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Full text of "Grantees of arms named in docquets and patents to the end of the seventeenth century,in the manuscripts preserved in the British museum, the Bodleian library, Oxford, Queens college, Oxford, Gonville and Caius college, Cambridge, and elsewhere, alphabetically arranged by the late Joseph Foster and contained in the Additional ms. no. 37,147, in the British museum. Ed. by W. Harry Rylands"

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IN THE MANUSCRIPTS 
• PRESERVED IN THE 

BRITISH MUSEUM, THE 
BODLEIAN LIBRARY, OXFORD, 
QUEEN'S COLLEGE, OXFORD, 
GONVILLE AND CAIUS COLLEGE, 
CAMBRIDGE, AND ELSEWHERE, 

ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED BY 

The Late JOSEPH FOSTER, Hon. M.A. Oxon, 
AND CONTAINED IN THE ADDITIONAL MS. 
No. 37,147, IN THE BRITISH MUSEUM. 



EDITED BY 

W. Harry Rylands, F.S.A. 



LONDON. 
1916. 



preface. 



T N this Volume will be found the contents of the first of a series 
of four MS. volumes now in the British Museum, and numbered 
Add. MS. 37,li7, 37,148, 37,149 and 37,150. They were bought after 
the death of the compiler from Mr. Josslyn Foster on the 14th October 
1905, as entered in the first volume of the series. 

Joseph Foster did not confine his attention to the manuscripts alone, 
but has given some references to the printed copies of these old grants, 
but more particularly when a transcript of the original is given in the 
various publications mentioned. -f *> /^ ^f^' Of* 

In referring to the MSS. preserved at Queen's College, Oxford, he 
uses two sets of shelf-marks. Wishing to obtain a copy of the Patent 
to the town of Raleigh in Virginia, I sent the reference given by Foster 
to Miss E. G. Parker at Oxford, and asked for a copy. She applied 
to the Librarian and received from him the reply that MS. No. 36 
contained nothing heraldic. Later the Librarian very kindly allowed 
Miss Parker to make a search for the MS. containing this Patent, 
and after a lengthy examination of Heraldic MSS. she solved the puzzle. 
Foster, although he gives the proper press marks to other MSS. in Queen's 
College Library, in the case of these four volumes he uses imperfectly the 
old numbers, omitting the letter H before the figures. It must be 
understood in the following pages that the MSS. referred to by Foster 
should have been entered as follows : — 

[H] 36 should be No. 137. 
[H] 37 „ „ No. 138. 
[H] 38 „ „ No. 139. 
[H] 39 „ „ No. 140. 

A full copy of this interesting and unusual form of Patent, granted 
by William Dethick, Garter, to Raleigh, Virginia, is included in the 
Additions and Corrections, 



VI PREFACE. 

Some of these Additions are contained in very rough notes by 
Mr. Foster, not incorporated by him in the main text. I regret very 
much that the list of Additions and Corrections is so lengthy, bxit 
imfortunate circumstances prevented these, as well us the List of Stray 
Names, etc., being added to the text of the book as they ought to have 
been. I trust, however, that the List of Stray Names that I have added 
will be found useful. 

My own additions are always marked by being printed in square 
brackets; other editorial corrections have been for the most part the 
correction and extension of the references and other corrections, so as to 
make them more intelligible. Li this I have been very much assisted by 
the care and trouble Miss Drucker, the transcriber, has given to the 
work of copying a manuscript often confused with interlineations, 
imperfect blazons, and wrongly copied words. We must, however, be 
thankful that Mr. Foster gave so much time and labour to the com- 
pilation of this key to the manuscripts containing so many Grants 
of Arms. 



W. HAERY EYLANDS. 



( vii ) 



STRAY NAMES, ARMS, QUARTERINGS, ETC., BEING 
CROSS-REEERENCES TO THE MAIN TEXT. 



Abbott, see Allott. 

Aborough, marriage, see Webb, William. 

Acton, marriage, see Brooke, John. 

Ade, see Adye, Jolin. 

AiLWAUTE, marriage, see Dynne. 

Alamodes, Patentees of, see Patentees. 

Aldersey, quarter^, see Whitmore, Anne. 

Aleife, see Aylyffe. 

A Leigh, Sir Piers, see Ashton. 

Alges, quartering, see Fitche. 

Allen, marriage, see Long, Mary. 

Allen, quartering, see Fitche. 

Alleyne, see Allen. 

Altham, marriage, see Sanders, Helen. 

Alvert, quartering, see Burwell. 

Ameuy, see Emery. 

Amydas, impaled, see Slanning, Nicholas. 

Anderson, mar., see Morley, Lsabella. 

Andrews, Arms, see Roberts, John. 

Annersley, see Onslow. 

Anslow, see Onslow. 

Answorth, marriage, see Edge. 

Appowell, see Powell. 

Arden, marriage, see Shakespeare, John. 

Ardolfe, quarters, see Webb, Thomas. 

Argoll, quarters, see Goatley, Reynald. 

Arthur, mar., see Hickes, Sir Baptist. 

Ashton, see also Ayson. 

Ashton, mar., see West, William. 

Askew, marriage, see Gibson. 

AsKEWE, marriage, see Martyn, Anne. 

AsTYNE, see Asketyne. 

AvENON, marriage, see Slow, Elizabeth. 

Aylworth, mar., see Weoley, Thomas. 

Aylyffe, marriage, see Buckle, Isabel. 

Backley, see Birkeby. 

Bacon, mar., see Rawlins, Margaret. 

Badbrokb, see Boulbroke, John. 

Baeshe, see also Basse. 

Baeshe, mar., see Baker, Tomasyn. 

Baily, see Bayly. 

Bakers', Brown, Company of London, 
see Brown Bakers. 

Balliewle, quartering, see Lucas, Mar- 
garet. 

Bannock, see Barber. 

Barker, marriage, see Hill, Elizabeth. 

Barle, marriage, see Blount, William. 

Barne, marriage, see Broke, Alice. 



Jekyll, 



Barnefield, see Bamfield. 
Barnehouse, quartering, 

Thomas. 
Barnesley, see Bernesley. 
Baron, marriage, see Auuger, Richard. 
Baron, see Barnes, Edward. 
Barrow, quartering, see Chilton. 
Barthram, impaled, see Wood, Sir John. 
Barwick, quarters, see Jordan, Edmund. 
Bawdrye, mar., see Ford, Elizabeth. 
Bayley, Roger, Arms, see Additions, 

p. xviii. 
Bell, mai-riage, see Beaupre, Dorothy. 
Belyn, see Belliu. 

Bbmler, quartering, see Taylor, John. 
Benne, see Riddell, Anthony, and Wode- 

son, Elizabeth. 
Berkeley, quarter^, see Beiston, Ralph. 
Bermudas Company, see Summer Islands. 
Bigg, marriage, see Pedley, James. 
Billingsley, mar., see Barnes, Elizabeth. 
Billingsley, mar., see Boorne, Elizabeth. 
Birch, mar., see Stydolph, Elizabeth. 
Bird, see also Byrd. 
BiSHE, see also Bysse, James. 
Bishop, marriage, see Davy. 
Blacker, see Blaker, William. 
Bladbold, quartering, see Bloys. 
Blake, marriage, see Liigges, Ralph. 
Blethyn ap Enynon, quartering, see 

Carbery, Lord. 
Blount, quartering, see Mapes, Leonard. 
Bonner, see Riddell, Anthony. 
BoRENHOUSE, marriage, see Ridgewaye, 

Sir Thomas. 
BOTELER, mar., see Newton, William. 
BoTELER, mar., see Tindall, John. 
Boughton, marriage, see Crompton. 
BovY, marriage, see Weoley, Thomas. 
Bowes, maniage, see Harlowe, Dame 

EHzabeth. 
Bowland, see Boiland, Richard. 
Bowyer, mar., see Samson, Lady Annys. 
BoYSE, marriage, see Barnes, Elizabeth. 
BoYSE, marriage, sec Boorne, Elizabeth. 
Brabon, see Brabourne. 
Brackenbury, marriage, see Lucas, Mar- 
garet. 
Brackenbury, quartering, see Lucas, 

Margai-et. 



STRAY NAMES, ARMS, QUARTERINGS, ETC. 



Bradley, quartering, see Forster (White), 
Mary. 

Beadshaw, mar., see Stanley, Henry. 

Bray, Arms (Long vale), see Lowude, 
Thomas. 

Brewes, mar., see Wilton, Dame Cecilia. 

Brickleston, quartering, see Stone, 
Thomas. 

Brid, le, see Bird. 

Brierley, see Brearley, James. 

Brihyton?, quarter?, see Jekyll, Thomas. 

Brikett, see Birkett and Birkhead. 

Britzman, see Brightman. 

Brobredge, marriage, see Goodcliild, 
Elizabeth. 

Brocas, marriage, see More, Nicholas. 

Brograve, mar., see Billesley, William. 

Brothers, see Knight, Henry. 

Browne, mar., see Lucas, Margaret. 

Browne, see Bronde, Benjamin. 

Bruer, see Batman, Henry. 

Brykett, see Birkhead and Birkett. 

BuCKLAND, quarter^, see Milles, Thomas. 

Buckley, see Birkeby, James. 

BuDDYER, quartering, see White, John. 

BuDDYER, Arms, see Additions, p. xviii. 

Bull, marriage, see Branthwaite, Richard 
(p. 33). 

Bullock, Grant, see Johnson, Rowland. 

BULMER, quartering, see Beiston, Ralph. 

BuLMER, marriage, see Cooper, Meryall. 

BuNCLEY, see Boucley. 

BuRGOYNE, marriage, see Bill, Jane. 

BusHELL, Arms, see Herd, Richard. 

BuTTALL, quartering, see Weld, Sir Hum- 
phrey. 

BuTTELiER, see Boteler, Richard. 

Butler, quartering, see White, Jolin. 

Butler, Arms, see Additions, p. xviii. 

Byed, see also Bird. 

Byekbie, see Hirkbye. 

Byrmingham, Arms, see Hickman, Henry. 

Byron, quartering, see Spence. 

By.sshe, see Bishe. 

Caerleon, quartering, see Edwards. 
Calchetti, see Cnlciieth. 
Cantrell, quarter*, see W^ood of Enfield. 
Caplen, see Chaplin, John. 
Carey, marriage, see Scroope, Mary. 
Carter, see Hasledon, William. 
Uary, impalement, see Leake, Sir Francis. 
Castrll, marriage, see Freear, Thomas. 
Cavendish, quartering, see Spence. 
Cawley, quarters, see Stourton, Edward. 
Chamberlayne, quartering, see Paldoe, 
Robert. 



Chamberlayne, Arms, see Smyth. 
Champneys, mar., see Clarke, Edward. 
Charles, mar., see Cartwright, Timothy. 
Charnock, quartering, see Smith, John, 

of Walden. 
Cheesman, mar., see Johnson, Edward. 
Chbeourice de Normandie, see Saverey. 
Cherry, mar. and impaled, see Merrick. 
Chisnoll, marriage, see Bretarge, Wil- 
liam (p. 33). 
Cholmleigh, mar., see Sleigh, Gervase. 
Chudworth, quarter6,see Thomson, John. 
Clark, marriage, see Jadwine, Robert. 
Clarke, quartering, see Curling, John. 
Clarke, quartering, see Arras, Robert. 
Clarke, see Norhope. 
Clayton, quartering, see Spence. 
Clazell, marriage, see Fulwer, John. 
Cleaeke, see Norhope. 
Clervaux, see Chater, William. 
Clervowe, Thomas de. Grant by, see 

Criketot. 
Cleveland, Barbara, Duchess of, see 

FitzRoy. 
Clifford, quartering, see Codrington, 

Richard. 
Clifford, marriage, see Malby, Arthur. 
Cock, see Coke, John. 
Cockett, quartering, see Butts, William. 
Codington, quarter^, see Lusher, Nicholas. 
Codrington, quartering, see Jordan, 

Edmund. 
Cokesford, see Cotesford. 
Cole, tjuarteving, see Owen, Thomas. 
COLEIRE, marriage, see Serjeant, Thomas. 
Collier, see Dimocke, William. 
CoLWiCH, quartering, see Spence, and 

Wood of Enfield. 
("OiMBARFORD, quartering, see Lusher, 

Nicholas. 
Compton, marriage, see Weoley, Thomas. 
CoOKES, marriage, see Lewes, Lady. 
Cooper, Christopiier, Arms, see Additions, 

p. xviii. 
Cooper, marriage, see .Smitii, Mary. 
CooTES, marriage, see Lewes, Lady. 
CooTES, see Cotes, Joiin. 
Copley, marriage, see Gage, Henry. 
CORBETT, Reginald, see Hill. 
CoRDALL, marriage, see Webbe, Emma. 
Cory, see also Gary, John. 
Cottle, marriage, see Hall, Sarah. 
Cotton, quartering, see Venables, Sir 

Thomas. 
CowLEBY, see Vincent, Philip. 
CowPER, see Cooper, John. 
Cranton, see Caunton. 



STRAY NAMES, AUMS, QUARTERINGS, EtC. 



Crawley, see Shrawley. 

Croke, see Blount. 

Cromwell, see Williams, Richard. 

CuPHOLME, see Tiipliohue. 

Cure, marriage, see Bennett, Ann. 

CuRWEN, see Kirwin, William. 

Dacues, marriage, see rJrownell, Mary. 
Dakyns, William, forger of grants, see 

Rudiard, Thomas. 

Santon, Thomas. 

Sherwood, Sir Rowland. 

Smethwick, William. 
Dalin, Alice, mar., see Cholwill, Thomas. 
Daniel, see Savage, John. 
Danvers, quartering, see Davers. 
Danvers, see Clarke, William. 
Danyers, see Legh, Sir Piers. 
Danyers, Grant and marriage, see Savage, 

John. 
Dare, Ananias, Arms, see Additions, p. 

xviii. 
Dart, see Walles, Lewis. 
Davenport, see Davenant. 
Dawes, marriage, see Fynche, Margaret. 
Dawney, see Viscount Downe. 
Deane, marriage, see Turner, Sir Thomas. 
De Aula, ? see Hawle, Henry. 
De Boynton, Arms, see Aton. 
De Boy^s, Le Sieur de, Dauphin of France, 

see Wood, Thomas. 
De Clervowe, Thomas (Grant by), see 

Criketot. 
Deering, quartering, see Cole, Solomon. 
De Ueron'yle, Arms, see Wyrley, Roger 

de. 
De la Hull, see Hill. 
De Ligne, see Le Lingne. 
De Morle, Grant, sec Curby, Robert de. 
Dene, marriage, see Vincent, Joane. 
Denn, impalement, see Gookeine, John. 
Devenish, impalement, see Morley, John. 
DiCKONSON, see Urmeston. 
Dickson, see Dixon. 
DiGGS, marriage, see Rose, Judith, and 

Sheldon, Daniel. 
DoBBES, marriage, see Glasse, Alice. 
DODERIDGE, mar., see Pyncombe, John. 
DoMViLE, Arms, see Holes, Thomas de. 
DoRiNOTON, quarter?, see Collier, Francis. 
Downer, marriage, see Chamberlayue, 

Robert. 
Dragoner, see Drayner. 
Drew, quartering, see Rowe, John. 
DuGDALE, mar., see Pidgeon, Elizabeth. 
Durlew, see Curlew. 
DuTTON, quarters, see Warburton, Peter. 



Dyer, Arms, see Stansfield, Edmund. 
Dymoke, marriage, see Sparrow, Ann. 

EccLESTON, quartering, see Venables, Sir 

Thomas. 
Eldred, mar., see Blaikway, Anne. 
Eleston, quartering, see Venables, Sir 

Thomas. 
Elkyn, marriage, see Wilkes, Alice. 
Elsington, see Evington, Nicholas. 
Emery, see Amery. 

Engham, impalement, see Nourse, John. 
Englosse, Arms, see Hearne, Thomas. 
Erneford, quarters, see Lusher, Nicholas. 
Ernle.s, see Helton. 
Esme, see Hene, William. 
Evans, see Ewens, Mathew. 
Eynon, see Baynham, William. 
Eynsham, see Heynsliam. 

Faldoe, marriage, see Chamberlayue. 

Fardinando, Symon, Arms, see Addi- 
tions, p. xix. 

Farendon, see Farndon. 

Farmer, see Lempster, Lord. 

Farmer, see Draper. 

Farrant, see Ferrand, William. 

Fawcett, see Forsett. 

Feilding, marriage, see Ellis, .Joyce. 

Feilding, mar., see Bosworth, Isabel. 

Fetherston, see Parkinson, James. 

Finson, mar., see Nutbrowne, Nicholas. 

Fisher, see Hawkins, Thomas. 

FitzUugh, quartering, see Weld, Sir 
Humphrey. 

Fleerk, see Flyer. 

FoNSTON, see Funstone. 

F'ox, mar., see Whittle, Dame Elizabeth. 

Fo-XLEy, marriage, see Haynes, William. 

Frear, marriage, see Shaw, Mary. 

FuLWOOD, William, Arms, see Additions, 
p. xviii. 

Gabbot, quartering, see Lyly (p. 156). 
Gaker (or Sakeu), quartering, s«« White, 

John. 
Gaker (or Saker), Arms, see Additions, 

p. xviii. 
Galiardet, see Gallard, Francis. 
Garhet, see Garset. 
Garves, see Gervis. 
Garway, marriage, see Younge, John. 
Gaywood, quartering, see Kytchyn, John. 
Ghogan, see Dougan. 
Girdler, quartering, see Stone, Thomas. 
Glasse, see Dobbes, Richard. 
Glover, quartering, see Thomson, John. 



STRAY NAMES, ARMS, QTJARTERINGS, ETC. 



GoDDEN, quartering, see Clegat. 

GoLBORNE, quartering, see Venables, Sir 
Thomas. 

Goldsmith, quartering, see Hodgson. 

Gorges, see Warbleton, John. 

GoRViES, Arms, see Gervies, Arthur. 

GosTON, see Gofton. 

Gostred, see Gosfright, George. 

Gotley, marriage, see Treton, Thomas. 

GouGH, marriage, see Hubberd, Edward. 

Grandtofte, quartering, see Gierke, Bar- 
tholomew. 

Grante, quartering, see Weld, Sir 
Humphrey. 

Gratewood, marriage, see Hill, -Jane. 

Gray, marriage and quartering, see 
Tooke, James. 

Gray, Arms, see Rotiieram, George. 

Gray, marriage, see Payton, Anne. 

Green, quartering, see Hamby, .John. 

Greenfield, marriage, see Hawthorne, 
Robert. 

Grendale, Thomas, Grant, see Moigne, 
Sir William. 

Gresham, mar., see Sampson, Katherine. 

Grimes, impalement, see Austen. 

Gurnard, see Gurney, Richard. 

GuYBON, see Gibbon. 

GuTLEMYN, see Gilman. 

Habyngton, see Hanningtoii, William. 
Hall, mar., see Symmings, .John. 
Hall, see Wall, William. 
Hampden, quartering, see Parsons, Sir 

John. 
Hanchell (Hanchett), see Williams, 

Sir Abraham. 
Hansard, quartering, see Hamby, John. 
Hansha, Ahce, mar., see Lyon, Sir John. 
Harberts, see Roberts, John. 
Harding, marriage and quartering, see 

Randyli, Edward. 
Hardogson, see Harrison, Gilbert. 
Hare, marriage, see Audley, Thomas. 
Harford, quartering, see Butts, William. 
Hargrave, coheir, see Moulson, John. 
Hariot, quartering, see Warner, Mark. 
Harlyn, see Wilkinson, John. 
Harmon, see Voysey. 
Harpur, see Harpei-, Richard. 
Harrington, marriage and Grant, see 

Rogers, Mary. 
Harris, see Harry, Rowland. 
Harvye, Dyonise, Arms, see Additions, 

p. xviii. 
Haule, quartering, see Tooke, James. 
Hawtayne, ? sec Hawthen. 



Hawtree, mar., see Clinkard, Gabriell. 

Haynes, quarters, see Cage, Nicholas. 

Haywood, see Ilayward. 

Hearne, marriage, see Hall, Sarah. 

Hearne, see Hyrne. 

Heler, see Helyar. 

Henchman, le, see Henxman, Edward. 

Herbert, Arms, see Roberts, John. 

Herper, see Harper, Richard and Wil- 
liam. 

Herris, see Harris, Robert. 

Hever, quartering, see Osburgh, Thomas. 

Heydon, marriage, see Rose, Martha. 

Heydon, Crest, see Saunderson, Henry. 

Heynsham, see Hinsham. 

Hills, quartering, see Lucas, Margaret. 

HiNCKSHAWE, see Henshaw, Thomas. 

HiPPON, marriage, see Murgatrod, Michael. 

HoBSON, quartering, see Roberts, Thomas. 

Hodges, marriage, see Hall, Sarah. 

HoLBEACH, see Randes, Thomas. 

Holden, marriage, see Stevenson, John. 

Holt, see Hoult, William. 

Hope, see Eyre, Robert. 

HoRLEY, marriage, see Haynes, William. 

Horton, als Morton, see Cowper, John. 

Houghton, quartering, see Sawyer, and 
Whitmore, Anne. 

Howard, change of .Arms, see Tripp. 

Howe, marriage, see Scroope, Anabella. 

Howe, George, Arms, see Additions, p. xix. 

HowPBR, see Hooper, John. 

HowsE, see House. 

Hull, de la, see Hill, John. 

HuLSON, see Hudson, John. 

Hungerford, see Shuger. 

Hussey, quartering, see Jordan, Edmund. 

HussEY, quartering, see Collier, Fi'ancis. 

Hyde, marriage, see Sanders, Helen. 

Hyde, marriage, see Cater, Margery. 

Iden, quartering, see Browne, John. 
Ingledew, quarters, see Lyndsay, Edward. 
Ireland, quartei'ing, see Owen, Thomas. 
Irton, maixiage, see Boorne, Elizabeth. 

Jenkens, see Jones, Roger. 

Jenkyn, David ap William, see Rawlins, 

.John. 
Jenyns, mar., see Nycbelle, John (p. 182). 
Jenyns, William, see Gedding. 
Johns, see Jones. 

Johnson, marriage, see Gourney, Anne. 
Johnson, mar., see Mordauut, Elizabeth. 
Johnson, see Crookhey. 
Jones, marriage, see Greenhill, Thomas. 
Joyce, quartering, see Butts, William. 



STRAY NAMES, ARMS, QTJARTERINGS, ETC. 



JuDE, marriage, see Mathew, Mary. 

Karkike, marriage, see Smytli, Jolin, of 

Wiilden. 
Kederminster, marriage and (juartering, 

see Parsons, 8ir John. 
KeYxNSHam, see Heynshani, John. 
KiLLYOWE, quartering, see White, Jolin. 
KiLLYOW'E, Arms, see Additions, p. xviii. 
KiRKLE, quartering, see Butts, William. 
KiRKHOVEX, see Wotton, Lord. 
Knevett, see Kevett, Thomas. 

Lacock, see Laycock. 

Lambert, see also Lambard. 

Lamborne, quarters, see Boiland, Richard. 

Langfold, marriage, see Flemynge, Jolin. 

Lasher, see Lussher. 

Lathom, quartering, see Stanley. 

Launder, see Landor. 

Laundes, see Lownde, John. 

Laxton, marriage, see Kirkeby, Jane. 

Le Brid, see Bird. 

Le Chat, Lewis, Arms, see Rudd, John. 

Lee, marriage, see Lyon, Sir John. 

Lee, Joan, confirms Arms, see Peshale, 
Robert. 

Leeke, see Leake. 

Leeke, see Deincourt. 

Leigh, Sir Peirs, Arms, see Ashton. 

Leigh, of Cheshire, Crest, see Bennollis. 

Leveson, see Fowler, Francis Ijeveson. 

Lewkexor, marriage, see Cowper, John. 

Lewys, marriage, see Fayrechylde, Joan. 

Lister, marriage, see Snode, Mary. 

Littleton, marriage, see Ivatt, Thomas. 

Lloyd, quartering, see Pennant, Peires. 

Lloyd, see Fludd. 

Lobenham, marriage, see Atslow, Edward. 

Locke, marriage, see Wappam, Eliza- 
beth. 

Lodge, marriage, see Ivatt, Thomas. 

Longford, impaled, see Mills, Thomas. 

Lovell, see Vincent. 

LovETT, marriage, see Symmings, John. 

Lowe, see Love, Robert. 

LowEN, marriage, see Plumer, Jone. 

Lucy, marriage, see Meadows, Sir Philip. 

LUFKiN, quartering, see Stone, Thomas. 

LuGG, quartering, see Stevens, Thomas. 

LusoN, marriage, see Bodeley, Denys. 

LuTESTRiNGES,Patenteesof,«ee Patentees. 

Lyon, marriage, see Lee, Elizabeth. 

Lyon, marriage, see Hansha, Alice. 

MacCarthy, see Carthy. 
Mackwith, see Maycote. 



Malbie \ confirmation of Arms, see 
Malbisse / Beckwith, Hamon. 
Malifant, quartering, see Butts. 
Malishe, marriage, see Key, Anne. 
Malverne, see Parker, William. 
Man, quartering, see Stanley. 
Manners, mar., see Constable, Henry. 
Marden, impaled, see Brabourne, Henry. 
IMarkham, mar., see Harrington, John. 
Marlay, Sir Roger de. Arms, see Blor- 

peth Town. 
Marshall, see Locksmith. 
Martin, quartering, see Treton, Thomas. 
Mason, see Waltham. 
Masteres, see Master, Richard. 
JFathew, marriage, see Judde, Andrew. 
Mattany, see Buttrie. 
Maunder, see I\[aundy, Thomas. 
May, mar., see Snelling, Sir George. 
May, see Waye, Thomas. 
Mayfield, quartering, .sw Kychin, .John. 
Mears, marriage, see Welby, Robert. 
Meene, see Mynne. 
Mkllish, marriage, see Allott, Alice. 
Melton, see Mitton. 
Mereton, quartering, see Tatton. 
Merkaunt, see Markaunt. 
Middleton, mar., see Cooke, Marmaduke. 
Milborne, quarters, see Butts, William. 
MiLO, Earl of Hereford, quartering, see 

Joues, of Loudon. 
MoLiNS, marriage, see Florio, Celia. 
Monday, see Mundye. 
Monk, marriage, see Clarges, Anne. 
Montalt, quartering, see Stanley. 
Morden, see Murden. 
Mores, see Morrise, Thomas. 
MoRESKiNS, quarters, see James, Roger. 
Morgan, quartering, see Edwards. 
Morgan, see Pawlett. 
Morley, Lord, see Cranfield, Edward. 
Morley, impaled, see Hill, Richard. 
Morley, Arms, see Roberts, John. 
MoRTHEN, impalement, see Bayninge. 
Mortimer, quartering, see Slannyng, 

Nicholas. 
Morton, see Cowper, John. 
MoRViLLE, Lord, see Condon, Thomas. 
Moseley, mar., see Whitmore, Anne. 
Mowss, see Mewsse, Arthur. 
Mullyner, see Mollyner. 
MuMBRAY, quarters, see Lade, Robert. 
Murray, mar., see Baynham, Anne. 
Mytton, Mitton, see Mylton. 

Neffeile, or Neffield, quartering, see 
Jordan, Edmund. 



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STRAY NAMES, ARMS, QTJARTERINGS, ETC. 



Newmarch, quartering, see Jones, of 

London. 
NiCHOLLs, John, Arms, see xVdditions, 

p. xviii. 
NoRRiS, mar., see Lane, Sir Richard. 
North, mar., see Butler, Lady Margaret. 
North, mar., see Squire, Dame Alice. 
NouRSE, see also Nurse. 
NuTBROWNE, mar., see Finseu, Anne. 
Ndtcombe, see Natcombe, John. 

Ogwell, see Coppull, Andrew. 
O'IIeley, quartering, see Owen, Thomas. 
Onslow, impalement, see Hill, Richard. 
Orreby, coheir, see Monlsoii, John. 
OsBORXE, marriage, see Pratt. 
Osney, marriage, see Newdyke, Robert. 
Osye, quartering, see Wilson, Thomas. 
Owen, marriage, see Long, Maiy. 
Owen, marriage, see Wilkes, Alice. 
OwGAN, quartering, see Butts, William. 
Ownerley, marriage, see Swanii, Anne. 
OxBNBRiDGE, quarter^, see Harlakenden. 

Pannelly, quarteriug, see Brownlow, 

Richard. 
Parke, Arms, etc., see Wytliens, Robeit. 
Patemer, see Bryggs, Henry (p. 33). 
Pawi.ett, marriage, see Codnam. 
Payn, marriage, see Webb, William. 
Paynell, quarter^, see Lucas, Margaret. 
Paynter, see Camborne. 
Payton, marriage, see Grey, Anne. 
Payton, marriage, see Gray, Sir Richard. 
Payton, marriage, see Bright, Thomas. 
Pecok, see Ridgway, John. 
Peers, see Piers, John. 
Peirse, see Pearse, Thomas. 
Pembridge, quartering, see Lusher, 

Nicholas. 
Penne, marriage and quartering, see 

Lucas, Margaret. 
Pennington, marriage and quartering, 

see Crule, Jolin. 
Percy, see also Persse, Thomas. 
Petrus, see Peter. 
Philips, mar., see Harpham, Alice. 
Phithean, quarter^, see Pennant, Peirs. 
Phogan, see Dongan. 
Pxckman, quartering, see Burwell. 
Piers, see Edgecombe. 
PiGiON, marriage, see Hope, Ralph. 
Pigott, marriage, see More, John. 
Pigott, marriage, see Clinkard, Gabriell. 
Place, mar., see Brandlyn, Sir Robert. 
Platt, marriage, see Knight, Michael. 
Poole, see also Powle. 



Poyntell, see Poynter, Richard. 
Pratt, Roger, Arms, see Additions, 

p. xviii. 
Presser, Arms, see Allott, Alice. 
Pyndar, Arms, see Pinner, Thomas. 
Pypart, marriage, see Thru.\ton, Thomas. 

Quaplade, marriage, see Bacon. 

Radcliff, Earl of Sussex, see Sydney 
Coll., Camb. 

Raleigh in Virginia, Arms, see Addi- 
tions, p. xviii. 

Ramsey, quartering, see Dix, John. 

Randes, see Holbeche. 

Raven, quartering, see Bloys. 

Reginale, see Reynolds, Henry. 

Reignolds, see Payne, Elizabeth and 
Henry. 

Reske, see Rede, Robert. 

Richardson, see Hepburn. 

Richmond, mar., see Harbord, Charles. 

Ricke, marriage, see Seukes, Elizabeth. 

Ridley, marriage, see More, John. 

Ridley, marriage, see Blomer, John. 

Rigges, marriage, see Blake, Mary. 

Roberts, quarters, see Chilton, Leonard. 

Roche, quartering, see Butts, William. 

Rogers, quartering, see Langford, John. 

RoMNEY, marriage, see Clarke, William. 

Rose, marriage, see Heydon, John. 

Rosengrave, see Moulson, John. 

Rowland, see Pentecost. 

Rydle, marriage, see Blomer, John. 

Ryther, marriage, see Wright, Robert. 

Rywallon, see Jeffrey, John. 

Russell, Earl of Bedford, Crest, see 
Stausfield, Edmund. 

Russell, claim of Arms, see Warbleton, 
John. 

Sackford, see Seckford. 

Sackville, marriage, see Baker, Cicelle. 

St. Amorye, see Amory. 

St. Lowe, Arms, see Harding, Henry. 

St. Lyse, quartering, see Durant. 

Saker, see Gaker. 

Saltman, quarters, see Jordan, Edmund. 

Sampson, marriage, see Gresham, John. 

Sandbach, quarters, see Milles, Thomas. 

Sanders, quarter?, see Chilton, Leonard. 

Sandye, see Naper, Alexander. 

Sare, see also Syer. 

Savil, quartering, see Treton, Thomas. 

Sawyer, marriage, see Whitmore, Anne. 

ScARELL, see Searell. 

Schetker, marriage, see Forth, Robert. 



STRAY NAMES, ARMS, QUARTERINGS, ETC. 



Scott, qnartering, see Mewsse, Arthur. 

Segak, mar., see Cartwright, Timothy. 

Seley, quartering, see Taylor, John. 

Rerlb, quartering, see Gervie.s, Arthur. 

Sexton, quartering, s^e Archdale, ^[artin. 

Shakespeare, mar., see Arden, iMary. 

SiiAW, marriage, see Freear, Thomas. 

Sheldon, marriage, see Ro^e, Judith. 

Sheldon, marriage, see Ruse, Margaret. 

Sheldrake, marriage, see Seabrok. 

Shei-ley, marriage and quartering, see 
Raudyll, Edward. 

Shknrall or Shkrsall, marriage, see 
Cotesford, John. 

Shirley, see Ferrers, Lord. 

Shuckburgh, marriage, see Piatt, John. 

Singleton, claims Arms, see Bande, Tho- 
mas. 

Skillicorne, mar., see Jadwyne, Robert. 

Slyght. quartering, see Hamby, John. 

S.METHWicK, release of Arms, see Atwood, 
John. 

S.MITH, impalement, see Guevara, Francis. 

Smith, impalement, see Harper, John. 

Smith, quartering, see Stourton, Edward. 

Smith, marriage, see Cowper, Mary. 

Smythe, quartering, see Thomson, John. 

Smyth, see Hares, William. 

Snode, marriage, see Farmarey, John. 

Somees, mar., see Cartwright, Timothy. 

Somerset, Edward, Marg., of Worcester. 
Crest, see Baylye, Thomas. 

Sonds, see Feversham. 

Standish, marriage, see Piatt, John. 

Stanley, marriage, see Bradshaw, Anne. 

Stapleton, marriage, see Bassett, Jane. 

Staunton, quartering, see Butts, William. 

Stocker, quartering, see Jekyll, Thomas. 

Story, quartering, see Wood of Enfield. 

Stover, see Stoner. 

Stratton, quartering, see Spence. 

SULLOCK, see Sellecke, William. 

Sunbishe, see Sandbache, Francis. 

Sunning, see Gouning, John. 

SuRTEES, mar., see Brandlyn, Sir Robert. 

Sutton, quartering, see Beiston, Ralph. 

SwANN, impalement, see Wilcockes, Roger. 

Swettenham, mar., see Weoley, Thomas. 

Sydenham, marriage, see Rogers, Mary. 

Sytstlt, about Arms, see Feckenham. 

Talbot, Arms, see Roberts, John. 
Tasker, see Adam, Roger. 
Tawyers, see Grey Tawyers. 
Tedcastle, marriage, see May, Elizabeth. 
Test, quarter", s^e Codrington, Richard. 
Therwall, see Phillipson, Rowland. 



TiiOGAN, see Dongan. 

Thomas, see Boddie, John. 

Thomas, marriage, see Jones, Walter. 

Thomas, see Scale, Robert. 

Thompson, mar., see Gilbert, Dorathie. 

Thompson, see Haversham, I3aron. 

Thorneholme, see Chorley. 

Throckmorton, mar., see Cony, Henry. 

Thurgarton, see Cowper, William. 

Thurston, mar., see Hearne, Thomas. 

Thurston, mar., see Tenacre, Elizabeth. 

Thynne, see Weymouth, Viscount. 

Tillesworth, mar., see Browne, Robert. 

ToFTE, marriage, see Smith, Mary. 

Touchet, Lord Audlcy, Arms, see Mack- 
worth. 

TouRNEY', mar., see Webb, William. 

Trapps, marriage, see Crispe, Joan. 

Trelake, see Davy, Joan. 

Trott, mar., see Cartwright, Rose. 

TiiOYTE, see Guylemyn. 

Tudkr, impalement, see Diman. 

Turner, marriao-e and ([uartering, see 
Codd, William." 

Vaughan, see Carbery, Earl of. 
Vavasour, quartering, see Warner, Mark. 
Vehan, Robert, see Jeffrey, John. 
Venables, Arms, see Norreys, Lord. 
Veyset, see Voysey. 
Vinal, quartering, see Treton, Thomas. 

Walker, marriage, see Greenfield, John. 
Walker, marriage, see Reeve, Agnes. 
Walters, see Stockdale, Christopher. 
Warburton, Arms, see Bennett, Richard. 
Wardnam, see Wirdnam. 
Warner, marriage, see Lee, John. 
Warner, quarters, see Humfrey, Richard. 
Warren, marriage, see Davy, Joan. 
Warren, quartering, see Stanley. 
Warrington, see Warmington, Francis. 
Washingle, see Washington, Laurence. 
Way, see May, Thomas. 
Webbe, marriage, see Cordell, Emma. 
Weekes, see Wickes, Henry. 
Weld, see Wylde, Thomas. 
Wellesborough, John de, Grant, see 

Purefoy, Thomas. 
West, marriage, see Collens, Jane. 
West, impalement, see Morai-, Robert. 
AVetherall, see Wyrrall, Gervase. 
Weynman, see Wenman, Richard. 
Wheeler, marriage, see Parry, Edith, 
Whetley, quartering, see Whitfield, 

Thomas. 
Whettell, see Whyttcll, William. 



XIV 



STRAY NAMES, ARMS, QUARTERINGS, ETC. 



Whitbroke, mar., see Jacob, Oatlieriue. 
White, John, Arms, see Additions, 

p. xviii. 
White, maniiige, see Tonge, Thomas. 
White, marriage, see Forster, Mary. 
Whitmore, mar., see 8aw\er, Anne. 
WiBURBURY, impalement, sec Heywuod, 

Edmund. 
WiECOCKS, marriage, see Swann, Anne. 
WiLFORD, marriage, see Smith, John, of 

Walden. 
Williams, Giles, see Williams, Richard. 
Williams, see Billesdon, John. 
WiLMOT, marriage, see Sniith, Margaret. 
WiNNiNGTON, see Warmington, Francis. 
Winter, marriage, see Eogei-s, Mary. 
Wiseman, impalement, see Everard. 
WoLBY, see Welby. 
Wolf, see Philip, Morgan. 
WoLHOUSE, see Woolhouse, Anthony. 
WOLLEY, marriage, see Mellor, John. 
WoMBWELL, see Lawrell, William. 
WOODHALL, mar., see Johnson, Edward. 



WooDHALL, marriage, see Byrd, William. 

WooDRi'FFE, mar., see Hill, Elizabeth. 

WooLFE, quarter^, see Randall, xVnthony. 

WoRDNAM, see Wirdnam. 

WoRLEY, marriage, see Thomas, William. 

WoRSLEY, sec Workesley. 

WoTTON, marriage, see Pickering, Hester. 

Wrexworth, John, seal, see Swayne, 
William. 

Wrotham, quartering, see Slannyng, 
Nicholas. 

WuLFMERE, see Willmer. 

Wyatt, quartering, see White, John. 

Wyatt, Arms, see Additions, p. xviii. 

Wydell, Yswitan, quartering, see Pen- 
nant, Peires. 

Wymarke, quartering, see White, John. 

Wymarke, Arras, see Additions, p. xviii. 

Wythbns, mar., see Parkes, Margaret. 

Yates, marriage, see Justice. 
Yelverton, Lord, see Grey, Henry. 
Yorke, marriage, see Smith, Anne. 



( XV ) 



ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS. 

P. 4. For Allett read Abbott, John, and insert on p. 1. 

P. 4. Ahham, James, for Cot. Her. read (before) Cat. Heral. Exhib. Soc. of 

Antiq. 
P. 9. For Avenon read Avenoy in Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 
P. 13. Bande, Thomas, after 18 R. II., pt. 2, read m[embrane] 4. 

For favor read favour. 
P. 10. Beckwith, Hamon, /or Malolaan read Malolacu. 

Hedell, Capell, «rf(/ after quartering 2 and 3 [Wolleston and Lane]. 
Bee, after Bowver add [quartering Swetteiiham]. 
P. 20. Belson, Thomas, for 9 H. 8 read 9 H. VIII. 
P. 21. Line I, for K. H. 7 and 8 read K. H. VII. and VIII. 
P. 28. Bingley, Richard, read of Blythe, Notts. 
P. 24. ISirkhead, John, read of Crouton. 

P. 24. Add. Bis (or Bix), John, of Babchild Court, co. Kent. Arms, vair on an 
inescatcheon gules, a chevron charged with a roundle. Crest, a demi- 
wolf rampant or, collared vair, by W. Segar, Gart. Harl. MS. 1106, 
fo. 223. (Note by Foster.) 
P. 27. Bodeley, Denys, read d. of Thomas. 
„ Bonnatree, see Misc. Gen. et Her., 4th S., vol. v., p. 27, about the date of 
this grant. 
P. 28. Borden, Arnold de, read 22 H. VI. 
P. SO. Bowerman, James, read of Hemyock, Devon. 

„ Add Branthwaite, Richard, /row p. 33, after Brandreth. 
„ Add Bretarge, William, /ro»« p. 33, after Breres. 
P. 34. Broderick, should he before Brodway. 

Broke, Alice.yor [1555-G] read [155 . .— 15G . .]. 
„ Add Bronrick, Henry, /row p. 35, after Bronde. 
P. 37. ]>ubb, Thomas,/o;- 15G3 read 1G53. 
P. 40. Burgess, John, /or Catle Bllham read Castle Bitham. 
P. 43. Add to Cademan, Thomas. Harl. MS. 146G, fo. 27". 
P. 43. h'ar Carnebell read Cambell, and add on p. 44 after Calvert. 
P. 45. Candish. No name is given to the Arms in Harl. AIS. 1441, fo. 103 ; 
in Harl. MS. 5847, fo. 53'', the arms and crest are marked "quere 
Caudish. 
P. 46. Carr, Sir .John. The entry should read : Genealogist, New Series, 
vol. viii., frontispiece. In the Brit. Mus. this frontispiece is preserved 
in the Guard Book, 1856, d. 1, No. 114. 
Castillion, Geneal., N. S.,/or vol. xix. read vol. xvii. 
CoUingborne, add to Harl. MS. 1115, fo. 5". 

Comptoii, John, of London, gent., add Arms, Arg., a fesse undee betw. 
three mascles gu. on chief sa. a helmet of the field betw. to eagles' 
heads erased or. MS. Rawl., B. 102, fo. 110'>. (Note by Poster.) ' 
Conyares,/or Add. M.S. 4961 [6 ?], fo. 100, read 4966, fo. 100. 
Crosse, Robert, of Charliuch, Somerset, gent., s. of William of the same, 
23 .Ian. 1584, confirmation of arms and grant of Crest, by R. Cooke, 
Clar. MS. Rawl. 102, fo. 110 ; Bodleian Lib. (Note by Foster.) 



P. 


48. 


p. 


58. 


p. 


59. 


p. 


60. 


p. 


67. 



XVI ADDITIONS AMD CORRECTIONS. 

P. 73. De Honetti?, " Ki.dii, iilij AIumj <]r i;..,,, Ui^, .!,: P.aiv.H,. ulim L,i:i;ichiaui 
(k Valle Breuibanij in (l.-ininin rxTumnciisi. -iiU ivij.. \'ciirtir .litionc," 
Graut, of Arms ou the (.■nmuiciiilatinii of i;..lirrt, K:irl dl' Lric.trr, at 
Kenilworth 14 Aug. 15i;«, exempliliL-d oU Jan. 15*0-71, li.v Flower, 
NoiT, MS. Ashm. 858, fo. 13—15, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. 
„ De Cuslin, Nicholas, a Venetian, letters patent 23 Jan., 3 Jas. 
[1605—1606], addition, on a canton ar. a demi-rose gu. and a Scotch 
thistle vert, dimidiated, trick of arms and canton. MS. Rawl., B. 102, 
fo. 11, Bodleian I;ib. (Note by Foster.) 
„ De Granata, should be after Deirge. 

P. 83. j4rf(/ /i9 Epes, Allen. Arms, Per fess gnles and Oi-, a palecounterchanged, 
three eagles displayed, 2 and 1, of tlie field. Crest and motto, MS. 
Rawl. B. 87, fo. 18. (Note by Foster.) 

P. 87. Ferrers of Badesley, read Harl. MS. 1100, Harl. MS. 1 1(17, and Hiirl. MS. 
1563. These are copies of the Visitations of Warwick. 

P. 89. Fitzwiliiara,/or 15[6]|- read 155 . .—156 . . 

P. 100. Gilbert, Edward, /or 15[6]f read 155 . .—156 . . 

P. 101. Giustiniani, George, augmentation, on a chief a lion of England holding 
in his paws a thistle, trick of arms. MS. Rawl. B. 102, fo. 102'', 
Bodleian Lib., Oxford. (Note by Foster.) 

P. 108. Guidot, Sir Anthony, augmentation, on a chief a lion of England betw. 
three fleurs-de-lis or, and a crest, exemplified by Barker, Garter, 
Ambassador to the French King from K. Edw. VL, who concluded a 
peace betweene the saide Kings, trick of arms and crest. MS. Rawl. 
102, fo. 53. (Note by Foster.) 

P. 127. Holynsbed, Hugh,/o»- Candetor read Candelor. 

P. 135. Isaacson, for [William], I.D.D., read Isaacson, Henry, of London, and 
.... Isaacson, D.D. 

P. 141. Jordan, Edmund, /or Nesseile read Neffeile or Neffeild. 

P. 154. Leveson, John, the blazon should read : "Crest, a demi hound cuppe ar. 
gouted thereon tbe necke a fesse ouudy ar. & s. & betweene ii gemelles 

V p. fesse armed & langued g. sett in a wrethe ar. & b." Stowe 

MS. 692, fo. 65. 

P. 157. Longland, John,/or H. 8 [Her. Coll.?] read Hen. VIII. 

P. 190. Parkes. Margaret, read Parke. 

Saffin, John, of Wolfliereston, Somerset, s. of George, of the same, 
17 Sept., 10 K. Jas. [1612], by W. Segar. [Arms, Az. three 
crescents, 2 and 1, arg. jessant as many estoiles of eight rays or. 
Crest, on a mural crown (ppr. ?) an estoile its in the arms, or.] Harl. 
MS. 1466, fo. 26'\ (Note by Foster.) 

P. 208. Raleigh, the Governor and Assistants in the City of Ruleigh in Virginia. 
See a copy of the Patent on the pages following. 

P. 221. For Sames, John, read Sammes, John. 

P. 247. Swiuoke, Thomas, the elder, of Maydstone, co. Kent, exemplified, ratified 
and confirmed to him and his posterity for ever, by R. St. George, 
Clar., Sa., three boars passant arg., Crest, a demi-griffin segreant 
reguardant sable, armed and beaked ar. (Note by Foster.) 

P. 200. Tyson, Richard, gent., 3 s. of Samuel, late of Woodland Green, co. Glouc, 
and of Kingston Seymour, co. Somerset, deed., 2 s. of Edward, 
sometime Sheriff and Alderman, as also Mayor of Bristol, 1659 and 
1660, Colonel of the Train'd bands in the said city, which Edward, 1 s. 
of Edward of Bristol, after of Clevedon, co. Somerset, s. of Nicholas, of 
Birket in Cumberland, etc., Arms painted and attested by Robert 
Dale. Suffolk Her. Vert, tliree lyons rampant regardant arg., crowned 
gules (? or). (Note by Foster.) 

P. 276. White, John, of Loudon, /or Buddyen read Buddyer. 



ADDITIONS AND CORRKCTIONS. XTll 

The following is a copy of the Patent from Queen's College, Oxford, MS. 137 
(old press-mark H. 36). The arms are painted in the margin, beginning with 
those of Raleigh in Virginia, with the motto beneath ; this is followed by the 
quartered arms and crest of John White, the other arms following one another in 
the order of the grant. The words printed in small capital letters are in the MS. 
written in larger letters. 

Raleigh Giuitas Virginea. 

To all and singuler nobles & gentlemen and others vninersally, to whome theis 
presents shall be seeue or knowne : William Dethick alias Garter Prineii)all King 
of Armes, & cheifest officer of Armes, of the most noble order of the Gartei-, with 
due Commendations and greetings : For as much as it is e.\pedient and by auneicnt 
Custome of honour obserued, that the vertuous worthy and valiant Acts, of excellent 
men imploied in the most honourable service of God their I'rince or Country in 
peace or Warr, together with the persons, might in all tymes and throwgh all ages, 
be honoured, rewarded, and their remembrance by sundry Monuments preserued, 
wherein, wherein [sic in MS.] the cheifest & most vsuall means hath bin, the 
bearing of Ensignes & tokens of honour in sheilds of Armes (That is to say) 
Persons soe meriting may flowrish, dureing their lines & their fame encrease, & 
continue in their ofspring and posterity for eaer : &a : We are therefore respectiuely 
to take notice in this behalfe, That wheras the Queens Ma"<' Elizabeth by the grace 
of God, Qiieene of England France & Ireland defender of the Faith, &o: by her 
hignes lettres Patents vnder the great Scale of England, bearing date at Westminster 
the 25"' day of March in the Sfi"" jeare of her Ma''''^ raigne, hath in most roiall 
Manner giucn and granted, to the Hono'"''-' S^ Walter Raleigh Knight, Lo"" of the 
Stannery in the Countyes of Devon & Cornwall, and to heires & Assignes free 
liberty and lycense to discouer, search find out, & veiwe such remoted, heathen & 
barbarous lands, Countryes & terretoryes not actually possessed of any Christian 
Prince, nor inhabited by Christian people as to himselfe heires and Assignes shall 
seemme good : And the same to hould & enioy, to him his heirs and .\8signes for 
euer, with all prerogaciues, Commodityes, .lui'isdicdons, Roialtyes, priuiledges 
Franchenses & prehemiuenses, therto or tlierabouts, both by sea and land, as the 
said lettres Patents, amongst diuerse gnifts grants, & Confirmations, therin 
Conteined more at large may appeare : And wheras since the granting or makeing 
of the said lettres Patents, by the means & industry & experience of the said 
S'' Walter Rawley and other his Associates Company or Assigners ther hath bin 
and now is a barbarous and heathen land or Country, found out and disconered, 
called or now termed, OssoMO coMac alias Wingundacoia alias Virginea neuer 
before that tyme actually possessed or inhabited by any Chrisiinn Prince or 
Christian people. And wher[iis] alsoe the said S'' Walter Raleigh Knight, for that 
the inhabiting of the said Country by Christian people, may be greatly to the glory 
of God the encrease of Christian faith and Religion, thenlargement of the Queens 
Ma"=^ Dominions the fetter execution of her highnes said grant the Common 
vtility of the whole Rcidme of England, And aswell the particuler benefit of euery 
particuler. Adventurer, and traueller, thether thencefrom or therin, as for other 
diuerse good causes and Considerations, And for vertuous Acts done and to be done, 
hath by his Indenture bearing date the day of theis presents Amongst diuerse and 
sundry gnifts, grants freely nominated elected, chosen, constituted made and 
appointed JoHX White of London gent, to be the cheifest governour, there and 
Roger Raylye : [1] Ananias Darr : Christopher Cooper : .... [2] AVilliam 
Fulwood, Roger Pratt, Dyonise Harvye, .John Nicholls, George Howe .... [3] and 
Symon Fardinando of London Gent, to be the twelue assistants there. And from the 
said gouernor and twehie Assistants, and their successors, hath for euer confirmed 
made incorporated and accepted one body Pollitique & Corporate, by the name title and 
Authority of The Gotjernour and Assistants of the Cittie of Raleigh in 

1. Later on ia grant, Baylie and Biiilj\ 2 and 3. Blanks, sutiicient for a name. 



xvm AtoDiTroNs aNd corrkcitons. 

ViRGiXEA WITH THAPPEHTENANCES, As by the Same Indenture amongst other 
things theriri sett downe, more at large may appeare. In Consideration wherof, 
and for sundry vertuous and renowned Acts, the enterprizes of the worshipfull, the 
said gouernour & Assistants, And to the end they and their Companie may be 
better assembled, knowne & vnited by names, Armes, Seales, Banners & Ensignes, 
necessary and to be vsed, in all their affaires & enterprizes of honour, loueing & 
assured Society : And for a further declaration and demonstration, of the premisses, 
being most willing & desirous, to second and accompanie all vertuous & honourable 
Acts and renowned Enterprizes, with the Cerimonies and remembrances, due and 
accustomed, such as to the Authority of my office, doth principally appertaine, 
haue Assigned giuen granted, Confirmed by blazon and exemplified, vnto tiie same 
originall & renowned Cittie of Raleigh in Virgimea with appertenaxces : 
And to the worshipfull the said Gouernour and Assistants, the first founders 
therof, And to the Cittizens and Communalty of the same, and to their successors 
for euer, theis Armes or Ensignes of honour in raannei- and forme following : viz : 
On a feild argent, A plaine Crosse gules, with a Robuck proper in the 
first quarter : and this syinbole or Poesie : Concordia : parva Crescunt And to 
the said John White his heires ofspring and posterity, tlieis Armes or Ensignes of 
honour following : viz : In the first field for a reward, Ermin on a canton gules, 
A FuzELL Argent In the second (for his owiie auncient Cote, by the name of 
"White) A Cheueron between three goates heads and razed Sables, The 
third (for Wymarke) on a bend Cotized Azure three Inchuchions of the 

FEILD, In the fourth (for Wyat) GULES TWO BARRS, gemweys betwee[n] 

3 martelletts. Argent. In the fift (for Killyowe) Or a Cheueron betweenb 
two Cinque foiles, and a mulett Sables : In the sixt for Gaker, Ermin on 
A bend Sables, three Phcenix heads, razed or, In the 7"" (for Buddyer) 
GULES A Cheueron Argent between three Cinquefoiles or. In the eighteth 
(for Butler) gules on [s(f] a fesse compound argent, and Sables betweene 
THREE CROSSES FORME FIXE OF THE SECOND [1] And liis Creast or Cognizance, 

on a HEALME ON A WREATH ARGEXT : & GULES [2], An ErMIN SEANT PROPER, 

MANTELLED GULES, DOBLED Argent, And Lo the Said Roger Baily his heires 
ofspring and posterity for euer, theis Armes or P]nsignes of honour following : viz : 
A Feild gules, a CROSSE Pattee betweene fower Fuzells Argent, And 
to the said Ananias Dare his heires ofspring & posterity for euer, theis Armes or 
Ensignes of bono'' followeing : viz : A Feild GULES, A CROSSE engraild 
BETWEENE FOWER FuzELLS ARGENT : And to the Said Christopher Cooper, his 
heires ofspring and posterity for euer, theis Armes or Ensignes of honour followeing, 

viz: A FEILD GULES ON A CHEUERON ARGENT, A FUZELL GULES, BETWEENE 

THREE Lyons passant gardant of the second, And to the said .... [3] his 
heires ofs))ring and posterity for euer theis Arnies or Ensignes of honour followeing : 
viz : A FEILD Ermin on a bend Cotized gules fiue fuzells Argent, And 
to the said .... [4] his heires ofspring & posterity for euer theis Armes or 
Ensignes of bono'' following viz: A Feeld Argent, two barres gules, on a 
CHEFFE of the SECOND, FIUE FUZELLS OF THE FIRST, And to the Said William 
Fullwood, his heires : viz : A Feild Ermin on a Plaine Crosse gules a fuzell 
Argent & or per pale in a cheefe Azure, three flower de luces of 
THE THIRD : And to the said Roger Pratt his heires ofspi'ing and posterity for euer, 
Theis Armes or Ensignes of linniiur I'ulloweing viz : A Fi:kli) I%kmix on a cheefe 
gules three fuzells Ai;i;i;.\t, And to the said Dinmsi' ll:ii\ye, his heires 
ofspring & posterity for cmr, thi'is; Ai'nies or Ensignes t>i liniiniii- I'djloweing : viz : 
A Feeld gules, a beare rami'ant, between three fuzels Argent, And 
to the said John Nicholes his heires ofspring & posterity theis Armes or Ensignes 
of honour followeing : viz : A Feild per rend argent and gules, fiue fuzels 

1. The painting ot this quarter shews : Gules, a fesse componee Argent and Sable between 
three crosses formy {aotfitchce) Argent. 

2. The wreath is Argent and Sable in the painted copy in the margin. 
3 and 4. J3lank spaces loft for the names. 



ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS. xix 

COUNTERCHANGED, And to the Said George Howe, his heires ofspring & posterity for 
eiier, theis Amies or Eusigties of honour followeiiig : viz. A Feild Argent, a fesse 
BETWEEXE THREE FUZELLS, GULES : [1] And to j" Said Fardinando his ofspring & 
posterity for euer theis Amies oi' Eusignes of hono'' fulloweing viz : A Feild 
Argent two barres wavee Azure, on a canton gules Three fuzells of 
THE FIRST : As in these presents depicted more plainly a]ipcaretli : Together with 
tlieir seuerall Creasts, or ('ognizance as in the Margeiits [2] lioreof are plainly & 
seuerally depicted, & sett I'drtlie : To HAUE and to HOULD all and singuler the 
seuerall named Arnies Ensignes of hono'' Creasts in Virginea with y" Apper- 
tenances. And to the worshijifull the said Gouernonr, and Assistants, Cittizens 
and Conmiunallty of the same, & to their successo" And to the heires ofspring & 
posterityes of the said gouernour, & Assistants, & euery of them for euer : And 
they to vse, beare enioy and shew forthe the same, with his >& their & euery of their 
liberty and pleasure, at all tynies for euer, aud in all places vniuersally, through all 
liegions, Kingdomes, Countryes & Dominions whatsueuer, christian or heathen by 
sea or by land : which seuerall Arnies Ensignes of honour, Creasts and Cognizance, 
& euery part and parcell therof, I the said : William Dethick alias Garter 
Principall King of Armes, doe by theise presents ratifie confirms giue aud 
grant vnto the said Cittye, and to the said John White, Roger Baylie, 
Annanias Darre, Christopher Cooper, .... [3] William Fullwood, Roger 
Pratt, Dionise Harvie, John Nicholls, George Howe, .... [4] and Symon 
Fardinando it to euery of them in seueiallity, & to the heires ofspriugs, and 
posterityes of them, & euery of them for euer, without lett impediment or interrup- 
tion of any person or persons, And to the intent the premisses may be divulged, 
& the remembrance therof had in perpetuity, doe require all Princes Nobles & 
gentiles, to take notice hereof, & to permit the same to passe with the priuiledges 
and fauours of honour, In Witnesse whereof: &a [5]. 



1. The arms of George Howe are given in the margin, not as blazoned in the text: Argent, 
on a chevron rjules between three «'o/rfs' [?] heads couped Sable, as many fusils hiinij fesseivays 
Argent. 

2. No crests are given in the margin of this copy, except to the quarterly arms of John White. 
3 and 4. Spaces left blank for names. 

5. A copy of this Grant preserved in Heralds' College is dated 1586. 



(iranttfs of ^rms 



NAMED IN 



Bdtquets anti ^Satcnts 
to tljc enti of tijc ntfj Century 

IN THE MSS. OF 

Cljc Britis!) iHusciim. 

ADDITIONAL MS. 37,117. 

By J. Foster, Hon. M.A., Oxon., 1898. 

It is recorded by W.-Segar, Somerset, afterwards Garter, that " Cooke, Clar., 
made many profitable Visitations, botli by hyraself and his deputyes, whoe, 
notwithstanding they were well entertayned, feasted and richly rewarded by the 
gent of y" cuntrey, iiath left no memory of them in the Generall office. These 
were upon deceasse attached by arrests, alienated and sonld. Two Norroys Kinges 
of Armes, two Windesors, Richmond, Lancaster, Somersett and Yorke, deceased, 
have done the like to the great sclaunder and decaye of the office and 
present." (Cott. MS. Faustina F. 1, fo. 263.) [printed.] 



Abbot, Robert, of London, gent., 9 Aug. 1654, by Sir E. Bysshe, Gart. Guil. 117. 
Abdye, Roger, of London, nierch' taylor & used at his buriall : on Thursday 

•26 .Jan. 1595 (corrected from .Jan. to June). Crest SO June 1595, by Lee, 

Clar. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 17^ 26 Jan. 1595-6, Stowe MS. 670, fo. 58" ; 

Harl. MS. 1430, fo. 108". 
Abell, John, of West Bergholt, Essex, 16 April 1573, by Cooke, Clar. Harl. MS. 

1085, fo. 9. 
Abingdon, John, Hindlippe, co. Wore, clerk of the green cloth, 5 Jan. 1577-8 ; 

by Ro. Cooke, Clar. MS. Ashm. 834, fo. 6", copy of Grant, Bodleian 

Lib. Guil. p. 213. 
Abington, Anthony, of Dedeswell, co. Glouc, one of the gent, ushers to Q. Eliz. 

1 595, by R. Lee, Clar. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 39, and Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 104 ; 

Harl. MS. 1069, fo. 8 ; Stowe MS. 670, fo. 65" ; Add. MS. 4966, fo, 92. 
„ Eustace, of Callevs and HerDs, 1 July 1546 (? by Hawley). Add. MS. 

16,940, fo. 201." 
Abnet, of Notts and of London, linen draper. Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 66. 
Aborkowgh, John, of Callys, 1 Jan. 1548-9 (? by Hawley). Add. MS. 16,940, 

fo. 203. 
Abraham, William, Wingrave, Bucks, 1669 (? by Bysshe, Clar.). Harl. MS. 1405, 

fo. 7; Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 16. 
ACHESON, Sir Archibald, Knt. and Bart., 1 Feb. 1631-2, by Lyon, Grtr. [K. of 

Arms?]. Add. MS. 2,689. 

u 



2 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTTJRT. 

ACKLAN, Hugh, of Acklan (co Devon), 1588, by Cooke's deputy, Stowe MS. 

670, fo. 22 ; Haii. MS. 5887, fo. 41^ 
Acres, George, s. of Robert, Acres Plall, co. Lane, gent., grant 16 Mar. 1576-7, 

by (Ulster K. of Arms), for services in Ireland, France, Flanders, and 

elsewhere. Harl. M.S. 1507, fo. 420, 2. Grants II., 680, Her. Coll. ; 

copy of patent Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 95 ; Hist. See. Lane, and 

Chesh., xxxiii., 257 ; Le Neve's MS. 420. 
Acton, John, Cheapside, the King's goldsmith certif., by Sir .T. Borough, Gart. 

Grants I., 431 ; Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 56 ; Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 91 ; 35,336, 

fo. 145; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 41. 
„ Sir Robert [of co. Worcester], and his nephew Robert, petty Captain augm : 

for taking [Mons. Honingcourt] a prisoner at siege of Bulleyne, by C. Barker, 

Gart. Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 4". 
Adam, Richard, London, Quar. of 6, 1590, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 95'' ; 

1598 in Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 121". 
„ Thomas, Saffron Walden, Essex, Esq., 30 Sept. 1614, by Camden. Harl. 

MS. 1422, fo. 39 ; 6095, fo. 31 ; Guil. 87. 
„ William, Tydd St. Mary, co. Line, 15 Feb. 1558-9, by Dalton & confi 

12 Oct. 1562, by Hervey. Harl. MS. 1359. fo. 45"; Add. MS. 16,940, 

fo. 59 ; Harl. MS. 1116, fo. 48. 
„ Philip, Owston, Yorks, 11 Aug. 1612, by St. George, Norr. Harl. MS. 1422, 

fo. 49" ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 72". 
„ Roger (als. Tasker), London, grant 1584 : alter" 1590, by Cooke. Harl. 

MS. 1359, fo. 103"; 1422, fo. 119" ; Guil. 197. 
„ William, of the Middle Temple, 14 Mar. 1639-40, by Borough. Harl. JIS. 

1105, fo. 56" ; Guil. 363. 
Addington, Thomas, London, nkinner, by Barker. Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 3; 

Stowe MS. 692, fo. 9". 
Adlee, Thomas, of Harvard Stoke [ ? Haverstoke] ? 16 . ., by Ro. Browne, Blue- 
mantle [?]. Harl. MS. 1085, fo. 8. 
Adlyn, John, London, 1590, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 101. 
Adte, John (or Ade), of Dodington, Kent, gent., s. and h. John of Sitting- 
bourne, gent., dec'', s. and h. John of Greete in Dodington, whose youngest 

bro. was Nich% who beareth, az : a fesse indented betw : 3 cherubims or: 

tlieir faces silver, crest grf to John and to Nicholas his bro., and the 

posterity of John of Greete, 20 May 1613, by Segar. Harl. MS. 1359, 

fo. 57", and 1470, fo. 169 ; copy of grant Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 12,225, 

fo. 2, and Guil. 83 ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 100 ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 63. 
Agard, Francis, of co. Derby, 1 Aug. 1566, by Harvey. Add. MS. 16,940, 

fo. 8. Grants I., 406 ; Add. MS. 35,336, fo. 137. 
Agbrowe, Edward and Robert, sons of Wm., 1656, by Bysshe, Garter. Add. MS. 

26,758, fo. 16" ; per fess undee azure and gules three saltorelles argent. 
Agborough, Sir Robert (ats. Towuesend, Kt., etc.) ; name and arms of Townsend 

29 May 1663 ; by Walker, with consent of Horatio, Lord Townsend. Add. 

MS. 14,293, fo. 46 ; 14,294, fo. 17" ; Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 56 (and Guil. 245). 

Copy of grants. 
Agmondisham, John, Rough Barnes, Surrey, by Cooke. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 

26. 
AiSLABY, George, principal registrar of the Archbishoprick of York (s. of Robt. 

Osgodby, Yorks), 25 Oct. 1663, by Walker. Add. MS. 14,293, fo. 61; 
14,294, fo. 15" ; Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 63. (Guil. 370) copy of grant. 
Akeyrod, Henry, Folkesthorpe, Yorks, 1 June 1614, by Ri. S,t. George. 

Cains Coll. Camb. MS. 528, fo. 3. Copy of grant. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 61 ; 

Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 37" ; Stowe MS. 703, fo. 71. 
Alberye, Thomas, Wokingham, Berks, 9 Nov. 1590, by Cooke. (Harl. MS. 1441, 

fo. 13", copy of grant Brit. Mus.), 1359, fo. 103 (10'" Nov. in Harl. MS. 

6140, fo. 52") ; fonr stockdoves. 



GRANTEES OE ARMS TO THE END OE THE XVII. CENTURY. 3 

ALDE>f, John, of [Hertfordsliiiv] the Middle Temple, assigned 8 Sept. 1C07, 

by Camden. Hail. MS. 1422, fo. -40 ; Gnil. 95. 
Aldenn, Gawen van, born in Cologne, Stowe MS. 706, to. 60, bj' G. Dethick, Gart. 

in I.atin ; Grants I., 95. Add. MS. 35,336, fo. 126, 99 ; V. 0. Grants 150. 
Aldhaji, .John, Sliymplyuge, Norfolk, 1563, by Harvey. Add. MS. 16,940, 

fo. 44. 
Aldeed, .John, Lyons in France, 1585, by Cooke's depnfcy. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 

Aldrydgk, Robert, Doctor, register of the order of the Garter, 25 Jan. 1536-7, 

by Barker. Stowe MS. 692, fo. 2^ ; Cott. MS. Faustina E. 1, 13. 
Aldersey, Lawrence, son of Thos., of Chester, confirmed 1597, by W. Dethick, 

Gart. Add. MS. 35,336, fo. 31 ; V. 0. Grants 174. 
Alexander, . . . ., by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 2''; arg. 5 barrulets gu. over 
all a lyon ramp' holding a battle axe or. 
„ Richard, of Herts, gent. ^ Add. MS. 35,336, fo. 70 ; V. 0. Grants 494. 
„ Thomas, Framlingham, Suif: (married, etc.), 6 July 1664, by Bysshe (?). 
Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 38. 

Alfrey, Susse.x, crest by Barker. Stowe MS. 692, fo. 10" ; Harl. MS. 5846, 

fo. 3'' ; two demi swans indorsed, their necks, the one closed with the 
other, the first sa. the 2"'' arg., etc. 
„ John, 1 Mar. 1459-60, by John Smart, Gart. (quartering Brnggs), attested 
by Cooke, 1595. Harl. MS. 4900, fo. 16'', copy of Grant, Brit. Mus. 
Alfray, Thomas, Battle, Sussex, 1591, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 95''. 
Alicock, Thomas, Silvertoft, Northamptonsh. Crest 8 June 1616, by Segar and 

E. St. George. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 2 ; Guil. 233. 
Alison, Robert, Hastinglee, Kent, 1587, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 88'' ; 
Add. MS. 4966, fo. 53. 

Al[l]an, , Stamford, by W. Dethick. Harl. MS. 1453, fo. 33" ; entered 

by R. Brooke, York Herald. 
Allen, .'..., Essex, bv Cooke, Clar. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 34. Giles of Haseleigh, 

31 Eliz. 1589 ;" Vis. London 1634; Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 143". 
Allen (Aleyn), Christ'', Yorks, 1550, by ? Hervey. Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 11. 

Christ% Borden, Kent. Crest, 17 Feb. 1615-16, by Segar. Add. MS. 8932, 

fo. 4 ; Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 3 : Guil. 196 ; Le Neve's MS. 254. 
Edward {see Thomas), Sheriff, London. Crest, 17 Aug. 1620, by Camden. 

Harl. MS. 6095, fo. 37 ; Grants IL, 578 ; Guil. 389. 

Francis, of Chelsey, Esq., one of the clerks of the Q's Majesties privy 

Council, 2 Julv 1563, by Sir G. Dethick, Gart. Q's Coll. Ox. MS. 145, 

fo. 7 ; Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 64" ; (Grants IL, 652) ; Harl. MS. 1116, fo. 80". 

George (s. of George), Stanton Woodhnu.se, par. of Youlgreave, co. Derby ; 

conf 6 June 1586, by Flower. MS. Ashni. 844, fo. 64, copy of gra'nt 

Bodleian Lib. ; 16"' June in Guil. 116 ; Reliquarv, xxi., 240. 

Sir John, Thasted, Essex, lemp. H. 8. Add. MS." 26,702, fo. 14 ; 45,887, 

fo. 5. 
Thos. (AUeyne), Northants, 9 Dec. 1458, 37 Hen. VI., by Guyan, K. of 
Arms ; Grants II. , .578 and 684. Stowe MS. 676, fo. 2 ; Q's Coil. Oxf. MS. 
37, fo. 3, and 146, fo. 16". Copy of grant also in Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 1''. 
Thos. (Aleyn), of the Court, Porter, by Barker. Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 2". 
Thomas and Edward, of city of London, (sons of Thomas). Crest, 17 Aug. 

1620, by Camden ; Grants II. , 578. {See Edward above.) 
Wm. (Alyn), of Railey, Essex, gent., by Barker. Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 2'' ; 

Stowe MS. 692, fo. 9. 
William, Alderm. of London, 1561, by Harvey. Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 25". 
William, Brindley, Cheshire, 22 Aug. 1613, by R. St. George. Harl. MS. 

1422, fo. 81 ; 1441, fo. 153. 
Capt. William, then Comanding a Company of foot and drum major at 
Oxford, 11 March 1644, by Walker, Gart. Her. Coll., 25. 



4 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

Allenson, Sir William, Kt., late Lord mayor, aud now Aldenn. city of York, 

29iMay 1635, by Sir W"" Le Neve, Norr. Surtees Soc, xli., p. 5i'. Copy of 

grant, Brit. Mns., Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 20. 
Allett, John, of Imber, co. Line, and now of city of London, and Sheriff, 

27 Aug. 1580, by Sir G. Dethick, Gart. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 100^ and Q'b 

Coll. 0.\f. MS. 145, fo. 50 (in both erroneously written Abbott). See 

his wife, next entry. Add. MS. 4966, fo. 53, 70. 
Allott, Alice or Anne, of London, dau. of Edmund Key, and widow of Hy. Melishe 

of London, and wife of John Allett last named, by ^^ Dethick, Gart. 

Harl. MS. 1453, fo. 35''; 3526, fo. 143''; Add. MS. 26,753, fo. 122''. The 

coat is antiently borne by the name of Presser, a coat fitte for any noble- 
man ; entered by Brooke. See Key. 
Alsopp, John, of London, Aug. 1597, by Rhee [Lee], Clar. Harl. MS. 1537, fo. 

108''. 
Alston, Sir Edward, D. Med. presid. and fell. Leyden in Holland, 4 Feb. 1643-4. 

Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 11''. Licence to practice in England, 20 June 1665. 
Altham, James, London, alderm., 5 Sept. 1559, by Harvey. Add. MS. 16,940, 

fo. 28''; Cot., Her. ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 67" ; Exhib. Socy. Antiq., 64. 
Alverston, see Jenocre. 
Alwarde, see Awford, John, Ipswich, Surrey [s«:], by Barker. Coat, Harl. MS. 

5846, fo. 2 and 3 ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 10" and 9. Crest, Add. MS. 

26,702, fo. 55, and coat. 
Alworth, Giles, of Meighing, par. of Wroughton, Wilts, gent., a loyal person, 

12 Oct. 1662, by E. Walker, Gart. Her. Coll., fo. 48. 
Amcotes, Alex'', of Stropp, co. Line, Quarterly of 6, and crest conf^ 5 Oct. 1548, 

by Barker. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 14; 1422, fo. 11"; Add. MS. 26,702, 

fo. 60. 
Amerideth, Edward, Quar. of 4 and crest, by W. Dethick, Gart., Camden and 

Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 5". 
Amery, or Emery, Thomas, of Little Badow, Essex (son of Thos. son of Thos.) ; 

conf 20 May 1628, by Segar. C. 21, fo. 78, Her. Coll. ; Gull. 358 ; Add. 

MS. 12,225, fo. 39'' ; Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 43. 
Amherst (Richard), Kent, May 1607, by Camden. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 20 ; 

6095, fo. 9" ; Berry and Guil., 339. 
Amorye, or St. Amorye, Giles, Cotherington, co. Glouc, 1592, by Cooke. Harl. 

MS. 1359, fo. 112 ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 93. 
Amy, Jolin, London, D.C.L., Master in Chancery and Advocate in the Court of 

Arches ; son of John, son of Robert of Abington, co. Camb. ; son of Symon, 

etc., 10 April 1593, by W. Dethick, Gart. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 37, fo. 84 ; 

copy of grant ; Stowe JIS. 676, fo. 61 ; Add. MS. 35,336, fo. 62 ; V. 0. 

Grants 423 ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 49" ; 1105, fo. 3. 
Amyas, Thomas, Depliam, Norfolk, 1576, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 123. 
Amydas, Robert, London, gent., by Barker. Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 2 ; Stowe MS. 

692, fo. 9 ; Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 53. 
Anderson, Edmond, Erbury, co. Warwick, 4 July 1572, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 

1359, fo. 122" ; MS. Ashm. 844, fo. 17, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; 

Grants IL, 526, and Guil. 86. 
„ Henry, of the towne of Newcastle upon Tvue, gent., 3 Nov. 1547, by 

(i. Dethick, Norr. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 5" ; "1507, fo. 422, copy of grant 

Brit. Museum ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 37, fo. 12 ; 39, fo. 9, and Guil. 230 ; 

Add. MS. 35,336, fo. 7, and V. 0. Grants 45 ; Le Neve's MS. 432. 
Andrew, Thomas, and his brethren, Randolf, Richard, W'", and James ; coat 

conf and crest granted 1334, 8 Ed. I JL, by Guyan, K. of Arms ; a forgery ; 

copy of patent, Harl. MS. 1507, fo. 99, 431, and Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, 

fo. 1, and 146, fo. 19 ; Le Neve's MS. 431. 
„ Thomas, s. and h. of Ricl.ard, co. Warwick, gent., conf'' 1476, by Thomas 

[Holme], Clar. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 28''. 



GRANTteKS OP ARMS TO THE END OF TttE XVIt. CENTrRY. 5 

Andrewes , crest, a svevhound's head, etc., by Barker. Harl. JIS. 5840, 

to. 5" ; StoweMS.'692, fo. 10'>. 
Andrews, John, Little Lever, Lane, gent., 16 Mar. 1664-5, by W. Diigdalc, 

Norr. ; entered at Visit" (Her. Coll.) C. 37, 72''. 
Andrewes, Sir Matthew, Kt., Hcarsham and Ashley, Surrey, President East 

India Co., 9 Dec. 1675, by W. Dngdale. Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 178 ; Grants 

IIL, 2l>, and Add. MS. 35,836, fo. 148. 
„ Anthony, Bisbrooke, Rntland, gent., 28 Oct. 1583, by Sir G. Dethick, Gart. 

Q's Coll. Oxf. ]\IS. 145, fo. 13" ; Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 69 ; Grants L, p. 2i8 ; 

Add. MS. 35,336, fo. 121. 
„ John. See above. 
„ Eichard, Lynton, co. Wore, grant 27 iFarch 1529, by T. Wriothcslcy, dait. 

Copy of grant in French, Brit. Mus., Harl. J\LS. 1507, fo. 376, and Q"s Coll. 

Oxf. MS*. 38, fo. 21 ; 25 May in Harl. MS. 7025, fo. 199 ; Le Neve's 

MS. 376. 
„ Thomas, Bury S' Edmund's, Suff., 1500, by Harvey. Add. MS. 16,940, 

fo. 11"; Harl. MS. 1116, fo. 57. 
Angell, William, of London, son of Thos. of Pecarke, Northts., gent., son of 

Robert ; confirmed by Camdeu. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 40" ; 6095, 

fo. 33. 
„ William, of London, son of Thos., son of Robt. of Pekark, Northts. ; crest 

1 May 1614, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 5" ; Grants II., fo. 483. 
Angevin, Bernard, letters patent 11 Mar. 1445-6, dated from palace Westnl^ 

Harl. MS. 1470, fo. 59 ; MS. Ashm. 840, fo. 109 ; 858, fo. 62, copy of 

grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Rymer's Fcedera, xi., 81. 
Anguish, . . . ., Norwich, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 5 ; (Harl. JIS. 105.-., 

fo. 39). 
Annesley, Sir Francis, Knt. and Bart., Vice treas'' and Chief Sec. Ireluiul and ot 

the King's Privy Council there, and Vise' Valentia, and by reason of that 

dignity Vice treas"^ ; supporters granted 6 March 1627-8, hy Segar. Add. 

MS. 12,225, fo. 5. 

Anscell, by Cooke, Clar. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 54". 

AN8TRUTHER, Sir James, of Ardrie, clerk to the bills ; 2"'' son of Sir Philip of that 

ilk; matriculated 15 May 1682, by Erskine, Lyon K. of Arms. Stowo 

MS. 714, fo. 92". 
Antrobus, Thomas, one of the six clerks [in Chancery], Sept. 1604, by Camden. 

Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 18, and 6095, fo. 2. 
Anwick, John, London (bv Sir G. Dethiek). Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 14 5, fo. 3o" ; 

Harl. MS. 1441, fo'. 79"; 6179, fo. 19"; 614U, fo. 39; Stowe JLS, 703, 

fo. 33". 
Aplegarth, Robert, Ropley, Southants ; crest granted 31 May 1569, by Sir G. 

Dethick, Gart., Cooke and Flower. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 156 (MS. 

145, fo. 23); Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 55 ; 1441, fo. 75"; MS. Ashm. 844, 

fo. 22, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; of Copley, Surrey, in Guil. 222. 
Apothecaries' Company, arms, crest and supporters, 12 Dec. 1619, by Camden. 

Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 77 ; Her. and Geneal. i., 124. 
Appenreth, Griffith, of the towne of Callais, by Barker. Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 4 ; 

Stowe MS. 692, fo. 9" ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 8. 
Archdale, Martin, London, 29 Oct. 1578, by Ro. Cooke, Clar. Harl. MS. l 105, 

fo. 8"; 6140, fo. 32". Quartering Sexton, confirmed by Win. Dctlnek. 

Harl. MS. 1453, fo. 35" ; entered by R. Brooke. 
Archer, Andrew, Tamworth, co. Warwick, Esn. ; crest 1597, by R. Lee, Clar. 

Hark MS. 1359, fo. 39; 1422, fo. 94 ; Add. M>. 14,295, fo. 121. 
„ Henry, Theydon Gernon, Essex, son of W'", 2 son of Rich'', son of John, 

son of Symonde Boys of Theydon Gernon ; crest 2 Apr. 1575, by Cooke. 

Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 7, and Morgan's Sphere, ii., 74 ; Grants II., 493, 515 ; 

copy of grant Brit. Mus., Add. MS. 12,474, fo. 116. 



6 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OiF THE XVlI. CH^TURY. 

AuCHEE, John, London, sjeiit., son of John, late of Kent, son of Thos. of Tlieydon 

Gernon, Essex, gent., son of Jolin, son of Simon de Boys; cotifirnied 

2 Apr. 1575, by Cooke. Stowe MS. 677, fo. IS^ ; Grants II., 493, 515, 

ermine on a cross sable, a crescent in Bannerman's MS. 9, fo. 447. 
„ Robert, Wainfleet, co. Line, and Tamworth, co. Warw., 24 Mar. 1684-5, by 

Sir W™ Dnjrdale and Clar. Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 178; Grants III., fo. 268 ; 

Lansd. MS.^867, fo. 52 ; Add. MS. 35,336, fo. 173. 
Arden, Mary, d. and h. Robt. of Wellingcote, co. Warw. ; wife of John Shakespeare 

of Stratford on Avon, 1599, by W. Dethick, Gart., and Camden. Miscel. 

Geneal. et Heral. 2 Series, vol. i., p. 109 ; Grants II., 508. 
UE, William, of Stretton (Biggleswade), Beds, Clerk of the Market of the 

King's most honourable household, by Barker. Harl. Soc. 5846, fo. 2'' ; 

Stowe MS. 692, fo. 9"; Grants I., 286. 
Ardeen, William, of Beds, son of Thos. of Cheshire, gent.; grant 20 Nov. 1550. 

Q's* Coll. Oxf. MS. 37, fo. 28, and 39, fol. 30, copy of grant; Harl. MS. 

1359, fo. 81 ; Add. MS. 35,336 and V. 0. Grants, fo. 4. 
AiiGALL, Thomas, crest confirmed 1562, by Harvey. Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 59\ by 

Uarkei- ; Stowe AIS. 692, fo. 6, as Argoyll, then of Surrey. 
Armar, or Armourer, Francis, Belford, Northbld., gent.; crest 10 Dec. 1547, by 

G Dethick, Norr. Harl. MS. 1507, fo. 438, copy of grant, Brit. Mus., 

and Q's Coll. Oxf. MSS. 37, fo. 15; 39, fol. 6 ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 4; 

Grants I., 332 ; V. 0. Grants, fo. 48, and Add. MS. 35,336, fo. 8 ; 

Le Neve's MS. 438. 
Abmitage (Robert), London, from Doncaster, by Segar. Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 76 ; 

Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 3 ; C. 24, Her. Coll., and Guil. 74 ; Add. MS. 4966, 

fo. 54. 
Aemoree, Sir William, first equerry of the Great Horse to the Kmg ; Augm. 

8 July 1662, by Walker. MS. Ashm. 840, pp. 423-4 ; 858, pp. 226-7, 

copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. (equerry to K. Jas. and K. Chas. I.; Major 

and Lt.-Col. of horse ; followed the King into the Low Country, and 

returned with him to England. Copy of grant Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 9 ; 

Add. MS. 14,293, fo. 31 ; 14,294, fo. 4"). 
Armorers' Company, 15 Oct. 1556, by T. Hawley. MS. Ashm. 858, p. 18, copy 

of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Her. and Geneal, i., 122 ; Proc. Soc. of Antiq., 

2nd. Series, vol. i., 1860, p. 197 ; 10 Oct. in Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 208'' ; 

Cat. Her. Exhib. Soc. Antiq., 64. 
Arnold, Edmund, of Gt. and Little Leesthorp, co. Leic, Esq., LL.B., Dec. 1663. 

Harl. MS. 1107, fo. 17 ; 1470, fo. 127 ; g. D. [gives Date ?] patent [Dec] 

a" 1653 in Guil. 334 ; Bysshe's Grants, fo. 4. in Her. Coll., and Grants I., 

178. 
„ Richard, citizen and Haberdasher of London ; ciest i;ianti'(l 31 Dec. 1611, 

by Segar. Harl. MS. 1507, fo. 117, copy of ,i;r:uii, i'.ril. Miis., and Q's 

Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 121, and Harl. MS. 117-. lu. 17; Add. MS. 

12,225, fo. 3'' ; Guil. 334 ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 26" ; Harl. MS. 6140, 

fo. 26^ 
„ Roger, Middx., gent., grant 20 Feb. 1564-5, by Sir G. Dethick, Gart. 

Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 70"^ ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 125, copy of grant ; 

Grants I., 178 ; Add. MS. 35,336. fo. Ill ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 7. 
Arpe, Peter, Chertsey, Surrey, 30 June 1631, by R. St. George. Add. MS. 14,295, 

fo. 67\ and I. 23, fo. 67''. Her. Coll. 
Arras ais. Hitchcock, Robert, Caversfield, Bucks, gent.; Arras quartering Clarke, 

30 Nov. 1560, by Daltou. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 44"; Add. MS. 16,940, 

fo. 22 ; Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 107". 
Arthur, . . . ., Springfield, Essex, . . . ., by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 3" ; 

C. 21, fo. 203", Her. Coll., and Guil. 295. 
„ John, of Dorset, Esq., 4 Feb. 164C-7, by Bysshe, Gart. Hail. MS. 6140, 

fo. 18. 



GBANTEES OF AEMS 10 THE END OF THE X-VII. CE^TTJRy. 7 

Artificeks' Cojipany. tSee Tradesmen. Hail. M8. 1410, fo. 11. 

Artillery Coiipany, The Honourable. See Military. 

Arundel, Earl of (Philip), Achvm' 28 May la.SO, by Cooke. MS. Asliin. SU, 

lb. 38, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. 
„ Col. Iliehd., of Trerise, Baron Arundel of Ticrise 17 ('has. 11. ; i-uppoiters 

20 April 1665, by Sir Edward Walker, Uurt. llarl. iMS. (Uil'j, fo. 79; 

K. C. Families, iii., 162. 
AsHAWE, Ijeonaid, of Sbawe, co. Lane, son of Leonard, son of Roger, Esquire, of 

the Hill; Quar. of (! ; crest granted 6 May 1590, by Scgar, Somerset, 

Norroy nominate. Q"s Coll. Oxf. MS. 146, fo. 44; Harl. MS. 1359, 

fo. 36" ; 1422, fo. 114"; Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 4 ; 14,295, fo. 115'', and 

Guil. 230. 
AsHBURNHAM, Lord, supporters 24 June 1689, by T. St. George, Gart. llarl. JLS. 

6834, fo. GS ; Grants IV., 45. 
ASHBY, . . . ., Quenby, co. Leic., Quarterly, crest granted 1602, by Camden. Harl. 

MS. 6095, fo. 22^ 
Ashe als Esse, . . . ., Devon, confirmed Dec. 1613, by Camden. Harl. MS. 6095, 

fo. 28 ; Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 38". 
AsHMOLE, Elias, ^yindsor Herald, crest, etc., 13 Aug. 1660, by W. Dugdale, 

Norr. (Her. Coll.), and 16 May 1661 (Berry). See also Harl." MS. 

1105, fo. ^O"; Bysshe's Grants, fo. 19, Her. Coll., original grant in 

Bodleian Lib. 
AsHTON, Christopher, Croston, co. Lane, gent., crest 17 May 1548, by G. Dethick, 

Norr. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 3 ; 1507, fo. 448, copy of graut, Brit. Mus., 

and Q's Coll. Oxf. MSS. 37, fo. 21 ; 39, fo. 16, and 38, fo. 51 ; Stowe MS. 

676, fo. 17" ; Cott. MS. Faustina E. 1, 59 ; (confirmed by Camden to 

Asbton of Hampton Ct. in Hants, Guil. 352) ; Grants I., 332 ; V. 0. 

Grauts 53 ; Add. iMS. 35,336, fo. 10 ; Le Neve's MS. 448. 
„ Henry, Colonel to Emperor of all the Russias, confirmed 16 Aug. 1632, by 

Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 2" ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 79". 
„ Ricbard, Whalley, co. Lane, gent. (2. s. Raufe of Gt. Laver), receiver of 

the revenues for co. Lane, and Northbld., Cuinbld., Westmld. and the Bpk. 

of Durham ; Quarterly, confirmed 1 Dec. 1561, by Dalton. Harl. MS. 

1359, fo. 52, crest granted. 
„ Sir Thos. and Sir Piers a Leigh, Holyroode Day, May, 11 Hen. VIL, 1496, 

determined in the King's Chamber at Westminster, by the Earl of Derby, 

before Garter and Norroy, for each of the above. Harl. MS. 1424, 

fo. 86". 
AsHWORTH, Gervais, Eton, Windsor, attested March 1585, by Flower, Norr., and 

his son, Somerset. MS. Ashm. 844, fo. 17, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib., 

and Guil. 130. 
AsKETYXE, James, als Astyne, of Morrant's Court, Kent, Esq., crest 6 June 1578, 

by Sir Gilb. Dethicke, Gart. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 59; Grants L, 131 ; 

Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 163, copy of grant ; Add. MS. 35,336, fo. 104 ; 

Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 27". 
„ Richard, als Astyn, of par. of West Peckham, Kent, 4 Oct. 1572, by Sir G. 

Dethick. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 79 ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 29". 
Askew (Alan), of Gray's Inn (sou Christopher of Richmond, Yorks), crest (Stowe 

MS. 706, fo. 15") 15 March 1615-16, by St. George, Norroy. 
„ Christopher, mayor of London 1533. Harl. MS. 1116, fo. 38", by Richmond, 

Clarencieiix. 
ASPIN, Rev. Wm., rector of Emberton, Bucks, 20 Feb. 1667-8, by Sir T. St. 

George, Gart. and Clar. Hail. MS. 6179, fo. 63 ; Harl. MS. 6834, 

fo. 17 ; Grants HI., fo. 342 ; Lansd. MS. 867, fo. 52 ; Add. MS. 35,336, 

fo. 180. 
Astell, Heniy, of Knaptoft, co. Leic, augm. and crest 1581, by Cooke, Clar. 

Bannerman's MS. No. 9, fo. 445. 



8 GRAMTEES OE ABMS TO THE END OF THE XT]I. C1^T■DKT. 

AsTEN, Thomas, gent., confirmed at Amsterdam 27 Dec. 1653, by Sir E. Walker, 

Gart. Her. Coll., fo. 45. 
AsTLEY, Jacob, Lord, supporters 28 Mar. 1648, by Sir E. Walker, Gart. Her. 

Coll., fo. 12 ; Le Neve's MS. 4. 
AsTRY, Sir Raufe, L. IMayor London (1493-94) 12 Sep. 2 [Rich. III., 1484 ?], 

(1480—86), per T. Holme, Clan, Kt. Harl. Soc. Bedfordshire [p. 77 ??] 

temp. E. IV. ; Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 28. 
Atcheley, Robert, Draper, Alderm. of Barnards Castle Ward, sen''. Sheriff, London, 

1504 ; coat on crest temp. H. 7. Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 34". 
Atchequer. See Harfleat. 
Athowe, John, Breseley, Norfolk, 1586, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 91, and 

1422, fo. 93 ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 64". 
Atkins (Henry), D. phys., by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 17"; 2275, fo. 90 ; 

1115, fo. 8 ; and 5839, fo. 2 ; Morgan's Sphere, 107. 
„ Thomas, of ye county and city of Gloucester, by Barker. Harl. MS. 5846, 

fo. 4"; StoweMS. 692, fo. 11. 
Probably the same — 
Thomas, of Hempsted, co. and city of Glouc. ; crest 26 Nov. 1548, by 

Barker. Stowe MS. 677, fo. 48 ; copy of grant 606, fo. 60. 
Atkinson, . . . ., co. Camb., 1624 ; sa. a cross flory az. betw. 4 escallop shells or ; 

crest, a lion sejant arg. holding in the dexter paw an escallop shell or, by 

Segar. Berry. 
„ Robert, Newark, Notts, Capt. of a troop of horse under the command of the 

Rt. Hon. the Marquis of Newcastle for safeguard of the Northern parts of 

the realm 28 Nov. 1663, by W. Dugdale, Norr. (Her. Coll.). 
Axon, William de, challenged the arms borne by Robert de Bointon, and was 

upheld on submission to Lord Percy, 5 April 1375. Harl. MS. 1178, 

fo, 44. 
Attlee, Will, of Lee, Sussex, gent., C.C. and C.G. 15 Nov. 1567, by G. Dethick, 

Gart., Cooke and Flower. Le Neve's MS. 495. 
Atslow, Edward, of London, D. phys., sou of Wm. of Everseale, Beds, gent., by 

his wife Ann, d. and h. of John Lobenham of Brikelsworth, Norfolk, 

gent. ; crest 27 June 1579, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1052, fo. 192", copy of 

grant Brit. Mus., Harl. MS. 5887, fo, 62". 
Atterbury, . . . ., Atterbury, Northants, by Cooke. Stowe MS. 670, 

fo. 33". 
Attye, Arthur, of Newington, Secy, to Robt. Dudley, Earl of Leicester, 1583, by 

Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 98"; Atye in Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 35"; 

Guil. 182 ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 63. 
Atwater, William, D.I)., Dean of H. M's Chapel, grant 13 April 1509, by 

Wriothesley, Gart., and R. Machado ate. Richmont, Clar. Stowe MS. 676, 

fo. 8 ; MS. Ashin. 858, p. 17, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; V.O. Grants 

97; Add MS. 35,336, fo. 19. 
„ William, S.T.D., Caunington, Soni', dean of H. M's chapel ; crest 28 June 

1513, by Wriothesley, Gart., and Beuolte, Clar. Stowe MS. 676, fo. 10 ; 

MS. Ashm. 858, pp. 9 — 10, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib., and in French, 

Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 27 ; V. 0. Grants 97, etc. 
Atwell, John, Mamhead, Devon, gent., 7 or 17 Feb. 1614-15, by Camden. 

Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 63" ; 9"' Feb., in Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 39", and 6095, 

fo. 32 ; C. 2, fo. 153, Devon, Her. Coll.; H. St. George, 9 Feb. 1614, in 

Le Neve's MS. 332. 
Atwood, John, Worcester, release (in French) of arms to him by Humphrey 

Smethwick, patent 6 H. 6, 1428. MS. Ashm. 35, fo. 366, copy of grant, 

Bodleian Lib. 
Aubrey, William, of co. Brecon, D.C.L., 10 June 1572, by Cooke. MS. Ashm. 

844, fo. 35, 36, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 37, 

fo. 52 ; V. 0. Grants 429 ; Add. MS. 35,336, fo. 63. 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 9 

AuDLEY, . . . ., Essex, crest, by Barker (153G— 50); Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 4; 

Stowe MS. 692, fo. lO". 
„ Robert, of Beerchurcli, Essex, Esq., confiimatloii la Feb. 1578-9, by Cooke, 

Clar. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 88, fo. 96, copy of cuiifirmation. 
„ Thomas, London, son of .John, of Sutton, Kent, sent., and Maudlin his wife, 

dau. of John Hare of London ; confirmed 7 Oct. 1608, by Camden. Stowe 

MS. 677, fo. 12"; Guil. 199. 
AuDYN, Laurence, Dorchester, by Se.u;ar. Add. JISS. 12,225, fo. 4'', and 49t;6, 

fo. 55" ; Harl. MS. 6146, fo. 77". 
AuNEBY, .John, of Sherwood Hall, within the township of Eyronod (? Ewood), 

Yorks. 11 Aug. 1612, by R. St. George, Norr. Stowe MS. 706, fo. 14" ; 

Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 72"." 
Adxger, Richard, Cambridge, esq., s. of .John (and Elinor his wife, d. and co-h. 

of .John Baron, gent.), s. of Richard, lineally descended of the ancient 

house of Aunger, of Essex ; Quarterly coat, crest given 28 Nov. 1581, by 

Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 121 ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 105, copy of 

grant. 
AusTEX, London, exemplified 1603, by W. Dethick, Cart. ; a patent Jan. 1606, 

by Camden. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 19" ; 6095, fo. 6 ; Harl. MS. 1441, 

fo. 122". 
„ . . . ., London, ? impaling Grimes, May 1611, by Camden. Harl. MS. 1422, 

fo. 36, No. 1, and 6095, fo. 15, No. 1 ; entered in Visit. Surrey, 1662, to 

Sir James Austin of Southwark ; Add. MS. 5533, fo. 158. 
„ Edward, Tenterden, Kent, crest 12 April 1603, by Camden. Harl. MS. 

1470, fo. 166, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. ; May 1611 in Harl. MS. 1422, 

fo. 36, No. 2, and 6095, fo. 15, No. 2 ; Grants I., 30 ; Guil. 189 ; Add. 

MS. 35,336, fo. 89 ; Le Neve's MS. 457. 
„ John, s. of Richard, of Walpole, Norfolk, confirmed or testified 20 Nov. 1625, 

by R. St. George, Clar. Grants IL, 651. 
AvELiN. See Evelyn. 
AvENON, Alexander, Alderm. of London (fr. Cornwall), 21 Jan. 1566-7, by Sir G. 

Dethick, Gart. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 11 ; Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 67". 

Avenoy in Stowe MS. 703, fo. 14. 
Avery, William, Fillongley, co. Warwick, 25 June 1579, by Cooke. Misc. 

Gen. et Her., i., 230, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. 
AWFORD, John {see Alvard), coat, by Barker (1526—50). Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 2 ; 

Stowe MS. 692, fo. 9. For crest see Alvard v. Alward. Add. MS. 26,702, 

fo. 55. 
Ayde, John, Lincoln's Inn, studt.-at-law (s. of Thos. of ICetteringham, Norfk., 

gent., s. of Thos. of co. Dublin), 7 June 1664, by Walker. Harl. 

Ms. 1172, fo. 37 ; Add. MS. 14,293, fo. 42; 14,294, fo. 10", and Guil. 

259. 
Aylett, John, of Magdalen Laver, Essex, capt. of a troop of horse in the reg' of 

the Rt. Hon. Lord Lucas, did with much courage behave himself in several 

encounters on Hilton Hills and in Sunderland against the Scottish army 

then invading this Kingdom, and since served at the battail of Listithiell, 

Newbury, etc.; at Oxford 20 Nov. 1645, by Walker. Harl. MS. 1172, 

fo. 70" ; Add. MS. 14,293, fo. 94, and 14,294, fo. 32 ; Her. Coll., fo. 28. 

See Harl. MS. 1397, fo. 258". 
Aylyffe (Aleiffe), , of Colvell, Kent, by Barker. Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 3 ; 

Stowe MS. 692, fo. 10". 
„ Sir John, Sheriff of London (fr. AVilts), 5 March 1548-9, by Hawley. 

Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 203, and Harl. MSS. 1165, fo. 27", and 6140, fo. 

125. 
Aylmer, Sir John, confirmed June 1607, by Camden. Harl. MS. 6095, fo. 9" 

(this patent was given to Samuel A. of Mogelinton Hall ats Mowden Hall, 

Essex, Esq.). 





10 GRANTEES OF AUMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTTJRT. 

Aylmeii, Samuel, 10 Nov. 15'J7, by Wiu. Detliick, Gart., a bird called an " Aley." 

Hail. MS, 1422, fo. 19; Q's Coll. Oxf. MSS. ,S6, fo. 59, and 38, fo. lU, 

copy of grant ; Stowe MS. 676, fo. 119" ; V. 0. Grants 2;i8 ; Add. :MS. 

35,336, fo. 44. 
Ayloff, William, Braxted, Essex, 15«8, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 113 ; 

Add. MS. 4966, fo. 61. 
Aylworth, John, Somerset, by Barker (1536 — 50). Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 3" ; 

Stowe MS. 692, fo..lO" ; Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 8. 
Aylwin, William (Capt.), of Treeford, Sussex, confirmation crest granted 22 May 

1634, by R. St. George, Clar. Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 24 ; Harl. MS. 1566, 

fo. 170 ; Harl. MS. 6134, fo. 49. 
Ayshcomb, John, Lyford, Berks, Esq., crest 14 May 1613, by Segar. Add. MS. 

12,225, fo. 4 ; Grants II., 492 ; Le Neve's MS. 464. 
Ayson, Richard, Sheering, Essex, and bar.-at-law Inner Temple ; s. of Nicholas, 

s. of John, s. of John Aysou or Asiiton ; by Segar, Gart., Camden, Clar., 

and R. St. George, Norr. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 4", and Guil. 100 ; Harl. 

MS. 6140, fo. 78". 

B 

Baber, Edward, Regelbery, Somerset, Esq. (and to the posterity of John, his 

father), crest given Jan. 1574-5, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 27 ; 

Add. MS. 4966, fo. 91, and 37,147, fo. 9". 
„ Sir John, Kt., physician in ordinary, crest 30 April 1663, by Sir E. Walker, 

Gart. Fo. 50, Her. Coll. 
Babthokpe, Robert, of London ; at this present gent, chirugeon to the Queens 

Majestic, crest 20 May 1563, by Harvey. Harl. MS."l359, fo. 59"; Add. 

MS. 16,940, fo. 12" ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 97, copy of grant, and 

Grants II., 557. 
Bache, Raphael, Stanton in the Peak, co. Derby, 10 Dec. 1634, by St. George, 

Clar. MS. Ashm. 858, p. 162, copy of"graiit, Bodleian iAh. ; Reliquary 

XXII., 52. 
Bachelor, Daniel, Aston Clinton, Berks [Bucks], and of the privy chamber, 

Feb. 1606-7, by Camden. Harl. MS. 6095, fo. 6"; 1422, fo. 19"; and 

Guil. 290 ; another coat, or, a fesse sa., 3 elephants' heads erased sa., 

12 Nov. 1604 ; Harl. MS. 6095, fo. 2" ; 1422, fo. 18", struck out. 
Backhouse, Nicholas, London, grocer (after Alderm.), s. of Thos., of Whitrige, 

Cumbld., crest 27 Mar. 1 574, by Cooke. JIS. Ashm. 840, fo. 405, and 858, 

pp. 185-6, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. 
Backshell, John, Beediug, Essex, 13 Jan. 1666-7, bv Sir E. Walker, Gart. Her. 

Coll., fo. 63. 
Backwell, Edward, citizen and Goldsmith, of London, 24 Dec. 1(;81, by Sir 

W» Dugdale, Gart. and Clar. Add. MS. 14,830. fo. 170, and (hunts III., 

fo. 140. 
Bacon vel Baronn, crest, a bloodhound's head sa. erased and eared arg., having 

a hog's foot in his mouth, by Barker. Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 19" and 5; 

Stowe MS. 692, fo. 20, 23 ; see Thos., of Hessel, below. 
„ Nicholas, 1" grant, az. on a fesse betw. 3 fleurs dc lis or, as many griffins' 

heads erased of the field, langued gu. ; crest, a bore's head couped and 

tusked gu., having in his mouth a critfin's head erased arg., by Barker, 

1536—49. Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 9" ; Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 71" ; and Stowe 

MS. 692, fo. 22" ; Legh's Accedens, 1568, 2 or 3 edn., p. 101. Tiiis is the 

only proper coat and crest of the premier baronet of England. Second or 

spurious confirmation. 
„ Thomas. Northam, Herts, now of Linsted, Kent, ] sons of Robert, 

„ Sir Nicholas, Kt., Ld. Keeper of the Gt. Seal of England, and Mate of Drinks- 
„ James, Alderm. and Sheritf of London, J ton, SufF. geut. 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OP THE XVII. CENTUKY. 11 

Acki. MS. r>ry:3, to. i)8 [on scnip of paper stuck in] :— 

This Sir Nicholas Bacon, lord Keeper, brought up by his father y'' 
Abbotts slieep Reeve at schoule at length beinge sent to be made a prieste 
and perceivinjre that his Crowne must be shaven rather tlian that he would 
abide y' w'' he soe much misliked, he I'an away and aftei- he liad hid 
hiniselfe a greate wliile at ye lengthe by an uncle of his y' was a riche tailor 
he was sente and mayneteyned at ye Innes of Coorte from whence he was 
admitted to y'' dignity which after he came unto. 

The statements which follow are false : s. of John, s. of John, s. of 
Walter of Drinkston, s. of Robert, temp. U. IV. and H. VIII., high sheriff 
Norf. and Suff., femp. H. IV., s. of Hy., s. of Adam, s. of Sir John, Kt., 
s. of 2. Sir Edmond, Kt. and heir to Dame Margaret his wife, d. and h. of 
Robert Qnaplade, esq., which son Edm"" was s. & h. of W™, e.sq., temp. 
E. II., and therefore the coat and quartering was IDicitly contirmed. 
Crest -28 Feb. 1568-9, granted by Sir G. Dothick, Gart., Cooke and Flower. 
Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 5(5", etc.; 14-il, 5823, and 5847 ; Legh's Accedens, 
2"'' ed., 15(S8, and 3'^ ed., 1576, fo. 58, etc.; Her. and Geneal, vol. i., 
pp. 59, 60 ; vol. ii., p. 540 ; MS. Ashui. 844, p. 44 (copy of grant Bodleian 
Lib.), and Q's Coll. O.^f. MS. 145, fo. 17" and 22 bis. See pedigree Add. 
j\IS. 5523, fo. 98, and 19,116, fo. 63, vice Comites Norfolciae 1843, 4to. 

Bacox, Thomas, of Hessel, Suff., 9 May 1514, by T. Wriothesley, Gart., and 
Benolt, Clar. Le Neve's MS. 253. 

Badbroke. See Boulbroke. 

Badd, . . . ., Farham, Hants, 2 Jan. 1626-7, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 6 ; 
Hants Visit., C. 19, 120", Her. Coll., and Gnil. 127. 

Baeshe {see also Bashe), Edward, London and Herts, 10 Dec. 1550 (by T. Hawley) 
and 3 Feb. 1571-2, by Cooke and Flower. MS. Ashm. 844, fo. 33, 88, 
copy of grant, Bodleian Lib., and Q's Coll. Oxf. MSS. 37, fo. 50, and 39, 
fo. 143—145 ; Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 204". See T. Baker, his wife, and 
Guil. 382 ; Her. Exhib. Soc. Antiq. Catalogue, 63 ; Harl. MS. 5887, 
fo. 105. 

Bagenal, Rantfe, Stafls, by Barker. Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 10; Stowe i\IS. 692, 
fo. 22" ; Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 16. 

Baoge, . . . ., of Lane, July 1656, bv Sir E. Bysshe, Gart. Harl. JIS. 1441, 
fo. 151" ; 6179, fo. 54" ; Ilarl. MS. 1466, fo. 24*. 
„ Sir James, Plymouth, Apr. 1607, by Camden. Harl. MS. 1422, fu. 19"; 

6095, fo. 7, and Guil. 406. 
,. William [of Shipdam, Norfolk, by Edward Bysshe, Gart., 1566 (sir yth June 
1656)]. Burke's Armory. 

Baildox. See Balidon. 

Baillies, Brvaii, Cottiuiiley, co. York, 5 Jan. or Fel). 1578-9, by Flower. Caius 
Coll.'Canili. :\IS. 528, fo. 9, copy of irrant ; -MS. Ashm. 834, fo. 16", copy 
of urant, Bodleian Lib., and Guil. 172; Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 37". 

Baker, William, New Windsor, Berks, 14 July 1655. by Bysshe. Grant, MSS. 
Ashm. 840, fo. 404 ; 858, fo. 206-7, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib., and 
Guil. 206, who adds "declared void soon after the restoration." 
„ . . . ., of Mayfield, Sussex, by R. St. George, Clar. Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 5. 
„ . . . ., London, draper, by Sir E. Bysshe, Gart. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 

148". 
„ Christopher, Dartford, Kent, by Cooke [1573]. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 87 ; 

1422, fo. 45 ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 58. 
„ Cicelle, dau. of Sir John, Kt., ux. Sir Thos. Sackville, Baron of Buckhurst, 
Lord high treasurer of Exchequer ; ? a grant of supporters to her Apr. 
1602, by W. Dethick, Gart. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 36, fo. 92 ; Scowe MS. 
676, fo. 136". 
„ Daniel, Hatton Garden, par. of St. Andrew, Holborn, 21 July 1680. Stowe 
MS. 714, fo. 158 ; Grants III., fo. 105. 



12 GRANTEES OF ARMS I'O T^E ENB OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

Bakkr, Edmund, Calais, 14 Feb. 1545-G, by Barker. Stowe MS. 092, fo. 2o'' ; 
Harl. MS. .5846, fo. IP. 
„ George, London, surgeon to Q. Eliz., by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 87 ; 

1422, fo. 45 ; Add. MS. 496G, fo. 66. 
„ George, same coat, London, gent., s. of Christopher of Tenterden, Kent, s. of 
John of same, s. of Symond of Feversham ; confirmed 10 May 1573 to the 
posterity of Christopher, his father; anotlier, with slight alteration in 
crest, 1 Apr. 1579, by Cooke. MS. Ashm. 840, fo. 403 ; 858, fo. 196—99, 
copies of grants, Bodleian Lib. ; Genealogist, N. S., vol. vi., p. 242, and 
Misc. Gen, et Her., ii., p. 1 ; MS. Ashm. 840, fo. 424-5, copy of grant, 
Bodleian Lib. 
„ George, s. of Thomas of West Peckham, Kent, exemplified by Segar. Add. 

MS. 12,225, fo. 7. 
„ Sir Henry, of Sissinghnrst, Kent, Kt. and Bart., alteration by .Segar. Add. 

MS. 12,225, fo. 6^ 
„ Henry. 
„ James, Bures Gifford, Essex, gift 1559 (Harvey's Grants). Add. MS. 16,940, 

fo. 17. See Henry. Stowe MS. 670, by Cooke, Clar. 
„ John, London, by Barker. Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 9 ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 22". 
„ John, Morpeth, Northumbld., gent., 6 Apr. 1548, by G. Dethick, Norr. 
Harl. MS. 1507, fo. 444, copy of grant, Brit. Mus., and Harl. MS. 1359, 
fo. 3" ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MSS. 37, fo. 18 ; 39, fo. 14, and 38, fo. 50; Grants L, 
330 ; Le Neve's MS. 444. 
„ John, of Cambridge, 1577, by Cooke, Clar. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 45 ; 6179, 

fo. 10". 
„ John, Shrewsbury, by Segar: sa., a gryphon rampt. segreant and diically 

gorged or. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 6 ; Guil. 266. 
„ Sir Richard, Sissinghnrst, Kent, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 9. 
„ Thomas, Chester, confirmed 1629, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 6 ; Stowe 
MS. 677, fo. 7", of Nantwich, " procured by me R. Mundy," and Guil. 266 ; 
Add. MS. 12,474, fo. 108 ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 64. 
„ Thomas, Battell, Sussex, May 1615, by Camden. Harl. MS. 6095, fo. 32" ; 

Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 39" ; Guil. 307. 
„ Thomas, Swaney, High Sheriff Salop, confirmed 14 Oct. 1649, by Ryley, 

Norr. MS. Aslini. 858, pp. 136-7, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. 
„ Tomasvn, wife to Edward Baeshe of London, 15 Nov. 1553 (by Hawlev). 
Add' MS. 16,940, fo. 206"; Harl. MS. 1115, fo. 66". 
Baldwin, Edward, Wiltons, par. of Beaconsfield, Bucks, and Thomas, liis brother, 
19 Dec. 1662, by Sir E. Bysshe. Grant : Harl. MS. 1470, fo. 81, grant of 
arms, Brit. Mus.; Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 18", 20 ; Bysshe's Grants, fo. IS, 
Her. Coll. ; November in Guil. 114. 

„ , of Beds, by Sir E. Walker ? Harl. MS. 6179. fo. 109". 

„ Henry, Dunridge, Bucks, 13 Feb. 1056-7, by Sir E. Bysshe, Gart. Harl. JLS. 

2275, fo. 40. 
„ Richard, Diddlebnry, Salop, crest 10 June 1580, by Cooke. MS. Ashm. 858, 
fo. 130, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. 
Balay, Richard, of Leicester and York, 14 Sept. 1643, by H. St. George, Norr. 

Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 13. 
Bale, Sir John, of Carleton Curlieu, co. Leic, Knt. (s. of John), Quarterly coat, 

by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 9, and Guil. 385. 
Bales, Robert, Norton, Northts., by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 11". 

„ John, Wilby, Sussex or Suffolk, 10 Dec. 1570, by Cooke. Stowe MS. 
670, fo. 80 ; Harl. MS. 1085, fo. 27" ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 53". 
Balfour, James, Kt., of Pittendreich, 6 Feb. 1566-7, by Sir Robt. Forman, Lyon 

K. of Arms. Grants IL, 672. 
Baliuon, Peter, of the boro' of Derby, gent., 4 Dec. 1663, by W. Dagdale, Norr. 
Her. Coll. 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO TUK END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 13 

Ball, William, s. of Thomas, of the Privy Chamber to Pliilip and Mary, Olieshirc, 
arg., a lyon rampt. sa. holding' a greuade fired [a bale of wildfire], ppr., 

20 June 1572 (by Segar, Add. MS. I2.22.i, to. 9"), l)y Cooke, Clar., 

confirmed by Segar. Proc. Soc. Antici., 18'.)7. 2iid S., xvi., 351. 
„ Edward, of town of Cambridge, gent., grant .S July 1575, by Cooke. Stowe 

MS. (!77, fo. 1G^ pedigree, p. 17. 
„ Kichard, D.D., s. of Lawrence of Northampton, crest, by Segar. 22 Dec. 

IfilS in Guil. 171 ; Add. MS. 12,22,5, fo. 7. 
„ Robert, of London, s. of Robert of Wencester, Siiff., 27 June 1570, by Cooke. 

Le Neve's MS. 498. 
„ Robert, of Scottow, Norfolk, s. of John, s. of Ralph of Parliam, Suffolk, Esq., 

s. of Sir Hy., co. Derby, Kt., confirmed 25 Oct. 1576, by Cooke. Harl. 

MS. 1359, fo. 24 ; 27 Aug. in Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 50. 
„ Thomas, of the town and co. of Newcastle-on-Tyne, esq., comptroller of 

H.M.'s Customs for the porte of the said towne, confirmed 24 Oct. 1033, 

by Segar. Stowe MS. 077, fo. lO*", see pedigree, p. 17, and grant to M. 

Ball. 
Ballard, John, Much Dewchurch, co. Hereford, 1 Jan. 1557-8, by Sir G. Dethick, 

Gart. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 53 ; Hurl. .MS. 1441, fo. 102 ; 6887, 

fo. 18. 
Ballett, John, London, (ioldsmith, 24 Eliz. 1582, by Cooke. Gnd. 181 ; Harl. 

MS. 0140, fo. 38. 
Bambitrgh, Capt. Thos., of Howsam, Yorks, s. of W"', crest 7 May 1583, l)y Cooke. 

Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 93" ; 1422, fo. 95", and Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 37" ; 

4966, fo. 63". 
„ Robert, of Stickforth, co. Leic, crest 1501, by Harvey, Clar. Add. MS. 

16,940. 
„ William, Rendlesham, Snff., gent., s. of Robert of Stickforth, co. Leic, con- 
firmed 1561, by Harvey.' Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 95"; Robt. in Add. MS. 

16,940, fo. 25 ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 68. 
Bamfield ats Barnefield, Robert, Edgmond, Salop, akin to Sir Amias Bamfield 

of Poltimore, Devon, Sheriff of the county, as per letter 17 Apr. 1604, that 

he is descended from Walter, a younger son of the said family ; confirmed 

with due difference 18 May 1604, by Camden. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 17" ; 

2275, fo. 90 ; 1115, fo. 8" ; 5839, fo. 2" ; Cott. MS. Faustina E. 1, 45 ; 

Guil. 102. 
Bamford, John, Puly Hill, Yorks, crest 28 May 1625, by Borough. Harl. MS. 

1422, fo. 12 ; 1441, fo. 46 ; ll(t5, fo. 9". John, 8. of John, s. of Thurston 

of H., CO. Derby. .\dd. MS. 14,295, fo. 106 ; Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 91. 
„ Lionel, s. of John, s. of John, s. of John, s. of John of Bamford, co. Derby, 

28 May 1625, by Borough. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 41. 
r.ANCROFT, Richard, Archbp. of Canterbury, Nov. 1001, by Camden. Harl. .AIS. 

1422, fo. 18" ; 6095, fo. 2", and Guil. 120. 
Baxde, Thomas, his arms claimed by Nicholas de Singleton, given in favor of T. 1>., 

24 Jan., 18 R. IL, 1394-5. Patent Roll, 18 R. IL, pt. 2; Stowe MS. 

840, fo. 61". 
Banester, Lawrence, Easington, Yorks, out of Lane. ; confirmed 10 Mar. 1578-9, 

by Flower. MS. Ashm. 834, fo. 20", copy of grant, Bodleian Lib.; 

Guil. 74. 
Bangor, John, confirmation of arms 18 Nov. 1456, by Guyan, King of A. 

Harl. MS. 1509, fo. 15 ; 1359, fo. 28 ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS^. 37, to. 2 ; 

146, fo. 30, copy of grant; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 15: Stdwe .MS. 077, 

fo. 12 ; Misc. Gen. et Her., i., p. 54; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 72": 1172, 

fo. 1, copy of grant. 
Bankes, Edward, London, gent., crest granted 1 June 1566, by Sir (i. Duihiek, 

Gart. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 142 : Cott. MS. Faustina E. 1, 21 ; Q's Coll. 

Oxf. MS. 36, fo. 107, copy of grant ; Guil. 364. 



l4 GRANTEES OF AKMS TO TBK END OP THE XVlt. CENTURA. 

Bankes, .John, Little Sheliurd, co. Camb., 21 Nov. 1589, by Cooke. Had. MS. 1422, 

to. 94" ; 1359, fo. 97'' ; Add. Mti. 4900, fo. 89. 
Barbados, Island of, Seal, 11 April 1603, by Sir E. Walker, Gart. Her. Coll., 

fo. 5. 
Barbaho, Daniel, a patrician of Venice, augmentation 12 Feb. 155U-1, 5 Ed. VI. 

MS. Ashm. 858, fo. 19, 20, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. 
Barber, . . . ., London, or, two chevrons, and in chief 3 fleurs de lis gu., by 
Camden. Morgan's Sphere of Gentry, 118. 
„ Gabriel, London, gent., 1027, by H. St. George, Clar. Grants II., 653, same 

as preceding, a cinqnefoil ? for diflf. 
„ Edward, ais. Bannock, of Denver, Norfolk, Esq., and to the several 
descendants of Robert, his father, dec"*, testified, by John Withie. Harl. 
MS. 1105, fo. 21, and Bysshe's Grants, fo. 23, Her. Coll. 
„ Robert, Ashmore, Dorset, crest 1 April 1670, by Walker. Harl. MS. 1172, 
fo. 09 ; Add. MS. 14,293, fo. 78 ; 14,294, fo. 23. 
Barbery and Surgery, the crafD of, copy of original grant 29 Sep. 30 H. VI., 
1451, perhajis by Roger Legh, Clar. Harl. MS. 1470, fo. 245, copy of 
grant, Brit. Mus., Misc. Gen. et Her., i., p. 11, etc. ; see Add. MS. 16,940, 
fo. 42", for Surgeons' Co., by Harvey. 
Barber Chirugeons, the mystery and roimiimiity uf the Corporation, arras, 
crest and supporters 2 June I.'hi'.i. K\ H. hethick, Gart., Cooke and 
Flower. Harl. MS. 5847, fo. 21 : C^'s ('nil. Oxi'. MS. 39, fo. 157 ; copy of 
grant (MS. 145, fo. 20"), 1502, in Harl. MS. 1116, fo. 67 ; Cat. Her. 
Exhib. Soc. Antiq. 06, in lieu of arms granted 1561 ? 
Bard, Henry, Visct. de Bellomonte, uugmeutation at Oxford 10 March 1040-7, 
21 Chas. I., by Walker. MS. Ashm. 858, fo. 49, 51, copy of 
grants, Bodleian Lib., supporters 20 March 1045-0 ; Her. Coll., fo. 11. 
„ William, North Kelsey, co. Line, confirmed 16 March 1502-3, by Harvey. 
Add. MS. 17,500, fo. 27" ; Guil. 305 ; Add. MS. 4900, fo. 40. 
Bargrave, John, als. Barger, Patricksbourue, Kent, pat. Sep. 1011, by Camden. 
Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 35"; 0095, fo. 10; Her. and Geneal, ii., p. 429 ; 
Guil. 359. 
Barkeley, Thomas, Okenburie, Cornwall, 1583, by Cooke, Clar. Harl. MS. 1079, 

fo. 155 ; crest differs in Stowe MS. 670, fo. 40. 
Barker, Christopher, printer to Q. Eliz., 13 Feb. 1578-9, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 
1422, fo. 63. 
„ George, s. of Randle, of Over, Cheshire, s. of Thos., of Vale Royall, etc., 
confirmed July 1638, by H. St. George, Norr. Misc. Gen. et Her., i., 
p. 279, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. 
„ Henry, Bures Giflt'ard, Essex, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 102". 
„ James, Haughmond, Salop, 22 April 1502, by Harvey. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 
37, fo. 42, copy of grant; Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 12; Add. MS. 10,940, 
fo. 39"; Grants 11., 558-9; Harl. MS. 1441, I'u. 40; 0140, fo. 09"; 
Proc. Soc. Autiq., N. 8., xvi., 350. 
„ John, sec Taylor. 

„ Robert, of Inner Temple, s. of John, of Bildesdon, Suff., s. of John, 
s. of Robert of same, crest 5 JMay 1585, and to the posterity of his 
grandfather, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 0, copy of grant, Brit. 
Mus. ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 99" ; 1422, fo. 03 ; Add. MS. 4960, 
fo. 53". 
„ Rowland, WoUertou, Salop, s. of Edward, s. of John and Elizabeth, sister 
and coh. of Sir Rowland Hill, confirmed 17 Dec. 1582, by Cooke. MS. 
Ashm. 844, fo. 55, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Guil. 248 ; Proc. Soc. 
Antiq., 1897, 2nd S., xvi., ^. 352 ; Le Neve's MS. 467. 
„ Thomas, Linden, Rutland, 7 Feb. 1004-5, by Sir E. Bysshe, Clar. 
Harl. MS. 1470, fo. 119, copy of graut, Brit. Mus. ; Bysshe's Grants, fo. 8, 
Her. Coll. ; and Guil. 394 ; Hart. MS. 1105, fo. 17". 



GRANTEES OF AKMS TO THE KND OF THE XVII. CENTUllT. 16 

Barker, William, s. of Tlios., s. uf \\"\ s. of Thos., s. of Ueni-y, soiiK'tiiiiu of 
Nortlimiibeiland, geut., 10 .laii. i:n;0-l, \>y Daltuii. Ilarl. MS. 1359, 
fo. 48, and Guil. 359. 
Bakkeham, I'^ilward, of London, AldornKin, Oct. Kill, by CanKk^n. llavl. MS. 

Ul'-J, fo. o5 ; li095, fo. Ill : (I nil. Cs. 
BaRKLEY. .See BiRKBY. 
Barkstkad, sir John, Kt., lieutenant of the Tower, by Sir E. Bysshe, (Jart. 

Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 15". 
Barlowe, Ropier, Slebech, co. Pembroke, crest 1559. (Harvey's Grant): Add. 
MS. 1G,9-10, fo. 38". 
„ Thomas, Siieffield, Yorks, 20 Anu;. 1C91, bv T. St. (ieorge, Gart., and 
J. l)u<;dale, Norr. Stowe MS. 71i, fo. 175, and Grants IV., 88, Her. 
Coll. ;'narl. MS. 1085, fo. 50 ; 0179, fo. 7;'.. 
„ William, Bp. of Rochester, .March 1(107-8, by Camden. Ilarl. MS. Il-i2, 
fo. 20 ; 0095, fo. 9. 
Barnabye, Thomas, Salop, Quarterly coat, crest 15(i2, by W. Harvey. Add. MS. 
10,940, fo. 19", of Hull and Acton, co. Worcester. Add. MS. 19,810, 
fo. 103", same crest in each. Harl. MS. 1110, fo. 55". 
Barxaby, John, Colchester, Essex, 10 March 1554-5 (? by Hawley). Add. MS. 
10,940, fo. 207" ; Harl. MS. 1432, fo. 32". 

Barnard, Yorks, by W"" Dethick, Gart. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 10" ; 

1009, fo. 1. 
„ Abell, Pirton, Oxon, gent., whose ancestor descended from tiie \v(jr^liipful 
family of the Barnards of Enderby, Yorks, allowed by Camden. Harl. JIS. 
1359, fo. 38"; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 120; Quarterly arms, Harl. MS. 
G140, fo. 31. 
„ Archibald, a Gascoigne, a free denisou, a lord of manor of Hagiieby, co. 
Line, 24 Dec. 1580, by G. Dethick. Ilarl. M.S. 1115, fo. 2; Add. M.S. 
17,500, fo. 39 ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 140, fo. 42. 
„ Francis, of Venice, augmentation 3 Aug. 1540, by Barker, letters pat. 
Stowe MS. 912, fo. 12", and MS. Ashra. 858, fo. 10—12, copy of grant, 
Bodleian Lib. 
Barne, Sir George, Maior of London, 15 Sept. 1552. (? Llawley's Grants) ; Add. 
MS. 10,940, fo. 205. See his wife, Alice Broke. 
„ George, of London, confirraeil 1559. (Harvey's Grants) ; Add. MS. 10,940, 

fo.^18. 
„ George, Alderm. of London, and to John, his brother, and the heirs of 
Sir George, their father, confirmed 15 Feb. 1580-1, by Cooke. Guil. 
258. 
Barneby (see Barnaby), Hull, co. Worcester, Quarterly, by Cooke's deputy. 

Stowe MS. 070, fo. 40 ; Le Neve's MS. 255. 
Barnes, Edward, London, cre.st 1614, by Camdeu. Harl. MS. 0095, fo. 3ii" ; 
Guil. 172, s. of Richard Barnes vel Baron, of London, mercer, who died 
24 Apr. 1598 ; Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 39. 
„ Elizabeth (wife of Henry Billingsley of London, gent.), dau. and coh. of Hy. 
Barnes by Mary, dau. and coh. of ... . Boyse, 13 Nov. 1570, by Cooke or 
Dethick. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 117". 
„ Richard, Bishop of Carlisle, 23 Apr. 1571, by Sir G. Dethick, Gart. Stowe 
MS. 703, Cooke and Flower ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 20" ; Harl. MS. 
1441, fo. 77 ; Harl. MSS. 5823, 5847 ; Add. MS. 18,582. 
„ Richard, S.T.D., Bp. Sutf. of Nottingham, Bp. of Carlisle and now of 
Durham ; s. of John, s. of Edward, s. of James, s. of Edwin, s. of Edmund, all 
of CO. Lauc, s. of Oliver of Suffolk. Quarterly : 1 and 4, Barnes ; 2 and 3, 
az., on a bend arg. a bear sa., on a chief of the second 3 roses gu., radiated 
(or en soleil) on 4 Apr. 1580, by Flower. MS. Ashra. 834, fo. 35, copy 
of grant, Bodleian Lib., in Latin. 
Baenesley, .... (Staff, and Surrey), 15 Feb. 1597-8, by W. Dethick, Camden 



16 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

and Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 7"; Staff. Visit. 123, Her. Coll., and 

Guil. 121. 
Barnet, see Hoddesdon. 
Barnewell, Edward, Craiislev, Nurthts., 1566, by Harvey, confirmed by Camden. 

Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 37" ; 6095, fo. 23. 
Barney , Norfolk, by Cooke. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 76" ; Add. MS. 4966, 

fo. 37". 
Barn[h]am, Francis, London, confirmed 1561. (Harvey's Grants); Add. MS. 

16,940, fo. 26". 
„ Thomas, of Hoi-sham St. Faiths, Norfolk, and 
„ John, of Norwich, and Thomas his brother, by Sir E. Bysshe, Clar., 1 Aug. 

1667. Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 22 ; Bysshe's Grants 27. 
Baronsdale, William, D. phys., 25 June 1604, by Camdeu. Harl. MS. 1422, 

fo. 18 ; 2275, fo. 91'' ; 1 ll."i, fo. 9 ; 5839, fo. 3, and Guil. 383. 
Baronn ais Bacon, a bUKKlhoiiiid's head erased sa., etc., by Barker. Harl. MS. 

5846, fo. 5, 19" ; Stdwe MS. (;;)2, fo. 20, 23. See Bacon. 
Baron, Edward, of London, sergeant of ye lawe, s. of Richard of London, s. of 

Peter of Saffron Walden, Essex, Esq., Sergeant-at-law, exemplified by 

Camden. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 38 ; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 119" ; Quarterly 

in Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 52". 
Barrell, Francis, Rochester, 3 Feb. 1664-5. Bysshe's Grants, fo. 25, Her. Coll.; 

Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 21". 
„ William, Bownshill, co. Hereford, 1586, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 89; 

1422, fo. 51", father of Gilbert of Isleworth, Middx. ; Add. MS. 4966, 

fo. 34". 
Barrett, John, Herts, 13 July 1465, bv Walter Bellengier, L-eland K. of Arms. 

Copy of grant in French, Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 8, and Brit. Mus. 

(Hail. MS. 1507, fo. 393) ; Harl. MS. 1171, fo. 19; Le Neve's MS. 392. 
„ Leonard, Fordham, co. Camb., 4 Sept. 1575, by Cooke. Eastern Counties 

Collectanea, p. 65, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. 
„ Thomas, Richard of London, and Robert, sons of Thomas (or William) of 

Kingswood, Wilts, crest 6 Feb. 1590-91, by W"' Dethick. Grant, Q's Coll. 

Oxf. MS. 36, fo. 1, copy of grant ; Stowe MS. 676, fo. 83, 92. 
Barrett, Thomas, of Thoroton, Notts, and to brothers Richard, George and John, 

12 May 1663, by W. Dugdale, Norr. (Her. Coll.) 
„ William, of the Devizes, Wilts, 20 Nov. 1577, by Cooke. Stowe Uii. 670, 

fo. 61". 
Barrowe, . . . ., crest, by Barker. Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 5, and Stowe MS. 692, 

fo. 23. 
„ Isaac, doctor in physick in Cambridge, 1589, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, 

fo. 97" ; 1422, fo. 86", and Guil. 185 ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 87". 
Barrow, Thomas, clerk, 6 .Jan. 1476-7, by Walter Bellingham, Yrlande K. of 

Arms. Harl. MS. 1820, fo. 71"; (many years in the service of Richard, 

Duke of Gloucester) Proc. Soc. of Antiq., 1897, 2nd S., xvi., p. 344 

(original grant). 
„ Thomas, clerk, 22 October, 11 H. VIL, 1495, and Richard (his brother) of 

Wynthorpe, merch' of the Staple, 22 Oct. 1495, by John Writhe, Gart. 

Surtees Soc. xli., 38 ; Add. MS. 14,298, fo. 35, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. ; 

Proc. Soc. Antiq., 1879 ; 2ud S., xvi., p. 347, 1897. 
Barsham, . . . ., Norfolk, parti per pale gu. and arg., a chief or, by Segar. Add. 

MS. 12,225, fo. 10. 
Barthrop, Jonathan, barrister of Gray's Inn, and Henrv his brother, sons of Henry 

of Retford, 28 Feb. 1661-2, by Sir E. Walker, Gart. Her. Coll., fo. 45. 
Bartellot, Walter (Bartlet), s. of Richard, Stopham, Sussex, confirmed quarterly 

of 8 and grant of crest 27 Nov. 1616, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 7"; 

Quarterly of 6, by Cooke ; Stowe MS. 670, fo. 47 ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 77. 

See also Berthelot. Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 77". 



GRANTEES OF AKMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 17 

lUuTLETT, Ellis, Branscorab, Devon, 12 Marcli 1(101 -'2, by Sir E. Rysslie, Clar. 

Bysshe's Grants, 38. 
n.vuTON, Thomas de, 30 Sept. 1403. Local 01eanin;:s M:ii:., by .J. P. Earwaker, 23. 

,, Thomas, crest, by Dalton. Harl. ]\[S. i:;.".:i, Wk 15''. 

r.AinviCK, John, D.T)., dean of S' Paul's, and to his lii,,ihci- Peter, D. phys., arms 

and augmentation 20 Nov. 1661, by Sir (i. \\'alkcr, dart. Her. Coll., fo. 43. 
I'lAUWYCKE. Thomas, Briji'litlingsea, Essex, gent., crest 6 May 1592, by Cooke. 

Add. :\[S. 14,2;)5,'fo. 26 ; Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 14". 
I'.AsiiE (.w a/so Baeshe). Edward, Stansted, Herts, 3 Feb. 1571-2, by Cooke and 

Flower, iis. Ashni. si 1, fo. 33, 38, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; ftiiil. 

382; Harl. .MS. .-.ss;. fn. 105. 
I'.AssiLL, Symon, r..inpt roller of H.M.'s Works, 10 Aug. 1599, by W. Dethick, 

Gart., and Camden. Stowe MS. 676, fo. 129; Q's Coll. 0.\f. MS. SC, 

fo. 78, copy of grant. 
„ William (Basylle), Bastington, Wilts, 15 May 1548. (? Ha wley's Grants) ; 

Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 202". 
i'.ASSANO, . . . ., musitian to Q. Eliz., by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 8. 
1)ASSE, . . . ., London, gn., a chevron arg. betw. three plates, bv Segar. Add. MS. 

12,225, fo. 9" r Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 27. See also Baeshe. 
1*>ASSET? . . . ., Arg., three piles meeting in base az. within a bordure pellettee sa. : 

crest, a (griffin's ?) head pellettee sa., by Bysshe, Clar. Harl. MS. 1105, 

fo. 38, as Bryan, and Bysshe's Grants 32. 
IjASset, Jane, s. of Thos. (s. of John of North LnflTenham), ux. Brian Stapleton of 

Carlton and Burton, Notts, ch'' 14 May 1527, and pedigree of four 

generations, by T. Wriothesley, Gart., and Tonge, Norr. Stowe MS. 670, 

fo. 13, and MS. Ashra. 858, fo. 3, 4, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. 
I'.ATE, Leonard, Lupset, Yorks, gent., gift 8 Feb. 1565-6, by Flower. Harl. MS. 

1395, fo. 35 ; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 40. 
Bateman, or, three crescents surmounted with as many estoiles gu., 1613, by 

Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 8 ; Stowe MS. 712, fo. 71. 
B.VTES, John, of Norton, Suffolk, 20 Dec, 3 K. .lac, 1(505, by Segar, Gart. Harl. 

MS. 1085, fo. 21". 
Bathurst, . . . ., of the Isle of Wight, confirmed July 1616, by Camden. Harl. 

MSS. 1422, fo. 40", and 6095, fo. 34". 
„ Lancelot. London, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 98 ; Add. MS. 4966, 

fo. 63". 
Batt, Nicholas, Fordingbridge, Hants. Cooke's Gifts ; Stowe MS. 670, fo. 83". 
B.\TTEESBY (Nicholas, Harl. MS. 1079, fo. 60), patent June 1605, by Camden. 

Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 219 ; 6095, fo. 4": or, a saltire [paly of 12] erra. and 

gu. ; crest, a ram passant erm. armed and unguled or, confirmed by Camden. 
„ John, Bowland, Yorks, coat altered 25 Mar. 1605-6, by R. St. George, Norr. 

Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 80, i.e., removal of chief gu. thereon three escallops 

arg. ; Harl. MS. 1142, fo. 7, as Nicholas ; N. and Q., 2nd S., vol. xi., 171 ; 

Le Neve's MS. 487. 
Baughe, Rowland, Twyninge, co. Glouc, gent., crest, 11 Nov. 1574, by Cooke. 

Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 51 ; (1359, fo.'95) copy of grant. 
Bavand, Thomas and Robert, sons of John of Chester, July 1638, by H. St. George, 

Norr. Misc. Gen. et Her., i., 278, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. 
Bawne, John, of Kyrne, Yorks, by R. St. George, Norr. Le Neve's MS. 254. 
P.axster, Thomas, ats Shipden, Cromer, Norfolk, 28 Aug. 1576, by Cooke. Add. 

MS. 4966, fo. 60"; Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 113", 1085, fo. 51", and 1422, 

fo. 95 ; Stowe MS, 670, fo. 66. 
Bayliffe, William, Clement's Inn, by Cooke's deputy. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 29 ; 

Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 136. 
Bayly, . . . ., of Middle Temple, treasurer, sa., a chev. between three human hearts 

or, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 8"; Harl. MSS. 6140, fo. 64", and 

1105, fo. 7". 



18 GKANTJiES or AKMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

Bayly, Ro2;er, Assist. Gov Raleigh, Virginia, by W. Dethick. Q's Coll. 0.\f. MS. 

30," lo. 120. 
Baylye (or Bailye), John, Hoddusdon, Herts, 10 Feb. 1(134-5, by St. George, 

Clar. Had. MS. 1470, fo. 8 ; copies of grant Brit. Mus. and Q's Coll. Oxf. 

MS. 88, fo. 145 ; Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 50 (and Gull. 355), copy of grant, 

Brit. Mus. 
„ Thomas, license from Edward Somerset, Marquis of Worcester, to bear his 

crest, the portcullis under the Coronet of a Marquis in an escocheon, 

26 Feb. 1654-5. Harl. MS. 1470, lb. 246. 
Baylye, Thomas, of the city of Coventry, 17 July 1677, by Sir W. Dugdale, Gart. 

and Norr. Stowe MS. 714, fo. 119 ; Grants III., fo. 02 ; Harl. MS. 6832, 

fo. 371". 
„ Walter, M.D. (Oxon) to the Queen, s. of Hy. of Warrawell, Dorset, grant 

23 Apr. 1594, by W. Dethick, Gart. Stowe MS. 070, fo. 109 ; Q's'Coll. 

Oxf. MS. 36, fo. 39, copy of grant. 
„ William, London, at the feast of the B. V. M., 1524, by T. Wriothesley, 

Gart. Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 8, and Stowe MS. 092, fo. 22. 
Baynbeigge, William, Derby, 20 Nov. 1582, by Flower. MS. Ashm. 844, fo. 55'', 

copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Gnil. 342 ; 55'', crest, an arm holding a 

battle-axe; 56", crest, a bloodhound ; Grants IL, 64'J ; Reliquary, xxi., 

240. 
„ William, of Lockington, Leics., confirmed 14 Feb. 1583-4, by Flower. MS. 

Ashm. 844, fo. 56", crest, a goat, etc., copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Guil. 

842 ; Reliquary, xxi., 240. 
Bayne, Ralph, Bp. of Coventry and Lichfield, arms 20 Nov. 1554, by (? Hawley). 

Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 207. 
„ Roger, Woodhall in Netherhall, Yorks, 2 Oct. 1012, by II. St. George, Norr. 

Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 00. 
Baynes, Capt. Adam, of Knowstrop, Yorks, 10 Aug. 1050, by Ryley, Norr. 

Surtees Soc, xli., 54, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. 
Baynham, Robert, s. of Rich'', s. of Chris'' of co. Glouc'', 2 Nov. 1031, by Segar. 

Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 8" ; Guil. 151. 
„ rWiUiam, Grove, co. Hereford, 1588, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 113, and 
J 6146, fo. 44. 

I Baynham, vel Eynon. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 95 ; Add. MS. 4900, fo. 85 ; 
L Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 24. 
Bayningb, Anne, Visctess., tiee [widow of] Murray, supporters 17 May 1074, by 

Walker. Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 178 ; Grants IIL, fo. 6. 
„ Pawle, London and . . . ., 1588, by Cooke, ? impaling Morthen of Essex, 

Quarterly. Harl. MSS. 1395, fo. 104, and 1422, fo. 95 ; Add. MS. 4906, 

fo. 84" bis. 
„ His wife Susan, d. and h. of Richard Morthen of Mistley, Essex. Stowe MS. 

670, fo. 23 ; Add. MS. 14,297, fo. 23". 
Beale, . . . ., sa., on a chev. or between three gryphons' heads erased arg., as manv 

mullets of six points gu., by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 10. 
Bearde, William, North Kelsey, co. Line, confirmed 16 March 1562-3 (Harvey's 

Grants). Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 12 ; Le Neve's MS. 251 ; Add. MS. 

17,506. 
Bbauchamp, John, Powick, co. Glouc, 1586, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 91, 

and 1422, fo. 93 ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 64". 
Beaupe^, Dorothy, wife of Robert Bell of Beaupre Hall, Norfolk, confirmed with 

quartering 19 June 1571, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 7", and 1470, 

fo. 165. 
Bechae, Henry, Bishops Morchard, Devon, confirmed 1564 (Harvey's Grants). 

Add. MS. 10,940, fo. 46, and Harl. MS. 1390, fo. 32'', and a later crest by 

Cooke 11 Eliz., 1569. 
Beckford, William (s. of Sir Thos., late Aldcrm. city of London, Kt., deed.). 



GRANTEES OP ARMS TO THK EKI) OF THE XVlI. CENTURY. 19 

2 Feb. 1685-6, by Sir W. Diiiidale, Gart. and Olar. Add. MSS. 14,293, 

fo. 24, and 14,931, fo. 128 ; Grants III., fo. 282 ; Lansd. MS. 867, fo. 52. 
Beckham (Richard ?), of Narfoid, Norfolk, 1576, bv Ko. Cooke. Harl. MS. 1085, 

fo. 38. 
Beckingham, Thomas, Tolleshunt Major ats Tolleshunfc Beckingham, Essex, and 

to Stephen, Tolleshunt Darcy, Essex, e;ent., 2"" bro. of Thoraas, crest 

12 May 1596, by Lee, Clar. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 44" ; llarl. MS. 1359, 

fo. 35*. 
Beckwith, crest . . . ., by Barker. Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 5 ; Stowe JIS. 692, 

fo. 23, "a demi bustard." 
„ Hamon, s. of Nicholas, confirmation of the coat of Malbie or Malbisse 14 Oct. 

