman, London, .-. griffin erra. 

Blackman, a denii-griffin vert, semee of 
crescents arg., collared gu. Fide et 
fiducin. cj. 64. 2 

Blackmore, Devonsh., a Moor's head in 
profile sa., erased at the neck ppr., 
and round the neck a chaplet of roses 
or, leaved vert. 

Blackmore, an arm in armour embowed 
ppr., garnished or, supporting a stan- 
dard, the banner of the last, the staff 
of first, pointed arg. ej. 199. 9 

Blackmore, out of a mural coronet or, 
an arm in armour embowed ppr., 
garnished or. cf. 200. i 

Blackmore, a demi-griffin segreant erm. 
64. 2 



56 

Blacknell, Warw. and Berks, an 



embowed, 



sted 



gu-, 



affed 



"g-. 



holding in the hand ppr. four feather: 
each per pale of the second and first. 

Blackney or Blackeney of Norf., a harpy 
gardant ppr. 189. i 

Blacknoll and Blakenhall, issuing out of a 
cloud az., a hand fessewise ppr., holding 
a plume of six feathers alternately 
arg. and gu. 

Blackshame, an acorn or, stalked and 
leaved vert. 152. i 

Blackstone of Castle Priory, Wallingford, 
Berks, a cock gu. " 91. 2 

Blackwall, London, a dexter hand 
gauntleted, holding a pheon, all ppr. 

211. 7 

BlackwaU of BlackwaU, Derbysh., two 
arms embowed, habited in mail ppr., 
the hands arg., holding between them 
by the nose and ear a greyhound's 
head couped sa., collared chequy or 
and gu. 

BlackwaU, John, of Hendre Uanrast, 
North Wales, same crest. Fidelitns. 

Blaekwall-Evans. John BlackwaU, of 
Blackwall, Derbysh.: (i) On a ducal 
coronet or, a boar's head erased fesse- 
ways gu. (for Evans). (2) Two arms 
embowed, habited in mail ppr., holding 
by the nose and ear a greyhound's 
head couped at the neck sa., collared 
chequy or and gu. (for Blachodl). 

Blackwell of Ampney Park, Glouc, two 
arms in scale armour embowed, holding 
between the hands ppr. a greyhound's 
head couped at the neck gu., collared 
sa. 

Blackwell, a martlet. 95. 4 

Blackwell of Sprouston Hall, Norf.. a 
swan's head and neck erased arg., 
ducally gorged or. loi. 5 

Blackwell, a dove issuing. 

Blackwell, Middx., a demi-lion holding 
between its paws an anchor ppr. 
Petit ardita virtzis. 12. 12 

Blackwill, a demi-lion holding between 
its paws an anchor ppr. 12. 12 

Blackwood, Captain Sir Francis, Bart., on 
a chapeau gu., turned up erm., a 
crescent arg. Per vins rectos. 

245-3 

Blackwood of Ballyleidy, Ireland, on a 
cap of maintenance gu., turned up 
erm., a crescent arg. 

Blackwood, Baron, Ireland, the sun in 
splendour. Per tias rectas. 

Blackwood, Hamilton-Temple-, Marquess 
of Dutlerin and Ava, see Duftcrin and 
Ava. 

Blackwood, Scotland, a hand holding a 
couteau sword ppr. Virtute porta 
tuemini. 213. 5 

Blackwood, on a mount vert, an escut- 
cheon arg., between two laurel- 
branches ppr. cf. 146. 14 

Blackwood, Edinburgh, rays or beams of 
the sun ppr. Per lias rectos. 

Bladen of Glastonbury, Somers., a grey- 
hound's head erased ppr. Toiijours 
fidde. 61. 4 

Bladen, Ireland, on a ducal coronet a 
griffin passant, wings elevated or, 
holding in its beak an arrow ppr. 
Spe ft laborc. cf. 63. 2 

Bladerjke, a lion's head erased, pierced 
through the mouth with a sword in ' 
fess, all ppr. cf. 17. 8 ! 



BLA 

Blades of Broxwell Hall, Surrey, a demi- 
tiger rampant gardant couped, sup- 
porting with the paws a staff erect 
ppr., therefrom a banner flowing to 
the sinister az., fringed or, charged 
with two swords in saltire arg., pom- 
mels and hilts of the third, surmounted 
of the Roman fasces paleways of the 
same, the axe headed also arg., inter- 
laced with a double chain collar or, 
and from the neck pendent by a blue 
ribbon a star pagoda, also ppr. 

Blades, Yorks, a talbot's head erased 
sa. 56. 2 

Bladewell and BladweU, Suff., Staffs, and 
Norf., a demi-lion per pale indented 
arg and gu.. 10. 2 

Blagdon of' Boddington Manor House, 
Cheltenham, a lion rampant bearing a 

Blage, on a broken tilting-spear or, a 

lion passant arg., cro^vned of the 

first. 
Blagrave, Henry Barry, of Calcot Park, 

Berks: (i) A falcon ppr., belled or. 

85. 2. (2) An oak-tree eradicated ppr. 

(3) Three palm-branches ppr. Pro 

marte et arte. 
Blagrave of Bulmarsh Court, Berks : 

(1) An oak-tree eradicated vert. 

(2) A falcon ppr. 85. 2 
Blagrove, a palm-tree fructed ppr. 144. i 
Blagrove, Henry, Esquire, of Abshott, 

Hants, a cocoa- tree fructed ppr., there- 
from pendent by a chain or, an 
escutcheon gu., charged with a greave 
of the second. 

Blaikie or Blackie, Scotland, a wolf's 

head erased ppr. Virtute et fidditate. 

30. 8 

Blaikie of Craigiebuckler. Scotland, a 
Moor's head ppr. Fidelis. 192. 13 

Blaine, Sir Robert Stickey, of Summer- 
hill, Bath, uses a sword erect ppr., 
pommel and hilt or. Pax out hdhim. 

170. 2 

Blair, Hunter-, Rev. Sir David Oswald, 
Bart., O.S.B., the Abbey, Fort 
Augustus, N.B., a stag's head cabossed 
ppr. Vigilantio, rohur, voluptas. 

122. 5 

Blair,, Frederick Gordon, of Blair, Ayr, 
a stag lodged ppr. Aino probos. 

115. 7 

Blair, Patrick, Esquire, of 11, Ainslie 
Place. Edinburgh, a dove with wings 
expanded. Virtute tutus. 

Blair of Balthayock, Perth, a dove, wngs 
expanded ppr. Virtute tutus. 94. 2 

Blair, Ireland, a stag lodged ppr. 115. 7 

Blair of Watton Grove, Surrey, a dove 
with wings expanded, holding in his 
beak an olive-branch ppr. Virtute 
tutus. 94. 5 

Blair : (i) A dove, wings expanded ppr., 
charged on the breast with a torteau 
for distinction (for Blair), cf. 94. 2. 
(2) A wyvern with wings displayed 
vert (for Stopford). cf. 70. 8 

Blair, Alexander, Esquire, 35, Moray 
Place, Edinbiu-gh, uses a dove, wings 
expanded and inverted ppr. Virtute 
tutu's. 94. 2 

Blair, a boar's head couped. 

Blair of Dunsky, a boar's head couped 
ppr. Virtute et honore. 43. I 

Blair, Scotland, a crescent arg. God be 
my guide. 163. 2 



Blair of Balmill, Scotland, a Roman head 
armed ppr. Fades qualis mens talis. 

191. 6 

Blair of France, a garb or. VirtiUe tutus. 
. 153- 2 

Blair of Lethenty, Scotland, a garb ppr. 
Nee temere, nee timide. 153-2 

Blake, Baron Wallscourt, see WaUscourt. 

Blake, see Aldrich-Blake. 

Blake, Wilts, on a chapeau gu., turned 
up erm., a martlet sa. 95. I 

Blake, Bart., Durh., a martlet arg., 

charged on the breast with a fret gu. 

cf. 95. 4 

Blake of Horstead, Nort., on a morion 
ppr., a martlet arg. Bene prceparatiim 
peetus. 

Blake, Jex-, Rev. Francis William, of 
Swan ton Abbot, Norf. : (i) On a 
morion ppr., a martlet arg. (2) A 
horse's head erased arg., maned or, 
holding in the mouth a broken spear 
or. Bene prceparatum pectus. 

Blake, Suff., a mountain-cat passant 
gardant ppr. cf. 26. 4 

Blake, Charles Joseph, Esquire, of Heath 
•House, Maryborough, Queen's Co., a 
cat-a-mountain passant guardant ppr. 
Virtus sola nobilitat. 

Blake, George Francis, Esquire, of 
Merlin Park, co. Galway, same crest 
and motto. 

Blake, Sir Henry Arthur, K.C.M.G., of 
Mj'rtal Grove, Youghal, same crest 
and motto. 

Blake, Henry Claude, Esquire, Athlone, 
Pursuivant of Arms, Office of Arms, 
The Castle, Dublin, same crest, 
charged with a crescent for difference 
and motto. 

Blake, Martin Joseph, Esquire, of Old 
Square, Lincoln's Inn, W.C, same crest 
and motto. 

Blake, Colonel Maurice Charles, C.B., of 
TowerhiU, Cloongullane and Muck- 
anagh, co. Mayo, same crest and motto. 

Blake, Robert Joseph, Esquire, same 
crest and motto. 

Blake, Thomas Joseph, Esquire, a cat-a- 
mountain passant guardant ppr. Vir- 
tus sola nobilitat. 

Blake, Valentine Joseph, Esquire, of 
BrookhiU, Claremorris, co. Mayo, same 
crest and motto. 

Blake, a mountain-cat passant ppr. 
Virtus sola nobilitat. 26. 4 

Blake of Renvyle, co. Galway, a moun- 
tain-cat passant ppr. Virtns sola 
nobilitat. 26. 4 

Blake, Sir Valentine, Bart., of Menlongh 
Castle, CO. Gahvay, Ireland, a cat 
passant gardant ppr. Virtus sola 
nobilitas. cf. 26. 4 

Blake, a bear's head sa., gorged with a 
collar arg., holding in the mouth a 
lion's gamb erased or. 

Blake, Bart., Sir Patrick James Graham, 
of Langham, Suff., a leopard passant 
gardant ppr. Confido et probitate. 

cj. 24. 2 

Blake, Ireland, a leopard passant gardant 
ppr. Virtus sola nobilitat. cj. 24. 2 

Blake, Essex, a dragon's head erased 
arg., peUettee. cj. 71. 2 

Blake-Daly, John Archer, Esquire, of 
Raford, KiltuUa, near Athenry, a 
greyhound courant sa., collared, in 
front of an oak-tree ppr., fructed gold. 



Blake, De Burgh, Charles Ormsby, Es- 
quire, of Merlin Park, Merlinstown : 
(i) A cat-a-mountain sejant guardant 
ppr., collared and chained or, and 
above Ung Roy. %tng foy, ung loy. 
(2) A mountain cat passant guardant 
ppr. Virtus sola nobilitat. 

Blake - Humfrey, Lieutenant - Colonel 
Thomas, of Heggatt Hall, Horstead, 
Norwich: (I) On a ducal coronet an 
eagle or, and charged on the breast 
for distinction with a cross crosslet 
gu. {for Humphrey). 277.11. (2) On a 
morion ppr., a martlet arg. Coelestem 
spero coronam. ^77. i^ 

Blakeborne, Yorks, out of a cloud shed- 
ding forth rays, an arm from the elbow 
erect, vested gu., holding a broken 
sword ppr. cf. 208. 13 

Blakely of Thorp Hamlet, Norf., a unicorn 
passant az., guttee d'or, and ducally 
gorged arg., resting the dexter foot on 
an escutcheon or, charged with a pale 
vair. AUons Dieu ayde. 48. 4 

Blakemore of the Leys, Monmouthsh., a 
Moor's head in profile sa., gorged 
round the neck with a chaplet of 
roses or, leaved vert. Pro Deo, pro 
rege, pro patria, et lege. 

Blakeney, Baron (Blakeney), out of 
clouds ppr., an arm erect vested az., 
the hand grasping a sword, both also 
ppr. Auxilium meum ah alto. 

cj. 210. 12 

Blakeney-Lyon-Stewart, Thomas, Es- 
quire, of Ballymenagh, co. Tyi-one, 
Ireland: (i) Out of an embattlement 
ppr., a demi-lion rampant gu. (jor 
Stewart), cj. 10. 3. (2) Within two 
branches of laurel a lady to the girdle 
habited in white, holding in her dexter 
hand a thistle and in her sinister a 
trefoil, all ppr. (jor Lyon). (3) Out 
of clouds ppr., an arm erect couped at 
the elbow, vested per pale or and az., 
and charged with an escallop counter- 
changed, holding in the hand a dagger, 
both also ppr., pommel and hUt or 
(jor Blakeney). Forward. 

Blakeney, John, Esquire, of Abbert 
Castle, Galway, out of a ducal coronet 
or, an arm erect, couped at the elbow, 
vested gu., cuffed arg., holding in the 
hand a sword ppr., hilt and pommel of 
the first. Au.rilium meum ab alto. 

Blakeney, John Henry, L.R.C.P., of 
Woodford, Bristol Road, Edgbaston, 
a dexter arm in armour embowed, 
holding in the hand a sword all 
ppr. 

Blakeney, out of a ducal coronet or, an 
arm erect, couped at the elbow, vested 
gu., cuffed arg., holding in the hand 
a sword ppr., hilt and pommel of the 
first. Auxilium meum ab alto. 

Blakeney, an arm erect, couped at the 
elbow, vested gu., cuffed arg., holding 
in the hand a sword ppr., hilt and 
pommel or. Auxilium meum ab alto. 

Blakeney, Ireland, out of a plume of three 
ostriclj-feathers an eagle rising ppr. 

80. 6 

Blakenhall or BlacknoU, issuing out of a 
cloud az., a hand ppr., in fes:), holding 
a plume of six feathers, two, two, and 
two arg. and gu., alternately. 

Blakeny or Blackney, Norf., a harpy 
gardant ppr. 189. i 



BLA 

Blaker of Salisbury, Wilts, a demi-horse 
sa., ducally gorged or. cj. 53. 3 

Blaker of Portslade, Sussex, a horse's 
head sa., maned and bridled or. 51. 5 

Blaker, Nathaniel Payne, M.R.C.S., 29, 
Old Steine, Brighton, same crest. 

Blakeston or Blakiston, Durh., a cock or, 
collared, combed, and wattled gu. 

cj. 91. 2 

Blakeway, a tiger's head spotted. 

Blakey, Suff., a dragon's head couped at 

I the neck vert, gorged with a coronet 
arg. cj. 72. 9 

Blakie or Blackie, Scotland, a wolf's 

head erased ppr. Virtute et fidelitate. 

30. 8 

Blakiston, Sir Horace Nevile, Bart., of 
Lynton, West by Road, Boscombe, 
Bournemouth, a cock gu. Doe weU 
and doubt not. 

Blakiston, Hon. Charles Robert, of Christ- 
church, New Zealand, late Member of 
the Legislative Council, and Augustus 
Frederick Noel Blakiston, also of 
New Zealand, use a cock gu. Doe well 
and doubt not. 91. 2 

Blakiston of Blakiston, Durh., a cock or. 
91. 2 

Blakiston-Houston, John, Esquire, of 
Orangefield and Roddens, Belfast : 
(I) A sand-glass ppr. (2) A cock 
statant gu., charged with an annulet 
or. Doe well and doubt not. 

Blakit, a falcon's head erased ppr. 88. 12 

Blamore, Glouc, a tiger sejant vert, 
collared and chained or. cj. 27. 6 

Blanch, a leopard's head gardant erased 
g'l- <•/■ 23. 3 

Blanchard, Lanes, on a chapeau an arm 
in armour embowed, holding a battle- 
axe, 

Blanchard, Wilts and Somers., on the 

point of a sword in pale a midlet. 

169. 3 

Blancharden of Blancharden, Kent, a 
cock's leg armed with a spur sa., erased 
at the thigh, and issuing therefrom 
a plume of five ostrich-feathers, alter- 
nately or and az. 

Blanehfield of Blanchfieldstown, Ireland, 
an arm erect vested per pale, alternately 
indented gu. and erm., the hand ppr., 
holding a sword arg., pommel and hilt 
or. 

Blanck of Guildford, Surrey, a dragon's 
head couped vert, collared and chained 
arg.. holding in the mouth a firebrand 
of the last, tiaming ppr. 

Blanckagam, a dove holding in its beak 
an olive-branch, all ppr. 92. 5 

Blanckley, a falchion erect ppr., hilt 
and pommel or, pierced through a 
leopard's face, also ppr. Pro rege et 
lege. cj. 22. i 

Blanckmaynes or Blanchmaynes, a leo- 
pard's head gardant erased or. 

f/- 23- 3 

Blancminster, on the trunk of a tree 
lying in fess, and sprouting one branch, 
a falcon close. 

Bland, a griffin's head couped, collared, 
the wings addorsed. cj. 67. 11 

Bland, Notts, out of a ducal coronet or, 
a leopard's head ppr. 23. 11 

Bland, Davison-, John, of Kippax Park, 
Yorks, out of a ducal coronet or, a lion's 
head ppr. Sperate et virite jortes. 

17- 5 



BLA 

Bland, Loftus Henry Bland, Esquire, 
K.C., o{ Blandsfort, Queen's Co., Ire- 
land, out of a ducal coronet or, a lion's 
head ppr., charged with a crescent gu. 
Quo fata vacant. cf. 17. 5 

Bland, Major-General Edward Loftus, of 
Woodbank, Whiteabbey, co. Antrim, 
out of a ducal coronet or, a lion's head 
ppr., charged with a crescent gu. 
Quo fata vacant. 

Bland, John Humphry, Esquire, of 
Fernagh, Whiteabbey, co. Antrim, 
same crest and motto. 

Bland of London and Norwich, out of a 
vallary coronet or, a lion's head ppr., 
charged with a bend sa., thereon three 
pheons, aUo or. Potior origine virtus. 

Bland, a holly-branch vert. 150.10 

Bland, a cock gu. 91. 2 

Bland of London and Yorks, same crest. 
Vigilante. 

Bland of Randall's Park, Leatherhead. 
Surrey, a cock gu., beaked, legged, and 
wattled or, charged on the breast with 
a pheon of the last. cf. 91. 2 

Bland, James Franklin, Esquire, J. P., of 
Derryquin Castle, co. Kerry, Ireland, 
a cock ppr., charged on the breast 
with a plieon or. Eloquentia sagitta. 

cf. 91. 2 

Bland, John Franklin, Esquire, of Holly- 
wood, Kenmare, a cock ppr., charged 
on the breast with a pheon or. Elo- 
quentia sagitta. 

Blandford, Marquess of, see Marlborough, 
Duke of. 

Blandford, Dorset, a dexter hand holding 
a pistol ppr. 221. S 

Blandy, Frederick, Esquire, of Birchamp 
House, Colford, Glouc, a demi-lion 
regardant gu., holding between the 
paws an urn sa., with flames issuing 
ppr. Ex tirna resurgatn. 

Blane, Sir Seymour John, Bart., of Blane- 
field, Ayrsh., a sword erect ppr., hilt 
and pommel or. Paritur pax hello. 

170. 2 

Blaney or Blayney, London, a horse's 
head couped arg., in complete armour 
ppr., bridled az. S'- 13 

Blaney, a horse's head erased sa. 50. 8 

Blaney of Berks, a horse's head erased 
sa. Hope well and home well. 50. 8 

Blaney, Heref., a nag's head couped 



arg., maned and tufted i 



bridled 



51- 5 



Blaney, Heref., a fox passant arg. 

Blantyre, Baron (Rt. Hon. Charles 
Stewart), Scotland, a dove holding an 
olive-leaf in its beak, all ppr. Sola 
juvat virtus. 92. 5 

Blaquier.De Baron (Blaquier), a garb ppr., 
banded or. Tiens ala virile. 153.2 

Blatchford of Osborne, Isle of Wight, a 
swan's head and neck erased sa., 
between two wings arg. cf. loi. 6 

Blathwaite, on a rock ppr., an eagle 
rising arg. cf. 77. 5 

Blathwayt, Rev. Wynter Thomas, of 
Dyrham Park, Gloucs., and of Lang- 
ridge and Porlock, Somers., on a rock 
ppr., an eagle rising arg. Virtule et 
veritate. cf. 77. 5 

Blaumester, a demi-savage holding a club 
over his shoulder, all ppr. 186. 5 

Blaverhasset, a dexter hand holding a 
hunting-horn sans strings ppr., verruled 
or. 217. 4 



Blaw of Castle Hill, Scotland, an armed 

hand holding a sword in pale, all ppr. 

210. 4 

Blaxland, Edward Tremayne, Esquire, of 
Fordwich, Broke, vid Whittingham. 
New South Wales, Australia, (i) An 
eagle displayed with two heads ppr., 
guttee-de-sang (for Blaxland). 74. 2. 
(2) A lion's gamb erect and erased 
gu., enfiled with a ducal coronet erm. 
(for SandweU). Juste et fortiter. 

cf. 36. 3 

Blaxton, a goat passant or. cf. 1 29. 5 

Blaydes, of Ranby Hall, Notts, a talbofs 
head erased sa. Pro Deo, rege, et 
palria. 56. 2 

Blaydes, a thistle vert, flowered gu. 

cf. 150. 2 

Blaydes, a demi-leopard salient ppr., 
holding in the dexter paw a sword 
arg., hilt and pommel or. 

Blaydes of Oulton House, Yorks, a demi- 
leopard, collared and chained or, 
holding in the dexter paw a sword 
erect ppr. 

Blaydes-Marvel, Yorks, a talbot's head 
erased sa. Pro Deo, rege, et palria. 

56. 2 

Blayne, Berks, a greyhound's head arg., 
collared az. 61. 2 

Blayney of London, a horse's head couped 
arg., in complete armour ppr., the 
bridle az. 5i- 13 

Blayney of the Lodge, Evesham, Worcs., 
a fox passant arg. / rest to rise. 

32. I 

Blayney, an erm. passant arg. 134. 6 

Blayney, Baron (supposed to be extinct), a 
nag's head couped arg., bridled gu., on 
the forehead a plate of armour, in the 
centre of which a spike, all ppr. 
Integra mens augtistissima pussessio. 

51- 13 

Blayney, a fox passant arg. 32. i 

Bleamire and Bleaymire of Westml. and 
Cumb., a heraldic tiger sejant gu., 
collared and chained or. 

Bleddyn or Bleeddyn, a boar passant sa., 
bristled arg. 40. 9 

Bledlow of London, in the sea an anchor 
ppr. 161. 6 

Blencowe of Marston Hall, Oxon., a 
sword in pale, hilt upwards, pierced 
through a human heart, all ppr., 
between two wings arg. cf. 1 10. 8 

Blencowe, John Alexander, of Marston 
St. I.a\reence, Northamp., same crest. 
Quorsum vivere meri, mori vita. 

Blencowe, Robert Campion, Esquure, of 
Biiicham Chailey, Lewes, same crest 
and motto. 

Blencowe, Henry Prescott George, Thoby 
Priory, Essex, a sword in pale arg., hilt 
in chief or, enfiladed with a human 
heart gu., all between two wings ex- 
panded arg. Q%iorsum vivere mori, 
mori vitce. 

Blenerhasset, Sufi., a wolf sejant gu., his 

tail fleeted over his back, langued az. 

29- 3 

Blenkinsopp, Leaton-, George Hderton, of 
Hoppyland Ca.stle, Durh., and Humble- 
ton Hall, Northumb. : (i) A lion ram- 
pant or (for Blenkinsopp). i. 13. 
(2) Out of a mural coronet two wings 
expanded arg., each charged with a 
cross crosslet fitched sa. (for Leaton). 
Dieu defcnde Ic droit. 227. 1 1 



BLI 

Blenman of Croscombe, Somers., a dexter 
arm couped and erect ppr., vested sa., 
the ruffle arg., at the wrist a diamond 
button, holding in the hand a roll of 
parchment ppr. 208. 8 

Blennerhasset, Ireland, in the sea a pillar 
ppr. 176. 2 

Blennerhassett, Sir Rowland, Bart., of 
Blennerville, co. Kerry, Ireland, a wolf 
sejant ppr. Fortes fortuna juvat. 

29- 3 

Blennerhassett of Ballyseedy, a wolf 
sejant ppr. Fortes fortuna juvat. 29. 3 

Blennerhassett, Rowland Ponsonby, Es- 
quire, of 52, Hans Place, S.W., a wolf 
sejant ppr. Fortes fortuna juvat. 

Blenshell or Blinshall, Aberdeen, a hoUy- 
leat vert. Deo fervente forebo. 

Blesby or Blesbie of Blesbie, Lines, a 
griffin's head erased or. 66. 2 

Bleset or Blesset, an eagle displayed ppr. 

Blesson or Blessone, a martlet arg. 95. 2 

Bletsho of Winington, Beds, a wolf's head 
or, scmee of hmts muraUv gorged az. 

<•/• 30- 5 

Blewet, Blewett, and Bluet, Cornw., and 
Holcombe Regis, Devonsh., a squirrel 
sejant or, collared and lined gu.. hold- 
ing in the paws an acorn of the first 
leaved vert. 

Blewet, Blewitt, and Bleuett of Grenham, 
Somers., a mort head ppr. 193. 11 

Blewitt, London, Somers., and Monm., a 
squirrel sejant ppr., eating an acorn 
or. Spes mea in Deo. 135. 7 

Blick, Bucks, a leopard passant arg., 
semee of mullets sa. cf. 24. 2 

Blick of the Lodge, Islip, Oxon., a 
leopard passant arg., semee of mullets 
sa. Ne timere caute eo. 

Blick and Blicke, a hawk's lure az., 
ringed or. 178. 11 

Bligh or Blighe, Cornw., a dexter arm 
couped at the elbow holding in the 
hand a battle-axe. cf. 213. 11 

Bligh, a griffin's head erased or. 66. 2 

Bligh, Kent, a griffin's head erased or. 
Finem respice." 66. 2 

Bligh, Earl of Darnley, Ireland, a griffin's 
head erased or. Finem respice. 66. 2 

Blinckarne or Blincarne, Kent, a demi- 
lion, holding in the dexter paw a cross 
engrailed gu. 

Bliss, an arm from the elbow, holding 
in the hand a bundle of four arrows, 
points dovr-nwards. cf. 214. 3 

Bliss of the Temple, London, a dexter 
cubit arm erect, holding by the lower 
limb a cross couped gu., fleury or. 
Virtus sola felicitas. 

Bliss of Chipping-Norton, Oxon., a garb 
ppr. " 153. 2 

Bliss, Sir Henry William, K.C.I.E., 10, 
Cornwall Gardens, S.W., a garb or. 

Blissett, a sword in pale, entiled with a 
thistle ppr. cf. 170. 2 

Blithe, London and Lines, a tower, on 

the battlements a Uon passant, all arg. 

cf. 157. 12 

Blithe of London, a lion sejant gu. 8. 8 

Blithe, Derbysh., a peacock or, in its beak 
a serpent reflexed over the neck ppr. 

cf. 103. 7 

Blithman of London, a demi-bear arg., 
muzzled gu., holding between its paws 
a battle-axe of the last. 

fleur-de-lis az. 148. 2 



BLI 

Blizard or Blizzard, a lady's arm erect, 
n the wrist a bracelet. 222. 6 

Blobold, two lions' gambs erect and 
erased in saltire, the dexter uppermost, 
lietwecn two demi-spcai-s or. 

Block, Samuel Richard, Esquire, of 
London, and of Kentish Town, Middx., 
a mount vert, thereon an eagle with 
wings elevated ppr., seizing with the 
dexter claw an owl arg. 

Block, Major Arthur Hugh, K.A., of 
Zimulgherry, Deccan, India, same 
rrest and motto. 

Block, John Saumarez Talbot, Esquire, 
of 15, Talbot Square, London, same 
crest and motto. 
C Block, Samuel Cecil Macartney, Esquire, 
same crest and motto. 

Blockley, the sun shining on a demi- 
eagle with two heads in flames ppr. 

cf. 82. 12 

Blockney, Ireland, out of a ducal coronet 
az., a boar's head and neck or. 41. 4 

Blockney, the same, collared gu. 

cf. 41. 4 

Blodlow, a lion rampant sa. i. 10 

Blodwell, Suff., a demi-lion per pale, 
indented arg. and gii. 10. 2 

Bloer of London, a cubit arm vested vert, 
holding in the hand ppr. a porame. 

(•/. 205. 13 

Blofeld, Thomas Calthorpe, of Hoverton 
House, Norf., a plume of three ostrich- 
feathers arg. Domino quid reddatn. 

115. I 

Blois, Sir Ralph Barrett Macnaghten, 
Bart., of Cockfield Hall, Yoxford, Suff., 
a gauntlet erect ppr., holding a fleur-de- 
hs arg. Je me fie en Dieu. 254. 5 

Blois, De, and Bloys, a Uon rampant 
trardant gu. 2. 5 

Blomberg, two eagles' wings addorsed 
ppr. cf. loq. 12 

Blomberg, out of a ducal coronet a demi- 
lion rampant double-queued, cf. 10. 6 

Blotne of Seven Oaks, Kent, a peacock's 
tail erect or. Post virlutum curro. 

cf. 115. 6 

Blomefield, Leonard, Esquire, of Bel- 
mount, near Bath, Somers., a derai- 
heraldic tiger az., tufted and crined 
or, holding in the mouth a branch of 
broom of the same, and holding in the 
paws a sword erect, broken at the 
point ppr., pommel and hilt or. 

Blomefield, Sir Thomas Wilmot Pere- 
grine, Bart., of Attleborough, Norf., 
out of a mural coronet arg., a demi- 
heraldic tiger az., armed and tufted 
or, collared of the first, holding a 
broken sword ppr. 245. 8 

Blomer or Bloomer of Hagthorpe, Glouc, 
an heraldic tiger sejant vert, ducally 
gorged, and the chain reflesed over the 

Blomfeild, Blomefield, or Bloomfield, two 

Hings displayed ppr. 100. 6 

Blomfield, Sufi'., a demi-heraldic tiger 

rampant arg., holding between its jjaws 

a broken sword. 
Blommart, an arm couped and embowed, 

resting the elbow on the wreath, 

holding a sword in pale enfiled with 

a savage's head couped. 
Blond, Le, Ireland, on a chapeau gu., 

turned up erm., a gamecock ppr. 

cf. 90. 2 
Blondel, a Saracen's head ppr. 190. 5 



59 

Blondell, a dexter hand holding a battle- 
axe, all ppr. 213. 12 

Blondevill or Blonville, a Cornish chough 
ppr. 107. 14 

Blood, a buck's head erased ppr., attired 
or, holding in the mouth an arrow of 
the second. 

Blood, Ireland, a talbot's head sa., 
collared or. cf. i;6. I 

Blood, Major-General Sir Bindon, K.C.: 



Clare, issuant 
a demi-figure of 
Honor virtutis 



of Cranagh 

from waves of the si 

Neptune, all ppr 

prcemitim. 
Blood, Charles Holcraft, Esquire, same 

crest and motto. 
Blood, Frederick William, Esquire, same 

crest and motto. 
Blood, John, Esquire, of Ballykilty, 

ArdsoUus, co. Clare, same crest and 

motto. 
Blood, Joseph Fitzgerald, Esquire, of 

S, Lome Road, Birkenhead, same crest 

and motto. 
Blood, Neptune Fitzgerald, Esquire, of 

Vrede, Orange River Colony, South 

Africa. 
Bloodworth, a dexter hand couped in fess 

gu., holding a cross crosslet fitched in 

pale sa. 221. 10 

Bloom, a cubit arm erect, vested az., 

cuffed arg., holding in the hand ppr. 

some slips of broom, stalked vert. 



Bloomfield, Baron, Ireland, out of a mural 

coronet or, charged with two cinque- 
foils in fess az., a bull's head ppr. 
Fortes fortuna juvat. 

Bloomfield, a fox's head ppr. 33. 4 

Bloomfield, a bull's head ppr. cf. 44. 3 

Bloomfield of Kithroe, co. Tipperary, 

L'eland, a bull's head erased sa., armed 

and langued or. Fortes fortuna juvat. 

44- 3 

Bloomfield, two wings issuing ppr. 109. 6 

Bloor or Bloore, an arm in armour em- 
bowed, holding a cutlass, all ppr. 

cf. 196. 10 

Bloss of Ipswich, Suff., a demi-angel, 
holding in the dexter hand a griffin's 
head erased. 1S3. 3 

Blosse, Lynch-, Sir Henry, Bart., of 
Castle Carra, co. Mayo, Ireland, a 
lynx passant coward arg. Nee teniere, 
nee iimide. 

Blossom or Blossome, out of a ducal 
coronet a hand holding a swan's head 
and neck erased. 220. 7 

Blossome or Blossun, a ram passant ppr. 
<•/• 131- 13 

Bloundell or Blundell, a squurrel sejant 
or, cracking a nut ppr. 135. 7 

Bloundell of Carlington, Beds, a squirrel 
sejant gu., collared and holding a nut 
or. c/. 135. 7 

Blount of Maple-Durham, Oxon., on a 
ducal coronet or, a wolf passant sa. 

Blount, Baron Mountjoy ol Thurveston 
and Earl ot Newport (extinct), on a 
ducal coronet or, a crescent of the 
same. 

Blount, London and Glouc, a sea-lion 
rampant erm., ducally crowned or. 

cf. 20. 5 

Blount, Darell-, John, Esquire, of Maple- 
Durham, Oxon. : (i) The sun in splen- 
dour, charged in the centre with an 
eye, all ppr. (for Blount). (2) Out of 



a ducal coronet or, a man's head in 
profile, couped at the shoulders and 
bearded ppr., wTeathed round the 
temples or and az., on the head a cap, 
also az., fretty arg., tasselled of the 
first, and turned up erm., for differ- 
ence a cross crosslet az. (for Darell). 
Lux tua vita mea. 

Blount, the sun or, charged with a gaunt- 
let sa., garnished or. 

Blount of Kinlet: (i) An armed foot in 

the sun ppr. 162. 12. (2) On a 

chapeau gu., turned up erra., a lion 

passant of the first, ducally crowned or. 

cf. 4. 9 

Blount of Wadeley, Shropsh., and 

London, a lion passant gu., crowned or. 

cf. 6. 2 

Blount, Su: Walter de Sodington, Bart., 
of Sodington, Worcs., an armed foot in 
the sun ppr. Lux tua via mea. 

162. 12 

Blount, late Walter Aston Edward, Es- 
quire, an armed foot in the sun, all 
ppr. Lux tun via mea. 162.12 

Blount, Sir Edward Charles, K.C.B., of 
Iniberhorne, Sussex, a sun in splendour 
charged with a gauntlet ppr. Lux tua 

Blount, behind the rays of the sun or, a 
bull's head sa. 

Blount, in the sun a grifiSn's head erased, 
all ppr. 162. 14 

Blount, Archibald Henry, of Orleton, 
Heref., a cross sa., in the sun in splen- 
dour or. Mors crucis mea salus. 

Blount (alias Croke), in a crescent az., 
two swans' heads reversed and inter- 
laced arg., in the beak of each an 
annulet gu. 100. 1 1 

Blouyle, Suff., a demi-lion rampant per 
pale indented arg. and gu. 10. 2 

Blow, two wings conjoined arg. 109. 6 

Blower, out of a mural coronet or, a 
demi-eagle displayed vert, vulned in 
the breast by an arrow of the first, 
feathered arg. 80. 7 

Bloxam of Bloxam, Oxon., and Rugby, 
Warw., an anchor in bend sinister or, 
cabled az. 

Bloxam and Bloxham, a shuttle az. 

176. 14 

Bloxholmedax, in front of a tree vert, 
a boar passant arg. 

Bloxsome of the Rangers, Glouc, a 
wyvern's head erased or, transfixed by 
a spear-head in pale sa. Non timere 
sed fortiter. 

Bloye, a mullet gu., between two branches 
of palm in orle vert. 146. 8 

Bloys of Ipswich, Suff., a gauntlet ppr., 
purfled or, holding a fleur-de-lis of the 
last. 

Bluck, a bull's head erased gu., armed 
44- 3 

Bludder or Binder, Lines, and Middx., a 
lion's head erased arg., pierced through 
the neck with a broken spear of the 

Bludder, Binder, or Bluther, London, a 
lion's head erased arg., pierced through 
neck with the blade" of a sword of the 
last, the wound gu. cf. 17. 13 

Bludworth, a naked arm embowed ppr., 
guttee-de-sang, holding a wreath of 
laurel vert. 202. 4 

Bluet and Bluett of Holcombe Court, 
Holcolm-Regis, Devonsh., a squirrel 



BLU 

sejant or, collared and lined gu., and 
holding in its paws an acorn of the 
tirst, leaved vert. In Deo omnia. 

Bluett, Colonel Charles Edward Lane, of 
Tormohun House, Torquay, a squirrel 
sejant or, in his paw an acorn vert, 
fructed or. In Deo omnia. 

Blufield, a dcmi-grtyhound, wounded in 
the breast with an arrow ppr. 

Blumberg, Ludwig Alexander, Esquire, 
of Palace Gardens, Kensington, and 
Victor George Blumberg, Esquire, on 
a mount vert, a lion's head erased or, 
seraee of estoiles sa. Concordia vim 
dal. cf- 17- 8 

Blund, a cock's head erased gu. 90. I 

BlundeU, Ireland, on a tower an eagle 
rising ppr. 156. 8 

BlundeU, an arm in armour embowed, 
the hand holding a scimitar, all ppr. 
Unus et idem jerar. 196. 10 

BlundeU, a unicorn's horn ppr. 

BlundeU, a demi-lion rampant sa., hold 
ing in the paws a cross-tau fitchee 
erect arg. 

BlundeU, William Joseph, Esquire, the 
HaU, Crossby, Liverpool, same crest. 

BlundeU, Charles Joseph Weld, of Inci 
BlundeU, Lanes, and Cardington, Beds 
(i) A squirrel sejant gu., collared, and 
holding a nut or, charged on the body 
with a bezant for distinction. (2) A 
wyvern sa. guttee-d'eau, collared, 
chained, and winged or. Nil sine 
numine. 

BlundeU, a hawk holding in the dexter 
claw an ear of wheat ppr. 85. ; 

Blunden, Ireland, on the point of a spea: 
a dolphin naiant ppr. 140. 9 

Blunden, Sir William, M.D., Bart., of 
Castle Blunden, co. Kilkenny, Ireland, 
a demi-lion rampant per fesse sa. and 
arg., armed and langued gu. Ceda 
amori. 10. 2 

Blunden of Bishop's Castle, Shropsh., a 
demi-griffin or, gorged with a 
erra. cf. 64. 2 

Blundeston, a wolf passant arg. 28. 10 

Blundestone and Blunstone, Suff., the sun 
rising ppr. Post nuhes lux. 

Blunt, the sun in splendour or. 162. 2 

Blunt, on a mount vert, a sun in splendour 
ppr. 162. 3 

Blunt of Wallop House, Hants, the sun 
in glory, charged on the centre with an 
eye issuing tears, aU ppr. Inter lachry- 
mas mical. 

Blunt, Sir William, Bart., of Heathfield 
Park and Ringraer, Sussex, same crest. 
Lux tua vita mea.— Inter lachrymas 
micnt. 

Blunt, Wilfrid Scawen, Esquire, 104, 
Mount Street, Grosvenor Square, a 
lion statant, crowned or, on a cap of 
maintenance. Respiciendo prospi- 
ciende. 

Blunt, the sun in splendour or, charged 
in the centre with a slipper. 

Blunt, out of a coronet or, a bull's head 
couped near the shoulders sa. 

c/. 44. II 

Blunt, Notts, a wolf passant sa. 

2.'. 10 

BIyth, Sir James, Bart., 33, Portland 
Place, W., in front of a mound vert, 
thereon a bull statant arg., ringed and 
chained or, three roses gu. Spero 
meliora. 250. 18 



60 



BIyth, Scotland, an arm in 

bowed, holding by the middle of the 
blade a drawn sword point downwards, 
aU ppr. 195-6 

Blytb, a buck's head ppr. Spero mehora. 
121. 5 

BIyth, a stag's head erased gu., attired 
or, gorged with a chaplet vert. 120. 3 

Blythe, Bodmin, Cornw., a griffin's head 
erased or. 66. 2 

Blythe, Yorks, a buck's head erased or, 
attired of the same, collared az. 

cf. 121. 2 

Blythe of Cornw., an arm embowed, 
habited per pale or and az., cuffed 
arg., holding in the hand ppr. a battle- 
axe, staff of the second, headed of the 
third. 

Blythe, Norf., a stag's head couped gu., 
gorged with a chaplet of laurel ppr. 

120. 3 

Blythe, in a wTcath erm. and gu., a 

roebuck's head erased of the second, 

attired or, gorged with a chaplet vert. 

cf. I20. 3 

Blythe of Norton, Derbysh., a roebuck's 
head erased, attired or, gorged with a 
chaplet vert. 120. 3 

Blythswood, Baron (Campbell), Blyths- 
wood House, Renfrew, N.B. ; (i) A 
lymphad sa. (2) An oak-tree with a 
lock hanging from one of the branches, 
all ppr. Vincit labor. — Quai seraia 
secura. 

Boade, a ram's head gorged with a fess 
indented sa., charged with three 
escallops arg. c/. 130. i 

Boag or Bogg, a sand-glass ppr. 177. 15 

Boag, Sir Robert, of Belfast, and of 
Violet Lodge, Groomport, co. Down, 
Ireland, an hour-glass between two 
oak-branches in orle ppr. Regit omnia 
tejnpiis 

Boak, a beacon fiied ppr. 177. 14 

Board of BordhiU, Sussex, and IJindlleld, 
a stag erm. 

Board, an antelope statant or. Per- 
foratiis. 126. 12 

Boardman, a lion sejant, coUared and 
lined or. 7-4 

Boardman, William, Esquire, of Farring- 
ton House, Penwortham, Lanes, a 
stag's head sa., erased gu., crusily and 
attired or. cf. 121. 2 

Boase, Cornw., a demi-lion charged with 
three bezants on the shoulder, and 
with a star on the hip, holding in its 
paws five arrows, four in saltier and 
one in fess at the top. 

Boatneld, five arrows sa., entiled with a 
ducal coronet or. 173. 9 

Bock, a hawk's leg and wing conjoined, 
the first belled and jessed, aU ppr. 

113. 5 

Bocket, a horse's head between two wings 
addorsed. 

Booking, Suff., on a chapeau gu., turned 
up erm., a leopard passant ppr. 24. i 

Bockingham, Suff., on a chapeau a lion 
statant gardant, coUared and ducaUy 
crowned. cf. 4. 2 

Bockland or Bocklande, a buU's head 
erased arg., ducally gorged sa. 44. 2 

Bockland or Bocklande, a hawk close 
regardant arg., beaked and belled 
or. 

Bockley, the sun shining on a demi-eagle 
with two heads in flames ppr. c/. 82. 12 



BOD 



of Enfield, Middx., of KirkUng- 

ton Park, Notts, and Essex, a stag 

trippant ppr. 117. S 

Boddicott, Bodicote, or Bodycoat, a 

weaver's shuttle in pale az., tlireaded 

arg. 176. 14 

Boddington or Bodington, a lion's gamb 

grasping a scimitar, all ppr. 38. 13 

Boddington or Boddinton, a demi-lion 
rampant gu., holding in the dexter 
paw a cross crosslet fitched arg. 

II. 5 

Boddington (anciently of Brinldow, 
Warw.), Reginald Stewart Boddington, 
Esquire, 15, Markham Square, Chelsea, 
S.W., a demi-Uon rampant gu., holding 
in the dext«r paw a cross crosslet 
fitched arg. Vincit Veritas. 11. 5 

Boddington, Henry, Esquire, J. P., of 
PownaU HaU, WUmslow, Chesh., a 
demi-lion az., gorged with a coUar- 
gemel, and holding in the dexter paw 
a cross crosslet fitchee or, resting the 
sinister on a lozenge az., charged with 
a cross crosslet, also fitchee or. Vincit 
Veritas. 1 1 . 8 

Boddy, Evan Marlett, Esquire, F.R.C.S. 
(Edinburgh), 109, Ashted Row, Bir- 
mingham, a staff erect raguly gu., 
enfiled with a ducal coronet or. l'» 
corporis et animi. I47- ^- 

Bode, of Feversham, Kent, a greyhound's 
head couped arg., collared and ringed 
sa., the collar charged with three 
escaUops of the fu-st. c/. 61. 2 

Bodell, a dexter arm embowed vested 
stabbing with a sword a squirrel sejant 
regardant ppr. 

Bodelsgate, Cornw., a horse's head erased 
arg. 51- 4 

Boden, Lanes, a stork's head erased 
arg.. between two hlies ppr. Diligentii 
el ngilantia. 

Boden, Henry, of the Friary, Derbysh., 
a swan, the wings extended ppr. 
Contra audentior ito. 99. 12 

Boden, .AlarshaU, Esquire, of Burton 
Crescent, St. Pancras, Middx., an eagle 
rising or, charged on the breast with a 
rose gu., and perched upon four mascles 
conjoined in fesse of the same. 

Bodenfield, an eagle's head erased between 
two wings arg., ducaUy crowned or. 

cf. 84. 2 

Bodenham of Rotherwas, Heref., a 
dragon's head erased sa. . Veritas 
liberabit. cf. 71. 2 

Bodenham, Heref., out of a ducal coronet ) 
or, a wing sa. 109. i 

Bodenham, Heref., a dragon's head 
erased sa. cf. 71. 2 

Bodicote, a weaver's shuttle in pale az., 
threaded arg. 176. 14 

Bodington, a demi-lion rampant gu., hold- 
ing in his dexter paw a cross crosslet 
fitched acg. 1 1. 5 

Bodington, a lion's gamb grasping a 
scimitar ppr. 38. 13 

Bodkin of Annagh, Ireland, a wild boar 
ppr. Crom-a-boo. 40- 9 

Bodkin, Rev. Dr., the Cloisters, Chelten- 
ham, same crest and motto. 297. 4 

Bodkin, a leopard's face or, 22. 2 

Bodkin, a piUar sa. 176. 3 

Bodley or Bodlegh of Dunseombe, in 
Crediton, Devonsh., on clouds az., en- 
circled with rays or, a ducal coronet 
of the last. 



BOD 

Bodley of Streatham, Surrey, a bull's head 
or. cf. 44. 3 

Bodley, a demi-wolf holding btewecn its 
paws a ducal coronet, all ppr. 

c/. 31. 12 

Bodrigan or Bodrugan, a dexter hand 
erei t, round the wrist a ribbon. 

Bodwida, a dexter arm in armour em- 
bowed ppr., holding a fleur-de-lis or. 

199. 14 

Body, a staff raguly and erect gu., 
entiled with a ducal coronet or. 

147. 12 

Body, Charles Ash, Esquire, of the Cedars, 
Sydenham Hill, a demi-lion or, charged 
with two bars sa., holding in the dexter 
paw a distaff in bend sinister ppr., and 
supporting with the sinister an eagle's 
head erased gu. Omne bonum desuper. 
249. 12 

Bodychan, Sparrow, Henry Glendeor, of 
Gwyn-tlu, Bodychan, Anglesej', a 
sparrowhawk. HoiKStas optima poUtia. 

Bodyham, a pegasus at full speed wings 
addorsed and ducally gorged, 

c/. 47. I 

Boehm, Sir Edgar Collins, Bart., Bram- 
lands, Woodmancote, Sussex, a hat 
sa., charged on the turn-up with 
three bezants fessewise. Sola mea 
testis. 234. 9 

Boehm, Bohem, and Boeham, between 
two elephants' trunks per fesse arg. 
and sa., a horse-shoe of the first. 

Boevey, Crawley-, Sir Thomas Hyde, 
Bart., Flaxley Abbey, Glouc, on a 
mount vert, a heron ppr., collared or, 
holding in the dexter claw a saltire of 
the last. Esse quam videri. 239. 6 

Bog and Bogg, see Boag. 

Boger, an eagle, wings expanded, sup- 
p.-.rting a flag. cf. 78. 14 

Boger, Captain Edmund, R.N., on a tower 
or. charged with two lozenges in fe.ss 
vairce arg. and gu., a dove with an 
olive-branch in its beak, all ppr. 

Boger, Walter Deeble, of Wolsdon, Cornw. 
in front of a cubit arm ppr., holding 
a dibble in bend or, and a rose gu., 
leaved and slipped in bend sinister 
ppr., a cinquefoil, also or. 

Boger, Francis Herbert, Esquire, of 
Jlelbourne, Australia, same crest. 

Boger, John Richard, Esquire, of 29, 
St. Edmund's Terrace, Regent's Park, 
same crest as Boger of Cornw. 

Boger, Percival Sylvester, Esquire, of 
Saltash, Cornwall, same crest as Boger 
of Cornw. 

Boger, William Henry, Esquire, of 
Fowey, Cornw., same crest as Boger of 
Cornw. 

Bogg, Sutterin, Lines, a bat displayed 
ar,'., armeil or. 137. II 

Boggis or Boggs, the sail of a ship ppr. 

160. 9 

Boggis-RoKe : ( i ) A raven on a branch 
sprouting at the dexter end (for Eol/e). 
(2) The sail of a ship ppr. [for Boggis). 
.-ivancez. 

Bogie and Boggie, a lamb supporting a 
Hag. Deus pastor meus. 131. 2 

Bogle, Scotland, a rose slipped and leaved 
p])r. Dtdcedine. 149. 5 

Bogle, Captain John du Terreau, R.E., 
in front of a primrose gu., stalked 
and leaved vert, a fret or. Dulciue ex 
aspersus. 



61 

Bogle of Daldowie, Scotland, a primrose 
stalked and leaved ppr., thereon a bee 
feeding sa. E lahore dulcedo. 

Bogle of Hamilton's Farm, Ayr, and 
Shettlestone, Lanark, a ship in full 
sail ppr. Spe meliore vehor. 

160. 13 

Bogle, Gilbert, 42, Heaton Grove, 
Newcastle-on-Tyne, on waves of the 
sea a ship of three masts in full sail 
ppr. 

Bogle, a tower ppr. 156. 2 

Bogley, a cross Calvary sa., on three 
grieces gu. 166. i 

Bohem, a horse-shoe arg., between two 
elephants' trunks per fesse of the same 
and sa. 

Bohun, De, a wolf current ppr. 28. 4 

Bohun of Tressingfield, Suff., on a chapeau 
a quatrefoil pierced erm., in the centre 
thereof a bezant. cf. 148. 10 

Bohun or Boone, Lines, out of a ducal 
coronet gu., a cup arg., between two 
elephants' tusks or. 

Bohun, Earls of Hereford, Essex, and 
Northampton {extinct), on a chapeau 
gu., turned up erm., a lion statant 
gardant and ducally crowned or. 

cf. 4. 2 

Boidell, a greyhound's head erased az. 

61. 4 

Boileau, Chester, a heart inflamed ppr. 

181. 13 

Boileau, Sir Maurice Colborne, Bart., of 
Tacolnestone Hall, Norf., in a nest 
or, a pelican in her piety ppr., charged 
on the breast with a saltier couped 
the nest resting in a foreign coronet. 
tout mon cceur. 

Bois, a stag's head arg., attired gu., be- 
tween the attires a mound or. 

cf. 121. 5 

Bois, a lion rampant gu. i. 13 

Bokeland, a lion rampant, holding Ije- 
tween his fore-paws a pair of scales, 
all ppr. 

Bokeland, an eagle's head couped gu., 
between two wings chequy or and 
vert. 84. 2 

Bokenham, Norf., three mullets in 
chevron. 164. 7 

Bokenham, Norf., a lion rampant gu. 

I- 13 

Bokinge or Boking of Boking, Suff., a 
man's head couped at the shoulders 
arg., the hair vert. cf. 190. 13 

Bolaine or Boloine of London, a buU's 
head couped arg. cf. 44. 3 

Boland, Devonsh., out of a ducal coronet 
or, a cubit arm erect, holding in the 
hand three arrows in bend sinister, all 
ppr. 214. 3 

Bolbeck or Bolebeck, a lion sejant, sup- 
porting with his dexter paw a broken 
lance, all ppr. cf. 8. 11 

Bolckow, Charles Ferdinand Henry, of 
Marton Hall, Yorks, a boar passant az., 
in front of seven acorns or, leaved and 
stalked ppr. Sicscipere et finire. 

cf. 40. 2 

Bolcole, a demi-reindeer ppr., collared, 
traced, and charged on the shoulder 
with an etoile or. 

Bold or Bolde, out of a ducal coronet gu., 
a griffin's head sa., between two wings 
displayed or. cf. 67. i 

Bold of Bold, Lanes, a griffin segreant 
sa., armed and legged or. 62. 2 



De'i 



BOL 

Bolden, John Leonard, of Hyning, Lan- 
caster : (i) Out of a ducal coronet 
or, a tiger's head arg. 27. 3. (2) A 
swan or. Pour hien disirer. 99. 2 

Boldero and Bolderowe, a pomeis. 

cf. 159. 14 

Boldero, Rev. John Simon, Amblecote 
Vicarage, Stourbridge, a greyhound 
courant. 

Boldero, Rev. John Herbert, Rattlesden, 
Suff., a greyhound sejant gu., collared 
or. Aitdax ero. 59. 4 

Bolders, Boldorne, and Boldron, a grey- 
hound current gu., collared or. 

cf. 58. 2 

Bolding, late George Frederick, Esquire, 
of 224, Hagley Road, Edgbaston, in 
front of a demi-seahorse ppr., a garb 
fesseways or. Sto pro verilnte. 253.12 

Boldrowe, Suff'.. a lion's gamb arg., grasp- 
ing a saltier az. 

Bolebec or Bolebeck, a lion sejant sup- 
porting with his dexter paw a broken 
lance, all ppr. cf. 8. 11 

Boleine, a bull's head couped arg., 
langued gu., charged on the neck with 
a crescent or. 

Boles, out of a mural coronet az., a lion's 
head arg. 19. 12 

Boleyn, Bollens, or BoUin, two branches 
of thorn in orle ppr. cf. 146. 6 

Bolger, a dexter arm couped and em- 
bowed fesseways ppr., holding in the 
hand three ears of rye leaved or. 202. 6 

Bolger of St. Austins, Ireland, an escallop 

reversed or. Deus nobis hcec otia fecit. 

141. 9 

Bolhalth, from the top of a tower issuing 
from the wreath an arm embowed hold- 
ing a spear in fess, all ppr. 201. 10 

Bolingbroke and St. John, Viscount (St. 
John), Lydiard Park, Swindon, Wilts, 
on a mount ppr., a falcon rising and 
belled or, ducally gorged gu. Nee 
qucerere. nee spernere honorein. 

Bolitho, Thomas Bedford, of Trewidden, 
Penzance, Cornw., in front of a fern- 
brake a cubit arm and hand erect ppr., 
vested az., charged with three bezants 
cuffed arg., the hand holding a fleur-de- 
hs sa. Re Deu. 

Bolitho, John Borlase, Esquire, in front 
of a fern-brake ppr., a cubit arm erect 
vested az., charged with three bezants, 
cuffed arg., in the hand ppr. a fleur-de- 
ils sa. Re Deu. 

Bolitho, Otho Glynn, Esquire, of Poltair, 
Cornw., same crest and motto. 

Bolitho, Thomas Bedford, Esquire, of 
Trewidden, near Penzance, same crest 
and motto. 

Bolitho, Thomas Robins, Esquire, of 
Trengwainton, Hea Moor, Cornw., 
R.S.O., same crest and motto. 

BoUtho, William Edward Thomas, Es- 
quire, of York House, Penzance, same 
crest and motto. 

BoUand of Oapham, Surrey, an eagle's 
head erased ppr., gorged with a collar 
erm., holding in the beak a peg sa. 

Bolland, a hart trippant ppr., attired or. 
117. 8 

Bollardt of Antwerp and DubUn, a 
griffin's head erased arg. 66. 2 

BoUe and Bolles, Bart, (extinct), of BoUes 
Hall, Lines, a demi-boar wounded in 
the breast with a broken spear. 

cf. 40. 13 



BOL 

Bollen, a talbot gii., collared and leashed 
or. c/. 54. 5 

BoUens and Bolleyn, two branches of 
thorn disposed in orle ppr. cf. 146. 6 

BoUers, an arm vested, couped and em- 
bowed in fesse, the elbow resting on 
the wreath, holding a cross crosslet 
fitchce. 303. 9 

Bolles, Middx., and of Scampton, Lines, 
a buck's head arg., attired or. 

121. 5 

Bolles and Bolls, Su£f., a cock crowing 
or, combed, wattled, legged, and armed 
gu. 91- 2 

Bolleyn and Bollin, see Boleyn and Bol- 

Boliingbroke, Bollingbrook, and Bollins- 

brook, a Spanish hat az., turned up 

arg., in front three feathers of the last. 

115. 4 

Bolney, Berks, and of Bolney, Sussex, a 
skeleton's head couped at the shoulders 
ppr., holding in the mouth a firebrand 
or, flammant at both ends ppr. 

Bolourd, out of a ducal coronet or, a 
demi-eagle gu. 80. 4 

Bolron, a dove volant sa. cf. 93. 13 

Bolron, an arm in fess couped at the 
shoulder and embowed, the elbow 
resting on the wreath, the hand holding 
a sword in pale, entiled with a savage's 
head. 201. 7 

Bolster, George, Esquire, of Springville, 
Kanturk, co. Cork, a cubit arm erect 
in armour ppr., charged with three 
plates in pale, the hand bare grasping 
a scimitar, also ppr., hilt and pommel 
or. I'i ct virtute. 263. 5 

Bolster, Thomas, Esquire, of Springville, 
Kanturk, co. Cork, same crest and 
motto. 

Bolstred and Bolstrode, a bull's head and 
neck between two wings expanded gu., 
armed arg. 43. 10 

Bolt or Boult, a stork ppr. 105. u 

Bolter, a lion's head erased sa., imperially 
crowned or. cj. 17. 14 

Bolthorpe, a demi-tiger salient or, ducally 
gorged arg., cf. 2^. 10 

Bolton, Baron (Orde-Powlet), Bolton 
Hall, Leyburn. Yorks, and Hackwood 
Park, Basingstoke, a falcon rising and 
belled or, charged on the breast and 
wings with three etoiles in fess gu., 
gorged with a ducal coronet az., and 
holding in the beak a salmon ppr. 
Aymez loyaulte. 239. 9 

Bolton, Henry Hargreaves, Esquire, of 
Heighside, Newchurch-in-Rossendale, 
Lanes, three bird-bolts, two in saltire 
and one in fesse ppr., thereon a falcon 
close, belled and jessed or. Sursum 
corda. 255. 15 

Bolton, Henry Hargreaves, jnr.. Esquire, 
of High Brake, Huncoat, Accrington, 
Lanes, same crest and motto. 

Bolton of Bolton, Lanes, a hawk arg., 
belled or. 85. 2 

Bolton, Edwin, Esquire, of Carbrook, 
Larbert, Stirlingah., a falcon close sa., 
armed, jessed, and belled or. Indusiria 
d virtute. cf. 85. 2 

Bolton of Bective Abbey, co. Meath, a 
hawk arg., belled or. 85. 2 

Bolton of Woodbridge, Suff., a falcon 
close arg., charged on the breast with 
a trefoil slipped vert, beaked and belled 
or. cf. 8^ 2 



62 

Bolton, on a mount vert, a hawk rising 
sa., belled and charged on the breast 
with two bird-bolts in saltire or. 

Bolton of Cranwich, Norf., on a mount 
vert, a falcon erm., beak and beUs or, 
holding in the beak a trefoil slipped 
of the first. 

Bolton, a falcon arg. 85. 2 

Bolton, a falcon arg., with the wings 
expanded or. 87. i 

Bolton-Massy of Brazil, co. Dublin, and 
of Ballywire, co. Tipperary : (i) Out 
of a ducal coronet or, a bull's head 
gu., armed sa. {for Massy), cf. 44. 11. 
(2) A falcon belled ppr., jessed az. {for 
Bolton). Pro libertale patria. c/. 85. 2 

Bolton, a tun erect ppr., transpierced by 
an arrow fesswise or. 

Bolton, Boltone, or Boltoun, a horse 
saddled and bridled at fuU speed. 52. 1 

Bolton, a hind's head per pale indented 
arg. and az., holding in the mouth a 
broad arrow or, feathered and headed 
arg. cf. 124. I 

Bolton or Boulton, Lanes and Yorks, a 
buck's head erased arg., attired or, 
gorged with a chaplet vert, and pierced 
through the neck with an arrow of the 
second. 

Bomford, North-, Captain John: (I) A 
griffin segreant arg., charged on the 
shoulder with a cross crosslet litchee 
gu. {for Bomford). cf. 62. 2. (2) A 
wyvern's head erased vert, langued gu., 
collared and chained or {for North). 
Justus et fidelis. cf. 71. 2 

Bomlord, Ireland, an eagle displayed 
holding in the dexter claw a dagger. 
75- 7 

Bomont, an ostrich, the wings expanded 
arg. 

Bon, Le, of Fameaux, Normandy, out of 
a ducal coronet or, a plume of ostrich- 
feathers arg. Confido. 

Bonamy, Guernsey, a plume of three 
feathers or. 115. i 

Bonar of Kimmerghame, Berwick, a 
sword in pale ppr. Denique ccplurti. 

170. 2 

Bonar, John Andrew MacdoneU, Glen- 
bum. Granville Road, Sevenoaks, a 
sword in pale, the blade ppr.. the hilt 
and pommel or. Dcniqut ccelum. 

302. 14 

Bonar, a dexter hand charged on the 
palm with an eye and holding a heart 
bleeding ppr. PrtEStal tuto qumn cito. 

Bond, Isle of Purbeck, Dorset : ( i ) An 

eagle rising sa., charged with a fess or. 

(2) A demi-pegasus az., winged and 

semee of estoiles or. Non sufficit orbis. 

cf. 47- 5 

Bond, Nathaniel, of Creech Grange, 
Dorset: (I) An eagle's wing sa., 
charged with a fesse or. 247. 4. (2) A 
demi-pegasus az., winged and semee of 
estoiles or. Non sufficit orbis. 

Bond of Peckham, Surrey, and Saltash, 
Cornw., a demi-pegasus az., winged 
and semee of estoiles or. cf. 47. 5 

Bond or Bonde, an old man's head in 
profile ppr., the hair sa. 

Bond, Ireland, an ostrich-head between 
two branches of palm in orle. cf. 96. 10 

Bond, John Gregory, Greatwood, Penryn, 
Cornw., a lion sejant ppr. 

Bond of Coolamber, co. Longford, Ireland, 
a lion sejant arg. 8. 8 



Bond, Bart, (crlincl), on a mount vert, a 
lion sejant arg. cf. 8. 8 

Bond, Gerald Denis, Esquire, of Holme 
Priory, Wareham, a wing sa., charged 
with a fesse or. 247. 4 

Bond, William Henry, Esquire, of 
Fryern Court, Hants, same crest. 

Bond, M'Geough-, Joshua Walter, of 
DrumsiU, co. Armagh, Ireland: (i) A 
lion sejant arg., charged on the shoulder 
with an annulet sa. {for Bond), cf. S. 8. 
(2) A dexter arm embowed, the hand 
grasping a scimitar in the act of 
striking, all ppr. (for M'Geough). Nemo 
me impune lacessit. 201. i 

Bond of Cawbery and Walford, Heref., 
and of Newland and Redbrook, Glouc, 
a demi-lion. 10. 2 

Bonde, an old man's head in profile ppr., 
the hair sa. 

Bonde of Coventry, Warw., a demi-griffin 
gu., bezantee, holding in the beak a 
twig vert, seeded or. cf. 64. 2 

Bondiville, Yorks, a stag's head ppr. 

121. 5 

Bone, a bone and a palm-branch in saltier 
ppr. 147. 4 

Bone or Bonn, a sword and a key in 
saltier ppr. 171. 10 

Boneham and Bonham, a pheon in pale, 
point downwards, with part of tlit^ 
broken shaft remaining therein. 

174. 10 

Bonekill, Scotland, a demi-man in 
armour brandishing in his dexter hand 
a sword, all ppr. 1S7. i 

Bonekill, Scotland, a dexter hand holdint; 
a buckle or. 223. 1 1 

Bonell of Duffield, Derbysh., a demi-lion 
rampant sa. 10. i 

Bonest and Bonus, London, a talbot's 
head couped arg. 56. 12 

Bonfoy or Bunfoy of Hease, Middx., an 
arm couped and erect in armour ppr., 
holding in the gauntlet a cross Calvary 
gu. En bonne foy. 

Bonham, Wilts, the stump of a tree in 
fess sprouting ensigned with a fleur- 
de-lis. 145. 13 

Bonham, Essex, a mermaid ppr. Esse 
quatn videri. 184. 5 

Bonham, Edward William, Esquire, 
H.M. Consul, Calais, France, a mer- 
maid ppr., holding in her dexter lianil 
a looking-glass and in her sinister 
a comb. Esse qtmm videri. 

■ 184- 5 

Bonham, Sir George Francis, Bart., 
Knowle Park, Cranleigh, Surrey, upon 
a rock a mermaid holding in her 
dexter hand a wreath of coral and in 
her sinister a mirror, all ppr. Esse 
quam videri. 

Bonham of Petersfield, Hants, a dragon's 
head arg., guttee-de-sang. cf. 71. I 

Bonham, see Boneham. 

Boniface, Sussex, a talbot passant sa. 

54. I 

Bonnell, Norf., a lion rampant or, 
holding between his paws a cross 
crosslet az. 

Bonnell of Isleworth, JDddx., a lion 
rampant or, holding between the paws 
a cross crosslet, and charged on the 
shoulder with an annulet, both az. 

Bonnell of London, a demi-lion erased or, 
pellettee, queue-fourchee interlaced, 
supporting a spear of the first. 



BON 

Bonnell, Ireland, a demi-lion az., holding 

between the paws a cross crosslet 

fitchee or. Terris peregrinus et hospcs. 

cf. II. lo 

Bonner, a unicorn's head couped between 
two wings and holding in the mouth a 
trefoil. 

Bonner, Oxon., a talbot's head arg., 
collared az., studded, rimmed, and 
ringed or. cf. 56. i 

Bonnet of France and London, a uni- 
corn's head couped vert, purfled and 
crined or. Eara honitas. 49. 7 

Bonnett, a cubit arm in armour lying in 
fesse and holding a cross crosslet 
iitched az. 21 1. 14 

Bonney, a square padlock ppr. 168. 13 

Bonney, a martlet ppr. Ne quid 7iimis. 
95- 4 

Bonney, Rev. Thomas George, 23, 
Denning Road, N.W., same crest and 
motto. 

Bonniman, Scotland, a spur between two 
wings ppr. III. 13 

Bonner, G., Esquire, 42, Queen's Gate 
Terrace, Kensington, a demi-talbot or, 
gorged with a collar gemelle az., hold- 
ing between the paws an hourglass 
ppr. A la bonne heurt. 

Bonsall, John Joseph, of Fronfraith, co. 
Cardigansh., Aberystwith and Llan- 
wTin, Montgomerysh. , Wales, a dexter 
hand grasping a cross flory gu. Pro 
patria. 221. 14 

Bonsall, Thomas William, Morben, Slont- 
goniery, same crest and motto. 

Bonsbaw, a dexter hand issuing from a 
cloud in fess holding a sword in pale, 
on the point a garland of laurel, all 
ppr. Mente viamique. cf. 223. 10 

Bonsor, Henry Cosmo Orme, Kingswood 
Warren, Epsom, Surrey, on a staff 
raguly in fess or, a wolf passant sa., 
collared, and the chain reflexed over 
the back of the first, the dexter paw 
resting on a rose gu., barbed and seeded 
ppr. cf. 29. I 

Bontein, Scotland, a cubit arm erect 

holding a sword ppr. Fortiter et fide. 

132. 12 

Bontein, a cross crosslet fitchee in pale 
surmounted by two palm-branches in 
saltier. 

Bontein and Bonteine, Scotland, an 

armillary sphere ppr. Soli Deo gloria. 

159. 10 

Bontein, John, Esquire, a demi-eagle 
issuing out of a ducal coronet ppr. 
Copiose et opportuve. 

Bontein, James Shelley. Esquire, Glen- 
cruitten, Oban, Argyllsh., same crest 
and motto. 

Bonten, a griffin segreant holding in the 
dexter claw a sword in pale. cf. 62. 2 

Bontien, out of a ducal coronet a demi- 
eagle issuing ppr. Copiose et opportune. 

Bontine and Bontien of Ardoch, Dumbar- 
ton, Scotland, a bunting-bird standing 
on a garb, all ppr. Copiose et oppor- 
tune. 

Bonton, a cubit arm erect holding a mill- 
rind, all ppr. 

Bonus and Bonest of London, a talbot's 
head couped arg. 56. 12 

Bonvile, Devonsh., a stag's head ppr. 

121. 5 

Bonvill, a demi-lion rampant supporting 
an anchor ppr. 12. 12 



63 

Bonwick, Surrey, a lion's head erased gu., 
charged with an etoile or. cj. 17. 8 

Bonynge, Charles William, Esquire, of 
42, Prince's Gate, London, an ostrich 
ppr., charged with an escallop sa., and 
holding in the beak a key of the same. 
Virtnie decoratus. 

Bonython, Sir John Langdon, Esquire, of 

Carclew, Adelaide, South Australia, 

a fawn feeding ppr. In Deo spesmea. 

124. 13 

Boodam, an etoile of eight rays or. 

c!. 164. 4 

Boodle, a horse's head, the neclv trans- 
pierced with a spear in bend ppr. 

50. II 

Booer, a wolf's head erased erm. 30. 8 

Booker, London and Notts, a swan ppr., 
collared and lined az. 99. i 

Booker, Lieutenant-Colonel Josias, of 
Demerara, in the West Indies, on a 
mount vert, a swan ppr., collared and 
lined, and charged on the breast with 
a fleur-de-lis az. Deo non fortuna. 

Booker, Ireland, a crow feeding ppr. 

107. 4 

Booker of Cobrey Park, Heref., a demi- 
eagle displayed. Ad cailum iendit. 

81. 6 

Bookey, a dove volant arg., holding in 
the beak a sprig vert. cf. 93. 10 

Bookey of Ardenode, co. Kildare, Ireland, 
from a morion az., a buck's head 
couped ppr. Tctuix ct fidvs. 

Boon or Boone, ;■. bell ppr. 168. 7 

Boon or Boone, a hand holding a sheaf of 
arrows, points downwards, all ppr. 

214. 3 

Boord, Sir (Thomas) William, Bart., 
Oldbury Place, Ightham, Kent, a goat 
arg., guttee-de-poix, resting the dexter 
leg on an escutcheon gu., charged with 
a martlet of the first. Virtute et 
industrid. 239. i 

Boord, Borde, or Board, of Cuckfield and 
Lingfield, Sussex, a goat statant erm., 
armed or. 129. 5 

Boorman of East Peckham, Kent, a bee 
volant between two oak - branches 
fructed, all ppr. 

Boorne of London and Essex, an heraldic 
tiger sejant gu., maned, tufted, and 
tailed or. cf. 25. 7 

Boorne, out of a ducal coronet a stag's 
head arg. 1 20. 7 

Boorne of Battle, Sussex, a stag's head 
erased gu., attired arg., and guttce- 
d'eau. cf. 121. 2 

Boors, an eel naiant az. 142. 10 

Boot or Boote, a greyhound couchant 
between two branches of laurel in 
orle. Go. 5 

Booth, Sclater-, Baron Basing, see Basing. 

Booth, Chesh., a li'/nn- of St. f'atherine 

ppr., vested vri m ! "'i!i,i ducal 

coronet w-ithiii '. 1 : ,Im: m i rimed or, 
holding in her d. -.ii 1 Ii.mmI ,1 . atherine- 
wheel or, and m lur oiuiaui a sword, 
the point downwards. 

Booth, Derbysh., a St. Catherine ppr., 
kneeling in prayer, vested arg., crowned 
or, holding in the dexter hand a 
Catherine - wheel and in the sinister 
a sword point downwards. 

Booth, Haworth, Benjamin Blaydes, 
HuUbank House, near Hull, Yorks : 
(i) A St. Catherine robed and crowned 
as a queen kneeling in prayer, holding 



BOR 

in her dexter hand a catherine-wheel, 
and in her sinister a sword, point 
do%vnwards. (2) A stag's head gu., 
attired or, gorged with a laurel- 
wTeath arg. Quod ero spero. 1 20. 3 

Booth of Hoe Place, Woking, a lion pas- 
sant arg. Quod ero spero. 6. 2 

Booth, Robert Home Brooke, of Glendon 
Hall, Xorthamp., a lion passant arg. 
Quod ero spero. 6. 2 

Booth, John Firth, Manor House, Lees, 
near Oldham, a lion passant. Quod 
ero spero. 

Booth, James Erskine Wise, Esquire, ol 
Lara, Annomoe, co. Wicklow, upon a 
wreath of laurel a lion passant. Nee 
temere nee timide. 

Booth or Boothe of Barton, Lanes, and 
Dunham Massey, Chesh., a lion ; 



arg. 6. 2 

Booth of Twemlow, Chesh., a lion passant 
per pale wavy arg. and erm., charged 
on the shoulder with a hank of cotton 
ppr. cf. 6. 2 

Booth, Gore-, Sir Josslyn Augustus 
Richard, Bart., Ireland: (i) A lion 
passant arg. Quod ero spero. 6. 2. 
(2) A wolf rampant arg. In hoc signo 
vinces. — Gentiwquiisutrique. 28. 2 

Booth, Sir Charles, Bart., of Portland 
Place, Middx., and Great Catworth, 
Hunts., a lion passant arg., gorged 
with a bar-gemelle and holding in the 
dexter paw a chaplet of laurel vert. 
Dcas adjuvat nos. 

Booth of Salford, Lanes, two laurel- 
branches vert in orle, thereon a lion 
passant arg. Non mihi, scd Deo et 

Booth, George H., 3, St. George's Place, 
Victoria Gardens, Brighton, on a 
garland of laurel a lion passant. 

Booth of Kellingham, Lines, a boar's 
head erased and erect sa., armed or, 
holding in the mouth a spear-head arg. 

Booth, Philip Henry, J. P., Gildersome, 
near Leeds, a lion passant. Quod ero 
spero. 

Booth, Berks, a porcupine's head erased. 
cf. 136. 2 

Booth, a fasces ppr. 171- 4 

Boothby, Sir Brooke, Bart., of Broadlow, 
Ash, Derbysh., a lion's gamb erased and 
erect or. Mors Christi, mors mortis 
mihi. 36. 4 

Boothby, Charles Edward, Esquire, of 
I, Palmeira Square, Brighton, Sussex, 
same crest and motto. 

Bootle - Wilbraham, see Skelmersdale, 
Baron. 

Bootle, a leopard couchant or, spotted 
gu. 24. 10 

Bootle, a demi-hon rampant regardant 
ppr., holding between the paws an 
antique oval shield gu., rimmed or, 
charged with a cross patonce crossed 
ars. 

Booty, Suff., on a mount vert., a hand 
ppr., couped at the -svrist, holding a 
sword arg., hilt«d or. c/. 212. 13 

Bor of Dublin, two wings endorsed gu. 
and or, on the former a fleur-de-lis of 
the last. Sicut iris florebit. cf. 109. 12 

Boraster and Boraston, Heref., Worcs., 
and Berks, out of a mural coronet sa., 
a griffin's head or, gorged with a fess 
between two vars-gemelle gu. 

cf. 67. 10 



BOR 

Bordelays, Bordeleys, Bordeley, or Bor- 
deloys, Camb, an Indian goat salient, 
holding in the mouth a branch of 
trefoil. 

Boreel, Sir Jacob William Gustavus, 
Bart., of Meervliet, Velsen, Holland, a 
demi-man sa., wreathed about the head 
and loins, holding iu his dexter hand 
an arrow in bend sinister, point 
upwards ppr. 

Boreham or Borham, on a mural coronet 
ppr., a serpent nowed vert. 142. 12 

Boreham, H. W.. M.B., Elm Bank, 
Teignmouth, same crest. Destruendo 
conservatis. 

Borelands, a broken lance ppr. Press 
through. 175- 6 

Boreley and Borseley, Wilts, in front of 
a rock, a Cornish chough ppr. <•/. 102. 6 

Borell or Burrell, Heref., and Brommer 
Park, Northumb., a naked arm em- 
bowed ppr., charged with three pellets, 
holding in the hand a branch vert, 
fructed or. 

Boreman, on the stump of a tree, an eagle 
rising ppr. 79- 12 

Boreston or Borreston, a parrot vert, 
breasted gu. loi. 4 

Borgoine, a marigold, on the top thereof 
a bee, all ppr. cf. 151. 12 

Borham, see Boreham. 

Borington, Viscount, see Morley, Earl of. 

Borlacy of London, a stag's head erased 
ppr., holding in the mouth a riband 
with the motto " Spes mea Dens." 

Borland and Borelands, Scotland, a 
broken lance ppr. Press through. 

175. 6 

Borlase of Bookmer, Buclcs, and of 
Cornw., a wolf passant regardant arg., 
struck in the shoulder with an arrow 
or, held in the mouth. Te digna 
sequere. cf. 28. 6 

Borman, Devonsh. and Somers., a bull's 
head erased or, armed sa. 44. 3 

Borminghall, a wolf's head erased gu. 

30. 8 

Borne, Kent, a lion sejant or, collared 
az., resting the dexter forepaw on a 
pellet cf. 6. II 

Borodaile, a dragon's head erased ppr. 

cf. 71. 2 

Boron, a dragon's head and wings sa., 
collared or. cf. 72. 7 

Borough, Bart, {extinct), of Baseldon Park, 
Berks, three plates surmounted by a 
plume of five ostrich-feathers arg. 
Suivez moi. 

Borough, Shropsh., a fleur-de-lis arg. 

148. 2 

Borough of Sandwick, Kent, a dove 
standing on a snake, all ppr. 92. 10 

Borough, Lines, and of Richmond, YorlvS, 
a swan's head and neck arg., beaked 
gu. cf. loi. 6 

Borough or Burgh, a falcon rising erm., 
belled and ducally gorged or. 87. 2 

Borough, John Sidney Burton, of Chet- 
wynd Park, Newport, co. Salop, and 
of Edgmond, Shropsh., on a mount 
an eagle regardant, wings expanded, 
all ppr., the dexter claw supporting 
the shield of Pallas or. Yirtute et rohore. 

Borough, George Thomas, Esquire, an 
eagle ppr., holding the shield of Pallas 
in its claws. Yirtute et rohore. 

Borough, two wings addorsed erm. 



64 



Borradaile, Borrodalle, or Boradaile, out 

of a tower, a demi-greyhound, holding 
between his paws a branch of laurel, 
aUppr. cf. 157. 8 

Borrer, of Henfield, Sussex, a buck's head 
ppr., erased and fretty arg., holding in 
his mouth an auger of the first. Fide 
laboro. 

Borrer, Arthur Hardre,ss, Esquire, of 
6, Durham Place, Chelsea, S.W., a 
buck's head erased ppr, fretty arg., 
holding in the mouth an auger of the 
first. 

Borrer, Major Gary Hampton, J.P., 
D.L., Somerhill Lodge, Hove, Sussex, 
same crest. 

Borrer, Rev. Charles Alexander, of 
Horseheath, Linton, Cambs, same crest. 

Borrer, Walter Charles Freshfield Clifford, 
Esquire, of Pickwell, Cuckfield, Sussex, 
same crest. Deo cari nihilo carenl. 

Borrer, William, Esquire, of Brook HiU, 
Cowfield, Horsham, same crest. Fide 
laboro. 

Borreston, see Boreston. 

Borrett of London, a boar's head and 
nock erased, of a sandy colour and 
bristled or, the neck transpierced with 
a broken spear of the second, the end 
hold in the mouth. 

Borron, a paschal lamb ppr. Per tela per 
hoslcs impamdi. 131. 2 

Borrow, Derbysh., on a mount an eagle 
regardant, wings expanded, all ppr., 
supporting with the dexter claw the 
shield of Pallas or. 

Borrowes, Sir Kildare Dixon, Bart., 
Gilltown, CO. Kildare, Ireland, a lion 
gardant murally crowned, all or. Non 

Borrowes of Gilltown, Newbridge, co. 
Kildare, a lion sejant arg., ducally 
crowned or. Non vi virtute. 

Borrowes or Borrows, Ireland, a boar's 
head erased in fess, with a sword 
thrust through the under jaw in pale, 
and issuing out of the mouth. 

Borrowes or Borrows, a crane support- 
ing with the dexter claw an anchor. 

105. 10 

Borrowman, Scotland, a demi-man in 
armour brandishing in his dexter hand 
a sword, all ppr. Pro patria. 187. i 

Borselle, over the stump of an oak-tree 
an eagle volant ppr. 

Borsley, in front of a rock, a Cornish 
chough ppr. cf. 102. 6 

Borston, a dagger in pale az., hilt and 
pommel or. 

Borthwick of Gordonshall, Scotland, a 
withered rose-bush sprouting anew 
from the root. Virtus post facto. 

Borthwick, Baron (Borthwick), a Moor's 
head in profile couped ppr., nTeathed 
arg. and sa. Qui conducit. 192. 13 

Borthwick (Baron Glenesk), on a staff 
raguly fessewise sa., a blackamoor's 
head in profile couped ppr. Qui con- 
ducit. 299. 15 

Borthwick, John, Esquire, of Heriot, 
Midlothian, a blackamoor's head in 
profile couped. Qui conducit. 

Borthwick, Scotland, a savage's head 
couped ppr. Qui conducit. 191. i 

Borthwick of Stow, Scotland, a dexter 
hand couped and apaumee, charged 
with an eye ppr. Mente manuque. 

222. 4 



BOS 

Borthwick, Browne-, of Hope Park, Mid- 
lothian, a cubit arm erect ppr., grasp- 
ing a fleur-de-lis or. Delectat et ornat. 
cf. 215. 5 

Borthwick of Hartside, Scotland, a hart's 
head erased gu., attired or, devouring 
a serpent ppr. Coelitus datum. 1 2 1 . 7 

Borthwick of Muirhouse, Scotland, a 
pelican with wings expanded or, 
vulning herself ppr. Ex vulnere salus. 

Borthwick of Crookston, Scotland, a 
Moor's head couped ppr. Fide el spc. 

Borthwick of Mayshiels, Scotland, an 
eagle rising ppr. Nee deerit operi 
dextra. 77. 5 

Borton, Suff., a boar's head ppr. 41. i 

Borton of Stapleford, a boar's head 
couped or, holding in the mouth a 
branch of laurel ppr. 

Borton, General Sir Arthur, G.C.B.. 
K.C.B., G.C.M.G., 105, Eaton Place, 
London, S.W., in front of a sword pale- 
ways point downwards ppr., pommel 
and hilt gold, a boar's head couped 
sa., holding in the mouth a sprig of 
laurel fructed, also ppr. In Deo 
confido. 

Bosanquet, Percival, Esquire, J. P.. of 
Ponfield, near Hertford, a demi-lion 
rampant ppr. Per dnmna per codes. 

Bosanquet, Samuel Courthope, Dingestow 
Court, Monm., a demi-lion rampant, 
couped gu. 

Bosanquet, Charles Bertie Pulleine, Es- 
quire, of Rock Hall, Alnwick, Nor- 
thumb., same crest. 

Bosanquet, Theodore, Esquire, West 
Dov/n House, Bradworthy, North 
Devonsh., a demi-lion rampant ppr. 

Bosanquet, Smith-, Horace James, Es- 
quire, of Broxbournebury, Broxbourne, 
Herts : (l) A demi-lion gu., gorged with 
a collar nebuly or, and holding between 
the paws a mullet of six points of the 
first within an annulet of the second 
(for Bosanquet). (2) An elephant's 
head erased or, eared gu., charged on 
the neck with three fleur-de-lis, two 
and one az. (for Smith). Per damna, 
percnedes. — Tenax in fide. cf. 133. 3 

Boscawen, Boscawen Trevor Griffith, 
Trevalyn, Denbigh, a lion passant sa. 

Boscawen, Cornw., a falcon ppr. 85. 2 

Boscawen (Rt. Hon. Evelvn Edward 
Thomas, Viscount Falmouth), a falcon 
close ppr., belled or. Patience passe 
science. 85. 2 

Bosgrave, a boar's head erased arg., 
between two oak-branches vert, fructed 
or. 42. I 

Bosne and Bosney, a cockatrice dis- 
played. 68. 14 

Bosom, Bosome, and Bossum. Cornw., a 
tree growing out of a mount ppr. 143. 14 

Boss, Durh., out of a naval coronet, an 
arm holding a billet, all ppr. Cada 
uno e-s hijo de sub obras. 



Bostock of Abingdon, Berks, an antelojje 

jed with a collar gu. 126.12 

Shropsh., a martlet arg. 95. 4 



or, gorged with a collar gu. 126. 12 

tlet arg. 
Bostock of Bostock, Chesh., and Whixall, 



Shropsh., on the stump of a tree 
eradicated arg., a bear's head erased 
sa., muzzled or. 
Bostock of Oxford, Kent, a crescent arg., 
therefrom issuant a bear's head pean 
erased gu., muzzled or. 



Bostock, Francis, Horsham, Sussex, same 
crest. 

Boston, Baron (Irby), a Saracen's head 
in profile ppr., wreathed arg. and sa. 
Honor fidelitatis prcemium. IQO. 14 

Boston, Scotland, a dove between two 
branches of laurel in orle, all ppr. 

92. 12 

Boston, a horse's head in armour ppr. 

51. 13 

Bosum of Windley, Norf., a talbot's head 
erased arg., eared and ducally crowned 
or. s6. 9 

Bosvile. Thomas Bolle, Raven field Park, 
near Rotherham, or Bosvllle, Yorks, 
a bull statant arg., the hinder part 
behind a clump of oak-trees ppr. 
Intento in Deum animo. 

Bosville, Alexander Wentworth Mac- 
donald, Thorpe Hall, Bridlington : 
(i) A bull passant arg., armed sa., 
issuant from a hurst of oaks ppr., and 
charged on the shoulder with a rose j 
gu. (2) A cubit arm in fesse couped 
in armour ppr., charged with a bendlet 
sinister az., the hand ppr. holding 
a cross crosslet erect fitchee gu. 
Virtus propter se. Per mare per terrain. 

Boswall, Sir George Lauderdale Houston, 
Bart., Blackadder, Edrora, Berwicksh.: 
( I ) A cubit arm grasping a sword ppr. 
239. 7. (2) A sandglass winged ppr. 
{Houston). Foriiter. — " In time." 

239. 8 

Boswell, Bart., of Auchinleck, Ayr, a 
falcon ppr., hooded gu., belled or. 
Vrai/e foi. 292. 3 

Boswell, John Irvine, Crawley Grange, 
Newport Pagnell, a falcon close ppr., 
hooded. Vraye foy. 292. 3 

Boswell, Claud Patrick, Esquire, of 
Balmuto, Fifeshire, a falcon ppr., 
hooded gu., jessed and belled or. 
Vraye jot. 292. 3 

Boswell, Yorks, out of a wood ppr., a 
bull passant arg. 