1340 at the Mansion House and manor of " Saymour," by Peter de 

Malolaan, lord de Mauley, Earl Marshal and lord Chancellor, Chamberlain 

to Ed. III., supported by Henry, Lord Percy, Sir Robert Boynton and Sir 

W"° Aton or de Acton. Extinct Baronetcies. 
„ Sir Leonard, Yorkshire, augmentation. Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 11 ; 4, fo. 22'' ; 

Harl. MSS. 6179, fo. 16, and 5887, fo. 2. 
Becquet, Bartholomew (a Fleming), Comptroller to her most Catholic majesty and 

Cabinet Secy, to the Duchess of Bavaria, 23 Apr. 1696, by T. St. George, 

Gart. and Clar. Add. MS. 14,831, fo. 86 ; Grants IV., fo. 208. 
Bbdell, Capell, Hunts, 1 and 4, gu., a chev. betw. three escallops arg., quartering 

2 and 3, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 10" ; Harl. MS. 6140. fo. 78". 
„ Sir John, Hammerton, Hunts, Kt., 1 and 4, gu., a chev. eugr., etc., by Segar. 

Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 10". 
„ Mathew, London, Alderm. (out of Beds), alteration 20 Jan. 1632-3, by 

St. George, Clar. Harl. MS. 1370, fo. 35, 67 ; Guil. 246 ; Harl. MS. 

1085, fo. 1. 
„ William, Writtle, Esses, .... by Barker. Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 7 : Stowe MS. 

692, fo. 22. 
Bedyll, John, of the Manor of Randes, Weybrid2:e, Essex, gift 1563. (Harvey's 

Grants) ; Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 48". 
Bedford, Thomas, Doctors' Commons, London, gent., dep. registrar, examiner, 

translator and interpreter of foreign languages iu the high court of .Admiralty 

for this realm of England (s. of John, late rector of Hevford, Northts.), 

8 Feb. 1677-8, by Sir W" Du<>-dale, Gart., and St. George, Norr. Add. 

MS. 14,831, fo. 200 ; Grants III., fo. 75. 
Bedvvell, William, B.D., Essex, per saltire lozengv or and gu. and erm., by Camden. 

Harl. MS. 6095, fo. 35 ; Stowe MS. 712,'fo. 71. 
Bee, see Dee, Lee, Ree. 
Bee or Bey, Gilbert, Basingstoke, Hants, <jent., crest gi-anted 29 Nov. 1567, 

10 Eliz., by G. Dethick, Gart., and Cooke. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 131, 

copy of grant ; see Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 68, 111. 
Bee, John, Basingstoke, s. of Gilbert, s. of John, etc. (quartering Bowyer), crest 

18 Jan. 1573-4, by Cooke. Copy of grant Brit. Mus. ; Misc. Gen. et Her. 

N. S., iv., 386. 
Beecher, James, Shorne, Kent, confirmed 6 Oct. 1574, by Cooke. Guil. 160. 
Beere, John, Kent, 1586, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 91" ; Add. MS. 496(i, 

fo. 65. 
Beiohton, Thomas, Wirksworth, co. Derby, 1 June ]('i75, by W;dker, Bysshe and 

Dugdale. Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 178 ; Grunts III., fo. 13. 
Beiston, Ralph 1578-9, by Sir G. Dethick. Harl. MSS. 1441, fo. 89", and 

5847, fo. 46 ; quartering Sutton, Berkeley and Bulmer, see Add. MS. 

18,582, fo. 49. 
Belcher, William, Guilsborough, Northts., by Cooke. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 6. 
Beliald, Thomas, of Gray's Inn, certif'' 5 Nov. 1637, by Borough. Grants I., 

429; of Thorpe, Northts., by Borough, Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 55 ; Add. 

MS. 26,702, fo. 89" ; Harl. MSS. 1441, fo. 57, and 4966, fo. 22. 



20 GRANTEES OF AltMS TO THE END OP THK XVII. CENTURY. 

Uell, Edward, Newland, co. Glouc, s. of W™, s. of Edward of the same, s. of 

Edward of Newcastle, Northumberland, 1571, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1422, 

fo. 47 ; Edm. in Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 70^ 
„ John, Bp. of Worcester (1539—43). ? Hawley's Grants ; Add. MS. 26,702, 

fo. 54. 
„ Kichard, of Gray's Inn, Counsellor-at-law, and residing in the city of York 

(17 Nov.) 1612, by St. George, Norr. Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 9^, and 1422, 

fo. 13^ adds 17 Nov. and Sec. to the Earl of Eutland, lord president of 

York ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 73. 
„ Robert, s. of William, of Yorks, now one of the Temple, gift 13 Nov. 1560, 

by Dalton. Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 46", and 6140, fo. 70. 
„ Sir Thomas, of Gloucester, .... by Barker. Stowe MS. 692, fo. 12" ; Harl. 

MS. 5887, fo. 27. 
Bellamie, Joane, dau. and sole heir of AVilliam, s. of W" of Hadley, Middx., con- 
firmed 1567, by Sir G. Dethick. Stowe MS. 676, fo. 32 ; Q'b Coll. Oxf. 

MS. 37, fo. 47, copy of confirmation ; Grants I., 166. 
Bellamy, Thomas, Datchett, Bucks, quarterly coat, crest 17 Sept. 1571, by Cooke. 

MSS. Ashm. 840, fo. 395-6, and 858, fo. 199, 201, copy of grant, Bodleian 

Lib. ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 57". 
Bellasyse, Sir Thos., Kt. and Bart., supporters, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, 

fo. 11". 
Bellin [Belyn], Thomas, Alderm. of Chester, 1581, by Flower. Add. MS. 

14,295, fo. 76 ; Randolph, now of London, with two quarterings, Harl. 

MS. 5887, fo, 88". 
Bellman ats Bellmanoire, John, of the privy chamber to Ed. VL, grant 20 Nov. 

1552, 6 Ed. VL, by Sir G. Dethick. Grants L, 27 ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, 

fo. 38, copy of grant ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 77". 
Bbllomont, see Bard, Henry, Viscount. 
Bellowe, John Misted upon Aukeholme, co. Line, by Barker. Harl, MS. 5846, 

fo. 12" ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 12". 
Belly, John (Gt. Paxtou, Hunts), D.C., Chancellor of dioc. of London, Provost 

Oriel Coll. Oxford and a master of the high court of Chancery, grant 

23 Oct. 1602, by Camden, confirmed 10 Nov. following by W. Dethick, 

Gart. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 36, fo. 93, copy of grant ; Stowe MS. 676, 

fo. 137 ; Guil. 355. 
Bellay, Sir Thos., Gt. Paxton, Hunts, by Camden. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 42" ; 

knighted at Bagshotc 22 July 1615. 
Belson, Thomas, Aston, Oxon, gent., grant 20 Nov. 1517, 9 II. 8, by 

T. Wriothesley, Gart., and Benolte. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 29. 
Belvin, see Helyar. 
Belwood, Roger, Leathley, Yorks, and a student of the Middle Temple, 3 June 

1667, by W. Dugdale. (Her. Coll.) 
BENfiE, John, Kingsfield, Suffolk, and Edmund, his bro., sons of John, of Benhall, 

Suff., dec*, and to their uncle Alexander, of London, merch', who fined for 

alderm., bro. of John, of Benhall afores*, who was son of Alex'', of Alders- 
bury, Suff., 1 June 1661, by Sir E. Bysshe, Ciar. Add. MS. 14,293, fo. 8" ; 

Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 16"; Bysshe's Grants, fo. 1, Her. Coll.; and 

Guil. 320. 
Bendall, Hopefor, Mile End, Middx., 8 Feb. 1692-3, by St. George, Gart. and 

Clar. Stowe MS. 714, fo. 133; Grants IV., 130, and Guil. 404; 

Harl. MS. 1085, fo. 57. 
Bendlowe, Christopher, Much Bardfeld, Essex, by Barker. Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 12; 

Stowe MS. 692, fo. 12". 
Benger, Thomas, Gt. Milton, Oxon, gent., crest 1 Oct. 1553, by Sir G. Dethick, 

Gart. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 63 : Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 48, copy 

of grant ; Grants 1., 240. 
Benne, Robert, London, of the Temple, confirmed 23 Oct. 1573, by Cooke, Clar. 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THJE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 2l 

Harl. MS. 6086, fo. 91*, s. of John, of Walden, Essex, servant to K. H. 7 

and 8 ; Le Neve's MS. 486. 
Bene, John, . . . ., arg., on a bend counter embattled, etc., by Scgar. Add. MS. 

12,225, fo. 11. 
Bennett, Ann, d. of Humphrey, of Salop, ux. Thomns Cure of Southwark, 1588, 

by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1.359, fo. 108 : Stowe 11^. 702, fo. 115. 
„ George, Wilbv, co. Leic, [certified] by Browne, Bluemantle. Stowe MS. 703, 

fo. 72. 
„ Rt. Hon. Sir Henry (after Earl of Arlington), a principal Sou. of State, 

augmentation 12 Oct. 1663, bv Sir E. Walker, (iart. Her. Coll., 

fo. 58. 
„ John, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Queen's Master of the Ordnance of the North 

parts of England, augmentation and crest 6 Dec. 1560, by Dalton. Harl. 

MS. 1359, fo. 47 ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 70 ; Her. and Geneal. IV., 95 ; 

Misc. Gen. et Her., i., 48. 
„ John, London, vintner, , by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 88, and 1422, 

fo. 46" : Add. MS. 4966, fo. 19'>. 
„ Nicholas, citizen aud haberdasher of London, s. of Nicli' of Medingleigh, co. 

Carab., crest 24 June 1633, by St. George. Clar. Harl. MS. 1470, fo. 130, 

copy of grant, Brit. Mus. ; Gnil. 185. 
„ Richard, Lubbenham, co. Leic, by Barker. Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 9''; Stowe 

MS. 692, fo. 22". 
„ Richard, High Sheriff city of Chester, confirmed 1626, by Segar, being the 

arms of Warburton. See Visitn. 1666, Harl. MS. 2119, fo. 6. 
„ Robert, Bp. of Hereford, confirmed 20 Feb. 1602-3, by W. Dethick and 

Camden. Stowe MS. 676, fo. 123" ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 36, fo. 95 ; Harl. 

MS. 6140, fo. 54". 
. „ Thomas, citizen, late Sheriff and Alderm. of London, grant 17 Not. 1600, 

by W. Dethick and Camden. Stowe MS. 076, fo. 123" ; Harl. MS. 5887, 

fo. 83. 
„ Sir Thomas, Kt., lord Mayor London, " patten," by Camden. Harl. MS. 

6095. fo. 21"; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 36, fo. 67, copy of grant ; Harl. MS. 

5887, fo. 83. 
Ben[n]ett, William, of High Roodiug, Esse.x, 1 April, 1 Chas. L, grant by R. St. 

George. Harl. MS. 1052, fo. 207, copy of grant, Brit. jMuk. 
Bennollis, Jeronime, arms and crest, by W. Dethick, Gart., who buried him at 

Barking Ch. in London 17 Mar. 1594-5, with the said arms and crest 

wearing fler Ma*' coate of armes and before him to the church. The said 

Bennollis not being the Queen'.s subject nor denizen, a praesident never 

known before. The crest is Leighes of Cheshire without any difference, 

entered by R. Brooke, York H''. Harl. MS. 1453, fo. 33. 
Bentham, Thomas, Bp. of Coventry and Lichfield, 6 .\pril l.'iCo, 2 Kliz., by 

Harvey, (i rants I., 42. 
Bentley, John, of Bentley, co. Derby, s. of Humphrey, s. of Williiini, of .\shes, co. 

Staff., 16 Apr. 1589, by Ed. Knight, Norr. Stowe MS. 70(;, fo. 12" ; 

Harl. MSS. 6179, fo. 14, 1486, fo. 27, and 6140, fo. 29", 71". 
Benyon, George, Essex, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 92 ; Add. MS. 4966, 

fo. 58. 
„ George, of Allingborne, Sussex, gent., s. of W'", s. of Roger, crest 17 Aug. 

1 582, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1115, fo. 20". 
Berblock, John, an Enslishman, citizen and sometime a Judge in Italv, etc., 

Certif. of arms 1585, bv ? Sir (i. Dethick. Q's Coll. Oxf.MS. 36, fo. 112 ; 

Grants L, 37 ; W™ in Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 3 ; Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 52". 
Beubnger, Thomas, of Iver, Bucks, 5 April 1610, bv Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, 

fo. 11 : C. 26, fo. 14, Her. Coll. : Guil. 129. 
Beresford, George, London, quarterly, confirmed 1560. (Harvey's Grants); 

Add. MS. 16,910, fo. 20. 



2^ GRANTEteS OP ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

Bergaigne, Henry de, Col. of a regt. of Horse iu the service of the United 

Provinces, confirmed 10 Feb. 1631-2, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 12. 
Barkeley, Thos., Oxenburie, Devon, 1583, by Cooke's Deputy Drury. Stowe 

MS. 670, fo. 46 ; Harl. MS. 1079, fo. 15. 
Berkeley, John, Lord, Supporters at Brussels May 1658, by Sir E. Walker, Gart. 

Her. Coll., fo. 12. 
Bekkhamstead, town, by Camden. Harl. MSS. 6095, fo. 37", and 1441, fo. 147*". 
Bernard, Archibald, see Barnard. 
Bernesley, William, Bernesley Hall, co. Wore, 1588, by Cooke. Stowe MS. 

670, fo. 26^ proved from evidences temp. B. 3. See also Barnesley. 
Berry, Richard, Loudon, D. phys., June 1626, by R. St. George. Harl. MS. 

1422, fo. 14 ; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 65^ 
Berthelot, Thomas, London (King's printer), 1 Sept. 1549, by Hawley. Add. 

MS. 16,940, f 0.203. 
Bertie, Thomas, Bersted, Kent, gent., Capt. of Hurst Castle for the King's 

Majesty, 10 July 1550, bv Hawley. Harl. MS. 245, fo. 107, copy of 

grant, Brit. Mus. ; Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 203 ; MS. Ashm. 858, pp. 232-3, 

copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. 
Beryff, William, Colchester, Esses, 5 May 1555 (? by Hawley). Add. MS. 

16,940, fo. 207". 
„ . . . ., Colchester, Essex, 11 May 1614, by Camden. Caius Coll. Camb. MS. 

551, fo. 31". 
Beste, Thos., s. of Hy., Middleton, Quernhow in Richmondshire, 19 Feb. 1624-5, 

by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 12. 
Best, De, James, London, merch', free denison, b. of James of Flanders, 9 July 

1617, by Camden. Harl. MS. 6095, fo. 36 ; Guil. 270. 
Best, John, Bp. of Carlisle, by Dalton. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 49, 10 Feb. 1560-1, 

by G. Dethick, Gart., in Grants L, 61 ; 5 Mar., Harl. MS. 1115, 

fo. 65. 
Beste, John, citizen and haberdasher, of London, descended of a family at Horton 

Court, Kent, 2 Feb. 1578-9, by Sir G. Dethick. Harl. MSS. 1441, fo. 84", 

and 5847, fo. 39 ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 40. 
Bestnby, Robert, London, gent., dep. treasurer of the Q. Majesties Chambre, wh. 

Robt. is ri<];ht heire and lineally descended from Bestuey, sometime of the 

city of Chester, gent., confirmed 20 March 1559-60, by Dalton. Harl. MSS. 

1359, fo. 50", and 5887, fo. 10" ; 5 quarters and impaling 3 quarters, Harl. 

MS. 5887, fo. 11" ; with 13 quarters, Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 11". 
Beswicke, Roger, London, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 94", and 1359, fo. 100", 

as Boswyke ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 88". 
„ William, Spelmondcn, Kent, by Barker. Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 1. 
„ William, Loudon, gift, 1564 (Harvey's Grants). Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 21. 
Bethell, Richard, Hyde, Hants, crest 1559, W. Harvey's Grants. Add. MS. 

16,940, fo. 41" ; Harl. MS. 1544, fo. 69". 
Bettisworth, Thomas, of co. Southants [certificate], by W. Ryley, Lane. Herald. 

Stowe MS. 703, fo. 63. 
Bevan, William, Pen-y-coed, co. Carmarthen, High Sheriff, 1 June 1695, by 

St. George, Gart. and Clar. Grants IV., 198, and Guil. 288. 
„ Theophilus, student at law, 1 ^ ,^g^.^ 
„ Thomas, D.D., J 

Beveridge, Thomas, Chief Searcher of the City of Chichester, and all the Havens, 

towns, ports, and creekes in Sussex, Esq., and to William, his bro., now 

resident in Dufranille in the county of Valloyne in the province of 

Normandy, gent., s. of W">, s. of John, s. of Thos., s. of W™, s. of Thos., 

sometime of Sevenoaks, Kent, esq., arms and crest 30 May 1595, by 

Lee, Clar. Harl. MSS. 1507, fo. 391, copy of grant, Brit. Mus.; 1359, 

fo. 16 ; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 17 ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MSS. 38, fo. 113, and 146, 

fo. 35, 40 ; Lc Neve's MS., fo. 49, 391. 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 23 

Beveelet, Sir George, Dublin, Kt., new coat and crest 20 Jan. 1605-0, by 

D. Molyneux, Ulster K. of A. Harl. MS. 2153, fo. 126'' ; Misc. Gen. et 

Her., ii., 95, former coat, by Ro. Cooke, Clar., Arg. on a chcv. sa. before 

[between] three pellets a crescent or, then surveyor of victnalls in Ireland. 

Stowe MS, 670, fo. 37", and Harl. MS. 2153, fo. 120. 
Ray, see Bee. 
r.iUDULPH, Francis, Biddnlph, co. Staff, confirmed 1 May 1,")84, by Flower. 

MS. Asbm. 844, fo. 57, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; (luil. 209." 
„ John, of Exeter, D. phys., and his kinsman. 
BiDGOOD, Himiphrey, of Fulford, Devon, merch', 3 July 1090, bv T. St. George, 

Gurt. and Clar. Harl. M.'^. 6834, fo. 178 ; Grants IV., 62'. 
BiEST, John Atcham, Salop, confirmed 6 June 1586, bv Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, 

fo. 80, and 1422, fo. 51" ; MS. Ashm. 834, fo. 59", copy of grant, Bodleian 

Lib. ; Guil. 332 ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 34. 
BiGGS, John, Sandish, co. Glouc, and of Lenchwike, co. Wore, exemplification 19 

May 15 Ed. IV., by W. Hawkesloe. Harl. MSS. 1507, fo. 126, 1043, fo. 32, 

and 1560, fo. 115 ; Le Neve's MS. 255. 
Bill, Jane, d. of John, of Ashwell, Herts, ux. John Burgoyne of Sutton, Beds, 

2 May 1528, by T. Wriotheslev, GarL, and Benolte. Harl. MS. 4900, 

fo. 22". 
BiLLESBY, William, who mar'' Anne Brograve. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 81, by Cooke. 
BiLLESuos, als Williams, John, geut.,\'5 Sep. 13 Ed. IV. 1473, by W. Hawkes- 

lowe, Clar. Add. MS. 17,506, fo. 37. Erni.. a pile gu. and a chev. sa., all 

within a bordure engrailed or. 
„ Robert, gent., 19 Sep. 10 Ed. IV. 1470, by W. Hawkeslowe, Clar. Add. MS. 

17,51 10, fo. 37, Lord Mayor of Lond. 1483 ; Le Neve's MS. 259. 
DiLLiXGHCRST, John, Newport, I. of W., 6 Julv 1054, by Sir E. Bysshc, Clar. 

Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 14", copy of graut. 
r>iLLiKGSLEY, William, London, confirmed 1502 (Harvey's Grants). Add. MS. 

10,940, fo. 29. 
BiLSON, Arnald, borne in highe Germanye, etc., 10 Oct. 1582, by Sir G. Dethicke. 

Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 28" ; Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 78, refer to this, and 

Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 46. 
Bingham, Capt , by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 92" ; Add. MS. 4906, 

fo. 58". 

BixGLEY, John, Boughton, Flints, and to 1 testified by R. St. George Norr 13 

Join of Chester ( "^l"'' ^*'^''^- ^''''■'- ^^- ^^^^' 

" ''°""' °' ^"^ster, J ^^ 25" ; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 112. 

„ Sir Ralph, by St. George, Norr. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 79" ; Harl. MS. 0140, 

fo. 73". 

„ Richard Blythe, Notts, exemplified 13 Dec. 1005, on certif. of kinship from 

Sir Raulf Bingley. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 25" ; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 79" and 

112 ; Q's Coll. Oxf. M.S. 146, fo. 137. 

BiNLOSSE, Robert, Bonvick, [?] co. Lane, akin to Serg' Binlosse, crest 27 Nov. 

1587. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 37, fo. 110, copy of grant ; Stowe MS. 676, 

fo. 75". 

Birch (John), Baron of the Exchequer, by Barker. Harl. MS. 5840, fo. 4" ; 

(Stydolph, his wife, see) Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 87. 

BiRCHETT, Joseph, Rye, Sussex, Quarterly, 3 July 1589, by Cooke. Harl. ]\rSS. 

1359, fo. 100, and 1422, fo. 120" ; Jasper in Stowe MS. 070, fo. 34 ; Stowe 

MS. 618, fo. 220. 

Bird, James, Brougham, Westmoreland, 31 Oct. 1668, by Dugdale, Norr. Harl. 

MS. 1105, fo. 13. 

„ (ats Brid), Robert le, Broxton, Cheshire, 20 Feb. 1575-0, by Flower. Guil. 

230. 

„ (Byrde), Thomas, of Overlockshaw, s. of Robt., s. of Thomas, crest 1011, by 

R. St. George, Norr. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 48", and 6140, fo. 72. 



24 GRANTEES OF AKMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

Bird, 'William, London, £;ent., confirmed 20 Mar. 15C0-1, by Sir G. Dethick. 

Harl. MS. 1441, lb. 64^ nnd Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 14n, fo. (,\ 
Byrd, William, Doctor of the Civil law, s. of W™ (and Mary, d. and h. of James 

Woodhal of Walden), s. of Thos., s. of W"', etc., exemplified Mar. 1000, 

by Camden. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 20'', and 0095, fo. 8^ ; Gnil. 383. 
BiRKBECK, . . . ., by Sir C. Barker, Gart. Harl. MS. 0179, fo. 13. 
BiRKEBY, James, Dewsbury, Yorks, 20 Oct. 1590, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1422, 

fo. 23 ; Add. MS. 10,940, fo. 209 ; Backley in Stowe MS. (070, fo. 49), 

or, three garbs sable ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 73''. 
BiRKBiB (Byhkbie'), Tlionias, York (or, three garbs sa.), by Sir G. Dethick, Gart. 

Add. MS. i'(;,7r.;l, f... li'4(?122'0. 
Birkenhead, Sir Jdlui, D.C.L., at the Castle of S' Germains, 22 Ang. 1649, by 

Walker. Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 72" ; Add. MSS. 14,293, fo. Ill, and 14,294, 

fo. 37 ; Her. Coll., fo. 29. 
BiEKHEAD (Brykett), Edmund, Bp. of St. Asaph 1513—18. Add. MS. 26,702, 

fo. 73^ 
„ John, Crouton, Cheshire, by Barker. Harl. MS. 5840, fo. 11" ; Stowe MS. 

092, fo. 23", and Harl. MS. 0179, fo. 10. 
Birkett vel Brikett (temp. H. 0). Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 22. 
BiRTWESELL, (James) John, of Honycot Hall, co. Lane, by Harvey. Add. MS. 

14,295, fo. 70" ; called John of Huncott Hall, co. Lane, Harl. MSS. 1441, 

fo. 45", and 1116, fo. 68. 
„ Oliver, Huncote Hall, co. Lane, 15G0. Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 14" ; John in 

Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 12, all the same coat. 
BisCHOFF, . . . ., Basle, Switzerland, 6 July 1501, by Maximilian, Emperor; 27 Nov. 

1546, by Chas. V., Emperor, and 5 May 1581, by Eudolph of Prague. 

Berry's "Supplement. 
BiSHE, Edward, Smalfield, par. of Burstow, Surrey, s. of John, s. of Wm., s. of 

John, s. of John, etc., crest 1 Oct. 1017, by Camden. Harl. MS. 1507, 

fo. 388, copy of grant, Brit. Mus., and Q's dll. Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 131 ; 

Quarterly of 6 in Add. MS. 5533, fo. 257" ; 40 quarterings in Harl. MS. 

1076, fo! 83 ; Stowe MS. 097, fo. 119"; Lo Neve's MS. 388. 
BiSHOPP, Edward, of the Mid. Temple, Esq. (s. of Edward of Evesham, co. Wore), 

30 Nov. 1628, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 12" ; Guil. 358; Harl. 

MS. 6140, fo. 80. 
„ Sir Eichard, Alveston ais Aston, co. Warwick, Esq., 30 years sergeant-at-arras 

to K. Jas. and K. Chas. at Oxford, 25 May 1645, by Walkei-. Add. MS. 

14.294, fo. 30" ; Stowe MS. 714, fo. 126, and Harl. MS. 611, fo. 25. 

„ Thomas, Henfield, Sussex [sic'], by R. Cooke. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 15 ; Harl. 

MS. 1502, fo. 54". 
„ William, Dorset, gent., etc., crest 10 Aug. 1027, by Segar. Add. MSS. 

12,225, fo. 12", and 14,295, fo. 83" ; Guil. 358 ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 79" ; 

see Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 159. 
„ William, Selscorabe, Sussex, 2 Sept. 1602, by Sir E. Bysshe, Clar. Harl. 

MS. 1105, fo. 42. 
BisPHAM, Samuel, s. of W™, Billing and Bispham, co. Lane, alteration 1 Dec. 

1040, by Sir H. St. George, Norr. Harl. MS. 1470, fo. 215, and 

Gnil. 1S7. 
„ William, of Bispham, grant 30 June 1013, by R. St. George, Norr. Harl. 

MS. 1470, fo. 58, 87, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. ; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 80 ; 

C. 28, fo. 37", Her. Coll., and Guil. 102 (father of Samuel), see Bispham 

Memoranda, 314 ; Quarterly, Harl. MS. 0140, fo. 31". 
Blacuford, Richard, Dorchester and London, mcrch', s. of W'" of Holway (by 

W. Segar, 1629). 10 Aug. 1027 (or 1629) Add. MSS. 12,225, fo. 13, and 

14.295, fo. 83"; C. 24, Her. Coll., and Guil. 405; Harl. MS. 6140, 
fo. 26, 80". 

Blackall, Richard, lineally descended from family of (? Surrey), searcher of the 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THR XVII. CENTURY. 2o 

ports and creeks of the co. of Devon ; crest to Richard and Christopher 

his son and heir 28 July 1599, by (?W. Detidck, Gart.,) and Camden. 

Cott. JI.S. Fiuiscina E. 1,"54" ; Harl. M.S. (iulir), fo. 23, and Guil. 403. 
Br.ACKDEN, see BLAGDK^J, of Surrey, by Cooke. Stovve MS. 670, fo. 45". 
Blackahore, George, Over, Ciieshire, s. of Ralphe, s. of W™, 22 Apr. 1606 (Nov. 

iu Bannerman MS., Xo. 9), bv R. St. Oeoriie, Norr. Harl. MS. 6140, 

fu. ac" ; Add. MS. 14,293, fu. 6y^ and in a lit tlT- booko of ffrants marked 679 

Her. Coll. 
Bi.ACKBUiJU (Henry), of Wymondham, Sull'., l Ajiril 1597, 39 Eliz., by R. Lee, 

Clar. Harl. MSS. 1540, fo. 15.S, and I().s3. f,,. .'i?. 
r.LACKBURNE of the Bish<ii)rii-k of Dmliam, I Apr. 1597, by (famdm, Clar. 

Stowe MS. 697, fo. 121. 
Bi.ACKERRy, James, of London, and ] ID .lune 1664, by Sir E. 

„ Thomas, of Shakerland Hall, Stiff., who llu.d [_l{ysshe, Clar., and to the 

for Alderni. and Sheriff of London, and -M iddx. ( descendants of their 

1666, and after High Sheriff Suffolk 16(;il, J grandfather John, of Wor- 

lingham, Suff. Harl. MS. 1470, fo. 103, copy uf grant, Brit. Mus. ; Hari. 

MS. 1105, fo. 19" ; Bysshe's Grants, fo. 16, Her. Coll., and Guil. 384. 
Bi,ACK.MORi:, John. London, granted 18 Nov. 1651 (in Edmondson), confirmed 

25 Apr. 1661, by Sir E. Bysshe, Clar. Stowe MS. 703, fo. 70, copy of 

grant, Brit. Mus. ; Misc. Geu. et Her., 2nd S., vol. iii., p. 269, plate ; 

Arthur, Hari. MS. 6140, fo. 36''. 
„ Arthui', of London, by R. St. George, Norr. Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 36". 
Bi.ACKSHAW, Thomas, of Adlington, Cheshire, s. of W">, s. of Robert, 1613, by 

R. St. George, Norr. Stowe MS. 706, fo. 19" ; Hari. MSS. 6179, fo. 14, 

and 6140, fo. 74". 
Blacksmiths' Guild, or Company, alteration of crest from what it was under the 

hand of Sir Thos. Holme, Clar., 24 June 1610, by Segar. Add. MS. 

12,22.5, fo. 13. 
Blackwall, Richard, Blackwall, co. Derby, 8 Aug. 1494, by Cariisle, Norr. Hari. 

JLS. 1507, fo. 176", 374, copy of grant, Brit. Mus., and Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 

38, fo. 18 ; Grants IL, 668 ; Add. MS. 6670, fo. 215 ; Le Neve's MS. 

374. 
Blackwell, William, London, confirmed 1560 (Harvev's Grants). Add. MS. 

16,940, fo. 38" ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 54. 
Blage, Thomas, one of Her Majesties Chaplains, quarteriy, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 

1359, fo. 90", and 5887, fo. 20 ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 69. 
Blagrave, Thomas, Wilts, confirmed grant 1567, by Sir G. Dethick, Gart. 

Grants I., 53 ; Stowe MS. 676, fo. 31" ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 37, fo. 46, copy 

of grant in Latin. 
Ili.AiKWAY, Anne, dau. of John, of Hornidge, Salop, relict of Sir Revett Eldred, 

late of Gt. Saxham, Suff'., dec'', 6 Dec. 1652, by Sir E. Bysshe, Gart., and 

to her posterity lawfullie begotten. Hari. MS. 1172, fo. 18 ; for grant in 

Brit. Mus. Stowe MS. 703, fo. 71. 
Blake, Mary, dau. of William, W Andover, AVilts, iix. Ralph Rigges of Farnhara, 

Surrey, by Segar (Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 13"), testified by W" Le Neve 23 

Oct. 1640. Grants I., fo. 419, 421. 
Blaker, Edward, Portslade, Sussex (s. of Edward), 19 Feb. 1616-17, by Segar. 

Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 14; Guil. 251. 
„ William, city of Salisbury (s. of William), grant 12 Feb. 1613-14, by Segar. 

Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 13" ; C. 22, fo. 19" ; Her. Coll. and Guil. 248, 

as Blacker. 
Blakey, Simon, Blakey, co. Lane, 1589, by Cooke. Hari. MSS. 1359, fo. 100", and 

1422, fo. 94" ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 89". 
Blanchbaston, descended out of Normandy, 15 Nov. 1556, by Sir G. 

Dethick, Gart. Hari. MS. 1359, fo. &&• ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 80, 

copy of certificate. 



26 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OP THE XVII. CENTURY. 

Bland, Adam, London, skinner to Q. Eliz., 10 May 1563, by Flower. Guil. 137 ; 

sergeant pelter of Westmorland, Harl. j\IS. 5887, fo. 82. 
Blandford, Walter, D.D., Bishop of Oxford, and bis brothers, 30 Dec. 1005, by 

Sir E. Walker, Gart. Her. Coll., fo. 62. 
Blank, Thomas, citizen and Alderm. of London, 10 Oct. 1574, by Sir G. Dethick, 

Gart. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 81 ; 1573 in Q's Coll. Oxf. Mj§. 145, fo. 33. 
Blinkarne, Thomas, Chislehurst, Kent (s. of George, of Holbeck, co. Line, s. of 

George, servant to Q. Eliz.), "royalist, condemned to dye," 3 March 

1663-4, bv Walker. Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 35, 61, copy of grant ; Add. MSS. 

14,293, fo. 57, and 14,294, fo. 12'' ; Surrey Arch. Soc, iii., p. 323 ; Harl. 

MSS. 1507, fo. l^ and ] 105, fo. 13. 
Blobhall, WiOiam, Mendham, Siiff., gent., confirmed 27 May 1614, by Camden, 

arms, or, on a chief indented gu. two gauntlets of the first ; crest, etc. 

Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 10, copy of grant, Brit. Mus., and 1172, fo. 10. 
Bloer, . . . ., London, arg., a chev. vert. betw. three pomeis, by Segar. Add. MS. 

12,225, fo. 14". 
Blomer, John, Hawkswell, Cnmbld., and now of London, who mar'' the dan. of 

Rydle of Durham (gu., an inescocheon arg. a lion rampt. gu. a border dr, 

impaling Ridley, by Sir G. Dethick, Gart. Add. MS. 26,753, fo. 122''. 
Blount ais Crokk, John'le, ..... by Barker. Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 13 ; Stowe 

MS. 692, fo. 30. 
„ William, a mercer in Cheapside, London, s. of John, s. of Morris, 2nd s. of 

Edmond, s. of John, of Mangotsfield, co. Glonc, by Wilma, d. and h. of 

Thos. a Barle, crest 16 Nov. 1572, by Cooke, to the posterity of Morris 

his grandfather. Harl. MS. 1507, fo. 95", copy of grant, Brit. Mus. (Harl. 

MSS. 1359, fo. 10, and 1422, fo. 115), and Q's Coll. Oxf. MSS. 38, fo. 57, 

and 146, fo. 45 ; Add. 5IS. 4966, fo. '.14'', quartering Barker and 

Lathbroke. 
Blower, Peter, s. of William, s. of Robert, of Suff., 1 June 1597, by Lee. Stowe 

MS. 696, fo. 120" ; copy of grant in Latin Q's Coll. 6xf. MS. 86, fo. 62. 
Bloys, . . . ., Ipswich, Suff., gu., three dragons passant, etc., by Segar. Add. MS. 

12,225, fo. 14. 
„ . . . ., Ipswich, Suff., sa., a bend a fesse, quartering Raven and Bladbold. 

Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 14" ; field altered to gu. in Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 18 ; 

Guil. 127 ; Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 11". 
Blythe, . . . ., ermine, on a fesse gu. three lions rampant or, 1632, by Segar. Add. 

MS. 12,225, fo. 15. 
„ George, of Lincoln's Inn, s. of John, s. of Gregory, co. Derby, crest 19 April 

1575, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1069, fo. 8", and 1359, fo. 14 ; Cains Coll. 

Camb. MS. 552, copy of grant ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 66". 
Blithe, William, Norton, co. Derby, 1 H. 7, by S. More, Norr., and ratified 

11 Dec. 1566 by Flower. Harl. MS. 1537, fo. 47 ; Egerton MS. 996, 

fo. 65 ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 69. 
Blythe, William, Lincolnshire, Quarterly, 1590, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, 

fo. 94, and 1422, fo. 115". 
Bltjdder, Thomas, s. of Henry, of Grantham, co. Line, grant April 1593, by 

W. Dethick, Gart. Stowe MS. 676, fo. 89", 103" ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 36, 

fo. 25, copy of grant ; Guil. 157. 
„ Thomas, " preferred to a worshipful place of charge in the service of his 

majesties navy Royal"; the above coat exemplified with alteration 2 April 

1600, by Camden. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 17", and Cott. MS. Faustina E. 1, 

fo. 67", a Knight of Mile End Green, Middx., and of Lincolnshire ; also in 

Harl. MSS. 6095, fo. 1", 1433, fo. 69, and 1046, fo. 84. 
BoDDY, John, gent, and one of tlie Shewers of the Chamber to the Queen's Majesty, 

grant 4 Aug. 1552, by Sir G. Dethick, Gart. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 70, copy 

of grant ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 86 ; Grants I., 210. 
BoDDiE als Thojias, John, London, Admiral of the North Fleet, crest and 



GRANTEES OP ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTTTRT. 27 

augmentation for services against Her Majesties enemies of the North 

fleet in Ireland, 16 Jnly 158!), by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 22 ; Add. 

MS. 14,295, fo. -16 ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 146, fo. 41. 
BoDENHAM, Roger, CO. Hereford, .... 1552, by Sir G. Dethick, az., a fesse betw. 

two chessrooks or. Stowe MS. 676, fo. 22 ; confirmation in Latin, Q's Coll. 

Oxf. MSS. 37, fo. 31, and 39, fo. 89 ; crest and exemplification, quarterly 

of 4, 19 Jan. 1579-80, by G. D[ethick], Harl. MSS. 1441, fo. 90'> (a label 

of three in 1359, fo. 62), 5823, fo. 49, and 5847, fo. 48 ; Q's Coll. Oxf. 

MS. 145, fo. 49 ; Grants I., 39 ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 38. 
BoDELEY, Denys, s. of Thomas, of Cornwall, ux. William Luson, Alderra. of 

London, gift 1558 (Harvey's Grants). Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 41 ; Harl. 

MS. 1116, fo. 64. 
„ John, Streatham, Surrey, crest 1 Oct. or Dec. 1609, by Camden. Harl. MSS. 

1052, fo. 206", copy of grant, Brit. Mas., and 1433, fo. 97 ; Le Neve's 

MS. 494. 
BoDYAM, . . . ., by Barker, Gart. Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 14" ; Add. MS. 26,702, 

fo. 65". 
Bocuc, William, of London, 7 June 1661, by Sir E. Walker, Gart. Her. Coll., 40. 
BoGff or BuGG, Humphrey, Sutterton, co. Line, 10 March 1602-3, by Camden. 

Guil. 352; Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 14". 
BoLLES, George, London, Alderm., after Lord Mayor [1617-18], coufirmed by 

Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 16. 
BoLLE ais BoLr.ES, Robert, of co. Line, Quarterly of 10, crest granted 12 Nov. 

1560, by G. Dethick, Gart. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 80; Grants I., 292; 

Richard in copy of grant, Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 111. 
„ AVilliam, Worthen, Sutiblk, 28 Feb. 1528-9, by T. Wriothesley, Gart., and 

Benolte. MS. Ashm. 834, fo. 8, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Guil. 373. 
„ William, Osbarton, Notts (s. of W" of Wortham, Suff.), coufirmed 16 July 

1575, by Flower. MS. Ashm. 844, fo. 8, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib.; 

Harl. M.S. 1422, fo. 108", and Guil. 311. 
liOLXEV, John, Boliiey, Sussex, crest 5 Nov. 1541, by Hawley. Misc. Gen. et Her., 

i., p. 304 ; loth Nov. iu Her. and Geneal., i., p. 80, copy of grant, Brit. 

j\Ius. ; Bannerman MS. 9, fo. 450. 
BoLTOX, John, Bolton Hill, co. Pemb., 5 July 1555, by Sir G. Dethick. Misc. 

Gen. et Her., N. S., ii., p. 163, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. 
„ Thos., Woodbridge, Suff., Esq., descended from Bolton of Bolton, co. Ijanc, 

Quarterly, 26 Aug. 1615, by Camden. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. Ill, and 

6095, fo. 35" ; Guil. 218. 
„ William, Prior St. Bartholomew, West Smithfiuld, juxta London, 22 May 

1529, by Benolte, Clar. Arundel MS. 26 (S. xvi.), fo. 172", patent iu 

French, Brit. Mus. 
BoxcLE or BuNCLEY, Sir Geoi-ge, Col. of Horse, late lieut.-gov'' city of Oxford, 

1 April 1645, by Walker. Add. MS. 14,294, fo. 31"; Her. Coll., 

fo. 28. 
Bond, Dennis, Dorset, alteration by the appointment of M'' Bysshe, Gart. Harl. 

MS. 1441, fo. 151. 
„ William, Captain of Chester, by Cooke. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 16". 
BoxEST, Thomas, Putney, grocer, fined for Alderman, 31 July 1654, by E. Bysshe, 

Gart. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 74", and 6179, fo. 29". 

BONFOY, 1657, by E. Bysshe, Gart. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 151. 

BoNHAM, see Norton. 

BoNNATRE, John, gent., 1 April 1442, 20 H. 6, by Hawke.slow. Harl. MSS. 1077, 
fo. 52", and 1162, fo. 68 ; Harl. Soc. IX., 275 ; copy of grant, Brit. Mus., 
in Harl. ]\[S. 1142, fo. 23 ; MS. Rawl. Cod. B. 119, fo. 2, Bodleian Lib. 
BoxxELL, John, Loudon, merch', ^ June 1691, by T. 8t. Geprge, Gart. and Clar. 

[Stowe MS.] 716, fo. 51 ; Grants IV., 82, Her. Coll."; Stowe MS. 714, 

to. 1-^3" ; Harl. MS. 1085, fo. 56, 16 May. 



28 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

Bonner, T)'' Edmund, Bishop of Hereloid, aud now of Loudon, by Barker. Harl. 

MSS. 5846, to. 19^ and 6179, to. 16. 
BoNwiCKE, John, of Mickleham, Surrey, B.U., s. of Benj" of Reigate, 3 Feb. 
1671-2, by Sir E. Bysshe, Clar. Bysshe's Grants SO; Harl. MS. 1105, 
fo. 39. 
„ Benjamin, of Reigate, one of the captains of the trayned bauds. 
Booker, . . . ., London, out of Notts, or, an eagle displayed vert, crowned of the 
first, a bordure az. charged with 8 fleurs de lis gold, by Segar. Add. MS. 
12,225, fo. 15 ; C. 24, fo. 268% Her. Coll. ; C4uil. 212. 
BooRNE, Elizabeth (wife of Hy. Billingsley, Esq., of London), dau. and co-h. 
of Henry, by Marg', d. and h. of . . . . Irton, who mar'' d. and h. of Boyse, 
13 Nov. 1570, by Cooke. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 50. 
Booth, John, s. of Thomas, of Barton, after Earls of Warrington, grant by 
Charter or deed of Thomas Booth of Barton, 3 boars' heads erased and 
erected sa., 5 H. IV. 1404 in Guill. Introd., p. 8. 
„ John, residing at Seville in Spain, born in co. Notts (s. of William), testified 
by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 15^ 
BORASTON, Philip, Aldeuham, Herts, gent., s. of Henry, s. of Thomas, of the Rock, 
CO. Wore, exemplified Jan. 1606, by Camden. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 20, 
and 6095, fo. l^ ; Guil. 390. 
Borden, Arnold de, of Bordeaux, and his sou "I letters patent 28 March 1444, 22 
„ Grimondde, of Bordeaux, / H. 6. Harl. MS. 1507, fo. 398, 

for copy; Rymer V., 132, and Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 33; 
Cott. MS. Jul. C. VIL, fo. 243; Stowe MS. 840; Genealogist, iii., 502^; 
Lawrence's Nobility of the British Gentry, 8; for trick, see Le Neve's 
MS. 398. 
BoREEL, John, "ordinum Zelandia secretaris," etc., diploma 20 April 1622, 

examined by Segar. MS. Ashm. 858, fo. 47, copy in Bodleian Lib. 
BoRLEY, William Devercl, Longbridge, Wilts, crest 1 May 1546, by Hawley. 
Add. MSS. 16,940, fo. 200^ and 7098, fo. T?"* (fo. 34) ; Harl. MS. 1544, 
fo. SS''. See Burley. 
Borne, Gilbert, Bp. of Bath and Wells, arms 21 May 1554, ? by Hawley. Add. 

MS. 16,940, fo. 206''. 
Borough, John, s. of William, Sandwich, Kent, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, 
fo. 19^ 
„ Thomas, see BuRROUGH. 

„ William (s. of Walter), Clerk aud comptroller of the Queen's Navy, 27 Jan. 
1586, by Cooke. MS. Ashm. 844, fo. 67, copv of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; 
Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 110", and 1422, fo. 93", and Guil. 127 ; Add. MS. 
4966, fo. 68 ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 26", Quarterly. 

BoROWE, Richard, Cheshire, by Barker. Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 13. 

BORKELL, John, Wormlcy, Herts, , by Barker. Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 7" ; Stowe 

MS. 692, fo. 22 ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 53". 
Bosevile, Sir Ralph, Bradborne, Kent, achievement of 20 quarteriugs, 20 Sept. 
1620, by Camden. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 42, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. ; 
Harl. IMS. 5887, fo. 17". 
Bo.sYii.E, !)'■ William, and his bro. "i sous of Wm. B., Alderm. of Oxford, s. of Thos. 
„ Edward, / of Yorks, 10 June 1638, by Borough. Harl. 

MS. 1105, fo. 56 ; Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 90" ; Guil. 372. 
Boswyke, Roger, London, . . . ., by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 100" ; Beswick 

iu Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 74". 
BoswoRTH, Isabel, wife to Sir W" Feilding, Kt., co. Warwick, 1 Feb. 1549-50, 

by Hawley. Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 203". 
BOTELER, see also Butler. 

BoTELER (Buttelier), Richard, Native of Kents, arms (? and crest) temp. E. IV., 
by T. Holme, Norr., confirmed 20 Nov. 1567 by Cooke, Clar., Flower, Norr., 
Tui'pyu, Windsor Herald, aud Cotgrave, Riehmoud Herald : arg. and sa., 



GRANTEES OP ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 29 

gyrouny of 24 pieces, three dogs' heads erased collared gn. ; crest, a cup 
or betvv. two wings, one arg. the other azure. Her. and Gencal., i., p. 80. 
BoTELKii, Richard, of Kent, two coats : No. 1, arg., three escocheous az. each charged 
with a covered cup d'or, as procured by Drury ; since altered to this : 
No. 2, sa., three covered cups withiu a horduro or. Crest alleri;d (and 
allowed at the Visit" to Rich'' B. of lleronden. Kent, Harl. JMSS. 1 Hn;, 
fo. 48", and U32, fo. 200). Harl. M8S. K-if)!*, fo. 97, and II -'2, U>. li"', 
two coats ; Add. MS. 4i)6G, fo. 87. 
„ Richard, of Eastry, of Heronden, Kent, s. of lien., >. ..f .lolm, s. of Richard, 
confirmed (i July 1599, by W. Dethick and Camden. .Stowe MS. (170, 
fo. 129'' ; Q's Coll. Osf. M8. 30, fo. 79, copy of grant. 
„ Richard, South Creake, Norfolk, .... by Camden. Harl. JIS. 1422, 

fo. 14". 
„ William, Kirton, Beds, 8 May 1585, by Cooke. MS. Ashm. 844, fo. GO, copy 
of grant, Bodleian Lib.; (luil. 78. 
BoXHOLMBY, John, of York, 15 March 1000-7, by Sir E. Walker, (lart. Her. C(.ll., 

fo. 63. 
BoUGHTELL, Sir David, Bodmin, Cornwall, Feb. 1000-7, l)y (!amdeii. (Jnil. 385 ; 

Le Neve's MS. 350. 
BouriHTON, .... crest .... by Barker. Harl. MS. 5840, fo. 0, and Siowe MS. 
692, fo. 23. 
„ Edward, Woolwich, Kent, gent., 11 Feb. 1518-19, by T. Wriothesley, (!art., 
and Benolte. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 83 (1518), copy of grant in French, 
Brit. Mus. 
„ William, of Little Lalleford, co. Warwick, Esquire of the body to the King, 
grant of arms and crest 17 Feb. 1516-17, by T. Wriothesley, (!art., and 
Benolte. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 28, copy of grant in French ; 1510 in 
Harl. MS. 1507, fo. 422, 430 ; Le Neve's MSS. 422, 429. 
BuULiiROKE, John, Drinkeston, SuEf., grant 25 March 1594, by W. Dethick, Gart. 
Stowe MS. 070, fo. 91", and Badbroke in fo. 107 ; Q's Coll. 0.xf. MS. 36, 
fo. 35, copy of grant. 
BOURCHIER, Anthony, Bedesley, co. Glouc, gent., 1 Dec. 1548, by Hawley. Harl. 
MS. 1507, fo, 437, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. ; Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 4, and 
1422, fo. 71 ; Add. MS. 16,^940, fo. 203 ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MSS. 38, fo. 53, 
and 39, fo. 11 ; Grants IL, 483" ; Le Neve's MS. 437. 
„ James, Little Staubridge, Essex, 12 Jan. 1599-1000, by Camden. Harl. MS. 

1422, fo. 22. 
„ Sir James, .... Oct. 1010, by Camden. Harl. MSS. U22, fo. 21'', and 

0095, fo. 21". 
„ Thomas, London, s. of Richard, s. of Thomas, ..I' {'.mkistoiic, (■>:. W nrr., crest 
23 Sept. 1587, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. llo, and 1122, fo. 52 ; 
Add. MSS. 14,295, fo. 24, and 4906, fo. 51". 
Bour(;es, .... Somerset .... March 1014, by Camden. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 38", 

and 0095, fo. 29". 

BoURXE, Uieliard, Wells, Somerset, Esq., sometime of London and iMastcr of the 

Jfurehant Taylors' Co. (brother of Gilbert, Bp. of Bath and Wells, and 

lord president of the Marches of Wales, leinp. Q. Mary, and was also cousin 

german to Sir John Bourne, secry. to the sd. queen), crest 17 Nov. 1592, 

by W. Dethick, Gart. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 22 ; Stowe MS. 67(!, fo. 82" ; 

.\dd. MS. 14,295, fo. 45"; 1591 in copy of grant, Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 37, 

fo. 124. 

p „-.„. ,1 merchants, of London, s. of Sir Edward, 26 Jan. 

DES BouvERiE, A^ lUiam and I j^g^.^ ,jy q^. gt. George, Gart. and Clar. Grants 

" '^■'"'^^ J IV., fo. 178. 

BowATER, Thomas, of London (s. of Thos., s. of Thos., of Coventry), by Cooke, 
confirmed 1027 by Segar. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 16 ; Add. MS. 12,225, 
fo. 15". 



30 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THK END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

BowDON, .... Quarterly, sa. and or, in the first quarter a lion passaut arg., by 

Camden. Morgan's Sphere, 117. 
BowELL, Nicholas, Buiy Court, Southants, Esq., 13 Dec. 1663, by Sir E. Bysshe. 

Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 17; Bysshe's Grants, fo. 2, Her. Coll., and Guil. 397 ; 

Add. MS. 14,293, fo. 14. 
BOWKRJTAN, James, Heniyock, Devon, Esq., crest 20 .Tune 1.563, by Harvey. 

Stowe MS. 677, fo. 10'^ ; Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 46. 
Bowes, Elizabeth, see HARRawE. 

,, Of Stretham, co. Durham. Le Neve's MS. 403. 
Bowes, Francis, Thornton, co. Durham, confirmed with difference 18 May 1639, 

by Borough, on certif. of Kinship from Sir G. Bowes of Bradley, Kt. 

Durham Visitn., ed. Foster. 
„ Sir Martin, of London, Alderm by Barker. Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 8\ 

and Stowe MS. 692, fo. 22" ; Harl. MS. 5857, fo. 16", 17, and three 

wives, etc. 
Bowker, Francis, Barton, co. Tianc, Quarterly coat 10 Jan. 1574-5, by Sir G. 

Dethick, Gart. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 69" ; Grants I., 89, since in Spain. 
Bowman, Seymour, Sarum, Wilts, arms and crest and an inescocheon of pretence, 

16 Feb. 1669-70, by Sir E. Bysshe. Harl. MSS. 110.5, fo. 21, and 1470, 

fo. 271 ; Bysshe's Grants, fo. 23, Her. Coll. 
BowsCER, Thomas, Stone, co. Glouc, 1606, by Camden. Harl. MS. 6095, fo. 21, 

and Guil. 413 ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 40", 148. 
Bowyers, of London, the fellows and masters " consanguines et majores," certificate 

by Camden. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 32. 
BowYER (? Thomas, 1570, Harl. MS. 1562, fo. 44), Sussex, Quarterly of 4 and 

crest. Cains Coll. Camb. MS. 551, fo. 19" ; (among Camden's guifts) Harl. 

j\IS. 1441, fo. 148, and Bannerman's MS., No. 9 (455), crest by Cooke, 

Clar. 
„ Francis, London, grocer .... by Ro. Cooke. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 123, 

Quarterly, 1 and 4, 2 and 3 : 2 and 3, Sa., three spades, etc. 
., Ralph, 1 and 4, 2, 3, co. Line, Esq., descended from Bowyer of Knypersley, 

CO. Staff., by Flower, Norr., 13 June 1574 ; Gilb. Dethick, Gart., 9 April 

1576 ; exemplified 9 April 1576, by Sir G. Dethick, Gart. MS. Ashm. 

858, fo. 70, 71, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib.; Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 85, 

copy of grant; also Harl. MS. 6832, fo. 136 ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, 

fo. 40". 
„ William, Loudon, Alderm., by Barker. Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 7 ; Add. MS. 

26,702, fo. 24" ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 22, vert, on a chevron betw. three 

lions' heads erased or, langued gules, as many trefoils of the field, on a chief 

barry wavy (of 6) argt. and azure an anchor between two frets of 

the 2nd. 
„ AVilliam, " Canserne," ? Sussex, confirmed 1558 (Harvey's Grants). Add. 

MS. 16,940, fo. 36", originally a chevron fleurty vert betw. three l)ulls' 

heads erased sable, horned and maned or ; crest, an arm, etc. 
„ William, of Knypersley, co. Staff., confirmed 6 June 1574, by Flower. Guil. 

179 ; MS. Ashm. 834, fo. 62, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. 
BoYARE, John, servant to Ricliard Bancroft, Archbp. of Canterbury, circa 1602, bv 

Camden. (Called Sir J.ihn, Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 7".) Harl. MS. 6095, 

fo. 19. 
Boycott, Silvanns, of Hinton. Silop, ;uid Francis, of Buildwas, s. of W'", dec'', late 

of Buildwas, etc., 21 March 1663-4, by Bysshe. Harl. MS. 1 105, fo. 18" ; 

Bysshe's Grants, Her. Coll. ; Misc. Gen. et Her.. N. S., ii., p. 162.(copy 

of grant, Brit. Mus.). 
BOYliAND, Richard, of Margettyne, Essex, gent., grant 2 Julv, 1 Eliz., 1559, by 

G. Dethick. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 77'', aud"^Misc. Gen. et Her., 3rd S., iii-., 

p. 128 ; copy of grant, Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 9t; ; Grants L, 304. 
BoiLAND, Eichai-d, Esq., Keeper of the Stores within the Tower of London ; with 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO TITE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 31 

tenor to the posterity of his father Eilw"^ of Margettiug, Essex ; crest 
28 Feb. 1573-4, by Cooke. Bowland quartering Lamborii. Harl. JISS. 
1359, fo. .10\ ami 1422, fo. IIG"; Add. MS. U,295, fo. 20 ; Ilarl. M.S. 
5887, fo. 69. 
Boyle, Stephen, of Kentish Towne, Middx., s. and h. of Alex' of Yorks, crest 
granted 24 Jan. 1569-70, by G. Dethick, Cooke, and Flower. Guil. 379 ; 
Harl. MSS. 1441, fo. Tl", and 1359, fo. 55" ; eopy of grant, (,>'s Coll. Oxf. 
MSS. 30, fo. 159, and 145, fo. 23". 
Bov.NTOX, Robert (5 April 1375), arms disallowed 5 A[nil 13,5. Harl. :\1S. I17S, 

fo. 44. See Aton. 
BoYSE, Edward, Fredville, Kent, Esq., 1589, by Cooku's di-puty. Stowe MS. 670, 

fo. 37^ 
BR.iBANTiNE, .... 1670. Burke's Armory. 

BiiABOUENE, Henry, ais Brabon, of Loudon, descended from John, Keeper of the 
mew'd [i.e., moulting] Hawks to Ed. III., arms and crest confirmed, 
impaling Marden, Guil. 259, 2 May 1629, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225 
fo. 16 Tllml MSS. 6140, fo. 65, and 1441, fo. 160". 
Bradbridge, i;iii;i)j;Rii)c;E, or Brodbridge, az., a pheon argent garnished or, by 
Sir G. Dethick, Gart. Q's Cnll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 44 ; Harl. MS. 5847, 
fo. 42". 

Bradbury , crest , by Barker. Harl. MS. 5,S16, fo. 5" ; Stowe MS. 

692, fo. 23. 
Bradshaw, Anne, dau. of Rirhnrd, late of Bonny, ux. Hy. Stanley of Sutton, 
Bonnington, Notts, is Jlarcli 1576-7, by Ro. d.oke, Clar. Grants II., 
510. 
„ James, of the Haghe, co. Lane, by Dalton. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 76". 
„ John, of Presteign, Radnor, gift "156]. Add. JIS. 16,940, fo. 27 (Harvey's 

Grants). 
„ fJohn (Windsor Herald 1626 — 33). Caius Coll. Camb. MS. 551, 
I fo. 30" (among Camden's gifts) ; Harl. MSS. 1105, fo. 7, and 1441, 
J fo. 148. 
„ j John, of the Exchequer, iemp. Jac. I., difference, and crest, Jan. 1624-5, 
by R. St. George. Harl. MS. 1470, fo. 220, copy of grant (in Latin), 
I by R. St. George, Clar. 

Brady, Thomas, of Cambridge, , 1586, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 90, 

117, and 1422, fo. 51" ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 28, 69". 
Bragg, . . . ., of Somerset, Arg', a chevron v' betw. three bulls passant gu., 1626, 

by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 17 ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 81. 
Braham, Sir Richard, for his services in the grand rebellion, augmentation 
and crest 10 June 1646, at Oxford, by Walker. Guil. 54 ; Harl. MS. 
1470, fo. 4 ; Add. MSS. 14,293, fo. 107, aud 14,294, fo. 35" ; Harl. MS. 
1172, fo. 73; MSS. Ashm. 840, fo. 401-2, aud 858, fo. 191-2, copy 
of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Her. Coll., fo. 27. 
Braithwaite, Tho^ of Warcop, Westm", gu., on a chev. arg. 3 cross crosslets 
fitcbee sa., alteration in crest 1601, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 16'' ; 
Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 40, by Knight. See Brathwaite. 
Brakyn, Thomas, of Cambridgeshire. Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 76"; Harl. MS. 

5887, fo. 65''. 
Bramhall, William, of London, gent., 2nd s. Peter, s. aud h. of John, late of 
Poutefract, Yorks, out of Cheshire (1602, by Segar, in Burke's Armory), 
confirmed 21 Nov. 1628, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 17; Guil. 
175. 

Braunde, Benjamin, , Suff., 10 March 1610-11. See Bronde. 

Brand, John, of Gray's Inn, esq., s. of Rich'', descended from Sir Thomas, of 
Hadham, Herts, crest 7 Sept. 1616, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 17" ; 
Guil. 337, and 21, fo, 155, Her. Coll. ; Harl. MSS. 1055, fo. 18", and 1422, 
fo. 71. 



32 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OP THE XVII. CENTURY. 

Brande, Tliomas, of West Moulsey, Surrey, 1502, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, 

fo. 103''. 
BuANDLYX, Sir Robtrt, of Xewcastle-upon Tyne, Northuiiib., Kt., who married 

Ann, d. of .John Place of Halnaby, Yorks, by dan. and one of the 

co-lieirs of Tho^ Surtees, of Diinsdale, co. Durham, arms confirmed ; 2 coats 

quarterly, and crest confirmed to Thos. and Henry, bis bros., 4 Dec. 

1561, by DaUon (over all on an escocheou of pretence, quarterly). Harl. 

MS. 1359, fo. 52". 
Bkandon, Gregoiy, of London, and ye executioner of the County of Middx., 

confirmed, or, four pallets ar., on a canton sable a lyon rampant of the 

first, by Segar. Concerning these arms and the malice and contrivance of 

Brdoksinouth, vulgo Brooke, York Herald, see Smith's L. P. of Camden, 

Add. MS. 12,225, fo. lU". 
Brakdreth, .John, of Weeford, co. Staff., patent 10 Nov. 1U23, by Segar. Add. 

MS. 12,225, fo. 17" ; MS. Ashm. 858, p. 1 11, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; 

Guil. 375 ; Harl. MSS. 0179, fo. 53^ and 1441, fo. l(50^ 
Bratiiwayte, Thomas, of Warcop, W'estm'', gent., s. and h. of Rob', of Ambleside, 

s. and h. of Ricii'' of same county, gift 22 Nov. 1591, by Knight, Nurr., 

alteration in crest, bv Segar, Norr., 1001, the line was taken away from 

the uTcyhnnnd. Ilarj. MSS. 1359, fo. 40, and 5887, fo. 7; Q's Coll. 

Oxf.'MS. 110, fo. 137; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 122"; Le Neve's MS. 74, 

307. 
Braavxk, Sir Jlugh, Vintner, atte ye Greyhound in Fleet St., 20 June 1C04, 

by Camden. Harl. MSS. 142l\ fo.'l7", 2275, fu. 91", 1115, fo. 9, and 

5839, fo. 3 ; Guil. 209. 
Braxton, William, see Brexton. 
Braybrook, Janies, of Suffolk, gent., given by Roger Machado ais Riciimont Clar., 

7 March (copy of grant, Brit. Mus.) 1504-5, 20 Hy. VIL Harl. MS. 1359, 

fo. 12, and Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 20 ; Grants IL, 037. 
„ Robert, of Norfolk, gent., 4 March, 15 Ed. IV., 1474-5, in Harl. MS. 09, 

fo. 50", by Hawkeslow. Harl. MS. 09, fo. 50" ; Add. MS. 0297, fo. 140 

(or 72"), "25 Ed. IV. ; MS. Ashm. 857, fo. 522, as John. 4 March, 

14 Ed. IV., 1474-5 (15 Ed. IV.), copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. 
Breauley, James, of Loudon, and Richard, of Marland, co. Lanes., s. of James, 

19 March 1015-10, bv Camden. Brierley in Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 40 ; 

Harl. MS. 6095, fo. 33l 

P>redeman, George, Beds. Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 10 (Harvey's Grants). 

Breedon, Zaccheus, of Croton, Northauts, B.D., and Capt. Thos. Breedon his 

son, GoV of Nova Scotia and Acadie in America, 11 Feb. 1661-2, by 

Sir E. Walker, Gart. Harl. MS. (;i79, fo. 40 ; Her. Coll., fo. 45. 
Brexde, Sir John, .... 1559, by Harvey ?, by Barker? Stowe MS. (;92, fo. 12" ; 

Add. MS. 10,940, fo. 30. 
Brent, Sir Nathaniel, of Oxford, a patent Jan. 1613-14, by Camden. Harl. MS. 

0095, fo. 25". 
Brentford and Forth, Patrick, Earl of, augmentation 20 March and supporters 

1 April 1645 at Oxford. 
Brereton, John, of Norwich, confirmed 1570, by Cooke, .... by Walker, (iart. 

Her. Coll., fo. 1—11. 
Breres, Edmond, of Brockhall, Esq., and John,of Marton, gent., crest Sept. 1613, 

by R. St. George, Norr. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 61. 
Brhwer, Robert, of Boxley, Kent, 2nd s. of Richard of West Farley, Kent, 

confirmed 7 Aug. 1590, by Cooke. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 62" ; Harl. MS. 

1548, fo. 87. 
„ .... of London, out of Somerset, confirmed gu., two bends undee or, a chief 

vair, martlet for difference, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 18 ; Guil. 70 ; 

H[er]. C[oll]., 24. 
Brewers, Company of, 23 July 1468, by W. Hawkeslowe, Clar. Grants IL, 539. 



GRANTEES OF AKMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 33 

Brewster, Humplirey, of Rushmere, 8uftblk, s. of Robert, s. of AVm., exemplified 

S July 1561, by Hervcy. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 22; Add. MS. h;,!I40, 
fo. 4li ; Misc. Gen. et Her., N. S., ii., 825, ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 54". 
Brexton, W™, of Hants, gent., e.xempiified by Segar. Add. MS. 14,2'J5, fo. 88" ; 

Harl. MS. 1544, fo. 2, 3. • 
Brice, .... DminingLon, Somerset, 1573, by R. Cooke, sa., a griffin passant or. 

Crest : a lion's head erased. Berry's Armory, erm., pierced thro' with an 

arrow or, feathered and headed argt. 
BRrni;E, William, of Bosbury, co. Hereford, by R. St. George. Harl. MS. G17t», 

fo. 19". 
BiiiDGES, John, of Chilliugford and Badowey, Essex, exemplified 10 July 1562, by 

G. Dethick. Add. MS. 14,293, fo. 23 ; Harl. MS. 5823, fo. 55". 
., Noiih, Sec. to the Lords of the P. Council at Oxford and clerk to the Commons 

at Oxf , etc. ; attended his late JIajesty at Newcastle, I. of W. ; augmentation 

1(1 Aju-il 1661, by Walker, Gart., fo. 43. Add. MS. 14,294, fo. 8". 
lUuiK.'iiANN, Edward, of Livesley, co. Lane, gent., 3rd s. of Thomas, of Greenway, 

Devon, crest 20 Jan. "l620-21, Ijy H. St. George. Add. MS. 14,295, 

fo. 81", copy of grant, Brit. Mus. 
Briogs (Brige.s), '. . . . of the North, "a salljer," 1G46, by W. Ryly, Lanes. 

Herald. 
Briggs, Augustine, of the city of Norwich, 3 Jan. 1664-5, by Bysshe, Clar. Harl. 

MS. 1105, fo. 38*, 39, by Bysshe ; Grants, 29, and Le Neve's 

MS. 50". 
BR.\NTinvAiTE, Richard, uf Lincoln's Lin, 21 July 1582, by Cooke, Clar. Stowe 

i\LS. 670, fo. 7", 30"; Add. MS. 14,297, fo. 7", 28. He married 

Margaret, dan. of John Bull (1558). ,'^ee under Braithwaite, Harl. MS. 

5887, fo. 7. 
Bretarghe, William, of Bretarghe Hall, co. Lanes., s. of W", s. of W" and Marg' 

Chisnoll, confirmation of arms and crest 20 Jan. 1595, by W. Dethick, 

Gart. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 36, fo. 124, 137. 
Briggs, David, of London, gent., and of Old Towne, Halifax, Yorks, s. of Richard, 

s. of W"', altered and allowed arms borne by Hy. Briggs of Halifax, 22 Dec. 

1624, by R. St. George. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 52". 
Bryggs, Henry, ais Patemer, of Halifax, Yorks, temp. H. 7. Add. MS. 26,702, 

fo. 51" ; Harl. MS. 1820, fo. 56". 
Briggs, Sir Humphrey, Bt , Houghton, Salop, 12 March 1682-3, by Sir H. 

St George, Clar. Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 78 ; Grants III., fo. 192. 
Brighouse, Martyn, of Colbye, co. Line, gent., s. of Rich'', s. of Rich'', s. of John. 

of Brighouse, Yorks, gent., 1 Dec. 1590, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, 

fo. 112 ; Add. MSS. 17,506, fo. 26, 4966, fo. 25 ; Grants IL, fo. 481. 
Bright, Stephen, of Carbrook. Yorks, 2 Dec. 1641, by Borough. Harl. MSS. 1105, 

fo. 58, and 1069, ib. 110" ; Guil. 386 ; Harl. MS. 5857, fo. 136". 
„ Thomas, of Bury Sc. Edmunds, and Robert, of Nether Hall, both Suffolk, 

sons of Tho= Bright and Margaret Payton, a patent 10 May 1615, by 

Camden. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 39", 6095, fo. 32" ; Her. and Geneal., iii., 
^ 328 (20 May) ; Guil. 245 ; Cains Coll. Camb. MS. 551. 
„ Thomas, of Netherhall, Suff., " nephew of above named Thomas," 29 July 

1641, by Sir J. Borough, Gart. Harl. MSS. 1085, fo. 25, and 1105, 

fo. 57" ; Gnil. 245. 
Brightman, ais Britzman, William, of Paris Garden, Surrey, gent., s. of John, of 

Herald House, in Stebbing, Essex, gent., 16 Feb. 1574-5, by G. Dethick. 

Harl. MSS. 1441, fo. 140", and 5823, fo. 35" ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, 

fo. 35". 
Brindslet, or Brinbley, . . . ., of Brinsley, Notts, grant 15G9, fo. 16, 

Burke's Armory. 
Bristowe, Nicholas, of Ayott St. Lawrence, Herts (Clerk of the Jewels to 

H. VIIL), coat and crest by Barker, and confirmed by Sir G. Dethick. 

F 



34 GBAMEES or ASMS 10 THE EM) OF QBE XVll. CimtBT. 

Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 10'' ; Stowe MSS. 692, fo. 2S*, 703, fo. 4. Hail. MS. 

1116, fo. 82, exemplified 3 Oct. 1544 ; Hail. MS. 1441, fo. 61 ; Misc. Gen. 

et Her., 2 S., iv., p. 257 ; see Q's Coll. 0.\f. MS. 145, fo. 1. 
BiiOAD (Beode), George, Brodhall, par. of Cokested, Siisse.\, by Sir G. Dethick, 

Gart. Add. MS. 26,753. fo. 122^. 
Beoad, Heiirv. of Chiswiek, Middx., Esq., s. of Arthur, of Caldwell, Yorks, 

12 March 1654-5, by Bysi-lie, Gart., and 27 Jnne 1661 as Clar. Hail. 

MS. 1105, fo. 19" ; Misc. Gen. et Her.,N. S.,ii., 311 ; Bysslie'.s Graiits. 15, 

Her. Coll. ; Hurl. MS. 1172, fo. 16 and 26, copy of grant. Harl. MS. 

6179, fo. 54''. 
Beock, Robert, city of Chester, jrranted 3 Sept. 1580, by Flower. MS. Ashm. 834, 

p. 25, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Guil. 191. 
„ William, of the Inner Temple, s. of Robert, etc., exemplified 10 Feb. 1602-3, 

by Camden. MS. Ashm. 858, p. 141 ; Misc. Gen. et Her., ii., 17, coj.y of 

grant, Brit. Mus. 
Beockman, William, of Beechborongb, Kent., gent., bv Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, 

fo. 115^ new crest June 1606, by Camden. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 19, 5887, 

fo. 85^ and 6095, fo. 5" ; Guil. 132 ; Stowe MS. 670, fo. 69 ; Add. MSS. 

4966, fo. 96, and 5887, fo. 35". 
Beodbent, John, Stapleford, Notts, 1601, by Camden, per pale erm. and az., 

a fesse wavy, gu. ; crest, a })lieon, the staff broken embrued at the point, 

all ppi-. 
Beode, Geo., see Beoad. 
Beodeeees, Company of, 17 Aug. 1558, by Harvey. Misc. Gen. et Her., i., 183, 

copy of grant, Brit. Mus. (Cott. MS. Faustina E. I., fo. 22). 
Beodway, Capt. John, of Portslip, co. Glouc, eminent for his sufferings and 

service to Chas. I., granted 9 Jan. 1661-2, by Bysshe. Copy of grant, 

Brit. Mus. ; Harl. MSS. 1470, fo. 135, and 1105, fo. 17 ; Bysshe's Grants, 

fo. 13, Her. Coll. 
Beoderick, William, ye King's Embroder. Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 42'' ; see Misc. 

Gen. et Her., ii.. 359. 
Beoke, Alice, wife to Sir George Barne, Lord Mayor [of Lond. 1552-3], gift 155-6 

[1555-6 ?]. Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 37'' (Harvey's Grants). 
„ James, Bp. of Glouc, arms 2 May 1554, by Hawley (?). Add. MS. 16,940, 

fo. 206". 
„ Sir Rob*, Lord C. J. of Com. Pleas (of Salop), 2 July 1556, by flawley (?). 

Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 208. 
„ Robert, of Madeley, Salop 1587, by Cooke, Quarterly of 4. Harl. 

MSS. 1359, fo. 109^ 1422, fo. 119", 108", and 5887, fo. 17"; Add. MS. 

4966, fo. 56". 
Beokesby, John, of Bradley, Snff., s. of BarthoL, grant 23 Sept. 1584, by G. Dethick. 

Stowe MS. 676, fo. 62", copy of grant; Grants L, 73 ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 

37, fo. 86. 
Beomage, Capt. Thos., of co. Wore, 1647, by Roberts, Ulster [K. of Arms]. 

Burke's Armory. 
Beome, Thomas, Winchester, 3rd s. of Edward, Forest Hill, O.'Lon, 2nd s. of Sir 

Christopher of Haulton, Quarterly of 4, 17 June 1640, certified (or testified, 

i.e., " under his hand") by W. Le Neve, Clar. Grants IL, 610. 
Bromfield, . . . ., descended out of Wales, Quarterly of 9, confirmed by Segar. 

Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 18. 
Bromfilde, William, Lieut, of the Ordnance, 10 Jan. 1552-3, by Hawley. Add. 

MS. 16,940, fo. 206 ; Grants L, 285 ; of South Raynham, Norfolk, gent., 

in Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 91". 
Bromhall, .... Evington, Beds by Sir G. Dethick, Gart. Add. MS. 

26,753, fo. 122". 
Beonde, Benjamin, of Edwardstone, Suffolk, patent 10 March 1610-11, by 

Camden. Guil. 265 ; Harl. MS. 6095, fo. 26", 1422, fo. S8, as Browne ? 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 35 

s. of Jolin, of Boxford, confirmed 10 March 1612-13, and to Jacob, Sara' 

and James, his bro', in Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 52", copy of grant, Brit. Mus. ; 

Grants II., (526 [?]. 
Broxsop, W"', of Berksliire (Quarterly coat in Harl. MS. 1533, fo. 115), crest, by 

C. Barker, Gart. St.iwc JIS. ■(;'J2, fo. 12. 
Bronrick, or Broncker, "1 Henry, of Melksham, Wilts, coat and crest, by Barker. 
Brouncker rio-htly, / Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 10 ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 23 ; Harl. 

MS. 6179, fo. 16. 
Brooke, John, of Weston, Backs, s. of Thomas and Alice his wife, d. ami h. of 

Alex. Acton, Quarterly coat and crest 10 Oct. 1582, by Cooke. Add. MS. 

14,293, fo. 19 ; Guil. 244. 
„ Ralph, York Herald of Arms, " said to be a great lye," s. of Geoffrey, of 

Wigan, CO. Lane, s. of W™, s. of Tho', Steward to Thomas, Earl of Derby, 

1473, and 4 s. of Thomas, of Leighton, esq., living 1 Ed. IV., 8 Aug. 1593, 

by Knight. Harl. MS. 5805, fo. 103^ copy of grant ; Harl. MS. 5887, 

fo. 57" ; Le Neve's MS. 224 and 253. 
„ ( ), of Gateforth, Yorks, 1608, by Sir R. St. George. Stowe MS. 

716, fo. 55. 
„ Tho», Whitechurch, Hants, crest 20 Jan., 18 Jac, 1620-21, by Camden. Harl. 

MSS. 6140, fo. 63", 1422, fo. 41", and 6095, fo. 37" ; Gains Coll. Camb. MS. 

552 [?], fo. 15 ; Le Neve's MS. 345. 
„ see Brock, Wm., 1603. 
„ W"", or Leonard, of Buckingham, confirmed 1605, by Camden. Pedigree, 

Leonard, s. of Wm., s. of Robt., s. of Robert, of Buckingham. Harl. MSS. 

1422, fo. 41", 6095, fo. 21. and 5887, fo. 32" ; Guil. 317. 
Brooker, Arthur, of Rochester, Kent, 12 Feb. 1664-5. Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 40, by 

Bysshe, Clar. ; Bysshe's Grants, 34. 
Brooks, .... Whalley Ho., co. Lane by W. Camden, Clar. Harl. MSS. 1115, 

fo. 9, 2275, fo. 91", and 5839, fo. 3, and Caius Coll. Camb. MS. 551, fo. 2". 
Broome, George, sub-prothonotary or Secondary of the King's Bench, crest 12 July, 

2 Chas. II., 1626, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 18" ; Guil. 254. 

„ George, of Ashford, Kent, out of Salop, az., a sinister hand cooped and erected 
in pale arg., confirmed May 1627. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 14 ; <iuil. 254 ; 
Harl. MSS. 6140, fo. 82, and 1105, fo. 12. 

„ Thomas, nee Brome. 

{sons of John, of Ewithington, co. Hereford ; for assisting Chas. IL 
with money in foreiirn parts; assigned 16 Nov. 1670, by Walker, 
Gart. Add. MSS. 14,293, io. SO, and 14,294, fo. 23 ; Harl. MS. 
1172, fo. 69 ; Guil. 114. A Q,-? ^'^Q/-' 

Brouncker, Henry, see Broxrick and Brunckard. -*-«-*-i -' OOO 
Browker, Hugh, of the Inner Temple, one of I he prothonotaries of the Com. Pleas, 

3 June 1589, 31 Eliz., by Cooke. Harl. M.SS. 1359, fo. 118, and 1433, 
fo. 84 ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 96" ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 51". 

Browne of Essex, 11 June 1592, arg., on ache v. gu. three cinquefoils [roses ?] 

of the field, a crescent for ditt'., crest, out of a breastplate three feathers. 

Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 16", by ? Cooke or W. Dethick. 
„ Confirmed 1614, by Camden, erm., on a fesse embattled counter embattled 

sa., three escallops arg., crest, out of a mural crown gu. a stork's head and 

neck erm., beaked az. Harl. MSS. 6095, fo. 29", and 1422, fo. 39 ; Guil. 

244, as of Ludlow, May 1614. 
„ Anthony, of Hounslow, Middx., esq., confirmed 15 March 15(!0-6I, by 

G. Dethick. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 64 ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 6. 
„ Christopher, of co. Lines., 20 July 1480, by J. More, Norr. Grants IL, 627 

and 633. 
„ Humphrey, s. of Humfrey, of London, descended out of the North, 28 Feb. 

1615-16, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 19 ; 18"" Feb. in Guil. 263 ; Harl. 

MSS. 5887, fo. 113", and 6140, fo. 62". 



36 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

Browne, John, of Portland, Norfolk, 8 Oct. 1612, by Camden. Harl. MS. 6095, 

fo. 40". Archibald in Le Neve's MS. 352. 
„ John, of Brenchley, Kent, patent, quarterly with Iden, 7 Dec. 1626, by Segar. 

Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 19 ; Guil. 264 ; 12"' Dec. in Misc. Gen. et Her., 2nd S., 

vol. i., p. 126". Sworne servant to K. Charles, sole officer for founding and 

casting great ordnance. Copy of grant of patent, Brit. Mus., Harl. MS. 

6140, fo. 63*. 

„ John, Spexall, SufF., by Cooke. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 48". 

„ John Baptist, of Millayne in Italy, gent., crest 15 Sept. 1551, 5 Ed. YL, by 

Hawley. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 38 ; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 28". 
„ Leonard, of Pinchbeck in Holland, co. Line, confirmed 10 June 1632, 

by K. St. George. Harl. MS. 1470, fo. 13, 200 ; Edward in Guil. 

206, etc. 
„ Nich% of Snelston, co. Derby, exemplified 15 Aug., 5 Ed. VI., 1551, by 

G. Dethick. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 63"; Tho» in Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 38; 

Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 55 ; Harl. MS. 1093, fo. 49. 
„ Nicholas, of Marshall, co. Derby, confirmed 4 Nov. 1582, by Flower. MS. 

Ashm. 844, fo. 53, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Guil. 121 ; Reliquary, 

xxii., 50. 
„ Nicholas, of Delphe in Holland, Serg'-at-law, dated at Brussels 1 Feb. 1658-9, 

by Walker. Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 72 ; Add. MSS. 14,293, fo. 99, and 14,924, 

fo. 33" ; Her. Coll., fo. 31. 
„ Sir Rich., of Lancashire, Kt., 6 July 1583, by G. Dethick. Harl. MS. 1441, 

fo. 61" ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 2. 
„ Rich'', of London, s. of John, of Browne Hall, co. Lane, given at London 

7 July, 26 Eliz., 1584, by G. Dethick. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 26 ; Add. MS. 

14,295, fo. 16, or to his father, see preceding entry ; Harl. MS. 1422, 

fo. 38. 
„ Richard, 8. of Thomas, of Upton, Cheshire, crest 4 June 1605, by R.St. George. 

MS. Ashm. 858, fo. 142, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Add. MS. 14,295, 

fo. 79". 
„ Sir Rich'', Kt. and Bart., a clerk of the privy Council resident in the court of 

France; alteration of arms 24 July 1663, by Walker (letters patent 14 Feb. 

1649-50 at Castle Elizabeth in the island of Jersey). Harl. MS. 1172, 

fo. 64, 65 ; Add. MSS. 14,293, fo. 64, and 14,294, fo. 18" ; Her. Coll., 

fo. 2, copy of grant, etc. ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 23. 
„ Richard, of Mimsley, Norfolk, 5 Aug. 1668. Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 20"; 

Bysshe's Grants, 20, Her. Coll. 
„ Robert, of Buckinsjhamshire, gent., granted 4 Oct., 4 Ed. VI., 1550, bv 

G. Dethick. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 81 ; copy of grant, Q's Cull. Oxf. MSS. 

37, fo. 27, and 39, fo. 24 ; Grants I., 290. 
„ Robert, of London, gent., goldsmith, s. of John, of Bekensfield, Bucks, and 

of Alice his wife, d. and h. of Andrew Tillesworth of the same place, s. of 

Rob' of B., 6 Feb. 1564-5, by Harvev, allowed at Visitn. 1574 by Cooke. 

Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 118" and 113, Quarterly ; Harl. MS. 1359", fo. 11 ; 

Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 13" ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 56. 
„ Robert, .... 20 Oct. 1581, by Cooke. Burke's Armory. 
„ Thomas, of Thysthe (Osythe ?), Norfolk, coat and crest 20 Nov. 1544, by 

Barker, party per chevron or and az. a wyvern. Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 10" ; 

Stowe MS. 692, fo. 23". Add. MS. 14,298, fo. 37: volant or, langued gu., 

in the chief three estoyles az. Crest : a hand charmeaux holding a fetter 

lock gu., the sleeve bendy or and az., undee, the cuff argt. Harl. MS. 

5887, fo. 9. \_See Burke's Armory, Browne of Diss.] 
„ Thomas, of Harewode, Herts, gift 1559, 2 Q. Eliz. (Harvey's Grants). Add. 

MS. 16,940, fo. 16". 
„ Thomas, of London, gift 1561 (Harvey's Grants). Add. MS. 16,940, 

fo. 3.3". 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 37 

Browne, Thomas, of Browne's (aliait East) Illevsh, Devon, gift 15C4, by Harvey, 
Clar. Add. MS. 16,040, fo. 35". 
„ Thomas, of Walsingham, Norfolk, 1032, by St. George. Burke's Armory. 
„ Thomas, of Boston, s. of Thomas (5amaliel, s. of Tliomas, s. of Thomas, of 
Fishtoft, s. of Akn, of Boston, all co. Line, who died 1503, confirmed 10 
June 1042, by Sir Wm. Le Neve. Clar. Grants II., 530", 687. 
„ rValeutine, of Totturids^-e, Herts, Treas'' of Ireland, 20 Sept. 1559, 1 Eliz., 
by Barthy. Butler, Ulster [K. of Arms]. Harl. MS. 1507, fo. 440, 
copy of grant, Brit. Mns., confirmed 5 Dec. 1560, by G. Dethick, 
I llarl. MS."l441, fo. 0.3, and of Croft in the Marsh, co. Line, one of the 
J Auditors of the Exchequer temp. Q. Mary, and Treas'' of H.M.'s town of 
Berwick temp. Q. Eliz. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 49", for copy of grant, see 
Q's Coll. 0.\f. MSS. 38, fo. 72, and 39, fo. 94 and 122 ; another coat 
(145, fo. 4") : Grants I., 59 ; Le Neve's MS. 440. 
Valentiue, of Totteridge, also 24 April 1561, by L. Dalton, Norr. Add. 
MS. 17,506, fo. 38" ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 49". 
„ "William, London, s. and h. of John, also of London, Kt. Harl. MS. 5846, 
fo. 8", arms, per pale gu. and sa., on a chev. engrailed arg. between 
3 leojiards' faces or, as many escallops az., for Browne, temp. H. VIII. ; 
Add. JIS. 26,702, fo. 77, crest, a crane az., winged and collared gemel gu. ; 
Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 38 ; Add. MS. 20,702, fo. 77, No. 1 ; Stowe MS. 692, 
fo. 21" ; Barker's Grants. 
„ (William, of London, Stowe MS. 692), arms, arg., on a chev. gu. between 3 
cranes az., membered of the 2'"', as many trefoils slipped argt. ; crest in 
Add MS. 26,702, fo. 77, No. 2, a crane's head and neck per pale az. and 
gu. between 2 sprigs of broom stalked vert. Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 5" ; Stowe 
MS. 092, fo. 23 ; Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 77, 2 ; Barker's Grants. 
„ William, per pale indented arg. and or, over all a chev. between iii escallops 
gu., impaling gu., a chev. between three luces ayrantz [haurient] argt. 
Stowe MS. 692, fo. 21" ; Barker's Grants. 
„ Wistan, Knt. (in Spain?), augmentation (?) 15 Sept. 1511, at Burgae, by 
letter from Ferdinand, King of Aragan. MSS. Ashm. 858, fo. 41, and 
834, i., fo. 30" ; Wolstan in Harl. MS. 4900, fo. 29, copy of grant, Bodleian 
Lib., by T. Wriothesley, Gart., and Benolte. 
„ Sir William, Bt., 1699, came from Dantzic. Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 170% 
" Isopose a pattnt." 
Brown Bakers of the City of London, confirmed to the Wardens, assistants and 
commonalties of the Misterey and Company of . . . ., 28 June 1509, by 
G. Dethick. Had. MS. 1441, fo. 78" ; 1572 in Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, 
fo. 29. 
Browneli., Mary, d. and h. of John, of Derby, by Sir Wm. Dugdalc and St. George, 
Clar. HarL MS. 6834, fo. 178: Grants III., fo. 185, and Dugdale's 
Grants, fo. 20 ; wife of Sir Rob' Dacres of Clerkenwell, Kt., 8 Feb. 1 682-3 ; 
see H. Dacres' grant, Le Neve's MS. 459. 
Bkowxhill, . . . ., of London, merch', Dec. 1002, by .... Add. JIS. 14,293, 

fo. 12. 
Brownlowe, f Richard, of Kirkby Underwood, co. Line, and of the Inner Temple, 
I prothonotary Court of Com. Pleas, crest 20 June 1593, by Cooke, 
Clar., Quarterly, a patent of the first coat and crest. Harl. MS. 
I 1359, fo. 121 ; Grants XL, 504; Cat. Her. Exhib. Soc. Antiq., 
-{ p. 70. 
Brownlow, Richard, of the Inner Temple, confirmation 12 Oct. 1602. Add. 
MS. 12,225, fo. 19", or, an inescocheon with an orle of 8 martlets 
sa., by Segar, Norr. ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 77" ; Cat. Her. Exhib. 
Soc. Antiq., p. 71 ; Grants II., 508, Quarterly, with Panelly. 
Broxholme, John, now of the city of London, s. of John, of Oresby, co. Line, 
crest 23 Jan. 1580-1, by G. Dethick. Harl. MSS. 1441, fo. 101, and 1442, 



38 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

fo. 22 ; Le Neve's MS. 258" ; Add. MS. 17,506, fo. 33\ and Q's Coll. Oxf. 

MS. 145, fo. 51. ^ , 

Brttdenell, Edniond, of Deane, Northts., gent., crest 5 May 1553, by T. Hawley. 

Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 15; for copy of grant, nee-Q's Coll. 0.xf. MS. 38, 

fo. 59 ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 15^ 
Bruge, John, of Dvmmock, co. Glouc, 19 Dec. 1520, by T. Wriothesley, Gart., 

and Beuolt, Clar. Add. MS. 6297, fo. 139. 
Brudges, or Bruges , crest . . . ., by Barker. Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 6" ; Stowe 

MS. 694, fo. 23. 
Bruges, . . . ., of London, Quarterly coat, patent 1612, by Camden. Harl. MSS. 

1422, fo. 110, and 6095, fo. 26. 
Brugges, Liidovic de, of Grutlmse, Prince of Steenhuse, etc., cr. Earl of Win- 
chester, arras by letters patent, 23 Nov. 1472, 12 Ed. IV., P. R. 12 Ed. IV., 

Pt. I., m. 11, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. Stowe MS. 840, fo. 61 ; Harl. MS. 

980, fo. 170. 
Bruggford, John, grant in French 29 Aug. 1415 (3 Hen. V.) at Harfleur, by 

Edward, Duke of York, Staffordsh. Visitation 1614, fo. 76 ; MS. Ashm. 

858, fo. 94, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. 
Brunckakd, Sir William, of Westminster, 7 Oct. 1576, by Cooke, Clar. Add. MS. 

4966, fo. 45. 
Brumstead, Thomas, Middx., and Clements Inn, gent., grant Nov. 1666, by Sir 

E. Walker, Gart. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 132, bd. [buried ?] 15 Jan. 1666-7. 
Brunsell, fHenry, D.C.L., rector of Claworth, Notts, preb. of Ely and Southwell, 
I and .... Keliquary, xsii., 244, 

^ Samuel, D.D., sons of Oliver Brunsell, grant 10 March, 13 Chas. II., 
I 1660-1, by Walker. MS. Ashm. 858, fo. 155, 156, copy of grant, 
1^ Bodleian Lib. ; Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 80". 
Brunskill, Ambrose, of London, 1645, by Browne, Bluemantle [?]. Stowe MS. 

703, fo. 71. 
Bruton, William, of Exeter, Devon, confirmed Feb. 1639-40, by Borough. Harl. 

MSS. 1105, fo. 56^ and 1441, fo. 57 ; Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 92" ; Guil. 384. 
Bryan Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 38 and 39% ?by Bysshe (see Basset), argt., 

three piles meeting in base argt. within a bordure pellettee sa. ; crest, a 

griffin's head pellettee sa. 
„ William, of Bullingbroke, co. Line, crest 10 April 1561, by W. Harvey, Clar. 

Add. MSS. 17,506, fo. 38, and 16,940, fo. 39. 
Brydall, John, batch'-at-law and sec. to Sir Harbottle Grimston, Knt. and Bart., 

M' of the Rolls, and late Sec. to Rt. Hon. Sir Cha» Caesar and ye 

L-" Colepeper, former Masters of the Rolls ; Capt. and Capt.-lieut. of ye Co. 

of foote comd'' by Edward, Lord Littleton, Ld. Keeper, etc. ; arras and 

augmentation 1 Aug. IGGl, by Walker. Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 50 ; Add. 

MSS. 14,293, fo. 29, and 14,294, fo. 3. 
„ Walter, Clerk and yeoman of H.M.'s Jewel House, late Lieut, of a troop of 

horse in Duke of York's reg' coram'' by Col. Chas. Cavendish, 21 June 

IGCy, by Walker. Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 08; Add. MSS. 14,293, fo. 77, 

and 14,294, fo. 23 ; Guil. 88, copy of grant. 
Brydge, John, of Salop .... 2 Nov. 1552, by Hawley (?). Add. MS. 16,940, 

fo. 206. 
Brygantyne, John, of Portsmouth, Hants, coat and crest, by Barker. Harl. MS. 

5846, fo. 12" ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 12, 12" ; Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 16. 
Brygantixe, John, of Tenterden, Kent, 1 Jan. 1550-51. Add. MS. 16,1)40, 

fo. 204". (? These two the same.) 
BuBB, Thomas, of Bristol, Sheriff of the city 1653, 5 Nov. 1563, by Bysshe. Harl. 

MS. 6832, fo. 413 ; Add. MS. 26,758, fo. 16. 
Buck (Thomas and John), esquire bedells of the Univ. of Cambridge, 2 Oct. 1639, 

by Borough, Gart. Harl. MSS. 1105, fo. 56", and 1441, fo. 58; Add. 

MSS. 26,702, fo. 92, and 5822, fo. 23. 



GEAKTEES OF ABMS TO THE EKD OE TEE XVII. CEMIEY. 39 

r.iTKE, James, s=. of Matthe^v, late of Winterlonic, co. Gloiic, Etq.. aiipn trtation 
17 July 1085, by "W. Robertf, Ulster [K. of A.]- Hi.rl. 1M8. 4U8, fo. 5(^ 
copy of jjiaiit, Brit. Mus. ; Guil. 394 ; 1080 iu Add. MS. 14,293. fo. 15". 

Buck, Jolni, of Hawlish or Hawbcck, ais Haiiby Grange, co. I.iuc, 1592, by Cooke. 
Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 100 ; Add. MS. 4906, fo. 93. 

BrcKE, Thomas, of Hamshev, etc., Hants, gent., crest 26 Avg. 1583, 25 Ebz., T 
by G. Detbick. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 07", and Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, 

BUCKE, Thomas, of Hants, granted, ? confirmed, Oct. ITiSO, by W. Dctliick. { . 
Stowe MS. 076, fo. 65, copy of -rant, and Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 37, I 
fo. 90, 91. J 

BUCKERIDGE, John, Bp. of Worcester (1011), by Camden. Harl. MSS. 1422, 

fo. 35^ and 6095, fo. 14". 
RiCKLAKD, Richard, of Shepton Mallet, Som', coat and crest, by Baikir. Harl. 

MS. 5846, fo. 8 ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 22 ; Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 10. 
BuCKLANPE, Richard, of London, gift .... 1560. Harvey's Grants ; Add. MS. 

10.940, fo. 22". 
Buckle, Sir Ciitbbert, Lord Mayor of London, s. of Cliristopher, of BroiiErh, 
■Westmorland, gent., confirmed 29 Jan. 1579-80, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 
1359, fo. 121, and Grants L. 221 ; Harl. MS. 1501, lo. 243. 
Isabel, of co. Warwick, wife of Sir John Aylitl'e of Brinkworth, Wilts, Knt., 
SheiiflF of London, 1556-7, by Hawley. Add. MS. 10,940, fo. 2U8" ; Harl. 
1[S. 1443, fo. 16". 
BucLER (Buckler), Walter, of Cawswey, Dorset, Esq., coat and crest, by Baiker. 
Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 11; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 23"; Harl. MS. 0179, 
fo. 10. 
Buckley, Henry, of Barling's Abbey, granted 4 Dee. 1564, by G. Dethick, Gart. 
Stowe MS. 676, fo. 29, copy of grant, Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 37, fo. 43 ; 
Grants L, 288. 
Buckmixsteu, William, of Peterborongh (s. of Rich'', s. of John, of Peterborough), 
and to Thomas, of London, clerk, eid. s. (or 2nd s.) of said John ; crest 
24 March l.'.78-9, by G. Dethick. 8 May in Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 89". 
Guil. 270 ; MS. Ashm. 834, fo. 20, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. Confirmed 
to (in Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 89") W"" Buckminster, eld. s. of John, of Peter- 
borough, gent., and to Thomas, of London, clerk, 2nd s. of said John, of 
P., 24 March 1578-9. Harl. MS. 5823, fo. 47": Wm., eld. s. of Richard, 
eld. s. of John, and Thomas, as above. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 47, 47"; 
Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 39 ; copy of grant, Had. MS. 1110, fo. 49. 
BuDDEN, see Button, 1090. 

Bufkin, Leven, of Goore Court, par. of Ottham, Kent, Esq., s. of Rali)h, of the 
same, arms confirmed and crest given 22 Feb. 1570, 19 Eliz., by Cooke. 
Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 120". 
„ Henry, Otham, Kent, certif. 3 April, 1044. Berry's Armory. 
BuGGEN or Buggis, Edward, of London, gent., o. s. of William, late of co. Staff., 
confirmed under the hand and scale of Dalton, Norr., 4 July 1559, 1 Eliz. 
Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 50, confirmed 10 April 1502, by (Harvey) ; Add. MS. 
10,490, fo. 27" ; Grants IL, 511. 
BU6GIN8, Edward, M.P., etc. (s. of William, of co. Staft'., gent.), one of the cursitors 
of the High Court of Chancery, and principal of the Company of Cursitors; 
a clerk of the Exchequer ; clerk controller of her Majesties pastimes and 
revelles, and also of Tents and pavilions ; one of H.M. Commissioners for 
the Sewers in the co. of iliddx., and one of the burgesses in the pres' 
parliament ; grant by Dalton and confirmed by Harvey ; confirmed 20 April 
1578, by Cooke. Guil. 270 ; MSS. Ashm. 834, fo. 19, and 844, fo. 01 ; 
copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. 

BUKFOLDE, Hy., of Bukfolde, Sussex, crest 1562. Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 39 ; 

(Harvey's Grants). 



40 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XTII. CENTURY. 

Btjlbeck, John, of Kingston, sen' .... confirmed -24: April luo'J, by Harvey. 

Guil. 180 ; Add. MS. 1C,,U0, lb. 46". 
Bull, Edward, .... Norfolk, confirmed 1553. Add. MS. 1C,940, fo. 10"' ; (Harvey's 

Grants). 
„ John, of London, gift 15(11. Add. MS. 10,940, fo. 18 ; (Harvey's Grants). 
„ f.Tohn, of London, .... 1588, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 95, and 

I 14-22, fo. 88". 
„ [ Margaret, dau. of J. Bull, in Stowe MS. G70, fo. 30", with crest. 
„ Randall, of London, clockmaker to Q. Eliz. and K. Jas., 17 July 1615, by 

Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 20 ; Guil. 152 ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 61" ; 

Grants I., 375. 
„ Stephen, of Gillingham, Kent, Master Gunner of England, 20 Aug. 1601, by 

W. Camden. Grants IL, 580, sable, a chevron betw. 3 Cannon erect, or, 

given by W" Segar, Norroy King of Arms. Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 64". 
BuLi-EYN, Dorainick, of Venice, coat and crest .... by Barker. PTarl. MS. 5846, 

fo. 4". 
Bullock, Edward, of Loftcs in Much Tothara, Essex, s. of Edward, s. of John, of 

Wyborough, Essex, confirmed 9 Feb. 1602-3, by Camden. Harl. MS. 

1359, fo. 24" ; Add. MS. 14,259, fo. Ill ; Grants I., 295 ; Le Neve's MS. 

458. 
„ George, has arms granted to Rowland Johnson, whom see. (Add. Ch. 19,882.) 
„ Hugh, of London, s. of Gilbert, of co. Lane, 20 Aug. (42 Q. Eliz.) 1600, by 

Camden. Stowe MS. 677, fo. 15 ; Cott. MS. Faust. E. I., fo. 7", for copy 

of grant, Brit. Mus. ; Gilbert in Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 17", and 6095, fo. 1" ; 

Guil. 381. 
„ John, of Derby, co. Derby, crest 20 June 1609, by R. St. George. MS. 

Ashm. 858, fo. 155, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 80" ; 

Reliquary, xxii., 49. 
BULMER, W"-, of Uppislaud (? Hoppyland), Yorks, gent., s. of Ranff, of Wilton, 

Yorks, Kt., 22 March 1520-1, by T. Wriothesley and Wall, Norr. Harl. 

MS. 1052, ult. (212), copy of grant, Brit. Mus. 
BuLTEEL, John, sec. to the Lord High Chaucellor, crest 10 Jan. lCGO-1, by 

Walker. Misc. Gen. et Her., N. S., iv., 421, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. ; 

Quarterly, with Visitation coat or singly. 
BuLTON, John, of Bulton, co. Pemb., gent., granted 1 July, 2 and 3 Ph. and M., 

1556, by G. Dethick. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 67" ; copy of grant, Q's Coll. 

Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 66. 
BuNBURY, Henry (of Bunbury, Cheshire), confirmed 24 June 1602, by Segar. MS. 

Ashm. 858, fo. 140, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. 
BUNCE, James, of Otterden, Kent, s. of John, s. of John, 1589, by Cooke. Harl. 

MS. 1115, fo. 18 ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 146, fo. 469. 
BrNCLEY, Sir Geo., a Col. of Horse, late Lieut. Gov. City of O.\ford, at Oxford, 

1 April 1645, by Walker, Gart. Add. MS. 14,294, fo. 31"; Her. Coll., 

fo. 28. 
BUNGEY, John, of Mystole, Kent, 14 Oct. 1589, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, 

fo. 104", 1422, fo. 95, and 1561, fo. 161 ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 84. 
BuNNiNG, Richard, Denton, Norfolk, 24 Jan. 1664-5, by Bysshe, Clar. Bysshe's 

Grants, Her. Coll., 33 ; called Dunning in Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 40. 
BuuDETT, Francis, of Burthwait, Yorks, at London, 20 Nov. 1599. by W. Dethick 

and Camden. Siirtees Soc, xli., 44, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. 
„ George, London, Quarterly, etc., by Cooke. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 8. 
Burgess, John, of Crendon, co. Line, s. of John, of Catle Bilham, etc., Jan. 

1631-2, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 20 ; Guil. 76 ; Harl. MS. 1441, 

fo. 154. 
„ William and John, of Westport, Dorset, s. of John, s. of John, of Stamford, 

Berks, confirmed or granted 11 April 1614, by Camden. Guil. 413 ; Harl. 

MS. 1441, fo. 113. 



GBANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF TUE XVII. CENTURY. 41 

BvRGHiLL, Francis, Mowbray Herald, augmentation 6 Oct. 1679, by Sir Win. 

Dufrdale and H. St. George, Norr. Stowe MS. 714, fo. 157 ; Granl;s III., 

114", copy of grant, Brit. Miis. 
BuRGOYXE, John, of Sutton, Beds, coat .... by Barker. Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 7" ; 

Stowe MS. 692, fo. 22. ^^ , 

BuuLKY, William, Deverell, Lonffbridge, Wilts, crest 1 May 1546, by W. Hawley, 

I'lar. Harl. ]\IS. I.i44, fo. ,S:!" ; Add. MSS. 16,940, fo. 200", and 7098, 

lb. 77''. Sec BoRLEV. 
BuRLTON, Humphrev, of Wribnall, eo. Wore, at Oxford, augmentation 5 .June 

1646, by Walker, Gart. MS. Ashm. 858, fo. 52, 53, copy of grant, 

Bodleian Lib. 
„ Humphrey, of Ribenhall [Wribbenhall ?], co. Wore, royalist, dated at 

London, 30 .June 1660, by Walker. Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 71" ; Add. MSS. 

14,293, fo. 101, and 14,294, fo. 34"; Caius Coll. Camb. MS. 528, fo. 1 ; 

copy of grant. Her. Coll., fo. 31. 
BuRLZ, Thomas, of Depedene, Suffolk, gent., given 4 April 1597, 39 Q. Eliz., by 

R. Lee. Harl. MS. 1339, fo. IS", 21" ; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 11". 
BuRNABY, Richard, of Watford, Northants, crest 27 Oct. 1554, by Hawley. Harl. 

MS. 1115, fo. 33 ; Hills, J. R., Market Harbro', p. 333 ; 2P' Oct. m Add. 

MS. 16,940, fo. 207 ; original in the possession of R. A. Dyott, 28 Gold- 

iugton Road, Bedford, in 1902. 
BuKNEBY,' VV™, of Gt. Saxham, Essex, gift 1559 (Harvey's Grants). Add. 

MS. 16,940, fo. 45". 
BuRNEi.L, , of Norfolk, , by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 20", parti per 

fesB .... in chief a barque, sailes trussed up and hoisted to the main top ; 

in base a syren. 
Burnett, Thomas, Wood Balling, Kent, s. of Duncan, late of Norwich, D' of 

phys., 5"> s. of Alex'-, of Leys, Scotland, certified 30 June 1640, by W. Le 

Neve, Clar. Visitn. Norfk. 
BuBUELL, Herts, by T. Wriothesley, Gart., and Benolte, Clar. Harl. MS. 

6086, fo. 91". 

BURRINGTON, John, CO. Devon, , by Wriothesley, Gart. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 14. 

BuRROUGH, Thomas, Wyckham Crook, Siiff., 20 June 1586 (20 Eliz.), by Ro. 

Cooke. Le Neve's MS. 256 ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 53 ; Stowe MS. 670, 

fo. 58 ; Grants I., 50. 
BuRSTON, Richard, of Sborne, ICent, 19 June 1573, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, 

BuRTHOGGE, fiichard, of Bowdon, Devon, J. P., 6 April 1688, by [Sir] T. [St. 

George], Gart., and H. St. George, Clar. Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 49* and 

60" r Grants, 415 [? 465]. 
Burton, f Bartholomew, rec'' of Excise duties, Westminster, and his bro"- 

I William, also of Westminster, 22 July 1696, by T. St. George, Gart. and 
[Clar. Grants IV., fo. 228. 
„ Francis, Capt. of a horse compy. of the auxiliary forces in the City of 

London, 26 Jan. 1660-1, by Walker, Gart. Her. Coll., 37. 
„ Humphrey, Lindley, co. Leic., and Kingsbury and Coventry, eo. Warwick, 

27 Nov. 1683, by Sir W. Dugdale, Gart., and St. G[eorge], Clar. Harl. 

MS. 6834, fo. 178 ; Grants III., fo. 171-3. 
„ John, of Castell Bourne, Sussex, 31 Aug. 1570, 12 Q. Eliz., by Cooke, 

Quarterly coat. Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 115", of Essex in 1422, fo. 121 ; Stowe 

MS. 670, fo. 69 ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 26" ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 96. 
„ Nicholas, of Ingelsthorpe, co. Derby, Esq., 6 March 1581-2, by G. Dethick. 

Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 102", and Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 53" ; Stowe MS. 

703, fo. 57. _ . , 

„ Sir Robert, of " the Courte " (City) of Yorke, 22 May 1478, by John Writhe, 

Norr. Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 74 ; Stowe MS. 677, fo. 50 ; Add. MS. 14,293, 

fo. 123 ; Burke's Commoners, iv., 265, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. 



42 GBANTEES OT A EMS TO THE END OP THE XTII. CENTURY. 

BuRWELL, .... of Woodbridge, SnfF. ; Quarterly : 1 and 4, or, a chev. erm. betw. 
three burdock leaves ei-ect ppr., a cresc* for diff. ; quartering 2, Alvert, and 
S, Pickman, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 20"; Had. MSS. 1085, 
fo. 22^ aud 6140, fo. 78. 
„ William, of Sutton, Suff., gent., grant March 1587, by W. Dethick. Stowe 
MS. 676, fo. 70^ copy of grant ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 37, fo. 101. 
Bury, Gilbert, of Ashmell, Rutland, confirmed 1564 (Harvey's Grants). Add. MS. 

16,940, fo. 21". 
BuRYB, Humfrey, of Hearne, Beds, gent., quarterly coat subscribed in 1555, by 
Harvey. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 117, and 1359, fo. 31" ; 1566 in Add. MS. 
14,295, fo. 27. 
Bury St. Edmund's, Suffolk, the town of, 29 Nov. 1606, by Camden. Harl. 
MS. 1422, fo. 19", and 6095, fo. 6 ; Cat. Her. Exhib. Soc. of Antiq. 

BusBRiDRE Kent, attested .... 1588, by Cooke, Clar. Harl. MS. 6164, 

fo. 8. 
Busby, John, of Addington, Bucks, by R. St. George, Clar. Harl. MS. 6140, 

fo. 23". 
BuSHF, r John, of Dulton, "Wilts, coat and crest .... by Barker. Harl. MS. 5846, 
J fo. 12 ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 23". 
„ I John, of Dawlcon, Wilts, confirmed ? Aug. 1560 (Harvey's Grants). Add. 

L MS. 16,940, fo. 20", no blason. 
„ Paul, Bp. of Bristol (1542—53). MS. Ashm. 858, fo. 17, 7 July 1542, by 
Barker. Copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Stowe MS. G92, fo. 23" ; Memo, in 
Le Neve's MS., fo. 428. 
BUSHORE, John Michael, s. of Michael, " burghermaster of Lyndas," Germany, 
confirmed 18 May 1588, by W. Dethick. Stowe MS. 676, fo. 73" ; copy 
of grant in Latin, Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 37, fo. 106. 
Butler, Anthony, Colt or Coates, co. Line, confirmed .... (Harvey's Grants). 

Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 12 ; Harl. MS. 1116, fo. 56". 

„ .... wife of John Tindall, whom see. 
BuTTELER, George, of Fen Drayton, co. Cambr., gent., Quarterly, arms and crest 
allowed at the Visitation of Cambr. 1575, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, 
fo. 86, and 1422, fo. 119 ; Stowe MS. 670, fo. 73 ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 94. 
BuTTLER (of London), Henry, s. of Thomas, s. of John, of Wheldrakes, Yorks, 
Esq., s. of Thomas, s. of John, s. of John, in co. York, Esq., 20 Oct. 1591, 
33 Q. Eliz., by Cooke. (2nd s. in) Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 12", and 1359, 
fo. 94 ; Add. MS. 14.295, fo. 45. 
Butler, John, of Kirkland, co. Lane, gent., crest granted Dec. 1560 (3 Eliz.), by 
Dalton, Norr. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 49 ; Gregson's Fragments, 3rd ed., 
p. 267. 
„ John, of Hanley .... Aug. 1606, by Camden. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 19", 
and 6095, fo. 6. 
Buttler, John, Mayor of Exeter, J.P. and Alderm. of same city, dep. lieut. of the 
militia for the city and county, etc., for royalist services, 1 March 1663-4, 
by Walker. Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 58 ; Add. MSS. 14,293, fo. 53, and 
14,294, fo. 13, copy of grant. 
Butler, Lady Margaret, dan. of Richard, of London, grocer, wife to the late Sir 
Edward North of Sartelage, co. Cambr., 1 Feb. 1564-5, by G. Dethick. 
Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 66" ; Misc. Gen. et Her., 3rd S., vol. ii., p. 193, copy 
of grant, Brit. Mus. ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 9", and Grants IL, 652 ; 
Stowe MS. 692, fo. 71. 
„ Thomas, of Beausay [Bewsey], co. Lane, (called Baron of Warrington), s. and 
h., etc., crest 20 iMay 1561, by Dalton, Norr. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 50 ; 
Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 77, a knight, and grant of crest : quarterly coat. 
BUTMAN, Henry ais Bruer, of Scoolencis, Frauce, confirmed 20 Jan. 1583-4, by 
G. Dethick. Stowe MS. 676, fo. 63", copy of grant, and Q's Coll. Oxf, 
MS. 37, fo. 88, in Latin, 



(JRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OP THE xVll. CENTURY. 43 

BuTTES, Edmond, of Fulhaui, Middx., confirmed 1561 (Harvey's Grants). Add. 

MS. 16,940, to. 49. 
BrxTOX, John, see Bulton. 
„ W'", of Alton. Wilts, 10 Oct. 155:i, ? Ilawley, conlirined by Cooke, Clar. 

Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 123" ; Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 207. 
BuTTOX or BuDDEN, ....,10 Dec. 1690. Edraondson and Berry's Armory, ? not; 

an Englisli grant ; not ? Grants IV., 67 : ermine, a fesse gu. betw. tiiree 

crosses bottonnee az. 
BuTTRiK, Clement, ats Matanye, of Lawrence Marston, Northants, 27 Nov. 1580, 

by Coolve, Clar. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 122. 
Butts, William, achievement certified by W. Camden, Clar. Grants II., 598, 

Quarterly: Butts, Cockett, Walden, Owgaii, Kirkle, Staunton, Harford, 

Malyfant, Roche, Milborne, Joyce and Butts. 
Byde, Edw*, of Lincoln's Inn, 2ud s. of John, Alderm. of London, 1 April 1666. 

Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 42, by Bysshe, Clar.; Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 2.5". 
„ John, of London, Alderm., confirmed .... 1648, by Bysshe. Add. MS. 

26,758, fo, 16 ; Stowe MS. 677, fo. 27" ; Harl. MS. 6832, fo. 413. 
Byde, Col. Sir Thomas, of Ware Park, Herts, and a Justice of peace (s. of John, 

late Alderm. of City of London), confirmation of coat borne by his father ; 

grant of nevr coat 3 May 1669, by Walker. Add. MS. 14,294, fo. 30. 
Byeeley, William, of Gray's Inn, 1634, by R. St. George, Clar. Hai-1. MSS. 1105, 

fo. 8", and 1105, fo. 13. 
Byng, Robert, of Wrotham, Kent, 11 June 1574, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, 

fo. 89, and 1422, fo. 51"; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 34 ; Grants I., 112. See 

also Hill for Quartering. 
Byrde, Thos., of Over Lockshow, s. of Robert, s. of Thos. ; crest 1611, by 

R. St. George, Norr. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 48". 
Byrkbye, see Birkby. 
Bysse, James, of Batcombe, Som', 1591, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 23", and 

1359, fo. 121. 
Buxton, Robert, Tybenhara, Esq., s. of John, s. of Robert, s. of John, 13 May 

1574, by Ro. Cooke. Grants II., 530. 



C 

Carxbell, Thomas, citizen and alderm. of London (slierifF 1619-20), grant 20 

Sept. 1600, by W. Dethick, Gari., and W. Camden, Clar. Q's Coll. Oxf. 

MS. 38, fo. 85 ; copy of grant. Add. MS. 24.753, fo. 124 ; Stowe MS. 676, 

fo. 133 ; Cains Coll. Camb. MS. 551, fo. 30" ; Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 148". 
Cade, W™, of Wylesden, Middx., gift 1559 (Harvey's Grants). Add. MS. 16,940, 

fo. 14". 
Cadell {see Cordell), John, of Long Melford, patent 20 Feb., 2 Ed. VI., l)y 

Hawley, Clar. Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 60. 
Cadimax, Thomas, D' of Physick to the Queen, s. of Thomas of Rygate, Norfolk, 

exemplification 16 Dec. 1633, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 21 ; Guil. 

132 ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 78". 
Cady, John, Gt. Ellingham, Norfolk, 1 Oct. 1575, bv Cooke. Harl. MS. 1085, 

fo. 50". 
Caerlion, Louis, Kt. and M.D., (on S' Sampson's Day) 28 July 1491, by J. 

Writhe, Gart. Harl. MS. 1507, fo. 401 ; copy of grant in French, Q's 

Coll. Oxf. MS. 38 ; for trick see Le Neve's MS. 401, 416. 
Cesar, Julius, 1587. See Dalmarius. 
Cage, Nicholas, gent., confirmation of Cage, Quartering Hayne.«, circa 1605, by 

Camden. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 109, 6095, fo. 19", and 5887, fo. 16". 
„ William, an outer barrister of Lincoln's Inn, and to the sons of his father 

Robert of Cambridge and London, s. of Richard of Pakenluim, Suff., 



44 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OP THE XVII. CENTURY. 

altered 1 March 1624-5, by R. St. George. Harl. MSS. 1-170, fo. 43, 162, 

and 1507, fo. 413; Guil. 384; copy of grant, Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 

139 ; Le Neve's MS. 413. 
Oaius, John, doctor of physick, s. of Robert of Yorkshire, founder of Gonville and 

Gains Coll. iu Cambridge, 2 Jan. 1560-1, by Dalton, Non-. Harl. MS. 

1359, fo. 48 ; Her. and Geneal., i., 81 ; copy of grant, Brit. Mus. ; Cat. 

Her. Exhib. Soc. Antiq. 65. 
Caius College, Cambridge, 1560-1, by Dalton. See grant to D' Caius ; see also 

Gonville and Caius MS. Her. and Geneal., i., 81 and 120 ; copy of grant, 

Brit. Mus. 
Caldicot, Clement, s. of W" of Melbourne, co. Camb., confirmed by Segar and R. 

S' George. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 21 ; Guil. 386 and C. 27, fo. 129'> ; 

Harl. MS. 1406, fo. 11", copy of grant ; Stowe MS. 716, fo. 55 ; Her. Coll. 
„ Mathias, of co. Camb., certif. by R. St. George, Norr., Stowe MS. 716, fo. 

55 (neither date nor king, Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 55), and Segar, Gart. 

Harl. MS. 6164, fo. 83, copy of grant, Brit. Mus., and in Harl. MS. 1406, 

fo. 11". 
Caldwall (Robert), of Loudon, haberdasher, by Segar. [Harl. MS.] 1422, fo. 

le*", az., a cross pattee fitche between 8 stars in orle, or ; Add. MS. 

12,225, fo. 21" (? the arms of Mr. Talbot of Grafton, co. Wore, Harl. 

MS. 1422, fo. 16") ; Robert in Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 16", and 2 alterations. 
„ Ralph, of Alston, co. Staff., by Wriothesley, Gart., and Benolt, Clar. Harl. 

MS. 1422, fo. 16". 
Galley, Ralph, of Highway, Wilts, gent., 13 Nov. 1579, by G. Dethick, Gart. 

Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 90", and Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 48" ; Harl. MS. 

5887, fo. 38. 
Callowe, Anthy, of Micheldean, co. Glouc, . . . ., by R. St. George, Clar. Add. 

MS. 14,295, fo. 93. 
Calton, John, deputie warden of the Mint, 1586, by Cooke. Stowe MS. 670, 

fo. 20. 
„ Henry, of Babraham, co. Cambr., granted 25 Jan. 1567-8, by G. Dethick, 

Gart., and Cooke and Flower. Add. MS. 17,506, fo. 376, "passed by the 

whole office"; Guil. 299. 
Calvert, . . . ., of Lancashire, by W. Dethicke, Camden, and Segar, sa., on an 

inescocheon between 8 owls in orle, 3 guttes (or drops) sable. Add. MS. 

12,225, fo. 21". 
„ Sir George, Knt., one of H.M. principal Secretaries of State, 1621, by R. St. 

George, fo. 62 ; C. 13 [Visit. Yorksh., 1612], fo. 37. 
„ Sir George, Baron Baltimore, of Baltimore in L'eland, and of the Privy 

Council to K. James there, 1624, grant of supporters, by Segar. Add. 

MS. 12,225, fo. 22. 
Camborne, ais Paynter, Wm., of Deverell, Wilts, in the par. of Gwinion, Cornw., 

gent., confirmed 22 July 1569, bv G. Dethick, Cooke and Flower. Harl. 

MS. 1441, fo. 73"; Stowe MS. 676, fo. 33, copy of grant, see Q's Coll. 

Oxf. MS. 37, fo. 49, and MS. 143, fo. 20; Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 8"; 

Genealogical Mag., ii., 125. 
Cambridge, Regius professors. Physic, Law, Divinity, Hebrew and Greek, 13 Nov. 

1590, by Ro. Cooke, Clar. See Harl. Soc, vol. xli.. Visit' Camb., and 

ArciiwoJ. Journal, vol. 51. 
Cambridge Univer.sity, 9 June 1573, Soc. of Antiq. Cat. Her. Exhib., by Cooke, 

Clar. 
Cambridge Town, 7 June 1575, by Cooke, Clar. Add. MS. 5822. 
Campe, . . . ., London, assigned 2 July 1604, by Camden. Guil. 268 ; Stowe MS. 

606, fo. 25". 
Campion, Heni-y, of London, e. and h. of Rich'', of Heny, Essex, gent., quarters 

reversed in Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 90, crest 19 Nov. 1573, by Cooke. Stowe 

MS. 714, fo. 124" ; Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 95", and 1422, fo. 122. 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OP THE XVII. CENTURY. 45 

Canary Islands, arms, crest and supporters 1 June 166.'), by Sir E. Walker, Gart. 

Her. Coll., fo. 61. 
Candelor, Richard, of Walsingham, Norfolk, gent., crest (" a bonocon's head ) 

22 June, 2 Eliz., 1560, by G.Dethick. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 7<» ; copy of 

grant, see Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 113 ; Grants I., 172 ; Candler in Harl. 

MS. 5887, fo. 52. 
Candish ? Quarterly 1 and 4, three cross crosslets, 2 and 3, three flenrs de lis, crest, 

see slip [no slip inserted], by G. Dethick. Harl. MSS. 5847, fo. 54, 1441, 

fo. 103, and Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 45". 
Canham, John, of Milden, Snflt"., 12 Jan. 1662-3. Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 18"; 

Bysshe's Grants, 12, Her. Coll. 
Caxn, Sir Robert, Knt. and Bart., Royalist, Mayor of Bristol (s. of W">, also 

JIavor, killed by the rebels 1643), see altered and assigned 8 March 

l(;(;3-4, bv Walker. Add. MSS. 14,293, fo. 56, and 14,294, fo. 12 ; Harl. 

MS. 1172, fo. 61 ; Guil. 320, copy of grant. 
„ W"", of city of Bristol, esq., .... Dec. 1652, by Bysshe, added in another 

hand " not delivered." Harl. MS. 1105, fo. lu". 
Cannock, of Lincolnshire , by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 24, erni. a fret, 

and on a chief a:u. 3 annulets arg. 
Cannon, Sir Thomas (? co. Pembroke), Feb. 1614-15, by Camden. Harl. JISS. 

1422, fo. 38", and 6095, fo. 28". 
Canterbury, College of, B.V.M. and S' Nicholas, 1 Jan., 27 H. VI., 1448-9, copy 

of grant, Brit. Mus. ? Carta 27, H[er.] C[oll.], No. 40 ; Stowe MS. 840, 

fo. 60. 
Canton, . . . ., crest, a camel sa. bezantee, about his neck two gemelles the typpe of 

his tayle and his feet from the knees downw. or and gu., by Barker. Harl. 

MS. 5846, fo. 26 ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 30". 
Capelen, see Chaplin, John, of Stonham, Hants, 1592, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 

1359, fo. Ill"; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 24", Berry under Chaplin ; Stowe MS. 

670, fo. 49". 
Capello, Vincent, Venetian patrician, augm. by H. 7, letters patent dated at 

Richmond 1 July, 6 Uy. VII., 1491. Ashm. MS. 858, fo. 61, 62, copy of 

grant, Bodleian Lib. 
Capper, or Cupper, John, of Oxon, gift (Harvey's Grants). Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 7". 
Cappes, William, of Arlo and Long Stratton, Norfolk, 7 Aug. 1576, by Cooke, Clar. 

Bannerman's MS., No. 9, 454. 
Carbery, Richard Vaughan, Earl of, arms in Ist quarter of Blethyn ap Enyon, 

Prince of Powis, as his paternal coat, 20 Aug. 1664, by Walker. Copy of 

grant, Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 67; Add. MSS. 14,293, fo. 51, and 14,294, 

fo. 9". 
Carbonel, \V"\ of London, crest 21 March 1693-4, by Thos. St. George, Gart., and 

Hy. St. George, Clar. Grants IV., 154-6 ; Guil. 380 ; Harl. MSS. 1085, 

fo. 57, and 6179, fo. 87. 
Card, Andrew, of Gray's Inn, barr. at law, and to the descendants of W™, his 

father, 31 May 1695, by Thos. and Hy. St. George, Gart. and Clar. Add. 

MS. 14,831, fo. 149; Grants IV., fo. 194; Stowe MS. 714, fo. 104; 

Guil. 184 ; Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 96. 
Cardall, W"', of Middx.,coat and crest . . . ., by Barker. Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 22 ; 

Stowe MS. 692, fo. 29", as Cordall. 
Cardinal College, Oxford, 4 Aug. 1525, 17 Hy. VIII., by Wriotheslcy and 

Benolte. Harl. MS. 4900, fo. 18, p''= in D"' Fiddes. 
Cardyxall, W™, of Much Bromley, Essex, 10 June 1556, by Thos. Hawley, Clar. 

Add. MSS. 16,940, fo. 208, and 7098, fo. 79 (fo. 127). 
Carell, John, serg' at law, crest . . . ., Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, 

fo. 25". 
Carkaeedge, Thomas, of Maidstone, Kent, by ? St. George. Add. MS. 14,295, 

fo. 70. 



46 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

Carkike, Ralph, of London, gent., s. of W™, of Annington, Devon, crest 18 or 23 
Dec. 1578, to the posterity of his father, by Cooke. Guil. 68 ; copy of 
grant, Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 88, fo. 99, 100 ; Grants II., 509. 
Caeleton, Anthony, of Baldwin Brightwell, Oxon, confirmed 1558 (Harvey's 

Grants). Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 43 ; Harl. MS. 1116, fo. 62. 
Carloske, Col. W», of Broomhall, co. Staff, at Brussels, 21 May 1658, by Sir E. 
Walker, Gart. Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 12* ; Her. Coll., fo. 3. 

Carlyle, Alexander, of Loudon, gift 1560 (Harvey's Grants). Add. MS. 

16,940, fo. 34. 
Carlyle, or Carliell, Christopher, of Cumberland, gent., s. of Alex', s. of 
Lawrence, s. of Robert, etc., a valiant captain, crest 10 Oct. 1593, by 
E. Knight, Norr. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 31"; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 27 ; 
copy of grant, see Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 36, fo. 21, in Latin. 
Carnaby, Sir Reginald, Kt., augmentation and crest 1534 at request of Hy., Earl 
of Northumb'i, by Hawley. Harl. MS. 1470, fo. 195—198, copy of grant, 
and in Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 36 {see also Stowe MS. 670, fo. 23, 
■without the augmentation), by Cooke (?). 
Carolina, arms, crest and supporters of the province of Carolina (1 June 1705, by 
Laur. Cromp, York Herald [?]). Le lYeve's MS. 259. 

Caronges, tsmp. Hy. VIII., by Benolt, Clar. Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 68" ; Harl. 

MS. 1422, fo. 32". 
Carpenden, Gabriel, of London, descended out of Kent: Paly of 6, arg. and gu., 
on a chev. sa. three cross crosslets or, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, 
fo. 23". 
Carpenter, Richard (and William), of Coleford, par. of Newland, co. Glouc, gent., 
Quarterly coat and crest, ? a grant. May 1600, by W. Dethick, Gart., and 
W. Camden, Clar. Copy of grant, Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 36, fo. 86. 
„ Wm., of Cobham, Surrey, gent., of the Privy Chamber extraord. to Ch. II., 
4 March 1663-4. Copy of grant, Brit. Mus., Harl. MS. 1470, fo. 165; 
Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 17" ; Add. MS. 14,293, fo. 5 ; Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 8 ; 
Bysshe's Grants, 5, Her. Coll.; Guil. 194. 
Carpenters' Company. Cat. Her. Exhib. Soc. of Antiq., 24 Nov. 1466, 6 Ed. IV., 
by W. Hawkesloe. Harl. MSS. 472 and 6860 ; Her. and Geneal., i., 120, 
copy of grant, Brit. Mus. See History of Carpenters' Company, by 
E. B. Jupp, 1848, p. 10. 
Carr, Edward, of Twickenham, Middx., gent., descended from Carr of Latham, 
CO. Lane, certified by W. Camden (no date). Grants II., 586. 
Sir John, of Hart, co. Durham, at London, grant of a standard 4 March 
1515-16, by Wriothesley and Yonge. Her. and Geneal., i., 79 ; copy of 
grant, Brit. Mus., facsim'ile in Genealogist, vol. viii., frontispiece ; Cat. Her. 
Exhib. Soc. of Antiq., 62. 
„ Robert, Earl of Rochester, arms confirmed and supporters granted ; ye warrant 
from K. James, for " a lyon of England " for a mark of honour to his arms 
and to the banner at Windsor, to Sir W™ Segar is dated 9 May, 9 Jac. I., 
1611. See Cott. MS. Faustina E. I. 30 ; MS. Ashm. 858, fo. 53, copy of 
grant, Bodleian Lib., and Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 24 ; Harl. MS. 588, fo. 193 ; 
Le Neve's MS. 393 ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 120. 
„ (Sir RobS K.B.), Viscount Rochestei', R. Warrant, one of our lyons passant 
gardant gold as augm. in dexter part of coat of arms, and banner at Windsor, 
8 June 1611, and supporters 9 May 1611. Cott. MS. Faustina E. I. 38 ; 
Harl. MS. 1507, fo. 393 ; MS. Ashm. 858, fo. 45, 46, copy of grant, 
Bodleian Lib., and Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 120, and of supporters. 

Carre, Edward, of Bristol, out of Cumberland 1574-5 ? by G. Dethick. 

Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 83 ; Q's Coll. Oxf MS. 145, fo. 37" ; Harl. MS. 5823, 
fo. 37". 

Carrell, John, of Warneham, Sussex 1588, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, 

fo. 113", 1422, fo. 95, and 5887, fo. 85 ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 61". 



GBAKTEES OF AEMS TO TEE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 47 

Cahrique, Richard, of Borton on the Tlill, co. Glouc. (Quarterly of 4), 

s. of Richard, of Tewkesbiirv, 25 Jan. 1588-9, 31 Eiiz., by Cooke. 

Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 97; Add. MB. 4966, fo. 89"; Harl. MS. 1430, 

fo. 97. 

Carsey, Thomas, of Soulhbaruw, NorfolV:, i^nft .... 1563 (Harvey's (irants). Add. 

MS. 16,940, fo. 49. 

Carter, . . . ., of London, descended out of Herts, ars;., a chev. betw. 3 cart wheels 

vert. 1612, by Sesrar. Add. .MS. 1-_'.i'l'.-,, fo. 22; C. 24, fo. 316" [Visit. 

Lond., 1634], Her. Coll., and (;iiil. 2:)s. 

„ Thomas, Kemptou, Beds, bv Sir 11. St. George, Kt. Harl. MS. 1390, fo. 31. 

„ Goddard, of Alverscot, Oxford, 22 Nov. 1670, ? by Sir E. Bysshe. Harl. MS. 

1105, fo. 42". 
„ "William, Rowton, Norfolk, 24 Feb. 1610-11, by Camden or Segar. Stowe 
MS. 712, fo. 70" ; compare Le Neve's MS. 357. 
Carthey, Vise' of Muskery, Charles MacCarthy, 21 Sept. 1639, by T. Preston, 
Ulster K. of A., arms confirnied aad supporters granted. Harl. MS. 1470, 
fo. 32 ; Grants II., 678. 
Cartwright, Rose, dau. of .John, of co. Derby, wife of John Trott of London, 
confirmed .... 1574, by Flower. MS. Ashm. 844, fo. 75, copy of grant, 
Bodleian Lib. ; Guil. 395 ; Reliquary, x.\ii., 245. 
„ Richard, of Aynho, Northauts, Esq., 2nd s. of Hugh, and bro. of Edmond, of 
Ossington, Notts, confirmed 25 Nov. 1633, by R. St. George. Add. MS. 
14,295, fo. 57" ; C. 34, fo. 25" [Visit. Nottingham, 1662], Her. Coll. 
„ Thomas, of Sycm, certified 1634, by Hy. St. George, Richmond. Harl. MS. 

1422, fo. 124'!. 
„ Timothy, who mar* Penelope, relict of Nich' Charles, Lancaster Herald, and 
dau. of Sir \V. Segar by his 1" wife Eleanor Sommers, wh. Timothy was 
son of W"', of Washbourne, co. Glouc, gent., confirmed 20 May 1617, 
15 Jac, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 22" ; Guil. 298 ; Harl. MS. 6140, 
fo. 81". 
„ W", of Assington [Ossington], Notts, given . . . ., by Cooke. Harl. MS. 

1359, fo. 120" ; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 45". 
„ W", of Newland, Yorks, 12 Aug. 1612, by R. St. George, Norr. Berry's 
Supp', Her. Coll. 140, fo. 72. 
Carus, of Kendal, Westmorland, . . . ., by Ualton, Norr. Add. MS. 14,295, 
fo. 76" (98"). 
„ Thomas, Esthwaite, Westmorland, . . . . ? by Harvey. Add. MS. 16,940, 
fo. 10". 
Carvill, John, of Nun Monkton, Yorks, by R. St. George. Add. JMS. 14,295, 

fo. 60 ; B. 21, 225 ; C. 13, 225 [Visit. Yorks, 1612], Her. Coll. 
Cart, see Cory. 

„ John, of Londim, merchant, confirmed 25 Sept. 1699, by T. St. George,") 

Gart., and kinsman to 
„ John, of Bristol, merchant, and Richard, his brother, confirmed 25 Seju. I 
1699, by H. St. George, Clar. Harl. MS. 14,831, fo. 85, and Grants [ 
IV., fo. 326. 

See pedigree 3 D. 14 [Her. Coll.]. J 

Caryer, Benjamin, D.D. and Preb^ of Canterbury, chaplain to K. James, 20 June, 

10 Jac., 1612, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 22"; Guil. 224 ; Add. MS. 

4966, fo. 98 ; H. C. [Her. Coll. ?], 140, fo. 37". 

Case, John, of Bei-wick, s. of Cornelius, s. of Thomas, 9 Dec. 1581, by Cooke. 

Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 12, 1441, fo. 46, and 1116, fo. 29. 

Cassell, by W. Ryley, Lane. Her. [?]. Stowe MS. 703, fo. 64. 

Castlelock, John, of Feversham, gent., whose ancestor inhabited there by reason 
of Johu, their uncle, who was lord Abbot of th;it Monastery before the 
Supp™, crest 10 Aug. 1614, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 23; 
Guil. 276, 



48 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

Cass, John, of Hackney, JlidJx.. J. P. for the Tower and liberty, Lt. Col. of the 
Tower hamlets, and a D.L. there (s. and h. of Tho», late of Hackney, 
Middx., J. P., deCi), 20 Sept. 1G99, by T. St. George, Gart,, and H. St. 
George, Clar. Add. MS. 14,831, fo. 1G4 ; Grants IV., fo. 311; Stowe 
MS. 714, fo. 9.3" ; Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 56", 2 cotises added. 
Cassilis, Gilbert, Lord Kandie (Kennedy), Earl of Cassilis, coat. C. Barker's 

Grants ; Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 62 ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 60. 
CiSTELL Piobcrt, of Yorkshire, one of the clerks of the King's Exchequer, 10 June 
1479, 19 Ed. IV., by J. More, Norr. Stowe MS. 714, fo. 173, Pedigree, 
17-">; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 58"; G. 18, fo. 12, Her. Coll.; Grants II., 
635. 
Castelton, William, of Lincolnshire, 12 May 1482, by T. Holme ais Norr. Harl. 

MS. 1116, fo. 39. 
Castjllion, Jean Baptista, from near Turin, now of Benham Valence, co. Berks, 
esq., etc., s. of Peter, testimonial of arms 10 May 1562, by Sir G. Dethick ; 
served in the wars temp. H. VIII., and for 53 years one of the grooms of 
the Privy Chamber to Q. Eliz. ; augmentation and crest, by W. Dethick, 
Gart. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 64" ; Stowe MSS. G76, fo. 140, and 697, 
fo. 112—114; Q's Coll. 0.\f. MS. 36, fo. 100, copy of grant, etc.; 
Genealogist, N. S., vol. xix., p. 199. 
Castleman, Paul, of Bedington, Surrey, Esq., 18 Aug. 1GG2. Bysshe's Grants, 

fo. 22, Her. Coll. ; Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 21. 
Catcher, John, of London, sheriff .... 1587, by Cooke, Harl. MS.S. 1359, 

fo. 110, and 1422, fo. 93" ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 56. 
Cater, Cornelius, s. of John, of London, assigned 1584, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 
1359, fo. IIG"; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 37 ; Gull. 241 ; Grants II., 495 ; 
Add. MS. 496G, fo. 29". 
„ Margery, d. and h. of John, of Letcombe Regis, Berks; wife of William 
Hyde, of South Bench worth ; exemplified 20 April 1559, by Hervey. 
Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 23 ; MSS. Ashm. 858, fo. 209-10, and 840, fo. 412-13, 
copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Geneal, ii., 355 ; Grants II., 528 ; Harl. 
MS. 1116, fo. 48 ; Le Neve's MS. 474. 
Caterall, . . . ., az., a lion passant betw. three mascles or, by Segar. Add. MS. 

12,225, fo. 23. 
Catheryns, Humphrey, s. of Thomas, of Clifton, co. Warwick, now of New Inn, 
crest (15 Nov.) 1572, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 88", 91 ; Cooke's 
Grants, fo. 10, Her. Coll.; Guil. 211 ; Harl. MS. 1052, fo. 13 ; Add. MS. 
4966, fo. 52". 
Cathorne, Thomas, Prendergast, co. Pembroke, gent., arms and crest 5 Dec. 1553, 
by T. Hawley, Clar. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 60, copy of grant, and 
Grants I., p. 10. 
Catlyn, Richard, of Hatford Hall, Norfolk, testified grant ? 1 Dec. or 1 June 1555 
temp. Q. Mary, by G. Dethick. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 62" ; copy, Q's Coll. 
Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 46, in Latin ; Grants I., 45. 
„ Sir Robeit, Lord Chief Justice, confirmed .... 1559 (Harvey's Grants). 

Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 18". 
„ Robert, of Rawndes, Northts., confirmed .... 1564 (Harvey's Grants). 

Add. MS. 16,940, f 0.43. 
„ William, of Leyborne, Kent, gent., arms and crest granted 27 Nov. 1460 
(probably an error for a later year), by Tho. Holme, Norr. An alteration 
in the crest 1 Dec, 9 Ed. IV., 1469. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 5, also 
by T. Holme, Norr. ; copy of grant, etc., Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 5—7, 
in French ; Grants II., 645, 647 ; Harl. MS. 1116, fo. 39. 
Catzius, Sir .lacobns, D"' of )■" laws, Syndic of the city of Dort, and Knighted by 

K. Jas. ; arms Quarterly, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 2?,\ 
Caunton, Thomas, and bro. "i of Kilvington, Yorks, crest 1613, by R. St. George, 
„ William /Norr. Harl.MS. G140,fo.73; StoweMS. 706,fo.l6". 



GRANTEES OF AKMS TO THE END OE THE XVII. CENTURY. 49 

Cai'NTON or Cranton, .Joliii, of Warwickshire (jiiid \Vm. in Burke), coat and 

crest. Barker's Grants; Ilarl. MS. 584(;, fo. 21, 2V, ; Stowe M.S. G92, 

fo. 29. 
Caijson, John, Loudon .... by Cooke. Stowe MS. G70, fo. 01''. 
Cavalcaxti, John, a Florentine nierch', gent, usher to H. VIII., augmentation 

5 Feb. 1520-21. Harl. MS. 1507, lb. 179, and MS. Ashm. 834, fo. 74, 

copy of grant, Bodleian Lib., and Q's ("oil. Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 31, in 

Latin. 
Cavaler, Anthony, of London, gent., gift 20 .June 1534, by Wriothesley, Gart., 

and Benolte, Clar. Hari. MSS. i:^;m, fo. ;;2(i, and 1.359, fo. 41 ; Add. 

MS. 26,702, fo. 59 ; Ilail. .MS. CI lo, lb. 07''. 
Cave, of Staunfield (Stanfm.l i, cuai ami crest. Barker's Grants ; Harl. MS. 

5846, fo. 25 bis ; Stowe il.S. i;:)2, to. 31. 
Cavendish, Henry, of Uovebridge, co. Derby, and liis brother 

., Cliarles, s. of Francis, dec'', Natl, sous of Henry, late of Tutbury, co. Stall'., 

20 May H;(;4, by W. Dugdale, Norr. (Her. Coll.) 
Cawood, John, gent., 10 May, 3 and 4 Phil, and JIary, 1557, by G. Dethick. 

Grants I., 205; Harl. MS. 1115, fo. 37, copy of grant, Brit. Mas., and Q's 

Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 73 ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. (59. 
Cawthorne, William, of Little Bartholomew's, London, gent., 24 Aug. 1648, by 

W. Ryley, Norr. Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 54". 
Cecil, see Sitsii.t. 

„ D" Powell in iiis History of Wales, dated 1584, there styles Wm. Sitsyll or 

Cecil, esq., cousin German to the Lord Bnrghley removed by one degree 

only. See Works of Armorie, by John Bos.'^ewell, gent., 1572, pp. 81 — 105. 
Chabxor, Thomas, of Mowsley in Herefordshire .... 1586, by Cooke. Harl. 

MSS. 1359, fo. 91, and 1422, fo. 93 ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 69"; Harl. MS. 

6140, fo. 55. 
Chaffix, John, or Saffin, of Wolf Kerston, co. Som., s. of George, 17 Sept., 

10 Jac, 1612, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 24" ; Harl. MS. 6140, 

fo. 36". 
Chalkhill, John, of Kingsbury, Middx., . . . ., l)y Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, 

fo. 122. 
Chaloner, David, of Denbigh, crest 4 — 15 [? Grants IV., 15], by W. Flower, 

Norr. Copy of grant, Harl. MS. 1972, fo. 69. 
„ Sir Thomas, of Wales, 1 June 1548, by Hawley (?). Add. MS. 16,940, 

fo. 202". 
CiiAMBRE, . . . ., of Essex, crest . . . ., Barker's Grants. Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 25". 
, , crest . . . ., Barker's Grants. Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 26"= ; Stowe MS. 

692, fo. 30" ; Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 54. 
Chamber, Geoflfrey, confirmed 26 Aug. 1528, 20 H. 8, by Wriothesley and Benolte. 

Copy of letters patent, Brit. Mus., Hail. MS. 4900, fo. 20", 21. Stowe MS. 

671, fo. 75" ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 1. 
„ Thomas, of Barkway, Herts ; authority from his S'^ cousin William 

Chamber of Wolstie Castle, Cumberland, esq., that Thomas having proved 

relationship should use his arms and crest with the difference of a second 

house, 1 March 1623. Harl. MS. 2147, fo. 106. 
Chambeulayne, . . . ., wife of Robert Faldoe of Maldon, Bucks, esq. Add. MS. 

14,295, fo. 25 (? by K. St. George), Quarterly of 9 tricked. 
Chamberletn, Richard, of London, alderm., gift .... 1551 (Harvey's Grants). 

Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 43" ; see Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 90. 
Chamberlayne, Robert, of Sherborne, T„„-, , ,, , .^o^ i 
„ George, of St. Ora^rs, I ass gned or allowed 1 585. by 

;; John! brother of RobS J ^''"^'- <^"il- 245. 

„ Robert, gent., s. and h. of Rich"*, late Alderm. and Sheriifof London, and 

Anne his wife, d. and h. of Robert Downer of Yalliug, Kent, gent., 1588, 

by Cooke. Stowe MS. 677, fo. 8" ; ? Gnil. 245. 



50 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

Chamberlayne, Thomas, of London, coat and crest (Barker's Grants). Harl. 
MS. 5846, fo. 23'^ ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 31'' ; crest in margin, Harl. ilS. 
5887, fo. 8. 
Chamberlaine, Sir Thomas, of Coleman St., London, crest confirmed 15 Feb. 