Boswell, Yorks and Kent, a lion's head. 
21. I 

Boswell of Glsissmount, Scotland, a lark 
volant ppr. Nothing venture, nothing 
have. cf. 93. 10 

Boswell of Dowen, Scotland, same crest. 
/ hope /or better. 

Boswell, John Douglas, Garrallan, Ayr : 
(i) A falcon ppr., hooded gu., belled 
or (Boswell). (2) A heart ppr (Douglas). 
( I ) Vraye foy. (2) Fortis et fiddis. 

Boswortb, a lily slipped and leaved ppr. 
151. 2 

Bosworth, a demi-lion rampant ppr. 
.Animus valet. 10. 2 

Botatort or Botetourt, Norf., out of a 

mural coronet, six spears in saltier ppr. 

175- 8 

Boteler of Teston, Kent, two eagles sup- 
])orting a vine ppr. AquUae vitem 
pocifla. 

Boteler of Hatfield-Woodhall, Herts, an 
arm in armour embowed, holding in 
the hand a sword ppr. 195. 2 

Boteler, a covered cup or, between two 
wings, the dexter arg., the 



Boteler or Botler of Bewsey, a unicorn 
salient arg., armed or, tied round the 
neck with a sash of the last. 

Botell and Bothell, Essex, a marigold 
ppr. 151. 12 



Boteller, a covered cup or. 

Boterwike, a hawk, holding in its dexter 
claw an ear of wheat ppr. 85. 7 

Boteshed, a stag's head arg. 121. 5 

Botetourt, see Botatort. 

Botevile, Boteville, or Bonteville, Shropsh., 
a reindeer or. J'av bonne cause. 

cf. 125. 9 

Both or Bothe, on a tower embattled, a 
Hag displayed. 157. 13 

Bothell, see Botell. 

Botheras, Cornw., a demi-lion rampant 
ppr. Pro Deo et pntria. 10. 2 

Bothwell, Lord Holyroodhouse, Scotland, 
a naked boy pulling down the top of 
a green pine-tree, all ppr. Obduram 
ad versus urgentia. 189. 6 

Botiler, a cinquefoil gu. 148. 12 

Botley, Berks, a boar's head and neck 
sa., ducally gorged or. Prohitate. 

cf. 41. 6 

Botockshed, a stag's head arg. 121. 5 

Botreaulx or Botreaux, a dove standing 
on a hill, all ppr. 92. 3 

Botreulx or Botreux, Cornw., two laurel- 
branches in saltier ppr. 

Botstord, Hon. Amos Edwin, of the city 
of Ottawa and parish of Sackvjlle, in 
the Dominion of Canada, Lieutenant- 
Colonel Reserve Militia, co. Westml., 
«.?es a bird close. Digrm sequens. 

Bott, Staffs, on a glove a falcon ppr. 86. 12 

Botteler and Bottiller, Ireland, a cock's 
head and neck vert, combed, wattled, 
beaked, and ducally gorged or, between 
two dragons' wings expanded arg. 

cf. 68. 8 

Botteley, Botilly, or Botley, a boar's head 
and neck sa., ducally gorged or. 

cf. 41. 6 

Bottell, an escallop az. 141. 14 

Bottiller, a cinquefoil gu. 148. 12 

Bottlesham, an escallop-shell between 
two wings. 141. 10 

Bottomley, Yorks, out of a tower, a demi- 
lion ppr. Fortiter fideliter et feliciter. 
157. II 

Bottomley of Wade House, Halifax, 
Yorks, upon a mount vert, an Angola 
goat in front of a palm-tree ppr., rest- 
ing the dexter foot upon an escutcheon 
gu., charged with a shuttle palewise 
or. Fideli certa merces. 

Bottonley, a hawk standing on a fish, 
all ppr. 86. 6 

Bottrell, Shropsh., a quiver erect sa., 
garnished or, strapped gu., the buckle 
also or, replenished with arrows arg. 

Bouche, a Saracen's head, couped at the 
shoulders and affrontee ppr., wreathed 
ara. and sa. 190. 5 

Boucher, see Bouchier and Bourchier. 

Boucher, .\lfred Richard, Esquire, of 
Trenean, St. Germans, Cornw., a demi- 
sea-horse ppr., collared and lined gu., 
between the fins a water-bouget sa. 
Deo favenie. 

Boucher, Edward Graham, of Fairfield, 
Lymington, Hampshire, same crest 
and motto. 

Boucher and Bouchier, an owl ppr. Non 
vised voluntate. 96. 5 

Boucher of Salisbury, Wilts, a greyhound 
sejant arg., collared and lined or. 

cf. 59. 4 

Boucher, an old man's head in profile 
couped at the shoulders ppr., on his 
head a cap turned down in front. 



BOU 

Boucherett of Willingham and Stalling- 
borough, Lincoln, a cockatrice or. 
Prima voce salutat. 68. 5 

Bouchier of Little Stainbridge, Essex, a 
greyhound sejant arg., ducally gorged 
or. cf. 59. 4 

Boudier of Jersey, a crescent az. Dieu 
et la religion. 163. 2 

Bouge of Thurcaston, Leics., a bat dis- 
played arg., armed or. 137. II 

Bough, Scotland, the stump of an oak- 
tree sprouting branches ppr. Quod ero 
spero. 145. 2 

Boughey of Colton, Staffs, an angel pray- 
ing between two branches of laurel in 
orle ppr. 184. 2 

Boughey, Fletcher-, Sir Thomas, Bart., 
of Aqualate, Newport, Shropshire: (l) 
A plate charged with a pheon per pale 
erm. and sa., the point downward (for 
Fletcher). 242.5. {2) Out of an Eastern 
crown or, points alternately of the 
last and arg., a buck's head erm., 
attired aad collared of the first (for 
Boughey). Nee qucerere, nee spernere, 
honorem.. 242. 4 

Boughs, the stump of a tree sprouting 
ppr., from one of the branches a shield 
pendent gu. 145. 8 

Boughton, a stork's head ereised, holding 
in the beak an eel, all ppr. cf. 104. 2 

Boughton, a stork's head arg., beaked 
gu., holding therein a snake ppr. 

106. 3 

Boughton, Warw., a lion's head couped 
or. 21. I 

Boughton, a goat's head couped per pale 
arg. pellettee, and gu. bezantee, 
attired, or cf. 12S. 12 

Boughton, Bouse-, Sir Charles Henry, 
Bart., of Lawford Hall, Warw. : A 
man's head ppr., the hair, beard, and 
whiskers sa., the head surrounded and 
crossed by a ribbon knotted at the top 
and flowing from either temple arg. 
(for Rouse). A stork's head erased 
chevrony of four sa. and arg., holding 
in the beak or, a snake ppr. (for 
Boughton). Omne bonum Dei donum. 
cf. 106. 3 

Boulby or Bowlby, two branches of thorn 
in orle. 146- 4 

Bould and Boulde, of Bould, Lanes, out 
of a ducal coronet or, a griffin's head 
sa., beaked gu., between two wings of 
the first. cf. 67. I 

Bouling, a garb or. 153-2 

Boulsted and Boulstred, Devonsh., a 
bull's head between two wings gu., 
armed arg. 43- 'O 

Boult, a morion ppr. 180. i 

Boult, a heron ppr. 105. 9 

Boultbee, a stag's head erased ppr. 121. 2 

Boultbee or Boultbie, out of a ducal 
coronet, a dcmi-boar ppr. cf. 40. 13 

Boulter of Bristol, two bird-bolts in 
saltire, and thereon a dove rising ppr. 

Boulton, Norf., and Yorks on a holly- 
bush vert, fructed gu., a hawk rising 

Boulton of Gibbon Grove, Surrey, a hawk 
with wings expanded arg., collared 
legged, and belled gu., the dexter foot 
supporting an escutcheon az., charged 
with a fleur-de-lis or. cf. 87. 7 

Boulton. James, Esquire, of 13 A, Great 
Marlborough Street, London, W., upon 
a mount vert, an eagle with wings 

5 



BOU 

displayed, holding in the beak a 
branch of holly, and between two 
branches of holly, all ppr. 

Boulton, Percy, M.D., 15, Seymour 
Street, Portman Square, W., a hawk 
belled ppr. Dum spiro spero. 

Boulton of Forebridge Villa, Stafis, on a 
fer-de-moulin, a hawk pierced with an 
arrow. Mens conscia recti. 

Boulton, Matthew Ernest, Tew Park, 
Oxford, a hind's head per pale az. and 
or, erased gu., in the mouth an arrow 
in bend, point downwards ppr. Faire 
son devoir. 

Boulton, a horse at full speed saddled 
and bridled. 52- i 

Boulton, see Bolton. 

Boulton, Lines, a tun erect ppr., trans- 
fixed by a bird-bolt fesseways or. 
Dux vitce ratio. 

Boulton, James Forster, Toronto, Ontario, 
Canada, same crest and motto. 

Boulton of Soho, Staffs, a hind's head 
erased per pale az. and or, holding in 
the mouth an arrow in bend point 
downwards. Faire sum devoir. 

cf. 124. 3 

Boulton, Samuel Bagster, Copped Hall, 
Totteridge, on a holly- bush a falcon 
rising, holding in its dexter paw a 
bird bolt in pale, point downwards, 
and in its beak a sprig of holly, all 
ppr. / will never quit. 244. 10 

Bound, on the top of a tower, a lion 
rampant. 157. 12 

Bounn or Boun, a sword and a key in 
saltier ppr. 17 1- 1° 

BoUTCh, Ireland, a demi-lion rampant gu., 
holding in his dexter paw a fleur-de- 
lis or. 13- 2 

Bourcher, BourchiFj or Bourchier, a man's 
head in profile ppr., couped at the 
shoulders, crowned with a ducal 
coronet or, and issuing therefrom a 
cap tasselled and turned forward gu. 
cf. 190. 8 

Bourcher, Worcs., on a mount vert, a 
greyhound sejant arg., dueally gorged 
and lined or. cj. 59. 2 

Bourchier, a greyhound salient or. 

Bourchier, Essex and London, a grey- 
hound sejant arg., dueally gorged or. 
c/- 59- 4 

Bourchier, see Bouchier and Bourcher. 

Bourchier, a mullet of six points. 164. 3 

Bourchier-Chilcott, Thomas, 4, Stone 
Buildings, Lincoln's Inn, W.C. : (i) 
Out of a ducal coronet a mount ppr., 
thereon a stag statant gu. (2) A man's 
head in profile couped at the shoulders 
ppr., on the head a ducal coronet or, 
issuing therefrom a cap tasselled and 
turned forward gu. Le bon temps 
viendra. 

Bourchier, Henry James, Baggotstown, 
near Bruff, co. Limerick, on a cap of 
maintenance gu., turned up erm., a 
griffin arg. Le bon temps viendra. — 
Vincere vel mori. 

Bourdelain and Bourdillon, on a chapeau 
a martlet. {Another, with the wings 
endorsed.) 95. i 

Bourden, a bunch of grapes ppr. 152. 7 

Bourdon, a gilliflower ppr. 151. 8 

Bourdon, Scotland, a lion rampant arg., 
holding a battle-axe ppr. 

Bourges of Westport, Dorset, a camel's 
head erased ppr., bezantee. c/. 132. 7 



66 

Bourke, Earl of Mayo, see Mayo. 
Bourke, Baron Connemara, see Conne- 

mara. 

Bourke, Viscount Bourke, of Mayo 
(dormant], on a chapeau gu., turned 
up erm., a lion sejant arg., ducaUy 
gorged or. Audaces fortuna juval. 

cf. 7. 6 

Bourke of Ballintober, co. Mayo, Ireland, 
on a chapeau gu., turned up erm., a 
lion sejant arg. 

Bourke of St. Andrews, Holbome, Middx., 
a lion couchant gardant, the tail 
issuing from between the hind-legs or 
charged on the shoulder with a fleur-de- 
lis az. Chacun le sien. 7- n 

Bourke of Thornfield, Ireland, a moun- 
tain-cat sejant gardant ppr., collared 
and chained or. In cruce solus. 

26. 13 

Bourke, Lord Castle Connell, the same 
crest. 

Bourke, Lord Brittas, the same crest. 
VincXus aed non rictus. 

Bourn, Surrey, between two wings a 
peacock's head, holding in the beak a 
serpent, the tail coiled round the neck, 
all ppr. 103. 3 

Bourne, Ireland, between two wings a 
peacock's head, holding in the beak a 
serpent, the tail coiled round the neck, 
all ppr. 103. 3 

Bourne, London, out of clouds ppr., an 
arm erect, vested or, cuffed arg., 
holding in the hand, also ppr., a 
pheon by the point sa. 

Bourne of Chesterton, Oxon., a pegasus 
current, wings addorsed gu., semee 
d'etoiles or, and holding in the mouth 
a rose of the first, stalked and leaved 
ppr., seeded of the second. cf. 47. 2 

Bourne, John, of Hilderstone Hall, Staffs, 
on a mount vert, a pegasus salient per 
fesse or and gu., charged on the body 
with two fountains ppr., holding in the 
mouth a trefoil slapped vert. Hcec 
omnia transeunt. 47. 4 

Bourne of Wells, Somers., a demi- 
heraldic tiger arg., armed, maned. and 
tufted sa., gorged with a collar er- 
minois. cf. 23. 13 

Bourne of Stalmine Hall, Lancaster, an 
heraldic tiger sejant or, guttce-de-sang, 
resting the dexter paw on a cross pattee 
gu. Esse quam videri. 255. 19 

Bourne, Bart., of Hackinsall, Lanes, 
same crest. Semper viqilans. 

Bourne, Rev. George Drinlcwater, of 
Weston Subedge, Gloucs., same crest 
and motto. 

Bournes, George Smith, Esquire, of 
Rossport House, BelmuUet, Ireland, 
a garb between two doves respecting 
each other, all ppr. Vincit qui patitur. 

Bousfleld, William, 33, Stanhope Gardens, 
Queen's Gate, S.W., out of a ducal 
coronet an eagle's head ppr. 

Bousfleld, out of a ducal coronet an 
eagle's head ppr. cf. S3. 14 

Boustead, a lion's head erased, and on it 
a chapeau, all ppr. 21. 10 

Boutcher, Emmanuel, Esquire, a grey- 
hound sejant arg., collared, and with 
the line reflexed over the back or, 
semee of estoiles sa., and resting the 
dexter paw on a water- bouget of the 
last. Be fast. 59. 6 

Bouteville, see Boteville. 



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Boutfleur, a fleur-de-lis az. 148. 2 

Boutflower, Andrew, M.R.C.S., Stene- 
eourt, Kersal, Manchester, a fleur-de- 
lis. 294. 15 

Bouverie, Campbell-, see Campbell. 

Bouverie, see Radnor, Earl of. 

Bouverie, John Augustus Shell, of Dela- 
pre Abbey, Northamp., a demi-eagle 
with two heads displayed sa., dueally 
gorged or, charged on the breast with 
a cross crosslet arg. Patria cara, carior 
libertas. 3°^. - 

Bouverie, De, a demi-eagle displayed 
with two heads sa., gorged with a 
ducal coronet or, and charged on the 
breast with a cross crosslet arg. 302. 2 

Bouvier, an eagle with wings expanded 
and inverted ppr. cf. 77. 4 

Bouwen, a tent gu., garnished or. 158. 7 

Bouwens, in front of a demi-lion guardant 
or, between two wings vair arg. and sa., 
three roses fesseways arg., barbed and 
seeded ppr. tiec. temere, nee timide. 

Bover of Appleton, Chesh., a goat's head 
couped sa., armed and charged on the 
neck with a fleur-de-lis or. cf. 128. 12 

Bovey of Wordon Abbey, Beds and Stow, 
Cambs., a lion's gamb erect and erased 
per fesse or and gu., holding a bow of 
the second, stringed of the first. 

Bovil and Bolvile, Suff., a demi-friar 
holding in his dexter hand a crucifix. 

cf. 187. 7 

Bovile, Bovyle, and Bovyll, a bull passant 
quarterly sa. and or. cf. 45. 2 

Bow, Scotland, a lion's head erased ppr., 
Fideliter. I7- S 

Bowater of London, out of cloucJs a rain- 
bow ppr. 

Bowcher, out of a ducal coronet or, a 
demi-pelican vulning herself arg. 

Bowdan and Bowden of Bowden, Chesh., 
a bezant charged with a lion's head 
erased gu., coUared arg. cf. 19. i 

Bowden, Derbysh., a heron's head erased 
or. 104. II 

Bowden of Stroud Green, Croydon, Surrey, 
in front of a battle-axe and a tilting- 
spear in saltier or, a heron's head 
erased sa. cf. 104. 11 

Bowden-Smitb, Nathaniel, Vice- Admiral, 
K.C.B., a talbot passant. Suaviter 
in modo, fortiter in re. 

Bowditch of Bowditch, Dorset, seven 
arrows or, barbed and feathered arg., 
six in saltier, one in pale. 173. 7 

Bowdler, Shropsh., on a mount vert, a 
Cornish chough ppr. 107. 9 

Bowdler, a dexter arm embowed grasping 
an arrow, all ppr. 201.13 

Bowdler, Richard Hope, Esquire, of 
Kirkham, Lanes, a dexter arm em- 
bowed, holding in the hand an arrow, 
all ppr. Innocue ac provide. 201. 13 

Bowdon, of Beightonfields, Derbysh : 
(i) A heron's head erased ppr., beaked 
and charged on the neck with three 
erm. spots sa. cf. 104. 11. (2) Out 
of a ducal coronet or, a demi-eagle 
displayed ppr. Vanus est honor. So. 14 

Bowdon, Butler-, John Erdeswicke, of 
Pleasington Hall, Lanes : (i) A heron's 
head erased ppr., beaked and charged 
on the neck with three erm. spots {for 
j Bowdon). cf. 104. II. (2) A covered 
cup or, charged with an erm. spot {for 
Butler). Comme je trouve.—Vanus est 
I honor. 



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Bowel! of Berry Court. Hants, a lion's 
head erased barry of six arg. and gu. 

cf. \y. 4 

Bowen-Colthurst, see Colthurst. 

Bowen, a stag trippant ppr. Cautus a 
juturo. 117. S 

Bowen of Kittle Hill and Swansea, a 
stag statant, vulned in the back with 
an arrow, all ppr. 117. 10 

Bowen of Courtwood, Queen's Co., Ireland, 
on a mount vert, a stag lodged gu., 
attired or, holding in the mouth a 
trefoil slipped ppr., and charged with 
a crescent or, for difference. Virtns 
rincit invidiam. cf. 115. 12 

Bowen of Ballyadams, Queen's Co., on 
a mount vert, in front of an oak- 
tree ppr., fructed or, a stag lodged 
gu., attired and ungu. of the third, 
holding in the mouth a trefoil slipped 
of the first. cf. 115. 10 

Bowen, Henry Charles Cole, Esquire, of 

15, Herbert Place, Dublin, a stag's 
head. Caustus in future. 

Bowen, Webb-, of Ca.'mose, Pembrokesh., 
a lion rampant sa. i. 10 

Bowen, James Bevan, of Llyngwair, co. 
Pembrokesh., a lion rampant or, hold- 
ing between his paws a Bowen-knot of 
the same. Audtices fortuna juvat. 

Bowen, Ireland, a demi-lion rampant, 
holding in his paws a flag of St. George, 
all ijpr. In hoc signo vinccs. cf. 15. 2 

Bowen, George Edward, Esquire, of 
Portaferry, co. Down, a demi-lion ram- 
pant, holding in his paws a flag bearing 
the standard of St. George, aU ppr. In 
hoc signo vinccs. 

Bowen, Rev. Arthur James, of Troedy- 
rawr, Cardigansh., a lion rampant or, 
holding in the paws a knot or. 
Audacts fortuna juvat. 5i- 5 

Bowen, George Bevan, Esquire, Strad- 
more, Llandyssil, Cardigansh., same 
crest and motto. 

Bowen, a falcon close ppr., belled or. 
Esse quam videri. 85. 2 

Bowen, Oxon., an arm couped at the 
elbow and erect vested sa., cuffed erm 
holding in the hand ppr. a chaplet of 
laurel vert. cf. 205 

Bowen, Ireland, a hand issuing from a 
cloud in fess, holding a sphere. 223 

Bowen, Rt. Hon. Sir George Fergus( 
G.C.M.G., D.C.L., LL.D., M.A., of 

16, Lowndes Street, S.W., on a mount 
vert, within a crown vallarial arg. 
falcon rising regardant ppr., holding 
in the dexter claw a like fleur-de-lis, 

Bowen, George William Howard, Esquire, 
of Ickleton, Great Chesterford, Essex, 
same crest and motto. 

Bowen-Colthurst, Robert Walter Travers, 
Esquire, of Oakgrove, and Dripsey 
Castle, Cork: (i) A colt courant 
charged on the shoulder with a crescent 
sa. {for Colthurst). (2) On a mount 
vert, a falcon close ppr., belled 
Justum et tenaccm. 

Bowen-MlUer, Ormsby, Esquire, J.P. and 
D.L., of Blindwell, Tuam, co. Galway 
(i) A wolf's head erased az. (for 
Miller). (2) A falcon close ppr., beUed 
or [for Bowen). Nil conscire sihi. 

Bower, Herbert Morris, Esquire, of Elm- 
crofts, and Trinity Hill, Ripon, a boar 
passant arg., semee of escallops sa. 
Fortis propositi tenax. 



67 

Bower or Booer of London, a wolf's head 
erased erm. 30. 8 

Bower, Sir Graham John, K.C.M.G., of 
Reduit, Jlauritius, a, griffin's head. 
Ad metmn. 
Bower of Oxenfield, Durh., a human leg 
couped at the thigh dropping blood 
ppr., charged above the knee with a 
plate. cf. 193. 10 

Bower of WeUham and Scorton, Yorks, 
a human leg couped at the thigh 
transpierced above the knee by a 
broken spear in bend ppr. Esse quam 
videri. cf. 193. 10 

Bower of Kellerby, Yorks, same crest. 
Bower of Iwerne House, Dorset, a talbot's 
head arg. Hope well and have well. 
56. 12 
Bower, James Bower, of Claremont, 
Teignmouth, Devonsh., in front of a 
talbot's head couped sa., gorged with 
a collar gemel or, a tilting-spear fesse- 
wise, the head to the dexter, also or. 
Hope well, love well. 
Bower, Henry Syndercombe, Fontmell 
Parva, Blandford, a talbot's head 
couped arg. Hope well and have well. 
Bower of Kinuettles, Scotland, a dexter 
and a sinister arm shooting an arrow 
from a bow, all ppr. Ad 7neiam. 200. 2 
Bower, Y'orks. an escallop arg. 141. 14 
Bower, a bow and a sheaf of arrows in 
saltire, all ppr. Ad metam. 173. 12 
Bower, Major Robert Lister, of Northal- 
lerton, a human leg transpierced by a 
broken spear in bend ppr. Esse quam 
videri. 
Bower, Captain Edmund Thomas Chivers, 
of Broxholme, Yorks, on a mount 
vert, a quiver az., garnished or, and 
filled with arrows ppr., in saltire with 
a bow unstrung, also ppr. Veritas 
prcevalevit. 267. 16 

Bowerbank, a demi-savage ppr., wreathed 
about the head and middle with leaves 
vert. cf. 186. I 

Bowerman or Bowreman, Devonsh. and 
Wilts, a goat's head erased or, the 
horns twisted or and sa. 128. 5 

Bowerman, a goat's head erased or. 
Bowers of Chichester, Sussex, a lion 
passant arg., collared and chained or, 
holding in the dexter paw a bow bent 
of the second, stringed of the first. 
Bowes, Earl of Strathmore and Kinghorn, 

and Baron Bowes, see Strathmore. 
Bowes of Streatlam, Durh., a sheaf of 
arrows or, feathered and headed arg., 
banded az. 173-3 

Bowes of Bradley Hall, Diu-h., a sheaf of 
arrows or, flighted and headed arg., 
bound in a girdle az. Sans variance 
et mon droit. — In mullis in magnis, in 
bonis crpcrtus. 173. 3 

Bowes, Richard, of Darlington, and of 
Monkend Hall, Croft-on-tees, Yorks : 
of the family of Bowes of Yorks and 
London. A demi-leopard gardant gu., 
holding between the paws a bundle of 
arrows or, barbed arg., and banded 
with a ribbon az. Jaculis nee arcu. 
— Bonne et belle assez. 23. 5 

Bowes of London, a demi-leopard ram- 
pant gardant gu., holding between the 
paws a bundle of arrows or, pointed 
arg., banded az. 23. 5 

Bowes, Lord Bowes of Clonlyon, co. 
Meath, Ireland, a demi-lion rampant 



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gu., armed and langued az., holding 
in the dexter paw five arrows points 
downwards ppr. Qucerere verum. 
Bowet or Bewet, Yorks, on a chapeau 
gu., turned up erm., a leopard arg., 
ducally gorged or. cf. 24. i 

Bowida, a dexter arm in armour em- 
bowed, holding in the hand ppr. a 
fleur-de-lis or. 190. 14 

Bowie, Scotland, a demi-lion az., holding 
in the dexter paw a dagger ppr. 
Qvod non pro patria. cf. 1 4. 1 2 

Bowker, Hon. Robert Mitford, of Craigie- 
burn, Somerset East, Cape Colony, 
uses a Boiu-chier-knot {incorrect). 

165. 14 
Bowland, Essex and London, out of a 
ducal coronet an arm in armour 
couped at the elbow or, holding in the 
hand a sword arg., pommel of the first. 
cf. 209. II 
Bowland, two demi-ducks wings dis- 
played and inverted respecting each 
other, the dexter arg., the sinister sa., 
beaked or. 
Bowlby, two branches of thorn in orle. 

146. 4 
Bowlby, Edward Salvin, Gilston Park, 
Herts, three annulets interlaced or, 
between two thorn-branches ppr. Je 
la change qn^en mourant. 
Bowie, a demi-bittern regardant. 
Bowler, a boar's head couped per pale 
az. and gu., bezantee. cf. 41. i 

Bowles of London, and of Myddleton 
House, Waltham Cross, Herts, a demi- 
boar rampant erminois, the sinister 
shoulder pierced with an arrow or, 
headed arg. Ut tibi sic alteri. 

cf. 40. 13 
Bowles, Henry Carington Bowles, Es- 
quire, of Myddelton House, Enfield, 
a demi-boar erect erminois, the sinister 
shoulder pierced with an arrow arg. 
Ut tibi sic alteri. 
Bowles, Henry Ferryman, Esquire, of 
Forty HaU, Enfield, same crest and 
motto. 
Bowles, Lt.-Col. Thomas John, J.P., of 
MiUton Hill, Slaventon, Berks, a demi- 
boar az., ungu. and bristled or, pierced 
through the chest with an arrow of the 
second, headed arg. cf. 40. 13 

Bowles of North Aston, Oxon., and of 

Gosberkirk, Lines, same crest. 
Bowles, Charles EjTe Bradshaw, Brad- 
shaw Hall. Derbysh., a demi-boar 
pierced in the left breast by an arrow. 
Bowles, Heref. and Herts, out of a ducal 
coronet or, a boar's head couped sa., 
between two wings gu., billettee of 
the first. 
Bowles of London, out of a ducal coronet 
or, a griffin's head sa., beaked, and 
between two wings of the first. 

67. I 

Bowles of London, a buck's head arg., 

attired or. 121. 5 

Bowley, a mullet of five points pierced, 

and through the perforation a sword. 

Bowley, a sword in pale between two 

branches of laurel in orle. 170. 3 

Bowman, Scotland, a demi-blackamoor 

shooting an arrow from a bow, all ppr. 

cf. 185. 6 

Bowman, a stag trippant vulned in the 

shoulder with an arrow, all ppr. 

cf. 117. 8 
5—2 



BOW 

Bowman of Ashenyards, Scotland, a 
quiver of arrows in pale ppr. Sublimia 
cures. cf. 174- 4 

Bowman, on the stump of a tree ppr., a 
quiver vert, of arrows gu., flighted az., 
suspended by a belt sa. 

Bowman, Scotland, a quiverful of arrows 
" " from an oak-tree couped at 



ppi 

Bowman of Hethleton, Dorset, on 

raguled, couped and erect arg., a 
quiver of arrows gu., flighted of the 
first, buckled on the stafi with a belt 
sa. 

Bowman, Sir William Paget, Bart., on a 
mount vert, the stump of a tree ppr. 
around the upper part a belt sa. 
therefrom pendent on the dexter side 
a quiver gu., filled with arrows arg. 
Quondam his vicinus artnis. 251. 9 

Bowman, Alfred John, Esquire, of Bust- 
hall Lodge, Tunbridge Wells, on a 
wreath of the colours, a stag gorged 
with a chaplet of olive ppr., attired 
or, pierced on either side by an arrow 
in bend sinister gu., and resting the 
dexter leg on an antique shield or, 
transfixed by an airow in bend, also 
gu. Vulneratussednonviclus. 257. 16 

Bowman of Wissingset, Norf., a sword in 
pale arg., hilt and pommel or, on each 
side of the blade a demi-annulet in- 
dented of the second. 

Bown, a hand holding an escutcheon 
charged with a rose. cf. 219. 7 

Bownas, out of a ducal coronet a sceptre 
environed by two serpents between 
two wings, all ppr. 170. 13 

Bownas, on a mount vert, a swan with 
the wings displayed erm., and each 
charged with a lozenge gu., holding 
in the beak an arrow ppr. 

Bownder of Limerick, a demi-lion ram- 
pant or, guttee-de-sang, holding in the 
dexter paw a sword ppr., pommel and 
hilt of the first, enfiled with a mural 
crown of the first. cf. 14. 12 

Bowne and Bowyn, on the top of a tower 
issuing from the ^vreath an eagle with 
wings addorsed ppr., holding in the 
beak an acorn slipped and leaved 
vert. 7fi. 10 

Bownell, a savage's head from the shoul- 
ders helmeted, all ppr. cf. 192. 7 

Bownes, an oak-tree ppr., therefrom an 
escutcheon pendent gu. 

Bownes, out of a ducal coronet a cock's 
head, all ppr. 90. 6 

Bowre of Dunhead, St. Andrews, Dorset, 
a talbot's head sa. 56. 1 2 

Bowrie, Scotland, a demi-lion az., holding 
in the dexter paw a dagger, all ppr. 
Quod non pro patria. cf. 14. 12 

Bowring, a parrot vert, feeding on a 
bunch of cherries ppr. loi. 8 

Bowring, John Frederick Edward, Es- 
quire, of Forest Farm, Windsor 
Forest, Berks, a demi-lion rampant 
or, grasping in the dexter paw an 
arrow in bend sinister, and in the 
sinister paw an Oriental bow paleways 
ppr. K-unquam mutans. 

Bowring, Edgar Alfred, Esquire, of 30, 
Eaton Place, London, same crest and 
motto. 

Bowring, John Frederick Edward, of 
Forest Farm, Windsor Forest, same 
crest and motto. 



Bowring, Lewin Bentham, Esquire, East 
India United Service Club, same crest. 

Bowser and Bowssar of Stone, Glouc, a 
demi-talbot gu., gorged with a collar 
chequy or and az., charged on the 
body with three guttees-d'or. 

cf. 55. II 

Bowyer, Sir George Henry, Bart., of 
Denham Court, Bucks, and Radley, 
Berks, a falcon rising and belled or. 
87. I. CorUentement passe rich esse. 
{The foregoing is the crest as registered 
in the College of Arms, but, as appe'irs 
from the Visitations, the family have at 
other times made use of the following 
crests: (l) -4 demi-man ppr., shooting 
with a bow and arrow arg., the arrow 
tipped or. 186. 6. (2) On a ducal 
coronet or, an heraldic tiger sejant arg. 
25. 7. (3) An arm couped at the elbow 
and erect habited gu., charged with three 
bends and cuffed or, holding in the hand 
ppr., a dragon's liead erased, cf. 208. 7. 
(4) Out of a tower gu., a demi-dragon 
rampant or. cf. 157. 5.) 

Bowyer, an eagle's head erased arg., 
holding in the mouth an anchor gu. 
by the middle of the shank, the flukes 
downward. 

Bowyer of Knipersley, Staffs, Lines, and 
Sussex, out of a tower gu., a demi- 
dragon rampant or. cf. 157. 5 

Bowyer, Hants, a cubit arm erect holding 
in the hand a serpent coiled round 



the i 



aU 



ppr. 



220. 2 



Bowyer, on a mount vert, a tower triple 
towered gu., thereon a demi-dragon or. 

Bowyer, an arm couped at the elbow and 
erect, vested gu., cuffed arg., holding 
in the hand a fish. 

Bowyn, .see Bowne. 

Box, Oxon., an arm couped at the elbow- 
in fess, vested gu., cuffed arg., holding 
erect in the hand ppr. a branch of 
box vert, at the elbow another branch 
erect. 

Box, a demi-griffin or, winged az., the 
first feather, also or, holding between 
the claws a fireball of the same in- 
flamed gu. 

Boxall, Sir Charles Gervaise, K.C.B., 
Battlemead, Maidenhead, two anchors 
in saltire and cabled surmounted by 
an escutcheon pendent by a ribbon, 
all az., charged with a fret arg. 

Boxall, W. P. G., M.A., K.C., of Ivory's, 
Cowfold, Sussex, same crest. Spes mea 
in Deo. 

Boxall and Boxall, an eagle's leg erased 
in fess holding a feather in pale. 

113- 12 

Boxall, a gadfly ppr. 

Boxell, Sussex, out of a ducal coronet a 
boar's head and neck, all or. Per tela 
per hostes. 41. 4 

Boxhall, Boxhul!, and Boxmell, Sussex, 
two anchors in saltier az. 161. 7 

Boxsted and Boxstead, a band issuing 
pulhng a thi.^itle. 21 8. 5 

Boyare, out of a castle gu., a demi- 
dragon or. cf. 157. 5 

Boyce or Boyse, a lion rampant. 1.13 

Boyce and Boyse, England and Scotland, 
a star of six points or, within a crescent 
arg. 163. 4 

Boyce or Boyse, Ireland, a castle triple- 
towered, out of middle tower a demi- 
lion rampant. IS,''. II 



BOY 

Boyce, Robert Henry, Esquire, C.B., of 
Ee Yuan, Hampton Wick, out of a 
tower ppr., a demi-lion rampant gu., 
holding between the paws an escar- 
buncle or. Semper fidelis. 263. 3 

Boycott, see Wight-Boycott. 

Boycott, see Morse-Boycott. 

Boycott of Boycott, Hinton. and Rudge, 

Shropsh., out of a mural coronet an 

arm in armour erabowed casting a 

grenado, all ppr. Pro rege et religione. 

197. 10 

Boycott, Henry, Esquire, the Firs, Iron- 
bridge, Shropsh., o>it of a mural 
coronet an arm in armour embowed 
casting a grenado, all ppr. Pro rege et 
religione. 197. 10 

Boyd, John, Maxpoffle, Roxburgsh., 
Scotland, a dexter hand erect pointing 
with the thumb and two forefingers 
ppr. Confido. 222T11 

Boyd of Pitcon, a dexter hand pointing 
with the thumb and two forefingers to 
the sun ppr. Spes mta in coelis. 

Boyd, William Henry, Esquire, J.P.. D.L., 
of Ballymacool House, co. Donegal, 
Ireland, a dexter hand couped at the 
wrist erect pointing upwards with the 
thumb and first two fingers ppr., the 
hand charged with a trefoil or. Con- 
fido. cf. 222. II 

Boyd, George Fenwick, J.P., Moor House, 
Durh., in front of a dexter hand couped 
at the wrist pointing upwards with 
the thumb and two fingers ppr., four 
lozenges conformed in fesse az. Con- 
fido. 222. I 

Boyd, Veu. Charles Twining, of Columba, 
Ceylon, .same crest and motto. 

Boyd, William, Esquire, of North House, 
Long Benton, Newcastle, same crest 
and motto. 

Boyd, Captain John Theodore Thomas, 
of Glenfern, St. Kilda, Melbourne, 
Victoria, Australia, formerly of the 
nth Regiment of Infantry, a dexter 
hand couped at the wrist erect pointing 
with the thumb and first two fingers, 
the others turning down. 222. 1 1 

Boyd, Stanley, M.B., 134, Harley Street, 
W., out of a ducal coronet or, a dexter 
hand erect, the third and fourth 
fingers folded down. Confido. 

Boyd of Pinkell, Scotland, a cross moline 
sa. Prudeniia me sustinet. 165. 11 

Boyd, Sir John, of Maxpoffle, Roxburgh, 
Scotland, (late Lord Provost of Edin- 
burgh), a dexter hand pointing upwards 
with the thumb and two fingers ppr. 
Confido. 222. II 

Boyd of Trochrig, Scotland, a sundifd or. 
Eternitatem cogita. 176. 7 

Boyd, Bart., of Danson, Kent, three 
ostrich-feathers sa. Confido. 115.: 

Boyd, Scotland a star of five points or. 
Virtus vobilitat. 164. 2 

Boyd - Rochfort : (i) Out of a ducal 
coronet or, a hand erect with the 
third and fourth fingers folded {for 
Boyd), cf. 222. II. (2) On a mural 
crown or, a robin redbreast ppr., 
charged with a cross pattee, also or 
(for Rochford). Confido.— Candor dat 
viribus alas. cf. 108. 10 



BOY 

Boydeil, C'hesh., a stag statant pierced 
in the side with an arrow in bend 
sinister. 117. 10 

Boydeil, a Saracen's head couped ppr., 
thereon a cap gu., turned up erm., the 
end hanging down with a bell attached 
to it or. 

Boyer and Boyes, a lady's arm from the 
elbow erect ppr., enfiled with a brace- 
let sa. 222. 6 

Boyer, a demi-grifBn segreant. 64. 2 

Boyer, an arm from the elbow erect, 
vested, cuffed, holding in the hand ppr. 
three trefoils slipped vert. 

Boyes, Charles Crofton, Esquire, of 
Kawaran Falls Station, Otago, New 
Zealand, a sword erect ppr., hilted and 
pommelled or. Ex aniino. 170. 2 

Boyes, a hand holding a. cross pattee 
titched ppr. 221. 12 

Boyes and Boys, Scotland, a dog sejant 
ppr. Attendez vous. 57. 9 

Boyle, a griffin's head erased or, gorged 

with a ducal coronet az., holding in 

the beak a branch of laurel fructed ppr. 

66. II 

Boyle, Ireland, a human heart gu., be- 
tween a cross and a sword in saltire 
ppr. 

Boyle, Rt. Hon. Sir Richard Edmund 
St. Lawrence, K.P., Earl of Cork and 
Orrery, and Viscount and Baron Boyle, 
on a ducal coronet or, a lion's head 
erased per pale crenellee arg. and gu. 
Honor virtutis prcemium. — God's Provi- 
dence is my inheritance. cf. 19. 10 

Boyle, Sir Charles Cavendish, K.C.M.G., 
same crest and second motto. 

Boyle, Earl of Shannon and Viscount 
Boyle, see Shannon. 

Boyle, Rt. Hon. Sir David, G.C.M.G., 
Earl of Glasgow, an eagle displayed 
with two heads per pale embattled 
arg. and gu. Dominus providebit. 

74- 2 

Boyle of Shewalton, Ayr, same crest and 
motto. 

Boymen, Boynam, Bonbam, and Boynan, 
the trunk of a tree in fess, ensigned 
between the branches with a fleur-de- 
lis. 145. 13 

Boyne, Viscount (Hamilton - Russell), 
Brancepeth Castle, Durh. : (i) A goat 
passant arg., collared gemelle, and 
charged on the body with an escallop 
sa. dor Rnssdl). cf. 129. 5. (2) Out 
of a ducal coronet or, an oak ppr., 
fructed of the first, and penetrated 
transversely in the main stem by a 
frame-saw, also ppr. (for Hamilton), 
ycc timeo, nee sperno. 143. 8 

Boynell and Boyville, a boy pulling a 
branth from a tree. cf. 189. 6 

Boynton, Sir Griffith Henry, Bart., of 
Barmston, Yorks, a goat passant sa., 
puttee d'argent, armed, crined, and 
ungu or. II tempo p(issa. 

Boynton, a goat passant sa., armed or, 
ducally gorged arg. cj. 129. 5 

Boynton, on a cinquefoil gu., a talbot's 
head er.ised sa., guttee d'or. 

Boynton, an arm from the elbow holding 
in the hand a millrind. 

Boys, De, Essex, a wyvern arg. 70. i 

Boys, Kent, a demi - dog gobonated sa. 
and or, holding an oak-branch leaved 
and fructed of the last. 

Boys, a dog sejant ppr. 57. 9 



69 

Boys, Lines, a stag's head couped arg., 
attired gu., between the attires a 
mound and a cross or. 

Boys of Hoston, Norf., an owl arg., ducally 
crowned or, in a holly-bush ppr. 

Boys, Kent, on a chapeau az., turned up 
erm., a demi-lion arg., ducally crowned 
or. 15. 14 

Boys of Betshanger, Kent, a demi-lion 
arg., ducally crowned or. 10. 11 

Boyse, a buck's head erased attired gu. 
121. 2 

Boyson, an eagle vert, with wings dis- 
played erminois, armed or. 77. 5 

Boyton, a crow transfixed mth an arrow, 
the brings expanded ppr. 107. 1 1 

Boyton, co. Tipperary, Ireland, a falcon 
close ppr., holding in the beak a spur 
or, leathered sa. Per damna, per 
cmdes. 

Boyton, Rev. Canon, of the Deanery, 
Londonderry, and Convoy House, co. 
Donegal, same crest and motto. 

BoyviUe, De, a demi-eagle displayed with 
two heads or. cf. 82. i 

Boyzell, a talbot's head sa., holding in 
the mouth a stag's horn or. 

Brabant, Devonsh., a rose gu., slipped 
and leaved vert, and the point of a 
lance or, in saltier. cf. 1 50. i 

Brabant, His Honour Herbert William, 
of St. John's, Wanganui, New Zealand, 
Resident Magistrate at Wanganui, and 
Judge of the Native Land Court of 
New Zealand, a falcon close, Dum 
spiro spero. 85. 2 

Brabantine, a dog passant arg., collared 
or, the collar charged with three 
leopards' faces sa. 

Brabazon, Leics., over a mount vert, a 
falcon volant or. cf. 88. 3 

Brabazon, Colthurst-, of Danesfort, co. 
Kerry, Ireland, on a mount vert, a 
falcon rising or, charged on the breast 
with a cross crosslet gu. Vota vita 
mea. cf. 87. i 

Brabazon, Major-General John Palmer, 
of Brabazon Park, Swinford, co. Mayo, 
and 10, Wilton Crescent, London, S.W., 
on a mount vert, a falcon rising, belled 
or, charged with a fleur-de-lis az. 
Vota vita mea. 

Brabazon, William Philip, Esquire, of 
Brook House, Lymm, near Warrington, 
same crest and motto. 

Brabazon, Earl of Meath and Baron 
Brabazon, see Meath. 

Brabourne and Brabon of London and 
Devonsh., a mewed hawk ppr., armed 
az., jessed and belled or. cf. 86. 8 

Brabourne, Baron (KnatchbuU-Hugessen), 

Smeeth Padtlocks, near Ashford : 
(i) An oak-tree ppr. between two wings 
elevated, the pinions az., feathered or 
Ifor Hugesscn). 236. 3. (2) On a 
chapeau az., turned up erm., an ounce 
statant arg., spotted sa. (for Knatch- 
btdl). In crucifixa gloria mea. 24. i 

Braby, James, J.P., Rudgwick, Sussex, a 
martlet ppr. Ex industria decus. 

Bracays and Brakes, a demi-leopard 
rampant gardant ppr. cf. 23. 4 

Bracciano, Rome, on a ducal coronet an 
eagle displayed sa., gazing at a comet 
to the sinister ppr. 

Braccinano, a dexter arm vested az., 
cuffed arg., holding in the hand a sprig 
of roses ppr. 



BRA 

Brace, a lion's face ppr., ducally crowned 
or, within two laurel- branches in orle 
vert. cf. 21. II 

Brace, Worcs., an arm in armour em- 
bowed holding in the hand, all ppr., a 
sword arg., hilted or. 195-2 

Brace, Frank Addison, Esquire, of 
Doveridgs Hall, Derbysh., an arm 
embowed vested in chain-mail arg., 
the hand grasping a scimitar ppr. 
Festina lente. 

Brace, a dexter arm embowed in chain 
armour, the hand grasping a sword 
ppr., pommel and hilt or, attached to 
the blade a flag az., charged with an 
anchor of the second. 

Brace, out of a naval crown or, a dexter 
arm embowed in chain armour, the 
hand holding the flag of the kingdom 
of Holland in the year 1808, all ppr. 

Bracebridge, Suff., on a mount vert, a 
wolf passant arg. cf. 28. 10 

Bracebridge and Brasbridge, Lines, the 
stump of a tree ppr., raguled or. 

Bracebridge, Warw., a staff raguly arg. 
Be as God will. cf. 147. 10 

Bracegirdle of Bracegirdle Green, Chesh., 
two augers erect and addorsed con- 
joined with a girdle gu. 

Bracester, on a cloud a mullet of six 
points. cf. 164. II 

Bracey, a unicorn sejant, resting the 
dexter foot against an oak-tree ppr. 

48. ,^ 

Bracher, Berks, a demi-leopard rampani 

gardant ppr. Primi et ultimi in belleo. 

cf. 23. 4 

Bracken of Hillam Hall, South Milford, 
Yorks, a cathevine-wheel. Viguer de 
dessiis. 167. 2 

Brackenbury, a savage's head couped 
ppr. 190. 12 

Brackenbury of Skendleby, Lines, a lion 
couchaut gardant sa., at the foot 
of an oak-tree ppr. Sans recuieller 
jamais. 

Brackenridge of Ashfield Park, co. Tyrone, 
a pile gu., charged with a rose arg., 
barbed vert, seeded or, between two 
wings az. Virtute et industria. 

111-4 

Brackesby, a boar's head and neck 
couped gu., bristled or. 41. i 

Brackley, Viscount, see Ellesmere, Earl 
of. 

Brackshaw, a buck's head couped ppr, 
121. 5 

Bracy, De, Shrop.sh., a falcon standing 
on the trunk of a tree in fess, and 
sprouting a branch on the dexter side. 

Bracy of Maddresfield, a human heart 
pierced sa. 

Bracy or Bracey, a garb environed by 
two snakes ppr. I53; 3 

Brad, a griffin sejant erect, holding 
between the fore-claws a battle-axe. 

Bradberry, a demi-dove arg., fretty gu., 
holding in the beak a slip of barberry 
vert, fructed ppr. 

Bradbridge, Bredbridge, or Brodbridge, 
a leopard's head erased arg., pellettee 
ducally gorged or, between two spears 
ppr., headed of the first. 

Bradbrook, William, M.R.C.S., Bletchley, 
Bucks, a dexter arm embowed in 
chain mail holding in the hand a 
cross crosslet fitchee interlaced with a 
mascle az, Firma nobis fides. 



BRA 

Bradl)urne and Bradbourne of Bradburne 
and London, a pine-tree vert, fructed 
or. 144. 13 

Bradbury of Derby and London, a dove 
issuing volant arg., fretty gu., in its 
beak a slip of barberry vert, fructed 
g"- 

Bradbury, W. Lawrence, Esquire, of 
Wbitefriars, London, E.C., a demi- 
dove volant arg., fretty gu., holding in 
the beak a slip of barberry vert, fructed 
of the second. Carpe diem. 

Bradbury, Lanes, a demi-wood-pigeon 
arg., the body fretty gu., and each 
wing charged with a buckle. JSquitas 
actionem regtda. 

Bradbury, Thomas Haigh. Esquire, of 
Bradley, Huddersfield, Yorks. a demi- 
woodpigeon, wings displayed arg., 
each wing charged with a round 
buckle, the tongue pendent sa., and 
in the beak a sprig of barberry, leaved 
and fructed over the branch of a tree 
fessewise ppr. JEquitas actionem 
regiUa. 

Bradbury, Essex and Suff., a boar's head 
erect between two ostrich-feathers 
ppr. 41. 14 

Bradbury, Augustus Beaty, Esquire, of 
Edinburgli, between two ears of wheat 
or, a sword erect point do-miwards 
ppr., pendent from the hilt by a 
chain or, an escutcheon arg., charged 
with a heart gu. Amicitia cum 
virtute. 154. S 

Bradby, a serpent half erect and nowed, 
in its mouth a garland of laurel ppr. 
142. 7 

Braddick of Boughton Mount, near 
Maidstone, a dapple-gray horse statant, 
the dexter fore-foot resting upon an 
escutcheon vert, charged with a stag's 
head caboshed or. 

Braddon, the late Sir Edward Nicholas 
Coventry, K.C.M.G., of 5, Victoria 
Street, S.W., a man's face affrontee 
between two arms in armour counter- 
embowed, the hands gaimtleted. Axit 
mors ant libertas. 

Braddyll, an anchor in pale surmounted 
by a fleuT-de-lis. 161. 9 

Braddyll, Lanes, a badger passant or. 
Cognoies toif mesme. 3^. 10 

Braddyll, Thomas Richmond Gale, 
Esquire, of Conishead Priory, Lanes : 

(1) A badger passant or (for Braddyll). 

(2) A unicorn's head ppr., charged 
with two palets az., over all an anchor 
or (lor Gale). Cognoies toy mesme. 

Brade, a beehive with bees volant ppr. 

137- 7 

Bradestone, Bradstone, and Bradston, 
out of a ducal coronet, two lion's gambs 
in saltier ppr. "59. 12 

Bradfield, Norf., a hand holding two 
branches of palm in orle. 21S. 7 

Bradfoot, Braidfoot, and Bradfute, Scot- 
land, a demi-grilfin segreant or, armed 
gu. 64. 2 

Bradford, Earl of, see Bridgeman. 

Bradford, Robert Dickie, Aldbrough, 
Hull, a lion rampant holding between 
its paws a -nTeath of roses. Generous 
thoTigh 'powerful. 

Bradford, Yorks, a peacock's head ppr., 
holding in the beak a snake entwined 
round the neck vert. c/. 103. 3 



70 

Bradford of Swindon, Wilts, a stag's head 
erased or. 121. 2 

Bradford, General Sir Edward, Bart., 
O.C.B., G.C.V.O., 50, South Audley 
Street, W., a stag's head erased or, 
charged on the neck with a mural 
crown, and suspended from the mouth 
a bugle -horn stringed sa. Humani 
nihil alienum. 259. i 

Bradford, Ireland, a camel's head sa. 

13^- 7 

Bradgate, Leics., an arm in armour ppr., 
banded with a ribbon vert, couped 
below the elbow in bend, holding in 
the hand ppr. the upper part of a 
broken spear gu., the point downwards 
arg. 

BradhuU, Lanes, a badger passant or. 

33- 10 

Bradley and Bradeley, a boar sa., bristled 
and ungu. or, gorged with a garland 
vert. 40. 6 

Bradley, Lanes and London, a boar's head 
couped gu. 43. I 

Bradley, Ireland, a bull's head cabossed 
ppr. 43. 8 

Bradley of Stourbridge, Worcs., a grey- 
hound statant. Vigilans et audax. 

cf. 60. 2 

Bradley of Gore Court, Kent: (i) A 
dexter arm embowed in armour, hold- 
ing a battle-axe, all ppr. (for Bradley). 
200. 6. (2) A heraldic antelope's head 
erased, armed, and crined or, langued 
gu. (jorDyne). cf. 127. 11 

Bradley, on a thorn-bush a nightingale 



ppr. 



*5- 7 



Bradley, Ireland, a martlet or, holding 
in the beak a cross formee fitchee sa. 

cj. 95- 8 

Bradling, an arm in armour couped at the 
shoulder embowed and lying in fess, 
the elbow on the ■,%Teath, holding in 
the hand a sword, all ppr. 

Bradney, a hawk ppr., belled and jessed 
or. cf. 85. 2 

Bradney, Joseph Alfred, Esquire, J.P. 
and D.L., of Bradney, in the county of 
Somerset, and of Tal-y-Coed, in the 
county of Monmouth, a hawk close 
ppr., legged, jessed, and belled or, 
holding in the beak a trefoil vert, and 
in the dexter claw a cross pattee 
fitchee sa. Mors gloria forti. 

86. 5 

Bradney of Bayford Lodge, Wincanton, 
Somers., Spring Grove, Bishopstoke, 
Hants, a hawk close ppr., belled, jessed, 
and legged or, holding in its dexter 
foot a cross pattee fitchee sa., and in 
its beak a trefoil vert, jl/ors gloria 
jorli. 

Bradney, Joseph Alfred, Esquire, of 
Tal-y-Coed, near Monmouth, same 
crest and motto. 

Bradsay and Bradsey, a demi-greyhound 
collared. 60. 8 

Bradshagh, Bradshaigh, and Bradsbaw, 
Chesh., Lanes, and Leics., on a mount 
vert, a stag at gaze ppr., under a vine- 
tree, also ppr., fructed purp. Qtii vit 
content tient assez. 116. 14 

Bradshaw of Barton Blount, Derbysh., a 
hart gu., standing under a vine-branch 
vert. Qui vit content tient assez. 

cf. 116. 14 

Bradsbaw, Frank, Lifton Park, Devonsh., 
a mount vert, thereon a stag statant 



BRA 

ppr., gorged with a collar gemel or, 
between two oak-trees, also ppr. T« 
ne cede malis. 

Bradsbaw, Lanes, on a mount a stag 
ducally gorged standing under a vine 
fructed, all ppr. Son nobis solum nati 
sumtts. cf. 116. 14 

Bradshaw of Milecross, co. Down, Ireland, 
on a mount vert, a buck statant beneath 
an oak-tree ppr. Deus mihi spes et 
tutnmcn. 116. 13 

Bradshaw, Northumb., a stag trippant 
under an oak-tree, all ppr. Dicu et 
mon devoir. cf. 116. 12 

Bradshaw, Shropsh., a wolf's head erased 
arg., coUared and lined. cf. 30. 11 

Bradston, a dove with an olive-branch in 
the beak ppr. 92. 5 

Bradston and Bradesfon, Glouc, out of 
a ducal coronet or, a boar's head sa. 

41. 4 

Bradstreet, Ireland, a unicorn's head 
between two laurel-branches in orle. 

49. 14 

Bradstreet, Sir Edmund Simon, Bart., 
CastiUa, Clontarf, co. Dublin, Ireland, 
an arm in armour embowed, the hand 
grasping a scimitar, all ppr. Virtute 
etnonvi. 196. 10 

Bradwarden, a demi-otter rampant. 

134. II 

Bradwell, Chesh., a rock ppr. 179. 7 

Brady of Ely, Cambs, a cherub ppr., 

crined and winged or. In Deo fides. 

189. 9 

Brady, Ireland, a cherub ppr., the wings 
or. 1S9. 9 

Brady, A. Newton. Esquire, Maryville. 
Ennis, co. Clare, a cherub's head and 
neck ppi., between two wnngs or. 

Brady, Geale- : (i) A cherub's head and 
neck ppr., between two wings or {for 
Brady), cf. 189. 9. (2) A unicorn's 
head and neck or, charged with an 
anchor sa. (for Geale). Claritate dextra. 
cf. 49. 7 . 

Brady, on a mount vert, a griffin sejant 
or, beaked sa., supporting with the 
dexter claw an escutcheon arg. 

cf. 62. II 

Brady, Cambs, on a mount vert, a griffin 
sejant or, beaked gu. cf. 62. 10 

Brady, Sir Francis WiUiam, Bart., K.C., 
Sorrento Cottage, Dalkey, co. Dublin, 
a martlet or, charged on the breast 
with a trefoil slipped vert. Vincit 
pericula virtus. cf. .95. 2 

Brady of London, Devonsh., and Hants, 
an arm in armour embowed holding 
in the hand an ohve-branch fructed, all 
ppr. cf. 199. 12 

Brady, Ireland, a hand cutting at a feather 
with a scimitar ppr. 213. 7 

Brady, Browne-, Thomas, Esquire, of 
Newgrove, Tulla, co. Clare ; Kilbegs, 
Blessington, co. Wicklow ; and Cartron, 
Burren, co. Clare, an eagle displayed 
with two heads per pale arg. and sa., 
the dexter wing charged with a pellet 
and the sinister with a plate. Nee 
timeo. nee sperno. 

Brae, Thomas, Esquire, of Bengal, upon 
a mount vert, an eagle rising ppr., 
crowned with an Eastern crown or, 
charged on the breast with a hurt, 
and on each wing with a fleur-de-lis az. 

Bragden and Bragdon of London, a boar 
issuant out of a rock, all ppr. 



BRA 

Brage or Bragge of London and Essex, I 
out of a ducal coronet per pale arg. 
and or, a bull's head sa., armed of 
the second. 44- 1 1 

Brages and Bruges of London, on an 
anchor or, a scroll bearing the motto 
3Iihi ccelitm partus. cf. i6i. i 

Bragg or Bragge, Scotland, and of West 
Clandon, Surrey, out of a ducal 
coronet or, a bull's head sa. 44. 1 1 

Bragg, Somers., a lion's head erased arg., 
collared vaire or and az. 18. 13 

Bragg, Berks, an ostrich-feather enfiled 
with a ducal coronet. Per virtutem 
scientiam. 114- 12 

Bragge, Scotland, a hand holding a 
sword. Honorat mors. 212. 13 

Bragge, see Brage. 

Braham of London and Finchley, Middx., 
on a bar dancettee arg., a phanix 
erm., winged az., the flames of &e 
ppr., and holding in the beak a lyre 
or. 

Braham of London and Berks, out of a 
ducal coronet or, a plume of five 
ostrich-feathers sa. 114. 13 

Braham, four ostrich-feathers sa., enfiled 
with a ducal coronet or. 

Braham of London and Bucks, a cubit 
arm erect, vested bendy wavy of four 
az. and gu., holding in the hand ppr. 
a fish arg. 

Braham, a wolf's head couped arg. 30. 5 

Braid, a demi-lion gu. Floreat majestas. 
10. 3 

Braidfoot, Scotland, a demi-griffin or. 

64. 2 

Braidwood, Scotland, an oak-tree fructed 
ppr. Vigueur de dessus. 143. 5 

Braikenridge, George Weare, Esquire, of 
Broomwell House, Somers., on a 
wreath of the colours (or and vert) a 
beehive or, between two rose-branches 
ppr. Bella ac pace parntus. 294. 2 

Braikenridge, George John, the Grove, 
Bush Hill, Middx., same crest and 
motto. 

Braikenridge, William Jerdone, Esquire, 
Claremont, Clevedon, and 16, Royal 
Crescent, Bath, same crest and motto. 

Brailsford, out of a ducal coronet a 
dragon's head. 72. 4 

Brailstord, lines, a unicorn's head arg., 
erased gu., armed and maned or, en- 
twined by a serpent ppr., and charged 
on the neck with a pomme, thereon a 
cross arg. In Jehavah fides viea. 

49. 2 

Braimor, Scotland, an arm in armour 
embowed throwing a pheon hafted. 

Brain or Braine, a hurt charged with a 
talbot's head erased or. cf. 57. 5 

Brain, Samuel Arthur, Esquire, of Rox- 
burgh, Penarth, South Wales, a 
leopard's head couped arg., charged 
with a pale gu., and encircled by a 
branch of oak vert Ardaa tendo. 

Braine or Brayne, Glouc, a leopard's 
head arg. 22. 10 

Braithwait, Yorks, a greyhound couchant 
arg., collared and lined gu. cf. 60. i 

Braithwait, on a mount vert, a greyhound 
couchant. cf. 60. i 

Braithwaite, Robert, 26, Endymion Road, 
Brixton Hill, S.W., a greyhound 
couchant arg., collared and chained or. 



71 

Braksdall, a sheaf of arrows ppr., feath- 
ered and banded gu. 173. 3 

Brakyn of Chesterton, Cambs, a hawk's 
head erased arg., ducally gorged or. 

cf. 88. 12 

Brakyn, a whale's head erect arg., 
charged with a bend between two 
bendlets az., thereon three lozenges 
or, all between two cinquefoUs of the 
last, stalked and leaved vert. 

Bramble, Dorset, a demi-lion rampant 
gu., ducally crowned or, and holding 
in the dexter paw a cross pattee iitchee 
of the last. Temere ne sperne. 

cf. 10. II 

Bramble, James Roger, Lieutenant- 
Colonel, J.P., F.S.A., Seafield, Weston- 
super-Mare, same crest and motto. 

Bramfell, out of a ducal coronet an arm 
embowed wielding a scimitar. 

cf. 201. 2 

Bramhall, Yorks and Chesh., a lion 
passant or. Sanguine Christetuo. 6.2 

Bramhall, a lion passant or, charged on 

the shoulder with a crescent for differ- 

cf. 6. 2 

Eramley, a pheasant ppr. cf. go. 8 

Brampston, a fetterlock az. 168. 12 

Brampton, Baron (Hawkins), 5, Tilney 
Street, Park Lane, W., on a fasces 
fesswise ppr., a fox passant or. Toujaurs 
prest. 234. 7 

Brampton of Attleborough, Norf., out of 
a mm-al coronet a talbot's head gu., 
eared arg. 56. 6 

Brampton of Brampton, Norf., on a tiger 
arg. bridled a naked man astride ppr., 
wreathed about the temples arg. and gu. 

Bramston, Lieutenant-Colonel Thomas 
Harvey, of Skreens, Esses, a lion 
sejant or, gorged with a collar sa., 
charged -nith three plates. cf. 7 4 

Bramston, a tun fesseways or, thereon a 
raven sa., holding in the beak a car- 
nation-branch ppr. 

Bramwell, o\it of a ducal coronet or, two 
lion's gambs in saltier ppr. 39. 10 

Bramwell, Baron (Rt. Hon. Sir George 
William Wilshere Bramwell), two lion's 
gambs erased in saltier or, supporting 
a sword in fesse, the point to the dexter 
ppr. Diligenter. 39. 3 

Bramwell, Sir Frederick Joseph, Bart., 
Holmwood, Edenbridge, Kent, the 
same crest and motto. 

Branch, out of a ducal coronet or, a 
cock's head az., combed gu., holding 
in the beak a branch vert. cf. 90. 6 

Branche of London, out of a ducal 
coronet or, a cock's head az., beaked 
of the fu'st, combed and wattled gu. 

90. 6 

Brancker, a cubit arm vested sa., cuffed 
arg., holding in the hand ppr. a lozenge 
of the first. 

Brand of Laurieston, Scotland, a vol ppr. 
113. I 

Brand, Suff. and London, out of a d\ical 
coronet or, a leopard's head gardant 
arg., semee of roundles of various 
colours. cf. 23. II 

Brand of London, a leopard's head and 
neck erased gardant quarterly arg. and 
or, semee of pellets, pomeis, and tor- 
teaux. cf. 23. 3 

Brand, Hon. Arthur George, of Pelham 
House, Lewes, Osborne House, Wis- 
bech, 50, Park Street, W., out of a 



BRA 

crown vallery or, a leopard's head arg., 
semee of escallops and gorged with a 
collar gemel gu. Paur bien desirer. 

Brand, Scotland, two elephants' probosces 
couped, flexed, and reflexed arg., the 
dexter charged with three mascles, the 
sinister with three spur-rowels sa. Aye 
farward. 

Brand, in front of a tree a stag statant 
ppr. cf. 116. 13 

Brand, on the stump of a tree in fess 
erased, shooting forth a new branch, 
an eagle statant regardant. 

Brand, Surrey, out of a ducal coronet or, 
a cockatrice's head gu., between two 
wings ppr. 68. II 

Brand, a vol with a baton or in paJe, 
ensigned on the top with the unicorn 
of Scotland. Advance. 

Brander, see Dunbar-Brander. 

Brander, an elephant passant arg. 

c/- 133- 9 

Brander, Hants, a phcenix in flames ppr. 
82. 2 

Brander, Surrey and Scotland, a dove 
regardant holding in the beak an 
olive-branch ppr. Silentio et spe. 

92. 4 

Brander, an arm from the elbow ppr., 
vested chequy or and az., holding a 
branch of palm of the first. 

Brandeston, a dexter hand couped in 



gu. 



21. 6 



Brandford of London, an eagle rising or, 
holding in the beak a sprig of oak 
fructed vert. cf. 77. 2 

Brandling, Northumb., the stump of a 
tree couped and erased, from the top 
issuing flames, from the sinister side a 
sprig aoorned and leaved, all, ppr. Fide 
et virtute. cf. 145. 14 

Brandon, Duke of, see Hamilton, Duke of. 

Brandon, Suff., a lion's head erased or, 
guttce-de-poix, crowned with a ducal 
coronet party per fess arg. and gu. 

cf. I8. 8 

Brandon of London, a lion's head erased 
arg., charged with two bars gu., on 
each of which three bezants, cf. 17. 8 

Brandram, a lamb passant arg., charged 
with a pile wavy between two fer-de- 
moulines sa., on the pile a bee volant 
or. 131- 6 

Brandreth, Beds: (1) An escallop arg., 
in front thereof a sword erect point 
downwards ppr. (for Brandreth). (2) 
A gauntlet fesswise ppr., thereon a 
mullet pierced or (for Gibbs). Nun- 
quam nan paratus. 

Brandreth, a Paschal lamb couchant arg. 
cf. 131. 13 

Brandreth, Staffs and Lines, same crest. 

Brandreth of Leese, Cheshiie, and the 
Manor, Buckland Newton, Dorchester, 
Dorset, same crest. Fortunam honestant 
virtute. 

Brandt, a stag rising out of a bush ppr. 
116. I 

Brandwood, Durh., a vew-tree ppr. 143. i 

BranflU of Upminster Hall, Essex, out of 
a cloud a naked arm holding a sword, 
aUppr. Not in vain. 223. lo 

Brangan of Dublin, a cubit arm erect 
vested vert, cuffed arg., the hand ppr., 
holding a cross moline or. 207. 4 

Branscomb, Branscombe, and Bronscomb, 
a lion passant regardant ducally gorged 
and chained, all ppr. 6. 3 



BRA 

Brant, a lion passant or. 6. 2 

Branthwaite, Brantwayte, and Braith- 
waite of London, on a rock ppr., an 
eagle rising arg. 

Brantingham, Devonsh., an oak-tree ppr. 
143- 5 

Branton-Day, Ralph, Esquire, of Great 
Sarratt Hall, Rickraansworth, Herts, 
on a mount vert, thereon two hands 
conjoined ppr., cuffed arg., fixed to a 
pair of wings, the dexter erminois, 
charged with a muUet pierced sa., 
and the sinister ermines charged with 
a mullet pierced arg. Surge dies est. 

Brasbrldge, Warw., a staff raguly arg. 

c/. 147- lo 

Bras-de-Fer, Jersey, an eagle displayed 
sa. 75- 2 

Brash, Scotland, a hand erect issuing 
from a cloud holding an anchor in 
pale ppr. 2I9- 2 

Brash, Edward Alexander, surgeon, 
35, Southernhay West, Exeter, same 
crest. 

Brashier or Brasier, Ireland, a demi-lion 
rampant per pale or and sa. Amor 
patriae. lO. 2 

Brasier or Brazier, a dove holding in its 
beak an olive-branch ppr. 92. 5 

Brassey, a hand throwing a dart ppr. 

c). 214. 4 

Brassey, Baron (Sir Thomas Brassey, 
K.C.B.), Normanhurst, Battle, a mal- 
lard arg., beaked and legged gu. Ar- 



?,Albert, Esquire, J.R.ofHeythrop, 
Chipping Norton, Oxon., and 29, 
Berkeley Square, S.W., a mallard ppr. 
Arduis scepe melu nunquam. 

Brassey, Henry Leonard Campbell, of 
Preston Hall, Aylesford, Kent, Sefton 
Lodge, Newmarket, same crest and 
motto. 

Brassy, a unicorn sejant resting the 
dexter foot against an oak-tree ppr. 

48- 3 

Brathwayte of Westminster, a greytoiind 
couchant arg., collared and lined gu., 
studded and ringed or. cj. 60. i 

Bratshaw, a bugle-hom stringed. 

228. II 

Bratt, Staffs, two greyhounds' heads 
erased, collared, and addorsed ppr. 

60. 12 

Brattle, between a laurel and a myrtle 

branch in saltier a battle-axe, all ppr. 

172. 12 

Braunch, out of a ducal coronet or, a 
demi-lion rampant pierced in the 
breast with an arrow. cj. i6. 3 

Braunch and Braunche, on a garb or, a 
bird sa. 

Braund, Samuel, Esquire, of Devon House, 
Prospect, South Australia, issuant from 
clouds a dexter cubit arm in armour 
holding in the hand a brand raguly 
inflamed, all ppr., the arm charged 
with a cross bottony gu. Fidelis ad 
extremum. 

Braving, Wilts, a demi-talbot gu., guttee- 
d'or, ducally crowned arg. 

Brawne of London and Surrey, out of a 

mural coronet or, a dragon's head sa. 

72. II 

Bray of Shere, Surrey, a flax-breaker or 

Bray, Edward, Esquire, same crest. 

Bray, Reginald More, Esquire, of 17, the 
~ " , S.W., same crest. ! 



72 

Bray of Langford Hill, Cornw., out of a 
ducal coronet az., a griffin's head erm., 
beaked or. 67. 9 

Bray, an ounce ppr. 24. 2 

Bray, an arm erect vested az., holding 
in the hand ppr. a chaplet vert. 

(•/. 205. 4 

Bray, Beds and Sussex, a lion passant 
gardant or, between two wings ad- 
dorsed vairc or and az. 

Braybroke, Suff., a maiden's head ppr., 
crined or, wTeathed with a garland of 
violets and leaves of the first. 

c/. 182. 10 

Braybrooke, Baron (Neville), of Audley 
End, Saffron Walden, Essex, a bull 
statant arg., pied sa., collared and 
chained or. Ne vile velis. cf. 45. 2 

Braybrooke, a Minerva's head affrontee, 
aUppr. cf. 182. I 

Braye, Baron (Verney-Cave), Stanford 
Hall, Market Harborou^h : (i) A grey- 
hound courant sa., collared arg., and 
holding in the mouth an escroU, 
thereon the motto Gardez (/or Cave). 
(2) A demi-phcenix beholding a ray 
of the sun, all ppr. {/or Verney). Un 
tout sent. — Gardez. c/. 82. 2 

Braye, Cornw., see Bray. 

Braye, out of a ducal coronet or, a plume 
of five ostrich-feathers, three arg., two 
az., on the top of the plume a griffin's 
headgu. c/. 114. 13 

Braye, H. H., surgeon, Hurstmonceux, 
31, King Edward Road, Hackney, N.E., 
a hemp braye (or ilax-breaker) or. 

302. 13 

Brayleslord and Braylford, Derbysh., out 
of a ducal coronet or, a stag's head 
affrontee ppr. 119. 13 

Brayne, Glouc, from behind a mount 
vert, the sun rising ppr. 162. 7 

Braynton, a griffin's head erased ppr. 

66. 2 

Braytoft, Lines, a demi-lion rampant gu., 
crusily arg. c/. 10. 3 

Brazier, «ee Brasier and Brashier. 

Breach, an escarbuncle gu. 164. 12 

Breach of Cirencester, Glouc, an antelope 
sejant ppr. c/. 126. 4 

Breadalbane, Marquess and Earl of, and 
Baron, Earl of Orraelie, etc. (Rt. Hon. 
Sir Gavin Campbell), Taymouth Castle, 
Aberfeldy, Scotland, a boar's head 
erased ppr. Follow me. 42. 2 

Bream of London, a cubit arm erect 
vested bendy of six or and az., cuffed 
of the first, the hand 
ppr. God is my de/endi 

Breanon, Scotland, an arm in armour 
embowed, holding a sword. 195-2 

Breant, a demi-griffin regardant, holding 
a flag charged with a saltier. 

c/. 64. 14 

Brearey or Breary, the bust of a nun 
couped at the shoulders affrontee, 
veiled ppr. Jesu seul bon e hd. 

Brearly, a cross potent fitchee gu., be- 
tween two wings arg. 

Breary, see Brearey. 

Breawse, a human lieart transfixed with 
a sword in bend sinister, all ppr. 181. 6 

Brebner of Lairney, Scotland, a cock's 
head erased gu. 90. i 

Breche, out of a cup arg., three roses 
stalked and leaved ppr. 173. 3 

Breck or Breek, a demi-lion ppr. Firmus , 
■maneo. 10. 2 1 



BRE 

Brecknock and Brecknoy, an arm erect 
issuing from clouds holding an anchor 
in pale. 219. 2 

Brecknock, Earl of, see Camden, Mar- 

Bredel of London, an owl ppr. Nitor in 
adversum. 96. 5 

Bredon, Alexander Macaulay, Esquire, 
Scarborough, Yorks, a demi-lion ram- 
pant arg., holding in the dexter paw a 
cross pattee fitchee gu., the sinister 
paw resting on a passion-nail or, 
Vincit Veritas. 

Bredon, Matthew Boyd, Esquire, of 
BaUinataggart House, Portadown, 
Dowth Lodge, Drogheda, and 39, 
Ovington Square, S.W., same crest 
and motto. 

Bredon, Robert Edward, Esquire, of 
Shanghai, same crest and motto. 

Bree, a hand couped in fess. 221. 6 

Breedon, Berks and Northamp., a demi- 
lion arg., holding in its dexter paw a 
cross pattee fitched gu. c/. 11. 10 

Breek, a demi-lion ppr. Firmus maneo. 
10. 2 

Breen, Henry Hcgart, Esquire, F.S.A., 
Administrator of the Government of 
the Island of St. Lucia and its de- 
pendencies, two arms in armour em- 
bowed and interlaced ppr., in the 
dexter hand a sword, also ppr., and in 
the sinister hand a passion-cross gu. 

Brees and Breeze, a stag at gaze or. 

II7- 3 

Breeton, a naked arm embowed holding 
in the hand ppr. a wreath of laurel 



Brember of London, tw-o arms in 

embowed holding a battle-axe, all 
ppr. 194. 12 

Bremer, Devonsh., out of a naval coronet 
or, the sails arg., a dexter cubit arm 
in armour holding in the hand, gaunt- 
leted or, a sword ppr., hilt and 
pommel of the first, between two 
branches of oak or, the arm charged 
with an anchor erect sa. A la verite. 

210. 10 

Bremner, England and Scotland, a dexter 
arm vambraeed holding in the gauntlet 
a pheon erect. Per tela, per hosles. 

c/. 211. 7 

Bremner, a cock's head erased. 90. i 

Brenan, Ireland, out of a mural coronet 
a demi-eagle displayed. c/. 80. 7 

Brenan and Brennan, Ireland, a wheel gu. 
167. I 

Brenan, an arm in armour embowed, the 
hand grasping a dagger, all ppr. Siib 
hoc .signo vinces. 195-4 

Brenchesley and Brenchley, an annulet 
or, within it an escutcheon az., charged 
with a cross patonce of the first. 167. 6 

Brenchley, Kent, a dexter arm couped 
near the elbow holding a branch of 
laurel ppr. 219. 9 

Brende, Norf., a lion rampant gardant 
arg. 2. 5 

Brende, Suff., the fore-part of a lion 
gu., united to the hind-part of a dragon 
vert, sejant. 

Brendon, an eagle displayed. 75-2 

Brenlee, a demi-griffin. 64. 2 

Brennan, see Brenan. 

Brent, Glouc, Kent, and Somers., a 
dragon's head between two wmgs ex- 
panded arg. 72. 7 



BRE 

Brent, a lion rampant. i- i3 

Brent, a wyvern's head between two 
wings arg., charged on the breast with 
three ermine spots, one and two. 

cf. 72. 7 

Brentingham, an oak-tree ppr. 143. 5 

Brenton, Bart., out of a naval coronet 
or, the circle thereof inscribed " Spar- 
tan," a swan arg., guttee-de-sang. Go 
throngh. 

Brenton, a swan arg. 99. -2 

Brenton, a derai-savage afifrontte, hand- 
cuffed ppr. 1S6. 12 

Breos, De, an eagle rising regardant ppr. 
cf. 77. 4 

Breres, Lanes, a nag's head erminois. 

cf. 50. 12 

Brereton of Brinton, Norf., a bear ppr., 
muzzled or. Opitulante Deo. cf. 34. i 

Brereton or Brewerton, a bear's head 
and neck or, muzzled sa. 34. 14 

Brereton, Ireland, a demi-unicorn col- 
lared. 48. 10 

Brereton, Ireland, out of a ducal coronet 
or, a bear's head couped sa., muzzled 
of the first. 34. 3 

Brereton, John Alfred, JIajor-General, 
Riversdale, Ramsey, Isle of Man, same 
crest. Opitulante Deo. 

Brereton, Chesh. and Norf., a bear's 
head and neck erased sa., muzzled gu., 
studded or. 35-2 

Brereton, on a chapeau az., turned" up 
erm., a dragon with wings elevated 
gu. cf. 73. 4 

Brereton, Bart, {extinct), of Honford, 
Chesh., out of a ducal coronet or, a 
bear's head charged with a crescent in 
chief and a cross erosslet ppr. 34. 3 

Brerwood or Brierwood, Chester, two 
swords in saltier gu., pommels and 
hilts or, enfiled with an earl's coronet 
ppr. cf. 171. 12 

Bresier, out of a crown vallary a lion's 
head. cf. 17. 5 

Breslngham, on a chapeau ppr., a demi- 
lion rampant gardant or. cf. 15. 14 

Brest, an arm ppr., vested sa., holding 
in the hand a bow arg. 

Bretargh, Lanes, a lion's gamb holding 

an ostrich-feather. Fari qui .nentient. 

37- 3 

Bretherton, Rev. Humphrey William, of 
Eccleston Rectory, Chorley, Lanes, a 
cross raguly fiery sa., therefrom pen- 
dent by a riband gu., a stag's head 
caboshed arg. Per aspera ad dulcia 

Bretherton, Norris, Esquire, of Runshaw 
Hall, Eu.\ton, Lanes., and Nateby 
Lodge, Garstang, same crest and 
motto. 

Bretherton, Frederick Annesley Stapelton, 
the Hall, Rainhill, Lanes, in front of a 
demi-unicorn arg., a portcullis sa. 

Breton or Bretton, London, Essex, Staffs, 

and Leics., on a lion's gamb az., a 

chevron or, charged with a mullet sa. 

39- 2 

Breton, on a lion's gamb az., and between 
three billets arg., a chevron or, charged 
with a mullet sa. cf. 39. 2 

Breton, Norf., a demi-talbot gu., eared, 
collared, and lined or, hoUIing in his 
feet the line coiled up. 

Breton, Northamp., on a mural coronet 
gu., a boar's head couped sa. 

cf. 42. II 



73 

Breton, a wolf paly of eight or and az. 

28. 10 
Bretrook, a horse saddled and bridled, 

at full speed. 52. i 

Brett, a sphinx passant. cf. 1S2. 12 

Brett, Charles Henry, Esquire, of Gretton 

Malone Road, a falcon ppr., jessed gu., 

belled and vervelled or. Yilia '.on- 

temnit aucupia. 
Brett, WiUiam Bailey, Esquire, of 58, 

Merrion Avenue, Blackrook, 00. 

Dublin, same crest and motto. 
Brett, Ireland, a crane regardant, wings 

addorsed, resting the de.xter foot on a 

stone. 105. 5 

Brett, Glouo. and Leics., on a tower arg., 

a man's head ppr. 
Brett, a garb. Velis id quod possis. 

153. 2 
Brett, Staffs, a lion's gamb erect erased 

arg., grasping a dragon's head erased 

Brett, Kent and Devonsh., a lion passant 
gu. 6. 2 

Brett of Moore Place, Esher, Surrey, a lion 
passant gu., charged on the shoulder 
with a cross bottony fitchee or, and 
holding in the dexter fore-paw a fasces 
ppr. Vicimus. 262. 7 

Brett of Ocle Court, Heref., on a chapeau 
gu., turned up erm., a lion passant of 
the first. 4. 9 

Brett, Kent, a griffin's head between 
two wings az., beaked or. 

cf. 67. 7 

Brett, a demi-lion queue-fourchee arg., 
langued and armed gu. cf. 10. 2 

Brettel), a demi-eagle displayed az., 
upon a mill-rind or, holding in the 
beak an ear of corn of the last. 

Brettell, Henry Cartwright, Esquire, 
solicitor, of Dudley, uses a demi-eagle 
displayed or, winged vair. 229. 2 

Brettridge, Bucks, an arm holding a 

sword ppr., pommelled and hilted or. 

212. 13 

Brew, a park gate gu. 15S. 9 

Brew-Mulhallen, Vivian, Esquire, of 
Sidmanton Lodge, Bray, co. Wieklow, 
and Donerea Lodge, Kilcool : (i) An 
escallop or {for Mulludlen). (2) A 
lion rampant per fesse or and gu., 
charged on the breast with a cross 
erosslet fitchee sa. {for Brew). Always 
ready. 

Brewdhell, from an old castle in ruins a 
martlet rising sa. 

Brewer or Breuer, Kent, out of a mural 
coronet an arm from the elbow erect, 
vested gu., billettee or, holding in the 
hand ppr. a battle-axe arg. 

Brewer or Breuer, a mermaid holding 
a mirror and a comb ppr. 1 84. 8 

Brewer, a syren charged with a mullet, 
for difference her human part ppr., 
her tail scaled or and gu., divided 
by parallel lines wavy. 

Brewerton, see Brereton. 

Brewes, De, out of a ducal coronet gu., 
a lion's gamb. 36. 12 

Brewin, Leics., a unicorn passant arg., 
armed, maned, and tufted or, collared 
and charged on the body with three 
mullets pierced in fesse az. 

cf. 48. 5 

Brewin, Arthur, Esquire, 6a, Austin 

Friars, E.C., on a chapeau ppr., a 

statant arg. Be fast. 



BRI 

Brewley, a lion rampant ppr., platee, 
holding in the paws a shield erm., 
thereon a bend gu., charged with three 
chevrons or. 

Brews or BrewiS, out of a ducal coronet 
or, a cock's head ppr. go. 6 

Brews, Brewse, and Brewes, a lion 
passant az. 4. 3 

Brews or Brewse, a demi - Hercules 
clothed with a skin holding over the 
shoulder a club ppr. 

Brews or Brewes, out of a ducal coronet 
gu., a lion's gamb ppr. 36. 12 

Brewster and Brewsted, Scotland, a 
leopard's head erased az., bezantee. 

cf. 23. 2 

Brewster, Northamp., a leopard's head 
erased sa., bezantee. cf. 23. 2 

Brewster, French- : ( i ) A leopard's head 
erased az., bezantee, holding in the 
mouth a trefoil slipped vert {for Brew- 
ster). (2) A dolphin naiant ppr. {for 
French). V eriti soyez ma garde. 140. 5 

Brewster of Whitfield, Essex, a demi- 
lion holding in the dexter paw a club 
over his shoulder, aU ppr. 

Brewster of Dublin, a wolf's head couped 
gu., the neck charged with a trefoil 
slipped or, and pierced through with 
an arrow sa., barbed and feathered arg. 
Prohitas cum fortitudine. cf. 29. 6 

Brewster of Essex, a beaver's head 
erased sa. Veriti soyez ma garde. 

134- 3 

Brey, a hiU ppr. By degrees. 

Breyton, on a mount vert, a wild duck 
ppr. 102. I 

Brian, a demi-savage ppr. cf. 186. 5 

Brian, a beacon flammant or. 177. 14 

Briand and Briant, out of a mural coronet 
■ a bundle of arrows banded. 

Brice, a demi-fleur-de-lis arg. 

Brice, a stag trippant. 117. 8 

Brice, Hants and Somers., a lion's head 
erased erm., pierced through with an 
arrow or, headed and feathered arg. 

Brice, Ireland, an arm holding a cutlass, 
all ppr. Do loell, and doubt not. 

213- 5 

Brice, Ireland, a cubit arm erect ppr., 
grasping a scimitar arg., hilt and 
pommel or. cf. 213. 8 

Brichen, Scotland, an arm in fess issu- 
ing out of clouds grasping a club in 
the hand, all ppr. 223. 5 

Brickdale, on a ducal coronet or, a 
dolphin naiant az. 140. 4 

Brickdale, Somers., out of a ducal coronet 
or, a demi-lion rampant supporting 
a spear ppr., thereon a standard az., 
fringed and tasselled of the first, 
charged with a sheaf of five arrows 
pheoned of the same, flighted arg., 
pointed and banded gu. 

Brickdale, Somers., a sheaf of seven 
arrows or, flighted arg., headed and 
banded gu. 

Brickenden, a lion's gamb erased holding 
a rose-branch slipped ppr. 37. 10 

Brickenden, a demiwyvern vert. 69. 10 

Brickhurst, Lines, out of a mural coronet 
or, a tiger's head and neck arg. 

cf. 27. I 

Brickwood, a demi-savage affrontee ppr., 
wreathed about the head and loins 
with leaves vert, and holding in hia 
dexter hand a slip of oak of the last. 

cf. 186. 4 



BRI 

Brid, London, an eagle's head bendy of ] 
eight arg. and sa., ducally gorged 
or. 

Bridall, aiiddx., a lion's gamb erased 
az., armed gu., holding a demi-lance 
broken arg., headed gu. 38. 9 

Bride, two eagle's heads erased and 
addorsed ppr. 84. 1 1 

Brideoake, Robert Farrar, Croft, near 
Warrington, a tree ppr., the trunk 
clasped by a pair of hands fesseways 
eouped at the wrists. 

Bridge, Heref. and Essex, two wings 
arg., on each a chevron engrailed sa., 
charged with a chaplet or. 

Bridge, Henry Hamilton, Esquire, J.P., 
of Fairfield and Ashcott, Waipawa, 
Napier, New Zealand, two wings 
arg., on each a chevron engrailed sa., 
charged with a chaplet or. Post 
hominem animus durat. 

Bridge, Surrey, a stag's head arg. Nee 
mintis fortiter. 121. 5 

Bridge, an eagle with wings displayed 
holding in the beak a branch. 3Ie 
juvat ire pet altum. 

Bridge, Vice-Admiral Cyprian A. G., 
R.N., 30, Green Street. Grosvenor 
Square, London, W., an eagle rising, in 
its beak an olive-branch, all ppr. Me 
juvat ire per altum. 77. 2 

Bridge, a chaplet of oak or, between two 
wings elevated sa., each charged with 
a bridge of one arch, embattled, and 
at each end a tower ppr. 

Bridgeman of Coney-Weston Hall, Norf., 
a trefoil slipped vert. 148. 9 

Bridgeman, Lanes, Warw., and Shropsh, 
a fox sejant ppr. 32. i 

Bridgeman, Earl of Bradford, Weston 
Park, Shifnal, a denii-lion arg., holding 
between the paws a garland of laurel 
or. Nee lemere, nee timide. 260. 2 

Bridgen, a demi-mariner vested in russet 
ppr., round the waist a sash, and 
tlie head a cap gu., in his dexter hand 
a sphere or, the sinister arm resting on 
an anchor of the last. 1S6. 10 

Bridger or Briger, Glouc, a drag 
head vert, transfixed with the end of 



a crab gu. <•/. 141. 5 

Bridger, Harry, of Buckingham House, 
Sussex, a crab gu. 141. 5 

Bridges, Bart., of Goodneston, Kent 
{extinct), out of a ducal coronet or, a 
Moor's head in profile ppr.. wTcathed 
about the temples arg., and of the 
first, gorged with a coUar of the same, 
and pendent therefrom a cross patee 
of the third. Je garderay. 

Bridges, Edinburgh, a demi-lion gu. 
Maintien le droit. 10. 3 

Bridges, on a tower a hawk with wings 
displayed. aU ppr. c/. 156. 8 

Bridges, an anchor in pale ppr. 161. i 

Bridges or Brydges, Essex, a boar passant 
arg., pierced through the neck with a 
broken spear, headed of the first, em- 
brued gu. cf. 40. 14 

Bridges, Glouc, a man's head from the 
shoulders in profile ppr., vested paly 
of six arg. and gu., semee of roundels 
counterchanged and wreathed of the 
last and az. 

Bridges, on a tower arg., masoned sa., 
a dove rising ppr. 156. 11 



74 

Bridgewater, a demi-stag or, attired sa. 

119. 2 
Bridgman, Warw., a demi-lion rampant 
arg., holding between the paws a gar- 
land of laurel ppr. 260. 2 
Bridgstock, a raven sa., holding in the 

dexter claw an escallop. 
Bridon, Suff., a hawk's head erased sa., 
charged with three bezants, one and 
two. cf. 88. 12 

Bridport, Viscount (Hood), Royal Lodge, 
Windsor Park, a Cornish chough ppr., 
supporting with the dexter claw an 
anchor or. Steady. 245. 9 

Bridson of Bryerswood, Windermere, 
Westml., a demi-mariner in profile 
ppr., vested and capped az., collared 
arg., girdles or, grasping in the dexter 
hand an anchor erect of the last, and 
resting the sinister hand on a wreath 
of coral gu. Tutus in undis. 

Bridson, Major Thomas Ridgway, of 
Rock End, Torquay, Devonsh., and 
Bridge House, Bolton, Lanes, same 
crest and motto. 

Brien, Ireland, two lion's gambs eouped 
and erect gu., armed az., supporting 
a sword ppr., pommel and hilt or. 

Brien, Ireland, a cross pattee gu., be- 
tween the horns of a crescent or. 

163. 6 

Brien, Edward Henry, M.D., Stanley 
ViUa, New Chester Road, Rock Ferry, 
issuing from clouds a dexter arm era- 
bowed ppr., holding in the hand a 
sword of the last. 

Brierly, London, a cross potent fitchee 
gu., between two wings arg. 

Briers, Beds, a demi-leopard rampant 
gardant erased az., gorged with a 
collar arg., charged with three mullets 
pierced gu. 

Brierly, John Swallow, Esquire, of 
Dehrow, Aldenham, Herts, in front of 
an oak-tree ppr., an escutcheon arg. 
guttee-de-sang, charged with a cross 
nebuly gu., between two roses of the 
last, both stalked and leaved of the 
fii-st. Ad utrumgue paratus. 

Brierwood, two swords in saltier gu., 
pommels and hilts or, enfiled with an 
earl's coronet ppr. cf. 171. 12 

Brig, an arm in armour embowed hold- 
ing a dagger ppr. 196. 5 

Brigden, Sussex, an arm in armour em- 
bowed ppr., garnished or, wielding a 
sword arg., hilt and pommel gold. 
Mea gloria fides. 195. 2 

Briger, see Bridger. 

Brigges, Westml., a fox ppr. 32. i 

Briggs, Bart, {extinct}, Shropsh., on the 
stump of a tree eradicated or, sprout- 
ing two new branches vert, a pelican 
or, vulning herself ppr. Virtus est 
Dei. cf. 98. 6 

Briggs, Bart, (extinct), Barbadoes, upon 
the stump of a tree erased and eouped 
and charged with a trefoil ppr. 
peUcan vulning herself, wing.^ elevated 
arg. J'i>/Ms est Dei. — Ne traverse pas 
h pont. 98. 6 

Briggs, Major-General David, of Strath 
airly. Largo, Fife, a pelican in hei 
piety. Sola virtus invicta. 

Briggs, Joseph Lyder, Esquire, J. P., of 
Maynards, and of Welch Town in 
island of Barbadoes, in the West 
Indies, on a wreath of the coloui 



BRI 

upon the stump of a tree erased and 
eouped and charged with a trefoil ppr., 
a pelican vulning herself, wings ele- 
vated arg. Ne traverse pas le pont. 

Briggs, a tiger's head eouped affrontee. 

Briggs, Shropsh., an arm embowed 
covered with leaves vert, holding in 
the hand ppr. a bow gu., strung sa., 
and an arrow arg. 

Briggs, Yorks, on a mount vert, a laurel- 
branch erect ppr., in front a lion pas- 
sant erm., the dexter paw resting on a 
pheon sa. Fortiter et fAeliter. 

Briggs, Berlcs, a demi-dragou vert, wings 
az. Felicior quo certior. 73. 10 

Brigham, Yorks, on a cloud a crescent 

between two branches of palm in orle. 

c/. 146. 10 

Brigham or Briggam, Yorks, a boar's 
head in bend eouped sa. 

Brigham of Foxley House, Chester, out 
of a ducal coronet a plume of feathers. 
In cruce salus. 114. 3 

Brighouse, Lines, out of a mural coronet 
or, a tiger's head arg. c/. 27. i 

Bright, Ireland, a hand erect ppr., vested 
sa., issuing out of a cloud shedding 
forth rays, holding a mort-head of the 
first. 208. 10 

Bright, Allan Heywood, Esquire, of 
Liverpool, a crescent arg., and between 
the horns an estoile or. 

Bright, late Benjamin, of Barton Court, 
Colwell, Heref., same crest. Post 
tenehras lucem. 

Bright, Charles Edward, Esquire, of 
98, Cromwell Road, London, S.W., 
same crest and motto. 

Bright, George, Esquire, of 25, Victoria 
Square, Clifton, Bristol, same crest and 
motto. 

Bright, Heywood, Esquire, of Sandheys, 
West Derby, Liverpool, same crest and 
motto. 

Bright, Rev. James Franck, D.D. (Oxon.), 
of University College, Oxford, same 
crest and motto. 

Bright, Tyndall, Esquire, of Liverpool 
same crest and motto. 

Bright, William Robert, Esquire, same 
crest and motto. 

Bright, a dragon's head. 71. i 

Bright, Hon. Henry Edward, of Gawler 
and Willaston, South AustraUa, Mem- 
ber of the Legislative Council, uses 
a sun in splendour issuing out of 
clouds. In arduis jortitudo. 162. 5 

Bright, Bart., Harrow-weald, a mass of 
clouds and issuant therefrom a sun in 
splendom-, all ppr. 162. 5 

Bright, Sussex, the sun in splendour or, 
issuing from clouds ppr. Lumen umbra 
Dei. 162. 5 

Bright, a demi-hon rampant holding a 
battle-axe headed gu. Post tenehras 
lucem. 15. 4 

Bright, Chesh., a demi-griffin holding in 
the dexter claw a mullet sa. 

c/. 64. 2 

Bright, Suff., a dragon's head gu., vomit- 
ing flames of fire ppr., collared and 
lined or. c/. 72. 3 

Bright, Shropsh., a dragon's head erra., 
vomiting flames of tire ppr., gorged 
with a coUar sa., charged with three 
cross crosslets fitchee or. Nunquam 
non paratus. cf. 72. 3 



BRI 

Britzman, Surrey, out of 
rays or, an arm in armour embowed 
ppr., garnished of the first, holding in 
the gauntlet a sword arg., hilted also 
or, the arm tied round with a sash or 
and purp. 

Brigid, Ireland, out of a cloud ppr., an 
itoile of eight rays. 164. 11 

Brignac,areindeer'sheadcabossed. 122. 4 

Brignall, an eagle with two heads dis- 
played charged on the breast with 
a saltier. 74. i 

Brigstocke, William Player, Brent-Eleigh 

Hall, Lavenham, Suff., a raven ppr., 

holding in the dexter claw an escallop or. 

291.9 

Brigwood, a demi - savage affrontee 
wreathed about the head and middle 
with leaves and holding in the dexter 
hand a slip of oak, all ppr. cj. 186. 4 

Brimacombe, R., Colebrooke Lodge, 
Putney Heath, S.W., on a mount vert, 
an owl with wings displayed and 
inverted, charged on each wing with 
a pale, thereon a roimdel. Sapienter. 

Brln, Ireland, a dexter hand couped gu. 
222. 14 

Brinckman, Sir Theodore Henry, Bart., 
St. Leonard's, Windsor, a pair of wings, 
each quarterly arg. and az. Per- 
severando. 109. 6 

Brind, Frederick William, Esquire, the 

Court Lodge, Chelsfield, Kent, a dexter 

cubit arm erect, holding the head of a 

broken spear, all ppr. Nil sine labore. 

214. 13 

Brindesley, an escallop-shell per pale or 
and sa. 141. 14 

Erlndley of Union Hall, Staffs, on a mount 
vert, a demi-lion regardant erm., hold- 
ing in the mouth a sprig of oak, the 
dexter paw holding an olive-branch 
ppr., the sinister paw resting on an 
escutcheon az., charged with two 
chevTonels or. 14-4 

Brindley and Brinley, a wjrvern holding 
in tlie mouth a hand ppr. 70. 3 

Brine, two swords in saltier ppr., sur- 
mounted by a cross crosslet fitched gu. 
166. 14 

Brine, Dorset, a lion rampant arg., 
billettee, and holding between the 
paws a cross moline gu. 

Brine, Ernest Augustus, Esquire, of 
Poole, Dorset, a lion rampant arg., 
semee of biUets, and holding in the 
fore-paws a cross moline gu. Confido. 

Brine, Rev. Algernon Lindsay, of Margate, 
Kent, same crest and motto. 

Brine, Capt. Arthur (late R.M.L.L), of 
Erith Cottage, Torquay, same crest and 
motto. 

Brine, Rev. George Augustus, M.A., of 
Beechgrove, Honiton, Devonsh., same 
crest and motto. 

Brine, Rev. James Edward Bouverie, of 
Nuward Eliija, Ceylon, same crest and 
motto. 

Brine, Colonel John Jones, H.E.I.C.S., 
same crest and motto. 

Brine, Admiral Lindesay, R.N., Athenaeum 
Club, PaU MaU, S.W., same crest and 
motto. 

Brine, Percival Forbes, Esquire, same 
crest and motto. 

Brine, Philip Arthur Sherard, Esquire, of 
Richmond, Virginia, U.S.A., same crest 
and motto. 



75 

I Bringborne, Kent, on a wolf's head erased 
sa., a pile or. 

Bringham, a cat salient gardant ppr. 

26. 3 

Bringhurst, Leics., an arm in armour 
embowed arg., holding a club sa., spiked 
or. " c/. 199. 2 

Bringhurst, Ireland, a dragon's head 
erased arg., gorged with a collar corn- 
pony or and gu. 71-2 

Brinkhurst, a demi - lion arg., ducally 
crowned or, holding in each paw a 
bezant. <•/. 10. 11 

Brinkley, Richard Grapes, Esquire, of 
Ardagh and Fortland, co. ,Sligo, Ire- 
land, on a wreath of the colours a 
cross potence engrailed surmounted by 
an estoile, all or. Mulabimur. 

Brinkley,- John Lloyd, Esquire, of Fort- 
land, Easkey, eo. Sligo, a cross patonce 
engrailed gu., surmounted of an estoile 
arg. Mutabiimir. 

Brinkley, John Turner, Esquire, of 
Northgate, Warw., same crest and 
motto. 

Brinklow or Bringlcw, a demi-lion or, 
supporting a flaming sword gu., hilt of 
the first. 

Brinkworth of Bath, on a mount vert, a 
willow-tree ppr. 

Brins, a talbot's head collared swallow- 
ing a bird, with wings expanded. 

<:/■ 57. 3 

Brinton, on a wreath arg. and gu., in 
front of a saltire gu., a beacon sa., 
fired ppr. cf. 177. 8 

Brinton, John, Esquire, of Jloor Hall, 
Stourport, same crest. Lux el salus. 

Brinton, Reginald Sevmour, Esquiie, 
J.P., of Croft, Kidderminster, same 
crest. BIOS HAU^NIA rilOVAAIA. 

Brisac, an arm embowed ppr., vested 
gu., holding a covered cup or. 

203. 4 

Brisban or Brisbane, Scotland, an anchor 

in pale with a serpent wTeatbed about 

it, all ppr. A)iiniu7n prudentia firmat. 

i6r. 3 

Brisbane, Scotland, an ant-hillock, semee 
of ants ppr. Virtuti damnosa quies. 

Brisbane, a demi -savage holding over 
his shoulder a club ppr. 1S6. 5 

Brisbane, Charles Thomas, Esquire, of 
Brisbane, Ayr : ( i ) Dexter, the crest of 
honourable augmentation, viz., out of 
a naval crown or, a dexter arm em- 
bowed in the uniform of a captain of 
the Royal Navy, the hand grasping a 
cutlass ppr., hilted and pommelled or, 
and from the hand pendent by a ribbon 
arg., fimbriated az., a gold medal, 
representing that given by His Majesty 
George III. to Sir Charles Brisbane. 
Curacoa. 204. 2. (2) Sinister, the 
family crest, viz., a stork's head erased 
holding in the beak a serpent writhing 
ppr. Certamine summo. cf. 106. 3 

Brisbane and Brisbon, Scotland, a heron's 
head erased holding in the beak an 
eel, all ppr. Certamine sumnio. 

104. 2 

Brisbane : ( i ) A stork's head erased 
holding in the beak a serpent wavy 
ppr. (lor Brisbane), cf. 106. 3. (2) A 
Uon issuant gardant ppr., holding in 
his dexter paw a cross crosslet litchee 
gu. [for Makdoitgal). Certamine sum- 
mo.— Fear God. II. 12 



BRI 

Brisbon or Brisbone, on a chapeau a lion 
rampant holding an arrow, point down- 
ward, cf. 2. 4 

Brisco, Sir Musgrave Horton, Bart., 
Ciofton Hall, Wigton, Cumb., a grey- 
hound current sa., seizing a hare ppr. 
254. 8 

Briscoa, a pennon gu., charged with a 
crescent arg., the staff in bend sa., 
headed or. cf. 176. 12 

Briscoe and Briscowe, a pheon between 
two arms in armour emlx)wed support- 
ing a Saracen's head affrontee. 194. 9 

Briscoe and Briscowe, Ireland, a Saracen's 
head affrontee ppr. 190. 5 

Brise-Ruggles, Archibald Weyland, Spains 
Hall, Braintree, Essex : (i ) A tower or, 
transpierced with four darts in saltier 
and inflamed ppr. {for Buggies). (2) An 
alligator rampant (for Brisc ). Struggle. 

Brislay, a cock pheasant ppr., standing 
among flowers az., leaved vert. 

cf. go. 8 

Bristed, a dexter hand holding a spur ppr. 
217. 14 

Bristol, Marquess of (Hervey), Ickworth 
Park, Bury St. Edmunds, a leopard 
passant sa., bezautee, ducally gorged 
and chained or, holding in the dexter 
paw a trefoil slipped vert. Je noubli- 
erai jamais. 

Bristow, Herts, out of a crescent or, a 
demi-eagle displayed az. Si. 4 

Bristow of Broxmore Park, Wilts, out of 
a crescent or, a demi-eagle displayed 
az. Vigilantibus non dorniientibus. 

81. 4 

Bristow, Collyer- : (i) Issuant out of a 
crescent or, a phoenix ppr., charged 
on each wing with a cross crosslet az. 
(for Bristow). (2) A boar's head 
erased or, guttee-de-sang, holding in 
the mouth a staff raguly bendwise gu. 
(for Collyer). Avance. 

Bristowe, Rev. Charles John, of Bees- 
thorpe Hall, Notts, same crest and 
motto. 

Bristowe, Hubert Carpenter, M.D., the 
Cottage, Wrington, Somers., same 
crest and motto. 

Britain, a dexter hand ppr., holding a 
key or. 217. 7 

Britain, Briton, Britten, and Britton, out 
of a naval coronet a mermaid holding 
in her dexter hand a purse and in her 
sinister a comb ppr. cf. 184. 14 

Britley, on a chapeau a demi-lion hold- 
ing in the dexter paw a mullet. 

cf. 15. 14 

Brittain or Brittaine, an eagle's claw 
erased in fess holding a quill. 113. 12 

Britten, an ear of wheat and palm- 
branch in saltier ppr. 154. 10 

Britten, a wolf passant ppr. Casis 
tutissima virtus. 28. 10 

Britton, Aithur Henry Daniel, Esquire, 
of Verecroft, Clyde Road, Redland, 
Bristol, on a wreath of the colours, a 
lion's gamb erect and erased az., 
guttee-d'eau, between two mullets of 
six points, also az. Salut a tous. 

264. 2 

Britton, Philip WiUiara Poole Carlyon-, 
Hanham Court, Glouc. : (i) A lion's 
gamb erect and erased az., guttee-d'eau 
between two mullets of six points, also 
az. (Britton). 264. 2. (2) A demi-lion 
rampant gu., ducally crowned or. 



BRI 

collared arg., holding between the paws 
a bezant and charged on the shoulder 
with a cross crosslet of the second 
(Carlyon). 260. 10. Salut a, tons. — 
TutHs ttttissima virtus. 

Britweesil, a salmon naiant ppr. 139. 12 

Briwer or Briwere, out of a cloud a 

dexter arm holding an open book ppr. 

215. I 

Brixton or Brixtone, a demi-horse ram- 
pant arg. 53. 3 

Broad, His Honour Judge Lowther, of 
Ronaki, Nelson, New Zealand, uses a 
demi- savage holding in the dexter 
hand three arrows and pointing with 
the sinister to an imperial crown. 
Fortior leone Justus. 186. 13 

Broad, on a ehapeau gu., turned up 
erm., a leopard's face arg. Another, 
ppr. 

Broad, on a ehapeau a tigers head 
ducally crowned. 

Broadbelt, an eagle displayed ppr. 75. 2 

Broadbent, Sir "William Henry. Bart., 
K.C.V.O., of Longwood, Huddersfield, 
in front of a pheon, the staff rompu, a 
sci-pent nowed, all ppr. 251. 11 

Broadbent or Brodbent, a pheon arg., 
the point erabrued ppr., the staff 
broken near the point or. 174. 10 

Broadbent, a dexter arm ppr., holding in 
the hand a covered cup or. 217. 11 

Broade, Stanier-Philip- : (i) On a mount 
vert, a bear's head erect or, transfixed 
by an arrow fess\vise ppr. (for Broade). 
243. 5. (2) In front of a griffin's head 
erased ppr., three escallops or (jor 
Stanier). Pro Deo et rege. — Pietate 
fortior. 243. 6 

Broadhead, Bart., Yorks, a demi-lion 
rampant ppr., collared and chained or, 
supporting an escutcheon erm., charged 
with an eagle displayed gu. Perscter- 
ando. 

Broadhead, on a ehapeau a garb ppr. 

153. 10 

Broadhurst, a mermaid holding in her 
dexter hand a dagger ppr. 184. 7 

Broadhurst, a lion's head couped ppr., 
collared vaire arg. and gu. cj. i8. 13 

Broadhurst, a swan erm., swimming in 
water ppr., charged on the breast with 
an etoile sa., the wings expanded or, 
fretty raguly az. 

Eroadley, a'stag's head erased ppr. Mitis 
sed fortis. 121. 2 

Broadley, London, a talbot passant ppr. 
Non immemor beneficii. 54. i 

Broadley, London, a stag's head erased 
ppr. Non immemor beneficii. ^21. 2 

Broadley, Henry Broadley Haixison, 
Welton House, Beverley, Yorks: (i) 
Within a chaplet of roses ppr., a cross 
pattee fitched sa. 243. 13. (2) A 
demi-lion rampant or, charged with 
a bend vair arg. and gu., supporting 
with the sinister paw a shield arg., 
thereon two branches of laurel saltire- 
wise vert. Xihtl viget simile. 

243- 14 

Broadmead, William Bucknell, Enmore 
Castle, Somers., on a fret az., a stag's 
head erased, holding in the mouth an 
acorn slipped ppr. Semper fidelis. 

Broadmead, Henry, Esquire, a fret az., 
thereon a stag's head erased, holding j 
in the mouth an acorn slipped ppr. ' 
Semper fidelis. 



7^ 

Broadmead, Rev. Philip Palfrey, of 
Olands, Milverton, Somers., same crest 
and motto. 

Broadmead, Thomas Palfrey, Esquire, of 
Enmore Park, Bridgwater, same crest 
and motto. 

Broadmead, William Bucknell, Esquire, 
of Enmore Castle, Bridgwater, same 
crest and motto. 

Broadockshaw and Brodockshaw, a stag's 
head arg. 121. 5 

Broadrick, Lieutenant-Colonel Edward, 
a spear-head arg., consanguined and 
within a chaplet of oak fructed, 
ppr. Decens et Iwnestum. 

Broadrick, George, Esquire, of Broughton 
House, Broughton Road, Ipswich 
same crest and motto. 

Broadrick, Yorks, a spear's head arg. 
embrued and within a chaplet of oak 
fructed, all ppr. Decens et Iwnestum. 

Broadstone, in a cloud a crescent between 
two palm-branches. 146. 10 

Broadwood, London and Sussex, a 
yew-tree leaved and eradicated ppr., 
on the trunk an annulet or, transfixed 
by three arrows, one in fess, two in 
saltier of the last. Semper virens. 

Broadwood, a pine-tree ppr., charged with 
nine cones gu., the trunk eradicated, 
also ppr. Semper virens. 1 44. 13 

Broadwood, James Henry Tschudi, Es- 
quire, of Lyne, Capel, Surrey, and 
Pleystowe, Capel, Dorking, a pine-tree 
eradicated and fructed ppr., sur- 
mounted by three arrows, two in 
saltire, points downwards, and one 
in fess, point to the dexter, also ppr., 
encircled around the stock by an 
annulet or. Semper virens. 

Broadwood, John Alexander Redman, 
Esquire, of Laugliarne, co. Carmar- 
thensh., same crest and motto. 

Broadwood, Thomas Capel, Esq., same 
crest and motto. 

Brocas, London, a Moor's head couped 
at the shoulders, radiated ppr. 

Brock, John, Esquire, of Glastonbury, 
Somers. Justice to all. 

Brock, Scotland, on a ehapeau gu., a dove 
rising ppr. 94. 10 

Brock, Essex, a pegasus az. 47. i 

Brock, Glutton-, Worcs. : (i) A derai-lion 
gardant gu., on the body a chevron 
or, charged with three trefoils slipped 
vert, holding between his paws an 
arrow of the second barbed and 
feathered arg. {for Brock). (2) An 
owl on a myrtle- branch (for Clutton). 
Virescit vulnere virtus. cf. 96. 5 

Brock or Brocke, Chesh., a demi-lion 
rampant gu., holding in the dexter 
paw a dart or, feathered of the first. 

cf. 13. 6 

Brock, out of a mural crown arg., a 
demi -Canadian Indian, the dexter 
hand supporting a tomahawk erect 
ppr. Canada. 

Brock, an escallop or. 141. 12 

Brockas or Brokas, Hants, a lion sejant 
erect, holding in his dexter paw a cross 
pattee fitched, and resting the sinister 
on a pvramid. cf. S. 12 

Brockbank of the Croft, Kirsanton, 
Lanes, a stag at gaze ppr. 1 17. 3 

Brockdon, Devonsh., a stag's head erased 
per chevron are. and gu., attired or. 



BRO 

Brocket of the Ryes, Essex, a stag lodged 
sa., ducally gorged and lined or. c/. 1 1 5. 7 

Brocket, a stag's head erased, pierced 
through the neck with an arrow. 

Brocket, a brocket or young deer lodged 
ppr. cf. 124. 8 

Brocket or Brockhill, Kent, a badger sa. 

, 33- 10 

I Brockhill, Kent, on a mount vert, a 

I badger sa. 33. 12 

Brockholes, a fret arg. 165.10 

Brcckholes, Lanes, a brock or badger 
passant sa. cf. 33. 10 

Brockholes, Fitzherbert-, William Josepli, 
of Claughton Hall, Lanes : ( i ) A 
brock (or badger) passant sa. {for 
Brockholes). cf. 33. 10. (2) A cubit 
arm in armour erect ppr., the hand 
clenched within a gauntlet {for Fitz- 
herbert). Ung je serviray. 

Broeklebank, Ralph, Esquire, of 9, 
Faulkner Square, Liverpool, in front 
of a mount vert, thereon a cock ppr., 
three escallops in fesse or. God send 
grace. 

Broeklebank, Thomas, Esquire, of the 
Roscote, Heswall, Chester, same crest 
and motto. 

Broeklebank, Sir Thomas, Bart., of 
Greenlands, Cumb., an anchor fesse- 
wise sa., thereon a cock arg., combed 
and wattled gu., charged on the breast 
with an escallop, also sa. God send 
grace. ^S7- ^ 

Brocklehurst, a brock ppr. Veritas me 
dirigit. 33. 10 

Brocklehurst, WiUiam B., of Butley HaU, 
Chester, and of Hurdsfield House, near 
Macclesfield, a brock sa., holding in the 
mouth a slip of oak fructed ppr., in 
front of a mount vert, thereon two oak- 
trees, also ppr. Veritas me dirigit. 254.1 

Brocklehurst, Philip Lancaster, Esquire, 
of Swythamley Park, near Macclesfield, 
Staffs, same crest and motto. 

Brocklehurst, Robert, of St. Oare, West 
Derb}', Lanes, on a rock in front of 
two oak-branches fructed in saltire, a 
brock, all ppr. 292. 7 

Brockman of Beachborough, Kent, on a 
sword erect arg., hilt and pommel or, 
a stag's head cabossed ppr.. attired of 
the second, the blade through the head 
and bloody at the point. 

Brocton, Shropsh., a hand holding up a 
ducal coronet capped and tasselled, be- 
tween two branches of laurel in orle. 
217- 3 

Brodbent, a pheon arg., the point guttee- 
de-sang, the staff broken near the head 
or. 174. 10 

Broderwicke of Langford, Berks, out of a 

coronet or, a spear-head arg., imbrued. 

cf. 174. 12 

Brodhurst, a demi-swan, the wings vairee, 
charged on the breast with an escut- 
cheon. Virescit vulnere virtus, cf. 100. 9 

Brodhurst, a demi-swan or. 100. 9 

Brodie or Brody, Sussex and Scotland, a 
hand holding a sheaf of arrows ppr. 
Unite. 214. 3 

Brodie of Brodie, Moraysh., a dexter 
hand holding a bunch of arrows, all 
ppr. 214. 3 

Brodie, Ian Ashlev Moreton, Esquire, of 
Brodie, Brodie Castle, Forres, N.B., a 
dexter hand holding three arrows, all 
ppr. 



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Brodie, Alexander, of Lethen. Nairn 
a dexter hand holding five arrows, all 
ppr. Be mindj-ul to unite. 

Brodie, William Haig, M.D., Lethen 
Battle, Sussex, a dexter hand holding 
five arrows in bend sinister, all ppr. 
Be mindful to unite. 

Brodie, Sir Benjamin Vincent Sellon, 
Bart., of Boxford, Suff., a dexter cubit 
arm erect, holding in the hand a civic 
WTeath vert, with three arrows arg., 
one in fesse, two in saltire. Unite. 

254. II 

Brodie, a lion's gamb erased sa., holding 
a palm-branch ppr. cj. 36. 7 

Brodie, Sir Thomas Dawson, Bart., of 
Idvies, Forfarsh., a dexter hand hold 
ing a bunch of five arrows ppr. Be 
mindlvl to unite. J 14. 3 

Brodie-Innes, John William. Esquire, of 
15, Royal Circus, Edinburgh, X.B. : 

(1) A mullet az. Be iraist {for Innes). 

(2) A hand holding a sheaf of arrows 
ppr. Unite {for Brodie). 

Brodley, London and Lanes, a boar's 
head couped gu. 43. i 

Brodnax, Kent and Chesh., out of a mural 
coronet a demi- eagle or, winged gu., 
gorged with a collar of the second, 
charged with three cinquefoils arg. 

Brodockshaw, a stag's head arg. 121. 5 

Brodribb, Ernest George, Esquire, of 
Melbourne Club, Melbourne, Australia, 
a mount vert, therefrom springing 
three roses gu.. stalked and leaved ppr., 
interlaced with as many raascles, also 
interlaced fesseways or. Prudentia 

Brodribb, Frank Claudius, Esquire, of 
Wyallah, Toowoomba, and Kurrowah, 
Darling Downs, Queensland, same 
crest and motto. 

Brodribb, Owen Adams Kennedy, Esquire, 
same crest and motto. 

Brodribb, Rev. William Kennedy, B.A., 
of Putley Rectory, Ledbury, Heref., 
and Frank Claudius Brodribb, Esquire, 
J.P., of Wyallah, Toowoomba, Queens- 
land, upon a mount vert, three mascles 
fessewise interlaced or, and interlacing 
three roses erect gu., stalked and 
leaved of the first. Prudentia tutus. 
149- 13- 

Brodrick, Surrey, a spear-head arg., em- 
brued gu. 174. 12 

Brodrick, see Brodrick-Cloete. 

Brodrick, Charles Cumberland, Lynbridge 
House, Tavistock, Devon, out of a 
ducal coronet or, a spear-head arg., 
emhrued gu. A cuspide corona. 

Broese, a crane, holding in its claw a 
stone ppr. 105. 6 

Brogden, out of a ducal coronet or, a 
hand ppr., holding a rose gu., sHpped 
and leaved vert. 21S. 11 

Brogden, London, a demi-lion ducally 
crowned, holding between its paws a 
cross formee. cf. 11. 2 

Broge, Brogg, and Broige, Scotland, a 
dexter hand holding a sword, all ppr. 
Honorat mors. 212. 13. 

Brograve, London, Herts, Norf., Warw., 
and Lanes, an eagle displayed, with 
two heads erm., each ducally crowned 
or. Finis dnt esse. cf. 74. 2. 

Brohier or Broheir, in a crescent an arrow 
in pale. 163. 13. 

Broke, a fox's head ppr. 33- 4- 



77 

Broke, the late Sir Philip, Bart., of Nao- 

ton : (i) Of honourable augmentation, 

issuant from a naval crown or, a 

dexter arm embowed, encircled by a 

WTcath of laurel ppr., the hand grasp. 

ing a trident erect of the first. (2) A 

brock passant ppr. Scevumque tri- 

dentem servamus. cf. 33. 10 

Broke, Shropsh., a badger ppr. 33. 10 

Broke, Horace, Esquire, of Gladwyns, 

Harlow, Essex, a brock or badger 

passant ppr. 

Brokelsbey and Brokelsby, Lines, a brock 

or badger ppr. 33. 10 

Brokesby, Leics., a boar's head couped 

at the neck gu., bristled or. 43. i 

Bromage, out of a ducal coronet a dexter 

arm in armour embowed, the hand 

holding a scimitar, all ppr. Deus dux 

certus. cf. ig6. 10 

Bromall, a Bacchus' head, couped at the 

shoulders ppr., vested gu. 
Bromborough, out of a ducal coronet or, 
a cubit arm habited az., cuft'ed arg., 
holding in the hand an oak-branch 
ppr., fructed of the first. 
Brome, Broom, and Broome, Oxon., an 
arm couped at the elbow and erect, 
vested bendy wavy of six or and gu., 
holding in the hand ppr. a bunch of 
broom vert, seeded of the first. 
Brome of West Mailing, Kent, an arm 
vested gu., turned up arg., holding in 
the hand ppr. a slip of broom vert, 
fiowered or. Domine, dirige nos. 
Brome, a cock arg., wings elevated az., 
beaked, combed, legged, and wattled 
gu. cf. 91. 7 

Bromeall, a demi-lion rampant, double- 
queued ppr. 10. 6 
Bromeley, Cambs, on a wreath and issu- 
ing out of a mural coronet or, a demi- 
lion rampant sa., holding a standard 
vert, charged with a griiiin passant of 
the first. cf. 16. 7 
Bromell, a demi-eagle displayed, with two 
heads, each ducally crowned. 

cf. 82. 7 

Bromewich and Bromwieh,Glouc., Heref., 

and Herts, out of a ducal coronet or, 

a unicorn's head sa. Another, guttee- 

d'or. Another, out of a mural coronet. 

4S. 12 



ing erect a broken sword arg., hilt and 
pommel of the second. 

Bromfleld, Staffs, a lion passant gardant 
, gorged with a wreath of the first 
d az. cf. 4- 3 

BromQet or Bronslet, Lanes, on a chapeau 
sa., turned up arg., a wyvern vert, 
ducally crowned or. 70. 4 

Bromflete, out of a ducal coronet or, a 
wolf's head gu. cf. 30. 5 

Bromhall, Beds, a demi-lion or, holding 
between the paws a cross crosslet 
fitched sa. cf. 11. 10 

Bromhall, London and Chesh., a lion 
passant or. 6. 2 

Bromhead, Sir Benjamin Parnell, Bart., 
Thurlby Hall, Lines, out of a mural 
coronet gu., a unicorn's head arg., 
armed and crined or, holding in the 
mouth a rose gu., slipped and leaved 
ppr. Concordia res crescunt. 

Bromhead, Ireland, a pelican vulning 
rself ppr. 98. i 



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Bromige, out of a mural coronet or, a 
talbot's head az., eared gold. Fides 
servatn ditat. 56. 6 

Bromilow, a demi-lion rampant, holding 
in the dexter paw a cross crosslet 
fitchee. II. 10 

Bromley, Baron Montford, see Montford. 
Bromley, Chesh., Staft's, and Yorks, out 
of a ducal coronet or, a demi-lion 
rampant arg., supporting a standard 
sa., flag gu., charged with a lion 
passant gardant of the first, cf. 16. 7 
Bromley, Shropsh., a lion's gamb erect 
arg. cf. 36. 4 

Bromley, Shropsh., a cock pheasant ppr. 
cf. go. 8 
Bromley, Sir Henry, Bart., Eaststoke, 
Notts, a pheasant sitting ppr. Pensez 
forte. 
Bromley, Shropsh., same crest. 
Bromley-Davenport, see Davenport. 
Bromley-Wilson, Maurice, Esquire, of 
Dallam Tower, Milnthorp, Westml. : 
(I) A crescent or, therefrom flames 
issuant ppr. (/or Wilson). (2) A pheasant 
ppr. {for Bromley). 
Brompton, a lion rampant or. i- 13 

Bromwich, out of a ducal coronet or, a uni- 
corn's head sa., guttee-d'or. cf. 48. 12 
Bronan, see Brougham. 
Brond or Brounde, London and Suff., a 
demi-griffin or, holding a battle-axe 
embowed, the handle gu., the head 
arg. 64. II 

Bronker, Kent and Middx., a talbot pas- 
sant gu., resting the dexter paw on a 
garland of flowers ppr. cf. 54. i 

Bronker, Wilts, a cubit arm erect, vested 
sa.. cuffed arg., holding in the hand 
ppr. a lozenge of the first. 
Bronscomb or Branscomb, a lion regar- 
dant, ducally gorged and chained ppr. 
6. 3 
Brook, Chesh., a badger passant ppr. 

cf. 33. 10 

Brook, London, on a mount vert, in front 

of an oak-tree, a badger passant ppr., 

the dexter fore-paw resting on a 

chaplet or. 

Brook or Brooke, Bucks, a hawk's lure 

with the line formed into a bow-knot 

between two wings, all ppr. cf. 1 10. 10 

Brook, a fleur-de-lis arg., around it a 

serpent entwined ppr. 148. 8 

Brooke, Bransby, Sonning, near Reading, 

Berks, a demi-lion rampant guardant, 

holding between the paws an arrow in 

pale, point downwards ppr. 

Brooke, Sir Richard Marcus, Bart., of 

Norton Priory, Chesh., a brock ppr. 

Paste xiithout fraude. 33. 10 

Brooke, Earl of, and Baron, see Warwick, 

Earl of. 

Brooke of Mere Hall, Chester, a badger 

passant ppr. Visunitafortior. r/. 33. 10 

Brooke, John Townshend, Esquire, of 

Houghton HaU, Shifnel, Shropsh., on 

a mount vert, a brock per pale sa. and 

arg. Virtus est Dei. 

Brooke, Lieutenant-Colonel Arthur, of 

Brock Wood, Burwash, Sussex, and 

Junior United Service Club, St. 

James's, a brock or badger ppr. Vis 

unita fortior 33- 10 

Brooke, Harry Vesey, Esquire, J.P., D.L., 

of I, Lauderdale Road, Maida Vale, 

N.W., and Fairley, Aberdeenshire. 

same crest. Gloria finis. 



BRO 

Brooke, Rev. James Mark Saurin, of 20. 
Gledhow Gardens: (i) A brock or 
badger ppr. 277. 10. (2) A dexter 
arm from the elbow, vested bendy 
sinister azure and sa., grasping an 
oak-root sa. Ex fonte perenni. Eeason 
contents me. 277. 9 

Brooke of Handford, Chester, same crest. 
Pro avitd fide. 

Brooke, William John, of Haughton 
Hall, Shropsh., a brock or badger ppr. 
Virtiis est Dei. 

Brooke, Sir Arthur Douglas, Bart., of 
Colebrook, co. Fermanagh, a brock 
passant arg. c/. 33. 10 

Brooke, Edward, Esquire, of Pabo Hall, 
near Conway, a brock ppr. 33. 10 

Brooke, Shropsh., on a mount vert, a 
badger passant ppr. 33. 12 

Brooke, on an Eastern coronet a brock 
ppr., ducally gorged or. Dum spiro 
spero. 

Brooke, a goat's head erased sa., armed 
and bearded or. 12S. 5 

Brooke, an Indian goat's head, bendy of 
six gu. and az., erased per fess or, eared 
and armed of the last. 

Brooke, Yorks, a sword erect arg , hilted 
or, thereon two serpents entwined and 
respecting each other ppr. round the 
hilt. Non est mortale quod opto. 

Brooke, Sir Thomas, Bart., of Armitage 
Bridge, Huddersfield, in front of a 
sword erect, point upwards, the blade 
entwined by two serpents respecting 
each other ppr., a boar's head erased 
sa. Est nee astu. 42. 13 

Brooke, Edward, Esquire, of Thorpe 
Almondbury, Yorks, in front of a 
sword erect, the blade entwined by 
two serpents respecting each other ppr., 
a boar's head erased sa. Est nee astu. 

Brooke, John Arthur, Esquire, of Fenay 
HaU, Huddersfield ; Fearn Lodge, Ard- 
gay, Ross-sh., Esquire, same crest and 
motto. 

Brooke, John Kendall, Esquire, of Sibton 
Park, near Yoxford, Suff., same crest 
and motto. 

Brooke, Ven. Joshua Ingham, Esquire, of 
the Vicarage, Halifax, same crest and 
motto. 

Brooke, Rev. Richard England. M.A., 
Cambs, Grantchester, Dene, Bourne- 
mouth, same crest and motto. 

Brooke, William, Esquire, of Northgate 
Mount, Honley, Yorks, same crest and 
motto. 

Brooke, William, Esquire, same crest and 
motto. 

Brooke, Edgar William, same crest and 
motto. 

Brooke, Edward, of Ufford Place, Suff., 
on a chapeau gu., turned up erm., a 
wing erect and displayed of the first, 
charged with a chevron arg., and 
thereon a lion rampant sa., crowned 
or. 109. 2 

Brooke, E. Arden, Esquire, 71, Ivy Road, 
Cricklewood, London, N.W., on a 
wreath of the colours, a brock passant 
ppr. Vis unita jortior. 

Brooke, Hants, a lion rampant or. i. 13 

Brooke, Hants, a demi-lion rampant 
erased or. cj. 10. 2 

Brooke, a demi-lion gu., holding between 
the paws a broad arrow or, feathered 
and headed arg. 



7S 

Brooke, on a ducal coronet a cock ppr., 
combed and wattled gu. 90. 6 

Brooke, a griffin's head erased, charged 
with a fess dancettee, and in base with 
a cross crosslet fitched gu. cj. 66. 2 

Brooke, Staffs, a stork or crane or. 

105. II 

Brooke, Shropsh., a heron or. 105. 9 

Brooke, De Capel-, Sir Arthur Richard, 
Bart., of Oakley, Northamp., a demi- 
seahorse arg., maned and firmed or. 
Spes mea in Deo. 46. 7 

Brooke, Bart., Chester, a man in armour, 
holding in his dexter hand a spear, 
and on his sinister arm a shield, all 
ppr. iSS. 4 

Brooke, Bucks, out of a coronet or, a 
plume of six ostrich-feathers or and 
sa. alternately. c/. 114. 13 

Brookes, on a mount a bear muzzled and 
chained. 54- 5 

Brookes or Brooks, three organ- pipes, two 
in saltier, one in pale or, enfiled with 
a garland of laurel vert. cf. 168.10 

Brookesby, a boar's head couped gu., 
bristled or. 43. i 

Brookesby, a boar's head erect and erased 
gu., langued az., tusked arg. 43. 3 

Brookfield, Arthur Montagu, Esquire, of 
Leasam, Rye, and of Kensington, Lon- 
don, a cubit arm erect in armour ppr., 
holding in the hand a sickle palewise, 
also ppr., and two ears of wheat in 
saltire, stalked and bladed or. Beware 
the reaping. 

Brookfield, John Storrs, B.A., M.D., J.P., 
Middx.,of Brondesbury, London, N.W., 
and Hill Place. Upminster, Essex, 
on a chapeau a brock, all ppr. 305. 9 

Brooking, an escallop or, surmounted by 
a crescent az. Crux fidei calcar. 

cf. 141. 12 

Brooking, a sword in pale, enfiled with 
a savage's head couped ppr. 191. 9 

Brookman or Brockman, Kent, on a sword 
erect arg., hilt and pommel or, a stag's 
head cabossed ppr., attired of the 
second, the blade through the head 
and embrued at the point. 

Brookman, a crane, holding in the dexter 
claw a stone. 105. 6 

Brooks, see Burd- Brooks. 

Brooks, see Close-Broolcs. 

Brooks, a badger ppr. 33. 10 

Brooks, Maurice, Esquire, J.P., of Oak- 
lawn, Bird Avenue, Milltown, Dublin, 
on a mount vert, a badger passant ppr., 
resting the dexter paw on a civic crown 
vert. Respice, aspiee, prospiee. 

Brooks, Bedford, on a miiral coronet an 
otter ppr. Vt omnis vita lahitur. 

Brooks, John Hatfield, J.P., D.L., 
Flitwick Jlanor, Ampthill, on a miu-al 
coronet an otter ppr. Ut omnis vita 
lahitur. 292. 13 

Brooks or Brookes, Scotland, a beaver 
passant. Perseverando. 134. 8 

Brooks, a bear ppr., muzzled and chained. 
34- I 

Brooks, Lanes, a demi-lion holding be- 
tween the paws an arrow ppr. Finem 
respice. 

Brooks, the late Sir WiUiam Cunliffe, Bart., 
of Barlow Hall, Manchester, a demi-lion 
arg., charged on the shoulder with a 
fountain, holding in the paws a har- 
poon in bend sinister ppr. Finem 
respice. 12. 14 



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Brooks, Lanes, a demi-lion rampant vert, 
charged on the shoulder with a foun- 
tain, and holding between the paws an 
anchor. Finem respice. 

Brooks, Francis Augustus, M.D., St. 
Felix, Felixstowe, a dexter arm in 
armour embowed, holding in the hand 
the lower part of a broken tilting 
spear. 

Brooks, a lion passant. 6. 2 

Brooksbank, Yorks, a hart's head couped 
ppr., attired or, gorged with two bars 
wavy az. 

Brooksbank, Edward Clitherow, Esquire, 
of Healhaugh Old HaU, Tadcaster, 
same crest. 

Brooksbank, Walter Lamplugh, Esquire, 
of Lamplugh HaU and Manor of 
Lamplugh, same crest. 

Brooksbank, William Lyon, Esquire, late 
of Bromley, Kent, a stag's head couped 
erm., attired or. charged with two bars 
nebuly az., and holding in the mouth 
a palm-branch slipped in bend vert. 

Brooksbank, a stag statant ppr., attired 
or, gorged with a collar dancettee vert, 
therefrom pendent aa escutcheon or, 
charged with a rose gu. 

Broom and Broome, see Brome. 

Broome, Heref., a demi-eagle or, winged 
sa., holding in the beak a sUp of broom 
vert. cj. 80. 2 

Broome, Notts, a cockatrice arg., winged 
az., beaked, legged, combed, and wat- 
tled gu. 68. 5 

Broomfield, a hand issuing from a cloud 
in fess, pointing to a serpent, head 
erect ppr. 223. 7 

Broomhead-Colton-Fox, Barnard Platts, 
Esquire, cf Wales and of Sheffield, 
both in the West Riding of the county 
of York, Solicitor of the Supreme Court 
of Judicature : (i) In the centre, on a 
wreath of the colours, a fox passant 
gu., guttee-d'or, resting the dexter 
fore-paw upon an annulet encircling 
an escallop, both or (jar Fox). (2) 
On the dexter side, on a wreath of the 
colours, upon a rock ppr., in front of 
a cross crosslet erect and fitchee sa.. 
a boar passant arg., charged on the 
body with two roses gu., barbed and 
seeded ppr. (jor Colton). (3) Upon the 
sinister side, on a wreath of the colours 
in front of a unicorn's head erased 
erm., maned, horned, and holding in 
the mouth a fleur-de-lis or, a staff 
raguly fessewise, also or (jor Broom- 
head). Per fidem et patientiam. 

Bronte, Duke of, see Bridport, Viscount. 

Broon, a branch of holly and a cross 
crosslet fitched in saltier. 166. 10 

Broster, Chester, a dexter hand ppr., 
vested barry of five arg. and gu., hold- 
ing a palm-branch vert. 

Brothers, a demi-grey hound sa., holding 
in the feet a dart gu., feathered arg. 

cj. 60. I I 

Brotherton, a hand holding a club in 
pale ppr. cj. 214. 6 

Brotherton of Stubbings House, Maiden- 
head : (I) An eagle displayed ppr. 
75. 2. (2) A bear's head erased at 
the neck arg., holding in the mouth 
an arrow or, pheoned and feathered 
of the first. 

Brouchan, see Brougham. 

Brough, a swan ppr. 99. 2 



BRO 

Brough, William Spooner, Esquire, Leek, 
a swan's head and neck erased. 
Sinceriti. 

Brough, Lines, a lion sejant, collared 
and lined or. 7. 4 

Brough, Scotland, a buffalo's head sa. 

44. I 

Brougham and Vaux, Baron (Brougham), 
Brougham Hall, Penrith, Westral., an 
arm in armour embowed, holding in 
the gauntlet a lucy arg., and charged 
on the elbow with a rose gu. Pro rege, 
lege, grege. 236. 2 

Brougham, Broughan, Bronhan, and 
Brouchan, Wale.^, out of a ducal coro- 
net gu., a dexter hand brandishing a 
sword ppr. 212. 11 

Broughton, Esses and Beds, an eagle's 
head erased sa., holding in its beak a 
snake arg., and charged on the breast 
witli two chevrons of the last. 

Broughton-ROUSe, Edward Broughton, 
M.A.. LL.M., Corpus Christi CoUege, 
Cambridge: (i) A man's head affrontee, 
couped at the shoulders, the hair and 
beard sa., bound with a fillet arg. {for 
Rouse). 190. 13. (2) Three ostrich- 
feathers arg., issuing from the wreath 
[for Broughton). La fortune passe 
■partout. — Dii facienles adjuvant. 115. 2 

Broughton, Berks, out of a ducal coro- 
net or, a boar's head sa., bristled of 
the first, gorged with a collar arg., 
charged with tliree escallops gu. 

cf. 41. 4 

Broughton, Sir Delves Louis, Bart., of 
Broughton, Staffs and Chesh., a sea- 
dog's head gu., eared and finned arg. 

Broughton, Shropsh., a talbot passant gu. 
Another, a talbot statant gu. 54. i 

Broughton, Somers., on a mount vert, a 
spaniel couchant erm. cf. 57. 11 

Broughton, Staffs, a squirrel sejant gu. 

cf- 1.15- 4 

Broughton, Shropsh., an owl arg., 
charged on the breast with thi'ee snakes 
in fret vert. cf. 96. 5 

Broughton, Baron, sec Hobhouse. 

Broughton-Adderley, Hubert John, Es- 
quire, of Barlaston HaU, Stoke-on- 
Trent, Coton Hall, Sudbury, Derbysh., 
on a chapeau gu., turned up erm., a 
stork arg. 

Broun, Sir William, Bart., of Colstoun, 
Scotland, a lion rampant, holding in 
its de.xter paw a fleur-de-lis or. Floreat 
majestas. 2. 7 

Broun, Lieutenant - Colonel, Montague 
Cecil, Cavalry Club, Piccadilly, W., 
on a ducal coronet or, a lion rampant 
ppr., holding in his dexter paw a fleur- 
de-lis or. Floreat majestas. 291. 8 

BroUn-Morison, John Broiin, Esquire, 
D.L., J.P., R.C.A. (King's Body- 
guard of Scotland), of Finderlie, 
Kinross, and Murie, Perthsh. : (i) 
On the dexter side three Moors' heads 
conjoined in one neck ppr., banded or, 
one looking upwards, the others to the 
dexter and sinister (for Morison). 
191. 5. (2) On the sinister side a lion 
rampant ppr., holding in the dexter 
fore-paw a fleur-de-lis arg. [for Brown). 
PruderUia jircestat.— Floreat majestas. 
2. 7 

Broun of Johnstounburn, co. Haddington, 
a rose slipped and barbed ppr. Armat 
et ornat. 



79 

Broun, same crest and motto. 

Broun, a dexter arm from the elbow erect, 
holding in the hand ppr. a book. 

215. 4 

Broun, a vine ppr. PrcBmium virtutis 
honor. 152. 9 

Brouncker, an arm in armour embowed, 
holding in the gauntlet a sword ppr. 

195. I 

Brouncker, Francis Henry Ernest, of 
Boveridge, Dorset, out of battlements 
sa., a dexter cubit arm vested arg., 
charged with two bendlets wavy of the 
first, holding in the hand ppr. a lozenge 
in pale, also arg., charged with a cross 
Duty. 



Bround or Brounde, 



demi-gri: 



holding a battle-axe embowed arg., 
the handle gu. cf. 64. 11 

Brounker, Ireland, the Roman fasces 
ppr. 171. 4 

Brounker, a lion's gamb erased ppr., 
holding a bezant. 39. 13 

Brounlee, a demi-peacock issuing ppr. 

103. 10 

Browell, a dexter hand holding a scimitar 
ppr. 213. 5 

Browell, the late Rev. AVilliam Robert, 
of the Rectory, Beaumont, Essex, a 
rock ppr., thereon in front of an anchor 
cabled in bend sinister sa., an eagle 
rising, also ppr. Virtute quam astutia. 

Brown of Clonboy, co. Clare, an eagle 

displayed. Virtus dahit, cura servahit. 

75. 2 

Brown, see M'Kerrell-Brown. 

Brown, Worcs., a demi-eagle displayed, 
with two heads az., charged on the 
breast with the Roman fasces erect, 
surmounting two swords in saltire and 
encircled by a chaplet or. 

Brown, Rev. Dixon Dixon, of Unthank 
Hall, Northumb., two escallops or, 
thereou resting an eagle displayed vert, 
holding in the beak a cross crosslet 
fitchee of the first. Suivez raison. 

cf. 74. 1 1 

Brown, Thomas Edwin Burton, Esquire, 
of Ryslaw, 185, Willesden Lane, 
Brondesbury, an eagle displayed. 
Spcctemur agendo. 

Brow;n and Browne, an eagle displayed 
vert. Suivez la raison. 75-8 

Brown, Warw., an eagle regardant, hold- 
ing in his dexter talon a fleur-de-lis or. 
Labor omnia vincit. cf. 76. 6 

Brown, Forsyth-: (i) An eagle rising 
regardant ppr., holding in its dexter 
talon a fleur-de-lis or {for Brown). 
(2) A demi-griffin az., issuant out of 
an antique crown or {for Forsyth). 
Labor omnia vincit. — Instaurator riiina:. 

Brown, Robert, junior, F.S.A., Priestgate 
House, Barton-on-Humber, a demi- 
eagle displayed ppr. Fortitudine et 
prudentia. 

Brown, an eagle displayed vert, crowned 
with a mural coronet or, and charged 
on the breast with a garland of 
laurel of the last. Suivez moi. 

cf. 74. 14 

Brown, an eagle's head erased ppr. Vi 
et virtute. 83. 2 

Brown, Herts, a griffin's head erased sa., 

beaked and eared or, charged on the 

neck with a bar-gemelle arg. and a 

trefoil slipped erm. Si sit prudentia. 

cf. 66. 4 



BRO 

Brown, of Compton, Ashbourne. Derbysh., 
and Southport, Lanes, in front of a 
gryphon's head erased per pale sa. and 
arg., gorged with a collar flory counter- 
flory counterchanged, five bezants 
fessewise. Si sit prudentia. 302. 6 

Brown and Browne, a griifin's head erased 
or. 66. 2 

Brown, Scotland, a cock ppr. Docendo 
disco. 91. 2 

Brown and Browne, Durh., a stork's head 
couped at the neck, nowed ppr., be- 
tween two wings arg. 

Brown of London, a hawk ppr., belled or, 
standing on a bird's leg erased a la 
quise and conjoined to a wing all gu. 
Nil sine causa. 

Brown, on a lure a falcon rising ppr. 

cf. Sy. I 

Brown, Norf., on a mount vert, an ostrich 
arg., winged, beaked, legged, and col- 
lared or. cf. 97. 2 

Brown, a lion passant. 6. 2 

Brown, Berks, a lion rampant. Spero. 

I- 13 

Brown, Scotland, a lion rampant ppr. 
Famce studiosus honesta:. i. 13 

Brown, Scotland, a lion rampant. Spero. 
I- 13 

Brown, Scotland, a lion rampant charged 
with a cinquefoil between two fleurs- 
de-lis. .Si sit prudentia. 

Brown, a lion rampant, holding in the 
dexter paw a fleur-de-lis or. Floreat 
majestas. 2. 7 

Brown, Adam, Esquire, of Hamilton, 
Ontario, a lion rampant charged with 
a fleur-de-lis or. Floreat majestas. 

cf. I. 13 

Brown, Scotland, a lion rampant sa., 
holding in his dexter fore-paw a fleur- 
de-lis or. Floreat majestas. 2. 7 

Brown, Scotland, a lion rampant ppr., 
holding in his dexter fore-paw a cross 
crosslet fitchee gu., and in his sinister 
a fleur-de-lis or. Vitam impendere vera. 

Brown, Scotland, a demi-lion gu., holding 
in the dexter paw a fleur-de-lis or. 
Floreat majestas. 13-2 

Brown, James Millar, Esquire, of the 
Buluwayo Club, Buluwayo, South 
Africa, a demi-lion rampant vert, hold- 
ing in his dexter paw a fleur-de-lis 
or. Floreat majestas. 

Brown, a demi-lion rampant ppr., holding 
in the dexter paw a fleur-de-lis or. 13. 2 

Brown, Andrew Cassels, M.D., Daero 
Hill, Rock Ferry, Cheshire, same 
crest. Floreat majestas. 

Brown, same crest. Gaudeo. 

Brown, same crest. Tandem, licet scro. 

Brown, a demi-lion rampant, holding in 
the dexter paw a trefoil vert. cf. 13. 13 

Brown, Yorks, a demi-lion rampant 
erased or, between two elephants' 
trunks ppr. Persevera Deoqiie confido. 

Brown, William James, Esquire, of 
Burghwallis Hall, Doncaster, Mibigill 
Lodge, CO. Sutherland, same crest and 
motto. 

Brown, Candler-, Ireland, a demi-lion 
rampant gu., holding between the paws 
a fleur-de-lis erminois, and charged on 
the shoulder with a cross crosslet arg. 
Gaudeo. cf. 13. 5 

Brown, Bart., Westminster and Scotland, 
a demi-lion gu., holding in the dexter 
paw a fleur-de-lis or. 1 3. 2 



BRO 

Brown, Sir John, of Endcliffe Hall, I 
Sheffield, a lion sejant ppr., charged 
with two barrulets sa., and supporting | 
■with the dexter paw an escutcheon j 
arg., thereon a bee volant, also ppr. 
Ntc sorte, iiec fato. 8. i 

Brown, John, Esquire, of Caxton Road, 
BroomhUl, Sheffield, same crest and 
motto. 

Brown, Sir William Richmond, Bart., of 
Astrop, Northamp., a bear's paw erect 
and erased arg., issuant out of a wreath 
of oak vert, and holding a sinister hand 
ppr. Est Concordia jratrum. 37. 9 

Brown, Sir Alexander Hargreaves, of 
Broome Hall, Holmwood, Surrey, and 
12, Grosvenor Gardens, London, S.W., 
same crest and motto. 254. 7 

Brown, a lion's ganib erect and erased 
gu., holding a wing arg. 

Brown-Gilpin of Sedbury Park, Yorks : 
(I) A lion's garab erased arg., armed 
and charged with a bar gemelle gu., the 
paw holding two eagle's wings con- 
joined sa. (lor Brown). 37. 11. (2) 
An arm erabowed in armour, the hand 
grasping a branch of laurel, all ppr. 
\jor Gilpin). cl.1gg.12 

Brown of Woodplumpton, Lanes, a lion's 
gamb erased or, fretty, and holding a 
mullet of six points sa. 

Brown or Broun, Scotland, a vine-tree 
ppr. Prcemiiim virtiUis honor. 

152.9 

Brown, Scotland, a rose gu., stalked and 
leaved ppr. Armat et ornat. 149. 5 

Brown, Germany and Scotland, a dolphin 

naiant ppr. Virtus dedit^ cura servabit. 

140. 5 

Brown, Walter, Esquire, of Currie, Gore- 
bridge, Midlothian, and 21, Ann Street, 
Edinburgh, N.B., a ship under sail 
ppr. Caute et sedulo. 270. 3 

Brown, a ship under sail ppr. CaiUe et 
sedulus. 

Brown, Scotland, a ship in full sail in the 
sea, all ppr. Dens adesto. 160. 13 

Brown, Horatio Robert Forbes, Esquire, 
a ship in the sea firing the signal for 
sailing, all ppr. Deus adesto. 

Brown, on a mn[int a hare current ppr. 

136. 3 

Brown, Sir William Roger, of Highfield, 
Hilperton, Wilts, in front of a cubit 
arm erect, vested az., cuffed arg., the 
hand ppr. holding a balance suspended 
gold, a mount vert, thereon a garb 
fessewise or. Fortuna et Lahore. 

Brown, a hare courant ppr. c/. 136. 3 

Brown-Borthwick, London, a hand ppr., 
holding a fleur-de-lis or. Delectat et 
ornat. <•/• 215- 5 

Brown, Scotland, a hand holding an open 
book ppr. Deus evehit pios. 215. 10 

Brown, a dexter hand holding a sword, 
all ppr. La vertu est la seide noblesse. 
212. 13 

Brown, Alfred, Esquire, of Durban, 
Natal, a hillock vert, in front of a 
dexter arm enibowed in armour, the 
hand grasping a dagger, the point to 
the dexter ppr., pommel and hilt or, 
pendent from the arm by a riband gu., 
an escutcheon or, charged with an 
oak-tree eradicated ppr. Honor mens 
vita mm. 

Brown, Sir Charles Gage Brown, K.C.M.G., 
M.r)., F.R.C.P., LL.D., of 88, Sloane 



80 

Street, S.W., a cubit arm erect holding 
in the hand a steering-wheel, all ppr. 
Spes ultra. 

Brown, Charles Herbert Gage, Esquire, 
of 85, Cadogan Place, S.W., same crest 
and motto. 

Brown, Scotland, a hand holding a closed 
book ppr. Delectat et ornat. 215. 4 

Brown or Browne, Scotland and Ireland, 
an arm in armour embowed, couped at 
the shoulder and resting the elbow 
on the wTcath, holding in the hand a 
sword ppr. 

Brown, Cornish-: (i) A demi-man ppr., 
wreathed round the temples or and 
gu., charged on the body with five 
escallops saltireways or, and holding 
in the dexter hand a battle-axe ppr. 
(for Brown). (2) Upon a ragged staff 
or, a Cornish chough, wings expanded 
ppr. (jor Cornish). Deus pascit cori-os. 
cj. 107. 3 

Brown Westhead-, George Marion York, 
Shelton, Stoke-on-Trent: (i) Within 
a fetterlock or, a Saracen's head 
couped ppr., wreathed round the 
temples arg. and sa. (2) A demi-eagle 
displayed with two heads az., charged 
on the breast with the fasces erect 
surmounting two swords in saltire, and 
encircled by a chaplet or. Ora el labora. 

Brown, out of a vallary coronet or, a 
buck's head sa., attired or. /. 120. 7 

Browne, Marquess of Sligo, see Sligo. 

Browne, Baron Kilmaine, see Kiiraaine. 

Browne, Earl of Kenmare, see Kenmare. 

Browne-Cave, see Cave. 

Browne, Baptist-, see Baptist. 

Browne, Bart., of Johnstown, Dublin, an 

eagle displaved vert. Suii-ez la raison. 

75- 8 

Browne, du Moulin-, Charles Anthony, 
Esquire, of Rusina, Leamington : ( i ) 
An eagle displayed vert (/or Browne). 
75. 8. (2) A leopard's face or, trans- 
fixed through the mouth with two 
tilting-spears saltirewise ppr., and sur- 
mounted by a fleur-de-lis gu. Suivez 
raison. — In te Domine speravi. 22. 8 

Browne of Liverpool. Lanes, an eagle 
displayed with two heads per pale az. 
and gu., the wings or, and each wing 
charged with a fleur-de-lis sa. cj. 74. 2 

Browne, Hon. Thomas Hillman, of Guild- 
ford Lodge, Queenstown, Cape Colony, 
an eagle displayed vert. Suivez raison. 

Browne, Lanes, an eagle displayed arg., 
charged on the wings with two bars 
sa. cf. 75. 2 

Browne, Knox-: (i) An eagle displayed 
with two heads vert, charged on each 
wing with a fleur-de-lis or (jor Browne), 
cf. 74. 2. (2) On a perch a falcon 
close ppr., charged on the breast with 
a pheon sa. (for Knox). Suivez raison. 
— Moveo et proficio. cf. 85. 13 

Browne, Thomas Browne, Esquire, of 
Newgrove, co. Clare, Ireland, an eagle 
displayed with two heeids per pale arg. 
and sa., the dexter wing charged with 
a pellet and the sinister with a plate. 
Nee timeOy nee sperno. 74. 4 

Browne, Windham, Esquire, an eagle 
displayed with two heads per pale arg. 
and sa., the dexter wing charged with 
a pellet, and the sinister with a plate. 
Nee timeo, nee sperno. 74. 4 



BRO 

Browne of Janeville, Down, an eagle 
displayed vert. Suivez la raison. 

75.8 

Browne, Dodwell Francis, Esquire, of 
Rathian, Castlebar, co. Mayo, and 
Colombo, Ceylon, same crest and 
motto. 

Browne, Captain Dominick Sidney, J.P., 
D.L., and High Sheriff, 1896, of 
Breaghwy, Castlebar, and 3, Berkeley 
House, Berkeley Square, W., an eagle 
displayed vert. Suivez raison. 

Browne.Henry George, Esquire, of Mont- 
eagle, Shanklin, Isle of Wight, same 
crest and motto. 

Browne, Rev. Henry George Cavendish, 
B.A., of the Rectory, Bredon, Tewkes- 
bury, same crest and motto. 

Browne, Sir James Frankfort Manners, 
j K.C.B., of 19, Roland Gardens, S.W., 

same crest and motto. 
I Browne, Robert John, Esquire, of C«o- 
I larne, Silchester Road, Kingstown, co. 
Dublin, same crest and motto. 

Browne of Mount Kelly, Galway, same 
crest and motto. 

Browne of Bronwylfa, co. Flint, an eagle 
displayed vert. Spectemur agendo. 

Browne, Sussex and Berks, same crest 
and motto. 

Browne of Browne's Hill, co. Carlow, an 
eagle displayed with two heads sa. 
Fortiter et fldeliter. 74. 2 

Browne, on an Eastern crown or, an 
eagle displayed wth two heads sa., 
Boc age. cf. 74. 2 

Browne, Arthur Blennerhassett, Esquire, 
of Riverstown, co. Cork, same crest 
and motto. 

Browne, Essex, an eagle displayed with 
two heads sa. 74. 2 

Browne, an eagle displayed with two 
heads per pale az. and gu., winged or. 
74- 2 

Browne, Bart., Sussex, an eagle displayed 
vert. 75. 8 

Browne, Rev. Robert Melvill Gore, of 
East Woodhay Rectory, Newbury, 
same crest. Suivez raison. 

Browne, William-, of Rathbane, Lim- 
erick, on a marquess's coronet ppr., 
an eagle displayed gu., winged and 
membered or Suivez la raison. 

cf. 75- 2 

Browne, Kent, a vulture, wings addorsed, 
displuming a mallard's wing, all ppr. 

79- 13 

Browne, Galway, two eagles' heads 
couped and conjoined sa. cf. 84. 11 

Browne, an eagle's head erased arg., hold- 
ing in the beak an arrow ppr. cf. 83. 2 

Browne, Wilts, a demi-eagle displayed 
or, surmoimted by two palm- branches 
in saltire. Suivez raison. cf.81.6 

Browne, a griffin's head erased gu. 
Probitas Veritas honos. 66. 2 

Browne of Moyne, Galway, a griffin's 
head erased arg. Fortiter et fldeliter. 

66. 3 

Browne of Greenville, Galway, same crest 
and motto. 

Browne, a griffin's head erased or, 
collared arg. cf. 66. 2 

Browne of Caughley, Shropsh., a griffin's 
head erased per pale gu. and sa., gorged 
with a collar or, charged with two tre- 
foils slipped vert. 



BRO 

Browne of Weymouth, Dorset, a griffin's 
head erased sa., beaked or. 66. 5 

Browne of Tallantire Hall, Cumb., a 
griffin's head vert between two wings. 
Traducere cBVum leniter. cf. 67. 7 

Browne of Browne Hall, Mayo, a griffin's 
head erased arg., langued gu. Fort iter 
et firfditer. 66. 2 

Browne, Heref., a demi-griffin vert, 
winged and legged or. 

Browne, a demi-giiffin vert, wings 
elevated or. 64. 5 

Browne, Notts, a cock pheasant az., 
combed and beaked gu., collared or. 

90. 10 

Browne, Beale-, Desmond John Edward, 
Salperton, Gloucester: (i) (Browne) 
A demi-eagle double-headed displayed 
sa., charged on the breast with a 
leopard's face or (for Browne). {2) A 
unicorn's head erased arg., semee of 
estoiles gu. {for Beale). Sperat in 
Deo. 

Browne, a peewit arg., in a nest or. 

Browne of Norwich, out of a ducal coronet 
a crane's claw, all ppr. cf. 113. 13 

Browne, a stork's head couped at the 
neck and nowed ppr., between two 
wings arg. 

Browne of Islington, a crane az., beaked 
and legged or, the crown of the head 
gu., holding in the beak an ear of 
wheat of the second. c/. 105. 14 

Browne, on a mural coronet gu., a crane's 
head erased erm., charged on the neck 
with an escallop az. Venim atque 
deceits. cf. 104. 10 

Browne, a stork's head holding in the 
beak an acom slipped vert, fructed or, 
between two wings expanded az.. each 
charged with an escallop of the second. 

Browne, Shropsh., nut of a mural coronet 
gu., a stork's head erm. cf. 104. 10 

Browne, Suff., a demi-stork, wings ex- 
panded ppr., the neck nowed. 

Browne, Norf., on a chapeau a crane. 
Pietate. 105. 3 

Browne, a crane's head and neck erased 
az., ducally gorged or, holding in the 
beak a bezant. 

Browne, Ireland, out of a mural crown 
gu., a stork's head and neck erm., 
beaked az. cf. 104. 10 

Browne, Dorset, on a mount vert, a hare 
current arg. 136. 3 

Browne, Derbysh., a lion rampant arg., 
ducally crowned or, supporting a tilt- 
ing-spear ppr., headed of the first. 

Browne, a demi-lion ducally gorged and 
chained or. cf. 10. 7 

Browne, a lion rampant ppr. i. 13 

Browne, Chester, a demi-lion rampant 
arg. In te Detis speravi. 10. 2 

Browne, Sir Benjamin Chapman, J.P., 
of Westacres, Newcastle-on-Tyne, a 
demi-lion rampant ppr. Ne cede malis. 

Browne, a demi-lion rampant ppr. iVe 
cede malis. 

Browne, a lion sejant sa., resting the 
dexter paw on an escutcheon arg., 
charged with a mullet of the first. 

cf. 8. : 

Browne, Bucks, a heraldic tiger az., 
maned, tufted, and armed or. cf. 25. 5 

Browne, Charles Michael Edward, Es- 
j quire, of L'Hermitage, St. Cyre, Indre 

! et Loire, France, same crest. Qui non 

ciconia tigris. 



Browne, Middx., a tiger passant ppr. 

24. 7 

Browne, a bear's paw couped and erect 
or, grasping a falchion arg. 38. 13 

Browne, out of a mural coronet or, a 
tiger's head sa. cf. 27. i 

Browne, Suff., a lion's gamb erased and 
erect gu., holding a ring arg. 

Browne, a lion's gamb erased and erect 
gu., holding a wing arg. 

Browne, Middx., a buck's head erased 
ppr., attired or. 121. 2 

Browne, Sussex, a stag ppr., attired, 
ducally gorged, and lined or. cf. 117. 5 

Browne, Leics., a boar's head erased sa., 
pierced through the neck with a broken 
spear or, headed arg. 

Browne-Lecky, Conofly William Lecky, 
Esquire, of Aughentaine Castle, co. 
Tyrone, Ireland : ( i ) A boar's head 
erased ppr., charged with a rose gu. 
{for Lecky). (2) A lion rampant or, 
resting hjs sinister fore-paw on an 
escutcheon gu., charged with a fieur- 
de-lis or {for Brown). Utere dum poles. 

Browne-Lecky, Raymond Saville, Es- 
quire, of Aughentain, co. Tjrone, Ire- 
land : (i) A boar's head erased ppr., 
charged with a rose gu. {for Lecki/). 
(2) Alien rampant or, resting his sinister 
fore-paw on an escutcheon gu., charged 
with a fleur-de-lis or {for Brown). 
Utere dum potes. 

Browne, a bull salient ppr., collared and 
lined or. 

Browne, John Michael, Hall Court, Heref., 
a bull salient ppr., collared and chained 
or. 64. 5 

Browne, a sword erect arg., embrued at 
the point gu. cf. 170. 2 

Browne, on a mount vert, three anchor- 
stocks sa., two in saltire and one in 
pale, enfiled by a crown arg. 

Browne, Herts, a dragon's head arg., 
guttee-de-poix, between two wings ex- 
panded sa., guttee-d'eau. 72. 7 

Browne, Devoush. and Heref., a demi- 
man sa., wreathed about the middle 
and temples, holding in his dexter hand 
a hammer or. cf. 1S6. 11 

Browne of Wymondham, Norf. : ( I ) An 
escallop arg., charged with a cross 
moline gu., between four torteaux. 
cf. 141. 14. (2) A demi-talbot ram- 
pant arg., pellettee, holding a spear 
erect or. 

Browne, Norf., an arm erect vested bendy 
or and az., holding in the hand ppr. a 
fetterlock gu. 

Browne of London, a bee-hive with bees 
volant ppr. Virtus et industrin. 137. 7 

Browne of London, a cubit arm vested 
gu., cuffed arg., holding in the hand 
ppr. a sword erect, also ppr., hilted or, 
enfiled with a leopard's head of the 
second. Virtus ciini servabit. 

Browne, an arm couped and erect vested 
az., cuffed erm., holding in the hand 
ppr. a caltrap or. cf. 206. 14 

Browne, Limerick, an armed arm holding 
a sword ppr. Fidem servabo genusque. 

Browne, Shropsh., a man's leg couped at 

the knee booted and spurred ppr. 
Browne of Writtle, Essex, a breastplate 

or, leathered sa., buckled of the first. 

issuant above a plume of feathers arg. 

and gu. 



BRO 

Browne, Wexford, Ireland, a stag's head 

erased arg., attired or, guttee-de-sang. 

121. 2 

Browne-Clayton, William Clayton, of 
Brown's Hill, co. Carlow. an eagle 
displayed with two heads sa. Fortiter 
et fideliter. 

Brownell, Yorks, an escallop arg. 

141. 14 

Brownell, Derbysh., out of a ducal coronet 
a triple plume of twelve ostrich-feathers 
arg., five, four, and three. 114. 6 

BrownQeld, a lion passant arg., semee of 
pheons gu., supporting with the dexter 
paw a cross pattee fitchee or. Labo- 
rant numen adesl. 

Brownbill, Scotland, the sun rising from 
behind a mountain ppr. Badii omnia 
lustmnt. cf. 162. 7 

Browning of Comley, Glouc, on a chapeau 
gu., turned up erm., a pair of wings 
endorsed. 

Browning, out of a ducal coronet a cocka- 
trice's head. cf. 68. 13 

Browning, Ireland, a dexter arm em- 
bowed holding in the hand a battle- 
axe ppr. 201. 5 

Browning, a sinister arm from the elbow 
issuing from a cloud in the dexter, 
the hand above a serpent's head, erect 
from the middle, and looking toward 
the sinister ppr. 223. 7 

Browning, George Elliot. Eden Bank, 
Wetheral, Cumb., a sinister arm from 
the elbow issuing from a cloud in the 
sinistei , the hand above a serpent's 
head, erect from the middle, and 
looking toward the dexter ppr. In 
Deo snlus. 302. 8 

Browning, Thomas Wise, Carass Court, 
Crooni, CO. Limerick, a lion's head 
erased ppr. 

Browning, Oscar, King's College, Cambs, 
on a cap of maintenance party per 
fess az. and arg., a pair of wings ad- 
dorsed. Be just and fear not. — Pour 
le Roy et la Loy. 

Brownlee and Brownlie, Scotland, an arm 
in armour brandishing a sword. 210. 2 

Brownlee and Bronlie, a demi-peacock 
issuing ppr. 103. 10 

Brownlee and Brownlie, Scotland, an 
eagle displayed, charged on the breast 
with an annulet. cf. 75. 2 

Brownlow, Ireland, a goat's head erased 
arg. 128. 5 

Brownlow, Ireland, a goat's head erased 
arg., collared gu. cf. 128. 7 

Brownlow, Earl (Cust), Belton House, 
Grantham, Lines, a lion's head erased 
sa., gorged with a collar paly, wavy of 
six arg. and az. Esse quam videri. 

Brownlow, London and Lines, on a 
chapeau gu., turned up erm., a grey- 
hound passant or, collared of the first. 
cf. 58. 4 

Brownlow, Baron, Lurgan, on a chapeau 
az., turned up erm., a greyhound sta- 
tant gu. Esse quam videri. 58. 4 

Brownlow, General Sir Charles Henry, 
G.C.B., of Warfield HaU, Bracknell, 
Berks, upon a chapeau az., turned up 
erm., a greyhound gu., collared or. 
Esse quam videri. 

Brownrig or Brownrigg, a lion rampant 
holding in his dexter paw a fleur-de- 
lis ppr. 2. 7 

6 



BRO 

Brownrigg, Sir Douglas Egremont, Bart., 
White Waltham, Maidenhead, (i) As 
an augmentation, a demi - Kandian 
holding in the dexter hand a sword, 
and in his sinister the cro\vn of Kandy. 
(2) Out of a mural coronet or, a sword 
erect ppr., pommel and hilt of the first, 
entwined by a serpent vert. Virescit 
vulnere virtus. 

Brovrarigg, a sword erect environed by a 
snake, all ppr. 

Brownsmith, in a frame lozenge-shaped, 
five arrows points do-\vnward, one in 
pale, four in saltier. 173. 4 

Brownsword, a pegasus current ppr. 

47. I 

Broxholme, Lines, a bear statant against 
an elm-tree, aU ppr. 

Broyn, two lion's gambs sa., holding up 
an escutcheon arg. 39- i 

Bruce, see Baron Balfour of Burleigh. 

Bruce, Baron Thurlow, see Thurlow. 

Bruce, Brudenell-, Marquess ol Allesbury 
and Earl Bruce, see Ailesbury. 

Bruce, Earl ot Elgin, see Elgin. 

Bruce, Baron Aberdare, «ee Aberdare. 

Bruce, see Cumming-Bruce. 

Bruce, .see Hamilton-TyndaU-Bruce. 

Bruce of Kennet, Clackmannan, a hand 
holding a sceptre ppr. Fuimus. 

Bruce, Knight-, Lewis Bruce, Rivermead, 
Sunbury: (i) A cubit arm in armour 
in bend grasping a sceptre, all ppr. {for 
Bruce). (2) On a spur lying fesseways 
or, a hawk with wings elevated ppr. 
{for Knight). Fuimus. 

Bruce, Sir WiUiam Cuningham, Bart., of 
Vyera, Ascot, Berks, on a chapeau ppr. 
an arm from the shoulder couped and 
embowed fessewise in armour holding 
in the hand a sceptre ensigned on the 
point with an open crown, all ppr. 
Fuimus ; also. Do well and doiiht not. 

cf. 197. 4 

Bruce, Kilroot, co. Antrim, a cubit arm 
holding a scimitar ppr. Do well and 
doubt nought. 213. 5 

Bruce of Scoutbush, Ireland, a hand 
holding a scimitar ppr. Do well, doubt 
noughl. 213. 5 

Bruce, Scotland, a horse's head erased 
arg., bridled gu. Be true. cf. 51.4 

Bruce, James, Esquire, of the Manor 
House, Benburb, co. Tyrone, a horse's 
head arg., bridled gu., and charged on 
the neck with a cinquefoil of the last. 
Do well and doubt not. 

Bruce, William Robert, Esquire, of 
Bockford, Blackrock, Dublin, same 
crest and motto. 

Bruce, John, J.P., 21, Drumsheugh 
Gardens, Edinburgh, a cubit arm erect 
holding a heart ppr. 

Bruce, John, of Sumburgh, Shetland 
Islands, same crest and motto. 

Bruce, Samuel, Esquire, of Norton Hall, 
Campden, Glouc, a horse's head 
couped arg. Do well and doubt not. 

Bruce, Henry Le Geyt, K.C.B., a Uon 
statant az. Fuimus. 

Bruce, a horse's head era-sed sa., bridled 
gu. Fuimus. cf. 51. 4 

Bruce of Pittarthie, Scotland, a horse's 

head couped and furnished ppr. True. 

5- 5 

Bruce, Newton, Scotland, an eagle's head 
couped ppr. Spes niea superne. 

83. I 



82 

Bruce, Mowance, Scotland, a dexter hand 
holding a heart ppr. Omnia vincit 
amor. 216. 9 

Bruce, Scotland, a naked arm embowed 
issuing out of a cloud and holding a 
human heart ppr. Semper fiddis. 

Bruce, Scotland and England, a lion pas- 
sant az. (Another, or.) 6. 2 

Bruce, Robert, Esquire, of 6, Warwick 
Square, London, S.W., a lion passant 
az., holding in his dexter paw a trefoil 
slipped ppr. Fuimus. 

Bruce, Sir Henry Hervey, Bart., Down- 
hill, CO. Londonderry, Ireland, a lion 
passant az., holding in his dexter paw 
a trefoil slipped vert. Fuimus. 

cf. 6. 5 

Bruce of Balcaskie, Scotland, the setting 
sun ppr. Irrevocabile. 

Bruce, Scotland, a star or. Ad gumma 
virtus. 164. 3 

Bruce, Scotland, a lion rampant. Fuimus. 
I- 13 

Bruce of Wester Kinloch, Scotland, a star 
or. Ad summa virtus. 164. 3 

Bruce of Garret, Scotland, a hand holding 
a sword ppr. Venture forward. 

212. 13 

Bruce, Scotland, an arm embowed, hold- 
ing in the hand a cutlass, all ppr. Do 
well, doubt nought. 201. 2 

Bruce of Arnot, Scotland, the sun rising 
from a cloud ppr. liec me qui, cmtera 
vincit. 162. 5 

Bruce, Robert Cathcart, M.D., 10, Court- 
field Road, S.W., on a cap of dignity a 
dexter arm in armour couped at the 
shoulder and embowed fessewise hold- 
ing in the hand a sceptre ensigned 
with an open crown, aU ppr. Fuimus. 

Bruce, Hon. Sir Gainsford, of Yew- 
hurst, Bromley, Kent, in front of 
a torch erect fured ppr , a lion statant 
with tail extended or, charged on the 
body with two fleurs-de-lis fesseways 
gu. Do well and doubt not. 

Bruce, Sir George Barclay, K.B., of 
64, Boundary Road, London, N.W., 
same crest, and Be trew. 

Brucb, a demi-eagle displayed sa. 

81. 6 

Bruckshaw or Bruckshow, a sea-chart 
ppr. 159- II 

Brudenal and Brudenell, a battle-axe in 
pale surmounted by a branch of laurel 
and a branch of rue in saltier ppr. 

cf. 172. 12 

Brudenell-Bruce, «ee Ailesbury, Marquess 
of. 

Brudenell, Leics. and Northamp. : (i) 
An arm embowed covered with leaves 
vert, holding in the hand ppr. a spiked 
club or, slung to the arm with a line 
of the last. 199. i. (2) A talbot arg., 
ducally gorged gu. cf. 54. 2. (3) A 
sea-horse arg. En grace afjie. 46. 5 

Brudnell, a sea-horse arg. En grace affie. 
46. 5 

Bruen, see Bruning. 

Bruen or Bruin, a pedlar ambulant arg., 
with a crutch in his dexter hand and 
a pack on his back or. 

Bruen, Chesh., a fisherman vested per 
pale arg. and sa., counterchanged, hold- 
ing in his dexter hand a fisherman's 
staff, and in his sinister a landing-net 
thrown over the shoulder or. 

Bruer, a mermaid ppr. 184. 5 



BRU 

Bruere, out of a mural crown per pale 
arg. and or, a cubit arm erect, vested 
gu., cuffed of the first, holding in the 
hand a halbert in bend sinister ppr. 

Bruges, De, a cross Calvary gu. 166. i 

Bruges, an anchor erect sa., charged with 
a saltire or, entwined by the cable ppr. 
mne solum forti patria. cf. 102. 2 

Bruges, Ludlow-, William Penruddocke, 
of Seend, near Melksham : (i) Same 
crest as above. (2) A demi-marten 
couped sa. 3Iihi ccelmn partus. — 
Omni solum forti patria. 

Bruges, London, on an anchor sa., stock 
or, a scroll with the motto Mihi 
caelum partus. cf. 161. i 

Bruges, Glouc, Wilts, and Essex, a Sara- 
cen's head in profile, couped at the 
shoulders ppr., vested arg., semee of 
torteaux, and wreathed of the second 
and sa. 

Bruget, out of a ducal coronet or, a 
swan's head and neck between two 
wings arg. cf. 1 01. 6 

Bruin, see Bruen. 

Braining, «ee Bruning. 

BruniQeld, a pheon az. 174. 11 

Brumherd, a mermaid with a comb and 
a glass, aU ppr. 1S4. 5 

Brummel or Brummell, a dove with an 
olive-branch ppr. 92. 5 

Brumstead, a demi-griffin arg., wings 
elevated or, holding in the dexter claw 
a cross formee fitched gu. cf. 64. 2 

Brun, a stag lodged sa. "S- 7 

Brune, a goat passant arg., armed or. 

cf. 129. 5 

Brune-Prideaux, Comw. and Dorset, a 
man's head in profile couped at the 
shoulders, on the head a chapeau 
gules, turned up arg. 

Brune, Prideaux-, Charles Glynn, of Pri- 
deaux Place, Padstow, Cornw. : (i) A 
goat passant per pale indented arg. 
and sa., armed and ungu. or, pendent 
from a collar gu. a shield, thereon the 
arms of Brune, viz., azure, a cross 
moline or (for Brune). (2) As above 
(for Prideaux). Toujours pret. 

Bruneck, an eagle's head erased sa. 83. 2 

Brunei, a cockatrice displaj'ed gu. 68. 14 

Bruning, Bruen, Bruining, a demi-lion 
double queued gu., guttee-d'eau, du- 
cally crowned arg. 

Brunner, Sir John Tomlinson, Bart., 
Druids CYoss, Wavertree, Liverpool, 
in front of a wing erect gu., a fountain 
playing ppr., charged on the basin 
with a rose gu. Bibe si sapis. 234. 1 

Brunsell, Notts, a lion's gamb erased or, 
holding a rose arg., stalked and leaved 
vert. 37- 10 

Brunsfield and Brunsfields, Scotland, a 
demi-chevalier brandishing a sw'ord 
ppr. 187. I 

Brunton, a beacon in flames ppr. Fax 
mentis incendium glorice. 177. 14 

Brunton, an anchor sa. 161. i 

Brunwin, a lion's head erased or, fretty 
sa. 17- 8 

Bruse, out of a ducal coronet or, a lion's 
head gu. I7- 5 

Bruse, Norf., a Saracen's head in profile 
ppr., wreathed arg. and gu. 190. 14 

Bruse, an eagle rising regardant ppr. 

7"- 4 

Bruse, out of a ducal coronet or, a demi- 
lion az. 16. 3 



BRU 

Brusell and Brussell, a lion's head erased 
gu. 17. 2 

Bruskett, out of a ducal coronet or, a 
demi-lion az. 16. 3 

Bruton or Brutyn, Exeter, a demi-wolf 
ducally crowned holding between the 
paws a mullet ppr. cf. 31. 6 

Brutton, a cat sejant gardant ppr. 26. 8 

Brutton, a sphere ppr. 159. ] 

Bruyer and Bruyeres, a bear's paw erased 
cf. 36. 6 

Bruyin or Bruyn, Surrey and Esses, a goat 
arg., armed or. 129. 5 

Bruyn and Bruyne, on a chapeau gu., an 
ibex of the same. 

Bruzead, a cat sejant sa. cf. 26. 8 

Bryan, Loftus Anthony, Esquire, of 
Upton and Borrmount, co. Wexford, 
Ireland, on a mural crown ppr., a lion 
rampant gu., collared gemelle or, and 
charged on the shoulder with a cinque- 
foil arg. Ferro mea recupero. 

Bryan, a greyhound current regardant 
erm., collared or. cf. 58. 2 

Bryan, Kilkenny, a sword in pale ppr., 
pommel and hilt or, between two lions' 
gambs couped and erect gu. Fortis et 
fidelis. 

Bryan, Kent, on a garb in fess a bird. 

Bryan, Wexford, a Saracen's head erased 
at the neck sa. 

Bryan, Ireland, a demi-aavage ppr. 

cf. 186. 5 

Bryan, on a dexter hand couped in fess 
a hawk close ppr. cf. 86. 8 

Bryan, issuing out of clouds a naked arm 
embowed, the hand grasping a dagger, 
aU ppr. 

Bryan, on a chapeau gu., turned up erm., 
a hunting-horn sa., garnished or. 

cf. 228. n 

Bryan, De, Ireland, a dexter hand holding 
an escallop-shell or. 216. 2 

Bryant, Middx., out of a ducal coronet 

or, a demi-lion az. Fortiter ct fidditer. 