1661-2, by Walker, Gart. Guil. 232 ; Her. Coll., fo. 46. 
Chambers, Geo., of Lonoford, co. Glouc, a servant to Thomas, Lord Windsor 
[Grants IV. ?], 4 fo. 67, and Grants IL, 660, 1 fo. 104, March 1629-30, 
by K. St. George. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. (;7, 104 ; Grants IL, fo. 661''. 
„ John, of Gaddesby, co. Leic, confirmed 3 March 1581-2, by Cooke. Uuil. 
137 ; MS. Ashm. 844, fo. 28, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. 
Chami'Yon, Walter, grants 20 JIarch 1527-8 by letters from Clias. V., Emperor, 
testified by Gabriel, Count of Osteuburg, Sub-Advocate of the Bpk. of 
Crurcew (Cracow ?). Harl. MS. 1499, fo. 112", in Latin. 
Chaplaix, Sir Francis, Knt., Lord Mayor of London, granted hy Bysshe, and 
confirmed 24 March 1682-3 (Ailesbury, D.E.M.) [Deputy Eai'l Marsiial ?]. 
Grants III., fo. 195 ; Harl. MS. 5861, fo. 38'' [Certif. .July 1683]. 
Chaplin, or Capelin, .John, Hants. 

Chapman, Alexander, of Bourdi.n (Borden), Kent, coat and crest SB Hy. VIII., 1546 
(Barker's Grants). Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 24 ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 32 ; 
Allen in Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 73", and in Add. MS. 26,702. 
„ Henry, of Bowerth, or Baverch, co. Camb., coat and crest. Barker's Grants. 

Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 24". 
„ James, now in Spain (s. of Alex., s. and h. of John, of Yorks), testified 

10 Aug., 14 Jac, 1616, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 24". 
„ rjohn. Quarterly, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1859, fo. 118 ; Stowe^ 
I MS. 670, fo. (39 ; ? bur. at Clerkenwell 24 Aug. 1603. Harl. | 
^ MS. 5887, fo. 42 ; Add. MS. 49G6, fo. 96. ^diff. coat. 

„ I John, of London, grant 1 May 1573 (Beri-y's Appendix). | 
L Bannerman MS., No. 9, 451. J 

Chappell, Bartholomew, a sergeant bailiff of London, by Segar, or, an anchor in 

pale sa. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 25. 
Chard, . . . ., co. Leic, by Cooke, Quarterly, a label [. . . .], 73, no colours. Stowe 

MS. 670, fo. 82". 
Chark, William, of Loudon, gent., for his great piety and learning, granted and 
assigned 21 Jan. 1604-5, by Camden, Clar. Cott. MS. Faust. E. I., fo. 48 ; 
Harl. MS. 6095, fo. 3 ; Guil. 294. 
Charles, John, of Tavistock, Devon, confirmed 1564 (Harvey's Grants). Add. MS. 
16,940, fo. 13". 
„ Kichard, of London, ...., by Cooke. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 42. 
Charleton, Thomas, of Saudiacre, co. Derby, exemplified 23 May 1612, by R. St. 
George. MS. Ashm. 858, fo. 157-8, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Misc. 
Gen. et Her., N. S., iv., 109 ; Grants IL, 617" ; Harl. MSS. 6179, fo. 13", 
aud 6140, fo. 72 ; Reliq., xxii., 49. 
Charnock, Kichard, Holcott, Beds, 1566, by Harvey, Clar. Harl. MS. 1390, fo. 20. 
Chatteuton, John, of Portsmouth, crest confirmed 22 March 15| [1556-7] 
(Hawley's Grants). Harl. MS. 1562, fo. 48" ; Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 50''. 

Chaucer (Thomas), ternp. H. VI., Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 28". 

Chaukcy, William, of Edgecott, Norfolk, 23 Nov. 1545, Barker's Grants. Harl. 
MSS. 5846, fo. 24, and 1115, fo. 32"; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 32 ; see Harl. 
MS. 1410, fo. 47. 
Chaunuler, William,! s. of Thomas, of Hyde Barton, co. Southampton, deC" 
and Georiic, / (also descendants of George and William Chaundler, the 
sounes of his brother), crest 30 Dec. 1612, 10 Jac, by 
P. [Will.] Segar, Gart. Copy of grant, Brit. Mus., and Harl. JIS. 1172, 
fo. 9" ; see Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 121". 
Cheytob, or Chaytor, Christopher, of the Bpk. of Durham, .... 1575, by Flower. 
Harl. MSS. 1453, fo. 74, 1422, fo. 23, and 6140, fo. 70". 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OP TUB XVII. CENTURY. 51 

Chatek, W"\ of Crofts Hall, co. Yorks, s. of Aiitliy., s. of Christopher, of Butterby, 

in the Rplc, which Clir'' married Edvth [? Elizabeth], d. and h. of W™ 

[Clervaux] of Crofts Hall, 12 July 161-2, by R. St. George. Harl. MS. 

1-422, fo. 109'', Quartei'ly coat and ditFereiU crest. 
Cheale, John, of Findon, Sussex, and to Philip his brother, and to .lolin and 

Philip, of the par. of Shermanbury, 20 May 1072. Harl. MS. 1105, 

fo. ST"", by Sir E. Bysshe ; Bysshe's Grants, 35. 
Cheffinch, Thomas, one o"f the pages of H.M.'s Bedchamber from the King's 

infancy and during bis exile in foreign parts and return to Enghmd, 14 Dec. 

1664, by Walker. Add. MSS. 14,293, fo. 37, and 14,294, fo. 7" ; Guil. 

259, Comptroller of the Plxcise and Keeper of the private closet to Chas. II. 
„ William, one of the pages of the bedchamber and Keeper of the (King's 

rarities in Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 132) private Closet (succeeded his bro. 

Thomas, dec""), confirmation 6 July 1670 of the arms granted to Thomas, 

by Walker. Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 50; Add. MSS. 14,293, fo. 28, and 

14,294, fo. 3, a crescent for difference; Guil. 258. 
Chelmick, W™, of Ragdon, Salop, crest ? 1 June 1582, 25 Q. Eliz., by Cooke. 

Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 12 P. 
Chequer, see Haufleet, of Moland, Kent, 9 May 1504. Harl. MS. 1153, fo. 3. 
Cherry (Sir Francis), of London, ari;-., a fesse engrailed between tiiree annulets gu., 

by Segar. Add. MS. 12,2i:5, fo. 25"; Sir Francis in Add. MS. 14,295, 

fo. 75; and Harl. MS. C140, fo. 48" ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 33''. 
Cherth, Richard, s. of Rich'' . . . ., by Cooke. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 52. 
Cheslin, . . . ., of London, Alderra., by Browne, Bluemantle [?]. Stowe ilS. 703, 

fo. 72. 
Chester City, 3 Sept. 1580, by Flower. MS. Ashm. 844, fo. 51, copy of grant, 

Bodleian Lib. 
Chester (. . . .), of Glouc, Quarterly : 1 and 4, gu., a lion passant ermine between 

three hawks' lures or ; 2 and 3, sa., a chev. betw. three fleurs-de-lis arg. ; 

crest, a lion's paw erased ermines, by Camden. Harl. MS. 6095, fo. 1" ; 

Le Neve's MS. 270. 
„ Robert, of Lee, Essex, granted Feb. 1639-40, by J. Borough, Gart. Harl. 

MSS. 1441, fo. 57S and 1105, fo. 56 ; Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 91" ; Guil. 

338. 
„ William, gent., 22 May 1467, by W. Hawkslow. Stowe MS. 608, fo. 19; 

R. E. Waters, Hist, of Chester Family, 109 ; Misc. Gen. et Her., 3rd S., 

iv., 117, copy of grant, Brit. Mus., and Grants If., 537. 
Chesterfield, Catherine, Countess of, supporters at the Hague 29 May 1600, by 

Walker, Gart. Her. Coll., fo. 12. 
Cheston, Thomas, of Mydelhall in SulF., 15S7, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, 

fo. 109'', and 1422, fo. 94; Add. MS. 4960, fo. 31". 
Chesyldyne, George, of Uppingham, Rutland, gent., s. o( Edward, s. of John, s. of 

John, late of Alaxton, co. Leic, confirmed 31 Jan. 1500-61, by L. Dalton, 

Norr. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 48", and Rutland Visit», Harl. Soc, 50 ; 

Grants I., fo. 40. 
Chevenixg or Chawning, Reginald, of Cheveninc:. Kent, confirmed by Segar. 

Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 25 ; Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 57. 
Chibnall, Richard, of Astwood, Bucks, 1562 (Harvey's Grunts). Add. MS. 1(!,9 10, 

fo. 49". 
Chilcott, William, of Lovelinch, Somerset, s. of William, s. of John, both of 

Preston, 6 Oct. 1633, by R. St. George, Clar. Harl. MS. 1105, 

fo. 2". 
Childborne. Alexander, of London, 1 Dec. 1539, granted by Hawley, Clar. 

Le Neve's MS. 501 ; Harl. MS. 7025, fo. 203 (Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 1) ; 

Stowe MS. 677, fo. 14, copy of grant in Brit. Mus. 
Childe, John, of Shelley, co. Worcester, 10 March 1575-0, 17 Eliz., by (Cooke 7). 

Harl. MS. 1507, fo. 250; Le Neve's MS. 250. 



52 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE ENB OF THE XVII. CENTTJRT. 

Childers, Hugh, of Doncaster, J.P., by H. St. George, Norr. Harl. MS. 1105, 

fo. 12^ 
Chilton, Leonard, of Cadiz in Spain, gent., s. and h. of John, of Rye, Kent, gent., 

24 Oct. 1576, by Cooke. Quarterly of 4: Chilton, Barrowe, Roberts and 

Sanders. Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 118, and 1422, fo. 121 ; Stowe MS. 670, 

fo. 69" ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 96"; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 42t>. 
Chisnall, Edward, of Chisnall, co. Lane., s. of Thomas, confirmed 15 Feb. 1596-7, 

by W. Dethick. Stowe MS. 676, fo. 115, copy of grant, and Q's Coll. Oxf. 

MS. 36, fo. 50. 
Choke, Richard, of Avington, Berks, crest granted 4 July 1576, by Cooke. MS. 

Ashm. 858, fo. 216, 218, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. 
Cholmeley, Sir Hugh, grant of crest 20 Dec. 1547, 1 Ed. VL (by Hawley), in 

French, confirmed .... 1566, by Flower. Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 202 ; 

MSS. Ashm. 840, fo. 381, and 858, fo. 179, 180, copy of grant, Bodleian 

Lib. 
Cholmley, Richard, Ryple, co. Wore, s. of Miles and bro. of Jasper, of Highgate, 

Midd., 1590, by Cooke, Clar. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 39" ; Add. MS. 14,297, 

fo. 39". 
Cholmondeley, Tbomas, of Holford, Cheshire, nat. s. of Thomas, Visct. Chol- 

mondeley, 29 Oct. 1663, by Sir W"' Dugdale, Norr. (Her. Coll.) 
„ Robert, Visct., supporters 10 June 1661, by Walker. MSS. Ashm. 840, 

fo. 421-3, and 858, fo. 173-4, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. 
Cholwich, William, of Cholwich, Devon, crest 6 June 1657, by Ryley. Harl. MS. 

1470, fo. 147, and 1105, fo. 1 1 ; " made void" Guil. 384. 
Cholwill, Thomas, of Lodesford in par. of Hartlaud, Devon (s. of John, s. of 

Thomas and Alice, d. and coh. of Dalin of Lodesford aforesd.), Cholwill 

quartering Dalin. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. Ill, and 6095. fo. 28 ; Guil. 332. 
Chopping, Richard, Alderm. of Loudon, coat and crest. Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 76". 
Chorley or Thorneholme, 1594, by W. Dethick, Gart. Harl. MSS. 1453, fo. 33, 

and 3526, fo. 142''. 
Chowne, Nicholas, of Fairlawn, Keut, confirmed (Harvey's Grants). Add. MS. 

16,940, fo. 36" ; Harl. MS. 1076, fo. 112\ 6 Q. Eliz., 1564-5. 
Christemas, . . . ., Essex, crest .... Barker's Grants ; Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 27" ; 

Stowe MS. 692, fo. 30" ; Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 22. 
Christopher, Ro., secondary of the Counter of London, gent., 22 March 1587-8, 

by Cooke. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 62" ; Vincent's Coats and Crests, N° 175, 

fo. 13 ; L. 6, Quartered coats and crests, fo. 46 ; Index P', Office of Arms ; 

Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 79. 
Crystmas, Robert, of Lavnam, SufP., crest confirmed by the Earl of liciccster 

(Harvey's Grants). Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 33. 
Cristoforson, John, Bp. of Ciiichester, 4 April 1557, by ? Hawley. Add. MS. 

16,940, fo. 208". 
Chukbe, of Dorset, . . . ., by Segar, az., a cross or betw. 4 bezants. Add. 

MS. 12,225, fo. 27". 
Church, Bartholomew, of Erles Colne, Essex, ob. in the Low Countries, 1613, by 

Camden, Clar. Le Neve's MS. 355. 
„ John, Maiden. Esse.x, grant 20 May 1557, by Harvey, ? Hawley, Clar. 

Harl. MS. 1115, fo. 35, grant; copy of grant, Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, 

fo. 70 ; Grants L, 401. 
Churchar, Thomas, Chittingley, Sussex, gent., 10 Oct. 1570, by Ro. Cooke, Clar. 

Grants I., 96 ; Harl. "MS. 1562, fo. 156". 
Churchill, John, lord of Sundridge, supporters 27 July 1685, by W. Dugdale, 

Garter. Stowe MS. 714, fo. 143 ; Grants III., 284 ; Lansd. MS. 867, 

fo. 52. 
„ Winston, of Minterne, Dorset, M.P., crest and augmentation by royal 

command, 20 Jan. 1661-2, by Sir E. Walker, Gart. Her. Coll., fo. 44 ; 

Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 38. 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO TBE KNU OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 63 

Churchman, John, of London, by Cooke. Add. MS. 4966, fo. 52" ; Stowe MS. 

670, fo. 2-2\ 
Clapham, John, of London, one of the six clerks in Chancery, confirmed .... 
1599, by W. Dethick, Gart., Camden, Clar., and Segar, Norr. Add. MS. 
12,225, fo. 25" ; Harh MS. 6095. fo. 24" ; Guil. 131. 
Clare, Simon, of Croome, D'Abitot, co. Wore, .... 1562, by Harvey. ILirl. ALS. 

1422, fo. 12 ; Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 43" ; Burke's Armory. 
Clarges, Anne, ux. Gcoriju Monk, after Duke of Albemarle, arms and augmenta- 
tion 20 Auff. 1660, by Sir E. Walker, Gart. Her. Coll., 4, Berry's 
SuppI'. 
Clark (. . . .), a showmaker's son, of Saffron Walden, grant 1596, by W. Dethick, 
arms not tricked, crest, out of a tower a demi lion rampant, entered by 
R. Brooke, York Herald. Harl. MS. 1453, fo. 35. 
„ . . . ., or, on a bend engrailed az., 3 Lozenges of the first, by Segar. Add. 
MS. 12,225, fo. 26. 
Clarke, ..... of Herefordshire, exemplification, arg', a chev. betw. 3 lions 
rampant vert, with 3 quarterings, by Segar, .... Add. MS. 12,225, 
fo. 26. 
„ Andrew, of Wroxham, Norfolk, by Camden. Harl. MS. 6095, fo. 38". 
„ Edmond, of Kettlebaston, Suff., gent., grant 20 June, 1 Q. Eliz., 1559, by 
G. Dethick. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 78 ; copy of grant, Q's Coll. Oxf. MSS. 
39, fo. 95, and 145, fo. 2" ; Grants IL, 407. 
„ Edward, of the Manor of Ketelbastone, Suff., gent., grant 2 May 1556, by 
Hawley. Harl. MSS. 1509, fo. 404-5, and 1669, fo. 39; Add. MS. 
16,940, fo. 208 ; copy of grant, Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 64 ; Grants L, 
300 ; Le Neve's MS. 404. 
„ Samuel, of Ashegate, co. Derby, and his brother Cornelius, of Cubthorpe, s. 
of Ralph, of Ashegate, deC^, 12 May 1663, by W. Dugdale, Norr., Her. 
Coll. Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 22". 
„ Edward, of Ardington, Beds [Berks], s. of John [s. of John], s. of 
Augustine, s. of John, of Basildon, Berks, and E[lizabeth], dau. and h. 
of ... . Champneys. Clarke quartering Champneys allowed and crest 
confirmed 21 Oct. 1600, by W. Dethick, Gart., and Camden. Harl. MSS. 
1359, fo. 36, and 1422, fo. 114", etc. ; Add. MS. 14,259, fo. 114" ; Cott. 
MS. Faustina E. L, fo. 53" ; Guil. 251 ; copy of grant, Q's Coll. Oxf. 
MSS. 36, fo. 114, and 146, fo. 44. 
„ Godfrey, s. of Nicholas, of Somersal in Brampton, co. Derby, 19 April 1608, 
1611, by R. St. George. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 43" (see W™ Gierke [same 
Arms, p. 54], Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 78'') ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 71" ; 
Le Neve's MS. 497. 
Clark, James, Serjeant of H.M.'s "chandry" at Whitehall, and Constable of 
H.M.'s Castle of Dublin, 26 Jan. 1688-9, by T. St. George, Gart., and 
H. St. George, Clar. Harl. US. 14,831, fo. 80, and Grants IV., 
fo. 30. 
„ John, of Kent, 1 Jan. 1500 [sic], ? 1550, l)y Hawley. Harl. MS. 1122, 

fo. 43". 
„ Robert, the elder, of St. Ives, Hunts, 10 Oct. 1071, by Walker. Harl. MS. 
1172, fo. 70 ; Add. MSS. 14,293, fo. 86, and 14,294, fo. 25" : Guil. 134. 
Clarke (Mathew), King's Lynn, . . . ., by W. Camden. Caius Coll. Camb. MS. 
551, fo. 30", and Harl. MS. 4756, fo. 52". 
„ Sir Thomas, of Plumstead, Kent, Knt.. 27 April 1621, by Camden. Harl. 

MSS. 1422, fo. 43", and 6095, fo. 38. 
„ William, of Hallywellcombe, Devon, confirmed 1561 (Harvey's Grants). 

Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 17. 
„ William, London, gent., 25 Jan. 1605, by Camden, at the request and charge 
of his 2 bros. in law Sir W" Romney and W. Jeremy Danvers. Harl. MS. 
1422, f 0.1 S". 



54 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

Clarkson, . . . ., Arg., on a bend betw. 2 trefoils slipped sa. 3 lozenges of the 

first, , by Segar. Add. MSS. 12,225, fo. 26'', and 14,295, fo. 114'' ; 

Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 2b\ and 1422, fo. 114"; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 146, 

fo. 44. 
„ . . . ., of Nottingham, different coat (arg., on a bend engrailed sa. three 

annulets or), but diffei'ent crest, by Cooke. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 63. 
CiiAY, Thomas, of Keigate, .... 1613, by Camden. Morgan's Sphere, 117. 

„ William, see Cley. 
Clayton, Sir Robert, Knt., Alderm. and Sheriff of London. 1671, by Bysshe. 

Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 39 ; Bysshe's Grants, 30. 
„ Thomas, D"" in physic, and Regius Prof"', Oxford, Master of Pembroke Coll., 

and his brother James, sons of W"', of Yorks, gent., alteration 20 March 

1627-8, by R. St. George, trans'^ by A. Wood, Oxon, 28 Jan. 1687. Add. 

MS. 14,295, fo. 65^ 66'; 2 March 1624-5 in Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 14. 
Cleaveb, Sir Charles, of Bygrave, Herts, 10 April 1661 (by Bysshe). Harl. MSS. 

1105, fo. 40", and 6179, fo. 49 ; Bysshe's Grants, 36. 
Clegat, . . . ., of Kent, . . . ., by Segar, erm., on a fesse sa. 3 pheons or, quarter- 
ing Godden. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 26. 
Clement, crest (Barker's Grants), (1526—49). Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 27 ; 

Stowe MS. 692, fo. 30". 
Clent, John, of Knightwick, co. Wore, certificate by R. St. George, Clar. Harl. 

MS. 1105, fo. 3". 
Clepole, James, of Norborough, Nortbts., father of Sir John, granted 17 June 

1583, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 107", and 1422, fo. 93"; Guil. 

357 ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 31". 
Clergiemkns Sons, Widows and Children fa Society or Corporation], 29 Nov. 

1684, by Sir Wm. Dugdale and T. St. George, Clar. Harl. MS. 6834, 

fo. 178; Grants III., fo. 250; Lansd. MS. 867, fo. 52. [Now the 

Corporation of the Sons of the Clergy ?] 
Clerke, Bartliolomew, D.C.L., of London, Judge (Dean) of the Arches and 

a Master in Chancery, and to the descendants of his father John, of Wells, 

Somerset, etc., s. of Richard, of Levermere, Sutf., gent., etc., confirmed 

25 Jan. 1580-81, by Ro. Cooke: Clerke quartering Grandtofte. MS. 

Ashm. 844, fo. 171, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Guil. 246 ; Had. MSS. 

1422, fo. 43", and 6179, fo. 22". 
„ Humph., of Edmonton, Middx., gent., testified 29 Nov. 1633, by R. St. George; 

"entered 19 Oct. 1686, by H. St. George." Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 71" ; 

Cat. Her. Exhib. Soc. of Antiq., 71. 
„ Thomas, of Wirke, Northumberland, 14 Dec. 1560, by Dalton. Harl. ^IS. 

]35y, fo. 47". 
„ W"' (same coat as Godfrey Clarke on p. 53), of Somersall, co. Derby, 14 .\pril 

1608, by R. St. George (? Galfridus, Harl. MS. 1093, fo. 26). Add. MS. 

14,295, fo. 78" (fo. 137), an alteration from the original ? 
Cletcher, Henry, late of Stockholm, Sweden, etc., exemplified 20 April 1669, by 

AValker. Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 68 ; Add. MSS. 14,293, fo. 72, and 14,294, 

fo. 21 ; Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 78, copy of grant. 
Cley, AVilliam, Crych and Chappell, co. Derby, .... 1588, by W. Dethick, Gart. 

John in Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 72 ; 1588 in Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 13 ; Berry's 

Supplement. 
Cleybrook, Stephen, of Pulhara, Middx., 1574, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, 

fo. 119 ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 94". 
Clifton, John, of Jiondon, clothworker, s. of Roger, of London, clothworker, s. of 

Richard, of Ijondon, skinner to H. VIII., Ed. VI. and Q. Mary, by Segar. 

Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 27 ; C. 28, Her. Coll., and Guil. 102. 
„ William, of Clifton and Hodsoke, Notts, gent. (? arm.), crest 15 Nov., 

3 Ed. VI., 1549, by G. Dethick. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 59" ; copy of grant, 

Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 23 ; Harl. MS. 1116, fo. 40" ; Grants I., 328. 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE ENB OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 55 

Clinkard, Gabviell (s. of Edmund, M.A. Oxon, allied to the family of Pigotts and 
Hawti'ey), head bailiff of the City of Westm. temp. Chas. I., royalist, was 
plundered and tryed for his life, etc., a prisoner at Worcester battle, etc. 
2 March 16(54-5, by Walker. Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 60 ; Add. MSS. U,293, 
fo. 55, and U,29i, fo. 12 ; Guil. 216, copy of grant. 
Ci.ocKMAKERs' CoMPY., arms, crest and supporters 31 Jan. 1G71-2, by Walker. 
Ilarl. JIS. 1172, fo. 69'' ; Add. MSS. 14,29:!, fo. 82, and 14,294, fo. 24 ; 
TIarl. MS. 1052, fo. 209, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. 
Cr.oos, Nicholas, clerk, for services in building Eton College, letters patent 30 Jan. 
(1448-9), copy Brit. Mus. Excerp. itist., 364 ; Her. and Geneal., i., 135, 
after Bp. of Carlisle and of liichfield. 
Clothworkees' Compy., arms, no other date, 1530, 22nd Hen. VIII., by Benolt; 
crest and supporters 25 March 1587, by Cooke. Misc. Gen. et Her., ii., 
173_175 ; Her. and Geneal., i., 123; copy of grant, Brit. Mus. 
Cloudesley, Capt. Richard, Citizen and Vintner, 13 April 1663, by Sir E. Walkei', 

Gart. Her. Coll., fo. 50 ; Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 24". 
CLOfGHE, Edmond, of Thorpe Stapleton, Yorks, 26 June 1612, by R. St. George. 
Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 14 ; Surtees Soc, XLI.,xlvi., copy of grant, Brit. Mus., 
s. of Rob', s. of John ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 14. 
Clowes. William, of London, gent., s. of Thomas, of Kingsbery, co. Warwick, s. of 
Nieh.)liis, s. of Jeffrey,' of 'I'utberv, co. Staff., granted 28 Oct. 1576 or 1567, 
by G. Dethiek. Harl. MSS. 144*1, fo. 85" and 88, 5847, fo. 40", and 1422, 
fo. 22". Confirmed 27 Oct. 1595, by W. Dethick, Gart. Copy of patent, 
Q's Coll. Oxf. MSS. 36, fo. 53, and 145, fo. 41", 45". 
CLL-TTERBrric, . . . ., CO. Glouc, confirmed 9 May 1622, by Camden. Stowe MSS. 

706, fo. 54", and 707, fo. 9, 27" ; Guil. 246. 
COACHE, Sir Thomas, of London, 2 June 1606, by W. Camden, Clar. Harl. MSS. 

1422, fo. Ill", and 6095, fo. 6 ; 2 JanJ 1606-7 in Guil. 203. 
CoACHMAKERS AND CoACH Harnessmakers, Company of, 17 July 1677, by Sir 
W" Dugdale and H. St. George, Norr. Harl. MS. (;8;>1, fo. 178 ; 
Grants III., fo. 58 ; Harl. MS. 6832, fo. 372. 
COBBETT, Major John, .... Jan. 1656-7, by Sir E. Bysshe, Gart. Harl. MSS. 

1441, fo. 150", and 1466, fo. 24. 
CoBLEGHE, John, of Burghtley, Devon, coat and crest. Barker's Grants ; Harl. 

MS. 5846, fo. 28" ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 28". 
Cocke, George, of Kingston, Surrey, .... 1639, by Borough. Harl. MS. 1105, 

fo. 55" ; Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 90". 
Cock, John, of Pryttelwell, Essex, and to Richard his brother, 1 June 1587, by 
W. Dethick. Harl. MSS. 1470, fo. 274, and 1507, fo. 385 ; Stowe MS. 
676, fo. 68 ; by G[ilbertJ D[ethick] 20 Feb., 6 E. VI., Harl. MS. 1359, 
fo. 44, an earlier grant by Cooke ; copy of grant, Brit. Mus., and Q's Coll. 
Oxf. MS. 37, fo. 96 ; Le Keve's MS. 385. 
„ John, of Little Sawbridge, Essex, crest 11 Nov. 1558, by Cooke, Clar. 
Stowe MS. 670, fo. 29, Lane. Herald, ob. 1590 ; Le Neve's MS. 380, as Coke. 
Cockayne, see Cokayxe. 
CocKBRYEN or CocKBURN, M'' Robert, Bishop of Dunkell, coat .... Barker's 

Grants ; Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 21" ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 29. 
Cocker, Christopher, of Croft, co. Line, s. of Thomas, s. of Ch'', s. of Hugh, of 
Streythill, Chesh., crest 20 May (10 Eliz.) 1568, by G. Dethick, Gart., 
Cooke, Clar., and Flower, Norr., and all other heralds. Harl. MS. 1052, fo. 14. 
Cokeram [Cockeram], Phili]), of Wigmore, co. Hereford, gent., 10 July, 
3 Ed. VI., 1549, by G. Dethick. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 76" ; Grants I., 

Cokerell, Edmond, of the Isle of Wight, coat (Barker's Grants). Add. MS. 

26,702, fo. 4". 
COCKERELL, Richard. Peter and Hugh, s. of Richard, of Grimston, Norfolk, by 

Segar. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 15. 



56 GBAKTIES or AKMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

Cocks, see also Cox. 

„ (different coat from John Cocks, gent.), of London, by G. Detliick. Hail. 

MS. 1422, fo. IC'. 'See also Cox. 
„ John, gent., granted 20 Feb., G Ed. VI., 1551-2, by G. Dethick. Harl. MS. 

1359, fo. 60'' ; copy of grant, Q's Col!. O.xf. MS. 39, fo. 41, and Grants I., 

264, as Cooke, which see for lilazon. 
„ John, Arms, Quarterly and crest, 1552, by Dethick, see Cooke. 
CoCKSHi-TT, John, M.A. anil Minister of God's word, now at Sarratt, Herts, 2nd s. 

of W'", 1st s. of Edniond, of Synionston, co. Lane, out of Cockshutt in 

Salop, confirmed by Segar, .... Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 28 ; Stowe MS. 

077, fo. 14''. 
CODD, W'", of Pelicans, par. of Wateringbury, Kent, s. and h. of W™, s. and h. of 

George, by Agnes, d. and co-h. of Turner, gent. (Quartering Turner), 

17 Feb. 1631-2, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 28'' ; Stowe MS. 677, 

fo. 21 ; Grants L, 408. 
„ W", of Pell leans, par. of Wateringbury, Kent, s. of George (and Agnes 

Turner), s. of Richard, s. of Piobert, s. of Robert, s. of 3 Robert, s. of W", 

s. of W'", of Pellicans, confirnied by W'" Le Neve, Clar., 11 June 1640. 

Grants L, 393 to 400, Her. Coll. 
CODDNAM, . . . ., wife of ... . Pawlett, buried at S' Bartholomew's, Smithfield. 

Stowe MS. 670, fo. 4\ etc. [trick of Arms]. 
CoDRiNGTON, John, of Codrington, co. Glouc, 1 July 1442, by R. Leigh, Clar. 

Add. MS. 6297, fo. 139 ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 24 of second part ; alteration 

23 May, 23 H. VI., 1445, to the same, certifying arms (differing from the 

above) as worne by him in the service of Henry V., " in battaile, watch 

and warde," 1 July 1441, 19 H. VI. MS. Ashm. 857, fo. 520-1, copy of 

confirmation, Bodleian Lib. ; in Grants II., 533, the dates are 5 July, 19 

H. VI., 1441, and 23 May, 23 H. VI., 1445. 
„ Richard, of Codrington, co. Glouc, descended from Thomas, 2nd s. of John 

Codrington of C, temp. H. VI., and from an heir general of Clifford, of 

Frampton upon Severn, by an heir general of Test of the same, confirmed, 

Quarterly of 6, circa 1604, by Camden. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 110, 6095, 

fo. '22. and 5887, fo. 89 ; Le Kfeve's MS. 313. 
CoFFYN, William, of Haddon, co. Derby, crest 24 Aug. 1522, by T. Wriothesley, 

Gart. Harl. MS. 1507, fo. lO** and S"* ; copy of grant in French, Q's Coll. 

0.\-f. MSS. 38, fo. 32, and 146, fo. 43. 
CoGAX, . . . ., gu., 3 laurel leaves erect arg., in the centre chief point a mullet of 

C points or, Q-uartering Hamersley, 13 Nov. 1632, by Segar. Add. MS. 

12,225, fo. 28". 
CoGRESHALL (John), Meltou, Suffolk, 1576, by Cooke, Clar. Harl. MS. 1085, 

fo. 15''. 
„, j> T.' 1 1 J T ern>., a cliev. betw. three cocks gu., 

COGHILL, Thomas of Knaresbrough, and I ^^ ^ g^_ ^ j^^^^. 

John, of London, his uncle, J g^^^^ jj^_ ^^^^ f^_ ^^^ - 

„ sons of John, late of London, 1 mcrch', lineally descended from Cog- 
Henry, of Aldenham, Herts, > hill, of Coghill Hall, Knaresborough, 
Thomas, of Bletchinu'ton, Oxon,J by St. George. Le Neve's MS. 500; 
Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 57 ; C. 29, 
107" [Visit.] Oxon. [1634] ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 46 ; Harl. MSS. 1105, 
fo. 5, and 1441, fo. 152". 

COKAYNE, William, the eldest, now citizen and skinner, of London, s. of Roger, of 
Badesley, etc., arms (Quarterly of 7) and crest exemplified 10 Oct. 1597, by 
W. Dethick, Gart. Copy Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 36, fo. 61 ; Misc. Gen. et Her., 
3 S., iii., 261. 

Coke, John, Master and Fellow Trin. Coll., Cambr., Sec. to Sir W" Morice, Sec. of 
State, 18 Feb. 1662-3, by W. Dugdale, Norr, Her. Coll.; Harl. MS. 
0179, fo. G7. >See also CoCK, 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF •|'IIE XVII. CliNTURY. 57 
COKESKY, John, of Eversham, Yovks, sic Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 76. 

COKEYNE, sec [COKAYXE and] GOOKEIXE. 

COKSOK, .luhn, of CO. Liuic, -;ift by the Earl of Wiirwick, 1562 (Harvey's Grants). 

Add. MS. 10,940, fo. 11 ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 101^ 
COEHARXE (\V"', York Herald, died 13 Sept. 1567), (? by Barker, very doubtful), 

aro- , a cliev. betw. 3 bug-le horns sa. stringed or, Crest, out of a Coronet or, 

a stag's head erased sa.,' attired or. Hai-i. MS. 5846, fo. 29'' ; [Harl. MS. 

1394"; fo. 29"]. 
Coi.BOiiuxE, W">, of Bruton, Soiu' by Segar. Add. MS. 12,22o, fo. 29 ; 

C. 22, fo. 378", Her. Coll.. and Guil. 316 ; [another coat, Harl. MS. 1394, 

fo. 29]. 
CoLBRA.ND, Thomas, esq., s. of Ralph, s. of Thomas, s. of John, who bearetli, az., 

three levels gold, which was given in respect of his even and just service 

done DO his prince and countrv- Quarterly, by Ro. Cooke, Ciar. 

Stowe MS. 070, fo. 4 ; Add. MSS. 12,474, fo. 53", and 14,297, 

fo. 4. 
, .James, of Chichester, Harl. MS. 1453, fo. 0, same coat and crest as above, 

by Sir G. Dethick, Gart. Add. MS. 26,753, fo. 118. 
CoLEBR.\NDB, .Jauies, of Chichester, Quarterly, by R. St. George. Harl. MS. 

1359, fo. 116" ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 62. 
Colchester, Riciiard, of Gray's Inn, gent., and cursitor of the Court of Chancery 

for fiondon, s. of Rich'', s. of Richard, of Honington, co. Warw., gent., 

crest 20 Dec. 1026, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 29" ; Harl. MS. 6140, 

fo. 76 ; Guil. 88. 
COLDEWEEL, John, l)'' of Med., arms. 18 Feb. 1578-'.), by Flower. MS. Ashm. 834, 

fo. 19", copy of griiiit. I'.MdIcia.i Lib. 
COEDHAM , of MidhuiM. Sii>srN, az., a muUet arg' charged witli a torteau.x 

bv Segar. Add. M.S. 1l'.225, fo. 2!'. 

Cole of Kent, crest , Barker's Grants. Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 29". 

., John, Malldon, Essex, Esq., 10 Aug. 1661, by G. Dethick. Harl. MSS. 

1441, fo. 70, 1359. fo. 23", and 1422, fo. SO : Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 51 ; 

Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 15. 
„ John, of Cxford, D.D. See AVilliam. 
„ Ralph, Mayor of Newcastle-upon-Tvne. Xorthumberlaud, by Segar. Add. 

MS. 12,225, fo. 29" ; Harl. MS. 614", fo. 86". 
„ Ralph, and his son. Sir Nicholas, Knt. and Bart., of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 

3 Dec. 1641, by Borough. Harl. MS. 1 105, fo. 57" ; Guil. 202. 
„ Richard, of Nailsea, Somerset, Justice of the Peace and Cap' of a troop of 

Horse in the sayd co. (descended from Cole, of Colchester, Harl. MS. 

1422), crest 1623, by R St. George. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 70 ; Harl. MS. 

1422, fo. 86. 
., Richard, of Shenlev Hall, Herts, High Sheriff. 27 Nov. 1640, by Borough. 

Harl. MSS. 1105, fo. 57", and 1009, fo. 110 ; Guil. 387 ; copy of grant, 

Harl. MS. 5857, fo. 133. 
„ Solomon, of Lvsle, Hants, Quartering Deering, or on escocheon of pretence, 

by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 30. 

, Thomas, s. of W"', s. of Tho% all of London, descend, out of Slade, Devon, 

confirmed by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 30. 
W'", of Oxford, e.<q., 20 Nov. 1589, bv Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 97", 

and 1422, fo. 86 ; Grants IL, 484 ;'.\dd. MS. 4966, fo. 87"; Harl. MS. 

1412 (Stowe MS. 070, fo. 36, as .lohn, D.D., Dean of Lincoln at 

Oxford). 
„ Sir William, .Sheriff of London and Middx., 1694-5, and a patent, by Mr H. 

St. George, 1694, a quiver. Harl. MS. 6197, fo. 86'> (?). 
Colepeper, Lord, supporters at Oxford, 1 March 1644-5, by Sir E. Walker, Gart. 

Her. Coll., fo. 11. 
Coles, Humphrey, of North Tawton, and now of Croke Burnell, co. Devon, coat 



58 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

and crest, Barker's Grants. Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 23 ; Stowe MS. 692, 

fo. 31'' ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 8. 
CoLiNG, Richard, Sec. to Lord Chamberlains, Edward, Earl of March, and to 

Henry, Earl of St. Albans, 10 Dec. 1671 or 1672, 23 Chas. II., by Walker. 

Add. MS. 14,293, fo. 70; Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 39 (Guil. 385), copy of 

grant. 
Collar, John, of London, gent., 2 June 1569, by G. Dethick. Harl. MS. 1441, 

fo. 102, and Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 52". 
CoLLARD, John, of Spaxton, Somerset, 24 Nov. 1666, by Sir E. Walker, Gart. 

Her. Coll., fo. 63. 
„ William, of Bramston, Essex (15 or) 16 June 1640, by Borough. Harl. MSS. 

1105, fo. 57, 1069, fo. 110, and 1441, fo. 58" ; Add. MS. 14,293, fo. 17^ 

124 ; copy of grant in Harl. MS. 5857, fo. 132 : Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 93'> ; 

Guil. 380. 
CoLLENS, John, of Barnes Hill (<ir Collenswell), Devon, by Cooke. Stowe 

MS. 670, fo. 32. 
COLLEX, John, of High Laver, Essex, , by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 97^ 

and 1422, fo. 85 ; Grants II., 614 ; Stowe MS. 670, fo. 36" ; Add. MSS. 

14,297, fo. 34", and 4966, fo. 89. 
CoLLENS, Jaue, d. and coh. of Nycholas, of Broxhed, Essex, wife of Edmond West 

of Darly Abbey, co. Derby, grant 6 Nov. 15(i0, by Harvey. Copy of grant, 

Harl. M.S. 1116, fo. 54, 69" ; Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 17"; Proc. Sue. Antiq., 

1897, fo. 349 (6«'). 
COLLETT, Anthony, of Westerfield, Suflf., and to Samuel, s. of Philologus, 2'"' bro. of 

Anthony and decS 14 Aug. 1664. Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 38 and 39" ; 

Crispe's Frag. Gen., i., 57 ; Bysshe's Grants, 32, by Bysshe, Clar. (as 

Collet). 
Collier, Francis, of Darlaston, Staff., descended from Robert, who came out of 

France into England temp. H. VI., confirmed 10 Oct. 1629, by Segar. 

Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 30" ; MS. Ashm. 858, fo. 95, copy of grant, Bodleian 

Lib. ; Grants II., fo. 686 (Guil. 53), Collier quartering 2, Dorington, 

and 3 [Hussey], erm., two bars gules; exemplified, Harl. MS. 6140, 

fo. 64". 
Collyei!, Richard, of Puddletrent-hyde, Dorset, gent., s. of John (s. of Henry), 

and other his brethren, confirmed 20 Oct. 1586, 28 Eliz., by W. Dethick. 

Stowe MS. 676, fo. 64, and copy of grant, Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 37, fo. 89. 
„ Robert, of Darlaston, Staff., gift 1559 (by Harvey). Add. MS. 16,940, 

fo. .34. 
CoLLiKGBORNE, William, of Wiltshire, gent., given by M^ Hawkeslow, King of the 

south marches of Entjland, 12 March, 13 Ed. IV., 1472-3. Add. MS. 

14,295, fo. 5 ; Harl. MSS. 1115, fo. , and 1359, fo. 12. 
Collin, Joshua, of London, cousin german of John, of Lincoln's Inn, certified or 

testified 21 Jan. 1639-40, by W. Le Neve, Clar. Grants II., 614 ; Misc. 

Gen. et Her., 3rd S., vol. v., 121. 
COLTHVRST, Edmund, of Hinton, Somt., 24 Sept. 1573, by Cooke, Clar. Harl. MS. 

1441, fo. 151 ; Caius Coll. Camb. MS. 551, fo. 30" (among Camden's 

gifts) ; Harl MS. 1385, fo. 42. 
„ Mathew, "haberdasher of hattes," London. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 151. 
Collins, Henrv, of Budes or Budby, Kent, 10 May 1570, by G. Dethick. Harl. 

M.S. 1441, fo. 102" ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 53". 
„ John, of Betterton, Berks, 6 May 1672, by Sir E. Bysshe. Harl. 1\IS. 1105, 

fo. 42. 
„ Joshua, see Collin. 
„ Richard, of Upton, co. Herefird (one of the officers (ushers) of H.M.'s 

Chamber), s. of Henry, of King's Stanford in said co., descended from 

(Collins of Shropshire, confirmed Oct. 1 612, by Camden. Harl, MSS. 1422, 

fo. 37", and 6095, fo. 24 ; Guil, 266, Robert. 



GRANTEES OP ARMS TO TllE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 59 

Collins, Thomas (OoUyns), prior of Tywardreth, Cornwall, 16 March 1522-.3, by 

Writlie, Gart., und Benolte, Clar. Add. MS. 14,315, fo. 45. 
„ Thomas, of Brighcliug, Sussex, te.stified by Secjar. Add. MS. 12,-225, 

fo. 30" ; C. 27, fo. 130, Sussex [1633], Iler. Coll. ; Harl. MS. 5887, 

fo. 114" ; Gail. 229 ; Harl. MS. 1562, fo. 109. 
„ W», of Rotterdam, Holland, . . . ., Burke's Armory. 
Colston, John, of Loudon, s. of Henry, s. of .John, and of Line, by Nich. Charles, 

Lane Herald, 1603—17. Add. MS. 4966, fo. 45". 
CoLTE, , of Suffolk, Quarterly, ..... by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 92" ; 

Add. MS. 4966, fo. 37". 
COLVILE (Sir Thomas), Isle of Ely, , by Cooke. Stowe MS. 670, to. 47 ; 

Quarterly, Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 52. 
^ _,, , "1 sons of Arnold, of the cityofGlouc, 20 Jan. 1670-1. 

CoLWALL^ Thomas, and I ^^^^ jjg_ ^^^5 f^^ 22 ; Bysshe's Grants, fo. 26, 

Daniel, of London, j gg^. q^jj 
CoLYARE (see Collier), Robert, of Darlaston, Staff., gift 1559 (Harvey's 

Grants). Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 34. 
Combe, John, of Stratford-upon-Avon (father of the usurer, the friend of 

Shakespeare), 4 Nov. 1584, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 117"; Add. 

MSS. 12,474, fo. 55, 4966, fo. 20 ; Harl. MS. 1563, fo. 124 ; Stowe MS. 

670. 
Comb, John, of London, July 1603, by Camden. Morgan's Sphere, 117. 
COMPTON, John, of London, geut., 14 Oct., 8 H. VIIL, 1516, by AVriothesley, 

Gart., and Benolte, Clar. Copy of grant, MS. Rawl. B. 102, fo. 110", 

Bodleian Lib. 
„ William, of Compton Wyniates ais Comptou in the Hole, co. Warwick, s. of 

Edmund, s. of Robert, s. of William, augmentation (by letters patent of 

Nov.), exemplified 14 Dec, 4 Hy. VIIL, 1512, and crest by Wriothesley, 

by warrant under the King's sign manual 7 Nov., 14 H. VIIL Harl. MS. 

6073, fo. 2, for copy of grant, Brit. Mus. ; Add. MSS. 14,294, fo. 55", and 

29,785, fo. 13. 
COMPAIGNE, Bartholomew, 14 Aug. 1562 temp. Eliz., by G. Dethick. Harl. MS. 

1359, fo. 70" ; copy of grant, Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 123 ; Grants I., 93. 
Comport, Christopher, of Eltham, gent., 1 Dec. 1663, by Walker. Harl. MS. 1172, 

fo. 44, 65, copy of grant; Add. MSS. 14,293, fo. 45, and 14,294, fo. 16 ; 

Her. and Geneal. i.,'83 ; Guil. 361. 
CONDE, John, Newark, Notts, Clerk of the peace (for the County), 13 July 1663, by 

W. Dugdale, Norr., Her. Coll. Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 71". 
Condon, Tho', of Wellerbv, Yorks, and heir to the lord Morville, crest 22 June 

1627, by Borough.' Havl. MS. 1422, fo. 14" ; Guil. 227. 
CoxNOCK, John, Liscard, gent., 27 March 1577, by Ro. Cooke, Clar. Grants II., 

514. 
CoxRADUS, Wm., of London, s. of Fred'', uf Lubeck in (n-ruiaiiy, 10 April, 15 Jac, 

1617, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 27". 
CoxsTABLE, Henry, s. and li. of Sir Rob', Knt., s. of Sir Robert by Cath. Manners, 

etc.. Quarterly, confirmed . . . ., by Segar and Camden. Add. MS. 12,225, 

fo. 31. 
Cox«TANTiNE, Richard, of London, s. of Philip of Gloucester (Chester in Add. MS.), 

2"'' s. of W'" of Whitchurch, Salop, gent., confirmation of arms 12 July 

1575 (22 July in Add. MS.), 17 Q. Eliz., by Cooke, llarl. MSS. 1359, lb. 

20, and 1422, fo. 51 ; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 49. 
CoNTARANUs, Sir Alovsius, liege Ambass' from Venice, augmeutation 20 July 1629 

at Westminster, with remainder to his brother Jasper. MS. Ashin. 85H, 

fo. 84 — 86, copy of letters patent, Bodleian Lib. 
CONTREY (see Cuxtrey), Thomas, s. of Thomas of Reculver, Kent, 14 Aug. 1612, 

by Segar. Gart. Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 25". 
Cony, Henry, of Yaxley, Hunts, s. of W™ and Katherine, dan. of Rob' Throckmorton 



60 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

of Brampton in same co., 1 April 1009, by Camden. Harl. MSS. 1422, 

fo. 21, and 009.5, to. 11" ; Guil. 199. 
CooNNY or Cony, Riclianl, of Moreton, co. Line, coat and crest (Barker's Grants). 

Harl. MSS. 5846, fo. 30, and (;i79, fo. 12^ 
Coney, Sir Thomas, of IJassingthorp, Knt., and John of Whissendine, Rutland, 

2 June 1612, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 31 ; Guil. 358 ; Harl. MS. 

6140, fo. 80, crest 12 June 1614 : a talbot couped gules. 
Cony, William, of Walpole, Norfolk, 11 Feb. 1634-5, by R. S^ George, Clar. Harl. 

MS. 1105, fo. 8\ 
CONYAEES, . . . ., of Bagdell Hall, Yorks, and Conyers of the Temple ? by Cooke .... 

Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 114" ; Add. MS. 4964 [? 6], fo. 100. 
Conyers, Sir George, Knt., crest granted 18 May, 2 Edw. VI., 1548, by G. Dethick. 

Harl. MS. 1507, fo. 450. copv of grant, Brit. Mus. ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 3 ; 

Grants I., 320 ; Stowe MS. "670, fo. 17" ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MSS. 39, fo. 22, 

and 39, fo. 17 ; Le Neve's MS. 450. 
CooDE, Edward, Posthumous, M.A. and fellow Braseuose Coll., Oxf., s. of John, of 

Collington, co. Hereford, etc., 24 July 1660, by Walker. Add. MS. 14,294, 

fo. 28", crest, a demi-heron volant arg., beaked or, etc. ; Barker's Grants ; 

Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 27 ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 30", " burnt and never 

delivered." 
Cooke, Bryan, of Doncaster, confirmed 27 Aug. 1635, by H. St. George, Norr. 

Harl. MS. 1470, fo. 198, 252 ; Guil. 172 ; Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 9 ; The 

Seize Quarters of family of Bryan Cooke, 1857, p. 109. 
„ Edmond, of Lozeues in Kent, s. and h. of Henry of Broadwater, Susses, and 

to the posteritv of them both, 6 Sept. 1574, 16 Q. Eliz., by Cooke. Harl. 

MS. 13.59, fo. 123. 
„ Edward, Mildham, Suff , by Cooke. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 31, Quarterly 

of 4 and two crests ; there is also an achievement Quarterly of 6 to his son 

John on the next page (fo. ol"). 
„ (Sir George, 1^' Bart.), Wheatlev, Yorks, Bart., 27 Jan. 1679-1680 (?), by 

W. Dugdale. Grants III., fo.'lOO. 
Cook, John, Exeter, Devon, 19 Nov. 1677, by Dugdale, Gart., and H. St. George, 

Norr. Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 178 ; Grants III., fo. 67. 
Cooke, John, s. of Geo., of Giggleswick, Yorks, 6 June 1653, by Ryley, Clar. (?), 

confirmed 1662. Bysshe's Grants, fo. 12, Her. Coll.; Harl. MS. 1105, 

fo. ] 9 ; copy of grant, Proc. Soc. Antiq., 2Qd S., xvi., fo. 354 ; Harl. MS. 

1105, fo. 19. 
„ John, of Fulwell Hatch, Essex, Esquire, of the body to Hen. VIII., by 

T. Wriothesley, Gart., and Beiiolte, Clar. MS. Ashm. 858, fo. 23", transcribed 

from an Svo'MS. of Sir Ily. St. George, now (25 Feb. 1661-2) in the 

Custody of Sylvanus Morgan, fo. 208 ? D. 4, Her. Coll. Harl. MS. 1541, 

fo. 4 ; crest in Harl. MS. 1432, fo. 6. 
„ John, gent., 20 Feb., 6 Ed. VI., 1551-2, by G. Dethick, Gart. Grants I., 

264, see Cock's Quarterly : 1 and 4, gn., fretty ar., on a fesse sa. three 

coaks [cocks] of the 2'' ; 2 and 3, sa., on a chevron engrailed arg. three 

ermines of the field between three pheons or, all within a border or. Crest, 

a demi-lion couped gu., langued and armed az., holding a gilly 

flower gn., stalked and leaved vert, around his neck a collar with a 

chain argt. 
CoKK. John, of Upper Sommer, Hants, coat and crest. Barker's Grants ; Cock in 

Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 61 ; Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 22" ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 31, 

as Cooke. 
Cooke, John, of Little Staybridje, Essex, 11 Nov. 1585, by Cooke, Clar. Harl. 

MSS. 1359, fo. 102", andl422, fo. 83" ; (as Cock in Stowe MS. 670,fo.29, 

and AM. MS. 14,297, fo. 27, but without the label of three). 
„ John, of Shafton, now of Westminster, confirmed by R. St. George (entered 

9 Marcli 1685-6, by H. St. George). Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 71. 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THK XVir. CENTURY. 61 

Cooke, John, 1663, see Coke. 

Cook, John, of tlie Inner Temple. 27 Jan. 167'.)-80, l)y Sir W. Diiirilulc and 
H. St. George, Norr. Add. MS. 14,831, lo. 17, and Grants III., 
fo. 102; Misc. Gen. et Her., 2nd S., vol. iv., p. 136; Harl. MS. 6179, 
fo. 60. 
Cooke, Nycholas, of Lynstead, Snff., gift 1561. Harvey's Grants; Add. MS. 
16,940, fo. n*; (confirmed 15 July 1560, by Cooke, in Eastern Counties 
Collectanea, i., 43, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. ; there is au error here as 
Cooke was not at this date even a member of the College) Eastern Counties 
Collectanea, i., 43. 

., Sir Philip, of Essex, H. VI Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 30". 

„ Ralphe, of Bristow, Surrey, D.D. and rector there, 12 Ang. 1662. Harl. iMS. 
1 105, fo. 19, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. ; Harl. MS. 1470, fo. 104 ; Bysshe's 
Grants, fo. 14, Her. Coll. ; Barstow in Gull. 386. 
„ Sir Rich", princ. SecJ of State for Ireland and Clianc. of the Excheq. there 
(i<. and h. of Wm. of G» Linford, Bucks, out of Liucohish.), confirmed 
20 Julv 1612, by Camden. Guil. 289. (See Robert ?) 
„ Marmadiike, Preb. of York,] sons of Robert, of Campsal, s. of Hugh, of 
William, LL.D., chancellor > Campsal, by Alice, daughter of John 
to Bishop of Ely, J Middletun of Norton, Yorks, 26 Sept. 

1683, by Sir AV. Dugdale, Gart., and 
St. Geo.. Norr. Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 78 ; Grants III., fo. 198. 
„ Richaid, Brooinhall, Sutt'., a person well descended and allied, and a loyal 

subject, 26 July 1662, by Sir E. Walker, Gart. Her. Coll., fo. 48. 
„ RolK'i-t, of Blildhani, Norfolk, gent., granted 9 or 10 June 1556, 2 and 3 Ph. 
and Mary, by Hawley. Harl. MSS. 1470, fo. 254, and 1507, fo. 407 ; 
copies of grant, Brit. Mus.; Guil. 190; lo'i' June in Add. MS. 16,940, 
fo. 208 ; copy of graut, Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 63 ; Le Neve's MS. 407 ; 
10 Julv in Add. MS. 7098, fo. 79 (fo. 126). 
„ Robert, Clar. King of Arms, graut 4 March 1597-8, by Flower. MS. 
Ashm. 834, i., fo. 17; copy of grant, Bodleian Lib.; Harl. MS. 6140, 
fo. 33. 
„ Robert, of Langliam, Suffolk, I May 1612, by Camden. Morgan's Sphere, 
117. Harl. "MSS. 1441, fo. 151, and 1172, fo. 8, copy of grant, 
Brit. Mus. 
„ Thomas, Redmarley Oliver, co. Wore, 4th s. of Thomas, 2nd s. of John, of 
Norfolk, by Cooke, confirmed or testified by Segar. Add. MS. 14,295, 
fo. 82". 
Cook, Thomas, Haberdasher, of London, arg., a lion passant on bend betw. 2 
cotises gn., on a chief az. two stars or, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, 
lb. 31" ; Vine. MS. 154, Her. Coll., and Guil. 171. 
„ W"-. of Midd.x., 15 Nov. 1550, by Hawley (?). Add. MS. 16,940. fo. 204. 
Coke, W'", Milton, Kent, 15 or 25 Aug. 1551, by Hawley. Add. MSS. 16,940, 

fo. 204", and 14,295, fo. 93. 
Cooke, W"', of Cotton, Suff., gift 1561 (Harvey's Grants). Add. MS. 10,94it, 
fo. 43. 
„ W", London, 1587, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 83"; Add. MS. 4966, 
fo. 56". 
COOKES, Sir Tho% Bart. (2°'' and last), Nor-T 4 Dec. 1683, by Sir W™ Dugdale and 
grove, CO. Wore, s. of } St. Geo., Clar. Harl. MS. 6834, 

Sir W" (!•'), High Slip, Wore, J fo. 78 ; Grants III., fo. 216. 
Cookeine, see Gookeine. 
CooLiNGE, see Colinge. 
CoOPE, ..... crest . . . ., Barker's Grants. Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 28 ; Stowe MS. 

692, fo. 30". 
Cooper, Christopher, an assist.-gov'' city of Raleigh, Va., by W. Dethick, Gart. 
Copy of grant, Q's Coll. O.vf. MS. 36, fo. 170. 



62 GRANTEES OP ARMS TO THE EKD OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

Cooper, Hector, Risegaith, in Walkinton, YorkB, 1 (or 24) Sept. 1612, by R. 
St. Geor<;e, Clar. Stowe MS. 706, fo. 1.5 ; Harl. MS. 6197, fo. 12. 
„ James, Hackeswortlj, Notts, brother to Barbara, bv Cooke, Clar. Stowe MS. 

670, lo. 38". 
„ Richard, s. of Richard, of Waltbamstow, Essex, by R. St. George. Add. MS. 

14,295, fo. 65 ; I. 23, fo. 34. 
„ f Robert, s. and h. of Robert Seneschall or Steward of co. pal. of Durham. 
\ George, -2"^ s. by P' wife. 

John, and 1 ,9 June, 7 Jac, 1609, by R. St. George. 

Christopher, and 1 Cowper in Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 29" ; see 

Meryall, wife of Thomas^ Le Neve's MS. 498; Harl. MS. 1105, 

Bulmer of Wilton, gent., I fo. 59 ; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 78, 59 ; 

bv 2»<' wife. J Harl. MS. 6940, fo. 34". 

„ Thomas, Bp. of Lincoln, 6 May 1572, by G. Dethick. Harl. MS. 1441, 

fo. 78", and Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 29. 
„ Thomas, of Dowbiggin, Yorks, arms and crest granted by Segar. Add. MS. 

12,225, fo. 31" ; M. 2, fo. 2", Her. Coll. ; and Guil. 375. 
„ Thomas, St. James Garlickhithe, London, 24 Nov. 1693, by T. St. George, 
Gart. and Clar. Grants IV., 150. 
Coopers' Company, 27 Sept. 1509, by T. Wriotliesley, Gart. Coopers Co., 
London, by James F. Frith, 1848, p. 34. Her.andGeneal., i., 121 ; Add. 
MS. 26,702, fo. 75. 
Copley, Thomas, of Gatara (Gatton ?), Surrey, alteration of crest 16 Feb. 1568-9, 
by G. Detbick, Cooke and Flower. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 70; MS. Ashm. 
844, fo. 2, copy of grant ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 146 (145, fo. 15) ; Sir 
Roger, Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 51. 
CoPPEN, Sir George, Clarke of the Crowne, Oct. 1608, by Camden. Harl. MSS. 
1422, fo. 20", and 6095, fo. 10. 
„ Tiiomas, of London, .... 1640, by Borough. Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 1" and 
57 ; Guil. 386. 
CoPPUMi, Andrew, als Ogwell, of Ogwell Hall, co. Lane, s. of Lawrence, 19 Feb. 
1569-70, by G. Dethick. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 82 ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, 
fo. 36. 
Corbet, Sarah, Viscount=% supporters 1 June 1680, by Dugdale, Gart. Harl. MS. 
6834, fo. 178 ; Grants IIL, fo. 132. 
„ John, Brodishe, Norfolk, confirmed bv Harvey, Clar. Banuerman's MS. 
No. 9, 454. 
Corby, Robert de, granted 6 Jan. 1348-9, 22 Ed. IIL, by Robt. de Morle, Marshal 

of Ireland. Guil. Intro., p. 8 ; Camden's Remains, 219, P' Ed. 
CouDALL, Tlioraas, of London, Mercer, confirmed June k; 12, by Camden. Harl. 
MSS. 1422, fo. 37", and 6095, fo. 37". 
„ William, of Middlesex, see Cardall, Baiker's Grants. Stowe MS. 692. 

fo. 29". 
„ AV™, master cooke to Q. FAh., .... 1692, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, 
fo. 94". 
CORUELL, John, of Long Melford, Siiif., by T. Hawley,") 
Clar., 20 Feb., 2 Ed. VI., 1547-8. Harl. MS. 
6140, fo. 60 ; copy, Brit. Mus., no date, h'^ 
[buried ?] 7 Jan. 1563. 
„ William, of Long Melford, 10 or 20 Oct. 1549, 
3 Edw. VI., by Hawley ; also signed by Cooke. 
Hawley died 21 Aug. 1557. Master of the 
Rolls, bur'i 19 June 1581. 
„ Emma, wife of John, 1554, dan. of Hy. Webbe of Kimbolton. 
CORDWAINERS' COMPANY, 25 Juue 1579, by Cooke. Misc. Gen. et Her., i., 242, 

copy of grant, Brit. Mus. 
COREN (Corey ?), Richard, D.D., Archdeacon of Oxford and of Colchester, 



Copies of grants, Visit. 
Suff., 1561, Howard, 
' i., 246; copy of grant, 
Brit. Mus. 



GRANTEES OF AKMS TO THE ENT) OF TUB XVII. CENTUHY. 63 

Barker's Grants, coat and ? crest, " the sun sliininp; or." Harl. MS. ,^846, 

fo. 30 ; Add. MS. 20,702, fo. 10". 
Cornwall , of Dorset, Dec. lliOs, by Caindeu. Harl. MSS. 1422, 

fo. 20^ and 6095, fo. 10 ; Guil. 3G7. 
Corpus Christi Coll., Camb.. 23 Dec. 1570, by Cooke, Clar. Cat. Ifei-. Exhib. 

Soc. Antiq., 66. 
CoRRAXCE, see Urren. 
CoRREY, Christopher, s. and h. of I'homas, of Northumberland, grant 23 Nov. 1579, 

by G. Dethick. Stowe MS. 67(i, fo. 53, copy of grant, and Q's Coll. Oxf. 

MS. 37, fo. 72, in Latin ; Grants I., 297. 
Corson, Sir Robert de, Baron Holy Roman Empire, 30 Aug. 1500, letters testimonial 

by Maximilian, Emperor." MS. Ashm. 834, fo. 72, copy of letters patent, 

Bodleian Lib. ; Harl. MS. 4900, fo. 27'>. 
Cory, John, of London, gent., sonne of Robert of Tibenham, Norfolk, s. of Thomas, 

of Norwich, 1st s. of W" of Bramerton in said Co., confirmed Feb. 1612, 

by Camden. Grants 11., 667; Harl. MS. 6095, fo. 26; (iiiil. 269; 

erroneously called Cary in Morgan's Sphere, p. 113. 
„ Tho', bencher of the Inner Temple, prothonotary of the court of Com. pleas 

(18 March) 1639, by Borough. Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 57 ; Guil. 269 ; Stowe 

MS. 670, to. 10. 
COSEN, Gerard, of Hernunghall or Hernninghall, Norfolk, . . . ., by Cooke. Hail. 

MSS. 1359, fo. 88, and 5887, fo. 18 ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 52. 
„ Robert, of Dorset, 15 April 1454 ? by Leigh. Harl. MS. 1116, fo. 38''. 
CossEN, . . . ., Raveningham, Norfolk, .... 1585. Burke's Armory. 
CoswoRTH, John, of Cosworth, Cornwall, 2nd s. of Robert, 10 Dec. 1547, by Tho'* 

Hawley. Add. MSS. 16,940, fo. 202, and 7098, fo. 78 (fo. 59) ; Harl. MS. 

5887, fo. 52, of London, mercer. 
COSYN, Edward, of Charley Hall, co. Leic, s. and h. of Edward, clerk of the 

Carriages to K. Jas., 7 June 1664. Bysslie's Grants, fo. 21, Her. Coll., 

Vgranted (13 March 1651 in Edmondson) and confirmed ; Harl. MS. 110.5, 

fo. 21, 7 June 1664. 
„ John, Alderm. and J.P. of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, grant 12 May 1647, by 

Ryley. Harl. MS. 1470, fo. 41 ; Guil. 408. 
COTELL or CoTEEL. Sir Thomas, descended from an ancient family of Cotels, Devon, 

confirmed by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 34". See also Cottkll. Harl. 

MSS. 6140, fo. 63, and 5887, fo. 112'^, gu., semee de burrs argt. 
Cotes, Ch', of Hanslope, Bucks, 17 June 1575, by ? Cooke or G. Dethick. Harl. 

MS. 1422, fo. 123^ 
„ John, alderm., coat and crest, by Barker. Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 21 ; Stowe MS. 

692, fo. 30, as Cootes. 
COTESFORD, John, of Launton, Oxfordshire, descended from Sir Roger and Catherine 

his wife, dan. and cob. of Sir W™ Shenshall or Shershall of Burton Slier-shall, 

Knt., who flourished temp. Ed. III., Quarterly, exemplified and confirmed 

and crest granted Feb. 1611-12, by Camden. Harl. MSS. 6095, fo. 18, 

and 1422, fo. 109 ; Guil. 71, as Cokesford. 
Cottell [Cottle], Tho', of North Tawton, Devon, confirmed 8 Nov. 1580, 

by Cooke. Guil. 34 ; see Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 112^ 
„ Sir Thomas, by Segar. See above, Cotell. 
CoTTiNfiTON, Sir Francis, .... Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 7'', by R. St. George, Clar.; 

Harl. MS. 1105, fo.7^ 
CouLFE, Doctor, of Canterbury, confirmed or assigned 30 June 1615, by Camden. 

Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 40, and 6095, fo. 38"; Morgan's Sphere, p. 115; 

Guil. 147, and D. 14, fo. 128", Her. Coll. 
CoURTHOPE, John, of Wvleigh, Sussex, 2nd s. of George, b. of John, certified 

16 Feb. 1634-5, by Philpot, Somerset, etc. Harl. MS. 0179, fo. 67. 
CovELL, Capt. Tho% of London, 10 Oct. 1629, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 32 ; 

C, 24 [Visit. Lend., 1634], fo. 117% and Guil. 273, 



64 GEANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTrRY. 

Coventry, Richard, s. of Richard of Jlollington, Cheshire, 24 Nov. 1603, 1 K. Jas., 

bv Segar. Harl. MS. 13.59, fo. 82" ; Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 32 ; William 

in Harl. MS. U22, fo. 52. 
„ Richard, of Grange 14 Nov. 1003, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 32 ; 

called Willm. in Harl. MS. C179, fo. 15 ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 67". 
„ Tliomas, of Cronie D'Abitott, co. Wore, Esq., bencher of the Inner Temple, 

London, crest 10 Oct. 1G02, by Camden. 10 Oct. in Harl. MS. 1422, 

fo. 37" : Add. MS. 14,295. fo. 12o" : Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 38", and 6095. 

fo. 22". 
„ Sir Thomas, Baron Coventry, of Ailsboroiigh, confirmed arms and crest and 

grant of supporters . . . ., by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 28. 
CoAVLEY, Robert, s. of Walter, s. of John, gent., of Salop, grant 18 Aug. 1597, by 

Dethick, Gart. Copy of grant, Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 86. fo. 64. 
„ Thomas, of Amsterdam, Feb. 1606, by Camden. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 19", 

and 6095, fo. 6". 
„ Walter, London, Iremonger, "1 descendants of John, of Staffordsh., Esq., 
„ Edward, Apesley, co. Staff., / crest 8 Sept., 42 Eliz., 1600, by W. Dethick 
and Camden. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 20; 

Harl. MSS. 6095, fo. 22", and 1359, fo. 30. 
CowpER, . . . ., Overleigh, Cheshire, 27 Sept. 1642. Berry and Burke's Armory ; 

Ormerod Hist, of Cheshire, i., 375. 
„ Georu:e, of Runcton Holmes, Norfolk, bv Harvey ? Clar. Le Neve MS. 352 ; 

Add. MS. 4966, fo. -28''. 
„ John, of Stanton Drew, Somerset, s. of Rich*, of VVinchcomb, Somerset, one 

of the Great pensioners attendant ordinary her most Royal person, granted 

10 Dec. 1590, 33 Eliz.. by W. Dethick (confirmed 23 April 1593). Stowe 

MS. 676, fo. 81, 90, 104 ; copy of grant, Q's Coll. Oxf. MSS. 36, fo. 2G, 

and 27, fo. 120 ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 53". 
„ John, Moning, Essex, by Sir G. Dethick, Gart. Add. MS. 26,753, fo. 122". 
„ John, of London, by Cooke, Clar. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 52". 
„ John, of Ditchani, Sussex, s. of John, of D. (by Jane, dau. of ... . Unwynne, 

younger son, of Hortou ais Morton, Wilts), s. of John by a dau. of 

Lewkenor, Kent, 9 Feb. 1614-15, by Camden. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 39", 

and 6095, fo. 32. (Sotherton in margin.) 
„ Mary, wife of W™ Sraitli of London, .... by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, 

fo. 117"; Stowe MS. 702, fo. 15. 
„ Thomas, an ancient alderman of the city of Chester, 6 Nov. 1664, by Wm. 

Dugdale, Norr. Her. Coll. 
„ Wm., ais Tluirgarton, of Loudon and Notts, 1 Jan. 1549-50, bv ? Hawlev. 

Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 201". 
„ Wm., of Wye, Kent 1633, by R. St. George, Clar. Harl. MS. 5887, 

fo. 114". 
Cox, Daniell, of Westminster, and D'' Daniell Coxe of Aldcrsgate St., London, 

1648, by Squibb, Clar. Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 61". 
„ Edward (vel Cokk), of London, gent., grant 21 or 26 Jan., 3 Q. Eliz., 

1560-1, by 6. Dethick. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 35; 21 Jan., 1 Eliz., 

1558-9, in Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 61 (Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 42, adds citizen 

and clothworker ; Inquis. post mortem 26 July 1620, 18 Jac, W" Cox, 

his son and heir) ; copy of grant, Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 120 ; 

25"' January in Grants L, 246. 
„ Thomas, see Hayward. 
Coxe, Thomas, of London, D'' in phys. and phys. in ord. to Chas. IL, 20 Dec. 1665. 

Bysshe's Grants, fo. 23, Her. Coll. Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 21. 
Coys, William (?of Bucks), s. of Roger, of London, testified by Ro. Cooke. 

Grants L, 389". 
Cracherode, Will., of Toppesfield, Essex, 15 July 1572, by Cooke, Clar. Harl, 

MS. 1137, fo. 42.- 



GRANTEKS OF ARMS TO THE END OF TUE XVII. CENTURY. 65 

Ckacroft, , by Cooke, Clar. Stowe MS. G70, fu. 38" ; Harl. MS. G179, 

fo. 5(!. 
Craggs, .Tames, of city of Westminster (1 s. of Anthony, of Fawleyes and Wysol, 

ats Wiserly, co. pal. Diirliam), one of the Secretaries, 18 Feb. 1090-1, by 
T. St. George, Gait., and II. [St.Georse], Clar. Stowe MSS. 714, fo. l:ii", 

and 710, fo\ 51" ; Add. MS. M,S31, fo. <J ; Grants IV., fo. 71. 
CitAXK, .Tohii, riiirke of the Kitchen to K. .James, s. of .lolm, s. of W", of London, 

l•^.|^ Ciiu(irmed 1000, l)y (^amden. Harl. MS. GUllJ, fo. 21'' ; Gnil. I'si) ; 

llail. .MS. r>.s,S7, fo. 47". 
„ Sir iM-ancis, of Mortlake, Surrey, 1 March 1624, by R. St. George, Clar. 

Harl. :MS. 1105, fo. 0, 7, 11. 
CiiA.VFiEi.D, Edward, gent, usher, grandson of Lord Morley and Monteagle (s. of 

Edward), 25 March 1075, by Walker, Bysshe and Dugdale. Harl. MS. 

0834, fo. 178 ; Grants III., fo. 11. 
J. . ,"1 of London, confirmed 27 March 1013, by Camden. Add. MS. 
" ,V,I°"^' '"^"^ \ 14,295, fo. 04 ; Camden's Grants, 28, and certificate booke 

ihomas, j ^jj^^ marked), 52, Her. Coll. 
„ Randall, and to Sir Lionel, Knt., 2'»i bro. to Randall, Aug. 1613, by Camden. 

Harl. MS. 6095, fo. 27" ; alteration of arms granted 27 Marcli 1013, 

change of crest 20 Oct., 19 Jac, 1621, by Segar ; Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 34 ; 

Harl. MS. 0140, fo. 31 ; Lionel is Baron Cranfield and Lord High Treas. 

in Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 34. 

Craxmer, Thos., Arclibp. of Canterbury, Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 75". 

Cratford, . . . ., of Chelraarsh, co. AVorc, 1013, by R. St. George, Clar. Stowe 

MS. 703, fo. 73. 
Craven, William, Alderm. and Sheriff of London, who came in Sheriff Smith's 

place, being lately put out of said office in Feb. 1600-1, gift 4 Feb. 1000-1, 

by W. De'thick and Camden. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 116" ; Harl. MS. 

1359, fo. 37 ; 1601 in Stowe MS. 676, fo. 135 ; copy of grant, Q's Coll. 

Oxf. MS. 36, fo. 90. 
„ Hon. William, Baron of Hampsted, grant of arms as an additional bearing to 

his other coat, which is granted in the i""" place and supporters, by Segar. 

Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 32". 
Crawley, of Dorset, Arg., a chev. gu. between 3 pears az., by Segar. 

Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 32" ; Harl. MS. 0140, fo. 82. 
„ . . . ., of Luton, Beds, or, on a fesse az. between 3 storks ppr., as many cross 

crosslets of the first, Quarterly, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 33 ; 

Harl. 3IS. 1531, fo. 166 ; different in Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 66". 
„ see Shrawley, Keneira, London, 1588, by Cooke. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 23 ; 

Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 113. 
Creaoh, Sir W™, Knt., Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, 3 March 1684-5, 

by Sir Wra. Dugdale and Norroy. ' Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 178 ; Grants III., 

fo. 257 ; Laiisd. MS. 807, fo. 52. 
Creed, William, D.D., prof, of Div^, Oxford, Canon of Ch. Ch., Archdeacon of 

Wilts, and Canon resid. of Sarum, 4 .June 1063, by Walker. Add. MSS. 

14,293, fu. 44, and 14,294, fo. 17" ; Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 55 ; Guil. 

Cremoeeu, .'..., by Sir C. Barker, Gart. Add. MS. 20,702, fo. 50". 

Cressey, Henrv, o"f Owlcotes, Notts, crest confirmed 21 June 1580, by Flower. 

MS. Ashra. 834, fo. 23", copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Guil. 177 ; Stowe 

MS. 070, fo. 218". 
Creswell, Robert, of Purstou (or Purslow), Northamptonsh. [? Preston, 

Northumb"], gent., crest 20 Feb., .34 Q. Eliz., 1590, by W. Dethick. 

Stowe MS. 670, fo. 84 and 93 ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 19" ; copy of grant, 

Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 30, fo. 3 ; called Richard, s. of .John, in Harl. xMSS. 

1441, fo. 103", and 5847, fo. 54, and Add, MS. 12,454, fo. 54 ; Stowe MS. 

703, fo. 58". 

K 



66 GKANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

Crewe, Thomas, of Kent, confirmed .... 1555-6 (HaiTev's Grants). Add. MS. 

16,940, fo. 25". 
Criche, ..... of Oxfordshire, and of London (ascribed to Edmond, of London, 

Add. MS. 4966, fo. 75), draper, master of Mercht. tajlors 1624 ; 1619, by 

Segar, erm., ou a pale sa., 3 crosses pattee fitchee or, a mullet for diff. 

Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 34 ; Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 8. 
Cridland, John, Serfjeant Major, of Spaxton, Somerset, and to nephews Francis, 

Henry, 1 June 1677, by Sir E. Walker, Gart. Her. Coll., fo. 64. 
Criketot, William, granted at ilengast, in the feast of Corpus Xti 1410, 11 H. IV., 

by Thos. de Clervowe, Chevallier. Guillim Introduction, p. 8, and Camden's 

Eemaius, 222 ; 9 Hen. V., 1421, in Harl. MS. 1178, fo. 45, 45'\ 
Crimes, Thomas, citizen and haberdasher of London, 8 June 1575, by Cooke. 

Harl. MS. 1430, fo. 91''. See also Grymes, with 4 quarterings named. 

Harl. MS. 1046, fo. 59*" ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 96". 
Cripps, John, of Homestall, par. of East Grinstead, Surrey, 25 July 1662, 

14 Chas. II. Bvsshe's Grants and Her. Coll. : Guil. 349 ; Harl. MS. 1 105, 

fo. 16" ; Add. MS. 14,293, fo. 13". 
Crispe, Joan, dau. of Richard of Northampton, and wife to Richard (Rob') Trajis, 

Esq. and goldsmith of London, granted by Harvey 20 Nov. 1560, 

3 Q. Eliz. Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 35" ; Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 2", and 1507, 

fo. 446, copy of grant, Brit. Mus., and Q's Coll. Oxf. MSS. 38, fo. 78 and 

73, and 39, fo. 117 ; Le Neve's MS. 446 ; Family of Crispe, ii., 1. 
„ Ellis, of London, Sheriff, arras set outt by H. St. George, Richmond Her. 

Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 15". 
Crocker, John, of Hooknorton, Oxon, Esq., confirmed 15 Nov. 1556, by Harvey. 

Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 10 ; Her. and Geneal., i., 80 ; Misc. Gen. et Her., i., 

140, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. ; Grants I., 37", 38. 
Croft, Sir Christoplier, Knt., of York, Lord Mayor, confirmed 7 June 1649, by 

Ryley. Harl. MS. 1144, fo. 14 ; Surtees Soc, XLL, Hi.; copy of grauD, 

Brit. Mus. 
Crofts, William, Lord, supporters at Brussels 3 Mav 1658, by Sir E.Walker, Gart. 

Her. Coll., fo. 12. 
Crokey, W"', ais JoHNSOK, of Yorks, arms differenced 4 June 1496, by C. Carlile, 

Norr. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 77" ; Stowe IMS. 677, fo. 5 ; Harl. MSS. 

1069, fo. 1, 1470, fo. 159, and 1507, fo. 3 ; copv of grant, Brit. Mus., and 

Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 2", and Q's Coll. Oxf. MSS. 37, fo. 7, 88, fo. 19, and 

146, fo. 18. See Crookhey below. Guil. 396. 
Crome, Valentine, of Lincoln's Inn, 1 Nov. 1669, by Sir E. Walker, Gart. Her. 

Coll., fo. 63. 
Cromer, Robert, of Yarmouth, 24 April 1494, by Richmond Clar. Harl. MS. 

1116, fo. 38". 
Crompton, Thomas, of London, D-' of Law, s. and h. of W™ (by Elizth., d. and h. 

of Tho^ Boughton of Mardich, Essex), s. and h. of ThoS of Stafford, arms 

quarterly, confirmed .... 1595, by Lee. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 50; Harl. 

MSS. 1422, fo. 118, and 1359, fo. 23". 
„ William, of Stone, co. Staff., crest 26 April 1562, by Flower. Add. MS. 

14,293, fo. 126. 
Cromwell, Gregorie, Lord, coat and crest and supporters 1543, 33 H. VIII., by 

C. Barker, Gart. Add. MS. 14,294, fo. 55": "geven hym by M'' Garter 

having the King's bill, signed for his discharge, or else he would not have 

given him any, for that his father was atteynted." Harl. MSS. 6179, 

fo. 15", and 5846, fo. 21" ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 31. 
Crooke, Sir John (Bucks), by R. St. George, Clar. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 58 ; 

C. 26, fo. 97", Her. Coll. 
Crookhey ats Crockhay ais Johnson, William, grant 4 June 1496, by Carlisle. 

Harl. MSS. 1507, fo. 3, and 1470, fo. 159, copy of grant, Brit. Mus.; Guil. 

396 ; Harl. MSS. 1069, fo. 1, 1422, fo. 2. See Crokey above. 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 67 

Crooks uf Winchester, Hants, gu., a saltire erm. betw. four fleurs-de-lis or, 

by Segur. Add. M.S. 12,225, fo. 33". 

Croomk, .... paly bendy or and gu., quartering . . . ., by Segar. Add. MS. 

1 2,225, fo. 33. . 

Cropley, Thomas, of co. Cambridge, . . . ., by Camden : arg., on a chict gu. 
three owls of the field. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 17, and 6095, fo. 1. 
„ Thomas, of Rockells hall in Shelland, Suff., s. of William, of J?ury St. 
Edmunds, alteration of arms and crest 12 May 1035, by 1!. St. George. 
Ilarl. MS. 1470, fo. 98, 235 ; Guil. 222. 
Crosman, Samuel, B.D., 1663, see Trotman. 

Cross, WxAwi, of Churlouge, Somersets., by Cooke's depy., 23 June 1584. Stowe 
MS. 670, fo. 8 ; copy of grant, MS. Raw). B. 102, fo. 110, Bodleian Lib. 
„ Sir Robert, Kut. (s. of Wm., of Charlinch, Somerset), for services against 
the Spanish Armada 1588, at the burning of the Spanish fleet at Cadiz and 
for the wiuning of Cales 1596 ; crest April 1602, by Camden. Cott. MS., 
Faustina E. 1, fo. 58'' ; Guil. 382 ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 42^ 
Crouch, .John, of London, gent., s. of .John, of Cornibury, n'' Buntingford, Herts, 
10 March 1608, by W. Camden, Clar. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 21, and 6095, 
fo. 12 ; Guillim 77 ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 63". 
Croucher, Henrv, of Exton, co. Southants, High Sheriff, dated at the Office of 
Arms 14 Feb. 1658-9, by Byssiie. Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 34", copy of grant. 
Crow, Giles, of Brasted, Kent, allo'wed .... 1586, by Cooke. Add. MS. 4966, 
fo. 35 ; Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 90, and 1422, fo. 93 ; Guil. 233. 
„ See Ch'' Crowe, arms gyroiiny of eight or and sa., on a chief of the 2'"' two 
leopards' heads of the first, crest. Five arrows, one in pale and four in 
saltire or, barbed gu., feathered arg'. Caius Coll. Camb. MS. 551, fo. 30" ; 
Camden's Grants. 
Crowe, Christopher, of East Bilney, Norfolk, 27 May 1614, by Camden. Harl. 

MS. 6095, fo. 41, and Le Neve's MS. 354. 
Crowtukr, (1) .John, of Middleton, (2) Richard, of Broadstone. 
„ (3) Thomas, of Sparchford, 
„ (4) Lewes, of Ludlow, and 
„ (5) Edward, of Millichapp, 

confirmed 20 Feb. 1562, by G. Dethick. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 01 ; Stowe 
MS. 703, fo. 4", and Q's Coll. 0.\f. MS. 145, fo. 1". 
„ John, of Exeter, coat and crest 27 March, 20 Hen. VITI., 1529, by 
T. Wriothesley, Gart. Le Neve MS. 4G9. 

Ckugge, crest .... Barker's Grants ; Harl. JIS. 5846, fo. 28 ; Stowe MS. 

692, fo. 30 ; Add. MS. 20,702, fo. 64". 
Crule, John, of Cambray, under the dominion of the King of Spain, said to be 
descended from John (and Eliz"' his wife, dau. to the Lord Pennington in 
Com. Lane), s. of Rob', s. of Hugh, about 1288, quartering Pennington, 
8 March 1631-2, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 33"; Harl. MS. 6140, 
fo. 80. 
Crux, John, of Greenhouse in Milton, Kent, confirmed July, 7 Chas. I., 1631, by 
R. St. George. 10 July in Harl. MS. 1470, fo. 40, and 163 for copy of 
grant, British Mus. ; 1). 18, fo. 58, Her. Coll. ; (Guil. 211, also borne by 
John Crux of Sheldwick in said co. of Kent). 
CUDWORTH, John, of Werneth, co. Lane, 23 Oct. 1013, by 1!. St. George. Add. 

MS. 14,295, fo. 01. 
CuER, Thomas, of London, Chief sadler to the Queen, 20 Dec. 1501, by Harvey. 
Harl. MS. U2i, fo. 23 ; Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 40. See Anne Bennet his 
wife. 

CUERTON, John, now dwelling at Bilbao in Spain, confirmed, no date, by 

Harvey. Ashm. MS. 834, fo. 49, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. 
CuFKE, John, of Ilchester, Somerset, granted . . . ., by Barker, 152() — 19. Harl. 
MS. 5846, fo. 23 ; Stowe MS. 092, fo. 31" ; Guil. 367, as 1544. 



68 GRAKTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

CuLCHETH, . . . ., f crest in Havl. MS. 584G, fo. 20", a raooi-yan standing naked, 
sa., holding a target like a lion's face az., etc., and Stowe 
MS. C92, fo. 3(1^, as Calcheth. Stowe MS. 692, fo. 29, 
argS a griffin az., membered or ; coat only, Barker's Grants. 
Cui;LEYMORE, James, of London, .Jan. 1611-12, by Camden. Harl. MSS. 6095, 

fo. 14, and 1422, fo. 21" ; Guil. 293, as Robert. 
Culling, Thomas, of London, alderm., etc., esq., s. of W™, of London, Devon, s. 

of Wm., s. of Wm., granted 9 Sept. 1657, and confirmed (3 Feb. 1661-2), 

by Bysshe. Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 19"; copy of grant in Harl. MS. 1172, 

fo. 20 and 29 ; Bysshe's Grants, fo. 15, Her. Coll. 
CULME, Hugh, Mollaud, Devon, quarterly, confirmed .... 1564 (Harvey's Grants). 

Add. MS. 16,940, fo. ^58. 
CUNYNGHAM, W"", of Norwich, confirmed .... 155f (Harvey's Grants). Add. 

MS. 16,940, fo. 17. 
CUPPBE, John, Oxon. (Harvey's Grants). Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 7". 
CONTRY, Thos., s. of Thomas, of Reculver, Kent, 14 Aug. 1612, by W. Camden, 

Clar. Harl. MS. 0140, fo. 25". 
Cure, George, of London, 1588, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 113, and 1422, 

fo. 95 ; Add. MS, 4966, fo. 60". 
CuRLE (Anthony), of the Temple (Middle), by Cooke's deputy. Stowe MS. 670, 

fo. 8". See Kyrle. Harl. MS. 5887. fo. 4". 
CuRLL, W"', of Hatfield, Herts, s. of Nicholas, out of Yorks, 17 Dec. 1586, 

by Flower. Guil. 42 ; MS. Aslim. 844, fo. ^,{u copy of grant, 

Bodleian Lib. 
Curlew, family of (Curley in Burke's Armory), testified . . . ., by G. Detliiek, 

vert., on a chev. arg. 3 einquefoils gn., same as Dui-Jew in Stowe MS. 676, 

fo. 17. Harl. MSS. I.i07, fo. 442, and 1359, fo. 3" ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 

37, fo. 20 ; as Durlew and Curlew in 39, fo. 13, for copies of " testamurs " ; 

Le Neve's MS. 442. 
Curling, John, of St. Laurence, Isle of Thanet, s. of George, quartering Clarke, 

exemplified by Camden. ? Kent Vis. 1619 ; Stowe MS. 618, fo. 27". 
CuRRANCE, see Urren. 

Curriers', Company of, of Loudon, . . . ., by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 98. 
CuRTEYS, Griffin, of East Imborne, Berks, grant 2 June 1560, 2 Eliz., by 

G. Dethiuk. Stowe MS. 676, fo. 26" ; copy of grant. Grants I., 182, and 

Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 37, fo. 37. 
Curtis, John, of London (s. of William, of Hatton, co. Warwick, etc.), confirmed 

9 May 1632, by R. St. George. Harl. MS. 1470, fo. 228; Guil. 284; 

Harl. MS. 1085, fo. 16". 
Curtice [Curteys], Riclmrd, Bp. of Chichester (Chester in MS. in error) 20 Feb. 

1569-70, bv G. Dethick, Cooke and Flower. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 72 ; Q's 

Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 24. 
Curtys, Thomas, of the citv of London, alderman, 20 Oct., 4 and 5 Phil, and Mary, 

1557, by G. Dethick. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 71 ; for copy of grant, Q's 

Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 88. 
CuRZON, Sir Robert, Knt., and Baron of the Exchequer, and was of Bylaugh, 

Norfolk, crest , Barker's Grants. Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 22" ; Stowe 

MS. 692, fo. 32. 
CUST, Richard, of Stanford [Stamford ?], co. Line, 31 May 1663. Bysshe's Grants, 

fo. 19, Her. Coll.; Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 20; Add. MS. 14,293, fo. 5"; Guil. 98. 
„ Samuel, of Boston, co. Line, .... 1649, by Bysshe. Harl. MS. 6832, 

fo. 413 ; Add. MS. 26,758, fo. 15", argent, on a chevron wavy sable, a 

death's head ppr. 
CUTHBERT, Edward, and AV"', of Oiindle, and brother Nathaniel, of Warnington, 

Northauiptonsh., 12 June 1654, by Byssiie. Add. MSS. 2(;,758, fo. 16", 

and 14,293, fo. 2"; Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 15''; Stowe MS. 714, 

fo. 180. 



GEANTEES OP ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTDRY. 69 

CuTHBERT, Thomas, of Oundle, Northamptonsli., and to Richard and George, his 
brotiiers, entry damaged (by Bysshe), Clar. Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 40'' and 
15'\ 

Cutler, , of the North , by Dalton, Norroy. Harl. MS. U22, fo. le"". 

„ Sir .loiui, Knt. and Bart., 27 March 1693, by T. St. George, Gart. and Clar. 

Harl. MS. 0834, fo. 178 ; Grants IV., fo. 132 ; Harl. MS. 1085, fo. 57. 
„ John, of London, lately of Falthwaite, Yorks, 26 April 1585, by Cooke. 

Harl. MS. 135:), fo. 120''. 
., Nicholas, of Eye, Snffolk, coat and crest, Barker's Grants. Harl. MS. 584C, 

fo. 23" ; Stowe MS. 092, fo. Sl^ ; Harl. MS. G179, fo. 15^ 
., Robert, of Ipswich, confirmed 21 July 1612, by Camden. Harl. MS. 1507, 
fo. 414 ; Misc. Gen. et Her., i., 228 ; Iler. and Geneal., i., 83 ; Guil. 180 ; 
copy of confirmation, Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 122 ; Le Neve's MS. 414 ; 
Grants II., 594", 595'". 
Cutis, John, Lord Gowran, supporters 19 Dec. 1692. Grants IV., fo. 69. 



D 

Daisbins, . . . ., confirmed May 1616, by Camden. Hai-1. MSS. 1422, fo. 40'', and 

6095, fo. 40", Gu., five estoiles or betw. two flauuches chequy arg. and sa. 
Daccombe, James, Stapleton, Dorset, . . . ., by Cooke. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 24. 
Dacres, Henrv, of London, born at Malfield, co. Stafford, coat and crest 24 Oct. 

1524, "by .... (Barker's Grants; Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 31 ; Stowe MS. 

692, fo. 33) ; Sir T. W[riothesley], Gart., and Tong, Norr., Le Neve's 

MS. 459 ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 81. 
Dacus, Thomas, ats Dennys, of London, Quarterly coat and crest granted 4 Aug., 

4 and 5 Phil, and Mary, 1557, by G. Dethick. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 77" ; 

copy of grant in Latin, Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 90 ; Grants I., 531. 
Dade, . . . ., Norfolk, .... 1605, by Camden. Stowe MS. 706, fo. 18 ; Harl. 

MSS. 1085, fo. 25", and 6140, fo. 74. 

Daines, D', of Suffolk, ratified by E. Bysshe, Gart. 

Dakyns, Arthur, of the city of York. At York 12 Oct. 1563, by Flower. Harl. 

MS. 6140, fo. 68" ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 36" ; Harl. MS. 1453, fo. 74. 
Dakby^n, Arthur, of Stubbing, co. Derby, confirmed 27 Aug. 1611, by R. St. George. 

Guil., p. 267 ; Harl. MS. 1093, fo. 33". 
Dakins, George, of Yorkshire, gent., granted at London, by 6. Dethick, Norr., 

15 Dec, 2 Ed. VL, 1548. Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 1^ and 1116, fo. 40; 

copy of grant, Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 19 ; Grants I., 314. 
Dalby, William, of London, . . . ., by Ro. Cooke, Clar. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 23", 

6179, fo. 6", and 5887, fo. 12". 
Dale, Robert, of Hawkesley, co. pal. Chester, s. and h. of Robert, 9 Nov. 1602, by 

W. Dethick. Stowe MS. 714, fo. 149, copy of grant, Brit. Mus., and Add. 

MS. 5524, fo. 204". 
,, Roger (brother of the last), of Colyweston, Northhts., also Counsellor at law 

of Inner Temple and Lord of the Manor of Tixover, Rutland, 2iid s. of 

Robert, of Hawkesley, Cheshire, 9 Nov. 1602, by W. Dethick. Harl. MS. 

1422, fo. 16 ; copy Add. MS. 5524, fo. 204". 
„ William, of London, Grocer, and of Brigstock, Northants, born in Cheshire, 

s. of Robert, of Wencle in par. of Prestbury, .... 1613 . . . ., by Camden. 

Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 39, and 6095, fo. 30". 
„ William, Englishman, now in Flanders, born of an ancient family in Holland, 

s. of Cornelius, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 35. 
Dallington, Sir Robert, gent., of the Privy Chamber in ordinary to K. Charles, 

Master and one of the Governors of the King's hospitall founded in Charter- 
house. Paynter's book, 237 ; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 55". 



70 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTTJRt. 

Dallison, Martin, of Ilarrinjjay ats Hornsey, Middx., confirmed or granted 

14 Dec. 1648, 24 Chas. I., by Squib, Clar. Guil. 95 ; called Marmaduke 

by Berry, perhaps Maximilian, argt., on a pile engrailed az. three crescents 

of the field. 
„ William, of I;eighton, co. Line, esq., one of the .Justices of the pleas holden 

before the King's and Queen's Maj''", crest 5 May, 3 and 4 Phil, and Mary, 

1.557, by G. Dethick. Misc. Gen. et Her., 2nd S., ii., p. 105 ; Harl. MS. 

1359, fo. 44^ 69 ; copy of grant, Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 83 ; Grants I., 

252. 
Dalmarius, Julius Caesar, grant 1 .Ian. 1587-8, by W. Dethick, Gart. Stowe MS. 

670, fo. 71, copy of grant, and Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 37, fo. 102. 
Dalton, Thomas, of Hull, Yorks, Alderman, gift .... 1563, by Flower. Add. 

MS. 14,295, fo. 39 ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 34^ 
Dalwin, Mathew, of Polomie, Poland, 20 Dec, 4 Ed. VI., 1550, by G. Dethick. 

Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 60 ; copy of grant ? in Latin, Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, 

fo. 26 ; Grants I., 101. 
Dam, John, of Much Hadhara, Herts, 1 May 1582, by Cooke. (1591 in Harl. 

MSS. 1422, fo. 42\ and 1069, fo. 113") ; Grants I., 199. See also Dane. 
Damport ais Dampitt [Davenport], John, of Lovington, Soni', esq., s. of John, 

s. of John, 3rd s. of John of Bramhall, Chesh., 1 April 1582, by G. Dethick. 

Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 103, and Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 54. 
Daxcastle or Dancaster, John, of Wellhouse, Berks, granted in 1556 or 1561, 

by Harvey (Hawlev), Clar,, or (4. Detliictk ; confirmed 25 Feb. 1586-7, by 

Cooke. MSS. Ashm. .SKi. f". Imi. and 858. fo. 211-12, copy of graut, 

Bodleian Lib. ; Harl. MS. 11 -'2, fa. [k; ; 1556 in Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 91"; 

Add. MS. 4966, fo. 65. 
Dandy, see Dawndy. 
Dane (John ? or W", of Stortford), Herts, 1501, by Harvey, Clar. Berry's Supplt. ; 

Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 28. See also Dam. 
„ William, of London, confirmed .... 1561. (Harvey's Grants) ; Add. MS. 

16,040, fo. 28. 
Daper, Richard, of Middx., confirmed .... 1558, 1 Q. Eliz. (Harvey's Grants) ; 

Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 15". 
Darby, Charles, of St. Edmnndsbuiy, Suffolk, 1588, by Cooke. Add. MS. 4966, 

fo. 84" ; Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 113, and 1422, fo. 95 ; Edmoud in Stowe 

MS. 670, fo. 25. 
Dare, .\nanias, one of the assistant Governors of City of Raleigh, Va., by 

W. Dethick, Gart. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 36, fo. 120, copy of patent. 
Darley, .... crest confirmed 10 April 1583, by W. Flower, Norr. Stowe MS. 

706, fo. 4" ; Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 11. 
Darnall, Adam, Thorneholme, co. Line, esq., crest 20 Nov. 1500, by W. Harvey, 

Clar. Add. MS. 17,506, fo. 26" ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 109. 
Darnell, Henry, Councellor, of Gray's Inn, .... 1603, by W. Dethick, Gart. 

Harl. MSS. 1441, fo. 104, and 5847, fo. 55 ; Add. MS. 12,454, fo. 54 ; 

Stowe MS. 703, fo. 62. 
Dart, see Wallis. 
Dartmouth, Lord (George Legge), supporters 10 Uarvh 1682-3, by W. Dugdale, 

Gart. Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 178 ; Grants III., fo. 188. 
Dash WOOD, Francis (? Francis or George his brother), of London, esq., confirmed 
24 Oct. 1662. Bysshe's Grants, fo. 14, Her. Coll. ; Harl. MS. 1105, 

fo. 19 ; Guil., p. 269, late Alderman. 
Francis, a silkman "at the Naked boy" in Clieapside, 1655, by E. Bysshe. 
Harl. MSS. 1441, fo. 152, and 1466, fo. 24. 
Davenant, William, of Davenant in Essex, Quarterly . . . ., 1588, by Cooke. 
Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 109, 1422, fo. 120"; called Davenport, Add. MS. 
4966, fo. 57. 
Davenport, see Damport. 



GKANTEES OF ARMS TO THE EKD OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 71 

Daveks, .Tames, co. Bucks, Danvers, Qnavtorly with Davers, by Cooke. Stowe MS. 
G70, fo. :!0 (John in Add. MS. U,-297, fo. 28"), Jeremy Davers of London 
in tlic margin. 
David, Robert (s. of John), s. of David Griffith of N. Wales, confirmed 20 April 
1581, by Flower. MS. Ashm. 844, fo. 6, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; 
Guil., p. 170 ; Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 78^ gnle?, on a bend argent a lyon 
passant sable. 

Davidge , of Somerset, J.P., 2 April ICiM, by Hysshe, Clar. llarl. MS. 

1 105, fo. 40" ; Bysslie's Grants, 3(i. 
Davidsox, William, of London, s. of John, s. of Richard, crest 25 June 1575, by ^ 
Cooke. Misc. Gen. et Her., i., 27Ji, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. Le Neve's 1 
MS. 495. L 

„ AYilliam (s. of John, s. of Richard), granted and confirmed 12 July 158G, [ 
by Flower. Gull., p. 156; MS. Asian, s:!!, fo. (U, copy of grant, I 
Bodleian Lib. J 

Davie, or Davey, John, Mayor of Exeter, grant 10 March, 3.S Eliz., 1590-1, by 
W. Detljick, Gart. Stowe MS. G7C, fo. 82; confirmation (? alteration) 
20 April 1594, then described as of Sandlbrd and Kyrton, Devon, late 
]\rayor of Exeter, also by W. Dethick, Gart. Stowe MS. 676, fo. 91" and 
107"; copy of grant, see Q's Coll. Oxf. MSS. 36, lb. 36, and 37, 
fo. 123. 
Davys, John, of Ford, Devon, confirmed 39 Eliz. 1597, by W. Dethick, Gart. 
Stowe MS. 676, fo. 120 ; copy of grant and Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 36, 
fo. 60. 
Davies, John, the elder, of Middleton, Salop, s. of John, crest 24 Dec. 1623, by 
R. St. George. Harl. MSS. 1507, fo. 394, 1972, fo. 49, 1105, fo. 7, and 
1422, fo. 42 ; copy of grant, Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, lb. 138 ; Le Neve's 
MS. 394. 
„ Thomas (from Wales), barber to K. Chas. L, and groom of the j.rivy 
Chamber, 1 Dec. 1664, by Walker. Ilarl. MS. 1172, fo. 55 ; Add. MSS. 
14,293, fo. 47, and 14,294, lb. 16. 
„ Sir Thomas, of London, Knt. and Alderm. (s. of John, of London), and free 
of the Drapers and Mercli'^ Adventurers, .... 1677, by Sir E. Bysshe, 
Clar. Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 40 ; Bysslie's Grants, 34. 
Davis, Richard, Bp. of St. Asaph, 20 Feb. 1559-6U, by Harvey, Clar. Harl. MS. 

1386, fo. 110. 
Davison, Sir Alexander, see Davyson. 

Davy, Henry, late Sheriff and Alderm. of Norwich, and elder brother 
„ Richard, late High Steward of Norwich, and his younger brother 
„ John, now living, and sisters Ellen and Isabel, the five children of Richard 
Davy of Easton, Norfolk, sometime Mayor of Norwich, by his wife 
Christian, dau. and heir of Ric. Bishop of Yarmouth, grant of arms and 
crest, undated and unsigned, to the posterity of said Richard, the father, 
among W. Dethick's Grants. Copy in Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 36, fo. 108 ; 
Stowe MS. 676, fo. 35 ; 17 Nov. 1596, Harl. MS. 1085, lb. 50. 
„ Joan, ais Trelake, wife to Sir Raff. Warren, maior of London (1536 and 

1543), arms 10 May 1552 ; Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 206, by Hawley (?). 
„ Robert, of London, ye Queen's reC for S. Wales, s. of Jo., of Norwich, 
20 Jan. 1576-7, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 78" ; Stowe MS. 670, 
fo. 61". 

„ William, John and Elizabeth, 1 Oct. 1552, ? by Hawley. Add. MS. 

16,940, fo. 2(16. 
Davyson, Sir Alexander, of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumb., 7 Chas., 1631, by 
Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 34" ; 3 Jan. in Berry's suppl', and Harl. MS. 
1105, lb. 8. 
Dawbeney, Oliver, confirmed 3 and 4 Phil, and Mary, 1556-7 (Harvey's Grants). 
Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 9. 



72 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

Dawe, AVilliam (s. of Robert), of East Chelborough, Dorset, 1588, by Cooke, 

Clar. Harl. MS. 1166, fo. 8'A 
Dawes, Abraham, s. of .John , co. Staff, 26 March 1G13, by R. St. George. 

Payiiter's Bt)ok II., 24" ; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. CO". 
„ William, of Loudon, Sod s. of Robert, of Longstrethin, Norfolk, 28 Feb. 

1611-12, by Camden. Morgan's Sphere, 117 ; Marl. MS. 1441, fo. 149. 
Daavndy (Dandy), Arthur, of Cretingham, Suff., gent., grant 5 Jan., 2 Q. Eliz. 

ILirl. MS. 1441, fo. 2", 1559-60, by G. Dethiek. Ilarl. MS. 1359, fo. 79 ; 

copy of grant, Q's Coll. Oxf. MSS. 39, fo. 107, and 145, fo. 3" ; Harl. MS. 

5887, fo. 47 ; Grants I., 294. 
Dawson, Alexander, of the Manor of Spaldington, Yorks, 8 Feb. 15G3-4, 6 Eliz., 

by Flower. Harl. J\IS. 1359, fo. 8". 
„ John, of Insterby (Sutterby), co. Line, Bai-r. of the Inner Temple, now 

residing at Ballina-courr, co^ Tippy and Limerick, royalist, attested by 

Cooke, . . . ., his family of Sutterby, co. Line, confirmed 12 Jan. 1603-4, 

by Walker, Gart. Copy of s^rant, Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 59 ; Add. MSS. 

14,293, fo. 54, and 14,294, fo. 13"; Guil, p. 342. 
„ William, of Ayerlev, Yorks, gent., 1 Feb. 1605-6, by R. St. George. Add. 

MS. 14,295, fo. 59 ; Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 14 ; C. 18 [Visit. Yorks, 1612], 

200, Her. Coll. 
Day, Edward, of city of London, gent., s. of Edmond, s. of William, of Derbysh., 

28 Feb. 158'2-3, by G. Dethiek. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 71 ; 20 March in 

Q's Coll. Oxf. MS., Edmond, 145, fo. 16. 
Dey (Day), George, Bishop of Chichester, grant l)y C. Barker, Gart. Stowe MS. 

692, fo. 36 ; Harl. MS. 1116, fo. 41". 
„ Henry, of Oxebonding, Norfolk, s. of W™, 2nd s. of Rob', gent., confirmed 

20 Nov. (?45 Q. Eliz., 1602), by W. Dethiek, Gart. (17 Nov. 1597 

in Burke). Stowe MS. 676, fo. 141"; copy of grant, Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 

36, fo. 105. 
Day, William, B.D., Provost of Eton and Dean of Windsor (s. of Richard, etc.), 

confirmed 28 Out. 1582, by Flower. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 19"; Stowe MS. 

706, fo. 21 ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 75 ; MSS. Ashm. 834, fo. 55, and 858, 

fo. 44, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Guil., p. 394. 
„ William, of Eton, Bucks, June 1606, [? confirmed] by Camden. 5 July 

[? Camden's Grants], fo. 50 ; Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 19", and 6095, fo. 5" ; 

Guil., p. 394. 
Daynes, see Daines. 
Deacon, Henry, Serjeant plumer to Q. Eliz., . . . ., by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, 

fo. 105. 
Deale, Anthony, of Fevershara, Kent, s. of Anth., s. of Thos., grant 9 Sept. 1597, 

by AV. Dethiek and AV. Camden, recorded by W. Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, 

fo. 35; Stowe MS. 676, fo. 121"; Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 38, and 6095, 

fo. 32". Thomas, see Morgan's Sphere of Gentry, and for copy of grant, 

Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 36, fo. 65. 
Dean, Sir Anthony, of Crutched Friars, s. of Anthony, of London, gent., dec*, s. of 

Anthony, of co. Glouc, 17 Dec. 1683, by Sir W. Dugdale, Gart. and Clar. 

Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 178 ; Grants III., fo. 221. 
Dene, Henry, of Denefield (? Deneland), Hants, s. of John, of Deaneland, s. of 

Jas., 2nd s. of Mathew, s. of W™, s. of Robert, s. of Rich'', s. of Richard, 

"who lived in tliose dayes," 22 Nov. 1598, by Camden. Add. MS. 14,295, 

fo. 62" ; C. 17, 65", Her. Coll. ; Harl. MSS. 1544, fo. 174, and 6086, fo. 62". 
Deane, M'' John, of Mattingley, Hants, or I. of W., s. of John, of Walliugford, 

Berks, gent, (confirmed 1623, Burke's Armory), by Camden. Stowe MS. 

677, fo.' 8 ; Hail. MSS. 6179, fo. 66", and 1544, fo. 151". 
„ William, of Gosfield, Essex (2nd s. of W™, s. of I., of co. Lane), confirmed 

8 May 1577, by Flower. MS. Ashra. 834, p. 36, copy of grant, Bodleian 

Lib.; Guil. 352. 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 73 

DE Granata, Jacobus, Knt. of the Duchy of Brabant, arms and crest, 15 Aug;. 

155(i, ?. and 4 Phil, and Mary, by Sir G. Dcthick, Gart. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 

3!), fo. 71), for copy of testimonial ; Grants I., 81. 
Death, William, of Dartford, KlmiI, .... 1.589, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, 

fo. 100", and 1-122, fo. 94"; Add. MS. 49G(i, fo. 88*. 
Decryoll or l)EirRO\y, Benjamin, of Enfield, Middx., s. of Robert, s. of John, of 

Saul, SuH'., di!scended from Decriol of Kent, Lieut, of Dover Caslle, for 

wli. services the Key was borne in the Canton as an augmentation, 

confirmed by Segar. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 107 ; Add. MS. 12,225, 

fo. 35" ; Guil. .SOG ; Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 11". 
Dedycott, Arthur, of Hackney, Middx., gift .... 1558. (Harvey's Grants) 

Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 21"; Derycote, Sheriff of London, Harl". MS. IIIG, 

fo. 47" ; Add. MS. 49n{;, fo. fiO.' 
Dee, John, of Moorelake, Surrey, Lsq. Crest, Add. MS. 4966, fo. 60; 8 Q. Eliz., 

1576 [sir?'}, " Df John the astrologer," Quarterly of 6 (by Cooke ?), Harl. 

jrSS. 1359, fo. in, and 1422, fo. 122. 
Deedes, Julius, of Hvthe 1653, bv E. Bvsshe, Gart. Add. MS. 8932, 

fo. 225. 
Deering, Nicholas (s. of Nicholas, of Worgroot in Dorset), and to his brother 

Thomas, confirmed 13 Feb. 1664-5, by Walker. Add. MSS. 14,293, fo. 34, 

and 14,294, fo. (1; Guil. 159. 
Degge, Simon, of Strongshull n'' Uttoxeter, co. Staff., and of the Inner Temple, 

now one of H.M.' Council and Justices for the Marches of AVales, 9 May, 

13 Chas. IL, 1661, by W. Dugdale, Norr. Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 60, and 

Her. Coll. (1662). 
Deincourt, Baron, Sir Francis Leeke, Knt. and Bart., supporters 14 Nov. 1627, 

by Segar. Harl. MS. 1470, fo. 30, 42, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. ; Add. 

MS. 12,225, fo. 69", 1633. 

De la Dowxe, John, of London, 1591, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 112^ 

De la Fol-.staine, Erasmus, of Belchamp St. Paul, Essex, 22 Feb. 1619-20, by 

Camden. Harl. MS. 6095, fo. 39 ; Guil. 136 ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 67. 
De la Hay, George, of Weston, Surrey, s. and h. of Nevill De la Hay, crest Feb. 

1600-1, by W. Dethick. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 22". 
Delalyxd, ("Alexander, Thomas and Cuthbert, sons of Sir Humphrey, Kt., of 
J Twickenham. Grants L, 354, but query. 

I Thomas and Cuthbert, sons of Oliver, 20 Feb. 1577-8, by W. Dethick, 
I York Herald. Harl. MS. 1171, fo. 60. 
De la Mott, . . . . de Normandie, arms 29 Nov. (3 Ed. VL ?) 1549, by G. Dethick. 

Harl. j\IS. 1359, fo. 59"; copy in French, Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 37, fo. 10, 

De la Mount, and 39, fo. 57 ; Grants L, 111. 
Delaune, Gideon, of Blackfryars, liondon, exemplified 7 March 1612-13, by 

Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 3.5"; C. 24, fo. 499 [Visit. Lond., 1634], 

Her. Coll., and Guil. 376. 
Delillers, .... London, .... 1657 .... Bnrke'.< Armory. 
Dell or Delve.s, William, SecJ to W"' Laude, Arcbl.i' (jf Canty, 16 Feb. 1637-8, by 

Borough. Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 55" ; 16;;i in Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 57, and 

Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 90; Harl. MS. 5S57, fo. 138, for copy of grant, 

Brit. Mus. 
Delves, see Parker's Glossary of Heraldry, Chron. Table, xiv. 
Dene, see Dean. 
Denham, William, Citizen and Goldsmith of London, by G. Dethick. Harl. MS. 

1441, fo. 78", and Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 29". 
Denne, Thomas, Adishain, Kent, 1589, by Cooke's deputy. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 35". 

{See Benxe.) 
Denn, Yincent, D.C.L.,s. of William, of Kingston, by Camden, Le Neve's MS. 357. 
Dennis, Philip, .... Arms 3 Edw. YI., 1548. Barker's Grants; Add. MS. 

14,294, fo. 56. 



74 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

Dennis, Thomas, see Dacus. 

Denny, Glover, of Raveningham, Norfolk, grant 9 March 1663-4, by Bysshe. 

Har). IMS. 1-170, fo. 75, copy of grant, Brit. Mus., and Guil. 78. And to 
„ Phineas, of Toftmonks, 1 (his two uncles), sons of Thomas, of Langler, 

„ Edward, of Great Yarmouth, j Norfolk, deed., and to 
„ Sidrach (the issue of), of Toftmonks, deed., bro. to the said Thomas, of 

Langley aforesaid. Gull. 78. 
Densell, Sii- William, of Wye, Kent. Knt., augmentation and crest 1.5 .Inly 1554, 

by Hawley. Harl. MS. 1507, fo. 9, 408 ; copy of grant, Q's Coll. Oxf. 

MS. 38, fo. G5 ; Le Neve's MS. 488. 
Dentt, John, citizen and Salter of London, gift 20 Oct. (18 Q. Eliz.), 157G, by 

Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 30 ; Add^MS. 14,295, fo. IS". 
Derwentwater, Earl of. Sir Francis Radcliffe, of Dilston, Northumbld., Knt., 

supporters 20 Jan. 1688-9, 4 Jac. 2 {sic) by T. St. George, Gart. Harl. MS. 

6834, fo. 178 ; Stowe MS. B'i?, fo. 74, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. ; 

Grants IV., fo. 212. 
„ see Drawater and Drinkwater. 
Des Bouyerie, see Bouverie. 
Desse, Sir Robert, Az., a chevron betw. three owls or, on a canton gules three 

lions passant gtiardant in pale of the second. Crest, On a chapeau gu., 

turned up ermine, an owl wings expanded or. Over the Crest " Vigilo." 

Berry's Armory. 
Devicke, AVilliam, of Jarnessey (Guernsey ?), confirmed April IGli', by Camden. 

Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 15, 6095, fo. 18 ; Guil. 343. 
Dewe, Eichard, of Abingdon, Berks, esq., 20 May IG61. Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 42" ; 

? by Bysshe, Clar. 
D'Eweb. Paul^ of Stowlangtof't, Sufll"., altered 12 June 1617, liy K. St. George. 

Harl. MSS. 1470, fo. 16, 231, and 5887, fo. 54". 
Dewey, Thomas, of London, confirmed .... 1564 (Harvey's Grants), Add. !MS. 

16,940, fo. 27. 
Dewhurst, William, of Dewluirst, co. Lane, s. of John, s. of John, bv U. St. 

George, Norroy, 1613. Harl. MSS. 6140, fo. 74", and 6179, fo. 14 ; 

Stowe MS. 706, fo. 19". 
Diamont, see Diman, of London, Draper, arg., 5 fusils in fesse conjoined ,uu., each 

charged with a fleur de lis or, .... 1612, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, 

fo. 36 ; MS. Vincent, 154, fo. 5", Her. Coll., and Guil. 371. 
Dicer, Sir Robert, of London, Bart., 27 June, 13 Clias. 11., 1661. Bysshe's 

Grants, fo. 16, Her. Coll. ; Harl. MSS. 1105, fo. 19", and 1172, fo. 27, 

coiiy of grant. 
Dickenson, Edmond, of Oxford, D^' in physic in Oxf., 31 March 1673, by Sii- E. 

Bysshe, Clar. Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 40" ; Bysshe's Grants 35. 
„ Liming, s. of Robert, of Lydiard Tregoze, Wilts, 14 Nov. 1(J25, by Segar. 

Add": MS. 12,225, fo. 36 ; Guil. 162 ; Her. Coll. 140, fo. 26. 
DiCKONSON, William, of the city of Gedaneims [? Gedaniim], 29 Jlay 1557, letters 

of commendation from Sigismund Augnstu.*, King of Poland. MS. Ashm. 

844, fo. 13, copy, Bodleian Lib. 
DiCKlNS, William, of Ffeet St., London, descended out of Derbyshire from Hasel 

wood, Harl. MS. 0179, 26 June 1629, bv Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, 

fo. 36" ; Dickens, 10 June 1625, in Guil. 257 ; Harl. MS. 6199, 

fo. 1 9". 
DiGHTON, Henry, of Hertford, Herts, " Ownei' of the Bell there," by Cuoke. 

Stowe MS. 670, fo. 59". 
„ John, of Woodsome, Yorks, gent., s. of .loliii, cre.^l 12 .Inly 1590, bv Cooke. 

Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 22 ; Add. MSS. 16,940, fo. 209, 26,753, fo. i24, and 

17,506, fo. 27. 
Dylke, Richard, of Kirby Mallory, co. Leic, gent., crest 10 June 1574, by 

G. Dethick. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 83; Misc. Gen. et Her., i., 9, copy of 



GRANTEKS OF ARMS TO THE END OP THE XVII. CENTURY. 75 

gnuit, BriL. Mus. ; MS. Vinct. 162, fo. 178 (Her. Ooll.) ; Q'.s Coll. Oxf. 

MS. 145, fo. 38. 
Dii.LiXGTON, Anthony, of DilliugLoii, Norfolk, gent., .... 1575 ? Quarterly, by 

G. Dethick. Uarl. MS. U41, fo. 81^ and Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, 

fo. 39. 
„ Robert, of Knighton Gorge in the Isle of Wij^ht, crest 1 1 Jan. 

1599-1600, by Camden. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 91 ; llarl. MS. 1544, 

fo. 186". 
DiMAN, . . . ., of London, . . . ., Arg., on 5 fusils conjoined in fesse, gu. botw. 3 

mullets sa., 4 fleurs de lis ur, impaling Tiider, of Tuder, Northanipts., by 

Segar. Add. MS. 12,i'2o, fo. 36" ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 28^ 
DiNNET, . . . ., of . . . ., Quartering, by Parlt., or by letters patent, Berry's 

Supplement [by patent, Burke's Armory]. 
Dysxky, L' Col., 24 April 1651, by Bysshe. Add. MS. 26,758, fo. 15" ; 

Harl. MS. 6832, fo. 413. 
Distillers' of London, the Master and Wardens, assistants and commonalty 

possessing the trade and mistere of, .... 9 Aug. 1630, by Borough. Harl. 

MS. 1441, fo. 105. 
DiXE, John, of Herts, . . . ., by Harvey, Clar. Bannerman MS., No. i), fo. 155. 
Dix, John, formerly Ramsey'(of Wickmer, Norlolk), exempl. Dix and Ramsey, 

quarterly, 19 May 1604, by Camden. Cotton MS. Faust., E. 1., 46, copy 

of grant, Brit. Mus., Crest, by Segar, Gart., 1631. Harl. MS. 1085, 

fo. 44". 
„ John, D.l) , confirmed Dec. 1G12, by Camden. Harl. MS. 6095, 

fo. 25". 
Dyx, William, of Norfolk, 1 July 1548, by Hawley ? Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 202". 
Dixon, . . . ., of London (descd'' from Dickson, of the Bpk. of Durham), by Cooke. 

Stowe MS. 670, fo. 81". 
Dyxon, Gains, of Tonbridge, crest 20 April 1565, by Hervey. Misc. Gen. et Her., 

I'nd S., vol. i., p. 252, plate, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. 
Dixox, (ieorue, of Ramsham, co. pal. of Durham, crest 14 Sept. 1615, by R. 

St. George. Stowe MS. 714, fo. 146 ; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 107" ; Guil. 

365. 
„ Robert, of Kings Langley, Herts, Esq., 14 July 1626, by R. St. George. 

Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 65 ; L 9, 88" ; Grants IL, 662 ; Certificates 19 Nov. 

163S, by W. Le Neve, fo. 663. 
DOBBES, Richard, Plunistead, Kent, Sheriff of London {see his wife Glasse), grant 

10 Aug., 35th H. VIIL, 1543, by Hawley. Knighted and became Mayor 

of London 1551, and died 1556, leaving two daurs. only. Stowe MS. 677, 

fo. 66 ; Add. MSS. 16,940, fo. 200, and 7098, fo. 76" ; Harl. MS. 1172, 

fo. 54". 
DoiiELL, Walter, of Faumor (Falmere), Sussex, 7 Feb. 1605-6, by Camden. Harl. 

JlSS. 1422, fo. 18", and 6095, fo. 3" ; Guii. 309, as 7 Feb. 1607 ; Ilarl. 

MS. 1562, fo. 122, 10 June, 2 K. Jac. 
DoBSON, . . . ., cousin to Sir R. Sc. George, Norroy, who confirmed the coat and 

crest 1605. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 80 (fo. 276"). 
DoCHEX, Thomas, Doctor of Physick, borne at Campdcn in Gloucestershire, Student 

of .Magdalen Coll., Oxford, 1594, by Lee. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 10. 

DoDDixn, Jliles, of Kendal, Westmorld., one of the chief Clerks of the Crown 

Office, Court of K. Bench ; crest 20 April 1587, by W. Dethick. Stowe 

MS. 676, fo. 72, copy of grant ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 37, fo. 103. 
DoDDS, William, of Hants, gift 1558. (Harvey's Grants) Add. MS. 16,940, 

fo. 7". 
DoDE, .... Erm., a chief chequy or and az., by Cooke. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 58. 
Dodge, John, of Wrotham, Kent, crcsc ? 16 Dec. 1546, by Hawley, Clar. Add. 

MS. 16,940, fo. 201" ; (Her. and Geneal., i., 517) ; Harl. MS. 1548, 

fo. 177. 



76 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

Dodge, Peter, tStopwortb, Cheshire, etc., 8 April, 34 Ed. I., ]30(!, by .Taques, 

Hedingley. Harl. MS. 1 IIG, fo. 87" ; copy of grant, Le Neve's MS. 50(j ; 

see Her. and Geueal., i., 515, and Guil. 255 ; Grants II., 018. A forgery. 

DoDMER, Margaret, uxor. Sir Piulph. Mayor of London, grant 18 Feb. 1635-6, by 

C. Barker, Gart. JIS. Ashm. 858, p. 23, " transcribed from an 8^° MS. of 

Sir Hy. S' George now in the custody of Silvanus Morgan, 25 Feb. 1661-2, 

fo. 212. 
DODMORE, Rauf, of London, coat and crest. P.arl<er"s (irants : Harl. MS. 5846, 

fo. 31 ; Stowe MS. 602, fo. 3.5*. 
DoDSON, . . . ., 6 May 1617, by Sir W" Segar, Gart. Stowe MS. 61)7, fo. 48. 
DoDSWORTH, .John, of Thornton Watlass, Yorks, crest 2 Jnne 1610, by R. St. 

George. Add. MS."]4,295, fo. 81 ; B. 10, fo. 48, Her. Coll. ; Surtees Soc, 

Vol. XLI., p. xlvi. ; copy of grant, Brit. Mu.s., Harl. MS. 6140, fo. SI''. 
DoDWORTH, . . . ., of London .... by Cooke. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 27. 
Doe, Charles, esq. (s. of Jonas, of Liidlow, Salop, a burgess of the town of Bridge- 
north), at Edgehill, and imprisoned forlovaltv : Sheriff of London 1664 ; 

15 Sept. 1664, by Walker. Add. MS. 14,21)4, fo. 'J; Harl. MS. 1172, 

fo. 36. 
Do, George, of Jesus Coll., Cambs, s. of John, citizen of London, .s May 1662, by 

Walker. Harl. MSS. 1172, fo. 31, and copy of grant, 6179, fo. 30". 
Dolling, John, of Wortlie in the Isle of Pnrbeck, Dorset, gent., s. of Chrisf of 

the same, crest 17 May 1613, by Camden. Harl. MS. 601)5, fo. 27 ; Add. 

MS. 14,295, fo. 84. 
Dolman, Thomas, of Shawe, co. ]5erks, 1587, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 107", 

and 1422, fo. 93" ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 68". 
DONGAN, William, ats Thogan or Ghogan, reC of H.M. first frnits, etc., in Ireland, 

descended from the Phogans of Munstev, crest granted temp. Q. Eliz., by 

W. Dethick. Stowe MS. 676, fo. 34, copy of irrant, temp. Q. Eliz. ; Q's 

Coll. Oxf. MS. 36, fo. 111. 
DONHAULT, Gregory, of London, Sec. to Thomas, Lord EUesmere, Lord Chancellor 

of England, s. of Roger, s. of Richard, of Hethencote, Northhants, out of 

Oxen., confirmed arms and impalement and grant of crest 26 May 1600, 

by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 37 ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 29", with 

impalement. 
DONNYNG, John, of Chichester, confirmed .... 1565. (Harvey's Grants) Add. 

MS. 16,940, fo. 21 ; Ilarl. MS. 1562, fo. 49. 
Door, .... of Cornwall and Devon, April 1605, by Camden. Harl. MSS. 1422, 

fo. 19, and 6095, fo. 4 ; Dore in Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 120. 
Dorchester, Catherine Sidley, B^', supporters 8 Feb. 1685-6, by W. Dugdale, 

Gart. Stowe MS. 714, fo. 145"; Grants III., 288; Lansd. MS. 807, 

fo. 52. 
DOUBLEDAY, Thomas, of Middx. (and to his brethren), sons of Edward, of Westm., 

5 March 1640-1, bv Borough. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 101, to the descendants 

of his father ; Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 57 ; Guil. 393. 
DoVGHTY, William, of Hanworth, Norfolk, by Camden. Harl. MS. 1085, fo. 43. 
Dove, John, of Gamberwell, Surrey, granted 23 Jan. 1572-3, by Cooke. Guil. 381 ; 

Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 114, and 1422, fo. 95" ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 97. 
„ Thomas, Bp. of Peterboro', grant 5 May 1601, hy W. Dethick and Camden, 

Clar. Stowe MS. 676, fo. 135, copy of grant, Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 36, 

fo. 89. 
DowMAN, John, of Pocklin2:ton, Yorks, Doctor in both Laws, Archd" of Snff., 

Canon Resid. of St. Paul's, London, Cardinal. 25 July 1526, 16 H. VIII., 

by Wriotheslcy, Gart., and Touge, Norr. Harl. MS. 4900, fo. 20 ; Add. 

MS. 20,702, fo. 45". 
DowNAM, .... !)■• of Physic, temp. H. VIII. Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 15". 

„ William, Lord Bp. of Chester, granted 5 May 1561, by Dalton, Norr. Harl. 

MS. 1 359, fo. 49". 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OP THE XVII. CENTURY. VY 

DowNK, Henry, Visct. (Dawnay), supporters 24 Marcli 1G97-8, by T. St. George. 

Grants IV., 250 ; copy of grant, Brit. Mus. 
., James or Thos., of Cobliain, Surrey, 10 June 1572, crest, by Cooke. (Jolm 

in Baunorman MS. 9) ; llarl. MS. 1438, fo. 133". 
DowxHS, .... by Cooke ; 1 and 4, arg., 3 palets wavy gu. (a mullet sa.) ; 2, arg., 

() mullets gu. ; 3, barry of 8 sa. and arg., in chief 3 plates ; cresc, a wolfe's 

head argt. charged with a mallet sa. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 87 ; Stowe MS. 

G7(), fc'ea" ; Add. MS. 4960, fo. 66. 
DowNiNK, Edmond, of Pye, next par. of Waltham Holy Crosse, Essex, 1584, by 

Cooke. Add. MS. 4966, fo. 62; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 9S" ; Add. MS. 

14,295, fo. 3.5" ; Guil, p. 172. 
DowNEiNG, Roger, H.M. serjeant skinner, 23 .June 1665, by Sir E. Walker, Gart. 

Her. Coll., fo. 61. 
DoYi.Y, John, Ewerden, Bucks, confirmed 1563. (Harvey's Grants) Add. MS. 

16,940, fo. 48. 
Dragoner, Thomas, of Hoxton, Middx (1587?), by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 

1359, fo. 110 and 117, and 5887, fo. 84 ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 28". 
Drake, Sir Francis, arms, crest and augmentation 20 June 1581, by Cooke. MS. 

Ashm. 834, i., fo. 38 and 44, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; MS. Ashm. 

844, fo. 39 ; Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 4 ; copy of grant, Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 5"; 

Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 27, and Q's Coll. Oxf. MSS. 37, fo. 76, and 38, fo. 103 

(146, fo. 29), and Brit. Mus., Harl. MS. 1052, fo. 5" ; Genealogist, vol. i., 

fo. 209 ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 91 ; also for copies of grant, Her. and 

Geneal., viii., 310. 
Draper ais Farmer, .... Bucks .... by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 90", and 

6179, fo. 19. 
„ Christopher, of London, Alderni., confirmed .... 1560 (Harvey's Grants). 

Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 25. 
„ Henry, of Colebrook, Middx., s. of John, of Bedfont, gent., Grant 14 Oct. 

1571, by Cooke. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 60", copy of patent, Q's Coll. Oxf. 

MS. 38, fo. 85; Guil. 311 (Grants 11., 513); Harl. MS. 1105, 

fo. 2". 

„ Richard, of Middx 1558, by Harvey, Clar. Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 15". 

„ Thomas, of Stroud Green, Middx., s. of John, 2 Aug. ](;i2, by Camden. 

Grants IL, 592 ; Feb. 1613-14 in Harl. MS. 6095, fo! 26. 
Drapers' Company (patent in Latin), 10 March 1439-40, 17 H. VL, under the 

hand and seal of Brugges, Gart. (confirmed by Harvey, 1561, Add. MS. 

16,940, fo. 40). Harl. MS. 4900, fo. 14", 15 (Coat only. Add. Ms. 26,7(1:;, 

fo. 62"); grant of a crest and supporters (1613), by Segar. Add. JIS. 

12,225, fo. 37 ; Her. and Geneal., i., 123. 
DiiAX, Thomas, of Woodhall, Yorks, confirmed 30 Nov. 1561, 4th i). Eli/,., by 

L. Dalton, Norr. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 72 ; Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 41", and 

6140, fo. 67". 
Drayxer, als Dragener, Tliomas, of Hoxton, Middx., .... (1587 ?), by Cooke. 

Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 110, 117, and 5887, fo. 84. 
Drew, Edmond, of Hayne, Devon, crest, a squirrel, etc., by Cooke. Stowe MS. 

670, fo. 37. 
Drewe, (Sir) Edward, Serjeant at I^aw, of Killerton, Devon, patent l.'iH;!, liy 

Cooke. Harl. MS. 1164, fo. 90. 
,, Martin, of Sharpeham, Devon, confirmed .... 1560 (Harvey's Grants). 

Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 43", and also to Thomas, of Kent. 
Drywater, ats Derwentwater, . . . ., no other writing, . . . ., by Segar. Add. 

MS. 12,225, fo. 37" ; Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 15; Drawater, also Darwen- 

water. 
Ducke, Nicholas, of Lincoln's Inn (s. of Richard, of Heavitree, Devon, etc.), 

confirmed 23 June 1602, by Camden. Cott. MS. Faust. E. I., fo. 49" ; 

Guil. 374. 



78 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE EKl) OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

Duckworth, Charles, rector of Dodleston, Cheshire, aud Prebend, of Chester, 

11 June 167:.', by W. Dugdale, Norr. (Her. Coll.). 
DuCY, Robert, esq., Aldevm., of London, 28 Nov. 1622, by Camden. Harl. j\I8. 

6095, fo. 39, 28 Nov., 5 K. Ch. I., 1629 ; Bannerman MS. 9, fo. 459. 
„ Sir William, Barronct, and Knijilit of the Bath, Baron Ducy and Visct. of 

Downe, Dep. B. M. Warrant 26 Dec. 1G75, supporters 28 Feb. 1675-6, Viy 

Walker, Gart. Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 48, copy of grant. Add. MS. 14,293, 

fo. 25, 2.5" ; Grants III., fo. 19. 
Dudley, John, esq., Sarg' of her Majesties pasterie, s. of Symon, of Elmley Levitt, 

Norfolk, esq. [sic'], 3 March 1588-9, by Cooke. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 47" ; 

1582 in Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 96. 
„ William, of London, Capt. of ye trayned bands, 18 June 1662. Bysshe's 

Grants, fo. 9, Her. Coll. ; Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 18 ; Add. MS. 14,293, 

fo. 11". 
DUFFIELD, Anthony, of Loudon, .... 1586, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, 

fo. 103. 
DuGDALE, John, of Clithero, co. Lane, crest 10 Aug. 1560, by G. Dethick. Harl. 

MSS. 1441, fo. 86, and 5887, fo. 42; Stowe MS. 677, fo. 11" ; Add. MS. 

14,295, fo. 52 ; I. 9, 98, and C. 24 [Visit. Lond., 1634]. fo. 355, Her. Coll. ; 

Misc. Gen. et Her., N. S., iv., Iu3 ; Q's Coll. 0.\f. MS. 145, fo. 42. 
„ William, s. of Sir John, Nt)rroy King of Arms, grandson to Sir W"" Dugdale, 

Garter, augmentation 22 July 1698, Grants IV., 273, by Sir T. St. George, 

Gart. and Clar., and Berry IV., 271, and Cat. Her. Exhib. Soc. of 

Antiquaries, and Hamper's Life of Dugdale. 
Duke, George, of Wandsworth, Surrey, Capt. of a troop, and Major of a reg' of 

horse. 20 Oct. 1662, altered, augmentation 24 April 1663 or 1673, by 

Walker, Gart. Add. MSS. 14,293, fo. 65, and 14,294, fo. 19 ; Harl. MS. 

1172, fo. 64" ; Her. Coll., fo. 49, copy of grant. 
„ Peter, of London, s. of Peter, of London, s. of Peter, of France, confirmed 

.... 1620, by Camden. Harl. MS. 6095, fo. 37 ; Guil., p. 395. 
„ Eichard, of Powder Heys, Devon, arms and crest granted 10 Dec. 1554, by 

T. Hawley. Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 39 and 207 ; Harl. MS. 1116, fo. 67 ; 

1562, Quarterly coat confirmed, fo. 39 ; copy of grant, Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 

38, fo. 62. 
DUKESON, Eichard, S.T.P., and rector of St. Clements Danes, a chaplain to the 

King, 3 May 1666. Bysshe's Grants, fo. 17, Her. Coll. ; Harl. MS. 1105, 

fo. 20. 
DUKENFIELI), Robert, of D[ukenfield], Cheshire, confirmed .... 1()13 or 1623, by 

R. St. George, Norr. Guil. 57 ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 32" (1613). 
DuMMER, . . . ., az., 3 fienrs de lis or, on a chief of the 2'^'' a lion issuant gu., . . . ., 

by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 37". 
DuNCOMBE, John, of Stewkeley, Bucks, gift .... 1560, 3 Q. Eliz. (Harvey's 

Grants). Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 18. 
DuNHEVED, see Launceston. 
Dun, Daniel, Doctor of the Lawe, now of Essex. Add. MS. 4966, fo. 31, 8 Aug. 

1588, bv Cooke, copy of grant, Brit. Mas. 
W">, his brother, D'' of Physic, now of Bristol. Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. lO.s", 

1422, fo. 107", and 5887, fo. 91, Quarterly. 
Dun (Dunn), Sir Daniel, Kt., Dean of the Arches, and his brother William, Doctor 

of Physic, incomplete grant of quarterly coat and crest, Dec. 1604, by 

Camden. Cott. MS. Faustina E. 1., 416, and Harl. MS. 6095, fo. 3". 
„ Sir Daniel, Doctor of the Civil Lawe, Quarterly Coat and Crest, 10 Feb. 

1605-6, by Camden. Harl. MSS. 6095, fo. 3", and 1422, fo. 108, a new 

patent for alteration in Coat and Crest, 26 March 1607, by W. Camden. 

Harl. MSS. 6095, fo. 7, and 5887, fo. 91. 
DuNCHB, William, of Little Wittenham, Berks, gift .... 1561 (Harvey's Grants). 

Add. MS. l(;,9-lii, fo. 39". 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE EKD OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 79 

DuxNiNO, Ricliard, of Denton, Norfolk. U Jan. lfiG4. Hurl. MS. 1105, fo. 40 ; 

called Running in Bjsslie's Grants 33, Her. Coll. See BuNxiNC;. 
DcxsTER, Giles, of Sevcnington, Soniersetsh., 7 Jnne 1GG4. Byssbe's Grants, 

fo. 7, Her. Coll. ; Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 18 ; of Seavington, Kent, and 17"' 

of .June in Gnil., p. 300 ; Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 48. 
DrxTHOUNE, William, of co. Cainb., 2 March 14(;7-8,by T. Holme, first "Xorroy." 

Siowe MS. 1047, fo. 20G''. 
Duri'A, Thomas, gent., usher, daily wailcr, crcsi ',) Feb. 1G7|, by Sir W'" Du^dale, 

Gart., and St. George, Xorr. Harl. .MS. (;,S34, fo. 78; (iraiils ill., 

fo. 77. 
„ Brian, D.D., Bishop of Winchester, Augmentation Aug. ICGO, by Walker, 

Gart. Her. Coll., 33. 
Dl-RAXT of Durant, eo. Derby, .July IGOC, by Caiiulen, Duraiit and 

St. Lyse qiiarlerly. Harl. MSS. 1 li'i', fo. 1',)", and CO'.to, To. .V ; Guil., 

p. 55. 
DrRLEW, see Ccrlkw. 
DuRXiNG, Edward, of Lanes 15(;9, by C.x)ke. Harl. MS. 1422, 

fo. 42'>. 
Dyer, George, of Waterplace in Hertfordshire , by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1350, 

fo. 91)"; Add. MS. 4906, fo. 19. 
,. Sir .James, of Stoughton, Hunts, Knt., Lord Chief Justice of Com. Pleas, \' 

son of Richard, of Wynoalton, or Wymoalton, eo. Somerset, crest, a falcon 

out of a coronet, grant 20 April 1575, by G. Dethick and Cooke. Stowe 

MS. 676, fo. 45", 47 ; Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 83, with remainder to nephew 
„ James, as above (crest, a goat's head, etc.), with remaind"' to ne|ihew 

Tjawrence, same date. Copies i.f grants, see Q's Coll. 0.\f. JJS. 37, fo. 58, 

61 (MS. 145, fo. 37'>) ; Grants L, 113, 260. 
Dyers' Cohpany, 14 Oct. 1577, 19 Q. Eliz., crest and supporters added to their 

old arms, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 7.V' ; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 44 

(Nov.). 
Dyke, Dike, Thomas, of Horsham, Sussex, and to brethren 

„ Robert, of London, merch', etc. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 56 ; C. 24 [Visit. 

Lond., 1034], 56, Her. Coll. ; Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 7". 
Dymock, Francis, of Erdington, co. Warwick, quarterly, 17 June 1584 or 1589, 

23 Eliz. [1580-81]; by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 100", and 1422, 

fo. 120" ; Add. MS. 4960, fo. 89 ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 48 ; copy of grant, 

Harl. MS. 1116, fo. 34". 
Dymmock, John, of London, coat and crest . . . ., Barker's Grants. Harl. MS. 

5846, fo. 31" ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 36. 
DiMOCKE, William, Master of the Assaye (? descended of Collier, alias Dynioeke, of 

Stone, CO. Staff.). Stowe MS. 70(i, fo. 67", by Camden, Clar. 

Dyne , of Greensted, Essex, , by Bysshe. Harl. MS. 1105, Wk 15. 

Dy'NXE, Robert, of Heydon, Norfolk, gent., crest 28 June 1577, by Cooke. Add. 

M.S. 14,295, fo. 81 ; Harl. MS. 1052, fo. 192, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. ; 

s. of Henry, 2nd s. of Robert, brother and heir of John, wh. Robert was 

K. of John by Jone, d. and coheir of John Ailhvarte. Harl. MS. 5887, 

fo. 73". 
DvOTT, John, of Stvehbroko, co. Staff., crest granted 20 Feb. 1559-60, by 

G. Dethiek. ':^LS. Ashm. 858, pp. 113, 115, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; 

Harl. -MS. 1441, fo. 61"; (20 Feb., 2 Q. Eliz., 1559-60), in Stowe MS. 

077, fo. 11, and Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 2 ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 47. 
Dysox, Henrv, of Iiikborougb, eo. Wore. 4 Feb. 1630-1, by R. St. George. Add. 

MS. i4,295, fo. 69" ; C. 30, 72, Visit, of Worce.-tersh. 1634, Her. Coll. ; 

MS. Ashm. 858, pp. 123-4, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Harl. JIS. 6179, 

fo, 39". 



80 GRANTEES OP ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

E 

Eade, Jdlin, of CO. Warwick, confirmed .... l.T[G]g. (Ilarvej-'s Grants) AdJ. 

MS. l(;/.)40, fo. 29''. 
Eales, ]jiike, ofRuncton Holme, Xorfolk, one of her Majesty's physicians, and his 

brother Thomas, 2 Nov. 1(570, by Walker. Copy of grant, Harl. MS. 

1172, fo. Ul"; Add. MSS. 14,293, fo. 73, and 14,294, fo. 21'^; Gnil., 

p. 390. 
E.\RLic, ErasMins, of Salle, Norfolk, cs(|., s. of Tho^ s. of .Tojjn, 12 April U;3.'i, by 

n. St. George. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 105 ; Grants IL, 49(;'' ; Le Neve's 

M.S. 402. 
„ i\rartin, of Tattersell, co. Line, gent;., 8 Mav 1558, by G. Dethick. Karl. 

MS. 1441, fo. 85 ; Q's Coll. O.xf. MS. 145, to. 40''. 
EakIjES, .John, D.D. (s. of Tho^ Registrar of the Archbp's Court York), cliaplaiu 

to Chas. II. (after Dean of Westminster, Clerk of the Closet to Chas. II. 

and Bp. of Salisbury), 1 Aug. 1060, by Walker. Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 70 ; 

Add. JISS. 14,293, fo. 87, and 14,294," fo. 26 ; Guil., p. 282. 
Earnixg, Anthony, of London, Merchant, 6 Dec. 1662, 14 Chas. II. Harl. MS. 

1105, fo. 16"; Bvsshe's Grants, fo. 2, Her. Coll. ; Guil., p. 214 ; Harl. MS. 

1(186, fo. 14". 
East India Merchants', Company of, grant of arms, crest and supporters 4 Feb. 

1600-1, by W. Dethick, Camden and Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 79'' ; 

Stowe MS. G76, fo. 134 ; Morgan's Sphere Jib. iii., 107 ; Her. and Geneal., 

i., 124 ; Add. MS. 5533, fo. 135 ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 36, fo. 87, copy of 

grant. 
East Indies, English Company trading to the, arras, crest and supporters 13 Oct. 

1098, by T. St. George, Gart. and Clar. Grants IV., 282. 
Eastdave, Henry, of Saltwood, Kent, .... by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 105" ; 

called John in Stowe MS. 670, fo. 48", and Add. MSS. 14,297, fo. 48", and 

4966, fo. 25 (Henry). 
Eastmont, John, of Sherborne, Dorset, 23 May 107O. Harl. JIS. 1105, fo. 21" ; 

Bvsshe's Grants, fo. 24, Her. Coll. 
Eddowes, John, of Chalton, Cheshire, a benefactor to the College of Arms, 7 Nov. 

1673. Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 46. 
Eden, Robert, of Durham, now of West Auckland .... 1573, by Flower. Add. 

MS. 14,295, fo. 74" (fo. 55), quarterly ; Harl. MS. 0140, fo. 27". 
Edgare, Thomas, of Blewbery, Berks, coat and crest. Barker's Grants ; Harl. 

MSS. 5840, fo. 34, and 1422, fo. 17. 
„ William, of Great Glemham, Suif., coat and crest. Barker's Grants ; (10 Sept. 