16. 3 

Bryant, a flag az., charged with a saltier 
arg. cf. 176. 13 

Bryant, John Henry, M.D., 8, Mansfield 
81 net, Portland Place, W., same crest. 

Bryant, Thomas, Surgeon, 27, Grosvenor 
iStrect, W., same crest. Sub hoc signo 
vinces. 

Bryce, a cock ppr.. holding in its beak an 
ear of corn. c/. 91. 2 

Bryce, a griffin's head erased or. 66. 2 

Bryce, Scotland, a dexter arm holding in 
the hand a cutlass ppr. Do well, doubt 
nought. 213. 5 

Bryce, Scotland, out of a cloud in the 
sinister a dexter hand holding a pair 
of scales ppr. Fiat justitia. 

Brydall, Middx., a lion's gamb erect and 
erased az., holding a broken lance arg., 
headed or. 38. 9 

Bryden, Berwicksh., a hawk's head erased 
ppr., charged with three bezants, one 
and two. Keep wntch. cf 88. 12 

Bryden, Scotland, a lion passant az. 

6. 2 

Brydges, Bart., Kent, the bust of a man, 
head ppr., hair and beard sa., vest arg., 
coUar gu., cap or, band and tassel of the 
third, the cap and vest charged each 
with a pheon, the point downwards of 
the second. 
Brydges, Jones-, Sir Harford James, 
Bart., of Boultibrook, Heref. : (i) Two 



83 

wings addorsed arg., each charged with 
a bend, engrailed sa. (for Brydges). cj. 
109. 12. (2) On a cushion gu., gar- 
nished and tasselled or, a representa- 
tion of the royal crown of Persia. (3) 
A crow sa., resting the dexter claw 
the star of the Order of the Crescent 
(for Jones). Deus pascit corvis. 

Bryan or Brian: (l) A beacon in flames 
or. 177.14. (2) An heraldic tiger cur- 
rent az., bezantee. cf. 25. 5 

Bryers, Lanes, a nag's head erm. 50. 13 

Brykes, a wolf's head erased pierced 
with an arrow ppr. cf. 30. 8 

Brykes or Byrkes, a wolf's head erased 
per pale or and az., holding in the 
mouth an arrow of the first feathered 
gu. cf. 30. 8 

Brymer, Scotland, a hand gauntleted 
holding a pheon ppr. Per tela, per 
hostes. 211. 7 

Brymer, William Ernest, Esquire, of 
Ilsington House, Dorchester, and 8, St. 
James's Street, London, a plume of six 
ostrich - feathers alternately gu. and 
arg., charged with an escutcheon of the 
last, thereon a Catherine- wheel of the 
first. Virtute. 

Brymton, Brympton, and Brumpton, out 

of a ducal coronet ppr., a lion's gamb. 

36. 12 

Brympton and Brumpton, the same 
charged with a bezant. cf. 36. 12 

Bryne, a lion's gamb holding a hawk's 
lure, all ppr. 

BrysiUy, a cock-pheasant purpure. 

cf. 90. 8 

Bryson, Brysoun, Bryssan, or Bryssone, 
Scotland, a spur-rowel ppr. 164. 8 

Bryson of Craigton, a hand holding a 
horn ppr. Ever ready. — Vivit post 
funera virtus. 217. 4 

Bryson, a ship under sail. God, with my 
right. 160. 13 

Bubb of Carlisle, Cumb., on a mount vert, 
a unicorn sejant arg., crined and armed 
or, resting the dexter foot on a shield 
per pale of the last and erm. 

Bubb, Henry, Esquire, of Ullenwood, 
near Cheltenham, same crest. Liberte 
tout entiere. 

Buccleuch and Queensbery, Duke of, 
(Montagu-Douglas-Scott, K.G.), Dal- 
keith House, Edinburgh, a stag trip- 
pant ppr., attired and ungu. or. Anw. 
117. 8 

Bucb, a man's head in profile with ass's 
ears. cf. 190. 6 

Buchan, Earl of (Erskine), Gogmagog 
Hills, Cambridge, a dexter arm couped 
below the elbow holding a club, all 
ppr. Judge nought. cf. 214. 6 

Buchan, Scotland, a demi-hon rampant 
holding between his paws a laurel- 
branch ppr. Fortior qui melior. 

Buchan, Scotland, a lion holding in his 
dexter paw a twig of olive ppr. Fortior 
quo mitior. 

Buchan, Scotland, a lion's head erased 
gu. 17. 2 

Buchan, Ireland, a wolf sejant sa. 

29- 3 

Buchan, Scotland, a sunflower ppr. Non 
inferiora secutus. 157. 12 

Buchan, William, Esquire, Peebles, same 
crest and motto. 

Buchan, Scotland, the sun shining on a 
ppr. Fortior qui melior. 



BUC 

Buchan, Fordyce- : (i) The sun shining 
on a sunflower in full bloom, all ppr. 
(for Buchan). (2) A camel's head 
couped ppr. (for Fordyce). Non inferi- 
ora secutus. 132. 7 

Buchan, Major John Inverarity, of Fin- 
haven, Stevenson Street, Studley Park, 
Kew, near Melbourne, an oak-tree 
eradicated fesseways ppr., thereon a 
lion rampant per fesse indented or and 
az., holding in the dexter fore-paw a 
branch of laurels slipped, also ppr. 
Facta non verba. 

Buchan-Hepburn, see Hepburn. 

Buchan-Sydserfl, Thomas. J.P.. of Ruch- 
law. Prestonkirk, Scotland, an eagle's 
head couped gu. Virtute promoveo. 

Buchanan, see Leith-Buchanan. 

Buchanan, see Fergusson-Buchanan. 

Buchanan, Scotland, a dexter hand hold- 
ing up a ducal cap ppr., tufted on the 
top with a rose gu., all within two 
laurel-branches in orle vert. Clarior 
hinc honos. 217. 2 

Buchanan, Scotland, the same crest. 
Audaces juvo. 

Buchanan, Sir Eric Alexander, Bart., of 
Duuburgh, Stirlingsh., an armed dexter 
hand holding a cap of dignity purpure, 
the facing erm. Nunqiiam victus. 

cf. 210. 8 

Buchanan, an armed dexter hand ppr., 
holding a ducal cap purpure, turned 
up erm. Nunquam victus. 

Buchanan, Carrick- of Drumpellier 
House, Coatbridge, Lanarksh., a hand 
holding up a ducal cap purpure, tufted 
on the top with a rose gu., within two 
branches of laurel disposed orleways 
ppr. Audaces juvo. 

Buchanan, Cross-, a cubit arm erect ppr., 
holding a sword, also ppr., hilted and 
pommelled or. 212. 9 

Buchanan, Herbert Blackwood, Esquire, 
of Throsk, Stirlingsh., a dexter hand 
grasping a scimitar ppr. Audaciter. 

Buchanan, a dexter hand holding a 
dagger in pale ppr. Sanguine in- 
scribam. 219. 9 

Buchanan, Scotland, a hand holding a 
sword ppr. God, with my right. 

2:2. 13 

Buchanan, Scotland, a hand holding a 
sabre in bend ppr. Audacia et in- 
dustria. 212. 13 

Buchanan, a dexter hand grasping a 
scimitar ppr. Audaciter. 213. 5 

Buchanan, of Ardoch, Dumbarton, two 
hands grasping a two-handed sword 
ppr. Clariora sequor. 213.3 

Buchanan, Gray-, James Ross, Esquire, 
of Scotstown, Eastfield, Cambuslang, 
N.B. : (i) Two hands grasping a two 
handed sword ppr. (for Buchanan) 
213. 3- (2) .A.n anchor in the sea ppr. 
(for Gray). Clariora sequor.— Fast. 

161. 8 

Buchanan, Scotland, a hand holding a 
lance in bend ppr. Secundo euro. 

214. II 

Buchanan, Scotland, a dagger erect ppr. 
Nobilis est ira leonis. 169. 2 

Buchanan, Thomas Alexander, Esquire, 
of Powis, near Stirling, N.B., a sword 
erect in pale ppr., hilted and pommelled 
or. Virtute gladii parvi. — Nobilis est 
ira leonis. 

6-2 



BUC 

Buchanan, William Cross, Esquire, a 
cubit arm erect ppr., holding a sword, 
also ppr., pommel and hilt or. 

Buchanan, William Frederick, Esquire, of 
Clar Innis, Sydney, N.S.W., and Kil- 
larney, Narrabii, N.S.W., in front of a 
dexter hand couped at the.jvrist ppr., 
holding an escutcheon sa., charged 
with a rose arg., barbed and seeded of 
the first, two branches of laurel slipped 
and fruoted in saltire of the last. 
Clarior hinc honos. 269. 19 

Buchanan, Scotland, a sinister arm em- 
bowed in fess, vested, holding in the 
hand a bent bow or. Par sit fortuna 
labori. 204. 11 

Buchanan, Scotland and England, two 
hands conjoined and couped in fess. 

224. 2 

Buchanan, Scotland, a lion's garab erased 
and erect ppr. Xohilis est ira honis. 
36. 4 

Buchanan, Scotland, a dove holding in 
its beak an olive-branch, all ppr. 
Nuncia pads. 92. 5 

Buchanan, Ireland, a demi-unicorn or. 

48. 7 

Buchanan, Scotland, a rose slipped gu. 
Ducitur hinc honos. 149. 5 

Buchanan, Francis C, Esquire, Clarinish 
Row, Dumbartonsh., an eagle rising 
ppr. Audax omnia perpeii. 77. 5 

Buchanan, John Young, Esquire, of 
Christ's College, Cambridge, same crest 
and motto. 

Buchannan, Scotland, a dexter hand hold- 
ing a bow in bend ppr. 214. 5 

Buchannan, George, Esquire, of Flower- 
gate Cross, Whitby, Yorks, a dexter 
hand ppr., holding a ducal cap purpure, 
turned up erm., tufted on the top with 
a rose gu., all within two branches 
disposed orleways, also ppr. Audaces 
juvo. 217. 3 

Buche, out of a ducal coronet or, a 
demi-boar sa., pierced in the neck with 
an arrow ppr. 

Buck, a demi-lion rampant ppr., ducally 
crowned or, holding in its paws a bow 



Buck, Lines, a portcullis az., 

and chained or. cf. 178. 3 

Buck of Denholme Yorks, a portcullis 
az., garnished and chained or. Nosce 
teipsiim. cf. 178. 3 

Buck, Hants, an arm in armour embowed 
ppr., garnished or, holding a scimitar 
arg., hilted of the second. 196. 10 

Buck, Norf., a buck lodged ppr 115. 7 

Buck, a buck's head couped ppr. 

121. 5 

Buck, Glouc, a buck's attire arg., fixed 
to the scalp or. 

Buck, a buck's attire fixed to the scalp 
sa. 

Buck, between a buck's attires fixed to 
the scalp, a lion rampant holding over 
the sinister shoulder a battle-axe, all 
ppr. 

Buck, Lines, a Saracen's head in profile 
ppr., wreathed or and az., on his head 
a cap of the second, the neck charged 
with two bars gemelle of the same, the 
shoulders habited of the third. 

Buckby, on a chapeau gu., turned up 
erm., a garb or, banded arg. 153.10 

Bucke, Cambs, a buck at gaze erm., in 
front of an olive-tree pprr 116. 12 



Bucke, Kent, an arm in armour embowed 
ppr., garnished or, holding in the hand 
a cutlass arg., hilt of the second. 

196. 10 

Buckeridge, Middx., a stag current ppr. 
cf. 118. 13 

Buckeridge, 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. 

Bucket, a lily and a holly-branch in 
saltier ppr. i;!. 10 

Buckfield, Bucktold, and Buckfoiild, a 
buck ppr., attired or, in a field vert, 
paled around of the first. 

Buckingham, a lion rampant gu. i. 13 

Buckingham, London, on a chapeau az., 
turned up erm., a demi-swan, wings 
expanded ppr., membered or, ducally 
gorged gu. 

Buckingham and Chandos, Duke ot, Earl 
Temple (Temple - Nugent - Brydges - 
Chandos-Grenville) : (i) A garb vert 
(for Grenville). 153. 2. (2) On a ducal 
coronet a martlet or (for Temple). 95. 
12. (3) The bust of an old man in 
profile couped below the shoulders 
ppr., habited paly of six arg. and gu., 
semee of roundels, counterchanged, 
wreathed round the temples of the 
second and az. (for Brydges). (4) A 
Saracen's head couped at the shoulders 
and affrontee ppr., «Teathed about 
the temples arg. and sa. (for Chandos). 
Templa quam dilecta. 190. 5 

Buckinghamshire, Earl of (Hobart-Hamp- 
den), Hampden House, Great Mis- 
senden, Bucks: (1) A talbot statant 
erm., collared, ringed, and lined gu., the 
end of the line tied in a knot over the 
back (for Hampden), cf. 54. 5. (2) 
A bull passant per pale sa. and gu., 
bezantee, in the nose a ring or (for 
Hoharl). Auctor pretiosa facit. — Ves- 
tigia nulla relrorsum. cf. 45. 2 

Buckland, Bucks, on a mount vert, a 
stag lodged ppr. 115. 12 

Buckland "and Buckle, Somers., on a 
chapeau gu., turned up erm., a talbot 
sejant or. 54. 14 

Buckle, Sussex, out of a ducal coronet, 
a demi-ounce arg. Nil temere tenia nil 
timide. 

Buckle, Vice- Admiral Charles Matthew, of 
3, Lowndes Street, S.W., same crest. 
Nee temere, nee timide. 

Buckle, Christopher Reginald, Esquire, 
of Norton House, Aldingbourne, Chi- 
chester, same crest and motto. 

Buckle, Cuthbert Robert, Esquire, same 
crest and motto. 

Buckle, Rev. Edward Valentine, of Ban- 
stead, Surrey, same crest and motto. 

Buckle, a lion's head erased. 17. 8 

Buckle, out of a ducal coronet or, a 
derai-leopard arg. 

Buckle or Bucke!, I,ondon, out of a 
ducal coronet or, a bull's head arg. 
44. II 

Buckler, Dorset, Hants, and Wilts, and 
Charles Alban Buckler, Esquire, Surrey 
Herald Extraordinary, a dragon's head 
couped sa., collared with two gemelles 
and guttee-d'or. Fidelis usque ad mor- 
tem. 71-3 

Buckley, Lanes, a bull's head erased arg. 



BUC 

Buckley, Wilts, out of a ducal coron 
or, a bull's head arg., armed of the 4 
first. Nee temere, nee timide 44. 1 1 

Buckley, Yorks, out of a fern-brake ppr., 
a bull's head sa. 

Buckley, Sir Edmund, Bart., of Dinas 
Mawddwy, Merionethsh., on a mount ' 
in front of a bull's head sa., two fern- 
branches ppr., over all a bendlet sinister 
wavy or. Ntc temere, nee timide. 

234. 5 

Buckley, Glouc, a bull's head erased sa., 
ducally gorged or, holding in the mouth 
a flagstaff bendwise ppr., therefrom 
pendent a white banner charged with 
a cross pattce gu. Sed soli Deo. 

Buckley, Hon. Sir Henry Burton, of 
7, Melbury Road, Kensington, W., 
upon a mount vert, a demi-stag at 
gaze gu., attired and gorged with a 
collar, a chain attached reflexed over 
the back or, supporting a garb of the 
last. To my vJmost. 

Buckley, Kent, a demi-eagle rising ppr. 

80. 2 

Buckley, Chesh., a griffin's head gu., be- 
tween two wings of the same bezantee 
65. II 

Buckley, a stag's head. 121. 5 

Buckmaster, Lines, Devonsh., and Nor- 
thamp., a demi-lion sa., holding in the 
dexter paw a fleur-de-lis or,and.charged 
on the shoulder with three annulets 
conjoined of the same. cf. 13. 2 

Buckminster, Northamp., a demi-lion 
rampant sa., supporting a battle-axe 
erect or, headed arg. cf. 15. 5 

Bucknall, a buck's head cabossed sa. 

122. 5 

Bucknall of Turin Castle, Mayo, a buck's 
head cabcssed sa., attired or. 122. 5 

Bucknel or Bucknell, a dexter hand issu- 
ing from a cloud in fess, holding a 
ball ppr. cf. 223. I 

Buckner, William Henry Pierce, of 
Coastguard, Fraserburgh, Aberdeen, 
a buck courant erminois. in front of a 
beech-tree, issuant from a mount ppr. 
Fide surgimus ad spem. 

Buckner, a fleur-de-lis gu., with an adder 
entwined, the head issuing from the 
centre leaf ppr. cf. 14S. 8 

Buckston of Bradborne, Derbysh., a 
pelican or, vulning herself gu. Fructum 
habet caritas. 98. i 

Buckton, Northumb., a goat's head erased 
per fess indented arg. and sa., armed 
or. 128. 5 

Buckton, James Douglas, Bruche Hall, 
Warrington, a stag trippant holding in 
the mouth a branch of laurel. Veritas. 

Buckton or Buketon, Yorks, a demi-shark 

issuing regardant, gorging a negro ppr. 

139. 2 

Buckton, De, a goat's head couped per 
fess arg. and sa., armed or and vert. 

cf. 128. 12 

Buckworth, Surrey, a demi-lion arg., hold- 
ing in the dexter paw a cross crosslet 
fitched gu. II. 10 

Buckworth, Richard, Esquire, of Cockley 
Cley Hall, Norf., uses a demi-lion 
holding a cross crosslet fitchee (of no 
authority). 11. 10 

Buckworth-Herne-Soame, Sir Charles, 
Bart., Dawley, Shropsh. : (i ) On a lure 
arg., garnished and lined or, a hawk 
of the last, charged on the breast with 



BUC 

a cross erosslet fitchee sa. {for Soamc). 
S5. 14. (2) In an esquire's helmet, the 
beaver raised, a man's face, all ppr. {for 
Buckworth). 191. 10 

Buckwortb, Bart., Surrey, in an esquire's 
helmet, the beaver raised, a man's face. 



all 



ppr. 



Bucton, a hand issuing from a cloud in 
fess, reaching to a garland of laurel 
ppr. 223. 3 

Budd, Ireland, an heraldic tiger passant 
gu. 25. 5 

Budd, a dragon's head couped, the neck 
transpierced with a spear. 72. 10 

Budd, a hurt charged with a star of 
seven points or. 

Buddicom, Harrv William, Esquire, of 
Penbedw, Mold, co. Flint, and Villa 
Capella, Borighera, Italy, in front of a 
beacon fired ppr., issuant from the 
flames thereof a demi-lion gu., gorged 
with a collar gemel or, holding in the 
dexter paw a sword in bend sinister of 
the first, pommel and hilt or, a cross 
pattee between two escallops of the 
last. Virtule et vigilantia. 260. 19 

Buddicom, William Squire, Esquire, of 
Ticklerton Court, Church Stretton, 
Salop, same crest and motto. 

Budds, a ram passant arg Another, or. 
131- 13 

Budge, Scotland, a dexter hand holding 
a dagger ppr. Stricta parata neci. 

212. 3 



Budgen, a lion's gamb sa., holding a spear 
cf. 38 



tasselled 



on s gamo 
in bend 



Budgett, James Smith, Esquire, of Stoke 
Park, Guildford, Surrey, in front of 
two palmer's staves in saltire or, a 
water bouget az. Hoc etiani prcete- 
rebit. 168. 6 

Budorshide and Budoxhead, Cornw., a 
stag's head erased arg. 121. 2 

Budworth, a sinister arm couped ppr., 
vested az., holding towards the sinister 
a bent bow of the first. 204. 1 1 

Budworth, Essex, a wolf's head erased 
ppr. Beowulf. 30. 8 

Bugge, a bat affrontee, the wings ex- 
panded or. 137. II 

Bugge, Essex, out of a ducal coronet or, 
a Moor's head in profile sa., wreathed 
of the first and az. cf. 192. 6 

Buggen, Buggin, and Buggens, a Doric 

column arg., entwined with laurel vert. 

176. 4 

Buggen, Buggin, and Buggine, Kent and 
London, a cockatrice, displayed arg., 
crested and membered or. 68. 14 

Buggine, an heraldic antelope sejant arg., 
armed, tufted, and ungu. sa. 

cf. 126. 4 

Buist of Perth, a swan naiant, the wings 
addorsed, and devouring a perch, aU 
ppr. Assiduitate. cf. 99. 13 

Bukaleel, out of a ducal coronet or, a 
bull's head arg., armed of the first. 

44. 11 

Buketon, Yorks, a demi-shark issuing, 
swallowing a negro ppr. 139. 2 

Bukill, a talbot's head arg. 56. 12 

Bulbec and Bulbeck, Essex, a lion's head 
regardant ppr. cf. 17. 6 

Bulbec and Bulbeck, a hand holding a 
sealed letter ppr. 

Bulbeck, Kingston, a bull passant vert, 
ungu., maned, and armed or. 45. 2 



85 

Bulcock, London and Devonsh., a lion's 
head gu., within a chain in orle issu- 
ing or. 19. 5 

Bulfln, Patrick, Esquire, J. P., of Word- 
town House, Rathfarnham, co. Dublin, 
a demi-lion rampant or, holding in the 
dexter paw a civic crown vert, and 
charged on the shoulder with a trefoil 
slipped, also vert. Vincit Veritas 

Bulimore, a demi-lion rampant sa. 10. i 

Bulkeley, Ireland, Bucks, and Chesh., 
out of a ducal coronet or, a bull's 
head arg., armed of the first. Nee 
temere, nee timule. 44. 1 1 

Bulkeley, a bull's head and neek erased 
per pale arg. and sa. 44. 3 

Bulkeley, a bull's head and neck couped 
per pale arg. and sa., armed or and of 
the first. cf. 44 3 

Bulkeley or Bulkely, Ireland, a bull's 
head couped at the neck sa. 

cf. 44. 3 

Bulkeley-Owen, Rev. Thomas Mam waring 
Bulkeley, Justice of the Peace for the 
county of Shropsh. : (i) Two eagles' 
heads conjoined and erased party per 
fesse or and gu., membered of the last 
(for Owen). 84. 14- (2) Out of a ducal 
coronet or, a bull's head arg., armed 
of the first (for Bulkeley). Eryr eryrod 
eryri — Nee temere, nee timide. 

44. II 

Bulkeley, Williams-, Sir Richard Henry, 
Bart., Baron Hill, Beaumaris, Wales : 
(i{ Out of a ducal coronet or, a bull's 
head arg., armed of the first, and 
charged ' with a cheveron sa. (for 
Bulkeley). c/. 44. 11. (2) A stag's head 
caboshed arg. (for Williams). Nee 
temere, nee timide. 122. 5 

Bull of London, on a wreath a cloud 
ppr., thereon a celestial sphere az., 
replenished with the circles or, and 
beautified with the zodiac, inscribed 
with the signs Aries, Taurus, Gemini, 
Cancer. Sol, mi, re fa. 

Bull of London, a lion's head erased sa., 
ducally crowned or. 18. 8 

Bull, Ireland, a rose gu. 149. 2 

Bull, a bull's head and neck erased sa. 

44- 3 

Bull, Ireland, a bull's head afirontee 
couped gu., murally crowned or. 

cf. 44. 8 

Bull, London, Yorks, and Norf., a bull's 
head erased sa., charged with six an- 
nulets or, one, two, and three. 

cf- 44- 3 

Bull, Oxon., a bull's head cabossed gu., 
armed or, between two wings of the 
last. cf. 43. 8 

Bull, a bull's head cabossed between 
two wings or. cf. 43. 8 

Bull, William James, M.P., Vencourt, 
Hammersmith, a bull's head caboshed 
and winged sa., armed or. Excelsior 
Dei gratia. 

Bull, Warw., a bull passant sa., armed or, 
holding in the mouth a scroU. cf. 45. 2 

Bullen, Lines, a bull's head couped sa., 
armed or. cf. 44. 3 

Bullen, see Symes-BuUen. 

BuUen, Tatchell-, John BuUen Tatchell, 
of Marchwood. near Bridport : (i) 
Out of a naval coronet or, the sails 
arg., a bull's head of the first, charged 
on the neck with an anchor sa., between 
two wings az. (for Bullen). (2) On a 



BUL 

mount vert, in front of an oak-tree 
fructed ppr.. a bow and arrow in 
saltire or, surmounted by a lion's face 
gu. (for Tatchell). A rege et victoria. 

cf. 43- 10 

Bullen, John Bullen Symes, Esquire, of 

Catherston, Charmouth, Dorset, out of 

a naval crown gold, the sails arg., a 

bull's head or, charged on the neck 



ith an anchor sa., between tv 



wings 



az. A rege et victoria. 

BuIIer, Cornw. : (i) An eagle on a rock 

supporting a banner. (2) A Saracen's 

head ppr. Aquila non capiat muscas. 

190. 5 

Buller, see Churston, Baron. 

Buller, Cornw. and Somers., a Moor's 
head affrontee couped ppr., wi-eathed 
about the temples arg. and az. Aqtiila 
non capiat muscas. 

Buller, John Follett, of 20, Carlton 
Crescent, Southampton, same crest 
and motto. 

Buller, Manningham-, Sir Morton Ed- 
ward, Bart. : Dilliorn HaU, Cheadle, 
Stafiordsh. : (i) A Saracen's head 
affrontee couped ppr. (for Bxdler). cf. 
190. 5. (2) Out of a ducal coronet gu., 
a talbot's head or, collared, also gu., 
therefrom a line terminating in a knot 
sa. (for Manninghavi). 

Buller, Admiral the late Sir Alexander, of 
Erie Hall, Plympton, South Devon, and 
Belmore House, West Cowes, Isle of 
Wight, a Saracen's head affrontee 
couped at the shoulders ppr. Aquila 
non capit muscas. 

Buller, Charles Franoia, Esquire, same 
crest and motto. 

Buller, John Dashwood, Esquire, of 
Down HaU, Epsom, same crest and 
motto. 

Buller, General Rt. Hon. Sir Redvers 
Henry, of Downes, Creditou, same 
crest and motto. 

Buller, Sir Walter La wry, K.C.M.G., 
RR.S., of Papaitonga Estate, Wei 
lington. New Zealand, same crest. 

Eulley, a heart inflamed ppr. 181. 13 

Bullingham, Lines, an escallop arg., be- 
tween two palm - branches vert. 

141-4 

Bullivant, a demi-lion or, charged on the 
breast with a fleur-de-lis vert, and 
holding between the paws a tower 

Bullivant, Cecil H., 15, Ravenstone Road, 
Stratford, E., a demi-lion rampant or, 
charged on the breast with a fleur-de- 
lis, holding in the paws a toner ppr 
Gratia Dei sufficit. 

Bullman, out of a ducal coronet a bull's 
head ppr. Pro putria. 44. 1 1 

Bullman, Rev. Job George, of Oakwood, 
West Enfield, Middx., on a mount vert, 
a bull passant arg., the dexter fore- 
foot resting on a ball az. Paticnter. 

299. 7 

Bulman, out of a ducal coronet a bull's 
head ppr. Pro palria. 44. 1 1 

Bulman, Northumb., on a mount vert, a 
bull passant arg., resting the dexter 
foot on a hurt. cf. 45. 7 

Bulmar, a demi-lion rampant holding an 
escallop-shell. 13. 10 

Bulmer, a demi-buU rampant gu., armed 
or, charged with an escallop between 
two billets in pale or. cf. 45. 12 



BUL 



BuUmer, Essex and Yorks, a 
bull passant gu., armed and ungu. or. 
<•/. 45- 2 

Bulmer, a demi-buU rampant gu., armed 
or. 45- '2 

Bullo and Bulow, an arm embowed, the 
hand clenched ppr. 202. 2 

Bullock, London, on a mount vert, a bee- 
hive or, thereon a bee displayed ppr. 
<■/• 137- 7 

Bullock, seven arrows, six in saltier and 
one in pale gu., feathered and headed 
arg., enfiled with a mural coronet of 
the last. c/. 173. 7 

Bullock, Edward, Esquire, Barrister-at- 
law. Recorder of Buckingham, 5, Pump 
Court, Inner Temple, and 4, Porchester 
Square, London, five Lochaber axes, 
the handles or, blades ppr., bound with 
a scarf gu., tassels or. Nil conscire sibi. 
172. 13 

Bullock, Walter Henry. Esquire, of 
Faulkbourn Hall. ^Vitham, Essex, 
same crest and motto. 

Bullock, Essex, five battle-axes, the 
staves or, heads sa., tied together with 
a line and bow-knot gu. c/, 172. 13 

Bullock, five pole-axes ppr., encircled by 
a ribbon az. cf. 172. 13 

BuUock, Watson-, Essex: (i) Five an- 
tique halberds, the blades ppr., the 
handles or, encircled with a ribbon of 
the last, the cord tied in a knot gu. 
(for Bullock). Nil conscire sibi. cf. 
172. 13. (2) A dexter arm in armour 
embowed, holding in the gauntlet a 
palm-branch ppr. {for Watson). Esper- 
ance en Dieu. cf. 199. 12 

Bullock, Somers., on a mount vert, five 
black-bills erect, banded with a wreath 
of olive ppr., therefrom pendent an 
escutcheon az., charged with a cross 
crosslet or. 

Bulstree and Boulstree, out of a mural 
coronet a stag's head. cf. 121. 6 

Bulstrode, Beds and Bucks, a bull's head 
and neck gu., armed arg., between two 
wings of the first. 43. 10 

Bulstrode, Christopher Victor. M. A., M.B.. 
105, Broadhurst Gardens, Hampstead, 
a bull's head and neck between two 
wings expanded gu., attired or. 
Thinke and thanke. 

Bult, an arm in armour couped and em- 
bowed, resting the elbow on the 
wreath, a sash tied at the shoulder 
gu., holding a club. 199. 3 

Bidteel of Flete, Devonsh., out of a ducal 
coronet gu., a pair of wings arg., bil- 
lettee of the first. c/. 109. 8 

Bulteel, John George, of Pamflete, Ive- 
bridge, Devonsh., same crest. 

Bulteel and Bultell, Somers., a bull's head 
gu., between two wings or, 43. 10 

Bulwer, Norf., a horned wolf's head 
erased erm., criued and armed or. 
Adversis major par secundis. 

Bulwer, General Sir Edward Earle Gas- 
coigne, of the Grange, Heydon, 
Norwich, same crest and motto. 

Bulwer, Sir Henry Ernest Gascoyne, 
K.C.M.G., same crest and motto. 

Bulwer, Colonel William Earle Gascovne 
Lytton, C.B., J.P., of Heydon Hall, 
Norwich, and Quebec House, East 
Dereham, Norf., same crest and 
motto. 



86 

Bulwer-Lytton, the Rt. Hon. Sir Victor 
Alexander George Robert, Earl ot 
Lytton and Viscount Knebworth, of 

Knebworth, Herts: (i) A bittern in 
flags ppr., charged with a rose gu., 
barbed and seeded ppr. (/or Lytton). 
cf. 104. 3. (2) An heraldic tiger's head 
erased erm., armed and crined or {for 
Bulwer). cf. 25. 4. (3) A dove regar- 
dant arg., holding in the beak an olive- 
branch ppr., fructed or {for Wiggett). 
Hoc virtutis opus. 92. 4 

Bulwer, Lieutenant-Colonel James Bed- 
foord, of Temple Gardens, London, 
E.C., M.A., Q.C., Recorder of Cam- 
bridge, sometime Treasurer of the 
Honourable Society of the Inner 
Temple, in front of a goat's head erased 
erm., armed or, a portcullis with chains 
sa. Spes sibi quisque. cf. 128. 5 

Bulworth, out of a ducal coronet or, a 
stag's head between two branches of 
palm ppr. cf. 120. 7 

Bulworth, a stag's head erased ppr. 

121. 2 

Bumstead and Bumsted, out of a cloud a 
hand erect pointing to a star, all ppr. 

Bunbury, Sir Henry Charles John, Bart., 
of Stanney Hall, Chesh., two swords in 
saltier through the mouth of a leopard's 
face or, the blades ppr., hilts and pom- 
mels of the first. Firmum in vita nihil. 
— Esse quam videri. 22. 7 

Bunbury, M'Clintock- : (i) Two swords 
in saltire arg., hilted or, pierced 
through the mouth of a leopard's face 
of the last {for Bunbury). 22. 7. (2) 
A lion passant ppr. {for M'Clintock). 
Vis unila fortior. 6. 2 

Bunbury-Tighe, Edward Kenwick, Es- 
quire, of VVoodstock. Inistioge, co. 
Kilkenny: (i) A wolf's head erased 
ppr., gorged with a collar az., thereon 
a cross crosslet or, between two bezants 
(for Tighe). (2) Two swords in saltire 
arg.. hilted or, pierced through the 
mouth of a leopard's face of the last 
(for Bunbury). 22. 7. Firmum in 
vita nihil. — Surnnmm nee metuam diem 
nee optem. 30. 4 

Bunbury, Ireland, a hand in fess issuing 
from a cloud and reaching to a gar- 
land of laurel, all ppr. 223. 3 

Bunbury, Richardson-, the Rev. Sir John, 
Bart., of Castle Hill, co. Tyrone, Ire- 
land : ( I ) In front of a tree ppr , on a 
mount vert, a leopard's head, paly of 
six arg. and sa., transfixed by two 
arrows in saltier, also ppr. (for Bun- 
bury). 236. II. (2) A lion rampant 
erm., holding in the mouth a trefoil 
slipped vert, and between the fore-paws 
a torteaux, charged with a cross cross- 
let or (for Richardson). Virtus paret 
robor. 236. 10 

Bunce, Kent, a demi-boar az., pierced 
through the neck with a broken spear 
gu., headed arg. Sic vivere, vivetis. 

cf. 41. 2 

Bunch, Scotland, a stork ppr. 105. n 

Buncombe, Somers., a demi-lion gu., 
charged on the shoulder with a water- 
bouget arg., supporting a spear, thereon 
a banner of the first, fringed of the 
second, and charged with a cross flory 



BUR 

Bund, Worcs.. an eagle's head erased or. 
66. 2 

Bund, WiUis-, John William, of Wick 
Episcope, Worcester: (i) An eagle's 
head erased ppr. (for Bund). 66. 2. 
(2) Two lion's gambs erased, the dexter 
argent, the sinister gules, supporting 
an escutcheon or (for Willis). Non 
nobis Domine. 39. i 

Bund, Willis-, two lion's gambs erased 
or, supporting a griffin's head ereised. 
Optivo Horeo nomine. 250. 5 

Bundy, Worcs., a hand holding an eagle's 

leg erased, all ppr. Certum pete finem. 

220. 12 

Buntord, out of a ducal coronet a demi- 
lion gu. 16. 3 
! with wines endorsed 



Bungey, an 

arg., standing on a laurel-branch vert, 
fructed or. 

Bunn, an ostrich-head arg., collared gu., 
between two palm-branches vert. 

cf. 96. 10 

Bunnell, on a ducal coronet a Cornish 
chough rising ppr. loS. 6 

Bunney and Bunny, Yorks and Durh., a 
goat's head erased sa., attired or, 
charged on the sinister horn with two 
annulets conjoine,! cf the last. Monte 
dessus cf. 128. 5 

Bunny of Ryton, Durh., a goat's head 
erased sa., charged with a mullet. 
Monte dessus. cf. 128. 5 

Bunten, Scotland, a hand grasping a 
sword ppr. Fortiter et fide. 

212. 13 

Bunten and Bunting, Scotland, a buntin- 
bird on a garb, all ppr. Copiose et 
opportune. cf. 153. 2 

Bunten, James Clark, Esquire, of 
Dun-Alastair, Perthsh.. a demi-eagle 
displayed ppr. Copiose et oppor- 
tune. 

Bunting, a hand issuing from a cloud' 

holding two branches of laurel in orle. 

218. 9 

Bunting, an armillary sphere ppr. 

159. 10 

Bunton, on a ducal coronet a talbot pas- 
sant collared and lined. 54. 9 

Bunyard, Kent, a buck springing. Reno- 
vnto nomine. 117. 2 

Burard, on a ducal coronet or, an etoile 
of eight points ppr. 164. 4 

Burbage, a boar's head erased arg., be- 
tween two branches vert. 42. i 

Burbidge, between the attires of a stag 
attached to the scalp or, a boar's 
erect and erased sa. 43. 2 

Burbridge, out of a ducal coronet az., 
two arms embowed, vested gu., gloved 
or, holding in each hand an ostrich- 
feather arg. 203. 2 

Burbyche, Middx. and Heref., a boar's 
head and neck erased arg., bristled or, 
between two oak-branches vert, fructed 
of the second. cf. 41. 5 

Burcetre, a comet ppr. 164. 10 

Burcb, an eagle with wings expanded t;u. 
77- 5 

Burch, Nathaniel Geach, Esquire, of 
Edenwood, Sydenham Hill, London, 
S.E., upon a canoe ppr., an eagle dis- 
played sa., charged on the breast and 
upon each wing with a birch-leaf 
slipped or, holding in the beak a like 
leaf. Strune fortis. 



BUR 

Burchall, Heref., a lion rampant az., sup- 



coronet two hands, dexter and sinister, 
ill saltier, each grasping a scimitar, 
the edges outward, all ppr. 

Burchar, London and Essex, a grey- 
hound sejant arg., ducally gorged or. 

(■/■ 59- 4 

Burchardt-Ashton, Frederic, Esquire, and 
Arthur Burchardt - Ashton, Esquire, 
both of Pole Bank, Gee Cross, Wer- 
neth, Chesb. : (i ) I" fro"t of a boar's 
head erased gu., between two mullets 
of six points sa., pierced arg., a javelin 
erect ppr. (for Ashton). (2) Upon a 
mount vert, a castle with two towers 
sa., issuant therefrom a demi-womau 
affrontee ppr., habited az., holding in 
the dexter hand a heart gu., and sup- 
porting with the sinister hand a javelin 
ppr. (jor Burchardt). 

Burche, an eagle with wings expanded 

Burchett, a winged spur ppr. in. 12 

Burckhead and Burkett, a goat rampant 
arg.. armed or, and between the feet a 
garb of the first. 

Burd and Byrde, London, an eagle's head 
erased, bendy of eight arg. and sa., 
ducally gorged or. 83.11 

Burd -Brooks, of Heathfield House, 
Beckenham, Kent, a demi-lion arg., 
charged on the shoulder with a fountain 
ppr., and holding in the paws a 
harpoon in bend sinister, also ppr. 
Finem re-spice. 12. 14 

Burdekin, Sidney, Esquire, of Sydney, 
New South Wales, a seahorse erect 
ppr. resting the sinister paw on an 
anchor erect sa., the whole between 
two coral branches gu. Virtus su7nma 
nobilitas. 

Burden, a heart transfixed by a sword in 
bend sinister. 181. 6 

Burdenbroke, an otter's head erased 
close sa. 134- 3 

Burder, a mount vert, thereon in front 
of an oak-tree a stag lodged regardant 
ppr., attired and ungu. or, suspended 
from the neck by a line a bugle of the 
last. Labor omnia vincit. 

Burdett, Sir Charles Grant, Bart., of 
Burthwalte, Yorks, on a tower arg., a 
martlet with wings displayed or. 

156. 9 

Burdett, Arthur Hugo de Burdet, Esquire, 
of Coolfin, Banagher, King's Co., same 
crest. 

Burdett, Sir Francis, Bart., of Foremark, 
Derbysh., a lion's head erased sa., 
langued gu. 17. 8 

Burdett, a lion's head couped sa. 21. i 

Burdett-Coutts, see Coutts. 

Burdett, Bart., Ireland, a lion's head 
erased Si.. 17.8 

Burdett, Warw. and Yorks, a thistle ppr. 
150. 7 

Burdon, Durh., a lion rampant standing 
on the sinister hind-foot, supporting 
himself by a pilgrim's staff or. 

Burdon, Roland Esquire, of Castle 
Eden, Durham, same crest. 

Burdon, a gilliflower or. 151. 8 

Burdon of Newcastle-on-Tyne : (t) An 
eagle rising regardant or, each wing 
charged with a cross crosslet az., hold- 



87 

ing in the dexter claw a trumpet of 
the first (for Burdon). (2) Upon three 
annulets interlaced gu., a stork arg., 
beaked, legged, and collared gu., hold- 
ing in the beak a salmon ppr. (for De 
Butts). Honor virtutis. 104. 4 

Burdon, Augustus Edward, Esquire, of 
Hartford House, Cramlington, Nor- 
thumb., same crests and motto. 

Burdon-Sanderson, Richard, Esquire, of 
Waren House, Belford, Northumb., 
and Otterburn Dene, Otterburn 
B.S.O., Northumb., a wolf's head arg., 
erased gu., coUared, and chain reflexed 
behind the neck or, between a branch 
of palm and another of laurel, and for 
distinction, on the neck a saltire 
humettee gu. Clarior ex obscuro. 

287. 15 

Burdus or Burduss, Middx., an elephant 
erm. on a mount vert and under a tree 
ppr. c/. 133. 12 

Bure, an eagle ppr. 76. 2 

Burfoot, London, on a wreath an Eastern 
crown, thereon a pine-apple leaved 
and crowned with leaves growing from 
the top, all or. cf. 152. 8 

Burtord, Earl, see St. Albans, Duke of. 

Burg, a falcon standing on a serpent 
nowed ppr. 86. 3 

Burgaee, Burgass, Burgas, and Burgase, 
two pigeons billing ppr. 93. 2 

Burge, a branch of olive ppr. 151. 11 

Burges, Lines, on a mural coronet chequy 
or and sa., a round buckle of the first, 
the tongue erect in pale. cf. 178. 5 

Burges, Essex and Ireland : ( i ) A dove 



sing arg. 



beaked and membered 



holding in its beak a palm-branch ppr. 
{for Burges). cf. 94. 5. (2) A demi- 
lion rampant gu., langued az., holding 
in the dexter paw an annulet enclosing 
a fleur-de-lis arg. [for L'oyd). Tace 
out face. cf. i. 13 

Burges, Colonel Ynyr Henry, of Parka- 
naur, Dungannon, co. Tyrone, same 
crests and motto 

Burges, Ireland, a camel's head couped 
gu., bezantee. cf. 132. 7 

Burges, W. E. P., Major, the Ridge, 
Chipping-Sodbury, a camel's head gu., 
bezantee. Levius fit patientia. 

Burgess, Sussex and Berks, a camel's head 
ppr., erased gu., bezantee. Levius fit 
patientia. cf. 132. 7 

Burgess, a lion rampant. i. 13 

Burgess, a griffin's head erased. 



Burgess, a greyhound's head ppr.. 



66. 2 



61. 12 

Burgess, a fleur-de-lis or. Le bon temps 
viendrn. 148. 2 

Burgh, Baron Downes, see Downes. 

Burgh, De, see Clanricarde, Marquess of. 

Burgh, an arm in armour couped and 
embowed fesswise, the elbow on the 
wreath, the hand apaumee ppr., rib- 
boned and bowed. cf. 200. i 

Burgh, Shropsh., an eagle statant, the 
wings expanded. y7. 5 

Burgh, a falcon rising erm., belled and 
ducally gorged or. 87. 2 

Burgh, a mountain-cat sejant gardant 
ppr., collared and chained or. 26. 13 

Burgh, De Hussey- : ( i ) A catamoun- 
tain sejant gardant ppr., collared and 
chained or (for De Burgh). 26. 13. 



BUR 

(2) A hind trippant arg. on a mount 
vert and under a tree ppr. (for Hussey). 
A cruce solus. 

Burgh, a fleur-de-lis arg., environed with 
a serpent vert. 148. 8 

Burghall, Ireland, a wolf's head erased 
sa. 30. 8 

Burghclere, Rt. Hon. Herbert Colston 
Gardner, Baron, of Debden Hall, 
Saffron Walden, and 48, Charles Street, 
Berkeley Square, W., a demi-griffin 
az., coUared and chained, and charged 
on the shoulder with a saltire wavy or, 
and holding between the clans an 
anchor erect with a piece of cable 
attached. Valet anchora virtus. 239. 3 

Burghep or Burghepe, a friar's head in 
profile ppr., couped at the shoulders, 
vested gray. 

Burghersh, Baron, see Westmoreland, 
Earl of. 

Burghersh, Devoush. and Norf., out of a 
mural coronet gu., a demi-lion double- 
queued arg. cf. 10. 6 

Burghersh, two stumps of trees, couped 

and arguly, in saltier ppr., banded vert. 

147- 9 

Burghill, Suff. and Wales, a lion's head 
erased arg. I7- 8 

Burghill, a lion's head arg., crowned with 
a Saxon crown or. cf. 17. 12 

Burghley, Baron, see Exeter, Marquess of. 

Burghley and Burgly, a winged grey- 
hound sejant. cf. 59. 9 

Burgin, a sword and a key in saltier ppr. 
171. 10 

BurgiS, a camel's head ppr. 132. 7 

Burgoigne or Burgoyne, Cambs and 
Devonsh., an heraldic antelope sejant 
arg., attired, tufted and maned sa. 

cf. 126. 4 

Burgon, a cock crowing or. 91. 2 

Burgon, Longstanton, Herts, an heraldic 
tiger sejant arg., maned and tufted sa. 

Burgone and Burgoyne, Oxon., on a ducal 
coronet or, a lion passant gu. 6. 6 

Burgoyne, Sir John Montagu, Bart., of 
Sutton Park, Beds, a talbot sejant or, 
eared sa., gorged with a plain collar 
gu. 55- I 

Burk, under the shade of two trees a stag 
lodged ppr. 

Burke, a demi-buU rampant armed and 
ungu. or, gorged with a chaplet vert. 

cf. 45. 14 

Burke, Viscount, see Clanricarde, Mar- 
quess of. 

Burke, Sir John Bernard, C.B., LL.D., 
late Ulster King of Arms, Knight Atten- 
dant and Registrar of the Most Illus- 
trious Order of St. Patrick, of TuUe- 
maine House, Dublin, and the Record 
Tower, Dublin Castle, a catamoun- 
tain sejant gardant ppr., collared 
and chained or, and charged on the 
breast with a cross couped of the 
last. Ung roy, ting foy, ung loy. 

cf. 26. 13 

Burke, Henry Farnham, Esquire, C.V.O., 
F.S.A., Somerset Herald, a cata- 
mountain sejant gardant ppr., collared 
and chained or, charged on the breast 
with a cross couped gold. Vng roy, 
ung foy, ung loy. cf. 26. 13 

Burke, Ashworth Peter, Esquire, of Elm 
Hall, CO. Tipperary, same crest and 
motto. 



BUR 

Barke, Arthur Augustine Meredyth, 
Esquire, a catamountain sejant gar- 
dant ppr., collared and chained or, and 
charged on the breast with a cross or. 
One king, one faith, one law. 

Burke, Charles Carrington, Esquire, of 
Michenhall, Godalming, same crest and 
motto. 

Burke, Edward Plunkett, Esquire, same 
crest and motto. 

Burke, Francis Eustace, Esquire, of 
Terriers, High Wycombe, Bucks, same 
crest and motto. 

Burke, Harold Arthur, Esquire, of 7, 
Victoria Road, Kensington, same crest 
and motto. 

Burke, John Edward, Esquire, same 
crest and motto. 

Burke, Ulick John, Esquire, of Woodcote 
Manor, co. Southampton, same crest 
and motto. 

Burke, Walter St. George, Esquire, of 
Auberies, Sudbury, Suff., same crest 
and motto. 

Burke, Sir Henry George, Bart., of Marble 
Hill, Ireland, a catamountain sejant 
gardant ppr., collared and chained or. 
Ung ray, iing fay, ung toy. 26. 13 

Burke, Ireland, a catamountain sejant 

gardant ppr., collared and chained or. 

26. 13 

Burke, Ireland, a cat sejant ppr. .4 cruce 
sal-US. ef. 26. 8 

Burke, Sir Theobald Hubert, Bart., of 
Glinsk, CO. Galway, Ireland, out of 
a ducal coronet or, a plume of five 
ostrich-feathers arg. In hoc signo 
vinces. 114. 13 

Burke, a demi-lion rampant az , holding 
a cross or. 1 1 . 1 4 

Burket and Burkett, a garb or. Impcn- 
datn, expendar. 153. 2 

Burket, Burkett, and Burkitt, a dexter 
arm embowed brandishing a club ppr. 
202. 10 

Burkett, see Burckhead. 

Burkett, a goat rampant arg. 129. 2 

Burkin, Suff., a crab ppr. 149. 5 

Burland, a demi-savage brandishing a 
scimitar ppr. 186. 3 

Burland, a griffin's head erased and col- 
lared. " cf. 66. 2 

Burleigh, a stag's head erased gu. 

121. 2 

Burleigh, a demi-boar ppr., armed, im- 
gu., and bristled or, and gorged with 
a chain of the last supporting a thistle 
ppr. cf. 40. 13 

Buries, a squirrel sejant cracking a nut, 
all ppr. 135. 7 

Burleton and Burlton, a garb. 

153- 2 

Burley, Leics. and Wilts, a demi-boar 
ppr., armed, ungu., and bristled or, 
and gorged with a chain of the last 
supporting a thistle ppr. cf. 40. 13 

Burlington, Earl OJ (Cavendish), a snake 
nowed ppr. Cavendo tutua. 142. 4 

Burlinson, Durh., a demi-lion holding 
between the paws a rose arg., barbed 
vert. cf. 16. 6 

Burlton, a dexter and a sinister arm 
vested holding up a cross crosslet 
fitched. 

Burlton, Thomas Davies, Esquire, J. P. 
for CO. Heref., of Eaton Hill, Leo- 
minster, a demi-gryphon couped, 
wings elevated and addorsed arg.. 



holding in the dexter claw a horse-shoe, 

and resting the sinister on a fleur-de-lis, 

both az. Mens sana in corpore sano. 

241. 14 

Burly or Burley, Suff., a squirrel sejant 
supporting a ragged staff or. 

Burman, a demi-peacock az. 103 10 

Burmester, a cross patee az., within six 
mullets in a circle or. cf. 164. 9 

Burmey, a dexter hand ppr., holding an 
anchor erect or, environed with clouds 
arg. Arcus, artes, aslra. 219. 2 

Burn or Burne, a hurt. cf. 1 59. 14 

Burn, Scotland, a hand ppr., holding a 

cross crosslet iitched az. Vincit Veritas. 

221. 14 

Burn, London, a cubit arm vested or, 
charged with a bend az., thereon a 
buckle between two estoiles of the 
first, and holding in the hand ppr. a 
bugle-horn sa., thereon a wreath of oak 
ppr. 

Burn, an arm erect, vested sa., cuffed 
arg., holding in the hand ppr. a fleur- 
de-lis or. 

Burn, Scotland and London, a dexter 

hand holding a horn ppr. Ever ready. 

217. 4 

Burn, Ireland, a wolf's head erased ppr. 
30. 8 

Burn, Perthsh., two dragons in saltire 
ppr. Tendit ad astra fides. 169. 8 

Burn, a demi-tiger erm., holding between 
the paws a fountain. 

Burn-Callander, Henry, Esquire, J.P., 
of Preston HaU, Dalkeith, N.B. : (i) 
Out of an Eastern crown or, a cubit 
arm ppr. (for Callander). (2) Two 
daggers in saltire ppr. (for Burn). 
Tendit ad astra fides. 

Burnaby, Sir Henry, Bart., of Broughton 
Hall, Oxon., out of a naval coronet 
a demi-lion rampant gardant or, hold- 
ing in the dexter paw a staff ppr., 



thereon 



ag gu- 



Pro 



16. 9 



Burnaby and Burneby, Middx., a demi 
man sa., holding in the dexter hand a 
bunch of columbine flowers ppr., and 
round his neck a rope or, with the end 
hanging down on the sinister side. Pro 
rege. 

Burnaby, Algernon Edwyn, of Baggrave 
Hall, Leics., a demi-moryon boye 
tawney, through his ear a double ring 
of silver, about his neck a flat chain of 
the same, holding in his hand a bourage 
plant flowered azure, stalked and 
leaved vert. Pro Ilcge. 

Burnard, Robert, Esquire, 3, Hills- 
borough, Plymouth, on a rock ppr., an 
escallop arg., between the attires of a 
stag, also ppr Bear and forbear. 

141- 13 

Burnard, Charles Frederick, Esquire, of 
Chatsworth Lodge, Compton Gifford, 
Plymouth, and Huccaby House, Lyd- 
ford, Devon, same crest and motto. 

Burnby and Burneby, Middx., on a mount 
a stag rising from under a tree, all 
ppr. cf. 116. 5 

Burne, see Burn. 

Burnell, London, a greyhound sejant arg. 
59- 4 

Burnell, Norf., a tower in flames ppr. 

Burnell, a lion's gamb erased sa., grasping 
a rose gu., slipped and leaved vert. 

2,7- 10 



BUR 

Burnell, Pegge- ; (i) A lion's gamb erect 
and erased sa., holding in the paw a 
bunch of violets ppr. (for Burnell). 
(2) The sun rising in splendour, the 
rays alternately sa., or, and arg. (for 
Pegge). Caritas fructum liabet. 

Burnes of Montrose : (i) Out of a mural 
crown per pale vert and gu., the rim 
inscribed " Cabool " in letters arg., a 
demi-eagle displayed or, transfixed bj' 
a javelin in bend sinister ppr. cf. 80. 
8. (2) Out of an Eastern crown or, an 
oak-tree withered renewing its foliage 
ppr. Ob patriam vulnera passi. 

Burness of Grove House, Leytonstone, 
and of Tilbury, both in Essex, a demi- 
pegasus sa., winged or. Perseverantia 
vincit. 47. 5 

Burnet, Wilts, a vine couped ppr. Vires- 
cit, mdnere virtus. 152. 9 

Burnet, Peebles, Scotland, a vine-branch 

slipped ppr. Tandem fit surculus arbor. 

152. 9 

Burnet, Scotland, a hand with a cutlass 
cutting a vine-branch ppr. Tandem 
fit surculus arbor. 

Burnet, Scotland, a branch of holly 
slipped ppr. Nee fluctu, nee flatu. 

150. 10 

Burnet, Scotland, a holly-branch ppr. 
Virlute cresco. 150. 10 

Burnet or Burnett, Northumb., a holly- 
branch vert, fructeJ gii. Virtute cresco. 
150. 10 

Burnet, Scotland, a boar's head erased 
az. Quidni pro sodali. 42. 2 

Burnet of Craigmyle, Scotland, a dexter 
hand holding a palm- branch ppr. Qiice 
ver no nt crescent. 219. 11 

Burnet, Rev. Alexander George, of 
Kemnay House, Kemnay, Aberdeen, 
same crest and motto. 

Burnet, on a mount out of a ducal 
coronet a hand with a knife pruning a 
vine ppr. 

Burnett, Sir Thomas, Bart., of Leys, 
Aberdeen, a hand with a knife prun- 
ing a vine-tree ppr. Virescit vidnere 
virtus, 251. 3 

Burnett, Kent, in a mural crown or, a 
mount vert, thereon a vine-tree ppr., 
fructed or, on the sinister an arm 
issuing from a cloud, holding in the 
hand a knife pruning the vine, also 
ppr. Virescit vuXnere virtus. 

Burnett, Scotland, issuing out of a cloud 
in sinister a hand in fess grasping a 
pruning-knife ppr. 

Burnett, John George, Esquire, of Powis 
House, Aberdeen, and 21, Walker 
Street, Edinburgh, a dexter hand hold- 
ing a palm-branch ppr., and in an 
escroll above the same. Qum vernant 
crescunt. 

Burnett, Ireland, a holy lamb regardant 
arg., holding the standard of St. Patrick 
ppr. 

Burnett, a bull's head ducally gorged 
and crowned. cf. 44. 2 

Burney, Kent, an arm in a maunch in 
fess, holding in the hand a cross patee 
fitched. Omnebonumdesuper. cf. 203. 3 

Burney, Arthur George, United Univer- 
sity Club, Pall Mall East, S.W., out of 
a maunch gu., charged with an ancient 
lyre or, stringed arg., a hand ppr. hold- 
ing a cross patee fitchee, erect sa. 
Omne bonum desuper. 237. 3 



BUR 

Burney, Henry Edward, Esq., of Waven- 
don Tower, Bletchley, Bucks, same 
crest. Gang warily. 

Burney or Burnie, Scotland, a lion's head 
erased gu. Sapere aude incipie. 

17. 2 

Burney or Burnie, a bull's head ducally 
L'orL'C'l and crowned. c/. 44. 2 

Burnham, Baron (Levy-Lawson), Hall 
Barn, Beaconsfield, Bucks: (i) In 
front of a terrestrial globe ppr., a 
winged morion or. 257. 7. (2) A rara 
arg., holding in the mouth a trefoil 
sUpped vert, and resting the dexter 
foreleg on a quatrefoil or. Of old I 
hold. 257. 8 

Burnham, Berks, out of a ducal coronet 

a hand holding a dagger in pale, the 

blade wavy. Basil virtutem constanlia. 

212. I 

Burnham, Lines, out of a ducal coronet 
a hand holding a dagger in pale, the 
blade wavy. 212. i 

Burnham, a leopard's head erased ppr. 

23. 10 

Burnham, James, Esquire, Ladj'smith, 
Western Elms Avenue, Reading, ' 
Berks, a leopard's head erased ppr. I 
Time Deutn et ne timeas. 23. 10 

Burnie, see Burney. 

Burnley-Campbell, Hardin, Esquire, of 
Orniidale, Colintraive, Argyllsh., a 
dexter hand in pale holding a dirk 
erected, both ppr. Pro patria semper. 

Burnman, Devonsh., a bull's head erased 
or, armed gobony or and sa. 44. 3 

Burns, Scotland, two hands issuing from 
clouds conjoined in fess ppr., holding 
up a laurel-branch vert. cf. 224. 3 

Burns, a woodlark perching on a sprig of 
bay-tree ppr. Woodnoles wild. Better 
a wee bush than nae hield. 295. 7 

Burns, Bart., of Wemyss House, Wemyss 
Bay, Renfrewsh., a dexter hand ppr., 
holding a hunting-horn sa., garnished 
vert. Ever ready. 297. S 

Burns, John William, Esquire, of Kil- 
mahew, Cardross, Dumbartonsh., and 
Cumbernauld House, Cumbernauld, 
Dumbartonsh., same crest and motto. 

Burns, Scotland and England, a dove 
with wings expanded az. 94. 2 

Burns-Gibson, John, M D., Harlesden, 
N.W., a pelican in her piety. Morior 
ut viramus. 

Burns-Hartopp, James, Esquire, of Dalbv 
Hall, Melton Mowbray, Scraptoft 
Hall, Leics., WaterviUe, and Kilgar- 
van, CO. Kerry: (i) Out of a ducal 
coronet or, a pelican issuing arg., 
charged on the neck with a cross cross- 
let for distinction, vulning herself ppr. 
{for Harlopp). (2) A hand ppr. holding 
a hunting-horn sa., garnished or. Ever 
ready. 

Burns-Lindow, Isaac William, Esquire, 
of Irton Hall, Holmrock, via Carn- 
forth, Cumberland, a lion rampant gu., 
semee of buckles or, and holding be- 
tween the paws a fountain. Vi et 
virtute. 

Burnside, Scotland, a crescent arg. 
Gr'idiitim plena. 163. 2 

Burnside, a branch of oak ppr. 151. 3 

Burnyeat, issuant from flames ppr., a 
bear's head per pale or and az., gorged 
with a coUarflory-counterflory counter- 
changed. 



Burnyeat, William, Esquire, of MUl 
Grove, Moresby, Whitehaven, same 

crest. 

Burr, Rev. George Frederick. M.S.A.. 
L.Mus., Highiields Park, Hales-Owen, 
Worcs., " Halesowen," Blacklands. 
Hastings, Sussex, a wyvern with wings 
displayed and tail nowed. Virtus 
honoris janua. 

Burr, a lion's head ppr., collared or. 

cf. 18. 6 

Burr, Berks, out of a mural crown in- 
scribed with the word ' Ternnte,' a 
Malay holding in his dexter hand the 
colours of Ternate, all ppr. Virtus 
verus honos. 

Burra, in front of a griffin's head erased 
sa., semee of annulets or, a fret of the 
last. cf. 66. 2 

Burra, James Salkeld, Esquire, of Bock- 
hanger, Ashford, Kent, same crest. 
Pactum serv:i. 

Burra, Robert, Esquire, of the Gate, 
Sedbergh, Yorks R.S.O., same crest 
Per siste. 

Burrall, see Porter- Burrall. 

Burrard, Bart., of Lymington [extinct), 
Hants, out of a mural crown per pale 
or and arg., an arm in bend, the hand 
grasping a sword, and about the arm 
a wreath of laurel, all ppr. 

Burrard, Sir Harry Paul, Bart., of Wal- 
hampton, Isle of Wight, out of a 
naval coronet or, a cubit arm erect 
ppr., charged with a cross patee gu.. 
holding in the hand a trident in bend 
sinister, point downward, of the first. 
236. 8 

Burrard, Hants, a dexter arm embowed, 
the hand grasping a sword ppr. 

201. 4 

Burrell, see Gwydyr, Baron. 

Burrell, Northumb., an armed arm ppr., 
holding a branch of burdock vert. 
Adhcereo. 

Burrell, Boreel, Burell, or Bereel, Kent 
and Sussex, an arm embowed ppr., 
holding in the hand a branch of laurel 
vert. 22S. 6 

Burrell, John Lawrence, Esquire, Xew- 
castle-on-Tyne, uses a dexter naked 
arm embowed, holding in the hand a 
branch of laurel. 228. 6 

Burrell, Sir Merrik Raymond, Bart., 
Knepp Castle, Horsham, Sussex, a 
naked arm embowed, holding in the 
hand a branch of laurel, all ppr. Sub 
lihertate quietem. 228. 6 

Burridge, Devonsh., a demi-mariner ppr., 
the waistcoat gu., cap az., and necker- 
chief arg., supporting a rudder sa. 

Burrish, out of a tower per pale arg. and 
gu., a demi-lion rampant double- 
queued or. cf. 157. II 

Burrough or Borough, Lines, an eagle 
with wings expanded erm. 77. 5 

Burrough, Rev. Charles, M.A., of Eaton 
Bishop Rectory, Heref., a griffin's head 
arg., beaked or, charged on the neck 
with two chevTOnels vert. Vire ut 
vivas. 226. 13 

Burroughes, Henry Randall. Esquire, of 
Burlingham Hall, Norwich, a griffin's 
head erased arg., between two chevrons 
vert. Animo et vide. 

Burroughs, Norf., a griffin's head arg., 
charged with two chevronels vert. 

226. 13 



BUR 

Burroughs, Bart., Ireland, on an Eastern 
crown or, a lion passant gu. Audaces 
fortuna juvnt. cf. 6. 6 

Burroughs, Lieutenant-Geueral Frederick 
William Traill, C.B., of Trumland 
House, Rousay, Orkney, a lion passant 
uulfs. .1 iidiices fortuna juvai. 

Burroughs, Scotland, a lion passant gu. 
A tulurcs fortuna fuvat. 6. 2 

Burrow, Scotland and England, a lion 
passant gardant arg. Deus nobis hcec 
otia fecit. 4. 3 

Burrow, a falcon erm. with wings ex- 
panded. 87. I 

Burrowes, a lion sejant arg. 8. 8 

j Burrowes and Burrows, a lion sejant 

arg., ducally crowned or. cf. 8. 8 

Burrowes of Stradone, co. Cavan, a lion 

sejant gardant sa., ducally crowned 

or, langued gu. Non vi sed virtute. 

j Burrowes, Thomas Cosby, Esquire, of 

Lismore House, Crossdoney, co. Cavan, 

I same crest and motto. 

Burrowes, Thomas James, Esquire, of 
Stradone House, Cavan, and 44, 
Thurlow Square, S.W., same crest and 

Burrowes and Burrows, an eagle, wings 
displayed erm., ducally gorged or. 

cf. 78. I 

Burrowes and Burrows, two wings ad- 
dorsed erm. 109. 12 

Burrowes and Burrows, Ireland, a stag 
trippant. 117. 8 

Burrows of Sj'denham, Oxon., between 
two fleur-de-lis erminois, an eagle, the 
wings elevated and addorsed ppr., 
ducally gorged and charged on the 
breast with a cinquefoil or. Together. 

Burrows, Sir Frederick Abernethy, Bart., 
33. Ennismore Gardens, S.W., an eagle 
with wings expanded or, collared az., 
holding in the beak a spear-head, and 
resting the dexter claw on a fleur-de-lis, 
both o"f the last. Et vi et virtute. 236. i 

Burrows, an ostrich-feather erect, enfiled 
by a ducal coronet. 

Burrs, a demi-antelope collared. 1 26. 3 

Bury, a fox's head couped ppr. 33. 4 

Burslam or Burslem, a pestle and mortar. 
177- 13 

Bursted, a wyvern gu. 70. i 

Burt, George, Esquire, D.L., of Purbeck 
House, Swanage, Dorset, in front of two 
cross crosslets fitchee in saltire or, a 
bugle-horn sa., tipped, garnished, and 
veruled or, the strings gu., interlacing 
the cross crosslets, and all in front of 
a rock ppr. Know thyself. 228. 4 

Burt, John Mowlem, Esquire, of Purbeck 
House, Swanage, and 19, Grosvenor 
Road, S.W., same crest and motto. 

Burt, Hon. Septimus, of Strawberry 
Hill, Perth, a bugle horn sa., stringed 
gu. All for the better. 

Burt^Marshall, James, Esquire, of Lun- 
carty, Perthsh., and of Liverpool, a 
dove holding in its beak an olive-branch 
ppr. Virtute tutus. 92- 5 

Burtchaell of Brandondale, co. Kilkenny, 

Ireland, on a mount vert, a lion 

rampant sa., supporting on the sinister 

side an oak-tree ppr. Quo fata vocant. 

263. I 

Burtchaell, Charles Henry, Esquire, same 

crest and motto. 
Burtchaell, David, Esquire, of Port Fairy, 
Victoria, same crest and motto. 



BUR 

Burtchaell, David Edward, Esquire, same 
crest and motto. 

Burtchaell, George Dames, Esquire, of 
44, Moreharapton Road, Dublin, same 
crest and motto. 

Burtchaell, Richard Rothe, Esquire, of 
Brandondale, Graignamanagh, co. Kil- 
kenny, Ireland, same crest and motto. 

Burthogge, Devonsh., a demi-wolf or, 
gorged with a bar gemelle az. cf. 31. 5 

Burton, Baron (Bass), of Rangemore and 
Burton-on-Trent, Staffs, a demi-lion 
rampant gu., resting the sinister paw 
upon a plate charged with a fieur-de- 
lis az., and charged upon the shoulder 
with three annulets, two and one arg. 
Basis virtuium constantia. 13. 11 

Burton, see Lingen-Burton. 

Burton, Yorks and Shropsh., on a wreath 
of the colours a dexter gauntlet az., 
couped at the wrist. 209. 5 

Burton of Longner Hall, Shropsh.: (i) 
On a wreath of the colours a dexter 
gauntlet az., couped at the wrist {/or 
Burton). 209. 5. (2) Out of a ducal 
coronet or, seven leeks, roots upwards 
ppr. (for Lingen). Domintis pro- 
videbit. 147. 5 

Burton, Sir Charles William Cu£fe, Bart., 
of PoUacton, co. Carlow, Ireland, on a 
ducal coronet or, a dexter gauntlet, the 
palm inwards, all ppr. Deus pro- 
videbil. 

Burton of Falde Hall, Staffs, Lindley 
and Bedworth, Leics., and Dronfield, 
Derbysh. : (i) Upon a mount vert, a 
beacon arg., inflamed ppr. 177. 8. (2) 
Out of a ducal coronet or, a cypress-tree 
ppr. 145. 9. (3) On a ducal coronet 
or, a wyvern with wings endorsed az., 
collared gold. Lux vitce. cf. 70. 9 

Burton, Derbysh., out of a ducal coronet 
or, a wyvern with wings endorsed 
az., collared, also or. cf. 70. 9 

Burton, the late Sir Richard, of Sacket's 
HiU House, St. Peters, Isle of Thanet, a 
beacon or, fired ppr., surmounted by 
two branches of laurel in saltire vert. 
Vigilavs. cf. 177. 14 

Burton, Alfred, Esquire, M.R.C.S.E., of 
13, Dover Street, W., at one time 
Physician to His Excellency the Lord 
Lieutenant of Ireland, an embattled 
wall ppr., charged with a crescent gu., 
thereon a beacon srg., fired ppr. Lux 
vitoe. 

Burton of Foggathorpe, Bubwith, Yorks, 
E.R., of Childrey, Berks, and of Walton 
Hall, Bucks, in front of two arms em- 
bowed in armour, the hands ppr., 
holding a fleur-de-lis arg., six annulets, 
interlaced fesseways, also arg. Sans 



chat 



ger. 



194. 



Burton, Archer- of Woodlands, 

Emsworth, Hants: (i) On a mount 
vert, an owl arg., ducaUy crowned 
or, holding in the dexter claw a rose 
gu., slipped of the first {for Burton). 
(2) A dragon's head erased gu., gorged 
with a crown vair, and holding in the 
mouth an arrow, point downwards or 
{for Archer). Amiens vitce solatium.. 

Burton of Polethorpe, Rutl., and Stocker- 
ston, Leics., Bart, (extinct), an owl arg., 
ducally crowned or. cf. 96. 5 

Burton of Somersby, Lines, an owl ducally 
crowned holding in the dexter claw a 
star, all or. Cari Deo nihil carent. 



90 

Burton, Bindon Francis Burton, M.D., 
I, Park ViUas, Polsloe Road. Exeter, 
out of a ducal coronet a dexter gauntlet, 
the palm inwards, all ppr. Dominus 
providabil. 

Burton, David Fowler, Esquire, of 
Cherry Burton, Yorks : ( i ) Upon a 
mount vert, a perch or, thereon a parrot, 
also vert, the dexter claw resting upon 
an escallop arg., and holding in the 
beak a cherry stalked ppr. {for Burton). 
(2) A mount vert, thereon a stag re- 
gardant or, the dexter fore-foot rest- 
ing on a cinquefoil of the same {for 
Robinson). 

Burton, General Fowler, Esquire, of Stoke 
Damerel, Devonport, same crests. 

Burton of Inglethorp, Derbysh., on a 
mount vert, a tower arg., triple-towered 
or. cf. 157. 6 

Burton of Stapleforth, Notts, a boar's 
head couped or, holding in the mouth 
a branch vert. 

Burton, Langhorne Burton, Esquire, of 
the Uplands, South Cliffe, Scarborough, 
an owl erm., membered and ducally 
crowned or, the dexter claw resting on 
an estoile sa. Cari Deo nihil carent. 

Burton, Essex, on the top of a ruined 
castle arg., a falcon volant or. cf. 156. 8 

Burton, Yorks, a cubit arm erect, habited 
per pale arg. and gu., cuffed of the first, 
holding in the hand ppr. a walking 
staff of the second, headed, rimmed, 
and ferruled or. 

Burton-Mackenzie, Evan North, of Kilcoy, 
Ross-sh., Scotland : (i) On the dexter 
side, an arm embowed in chain-mail, 
couped at the shoulder, holding a broad- 
sword in bend ppr. {for 3IacL-enzie). 
{2) On the sinister side a stag's head 
oabossed or, pierced between the attires 
with an arrow ppr. {for Eraser). Over 
the crests, Fide parta fide aucta. Under 
the arms, Dia's mo dhuthaich. 

Burtz, a squirrel sejant resting his fore- 
paws on a staff raguly. 

Burwasch, Burwasche, or Burwash, the 
helm of a ship ppr. 179. I 

Burwell, a Saracen's head couped at the 
shoulders ppr. 190. 5 

Burwell, Suff., a lion's gamb erect and 
erased or, holding three burr-leaves 
vert 

BUTwood, a boar's head ppr. 41. : 

Bury, Viscount, see Albemarle, Earl of. 

Bury, Lines and Somers., a demi-dragon 
arg., wings, ears, and claws sa. 73. 10 

Bury, COS. Cork and Limerick, Ireland, a 
boar's head couped at the neck or, 
tusked arg., langued gu., transfixed 
through the neck by a spear ppr. 

Bury, William Pennefather Arthur Forbes 
Phineas, Esquire, of Curraghbridge, 
CO. Limerick, and Carrigrenane, Little 
Island, CO. Cork, same crest. Virtus 
sub cruce crescit. 

Bury, Earl of, and Viscount Charleville 
and Baron Tullamore {extinct), Ireland : 
(i) A boar's head couped or, trans- 
pierced through the neck from behind 
with an arrow ppr. {for Bury). (2) Out 
of a ducal coronet or, a Moor's head 
couped at the shoulders ppr., wreathed 
round the temples or and az. {for 
Moore). Virtus sub cruce crescit. 

Bury, Howard-, Captain Kenneth, of 
Charleville Forest, King's Co.: (i) A 



BUS 

boar's head couped at the neck or, 
tusked arg., langued gu., transfixed 
through the neck by a spear ppr., and 
charged for difference with a cross 
crosslet vert {for Bury). (2) On a 
chapeau gu., turned up erm., a lion 
statant gardant, the tail extended or, 
ducally gorged arg., and charged on the 
body with a crescent, also gu., for dif- 
ference {/or Howard). Virtus sub cruce 
crescit. — Noiis maititiendrons. cf. 4. 8 

Bury, see Berry. 

Bury, Devonsh, a grifiiu's head erased 
party per pale or and gu. 66. 2 

Bury, Devonsh., a tiger's head erased erm., 
crined sa., gorged with a cellar az., 
charged with a bezant between two 
fleurs-de-lis or. 22. 12 

Bury, Rev. William Edward, the Rectory, 
Screveton, Notts, a demi-wyvern arg., 
wings and feet sa., purfled or. Virtus 
sub cruce crescit. 

Bury, a fox's head couped ppr. 

33- 4 

Bury-Barry, James Robert Barry, Es- 
quire : (I) Out of a castle arg., a wolf's 
head couped sa., langued gu. {for Barry). 
(2) A boar's head couped at the neck 
or, tusked arg., langued gu., transfixed 
through the neck by a spear ppr., 
point downwards, and charged with a 
crescent for difference gu. {lor Bury), 
and over it the motto " Virtus sub cruce 
crescit." Boutez en avant. 

Burye, a dove regardant holding in the 
beak an olive-branch ppr. 92. 4 

Busbie, a bee erect, head downwards, 
the wings expanded ppr. cf. 137. I 

Busbridge, Essex, an arm in mail erect 
holding in the hand a cutlass ppr. 

Busbridge, Perry Barr, Warw., a stag's 
head cabossed. 122. 5 

Busby and Bushby, a stag's head arg., 
erased gu., pierced through the back 
of the neck with an arrow sa., headed 
and barbed of the first. c/. 1 2 1 . 2 

Busfeild, John, Esquire, of Laurel Bank, 
Ripon, a cubit arm in armour ppr., a 
fleur-de-lis within an annulet or. 

Busfeild, William, of Pant-y-Ochin, Wrex- 
ham, same crest. Medio tutissimus 
ibis. 

Busfield of Upwood, Yorks: (i) A cubit 
arm in armour erect ppr., holding in 
the hand a fleur-de-lis or (for Busfidd). 
210. 6. (2) An eagle's head era.sed 
{for Atkinson). Medio tutissimus ibis. 
83. 2 

Bush, Bushe, or Bussche, the trunk of a 
tree with branches ppr., pendent there- 
from an escutcheon arg. 145. 8 

Bush of Dylton, Wilts, a goat's head 
erased arg., armed or. 128. 5 

Bush, Thomas, Esquire, a goat's head 
couped arg., the sinister horn az., and 
the dexter purpure. Hope me en- 
courageth. 

Bush, a stag statant. II7- 5 

Bushby, Henry North Grant, Esquire. 
J.P., of Wormley-Bury. Broxbourne, 
Herts, upon a mount vert, a stag's 
head erased ppr., guttee-de-sang, the 
neck transfixed by an arrow in bend 
sinister, point to the dexter, also ppr. 
Fructu non foliis. 250. 13 

Bushby, Sussex and Cumb.,a crow picking 
ppr. 107. 4 

Bushby, see Busby. 



BUS 

Bushe, a goat's head arg., armed sa., 

charged on the neck with a crescent 

for difference. Hope: me encourageth. 

cf. 128. 12 

Bushe, Erasmus, Esquire, of 32, Bulling- 

ham Mansions, Kensington, London, 

W., same crest and motto. 
Bushe of Glencairn Abbey, Waterford, a 

goat's head couped arg., attired or. 

Moderafa durant. 128. 12 

Bushe of Kingstown, co. Dublin, Ireland, 

a goat's head erased per fesse arg. and 

az., armed or. Nil meluens supcraii. 

128. 5 

Bushe, Arthur, Esquire, a goat's head 

arg. Moderata durant. 
Bushe, Cecil Josiah Lambton, Esquire, 

same crest and motto. 
Bushe, Charles, Esquire, same crest and 

motto. 
Bushe, George, Esquire, same crest and 

motto. 
Bushe, Horace Kendal, Esquire, same 

crest and motto. 
Bushe, Percy, Esquire, same crest and 

motto. 
Bushe, Seymour C. H., Esquire, same 

crest and motto. 
Bushe, William Daxon, Esquire, same 

crest and motto. 
Bushe, Ireland, a cross pattee fitched 

arg., between two ears of wheat in 

orle. 
Bushel], Warw., an arm from the elbow 

in armour holding a caltrap. 210. 7 
Busbell or Busshell, Chesh., a cherub's 

head between two wings ppr. 189. 9 
Bushell, Lanes, a waterbouget between 

two wings arg., each charged with a 

hurt. Dum spiro spero. 
Bushnan, London, a sinister arm era- 
bowed, vested sa., cuSed arg., holding 

in the hand a roll of parchment ppr. 
Busbnell, on a ducal coronet or, a wyvern 

sans feet. 70. 9 

Bushrudd, Dorset, an heraldic tiger's 

head arg., crined and tufted sa., col- 
lared gu. cf. 25. 4 
Bushy or Bushey, a boar's head erased 

sa. 41. 5 

Busk, France, a stag trippant ppr. Sua- 

viter sed forliter. 117. 8 

Busk of Ford's Grove, Midd.';., a stag at 

gaze ppr. Suaviter sed fortiter. 117. 3 
Busk and Buske, out of a ducal coronet 

or, a fish's head az. 139. 14 

Busse, see Bushe. 
Bussell, Warw., a cherub's head between 

two wings ppr. 189. 9 

Bussell, issuing from clouds two de.xter 

hands conjoined, holding up an olive- 
branch, all ppr. cf. 224. 3 
Bussell, a crane's head erased arg. 

104. II 
Bussie, an eagle displayed az. 75-2 
Bustard, Devonsh., a bustard's head arg., 

between two wings gu., between the 

neck and the wings two ears of wheat 

erect or. 

Busteed, an eagle rising ppr. 77. 5 

Busterd, Ireland, a cannon mounted ppr. 

169. 12 

Bustin, an escallop between two branches 

of palm ppr. 141. 4 

Busvargus or Bosvargus of Bushvargus, 

Cornw., a Cornish chough ppr. 107. 14 
Butcher, a lion passant gu., holding in 

the dexter paw a crescent arg. 5. 6 



91 

Butcher, a branch of a cotton-tree fructed 
ppr. Be steady. 

Butcher, Arthur Herbert, Esquire, of 
Elmslea, Birkenhead, co. Chester, a 
branch of a cotton-tree fructed ppr. 
Be steady. 

Butcher, Major Henry Townsend, same 
crest and motto. 

Butcher, John George, Esquire, of 32, 
Elvaston Place, London, S.W., same 
crest and motto. 

Butcher, Samuel, Esquire (son of Major- 
General Arthur Butcher), co. Messrs. 
Thomas Cook and Son, Banking De- 
partment, Ludgate Circus, E.C., same 
crest and motto. 

Butcher, Samuel Henry, Esquire, of 
Danesfort, Killarney, co. Kerry, and 
6, Tavistock Square, London, W.C., 
same crest and motto. 

Butcher, Rev. Samuel John, M.A., Clerk 
in Holy Orders, Vicar of Weston Beg- 
gard, Heref., same crest and motto. 

Bute, Marquess and Earl of (Crichton- 
Stuart), Mount Stuart, Rothesay, Isle 
of Bute : (i) A demi-lion rampant gu. 
{for Stuart). 10. 3. (2) A dragon vert, 
flames issuing from the mouth ppr. 
(3) A wyvern ppr, holding in the mouth 
a sinister hand couped gu. Nobilis est 
ira leonis. — Avito viret honore. 

cf. 70. 10 

Buthall, a wyvern ppr., charged on the 
breast with a hand couped at the 
wrist gu. cf. 70. I 

Butler, Marquess ol Ormonde, see Or- 
monde. 

Butler, Earl ol Lanesborougb, see Lanes- 
borough. 

Butler, Earl of Carrick, see Carrick. 

Butler, Earl of Kilkenny, see Kilkenny. 

Butler, Earl of Glengall, see Glengall. 

Butler, Baron Dunboyne, see Duuboyne. 

Butler, see Fyfe-Butler. 

Butler, see Arcedeckne- Butler. 

Butler-Clough, see Clough. 

Butler, see Boteller aud Botteller and 
Buttler. 

Butler-Bowdon, see Bowdon. 

Butler, Sir Thomas Pierce, Bart., of 
Cloughgrenan, co. Carlow, Ireland, out 
of a ducal coronet or, a plume of five 
ostrich-feathers, and therefrom a falcon 
rising arg. Comme je trouve. 248. 9 

Butler, Ireland, out of a ducal coronet 
or, a plume of five ostrich-feathers, 
therefrom a falcon rising arg. Comme 
je trouve. 248. 9 

Butler, John Piers, Esquire, a falcon dis- 
played ppr., rising out of a plume of 
five ostrich-feathers arg. Comme je 
trouve. 248. 9 

Butler, Rev. Charles Ewart, M.A., Corpus 
Christi College. Cambridge, a horse 
statant arg., charged on the body with 
a pale az., thereon a cross crosslet or, 
and holding in the mouth a quatrefoil 
slippedgu. DeoduceChristoluce. 295.8 

Butler-Creagh, Captain Walker Blake : 
(i) A hor.se's head erased arg., capari- 
soned gu., in the headstall of the bridle 
a laurel-branch vert, and charged on 
the neck for distinction with a fleur-de- 
lis sa. (for Creagh). (2) A plume of 
flve ostrich-feathers arg., charged with 
a covered cup gu., and issuant from the 
falcon rising ppr. (for Butler), 
irtule et numine. — Comme je trouve. 



^ 



BUT 

Butler-Kearney, Charles James, Esquire, 
of Drom, co. Tipperary, Ireland: (i) 
A gauntleted hand fesseways or, hold- 
ing a dagger erect arg., pommel and 
hilt of the first (for Kearney). (2) 
Out of a ducal coronet or, a plume of 
five ostrich-feathers arg., and issuant 
therefrom a demi-falcon also arg., and 
on an escroll above, " Timor Domini 
fons vit(V." Sustine et abstine. 248. 9 

Butler, Francis Theobald, M.D., 3, Pelham 
Crescent, Hastings, out of a ducal 
coronet a plume of five ostrich-feathers, 
and rising therefrom a demi-falcon with 
wings expanded and inverted, all ppr. 
Timor Domini fons vitce. 248. 9 

Butler, Captain Antoine Sloet, of 12, 
St. James's Terrace, Clonkeath, co. 
Dublin, same crest. Comme je trouve. 

Butler, William, Esquire, of Wilton, co. 
Kilkenny, same crest and motto. 

Butler, Dublin, out of a mural coronet 
or, a plume of five ostrich-feathers arg., 
therefrom a phoenix issuant, wings ex- 
panded az., holding in his beak a trefoil 
slipped of the first. Esse quam videri. 

Butler, a covered cup or, banded sa., 
and a ball on the top of the second. 

Butler, Scotland, an uncovered cup or. 
Sapienter uti bonis. 177-4 

Butler and Boteler, Kent, a covered cup 



Butler, a covered cup or. 

Butler, Devonsh., a lion's gamb erased gu., 
holding a covered cup or. cf. 38. 14 

Butler, Fowler-, Major-General Robert 
Henry, of Pendeford Hall, Wolver- 
hampton : (i) A covered cup or, sur- 
mounting two palm-branches in saltire 
vert, between two wings quarterly or 
and sa. Depressus extoller (for Butler). 
(2) A cubit arm vested az., holding in 
the hand ppr. a lure vert, feathered 
arg., lined or, twisted round the arm. 
Garde k Boy (for Fowler). 

Butler, an arm embowed, vested az., ruffle 
of indented lace arg., the hand ppr., 
holding a covered cup erect az. 203. 4 

Butler, Derbysh., an arm embowed, 
vested az., cuffed arg., holding in the 
hand a bunch of grapes ppr. 

Butler, two arms in armour embowed 

ppr., purfled or, holding in the hands, 

also ppr., a round buckle of the second 

cf. 194. II 

Butler, London, an eagle with wings 
addorsed, holding in the dexter claw 
a vine-branch, all ppr. 

Butler, F. K. L., London Institution, Fins- 
bury Circus, E.G., a grape-vine issuing 
from a mount between two eagles with 
their wings elevated and addorsed, 
respecting each other. Aquila vitem 
pocula vitam. 

Butler, Herts, a dexter arm in armour 
gauntleted az., garnished or, holding a 
sword sa., hilted of the second. 210. 4 

Butler, a male griffin segreant arg., 
armed, beaked, collared, and chained 
or. Je ferai bien. 

Butler, Middx., a greyhound sejant or, 
collared eu., ringed, also or. cf. 59. 2 

Butler, Cyril Kendall, of Bourton House, 
Shrivenham, Berks, a falcon, wings en- 
dorsed and inverted, resting the dexter 
claw on a covered cup or. Tu contra 
audentior ito. 



BUT 

Butler, Hedley Ormonde, 26, Grove Park 
Gardens, Chiswiek, W., same crest. 
Labor omnia vincit improbiis. 

Butler of Elmore, Chipstead, Surrey, a 
gre5'hound sejant arg., charged with 
two bars az., and resting the dexter 
paw on a covered cup or. Labor 
omnia vincit. 59. 12 

Butler, Ireland, a demi-cockatrice dis- 
played vert, wings elevated arg., 
combed, beaked, and ducally gorged or. 

Butler, Humplirey, Esquire, Commander 
R.N., same crest. 

Butler or Botteler, Cambs, a cockatrice's 
head and wings, the head vert, the 
wings ars., ducally gorged, combed, 
and wattled or. 68. 10 

Butier-Danvers, Lelcs. : (i) A wyvern or 
{for Danvers). 70. I. (2) A demi-cock- 
atrice couped vert, combed, beaked, 
wattled, and ducally gorged or {for 
Butler). Liberie tonte entiire. 

Butler of Kirkland, Lanes, a horse pas- 
sant arg., pellettee and furnished or. 
Beneficii memor. cf. 52. 6 

Butler, Philip, Esquire, of Gattalunga, 
Adelaide, Australia, a horse statant 
arg., charged on the body with a pale 
az., thereon a cross crosslet or, and 
holding in the mouth a quatrefoil 
slipped gu. Doe duce Chrislo luce. 

Butler, Cotes, Lines, a horse's head 
erased, quarterly arg. and sa. 51. 4 

Butler, Lanes, a unicorn salient arg., 
armed or, gorged with a sash of the 
last. <•/. 4S. 2 

Butler, Samuel, Esquire, of Henbury 
Hill, Westbury-on-Trym, near Bristol, 
a unicorn salient or, holding in the 
mouth a rose gu., barbed, seeded, 
slipped, and leaved ppr., and resting 
the sinister fore-foot upon a covered 
cup az. Fac rede el nil time. 

263. 2 

Butler, William Henry, Esquire, of Sum- 
merhill House, St. George, Bristol, 
same crest and motto. 

Butler, a demi-stag az., collared or, sup- 
porting between the legs a covered 
cup per pale az. and or. Tandem 
implebitur. 

Butler-Bowdon, John Erdeswick, Es- 
quire, of Pleasington Hall, Blackburn, 
Lanes, and Southgate House, Chester- 
field : (i) A heron's head erased ppr., 
beaked and charged on the neck with 
three erm. spots (for Boicdon). (2) A 
covered cup or, charged with an erm. 
spot sa. (for Butler). Vanus est honor. 

Butler-Bowdon, Lancelot George, Es- 
quire, of Barlborough House, Chester- 
field, same crests and motto. 

Butler, Ireland, a lamb statant erm. 

Butt, Kent, a lion sejant, holding in the 
dexter paw a broken spear. c/. 8. 11 

Butt of Tavistock Square, London, a 
horse's head couped sa., semee of 
estoiles or, the mane plaited ppr., on 
the head a skull-plate of the second 
with two feathers az. cf. w. 14 

Butt, Isaac, Esquire, LL.D., of Dublin, 
a horse's head erased arg., charged on 
the neck with a trefoil vert, the mane 
plaited or, on the head a plume of 
three ostrich- feathers of the first. 
Possunt quia, posse videntur. 

Butt, George Berkeley, Esquire, same 
crest and motto. 



92 

Butt-Gow, Philip, Esquire, of Dorville 
Road, Lee, Kent, a dexter arm in 
armour embowed holding a broad- 
sword enfiled with a boar's head, all 
ppr. Caraid ann am jheum. 

Butter, Archibald Edward, Esquire, J.P.. 
of faskally, Pitloehiy, Perthsh., two 
arms issuing from clouds, and drawing 
a bow with an arrow paleways, aU 
ppr. Dirige.t Deus. 

Butter, a camel's head couped ppr. 

132- 7 

Butter of Gormack, Scotland, issuing 

from clouds two arms drawing a bow 

with an arrow, all ppr. Diriget Deus. 

cf. 200. 2 

Butter, Dr. John K., M.D., of Highfield 
House, Cannock, Staffs, issuing from 
clouds, two arms drawing a bow with an 
arrow, all ppr. Furth forttine. 294. 1 3 

Butterfield, Hants, out of a ducal coro- 
net or, a dragon's head with the wings 
elevated vert. 72. i 

Butterfleld of Clapham, Surrey, out of a 
ducal coronet or, a demi-dragon with 
wings elevated arp., charged on each 
wing with a butterfly volant az. 

Butters, Scotland, two naked arms is- 
suing shooting an arrow from a bow, 
all ppr. 200. 2 

Butterworth, Scotland, a hand issuing 

from a cloud in fess pointing to a 

serpent nowed, the head erect, all ppr. 

223. 7 

Butterworth, a sphere resting on a cloud 
ppr. 159. 5 

Butterworth, Joseph Henry, Esquire, an 
eagle with wings elevated erminois, 
resting its dexter claw on an escut- 
cheon az., charged with a cross cross- 
let or. Per ardua Deo javente. 

Buttery, Northamp., an heraldic tiger 
passant arg., tufted and maned or, 
supporting with the dexter paw an 
escutcheon. 

Button, a ram statant arg., armed and 
unguled or, collared gu., pendent there- 
to a bell of the second. cf. 129. 3 

Button, Wilts, a wyvern erect on the 
tail sa. 

Button or Budden, a bull's head ppr., 
charged with a cross botonee or. 

Button of Alton, Wilts, on each side of a 
chapeau gu., turned up arm., a horn 
or, waved as those of an ox. 

Buttress, London, an eagle displayed. 
In pericvlia audax. ,-5. 2 

Butts, Sufi, and Norf., a horse's head 
arg., armed and bridled or, on the head 
a plume of three feathers of the first 
and second. 50. 14 

Butts, Norf., a horse's head sorrel, the 
mane plaited arg. and or, on the liead 
a skull-plate az., and two feathers of 
the third and fourth. cf. 50. 14 

Butts, Suif., a horse's head caparisoned, 
all ppr., from the top of the head 
issuant two feathers, the dexter or, the 
sinister sa. cj. 50. 14 

Butts, De, a ferret passant ppr. 134. 6 

Butts of Dorking, Surrey, an arm couped 
at the elbow and erect ppr., grasping 
in the hand a fish arg. 220. 4 

Buxbull, a Saracen's head ppr., crowned 
or. 192. 9 

Buxton, Sir Thomas Fowell Victor, Bart., 
of Bellfield, Dorset, and of Runton, 



BYF 

Norf., a buck's head couped gu., 
attired or, gorged with a collar of the 
last, therefrom pendent an escutcheon 
arg., charged with an African's head 
sa. Do it ivith thy might. 248. 6 

Buxton, Henry Edmund, Esquire, of 
Fritton, Great Yarmouth, same crest 
and motto. 

Buxton, Sidney Charles, Esquire, of 
7, Grosvenor Crescent, S.W., same 
crest and motto. 

Buxton, Alfred St. Clair, Surgeon, 44, 
Devonshire Street, Portland Place, W., 
a stag's head couped gu., attired ct. 
Quicquid assequitur manus tua ut facias 
pro facultate tua fac. 

Buxton, Norf. and Derbysh., a pelican or, 
with wings expanded, vulning herself 
gu. ■ 98. I 

Buxton, a demi-doe ppr. 

By, Sussex, a demi-lion or, holding in the 
dexter paw a fleur-de-lis az. 13. 2 

By and Bye, two oak-branches in saltier. 
151. I 

Eyam, Somers., a wolf passant or, col- 
lared and lined vert. cf. 28. 10 

Byam, Sussex and Somers. : (i) A wolf 
passant or, collared and lined vert. 
cf. 28. 10. (2) A dragon's head erased 
ppr.. holding in the mouth a sinister 
hand couped gu., dropping blood. 
Claris dextera factis. 72. 6 

Byam, a dragon's head erased ppr., hold- 
ing in the mouth a sinister hand 
couped gu., dropping blood. 72. 6 

Byass, Worcs., between two wings az., a 
wing arg., charged with an escutcheon 
of the first, tliereon a fleur-de-lis of 
the second. Bi/ assiduity. 249. 1 1 

Byass, Robert NichoU, Esquire, of Wycl; 
Hill, Stow-on-Wold, same crest and 
motto. 

Byass, Sidney Hutchinson, Esquire, of 
Glanoqur, Bridgend, Glamorgan, same 
crest and motto. 

Byatt, Suff., out of an Eastern crown or, 
a dove rising ppr. 

Byckaor, see Bykenor. 

Byde, Herts, an arm erect ppr., vested 
az., cuffed arg., holding in the hand an 
anchor sa., the fluke or. 208. 3 

Byde, a demi-griffin az., armed and 

winged or, holding a garb of the last. 

cf. 65. 5 

Bydewell or Bidwell, a hand couped at 
the wrist in fess holding a curling- 
stone. 221. 2 

Bye, see By. 

Eyeing, an angel pointing upward ppr. 

Byer and Byers, Northamp., a griifin's 
head party per pale gu. and az., charged 
with a plieon arg. cf. 66. i 

Byerly, Byerley, and Byorley, London and 
Yorks, two lion's garabs ppr., holding 
a cross crosslet or. 39. 1 2 

Byers, Scotland, a cock regardant ppr. 
Marte sua tutus. 91. 9 

Byest, Shropsh., see Beist. 

Byleld or Eyfield, London, a cross cross- 
let fitched sa., between two palm- 
branches vert. cf. 166. 5 

BySeld, see Bifield. 

Eyfield, on a man's head bearded and 
affrontee a chapeau ppr. 

Byfield, London, an antelope trippant 
ppr. 126. 6 

Byfield, au antelope trippant ppr., collared 
or. cf. 126. 6 



BYF 

Byfleet, Cambs, a Saracen's head affrontee 
ppr., wreathed with a ribbon arg., tied 
in a bow-knot on the sinister side. 

c/. 190. 5 

Bylord and Byfford, Heref.. a lion's gamb 
erect or, holding an eagle's leg erased 
at the thigh sa. 38. 10 

Byford or Baylord, an owl arg. 96. 5 

Bygan, Yorlcs, an erm. ppr. cf. 134. 2 

Bygbery, Devonsh., a hand holding a leg 
in armour couped above the knee and 
spurred ppr. 220. 1 1 

Bygod or Bygode, Yorks, on a chapeau 
arg., turned up gu., charged with two 
bars az., a dolphin embowed and de- 
vouring the cap or. 

Bygot, seven arrows or, one in 

six in saltier. 173. 7 

Byirley, a lion's gamb holding up a 
human heart, all ppr. 30. 1 1 

Bykenor and Bicknor, Kent, an antelope's 
head gu., armed arg., collared or. 

c/. 126. 2 

Bykenor, a pheon erm. 174. 11 

Byles, out of a ducal coronet or, a lion's 

head per bend embattled arg. and gu. 

17- 5 

Bylney, Norf., out of a tower a demi- 
griftin sa. 157. 5 

Byhe, a hind regardant or, resting the 
dexter foot on a ball sa. cf. 124. 11 

Byng, Earl ot Strafford, see Strafford. 

Byng, Viscount Torrington, see Torring- 
ton. 

Byng, Midds., a heraldic antelope sta- 
tant erm., armed, crined, and ungu. 
or. Tucbor. cf. 127. 5 

Byng, Cranmer- : (:) A heraldic ante- 
lope trippant erm., attired, tusked, 
crined, and ungu. or (/( 



9J 

Byrch, a hare courant sa., collared or. 

<•/• 136. 3 
Byrch, Kent and Sussex, an eagle rising 
ppr., holding in the dexter claw a ban- 
ner az., charged with a cross clechee or, 
the staff, point, and tassels of the same. 
78. 14 
Byrch, Essex, a squirrel sejant eating an 
apple, and holding a branch of birch 
in the sinister foot. 
Byrch, Essex, a squirrel sejant, bendy 
wavy of six or and az., holding a 
branch of birch vert. 
Byrchett or Birket, of Kent and Rye, 
Sussex, a tiger vert, gorged with a 
ducal coronet or. cf. 27. 14 

e and I Byrdall, a stag's head erased ppr. 121. 2 
173. 7 I Byrde, Kent, a stag's head cabossed arg., 
up a between the atfires or, a bird of the 
last. 122. 9 

j Byrde, Lines, a demi-lion sa., guttee-de 
I sang. cf. 10. I 

Byrde, Captain Henry, of Pentre House, 
Goytrey, near Pontypool, same crest. 
Quid leone forlitis. 
Byrde, on a dolphin embowed ppr., an 
I eagle with wings addorsed or. 
! Byres, a cock regardant ppr. ilarte suo 
! tulus. gu 9 

Byres, Moir-, George, of Tonley White- 
house. Aberdeensh., same crest and 
motto. 
Byres of Coates, a bee volant or. Eule 
be ours. 137. I 

Byres, Scotland, a catherine-wheel. 

167.2 
Byres, see Byers. 

Byrmyncham, a cap per pale indented 
arg. and sa., between two wings ex- 
panded or. 



(2) A crane's head erm., erased ! Byrn, Ireland and England, a mermaid 

gu., pierced through the neck by an | ppr. 184. 5 

arrow in bend sinister or, barbed and j Byrne, Ireland, a mermaid ppr., charged 

flighted arg. {for Cranmer). Tuebor. j with three escallops or, holding in he 
Byng, Cranmer-, Lieutenant-Colonel j dexter hand a mirror and in her sinister 

Alfred Molyneux, Quendon Hall, New- a dart. 

port, same crests and motto. Byrne, Thomas Joseph. Esquire, J.P, of j 

Byngham, a hand ppr holding three Rossmakea, Dundalk, a mermaid ■ Bythesea, Rear-Admiral John, C.B., of 

branches of cinquefoil gu., leaved vert, holding in her dexter hand a mirror, j 22, Ashburne Place, S.W., same crest 

and charged on the sleeve sa. wit'n a j and in her sinister a comb, all ppr., I and motto. 

cross arg. 205. 12 1 and charged below the waist with an : Bythesea, Samuel Francis GIossop, Es- 

Byngley of Broughton, Flintsh., a pellet { escallop gu. Certavi et vici. 292. 5 i quire, of 36, Adelaide Crescent, 

charged with a pheon arg., between ; Byrne, Hon. Sir Edmund Widdrington, I _ Brighton,_ same crestand motto. 

two wings erect ( ' ' ' . « . „, 



CAD 

Byrne, of Cabineteely, Dublin, a mermaid 
holding in her dexter hand a mirror 
and in her sinister hand a comb, all 
ppr. Certavi et vici 184. 5 

Byrne and Byrn, a hand issuing from a 
cloud in pale holding a garb. 218. 3 

Byrom, Lanes, a hedgehog sa. 135. 8 

Byrom, Lanes, a hedgehog sa., charged 
for distinction with a 'cross crosslet 
arg. Anne a tons points. cf. 135. 8 

Byrom, Edward, Esquire, of Culver, near 
Exeter, and Kersall Cell, Lanes, Grira- 
ston Garth, Hull, same crest and motto. 

Byrom, out of a ducal coronet or, a tree 
vert. 145-9 

Byron, Rt. Hon. George Frederick 
William, Baron Byron, of Rochdale, 
Lanes, a mermaid with a comb and 
a mirror, all ppr. Crede Byron. 

184. 5 

Byron of Bayford, Herts, and Couldon, 
Surrey, a mermaid ppr. holding in her 
dexter hand an escutcheon suspended 
by a ribbon az., and in her sinister a 

Byrtwhysell, Lanes, a dolphin ppr. 140. 5 

Byshe, on a chapeau gu., turned up erm., 
a demi-lion or. I5- ^3 

Byshe, a mule passant arg. 

Byshoppe. Dublin, an eagle displayed gu. 
75- 2 

Bysse, on a mount vert, two snakes inter- 
woven and erect, respecting each other 
or. 

Bystley, a cross pattee gu., between two 
wings or. no. 7 

Bythell of Winchester, out of a ducal 

coronet or, a boar's head and neck arg. 

41. 4 

Bythesea of Week House, Wilts, and 
Freshford, Somer.s., an eagle displayed 
arg., charged on the breast with the 
Roman fasces erect, surmounting two 
swords in saltier, and encircled by a 
chaplet ppr., and on each wing with 
a cross crosslet fitchee gu. Mutare vd 
timere sperno. cf. JS- 



Byngley or Bynley, a harp or. 16S. 9 | 
Byorley, see Byerlcy. j 

Byrch, Essex, on a mount a birch -tree 

ppr. I 

Byrch, Beds, a hare courant sa. cf. 1 36. 3 I 



K.B., of 33, Lancaster Gate, W., a | Bythesea, Kent, out of a mural coronet 
mermaid ppr. holding in her dexter j arg., masoned sa., a griffin's head du- 
hand a mirror and in her sinister a \ cally gorged ppr. 67. 6 

comb, between two dexter hands ' Bywater, out of a ducal coronet, a hand 
apaumee couped at the wrists arg. i in armour holding a scimitar, all ppr. 
Certavi et viri. I 200. 1 1 



Cabbell, Benj. Bond, Esquire, of Cromer 
Hall, Norf., an arm in armour embowed 
grasping a sword, all ppr. 195. 2 

Cable, Ernest, Esquire, of Calcutta, in 
front of a fret sa., an escutcheon 
or, charged with a padlock of the 
first. 

Cabot, an escallop or. 141. 12 

Cabourne, Cabron, and Cabrone, of Tliras- 
throp. Lines, out of a ducal coronet or, 
arg., charged with a martlet 



Cabytott, Norf., a greyhound current az., ; 

collared and ringed or. cf. 58. 2 

Cacher, London, out of a ducal coronet | 

or, a demi-leopard arg., spotted and j 

collared of the first. cf. 23. 13 ! 

Caddei, Scotland, a tower gu., loopholes I 

and portway or. 1 56. 2 

CaddeU and "Cadell, Scotland, a stag's! 

head ppr. Vigilantia non cad'-t. | 

121. 5 

Caddey, a pile charged with a cross 

pattee fitched or. I 



Caddon, an arm in armour embowed 
holding in the hand an arrow in pale, 
surmounted by a bow stringed in fe.ss, 
the cord crossing in saltire over the 
arrow. ipS- 9 

Caddy, a cross crosslet vert. 166. 2 

Cade, Kent, a demi-cockatrice winged 
gu., combed or. 

Cade, Derbysh., a demi-lion rampant gu. 
10. 3 

Cade, Derbysh. and Essex, a demi-lion 
rampant gu., charged on the shoulder 



CAD 

with a bezant, and holding in the 
dexter paw a fleur-de-lis or. 

cj. 13. 2 

Cade, Francis Joseph, M.A., Teighmore, 
Cheltenham, a demi-lion rampant gu. 
Generositate. 

Cadell, London, a stag's head couped sa., 
collared arg., pendent from the collar 
an escutcheon of the arms — viz., arg., a 
cross engrailed vert, in the first quarter 
a stag's head caboshed. Deo duce. 

cj. 120. 8 

Cadell, M. G. I,. M.D., 15, Talbot Road, 
Bayswater, W., a stag's head erased. 
Vigilantia non cadet. 121.2 

Cadell, Colonel Thomas, of Cockenzie 
House, Prestonpans. a stag's head 
ppr. VigUarUia non cadet. 121. 2 

Cadell, see Caddell. 

Cadicott, a dexter hand per fess gu. and 
arg., holding a battle-axe. 213. 12 

Cadicott, a demi-ape ppr. cf. 1 36. 13 

Cadiman, London and Norf., a rock ppr. 
surmounted by a fleur-de-lis or. 

<■/■ I79. 7 

Cadman, a stork's head royally crowned 
ppr. 104. 7 

Cadman of Westbourne House, Yorks, 
same crest. Deus et palria. 

Cadman, Rev. John Montagu, M.A. 
(Cantab), of The Vicarage, Sedbergh, 
Yorks., in front of a rock a stork's 
head, both ppr., ducally crowned or. 
Detis et palria. 237. 19 

Cadman, Rev. William Snape, M.A., 
Vicar of Boxley, Kent, same crest and 
motto. 

Cadman, Charles William, Copmanhurst, 
Broomhill, Sheffield, same crest and 
motto. 

Cadman, John Heatoo, Ackworth, same 
crest and motto. 

Cadogan, Earl (Cadogan), Culford Halt, 
Bury St. Edmunds, out of a ducal 
coronet or, a dragon's head vert. Qui 
invidet minor est. 72. 4 

Cadurcis, a griffin's head erased gu., 
holding in the beak a trefoil vert, 
gorged vrith a ducal coronet or. 

cf. 71. S 

Cadwoodley, an antelope trippant per 
pale gu. and or, attired of the last. 

126. 6 

Cady, a merlin ppr., chained, tasselled 
and belled or. 

Cadye, Glouc, on a mount vert, a cocka- 
trice arg., combed and wattled gu., 
ducally gorged and chained or. 

Cssar, Hunts, a cross pattee. 165. 7 

Csesar, a dolphin embowed ppr., in the 
sea vert. cf. 1 40. 5 

Cafe, Claremont, Sidmouth, Devonsh., in 
front of a sword erect, point down- 
wards arg., hilted or, an escutcheon 
az., charged with a Saracen's head 
couped, also arg. Coup sur coup. 

171. 8 

Cafe, Charles Haydon Wilkinson, Esquire, 
same crest and motto. 

Cafe, General William Martin, V.C, of 
Wetherby Place, South Kensington, 
same crest. From Caf to Caf. 

Cage, Kent, a stag trippant erm., attired 
or, charged on the shoulder with an 
annulet gu. 117. 9 

Cahan and Cahane, Ireland, an arm em- 
bowed holding a sword ppr. 201. 4 



Cahill, Ireland and England, a lion's 
gamb holding a scimitar ppr. 38. 13 

Cahill and Cabil, Ireland, a demi-buU 
rampant sa., gorged with a chaplet 
vert. 45. 14 

Cahill, John Nugent, Esquire, J. P., of 
Ballyconra, co. Kilkenny, Ireland, an 
anchor erect entwined with a cable 
ppr., out of the dexter fluke an oak- 
branch, also ppr. In Domino confido. 
299. 10 

Cahill, John, M.D., 12, Seville Street, 
Lowndes Square, S.W., same crest and 
motto. 

Cabn, Cahan, and Cahun, Scotland, a 
stag's head erased. Si je puis. 

121. 2 

Cahurta, a stag erm., attired or. 

121. 5 

Caillard of Wingfield House, Wilts, a 
quail ppr. Aid-toi, Dieu t'aidera. 

cf 89. 12 

Caillard, same crest and motto. 

Cain and Caine, a demi-antelope per 
fesse arg. and az., collared and attired 
or. 126. 3 

Cain, William Joseph, Esquire, of Wood- 
bourna Square. Douglas, Isle of Man, 
in front of a demi-heraldic antelope gu., 
armed and gorged with a collar gemel 
or, semee of plates, supporting between 
its legs a mullet of six points, pierced 
arg., a rock ppr. £sto quod esse 

Caird, a demi-friar issuing, holding in his 
hand a staff erect ppr. 

Caird, Henryson-, James Alexander, of 
Cassencary, Creetown, N.B., a dexter 
hand fesseways couped at the WTist 
ppr., holding a star of six points 
ensigned with a crescent arg. Virtus 
sola nobilital. 286. 1 1 

Cairleon, a crass moline lozenge-pierced 
erm. cf. i6^. 11 

Cairncross of Balmashaner, Scotland, a 

dagger in pale ppr. Certamine porta. 

169. 2 

Cairne, Scotland, a hand holding a fish 
ppr. 220. 4 

Cairnes, Scotland, a fleur-de-lis. Efflo- 

Cairnes, Scotland, a cinquefoil ppr. 
Effioresco. 148. 12 

Cairnes, on a tower a martlet statant 
ppr. 156. 9 

Cairnie, Scotland, a ship under sail. ppr. 
1 6c. 13 

Cairnie, on a cinquefoil vert, a martlet 
sa. Ad alia. 

Cairns, Earl (Cairns), I.indisfarne, near 

Bournemouth, a martlet arg., charged 

with a trefoil slipped vert. Effioresco. 

cf. 95. 4 

Cairns, Scotland, a bell az. Suh spe. 

168. 7 

Cairns, Scotland, a palm-tree ppr. Vir- 
tus ad cethera lendil. 144. 15 
, Cairns of Pilmor, a cinquefoil ppr. Effio- 
I resco. 148. 12 

Cairns, Scotland, a stag's head erased 
ppr., between the attires a cross crosslet 
fitched. Semper fidelis. 120. 12 

Caithness, Earl of (Sinclair), 59, Inverness 
Terrace, W., a cock ppr. Commit thy 
work to God. 91. 2 

Calamount, an antelope's head erased 
erm., attired arg. 126. 2 

Calamy, a hedgehog ppr. 135. 8 



CAL 

Calandrine, a demi-eagle displayed arg., 
holding in the beak a scroll, thereon 
the motto Sursum. 81. 14 

Calcot, see Caldecot. 

Calcott, Hants, a lion sejant collared 
and lined. Dieu avec nous. 7. 4 

Caleraft of Ingress, Kent, and Rempston, 
Dorset, a greyhound current sa., col- 
lared and ringed arg., charged on the 
body with a pallet wavy or. cf. 58. 2 

Caleraft, William Montague, Esquire, of 
Remp.ston, Wareham, Dorset, same 
crest. 

Caleraft of Ancaster Hall, Lines, a grey- 
hound current sa., charged with a cross 
crosslet or. cf. 58. i 

Caldecot, Oxon., a demi-heraldic tiger or, 
tufted, maned, and attired with two 
straight horns sa., the horns wreathed 
of the first and last. 

Caldecot, Chesh., an ostrich ppr. 97. 2 

Caldecott, a demi-lion rampant or, 
charged on the shoulder with a cinque- 
foil gu. cf. 10. 2 

Caldecott, Colonel Chailes Thomas, of 
Holbrook Grange, Rugby, a demi-lion 
rampant gu., charged on the shoulder 
with a cinquefoil arg. In utrumque 

Calder, a stag's head cabossed ppr. 

122. 5 

Calder, within a serpent in orle a boar's 
head erased and erect. 41. 11 

Calder of Lynegar, a stag's head cabossed 
sa. Vigilans non cadit. 122. 5 

Calder, a swan ppr., crowned or. Be 
mindful. 99. 4 

Calder, Bart., Scotland, a swan swimming 
in a loch, bordered with flags ppr. 
Vigilans non cadet. 99. 8 

Calder, in water a duck swimming ppr. 
102. 7 

Calderwood of Pittedy, a dexter hand 
holding a palm-branch ppr. Veritas 
premitur non opprimilur. 219. 9 

Calderwood of Polton, a phoenix in flames 
ppr. Virtus sibi preemium. 82. 2 

Calderwood, Scotland, a beehive ppr., 
with bees volant. 137. 7 

Calderwood, Scotland, a dove holding in 
its beak a palm-branch ppr. Spero. 

cf. 92. 5 

Caldicote, a lion statant gardant ppr., 
supporting an esquire's helmet embel- 
lished or. Si Deus pro nobis quis contra 
nos. cf. 4. I 

Caldmore, a demi-Turk vested holding 
in his dexter hand a staff headed with 
a crescent. 

Caldron, a dexter hand holding a palm- 
branch slipped ppr. 219. II 

CaldwaU of Alston, Staffs, a cock's head 
arg., beaked, combed, and wattled gu., 
between two wings expanded sa., hold- 
ing in the beak a cross pattee fitchee 
or. 90. 7 

Caldwell, Bart., Ireland, out of a ducal 
coronet a sceptre or, entwined with 
two serpents vert, between two wings 
ppr. 170. 13 

Caldwell, Scotland, a fountain throwing 
up water ppr. 159. 13 

Caldwell, issuing out of a mural crown 
or, a dexter arm in armour, the hand 
holding a sword in bend, all ppr. Fac 
et spera. cf. 2 1 o. 2 

Caldwell, a demi-Uon grasping a broken 
scimitar, all ppr. cf. 10. 2 



F 



CAL 

Caldwell, Charles Henry Bulwer, Esquire, 
of New Grangs, co. Meath, the Cedars, 
Windlesham, Surrey, issuant from a 
naval crown or, a demi-lion, the 
dexter paw grasping a scimitar ppr., 
pommel and hilt gold, the sinister 
resting on an anchor erect, also ppr. 
Ense liberfatem petit. 

Caldwell, Colonel Robert Townley, of 
Brook House, Cambridge, and Innes- 
hewen, Abo3me, N.B., out of an 
Eastern crown arg.. the rim inscribed 
" Gooty " in letters sa., a demi-lion 
rampant, holding in his dexter paw a 
falchion ppr., and supporting in his 
sinister paw an escutcheon az. charged 
with a representation of a medal 
conferred upon Sir Alexander Caldwell 
in commemoration of his services at 
the siege of Seringapatam, pendent 
from a ribbon tenne. Virtus et spes. 

Caldwell, out of an Eastern crown or, a 
demi-lion gu., holding in the dexter 
paw a sword ppr., pommel and hilt of 
the first, supporting between the paws 
two flag-staves in bend sinister, the 
one being that of the Union flag of 
Great Britain surmounting the other 
with the staff broken, being a flag 
swallow-tailed vert, semee of mullets 
arg. Virtus et spes. 

Caldwell, Hugh, Esquire, of Blackwood, 
near Newport, Monm., a demi-lion 
rampant, holding in its dexter paw a 
broken scymitar, all ppr. Aspiro. 

275. 2 

Caldwell, Norf., a demi-cock rising. 90. 9 

Caldwell, Bart., Quebec, out of a ducal 
coronet or, a dexter cubit arm in pale 
ppr., grasping a cross Calvary gu. 
Sapcre aude. 

Caldwell, Staffs, a lion couchant arg., 
gorged with two bars, the upper sa., 
the lower vert, holding between the 
paws a cold well ppr. Niti facere ex- 
periri. 

Caldwoodley, Devonsh., an antelope trip- 
pant. 126. 6 

Calebot, Norf., a greyhound current az., 
collared and rinsed or. c/. 58. 2 

Caledon, Earl Ol (Alexander), Caledon, 
CO. Tyrone, Ireland, an arm in armour 
embowed ppr., holding in the hand a 
sword of the last. Per mare, per 
terras. 195. 2 

Calender and Callandar, Scotland and 

Ireland, out of an Eastern coronet or, 

a dexter hand holding up a billet ppr. 

215. 14 

Calibut, a stag's head at gaze az. 

c/. 119. 12 

Call, Sir William George Montagu, Bart., 
of Whiteford, Cornw., a demi-lion ram- 
pant holding in his paws a trumpet 
fessewise arg. Grata manu. cf. 9. 1 5 

Callagan and O'Callagan, Ireland, a naked 
arm embowed holding in the hand a 
sword with a snake entwined round 
the blade, the head towards the hand, 
aU ppr. c/. 201. 3 

Callagan, a morion ppr. 180. i 

Callandar and Callender, a dexter hand 
holding a billet ppr. / mean well. 

215. II 

Callander, George Frederick William, of 
Craigforth, Stirling, and Ardkinglass, 
Argyll, a dexter hand ppr., holding a 
billet or. I mean well. 215.11 



95 

Callander, Bart., Stirlingsh., out of an 
Eastern crown or, a dexter cubit arm 
ppr., holding in the hand a billet. Et 
domi et foris. 215. 14 

Callander and Callendar, two elephants' 
probosces addorsed per fess gu. and 
or. 123. 10 

Callarde and Calliarde, Norf., a demi- 
lion sa., supporting a double scaling- 
ladder or. 

Callender-Brodie, John Sharp, Esquire, 
of Idvies, Forfar, and 26, Moray Place, 
Edinburgh, a dexter hand holding a 
sheaf of arrows ppr. Be mind/itl to 
unite {jor Brodie). A dexter hand ppr., 
holding a billet or. / mean well (for 
Callender). 

Calley, Colonel Thomas Charles PleydeU, 
Burderop Park, Wilts, a demi-lion 
holding in the dexter paw a battle- 
axe arg., handle gu., and charged on 
the shoulder with a bend of the last, 
thereon three mullets of the first. 
Callide et honeste. 15. 6 

Callis, out of a ducal coronet a cocka- 
trice's head between two wings, all 
ppr. 6S. II 

Callore, on a ducal coronet a sheaf of 
arrows environed by a serpent. 173. 1 1 

Calloum, a sinister arm in armour em- 
1 10 Med to the sinister ppr., holding a 
battle-axe handle downwards or. 

Callow, on a ducal coronet a peacock 
ppr. 103. 8 

Callwell, Scotland, a hand erect ppr., 
holding a cross pattee fitchee gu. 

221. 12 

Calmady of Langdon Hall, Devonsh., a 
Pegasus sa., ungu. and collared or. 
Sirnilis frondescit virga metallo. 

cf. 47. I 

Calrow of Adlington, Chesh., and Walton 
Lodge, near Preston, Lanes, a beehive, 
thereon perched a dove with wings 
elevated, holding in the beak a sprig of 
olive, all ppr. Industria. 

Calshill, a dexter wing erect or. 109. 7 

Calston, the moon in her complement. 

c/. 162. 4 

Calthorp and Calthrop, Suff. and Norf., 
a boar's head and neck az., armed and 
bristled or. 41. i 

Calthorpe, Bart., a boar's head and ueck 
couped vert. 

Calthorpe, Baron (Gough Calthorpe), 
Elvetham. Winchfield, Hants: (i) A 
boar's head couped at the neck az. 
(2) A boar's head couped arg., pierced 
through the cheek with a broken spear. 
Gradu divcrso via una. 

Calthorpe, Lieutenant-General the Hon. 
Somerset John Gough, Perry Hall, 
Birmingham, same crests and motto. 

Calthrop, HoUway-, Henry Calthrop, 
Esquire, of Stanhoe Hall, Norf.: (i) 
In front of a boar's head couped at the 
neck az., collared gemelle or, three 
annulets interlaced of the last {for 
Calthrop). 41. 7. (2) A goat's head 
couped arg., semee of crescents, and 
holding in the mouth two trefoils 
slipped, all gu. {for Holltoay). Qncerere 
veru7n. 128. 6 

Caltoft, Lines, a rose gu., between two 
laurel-branches vert. 149. 11 

Calton of Catsworth, Hunts, a talbol 
passant arg., collared and lined or. 

54- 5 



CAM 

Calton of Babram, Cambs, a boar passant 
arg. 40. 9 

Calverley and Calveley, Chesh. and 
Yorks, out of a ducal coronet or, a 
calf's head affrontee sa. 43. 6 

Calverley, Sussex and Surrey, a horned 
owl arg. En caligine Veritas. 96. 5 

Calverley of Cockerham, Lanes, a horned 
owl arg., guttce-de-poix. cf. 96. 5 

Calverley, John .Selwyn, Oulton Hall, 
Yorks, a horned owl arg. 

Calverley, Edmond Leveson, Esquire, of 
1 8, Cheyne Gardens, S.W., same crest. 

Calverley, Horace Walter, Esquire, of 
38, South Eaton Place, S.W., same 
crest. 

Calverley- Rudston, Trevor Wheeler, of 
Allerthorpe Hall, Pocklington, Yorks, 
a bear's paw erect pean, grasping a 
cross moUne erminois. 

Calvert, out of a mural coronet arg., two 
spears erect, therefrom two forked 
pennons flowing to the dexter, one 
erminois, the other pean, the staves 
gu. 

Calvert, out of a ducal coronet or, two 
staves with pennons flying to the dex- 
ter side, the dexter of the first, the 
sinister sa. 

Calvert, Archibald Motteux, Oekley 
Court, Surrey, same crest. Falti 
masghii parole femine. 

Calvert, John Jackson, Esquire, of 
Woodlands, Marrickville, near Sydney, 
N.S.W., Clerk of the Parliaments, 
N.S.W. : (i) A mount vert, thereon 
an owl erm., gorged with a collar az., 
pendent therefrom an escocheon sa., 
charged with three gouttes, two and 
one, arg. (for Calvert). (2) A goat's 
head az., erased, armed, and crined 
or, charged on the neck with a pheon 
of the last {for Jackson). cf. 128. 5 

Calwodley, an antelope trippant per pale 
gu. and or, attired of the last. 126. 6 

Calwood, a dexter hand holding a palm- 
branch vert. 219. II 

Cam and Camm, a dove between two 
laurel-branches in orle. 92. 12 

Camac and Camic, a martlet sa. 95. 5 

Cambell, Essex, a bear's head couped per 
fess or and az., muzzled gu. 34. 14 

Cambell, a lion's head affrontee ppr. 

Cambell, a swan ppr., ducally crowned 

or, between two laurel-branches vert. 

cf. 99- 4 

Cambell, a swan ppr., crowned or. 

99-4 

Cambell, a boar's head couped in fess. 

43- I 

Camber, Essex, a Saxon crown per pale 
sa. and arg., between two wings ex- 
panded, counterchanged. 1 10. 9 

Camborne, Cornw., three broken spears 
or, tied together with a band gu., two 
in saltier, one in pale. 

Cambridge, Duke of, upon a coronet 
composed of crosses pattee and straw- 
berry leaves a lion statant guardant 
and crowned with a like coronet, all 
or, differenced by a label of three 
points arg., the centre point charged 
with the cross of St. George, and each 
of the other points with two hearts in 
pale gu. 

Cambridge and Cambrige, a lion passant 
gardant ppr. 4. 3 



CAM 

Cambridge, a griffin's head erased or, 
holding in the beali a cross crosslet 
fitched of the same. c/. 66. 2 

Cambridge, Pickard- of Bloxworth House, 
Dorset: (i) A griffin's head erased 
sa., serai'-e of trefoils, holding in 
the beak a cross botony fitcliee or 
(for Cambridge). (2) A lion sejant 
arg., charged on the shoulder with 
an ermine spot, and gorged with a 
collar gemelle sa., supporting with 
the dexter fore-paw an escutcheon 
gu., charged with a fleur-de-lis within 
a bordure or (lor Pickard). Esse quam 
videri. 

Camden, Marquess (Pratt), Bayham 
Abbey, Lamberhurst, Kent: (i) An 
elephant's head erased arg. [for Pratt). 
133- 3- (') A dragon's head erased 
vert, holding in the mouth a sinister 
hand couped at the -wrist gu., and 
about the neck a chain, and pendent 
therefrom a portcullis or (for Jeffreys). 
Judicium parium, aut lev Icrrce. 

of. 72. 6 

Camden, on a pile or, six estoiles gu. 

Camden, a cross pattee per pale sa. and 
arg., between two wings counter- 
changed. 1 10. 7 

Camel, a camel's head. i3-- 7 

Cameron, Sir Charles, Bart., Balclutha, 
Greenock, N.B., on a rock ppr. five 
arrows points downwards barbed and 
feathered az., enfiled with an annulet 
gu. Pro patria. 254. 2 

Cameron, a sheaf of five arrows tied with 
a band gu. 173-3 

Cameron, Donald, Esquire, Chief of 
Clan Cameron, of Achnacarry, Spean 
Bridge, Inverness-sh., and of Loohiel : 
(i) A dexter arm in armour embowed 
brandishing a sword, all ppr. (2) A 
sheaf of five arrows tied with a band 
gu. Pro rrge et patria.—U iiite. 195. 2 

Cameron, Scotland, an arm in armour 
embowed brandishing a broadsword 
ppr. Pro regc et patria. 195. 2 

Cameron of Glendessary, an arm in 
armour holding in the hand a sword 
ppr. Hinc orior. 210. 2 

Cameron, Allan Gordon. Letterwalton. 
Ledaig, Argyllsh., same crest. Pro 
Rege et patria. 

Cameron, Bart, [extinct), Scotland: (i) 
Out of a mural coronet or, a dexter arm 
in armour embowed, the hand grasping 
a sword, all ppr. 195. 9. (2) As an 
honourable augmentation, a High- 
lander of the 92nd Foot up to the 
middle in water, grasping in his dexter 
hand a broadsword, and in his sinister 
a banner inscribed " 9271^," all within 
a wreath of laurel. Over the crests 
" Arriverette" ; underthearms " Maija.'' 

Cameron, Sir Roderic William, of Glen- 
nevis, Canada, and Clifton Berney, 
Staten Island, New York, a cubit arm 
erect ppr., the hand grasping a flagstaff 
in bend sinister, also ppr., therefrom 
flowing a banner arg., charged with 
a lymphad sa. Hinc orior. 267. 15 

Cameron, Hants, a dexter arm in armour 
embowed ppr., holding in the hand a 
sword, also ppr., hilt and pommel or. 
195. 2 

Cameron, John, Esquire, of Meiklehill 
House, Kirkintilloch, X.B., same crest. 
Pro rege et patria. 



96 

Cameron, Henry Lovett, Millbrook House, 
Shepperton, same crest. Pro rege et 
patria. 

Cameron, a lion's gamb sa., holding a flag 
arg., charged with an eagle with two 
heads displayed, also sa. 35. 12 

Camfield and Camfyld, Norf., out of a 
tower a demi-lady ppr. 

Camfield, an arm erect couped at the 
elbow, vested, holding in the hand 
three wheat-ears ppr. c/. 205. 7 

CamiC, «ee Camao. 

Camm, see Cam. 

Camm, a cross gu., charged with a cres- 
cent or. 

Camm, John Brooke Maker, M.A., Burn- 
ham Grange, Bournemouth, on a Greek 
cross of the second, a crescent of the 
first. Per crucem ad lucem. 

Cammell, Charles, Esquire, of the Hall, 
Hutton's Anibo, Yorks., a camel's head 
erased arg., gorged with a collar gemelle 
sa., holding in the mouth a trefoil 
slipped sa. Perseverando. 296. 10 

Cammell, Charles David Wilson, Ash- 
wicke Hall, Marshfield, Chippenham, 
same crest and motto. 132. :o 

Cammell, Bernard Edward, Esquire, of 
Folly Court, Wokingham, Berks, same 
crest and motto. 

Cammell, Archibald Allen, Esquire, of 
Brookfield Manor, Hathersage, Shef- 
field, same crest and motto. 

Camoys, Baron (Stonor), Stonor Park, 
Henley-on-Thames, on a wreath or 
and az., a rock arg., charged with 
spots gu. and az., and a dove pecking 
thereat nith a stone gu. in its beak. 

259. 12 

Camoys or Camays, a lion's head erased 
az., holding in the mouth a trefoil 
slipped vert. cf. 17. 8 

Camp, a griffin's head erased, ducally 
gorged, holding in the beak a branch 
of laurel, all ppr. 66. 1 1 

Campbell, Duke of Argyll, -ice Argyll. 

Campbell, Marquess of Breadalbane, see 
Breadalbane. 

Campbell, Earl of Loudoun, .sec Loudoun. 

Campbell, Earl Cawdor, see Cawdor. 

Campbell, Lord Stratheden and Campbell, 

Campbell, Baron Clyde, see Clyde. 
Campbell, -m M'lver-Campbeil. 
Campbell-Davys, see Davys. 
Campbell-Douglas, see Douglas-Campbell- 

r)..,i-ia-. 
Campbell-Orde, Bart., see Orde. 
Campbell, Earl of Islay, a boar's head 

couped. Memini. 43- i 

Campbell, Baron, a boar's head erased 

gyrony of eight or and sa. Audacter 

et aperte. 42. 2 

Campbell of Ormidale, Argyllsh., a boar's 

head couped or. Ne obliviscaris. 43. i 
Campbell, Major-General Frederick Lorn, 

12, Cranley Gardens, S.W., a boar's 

head erased or. Nil tibi. — Ciod a sin 

Campbell of Asknish, a boar's head couped 
or. Nunquam obliviscar. 43. i 

Campbell, Maclver Forbes Morison Mac- 
Iver, of Ballochyle, Argyllsh., a 
boar's head couped ppr. / %oill not 
forget. 43. i 

Campbell, William Eose, Esquire, of 
Ballochyle, Argyllsh., same crest and 
motto. 43. I 



CAM 

I Campbell, Colin George Pelham, Stone- 
! field, Argyllsh., a boar's head couped 
transpierced by a sword and a javelin 
in saltire. Non obliviscar. 
1 Campbell, a boar's head couped sa. Usque 
I ad aras. 43. i 

I Campbell of Lis, Argyllsh., a boar's 
1 head couped ppr. Deo volenle. 43. i 
[ Campbell, Major-General Patrick John, 
1 the Albany, Piccadillv, same crest. 
: Nil tibi. 

Campbell, Colonel Aylmer M'lver, of 

Asknish, Argyllsh., a boar's head couped 

or. Nunquam obliviscar. 43. i 

Campbell of Monzie, Perth, a boar's 

head erased ppr. Follow me. 42. 2 

Campbell, Rt. Hon. James Alexander, of 

Stracathro, Forfarsh., a boar's head 

, erased ppr. Ne. obliviscaris. 42. 2 

Campbell, Sir Guy Theophilus, Bart., 

of the Lodge, Thames Ditton, Surrey, 

and Scotland, a boar's head in fess 

erased or, langued gu. Folloiv me. 

42. 2 
Campbell, John, Esquire, of Rathfern, 
White Abbey, co. Antrim, same crest. 
1 Nc obliviscaris. 

j Campbell of Slochaster, Scotland, a boar's 
head erased chequy or and sa. Sequor. 
42. 2 
I Campbell of Lochdochart, a boar's head 
I erased ppr. Eecte sequor. 42. 2 

j Campbell of Port Glasgow, a boar's head 
I erased ppr. Deo volente. 42. 2 

Campbell, a boar's head erased ppr. 
I Follow vie. 42. 2 

j Campbell, James, Esquire, of Craignish 
j and Ardnagreggan, Callander, N.B., a 
j boar's head erased ppr. Fit via vi. 

42. 2 

j Campbell, James, Esquire, of TuUichewan 

I Castle, Alexandria, Dunibartonsh., 

i same crest and motto. 

I Campbell of London and Middlesex, a 

I boar's head erased or. 42. 2 

I Campbell-Bannerman, Sir Henry, M.P.. 

of 6, Grosvenor Place, and Hunton' 

Court, Kent: (i) On the dexter side 

a demi-man in armour ppr. (jor 

Bannerman). 187. i. (2) On the 

sinister side a boar's head erased ppr. 

(for Campbell). Patrice. fiAdis.—Ne 

obliviscaris. 42. 2 

Campbell, Alexander, Esquire, of CammOj 

Midlothian, a boar's head erased sa., 

armed and langued gu. Follow, me. 

42. 2 
Campbell, Duncan, Esquire, of Inverneill 
and Ross, Argyllsh., a boar's head 
erased or, langued gu. Fit via vi. 

42. 2 

Campbell, Sir Gilbert Edward, Bart., of 

Carrick-Buoy, Ireland, an Eastern 

crown surmounted by a boar's head 

erased ppr. Ne obliviscaris. 

cf. 42. 2 

Campbell of Lawers, a boar's head erect 

and erased az. Fac et spera. 43. 3 

Campbell of Colgrain, Dumbarton, a 

boar's head erect and erased or, armed 

and langued az. Fac et spera. 43. 3 

Campbell of Park, a boar's head erased 

and erect or, langued az. Fac et spera. 

43- 3 

Campbell, Henry A., Esquire, of Eastwell 

Park, Ashford, Kent, a boar's head 

erased and erect or, langued az. Foe 

et spera. 43. J 



CAM 

Campbell, Henry Alexander, Esquire, of 

Lynford Hall, Mundford, Norf., a boar's 

head erect and erased or. Fac et spera. 

43- 3 

Campbell, William Middleton, Esquire, of 

Camis-Eskan, Helensburgh, N.B., and 

Fen Place, Turner's Hill, Sussex, same 

crest and motto. 
Campbell, a dove holding in its beak an 

olive-branch ppr. Gaudimn ad/ero. 

92. 5 
Campbell of Gargunnock, a stork ppr. 

Sefero. 105. 11 

Campbell, Scotland, a swan gorged with 

ducal coronet ppr. Be miyid/id.c/. 99. 2 
Campbell of Ardchattan Priory, Argyllsh. 

a swan with wings elevated arg., 

crowned with an Eastern crown or. 

Be mindful. cj. 99. 4 

Campbell of Calder, a swan ppr., crowned 

or. Be mindfid. cf. 99. 2 

Campbell, Sir John William, Bart., of 

Ardnamurchan and Airds, same crest 

and motto. ef. 99. 2 

Campbell of Moy, Elgin, Scotland, a swan 

rising ppr., crowned or. Be ever mind- 

h'l. 99- 4 

Campbell of Auchmannoch, Ayrsh., a 

two-headed eagle displayed gu., in a 

fiame of fire or. / byde my tyme. 

(2) Three ears of barley bladed ppr. 74. 6 
Campbell, Arthur, Esquire, of Catrine 

House, Ayrsh., W.S., crest as first 

above, same motto. 
Campbell, issuing out of water a demi- 

eagle displayed with two heads, above 

it the sun shining ppr. 82. 10 

Campbell, Ireland, the wings of an eagle 

conjoined ppr. Vlterius et melius. 

113. I 
Campbell of Fairfield, Ayrsh., an eagle's 

head erased ppr. Constanter et pru- 

duitia. 66. 2 

Campbell of Skerrington, an eagle's head. 

Constans et prudens. 66. i 

Campbell, Scotland, an eagle's head 

couped ppr. Constanter et prudentia. 

66. I 

Campbell of Treesbank, AsTsh., a phoenix 

head erased or. Constanter et pru- 

Campbell of Sornbeg, Ayrsh., same crest 
and motto. 

Campbell, George James, of Cessnock, a 
phoenix's head erased or. Constanter 
et prudenter. 

Campbell of Glassnock, Ayrsh., a 
phoenix head couped ppr. Constans et 
prudens. 

Campbell of Shawfield and Islay, a griffin 
spgreant holding the sun between its 
claws ppr. Fidus amicus. 62. 6 

Campbell, Somerset-, Captain Walter 
Douglas, of Holly Grove, Windsor 
Park, same crest and motto. 

Campbell, James Carter, Esquire, J.P., 
of Ardpatrick, Tarbert, Argyllsh. { i ) A 
griffin segreant holding the sun be- 
tween the fore-paw. (2) Two oars of a 
galley in saltire. Terra mare fide. 

Campbell of Woodhall, Lanarksh., a griffin 
segreant holding in his claws the sun 
ppr. Fidus amicus. 62. 6 

Campbell, Sir Archibald Spencer Lind- 
sey, Bart., of Succoth, Scotland, and 
23, Moray Place, Edinburgh, a camel's 
head couped ppr. Labor omnia 
superat. 132. 7 



97 

Campbell of Inveraw, a hart's head ppr. 
Pro oris et focis. 1 2 1 . 5 

Campbell of Glenfeochin, a stag's head 
ppr. Mar bu mhianu dom. — Fortitu- 
dine et prudentia. 121. 5 

Campbell of Glenfeachar, a goat statant 
az., armed and ungu. or, holding in 
the mouth a sprig of ivy ppr. Marbu 
mhianu lean. 129. 9 

Campbell, a lion sejant affrontee and 
erect gardant, holding in the dexter 
paw a sword, and in the sinister a 
crown of laurel. Victoriam coronat 
Christus. cf. 7. 3 

Campbell, Sir James, Bart., of Aberu- 
chill, Perthsh., Kilbryde Castle, Dun- 
blane, Perthsh., and Whitemead Park, 
Coleford, Glouc, a lion affrontee gu., 
crowned with laurel, and holding in the 
dexter paw a sword ppr., hilted and 
pommelled or, and in the sinister a dag 
or Highland pistol, also ppr. Sequitur 
victoria forteis. 

Campbell, John Logan, Esquire, M.D., 
F.R.C.G., of Kilbryde, Auckland, New 
Zealand, a lion affrontee gu., crowned 
with laurel, and holding in the dexter 
paw a sword ppr., hilted and pommelled 
or, and in the sinister a dag or High- 
land pistol, also ppr. Seqxtitur victoria 
forteis. 

Campbell of Glenlyon, a demi-lion ram- 
pant ppr., gorged with a collar gyronny 
of eight or and sa., and holding in his 
dexter paw a heart gu., crowned or. 
Quce recta seq^tor. 

Campbell, Sir Archibald Ava, Bart., 
Scotland: (i) On a mount vert, a 
Burmese warrior on horseback armed 
and accoutred ppr. (2) Out of an 
Eastern crown or, a demi-lion ppr., 
supporting with the dexter paw a 
man's heart gu., crowned or. Persever- 
antia victor. 

Campbell, Suff., a lion's head affrontee 
y)pr. / heare in minde. cf. 18. i 

Campbell, London, a demi-hound az.. 
gorged with a ducal coronet or. Fces- 
tina lente. — Dieu pour nous. 55. 12 

Campbell, TJeutenant-Colonel Duncan, of 
South Hall, Colintraive, N.B., a hart's 
head, erased ppr. Pro oris et focis. 

Campbell, Graham-, Robert Charles, of 
Shervin. Lochgilphead; (i) A hart's 
head erased ppr. (2) An escallop or. 
Pignus amoir. — Pro aris et focis. 

Campbell, Scotland, a ship at anchor 
ppr. Vincit labor. 160. 4 

Campbell of Ardkinlis, a galley, her oars 
in action sa. Set on. 160. 7 

Campbell, Sir Archibald Campbell, Bart., 
of Blythswood, Renfrewsh., J. P., D.L. : 
160. 6. (i) A lymphad sa. 160. 6. 
(2) On a cap of maintenance ppr., a 
salamander vert, encircled with flames 
of fire, also ppr. 138. 2. (3) A human 
heart ensigned with an imperial crown 
ppr. Vincit labor. — Jamais arriere. 

Campbell - Horsfall, Charles, Esquire, 
M.B., Ch.B. (Vict. Univ.), of Clevedon, 
Somerset : (,i ) A dexter cubit arm, 
holding a tilting-spear in bend sinister. 
214. II. (2) A boar's head ereised. 
Audaces juvo. 42. 2 

Campbell of Skipness Castle, Argyllsh., 
two oars of a galley in saltier. Terra 
marique fides. 179. 3 



CAM 

Campbell of AuchawiUing, two oars of a 
galley in saltier. Armis et fide. 179. 3 

Campbell, same crest. Vi et fide. 

Campbell, Rev. Archibald Ean, of All 
Souls' Vicarage, Leeds, same crest. 
Terra mare que fides. 

Campbell, .■Mexander James Henry, of 
Dunstaffnage, Argyllsh., an anchor in 
pale reversed az. Vigilando. cf. 161.1 

Campbell, Pleydell-Bouverie- : (i) Two 
oars of a galley in saltire ppr. (for 
Campbell). 179. 3. (2) A denii-eagle 
displayed with two heads sa., ducally 
gorged or, and charged on the breast 
with a cross crosslet arg. (for Bouverie) 
Vis et fides. — Patria cara, carior 
libertas. 

Campbell of Glenfalloeh, Perth, a human 
heart gu., pierced through with an 
arrow bendwise ppr. Thus far. 181. 10 

Campbell, Cockburn-, Sir Thomas, Bart., 
of Gartsford, Scotland: (i) A cubit 
arm erect, holding in the hand a sci- 
mitar ppr. (/or Ca)»p6eM). 213.:;. (2) 
A cock ppr. (for Cockburn). Without 
fear. — Vigilans et audax. 91. 2 

Campbell of Barbieston, Ayrsh., a hand 
and arm holding a dagger, with the 
sun above in his splendour, all ppr. 
Honore et armis. cf. 212. 3 

Campbell, Captain John, Madras Native 
Infantry, a dexter hand couped in fess, 
grasping a dagger erect gu. / forget not. 

Campbell, Sir Hugh Hume-, Bart., of 
Marchmont, Berwick, a dexter hand 
issuing from a heart and grasping a 
scimitar, all ppr. True to the end. — 
Fides probata coronat. 213. 4 

Campbell, Scotland, an arm in armour 
embowed holding in the hand a 
dagger. Paratus sum. 196. 5 

Campbell of Ottar, Scotland, a hand in 
pale holding a dirk erect ppr. Pro 
patria semper. 212. o 

Campbell, Burnley-, Lieutenant-Colonel 
Hardin, of Ormidale, Colintraive, 
Argyllsh., same crest and motto. 

Campbell, Archibald Argyle, of Lochnell, 
Argyllsh., a dexter hand holding a spear 
in bend. Audaces juvo. — Arvia parata 
fero. 214. II 

Campbell, Colin, Esquire, of Ardfin 
House, Jura, Argyllsh., a hand holding 
a lance ppr. Audaces juvo. 214. 11 

Campbell, James Archibald, Esquire, of 

Craigie, Ayrsh., a dexter hand and 

arm couped at the elbow and erect 

ppr., holding a spur or. Forget me not. 

cf. 217. 14 

Campbell of Craigie House, Ayrsh., same 
crest and motto. 

Campbell, James Archibald, Esquire, of 
Barbreck, near Lochgilphead, a hand 
holding a spear, Arma parata fero. 

Campbell, Scotland, a dexter hand hold- 
ing a spur or. Memor esto. 263.9 

Campbell, Albert Johnstone, Esquire, of 
17, Cleveland Gardens, Hyde Park, 
London, W., same crest and motto. 

Campbell, Sir Norman Montgomery 
Abercrombie, Bart., of Auchinbreck, a 
dexter hand ppr., holding a spur or. 
Forget not. 217. 14 

Campbell, William, of Skerrington, Ayrsh., 
and 12, Randolph Crescent, Edinburgh, 
a dexter arm in armour, holding in the 
hand a garland of laurel, all ppr. 
Campi fero prcemia belli. 



CAM 

Campbell-Colquhoun, Rev. John Erskine, 
of Killermont, and Garscadden, Dum- 
bartonsh., N.B., Ledeameroch, Dum- 
blane, and Chartwell, Westerhara, 
Kent: (l) A hand ppr., holding a 
buckle or. (2) a boar's head erect and 
erased or, langued az. Omnia firinat 
{for Colquhoun). Fac et spera {/or 
Campbell). 

Campbell of Duntroon, issuing out of the 
top of a tower two arms drawing an 
arrow in a bow, all ppr. Agile pro 
virihus. 99. 4 

Campbell of Netherplace, a hand issuing 
from a cloud, holding a signet letter 
ppr. Optime quod opportune. 215. 7 

Campbell -Miller -Morrison of Hetland, 
Dumfriessh., three Jloors' heads con- 
joined in one neck sa., banded az., the 
faces looking to the chief, dexter, and 
sinister respectively. 191. 5 

Campbell, Sir Duncan Alexander Dundas, 
Bart., of Barcaldine, Scotland, a man 
in full Highland garb holding in his 
dexter hand a broadsword, on his sin- 
ister arm a shield, all ppr. Paratus 
sum. 1 88. 5 

Campbell, Scotland, a dexter hand hold- 
ing a lance in bend sinister. Arma 
pa rat a fero 214. 11 

Campbell, Scotland, a demi-man in a 
coat of mail holding in his dexter hand 
a sword, and on his sinister arm a 
shield az., charged with a unicorn's 
head and neck, couped arg., horned 
and maned or. Quid non pro pairia. 

Campbell-Swinton, John Liulf, Esquire, 
of Kimmerghame, Dunse, N.B., a boar 
chained to an oak-tree fructed, all 
ppr. J'espere. 232. i 

Campden, Viscount, see Gainsborough, 

Campe, a griffin's head erased, ducaUy 
gorged, and holding in the beak a 
branch of laurel, all ppr. 66. 1 1 

Camper, an anchor between two wings. 

161. 12 

Camperdown, Earl of (Haldane-Duncan), 
on waves of the sea a dismasted ship 
ppr. Secundis dubiisque rectus. 

Campion, London, Devonsh., and Essex, 
out of a ducal coronet or, a talbot's 
head sa. 293. 4 

Campion, Harold Gilmore, Boscawen, 
Rydal Road, Streatham. same crest. 

Campion, William Henry, Esquire, of 
Danny, Hurstpierpoint, Sussex, a 
turkey-cock arg., combed and wattled 

Campion and Campyon, a turkey in pride 
ppr., combed and wattled gu. toS. 5 

Campion and Campyon, a bear's head and 

neck per pale erm. and sa., muzzled or. 

34- 14 

Camville, oil a mount a leopard sejant 
ppr. 24. 12 

Canby, a mound sa., ensigued with a cross 
patee. 

Canceller and Cancellor, an arm couped 
at the shoulder embowed in fess, rest- 
ing upon the elbow and supporting a 
flag displayed az., charged with a 
crescent arg. 202. 13 

Cancelor and Candisherler, a dexter hand 
ppr., holding a covered cup or. 

217. II 

Candeler, London, a goat's head couped 
sa., attired arg. 128 12 



Candish, Sufi., an ostrich-head az., gorged 
with a collar sa., rimmed or, and 
charged with three bezants. 

Candishe, a wolf's head couped az., 
collared or. 30. 9 

Candler-Brown, .sec Brown. 

Candler, Xorf., a shark's head erased ppr. 
139- 6 

Candler, Woics., an angel ppr., vested 
arg., holding in the dexter hand a 
sword, the blade wavy of the first, 
hilt and pommel or. Ad mortem 
fidclis. 

Candler of Kilkenny, Ireland, an angel 
afifrontee habited az., girded and 
winged or, holding in the dexter hand 
a flaming sword ppr., and in the sinister 
a palm-branch ppr. Ad mortem fidelis. 

Candler, a goat's head couped sa., armed 
and maned arg. 128. 12 

Candler, Suff., an eagle rising regardant 
ppr. 77- 4 

Cane, a human heart gu., charged with a 
cinquefoil or. 181. i 

Cane, a leopard rampant, gorged with a 
mural coronet. c/. 27. 2 

Cane, ..-tt Du Cane. 

Canham, two palm-branches in orle ppr. 
146. 2 

Caning, a quatrefoil ppr. 148. 10 

Cankrien, Yorks, a demi-lion rampant 
erminois, holding between the paws a 
palmer's scrip sa., the strap and tassels 
or. 

Cann, Devonsh., a leopard statant ppr. 

24. 2 

Cann, George Dunning, M..4., LL.M., 
6. Lyndhurst Road, Exeter, and 
Dishcombe, Okehampton, Devonsh., 
same crest, ilaculis immaculabilis. 

Cann, Cornw., a cross crosslet iitched, 
between two wings conjoined. 

Cann, Bart, (extinct), of Crompton Green- 
field, Glouc. out of a mural coronet or, 
a plume of five ostrich-feathers arg. 

cj. 114. 13 

Cann, Skoulding-, of Gilston, Herts: 

(1) Out of the battlements of a tower 
ppr., a rose gu., shpped and leaved, 
also ppr., between four feathers gu. 
and arg., and arg. and gu. [for Cann). 

(2) An owl arg., collared sa., holding 
in the dexter claw a thistle slipped 
ppr. Perimus licitis. 

Canning, Viscount Stratford de Redcliffe, 

sie Stratford. 

Canning, Baron Garvagh, see Garvagh. 

Canning, De Burgh-, see Clanricarde, 
Marquess of. 

Canning, Viscount (Canning), a demi- 
griffin az., guttee-d'or. Xe cede malis, 
sed contra. 64. 2 

Canning, Gordon-, William James, Hart- 
pury, Glouc. : (i) A demi-lion rampant 
arg., holding in the dexter paw a battle- 
axe ppr. i/or Canning), c/. 15. 6. (2) 
A stag's head erased ppr. (for Gordon). ] 
Dtim vigilo tutus. — Bydand. 121. 2 

Canning, a demi-lion rampant arg., hold- 
ing in the dexter paw a battle-axe ppr. 
cf. 15. 6 

Canning, a demi-lion rampant erm., sup- 
porting a battle-axe ppr. 15-4 

Canning, Arthur Richard, of Bryn-y- 
mor, Woolston, Southampton, a demi- 
lion rampant arg., holding in the 
dexter paw a battleaxe ppr. Ne cede 
malis sed contra. 



CAP 

Canning, a demi-lion rampant arg., 
charged with three trefoils vert, hold- 
ing in the dexter paw an arrow, point 
downwards. A'e cede malis, sed contra. 

Cannock, Lines, a demi-buck couped 
arg., attired and ducally gorged or, one 
foot resting on the wreath. c/. 1 19. 2 

Cannon, Scotland, between the horns of 
a crescent arg., a buckle az. 163. 15 

Cannon, Pembrokesh., Wales, a cannon 
sa., mounted on a carriage or. 169. 12 

Cannynge, issuing from clouds two dex- 
ter hands conjoined and gauntleted, 
holding up a heart inflamed, all ppr. 

2X1. 2 

Cant of Drybumford, a dove ppr. Aliis 
reposita 92. 2 

Cantelow, Heref., and Cantelupe, a 
leopard's face gu., jessant-de-lis or. 

22. 5 

Cantelow, Ireland, a demi-bull per pale 
or and az. 45. 12 

Canterbury, Viscount (Manners-Sutton), 

on a chapeau gu., turned up erm., a 

peacock in pride ppr. Poury parvenir. 

103. 5 

Cantillion, Ireland, an arm embowed 
holding a dagger ppr. cj. 201 . 4 

Cantillon, Ireland, a dexter arm era- 
bowed ppr., holding a dart or, fe,^thered 

Cantilon, Ireland, a hand holding an 
arrow point downward. 214. 4 

Cantis of Canterbury, Kent, a hart's head 
erased ppr., attired or, gorged with a 
collar arg., charged with three roses 
gu., barbed and seeded ppr. 

cf. 121. 2 

Cantlow, a boar passant. 40. 9 

Canton, Ireland, on a chapeau ppr., a 
boar passant per pale arg. and vert. 

cf. 40. 8 

Canton, Kent, on a chapeau a lion's head 
erased ppr. 17-9 

Canton, Loftus Henry, Pentlow, East- 
bourne, same crest. Penser avant 

Cantrell, an arm in armour embowed, 
holding in the hand a sword by the 
middle in fess, all ppr. cf. 19;. 6 

Cantrell-Hubbersty, Albert Cantrell, Es- 
quire, of ToUerton Hall, Notts : (i) In 
front of a griffin's head ersised arg., 
charged with a fesse engrailed vert, a 
mole fes.seways or {for Hubbersty). (2) 
In front of a tower arg., a rock ppr., 
thereon a boar passant sa. armed or, 
charged on the body with two roses arg. 
Uor Cantrell). Propositi tenax over the 
Hubbersty crest, and Perius fidclc ct 
aptrtum over the Cantrell crest. 

Cantrell and Cantrill, a tower arg., the 
port way sa. Another, gu. 156. 2 

Cantwell, a hand ppr., holding an annulet 
or. 216. I 

Cantwell, Ireland, a leopard's head 
couped ppr. 22. 10 

Canzler of Burghausen, Bavaria, a hart 
rampant ppr., holding in the mouth a 
branch of a tree vert between two 
elephant's tusks gu. and arg. 

Cape, a lion passant gu., holding in the 
dexter paw a sword in pale ppr., hilt 
and pommel or. cf. 6. 2 

Capel of the Grove, Painswick, Glouc, a 
plume of three ostrich-feathers, two 
arg. and one gu. iSic vita humana. 

115. I 



CAP 

Capel of Swanwick, Somers., a demi-lion 
rampant or, holding in the dexter paw 
a cross crosslet fitchee gu. ii. lo 

Capel-Carnegy-Arbuthnott, James Car- 
negy Capel, Esquire: (i) A peacock's 
head and neck couped ppr. (2) A 



hand 



grasping 



bunderbolt 



ppr 



Interna prixMat. — Dread God. 

Capel-Coningsby, Earl of Essex, see Esses. 

Capel, Arthur, J.P., Bulland Lodge, 
Wiveliscombe, Somers., a demi-lion 
rampant supporting a cross crosslet 
fitchee or. Fide et Jortitudine. 

Capell, an anchor cabled gu., bezantee. 
161. 2 

Capell, Heref. and Glouc, a plume of 
three ostrich-feathers, the centre one 
arg., the others gu. 115. i 

Capes, a cross fleury fitched gu., flory or. 
166. 7 

Capling of London, out of the centre 
tower of a castle triple-towered a 
demi-lion rampant, all ppr. 155. 10 

Capon, a demi-lion gu. 10. 3 

Capp, a winged spur or. 1 1 1 . 1 2 

Cappell, Rev. Louis, D.D., in front of a 

palmer's staff erect a catherine-wheel 

or, between two wings az., guttee-d'or. 

III. 10 

Capper, Warw. and Staffs, a dexter arm 
couped and erabowed, vested az., cuffed 
erminois, holding in the hand a banner 
az., the staff' or, fringed and charged 
with a bee volant of the same. 

Capper of London, Middx., and Herts, 
a ram's head and neck couped, charged 
on the neck with arose. cf. 130. I 

Capper, a ram's head erased. 130. 6 

Capps, Norf., a demi-antelope or. 

cf. 126. 5 

Capron, a demi-man in armour with 
a lance and a shield, all ppr. 

Capron, Rev. George HaUiley, of South- 
wick Hall, Northamp., a cross fleury 
or, in front of a demi-man affrontee in 
armour ppr., garnished of the first, 
holding in the dexter hand an arrow, 
the barb downwards, also ppr., the 
sinister hand resting on the cross. 
Yigilate et orate. — Sub cruce solus. 

187- 3 

Capron, Rev. Charles Henry Ward, B.A., 
of Westown Lodge, Worthing, same 
crest. Sub cruce salus. 

Caradoc or Cradoek, Baron Howden, see 
Howden. 

Carbery, Baron (Evans-Freke), Ireland : 
(i) A bull's head couped sa., collared 
and chained or (for Freke). cf. 44. 3. 
(2) A demi-lion rampant regardant or, 
between the paws a boar's head couped 
sa. (/or Evans). Libertas. 

Carbery, a wyvem's head erased gu. 

c/. 71. 2 

Carbinell, out of a ducal coronet an arm 

in armour brandishing a scimitar ppr. 

2oq. 1 1 

Carbronel, Carbonnell, or Carbonelle, a 
demi-lion az., crowned gu., charged on 
the shoulder with three plates. 

cf. 10. II 

Carbonel or Carbonell, a sword in bend 
ppr. 170. 5 

Carbutt, Sir Edward Hamer, Bart., in 
front of a mount vert, two ears of 
wheat saltirewise or, perched thereon 
a raven ppr. In accord and concord. 

257. II 



99 

Carey, a lion's gamb erased sa., holding 
a letter ppr. 

Card of London, out of a cloud a hand 
holding a letter ppr. 215.7 

Card, a demi-lion rampant. 10. 2 

Cardale of London, a linnet ppr. Slu- 
dendo el contemplatido inde fessus. 94. 1 1 

Carden, Sir John Craven, Bart., of Tem- 
plemoie, co. Tipperary, Iieland, a 
pheou sa. Fide et amore. 174. n 

Carden, Sir Frederick Walter, Bart., 
London, a fasces fessewise or, thereon 
a wolf's head erased sa., pierced in the 
neck by an arrow in bend sinister, 
point downwards, embrued ppr., also 
or. Fide et amore. 29. 12 

Carden, Bucks, a wolf's head erased sa., 
pierced with an arrow arg. cf. 29. 6 

Carden, a wolf statant sa., holding in his 
mouth an arrow palewise ppr. cf. 29. 2 

Cardew, out of a ducal coronet a plume 
of four feathers. 114. i 

Cardiffe, on a chapeau gu., turned up 
or, a martlet sa. 95. i 

Cardiff, Ireland, a giUiflower slipped and 
leaved ppr. 151. 8 

Cardigan, Earl of, see Ailesbury, Mar- 
quess of. 

Cardigan, a lion's gamb erect and erased 
or, holding an antique mace az. 38. i 

Cardin, a wolf statant sa., holding in 
the mouth an arrow palewise ppr. 

cf. 29. 2 

Cardinal, Essex, a dromedary ppr. 

cf. 132. 2 

Cardinal, Durrant Edward. J.P.,F.R.G.S.. 
18, Cromwell Road, Brighton, and 
Tendring Manor, Colchester, an African 
camel ppr. 

Cardington, a bull passant per fess arg. 
and sa. cf. 45. 2 

Cardonnel, De, a dove ppr. L'esperance 
JVC console. 92. 2 

Cardonnell, Northumb., a goldfinch ppr., 
on the breast a trefoil vert. cf. 106. 4 

Cardozo, Samuel Nunez, Esquire, of 
Hackney, London, a demi-savage 
affrontee ppr., holding in his dexter 
hand a stalk of tobacco of three leaves 
ppr., and his sinister resting on a tri- 
angle or. 

Cardross, Baron, see Buchan, Earl of. 

Cardwell, a knight in complete armour 
ppr., visor up, on the top of the helmet 
a plume of feathers gu., holding in his 
dexter hand a battle-axe of the first. 

cf. 188. 2 

Cardwell, Viscount (Cardwell), a man in 
armour, holding in the dexter hand a 
war- mace, all ppr., charged on the 
breast with a cross patee gu. Agissez 
honnetement. — VaiUant et veillant. 

cf. 188. 2 

Cardwell, a tower ppr., domed or, with a 
flag thereon sa. 157. 15 

Careless, see Carlos. 

Carell, a sword in pale surmounted by 
two crosses crosslet fitchee in saltire. 

Carew, a lion passant sa. En, esperance 
je vis. — Felice chi puo. 6. 2 

Carew Baron (Carew), an heraldic ante- 
lope trippant sa., armed and crined 
or. Nil admirari. 126.6 

Carew, Sir Henry Palk, Bart., of Hac- 
combe, Devonsh., the round top of a 
mainmast set off with palisadoes or, 
and a demi-lion issuing thereout sa. 
Nil conscire sibi. 257. 4 



CAR 

Carew, Charles Robert Sydenham, Es- 
quire, of CoUiprest House, Tiverton, 
Devonsh., same crest and motto. 

Carew, an heraldic antelope trippant az., 
attired, maned, tufted, and ungu. or. 

126. 6 

Carew, the late Russell, Carpenders, 
Watford, same crest. Nil conscire 
sibi. 

Carew, Pole-, Sir Reginald, K.C.V.O., a 
mast of a ship sa., on the round-top 
a demi-lion of the last surrounded with 
spears ppr. 257. 4. A second crest 
(for Pole), a lion's gamb gu., armed or, 
is sometimes used. 

Carew, Robert Thomas, Esquire, of Bal- 
linamona Park, Waterford, an antelope 
passant gu., crined and combed or. 

Carey, a swan rising ppr. Sine macvla. 
99. 12 

Carey, Ireland, on a mount a fire-beacon 
ppr. 177. 8 

Carey or Cary, a maiden's head ppr. 

182. 3 

Carfrae, Scotland, a tower embattled arg. 
Forlis in fide. 156. 2 

Carfrae, James A. Alston. Esquire, of 
Holme Lodge, Wimbledon Common, 
London, S.W., same crest and motto. 

Cargill, Scotland, a demi-angel ppr.. on 
the head a cross pattee. cf. 183. 12 

Cargill, Scotland, a martlet ppr. 

9.';-4 

Cargill, a martlet arg. In Dotnino con- 
fido. 95. 4 

Carington, Rt. Hon. Sir Charles Robert, 
Baron Carrington, an elephant's 
head erased or. eared gn., charged 
on the neck with three fleur-de-lis, 
two and one az. Tenax in fide. 

<^l- 133- 3 

Carington, a peacock's head erased az., 
ducaUy gorged or. cf. 103. 1 1 

Carington, Herbeit Hanbury Smith 
Ashby, Folville Manor. Melton Mow- 
bray, and Grangethorpe, Rusholme, 
Manchester : ( i ) Out of a ducal 
coronet or, a unicorn's head arg., 
armed and crined or. (2) A peacock's 
head eiased ppr., ducally gorged or. 
Fides semper firma. 

Carkettle, Scotland, a griflun's head 
erased ppr. 66. 2 

Carleill of Sewerby, Yorks, a Moor's 
head in profile, couped at the shoulders 
ppr. 192. 13 

Carleton, a dexter arm embowed and 
naked to the elbow, the shirt folded 
above the elbow arg., and vested over 
gu., the hand grasping an arrow in 
bend sinister point downwards ppr. 

cf. 201. 13 

Carleton, a unicorn's head sa., the horn 
twisted of the first and second. 

48. 13 

Carleton, L. S., Surgeon-Lieutenant- 
Colonel, Newnham-on-Severn, same 
crest. Quairrre r.riim. 

Carleton, Viscount Carleton, Ireland, out 
of a diioal coronet a unicorn's head 
arg., armed and crined of the fii'St. 
Qucerere irrum. 48. 12 

Carleton, Baron, see Shannon, Earl of. 

Carleton, Baron Dorchester, see Dor- 
chester. 

Carleton, the Hon. Dudley Massey, of 
Greywell HiU, Wiuchfield, Hants, a 
dexter arm embowed ppr., vested 
7—2 



CAR 

above the elbow gu., edged arg., the 
hand grasping an arrow in bend 
;,inister point downwards ppr. Quon- 

Carleton, General Henry Alexander, C.B., 
of 12, Marlborough Buildings, Bath, 
out of a ducal coronet or, a unicorn's 
head arg., the horn twisted of the first 
and second, maned and tufted of the 
first. Nunquam non paratus. 

Carlife, a martlet or, holding in the beak 
a sprig of two roses gu., leaved and 
stalked vert. cf. 95. 2 

Carlile, James William, Esquire, D.L., 
J. P., of Ponsbourne Park, Herts, two 
dragoas' heads addorsee vert. Humili- 
iate. 72. 8 

Carlile, Walter William, Esquire, of Gay- 
hurst, Newport Bagnell, Bucks, same 
crest and motto. 

Carlile, Edward Hildred, Esquire, of 
Helme Hall, Meltham. Yorks, same 
crest and motto. 

Carlill, Cumb. and Westml., an arm in 
armour embowed holding in the hand 
ppr. a spear arg. c/. 197. i 

Carlill, an arm in armour embowed or, 
garnished gu., holding in the hand ppr. I 
a baton of the first. cf. 200. 3 

Carline, William Arthur, M.D., Lincoln, 
a demi-griffin. Vivimus dum vivamus. 

Carling, Bristol, a buck's head erased 
ppr. Tout droit. 121. 2 

Carlingford, Baron, and Baron Clermont 
(Rt. Hon. Sir Chichester Samuel 
Parkinson-Fortescue), K.P. : (i) An 
heraldic tiger ppr., supporting with 
his fore-paw a plain shield arg. (for 
Fortescuc). cf. 25. 5. (2) A falcon 
with wings addorsed ppr., belled or, 
and charged on the breast with a pellet 
and holding in the beak an ostrich- 
feather arg. {for Parkiwon). Forte 
scutum salv.s ducum. — Si celeres quatit 
pennus. 

Carlisle, Earl of (Howard), on a chapeau 
gu., turned up erm., a lion statant 
gardant, the tail extended or, ducally 
gorged arg , and charged with a mullet 
sa., for difference. Volo non vnleo. 

cf. 4. 7 

Carlisle, William Thomas, Esquire, of 
Lincoln's Inn, in front of a blacka- 
moor's head in profile, couped at the 
shoulders ppr., wreathed about the 
temples arg. and gu., two mullets of 
eight points or. cf. 192. 13 

Carlos, a sword arg., hilt and pommel or, 
and a sceptre of the last in saltier, 
enfUed with a civic crown vert. Sub- 
ditti^ fidelis regis est regni solus. 170. 7 

Carlow, Viscount, see Portarlington, Earl. 

Carlton, an arm embowed ppr., holding 
in the hand an arrow. 201. 13 

Carlyle, Scotland, two dragons' heads 
and necks addorsed vert. Humilitate. 

Carlyle of Limekilns, Scotland, a dexter 
arm holding a wTiting-pen ppr. Hu- 
militate. 217. 10 

Carlyll, Stephen, 7, Hanover Terrace, 
Regent's Park, W., a Moor's head in 
profile couped at the shoulders ppr. 
Motto as above. 

Carlyon of Tregrehan, Comw., a demi-lion 
rampant gu., ducally crowned or, 
collared arg., holding between its paws a 
bezant Turris t^itissima virtus. 260. 10 



Carlyon, Arthur Spry Gwavaa, Esquire, 
J.P., of Gwavas, Tikokino, Hawkes Bay, 
New Zealand, same crest and motto 

Carlyon, Alexander Keith, Esquire, of 
Mount Park, Harrow, Middx., same 
crest and motto. 

Carlyon, George Richard, Esquire, of Tre- 
grehan, Cornw., same crest and motto. 

Carlyon, Rev. Henry Chichele, M.A., of 
Delhi, Punjab, India, same crest and 
motto. 

Carlyon, Gerald Winstanley, Esquire, 
same crest and motto. 

Carlyon, T. A., Esquire, Connemara, 
Darracott Road, Boscombe Park, 
Bournemouth, a demi-Uon rampant 
gu., ducally crowned or, collared arg., 
holding between the paws a bezant. 
Turris tutissima virtus. 260. 10 

Carlyon, Thomas Alfred, Esquire, c.o. 
Captain Carlyon-Britton, 14, Melbury 
Mansions, S.W., same crest and motto. 

Carlyon, Thomas Baxter, Esquire, of 
Royal Arsenal, Woolwich, same crest 
and motto. 

Carlyon-Britton, see Britton. 

Carlyon, in the sea a pillar ppr. 176. 2 

Carmalt of Langrigg, Cumb., a dragon's 
head erased per pale or and vert, 
gorged with collar, charged with three 
escallops counterchanged. cf. 71. 2 

Carmarden and Carmarthen, a lion's 

gamb erect and erased or. 36. 4 

Carmarthen, Marquess of, see Leeds, 
Duke of. 

Carmichael of Balmblae, a woman's head 
and neck issuing. Fortune helps the 
forward. 182. 3 

Carmichael of Carspherne, Scotland, a 
dexter hand and arm in armour bran- 
dishing a tilting-spear ppr. Toujours 
prest. cf. 210. 9 

Carmichael, James, Esquire, of Arthur, 
stone, Meigle, Perthsh., same crest and 
motto. 

Carmichael, John, Esquire, of Cork: (l) 
Issuing from a mural crown a dexter 
arm in armour embowed, the hand 
holding a broken spear in bend sinis- 
ter point downwards, all ppr., the arm 
charged with a cross patee gu. (for 
Carmichael). (2) Out of a mural crown 
ppr., an ostrich's head az., holding in 
the beak a horse-shoe or, and charged 
on the neck with a cross crosslet 
fitchee of the last {for M'Ostrich). 
Toujours prest. 

Carmichael, Gibson-, Sir Thomas David, 
Bart., of Skirling: (i) An arm in 
armour embowed holding a broken 
lance, the top pendent ppr. (for Car- 
michael). 197. 3. (2) A pelican in 
her piety ppr. (for Gibson). Toujours 
prest. — Pandite ccelestes portoe. 98. 14 

Carmichael, Evelyn George Massey, M.A., 
Library Chambers, Temple, a cubit 
arm erect in armour holding in the 
hand a broken spear, all ppr. 

Carmichael, Ireland, an arm from the 
elbow in armour, holding a pheon ppr. 

Carmichael of Maulslei, an arm in armour 
holding in the hand a broken spear 
ppr., and charged with a mullet or. 
Toujours prest. cf. 197. 3 

Carmichael, Sir James Morse, Bart., a 
cubit arm in armour holding in the 
hand a tilting-apear ppr. Toujours 
prest. cf. 210. I 



CAR 

Carmichael-Ferrall, Captain John Jervis 
O'Ferrall, R.N., of Augher Castle, co. 
Tyrone: (i) Out of a ducal coronet 
or, a dexter hand gu. {for Ferrall). 
(2) An arm embowed in armour grasp- 
mg a broken lance, all ppr., charged 
with a trefoil or (for Carmichael). 

Carminow, Carmynow, or Carmenow, a 
dolphin naiant or. 140- 5 

Carminow of Tregarrick, Cornw., a dol- 
phin naiant or. Cola raggi wethlotc. 

140. 5 

Carnaby, a bull's head per chevron or 



[gu. 



cf. 44- 3 



Carnaby, a lion's head issuing sa., charged 
with a chevron arg. cf. 21. i 

Carnac, on a crescent per pale gu. and 
erm., a sword ppr., hilt and pommel or, 
point upwards. 169. 4 

Carnac, Rivett-, Sir James Henry Sproule, 
Bart., Derby: (i) Out of a cre-scent 
erm., the interior part gu., a sword 
erect ppr., pommel and hilt or (for 
Carnac). 169. 4. (2) An arm erect 
couped at the elbow, vested per pale 
arg. and sa., holding in the hand ppr. a 
broken sword of the first, hilt and pom- 
mel or (for Rivett). Sic itur ad astra. 

Carnarvon, Earl of (Herbert), a wyvem, 
the wings elevated vert, holding in the 
mouth a sinister hand couped at the 
wrist gu. Ung jc serviray. 70. 3 

CarncroSS, a dagger erect arg., hilted and 
pommelled or, between two branches 
of laurel opr. Certamine parta. 170.3 

CarnduCf, David, Esquire, 22, Queen 
Street, Edinburgh (formerly Bengal 
Educ. Dept.), a dexter hand grasping 
a baimer arg., charged with a saltire 
couped az. Tenax propositi. 

Came, Nash, Colglamorgan, a pelican 
displayed with two heads sa., issuing 
from a ducal coronet ppr. En tout 
loyal. — Fy ugobaith sydd yn num. 

Came, John Devereux Vann Loder 
NichoU, St. Donat's Castle, Glamorgan, 
a pelican displayed with two heads sa, 
issuing from a ducal coronet ppr. En 
toute loyale, and also Fy ngohaith sydd 
yn nuw. 

Carnegie of Kennaird Angus, a dexter 
hand holding a thunderbolt ppr. Deum 
timete. 216. 4 

Carnegie, James, of 13, Prince's Garden, 
a dexter hand couped at the wrist, 
holding in fess a thunderbolt shafted 
paleways winged arg. Deum timete. 

Carnegie, Lord, of Crimonnogate, Lon- 
may, Aberdeensh., and Elsick, Kin- 
cardinesh., same crest. Dred God. 

Carnegie, Earl of Northesk, see Northesk. 

Carnegie of Pitarow, Bart., a demi-eagle 
displayed az., beaked and membered 
gu. Video aha seguorque. 81. 6 

Carnegie of Ballindare. a dexter arm 
vambraced ppr., holding an escuti'heon 
az., charged with a St. Andre%v's cross 
arg. Loyal in adversity. 

Carnegie of Craigo, a star ppr. Alis 
aspicet astra. ifi.l. 3 

Carnegie, Rt. Hon. Sir James, K.T., 
Earl of Southesk, Baron Carnegie of 
Kinnaird and Leuchars, in Scotland, 
Baron Balinhard of FarneLl, Forfarsh., 
in the United Kingdom, and a Baronet 
of Nova Scotia, Kinnaird Castle, 
Brechin, N.B., a thunderbolt ppr., 
winged or. Dread God. 247. 6 



CAR 

Carnegie, Claud Cathcart Strachan, of 
Tarrie, Forfarsh., same crest and 
motto. 

Carnegie, John, B.A., Cranbome, Wid- 
more Road, Bromley, Kent, on a 
thunderbolt ppr., an eagle to the 
sinister regardant and with wings 
expanded and inverted. Time deum. 

Carnegie of Lour, a leopard's head erased 
ppr. Armis et animis. 23. 10 

Carnegie of Finhaven, Forfarsh., a 
leopard's head affrontee ppr. Tache 
mns tache. cf. 23. 3 

Carnegie of Newgate, two dexter hands 
gauntleted issuing out of a cloud con- 
joined and supporting a flaming heart 
ppr. Armis et animis. 211. 2 

Carnegie, a demi-eagle displayed az., 
beaked gu., looking to a star or. Video 
alta sequorgue. cf. 81. 6 

Carnegy : (i) A lion passant ppr., hold- 
ing in his dexter fore-paw a banner 
az., charged with a saltire arg. cf . 5. 13 
(2) A demi-leopard ppr. Tache sans 
tache. cf. 23. 13 

Carnegy, Patrick Alexander Watson, 
Lour, Forfarsh., a demi-leopard ppr. 
Tache sans tache. 

Carnell, Yorks, an arm in armour em- 
bowed holding a sword, all ppr. 

195. 2 

Carney, a swan's liead and neck erased 
holding in the beak an annulet. 

Carney, Ireland, a gauntleted hand lying 
fessways holding a sword erect, all 
ppr. cf. 211. 8 

Carnie, out of a cloud a hand in fess 
pointing to a crosier in pale, all ppr. 