1545, Stowe MS. 077, fo. 21") ; 16 Sept., Harl. MSS. 1085, fo. 17". and 

5840, fo. 33 ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 38" ; Grants I., ]>. 7. 
Edge, Cap' Thomas, of London, s. of Ellys, of Bhicklionic, co. Lane, s. of John by 

Alice, dau. of George Answorth of Answi'iih. cm. Lime, uiait 5 Oct. 1021, 

by Camden. Stowe MS. 077, fo. 39", 40, cpv of liianr, r.rii. Jlns. 
Edgecombe, Peter, alias Piers, of M' Edgcombe, Devon, cre.st lo ilareh 1573-4, 

by R. Cooke, Clar. Grants!., 18. 
Edisbury, Kenwricke, Merthwell, co. Denbigh, servant to K. James, certified by 

W. Camden (no date). Grants II., 590. 
Edjioxdi.s, .... of Cossington, Hants, descended from Edmondes of Baylies, 

CO. Sussex, Quarterly : 1 and 4, or, a fess vaire, in chief 3 martlets gu., a 

crescent for diff. .... by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 38. 
„ .... of Sussex .... by Segar, gu., a fesse vaire, in chief 3 martlets or. 

Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 38. 
Edmonds, Sir Clement, Clerk of the Counsel, Knt., July 1610, by Camden. Harl. 

MSS. 1422, fo. 21, and 6095, fo. 12". 
Edmunds, Henry, Worsborough Hall, Yorks, 1 Sept. 1665, by W. Dugdale, Norr. 

Foster's Yorkshire Pedigrees ; Visit. Yorks, 1665, Surtees Soc, p. 9. 



GR=ik.NTEKS OF ARMS TO THE EXl) OP I'HE XVIT. CKXTURY. Rl 

Edmoxdr, John, of nodina;ton, Oxon., coat and cirst. Add. MS. 2«,702, fo. 11 ; 
Barker's Gnmts ; Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 33; Stowc MS. 692, fo. 38^ 
., Svmoii, uf London, merclit.. 12 June 1640, by Sir J. Borougli, Gart. Add. 
'MS. 26,702, fo. 93 ; Guil., p. 381 ; Edwards in Ilarl. MS. 1105, fo. 57. 
Edmondes, Thomas, of Plymouth, Devon, 22 July 159!), by Camden. Ilarl. MSS. 

1422, fo. 17, and 6095, fo. 1 ; Guil., p. 165. 
Edmunds, Thomas, Worsboroniih Hall, Yorks, 1 Jan. 1647-8, by Bysshe or Ryley. 
See new sjraiit to llcnrv Rdmunds, ](;65, and Poster's Yorkshire Pedigrees. 
Edmoxsox, Thomas, (;it,y ,)f York . . . . 1(;12, by K'. St. George, Norr. Stowe MS. 

70(;, fo. U ; Harl. MSS. 614o, fo. 72, and 6179, fo. 13^ 
EDiTi.Pir Enoi.i''K or Edoulfe, Symou, of Breuset, Kent, gent., crest granted 3 July 
1 Q. Hliz., 1559, by G. Dethick. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 78; Q's Coll. Oxf. 
j\[S. 39, fo. 99 ; Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 6 (l)y Harvey and G. Dethick), ? new 
crest, 14 April 1562,4 Hliz.; MS. Ashiii. 858, p. 22, copy of grant, 
Bodleian liib. 

Edward. William, of Salop, confirmed 1560. (Harvey's Grants), Add. MS. 

16,940, fo. 14". 
Edw.iRDS, . . . ., of Southouse and London, granted .... by Cooke. Stowe MS. 
670, fo. S*" ; Guil., p. 228, az., on a bend cottised argt. three martlets 
gules. 
„ .... Quarterly, arg., 3 dragons' heads erased vert, each devouring a hand 

sinister couped ppr., vulned gu. ; quartering, 2 Morgan, 3 ,4 Carleon ; 

22 Sept., 2 Chas., 1626, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 38" ; Harl. MS. 
1476, fo. 30. 

„ Christopher, of London by Cooke. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 28. 

„ Richard, of Henlowe, Beds, confirmed 27 Aug. 1632, by R. St. George, Clar. 
Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 56"; C. 31, Visit, of Bedfordshire [1634], 63, 
Her. Coll. 
„ Simon, of London, Merchant, 12 June 1640, by Borough. Harl. MS. 1105, 

fo. 57 ; Edmonds in Guil., p. 381 ; Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 93. 
„ Thomas, of London, cheesemonger, descended out of Wales, arg., a fesse erra. 
cotised sa. between 3 martlets of the last .... by Segar. Add. MS. 
12,225, fo. 38". 
EuERTOX, Charles, augmentation for services in Ireland, crest and augmentation 
20 Aug. 1574, by Narbon, Ulster King of Arms. Copy of grant, Brit. 
Mus. ; Add. MS." 14,295, fo. 49 ; see Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 23 ; Q's ColL 
Oxf. MS. 146, fo. 30. 
„ John, of Egerton and Oulton, Cheshire, confirmed crest ? 7 Aug. 1580, by 
Flower. MS. Ashm. 834, p. 24", copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Gut)., 
p. 335. 
„ Thomas, Knt., Keeper of the great seal, crest granted 20 May 1596, by 
W. Dethick. Stowe MS. 676, fo. 117, copy of grant, and in Latin in Q's 
Coll. Oxf. MS. 36, fo. 55. 

Egleston. Thomas, Winchelsea, Sussex, by Cooke. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 6". 

Elcoke, Alexander, of Stopford, Cheshire 1613, by R. St. George. Harl. 

MS. 1422, fo. 14. 
Eld, Richard, Treasurer of the Companies in Ulster, confirmation 12 Sept. 1574, 
by Xarbon, Ulster K. of A. MS. Ashm. 858, pp. 121-2, copy of grant, 
Bodleian Lib. ; Add. MS. 12,474, fo. 20. 
Eldred, Anne, see Blaikway, 1652, copy of grant, by Bysshe. Harl. MS. 1172, 
fo. 18. 
„ John, of ].,ondon and Buckenham, Norfolk (4th s. of John, of Knetsall, 
Norfolk), difference granted 10 June 1592, by W. Dethick. Harl. MSS. 
1422, fo. 42, and 1172, fo. 43 (Guil. 356) ; copy of grant, see Harl. MS. 
6140, fo. 28". 
„ John, Colchester, Essex, 14 Feb. 1630-1, by R. St. George. Add. MS. 
14,295, fo. 69 ; C. 21, [Visit] Essex [1634], fo. 156, Her. Coll. 



82 GEA^'TEES OF ARMS TO THE END OE THE XVII. CENTURY. 

Ei.FnED, George, Hove, Sussex, 11 July 1G82, by Sir W"» Dugdale, and Clar. 

Hail. ilS. CSa-i, fo. 178 ; Grants III., fo. 150. 
Elkyn [William], Alderman [and Mercer], of London, . . . ., coat and crest not 

given. Barkers Grants. Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 34". 
Elkix, or Elkyn, the late W™, citizen and Alderm., of London, late dec'' (and to 

his dau. Ursnla), buried 20 Nov. 1595. By W. Dethick. Stowe MS. G7fi, 

fo. 113, half a year after his death, who had for the same five pound. 

Never any king of amies could make a man a gentleman after his death 

but this Garter, enti by R. Brooke, York Herald. Harl. MS. 1453, fo. 34 ; 

Certificate by W. Detliick, Gart. ; Q's Coll. O.xf. MS. 3(;, fo. 48 ; Grants L, 

248. See Wylkes, Alice. 
Elken, Richard, of London, gent., grant 5 ilarch, 4 Ed. VL, 1549-50, by 

G. Dethick, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 1470, fo. 222, and Q's 

Coll. Oxf. MSS. 36, fo. 48, and 37, fo.29, and 38, fo. 56 ; Harl. MS. 1359, 

fo. 7". 
ELKiNfiTON, Thomas, of London, 22 Oct. 1608, by Camden, and to his uncles 

Henry, Tho., and Edward {see Burke). Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 20% and 

6095, fo. 10 ; Guil. 74. 
Elleeker, Edward, of Risby, Yorks, .... 1545, by C. Barker. Harl. MS. 5807, 

fo. 33. 
„ Sir Rauf, of Risby, Yorks, gift of crest 20 March 154G, Barker's Grants. 

Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 33" ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 38" ; Genealogist, i., 290. 
Elyotte, . . . ., of London, crest, by Harvey, Clar. Add. MS. 16,940, fo. lO". 
Elliott, of Suffolk (Richard), grant 8 April 1613 or Nov. 1614, by Camden, 

or, a fesse gu. between 2 bars gemelles wavy sa. Crest, an elephant's head 

couped or, eared and tusked gu. Harl. MS. 6095, fo. 31 ; Richard, Nov. 

1613, in Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 39. 
Elyott, Anne, dau. of John, gift .... 1563 (Harvey's Grants), sa., on a pile undee 

between 2 crastells [_sk, Castells] or, a lion ramp' a/-., langued and armed 

gu. Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 14. 
Ellyott, Edmond, citizen and Fishmonger of London, Scocheon deli\'' 12 June 

1594, by Lee, arms and crest. "Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 31"; Add. MS. 

14,295, fo. 26"; Stowe MS. 670, fo. 58" ; William in Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 14". 
Eliott, John, citizen and Mercer of London, crest given 8 March 1555-6, 2 and 

3 Phil, and Mary, by Harvey. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 19 ; 7th of -March in 

Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 12; Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 10"; Crest, a dcmi- 

pegasus gu., the mayne and wings gold ; Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 14". 
Elyott, Thomas, of Greene'place, Surrey, "per W. I)[ugdale]." Le Neve's MS. 

255. 
„ Thomas and John, sons of Richard, " their cousin William, master of 

the King's chancellerie," grant of arms and crest, 1492, on the day of the 

translation of S' Thomas the Martyr of Canterbury (? 31 Dec), by Johu 

Writhe, Gart. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 13, copy of grant. 
Ellis, Humphrey, of Flints, Feb. 1587-8, 30 Q. Eliz., by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 

1359, fo. 108, and 1422, fo. 84" ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 57". 
„ John, S' Paul's Churchy", London, Draper, Sheriff of Herts (1668), by 

Bysshe. Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 32. 
„ John, of Yale, co. Denbigh, pensioner to Q. Eliz., Quarterly Coat. Harl. 

MS. 1422, fo. 112". 
Ellys, Dame Joyce, dau. of John Elys of Devonshire, wife of Everard Feilding of 

Cold Newnam, co. Warw., coat only, Barker's Grants. Harl. MS. 5sl(;, 

to. 37 ; Stowe MSS. 692, fo. 41, and 702, fo. 115. 
Ellis, Thomas, of Swyushed, co. Line, coat and crest . . . ., Barker's Grants. 
Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 32" ; Stowe x\IS. 692, fo. 38. 
„ 'J'homas, of Doncaster, Yorks, gent., Grant 1 Feb., 3 Ed. VL, 1548-9, l)y 

G. Dethick. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 59 ; copy of grant, Q's Coll. Oxf. iMS. 

39, fo. 21. 



GRANTEKS OF ARMS TO TUK ENU OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 83 

Elliston. .Ixscph. of Tilliiisham, 2iid s. of Mattliuw, of Heveniiigluuu Chestell, 
llsscx, to them and "their descendants, confirmed by R. St. George. Add. 
MS. 1 l,-.>!)3, fo. 22. 

Eli.noh , Arg. on a cross sa. between 4 Cornish choughs ppr. 5 bezants, by 

Sesrar. Add. MS. 12.225, fo. 89. 
Elton, Nicholas, of London, Merch' Taylor, s. of Richard, of Kingston T;isle, co. 
Berks, confirmed by Camden and by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, to. 3'J ; 
C. 24, fo. 457° [Visit. London, 1634], Her. Coll., and Guil. 401 ; Harl. 
MS. 1105, fo. 3. 
Elweys, William, Broxton. Notts, Quarterly, exemplified by Cooke. Stowe JMS. 

670, fo. Sl^ ; Add. MS. 14,297, fo. 29". 
Emerson, Raffe, Foxtou. co. Dnrliam, by Thos. Wall, Gart., 1534-5, 26 H. VIU. 

(Burke's Armory) ; Harl. MS. 1397, fo. 257. 
Emerv, Thomas, ats Amery, of Little Badow, Essex, 20 May 1628, by Segar. 
Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 39"; Guil. 358, and C. 21, fo. 78 [Visit. Essex, 
1034], Her. Coll. 
Emmanuel College, Cambridge, 1 Jan. 1588-9, by Cooke, Clar. Cat. Her. 
Exhib. Soc. of Antiq., 09. 

ExDERny arg., a fesse vert cotised (?betw. two barrulets) gu., by Cooke .■'.... 

Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 120 ; Add. MS. 4900, fo. 90". 
England. Sir Gw.rg.', of Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, 9 Nov. 1671, by Bysshe, Clar. 

Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 40 ; Add. MS. 29,785, fo. 3 ; Bysshe's Grants, 34. 
Englebert, Hugh, of Lawrenny. co. Pembroke, 
„ George, of London, 
„ John, of Killington, Middlesex, 

„ William, of London, sons of Nicholas, of Sherborne, Dorset, grandchildren of 
Roger, 27 May 1602, by Camden. Guil. 02. 
English, William, of Wadhurst, Sussex. 
„ Henrv, of Lincoln's Inn. 

, Tiioinas, of Buckland, nr. Maidstone, esq., 7 May 1662. Bysshe's Grants, 
fo. 13. Her. Coll.; Stowe MS. 703, fo. 70 ; Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 19. 
Epes, Allen, of the Isle of Thanet, exemplified by Segar. MS. Rawl. B. 87, fo. 18, 

Bodleian Lib. 
Erlseman, John, of Westover, Isle of Wight, s. of John, of the same, grant 9 July 
1592, bv W. Dethick. Stowe MS. 670, fo. ss, 101, copy of grant ; Q's 
Coll. O.xf. MS. 30, fo. 20. 
EscAFFLES, Edward, rightly Traffles. 

EsKiNTON London, .... Oct. KHjS. Burke's Armory. See Elkinton. 

Esse or Ashe, Devon, confirmed Dec. 1013, by Camden. Harl. MSS. 1432, 

fo. 38", and 0095, fo. 28. 

Essex, Edmond, of London, 1590, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 90". 

„ Sir William, of AVilts H. VI. Add. MS. 20,702, fo. 31. 

EssiNGTON, William and Thomas, sons of John, late of Cowley, nr. Essiugton, co. 

Glouc, descend'' of the elder house of two of the surname and family, 

confirmed 28 July 1010, by Sesar. Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 77 ; Add. MS. 

12,225, fo. 3!)"; Guil. 371. 

EsTCOUKTE, Thomas, of Shipenmoyne, co. Glouc, Quarterly .... Nov. KJOO, by 

Camden. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 108, and 6095, fo. 8. 
EsTERCOMBE, sfc Warre (Ilicliard. an error, of Somerset, esq., 10 July 1570, by 

G. Dethick. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 85). 
EsTON, .... of Holme, co. Bedf., coat (neither date nor king). Add. MS. 1-1,295, 
fo. 107, certified by H. St. George, Norr. 
.. John, of Southwark, Surrey, coat and crest .... Barker's (irants ; Harl. 
MS. 5840, fo. 33" : Stowe :MS. 092, fo. 38" ; Harl. MS. 1422. fo. 14". 
EsTWiCKE, Christopher, of Milton Grange, co. Bedf., gent., confirmed 15 Feb. 
1579-80, by Sir G. Dethick, Gart. Copy of grant, Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, 
fo. 101 ; Le Neve's MS. 419. 



84 GRANTEES OF AUMS TO THE EKl) OP THE XVII. CENTURY. 

Etherington, Sir Richard, of Ebberstone, Yorks, Kut., confirmed 21 May 1G13, 

by R. St. George. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 43''. 
„ Thomas, of Dryfeilde, Yorks, Esq., s. and h. of W"', grant 1567, by 

Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 26 ; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 15^. 
Eton College, .... 1 Jan., 27 H. VI., 1448-9. Copy of grant, Brit. Mus., 

Stowe MS. 840, fo. 60" ; Excerpta Hist., p. 47 ; Her. and Geneal. i., 119 ; 

Charta, 27 Hy. VI., No. 48 : Cat. Her. Exhib. Soc. of Antiq., plate xxxvi. 
Evans, William, of London, gent., born in co. Merioneth, Wales, granted 20 i\ov. 

1581, by G. Dethick. Copy of grant, Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 37, fo. 73 ; Stowe 

MS. 676, fo. 54. 
Evelyn ats Avblin, George, of Lodington (Long Ditton), Suney, gent., s. of 

John, s. of Roger, etc., crest 3 Aug. 1572, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1507, 

fo. 115, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. ; Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 115 ; Misc. Gen. 

et Her., 2nd S., vol. i., p. 1, plate ; Cat. Her. Exhib. Soc. of Antiq. ; Q's 

Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 86 ; MS. 146, fo. 4i;. 
Evenington, see Evington. 
EVERABD, of Suffolk crest. Barker's Grants ; Hml. MS. 5846, fo. 34*' ; 

Stowe MS. 692, fo. 38". 
„ Richard, of Hawkeden, Suff'., 17 Sept. Kill, liy W™ Camden. Harl. MS. 

1085, fo. 19. 
EvERARD impaling Wiseman. Quarterly e(jat. " I did see Rob'- Cooke's hand at 

this impaled" (J. Withie). Harl. MS. 1359, fo. US"; Add. MS. 4966, 

fo. 62. 
„ Robert, of Spaxton pai-ish, Somerset. 1 Jan. 1660-(;i, by Walker, Gart. 

Her. Coll. 31. 
EvERDS (rightly Everad, Harl. MS. 1116), Edwai'd at London 10 March 

(1 Q. Mary) 1553-4, by G. Dethick. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 62" ; copy of 

certif. or grant, Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 85 ; copy of grant, Harl. MS. 

1116, fo. 45 ; Grants L, fo. 47. 
EvERSHED, John, of Evershed, par. of Ockley, nr. Dorking, Surrey, 11 March 

1696-7, by T. St. George, Gart. and Clar. Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 169; 

Misc. Gen. et Her., ii., 191 ; Grants IV., 222 ; Le Neve's MS. 463. 
Every, John, of Somerset, Serg' at arms to H. VIII. , Ed. VI., Q. Mary and 

Q. Eliz June 1604, by Camden. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 17", 5839, 

fo. 2", 2275, fo. 90", and 1115, fo. 8". 
Evington, Nicholas, s. of Rich*, s. of Richard, of Halsted,co. Line , \l Feb. 1612, 

bv Camden. Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 61"; Elsington in Caius Coll. Camb. 

MS. 551, fo. 31". 
loviNc.uoN ais Evington, Thomas, of Enfield, Middx., 2nd s. of Francis, of 

Casewick, co. Line, (who bore arg., a fesse azure with a label of three 

points gules), arras and crest granted 10 Oct. 1614, by Segar. Add. MS. 

12,225, fo. 40 ; Guil. 346, where he is called James, 2nd s. of Thomas, and 

Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 62 ; Evenington in Le Neve's MS. 351. 
Ewens, John, of Wincanton, co. Somerset, arms and crest given 11 May 1578, by 

Cooke. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 14 : Harl. MSS. 1395, fo. 20" ? and 1422, 

fo. 51, alibi Baron of the Exchequer ; Ihirl. MS. 1166, fo. 88 ; Add. MS. 

4966, fo. 84. 
„ (Matthew) Baron of the Exchequer .... l)y Ro. Cooke, Clar. Harl. MS. 

1359, fo. 104" and pedigree ; see Evans in Stowe MS. 606, fo. 46 ; Hail. 

MS. 5887, fo. 79. 
Ewer, Isaac, Col. of a reg' of foot under Genl. Sir Tho^ Fairfax, 22 Feb. 1647-8, 

by Bysshe. Add. MS. 26,758, fo. 14, copy of grant; Stowe MS. 677, 

fo. 36 ; Harl. MS. 6832, fo. 414. 
„ William. See Stowe MS. 697, fo. 109". 
E.veter, City of, ... . confirmed. (Harvey's Giants), Add. JIS. 16,940, fo. 7. 
„ The Merchants of, confirmed . . , '. 15G0. (Harvey's Grants), Add. MS. 
16,940, fo. 12". 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF TUE XVII. CENTURY. 85 

EXETEH, Mevchiiiit Tiiylors of, ... . (Harvey's Grants), Add. MS. 10,940, 

fo. :i7''. 
ExMEW, Sir Tlionias, ifayor ..f London, 1517, Hun. VIII. Add. MS. 2(;,70-', 

I'o. 3i;". 
Eay (Eye), Town of, Suffolk, grant 20 April ir)92, by W. Dethick. Stowe MS. 

676, fo. D.i, copy of grant ; Q's Coll. 0.\f. MS. 30, fo. 7. 
Eyn.sham, Anneys, dan. of .lolin, of London, Grocer, exemplified 28 Feb. 1 L53-i 

(see also Randolf, .John). MS. Ashni. 834, i., fo. 3", copy of grant, 

Bodleian Lib. 
Kyre, Henry, of London, 1589, by Cooke. 1589 in Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 101, and 

1583 in Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 94^ 
„ Robert, of Eye, Suffolk, descended of the house of Hope of Darbishire and of 

Eyre aforesaid by bis mother ; coat and crest. Barker's Grants ; Stowe 

MS. 692, fo. 90^ Had. MS. 5846, fo. 32"; (?Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 19% 

Quarterly arms, confirmed 1558). 
„ Thomas, of Buckingham, 8 April, 22 Ed. IV., 1482, by T. Holme, Clar. ; 

entered 26 June 1566 at the Visitation, by Hervey. Stowe MS. 714, 

fo. 169 ; Harl. MS. 3968, fo. 27". 
Eytox, William, of the house of Wickstie, co. Denbigh, and 

„ Richard, his brother, esquire and sergeant of armes to Q. Eliz. : Quarterly 

of 6 and crest coufirraed 12 Aug. 1577, by G. Dethick. Harl. MS. 1441, 

fo. 69, and Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 13" ; Harl. MS. 1972, fo. 62. 



Fagge, Sir John, Bart, (among Cooke's Gifts). Stowe MS. (i70, fo. 62"; Add. 

MS. 14,297, fo. 62". 
Faykebeard, Robert, of Northmore, co. Oxf., 19 Aug. 1640, by Borough. Harl. 

MSS. 1105, fo. 57", and 6179, fo. 23 ; Caius Coll. Camb. MS. 528, fo. 2, 

for copy of grant ; Guil., p. 398. 
Fairisoune, Sir Palmes, Knt., Commander-in-Chief of City of Tangier, s. of 

Stafford Fairborne and grandson of Jervis, crest 25 Aug. 1677, by H. St. 

George, Norr. Stowe MS. 714, fo. 120 ; Grants IIL, 64'; Harl. MS. 6832, 

fo. 355. 
Fayrechylde, Joan, wife unto John I;ewys of Moorelake, Surrey, gift .... 1504. 

Harvey's Grants, Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 6" and 56. 
FaircIjOUGH, Hugh, of London. Citizen and Clothworker, confirmed 2 Nov. l,",8;!. 

by G. Dethick. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 68 ; Q's Cull. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 12. 
Faish, .... by Cooke. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 63. 
FAiiCONER, .... of London .... exemplified .... paly of 6, arg. and gii., on 

a bend vert three trefoils slipped or ... . by Segar. Add. 5IS. ii',-_'2.'), 

fo. 40. 
Faldoe, Robert, of Maldon, Bedf., esq., ci'esc 23 Aug. 1594, by Lee ; tiie arms of 

Chamberlayne his wife, quarterly of 9, are also ti-icked. Add. MS. 14,2'.)5, 

fo. 25 ; Stowe MS. 706, fo. 10 ; Harl. MSS. 1069, fo. 10", and 07o, to. .")7; 

Add. MS. 14,297, fo. 57. 
Fane, George, of Kent, crest, confirmed .... 1559. Harvey's Grants, Add. MS. 

16,940, fo. 6. 
Fanshawe, Henry, of London, gift .... 15[6]f. Harvey's Grants, Add. MS. 

16,940, fo. 16. 
„ John, of Fanshawe Gate, co. Derby, Master of the Court of Remembrance to 

Q. Eliz., assigned 14 Jan. 1571," by Cooke, G. Dethick and Flower. Stowe 

MS. 676, fo. 41 ; Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 77 ; MS. Ashm. 834, fo. 28, copv of 

grant, Bodleian Lib., and Q's Coll. Oxf. MSS. 37, fo. 125, 126, and 145, 

fo. 14, 27: Or, two chevrons erm. betw. three fieurs-de-lis sa. ; crest, a 

dragon's head erased or charged with two chevrons (arms of Fanshawe of 



86 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

Dronfield, co. Derby, according to Burke). Add. MS. 7098, fo. 79 aud 31^ 

copy of graat, Brifc. Mus. ; Add. MS. 7098, fo. 79 ; Guil. 129 ; Keliquary, 

xxiii., 254. 
Fanshawe, Richard, Remembrancer of the Exchequer, augmentation by Royal 

Warrant, Castle of Elizabeth in Jersey, 8 Feb. 1649-50, by T. Lee, Chester 

Herald. See Walker's Grants, Her. Coll., fo. 3 ; L. ii., fo. 113, 114, Her. 

Coll. ; Misc. Gen. et Her., ii., 121, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. 
Farrington, .... Abbott of Reding. Add. MS. 2G,702, fo. 55. 
Farinrton, William, of Worden, co. Lane, gent., 4t,h s. to Sir Heury, of Farington 

in same co., Knt., crest altered 16 Dec. 1500, by Daltou. Arms Quarterly. 

Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 50 ; Her. and Geneal., i., fo. 81 ; Misc. Gen. et Her., i., 

61, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. 
Farmarey, John, of London, Doctor of physick and first husband to Mary Snode 

(whom see), Dec. 1611, by Camden. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 36^ 6095, 

fo. 17, and 5887, fo. 82". '{See Lister.) 
Farmer, Sir George, Knt., .... alteration .... 1591, by Cooke and Lee. 

Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 90", the anchors to be taken oflF the fesse. 
„ George, one of the prothonotaries of the Court of Commou Pleas (2nd s. of 

Bartholomew, of Ratcliff, co. Leic, gent., see Visit" 1619), alteration 

20 Oct. 1(;63, by Walker. Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 63 ; copy of grant, Harl. 

MS. 1172, fo. 63 ; Add. MSS. 14,293, fo. 60, and 14,294, fo. 15" ; Geneal., 

iii., 61 ; Guil., p. 310. 
Farnaby, Henry, Alderm. of Truro, bore the ancient arms of Farnaby. Grants IL, 

646" ; Le Neve's Notes, 257. 
„ John, of Ciiy of Canterbury (s. of Thomas, of Keppington, Kent), served 

under Prince Rupert, Prince Maurice and others ; imprisoned, plundered, 

sequestered and decimated; [grant] 3 May 1664, by Walker. Harl. MS. 

1172, fo. 37; Add. MSS. 14,293, fo. 43, aud 14,294, fo. 10"; Guil., 

p. 171. 
„ Thomas, of London, gent., another coat, grandfather of Sir Chas., of 

Kippiugton, said to have had a grant in 1630. Grants IL, 646 and 646". 
Farndon ats Farexdon, Peter, of Sedlescombe, Sussex, gent., and to 
„ Tobias, his brother, confirmed 28 Feb. 1634-5, by R. St. George. Harl. MS. 

1470, fo. 5, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. (Guil, p. 260). 
Farr, John, of Hepworth, Isle of Axholme, co. Line, one of the Receivers for the 

Queen, s. of John, s. of John, etc., crest, grant 5 July 1582, by G. Dethick. 

Stowe MS. 676, fo. 57" ; copy of grant, Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 37, fo. 78 ; 

Grants L, 139. 
Farare, .... July 1609, bv Camden. Harl. JISS. 1422, fo. 26", and 6095, 

fo. 11. 
Farrer, Nicholas, of London .... l.-.SS, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 102". 
Faunce, Robert, of CliflFe, Kent, a loyal person, 19 May 1663, by Sir E. Walker, 

Gart. Her. Coll., fo. 50. 
Fauntleroy, Moor (s. of John, s. of W"'), of Crondal, Hants, confirmed 8 Dec. 

1633, by Borough. Harl. MS. 1470, fo. 102, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. ; 

Guil., p. 251. 
Fa WETHER, John, of Briset, Suffolk, late of Henley upon Thames .... 1604, by 

Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 40" ; Vincent MS. 154, fo. 1", Her. Coll., 

and Guil. 292. 
Feckenham, Sir William, and Sir John Sitsylt, controversy 4 June 1332 decided 

in favour of Sir John Sitsylt of Duneombe, co. Hereford. Bossowell's 

Workes of Armorie, p. SI, and Collins' Peerage, ii., 584-5 ; Harl. MS. 980, 

fo. 51. 
Feild, see Field. 
Feilder, John, of Burrow Court, Hants, s. of John, Quarterly coat impaling 

Quarterly coat, riren Sept. 1638, an escocheon, confirmation or grant, by 

Borough. Add. M.S. 14,295, fo. 90" ; by R. St. George, Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 4. 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVIJ. CENTTmT. 87 

Feke, William, of Lmulon, tjivcn 2 May 1502, bv fooke. (W"', of Wi-htoii in 

Noi-n.lk). Hail. IMS. IMaO, fo. lOO" ; Ackl. MS. 41)(;(!, fo. 85". 
Fexxok Join!, of the Manor of Bciieweks, Susse.v, Rrant 10 Nov. \i)M. :i and 4 

Phil, and Mai-v, by Hawley. Havl. MSS. H70, fo. 2(i3. 15o7. fo. 1 Hi. and 

UK), fo. i-2 ; 'copy of £,Taiit, Q's Coll. 0.\f. MS. 38, fo. C'.t : (iuil.. p. 271 ; 

Grants II., 449 ; Le .Nfeve's MS. 410. 
Fkxton, 'J'iiomas, Anthony and Christophev, sons of Christopher, of Cmkc, Yorks, 

28 Fell. 1578, by W'" Flower, Norr. Sto\ye MS. 70(5, fo. i; ; l.-.Tf. in Ilarl. 

]\1S. Clio, fo. fi8^ 
Fi:x\vicK, Col. Holier, certified 2'.) .Tune 1(M7, hv I'reston. P.nik.-V Arniory ; *w 

Add. :\IS. -f.iCC, f.i. II. 
William, of WalHiiuion. Northuiiiherlund .... crest, by (J. Delhiek, dart. 

Add. JIS. 32,(559. fo. 12. 
FEinuiru, .lohii crest Barker's Granis, Harl. MS. 5s|(;, fo. 35"; 

Stowe MS. 692, fo. 42 ; Harl. MS. 0179, fo. 13. 
Feioiok, Alexander, of Welth or Walth, Sussex, p:cnt., s. of W'", s. of .Tolm, etc., 

crest 10 Nov. 1575, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1507, fo. 119, and 1422, 

fo. 119 ; copy of grant, Q's Coll. Oxf. JIS. 38, fo. 91. 
Ferxe, John, of Crakemarsh, co. Staff., .)nly 1583, by Flo\ver. Harl. MS. 1453, 

fo. 75. 
Fe.\I!XK, John, of Crake Marsh, co. Stafford, 2iid lirother to W'"\ s. of \V'", of 

'['(Miiple Behvood, co. Line, 2 Feb. (? 1578-9), by G. nothick. Harl. ^fS. 

I I II, fo. (57, and Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. lo". 
Fkhxk UulieiT, Bonsall, co. Derby .... 1(544, by Sir H. St. (xeorge, (iart., and 

T,e Neve, Norr. Stowe MS. 716, fo. 68. 
AYiUiaui, in Temple Belwood, co. Line, 2 Feb. 1578-9, by G. Dofchick. Harl. 

MS. 1441. fo. 84\ and Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 40. 
William, of Temple Belwood, co. Line, (out of Derby), confirmed 27 April 

1585, by Flower. MS. Ashm. 834, fo. 58, copy of grant, Bodleian T^ib. ; 

Gnil., p. 379 ; Reliquary, xxii., 50. 
Fekrand, William, of Skipton within Craven, Yorks, gent., s. of Christofer, s. of 

W">, etc., 20 March 1586-7, by Vhmw. Surtees Soc, Xr>L, p. xlii ; MS. 

Ashm. 844, fo. 68^ copy of grant, !!ndl. i;,n Lib.; Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 13^; 

Guil., p. 74 ; see also Harl. :\ISS. 1 li'i', fo. 13", and 1397, fo. 44", for W"> 

Farrant or Ferrand, D.C.Fi., of :\Iiteham, Surrey, by Glover, Somerset, 

Marshal to Norrov. 
Ferrers, of Badeslev and' Tanwiirth, 1100, fo. 4", 36, 45, 59" ; Warw. 1 167, fo. 3 

(a, b) ; 1563, fo. 2.5", 220". 
„ Lord (Sir Robert Shirley), .... and supporters (Quartenngs E. of 

P. Washington), 12 Dec. 1677, by Sir William Dngdale. Harl. MS. 6834, 

fo. 178 [?] ; Grants IIL, fo. 70. 
Fetherstox-Halgh, John, Stanhope Hall in the P.pk. [of Durlimn], crest 

confirmed to the ancestors of the above, by Flower. Add. -MS. 14,295, 

fo. 78 (fo. 134). 

Feversham (Sir George Sonds), Lord, supporters 28 March 1(;77, 1 1 Qnarterings 

. . . . bv Walker, Gart. Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 178 ; Grants III., 

fo. 53. 
Field, Edmond, of Weston, Herts, s. and h. of Thomas, of same, grant 9 March 

1653-4, confirmed 8 Dec. 1662, by Byssiie, and to his sister Susan. See 

By.sshe's Grants, fo. 8, Her. Coll.; Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 16; Add. MS. 

14,293, fo. 1. 
Feii-D, John, of Ardesloe, Yorks, gent., crest given 4 Sept. 1558, by Harvey. 

Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 18", and 1359, fo. 33 ; Add. MSS. 14,295, fo. 33", 72, 

and 16,940, fo. 59. 
FiLKiN .... of Lincolnshire .... by R. St. George, Clar. Stowe MS. 703, 

fo. 72. 
FiLMER, Robert, of East Sutton, Kent, gent., gift of crest (?) 16 Sept. 1570, by 



88 GRANTEES OP ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 30, 120 ; Dec. in Add. MS. 14,29.5, fo. 20 ; 

Add. M.S. 49(;i;. fo. 90''. 
Finch, Sir ilenenue, i,nnl Daveiitry, supporters 20 Mav IUTI, by Walker, art. 

Harl. MS." 0834, fo. 178 ; Grants III., fo. 36. 
Fynche, Marg-aret, dau. and one of tlie heirs of James Finch (of Norwich ?), late 

wife of Jolin DawL-s, Alderm. of London. Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 

5S4(), fo. 37" ; Stowe MSS. (5'J2, fo. 41, and 702, fo. 11.5. 
FiXET, Sir .Joiui, Kt., one of the assist. Masters of Ceremonies, temp. K. .las. Harl. 

i\IS. (il4(). fo. 48 : Qnarterly of 4 impaling qnartei'ly of 19, and pedigree: 

cei-tilied by W. Camden. Grants II., 004", 000. 
Fi.vsEN, Anne, ux. Richard Nutbrowne of Barking, Essex, 1588, by K. Cooke : 

ijnles, on a fess argent three trefoyles slipped vert. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 95, 

and Berry's Snppt. : Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 130. 
FiREBRACK, ilciii'v ( -f I ).Thvsliire), Chief clerk of the Kitchen to K. Chas. II. and 

sorwi' iM 'K. ('has. r., I Dee. 1(;77, by Sir Wm. Dugdale and H. St. George, 

Norr. llarh .MS. (;,s34, fo. 17S ; Grants III., fo. 73. 
FiRMAGE, Edward, of Ashfield, co. Snff., 1587, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, 

fo. 107, and 1422, fo. 93" ; Add. MS. 4906, fo. 68". 
Fyshe {see Fyske), confirmed 16 Nov. 1633. Burke's Armory. 

„ Walter, of Stowemarket, Suff., by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 89" ; Add. 

MS. 4966, fo. 34" : Sa., a chevron wavy betw. three fleurs-de-lis argt. ; 

Crest, a tiger's head ermine maned and tusked or. 
FvsHER, .... of Hatfield, Herts, .... by Barker, Gart. Harl. MS. 5846, 

fo. 35 ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 42. 
Fisher, .... of London, .... July 1614, by Camden : Or, three demi-lions 

rampt., a fesse dancette (indented) gu. ; [Crest] a demi-lion ramp' gu. 

holding a branch i)pr. Harl. MSS. 6095, fo. 30, and 1422, fo. 39 ; 

Morgan's Sphere, 114 ; Guil., p. 184. 
„ Christopher, of London, gent., father of Henry, of Middle Temple .... by 

Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 41 ; Guil. 208 ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 97. 
„ Sir Edward, of . . . ., s. of Edward, of London, Alderm., s. of Rich'', descended 

out of Staffordshire, 4 Feb. 1607-8, by Camden. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 21, 

and 0095, fo. 11" ; Guil., pp. 208, 361. 
„ Edward, of Miekleton, co. Glouc, 3rd s. of Ricliard, of Lacford (Latchford) 

in Standen, Herts, Esq., descended from Hen., of Alrewas, co. Staff., Esq., 

tcinii. H. VI., confirmed arms and 12 quarters, by Segar. Entry very 

indistinct. Add. MSS. 12,225, fo. 40", and 46,140, fo. 81" ; Harl. MSS. 

5857, fo. 140, and 0179, fo. 15 ; Guil., p. 184. 

„ Henry, by Harvey (?) 1560. Harl. MS. 1116, fo. 56". 

Fysher, Henry, of Lydham Wvcke, Wilts, 10 Oct. 1608, by Camden. Harl. MSS. 

1422, fo. 20", and 6095, fo. 10 ; Guil, p. 361. 
„ Jasper, of Coiston, co. Warwick, crest, by Harvey, Clar. Add. MS. 16,940, 

fo. 60", and Harl. MS. 1116, fo. 55". 
Fisher, John, of Hunts, gent., 22 Ed. IV., 12 July 1482, by Thos. (Holme), Clar. 

Add. MS. 6297, fo. 141 ; Harl. MS. 69, fo. 55" ; MS. Ashm. 857, lb. 523-4, 

copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. 
„ John, Packington, co. Warwick, 1 Jan. 1551-2, by Thos. Hawley, Clar. Add. 

MS. 16,940, fo. 205 ; Harl. MS. 1107, fo. 71". 
„ John, Chilton Caudover, Hants, after 1575, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1544, 

fo. 58. 
FysHKR, John, nf Cdistwii. co. Warwick, confirmed 15[6]f .... Harvey's Grants; 

Add, .MS. IC.'.ilo, fo. 60". 
„ Thonias. ,v«' ll.vwKiiXS, 1548. 
Fisher, Thomas, ol' ijondon (s. of John, of Woodstock, Oxon., out of Lane), 

granted 26 April 1613, by Segar. Guil., p. 409. 
„ William (of Jjondon, merch', s. of William), of Little Over, co. Derby, 10 Nov. 

1660, by Wallier. Add. MSS. 14,293, fo. 93, and 14,294, fo. 27" ; Harl. 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF TlIK XVII. CENTUllT. 89 

MS. 1172, fo. TO"" ; Misc. Cien. et Her., 2nd 8., ii., p. 228, and Genealogist, 

N. S., vi., p. 180 ; Gui!., p. 240 ; copy of grant, see Brit. Mns. 
FisHMONfiEits' Company op LoNnoN, arms, 19 Oct. 1512, bv Wriotliesley, Gart., 

mid Bc'uolto, C'lar. JISS. Ashui. 858, fo. 17, and 8-14,'fo. U, C()i)y of grant, 

Bodleian Lib.; Add. MS. 2G,702, fo. 34"; Hari. Mi^. 1 1 Ui, fo. 2ii" ; 

Crust, Harl. MS. 584(5, fo. 35", Barker's Grants. 
FisKE, see Fyske. 
FrrcHE, .... of Essex, descended from Joiin Fitciie of Fitclie Castle in ye North, 

25 Ed. I., 1297, Qr.arterly, 1 and 4 Fitclic, 2 Allen, 3 Alges, by Segar and 

Penson, Lane. Her. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 41. 
„ Thomas, of Bradenham, Essex, s. of Robert in Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 14", 

without the bordure as in the above, Stowe MS. (170, fo. 515. 
FiTZ Kov, Lady Anne 1 our dear and natural! daughters by our Right trusty and 
„ Lady Charlotte J Right entirely beloved Cousin ]>arbura, Duchess of Cleve- 
land, warrant, 2^ Feb. 1072-3, at Whitehall. To bear our 

royal arms in lozenge with a baston sinister erniiue, as to Charles Fitzroy, 

Earl of Southampton, their eldest brother, by Walker. Harl. MS. 1172, 

fo. 47. 
FiTZ Uryan, John, Llangadock, co. Carmarthen (20 Feb. 1526 in Berry), temp. 

Hy. VIIL: (argent), on a chev. gu. (sable) between three martlets sa. a 

crescent arg., all within a border engrailed of the 2"'' charged with eight 

bezants. Crest, two swords ppr. in saltire, a martlet sa. charged with 

a crescent. Add. MS. 20,702, fo. 40''; Harl. MS. 1052, fo. 21, pedigree. 

See Thos. Jones. 
FiTzwiLLiAir, John, of London, Quarterly, confirmed .... 15[6]| Harvey's 

Grants, Add. MS. 1G,940, fo. 32". 
Flamsted, John, of Rushton, Northants, 28 June 157ei, 13 Q. Eliz., by Cooke. 

Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 121" ; Le Neve's MS. 252. 
Flaye, Thomas, of the city of Exeter, practitioner in phisicke, 27 Nov. 1628, by 

R. St. George. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 67 (L 9, 91"). 
Fi.EETE, Sir John, Knt., Alderni. of City of London, 30 May 1091, by T. St. George, 

Gart. and Clar. Add. MS. 14,831, fo. 58 ; Grants IV., 77 ; Stowe MSS. 

714, fo. 123, and 716, fo. 51 ; (13 May in Guil., p. 239). 
Fleming, Sir Francis, Lieut, of the Ordnance, 1549. Burke's Armory. 
Flemyn(;e, John, of Sharlestone, Yorks, s. of John, s. of John, s. of William, and 

of Alice his wife, d. and coh. of Henry Langfold, 25 Nov. 1571, 14 Q. Eliz., 

by Flower. Harl. MSS. 6140, fo. 70", 1422, fo. 23, and 1359, fo. 9 ; Misc. 

Gen. et Her., vol. i., p. 1, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. 
Flemixi;, Thomas, of Southampton, Esq., after, a Knt., crest 3 June 1584, by 

Cooke (gu., on a chev. betw. three owls arg. one erm. spot sa., Guil.). 

Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 110" ; Add. MS. 14,295,'fo. 30 ; Guil., p. 222 ; Add. 

M.S. 12,474, fo. 51" ; 29 May 1584 in Harl. MS. 5865, fo. 43, and 1588 in 

Harl. ilS. 1544, fo. 138 ; Add. MS. 4900, fo. 29" ; 29 May 1588 in Harl. 

MS. 1544, fo. 138 ; Grants IL, 48U. 
Fletcher, Robert, of Stoke Bardolfe, Notts, by Cooke. Stowe MS. 070, fo. 28 ; 

1552 .... Harl. MS. 1116, fo. 01". 
,, Thomas, of London, gent., s. and h. of John, of Woodstock, Oxf. (descended 

out of Lane), and to John Fletcher his son, 20 April 1618, by Segar. 

Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 42 ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 03. 
Fletchers' Company [of London], 12 Oct., 7 Ed. IV., 1467, by W. Hawkesloe, 

Clar. Genealogist, iv., p. 127. 
Fletewood, John, of Lancashire, grant 6 Jan. 1538, by Barker. Copy of grant, 

Q's Coll. Oxf. M.SS. 38, fo.'20, and 39, fo. 18, and Brit. Mus., Harl. MSS. 

1507, fo. 376, and 5846, fo. 38" ; in a later hand, Stowe MS. 692, fo. 41" ; 

Le Neve's MS. 378. 
Fleetwood, John, of Lancashire, gent., granted at London 1 July, 2 Ed. VI 

1548, by Dethick, Norr. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 1"= ; 4 July in Add. MS. 



90 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO TUE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

1G,940, fo. 20.3, as Thos. ; Argt. [and] or, undee per pale six martlets 

comiterchanged, etc., Grants I., 31G. 
Fleetwood, .John, of Penwovthain, co. Lane, eonfinned 20 June 15G4, by Harvey. 

Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 39" ; CoLt. MS. Faustina E. 1, 29 ; Harl. MS. 1422, 

fo. 23 ; Guil., p. 398 ; Sir Willm. Fleetwood, Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 14". 
Fletewodk, Thomas, of London, Auditor of the co. Pal. of Cheshire and Flint, and 

one of the tellers of the Mint in the Tower of London, grant 1 June 1545, 

37 Henry VOL, by Hawley. Sa., a chev. engr. cheqny [lozengy] gu. and 

or betw. three silver roundels, each charged with a martlet sa. Crest, 

a demi-rabbit [squirrel ppr. collared and chained or, between his paws a 

branch of hazel fructed (Ji-j caiing, stalked and leaved vert. Misc. Gen. et 

Her., 2ud S., vol. ii., p. 273, facsimile ; copy of grant, arms and crest, Q's 

Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 4G. 
„ Thomas, of London, 4 July 1548, by T. Hawley. Add. MSS. 7098, fo. 78", 

and 10,940, fo. 203, same arms as granted to John, by Dethiek. 
Flexney, Ranff, of O.xford f'itv. ucnt.. ^ift .... 1592, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 

1359, fo. 30; Add. .Ms.'i i,i';i,-,. 1,,. ]:i". 
Flint, Flynte, Robert, oi ciivui Noruidi. uont., grant 1 Jan., 3 Ed.VL, 1549-50, by 

Hawley. Harl. MS. 'l.i(i7, fo. 4o2 ; Add. :\IS. 1G,940, fo. 203", 205 ; Copy 

of grant, Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 54 ; Grants IL, 4(i0 ; Ilarl. MS. G140, 

fo."'42 ; Le Neve's MS. 4G3 [or 403]. 
Flood, see Fludd. 

Floquet, .... Harl. MS. 584G, fo. 38 ; Stowe MS. G92, fo. 40". 
Florid, Celia (whose father came over with Philip, K. of Spain, into England), 

wife of James Molins of Shoe Lane, Middx., 23 Aug. 1G14. arms (a crest ?) 

(? by Segar). Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 42 ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 79. 
Flower, Richard, of Elye, co. Camb., gent., augmentation allowed 10 June, 

1 and 2 Mary, 1554, by G. Dethiek. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 63 ; copy of grant, 

Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 49 ; Grants I., 216. 
Flowerdew, John, of Hethersett, Norfolk, 15 Oct. 1550, bv Hawley (?). Add. 

MS. 16,940, fo. 204. 
Floyd, David, of Pengernoly, co. Carnarvon, s. and h. of Griffin, s. of David, 

descended from Theodore, the great prince of South Wales ; crest granted 

17 Nov., 40 Eliz., 1598, by W. Dethiek. Stowe MS. 676, fo. 124", copy of 

grant, Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 36, fo. 69. 
Fludd, Thomas, of Milgate, Kent (s. and h. of David Fludd als Lloyd), confirmed 

10 Nov. 1572, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 119 ; Guil., p. 193 ; Harl. 

MS. 6179, fo. 21". 
Flyer (ffleere), Ralph, Hints, Staff., 1614, 12 K. Jas., by St. George, Norr. 

Stowe MS. 706, fo. 15" ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 73. 
FOCHE, .... Wotton, Kent .... 1576, by Cooke. Burke's Armory. 
FODEN, Thomas, Fnlford, co. Staff., gent., 16 Feb. 1664-5, by W. Dngdale, Norr. 

Her. Coll. MS. 
Folie diff' crest, by W. Ryley, Lane. Her. Stowe MS. 703, fo. 64, a hand 

and arm embowed, etc. 
Foley, Richard, of Stourbridge, co. Wore, 8 Feb. 1646-7, by Bysshe. Harl. MS. 

6832, fo. 413" ; Add. MS. 26,758, fo. 16 ; (Thomas in Stowe MS. 703, 

fo. 70, see preceding diff. crest ; crest, a lion sejant arg. holding a shield of 

the armes). 
„ Robeit, of Stourbridge, co. Wore, High Sheriff (4th s. of Richard), arms 

confirmed with diff. : on a canton gu. a ducal coronet ar. Crest, the lyon 

holding a ducal coronet or in lieu of an escocheon. Augmentation 12 Dec. 

1671, by AValker. Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 66; copy of grant, Add. MS. 

14,293, fo. 69 ; Genealogist, ii., 37. 
FoLJ.vMBE, Godfrey, of Walton, co. Derby, Esquire of the body to the King, crest 

9 June 1513, by Wriothesley, Gart., and John Yonge, Norr. Harl, MS. 

6592, fo. 36", copy of grunt. 



GRANTEKS OF ARxMS TO THE END OP THE XVII. CENTURY. 91 

FOLJAMBK, (Jodfrey, of Walton, co. Derby, confirmed 28 May 1587, by Flower. 

JIS. Aslini. 844, fo. 68, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Guil., p. 219 ; 

Reliijiiiirv, xxii., 52. 
FoLKKS, Martin," of Grey's Inn, Middx., Counsellor at Law, 11 Mar. 1685-fi, by 

H. St. George, Clar. Stowe MS. 714, fo. 69'", copy of grant, Brit. Mus. ; 

Grants IIL, fo. 292 ; Lansd. MS. 8G7, fo. 52. 
FOLLYOTT, John, of Perton, co. Wore, crest granted 1(5 May, 4 and 5 Phil, and 

Mary, 1558, Quarterly of 6, by G. Detliick. Hnrl. MS. 1359, fo. 7P ; 
copy of patent, Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 91 ; Harl. MS. G140, fo. 53 ; 

Grants L, 153. 
FoLViLE, John, of Middlewich in Cheshire, confirmed 1599, by Camden. Ilarl. 

MSS. (!095, fo. 23, and 1422, fo. 37'". 
FoxxEREAU, Zachary, mar'' [? married] 1074 ; certificate of arms .... Add. MS. 

14,831, fo. 13; Pedigree 3 D. 14, fo. 14G", Her. Coll. 
Foot, Thonuvs of London, 1G4G, by W. Kyley, Lane. Herald, and Ko. Browne, 

Bhiemantle. Stowe MS. 703, fo. G3 ; Harl. MS. 6832, fo. 413. 
FoOTES, Thomas, gent, ("huisher daily waiter in ord. to the King"), s. of John, of 

Michelham, Sussex, confirmed Dee. IGll, by Camden. Harl. MSS. 609,'), 

fo. 17, and 1422, fo. 56". 
FoRDE of Devonshire, Quarterly of 4, impaling [((uartcrly of] 6, 

i.e., Forde of Hasting, atchievment, by Cooke (?). Harl. MS. 1359, 

fo. 86". 
., .John, of Hastinge, Sussex, Quarterly of 4, as above, and crest, achievement 

13 Nov. 1575, by Cooke (?). Harl. MSS. 1 ;;59, fo. 86", and 1194, fo. 85" ; 

Add. MS. 4966, fo. 37, 67 ; Harl. :\IS. 15(;2, fo. 30". 
Ford, Lady Elizabeth, dan. of W'" Forde of Hadlev, Suflf., wife of Bawdrye, 

Barker's Grants. Stowe MS. 692, fo. 43 ; Harl. MS. 1116, fo. 28". 
„ John, of Ashburton, Devon, coat and crest .... Barker's Grants. Harl. MS. 

5S46, fo. 36 and 37 ; by Benolt, Clar., in Stowe MS. 692, fo. 41, 42 ; Add. 

.MS. 26,702, fo, 55". 
„ Richard, of Ford {see 1562 [? Harl. MS.]), s. of Charles, of Whithall, gent., 

2 s. of William, s. of William Atforde of Fordmore, Devon : Gules, a castle 

triple towered argt., over the same a crown or. 
„ (? Forth), Robert, of Hadley, Suff., gent., grant 10 Dec. 1539 t.. him and 

his posterity by Hawley, confirmed by Barker. Stowe MS. 692, lb. i;i ; 

copy of grant, Q's Coll. Oxf. JIS. 3s", fo. 39 ; Harl. JIS. .5887, fo. 92, as 

Forth, and his dau. Lady Elizabeth Bawdry. {See Forth.] 
Forest, . . . . co. Lane Feb. 1606, by Cooke (Camden) : per pale gu. and sa. 

a crescent, betw. the points an es'toile of eight points or. Crest, an arm 

(gu.) in armour, embowed or, holding a broken tilting spear. Harl. MSS. 

1422. fo. 19", 6095, fo. 6", and 1441, fo. 123. 
„ (Edward in 1513), prior of Lantliony .... Hy. VII Add. MS. 

26,702, fo. 40. 
FoRMAX, William, of Croxton, co. Tiinc, confirnicd .... 1562. Harvey's (irants, 

Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 20. 
FoRSETT, Edward, of Maribone, co. Middx., Nov. 1611, by Camden. Harl. MSS. 

6095, fo. 16", and 1422, fo. 36"; Guil. 411. {Or Fawoett.) 
FoRSTER and Foster, for 24 coats see Stowe MS. 7o;',, fo. s:!— 85. 

Forster, of CO. Cumb by W. Detliick. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 13". 

]\Iary, ux White .... Forster quartering Bradlev (not on a lozenge), 

by Cooke. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 79 ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 98. 
„ Mathew, of London, by W. Segar, Gart. Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 77". 
„ Thomas, of St. John 'Street, Middx., Esq., s. and h. of Thomas, s. of Roger, 

2nd s. of Thomas, of Ederston, Northumberland, Esq., gift of crest 

16 March 1596-7, 39 Q. Eliz., by Lee. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 11" ; Harl. 

MSS. 1422, fo. 52, and 1359, fo. 18" ; see Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 95, for the 

((uartered arms. 



92 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

FoRSTER, Sir Thomas, of St. John's Street, 27 Feb. 1604-5 or 1(505-6, by Camden. 

Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 18^ and 6095, fo. 3" ; Guil., p. 315. 
Forth, Hugh, London .... 1646, by W. Ryley, Lane. Her. Stowe MS. 703, 

fo. 64. 
FoORTH, Robert, of Strethara, Surrey, coat altered in 1590, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 

1359, fo. 86*, and 1422, fo. 86" [s/f]. 
Forth, Robert, of Middx., see Schether, his wife. Stowe MS. 702, fo. 115, coat 

and crest ; Barker's Grants, Harl. MSS. 5846, fo. 39, and 5887, fo. 3. 
Foster, Goddard, of Iden, Sussex, by Cooke, 1577, harts' heads ; by Camden, 

1602, talbots' heads. Harl. MSS. 6095, fo. 86", and 1422, fo. 54 ; Add. 

MS. 4966, fo. 58". 
„ John, Badesley, Hampshire, confirmed 16 Nov. 1557. Harvey's Grants, 

Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 8" ; HaH. MS. 5865, fo. 38. 
„ Mary, see Forster. 
„ Samuel, B.D., of Redgrave, Suflf., 24 May 1678, by W. Dugdale and 

H. St. George, Norr. Stowe MS. 714, fo. 164 ; Grants IIL, 84. 
Fothbrley, Thomas, of co. Line, s. of Thos., of Rickmansworth, Herts, etc., gu., 

a fesse dancettee or, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 43 ; quartering 

Howse in Harl. MS. 1410, fo. 48. 
„ Charles, of Burton, co. Line, Archdeacon of Canterbury, 28 Feb. 1605-6, by 

Camden. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 19, 1359, fo. 10", and 6095, fo. 5 ; Guil., 

p. 373. 
„ Martin (Maurice in Guil.), Dean of Canterbury, 2''<'bro., 28 Feb. 1605-6, by 

Camden, mullet or for diff. Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 10", 6095, fo. 5, and 

1422, fo. 19 ; Guil., p. 373. 
Fothersley, Thomas, of Rickmansworth, Herts, March 1623, by R. St. George. 

Note. — This coate and crest were tricked by my man John Giles by my 

order from a Trumpitt banner of ... . Fothersly, lent me by ... . Whit- 
field, esq., H. St. George, Clar. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 65. Mountnessing, 

Essex. 

FouLKE, , by Cooke. Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 19". 

FOULSHURST, . . . ., an esquire to Lord Audley at Poictiers 1356. Parker's 

Glossary of Heraldry, Chron. Table, p. xiv. 
Founders' Co. of London, 13 Oct. 1590, by Cooke. Misc. Gen. et Her., i., 103, 

and History of the Company, by W. M. Williams. 
FoUNTAiNE, Thomas, of Huckett, Bucks, esq., s. of John, of Walton in the said co., 

Gi-ant 20 June, 40 Eliz., 1597, by W. Dethick, arg., a fesse dancettee betw. 

3 elephants' heads erased sa. ; crest, an elephant's head erased sa. Stowe 

MS. 676, fo. 126" ; copy of grant, Q's Coll. Oxf MS. 36, fo. 74. 
„ Thomas, of Hukott, Bucks, esq., confirmed. Or, a fesse between 3 elephants' 

heads erased sa., armed arg., gift [alteration] of crest, an elephant's head 

couped (erased in Le Neve) or, vulned gu., armed or, 1 Oct. or 12 Nov. 

1604, by Camden. Harl. MSS. 1391, fo. 125, and 1533, fo. 15, for copy 

of grant, Brit. Mus. ; Harl. MSS. 6095, fo. 2", and 1422, fo. 18", crest 

erased :\nd dated 12 Nov. ; Le Neve's MS. 276. 
„ , of Belchamp St. Paul, Essex, 22 Feb. 1619-20, by Camden. See De ia 

Fountaine. 
Fo\VE];L, Arthur, Fowellscombe, Devon, May 1592, by Cooke, Clar., Berry's supp', 

argent, a chevron sable, on a chief gules three mullets pierced of 

the first. 
FowKE, Bartholomew, Chief Clei-k of the Spicery in the Queen's House, .... 1580 ; 

eopv of letters patent, Bodleian Lib., MS. Ashm. 834, fo. 36" ; Guil., 

p. 173 ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 23. 
„ Christopher, of London, confirmed .... 1562, Harvey's Grants. Add. MS. 
16,940, fo. 11". 
FowLE, John (s. of John), Sandhurst, Kent, exemplified 1602, by Camden. Sec 

Cat. Her. Exhib. Soc. of Antiq., 70. 



GRANTEES OP ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 'OS 

FOWLEU, , of Islington, Crest . . . ., Barker's Crants. Harl. ]\IS. 58-1 C, lb. 35 ; 

.Stowe MS. 092, fo. 42. 

„ ...., Salop, Quarterly , by Cooke. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 61. 

„ Bryan, of Sowe ? co. Staff., coat and crest . . . ., Barker's Grants. Harl. MS. 

5846, fo. 38"; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 41'>. 
„ Daniel (s. of W'"), of Stonliouse, co. Glouc, crest 13 March 1606-7. Harl. 
MS. 6095, fo. 20" ; (inil., p. 383; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 23" and 71", by 
W"' Camden. 
„ Edward, D.D., Bishop of Gloucester, confirmed 20 July 1693, by T. St. 
Geor!?e, Gart. and Clar. Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 178 ; Grants IV., fo. 144 ; 
HarLMS. 1172, fo. 54"; Stowe MS. 677, fo. 70, and Harl. MS. 1185, 
fo. 57. 
„ Francis, Leveson, now of Kinderton, s. and h. of Richard, of Harnage 
Grange, Salop, adopted lieir to Sir Richd. Leveson, late of Trentham, co. 
Staff., K.B., assumed the Leveson arms by virtue of special warrant 1 Aug. 
1664, by W. Dugdale, Norr., Her. Cull, and MS. Ashm. 857, pp. 287-8, 
copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. 
„ Samuel, rector of Blunham, Beds ; brother Edward, Bp. of Gloucester ; 
exemplified 31 .Ian. 1695-6, by T. St. George, Gart. and Clar. Grants IV., 
fo. 204. 
„ Thomas, of Calais, .... 1534, by T. Beiiolte, Clar., Berry's Supp'. 
Fox, Henry, Yonlgreave, co. Derby, gent., 18 June 1604, by W. Dugdale, Norr. 
Her. Coll. : Or, a chevron gules between three foxes' heads erased azure 
(Berry). 
„ John, of Ropley, co. Line, gent., coat and crest. Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 
5846, fo. 37" ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 41 ; Add. MS. 20,702. fo. 41. 

„ John, of London, goldsmith 1586, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 64" ; 

Add. MS. 4966, fo. 68. 
„ John, of the Accatry Larder of H.M.'s House, by the King's Command, 
20 Sept. 1001, by Sir E. Walker, Gart. Her. Coll., fo. 42. 
FoxE, Michaell, of Chacliam (Ciiacombe), Northants, 10 June 1551, ? by Hawley. 

Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 204". 
Fox, Xevinson, of Eastry Court, Kent, 21 June 1673, by Walker, Bysshe and 
Dugdale. Harl. MS. 1 105, fo. 40" (Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 178) ; Grants III., 
fo. 3, an augmentation from the Earl Marshal. 
„ Ralph, of High Holborne, Middx., confirmed 12 June 1632, by R. St. George. 

Harl. MS.'l470, fo. 52, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. : Guil., p. 197. 
., Simeon, Suffolk, .... by R. Browne, Bhiemantle [?]. Harl. MS. 1441, 

fo. lo;i", and Stowe MS. 703, fo. 72. 
„ Stephen. Clerk of the Kitchen and of her Majesty's travelling expences, etc., 
granted at Brussels 30 Oct. 1658, by Walker. Guil., p. 197: born of 
liniiost parents at Farley, Wilts, hath even from his youth been educated 
in the Royall family. Harl. MSS. 1105, fo. 40", and 1172, fo. 72 ; Add. 
MSS. 14,293, fo. 97, and 14,294, fo. 33, patent dated 18 Nov. 1658 (copy 
in Brit. Mus.), Stowe MS. 677, fo. 78 ; Genealogist, i., 40 ; Her. Coll., 
fo. 4 and 30. See Eliz. Whittle, his wife. 
FoxuAiJ,, John, of London, gent., confirmation of arms, qnarterings and crest, 
•■'9 Nov. 1579, bv Cooke. Harl. MS. 1507, fo. 118 (copy of confirmation, 
Brit. Mas.), Harl. MS.S. 1359. fo. 118", and 1422, fo. 119, and Q's Coll. 
Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 102 ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 100" ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 89. 

Fox.vLL, John, of city of London, arg., two bars gu , by Segar. Add. iMS. 

12,225, fo. 43". 
FoYLE, John, of Shaftesbury, Dorset, 1 Feb. 1605, by Camden, by the Earl 
Marshal's consent. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 21, and 6095, fo. 11" ; Morgan's 
Sphere, 109 ; Harl. MS. 1544, fo. 181. 

Framlingham ? 1.586, by Cooke Gn., on a chev. betw. three closed 

helmets arg. a mullet sa. charged with a crescent or. Crest, an elephant 



&4 GRANTEES OF AKMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

statant or, tusked gu., wreathed round the neck vert. Ilarl. MSS. la.')'.', 
fo. Ill, and 1422, fo. 95" ; Add. MS. 496G, fo. 60. 
Francis, Richard, of Tickenhall, .... Crest, by Camden, Clar. Harl. MS. 1093, 

fo. C4\ 
Frances, Andrew, of Wyndsor, Haberdasher, of London, coat and crest. Barker's 

Grants, Harl. MSS. 5846, fo. 36^ and 5887, fo. 1. 
Fraunces, Edward, of Derbyshire, confirmed 4 May 1577, by G. Dethick. Harl. 

MS. 1441, fo. 87, and Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 44. 
Franceis, Edward, Reptoii, co. Derby, Crest confirmed 20 Jan. 1606-7, by 
R. St. George. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 40, 54 ; of Barrow, Sargiant of the 
Backehouse to K. .James 1606, Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 20*. 
Francke, Captain of a troop of Horse in Ireland, 18 Jan. 1652-3, by Sir E. Bysshe, 

Gart. Stowe MS. 703, fo. 71 ; Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 148". 
Franke, William, the New Works, Leicester, 6 Feb. 1689-90, by T. St. George, 
Gart. and Clar. Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 178 ; Grants IV., fo. 57 ; Harl. MS. 
1172, fo. 54'\ 
Frankland [ais Francklyn], Hugh, gent., of Nessinge, Yorks, gent., 8 Nov. 

1566, by Flower. Surtees Soc, XLI., p. xli., copy of grant, Brit. Mus. 
Frakckland, William, of Rye, Herts, crest granted 3 March 1568-9, by G. 
Dethick, Cooke and Flower. Harl. MS. 1369, fo. 54" ; Q's Coll. O.'if. MS. 
145, fo. 16". 
„ William, Rye, Herts, crest granted 3 March 1568-9, by G. Dethick. Guil. 
239 ; Harl. :\IS. nil. f,,. 71 ; MS. Ashm. 844, fo. 26*, copy of grant, 
Bodleian Lil... ;,n,l (,iV Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 142. 

Franklin, . . . ., of WillcsiUn, Jliddx , by Camden. Arg., on a fesse az. 3 

dolphins embowcd of the field. Crest, a dolphin embowed gu., transfixed 
by two fish hooks saltirewise, etc. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 17, and 6095, 
fo.l. 
Feancklin, Henry (s. of Rowland), then upon his travels, grant 20 May (June) 
1592, by W. Dethick. Stowe MS. 676, fo. 85", 96 ; copy of grant, Q's 
Coll. Oxf. MS. 36, fo. 9 and 13. 
Franklin, Richard, of York, geut., grant 25 Feb. 1580-1, by G. Dethick, Gart. 
Copy of grant in Latin, Q's'Coll. Oxf. MS. 37, fo. 77 ; Stowe MS. 676, 
fo. 56" ; Grants I., 83. 
„ William, dean of Durham, .... 1530, by T. Tonge, Norr., Berry's Supp'. 
FuAUNCis, sec Francis. 

Frbake, Edmond, Bp. of Rochester, 1 Apiil 1572, by G. Dethick, Cooke and 
Flower. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 77", and Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 27. 
„ Robert, Iwerne Courtney, Dorset, 10 Aug. 1579, by Rob. Cooke. Grants I., 
122 ; Harl. MS. 1166', fo. 31. 
Frebody, John, s. of John, of Udimore, Sussex, April 1634, by R. St. George, 

Clar. Harl. MS. 1562, fo. 178, Berry's Suppl'. 
Frecheville, John, Baron Staveley, 15 April 1665, supporters, by Walker. 

Harl. MS. 1052, fo. 200, copy of grant, Brit. i\Ius. 
Freckilton, Ferdinand, of Huntingdon, Quarterly, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, 

fo. 90" ; Add. MS. 4960, fo. 65". 
Frederick, John, of London, mercii', crest altered and coat confirmed .... 1647, 
by 15ysshe. Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 17", 18 ; ? confirmed or regranted 
to him as : — 
„ Sir John, Kt., Alderm. and Lord Mayor of London, elect 22 Oct. 1661. 
by Sir E. Walker, Gart. Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 29" ; Her. Coll., fo. 42. 
Freear, Thomas (John, Guil. 306), of London, D. Med., s. of Johu, also D. Med., 
and Ursula Castell, of East Hatley, co. Camb., Grant 12 Feb. 1602-3, by 
Camden. (Tho' in Harl. MS. 1507, fo. 93, and Mary Shaw his wife) ; 
John in Cott. MS. Faustina E. 1. fo. 65". Harl. MSS. 1507, fo. 93 (copy 
of grant, Brit. Mus.), 1359, fo. 26", and (;095, fo. 18". and Q's Coll. Oxf. 
MS. 38, fo. 116 ; MS. 146, fo. 138. 



GRANTEES OF AUMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 95 

Freebody, see Frebody. 

Freeman, .John, of Monlton, s. and h. of Raphe, 28 May 1570, by R. Cooke, Clar. 

Hannermaii MS. No. 1), p. 451. 
„ Ralfe, of Aspdeii, Herts, s. and h. of W'», of London, Esq., by St. (Icorgo. 

Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 70. 
„ Richard, of Bronifield, Essex, by Segar. .\dd. MS. 12,225, fo. 43; 

Ilarl. MS. CI 40, fo. 80". 
FuEMLix, Gilbevt, of Ilartlip, Kent, s. of \V"', Crest granted 21 Mav l.'ilw, by 

(J. Dethick. Harl. MS. 1441, I'o. 02 ; copy of grant, Q's (V.ll. Oxf. MSS. 

as, fo. 88, and 145, fo. 2". 
I'ltri'H, . . . ., by Camden. Burke's Armory. 
Fuvfii or Frith, Heiirv, of Wolverhampton, s. of Ilowhmd, of Tliornes, co. Staff. 

4 July 1677, by Sir AVm. Diigdalc, Gart. Harl. MS. (;s;U, fo. 178; 

Grants III., fo. 50 ; and H. St. George, Norr., Harl. MS. 08:32, 

fo. 371. 

Fryth Tliornes, Shenstone, co. Staff., 1583. Burke's Armory. 

Fuobisher, Francis, of Doncaster, Yorks, confirmed 1 April 1550, by (Harvey), 

Norr. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 23 ; Add. MS. 10,940, fo. 10. 

„ Sir ilartin, by Cooke Stowe MS. 670, fo. 55". 

Fromonde, John [i;rant, by Walter Haywode, of Stratfeldsaye to, dat. the feast of 

St. Gregory the Pope, 5 Hen. iV., in French]. Add. Ch. 36,987. 
Fruin, .... of London, Erm., three bars az., out of the uppermost a lyon issuant 

, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 43". 

„ Stephen, citizpu and Skinner of London, brother to (Accepted Frewen) late 

Arehbp. of York, 1 June 1665, by Sir E. Walker, Gart. Her. Coll., fo. 61 ; 

Stowe MS. 697, fo. 119. 
Fryer, Frauds, of London, gent., granted 10 April 1572, by G. Dethick, Cooke 

and Flower. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 55" ; MS. Ashm. 844, fo. 42 (copy of 

grant, Bodleian Lib.) ; Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 23, 1441, fo. 77", and 5887, 

fo. 44, and Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 162, and MS. 145, fo. 28 ; Guil., 

p. 240 ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 70". 
„ Thomas, see Fkeear. 

„ .... five coats, see Stowe MS. 703, fo. 88, 89. 
Fuller als Fulwer, see Fulwer. 
Fullers and Bricklayer.s (rather see Tilers and Bricklayers), Corporation 

of, 3 Jan. 1509-70, by G. Dethick, Cooke and Flower. Harl. MS. 1441, 

fo. 71". 
Fulmerston, Sir Richard, .... Barker's Grants, Stowe MS. 692, fo. 40". 
Fulmerstone, Richard, of Thetforth, Norfolk, esq., granted 15 June, 2 and 3 
Phil, and Marv, 1556, by G. Dethick. Harl. M.S. 1359, fo. 67" ; Grants L, 
90 ; copy of grant, Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 69. 
Fulwer, James, of London, Mercer, Merchant of the Staple and Mercht. 

Adventurer ; descended of Thomas Fulwer, as is set downe below ; crest 

granted 20 Dec, 3 Q. Eliz., 1560, by G. Dethick. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 80"; 

Grants L, 278 ; copy of grant, Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 115. 
,, John, lord of the manor of Temesford, Beds, esq., and Judge in the Guildhall 

of the Coui-t of one of the Sheriffs of London ; is descended of Tho' 

Fulwer of Marks Hall, Essex, Esq., grandfather to the same John, and of 

Tho' Fulwer, lord of Nettes in the Isle of Sheppey, Kent, esq., father to 

the same John, and of Marg', dan. and h. of Nicholas Clazell of Edgcott, 

Northts., esq., mother to the said John ; Crest granted 20 Dec, 3 Q. Eliz., 

1560, by G. Dethick. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 80" ; copy of grant, Q's Coll. 

Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 116 ; Grants I., 103, 276. 
Fuller als Fulwer, Peter, of Shellers, Isle of Wight, quarterly ..... by Cooke, 

Clar. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 39". 
Fulwer, Ralphe, of London, gent., descended as above ; crest granted 5 Feb., 

3 Q. Eliz., 1560-61, by G. Dethick. Ilarl. MS. 1359, fo. 80"; 20 Dec 



96 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

1560, see copy of giant, Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 31), lb. lU; Grants I., 

280. 
Fuller alias Fullwar, William, of Hollwell, Herts, gent., descended from 

Thomas Fulwar, arm., of Markeshall, Essex, "proavi sui," and Thomas 

Fulwar, arm., of Notts in the Isle of Sheppy, Kent, his father, etc. 

Certificate or testimonial in Latin, .... of July 1551, by Sir G. Dethick, 

Gart. See Q's Coll. Oxf MS. 39, fo. 32. 
FULWOOD, George, of Holborn, co. Middx., Esq., crest 10 July, 21 Q. Eliz., 1579, 

by Cooke, etc. ; seen aud allowed bv W. Dethick, Gart. Harl. MS. 1359, 

fo. U and 102 ; Add. MS. 14,295,"fo. 7'' ; Harl. MSS. 1093, fo. 115, and 

GUO, fo. 37. 
William, an assist. Gov>' of the City of Raleigh, Va., by W. Dethick, Gart. 

Copy of gi-ant, Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 36, fo. 120. 
FUNSTONE, Thomas, of Wymondham, Norfolk .... by Segar. Stowe MS. 677, 

fo. 8" ; Add. MS. 12,474, fo. 104^, as Fonston. 
FuTTER, John, of Thaxton, Norfolk, gift .... 15G3 ... . Harvey's Grants, 

Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 20. 
Fyske, Nicholas (Profr. in physics), of Studban, par. of Laxfield, Suff., 16 Nov. 

1633, by Sir Wm. Segar, Gart. Grants I., 367; Add. MS. 12,225, 

fo. 44. 
„ Nicholas, of Studham, par. of Laxford, Suff., prof, in physick, s. of Mathew, 

of the same, s. of William, of the same, who lived temp. Hen. VI., Ed. IV., 

Ftic. III. and Hen. VII. ; crest 16 Nov. 1633, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, 

fo. 44 ; Grants I., 367. 



Gace, . . . ., London, 15 Oct. 1649. Edmondson's Armory. 

Gaell, Edward, of Hadleigh, Suff., T sons of John, of Hadleigh, 10 Jan. 1664-5. 

George, of London, > Bvsshe's Grants, fo. 17, Her. Coll. ; Harl. 

" Thomas, of Kelveden, Essex, J MS. 1105, fo. 16 and 18. 
Gage, Henry, s. and h. of John, of Haling, Surrey, and Marg^ his wife, dau. to Sir 

Thomas Copley of said co., of ye above said arms and with a testimonial 

upon his going to travel that he is well extracted on both sides, 16 June 

1626, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 44 ; Gage impaling Barnesley, 

Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 52''. 
Gale, Francis, of Acombe, Yorks, gent., srift 26 March 1559, by Dalton. Harl. 

MS. 1359, fo. 33" ; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 36" ; Harl. MS. 6140, 

fo. 70. 
Gallard, Joshua, esq., one of ye Receivers of ye King Chas. I., Exemplified, 

Quarterly, , by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 44". 

Galle, John, Dorset, confirmed .... 1558. Harvey's Grants, Add. MS. 16,940, 

fo. 6. 
Galuerdet, Galiardet, or Gallard, Francois, a native of Rhodes, 17 Feb. 

1536-7, 28 Hy. VIII., by Hawley, Receiv'' General of the Hospital of 

St. John of Jerusalem, Quarterly of 4, grant. Misc. Gen. et Her., 2nd S., 

vol. i., p. 99, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. 
Gamull, . . . ., Cheshire, confirmation of arras and gift of a crest 1599, by Segar, 

Somerset Herald, then nominated Norroy, though not created nor the place 

assigned him, yet he added the scale of Norroy. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 115 ; 

Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 36. 
„ . . . ., of Buerton, Cheshire, new crest 1613, by R. St. George, Norroy, 

Berry's Suppl'. 
„ of Cheshire, , or, 3 mallets sa., by Segar, Add. MS. 12,225, 

fo. 44". 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTTJIIT. 97 

Gamull, Thomas, of Burton, Cliesliire, 24 Feb. 1577, by Flower. Add. MS. 14,295, 

fo. 76 (92»). 
Gape, John, Mayor of S' Alban's, Herts, 7 May 1684, by Sir Wm. Dugdale and 

Clar. Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 178; Grants III., fo. 239; Lansd. MS. 8G7, 

fo. 52. 
Gardener, . . . ., Ireland, by Cooke, .... Stowe MS. 670, fo. SC*". 
Gardner, George, of Barwyk, Xortlmmlilil., gent., descended of Gardner, of 

Lancashire, crest 24 April, 19 Q. Eliz., 1577, by Sir G. Dethick, Gart. 

(father of D>- G., Deau of Xorwich 1585). Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 18 ; Add. 

MS. 14,295, fo. 10" ; Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 87 ; Q's Coll. O.xf. MS. 145, 

fo. 43'' : Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 45. 
Gardvner, John, of ThuiKlrcuepnrv, Herts, coat and crest. Barker's Grants, 

(1526—49), Harl. .MS. 5846," fo. 42 ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 47^ 
Cahdiner, Michael, of Greenford Magna, Midd.x., confirmed 16 June 1630, by 

E. St. George. Stowe MS. 677, fo. 43 ; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 59 ; C. 24 

[Visit. Lond., 1634], fo. 179, Her. Coll. 
., William, of Loudon, 1 March 1509-10, by T. Wriothesley, Gart., and 

Machado, Richmond Clar. Harl. MS. 1166, fo. 15". 
Gardener, Richard, of Himbleton, co. Wore, 1 June 1592, by Cooke. Harl. 

MSS. 1359, fo. 106", and 1442, fo. 54"; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 93. 
„ Robert, of Lancashire, gent., yeoman of the Mouth to K. Edward VI., grant 

20 July, 2 Ed. VI., 1548, by G. Dethick, Norr. Copy of grant, Q's Coll. 

Oxf. MS. 37, fo. 23, and Grants I., 338, Her. Coll.; Harl. MS. 1116, 

fo. 40 ; a new coat 15 April, 3 Ed. VI., 1549, by 6. Dethick, Norr. ; copy 

of grant, Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 22, and Grants I., 326 ; Harl. MS. 

1359, fo. 59 ; Crest confirmed 3 April 1560, then Sergeant of the Cellar, 

copy of confirmation, Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 102, and Harl. MS. 2141, 

fo. '28 ; Misc. Gen. et Her., 3rd S., vol. iii., 141 ; Add. MS. 10,940, 

fo. 13. 
„ Thomas, of South Brent, Somerset, gent., grant 20 July, 3 and 5 Phil, and 

iMary, 1557, by G. Dethick. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 70" ; copy of grant, Q's 

Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 82 ; Grants I., 214. 
Gardiner, Thomas, of Holstead, Essex, s. of Thos., s. of Robert, alteration in 

crest 28 April 1600, by Camden, Clar. Le Neve's MS. 510 [or 500]. 
Gardyner, Thomas, of Dedberbury, Oxon, crest .... 1578, by Cooke. Harl. 

MSS. 1359, fo. 119", and 1442, fo. 54" ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 96". 
Gardener, Thomas, London, 1590, not " by Cooke." Stowe MS. 670, fo. 42". 
„ William, of Bermondsev (Street) in Surrey, . . . ., by Cooke. Harl. MS. 

1422, fo. 14 ; Stowe MS. 693, fo. 9. 
Gardiner, William, of Norton Hall, neai- the Town of Bishop Norton, co. Line, 

Esq., 9 or 8 March, 18 Hen. VIII., 1526-7, by T. Wriothesley, Gart., and 

T. Benolte, Clar. Le Neve's MS. 256 ; Add. MS. 17,506, fo. 27. 
Garfoote, . . . ., by R. St. George, Clar., in Essex, ? 1634. 
Garrad, Jacob, of London, and his brother John, one of the grooms of the Privy 

Ciiamber to Chas. I. (sons of Thomas, late .Sheriff of London), granted 18 

Dec. 1632, by R. St. George. Guil., p. 181 ; Add. MS. 5533, fo. 15. 
Garrard, William, of Dorney, I5ucks, coat and crest. Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 

5846, fo. 42" ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 48. 
„ William, Felmingham, Norfolk, 1615, by W. Camden. Harl. MS. 1552, 

fo. 163, and Cains Coll. Camb. MS. 551, fo. 29. 
Garret, Sir George, Draper and Alderm. of City of Loudon, ratified and 

confirmed 1634, by R. St. George, (iuil., p. 170 ; Harl. MS. 1105, 

fo. 9. 
Garset, Robert, Esq., of the body to K. James, .... May 1614, 1 Feb. 1612, by 

Camden. Morgan's Sphere, 117 ; Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 149 ; as Garhet. 
Garston (rightly Grafton), Richard, of London (3rd s. of Richard), confirmed 

1584, by Cooke. Same coat as Grafton. Guil., p. 390. See Grafton. 

o 



98 GKAKTEES OF ARMS TO THK END OF THE XTII. CEMTTJRT. 

Garteh. Bernard, of Brigstock, Nortbts., s. and li. of a 2nd son to Sir W" Garter, 

Knt.. grant of cliange in arms and (:iest 2 July, 10 Jac, 1012, by Segar. 

Add. MS. 12,225, fo*^. 45 ; C. 24 [Visit. Lond., 1C34], fo. oC.!)'', Her. Coll., 

and Guil. 843 ; Harl. MS. 6140. fo. fili". 
Garth, Edward, of Penshurst, Kent, .■) Jan. 1548-9, ? by Hawlev. Add. MS. 

1(1,940, fo. 205. 
„ Richard, one of the six Clerks of the petty bas, of Morden, Surrey, gift 8 July 

1564. Harvey's Grants, Add. MS. "16,940, fo. 2?.: Harl. ilS. 1561, 

fo. 216. 
Gasox, John, of Lee,par. of Ikbniii. Kent. i:iven at London 10 June, 88 Hy.VIII., 

1546, by ? Hawlev. Adil. ^IS. IC.'.UO. fo. 201 : arms confirnied and crest 

given 28 Nov. 1589, ))■! <}. Kliz., Iiv Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 28, 28^ 

100 ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 146, fo. 411 1". 
Gasson, Richard, s. of Rob., of Buntino-ford. Herts, ik.w of l.Dndun, 16u8, hv 

Camden. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 42^ 
Gates, Thomas, Colliton, Devon .... by Cooke. Stowe MS. liTn, fo. 85. 
Gatonby, Anthony, of Gatonby, Yorks," July 1575, bv Flower. Hail. MS. 1453, 

fo. 74 ; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 72". 
Gauntlett, William, of Netherhampton, Wilts, gent., altered, coat confirmed, crest 

granted 19 July 1670, bv Walker. Harl. :MS. ii72. fo. (;9 : Add. MSS. 

14,293, fo. 79, and 14,294", fo. 23" : Guil., p. ;) 47. 
Gaus, William, by letters patent 2 Aug., 8 Jac, 1610. Lu Neve's MS. 421. 
Gavell, Robert, of Cobham, Suri-ey, esq., confirmed 12 AuL^ 1572, by Cooke. 

Harl. MS. 1470, fo. 82 (copy of grant, Brit. Mus.) ; Gnil., p. 333 ; SiuTey 

Arch. Soc, iii., 349, and Misc. Gen. et Her., N. S., i.. 320; Grants 11., 

fo. 503 ; Stowe MS. 706, fo. 66. 
Gawdy, Thomas, of Harleston, Norfolk, coat and crest. J5arker's Grants, Harl, 

MS. 5846, fo. 43 ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 47. 
„ Thomas, of Gawdy Hall, Norfolk, crest granted 20 or 25 Nov., 2 Q. Eliz., 

1559, by G. Dethick. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 78"; Add. MS. 16,940, 

fo. 39" ; copy of grant, Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 103 ; Grants I., 298 ; 

Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 30. 
GEDDiKii or Jenyns, William, Lancaster Herald [8 Hen. VIII., 10 Feb.] 

1516[-17], [by Tho. Wriothesley, Gart., and '1 ho. Benolt, Clar]. Burke's 

Armory; [Warw. Antiq. Mag., 104-5]. 
Gee, Samuel, of London .... 1592, by Cooke. Harl. ]\[S. 1359, fo. 106 ; Add. 

MS. 4966, fo. 92. 
Geffe, Nicholas, of Henborne, Berks, 4th s. of Andrew, of Nasing, Essex, s. of 

Thomas, of Broxbourne, Herts, 1 April 1579, by Cooke. Harl. 3ISS. 1115, 

fo. 20, and 6179, fo. 19. 
Geffrey, Sir Robert, Knt., Sheriff of London .... 1676, l)y Bysshe ; Lord Mayor 

in 1686. Burke's Armory. 
Geffreys, Thomas, see Jeffreys. 
Gell, Anthony, of Hopton, co. Derby, 8 Feb. 1575-6, by Flower. Harl. MS. 

1453, fo. 74. 
Gent, Thomas, of Bumstead at the Tower, Essex, 12 Nov. 1571. by Cooke. Harl. 

MS. 1432, fo. 163, copy of grant. 
Geoffreys, .... sa., a gryphon ranipt. segreant within a liordnre engrailed or 

.... by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 45. 
George, John, of Bawdington .... with crest .... Wy. VIII. Harl. ]\IS. 5887, 

fo. 27 ; Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 41. 
Gerard, Lord, of Brandon, supporters, at Oxfoid 1 J^Iav 1646, by Sir E. Walker. 

Her. Coll., fo. 11. 
Gering, .... of the North, 1573, by G. Dethick. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 16", 

and 1422, fo. 11", Or, two bars gu. each charged with three mascles (or 

lozenges) of the field, a canton .... 
Gervies, Arthur, of Essex, Master of the Pipe office, confirmed Gervies quartering 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 99 

Suric .... IGIO, by Ciuuden (eiiLered iu Lliu Office of Arms in book Essex, 
Dec. 1610, S. Thompson, Wyudsor). Had. MSS. 1422, fo. IIU, and 
(;();)5, fo. 27. 
Garve« (or Gervis), William, of Great Pettley, co. Leic, .... May IGll, by 
Camden. Harl. MSS. 6095, fo. 30, and 14:22, fo. 39 ; Gervis in Guil., 
p. 220. 
Gething, Richard, of London, Master of the Penn, by R. St. George, Clar. Harl. 

MS. 1105, fo. 10. 
Gibbon, see Payn, .John, D.C.L. 

Gibbon or Guvbon, .... of Westcliff, Kent, sa., a lyon rampt. guard, betw. tiiree 
escallops argt., by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 46. This coat is given to 
Tho' Gibbon of Frith als Frid in Betiiersden. Kent. Harl. MSS. 1422, 
fo. 82", 6179, fo. 18, and 6140, fo. 28". 
Gibbon, Edmund, s. and h. of Francis (? Thomas in Guil.), of Rolvendeu alias 
Roiinden, Kent, gent, (viz., of Pumphouse there, Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 82"), 
confirmed 6 April 1629, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 45", and Guil., 
p. 359 ; Harl. MSS. 6140, fo. 81", and 6179, fo. 18" ; Grants I., 8. 
(iiBBOX or GuYBON, .John, of Dorset, esq., confirmation of arms and crest 
(? testified), bv Segar: sa., a lion rampt. guard, crowned or betw. three 
escallops arg. ' Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 4.5" ; Guil., p. 247 ; Harl. MS. 1105, 
fo. 10" ; Grants I., 402. 

(iYBBS, Abbot of Catley Priory, co. Line. Md. MS. 26,702, fo. 73. 

, of Warwickshire, by Cooke's deputy. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 7. 

„ .lohn, of Starford (Storford), Herts, .' . . . by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, 
fo. 93" ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 63. 
GiBBES, .John, of Stortford, Herts, arms and new crest, by W. Dethick : coat of 
Gibbes of Devonshire, who denyeth this John to be of theire house ; 
entered by R. Brooke, York Her. Harl. MS. 1453, fo. 32". 
„ William, of South Perrott, Dorset, 13 Feb. 1600-1, by W. Dethick, Gart., 
and Camden, Clar. Harl. MSS. 1166, fo. 60", and 6179, fo. 19". 
(iYBSON, ..... Serg' at arms, . . . ., Hy. VIII., . . . ., with crest. Add. MS. 
26,702, fo. 53. 
., Isaac, s. of William (see below), s. of Christopher, s. of John, of Staveley, 
Yorks, 4 JIarch 1660-1, by Sir E. Walker, Gart. Her. Coll., 38. 
Gibson, John, of Welborne, Kt., Doctor of the lawe, 2 May l.')74, by 
G. Dethick. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 13: Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. I4.i, 
fo. 28. 
„ John, of Irby (? Ireleth), co. Lane, esq., grant 15 Feb. 1582-3, by G. Dethick. 
Stowe MS. 676, fo. 59" ; Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 78 ; 1580 in copy of grant, 
Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 37, fo. 82 ; Grants II., 506. 
„ Margaret, dau. and heir of Thomas, gent, (and wife of Ascew or Aseue), 
grant 5 Jan., 5 and 6 Phil, and Mary (? 1557-8), bv G. Dethick. 
Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 8(i ; copy of grunt, Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 84; 
Grants I., 274. 
„ Robert, of Beckham Hall, Norfolk, gent., s. of Thos., s. of Robert, grant 
(; May 1591 (by W. Dethick), and to one C . . . . Gibson, that keepeth a 
taverne in London, .... arms and crest with a pedigree in wh. patent 
and pedigree greac adoo is made about theyre auncienty. And tiiey the first 
that ever used or bare any arms (enf' by R. Brooke, York Her.). Harl. 
MS. 1453, fo. 34" ; Stowe MS. 67(;, fo. 93, 84 ; copy of grant in Q's Coll. 
Oxf. MS. 37, fo. 4 ; Guil, ]i. 403 ; Le Neve's MS. 355. 
Gybson, Tho=, of London, gift .... 15(iO, .... Harvey's Grants, Add. MS. 

16,940, fo. 14. 
Gibson, William, of Staveley, Yorks, confirmed 16 Jan. 1655-G, by Kvlev. H:irl. 
MSS. 1470, fo. 146, and 1105, fo. 11 (6 Jan.), declared void (GniL. p. 207) 
on the Restoration, regranted to his son Isaac. 
GiDi.EY, Bartholomew, of Gidley, Devon, and bro. John, of London, gent., 20 Nov. 



100 GRANTEES OF AKMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

1660, by Bysshe. Misc. Geii. et Her.. N. S., iv., 19, copy of grant, 
Brit. Mus. 
GiFFAUD, . . . ., Chillington, Staff., crest 1523, anotlier 1530. Berry. 
GiFFARDSON, Koger, of Southwarke, .... Harvey's Grants, Add. MS. 16,9-10, 

fo. 10". 
GiFFORD, . . . ., crest .... Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 40'' : Stowe MS. 
692, fo. 46", a hand argent holding a bunch of gillvflowers ppr. 
„ John, D.D., of Hogsden als Hockston, Middx., 16 Oct. 1626, by R. St. 
George. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 65" ; C. 24 [Visit, of London, 1634], 572, 
Her. Coll. 
Gygges, Robert, Thomas and John, brethren, of Norfolk, 26 Feb. 1486-7, by 
T. Holme, Clar. Misc. Gen. et Her., 3 S., vol. i., p. 1, copy of grant, Brit. 
Mus. ; Grants II., 437 ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 43. 
Gilbert, Dorothie, dan. of Richard, ux. John Thompson, And'' to Q. Eliz., 
granted and allowed 22 May 1559, 1 Q. Eliz., by Harvey. Hurl. M.SS. 
1359, fo. 11% and 1115, fo. 16" ; 1561 in Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 52 ; Stowe 
MS. 702, fo. 115. 
„ Edward, of London, gift .... 15[(;]|. Harvey's Grants, Add. MS. 16,940, 

fo. 45". 
„ George, of Clare, upon liis pretended travailing into Italy and Germany a" 
predicto (27 Nov. 1577, he aged 22), arms as William, same date with a 
second difference, . . . ., by R. Cooke. Copy of grant, Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 
37, fo. 65. 
„ John, of Woodford, Essex, who was buried at S' Lawrence Jewry, n'' Guild- 
hall, London, confirmed 1609, by Segar. Harl. MS. 1422, fo." 42" ; Add, 
MS. 12,225, fo. 46" ; Guil., ]\ 262. 
„ Thomas, of Northberlingham, Norfolk, at Norwich, 7 Aug. 1576, by Cooke. 
Add. MS. 14,293, fo. 119, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. 

GiLBART, Thomas, of Sandwich, Kent, esq Nov. 1595, bv Lee in 

Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 18 ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 16". 
Gilbert, Thomas, of Mayfield, Sussex, grant 8 Nov. 1616, by Segar. Add. MS. 
12,225, fo. 46" ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 62". 
„ William, of Great Over, ats Mickleover, co. Derby, gent., 4 Dec. 1576, by 
G. Dethick. Harl. MSS. 1441, fo. 85", 6140, fo. 71", and 5887, fo. 43 ; 
Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 41". 
„ William, of London, D. Phys., confirmed 27 Nov. 1577, by Cooke. Stowe 
MS. 676, fo. 50", copies of grant, Harl. MS. 1685, fo. 19. 
GiLBORNK, Sir Ni(;h». of Charing, Kent, . . . ., by Segar and Camden. No trick in 
Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 41 ; Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 139". 
,, William, citizen and Draper of TiOndon, . . . ., by Cooke. Stowe MS. 670, 
fo. 57". 
Giles, . . . ., Devon, . . . ., by Cooke, .... Stowe MS. 670, fo. 63". 

„ . . . ., of CO. Wore, and of the Custom House of London, 1630, bv Segar. 
Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 47. 
Gyles, Clement, of Melton Mowbray, co. Leic, gift .... 1562. (Harvey's 

Grants), Add. JIS. 16,940, fo. 31". 
Giles, or Gyles, John, of Bowden, Devon, 10 June 1545, Visitation coat 1564 
and 1620. Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 39"; Stowe MS. 692, 
fo. 45" ; Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 200", and Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 15, per fesse 
gn. and az., on a bend engrailed arg., etc. 
GvLES, Tho% citizen and Haberdasher of London, "assigned" 28 July 1579, 
bv Cooke. MS. Ashm. 844, fo. 24, copy of grant, "Bodleian Lib. ; Guil., 
p". 311. 
Gill, Ale.x', Chief Master or Teacher of S' Paul's School, London (1614), grant 

, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 46 ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 112, and 

6140, fo. 77". 
„ Francis, s. of W"', of Ockendon, Essex, s. of Tlio% of Lincolnshire, crest 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO TUE END OE THE XVll. CENTURY. 101 

1 Sept. 1590, by Couke. Add. .MS. l-l,-.",l.-., fo. HI)"; llarl. MS. CMO, 

to. 49*, 70". , 

Gill, Raphe, Keeper of the Queens Lvons to Q. E. itiid K. Jas. mra l;iS(., by 

Cooke. Havl. MS. U22, to. 7C,'>, and 0140, fo. bS. 
GiLLEY, Samuel, s. of Matliew. s. of W™, who Wixs fined for Sheriff of Londou. 

{'(infirnied IS Dec. U\Cr>. by Bysshe. Copy of i,muit, llarl. MSS. 117-', 

fo. o;!, and llOi), fo. 19" ; Bysshe's Grants, fo. 16, Her. Coll. 
„ William, iined for Slieritf of London. 1 June 1650, by Bysslie. Harl. MS. 

1172, fo. 12. eopy of tjrant ; Stowe MS. 697, fo. 106. 
GiLMAN, Henry. Twickenham. Middx. (see Guylemyn), by Cooke's deputies. 

Stowe m. 670, fo. 47 ; Harl. MS. 143?., fo. 1 5. 
GiMBEK, sec Gymber. 

GiowsE , by Cooke. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 14''. 

GiPPS, Richard, of Hordeii, Middx., etc., 1 .July 1624, by I!. St. George, Clar. 

Harl. MSS. 1105, fo. 5, and 6179, fo. 69". 
GiRDLEK, .Joseph, utter barrister of the Innei' Temple, 17 J)ec. 1681, by Sir W™ 

l)u,!idale and St. Geo., Clar. Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 178; Grants IJI., 

GiSLixcniAM, John, of Stuston. Suff., 7 Oct. 1576, by Cooke, Clar. Add. MS. 

966, fo. 45. 
GirsTixiVNr George, Ambass'' from Venice, and knighted, Augraentatioa by 
letter patent, R. Warrant, 160S. Harl. MS. 1507, fo. 397 ; Stowe MS. 
840, fo. 64 ; copy, Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 129 ; Rawl. MS. B. 102, fo. 52", 
Bodleian Lib. ; for trick, see Le Neve's MS. 397. 
Gladwin, Thomas, Tapton in Chesterfield, co. Derby, Capt. of Foot, etc., Sherifl', 
15 Jan. 168^, by T. St. George, Gart., and J. Dugdale, Norr. Harl. MS. 
6834, fo. 178 ; Grants III., fo. 302 ; Lansd. MS. 867, fo. 52 ; Harl. MS. 
1085, fo. 58. 
Glascock, William, of JIucli Dunmow, Essex, gent., and 

John of Rokeswell, Essex, gent., arms and crest confirnied 14 July 1571, 

13 Q. Eliz., by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 14"; MS. Ashm. 834, fo. 9 

(copy of grant, Bodleian Lib.) ; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 9 ; (iuil., p. 233 ; 

(li-auts I., 266. 

(iLissE Vlicc. wife to Sir Richard Dobbes, Mayor of London, arms 5 April 1oj6, 

by ? Hawlev. Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 208. 
(a.EDiirt.L, Thomas, Barkisland, Halifax, granted 23 Dec. 1612, by R. St. George. 
Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 13"; Stowe MS. 706, fo. 14"; Harl. JIS. 6140, 
fo. 72" : (oontirmed 1632, by Segar, Burke's Armory). 
Gloucester, City of, grant 20 Oct. 1538, by C. Barker, Gart. MS. Ashm. 858, 

fo. 6-7, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. 
Glover, .... of Norfolk, Feb. 1611-12, by Camden. Harl. MSS. 6095, fo. 17", 
and 1085, fo. 40". 
Alexander, of the Exchequer, confirmed circa 1605, by Camden. Harl. ftlS. 

6095, fo. 19" ; ? called Humfrey, Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 13". 
Robert, Somerset Herald, cresc granted 4 March 1577, by Cooke and Flower. 
(Stowe MS. 677, fo. 6", adds : s. of Thomas, late of Este Clifford, s. of Tho% 
of New Romney, Hants.) Exemplified, sa., betw. a chev. erin. three 

crescents <arg. ; grant of crest, out of a cap or coronet sa arg., a pair 

of wings sa. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 86 ; Stowe MS. 677, fo. 6" ; M8. Ashm. 
834, i., fo. 18, copy of grant, Bodleian Jiib., and Stowe MS. 606, fo. 4 ; 
Add. MS. 4966, fo.'oO", copy of grant, Brit. Mus. 
Thomas (Esquire of the body to Iv. Jas.), s. of Thomas, of Coventry, 11 April 
1604, by Camden. (Jvuf 17 Aug. 1606. 3 April, Guil., p. 95.) 10 May, 
Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 38, and Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 118 ; Harl. MS. 6095, 
fo. 22 ; see Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 89. 
Sir William, Sheriff of London, Dyer, Sheriff 1602-3, by Camden. Cams 
Coll. Camb. MS. 551, fo. 27 ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 88. 



102 GRANTKES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

Glovers' Company (now in tlie Leathersellers'), ai-nis and crest 20 Oct. 146i, in 

French, bj Smert. Harl. MS. 135U, fo. 74 ; Add. MSS. 14,295, fo. 42, 

and 5533, fo. 135. 
GOATLEY, Reynald, of Canterbury, Kent, .... by Segar, who has seen this coat 

quartering Argoll. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 47 ; Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 88. 
GoDARD, Riciiard, Citizen and Alderin. of London, auo-mentation and crest 15 Aug. 

1598, by W. Dethick, Gart., Camden and Segar. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 52, 

1470, fo. 241, and 1359, fo. G*, copy of grant, Bi-it. Mus. ; Add. MS. 

14,295, fo. 62" ; I. 9, fo. 30, Her. Coll. ; Gnil, p. 211 ; Harl. MS. 5887, 

fo. 25". 
GoDDARD, William, of Middx. and East Woodhay, Hants, coat and crest (3 Dec. 

1536, Harl. MS. 1544, fo. 145"). Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 41"; 

Stowe MS. 092. fo. 47 ; Harl. MS. 1544, fo. 47". 
GoDARD, William, of Westminster, gent. Usher for ye Hon. Court of Starchamber 

and <if lici- liit;iiness ChJ the receipt of the Exch-, grant 6 April 1592, by 

W. Dethick. Stowe MS. G76, fo. 88 and 100 : copv of grant, Harl. MS. 

6140, fo. 54 ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 36, fo. 18. 
GoDDYN [Godden], Agnes, dati. to John, of Kent, the wife of W™ Clowes .... 

by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 117" : Stowe MS. 702, fo. 115 ; Add. MS. 

4966, fo. 190. 
Godden, Anthony, of Addington, Kent, 11)33, by AV. Segar, (iart. Harl. MS. 

5887, fo. 114. 
Godfrey, Oliver, of Willington. Kent, "found out and confirmed" 17 June, 

21 Eliz., 1579, by G. Dethick. Harl. MSS. 1441, fo. 103", and 5847, 

fo. 53", and Add. MS. 12,454, fo. 53"; Harl. MS. 1548, fo. 99, for 

pedigree. 
„ Oliver, of Wilmington, Kent, .... by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 14". 
GoDSALVE, Thomas, of the city of Norwich, coat and crest. Barker's Grants, 

Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 41" ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 47. 
GODWYN, Thomas, Bishop of Bath and Wells .... 1)V Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, 

fo. 117, and 6179, fo. 12 ; Add. MS. 49GG, fo. 28. 
GOFFE, Stephen, D.D., and John, D.D., brothers, arms and augmentation 1 Ch. II., 

by Sir E. Walker, Gart. Her. Coll., fo. 40. See GouuH. 
GOFTON, Sir Humphrey, of Stokewell, Surrey, quarterly coat, 1 Aug. 1622, by 

Camden. Francis in Harl. MS. 1422. fo. 112; Harl. MS. 6095, fo. 40, 

Francis ; Goston in Guil., p. 163. 
Gold, Christopher, of Stowmarket, Suffolk, " fiie King's Gunner," the canton, etc., 

augmented confirmation for beating down a piece of the steple at Bullcn, 

and so had a confirmation of those. Stowe MS. 692, fo. 47 ; Barker's 

Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 43. 
GOLD.SMYTH, .... his crcst .... Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 41 ; 

Stowe MS. 692, fo. 46" : a hawk az., membered gn., guttee de sang. 
Goldsmiths' Company, .... crest and supporters .... 1571, by Cooke. Her. 

and Geneal, i., 122. 
Golightly, John, gift .... 1558 ... . Harvey's Grants, Add. MS. 16,940, 

fo. 61. 
Gollop, Thomas, Strode, Dorset, s. of Thos., of the same, 30 Oct. 1682, by S'' W" 

Dugdale and S' George, Clar. Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 78; Grants III., 

fo.l62. 
GOMELDON, William, Esq., Jeweller unto the Queen, and his bro. Richard, sons of 

Roger, late of London, Merch' Adventurer and grandson of W'", of Porton, 

Wilts, etc., 10 Nov. 1662, by Walker. Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 32, copy of 

graut. 
GoMERSALL, . . . . of London .... by Sir G. Dethick, Gart. Harl. MS. 6140, 

fo. 54". 
GosviLLE AND Caits Coll., Cambridge, 15 Sept. 1575, by Cooke, Clar. Original 

at Cains Coll., Add. MS. 5822. 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XTII. CEKTITRY. 103 

GooCH, Pall, of Encle (EcHos), Norfi.lk. s. d' IJclcrt, of Dys, S Nov. ir.HO, by 

G. Dcthick. Harl. MSB. 1441, fo. ind, ami 1422, fo. 22", Taiil. and Q's 

Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 50". 
Good, .... London .... bv Cooke. Si owe 11 S. tlTO, fo. 82. 
GOODALL, Tliomag, of Stoneliain Eail, Suti"., grant 1 March 1612-13, by Segar. 

Harl. MS. 1470, fo. 23, 250 ; copy of grant, Brit. Mus., Add. MS. 12,225, 

fo. 47'' ; Giiil. 351 ; Harl. MS. (5140, fo. 60''. 
GOODAY, Arthur, of Higham Ferrers, Northants, 11 Sept. ICOO, l.y W. Detliick. 

Gart., and Camden, Clar. Le Neve's Ms. 35(1. 
GoODCHiLD, Elizabeth, dan. of Dnnston. of Tiondoii, uciit., 2'"' wifr <'r Henry 

Brobred-j of Sussex, Esq., 31 Auo-. 1575, by G. Dethick. Harl. MS. 1441, 

fo. 83" ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 38". 
GoODKRiCir, Thomas, of Hardwick, Snff., Student, at I, aw. s. of Thdnuis. ,,r P.my 

St. Edmunds, s^rant, 20 April l.V.)4. bv W. Dethirk. St. me MS. CTC, 

fo. 150, 142 ; copv of izrant ti. 'ilumias the elder. (,)'s Coll. Oxf. :\IS. 36, 

fo. 41 and 106. 
GooDiiiCH, Sir Henry, Knt. and Bart., alteration of crest 27 Anc'. 1694, by 

T. St. George, Gart., and Clar., his brother John. Misc. Gen. et Her., 

2 S., vol. ii., p. 248 ; Grants IV., 175, copy of S'^'it. Brit. Mus. 
„ John (i bro. of Sir Hv.), alteration. Earl Marshal's Warr' 21 Jan. 1697-8. 

Grants IV., 244. 
GooDRiCKE, Richard, of London, confirmed .... 15[(;]i;. Harvey's Grants, Add. 

MS. 1 6,940. fo. 34 ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 20. 
„ Richard, of Ribstone, Yorks, crest confirmed 1 559, by L. Dalton. Xorr. Add. 

MS. 16,940, fo. 31. 
GoonFEi.LOW, Cliristo].her, of fbc Inner Temple, and Matthias, of London, sons of 

^latthias, of Craiiroi,]. Nmdilits.. o-.-anted 16 A[)ril 1665, by Bysshe. 

Gnil, p. 261: Harl. MS. C.l 7;i, fo. 37". 
GoODixcE, Richard, of Boston, co. liiiie., coat and crest. Barker's Grants, Harl. 

MS. 5846, fo. 43" ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 47". 
., George, of Debache, Suffolk, Crest by Cooke, 1576. Harl. MS. I(i.s5. fo. 26 

and 16. 

„ , of Henley, Oxon, a patent. Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 69''. 

GooDLAW, Thomas, of Aspull, co. Lane, 1581, by Flowei-, Norroy. Harl. MS. 

1437, fo. 47. 
GoODiLiN, Gawen, of Ruthin, co. Denbigh, 20 Nov. 1573, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 

1359, fo. 120". 
„ Thomas, of Letherhead, Surrey, granted 12 May 1579, by Flower. jMS. 

Ashm. 834, fo. 21, copy of grant,' Bodleian Lib. ; Guil., p. 386. 
GOODRIDGE, Nicholas, of Totnes, Devon, July 1610, by Camden. Harl. MSS. 

1422, fo. 21", and 6095, fo. 13 ; Guil., p. 76. 
GooDWix, John, of co. Bucks, confirmed .... 1550 or 1559. (Harvey's Grants), 

Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 47". 
„ John, of Surrey, 15[6]|. (Harvey's Grants), Add. MS. 16,940. fo. 9 

and 30''. 
„ John, of E. Grinsted, Surrey, Esq., confirnied 12 Nov. 1597. Harl. iMS. 

1561, fo. 121", by Camden; .\dd. MS. 14,295, fo. 80" ; I). 11, 54, Her. 

Coll.; 14 May 1605 in Morgan's Sphere, p. 117. 
GoODWYN, Robert, of Portisberry, Somerset, crest 10 May 1553, by Hawley (?). 

Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 206. 
GoDWix, Thomas, of Loudon, confirmed 15[6]5. (Harvey's Grants), Add. MS. 

16,940, fo. 51". 
GoODwix, Thomas, London, out of Devon, . . . ., by G. Dethick. Harl. MS. 1422. 

fo. 22". 
GoODWYN, William, of Booking, Salop (Essex ?), coat and ciest. Barker's Grants, 

Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 44 ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 47" ; Harl. MS. 1422, 

fo. 17. 



104 GRANTEES OF AEMS TO THE END OP THE XVII. CENTURY. 

GooDWY.x, AVilliam, of Wells, Somerset, gent., graut 20 Feb., 1 and 2 Phil. 

iiiid Maiy. 1554-5. bv G. Dcthick. Harl. MS. 1.359, fo. 63 ; copy 

of grant, Q's Coll. O.xf. MSS. .37, fo. 34, and 39, fo. 51 ; Grants I., 

141-2, confirmed by W. Detliick ; Harl. MSS. 1110, fo. 42, and 1422, 

fo. 17. 
GOODYEH, Thomas, of New Windsor, Berks, 19 Oct. 1579, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 

1359, fo. 95, and 5887, fo. 29. 
GoOKEiNE, John, s. of Thomas, s. of Arnold Cockeine ais Gookeine of Ickham, co. 

Camb., 7 Oct. 1G09, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 47'^ ; Guil., p. 203 ; 

aitested by Pliiliiiot. Somerset Her., Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 38: impaling 

Denn quarterly, Harl. JIS. l.|;li'. fo. 212 ; copy of grant, Add. MS. 7098, 

fo. 8(i''. 
GoRK, .Terrard. of London 15S7. liv Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 108\ and 

1422, fo. 94 ; Add. .MS. I'.icc,. |o'. (;4. 
GoEiNO, Sir George, Knt., MaMri dl the Horse to ye Queen, and Lieut, of the 

Hon. banii of rciil imnis. (!( aicd by King Charles Baron Goring of 

lliirstiiicipoiiit, Sii,-s( \. ('(iiiliiiiiatidn. (iiiartirly of 9, and grant of 

suppcrieis 10 :\lay n;:;;.'. I.y Sruai . AM. ]\1.S 12,225, fo. 48. 
Gor:\E. Sir llarthnl(,ii;t\v di . a 1 hm iiiian. <.,)i'aii.i-iiiastei-, seal and augmentation 

1 April liMC. by Sir H. Walk. r. (iaii. Her. Coll., fo. 27. 
GoKRT, .lohn, of Lonii'iiii. eitizi-n and lucrulit., and to .John his father, 2 Dec. 

1652. by i:. r.y>slif. (iart. liysslie's (irants, 38. See also G0S8E. 
GOSFRIGHT, (ii M-r. ,1' L-ndoii, gent.j B. of Andrew, late of Sandwich, Kent, s. of 

Gt'oi-r. ,ni,,i,i.-iiiv called Gostred, 19 Feb. 1657-8, by Bysshe. Harl. MS. 

1172. in. i!i. copy of grant. 

GosSE, , by Bysshe." Harl. MS. (;i79, fo. 39. 

GosNOL]), Robert, of Sutf., coat .... Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, 

fo. 43" ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 48. 
GOUGH, .John, of Bishbury, co. Stafford, gent., 1 July 1664, by W. Diigdale, Norr. 

(Her. Coll.). 
., D' John, and bro. D' Stephen, arms and augmentation 1 July 1661, by 

Walker, Gart. Her. Coll., 40. ^'w Goffe. 
„ William, gent., of the co. of Chester, grant 12 Dec, 21 Ed. IV., 1481, by 

T. Holme, Clar. Harl. MS. 1507, fo. 449 (copy of grant, Brit. Mus.), 

Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 3 ; Le Neve's MS. 449 ; Q's Coll. Oxf.MSS. 38, fo. 12, 

and 39, fo. 2 ; Grants II., 641. 
Goi'MJ (.lohn), of Dorcliestei-, Dorset, per saltire az. and or, a lyon rampt. counter 

changed , by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 48 ; C. 22 [Visit. 

Dorsetsh., 1623], lo. Ilu", Her. Coll., and Gail., p. 399 ; Harl. MS. 105, 

fo. 8''. 
„ Sir Henry, of Sharpham park, Somerset, a Justice of the Court of K. Bench, 

7 July 1699, by T. St. George, Gart. and Clar. Add. MS. 14,831, fo. 87, 

and Grants IV., fo. 297. 
GOULDINO, .... Hill, Dorset, escocheon, by J. Borough. Harl. MS. 6179, 

fo. 23. 
,, Robert, of Newherber, par. of Levington, Kent (s. of Henry), confirmed 13 

May 1572, by Cooke. Guil., p. 174. 
GOUNINC!, John, Mayor and Alderm. of Bristol, granted 22 Dec. 1662, by Bysshe. 

Hart. MSS. 1470, fo. 136, 1105, fo. 17, and 1441, fo. 131^ as Gunning, and 

Guil., p. 329 ; Bysshe's Grants, fo. 13, Her. Coll. 
GoURiNEY, Anne, wife of Richard, esq., citizen and Alderm. of Loudon, dau. of 

Richard Johnson, of Hampstead, Essex, gift 12 March 1596, 39 Q. Eliz., 

by R. Lee, Clar., or his officer (?). Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 103. See 

Johnson. 
Gorney, Sir 'J'homns, of Stifford, Essex, Knt. and High Sheriff, 1622, arms allowed 

.... 1621, by Camden : Arg., a cross engrailed gu., in the dexter chief 

point a cinquefoil az. Harl.^MS. 6095, fo. 40. 



GRANTEES OF AKMS TO THE END OF THE XVH. CENTURY. 105 

GowRAN, Lord (Cutts), John, Baron of: supporters 19 Dec. 1(592, by T.St. George, 

Gart. Ilarl. MS. 6834, fo. 178 ; Grants IV., Co. G9. 
Grace, Robert, Wilts, s. of John, of Somerset, . . . ., by Cooke. Stowe MS. 670, 

fo. 29^ 
Grafton, Kichard (s. of Ralph, out of Cheshire), attested and ratified and 

confirmed (in a letter testimonial to Spain), by Flower, 16 An<j. 1577. 

MS. Ashm. 834, fo. 5''; copy of grant, Bodleian Lib., 1512 [«;>]. 

Giiil., p. 390. 
„ Richard, of London, confirmed .... 1560. (Harvey's Grants), Ad<l. MS. 

16,940, fo. 14 ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 21^ 
„ Ricliard, of London, 8rd s. of Richard, of London, Stationer and Printer, 

3 March 1584-5, by Cooke. Add. MS. 14.295, fo. .SO ; Harl. JISS. 1359, 

fo. 116, and 1052, ib. VS^ ; see above by Flower, Clar. Stowe MS. 670, 

fo. 1. 
„ Richard, of London, Feb. 1605-6, by W. Camden. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 19, 

and 6095, fo. 4"^; Cains Coll. Ca'mb. MS. 551, fo. 4'' ; Morgan's Sphere, 

109 ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 62''. 
Graham, see Gryme. 
Grandorge, Hiimfrey, gent., 1st s. of John, 1st s. of Humfrey, of Flaskby, 

Yorks, gent., gift of crest 22 Nov. 1560, by L. Dalton, Norr. Harl. MS. 

1359, fo. 46^" 
Granger, John, of London, . . . ., by Cooke, Clar. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 53. 
Graswincle, Sir Theodore, of Delfe in Holland, Augmentation at tlie Castle 

of St. German en laye, 10 Sept. 1649, by Sir E. Walker, Gart. Her. Coll., 

fo. 1. 
Gratwick, see Grotwick. 
GiiAVATT, John, of London, free of the Comp^ of Goldsmiths, Alderm. and deputy 

oi' Farringdon without, Fleet St. Ward, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, 

fo. 48"; ^C. 24 [Visit. Lond., 1634], fo. 604", Her. Coll.; Guil., 

p. 192. 
Grave, James, of Heyton, Yorks, and to I sons of W"', s. of Robert, s. of John, ot 
„ .Iiihii, of London, gent., > Heyton aforesaid, Crest 12 June 

J 1591, by Cooke. Add. MS. 14,295, 

fo. 23" ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 94"; 12 Jan. 1591-2, by Cooke and Knight, 

Norr. (?), in Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 51 ; ? Grants IL, 519. 
Gravenor, azure, a garb or, see Le Neve's MS. 323 among Camden's Grants. 

.See Grosvenor. 
Gravesend, Borough of, ... . 1636. by W. Le Neve, Clar. Cat. Her. Exhib. Soc. 

of Antiq., 71. 
Grate, Henry, of Gosfield Hall, Suff., 1576, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 85", 

and 1359, fo. 100" ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 88". 
Gray, Sir Richard, Secretary of Ireland, July 1612, by Camden, arms also of 

Ann, dau. of Christopher Payton, his wife {see Anne Grey). Harl. MSS. 

6095, fo. 23", and 1422, fo. 37". 
„ Richard, of London, gent., s. of Walter, s. of Richard, descended of a 

younger brother of the Lord Gray of Rotherficld, cojiy of grant 23 June 

1568, by Ro. Cooke. See copy in Records of the parish of Whitkcrk 

exemplified. 
„ Robert, Sheriff of London and Master of Jlerchant Taylors Co., 1635, and to 

Thomas Gray, his nephew, granted .... April 1635, by R. St. George, 

Clar. Harl. MS. 1470, fo. 14, 242 (copy of grant, Brit. Mus.) ; Grants XL, 

fo. 658 ; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 104 ; Gull., p. 405, and by Sir E. 

Bysshe to 
„ Wdliam, of Hackney, Midd.x., 7 Mav 1652. and to his brethren, being of the 

kindred of Robert the Mercht. taylor. Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 75". 
Greaves, Sackville, of West Fairle, Sussex, esq., 28 Nov. 1671, by Sir E. Bysshe, 

Clar. Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 39, and Bysslic's Grants, 28. 

P 



106 GEANTEES OF ARMS TO THE E^'D OF THE XVII. CE^'T^EY. 

GiiEDGEFiELi), AVilliam, . . . ., 1 April 1624, by E. St. George, Clar. Add. MS. 

14,295, fo. 04*. 
Greeke (Thomas), Barou of Exchequer, crest Feb. 1611-12, by Camden. Harl. 

MSS. 1422, fo. 2V\ and 6095, fo. 14". 
Green, .... 1725 [? 1625], by Le Neve ? Burke's Armory. 
Greene, Edward, of Welby, Norfolk, gift 10 Aug. 1562. (Harvey's Grants), Add. 
MS. 10,940, fo. 61 ; Grants II., 562. 
„ Edward, of Shenley, Herts, arms and crest 18 July 1571, l)y Gookc. Harl. 
MSS. 1359, fo. 24, and 1422, fo. bO^ ; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 51'^ ; Q"s Coll. 
O.xf. MS. 140, fo. 467 (coat as Thomas below). 
„ George, of Awkley, Yorks, 22 Oct. 1564, by Flower. Add. JIS. 14,295. 

fo. 72" ; called Tho» by Guii., p. 307, and Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 69. 
„ Sir Richard. Knt., clerk of the check to the Hon. band of gent, pensioners, by 

R. St. George, Clar., not blazoned or tricked. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 58. 
„ (or Greve), Thomas, of Rotlierhani, Yorks, by letters patent iu French 

8 March, 13 H. VIII., 152[l-2], by Wriotheslev, Gart., and Wall, Norr. 
Stowe MS. 7(i6, fo. 10 ; see Edward above ; Hark MS. 1433, fo. 18". 

Grene, Thomas, of Knapton, Norfolk, gift .... (Harvey's Grants), Add. MS. 

16,940, fo. 52. 
Greene, William, of Esse,\, gent., descended out of Yorks, confirmed 17 July 1494, 

9 Hen. VII., by J. Richmond Clar. Stowe MS. 676, fo. 5 ; Misc. Gen. 
et Her., 2 S., vol. v., p. 360 (plate) ; Harl. MS. 1507, fo. 6" (copy of 
grant, Brit. Mus.) ; Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 113" ; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 77 ; 
Stowe MS. 692, fo. 47" ; copy of grant, Q's Coll. Oxf. MSS. 37, fo. 6, and 
38, fo. 16, and 146, fo. 29. 

„ Sir William, of Oxfordshire, confirmed Feb. 1605-6, by Camden, Clar. Harl. 

MS. 6095, fo. 20 ; Guii., p. 157, adds father of Sir Michael ; Harl. JFS. 

5887, fo. 22". 
„ William, of Mitcham, Surrey, fined for Alderm. and Sheriff of London. 6 Jan. 

1603-4, by Bysshe, Clar. Harl. MS. 1470, fo. 06 ; (copy of grant, Brit. 

Mus.) Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 17 ; Bysshe's Grants, fo. 4, Her. Coll. ; Surrey 

Arch. Soc, iii., 350 ; Guii., p. 386. 
Greenfield, John, son-in-law to Sir E. Walker, Gart., 3 Dec. 1661, by Garter. 

Her. Coll., fo. 43. 
Grbenhill, Thomas, of the city of London, Chirugeon (7th s. of W"' Greenhill of 

Greenhill, co. Middx., but 39th ciiild by birth of the said W™, by Elizabeth 

his wife, dau. of John Jones of London), 1 Sept. 1698, by T. St. George, 

Gart. and Clar. Add. MS. 14,831, fo. 190 ; Grants IV., 270-7-8 ; Mi'sc. 

Gen. et Her., 3rd S., v., 290. 
Greenhough, John, of Brandlesome, co. Lane, 9 Nov. 1014, by R. St. George. 

Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 109", 6179, fo. 20", and 6140, fo. 46, quarterly, 

fo. 73. 
Greenstreet (Peter in Gnil., p. 405), of Ofspring, Kent, alteration 23 June 1642, 

by Borough. Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 58 ; alteration of crest and the martlet 

in the canton altered to an eagle, Caius Coll. Camb. MS. 551. 
Greenwaye, Ralijh, .... Norfolk, gift .... 1558. (Harvey's Grants), Add. 

MS. 16,940, fo. 9. 
Greenwell, W", of London, merclit. (descended from Greenwell of Greenwell Hill, 

CO. Durham), crest given .... 1602, by Camden. (1601 in Add. MS. 

14,295, fo. 120") ; Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 38", 6095, fo. 1, and 1422, 

fo. 17. 
Greete, .... Staveley, Yorks, confirmed 1655. Burke's Armory. 
Gregory, George, of Nottingham, 4 July 1663, by W. Dugdale, Norr. (Her. 

Coll.) 
„ William, of Barnby upon Don [co. York] (s. of Roger, etc.), 23 Feb. 

1600-1, 43 Eliz., by Segar. Surtees Soc, XLL, xlv., copy of grant, Brit. 

Mus. (?). 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE ENB OP THE XVII. CENTURY. 107 

Grkneway, Cape 1044, by W. Kyley, Lane. Herald. Stowu M8. 7ua, fo. ()3. 

Gresham, Jolin, Mercer, of London, s. of John, of Holtmarket, Norfolk, augmenta- 
tion 20 Sept. 1537, by Ilawley. Misc. Gen. et Her., ii., 311; F. 12, 

lb. 12, 128, Her. Coll.; {nee wife Kath. Sampson) copy of grant, Brit. 

Mns., Sir Thomas, Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 20. 
Gresham, llichard. Mayor and Alderm. of the Honble. city of London, 30 Nov. 

1537, by Barker. Quartering?, Add. MS. 14,311, fo. 34, 36; Aubreys 

Surrey, v., 371 ; Misc. Gen. et Her., ii., 311-312, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. ; 

Le Neve's MS. 485. 
Gretton familv arms certified by W"' Ryley, Norr. Harl. MS. 0832, 

fo. 413". 
Greve, Thomas, of Rotherham, see Greene. 
Grey, Anne, wife of Richard, of Loudon, Alderm., arms. Barker's Grants, 

1526—49, Harl. MS. 584G, fo. 40 ; Gray in Stowe MS. 692, lb. 46" ; 

Grants L, 352". 
„ Henrv, Lord Yelverton, supporters and quartering? 4 Nov. 1680, by Sir U . 

Dugdale. Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 178 ; Grants IIL, fo. 117. 
Grev-tawyers', Crafte and Fratevnyte of, the City of London, grant 27 Sept. 

1476, 16 Edw. IV., by Holme; confirmed 11 Oct., 22 H. VIII., 1530, by 

Benolte. Harl. MS. 1470, fo. 54, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. 
(ruiFFiTH, Thomas, of the city of Bristol, s. and h. of Edward, s. of John, of the 

same, e.xemplified 1 Nov. 1623, under hand and seale of the Office, by 

Segar (?). Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 48". 
Grills, John, Lanrethe, Cornwall, 19 Q. Eliz., 1577, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1079, 

fo. 87. 
Grimes, .... wife of (?) Edward Austin of Surrey .... 1611, by Camden. 

Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 36, and 6095, fo. 15, No. 1. 
, Thomas, of London, citizen and Haberdasher, 8 June 1575, by Cooke. 

Harl. MS. 115, fo. 65 ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 96" ; Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 114, 

and 1422, fo. 95", as Crimes ; Stowe MS. 670, fo. 68. 
Grimsby. Town of, allowed or conferred .... 1592, by Rhee [Lee ?]. Add. MS. 

17,5ii6, fo. 35. 
(luiXDALL, Edmund, Bp. of London, 25 Dec. 1559, by G. Dethick. Harl. MSS. 

1441, fo. 62", and 1359, fo. 78" ; grant in Latin, Q's Coll. Oxf. MSS. 39, 

fo. 109, and 145, fo. 3 ; Grants I., 49. 
Grobhaji, Sir Richard, of Gt. Wishford, Wilts, 6 May 1599, by W. Camden, Chir. 

Harl. MS. 1443, fo. 50"; Stowe MS. 706, fo. 19; Harl. MS. DUO, 

fo. 31, 74. 
Grocers' Company, arms and supporters granted by Benolte, crest granted 

14 Oct., 4 Q. Eliz., 1562, by Harvey. Add. MSS. 14,295, fo. 28, and 

16,940, fo. 52 ; Harl. MS. 13.J9, Uk 73. 
Grosvenor, Richard, of Eaton, ('lMsiiin\ i-<|., eonfirniatiou of the golden talbot, 

the ancient crest grauud I'n An-. I.V.17, 40 Eliz., by AV. Dethick. Stowe 

MS. 676, fo. 125 ; Copv cf uraiit. iiiit. Mus., Harl. MS. 2022, fo. 90", and 

Q's Coll. O.Kf. MS. 36, fo. 70, in Latin : Grants I., 423. 
(JROSVENOR (Gravenor), azure, a garb or. Le Xeve's MS., p. 323, anumg 

Camden's Grants. 
(4R0TWICK, William, Ulverston, co. Lane., crest 21 May 1607, by R. St. George. 

Harl. MS. 1562, fo. 120" ; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 79 (fo. 276) ; Harl. MS. 

5887, fo. 49" ; " doubtful whether he had a coat before," Stowe MS. 703, 

fo. 72 ; Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 10". 
Grove, Robert, of Donhead St. Andrew, Wilts, and crest granted 20 June 1560, by 

Harvey. Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 25, and Hoare's Wilts, IV., 1., 57 ; grant. 

Cat. Her. E.'ihib. Soc. of Antiq., 64. 
Gryme, Henry, of Netlierby, 1552, by Harvey, Norr. Harl. MS. 1116, lo. 61. 
GuARES, Bernard de, by charter and Roy. Warrant IS Sept., 24 H. VI., 1445. 

Harl. MS. 1178, fo. 43". 



108 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OE THE XVII. CENTURY. 

(tUDLAWe, Thomas, see fioouLAWE, 1581. 

GUETARA, Francis, of co. Line, descended from A'icholas Uzlez (Velez) de Guevara 

of Segura, prov. of (Tnyposcoa in Spain, Knight of St. lago, confirmed 

leiTj^by Segar; also under the hand and seals of Gondemor, Ambass'' 

Lieger in England for the King of Spain. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 49 ; 

ped , Harl. MS. 807, fo. 119, quarterly ; quarterly of 4, impaling Smyth, 

Harl. MS. 5805, fo. 104. „ ^ 

.Johannes, of Stanigot, co. Line, esq., 18 March 1604-5, by Segar and 

' Camden, Clar. Harl. MS. 5805, fo. 104, copy of confirmation and pedigree, 

or rather a certificate of gentry. See preceding entry. 

Gun.DFORD (Nath. or Francis), Lord, supporters 12 Nov. 1683, by Sir W™ Dugdale, 

Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 178 ; Grants IIL, 208. 
Guildhall, The fraternity of the Chapel of. Arms and crest originally granted by 
Walter Bellinger, Ireland King of Arms, and annulled by Thos. (Holme), 
Clar, who regranted the same coat and crest 16 July, 2-2 Ed. IV., 1482, 
which were confirmed 12 Oct. 1530 by Thos. Benolte, Clar. Q's Coll. Oxf. 
MS. 38, fo. 9, for copy and grant. 
GuiLLiM, John, Portsmouth Herald Extr?. Earl Marshal's Warrant, 1603. Add. 

MS. 5756, fo. 276. , „ 

A GuiLLiMR, John, of Westbnrv, in the forest of Dean, co. (il.iuc, by Harvey. 
Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 17. 

Gull, William, of Sandwich, Kent 1580, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, to. 91, 

and 1422, fo. 93 ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 30". 
GULSTON, John, of Gray's Inn. Counsellor-at-Law, younger bro. and his elder bro. 
Theodore, Doctor of Physick. eldest son. Sons of W" Gulston of Wymond- 
ham, CO. Leic. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 20'', and 6095, fo. 11 ; Gnil., p. 358, 
by Camden. ,„ , i , 

Gunman, Christopher, "Commander of the Anne," 15 May 1676, ? b y W. Dudgaie. 

Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 178 ; Grants III., fo. 30. 
Gunning, Peter, S.T.D., Bp. of Chichester, s. of Peter, presbyter of Hove in Kent, 
9 May 1670, by Walker. .\dd. MSS. 14,293, fo. 30, and 14,294, fo. 4 ; 
Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 51, copy of grant. 
Gunning, see also Gouning. 
GUNTER .... his crest .... Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 42" ; Stowe 

MS. 092, fo. 47 ; [Philip, of London, Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 37]. 
GURNEY, John, of Avlesbury, Bucks, 17 June 1609, by Bysshe, Clar. ; see also 
GOKNEY and" GOURNAY. Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 22; Bysshe's Grants 
27 ; Le Neve's MS. 505, and Proc. Soc. Antiq., 2nd S., .xvi., 1897, 
p. 355. 
„ Richard, ats Gurnard, s. of Bryan G. ats (i., born at Kendal, co. Westmld., 
who for his integritv, gravity and prudence ye citizens of London had 
elected their Sheriff, exemplified 26 July 1033, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, 
fo. 49 ; C. 24 [Visit. Lond., 1634], fo. 307, Her. Coll., and (iml, p. 406 ; 
Harl. MSS. 5887, fo. 113'>, and 6140, fo. 71. 
GUYAN, Marke, of Dines Hall, Essex, Knfi by Chas. II., grant 3 Dec. 1071, ? by 

Sir E. Bysshe. Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 42. 
GuYBON, see Gibbon. 

GuYDOTT or GuiDOTTO, Authouio, of Florence, 22 Dec. 1550, 4 Ed. VI. Mb. 
Ashm. 858, fo. 15, 16, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Sir Anthony, 
augmentation by Barker, N. and Q., 2nd S., iv., 438, Bodleian Lib. : MS. 
Rawl., B. cii, fo. 53 ; Le Neve's MS. 478. 
(^UYLEMYN afs GUYLEMYN Troytb, Jolui, of Anglesey in Wales and then 
gentelman harbenger to the Q's Majestic, 16 Mary. Harl. ]\ISS. 1433, 
fo. 15, and 1546, fo. 38, and Stowe MS. G70, fo. 47. 
Gymbeii, Fabyan, of London, gent., s. of W™, s. of W™, of Terapsford, s. of 
W™, 5 Aug. 1590, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. lOl*- ; Grants II., 
49:1'. 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO TUK END OF THE XVIt. CENTURY. 109 

H 
Habixgto.v , of HertH, by Kawloy, ('lav. H;irl. MS. IIIC, fo. 41". See 

llANNIXfiTOX. 

Hackku, John, East Bridgford, Notts, Es(i., u Justice of the peace, 28 Nov. 1611, 
hv R. St. George, Noir. Add. MS. 1-1,295, fo. 59"; C. 34 [Visit, of 

jNfottingham, 1662], fo. 3 ; Grants II., (ill ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 34^ 
Hackett, Roger, North Crawley, Bucks, s. of Thomas, of London, confirnied 1575, 

by Cooke, Clar. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 82. 
Hackwell of CO. Line, or, a bend betw. six trefoils slipped az by 

Segur. Add. MS. 1 2,225, fo. 49''. 
llACK\vir,L, John, s. of Wm., s. of Allan, s. of John, of Totnes, Devon, etc., grant 

of arms and crest 1601, by W. Dethick, Gart. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 36, 

fo. 123, copy of grant. 
Hacon, Sir Hubei-t, Kt^ of Suffolk, I53(;, bv T. Wall, (iart. Bannernian's MS.. 

No. 9, fo. 454. 
Haddon, . . . ., crest .... Barkers (irants .... 1526—4'.). Harl. MS. 5S46, 

fo. 50" ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 54'\ 
Hadleigu, town of, Suffolk, letters patent 22 Nov., 16 Jac. I. (18 Feb. 1618), 

by Camden. Cott. MS. Faustina E. 1, fo. 4 ; Sutf. Arch. Instit., iii., 

312. 
Hadley. George, East Barnet, Herts, only s. of George, citizen of London, II April 

1685, by W. Dugdale, Gart. and Clav. Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 178; 

Grants HI., fo. 271 ; Lausd. MS. 867, fo. 52. 
Hadnall, . . . ., or, a niaunch sa. ; crest, a buck's head erased or, ducally gorged az., 

attired sa., by Sir G. Dethick. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 26". 
Hager, John, of Bourne, co. Canib., esq., crest and arras confirmed 2 Sept. 1605, 

by Camden. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 25 ; Dec. in Add. MS. 14,295, fo. Ill ; 

Guil. 173, as Thomas. 
Hake (or Huke), Thomas, Peterborough, Northants, by Cooke .... Stowe MS. 

670, fo. 15. 

Hakes, Joan, ux Heneage. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 54". 

Haldenby, Fi-ancis and Robert, of Haldenby, Yorks, brothers (quarterly of 6 given 

and granted), crest granted. Dated at York, 1 Dec. 1563, 5 (}. Eiiz., by 

Flower. Add. MS. i4,295, fo. 72'' ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 56" ; Harl. MSS. 

1422, fo. Ill", and 1359. fo. 41". 
Hale, Mathias, of Alderley, co. Glouc, Ld. Chief I5avon of the Exchequer, 9 :\Iay. 

13 Chas. II., 1661. Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 16"; Bvsshe's Grants, fo. 4, 

Her. Coll. 
„ Thomas, of Clifford's Inn, gent., and to his brother Michael, 15 Sept. IOCS, 

by Sir E. Walker, Gart. Her. Coll., fo. 65. 
Hales, see also Halles. 

„ .... confirmed Feb. 1616. by Camden. Harl. JIS. 6095. fo. 35'', and Cains 

Ciill. Camb. MS. 551, fo. 24". 
„ James, of Dongeon, Kent, s. of Humphrey, s. of Sir James, a Ju.stiee C. P., 

s. of John, Baron of Exchequer, s. of John, s. of Henry, s. of John, s. of 

Thomas, of Hale Place. Haledon, Kent, and heir of Sir Robert Hales, Kt., 

lord of S' John of Jerusalem in England and lord Treasurer of England, 

and also cousin to Sir Nicholas, 2 March 1570-71, by Cooke. Stowe MS. 

670, fo. 60. 
„ John, of Newington, Kent, 16 Nov. 1520, by Wriotheslcy and Benolte. Add. 

MS. 5506, fo. 109, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. 
Haley. Edward, of Edgware-bury, Middx., 27 Jan. 1679-80, by W-" Dugilale, 

Gart., and Hy. St. George, Norr. Add. MS. 14,831, fo. 74 ; Grants III., 

fo. 99. 
Halfehide, Edward, of Aspdon, Herts, s. of James, of Yardley, Herts, crest 

confirmed 1564, by G. Dethick, Gait., Cooke and Norroy. Harl. MSS. 



ilO GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE ENl) OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

5823, fo. 25, and 1441, to. 76, and Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 25 ; Stowe 
MS. 703, fo. 28^ 

Halcjat, Robert [de Helmesworth, co. York], Bp. of Llandaff, 29 June 1539, by 
W. Fellow, Norr. Misc. Gen. et Her., N. S., i., 336, from Her. Coll., copy 
of grant, Brit. Mus. 

Halifax, see Waterhouse. 

Hall, Anthony, of Hampshire, gent., grant, by (i. Dethick, (Jail., 15 Feb., 
6 Ed. VI., 1551-2. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 61 : copy of giant, Q's Coll. O.xf. 
MS. 39, fo. 42 ; Grants I., 176. 
„ Anthony, by Cooke, Clar. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 23. 

„ Bartholomew, of Ipswich, Suff., s. of ThoS clerk of the Hanaper office in 
Chancery, s. of Thos., of Shirburn, Yorks, Crest 8 Feb. 1587-8, by Flower, 
Norr., and to the descendants of his grandfather. MS. Ashm. 844, fo. 74, 
pedigree and copy of patent, Bodleian Lib. ; Stowe MS. 677, fo. 32 ; 
Guil. 344. 
„ Edward, of Bybrooke, par. of Kennington, Kent, 1588, by Cooke. Harl. 
MSS. 1359, fo. 113, and 1422, fo. ^92 ; Her. and Geneal., ii., 431, of 
Wellesborough, Kent, 1583. See .John, 1599. below, Add. MS. 4966, 
fo. 84^ 
„ John, s. of Aniery, of Salford, co. Lane, gent., gift at London 4 Nov. 1533, 
by Wriothesley and Tonge. Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 75" ; Harl. MS. 1359, 
fo. 41 ; (Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 73, assigns this coat to Thomas Hall of 
Middle Walton, Yorks) ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 67". 
„ John, of Everse, Salop .... coat and crest .... Barker's Grants, Harl. 

MS. 5846, fo. 48" ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 53". 
„ John, the elder, of Wilsborough, Kent, and Edward, of Ashford, his kinsman, 
27 June 1599, by W. Pethick, Gart., and Camden. Visit. Kent (43). by 
J. J. Howard, in Archa3ologia Cantiana, vol. vi., 252, copy of grant, Brit. 
Mus. See also Edward above. 
„ Joseph, S.T.D., Bp. of Exeter, 12 May 1631, by R. St. George, Clar. Misc. 
Gen. et Hei'., 2ud S., vol. iii., p. 9, plate ; I. 23, fo. 67, Her. Coll. ; Add. 
MS. 14,295, fo. 67", as Joshua. 
„ Nicholas, B.D., of Devonshire, treasurer of St. Peter's Cathedral, 20 March 
1684-5, by Sir W" Dugdale and Clar. Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 178 ; Grants III., 
fo. 260; Lansd. MS. 867, fo. 52. 
„ Sarah, relict of Joseph, late of London, mercht., who died in the West Indies 
(sister of Sir Natli' and Sir Joseph Hearne, Kts., deC), etc. (mar" to Sir 
W™ Hodges, bart.), and her two daus., Sarah, Lady Hodges, and 
M" Susanna Cottle, 20 Sept. 1699, by T. St. George, Gart. and Clar. 
(irants IV., 313 or 315 ; Stowe MS. 714, fo. 95. 
„ William, see Wall. 

Halles, .... of London, Feb. 1605-6, by Camden : az., a chev. raznly or, etc. 
Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 19, and 6095, fo. 5, and Cains Coll. Camb. MS. 551, 
fo. 4". 

Hallett, Sir James, London, goldsmith .... by Cooke. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 82". 

Halliday, Wdliam, .... 1623, see Holliday. See Le Neve's MS. 89, 280, 889. 

Hallydaye, Sir Leonard, Knt., citizen and Alderm. of London, crest 21 Sept. 
16(15, by Camden. Harl. MS. 1470, fo. 11, for copy of grant, Brit. Mus., 
and Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 119 ; Harl. MSS. (i095, fo. 4" (23 Sept.), 
and 1422, fo. 19 ; Ld. Mayor, Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 37" ; Guil. 345, as 
Halliday. This coat was granted by M"' Borough when he was Norroy to 
W'" Halliday of the city of London in 1623, the graunt in Latin, I have 
a copy of it, hee was questioned for this grauut before the Earl Marshal, 
it being in the province of Clarencienx. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 117". 

Ualyle (Halliley), .Fohn, of Dalston in Hackney, Middx., 15 May 1551, by 
Hawley. Add. MSS. 16,940, fo. 200", and 7098, fo. 77 (fo. 31), and if he 
died s.p. remainder to his brother Robert. 



GRAMTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. Ill 

IIalloway, sec also TIollowav. 
„ John, esq., Comptroller of the ("iistom house, London, quartering Tliorey 
. . . . bv Segar. Add. :MS. 12.2i'.-i, fo. I'.l": Ihul. MS. OUO, fo. 10!)"; 
Add. MS. 496C, fo. -JG. 
„ .John, of the Univ. of O.\ford, coiifirnied 10 Nov. HUU, liy K. St. George, 
Olar. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 56": I. 9, 9:5, Her. Coll. ; llarl. MS. 1405, 
fo. 4, in St. George's handwriting. 
IIai.lowood, Edward, of Chester. "I attested by R. Holme, deputy to Garter. Harl. 