223. 2 

Carniquet, Scotland, a swan with wings 
addorsed arg., ducally gorged and 
chained or. cf. 99. 3 

Carnoek, Scotland, a hand ppr., holding | 
a tleur-de-lis az. c/. 215. 5 j 

Carnsew, a hound passant regardant ppr. 
cf. 54. I I 

Carnwath, Earl of, and Baron Dalzell, 
Scotland (Dalzell), a dagger erect ppr., , 
pommel and hilt or. / dare. 169. 2 j 

Caron, Hon. Sir Joseph Philippe Rene 
Adolphe, K.C.M.G., K.C., P.C, of Daly ! 
Street, Ottawa, Canada, Minister of 
Militia and Defence for the Dominion | 
of Canada, uses a fleur-de-lis. Suaviler 
in modo, fortiter in re. 14S. 2 

Carpendale, Rev. Maxwell, Rector of 
Tamlaght, in the diocese of Armagh, 
a hawk's head erased ppr., charged 
with a cross crosslet or. Data fata 
sectUus. cf. 88. 12 

Carpendale, Major Maxwell John, same 
crest. 

Carpenter, on a stand a globe ppr. Per 
tu-Kta lidli. 159. 4 

Carpenter, Hon. Walter Cecil, of Kiplin, 
Northallerton, a globe in a frame or, 
charged for distinction with a cross 
crosslet az. Per acuta belli. 

Carpenter, a stag's head arg., between 
two wings addorsed az. 

Carpenter, a demi-lion rampant gu., du- 
rally crowned or, collared sa. cf. 10. 1 1 

Carpenter, Barbadoes, a demi-lion ram- 
pant gu., holding between the paws 
a cross pattee vert. Audaces fortuna 
juvat. II. 2 

Carpenter, Worcs., a coney sejant arg. 

cf. 136. I 



lOI 

Carpenter, Somers., a snail passant ppr., 
the shell arg. 141. 8 

Carpenter of Cobham, Surrey, a grey- 
hound's head erased per fess sa. and 
arg. 61. 4 

Carpenter, Earl of Tyrconnel, see Tyr- 
connel. 

Carpenter, a falcon with wings expanded 
arg., beaked, legged, and belled or. 87. i 

Carpenter, an arm in armour embowed 
holding in the hand ppr. a hammer or. 

Carpenter, an arm in armour grasping 
in the hand a passion nail, all ppr. 

Carpenter, Ireland, an alligator ppr. 

cf. 138. II 

Carpenter-Garnier, John, Esquire, of 
Rookesbury Park, Fareham, Hants : 
(i) In front of a lion's head erased az., 
gorged with a wreath of oak, three 
fleurs-de-lis or {for Oarnier). (2) An 
arm embowed in armour ppr., the 
hand grasping a staff or, between two 
wings of the last, semee of estoiles az. 
{for Carpenter). 

Carr, Thomas, M.D., 15, Albert Terrace, 
Blackpool, a unicorn's head erased 
ppr. Pro Chrislo et pro patria. 298. lO 

Carr, Knt. of Hart, (badge on standard), 
a stag's head barry of eight arg. and 
gu., trochings or, one annulet of the 
first upon the said trochings. Por 
Dysserver. 

Carr of Hetton, Northumb., the same. 
Pour Deservir (over crest). 

Carr of St. Helen, Auckland, Durh. (from 
Hetton), a stag's head couped arg., 
attired or. 

Carr of Sleaford, Lines, Bart., a stag's 
head couped arg., on the neck two bars 
gemelles gu. (sometimes charged with 
a fleur-de-lis). 

Carr of Hedgeley, Northumb. and Dun- 
stan on Hill, Durh., on a wreath of 
the colours a stag's head couped arg., 
gorged with two bars gemelles between 
as many aimulets gu. Por Dysserver. 

Carr, Rev. Charles Ridley, of Exmouth, 
Devonsh., same crest and motto. 

Carr, Cuthbert Ellison, Esquire, same 
crest and motto. 

Carr, Henry, Esquire, same crest and 
motto. 

Carr, Vice-Admiral Henry John, of 
United Service Club, S.W., same crest 
and motto. 

Carr, Martin Raymond, Esquire, same 
crest and motto. 

Carr, Ralph Clement, Esquire, same crest 
and motto. 

Carr-EIlison, see Ellison. 

Carr of Eshott Heugh, Northumb., astag's 
head erased ppr., gorged with a collar 
gemelle, and the neck encircled with 
an annulet gu., on the attires a riband, 
also gu., passing through an annulet 
or. Pour deserviir. 

Carr, Thomas William, Esquire, same 
crest and motto. 

Carr, Rev. Thomas William, of Long 
Rede, Barming, Maidstone, Kent, 
same crest. Pour deservir. 

Carr of Hillingdon, Middx., a stag's 
head couped arg., horned or, on the 
neck an estoile sa. between two bars 
gemelle gu. 

Carr of Bristol, a hart's head arg., horned 
or, about his neck two gemelles gu. 
(sometimes charged with a martlet). 



CAR 

Carr of Horbury, Yorks, a stag's head 
couped per bend embattled arg. and 
gu., charged on the neck with two 
estoiles couuterchanged. 

Carr of Eshott, a stag's head erased 
ppr. Nildesperandum. 121. 2 

Carr, Rev. Edmund, Holbrooke Hall, 
Derby, a stag's head erased ppr., 
charged on the neck with a mullet of 
six points or between two thistles 
slipped and leaved ppr. Tout droit. 

Carr, William, of Stackhouse and Gig- 
gleswicl;, Yorks, a stag's head couped 
arg., attiied or, on the ntck two bars 
gemelles or Ad sidere tollite rtiltus. 

Carr, William, Esquire, J.P., of Ditching- 
ham Hall, Ditchingham, Norf., a 
stag's head couped ppr., charged on 
the neck with three bars or. Ad sidere 
tollite vultus. 

Carr-Gomm, Francis Culling, Esquire, of 
the Chase, Farnham Royal, Bucks : 

(1) Two lions' gambs in saltire sa., 
erased gu., charged for distinction with 
a cross crosslet arg., and each holding 
a seax erect ppr., hilt and pommel or 
{for Gomm). (2) A stag's head erased 
ppr., gorged with a collar gemelle, and 
the neck encircled with an annulet gu., 
on the attires a riband, also gu., passing 
through an annulet or {for Carr). { i ) 
{Gomm) Per costanza e speranza, and 

(2) {Carr) Pour deservyr. 
Carrack, see Carrick. 

Carrant, Somers., a bull's head cabcssed 
per pale gu. and arg., armed, counter- 
changed. 43. 8 

Carre, Scotland, a stag's head erased or. 
Tout droit. I 121. 2 

Carre, Riddel-, Thomas Alexander, of 
Cavers, Carre, LiUiesleaf, Roxburghsh.. 
Scotland: (i) A stag's head erased 
ppr.. attired with ten tynes or. (2) A 
demi-greyhound ppr. Tout droit. — 
Hope to share. 

Carrell, Sussex, on a mount vert, a stag 
lodged regardant arg., attired or. 

115. 9 

Carrell, Sussex, on a mount vert, an ibex 
arg., maned antl horned or. 

Carrell, Sussex and Kent, a lion's head 
erased vert, between two wings arg. 
and sa., charged on the neck with two 
bends or. cf. 19. 7 

Carrick, Earl of, Ireland (Butler), out of a 
ducal coronet a plume of five ostrich- 
feathers arg., thereupon a falcon rising 
of the last. Soyez ferine. 

Carrick, Scotland, a demi-lion or, in the 
dexter paw a thistle ppr., in the sinister 
a fleur-de-lis gu. 13. 12 

Carrick and Carrack, an ostrich arg., 
beaked and legged or, holding in the 
beak a broken spear of the last, headed 
of the first. 

Carrick, Glouc, an ostrich arg., beaked 
and legged or, holding in the beak a 
staff of the same, thereon a flag gu. 
Garde hien. 

Carrick, an ostrich ppr. Garde hien. 

97. 2 

Carrldge of London, on a mount vert, a 
spear-hook sa. 

Carrie, Ireland, an arm in armour em- 
bowed, holding in the hand a dart 
point downwards, all ppr. 198. 4 

Carrier, Hants, out of a ducal coronet 
or, a dragon's head vert. 72. 4 



CAR 

Carrill, see Carrel. 

Carrington, John Bodman, Esquire, of 
Laggis, NetherhaU Gardens, Hamp- 
stead, L^ndon, N.W., a lion sejant per 
bend sinister or and arg., semee of 
annulets, and holding in the mouth a 
mallet in bend gu., resting the dexter 
paw upon a torteau. Absque labore 

Carrington, Earl (Wynn-Carrington>, an 
elephant's head erased or, eared gu., 
charged on the neck with three fleur- 
de-lis two and one az. Tennx ei fidelis. 
cf- 133- 3 

Carrington, London and Yorks, out of a 
ducal coronet or, unicorn's head sa. 

48. 12 

Carrington, Sir Frederick, K.C.B., 
K.C.M.G., of College Lawn, Chelten- 
ham, same crest. 

Carrington, out of a ducal coronet arg., 
a unicorn's head sa., maned and armed 
of the first. 48. 12 

Carrington, O.xon., out of a ducal coronet 
or, a unicorn's head sa., crined arg., 
the horn twisted of the last and 
second. 48. 12 

Carrington, Chesh., a unicorn's head arg., 
armed and crined or. 49. 7 

Carrington, Thomas, Esquire, of Sharrow 
Hurst. Sheffield, three horse-shoes or, 
thereon a unicorn's head erased sa. 
Ferro non gladio. 49. i 

Carrington, Arthur, Esquire, of Langdale, 
Bedford, same crest. Semper paratus. 

Carrington, an eagle close. 76. 2 

Carrington, Warw., a peacock's head 
erased ppr., ducally gorged or. 

cf. 103. I 

Carritt, John Price, of Chateau de la 
Croisiere, Gistel, Belgium: (i) An 
eagle displayed with two heads sa., 
crowned with a four-balled coronet 
or {for Oarritt). 74-8. (2) A lion 
rampant regardant sa. {for Lloi/d- 
Price). 2. II. (3) A bull's head sable, 
behind it the rays of the sun or {for 
Blount). Fide et- bello fortis. 

Carrol or Carroll, Ireland, a tent gu. 

158. 7 

Carrol, Knt., of London, on a mount vert, 
a stag lodged regardant arg., attired 
or. Semper eadem. 115. 9 

Carrol or Carroll, Ireland, on the stump 
of an oak sprouting a hawk ppr., 
belled or. r/. 86. 11 

Carroll, a bear's head sa., muzzled or, 
between two wings of the last. 

c/. 35- 5 

Carroll of Ballynure. co. Wieklow, 
same crest. In fi.dc et in bello 
fortes. cf. 86. 11 

Carroll, Rev. Frederick, of Ashford and 
.Munduff, CO. Wieklow, and Wood- 
house, near Halifax, Yorks, Vicar of 
Pollington, near Peterborough, Nor- 
thamp., on the stump of a tree sprout- 
ing to the dexter side ppr., a falcon 
rising per pale arg. and gu., belled and 
jessed or. Flecti non frangi. 87. 8 

Carroll, Coote Alexander, Esquire, of 
Ashford, co. Wieklow, Ireland, on the 
stump of a tree sprouting to the dex- 
ter a falcon rising belled ppr., charged 
on the breast with a cross fleury sa. 
Flecti non frangi. cf. 87. 12 

Carron, Scotland, a camel's head per 
fess arg. and az. 132. 7 



102 

Carrowe of London, a mainmast broken, 
the round-top set off with palisadoes 
or, headed arg., a lion issuant there- 
out sa., collared per pale of the first 
and second. 

Carruthers of Howmains, a seraph volant 
ppr. Prom plus et fiddis. 184. 11 

Carruthers of Annandale, a seraph stand- 
ing vested ppr. Paratus et fidelis. 

184. I 

Carruthers, a cherub's head ppr. 

Carruthers, Francis John, of Dormont, 
Lockerbie, a seraph volant ppr. 
Promptus et fidelis. 264. 16 

Carruthers, Mitchell-: (t) A cherub's 
head ppr. (for Carruthi-rs). 189. 9. (2) 
St. Michael in armour holding a spear 
in his dexter hand, the face, neck, arms 
and legs bare, all ppr., the wings arg. 
and hair auburn. Promptus et fiddis. 
— Virtute cresco. 189. 11 

Carry, a cross Calvary ppr. 165. 4 

Carryngton, see Carrington. 

Carsain, Scotland, a dexter hand hold- 
ing a scimitar ppr. Ne m'ovblie:. 

213- 5 

Carse, Scotland, a falcon's head. Vdo- 
citate. cf. 88. 12 

Carse or Carss, Scotland, between the 
horns of a crescent a cross crosslet 
fitched or. In cruce solus. 166. 9 

Carsey of Dykelborough, Norf., an arm 
couped at the elbow and erect, vested 
az., purfled and cuffed arg., holding in 
the hand a bunch of gilliflowers ppr. 

cf. 205. 14 

Carsewell and Carswell, Scotland, a 
lion's head within a fetterlock. 

cf. 19. 4 

Carsewell, a lion passant, the t£ul extended 
ppr. 5. II 

Carson, an elephant statant. Fortitudme 
et prudentia. 133. 9 

Carson, Bucks, an elephant's head erased, 
the trunk elevated ppr. Virtute et va- 
lore. c/. 133. 3 

Carson of Accarsane, Cape Town, Cape 

of Good Hope, a dexter hand ppr., 

holding a crescent arg. Teneo ei credo. 

216. 8 

Carstairs, Scotland, the sun shining on 
a primrose ppr. Te splendente. 

150. 8 

Cart, England and Scotland, a stag's 
head holding in the mouth a serpent, 
all ppr. 121. 7 

Cart, Scotland and England, a hand 
holding a club in pale, all ppr. 

cf. 214. 6 

Cartel!, a tower triple-towered arg., 
masoned sa. 157. 6 

Carter, Northamp., a talbot's head arg. 

56. 12 

Carter, Northamp., a talbot's head arg., 
charged with a mullet gu. cf. 56. 12 

Carter, Cornw., on a mural coronet sa., 
a talbot passant arg. cf. 54. i 

Carter of Watlington Park, on a mural 
crown or, a talbot passant arg., charged 
with three buckles az. Sub libertate 
quietum. 

Carter, a talbot sejant resting the dexter 
paw on a catherine-wheel per pale 
arg and gu. cf. 55. 3 

Carter of Robertstown and Rathnally, 
CO. Meath, Ireland, on a mural crown 
or, charged with three hurts, a talbot 
passant arg. Victrix patientia duris. 



CAR 

Carter, Frederick Walter, 24, Ainslie 
Place, Edinburgh, a talbot's head 
couped ppr., charged with a mullet 
arg. Esperancc. 299. 6 

Carter of London, on a mount vert, a 
greyhound sejant arg., sustaining an 
escutcheon of the last charged with a 
cart-wheel vert. 

Carter, Hants, a lion's head erased. Fear 
not. 17. 8 

Carter, Cornw., a lion's head erased arg. 
17. 8 

Carter, Yorks, a lion's head erased or, 
fretty sa. cf. 17. 8 

Carter, a lion's head, holding in the 
mouth a comet-star ppr. 

Carter, Ireland, a demi-lion rampant sa., 
holding between the paws a cross 
lozengy gu., each lozenge charged with 
a plate. 

Carter, Yorks, out of a mural coronet or, 
a demi-monkey ppr. 163. 13 

Carter, Major William Graydon, ist Batt. 
Essex Regt., out of a mural crown or, 
meisoned az., a demi-monkey ppr. 

163. 13 

Carter, Kent, a dexter arm in armour 
erabowed ppr., holding in the hand a 
roll of paper. 

Carter, Edward, Esquire, of Birmingham, 
a cubit arm erect, vested gu., charged 
with two roses paleways arg., barbed 
and seeded, the hand grasping a carbine 
in bend sinister between two branches 
of oak fructed, all ppr. Few words, 
fair faith. 

Carter, George William, Esquire, of Cliff 
End House, Scarborough, issuant from 
the battlements of a tower a demi- 
monkey ppr., holding between the 
hands an escutcheon or, charged with 
a round buckle sa. Fortitudine. 

Carter, Sir Gilbert Thomas, of 34, Charing 
Cross, London, S.W., and Government 
House, Nassau, Bahamas, upon the 
trunk of a tree fessewise eradicated 
and sprouting to the dexter a crowned 
crane ppr., resting the dexter leg on 
an escutcheon az., charged with a lion's 
head erased arg. Nemo me major nisi 
me justior. 253. 13 

Carter, John, Esquire, of Harrogate and 
Langrick Grange, near Boston, Lines, 
out of the battlements of a tower arg., 
a demi-monkey gu., charged on the 
shoulder with a bezant, and holding 
between the hands a shuttle of the 
first. Spes in salute. 

Carter, John Burroughes, Esquire, of the 
Manor House, Northwold, Norfolk, a 
talbot sejant erm., the dexter fore-paw 
supporting an escocheon per pale arg. 
and az., a catherine-wheel counter- 
changed. Sacro gratus cineri. 

Carter, John Robert, Esquire, in front 
of a tau purpure a demi-cart-wheel or. 
In hoc signo vinces. 269. 7 

Carter-Campbell, Thomas Tupper, Es- 
quire, of Fascadel, Ardishaig, Argyllsh., 
a boar's head erect erased or, armed 
and langued az. Fac et spera. 

Carteret, Baron (Thvnne), a reindeer 
statant or. Loyal devoir. c/. 125. 9 

Carteret, on a mount vert, a squirrel 
sejant ppr. cf. 135. 5 

Carteret, on a branch of a tree a squirrel 
sejant cracking a chestnut, all ppr. 
Loyal devoir. 



CAR 

Carteret, Guernsey, a squirrel sejant gu., 
cracking a nut ppr., on a brancli of 
laurel springing up before him vert. 

Carthew, Scotland, a wild duck ppr. 

I02. lo 

Carthew, a falcon rising ducally gorged 
and belled ppr. S7. 2 

Carthew of Dublin, a dragon's head 
erased az., langued gu., charged on 
the neck with a trefoil slipped or. 

cl. 71. 2 

Carthew, Ranulphus John, J.P., Wood- 
bridge Abbey, Suff.. and 15 A, Ken- 
sington Palace Gardens, London, W., 
upon a rock an auk ppr., holding in 
tlie beak a besant. Bedhoh fyr ha heb 
drol:. -75. 5 

Carthew-Yorstoun, Morden, Esquire, of 
East Tinwald, Dumfries, N.B., and 
Irvine House, Caobie, N.B. : (i) A 
tower ppr. (for Yorstoun). (2) A murr 
ppr., ducally gorged or. Mens conscia 
recti. — Let us be wise without evil. 

Cartier, George Ettienne, Esquire, of 
Montreal, an anchor in bend sinister 
sa., cabled ppr., pendent therefrom by 
a gold chain an escutcheon gu., 
charged with a fleur-de-lis or. France 
et sans dot. 16:. 5 

Cartiles, Northumb., a talbot passant 
per pale, indented or and vert. 54. I 

Cartland, Ireland, a denii-eagle rising 
ppr. 80. 2 

Cartland, John Howard, Esquire, of the 
Priory, King's Heath, Worcs., in front 
of a demi-eagle rising, couped ppr., 
holding in the beak an ear of wheat 
leaved and slipped, a garb fesseways 
or. Loyal a devoir. 249. 10 

Cartlitch, two hands wielding a two- 
handed sword ppr. 213. 3 

Cartmell, see Austen-Cartmell. 

Cartwright, a lion's head arg., charged 

on the neck with a catherine-wheel sa. 

c/. 21. I 

Cartwright, a griffin's head erased or, 
pierced through the neck with a broken 
lance ppr., vulned gu. cf. 66. 2 

Cartwright-Enery, Captain Stewart Dur- 
ance Davies : ( i ) On a rock a falcon 
close ppr., holding in its beak an annu- 
let gu. (/or Encry). cf. 86. 7. (2) A 
griffin's head erased or, charged with a 
rose gu., and pierced through the neck 
with a lance broken in the middle, 
vulned, above it on an escroU the 
motto. Defend the fold (for Cart- 
vright). Sans changer. 

Cartwright, William CornwaUis, Aynhoe, 
Northampton, a wolf's head erased or, 
pierced through the neck with a spear 
arg. Defend the fold. 275.4 

Cartwright, George, l, Campden House 
Terrace, W., same crest and motto. 

Cartwright of Thwaite St. Mary and 
EUingham, Norf. : (i) A wolfs head 
or, erased gu., transpierced by a broken 
tilting-spear saltirewise ppr. {for Cart- 
wright). (2) Out of a ducal coronet 
a demi-tiger arg. {for Cobb). Fu>7mts. 

Cartwright, Ernest Henry, Myskyns, 
Ticehurst, Sussex, a wolf's head 
erased or, gutte-de-poix gorged with a 
collar nebuly gu., between on either 
side three cinquefoils slipped vert. 
Defend the fold. 299. 4 

Cartwright, Rev. Anson William Henry, 
of Brimley House, Teignmouth, out of 



103 

a chaplet of roses gu., a dexter arm 
embowed in armour, the hand ppr., 
holding a catheriue-wheel, also gu. 
Nil dcsperandum. 

Cartwright, Hon. Sir Richard John, 
K.C.M.G., P.C, M.P., of the Maples, 
Frontenac, and of King Street, King- 
ston. Ontario, Canada, a wolf's head 
erased or, pierced through the neck 
with the broken blade of a sword arg. 
Defend the fold. cf. 30. S 

Cartwright, a wolf's head erased per 
fesse embattled or, and gules between 
two branches of laurel in orle. 253. 21 

Cartwright, William, Esquire, of Brim- 
ley House, West Teignmouth, Devonsh., 
out of a chaplet of roses gu., a dexter 
arm embowed in armour, the hand ppr., 
holding a catherine-wheel, also gu. 

Carus of Kendall, Westml., an eagle 
wings expanded sa., beaked and legged 
or, charged with a cinq uef oil arg. 

c/. 77- 5 

Carus-Wilson, Rev. William, Vicar of 
Preston-next-Faversham : (i) A cres- 
cent or, issuing flames of fire ppr. {for 
Wilson). (2) A hawk rising sa., beaked, 
belled, and collared or, from the 
collar an escutcheon pendent arg., 
charged with a wolf's head sa., vulned 
ppr. {for Cams). Non nobis solmn. 

Carus-Wilson, Edward Shippard, Esquire, 
of Penmount, near Truro, same crests 
and motto. 

Carus-Wilson, Cecil, Esquire, same crests 
and motto. 

Carver, between two wings a peacock's 
head holding in its beak a snake, the 
tail coiled round the neck, all ppr. 

103- 3 

Carver, out of a ducal coronet or, a Sara- 
cen's head couped at the shoulders 
ppr. cf. T90. 5 

Carvick, of Wyke Yorks, and Moat 
Mount, Highwood Hill, Middx., an 
ostrich arg., beaked and legged or, 
holding in the mouth a broken spear 
of the last, headed of the first. Be 
stead jaM. cf. 97. 2 

Carvile of Berwick-on-Tweed, an arm in 
armour embowed ppr., garnished or, 
holding in the hand a sword arg., 
hilt and pommel of the second. Sola 
virtus trimtiphat. 195. 2 

Carvill, a goat passant sa., armed or. 

cf. 129. 5 

Carwardine, Herts, a wolf passant arg., 
holding in the mouth an arrow sa., 
embrued gu. cf. 2S. 2 

Carwell, a leopard's head erased gardant 
ppr. 

Cary, Col<mel Lucius Falkland Branca- 
leone, of Torr Abbey, Devonsh., a swan 
ppr. Virtute exccrptce. 99. 2 

Cary of White Castle, Donegal, a swan 
ppr. Sine macula. 90. 2 

Cary, Stanley Edward George, of Follaton 
Park, Devonsh. : (i) A swan ppr. (for 
Cary). 99. 2. (2) A dexter hand in 
armour holding a sword, all ppr. (for 
Fleming). Virtute excerptce. 210. 2 

Cary, Robert Sgedden Sulyarde, Esquire, 
of Torr Abbey, Torquay, same crest 
as first one above and same motto. 

Cary, a swan, the wings elevated arg., 
beaked and legged gu., a crescent 
surmounted with a mullet, alsogu., for 
difference. Commt je trouve. cf. 99. 1 2 



CAS 

Cary of T^ondon, a swan ppr., with wings 
erect, charged on the breast with a 
rose sa. c/. 99. 1 2 

Cary, a horse's head armed with a shield 
plate bridled or. ^l. 13 

Cary, a demi-lady vested. 182. 8 

Cary, a maiden's 'head ppr. 182.3 

Cary, Ireland, two hands coujied and 
conjoined ppr., holding a cross crosslet 
fitched az. {Another, gu.) 224. 11 

Cary of London, a lion couchant gardant 
ppr. 7. 10 

Cary-Elwes, Valentine Dudley Henry, of 
Billing Hall, Northampton: (i) Five 
arrows, one in pale and four in saltire, 
all points downwards, interlaced with 
a serpent, all ppr. 270.7 (2) A swan 
with wings elevated and endorsed ppr. 
Deo non fortuna. — In utroque fidelis. 
270. S 

Caryer of Canterbury, Kent, a dove with 
wings elevated arg., membered gu., 
bearing an olive-branch, aU ppr., within 
a circle of glory rayonne or. cf. 93. 14 

Caryslort, Earl (Proby), an ostrich-head 
erased arg., ducally gorged or, holding 
in the beak a key of the last. Manus 
h(EC inimica tyrannis. 

Casaer, Scotland, a dolphin haurient. 

140. II 

Casamajor, a lion rampant sa. i. 10 

Casborne of Newhouse, Pakenham, Suff., 
a lion passant or, gorged with a ducal 
coronet gu. Puro de fonte. cf. 6. 2 

Case and Casse, on a winged globe a 
dove rising, all ppr. 159. 9 

Case, Scotland, a cubit arm in armour or, 
holding in the hand gauntleted a 
sword arg., hilt and pommel of the 
first, round the arm a scarf tied in a 
bow arg. and gu. 

Case of West Chester, a cubit arm vested 
erra., cuffed az., holding in the hand ppr. 
a round buckle or. Diatantia jungit. 

Casement, Roger, Esquire, J.P., of 
Magherin - temple, BaUycastle, co. 
Antrim, on a wreath of the colours a 
mural crown gu., issuing therefrom a 
demi-tiger rampant gardant ppr., 
charged with a mullet of the first, and 
crowned with an Eastern crown or, 
holding in the paws a sword erect ppr.. 
pommel and hilt gold, the point 
encircled with a wreath vert. Dum 
spiro spero. 249. 9 

Casement, out of a mural crown per 
pale gu. and az., a demi-leopard gar- 
dant ppr., crowTied with an Eastern 
crown or, holding a sword passing 
through a wreath of laurel vert. 

Casey, a demi-talbot gu. cf. 55. 11 

Casey, a demi-talbot per fess or and 
gu. cf. 55. 8 

Casey, out of a ducal coronet two branches 
of laurel in orle. 146. 9 

Casey, Ireland, issuing out of a cloud a 
hand in fess holding a garb. 223. 12 

Casey of Dublin, out of a ducal coronet 
or, a demi-eagle displayed ppr. Per 
varios ca.':us. 80. 14 

Casey, Arthur Edrom Comerford, Es- 
quire, of H.M. Bengal Civil Service, out 
of a ducal coronet or, a demi-eagle dis- 
played ppr., charged on the breast with 
a bugle-horn stringed gold. O'Caitha- 
saigh cloidhimh Leirge. cf. 80. 14 

Casey, Hon. James Joseph, C.M.G., of 
Ibrickane, Acland Street, St. Kilda, 



CAS 

and of Weeroona, Port Philip Bay, 
both in Victoria, Australia, Chairman 
of the General Sessions, a rock, thereon 
an eagle rising regardant holding in the 
beak a dagger. Vigore et viriute. 

Cash, out of a mural coronet or, a garb 
ppr., and thereon a bird perched. 153.9 

Casball, a lion rampant supporting a 
plumb-rule arg. 3. 2 

Cashen, Berks, a rose-sprig with leaves 
and buds. Rosam ne rode. 149. S 

Cashine, an arm holding a sword in an 
oak-bush, all ppr. 

Casley (formerly De Chastelai). Will- 
braham John Braddick Casley, Es- 
quire, of Coathara, Redcar, Yorks, a 
lion rampant ppr., armed and langued 
gu. Malo mori quam /cedari. i- 13 

Caslon, a spear-head ppr. 174. 12 

Casmajor, a lion rampant sa. i. 10 

Cason of Steeple Morden, Cambs and 
Herts, a cubit arm vested purp., cuifed 
arg., holding in the hand a firelock 
ppr. 

Cass of Hackney, Middx., and Scotland, 
a pair of scales ppr. 179. 8 

Cass, an 'eagle's head erased gu., charged 
with a fountain, and holding in the 
beak three ears of wheat or. Ubiqxie 
patriam reminisci. 

Cass, Arthur Herbert, Esquire, of United 
Service Club, Pall Mall, W., same crest 
and motto. 

Cass, Captain Charles Herbert Davis, 
same crest and motto. 

Cass, Rev. Frederick Charles, same crest 
and motto. 

Cass, Bernard Croft, Esquire, of May- 
lands, Heaton, Bradford, Yorks, same 
crest and motto. 

Cass, Charles Parkinson, Solicitor, Keigh- 
ley, Yorks, same crest and motto. 

Cassan, Ireland, on a chapeau a Heur-de- 
lis between wings ppr. c /. no. 5 

Cassan of Sheffield House, Ireland, issu- 
ant from an earl's coronet ppr., a boar's 
head and neck erased or, langued gu. 
Juvant arva parentum. 

Cassan, Matthew Sheffield, Esquire, of 
Sheffield House, Maryborough, Queen's 
Co., same crest and motto. 

Casse, out of a ducal coronet or, a demi- 
eagle displayed ppr. So. 14 

Cassel or Cassell, a hawk regardant sup- 
porting with the dexter claw a garland 
of laurel, all ppr. 85. 4 

Cassels, Charles James Hodgson, formerly 
of II, Brunswick Street, Hillside, 
Edinburgh, a dolphin naiant em bowed 
or. Aviselafin. 140. 5 

Cassels, Larrett, Esquire, of the Do- 
minion Bank, Ottawa, Canada, same 
crest and motto. 

Cassels, a castle ppr. Galea spes salutis. 

Cassidi, Francis Richard, of Glenbrook, 
Magherafelt, co. Down, a spear broken 
into three pieces, two in saltire, and 
the head in pale ppr., banded gu. 
Frangas non fleeter. I 

Cassidi of Glenbrook, Magherafelt, co. 

Londonderry, Ireland, a spear broken 

in three pieces, two in saltier, the head 

in pale, banded gu. Frangas non flecies. 

17;. 2 

Cassidy, an arm holding a sword with a 
snake entwined around it ppr. Firm 
and faithful. 



104 

Cassie, a hind's head. 124. i 

Cassilis, Earl, see Ailsa, Marquess of. 

Cassils, Scotland, an arm in armour 
enibowed holding in the hand a fleur- 
de-lis. 199. 14 

Casson, from a tower a dove rising az. 

156. 8 

Casstle, out of a castle triple-towered a 
griffin issuant. c/. 155. 10 

Cassy, a crow feeding ppr. 107. 4 

Cassy, an eagle displayed with two heads 
vert. 74. 2 

Casteja, Marie Emmanuel Alvar de 
Biaudos Scarisbrick, Marquis de, of 
Scarisbrick Hall, near Ormkirk : (i) A 
dove sa., beaked and legged gu., hold- 
ing in the beak an olive-branch ppr., 
charged for distinction with a cross 
crosslet or (for Scarisbrick). (2) De 
Biaudos. 

Castell, Norf., a dragon's head couped 
gu. 71. I 

Castell, a tower arg., in flames at the top 
ppr. 

Castell, Cambs, a tower triple-towered 
sa., purfled or. 157. 6 

Castell, Ireland, on a tower triple- 
towered arg., an arm in armour erect 
holding in the hand an ogress ppr. 

Castell, Ireland, a cross fleury fitched 
vert, fleury or. 166. 7 

Castellain, a unicorn's head couped or. 
Fidd je garderai/. 49. 7 

Castello, James, Esquire, 35, Porchester 
Terrace, Hyde Park, a demi-lion 
rampant. 

Castelton, see Castleton. 

Castelyon, lines, on a tower a lion 
passant or. c/. 156. 2 

Caster, Xorf., a savage standing on a 
serpent ppr. 188. 3 

Castllion and Castillon, Berks, a lion's 

head erased gardant ducally crowned. 

cf. 18. II 

Castle of London, a tower in flames ppr. 

Castle, Egerton, M.A., F.S..A., 49, Sloane 
Gardens, S.W., same crest. Pactum 

Castle of London, a dexter arm couped 
and embowed in fess ppr., vested gu., 
cufied or, holding in the hand a pennon 
charged with a bee volant of the third, 
the staff of the first. 204. 12 

Castle-Stuart, Sir Henry James Stuart- 
Richardson, fifth Earl and Viscount of 
Stuart Hall, Stewartstown, and Drum 
Manor, Cookstown, both in co. Tyrone : 
(l) A lion rampant arg., holding a 
wreath of oak-leaves fructed ppr., and 
charged on the shoulder with a cross 
formee gu. {for Richardson). (2) A 
unicorn's head arg., armed or {for 
Stuart). Forward. 

Castlecomb, an arm in armour embowed 
ppr., garnished or, holding in the hand 
a pistol ppr. cf. 197. 12 

Castle-Cuffe, Viscount, see Desert, Earl. 

Castlehow, a castle ppr., therefrom issu- 
ant a lion az., supporting a passion 
cross or. cf. 155. 10 

Castlelock of Faversham, Kent, oiit of 
a mural coronet or, a demi-griffin 
segreant sans ailes or, holding in the 
talon a cross crosslet fitched of the last. 

Castlemaine, Baron (Handcock), Ireland, 
a demi-lion rampant az., holding be- 
tween the paws a fusil arg., charged 
withacoekgu. Vigilate el orate. 236.6 



Castleman, a lion rampant between two 



of Coberley, Glouc., a demi- 
man in armour holding in his dexter 
hand a flag of defiance displayed over 
his head, his sinister on the pommel of 
his sword, all ppr. 

Castleman, of Chettle, Blandford, for- 
merly of Wimbome and Hinton St. 
Mary. Dorset, a demi-man in armour 
holding in his dexter hand a dagger, 
all ppr., and in his sinister a key or. 
Without God castles are nothing. 299. 3 

Castlereagh, Viscount, see Londonderry, 
Marquess of. 

Castlerosse, Viscount, see Kenmare, Earl. 

Castleton, Suff., a dragon passant, wings 
addorsed vert. 73. 2 

Castleton, Surrey, Suff., and Lines, a 
dragon's head between two wings 
expanded gu. 72. 7 

Castleton, Surrey, a demi-dragon with 
wings addorsed gu. 73. 10 

Castletown, Baron (Fitzpatrick), a dragon 
on its back ppr., surmounted by a lion 
passant sa., the whole debruised by a 
bendlet sinister wavy arg. Fortis sub 
forte fatiscet. cf. 73. 8 

Castlewellan, Baron, see Annesley, Earl 
of. 

Castlyn, a tower ppr., with a flag gu. 

157- 13 

Caston, a lion's gamb erased sa., holding a 
cross pattee, btched in pale erm. 36. 9 

Caswall, Wilts, and Caswell, .\Iiddx., a 
dexter arm couped at the shoulder in 
mail holding in the hand ppr. a cross 
crosslet fitched or. cf. 198. 2 

Caswell, Middx, an arm in armour em- 
bowed grasping a broken spear, all 
ppr. 197-2 

Catcher, out of a ducal coronet ppr., a 
demi-leopard arg., collared and lined 
or. cf. 23. 14 

Catcher, a garb or, banded vert. 153. 2 

Catchmay, a demi-lion issuant az., gorged 
with a coronet or. 10. 7 

Cater, London, Berks, Hunts, and Leics., 
a demi-griffin arg., beaked and legged 
gu. 64. 2 

Cater, A. Parker, Esquire, of Avondale, 

Rugeley, Staffs, and St. Mary's Grove, 

Stafford, same crest. Nihil sine labor. 

64. 2 

Cater of London and Berks, a lion's head 
erased barrv of six or and az. 17. 4 

Caterall of Catherall, Lanes, a cat passant 
or. 26. 4 

Caterall of Horton, Chesh., on a chapeau 
az., turned up erm., a cat passant ppr. 

Catesby, a leopard passant ppr. cf. 24. 2 

Catesby, Northamp., an antelope's head 
couped arg., between the attires or, two 
battle-axes erect ppr. 

Catesby or Cattesbye, Bucks, a lion 
passant sa., crowned or. cf. 6. 2 

Catesby, Northamp. and Bucks, a leopard 
passant gardant arg., pellettee. 24. 4 

Catesnelboge, an anchor ppr. 161. i 

Cathcart, Earl (Cathcart), "a dexter hand 
couped above the wrist and erect ppr., 
grasping a crescent arg. / hope, to 
speed. 216. 8 

Cathcart, of Carbiston, Ayrsh., a dexter 
hand couped at the wrist holding a 
crescent arg. / hope to speed. 216. 8 

Cathcart of Knockdolian Castle, Ayrsh., 
same crest and motto. 



CAT 

Cathcart, Sir Reginald Archibald Ed- 
ward, Bart., Scotland, a dexter hand 
holding up a heart royally crowned, 
all ppr. By faith we are saved. 

cf. 216. 9 

Cathcart, a pyramid arg., environed by 
a vine vert. cf. 179. 12 

Catherens, Catherns, and Catharines, a 
griffin or, pellettee. 63. 8 

Catheryns, a griffin statant or, guttee-de- 
poix. c/. 63. 8 

Cathery, a boar's head couped 9a., holding 
in the mouth three arrows. 42. 9 

Cathie, Scotland, a stag's head couped 
ppr. 121. 5 

Cathrope, on a mount a stag current. 

118. 13 

Cathrow-Disney, see Disney. 

Catley, a hand erect holding a sealed 
letter ppr. cf. 215. 7 

Catlin and Catlyn, a leopard's head 
couped at the neck and regardant arg., 
ducally gorged and lined or. 

Catlin, a demi-leopard rampant gardant 
arg., pellettee, ducally gorged vert, be- 
tween tw-o wings of the last. 

Catlin or Catlyn, Beds and Northamp., a 
lion's head erased arg., collared and 
lined or. cf. 18. 6 

Catlin, Kent, a lion sejant gardant or. 
between two wings adorsed barry of 
si.\ of the first and az. 

Caton, Rev. Redmond Bewley, Great 
Fakenham Rectory, Suff., issuant 
from a castle with two towers arg., 
charged with three crosses crosslet 
fitchee in fesse sa., a Saracen's head 
affrontee ppr., wreathed round the 
temples or and gu. Caultus metuit 
foueam lupus. 

Cator, Albemarle, of Beckenham Place, 
Kent, a lion's head erased erminois, 
charged on the neck with two bars 
engrailed gu. Nihil sine labore. 

cf. 17. 8 

Cator, Albemarle, Esquire, of Wood- 
bastwick Hall, Norwich, and Trews- 
bury, Coates, Cirencester, same crest 
and motto. 

Catt, a horned owl ppr. 96. 5 

Catt, George Henry, Esquire, of Villa 
Araalthea, Hythe, Southampton, in 
front of an esquire's helmet ppr., a 
gauntlet fesseways, also ppr. Fortis 
qui prudens. 267. 14 

Cattelin, a demi-leopard rampant gar- 
dant arg., pellettee, ducally gorged 
vert, between two wings of the last. 

Catterall of Crook, Lanes, a cat passant 
gardant arg. cf. 26. 4 

Cattesbye, see Catesby. 

Cattle, Lanes, a wolf's head az. 30. 5 

Cattley, a demi-cat rampant gardant 
supporting an anchor. cf. 26. 12 

Cattley, see Catley. 

Catton, a horned owl arg. 96. 5 

Catton, Oxford, on a tun a dog sejant. 

Catty, a goat's head erased arg. 128. 5 

CatziUS, an estoile or, within a garland 
of laurel vert. 

Catznellage, the attires of a stag or. 
Ne supra. 123. 5 

Caudwell, Eber, Surgeon, 8, Battersea 
Rise, S.W., a cock's head couped hold- 
ing a cross patee fitchee, all between 
two wings. In deo spes. 

Cauley, from a plume of three ostrich- 
feathers an eagle rising ppr. 80. 6 



105 

Caillfeild of Drumcaime, Tyrone, a dra- 
gon's head erased gu., gorged with a 
bar gemelle arg. Deo duce, ferro comi- 
tante. cf. 71. 2 

Caulfeild of Raheenduff, Queen's Co. ; 
of Bloomfield, Westmeath ; of Dona- 
mon Castle, co. Roscommon, same 
crest and motto. 

Caulfeild, out of a mural coronet a hand 
holding a sword wavy. cf. 212. 4 

Caulfeild, see Charlemont, Earl of. 

Caulfeild, of Matlock House, Twickenham, 
Middx., a dragon's head erased gu., 
gorged with a collar gemelle arg. Deo 
duce, ferro comitante. 276. 2 

Caulfeild, Algernon Thomas St. George, 
Esquire, of Donamon Castle, Ro=-- 
oommon, same crest and motto. 276. 2 

Caulkin, Warw., out of a ducal coronet a 
demi-lion rampant ppr. Vincit qui se 
vincit. 16. 3 

Caundis, out of an antique crown or, a 
lion's head gu. cf. 17. 5 

Caunter, a naked arm erect couped at 
the elbow holding a palm-branch ppr. 
Quam non torret hyems. 219. 11 

Caus, a cinquefoil per pale arg. and az. 

148. 7 2 

Causton, Surrey, a demi-leopard with 
a lion's tail arg., collared per pale az. 
and gu. 

Causton, Richard Knight, Esquire, a 
demi-leopard rampant arg. In Deo spes. 

Causton, Essex, a cubit arm erect vested 
gu., cuffed arg., charged with two 
bends wavy sa., holding in the hand 
ppr. a round buckle or. 

Causton, a wolf's head erased or. 30. 8 

Cautley, Nathaniel, Esquire, of Shelf 
Hall, Halifax, Yorks : (i) Two swords 
in saltire ppr., pommels and hilts or, 
surmounted by a cross flory or {for 
Cautley). (2) On a mount vert, an 
Angora goat in front of a palm-tree 
ppr., resting the dexter foot upon an 
escutcheon gu., charged with a shuttle 
paleways or (for Bottomley). Fideli 
certa merces. 

Cauty. a catherine-wheel az. 167. 2 

Cauvin, Scotland, a dexter hand holding 
a dagger point downwards, cf. 213. 6 

Cavaler of London, a horse's head sa., 
maned, bridled, and armed or, on his 
head a plume of three feathers, the 
first arg., the second or, the tliird 
gu. 50. 14 

Cavall, a naked man holding a palm- 
tree ppr. 

Cavan, Earl of, and Baron (Lambart), 
Ireland, on a mount vert, a centaur per 
pale gu. and arg., drawing a bow, also 
gu., the arrow or. TJt quocurujue 
■paralus. cf 53. 2 

Cavanagb, out of a crescent arg., a 
garb or. 

Cavanagh, Ireland, a stag lodged be- 
tween two branches of laurel. 115. 11 

Cave, Sir Charles Daniel. Bart., a daisy- 
flower slipped ppr., a greyhound's head 
issuant therefrom, per pale arg. and 
sa., guttee counterchanged 

Cave, Verney-, Baron Braye, see Braye. 

Cave, a greyhound current sa., collared 
or. Cave. Deus videt. {Another, col- 
lared arg.) cf. 58. 2 

Cave, Glouc, a greyhound courant la.. 
holding in the mouth a scroll bearing 
the motto. Cave. 



CAV 

Cave-Browne-Cave, Sir Mylles, Bart., 
of Stanford, Northants : ( i ) A grey- 
hound com ant sa., holding in his 
mouth an escroU with the motto, 
Gardez (for Cave). (2) A stork ppr., 
beaked and membered or {for Broivne). 
105. II 

Cave, Leics., out of a flower arg., stalked 
and leaved vert, a greyhound's head 
per pale erm. and ermines. 61. 14 

Cave of Belmont, Millhill, and Queens- 
berry House, Richmond, Surrey, a 
greyhound sejant or, pellettee, resting 
the dexter paw on a cross moline gu. 
Cave, Deus videt. cf. i;q. 4 

Cave, Basil Shillito. Esquire, C.B.. 
H.B.M.'s Agency and Consulate- 
General, Zanzibar, and 14, Redclilie 
Square, London, S.W., same crest and 
motto. 

Cave, George, Esquire, of the Old Palace, 
Richmond, Surrey, same crest and 
motto. 

Cave, Thomas, Esquire, same crest and 
motto. 

Cave, Sir Charles Daniel, of Cleve Hill, 
Glouc, a daisy-flower slipped ppr., 
issuant therefrom a greyhound's head 
per pale arg. and sa., guttee counter- 
changed. Cave, 257. 3 

Cave-Orme, George .^lington. Esquire, of 
Vicarage House, Teddington, a dolphin 
naiant arg., charged on the body with 
two escallops gu., and between as many 
branches of coral of the last. 

Cavel, an unicorn sejant arg. 

Cavell of Trehaverrock, Cornw., a calf's 
head couped gu. Karanza whilas ka- 

Cavenagb, issuing out of clouds two 
dexter hands grasping an oak-stump 
ppr., sprouting anew jipr. 224. 10 

Cavenagh, a stag lodged between two 
branches of laurel vert. 115. 11 

Cavenagh-Mainwaring, James Gordon, 
Esquire, of Whitmore HaU, Staffs : (i) 
Out of a ducal coronet or, an ass's 
head ppr. {for Mainivaring). (2) Upon 
a mount between two trefoils slipped 
vert a crescent az., therefrom issuant 
a garb or. Devant si je puis. 

Cavendish, Duke 0! Devonshire, see 

Devonshire. 

Cavendish, Baron Chesham, see Chesham. 

Cavendish, Baron Waterpark, see Water- 
park. 

Cavendish, Sussex, a wolf's head or, 
collared gu. 30. 9 

Cavendish, a serpent nowed vert. 

142.4 

Cavendish, Alfred Edward John, Esquire, 
a snake nowed ppr. Cavendo tutti-s. 

Cavendish, Captain Cecil Charles, same 
crest and motto. 

Cavendish, Charles George, Esquire, same 
crest and motto. 

Cavendish, Ernest Lionel Francis, Es- 
quire, same crest and motto. 

Cavendish, Francis William Henry, Es- 
quire, same crest and motto. 

Cavendish, Reginald Richard Frederick, 
Esquire, same crest and motto. 

Cavendish, Victor Christian William, 
Esquire, of Holker Hall, Carnforth, 
same crest and motto. 

Cavendish, William Henry Alexander 
George Delmar, Esquire, same crest 
and motto. 



Caw, Scotland, a stag's head holding in 

the mouth a serpent, all ppr. 1 2 1 . 7 

Cawarden, a wolf's head erased sa., 

pierced with an arrow arg c/. 30. 8 

Cawdor, Earl (Campbell), a swan ppr. 

Be mindjul. cj. gg. 2 

Cawdor, a sheaf of arrows sa., barbed and 

feathered or, banded gu. 173. 3 

Cawley, out of a plume of three ostrich- 
feathers an eagle rising ppr. 80. 6 

Cawley, Fredericli, Esquire, of Brook- 
lands, Prestwich, Manchester, upon a 
mount vert a swan's head erased arg., 
between six bulrushes stalked and 
leaved, three on either side or. 

Cawley, Hugh, Esquire, of Alderley 
Edge, same crest and motto. 

Cawodley and Cawoodley of Cawodley 
and vStridley, Devonsh., a hawk's leg 
a?., joiried at the knee to a wing arg., 
belled or. "o- 5 

Cawson of London, out of a ducal coro- 
net or, a imicorn's head arg., ducally 
gorged, lined and ringed sa. c/. 48. i; 

Cawston, George, Esquire, of the Manor 
House, Cawston, Norf., and 56, Upper 
Brook Street, W., in front of an oak- 
tree ppr., a falcon arg., charged on the 
wing with a cross crosslet sa., preying 
on a hare az. Sohou, Sohou. 249. 8 

Cawthorne, George J., Esquire, of Beau- 
chene. Fox Hill, Upper Norwood, Lon- 
don, S.E., and of Stretton House, Lea- 
mington Spa., a thorn-tree, and on the 
top thereof a rook perched and cawing 
ppr., all between two wings sa., each 
charged with a chess rook or. At spes 
non fracta. 106. 8 

Cawthorne, a raven ppr. 107. 14 

Cawthorne, Yorks, an arm enibowed 
ppr., holding in the hand a cross 
patonce or. 

Cawthra of Toronto, Canada, upon a 
quiver fessewise filled with arrows or, 
a boar's head couped az., holding in 
the mouth two arrows saltirewise, the 
points resting on the quiver, also or. 
Maintien le Droit. 228. i 

Cawthra, Henry, Esquire, of Yeadon 
Hall, Toronto, Canada, same crest and 
motto. 

Cawton, a dromedary sa., bezantee. 

132. 2 

Cay, see Kay. 

Cay of Bishop-Wearmouth, Durh., a 
griffin's head erased sa., holding in the 
beak a key az. Patria cara carior 
libertas. 66. 6 

Cay, a hawk ppr., and flotant behind 
him a pennon vert, tied round the 
neck and charged with the arms, viz., 
az., a bend or, debruised by a label of 
three points arg. 

Cay of Charlton Hall, Northumb., a royal 
eagle gorged with a collar and banner 
vert, bearing a rose arg. Sit tine 
spind. 

Cayle, Ireland, a demi-stag holding in the 
mouth a rose slipped a-nd leaved. 

119. I 

Cayley, Sir George Everard Arthur. Bart., 
Yorks, a demi-lion rampant or, charged 
with a bend gu., thereon three mullets 
arg., and holding in the dexter paw a 
battle-axe arg., the handle gu., gar- 
nished or. Niil q^uvi per lucem ac tene- 
bras mea sidera sanguine surgent. 



Cayley, Digby I/eonard Arthur, Esquire, 
of Lovely Hall, Salesbury, near Black- 
burn, same crest and motto. 
Cayley of Low Hall, Yorks, a demi- 
lion rampant or, charged with a bend 
gu., thereon three mullets arg., and 
holding in the dexter paw a battle-axe 
arg., the handle gu., garnished or. 

15. 6 

Cayley, Hugh, Esquire, of Wydale, Yorks, 
a demi-lion rampant or, charged with 
a bend gu., thereon three mullets arg., 
in the paws a battle-axe az., handle 
also gu., tufted or. 

Cayley, Sir Eichard, of 62, Clarendon 
Road, W., same crest. 

Cayley- Webster, Herbert, Capt.. late 7th 
Brigade South Irish Division, Royal 
Artillery, of Junior Naval and MiUtary 
Club : (I) A di-agon's head couped (/or 
Webster). 275. 6. (2) A lion rampant 
holding in the paws a battle-axe {for 
Caifle'j). Fides etjustitia. 275.1 

Cayly and Cayley, a mascle vert. 167. 9 

Cayzer, Sir Charles, M.P., of Gartmore, 
Perthsh., a sea-lion erect ppr., holding 
in the dexter paw a fleur-de-lis, and 
supporting with the sinister an estoile. 
both or. Caute sed impamde. 271.19 

Cazalet, a casque, and in front thereof 
a tilting-spear fesaewise, all ppr. 

Cazalet, Clement H. Langston, Tanhurst, 
near Dorking, Surrey, and 2, Bedford 
Court Mansions, Bedford Square, 
London, W.C, same crest. Spero 
meliora. 

Cazalet, William JIarshall, Esquire, of 
Fairlawn, Tunbridge, Kent, a casque 
ppr. 

Cazenove, a sword in pale az., hilted or. 
170. 2 

Cazenove, .Arthur Philip, Esquire, of 51, 
Cadogan Place, S.W., two demi-lions 
guardant, addorsed, taiLs interlaced, 
that on the dexter or, that on the 
sinister az., each gorged with a collar 
counterchanged, and holding between 
the paws a rose as in the arms. 

Cecil, Marquess of Exeter, see Exeter. 

Cecil, Marquess of Salisbury, see Salisbury. 

Cecil, six arrows in saltier or, barbed and 
ilighted arg., girt together by a belt 
gu., buckled and garnished of the first, 
and over the arrows a morion-cap. 

173. 10 

Cecil, Lord William, of Burghley House, 
Stamford, on a chapeau gu., turned 
up erm., a garb or, supported by two 
Uons rampant, the dexter arg., the 
sinister az., the garb charged with a 
mullet, also az., for difference. 3. 5 

Cecil, a garb or, supported by two Uons 
rampant, the dexter arg., the sinister 
az. c/. 3. 5 

Ceily or Ceely, an arm in armour, holding 
in the hand a pheon, point upward, all 
ppr. 211. 7 

Celey, Cornw., a tiger sejant arg. 27. 6 

Cely or Ceely, Essex, a bundle of quills 
ppr. 113- 6 

Cely, a dexter hand with the two first 
fingers erect. 122. 11 

Cenino, an escallop between two palm- 
branches ppr. 141. 4 

Cervington, Devonsh., a tun or, and 

issuing out of the bung-hole five roses 

of the same stalked and leaved ppr. 

154- 4 



CHA 

Cevilioc, an arm in armour embowed, 

round the shoulder a ribbon tied in a 

bow, and holding in the hand a knotted 

club. 199. 3 

Ceyley, see Cayley. 

Chabnor, Herts, a pheon or. 174. 1 1 

Chace, a lion rampant or, holding be- 
tween its paws a cross patonce gu. 

cf. I. 13 

Chad, Bart, (extinct), Norf., a falcon, wings 
expanded ppr., beaked, legged, and 
membered or, supporting in the dexter 
claw a cross potent per pale gu. and 
arg. 

Chad, Scott-, Joseph Stonehewer, Thurs- 
ford Hall, East Dereham, Norf.: (l) 
Same crest as above. (2) Crest of 
Scott. 

Chadborn, Glouc, a demi-griffin az. 

64. 2 

Chadborn, C. N., M.R.C.S., Glouc a 
demi-griffin sa. Quo fata vacant. 293.2 

Chaderton, a griffin's head couped gu. 

66. I 

Chadock, a martlet arg. 95. 4 

Chadock and Chaddock, on a ducal coro- 
net or, a martlet gu. 95. 12 

Chads, a unicorn's head couped between 
two laurel- branches ppr. 49. 14 

Chadwell, out of a ducal coronet a dexter 
hand holding by the neck a swan's head 
erased ppr. 220. 7 

Chadwick, on a ducal coronet or, a mart- 
let gu. 95. 12 

Chadwick, Notts, Staffs, and Lanes, a 
lily arg., stalked and leaved vert. In 
candore decus. 151. 2 

Chadwick, Hugo Mavesyn, Esquire, of 
Shenstone. Lichfield, same crest. Stans 
cum rege. 

Chadwick, Alfred, Esquire, of Frankham, 
Mark Cross, Sussex, a lily stalked and 
leaved ppr., between two quatrefoils 
or. Nil desperandum. 

Chadwick of Healey, Lanes: (i) A lily 
arg., stalked and leaved vert. 151. 2 
(2) A talbot's head gu., pierced through 
the neck with an arrow or, and gorged 
with a collar charged with the arms 
of Hansacre, viz., erm., three chess 
rooks gu. Juxta salopiam. — Stans cum 
rege. 

Chadwick of Puddleston Court, Leo- 
minster, a white Uly stalked and 
leaved surmounted by two crosses 
crosslet fitched in saltier. In candore 
decus. ■ 151. 2 

Chadwick, Harry, Esquire, of Chad 
Wyche, Bovey Tracey, Devonsh., in 
front of two cross crosslets fitchee in 
saltire the flower and stem of a lily 
slipped ppr. In candore decus. 

Chadwick of High Bank. Lanes, in front 
of a lily stalked and leaved ppr., a 
martlet arg. Deo fidens proficio. 

Chadwick, Edward Marion, Esquire, of 
the city of Toronto, Canada, a martlet 
arg., holding in its beak a white lily 
slipped and leaved ppr., borne fesse- 
ways, the flower to the sinister. In 
candore decus. — Tou)ours pret. 

Chadwick, His Honour Austin Cooper 
of Guelph, Canada, same crest and 
mottoes. 

Chadwick, Alfred, M.D., Clyde House, 
Heaton Chapel, Stockport, a white lily 
stalked and leaved ppr. In candore 
decus. 



CHA 

Chadwick, Cooper-: (i) A martlet sa., 
charged on the breast with a crescent 
arg., holding in the beak a lily slipped 
and leaved ppr. (for Chadwick). (2) 
On a mount vert, a bull passant per 
pale arg. and sa., gorged with a collar 
dancettee az. (jor Cooper). cf. 45. 7 

Chafe, Dorset and Devonsh., a demi-lion 
rampant az., bezantee, langued gu., 
holding between the paws a lozenge 
arg. {Not recorded.) cf. 13. I 

Chaffers, on a mural crown gu., charged 
mth three mullets of eight points or, 
a chaffinch ppr. 

ChafUn, on a mural crown a mullet of 
eight plain rays or. cf. 164. 4 

Chafin or Chailin, Dorset, a talbot passant 
or. 54. I 

Chafy-Chafy, Rev. Wm. Kyle Westwood, 
M.A.. Rous Lench, Court Evesham, on 
a mount vert, between two branches of 
palm, a peacock in his pride, aU ppr. 
Fide et fiducia. 103. 14 

Chaigneau, Ireland, a lion's head erased 
gu. 17- ' 

Chalbots, two anchors in saltier ppr. 

161. 7 

Chalie, in water a swan naiant with wings 
addorsed. 99. 9 

Chaike of Long Ashton, Westbury, and 
Yatton, Somers., Avington, Berks, and 
Shelborne, Wilts, out of a ducal coronet 
or, a demi-swan rising arg., crested 
gu. cf. 100. 12 

Chaike, Alfred Raymond, Esquire, of 
Coryton Terrace, Mutley, Plymouth, 
in front of a demi-swan, wings ex- 
panded or, a fountain, each wing charged 
with a cinquefoil gu. Sempcrvirtute vivo. 

Chalkhill, Middx., out of a ducal coro- 
net or, a horse's head erm., maned of 
the first. 51. 7 

Chalklen, on a mural coronet a sheaf of 
seven arrows, points upward. 

Cha'len, Sussex, a castle arg., thereon a 
lias;. S pes, solus, decus. 155-8 

Challen-Gratwick, Sussex, a demi-horse 
salient. Gloria Deo. 53. 3 

Challenge, Glouc, au eagle's head sa. 

83. I 

Challenor, Susses, a wolf statant regard- 
ant arg., pierced through the shoulder 
th a broken spear or, the upper part 
his mouth, the lower resting on the 



It- 

iChall( 



ith. 



Challon, a mermaid holding in her dexter 
hand a mirror ppr. cf. 184. ? 

Chailoner and Chaloner, a demi-sea-wolf 
rampant or. Sicut quercus. 

Chalmers of Aldbar, Forfarsh., an eagle 
rising ppr. Spero. 77. 5 

Chalmers, Patrick, Aldbar Castle, near 
lititlun, same crest and motto. 

Chalmers of Balnecraig, Scotland, same 
irist and motto. 

Chalmers, an eagle rising regardant ppr., 
Svn-n. 77. 4 

Chalmers, Sir David Patrick, H.M. Advo- 
1 ati- for Gold Coast Colony, an eagle 
risinj; regardant ppr. Spero. 77. 4 

Chalmers of Leith Mount, Scotland, on a 
nii.'unt vert, an eagle rising ppr., holding 
in his dexter talon a sword ppr. Spero. 

Chalmers, John Henry, Gentleman, of 
Holcombe, Moretonhampstead, South 
Devonsh., a falcon, wings addorsed 
ppr., semee-de-lis, between two quatre- 
foils, all gu. Quid non Deo juvante. 



107 

Chalmers, His Honour Judge Mackenzie, 
of Leamington, upon an Eastern crown 
an eagle rising, wino;3 displayed ppr., 
collared and murally crowned, and 
supporting with the dexter claw a 
flagstaff erect, therefrom flowing to 
the sinister a banner arg., charged 
with a lion passant gu. Spero. 7S. 13 

Chalmers, Dalzell, Barrister, i, the Man- 
sions, Earl's Court, S.W., same crest 
and motto. 

Chalmers, Scotland, a hawk rising ppr., 
jes.sed and belled or. Proviptus et 
fiddis. 87. I 

Chalmers, a falcon belled ppr. Non 
prceda, sed victoria. 85. 2 

Chalmers of Westburn, Aberdeen, a dove 
holding an olive-branch in her beak 
ppr. Spero. 92. 5 

Chalmers, David Montague Alexander, 
Esquire, of Beaconhill, Murtle, Aber- 
deen, and :8, Golden Square, Aber- 
deen, same crest and motto. 

Chalmers, John Gray, Esquire, of Aber- 
deen, same crest and motto. 

Chalmers, W. Bryce, 21, Cromwell 
Crescent, S.W., same crest and motto. 

Chalmers, Scotland, a demi-lion holding 
in the dexter paw a fleur-de-lis gu. 
Quid non Deo juvante. 13. 2 

Chalmers of Kildonnan, a demi-lion hold- 
ing in his dexter paw a sabre ppr. 
Non temere. 14. 12 

Chalmers, Scotland, a lion's head erased 
sa. Avancez. 17. 8 

Chalmers of Ashentrees, Scotland, a 
sinister hand holding up a pair of 
scales ppr. Lux mihi laurus. 

cf. 217. 13 

Chamber, a demi-eagle with two heads 
displayed per pale sa. and arg., the 
heads imperially crowned or. 

Chamber, Middx., Comw., and Essex, a 
bear passant sa., muzzled, collared, and 
lined or. cf. 34. i 

Chamber, Notts, out of a chaplet of 
roses gu., leaved vert, a greyhound's 
head arg., gorged with a belt az., 
buckled and studded or, from the belt 
in front a chain and ring of the last. 

Chamber, Leics., out of a coronet or, an 
otter's head arg. 

Chamberlain, Sir Henry Hamilton Errol, 
Bart., 16, Chester Street, Belgrave 
Square, S.W., of London, an eagle dis- 
played ppr., the dexter claw resting on 
an armillary sphere or. Spes et fides. 
^54-4 

Chamberlain and Chamberlayne, a swan 
with wings addorsed, crowned ppr. 

99- 4 

Chamberlain, out of a mural coronet gu., 
a demi-lion rampant or, holding in the 
dexter paw a key arg. 

Chamberlain, Rt. Hon. Joseph, M.P., 
40, Prince's Gardens, London, S.W., 
out of a mural coronet a demi-lion 
rampant holding between the paws 
a key erect, wards upwards. Je tiens 

Chamberlain, a bear's head erased arg. 

}S- - 
Chamberlain and Chamberlan, a pheon 
with part of the shaft broken ppr. 

174. 10 

Chamberlain or Chamberlayn, an ass's 
head oouped arg. 125. 12 



CHA 

Chamberlain and Chamberlaine, Glouc, 
Oxon., and Yorks, out of a ducal coro- 
net or, an ass's head arg. 125. 10 

Chamberlain, an ass's head erased arg., 
ducally crowned or. 

Chamberlayn, Cambs, an ass's head 
erased ppr., ducally gorged or. 

Chamberlayne, Ingles-, Henrv, of The 
Hyde, Glouc. : (i) Out of a ducal 
coronet an ass's head. 125. 10. {2) A 
lion's head erased charged with three 
trefoils. Virtuti nihil invium. 

cf. 17. 8 

Chamberlayne, out of a ducal coronet 
gu., the head of an ass are. 125. 10 

Chamberlayne, William Tankerville, of 
Stoney Thorpe, Warw., out of a ducal 
coronet or. an ass's head ppr. Prodesse 
quam conspici. 125. 10 

Chamberlayne, Tankerville, Esquire, of 
Cranbury Park, Hants, out of a ducal 
coronet or, an ass's head arg. Mors 
potior macula. 125. 10 

Chamberlayne, Stanes Brocket Henrv, 
Barrister - at - Law, Wetherley Hall, 
Atherstone, same crest and motto. 

Chamberlayne, Ireland, a pegasus. 47. i 

Chamberlayne, Tankerville James, of 
Cyprus, 27, Upper Mount Street, 
Dublin, and 41, Lancaster Gate, W., 
a pegasus arg. Nemo me impune 
lacessit. 

Chamberlen of Loudon, a dexter arm 
couped and embowed fesseways hold- 
ing in the hand a grenade fired, all 
ppr. 202. 5 

Chamberlin of London, out of a Saxon 
coronet an ostrich holding in the beak 
a key. 

Chambers of Fox Hall, Ireland, a falcon 
close belled ppr. Spero dum spiro. 

Chambers, a falcon belled ppr. Non 

prceda, sed victoria. 85. 2 

Chambers, Scotland, a falcon rising and 
belled ppr. Facta non verba. 87. i 
Chambers, Charles Edward Stuart, Es- 
quire, of Cardney, Dunkeld, N.B., 
same crest and motto. 
Chambers of Wimbledon, London, S.W., 



out of a ducal coronet or, a demi-eagle 
prceda, 

sed victoria. 



displayed gu., winged or. Non prced 



Chambers, out of a ducal coronet or, a 
demi-eagle displayed gu., winged of 
the first. 80. 13 

Chambers, Richard Edward Elliot, Es- 
quire, out of a ducal coronet or, charged 
with a cross humettee gu., a demi- 
eagle displayed of the last, winged and 
collared of the first. Non prceda, sed 

Chambers, Edmund Frederic, Esquire, of 
the Hurst, near Alfreton, Derbysh., 
in front of a fret or, a stork, the wings 
expanded ppr., each wing charged with 
a cinquefoil, also or. In fide fortis. 

104. 12 

Chambers, Ireland, on a mount a tree 
ppr. 143- 14 

Chambers, G. F., Lethen Grange, Syden- 
ham, S.E., an arm in armour embowed 
ppr., charged with a cross couped gu., 
holding in the hand, also ppr., a 
scimitar arg., hilt and pommel or. 
Vi et virlute. cf. 196. 10 

Chambers, an ass's head erased arg. 

cf. 125. 12 



CHA 

Chambers, Sir George Henry, Langley 
Lodge, Beckeuham, Kent, in front of 
an ass's head erased sa., collared gem- 
elle, an anchor fessewise or. 

Chambers, a leg in armour, varnished 

and spurred, couped at the thigh, the 

thigh resting upon the wreath, the toe 

pointing to the sinister. Deo ac hello. 

cf. 193- 8 

Chambers, Leic.^., out of a ducal coronet 
or, three holly-leaves vert. 

Chambers, a bear passant sa., muzzled, 
collared, and chained or. cf. 34. i 

Chambers, George Wilton, of London and 
Clough House, Yorks, on a mount vert, 
a bear passant ppr., muzzled and 
gorged with an Eastern crown, from 
the muzzle a chain pendent and reflexed 
over the back, all or. cf. 34. 5 

Chambers, Oxon., a greyhound's head 
erased arg., round his neck a belt az., 
buckled oV. <•/. 61. 4 

Chambers, Ireland, a greyhound's head 
erased arg., collared sa., garnished or. 
Vivam te laudare. cf. 61. 2 

Chambers of London, within a moun- 
tain vert, a man working in a copper- 
mine, holding in his hand a pick-axe 
elevated ppr., his cap, shirt, drawers, 
and nose arg., his shoes sa., the planet 
Venus rising behind the mountain 
or. 

Chambley and Chambly, above a globe a 
ship ppr. 160. I 

Chambre, Shropsh. : (i) A greyhound's 
head erased arg., collared az., buckled 
and studded or, from the belt in front 
a chain and ring of the last. cf. 61. 2. 
(2) A camel's head quarterly arg. and 
or, collared gu., between three annulets 
of the last. 

Chambr6, Hunt Walsh, Esquire, of Dun- 
gannim House, co. Tyrone, a grey- 
iiound's head erased arg., collared az., 
therefrom a cord knotted and termi- 
nated by a ring or. Tutamen 
piilchris. 

Chambre of London, a cock gu., holding 

in its dexter claw three wheat-ears or. 

cf. 91. 2 

Chambre of Halhead Hall and Kendal, 
Westmoreland, a cock gu., holding in 
his dexter claw three wheat-ears or. 
En Dieu est toiit. c/. 91. 2 

Chambre, Ireland, a greyhound's head 
erased arg., collared az., therefrom 
a cord knotted and terminated by a 
ring or. Tutamen jtulchris. 

Chambre, a rose-branch ppr. 149. 8 

Chambres, Reginald Gordon, a grey- 
hound's head erased arg., collared az., 
leashed with knotted leash or. A fijn 
duw a fydd. 

Chamier, a cubit arm in bend vested az., 
charged with five fleurs-de-lis in saltire 
or, cuffed erm., holding in the hand a 
scroll, and thereon an open book ppr., 
garnished of the second. 

Chamier of Dublin, out of a French noble 
coronet ppr., a cubit arm in bend 
vested az., charged with five fleurs-de- 
lis in saltire or, cuffed erm., holding 
in the hand a scroll, and thereon 
an open book ppr., garnished gold. 
A-perto vivere voto. 

Chamier, Adrian Charles, Captain, 46, 
Nevern Square, S.W., same crest. 
Aperto vivere voto. 



108 

Chamier, Lieutenant-General Stephen, 
C.B., 64, Inverness Terrace, W., same 
crest and motto. 

Chamley of Dublin, a demi-griffin segre- 
ant erm., beaked and winged or, hold- 
ing between the claws a helmet arg., 
garnished or. Cassis tutissima virtus. 
cf. 64. I 

Chamond, Cornw., a lion sejant. S. 8 

Chamond and Chaumond, a griffin sejant 
or. 62. 10 

Chamond, on a chapeau ppr., a fleur-de- 
lis gu., between two wings of the 
first. cf. no. 5 

Champ, a stag ppr. 117. 5 

Champagne, a bunch of grapes slipped 
and leaved vert. 152. 7 

Champain, a demi-lion rampant gardant 
gu. 10. 8 

Champayn, Scotland, a, bear's head 
couped sa. 34. 14 

Champernon, a lion's head erased arg., 
semee of pellets ducally crowned or. 

iS. 9 

Champernonne and Champernowne, out 
of a ducal coronet an ostrich rising 
holding in the beak a horse-shoe, all 
ppr. 96. 8 

Cbamperoun, a dexter hand holding a 
rose-branch ppr. 218. 10 

Champernowne, a swan sitting ppr., hold- 
ing in the beak a horse-shoe or. 

Champernowne, Arthur Melville, Dart- 
ington Hall, Totnes, same crest. 

Champernowne, a demi-lion arg. . holding 
a cross formee fitchee or. cf. 11. 10 

Champion, an arm in armour embowed 
and erect ppr., garnished or, holding 
in the gauntlet a chaplet of laurel 
vert. 199. 12 

Champion, Albert Edward Gurney, 3, 
Fourth Avenue Mansions, Hove, 
Brighton, same crest. Semper fidelis. 

Champion of London, an arm erect 
couped at the elbow, vested gu., charged 
with three bars or, holding in the hand 
ppr. a rose-branch of the last. 

Champion, an arm erect vested arg., 
cuffed gu., holding a chaplet of laurel 
vert. 

Champion, a turkey-cock ppr. 108. 5 

Champion of London, a leopard's head 
erased gardant or, ducally gorged sa. 
Prceclarius quo difficiiius. cf. 23. 8 

Champion of London, a winged spur ppr. 
Speed. III. 12 

Champion De Crespigny, see De Cres- 

pigny. 

Champney of London, a leopard's head 
erased gardant or, ducally gorged sa. 

cf. 23. 8 

Champney, a lion's gamb erased sup- 
porting a torteau. 39. 13 

Champneys, a demi-Moor side-faced, 
habited or, cuffs, cape, and orna- 
ments on the shoulders gu., wreathed 
about the temples also or and gu., and 



hold; 



mg 



the dexter hand 



ring or, stoned az. 

Champreys, same crest. Pro patria non 
timidus perire. 

Chance {the descendants of the lata Wm. 
Chance, Esquire, of Birmingham, who 
died 1828), on a wreath of the colours 
a demi-lion rampant gu., semee of an- 
nulets or, holding between the paws 
a sword erect entwined by a wreath of 
oak, all ppr. Deo non fortuna. 246. 5 



CHA 

Chance, Alexander Macomb, Esquire, of 
Lawnside, Edgbaston, Birminghi 
same crest and motto. 

Chance, Arent De Peyster, Esquire, of 
Wheatfields, Powick, Worcs., same crest 
and motto. 

Chance, Arthur Lucas, Esquire, of Great 
Alne Hall, Alcester, same crest and 
motto. 

Chance, Edward Ferguson, Esquire, of 
Sandford Park, Steeple Alston, Oxon., 
same crest and motto. 

Chance, Frederick William, Esquire, of 
Morton, Carlisle, same crest and motto. 

Chance, George, Esquire, of 28, Leinster 
Gardens, London, W., same crest and 
motto. 

Chance, George Ferguson, Esquire, of 
Clent Grove, near Stourbridge, same 
crest and motto. 

Chance, Henry, Esquire, of Leamington, 
same crest and motto. 

Chance, Sir James Timmins, of 5 1 , Prince's 
Gate, London, S.W., and i. Grand 
Avenue, Hove, Sussex, a demi - li 
rampant gules, semee of annulets 
holding between the paws a sword 
erect, entwined by a wreath of oak, all 
ppr. Deo non fortuna. 

Chance, John Homer, Esquire, of Edg- 
baston, Birmingham, same crest and 
motto. 

Chance, Joseph Selby, Esquire, of Car- 
lisle, same crest and motto. 

Chance, William Edward, Esquire, of 
Aldby Park, York, same crest and 
motto. 

Chancelor or Chancellor, Scotland, an 
eagle displayed sa. Que je surmonte. 

Chancellor of ShieldhiU, by Biggar, 
Lanarksh., same crest and motto. 

Chancey, Northamp., an arm erect vested 
ar"., entiled with a ducal coronet or, 
holding in the hand ppr. a battle-axe, 
the staff gu., headed of the first. 

cf. 207. 10 

Chancey, out of a ducal coronet or, a 
griffin's head gu., charged with a pale 
az., between two wings displayed of the 
last, the inner part of the wings of the 
second. 6; 

Chancey, Essex and Norf., out of a ducal 
coronet or, a griffin's head with wi: 
endorsed bendy gu. and az., beaked of 
the first. 67. I 

Cbandew, a pelican's nest with three 
young birds in it ppr. 

Chandlee, Thomas, Esquire, of Balltore, 
Athy ; Samuel Chandlee, Esquire, of 
Gaul's Mills, Waterford ; and Richard 
Shackleton Chandlee, Esquire, of 
Greenoge, Terenure, Dublin, Ireland, 
a dexter hand couped at the wrist 
ppr., holding a sword in bend sinister 
arg., pommel and hilt or, the wrist 
charged with a garb vert. Pax el 
copia. 212. 5 

Chandlee, William, Esquire, of Brighton 
Square, Rathmines, Dublin, same crest 
and motto. 

Chandler of London, a bull's head sa., 
attired arg. cf. 44. 3 

Chandler, a pelican in her piety sa., the 
nest vert. 9S. 8 

Chandois and Chandos, a stag's head gu., 

between the attires a cross pattee az. 

120. 9 

Chandos, see Buckingham, Duke of. 



CHA 



109 



Chandos, out of a ducal coronet or, a [ Donhead House, Salisbury, Wilts, 
(Irason's head sa. 72. 4 ! same crest and motto. 

Chandos, Herts, an old man's head in 1 Chapman, Major-General Ingram Francis, 
]>r()tilc ppr., the hair gray, wreathed arg. I of Lambourn, Glendinning Avenue, 

Chandos-Pole, Reginald Walkelyne, Es- 1 Weymouth, same crest and motto. 

of Radbourne Hall, Derbysh., I Chapman, Cambs, a dexter arm in armour 



Sidling Court, Dorchester : ( i ) A 
on rising ppr., belled and jessed or. 
A man's head ppr., ^vreathed about 

'niple arg 



Chandos-Pole-Gell, Harry Anthony, Es- 
quire, of Hopton Hall, Derbysh. : (i) 

A LTcyhound statant sa., collared or, 

on the shoulder a cross crosslet or, for 

difference (jar Gdl). (2) A falcon 

rising ppr., belled and jessed or (jor 

Pole). (3) A man's head ppr., 

WTeathed about the temples arg. (for 

Chandos). 
Channer, a demi-sea-wolf rampant ppr. 
Channing, a blackamoor's head in profile 

couped below the shoulders. 
Channy, Herts, out of a ducal coronet a 

derai-eagle displayed or. 80. 14 

Channsy or Chansey, a griffin's head 

erased holding in the beak a key. 

66. 6 
ChantreU, a tower arg., in the portal a 

boar's head sa. 
Chantry, a lion rampant gu., supporting 

a pillar sa. 
Chapan, a hawk rising ppr. 87. i 

Chape or Chappe, Norf., a dexter hand 

gauntleted holding a pheon point up- 
ward ppr. 2 1 1 . 7 
Chapel], Ireland, a demi-lion rampant 

vert, holding in the dexter paw a 

chaplet or. cf. 10. 2 

Chaplin of Coliston, Scotland, a griffin's 

head erased gu. Labor omnia vincit. 
66. 2 
Chaplin, Rt. Hon. Henry, of Blankney 

and Tathwell, Lines, a griffin's head 

erased or, murally gorged vert. 

cf. 66. 2 
Chaplin, Cecil, 21, Grafton Street, Bond 

Street, W., same crest. 
Chaplin of London and Hants, a griffin's Chard of Pathe House, Somers., an eagle 



couped and erect, holding in the hand 
a lance, all ppr. 210. 11 

Chapman, Scotland, a hand holding a 
sword in pale, thrust through a boar's 
head erased ppr. 212. 6 

Chapman, Ireland, issuing out of a cloud 
a hand erect, holding a sword wavy, 
all ppr. 212. 4 

Chapman of London and Yorks, a buck's 
head per chevron arg. and gu. 121. 5 

Chapman of London, a heraldic ante- 
lope's head erased sa., attired and 
crined or, pierced in the neck by an 
arrow of the last, headed arg., embrued 
gu. cf. 127. 10 

Chapman, Somers., a buck's head ca- 
bossed sa., attired or, between the 
attires two arrows in saltier of the 
last, feathered arg. 122. 7 

Chapman of Frewen Hall, Oxon., and 
Hill End, Chesh., a stag's head erased 
sa., attired and semee of crescents or. 
Cre-scit sub ponders virtus. cf. 121. 2 

Chapman of London, out of a crescent 
per pale or and gu., a unicorn's head of 
the last, maned, armed, and guttee-d'or. 

Chapman, a falcon arg., beaked and 
legged gu., supporting a garb or. 

Chapman, Scotland, a hawk regardant 
ppr., holding in the dexter claw a 
garland of laurel. 85. 4 

Chapman, Lines, a fleur-de-lis or, be- 
tween two olive-branches vert. 

Chappeace, an eagle close ppr 76. 2 

Chappes, a hand gauntleted holding a 
pheon point upwards ppr. 211. 7 

Chappie, on the stump of a tree couped, 
a falcon hooded ppr. cf. S6. 11 

Chappie of London, on the stump of a 
tree a falcon hooded ppr. Viresco. 
cf. -■ 



head erased arg., ducally gorged or 

cf. 66. 2 

Chaplin, Nugent, Campden House Cham- 
bers, Campden Hill, W., same crest. 
Sapiens qui assiduus. 

Chaplin of Anerley Park, Upper Norwood, 
London, S.E., in front of a cross potent 



„ arg., the dexter claw resting on 

an escutcheon az., charged with a bude- 
horn stringed or. gorged with a collar 
gemelle sa., and holding in the beak 
an oak-branch slipped ppr. Nil desper- 



Chardin, Leics., a lion 1 



ipant 1 



'•'3 
caduceus fesseways ppr. Lahore 1 Chardin, a dove ppr. 92. 2 

et fide. 268. 7 Cbaringworth, a naked arm embowed 

Chapman, Sir Montagu Richard, Bart., holding a cutlass ppr. cf. 201. i 

Killua Castle, Clonmellon, Westmeath, Charlemont, Viscount (Caul6eld), Rox- 
Ireland, an arm in armour embowed borough Castle, Moy, Ireland, a 
holding a broken spear encircled with dragon's head erased gu., gorged with 
a wreath of laurel, all ppr. Crescil sub a bar-gemelle arg. Deo duce, fcrro 
pondere virtus. I _ comitanle. _ _ cf. ^ 



Chapman, two spears' heads in saltire in 
front of a dexter arm embowed in ar- 
mour, the hand gauntleted and grasp- 
ing a broken tilting-spearenfiled with an 



Charles, the late Rev. James, D.D., 
minister of Kirkcowan, Wigtown, Scot 
land, an eagle displayed sa. Virtui 
uget honored 



iilet or. Crescit sub pondere virtus. \ Charles, Devonsh., a demi-eagle displayed 
Chapman, Joseph John, M.A., 17, St. | with two heads per pale or and erm. 
Hilda Terrace, Whitby, same crest and | cf. 82. i 

motto. Charles, a demi-griffin erm., holding a 



Chapman, HiUyar David, Kilhendre, 
iCllesmere, Salop, same crest. 

Chapman, Alfred Daniel, Milton Ernest 
Hall. Bedford, same crest. 

Chapman, Arthur Wakefield, Crooksbury, 
Karnham, same crest. 

Chapman, Horace Edward, Esquire, of 



cf. 65. 3 
demi-wolf e 
holding a halberd arg., tasselled or. 

cf. 29. 4 

Charles, J. Roger, M.D.. of Pelsall, 
near Walsall, and 27, West Street 
Chichester, a demi-wolf gu., charged 



CHA 

with two lozenges in pale erm., sup- 
porting with the paws a battle-axe 
arg., between two branches of oak 
fructed ppr. Esse quam vvh:ri. 

Charlesworth, Yorks, a demi-eagle sa., 
the wings elevated fretty or, holding 
in the beak a mascle of the last. 
Justitia ct virtus. 

Charlesworth, Albany Hawke, Esquire, of 
Feme, Donhead St. Andrew, Salisbury, 
and Grinton Lodge, Richmond, Yorks, 
same crest and motto. 

Charlesworth, Charles Ernest, Esquire, of 
Owston Hall, near Doncaster, same 
crest and motto. 

Charlesworth, out of a ducal coronet a 
cock's head, all ppr. 90. 6 

Charleton, an arm CTubowed, habited gu., 
cuffed erm., holding in the hand ppr. 
a broad arrow. 

Charlett, Newport- : ( i ) A stag's head or 
(for Charleti). 121. ■;. (2) A fleur-de- 
lis or (for Xewporl). 148. 2 

Charleville, Earl of, and Viscount and 
Baron Tullamore, Ireland, see Bury. 

Charlewood or Charlwood, a Saracen's 
head ppr. 190. 5 

Charlewood, an arrow in pale enfiled 
ith a ducal coronet, all ppr. 174. 3 

Charley, Sir William Thomas, D.C.L., 
K.C., D.L., V.D. Common Serjeant 
of the City of London, 1878-1S92, 
Queen Anne's Mansions, Loudon, 
S.W., on a chapeau gu., turned up 
erm., a falcon's head erased arg., 
charged with a cinquefoil of the first, 
and holding in the beak a corn blue- 
bottle slipped ppr. Justus esio et non 
vittue. cf. 89. 6 

Charley, John Stouppe, Esquire, J.P., of 
Finaghy House, co. Antrim, and of the 
island of Aranmore, co. Donegal, Ire- 
land, same crest and motto. cf. 89. 6 

Charley and Charnley, a griffin passant, 
holding in the dexter claw a buckle. 

63-7 

Charlton, Essex, out of a ducal coronet 
or, a demi-eagle displayed sa., holding 
in the beak a heart's-ease flower ppr. 

cf. 80. 14 

Charlton, Shropsh., out of an Eastern 
coronet or, a leopard's head and neck 
atfrontee gu. 246. 4 

Charlton, St. John, Esquire, of Chol- 
mondeley, Malpas, same crest. Spero 
mdiora. 

Charlton, a leopard's face gu. 22. 2 

Charlton, Heref., a leopard's face gu. 
Sans varier. 22. 2 

Charlton, Lechmere-, of Ludford, Heref. : 
(I) A leopard's fane gu. (for Charlton). 
22. 2. (2) Out of a ducal coronet or, 
a pelican vulning herself ppr. {for 
Lechmere). cf. 98. i 

Charlton, on a chapeau a leopard statant 
ppr. 2d. I 

Charlton, William Henry, of Hesleyside, 
Bellingham, a lion's face gu., between 
two dragon's wings elevated ppr., on 
each a fret sa. Sans varier. 

Charlton of Hesleyside, Northumb., a 
demi-lion rampant. Sans varier. 10. 2 

Charlton, Northumb., two lion's gambs 
erect gu. <•/• 36. 5 

Charlton, Edward Francis Benedict, Es- 
quire, a lion's face gu., between two 
dragon's wings elevated ppr., on each 
a fret sa. Sans varier. 



CHA 

Charlton, Ulric Edmund Emmanuel, Es- 
quire, same crest and motto. 

Charlton, William Lancelot Stanislas, 
Esquire, same crest and motto. 

Charlton, Geoffrey Nicholas, of ChilweU, 
Notts, a swan's head and neck erased 
arg., beaked gu., gorged with a chaplet 
vert. Stabit consciu smqui. cf. lOI. 5 

Charlton, Oxon., out of a ducal coronet 
or, a unicorn's head sa., crined arg., the 
horn twisted of the last and second. 

48. 12 

Charlton, Sussex, an arm embowed, vested 
gu., cuffed erm., holding in the hand 
a broad arrow ppr. 

Charnell, Warw. and Leics., out of a 
ducal coronet or, a demi-eagle dis- 
played. 80. 14 

Charnell, a peacock close or. 103. 7 

Charnells, out of a ducal coronet a demi- 
plover or, the wings displayed arg. 

Charney, on a rock a dove holding an 
olive-branch in its beak, all ppr. 93. 9 

Charnock, Lanes, a lapwing ppr., charged 
with a muUet pierced for difference. 

92. 2 

Charnock, Beds, a lapwing ppr. Soyez 
conteiU. 

Charpentier, a dexter hand ppr., holding 
a fieur-de-Us gu. 215. 5 

Charpentier, A., Rathmines House, Ux- 
bridge, a dexter cubit arm ppr., holding 
a fleur-de-lis gu. 

Charrington, issuing from a cloud a dexter 
hand pointing to a star, all ppr. 

222. 7 

Charrington, Hugh Spencer, Esquire, of 
Dove Cliff House, Burton-on-Trent, a 
demi-gryphon gu., gorged with a collar 
gemeUe, charged on the shoulder with 
two annulets interlaced, and resting the 
sinister claw on a cross patee, all or, 
and holding in the dexter claw a branch 
of thorn-tree ppr. Cassis tutissima 

Charrington, Spencer, Esquire, of Huns- 
don House, Hunsdon, near Ware, Herts, 
same crest and motto. 

Charter of Bishop's Lydeard, Somers.. in 
front of a cubit arm vested az., cuffed 
arg., the hand holding a scroll entwined 
by a branch of myrtle, all ppr., an 
escallop also arg. Non sine jure. 

CharteriS, see Wemyss, Earl of. 

CharteriS, Scotland, a dexter hand grasp- 
ing a dagger ppr. This is oiir chart. 