„ Thomas, of London. Salter, / MS. (il79, fo. OO", different crests. 
Hallows, .... of Derbyshire, ? KMT. by Sir E. P.ysshe. Harl. MSS. Si'Tn, 

fo. 40, and 6197, fo. 29". 
„ „.•„• r.f n u J ,V-- -f^i'i. li;0:;-l, by R.St. George, 

Halsev, W .Ihani G Gaddesden ,>ars.,Mag.., and I ^ , , ^^^., ^j,, • .^^ ,.,, , , 

„ .James, 1).])., his brother. J Grants IL, G-V",. 

HALsrEi\ Lanrence, l")ep. to |)^ i'.radv. Keeper of Records, Tower df liondon, 

10 Mav 1688, by Sir T. St. (ieorge, Gart. and Clar. llarl. JIS. (i8:U, 

fo. 178'; Grants IIL, fo. 347. 
„ Lanrence, of Sunning, Berks, Esq., inhabiting y" mansion houise of y' mannour, 

and Lord of y« same, also of London, out of Lanes, 20 Nov. 1628, liy 

Seirar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 50 ; C. 24 [Visit. Lond., 1034], fo. 42, Her. 

Coll. ; Gnil. 412 ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 79. 
Halswkll, Nicholas, of Gotehnrst, crest 1591, bv Camden (? R. Cooke). Harl. 

MS. 1422, fo. 42". 
Hamby, .John, of Maltby, ne.xt Louth, co. Lincoln, esq., one of the auditors of the 

Prest, Crest 12 March 1568-9, by G. Detliick, Gart., Cooke and Flower. 

Crest blazoned, coloured ; coat quartering Hansard, Greene and Slyght. 

Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 43'> : MS. Ashm. 844, fo. 26, copy of grant, Bodleian 

Lib., and Q's Coll. O.xf. MS. 39, fo. 141 (MS. 145, fo. 18, and 146, fo. 40); 

Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 113, and 1441, fo. 74 ; Gull. 345 ; Harl. MS. 1359, 

fo. 35", to all either of his blood and name ; Harl. MS. 1116, fo. 43". 
Hamersley, Hugh, of London, s. of Hugh, s. of Richard, etc., exemplified, ratified 

and confirmed 22 Nov. 1614, byCamden. Stowe MS. 714, fo. 183 ; Harl. 

MSS. 6834, fo. 108, 6095, fo. 31". and 1422, fo. 39"; Giiil. 167; 

Grants IL, 522. 
Hamilton, Collonel (under King William, 1693). Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 85", see 

Tjyon ordinary [ordinary of Arms, by Sir J. B. Paul, Lyon K. of A.j. 
Hamonp, Edward, of So. Wotton,^ sons of Anthony, late of So. Wotton aforesaid, 

Norfolk, M.A., I dec", 5 .July 1698, by T. S' George, Gart. 

„ Richard, rand Clar. Stowe MS. 714, fo. 128, Edraond 

„ Nicholas, J fo. 119" ; Grants IV., 269. 

Hammond, James, of Salop, giant 80 April 1562, by Hervey. Stowe SIS. 676, 

fo. 28". 
Hamond, John, of Upton, Suffolk by Cooke, Clai'. P.annerman's JIS. No. 9, 

fo. 453 ; Harl. MS. 1449, fo. 112. 
„ John, of Camb., D"- of pliys. to Henry, Prince of Wales, (Feb.) 1607-8, by 

R. St. George, Norr. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 78 ; Feb. in Add. MS. 14,295, 

fo. 79" ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 74. 
JIammond, John, of Chertley Abbey, s. of Thos., s. of Giles, s. of W"', of Wlialey, 

CO. Lane, s. of Thos., of Ferrybridge, Yorks, by R. St. George, Norr. Add. 

MS. 14,295, fo. 53". 
Hamond, William, of Guildford, Surrey, crest 10 Aug. 1558, by Hervey. Cojjy of 

sjraiit, Harl. MvSS. 1116, fo. 52, and 1422, fo. 22; Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 26; 

Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 108. 
Hamon, Thomas, of Nonynn;ton, Kent, coat and crest. Barker's Grants .... Harl. 

MS. 5846, fo. 56";\Stowe MS. 692, fo. 55" ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 22". 
„ William, of Arreys, Kent, gift .... 1559. (Harvey's Grants) Add. MS. 

16,940, fo. 45". 



112 GKANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OP THE XVII. CEKTTJRY. 

Hampsone, Sir Eobert, Aldern'., 10 Oct. 1002, 44 Q. Eliz., by Camden. Harl. 

MSS. U22, fo. 18'', and 0095, fo. d^ ; Misc. Gen. et Her., 2nd S., vol. ii., 

p. 218; Guil. 299. 
Hampton, crest Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 51 ; Stowe MS. 

692, fo. 54^ 
„ Robert, of London, descended from Hampton of co. Staff., confirmed 

(? testified) .... by Sc^ar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 50 ; C. 24 [Tisit. 

I.ond.. 1034], fo. 144, Her. Coll.; Gnil. 137. 
.. William, rector of Blechinsley, Surrey, 13 Aug. 1662. Bysshe's Grants, 

fo. 14, Her. Coll, ; Harl." MS. 1470, fo. 105, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. ; 

Harl. j\rs. 1105, fo. I'j'' : Knrrey Arcli. Soc, iii., 351, and Guil. 70. 
Hanbvuy, Francis, AVolvcrhtimpton, gent., 23 April 1064, by W. Dugdale. Burke's 

Arnini-v. 
„ .John, ol'Kehnarsli, Nortlits., 3rd s. of Walter, s. of Anthony, coat confirmed 

and ciest granted .... and to lii^ brothers. /%c Visit.. 1603, Staff., by 

Camden ; Cott. MS. Faust. E. 1, fo. 04, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. 
Haxcock, Dancer, of London, escheator for Canibr. and Hunts, and also clerk 

of the Records in the Tower of London, granted 10 April 1035, by Sir R. 

St. George, Clar. Guil. 347 ; Harl. MS. f 105, fo. 0^ 
„ Edward, of Cmbe :\r;irtiii, Devon, quarterly, 1588, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 

1359, fo. 111. and 1 1 ■-■■-', fo. 121 ; Grants IL, 549. 
„ John, of Blax' li V. Xniiluints, gent., s. of Thomas, of Donnington, Salop, 

confirmed 2 Xuv. li;:;i . bv S' "George (?). Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 50. 
, Richard, Cornlnll, l,;ni.-.. s". of William, 11 Nov. 1614, by R. St. George, 

Norr. Stowc MS. 7oii, fo. 15" ; Harl. MSS. 6140, fo. 73, and 6197, fo. 12. 
„ William, of Cumb Martin, Devon, gent., 8 Dec. 1564, by Hervey. Harl. MS. 

1359, fo. 53 ; Grants IL, 549 ; copy of grant, see Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, 

fo. 80 ; Add. MS. 4960, fo. 97''. 
Handcorne, .... of London and co. Warw 1027, by R. St. George, Clar. 

Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 14''. 
Handley, Henry (s. of William, of Wilford), of Nottinghamshn-e, and Gervase, 

grant .... ai-ms. nr<i., a fcsR liptwcen ilirce goats passant, attired or, 

21 JuneVoU, by S.^ar. A.ld. .MS. 1 -.i-J.-.. In. :,(i'' : icii' in Harl. MS. 

1422, fo. 10, Heurv airl Crva-:.. >. <.( W". ..f Wilfonl, .\<.tts. 
Hanke. .lohn, Alderm. and .May-r o| ri,c-t,i-, ..^ranted C, S.'pt. 1 ,a,s(i, by Flower. 

MS. Asian. 834, fo. 2.'., copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Guil. 391. 
Hanmer, Sir Thomas, of Hanmer, Fliuts, Knt., crest 1 March, 1 and 2 Phil, and 

Mary, 1 554-5, bv Sir G. Dethick, Gart. Copy of grant, Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 

39, fo. 55 ; Hail. MS. 1359, fo. 03" ; Grants L, 220 ; Harl. MS. 1110, 

fo. 44. 
,, William, of the Fenns in Flints, s. of Wm., s. of Jenkin, etc., exemplified, 

without date, by Cooke, Clar. Harl. MS. 1116, fo. 30. 
Hannington, William, of Hants, 2 May 1556, by Hawley (?). Add. MS. 16,940, 

fo. 208 ; Harl. MS. 1 1 16, fo. 41". Habvugton of Herts. 
Hanns, Richard, of Oxford, 3 Dec. 1641, by J. Borough. Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 57"; 

Guil. 387. 
Hans or Hansey, Ralph, of Berverley, Yorks, allowed and assigned 10 Oct. 1582, 

by Flower. MS. Ashin. 844, fo. 58, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Guil. 

207. 
Hansha, Alice, wife to Sir John Lywi, Maior of London, 10 July 1555, by 

Hawlcv (?). Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 207". 
Hanson, Robert, citizen and Alderm. of London, 20 June 1664, by Sir K. Bysshe, 

Clar. Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 39 ; Bysshe's Grants 29. 
Hanson, Edward, of Woodhouse, Yorks, gent., confirmed 17 July 1652, by W" 

Ryley, Norr. J. Watson's Halifa.x, p. 266. 
Harbourd or Harbord, Charles, of Moor, Herts, esq., s. and h. of William, late 

of AVelton, Sora', descended of the ancient family of Harbord in Wales, and 



GEANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END 01- THE XVII. CENTI'liy. 113 

iiiavricd the ouly dan. and heir of Rich'' Kiclmiond of Babingtoti ; y' said 
Chillies Ijcing at present principal officer of all the revenues belonging to 
Pliilil), Karl of Pembroke and Montgomery, and y" s** Charles being by y" 
Kinu made Auditor of the Diiehy of Cornwall and surveyor genl. of all the 
Kiiiu's Iihums. tattles, lordships, manors, forests, chaces, etc., throughout 
Enulaiid ;iii(l Wales. N.B. — lie was afterwards a Knt. and And'' Clenl. to 
K. ('has. 11. wlica Prince of Wales, and of his Privy Council, and on his 
ac(!ession to the Crown one of the Commissioners of the revenues assigned 
to the Q. Mother and Her Majesty Q. Catherine for their respective 
jointures and of their Council. 12 Nov. 1631, by Segar ; 2 June 1670, 
alteration in coat and augmentation, by Walker. Add. MSS. 12,225, 
fo. 50", 14:,293, fo. 71, and 14,291, fo. 20"' ; Harj. MS. 1172, fo. 67, copy 
of grant. 

Hahbornk. John, of Midd.\-., s. of John, of Sfiddx. (descended from Harborne of 
Norfolk, to whom Canideu exemplified the arms), ratified or confirmed the 
same with grant of crest, 11 Jac, 1(;13, by Camden and Segar. Add. MS. 
12,225, fo. 51 ; Harl. MSS. 6095, fo. 11, 1(22, fo. 21, and 1359, fo. 13'' ; 
Caius Coll. Camb. MS. 528, fo. 5 ; copy of confirmation, Harl. MS. GUO, 
fo.29". 
„ Piers, now residing in city of Ayemonta in Spain, grant 25 July 1595, by 
AV. Dethick, Gart. : arms, gu., a lion passant ar. betw. three bezants, an 
estoile for difference of a 3rd bro. ; crest, or, on a morion cap an eagle 
volant or, on the breast an estoile (or), beaked and membered. Stowe MS. 
676, fo. 116 ; copy of grant, Q's Coll. O.xf. MS. 36, fo. 52. 
„ William, of London, esq., 2nd s. of W™, of Yarmouth, Norf., esq., s. of 
George, of Salop, esq., confirmed 25 Sept. 1582, by Cooke, 24 Q. Eliz., to 
the posterity of W™ his father. Copy of grant in Latin, Q's Coll. Oxf. ]\rSS. 
37, fo. 79, and 38, fo. 106, in Latin ; Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 13", and 1052, 
fo. 17" ; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 8" ; Guil. 360 ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 91. 

Harbottle, John, of Crowfeld, Sussex, confirmed .... 1559. (Harvey's Grants), 
Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 51". 

Harby, Thomas, of Adysson, Northts., confirmed .... 1562. (Harvey's Grants), 
Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 15 ; Harl. MSS. 5887, fo. 56", and 1116, fo. 54". 

Harbyn, Robert, of Newton (or Mavile), Somerset, gent., a patent May 1612, by 
Camden. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 37", and 6095, fo. 23" ; Guil. 339. 

Hardex, see Horden. 

„ .... crest Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 52 ; Add. MS. 26,702, 

fo. 1 ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 54", as Horden, which see. 

Harding, Hugh (Henry in Harl. AIS. 1507, fo. 422), an Englishman in a duel at 
Perth with William de S' Lowe, a Scotchman ! for bearing the same arms. 
S» Lowe surrendered. Perth, 2 April 1312. Stowe MS. 840, fo. 63, 
pedigree copy in Brit. Mus., 1507, fo. 422; Harl. MS. 6592, fo. 43"; 
Le Neve's MS. 422. 
„ John, citizen and Mercht. Taylor of London (2nd bro. to Robert, Alderm. 
and Sheriff of London, s. of John, of Newport Pagnell, Bucks, grant of 
crest), arms and crest 30 Aug. 1568, by Sir G. Dethick and Cooke. Q's 
Coll. Oxf. MSS. 38, fo. 83, and 39, fo. 138, for copy of grant, and also 
Harl. MSS. 1470, fo. 415, 1441, fo. 74", and 1359, fo. 53"; Guil. 229 ; 
Grants L, 310, a crescent for difference ; Le Neve's MS. 415 ; Add. MS. 
5887, fo. 45. 
„ Robert, citizen and alderm. of London, now Sheriff of same city, s. of John, 
s. of John, of Newport Pagnell, Bucks, grant (? crest) 30 Aug. 1568, by 
Sir G. Dethick, Gart., Cooke and Flower. See brother John above. Q's 
Coll. Oxf. MSS. 38, fo. 83, and 39, fo. 137, for copy of patent, and also 
Harl. MSS. 1470, fo. 276, and 1359, fo. 53" ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, 
fo. 21, and Guil. 229. 

Hare, Hugh, of Totteridge (Herts), created Baron Coleraine in Ireland, confirmation 

Q 



114 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

of arms and crest aud graut of supp" (1 May 162C), by Segar. Add. IIS. 
12,2-25, fo. 51. 
Hare, John, of London, confirmed .... 1503. (Harvey's Grants), Add. MS. 
16,940, fo. 23. 
„ Nicholas. Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 584(1, fo. 57 [in French], and Stowe 
MS. G92, fo. 52 : Arg., a chevron sable between three griffins' heads az., on 
a chief gu. a mullet betw. two martlets or. 
„ Nicholas, of Homersfield, Suff., crest 17 Dec, 37 H. VIII., 1545, by C. Barker, 

Gart. Grants I., 17. 
„ Nicholas, of Homefield, Suff., gent., crest granted 17 Dec. 1545, 37 H: VIII., 
by Barker. Grants I., 17; 17 Sept. 1537 in Harl. MS. 1507, fo. 377, 
copy of grant, Brit. JMus., and Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 23 ; Stowe 
MS. 692, fo. 54" ; Harl. MS. 5846, lb. 52'^ ; he Neve's MS. 377, 
325, etc. 
„ Sir Nicholas, of Homersfield, 1 Dec. 1539. Add. MSS. 1(;,940, fo. 200, and 

7098, fo. 75", then a Knight ? fo. G, by T. Hiiwley. 
„ Nicholas, s. of John, of Stowe Bardolph, s. of John, of Hinnarsfield, Suffolk, 
gent., confirmed 24 Oct. 1574, by Cooke. Grunts IJ., 498: Her. and 
Geneal., i., 82, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. ? 
„ Sir Ralph, of Stowe Bardolph, s. of John, of London, alteration 12 Feb. 
1613-14, by Camden. Grants II., 579 ; Her. and Geneal., i., 83 ; Harl. 
MSS. 6095, fo. 28", and 1422, fo. 38" ; Cains Coll. Carab. MS. 581, fo. 19"; 
Le Neve's MS. 325. 
Habebrkad, .... of Yorks .... gu., a cross vair betw. four licin.'^ passant or, by 

Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 51". 
Hares [Heriz] alias Smyth, William, of co. Leic, arms 8 Feb. 1499-1500, by Ch-' 
Carlyl, Norr. See fo. 374 in Modern Grants, Phillipps' Vol. ; [Her. of Smith, 
p. 22]. {See Smyth, Roger, crest 16 May 1565, by Sir G. Dethick. 
Topog. and Geneal., iii., 255, 259.) 
Harewell, Edward, Wolverhampton, co. Staff., gent., 18 June ICC.;!, bv W. Dugdale. 

Norr. Her. Coll. ; Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 30. 
Harfflett ais Atchequer, Christ"', of Kent, 9 May 1564, by Harvey. Harl. MS. 
1115, fo. 3, and Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 146, fo. 136. See Chequer and 
Septuans also. 
Hargill, William, of Nun Monkton and of ClenKMitlioip. Yorks, arms confirmed 
and crest given 1 Feb. 1580-81, 23 Eli/... l.v i;. Drthick, Gart. Cojjy of 
grant, Q's Coll. Oxf. MSS. 37, fo. 74 (and 1 I.'., to. 1 1 ) ; Harl. MSS. 1441, 
fo. 67", and 1359, fo. 33 ; Add. MS. 14,l"j:), 10. ;J.J, out of a mural crown 
gu. a lion's head or; 1585 in Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 69; Grants I., 167 ; 
Stowe MS. 676, fo. 55. 
Harlakenden, .... quarterly of 4 : az., a fesse betw. three lyons' heads erased or ; 

4th quarter, Oxeubridge .... by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 51". 
Harley, John, Bp. of Hereford, granted at London 5 June 1553, 7 Ed. VI., by 
Sir G. Dethick, Gart. Copy of grant, Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 45, in 
Latin ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 61" ; Grants I., 37. 
Hari.owe, Dame Elizabeth (wife of Sir Martin Bowes, Alderm. of London, Kt., 
and dan. of W'" Harlowe of London, gent.), ratified, confirmed and assigned, 
given and granted 16 March 1561-2, by Hervcy. Add. MSS. 16,940, 
fo. 30, and 1359, fo. 57. 
Harlow, Pedach, of Gray's Inn, Esq., s. of Robert, of Preston, Northts. (dec'' in 
Stowe), patent 8 Sept. (28"' in Stowe 703, fo. 60) 1629, l\y Segar. Add. 
MS. 12,225, fo. 52 ; Guil. 292 ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 25. 
Harman, John, of Moor Hall, co. Warwick, etc., arms and crest granted by 
Wriothesley, Gart., and Benolte, Clar. ; confirmed, 28 May 1582, by 
G. Dethick, Gart., and Cooke. Gi'ant incomplete and alterations in pencil. 
Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 37, fo. 81, copy of grant in Latin ; of Yorks in Stowe 
MS. 676, fo. 59 ; Grants I., 67. 



GRANTEES OF AKMS TO THE EKD OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 115 

IlARMAii, Joliu, of uo. Gloiic, 1(;15, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, to. 52; Hail. 

MS. 0140, fo. 80". 
Harper, John or Richard, of Swarkeston, co. Derby, exemplified quarterly. Crest 
3 Jan. 1565-6, by Sir G. Dethick. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 104 ; Harpur m 
Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 55 ; Stowe MS. 7()3, fo. 02 ; (Harl. MS. 148(3, 
fo. 31", 3 Jan. 1562-3 to Richd. Harpur) ; Richard in Le Neve's MS. 247 
and 481. 
„ John, treasurer of Christ's Hospital and Alderm. deputy of Bread Street 
. Ward in London, s. of Thos., of Walton, co. Lane, etc.; impaling Smith, 
by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 52" ; C. 24 [Visit. Lond., 1634], fo. 374% 
Her. Coll. ; Guil. 389. 
Herper als Harper, Richard, of Cheshire, gift .... 1558. (Harvey's Grants), 
Add. JIS. 16,940, fo. 32. See John above : Crest 3 Jan. 1565-6, by 
G. Dethick, Gart. Le Neve's MS. 481. 
Harper, William, of London, coat and crest .... Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 
5846, fo. 55; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 55", now Lord Mayor, 4 Bliz., as 
Herper. . 

Harpham, Alice (dau. and h. of Walter, of March Chappie, co. Lmc, originally 
out of Northumberland), wife of Thomas Philips of Lincolnshire, esq., 
24 Mar. 1626-7, bv Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 52" ; Grants L, 378. 
„ Robert, of Marfleet, Yorks, confirmed 9 July 1657, by Ryley. Harl. MS. 

1470, fo. 137 ; said to have been revoked, Guil. 295. 
„ William, of the luner Temple and of Yorkshire, 1 July 1656, by Ryley. 
Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 10", 11. 
Harrie, Thomas, Rescrow in Cornwall, 10 March, 1 Ed. VI., 1546-7, by Hawley, 
Clar. Harl. MS. 1079, fo. 39. 

IIARRIXGTON, D'' . . . . temp. Hen. VII Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 51. 

„ .lohn, of Kelston, Somerset, s. of AUexander, descended of a younger bro. of 
Harrington of Briarley, Yorks, granted 12 Feb. 1568-9, by Sir G. Dethick, 
Gart., Cooke and Flower, and again 20 Sept. 1584 according to Stowe MS. 
676, fo. 62. MS. Ashm. 844, fo. 43, copy of patent, Bodleian Lib., and Q's 
Coll. Oxf. MSS. 39, fo. 149, and 36, fo. 71 (MS. 145, fo. 18, .30 April 
1569) : Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 54, 1441, fo. 74", 5823 and 5847 ; Misc. 
Gen. et Her., N. S., iii., 17, and Guil. 413. 
„ (John) of Kelston, Somerset, s. of John and Isabel his wife, dau. of Sir John 
Markliam, Knt., sometime lieut. of the Tower, etc., with a label gu. of 
three points or quartering arg., a cross patouce az. ; crest differenced with 
the label as in the arms : confirmed and testified by Camden and Sir \V'" 
Dethick, Gart., 20 Nov. 1597, 40 Eliz. Harl. MS. 6095, fo. 37" ; copy of 
grant, Q's Coll. O.Kf. MSS. 30, fo. 71, and 39, fo. 149. 
ILiKRis, see Prickley. 

Harris, Charles, Oxford and Middle Temple, s. of John, Alderm. and sometime 
Mavor of Oxford, a great sufferer for Chas. I. ; 1 Aug. 1699, by T. .St. 
Geo., Gart. and Clar. Grants IV., fo. 300. See John below. 
„ Henry, the elder, of Great Missenden, Bucks, gent., 22 Aug. 1671, by Sir 

E. Bysslie, Clar. Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 22 ; Bysshe's Grants 27. 
„ John, of the Inner Temple, gent. (Middle Temple according to Guil., p. 136), 
10 April 1671, by Walker. Add. MSS. 14,293, fo. 83, and 14,294, 
fo. 24" ; Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 69". 
„ Nathaniel, S.T.P., J.C.D., confirmed by Camden, Clar. Harl. MS. 6179, 

fo. 133". 
„ Robert, of Leighton Stone, Essex, gent., two coats and crest given and 
granted 10 Nov., 3 and 4 Phil, and Mary, 1556, by Sir G. Dethick, Gart. 
Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 68 ; copy of grant, Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 78 ; 
Grants II., 497, and I., 198. 
„ Robert, of Chester, 31 Dec. 1558, quarterly, by Daltoii. Harl. MS. 1359, 
fo. 44". 



116 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

Hakris, Robert, formerly Herris, Justice of Peace, Middx., given, grauted, 
ratified and confirmed 21 Dec. 15G9, 12 Eliz., by Cooke : quarterly, with 
his mother's arms. Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. .57, and 1422, fo. 114 : Q's Coll. 

Oxf. MS. 14fi, fo. 43 ; Grants I., 198, and II., 497 ; llarl. MS. 1115, 
fo. 2\ 
Harrys, Sir Tho% Kt., Serg* at law. since a baronet, July 1604, by Camden. 

Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 18, 5839, fo. 3\ 2275, fo. 91*, and 1115, fo. 9"; 

Guil. 403 ; Harl. MS. 0179, fo. 83" ; Add. MS. 18,582, fo. 63". 
Harris, William, of Hayne, Devon, 1592, quarterly, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1395, 

fo. 94" ; 1591 in Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 115". 
Harrison, .... of Penrith, Cumberland, merch', of London, Nov. 1(J13, by 

R. St. George, Norr. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 83 ; Stowe MS. 70G, fo. 22. 
„ Gilbert, Alderm. and Sheriff of Londou, esq., descended of an ancient family 

surnamed Hardogson ais Harrison, within the dutchy of Brunswic, whose 

arms in that country are here set out. Grant of new arms 17 July 1633, 

by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 53 ; Guil. 389 ; Harl. MSS. 5887, fo. 113", 

6140, fo. 76", and 1441, fo. 161". 
„ John, of London, s. of W™, s. of John, of Smythes, co. Derby, 5 May 1575, 

by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 114" ; Surtees Soc, XLI., xli. 
„ John, s. of W™, of Aldcliffe, co. Lane, crest granted 10 Sept. 1616, by Segar. 

Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 83, and 1507, fo. 116, copy of grant, and in Q's Coll. 

Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 128. 
„ Robert, one of the Cursitors Court of Chancery, London, descended from 

Durham, by Segar .... Az., an eagle displayed regardant or, ducally 

gorged or, a chief erm. Crest, on a cap of maintenance az., turned up 

erm., a bird sa. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 102"; Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 53; 

C. 24 [Visit. Lond., 1034], fo. 593", Her. Coll. ; Guil. 210. 
„ Thomas, of the North, of Fincharapsted, descended out of Cumberland .... 

1574, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 83 ; Caius Coll. Camb. MS. 528, 

fo. 8, copy of grant ; Add. MS. 4900, fo. 100 ; Stowe MS. 670, fo. 71. 
Harrtson, Thomas, sometime Mayor of the city of York, 2 Aug. 1592, by Knight, 

Norr. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 43. 
Harrison, William, of London, gent., s. of Michael, Penrith, Cumberland, 2nd s. 

of John, of Graystoke ; confirmed 24 Nov. 1607, by R. St. George, Norr. 

Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 59" ; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 53" ; C. 24 [Visit. Lond., 

1034], fo. 70". 
.. William, of Barlow Grange, Notts, s. of W", of co. Bucks, Crest 1 Nov. 1609, 

by R. St. George, Norr. Surtees Soc, XLL, xlvi., copy of grant, 

Brit. Mus. 
„ William, of Aldcliffe, co. Lane, fathei' to farmer of the Customs, crest 

10 Sept., 14 Jac, 1618 (1616), by Segar. lut. MSS. P. Lewes, But 

int. JISS. J. Anstyes, Ar. Gart. the grant is to John, son of W"', of 

Alddifle. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 33"; Harl. MS. 1507, fo. 116, copy of 

grant, Brit. Mus. ; Guil. 336. 
Harry, Rowland, .... by Dalton, Norr Harl. IMS. 1422, fo. 112" ; Harris 

in Harl. MS. 0140, fo. 70. 
Harsnett, Samuel, Bp. of Chicliester, patent .... Nov. 1013, by Camden. Harl. 

MSS. 6095, fo. 28, and 1422, fo. 38". 
Hart, Sir Percivall, Knt., .... coat .... Barker's (irants, Harl. MS. 5846, 

fo. 49 ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 53". 
Harte ais HoRTE, William, of Ensham, Oxen., 1 June 1581, bv Sir G. Dethicke, 

Gart. Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 88". 
Hartgrave, John, of Bullingbroke, co. Lincoln, coat and crest. Barker's Grants, 

Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 47 ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 53. 
Hartley, John, of Manchester, co. Lane, 2 Oct., 8 Chas., 1632, by Segar. Add. 

MS. 12,225, fo. 53" ; [Visit.] Lane. [1664], C. 37, fo. 12, Her. Coll., and 

Guil. 137. 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. Il7 

Hartopi', .... of Cambriilgeshire . . . . <a confirmation .... Oct. 1617, by Camden. 

Hail. MS. 6095, fo. 36. 
Hartop, Sir Edward, of Buckraiiister, co. Lcic, bart., cuiifii-iiicd by Segar. Add. 

MS. lL',-'25, fo. 54 ; Guil. 256. 
Hartopp, Thomas, of co. Lcic, s. of W"', s. of TlioS s. of Rich'', s. of John, 

of Kent, given 18 May 1596, by Lee. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 29" ; 

Had. MS. 1359, fo. 32 ; among G. Dethick's grants, Add. MS. 26,753, 

fo. 124. 
Hartrow, Richard, gent., "of a valiant courage, possessing arras and martial 

powers" (prowess ?), confirmed 19 Mar. 1579-80, by Flower. MS. Ashm. 

834, fo. 23, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Uuil. 373. 
HartstonCtE, Ralph (2nd s. of James), of Sonth Repps, Norfolk, 1576, by Cooko, 

Clar. Bannerman's MS., No. 9, p. 453. 
Harvey, Tobiah, of VVomersley, Yorks, and brothers, 18 Sept. 1688, by T. St. 

George, Gart., and J. Diigdale, Norr. Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 178 ; Grants IV., 

fo. 18, 54, John and Samuel, Grants IV., fo. 71, 20 Nov. 1690, by 

St. George, Gart. 
„ Sir Daniel, of Comb Nevile, Surrey, .... by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, 

fo. 54. 
„ Dionise (or Dennis), an assist, gov'' of Raleisrh city, Virginia, arms .... by 

W. Dethick, Gart. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 36, fo. 120. 
Hervey, James, of Mardiche, Essex, confirmed .... 1559. (Harvey's Grants), 

Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 33". 
Harvey, George, Capt. in the troops in Ireland, of Maiden, Essex, youngest son of 

Roger, confiruied 3 Dec. 1603, by W. Dethick, Gart., and Camden. East 

Anglian, ii., 80, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. 
„ John aud Samuel, Womersley, Yorks, 20 Nov. 1690, by T. St. George, Gart. 

Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 178 ; Grants IV., 71. See Tobiah above. 
Hasell, Edward, Dalemains Dacres ,Cnmb''', 4 May 1699, by T. St. George, Gart. 

and Norr. Grants IV., 258. 
Hasellfoot, .... London .... 1656. Edmondson's Armory. 
Haslam, .... Nottingham .... by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1422," fo. 13". 
Hasledon alias Carter, \V"', of Manington, by Camden. Le Neve's MS. 357. 
Haslewood, Edmund, of Northampton, gent., coat and crest. Barker's Grants, 

Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 48 ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 53". 
Hastings, William, of Hinton, Northants, 10 July 1685, by Sir Wm. Dugdalc and 

Clar. Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 78 ; Grants III., fo. 273 ; Lansd. MS. 867, 

fo. 52. 
„ Sir John, of Gloucestershire .... coat. Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, 

fo. 58. 
Hastinges, Sir Robert, of Darbie and Nottinghamshire: or, a maunch "mawtallee" 

[? maltaillee] gules .... Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 57. 
„ Sir Robert, of Cambridgeshire : erra., [on] a chief az. two mullets pierced or. 

Barker's Grants, 1526—49, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 57". 
Hattcher (Hatcher), John, of Cambridge, gift 1561. (Harvey's Grants), Add. 

MS. 16,940, fo. 26 ; Harl. MS. 1116, fo. 56. 
Hatton, George, Fuhvell, n'' Glouc^ .... by Cooke. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 18". 
Haughtox, John, of Gunthorpe, Norfolk by Camden. Harl. MS. 6095, 

fo. 40" ; Le Neve's MS. 354. 
Hawle (? Haule or de Aula), Henry, of Wye [co. Kent], Esq., s. of George, 

s. of Thomas, 23 Nov. 1584, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 92 ; (of 

Maidstone, Kent, in Burke) Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 99 ; Add. MS. 4966, 

fo. 19". 
Haversham, Baron (Sir John Thompson, Bt.), supporters 10 June 1696, by 

T. St. George, Gart. Grants IV., fo. 215. 
Havercuamp, Henry, of London, descended out of Germany, 1591, by Cooke ; 

confirmed by Segar. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 14", and 6179, fo. 3. 



118 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

Havers, John, of Wvnfarthing, Norfolk, 10 March 1568-9, by Cooke, Clar 

Harl. MS. 1085, fo. 51". 
Haward {see Edmund Heywood), confirmed Jan. 1616-17, by Camden : arg., two 

bendlets within a border gu. ; impaling, arg., a talbot statant sa., collared 

or. Harl. MS. 6095, fo. 34. 
„ Samuel, s. of William, s. of Stephen, of the Isle of Hartye (? Thanet), Kent, 

patent 25 May 1612, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 54"; Harl. MS. 

6140, fo. 25" ; Arch. Cant., vol. vi., docquet. 
Hawe, Henry, of Dudlington, Norf., gent., grant 15 Nov., 2 Q. Eliz., 1560, by Sir 

G. Dethick, Gart. Harl. MS.' 1359, fo. 80 ; 20"' Nov. in Harl. MS. 1441, 

fo. 63; copy of grant, Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 112 (145, fo. 4), and 

according to Harl. MS. 1085, fo. 45, by W. Harvey, Clar., 1 Dec. 1563 ; 

Grants I., 270. 
Hawes, James, citizen and clothworker, London, granted 1 Sept. 1559, by Harvey. 

Cott. MS. Faust. E. 1, 17 ; Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 41" ; Guil. 305. 
„ James, citizen and Alderm. of London, grant of arms and crest (10 March 

1566-7 in docquet [Q's Coll. Oxf.] MS. 145, fo. 11"), by G. Dethick, Gart. 

Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 36, fo. 121, copy of grant ; Grants I., 143 ; Harl. MS. 

1441, fo. 68. 
Hawys, Roger, of London, .... by Wriothesley, Gart. Add. MS. 26,702. fo. 57. 
Hawkeborne, D'- John, Abbot of Chichester, Hen. VIL Add. MSS. 5848, fo. 88, 

in pencil, and 26,702, fo. 50. 
H.'i.WKESTONE, . . . ., an esquire to Lord Audley at the battle of Poictiers 1356. 

Parker's Gloss, of Heraldry, Chron. Table xiv., note, etc. 
Hawkey, Thomas and John, brothers, of Llanrawreu in Cornwall, and to Reginald, 

cousin, 28 June 1657 (by Sir E. Bysshe). Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 15"; 

a" 1656 in Harl. MS. 1470, fo. 138, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. 
Hawkins, . . . ., sa., a lyon passant or on waves of the sea in base ppr., or barry 

undee arg. and az., in chief three bezants .... by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, 

fo. 54". 
„ John, of Plymouth, Devon (? Admiral), confirmed. (Harvey's Grants), Add. 

MS. 16,940, fo. 23" ; Stowe MS. 703, fo. 89". [Arms were granted to Sir 

John Hawkins, of Plymouth, the Naval Commander, by Harvey, Clar., 

8 Q. Eliz., 1565 ; a canton was added by Cooke, Clar., in 1571. Burke's 

Armory.] 
Hawkyns ats Fysher, Thomas, of the Manor of Hawkeneste, co. Warw., coat and 

crest. 38 H. VIIL, 1546, by Barker. Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 54" ; Stowe MS. 

692, fo. 55". 
Hawkyns ats Fisher, Grant of arms and crest 10 May, 2 Ed. VL, 1548, by 

Hawley. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 49, for copy of grant; Add. MS. 

16,940, fo. 202 ; see Stowe MS. 703, fo. 89". 
Hawle, Henry, of Wye, Kent by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 99 ; Add. MS. 

4966,"fo. 19". 
Hawles, William, of the Isle of Wight, co. Southampton, s. and h. of William, of 

City of Winchester, etc., 10 May 1574, bv Sir (i. Dethick, Gart. Harl. 

MS. 5823, fo. 34, and Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 34 ; Stowe MS. 703, 

fo. 37". 
Hawlett, Richard, of Stonham, Kent, s. of John, s. of Richard, of Yorks, 12 Aug. 

1559, by Harvey. Harl. MS. 1115, fo. 4. ;S«« Howlett. 
Hawse, John, citizen and Alderm. of London, 10 March 1566-7, by Sir (i. Dethick. 

Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 68. See Hawes. 
HaWTHEN (?or Hawtayne), Edward, of ye Leye in Oxford, crest 20 Oct. 1566, by 

Harvey. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 23.' 
Hawthorne, Robert, and ... . (ireenfield his wife, allowed 1 May 1661, by Walker, 

Gart. Her. Coll. 40. 
Hawton, . . . ., Arg., three bars and two mullets in chief sa., a crescent for diff. 
by Segar. Add. M.S. 12,225, fo. 55. 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTUUY. 119 

Uawteey, William, of the Chequers, Bucks, crest .... Barker's (iriints, Hurl. 

MS. 584(i, fo. 53 ; Stowe MS. G92, fo. 56. 
Haydock, Thomas, of Grevwell, Soutliants, .... coat and crest. linrker's Grants, 

Harl. MS. 584(!, fo. 54 ; Stowe MS. G92, fo. 55. 
llAYDON, John, of Cadliay, Devon, and to George, of St. Mary Overey, also Duvon. 
with his difference ; coat and crest .... Barker's Grants, llarl. JIS. 
584i;, fo. 55. 
IUye . . of Yorkshire, now of London, erm., on a chief az. two mullets or; 

' patent 1628, by Se!?ar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 55" ; Harl. ]\ISS. (;179, 

fo. 53\ and 6140, fo. 78^ as Lane. 
Hay, Jlaster John, of the noble family of Erroll in Seoilaiid. ccitiricate 20 Aug. 
1U75, by Erskine, Lyon K. of A. Harl. MS. 117:.', I>.. II'. icpy of. 

Hayes, 1641, by W. Kyley, Ivanc. Herald. Stowe MS. 7i>:;, lo. i;:3. 

„ Sir James, Great Badgbury, Kent, 8 May 1681), by Sir T. St.. George, Gart. 

and Clar. Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 178 ; Grants lY., fo. 33. 
„ James, citizen and Salter of London (leatherseller in 1605), s. of Alex'' Hayes 
of Windsor, granted 13 May 1662, by Sir Edw'i Bysshe, Clar. ILvrl. MS. 
1470, fo. 128, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. ; Bysshe's Grants, fo. 3, Her. 
Coll. ; Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 17 ; Guil. 190. And to 
„ Thomas, of Windsor, sen', his brother. 

Thomas, of Islington, Midd.x., Esq., Vice Chamberlain of London, 1 5 Feb. 
1541-2, by T. Hawley, Clar. Add. MSS. 16,940, fo. 202, and 709, fo. 78 
(fo. 56). 
„ Sir Thomas, Knt., of London, quarterly coat, confirmed by Camden, 1613. 

Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. Ill, and 6095, fo. 30" ; Guil. 185. 
„ William, of the Warderobe (and Litley, Cheshire), patent Dec. 1615, by 
Camden. Harl. MSS. 0095, fo. 39", and 1422, fo. 40 ; Le Neve's 
MS. 348. 
Hayne, Thomas, of Fryer Whaddon, Dorset, confii'med quarterly of 4 and grant of 
a new crest 4 Sept. 1607, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 55"; Harl. MS. 
1470, fo. 56, 95, for copy of crest grant ; Guil. 360; Harl. MS. 6140, 
fo. 76". 
Haynes, Nicholas, of Hackney, IMiddx., 4th s. of Richard, of Reading, confirmed 
.... 1578, by Cooke. MS. Ashm. 858, fo. 204-6, and 840, fo. 399, copy 
of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Guil. 411. 
„ Thomas, sergeant of the Vestry in H.M.'s Chapel Royal, 2 Oct. 1661, by Sir 

E. ■Walker, Gart. Her. Coll., fo. 42. 
„ William, of London, eld. s. of Richard, of Reading, Berks, gent., and of 
Thomasine his wife, dau. and coh. of John Horley (Fo.xley in Add. MS.) 
of Berks, gent. ; quarterly of 4, tlie 1st coat and crest is confirmed, and 
the 2nd (Foxley) is allowed by R. Cooke, Clar., 10 June 1578, 20 Eliz. 
Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 15, and 1422, fo. 116" ; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 10". 
Heyward, Edward, of the Inner Temple, gent., s. of . . . . Heyward of Kerdiston, 
Norfolk, 21 June 1611, by Camden. Harl. MS. 0095, fo. 15"; Guil., 
p. 94 ; Harl. MS. 1085, fo. 40. 
Hayward, Henry, late of Tandridge Court, Surrey, gent., s. of Tho', s. of Richard, 
descended of Michael Hayward of Hayward Castle, Wales ; ?an exemplifica- 
tion and grant of crest 10 April 1592, by W. Dethick, Gart. Copy of 
grant, Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 30, fo. 10 ; Stowe MS. 676, fo. 85", 96" ; Harl. 
MS. 1561. fo. 162. 
„ John, Hutton, Essex, and Joseph and Marie, 20 Feb. 107|, by Sir W™ 
Dugdale and St. George, Norr. Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 178 ; Grants III., 
fo. 80, brother and sister. 
„ Peter, of Brocton, Salop, 1559, by Harvey. Harl. MS. 1116, fo. 66. 
„ Rowland, of Acton Rounde, Salop, Esq., confirmed 25 Feb. 1560-61, 
by Sir G. Dethick. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 64 ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, 
fo. 5". 



120 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

Hayward, William, of Little Wenlock, Salop, 20 June 1G37, by Sir J. Borough, 
Gart. Add. MS. 14,293, fo. 117. 
„ Thomas, als Cox, of Forthamptou, co. Glouc, 20 May 1GU6, by Sir E. Bysshe. 
Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 42. 
IIaywode, Walter, 5 Hen. IV., 1403-4, t^i-ants his arms with lands to Jno. 
Fromoude. See Fromonde. 
„. , , ,„. ^„ u . 17 1 4 Feb. 1064-5, 16 Chas. II., by Sir E. 
Head, Richard, of City of Roches er, Esq., p^,^^,^ ^,^,._ jj,^,.]_ jjg ^^^^^ fo_ 
„ .Tohn, of Maiden, Essex, clerk, V^^h . Bysshe's Grants, 25 ; Harl. MS. 

„ .James, of Strood, Rent, J 0179 fo 44" 72". 

Healy, Richard, of Wells, D.C.L., 7 April 1C9S, by T. St. George, Gart. and Clar. 

Grants IV., fo. 202. 
Heath, Francis, of London Stone, 7 May 1602, by Sir E. Bysshe, Clar. Harl. MS. 

1105, fo. 40'' ; Bysshe's Grants, 20. 
Hethe, John, of London, confirmed .... 1558. (Harvey's Grants), Add. MS. 
16,940, fo. 7". ^ , 

„ John, of l,.,ndon. Warden of the Fleet, crest 4 Aug. 1588, by Cooke. Harl. 
MS. 1 I-.' 2, f". L'2. 
Heath, Robert, of Brasted, Kent (Recorder of the City of London), s. of Robert of 
Eatonbridge, s. of Robert of Linfield, Surrey, Esq., exemplified, ratified and 
confirmed ! ... by Camden. Harl. MS. 6095, fo. 36". 
Hethe, William, of Alverchurche, co. Wore, gift 1500 ? (Harvey's Grants), Add. 

MS. 16,940, fo. 18". 
Heathee, . . . ., of Heather in Derliyshire, [by] Bysshe, Gart. Harl. MS. 6832, 

fo. 413". ^ . 

Hebdon, .John, s. of John, hcrdofore citizen of London, a merch' m Russia, etc., 
born at Aiuinsiclill', Vorks, etc., and Thomas, his brother, also a merch' in 
Russia ; datLMJ u; llni.^sols 2'^ March, 1058-9, by Walker. Harl. MS. 1172, 
fo. 72 ; Add. MSS. 14,293, fo. 100, and 14,294, fo. 33" ; Her. Coll., fo. 31. 
Heber, Rayuolde, of Marton-in-Craven, Yorks, s. of Thomas, Esquire, given by 
William Dethick, Gart., and Camden, 16 May 1599, 41 Q. Eliz. Harl. MS. 
1359, fo. 9". . T^ ,.• , 

Heblethwayte, James, of Malton, Yorks, gent., gift 1570, by Sir G. Dethick, 
Gart. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 35 ; Add. MSS. 14,290, fo. 40, and 12,454, 
fo. 36" ; Q's Coll. 0.xf. MS. 145, fo. 36". 
Hechins, William, Kentesbui'y, Cornwall, 8 Q. Eliz., 1565-C, by Harvey, Clar. 

Harl. MS. 1079, fo. 27". 
Hedges als Lacy. William and Charles, 25 Nov. 1687. Grants III., 336 ; Stowe 

MS. 714, fo. 94"— 103 ; Latisd. MS., arms only, 867, fo. 52. See Lacy. 
Hellard ais Hirhlord, John, and his brother Zachary, of London, merchant, 
sons of John, also of London, s. of W"', of Woodbury, Devon, gent., grant 
26 May, 5 Clias., 1630, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 50 ; Gnil. 36 ; 
Harl. MSS. 1441, fo. 160, 6140, fo. 04", and 1476, fo. 37; Grants I., 369 ; 
Misc. Gen. et Her., 8rd S., iv., 37. 
„ Peter, prior of the minors of Bridlington, Yorks, patent 1 Oct., 9 Ed. I\., 
1469, by Thomas Holme, Norr. Harl, MS. 1359, fo. 15" ; Add. MS. 
14,295, fo. 6 ; Surtees Soc., XII., xxxviii. ; copy of grant, Brit. Mus. ; 
Grants II., 628, and Proceedings Soc. of Antiq., 1897, April 1, p. 343, copy 
original ; Vincent MS. 157, fo. 560 ; Le Neve's MS. 2, 9 and 511. 
Helyar, (? Justus) William, Devon, 7 April 1607, by Camden : az., a cross 
florettee arg. betw. four mullets pierced or; Crest, a cock gules or sable 
in front of a cross florettee or. Sloane MS. 3485, fo. 11 ; called Heler of 
Barnstaple in Harl. MS. 5839, fo. 9, and Belvin in Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 19", 
and 6095, fo. 7 ; Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 123" ; Le Neve's MS. 283. 

Hemyng, Thomas, of Hitchiu, Herts, coat and crest Barker's Grants, Harl. 

MS. 5840, fo. 54" ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 55", 
Hemings, John, see Henings, 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 121 

IfKNDKR, William, of Botreanlx Castle, Coniwall, 20 Nov. 1589, by Cooke, llarl. 

MSS. ISS;), fo. 97, 1422, fo. 94", and 1079, fo. 84; Add. MS. 49GG, 

fo. 89". 
llE.KX ais Hkxe, Sir Henry, Knt. and Bart., of Wiiigfield, Berks, 28 Dec. 1642, by 

Boron'_'l:. Harl. MSS. 1105, fo. 58, and 1470, fo. 27, 48, copy of grant, 

Bi-it. Mas. (s. of VVillra., of Dorking, see below). 
IDcN-K. William, alias Esme, Dorkiiiu;, Surrey, gent., confirmed 7 May, 39 Eliz., 

15'.)7, by W"' Dethick, Gart. MS. Aslira. ll.Sl, fo. 206% copy of grant, 

P.o.lleian T,ib. 
Hi;xi.i;v or Hkndi.euh, Robert, of Somerset, Esq. (High Sheriff), a patent 2G Feb. 

l(;i?,-14, by Camden. Harl. MSS. 6095, fo. 29, and 1422, fo. 38" ; Guil. 

3(!(; ; Stowe MS. 670, fo. 181". 
IIi:xi)i,EV, Walter, of Kent, coat and crest. Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, 

fo. 53 ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 55 ; Harl. MS. 58S7, fo. 2. 
llEXXiiXG, .... of Poxwell, Dorset : Barry undee of 6 arg. and az., on a chief az. 

three plates. 20 May, 9 .fac, 1611, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 56 ; 

Guil. 404. 
Hexixiis [Hemings?], John, of LoiiJ(m, gent., server a long time to Q. Eliz., 

K. James, K. Chas., s. and h. of George, of Droitwich, co. Wore, confirmed 

2 March 1629-30, by Segar. Grants^I., 392 ; Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 56", as 

Henings. 
IIexshaw, Thomas, of London, s. of Robert, of Prestbury, Cheshire, s. of Edward, 

of same co. ; crest 26 June 1611, by Sir R. St. George, Norr. Grants II., 

657 ; Harl. MSS. 1156, fo. 47\ and 1359, fo. 1», as Hinckshawe, which 

see ; a silkman, Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 39". 
Hexsi.ev, Richard, Capt. of the I'ioners at the siege of Kinsale in Munster against 

the invading Spaniards and rebellious Irish. Dublin, 25 April 1602, by 

Dan' Molyneux, Ulster K. of A. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 9 ; Nichols' Leic, 

4ih pt., 272, copy of grant in Brit. Mus. 
Hexslowe, Thomas, of West Bnrhurst, Hants, s. of Raphe, etc., confirmed Feb. 

1591-2 at the Office of Arms, by W. Dethick, Gart. Stowe MS. 676, 

fo. 87, 98 ; copy of patent, Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 36, fo. 14 ; Misc. Gen. et 

Her., 2nd S., vol. iv., p. 350. 
Henx:\ian, Edward, ais I>E Henchman, gent., patent dated at Windsor 24 April 

1549, 3 Ed. VI., by Barker. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 82 ; Le Neve's MS. 42. 
Hepburn ais Richardson, .... one of the grooms of the Privy Chamber to 

K. James, confirmed 1608, by Camden. Harl. MS. 6095, fo. 36". 

Hepden, .... of Essex, erm., five fusils conjoined in fesse gu., by Segar. Add. 

MS. 12,229, fo. 56". 
Herbert, of Caerbury (? Henry), I^.aron ; Sapp''^ 25 May 1694, by T. St. George, 

Gart. Grants IV., 167, V., 5 ; copy of grant, Brit. Mus., Add. MS. 

31,896, fo. 85". 
„ Edward, Baron Herbert, of Castle island, Ireland, arms and crest confirmed 

and grant of supporters 10 Jan. 1624, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, 

fo. 58; Misc. Gen. et Her., 2nd S., ii., p. 169, gives 1624; Powysland 

Club, V. 165 ; Le Neve's MS. 502. 
„ Sir George, of Swansea, co. Glamorgan, Knt. (s. of Richard, a natural son of 

W'°, Earl of Pembroke), coat and crest .... Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 

5846, fo. 53"^ ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 55. 
„ John, of Cardiff, co. Glamorgan, gent., 13 Nov. 1574, by W. Dethick, York 

Her. Le Neve's MS. 213. 
„ John, of Overton, Yorks, J. P. and quorum .... 1563, by Flower ; died s.p. 

Harl. MS. 1453, fo. 74 ; Stowe MS. 706, fo. 8", by Daltou (who died in 

1561). 
„ ats Roberts, John, of Cardiff, co. Glamorgan, gent., grant 13 Nov. 1574, by 

W™ Dethick, York Herald. Copy of grant, Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 37, fo. 56. 

See Roberts. 



122 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

Herbert, Thomas, city of York, s. of Chiistopliei-, s. of Ricliard, of York, 29 Api'il 
ICU, by R. St. George, Norr. Stows MS. 706, fo. 10" ; Harl. MSS. 0179, 
fu. 11, aiirl OUO, fo. 73. 
„ Sir William, Knt., Master of the Kiivg's horse (server to the King's Majesty, 
2"'^ sou to Rich'i, natural son of William, Earl of Pembroke, Stowe MS.), 
coat aud crest. Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 53" ; Stowe MS. 
692, fo. 55 (in a later haud). 
Herd, Richard, of London, .... by G. Dethick, Gart. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 79 : 
argt., a chev. gu. betw. three water bongets sa. ; crest, a demi-goat saliant 
ppr., etc. Stowe MS. 703, fo. 35". 
Herd, Richard, audi sons of Thomas Herde, s. of W™, of Loudon, etc. (granted 
„ Thomas, J by Sir G. Dethick and) exemjilified 23 April 1589, with the 

motto " moderata durant," by W. Dethick, Gart. Stowe MS. 676, fo. 77; 
copy of exemplificatiou in Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 37, fo. 112, and MS. 145, 
fo. 30, a new coat (the other being also borne by the name of Busshell) : 
argt., on a chev. gu. thi-ee crescents or between three lozenges sa. ; crest, 
as above, etc. 
Hereford, City of, augmentation of arms, crest, supp''^ and motto for valiant 
defence against the Scots; given at Oxford, 16 Sept. 1645, by Walker. 
Add. MSS. 14,293, fo. 108, and 14,294, fo. 36 ; Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 73 ; 
Dingley's Hist, from Marble, pt. I., p. ccsii., Camden Soc. 
Herman, Edmond, one of the grooms of the Privy Chamber ; of the parish of 
Langley Marish, Bucks, coat and crest .... Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 
5846, fo. 54 ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 55". 
„ Nicholas, of Middleton Storry, Oxford, confirmed lit Dec. 1030, bv Segar. 
Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 57 ; Guil. 289 ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 64". 
Heron, Giles, Chipchase, Northumbld., crest confirraed .... 15 ... . by (L. Daltoii, 
Norr.). Add. MS. 16,040, fo. 26". 
„ James, of Eyling Green, par. of Hamsted Norris, Berks, 1 .Tune 1052, by 
E. Bysshe, Gart. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 102", copy of grant, Brit. Mus. 
Herrick, Robert, and "I sons of John, of Haughtou, co. Leic, confirmation of crest 
„ William, / 8 May 1598, by W." Dethick, Gart. and Camden. Harl. 

MS. 5887, fo. 105 ; Misc. Gen. et Her., 2nd S., i., p. 34, 
copy of grant, Brit. Mus. 
„ Sir William, Knighted by K. .Tames, and his goldsmith, patent .... 1605, 
by Segar and Camden. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 57 ; Harl. MS. 0095, fo. 22 ; 
Guil. 40 ; Harl. MSS. 5887, fo. 90", and 0140, fo. 81. 
Herrvs, Arthur, of Crixsey, co. Essex, esq., 3rd s. of W"' of Southminster, esq., s. 
of John, of Prytwell, Essex, crest granted 19 or 29 Nov. 1578 to the 
posterity of John for ever, by Flower. MS. Ashm. 834, fo. 20, and 844, 
fo. 9, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib., and Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 97; Harl. 
MS. 1359, fo. 59; Guil. 130; Grants II., 023, and in Brit. Jlus., H;nl. 
MS. 1116, fo. 38. 
Herris, Arthur, of Hartfordshire, quarterly Arms .... by Cooke. Add. JIS. 49(!6, 

fo. 58" ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 92. 
Herter, Col. Philip, a German who served in the King's army, augmentation at 

the Hague 4 June 1649, by Walker. Her. Coll., fo. 27.' 
Hesketh, Sir Thomas, of Rniford, co. Lane, Knt., s. and h. of Robt., alteration of 
crest confirmed 30 Nov. 1561, by Dalton, Norr.: quarterly of 8. Harl. 
MS. 1359, fo. 52. 
Hesse, John Van, lord of Piershill and Werna in Holland, patent 1 Jas. I., . . . . 
Feb. 1021. Add. MS. 6297, fo. 309 ; MS. Ashm. 858, fo. x8. See Van 
Hesse. 
Hestercombe, see Warre of Hestercorabe. 
Hewitt, .... 1586, by Cooke (see Huett). Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 119 : or, on 

a pile gu. three escallops of the field. Add. MS. 4966, fo. 90. 
Hewett, Charles, of Dublin, gent., late deputy there of the Queen's Majesties wars, 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 123 

and coiuptrollcr-freul. ior II.M.'s imports, etc. (?coat confirmed) iuid crost 

granted 10 Dec. 1597, by W. Dethick, Gart. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 30, fo. 75, 

for copy of patent. 
ITewktt (George), Visct. of Gowraii and Baron of .Jamestown, supporters 4 May 

1689, by T. St. George, Gart. Harl. MS. 6831, fo. 178; Grants IV., 

fo. 35 ; Stowe MS. 590, fo. 3, 4. 
„ Sir Thomas, Shireoaks, Notts, old arms restored 12 June 1618, by R. St. 

George, Norr. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 16 ; copy, Brit. Mus., Add. MS. 5524, 

fo. 200, gules, a chevron, etc. 
Hewet, Sir William, Maior of London; 4 Nov. 1553, by ? llawley. Add. MS. 

16,940, fo. 206^ 
HuETT, William, of Milbroke, Beds, esq., grant 1 May 1579, and to issue of Robert 

his father, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 10, entered in Bedf. Vis., 1634, 

copy of grant in Brit. Mus. 
Hewett, William, of London, crest 20 May 1598, by \V. Dethick, Gart. ILirl. MS. 

1422, fo. 23. {See Charles Hewett.) 
Heuse, Hewese, see Hughes. 
HeydOiV, Jfartha, late wife of John, late Sheriff and Alderm. of London, and dan. 

of Nicholas Rose of London, grant 10 Jan. 1582-3, by Cooke. Stowe MS. 

676, fo. 60 ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 37, fo. 83, for copy of grant. {See also 

Rose.) 
HEYE.S, George, of Ratingden, Essex, gent., grant 2 Aug. 1563, by Sir G. Dethick. 

Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 65 ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 7" ; called Leys in 

Grants IL, 652. See Leys. 
Hevoate, see Highgate. 
Heyman, Peter, of Sellinge, Kent, gent., 1 May 1547, by T. Hawley, Clar. Add. 

MSS. 10,940, fo. 202, and 7098, fo. 78. 
Heyxics, Simon, of Mildenhall, Suff., s. of John, gent., confirmed 20 Sept. 1575, 

by Cooke. Original in Public R. 0., Lond., copied 24 March 1638-9. 

See Stowe MS. 677, fo. 13 ; Misc. Gen. et Her., i., 250 ; copy of grant, 

Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 93 ; Guil. 332 ; Grants IL, 525. 
Hkynsha-ii or Heynshaw, see Hinsham, Eynsham and Keinsham, John. See 

Stowe JIS. 703, fo. 13. 
Hey WARD, Edward, see Hayward. 
Hkywood, Edmund, of London, descended from Hejwood of Mottram, ('hcshire. 

confirmed June 1016, by Camden ; exemplified impaling the arms (if 

Magdalen Wiburbury, his wife. Stowe MS. 677, fo. 7 ; Haward in Harl. 

MS. 6095, fo. 34. 
Hicham, Sir Robert, Attorney to Q. Anne, a confirmation, crest given 1604, by 

Camden. Harl. MSS. 6095, fo. 21\ and 5887, fo. 55". 
Hickes, Baptist, grant of supporters .... probably by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, 

fo. 57". 
Hickes, Sir Michael, and 1 Knts., sons of Robert Hickes of London, Esq., by 
„ Sir Baptist, of London, J Julia, the dan. of William Arthur of Clapham, 
Somerset, Esq., 1 Feb. 1004-5, by Camden. Cott. 

MS. Faust. E. 1, 00" ; Harl. MSS. 6095, fo. 4, 1422, fo. IS", and 5887, 

fo. 90". 
„ Thomas, an apothecary of London in Fleet St., sett out by Vincent .... 

Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 14". 
„ William, esq., s. and h. of Sir Michael, Knt., dec'', testified 1619, by Segar, 

R. St. George, Norr., H. St. George, Richmond, and Brooke, York 

Herald. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 57" ; Grants I., 428, Her. Coll., and Guil. 

128. 
HiCKiE, Michael, gent., sec. to Henry, Earl of Thomond, 18 April 1688, by 

R. Carney, Ulster K. of A. Grants II., 463. 
Hickman, Henry, D.C.L. and Chancellor to the Ld. Bp. of Peterborongh, s. of 

Anthony, of London, citizen, s. of Walter, of Woodford Hall, Essex, etc., 



124 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

arms confirmed and crest granted 1 Dec. 1590 to William, Walter, Henry, 
D.C.L., Antliony, Eleazar and Matthew, gent., sons of Anthony, by 
W. Dethick, Gart. Q's Coll. O.xf. MS. 36, fo. 2, copy of grant ; Stowe MS. 
676, fo. 83" and 92". (Harl. MSS. 1453, fo. 32", and 3526, fo. 141" : 
arms with a crest, by W. Uethick, Gart., for which he had 10' ; this coate 
is the auncient arms of Byrmingham ; entered by R. Brooke, York 
Herald.) 

HiCKMOTT, John, of Kent, .... by Barker. Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 1. 

HiGFORD, Henry, of Boxley, Kent, 10 Feb. l(;(;;i-4. Bysshe's Grants, fo. 7, Her. 
Coll. ; Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 18. 

HiGHOATE, Reignold, of Fearing, Essex, coat and' crest, confirmed 9 Nov. 1549. 
Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 100 ; Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 56" ; 
Stowe MS. 692, fo. 56; allowed at the Visitation of London, 1634 and 
1687, to the Heygate Family, a torteau for distinction. 

HiGHLORD, see Hellard. 

HiGHMORE, Abraham, sometime Major and Lieut.-Col. in the service of Chas. I., 
s. and h. of Edward, rector of Stickland, Dorset, s. and h. of Richard, rector 
of Hinton Martell, Dorset, 28 July 1683, with rem'' to the heirs of his 
grandfather, by Sir W™ Dugdale, Gart., and Sir H. St. George, Clar. 
Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 75 ; Add. MS. 14,830, fo. 104 ; Grants III., fo. 200, 
and ped. 2, D. 14, fo. 167, Her. Coll. ; Harl. MS. 6832, fo. 212. 

Hill, .... of London, gu., two bars erm. on a chief .... a lion passant or ; Crest, 

a lion statant or between a pair of wings gu. charged with two bars erm. 

.... by Camden. Harl. MS. 6095, fo. 25" ; and Customer of Yarmouth 

Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 42. 

„ Daniel, M.A., Prebend, of Rochester, 5 July 1099, by T. St. George, Gart. 

and Clar. Grants IV., fo. 295 ; Stowe MS. 693, fo. 5". 
„ Coat quartered by Ro. Bynge, which see, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 89" ; 

Add. MS. 4966, fo. 35". 
„ Elizabeth, dau. to John Hill and wife to Davy Woodruff of London, gift. . . 

1561, 3 Q. Eliz. (Harvey's Grants), Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 19". 
„ r Alice, u.\. Reginald Corbett, Justice C.B., daughter of 

„ J Jane, elder sister of Sii' Rowland, and wife of John Gratewood ; 

„ [ Elizabeth, younger sister of Sir Rowland, and wife of John Barker ; 3 Nov. 

1562, to the descendants of Jane and Elizabeth. By Harvey. MS. Ashm. 
834, fo. 47, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib., and Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 37, 
fo. 40 ; Grants IL, 559 ; Proc. Soc. Antiq., 1897, 2nd 8., xvii., p. 350. 

„ Humphrey, Sillvingtou als Silton, Salop, by Cooke's depJ. Stowe MS. 

670, fo". 9. 
„ John, ais De la Hull, of liittle Pype, co. Staff., grant 12 May 1560, by 

Sir G. Dethick, Gart. MS. Ashm. 858, fo. 116, 117, copy of grant, 

Bodleian Lib. 
Hills, John, of London, auditor .... by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 42, and 

1359, fo. 109, auditor, sa., a chevron betw. three leopards' faces sable ; 

Add. MS. 4966, fo. 57. 
Hill or Hills, John, of London, gent., 15 March 1586, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 

1422, fo. 42 ; Stowe MS. 714, fo. 100, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. ; Harl. 

MSS. 1422, fo. 42, and 1359, fo. 109 ; Guil. 197, sable, a chevron betw. 

three cats argt., etc. ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 30". 
„ Nicholas, of Bromesgrove, Wore, 10 Aug. 1560, by Sir G. Dethick, Gart. 

Harl. MSS. 1441, fo. 100, and 5847, fo. 48'', and Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, 

fo. 49" ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 25. 
„ Richard, of Dorney, Bucks, sa., on a fess arg. betw. three cats of Montaigne 

(cats-a-mountain) i)assant or a cross sarcellie betw. two coquilles (cocks) 

gu., crest ; coat and crest. Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 46 

and 47". 
„ Richard, of Pa.\ton, Somt by Cooke. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 26. 



GRA.NTEES OF AllMS TO THIC END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 126 

HiLii or Hills, Richard, of Sutton, Surrey, s. of William, by Cooke, 1588. Stowe 

MS. 670, fo. 24", 25, impaling Alorley f'o. 24", and Onslow fo. 25. 
„ Robert, D.I)., s. of Ralph, of Ashbourne, co. Derby, patent Nov. lOlS, by 

Camden. Harl. MSS. 6095, fo. 40, and 1422, fo. 40 ; Guil. 394 ; Le 

Neve's MS. 349. 
„ Sir Rowland, of London, luaior .... coat .... Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 

5846, fo. 46", see n gi'ant by Harvey, Glar., 3 Nov. 1562, to the descendants 

of his sisters Jane, wife of John Gratewood, and Eliz"', wife of John 

Barker, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib.; Grants IL, 559. iS'w Jane and 

Eliz"' Hill above. 
HiLLERSDEN, Thomas, of Hocklife, Beds, gift of crest .... 1596, by Lee. Add. 

MS. 14,295, fo. 121" ; Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 95", and 1359, fo. 39. 
HiNCKSHAWE, Thomas, of London, silkman, by Rich'' St. George, Norr., crest 

26 June 1611. Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 1", and 1156, fo. 47", as Henshaw. 

HiNDMAKSii (?) by Sir G. Duthick. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 52. 

UiNSHAM, HiNSHAW or Heynshaw, John, of Chichester, " being one of the 

Queenes yeomen of the seller," 20 Dec. 1565, by Sir G. Dethick. Harl. 

JIS. 1441, fo. 67 ; Heynsham in Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 1(> (<ir 

Henyshaw, which see). 
HiNXMAN, Edward, -we Henxman, 1549. Burke's Armory. 
lIiPPESLEY, John, of CamoliL'h, Somerset, confirmed .... 1564, 6 Q. E. (Harvey's 

Grants), Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 33" ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 34", with (juartei ing 

and impalement. 
Hitchcock ats Aruas, George, s. of Robert, of Bucks, 30 Nov. 1560, by Dalton, 

Norr. Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 22; Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 44", and 1422, 

fo. 107". 
HiTE, William, of Gotehurst, Somerset, 11 June 1663. Bysshe's Grants, 

„ Thomas,"! ,0.1 o ^ i > fo. 11, Her. Coll.; Harl. MS. 

„ John, ' I of Staplegrove, Somersets!,., J no.S, fo. 19. 

HixoN, Thomas, of Greenwich, gent.. Keeper of His Majesties Standing Wardrobe 
theire, confirmed .... 1617, by Camden ; excmjilified, ratified and con- 
firmed arms of Hixon of co. Camb. Harl. MS. 6095, fo. 36" ; Guil. 217 ; 
impaling Cave, 4 quarters, Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 100". 

HoBB-s, Thomas, of Gray's Inn, 12 Nov. 1603, by Camden. Morgan's Sphere, 117. 

„ Thomas, of St. Clement Danes, Jliddx., Chiruuvoti to the King, crest 9 June 

1687, by Sir T. St. George and H. St. tirm-v, el;,,-. Harl. MS. 6834, 

fo. 178 : Grants Ilf., fo. 314 ; Stowe ]\1S. c,??. In. ii'.i ; Harl. MSS. 1172, 

fo. 54", 6179, fo. 63, and 1085, fo. 58 ; LiuiMl. .MS. ,s(;7, fo. 52. 

HoBSON, Thomas, s. of Thonins, of Merington, Bpk. of Durham, gent., granted 

16 Jan. 1657-8, bv Ryley. Harl. MS. 1470, fo. 145, copy of grant, Brit. 
Mus. ; (1648, probably an error for 1657-8, in Harl. MS. 1105, to. 11); 
Guil. 357. 

HOBY, Edward, s. of [Sir] Tliomas, of Bisham, co. Berks, exemplified 10 June 1570, 
by Sir G. Dethick, Gart. MS. Ashra. 858, pp. 230-2, copy of grant, 
Bodleinn Lib., and in Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 37, fo. 70. 

Hobby, [Sir] Edward, s. of Sir Edward, Kt. (of Thomas, as above) (also in his 
lifetime was sent embassador to ye French King), quarterly of (! ; (i June 
1580 [?1570, as above], by Sir G. Dethick, Gart. Harl. MSS. 1441, 
fo. 100, and 5847, fo. 48" ; Grants L, 69, patent in Latin as Hoby ; 1581 
in Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 49" ; crest, Stowe MS. 676, fo. 52". 

HOBV, Peregrine, of Bysham, Berks, natural son of Sir Edward, of Bisham, Berks, 

17 Nov. 1664. Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 20" ; Bysshe's Grants, fo. 2(», Her. 
Coll. ; MS. Ashm. 840, fo. 433-5, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Harl. MS. 
1115, fo. 69, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. 

HoDDESDOX, otherwise Barnet, Robert, of Herts, confirmed and granted 1 May, 
30 Hy. VL, 1452, by (? Leigh), Clar. Stowe MS. 714, fo. 172, copy of 
grant, Brit. Mus. ; Grants IL, 463. 



126 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

IIODCES, .... of Loudon, .... Oct. IGIO, by Camden : or, three crescents sa., on 

a canton of the 2'' a crown of the 1" ; patent. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 21'' ; 

Her. and Geneal., iv., p. 96 ; Harl. MS. 6095. fo. 13, copy of grant, Brit. 

Mus. 
HODGis, Richard, of Highgatt, Middx., gift .... 1561. (Harvey's Grants), Add. 

MS. 16,940, fo. 20". 
Hodges, William, s. and h. app. to Owen Hodges, steward of the Household to 

Prince Ludovic, Duke of Richmond and Lenox, and afterwards steward of 

ye household to his brotiier Edmund (gallice Esme), Duke of Lenox and 

Earl of March ; which Owen was s. and h. of Roger, of Hmister, Somerset, 

esq. ; confirmed :^>1 Dec. 1628, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 58. 
„ Sir William, of Middx., Bart., now of Cadiz, 23 Nov. 1698, by T. St. George, 

Gart. and Clar. Add. MS. 14,830, fo. 112, aud Grants IV., fo. 287, maried 

Sarah Hall, see. 
HODGKINSON, Richard, of London, .... by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 58"' ; 

Guil. 138 ; Harl. MSS. 6140, fu. 58", 1105, fo. 13, and 1441, fo. 162. 
Hodgson, .... (Sussex), erm., on a chief gu. three cutlasses erect arg., hilted or; 

quartering Goldsmith .... 1628, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 58"; 

Harl. MSS. 1076, fo. 201, and 5887, fo. 115. 
„ (Essex) .... 1631 .... Burke's Armoi-y. 
HODSHON, Richard, Alderm. of Newc.-on-Tyne, 15 Aug. 1575, by Flower. Harl. 

MSS. 1453, fo. 74. and 5887, fo. 97". 
HODSON, Christopher, of Cambiidge, gent., s. of Henry, of ye same, crest 28 July 

1592, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. lol" ; Stowe MS. 714, fo. 148, fo. 91 

says 18'" July. 
HOET, Peter, of London, mercht., 22 March 1663-4. Harl. MSS. 1105, fo. 17", aud 

1470, fo. 122, co]>y of grant, Brit. Mus. ; Bysshe's Grants, fo. 6, Her. Coll. ; 

Guil. 130. 
HOGHTON, Richard, of Park Hall. co. Lauc, crest 2 Nov. 1606, by R. St. George, 

Norr. 20"' Novr. in Add. :\IS. i l.-.".i,-,. fo. 60" ; Misc. Gen. et Her., 3rd S., 

vol. i., p. 193 ; Harl. MS. .".ssy, Ic I'.). 
HOLBECH, Edward, Salcliffe, co. Line, .... by Cooke. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 17. 
HoBECHE, Thomas, of Stowe, co. Line, same coat as the last, 14 Jan. 1586-7, by 

Cooke. Add. MS. 4966, fo. 65 ; Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 91", and 1422, 

fo. 93 ; Surtees Soc, XLI., xlii., copy of grant, and Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 7, 

22. See Rakdes, Thomas. 
HOLBECK, Roger, of Wichingham, Norfolk, s. of Thomas, of Wcsthall, Sutf., con- 
firmed .... June 1613, by Camden. Harl. MS. 6095, fo. 27 ; Guil. 248. 
HoLDEN, Ralph, of Holden, Lane, by Dalton, Norr. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 76" 

(94"). 
Holden, Robert, of Hockridge in Cranborne, Kent, 20 May 1663. Harl. MS. 

1105, fo. 17" ; Add. MS. 14,293, fo. 3 ; Bysshe's Grants, fo. 6, Her. Coll. ; 

(!uil. 117; Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 62. 
HoLDERNESSE, .lolin Ramsy, Lord R., Visct. Haddington and Earl of, dated at ye 

great scale 22 Jan., 18 Jac. I., 1620-1. Harl. MS. 1507, fo. 424, and Q's 

Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 132, copy of Roy. Warrant, etc. 
Holes, Thomas de, arras from Domvile by deed 16 Rich. IL, 1392-3. Harl. MS. 

1988, fo. 12" ; Norfolk Arch. Soc, vii., 319 ; Misc. Gen. et Her., N. S., i., 



HoLFORD, William, of Welham, CO. Leic, esq.. High SheriffT 1 Jan. 1621-2, by 

1616, alteration, etc., I Camden. Harl. MS. 

„ Richard, of Edith Weston, co. Rutland, and ri507, fo. 386, ami Q's 

„ Richard, of Wistow, co. Leic, High Sheriff co. Leic.,J Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 

134, copy of grant; 
Morgan's Sphere of Gentry, 118 ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 110; Le Neve's 
MS. 386. 
HOLGILL, Master of the Savoy, .... Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 55. 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OP THE XVII. CENTURY. 127 

HoLL, Thomas, of Aylsbam, Norfolk, 2G Aug. 1570, by Cooke, Clnr. Hiumeiiuun'fi 

MS., No. 9, fo. 452. 
Holland, George, West Angmerino-, Sussex, 14 .June 15,si, liy G. Tlctliick, (iart. 

Havl. MS. 1562, fo. 144'>. 
„ John, .... az., semee-de-lis a lion rampant guardaiit arg 15S;i, by 

R. Glover, Somerset; 18 May 1601, by Camden ; li) May 1601, by Segar. 

Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 59. 
„ Joseph, .... 28 Dec. 1588, by Cooke or W. Dethick. Harl. MS. 1 122, 

fo. 121*, azure, a lyon rampant guardant argent. 
„ Thomas, maior of Davtnioutli, Devon, gent., s. of Rob', s. nf \V"'. grant 

20 June 1599, bv W. Dethick, Gart. (and ? Camden). Stdwe JIS. CTi;, 

fo. 130" ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. ?,6, fo. 81, coi)y of grant. 
HoLLES, ace Holes and Hollis. 
HoLLoxi). Sir Thomas, of Berow in Anglesey (coiifirined 25 Nov. 1(;.'?5, Hgcrton 

MS. •.'.■,sr,, fo. 125), by J. Borough, Gart. Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 5(1 ; Add. 

MS. :.'6,702, fo. 91. 
HoLLiDAY, Sir Leonard, see Halliday. 
„ 'William, of London, grant 13 Feb. 1C23-4, 21 Jac. I., in Latin, by Borough, 

Norr. MS. Ashm. 857, fo. 502-3, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Add. MS. 

14,295, fo. 117" (granted by J. Borough when Norroy, for this lie was 

questioned before the Earl Marshal, it being in the province of Clarencenx) ; 

Harl. MS. 1507, fo. 389, copy of grant, Brit. Mus., and Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 

38, fo. 137 ; Le Neve's MS. 89, 280, 389. 
HoLLYNSHED, Hugh, ats HoLLYNSiDE, of Bosley, Clieshire, lord of the Manor of 

Heyton, Staff., arm., crest, " a Bonocus head," etc. {see also Candetor?) ; 

granted crest 1 July, 2 Q. Eliz., 1500, by Sir G. Dethick, Gart. Harl. MS. 

1359, fo. 79'' ; MS. Ashm. 858, fo. 148, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib., and 

Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 108 ; Grants I., 254, " original grant in P.rit. 

Mus.," " argent, a cross sable, a canton ermines." 
HoLLYS, .... crest". . . . (? 24 ifay 1550, Burke). Bnrker's Grants .... Harl. 

MS. 5846, fo. 51" ; Stowe MS. 092, lb. 54". 
HoLLEs, Gervase, augmentation 4 Dec. 1049 by letters patent of that date from 

Chas. IL ; alteration Jan. 1649-50 at Jersey. MS. Ashm. 858, fo. 57—59, 

copy, Bodleian Lib. ; by Sir E. Walker, Gart., Jan. 1049-50, Her. Coll. 2. 
HOLLis, William, of co. Notts, Knt., 24 May 1563, 5 Eliz., by Sir G. Dethick. 

Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 66" ; 1550 in Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 10. 
HoLLYS, Sir William, of llaughton, Notts, crest, 13 June 1587, by Flower. MS. 

Ashm. 834, fo. 70, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 35. 
HOLLOWAY, John, esq., Controller of the Customs House, London, arras signed by 

Segar, Gart. Add. MS. 4966, fo. 26. 
„ Henry, by St. George. Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 9". &« a/so Halloway. 
HOLLMAN, George, of Devonshire, a councillor of Lincoln's Inn ; July 1007, by 

Camden. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 20", and 6095, fo. 10" ; Cains Cull. Camb. 

MS. 551, fo. 31. 
HoLMAN, George, of London, esq., 1006, by Camden, Clar. Harl. MS. 1441, 

fo. 149. 
HoLMDEN, Anthony, of Tenches, par. of Lingfield, Surrey, by Segar. Add. MS. 

12,225, fo. 59". 
HOLMEDEN, John, of Surrev, now of London, 20 June 1577, 19 Q. Eliz., by Cooke. 

Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 101, and 6140, fo. 53" ; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 28". 
Holme, .... of East Holme, co. Lane, June 1613, by R. St. George, Norr. Add. 

MS. 14,295, fo. 80 {see Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 80") same coat, but crest 

(Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 74") out of a ducal coronet or. See Hulmk, William. 
Holmes, .John, of North Mvmms, Herts, crest 1 Nov. 1551, by Hawlev. Harl. 

M.S. 1359, fo. 8 ; Add. MSS. 10,940, fo. 205, and 14,295, fo. 72". 
„ Thomas, of co. Camb., confirmed .... 1558. (Harvey's Grants), Add. MS. 

16,940, fo. 9". 



128 GRANTEES OP ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

Holmes, Sir Robert, Knt., 3rd s. of Henry, of Mallow, co. Cork, etc., Rear Adml, 

Ca|)', and Gov of the Isle of Wight. Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 24. Augmentation 

111 .Jan. ICOij, by Walker. Add. MS. U,204, fo. 29 ; Her. Coll., 05. 
H0L8T0KE, William, of "London, gift .... 15G2. (Harvey's Grants), Add. MS. 

10,940, fo. 31'^ : Harl. MS. JSST, fo. 78. 
HoLSTOx, William, Sutf., 24 ^[arch, 16 H. VIII., 1524-5, by Wriothesley and 

Benolte, Clar. Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 50 ; Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 30" ; crest 

uranted by Barker, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 51"; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 54"; 

Harl. JIS. 1116, fo. 41. 
HoLTON or EuNLES ? (coat, but ? the crest), az., on a bend or three eagles displayed 

gu. ; crest, a wonnni's head couped at the shoulders, crined, wreathed about 

the temples .... (bust ppr., habited gu.), by Camden. Harl. MSS. 5839, 

fo. 2, 2275, fo. 90, 1115, fo. 8, and 1422, fo. 17" (? Ernie, Stowe MS. 706, 

fo. 25) ; Le Neve's MS. 270. 
HoLYiiAX, .John, Bp. of Bristol, arms 20 Nov. 1564, by ? Hawley. Add. MS. 

10,940, fo. 207. 
HOMBRESTON, of CO. Hereford, crest (;th .June 1554, by Hervey, Clar. Le Neve's 

MS. 493-4. 
HONYWOOD, Sir William (?) [the whole entry scratched through except the name]. 
„ John, of Gray's Inn, coat and crest .... Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, 

fo. 48. 
„ Thomas, of Send Newington, Kent, and 
„ Robert, of Petts, and to all descendants of John, of Casebourne, grandfather 

of Thomas; ?an .alteration from a more confused bearing, 10 Nov. 1576, 

bv Cooke. MS. Ashm. 834, fo. 4", copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Gnil. 221. 
HooKE, John, of Bramshot, Hants, confirmed, cros"t 20 Oct. 1600, by W" Detliick, 

Gart., and Camden. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 87 ; Guil. 398 ; Harl. MSS. 

6179, fo. 61, 1.544, fo. 74, and 5887, fo. 6. 
Hooper or Howper, .John, Bp. of Worcester and Gloucester, granted 5 Sept. 1552, 

6 Ed. VI., by G. Dethick, Gart. Harl. MS. 1.359, fo. 61" ; copy of patent, 

Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 44, burned !) Feb. 1555-6 ; Grants L., 29 ; Harl. 

MS. 1116, fo. 40". 
„ John, of city of Ni'w Saiiim. Wilts, etc., confirmed quarterly coat, crest 

granted 15 Nov. I. ■.(;■_', hv llcrv-y. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 80 ; Harl. MS. 

1422, fo. 113 ; MU. .MS.' 1 (;.'.)4o;fo. 45 ; Harl. MS. 1116, fo. 47". 
Hope, Ralph, Yeoman of Her M.'s Robes, confirmed .... by Harvey. Harl. MS. 

1422, fo. 82 ; Stowe MS. 700, fo. 2o'", says mar. ye da. of Pigion. 
HopBR, sp-e Hooper. 
HoPERTON, Adam, of Gilshope, Yorks, crest 28 Aug. 1612, by R. St, George. 

Surtees, XLL, xlvii. ; copy of grant, Brit. Mus., Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 13" ; 

Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 72. 
Horde, George, London, .... 10 March 1558 9, by Harvey. Harl. MS. 1422, 

fo. 22 ; Add. MS. 10,940, fo. 35. 
HoRDEN, see Harden. 

„ Edward, s. of Alexander, of Horden, Kent, confirmed 1 Jan. 1586-7, by 

W. Dethick, Gart. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 108" ; Stowe MS. 676, fo. 67", and 

Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 37, fo. 95, for copy of grant in Latin ; Add. MS. 

26,702, fo. 1. 
„ Thomas, of Kent, 24 May (14 H. VIII.) 1522, grant in French by 

T. Wriothesley, Gart., and T. Beuolte, Clar. Stowe MS. 706, fo. 11"; 

Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 1. Crest, by Bai'kei', Gart. See also Harden. 
IIoRNRUOOKE, liichard, or IIornibrook (s. of Richard, of Exeter), of the lifeguards 

of the horse, given 16 Dec. 1663, by Walker. Add. MSS. 14,293, fo. 49, 

and 14,294, fo. 17 ; Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 56, grant of arms ; and [afterwards] 

Bluemantle pursuivant at arms [1665, d. 1667], Guil. 4(i3. 
HORNE, .... crest .... Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 52" ; Stowe MS. 
692, fo. 54". 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE ENU OF TUE XVII. CENTURY. 129 

HoENE, Eol)ert, Bp. of Winchester, arms oiilv, 10 Feb., 3 Eliz., 1560-1, by 

Dethick, Gart. Grants I., (55 ; ,sfc Memo, in Le Neve's MS., fo. 428. 

IIORXEBY, Henry, of Line Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 67". 

IIoiiXEi;, Sir John, of Colcford, Soni', Knt., coz. and heir of Sir Thos. Horner, 

Knt 158i, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 117 ; Add. MSS. 14,295, 

fo. 40", and 4966, fo. 28. 
HoRNYOi.i) .John, of Hanley Castle, co. Wore, crest confirmed .... 1560. 

(Harvey's Grants), Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 51. 
lIor,SKM\x arms, or, three ijaltraps <in. ; crest, a cup or cnflamed i;-u 

l;)li(), by Cooke. Hurl. MS. 1359, fo. 101. 
Robert, of Rypon in Yorkshire, now of London, 26 May 1590, by Cooke, 

Ch.r. Harl. MS. 1:359, fo. 105 ; Stowe MS. 670, fo. 46'' ; Add. MS. 14,297, 

fo. U!'> ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 55. (Ditfereut coats.) 
TTiiusKi- u.h. .I"lni, Ld. Bp. of Ossory in Ireland, jrranted .... Feb. 1591-2, by 

\V. Dithiek, Gart. Stowe MS. 676, fo. 85, 95"; copy of grant, Q's Coll. 

Oxf. M.-^. 36, fo. 8. ^, , 

HoRSFALL, Richard, of Storrs Hall, York, 1612, by R. St. George, Norr. Harl. 

MS. 1422, fo. 14. 
HoKTE, see Haute. 
HORTOX, .... crest .... Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 50 ; Stowe MS. 

692, fo. 54. ^ ^ 

HOSKINS, .... of CO. Mon., barry of 6 or and vert, a bordure erm by begar. 

Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 59. ^, ,,^ 

„ Charles, of London, confirmed .... 1563. (Harvey's Grants), Add. MS. 

16,940, fo. 29. 
Hough, Ralph, of London, pai-. of St. Margaret, Lothbury, 30 March 1650, by Sir 

E. Bysshe, Gart. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 13, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. ; Misc. 

Gen. et Her., 2nd S., vol. i., p. 288 ; Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 93". 
HorraiTOX, John, see Haughtox. 

Ralph, of London, sent., s. of John, of Honghton, co. Lane, s. of Ralph, s. 

of Nicholas, s. of John, originally descended from a younger house of 

Honghton of Houghton Tower in ye County. 1 July 1626 in Add. MS. 

14,295, fo. 98 ; by Segar, Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 55. 
Tobv, of King's Cliffe, Northants, 1 November, 26 Eliz., 1584. Bannerman's 

MS.. No. 9, fo. 510, 1584, by Cooke ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 117" ; Add. MS. 

J'.ICC, fo. 20. 
HouLTE Willium, citv of London, gent., crest 18 June 1582, by Sir G. Dethick. 

Harl. M.SS. 1441, fo. 74", and 1422, fo. 22" ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 21, 

as Holt. 
Hor.sE, late Alderm. of London, Quarterly .... by Cooke. Stowe Mb. 670, 

fo. 48. Same coat as Ric. Howse, but a difft. crest. 
IIOVEDEN, John, of Felban, L'eland, see Hovenden. 
HoVELL, .... Suff. .... confirmed .... 1587, by Flower. Harl. MSS. 1422, 

fo. 46, 6140, fo. 69", and 1085, fo. 24. 
„ Allen, s. of Joshua, of Plymouth, merch', 5 Aug. 1652, by Sir E. Bysshe. 

Harl. MSS. 1441, fo. 146", and 1172, fo. 79, vide 44, y« armes in y» greate 

book of funerals ; Stowe MS. 703, fo. 70 ; Harl. MS. 1466, fo. 24", as 

Howell, 1654. 
HoVEXDEX, John, of Kelleban, Ireland, aims confirmed and granted 1585, by 

Cooke, Clar. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 88" ; Misc. Gen. et Her., N. S., i., 233 ; 

Her. Coll., F. 12, fo. 217, incomplete at College; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 52" ; 

Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 37. 
Howard, .... originally of Kent .... by J. Boroiigli. Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 55" ; 

Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 90. 
How, Annabella, see Scroope. 
Howe, George .... an assistant Gov of Raleigh city, Virginia, arms .... by 

W. Dethick, Gart. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 36, fo. 120. 

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130 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

Howe, John, of Emble, par. of Stowgumber, Somt., gent., pat. 10 Dec. 1025, by 

Segar. .\dd. MS. 12,2-25, fo. 60 ; Guil. 193. 
How, Ricliard, of the city of London (s. of Sir Richard How, Knt., dec'', late 

Sheriff and Alderm. of London), and his two sisters, viz. : — 
„ Elizabeth, and \ 30 Oct. 1091, by T. S' George, Gart. and Clar. Add. MS. 
„ Susanna, / 14,8:^0, fo. 123, and Grants IV., fo. 97 ; Harl. ilS. 1085, 
fo. 56. 
Howe, Roger, of London, mercht bv Segai'. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 59'' ; 

Vincent MS. 154, fo. 10, Her. Coll., and Gnil. 192. 
Howell, John, of St. Albans, Hrrts, coufirnied by Sugar. Add. MS. 12,225, 

fo. 60. 
HOWLAND, Ricli'', D.D., Cambridge, s. and li. of John, of London, gent., arms 

confirmed and crest given by patent 20 Jan. 1584-5, and to descemlants of 

his father, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 120; 10"' Jan. in Add. MS. 

14.295, fo. 45. See Harl. MS. 58s7, fo. 2'', for Rowland, Counsellor, of 

Gray's Inn, ? Sir Giles ; the three brothers Knighted by K. James. 
HowLETT, Richard, of Sidnam, Kent, esq., s. of Jolin, s. of Richard, of Newton, 

Yorks, given by W" Harvev, Clar., at London 12 Aug. 1559, 1 Q. Eliz. 

Add. MSS. 14,295, fo. 6^ and 16,940, fo. 53" ; Harl. MS.^. 1359, fo. 12^ 

and 1115, fo. 4. See Hawlett. 
HowJiAN, Roger, of city of Norwich, D''in Physic, 5 May 1684, by Sir W. Dngdale, 

Gart., and H. St. George, Clar. Misc. Gen. et Her., N. S., i., 397 ; 

Grants III., 236 ; copy of grant, Brit. Mus., Lansd. MS. 867, fo. 52. 
HowSE, Richard, of Edmonton, Middx., confirmed .... 1563. (Harvey's Grants), 

Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 51 ; Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 22. 
HOWSSON, John, D.D. and chaplain to K. James, confirmed Feb. 1605-6, by 

Camden. Harl. MS. 6095, fo. 20 ; Guil. 399 ; (Bp. of Oxon. and Durham), 

Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 22". 
HowsoN, William, ATigtoft, co. Line, gent., descended from Thomas, s. of William, 

10 Feb. 1602-3, by W. Dethick, Gart., and Camden, Clar. Gi-ants I., 

fo. 342, 351. 
Hubbard, .... one of the Clerks of the Chancery, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, 

fo. 104, and 5887, fo. 11. 
HuBBERD or HuBERD, Edward, of Birchanger, Essex, gent., one of the six clerks in 

Chancery, s. of Richard, s. of John, sometime citizen and mercer of London 

(who mar. Elizabeth, d. and h. of the valiant Capt. Gough) ; Quarterly 

arms confirmed and crest granted 19 May 1578, by Sir G. Dethick, Gart. ; 

confirmed with three stars added to the crest (of' the lion's head) 2 June 

1590, by W. Dethick, Gart. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 82" ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MSS. 

36, fo. 117. and 37, fo. 119 (and 145, fo. 37) ; Stowe MS. 676, fo. 86, 80"; 

Add. MS. 4966, fo. 92. 
HuBARD, Thomas, of Callie (Calais) coat Barker's (irants. Hail. MS. 

5846, fo. 49 ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 53". 
Hubby alias Huby, John, Norwich, s. of Matthew, gent, of the horse to My., late 

Earl of Cumberlaud, 15 May 167G, by W. Dugdale. Harl. j\1S. 6834, 

fo. 178 ; Grants III., fo. 27. 
HuCKELL, . . . . (s. of Nicholas), of Hitchin . . . . 1581, by Cooke, Clar. 

Bannerman's MS., No. 9, 459. 
HUDDASDON, William, of Guy's Cliflfe, co. Warwick, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, 

fo. 114" ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 100. 
Hudson, John, of London, s. of Robert, s. of Thomas, of Apletrceweek, Yorks, 

crest 10 Feb. 1577-8, by Cooke, Clar. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 39". See 

HULSON. 

Huddy, Richard, of Nethway, Devon, 13 Feb. 1570-1, by Conkc or C. Dethick. 

Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 123. 
HUGGEN, Robert, of Bradenham, Norfolk, 8 or I'S II. VIII., by T. Wall, Gart. 

Banncrman's MS., No. 9, 452. 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OP THE XVII. CENTURY. 131 

HuGGESSEN confirmed 162-i, by Segar. Harl. MSS. G140, fo. 25, and 

6179, fo. 40. 
Hughes, . . . . M' Dudley's serv'. Arms, gii., a fret argt. on a canton or, a plieou 

gu. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 4''. 
„ Reignold, of London, gen., s. of, etc., exemplified I Aug. 1590, by R. Cooke. 

Harl. MS. 5805, fo. 160^ 
HuYs, TluiMiiis of CO. Glouc, a gift ... . 1558. (Harvey's Grants), Add. MS. 

IC.ii 10, fo. 9" ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 82, with difft. crest, pliys. to Q. Eliz. 
llKWsi: (ir II F.WKSE, William, Bp. of St. Asaph 1573—1601 ; 10 Dec. 1573, by 

Sir (I. Dethiek, (iart. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 81 ; Q's Coll. O.xf. MS. 145, 

fo. 33 ; Haii. MS. :,,s47, fo. 32, as Hewese, and 5823, fo. 33, as Hcwse. 
HUGUES, William, nf Uewurllvd, Flints (s. of Hugh), crest confirmed 28 1620, 

by Sir Richard St. (ieory'e (Noi'r.). Harl. MS. 2006, fo. 96 ; by T. Wall, 

Gart., 38 H. VIII., Harl. xMS. 1977, fo. 207. 
HuGON, Robert, of East Bradenham (Bucks), 20 May 1546, by ? Hawley. Add. 

MS. 16,940, fo. 201 ; Baaiiermau's MS., No. 9, 452. 
HULiiERT, George, .... Justice .... granted .... March 1639, by Borough, Gart. 

Harl. MSS. 1105, fo. 56, and 1441, fo. 57" ; Add. MSS. 26,702, fo. 91", 

and 4966, fo. 33" ; Guil. 390. 
Hull, John, of Hameldou, Surrey, 1527, by Wriothesley, Gart., and Benolte, Clar. 

Harl. MS. 1433, fo. 32, and 5846, fo. 49" ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 54. 
„ John, of London and Northamptonshii e, 20 July 1616, by W. Camden, Clar. 

Harl. MS. 6095, fo. 34; to his kindred and nephews, Harl. MS. 1422, 

fo. 42" ; Caius Coll. Camb. MS. 551, fo. 24 ; Guil. 196 ; Harl. MS. 1433, 

fo. 175". 
„ John, of Battersea, Surrey, esq., s. and h. of John, of Newport Pagnell, 

Bucks, s. of William, of Essum, Northants, confirmed 25 Jan. 1624-5, by 

Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 60"; Guil. 196 ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 76". 
„ Joseph, of Stoke-by-Nayland, SufF., J. P. and barr.-at-law, of Line. Inn, 7 Feb. 

1680-81, by W. Dugdale, Gart., and H. St. George, Clar. Stowe MS. 714, 

fo. 98" ; Grants III., fo. 126. 
Hulls, Thomas, of Norbury and Astley, Cheshire, esq., Quarterly coat confirmed, 

a gift of crest, by Flower, 3^" day 8 Eliz., 1566. Harl. MSS. 1422, 

fo. 118", 1359, fo. 10, and 1507, fo. 95, copy of grant, Brit. Mus., and Q's 

Coll. 0.\f. MS. 38, fo. 81. 
HuLME, William, of Over Hulme, par. of Leeke, co. Staff., s. of Tlios., s. of W™, 

s. of Nicholas, s. of W"", etc., crest granted 1 July 1613, by R. St. George, 

Norr. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 86, fo. 97 ; copy of grant, Harl. MS. 14:.'2, 

fo. 80", as HOLJIE, which see, and also Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 80 ; Harl. MS. 

6140, fo. 74" ; Le Neve's MS. 423. 
HuLSON, John, of London, .... gift .... 1560 .... (Harvey's Grants), 

Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 22". 
„ John, of London, gent., crest given 10 Feb., 20 Eliz., 1577-8, by Sir Gilbert 

Dethick, Gart. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 46 ; Harl. MSS. 1441, fo. 88", 

and 1359, fo. 29 (and 105", crest drawn differently) ; Stowe MS. 670, 

fo. 39" ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 25. 
HuLTON, Adam, of the Parke, co. Lane, gent., crest given 10 Dec. 1561. by 

Dalton. Her. and Geneal., ii., 536 ; Harl. MS. 1859, fo. 52 his. 
Humble, Peter, see Ujible, and Le Neve's MS. 357. 
Humphrey, Charles, of Rishangles, Snfl'., confirmed and ratified by Camden, Clar., 

and after in possession of 
„ Thomns, of Dublin, his brother, 26 Jan. 1638-9, by Thos. Preston, Ulster. 

Harl. MS. 1470, fo. 96, 262 ; Guil. 177 ; attestation of a certificate for 

Thomas, by Camden, Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 1. 
HuMFREY, Richard, of Rettendon, Essex, Quartering Warner, by Segar. Add. MS. 

12,225, fo. 60" ; Guil. 364 adds s. of Piichard, s. of Richard, etc. 
Humphrey, William, gent.. Save Maister to the Queen's mints within the Tower of 



132 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OP THE XVII. CENTURY. 

London, grant 30 (? 8) June 15G2, by Ilarvuy. Harl. M.S. 1507, to. 375, 
copy of grant, Brit. Mus., mid Q'e Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 79 ; Harl. MSS. 
1359, fo. 19, and 1422, fo. 22 ; Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 40" ; Her. and 
Geneal., i., 82 ; Grants II., 566 ; Le Neve's MS. 375, 274. 
Hun, Thomas, of Dedham, Essex, 8 Sept. 1572, by Sir G. Dethick. Harl. MS. 
1441, fo. 73; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 19"; Harl. MSS. 5847, fo. 18^ 
and 5823, fo. 19". 
HUNCKES, Sir Thomas, of Clapton, co. Glouc, about 1005, by D. Molyneux, Ulster 

K. of A. Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 38". 
HuNLOKE, Henry, of London, 14 Dec. 1587, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 108, 
and 1093, fo. 17" ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 64. 
„ fSir Henry, Bt., of Wingerworth, 19 Dec. 1G74, " mullets removed," 
I W. Dugdale. Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 178 ; Grants III., fo. 9 ; J. J. Howard's 
-j R. Cath. Fam., ii., 102, 105. 
„ I Sir Henry, of Wingerworth, co, Derby, 14 June 1088, by Sir T. St. 
l^ George, Gart. Grants IV., fo. 9. 
HuNNYNGES, William, esquire, one of the Six Clerks of the Council, crest and arms 
confirmed 10 Nov. 1549 (3 E. VI.), by C. Barker, Gart. Harl. MS. 1116, 
fo. 40. 
HuNNiS, William, of Middx., gent., of the Queen Majesties Chapel, and " Master 
of her highness children in the same," granted 14 Feb. 1568-9, by Sir G. 
Dethick, Gart., Cooke and Flower. Harl. MSS. 1441, fo. 70, and 1359, 
fo. 54 ; MS. Ashm. 844, fo. 6, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib., and Q's Coll. 
Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 136 (and 145, fo. 15"). 
HuNSTON, William, of Walepoll, Norfolk, gent., crest 6 Feb., 3 and 4 Phil, and 
Mary, 1556-7, Quarterly of 4 .... bv Sir G. Dethick, Gart. MS. Ashm. 
840, fo. 383-4, copy of grant, Bodleiau Lib., and Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, 
fo. 75 ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 68" ; Grants I., 202. 
HuNTE, Alice, dan. of H. of Sevenoaks iu Kent .... by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, 

fo. 92 ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 37". 
Hunt, James, of Dantzic, s. of Robert, of Stokegreve (Stokegreen), Devon, .... 
1592, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 63", and 1422, fo. 63" ; Add. MS. 
4960, fo. 25. 
„ John, of Paddon, Devon, 2 June 1510, by T. Wriothesley, Gart. Grants I., 404". 
„ John, of Lyndon, Rutland, granted 20 July 1585, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 
1359, fo. 88, and 1422, fo. 03" ; Guil. 203 ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 19, 45. 
IIuNTiKODON (Col. Robt., Stanton Harcourt, co. Oxford), or, fretty sa., on a chief 
of the 2nd three mullets or [a chief per fesse of the 2nd and gules, on the 
upper part three ninllets or]. Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 20" and 42" ; Bysshe's 
Grants, fo. 21, Her. Coll. ; one of y^ commissioners for the Excise, Harl. 
MS. 6179, fo. 44". 
HUNTON, William, of East Kiioyle, Wilts, .... 1578, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, 

fo. KI5'' ; Add. JIS. 4960, fo. 24". 
HuRDis, C Thomas, Atherstone-upon-Stower, co. Warn-ick, and of London, merclit., 
I grant 30 July 1695, by T. St. George, Gart. and Clar. Grants IV., 
^ fo. 204. And 
„ William, of Stoke Newington, Middx., sons of James, of Atherstone, 

I deceased. 
Hurt, Thomas, of Ashbourne, co. Derby, crest 4 Sept. 1565, by Flower. MS. 
Ashm. 858, fo. 101, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Reliquary, xxii., 51 ; 
Le Neve's MS. 491. 
Hutchinson, f Edward, of Wickham, Yorks, by Flower, by letters patent 4 July 
I 1581. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 8" ; MS. Ashm. 834, fo. 46, copy of 
J grant, Bodleian Lib. ; June in Guil. 387. 
HocHiNSON or 1 Edward (s. of Richard), of Wykeham, Yorks, confirmed 4 June 
HUCHINSON, 1581, and to his brethren, by Flower. MS. Ashm. 834, fo. 46, 

L copyofgraut, Bodleiau Lib.; Guil. 387; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 68". 



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HuTTOFT, Henry, of Hants, Add. MS. 20,702, fo. 70'>. 

HUTTON, .... crest, a camel's head per pale sa. and arg. betw. two wings counter- 
changed, ete., holding a broad arrow-head in his mouth or, etc. Barker's 
Grants .... Ilarl. M."^. 5846, fo. 50 ; Scowe MS. 092, fo. 54 ; Harl. MS. 
6179, fo. 12. 
„ Matthew, D.D.. Dtan ,)f York, grant 20 -July 1584, by G. Dethick, Gart. 
Stowe MvS. 070, fn. C,.; ; I'keraplified 1 May in MS. Ashm. 858, fo. 237-8, 
copy of grant, B.dlcian Lib., and Q's Coll. O.xf. MvS. 37, fo. 87 ; (irants I., 
fo. 71. 
„ Richard, of Goldsborough, Yorks, gent., 2nd s. of Antliony, s. of Jolin, s. ol 
William, of Penrith, Onrab., 27 .Inne 1599, by W. Segar, Somerset Herald 
and Norrov nominate. Add. MSS. 12,225, fo. 01, and 14,295, fo. 115 ; 
Harl. MS." 1359, fo. 30; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 140, fo. 130; Guil. 101, 
5"" June. 
„ Thomas, of Dry Drayton, co. C'arab., 10 Nov. ir)2s, by Wriothesley, Gart., 

and Benolte, Clar. ' Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 8, copy of grant. 
„ Sir Timothy, of Marske in Richmondshire, Yorks, Knt., and 
„ Sir Thomas, of Popleton, sons of Mathew, late Archbp., by W". Dugdale, Norr. 
Add. M.S. 14,295, fo. 54" ; C. 40, 132 [Visit. Yorks, 1665, Her. Coll.] ; 
see also by R. St. George, 1008, Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 50. 
HUYSH, Sylvester, of Donyford, "] 
,, William, of Dunster, ' co. Somerset, kinsmen, confirmed .... 1589, 

„ Rowland, of South Brent, and r by Cooke. Burke's Armory. 
„ Richard, of Xew Inu, Middx.,J 
Hyde, .... crest .... Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 51 ; Stowe MS. 
692, fo. 53, 54. 
„ Bernard, descended out of Notts and Herefordshire, Sept. 1009, by Segar. 
\dd MS 12,225, fo. 61 ; C. 24 [Visit, of Lond., 1634], fo. 18^ Her. 
Coll.; Guil. 364; Harl. MSS. 1441, fo. 162, 5887, fo. 106, and 1476, 
fo. 36. 
„ George, of South Denchworth, Berks, crest confirmed 22 Nov. 1000, by 
Camden. Cott. MS. Faust. E. 1, fo. 50" ; 20"' of Nov. in Stowe MS. 714, 
fo. 99 ; MSS. Ashm. 858, fo. 208, and 840, fo. 411, copy of grant, Bodleian 
Lib. ; Misc. Gen. et Her., N. S., iii., 53 ; Gough MS., Bodleian Lib., Berks, 
16, fo. 72". See also Cater. Le Neve's MS. 473. 
Hide, John, of London, ") sons of Edward, s. of Edward, s. of Jeukin, 2ud s. of 
and > Robert, of Norbury, Cheshire, 2 April 1571, by Cooke. 

Edward, J Harl. MSS. 1359. fo. 90", and 1442, fo. 60" ; Gents. 

Mag., 1864, ii., 221 ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 07 ; 
Add. :\IS. 4966, fo. 6.5". 
„ Capt. John, of St. Katherine, Middx. (out of Cheshire), confirmed 5 Aug. 
1637, by the Kings of .\rms and Heralds. Guil. 371. 
Hyde Laurence, Viscount, supporters 25 Nov. 1681, by Sir William Dugdale. 

Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 78 ; Grants IIL, fo. 142. 
lIiiiK, Robert, of Albury, Herts, .... 1580, by Cooke. Add. MS. 4960, fo. 81" ; 
Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 115", 1422, fo. 60", and 5887, fo. 21 ; Thomas in 
Stowe MS. 670, fo. 17. 
Hyde, William, of South Denchworth, Berks, crest 31 July 1562, by Harvey. 
Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 113 ; .\dd. MS. 16,940, fo. 29 ; Grants IL, 484", 548 ; 
Harl. MS. 1116, fo. 48. 
Hide, William, of Whetstone, Middx., 9 June 1691, by St. George, Gart. and Clar. 
Stowe MS. 714, to. 170 ; Add. MS. 14,830, fo. 105 ; Grants IV., fo. 85 ; 
Harl. MS. 1085, fo. 56. 

Hynde crest .... Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 50" ; Stowe MS. 

092, fo. 54. 
Austyne, of city of London, sheriff, gift, by Hawley, 1 Oct., 4 Ed. VI., 1550, 
copy of grant, Q's Coll. Oxf. MSS. 37, fo. 25, and 39, fo. 29 ; Harl. MS, 



134 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

1359, fo. 5; Add. MS. lG,9-iO, fo. 204; Grauts 11., 478; Harl. MS. 

1116, fo. 44". 
Hynde, Elizabeth, dau. to Tliomas Hvnde, confirmed .... l.'i.Sg. (Harvey's 

Grants), Add. ilS. 16,940, fo. 13". 
Hynd, Rowland, of Hedsor, Bucks (s. and h. of Austin, of London, Alderm.), 

allowed 1583, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 98" ; Add. MS. 14,295, 

fo. 32 ; Guil. 159 ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 62". 
Hyrne, Clement, of Inglosse at Heveringluim, Norfolk, esq., late maior city of 

Norwicli 1593, s. of Nicholas, of Draiton in said co., and father to 
Hearne or HiRNE, Thomas, now one of the Alderm. of Norwich, grant of arms 

and crest 22 Nov. 1596, by W" Dethick, Gart. Stowe ilS. 703, fo. 59" ; 

Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 37, fo. 94, copy of grant, and Stowe MS. 676, fo. 67 ; 

Harl. MS. 1453, fo. 33, " the arms given being those of Englosse, saving 

the di't'erencing of the Canton, enfi by R. Brooke, York Herald." 
HiRNE, Thomas, s. of Clement ; marr. Ann, dau. of ... . Thurston, of Hopney, 

Suff'. ; coat and impalement .... by W™ Dethick. Harl. MSS. 1441, 

fo. 104, and 5847, fo. 54"; Add. MS. 12,4.54, fo. 54 ; Stowe MS. 703, 

fo. 59". 



I 

iBSfiRAVE, William, of Langley, co. Herts .... coat and crest .... Barker's 

Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 59" ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 58 ; Harl. MS. 5887, 

fo. 82, three quarterings. 
Ilbert, William, Buckfastleigh, Devon, 28 Nov. 1692, by T. St. George, Gart. and 

Clar. Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 178 ; Grants IV., fo. 122 ; Harl. MS. 1085, 

fo. 56. 
Iles, Thomas, of Fulham, Middx., alteration .... by Sir R. St. George, Clar. 

Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 56 ; (I. 23, fo. 32 [Her.'Coll.]) ; Harl. MS. 1105, 

fo. 7". 
India, The Merchants of, incorporated as " the Company of Merchants of 

London trading with the East Indies " ; grant of arms and crest 4 Feb. 

1600-1, by W. Dethick, Gart., and Camden. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 36, fo. 87, 

copy of grant. See East Indies. 
Inge (William in Guil. 259), of Leicester, 22 Feb. 1641-2, by .J. Borough, Gart. 

Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 58. 
Inkersall, .... gn., a fesse daucettee erm. betw. six trefoils slipped or, by Segar. 

Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 63; C. 28 [Visit, of Herefordsh., 1634], fo. 45, 

2nd Index, Her. Coll., and Guil. 135. 
Innes, Robert, of Edinburgh, W. S., s. of Robert, of Readhall, s. of Adam, of 

same, 12 June 1693, by A. Areskine, Lyon K. of A. Misc. Gen. et Her., 

N. S., ii., 395, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. 
Ipswich Town, confirmation of arms, crest and supporters granted 20 Aug. 1561, 

by Hervey. Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 59 ; 24 of Aug. in copy of grant, Q's 

Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 77 ; Misc. Gen. et Her., 2nd S., vol. ii., p. 343 ; 

Cat. Her. Exhib. Soc. Antiq., 65. 
Ireland, James, s. of John, s. of John, of co. Hereford, s. of Hugh, of co. Salop, 

descendants of Ireland of co. Lane, Esq., gift 1602, by W" Segar, Somerset 

Her. ats Norroy nominate. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 37 ; 1601 in Add. MS. 

14,295, fo. 117, and Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 65 ; Guil. 127. 
„ Sir John, Knt., of Langley, co. Hereford, coat and crest .... Barker's 

Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 59 ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 58. 
lUEMONGEit, William, of Ghattcutt, co. Lane. [Chatcull, co. Staff. ?],.... by 

Camden. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 12, 6179, fo. 2, and 1441, fo. 46. 
Irbmonsers' Company, 1 Sept. 1455, 34 Hen. VI., by Lancaster Herald ; con- 
firmed 16 ,22 H. VIIL, 1530, by Benolt ; reconfirmed 27 May 1560, 



GRAKTEES OF AUllS TO THE END OE THE XVII. CENTURY. 135 

by llervey. Add. MS. 10,1)40, fo. H- Her. and (iciiurtl., i., ;37 ; see 

Burke's Armory. 
Is.\AKE, Samuel, town clerk of E.xeter, scqueBtcivd, hut i-estorcd l)y \vi-ifc of 

iiiandaiuus temp. Chas. II., etc. ; aiiuiiR'ntatinti i\ .June 1670, by Walker. 

Add. JISS. 14,293, fo. 85, and I-I.i".)l, fi>. i'.^ ; llarl. MS. 1172, fo. 7G ; 

Ciiil. 2.'')S. See Iza.-vk. 
I8AACK.S0N, Henry and [William ?], I.D.I), (of Fifield, Essex), by W. Segav. 

Grant, Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 30. 
Isoxs, John, of Trontesdale, Yorks, <i;ent.. 11 ilav ill];!, by R. St. George, Non-. 

Add. JIS. 14,295, fo. (!1 ; Harl. MS. 0179," fo. ii". 
Ithki.i,, Thomas, Doctor of the Civil Lawe and Master of Jesus Coll., Camb. ; 

s. of Piers Ithell of Billesden, co. Leic, Esq.; a patent 10 Jnly 1575, 

17 Q. Eliz., by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 114'' ; Add. AIS. 4900, 

fo. 91". 
IvAT, 'I'homas, Esq., Searcher of the jiort of the City of London ; s. of William, 

who marr. Margaret, dau. of W'" iiittletoii afs Lod^'e. sometime of Cresset, 

Salop, esq., and niece to Sir Thomas Littleton, Kut., lord mayor of London 

1583 ; coat confirmed and crest granted 27 June l(i2(5, Quartei'lv of 8, by 

Segar. Stowe MS. 077, fo. 9"; Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 05; Gull. 131; 

Grants I., 372 ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 70". 
IvE or IVE.s, John, Northants, confirmed .... 1562. (Harvey's Grants), Add. 

MS. 16,940, fo. 34"; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 50; Ives, Harl. MS. 1116, 

fo. 47. 
IzAAK, Samuel, town clerk of the city of E.xeter, etc., June 1070, by Walker; 

royalist, imprisoned by sea and land. etc. Harl. MS. 1172, fo." 70; Add. 

MS. 14,293, fo. 85 ; Isaacke in Add. MS. 14,294, fo. 25; sequestered, but 

restored by writ of mandamus temp. Chas. 11., etc. ; Guil. 258. See 

ISAAKE. 

IzoD, John, chief gentleman Ussher to Q. Anne 1600, of Tuddington, Glouc, 1592, 
by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 104, and 1422, fo. 95 ; Add. MS. 4900, 
fo. 85" ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 47. 



Jakman [.Jackman], Edward, of Harton, Essex, gift .... 1501. (Harvey's 

Grants), xVdd. MS. 10,940, fo. 52" ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 51. 
Jacson, .... crest .... Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5840, fo. 59" ; Stowe 

MS. 692, fo. 58. 
Jackson, .... of Kilwouldegrove, Yorks, .... by Segar : gu., three suns ppr., 

a chief indented erm. (?gu., two bars dancettee erm., on a chief az. three 

suns or). Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 61" ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 60". 
„ John, of Gatonbye, Yorks, gent., .... 1503, by Flower. Add. MS. 14,295, 

fo. 36 ; Harl. "MSS. 1359, fo. 33^ and 0140, fo. 69". 
„ John, one of the trompeters to Q. Eliz., s. of John, of Westchester, confirmed 

1 June 1584, 26 Q. Eliz., by Sir Gilb' Dethick, Gart. (of Stockport iu 

Harl. MS. 580(), fo. 48, and ?if arms granted by Chas,, K. of Sweden). 

Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 48, and 1359. fo. 23 ; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 48 ; Q's 

Coll. 0.xf. MS. 145, fo. 9 ; Harl. MS. 0140, fo. 35. 
„ Richard, of Killingwold Grange, s. of Anthony, s. of Richai-d, .... 1613, by 

R. St. George, Norr. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 48, and ? by Segar, Add. MS. 

12,225, fo. 61". 
„ Robert (s. of John, of Kendal, Westmorland), chiefest Master Warden for 

the Society and Co. of the Girdlers in London, now of Englefield, Jliddx., 

gent., etc., arms and crest granted 24 Aug. 1590, by W. Dethick, Gart. 

Copy of grant, Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 30, fo. 57. 



136 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO TEE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

Jackson. Robert, of Keswick, Cumberland, .... by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, 
fo. 07»', and 1422, fo. 48 ; Keswick, Yorks, Add. JIS. 4906, fo. 87". 
„ Thomas, of Diiddingstone, Northampt., 10 Aug. 1089, by T. St. George, 
Giirt. and Clar. Harl. MS. 0834, fo. 178 ; Grants IV., fo. 53. 
Jacob, Catherine, d. and h. to John Jacob of Myddle, Salop, and wife to Hugh or 
John Whitebroke of Bridgeuorth in the said co. ; confirmed .... 1.563. 
(Harvey's Grants), Add. MS. 10,940, fo. 44" ; Harl. MS. 1116, fo. 55. 
„ .... of Stratford, Bow, and one of the Custom House, gent., by W"" Segar, 

Gart. Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 111. 
„ Thomas, of Wotton Bassett, Wilts, confirmed 24 June 1633, by Sir R. St. 
George, Clar. Harl. MS. 1470, fo. 155, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. ; Guil. 
189; Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 13. 
Jacomb, Thomas, D.D., s. of John, of Burton Lazers, co. Leic, 20 April 1072, by 
Walker. Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 60, copy of grant ; Add. MS. 14,293, fo. 08 ; 
Guil. 381 ; Harl. MS. 0179, fo, 59. 
Jauwine or Jadewine (or .IADS^?INE"), Robert, gent. (mar. Cecilia, dau. of Sir 
Francis Clark, K.P..). s. and li. of Thomas, of London, gent, (by Lucy, dau. 
of .Ii.liii Skillicorn.' <.f I'li'shall, co. Lane, arm.), s. of W"-, of Barwick, 
Esq., etc. ; gift, by Dethick (? W'") .... confirmed 21 Sept. 1629, by 
Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 61" ; Guil. 365 ; Grants L, 358 ; Harl. MS. 
6140, fo. 04". 
Jakes, John, of London, .... bv Cooke. Harl. MSS. 5887, fo. 24, and 1359, 
fo. 88; Add. MS. liici;. lo. '.-,L'. 

Jamaica, Seal, 3 Fel.. 1i;(;i-l', bv Sir E. Walker, Gart. Her. Coll., fo. 5. 

James, [Bartholomew], ilayn,- ,,f London (1479—1480) Ed. IV Add. 

MS. 20,702, f... ;■.(•,''. 
„ of Cornewall, 20 Jnlv lOil, by Borough. Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 57". 
„ Francis, of Bariow Court, Somerset, Doctor of lawe and a Master in Chancery, 
s. of John, of One [Onn] parva, co. Staff., and bro. of William, S.T.D. 
and dean of Durham, confirmed by Camden. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 41, 
and 6095, fo. 18. 

„ (John), M.l)., a i)liNsitiai by Cooke, Clar. Stowe MS. 070, fo. 11. 

„ Martin, of J>iai(l<.ii,' cs(|., ;iiid ic^istrar of the High Court of Chancery, crest 

granted 10 Sept. 1.^7 1, bv Sii' G. Dethick, Gart. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 81 ; 

copy of grant, Q's Coll. Uxf. MS. SO, fo. 104 (and MS. 145, fo. 32"). 

„ Roger, of Upminster Hall, Essex, and 1 (sons of Roger, of London, a native 

„ John, his brotl-.er J of Cheshire), James and Moreskins 

quarterly and two crests, 18 Nov. 
1611, by Camden. Harl. MSS. 1422. fo. 109, and 6095, fo. 16" ; Arch. 
Cant., iv., 242; Her. and Geneal., ii., 428, and vi., 080 ; Roger, brewer, 
Guil. 323. 
„ Thomas, D.D., warden of All Souls', Oxford, formerly an officer in the army ; 
29 April 1608. Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 20"; Add. MS. 14,293, fo. 0"; 
Bysshe's Grants, fo. 20, Her. Coll. ; Guil. 274. 
Janson, Brian, of London, free of the Drapers .... May 1605, by Camden : 
impaling Lee. Harl. MSS. 1422. fo. 19, and 6095, fo. 4. 
„ William, of Tunbridge, Kent, 11 Feb. 1046-7, ?by Bysshe, Clar. Harl. MS. 
4198, fo. 53". 
Jarkett, James (s. of W">), London, merchant, 19 May 1696, by T. St. George, 

Gart. and Clar. Grants IV., 236, and Burke. 
Jason, Robert, of Enfield, Middx., confirmed 10 March 1588-9, by W'» Dethick, 
Gart. Harl. MS. 1470, fo. 57, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. ; Misc. Gen. et 
Her., 2nd S., vol. iii., p. 49 ; Guil. 106 ; 12 July 1588 in Harl. MS. 6140, 
fo. 31", and 4 quarterings. 
Jasson, Simon, s. of Sebastian, of Burton on Trent, co. Stafi'., crest Nov. 1610, 
by R. St. George, Norr. MS. Ashm. 858, fo. 118, copy of grant, Bodleian 
Lib. ; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 79 ; see Harl. MSS. 5887, fo. 40", and 6140, fo. 41. 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XYII. CENTURY. 137 

Jawdrell, Robert, of AYytchaiu, Isle of Ely, co. Canib., Esq., gift of crest 2 July 

1597, by Lee, Clar. Had. MS. 1359, fo. 39" ; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 121'', 
" coat awaiting proof." 
Jay, Henrv, of London, Alderm., 4 May 1601, by Camden. Harl. MSS. 1422, 

fo."l7\ and G095, fo. 1" ; fiuil. 120. 
Jeffrey, John, of Mexham, co. Denbigh, s. of Jeffrey, s. of Hugh, s. of Robert 

Vehan, lineally descended from Kenrick Rywallon, 12 October 1614, by 

R. St. George, Norr. Grants IL, 463". 
Jefferey, Thomas, of liondon, gent., .... 1542, by C. Barker. Stowe MS. 692, 

fo. 58; Add. MS. 19,816, fo. 114. 
Jeffreys, Sir George, Baron Jeffreys of Wem, supporters 21 Nov. 1685, by 

W. Dugdale, Gart. Stowe MS. 714, fo. 126" ; Grants IIL, 277 ; Lansd. 

MS. 867, fo. 52. , „ u 

Jefferyes, James, s. of Richard, of Little Bursted, Essex, exemplified 20 leb. 

8 Jac, 1610-11, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 62 ; C. 21 [Visit, of 

Essex, 1634], fo. 148, Her. Coll.; called John in Add. MS. 14,293, fo. 20 ; 

Guil. 318 ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 80. 
Jefferson, Simon, of Loudon, gent., 2nd s. of Anthony, of Ripon, Yorks, confirmed, 

a patent by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 62. 

Jegox, John, Corpus X" Coll., Camb., D.D., .... by Cooke, Clar. Stowe MS. 

670, fo. 49. 
Jekyll, Thomas, of Booking, Essex, and of Clifford's Inn, Attorney, Chief clerk of 

the paper office of the King's Bench, and lover of arms, antiquities, and of 

JLithematical sciences ; s. and h. of John Stocker Jekyll, late of Newington, 

Middx.. gent., etc.; alteration of old coat and crest 6 Feb. 1627-8, by 

Segar : quartering Stocker, Barnehouse, and Brihyton ? Add. MS. 12,225, 

fo.'62"; Guil. 158. 
Jemmet, Philip, of London, brewer, who was fined for Alderman ; 17 Nov. 1670, 

22 Ch. II. Bysshe's Grants, fo. 25, Her. Coll. ; Harl. MSS. 1105, fo. 21", 

and 6179, fo. 40" ; Proc. Soc. of Antiq., 1897, fo. 355 ; Le Neve's MS. 

504. 
Jexkes, George, of the county of Salop, crest given 1 May 1582, 25 Q. Eliz., by 

Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 121". 
Jenkyns, Roger, of London, confirmed 3 June 1611 (9 Jac. I.), by Segar, with 

six quarterings. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. C3 ; Jones in Guil. 388. &« Jones, 

Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 39. 
Jenkinson, .... Tunstal, Norfolk, and Oulton, Suff., confirmed 8 Nov. 1563, by 

Harvey. Burke's Armory. 
„ .... Norwich .... 1687 ... . Burke's Armory. 
„ Anthony, citizen of London, a great traveller, granted 14 Feb. 15G8-9, by 

Sir G. Dethick, Gart., Cooke and Flower. MS. Ashm. 844, fo. 3, copy of 

grant, Bodleian Lib., and Q's Coll. Oxf MS. 39, fo. 147 ; Harl. MSS. 1359, 

fo. 54". and 1441, fo. 70 ; Guil. 87 ; Grants II., 629". 
, Sir Paul, of Walton, Bart., Sheriffe, Derby, 14 April 1687, by Sir T. St. 

George, Gart., and J. Dugdale, Norr. Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 178 ; Grants III., 

fo. 310 ; Lansd. MS. 867, fo. 52 ; Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 60. 
„ Sir Robert, of London, confirmed 2 Nov., 16 K. Jas., 1618, by Camden. 

Cott. MS. Faustina, E. 1, fo. 62"; Guil. 87 ; Grants II., 577; Crisp's 

Visit. England and Wales, notes, ii., 47. 
Jener, .... Prothonotary of Com. Pleas . . . . H. VIII. Add. MS. 26,702, 

fo. 39". 
Jenner, Sir Thomas, Kt., .... Recorder of London, augmentation and alteration 

5 June 1684, by Sir W™ Dugdale and H. St. George, Clar. Harl. MS. 

6834, fo. 178 ; Grants III., fo. 241 ; Lansd. MS. 867, fo. 52. 
Jenjjery, Thomas, citizen of London, and his brothers William, Henry and George, 

s. of Henry, of Wetherden, Suff., 10 Dec. 1661, by Sir E. Walker, Gart. 

Her. Coll., fo. 44. 



138 GRAKTKES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

Jenney, .... erm., a bend gu. betw. two cottices sa. ; confirmed .... by Segar. 

Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 62" ; Had. MS. G140, fo. 30. 
Jennens, Lord Mavor ([Sir] Stephen in 1508), H. VII. Add. MS. 2G,702, 

fo. SS'' ; Harl. MS. 6179, to. 15. 
Jenings (Peter in Guil., p. 304), of Silsden, Yorks, grant 26 May 1641, by 

Borongh. Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 57^ ; Caius Coll. Camb. MS. 551, copy of 

grant. 
Jennyns, Ralph, of Churchill, Somerset, crest confirmed .... 1503. (Harvey's 

Grants), Add. MS. 10,940, fo. 53. 
Jenins [Jennings], Williain, Lancaster Herald, 10 Feb. 1516-17, by Wriothesley 

[Gart.] and Benolt [Clar.]. Harl. MS. 1167, fo. 82^ 
Jenoyre, .... of Essex .... by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. Se*- ; Add. MS. 

4966, fo. GO*". Alverstone alias Jenoure of Bvgotts in Dunham Magna, 

Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 46. 
Jenyson, Tliomas, Yokefleet, Yorks, confirmed .... 1559, by Dalton, Norr. Add. 

MS. 16,940, fo. 35\ 
Jepson, Robert, of London, gift .... 1562. (Harvey's Grants), Harl. MS. 1110, 

fo. 47 ; Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 44. 
Jekmyn, Henry, of Wickham Bishop, Essex, assigned 9 Aug. 1664, by Sir Edw. 

Bysshe, Clar. Guil. 161. 
„ Sir Thomas, of SuSblk, crest 1 Sept. 1552, by ? Hawley. Add. MS. 16,940, 

fo. 205. 
Jerveis or Jerveys [Jervoise], Thomas, of Weoley, co. Wore, confirmed 

(155- or 156-), (Harvey's Grants) : sa., a chevron betw. three Eagietts 

[displayed ?] arg. ; crest, a tyger head erased are;, [sa. ?], mayned and tufted 

arg. Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 22 ; Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 22'\ 
Jessoppe, Richard, of Broomhall, Yorks, granted 13 July 1575, by Flower. MS. 

Ashm. 834, fo. 11, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Harl. MS. 1453, fo. 74 ; 

Guil. 402. 
Jessopp, Thomas, of Gillingham, Dorset by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, 

fo. 90, and 1422, fo. 51'^ ; Add. MS. 4906, fo. 35. 
Jesus College, Cambridge, grant of crest 6 July l.">7'i, bv CiMike. Her. and 

Geneal., i., 120, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. ; Add. MS. ..si-'. l\.. l. 

Jevon, Daniel, and brother 1 of Sedgley, co. Staff"., conlirnu.d lo .Ian. 1051-2, by 

„ Thomas, J Ryley. MS. Ashm. 858, io. 135'^ copy of grant, 

Bodleian Lib. ; Misc. Gen. et Her., N. 8., iv., 384. 

Jewkes, Edward, sergeant of the Bathe (?Bake) House within the Queen's 

princely palace ; in time of wars he to be standard bearer for the band, and 

Tynall of the Household, and for services in connection with the late 

dangerous attempt of the Spanish called the "invincible navie"; arms 

quarterly and crest granted .... 1593, bv W. Dethick, Gart. Copy of 

grant, Q's Coll. Ox'f. MS. 36, fo. 28 ; Stowe MS. 076, fo. 105 [has 

" Serjeant of the Bath to her Magesty "]. 
Jeyner, John, of London, son of Christopher Jeyner of Sussex, .... 1591, by 

Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 102, and 1422, fo. 23 ; Add. MS. 16,940, 

fo. 209 (and Stowe MS. 670, fo. 46, as Joyner), which see. 
JOBSON, Sir Francis, of Essex, letters patent April 1553, 7th Ed. VI., for new coat 

for services to Hen. VIII., signed by the King at Westminster. MS. 

Ashm. 834, fo. 43, copy of letters patent, Bodleian Lib. ; Guil. 404. 
„ Walter, of Snayth, Yorks .... by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 7.5'> ; Add. 

MSS. 14,295, fo. 75^ and 4966, fo. 36. 

JODRELL, see JaWDRELL. 

Johnson, .... crest .... Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 60 ; Stowe MS. 
692, fo. 58. 
„ .... deputy of S' Buttolph's, Aldersgate Ward, London : arg., a pheon az. 
betw. three mascles gu., by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 63'' ; C. 24 
[Visit, of Lond., 1034], fo. 84^ Her. Coll.; Guil. 374. 



&RANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OP THE XVII. CENTURY. 139 

Johnson, .... of the Tower, Iiiue 1609, by Camden. Harl. MS8. 1422, 

fo. 18, 5839, fo. 3\ 2275, fo. 90\ and 1115, fo. 9" ; Guil. 339. 
„ .... CO. Line. Quarterly : 1 and 1, or, a water bouget sable, on a chief of 

the hist three bezants ; 2 and 3, gii., three fleurs-de-lis in bend arg. betw. 

two eottises vair. Crest, out of a ducal coronet per pale arg. and azure 

two wings e.xpanded counterchauged. [" Subscribed by Robert Cooke als 

Clarenceux roy de Armes To Johnson.] Add. MS. 17,506, fo, 36" ; see 

Le Neve's MS. 258. 
„ Ann, dan. of Richard, of Hempstead, Esse.x, ux. Richard Gourney, citizen 

and Alderm. of London, grant 12 March 1596-7, by Lee. Q's Coll. 

Oxf MS. 146, fo. 185 ; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 11 ; Stowe BIS. 702, 

fo. 115. 
„ Edward, Tunbridge, Kent, s. of James, of Lewisham, Kent, and of Joan his 

wife, d. and h. of Rob. Cheesraaii, who mar. the daur. and heir of ... . 

Woodhall and Yaxley ; 10 May 1570, by R. Cooke, Clar. Stowe MS. 670, 

fo. 60" ; Add. MS. 14,297, fo. 60". 
„ Jane and Elizabeth, see Mordaunt. 

„ John, of Norfolk, now Line by Cooke, Clar. Stowe MS. G70, fo. 39. 

„ Nicholas, of Milton Bryan, Bedf., and to his brothers 

„ Francis, and "1 argent, on a pile azure three ounces' heads erased of the first ; 

„ William, / 8 May 1632, by R. St. George, Clar. Misc. Gen. et Her., 

N. S., ii., 121, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. 
„ Richard, of Gainsborough, co. Line, confirmed 7 May 1579, by Flower. 

MS. Ashm. 834, fo. 21, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Guil. 34 ; Hurl. 

MSS. 6179, fo. 40", and 1115, fo. 65. 
„ Robert, of London, s. of John, of Goldinton, Bedf., by Camden. Morgan's 

Sphere, 118 ; see Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 61". 
„ Robert, preacher, of North Luffenham, Rutland, B.D., founder of grammar 

schools and hospitals at Oakham and Uppingham ; confirmed 23 March 

1592-3, by Cooke. Misc. Gen. et Her., N. S., i., 452 ; Harl. MS. 1359, 

fo. 122 ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 41" ; John in Stowe MS. 670, fo. 53" ; Le 

Neve's MS. 252. 
„ Rowland, surveyor of the Queen's works at Berwick, new crest granted 20 or 

25 May 1569, by Sir Gilb' Dethick, Cooke and Flower. MS. Ashm. 844, 

fo. 22. copv of grant, Bodleian Lib., and Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 154, 

and (MS. U,-), fo. i'l"') ; Harl. MSS. 1441, fo. 75", and 1422, fo. 74" ; 

Guil. 388 ; flarl. MS. .■),S87, fo. 44, for grant of Coat of Arms from Geo. 

Bullock, see Brit. Mus., Add. Cliarter 19,882. 

„ Thomas, of Yorks 1563-4, by Flower. Harl. MS. 1453, fo. 74. 

„ Capt. Thnraas, of Great Yarmouth, Norfolk (s. of Thomas, 4'" time bailifl' of 

Great Yiii-inoutli, and his grandfather James, several times also), 10 Sept. 

ICCd. bv W;ilk. r. .Sequestered and decimated, Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 71 (81) ; 

Add. .M'>s. M.L'i):;, fo. 92, and 14,294, fo. 27 ; Guil. 186 ; see Harl. MS. 

1U85, io. 42 ; Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 55. 
„ William, of Ligham, Norfolk, 23'" July 1633, in the 9'" yeare of o'' soveraign 

lord King Charles, by R. St. George, Clar. [Gn., on a saltire ar. live 

crosses moline of the field ; Crest, a wolfs head erased per pale crenellee 

ar. and gu.] Harl. ALS. 5887, fo. 114. 
„ William [by Sir C. Barker .... Azure, a fesse embattled or between three 

cocks' heads erased ar., beaked gu., combed or. Barker's Grants]. Add. 

MS. 26,702, fo. 76" ; \_see Visit, of Loud., 1634, Harl. Soc, under Jesson]. 
„ William, ais Crokey, see Crokey. 

„ William, and 1 sons of William, of Willingdaledoe, Essex, crest 20 May 1577, 
„ Charles, / by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 16 ; copy of grant, Add. 

MS. 5524, fo. 208. 
„ William (Jonson), of Tunbridge, Kent, confirmed 11 Feb. 1G46-7. Harl. 

MS. 4198, fo. 53". 



140 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 



1, William, of Bcwden Park, Wilts, 20 Dec. 1G63. Hail. MS. 1105, fo. 17 ; 

Bysshe's Giants, fo. 4, Her. Coll. 
JoLLES, John, ats Joyles, of London, after Lord Mayor (deputy gov of -the 

merchant Advent', Caius Coll. Camb. MS.), grant 14 July 1604, by 

Camden. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 18, 5839, fo. 3\ 2275, fo. 90*, and 1115, 

fo. 9'' ; MS. Ashm. 858, p. 18, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. 
Jolly, Robert, of Hattou Garden, par. of St. Andrew, Holborn, in the suburbs of 

London, 7 Oct. 1692, by T. St. George, Gart. and Clar. Harl. MS. 1172, 

fo. 64" ; Add. MS. 14,831, fo. 110, and Grants IV., 119 ; Harl. MS. 1085, 

fo. 56. 
JOLLYE, William, of Leeke, co. Staff., and to all the descendants of John, his 

grandfather ; crest 27 Aug. 1614, by R. St. George, Norr. Harl. MS. 

1470, fo. 266 ; Guil. 255 ; Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 9". 
Jones, .... crest .... hiatus in the blazon (?not given by Barker). Barker's 

Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 60" ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 57". 
„ (or Jhones) .... of London, dyer : gu., a cross betw. four pheons or, by 

Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 63" ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 79. 
„ .... of London .... parti per pale az. and gu. three lyons rampt. argt., a 

mullet for diff. ; Quarterly of 8 (3 Milo, E. of Hereford, 4 Newmarch) ; by 

Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 64. 
„ Edward, of Walpole, Norfolk 1587, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 65 ; 

Stowe MS. 670, fo. 19", as Johns ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 30. 
„ Edward, of Lansayre, Dyffryn Clwyd, co. Denbigh, confirmed by R. St. 

George, Norr. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 58'' ; (descended from the family of 

Trevor of C. in said co., Harl. MS. 6067, fo. 38). Quarterly : 1 and 4, 

parted per bend sinister ermine and ermines and a lyon rampant within a 

bordure engrailed or ; 2 and 3, gu., a cross crosslet set upon three gryces 

[grieces] or. Crest, a lyon couchant guardant gu., tail betwixt his hinder 

legs and reflexed over his back. 
Jhones, Francis, Alderm. of London, s. of John, s. of John, of Loostone, par. of 

Claverley, co. Salop, 12 Nov. 1610, by Camden. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 21^ 

and 6095, fo. 13''; Morgan's Sphere of Gentry, ii., p. 110; Her. and 

Geneal., vol. vi., p. 323, as Jones ; Guil. 171. 
JONNES, Griffin, of Merionethshire (? Monmouthshire), confirmed 18 Nov., 

12 Q. Eliz., 1569, by Sir G. Dethick. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 69 ; Q's Coll. 

Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 13 ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 46. 

„ Sir Henry (used at funerall) by Cooke, Clar. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 13". 

JoNKS, John, of Monmouthshire, s. of Nicholas, 21 May (March) 1573, by Sir G. 

Dethick. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 79 ; " March " in Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, 

fo. 30. 
„ Robert, of Scarborough, Yorks, 23 Feb. 1612-13, by R. St. George, Norr. 

Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 60" ; Grants IL, 636 ; Le Neve's MS. 496. 
Jones (or Jonnes), Sir Roger, citizen and Sheriff of London, and his brother 
„ Thomas, Bishop of Meath, 14 Sept. 1604, by Camden. Sir Roger died in the 

year of his shrievalty, 24 July. Copy of grant, Brit. Mus., Stowe MS. 703, 

fo. 59'' ; Harl. MS.S. 6095, fo. 2, and 1422, fo. 18, where Roger is put as 

James; Harl. MS. 4600, fo. 55"; copy of grant in Bannerman's MS., 

No. 9, 489. 
Jones, Roger, ais Jenkens, of London, descended from the house of Trevor in 

Wales : parti per bend sinister ermine and erminois, a lyon rampt. or, 

a crescent for diff., with 4 quarterings, 3 June, 9 Jac, 1611, by Segar. 

Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 63 ; Guil. 388. 
John or Jones, Thomas ap John, fitz Urian of Llangaddock, co. Carmarthen, gent", 

mace bearer or sergeant-at-arms to Hen.VIIL, granted 20 Feb. 1526-7, by 

Wriothesley. Harl. MS. 1052, fo. 21, pedigree ; Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 46"; 

Guil. 223. See Fitz Uryan. 
Jones, Walter, of Dingestow, co. Mon., s. of John and Agnes, dau. of John 



GRANTEES OP ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURT. 141 

Thomas, etc. ; crest sjranted 16 July 1593, by W. Dethick, Gart. Stowe 

MS. 676, fo. 89, 102 ; Copy of grant, Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 36, fo. 22 

and 32. 
.Jones, Walter, city of Worcester, born at Witney, Oxon., s. of Henry, of the same, 

s. of John, 2nd s. of John, of Greysmond, co. Mon., 45 Eliz., 1603, by 

consent of Gilbert, Earl of Siirewsbury, by \V. Dethick, Gart. Marl. MS. 

1422, fo. 107 ; copy of grant, Add. MS. 5524, fo. 206. 
„ William, of Lanwariie, co. Hereford, s. of William, confirmed 8 Jan. 1566-7, 

by Sir G. Dethick, Gart. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 68'^ ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, 

fo. 12"; June in Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 46. 
JOANES, William, of Keevil, Wilts . . . . bv Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 102'', and 

1422, fo. 65 ; Stowe MS. 670, fo. 33". 
Jones, William, s. of Thomas, s. of William, s. of Richard, of Holt, co. Denbigh : 

arg., a lyou rampant vert vnlned on the shoulder az. ; coat confirmed and 

crest granted 16 June 1607 (by R. St. George in Add. MS. 14,293). Add. 

MS. 12,225, fo. 64 ; 21 of June in Add. MS. 14,293, fo. 121 ; copy of 

grant, Brit. Mus. ; 16"' of June in Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 78" ; Guil. 175, 

approved by Segar, Gart. 
Jordan Dec. 1604, by Camden ; same coat as Sir William, with crescent sa. 

llarl. MSS. 5887, fo. 31", and 6095, fo. 3. 
JouDEN, .... of Callyce .... sa., an eagle displayed in bend between ii cottises 

ar., on a chief or, iii oak leaves vert. Barker's Grants, Stowe MS. 692, 

fo. 58. 
Jordan, Edmund, of Gatwick, Surrey, s. of William, s. of John, etc., confirmed 

(as used on seals 13 or 30 Ed. I:, 1284) and grant of crest. Quarterly 

of 8 : 1 Jordan, [2 Jordan], 3 Codrington, 4 Saltman, 5 Barwick, 

6 Hussey, 7 Hussey, and 8 Nesseile. 18 Feb. 1628-9, 4 Chas., 1629, 

5 Charles I., by Segar, Gart. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 64" ; Harl. MSS. 6140, 

fo. 81", and 1105, fo. 8 bis. 
„ Edmond, of Gatwick, Surrey, High Sheriff 1628, b. of William, etc., alteration 

2 June 1631, by R. St. George, Clar. C. 2 [Visit. Surrey, 1623], 72, Her. 

Coll.; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 67"; Guil. 211; see copv of grant, Brit. 

Mus., Add. MS. 7098, fo. 79" and 79*", 1 May 1632;' Harl. MS. 1105, 

fo. 8. 
„ Sir William, of Wiltshire .... Nov. 1604, by Camden. Harl. MSS. 6095, 

fo. 2", 1422, fo. 18", and 5887, fo. 10". 
Jours, Luke, of Ipswich, Suff., 15 Sept. 1664, ?by Sir E. Bysshe, Clar. Harl. 

MSS. 1105, fo. 40", and 1085, fo. 16". 
JoWELES als Jowr.ES, John, of Surrey, s. of John, of Alkham, Kent, 1620, bv 

Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 64" ; Guil. 335. 

JOYLES, see JOLLES. 

JoYLiFF, Richard (s. and h. of John, of Estover, Dorset), formerly Capt. of one of 

the trayned bands ; 28 March 1664, by Walker. Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 37 ; 

Add. MSS. 14,293, fo. 41, and 14,294, fo. 11"; Guil. 334. 
JoYNER, John, of London, s. of Christopher, of Sussex, granted .... 1591, by 

Cooke, Clar. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 46 ; see Jeyner, Harl. MSS. 1359, 

fo. 102, and 1422, fo. 23 (Jeyner) ; Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 209. 
JuBBS, William, of Wymondham, Norfolk, and "I 3 Nov. 1664, by Sir E. Bysshe, 
„ John, of the same place, his kinsman, j Clar. Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 39" ; 

Bysshe's Grants, 32. 
Judde, Andrew, Maior of London, 3 March 1551-2, by ? Hawley. Add. MS. 