212. 3 

CharteriS, Scotland, a stork's head ppr. 
cf. 106. I 

CharteriS, an arm issuing out of a cloud 
holding a sword aloft ppr. Non gladio 
xcd gratia. 

CharteriS, Charters, and Chartres, a demi- 
cat rampant gardant ppr. 26. 12 

CharteriS, Richard Butler, Esquire, of 
Cahor Lodge, Tipperary, a swan ppr. 
This our charter. 

Chartnay or Chartney, two arms in armour 
embowed wielding a battle-axe ppr. 

194. 12 

Chartres, see Charteris. 

Chartsey, a dexter arm embowed holding 
up two olive-branches in orle ppr. 

202. 4 

Chartsey, a wolf passant sa., devouring a 
fish arg. cf. 28. 10 

Chase, a griffin's head erased holding in 
the beak a key. 66. 6 



Chase, Herts, a lion rampant sa., holding 
between the paws a cross flory or. 

cf. I. 13 

Cbassereau, a demi-chevaher in armour 
brandishing a sword ppr. 187. i 

Chastelai, see Casley. 

Chastelin, a fleur-de-lis or. 148. 2 

Chastelon, on the point of a sword in 
pale a maunch. 169. 11 

Chater, a stork ppr. Jucundi acti labores. 
105. II 

Chatfield, a demi-Moor with a quiver on 
his back shooting an arrow from a 
bow, all ppr. 1S5. 6 

Chatfield or Chatteild, Sussex, a heraldic 
antelope's head erased arg., attired and 
ducally gorged gu. Che sara sara. 

cf. 127.10 

Chatteris, on a mount vert, a pheasant 
ppr., holding in its beak a fleur-de-lis 
or, and resting the dexter claw on a 
bezant. Libertas. 

Chatterton, Bart., Ireland, an antelope's 
head erased arg., pierced through the 
back of the neck by an arrow ppr. 
Loyal a mort. cf. 127. i 

Chatterton, Smith-: (i) An antelope's 
head erased ppr., attired or, pierced 
through the back of the neck with an 
arrow, also ppr., gorged with a ducal 
coronet of the second, and charged on 
the neck with a cross crosslet gu. (for 
Chatterton). (2) Out of a crown vallery 
or, a unicorn's head az., armed, crined, 
and tufted of the first, and charged 
with a crescent of the same (for Smith). 
Loyal a mort. cf. 48. 12 

Chatterton, Cambs, a demi-grifiin gu., 
beaked, legged, and winged or. 

64. 2 

Chatting, a human heart gu., transpierced 
by a sword in bend sinister, point 
downward ppr. 181. 6 

Cbatto, Potts- : { I ) A castle or, charged 
with a fleur-de-lis az., and surmounted 
with a cinquefoil, also az. {for Chatto). 
(2) A leopard sejant ppr., gorged with 
a collar fleury counter- fleurv, therefrom 
a Une reflexed over the back, and rest- 
ing the dexter paw on a fleur-de-lis, all 
gu. Omnibus amicus. 

Chattock, a dexter hand holding a lion's 
gamb ppr. cf. 220. 10 

Chaucer, two lion's gambs arg. and gu., 
supporting an escutcheon party per 
pale counterehanged. 39. i 

Chaucer, Chauser, and Chawcer, a tortoise 
passant ppr. cf. 125. 5 

Chaumond, on a ehapeau ppr., a fieur-de- 
lis az., between wings. cf. no. 5 

Chaumond, see Cbamond. 
i Chauncey, a savage's arm embowed hold- 
ing a club, all ppr. 202. 10 

Chauncey, a dexter hand striking with a 
dagger, aU ppr. [ 

Chauncy of Munden Parva. Herts, out of 
a ducal coronet or, a griffin's head gu., , 
between two wings az., the inner parts j 
of the wings gu. 67. i [ 

Chaundler, a pehcan in her piety sa., the ■ 
nest vert. 98. 8 

Chauser, see Chaucer. 

Chauster, two stag's attires ppr. 123. 5 

Chausy, out of a ducal coronet or, a 
griffin's head paly of four az. and gu., 
between two wings expanded, the dex- 
ter az., quill feathers gu., the sinister 
gu., feathered az. 67. i ' 



CHE 



Henry, Esquire, of Whitfield 
Court, Kilmeaden, Waterford, upon a 
rock ppr., an eagle's claw erased and 
erect or, grasping an arrow in bend of 
the last, barbed and flighted arg. 
Loyaidti mon heritage. 

Chawcer, a tortoise passant ppr. c/. 1 2 3 . 5 

Chawner, an ermine passant ppr. 134. 6 

Chawner of Newton Manor House, Hants, 
a sea-wolf's head erased sa. Nil des- 
■perandum. 

Chaworth, Baron, see Neath, Earl of. 

Chaworth, a tower ppr., on the top five 
ostrich-feathers arg. 

Chaworth, an arm in armour embowed, 
the hand holding an arrow, all ppr. 

198. 4 

Chaworth, a dagger az.. hilt and pommel 
or, and a cross crosslet fitched sa., in 
saltier. cf. 166. 12 

Chaworth-Musters, Jolin Patricius, Es- 
quire, of Annesley Park, near Notting- 
ham, and Wiverton Hall, near Bing- 
ham : (i) .\ Hon sejant guardant or, 
supporting with the fore-paws a shield 
of the arms {for Musters) — i.e., Arg., 
on a bend gu., a lion passant guardant 
or, within a bordure engrailed of the 
second. 269. 15. (2) A tower arg., 
charged with a bendlet wavy gu. , 
thereon a lion passant or, issuant from 
the battlements an ostrich feather 
sa., between four others of the first. 

269. 16 

Chawrey and Chawsey, an arm from the 
elbow erect ppr., vested per pale sa. 
and arg., holding in the hand a covered 
cup or. cf. 203. 4 

Chawser and Chawsers, see Chaucer. 

Chaytor, Yorks. a stag's head lozengy 
arg. and az. cf. 120. 4 

Chaytor, Sir William Henry Edward, 
Bart., of Croft, Yorks, a buck's head 
couped lozengy arg. and sa., attired or, 
holding in the mouth a trefoil slipped 
vert. Fortune le vent. 120.4 

Chaytor, Clerveaux-, Clervaux Alexander, 
of Spennithorne Hall, Yorks: (i) A 
stag's head erased lozengy arg. and 
az., the dexter attired of the first, and 
the sinister of the second {for Chaytor). 
cf. 120. 4. (2) An eagle displayed {for 
Clerveaux). 75. 2. (3) A heron ppr. 

105. 9 

Cheales, an eagle's head erased or, due- 
ally crowned arg. cf. 83. 2 

Cheales, Rev. Alan, of Hagworthingham, 
Lines, and Ellerslie, Tilehurst Road, 
Reading, an eagle's head erased or, 
ducally crowned az. Bene vivere et 
Icbtari. 

Cheap of Rossie, Scotland, a garb or, 
banded vert. Ditat virtus. 153-2 

Cheape, George Clerk, Esquire, of Bentley 
JIanor, Broomsgrove, Worcs., same 
crest and motto. 

Cheape, James, Esquire, of Strathtyrum, 
St. An(' "■■ ■ 

motto. 



, ijsquire, 
,, Fifesh., 



same crest and 



St. Andrews, 



Cheape of Madeira, a garb or, banded 
gu. Ditat virtus. 153. 2 

Checkland, two cubit arms erect ppr., 
holding two annulets interlaced sa., 
each arm charged with a cinquefoil gu. 
Omne bonum, Dei donum. 

Checkland, George Edward, Thurnby 
Court, Ashby-de-la-Zouch, same crest 
and motto. 



CHE 

Checkland, William, Esquire, of Swan- 
nington House, Leics., same crest and 
motto. 

Chedder and Cheder, on a chapeau gu., 
turned up arg., a lion passant gardant 
az,, ducally crowned ppr. cf. 4. 5 

Chedworth, Devonsh., a wolf's head sa., 
iiillaied or. 30. 9 

Chedworth, Devonsh., a demi-lion ram- 
iiant gardant az., holding in the dexter 
\r.\\\ a battle-axe ppr. 16. 14 

Cheek, issuant from between the horns 

of a crescent a cross pattee fitchee gu. 

cf. 163. 6 

Cheeke, on a chapeau a lion passant ppr. 
4. 9 

Cheeke, Somers. and Suff., a sword in 
pale eusigned with a cross pattee. 

169. 5 

Cheeke, Suff., out of a naval coronet or, 
a demi-mermaid holding a comb and 
mirror ppr. 1S4. 14 

Cheere, a talbot passant az., collared or, 
resting his fore-paw on an escallop of 
the last. <•/. 54- 2 

Cheere, a talbot passant az., collared and 
ringed or. Prcetnium virtutis honor. 

cf. 54. 2 

Cheese of Huntington Court, Heref., a 

lion's head erased or. Omnia fert (etas. 

17. 8 

Cheeseman and Chesman, a dexter hand 
holding a royal crown ppr. 217. i 

Cheetham of Rycroft House, Rochdale, 
and Brooklyn, Heywood, Lanes, a 
derai-griffin wings addorsed gu., be- 
zantee, the mouth transfixed by a 
tilting-spear or, holding between the 
claws a bezant. Ad mortem fidelis. 

Cheetham, of Singleton House. Broughton, 

Kent, in front of a demi-griffin segreant 

gu., resting the sinister claw on a cross 

potent sa., a plate. Quod tuum tene. 

6=.- 4 

Cheetham, Sydney William, M.R.C.S., 
233, Romford Road, Forest Gate, E., 
a demi-griffin segreant gu., charged 
the breast with a cross potent re 
or. Quod tuum tene. 

Cbeflield, Rutl., an arm in armour couped 
and erabowed resting on the elbow, 
holding a sword, all ppr. 

cf. 195. 2 

Chein and Cheine, on a chapeau two 
lions supporting a garb ppr. 3. 5 

Chein and Cheine, Scotland, a cross 
pattee fitohed arg. Palienta vincit. 

166. 3 

Cheisly or Chesly, Scotland, a rose ppr., 
slipped and leaved vert. Fragrat post 
funera virtus. 149. 5 

Chelley, a leg in armour, couped below 
the knee and spurred, all ppr. 193. 4 

Chelmick, Shropsh., a lion .sejant gar- 
dant or, supporting with the dexter 
paw an escutcheon vert. cf. 8. 2 

Chelmsford, Baron (Thesiger), 5, Knares- 
borough Place, S.W., a cornucopia in 
fess, the horn or, the fruit ppr., thereon 
a dove, holding in the beak a sprig 
of laurel ppr. Spes et /ortuna. 93. 

Chelsea, Viscount, see Cadogan, Earl. 

Chelsum, a garb or. 153. 2 

Chelsum, a greyhound current arg. 

cf. 58. 2 

Cheltenham, a demi-eagle displayed ppr. 
81. 6 

Chemere, a peer's helmet or. cf. 180. 4 



Chenell, an arm ppr., vested sa., cuffed 
or, holding in the hand a covered cup 
arg. cf. 203. 4 

Cheney, a buU's scalp or, horned arg. 

123- S 

Chenevix, a hand erect grasping a sword 
ppr., hilted and pommelled, and pierc- 
ing a fleur-de-lis or. cf. 212. 3 I 

Chenevix-Trench, Alfred, Esquire, of ' 
Villa Bona Ventura, Cadenabbia, Italy, I 
a dexter arm in armour embowed, the j 
hand grasping a cutlass, all ppr. \ 
Virtutis forluna comes. j 

Chenevix-Trench, Colonel Charles, R.A., 
same crest and motto. 

Chenevix-Trench, George Frederick, Es- 
quire, same crest and motto. 

Chenevix-Trench, Rev. Herbert Francis, 
of St. Peter's Vicarage, Isle of Thanet, 
same crest and motto. 

Chenevix-Trench, Julius, Esquire, same 
crest and motto. 

Chenevix-Trench, Philip Francis, Esquire, 
same crest and motto. 

Chenevix-Trench, Samuel Richard, Es- 
quire, same crest and motto. 

Cheney of Badger Hall, Shifnal, Shropsh., 
a bull's horns and scalp arg. Fato 
prudentia major. (See Cure.) 123. 8 

Cheoke, a bird's head sa. 

Chepstow, an arm vambraced az., studded 

and garnished or, holding a sword ppr. 

195. 2 

Cherbron, a lion's gamb erect gu., hold- 
ing a griffin's head erased or. 

Chere, a talbot passant az., collared and 
ringed or. Prmmium virtutis honor. 

cf. 54- 2 

Cherley, a cross patonce between two 
stalks of wheat or, leaved ppr. 

154- 13 

Cherry, a demi-lion arg., holding an 
annulet gu. cf. 10. 2 

Cherry, a demi-lion arg., holding a gem- 
ring or, enriched with a precious stone 
ppr. cf. 10. 2 

Cherry, Rev. Benjamin Newman, Clip- j 
sham Rectory, Oakham, Rut., a stag 1 
couchant regardant. j 

Cherry-Garrard, Major-General Apsley, 
of Lamer Park, Wheathampstead, ' 
Herts: (i) A leopard sejant ppr. (for 
Garrard). (2) A demi-lion arg., the 
neck encircled with an annulet, and 
holding between the paws a fleur-de-lis 
within an annulet gu. (for Cherry). 
Cheris I'espoir. 

Cherwood, a unicorn's head or, between 
two laurel-branches vert. 49. 14 

Chesbrough, a demi-lion rampant gu., 
holding between the paws a cross 
pattee or. 1 1 . 2 

Cheseiden, Cheseldon, Cheseldyne, and 
Cheselton, Rutl. and Leics., a talbot 
couchant arg., spotted sa., collared and 
lined or. cf. 54. II 

Chesham, Baron (Cavendish), Latimer, 
Chesham, Bucks, a snake nowed ppr. 
Cavendo tutus. 142. 4 

Chesham, Lanes, out of a ducal coronet, 
a lion's gamb erect or. 36. 12 

Chesham, Lanes, a falcon wings ex- 
panded ppr. 87. I 

Chesham, two arms embowed holding a 
chess castle or. 

Cheshire, a talbot sejant supporting 
with his paws a shield charged with 
a garb. cf. 55. 3 



CHE 

Cheshire of Dublin, a leopard's face arg., 
jessant three roses gu., leaved vert. 

Cheshire or Chesshyre, a hawk's lure 
purp. 178. II 

Cheslie, Chiesly, and Chislie, Scotland, 
an eagle displayed ppr. Credo et 
videho. 75-2 

Cheslin of London, a tower arg. 156. 2 

Cheslin, a fleur-de-lis per pale vert and 
az. 148. 2 

Chesly, Scotland, a rose ppr., slipped and 

leaved vert. Fragrat post funera virtus. 

149. 5 

Chesman, sec Cheeseman. 

Chesney, a man's head bearded and 
wreathed ppr. 190. 4 

Chesshyre, Essex, a hawk's lure purp., 
feathered or. 178. 11 

Chester of Bush Hall, Herts, and Royston, 
Cambs, a demi-griffin segreant erm., 
beak, tongue, talons, and eyes ppr. 
Vincit qui patitur. 64. 2 

Chester of Chichley Hall, Bucks, a ram's 
head couped arg., armed or. 130. i 

Chester of Amesbury, Glouc, a lion's 
gamb erased gu., holding a broken 
sword arg., hilted or. 38. 2 

Chester of Blabie, Leics., a dragon passant 
arg. 73. 2 

Chester, Henry Morris, Poyle Park, 
Surrey, a dragon passant erm. Vincit 
qui patitur. 

Chester, Essex, a cutlass arg., hilt and 
pommel or, between two branches of 
laurel ppr. cf. 170. 3 

Chesterfield, Earl of (Scudamore-Stan- 
hope) : (I) A tower az., and from the 
battlements thereof a demi-lion issuant 
or, ducally crowned gu., holding be- 
tween the paws a grenade fired ppr. 
(2) Out of a ducal coronet or, a bear's 
paw sa. ppr. A Deo et rege. cf. 157. 10 

Chesterfield, on a chapeau a greyhound 
statant ppr. 58. 4 

Chesterman, a demi - griffin. Semper 
fidelis. 64. 2 

Chesterton, a tiger's head erased. 

Cheston, Sulf., a dexter gauntlet in fess 
ppr., holding a sword arg., hilt and 
pommel or, on the blade a Saracen's 
head couped, distilling blood of the 
first. Ex merito. cf. 211.11 

Chetham, in the sea a rock ppr. 179. 5 

Chetham, Sufi., a griffin passant regar- 
dant arg., wings addorsed or, charged 
with a crescent gu. cf. 63. 14 

Chettle, on a rock a wyvern, wings ad- 
dorsed ppr. 69. 1 1 

Chetum, Lanes, a demi-griffin gu., 
charged with a cross potent az. Quod 
tuum tene. cf. 64. 2 

Chetwode, a sea-lion sejant. 20. 2 

Chetwode, Sir George, Bart., of Chetwode, 
Bucks, and Oakley, Staffs, out of a 
ducal coronet or, a demi-lion rampant 
gu. Corona mea Christus. i6. 3 

Chetwode, Wilmot- : (i) Out of a ducal 
coronet or, a demi-lion rampant gu. 
(for Chetwode). 16. 3. {2) Out of a 
crescent gu., a demi-man-tiger rampant 
arg., horned and imgu. or (for Wal- 
nell). (3) An eagle's head erased sa., 
holding in the beak an escallop gu., 
(for Wilmot). Corona mea Christus. 

cf. S3. 2 

Chetwode, Ludford-, Warw. : (i) Out of 
a ducal coronet or, a demi-lion ram- 
pant gu. (for Chetwode). 16. 3. (2) A 



CHE 

boar's head coupetl erminois, holding 
in the mouth a cross pattce gu., the 
head charged with an escallop sa. {for 
Ludford). 

Chetwood and Chetwoode, see Chetwode. 

Chetwood-Aiken : ( i ) A cross crosslet ' 
fitchee gu. (jor Aiken). Motto, In\ 
cruce salus. i66. 2. (2) Out of a 
ducal coronet or, a demi-lion issuant 
sa. [for Chdwood), and the motto, 
Corona mea Christus. i6. 3 

Chetwood-Aiken, John, Esquire, of the 
Glen, Stoke Bishop, Glouc, same crests 
and mottoes. 

Chetwyn, a human heart pierced with a 
passion-nail ppr. cj. 181. 4 

Chetwynd, Viscount (Chetwynd), 25, 
Elvaston Place, S.W., a goat's head 
erased arg., armed or. Probitas veriis 
honos. 128. 5 

Chetwynd, Sir George, Bart., of Grendon, 
Warw., a goat's head erased arg., 
armed or. Quod Dens vidt fia. 128. 5 

Chetwynd-Stapylton, Lieutcnant-General 
Granville George, out of a ducal coronet 
or, a Saracen's head ppr. Fide sed cui 
vide. 

Chetwynd-Stapylton, Henry Goulburn, 
Esquire, of HiUiers, Petworth, Sussex, 
same crest and motto. 

Chetwynd-Stapylton, Miles, Esquire, same 
crest and motto. 

Chetwynd-Stapylton, Rev. William, of 
Hallaton, I.ieics., same crest and motto. 

Cheureuse, an eagle displayed or, winged 
arg. 75- 2 

Chevalier, a demi-chevalier in armour 
brandishing a scimitar, all ppr. 187. 4 

Chevallier, a lion's head erased arg., 
langued gu. Fidei coticula crux. 

17.8 

Cheverell and Cheverill, two dexter 
hands conjoined holding a sword in 
pale, all ppr. 224. 7 

Chevers, an arm in armour embowed, 
couped at the shoulder, the part above 
the elbow in fess, the hand in pale 
holding a close helmet ppr. 198. 11 

Chevers, a demi-goat saliant arg., col- 
lared gu., crined and ungu. or. En 
Dieu esl ma joi. cj. 128. 2 

Chevers, John Joseph, Esquire, of Killyan 
House, Ballinasloe, co. Galway, same 
crest and motto. 

Cheverton, Hants, out of a castle triple- 
towered a demi-lion, all ppr. Invicta 
labore. 155. 10 

Chevil, an arm in armour embowed hold- 
ing in the hand a sword, all ppr. 

195. 2 

Chew of London and Beds, a griffin 
sejant arg., guttee-de-sang, beaked, 
legged, and mnged sa., the dexter 
claw resting on a catherine-wheel gu. 

cj. 62. 10 

Chewton, Viscount, .s^e Waldgrave, Earl. 

Cheylesmore, Baron (Eaton), Cheylesmore, 
Coventry, a lion's head erased arg., 
devouring a tun or, gorged with a 
double chain of the same, suspended 
therefrom an escutcheon az., charged 
with a cross couped, also or. Vincit 
omnia Veritas. 257. i 

Cheyn and Cheyne, a dexter hand holding 
an escallop ppr. 216. 2 

Cheyne, of Esselmont, Scotland, a cross 
pattee fitched or. Patientia vincit. 

166. 3 



112 

Cheyne of Straloch, a Capuchin's cap. 
Fear God. 

Cheyne, Scotland, an ibex's head and 
neck gorged with a collar, with one 
link of a chain affixed thereto. 

Cheyney, Kent. Beds, and Berks, a bull's 
scalp or, attired arg. 123. 8 

Cheyney, Cambs, a cap or, turned up az., 
on each side a feather erect ppr. 

Cheyney, a wolf passant vert, ducaUy 
gorged and lined or. cf. 28. 10 

Cheyney, Bucks, a bear's head erased 
gu., environed round the neck twice 
with a chain passing through the mouth 
arg., ringed or. f/- 35- ^ 

Chibnall, a wolf's head ppr. 30. 5 

Chibnall, Beds and Xorthamp., a dragon's 
head erased sa., ducally gorged and 
lined or. f/. 72. 9 

Chichele ami Chichley, a tiger passant 



arg. 



holdii 



couped at the 
downwards. 
Chicheley, Cambs, 



ith a man's leg 
thigh ppr., the foot 



tiger passant arg. 

cf. 27. II 

Chichester, Marquess of Donegal, see 
Donegal. 

Chichester, Baron Ennishowen, see En- 
nishowen. 

Chichester, Earl of (Pelham), Stanmer, 
Lewes, Sussex, a peacock in pride 
arg. Badge, a buckle or. Vincet amor 
pair ice. 103. 2 

Chichester, William Henry, Esquire, of 
Grenofen, Tavistock, Devonsh., same 
crest and motto. 

Chichester, Charles, of Hall, Devonsh., a 
heron rising with an eel in its mouth 
opr. Ferme en foy. cf. 104. 13 

Chichester : ( i ) A heron devouring a 
snake, all ppr. (for Chichester). 105. 8. 
(2) Out of a ducal coronet or, a demi- 
griffin segreant ppr. (for Hopton). In- 
vitum sequitur honor. 64. 4 

Chichester, Devonsh. and Dorset, a stork 
with wings addorsed ppr., holding in 
its beak a snake vert. 104. 13 

Chichester, the late Rev. Arthur 
Chichester, of the Rectory, Badlesmere, 
Kent: (i) A heron, wings addorsed, in 
its beak an eel, all ppr. (for Chichester). 
(2) In front of a chaplet of holly frueted 
ppr., a torch erect or, fired ppr. {for 
Burnard). Ardet in arduis. 

Chichester, Rev. Edward Arthur, of the 
Vicarage, Dorking, a stork rising with 
a snake in its beak, all ppr. Invilum 
sequitur honor. 

Chichester-O'Neil, Rev. William, of 
Shane's Castle, co. Antrim, Preben- 
dary of St. Michael's, in the city and 
diocese of Dublin : ( i ) An arm em- 
bowed in armour grasping a sword, all 
ppr. (for O'Neil). 195. 2. (2) A stork 
rising with a snake in its beak, all ppr. 
(for Chichester). Lamh dearg Eirin. 

104. 13 

Chichester, Sir Edward, Bart., of Youl- 
ston, Barnstaple, Devonsh., a bittern 
rising with an eel in its beak ppr. 

Chichester, Nugent, Esquire, of Calver- 
leigh Court, Tiverton, Devonsh.: (1) 
A goldfinch ppr. (for Nagle). (2) A 
heron rising with an eel in the beak 
ppr. (for Chichester). Ferme en foy. 

Chichester - Constable, Walter George 
Raleigh. Esquire, of Burton Constable, 
Hull, Wycliffe Hall, Darlington, Scar- 



CHI 

gill Lodge, Bernard Castle, Wood Hall, 
Hull, and Runnamoat, Roscommon : 
(l) A dragon's head couped barry of 
six arg. and gu., charged with nine 
lozenges or, three, three, and three (for 
Constable). (2) A stork rising holding 
in the beak a snake ppr. Surgit post 
nubila Phoebus. — Ferme en foy. 

Chick, Sussex, a demi-peeasus rampant 
sa., enfiled round the body with a ducal 
coronet or. Non temere. 47. 7 

Chiefly, a lion's head erased or. 17. 8 

Chiene, on a chapeau two lions support- 
ing a garb ppr. 3. 5 

Chiesly, Scotland, a rose gu., stalked 
vert. Fragrat post funera virtus. 149.5 

Chiesly, Scotland, an eagle displayed 
ppr. Credo et videbo. 75. 2 

CMIborne, Essex, a hawk's head erased 
az., holding in the beak a ring or, to 
which is attached an estoile of the last. 

Chilcot, two garbs in saltire. 

Chilcote and Chilcott, Surrey, out of a 
ducal coronet a mount ppr., thereon a 
stag at gaze gu. Spero. 118. 7 

Child- Villiers, Earl of Jersey, see Jersey. 

Child, Coles, Bromley Palace, Bromley, 
Kent, an eagle with wings expanded 
arg., holding in the beak a snake en- 
twined round the neck and legs ppr. 

Child, Bart, (extinct), of Surat, East Indies, 
and Dervill, Essex, a leopard's face or, 
between two laurel-branches ppr. Spes 
alit. 

Child of Langley Bury, Herts, an eagle, 
wings expanded erm., holding in the 
beak a trefoil slipped vert. cf. 77. 2 

Child, Hants and Shropsh., an eagle 
with wings expanded arg., round the 
neck a snake entwined ppr. Imitare 
quam invidere. 77. 8 

Child, Cecil E. C, Vemham, Merton Hall 
Road, Wimbledon, same crest and 

Child, Sir Smith. Bart., of Newfield and 
Stallington Hall, Staffs., an eagle with 
\\ings elevated arg., entwined round 
the neck by a snake ppr., holding in 
the beak a cross crosslet fitchee, and 
each wing charged with a mullet of 
six points gu. Imilari quam invidere. 
cf. 77. 8 

Child of London and Worcs., on a rock 



ppr., an eagJe rismg, 



the wings addorsed 



arg., gorged with a ducal coronet or, 
round the neck an adder entwined ppr. 
cf- 77. 8 

Child, Herbert Henry, Rudhall, Boss, 
Heref., on a rock an eagle with wings 
endorsed and inverted, collared and 
chained, and resting the dexter claw 
on a serpent nowed. Probitas verus 
honos. 

Child, Surrey, an eagle with wings ex- 
panded between two ears of big-wheat, 
holding in the beak a serpent entwined 
round the neck, all ppr. Imitare quam 
invidere. cf. 77. 8 

Child, Hooke-, Albert Theodore, Esquire, 
of Finchley New Road, London : ( i ) 
Upon a fret gu., an eagle, the wings 
elevated arc, entwined round the neck 
by a serpent ppr., each wing charged 
with a trefoil slipped, also gu. (for 
Child). (2) Upon a mount, between 
two ears of wheat stalked and leaved 
or, an escallop az. (for Hooke). Imi- 
tare quam invidere. 



CHI 

Childe of Kinlet, Shropsh., and North- 
wicke, Worc3., an eagle with wings 
expanded arg., enveloped round the 
neck and body with a snake ppr. yj. 8 

Childe-Freeman, Rev. Edward Leonard, 
of Edwyn Ralph Rectory, Bromyard, 
Worcs. : (I) An eagle with wings ex- 
panded arg , entwined round the neck 
by a serpent ppr. [jor Childe). (2) On 
a mount vert, a cockatrice arg., wattled, 
combed, and beaked or, ducally gorged 
and lined, also or, and charged by a 
crescent sa. for difference. Per Deum 
meum, transUio murum (for Baldwyn). 
— Pax et plenitudo. 

Chllde-Pemberton, William Shakespear, 
:i, Granville Place, Portraan Square, 
W. : ( I ) Au eagle with wings expanded 
arg., standing upon and entwined round 
the neck by a snake ppr. {Childe). (3) 
On a mount vert, a cockatrice arg., 
wattled, combed, and beaked or, 
ducally gorged, lined, and ringed gold, 
a crescent sa. for cadency {Baldicyn). 
(3) In front of a griffin's head couped 
sa., a crescent or {Pemberlon). Per 
deum meum, transUio murum. 

Childers of Cantley, Yorks. a cubit arm 
erect habited in chain armour, and 
holding in the gauntlet ppr. an oval 
buckle, tongue erect az. 

Chilmick, Shropsh., a lion sejant gardant 
or, supporting with the dexter paw an 
escutcheon vert. cf. 8. 2 

Chilton, a boar's head couped at the neck 
or, holding in the mouth two roses, one 
arg., the other gu., leaved and stalked 
ppr. 

Chilton, Kent, a griffin passant sa., 
bezantee. cf. 6j. 2 

Chliworth, Devonsh., a boar's head and 
neck erased sa., ducally gorged or. 



Chiney, an arm in armour embowed 
holding in the gauntlet a sabre, all 
ppr. 195. 2 

Clunn, Glouc, on a ducal coronet or, a 
greyhound sejant arg. cf. c,g. 4 

Chinnery, Bart, (extinct), of Flintfield, 
Cork, Ireland, on a globe or, an eagle 
rising ppr., collared, also or. Nee temere, 
nee timide. cf. 159. 7 

Chinnery-Haldane, Right Rev. James 
Robert Alexander, of AUtshellach 
Onich, Inverness-sh., Bishop of Argyll 
and the Isles : ( i ) On the dexter 
side an eagle's head erased or (for 
Haldane). 83. 2. (2) On the sinister 
side, perched on a globe or, an eagle 
rising ppr., collared of the first (for 
Chinnery). Suffer.— Nee temere, nee 
timide. cf. 159. 7 

Chlpchase, a demi-eagle displayed hold- 
ing in the dexter claw a laurel-branch 
ppr. cf. 81. 6 

Chipman, Somers., a leopard sejant arg., 
muraUy crowned gu. cf. 24. 13 

Chipnam, Heref., a dexter and sinister 

arm shooting an arrow from a bow ppr. 

200. 2 

Chippendale and Chippingdale, of Craven, 
Yorks, Humberston, Leics., Blacken- 
hall. Staffs, and of London, a lion's 
gamb erect arg., erased gu., holding a 
fleur-de-lis or. Firmor ad fidem. 

Chipperfleld of London, an eagle displayed 
gu. Spernit pericula virtue. 75. 2 

CUrblond, a winged heart ppr. 112. 10 



113 

i Chirnside, Scotland, a hawk with wings 
I expanded ppr. 87. I 

Chiseldine, a talbot couchant arg., spotted 
sa., eared and collared gu., chained or, 
the end of the chain in a bow-knot of 
the last. cf. 54. 1 1 

Chisenal and Chisenhall, Lanes, a griffin 
segreant gu. 62. 2 

Chisholm of that ilk, a dexter arm in 
armour embowed from the shoulder, 
the hand holding a scimitar in bend, 
all ppr. Vi el virlute. iq6. 10 

Chisholm, Sir Samuel, Bart., 20, Belhaven 
Terrace, Glasgow, a hand holding a 
boar's head erased ppr. Colo com- 
muniiatem. 257. 9 

Chisholm, Kent and Scotland, a hand 
couped below the wrist holding a 
dagger erect, all ppr., on the point a 
boar's head erased or, laugued gu. 

cf. 212. 2 

Chisholm, Roderick Donald Matheson, of 
Erchless Castle, Inverness, a dexter 
hand holding a dagger erect ppr., on 
the point a boar's head couped gu. 
Feroi ferio. 212. 2 

Chisholm, England and Scotland, a dex- 
ter hand holding a sword erect ppr., 
on the point a boar's head couped gu. 
Vi el arte. 212. 2 

Chisholm, The (J. Chisholm Gooden- 
Chisholm), of 33, Tavistock Square, 
London, a dexter hand holding a 
dagger erect ppr., on the point a boar's 
head couped gu. F eras ferio. 212.2 

Chisholme, out of a ducal coronet a 
dragon's head with wings addorsed. 

72. I 

Chisholme of Comer, Scotland, a dexter 
hand holding a dagger in pale ppr. 
Vi et virlute. 212. 9 

Chisholme, Scotland, a boar's head 
erased. 42. 2 

Chislie, Scotland, an eagle displayed ppr. 
Credo et videho. 7S- ^ 

Chissell, three chisels arg., handles or, 
two in saltire, the handles down- 
wards, and one in pale, the handle up- 
wards. 

Ctliswell of London, a mermaid ppr. 

184. 5 

Chiswell of liOndon, a dove with brings 
displayed arg., beaked and legged gu., 
standing on a bezant and holding in 
the beak a laurel-branch vert. 

Chittinge, a talbot's head erased arg. 

56. 2 

Chittock, a demi-atag ppr., attired or. 

119. 2 

Chittock, an antelope trippant ppr. 

126. 6 

Chitty of London, a talbot's head couped 
or. 56. 12 

Chitwood, on a mount vert, a crow sa. 

107. 9 

Chitwynde, a sword in pale ppr., on the 
point a boar's head erased. cf. 42. 4 

Chivers, a comet star, the tail towards 
the sinister ppr. 164. 10 



Choiseul, Ireland, a dexter and sinister 
hand supporting a two-edged sword in 
pale, all ppr. 213. i 

Choke, out of a ducal coronet or, a demi- 
stork displayed arg., beaked gu. 

Choke, Berks, a stork's head ppr., beaked 
gu. cf. 106. I 



CHR 

Cholmeley and Cholmondley, a demi- 

griffin segreant sa., winged and beaked 

or, holding in the claws a helmet ppr. 

cf. 64. I 

Cholmeley, Sir Hugh Arthur Henry, 
Bart., Easton Hall, Grantham: (i) A 
garb or. (2) A demi-griffin segreant 
sa., beaked, winged, and membered 
or, holding between the claws a 
helmet ppr., garnished of the second. 
cf. 64. I 

Cholmeley, Hugh Charles Faiifax, Es- 
quire, Bransby Hall, Easingwold, 
Yorks; (i) On a helmet affronte arg. 
a garb or. {2) A derai-griffin segreant 
sa., beaked, winged, and membered or, 
bearing a helmet arg. Cassis tutis- 
sima virtus. 

Cholmley, Bart., of Whitby and Hil- 
deuby, Yorks, a full-fronted helmet 
with grills arg., thereon a garb or. A 
la volonte de Dien. 

Cholmley of Whitby, Yorks, a demi-griffin 
segreant sa., beaked or, holding in the 
dexter claw a helmet arg. 64. i 

Cholmondeley, Marquess of (Cholmon- 
deley), Cholmondeley Castle, Malpas, 
Chesh., a demi-griffin segreant sa., 
beaked, winged, and membered or, 
holding between the claws a helmet 
ppr., garnished of the second. Cassis 
tutissima virtues. cf. 64. I 

Cholmondeley, Rev. Richard Hugh, 62, 
Albert Gate Mansions, S.W., same crest 
and motto. 

Cholmondeley, Baron Delamere, see Dela- 

Cholmonly of London, a helmet arg., 
garnished or, charged with three tor- 
teaux, one and two. 

Cholwell, a leopard's face az. 22. 2 

Cholwich and Cholwick, a lion's gamb 
erect and erased sa., supporting an 
ancient shield per pale or and arg. 

<:/• 37- 2 

Cholwich, Lear-, of Teignmouth, Devonsh.: 
(I) A lion's gamb erased sa., support- 
ing an antique shield per pale erminois 
and erm. (for Cholwich). cf. 37. 2. (2) 
A demi-unicorn erminois supporting a 
staff raguly gu. (for Lear). 

Cholwich and Cholwick of Cholwich, 
Devonsh., a fox's head couped sa. 33. 4 

Cholwill or Cholville, Devonsh., a hnnet 
ppr. 

Chooke, an ibex's head erased arg., 
gorged with a crown gu., double- 
horned or. 

Chope, Rev. R. R., St. Augustine's 
Vicarage, 117, Queen's Gate, S.W., a 
lion passant. 

Chopinge of London, a tree vert, fructed 
or, the stem arg., charged with two 
bends wavy gu., on the sinister side of 
the stem a woodpecker ppr. 

Chorley, Lanes and Staffs, on a chapeau 
gu., turned up erm., a hawk's head 
erased arg. 89. 6 

Chough, a demi-lion rampant sa., col- 
lared arg., holding in the paws a 
halberd in pale or. cf. 15. 4 

Chowne, a cubit arm erect in armour 
holding in the gauntlet ppr. a broad 
arrow sa., feathered arg. 

Chrighton or Crighton, a dragon's head 
vomiting fire ppr. 72. 3 

Chrisope, an antelope trippant ppr., col- 
lared and chained or. cf. 126. 6 



CHR 

Chrisope, a bear's head muzzled. 34. 14 

ChristaU, Scotland, a fir-tree ppr. Per 

angyista ad augueta. 144.13 

Christian, Ireland, a lion couchant gar- 

dant ppr. 7- 10 

Christian, a lion sejant gardant erect 
holding in the dexter paw a cross, and 
resting the sinister on a pyramid sa. 

<•/. 8. 12 

Chlistian, a unicorn's head erased arg., 
collared, maned, and armed or. 

49. I.I 

Christian, out of a naval coronet a uni- 
corn's head, cf. 48. 12 

Christian of Ewanrigg, Cumb., a uni- 
corn's head erased arg., armed and 
gorged with a collar invecked or. 
Salus per Christum. cf. 49. 1 1 

Christian, the figure of Hope ppr., robed 
arg., leaning on an anchor or. 

Christian, a greyhound current ppr. 

e/. 58. 2 

Christie, Robert Maitland, of Durie, Fife, 
a dexter hand holding a letter ppr. 
Pro rege. 

Christie, a cross Calvary gu. Sit vita 
nomini congrua. 1 66. i 

Christie, a brown bear passant muzzled, 
the cliain reflexed over the shoulder or, 
on the back a bezant charged with a 
cross sa., the dexter paw resting on an 
escutcheon per pale of the last and gu. 
Integer vita'. 269. 4 

Christie, Augustus Langhara, Esquire, of 
Tapeley Park, Instow, North Devonsh., 
and 42, Great Cumberland Place, 
London, W., same crest and motto. 

Christie, William Langham, Esquire, of 
ftlyndebourne, Lewes, Susse.\, and 
117, Eaton Square, S.W., same crest 
and motto. 

Christie, Ireland out of an earl's coronet 
a Moor's head from the shoulders, all 
ppr. 1 82. 2 

Christie, a holly-sUp leaved and frncted 
ppr. 150. 10 

Christie, Thomas Craig, Esquire, of 
Bedlay Chryston, Glasgow, Lanarksh., 
a branch of holly leaved and fructed 
ppr. Sic viresco. 

Christie, a holly-stump leaved and fructed 
ppr. Sit vita nomini congrwi. 145. 10 

Christie, John, Esquire, of Cowden and 

Glenfarg, Perth, and of Milnwood, 

Lanarksh., a withered holly-branch 

sprouting out leaves ppr. Sic viresco. 

145- 10 

Christie of Craigton, Scotland, a holly- 
branch withered with leaves sprouting 
anew ppr. Sic viresco. 145. 10 

Christie, Hector, Esquire, of Langcliffe 
Place, near Settle, Yorks, same crest 
and motto. 

Christie, Scotland, a holly-bush ppr. 
Sic viresco. 

Christie-Miller, Sydney Richardson, Es- 
quire, J. P., of Moira House, 21, St. 
James's Place, London ; of Brit well 
Court, Burnham, Bucks ; and of 
Craigentinny, Midlothian, Scotland : 
(i) A de.xter hand erect holding an 
open book ppr. {for Miller). 279. 10 
(2) A holly-stump withered sprouting 
out leaves ppr. (for Christie). Manent 
optima caelu. — Sic viresco. 279. 9 

Christie, a phoenix in flames ppr. 82. 2 

Christie, a phoenix's head in flames ppr. 
82. 9 



114 

Christison, Sir Alexander, Bart., of 40, 
Moray Place, Edinburgh, a Passion 
cross gu., on three grieces ppr. Vitam 
dirigai. 166. I 

Christison, John, Esquire, Writer to the 
Signet, of 40, Moray Place, Edinburgh, 
a Passion cross gu., on three grieces 
ppr. Vitam dirigat. 166. i 

Christmas, an arm embowed ppr., vested 
or, covered with leaves vert, supporting 
a staff couped and raguly arg. 

Christmas, an arm ppr., charged with two 
bars or and gu., holding a double 
branch of roses flowered of the second, 
leaved vert. 

Christopher, Norf., a unicorn's head 
erased arg. 49- 5 

Christopher of Norton, Durham, two 
arms embowed. vested az., the hands 
ppr., supporting an anchor sa., cabled 
arg. Arte conservatiis. Deo conser- 

Christopher, Captain Alfred Charles Seton, 
of 9, Sloane 'Terrace Mansions, London, 
S.W., two arms embowed vested az., the 
hands ppr. supporting an anchor sa., 
cabled arg. 

Christopher, Danby Stevens, Esquire, of 
28, Argyll Street, London, W., same 
crest and motto. 

Christopher, Henry Carmichael, Esquire, 
same crest and motto. 

Christopher, Leonard William, Esquire, 
of Murre, Punjab, same crest and 
motto. 

Christopher, Wilmot Conway, Esquire, 
same crest and motto. 

Christopher, a stag's head cabossed ppr. 
122. 5 

Christopherson, Sussex, a demi-eagle re- 
gardant holding in the dexter claw a 
sword ppr. Ardenter prnsequor alis. 

Christy of Apuldrefield, Kent, a mount 
vert, thereon the stump of a holly- 
tree sprouting between four branches 
of fern, all ppr. Sic viresco. 

Christy, Richard, Esquire, of Watergate, 
Emsworth, Sussex, same crest and 
motto. 

Christy, Joseph Fell, Esquire, of Upton, 
Alresford, Hants, same crest and 
motto. 

Christy, William Miller, Watergate, Ems- 
worth, same crest and motto. 

Chritchley, Ireland, a lion rampant per 
fesse, ejnbattled gu. and az. Honesta 
qitam S'plendida. i. 13 

Chrystie, a lion's gamb erased holding a 
dagger, all ppr. 3.S. 8 

Chubb, Sir George Hayter, of Newlands, 
Chislehurst, Kent, in front of a demi- 
lion supporting between its paws a 
bezant charged with a rose gu., a key 
fesseways, wards upwards, or. 

242. 2 

Chubbe, Dorset, a demi-lion az., holding 
between the paws a bezant. I ' ■ 7 

Chudleigh, a savage ppr., wreathed about 
the loins and temples vert, and holding 
in the dexter hand a club spiked or. 

Chudleigh, a savage ppr. in profile hold- 
ing in the dexter hand a spiked club or, 
with a bugle-horn hung over the sinis- 
ter shoulder, wreathed about the loins 
and temples vert. 

Chun, a boar passant regardant pierced 
in the shoulder by an arrow, the end 
held in the mouth, all ppr. 



CHU 



Church, Essex, an arm in armour ppr., 
garnished or, holding in the hand a 
baton of the same. 

Church, a hand holding a sword erect 
between two branches of laurel en- 
twined round the blade. Virtule. 

Church, Ireland, a talbot collared, all 
ppr. 54- 2 

Church, a cloud ppr. 162. 13 

Church, a demi-lion rampant or, bran- 
dishing in his dexter paw a battle-axe 
ppr., and resting his sinister paw on a 
cross gu. 

Church, Samuel Church, Esquire : (i) In 
front of a Passion cross gu., a pelican 
in her piety arg., the wing charged 
with a rose, also gu., barbed and seeded 
ppr. {/or Church). (2) A lion rampant 
regardant sa., semee of pheons, and 
holding between the paws a mascle or 
{for Philips). Vidnera ecclesirr- liher- 
orum vita. 

Church, Sir William Selby, Bart., K.C.B., 
Woodside, Hatfield, Herts, a grey- 
hound's head sa., erased gu., collared 
az., and charged with two bezants. 
Mea spes est in Deo. 262. 4 

Church, a greyhound's head erased sa., 
platee, collared or. 

Churehar, Sussex, an heraldic tiger pas- 
sant arg., maned and tufted or. 25. 5 

Churche, Essex, a demi-greyhound sa., 
gorged with a collar or, charged with 
three lozenges gu., holding a trefoil of 
the second. 

Churche, Shropsh., a greyhound's head 
erased erm., collared, lined, and ringed 
or. cf. 61. 2 

Churchey, Wales, a greyhound's head 
erased sa., collared or, holding in the 
mouth a trefoil slipped gu. 

Churchill, Duke of Marlborough, see Marl- 
borough. 

ChurchiU, Viscount (Spencer), G.C.V.O., 
RoUeston, Leics., out of a ducal coronet 
or, a griffin's head between two wings 
expanded arg., gorged with a bar- 
gemelle gu., armed of the first. Dieu 
defend le droit. cf. 67. i 

Churchill, Surrey and Dorset, out of a 
ducal coronet "or, a demi-lion rampant 
arg. Dieu defend le droit. 16. 3 

Churchill, Frederick, M.D., 4, Cranley 
Gardens, Queen's Gate, S.W., same 
crest. 

Churchill, Charles Morant, Manor House, 
Buckland Ripers, Dorset, same crest. 

ChurchiU, a lion couchant gardant arg., 
holding a flagstaff erect entwined with 
a branch of laurel ppr., flowing from 
the staff to the sinister a banner swal- 
low-tailed gu., charged with an Eastern 
crown or. 

ChurchiU, a lion couchant arg., holding 
a banner of the last charged with a 

ChurchiU, a savage's head affrontee, 
ducally crowned ppr. 192. 9 

Churchouse, William John Franklin, 
Physician and Surgeon, Chard House, 
Long Buckby, Rugby, a demi-lion 
rampant holding between its paws a 
church bell. Nunquam non fiddis. 

Churchman of London, on a garb in fess 
or, a cock arg., beaked, legged, and 
wattled gu. 9i- 4 

Churchward, Rev. Marcus Dimond Di- 
mond-, Vicar of Northam, Bideford, 



CHU 

Devonsh., issuant from three lozenges | 
conjoined in fesse gu., each charged 
witli a fleur-de-lis or, a buck's head 
couped ppr. Suaviter in modo. 

Cf. 121. 5 

Churchyard, an arm in armour embowed 
liolding in the hand a baton, and there- 
on suspended a laurel crown, all ppr. 

Churchyard, kShropsh., a dexter arm 
embowed and vambraced, holding a 
broken spear environed with a chaplet. 
En Dieu et mon roy. - cj. 197. 3 

Churston, Baron (Yarde-Buller), of Chur- 
ston Ferrers and Lupton, Devonsh., a 
Saracen's head afirontee couped ppr. 
Aquila non capit muscas. 190. 5 

Churton, the late John, Esquire, of Mo- 
ranned, Rhyl, Flintsh., out of the 
battlements of a tower ppr., a demi- 
lion gu., gorged with a collar gemel 
or, holding in the dexter paw a sword 
ppr., and resting the sinister paw on 
an escutcheon erm., charged with a 
ram's head erased sa., armed or. 
Avance:. 

Churton, Shropsh., out of a mural coronet 
ppr., a demi-lion rampant gu., holding 
in the paw a sword ppr., pommel and 
hilt or. Avanec:. 

Chussell, three chisels arff., handles or, 
two in saltire, the liandles downwards, 
and one in pale, the hamlli' upwards. 

Chute, Hants and Kent, a gamitlet ppr., 
holding a broken sword arg., hilt and 
pommel or. 

Chute, Charles Lennard, of The Vyne, 
Hants, a dexter cubit arm in armour, 
the hand gauntleted grasping a broken 
sword in bend sinister ppr., hilt and 
pommel or. 

Chute, Wiggett- : (i) A de.xter cubit arm 
in armour, the hand gauntleted 
grasping a broken sword in bend 
sinister ppr., hilt and pommel or {for 
Chute). (2) A griffin's head couped 
sa., holding in the beak an ear of wheat 
ppr., between two wings arg., each 
charged with a mullet gu. (for Wiggett). 
Fortune de querre. 

Chute, Wiggett-, Rev. Devereux, of Sher- 
borne St. John, Basingstolie, same 
crests and motto. 

Chuter, a dexter hand holding a spur. 

217. 14 

Chyner, an antelope's head erased erm. 

126. 2 

Cidderowe, out of a tower arg., a demi- 
lion rampant sa. 157- II 

Clely, Cornw., a tiger sejant arg. 

27.6 

Cinsallagh, Ireland, a lion's head erased 
ppr. 17. 8 

Cipriani, an eagle displayed sa., crowned 
gu. cf. 74. 14 

Clabrock, Middx. and Kent, out of a 
ducal coronet or, a demi-ostrich arg., 
wings displayed erm., holding in the 
beak a horse-shoe sa. 96. 8 

Clack, on a mount a holy lamb bearing a 
flag, all ppr. 131. 14 

Clack, an old man's head couped at the 
shoulders, vested gu., wreathed arg. 

Clack, Heref. and Berks, a demi-eagle or, 
winged erm. 80. 2 

Clagett of London, Kent, and Surrey, 
an eagle's head erased erm., ducally 
crowned or, between two wings sa. 

Clagstone, a falcon rising ppr. 87. i 



115 

Clamond, Cornw., a griflfin sejant or. 

62. 10 

Clanbrasil, Baron, see Rod'en, Earl of. 

Clancarty, Earl of (Le Poer-Trench), 
Garbally, Ballinasloc, co. Galway : (i) 
An arm in armour embowed holding 
in the hand a sword, all ppr. 195. 2. 
(2) A lion rampant or, imperially 
crowned, holding in the dexter paw a 
sword arg., hilt and pommel or, and in 
the sinister a sheaf of arrows of the 
last. (3) A stag's head cabossed arg., 
attired and between the attires a 
crucifix or. Consilio et prndentia. 

122. 13 

Clancy, Ireland, and Clanny, Durh., a 
hand gauntleted holding a dagger in 
pale, on the point a wolf's head couped 
close, dropping blood gu. 

Clancy, Ireland, a hand couped at the 
wrist erect, holding a sword impaling a 
boar's head also couped, all ppr. 212. 6 

Clandjnen, Ireland, a demi-lion holding a 
ullet of six points. 

Clanmorris, Baron (Bingham), New- 
brook, Ballyglass, co. Mayo, Ireland, 
on a rocli an eagle rising, all ppr. Spes 
men Christus. 

Clanricarde, Marquess of (De Burgh-Can- 
ning), Porturana Castle, co. Galway : 
(l) A demi-lion rampant arg., charged 
with three trefoils vert, holding in the 
dexter paw an arrow pheoned and 
flighted ppr., the shaft or (for Canning). 
cf. 13. 6. (2) A cat-a-mountain sejant 
gardant ppr., collared and chained or 
{for De Burgh). Nug roy, nug joy, nug 
hi/. 26. 13 

Clanwilliam, Earl of (Meade), GiU Hall, 
Dromore, cO. Down, Ireland, an eagle 
displayed with two heads sa., armed 
or. Toujours pret. 74. 2 

Clapcott, a buck's head couped sa., 
attired or. 121. 5 

Clapham, Scotland, a dexter hand hold- 
ing a helmet ppr. 217. 12 

Clapham, a lion rampant sa., holding in 
the dexter paw a sword arg., pommel 
and liilt or. 

Clapham, T. R., Austwiok Hall, same 
crest. 

Clapham of Burley Grange, Yorks, a 
lion rampant sa. Post est occasio calva. 



139- 



Clapp, a pike naiant ppr. 

Clapperton, Scotland, a talbot 

arg. Fides prcestantior aura. 54. i 

Clapton, Hants, a dolphin hauriant, head 
downwards. 

Clapton, Edward, M.D., 41, Eltham 
Road, Lee, S.E., a bay horse's head 
erased, bridled and charged with a 
quatrefoil or, gorged with a chain of 
the last, pendent therefrom a bell az. 
Laudo et plaudo. 

Clare, Earl of (Fitzgibbon), a boar pas- 
sant gu., bristled or, charged on the 
body with three annulets of the last. 
yU admirari. cf. 40. 8 

Clare, John Leigh, Esquire, of Hoylake, 
Birkenhead, upon a mill-rind fesseways 
or, a cock with wings expanded gu. 
Vigilante. 

Clare, Leigh-, Octavius Leigh, Esquire, 
B.A., of Hindley Cottage, East Sheen, 
Surrey, same crest and motto. 

Clare, Shropsh. and Worcs., a stag's head 
cabossed gu., attired ppr. 122. 5 



CLA 

Clarence and Avondale, H.R.H. the late 
Duke of, on a coronet composed of 
crosses pattee and fleur-de-lis, a lion 
statant gardant or, crowned with a 
like coronet and differenced with a 
label of three points arg., the centre 
point charged with St. George's crosts. 

Clarendon, Earl of (ViUiers), the Grove, 
Watford, Herts, a lion rampant arg., 
ducally crowned or. Fidei coticula 
crux. I. 12 

Clarge, a ram's head couped arg., with 
two straight and two bent horns or. 

Clarges, out of a ducal coronet a ram's 
head armed with four horns or. 

Claridge, Essex, an eagle regardant. Cum 
pcrictdo lucrurn. 76. 6 

Clarina, Baron (Massey), Elm Park, 
Liiiieriok, Ireland, out of a ducal 
coronet or. a bull's head gu., armed sa. 
Pro libcrlale pulria:. 44. II 

Clark, a falcon rising. 87. i 

Clark, Sir John Forbes, Bart., Tillypronie, 
Tarland, Aberdeensh., a rock, therefrom 
rising a falcon ppr., belled or, and 
resting the dexter claw on a ducal 
coronet of the last. Amat victoria curam. 

Clark, Sir James Richardson Andrew, 
Bart., Tidmarsh, near Reading, a demi- 
huntsraan winding a horn holding in 
his sinister hand a whip, all ppr., 
between a stags attirej, the scalp in 
front arg. Free for a blast. 

Clark, Andrew, Esquire, S.S.C, of 21, 
Bernard Street, Leith, and 19, Raeburn 
Place. Edinburgh, a falcon rising ppr. 
Honore et virtute. 87. i 

Clark of Bellefleld, Trowbridge, and Cum- 
berwell, near Bradford, Wilts, a swan 
arg., ducally gorged, and with a chain 
reflexed over the back or, charged on 
the wings with an estoile gu ,.and 
resting the dexter foot on a cross 
moline, also gu. 

Clark of Bishop Wearmouth, Durh., a 
swan ppr., reposing his dexter foot on 
an ogress. cf. 99. 2 

Clark, Frederick, Esquire, D.L., of Great 
Cumberland Place, London, upon the 
trunk of a tree eradicated fessewise, 
sprouting to the dexter, a lark rising 
ppr., charged on the breast with a rose 
gu., and hohh'ng in the beak three ears 
of wheat slipped or. 

Clark, Charles Stanley Gordon, Esquire, 
two pellets, thereon a lark rising ppr., 
gorged with a collar gemel arg., and 
holding in the beak an ear of wheat 
leaved and slipped or. Be advised. 

Clark, Henry Herbert Gordon, Esquire, 
of Micklehara Hall, near Dorking, same 
crest and motto. 

Clark, Crawfurd A. Gordon, Esquire, 
same crest and motto. 

Clark, Gilchrist-, of Speddoch, Dum- 
friessh., Scotland, within a serpent in 
a circle an estoile pierced or. Animo 
et scientia. 

Clark, Norf., an eagle's leg gu., joined to 
a wing or. cf- "S- 5 

Clark, a griffin's head erased. 66. 2 

Clark, a demi-griffin ducally gorged. 

cf. 64. 2 

Clark, a mullet of six points arg. Animo 
et scientia. 164- 3 

Clark of London, a cross pattee or, be- 
tween two eagles' wings erect az. Absit 
ut glorier nisi in cruce. 1 10. 7 



CLA 

Clark of Dowlais House, Merthyr Tydvil, 
a lion rampant supporting a shield 
gyronny of eight. Tryandtryst. (•/. 1.4 

Clark of Buckland Tout Saints, Devonsh., 
a demi-Uon gu., coUared or, charged on 
the shoulder with an estoile arg., and 
holding in the dexter paw a baton sa. 
Victor mortalis est. cf. 15.9 

Clark, Archibald Henry, Beaumont 
Lodge, Paignton, same crest and motto. 

Clark, Godfrey Lewis, 44, Berkeley 
Square, a lion rampant or, supporting 
a shield gu., charged with a cross erm. 
placed upon a saltire or. Try and 
tryste. — Non major alio, non minor. 

Clark of Achareidh, Nairn, Scotland, a 
bear sejant arg., muzzled, collared, and 
chained ppr., holding a battle-axe erect, 
also ppr. Sans changer. 

Clark, a talbot's head erased or. 56. 2 

Clark, a talbot's head couped or, gorged 

with a collar az., charged with a plate. 

cf. 56. I 

Clark> a dragon's head erased az. Forli- 
tvdo. cf. 7\. 2 

Clark, The Goddards, Snaith, Yorksh., a 
stag's head cabossed. 

Clark of Belford, Northumb., a dragon's 
head erased az., guttee-d'or, gorged 
with a collar embattled, counter-em- 
battled, and charged on the neck with 
three annulets interlaced, also or. For- 
titudo. 

Clark, Bucks and Beds, a goat arg., 
against a tree ppr. 129. 8 

Clark, Ireland, on a mural coronet az., a 
stag sejant or. 116. 4 

Clark of Steeple, CO. Antrim, Ireland, 
a boar's head erased sa., transfixed 
through the jaws with a broken spear 
ppr. Non egel jacidis. 

Clark,^ fox's head gu. 33. 4 

Clark, Towers-, of Wester Moffat, 
Lanarksh. : ( i ) A dexter hand holding 
a scimitar bendways ppr., hilted and 
pommelled or (/or C/orA). 213.5. (2) 
A tower or, masoned sa. (for Towers). 
Fortiter. — Turris forlis mihi Deus. 

156. 2 

Clark, a hand holding a dagger in bend 
sinister. 212. 3 

Clark, James Jackson, Esquire, of Largan- 
togher House, Maghera, co. London- 
derry, Ireland, out of a mural crown an 
arm embowed in armour, the hand 
holding a dagger, all ppr., the arm 
charged with a trefoil vert. Virtutt 
el labore. cf. Ujq. g 

Clark, Sir Andrew, Bart., of Caviiulish 
Square, London, between the attires of 
a stag affixed to the scalp arg., a demi- 
huntsman winding a horn, and holding 
in his sinister hand a whip, all ppr. 
Free for a blast. cf. 187. 12 

Clark, Andrew, F.R.C.S., 71. Harley 
Street, W., a demi-huutsman winding a 
horn, and holding in his sinister hand 
a whip, all ppr. Free for a blast. 

Clark, Stewart, Esquire, of Dundas 
Castle, South Queensferry. an anchor 
cabled gu. Sure and steadfast. i6i. 2 

Clark, a pheon ppr. 174. 11 

Clark or Clarke, Derbysh., in a gem ring 
or, set with a diamond sa., a pheon 
arg. cf. 167. 12 

Clark, Sir John Maurice, Bart., of 14, 
Rothesay Place, Edinburgh, a battle- 
axe in pale ppr. I n Deo speravi. 172.3 



116 

Clarke, Grahame- Leonard John, Fro- 
cester Manor House, Stonehouse, 
Glouc, an escallop quarterly gu. and 
erminois. 

Clark-Kennedy, John William James, 
Esquire, of Knockgray, Carsphaim, 
Kirkcudbright, N.B. : (i) A demi-man 
in the uniform of the Royal Dragoons 
holding in his dexter hand a sword, 
and sinister a French eagle, all ppr. 
(2) A dolphin naiant ppr. Arise la fin. 

Clarke, Sir Charles, Bart., of Dunham 
Lodge, Norfolk, a mount vert, thereon 
a lark with wings elevated or, holding 
In the beak an ear of wheat ppr., the 
dexter claw resting on an annulet sa. 

259- 7 

Clarke, Hon. Sir Rupert Turner Havelock, 
Bart., in front of an arm embowed in 
armour holding in the hand an arrow 
in bend sinister ppr., three escallops. 
Signum qucerens in vellere. 248. 4 

Clarke of Cork, on the stump of a tree 
couped, eradicated, and sprouting on 
each side, a lark perched ppr., the 
wings expanded, holding in the beak 
two wheat-ears or. 

Clarke, formerly of Wayste Court, 
Abingdon, Berks, in front of a mount 
overgrown with clover a lark rising 
ppr., charged on the breast with a 
cross patee arg., and holding in the 
beak an ear of wheat or. Carpe diem. 

Clarke, a lark rising, holding in the beak 
an ear of wheat, all ppr. Carpe diem. 

Clarke, a lark with wings expanded, 
holding in the beak an ear of wheat, 
aU ppr. cf. 94. 5 

Clarke, Alexander Felix, Esquire, of 38, 
English Quay, St. Petersburg, Russia, 
upon a mount vert, a swan arg., charged 
on the body with two pellets fesseways, 
holding in the beak an ostrich feather 
or. Si bene facias nil mettias. 

256. 15 

Clarke-Travers, Sir Guy Francis Travers, 
Bart., of Rossmore, co. Cork: (l) An 
heraldic tiger passant arg. [for Travers). 
25. 5. (2) On the stump of a tree 
couped, eradicated, and sprouting on 
each side a lark perched ppr., wings 
expanded, holding in the beak two 
wheat-ears or {for Clarke). Nee temere, 
nee timide. — Constantia et fidelitaJc. 

Clarke, a peacock's head erased ppr., 
holding in the beak a trefoil slipped 
vert. cf. 103. I 

Clarke, a swan ppr. 99. 2 

Clarke, Durh. and Ireland, a swan ppr., 
resting the dexter foot on an ogress. 

cf. 99. 2 

Clarke, a swan rising arg., ducally gorged 
and chained or. cf. 99. 3 

Clarke, James Richard Plomer, Welton 
Place, near Daventry, Northamp., 
same crest. 

Clarke, an eagle with wings expanded 
sa., beaked and membered or. 77. 5 

Clarke, Lines, a sinister wing or. 109. 7 

Clarke of Arlington, Berks, a cross pattde 

or, between a pair of eagles' wings 

erect az. Absit id glorier nisi in crnce. 

no. 7 

Clarke, Surrey, on a ducal coronet or, a 
cross pattee of the same between two 
eagles' wings expanded sa. cf. 1 10. 7 

Clarke, Heref., a lion rampant vert, hold- 
ing a pen arg. 



CLA 

Clarke, a demi-lion rampant or. 10. 2 

Clarke of London and Glouc, out of a 
ducal coronet or, a demi-lion ppr. 

16.3 

Clarke of London and Yorks, a demi- 
lion rampant or, holding a cross crosslet 
iitched az. 11. 10 

Clarke, out of a mural coronet a demi- 
lion rampant holding a pennon gu. 

cf. 16. 7 

Clarke, out of a mural coronet a demi- 
lion rampant, in the dexter paw a 
pennon, resting the sinister on an 
escutcheon. 

Clarke, Suft., an elephant's head quar- 
terly gu. and or. '33-2 

Clarke, Thomas, Esquire, of Masson 
House, Matlock, Bath, Derbysh., in 
front of an heraldic tiger's head erased 
sa., maned or, gorged with a collar gemel 
arg., two fleur-de-Us also arg. Vincit 
qui patiiur. 

Clarke, Beds, a goat salient arg., attired 
or, against a pine-tree ppr. 129. 8 

Clarke, Bart., Ireland, out of an Eastern 
crown gu., a demi-dragon with wings 
elevated or. Constanter et fidelitaie. 

Clarke, Berks, out of a ducal coronet a 

dragon's head. Pro legibus el regibas. 

72. 4 

Clarke, Kent, a demi-griffin arg., issuing 

from flames ppr. In medio ttUissimiis. 

cf. 64. 2 

Clarke, Westminster, a demi-griffin, the 
wings endorsed or, gorged with a col- 
lar engrailed az. cf. 64. 2 

Clarke, Surrey, a bear sejant arg., sup- 
porting a battle-axe erect az. 

Clarke of Ashgate and Norton Hall, 
Derbysh., a bear rampant az., collared 
and chained sa., holding a battle-axe 
gu. 

Clarke, Montague de Salis McKenzie 
Gordon Augustus, Achareidh, Nairn, 
a bear sejant arg., muzzled, collared, 
and chained ppr., holding a battle-axe 
erect ppr. Sans changer. — Dan ni 

Clarke of Elm Bank, Leatherhead, Surrey, 
a bear rampant erm., gorged with a 
naval crown or, the hne reflexed over 
the back gu., supporting a battle-axe 
erect ppr. Mcenibus crede ligneis. 

Clarke, George Jackson, Esquire, of the 
Steeple, Antrim, Ireland, a boar's head 
erased sa., transfixed through the jaws 
with a broken spear ppr. Non ' eget 
jacidis. 

Clarke, Colonel Thomas, D.L., ex-Sheriff 
of the City of London, of the Gables, 
35, Upper Hamilton Terrace, London, 
N.W., on a WTcath of the colours, in 
front of a horse's head couped ermi- 
nois, a spur erect leathered gu. Fortis 
in arduis. 51. 8 

Clarke of Dublin, a horse's head erased 
or, charged with a cross pattee gu. 

cf. 51- 4- 

Clarke, Suff., a nag's head erased sa. 

50. 8 

Clarke, Kent, a unicorn's head erased 

arg., crined and armed or, gorged with 

a collar gu., charged with three plates. 

cf. 49. II 

Clarke, Ireland, a sea-horse vert. 

46. 5 

Clarke, Ireland, a demi-ram erminois. 
Virgregis. 1 30. 13. 



CLA 

Clarke, Kent, a fleiir de-lis per pale arg. 

and sa. 14S. 2 

Clarke, Suff., a conger-eel's head erect 

and erased gu., collared with a bar 

gemelle or. 139. 3 

Clarke, Essex, a greyhound sejant sa. 

59- 4 

Clarke, Kent and Essex, a greyhound's 

liead couped or, charged with a 

cinquefoil az. 

Clarke, Cambs, a talbot's head erased or. 

56. 2 

Clarke of Summerhill, Lanes, out of a 

ducal coronet or, a demi-bull rampant 

erm., armed of the first. Esperance en 

Dim. cf. 45. 8 

Clarke of London, a talbot'a head or, 
gorged with a fesse engrailed az., 
charged with three lozenges of the 
first. cf. 56. 12 

Clarke, Sir Philip Houghton, Bart., of 
Shirland, Notts, an arm couped near 
the wrist ppr., holding a sword in pale 
arg., hilted or. 212. 9 

Clarke, out of a mural coronet arg., a 
cubit arm in armour holding a scimitar 
ppr., hilted or. cf. 209. 1 1 

Clarke, an arm embowed in armour ppr., 
holding in the gauntlet an arrow or, 
headed and feathered arg. cf. iqS. 4 

Clarke, the Hon. Sir Rupert Turner Have- 
lock, Bart., of Rupertswood, Bourke 
County, Victoria, Australia, and 30, 
Park Lane, London, W., Member of 
the Legislative Council of Victoria, 
in front of a dexter arm embowed in 
armour, the hand in a gauntlet ppr., 
grasping an arrow in bend sinister or, 
flighted arg., three escallops, also or. 
Signum qutierens in vdlere. 198. 6 

Clarke, Joseph, Esquire, J.P., of Mande- 
ville Hall, Toorak, near Melbourne, 
Victoria, Australia, same crest and 
motto. 

Clarke, the late Thomas Sinclair, of Kned- 
lington, STorks, on a chapeau az., turned j 
up erm., two wings expanded out of a 
ducal coronet, between them the word 
" Elmer " in Saxon characters. The 
time will come. 

Clarke of London, on a plate arg., the 
letter Y gu. 

Clarke, Derbysh., in a gem ring or, set 
with a diamond sa., a pheon arg. 

cf. 167. 12 

Clarke of Hyde Hall, Chesh. : (i) A 
pheon ppr. 174. 11. (2) An eagle with 
wings expanded sa., beaked and mem- 
bered or. 77. 5 

Clarke, Richard HaU, BridweU, Cul- 
lompton, Devonsh., a lark rising hold- 
ing in its beak an ear of wheat ppr. 
Carpe diem. 

Clarke, Heref., an escallop quarterly gu. 
and or. 141. 14 

Clarkeson, Clarkesonn, and Clarkson, a 
hand and arm couped below the elbow 
lying fesseways in a coat of mail ppr., 
holding in the hand a sword erect arg., 
hilt and pommel sa., on the blade a 
pennon flotant gu. 

Clarkson, an arm in armour embowed 
holding a couteau-sword, all ppr. Per 
ardua. cf. 196. 10 

Clason and Classen, Scotland, a rose- 
branch ppr. 149. 8 

Clater, a dexter hand holding a crescent. 
216. 8 



117 

Claude, a demi-unicorn rampant collared 

ppr. 48. 10 

Claus, on the point of a sword in pale a 

cross pattee. 169. 5 

Clauson, Chas., Esquire, between two 
wings arg., a mullet of five points or. 
Spes et fides. 1 1 1 . 5 

Clauson, Albert Charles, Esquire, of 8, Okl 
Square, Lincoln's Inn, W.C, a mullet 
of ten points encircled by an annulet 
or, between two wings sa., the dexter 
charged with three bendlets, and the 
sinister with as many bendlets in 
sinister arg. Spcs el fides. 

Clauson, Major John Eugene, C.AI.G., 
R.E., 44, Stanhope Gardens, Queen's 
Gate, S.W., same crest and motto. 

ClavedoD, a pelican vulning herself ppr. 
98. I 

Clavel and Clavell, a human heart in 
flames, all ppr. 181. 13 

Clavel, Clavell, and Claville, a buck's 
head erased and pierced between the 
attires by an arrow. cf. 121. 2 

Claver, Bucks, a lion's gamb couped and 
erect or, holding a key sa. cf. 35. i 

Clavering of Callaly Castle, Northumb., a 
man's head affrontee couped at the 
shoulders, between two wings ppr. Ad 
ccelos volnns. 

Clavering, Northumb., a cherub's head 
with wings erect. Ad ccelos volan-s. 

189. 9 

Clavering, Sir Henry Augustus, Bart., of 
Axwell, Durh., out of a ducal coronet 
or, a demi-lion az. Nil actum si quid 
agenduni. 16. 3 

Clavering, Napier-, the Rev. J. W., Axwell 
Park, Durh. ; (i) A dexter arm from 
the elbow ppr., the hand grasping a 
crescent arg. (2) The top of an em- 
battled tower arg., masoned sa., issuing 
therefrom six lances disposed saltire- 
wise, three and three with pennons az. 
Nil actum si quid agendum. — Sans 
tache. — Ready, aye ready. 

Claxson, Glouc, on a mount vert, a stag 
lodged arg., attired and ungu. or, 
supporting with the dexter foot an 
escutcheon gu., charged with a porcu- 
pine arg. Sapere aude, incipe. 

c/. 115. 12 

Claxton, a hedgehog arg. 135. 8 

Claxton, Durh., on a ducal coronet or, a 
hedgehog arg. _ 135. 14 

Claxton, a hedgehog sa., bezantee. 

cf. 135. 8 

Clay, see Pelham-Clay. 

Clay or Claye of London and Shropsh., 
a lion's head per pale vert and sa., 
charged with an escallop arg. cf. 21. 1 

Clay, Claye, and Cley, Derbysh., two wings 
expanded arg., semee of trefoils slipped 
sa. 109. 1 1 

Clay, Henry, Esquire, M.A., J.P., D.L., 
of Piercefiekl Park, Chepstow, Mon- 
mouthsh., in front of two wings arg., 
semee of trefoils slipped sa., a mount 
vert, and thereon two estoiles gu. 
Clarior virtus honoribus. 292. 1 1 

Clay of Ford Manor, Surrey, and Arthur 
J. Clay, Esquire, of Holly Bush, Staffs, 
same crest and motto. 

Clay, Sir Arthur Temple Felix, Bart., 
Ardmeallie, Huntley, N.B., two wings 
arg., each charged with a chevron 
engrailed between three trefoils slipped 
sa. Per orbem. cf. 109. 6 



CLA 

Clay, Alfred, Esquire, an annulet sa., 
surmounted by a martlet arg., between 
two wings also arg., guttee-de-poix, 
each wing charged with three trefoils 
or and two sa. 

Clay, Arthur Travis, Esquire, of Holly 
Bank, Rastrick, Yorks, same crest and 
motto. 

Clay, John William, Esquire, same 
crest. 

Clay, Charles John. Esquire, of West 
House, Cambridge, upon a rock ppr., 
a pheon az., in front thereof a key 
fesseways ward upwards, and to the 
sinister of the last. Propositi tenax. 

Claydan, an arm in armour brandishing 
a sword, all ppr. Probitatem quam di- 
vifias. 210. 2 

Claydon, a demi-lion rampant az., valued 
on the shoulder gu., murally crowned 
arg., holding in the paws a cross flory 
fitched of the second. 

Clayton, Fitzroy Augustus, Esquire, of 
Fyfield House, Maidenhead, Berks, a 
leopard's gamb erased arg., holding a 
pellet. 

Claye, see Clay. 

Claye, Frank Reginald, Esquire, Long 
Eaton, Derbysh., two wings expanded 
arg., semee of trefoils slipped sa. 

109. II 

Clayfield, a Moor's head couped sa. 

192. 13 

Clayhills-Henderson, George David, Es- 
quire, of Invergowrie, Dundee, For- 
farsh., Hallyards Meigle, Perthsh., 
Thornton-le-Moor, Yorks, a hand 
holding an imperial crown ppr. Corde 
et animo. 

ClayhlUs, Scotland, an arm holding an 
iperial crown ppr. Corde et animo. 
cf. 217. I 

Clayley, a greyhound's head arg., be 
tween two rose-slips flowered gu., 
stalked and leaved vert. 61. 11 

Clayton-East, Bart., see East. 

Clayton of Crooke, Lanes, an arm em- 
bowed vested sa., holding a sword point 
downwards. 

Clayton, an arm in armour embowed, 
holding in the hand a sword point 
downward ppr. 195. 4 

Clayton, Bart., (extinct) of Adlington, 
Lanes, a dexter arm embowed, grasp- 
ing in the hand a dagger ppr., the point 
to the dexter. Probitatem quam divitias. 
cf. 201. 4 

Clayton, the late J. Bertram, 42, Wilton 
Crescent, same crest. 

Clayton of Lostock Hall, Leyland, Lanes, 
dexter arm embowed in armour, the 



hand 



gau 



itlet 



graspinj 



a sword 



in bend sinister, the point downwards 
ppr., pommel and hilt or, pendent from 
the wrist by a riband an escutcheon 
of the last, charged with a griffin's 
head erased az. 

Clayton, Sir WiUiam Robert, Bart., D.L., 
of Marden Park, Surrey, a leopard's 
gamb erased and erect arg., holding a 
pellet. Virtus in actione consistil. — Quid 
leone fortius? 39- 13 

Clayton of Hedgerley Park, Bucks, a 
leopard's gamb erased and erect grasp- 
ing a pellet. Virtus in actione consistit. 
— Quid leone fortius ? 39- '3 

Clayton, Major, E. G., Kingswood, 
Woking, same crest and motto. 



CLA 

Clayton, out of a mural coronet or, a 
leopard's paw arg., holding a pellet. 

<•/■ 39- 13 

Clayton, the late Nathaniel, Esquire, of 
East Cliff, Lines, upon the battlements 
of a tower a lion's gamb erect and 
erased ppr., grasping a pellet, encircled 
by a wreath of oak vert. 

Clayton of Enfield, a dove with an olive- 
branch in its beak, all ppr. Quod sors, 
fert, ferinnis. 92. 5 

Clayton, Norf. and Shropsh., a unicorn 
couchant arg., maned, armed, and un- 
gu. or, and under the dexter foot a 
bezant. 

Cleaber, an arm erect vested arg., holding 
in the hand ppr. a chaplet of thorns 
vert. 

Clealand, on a sinister gauntlet in fess 
a falcon, all ppr. cf. 86. 1 3 

Cleasby, Richard Digby, Esquire, of 
Penoyre, Brecon, a mount vert, thereon 
a demi-lion regardant arg., gorged with 
a collar az., charged with three lozenges 
or, holding between them an inescut- 
cheon gu., thereon a whelk arg. Fide 
aed cui vide. 

Cleather, Comw.. a cubit arm vambraced 
holding in the hand gauntleted a dagger 
arg., the blade wavv. cf. 210. 4 

Cleather, G. G., 97, Oxford Gardens, W., 
same crest. 

Cleather a sand-glass gu., mnged arg. 

113. II 

Cleaveland, a greyhound's head sa., 
charged with three bezants, cf. 61. 12 

Cleaver, a lion's garab couped or, holding 
a key sa. cf. 35. I 

Cleavland, a greyhound's head sa., 
charged with three bezants one and 
two. cf. 61. 12 

Cleborne, a wolf's head erased sa. T'l'r- 
tute invidiam vinca^. 30. 8 

Cleborne, a wolf rampant, holding in the 
dexter paw an annulet. Beware. — Nc 
ohlivescaris. cf. 28. 2 

Clebury, Shropsh., a goal's head erased 
sa., armed or. 128. 5 

Clcderow of London, out of a tower arg., 
a demi-lion .sa. 157. 11 

Cleeve, a fox's head erased sa. 33. 8 

Cleave, a hand holding a buclde. 

223. II 

Cleg or Clegg, out of a ducal coronet 
or, a demi-lion rampant, imperially 
crowned, all ppr. cf. 16. 3 

Clegat, an eagle's head erm., ducally 
crowned and beaked or, between two 
wings sa. cf. 84. 2 

Clegg, Harry, Esquire, of Plas Llanfair, 
P.G., Anglesey, in front of a demi-lion 
per fesse nebuly arg. and gu., holding 
in the dexter paw a cross crosslet 
crossed sa., three acorns erect and 
fesseways slipped and leaved ppr. In 
veritate Iriumphn. 244. 14 

Clegg of Allerton, Lanes, an eagle rising 
arg. 76. 13 

Clegg of Little Clegg, Lanes, a griffin's 

head couped. Qui potest capere capiat. 

66. I 

Cleghorn, a cubit arm erect holding in 
the hand a pair of scales equally poised, 
all ppr. 217. 13 

Cleghorn, a dexter hand issuing from a 
cloud in sinister holding a laurel- 
branch, all ppr. Insperata floruit. 

cf. 223. 3 



118 

Cleghorn, an arm in armour embowed, 

throwing a dart ppr. Sublime petimus. 

198. 4 

Cleiland or Cleilland, Scotland, on a 
sinister hand couped and gloved ppr., 
a falcon statant. For sport. — Non 
sihi. 186. 14 

Cleiveland of the Lowe, Lindridge, Worcs., 
the head and neck of an osprey erased 
ppr. 83. 2 

Cleland, Rose-, of Eath-Gael House, Ire- 
land : (i) On a sinister glove a hawk 
ppr. (for Cleland). 86. 12. (2) A rose 
gu., seeded and slipped ppr., between 
two wings erm. (for Rose). For sport. — 
Je prnsc d qui pense plus. cf. 149. 5 

Cleland-Henderson, Major-General John 
William, formerly of Roke Manor, 
Hants: (I) Upon the dexter side, a 
cubit arm erect vested az., the hand 
ppr., grasping a chain, therefrom sus- 
pended an escutcheon arg., charged 
with two estoiles in chief and a cres- 
cent in base gu. (for Henderson). 208. 9. 
(2) Upon the sinister side, a falcon or, 
on a sinister glove ppr. (for Cleland). 
Virtus sola nobilitat. — Non sihi. 86. 12 

Cleland, Scotland, a falcon rising ppr. 
Si je pouvois. 87. i 

Cleland, William Henry, of Rooks Nest, 
Baustead, Surrey, and 34, Brunswick 
Square, Hove, Brighton, on a mount 
vert, a falcon ppr., belled and jessed or, 
between two dexter hands couped at 
the wrist, also ppr. Je pense d qui 
pense plus. 249. 7 

Cleland, on a sinister glove a falcon 
belled ppr. Non sibi. 86. 12 

Cleland, a Moor's head sa., wreathed arg. 
192. 13 

Cleiland, Scotland, a rose gu., leaved and 

stalked vert. Fragrat, deleclat, et sanat. 

149- S 

Cleiland, Scotland, a buck at gaze ppr. 
Ne cedem ijisidiis. 117. 3 

Clement, Ashburnham-, Sir Anchitel 
Piers, Bart., Broomham, Hastings, 
out of a ducal coronet or, an ash-tree 
ppr. Will God, and I shall. 

Clement, Dorset and Devonsh., on a 
mount, vert, a griffin sejant or. 

cf. 62. 10 

Clement, Norf., a lion passant arg., 
guttee-de-sang. 6. 2 

Clement of Lower Clapton, Middx., a lion 
passant arg., guttee-de-sang, gorged 
with a collar and charged on the body 
with two crosses crosslet in fesse gu. 

cf. 6. 2 

Clement, Ireland, a cross moline or. 165. 3 

Clements, Francis Leonard, Esquire, 
same crest. Nil sine Deo. 

Clements, Henry Topham, Esquire, of 
Belmont, East Hothly, Sussex, same 
crest and motto. 

Clements of Rathkenny, Ireland, same 
crest. 165. 3 

Clements, Colonel Henry Theophilus, of 

Ashlield Lodge, Cootehill, Ireland, a 

hawk statant ppr. Patriis virtulibus. 

85. 2 

Clements, Baron, see Leitrim. Earl of. 

Clements, Lucas-, of Rathkenny, co. 
Cavan : (i) A hawk close ppr., belled 
and jessed or (for Clements), cf. 85. 2. 
(2) A demi-griffin arg., beaked and 
membered or (for Lucas). Patriis vir- 
tutibus 64. 2 



CLE 

Clements, William, Burton - on - Trent, 
crest same as the first above, motto as 
above. 

Clements, co. Cavan, a fawn's head erased 
ppr. 124. 3 

Clements, a falcon close. 85. 2 

Clements, a leopard gardaut per pale gu. 
and erm., ducally gorged or. 24. 3 

Clements, Ireland, out of a ducal coronet 
or, a lion's gamb sa., holding a cross 
crosslet titched of the first. 36. 1 1 

Clementson, an arm from the elbow ppr., 
vested paly gu. and or, cuffed counter- 
changed, holding a palm- branch of the 
first. 

Clemsby, a tower ppr. 1 56. 2 

Clench or Clenche, a remdeer's head 



Clench, Su 

an arm erect vested gu., cuffed arg., 
holding in the hand ppr. a club vert, 
spiked of the first. 206. 2 

Clench, E. Payton, Esquire, of 16, Han- 
over Square, London, W., out of a 
Saxon crown or, an arm erect vested 
gu., cuffed arg., holding in the hand 
ppr. a club vert, spiked of the first. 
Tien le droit. 206. 2 

Clendon, a stag's head ppr., between the 
attires a cross pattee arg. 120. 9 

Clent, Worcs., two lion's gambs erect sa., 
holding a chaplet vert, flowered or. 

Clepan, Clephan, and Clephane, Scotland, 
a dexter hand holding a helmet ppr. 
Ul sim pnratior. 217.12 

Clepole, Notts, a fleur-de-lis arg., enfiled 
with a ducal coronet or. 148. i 

Clere, ■ Norf., the sun or, between two 
wings az., on each a crescent of the first. 

Clere, out of an antique Irish crown or, 
five ostrich-feathers arg. Virtute non 
verbis. cf. 114. 13 

Clere, Norf., out of a ducal coronet or, a 
plume of ostrich-feathers arg. 114. 13 

Clere, Norf., a camel's head ducally 
gorged ppr., bridled gu. cf. 132. 9 

Clerk, Sir George Douglas, Bart., J.P., of 
Penic\iik, Edinburgh, a demi-huutsman 
winding a horn ppr. Over the crest. 
Free for a blast ; under the arms, Amat 
victoria curam. 187.12 

Clerk, Robert Mildinay, Esquire, J.P., 
of Westholme, and Charlton House, 
Shepton MaUet, Somers., same crest. 

Clerk, Edmund Hugh, E.5quire, of Bur- 
ford, Shepton Mallet: (i) An ^scu- 
lapius' wand. (2) A huntsman in 
green ppr. (for Cleric). Amat victoria 
curam, and Free for a blast. 

Clerk, Scotland, a dexter arm couped at 
the elbow brandishing a broadsword, 
all ppr. Fortiter uhique. 

Clerk, Scotland, an .Esculapius' rod ppr. 
Sat cito, si sat tuto. 

Clerk, Norf., a demi-forester ppr., on his 
breast a star arg. Amat victoria curam. 

Clerk, an oak-tree fructed ppr. In robore 
decus. 143. 5 

Clerk-Rattray, Lieutenant-General Sir 
James, of Craighall, Rattray. N.B.: (i) 
On the dexter side a star or, and thereon 
a flaming heart ppr. (for Rattray). Super 
sidera votum. And upon the sinister 
side a demi-huntsman winding a horn 
ppr., habited vert. Free for a bla.$t. 

Clerke, a greyhound's head or, charged 
on the neck with a cinquefoil az. 

cf. 61. 4 



CLE 

Gierke, out of a naral coronet or, a Moor's 
head ppr. c/. 192. 6 

Gierke, out of clouds ppr., a hand arg., 
holding a branch vert. cj. 219. 9 

Gierke, Shropsh. and Hants, a wolf's 
head erased per pale arg. and vert. 
Ut prosim aliis. 30. 8 

Gierke, Sir William Francis, Bart., of 
Hitcham, Bucks, a ram's head couped 
ppr. 130. I 

Gierke, a swan ppr. 99. 2 

Gierke, on a partridge ppr., an eagle's 
leg gu., winged at the thigh or. 

Gierke, a pheon arg. 174. 11 

Gierke, an eagle's head erased arg., hold- 

in2 in the beak a branch of laurel vert. 

cf. 85. 2 

Gierke, an arm holding an arrow arg., 
feathered or. 214. 4 

Gierke, a boar's head gu., holding in the 
mouth a sword in bend ppr. cf. 42. 6 

Clerkson of Kirkiton and Mansfield Wood- 
house, Notts, a hand and arm clad in 
complete armour lying fesseways ppr., 
couped below the elbow gu., grasping 
in the gauntlet a aword erect arg., hilt 
and pommel or, on the blade a split 
pennon of the second flotant towards 
the sinister. 

Glermont, Baron, see Carlingford, Baron. 

Glermont, a savage ppr., wxeathed about 
the head and middle with leaves vert, 
standing on a serpent of the last. 

18S. 3 

Glermont, a pole-cat ppr. 135. 13 

Glervaux, Yorks, an eagle displayed ppr. 
75. 2 

Clerveaux-Ghaytor, see Chaytor. 

Clesby, Yorks, a reindeer trippant ppr. 