16,940, fo. 205. See Mary Mathew, his wife, 1558, by Harvey. 
Jumper, William, of London, raerch', 24 Feb. 1651-2, by Ed. Bysshe. Harl. MS. 

1105, fo. 15 ; Stowe MS. 703, fo. 70. 
Justice, .... Coventry .... by Camden. Burke's Armory. 

„ Mary, wife to John Yates, of Lyvord [Lyford], Berks, 20 Feb. 1551-2, by 

? Hawley. Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 204". 



142 GRA.NTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 



Kay, Arthur, of Woodsome, Yorks, crest, a gift, 22 Oct. 1564, by Flower. Had. 

MS. 1359, fo. 42* ; Robert in Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 72" ; Harl. MS. 6140, 

fo. 68. 
„ John, of Dalton, Yorks, gent., crest granted at Wakefield 7 Oct. 1564, bv 

Flower. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 72" ; Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 42", and 6140, 

fo. 68. 
Kbaesley, Henry, of London, gent., s. of Oliver, of Deane, co. Lane, granted 

2 Jan. 1655-6, by Sir Ed. Bysshe, Gart. Harl. MS. 2275, fo. 40, 44, copy 

of patent, Brit. Mns. ; confirmed 20 Oct. 1662, by Bysshe [Ciar.], Harl. 

MS. 1441, fo. 51" ; copy of grant, Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 18", and Guil. 187 ; 

registrar of all goods, ships, wares and merchandise that should be seized, 

etc., 6 Sept., 6 Chas. L, 1631—1648 (Harl. MS. 1441), removed by 

parliament and restored 12 Chas. II., Guil. 187 ; Bysshe's Grants, fo. 12, 

Her. Coll. ; Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 150. 
Kebell, .... crest Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 62" ; Stowe MS. 

692, fo. 61. 
Keble (Henry), Lord Mayor of London (1510) . . . . Hy. VII., with crest. Add. 

MS. 26,702, fo. 38", diff. coat on fo. 45. 
Keck, Nicholas, 4th s. of John, s. and h. of Geoffrey, of Long Marston, co. Glouc, 

descended of an ancient and worthy family ; confirmed .... by Segar. 

Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 65" ; Harl. MS. 1397, fo. 190" ; Grants I., 16". 
Keling, John, of Hackney and the Inner Temple, Esq., s. of Thomas, of 

Ncwcasrlo-iindcr-Liue, co. Staff. ; Quarterly, 80 April 1632, by Segar. 

Stdwc MS. i;77, fo. 53 ; Add. MSS. 12,225, fo. 65", and 14,262, fo. 47 ; 

Giiil. I7'.t; lu'liquary, XV., 259. 
Keeling, Sir John, Kt., Lord Chief Justice, King's Bench, by Sir E. Bysshe. 

Harl. MS. 1457, fo. 327". 
Kelk, .... by Cooke, Clar. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 51 ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 53. 
Kellett, Matthew, of Ripley, Surrey, 1 or 15 Oct. 1550, by Hawley. Add. MS. 

16,940, fo. 204 ; Guil. 164 ; Harl. MS. 1115, fo. 66". 
Kelly, William, s. of . . . . Kelly of Torriugton, Devon, .... 1589, by Cooke, 

Clar. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 35 ; Add. MS. 14,297, fo. 33. 
Kelsey, John, of Chelmsford, Essex, and liis brother Henry and all the issue of 

their father George, of Thorpe, Essex, granted 24 June 1634, by R. St. 

George, Clar. Harl. MS. 1470, fo. 12, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. ; Guil. 

344. 
Kember, of the North, .... 14 Hen. VII 1498-9, by John Writhe, Gart. 

Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 15". 
Kemble, George, of Wydell, AVilts, new crest granted 21 Nov. 1602, by Camden. 

MSS. Ashm. 858, fo. 202-3, and 840, fo. 407, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. 
Kempe, .... crest .... Barker's Grants, 1526—49, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 64 ; 

Stowe MS. 692, fo. 61. 
Kemp, Edward, of Dover, Esquire of the body to the King, 1614, by Segar. Add. 

MS. 12,225, fo. 66 ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 25". 
Kempe, William, of South Mailing, Sussex, 1 Dec. 1662, by Sir E. Bysshe, Clar. 

Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 16" ; Add. MS. 14,293, fo. 12"; Misc. Gen. et Her., 

2nd S., vol. iii., p. 372, plate ; Bysshe's Grants, fo. 2, Her. Coll. ; 6"' Dec'' 

in Guil., p. 125. 
Kempton, .... the younger .... Az., a fesse betw. three fleurs-de-lis or (Kympton), 

by R. Cooke, Clar. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 23. 
„ Edw., of London, 1587 by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 94 ; Add. 

MS. 4966, fo. 56", same crest and coat as William Kimpton, tho' only two 

fleurs-de-lis in chief. 
„ Robert, of Gray's Inn, gent., granted 15 Sept. 1579, by Cooke. (1577 in 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 143 

Stowe JIS. 67G, fo. 49) ; copy of grant, Q's Coll. Oxf. MSS. 37, fo. 66, and 

38, fo. 08, sable, a pelican betw. three fleurs-de-lis or. 
KiMPTOx, William, of Monkeu Hadley, IMiddx., Alderm. of London, 3 April 157-1, 

by Cooke. Had. MS. 1359, fo. 109"; Misc. Gen. et Her., i., 16, and 

Monken Hadley, by P. C. Cass, p. 51 ; original grant, Add. Cluuters, 

No. 6218, Brit."Mas. 
Kendall, John, of eo. Leic, exemplified 22 Aug. 1113, 21 Hen. VI., by "Clarnsow" 

King of Arms (? Leigh). MSS. Ashra. 811, fo. 16, and 858, fo. 109, copy 
of grant, Bodleian Lib., and (Stall'. Visit., 1611, C. 10, fo. 133, Her. Coll.) ; 

Guil. 112 ; in Egorton JIS. 996, fo. 86'', with seal of Clar. 
Kene, John, North Cove, Suff., gift 3 May 1562. (Harvey's Grants), Adil. JfS. 

16,910, fo. 59"; Harl. MS. 1085, fo. 15. 
Kenne, Christopher, of Kenne, Somers., Esq., crest given 8 April 1561, 3 Q. Eliz., 

by Harvey. Harl. M.S. 1359, fo. ig" ; Add. MS. 16,910, fo. 27". 
Iveneston, see Kynaston. 
Kennett, Sir Thomas, Alderm. of Coventry .... by PetliiLk, Gart. Burke's 

Armory. 
Kensey, John," Esq., J.P.. co. Hertford, and Capt. of a troop of horse in Shropshire, 

1651, by Kyley, Norr. Harl. MS. 1411, fo. 153". 
Kent, John, of Devizes, Wilts, s. of Roger, of Coppeuhall, Cheshire, 21 June 1615, 

by St. George, Norr. Harl. MSS. 1122, fo. 11, and 6110, fo. 73". 
Kenwricke, Richard, s. of Robert, of King Sutton, Northants, Esq., Quarterly 

of 6 and crest 1613, marshalled by W. Camden, Clar. Grauts IL, 584 ; 

Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 101", and Stowe MS. 677, fo. 17". 

Kenyan, Thomas, of London, 1590, by Cooke, Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 103". 

Keppes, Thomas, of Hothfield, Kent, out of co. Wore, (seal bearer to Edw", Lord 

Littleton, Keeper of the great seal, etc.). Augmentation 8 April 1616 at 

Oxford, by AValker. Add. MS. 14,293, fo. 106 ; Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 73 ; 

MS. Ashm. 858, fo. 18, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Grauts L, fo. lol ; 

Her. Coll., fo. 26 [? Walker's Grants]. 
Kercheh (Robert), D.D., of Norfolk, confirmed April 1606, by Camden. Harl. 

MS. 6095, fo. 21 ; Guil. 369 ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 32". 
Kerridge, Thomas (Capt., a distinguished diplomatist temp. Clias. I.), granted 

17 June 1629, by Sir R. St. George, Clar. Guil. 343 ; Grauts IL, 643" ; 

Le Neve's MS. 479. 
Kery, Thomas, Clerk of the Privy Seal .... by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1122, fo. 23, 

and 6110, fo. 37" and 70". 
Ketelbye, .... crest .... Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 63 ; Stowe MS. 

692, fo. 61. 
KETLINC4, Arthur, now residing in Germany, descended of an ancient family in 

Ireland, s. of John, s. of Robert, of Nicholstowne Castle, co. Tipperary ; 

patent 16 or 18 July 1612, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 66. 
Ketridge, Richard, of London, 1593, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 112 ; 

Add. MS. 4966, fo. 25 ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 73". 
Kettill, William, and his son John, and to the posterity of either of them, by 

Cooke, Clar., 10 June 1573. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 8o ; Add. MS. 1966, 

fo. 53. 
Kevall, George, of London, gent., 15 July 1577, by Cooke, Clar. Proc. Soc. 

Antiq., 1897, p. 352. 
Kevett, Thomas, of Coventry, Alderm., granted .... 1558, by Sir G. Dethick, 

Gart. Harl. MSS. 5823 and 5817 ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 19" ; Guil. 

181; (? confirmed by Cooke 1583, Harl. MS. 1470, or 1573-4, Q's Coll. 

Oxf. MS. 145) ; called Knevet, Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 73" ; Harl. MS. 1170, 

fo. 6, 181 and 185". 
Key, Anne, wife to Alderm. Allot (Lord Mayor of London 1590) : sa., a chevron 

ar., a flower de lice in chief ar., by W. Dethick, Gart. Add. MS. 26,753, 

fo. 122" ; (Stowe MS. 590, fo. 8, for AUott pedigree) dau. of Edmund, wife 



144 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

pt of Henry Malislie of London ; Harl. MSS. 1453, fo. Z5\ and 3526, 

fo. li*. See Allett. 
Kbyle, .... crest Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 584G, fo. 62'^ ; Stowe MS. 

692, fo. 61. 
Ketlle, Thomas, of London, coat and crest. Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, 

fo. 61" ; Stowe M.S. 692, fo. CI. 
Keinsham [Keynsham], George, Tempsford, Bedf., confirmed 14 Nov. 1570, by 

Sir G. Dethicke, Cooke and Flower. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 76" ; Q's Coll. 

Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 26. 
Keys, Roger, and "1 letters patent 19 May 1449, 27 H. VL Excerpta 

„ Thomas, and his desc'^ J Historica, 49 ; Her. and Geneal, i., 137. See 
Eton College. 

Keyt, Roger, of Dorset, 1586, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 112". 

„ William, of Dorset, Qnarterly .... 1586, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, 

fo. 103, and 1422, fo. 116 ; Roger in Stowe MS. 670. 
„ William, of Chesselborne, Dorset 1588, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, 

fo. 108'', and 1422, fo. 94 ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 87. 
Kidermister, Edmund, of Langley Marisli, Bucks, one of the six clerks in the 

Court of Chancerv, s.'of .John, of Langley, confirmed 17 Nov. 1594 (or 

1593), by W. Dethick, Gart. Stowe MS. 676, fo. 112 ; copy of grant, Q's 

Coll. Oxf. MS. 36, fo. 46. 
KiDERMASTER, Thomas, of Colshall, co. Warwick, and of Lincoln's Inn, by Segar. 

Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 66'' ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 78". 
KydwEllye, .... crest .... Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 63" ; Stowe 

MS. 692, fo. 61. 
KiLBY, Humphrey, esq., major to the Orange reg' of trayned bands (or serg'-niajor 

to reg' of foot, London), 13 November 1660, by Walker. Harl. MS. 1441, 

fo. 130" ; Her. Coll. 35 ; a glasseman on Ludgate Hill, Harl. MS. 6179, 

fo. 38". 
KiLLiNGWORTH, John, of Balsham, co. Camb., after of Bradley, Suflf., gent., s. of 

Richard, of same counties, gent., etc., arms confirmed and crest granted by 

Sir G. Dethick. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 36, fo. 66, for copy of grant, confirmed 

by W. Dethick, Gart., 25 Nov. 1586 ; Stowe MS. 676, fo. 122 ; (Harl. MS. 

6179, fo. 55", of Northumberland, by St. George). 
KiMPTON, see Kempton. 
Kinder, William, of Notts, 10 Feb. 1614-15, by R. St. George, Norr. Add. MS. 

14,295, fo. 55". 
KiNGE, .... of London, sa., on a chevron betw. three cross crosslefcs or as 

many escallops of the field ; Crest, a hand [cubit arm erect] grasping 

a [broken] spear, by Camden. Harl. MSS. 6095, fo. 7, and 1422, 

fo. 36". 
King, .... London, 1590 : sa., a chev. erm. charged with three escallops gu. ; 

crest, a talbot's head erased sa., eared and collared or (Berry). 
„ Alexander, of London, 1592, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 103, and 

1422, fo. 36". 
„ Edward, of Bromley, Kent, 20 Feb. 1660-61, by Sir E. Walker, Gart. Her. 

Coll. 37. ? Ancestor of Duckworth King, Bart. 
„ (Peter) of London, goldsmith .... by Cooke. Add. MS. 4966, fo. 100" ; 

Stowe MS. 670 ; Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 118", and 1422, fo. 36". 
Kynge, Richard, of Staynefield, Sufi'., .... 1589, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, 

fo. 94". 
King, Richard, of Sherborne, Dorset, J. P., and of the Liner Temple, Counsellor- 

at-law, granted [6th or] 10 April 1641, by Borough, Gart. (1 April in 

Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 57); Guil. 245 ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 146, fo. 471 ; 

Misc. Grants IV., 24. 
Richard, Exeter, 14 Jan. 1691-2, by T. St. George, Gart. and Clar. Harl. 

MS. 6834, fo. 178; Grants IV., fo. 110 ; .Harl. MS. 1085, fo. 56. 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF TUE XVII. CENTURY. 145 

Kyno, Robert, of Much Baddow, Essex [2nd s. of John], gift 15| [28 July 1562], 

(Harvev's Grants), Add. MS. 16,9iO, fo. 60. 
King, Robert, of Somersetsliire, and at tliis tyme one of the Gent. Ushers to the 
Kinjr and Queen's most excellent Majesties, granted 15 April, 2 and 3 Phil, 
and Maiy. 1556. bv Sir G. Detliick. Copy of grant, Q"s Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, 
fo. 64 ; Harl. MS. "l 359, fo. 67 ; Grants I., 238. 

„ Thomas, of Stanyford, Sutf., by Cooke. Stowe JIS. 670, fo. 43. 

„ Thomas, Alderman of Coventry, co. Warwick, 26 Dec. 1683, by Sir Wm. 
Dugdale, Gart. and Clar. Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 178 ; Grants III., fo. 229. 

KiNGDOME, Capt , London, by W. Dugdale, Norr. Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 39. 

KiNGFORD, Robert, of Youlkstone, par. of Morwinstow, Cornwall, 23 Oct. 1691, by 
T. St. George, Gart. and Clar. Grants IV., 94 ; Stowe MSS. 714, fo. 71", 
128\ 161 (23''» Oct.), and 716, fo. 51''; Harl. MSS. 6179, fo. 74, and 
1085, fo. 56. 
King's College, Cambridge, Letters Patent of Hen. VL, 1 Jan. 1450-1, Record 
Otlicc. 1448-9 in Cat. Her. Exhib. Soc. of Antiq., p. 60 ; copy of grant, 
Exr-rpta llisiorica, 362 ; Her. and Geneal., i., 119. 
Kingston or Ivyngeston, John de, prior to combat with a French knight, letters 
patent at Westra. 1 July (Ang.), 13 R. II., 1389. Stowe MSS. 840, fo. 55", 
and 679, fo. 116 ; Harl. MS. 1507, fo. 426 ; N. and Q., 1st S., iii., 88, and 
pat. rolls, 13 R. II., pars, i., m. 37 ; Prynne's 4th Institute, p. 68 ; see 
Stowe MS. 697, fo. 116, for trick ; Le Neve's MS. 426. 
KiPPES, Thomas, see Keppes. 

Kypping, Robert, of Kent, 16 Jan. 1545-6, by Hawley. Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 201. 
Kyrbye, .... arg., two bars gu., on a canton of the last a lion's head erased or ; 
crest, out of a ducal coronet per pale or and argent an elephant's head 
gules, ears arg., tusks or, .... ? 1586, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, 
K). Ill, and 1422, fo. 92" ; crest, Add. MS. 4966, fo. 60". 
Kirby, .... Crosby, co. Lane, Quarterly .... by R. St. George. Stowe MS. 716, 
fo. 55. 1 and 4, arg., two bars gu., on a canton of the last a cross moline 
or ; 2 and 3, arg., on a bend sa. three lozenges arg. charged with a cross 
[saltire] sa. Crest, a lion statant arg., collared and holding in its dexter 
forepaw a cross crosslet or. 
Kyrkeby, Jone, wife to Sir William Laxton, Mayor of London. 20 July 1556, by 
Hawley. Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 208 ; Harl. MS. 1116, fo. 46, copy of 
grant. 
KiRKE, see Michael Lowe. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 52, probably a quartering. 

„ Capt. David, s. of Jerviee, of London, merchant, late of Dieppe in France, 
s. of Thurston, of Greenhill, par. Norton, co. Derby, etc., after Knt. and 
Gov of Newfoundland ; 1 Dec. 1631, by R. St. George, Clar. Stowe MS. 
677, fo. 62 : and his brothers both by sea and land, augmentation ; no date 
(? same). For the capture of De Raymond, the French Admiral, in Harl. 
MS. 1196, fo. 48. 
„ George, Master of the Robes and one of H.M.'s bedchamber, 20 June, 
33 Jac. [VI. of Scotlaud], 1600, by J. Balfour, Lyon K. of A. Grants XL, 
670, and I., 9, 115 ; Stowe MS. 677, fo. 59. 
„ Lewis, capt. and governor of a fort in Canada captured 1 

from the French, 
„ Thomas, capt. and Vice Admiral of the family fleet (or 1 bros. of Capt. 
merchantmen), (David aforesaid. 

" James ^'"^ ) ^'^"'^ lubbers, " both by sea and land," J 

KiRTON, Edward, of Almesford, Somerset, certified by R. Cooke. Visit. Middx., 

1568 ; Grants II., 523. 
Kyrton, Stephen, Alderm. of London ; 1573, by Cooke or G. Detliick. Quarterly 

of 4. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 113. 
Kyrwin, William, of London, freemason, s. of John, of Yorkshire, descended from 



146 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

Curwen ; confirmed 1 Jan. 1.586-7, by W. Detliick, Gart. Stowe MS. 076, 
fo. 69" ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 37, fo. 99, copy of grant. 
Kitchen, John, of Pelyn, co. Lane, coat and crest. ? This a 2nd grant or [there 
was] a subsequent grant to tliis. Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, 
fo. 64" ; Stowe MS. 092, fo. 01" bis. 
Kytchyn, John, of Islington, Middx., from Belper, co. Derby, granted 12 Feb. 
1578-9, by Flower. MS. Ashm. 34, fo. 13, copy of grant, Bodleiau Lib. ; 
Giiil. 234 ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 88" ; Reliquary xxii., 244. 
„ John, of Gray's Inn, impaling Gaywood or Mavfield ?, by Cooke. Htowo MS. 
670, fo. 20. 
Kitchen, Robert, s. of Richard, of co. Lane, grant (? 45 Q. Eliz.) by AV. Dethick, 
Gart. Stowe MS. 676, fo. 141 ; copy of grant, Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 30, 
fo. 103. 
KiTCHiNMAN, .... (Helmslev, Yorkshire), patent .... April 1616, bv Camden. 
Harl. MSS. 0095, fo. 33", and 1422, fo. 40" : argt., on a pile sable betw. 
two cross crosslets fitcliee gu. three lozenges of the field. 
Kttson, . . . . crest .... Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5840, fo. 03"; Siowe MS. 
692, fo. 01. 
„ Thomas, of Hengrave, Siiff.. grant 14 April 1527, by Wriothesley and Benolte. 
Visit, of Suffolk [1501]^ by J. J. Howard, ii., 97, 99 ; Add. MS. 20,702, 
fo. 53" ; Harl. MSS. 1395, fo. 54, and 1441, fo. 72" ; Guil. 241. 
„ Thomas, of Hengrave, Snff., alteration of arms and crest 13 Feb. 1508-9, by 
Sir G. Dethick, Gart., Cooke and Flo^ver. Coi^y of grant, Q's Coll. Oxf. 
MSS. 39, fo. 148 (MS. 145, fo. 18") ; Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 54. and 1441, 
fo. 72". 
Knaplock, Robert, of Winchester, Hants, confirmed .... 1001, 1)V Camden, Clar. 

Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 143. 
Knapp, Henry, of Hintlesham, Suff., .... 1570, 18 Q. Eliz., by Cooke. Ilarl. 
MSS. 1359, fo. 123, and 1085, fo. 15". 
„ Henry, of Woodcot, Oxon., confirmed or granted 2 Sept. 1009, bv Sir Ed. 
Bysshe, Clar. Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 40; Gail. 340; Bysshe's Grants, 
4, 33. 
Knatchbull, Richard, Mersham, Kent,, .... 1574, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, 
fo. 107, and 1422, fo. 93" ; Add. MS. 4960, fo. 30. 

Knesworth, Lord Mavor (Thomas, 1505) ; 12 Hen. VIL, 1490-7 [Sheriff 

1495-0] ; E. IV. [?], Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 37. 
Knight, .... crest .... Barker's Grants, HaiL MS. 5840, fo. 02 ; Stowe MS. 
692, fo. 61. 
„ Arthur, and "I . ... of London, sons of John, out of Kent, bv Segar. Add. 
„ Stephen, / MS. 12,225, fo. 66"; C. 24 [Visit. Lond., i 034j, fo. 508", 
Her. Coll.; Guil. 371. 
• „ Bezaliel, of Banbury, Oxf., .... by J. Borough, Gart. Add. MS. 26,702, 
fo. 89" ; Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 55". 
„ Francis, of Mitcham, Surrey, Sir John, of Bristol, and Fitzherbert and Isaack, 
10 Feb. 1008-9. Bysshe's Grants, Her. Coll. Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 20" 
and 21* : argt., three pales gu., on a (fo. 21) canton of the 2"'' a spur and 
leather or; crest, out of a mural coronet ars. an eagle volant or. 
„ George, Mayor of Bristol. 18 Oct. 1052, by Bysshe, Gart. Harl. MS. 0832, 

fo. 413" ; Add. MS. 20,758, fo. 16. 
„ Henry, ats Brothers, of Clerkenwcll, citizen of London and free of the 
company of Brewers (s. of R,ichard Knight alias Brothers of Lowton, Bedf.). 
25 July 1064, by Walker. Add. MSS." 14,293, fo. 38, and 14,294, fo. 10 ; 
Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 53 ; (Guil. 320) copy of grant. 
„ Humphrey, of the cittie of London, coat and crest. Barkei-'s Grants .... 

Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 64 ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 61". 
„ John, of Charwelton, Northants, gent., s. of Thomas, etc. ; collateially 
descended from Kuight of Salop; aims confirmed with diff. and crest given 



GKANTEES OP ARMS TO TUE END OP THE XVII. CENTUllY. 147 

8 May 1613, 11 K. Jac, by Camden. Copy of grant, Q's Coll. 0.\f. MS. 

;58, fo. 125 ; Harl. MSS. ()U9o, fo. 27, and 1:^59, fo. 19^ 
Knioht, John, Surgeon-Chirurgeon, 1 June 16G1, bv Sir E. Walker, Gart. Her. 

Coll., 40. 
„ Michael, of Westerham, Kent, s. of Christopher, of Cudhara, Kent, and Mary 

his wife, dau. and sole ii. of Joiin Piatt of Wigan, co. Lane. ; Knight and 

Piatt quarterly, 20 Feb. 1602, by Sir Ed. Bysshe, Clar. Bysshe's Grants, 

fo. 5, Her. Coll. ; 18th Feb. in Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 17" ; Add. MS. 14,293, 

fo. 4" ; Gnil. 394. 
„ Nathan, of Ruscombe, Berks, a barrister of Lincoln's Inn ; 30 Nov. 1070. 

Bysshe's Grants, fo. 26, Her. Coll. ; Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 21". 
„ Richard, of S' Dennes in Hants, quarterly arms confirmed and crest given 

1583, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 120, 1394, fo. 120, and 1422, 

fo. 117" ; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 83. 
„ Richard, of Cowdeu, Kent, 124 Aug. 1671, by Sir E. Bysshe, Clar. 

„ Richard, of the same, his uncle, J Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 22 ; Bysshe's Grants, 

28. 
„ Robert, of Bromley, Kent, gent., grant 14 July 1548, by T. Hawley. Copy 

of grant, Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 48 ; Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 203 ; Stowe 

MS. 677, fo. 6 ; (Grants n.,485). 
„ Thomas, of Hoo, co. Southants (a clerk of the signet to H. VIH. and under 

treasurer of his mint, Guil. 318), coat and crest, granted 8 April 1546, by 

Barker. Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 64"; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 61"; Harl. MS. 

1470, lb. 90, 183, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. ; Grants L, fo. 5. 
„ William (Fellow of New Coll., Oxf.), letters patent, 20 July 1514, by gift 

from Maximilian the Emperor ; Prothonotary of the apostolical seat and 

Ambass'' from H. VIII. to Emperor Maximilian ; Bishop of Batli and 

Wells 1541—47; d. 29 Sept. 1547. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 24, 

and Harl. MS. 1507, fo. 417, for copy of letters patent ; Berry's Appdx. ; 

Le Neve's MS. 417. 
„ William, of Southampton, Hants, Collector of the subsidies ; 4 Feb. 1549-50, 

by Hawley. Add. MS. 16,940, lb. 203" ; Harl. MS. 1544, fo. 190". 
„ W' illiam, of Abthorpe, Nortliants, brother of Thomas, of Hoo, named above, 

coat confirmed and crest granted 24 March 1565, by Hervoy. Harl. 

MS. 1470, fo. 89, 183, copy of grant, Brit. Mus.; Guil. 319 ; Grants I., 

fo. 6. 
Knkjhtbridge, Anthony, of Chelmsford, Essex, and to 

Harl. MSS. llUo, fo. 17, and 1470, 
Mus. ; Hysshf's Grants, fo. 3, Her. 

Knightley, ^\■illiam, of Kingston-upon-Thames (1623), bv Camden. Morgan's 

Spheru, 118. 
KxiPK. Christopher, of London, s. of James, of Wharton, co. Lane, gent., arms 

coulinned and crest granted 10 Nov. 1616, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, 

fo. 67 ; Guil. 193 ; Grants 1., 411, J 15 ; Harl. MSS. 5887, fo. 115, and 

6140, fo. 77. 
Kkolleu, Robert, of Heme, Kent 1626, by Segar : arg., on a bend cotticed 

sa. a lyon passant guardant erm., crowned or. Add. JIS. 12,225, fo. 69. 
Knowler, Robert, of Stroode, par. of Heme, Kent, gram 10 April 1626, by Segar: 

arg., on a bend betw. two cottices sa. a lyon passant guardant of the field, 

crowned or. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 69" ; Stowe MS. 618, fo. 231". 
Knot, Anthony, rector of Whitchurch, and to his brethren, sons of Anthony; 

granted 15 April 1632, by Sir R. St. George, Norr. Harl. MS. 1470, 

fo. 212, copy of grant, Brit. Mus.; Guil. 307 ; Harl. MS. 6179, to. 26. 
KxowLES, Richard, of Cold Ashbv, Northants, s. of Roger, 8 Nov. 1580, bv Sir G. 

Dethick, Gart. Harl. M.S. 1441, fo. 100" ; Qs Coll. Oxf. MS. 145," fo. 50 ; 

Harl. MS. 1U85, fo. 10". 



„ Richard, 1 his brothers, May 1663. 
„ John, > fo. 129, copy of grant, Br 
„ George, J Coll.; Guil.' 120. 



148 GRANTEES OP ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

Knolles, Sir Robert, coat .... Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. ei*" ; Stowe 

MS. 692, fo. 60 bk. 
Knowsley, Robert, of North Burton als Fleming, Yorks (mar. Anne, dau. and 

coh. of the parson of Rndston) ; 13 Sept. 1612, bv R. St. George, Norr. 

Stowe MS. 706, fo. 15 ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 72". 
Ktnaston, Bryan, of Thornington, Essex, .... by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, 

fo. 117^ Add. MS. 4966, fo. 29. 
„ John (Kenestone), of the Woodhouse, co. Salop, s. of Thomas, s. of Jasper, 

s. of Jenkins, 2nd s. of Philip Kvuaston in the Stockes, Salop, esq. ; 

19 (or 29) April 1569, by Sir 6. Detiiick, Gart., Cooke and Flower. Harl. 

MS. 1441, fo. 72" ; copy of grant, Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 153 (and MS. 

145, fo. 18) ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 56. 
Ktnne, Robert, Send, co. Glouc., .... by Cooke. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 63. 
Kyrle, Anthony, of the Middle Temple, crest 10 Jan. 1584-5, by Cooke. Q's 

Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 108, copy of grant ; Grants I., fo. 14 ; Harl. MS. 

5887, fo. 4" ; Stowe MS. 670, fo. 8"; Add. MS. 14,297, fo. 8" ; quarterly 

in Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 44". 



Lacy, John, of London, mercer in Cheapside, bd. [bnr.] 14 Sept. I6116 ; .... by 
Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 118; Add. MS. 4906, fu. 96; Harl. MS. 
5887, fo. 37", and wife. 

Thomas, If Spii„jan Hall, Suff., gent. ? 1575, by Sir G. Dethick. 

^.'\"' f Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 84 ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 39. 

William, als Hedges, of city of London, mercht., \ and to the desc'^ of his 
Charles, D.C.L., J great-grandfather John 

Lacy. E. Marshal's 

Warrant 25 Nov. 1687, by H. St. George, Norr. Stowe MS. 714, fo. 94", 

103 ; Grants IIL, 336 ; Lansd. MS. 867, fo. 52. 
Lade, Robert, of Gray's Lin, Esq., s. and h. of Vincent, of Barehara, Kent, etc., 

" approbat." of ye aforesaid arms quartering Mumbray .... by Segar. 

Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 67 ; Harl. MSS. 6140, fo. 79", and 1441, fo. 154". 
Lake, Edward, Chancellor dioc. of Lincoln, 30 Dec, 19 Chas. [1643] ; Aug- 
mentation by Chas. I. for sei'vices at Edge Hill. See Baronetages. Berry ; 

Harl. MS. 6832, fo. 247 ; 12 June 1661 in Le Neve's MS. 508. 
,, .John, of Norraautou, Yorks, gent., arras confirmed and crest a gift at 

Wakefield (7 Oct. Harl. MS. 1394, fo. 37") 1564, 6 Q. Eliz., by Flower. 

Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 42", and 1422, fo. Ill" ; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 73. 
Lakington, Edward, of Washbourue, Devon, confirmation of arms and grant of 

crest; quarterly of 8 and 5 others named .... by Segar. Add. MS. 

12,225, fo. 67". 
Lambaed, John, of Ledbury, co. Heref., gent., and at this time shryve to the 

King's ;^L^jestie of the city of London, grant 15 July 1551, by Hawley. 

Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 201", as Lambert ; Her. and Geneal. i., 80 ; 1552 in 

Arch. Cant., vol. v., 247. 
Laube, Tiiomas, of Trimley in Thurlestone, Suflf., confirmed arms and crest 3 July 

1559, 2 Q. EHz., by Harvey. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 22" ; Add. MSS. 14,295, 

fo. 47", and 16,940, fo. 36. 
Lambert, Richard, of London, gift 1564. (Harvey's Grants), Add. MS. 16,940, 

fo. 46" ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 10. 
Lamley, Francis, of Clipston, Northants, gules, on a fess argent three mullets 

sable between three fowles argent ; a pedigree of the family extracted by 

the Lidustry of Robert Cooke, Clarencenx, and Edmond Knight, Norrey, 

both Kings uf Amies, etc. Bannerman's MS., No. 9, fo. 511. 



CO. Sr;ifr., 11 June 


1687, by Sir T. 


.\n,T. Hurl. MS. 


6834, fo. 178 ; 


MS. si;7. fo. 52. 




i. MS. 5846, fo. 70 ; 


Stowe MS. 692, 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CKNTURY. 149 

Landor (ais Laundek ?), Walter, Ruirelcv. 

St. George, Gart., and J. I)i'il;J:i1. 

Grants III., fo. 320 ; Berry ; L;iii-il 
Laxk crest .... Barker's Grams, Ih 

fo. 64". 
, , or, a chev. erminois ? betw. three mullets pierced az. ; patent .... by 

Seiiar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 67". 
„ Sir Geor<re, Knt., a clerk of the P.C. (s. of Sir Richard, of Tulske, co. 

Jloscdinmon, Bart.), 18 years Sec. to James, Duke of Ormoud, etc.; 

augnuutation 9 April 1661, by Walker. Add. MSS. 14,293, fo. 26, 

14,294, fo. 2 ; Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 49, copy of graut ; Genealogist i., 376. 
„ Sir Richard, Knt., Keeper of the Great Seal Chas. II., Roy. Warrant 

at Castle of Elizabeth, Isle of Jersey, 8 Feb. 1649-50. Harl. MS. 1470, 

fo. 73, 79 ; MS. Ashin. 858, fo. 55—57, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; 

Augmentation and alteration at Jersey 17 Dec. 1649, by Sir E. Walker, 

Gart., Her. Coll., 1. 
„ Sir Richard, of Tulske, co. Roscommon, Knt. and Bart., s. of George, and 

2nd s. of Henry, of Cowarth, Berks, by Anne Norris, his wife, cousin 

german unto Sir John Xon-is ; crest 6 April 1661, by Walker. Harl. MS. 

1052, fo. 210, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. 
„ (Tliomas), Bentley, Staif., s. of John, crest and augmentation : a canton of 

the arms of England for services by Col. John Lane after the buttle of 

Worcester ; 5 Feb. 1678, bv Sir W" Dugdale, Gart., and S' George, Norr. 

Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 178 ; Grants III., fo. 150" ; Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 98 ; 

Gent. Mag., i., 279 ; Boscobel Tracts, ed. by J. Hughes, 2nd ed., 293-4. 
„ William, of Lewes, Sussex, 16 Dec. 1668, by Bysshe, Clar. Add. MSS. 

26,758, fo. 16", and 14,295, fo. 81'' ; Harl. MSS. 6179, fo. 25", and 6832, 

fo. 413". 
Langdale, Marmaduke, Baron of. Holme, Yorks ; supporters 9 Oct. 1 660, by . 

Walker. Stowe MS. 677, fo. 67. 
Langfokd, John, of Salford (? Shelford), Bedf., March 1607, by Camden. Query 

Langford quartering Rogeres. Harl. MSS. 6095, fo. 8", and 1422, fo. 108 ; 

GuiL 104. 
„ John, of Gray's Inn, patent, quarterly of 4 .... by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, 

fo. 68 ; C. 24 [Visit. Loud., 1634], fo. 408, Her. Coll. ; Guil. 206, he of 

Aliiigton ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 75". 
Langhokn, William, of Barnard's Inn, s. of William, of Bedford, gent., 20 Jan. 

1610-11, 8 K. E. ?, [8 Jas. I.] by Camden. Harl. MSS. 6095, fo. 15, 

and 1422, fo. 35" ; Guil. 316 ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 40". 
Langland, see Loxrlaxd. 
Langlet, John, citizen and fishmonger of London (out of Lane), confirmed 

4 June 1632, by Sir Rich" S' George, Clar. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 36, fo. 128, 

copy of grant ; Harl. MS. 1470, fo. 33 and 247, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. ; 

Guil. 385. 
„ Richard (town clerk of London, Harl. MS. 6095, fo. 23, same arms), of 

Lincoln's Inn, gent., s. of Roger, of Shrewsbury, Salop, gent., youngest s. 

of Roger, of Madeley, Salop ; arms confirmed and crest given 20 Jan., 

40 Eliz., 1597-8, by Camden. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 120; Harl. MSS. 

1359, fo. 38, and 1422, fo. 37" ; Guil. 357. 
„ Thomas, North Grimston, Yorks, gent., 10 Sept. 1666, by W. Dugdale, Norr. 

Her. Coll. 
Langstox, Robert, prothonotary of the common pleas (prothonotaries Apostolicalis 

Metropolitane), doctor of both laws (? D. Can. L. and D.C.L.), coat. 

Barker's Grants, Harl. MSS. 5846, fo. 69, and 1422, fo. 68 ; Stowe MS. 

692, fo. 64. 
Langton, James, of Kingston, Surrey, gent., 4th in descent from Christopher, said 

to be brother of the Baron of Walton, a little from Preston in Andrez 



150 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OP THE XVII. CENTURY. 

(Amouuderness), co. l^aiic, etc. ; confirmed 29 Aug. 1592, by W. Dethick, 

Gait., on the testimony of several Cumbrians. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 37, 

fo. 122, copy of confirmation. 
Langton, John, of Laugton, co. Line, crest confirmed .... 1562. (Harvey's 

Grants), Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 24". 
„ John, of Stantonraore, Middx., 7 Dec. ir)77, by Sir G. Dethick, Gart. Harl. 

MS. 1441, fo. 88 ; Q's Coll. O.xf. MS. 145, fo. 45 ; Grants I., 19. 
,, William, of Bronghton, co. Lane, Esq., confirmed 25 Jan. 1657-8, by Ryley. 

Harl. MS.S. 1105, fo. 11, and 1470, fo. 139 ; "Made void," Guil. 384 and 

Berry. 
Lant, Thomas, Portcullis Pursuivant, s. of Thomas, s. of Henry, of Staffs, 16 March 

158|-, by Cooke. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 24 ; Le Neve's MS. 477. 
Lanworth (Langwokth), Edward, of Bucksted, Sussex: arg., three dragons' heads 

couped sa., langued gu. ; crest, a dragon's head rased erm., collared and 

langued gu., by Sir G. Dethick, Gart. Add. MS. 26,753, fo. 122''. 
Lant, John, Cratfold, Suflf., confirmed 12 July 1561, bv Harvey. Add. MS. 

16,940, fo. 13" ; Proc. Soc. Antiq., 1897, p. 350. 
Larder, Thomas, of Somerset, 12 Feb. 1467-8, 7 Ed. IV., by Thos. [Holme], 

Clar. (Glar. at this time was W. Hawkeslow.) Add. MS. 6297, fo. 143 ; 

7 Ed. IIL, MS. Ashm. 857, fo. 524-5 ; 7 Ed. IV., copy of grant, Bodleian 

Lib. ; Harl. MS. 69, fo. 56, 7 Ed. IV. [The correct date is probably the 

17th of Edw. IV., 1477-8, see Misc. Gen. et Her., 4th S., v., 268.] 
Larkyn, Thomas, of the city of Westminster, Middx., esq., unsigned grant and 

confirmation 28 Nov. 1611, by Camden. Harl. MS. 1410, fo. 44 : checquy 

argt. and gu., on a cross az. five keys paleways or ; crest, a lark az., beaked 

and legged or, standing on a key of the last. 
Larking, Thomas (or Larkham), by" Cooke. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 74 ; D'' of 

physic. Add. MS. 4966, fo. 67"". 
Lascells, George, of Estkyrk, co. Yorks, crest 1537. Barkers Grants, Harl. MS. 

5846, fo. 71 ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 64" ; MS. Ashm. 858, fo. 23", tran,scribed 

from an 8™ MS. of Sir Hy. St. George now in the Custody of Sylvanus 

Morgan, 25 Feb. 1661-2, fo. 211. 

Lascoe, William, of Halam, Notts, ~\ sons of William, of Haleham. 

„ Henry, 1 citizen and grocer of I>ondon, I dec"; 20 Feb. 1663-4, by Sir 

„ Francis,/ } Ed. Bysshe, Clar., and W™ 

„ George, citizen and mercer of London, J Dugdale, Norr. Stowe MS. 

716, fo. 52'' ; Harl. MS. 

1105, fo. 18 ; Bysshe's Grants, fo. 9, Her. Coll. 
Lassetta, Stanislaus, d' Lopinic "e familia Ravitarum," addition and augmentation 

by letters patent temp. II. VIII. .MS. Ashm. 858, fo. 1-2, copy of letters, 

Bodleian Lib. 
Latch (Jolin in Stowe MS. 677, fo, 8") : Arg., on a fesse undee az. betw. three 

escocheons gu. as many lozenges or; " testified " .... by Segar. Add. MS. 

12,225, fo. 68 ; "procured by me, R. Mundy," see Stowe MS. ; Add. MS. 

12,474, fo. 104". 
Latimer (Thomas Osborne), Visct., supporters 23 Mav 1674, by Walker. Harl. 

MS. 6834, fo. 178 ; Grants III., fo. 4(». 
Launce, John, of Halesworth, Snff., s. of John ; 8 Nov. 1580, bv Sir G. Dethick, 

Gart. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. loo''; Misc. Gen. et Her.,''N. S., iv., 209; 

Grants I., 123. 
Launceston ais Dunheved, Borough of, Cornwall, 24 July 1573, by Cooke, Clar. 

Misc. Gen. et Her., 2nd S., vol. iii., p. 120, facsimile; copy of grant, Brit. 

Mus. ; Cat. Her. Exhib. Soc. of Antiq., p. 67. 
Launder, John, Newhall, co. Lane, 10 June 1687, by Sir T. St. George and John 

Dugdale, Norr. : Sa., three mullets of six points in bend argt. betw. two 

cottises indented or, for Launder of Stafford. Harl. MSS. 1085, fo. 58, 

and 6834, fo. 178 ; Grants III., fo. 317 ; Berry; Lansd. MS. 867, fo. 52. 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 151 

TiAVKNiiKH, Niuh^ of Loiuloii, s. of Elyas, s. of William, of Stamlcii, Hurts; coat 
coi'ifiinied and crost ■iruntcd 7 May 1G28, by .Sc^nir. Add. MS. 12,225, 
fo. 68'' ; Gnil. 397 calls him Nicholas ; (see narl. MS. 1531, fo. 152). 

Law or Lwvk. ... of the North .... as entered in the books of the office of arras 
hv Srtrar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 09. 

Lawkiu-.iJ,. Willinm. alias Wojihweli,, out of Lane, 9 July 15C5, by Flower, who 
assigned the crest of Wombwell to the above conirary to the laws of arms. 
lhu-1. MS. 1052, fo. 45'' and 51 ; copy of grant, Ifarl. MS. 1751, fo. 55". 

Lauuexok, , Sheriff, Rugby 1559, by Harvey, ihul. MS. r.l lu, lb. 3(5'' ; 

Berry. 

Lawhkxce (M'), Quarterly : 1 and 4, sa., three [ligeons volaut or ; 2 and 3, gu., 
a chev. arg. betw. three griffins' heads erased or. Crest, two hands ppr. 
Iving flat on the wreath holding a garland of bayes vert. Add. MS. 
20,7^53, fo. 123. 

Laukexce. [A trick only, with " .Maiure larances " over, and " brown " bi-low the 
shield.] Arg., a cross ragnly [? embattled] gn., on a chief of the last 
a lion passant guardant silver." Crest, a stag's head erased sa. [? ar. guttee 
sa.] goi-sred with a coronet arg., attired or. Stowe JIS. 703, fo. 71. 
[Compare the arms and crest granted to William Laurence of St. Ives, 
30 October 15fi2.] 

Lawrence, .... Quarterly : 1 and 4, arg., a cross raguly gu. ; 2 and 3, arg., two 
bars, and in chief three mnllets gn. [Washington], [over all on the fesse 
point] a crescent sable for difference. Crest, a demi-turbot erect arg., 
the tail upwards, a crescent also for ditfereuce ; a vellum escocheon with 
his (Cooke's) name to it. [Miscel. Grants, iv., 129] ; Stowe MS. 670, 
fo. 62 ; Add. MSS. 14,297, fo. 62, and 4966, fo. 90". 

Laurence, John, Alderm. of Loudon, and to his brothers 

„ Abraham, and 1 sons of Abraham, granted 19 Nov. 1G52, by E. Bysshe, Gart., 

„ Richard, / confirmed 18 Sept. 1064 : arg., a cross raguly gu., a canton 

ei-mines ; crest, two trunks of a tree ragnly in saltire 

environed with a chaplet vert. Ilarl. MS. 1105, fo. 15 ; Stowe MS. 703, 

fo. 70 and 71 ; Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 149''; Bysshe's Grants, fo. 10, Her. 

Coll. ; Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 31. 

Lawrence, Richard, of Po.xcote, co. Glonc, s. [and h.] of Richard, of the same, 
granted 1597, 41 Eliz., by W. Dethick, Gart. Stowe MS. 676, fo. 128" ; 
Q's Coll. 0.\f. MS. 36, fo. 77, copy of grant ; Misc. Gen. et Her., i., 204, 
" Argent, a cross ragule, in the first canton a Lyon passant Gu., And for his 
Creast .... The hed of A Foxe proper having one bezant vppon his nccke." 

Laurence, Thomas, of London, gouldsmyth, by W"" Dethick, Gart,., for which he 
had five pounds, 1594. Harl. MS. 1453, fo. 32, entered by the then York 
Herald, Ralph Brooke ; Guil. 261, arg., a cross ragnly, on a chief az. three 
leopards' heads or. 

Lawrence, William, S» Ives, Hunts, Esq., crest 30 Oct. 1562, by Hervey. Add. 
MSS. 14,295. fo. 101", and 16,940, fo. 53". 

Lawse, Thomas, of Kent, D"- of the Civil Law .... 1584, by Cooke. Add. MS. 
4966, fo. 59 ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 87" ; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 36 ; Guil. 
87 ; Harl. MS. 1085, fo. 38. 

Lawson, George, with crest .... Hen. VIII. Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 47. 

„ George, of Barfield, Essex, gent., coat and crest. Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 

5846, fo. 69 ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 64. 
„ Ralph, of Burgh, Yorks, crest 2 Jan. 1592-3, bv Knight, Norr. Surtees Soc, 

XLI., xliii. ; Misc. Gen. et Her., N. S., iii., 29, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. 
„ Thomas, of Little Usworth, in the Bishopric of Durham, and to Robert 
Lawson of Rocke, Northumberland, and to William, John, George and 
Rowland, all six being the sonues of William Lawson of the same place, 
gent., 28 Feb. 1558-9, by Dalton. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 45" ; MS. Ashm. 
834, fo. 13. copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Guil. 392. 



152 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OP THE XVII. CENTURY. 

Lawton, William, of Church Lawton, Cheshiie, crest, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1442, 

fo. IG". 
Laycock, George, Southwell, Notts, coat confirmed and crest granted 20 Nov. 1613, 

by R. St. George, Norr. Harl. MS. 1470, fo. 22, 258, copy of grant, Brit. 

Mus. ; Lacock in Guil. 346. 
Layfield, D.D. (Edward), Archdeacon of Esee.x and rector of All Hallows, 

Barkiiijr, .... 1639, by Borough. Harl. MSS. 1105, fo. 55\ and 1441, 

fo. 57" ; Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 90" ; Guil. 185. 
Laywokth, .... of Oxfordshire, D.I)., .... by Segar. Vaire, on a saltire gu. five 

fleurs-de-lis or. Crest, a lapwing ppr. laving his talons on a liz. (sic, i.e., 

a fleur-de-lis). Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 68".' 
Leader, Oliver, of Much Sioughton, Hunts, coat and crest. Barker's Grants, 

Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 80 ;\Stowe MS. 692, fo. 73. 
Leake or Leeke, Rt. Hon. Sir Francis, Knt. and Bart., created by Jas. L Baron 

Deiiicourt, of Sutton, co. Derby ; confirmation of coat impaling Gary, 

confirmation of crest, grant of supporters 14 Nov., 1 Chas., 1627, by Segar. 

(1633 in Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 69") ; Harl. MS. 1470, fo. 30, 42, copy of 

grant, Brit. Mus. 
Lear, Sir Peter, Bart., of Ipplepen, Devon, and late of London, mercht., 12 Nov. 

16G0, by Walker. Misc. Gen. et Her., 3rd S., vol. i., p. 233, copy of grant, 

Brit. Mus. 
Leatt, Nicholas, of L<indon, s. of Nicholas, of Horsley, co. Derby ; a patent 

13 Dec. 1616, by Camden. Harl. MSS. 6095, fo. 35, and 1422, fo. 40" ; 

Guil. 330. 
Lee, .... by Browne, Bluemantle [?]. Stowe MS. 703, fo. 71. 

„ Elizabeth, dau. of John, of Scamford, co. Line, and wife to Sir John Lyon, 

late of London, Knt. and Alderm.; 6 Oct. 1564, by Sir G. Dethick. 

Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 65 ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 7" ; Grants IL, 

652. 
„ Jolin, D.D., Archdeacon of Rochester, s. of Thomas, late of London, gent., 

dec'', by Ann, dau. of T. Warner and sister and h. of Thomas Warner, Bp. 

of Rochester ; 20 Nov. 1665. Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 20" ; Bysshe's Grants, 

fo. 19, Her. Coll., and Visit, of Kent [1663—68], D. 18, fo. 179". 
„ Sir liichard, of Sopwell, Herts, Knighted for services done at Bulleyne ; 

26 Oct., 36 H. VIIL, 1544, alteration or augmentation, two coats and 

crests. Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 67"; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 64", 

65 ; Grants I., 20. 
„ Richard, of Hickham, Middx., .... 1592, Quarterly, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 

1359, fo. 105" and 119 ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 146, fo. 472 ; Harl. MS. 4966, 

fo. 24", 95. 
„ Robert, .... Quarrendon, 18 August 1530, by Wr[iothesley], Gart., and 

Benolte, Clar. Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 47 ; Cat. Her. Ex., 62. 
„ Robert, Alderm. and Sheriff of city of London (s. of Humphrey, descended 

from Reginald T^ee, chief patron and founder of the Parish Church 

of Lee, CO. Staff.) ; grant 20 Dec. 1593, by W. Dethick, Gart. Harl. 

MS. 1422, fo. 51 and 75"; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 15"; Harl. MS. 

1395, fo. 26 ; Stowe MSS. 676, fo. 89", 103, and 716, fo. 68" ; Q's Coll. 

Oxf. MS. 36, fo. 24, 29, for copy of grant of arms, also MSS. 38, fo. 112, 

and 146, fo. 31. Harl. MS. 1453, fo. 33", for entry by R. Brooke, York 

Herald, as follows: "patent 1593, per W. Dethick, Garter, wlio doth 

derive him to descend of Reignald Lee, chief patron and founder of the 

parish church of Lee in Staffordshire, wherein he greatly fayleth, for the 

said Reginald Lee died without issue, leaving his 2 sisters his heyres, for 

this arms and derivacion Garter had 10 pounds." 
„ Thomas, of Clatercott, Oxon., ar. confirmed .... 1561. Harvey's Grants, 

Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 16. 
„ Thomas, of London, out of Cbesh., confirmed 25 Oct. 1583, by Flower : arg.. 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 153 

oa a clier. engrailed betw. three leopards' faces sa. a crescent or. MS. 

Aslini. 844, fo. uG, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Guil. 260. 
Leechfoud, Sir Richai'd, of Slielwood, Surrey, attested 22 Nov. 160G, by Segar. 

Jlise. Gen. et Her., i., 54, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. 
Leeke or Leete. Thomas, of Gray's Inn, descended out of Shropshire ; by 

Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 70 ; C. 24 [Visit. Lond., 1634], Her. Coll. ; 

Guil. 68. 
Leeson, Robert, Whitefield North [?co. Northampton], by Harvey, Clar., .... 156G. 

Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 62". 
Leete, see Lete. 
Lefreys, Anthony, Dorset crest 15G4. (Harvey's Grants), Add. MS. 

16,940, fo. G^ 
Legat, Thomas, of Dagwhams (l)agenams), Essex, 2 May 1554, by ? Hawley. 

Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 207. 
Legatt, William, of Sutton, Hornecluirche, Essex, gift .... 1559. (Harvey's 

Grants), Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 24". 
TiEGGE, Robert, of London, treasurer of the ships .... Barker's Grants, Stowe 

M.S. G92, fo. 65. 
„ Col. William, one of the grooms of H.M.'s bedchamber ; Crest (? April) 1662, 

by Sir E. Walker. Her. Coll., fo. 46 ; Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 49. 
Leighe crest Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 69" ; Stowe MS. 

692, fo. 64". 

Leigh, clerk by R. St. George, Norr. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 15". 

Leyghe, John, esq., lord of the manor of Holton, Dorset, crest .... Barker's 

Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 67" ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 65. 
Leigh, Piers a, 1495, see Ashton. 
Legh, Sir Piers, of Bradley and Lyme, co. Lane, and Hanley, Cheshire, in token 

of his descent from Piers Legh, a hero of Cressy ; grant of augmentation 

11 June 1575, by Flower. MSS. Ashm. 858, fo. 175-7, and 840, fo. 397-8, 

copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; " for services rendered to the Black Prince 

at Cressy by his father-in-law Sir Thomas Danyers," in Genealogist, v., 

p. 142, and Earwaker's East Cheshire, ii., 303 ; Le Neve's MS. 482, for 

confirmation to Richard Legh of Bradley by W. Dugdale, Norroy, 8 April 

1665. 
Leighe, Richard, of High Leigh, Cheshire, Esq., Coat confirmed and crest granted 

20 July, 3 and 4 Phil, and Mary, 1567, by Sir G. Dethick, Gart. Harl. 

MSS. 1116, fo. 41, and 1359, fo. 69" ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 71, for 

copy of grant ; Grants L, 208. 
Leigh (Ligh), Richard, of High Leigh, esq., Cheshire, now living, father to 

Richard ; 3 Dec. 1580, by Sir G. Dethick, Gart. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 101 ; 

Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 51. 
„ Robert, of Bekingham, Cheshire, 20 Nov. 1552, by ? Harvey, Norr. Add. 

MS. 16,940, fo. 206. 

„ Sir Thomas, Alderm. of London, with crest Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 70. 

Leygh, Sir Thomas, Maior of London ; 3 Sept. 1555, by ? Hawley. Add. MS. 

16,940, fo. 207". 
Leighe, William, of Sutton, Surrey, 7 July 1609, by Camden. Harl. MSS. 1422, 

fo. 21, and 6095, fo. 12 ; Guil. 289 ; Harl. MS. 1561, fo. 164. 
Lello, .... of CO. Hereford : erm., on a canton gu. a cross moline or ... . by 
Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 70. 

Le Maire 1 March 1624-5, by R. St. George, Clar. Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 7. 

Lemax, John, of London, Alderm., patent 25 Jan. 1615, 12 K. Jas., by Camden. 

Harl. MS.S. 6095, fo. 31", and 1422, fo. 39" ; Guil. 240. 
Le Marchant, William, s. of James, "1 of the Isle of Guernsey ; 27 May 1689, by 
„ Eleazar, 8. of Thomas, / T. St. George, Gart., and Hen. St. George, 

Clar. Stowe MS. 714, fo. 128" ; (1683 

in Stowe MS. 716, fo. 51") ; Grants IV., 39. 



154 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

Lemitaire, George, of city of Westminster, esq., s. of Thomas, s. of Nicholas, who 

came forth of Normandy ; coat confirmed and grant of crest 14 June, 

4 Jac, 1G06, bv Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 70" ; Guil. 395 says 14 Jnne, 

14th Jas. I. (1616) (? confirmed by Le Neve 1634-5) ; in Grants I., 381, 

14 Jac, 1616. 
Lempster, Lord (Sir William Farmer, Bart.), supporters 3 June 1692, by 

T. St. George, Gart. Hail MS. 6834, fo. 178 ; Grants IV., fu. 1 1 5. 
Lendon, Capt. Hobert or John, born of honest parents at Allington, Devon, an 

officer in the Navy Koyal 1648; dated at Brussels 10 May 1658, by 

Walker. Add. MSS. 14,293, fo. 96, and 14,294, fo. 32" ; llarl. MS. 1172, 

fo. 76" ; Guil. 314; Her. Coll., fo. 30. 
Le Neve, William, York Herald (after Knt. and Clar. K. of Arms), etc. ; arms 

confirmed and crest granted 5 May 1627, by Si-gar. .\dd. MS. 12,225, 

fo. 70" ; Guil. 130 ; Le Neve's MS. 456. 
Leonard, .... of Knowle (Kent), arms allowed at his funeral by Cooke's deputy. 

Stowe MS. 670, fo. 5" ; Grants L, fo. 26. 
„ John, .... Kent, .... 1558 ? confirmed. (Harvey's Grants), Add. MS. 

16,940, fo. 8. 
Lennard or Leonard, Samson, s. of William, 2Md s. of John, of Shepsted, Kent, 

and younger bro. to .lohn, who was father to Samson Leonard, Knt., Lord 

Darcy, father of Rich., now Lord Darcy, 1628, ? Dacre .... 1626, by 

Segar (6 quarterings). Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 71 ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 81 ; 

Guil. 128. 
„ William, Watford, Herts or, three chevronels sa. ; crest, a greyhound 

passant or, collar aud " terrett " sa., studded or ; by Sir G. Dethick, Gart. 

Add. MS. 26,753, fo. 122". 
Lenton, Jdhn, of Adwiiiclr. Xoithauts, Quarterly of 6 and crest confirmed 21 May 

15S4, by Cnokc. (Ts Coll. Oxf. MS. 146, fo. 41; Add. MS. 14,295, 

fo. 47; "Harl. ilS. i;;.yj, fo. 87"; March in Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 114; 

Guil. 239 ; Add. MS. 12,474, fo. 52" ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 9" ; Add. MS. 

4966, fo. 59". 
Le Taloh, John, of London, Esq., arms confirmed and crest granted 20 July 1572, 

by Cooke. Misc. Gen. et Her., 2nd S., vol. iv., p. 273 ; Muskett's Sutlblk 

Manorial Families, i., 241. 
Lete, see also Lkeke cmd Lbete. 
Lete, .... of Bury S' Edmunds, Suff. : Arg.. on a fesse gu. betw. two matches 

roled and fired ppr. a martlet or by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 71 ; 

Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 61". 
Lethbhidge, Thomas, Clifford's Inn, s. of . . . . L. of Hatherley, Devon, .... 

1652, by Sir E. Bysshe. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 147 ; Stowe MS. 703, fo. 71. 
Lethersellers' Co., London, arms and crest at Loudon 20 Jlay, 19 Ed. IV., 

1479, by John Moore, Norr. ; supporters and impalements (Quarterly 

1 and 4 (2 aud 3, Glovers' arms, 1464, by John Smart, Gart.) 7 Nov. 1505, 

21 H. VIL, by Richmont, Clar.; confirmation 11 Oct., 22 H. VIII., 1530, 

by Tho« Benolt, Clar. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 11, copy of grants, etc. ; 

MS. Ashm. 858, fo. 26-7, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Harl. MSS. 1453, 

fo. 127, and 1359, fo. 74"; Add. MSS. 14,295, fo. 42", 43, and 5533, 

fo. 135. 
Leversagk, William, of Whelock, Cheshire, confirmed 24 Sept. 1580, by Flower. 

MSS. Ashm. 834, fo. 25", and 858, fo. 39, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; 

Guil. 298. 
Leveson, John, s. of Sir Walter, of Wolverhampton, co. Staff. ; crest, a demi-arm 

couped arg., gauntlet;t(^d sa., thereon two gemelles, a fesse ouudy arg. [?]. 

Barker's Grants, Stowe JIS. 692, fo. 65" ; Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 68". 
Leveson or Lewson, Johu, of Wolverhampton, co. Staff., 2nd s. of Walter, of 

same, confirmed 26 Nov. 1561, ? by Dalton. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 52; 

Grants II., 686 ; Quarterly arms, Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 61". 



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.I of Salel 
/ Warb 



rarbleton, Sussex, uoat, coiifinned and crest granted 16 Dec. 
I(;07, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 71^ 
Leyixg, Tlioiiias, s. of Tlioiiias, s. of Walter, co. Derby, granted or confirmed 

10 Sept. 1611, by Sir R. St. George, Norr., as I am informed by the family. 

Guil. 245; Stowe MS. 706, fo. 13" ; Harl. MSS. 6179, fo. 13^ and 6140, 

fo. 72. 
Levinz, Sir Cresswell, Serg' at law, and the descendants of his great-grandfather, 

19 Ang. 1699, by St. George, Gart. and Clar. Harl. MS. 14,831, fo. 76, 

and Grants IV., 303. 
Lewyn, William, see Lowen. 
Lewix, Thomas, the King's Coachman, descended out of the Bishoiirick of 

Durham; 28 May 1640, by Sir John Borough, Gart. Harl. M8S. 1105, 

fo. 57, and 1441, "fo. 57" ; Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 93 ; (Guil. 133, boru at 

Sistou, CO. Leic, now Servant to his Majesty). 
Lewes, Lady, wife to Sir John Cookes or Cootes, Mayor of London ; 2 Juue 1545, 

by ? Hawley. Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 200". 
„ Barnaby, of Stock, Dorset, gent., out of Montgomery, confirmed 16 Feb. 

1594-5, by W. Dethick, Gart. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 36, fo. 43, for copy of 

confirmation ; Stowe MS. 676, fo. 11. 
Lewvs, David, D.C.L., Judge of the Admiralty. [1553?]. Quarterly: 1, chequey 

or and sa., on a fess gu. three leopards' faces jessant-de-lis or ; 2, arg., 

a chev. gu. betw. three oak leaves vert. Crest, on a wreath or and sable 

a dragon's head erased vert, laugued gules, gorged with a crown argent. 

By Sir G. Dethick, Gart. Add. MS. 26,753, fo. 123. 
Lewes, John, of Mortlake, Surrey, gift .... 1564. (Harvey's Grants) see wife 

Joan Fayrechild, Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 6" and 56. 
Lewis, John, recorder of Doncaster, etc., assigued, allowed and confirmed 22 Oct. 

1586, bv Flower. MS. Ashm. 844, fo. 65, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; 

(iuil. 133. 
Lewes, Hobert, audi <if Rossenden in Bleane, Kent, gent., exemplified by 
., Bovill, J Camden .... arg., a chev. gu. betw. three beavers' tails 

ppr. ; crest, a deuii-beaver ppr. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 20, 

and 6095, fo. 9 and 19 ; Guil. 256 ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 9". 

Lewis, Ros (? Rees), ..f Kery H. VII. Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 47". 

„ Thomas, of Loudon, esq., 14 Dec. 1661. Brsshe's Grants, fo. 10, ller. Coll.; 

Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 18". 
Lewkar, see Locae. 
Leycester, Sir Ralph, of the manor of the Toftes, Cheshire, Knt., granted by 

Gilb. Dethick, Norr., 15 May, 2 Ed. VI., 154S. Q's Coll. Oxf. MSS. 37, 

fo. 19, 38, fo. 52, and 39, "fo. 15, for copy of yrant, ex. Mag. R"g. ; 

G. Dethick, Gart., Harl. MSS. 1507, fo. 445, and 1359, fo. 2" ; Grants I., 

312 ; Le Neve's MS. 445. 
Leys, George, Rachinu:ton, Essex, 2 Aug., 4 Eliz 1562, by Sir G. Dethick, 

Gart. Grants II., 652 ; Heyes in Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 65, and Q's Coll. 

Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 7". 
Lyddell [Liddell], Thomas, of Ravensworth Castle, co. Durham, 21 Aug. 1615, 

by R. St. George. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 70" ; C. 32, fo. 58 [Visit, of] 

Durham [1615]. 
LiGHTBOUiiNE, Johu, of Manchester, and of Gray's Inn, J. P. co. Lane, and to his 

brother 
„ James, also of Manchester, 3 June 1662, by W. Dugdale, Norr. .Vdd. MS. 

14,830, fo. 88; Grants I.; 28'" Juue in Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 60 ; Guil. 

366 ; 30'" June in Harl. MS. 1470, fo. 120. 
LiGO, Thomas, of .Stoke Mandeville, Bucks, 4 June 1632, by R. St. (Jeuige, Clar. 

Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 12". 
Lyly, .... gu., tiiree lillies arg. stalked and leaved vert, a bordure of the 2"'' and 



156 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THK END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

a crescent for diff. ; quartering Gabott .... by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, 
fo. 78". 
Lilly, Thomas, of South Lynn, Norfolk, 12 Jnne 1662. Bysshe's Grants, fo. 22, 
Her. CoU. ; Harl. MSS. 1105, fo. 21, and 6179, fo. 54. 
„ William, of London, gent., coat confirmed and crest granted 25 April 1593, 
by W. Dethick, Gart. Stowe MS. 676, fo. 90, 104" ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 

36, fo. 27, for copy of grant. 

Lyndsey, Edward, of London, gent., and of Bucksted, Sussex, Esq., s. of Miles, of 

Dent, Yorks, Esq., etc., confirmation of arms quartering Ligledew ; 

crest granted 20 June 1608, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 73" ; Harl. 

MS. 6140, fo. 81" ; Guil. 211, 20 .Jan. 1608, by Segar and E. St. George, 

Clar.; 20 July in Harl. MS. 1562, fo. 188". 
Lynsky, William, s. of Simon, of London, Browne Baker, servant to the 

Earl of Dorset .... by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 74 ; Vine' 

MS., No. 154, fo. 3" ; C. 27, fo. 38 [Visit. Sussex, 1633], Her. Coll., aud 

Guil. 211. 
LiNGE, John, s. of Laurence, of Warcop, Westmorld., crest granted 13 June 1589, 

by W. Dethick, Gart., and his brother 
„ Peter, called Lb Linge, now of Bassingborne, co. Camb. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 

37, fo. Ill, copy of grant ; Stowe MS. C76, fo. 76". 

Le Lingne, Danyell, of Harlaxton, co. Line, s. of Anthy., s. of John, of Velenzeive, 
prov. of Hainault ; confirmation of arms and gift of crest (or patent in 
Harl. MS. 6095) 20 Jan. 1619-20, by Camden. Cott. MS. Faustina E. 1, 
fo. 5, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. ; Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 43", and 6095, 
fo. 42 ; Guil. 68 ; according to Add. MS. 14,259, fo. 63, these arms were 
confirmed " by the ottice of arms" ; see L. 20, fo. 1, Her. Coll., afterwards 
Sir Daniel De Ligne ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 67. 
LiNLEY, Sir Henry, Middleham, crest .... April 1607, by R. St. (reorge, Norr. 

Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 79 . . . . (fo. 276). 
LiNSTEAD, William, of South Burlingham,"! 7 May 1672, by Sir E. Bysshe, Clar. 
Norfolk, and > Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 39" ; and 

„ Thomas, his brother, J Bysshe's Grants, 31. 

LiSBURNE, Visct. (John Vaughan), 25 July 1695, supporters by T. S' George, Gart. 

Grants IV., 201. 
Lisle, .... of S' Martins-in-the-Fields, Middx. : errainois, on a chief az. three 
lions ramp, or; by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 71"; Harl. MS. 6140, 
fo. 78. 
„ Sir Arcold de (a Frencliman), Lieut.-Col. of a reg' of Horse ; augmentation 

at Oxford 3 March 1645-6, by Sir E. Walker, Gart. Her. Coll., 1. 
„ Arthur Plantagenet, Visct., filius bastard of Ed. IV.; coat aud crest, by 
Barker. Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 2 ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 9. 
Lyster, .... of Yorke .... coat and crest .... Barker's Grants, Harl. JIS. 

584G, fo. 70" ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 64". 
Lister, Edward, of London, D. phys., patent 20 April 1602, by Camden. (William 
in Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 73) ; Harl. MS. 6095, fo. 25 ; Guil. 104 ; Harl. 
MS. 5887, fo. 82". 
„ Gylbert, of Yorkshire, Crest .... by Harvey (Norr.). Add. MS. 16,940, 

fo. 6". 
„ John, of Kingston-upou-Hull, Crest 12 Nov. 1613, by R. St. George, Norr. 
Surtees Soc, XLL, xlviii. ; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 61", and Her. Coll., B. 21, 
fo. 208. 
„ Laurence, of Midhope, Yorks, Crest .... 1564, by Flower. Add. MS. 14,295, 

fo. 73 (fo. 29). 
„ William, of Midhope, crest 1557. Harl. MS. 1116, fo. 63, ?by Harvey. 
LiTTELL, see Lyttell, Thomas, of Bray, Berks, .... 1563. 

Lloyd, Col. Sir Charles, Quarter-Master-Gen., aud his brother \ Augmentation at 
„ Sn- Godfrey, J the Hague April 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVIT. CENTURY. 157 

1640 bv Walker. Add. MSS. 14,293, fo. 109, and 14,294, fo. 36" ; Harl. 
J[S. 11 72, fo. 73 ; Her. Coll., fo. 28. ^„ 

Li.OYD, Giles, of London, descended out of Wales, crest 10 Q. Eliz. (? \:>>>i), "J 
Cooke. Harl. MS. 13,i9, fo. Ill ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 97". 
„ John, of London, 1 April 1627, by Segar, Gart,. Harl. MS. 1085, fo. 2. 
LOADES, Henry, Chamberlain of London, crest 30 July 1687, by Sir 1. St. George, 
Cart, and Clar. Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 178 ; Grants IIL, 327 ; Lansd. MS. 
867, fo. 52 : Harl. MS. 1085, fo. 59. . 

l,oc\R, Emanuell, of Bridgewater, .... Barker's Onints, Add. MS. ■^^,,li)'^, 

fo. 15 ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 58. 
Lock. Michael (?Ashton GifTard, Wilts, and Stowecliffe, Hants), «''est .t -Inly, 
1 and 2 Phil, and Mary, 1555, by Sir G. Dethick, Gart. Qs Coll. Oxf. 
MS. 39, fo. 53, for copy of grant ; see a testimonial for arms in MS. Ashm. 
844, fo. 1 ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 63" ; Locke in Grants L, 77 ; Harl. MS. 
1116, fo. 45", copy of grant. 
Locksmith, see Marshall. 

Lodge, Sir Thomas, Maior of London 1562 ; 15 Aug. 1556, by Hawley? Add. 
MS. 16,940, fo. 208. ^ ... 

LOGYNS [LOGGINS], Symond, gift 1560 (Harvey's Grants), Add. 

MS. 16,940, fo. 46" ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 46". 
LoxnoN, Robert, of Albye, Norfolk, J.P., served in the late war against the rebels 
under Col. Sir Ed. Walker, Knt. and Bart. ; 10 Feb. 1664-5, by Walker. 
.\dd. MSS. 14,293, fo. 35, and 14,294, fo. 6"; Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 51"; 
East Anglian, iii., 8 ; Guil. 76. 
„ William, of Leighton Buzzard, Beds, gent., grant 1 March 1537-8 or 1538-9, 
by Hawley. Harl. MS. 1507, fo. 400, and Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 22, 
copy of grant ; Le Neve's MS. 400. 
Lone, John, \ of Cambridge, [and ?] Linton, co. Cambr., brothers, 10 April 1695, 

William, / by T. St.^George, Gart. and Clar. Grants IV., 190. 
Long, .... of Norfolk, 16 Feb. 1651-2, by E. Bysshe, Gart. Harl. MS. 1105, 

fo. 15. , ^ , 

Longe, Edward, of Monckton juxta Bronghton Gifford, Wilts, 1588, by Cooke. 
Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 95, and 1422, fo. 80" ; Stowe MS. 670, fo. 33". 

Long, Giflford, of Rood Ashton 1589 .... Berry. 

„ Mary, dan. of Symond, of the Isle of Wight, wife unto George Owen (Burke 

says Sir William Allen, Lord Mayor 1572), gift 1558. (Harvey's Grants), 

.\dd. MS. 16,940, fo. 9" and 61". , 

„ Miles, of New Sleaford, Line, and Staple Inn, 14 Feb. 1666-7. Bysshe a 

Grants, fo. 19, Her. Coll. ; Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 20. 
., Robert, of Souldon, Herts (Norf. in Harl. JIS. 1 105, fo. 8"), 26 Oct. 1632, by 
Scgar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 72 ; Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 8". 
Longe, Thomas, of Trowbridge, Wilts, gift .... 1561. (Harvey's Grants), Add. 

MS. 16,940, fo. 17". 

Long, William, of Beckington, Wilts, s. of Thomas, s. of William, s. of Henry, 

1561, by Harvey. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 80", ascribed also to .... Long, 

Capt. of a troop of Horse, 1642 ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 86" : Harl. MS. 

6140, fo. 74". , , , 

Longford, . . . ., ux. John Mills of Cashiobury .... paly of 6 gu. and or, a bend 

arg' ; ? confirmed by Camden. Stowe MS. 706, fo. 54" ; Harl. MSS. 1422, 

fo. 38", and 6095, fo. 28. 

Longland, Edward, of Tingwick, s. of John, of ye same place, Bucks; a 

difference in the arms and a different crest, by R. Cooke. Stowe MS. 670, 

„ John, Bp. of Lincoln (from 1520 to 1547), H. 8 [Her. Coll.?]; Add. 

MS. 26,702, fo. 60 ; Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 12". 
„ John, Archdeacon of Buckingham (1544—50, 1559—89), by R. Cooke, Clar. 

Stowe MS. 670, fo. 18. 



158 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

LoKGLEY, John, of London, gift 1560-61. (Harvey's Grants), Add. MS. 16,940, 

fo. 18. 
Lonsdale, .John Lowther, Visct., supporters 28 Feb. 1697-8. Grants IV., fo. 254. 
LoNYSON, .John, esq., citizen and iroldsuiith and M'' of the Mint in Engkiud ; 

20 June 1575, by Cooke or G. Dethick. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 122". 
LORAINE (Lorueyn), William, s. of Richard, of Kirkharle, Northumberland, 

17 Feb. 1639-40, bv Borough. Harl. MSS. 1105, fo. 56", and 1069, 

fo. 109" ; Thomas "in Harl." MS. 1441, fo. 58, and Add. MS. 26,702, 

fo. 92" ; Guil. 372 ; Harl. MS. 5857, fo. 139. 
LORT (ais Lord), .... of co. Pembioke, confirmed .... Iii3-, by Sir .J. Borough, 

Gart., and Sir R. St. George. Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 48. 
LossE, Hush, of Stanmore-lhe-Lesse, Middx., coat and crest. Barker's Grants, 

Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 71 ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 65. 
„ Sir Hugh, of Coddock, Sulf. : Quarterly, arg. and sa., a saltire party per 

saltire betw. four fleurs-de-lis, all counterchanged .... 1633, by Segar. 

Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 35 ; Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 72". 
LOTYSHAM, .... of Somerset, .... 1609, bv Camden. Morgan's Spiiere, 109 ; 

Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 21, and 6095, fo."'l2. 
LouTLEY, Thomas, of Middx., .... 1560. Harvey's Grants, Add. MS. 16,940, 

fo. 11". 
LoTE, Nicholas (Richard), of Basing in Frcxfield, Southants, gent., 5 Feb. 1612-13 

or 7 Dec. 1613, by Camden. C. 19, fo. 32, 107, Visit, of Hampsh., 1622, 

erroneously called Richard, and 7 Sept. in Morgan's Sphere, 111 ; Add. MS. 

14,295, io. 63" and 88; sf:e Harl. MSS. 5865, fo. 41", and 1544, fo. 151 ; 

Le Neve's MS. 500. 
„ Robert, of Kerstead, Norfolk, 10 Dec. 1663. Bysshe's Grants, fo. 6, Her. 

Coll. ; Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 17'' ; Add. MS. 14,293, fo. 8 ; called Lowe in 

Guil. 189. 
LoVEDEN, .... Loveden, Berks, .... (1589, Berry), by Cooke, Clar. Stowe MS. 

670, fo. 32" ; Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 138". 
LOVELASSE (Lovelace), William, of Canterbury, Sergeant- at-law, being one of the 

heirs of Richard Lovelace, Knt.,late Marshal of Callys, dec'' s.p. ; according 

to the custom of gavelkinde in .... it dest'cnded to John Lovelace of 

King's Downe, Esq., s. of William, bro. of Sii- llich'', which John had issue 

Thomas, and the said William liad issue the loresaid William, Sergt.-at-law. 

Quarterly : arms confirmed and crest given to William and to the posterity 

of his grandfather William, etc., 2 Dec. 1573, 16 Q. Eliz., by Cooke. Add. 

MS. 4966, fo. 66"; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 13"; Q's Coll. O.xf. MS. 146, 

fo. 35 ; Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 113"; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 8; MS. Ashm. 

834, fo. 3, copy of patent, FJodleian Lib. 
LovELL, Thomas, of Laxfield, Suff., 25 June 1579, by Sir G. Dethick, Gart. Harl. 

MS. 1441, fo. 140"; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 35; Harl. MS. 5887, 

fo. 43. 
Lowe, Humfry, of Southmills, pai-. of Bloahara, Beds, esq., coat confirmed and 

crest granted 28 July 1628, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 72"; ?MS. 

Ashm. 834, fo. 16 ; G"uil. 193. 
„ Humphrey, of Bromsgrove, co. Wore, Esq., High Sheriff, exemplified 8 Feb. 

1657-8," by Sir E. Bysshe ; dilf. coat from Michael Lowe, who died s.p. ; 

granted by Cooke. Add. MS. 26,758, fo. 13"; Stowe MS. 677, fo. 61, 

copy of grant ; Harl. MS. 6832, fo. 414. 
„ John, "juris peritus," gen., grant .... Oct. 1602, by W. Dethick, 

Gart. Stowe MS. 676, fo. 136 ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 36, fo. 91, copy of 

grant. 
„ John, City of Westminster, one of the under chamberlains in the court of the 

receipt of H.M.'s Exchequer ; 25 May 1694, by T. St. George, Gart. and 

Clar. Add. MS. 14,831, fo. 166; Grants IV., 170; Stowe MS. 714, 

fo. 153 ; Harl. MS. 1085, fo. 58. 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 159 

Lowi:. :\richell, of Stafford, 1592, by Cooke. (See Ryssho), llarl. JI.SS. 13r>9, 

to. 113", and U22, f'o. 51''; (and of Kinmore, co. Staff'., 1578) Add. MSS. 
496G, to. 84, and 26,758, fo. 13*. [Robert, see Love.] 

„ Williani. of Shropshire, 158fi, by Cooke. -Harl. M.SS. 1359, fo. 89", mid 

1422, fo. 51" ; Add. JIS. 4960, fo. 34". 
Lo\VJ':.v, .John, of the manor of Oerpvns, Essc.v, gift .... 1559. Hiiivi'yV Craiits, 
Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 16": Harl. ;\1S. 5887. fo. 54, lor .lohii. of London, 
draft. 

„ Williani (Le\vYx\). of T;ondoii. D.C.L.. s. of Kdiii.. s. nl .Inhn. of Herts, etc., 
confirmed (more probably (granted) .... 1575. by Couke. Stowc MS. 676, 
fo. 46 ; Q's Cull. 0.\f. MS. 37, fo. 59, copy of grant. 
LowNDE, Sir Alexander, Knt., a captain, served in the wars of Gascoyne and 
Guienne, France, etc. [No references. /S(»« below, Thomas.] 

„ Jerard, of Pocklington, Yorks, confirmed liy ! Harvey or l>nltoii. [Xo 
references.] 

„ John, of Overton, par. of Astbiiry, Cheshire, s. of Williani, s. of Piiehnrd ; 
coat confirmed and crest granted 18 June 1612, by Sir R. St. George, 
Norr. Harl. MS. 1069, fo. 37" ; copy of grant,, Brit. Mas., Harl. MS. 
2146, fo. 77 ; (Laundes, Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 14) ; Grants II., 583 ; Harl. 
M.S. 6140, fo. 74. 

„ Thomas, late of Orpington, Kent, gent., .'<. of Leonard, s. of John, of co. 
Lincoln, gent., descended collaterally of the ancestors of that house, name 
and family. [Az., fretty Arg. within a bordnre or, over all a canton bendy 
of si.x gu". and vair. Longvale, quartered by Bray : vair, three bendlets 
gu. Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 24", shews the mantling Az., lined Argent, and 
makes the arms a fiet within the bordure.] Confirmed or exemplified at 
the Office of Arras, London, 20 June, 38 Q. Eliz., 1596, by W'" Dethick, 
Gart. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 36, fo. 58, copy of grant, and MS. 146, fo. 137 ; 
Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 116"; Stowe j\IS. 676, fo. 18. Sometime a taylour 
.... 1596, by W. Dethick, Gart., for which he had 5". The canton is the 
Lord Braye's arms ; the amies is the amies of Sir Alexander Lownd, Knt., 
that lived in Ed. IIL tvme, etc., entered by R. Brooke, York Herald. 
Harl. MSS. 1453, fo. 35,' and 5887, fo. 24". [Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 116", 
says : This arms without the canton is acknowledged to be the ancient 
arms of Sir Alex'' Lownde, Knt.] 
LuCAR, see Locar. 

Ldcas, .... of (Cornwall, .... erm., two lions combatant gu by Segar. 

Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 73 ; Harl. j\ISS. 6140, fo. 81, and 5887, fo. 
85" bis. 

„ Margaret, dau. of John, of Haldeii, Kent, ux. Robert Browne, gent., granted 
10 Dec, 4 Ed. VL, 1550, by G. Dethick, Gart. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 60" ; 
Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 31, for copy of grant (coscn and heir of Thomas 
Lucas of London, gent.). John liUcas married Margaret, d. and h. of Jo. 
Penue and of Joan his wife, d. and h. of Sir Robert Brackenbury, Knt., 
Lieut, of the Tower, temp. R. IIL Achievement 8 Nov. 1571, by Cooke, 
viz.— Quarterly : 1 Lucas, 2 Hills, 3 Penne, 4 Brackenbury, 5 Balliewle, 
6 Pavnell. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. Ill", and 1359, fo. 11 ; Q's Coll. Oxf. 
MS. i46, fo. 19 ; Grants I., 306. 

„ Richard, .... coat and crest .... Barker's Grants, Hail. MS. 5846, fo. 69" ; 
Stowe MS. 692, fo. 64". 
LuDKE, John, of Rotherfield, Sussex, confirmed quartered arms (and crest), by 

Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 73. 
LuCKYX, ^Yilliam, 2nd s. of William, of Lado in Essex, 24 June 1611, by Camden. 
Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 16" ; Morgan's Sphere, 117 ; Hail. MS. 1085, fo. 9 ; 
Thomas in Le Neve's MS. 357. 
LuDFORD, Symond, of London, gift .... 1560. (Harvey's Grants), Add. MS. 
16,940, fo. 32" ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 65. 



160 GRANTEES OF AHMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

LuGGAR, Nathaniel, of Bodmin, etc. (a Royalist), granted at the Hague 20 Dec. 

1650, by Walker. Add. MSS. 14,293, fo. 95, and 14,294, fo. 32 ; Harl. 

MS. 11 72, fo. 70" ; Giiil. 263 ; Her. Coll., fo. 29. 
Luke, Sir Walter, of CoinpuU (Cople), Beds, Kt., crest 1 Oct. 1544, by T. Hawley. 

Add. MSS. 16,940, fo. 200*, and 7098, fo. 77 (fo. 32); six quarterings, 

Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 41. 

LuPTON, Roger, H. VII Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 52\ and Berry. 

Lupus, Ambrose, s. of Baptist, of " Castello maiori " of Busto in Normandy, 

ill the republic of Malan ; augmentation and crest granted ? 45 Eliz. 

.... by W. Dethick, Gart. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 36, fo. 96, copy of 

grant in Latin ; Stowe MS. 676, fo. 138", names his sons Peter and 

Joseph. 
Lusher or Lasher, James, of London : gn., a lyon passant betw. three dexter 

gauntlets erect, their backs affrontee or, by Segar. Harl. MS. 6140, 

fo. 26 ; Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 78" ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 27. 
„ James, of London, and 1 Quarterly : 1 and 6 Lusher, 2 Combarford, 

„ Nicholas, of Ir-harlands, Surrey, / 3 Erneford, 4 Pembridge and 5 Coding- 
ton. Crest, a matlet [martlet ?] or, by 

Cooke, Clar. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 39. 
Luther, of Essex, coufirraed July 1614, and 

„ Anthony, of Kelvedon, Essex, patent Nov. 1614, by Camden. Harl. MSS. 

1422, fo. 39, and 6095, fo. 30". 

LUTLEY, see LOUTLEY. 

LuTMAN, . . . ., confirmed by Sir Will. Dethick, Gart. Harl. MS. 6179, 

fo. 58. 
Lyddiat, John, of Walsall, co. Stall'., s. of Hugh, s. of John, all of the same ; 

19 Oct. 1614, by R. St. George, Clar. Caius Coll. Camb. MS. 528, fo. 7 ; 

Harl. MS. 1052, fo. 182 ; (copy of grant, Brit. Mus., Harl. MS. 1380, 

fo. 27); Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 61"; MS. Ashm. 858, fo. 119, copy 

of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; C. 36, fo. 200" [Visit. Staffordsh., 1663], Her. 

Coll. 
Lyfelu, Thomas, of Stoke Danburne (d'Abernon), Surrey, gent., grant 10 May, 

2 Q. Eliz., 1560, by Sir G. Dethick, Gart. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 101, 

copy of grant; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 79; Grants I., 292, compare with 

Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 46". 
Lynacre, .... crest .... Barker's Grants, 1526—49, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 70 ; 

Stowe JIS. 692, fo. 64". 
Lynch, . . . . D'' Phisicke and Archdeacon of Wilts .... H. 8 [Her. Coll. ?] ; 

Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 51. 
Lynche, Simon, of Staple, Kent, s. of William, s. of Symon, of Cranbrooke, gent., 

confirmed 10 Dec. 1572, by Cooke. Misc. Gen. et Her., N. S., iv., 351, 

copy of grant, Brit. Mus. 
Lyne, Richart. of Hants, 25 Nov. 1555, by T. Hawley. Add. MS. 16,940, 

fo. 207"; Harl. MS. 1562, fo. 113 ; Add. MS. 7098, fo. 78" (fo. 122) ; 

Harl. MS. 5865, fo. 49. 
Lyon, S' John, Maior of Ijondon ; 1 Oct. 1550, by Hawley, Clar. (his 1" wife 

Alice Hansha, 1555, by Hawley ; his 2'"' wife Elizth. Lee, 1564-5, by 

G. Dethick). Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 204; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 5"; 

Q's Coll. Oxf. MSS. 37, fo. 26, and 39, fo. 28, copy of grant, ex. 

Mag. Reg., Gilb. Dethick; Grants II., 652, 462; Harl. MS. 1115, 

fo. 66". 
Lyttell, Thomas, of Bray, Berks, confirmed .... 1563. (Harvey's Grants), Add. 

MS. 16,940, fo. 53 ; (Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 4, for au Essex family). 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 161 

M 

:Mai'.p.. John Clianiberlayn of London ; 10 Nov. 1571, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 

]S:,U, fo. 119" ; Grants II., 521 ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 60^ 
:\rAcCARTHV, Charles. Visct. Carthey of Muskery ; 21 Sept. 1639, by T. Preston, 

Ulster. Le Neve's MS. 403. 
JIack Dehmod, Ednuiiul, mid \ descended from Thomas Mack of Crosnah, co. 
„ Cormack, his son, J Roscommon, etc. ; crest gjranted 16 April 1599, 

by W™ Dothick, Gart. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 36, 
fo. 82, for copy of grant ; Stowe JIS. G'O, fo. 131. 
Maciikx, Richard, of "Witcomb, Gloucestershire, s. of Tiiomas, s. of Henry, gent. ; 
jiatont, Quarterly, 1 .June 1615, by Se<rar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 74 ; 
llarl. MS. 6140", fo. 63"; Guil. 225; Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 50, copy of 
grant. 
JIachet, r John, rector of Lambeth, 1570—74, and chaplain to Math. Parker 
(Archbp. of Canterbury, 1559 to 1575), descended out of Leicestcr- 
J shii'e, and to 
„ 1 Samuel, T brethren, sons of John Machet of Gynningham, Norf., 

Mathew, and > 27 .Ian. 1626-7, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 78 ; 
[ Xathaniel, J 5 July 1626, Harl. MSS. 1085, fo. 43; and 5887, 
fo. 114. 
llACKAY. Patrick, of London, mercht., Certif. of arms 22 March 1700. Le Neye's 

MS. 484. 
Mackwokth, John, and his brother 1 to use "a parcel" of the arms of John 
,. Thomas, / Touchet, Lord Audley of Haley, by con- 

sent ; 1 Aug. 1404 .... Q's Coll. Oxf. 
MS. 38, fo. 3, copy of deed in French ; Harl. MS. 1410, fo. 23" ; Add. MS. 
6670, fo. 208 ; Parker's Glossary of Heraldiy, Chron. Table, p. xiv.,note k ; 
Grants II., fo. 677. 

ilADYSON, Edmond, of Hunaby, co. Line 1587, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, 

fo. 107, and 1422, fo. 93" ; Add. MS. 4960, fo. 09. 
JIaddison, Sir Lionel, of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, etc., reassuraed their paternal coat 
5 June 1635 and to his bros., by W. Le Neve, Norr. Harl. MS. 1441, 
fo. 10", copy at large, Brit. Mus. ; Visit. Durham, 1575, Philipson's Ed., 
Notes, p. 01, and Surtees Soc, XLL, 1. ; Stowe MS. 077, fo. 57 ; Grants II., 
608. 
JLvDDOX, .... of Masterley, Salop, and of London, .... party per pale gn. and az., 

two lyons passant or, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 78. 
JLvDOCKS, John, of co. Middx., gent., s. of Thomas, late of Salop, gent., of the 
bedchamber to Ed. VI., Q. Mary and Q. Eliz. ; crest granted 26 March 
1592, by W. Dethick, Gart. Stowe MS. 076, fo. 88 and 100"; Q's Coll. 
Oxf. MS. 30, fo. 19, copy of grant ; Guil. 306 : Grants I., fo. 28. 
:Maidston, Robert, of Boxted, Essex, .... 1014, by Camden. Morgan's Sphere, 

118. 
jMa.ior, John, of the Borough of Leicester, and to his father 
„ Anthony, of Kempston, Notts; crest 15 May 1040, by Sir E. Bysshe, Gart. 
Harl. MS. 1441,. fo. 149" ; Stowe MS. 703, fo. 70, and Berry's Armory. 
[See aho Mayok.] 

Makareth or Makeheth, .... of co. Lane by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, 

fo. lin, and 0140, fo. 39 ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 90. 
Malbox, George, of Bradelev, Cheshire, 2U Aug. 1683, by Sir W"' Dugdale and 

Norroy. Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 178 ; Grants III., fo. 205. 
Malbt, Arthur, of London, born in Norfolk (akin to Sir Nicholas Malby, Knt.), 
father of Thos., who mar. Lettice, dan. of Hy. Clifford and of his wife, 
sister of Walter, P' Earl of Essex, etc. ; arras and crest granted 24 Nov. 
1589, by W. Dethick, Gart. Stowe MS. 076, fo. 79" ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 
37, fo. 117, for copy of grant. 

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162 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

Mau)en, Town of, Esses, 30 April 1562, by Sir G. Dethick, Gart. Harl. MS. 1-441, 

to. OS" ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 8 ; Grants II., 652 ; Harl. MS. 1116, 

fo. 48". 
Mal(d)enbeck, John, of Danzic in Prussia, a gift of arms by letters patent Westm' 

16 Jan. 1533-4 ; alteration 16 July 1534, by Wriothesley. Harl. MS. 

4900, fo. 2\ 7" ; Grants II., 692. 
Malloji, John, of Walter-Acton, Norfolk, 4 May 1685, by Sir W™ Du.^diile and 

Chir. Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 178 ; Grants III., 266 ; Lansd. JIS. 867, 

fo. 52 ; Harl. MS. 1085, fo. 59. 
j\Iallory, Richard, Alderm. of London, confirmed 155 ... . or 156 ... . Harvey's 

Grants, Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 58. 
Maltbv of Maltby in Cleveland, Yorks, .... ar;;., on a bend gu. tliruo garbs 

of malt or, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 74". 
Malte, John, of London (tayler.by K. H. VIII. in Stowe MS.), coat and crest .... 

Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 30" and 78"; Stowe MS. 692, 

fo. 69". 
Maltyward, Kobert, of Roughain, Suffolk, esq., Barr.-at-law ; 26 May 1663, by 

Sir E. Walker, Gart. 'Her. Coll., fo. 50 ; Harl. MS. 1085, fo. 31. 

Malyaet, Thomas, of Somerset Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 77. 

Malyn, John, of Galleys .... coat and crest. Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, 

fo. 7" ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 69. 
„ William, M.A., s. of Henry, of Staplehurst, Kent, granted after 1564, by 

Cooke, Clar. Harl. MS. 1116, fo. 69", copy of grant, Brit. Mus. 
DE Mandavile, Sir Otho, s. of Peter, arms granted to Peter by Ed. III. ; exemplified 

and confirmed to son (17 R. II., pt. i., m. 5) 1377-8: gu., three leopards 

or, collared with crowns az. Harl. MS. 1507, fo. 426 ; MS. Ashm. 835, 

fo. 365, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. 
Mandeee, Thomas, of Leigh, Devon, augmentation 16 Dec. 1660, by Walker, Gart. 

Her. Coll., fo. 30. See Thos. Maundy. 
Manfeld, Lancelot, of Skirpenbeck, Yorks, confirmed 20 Sept. 1563, by Flower. 

MS. Ashm. 844, fo. 72*, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Gnil. 77. 
Maningham, J., . . . ., by Eo. Cooke .... Add. MS. 5855, fo. 130. 
Manington or Monington, of Cornwall, .... Quarterly, by R. Cooke. Stowe MS. 

670, fo. 29". 
Manlove, Rowland, of co. Staff., .... by R. St. George, Clar. Stowe MS. 703, 

fo. 73. 
Manly, William, of London, 4 quarterings. Visit, of Loud., 1633 ; see Add. MS. 

4966, fo. 44. 
Mann, Edward, of Ipswich, Suff., sometime comptroller of that part ; granted 

2 March 1662, by Sir Ed. Bvsshe, Clar. Bysshe's Grants, fo. 5, Her. Coll. ; 

Harl. MSS. 1105, fo. 17", and 1470, fo. 121, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. ; 

Guil. 360. 
Man, Henry, Bp. of the Isle of Man ; 27 Jan., a. 37 [Hen. VIII.], 1545-6, 

Frydaye, " az., a masculyn w"' iiij flower de Luces, one at each end, or, 

within and without the masculyn set v yong men's heads argent, eared or." 

Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 74", coat .... by Barker ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 68", 

Henry, Richard in the margin ["Azure, a masculyn w'" iiij flower de Luces, 

one at each end, or, within and without the masculyn then sett v yong 

men's heads sylver, heered golde, couppey, over all a pontifycall myter 

garnysshed or and ar., w"' pendaunte or, lined and taselyd or"]. 
„ John, of Lynzeh (Lyndsell), Essex, confirmed .... 155- or 156-. (Harvey's 

Grants), Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 50" ; Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 57. 
„ John, of Bolingbroke, co. Line, J.P. and feodary of the Dnchye of Lancaster 

within the said county ; given 5 April 1561, 3 Eliz., by Dalton. Harl. MS. 

1359, fo. 50". 
Mann, John, of city of Norwich, 4 Jan. 1664-5, by Sir E. Bysshe, Clar. Harl. MS, 

1105, fo. 38*, 39 ; Bysshe's Grants, 29, 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OP THE XVII. CENTURY. 163 

JIaxne, William, s. of .Tolm, of Holy Cross, citv of Canterbury, Knt., 10 June 

UiOl, bv Camden. Add. :MS. U,2!)5, fo. Oi' ; C. 1(5, fo. 218 [Visit, of] 

Kent [1619]. 
Man.naker, Adrian, a Dnteli i;en., Miiyor of the city of Middleburge in Zeeland 

(Kniglited by K. .lam. s ai (iiv.'nwieh 2ii June 1G09), grant 28 June 1009, 

by Segar. Add. .MS. Il'.i'i'.',, {,<. To. 
JIaxxixc, .... of Kent, (Ir.^rcinlid uf ancient and noble family, so called from 

Manning, a town in Saxony, whence they came into England before y= 

Conquest and have settled al.so in Frisia or Friesland ; confirmed with 

11 quarterings and crest .... by Segar. This, with a pedigree. Add. MS. 

12,225, fo. 74" ; C. 16, fo. 133 [Visit, of Kent, 1619], Her. Coll. ; (hiil. 

137 ; Harl. MS. 1432, fo. 158. 
„ George, "1 of Downe, Knt., crest 20 April l.")77, by Sir (I. Dethick, (iart. 
„ Henry, / Kent Visit., 1619, edited by J. J. Howard, p. 271 (Arch. Cant.) ; 

Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 86^, and Q's Coll. 0,\f. MS. 145, fo. 43, copy of grant, 

Brit. Mus. 
Maksbridge, John, of London, gent., citizen and Mercht. taylor, allowed at Visit. 

of London, 1568, by Ro. Cooke, Clar. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 60. 
Mansell, Francis, now of Guildford, Surrey, who provided the ship and with great 

loyally and fidelity assisted his Majesty's transportation after the unfortunate 

battle of Worcester (or, three manacles sa., on a chief gu. a lion passant 

guardaut or) ; 14 Feb. 166|, by Walker, Gart. Her. Coll., fo. 60 ; Berry's 

Armory. 
Mansur, Richard, of London, see Moryson. 
Manwaeinge, Sir John, coat and crest .... Barker's Grants, 1526 — 49, Harl. 

MS. 5846, fo. 72 ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 68. 
Mapes, (Leonard), of Feltham and Rollesby, Norfolk, .... Francis, of . . . ., Mapes 

quartering Blount, confirmed .... 1587 (by W. Dethick, Gart., and Cooke, 

Clar.). Cains Coll. Camb. MS. 551, fo. 31 (among Camden's Guifts 

[1587 ?]) ; Harl. MSS. 1552, fo. 228, and 1441, fo. 152 ; Le Neve's MS. 354. 
JIai'LKS, Sir Thomas, of Long Stow, Hunts, Bart., testified 10 Feb. 1632, by W™ 

Segar, K', Gart. Harl. MS. 1 105, fo. 2^ 
JIar, Edmuud, of Colchester, 7 May 1611, by Camden. Harl. MS. 617D, fo. 35. 
JIarbury, Sir Anthony, of Lambeth, Surrey, testification of Knighthood, descent 

aud arms, with quarterings, 10 May 1616, by W™ Segar and Camden. 

Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 76" ; Guil. 336. 
Marche, .... Clarke of the Star Chamber, London, .... 1587, by Cooke, Clar. : 

gu., a horse's head couped betw. three cro.ss crosslets fitchee argent ; crest, 

a griffin's head erased az. holding in his beak a rose gu., stalked and leaved 

vert. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 20*. 
March, John, of co. Line, granted 11 Aug. 1576, by G. Dethick, Gart. Q's Coll. 

Osf. MS. 37, fo. 63, for copy of grant, and MS. 145, fo. 44" ; Stowe MS. 

G76, fo. 48" ; Add. MS. 26,753, fo. 120" : arms, arg., a cross flory az. betw. 

four talbots' heads erased sa. ; crest, a talbot's head erased (lion's head 

couped ?) arg. charged with a cross fiory az. Stowe MS. 703, fo. 48 ; Add. 

MS. 26,753, fo. 120". 
„ Stephen, of Newport, L of W., attested bv W'" Penson, Lane. Herald, 16 Nov. 

1633. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 57". 
Marchaxd or Marcham, John (s. of William), of Bucks, confirmed or granted 

1582, by Cooke. Marcham in Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 31" ; (Guil. 267, 

Marchand). 
Marden, .... of city of London, .... or, a bend gu., in the sinister chief point 

a chough, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 78". 
Marffyn, see Mervin. 
Marianhs, Sir Angelus, from Cremona, Italy, 8 Nov. 1557, by G. Dethick, Gart. 

Grants L, 21 : on a bend or a lion rampant gu. ; crest, a talbot's head 

and neck. 



164 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

Marigny-Cahpenter, Jacob de, a French gent., Aucrnientatiou and iilteration of 

arms, Crest and supporters at Hockstraet in Brabant, 23 Aug. 1653, bv 

Sir E. Walker, Gart. Her. Coll., fo. 1. 
Markaunt or Merkaunt, John, of Colchester, crest 7 May 1612, 10 K. Jas., by 

Camden. Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 9, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. ; (Harl. MSS. 

1541, fo. 183^ and 6065, fo. 101, as Markaunt) ; Harl. MS. 1085, fo. 19 ; 

Edmond in Le Neve's MS. 355. 
Marks, .... of Suffolk, .... gu., seniee-de-lis or, a lyon rampant and a canton 

erm by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 77". " 

Markes, Richard, of Beverley, Yorks, gen., 10 May 1560, bv G. Dethick, Gart. 

Surtees Soc, XLI., xl., copy of grant, Brit. Mus. 
Marler, Richard, of co. Northants, gent., crest granted 2 July 1566, by Sir G. 

Dethick, Gart. Stowe MS. 676, fo. 30 ;" Q's Coll. Oxf. JMS. 37, fo. 44, 

copy of grant ; Grants I., fo. 256. 
„ Walter, of London, s. of AValter, of London, gent., 10 Oct., 27 Eliz., 1585, by 

Cooke. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 33 ; Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 98^ 1453, fo. 5, 

and 1069, fo. 28" ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 62. 
Marlow, Abbot, .... arg., ou a fesse per fesse indented az. and purpure, betw. 

three pinks or, stalked and leaved vert, as many trefoils slipped argt. 

Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 40. 
Marple, Richard, sen'', of Edenstow (or Edwinstow), co. Derby, confirmed 

20 Sept. 1574, by Flower. MS. Ashm. 844, fo. 71. copy of grant, Bodleian 

Lib. ; Guil. 276 ; This patent was procured by Tlios. Drury and by him 

written with his own hand and delivered by me Somerset for my father 

(in law) Norroy on Tuesday, 7 Nov. 1587, 29 Eliz., Reliquary, sxii., 

244. 
Marriett [Maryett], Thomas, of Remenham, Berks, Esq., arms confirmed and 

crest given 16 June 1586, 28 Q. Eliz., by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 14, 

89 ; copy of grant in Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 4 ; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 8'^ ; 

Grants IL, 491 ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 35". 
Marrone, (de Roan) .... arms 15 Sept., 4 Ed. VL, 1550, by Sir G. Dethick, 

Gart. Certificate in French, Q's Coll. Oxf. MSS. 37, fo. 24, and 39, fo. 25 ; 

Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 60 ; Grants L, 117 ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 140, fo. 25, 

copy of grant ; Stowe MS. 676, fo. IS**. 
Marshe, .... of London, grocer, .... on a piece of vellum, by Cooke, made 

certayne Scotchn. for his buryall Monday, 25 Oct. 1602. Add. MS. 14,295, 

fo. 27" ; Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 118^ and 1422, fo. 57" ; Stowe MS. 670, 

fo. 70 ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 101. 
„ Gabriel, Servant to the Duke of Buckingham, .... 1627. Harl. MSS. 1422, 

fo. 57'', and 5887, fo. 111. 
Marsh, John, s. of John, of JLartou, par. of Langdon, Kent, confirmation and 

grant of crest 10 June 1616, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 75" ; Harl. 

MS. 1470, fo. 208 and 74, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. ; Guil. 383 savs 

16"' June ; Grants I., 391 ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 76. 
Marshe, Richard, of Worcestershire, coat and crest .... Barker's Grants, Harl. 

MS. 5846, fo. 71" ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 66. 
Marsh, Richard, and 1 of Longdon, Kent, confirmed .... by Segar. Add. 

„ Thomas, his eldest son, J MS. 12,225, fo. 75. 
Marshe, Thomas, Clerk of the Council of the Star Chamber, 21 May 1571, by Cooke. 

Misc. Gen. et Her., 2nd S., vol. iv., p. 56, facsimile ; Stowe MS. 670, fo. 20" ; 

Add. MS. 14,297, fo. 38" ; a new coat 8 March 1578-9, by Sir G. Dethick, 

Gart., Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 82" ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 37, and Add. MS. 

12,442, fo. 27, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. ; died 1624 in Harl. MS. 1422, 

fo. 57"; Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 15"; see Harl. MS. 1116, fo. 92"; Stowe 

MS. 703, fo. 40" ; Oat. Her. Exhib. Soc. of Antiq., No. 220. 
Marshall, .... of London, crest .... Barker's Grants between 1526—49, 

Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 77 ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 69". 



GRA.NTEES OF A.HMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 165 

Locksmith alias Maushall, .... servant to Sir Fraiiui.s Bacon : arj;., a clicv. 

ht'twetn three horseshoes sa., a chief gu by Segar. Add. Mb. 12,225, 

iu. 72 ; llarl. MS. (iUO, fo. 49. , ^ n 

Marshall, lleiuy, of Carlton, Notts, confirmed 1 June 1502. (Harvey s Grants), 
Add. MS. 16,9-10, fo. 57''; Grants II., 564 ; Misc. Marescall, ii., pt. 2, 

„ John, Alderm. of London ; 15 Sept. 1556, by Hawley ? Add. MS. 16,940, 

fo. 208\ , , ^^ , , 

„ John and Henry, of Southwark, s. of Richard, of Cockwood, Yorks, s ut 

Thos., 8. of Richard ; 21 Dec. 1611, by Camden, and pedigree, llarl. MS. 

6095, fo. 16 ; Morgan's Sphere of the Gentry, p. Ill ; llarl. MS. lo61, 

fo. 134. „ , -.-, 

„ John, of London, viatner, 14 Dec. 1647, by E. Bysslie, Gart. Harl. Ma. 

6140, fo. 18. 
„ Nicholas, s. of Ralph, s. of William, all of Barking, crest 10 Dic. lo/S, by 

Cooke, Clar. Le Neve's MS. 493. 
Richard, of Ivy House in the par. of Strood or Street, co. Somerset, 1 June 

1573, by Sir G. Dethick. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 79" ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, 

Robert, of the Castle of Carrigonaii, co. Cork, one of H.M.'s Council in the 
province of Munster, and George, his brother, one of H.M.'s esquires : out 
of Yorks. Harl. MSS. 5887, fo. 104, and 6140, fo. 42. 
Marshal, Thomas, of Mitchelham, Sussex, s. of Edward, of Hitchiu, 2 Dec. 1612, 

by Camden. Morgan's Sphere, 117 ; Cains Coll. Camb. MS. 551, fo. 28^ 
Marsham, Robert, of Little Melton, Norfolk, 12 May 1517, 9 H. VIII., by 
T. Wriothesley, Gart. Le Neve's MS. 352. 
„ C Thomas, of Grafton Park, Northants, arm. ; 
„ I John, of Whornes Place, Kent, one of ihe six Clerks in ChuiRvry ; 

1 Ferdinaudo, Esq"' of the body to the King ; alteration of arms at Oxford 
11 March, 20 Chas., 1644-5, by Walker, Gart. Add. MS. 14,294, fo. 30" ; 
Her. Coll., 25. 
Marstox, John, Esq., late of the Middle Temple, councillor at the lawes, now of 
the city and county of Coventry, s. of John, s. of Ralph, of Salop ; 
cxeraplitied (29) Nov. 1587, by W"' Dethick, Gart. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 37, 
fo. 98, for copy of exemplification ; Stowe MS. 676, fo. 69, s. of Ralph, s. of 
John. 
Marten, .... of Bildeston, Suff., .... 1600. Berry. 

Marton or Martyn, Annie, mother to ... . Askewe .... 1589, by Cooke. 
Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 100; Stowe MS. 702, fo. 115; Harl. MS. 1441, 
fo. 144". 
Martyn, Sir Christopher, of Barton (or Bourton), co. Camb., Kiit., granted June 
1601, and to his brethren, by Camden. Cott. MS. Faustina E. 1, U ; 
Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 17", 5839, fo. 2", 2275, fo. 90", and 1115, fo. 8"; 
Guil. 212, 214. 
Martin Cuihbert;, of London, esq., and sometime Alderm., descended out of Lane, 
8. of William ; afterwards Knighted ; 31 A us. 1615, by Segar. Add. JIS. 
12,225, fo. 75"; C. 21 [Visit, of Essex, 1634], Her. Coll.; Harl. MS. 
6140, fo. 62". 
Marton, .John, of London, .... Add. MS. 2('),702, fo. 77. 

Martyn, John, of co. Devon, 24 Q. Eliz 1581, "who went round about the 

world with Sir Francis Drake, 1577 " : gu., on a chev. or three talbots 
passant sa. ; crest, on a sphere an eagle arg., ducally gorged, by Sir G. 
Dethick. Harl. MSS. 1441, fo. 102", and 5847, fo. 52 ; Q's Coll. Oxf. 
MS. 145, fo. 53. ,. u J 

Martyne, Richard, of London, esq., now as well Warden of the Exchange and 
money within the Tower of London, as also of coynage of golde and silver 
within the same place, or elsewhere within the realme of England, as also 



166 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII, CENTURY. 

one of the assistants of the society of the niinerall and batrye workes 

within the said Realme of England. Allowed and crest granted to him 

10 Jan. 1572-3. Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 21^, and 1422, fo. 51 ; Add. MS. 

14,295, fo. 15 ; Harl. MS. 1116, fo. 43^ 
Martyn, Roger, of Long Melford, Siiff., Alderm. of London, gift between 155 ... . 

and 156 (Harvey's Grants), Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 58''. 

Maetinus, Samuel, practical Master in theology, History and philosophy ; by 

Nation a Bohemian, s. of Peter, a man well deserving the ecclesiastical 

function ; by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 76. 
Martyn, Thomas, of Martins, Dorset, gent., augmentation to arms and crest 

20 Nov., 2 and 3 Phil, and Mary, 1556, by Sir G. Dethick. Q's Coll. Oxf. 

MSS. 37, fo. 35, and 39, fo. 58, for copy of grant in French ; Harl. MS. 

1359, fo. 64 ; Stowe MS. 676 ; Grants L, 115. 
Marwood, William, of Plymouth and Plimstock, Devon, esq., crest given .... 

1596, by R. Lee. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 122 ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 39". 
Mascall, .... of Essex and of London, mercht., Sept. 1671, by Sir E. Bysshe, 

Clar. Stowe MS. 697, fo. 121. 
Masham, William, of Shakerland Hall, Suft'., and now citizen and Alderm. of 

Loudon ; 12 Jan. 1583-4, by Sir G. Dethick. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 69" ; 

June in Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 14. 
Mason, Richard, esq., 5 Feb. 1668-9, by Sir E. Walkei-, Gart. Her. Coll., fo. 65 ; 

Stowe MS. 697, fo. 118". 
„ Stephen, of Loudon gifc .... 1560 .... (Harvey's Grants), Add. 

MS. 16,940, fo. 57. 
„ John, s. of William, of Yorks, Cuat confirmed and crest granted by Cooke. 

Harl. MS. 1410, fo. 59 and 59". 
Massey, John de, of Tattou, appellant, \ claimed same arms ; both disallowed at 
„ John de, of Pottiugton, defendant, / Gloucester 14 Nov., R. IL (? 1378). 
Harl. MS. 1507, fo. 423, and Q's 

Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 143, for copy of proceedings ; Le Neve's MS. 423. 
„ Toby, one of y^ captains of y= Militia of y" city of London, and painter- 

stainer, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 76 ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 79. 
Massie, Sir Getfrey, of Tattou, coat and crest .... Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 

5846, fo. 72 ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 68. 
Massingberd, Thomas, of Gunby, co. Leic, gift arms 27 May, 6 H. VIIL, 1514, 

by T. Wriotliesley, Gart., and T. Benolte, Clar. Crest by same to same, 

10 May, 5 H. VIII. Add. MS. 17,506, fo. 38". 
Master, James, of East Landen, Kent, and \ 2 May 1608, by Camdeu. Visit, of 
„ John, of Sandwich, Kent, J Kent, 1619 — 44, edited by Howard ; 

Arch. Cant., vol. v., 238 ; Her. and 

Geneal., ii., 434, copy of gi-ant, Brit. Mus. ; Le Neve's MS. 356. 
„ Michael, of Wilsbort)Ugh, Kent, Marshal of the Hall to K. James ; exemplified 

20 May 1620, by Segar. Misc. Gen. et Her., 2ud S., vol. iv., p. 72, copy 

of grant, Brit. Mus. 
„ Richard, of Northants (or Oxfordshire), crest 2 July 1566, by G. Dethick, 

Gart. Stowe MS. 676, fo. 30. 
„ Richard, Doc. Phys. and phys. to Q. Eliz., s. of Robert, of Wilsborough, 

Kent; arms and crest 1 Dec. 1568, by (J. Dethick, Gart., Cooke, aud 

Flower. (Exemplified to Michael Master of AVilsborough, Kent, Marshal 

of the Hall to King Jas., by Segar, 20 May 1620.) Harl. MS. 1441, 

fo. 70", as Masteies ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 133, copy of grant 

in Latiu (MS. 145, fo. 16) ; Misc. Gen. et Her., 2nd S., vol. iv., 

p. 72 ; Her. and Geueal., ii., 433 ; 1 Nov. in Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 78 ; 

Arch. Cant. (Visit. Kent), vol. iv., p. 259 ; MS. Ashm. 844, fo. 46, copy of 

grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Guil. 180; Grants I., 91. 
„ William, of Heytesbury, Wilts, arms and crest. Barker's Grants ; (Maister 

in Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 75") ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 69 ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 5. 



GEANTEES OF AKMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 167 

Master, William le, LL.D. and D.D., of Camb., p;niiit 17 Nov. 1 587, bv W. Dcthick, 
Gart. Stowe MS. 67G, fo. 73 ; Harl. MS. U-2-2, ib. 7iS ; Q's Cull. Oxf. MS. 
37, fo. 105, copy of prant in Latin. 
Matchet, ,Iohn, 1627, see Machet. 

Mathek, Christoplier, of Seacroft, Yovks, 11 Feb. 157.i-0, by Flower. MS. Ashni. 
834, fo. 15, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib.; Her. and (iencal, iii., SCO; 
Gnil. 41. 
Mathew, Dame Mary, wife of Sir Andrew .lude, late Lmd Mnyur of Tiondon ; 
.5 or 10 Oct."l55S, by Hervey. Misc. (ien. el lb r., l'ihI S , vol. ii., p. 1, 
facsimile; dan. and h. of Thomas Mathew of i 'nlcin sn r, Essex, see Add. 
MS. 16,940, fo. 52" ; Cat. Her. Exliib. Soc. of Antic]., X.i. 212. 
„ (William), of Ti-esenfjar in Cornwall. 
JLvTTOCK, Nicholas, of Hitchin, Herts, pant 23 Jnly, 9 II. VIL, 1-191, by 
Eiehmont Clar. Laurence's Nobility of the Brit. Gentry, 9 ; Misc. Geu. 
et Her., 2nd S., vol. v., p. 329, facsimile ; Harl. MS. 1507, fo. 7, copy of 
grant, Brit. Mus. ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 17, copy of grant. 
Maudeley, John, of Somerset, arms and crest .... Barker's Grants, Hai-1. MS. 

5846, fo. 78 ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 69". 
Mavdley, Roger (s. of John, s. of Richard, of Nonney, co. Somerset, gent.), confirmed 
18 June 1532, by Benolte. Stowe MS. 676, fo. 14 ; copy of grant, Q's 
Coll. Oxf. MS. 37, fo. 9, ex. Mag. Reg., G. Dethick ; (1537 in Berry) ; 
Grants II., 531. 
Maundy, Thomas, confirmed .... 1657, by Bysshe, Gart. Add. MS. 26,758, 
fo. 16" ; Richard in Harl. MS. 6832, fo. 414 ; see Harl. MS. 6179, 
fo. 89, for Maunder in Cumberland, out of Cornwall. See Thos. 
Mandere. 

Mautebey, erm., on a bend betw. two cottises engrailed gu. three garbs or ; 

May 1612, a patent by Camden. Harl. MS. 6095, fo. 18. 
Maw.son, Charles, Chester Herald, s. of Thomas, of Great Wigston, co. Leic, 
Captain of Horse under Ld. Loughborough ; 24 Dec. 1692, bv T. St. George, 
Gart. and Clar. Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 178 ; Grants IV., 125 ; Harl. MS. 
1085, fo. 56 ; Le Neve's MS. 492. 
„ Peter, s. of Nicholas, of Mill Beck, Kendal, a person of eminent loyalty, 
10 Feb. 1661-2, by Sir E. Walker, Gart. Her. Coll., fo. 44. 

Maxey, Anthony, of Bradwell, Essex 1587, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, 

fo. 110, and 1422, fo. 93" ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 30". 

May of Charterhouse, Somerset, and Rawmore, Sussex, 1573 : sa., a chev. 

or betw. three roses arg., a chief of the 2»'i ; crest. Berry. 
„ .... of fjondon, draper : gu., a fesse betw. eight billets or .... by Segar. 

Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 76". 
„ Elizabeth, wife to John Tedcastell .... 1590, by Cooke. Harl. j\LS. 1359, 

fo. 94 ; Stowe MS. 702, fo. 115. 
„ Thomas, of Kent, 1 May 1440, by Roger Leigh, Clar. Grants II., 629, and 

Le Neve's MS. 510. 
„ Thomas, Master of the Marshalsea ; 24 March 1574, by ? Cooke or (!. Dcthick. 
Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 121 ; (called Way in Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 118); Harl. 
MS. 5887, fo. 68, 68". 
„ Thomas, s. of Richard, of Wadhurst, Sussex : arms, gu., a fesse betw. eight 
billets or ; crest, a lion's head and neck couped. Ilarl. MS. 1422, fo. 12 ; 
Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 71" ; Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 40. 
„ Thomas, of Stoke by Nayland, Suff., 4 Jan. 1687-8, by Sir T. St. George, 
Gart. and Clar. : gu., two barulets erm. bew. six billets or. Harl. MS. 
6834, fo. 178 ; Grants III., fo. 339 ; Lansd. MS. 867, fo. 52. 
Maycocke, .... printer. Little Britain, London, confirmed. Harl. MS. 6179, 

fo. 51". 
Maycote ats Mackwith, Cavagliero, of Reculver, Kent, 2 Nov. 1604, bv 
Camdeu. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 18", and 6095, fo, 2" ; Guil. 157, 



168 GRANTEES OF AEMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

Maydeley, .... crest .... Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 58-1:6, fo. 75 ; Stowe MS. 
092, fo. 69''. 

Maydwell, Thomas, of Geddington, Nortliants, gent. 

„ Thoby, and 1 his bros., sons of Lawrence, of Gretton, s. of Thos., s. 

„ Richard, of Gretton, J of William, etc., confirmed 3 Dec. 1621, by Camden. 

Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 135 ; Harl. MS. 1507, 

fo. 387, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. ; Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 53'' ; (entered in 

the large book of patents, p. 388) ; (163i in Berry) ; Le Neve's MS. 

fo. 387, 388 and 358. 

Mayfield, Owen, Alderm. and Mayor of Cambridge ; 9 Oct. 1684, by Sir W. 
Dugdale and Clar. Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 178 ; Grants III, 248 ; Lansd. 
MS. 867, fo. 52. 

Mayhewe, Robert, of Clippesby, Norfolk, confirmed 9 Nov. 1563, by Hervey. 
Guil. 284 ; Grants I., 314. 
„ .... of Hemingston, SufF., by Camden. Harl. MS. 1085, fo. 16. 

Maynaru, Henry, of Esten, Herts, .... 1590, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, 
fo. 101". 
„ Sir William, Knt. and Bart., created Baron Maynard of Wicklow in 
Ireland by K. Jas. ; confirmation of arms (quarterly of 4) and crest 
and grant of supporters 26 Nov. 1621, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, 
fo. 77. 

Mayne, Alex^ of London, 1626, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 77. 

Maine, Bennett, of Creslowe, Bucks, crest June 1604, by Camden. Harl. MS. 
6095, fo. 18" ; Stowe MS. 677, fo. 5 ; Mayne in Guil. 254 ; Harl. MS. 
5887, fo. 4". 

Mayor, John, of Southampton [Gu., an anchor erect in pale arg., on a chief or 
two roses of ye first ; crest, out of a wreath a Greyhound's head couped 
gu., collared or], descended out of the parish of Hanway in the isle of 
Jersey from S^ Marius Mayor or Mager, who flourished in the time H. VII. 
and VIII. and served in the wars of H. VII., by Segar .... Add. MS. 
12,225, fo. 77". 

Mayor, Maior, "] Captain of Lubecke. Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 76. 

Meyger, Sir Marke, I Angm. per letters patent at Greenwich 10 Dec. 

(Mark Major, a German), f 1533, H. VIII., nat" femp. H. VIII. [Knighted at 

Meyer, Sir Mark, J Greenwich by Hen. VIII., Stowe MS. 676]. MS. 

Ashm. 858, fo. 4-5 [has Major], copy of grant, 

Bodleiau Lib. ; Harl. MS. 4900, fo. 1" [has Meyger] ; [Harl. MS. 1408, 

fo. 41, has Marcus Mayger] ; Stowe MS. 676, fo. 15 [has Maior]; 

Grants II., 691. 

Meir (Meyer), Mayer or Mayor, Matthew, of the North, granted 9 Nov. 1547, 
1 Ed. VI. [Gu., an oak tree in pale betw. two swans arg., thereon an 
anchor sable pendant, on a chief or a pellet charged with a portcullis 
chained and ringed of ye 4th betw. two roses dimidiated of the field. 
Crest, a greyhound's head couped and pted p pale arg. and vert within a 
plume of [4] feathers arg. and vert (Stowe MS. 676)], by Gilb. Dethick, 
Norr. Q's Coll. Oxf. MSS. 37, fo. 13, and 39, fo. 8 ; Harl. MS. 1507, 
fo. 434, copy of grant in Latin, Brit. Mus. ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 4'' ; Sir 
Matthias, of the isle of Jerseys, gu., an anchor erect in pale or, on a chief 
of the second three roses of the field, in Berry ; Grants I., 107 ; Le Neve's 
MS. 434. 

Meadows or Medows, James. D.D., Quartering Brock, by Segar and Camden, 
crest, etc., .... 1600^ Add. MSS. 14,295, fo. 77, and 12,225, fo. 79 ; 
Harl. MSS. 6140, fo. 35'', and 1441, fo. 161". 

Meadows, Sir Philip, his lady was dan. and h. of . . . . Lucy ; 20 Feb. 1662-3, by 
Walker. Her. Coll., fo. 49 ; Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 72". 

Meautis, John, of Calais, 12 Aug. 1494, by Richmout ais Clar. Misc. Gen. et Her., 
3rd S,, vol. i., p. 65, copy of grant, Brit. Mus, 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE IVII. CENTURY. 169 

Medlky, Robert, of London, s. of John, of Newsted, Yorks, 25 June 1580, by 

Cooke. Had. MS. 1359, fo. 122^ 
Meerest or Meekehurst, Henry, serjant of ye Bakehouse to H. VIII., by 
T. Benolt, Clar. I. 9 ; U. 8 [Visit. Herefordsh. and Wales, 1530, Her. 
Coll.] ; Harl. MSS. G179, fo. 20, and 1397, fo. 118'>. 
:\Ie(;gs, ■\Villiani, of London, 24 June 1579, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 101" ; 

4th of June in Add. MS. 14,295, fo. IG" : Add. MS. 4966, fo. 86. 
:Mkli)RED, John, Alderm. of London 1425. See Melreth. 

:\lEr,i,OR, John, of Came, Dorset, confirmed 24 June 1586 ; s. of John, by ... . 
dau. of John Wolley ; by W. Dethick, Garfc. 20"' of June in Stowe MS. 
676, fo. 65'^ ; Q's Coll. 0,\f. MS. 37, fo. 92, copy of grant. 
[Mei.reth, William, Mercer, Alderm. of London 1430, Sheriff 1425-6, M.P. for 
London 1427, 1429, 1432 {see Beaven's Aldermen of the City of London). 
A slip is inserted on which Joseph Foster has written : 
" Ar. 109. last pasje but 4. 
John Meldrcd, Alder, of London 1425." 
Arundel MS. 109 is a missal of the 15th century bequeathed by William 
Melreth, Alderman of London, to the Chnri'h of St. Laurence, Old Jewry, 
in Jannary 1446. The l;ist page but 4 in this MS. has nothing about 
arms on it ; it is part of the text of the missal and runs straight on. On 
fo. 263'', or two pages from the end, is an illumination of The Trinity, with 
a donor kneeling (? Melreth) and two coats of arms. 

At the top of the slip Joseph Foster has written : " important & 
valuable. With additions from ' the Labored pedigrees,' by Mundy, AVithie 
& otiiers." The MS. here referred to I have been unable to trace.] 
Meltox, John, of Tottenham Higli Cross, Middx., 31 Aug. 1626, by R. St. George, 
Gart. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 65 ; J.P. and 1 Sept. in Guil. 363. 
„ William s. of William, late of city of Chester, ratified and confirmed 2 Jan. 
1560-1, by Dalton. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 48". 
Menkes, Matliew,'of the Inner Temple, esquire, s. of Andrew, gent., s. of Matthew, 
of Kent, gent., a patent 10 July 1616, by Camden. Harl. MSS. 6095, 
fo. 34", and 1422, fo. 40"; Guil. 260; copy of grant Harl. MS. 1432, 
fo. 160. 

Meoiiye, .... crest Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 76" ; Stowe MS. 

692, fo. 69", slightly different crest, though probably intended for the 
same, as 
„ George, of North Hall, Essex, coat and crest .... Barker's Grants, Harl. 
MS. 5846, fo. 72" ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 68", as John. 
Merchant Adventurers of Londox, The Company of, grant of arms, crest and 
supporters 13 Nov. 1616, by Segar and Camden. Add. MS. 12,225, 
fo. 79. See also East India. 
Merchants' (Fellowship of), tiading with Braband, Flanders, Holland and 
Selland (John Wylishe, their master), by Roger Machado, Richmont Clar. 
(No date— betw. 1493 and 1516.) MS. Ashm. 858, fo. 27, 28, copy of 
grant. Bodleian Lib. 
Merchants Trading to France, To the Governor and Company of, French 
Merciiants, grant of arms, crest and supporters, by Segar. Add. MS. 
12,225, fo. 79". 
„ Trading to Canaries, 1 June, 17 Chas. II., 1665, by E. Walker, Gart. 
Add. MS. 5533, fo. 12. 
Merchant Taylors, of the fraternity of S. John Baptist in London, arms and 
crest 23 Oct. 1480, by Thomas (Holme), Clar ; confirmed 22 Hen. VIII., 
1530, by (Benolte), Clar. ; coat altered, new crest and supporters 23 Dec. 
1586, by Cooke. Mercht. Taylors' Guild, by C. M. Clode, 1875 ; Add. JIS. 
14,295, fo. 21 ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 72". In both MSS. 1556 an error 
for 1586. 
Meredith, Edward ap, s. of Griffith, s. of Thomas, of Milenoth, co. Radnor .... 



170 GRAKTEES OP ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

1574, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 113^ and 1422, fo. 95" ; Add. MS. 

496(1, fo. 61". 
Mekedeth, Sir William, of Stanstye, co. Denbigh, Knt., paymaster of the King's 

Majesties forces in the Low Countries (lineally descended from Eouvdd, one 

of the principal and auntient Nobility of "Wales), to the which William 

Mei'edith, his brethren and their posterity W. Camden, Clar., assigned, 

ratified and confirmed his crest, Quarterly (? 1607). Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 

146, fo. 43 ; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. Ill ; Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 25, and 

1422, fo. 114". 
Meufynland, .... crest .... Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 77'' ; Stowe 

MS. 692, fo. 69". 
Mekuett, Christopher, D'' in physic and fellow Coll. of Phys., London, and 

„ Francis, his brother, 13 July 1666. Bysshe's (Tmnts, Her. Coll., fo. 18 ; 

Harl. MSS. 1105, fo. 20, and 1470, fo. 112, copv of grant, Brit. Mus. ; 

Guil. 401. 
Merrick, . . . ., a gent, to the cornp of Kussia ; he mar , dau. of Sir Francis 

Cherry ; a-z., a fess undee arg., in chief two mullets pierced or, impaling 

Cherry ; 24 Oct. 1601, by Segar. Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 86 ; Add. MS. 

12,225, fo. 80. 
Merick, Andrew, of West Camell in Somerset, .... 1589, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 

1359, fo. 96, and 1441, fo. 132". 
„ Gelly, of Hascard, co. Pembroke, gent., crest 1 Dec. 1583, by G. Dethick, 

Gart. Stowe MS. 677, fo. 9 ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 88, fo. 107, copy of 

patent ; Grants L, 200 ; Stowe MS. 606, fo. 60", copy of patent. 
Merrick, Jan, Ambassador from England to Russia 1614, ? cei'tified ; perhaps not 

a grant. Caius Coll. Camb. MS. 528, fo. 5. 
Merrifield, Ralph, of Thornhill and Denisham, Dorset, s. of John, of the house 

of Merrifield, Somerset, coat confirmed and crest granted 10 Sept. 1616 or 

1623 (14 .Jac), by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 80; Guil. 124; Harl. 

MSS. 6179, fo. 32", and 6140, fo. 77. 
Marffyn (Mervin), Thomas, of Dover Court, Kent, gent., crest. Barker's Grants, 

Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 73 ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 68". 
Mertweather, Edward, of Barfreston, Kent ; Nov. 1607, by Camden. Harl. MS. 

1422, fo. 20" ; of Eythorn [co. Kent] in Harl. MS. 6095, fo. 9". 
Merrewether, John, of Sheperswould or Sibbertswold, Kent, s. of Richard, s. of 

Edward ; served in the expedition to Calais, and also in Flanders ; crest 

26' July 1609, by Segar ? and Camden. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 99 ; Harl. 

MS. 6140, fo. 25" bis. 
Metcalfe, Mathew, s. of Lucas, of Bedal [Bedale, co. York], 29 Sept. 1581, by 

Cooke. Surtees XLL, xli., copy of grant, Brit. Mus. ; Grants L, 16. 
„ Thomas, gent., citizen and goldsmith of London, granted 25 March, 1 and 2 

Philip and Mary, 1554-5, by Harvey. Q's Coll.'' Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 54, copy 

of grant ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 62 ; Grants II., 543 ; Merchant taylor in 

Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 58. 
Metham, Dorcas (Smitu), dau. of John, of High Holborn, Middx., and 

„ Isaac, of One house, all in ye Co. of SufF., by Sir R. St. George, Clar. Harl. 

MS. 1441, fo. 153. 
Mewsse, Arthur (alias Mowss), 2nd s. of Richd., s. of Richd., of Woobnrn, Bedf., 

quartering Scott, i3 Dec. 1623, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 80" ; 

Guil. 210. 
Meyger, see Mayor. 
Meysey, John, of Shakenhurst, co. AVorc, 10 Nov., 25 H. VIII., 1518, (?) by 

Benolte. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 16 ; Add. MS. 19,816, fo. 115 ; Harl. MSS. 

5887, fo. 50, and 1116, fo. 39". 
MiCAULT, family of, of L'IsIe de France, certificate at length by Pierre d'Hozier, 

Toloze Herald, 18 June 1621 [1634?]. Harl. MSS. 1441, fo. 8", and 

1442, fo. 21. 



GKANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CEMTURY. 171 

JIiCAULT, Claude de, Cortifioate by Pierre d'Hozicr, Toulouse Herald, 18 [?28] Juae 
l('>3-i. Ilari. MS. 1470, fo. l.")t [? the same document]. 

JIiCiiKLL, Humphrey, of Old Windsor, Berks, out of Yorkshire ; confirmed 7 Apr. 
15S1. hy Flower. MS. Ashm. 84-1, to. 39, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; 

JIiTciiEi,!,. William, of Morthara, Yorks, .... by Bysshe. Stowe MS. 703. fo. 70. 
MiuivLETHWAYT, Elias, .... 6 Nov. 1026, by Borough. Surtees, xxxvi., p. 280, 

copy of grant, Brit. Mas., Karl. MS. 1105, fo. P. 
MiDDLECOT, of CO. Liuc, .... az., an eagle displayed crni., on a chief gu. 

three escallops or. by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 81. 
MiDDLETOX, David, of Westerliani, Kent, descended from Middleton of Belsay 

Castle, Northumberland ; confirmation of arms, quarterly of 4, and crest 

17 Dec, 8 Jac, IGIO, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 80"; Guil. 382 ; 

Harl. MS. 1562, fo. 128''. 
„ Hugh, of Loudon, Goldsmith, created a baronet 22 Aug. 1G22, and of Ruthin, 

CO. Denbigh, made " a uew cut or river of fresh water" ; 6th s. Richard, 

s. of David, receiver of North VYales, etc. ; grant of new coat and crest 

1 Nov. 1622, by Camden. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 136, and Harl. MS. 

1507. fo. 382, copv of grant ; Le Neve's MS. 382. 
MiDKi-TOX, William, of co". . . . ., gent., 23 Apr., 10 Eliz., 1568 (or 1560), by Sir 

G. Dethick, Gart. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 88 ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, 

fo. 45. 
MiHiLL, .... Norfolk, confirmed .... by R. Cooke, Clar. Harl. MS. 1422, 

fo. 82, sable, a fesse betw. three lozenges ermine, a crescent for diif. ; crest, 

a mailed arm embowed argt. holding a scimitar arg., handle or ; and Stowe 

MS. 706, fo. 20. 
„ Robert, of Noithampton, .... 1587, by Cooke, Clar. Harl. MS. 1442, 

fo. 82 : Stowe MS. 706, fo. 20. 
JIylborxe [Milbourxe], Sir John, Alderra. of London, coat and crest .... 

Barker's Gi-ants 1526—40 ; Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 75 ; Stowe MS. 692, 

fo. 69 ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 92 ; Lord Mayor 1521, with crest, Hen. VIL, 

in Add. MS. 26.702, fo. 39. 
„ Richard, D.D., Bp. of (St. David's 1615 and of Carlisle 1621), confirmed 

June 1615, by W. Camden, Clar. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 40, and 6095, 

fo. 32^ 
ilir.DE.MAV. Thomas, of Mursey, Essex, sent., patent of arms and crest by Hawley, 

at London 15 May 1542, 34 H. VIIL Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 5*, and 1507, 

fo. 433, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. ; and Q's Coll. Oxf. MSS. 38, fo. 42, and 

39, fo. 3, copy of grant ; Add. MSS. 16,940, fo. 200, and 7098, fo. 76, 

25"' of May ; Le Neve's MS. 433. 
:\rii.nMAY. Sii- Walter, of Chelmsford, Essex, Knt., coat and crest 38 Hy. VIIL, 

l,-,n;. changed in 1566. Stowe MS. 692, fo. 68 ; Barker's Grants, Harl. 

MS. r,siG. fo. 71"; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 65^ 
„ Sir Walter, Knt., of Essex, after Chancellor of the Exchequer ; grant or gift 

20 ^lav 1552, 6 Ed. VI., by Sir Gilb. Dethick, Gart. Original grant, Cott. 

MS. Faustina E. I, 15 ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 43 (and also 100 for 

another coat), copy of grants; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 29"; Guil. 147, 

restitution of the ancient arms 20 Ausr. 1 583, by Cooke, declaring Sir W. 

Mildmav's descent from the time of K. Stephen ; Misc. Gen. et Her., ii., 

261 ; Harl. MS. 24.5, fo. 142, 145; MS. Ashm. 858, fo. 234-6, copy of 

grant, Bodleian Lib. 
MiLDEMAY, Sir Walter, Knt., of Apethorne, Northants, descended of Thos. Mildmay 

of Chelmsford, Essex, arms confirmed and crest granted 10 Nov., 1 Q. Eliz., 

1559, by Sir Gilb. Dethick, Gart. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 100 ; Harl. 

MS. 1359, fo, 78. 
Myleham, Gregory, of Barningham. Norfolk, certificate 4 Feb. IC.U-lo, by Segar. 

Add. ]\iS. 12.225, fo. 83'>. 



172 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

MiLESON, Edward, of Bury St. Edmunds, Sufi'., (arms) crest 1012, by K. St. C4eor<;e, 
Norr. Add. MS. U,295, fo. 81 ; C. 15 [Visit, of Sntt"., 1612], col. 2, 
fo. 250 ; Had. MSS. 1085, fo. 25, 6179, fo. 12, and 6140, fo. 69. 
Military Company, the arms of the, and others exercising military discipline of 
arms in the artillery Garden of London, by Segar and Camden (fo. 10) ; 
confirmed March 1639, bv Borough (fo. 10"). Add. MS. 26,758, fo. 10 
and 10", trick. 
Mill, Edmond (of Pulbergh, Sussex, 1359), 12 Aug., 29 H. VI., 1450, by John 
Smert, Gavt. Cott. MS. Faustina E. 1, 12, copy of grant in French ; Q's 
Coll. Oxf. MS. 146, fo. 462 ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 17 ; Add. MS. 14,295, 
fo. 19" ; Harl. MS. 1116, fo. 48". 
„ Hugh, of Futford, Devon, clerk, 17 .July 1661, by Sir E. Walker, Gart. Her. 

Coll., fo. 41. 
„ John, of Southampton (? Banneret), s. of Richd., s. of Thomas, who was full 
cozen to Edmond Mill of Pulbergh, Sussex ; augmentation, three hinds' 
heads erased ppr., and the crest guttee d'eau, confirmed by Benolt, 
25 H. VIII., 1533-4. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 19" ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 17 ; 
Q's Coll. 0.xf. MS. 146, fo. 462; Harl. MSS. 5887. fo. 51, and 1116, 
fo. 48". 
„ John, B.D., fellow of Queen's Coll., Oxf., and Preb. of Exeter ; 1 July 1678, 
by W. Dugdale, Gart., and H. St. George, Norr. Stowe MS. 714. fo. 167, 
copy of grant, and Grants III., fo. 90. Sable, a millstone or with a fer de 
moulin thereon (iu fesse) of the first, and on a chief arg. three eaglets 
displayed gu. Crest : A dexter arm habited with a bachelor of divinity's 
sleeve sa., the hand ppr. holding an open book arg., covered gules. Harl. 
MS. 6179, fo. 46. 
„ John, Chaplain in Ordinary, a new coat 3 July 1684, by Sir W"" Dugdale, 
Gart. and Clar. Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 178 ; Grants III., fo. 243 (and 
Burke) ; alteration and addition, Lansd. MS. 867, fo. 52. 
Miller, . . . ., 4 coats [Millor . . . ., Millor of co. Line, or London, Miller of Came, 
CO. Dorset, Richard Myller of Plumpton in Cumberland]. Stowe MS. 703, 
fo. 88. 
„ Sir John, of Islington, Middx., Knt., s. of Henry, of Barnstaple, Devon, by 
Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 81"; C. 28, fo. 36 [Visit. Middx., 1634], 
2"* Index, Her. Coll. ; Guil. 375. 
„ Major John, born at Ballienston, co. Armagh (s. of Robert, of Huntingdon), 
a captain iu the " Colestreamers " under Monke, Adjutant-Genl, etc.; 
27 May 1672, by Sir E. Bysshe, Gart. Add. MS. 14,293, fo. 67 ; Harl. 
MS. 1172, fo. 65"; (Guil. 69); copy of grant, Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 123. 
Myller, Rychard, of Plompton in Cumberland, .... by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, 

fo. 97, and 1422, fo. 85 ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 87. 
Miller, Thomas, Mayor of Chichester and J. P. ; 16 Feb. 168J, by Sir W. Dugdale 
and Clar. Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 178 ; Grants III., fo. 255 ; Lansd. MS. 
867, fo. 52. 
MiLLETT, John, of Hayes Court, Midd.x., Esq., s. of Richard, s. of John, of the 
sauie ; a patent .... Dec. 1616, by Camden. Harl. MSS. 6095, fo. 35, 
and 1422, fo. 40". 
Mills, Francis, servant to Sir Francis Walsingham, Knt., by Cooke .... Harl. 
MSS. 1359, fo. 94", and 1422, fo. 89. 
„ John, of Cashiobery in Thundridge by Warr (Ware), Herts, and his brother 
„ Thomas; a patent Nov. I(;i3, bv Camden, Mills impaling Longford. Harl. 
MSS. 6095, fo. 28, and 1422, to. 38". 

MiLLES, Richard, of Kuightiiigton, Berks, 1588, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, 

fo. 115" ; (by Rouge Crosse, Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 136); Harl. MS. 5887, 
fo. 24 ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 84" ; Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 19. 
Mills, Kicliard, of London, Esq., 18 Feb. 1662. Bysshe's Grants, fo. 12, Her. 
Coll.; Harl. jMS. 1105, fo. 19. 



GRANTEES OF AKMS TO THE 15ND OF THE XVII. CENTUUT. 173 

MiLLES, Thomas, of Norton Court, near Faversham, esquire for the body of 

K. James the first, and chief Customer of Kent ; given 12 Oct. 1580, by 

Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. ll-l^ and 1422, fo. 89, and of Anne, his 

wife, dau. of John Policy ats Polliill, gent., of Otford in Kent, Ian. 

1009, by Camden. Milles impaling Pollev, quartering IJucklund and 

Sandbach, Harl. MS. 0095, fo. 10" ; (Add. MS. 1966, fo. 100). 
Mills, William, of London, descended from Mills of Cornwall : az., a mill cluck in 

fess or, 3 April 1628, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 81 ; Harl. JIS. 

1092, fo. 113, as Mill. 
MiLNER, . . . ., Cornwall and Yorks : erm., three wolves' heads ppr. couped gu. 

.... patent, by Camden. Harl. MS. 6095, fo. 21''. 
Milton, John [Captain ?], of London (mayor added), [testified] by W. Ryley, 

Lancaster Herald. Stowe MS. 703, fo. 64. 
MiLWAUD, John, D.D., Attendant Chaplain of divinity to the Queen's most 

excellent Majesty; 10 Mav (42 Eliz.) 1000, by W. Dethick, Gart. 

Grants L, 344—7. 
MiNERALL AND Battrey Workes akd CORPORATION (or MINERS), arms, crest and 

supporters 20 Feb. 1569-70, by Sir G.* Dethick, Cooke and Flower. Q's 

Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 24" ; Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 72 ; and MS. Ashm. 844, 

fo. 19, 20, 27, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. 
Mines, Royall, Corporation of : arms, crest and supporters 28 May 1568, by Sir G. 