125. 9 

Glesby, an ensign ppr., his coat gu., 
holding a banner of the last. 188. 6 

Gletherow and Glyderowe, a Roman 
soldier in armour ppr , holding a spear. 



Cleve, a griffin passant with wings ad- 
dorsed, ducally gorged or. 63. 3 

Cleve and Glive of London and Shropsh., 
a wolfs head per pale dancettee arg. 
and sa. 30. 5 

Cleveland, Duke of (formerly Vane) : 
(l) A dexter hand in a gauntlet ppr., 
bossed and ringed or, brandishing a 
dagger, also ppr. {for Vane). (2) On a 
chapeau gu., turned up erm., a lion pas- 
sant gardant or, gorged mth a collar 
componee of the second and az., and 
crowned with a five-leaved ducal coro- 
net of the last (for Fitzroy). Nee 
teinere. nee timide. cf. 4. 2 

Cleveland, Duke and Marquess of, Earl 
of Darlington, Viscount and Baron 
Barnard of Barnard Castle, and Baron 
Baby of Raby Castle, Durh. (His Grace 
the late Sir Harry George Powlett, 
K.G., D.C.L.), a falcon rising or, belled 
of the last and ducally gorged gu. 
Aymes loyaulie. 87. 2 

Cleveland, a demi-old man ppr., vested 
az., with a cap gu., turned up with a 
hair front, holding in his dexter hand 
a spear headed arg., on top thereof a 
line ppr., passing behind him and coiled 
up in his sinister hand. 

Cleveland, a demi-man aflrontee ppr., in 
a military habit gu., with a belt and 
sash, and holding the Union flag ppr. 
187. 9 



119 

Cleveland, a bishop's mitre ppr. 

cf. 180. 5 

Cleveland of Tapley, Devonsh., a cubit 
arm erect, vested az., cuffed arg., hold- 
ing in the hand ppr. a dagger of the 
second, hilt and pommel or. Audaces 
juvat. 

Cleves, two elephants' probosces addorsed 
sa. 123. 10 

Clevland, a hand holding a sword arg., 
hilted and pommelled or. Fortuna 
audacen juvat. 212.13 

Gley, see Clay. 

Cleybroke, out of a ducal coronet or, a 
demi-ostrich arg., with wings displayed 
erm., holding in the beak a horse-shoe 
sa. 96. 8 

Gleypole, out of a ducal coronet or, a 
fleurde-lis arg. cj. 148. 2 

Glibborn, Thomas Strettel, Esquire, of 
Holmesby, Elizabeth Bay, Sydney, 
New South Wales, Australia, and of the 
Castle, Moate, co. Westmeath, Ireland, 
out of a ducal coronet or, a wolf's 
head sa. Virtus vincit invidiam. 

30. & 

Glibborn, out of a ducal coronet a wolf's 
head sa. Virtus vincit invidiam. 

Clifden, Viscount, formerly (Agar- Ellis), a 
female figure naked ppr., her hair flow- 
ing down to her waist. Non haec sine 

Clifden, Viscount (Agar-Robartes), Lan- 
hydrock, near Bodmin a lion rampant, 
or, holding a flaming sword erect ppr., 
pommel and hilt or. Quae supra. 

Cliff, a lion rampant arg. i. 13 

Cliff, William, Esquire, of Claremont, 
West Derby, Lanes, in front of a willow- 
tree ppr., a gryphon's head erased or. 

CUfl-M'GullOch, WiUiam Edward, Es- 
quire, of St. Clare, West Derby, Liver- 
pool, a hand throwing a dart ppr. Vi 
ct animo. 

Gliffe, a griffin passant with wings ad- 
dorsed arg., ducally gorged or. 63. 3 

Clifle, Anthonv. Esquire, "j.P., D.L., of 
Bellevue, co". Wexford, a wolf's head 
erased quarterly per pale indented or 
and sa. In cruce glorior. 30. 8 

Gliffe, Essex and Devonsh., an archer 
ppr., the coat vert, shooting an arrow 
of the first. 188.9 

Gliffe, Glyff, and Glyffe, two lion's paws 
in saltier erased, each holding a seax, 
all ppr. 39. 5 

Clifford, Frederick, Esquire, K.C., of 24, 
Collinghara Gardens, South Kensington, 
S.W., iu front of a demi-infant affrontee 
(representing the infant Hercules) 
grasping in each hand elevated a 
serpent nowed, all ppr. Nee sine labore 
fructus. 

Clifford of Chudleigh, Baron (Clifford), 
Ughbrooke Park, Chudleigh, Devonah., 
out of a ducal coronet or, a demi- 
wyvern rising gu. Semper paratus. 

70. 9 

Clifford, Sir George Hugh Charles, Bart., 
of Flaxbourne, in the province of 
Marlborough, New Zealand, out of a 
ducal coronet a demi-wyvern rising gu. 
Semper paratus. 70. 9 

Clifford, the late Sir Robert Cavendish 
Spencer, Bart., Yeoman Usher of the 
Black Rod, a leopard gardant support- 
ing in his dexter fore-paw a spear erect, 
all ppr. Virtus mille scuta. 



CLI 

Clifford of Perristone, Heref., a griffin 
segreant sa. Semper paratus. 62. 2 

Clifford of Annesley, Wexford, a hand 
ppr., holding a fleur-de-lis or. Dulcis 
amor patriae. cf. 215. 5 

Clifford, Glouc, a dexter hand couped 
in fesse holding a fleur-de-lis. Dulcis 
amor patrim. 221. 9 

Clifford, Henry Francis, of Frampton, 
Glouc, a hand ppr. holding a fleur-de- 
lis or. Dulcis amor patrim. 

cf. 215. 5 

Clifford, Ireland, a dexter hand apaumee 
gu. 222. 14 

Clifford, a talbot's head erased gu., eared 
or. 56. 2 

Clifton of Clifton Hall, Notts: (i) Out 
of a ducal coronet gu., a demi-peacock 
per pale arg. and sa., wings expanded 
and counterchanged (for Clifton). (2) 
A lion sejant gardant winged or, with 
a glory round the head arg., semee of 
crosses pattee gu., and supporting an 
ox-yoke of the first (for Markham). 
Tenez le droit. 

Clifton, George, Claremont, Dryburgh 
Road, Putney, crest same eis first of the 
above. 

Clifton, Juckes-, Bart., Notts, out of a 
ducal coronet gu., a demi-peacock per 
pale arg. and sa., the wings expanded 
counterchanged. Tenez le droit. 

cf. 103. 13 

Clifton, an arm in fess vested az., holding 
in the hand ppr. a hawk arg. 86. 14 

Clifton, Lanes and Yorks, an arm in 
armour embowed ppr., garnished or, 
holding in the gauntlet a sword arg., 
hilted of the second. 195. I 

Clifton-Dicconson, Charles, Esquire, of 
Wrightington Hall, Lanes : ( I ) A be- 
zant, thereon a hind's head vert, erased 
and holding in the mouth a cross 
crosslet fitchee gu. (for Dicconson). (2) 
A dexter arm in armour embowed ppr., 
garnished or, holding in the gauntlet a 
sword in bend sinister, also ppr., hilt 
and pommel or (for Clifton). Adverso 
fortior. 19^. i 

Clifton of Clifton, a dexter arm in armour 
embowed, holding in the hand a sword 
ppr. Mortem aiil triumphum. 195. 2 

Clifton, Augustus Wykeham, Esquire, of 
Warton Hall, Lytham, same crest and 
motto. 

Clifton, John Talbot, Esquire, of Clifton 
and Lytham Hall, Preston, Lanes, same 
crest and motto. 

Clifton-Mogg, William, Brynwern Hall, 
Newbridge-on-Wye, South Wales: (l)A 
cock ppr., about the neck a chain or, 
pendent therefrom an escutcheon arg., 
charged with a crescent gu. (2) Out 
of a ducal crest coronet gu., a demi- 
peacock per pale arg. and sa., the wings 
expanded counterchanged. 

Clifton-Hastings-Campbell, Hon. Gilbert 
Theophilus Clifton: (i) Issuant from 
flames or, an eagle with two heads dis- 
played gu., and in an escroU above. / 
hyde my time. (2) A buU's head erased 
sa., armed and gorged with a coronet 
or (for Hastings). (3) A dexter arm 
embowed in armour, the hand in a 
gauntlet or, grasping a sword arg., 
pommel and hilt or (for Clifton). Truth 
winneth troth. 

Clifton, Baron, see Darnley, Earl. 



Clinch or Clynch, on a hand couped in 
fess, gauntleted, an eagle rising ppr. 

78. 12 
Clinkscales, a dexter arm embowed in 
mail and holding a sword ppr. Manu 
jorti. 

Clinton, Baron (Hepbum-Stuart-Forbes- 
Trefusis) : (i ) In the centre, a gryphon 
sejant, wings elevated or, resting its 
dexter claw on an antique shield arg. 
(for Trejusis). cj. 62. i\. (2) Dexter, 
issuant out of a baron's coronet a 
dexter hand holding a scimitar ppr. 
(jor Forbes), cj. 213. 5. (3) Sinister, 
a dexter hand grasping a sword ppr. 
{for Stuart). Tout vient de Diew.—Ntc 
timide, nee temere. — Avaunt. 212. 13 

Clinton of London, Herts, and Scotland, 
out of a ducal coronet gu., five ostrich- 
feathers arg., banded by a ribbon az. 

c/. 114- 13 

Clinton, De, on a mount a stag feeding, 
all ppr. 116. 9 

Clinton, see Newcastle, Duke of. 

Clippingdale, S. D., Esquire, of 36, Hol- 
land Park Avenue, London, W., a sea- 
horse ppr., holding in its mouth a 
branch of coral gu., and supporting 
an anchor erect and cabled ur. Sapi- 
entia doinus erecta est. 46. 8 

Clipsham, a boar's head couped sa. 
Fortiter. 43- i 

Clitherow, issuing out of a tower arg., a 
demi-lion rampant sa. I57- u 

Clitherow, Colonel Edward John Stracey, 
Boston House, Brentford: (i) Out of 
a tower or, a demi-lion rampant sa. 
(2) A lion rampant erminois, ducally 
crowned and supporting a cross patee 
fitchee gu. 

Clive, Viscount, see Powis, Earl of. 

Clive, see Windsor, Baron. 

Clive, a boar's head erased at the neck 
sa. Credo, ama et regna. 42. 2 

Clive, Percy Archer, of Whitaeld, Heref., 
a griffin passant arg., ducally gorged 
gu. Audacter et sincere. 

Clive, General Edward Henry, of 25, 
Ennismore Gardens, S.W., same crest 
and motto. 

Clive, Lord Clive, Ireland, same crest and 
motto. 

Clive, a horse's head sa., between two 
wings arg. 51. 3 

Clive, a griffin passant with wings ad- 
dorsed arg., langued gu., ducally gorged 
or. Credo, ama et regna. 

Clive, a grifBn wings addorsed arg., 
ducally gorged or. 63. 3 

Clive, a hand holding a buckle or. 223. 11 

Cloake, out of a plume of five ostrich- 
feathers an eagle rising, all ppr. 

cf. 80. 6 

Clobery, Devonsh., a goat's head erased 
sa., attired or. 128. 5 

Clobery of Bradstone, Devonsh., an ante- 
lope's head erased arg. , attired or. 1 26. 2 

Clock or Cloke, a demi'-bear rampant sa. 
34- 13 

Clode, a demi-lion holding a lozenge 
pierced arg. c/. 10. 2 

Cloete, Hendrick, Esquire, of Alphen, 
Wynberg, Cape Colony, and Alphen 
Villa, Pretoria, Transvaal, two javelins 
in pale points upwards, interlaced with 
as many saltireways, banded gu., be- 
tween two wings per fesse arg. and gu. 
Ubi eras. 231. 15 



120 

Clogston, an eagle with wings expanded. 

77- 5 

Clogstoun of London, on a mount ppr., 
a hawk rising, also ppr., belled and 
crowned with an antique crown or, 
and charged on the breast with a rose 
gu. Turris mihi jortis Deus. 

Cloke, Kent, a demi-bear rampant sa. 

34- 13 

Clonbrock, Baron (Dillon), of Clonbrock, 
CO. Galway, Ireland, on a chapeau gu., 
turned up erm., a falcon rising ppr., 
belled or. Auxilium ab alto. cj. 87. i 

Cloncurry, Baron (Lawless), of Cloncurry, 
CO. Kildare, Ireland, out of a ducal 
coronet or, a demi-man in armour in 
profile, his visor closed, holding in his 
dexter hand a sword, all ppr., the hel- 
met adorned with a plume of three 
feathers, the exterior two gu., the 
centre one arg. Virtute el numine. 

Clonmell, Earl of (Scott), Bishop's Court, 

Straffan, co. ICildarc, a buck trippant 

ppr. Fear to transgress. 117. 8 

j Clonmore, Lord, see Wicklow, Earl of. 

I Clopton, Su2., a wolf's head per pale or 

and az. 30. 5 

Close, a garb or. 153.2 

Close, a garb or, pierced transversely by 
a spear ppr., headed arg. Clausus mox 
excelsior. 153. 8 

Close-Brooks, John Brooks, Esquire, 
Banker, of Birtles Hall, Chelford, 
Chesh. : (l) A demi-lion arg., charged 
on the shoulder with a fountain ppr., 
and holding in the paws a harpoon in 
bend sinister, also ppr. (/or Brooks). 
12. 14. (2) A garb or, transfixed by a 
spear fesseways, point to the dexter 
ppr. (for Close). Finem respice. 

I53-8 

Close, Surgeon-Captain Napier, Ravens- 
worth, Chard, 
in the paws 
fidelis. 

Close, Robert Campbell, Esquire, of 
Streyneham, Stanmore, New South 
Wales, a garb arg. Fori is et fidelis. 

153- 2 

Close, Major Maxwell Archibald, of 
Drumbanagher, Armagh, out of an 
Eastern crown a demi-lion vert, holding 
a battle-axe or, headed arg. Fortis et 
fidelis. cj. 15. 4 

Close or Closs, a boar sa., among weeds 
vert. 40. ■; 

Clotworthy, Devonsh., a stag's head erased 
sa., attired and charged on tlie neck 
with two mullets in pale arg., jjii-rcid 
by an arrow or, feathered and headed 
of the second, vulned gu. cj. 121. 2 

Clotworthy, Ireland, a boar passant or. 

40. 9 

Clough of Thorpe Stapleton, Yorks, a 
demi-lion rampant erm., holding be- 
tween the paws a battle-axe, the handle 
sa.. headed arg. 15-4 

Clough of Plas Clough, Denbighsh. : (i) 
A demi-lion rampant az., holding in 
the dexter paw a sword arg., pommel 
and hilt or (for Clough). 281. 7. (2) 
An arm embowed, vested az., with a 
ruffle of point lace arg., holding in the 
hand ppr. a covered cup or (for Butler). 
Sine macula macla. 281. 8 

Clough, Lloyd-, Wales : ( i ) A demi-lion 
rampant az., holding in the dexter paw 
a sword erect arg., hilt and pommel or 



CLU 

(for Clough). 14. 12. (2) A hart trip- 
pant arg., attired or, holding in the 
mouth a snake vert (jor Lloyd). Sine 
macula macla. cj. 117. 8 

Clough-Taylor, Edward Harrison, Es- 
quire, of Firby Hall, Yorks, a leopard 
passant per pale ppr. and erm., tlie 
dexter paw resting on a shield of the 
arms, i.e., a shield erm. on a pale 
engrailed sa., three lions passant or. 

Clough-Taylor, Horatio George, same 
crest. 

Clough, Walter Owen, Esquire, upon a 
mount vert, in front of a battle-axe 
erect sa., a leopard's face jessant-de- 
lis or. 

Cloun and Clun, a chevalier in armovir 
ppr., holding in his dexter hand a 
marshal's baton arg., tipped sa. 18S. 7 

Cloun and Clune, a wolf collared and 
lined holding in the dexter paw a 
trefoil, all ppr. 

Clove, a camel's head couped or. 132. 7 

Clovel or Clovell, a bull passant gu. cj. 45.2 

Clover, George Robert, Esquire, of Ramie, 
Birkenhead, Chesh., a camel's head 
erased or, charged with three trefoils 
slipped in pale sa., and holding in the 
mouth a like trefoil. 



Ut 



inclo 
verbo ligitur. 300. 6 

Clovile, Clovell, Clovyle, and Clonvyle, 
Essex, an ostrich arg., holding in its 
beak a scroll with this motto. All is 
in God. Another : A demi - ostrich 
arg., with wings expanded, holding in 
its beak a nail or. cf. 97. 2 

Clowberry, a goat's head erased arg., 
armed or. 128. 5 

Clowes of London and Warw., a demi-lion 
vert, ducally crowned or, holding a 
battle-axe of the last, headed arg. 15.4 

Clowes, a demi-lion vert, crowned. Quod 
tuum tene. 

Clowes, Henry Arthur, Norbury, Ash- 
borne, a demi-lion vert, crowned. 
Quod tuum tene. 

Clowes, William, Esquire, of 51, Glouces- 
ter Terrace, Hyde Park, London, W.. 
a demi-lion rampant vert, ducally 
crowned, holding in the dexter paw a 
battle-axe in bend sinister or, and rest- 
ing the sinister paw on an escutcheon 
arg., charged with a crescent az. 

Clown, a chevalier in armour ppr., hold- 
ing in his dexter hand a tilting-spear 
with a pennon unfolded. cj. 188. 2 

Clud and Cludde, a bull's head per 
chevron gii. and erm. cj. 44. 3 

Cludde, Shropsli., an eagle with wings 

expanded ppr., preying on a coney arg. 

79. 6 

Cludde of Cluddeley and Orleton, Shroph., 
a hawk ppr., belled or, preying on a 
grey coney, also ppr., vulned in the 
head gu. 

Cluff, Richard, Esquire, J.P., of Kildress 
House, Cookstown, co. Tyrone, a 
dexter arm in armour embowed 
holding in the hand a sword, all ppr. 
Fide et jortitudine. 

Clulow, Yorks, on a garb in fess a lion 
passant gardant. 5-12 

Clulow of Echingham, Sussex, a mount 
vert, thereon a demi-hon az., fretty 
arg., collared or, holding in the dexter 
paw an olive-branch vert, and support- 
ing with the sinister a pillar of stone 
ppr. 



CLU 

Clun and Clune, see Cloune. 

Clun, a wolf collared and lined holding 

in the dexter paw a trefoil ppr. 
Clunie, Scotland, a sand-glsiss winged. 

113. n 
Clunie, Scotland, a tree ppr. i43- 5 

Clutterbuck, out of a ducal coronet a 

hand holding a rose slipped and leaved, 

all ppr. 218. II 

Clutterbuck of Eastington, Glouc, a buck 

statant arg., between two laurel- 



thumb., same crest. 

Clutterbuck of London, Middx., and 
Wilts, a buck sejant gu., between two 
laurel-branches ppr. 

Glutton, Heref., on a mount vert the 
stump of a tree, thereon an owl, all 
ppr. 

Glutton of Charlton Hall, Chester, a cock 
or. 91. 2 

Glutton-Brock, ■lee Brock. 

Clyde, Baron (Campbell), on a mural 
crown a swan sa. Be mindful, cf. 99. 2 

Clyderowe and Gletherow, a Roman sol- 
dier in complete armour with a spear, 
all ppr. 188. 4 

Clyfl and Glyffe, sue Cliffe. 

Clynch, a camel's head per fesa or and 
az. 132. 7 

Clynch, see Clinch. 

Clyncke, a lion's head royally crowned, 
all ppr. 

Clyplesby and Clypsby, a bull passant sa., 
plattee. cf. 45. 2 

Clyve, see Clive and Cleve. 

Coach of London, a gauntlet erect or, the 
hand clenched, from the fingers blood 
dropping gu. 

Coach, a stag sejant gu., attired or, be- 
tween two laurel-branches vert. 

Coachman of London, a demi-lion ram- 
pant sa., crusily and holding between 
the paws a cinquefoil arg. cf. 10. 2 

Coakley, a lion passant or, holding in the 
dexter paw an eagle's leg erased gu. 

cf. 6. 2 

Coane, Scotland, a lily ppr. 151. 2 

Coape, a dexter hand holding a sword 



erect ppr 

, fleur-de-lis arg. 
Goape-Arnold, Henry Eraser James 



Coape, a 1 



148. 



i|uire, of Wolvey Hall, near Hinckley, 
and Goldhanger, Essex, a demi-tiger 
regardant sa., bezantee, maned and 
tusked, and holding between his paws 
a pheon or. Ut vivas vigila. 

Coates of Eastwood, co. Down, Ireland, 
on a mount vert, a cock ppr., combed, 
wattled, and legged gu., and charged 
with a mullet of the last. Vigilans ct 
audax. cf. 91. 2 

Coates of Whitton, Radnorsh., upon a 
mount vert, a greyhound couchant arg., 
collared and lined or, resting the dexter 



paw on a rose gu. 



Est voluntas Dei. 



Coates or Coats, a swan's head between 
two wings arg. loi. 6 

Coates or Cotes, a cock gu., combed, 
wattled, and legged or. qi. 2 

Coats or Cotes, Yorks and Shropsh., a 
cock ppr., combed, wattled, and legged 



gu. 



91. 2 



Coats or Cotes, an arm erect couped 
below the elbow, vested paly of six or 
and az., cuffed arg., holding in the 
hand a covered cup or. 



Coats, a hand holding a helmet ppr. 
Qiio paratior. 217. 12 

Goats or Cotes, Ireland, two lions' gamba 
erased supporting a crescent. 39. 6 

Coats or Cotes, Ireland, a cock ppr. 
Watcli/ul and bold 91. 2 

Coats or Cotes, Scotland, an anchor ppr. 
Be firm. i6r. i 

Coats, Peter, Esquire, Thread Manufac- 
turer, of 5, Garthland Place, Paisley, 
an anchor cabled and erect ppr. Be 
firm. 161. 2 

Coats, James, Esquire, of Ferguslie 
House, Paisley, N.B., same crest and 
motto. 

Coats, Glen-, Sir Thomas Glen, Bart., 
formerly Thomas Coats of Ferguslie, 
Paisley, same crest and motto. 

Goats, James Monro, Esquire, 26, Upper 
Brook Street, London, W., an anchor 
gu. and in an escroU. Be firm. 275.8 

Cobb, an elephant passant or. Virtutis 
stemmata. cf. 133. 9 

Cobb, Kent, out of a ducal coronet or, a 
demi-leopard rampant ppr. 

Cobb, Norf., a swan's head or, holding in 
the beak a iish. 

Cobb of Yarmouth, a duck's head erased 
or, holding in its beak a herring collared 
arg. 

Cobb, a shoveller sa., beaked and legged 
or. 

Cobb and Cobbe, Ireland, a dexter hand 
per fess gu. and or, brandishing a 
scimitar ppr. 213. I 

Cobbe of Swaraton, Hants, and of New- 
bridge, CO. Dublin, out of a ducal coro- 
net or, a pelican's head arg., vulning 
herself gu. Mortens cano. — In sanguine 
vita. cf. 98. 2 

Cobbe, Lieutenant-General Alexander 
Hugh, C.B., of Army and Navy Club, 
out of a ducal coronet gu., a pelican's 
head and neck vulning itself ppr. In 
sanguine vita, and below the arms. 
Mortens cano. 

Cobbe, Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Augus- 
tus, of Farnleigh, Baldwin's Hill, East 
Grinstead, same crest and mottoes. 

Cobben, Cobbin, Gobbyn, Cobenn, and 
Cobyn, on a garb in fess a lion passant 
gardant. 5. 12 

Cobbes, a shoveller sa. 

Cobbett, Middx., a bird rising or, pellettee, 
holding in the beak a sprig of laurel 
ppr. 94. I 

Cobbold, a thunderbolt ppr. 174. 11 

Gobbold of Ipswich, a lion passant gar- 
dant or. Rebus augustis fortis. 4. 3 

Cobbold, C. Spencer, the Elms, Bath- 
easton, Bath, same crest. Defendo et 
repungo. 

Cobbold, John Dupuis, the Holywells, 
Ipswich, same crest. 

Gobham, Viscount, iie Lyttleton. 

Cobham, Lord Cobham, a Saracen's head 
ppr., wreatlied about the temples or 
and gu. 190. 5 

Cobham, Kent, an old man's head in 
profile couped at the shoulders ppr., 
with a long cap gu., turned up arg., 
frettysa., a button at the top or. 192. 2 

Cobham, Charles, Esquire, the Shrub- 
bery, Gravesend, an old man's head 
in profile couped at the shoulders ppr., 
on the head a cap gu., turned up arg., 
fretty sa., buttoned upon the top or. 
(Scire, sapere, facere. 192. 2 



coc 

Cobham, Alexander William, Shinfield 
Manor, near Reading, same crest. 
Concordia. 

Cobham, a dexter hand holding a dagger 
point downwards ppr. 

Cobham, a hind's head arg., crowned with 
a palisado coronet or. 

Cobham, Herts, a demi-lion rampant or. 
10. 2 

Goblegh, Cobleigh, and Cobley, an arm 
in armour embowed in fess, the elbow 
on the wreath, holding in the hand a 
sceptre, all ppr. 196. g 

Goblegh, Cobleigh, Coboleche, and Cob- 
ligh, a cock's head erased gu., combed, 
wattled, and guttee-d'or, holding in the 
beak a laurel-branch arg. 

Cobley, a swan's neck with two heads 
ppr., guttee-de-poix, holding in each 
beak a cross crosslet (itchee arg. 

Cobyn, Cobben, Cobbin, Cobbenn, and 
Coblyn, on a garb fesseways a lion 
passant gardant. 5. 12 

Cochet, a talbot passant sa., spotted arg. 
54. I 

Cochran, a spear's head and a garb in 
saltire ppr. Armis et industria. 

Cochran, -Alexander, Esquire, of Balfour, 
Aberdeen, a black horse passant ppr. 
Virtute et labore. 294. 1 1 

Cochran-Patrick, Neil Kennedy, Esquire, 
of Woodside, Beith, N.B. : (i) A hand 
ppr., holding a saltire sa. {for Patrick). 
(2) A horse trotting sa., crined and 
ungu. or (for Cochran). Ora et lahora, 
and Virtute it labore. 

Cochrane, Earl of Dundonald, see Dun- 
donald. 

Gochrane-Baillie, Baron Lamington, see 
Laraington. 

Cochrane or Cochran, Scotland, a horse 
passant arg. 52. 6 

Cochrane, John Richard, Esquire, of 
Calder Glen, Lanarksh., a white horse 
passant ppr. Dominc in virtute tua. 

294. II 

Cochrane or Cochran, a hand issuing 
from a cloud raising a garb. 

223. 12 

Cochrane or Cochran, Scotland, a dexter 
hand holding a human heart ppr. 
Concordia vincii. 216. 9 

Cochrane or Cochran, Scotland, a stag at 

gaze ppr., attired gu. Vigilante solus. 

1 17- 3 

Cochrane or Cochran, Scotland, a grey- 
hound current arg. Virtute et labore. 
cf. 58. 2 

Cochrane, Sir Henry, J.P., D.L., of Wood- 
brook, near Bray, co. Dublin, in front 
of two tilting-spears in saltire a bay- 
horse passant, all ppr. Virtute et 
Lahore. 236. 9 

Cochrane, Thomas Belhaven Henry, Es- 
quire, of Carisbrooke Castle: (i) (of 
augmentation) Issuing out of a naval 
crown or, a de.xter arm embowed, vested 
az., cuffed arg., the hand holding a 
flagstaff ppr. thereon hoisted a flag of 
a rear-admiral of the White, being arg., 
a cross gu., and thereon the words " St. 
Domingo " in letters of gold. (2) A 
horse passant arg. 294. 11 

Cock, Norf., an ostrich gu., ducaUy gorged 
and holding in the beak a horse-shoe 
or. 97- I 

Cock, on the stump of a tree ppr., a cock 
gu. cf. 91. 2 



Cock or Cocks, a chevalier on horseback 
brandishing a sword, all ppr. 

189. 10 

Cock, Northumb. and Scotland, a cock 
ppr. 91. 2 

Cock and Cocke, a cock arg., combed and 
wattled gu. 91. 2 

Cock, Herts, an ostrich holding in the 
beak a horse-shoe, all ppr. 97. 8 

Cock, Harold, Ridgebourne, Shrewsbury, 
in front of the stump of an oak-tree, 
one branch sprouting from the dexter 
side and fructed ppr., thereon a cock or, 
holding in the beak a sprig of oak, five 
mascles conjoined fessewise of the 
second. Talent de bien fairc. 

Cock, the late Alfred, Esquire, of 8, Ken- 
sington Park Gardens, London, W., 
same crest and motto. 

Cockain, Cockayn, Cockayne, Cokaine, 
and Cockayne, a cock's head erased gu., 
crested and jelloped sa. Virtus in 
arduis. 90. 3 

Cockburn, a cock ppr. qi. j 

Cockburn or Cockburne, Scotland, a 
cock gu. In dubiis constans. qi. 2 

Cockburn, 1 Hon. Sir John Alexander. 
K.CM.G., M.D. (London). 10, Gate- 
stone Road, Upper Norwood, a cock 
crowing ppr. 91. 2 

Cockburn, Bart, of that Hk, Scotland, a 
cock crowing. Accendit caniu. — Vigi- 
lans et audax. gi. 2 

Cockburn, Admiral the late Sir George, 
6.C.B. : (i) Out of a naval crown or, 
two arms embowed, the dexter vested 
az., holding a pike erect ppr., the 
sinister habited gu., supporting the 
upper part of a musket with a bayonet 
fixed, also ppr. (2) A cock ppr. hn. — 
VigHans et audax. 91. 2 

Cockburn, Scotland, a, cock's head ppr. 
/ rise with the morning. cf. 90. i 

Cockburn-CampbeU, Bart.: (i) A dexter 
hand holding a scimitar ppr. Over is 
the motto, " WitlwiU fear ' {for Camp- 
bell). (2) A cock ppr. {/or Cockburn). 
Motto below the shield, " Forward." 

213- ■; 

Cockbum-Hood of Stainrigg House, 
Coldstream, N.B., a demi - archer 
clothed and accoutred ppr. Sivift and 
sure. — Olim sic erat. 

Cockburn, on a rock ppr., a leopard sejant 
per fess or and gu. 24. 1 2 

Cockburn, Scotland, a dexter arm hold- 
ing a broken spear in bend ppr. Press 
through. 214. 10 

Cockburn, Surrey, a horse's head arg., 
bridled gu. Quo duxeris adsum. 

51- 5 

Cocke, a dexter hand couped, holding a 
dagger in pale, all ppr. 212. 9 

Cocke, Scotland, a lion's gamb holding a 
sceptre in pale, all ppr. cf. 38. 7 

Cocke, a bear's head arg., crowned or. 

Cockeine, Kent, on a mural coronet arg., 
a cock of the same, beaked, barbed, 
and membered gu. cf. 91. 2 

CockeU, on a mural coronet or, a cock 
gu., semce of roundles, resting the 
dexter claw on an escallop, and holding 
in the beak a sprig of laurel ppr. 

Cocker, Lines, a lion couchant gardant 
erm. 7. jq 

Cockerham of Hillersdon and CoUumpton, 
Devonsh., a cubit arm erect holding in 
the hand ppr. an anchor erect sa. 



122 

Cockerel!, Glouc, within a crescent az., 

a tiger's face ppr., crowned with an 

Eastern crown or. 22. 6 

Cockerel], between two wings a lion's 

face ppr. 21. 4 

Cockerell, a Roman fasces ppr. 171. 4 

Cockerith, a fire beacon ppr. 177. 14 

Cockes, a hand holding a lion's gamb 

erased ppr. 220. 10 

Cocket, Herts, a man's head in profile 

couped at the shoulders ppr., vested 

vert, the collar or, on the head a cap 

bendy wavy of the last and az., turned 

up, indented sa. 

Cockett, a poplar-tree ppr. 144. 12 

Cockett of Hadsor and Droitwich, Worcs., 

a man's head in profile couped below 

the shoulders ppr., on the head, upon a 

wreath arg. and sa., a cap bendy wavy 

Cockfield, an eagle with winga addorsed, 
preying on a tortoise. 79. 8 

Cocktield or Cokefield, on the stump of 
a tree an eagle with wings addorsed 
ppr. 79. 12 

Cockle, a talbot passant gu., collared 
arg. cf. 54. I 

Cockman, a demi-eagle displayed sa. 

8:. 6 

Cockram, George Edward, 15, Addison 
Road, W., a demi-lion rampant arg., 
holding in the dexter paw a cross 
crosslet fitchee gu. Fuimus. 

Cockram, issuing out of clouds a cubit 
arm holding an anchor erect, the 
flukes upward ppr. 

Cockram, a tree ppr. 143-5 

Cockrell, a leopard's face ppr. 22. 2 

Cockridge, a cock ppr. 91. 2 

Cockridge, a cock crowing ppr. 91. 2 

Cocks, Earl Somers, see Somers. 

Cocks, a cock ppr. 91. 2 

Cocks, a hind's head erased, collared. 

cf. 124. 5 

Cocks, Worcs., a buck lodged ppr. 1 1 5. 7 

Cocks, Glouc. and Suff., on a mount vert, 
a stag lodged arg., attired sa. 1 15. 12 

Cocks, John James Thomas Somers, 
Esquire, of 2, Fawcett Street, Earl's 
Court, S.VV., on a mount vert, a stag 
lodged and regardant arg., attired and 
ungu. sa. 

Cocks, a chevalier on horseback in ar- 
mour, brandishing a sword, all ppr. 

189. 10 

Cocksedge, a cock gu., holding in the 
beak a violet ppr. cf. 91. 2 

Cocksey, a tiger's head couped sa., 
charged on the neck with a cinquefoil 
between two bars or. 

Cocksey, a bishop's mitre ppr. cf. 180. 5 

Cocksey, on a garb in fess a cock ppr. 

91. 4 

Cockshutt, Lanes and Shropsh., a demi- 
griffin sa. 64. 2 

Cockshutt, Herts, a demi-griffin arg., 

gorged with a collar gu., guttee-d'eau. 

cf. 64. 2 

Cockworthy and Cookworthy, a cock gu. 
91. 2 

Codd, Norf., a heron's head erased ppr. 

104. II 

Codd or Codde, England and Ireland, a 
hawk's leg erased, belled ppr. 113. 8 

Codd, a physician's cap sa., tufted or. 

180. 7 

Codd or Codde, a square fort with four 
towers ppr. 155-4 



COF 

Codd, a sea-pie ppr. 

Codd, a lion rampant gorged with a 
mural coronet and charged with two 
torteaux. cf. i. 13 

Codd of Kensington. Middx., on a mount 
vert, a lion rampant arg., pellettee, 
gorged with a mural crown gu., hold- 
ing between the fore-paws an annulet 
or, the dexter hind-paw resting on a 
pellet. 

Codd or Codde, Ireland, a lion's head 
erased holding in the mouth a sinister 
hand ppr. 21. 2 

Coddington, Sir William, Bart., of Wy- 
collar, Blackburn, in front of a boar's 
head erased or, fretty sa., a trefoil 
slipped vert. Nil desperanduin. 

Coddington and Codinton, on a chapeau 
an eagle, wings expanded and inverted. 



ppr. 



Coddington, Ireland, a hand holding a 
sword ppr. 212. 13 

Coddington of Oldbridge, Ireland, a 

wolf's head erased or, charged with a 

trefoil slipped ppr. Nil desperandum. 

cf. 30. 8 

Codenham, a lion's head erased or, 
langued az., charged on the neck with 
three trefoils slipped vert. cf. 17. 8 

Codham, the same crest. 

Codrington, .-Admiral the late Sir Edward, 
G.C.B., out of a naval coronet or, the 
sails arg., inscribed on the band in 
black letters, " Navarin," the three 
naval flags of the allied Powers in that 
action, viz., Russia arg., a saltire az., 
England the union-jack, and France a 
I white flag, the staves ppr. Vultus in. 
host em. 

Codrington, Sir Gerald, Bart., of Dod- 
ington, Glouc, out of a ducal coronet 
or, a dragon's head couped gu. between 
two dragons' wings chequy or and az- 
Immersibilis est vera virtus. 

Codrington, Col. .\lfred Edward, of 
1 10, Eaton Square, London, S.W., 
same crest and motto. Ytdtu-s in hostem. 

Codrington, Sir Gerald William Henry, 
Bart., J.P., of Dodington Park, 
Glouc, same crest. Immersabilis est 
vera virtu^s. 

Coe, two swords in saltier ppr., sur- 
mounted by a cross crosslet fitched sa. 
166. 14 

Coe, a martlet sa. Prcesto et persto. 

95- 5 

Coe, Norf., an arm in armour embowed 
ppr., holding in the hand a chaplet 
vert. 199. 12 

Coe, a crane supporting with the dexter 
claw an anchor, all ppr. 105. 10 

Coe, a demi-eagle with two heads dis- 
played, cf. 82. I 

Coesvelt, a demi-lion rampant gu., behind 
and above the latter a demi-hind salient 



Coey, Sir Edward, of Belfast, in front of 
a flagstaff ppr., the flag flowing to the 
sinister arg., and charged with a sinister 
hand gu., a greyhound courant, also 
arg. Droit en avant. 

Coflleld, on a cross fleury fitched gu.. 
between two wings or, a crescent of 
the last. cf. 166. 8 

Coffin, a camel's head erased or, bridled, 
lined, ringed, and gorged with a dacal 
coronet sa. In tempestate floreaco. 

132- 9 



COF 

Coffin, Bart., on the stem of a ship or, 
a pigeon with wings addorsed arg., 
holding in the beak a laurel-sprig vert. 
Extant rede jactis prcemia. 

Coffin, a long cross sa. 165. 4 

Coffin, Pine-, John, of PortIedge,Devonsh.: 

(I) A martlet az., charged on the breast 

with two bezants, cf. 95. 4. (2) A 

pine-tree ppr. In tempestate floresco. 

144- 13 

Coffin, Isaac Tristram, Esquire, of Mag- 
dalen Islands, British North America, 
the stern of a man-of-war or, thereon a 
hooded dove, wings elevated, and in 
the bill a branch of olive ppr. (a mullet 
for difference.) Extant recte jactis 
■pramia. 

Coffy of LynaUy, King's Co., Ireland, 
a man riding on a dolphin ppr. Non 
provideniia sed victoria. cf. 189. 12 

Coflyn, a martlet or, between two cinque- 
foils arg., stalked and leaved ppr. 

cf. 95. 2 

Cogan, a lion's head erased gu., semee of 
mullets of six points or. cf. 17. 2 

Cogan or Coggan, a talbot passant, col- 
lared and lined. Conslans fidei. 54. 5 

Cogan, William Henry Ford, M.A., J.P., 
of 'Tinode, 00. Wicklow, Ireland, a 
talbot passant ppr., collared and 
chained or, charged on the shoidder 
with a cross bottony gu. Constans 
fidei. cf. 54. 5 

Cogger, an arm in armour embowed 
holding in the hand a club, all ppr. 

199. 6 

Coggeshall, Sufi., a stag lodged sa., 
attired or. II5- 7 

Coggs of London, out of a mural coronet 
az., a griffin's head or, charged with a 
cog sa. cf. 67. 10 

CogUU, a cock ppr. Dum vivo canto. 

Coghill of Coghill, Yorks and Oxon., a 
cock with wings addorsed erm. c/. 9 1 . 7 

Coghill, Sir John JosceljTi, Bart., D.L., 
of Coghill, Yorks, on a mount vert, a 
cock with wings expanded or, beaked, 
combed, and wattled gu., charged on 
the breast with a bezant. iYo« dormit 
qui custodit. cf. 91 2. 

Coghill, Percy de Geiger, 4, Sunnyside, 

Princes Park, Liverpool, a cock with 

wings expanded ppr. Dum vivo canto. 

298. 4 

Coghlan or Coghlen, a fret or. 165. 10 

Coghlan, Ireland, a demi-lion rampant 
ducally crowned, holding in the dexter 
paw a sword, all ppr. cf. 14. 12 

Coghlan, in a ducal coronet or, a mount 
vert, thereon a tower arg., 
therefrom an arm embowed in 
the hand grasping a scimitar, both also 
ppr. Unione minima vigent. 

Coghlan, Major-General Sir William 
Marcus, Knight Commander of the 
Most Honourable Order of the Bath, 
out of an Irish crown or, an arm em- 
bowed in armour ppr., charged with 
a bomb tired sa., the hand grasping 
a scimitar, both also ppr. Fortis in 
arduis. 

Coghlan, late William Mant Hay, Es- 
quire, of 19, Redcliffe Square, S.W., 
out of an Irish crown or, an arm em- 
bowed in armour ppr., charged with a 
bomb fired sa. Fortis in arduis. 

Cobam of Coham and Dunsland, Devonsh., 
in front of a plume of five ostrich- 



123 

feathers arg., two cross crosslets fitched 
in saltire az. Fuimus et sub Deo eri- 
mus. 

Coham-FIemlng, John Blyth, Esquire, of 
Coham, near Highampton. Devonsh. : 
(I) A goat's head erased ppr., collared 
or (for Fleming), cf. 128. 7. (2) In 
front of a plume of five ostrich-feathers 
arg., two cross crosslets fitchee in 
saltire az. {for Coham). Let the deed 
show.—Fuimus et sub Deo erimus. 

Cohen, a bear's head couped sa., muzzled 
gu- 34- 14 

Cohen, Samuel, Esquire, of Park Place, 
Brixton, London, S.W., a demi-lion 
issuant barry of eight arg. and gu., 
holding in the dexter paw an acorn 
sUpjied ppr. 12. 3 

Cohn, Maurice, Esquire, of 21, Grosvenor 
Place, S.W., and the Range, Shep- 
perton, Middx., upon a mount vert, a 
lion rampant or, holding between the 
fore-paws a torch fired ppr. between 
two maple-leaves of the first. Lux 
dei ibi solus. 

Coin, two wings expanded. 109. 6 

Cokaine and Cokayne, see Cookain. 

Cokayne, George Edward, Esquire, M.A., 
F.S.A., of Exeter House, Rowhampton, 
Clarenceux King of Arms, a cock's 
head erased gu., beaked, crested, and 
jeUoped sa. 90. 3 

Ookayne-Cust, Henry John, Esquire, of 
Cockayne Hatley, Beds, Belton 
House, Grantham, 8, Carlton House 
Terrace, S.W. : (i) A lion's head 
erased sa., collared paly wavy of six 
arg. and sa. (for Cu9t).' (2) A cock's 
head erased gu., beaked, crested, and 
jelloped sa. Esse quam videri. 

Cokayne-Frith, Colin, Esquire, Highfield, 
Canterbury, above a grove of trees 
ppr., the sun in splendour or. Virtus 

Coke, Earl ot Leicester, and Viscount 

Coke, see Leicester. 
Coke, a dexter hand couped holding a 

dagger in pale ppr. 212. 9 

Coke, the sun in splendour or. 162. 2 
Coke, Colonel William Langton, 30, 

Nevern Square, S.W., same crest. Non 

aliunde pendere. 
Coke of Brookhill Hall, Derbysh., same 

crest and motto. 162. 2 

Coke, Edward Beresford, Esquire, same 

crest and motto. 
Coke, Francis Sacheverell, of the Priory, 

Titley, same crest and motto. 
Coke, Major-General John Talbot, of 

Trusley Manor, Derbysh., same crest 

and motto. 
Coke of Lower Moor House, Heref., same 

crest and motto. 
Coke, Norf., on a chapeau az., an ostrich 

ppr., holding in the beak a horse-shoe 

or. 97- 13 

Coke, William H., M.R.C.S., 17, High 

Street, Ashford, Kent, same crest. 

Prudens qui paiiens. 
Cokeningham, Yorks, a goat's head 

erased arg. 128. 5 

Coker, Dorset, a Moor's head aiirontee 

pijr., couped at the shoulders, wreathed 

arg. and gu. 192. 4 

Coker, Dorset, a Moor's head in profile 

sa., wreathed arg. and gu. 192. 13 

Coker of Bicester, Oxon., same crest. 

Fiat justitia. 192- 13 



COL 

Cokerith, a fire-beacon ppr. 177. 14 

Cokes, a hand holding a lion's gamb 
erased ppr. 220. 10 

Cokeseged and Cocksedge, a cock gu., 
holding in the beak a violet ppr. 

cf. 91. 5 

Cokfeld, out of a ducal coronet a Uou's 
gamb. 36. 12 

Cokyll, a talbot passant gu., collared arg. 
<^l- 54- 5 

Colbarne, out of a ducal coronet or, a 
stag's head erased arg., attired of the 
first. Seur et loyal. cf. 120. 7 

Colbatch, Middx., a dexter arm embowed, 
habited per pale dancettee vert and 
az., cuffed erm., holding in the hand 
a pine-apple downwards slipped and 
leaved ppr. 

Colbeck, Beds, on a chapeau gu., turned 
up erm., a lion's head erased or, pel- 
lettee. 17-9 

Colbey, an arm in armour embowed ppr., 
garnished or, holding in the gauntlet 
a sword, also ppr. 195. i 

Colborne, Baron Seaton, sec Seaton. 

Colborne, Baron (Ridley-Colbourne) : (i) 
A stag's head couped ppr., gorged with 
a ducal coronet, and pendent there- 
from a bugle stringed gu. (for Colborne). 
(2) A bull passant gu. (for Ridley). 
Constans fidei. cf. 45. 2 

Colborne, Somers. and Wilts, out of a 
ducal coronet or, a reindeer's head 
arg., attired of the first. 122. 3 

Colborne, George F., Cefn Pare, Newport, 
Monm., same crest. Vnita vis fortior. 

Colbran, Kent, a stag's head erased or. 
Quod sors fert ferimus. 121. 2 

Colbrand, Sussex, a tiger sejant arg., 
maned or. 27. 6 

Colbroke, Colebrook, and Colebrock, a 
spear in pale ppr. 175-9 

Colburn, out of a ducal coronet an ante- 
lope's head erased. cf. 126. 2 

Colby, an arm in armour embowed ppr., 
garnished or, holding in the gauntlet 
a dagger ppr., hilt and pommel or. 

cf 196. 5 

Colby, an arm in armour embowed ppr., 
garnished or, holding in the gauntlet 
a scimitar, all ppr. cf. 196. 10 

Colby or Coleby, an arm in armour em- 
bowed ppr., garnished or, holding in 
the gauntlet a broken sword arg., hilt 
and pommel gu., embrued ppr. 

Colby, Frederic Clarence Coplestone, 
Esquire, A.K.C., on a WTeath of the 
colours or and az., and between two 
palm-branches, a dexter arm embowed 
in armour, the hand in a gauntlet 
grasping a broken sword, aU ppr., and 
suspended from the hand a palmer's 
scrip or. Non omnis frangar. 

196. 2 

Colby, Rev. Samuel Reynolds, A.K.C., 
same crest and motto. 

Colchester, Baron (Abbot), of Colchester, 
Essex, out of a ducal coronet or, a 
unicorn's head erm., armed, crined, 
and tufted of the first, between six 
ostrich-feathers arg., quilled gold. Deo 
patrice amicis. — Ferseverando. 

Colchester of London and Warw., a demi- 
lion ppr., holding between the paws an 
etoile gu. cf. lO. 2 

Colchester- Wemyss, Magnard Willoughby, 
Westbury Court, Westbury-on-Severn, 
a swan ppr. 



COL 

Colcleugb, a lion passant gardant or, 
collared gu., holding an anchor sa. 

cj. 5. 10 

Colclough, see Biddulph-Colclouah. 

Colclough or Colcloughe, a hind's head 
ppr., vulned gu. 1 24. i 

Colclough, staffs, a demi-eagle displayed 
sa., ducally gorged or. c/. 81. 2 

Colclough, Rosborough-, of Tintem 
Abbey, co. We.xford, Ireland: (I) A 
demi-eagle displayed sa., gorged with 
a ducal coronet or [jor Colclough). cj. 
81. 2. (2) On a dexter hand in fess 
a dove clo.se with a branch of olive 
in his beak, all ppr. (for Rosborough). 
God is my shield. — His calcabo gentes. 

Colde and Colfe, in flames of fire ppr., a 
ram arg., armed or. c/. 131. 13 

Coldham of Midhurst, Sussex, a dragon's 
head gu., pierced with a spear or, 
headed arg. 72. 10 

Coldham of Anmer Hall. Norf., a griffin's 
head erased gu., transfi.xed with an 
arrow arg. 66. 13 

Coldham-Fussell, James Cecil, Esquire, 
of Hodnet, Falcon Street, St. 
Leonard's, New South Wales, between 
two laurel-branches ppr., a fusil or, 
charged with a cross flory sa. Am. 

147- 13 

Coldicott, a dexter hand ppr., holding a 
billet gu. Sum quod sum. 215. i 

Coldstream, Scotland, a swan naiant %vith 
wings addorsed. Live in hope. 99. 9 

Cole, Earl o( EnniskiUen, and Viscount 
Cole, see EnniskiUen. 

Cole, Northumb., an arm erect ppr., hold- 
ing in the hand a scorpion sa. 220. i 

Cole of Holybourne, Hants, a naked 
arm holding in the hand a scorpion 
ppr., armed or. Deum cole regem serva. 
— Esto quod esse videris. 220. i 

Cole, Clayton-, Alfred, of 64, Portland 
Place, same crest. Fide et fiducia. 

Cole, a bull current winged. 

Cole of London, a bull's head couped sa. 
c/- 44- 3 

Cole, out of a ducal coronet or, a bull's 
head gu., armed of the first. 44. 11 

Cole, late WiUiam Cole, Esquire, Banker, 
of Exeter, a bull's head couped at the 
neck sa., armed or, between two 
branches of oak fructed ppr. c/. 43. 12 

Cole, Brownlow, Esquire, a bull's head 
couped sa., attired or, between two 
branches of oak couped sa., fructed or. 
Deum cole regem serm. 

Cole, Rev. William Alston, 21, Morton 
Crescent, Exmouth, same crest and 
motto. 

Cole, Charles Francis, Esquire, same crest 
and motto. 

Cole, Lanes, a lion's head erased gu., 
pierced in the neck by an arrow, c/. T 7. 2 

Cole, Essex, a leopard's head erased arg., 
collared and chained or, holding in the 
mouth an oak slip vert. c/. 23. 10 

Cole, Herts, a demi-dragon az., winged 
or, holding a chaplet vert. <•/. 73. 10 

Cole, Rev. George Lamont, formerly of 
Wallisford Manor, Wellington, Somers., 
a demi-dragon ppr., holding between 
the claws two cross crosslets fitchee in 
saltire arg. Deum cole regem serm. 

cf. 73. 10 

Cole, a demi-dragon vert, holding in its 
dexter claw a javelin armed or, 
feathered arg. cf. 73. 10 



124 

Cole, Comw., a demi-dragon holding an 
arrow or, headed and feathered arg. 

cf. 71. 10 

Cole, Edward Campbell Stuart, of Stoke 
Lyne, Exmouth, same crest. Deum 
cole regem serva. 

Cole, Middx., Oxon., and Ireland, a 
demi-griffin segreant vert, grasping 
in its dexter claw an arrow with 
the point downwards or, barbed and 
feathered arg. Deum cole regem serva. 
cf. 64. 2 

Cole, Francis Burton Owen, Esq\iire, of 
Brandrum, Monaghan, Lysmeirchion, 
Denbigh, same crest and motto. 

Cole, Somers., an eagle displayed arg. 75.2 

Cole, Somers., an eagle displayed arg., 
ducally gorged or. cf. 75. 2 

Cole, Oxon., a bundle of arrows arg., 
belted and buckled or. 173. 3 

Cole-Baker, Lyster, M.D., Bayfield, Kent 
Road, Southsea, a dexter arm in 
armour erabowed holding in the liand 
a swan's head erased and ducally 
gorged. Honor virttdis satdhs. 

Colebrock and Colebrook, see Colbroke. 

Colebrooke, Sir Edward Arthur, Bart., of 
Crawford, Lanarksh., a wyvern with 
wings expanded or, resting the dexter 
claw upon an antique escutcheon gu., 
S'lla bona quie honcsta. 

Coleby, see Colby. 

Colegrave, on a mural coronet gu., two 
arrows in saltier or, flighted arg. 

Colegrave of Cann Hall, Essex, and 
Little Ellingham, Norf., an ostrich- 
feather erect az., and two arrows in 
saltire or, barbed and flighted arg., 
banded by a mural crown gu. Fidei 



Coleman, a horse's head erased ppr. 51.4 

Coleman of London and Leics., a nag's 
head erased sa., maned and bridled 
arg., tasselled or. cf. 51. 5 

Coleman of Bexley Lodge, Norwich, a 
cross patonce gu., surmounted by a 
unicorn's head erased arg., charged 
with three roses in chevron of the 
first. Be just and fear not. 

Coleman, out of a ducal coronet a grey- 
hound's head, all ppr. 61. 7 

Coleman, a demi-grey hound sa., collared 
arg., holding between the feet a mullet 
of the first. cf. 60. 8 

Coleman of Merriot, Somers., a bull's 
head erased gu., charged with a cres- 
cent arg. cf. 44. 3 

Coleman of Brandon Parva, Norf., and of 
Napier, New Zealand, upon a mount 
vert, in front of a shepherd's crook 
erect gu., a lamb grazing arg. Esto 
sol testis. 

Coleman, Wilts., a caltrap or, between 
two wings arg. 299. 11 

Coleman, Henry William, J.P., Wyther 
Lodge, Kirkstall, Leeds, same crest. 
Resolve well.— Persevere. 

Colemere and Colmore, a harpy with 
wings expanded ppr. 189. 4 

Colemere, Collmore, and Collymore, a 
Moor's head in profile, couped below 
the shoulders ppr., wreathed or and 
gu. 192. 13 

Colen, a sword and a pastoral staff in 
saltier. 

Colepeper, a falcon with wings expanded 
arg., beaked, legged, and belled or. 

87. I 



COL 

Coleridge, Baron (Coleridge), of Ottery 
St. Mary, Devonsh., on a mount vert, 
therefrom issuing ears of wheat ppr., 
in front of a cross gu., an otter, also 
ppr. Qualis vita, finis Ha. 134. 7 

Coleridge, Devonsh., same crest. Time 
Deum cole regem. 134. 7 

Coleridge, Stephen William Buchanan, 
Esquire, of 7, Egerton Mansions, South 
Kensington, London, S.W., same crest 
and motto. 

Coleridge, a griffin's head ppr., between 
two wings or. 65.11 

Coles, on a tower a lion rampant ppr. 

157. 12 

Coles, Ireland, a horse trotting arg.. 
saddled and bridled sa. cf. 52. 2 

Coles, out of a ducal coronet or, a demi- 
dragon vert, holding in the dexter 
claw an arrow of the first, headed 
and feathered arg. c/. 73. 10 

Coles, Somers., on a mount vert, an eagle 
displayed arg., ducally gorged and 
meinbered or. cf. 74. 10 

Coles, Charles Edward, C.M.G., Cau-o, 
same crest. 

Coles, around a marble piUar ppr., gar- 
nished or, a snake entwined vert. 

Coles of Old Park, Clapham Common, 
Surrey, upon a mount vert, a column 
erect entwined by a serpent holding 
in the mouth a branch of olive, aU 
ppr. 

Coles, Colonel Charles Horsman, of 10, 
Palmeira Avenue, Hove, Sussex, same 
crest. Persevere. 

Coles, Edward George, Esquire, same 
crest and motto. 

Coles, an arm in armour embowed ppr., 
holding in the hand a serpent entwined 
round the arm vert. 

Coles, a hand holding a sword in pale, 

entiled with a boar's head couped ppr. 

212. 6 

Coleshill, Viscount, see Digby, Baron. 

Colet, a hand holding a battle-axe ppr. 

213. 12 

Coley, a dexter arm in armour ppr., hold- 
ing a scimitar arg., hilt and pommel 

CoKoX, out of a ducal coronet or, a 
demi-wolf gu., devouring a hand arg. 

Coltox, out of a tower ppr., a demi-grey- 
hound az., holding a branch vert. 

157. 8 

CoUox, William, Esquire, of Westmead, 
near Bridport, a fox ppr., charged on 
the body with two fleur-de-lis in fesse 
sa., and resting the sinister paw on a 
fleur-de-lis gu. Lnx lex, libertns. 

238. 7 

Colhoun of Carrickbaldvey, co. Donegal, 
a buck's head erased per pale vert and 
arg., charged with two mullets in pale 
counterchanged. Viget sub cruce. 

Coling, a demi-grirfin segreant ppr., 
holding between the claws a fusil gu., 
charged with a crescent arg. cf. 64. 2 

CoUadon, issuing out of the sea a dexter 

arm ppr., holding an anchor cabled sa. 

202. 7 

Collamore and Collmore, a negro's head 
and shoulders couped sa., wreathed or 
andgu. 192.13 

CoUana, a fish-wheel or. 

Collar, a tiger's head erased or. cf. 27. 3 

Collard of Barmston, Essex, a demi-lion 
rampant sa., supporting a cross-bow or. 



COL 

Collard of CoUard and Southcott, Devons., 
a demi-lion rampant 3a., holding a 
scaling-ladder or. 

CoUard cf Broorafield, Heme, Kent, same 
crest. Notnini noceas. 

Collard of Hamilton Terrace, St. John's 
Wood, London, N.W., in front of a 
battle-axe erect or, a bull's head erm., 
erased gu., gorged with a collar vaii. 
Ubi libertas ibi palria. 

CoUas, .Jersey, a plain cross or. Crux 
spas unica. 

Collay, Chesh., Herts, Warw., an ele- 
phant's head gu., between two wings sa. 

CoUe of Newcastle, Northumb., a dexter 
hand holding a scorpion ppr. 220. I 

Colledge, Thomas Richard, Esquire, a 
mount vert, thereon in front of a 
pomegranate leaved and stalked ppr. 
a snake nowed, also ppr. 

Collee, a griffin segreant arg., armed and 
beaked or. 62. 2 

Collen or Collin, Essex, a griffin's head 
erased or, collared vert. cf. 66. 2 

Collen and Collin, a griffin's head erased 
or, collared erm. c/. 66. 2 

CoUen, a griffin'a head erased vert, col- 
lared erm. cf. 66. 2 

Collen or Collin, a demi-giiffin or, collared 
az. c/. 65. 8 

CoUeus or Collins, Dorset, a dove arg. 
^'olaho ut reqiiiescam. 92. 2 

CoUens and Collensweil, a cubit arm 
holding a firebrand, all ppr. 

Colles, Somers., on a mount vert, an eagle 
displayed arg., ducally gorged and 
membered or. cf. 74.10 

Colles, a griffin's head couped or, between 
two oak-branches vert, fructed of the 
first. c/. 66. I 

Colles, Ireland, issuing out of a cloud 
a dexter hand holding a sword wavy, 
all ppr. 212. 4 

Colles of Luckley, Grimley and Leigh 
Court, Worcs., a sea-pie with wings ex- 
panded or, guttee-de-poix, standing on 
a dolphin lying on its back of the first. 

Colles, Richard, Millmount, Kilkenny, a 
sea-pye sa., guttee-d'eau, seizing on a 
fish ppr., wounded and bleeding. 
Tcmperato splendeat iisu. 

Collet of London and Suff., a hind 
trippant arg. 124. 12 

Collet, Sir Mark Wilks, Bart., D.L., of 
St. Clere, Ightham, Kent, a hind arg., 
holding in the mouth a sprig of oak 
fructed and slipped ppr., and support- 
ing with the dexter fore-leg a rose, also 
arg., within an annulet sa. Dtim spiro 
spcrn. 262. 5 

Collet, Suit., a hind's head erased at the 
neck arg., gorged with a mural crown 
sa. c/. 124. 3 

Colleton, Sir Robert Augustus William, 
Bart., 158, King Henry's Road, N W., 
a stag's head era,sed ppr. 121. 2 

Collett, Suff., a hind's head couped arg., 
gorged with a collar engrailed sa. 

Collett of London and of Locker's House, 
Hemel Hempstead, Herts, a stag ppr., 
.■supporting witb the dexter foot an 
escutcheon sa. 295. 2 

Collett, Rev. Edward, of Hayton Vicarage, 
Retford, same crest. 

Colley, a griffin segreant arg., beaked and 
legged or. 62. 2 

Colley, Ireland, a sinister hand holding a 
bow, all ppr. 214. 5 



125 

Colley, CO. Kildare, Ireland, a dexter cubit 
arm habited gu., encircled below the 
cuff arg. with a ducal coronet or, the 
hand grasping a scimitar ppr., hilted 
and pommelled of the third. Virtutis 
jortuna contes. 

Colley, George Pomeroy Arthur, Esquire, 
formerly of Mount Temple, Cloutarf, 
CO. Dublin, same crest and motto. 

Colley, an arm erect holding a spear in 
bend ppr., with the banner of St. 
George appended thereto. Unica fir- 
tus necessaria. 

CoUiar or Collyar, Staffs, a demi-negro 
ppr., with pearls in the ears arg., 
holding in the dexter hand an acorn- 
branch fructed or. 

Collick, a lion passant holding in the 
dexter paw a cross crosslet Ctched. 

c/. 6. 2 

Collier, out of a naval coronet or, on 
the circle the word.s " St. Sehastiaii," a 
cross pattee fitched or, between two 
wings displayed pean. 

Collier, Arthur Bevan, Esquire, of Cartha- 
Martha, Callington, Cornw., a deini- 
man aijrontee ppr., holding in the 
dexter hand an oak-brauch ppr., fructed 
or, and resting the sinister hand on an 
escutcheon az., charged with two keys 
saltireways or. Persevere. 

Collier, John Francis, Esquire, of County 
Court, Liverpool, same crest and 
motto. 

Collier, Mortimer Calmady, Esquire, oj 
Foxhams, Horrabridge, same crest and 
motto. 

Collier, Lieutenant- Colonel Mortimer 
John, V.D., of Foxhams, Horrabridge, 
S. Devonsh., same crest and motto. 

Collier, William Frederick, Esquire, of 
Woodtown, Horrabridge, S. Devonsh., 
same crest. 

Collier, a cross pattee fitched between 
two wings or. cf. 1 10. 7 

Collier, a unicorn rampant arg., armed 
or. 48. 2 

Collier, Dorset, a wyvern with wings 
addorsed arg. 70. i 

Collier, a unicorn's head arg., erased and 
armeil or. 49. 5 

Collimore of London, a demi-man in pro- 
file, vested gu., the collar turned over 
and billettee or, on his head a cap gu., 
wreathed and ensigned with a crescent 
of the second, and holding in the dexter 
hand a sceptre or, on the top thereof a 
crescent arg. 

Collin, see Collen. 

Collin, Notts, a talbot's head erased per 
fess indented or and arg., eared and 
charged on the neck with a cross 
formee gu. 56. 14 

Collin, a demi-lion sa., holding in the 
dexter paw a broken lance or. 

Collin, a griffin passant gu. 63. 2 

Collin, on a chapeau gu., turned up erm., 
a griffin passant per pale sa. and gu. 

cf. 63. 13 

Collingborne, Northumb., on a roundle 
quarterly or and az., a cross pattee 
counterchanged. 

Collingborne, Devonsh. and Wilts, a demi- 
woman ppr., the hair dishevelled or, 
vested erm., the sleeves gu., holding 
in the dexter hand a covered cup of 
the second. cf. 183. 4 

Collings, a sphere ppr. 159. i 



COL 

Collings, Essex, a griffin's head erased 
or, collared vert. cf. 66. 2 

Collings, a cubit arm erect, the band 
holding a torch, all ppr. 

Collings, Charles D'Auvergne, M.D., the 
Grange, Guernsey, a horse's head erased 
arg., bridled and charged on the neck 
with three fleur-de-lis, two and one az. 
Fidelis in omnibus. cf. $t. 5 

ColUngton, a stag's head erased ppr. 

121. 2 

Collingwood, Baron CoUingwood ; ( i ) The 
stern of the Royal Sovereign man-of-war 
in waves between a branch of laurel 
and a branch of oak, all ppr. (2) A 
stag at gaze under an oak-tree ppr. 
Ferar uniis et idem. cf. 116. 12 

Collingwood, Norf., a buck's head arg., 
attired or. 121. 5 

Collingwood, Northumb.. a stag at gaze in 
a holly-bush ppr. Nil conscire sibi. 

Collingwood, Edward John, Esquire, of 
Lillburn 'Tower, Alnwick, same crest. 
Ferar unus et idem. 

Collingwood, Rev. Robert Gordon, Dis- 
sington Hall, ten miles north-west of 
Newcastle-on-Tyne, same crest, the 
stag charged for distinction with a 
cross crosslet sa. Ferar unus et idem. 

Collingwood, a dove holding in its beak 
an olive-branch. 92. 5 

Collins, Digby, of Truthan, Cornw., a 
dove with wings expanded ppr. Volabo 
ut requiescam. 94. 2 

Collins, John Stephen, Esquire, J.P., of 
Ardnalee, Carrigro Lane, co. Cork, 
Ireland, a pelican arg., vulning herself 
gu., gorged with a plain collar az. 
Dant vulnera vitam. 

Collins, Henn-, Hon. Sir Richard, of 3. 
Bramhara Gardens, Earl's Court, Lon- 
don, S.W., same crest and motto. 

Collins, a demi-griffin arg. 64. 2 

Collins, Shropsh., a demi-griffin segreant 
or, collared erm. cf. 65. 8 

Collins of London, Kent, Shropsh., and 
Sussex, a demi-griffin or, beaked and 
legged gu., collared erm. cf. 65. 8 

Collins, Rev. Henry, Knaresborough, a 
demi-griffin or, armed gu. Tendimus. 

Collins, J. Rupert, M.D., General Hospital, 
Chelteuham, same crest. Grip fast. 

Collins, Somers., a demi-griffin or, col- 
lared arg. Deum et regem. Another, 
collared erm. cf. 65. 8 

Collins of WythaU, Walford, Heref. : (i) 
A demi-griffin or, collared erm. cf. 65. 
8. (2) A dexter arm embowed habited 
arg., the hand ppr., holding a scimitar 
or. Fide et virtute. — Colens Deum. 

Collins, John Stratford, Whythall, Wal- 
ford, Ross sh.. crest same as second 
above. Same mottoes. 

Collins, a demi-griffin segreant or, col- 
lared with a bar gemelle gu. Favente 
Deo et sedulitate. cf. 64. 2 

Collins, Kent, a demi-griffin segreant or, 
beaked, legged, and ducally gorged 
arg. cf. 64. 2 

Collins, Major-General Ednard Archibald 
Cowling Hall, Bedale, Yorks, same 
crest. 

Collins, a demi-griffin arg. armed gu. 64. 2 

Collins, Charles M.. Esquire, of Kelvln- 
d^le, Lauarksh., a demi-griffin or, hold- 
ing in his dexter claw a rose gu., and 
a thistle ppr., both slipped and leaved 
vert. Fide et virtute. cf. 64. 2 



COL 

Collins, Charles Millington, Esquire, of 
Kelvindale and MaryhilJ, Lanarksh., 
a, demi-griffin or, holding in the dexter 
claw a thistle and a rose gu., both 
slipped and leaved vert. Fide et 
virtute. 

Collins, Edward Tenuison, Esqviire, of 
St. Edmunds, Howth, co. Dublin, oh 
a wreath of the colours, a demi-griffin 
segreant or, armed and langued gu., 
charged on the shoulder and wing with 
two trefoils slipped in fesse vert. 
Favente Deo et sednliiate. 

Collins, Joseph Tenison, Esquire, of 
Society Street, Ballinasloe, co. Galway, 
Ireland, on a wreath of the colours a 
demi-griffin segreant or, armed and 
langued gu., charged on the shoulder 
and wing with two trefoils slipped in 
fesse vert. Favente Deo el sedulitate. 

cj. 64- 2 

Collins of Betterton, Berks, a griffin's 
head erased vert, crowned or. Per 
callevi collem. 66. 9 

Collins, Rev. John Ferdinando, same 
crest and motto. 

Collins, 0.\oD., a griSin's head couped. 
Si je puis. 66. i 

Collins, Sussex, a griffin's head erased gu. 
Labor omnia vincit. 66. 2 

Collins, Essex, on a chapeau gu., turned 
up erm., a griffin statant per pale arg. 
and gu. c/. 63. 13 

Collins, William, Esquire, of Rotterdam, 
Holland, a horse's head couped arg., 
bridled sa., charged on the neck with 
three fleur-de-lis, one and two az., and 
gorged with a wreath of laurel vert. 

c/. 51. 5 

Collins, Devonsh., a camel's head erased 
ppr. Sermoni consona facia, c/. 132. 7 

Collins, Ireland, a human heart trans- 
pierced by a Passion nail in pale ppr. 

Collins, Devonsh., a cubit arm erect hold- 
ing a lighted torch ppr. 

Collins, Arthur Shuekburgh, Hillwood, 
near Nelson, New Zealand, same crest. 

Collins, James Tertius, Esquire, of 
Churchfield, Edgbaston, Birmingham, 
in front of a demi-gryphon or, wings 
vert, gorged with a collar, gemel sa.. 
five lozenges conjoined fesseways of 
the second. 

Collinson, a squirrel ppr. cf. 131;. 7 

CoUinson, Rev. Christopher Barber. 

Laston Vicarage, near Newark, and of 

Beltoft, Belton, Lines, a squirrel sejant. 

297. 15 

Collinson, Major-General Thomas Bernard, 
a squirrel sejant eating a nut ppr. 

297. 15 

Collinson, a rose gu., between two branches 
of laurel in orle ppr. 149. 1 1 

Colliray, a martlet flying over a tower, 
all ppr. c/. 155. 2 

Collis, Ireland, a dexter arm throwing a 
dart ppr. 214.4 

Collis, Edward, Esquire, of Ballinvarig : 
(I) On a rock a sea-pie ppr., charged 
on the breast with a cross crosslet or, 
and feeding on a fish, also ppr. (for 
Collis). 299.13. (2) A cubit arm erect 
ppr., charged with two crescents in pale 
sa., holding in the hand an anchor of 
the last (for Supple). Mens conscia 
recti. 

CoUis, Lt.-Col. C. Herbert, Hagley, near 
Stourbridge, Worcs., a sea-pie with 



wings expanded or, guttee sa., standing 
on a dolphin lying on its back of the 
first. Mens conscia recti. 

Collis, William Henry, 7, Barn HiU Road, 
Wavertree, Liverpool, same crest. 
Finem respice. 

CoUis-Sandes, Falkiner Sandes, Esquire, 
Barrister-at-Law, Oak Park, Tralee, 
CO. Kerry : ( i ) On a mount vert, a 
griffin segreant or, collared fleurettee 
gu. (for Sandes). cf. 62. 2. (2) On a 
rock a sea-pie ppr., charged on the 
breast with a fountain and preying on 
a dolphin, all ppr. (for Collis). Virlvs 
fortunce victrix. 

CoUison of East Bilney, Norf., a demi- 
lion rampant ppr., holding between the 
paws a cinquefoil or, the centre leaf 
gu. cf. 10. 2 

Collison, a bomb fired ppr. 177. 12 

Collison and CoUisone, Scotland, a fal- 
con's head erased ppr. Hoc virlutis 
opus. 88. 12 

ColUver, a hand holding a club ppr. 

214. 6 

CoUiver, a dexter hand couped in fess 
gu. 221. 6 

CoTlman, see Coleman. 

Collow, Scotland, a hand holding a dagger 
in pale ppr. Pro patrid semper. 212. 9 

CoUs, on a ducal coronet a griffin sejant 
with wings addorsed ppr., supporting 
an escutcheon arg. 62. 1 1 

Collumbel, Lines, "on a chapeau gu., 
turned up erm., a dove close ppr., 
holding in the beak an ear of wheat 
or. 

CoUwell, Cambs, on a chapeau gu., turned 



up erm. 



a lion 



arg., gorged 



with a label of three points gu. 

cf. 4. 9 
Colly, a griffin segreant sa., armed or. 

62. 2 
Collyear, a dexter hand ppr., holding a 

key az. 217. 7 

Collyear, a unicorn rampant arg., armed 

and ungu. or. 48. 2 

Collyer-Bristow, see Bristow. 
Collyer, Dorset, a demi-unicom arg., 

armed, crined, and ungu. or. 48. 7 
Collyer, a unicorn's head couped ppr., 

maned and horned or. 
Collyer, Daniel William, Cormiston, 

Lanarksh., same crest. 
Collyer, a cross pattee fitched or, between 

two eagle's wings sa. cf. no. 7 

Collyer, a wyvern with wings addorsed 

sa. 70. 2 

Collyer, two lions' heads erased, addorsed, 

and collared. 18. 2 

Collyn, a griffin's head erased or, collared 

erm. cf. 66. 2 

Collyngs, Suff., a nag's head sa., bridled 

or, the rein hanging domi before with 

a ring at the end of it. cf. 51. 5 

Colman, a caltrap or, between two wings 

arg. 
Colman of Carshalton Park, Surrey, in 

front of two wings arg., each charged 

with an estoile az., a rock ppr., thereon 

a caltrap or. Sat cito si sat bene. 

244. 15 
Colman, Jeremiah, Esquire, J. P., D.L., 

of Gatton Park, Surrey, in front of 

two wings expanded arg., each charged 

with an estoile of six points v/avy az., 

a rock ppr., thereon a caltrap or. 

Sat cito si sat bene. 244. 1 5 



COL 

Colman, Russell James, Esquire, J.P., 
D.L., of Bracondale Woods, Norwich, 
the Clyffe, Corton, Lowestoft, same 
crest and motto. 

Colman, Kent, a greyhound's head sa., 
gorged with a collar and ring arg., 
charged with three mullets sa. 

cf. 61. 2 

Colmore, Cregoe-, William Berwick, Es- 
quire, of Moor End, Charlton Kings, 
Glouc, out of a crescent or, a blacka- 
moor's head in profile wreathed about 
the temples of the first and gu. 

Colne or Colney, a talbot sejant per pale 
sa. and erm., coUared arg. 55-1 

Colnet, Hants, a dragon's head ducally 
gorged and chained ppr. cf. 72. 9 

Cologan or MacCoIgan, Ireland, a dexter 
arm in armour embowed holding a 
lance transfixing a stag's head couped, 
all ppr. Virlus probata florescit. 

Colpepper, a martlet gu. between the 
horus of an ox. 

Colpoys, out of a naval coronet a dexter 
hand apaumee. cf. 222. 14 

Colquhoun, Sir James, Bart., of Colqu- 
houn and of Luss, Dumbartonsh., a 
hart's head couped gu., attired arg. 
Si je puis. 1 2 1 . 5 

Colquhon, Scotland, a hart's head couped 
gu., attired arg. Si je puis. 121. 5 

Colquhoun of KiUermont, Dumbartonsh., 
a stag's head erased ppr. // / can. 

121. 2 

Colquhoun, Scotland: (i) A hart's head 
couped ppr. 121. 5. (2) A hand hold- 
ing a buckle. 223. 11 

Colquhoun, Bart., of Tilliquhoun, Scot- 
land, a stag's head erased ppr. Si je 
puis. 121. 2 

Colquhoun of Kennuoir, Scotland, a 
buck's head erased ppr. Si je puis. 

121. 2 

Colquhoun of Dunyelder, a laurel-branch 
slipped ppr. Dum spiro spero. 

151- 13 

Colquhoun of Kilmardony, a stag's head 
erased ppr. Fcslinalente. 121. 2 

Colquhon of Drumpelder, a branch of 
laurel slipped ppr. Dum spiro spero. 
151- 13 

Colquhoun-Campbell, Rev. John Erskine, 
of Garseadden : (i) A dexter hand 
holding a buckle ppr. (2) A boar's 
head erected and erased or. Omnia 
firmat. — Fac et spera. 223. 11 

Colquhoun, an arm from the elbow ppr., 
vested gu., the cuff indented or, hold- 
ing a baton of the first, veruled of the 
last. 

Colquhoun - Farquharson - Macdonald of 
the Crag, Montrose, Angus, St. 
Martin's Abbey, Perth, Banderan 
House, and Glenshee Lodge, Blair- 
gowrie, Perthsh., a demi-lion gu., 
holding in his dexter paw a hand ppr. 
Per mare, per terras. 

Colquitt, a hawk rising ducally gorged 
and belled ppr. 87. 2 

Colquitt, Craven-, Fulwar Lewis George, 
on a chapeau gu., turned up erm., a 
gryphon statant of the second, beaked 
or. Virtus in actione consistit. 

Colshill and Colsill, Essex and Cornw., 
an arm in armour couped at the 
shoulder, garnished or, holding a 
gauntlet ppr. 

Colshull, an arrow in pale. 173. 5 



COL 



two arms couped at the elbow 

and vested, holding in the hands an 

escutcheon or. 208. 2 

Colston, a ship's boat ppr. 179. 6 

Colston of London, a dolphin naiant sa. 

140. 5 
Colston of Filkins Hall, Oxon., a dolphin 
naiant ppr. Go Ihou and do likc.vise. 

140. 5 

Colston, Charles Edward Hungerford 

Atholl, Roundway Park, Devizes, a 

dolphin embowed, all ppr. Motto as 

Colston, a spear's head in pale, enfiled 
with a savage's head couped ppr. 191. 7 

Colt, the Rev. Sir Edward Harry Button, 
Bart., of 13, St. Leonard's Road, 
Exeter, a horse passant or. Vincit qui 
patitur. 52. 8 

Colt, Suff., a nag's head erm. 5°- :3 

Colt, Essex, a colt at full speed sa., hold- 
ing in the mouth part of a broken tilt- 
ing-spear or, headed az., the remainder 
lying between his hind-legs. 52. 7 

Colt, SuS., a colt passant arg. 52. 6 

Colt, Kent, in a fire ppr. a ram arg., 
attired or. cf. 131. 13 

Colt, Scotland, a hand throwing a dart 
ppr. Trans/igam. 214. 4 

Colt, Captain George Frederick Russell, 
J.P., D.L., of Gartsherrie House, Coat- 
bridge, Lanarksh., N.B., a dexter 
naked arm embowed holding in the 
hand an arrow in bend sinister point 
downwards, all ppr. Trans/igam. 

201. 13 

Colter and Coulter, Scotland, a harpy 

gardant ppr. 189. i 

1 Colthurst, Sir George St. John, Bart., of 

Ardrum, Inniscarra, co. Cork, a colt 

J statant sa. Justmn ac tenacem. 

Colthurst, Joseph, Esquire, of Dripsey 

Castle, CO. Cork, Ireland, a colt courant 

sa., charged on the shoulder with a 

crescent or. Justum ct tenacem. 

i c/. 52. 8 

( Colthurst, Bowen-, Robert Walter 

i Travers, Esquire, of Oakgrove, co. 

j Cork : (:) A colt courant sa., charged 

' on the shoulder with a crescent or (for 

3 CollhursI). cf. 52. 8. (2) On a mount 

I vert, a falcon close ppr., belled or {/or 

Bowen). Justum et tenacem. cf. 85. 2 

Colthuist-Vesey, George, Esquire, J.P., of 
Lucan House, near Dublin: (i) A 
hand in armour holding a laurel-branch 
all ppr. {for Ve-sei/]. (2) A colt statant 
sa. l/or Colthurst). Sub hoc signo innces. 

Colthurst, Ireland, on the stump of a 
I tree a crane perched ppr. 105. 12 

Colthurst, a greyhound's head sa. be- 
tween two roses gu., leaved and slipped 
ppr. 61. II 

Colthurst, Somers., a demi-lion rampant 
t^ardant arg. 10. 8 

Coltman, Yorks, London, and Leics., a 
nag's head erased sa., maned and 
bridled arg., tasselled or. cf. 51. 5 

Colton, sec Broomhead-Colton-Fox. 

Colton, Chesli., a boar passant arg., armed 
and bristled or, vulned in the shoulder 
su. cf. 40. 9 

Colton-Fox, John Stavelev, Esquire, of 
Todwick Grange, Sheffield: (i) A fox 
passant gu., guttee-d'or, resting the 
dexter fore-paw on an annulet en- 
circling an escallop, both or (for Fox). 
[7) Upon a rock ppr., in front of a cross 



127 

crosslet erect and fitchee sa., a boar 

passant arg., charged on the body with 

two roses gu., barbed and seeded ppr. 

(for Colton). Per /idem et patienliam. 
Columball, a camel's head ppr. Pacem 

amo. 132. 7 

Columbine, on a cap of maintenance a 

dove. Audaces fortuna juvat. r/. 92. 2 
Colvil and Colville, a demi-hind ppr. 
Colvil and Colville, a demi-stag holding 

in the mouth a rose ppr. 1 19. i 

Colvil and Colville, Scotland, a liind's 

head couped ppr. Obliviscar. 124. i 
Colvil and Colville, Scotland, a hind's 

head couped arg. Non obliviscar. 

124. I 
Colvil and Colville, Scotland, a hind's 

head arg., charged with a cross pattee 

sa cf. 124. I 

Colvil and Colville, Scotland, a talbot's 

head arg. Ad fincm fidelis. 56. 12 
Colvil and Colville, Scotland, a 'bull's 

head. Ne ohliriscaris. cf. 44. 3 

Colvil and Colville, Scotland, a demi- 

Hercules with a lion's skin and a club, 

all ppr. Ouhlier ne puis. 
Colvil and Colville, a baud in pale issuing 

from a cloud holding a dagger wavy. 

212. 4 
Colvile of Gorne, Ireland, a hind's head 

arg., charged with a cross forniee sa. 
cf. 124. I 
Colvile, a greyhound's head erased arg. 

61. 4 
Colvile, a derai-lion rampant or, holding 

in the dexter paw a cross moline gu. 

cf. 10. 2 
Colvile, Augustus Henry Asgill, Esquire, 

of 16, Pevensey Road, St. Leonards- 

on-Sea. on a chapeau gu., a lion statant, 

tail extended arg., gorged with a label 

of five points of the first. Persevere. 
Colvile, Edward Leigh Mansel, Esquire, 

same crest and motto. 
Colvile, Fiennes Middleton, Esquire, C.B., 

of St. Mildred's, Guildford, same crest 

and motto. 
Colvile, Rev. Gerald Henry, of Weston 

Rectory, Shifnal, same crest and motto. 
Colvile, Henry Algernon, Esquire, same 

crest and motto. 
Colvile, Major-General Sir Henrv Edward, 

K.C.M.G., C.B., of LuUington, Burton- 

on-Trent, and Lightwater, Bagshot, 

Surrey, same crest and motto, cf. 4. 8 
Colvile, Spencer Twisleton, Esquire, same 

crest and motto. 
Colvile, Charles Frederick, 45, Emperor's 

Gate, South Kensington, on a chapeau 

gu., turned up erm., a lion statant arg., 

with extended tail, with a collar of three 

points of the first. 
Colvile and Colwall, Kent, a bird rising 

ppr., holding in the beak a sprig vert. 

94- 5 

Colville, Lines, a cock-pheasant with 

wings elevated ppr., holding in the 

beak a hawk's bell or. 
Colville ol Culross, Viscount (Colville), 

Culross Lodge, West Cowes, a hind's 

head couped arg. Oublier ne puis. 

124. I 
Colvil!, John Chaigneau, Esquire, a hind's 

head couped arg., and charged with 

a cross patee sa. In hoc signo vinces. 
Colvill, Robert Frederick Steuart, Es- 
quire, B.A., of Coolock House, co. 

Dublin, same crest and motto. 



COM 

Colvin, Robert, Esquire, of Lough Eske, 
00. Donegal, a hind's head couped arg., 
charged with a trefoil slipped vert. In 
hoc sigtio vinces. cf. 124. i 

Colvin, Forrester Famell, of Wymarks. 
Henfield, Sussex, a greyhound's head 
and neck erased erm., holding in the 
mouth a trefoil slipped ppr., and 
gorged with a chevron collar. Aud- 
acter et sincere. 264. 8 

Colvin. Richard Beale, Monkhams Hall, 
Waltham Abbey, Essex, same crest 
and motto. 

Colvin-Smith, Robert Curzon Molison, 
M.B., B.C., B.A., Cromer, Norf., an 
ostrich arg., holding in the beak a 
horse-shoe or. Tu ne cede malis. 

Colwell, a talbot statant arg., spotted 
gu. and sa., collared az. 54. 2 

Colwich, a bat displayed ppr. 137. 11 

Colwick and Colwyke, issuing from a 
cloud a hand in pale holding a sealed 
letter, all ppr. 215. 7 

Colwick and Colwyke, in the sea an 
anchor in pale ensigned with a dove, 
holding in its beak an oUve- branch, 
all ppr. 94. 4 

Colyar, De, Henry Anselm, 24, Palace 
Gardens Terrace, Barrister-at-law : (i) 
A cross crosslet fitchee between two 
wings. 281.5. (2) Ademi-Mooraffron- 
tee ppr. holding in his dexter hand an 
acorn slipped ppr. Avance. 281. 6 

Colyear, Ireland, a unicorn rampant arg., 
armed and crined or. Avanel. 

48. 2 

Colyer-Fergusson, Thomas Colyer, Igh- 
tham Mote, Ivy Hatch, near Sevenoaks, 
a dexter hand grasping a broken spear 
in bend, all ppr. Vi et arte. 

Comb or Combe, Somers., a demi-lion sa., 
ducally gorged arg. 10. 7 

Comb or Combe, Scotland, a crane hold- 
ing in the beak a bunch of clover ppr. 
cf. 105. 14 

Comb of Norton Ferrers and Tisburie, 
Somers., a demi-lion rampant sa., 
ducally gorged arg. 10. 7 

Combe, Abram, of Strathearn, Dunmurry, 
CO. Antrim, a crane holding in its beak 
a bunch of clover, all ppr. Res non 
verba quceso. 

Combe, a dexter arm in armour embowed 
sa., garnished or, wreathed about the 
arm arg. and gu., and holding in the 
hand a broken tilting-spear of the 
second. 197. 5 

Combe, Bovce Harvey, Esquire, J. P., 
of Oaklands, Westfi'eld, near Battle, 
Sussex, a dexter arm in armour em- 
bowed, wreathed above the elbow 
with a ribbon, the hand grasping a 
broken tilting-spear, all ppr. Nil 
timers, nee temere. 197. 5 

Combe, Charles, Esquire, of Cobhani 
Park, Surrey, on a mount vert, be- 
tween two short flagstaves, and flowing 
from each a pennon gu., a dexter arm 
in armour embowed ppr., garnished 
or, and wreathed about the upper part 
with a ribbon of the second, grasping 
in the hand a broken tilting-spear, all 
ppr. Nil timere, nee temere. 197. 9 

Combe, Charles Harvey, of Cobham 
Park, Cobham, Surrey, same crest and 
motto. 

Combe, Richard Thomas, Esquire, of 
Earnshill, Curry-Rivell, near Taunton, 



COM 

a morion in front of a dexter arm 
embowed in armour, holding a sword 
ppr., and charged with a pheon sa. 

Comber, Sufi., a greyhound's head sa.. 
charged with three bezants, two and 
one. c/. fil. 12 

Comber of Brotherton House, West Coker, 
Yeovil, a lynx's head or, pelletee. 

Comber, same crest. 

Comber, George, Esquire, of Rowley 
Brow, Knutsford, Chesh., a lynx's head 
couped or, pelletee. 

Comber, John, same crest. 

Comberford, Ireland, a peacoc