Dethick, Cooke and Flower. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 72"; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 

145, fo. 17. 
Mingay, John, of Armingall, Norfolk, .... 1590, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1422, 

fo. 23". 
Minshull, Sir Richard, alteration in, or a new crest. Hy., L^ Mowbray and 

Matravers, Dep. E. Marshal's Warr', 4 July 1642, to Sir William le Neve, 

[Clarencieux] King of Arms. Harl. MS. 2119, fo. 220, copy of grant, and 

Berry's Armory ; Le Neve's MS. 473. 
MiNTERNE, John, of Newland in Batcombe, Dorset, .... 1581, by Cooke, Clar. 

Harl. MS. 1166, fo. 50. 
Mitchell, William, of Mortham, co. York, . . . . bv Bysshe. Stowe MS. 703, 

fo. 70. 
JIiTTON, see Mytton. 
MoiGNE, Sir William, Knt., grant 2 Nov. 1391, 15 R. IL, by Tho' Grendale of 

Fenton. Topographer, ii., 192 ; Guil., Intiod., p. 8 ; ' Camden's Remains, 

218, 1st edn. 
Mole, John, of Molton, Devon, .... 1592 (Berry), by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1422, 

fo. 15", and 1359, fo. 96". 
Molesworth, .... a stockingseller in London, who hath stood on the Pillory and 

byn condemned in the Star Chamber ; by W™ Dethick, Gart. ; entered by 

R. Brooke, York Herald. Harl. MS. 1453, fo. 32". [Small trick of Arms : 

Vair, an inescutcheon Azure, all within a bordure Gules, charged with eight 

crosses crosslet Argent.] 
„ John, of Helpeston, Northampt., gent., descended ont of Cornwall : an 

escocheon on vellum, by Camden. Stowe MS. 706, fo. 68. 
MoLiN, Nicholas de. Ambassador from Venice, Knighted, augmentation by Royal 

Warrant 24 Jan., 3 Jac, 1605-6. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 118 ; Harl. 

MS. 1507, fo. 397 ; Stowe MS. 840, fo. 58, copy of warrant ; for trick see 

Le Neve's MS. 397 ; MS. Rawl., B. 102, fo. 11, Bodleian Lib. 
Jl0Li\.s, James, in Shoe Lane, London, chirurgeon, and his wife Florie, 23 Aug. 
1014, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 82 ; Guil. 322 ; Harl. MS. 6140, 

fo. 79. 
Mollitor, Joachim, senator of Hamburg, augmentation by letters patent 1 Oct. 

1538. MS. Ashm. 858, fo. 8, 9, "copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. 
MoLLYSER or M0LLYNER, Laurence, of Bramford, Suff., 21 May 1064, by Sir E. 

Bysshe, Clar. Hai'l. MS. 1105, fo. 39" ; Bysshe's Grants, 31. 



174. GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

MoNiNGS, Edward, of Waldershare, Kent, confirmed 20 Nov. 1570, by Cooke. 

Guil. 93. 
MONINGTON, see Maningtox. 

MoKKE, .lohn, of Hurstoii, ytb s. of Richd., of Ashingtoii, Sussex ; 10 Nov. 1615, 
by Se<?ar. Misc. Gen. et Her., 2Dd S., vol. i,, p. 84, facsimile copy of grant, 
Brit. Mus. 

Monmouth, Humphrey, of London, Alderra coat and crest. Barker's Grants, 

Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 73 ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 68". 

MoNOUX, , crest Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 77 ; Stowe MS. 

692, fo. 69b. 
MONOX, Georo-e, Mayor of London, gent., patent 4 Oct. 1514, by T. Wnothesley, 
Gart.,' and Benolte. Guil. 362 ; Grants II., 555, as recited in exemplifica- 
tion to nephew George, next mentioned. 
„ George, of Walthamstow, Essex, nephew and heir to George ; 1514, exemplified 
10 June 1561, by Hervey. Guil. 362 ; Grants II., 555 ; Harl. MS. 1531, 
fo. 148. 
MONNOX, Henry, of Hemmingford Grey, Hunts, Esq., arms and crest granted 
10 May 1557, 3 and 4 Piilip and Mary, by G. Dethick, Gart. Q's Coll. 
Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 72, copy of grant ; Harl.MS. 1359, fo. 69'' ; Grants I., 
206. 
MOKTE-ACUTO, William dc, Earl of Salisbury, by letters patent from E. III., 
16 Sept., 13 Edw. IIL, 1339. Lansd. MS. 872, fo. 14, copy of Roy. 
Warrant, Brit. Mus. ? 
MOONE, sec NONNE. 
MOUNTGOMERY, George, Dean of Norwich, Bp. of Derry in Ireland ; confirmed .... 

1605, by Camden. Harl. MSS. 6095, fo. 20, and 5887, fo. 19^ 
More and Moore, for 34 coats see Stowe MS. 703, fo. 79—82. 
More, .... of Oxford, crest, a demi-lyon rampant or charged wich a fessc lozeugy 
of iiij per pale gu. and sa., langued gu., a crescent sa. for difF. .... by Sir 
G. Dethick, Gart. Add. MS. 26,753, fo. 123 ; Guil. 225. 

More, Alexander, of Grantham, co. Line Feb. 1635, by Borough. Harl. 

MSS. 1105, fo. 56*, and 1441, fo. 58 ; Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 92 ; Guil. 102. 
Edward, of Crabet, Sussex, s. of John More of the same, out of Salop, grant 
temp. Q. Eliz., by Sir G. Dethick, Gart. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 36, fo. 113, 
for incomplete copy of grant, Stowe MS. 676, fo. 34''. 
Moore, Edward, of Alvechurch, co. Wore', and to William Moore, merch* ; 
12 May 1666, by Sir E. Walker, Gart. Her. Coll., fo. 62. 
„ John, of Kirkedale, co. Lane, gent., crest 10 Nov., 3 Eliz., 1561, by Dalton. 
Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 51. 
More, John, a Cheshire man, a noble in Spain (L?ilbao), s. of Stephen (by a dau. 
of John Ridlev, esq.), s. of Roger by a dau. of Pigott of Salop ; Certified 
24 Jan. 1581-2, by Flower and his deputy R. Glover, Somerset Her. MS. 
Ashm. 834, fo. 50, 51, 52, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib., in Latin ; Q's Coll. 
Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 104, copy of grant in Latin, and MS. 146, fo. 136 ; Le 
Neve's MS. 372. 
Moore, John, of Ipswich, Sufif., .... 1586, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 13, 

and 1359, fo. 89'' ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 35". 
More. John, Sec. to Q. Anne Boleine, wife to Hen. VIII., and 

Edmond, of Shoreditch, sons of Thomas, s. and h. Robert, of co. Line, gent. ; 
14 July 1593, by Cooke. Misc. Gen. et Her., i., 309 ; Her. and Geneal, 
i., 83; Add. MS. 14,293, fo. 20"; Harl. MS. 1137, fo. 125, quartering 
Gent:' (irants II., 488. 
Moore John, the elder, of New Sarum, gent., ? coat and crest 1597, by R. Lee, 
Clar. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 146, fo. 82 ; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 122" ; Harl. 
MS. 1359, fo. 40. 
More or Moore, John, of London, D'' in Physic, new arms and crest 22 Jan. 
1626-7, by Sir R. St. George, Clar. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 13, and 1092, 



GRANIKES OF ARMS TO TUB ENl) OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 176 

fo. 183 ; alteration Add. MS. ,0524, fo. 207\ MS. Ashm. 858, fo. 159, 
copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 36, fo. 12G, see, and MS. 
14(!, fo. 45 : five coats, perhaps liclouc;]!)!; to two Doctors of the name; 
alteration 2 May 1627, by R. St. (I.i r-v. Chir. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 13, 
No. 4, altered from argent, three innividrKs [i])r., and crest, a morecock 
ppr. to argent, a eross pattee, in eliief two e.scullops of the 2'"'; Crest, 
a niore's lu';iil |iiii-., tlnivdii a cliapeau gu. turned up ermine and in his ear 
a pearl. Add. .MS. ."..', I'l, I'o. 207", copy of grant. 
JIoOR or MouK, Sii' .Idhii. Km., .Vlderm. and late Lord Mayor of Lonilmi, s. of 
Charles, 2.') Anu'. If.s;;. ;i!id to dcsi'endants of his father, by Sir W. Dugdale, 
Cart., and Sir H. St. Cmi-.jr. Clar. 28 Sept. in Stowe MS. 714, fo. 102" ; 
Harl. Soc, VIII., 27S ; Ciaiits [I [., 231 ; copy of grant, Brit. Mus. 
More, Nicholas, of the Inner Temple, s. and h. of .lohn, s. of Edward, s. of Gawyn, 
s. of Uichd., late of Binfield, Bedf., by Elizabeth Brocas ; crest 28 April 
l.")C9, bv Sir (i. Detliiek, Cooke and Flower (two crests in Berry). Harl. 
MS. 1441, fo. 7.0" ; JIS. Ashm. 834, fo. 27 ; Q's Coll. 0.\f. MS. ;iS, fo. Hi, 
and 39, fo. 152, for copy of grant (MS. 145, fo. 22") ; Giiil. 225 ; (Iraiits I., 
236. 
MOORK, Thomas, of Larden, Salop, s. of Edmund, 27 Nov. 1561, by Harvey. 
Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 13, and 1430, fo. 7S" ; Add. MS. 16,940, fo, 23", 
confirmed (?) by Lee, Portcullis, Marshal to Clar., 1584; Harl. MS. 5887, 
fo. 57". 
„ Thomas, of Newington, Middx., gent., 14 May 1576, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 
1422, fo. 13, and 1359, fo. 27 (1172, fo. 3") ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 94", 
copy of grant, Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 3". 
Moore, Thomas, of Angram Grange, Yorks, bar.-at-law. Inner Temple, and 
„ William, his brother ; 26 May 1670, by W. Dugdale, Norr. (Her. Coll.) 
„ Thomas, of AVigenhall, Norfolk, 11 June 1654, by Sir Edw. Bysshe, Gart. 
Harl. MS. 6^79, fo. 61 ; Proc. Soc. Antiq., 1897, p. 355; N. and Q., 
2nd S., vol. ii., 171. 
„ William, lord prior of Worcester (1518—86). Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 58". 
Moor, AVilliam, Mayor of Colchester ; 1664, 14 Chas. II., by Sir E. Bysshe, Clar. 

.... Ilari MS. 1105, fo. 39 ; Bysshe's Grants, 28. 
MoRAR, Eobei't, of London (s. of Robert, to whom these arms were confirmed), 
attestation Morar impaling West, bv Segar .... Add. MS. 12,225, 
fo. 82". 
MORDAUNT, John, of Turvey, Bedf., Crest 29 Feb. 1512-13, by T. Wriothesley 
and Benolte. Le Neve's MS. 507. 
„ Dame Elizabeth, wife to Sir Charles, of Little Massingham, Norfolk, Bart., 
and M" Jane, dans, and coheirs of Nicholas Johnson of London, draper ; 
14 Jan. 1664-5. Bysshe's Grants, fo. 26, Her. Coll.; Harl. MS. 1105, 
fo. 22. 
MoRDEN, see also Murden and Norden. 
MoRDEN, John, of I'^sthall, Kent, given .... 3 Q. Mary ; altered 1586, by Cooke. 

Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 90. 
MoREWOOD, John, of Alpeton, co. Derby, late high sheriff' (s. of Rowland, late of 
Oakes, par. of Bradfield, Yorks, dec", s. of John), 28 June 1678, with 
remainder to the posteritv of his uncles Andrew, Joseph and Francis, bv 
W. Dugdale, Gart., and H. St. George, Norr. Stowe MS. 714, fo. 165'; 
Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 96, copy of grant, Brit. ITns. ; Guil. 113 ; Grants III., 
87 ; altered to vert, an oak tree arg., fructed or, Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 43". 
Morgan, Francis, a Judge of King's Bench, confirmed 1 May 1 558, by Harvey. 
Her. and Geneal.^ i., 81 ; Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 57", of Heyford, Northts. 
(quite a diflf. coat and crest to Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 45") ; ? Harl. MS. 5887, 
fo. 25. 
„ Henrv, Bp. of Bangor, arms 5 Dec. 1553, bv ? Hawley. Add. MS. 16,940, 
fo. 201. 



176 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

Morgan, Henry, Bp. of St. David's, arms 2 April 1554, by ? Hawley. Add. MS. 
16,940, fo. 206^ 
„ Hugh, Apotliecary to tiie Queen, and now of London, and of her most 
honorable household, s. of John, of Bardfield, Essex, etc. ; grant 2 March 
1587-8, by \V. Dethick, Gart. Stowe MS. 676, fo. 72" ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 
37, fo. 104, copy of grant. He died s.p. 1612, aged 103, Guil. 212. After 
confirmed to Robert Morgan, 1613, by Camden, Harl. MS. 352G, fo. 98". 
„ John, of Chester (4 Dec.'l608, by Sir R. St. George, in Stowe MS. 716, 
fo. 55), but the certificate had neither date nor King's name : arg., on a 
bend engiailed sa. three cinquefoils ermine, on a chief az. a cross patonce 
betw. two fleurs-de-lis or, a martlett for diff. ; crest, a dragon's head erased 
gu., about his neck two collars dancettee or. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 54" ; 
4 Dec, Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 37" ; Le Neve's MS. 412. 
„ Lewis, of Gray's Inn, Edward Somerset, Marquis of Wore. ; granted 
to him the liberty of bringing the portecullis (his crest) under the coronet 
of a marquis in an escocheon, 3 July 1656. Harl. MS. 1470, fo. 72. 
„ Robert, of Little Hallingbury, Essex, confirmed .... 1613, (Vis") by Camden. 

(See Hugh Morgan.) Guil. 212 ; Harl. MS. 8526, fo. 98". 
, Thomas, of Eston, Somerset, .... 1591, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 23". 
„ William, D.D., Bishop of Llandaff (1594—1601), by W. Dethick, Gart. 

Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 36, fo. 110, copy of incomplete grant. 
„ William, of Blackmore, co. Hereford, ratified and confirmed 27 May 1602, by 
Camden : arg., a lion ramp, sa., ducally crowned or. Guil. 177 ; Stowe 
MS. 670, fo. 59". 
MORLAND, Samuel, gent., 14 Feb. 1656-7, by E. Bysshe, Gart. Add. MS. 14,293, 
fo. 9 ; 24th Feb. in Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 15". 
„ Sir Samuel, Knt. and Bart., augmentation 16 Aug. 1661, by Walker (as Sir 
S. Morland, Knt. and Bart., gent, in ordinary of the privy Chamber to 
K. C. IL). Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 13 ; Her. Coll., fo. 41. 

MORLEY, of Glynde, Sussex, .... by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 15". 

, of Yorks, .... by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 82 ; ? see Harl. MS. 

6140, fo. 51", Quarterly of 6. 
„ Isabella, dau. of Christopher, of co. Durham, wife of Hy. Anderson of 
Newcastle-upon-Tyne; confirmed 10 Feb. 1574-5, 17 Eliz., by Sir Gilb. 
Dethick. Misc. Gen. et Her., 2nd S., vol. iv., p. 161 ; and Q's Coll. Oxf. 
MS. 145, fo. 36" ; Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 82, 10 Feb. 1573-4. 

„ John, of Barnes, Hants, 1575, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1544, fo. 93, and 

6140, fo. 53". 
„ John, of Estington, ....(? 1575), by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 98 ; of 
East Havant, Sussex, in Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 117, and Add. MS. 14,295, 
fo. 30"; see Sir Edward Morley impaling Devenish, Harl. MS. 5887, 
fo. 101 ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 63". 
„ Robert (de Morle), Jan. 1349. Camden's Remains, 222. 

Robert, of Erdington, co. Warw., coat confirmed and crest granted 20 Nov. 
1560, by Hervey. Harl. MS. 1116, fo. 54; (Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 58), 
copy of grant, Brit. Mus. 
Morpeth Town, co. Northumb., 20 May 1552, [a parcell of] the arms of Sir Roger 
De Marlay, the founder thereof being assigned by Hervey, Norr. Her. and 
Geneal., i., 119, and Misc. Gen. et Her., ii., 216 ; Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 8 ; 
Cat. Her. Exhib. Soc. Antiq., 63. 
MoRRANT, Edward, of the Exchequer, crest .... 1575, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 

1359, fo. 119", and 1422, fo. 95", as Morant. 
Morryce, Sir Christopher, Knt., master of the ordnance, coat and crest .... 
Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 74" ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 69 ; Harl. 
MS. 5887, fo. 9. 
„ Francis (Morrill), esquire of the Ordnance, Jas. I., by R. St. George, Clar. 
Bannerman's MS., No. 9, 451, 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 177 

^rouRYS, Rees, of Loudon, gent., patent granted 30 Dec. 1587, 30 Q. Eliz. (by 

Cooke). Harl. IMS. 1359, fo. 8G ; 20th Dec. in Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 62 ; 

Roger in Add. MS. 49UG, fo. 91. 
^[oiiui.sK, Thomas, of Coxwell, Berks, gent., confirmed 8 Aug. 1562, by Sir G. 

Dethick. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 66, and Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 9 ; 

Grants I., 170, IT., 652. 
JMoHRis, Thomas, of Waiistiil, Kssex, Clerk of the Ordnance, confirmed or granted 

by II. M. r.r,,f.r. Clar. Gull. 365. 

MoRisON, (?Sir) ('haii.>, nf Caysho, Herts, Esq., s. of Sir Richard, deC^ ; 20 May 

1586, bv Cooke. Hurl" MS. 1052, fo. 19'', copy of grant, Brit. Mus. ; 

Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 62, and 1359, fo. 107" ; MS. Ashra. 834, fo. 68, 69, 

copy of grant, Bodleian Lib., 21 May 1587 ; Gull. 351 ; Add. MS. 4966, 

fo. 30 ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 52. 
MoRYSONE, Richard, of London, grant, coat and crest .... Barker's Grants, 

Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 78 ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 69", written Morysond. 
iMoiiRYSON, Thomas, of the pipe office .... by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 119", 

and 1422, fo. 62 ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 97. 
MouRiLL, Francis, esquire of the ordnance to K. James, by R. S* George, Clar. 

Bannerman's MS., No. 9, fo. 451. [*Se« also Morryse.] 
MoRTAGii, William, of .... co. Down, " for his particular services and loyalty to 

Hy. IV." : gu., a chevron arg. between three men's heads ppr. ; crest, 

a demi-sea-horse arg., crined, tinned and tayled or ; by Ulster. Harl. MS. 

1172, fo. 53". 
Mortimer, John, of Cheshunt, Hunts, s. of Mark, of London, march', dec*; 

14 June 1688, by St. George, Gart. and Clar. Stowe MS. 714, fo. 124 ; 

Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 49 ; Grants IV., 8 ; Guil. 132 ; Harl. MS. 6179, 

fo. 71. 
MoRTOFTE, Valentine, s. of William, s. of John, of Itringham, Norfolk, exemplified 

and confirmed .... Feb. 1606-7, by Camden. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 20, 

and 6095, fo. 7" ; Guil. 225; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 33. 
JIoRTOX, Thomas, of Lechlade, co. Glouc, 15 May 1515, by Wriothesley. Harl. 

MS. 1561, fo. 113 ; (Berry's Armory) Harl. MS. 1433, fo. 60. 
ilosDELi., Stephen, of Southward, Surrey, esq., s. of Thomas, of Kings Cleere, 

Hants, s. of Thomas, borne in Germany ; 13 May 1665. Bysshe's Grants, 

fo. 24, Her. Coll. ; Harl. MS. 1105, fo.'21". 
MosE, .... of Petworth, Sussex, 24 Feb. 1670-1, ? by Sir E. Bysshe, Clar.: 

erminois, a cross pattee arg. Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 42. 
iloSELEY, Maurice, of London, mercht., confirmation crest, by Segar. Add. MS. 

12,225, fo. 82" ; Harl. MSS. 5887, fo. 113, and 6140, fo. 81. 
ilosLEY, Nicholas, of London, Alderm., s. of Edward, of Hough, co. Lane, gent., 

etc., coat confirmed and crest granted 17 Feb. 1592-3, by Cooke. Misc. 

Gen. et Her., N. S., iii., 98 ; Family Memoirs, by Sir 0. Mosley ; Harl. MS. 

1470, fo. 22, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. ; Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 104, and 

1422, fo. 120 ; Grants II., 489 ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 85". 
MossETT, William, of Chipping Barnet, Herts, M..\., and to his brothers and all 

descendants of Thomas Mossett of Whitby, Yorks; confirmed 10 May 

1585, by Flower. MS. Ashm. 844, fo. 60, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; 

Guil. 248. 
MoTT, Mark, of Braintree, Essex, s. of Thos., of Booking, Essex, crest 10 Nov. 

1615, bv Segar. Eastern Counties Collectanea, i., 16 ; C. 21 [Visit. Essex, 

1634], Her. Coll., and Guil. 93; Add. MSS. 12,225, fo. 83, and 12,474, 

fo. 116". 
MOULSON, r John, of Hargrave, Stubs, Chesh., and 

„ \ Thomas, his brother, of Loudon, being truly descended from the 

coheirs of Rosengrave, Oreby and Hargrave ; exemplified .... by Camden. 

Grants II., fo. 590 ; Harl. MSS. 1422^ fo. 112, and 6095, fo. 40. 
Moult, Francis, of Tollerton, Notts, 10 Feb. 1586-7, by Sir T. St. George, 

A A 



178 GBAM'EES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

Giirt. and Norr. Harl. MS, C834, fo. 178 ; Grants III., fo. 305 ; Lansd. 

MS. 867, fo. 52 ; Harl. MS. 1085, fo. 58. 
MOTJLTON, William, and i of Yorkshire and of London .... 1571, by Cooke. Harl. 

„ Robert, J MS. 1359, fo. 1U2. 

MoDNTAGU, George, D.D. and Deau of Westminster, a patent .... June 1613, by 

Camden. Harl. MS. 6095, fo. 27^ 
MoUNTFORDE, Thomas, S.T.D., of tlie same name and family of Hackforth, Yorks, 

confirmed 18 Feb. 1602-3, bv Camden. Stowe MS. 676, fo. 137"; Harl. 

MSS. 6095, fo. 18", and 1422, fo. 2" ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MSS. 36, fo. 94,38, 

fo. 117, and 146, fo. 20 ; Harl. MSS. 1470, fo. 189", and 1507, fo. 100, 

copies of grant, Brit. Mus., in Latin, and in Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 7". 
MowjlT, Sir Roger, of Inglestoane, Kt., Bart. ; 26 March 1674. Scots Grants, 

Le Neve's MS. 485. 
Mowbray, Thomas de. Earl Marshal, and of Nottingham, letters patent or writ of 

privy seal at Westminster for crest 12 .Tan. 1393-4. Stowe MS. 840, 

fo. 54, 55 ; P. R., 17 Ric. IL, pt. i., m. 2 ; " to bear the crest of the 

King's eldest son with a dilF." in Lansd. MS. 872, fo. 17 ; Gent. Mag., ii., 

398. 
MowDT, Edmund, of St. Edmundsbury, Suff., grant 6 Oct. 1540, by T. Hawley, 

Clar. Add. MSS. 7098, fo. 76 (fo. 21), and 16,940, fo. 200 ; Harl. MS. 

1422, fo. 17. 
MowsE, als Mewess, Arthur, 2nd s. of Richard, s. of Richard, of Woodburne, co. 

Bedf., assigned 13 Dec. 1623, by W. Segar, by Patent. Guil. 210. 
„ See Tydur. 
MOYLE, Robert, of the prothonotary office (and Inner Temple), by Borough. Harl. 

MS. 1105, fo. 55 ; Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 89. 
MOYLYN, .... crest .... Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 77" ; Stowe MS. 

692, fo. 69". 
MoYSER, James, of Firlington, Yorks 1 sons of Adam, of the same place, patent 
„ Thomas, his brother, / 31 Dec. 156o, by Dalton. Harl. MS. 

1359, fo. 45. 
MuCKELOWB, .... crest .... Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 76 ; Stowe 

MS. 692, fo. 69". 
MULSHOE, Robert, of Gothurst, Bucks, or of Thingdon, Northants, 10 Dec. or Nov. 

1587, by W. Dethick, Gart. : erm., on a bend sa. three goats' heads erased 

arg. Harl. MS, 1359, fo, 21 ; Le Neve's MS, 368. See Joane Vincent, 
MUN, John, of Hackney, Middx,, etc., confirmed 2° Aug. 1562, by Harvey. Add, 

MS, 16,940, fo, 15 ; Harl. MS, 1476, fo, 34 ; see 6140, fo, 62. 
MuNDAY, .... Ld, Mayor of London (Sir John, 1522), Hen, VII, Add. MS. 

26,702, fo, 37", 
MuNDEN, Dame Susanna, relict of Sir Richard, Kut,, who died in H.M,'s service at 

sea, etc, 9 Oct, 1680, unto the children and to her husband's brother Sir 

John, Rear Adm' of the King's fleet, by H, St, George, Clar, Stowe MS, 

714, fo, 168 ; Grants III., Ill, 
MUNDYE, crest Barker's Grants, Harl, MS, 5846, fo, 75" ; Stowe MS, 

692, fo, 69", as Monday ; see Harl, MS. 1045, fo. 111", for Stephen Mundy 

of the Inner Temple. 
Murden, Richard, of Morton Morrell, co. Warwick, exemplified, ratified and 

confirmed D'ec, 1618, by Camden (arms of Moiden ats Murden of Branston, 

Northants), Harl. MS. 6095, fo, 3" ; Guil. 195, 
Murgatrod, Michael (Sec, to Archbp. Whitgift), s. of William and wife Frances, 

d. of Edward Hippon, of Fetherston, Yorks, and of Cambridge University, 

grant 2 Jan, 1598-9, by W. Dethick, Gart., and Camden. Q's Coll, Oxf. 

iVIS. 36, fo. 72 and 84, copy of grant in Latin ; Stowe MS. 676, fo. 125" 

and 182. 
Muriel, , . , , crest . . , , Barker's Grants, Harl, MS. 5846, fo, 76" ; crest in 

Stowe MS, 692, fo. 69". 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OP TItE XVII. CENTURY. 179 

MuRYELL, Edward, of London, [arms] with crest, Hen. VII. Add. M8. 2G,702, 

fo. 52. 
iluRPHV, Col. John, 16 May 1663, by a certificate of Athlono herald, in Ireland. 

Guil. 399. 
MoscoviAXS, The, of London, i.e., " Muscovy or Russian merchts.," arms, crest and 

supporters 2 April 1555, by ? Hawley. Add. MS. 10,940, fo. 207''. 
.MuSGRAVE, George, of Nettlecomb, co. Somerset, and his brothers ; exemplified 

6 April 1690, by the E. Marshal's Warrant. Harl. MS. G834, fo. 178 ; 

Grants IV., fo. 67. 
„ Richard and William and the descendants of John, their great-grandfather. 
ilusiTiONES, Company of, of London, .... Oct. 1604, by Camden. Harl. MSS. 

1422, fo. 18, and 6095, fo. 2. 
:\IuSKETT, Henry, of Ilalstead, Suff., gent., 13 Sept. 1576 (Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 1), 

by Ro. Cooke, Clar. Harl. MS. 2146, fo. 164, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. 
MussENDEN, Francis, of Healing, co. Line, Quarterly, by Cooke, Clar. Stowe MS. 

670, fo. 46'>. 
Musters, John, of Tuthill Street, Westminster, 12 Aug. 1644, by W. Ryley, Norr. 

Harl. MS. 6832, fo. 413, confirmed by E. Bysshe, Gart. Harl. MSS. 

1441, fo. 150^ and 6832, fo. 413. 
„ Sir John, of Hornsey, Middx., Kt., 13 March 1682 ; 25 November 1682, 

grant, alteration of colours of bend, by Sir Wra. Dugdale, Gart., and Sir 

Hy. St. George, Clar. Harl. MS. 14,830, fo. 146 : Grants III., 167 (194, 

alteration of bend from az. to gu.) ; Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 43". 
:\Itlsext. John, of Barham, par. of Great Lincon, co. Cambr., letters patent 

1 June 1557, 3 and 4 Phil, and Mary, by (? Harvey or Dalton) Norr. 

Cott. MS. Faustina E. 1, 23, incomplete, copy of grant, Brit. Mus., ? no 

blason. 
Myxxe, Henry, als Meene, of St. Margaret's, Ilketshall, Suflf., 27 Aug. 1662. 

Bysshe's Grants, fo. 8, Her. Coll. ; Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 18 ; Add. MS. 

14,298, fo. 11". 

Mylton ats Myttox, of Oxon., .... by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 83. 

iliTTON, Edward, of co. Staff., confirmation of arms, quarterly of 6, by Segar .... 

Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 81" ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 78. 
„ William, see Melton. 

N 

Nabbs, William, of Stafford, 20 Dec. 1675, by W. Dugdale, Gart. Harl. MS. 

6834, fo. 178 ; Grants III., fo. 17. 
Nandick, William, of Elston, Yorks, by R. St. George, Clar. Stowe JIS. 703, 

fo. 74. 
Naper, Alexander ais Sandye, of Devon, gent., 1 Aug. 1577, 20 Eliz., by Cooke. 

Crest, 1 Aug. 1575, Harl. MSS. 1144, fo. 2, and 1359, fo. 86 ; Add. MS. 

4966, fo. 94. 
„ Robert, of London, descended of the ancient house of Mercaston (Merchistoun) 

in Scotland, Quarterly, allowed by Ro. Cooke, Clar., 6 Nov. 1576, 

18 Q. Eliz. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 85". Quarterly : or, a bend chequy arg. 

and az., etc. 
Napier, Sir Robert, of Luton Hoo, co. Bedf., descended from the ancient Earls of 

Lenox, confirmed quarterly of 9 and two crests and supporters, by Segar. 

Add. ]\IS. 12,225, fo. 83". 
Napper, Richard, of Grange, Dorset, Ld. Chief Baron of Ireland, by Cooke .... 

Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 16" ; different bird for crest in Stowe MS. 670, fo. 56". 

Argt., a saltire sa., etc. Crest, on a mount vert a stork ppr. 
Natcombe or Nutcombe, John, of Devonshire, s. of Nicholas, s. of John, s. of 

Richard, March 1657, by Sir E. Bysshe, Gart. Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 24, 

copy of grant. 



180 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OS" THE XVII. CENTURY. 

Naunton, William, coat and crest temp. Ed. III., 1326—77. (In the tyme of 
K. Ed. III. the annes) his crest given by Garter, but fyrste he gave him a 

lyon's head erased, thereon three trefoils slipped or, and after this other. 

Stowe MS. 692, fo. 71 ; Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 79. 
Navie, Rotall, the Corporation of the, arms and crest .... 1573, by Sir G. 

Dethick, Gart. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 81"; Q's Coll. O.Kf. MS. 145, 

fo. 33". 
Naler or Nayler, William, London, one of the six clerks of the Chancery, gift 

10 Feb. 1564-5, by Harvey. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 17" ; Add. MS. 

16,940, fo. 29" ; Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 74, confirmed 30 .lune, 9 Eliz., 1567, 

by Ro. Cooke, Clar. ; Harl. MS. 2146, fo. 174, then registrar of the Court 

of Chancery ; Stowe MS. 703, fo. 23 ; Harl. MS. 1116, fo. 79". 
Kealk, .... of Warnford, Hants, .... 1579. Berry's Armory. 

„ Richard, D.D., Bp. of Lichfield 1610—14, of Lincoln 1614—17, etc., Archbp. 

of York; ob. 31 Oct. 1640; a patent Jan. 1613-14, by Camden. Harl. 

MS. 6095, fo. 24, 26 ; Giiil. 255. 
Neall, D"' Richard, Deane of Westminster 1605, a patent .... Nov. 1612, by 

Camden. Entry erased in Harl. MS. 6095, fo. 28 ; Guil. 255. 
Nedham, John, of Wymondsley, Herts, s. of James, s. of Christopher, s. of John, 

called Black John Nedham of Nedham Grange, co. Derby ; coat confirmed 

and crest granted 18 Feb. 1586-7, by Cooke. Stowe MS. 714, fo. 92, 136 ; 

MS. Ashm. 834, fo. 65 and 66, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Harl. MSS. 

1359, fo. 110", and 1422, fo. 93 ; Guil. 243 ; Grants I., 289 ; Add. MS. 

4966, fo. 65 ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 22, 27", 34, 91 ; Reliquary, x.\ii., 68. 
Negus, Francis, of Bow St., Covent Garden, London, 11 Dec. 1683. by Sir W" 

Dugdale and Clar. Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 178 ; Grants III., fo. 219 ; Add. 

MS. 31,896, fo. 38", has " M-' Negus, Secretary to y^ Duke of Norfolk, 

p S'- Hen. St. George, 1684" ; Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 74. 
Nelson, .... of Mawdesley, co. Lane, ? confirmed 26 June 1587, by Cooke. 

Guil. 94. 
„ of the Poultry (? Pantry), crest confirmed by R. St. George, Norr. 

Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 79" ... . (fo. 276). 
„ Thomas, of Elsath Hall, York, now of the pantry; 29 Jan. 1607-8, by 

R. St. George. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 75 (fo. 56") ; Harl. MS. 5887, 

fo. 59". 
Neme, John, of Woodnesborough, Kent, 16 July 1574, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, 

fo. 122". 
Nerbonne, Pierre de, grant by Hen. VII. for good service ; in French, 23 June 

1502. Pat. Roll, 17 Hen. VII., p. 1, m. 1 ; MS. Ashm. 858, fo. 60, copy 

of grant, Bodleian Lib. 
Nethersole, John, of Nethersole (Wingham Wold), Kent, gent., 10 May 1.578, by 

Cooke : per pale gu. and az., thi-ee griffins segreant or. Harl. MS. 1105, 

fo. 20". 
Nettes, Richard, ? Capt., one of the Gentlemen Ushers to Q. Anne, .... by Segar. 

Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 85. 

Nevill, Sir John, Chevet, Yorks, 1513, 5 H. VIII., by T. Wriothesley, Gart. 

Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 122. 
„ John, citizen and grocer of Loudon, 26 March 1633-4, by Sir R. St. George, 
Clar. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 104 ; Grants II., fo. 656. 
Nbvell, Mary, relict of John, Vice Adml., West Indies, 15 Dec. 1697, to the 

descendants of the Adml.. by St. George, Gart. and Clar. Grants IV., 

239. 
Nevinson, Thomas, Eastry, Kent, .... 1570, by Cooke, Clar. : or, a chevron betw. 
three eagles displayed az., beaked and legged gu. ; crest, a lynx statant 

ppr., etc. (Berry) ; Stowe MS. 670, fo. 40". 
NeWARK-upon-Tuent, Town and Corporation of, 8 Dec. 1561, by Sir G. Dethick, 

Gart. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 65" ; Her. and Geneal. 119 ; 1561 in Q's Coll. 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 181 

Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 8'' ; C. Brown's Annals of Newark, 78 ; Cat. Her. Exhib. 

See. of Antiq., 60 ; Grants II., 652. 
Newbold, Abbot of Evesham, .... arg., on a fess sa. betw. three gillyflowers gu., 

slipped vert, a mitre or betw. two roses or. (? Arms 1505, by Wriothesley, 

MS. Ashm. 858, fo. 28, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib.) ; Add. MS. 26,702, 

fo. U ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 70. 
Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Town of, 16 Aug. 1575, by Flower, crest and supporters. 

MSS. Ashm. 834, fo. 12'', and 858, fo. 39, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. 
Newce, .... Much Haddani, Herts, and Ditchingham, Norfolk, by Cooke, Clar., 

.... 1575 : sa., two pales arg., a canton erm. ; Crest, on a mount vert a 

garb or. Berry ; see Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 76^ for .lohn, of the Court of 

Wardes, impaling Garnett ; Harl. MS. 1234, fo. 126. 
„ Clement, of Much Hadham, Herts, arms 1 June 1549, by Hawley. Add. MS. 

16,940, fo. 201>' ; Harl. MS. 1433, fo. 4. 
Newcombe, William, of Exeter, Devon, arg., a fesse embattled betw. two escallops 

sa. ; Crest, out of a mural coronet or a falcon sa. (? tail arg.), July 1611, 

by Camden (patent). Harl. MS. 6095, fo. 15" ; (1163, fo. 15) ; Le Neve's 

MS. 300. 
Newcomen, Charles, of London, and "I . . . ., by Ro. Cooke, Clar. Stowe MS. 670, 

„ John, of CO. Line. / fo. 9". 

Newdigate, Walter, of Newdigate, Surrey, Quarterly .... by Cooke. Stowe MS. 

670, fo. 7. 
Newdyke, Robert, gent., of Worcester, s. of Robert, s. of Richard, s. of Henry, of 

Wore, gent., etc. ; mar. Margaret, 2""' dan. and coh. of Rich. Osney, of 

Worcester, gent. Newdyke coat by Cooke, confirmed and the crest (and 

? Osney quartering) given 1 Dec. 1580, by Sir Gilb. Dethick, Gart. Harl. 

MSS. 1422, fo. 118, and 1359, fo. 23^ set down in vellum under the hand 

of Ro. Cooke ; Add. MSS. 14,295, fo. 49^ and 26,753, fo. 122" ; Q's Coll. 

Oxf. MS. 37, fo. 75, copy of 1580 grant ; Grants I., 258. 
Newfoundland, Company of, arms, crest, supporters and motto, by Borough. 

Cains Coll. Camb. MS. 551. 
Newland, William, of Newsillsbury, Barkway, Herts, 29 April 1693, by T. St. 

George, Gart. and Clar. Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 178 ; Grants IV., fo. 135 ; 

Harl. MS. 1085, fo. 57. 
Newman, Gayus (s. of Gabriel, s. of Thomas, of Norfolk), confirmed 12 Nov. 1610, 

by Camden. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 21", and 6095, fo. 13" ; Guil. 267, the 

12'" Nov. ; Le Neve's MS. 294 ; Grants II., 582. 
„ George, .... June 1611, by Camden : or, a fess dancettee betw. three eagles 

displayed sa. Harl. MSS. 6095, fo. 15", and 1422, fo. 35". 
„ John, of London, grocer, .... by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 96. 
„ John, citizen and chirurgeon of London (s. of John, of Stamford, co. Line), 

grant 15 Feb. 1663-4, by Walker. Add. MSS. 14,293, fo. 52, and 14,294, 

fo. 13 ; Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 57 ; (Guil. 253) copy of grant. 
„ Thomas, citizen and mercht. of London, .... by Ryley, Lane. Her. Harl. 

MS. 6832, fo. 413. 
„ Richard, of Fifehead Magdalen, Dorset, and Evercreech, Somerset (see recital 

of pedigree) ; augmentation 2 April 1664, by Walker. Add. MSS. 14,293, 

fo. 40, and 14,294, fo. 11 ; Harl. MS. 1470, fo. 71 ; Harl. MS. 1172, 

fo. 54, copy of grant. 
Newton, Sir John, of Hather, co. Line, Bart., 20 May 1662, by Sir E. Walker, 

Gart. Her. Coll., fo. 47. 
„ .... by E. Norgate, Windsor Herald, .... Stowe MS. 703, fo. 71. 
„ Sir John, of Richmond Castle, Somt., Knt., twelve coats confirmed and crest 

granted 12 Dec, 10 Q. Eliz., 1567, by Sir G. Dethick, Cooke and Flower. 

Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 130 ; MS. Ashm. 834, fo. 34, copy of grant, 

Bodleian Lib. ; N. and Q., 1st S., ii., 428 ; Arch. Institute, 1851, p. 239 ; 

Guil. 125 ; Harl. MS. 1754, fo. 116. 



18S GRANTEES OP ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

Newton, Sir Robert, of London, Bart.,"] sons of Thomas, of Easton, Nortlits., 

and his two brothers, I U Feb., 13 Chas. II., 1G60-1. Bysshe's 

„ Kichard, and f Grants, fo. 9, Her. Coll. ; Harl. M.S. 

„ Thomas, J 1470, fo. 118, copy of grant, Brit. 

Mus., and Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 18. 
„ William, and 1 sons of John, of Axmouth, Devon, who mar. Mary, dau. of 
„ Hurafrey, J William Boteler of Biddock, co. Bedf., Esq., etc. ; by Segar 

.... Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 85. 
„ William, next Trent, co. Line, granted or confirmed 11 June IGGO, by 
Walker. Guil. 263. 
NiCH, see Nye. 
Nicholas, Eighteen coats, see Stowe MS. 703, fo. 8C. 

„ .... az., a fesse betw. three lyons' heads era.sed or .... by Segar. Add. MS. 
12,225, fo. 9-^^ : borne also by John Nycolas of London, controller of tlie 
work of the bridge. John Nicliolas, girdler, of Loudon, clarke of the 
bridge-house, Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 73. 
„ Sir Edward, Knt., principal Sec. of State- temp. Chas. II., augmentation and 
crest at Jersey 17 \hx. ici'.i, l.v Walker, Cart. Her. Coll., 2 ; (Berry's 
Armorv); Harl. MS. ClT'.t. lo. IC," ; (-rant Ist L. 2, 104^, Her. Coll.). 

„ John, of Winterborne Earl, Wilts 1G12, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, 

fo. 84 ; Guil. 223, and Berry. 
„ John, s. of Edward, of AViuterborne Earle, Wilts, 10 Feb. 1623-4, by Sir R. 
St. George, Clar. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. G4 ; C. 22, 27, Wilts [Visit., 
1G23]. 
„ Thomas, of co. Glouc, patent Dec. 1620, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, 
fo. 84 ; Harl. MS. G140, fo. 63" ; Guil. 223. 
Nychelle, John, of liOndon, coat and crest. Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, 
fo. 79 ; ill Stowe MS. 692, fo. 70", styled Master John Nychells of London, 
gent. ; his wyfe was Sir Steven Jenyns' daughter, the mayre. 
NiCHOLLS, .... of Islep Willen, Bucks : az., three eagles displayed in bend betw. 
two cottises engrailed or, either side whereof three cross crosslets fitchee 

or by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 86. 

Nycolls, Francis, of Hard wick (Hardwyck), Northants, .... 1588, by Cooke. 
Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 108", and 1422, fo. 84" ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 5G. 

Nycoll, John, of London, gift .... 155 or 156 ... . (Harvey's Grants), 

Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 24. 
NiCHOLL, John, one of the assistant governors, Raleigh, V», arms granted : per 
bend arg. and gu., five fusils couiiterchanged .... by W. Dethick, Gart. 
Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 36, fo. 120. 
NiCHOLLS, John, of Garth, co. Montgomery, gent. (? John Dugdale or T. St. George, 
Gart.), by Norroy : arg., a fesse az. betw. si.\ laurel leaves vert. "A grant," 
Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 54". 

„ John, of Trewane by Camden. Harl. MS. 1079, fo. 92. 

NiCOLL, Paul, of Hendon Place, Middx., .... 1650, by Ed. Bysshe. Harl. MS. 
6179, fo. 4G" ; Stowe MS. 677, fo. 70" : Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 54" ; Add. MS. 
26,758, fo. 16". 
NiCOLLS, Richard, Tilney, Norfolk, 1 Jan. 1550-51, by ? Hawley. Add. MS. 
16,940, fo. 204". 

Nicholson, .... of Scale, Kent by Sir G. Dethicke. Harl. MSS. 5847, 

fo. 54, and 1441, fo. 103" ; Stowe MS. 703, fo. 58", a trick, not a grant. 
„ Francis, Governor of Maryland ; 9 March IGPa, by T. St. George, Gart. and 
Clar. Grants IV., 153 ; Harl. MS, los,'., f,., ,^,7. 
NiCOLSON, Otes, of London, Exam-' in the Cnint .il' Chancery, s. of Thomas, s. of 
William, s. of Nicolas, of Cumberland ; ^raiit 7 Sept. 1596, by W. Dethick, 
Gart. Stowe MS. 676, fo. 115" ; Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 22 ; Q's Coll. Oxf. 
MS. 36, fo. 51, copy of grant; Add. MS. 14,293, fo. 19", as Thomas; GuU.' 
90 ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 63" ; Le Neve's MS. 48§. 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 183 

Nvcoi.soN, Robert, of London, Qiiarterlv .... 1588, by Cooke. Had. MSS. 1359, 

fo. lOlt, and 1422, lb. 120 ; Add. M.S. 496G, fo. 31. 
Nicor.sON, William, of co. Lincoln, gent., grant 2G Feb. iri35-G, 27 Ily. VIIL 

Stowe MS., by T. Tong, Clar. ; Havl. MS. 1422, fo. 84'' ; Stowe MS. 677, 

fo. 5" ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MSS. 145, fo. 54", and 146, fo. 20, copy of grant, 

Brit. Miis. 
NyghtinCtALE, Richard, of London, s. of Robert, of Lytchfeld, Quarterly .... 150:^ 

by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 13o;i, fo. HI'', and 1422, fo. 120 ; Add. MS. 41)(j(;, 

fo. 24. 
NoADS, George, of Sbopallbury. Herts, etc., confirmed or granted 10 Feb. 1634-5, 

by Sir R. St. George, Clar. Guil. 133 ; Stowe MS. 703, fo. 73. 

NOELL, sm NoWEIiL. 

None or Noone, Robert, of Walton-iiiion-the-Wold, co. Leic., Nov. Kill, by . . . ., 
Camden. Harl. MSS. G095, fo. IG, and 1422, fu. 35\ 
„ George, see Noune. 
NoRBORNE, Walter, of Hill Marten, Wilts, sometime reader of the Liner Temple ; 
s. of John, s. of Hnmphrey, both of Studley, Wilts ; 22 June 1651, by Sir 
E. Bysshe, Gart. Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 13, copy of grant. 
„ Walter, and 1 of Calne, Wilts, s. of Walter, of the same, reader of Liner 
„ John, / Temple, etc. ; 14 July 1660, by Walker. Add. MSS. 14,293, 

fo. 103, and 14,294, fo. 34 ; Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 71 ; Guil. 
284 ; Cat. Her. Exhib. Soc. of Antiq., 72. 
XORCLYFFE, Thomas, of Great Gomeroull, Yorks, patent 11 July, 4 (K. Jas.), 1606, 
by R. St. George, Norr. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 78''; Hurl. MSS. 1359, 
fo. 43'', and 6140, fo. 53 ; Genealogist, vol. vi., p. 35. 
NORCOTT, see. Northcote. 

NoRDEN, John, of the Manor of Easthill, Kent, gent., grant 1 Nov. 1556, 3 and 4 
Philip and Mary, by G. Dethick, Gart. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 76, 
copy of grant ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 6 ; altered in 1586, by R. Cooke, Clar., 
see Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 51'' ; Grants L, 196 ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 69^ See 

MORDEX. 

Norfolk, Thomas, Duke of, augmentation, letters patent 1 Feb. 1513-14, 5 H.VIIL, 

for service at the battle (Flodden) near Browxton, Northunibld., against 

the Scots ; orig. 5 H. VIIL, Ro. 37 and 38. Stowe MS. 840, fo. G2, copy 

of letters patent, Brit. Mus. ; Cotton MS. Julius C, vii., fo. 237 ; Harl. 

MS. 1178, fo. 45 ; Lansd. MS. 872, fo. 13— IG. 
NoRHOPE, .... of Nottingham, alias Clearke, now of Kent : Quarterly, arg. and 

vert, a cross counter componee of the same, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, 

fo. 87. 
NoREEYS, Lord, .... arms of Venables, by T. St. George, Clar. and Norr. Harl. 

MS. 6834, fo. 178 ; Grants III., fo. 333 ; Lansd. MS. 867, fo. 52. 
NoRRis, .... a patent .... 1622, by Camden : arg., a cross pattee flory sa. 

between t^velve billets az. Harl."MS. 6095, fo, 39. 
„ Francis, citizen and Alderm. of Norwich ; 3 May 1665. Bysshe's Grants, 

fo. 27, Her. Coll. ; Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 22. 
NoRRETS, Thomas, of Orford, co. Lane, confirmed 9 Nov. 1581, by Flower. MS. 

Ashm. 844, fo. 54, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Guil. 383. 
North, .... of Walkeringham, Notts, .... 42 Eliz., 1600, by Segar. Add. MS. 

12,225, fo. 85" ; C. 29 [?C. 9, Visit, co. Nottingham, 1614], Her. Coll. ; 

and Guil. 104. 
„ (Edward, of Felsham, in Stowe MS.) .... crest .... Bai'ker's Grants, 

Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 79" ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 71. 
„ Sir Edward, of Kirtling, co. Camb., Knt., coat altered and crests : this in 

confirmation from W Garter for that afore he had p pale, etc. Barker's 

Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 79" ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 71. 
„ Edward, of Tewin, Herts, servt. to K. Chas. ; s. of Edward, of Tewin, s. of 

Edward, Master of Harriers to Ed. VI., s. of John, s. of Robert, of the 



184 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

same parish and co., lords of the manor of Mcrden ; grant 25 Feb. 1633-4, 

by K. St. George. Stowe MS. 677, fo. 42 ; copy of grant, Brit. Mus., Had. 

MS. 6179, fo. 74. 
North, John, of Cubley, co. Derby, grant, arms and crest, 21 June 1676, by 

W. Dugdale, Norr. Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 178 ; Misc. Gen. et Her., 

N. S., ]., 301 ; Grants III., p. 33 ; Cat. Heraldic Exhib. Soc. of Anliq., 

No. 242. 
NoRTHCOTE, Walter, of Crediton, Devon, 1 Jan. 1570-71, by Cooke, Clar. Grants 11., 

517 ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 105, as Norcott ; 1590 in Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 23"; 

per Rouge Crosse in Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 133. 
NoRTHEN, see Paul Bayning. 
NoRTHEY, Henry, of Bockinsr, Esses, gent., given and granted at London 10 July, 

2 and 3 [?2 and 4] Philip and Mary [1556 ?], by Sir G. Dethicke. Q's 

Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 65, copy of grant 1556 ; and Harl. MS. 1359, 

fo. (68) and 81" ; Genealogist, iii., p. 72 ; Grants I., 194 ; Harl. MS. 6179, 

fo. 72" ; Stowe MS. 606, fo. 78, copy of grant. 
NoRTHFOLKE, Jiimes, of Westminster, .... by W. Ryley, Lancaster Herald. 

Stowe MS. 703, fo. 64. 
NoRTHiNE, John, of London, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 93" ; Add. MS. 

4966, fo. 63". 
Northland, Thomas, of Sussex, gent., grant London 10 Nov. 1482,, by Thos. 

(Holme), Clar. Misc. Gen. et Her., 2nd S., iv., pi., 136, copy of grant, 

Brit. Mus. ; Cat. Her. Exhib. Soc. of Antiq., 61. 
NORTHOVER, .... of Alercourt, Somerset, a patent .... May 1614, by Camden. 

Harl. MSS. 6095, fo. 29", and 1422, fo. 39 ; Gull. 372. 
Norton, .... stationer of London .... by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 85". 

This is the entire entry. 
„ Bonhara, (the King's printer), assigned Feb. 1611-12, by Camden. Harl. 

MS. 6095, fo. 17" ; Guil. 73 ; of Stratton in Shropshire, Harl. MS. 6140, 

fo. 41. 
„ Robert, of Halesworth, SufiP., 1 May 1548, by ? Hawley. Add. MS. 16,940, 

fo. 202". 
„ Sampson, (Master of the Ordnance temp. H. VIII.). Add. MS. 26,702, 

fo. 62 ; Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 93" ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 83. 
„ William, of Berlingtou, co. Wore, .... by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 116 ; 

Add. MS. 4966, fo. 28". 
„ William, a stacioner and bookbynder, of London, 36 Eliz., 1594, by W™ 

Dethick, Gart. ; after death of Norton " he and his issue relinquished it "; 

entered by R. Brooke, York Herald. Harl. MS. 1453, fo. 35. 
Norwich, City of, confirmed .... by Harvey. Berry's Armory. 
Norwood, Thomas, of (Astwood) co. Bucks, Esq., arms confirmed and crest given 

1 Nov. 1585, 27 Q. Eliz., by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 21", and 1422, 

fo. 51 ; 5"' Nov. in Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 15 ; Guil. 53. 
NOSWORTHY, Edward, of Truro, Cornwall, s. of Francis, s. of John ; 27 June 1661, 

by Sir E. Bysslie, Clar. Harl. MSS. 1172, fo. 28, copy of grant ; 1105, 

fo. 19" ; Bysshe's Grants, fo. 15, Her. Coll. 
NoTT, John, s. of John, s. of John, of Ansford, Kent, .... 1587, by Cooke's 

Depy. [?]. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 20 ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 86. 
„ William, of ... . crest 3 June, 1554, by ? Hawley. Add. MS. 16,940, 

fo. 207. 
NouNE or NooNE, George, of Fostocke, Norfolk by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, 

fo. 99 ; Add. MS. 12,474, fo. 55 ; Stowe MS. 670, fo. 6" ; Add. MS. 4966, 

fo. 20. 
NOURSB, John, of Chillingplace and Wood Eaton, Oxon., Esq., s. of John, of 

Melton, Bucks : Nourse impaling Engham and two crests, 28 May 1629, 

by W. Segar, Gart. (? 27 May 1630). Add. MS. 12,225, fo, 86 ; 27"' May 

1629 in Guil. 71 ; Harl. MSS. 6140, fo. 64", and 1441, fo. 160, 



GRA.NTEES OV AKMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 185 

XowELL (Noel), Andrew, of Dalbv, co. Leic, confirmed 10 Feb. 1582-3, by Cooke. 

Harl. MS. 13.59, fo. 93 ; MSS. Ashm. 834, fo. 39, and 858, fo. 40, copy of 

grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Guil. 319 ; Add. MS. 49G4, fo. 30'' ; Harl. MS. 

5887, fo. 28, 89". 
NowER, John, of Ashford, Kent, 10 Oct. 1003, by Sir E. Bysslie, Clar. Bjsshe's 

Grants, 36 ; Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 40''. 
NovES, Willian), of Bnrian, co. Cornwall .... (1591), by Cooke. Harl. MS. 

1359, fo. 112'' ; 1591 in Harl. MS. 1422. fo. 23" ; Scowc MS. 670, fo. 45. 
Nurse, Thomas, Doctor in physic, s. of .John, Alderm. of Leicester ; 15 April 1G62, 

by Walker. Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 30; copy of grant, T[arl. MS. 6179, 

fo. 30". ISec also Nourse.] 
NuTBROWNE, Nicholas, of Barkings', Essex, .... 1588, by Cooke : erni., on a chief 

sa. three lions' heads erased arsj. ; and his wife, Anue Finsen, whom see. 

Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 95, and 1441, fo. 137". 
NuTCOMBE, John, of Devonshire, s. of Nicholas, s. of John, s. of Richard, .... 

March 1657-8, by Sir E. Bysslie, Gart. Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 24. See 

Natcombe. 
NuTHALL, John, of Catenhall, Cheshire, confirmed 13 June 1582, by Flower. MS. 

Ashm. 844, fo. 52, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; 3 June 1581 in Harl. 

MS. 1359, fo. 83", and quarterly of 4 ; Guil. 352, and Berry. 
Nye alias Nicu, .... of Sussex : paly of 6 avg. and sa., per fesse counterchanged 

by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 84". 





Offley, Francis, descended from Sir Thomas [Mayor of Ijondon 1556-57]. 

Le Neve's MS. 509. [See heJoir.'] 
„ Hugh, of London, Alderm., 5 Sept. 1588, 30 Q. Eliz., by Cooke. "The 

amies was otherwise ; but now these confirmed." Harl. MS. 1859, 

fo. 14" and 109; "altered," Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 9; Harl. MS. 6179, 

fo. 14" ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 57. 
„ Sir John, of London, , by Borough. Harl. MSS. 1105, fo. 55, and 1441, 

fo. 57 ; Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 89. 
„ Sir Thomas, JIayor of London, 5 May 1547, by ? Hawley. Add. MS. 16,940, 

fo. 202" ; Le Neve's MS. 509. 
OfiDEN, John, for his faithful services to the King, temp. Chas. IL, . . . ., 

Berry's Armory. 
Ogle, Sir John, Col. of a reg' of foot under the command of the United Provinces 

of Holland, and prefect and Gov'' of the city of Utrecht, descended of the 

Barons of Bothal of the North, testified 10 Jan., 12 Jac, 1614-15, by 

Segar. Add. MS. 12.225, fo. 86" ; Grants L, 356. 
„ Mark, of Eglingham, Northumbld., gent., out of the house of Musgrave in 

that CO., grant 18 Aug., 26 H. VIIL, 1534, for services in Scotland, by 

T. Hawley, Norroy. Copy in full, Harl. MS. 1507, fo. 401 ; Q's Coll. 0.xf. 

MS. 38, fo. 35, copy of grant ; see Le Neve's MS., fo. 401. 
„ Kichard, of Pinchbeck in the partes of Holland, co. Line, Esq., coat and 

crest. Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 80 ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 73. 
Oglethorpe, . . . ., Yorks, .... 1596, by Lee. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 73" 

(fo. 33"). 
Okeover, Philip, of Okeover, co. Staff., confirmed 6 March 1585, by Flower. 

MS. Ashm. 844, p. 61, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Guil. 355. 
Okes, John, of Westminster, doctor, out of Peover, Cheshire, certified 4 June 

(May) 1608, bv R. St. George, Norr. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 78", 

(fo. 138) ; Harl. MSS. 6179, fo. 13", and 6140, fo. 74. 
Okey, Col. John, a patent 1653 (?by Bysslie), he was executed at Tyburn 1662 as 

a Regicide. Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 29". 



186 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE X\h[I. CENTURY. 

Oldfield, Anthony, of Spalclingr, co. Line, a patent, Nov. 1616, by Camden. 

Harl. MSS. 6095, fo. 35, and 1422, fo. 40" ; Anthony in Add. MS. 12,474, 

fo. 80. 
„ Philip, of Bradwell, Cheshire, confirmed 7 Feb. 1578, by Flower. MS. 

Ashm. 834, fo. 17'', and 858, fo. 39, 145, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib.; 

Guil. 74. 
„ Roger, of London, 1608, by Camden, Arms, or, on a pile engrailed az. 

three garbs or ; Crest, a griffin's head and neek erased, per fesse indented 

az. and or, thereon three guttes de sang. Caius Coll. Camb. MS. 551, 

fo. 27" ; Morgan's Sphere (ii.), 117 ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 64". 
„ Samuel, of Lond.m, attcstrd by Jo. Philipot. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 124". 
Oldisworth, Edwaid, ni' Poult. ms Court, co. Glouc, Esq., 1st s. of Nicholas, 

31 Jan. 150;i-7<». \>y ('.".ke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 115. 
Oldesavorthe, Edward, aiid his brethren, sons of Nicholas, of Paltons Court, co. 

Glouc, Esq., crest confirmed 15 June 15G9, by Sir G. Pethick, Gart., 

Cooke and Flower. MS. Ashm. 844, fo. 29, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; 

Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 71" ; Q's Coll. O.xf. MS. 39, fo. 158, copy of grant ; 

Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 55 ; Guil., 292 ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 95". 
Olyffe, John, of Fosgrove, co. Kent, gift 1560 (Harvey's Grants). Add. MS. 

16,940, fo. 26".' 
Oliver, Sir Benjamin, of Exeter, Devon, Erm., on a chief sa. 3 lions rampt. arg., 

grant 30 Nov. 1671, by Sir Edw. Bysshe. Visit. Oxford and Bucks, Her. 

Coll. and Ms. penes me. Copy of grant, Brit. Mus. 
Oliver or Olyvar, Robert, of Blandford, Dorset, 1 July 1547, by T. Hawley, 

Clar. Add. MSS. 16,940, fo. 202, and 7098, fo. 78 (fo. 55); Harl. MS. 

6179, fo. 56*. 
Oneby ats Ondeby, Dame Mercy, relict of Sir John (to his descendts.), s. of John, 

s. of John, of Ondeby, co. Leic, 7 Aug. 1680, by Sir H. St. George, Clar. 

Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 178 ; Grants III., fo. I(t8, and same date and reference 

to John, of Barwell, co. Leic, s. of Thomas, of Sheppay, co. Leic, 3rd s. 

of John, of Ondeby aforesaid. 
Onley, Edward, one of the gent, pensioners for the Q's body guard, s. of Thomas, 

2nd s. of John, of Cotesby, Northts., crest granted 7 Sept. 1507, by 

W. Dethick, Gart. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 36, fo. 63, copy of grant ; Stowe 

MS. 676, fo. 121 ; Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 13" ; Le Neve's MS. 253. 
Onslow or Anslow or Annesley, 1588, ux., see Hill, Richard, and Stowe MS. 

670, fo. 25 ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 30. 
Opie, Thomas, of Bodmin, 6 Aug. 1573, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1079, fo. 178". 
Orange, John, of the Middle Temple, , 35 Q. Eliz., 1593, by Cooke. Berry's 

Armory. 
Orford, Edward, Earl of, supporters 10 June 1697. Grants IV., fo. 225. 
Organ, Richard, of Laiuborne, Bticks [Berks], a Justice of peace, by Camden. 

Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 17", 5839, fo. 2", 2275, fo. 90", and 1115, fo. 8"; 

Morgan's Sphere, 107. 

T, , , „„ ,1 -.brothers, 1 April 1652, by Ed. Bysshe, 

ORLir.AR, Robert, of Harrold 1 q^^^_ Harl MS. 1105, fo. 15" ; Add. 

George, of Pudington, Beds, S ^^^_ j^ 393 ,.q_ ^. Bysshe's Grants, 

„ John, of London, J f^_ ^^ j.j'g,,_ (',^,||_ 

Ormk, William, Hanse Hall, co. Staff., 18 Feb. 1662-3, by W. Dngdale, Norr. 

Her. Coll. 
Orpwood, Thomas, of Abingdon, Berks, Ist s. and h. to Paul, sometime Mayor of 

Abingdon, &c, 1st s. of Thomas, sometime Mayor also, 31 Oct. 1600, by 

Camden, to Thomas and his brothers William, Robert, Richard, Lionel and 

Francis. Cott. MS. Faustina E. I., 43 ; Gnil. 166. 
Osbaldeston, John, of Osbaldeston, Esq., s. and h. of Sir Alex', of co. Lane, Knt., 

gift of crest 24 Nov. 1560, 3 Eliz., by Dalton. Harl, MSS. 1359, fo. 47, 

and 1441, fo. 46. 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE ENU OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 187 

OsBORXE, John, of llartlip, Kent, crest 3 May 1573, by Cooke. Visit. Kent, 1619, 

p. 33 ; Dr. Howard, Arch. Cant., v., 227 ; Her. and Geneal., ii., p. 43-1, 

copy of grant, Brit. Mns. 
OsBOURNE, John, of Debenham, Suff., 2 Aug. 1578, by Cooke. Harl. MS.S. 1359, 

fo. 8G^ M22, f(i. 76^ and 1085, fo. 26"^ ; Add. MS. 49G6, fo. G7. 
OSBORN, Sir Jan, uhevaHer, of Brussels, 3rd s. of Uh'ic, etc. ; dated at Brussels 

1 Sept. 1658, by Walker. Add. MSS. 14,293, fo. 98, and 14,294, fo. 33 ; 

Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 72, as Sir John, descended out of Norfolk ; Her. Coll., 

fo. 30 ; Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 79^ 
OsBOURNE, Peter, of Loudon, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 93" ; Add. MS. 

4966, fo. 63. 
OssuLSTON, Lord (Charles [John] Benet, Knt. [K.B.]), supporters, ? arms also 

(crest 24 Nov. 1682) ; 18 March 1694-5, by T. St. George, Gart. Grants IV., 

182. 
OUDART, Nicholas, s. of Christopher ; born in Mechlin in Brabant ; Sec. to Sir 

William Boswell, Knt., resident with the States General, and to Sir Ed. 

Nicholas, principal Sec. of State ; made a free denizen of England by 

Chas. I. ; confirmed at Oxford 1 May 1645, by Walker. Add. MS. 14,294, 

fo. 28. 
OuTLAWE, Thomas (s. of Rafe) .... of Wichinghani, Norfolk, a patent .... June 

1613, by Camden. Harl. MS. 6095, fo. 27" ; Guil. 193. 
Over, .... or, on a bend az. a fret of the field .... by W. Segar. Add. MS. 

12,225, fo. 86". 
Overbury, Thomas, of Aston sub Edge, co. Glouc by Cooke. Harl. MS. 

1359, fo. 105. 
Overman, .... of Southwark, Surrey : az., a chev. betw. three fleurs-de-lis or, on 

a chief of the last a lyon passant guardant gu 1628, by Segar. Add. 

MS. 12,225, fo. 87. 
Owen, Edward, of Shrewsburj', gent., grant of a canton and crest 8 Dec. 1582, by 

Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 92" ; MS. Ashm. 858, fo. 138, copy of grant, 

Bodleian Lib. ; Harl. MS. 1422. fo. 62 ; Misc. Gen. et Her., 2nd S., vol. ii., 

p. 249 ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 59 ; Sheriffs of Montgomeryshire, by W. V. 

Llovd, 39. 
„ George, of the co. of Oxford, (had William and . . . .) Stowe MS., coat and 

crest .... Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 80" ; Stowe MS. 692, 

fo. 73. 
„ Lewis, of Crewthyn, co. Carnarvon, 14 March 1616, by Segar. Egerton MS. 

2586, fo. 226, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. 
„ Thomas, of Lincoln's Liii : quarterly of 4 (Ireland, O'Heley and Cole) 

by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 92" ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 59 ; for differences 

iee Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 72. 
Owen, see Long. 
Oxbdrgu, Thomas, of Linn, Norfolk, .... 1613, by Camden. Quarterly of 4 : 

1 Oxburgh, 2 Hever, 3 ,4 Harl. MSS. 6095, fo. 40", and 1441, 

fo. 152". 
Oxexdex, John, .... 6 Feb. 1445-6, 24 H. VI., by John Wryxworth, (Guyon) 

King of Arms. Visit. Kent [1619], 88 ; Arch. Cant., vi., p. 277 ; 1428 

in MS. Ashm. 858, fo. 64 (but wrongly), copy of grant, P.odleian Lib. 
Oxenham, William, of South Tawton, Devon, 7 March 1694-5, by T. St. George, 

Gart. and Clar. Stowe MS. 714, fo. 132 ; Grants IV., 181 ; Harl. MS. 

6179, fo. 93". 
OiwicKE, .... Norfolk and London, mercht. ; pedigree subscribed by W. Ryley, 

LanC, see arms. Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 97. 



188 GRA"NTEES 0^ ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 



Pace, .... of London : coat, or, on a cross quarterly az. and gn. a bird, etc. ; 
crest, a boar's head caboshed, standing in pale sa. a cross crosslet fitchee 
and an ankker in saltire on the neck, armed, snowted and eared or, Pvulned. 
Coat and crest in later hand. Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 84" ; 
Stowe MS. 692, fo. 78 ; Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 47. Pacey. ? A crest for 
the next named. 
M'^ Richard, " the King's high and principal! secretarye," granted 12 Feb. 
1517-18, 9 H. VIII., by T. Wriothesley and Benolt. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 
38, fo. 30, copy of grant ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 7"= ; Grant in Reg. Off. 
Paoke, Christopher, (Lord Mayor of London), 26 July 1683, by Sir William 
Dugdale, Gart., and St. George, Clar. Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 178 ; Grants III., 
fo. 202 ; Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 52. 
„ John, of London, High Sheriff of Suff. ; 20 Jan. 1696-7, by T. St. George, 
Gart. and Clar. Add. MS. 14,831, fo. 41 ; Grants IV., 218. 
Packer, William, .... 1645, by W. Ryley, Lane. Herald. Stowe MS. 703, fo. 63. 
Packinoton, Thomas, of Edgworth, Middx. ; testified by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, 

fo. 87" ; Vincent's Surrey, C. 129, fo. 541 ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 80". 
Paddon, Robert, of Hinton Dawbeny, Hants, 16 May 1590, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 

1359, fo. 100, 1422, fo. 94", and 1544, fo. 1". 
Paddy, Nicholas, Lancaster Herald, and "I 24 June 1590, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 
William, D' Phys., his brother, / 1422, fo. 22", and 1359, fo. 103" ; 
Stowe MS. 692, fo. 77. 
Page Rt. Hon. Sir Richd., Knt., a gift of crest and arms quarterly, confirmed 
1 Feb. 1530-31, 22 H. VIII., by Benolt. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 12 ; Harl. 
MSS. 1359, fo. 19, and 1422, fo. 116". 
Col. Sir Richard, at Oxford, 6 May 1645, by Walker. Add. MSS. 14,293, 
fo. 110, and 14,294, fo. 36" ; Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 72" ; Her. Coll., fo. 25. 
„ William, of Hegesett, Suff., gent., grant 16 Sept. 1552, by Sir G. Dethick, 
Gart. Ex. Mag. Reg. ; Stowe MS. 676, fo. 21" ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 37, 
fo. 30, copy of grant ; Grants I., 192 ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 50, as Edward, 
and Harl. MS. 1116, fo. 47. 
Paget, Robert, Sheriff of London ; 1536. Berry's Armory. 

Paqett, William, born in London, Clarke of the Privy Counsel and one of the four 
clarkes of his highness signet, grant 1 June 1541, by Hawley. Q's Coll. 
Oxf MS. 38, fo. 40 ; Harl. MS. 1507, fo. 406, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. ; 
Grants II., 541 ; Le Neve's MS. 406. 
Paget, Sir William, of Bromley, co. Staff., Knt., alteration of coat and crest (after 
1540); "he had other afore of Clarenceux which he misliked," etc. 
Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 85" ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 78". 
„ Sir William, Lord of Beaudesert, confirmation, by letters patent dated at 
Westminster, of his arms, crest and snpprs., by Ed. VI. (1547—53). Her. 
Coll., M. 14, fo. 48 ; MS. Ashm. 834, fo. 45", and 844, fo. 23, 24, 25, 
copies of letters patent, Bodleian Lib. 
PAfiiTT, Thomas, of the Middle Temple, London, s. and h. of Richard, of Cranford, 
CO. Northampt., 24 Feb. 1575-6, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1470, fo. 148 ; 1584 
in Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 38", and Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 116; Guil. 243; 
Add. MS. 4966, fo. 62". 

Pageave, John, of Colsford, Somerset, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 116" ; 

Add. MS. 4966, fo. 29. 
Palmer, .... Crest, a demi-panther, etc. Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, 
fo. 81 : Stowe MS. 692, fo. 78. Arms and crest, a demi-dragon, etc. 
Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 81 ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 78. 
„ Anthony, of Stockdale, CO. Northampt., .... 1580, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 
1422, fo. 91, and 1359, fo. 112". 



GRANTEES OF AUMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 189 

Palmer, Henry, Beakesbourne, Kent. I08G, by Oooke. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 13. 

„ John, of Ilartlipp, Kent, Qaarterlv .... 1576, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, 

fo. 105 ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 146, fo. 472. 
„ John, s. of John, . . . ., by R. St. George, Norroy. Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 72". 
„ John, M. A., Archdeacon of Nortliampton,"] all sous of Joseph, late of 
„ Elias, of Stepney, Middx., > Cropredy, Northants, gent., 

„ Nathaniel, of Kingston-upon-HuU, J dec'', 3 May 1670, by Walker. 

Add. MSS. 14,293, fo. 74, 

and 14,294, fo. 22 ; Harl. :\1.^. 1172, fo. 61" ; Gail. 118, copy of grant. 
„ Richard, of Wokingham, Berks, s. and h. of Richard, of the same, 20 Feb. 

1665-6 (16 Chas. II., 1663-4), by Sir Edw. Bysshe. Harl. MS. 1172, 

fo. 34" ; MSS. Ashm. 840, fo. 429, and 858, fo. 212, 213, copy of grant, 

Bodleian Lib. ; Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 30. 
„ Thomas, with Welsh-Bardic verse. Quarterly, not a grant. [Grants] II., 

682, Her. Coll. 
„ William, of Lemington, co. Glouc, 5 Oct. 1553, by ? Hawley, Clar. Add. MS. 

16,940, fo. 206. 
„ William, of Hill, Bedf., a Justice of the Peace, s. of Robert, of the same, 

grant, Feb. 1634-5, by Sir R.St. George, Clar. Q's Coll. 0.\f. MS. 36, 

fo. 127, copy of grant, and also Harl. MSS. 4600, fo. 59, and 1531, 

fo. 175" ; compare Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 72". 
Palsueyde, , crest , Barker's Grants. Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 83 ; Stowe 

MS. 692, fo. 78. 
Paltock, Edward, of Kingston-upon-Thames, Surrey, gent., s. of Robert, of the 

same, gent., arms confirmed and crest granted to him and descendants of 

his father, 14 Feb., 9 Jac, 1611-12, by Segar. Harl. MSS. 1470, fo. 170, 

and 1420, fo. 41, as George ; Surrey Arch. Soc, iii., 351 ; Harl. MS. 1359, 

fo. 65, copy of gi-ant ; Guil. 138, as Edmund. 
„ John, of Kingston-upon-Thames, Surrey, s. of Robert, gent., coat confirmed and 

crest granted 14 Feb., 9 Jac, 161 1-12, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 88". 
Pamphlin, Robert, yeoman of the Robes to Q. Eliz. See Add. MS. 5822, fo. 43" ; 

Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 51. 
Panton, Henry, of Lewes, Sussex, Doctor of physic, patent 4 July 1615, by 

Camden. Harl. MSS. 6095, fo. 38", and 1422, fo. 40. 
Paramore , of Shropshire, given . . . ., 1574, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, 

fo. 115", arg., on a fesse az. three crescents of the field ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 91". 
„ Thomas, of Sar, Isle of Thanet, Kent, allowed and assigned 1585, by Cooke. 

Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 99 ; Guil. 88 ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 20". 
„ Thomas, of Canterbury, sometime late niaior of that city, s. of John, of 

Preston, s. of Henry, s. of Thomas, of Parauiore Street in Ashe, juxta 

Sandwich, patent . . . ., Jlay 1616, by Camden. Harl. MSS. 6095, fo. 34, 

and 1422, fo. 40". 
Parbo or Perbo, Edward, of Lincoln's Inn, Esq., s. of Capt. Parbo, who was in the 

wars at St. Quiutiii's and at Newhaven, s. and h. of Thomas, s. and h. of 

James, of Pevor, Cheshire ; patent 14 Nov. 1620, by Segar. Add. JfS. 

12,225, fo. 92 : Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 63". 
Parke, . . . ., crest . . . ., Barker's Grants. Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 85 ; Stowe i\IS. 

692, fo. 78. 
„ Thomas, of Wisbech, Isle of Ely, confirmed 1628, by Segar. Add. MS. 

12,225, fo. 88"; 1618 in Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 13" ; Guil. 161. 
Parker, Thomas, of the Willows (Walsham), Suff., Austin Parker of Stanton, and 

to George and Richard their brethren, erm., on a chief vert 3 bucks' heads 

cabossed or, 18 Feb. 1609-10, by Segar, Gart. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 89 ; 

H. 24, Heralds' College ; Guil. 161 ; Harl. MSS. 1085, fo. 25", and 6140, 

fo. 39". 
„ . . . ., of Margate, Isle of Thanet, . . . ., by Borough. Harl. MSS. 1105, 

fo. 55, and 1441, fo. 59 ; Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 88" ; Guil. 307. 



190 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

Parker, Henry, Fi-yth Hall, Essex, gent., g-rant i or il Feb. 1537-8, by Barker. 

Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 37 ; Harl.^MS. U70, fo. 113, copy of grant, Brit. 

Mus. ; Harl. MS. .5846, fo. 86'> ; Misc. Gen. et Her., 3 S.. vol. i., p. 97 ; 

Guil. 344 ; Grants I., 9 ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 2. 
„ John, of Rattoti, Sussex, Esq., arms confirmed and crest granted 20 June, 

2 and 3 Philip and Mary, 155G, by Sir G. Dethick, Gart. Q's Coll. Oxf. 

MS. 39, fo. 68, copy of grant ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 67" ; Add. MS. 32,659, 

fo. 141. 
„ John, of Lambeth (1 s. of Matthew, Archbp. of Canterbury), crest and 

different coat assigned (from 1559, coat, the archbishop's) 28 May 1572, 

and by another patent to his brother Mathew, by Cooke, Clar. (MS. Ashm. 

844, fo. 7, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib., alteration of arms and gift of new 

crest to John and Mathew). Her. and Geneal., i., p. 82; Misc. Gen. 

et Her., N. S., i., 408 ; Guil. 307. 
„ John, of London, s. of Roger , by Cooke, Clar. Stowe MS. 670, 

fo. 47. 
„ John, Sibertswold, Kent, grant 6 May 1588, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, 

fo. 104^ 1422, fo. 89^ and 1470, fo. 106 ; Guil. 248 ; Stowe MS. 670, 

fo. 24, 38, different crests, and Add. MSS. 14,297, fo. 22, 36, and 4966, 

fo. 85. 
„ Matthew, Archbp. of Canterbury, arms 28 Nov. 1559, by Sir G. Dethick, 

Gart. MS. Ashm. 834, fo. 8, copy of giant, Bodleian Lib. Harl. MSS. 

1359, fo. 78^ and 1441, fo. 62 ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 3 ; Her. and 

Geneal., i., 81 ; Guil. 307 ; Grants I., 55. 
„ Nicholas, of Finglesham, Kent, s. of William, of the same, out of Norfolk, 

Patent 10 Sept. or Dec. 1608, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 89 ; Harl. 

MS. 6140, fo. 36". 
„ Thomas, of Gloucester, temp. H. VIIL, Add. MS. 26,702, 

fo. 51". 
„ Thomas, ~| sons of Tiiomas, s. of Thomas, of Yorksh., brotiiers ; cou- 
„ William and J> firmed 20 April 1563, by Flower. MS. Ashm. 834, fo. 5, 
„ Martyn, J copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Guil. 396. 
„ William alias Malverne, Loi'd Abbot of Gloucester, 1515, with crest, .... 

Add. MS. 26,702, fo. b9\ 
„ William, of London, , 1591, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 103", and 

1422, fo. 89". 
„ William, of London, draper, s. of Philip, of St. Wem, Cornwall, 10 April 

1661, by Walker, Gart. Her. Coll. 39. 
Paekes, Margaret, dau. of Thomas, of Bassingbourne, co. Line, wife or widow of 

Robert Wythens, Sheriff of London, grant 10 Jan. 1593-4, by W. Dethick, 

Gart. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 36, fo. 45, copy of grant ; Harl. MSS. 1453, 

fo. 34, and 3526, fo. 143. 
„ Richard, of Williugworth, co. Staff., 4 Feb. 1614-15, by Ric. St. George. 

Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 62 ; Grants IL, fo. 666 ; C. 10 [Visit. Staff., 1614], 

95" ; C. 36 [Visit. Staff., 1663], fo. 52" ; Hari. MS. 1052, fo. 206" ; Add. 

MS. 31,896, fo. 89, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. ; Add. MS. 7025, fo. 202; 

orig. grant. Grants IL, iJGG ; Le Neve's MS. 502. 
Parkhurst, John, Bp. of Norwich, 4 Sept. 1560, by G. Dethick, Gart. (allowed to 

Alderm. Robert Parkhurst without the crescent, by R. St. George, Clar., 

and Segar, Gart., . . . ., 1631). Harl. MS. 5823, fo. 4, see ; Harl. MSS. 

1441, fo. 63, and 1359, fo. 79" ; Q's Col. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 109, copy of 

grant, and MS. 145, fo. 3, which see; Grants L, 51. 
„ Sir William, of London, Kt., and] 10 Sept. 1624, by R. St. George. Hari. 
„ Robert (mentioned above), some I MS. 1441, fo. 46 ; Add. MS. 14,295, 

time Alderman of the Citv of f fo. 64" ; I. 22, 103, and Certif. (not 

London, " J marked) 48 [Her. Coll.] ; Q's Coll. Oxf. 

MS.145,fo.4; ««eHarl.MS.1422,fo.l2. 



GKANTEES OF ARMS TO THE EKD OF TEE XVII. CENTUllY. 



191 



Parkhurst, Sir William, Kiit., s^rant. arg., a cross eimiiies beiw. 4 roebucks 

trippant ppr., Feb. 1631-2,' by Segar. Add. M.S. 12,'22b, fo. 89'' ; Q's Coll. 

Oxf. MS. U5, fo. 4; ermine in Harl. MS. 5887, fo. Ill", an Alderm. 

of London [? Sir Robert Parkhurst, Kt.. Alderni.]. 

Parkexs, .John, of London , 158i), bv Cooke. Ilarl. MS. 1359, fo. 100. 

Parkin, Philip, of Coleman Street, liondon, 1 i\rav 1570, by G. Dethick, Gart. 

Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 10; Paskin in Harl. .MS. 5«87, fo. :^3 ; Add. M.S. 

5524, fo. 207". 
Parkins, Richard, of Ifattisfield, Berks [co. AVorcestur], confirmed is Aug. 15u9, 

by Hervey. MS. Aslim. 858, fo. 159, copy of grunt, Kodlcian Lili. 
„ William, of Merston Jabet, co. Warw., 11 .July 1682, by Sir W'" Du.u.lale and 

Clar. Harl. MS. 0834, fo. 178 ; Grants IIL, fo. 153. 
Parkinson, .James, ais Fetlierston, gent., co. WestiiKirhmd in tlie barony 

[? Deanery] of Kendal, crest 17 ilay 1500, by Sir G. DLtiiiek. Gart. Cott. 

MS. Faustina E. 1, 18", copy of grant, Brit. Mus. 
Parr, Q. Katharine, augmeutaiion ..... femp. Ily. VflL, .... ? letters patent; 

Berry's Armory. 
„ John, of London, principal embroder to the Queen, s. of Robert, of Sldley, 

CO. Warw., who was descended from Thurston Pari', of Parwith, co. Lane, 

Quarterly of 6,giant of coat and crest 20 Sept. 1590, by W. Detbick, Gart. 

Stowe MS. 076, fo. 80; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 37, fo. 118, copy of giant. 

These three crests or badges, with the amies of Parre, and four other 

forged coats, by Wm. Deth'ick, Gart., for which and a forged pedigree he 

had ten pounds as the said Parre confessed. Entered by R. Brooke, York 

Herald. Harl. MS. 1453, fo. 32. 
Parrinchefe or Pkrrinchefe, Richard, D.D., Preiiendary of Westminster, .... 

1665 ? (Basset on E.P.). 
Parris, Robert, of Hitchiu, Herts, 15 June 1573, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, 

fo. 101, and 1422, fo. 94" ; s. of Thomas, of Hitchin, gent., in Stowe MS. 

077, fo. 33. 
Parry, Edith, ux. Nicholas Wheeler, "only for her tyme," etc., by Cooke, Clar. 

Stowe MS. 070, fo. 12". 
„ Henry, S.T.D., Chaplain to the Queen, s. of Henry, s. of Wdliam, of Worme- 

bridge, co. Hereford (no date), marshalled by W. Camden. Grants IL, 588. 
„ John, of Morehampton, co. Hereford (1509), s. of Stephen, s. of John, 

2 s. of Myles, s. of Henry ap Griffith ap Henry ap Jones, Arg., a fess 

between three lozenges within a bordure az. 
„ William, attaynted for high treason 1578-9, V (iv-t. I.y sir G. Dethick. Harl. 

MSS. 5847, fo. 46", and 1441, fo. 89"; Aibl. .Ms. •.'.;. 7,-,3, fo. 121,121"; 

Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 47"; Harl. Ms. ,-,s.s7. In. 39; the traytor, 

Harl. MS. 1110, fo. 74" ; see also fo. 74 for another coat. 
Parsons, John, s. of John, late of Steyning, Sussex, 23 April 1001, 13 Ch. U. 

Bysshe's Grants, fo. 1, Her. Coll. ; Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 10"; Add. MS. 

14,293, fo. 13 ; Guil. 380. 
„ Sir John, of Boveny and Langly, Bucks, (s. of John) ; marr. Elizabeth, d. 

and h. of Sir Johu Kedermiuster of Langley, Master of the Rolls ; alteration 

of old coat and crest, quartering Kederininster and Hampden, by Segar 

Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 89" ; Harl. MS. 0140, fo. 79. 

Partrige, Ashabell, of London, Esq., one of the chief and prineipall gonldsmiths 

to Q. Eliz. ; 30 April 1559, by Harvey. Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 45, copy of 

grant ; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 90 ; Guil. 235 ; Grants L, 333 ; Harl. MS. 

5887, fo. GO. 
„ Husrh, borne in the North parts, gent., tjranted at London 5 Feb., 2 Ed. VL, 

1548-9, by Gilb. Dethick, Norr. Copy of grant, Q's Coll. Oxf. MSS. 37, 

fo. 17, and 39, fo. 12, and Harl. MS. 15n7, fo. 439, in Brit. Mus. (ex. Mag. 

Reg., G. Dethick) ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 4 ; Grants L, 334 ; Le Neve's 

MS. 439. 



192 GRA^ITEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

PAitTiuDOE, James, s. and b. of Henry, 2nd s. of Robert, younger bro. of Henry, of 

Allestree, Kent ; confirmed 4 JIarch ICSO-Sl, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, 

fo, 90 ; Giiil. 119 : Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 162. 
Partuyche, Miles, of London, grant .... Barker's Grants, Stowe MS. G92, 

fo. 78''. 
Peetriche or Partriche, Nicholas, of London, coat and crest .... Barker's 

Grants, Harl. MS. bUG, fo. 82 ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 77, as Partriche. 
Partriche, William, of Syseter, co. Glouc, gent., s. of John, s. of William, s. of 

Roger, of Kendak'in co. York, gent. ; confirmed 20 April 15G1, by Dalton. 

Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 88, fo. 76, copy of grant; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 50'' ; 

confirmed 1566, by Harvey, in Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 15. 
Parvis, Edward, of Surrey, gent.", and to the posterity of his bro. Henry ; arms 

confirmed and ratified a Dec. 1597, by W"" Dethick, Gart., Camden and 

Segar. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 52, 1470, fo. 253, and 1359, fo. 1" ; Guil. 

226 ; copy of grant. 
„ Henry, of Surrey, gent., 12 Jan. 1581-2, by Sir Gilbert Dethick, Gart. 

Harl. MS. 1441, fb. 80^ and Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 32. And again, 

3 Dec. 1597, (to him) and his brother Edward, by W. Dethick, Gart., 
Camden and Sesar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 90 ; (copy of grant, Harl. MS. 
1359, fo. 1") ; Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 52, and 1470, fo. 253 ; Surrey Arch. 
Soc, iii., 352 ; Guil. 226 ; Harl. MSS. 5887, fo. 45", and 6140, fo. 76*. 

Paschall, John, of Much Baddowe, Essex, Esq., arms and crest given .... 1558, 

4 and 5 Philip and Mary, by Harvey. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 146, fo. 467 ; 
(2 Q. Eliz., 1560, in Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 31") ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 24 ; 
Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 51''. 

Paske or Pashb, . . . ., D.D. : Quarterly, az. and sa., in the 2'"' and 3"" a fleur-de-lis 

silver by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 90". 

Paskin or Parkin, Philip, of Culman St., London, 1 May 1570, by G. Dethick, 

Gart. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 16 ; Paskin in Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 33 ; Add. 

MS. 5524, fo. 207". 
Passemer or Pattismore, John, of Passemer Heys and of Sweton, Devon ; crest 

.... Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 83"; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 78 ; 

Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 74". 
Patenson, John, of Ijondon, confirmed .... 1560, 3 Q. Eliz. (Harvey's Grants), 

Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 30 ; Vintner Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 76. 

Patentees for Alamodes, Renforces and Lutestringes, 14 March 169?, by 

T. St. George, Gart. and Clar. Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 178; Grants IV., 

fo. 112. 
Patmer, see Briggs. 
Patrickson, Anthony, of Stokehowe, Cumbld., .... 1592, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 

1359, fo. 106" ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 93. 
Pattismore, see Passemer. 
Paule, William, D.D., Chaplain in ord>' and dean of Lichfield ; 18 Feb. lCGO-1, by 

Sir E. Walker (died Bp. Oxford). Her. Coll. 37. 
Paule, Richard, of Norfolk, .... by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 105 ; called 

Henry in Stowe MS. 670, fo. 65. 
Paulet, see Winchester. Grants III., 119". 
Pawlett , nat. s. of Sir William Morgan of Winchester, by Sir W. Segar, 

Gart. Harl. MS. 1544, fo. 194. 
Payler, William, of York, J. P. East Riding, confirmed 20 Oct. 1585, by Flower. 

MS. Ashni. 834, fo. 59, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Guil. 274. 
Payne, Edward, .... 3 Feb. 1646-7, by E. Bysshe, Gart. Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 18. 

Confirmed 1662, see next entry. 
„ Edward, Richard, Robert, Charles and Henry, sons of Edward, late of East 

Grinsted, Sussex, 25 Feb. 1661-2, 13 Chas. II. Bysshe's Grants (?fo. 1), 

Her. Coll. ; Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 16" ; Add. MS. 14,293, fo. 14"; Guil. 

393. 



GRAXTKES OF ARMS TO THF. END OF THE XTII. CENTURY. 193 

PWXE, Elizabeth, dan. of Juliii, of Denbigh, geiit., wid. of Henry Reignolds, 
"bein£i now of great a^-e,'" and (Reionolds [als Payne], Henry, son of 
the above); srrant June 1588, by W. Detbiek, Gart. Stowe MS. G76, 
fo. 75 ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 37, fo. 109, copy of grant. See also John 
Payne and Reignolds. Grants I., 145. 
P\iNE, Isaac, Adrian, Nicholas and William, of the city of Norwich, l<i Feb. 

l(;70-7]. Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 22. Hv Bvsshe, Clar. 
PWNE, .John, of T.ondon. par. of St. Clement's without Temple Bar, gent., grant 
1(1 April 155G, by T. Hawley. Add. MS. 10,940, fo. 207" ; Q's Coll. Oxf. 
MS. 38, fo. 61, copy of grant ; Add. MS. 7098, fo. 77" (fo. 35). 
P\YX ats Gybon, John, D.C.L., Advocate of the Court of Arches and a master in 
Chancery ; crest 24 Nov. 1570, by Cook. MS. Ashm. 844, fo. 48, copy of 
grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Gnil. 273. 
Payne, John, s. of John, of co. Denbigh, and Paine, Henry ; Reignold, Henry, 
ais Paine, s. of Elizabeth, full sister to the aforesaid John ; crest 19 May 
1575, by Sir G. Dethick. Harl. MSS. 1441, fo. 83", and 5847, fo. 37 ; 
Q's Coll. O.xf. MS. 37, fo. GO, copy of grant, and MS. 145, fo. 38 ; Stowe 
MS. 671), fo. 4G" ; Grants I., 145, Her. Coll., transcript imperfect. 

John, of London, 158G, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 90, and 1422, 

fo. G4, ? coat same as AVilliani, 1586 ; Add. MS. 49G6, fo. 35. 
„ John, s. of Richard, s. of John, of Nantwich, Cheshire, gent., 1 Oct. 1601, by 

Segar. Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 25, copy of grant. 
„ John, of Stoke by Neyland, Sutf., s. of John, 23 July, 13 Jac, 1615, by 
Segal'. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 88 ; Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 10", copy of grant. 
„ John, of Hough, co. Line, .... 1661. Bysshe's Grants, Her. Coll., fo. 26? ; 
Hail. :MSS. 1105, fo. 18", and 6179, fo. 31, one of ye secondaries of ye 
Exchequer and of ye Inner Temple. 
Paine, Sir Joseph, Knt., Mayor of Norwich ; 1 Sept. 1660, by Walker. Add. MSS. 
14,293, fo. 88, and 14,294, fo. 26: Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 70, as Payne; 
Gnil. 189, as Payne. 
Payne, Nicholas, of Walliugford, Berks, Clerk and comptroller of the Queen's 
Household (2ud s. of John, of Houghton, co. Staff.) ; confirmed 12 Jan. 
1586-7, by Flower. See MS. Ashm. 834, fo. 64, 65, copy of grant, Bodleian 
Lib. ; Gull. 121 ; ? William. 
Paine, Robert, s. and h. of Robert, of Midlow, Hunts, 14 Nov., 2 Jac, 1604, by 
Segar and Camden. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 87" (88 Sir Robt.) ; Harl. MSS. 
6140, fo. 77", and 5839, fo. 42" ; Guil. 89. 
Payne, Thomas, of Dunham, Norfolk, bv Cooke, .... Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 64, 
and 1422, fo. 64 ; Add. MS. 49(16, fo. 34. 
„ William, of London (s. of Philip, of Chepstow, Sufi"., s. of Philip, s. of John, 
of Chepstow, s. of Thomas, of Wales) ; confirmed or granted .... 1586, 
by Cooke. Guil. 259, same arms as John, 1586. 
Paynell, Jeffrey, .... gu., two chevrons and a bordure arg., by Camden .... 

Morgan's Sphere, 118. 
Paynter, see Camborne. 

Humphrey, one of H.JI.'s sergeant chirugeons in ordinary (royalist) at 
Oxford; 21 Feb. 1645-6, by Walker. Add. MS. 14,294, fo. 31 ; Her. Coll., 
fo. 26. Coat afterwards altered. 
„ John, of Spvowle, Norfolk, gent., s. of Robert, gen., 4 July 1609, by Segar. 
A(hl. :\is. U'.L'L':.. fn. '.Id" ; Jan. in Guil. 291. 
Paynter >ta^m:i;s, ('oin|iaiiv of, grant 3 Feb. 1484-5, 2 R. III., by Sir T. 
Huliue, Clar., e-iiliruu'd 1 1 Oct. 1530, 22 IL VIII., by Benolt. Ilarl. MS. 
1470, fo. 190 ; M.-^. Ashm. 858, fo. 40, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib., and 
834, p. 63 ; Her. and Geneal., i., 121. 
Paynton, John, town clerk of citv of O-xford, 8 July 1679, by W. Dugdale, Gart., 
and H. St. George, Xorr.' Stowe MS. 714, fo. 118" ; Grants III.. 93 ; 
Guil. 372. 



194 GKAKTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OE THE XTII. CENTTJET. 

Payton, Anne, dau. of Christoplier Payton and wife of Sir Rich. Gray, Sec. of 
Ireland, a patent, July 1612, by Camden. Stowe MS. 706, fo. 50 ; Harl. 
]\ISS. 1422, fo. 37", and 6095, fo. 23\ 
Peachey, William, of London, mercht., s. of Edwai-d, of Petworth, Sussex, 20 Feb. 

16(;3-4, by Sir E. Bysslie, Clar. Bysshe's Grants, 40. 
Peycock, . . . ., of Waterford in Ireland, crest . . . ., Barker's Grants. Harl. MS. 

5846, fo. 84" ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 78. 
Peacock, . . . ., Redburne, co. Hereford, 2 May 1598, by W, Del hick, Gart., 
Camden and Segar. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 15. 
„ John, of Cowley, Berks, 27 June 1640, by Borough, llarl. MSS. 1105, 

fo. 57, and 1441, fo. 58" ; Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 93 ; Guil. 307. 
„ Simon, of Burne Hall, co. Durham, 10 Nov. 1688, by T. St. George, Gart., 
and J. Dugald [Dugdale], Norr. Stowe MS. 714, fo. 158 ; Grants IV., 
27 ; Guil. 233. 
Peak, Richard, of Garboldisham, Norfolk, 1624. by R. St. George, Norroy. Harl. 

MS. 1085, fo. 51". 
Peke, Edward, Sandwich, Kent, arms as next (Merest differs), by Cooke. Stowe 
MSS. 670, fo. ,s", iiud CIS, ih. 65". 
„ Edward, of Holdchureh Gate in Kent, 2 March 1584-5, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 
1359, fo. 101. 
Peake, Richard, of London, 2nd s. of Francis, 3rd s. of William, late of Lutter- 
worth, s. and h. of John, etc., at London, 13 Sept. 1598, by W. Dethick, 
Gart., and Camden (wings in crest ermine). Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 36". 
„ Robert, of Walton, co. Line, crest confirmed .... 1562 (Harvey's Grants). 

Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 38. 
„ f Thomas, of Grays Inn, gent., 1st s. of Francis, 3rd s. of William, of 
I Lutterworth, s. and h. of John, of Tyrlington, commonly called 
J Turlington, and 
„ j Richard, of co. Leic, of London, gent., 13 Dec. 1598, by W. Dethick, 
I (iart., and Camden (difl'erent cre.sts), wings in crest arg. (13 Dec. in) 
I Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 115", 116. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 36". 
„ Thomas, of London, merchant tayler, . . . ., by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, 
fo. 9L 
Peak, Sir William, Knt., Alderm. of the city of London (s. of Boniface Peak of 
Achurch, Northants), 20 July 1664, by consent of Sir Robert Peake of 
the city of London, governor of Basing, and Col. in the service of the 
King, by Walker. Add. MSS. 14,293, fo. 39, and 14,294, fo. 10 ; Harl. 
MS."ll72, fo. 54 (see Guil. 187), copy of grant. 
Peard, . . . ., of Devonshire, . . . ., May 1606, by Camden. Harl. MS. 0095, fo. 5" ; 

of Barnstaple, Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 19. 
Pkarse, Thomas, of Court, par. of Bigby, or Bigbury, Devon, granted 12 Aug. 
1641, arg., two bars sa. and 6 estoiles gu., 3, 2, 1, by Borough. Peirse, 
1644, in Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 57"; Caius Coll. Camb. MS. 551, copy of 
grant ; Guil. 89. 
Peck, John, of Winchelsea, Sussex, . . . ., by Cooke. Add. MS. 4964, fo. 85 ; 
Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 106". 
„ Thomas, late mayor and head Alderm. of Norwich, and one of the Justices of 
the peace, grant, bv (by Gart.) Sir G. Dethick. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 35" ; 
Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 30, fo. 109, copy of grant. 
„ AVilliam, of Wood Felling, Norfolk, gent., attestation of arms and crest bv 

Segar, Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 92" ; Stowe MS. 677, fo. 9 "poured 

p me R. Mundy." 
Peckham, Peirs, of the city of London, confirmed by Rogier Riclimont ais 
Clarencieux, 30 June 1494, 9 H. VII. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 15, copy 
of grant ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 7 ; Grants II., 535. 
Pedi.ev, James, of Abbotsley, Hunts, esq.. High Sheril}',by Segar, .... Add. MS. 
12,225, fo. 91"; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 65"; his dau. married Bigg, 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 195 

•' pnicnied by ino, R. Muiuly " ; Stowe MS. 677, fo. 7" ; Add. MS. 12,474, 

Feircb, Sir Eiliuoud, Kiit., Doctor of Law, Royalist, taken prisoner 1640, served in 
H.M. life guards, etc., alteration of coat and augineutatiou 20 May 1661, 
by Sir E. Walker, Gart. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 54, copy of grant, Brit. Mus., 
and see Kdward Percy. 

Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 54 [slip inserted with abstract of Patent to ? Sir 
Edward Percie 20 March 1642, ? to Sir Edmund Pierce in 1661]. 

Whereas Sir Edward Percie, Knt., Doctor of Law, hath from the 
beginning of the unnatural divisions and rebellion in his Majesties 
Kingdoms and dominions with great zeale and affections applied himself to 
his Majesties just cause and interest, and in the year one thousand six 
hundred forty two was by his Majestic from Yorke upon speciall trust and 
confidence imployed into the County of Kent, where, falling into the hands 
of rebells upon the account of his loyalty, he was for divers weeks detained 
prisoner by them from which after he had with much difficulty obtained 
his liberty, the war being then begun and his Majestye settled in the Citty 
of Oxford, he sometime served in his Majesty's J^ife Guards and shortly 
after he was made Colonell of a Regiment of Horse, wherewith he 
faithfully and actively served his Majestie at severall Battles fought with 
Rebells at Newbery, (Jheriton, (Jopred'y Bridge, Lostwithiel, and taking of 
the Cittys, Townes and fortes of Winchester, Bristol, Gloucester, Leicester, 
Wardour Castle, Arundel Castle, Lipiat Castle and Woodhouse and divers 
other places, and in those services received several wounds, and whereas 
also for much of the said time hee the said Sir Edward Percie was by his 
Majesties especiall Commission constituted judge Marshal and Advocate 
General of his Majesties Royall arms whereby and iu Consideration of his 
service performed therein and of his Constancy, Courage and fidelity, his 
Majesty hath not only dignified him with the Order and degree of Knight- 
hood, but hath esteemed "him worthy of some peculiar marks and addition 
of amies to be borne by him and conveyed to posterity as a testimony of 
his loyalty and service. 

Arms : Or, upon a pile az. an unicorn rampant of the first ; altered to 
or, an unicorn rampant az. ; and for augmentation, upon a canton az. 
a tieur-de-lis or. 

Grant of crest : A unicorn's head erased az., attired and gorged with 
a ducal crown or. Granted by Edward Walker, Gart., 20 Aug. 1661. 
A Master iu Chancery ; Knighted at Greenwich 10 .July 1645. (Knights, 
1558—1752, Add. 32,102 [fo. 133 has 10 July 1645, to Sir Edmund 
Peerce of Greenwich, LL.I)., M' of Chancery].) 
Pkerse, Edmund, of Alveston, co. Warwick, 10 June or July 1605, by Camden. 
Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. IS), and 6095, fo. 4"; Giiil. 360 ; Le Neve's MSS. 384 
and 280. 
Peyrse, John, of Xorwold, Norfolk, confirmed 20 Aug. 1560, 2 Q. E. (Harvey's 

Grants). Add. MS. l(;,i)40, fo. 17" ; Harl. MS. 2198, fo. 6. 
Peiuse, John, of East (ireenwich,] both servers in ordinary of H.M.'s Chamber, 
Kent, and brother > sous of Henry, of Bedale, s. of Marmaduke, 

„ Richard, J s. of Thos., s. of Thos. [? Better Peirce of 

Bedall], confirmed 19 Dee. 1634, by R. St. 
George, Clar. Surtees Soc, XLL, xlix., copy of grant, Brit. Mus. 
Peers, John, Essex (see John Piers), ..... by Cooke. Stowe JIS. 67o, fo. 74 ; 
.\dd. MS. 4966, fo. 67. 
„ Robert, of Westdowne, Kent, crest . . . ., 1588, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 
1359, fo. 86, 1422, fo. 91^ and 1144, fo. 2 : Add. -MS. ■1966, fo. 91"; 
Stowe MS. 703, fo. 89. 
Peirs, Sir Thomas, of Westfield, Kent, a Knight of Nova Scotia, Yen, two 
sceptres in saltire or ; crest, a jamb holding 2 sceptres as iu the arms, by 



196 GRANTEES OF AKMS TO THE END uF THE XVII. CliNTUKY. 

Borough. Harl. MS. ]l(i5. fo. 55", aiul Caius Coll. Caiub. MS. 551 ; Add. 
MS. 26,702, fo. 90. 

Peerson (see also Piekson), .... patent , April 1616, by Camden, per fesse 

embattled az. and gu., 3 suns in spleudour gold, and another, or confirma- 
tion June 1616, with quarterly coat, 3 and 4, arg. a talbot statant sa., 
collared or. Harl. MS. C095, fo. 33^ 34 (June in Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 40", 
111). 

Peirson, U'' John, of Cambridge (after Bp. of Chester), . . . ., 1666. Bysshe's 
Grants, fo. 17, Her. Coll. ; Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 20. 

Peisley, Capt. William, of Knocknemeas, Kings Co., testified 24 Nov. 1638, by 
Albon Leverett, Athlone Officer of Arras of Ireland. Stowe MS. 677, 
fo. 14". 

Pelegrini, John Dominicke, born in Nice tr'er visitour and president of the 
messengers of the Duke of Savoy, Letters patent at Westminster, augnieu- 
tation 30 June 1629. MS. Ashm. 858, fo. 83-4, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. 

Pell, . . . ., of Dymbleby, co. Line, a scotion delivered on paper by R. Lee, Clar., 
19 Oct. 1594. Harl. MS. 1069, fo. 9"; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 22. 

Pelle, Geoffrey, of Kyng's Lynn, Norfolk, by Camden, Clar. Le Neve's MS. 354. 

Pendleton, Francis, of Norwich, .... 1612, by Camden, Clar. Le Neve's MS. 
353. 

Pendreth, Miles, of Northbourne, Kent, .... 1586, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, 
fo. 89", and 1422, fo. 51" ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 34". 

Pennant, Peires, one of the four Gem" Ushers to Q. Eliz., s. of Hugh ; arms 
confirmed and cre.st given, 2 May 1580, to him and the issue of Hugh, his 
father : Quarterly of 4, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 120, and 1422, 
fo. 118" ; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 44" ; Harl. MS. 1972, fo. 30, copy of grant 
in Brit. Mus., Quarterly : 1 Pennant, (2) Yswitan Wyddell (which he 
bears as bis paternal coat, 1667), 3 Philip Phithean and (4) Griffith 
Lloyd. 

Peninge, Antony, of Keterberye and Ipswich, Suff., gent., s. of Arthur, late of 
Keterberye, dec"!, etc. ; grant 1 June 1594, by W. Dethick, Gart. Stowe 
MS. 670, fo. 108" ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 20" ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 36, fo. 38, 
copy of grant; Harl. MSS. 1560, fo. 263, and 1422, fo. 51 ; Add. MS. 
14,295, fo. 14". 

Penyfather, William, of London, by Segar .... (and ? Camden). Same coat 
assigned as by Camden in Burke's Armory ? (which or both ?) ; Add. MS. 
12,225, fo. 91. 

Peneyfather, William, younger son of John, of Barton under Needwood, co. Staff., 
.... 1603, confirmed by ? Segar : parti per fess or and gu., a bend erm., 
a mullet for diff. ; crest, a lion sejant ar. sustaining an oval shield chai-ged 
per fess or and gu., a bend erm., a mullet on his shoulder for diff. gu. 
Berry's Armory. 

Penne or Penny, Thomas, of London, Doctor of physic, 1 July 1574. 16 Q. Eliz., 
by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 121", and 5887, fo. 64 ; Le Neve's MS. 
253. 

Penne, see Lucas, Margaret. 

Pennyjian, James, of Ormesby in Cleveland, Ytirks, s. and h. of William, of 
Mourton in the said co., dec'', s. of Robert ; arms confirmed and crest 
granted 10 May 1599, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 91" ; Surtees Soc, 
XLL, p. xliv. ; Guil. 339 ; Grants I., 360. 

Pentont, Richard, of Trewodo, Cornwall, Add. MS. 14,315, fo. 45. 

Penruddock, George, of Penrnddock, Cumberland, by C. Barker, Gart., 20 May 
1548. Visit. Eng. and Wales, ii., p. 46, facsinule of grant in colours. 

Pensay, Edward, 1st s. of John, s. of Peroival, sometime of Preston in Amunderness, 

by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 92". 

Penson, William, Lane. Herald, E. M.'s Warrant, 14 Feb. 1614. Harl. MS. 1107, 
art. 27, fo. 31. 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVIT. CENTURY. 197 

Pentkcost ais Rowland, Thomas, Abbot of Abingdon, Herks. Add. MS. 26,702, 

fo. 69. 

Penton, Henry, Coiinsellor-at-law and a bencher of Lincoln's Inn, and liis brothers 

„ Godson, late Mayor of Wincliester, 14 Aug. 1G98, by T. St. George, Gart. 

„ Stephen, rector of Wathe, Yorks. / Add. MS. 14,831, fo. 26 ; Grants IV., 

275. 

Penyston, Thomas, lord of Hawrugge, Bucks, esq., crest granted 8 Jnly or Aug. 

1564, by Harvey ; a pedigree by 'J". Holme, Clar. ; an achievement of 

25 coats and :? crests confirmed 8 Feb. 1573-4, by Cooke, and 13 other 

coats painted. Q's Coll. 0.\f. MS. 146, fo. 37, copy of confirmation ; Q's 

Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 90; Harl. MSS. 1470, fo. 156, and 1507, fo. 106, 

copy of grant, Brit. Mus. ; Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 4 ; Genealogist, vol. i., 

p. 1 ; Harl. MSS. 5887, fo. 49, and 6140, fo. 55, for 36 Quarterings ; 

Harl. MS. 1116, fo. 36. 
Pepys, Thomas, of South Creyke, Norfolk, gift .... 1563. (Harvev's (irants), 

Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 20*. 
Perbo, see Par BO. 

Percie, Sir Edward, Knt., D.C.L., rightly Bdmond Peirce. See Peiuce. 
Percy, Thomas, of Islington, Middx., 10 Aug. 1546, by ? Hawley. Add. MS. 

16,940, fo. 201 ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 28". 
Perxe, Andrew, Dean of Ely and Master of S' Peter's Coll., Camii. ; 1 ;". .hine 1 574, 

bv Sir G. Dethick, Gart. Harl. MSS. 5823, fo. 35, aiul 1441, fo. 140; 

Stowe MS. 676, fo. 43" ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 37, fo. 55, copy of grant, (MS. 

145, fo. 35) ; Grants I., 31 ; Stowe MSS. 670, fo. 71^ and 703, fo. 38 ; 

Add. MS. 4966, fo. 94. 
„ Andrew, D.D., Dean of Ely ; crest .... 1572, by Cooke, Clar. Stowe MS. 

670, fo. 71". 
Perrenchepe, Richard, D.D., preb. of Westminster 1665, by Bvsslie. Harl. 

MS. 1105, fo. 12". 
Perrott, Abraham, ont of North Wales. 10 Se))!, 164(;, by liyley, Norr. : an 

escutcheon. Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 57. 
Parrat (or Perrott), George, lawfully descended of Owen, etc., out of Pembroke- 
shire, 16 Jlay 1549, by Sir G. Dethick. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 79"; Q's 

Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 30", see ; copy Brit. Mus., Harl. MS. 6832, fo. 344 ; 

Misc. Gen. et Her., 3rd S., iii., p. 1. ' 
Perrott, James, of Amersham, Bucks, sotnetirae of Norleigh Fowler, Oxon 

Dec. 1664, bv Sir E. Bysshe, Clar. Bysshe's Grants, fo Her. Coll. ; 

Add. MS. 14/293, fo. 9" ; Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 17". 
I'krssb, Thomas, of Islington, grant of a canton of his own arms by Thomas Percy, 

^. and h. of Sir Thomas Percy, 12 April 1549, 3 Ed. VI. 'MS. Ashm. 862, 

fo. 181, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. 
Pert, . . . ., descended out of ye North : Arg., on a bend gn. three lozenges or, by 

Segar, Somerset Herald. AM. MS. 12,225, fo. 92. 
„ Thomas, D'' . . . . Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 66". Quarterly : arg. and gu., in 

each quarter a lion rampant reguardant or, on a chief dancettee arg. three 

pellets. 
Peshale, Richard, s. of Humfrey, confirmed die mcrcurii prox. post festum Paschae, 

14 H. VI., 1436, by Joan, late wife of William Lee of Knightley. 

Camden's Remains, 220 (1st Edit.) ; Guil. Introd., p. 8. 
Petchill, Thomas, of Normanton, n' Grantham, co. Line, and 

„ John, of the Mid. Temple . . . . 1661. Bysshe's Grants, fo. II, Her. Coll. ; 

Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 18". 
Peter, Lord, of Germany [Dominus Petrus ex partibus Germaniic oriiindns, 

Queen's Coll. Oxf. MS.], 5 Dec. 1553, by Sir G. Dethick, Gart. Stowe 

MS. 676, fo. 23", and as D' Petrus, Harl. MS. 1359, fo. i)2, and copies of 

grant in Latin in Q's Coll. Oxf. MSS. 37, fo. 33, and 39, fo. 56 ; 

Grants I., 41. 



198 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

Pkter, Robert, of Devonshire, Auditor to H.M. Excliequer, Srd s. of John, of the 

same shire and brother to Rt. Hon. Sir William Peter, Knt. and Chancellor 

of the Order of the Garter; confirmed 1 Jan. 1573-4, by Sir G. Dethick. 

Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 80 ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 31, has June ; 1 June 

1573 in R. C. Families, by J. J. Howard, i., 57. 
Petiie, Sir William, of Ingarstoti, Essex, Knt., Secretary [of State] .... coat and 

crest. Barker's Grants, 1526—49, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 8b^ ; Stowe MS. 

692, fo. 78". 
Peteuman, Rose, one of the servers or sewers of H.M. Chamber ; 27 June 1681, 

by Sir W. Dugdale, Gart., and H. St. George, Clar. Stowe MS. 714, 

fo. 156 ; Grants III., 135. 
Peterson, William, of Lewes, Sussex, gift .... 1565. (Harvey's Grants), Add. 

MS. 16,940, fo. 55^ of London, haberdasher ; Harl. MSS. 5887, fo. 61, and 

6140, fo. 42''. 
Petit, . . . ., of Hexstall, Staff. 1583 : arg., a chev. gu. betw. three bugle 

horns sa. stringed of the second ; crest, a demi-wolf salient. Berry. 
Petre, see Peter. 
Petrus, see Peter above. 
Petrus, .... 5 Dec, 1 Q. Mary, 1558, by G. Dethick. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 62 ; 

confirmed, Q's Coll. Oxf. MSS. 37, fo. 33, and 39, fo. 56, in Latin ; 

Grants L, 41 ; Stowe MS. 676, fo. 23\ as Lord Peter. 
Pett, John, Loudon, gent., 9 Sept. 1519, by Wriothesley, Gart., and Benolte, Clar. 

Harl. MS. 1430, fo. 94". 
Pettie, .... crest .... Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 83 ; Stowe MS. 

692, fo. 78. 
Pettus, Thomas, of Norwich, Alderman and Maior, .... 1614, by Camden, Clar. 

Le Neve's MS. 352. 
Petty, Robei-t, of Otford, Kent, s. of George and nephew of Robert Petty of 

Otford ; 12 April 1644, by Sir H. St. George, Gart. Stowe MS. 714, 

fo. 185. 
Pettyward, Jolin, of London, Alderm., nierclit. (s. of Roger, s. of John, of 

St. Edmundsbury, Suff.) ; 16 July 1660, by Sir E. Walker, Gart. Add. 

MSS. 14,293, fo. 90, and 14,294, fo. 26" ; Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 71 ; Stowe 

MS. 677, fo. 65 ; Guil. 292 ; Harl. MSS. 1466, fo. 24", and 1441, fo. 151". 
Petula, Marcus Antonius, a Venetian, augmentation 1 May 1551, by Sir G. 

Dethick, Gart. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 35, copy of grant ; Grants I., 

105. 
Petyt, William, of the Inner Temple, and his brother "1 29 May 1690, by T. St. 
„ Sylvester, of Barnard's Inn, gent., J George, Gart. and Clar. 

Add. MS. 14,830, fo. 73; 
Grants IV., 59. 
Pewtekehs', Company of, London, 13 Aug. 1451, 29 Hen. VI., by (R. Leigh), 

Clar. Cott. MS. Faustina E. 1, 26, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. A new 

grant 26 May, 1533, by T. Benolte, Clar. History of the Pewterers' 

Com[)anv, by C. Welch. 
Peyton, Henry" of the Examiners' Office (Court of Chancery) ; 24 .Inly 1641, by 

Borough. Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 57" ; Caius Coll. Camb. MSS. 551 and 542, 

copy of grant ; Gull. 101. Edward Peyton, knt. and bart., testified to his 

kinship with this Henry, he to bear coat with some meet distinction to 

avoid the multiplicity of diB'eience, 20 Nov. 1633 : a bordure erm. added 

to the jjaternal coat, and a collar erm. added to the crest p certif. of 

Arthur Cresheld, 30 Nov. 1(;38. 
Phillips, .... of London, apothecary, by Segar. No arms given. Add. MS. 

12,225, fo. 93. See Phillips, John, below. 
„ Edmund, of London, descended out of Dorsetsh. ; 10 Dec. 1633. Guil. 215, 

by Segar ; Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 93 ; C. 24 [Visit, of London, 1634], 

fo. 454, Her. Coll. 



GllANTEKS OF ARMS TO THE END OF TUE XVII. CENTURY. 199 

Piiii.i.ips, F:ilii;in, lute of Yarpole and Lconiinster, co. Hereford, one of the Council 

of Wales, s. of Robert Phillipps, s. of Thomas, s. of John, of Yorks, " that 

valiant E;entleman " ; confirmed 14 June 1579, by Sir G. Dethick, Gart, 

Q's (\)ir. Oxf. MS. 37, fo. G9, copy of confiruuitiou (MS. 145, fo. 48) ; 

Stowe Tils. 67G, fo. bl" ; Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 90 ; Le Neve's 518. 453. 
Piiiij.ippK, James, of Brignell, Yorks, a patent of crest 2(5 May 1500 (2 Eliz.), by 

Dalton. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 40. 
PiiiMPPES, James, of Brignal, Yorks 1501, by Flower. Ilarl. :\IS. 1422, 

fo. 4(! ; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 73. 
I'liit.i.ipps, John, of London, <rent by ? Sir G. Dethick, Gart. Harl. MS. 

5X23, fo. 55"' ; (? Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 93). 
Philip, Jhirnan, ats Wolf, of London, from Wales, 1 Mareli 1551-2. by ? HawKy. 

AdiL MS. 10,940, fo. 205. 
Philips, Robert, of Wispington, co. Line., confirmed 2H June 1()05, by Sir E. 

Walker, Gart. Her. Coll., fo. 02. 
Phillipps, Thomas, Esq., Capt. of 100 Coot, served in Prance 10 years, and also in 

Ireland, 15 Oct. 1000, by 1). Molineux, [Ulster] Kinj,' "of Arms. Stowe 

jrS. 703, fo. 60" ; (see Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 104''), copy of grant. 
Phillip.s, Thomas, of Netley, Salop, .... by Borough, Gart. Harl. MS. 1105, 

fo. 55 ; Add. MS. 20,702, fo. 89. 
Philippes, William, of London, esq., s. of John, of Tjondon, s. of Robert, of 

Bridgnorth, Salop, s. of Hugh, of co. Denbigh, 15 Dec. 1574, by Ro. Cooke, 

Clar. Grants L, 199 ; Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 40. 
PHILLIPP.S, William, of Tamworth, co. Warwick, and of Beelev, co. Wore, . . . . bv 

Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 115, and 1422, fo. 46 ; Add. MS. 4906, fo. 84". 
Phillipson, Rowland, ats Thkrwall, of Calgarth, Westmld., and 

„ Miles, als Therwall, of Thwaterden Hall, sons of Christy s. of Robert, s. of 

Rowland, etc. ; coat confirmed and crest granted 18 May 1581, by Cooke. 

Misc. Gen. et Her., 2nd S., vol. iv., p. 193, facsimile: copy of grant, 

Brit. Mus. 
Philpot, Nicholas, of Hereford, s. of Nicholas, s. of Nicholas, of Poston and 

Vowchurcb, co. Hereford, assignment of colours 31 Dec. 1083, by Sir Hy. 

St. George, Clar. Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 178 ; Grants IIL, 227. 
„ John, of London, Alderm., temp. R. IL Berry. 
Phippes, . . . ., London, 22 July 1050 : arg., on a pile rising from the dexter chief 

to the sinister base sa. a lion rampant of the first ; crest. Berry. 
FFYSYCIONS OF LONDON, The Company and Science of, grant. Barker's Grants, 

Stowe MS. 692, fo. 42. 
PicKAS, James, of Sussex, groom of the Chamber to Ed. VL, Queens Mary and 

Eliz. ; arms and crest under the hand of R. Cooke, Clar., but without scale, 

date or name. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 146, fo. 42 ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 40 ; 

Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 48". 
Pickering, Hester, sole h. of William, of Oswaldkirk, Knt.. wife of Edward 

Wotton of Kent, 18 March 1580-81, on an escocheon of pretence, by Cooke. 

MS. Ashm. 844, fo. 41, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. 
,. Robert, of Walford, Cheshire, testified .... by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, 

fo. 93" ; Harl. MS. 1502, fo. 90 ; altered at the Visitation of Sussex, 1634, 

Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 78". 
„ William, of London, gent., s. of William, of Malpas, Cheshire, crest 28 Jan., 

35 Q. Eliz., 1592-3, by Edward Knight, Norr. Add. MS. 14,293, fo. 18 ; 

Jlisc. Gen. et Her., 3rd S., vol. ii., p. 177. 
PifTON, John, of Cheshire, gent., confirmed .... 1486, by Thos. (Holme), Clar. 

Harl. MSS. 1359, fo! 51", and 1470, fo. 236, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. 
PiDGEOX, Elizabeth (d. and eventual sole h. of Thomas Pidgeon, mayor and alderrn. 

of Coventry), 2nd wife Sir John Dugdale, Norrov, 1 Jan. 168i, by Sir W™ 

Dugdale and Clar. Had. MS. 6834, fo. 178'; Grants IIL, fo. 233; 

(Hamper's Life of Dugdale, 519). 



200 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THK KND OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

PiERPONT, Robeit, Visct. Xewaik and Baron Pierpont of Holme Piei'pont in Notts, 

confirmation of arms and crest, grant of snpporters, .... 102?., by Segar. 

Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 94. 
PiEES, John, of Esse.x, .... sa., a chevron ermine betw. three lions' heads erased 

nrg., a chief or ; crest, a griffin's head and neck engrailed sa., bezantee and 

ducallv gorged or. Peers in Stowe MS. fi7l', fo. 74, the chevron arg., but 

no crest^ Harj. MS. 1105, fo. 42^, ? by Bysshe. 
Pierce, Michael, and 1 sons of Thomas, of Great Miseenden, Bucks, 3 June 1632, 

„ Edmond, / by Sir R. St. George. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 09". 

PiERSON (Richard), of London, draper, and t arg., two chevronels az. betw. three 
„ Thomas, of Olnev, Bucks, J leaves erect vert, by Segar. Add. 

MS. 12,225, fo. 94, and Burke. 
„ Thomas, of Westminster, .... 1577, by Cooke : arg., two chevronels sa., on 

a canton of the last an eagle displayed of the field ; crest, out of a ducal 

coronet or an ostrich's head betw. two ostricli feathers arg. Harl. MSS. 

1359, fo. 10(i, and 1422, fo. 91'^' ; Add. MS. 49(56, fo. 92'\ 
„ Thnm^!^ (of the receipts a teller of ll.^l.'s Exchequer and Usher of the Star 

Chamber), s. of Nichohis, s. of Kobt. and born on the borders of co. Lane. 

and Cumberld., confirmed 21 Oct. 1577, by Flower: arg., two chevronels 

sa., betw. three oak leaves erect ppr. Guil. 116 ; MS. Asiim. 844, fo. 70*, 

copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. 
„ Thomas, of the city of York, .... 1612, by R. St. George, Norr. : az., three 

suns in pale or betw. two palets wavy erminois ; crest, a sun ppr. rising 

out of a cloud. Stowe MS. 706, fo. 14 ; Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 13". 
PiGOT, Gervase, of Tiirumpton, Xotts, 1 July 1664, by W. Dugdale, Norr. (Her. 

Coll.) ; Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 60, 6 Dec. 1662. 
Pike, Henry, nee Peke [? Peke (Peak), Edward]. 
PvLBOROUGHE, .... crest .... Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 83'' ; Stowe 

MS. 692, fo. 78. 
PiLEiNGTON, James, Bp. of Durham, confirmation of arms 10 Feb. 1560-61, 

3 Q. Eliz., bv Sir Gilb. Dethick, Gart. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 5 ; 

Add. ^IS. 14,295, fo. 24 ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 20 ; confirmed 1 Aug. 1575, 

by Flower, MS. Ashm. 834, fo. 12, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Guil. 54 ; 

Pilkiugton Family, p. 57. 
Pindar, Reginald, see Pyndar. 
PiNDER, Richard, of the Isle of Axholme, co. Line, gent., s. of William, s. of 

Robert, s. of John, of the same, 12 April 1558, by Sir G. Dethick. Harl. 

MSS. 1441, fo. 85^ and 5847, fo. 40; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 41 ; 

Stowe MS. 670, fo. 74" ; (Harl. MS. 1476, fo. 127) ; [Harl. MS. 1476, 

fo. 127.— This Coat, azure, a chevron between three lions' heads erased 

ermin, crowned or. Creast, a lyous head erased ermin, crowned oi'. This 

Coat is confirmed by Clarencieux to one Pinder in Cheapside. See under 

Thomas Pynner.] 
PiNFOUi.D, Richard, of Dunstable, Beds, gent., arms and crest devised, ordained and 

assitrncd bv mee, Richmont ais Clar., at London, 8 Oct. 1501, 7 H. VII. 

Harl. MS. 1 359, fo. 22 ; 18'!' Oct. in Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 46 ; copy of grant, 

Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 3. 
PiNMAKERS, Company of, London, incorporated 28 April, 3 Jac. ; arms and crest 

19 Aug. 1606, by Camden. Stowe MS. 677, fo. 23. 
Pinner, Francis, of Bury St. Edmund's, SufF., 2 May 1612, by Camden. Harl. 

MSS. 1422, fo. 41, and 1172, fo. 8", copy of grant ; Caius Coll. Camb. MS. 

551, fo. 27" ; Morgan's Sphere, 117. 
Pynner (Thomas), the Queen's Master Cook, wliose father was a pinmaker in 

Northampton, 8 June 1574, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 95"; Stowe 

MS. 678, fo. 74" ; confirmation of altered crest 12 Aug. 1577, Thomas 

Pynner, esq., clerk of tlic kitchen to the Queen, by G. Dethick, Harl. MS. 

1441, fo. 87" ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 44" ; ? to whom Cooke confirmed 



GRANTEES OF AKMS TO THE ENIJ OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 201 

the arms of Ric. Pyudiir, as above. Hail. JIS. 147(1, fo. 127 [see Richard 

Pinder] ; Add. JIS. 49(;{;, fo. 07" bis. 
Pi.siNG, Hugli, with .John and Richard, his bretlircn .... 151)1, by Cook, llarl. 

jM.S. U22, fo. 23^ 
PiTCHEH. Francis, a Picdmontese, arms confirmed .... March, 2 and 3 Phib'p and 

Marj, .... 155.5-0, by Sir G. DeUiick, Gart. Q's Coll. O.Kf. MS. 39, 

fo. 62, copy of grant ; linrl. MS. 1359, fo. Gi ; Grants I., 79. 
PiiKKi.i) (Charles, of Ho.xton, iliddx.), bv Norgate, Windsor Herald. Stowe MS. 

703, fo. 71. 
Pitt, William. <.f Slaplctn,,, T^orsct, 13 Ang. 1604, by Camden. Harl. MSS. 1422, 

In. IS, ,-,s;;:i. In. ■.\'\ ■.■i'75, fo. 9P, and 1115, fo. 9'' ; Morgan's Sphere, 107. 
PiTTMAX, (iiuUVcy, <il WnuiUiridge, Siiir., at the time High Sheriff, coat confirmed 

and crest 'gran ted by Segar .... Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 93''. 
Plaisted, .... Sussex, by Cooke, Clar. Harl. MS. 1562, fo. 201, 46''. 
Pi..iiSTERERs' CoMPY., of Loudou, 15 Jan. 154|, 37 H. VIII., by T. Hawley, Clar. 

Grants I., 417 ; Misc. Gen. efc Her., i., 138-9 ; Her. and Geneal. I., 122, copy 

of grant, Brit. Mns. 
Pi.ANTNEY [Henry ?], of Wolverhampton [by Cooke, Clar.] : sa., a lion rampant 

betw. eight trefoils slipped arg. ; Crest, a tiger's head erased or, tufted and 

maned gu. [Granted 1583, Burke.] 
Platt, James, of Plaisted, Essex, 6 Feb. 1578, bv Cooke, Clar. Harl. MS. 1359, 

fo. 17^ 
„ John, of Playstow, Essex, gent., s. and h. of John and Philippa his wife, dau. 

of Thos. Sliukburgli of Shukburgh, co. Warwick, Esq., 3rd s. of John, 

of Wigan, co. Lane, gent., and of Alice his wife, dau. of Thos. Standish of 

Standish, co. Lane. ; Quarterly coat (Piatt and Standish), confirmed 

6 Feb., 21 Eliz., 1578, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 17^ has James ; 

Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 117, has John ; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 21^, has James. 
„ John, s. of John, of Wigan, co. Lane, first given 22 Nov. 1559, 2 Q. Eliz., 

bv Dalton ; confirmed 6 or 11 March 1564-5.8 Q. Eliz., by Harvey. Harl. 

M.S. 1359, fo. 17", 48 ; Add. MSS. 16,940, fo. 55, and 14,295, fo. 21". 
„ Richard, of London, brewer, Arg., fretty sa., on each fret a plate, by Camden. 

Morgan's Sphere, 117, and Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 95'' ; Father to Sir Hugh, 

Knt., Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 114, and 68, by Cooke ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 5", 

and Stowe MS. 670, fo. 68" ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 97". 
Pleasauxce, AVilliam, of Brandon Ferry, Suff., 6 Sept. 1576, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 

1085, fo. 22. 
Pleayel ;its Pleahile, William, of St. Andrew's, Holborn, London (s. of William, 

of same, s. of Richard or Philip, of Little Dunmowe, Essex, s. of William, 

of Barnistou or Barmiston, also in Essex), 27 Jan. 1679-80, by Sir W. 

Duudale, Gart., and H. St. George, Norr. Add. MS. 14,831, fo. 90, and 

Grants III., fo. 96. 
Plkdyei!!). Thomas, of Bottesham, co. C:imb.,gil't .... 1565. (Hervey's Grants), 

Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 24". 
Pley, George, of Weymouth, Dorset, 9 Oct. 1(;67, by Sir E. Walker, Gai't. Her. 

Coll., fo. 64. 
Plott, Anthonv, of Plvmouth, .... 1587, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 109'', 

and 1422, fo. 94 ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 64. 
., William, of the city of Hereford, descended of the Kentish family, arms 

and crest exetnpllHed by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 94" ; Grants I., U\ 
Plumbe, William, of MLr\V(.rthe, Knt., confirmed 10 June 1563. (Harvey's 

Grants), Add. JIS. lii,940. fo. 6, and Burke. 
Plumme, Edward, of Hawkodon, Suff., by R. St. George, Clar. Harl. MS. 1085, 

fo. 21". 
Pi.UMER, Jone, dau. to John, of London, draper, wife to John Lowen of Essex, gift 

.... 1559. (Harvey's Grants), Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 44"; Harl. MS. 

1116, fo. 56. 



202 GRANTEES OP AKMS TO THE END OF THE XYII. CENITKT. 

Plujimer parti per diev. coiinterflory are. and gu., three niiutlets counter- 

chaiio-ed .... by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 95\ 
Pltjmsted, Bartholomew, of Calthorp, Norfolk, 30 Aug., 18 Q. Eliz., 1570, by 

Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 123, and 1085, fo. 42>'. 
PoK, Leonard, of London, esq., s. of James, s. of Richard, of Poes field, co. Derby, 

6 July 1599, by Camden, Clar. Le Neve's MS. 358. 

POLASOX, Sw'PtiLASON. 

PoLi.EY iits PoLHiLL, (impalement) see tindei- Thomas Mili^es, p. 173. 

POLSON, Randolph, of Northflcet. Kent, 7 June 1G65, by Sir K. Walker, (!art. 
Her. Coll., fo. 60. 

PoLWHiLE or PoLWYLLE, John, of Polwhile, Cornwal], s. of John, s. of Stephen, 
R. of Giles (? Gates), arms differenced and crest jrranted 16 Feb. 1568-9, 
by Sir G. Dethick, Gart., Cooke, and Flower. Q's Coll. Oxf. JLS. 39, 
fo. 135, copy of grant (MS. 145, fo. 15'') ; MS. Ashm. 844, fo. 2, copy of 
grant, Bodleian ]>ib. ; Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 55, and 1441, fo. 70" ; Guil. 
69 ; Harl. MS. 1079, fo. 74". 

PONET, see POYNET. 

Poole, [Captain Richard, 2nd s. of Thomas Poole, s. and h. of Captain Richard 

Poole of] New Shoreham, Sussex, [descended from co. Chester, confirmed 

by W. Roberts, Ulster K. of A., 31 May] 1648 : az., semee-de-lis or, 

a'lion rampant guardant of the second, on a canton az. [arg.] a ship in 

full sail ppr. ; crest, a mermaid in profile ppr. holding in her hands a naval 

crown or. [Geneal., v., 116] ; Berry. 
Poole or Pole, .... Quarterly, by ... . Cooke, Clar. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 62, 

["a vellam Escutcheon in Collours subscribed Pole." Quarterly : 1 and 4, 

Arg., a chevron between three crescents Gules ; 2 and 3, .... a chevron 

ermine between three fleurs-de-lis .... Crest, a falcon, wings endorsed 

Argent] ; Add. MS. 14,297, fo. 62. 
„ David, Bp. of Peterborough, arms granted 15 June, 3 and 4 Philip and Mary, 

1557, by Hawley. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 68, copy of grant ; grant in 

P.R.O..'sfe Misc. Gen. et Her., i., 231 ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 58, grant ; 

Grants IL, 464. 
„ Godfrey, of High Hedge, co. Derby, confirmed arms (quarterly) and crest 

.... 1578, 20 Eliz., by Flower. Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 44, and 1422, 

fo. 109". 
„ William, of Poole in Wherall (Wyrral), Cheshire, grant in French of crest 

13 April, 4 Hen. VIIL, 1513, by T. Wriothesley, Gart., and John Yongc, 

Norr. Harl. MSS. 2022, fo. 91, and 6140, fo. 49". 

Pope , of London, .... by Cooke, Clar. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 27. 

„ Francis, of London, draper, gift .... 155- or 156-. (Harvey's Grants), 

Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 55" ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 57. 
„ Robert, of Salop, gent., crest confirmed 21 Feb. 1572-3, by Sir G. Detliick, 

Gart. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 73" ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 20. 
„ Thomas, of Dodyugton, Oxf., coat and crest. Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 

5846, fo. 85 ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 78". 
Popley, Sir Derrick, of Bristol, Kt., confirmed .... 1672, 24 Chas. II., by 

Walker. Guil. 214. 
PORDAGB, William, of Rodmersham, Kent, s. of John, 20 March 1570-71, bv Cooke. 

Harl MS. 1359, fo. 122". 
Port, Henry, of Cheshire, 27 June, 1506, by Chr. Carlyle afs Norroy. Harl. MS. 

1116, fo. 39. 
Porter, .... crest .... Barker'.^ Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 82" ; Stowe MS. 

692, fo. 78. 
„ .... of the Isle of Wight, .... by Cooke, Clar. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 48. 
„ Richard, of St. Margaret's in South Elmliam, Suff., s. of Nicholas, s. of John, 

gen., of CO. Line, confirmed 1 June 1606, by Segar, Gart. Add. MS. 

12,225, fo. 95"; Harl. MS. 1085, fo. 27 ; Le Neve's MS. 480. 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTTTRY. 203 

Portland, Earl of (William Beiitinck), suppovters (created 9 April 1689) 3 July 

ir>89, by T. St. George, ftart. Grants IV.,'49 ; Harl. MS. 0831, fo. 178. 
PoRTSMOtrTii, Louise Rcnoe, Duchess of, supporters 18 June 1674, in French, by 

E. Walker, (Jait. Ilarl. MS. 6834, fo. 44 ; Grants III., 44. 
PoTEXGER, Richard, of IJurfield. Berks, 19 Nov. 10G4, 16 Clias. IE. Bysshe's 

Grauis, fb. 18, Her. Coll.; Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 20; MS. Ashm. 851, 

fo. 198. 
PoTENSON, see Patenson. 
POTKYN crest Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fb. 84 ; Stowe MS. 

692, fb. 78, as Pootkyu. 
PoTKiN, William, of Sevenoaks, Kent, gent., grant 25 May 1517, by T. Wriothesley, 

Gart., and Benolte, Clar. Stowe MS. 676, fb. 11 ; copy of patent in 

French, Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 37, fo. 8 ; ex. Mag. Reg., by G. Dethick ; Proc. 

Soc. Autiq., 2nd S., xvi., 1897, fo. 348 ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 45" ; see also 

Harl. MS. 1116, fo. 47, for John Potkin [of Reculver], something illicit. 
Pott, John, of Lincoln's Inn, s. of Roger, confirmed or granted 1583, by Cooke. 

Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 98^ Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 31 ; Guil. 68 ; Add. MSS. 

12,474, fo. 51", and 4966, fo. 63. 
Potter, Christopher, " M'," i.e., " Provost" of Queen's Coll., Oxf., .... by Borough. 

Harl. MSS. 1105, fo. 55, and 1441, fo. 57; Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 88" ; 

Guil. 216. 
Potts, John, Stancliff, co. Derby, 19 Nov. 1611, by R. St. George, Norr. Harl. 

MS. 1093, fo. 19. 
PouLLEY, see Pulley. 
Poulton, William, of Berwyke St. Leonard's, Wilts, gent., coat confirmed and 

crest granted 27 Aug. 1565, by G. Dethick, Gart. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 9", 

copy of grant, Brit. Mus. 
PouNT, by Dethick, Gart., Harl. MS. 1483, fo. 72" ; Stowe MS. 677, 

fo. 7. 
PovEY, John, one of the Clerks in the Courts of the Queen (s. of Davie, s. of John, 

of Cheshire), confirmed 12 May 1588, by Flower. MS. Ashm. 844, fo. 76, 

copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Guil. 138. 
„ Justinian, of London, Esq. (Auditor-General to Q. Anne and Auditor in 

reversion to the King James), s. of John, Citizen of London and free of 

the company of the'luibroiderers, patent Nov. 1614, by Camden. Harl. 

MSS. 6095, fo. 31", and 1422, fo. 39" ; Guil. 138. 
Powell, Edmond, of Sampford, Oxou., coat and crest granted .... Barker's 

Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 86 ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 78" ; or, two 

cheveroiiells, etc., Harl. MSS. 6179, fo. 15 [fo. 38"], and 5887, fo. 10. 

[Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 86 : Gold, 2 cheverouells betweene two lyons 

pawes rased g., armed b., betweene the cheverouells 3 wells b. ; his 

crest, 2 lyons pawes indosaut erased thorow an annulet or, armyd b. ; 

w[reath] or and s. ; ni[autlet] g., liined Argent. Stowe MS. 692, 

fo. 78", has the same, but iij lions pawes rased gouls, armed asure .... 

and in eche pawe an annelett goldc. Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 10, has 3 

paws.] 
„ Edmond ap, of Sandford in com. Oxford, confirmed .... 1565, 7 of Q. Eliz. 

(Harvey's Grants), Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 30", Quarterly for Ap ppowell. Or, 

a lion rampant [sables, a fcce engrailed gules, on a wrethe argent and 

sables an armyd arme from the clbowe upwarde, garnyshed golde, holding 

therein a courtelace liilted and pomelyd golde, attached to the pomel a lace 

gules, tacelid golde]. 
„ John, Surveyor-General of [all her JIajesties] Ordnance (3rd s. of Andrew, of 

Bruton in Somerset), assigned .... 1584, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, 

fo. 117, and 1422, fo. 63 ; Guil. 387 ; Add. xVIS. 4966, fo. 28. 
PowLE, Stephen, of Loudon, gent., out of Essex, Quarterly coat coufirmcd .... 

Mai-ch 1587-8, by W. Dethick, Gart. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 37, fo. 100, copy 



204 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE EKU OP THE XVII. CENTURV. 

of confirmation in Latin ; 158G in Stowe MS. 67G, fo. 70 ; Proc. Soc. of 
Antiq., 2nd S., xvi., 1897, fo. 353. 
PowLE, Thomas, of London, esq., clerk of the Crowne to the Queen's Majesties 
Court of Chancery, one of the six clerks, and comptroller of the Hanaper 
in the same Court, aud Steward of Her Majesty's Forest of Walthara, 
CO. Essex ; arms and crest (in lieu of old arms and crest granted 10 May 
1559) granted 7 May 15G9, by Sir G. Dethick, Gart., Cooke and Flower. 
Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 155, copy of grant, MS. 145, fo. 79 ; MS. Ashm. 
858, fo. 215, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 56, and 
1441, fo. 73, as Poole; Proc. Soc. Antiq., 2nd S., xvi., 1897, fo. 351 ; Le 
Neve's MS. 373. 
„ Thomas, of Cranbrook, Essex, grant 5 April, 2 and 3 Philip and Mary, 1556, 
by Hawley, Clar. Proc. Soc. of Antiq., 2nd S., xvi., 1897, p. 349 ; 10 May 
1559, by Hervey, Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 71 ; Harl. MS. 1507, fo. 373, 
copy of grant, Brit. Mus. ; Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 37 ; Grants IL, 562 ; Le 
Neve's MS. 373. 
Powell, Thomas, of Whittingtou, Salop, crest 5 July 1574, by Cooke. Add. MS. 

14,293, fo. 118. 
Power, Francis, of Blechington, Oxon., 8 June 1601, by Camden. (Morgan's 
Sphere, 117) ; Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. lll^ and 6179, fo. 20'\ 

„ John, of AVhitchurcb, Bucks, gent., 1478, 18 E. IV., by Thos. (?Holrae), 

Clar. Harl. MS. 5524, fo. 219, copy of grant; Stowe MS. 676, fo. 4 ; 
Q's Coll. Oxf. MSS. 37, fo. 5, and 38, fo. 10, copy of grant, ex. Mag. Reg., 
Gilb. Dethick ; Grants II. , 435 ; grandfather of Henry, Visct. Valentia. 
PowNEY, John, of Old Windsor, Berks, gent., grant 3 May 1662, by Sir E. Bysshe, 
Clar. Bysshe's Grants, fo. 3, Her. Coll. ; Harl. MS. 1470, fo. 257, copy of 
grant, Brit. Mus. ; Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 16'' ; Guil. 373. 
POWYS, Thomas, of Henley, Salop, sergt.-at-law, .... by Sir E. Bysshe, Clar. 

Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 21'>; Bysshe's Grants, fo. 24, Her. Coll. 
POYNANT, Michell, of London, clerk of the Chancery, etc., 14 March 1508-9, by 
Chr. Carlyle, Norr. MSS. Ashm. 840, fo. 377-8, and 858, fo. 251-2, copy 
of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Stowe MS. 676, fo. 7. 
PoYNET or PoNET, Johu, Bp. of Wiuchester, 1 April, 5 Ed. VI., 1551, by 

G. Dethick, Gart. (Her. Coll.), Grants I., 25. 
POYNTER, John, of Lincoln's Inn, co. Middx., registrar of the affidavit office in 
Chancery (s. of Samuel, registrar of same), 23 May 1694, by T. St. George, 
Gart. and Clar. Add. MS. 14,830, fo. 112 ; Grants IV., fo. 161 ; Stowe 
MS. 714, fo. 154 ; Harl. MSS. 1172, fo. 54\ and 1085, fo. 57. 
„ Richard, of London, a patent 4 June 1612, by Camden. Harl. MS. 6095, 
fo. 23"; Poyntell in Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 37^ and 1441, fo. 99", June 
1620. 
Pragell (?Prin6Le), John, captain of foote men in Berwick, coat and crest by 
Flower, dated at York 10 June, 4 E(liz., 1562). Stowe MSS. 692, fo. 77", 
677, fo. 18, and 706, fo. 8", as Preagle. 
Prannell, Henry, of London, Alderni. and Vintner, s. of William, of Martyr 
Worthy, Hants, patent .... 1584, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 116 ; 
Add. MSS. 14,295, fo. 30", and 4966, fo. 29. 
Pratte, .... of Reston .... crest .... Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, 

fo. 84 ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 78. 
Pratt, . . . ., d. of Charles, of South wark, esq., ux. Sir Edward Osborne, of London, 
.... by Cooke, Clar. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 48". 
„ .... of Reyston Hall, Norfolk, or, on a chevron sable betw. three pellets, each 
charged with a martlet or, as many mascles of the last. Bysshe's Grants, 
fo. 22, Her. Coll. ; Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 21. 
„ Ralph, of Statherne, co. Leic, " R.P. by God's blessing & virtue wh. only 
enobleth men"; grant 23 Aug. 1601, by Camden. (Ralph Pratt of 
Southwnrk, Suirey, gent., 1600, in Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 117") ; Harl. MS. 



GUANTEES OF ARMS TO THE KND OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 205 

0140, to. 26'' ; Cott. MS. Faustiua E. 1, 59" ; Harl. MS. lob'.), to. 37'', as 

of iSoiithwark, Surrey ; Guil. 367 ; Crispe's Frag, (ieii., i., 56 ; V.at. llcr. 

Exhib. Soc. of Antiq., 70. 
PuATT, Roger, one of the eleven assistant Oov'' of Uaieigli, Virginia, arms granted, 

erm., on a chief gu. three fnsils arg hy W. Detliiek, Gart. Q's Coll. 

Oxf. MS. 36, fo. 120. 
Preagle, see I'ragf.ll. 
Pbextise, Simon, of Bnrstow and Jlarslihind, Xorfolk l)y Harvey, Clar. 

Bannernian's MS. !), 45. 
Prescott, Alexander, of T^ondon, s. of William, of Cople. co. Lane, descended of 

Prescott of Preseott, crest .... March Iflll, by Oaniden. (Father of Sir 

John Prescott, High Sheritt" 1627.) Harl. JMSS. 6095, fo. 14", and 1422, 

fo. 35". 
Prestley, William, of the cittie of London, descended from Prestley of Beting in 

Yorks, patent Feb. 1619-20, by CamdcT). Harl. MS. 6095, fo. 37. 

Presto.v, .John, of Preston, AVLstniorld., by R. St. George. Crest altered .... 

June 1605 in Add. MS. l .l.J'.i.), fo. 79" and IK) ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 24", 

coat as Harl. MS. I Il'l', In. 7s, but crest difters ; Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 25"; 

Harl. MSS. 6179, fo. lb, and 6140, fo. 24. 
Prestwich, .... of Holme, co. Lane. : Arms, gu.,a mermaid arg., comb and glass 

or ; ci-est, a mermaid ppr by Barker. Berry's Armory. 

Preswood, Thomas, of the county of Devon, gift .... 1564. (Harvey's Grants), 

Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 45. 
Prettyman , .... on a fesse cottised . . . ., betw. three fleurs-de-lis . . . ., 

a lyon passant . . . ., by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 95. 
„ John, of Boughton, Suff., Kt., s. and h. of William, 28 July 1599, iiy S|.gar ; 

patent .... 1607, by Camden. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 94" : Hurl. .^LS. 

6095, fo. 25. 
Prewett, William, of Bristol, 1 Oct. 1672, 24 Chas. II., by Sir E. Bysslie, Clar. 

Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 40 ; Bysshe's Grants, 33. 
Price, Sir John, of Porteham, co. Hereford, Knt., coat and crest. Barker's (Jrauts, 

Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 86 ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 78". 
Pryce, John, of Barton Regis, nr. Bristol, co. Glouc, s. of Gregorie, of the same, 

esq., 8 April 1573, bv Cooke. Add. MSS. 14,295, fo. 26, and 6179, fo. 15 ; 

Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 57. 
Price, .lolm, of King.ston-upon-Thames, etc., exemplified 1602, by Camden, (iuil. 

272; (?s('c'Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 6", sa., a cock arg., combed and wattled 

gules, three red feathers in his tayle and three at the end of his winge) ; see 

Le Neve's MS. 427. 
„ Thomas, of Brecon, 1632, see Prise. 
Prickly ats Harris, or, a chevron erm. betw. two [three] passion nails az. 

. . . ., by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 95 ; C. 24, [Visit, of Loudon, 1634], 

fo. 75, Her. Coll. ; Guil. 304, as of London. 
Prickley, Hugh, of Prickley, s. of Richard, for services in discovering the great 

Mortimer, Earl of March and Ulster, had [for his crest] a chapeau with a 

crownet [thereon] inbattayle, an armed arm, witii a fiste-hamraer or 

pole-axe [ppr.], to his posteritie for ever, by letters patent 6 Ed. III., 1332 ; 

lineally descended from Adam, of Pricley, temp. Etheldred the Saxon. 

Harl. MS. 2146, fo. 201. 
Pridyaux or Predyaux, John, of Nutwell, Devon, confirmed 16 May 1558. (By 

Harvey, see Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 15) ; Add. JIS. 16,940, fo. 7", and Burke. 
„ Thomas, of Nutwell, Devon, esq., coat first given by Harvey, now altered thus 

by Lee, Clar., 1594 ; crest as it was. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 146, fo. 463 ; 

Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 15, and 1069, fo. 10 ; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 9" ; 

Stowe MS. 670, fo. 58". 
Prince, Richard, of Abbey foregate, nr. Shrewsbury, 2 Nov. 1584, by Cooke. 

Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 117"; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 4o" ; MS. Ashm. 858, 



206 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE EKD OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

fo. 134, copy of giant, Bodleian Lib. : Add. :Nr8. 12,474. fo. 54\ by Ley, 

Portcullis ; Add.' MS. 4966, fo. 29. 
Pringle ?, see Pragell. 
Prinne, Edward, born in Portugal, s. of Richard, of the same, 2nd s. of Richard, of 

Bristol, etc., crest granted 10 Aug. 1582, by Cooke. Q's Coll. Oxf. MSS. 

36, fo. 101, and 37, fo. 80, copy of grant in Latin ; Stowe MS. 676, 

fo. SS*" ; see also W. Dethicke. [Possibly this refers to the grant by 

Dethick to Edward Prynne of Shropshire 21 May 1.588 (Harl. MS. 1069, 

fo. 31) ; see The Her. of Worcestershire, ii., 452, and the next entry.] 
Prinne, Edward, capt. and Knt. of the order of Christ in Portugal, arms and crest 

was made in pedigree 21 Mav 1588, subscribed by W. Dethick, Gart., etc. 

See Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 146, fo. 42 ; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 48 ; Harl. MS. 

1359, fo. 23. 
Prise, Thomas, of Brecknock, co. Brecknock, Esq., grandchild and heir male to 

Sir John, of the same, Kt., etc., new coat and crest 20 June 1632, by Sir 

R. St. George, Clar. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 103 ; styled a knight in Harl. 

MS. 1301, fo. 25. 
Proby, Ralph (P.tci- in jicncil), of Braniton, Hunts, 1586, by Cooke. Harl. 

MSS. lo.V,), lb. 1 10b, an^ 14-22, fo. 9.3" ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 68. 
Prockter, Richard, of L'^ndon, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 114" ; Add. 

MS. 4966, fo. 94. 
Proud, .... of Shropshire, steward of the College of Westminster, a confirmation 

Aprill606, by Camden. Harl. MS. 6095, fo. 20" ; Guil. 411 ; Harl. MS. 

5887, fo. 29". 
Prouze, Richard, of Exeter, 1589, bv Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 100, and 

1422, fo. 94". 
Prowse, William, of Clyf^e, Somt., gent., crest 7 Sept. 1573, by Cooke. Misc. Gen. 

et Her., N. S., iv., 400, and 2nd S., i., 110, copy of grant, Brit. ]\Ius. 
Prujean, Francis, of London, D'' in physic, 20 Miirch 1651-2, by E. Byssbe, Gart. 

Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 15; ? confirmed by Sir Edward Walker, Gart., 

10 April 1661, then a Knight, Her. Coll., fo. 39 ; Cat. Her. Exhib. Soc. of 

Antiq., 72. 
Prust, Hugh, of Gorfon [Gorven], Devon, .... (Visit, of Devon [1620], by 

H. St. George, Richmond Her., and Sampson Lennard, Bluemantle), deputies 

for [Camden], Clar. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 15. 
Pryotte. John, born in the North. 1 Oct., 1 Ed. VL, 1547, by G. Dethick, Norr. 

Harl. MS. 1507, fo. 430, copy of grant in Latin, Brit. Mus., and Q's Coll. 

Oxf. MS. 37, fo. 11 ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 5 ; Grants L, 109. 
Pryott, John (a Northern gent., Stowe MS. 696), 5 Oct., 2 Q. Eliz., 1560, by Sir 

G. Dethick, Gart. Q's Coll. Oxf. IMS. 39, fo. 110, copy of grant ; Harl. 

M.SS. 1359, fo. 79", and 1410, fo. 10 ; Le Neve's MS. 430. 
Puckering, .John, Sergt.-at-law (s. of Robert, late of Flamborough, gent.), 

confirmed 26 June 1 579, by Flower. MS. Ashm. 834, fo. 22, copy of grant, 

Bodleian Lib. ; Guil. 372 ; Stowe MS. 670, fo. 55, quarterly of 6, among 

Cooke's gifts. 
Puckle, John, of Elynborne, Sussex, s. of John, of London, by William Camden, 

Clar. Harl. MS. 6067, fo. 14. 29, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. ; Harl. MS. 

1562, fo. 4, 
Pudsey, .... confirmed .... 1566, by W. Harvey, Clar. Harl. MS. 1167, 

fo. 85". 
PuLASON or PoLASON, Tliouias, of London, gift .... 1564, 6 Q. KHz. (Harvey's 

Grants), p, pale arg. and sa., three lio'ns rampt. counterchanged of the field ; 

[crest] a crown, thereout a demi-peacock displayed or. Add. MS. 16,940, 

fo. 30. 
Puleston, Roger, of Emral, Flints, crest .... 1582, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1422, 

fo. 95'; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 31". 
PULFORD, John, of London, gent., s. of Thomas, of Farendon, Cheshire, etc., grant 



GRA.NTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 207 

.... 1589-90, 32 Eliz., by W. Dethick, Gnrt. Stowe MS. 070, fo. 78^ 
Q's Ctill. Oxf. M8. 37, fo. 115, copy of grraiit. 
Pulley (or Poulley), .... Essex, .... Feb. 1(;39, by Borough, llavl. MS. 

1105, fo. 56 ; Add. M.S. 2(5,702, fo. 91» ; Ilail. MS. 4900, fo. 33. 

PrLLEYX, .John, of Kulleng Hall, Yorks, Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 75". 

PuLLEYNE, Walter, of Scotton, Yorks. cuiifinuud .... 1551 (by Harvey, Norr.). 

Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 13. 
PUKCKLL. Thomas, of Shrewsbuiv. rsc]., (piaitiilv of I, and uill uf cri'st .... April 

15'.i7, by Lee. Q's Coll.'Oxf. .MS. 14(i, io. 42 ; Add. MS. 14,295, fu. 121 ; 

llarl. ]\rs.S. 1422, fo. 114, and 1359, fo. 39. 
PuKKKOY, 'I'honias, of CO. Leic, arms by patent from .lohn de Wellesborongh, as in 

ic'inainder to the manor of Fen Drayton, and Wellcsborou<,'h, co. Leic, . 

21 R. II., in the feast of S' .lohn the Apostle. Harl. MS. 980, ib. 302, 209 ; 

Add. MS. 6297, fo. 437. 
PuRPETT, John, of Levington, Sntf., gift .... 1560 (Harvey's Grants): per 

fi-ssi' or and sa., a pale engrailed counterehanged. Add. MS. 16,940, 

fo. 3s". 
Pye, Ednmnd, of London, granted 2 March 1634-5, by Ric. St. George, Clar. 

Gail. 245; copy of grant in Lot 61S sold P[uttick] and S[inipson] 

18 May 1899. " - 
„ Sir Walter, Knt., Attorney of the Court of Wards and Liveries, and hi.s 

brother 
„ Sir Robert, of S' Stephen's, Westminster, Auditor of the Receipt of the 

Exchequer, confirmed 11 (or 12) Feb. 1632-3, by Sir R. St. George. Add. 

MS. 14,295, fo. 70"; C. 25, fo. 45 [Visit, of] Herefordshire [1634]; 

Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 1" and 10. 
Pyked, .... crest Barker's Grants, Harl. i\IS. 5S4G, fo. 82" ; Sidwe MS. 

692, fo. 78. 
Pyle, Edward, of Pottery Court, par. of Wallo]), Hants, 20 .Inne 1G63, by 

Walker. Add. MSS. 14,295, fo. 58, and U.29I. fo. 14 ; Harl. MS. 1172, 

fo. 58. 

„ Gabriel, of Wilts, Knt., by Camden. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 16. 

„ Richard, gent, (now sergeant chirurgeon to His Majesty, Her. Coll., fo. 30), 

his Majesty's servant at the Hague ; 1 June 1650 (bv Walker, Gart.). 

Add. MSS. 14,293, fo. 105, and 14,294, fo. 35 ; Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 71" ; 

(iuil. 258. 
Pyxco.mbe, Juhn, of South Molton, Devon, esq., s. and h. of John, by Ann, his 

wife, d. of Richard Doderidge and sister of Judge Uoderidge, now living, 

8. of John, of y'= same place ; coat confirmed and crest granted 18 July 

1616, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 96 ; Guil. 386 ; Grants I., 383. 
Pyndar, Reginald, of Keraplay, co. Glouc, 30 Sept. 1682, by Sir W. Dugdale and 

St. George, Clar. Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 178 ; Grants III., 159. 
Pyot, Richard, of London (Sheriff), grant 1 Dec. 1610, by Camden ; exhibited at 

Lichfield 1663. MS. Ashm. 858, fo. 1 12-13, copy of grant. Bodleian Lib. ; 

Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 16, 21", and 6095, fo. 14; Guil. 360. 



QUADRING, .... of Line, .... by Ro. Cooke. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 39. 
QUARLES, John, s. of John, hite citizen and draper of Loudon, dec'', and to his 

brethren, confirmed 15 Feb. 1577-8, by Cooke. MSS. Ashm. 834, fo. 16", 

and 8.58, fo. 218-19, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Guil. 214. 
Quash, Andrew, of Exeter, confirmed 9 March 1626-7. by Segur. Harl. MSS. 

1422, fo. 13", and 6179, fo. 2. 
Quash or Quach, John, of Norwich, grant .... 1588, bv Cooke. Harl. MS. 

1422, fo. 13". 



208 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

Queens' College, Caaibiidge, iiiiiis 20 H. VI. (U47-8), by Margaret, his Queen, 
ber own six quarters in a border veit ; crest 10 May 1575, bv Cooke, Clar. 
.\dd. MS. 5822. 

Quickerell or Quykeiiell, Jolin, .... Add. MS. 26,702, fo. SS". 

QuiLTER, William, of Staple. Kent, 12 .June 1552, by Sir G. Dethick, Gart. Harl. 
MS. 1441, fo. Go*' ; 1551 in Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 8. 

QwYRE, Bartholomew, of T,nndon, .... by Cooke, Clar. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 18. 



R 

RADf'LiFF, .Jasper, of C(nirthall in Hockworthv, Devon, 20 .June 1693, by T. St. 

George, Gart. aTid Clar. Grants IV., 142 ; Harl. MS. 1085, fo. 57. 
Raoazon, Jacobus, of Venice (Veneto), or a Venetian, addition to arms, letters 

patent iemp. Philip and Mary. Harl. MS. C179, fo. 13 ; MS. Ashm. 858, 

fo. 2, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. 
Rainey, William, 1620. See .John Revny. 
Raleigh, the Governor and Assistants in the City of Raleigh in Virginia, with the 

appurtenances, arms granted .... by W. I^ethick, Gart. Undated. Q's 

Coll. Oxf. MS. 36, fo. 120, copy of grant. 
Rallines, Thomas, iV (of physic ?), ciest by Camden. Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 54. 
Ramme, Francis, of Hornchurch, Essex 1590, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, 

fo. 103 ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 14 0, fo. 471. 
Ramrygge, Thomas, Abbot of S' Alban's (1484—92), Hen. VII. Add. MS. 

26,702, fo. 64''. 
Ramsay, Sir John, Earl of Holderness, supporters, etc., dated at the Great Seal, 

22 Jan. 1620-1, 8 Jac. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 132, copy of R. Warrant, 

etc. ; Harl. MS. 1507, fo. 201" ; Le Neve's MS. 424, 472. 
Ramsden, John, of liOngley, Yorks, April 1575, by Flower. Harl. MSS. 1453, 

fo. 74, and 1422, fo. 23''; Guil. 167. 
Randall, Anthony, of Kentisbnry, Devon. Randall and Woolfe, quarterly, con- 
firmed 1 July 1588, 30 Q. Eliz., by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 13, and 

1422, fo. 116 ; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 8. 
Ra.\dyll, Edward, of London, gent, (grandson Thomas), s. and h. of Vincent (and 

his wife Elizabeth Hardinge), s. and h. of Thos. (and Alice, d. and h. of 

Thomas Shelley), 2nd s. of Gilbert, of Hunsdon, Herts, gent., arms 

quarterly confirmed and crest given 22 May 1573, 15 Q. Eliz., by Cooke. 

Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 146, fo. 41 ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 22>' ; March in Harl. 

MS. 1422, fo. 114; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 40", quartering Shelley and 

Harding. See Thomas Randyll, 12 Dec, H. VII., by S. Thos. Holme, 

Clar. 
„ Edward, of Surrey, gent., s. of Edward, of London, s. of Vincent, also of 

London, s. of Thomas, etc., confirmed .... by Camden ; e.xemplified by 

T. Holme, Clar., 1485-6. Cott. MS. Faustina, K. 1, 56. 
Randoll, Justis, of London, .... by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 119", and 

1422, fo. 92" ; Add. MS. 4960, fo. 61. 
Raxdall, Richard, of Wolston Northts., and "1 allowed before 1597, by Cooke : gu., 
„ 'J'homas, of Bennington, co. War. J on a cross arg. five horse-shoes 

sa. Guil. 349; Richard, of Wil- 

ford, CO. Warwick, in Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 92". 
Ranhyll, Thomas, of Northants, gent., ? exemplified, arms and crest given 12 Dec. 

1 Hv. VII., 1485, by Thos. Holme, Clar. (after Knt.) ; grandfather of 

Edward. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 146, fo. 41 ; Cott. MS. Faustina, E. 1, 56, 

in a note ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 22". 
Rande, William, of Northants, and 1 arms and crest of, 3 July 1579, by Cooke. 



Nicholas, his grandfather, / Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 122, 



GKANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 209 

Randes, Henry, D.D., of Holbech and Bp. of Rochester, and after of liineuln, and 

of the High Court of Parlt. to H. VIII., and a confirmation to, 
„ Thomas, of' Lincohi (s. of Henry, Bp. of Rochester and after of liincohi, 

which Henry took the name of" Holbeach from his native phice, according 

to the cnstom of Ecclesiastics), alteration in blazon and grant of crest 

10 July 1599, by Camden. Harl. AIS. 1 507, fo. 94^ and Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 

:',(). fo. 77, and'ss, fo. 11.5, copy of utmih i .MS. 140, fo. 21) ; Cott. MS. 

Faustina, E. 1, fo. GO" ; Earl. MSS. 1 I ■.'■_', f... :!, 1470, fo. 164, and 1172, 

fo. 7 and 22, copy of grant ; Harl. .MSS. l:;5:i, fo. 26\ and 6095, fo. 18'' ; 

Stowe MS. 696, fo. 130 ; 29"' July in Guil. 121. 
Raxdolf, John, of London, mercer, grant of another coat with difference 28 Feb. 

1453-4. See Eynsham. MS. Ashm. 834, i., fo. 3^ copy of grant, 

Bodleian Lib. 
Randolph, Thomas, of Badilsmere, co. Camb., confirmed 15 March 1570-71, 

13 Q. Eliz., by Cooke. MS. Ashm. 834, fo. 29, copy of grant, Bodleian 

Lib. ; Guil. 105. 
Rant, Roger, of North Walsham, Norfolk, gent., s. of Robert of the same, gent., 

confirmation of arms and gift of crest 26 Jan. 1580, 22 Q. Eliz., by Cooke. 

Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 14\ 94 ; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 96. 
„ William, of Yelverlon, Norfolk, .... 1574, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1085, 

fo. 38" ; (Berry). 
Ratcliff, Charles, of Todmorden, co. Lane, gent., confirmation of arms and gift 

of crest 5 Nov., 3 Eliz., 1561, by Dalton. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 122", and 

1359, fo. 51. 
Raven, of Greeting, Suff. ? certified by W. Camden, no date. Grants II., 601. 
„ John, D'' in physic and medicine, fellow of Coll. of Phys., London, and sworn 

phys. to ye late Q. Anne and K. Chas. I. (s. of John, late Richmond 

Herald), confirmed (Grants I., 889, Her. Coll.) by Segar. Add. MS. 

12,225, fo. 96 ; Guil. 223 ; see also different arms under Camden ; Harl. 

MS. 6179, fo. 54. 
„ AVilliam, of Long Melford, SutT., confirmed 15 Oct. 1561. (Harvey's Grants), 

Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 42. 

Ravenscroft, George, of Bretton, Flints, Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 123''. 

Raw, George, of Skipton, Yorksh., merchant adventurer and haberdasher of 

London, confirmed 20 Jan. 1563, by Flower. MS. Ashm. 834, fo. 6, copy 

of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Guil. 243 ; Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 41 ; Proc. Soc. 

of Antiq., 1897, 2nd 8., xvi., p. 351. 
Rawe, George, of Sandwich, Kent, esq., 20 Jan. 1573, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, 

fo. 122" ; Le Neve's MS. 497. 
Rawdon, Marmaduke, of London, Capt. and Commander of one select band of 

300 men of armes of the said city of London, coat exemplified and cresD 

granted 24 Sept. 1618, by Camden. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 73" ; Harl. 

MSS. 6095, fo. 38, and 1359, fo. 10"; Guil. 335. See also Thorogood. 
„ Marmaduke, of London, (19 Feb. in Guil. 336) 1639, by Borough. Harl. 

MS. 1105, fo. 56 ; Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 91" ; Guil. 336. 
Rawi.ett, Sir Raufife, Kt., borne in the county of Leicester and now dwelling nighe 

St. Alban's in the Manor of Gorhams in the county of Herts, coat and 

crest 1 Ed. VI., 1547. Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 87 ; Stowe 

MS. 692, fo. 82 and 90". 
Rawlins or Rawlyns, John, of Aldermanbury, London, descended from David ap 

William Jenkyn, crest confirmed 12 Nov. 1562 (Harvey's Grants), by 

Harvey and G. Dethick. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 107"; Add. MS. 16,940, 

fo. 60 ; Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 20". 
„ John, of Woking, Surrey, 2 Feb. 1623-4, by R. St. George, Clar. Harl. MS. 

1501, fo. 192. 
Rawuns, Margaret, d. of William, of London, grocer and merchant adventurer, 

and wife of James Bacon, Alderm. of city of London ; 13 Nov. 1570, by 

£ E 



210 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

Sir G. Dethick, Cooke and Flower. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 76'=; Q's Col. 

Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 25^ 
Eawlins, Richard, Archdeacon of Huntingdon Hen. VIII. Add. MS. 

2fi,702, fo. 60". 
„ Tliomas, of Wakering, Essex, crest 2 Jan. 1559-60, by Sir G. Dethick, Gart. 

Harl. MSS. 1441, fo. 101, and 5847, fo. bO^ ; Stowe MS. 676, fo. 25 ; Q's 

Coll. Oxf. MS. 37, fo. 38, copy of grant (1566 in MS. 145, fo. 51") ; Misc. 

Gen. et Her., 2nd S., vol. iv., p. 225 ; Harl. JIS. 5887, fo. 21;" ; Grants I., 

184. 
Eawlin, Thomas, D. Med., exemplified and confirmed .... 1601, by Camden. 

Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 107", and 6095, fo. 12" and 22 ; Guil. 338 says 1610, 

and of Hereford ; 1605 in Le Neve's MS. 292. 
Rawltnson, Robert, of Carke in Cartinel, co. Lane, and of Gray's Inn, and Vice- 

ChanC Co. Pal. of Lane, 20 May 1662, by W. Dugdale, 'Norr. Harl. MS. 

1105, fo. 60, and Her. Coll. [? Dugdale's Grants]. 
Raworth, Robert, of Gray's Inn, a person of known integrity and ability, 10 May 

1665, by Sir E. Walker, Gart. Her. Coll., fo. 60. 
„ Robert, citizen and mei'chant of London (s. of Henry, of Wollaton, Notts), 

4 .Tan. 1680-81, by Sir Hy. S' George, Clar., Sir W"' Dua'dale, Gart. Add. 

MS. 14,830, fo. 199 ; Grants III., fo. 123 ; Stowe MS. 714, fo. 99". 
Rawson, John, of Pickbarne, Yorks, Capt. of Horse to Chas. II., 28 .-Vng. 1665, by 

W. Dngdale, Norr. Her. Coll. [Dngdale's Grants ?]. 
Raymonde, . . . ., of London, crest .... 1547. Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, 

fo. 88" ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 82. 
„ Thomas, of Dtuimow. Add. MS. 31,896, fo. 30. 
Raymond {see John, 1588), 20 Sept. 1581, by Cooke : sa., a chev. betw. three 

eagles displayed arg., on a chief or a rose betw. two flenrs-de-lis gu. Harl. 

MS. 1442, fo. 17. 
„ John, of Little Dunmow, Essex, gent., grant 15 Nov., 2 and 3 Philip and 

Mary, 1555, by Sir G. Dethick^ Gart. Harl. MS. 1116, fo. 44 ; Q's Coll. 

Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 60, copy of grant ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. P ; Grants I., 

224. 
„ John, of London, gent., purveyor H.M. Pottery [Poltry, i.e., Poultry]. 

Crest 20 Sept. 1588, by Ro. Cooke, Clar. Grants I., 225," Her. Coll. 
„ Sir Jonathan, Knt. and Alderm. of London, 11 April 1687, bv T. St. George, 

Gart. and Clar. Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 67"; Misc. Gen. et Her., 2nd S., 

vol. ii., fo. 59 ; Grants III., 312 ; Lansd. MS. 867, fo. 52. Az., an eagle 

displayed erm., on a chief embattled arg. three plates (silver). Crest: out 

of a mural crown a demi-eagle displayed erm., charged on the breast with 

three plates as in the arms, beaked sa. Harl. MSS. 1085, fo. 58, and 6179, 

fo. 59". 
Raynes, Robert, of Nottingham, confirmed .... 1558. (Harvey's Grants), Add. 

MS. 16,940, fo. 8". 
Raynolds, see Reanalds, Reynolds and Payne. 

„ John, of Attleburgh, Norfolk, gent., and "1 and their posterity, confirmed 
„ Henrv, his brother, / 14 Oct. 1576, 18 Q. Eliz., 

by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1470, 

fo. 97, 213, and 1359, fo. 122 ; Guil. 182 ; Grants II., 507. 
Read, see also Rede. 

„ . . . ., of Faccombe, Hants, colours, etc., assigned by Earl Marshal's Warrant 

26 March 1640. Grants II., 674. 
„ Allan, draper, of S' Dunstan's-in-the-West, by Bysshe, Gart. Harl. MS. 1441, 

fo. 149". 
Reade, John, of London : gu., a chevron or betw. three fleurs-de-lis, two in chief 

or and one in base arg., .... 1599, by Camden. Morgan's Sphere, 117 ; 

(sec Guil. 225, az., three cock pheasants or). (John, s. of George, s. of 

Leonard.) 



GRANTEES OP AUMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 211 

Read, Peter, of Gvnunynsiham, Norfolk, auamentation, etc., 1535, by the Emp. 

Chas. V. Hail. MS. 1552. fo. 136. 
Reade, Thomas, of Barton, Berks, .... by Cooke. Had. MS. 1359, fo. 115 ; 

Add. MS. 4960, fo. 95''. 
Read, Wilham, and "1 sons of James (or Wilham), of Wichford, Essex, confirmed 
., Thomas, / 20 Jan. 1653-4, by Bysshe, Gart. Add. MS. 26,758, 

fo. 16. 
Readhead, Robert, gent.. Servant and one of the grooms in her Majestie's Chamber, 

now Castellan or Keeper of the Castle at York, s. of Bartholomew; of 

Sheriff Hutton Castle, Yorks, sometime servant to Ed. VI., etc., augmenta- 
tion and crest granted 10 May 1598, by W. Dethick, Gart. Q's Coll. O.xf. 

MS. 36, fo. 73, copy of grant; Provost marshal at Ostoud, Stowe 

MS. 676, fo. 126, and one of the showers in Ordinary, etc. ; Surtees Soc, 

XL!., xliii. 
ReadinCx [Borough of], in Berks [confirmed 6 Oct.] 15G6 [by Harvey, Clar.]. 

(Berry). 
Reanaldes, see Reynolds, Raynolds and Payne. 
Reanaldes, one of the clerks of the privy scale, April 1607, by Oamden. 

Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 20, and 6095, fo. 7. 
Rebow, John, of Colchester, Essex, granted 10 April 1685, by Sir W'" Diigdalo, 

Gart., and Sir Hy. S' George, Clar. Grants III., 263 ; Guil. 364 ; Lansd. 

MS. 867, fo. 52 ; Harl. MS. 1085, fo. 59. 
Reddall, George, of Lincolnshire, coat and crest .... Barker's Grants, 1526 — 49 ; 

Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 88. 
Reddiche, Alexander, of Redditch, co. Lane, confirmed 15 May 1587, by Flower. 

MS. Ashm. 844, fo. 68, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib.; Giiil. 177; 

Grants L, 10. 
Rede, see also Reade. 

„ Sir Edward, of Norwich and Beccles, Suff., 15 May 1521, 13 Hen. VIIL, by 

T. Wriothesley and Benolte, Clar. : Az., on a bead wavy or three Cornish 

choughs ppr., a border engrailed arg. charged with torteaux and pellets 

alternately. Stowe MS. 693, fo. 76*. 
„ Sir Richard, of Acton, Middx., Knt., coat and crest (a bugle's head, etc.).' 

Barker's Grants, 1526—49 ; Harl. MS. 5846, fo. Sg"* ; Stowe MS. 692, 

fo. 82". 
„ Robert, of Chedingston, Kent, Chief Justice of the K.'s Bench, crest granted 

6 Aug. 1518, by T. Wriothesley, Gart., and Benolte : A shoveller bendy of 

six arg. and sa., beaked and membered or. Stowe MS. 676, fo. 12 ; MS. 

Ashm.. 834, fo. 1, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 82 ; 

Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 89", has Reske ; and Add. j\IS. 26,702, fo. 44" [has 

Rede]. 
., William, of the city of Bristol 1565, S Q. Eliz. (Harvey's Grants), 

Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 41". 
Reding, George (of London), descended from Reding of Reding Hall, co. Hereford, 

exemplified, ratified and confirmed Nov. 1609, by Camden. Harl. MSS. 

1422, fo. 20", and 6095, fo. 11 ; Guil. 333. 
Redman, . . . ., procter in the Arches Court, by Segar. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 73" 

(fo. 35") ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. ~ ' 
„ Richard, and his brother 
„ Thomas, proctor in the Court 

Arches, registrar principal, etc., 

MS. 36, fo. 83, copy of grant ; Stowe 

MS. 676, fo. 131 ; Cott. MS. Faustina, E. 1, fo. 63. 
„ William, Bp. of Norwich, D.D., arms confirmed and crest given at Ijondon 

1 May 1595, by Lee. (1594 in Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 51 ; Add. MS. 14,295, 

fo. 22") ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 30" ; 27"' May in Stowe MS. 670, fo. 59 ; 

17'" May in Add. MS. 14,297, fo. 70. 



] s. of John, Mayor of Wilton, Wilts, 
of )> grant 9 July "1599, by W. Dethick, 
c., J Gart., and Camden. Q's Coll. Oxf. 



212 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

Eee, Richard, of Kidderminster, .... 1689, by Cooke. Entered again 1634, 

see Sir H. St. George ? at Visit, [of Worcestersh., 1682-3 ?] ; Harl. MS. 

1422, fo. 124^ 
Reed ais Smith, Thomas, of Norfolk, 15 Jan. 1481-2. See Smith. 
Reepes, Henry, s. and h. of John, 2nd s. of Henry, crest 30 Nov. 15G0, by Dalton. 

Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 47. 
Reeve, see Reve. 

„ Agnes (ux. Sir Edw. Walker, Gart.), d. of D'' John Reeve, of Bookham, 

Surrey, J.P.), 1 July 1660, by Walker, Gart. Her. Coll., 32. 
Reichel, Servatius, Wenceslaus, Lazarus and Israel, s. of Nicholas, and to their 

cousins Nicholaus, Stanislaus, Johannes and Paul, s. of Stanislaus, granted 

9 Sept. 1554, by Emperor Ferdinand. Berry. 
Reignolds, see Payne, Paine, and Reynolds. 
Relfe, John, one of the Clerks assistants in the House of Lords, 28 Jan. 1692-3, 

by T. St. George, Gart. and Clar. Harl. MS. 14,830, fo. 179 ; Grants IV., 

127 ; Harl. MS. 1085, fo. 57. 
Relf, William, of London, .... gift .... 1561 ... . sa., two chevrons erm. betw. 

three greyhounds' heads, etc. (Harvey's Grants), Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 59. 
Renforces, Patentees of, see Patentees. 
Reppes, Henry, see Reepes. 
Resceowe (Derescrowne), Thomas, of Derescrowe, Curnwall, 10 March 1547-8, 

by ? Hawley. Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 202. 
Rest, .... with crest. Hen. VIII. Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 35 ; Harl. MS. 11)49, 

fo. 67'', 68'', grocer. Memo. — John Rest, Lord Mayor of London 1516. 

Stowe MS. 692, fo. 82. 
Reave, Anthony, of Breade, Susses, coat confirmed and crest granted 13 July 

1633. Guil. 247 ; by Segar, Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 96" ; Harl. MS. 1096, 

fo. 161. 
Reve, Francis, of Maldon, Sufl'., 1590, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 103. 

1422, fo. 90". 
Revell, George, 1577, see Kevall. 

„ John, of London, gift .... 1561 : per chev. engrailed sa. and or or argent, 

two chaplets ? (Harvey's Grants), Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 38 [has "p cheveron 

eng'' sables and ar., two chastells in chif argent, in poinct on a pellett 

afieurdelys gold, on a wrethe argent & sables an antelupes head razid 

azur, mayned, horned & tusked golde, holding in his mouthe a braunche 

of acorns in their pper couller "]. 
„ Robert, of Shortloiid Legg, co. Derby, crest granted 10 July 1545, 

37 Hen. VIII., by Williani" Fellows, Norr. MS. Ashm. 858, fo. 154 and 

162. copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Stowe MS. 706, fo. 12", and to John 

Revell of CO. Derby confused ; see also Harl. MSS. 1093, fo. 83, and 6140, 

fo. 71" ; Reliquary, xxii., 51. 
Rewse, Synion, esq., of Hedgeston (? Hoxton), 1 April 1632, by Segar. Add. MS. 

12,225, fo. 96", inserted about 15 May 1730 from grant brought to 

M'- Shier's office. 
Reynardson, Thomas, of Plymouth, Devon, 10 Dec. 1632, by Segar. Add. ]\IS. 

12,225, fo. 96" ; Guil. 373 ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 80". 
Reyner, William, of Overton, Hunts, .... 1588, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, 

fo. 108", and 1422, fo. 94 ; same arms and crest as John Reyner in Stowe 

MS. 670, fo. 26, etc., see Raynor in the Armories; Add. MS. 4966, 

fo. 57" ; Quarterly coat, Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 45. 
Rkvnes, Thomas, of Hampstead, Middx.. gent., granted .... 2 and 3 Philip and 

Mary, 1555-6, by Sir G. Dethick, Gart. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 59; 

Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 64 ; Grants I., 222 ; Harl. MS. 1116, fo. 44. 
Rbignolte, .... crest .... Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 90" ; Stowe 

MS. 692, fo. 82". 
Reynolds, see Raynolds, Reanaldes and Payne. 



Grantees of arms to the end of the xvii. cknturt. 213 

Reynolds, ....(? UM), by Sir E. Bysshe. Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 3!) ; Bysshe's 

Grants 29. 
„ Henry, of Belstead, Suff., s. of Robert, of the same, arms altered, crest granted 

.... 1584, by Cooke. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 41; Harl. MSS. 1359, 

fo. 116^ and 1422, fo. 60"; Guil. 102 as Reginale ; Add. MS. 4906, 

fo. 29*. 
Reionolds, Thomas, and \ gent., sons of Henry, of Denbigh, crest granted to 
„ John, J Henry, of Denbigh, gent., and to William and Tlios. 

and .John here named, femp. Q. Eb'z., by W. Detliick, 

Gart. {See Payne, p. 193.) Stowe MS. 676, fo. 37" ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 

36, fo. 116, copy of grant ; (rnints I., 145. 
Reynt, .John, of city of London, s. of Roger, etc., 16 March 1019-20, by Camden. 

Misc. Gen. et Her., i., 191 ; (called W™ Rainey in Harl. MS. 0095, fo. 37) ; 

Guil. 216. 
RiccARD alias Richards, Charles, of Hecke, Yorks 1595, by Lee. Harl. MS. 

1422, fo. 124 ; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 75. 
Riccard, Charles, of Heck, Yorks, a confirmation in a scutcheon 11 Aug. 1612, by 

R. St. (Jeorge, Norr. Stowe MS. 706, fo. 15. 
Rycard, Thomas, of Heittesfeld, Yorks, 24 Jan. 1519, by T. Wriothesley, Gart. 

Le Neve's MS. 513 ; temp. H. VIIL, by Norroy, Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 17. 
Rice, rightly Price, John, of Barton Regis, co. Glouc, s. of Gregory, confirmed 

8 April 1573, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 57, and Add. MS. 14,295, 

fo. 26, as Pryce, which see. 
Rice, Richard, of Preston, Suff., Quarterly .... 1586, by Cooke's deputy. Stowe 

MS. 670, fo. 17" ; Robert in Harl. JIS. 5887, fo. 17. 
„ William, of Boemer (Medmeuham), Bucks, grant 2 May, 2 and 3 Philip and 

Mary, 1556, by Hawley. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 67, copy of grant ; 

Harl. MS. 1470, fo. 248 ; Bodmar in Harl. MS. 1507, fo. 409 ; Grants IL, 

455 ; Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 208 ; Guil. 160 ; Le Neve's MS. 409. 
Rich, , of Otford, Kent, 1 April 1656. Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 16. ? By Bysshe, 

Clar. 
„ Edward, of Horndon on the Hill, Essex, ? crest, a patent 30 May 1579, by 

Cooke : Rich quartering Shaa. Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 120, and 1422, 

fo. 121" ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 90. 
„ Thomas, of Ley ton (or Lexden), Essex, .... 1590, by Ro. Cooke, Clar. : per 

pale sa. and gu., a cross bottonuee becw. four fleurs-de-lis or ; Crest, on the 

stump of a tree couped and erased or, a hawk, wings endorsed arg., preying 

on a pheasant ppr. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 38" ; Berry. 
„ Sir Richard, of Brendiche, Essex, coat exemplified and crest. Bai'ker's 

Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 87 ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 82", " Rich, and his 

wife in the other book " ; see also Harl. MS. 6834. 
Richards, Edward, of Yaverland, Hants. Harl. MSS. 1544, fo. 43", and 5865, 

fo. 43". 
Richardson, Capt. Edward, served in Ireland, certified 22 May 1647, by W"' 

Roberts, D.C.L., Ulster K. of Arms. Genealogist, i., 201, copy of grant, 

Brit. Mus. 
„ Edward, of Ripon, Yorks, gent., grant 20 March 1649-50, by Ryley. Surtees 

Soc, XLL, lii, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. ; Genealogist, i., 201. 
„ Ferdinando, of Gloucester, of the privy chamber, 1588, by Cooke. Harl. JISS. 

1359, fo. 95", 1422, fo. 88", and 6140, fo. 47. 
„ John, of city of Durham, crest IS Sept. 1615, by R. St. George, Norr. 

Surtees Soc, XLL, xlviii, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. 
„ Sir Thomas, of Horringham, Norfolk, Knt., Lord C. J. of Com. Pleas, 3 Feb. 

1627-8, by R. St. George, Clar. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 88" ; alteration, Harl. 

MS. 1116, fo. 29. 
RiCHARS, Edmond, of Fringe, Norfolk, .... 1613, by Camden. Harl. MS. 6095, 

fo. 40" ; Le Neve's MS. 353. 



214 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

KiCHERS, John, of Stalhani, Morfolk, 24 July 1664. Bysshe's Grants, fo. 16, Her. 

Coll.; Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 19^ 
RiCHMAN or Richmond, Richard, of Hedenham, Norfolk, crest 157G, by Cooke, 

Clar. Banneraian's MS., No. 9, 453. [" The Coat couf. to this famylie 

is: Er., on a cheif sa. a Grip. pa. or ; Crest, a falcon rousant er., beaked 

& 1. or, p Robertum Cook, Clar., 1576, A° 18 Eliz."] 
RiDDELL (Rydell) alias Bonner, John, of Swarford, Oxon., Esq., and his cousin 
„ Anthony, of Campden, en. Glouc, sent., 16 May 1574, by Cooke. Add. MS. 

14,295, fo. 25 ; alias Benne in Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 52. 
Rydgwaye ais Pecok, John, of Karsebill Abbot [Abbot's Careswell], Devon, 

20 Feb. 1540-41, by T. Hawley. Add. MSS. 16,940, fo. 200^ and 7098, 

fo. 77 (?fo. 31). 
RiDGEWAYE, Sir Thomas, of Torre, Devon, Kt., s. of Thos. and Maria, d. and coh. 

of Grace, d. and sole heir of John Borenhouse of Marsh, Devon, Esq., and 

grandchild of John Ridoeway of Torre, Devon, Esq. ; grant 4 May 1602, 

by Camden. Cott. MS. Faustina, E. 1, 55'' ; Guil. 216 ; 10 quarterings, 

Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 46^ 
Ridges, William, fined for Sheriff and Alderra. of London ; 22 March 1664-5, by 

Bysshe, Clar. Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 40 ; Bysshe's Grants, fo. 35 ; Harl. MS. 

1410, fo. 15. 
Rydley, Thomas, M.A., confirmed 11 July, 23 Q. Eliz., 1581, by Flower. MS. 

Ashm. 844, fo. 53, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Guil. 149. 
RiDSDALL, George, of co. Line, 20 Aug. 1547, by ? Hawley. Add. MS. 16,940, 

fo. 202. 
RiGBY, Alexander, of Burgh, co. Lane, .... 1573, by Flower. Harl. MS. 1422, 

fo. 42". 
„ Alexander, of Wigau, co. Lane, .... by St. George, Norr. Harl. MS. 1422, 

fo. 15". 
RiGDON, Robert, of Dowesby, Lincoln, .... 1601, by Camden. Harl. MSS. 1422, 

fo. 71, and 6140, fo. 40". 
RiGGES, Ralph, of Farnham or Fareham, Surrey, s. of Thomas, who died seised of 

the manor of Farnham, s. of Thomas, of Southampton, confirmed by Segar, 

testified by W'" Le Neve, 23 Oct. 1640. (See also Mary Blake, his wife.) 

Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 97 ; C. 19 [? Visit. Hampshire, 1622], fo. 124, Her. 

Coll. ; and Guil. 195 ; Grants I., 419. 
RiGGS, William, of the par. of Clerkenwell, Middx., one of the King's Auditors, 

coat and crest Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 91 ; Stowe MS. 

092, fo. 82". 
RiPPON (Rypon), Walter, of London, gent., coachmaker to Q. Eliz., s. of Jeofirey, 

s. of Thos., s. of Thos., s. of Rich., s. of John, s. of Arnold, of Yorks, gent., 

crest 19 June 1590, by Cooke. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 42"; Harl. MS. 

1359, fo. 96". 
RiSLEY, William, of Chetwell, Bucks, .... by Cooke, Clar. Stowc MS. 670, 

fo. 41. 
Rivers, . . . ., Chafford, Kent, .... 1583 : arms, az., two bars dancettee or, in 

chief three bezants. Berry. 
„ Elizabeth, Countess, arms and supporters 9 Nov. 1680. Grants IIL, 119. 

iSce also Scroope, by W. Dugdale, Gart., and St. George, Clar. 
Ryvers, Sii' John, Knt., Alderm., confirmed and crest granted 2 May 1581, by 

Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 87" ; MS. Ashm. 834, fo. 37 ; (1583 in Harl. 

MS. 1422, fo. 117", and Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 34") ; Guil. 358 ; Add. MS. 

4966, fo. 58, ? copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. 
Robartes, Richard, esq., s. and h. of John, late of Truro, Cornwall, s. and h. of 

Richard, of the same, patent 2 Jan. 1614-15, 12 K. Jas., by Camden. 

(Grafton in margin.) Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 39", and 6095, fo. 31"; 

Guil. 108. 
RoBBiNS, see also Robins. 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 216 

ROBBINS, .John, of Dover, a captain, ID Dec, 1 Q. Eliz., 1558, by Dalton. llarl. 

MS. 1359, fo. 45 ; copy of grant, Harl. MS. Ill G, fo. 61). 
PvOBERTS Salop and Somerset, .... 1578. Berry's Armory. 

„ Jolin : Harberts, surnamed Roberts [Robart in Stowe MS.], of Cardiff, 
N. Wales; confirmed 13 Nov. 1574, by W. Detliick, Garter. [In 
Marl. MS. 1453, fo. 35, there is a trick of the Arms.— Quarterly : 1, Per 
pale Az. and Gules, three lions rampant Aruent -, '2. Arijent, on a bend 
cottised Sa. three mullets of the field ; 3, Ar., a linii iiuii)i:iMl. Sable, crowned 
Or; 4, Gules, a lion rampant within a bonlurc cii^rail. d Or.] "These 
4 Coates Garter hath past by patent to one luilxrfes orCacnlifl' in Wales, 
w<^'' Robertes father was a Pedler and Bastard to one S'' Robert, a Preist, 
for the maintenance of w"^'' Armes the said Garter hath forged a most 
false pedigree : Tiie first Coate is Herbertes, borne by the Earle of 
Worcester, who is Lo. Herbert of the same. Tim second is the auntient 
Armes of Andrewes of Northamptonshire ; the 3 is the Armes of the Lo. 
Morlcy. The 4 is the Cheif Coate of the Earle of Shrewsbury." Entered 
by R. Brooke, York Herald. Harl. MS. 1453, fo. 35 ; Stowe MS. 676, 
fo. 44 ; copy of grant, Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 37, fo. 56. 

„ Thomas, of Little Braxted, Essex, gent., exemplified quarterly coat (Hobson 
of Shipley, Sussex), and crest 1626, by Segar. Add. MSS. 12,225, fo. 97^ 
and 14,293, fo. 22" ; (s. of Thos., s. of Clement, see Guil. 335) ; Harl. MS. 
0140, fo. 80. 

„ William, of Sutton Chenell, co. Leic, a patent May 1614, by Camden. Harl. 
:MSS. 0095, fo. 30, and 1422, fo. 39 ; Guil. 384 ; Grants L, 22. 
Robins, see also Robbins. 

„ Geor^re, of Hackney, Middx., 10 May 1672, by Sir E. Bysshe, Clai-. Bysshe's 
Grants, fo. 31 ; Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 39"; alteration in crest 19 March 
1672-3, by Bysshe, Byssiie's Grants, fo. 34, and Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 40. 

„ John, of Netherhall in the par. of Stoketon, co. Wore, coat and crest. 
Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 88 ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 82. 
BOBYNSOK, Francis, of London, gift .... 1561. (Harvey's Grants), Add. MS. 

16,940, fo. 42. 
Robinson, Henry, Bp. of Carlisle, arms granted 25 July 1598, by W. Dethiek, 
Gart. Stowe MS. 676, fo. 127 ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 36, fo. 76, copy of 
grant in Latin. 

„ Henry, of Cransley, Northants, descended out of Yorkshire Nov. 1611, 

bv Camden, patent. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 35, and 0095, fo. 16" ; 
Grants IL, 570. 

„ Henry, of Langford, Esses, clerck, 26 Sept. 1671, by Sir E. Bysshe, Clar. 
Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 22 ; and Bysshe's Grants, 28. 

„ Sir John, Knt. and Bart, (nephew to D'' William Laud, Archbp. of Canterbury), 
I^ord Mayor of I,ondon and Lieut, of the Tower of London ; augmentation 
20 Oct. 1063, by Walker. Add. MSS. 14,293, fo. 59, and 14,294, fo. 15, 
letters patent at Whitehall 13 Oct., Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 62 ; copy of grant, 
Stowe MS. 677, fo. 08 ; Genealogist, i., 153. 

„ William, Alderm. of the city of York, 1 Aug. 1626, 14 K. [James I., 1616], 
by R. St. George, Norr. Stowe MS. 706, fo. 17 ; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 72 ; 
1616 in Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 73". 

„ Sir William, of Newby, Yorks, Knt., granted and confirmed 20 Feb. 1634-5, 
10 Chas., by Sir W. Le Neve, Norr. Surtees Soc, XLL, xhx, copy of 
grant, Brit. Mus. 
RoBOTiiAM. Robert, of Raskill, Yorks, granted 8 Dee. 1560, 3 Eliz., by Dalton. 
Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 47"; Her. and Geneal, i., 81 ; Misc. Gen. et Her., 
2nd S., vol. i., p. 269. 
RoBSON, Tliomas, Gyles and Robert, sons of James, late of Cambridge, gent., 
confirmed 3 May 1635, by R. St. George, Clur. Add. MS. 5822, 
fo. 28. 



216 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XTII. CENTURY. 

RoCH, Sir Bartholomew le, a Frenchman, Captain of the fireworkers, 6 May 1C45 

at Oxford, by Sir E. Walker, Gart. Her. Coll., fo. 27. 
Roche, .... crest, a roebuck's head .... Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, 

fo. 8y ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 82. 
Rochdale, Richard, of London, in the par. of St. Michael the King, 9 Dec. 1656, 

? by Bysshe, Clar. Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 15". 
RocKE, Richard, of Shrewsbury, confirmed 6 March 1603, 1 Jac, by Camden. 

:\I.s. Aslim. 858, fo. 133, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Harl. MSS. 5839, 

fo. 2, 2275, fo. 90, and 1115, fo. 8. 
RODES, William, of Skyrket, Yorks, confirmed 21 Aug. 1585, by Cooke. Harl. 

MS. 1359, fo. 88" ; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 75 ; Misc. Gen. et Her., 2nd S., 

vol. iii., p. 293 ; Gnil. 364 ; Add. MS. 49G6, fo. 52. 
RoDWAY, . . . ., of London and Tottenham, .... arg., on a fesse az. betw. three 

bugle horns stringed sa. as many roses or, by ? Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, 

fo. 97". 
Roe, Sir Thomas, of Bulwick, Northants, lately of Beckenhara, Kent, etc., exemplified 

30 April 1632, by R. St. George, Clar. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 60", copy in 

Brit. Mus. See also RoWE and Rawe. 
Roger, Christopher, of Sutton, Kent, .... 1593, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, 

fo. Ill", and 1422, fo. 60 ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 24. 
Rogers, Mary, ux. .John Harrington, of Kelston, Somerset, esq., d. of Jane (widow 

of Sir George Rogers of Cammington, Somerset, dec*"), dau. and sole h. of 

Edmond Winter of Cliffe, Devon, by his wife Elnor, dau. and heir of 

Silvester Sydnenham, Arms quarterly of C given and granted to Mary 

Harrino-ton by her mother Jane Harrington 20 Sept. 1594, to be exemplified 

by M^ Garter {i.e., W. Dethick). Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 37, fo. 85, copy of 

exemplification, etc. 
„ Ralfe, of London, .... 1586, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 90", and 

1422, fo. 60 ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 69. 
„ Richard, of Little Ness, Salop, .... 1578, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, 

fo. 119, and 1422, fo. 60 ; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 51 ; in Stowe MS. 670, 

fo. 72, the crest is without the mount vert, and also in Add. MS. 4966, 

fo. 94". 
„ Robert, of Coulton, Norfolk, grant, 26 Jan. 1576-7, by W. Dethick, York 

Herald. Stowe MS. 676, fo. 54" ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 37, fo. 64, copy of 

grant ; Proc. Soc. of Antiq., 1897, 2nd S., xvi., p. 352. 
ROLLE crest .... Barker's Grants, Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 56 ; Harl. MS. 

5846, fo. 90 ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 82". 
„ (William ?), of Hele, Devon, clerk, with crest. Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 56. 
RoLPH, Edmond, goldsmith, of London, arg., three crows sa., a trefoil in chief vert, 

by Camden. Morgan's Sphere, 117. 
ROMMET, William, of London, gent., arms and crest by patent 26 Sept. 1593, bv 

W'» Dethick and Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 10" ; 16 Dec. in Harl. MS. 

1422, fo. 95 ; Harl. MS. 5887. fo. 12" ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 84". 
ROMNEY, John, of Middleton in Kent, gent., grant 7th or 11th April 1615, by 

Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 98 ; Guil. 262 ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 62" ; 

9th in Bannerrnan's MS., No. 9, 450. 
Rone, Edward, of Middx., 6 Nov. 1598, by Camden and W. Dethick, Gart. Add. 

MSS. 14,295, fo. 63, and 31,896, fo. 30 ; Antony in Harl. MS. 1116, fo. 80". 
ROOE, see also Rowk and Rawe. 

„ Roger, of Alport, co. Derby, ? by R. St. George, Norr. ; elder brother of Sir 

Friend (Francis) Rooe, and to the heirs of his body, 9 June 1608 {alibi 

1(;05) (another coat and crest 9 July 1612). Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 79"; 

Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 71, as Roe and 1605 ; Stowe MS. 716, fo. 55, per 

pale or and gu., a lion, etc. [per pale or and gu., semee of trefoils slipped, 

a lion rampant, all counterchauged ; crest, an arm embowed, habited Gules, 

holding in the hand ppr, a garb Or] ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 56". 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE EXD OF THK XVII. CENTURY. 217 

Rook, Sir William, Iremonger, Lord Maior of London, .... 1595, by Cooke. Ilarl. 

MS. 1422, fo. 79". 
Rook, . . . ., arg., a fess betw. three chess rooks gu., confirmed , . . . ItJol, by 

Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 98 ; Harl. MS. G140, fo. 65. 
KooKE, of Tipton, Essex, alteration .... by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1442, 

fo. 16". 
RooKKS. George, of London, 1 May 1640, by Borough. Harl. MSS. 1105, fo. 57, 

and 1441, lb. 58 ; .\da. MS. 26,702, fo. 93"; Guil. 322. 
„ George, of Stony Stratford, Hacks, former arras approved and allowed 29 Oct. 

1640, by \V. Le Neve. Grants IL, 616. 
Roper, Thomas, of Eltham, Kent, .... 1587 or 1578 ?, by Sir G. Dethick, Gart. 

Harl. .MS. 1441, fo. 89; Q's ColL Oxf. MS. U,-), fo.46"; Harl. MSS. 5887, 

\\<. ;;;i, and 6140, fo. 27". 
Rosc.UiUOCK, Richard, of Cornwall, Crest 1 Nov. 1 55:3, by ? Hawley. .\dd. MS. 

16,940, fo. 206". 
Rose, Judith, widow of Sir Maurice Diggs, Bart., "j dans, and coheirs of George 

now wife of Daniel Sheldon of Ham Rose of Easter Gate, Sussex, 

Court, Surrey, and I 16 Feb. 1681-2, by Sir W-" 

„ Margaret, relict of Sir .Joseph Sheldon, Kt., f Dugdale, Gart. and Clar. 

late akierni. and sometime Lord Mayor of Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 178 ; 

the City of London, J Grants IIL, 149 ; and Berry. 

„ .John, of Lyme Regis, Dorset, granted 2 Nov. 1639, by Borough, Gart. 

Harl. MSS. 1105, fo. 56", and 1441, fo. 58"; Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 92"; 

Guil. 120 ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 17 ; Richard in Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 17. 
„ Martha (d. of Nicholas, of London), nx. John Heydou, late Sheriff and 

Alderm. city of Loudon, grant 10 Jan., 24 Eliz., 1582-3, by Cooke. Q's 

Coll. Oxf. MS. 37, fo. 83, copy of grant ; Stowe MS. 676, fo. 60. 
RCSEXBRICK, Michael, a Prussian born, augmentation (a chief) granted at London 

29 May 1568, by G. Dethick, Gart. Q's Coll. Oxf. MSS. 36, fo. 119, copy 

of grant in Latin, and 39, fo. 132 ; (born at Pedam or Sedain in Prussia, 

Stowe MS. 676) ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 61" ; Grants L, 35. 
RossE, John, a student in the Inner Temple, s. of Thomas, of Wadesden, Bucks, 

srrant (? 45 Q. Eliz.), by W. Dethick, Gart. Stowe MS. 676, fo. 139 ; Q's 

Coll. Oxf. MS. 36, fo. 98, copy of grant. 
ROSSETUR, Richard, of Somerby, co. Line, .... 1592, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, 

fo. 112 ; Add. MSS. 17,506, fo. 27", and 4966, fo. 25". 
RoTHERAM, George, Quarterly .... by W'" Dethick, Gart. " This second coat 

being the chiefe armes of Gray, now Earle of Kent, Garter hath given 

away without any difference to one George Rotheram, and made a false 

pedegree to mayntayne the same, which abuse of it bee not redressed. The 

said Earles heyres are in danger thereby to be disinherited." Entered by 

R. Brooke, York Her. Harl. MS. 1453, fo. 34 ; see Edward in Harl. MS. 

5887, fo. 10. 
RoTHWELL, James, of Coldrey, Hants, Assistant Surveyor of the Ordnance, 1 March 

168i, by Sir T. St. George, Gart. and Clar. Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 178 ; 

Grants IIL, fo. 345 ; Lansd. MS. 867, fo. 52. 
„ Stephen, of Ewarbv, co. Line, descended out of the family of Rothewell, co. 

Lane, 1 April 1585, 27 Q. Eliz., by Flower. MS. Ashm. 834, fo. 60, copy 

of grant, Bodleian Lib.; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 82"; Guil. 365 ; Harl. MS. 

5887, fo. 4". 
RouNDELL, William, of Hutton AYanslev, Yorks, 20 April 1676, by W. Dugdale, 

Norr. Harl. JIS. (1834, fo. 178 ; Grants III., 25 ; and Edmondson's 

Armory. 
RowBATCH, Giles, of Lytton, co. Hereford, s. of Thomas, s. of Pierce Rowbatch of 

Letton, CO. Hereford, confirmed March 1614, by Camden. (John in Harl. 

MS. 1422, fo. 38") ; Harl. MS. 6095, fo. 29" ; Guil. 62. 
RowE {see also RoOE and Rawe), William, of Puntefract, Yorks, 20 Oct. 1651, by 

F F 



218 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

Ed. Bvsshc. Had. MSS. 14G6, fo. 24, and 1441, fo. 152 ; copy of grant, 
see Proc. Soc. Antiq., 1897, p. 354 ; N. and Q., 2nd S., vol. xi., p. 171. 
RowE, Jtihn, of Lewes, Sussex (s. of William), confirmation of arms, quartering 
Drew of East Grinsted, Sussex, and crest 24 May 1614, by Segar. Add. 
MS. 12,225, fo. 98" ; Misc. Gen. et Her., i., 161 ; Guil. 186. 
„ Robert, of Windle Hill, co. Derby,"] sons of Henry, of Windle Hill afore- 
and his brother > said, s. of William, crest 9 July 



,"] sons of 
> said, 
J 1612, 



„ Roger, of London, J 1612, by R. St. George, Norr. Add. 

MS. 14,295, fo. 109; ILirl. MS. 
1422, fo. 78 ; Stowe MS. 706, fo. 19 ; Grants L, 245. 
„ Samuel, of Macclesfield. Cheshire, gent., one of the fellows of the Soc. of 
Gray's Dm, confirmed 10 March 1653-4, by Ryly. Harl. MS. 1470, 
fo. 64 ; 20"' of March, and declared void on the Restoration according to 
Guil. 236 ; Local Gleanings Mag., by J. P. Earwaker, 1880, 429. 
„ Thomas, of Clapham, Bedf., now Alderm. of London, s. of Robert, 2iid s. to 
Reynold, of Kent ; Crest granted 23 April 1567, by Sir G. Dethick, Gart., 
and Flower. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 127, copy of grant ; Harl. ilS. 
1359, fo. 56''. 
Roe, see also Rooe and Rows. 

Roe, Sir Thomas, Knt., of Bulwick, Northants, out of Kent, Chancellor (of the 
Garter), s. of Robert, esq., etc., attested 80 April 1632, by R. St. George, 
Clar. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 59" ; copy of grant. Add. MS. 4966, fo. 44". 
Rowland, Thomas, see Pentecost. 

Rowley, John, of Barkway, Herts, graiited 11 Dec. 1639, by Borough. Harl. 
MSS. 1105, fo. 56", and 1441,^fo. 57" ; Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 92 ; 20'i' Dec. 
in Guil. 106. 
ROWSE, Thomas, of London, merchant, 13 April 1647, by E. Bysshe, Gart. Harl. 

MSS. 1105, fo. 15 Ms, and 6140, fo. 18. 
Rowsewell, William, of Ford, Devon, .... by Ro. Cooke. Stowe MS. 670, 

fo. 27". 
Royal Fishing of Great Britain, the Gov" and Compv. of all the, 13 Dec. 
1664, by Walker. Add. MSS. 14,293, fo. 36, and 14,294, fo. 7 ; Harl. MS. 
1 172, fo. 44 ; copy of grant, Cat. Her. Exhib. Soc. of Autiq., 72. 
Royal Company, 20 Jan. 1662-3, by Sir E. Walker, Gart. Her. Coll., fo. 4. 
Royal Society, arms and supporters, 30 June 1663, by Walker. MSS. Ashm. 
836, fo. 123, and 845, fo. 150, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Her. 
Coll., fo. 5. 
Royden, Robert, of E.xeter, 31 July, 9 H. VIL, 1494, by Richmond and Clar. 

Harl. MSS. 5887, fo. 50, and 1116, fo. 38". 
Royle, John, of Leftwich, Cheshire, gent., confirmed 17 Nov. 1654, by Ryley. 

Harl. MSS. 1470, fo. 176, 273, and 1105, fo. 11 ; Guil. 76. 
Roys, Job, .... gu., a gryphon segreant arg., on a chief of the 2nd three roses of 
the first .... by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 98"; Harl. MS. 1105, 
fo. 5. 
RoiSE, John, of London, gent., granted 2 July, 5 Q. Eliz., 1563, by Sir G. Dethick, 
Gart. 1562 in Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 124, copy of grant ; Harl. MS. 
1359, fo. 70; Grants L, 212. 
Rubenius, Sir Petrus Paulus, Sec. to the King of Spain, letters patent augmentation 
25 Dec. 1631 at Westminster. MS. Ashm. 858, fo. 86, 87, copy of grant, 
Bodleian Lib. 
Ruche, .... crest, a lion's head erased vert, dropped arg., ? guttee de I'armes. 

Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 90" ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 82". 
RUDD, Anthony, D.D., Bp. of St. David's, 12 Aug. 1597, by R. Lee, Clar. Stowe 
MS. 714, fo. 101, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. 
„ John, of Wynterton, co. Lincoln, " Ar., a canton b., thereon vii martlets arg., 
iij, i & iij g., 3 cupps covered or, a crescent [?] or ; this canton was the 
olde armes of Lewes le Shatt [le Chat ?] of France, who at Muterell was 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVU. CENTURY. 219 

taken prisoner by the sayd John, & therefor had thes Arraes sett forthe 

but no [lattent of them." Barker's Grants, Stowe MS. G92, fo. 80", in 

a later hand. 
RUDD, Matthew, the younger, of Woodham Walter, Essex, s. of Matthew, the elder, 

sometime of Chelmsford, Essex, and now of Furnival's luu, exemplified 

12 Nov. 1G34, 10 Chas., by Sir R. St. George, Clar. Add. MS. U,293, 
fo. 18" ; Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 36. 
RuDEHALL crest .... Barker's Grants, Harl. MSS. 5846, fo. 90, and 

6179, fo. 22»; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 82"; see Coat, Harl. MS. 1116, 

fo. 24". 
RUDGE, Edward, of London, Salter, s. of Thomas, of Evesham, co. Wore, out of 

Cheshire, 1 .June 1G34, by R. St. George, Clar. Grants II., 665. 
RuDiAEDE, Tiiomas, of Rudiarde, co. Staff., coat confirmed and crest granted 

3 Oct. 1579. by W°' Dakins, Norr. MS. Ashm. 845, fo. 163, copy of grant, 

Bodleian Lib. Probably a forgery [certainly spurious] as there was no 

such Noi'roy. See also Smethwick. 
RurxG, William, of Norwich, gent., crest 2 March, 2 Q. Eliz., 1559-60, by Sir G. 

Dethick, Gart. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 106, copy of grant ; Harl. MS. 

1359, fo. 79. ,, ^^^ 

RUOGE, William, of Fellingham, Norfolk, esq., 26 July 1568, by Cooke. Add. Mft. 

14,295, fo. 64 ; C. 15, fo. 4" [Visit, of] Norfolk [1613] ; Harl. MS. 1359, 

fo. 94". 
RuSBURGH, John, of Baldoke (Herts), confirmed 155- or 156- arg., a chev. sa. 

between three bears couchant ppr. ; crest, a stork sa., purfled arg., membered 

and beaked gu. (Harvey's Grants), Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 32" ; see also 

fo. 42, and Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 22 ; Grants IL, 546. 
„ Richard, of Aylsham, Norfolk, 16 Nov. 1558, by Hervey. Harl. MS. 1422, 

fo. 22 ; Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 32" and 42 ; Grants IL, 546 ; Le Neve's 

MS. 514. 
RUSHE, Sir Francis, of Essex, .... Jan. 1605, by Camden. Crest, The head dead, 

the hair and beard sandy colour. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 18", and 6095, fo. 3. 
Russell, .... of Worcestershire, crest .... Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, 

fo. 91 ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 82". 
„ John, of London, master carpenter of the King's Majesty, granted 15 Oct., 

6 Ed. VI., 1552, by Sir Gilb. Dethick, Gart. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 40, 

copy of grant ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 60 : Grants I., 308 ; Misc. Gen. et 

Her., 3rd S., vol. v., p. 121. 
„ Thomas, of Charlton, Kent, 25 March 1650, by Sir E. Bysshe. With consent 

of Sir William Russell. Bart., of Streynsham, Thomas to bear the dilference 

of a fifch brother. Add. MS. 14,262, fo. 46". 
„ William, of Pensey (Pevensey), Sussex, gent., crest 20 Feb., 3 and 4 Philip 

and Mary, 1556-7, by Sir Gilbert Dethick, Gart. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, 

fo. 74, copy of grant : Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 122, and 1359, fo. 69 ; Grants I., 

204 : Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 98''. 
„ Sir William, of (Deblow ?), of Chippenham, co. Cambr., Knt., Treasurer of the 

Navee Royal, confirmed .... Dec. 1618, liy Camden. Cott. MS. Faust., 

E. 1, fo. 62" ; Harl. MS. 6095, fo. 36. 
RusTAT, Tobias, Yeoman of the Robes to his Majesty, crest 30 Dec. 1676, by 

W. Dugdale, Norr. Add. MS. 14,830, fo. 77 ; Grants III., 31 ; Harl. 

MSS. 1441, fo. 130", and 6832, fo. 371" ; Crispe's Visit. Eng. and Wales, 

notes, i., 87. 
RuTHALL, (Richard, of Mowshome, co. Bucks), coat and crest. Barker's Grants, 

Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 88" ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 82. 
„ D"- Thomas (Bishop of Durham), with crest. Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 66" ; 

Hail. MS. 6179. fo. 22". 
RuTTER, Abraham, of the city of E.xeter, Devon, .... by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, 

fo. 99. 



220 GRANTEES OP ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

Ryder, f Anthony (s. of John, of Newbury, Berks), Physician to the late K. Charles 
^ during the late Rebellion, and to Chaf?. II. in foreign parts ; and 

1 John, of Newbury, physician, eldest bro. of Anthony, 10 July 1662, by 

Walker. Add. MS. 14,293, fo. 33 ; Rider in Add. MS. 14,294, fo. 5" ; 

Harl. MS. 1172, fo. .^l'' ; Guil. 394. 
„ John, of Leigh, par. of Churchstow, Devon, 6 May 1662, by Sir E. Walker. 

Her. Coll., fo. 46. 
Ryb, William, of Whitwell, co. Derby, 1575, by W. Flower, Norr. Harl. MS. 

1093, fo. 81. 
Riley, . . . ., of co. Lane, .... or, a fess betw. three crosses formee vert .... by 

Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 97. 
Ryley, William, Bluemantle pursuivant of arms, by Borough. Harl. MS. 1105, 

fo. 56 ; Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 91 ; Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 30. 
Rympynden, John, of Letherhed, Surrey, gent., grant 17 Feb. 1516-17, by 

Wriothesley and Benolt. Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 60 ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 

38, fo. 29, copy of grant in French. 
Ryves, John, of Damory, Dorset, gift .... 1564. (Harvey's Grants), Add. MS. 

16,940, fo. 58^ 
Ryvett, James, of Briset in Suffolk, Crest, by Harvey, Clar. Add. MS. 16,940, 

fo. 41" ; Harl. MS. 1116, fo. 66. 



S 

Sabb, John, of Gray's Inn and Norfolk by Ro. Cooke. Stowe MS. 670, 

fo. 36" ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 90 ; Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 19. 
Sabin, John, Beakesbourne, Kent, M.D., grant 29 May 1663, by Sir Ed. Bysshe, 
Clar. Bysshe's Grants, fo. 3, Her. Coll. ; Harl. MS. 1470, fo. 132, copy 
of grant, Brit. Mus. ; Harl. MS. 1105,fo. 17 ; Guil. 242. 
Sable, of Norfolk, .... 1589, by Cooke : arg., on a pale betw. two anchors sa. 

three estoiles or. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 1 19. 
Sabysch, Capt. Charles Frederick, a native of Silesia in Germany, who had faithfully 
served his late Majesty in the Condition of Engineer, at the Hague 4 June 
1649, bv Sir E. Walker, Gart. Her. Coll., fo. 29. 
Sacheverell, George, of Nottingham, s. and h. of Valence, deC^, nat. s. to Herry, 
late of Morley, co. Derby, grant 11 May 1665, by W. Dugdale, Norr. 
(Her. Coll.) 
Sacrb, .... Kent, .... 1614 .... gu., two bars erm., in chief three martlets or ; 
Crest, an elephant or in a wood ppr. Not the Christopher Sacker coat. 
Berry. 
SaivER, Christopher, of Fevershani Abbey, Kent, a confirmation 1615, by Camden. 

Harl. MSS. 6095, fo. 39", and 1422, fo. 40 ; Le Neve's MS. 346. 
Sackvillb or Sacheville, John, of city of Bristol, s. of John, of the same, gent., 
grant fe7np. Q. Eliz., by Sir G. Dethick. Stowe MS. 676, fo. 37 ; Q's Coll. 
bxf. MS. 36, fo. 115, copy of grant. 
„ Thomas, one of the gent. Ushers in Ordinary to James I., testified 9 June 
1622, by consent of Richard, Earl of Dorset, by Segar, Camden and 
Sir R. St. George. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 99 ; Guil. 411 ; Harl. MS. 6140, 
fo. 66*. 
Sadler, John, of Edmonton, Middx., gift .... 1558. (Harvey's Grants), Add. 

MS. 16,940, fo. 19. 
Sadleie, Sir Ralph (or Paul), of Standon, Herts, Knt., made banneret at the battle 
of Musselborough in Scotland, Chancellor of the duchy of Lancaster and of 
the Queen's privy Council, granted 14 May 1542, 34 H. VIII., by Barker ; 
altered (to Sir Paul Sadler) 4 Feb. 1575-6, by Cooke and Flower ; died s.p. 
MS. Ashm. 834, fo. 14'', copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Guil. 410. 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 221 

Sadler, Thomas, esquire of the body to cure Sovenijne Lord the King [James], 

Kegister to tiie B[isiiop] of Saruni, .Justice of Peace in the County of 

Herts [Knighted 8 Aug. 1623], s. of WiUiam, s. of .John, s. of Robert, 

exemplified [lesnfied by Camden]. Cotton M.S. JuUus, 15. xi., HI''. 
Sadlers' Company, of liOndon, az., a chevron betw. tln'ee saddles furnished or ; 

grant of supporters and crest 20 Oct. 1585, 27 Q. Eliz., by Cooke. Harl. 

MS. 1359, fo. 73''. 
Saffin, John, .... 17 Sept Add. MS. U,295, fo. 41" ; bv Segar, Add. MS. 

4966, fo. 21" ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 3Q\ See Chaffin. 
St. Albans, Earl of, Supporters at Breda May 1660, by Sir 1']. Walker. Her. 

Coll., fo. 13. 
St. Amand (Sentamonde), Anthony, coat and crest .... Barker's Grants, Harl. 

MS. 5846, fo. 97 ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 83, 86. 
St. Auby.v (Seynt Aubyn), Thomas, of Clowance, Cornwall, 18 March 1545, crest 

by Gart. Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 92"" ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 87 ; 

Visit. Engl, and Wales, iv., 1. 
St. George, Sir Henry, Richmond Herald, Knt., augmentation by letters patent 

■26 Sept. 1627 (grant of Gustavus Adolphus, King of Sweden). Guil. 433 ; 

Grants II., 693, 695. 
„ Nicholas, grants of arms and crest .... by Sir R. St. George. Imperfect. 

Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 63", 64, 53". 
Seynthill, Peter, of Devonshire, grant of coat and crest ? IS July 1536, 28 H. VIII. 

Barker's Grants, Stowe MS. 692, fo. 85 and 87 ; Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 99 ; 

Misc. Gen. et Her., i., 281 ; Gents. Mag., 1825, ii., 501. 
Salford, William, gent.. Clerk of the Signet, s. of John, of Derby, s. of John, of 

Burton-upon-Trent, and bro. of AVilliani, of London, gent., 14 May 1528, 

by Wriothesley and Benolte. Arundel MS. 26, S. xvi., fo. 73". 
Salkyns, William, of London, . . . . ? 1586, by Cooke, Quarterly. Harl. MS. 1359, 

to. Ill ; Add. M.S. 4966, fo. 60. 
Salmon, William, of Wyldlieath, Cheshire, sa., three salmons hauriant or, confirmed 

20 Dec. 1613, by Segar. See Thomas Salmon, by Sir R. St. George. Add. 

M.S. 12,225, fo. 99" ; Harl. MSS. 1105, fo. 11, and 6140, fo. 49. 
„ Paul, of West Barshara, Norf., .... 1591, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1422, 

fo. 23". 
„ Thomas, of Hackney, Middx., Citizen and merchant of London, s. of William, 

of AVildheath, Cheshire, etc., confirmed 23 Feb. 1621-2, by Sir R. St. 

George, Xorr. (formerly granted by Segar). Add. MS. 1 1,293, fu. 7 ; 

Stowe MS. 714, fo. 178 ; Guil. 240 ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 66". 
Salt, William, London, .... by Ro. Cooke .... Stowe MS. 670, fo. 23. 
Salter, .... gu., lO billets or, 4, 3, 2, 1, on a bordure engrailed arg. 9 roundles 

(3 each), bezants (or), hurts (az.) and torteaux (gu.), by Borough ? Cains 

Coll. Camb. MS. 551 ; Guil. 36. 
„ Thomas, of Oswaldstre, Salop [in the Marches of Wales], confirmed [2 May 

1513] 5 H. VIII., 1513, by [Thomas] Wriothesley (and Machado) [and 

John Yong, Norroy] [2 G. 4, fo. 105", 106, Her. Coll.] ; allowed at Visit. 

of Suff. [1612, C. 15, Her. Coll.] ; attested in 1623. Her. and Geneal., i.. 

125. 
Saltbrs' Company, .... 1530 .... Hawley's seal, then Carlisle Herald ; probably 

by Beuolte. Her. and Geneal., i., 122. [Thomas Benolte was Clarenceux 

from 1516 to 1534]. 
Saltonstall, Richard, of London, .... 1588, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 115 ; 

Add. MS. 4966, fo. 95" ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 77" bis. 
Sames, John, of Wickham (of Langford in Essex [Harl. MS. 1359], fo. 99), of 

Wickhara Bishop in Essex, 4 July 1593, 35 Q. Eliz., quarterly, by 

Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 99, 112 ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 146, fo. 473; 

Add. MS. 4966, fo. 20", 93" ; Stowe MS. 670, fo. 8 bis.;. Harl. MS. 5887, 

fo. 29". 



222 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

Sampson crest .... Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 93'^ ; Stowe MS. 

692, fo. 88, as Norton Sampson. 
Samson, Lady Annys, wife to Sir .John Bowier, maior of London, 24 June 1545, by 

? Hawley. Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 200. 
Sampson, Katharine, wife of Sir John Greshain, maior, 25 Oct. 1556, by Hawley, 

Clar. Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 208^ 
Samuel, George (or Samwell), s. of William, s. of William, of Doncaster, Yorks, 

arms confirmed and crest granted 20 July 1603, by Segar. Add. MSS. 

12,225, fo. 99b, and 14,295, fo. 117 ; Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 37^ and 6140, 

fo. 27, 78 ; Guii. 197. 
Samuell, William, of Northampton, .... quarterly, by Cooke. Add. MS. 4966, 

fo. 53 : Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 88'\ 
Sancroft, William, D.D., preb. of Durham and Dean of York, and to his brother 

„ Thomas, 1663, by W. Dugdale, Norr. (Her. Coll.) 

Sancta Cillia, Anthony de, . . . .grant ? (? 45 Q. Eliz.), by William Dethick, 

Gart. Stowe MS. 67C, fo. 140'' ; Q's Coll. 0.vf. MS. 36, fo. 102, copy of 

grant. 
Sandbache, Francis, or Sunbishe, of Kent, crest 20 May 1579, by Sir G. Dethick, 

Gart. Stowe MS. 676, fo. 51 ; Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 90 ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 

37, fo. 68, copy of grant (MS. 145, fo. 48) ; Misc. Gen. et Her., 2nd S., 

vol. ii., p. 1 ; Grants'L, 180 ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 29. 
Sandell, of London, confirmed .... 155- to 156-. (Harvey's Grants), Add. MS. 

16,940, fo. 22. 
Sanders, Collingwood, of Caldwall, co. Derby, from Surrey, by R. St. George, Norr. 

Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 9. See Saunders. 
„ Helen, d. of John Sanders and wife of Sir James Altham, Baron of the 

Exchequer Oct. 1610, by Camden. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 21"^, and 

6095, fo. 14. (She WHS wife fii>t to Jnhn Hyde, citizen and merchant.) 
Saundeeson, Henry, .... quarterly .... by W. Detliiuk, Gart. The crest is Sir 

Christoplier Hcydon's of Norfolk, but only that hee hath made the eare 

black, which is not a sufficient difference. Entered by R. Brooke, York 

Her. Harl. MS. 1453, fo. .33*. 
Sanderson, Henry, of Brancepeth, co. Durham, .... by Segar and Sir Rich. 

St. George. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 100. 
„ John, and his brother Thomas, D.D. (rector of All Hallows, London, 1603), 

1 March 1603-4, by Camden. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 21, and 6095, fo. ll^ 
Saundekson, William, a fishmonger of London, quarterly of 4 and crest .... 1594, 

by W. Dethick, Gart., who to warrant the same hath forged a pedigree of 

18 descents, wherein he hath committed the most apparent errors that ever 

were comitted by an[y] whatsoever. A crest for one that had conquered 

the whole woild. Entered by R. Brooke, York Her. Harl. MS. 1453, 

fo. 34 ; Gnil. 401. 
Sandwai.l, Jeffrey, of Minster, Isle of Thanet, 10 May 1631, by R. St. George, 

Clar. Harl. MS. 1432, fo. 328 ; Jasper in Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 24. 
Santon, Thomas, of Santon, co. Line, set out but with one coate by William 

Dakins, a forged arms and ped. Add. MS. 17,506, fo. 28; Le Neve's 

Church Notes "^Linc. [Her. Coll. ?]. 
Sapcots, John, of Tharfield, Herts, grant 20 Nov., 3 and 4 Philip and Mary, 1556, 

by Harvey. Copv of grant in Harl. MS. 1116, fo. 51 and 57 ; Add. MS. 

16,940, fo. 13, of Tharfield. 
Sare (Adie, of Norton), of Kent, Counsellor-at-Law of the Inner Temple, patent 

7 Feb. 1612-13, by Camden. (Drury in margin.) (1611 in Burke.) 

Harl. MSS. 6095, fo. 32, and 1422, fo. 39" ; Guil. 229. 
Saunders, Collingwood, of Little Ireton, Derby, and Chariewood, Surrey, 1615, by 

R. St. George, Norr. : Sa., on a chev. erm. betw. three bulls' heads cabossed 

arg. a rose gu. ; crest, a demi-bull erased gu., on his shoulder a rose ar., 

maned of the last. Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 9. 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 223 

Saunders, Edward, Lord Chief Baron, 17 June 15G2. (Harvey's (Jrants), Add. 

MS. 1G,940, fo. 40" ; Bannermaii MS., No. 9, fo. 514. 
„ Robert, of London, out of Herts, Lieut.-Col. of a regt. of foot under Fairfax, 

grant 4 July 1G4S, by Bysshe. Stowe MS. G77,'fo. :i8 ; Harl. MS. G«32, 

fo. 413. 
„ Sir Thomas, of Charlewood, Surrey, 1 March l.'iol-^, by T. Hawley, 

Clar. Add. MSS. 1G,940, fo. 20,5, and 7098, fo. 7."i ; ihul. MS. Hir., 

fo. GG''. 
Savaoe, Sir John, coat and crest .... Barker's Grants, Hurl MS. 584G, fo. 97" ; 

Stowe MS. G9-2, fo. 80". 
„ (John) of Clifton .... Margaret, dau. and heir of Sir Thomas Daniers of 

Bradley in Appleton, commonly called Daniel, mar. to hor 2nd husband, 

John iSavage of Clifton, by whom she had a son John, to whom she granted 

the liberty of using her arras, temp. 3 flen. V., 1415-lG. Guil. Introd., 

p. 8 ; Hist. Soc. of Lane, and Chesh., xx.xi., 8. 
„ Walter, of Clanfield, Oxon., IC July 1574. Arg., on a fesse sa. bctw. three 

pheons sa. as many roses or. Berry's Appendix. 
Saverey ats Cherouriee de Normandie. See Stowe MS. 697, fo. 111*. 
Savoye, Les Arraes de L'hospitall de. Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 584 G, fo. 95 ; 

Stowe MS. 692, fo. 85". See Rich. Sutton. 
Saxton, Christopher, of Dunningley, Yorks, exemplified 1 Jnlv 1579, by Flower. 

MS. Ashm. 834, i., fo. 22", copy of grant, Bodleian Lib."; " for his services 

to Geography " in Guil. 352. 
Sawyer, Edmond, of Kettering, Northants, 8 May 1G04, by Camden. Harl. .MSS. 

1115, fo. 8, 2275, fo. 90, and 5839, fo. 2. 
„ Anne, wife of Sir Edmund, and dau. of Sir William Whitmore of London, 

confirmation of arms impaling Whitmore, Houghton, an escocheon of 

pretence, 9 April 1627, by Segar and J. Philipot. Add. MS. 12,225, 

fo. 100. iS".?* Whitmore. 
Saye and Sele, James Fines, Lord, 1 Nov., 27 H. VL, 1448, dignity of Lord Say 

conceded by John, Lord of Clinton, together with the arms, by Charter. 

Harl. MS. 1178, fo. 29. 
Sayer, Robert, 1615, see Syer. 

„ John, H.M.'s Master Cooke, augmentation 13 Nov. IGGl, by Sir E. Walker, 

Gart. Hail. MS. G179, fo. 59" ; Her. Coll., fo. 42. 
SCACHT, Baldwin, Captain, of the town of Marguizevo in Boulogne, etc., arras as 

put up after his death in All Saints' Church, London, attested by the 

Herald painter. Coat only confirmed 15 April 1592, by W. Dethick, Gart. 

Stowe MS. 676, fo. 84" ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 36, fo. G, copy of confirmation 

in Latin. 
SCAMBLER, ..... of Hickling, Norfolk, .... 1591. Arg., a body heart gu., a chief 

sa. 1 Crest, a garb or, enriched in a ducal coronet gu. [out of a ducal 

coronet gu. a garb or] ; 2, a garb or, banded gii. Berry. 
„ Edmond, Bp. of Peterborough, 3 Sept. 1559, 1 Q. Eliz., by Sir G. Dethick. 

Harl. MSS. 1441, fo. 63", and 5847, fo. 5 ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 5 ; 

(3 Dec. 1560) Grants L, 63. 
„ Edmond, D.D., Bp. of Norwich, arms confirmed and crest given 20 Dec. 

1585, 28 Q. Eliz., by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 15", 112"; Add. MS. 

14,295, fo. 6". 
ScARBURGH, Henry, John and Edmund, sons of Henry, of North Walshain, gent., 

coat confirmed and crest granted 10 Sept. 1614, by Segar. Add. MS. 

12,225, fo. 100" ; Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 15 ; Guil. 306 ; Grants L, 371. 
Scarlett, . . . ., crest, Feb. 1611-12, by Caraden : arms, chequy or and gu., a lion 

per fess erm. and erminois, a canton az. Harl. MSS. 6095, fo. 17", and 

1085, fo. 10 and 10". 
ScATTERGOOD, John, of Ellastou, co. Staff., attorney-at-law, 3 June 1662, by 

W. Dugdale, Norr. Harl. MS. 1105, fo. GO, and Her. Coll. 



224 GRANTEES OP ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

ScAWEN, Robert, of Jleleneck in Cornwall, 1601, assigned colours to seal, by 

W. Camden. Harl. MS. 1079, fo. l&b*'. 
ScHOOLEY, Richard, of Cadwell, Bedf., confirmed 6 June 1582, by Flower. MS. 

Ashm. 834, fo. 54'^ copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Gull. 365. 
ScoBELL, John, of Devon, testified 11 June 1G29, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, 

fo. 101, of Plymouth : Grants II., G83. 
ScoFELD, Cuthbert, of Scufeld, co. Lane, etc. (s. of John), confirmed 6 March 

1582-3, by Flower. MS. Ashm. 834, fo. 40 ; Guil. 151. 
Sc6i-6w, Owen (also Kox or Cox), of Gottenburg, Sweden, 8 March 16C(i, by K. of 

Sweden. Le Neve MS. 472. 
ScoRY, John, of Risbury, co. Hereford, .... 1588, by Cooke : quarterly [1 and 4, 

Or, on a saltire Sable five cinquefoils of the field ; 2, Argent, a 

chevron between three billets Gules ; 3, Or, on a chief Azure two 

mullets of six points Or. Crest, out of a ducal coronet a demi-eagle 

displayed, all Or]. Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. US**, and 1422, fo. 120; 

called Sylvester Skory in Stowe MS. 670, fo. 28'' ; Add. MS. 4966, 

fo. 61^ 
Scott, Cuthbert, Bishop of Chester, arms 15 Sept. 1556, by Hawley? Add. MS. 

16,940, fo. 208". 
„ .... Lincoln's Inn, London (and Longhurst, Kent, in Berry), .... 1590, by 

R. Cooke, Clar. : arg., a cross crosslet fitchee sa. ; crest, an eagle preying 

on a bittern ppr. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 44. 
„ Thomas, Great Barr, co. Staff., 9 Dec. 1663, by W. Dui^dale, Norr. Her. 

Coll. 
SCOTTON (ScoTTOw), Richard, Alderra. of Norwich, July 1647, by Bysshe, Gart. 

Add. MS. 26,758, fo. 16 ; Scoct in Stowe MS. 677, fo. 35; Scottow in Harl. 

MS. 6179, fo. 62. 
ScowLES, Jasper, of Charlton, par. of Wanting, Berks, grant 10 July 1613, by 

Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 100" ; Guil. 247 ; Harl. MSS. 5887, fo. 112, 

and 6140, fo. 65". 
ScRASS, Tupin, of Blechington, Sussex, s. and h. of Richard, s. of Edward, s. of 

Richard, s. and h. of Richard, of Hangleton, Sussex, and stiled " valettus 

ad corona domini Regis Edwardi 4''," and sealed with a dolphin. Arms 

confirmed and crest granted 14 Aug. 1614, 14 Jac, by Segar. Add. MS. 

12,225, fo. 101 ; Harl. MS. 1507, fo. Ill, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. ; Q's 

Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 141, copy of grant (MS. 146, fo. 138) ; Her. and 

Geneal., i., 83 ; Sussex Arch. Coll., viii., 7 ; Guil. 247 ; Giants I., 281 ; 

Scrase Family, by M. A. Lower, p. 7. 
Scriveners' Company, of London, .... grant of supporters, crest and 

motto 11 Nov. 1634, by Sir R. St. George, Clar. Harl. MS. 1470, 

fo. 265. 
SCROOPE, Annabella (nat. dau. of Emanuel, Earl of Sunderland), wife of John 

Grubham Howe of Larnjar, Notts, precedence 1 .June 1663 ; exemplification 

24 June 1664, by W. Dugdale, Norr. Grants III., 1». 
„ Elizabeth (nat. dau. of Emanuel, Earl of Sunderland), 1st wife of Thomas, 

Earl Rivers, precedence to, ? after death, 1 June 1663 ; exemplified to her 

issue 24 June 1664, by Walker or Bysshe. Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 178 ; 

Grants III., 1 and 119. Arms and supprs. 9 Nov. 1680, by [Dugdale] 

Gart. and [St. George] Clar. See Rivers. 
„ Mary (nat. dau. of Emanuel, Earl of Sunderland), wife 1st of Henry 

Carey, and 2nd of Charles, Marquis of Winchester (? precedence after 

death 1 June 1603), exemplified to issue 24 June 1664, by Walker or 

Bysshe. Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 178 ; Grants III., 119, and 1. 
ScuTT, William, of Micklefield, Suff., 20 May 1664, by Sir E. Bysshe, Clar. Harl. 

MS. 1105, fo. 39" ; Bysshe's Grants, 31. 
Seabrok, .... (mar. a dau. of Sheldrake), confirmed April 1633, by Sir R. St. 

George, Clar. Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 68. 



GBAXTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTTTRT. 225 

Seale, Robert, Clerk of the Cheque of Her Majesty's Guard, ? coat and crest 
ffrauted 9 July In9!), by Camden. Stowe MSS. (;7G, to. 114, and 706, 
ifo. 20"'; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 30, Co. 49, copy of Rrant ; (called Thos. or 
Tiobert in Harl. MS. (;09o, fo. 24'' ; called Tho.s. Seal in Morgan's Sphere, 
ii., 112 ; called Robert Thomas [Seal, Clerk of the chequer] in Guillim, 
p. 19;5) ; Harl. JFS. (1140, fo. 75 ; Le Neve's MS. 42G. 

Seaman-, Aldred, of Milverton, Somerset, 4 May I()70, ?by Sir E. Bysshe, Clar. 
Harl. JIS. 1105, fo. 42 ; Crisp's Fraj,Mncnta C.eneal., iii., 77. 

Skakell, Anthony (written over John), of Thanks, Cornwall, gent., and heir of 
that family, viz., s. of Wyuiond, s. of John, s. of Richard, gent., living 
temp. E. IV. at Thanks ; IC June 1(;02, by Camden. Cott. MS. Faust., 
E. I, fo. 52, 50, as John ; Guil. 234 as Scarell (erroneous). 

Sebo\e, Richard, of Sutton, co. Heref., gent., granted 5 June, 2 and 3 Phil, and 
Mary, 1555-0, by Sir G. Dethick, Gart. Q's Coll. 0.\f. MS. 39, fo. 70, copy 
of grant ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. (57 ; Grants I., 186. 

Sebright, 'William, town clerke of the city of London, 1 April 1580, by Cooke ; 
confirmed 1590, by W. Dethick. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 122. 

Sedexove, Richard, .... Hen. VII Add. JfS. 26,702, fo. iO"". 

Seckford or Sackeoki), Thomas, of Sickford Hall, SulT., crest confirmed 1559. 
(Harvey's Grants), Add. MS. l(;,940, fo. 42'' ; Sir John Seckford, quarterly, 
Hail. MS. .-,s,S7, to. 14 ; Sa<klbrd in Harl. MS. 1116, fo. GO. 

Seddex, Thomas, of London, -^eiir., crest 4 Aug. 1590, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, 
fo. 122"; Stowe MS. (177, fo. 29 ; Guil. 137. 

See, Robert, of Undredown, par. of Heron (? Heme), Kent, coat and crest (12 Dec. 
1536 in Lansd. MS. 260, fo. 234). Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, 
fo. 9K ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 86" ; Misc. Gen. efc Her., N. S., iii., 298 ; 
Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 6. 

Segar, . . . ., of Wrotham, Kent : az., a cross moline, arg., a chief or, by Segar. 
Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 101" ; Harl. MSS. 5887, fo. 107^ and 6140, fo. 81. 
„ Robert, of the Isle of Sheppey, Kent, cent., crest 10 June (or Jan.), 8 Eliz., 
1568 sic (? 1566), by Gilb. Dethick, Gart. Q's Coll. O.xf. MSS. 38, fo. 82, 
copy of grant, and 39, fo. 126 ; Harl. MS. 1507, fo. 453, Brit. Mue., copy 
of grant ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 2, and Guil. 104 ; Grants I., 133 ; Le Neve's 
MS. 453. 
„ Sir William, Garter, 1612 : Az., a cross moline or, ? argt. Crest, on a ducal 
coronet or two snakes vert, entwined round a sceptre of the first, betw. two 
wings, the dexter or, the sinister arg. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 154" ; Berry ; 
Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 43", trick and motto, Arte et Ingenio. 

Selby, William, of Essex, s. of Sir John, now of Braexston, Northumberland, .... 
by Ro. Cooke, Clar. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 38. 

SELLECK.'jolin, D.D., Archdeacon pf Bath, imployed by the Bishops into Africa to 
redeem the caotives at Algiers, Tunis and Tripoly ; 20 Feb. 1662-3, by Sir 
E. Walker, Gart. Her. Coll., fo. 49. 

SEI.LECKE, William, of Plainesfeld, par. of Overstone, Somerset, s. of William, of 
the same, 23 Dec. 1653, bv Sir E. Bysshe. Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 14, copy 
of grant ; called SuUock of Carasfield in Add. MS. 31,896, fo. 88". 

Selwyne, Thomas, of Freston or Friston, Sussex, 1 June 1611, by Camden. Harl. 
MSS. 1422, fo. 35", and 6095, fo. 15 ; Guil. 289 ; Harl. MS. 1562, 
fo. 85. 

Senkes, Elizabeth, dau. of William, nx. Sir Richard Ricke of Brendishe, Essex, 
by Barker, Gart. Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 87. 

Septuans, Christopher, ats Harfleete, of Moland in Ashe-next-Saudwicii, Kent, 
esq., patent 26 July 1574, 16 Q. Eliz., quarterly of 7, quarterly of 8, by 
Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 87, and 1422, fo. 119". See Chequer and 
Harfleete. Add. MS. 4966, fo. 67''. 

Serjeant, Thomas, late of Cotes on the side of Trent in co. Staff., who married 
Agnes, dau. of James Coleire of Darleston, ?aid co. ; 13 Feb. 1639-40, 



226 GRANTEES OP ARMS TO THE END OP THE XVII. CENTURY. 

certified unto his grandchildren, by W. Segar or W. Le Neve, Clar. Add. 

MS. 12,225, fo. 101'' ; Grants II., fo. 602, Her. Coll. ; Guil. 240. 
Serle, Henry, Elseworth, cu. Cambr., 1 May 1544, 36 H. VIII., by T. Hawley, 

Clar. Add. MSS. 16,940, fo. 200^ and 7098, fo. 76" (fo. 30). 
Sessions or Sechion, William, of Milton, Oxon., gent., by Segar. Add. MS. 

12,225, fo. 102. 
Sewbll, Robert, of London, gent., of the Privy Chamber Extraordinary, C June 

1667, by Sir E. Walker, Gart. Her. Coll., fo. 63. 
Seywell, Robert, woollen draper at St. Paul's Churchyard and merchant taylur of 

London, by Sir E. Walker, Gart. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 152". 
Shadavell, Thomas, of Lyuedowne, co. Staff., coat 2 June irj;;7. liarker's Grants, 

Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 99"; 1537 in Add. MS. 11, --".i:,. \\,. 77 ; Harl. MS. 

1115, fo. 3 ; Vis. Ei)o« and AVales, iii., 106 ; Harl. MS. I(i6i), fo. 1". 
Shakerly, Sir Peter, of Holme, Cheshire, crest .... 1610, by R. St. George. 

Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 124, and 1441, fo. 153 ; 1610 in Berry. 
Shakespeare, John, of Stratford-upou-Avon, co. Warwick, gent, (who mar. (Mary) 

daughter and heir of Robert Arden of Williugcot, co. Warwick), whose 

parents and late grandfather's antecessors for his faithful and valiant 

service was advanced and rewarded with lands and revenues given him by 

the most prudent prince Hy. VII. of famous memoiy, etc. ; arms and crest 

granted 20 Oct. 1596, by W. Dethick, Gart. Q's dll. Oxf. MS. 36, fo. 54, 

copy of grant ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 45 ; Stowe MS. 676, fo. 116'' ; Misc. 

Gen. et Her., 2nd S., i., p. 109 ; Her, and Geneal., i., p. 510 ; Guil. 335 ; 

referred to in MS. Ashm. 846, fo. 50, 50". 

„ William Harl. MS. 6140. fo. 47. 

Shalcross, Humfrey, of London (High Sheriff, Herts, 1654), 12 May 1621, by 

Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 102 ; Stowe MS. 697, fo. 116. 
Shanke, Thomas, of Rowlsby, Norfolk, gent., 15 Aug. 1562, by Sir G. Dethick, 

Gart. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 80, and Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 31". 

Shapleigh, Robert, of Devon, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 102". 

Sharp, John, D.D., Dean of Canterbury,] 16 May 1691, by T. St. George, Gart. 

after Archbp. of York, } and Clar. Stowe MS. 714, fo. 70; 

„ Joshua, his brother, J Grants IV., 79 ; Harl. MS. 1085, 

fo. 56. 
Sharpey, Robert [or Sharpleigh], of Sharpey, Kent, esq., Sept. 1595, by Lee. 

Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 62 : Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 18 ; Harl. MS. 1359, 

fo. 16" ; Stowe MS. 670, fo. 59. See the next grant. 
Sharpleigh, Robert, Knt., receiver-general of H.M.'s rents and revenues within the 

counties of Kent, Sussex and Surrey, 1595, by Lee. Stowe MS. 706, 

fo. 10" ; Hai-1. MSS. 1069, fo. 22, and 6140, fo. 71. 
Sharrock, Robert, of co. Hereford, confirmed 1544, 36 H. VIII., by Barker. 

Stowe MSS. 706, fo. 82, and 703, fo. 82. 
Shaw, Edward, of city of London, a proctor of the Arches Court of Canterbury, 

21 June 1698, by T. St. George, Gart. and Clar. Add. MS. 14,831, fo. 100; 

Grants IV., fo. 265. 
„ James, of St. Saviour's, Southwark, Surrey, and for want of his issue to 

Joseph Williams of the same place, 28 Jan. 1668-9, by Sir E. Bysshe, Clar. 

Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 40 ; Bysshe's Grants, 33. 
Shawe, John, Clarke of the Chanaber of London, .... 1586, by Cooke. Harl. 

MSS. 1359, fo. 89, and 1422, fo. 51"; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 34 ; called 

William in Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 84. 
Shaw, Mary, d. of George, of Bristowe, gent., wife of Thomas Frear, Doctor of 

phissick, confirmed 12 Feb. 1602-3, by Camden. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, 

fo. 116, copy of grant ; Harl. MSS. 6095, fo. 19, and 1395, fo. 26". 
Sheldon, Daniel (and other issue of Raphe, elder bro. of the Archbp.), of Ham 

Court, Surrey, nephew of Gilbert, Archbp. of Canterbury, confirmed 26 Dec. 

1681, by Sir W. Dngdale, Gart., and H. St. George, Clar. Misc. Gen. et 



GilA-NTEES OP ARMS TO THE END OP THE XVII. CENTURY. 227 

Her., N. S., i., 871 ; Grants III., 145-7-1) ; Gnil. 207, with honourable 

augmentation. See arms of his wife Judith, born Rose, widow of Diggs. 
Sheldon, Gilbert, S.T.D., out of Derbyshire (Bp. of London), All Souls', O.xf., 

4 Sept. ICGO, by Walker. Add. MSS. 14,293, fo. 91, and 14,294, to. 27 ; 

Karl. MS. 1172, fo. 71 ; Misc. Gen. et. Her., 2nd S., vol. v., pi. 8. 
„ Samuel, of Upton-on-Severn, grant .... Berry. 
,, AYilliam, of Arden, co. Warwick, confirmed 8 Feb., 14 Ed. IV., 1474-5, by 

William Hawkeslow, Clar. Guil. 75 ; Grants II., 541. 
Shelleto, Francis, of Houghton, Yorks, etc., crest 24 Jan. 1602-3, by W. Dethick, 

Gart. Surtees Soc., XLI., xlv ; see also Harl. MS. 1105, ib. l"". 

„ George, of Heth, Yorks, by Sir W. Segar, Gart. Harl. MS. 1105, fo. l^ 

Shelton, Theophilus, of Wakefield, YoVks, Farley, co. Staff., and Mansfield, co. Notts, 

11 Sept. 1690 Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 178 ; Grants IV., 65 ; Harl. MS. 

1172, fo. 53", by Gart. and Norr. 
Sheppard, . . . ., of Loudon, .... by R. St. George, Clar. Harl. MS. 6140, 

fo. 23". 
Sheapard, Alexander, of Buckingham, Doctor, patent 23 Feb. 1615, by Camden. 

Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 40, and 6095, fo. 33 ; called Allen Sheapard by 

Guil. 342. 
Sheppard, Robert, of Pesemarsh, Sussex, grant 2 Sept. 1570, by Cooke. Her. and 

Geneal., i., 82. 
Shephard, Robert, of Peasmarsh, Sussex, esq., s. of Richard, gent., confirmed 

7 May 1574, sic, 17 Q. Eliz., by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1507, fo. 62", 1422, 

fo. 91", and 1359, fo. 106" ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 92, copy of grant ; 

Add. MS. 4966, fo. 85. 
Sheppard, Robert, of Kirby Bedon, Norfolk, patent .... 1598, by Camden. Harl. 

MS. 6095, fo. 24" ; Guil. 342. 
Sheriffe, Laurence, of Rugby, co. Warw., gent., ratified, confirmed, assigned and 

granted 1 Q. Eliz., 1559, by Hervey. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 41 ; Add. MS. 

16,940, fo. 68. 
Sherington (W.), of Gray's Inn, London, whose father died in the Charterhouse 

and was buried in S. Dennis, Fanchurch St. ; with his armes and crest, 

1583, by Cooke. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 34 ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 98 ; 

Guil. 67 ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 36 ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 3". 
Sherland, Thomas, of Winston, Suff., 1592, by Ro. Cooke, Clar. Stowe MS. 

670, fo. 49". 
„ . . . ., of DevoQsh., .... I(i6s, by . . . ., arg., a fcsse wavy betw. three lions 

ramp, az., a canton gu. charged with a naval coronet or. Crest, a sea-horse 

arg. charged with an anchor sn. Berry. 
Sherman, John, of Wacktou, Norfolk, gent., 16 Oct. 1576, by Robert Cooke. 

Grants II., 527 ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 43. 
Sherwin, John, of the City of Chichester, Sussex, gent., crest 27 Oct. 1571, by 

Cooke. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 84". 
Sherwood, Sir Rowland, set out by W'" I)akiu.«, a forger of arms and pedigrees. 

R. Lee's Visit. Notes, 1592 ; Add. MS. 17,506," fo. 28. 
Shetuer or Schether, Elizabeth, dau. of Robert, of London, wife of Robert Forth 

of London, see Forth. Grant, coat only .... by Barker. Harl. MS. 

5846, fo. 36" ; Stowe MSS. 692, fo. 42, 83, and 702, fo. 115. 
Shixkell, Bartholomew, and "I brothers, from Germany, crest granted 10 Nov. 
„ Comodo, / 1566, by Sir G. Dethick, Gart. Stowe MS. 

676, fo. 30"; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 37, fo. 45, 

copy of grant ; Grants I., 156. 
Shipham, Thomas, of Weobley, co. Hereford, s. of William, s. of Thomas ; crest 

granted 20 Oct. 1581, to posterity of father William, by Cooke. HarL 

MS. 1359, fo. 20 ; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 16" ; Misc. Gen. et Her., N. S., 

iv., 367. 
Shipmax, Thomas, of Scarington, Notts, capt. of a foot Company in the trayned 



228 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

bands in the County, and to William and Gervase, his brothers, 12 May 

1663, by W. Dugdale, Norr. : gu., on a bend arg., betw. six estoiles or, 

three pellets. Crest, a leopard sejant arg., spotted sa., reposing his dexter 

paw on a ship's rudder az. Dugdale's Grants, fo. 2 ; Visit. Nottinghamsh. 

[1662], C. 34, fo. 30; Berry. 
Shippingdale, John, of Humberston, co. Leic, D.C.L., one of the Masters of the 

High Court of Chancery, s. of George, " out of Craven, co. Line," granted 

16 May 1594, by W. Dethick, Gart. Stowe MS. 676, fo. 91, 106"; Q's 

Coll. Oxf. MS. 36, fo. 34. 
Shipwrioht'.s Co., of London, 9 Jan. 1605, by Camden. Cott. MS. Faust., 

E. 1, fo. 2". 
Shirbrook, Michael, of Morton or Norton, .... by Cooke, Clar. Stowe MS. 670, 

fo. 42". 
Shirecliff, Nicholas, of Ecclesfield Hall, Yorks, s. of Nicholas, s. of Alexander, 

confirmed 1614, by R. St. George, Norr. Stowe MS. 706, fo. 16". 

Shirley, . . . ., co. Essex, .... by Cooke, Clar. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 19". 

„ Eobert, of London, arms confirmed and crest granted 10 Sept. 1609, by 

Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 102" ; goldsmith in Harl. MS. 1442, fo. 14" ; 

Guil. 413 ; Harl. MSS. 5887, fo. 112, and 6140, fo. 77 ; Grants IL, 479, 

532 ; Le Neve's MS. 4G5. 
Shish, John and Thos., Master Shipwrights of H.M. Dockyards at Deptford and 

Woolwich, Kent, s. of John, late Master of Deptford Yard, 10 June 1682, 

by Sir W. Dugdale, Gart. and Clar. Harl MS. 6834, fo. 178 ; Grants IIL, 

151 ; Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 71". 
Shoobridge, Robert, of TJckfield, Sussex, gent., grant 16 April 1662, by Sir E. 

Bysshe, Clar. Harl. MS. 1470, fo. 126. copy of grant, Brit. Mus. ; Harl. 

MSS. 1105, fo. 20, and 1172, fo. 53 ; Bysshe's Grants, fo. 17, Her. Coll. ; 

Guil. 260. 
Short, . . . ., of Tenterden in Kent, patent .... Nov. 1614, by Camden, Clar. : 

az., a griffin passant or betw. three estoiles arg. Crest, a griffin's head or 

betw. two wings e.xpanded azure, semee of estoiles argent. Harl. MS. 1422, 

fo. 39 ; of Kent in Harl. MS. 6095, fo. 31. 
„ John,of London, merchant taylor, and") 3 June 1663. Bysshe's Grants, fo. 18, 
„ Peter, 1 , ■ u u > Her. Coll.; Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 20; 

," Thomas, /^''^^'°'''''''' J Add. MS. 14,293, fo. 7" ; Guil. 

265 ; Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 52". 
Shorter, Sir John, Knt., liord Mayor of London, 14 Oct. 1687, by Sir T. 

St. George, Gart. and Clar. Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 178 ; Grants III., 329 ; 

Lansd. MS. 867, fo. 52 ; Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 64" Im. 
Shortridge, Richaid, of Shortridge, Devoti, probably after the Visit, in 1620, by 

R. St. George, Clar. Add. 'MS. 14,295, fo. 102". 
Shoveij., Sir Cloudesley, Knt., Rear Admiral of the Blue Squadron, 6 Jan. 1691-2, 

bv T. St. George, Gart. and Clar. Add. MS. 14,830, fo. 187 ; Grants IV., 

103 ; Stowe MS. 712, fo. 1", 2 ; Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 88". 
Shrawlev, Kenelm, of London, .... 1588, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 113, 

aud 1422, fo. 95 : sa., a lion passant gnardant betw. three mullets arg. ; 

Crest, a hind's head [conpcd] ni-g., holding [pierced through with] an 

arrow [bendways] headcil and fiailii rtil arg. [or]. Called Crawley in 

Stowe MS. 670, fo. 23 : Add, .Ms. mcc. In. 01. 
Shrubsole, Richard, "sonn & huire of Uulieii Shrabsole of Graveny iu the countie 

of Kent, and his brother in [blank}, the 10'" of October, in the lO" yeare 

of King James," 1612, by Camden, Clar. : "argent, three cherrey trees 

with fruit on them pp." Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 25". 
Shuoer, William, utter barrister-at-law, s. of John, of Tilney in Marshland, co. 

Line, s. of Thomas, s. of John, alias llungerford, s. of William Hungerford, 

etc., grant 12 May 1591, by W. Dethick, Gart. Stowe MS. 676, fo. 86", 

97" ; Q's Cull. Oxf. ;\IS. .36, fo. 12, copy of grant. 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE ENb OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 22D 

Shutk, Christopher, of Gigglcswick in Craven, Yorks, confirmed .... April 1616, 
by Camden. Had. MSS. 1422, fo. 40", and 6095, fo. SS". 
„ (Robert), of Okington, eo. Cauib., Baron of the Exchequer, s. of Christoplier, 
of Kent, confirmaliou of arms .... 1579, by Sir G. Dethick, Gart. Q's 
Coll. O.xf. MS. 87, fo. 71, copy of confirmation in Latin, llarl. MS. 6140, 
fo. 42, gives a trick of the arms. — " Shiitt, one of the Judges," quarterly : 
1 and 4, per chevron sable and or, in chief two eaglets displayed or; 
2, Arg., on a bend cotticed sable three martlets arg. ? 3, per fesse or and 
az., three crescents, two and one, counterchanged. Crest : described in 
Add. MS. 26,753, fo. 124, "and to his crust on a torce or [and] sa., 
A Gryflfyne sedant ar., the winges volant [endorsed] or, beked and leged 
or, thrust thorowe the brist w' a broken spere, the stafe sa., the hed ar., 
wonde gules, drope." Add. MS. 26,753, describes the arms : "or., on a fece 
p chevern sa. two eglytes displayed or." Add. MS. 26,753, fo. 124 ; Harl. 
MS. 6140, fo. 42. 

Shuter, Thomas, of Winterbourne Cherburgh, Wilts, a patent July 1614, by 
Camden. Harl. MS. 6095, fo. 30 ; called John in Guil. 78, and io 
Morgan's Sphere ; William in Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 39 ; Quarterly in Harl. 
MS. 6140, fo. 27". 

Sydley, Sir William, of Southfleet, Kent, .... Jan. 1606, by Camden ; exemplified 
and confirmed. Morgan's Sphere, 108 ; Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 20, and 
6095, fo. 8. 

Sidney, Visct. Henry, supporters (crest 9 April 1689) 5 March 1691-2, by 
T. St. George, Gart. Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 178 ; Grants IV., 106. 

Sidney and Sussex College, Cambridge, arms of, founded by Frances, dau. of 
Sir William Sidney, Kt., and widow of Thos. Radclitf, Earl of Sussex, in 
1595 ; grant 1675, by Walker. [Arg., a bend engrailed Sable, Radcliff, 
impaling or, a pheon Azure for Sidney.] Berry's Armory and Burke. 

Silk Throwers' Co., of London, arms, crest, supporters and seal .... July 1629, 
by Sir R. St. George (incorporated by R. letters patent 23 April, 5) 
[6 Chas. L, 1630]. \\dd. MS. 14,295, fo. 68. 

SiLLiSDEN, Thomas, of Finchley, Essex, by Wriothesley, Gart. Harl. MS. Mil, 
fo. 59 ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 45". 

Silver, John, of Norwich, citizen, born at Whitehurst, Hants, s. of Joiin, of 
Wareford in the said co., grant 28 July 1589, by \V. Dethick, Gart. Stowe 
MS. 676, fo. 77" ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 37, fo. 113, copy of grant. 

Sympson, .... per bend nebiilie sa. and or, a liou ramp, counterchanged, by Segar 
aud R. St. George. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 108". 

Sing [siV, ? Singe, no references given]. 

Singleton, Edward, s. of Thomas, of Broughton Tower, eo. l^ane., gent., a ])atcnt 
of crest 20 May 15G0 (2 Q. Eliz.), by Dalton. Harl. MSS. 1351), fo. 46, and 
5887, fo. 3". 
„ Nicholas, see Thomas Bande. 

SiTSiLT, John, and Sir William Feckenham, controversy as to arms decided by 
Edward de Beaulile and John de Jloubray, 4 June 1332, in favour of 
Sitsilt of Duncombe, co. Hereford, descended from Sitsilt of Beaufort (now 
Beaupre), co. (Jlam., arm. John Bossewell's Works of Armourie, 1572, 
p. 81 and 105, had seen the orig. writings, and Collins' Peerage, ii., 584-5 ; 
Harl. MS. 980, fo. 51. 

SiTWELL, George, of Renishaw, co. Derby, grant 1 March, 13 Chas. IL, 1660-61, 
by Sir Ed. Walker, Gart. MS. Ashm. 858, fo. 153-4, copy of grant, 
Bodleian Lib., grant by Bysshe 15 Feb. 1647-8 ; Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 132 ; 
Reliquary, xxii., 52. 

Skeggs, John, of St. Ives, Hunts, one of the gent, sewers and surveyors to the Q.'a 
Majesty for Hunts, aud his younger brother 
„ Edward, of Bramficld, Herts, purveyor for the mouth of her Majesty ; sons 
of Richard Skeggs of Enesbury, Hums, granted 29 Aug. 1568, by Sir 



230 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO TfiE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

G. Dethick, Kt., Gart., and Cooke and Flower. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 75 ; 
30th Aug. in Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 139, (6 Sept.) fo. 140, (29 Aug.) 
copies of grant (MS. 145, fo. 21") ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 53^ 

Skerks, . . . ., of Yorkshire, a patent .... Oct. 1612, by Camden. Harl. MSS. 
1422, fo. 37^ and r.095, fo. 24. 

Skynner, Anthony, of Kinwarton, co. Warwick, 15 May, "in the first yeare of 
Quene Mary " (1554), by T. Hawley, Clar. Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 207, and 
15 March 1553-4 in Add. MS. 7098, fo. 78" (fo. 107). 

[Add. MS. 7098, fo. 78'', calls him gen., and has : " he beareth sa., on 
a cheveron unde between 3 griffens heads erasy ar., langued gu., three 
flower de lyes az., upon iiis helme one torse ar. and sa., a serpen tes head 
coupe v', p'fled or, langued and armed gu., about his nee his tayle rolled 
the end ayeringe upwards, holding in his pawe a brance of palme iu its pp 
coUour, mantled g., doubled ar, given ut sup" 15 nSch 1 Mar." No 
trick.] 

Skinner, Anthony, one of the Six Clerks, of London, alteration, the trefoil on the 
chevron taken away, Aug. 1594, by Jjee. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 56'', and 
1069, fo. 16* : Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 25'', same coat as Anthony [above] ; 
Stowe MS. 670, fo. 57 ; Harl. MS. 6179, fo. (15) 38. 

[Harl. MS. 1069, fo. 16, has : " Skynner. These armes were before 
[Sa.] a cheveron Or, inter 3 Griffins heads erased Argent, on y"^ cheveron 
3 flower de luces Azure, but now altered thus to ... . Skynner, p. Richard 
Lee, Clar., in August 1594." The trick shows the above arms, without 
the fleurs-de-lis on the chevron, and the Crest, "a griffin's head erased 
[argent] holding in his beak a gauntlet [silver]." The colours are supplied 
from Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 561=. 

Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 25", gives the same arms, but has: " The armes 
was afore a chevron wavye or," etc. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 57, has the 
arms as before, and gives the name " Anthony Skinner of London, one of 
the six Clerks."] 
„ Edward, of Burtons, par. of Ledbury, Herts, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, 
fo. 103 ; Harl. MSS. 6140, fo. 80, and 1441, fo. 161". 

Skynner, John, of co. Line, Receiver of the Honour of Bolingbroke, s. and h. of 
Robert, of Exeter, 10 July 1557, by Hervey, Clar. Arms : erm., three 
lozenges sa., on each a fleur-de-lis or. Crest : a dragon's head erased arg., 
etc. [azure platey, on the neck two gemelles golde "]. No record in the 
Coll. of Arms [Burke]. Misc. Gen. et Her., N. S., i., 80 ; Add. MS. 16,940, 
fo. 21. 

Skinner, Thomas, of London, SheriflF 1587-88, grant 29 Sept. 1587, by W. Dethick, 
Gart. Stowe MS. 676, fo. 66" ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 37, fo. 93, copy of 
grant. 

Skinners' Co., of London, arms, crest and supporters, 5 or 8 Oct. 1550, by 
Hawley. Crest and supporters, Harl. MS. 1470, fo. 227, eoi)y of grant, 
Brit. Mus. ; Add. MSS. 16,940, fo. 204, and 26,702, fo. 75. 

Skip, John, of Ledbury, co. Hereford, Esq., 10 May 1666, by Sir E. Bysshe, Clar. 
Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 40" ; Bysshe's Grants, fo. 37. 

Skippk (Robert, of Ulsted, Norfolk, or Richard, of London), az., a lion rampt. 
betw. three trefoils slipped arg. ; grant .... by Sir G. Dethick, Gart. 
(? Alteration 24 or 29 July 1577, by Cooke, Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 15), 
1441, fo. 89, and 5847, fo. 45" ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 46" ; Harl. 
MS. 1085, fo. 50. 

Skipwitii, William, of St. Albans, Herts, Esq., arms and crest given at London 
20 May 1507, 22 H. VII, by Tho. Writhe ats Wriothesley, Gart., and 
Roger Machado ats Richraont Clar. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 17" ; Add. MSS. 
14,295, fo. 19", and 6140, fo. 71. 

Skory, see Scory. 

Skrtmshire, Thomas, of Aqualate, co. Stafl'., confirmation 13 April 1584, by 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 231 

Flower. MSS. Asliiii. 8;U, fo. 41, aiul 858, fo. liO-21, copy of grant, 
Bodleian Lib.; (iiiil. 178. 
Skryne, John, of Wark'i<;h, par. of Slrode, Som', 8 Nov. 1682, by Sir W. Dugdale, 

Gart. and Clar. Slowe MS. 677, fo. 70'^ ; Grants III., fo. 165. 
Skutte, .John, of Staunton, Somerset, coat and crest . . . ., Barker's (Jrants, Harl. 

MS. r)81G, fo. 99 ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 8G^ in a later hand (and fo. 87). 
Slaney, Stephen, Esq., Aldenn. of London, arms and crest given 1 Ang. 1595, 
37 Q. KHz., by Lee. Add. ilS. 14,295, fo. 17" ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 16" ; 
Stowe MS. (;7(». l\>. y.K 
Slannyng, Nichol.K. ,.i i;i(kl, i.Ji, Devon, coat and crest 155- or 156-. (Harvey's 
(Inuits) Add. .MS. IC.'.IH), fo. 41 ; Sianiiiiig impaling Amydas, quartering 
Mortimer and Wrothani, by Gooke, Stowe .MS. 670, fo. 6, no crest. 
Sleigh, (lervase, of Ash, Devon (s. of Hugh, of I'ilsbiiry), who married Klizabeth, 
dan. to John Gholmleigh, Esq., etc., by whom he had Samuel, of Gray's Inn, 
Gervase and Hugh. Anns confirmed 2 May 1626, by Scgar. Add. MS. 
12,225, fo. 104" ; Harl. MS. 1537, fo. 123. 
Sleigh or Sley [Edmund], Alderm.of London, as on an achievement in Uiieapside, 

1(;57, by ? Bysshe. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 150". 
Slow, Lady Elizabeth, dau. of John, of King's Norton, co. Warwick, and wife to 
Alex^ Avenon, Ld. Mayor of Loudon, grant .... 1570, 12 Q. Eliz., by Sir 
(L Dethick, Cooke and Flower. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 76 ; Q's Coll. Oxf. 
MS. 145, fo. 25". 
S.MALE, Mathew, of Paddington, Middx., s. of Nicholas, .... 1590, by Cooke, Clar. 

Bannerman's MS., No. 9, 447. 
Smallmax, see also Swalman, Thomas, of Elton, co. Ileref., 10 Oct. 1589, 
30 Eliz., by Cooke, Clar. Add. MS. 14,293, fo, 122 ; (Harl. MS. 1359, 
fo. 101") copy of grant, Brit. JNhis. 
Smalpage, Michael, ats Smalpais, of the Inner Temple, London, and of Yorkshire, 

quarterly 1585, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 99", and 1422, 

fo. 119" : Add. MS. 4966, fo. 18". 
Smallpeice, Robert, of Hockering, Norfolk, gent., confirmed 20 .Aug. 1568, 
10 Q. Eliz., by Cooke. Stowe MS. 677, fo. 20 ; 1590 in Harl. MS. 1359, 
fo. 94, copy of patent ; Grants II., 501. 
Smallwood, Matthew, D.I)., Dean of Lichfield, and to his brother 

„ James and Mathew sic, Chequy arg. and sa., on a canton of the 2'"' a sword 
bendways of the first. Berry. Augmentation 15 April 1672, by W. Dugdale, 
Norr. (Her. Coll.), and last page of MS. 
Smart, Griffith, of Galleys, 10 Dec. 1550, by ? Hawley. Add. :\IS. 16,940, 
fo. 204. 
„ Rowland, s. of Robert, both sword bearers to the City of London, lineally 
descended from Sir John Smart, sometime Garter K. of Arms, confirmed 
13 May 1609, 7 Jac, bv Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 103" ; Gud. 334 
(and ? bro. Robert) ; Grants I., 377 ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 105". 
Smert, Henry, s. of John, of North Petheram, Cornwall, 2 June 1579, by Sir G. 
Dethick, Gart. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 101^ and Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, 
fo. 52. 
SiiETHWiCK, William, of Smethwick, Cheshire, confirmed 9 Oct. 1579, by Dakins, 
Norr. Misc. Gen. et Her., 2nd S., vol. i., p. 324, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. 
Probably a forgery, see also Rudiarde. [A spurious grant, Dakyns was 
never Norroy.] . 

Smyth, .... Cheshire temp. Hen. VII. : arg., on a fesse betw. three demi- 

griffins couped sa., as many bezants. Crest, a demi-griffin erased sa., 
collared arg., collared with a fesse arg' ? Barker's Grants, Harl. M.SS. 
1422, fo. 29, and 5846, fo. 92" ; Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 42". 
Smythe, .... (No. 1) crest, an arm in pale garnished chequy arg. and vert., the 
hand holding iij darts or. Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 584(;, fo. 92 ; Stowe 
MS. 692, fo. 86, of Essex. 



232 GRANTEES OF A.RMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

Smyth (No. 2) crest (with the greyhound, three) dragons' heads erased 

arg., spotted su., langiied and eared gu. Barker's Grants, Had. MS. 5846, 
fo. 92 ; Stowe MS. G92, fo. 86. 
„ .... (of Stratford-on-Avoii, co. Warwick), temp. Hen. VII. : ai'g., 2 or ? 3 
[three] greyhounds courant [in pale sa.],9 cross crosslets fi tehee (or crosses 
patees) gn. or sa.? Crest, a griffin's head erased arg. [?sa.], pellettee 
[? beziintee]. Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 28'' ; Add. MS. 26,702, 
to. 42". [?Two families, one of Stratfurd and another of Shirford, co. 
Warw., see Burke's Armory.] 
„ . . . ., an Innkeeper in the town of Huntingdon, 1594, by \V™ Dethick, Gart. 
Anns, the ancient arms of Chamberlayne, entered by R. Brooke, York Her., 
arg., a chevron betw. three leopards' faces gu. Crest, a crescent, thereon 
a leopard's face gu., "of Water Newton in Huntingdonshire." Harl. MSS. 
1453, fo. 32*, and 3526, fo. 8^ 
Smith, .... by Cooke .... arg., on a chevron cottised ? betw. 3 cross crosslets gu. 
as many martlets or. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. US* ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 101 ; 
Stowe MS. 670, fo. 70. 
„ .... of CO. Glouc, confirmed .... Feb. 1614-15, by Camden : or, ou a fesse 
gu. betw. 3 saltires sa. as many fleurs-de-lis arg. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 38", 
and 6095, fo. 28". 

„ , of Biuderton, Sussex. Add. MS. 4966, fo. 18, by Segar. 

„ . . . ., of London, merchant, azure, two bars between three escallops or, by 

K. St. George, Clar. Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 7". 
„ . . . ., of Brindley, Cheshire, azure, on a fess or between three wolves' heads 
erased argent as many fleurs-de-lys sable, by R. St. George, Clar. Stowe 
MS. 703, fo. 73. 

„ , of Westminster, by W. Ryley, Lane. Her. Stowe MS. 703, fo. 63. 

Smyth, Alderman and Salter, of Broad St. (died at liis house at Hammersmith 

Oct. 1667), by Sir Ed. Bysshe. Stowe MS. 677, fo. 25". 
Smith, Andrew, of Yateley, Hants, descended of John Smith of Thackstead, Essex, 
12 Jan. 1579-80, by Sir G. Dethick, Gart. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 90 ; Q's 
Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 48" ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 38. 
Anne, wife to Sir John Yorke, Sheriff of London, 1 Dec. 1549-, by ? Hawley. 
Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 203 ; Harl. MSS. 578, fol. 9", and 3526, fo. 9" [which 
has " Smith of London "]. 
Anthony, of Milford, Surrey, Esq., one of the band of gent, pentioners to 
Chas.'ll., who was also servant to Chas. I., 4 June 1662, by Sir E. Walker, 
Gart. Her. Coll., fo. 47. 
Thomas, brother of Anthony, and to the heirs of Anthony their father ; new 
arms 29 June 1667, by Sir E. Bysshe, Clar. Add. MS. 14,293, fo. 2 ; 
Guil. 163 : argt., a bend betw. two unicorns' heads erased azure. 
Christopher, of London, one of the proctors of the Arches, by Sir G. Dethick, 
Cooke and Flower. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 76 ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, 
fo. 25 ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 44. 
Christopher, of Buckhurst, Sussex, see under William Smith of Old Windsor. 
Edmond, of Middx. (s. and h. of Peter, of Tudenham, Suff., s. and h. of 
Robert, of Bury-St-Edmunds), confirmed 5 May 1561, by Hervey. Add. 
MS. 16,940, fo. 21 ; Harl. MS. 1470, fo. 27, 140, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. ; 
Guil. 292. 
Edward, of London, arg., a fess vert betw. 3 ogresses, by Camden. Morgan's 

Sphere, 117. 
Edward, of London, Esq., s. of John, of Bourton-on-the-Wolds, co. Leic, s. 
of Paul, of the same, 29 Oct. 1667, by Walker, Gart. Harl. MSS. 1172, 
fo. 37, and 1144, fo. 37. 
Edward, 1671 in Burke, see William, etc. Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 39. 
Gawen, one of her Majesties dromers, (? crest) on the top of a pillar [ppr.] 
a spear (sphere) or, 1587, by Cooke, " the engineer without Aldgate, one 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 233 

of the clfiunsters lo Queen Elizabeth." Ilarl. MSS. lliol), fo. 110, 587, 
fo. 4, and 3520, fo. 4 ; Beny. Arras : nvg., a saltire wavy az., an 
inescocheon or, guttee de sang [poix], thereon a lion rarapt. sa., armed gu., 
see Add. MS. 496(>, fo. 56. 
.''mith, George, of London, s. of John, of Sleghill, Westmorld., gent. 23 March 
1570-7 in Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 42". See Joiin. 
„ Henry, of Old Stretford, co. Warwick, 20 May 10G8, by Sir E. Walker, Gart. 

Her. Coll., fo. 73. 
„ Hugh (s. of John), of Long Asliton, Somers*, ratified and confirmed 1508 
"by all the Kings and Heralds"; grant of crest (a griffin's head) by 
Hawlev, 30 Hen. VIIL C. 22 [Visit, of Somersetsh., 1623], fo. 344i', 
Her. (ioll. ; C.uil. 202 ; Harl. MS. 1110, fo. 43*. 
„ Humpbrev. of Charlton, par. of Vainton, s. of John, of Cohimpton, etc., 
crest 4 June 1574, by Cooke. Stowe MS. 676, fo. 44" ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 
37, fo. 57, copy of grant. 
., Humfrev, .?. and h. of Jolin, of Collumptou, dec*", etc., 30 Mar. 1583, by Sir 
0. Dethiek. (Ju.stice Smith ?) Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 80 ; Q's Coll. Oxf. 
MS. 145, fo. 31". Alteration. 
,, Humphrey, of Parraington, co. Glonc, and William, of London, grandsons of 
Humfrev Smith, rector of Castle Eaton, Wilts, benefactor to tlie College of 
Arms ; Warrant 7 Oct. 1074, certified by Dugdale, Norr. : per pale erm. 
and erminois, an eagle displayed sa. MS. Ashm. 858, fo. 239-40, copy of 
grant, Bodleian Lib. 
„ Israel, eldest Capt. in Col. Ewer's reg' (see that name), 23 Feb. 1647-8, by 
Sir Ed. Bysshe. Add. MS. 26,758, fo. 14" ; (Stowe MS. 677, fo. 36) copy 
of grant. 
„ James, of London and of Bray, Berks (in Bysshe's Grants), s. of James, of 
Cookham, Beiks, 23 Jan. 1653-4, by Bysshe, Gart. Add. MS. 26,758, 
fo. 16 ; Stowe MS. 077, fo. 49" ; MS. Ashm. 858, fo. 228-9 ; Harl. MS. 
6832, fo. 413". ■ 
„ James, of New Windsor, Berks, see under William Smith of Old Windsor. 
„ Sir Jolin, Knt., Alderm. and Sheriff of London, s. of James, of Bray, by Sir 
E. Bysshe, Clar. (Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 39) ; Bysshe's Grants, 30. 
Smythe (John), of Bristol, lord of Stryden, co. Glouc, " quarterly, azure & golde, 
a fesse owndy cottessed, thereon a griffen bctwene ij muUetts, upon eche 
quarter a Bulls head and a griffin counterchaunged of the felde ; his creste 
a dcmye griffen azure issant oute of a cressant gold, wr[eath] ar. and sa., 
m[antlet] a'., lined ar., b. [balls or tassels ?] or." Barker's Grants, Stowe 
MS. 092, fo. 84 ; Harl. MS. 5840, fo. 93 ; John, 9 May, Harl. MS. 1544 ; 
Add. MS. 10,940, fo. 205 [has " John Smithe of Bristowe, Somersetshire, 
a Pattent of amies and crest given unto him the ix of Maye in the xxxvj"' 
yere of Henry the VIII"'" (1544)]. 
Smyth, John, of Walden, Essex, descended of honest lineage, all his ancestors and 
predecessors bearing arms, but being uncertain, etc. ; arms, sa., a fesse 
dancettee, etc. ; crest, a demy-lion reguardant, holding in the dexter paw 
a .spear ppr. ; 12 March 1545-0, 36 H. VIIL, by Barker. Lansd. MS. 
210, fo. 79" ; Stowe MS. 092, fo. 82 ; Grants I., 211 ; by Barker, Gart., 
1 545, 35 H. VIIL, a note in Harl. MS. 5840, fo. 93, in another hand. (His 
2nd son Sir Thomas, secretary to Edw. VI. and Q. Eliz., Chancellor of the 
Order of the Garter, quartering Charnock and impaling the arms of Karkike 
and Wilford [his two wives] ; Crest, a salamander reguardant in flames 
proper, ducally gorged or, s«e Visitations 1552, 1558 and 1612) ; Harl. MS. 
01165, fo. 41", 42" ; Life of Sir Thomas Smith, by John Strype, app. i. 
Smith, John, of Newcastle-under-Lyme, co. Staff., gent., 17 Sept., 4 Q. Eliz., 1561, 
a patent of confirmation and gift of the crest by Sir G. Dethiek, Gart. : 
barry of six erni. and gu., over all a lion ramp, gu., crowned or. Quite 
a different coat allowed at the Visit, in 1583 to Ralph, s. of John. 



234 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTrRT. 

December iu Guil. 403, and Harl. MSS. 1441, fo. 102, and 1359, fo. 82 ; 

Add. MS. 49(i(;, fo. 41". 
Smythe, .lohii, of Old Buckenham, Norfolk, gift .... lo(;2. (Harvey's Grants), 

Add. MS. lti,'J40, fo. 1G^ Visit, of Norfolk; IJarl. MS. 1552, fo. 35^ 

Arms, per cliev. nebidee sa. and or, three panthers' heads connterebanged. 

Crest, a horse's head erased per chev. nebulee or and sa. 
,Smith, John (or George), of London, gent., s. of John, of Slegbill, Westmorld., 

gent., 23 Mar. 1576-7, by Sir G'. Dethick, Gart. Harl. MS. 1441. fo. 86 ; 

called George in Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, lb. 42", and in Harl. MS. 5887, 

fo. 42. 
„ Jolin, of Haleswortb, Suff. [exemplified 2 Dec. 1588], .... by Cooke. Harl. 

MSS. 1359, fo. 95", and 10G9 : az., billetee or, a bend erm. ; crest, on a 

chapeau [gu., turned up erm.] two wings az., billetee or, on eacli wing 

a bend erm. Visit, of Norfolk, 1613 ; Harl. MS. 1552, fo. 60". 
„ John, Craflfield, Snflf., 9 July 1663 (? 1633 rather), by li. St. George, Clar. 

Harl. MS. 1085, fo. 27". 
„ John (Capt.), of Willonghby, co. Line, (descended of Smith of Cuerdly, co. 

Lane), Capt. of 250 soldiers under Henry Volda, E. of Meldrilch, etc. ; 

grant of kniglithood and arms to him by Sigismund Bathori, C^ount of 

Transylvania (Leipsic), 9 Dec. 1603 (? 1623), for services against the 

Turk. Granted three 'Turks' heads for his arms, as he had with his own 

sword cut oflP the heads of three. Registered at Heralds' College and 

alteration of coat 19 Aug. 1625, by Segar. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 142, 

copy of testimonial, etc., and Harl. MS. 1507, fo. 399 ; Add. MSS. 4304, 

fo. 93, and 12,225, fo. 103"; Capt. John Smith's true travels, etc., 1630, 

p. 17 ; Guil. 251; see Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 54; for trick see Le Neve's 

MS. 399 ; Cotton MS. Julius, C. vii., fo. 243". 
„ Laurence, of Brabant, etc., addition Jan. 1663-4, by Walker, Gart. Add. 

MSS. 14,293, fo. 63, and 14,294, fo. 18 ; Harl. MSS. 1172, fo. 63", and 

6179, fo. 77". 
„ Margaret (dau. of Thomas, of Cockermoutli), wife to Edward Wilniot of 

Southampton, arms 15 Sept. 1552, bv ? Hawley. Add. MS. 16,940, 

fo. 205" ; Harl. MSS. 578, fo. 9", and 3526, fo. 9". 
„ Mary (dau. of Cooper), ux. 1 William Tofte, 2 Rich. Smith ; she was the dau. of 

Dorothy Smith, late ux. John Cooper of Loudon, esq. ; by Ro. Cooke, Clar. 

Stowe MS. 670, fo. 4". 
Smyth, Matthew, of Denby (High Sheriff), co. Derby, 10 Feb. 1684-5, by Sii- W. 

Dugdale and Norroy : per chev. az. and or, three escallops counterclianged ; 

crest, an escallop per fess or and az. Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 178 ; Grants IIL, 

253 ; Lansd. MS. 867, fo. 52. 
Smith, Miles, Bp. of Gloucester, a confirmation June 1617, by Camden. Harl. MS. 

6095, fo. 35" ; C. 17 [Visit. Glouc, 1623], Her. Coll., and Visit. Glouc, 

1623, Harl. Soc, p. 148. 
Smyth, Philip, of London, crest 16 July 1569, by Cooke. Add. MS. 14,295, 

fo. 49" ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 118" ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 101 ; Harl. MS. 

5887, fo. 75. 
Smith, Randulph, late Sheriff of Norwich, gent., 2ud son of John, s. of Randle, of 

Stockport, Chesh., and coz. to Sir Thos., late of Chester, father of Sir 

Laurence, Knt., confirmed (? a grant) 21 A|)ril 1593, by W. Dethick, Gart. 

Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 36, fo. 16, copy of grant or confirmation ; Stowe MS. 

676, fo. 87^ 99. 
„ Richard, of London, 31 Jan. 1502-3, 24 H. VII., by John Wrythc or 

Wriothesley, Gart., and Roger Machado, Richmond Clar. Add. MS. 

17,506, fo.'S7 ; Le Neve's MS. 259. 
„ Richard, of London, in Bow Lane, fishmonger, 12 Nov. 1571, by Cooke. 

Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 87; date from Visit, of London, 1634; Add. MS, 

4966, fo. 66". 



GRA-NTEES of arms to the end op TIIK XVir. CENTURY. 236 

Smith (Ricliard), ol' the Exulicquei-. was of llerefordsh. (-'iid s. of Tliomas, of 
Credenhill, co. Heref.), 1590, by Cooko. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 101" ; 1590 
in Hai'l. MS. 1545, fo. 40S 101" ; see Harl. MS. 1396, to. 282, 293, and 
Visit, of Shropshire, 1G23. 
„ Richard, Doctor of Physic in Ord. to the Queen, born in co. Glonc. : arg., 
three saltires sa., on a chief gii. a lion passant or ; crest, out of flames ppr. 
a phoenix head or; confirmed 10 Aug. 1591, by W. Dethick, Gart. Q"8 
Coll. Oxf. aiS. 3(5, fo. 15, copy of confirmation ; (1592 in Harl. MS. 1359, 
fo. 10) ; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 16 ; Stowe MS. 676, fo. 87, 98". 
„ Richard, clerk of the cheyne [cheque] of II.M.'s Yeoman of the Guard, 

16 Sept. 1062, by Sir B. Walker, Gart. Her. Coll., fo. 48. 
„ Robert, of London, quarterly .... 1581, by Cooke: 1 and 4, [sa. ?] a chev. 
betw. three gryphons sejrreant or, a cliief of tlie last ; 2 aud 3, sa., a fesse 
and in chief three fleurs-de-lis or. Crest, a talbot passant per pale or and 
sable. Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 90", and 1422, fo. 121". 
Smyth, Roger, of Witiicocks, co. Leic. (s. of John Smyth alias Heriz), crest 16 May 
1565, by Sir G. Dethick : An arm couped, the sleeve per pale or and gu., 
holding in the band a griffin's head erased az., beaked or, langued, 
eyed and eared gu. See William Hares ais Smyth (p. 114), 8 Feb. 
1499, by C. Carhill, Norr. Top. and GeneaL, iii., 258, copy of grant, 
and of Dethick's grant, p. 259. 
Smith, Samuel, one of the clerks of the House of Lords assembled in Pari' 1640, of 
London : an escocheou 27 July 1642, by J. Borough, Gart. Grants IL, 
679 ; Harl. MS. lloo, fo. 58. 
Smyth, Simon, of Boughton Moncheisey, Kent, confirmation 14 Sept. 1005, by 
Camden. Harl. MS. 6095, fo. 19" ; Stowe MS. 618, fo. 104" ; Gull. 77 ; 
Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 14". 
Smith, Simon, of Westminster, co. Middx., see under AVilliam Smith of Old 

Windsor. 
Smith afs Reed, Thomas, of Norfolk, gent., 15 January 1481-2, 21 E. IV., by 
Thomas (Holme), Clar. See Proc. Soc. of Antiq., 1897, 2nd S., xvi., 
p. 345. 
Smythe or Smith, Thomas, of Campden, co. Glouc, esq. (Stowe MS. 692, fo. 84", 
arms, sa., on a fesse betw. iij saltires or as many pellets, each charged with 
a fleur-de-lis of the second ; Crest, ij amphibious in a Knott indorsant az., 
lansued gu., wreathed or and az., lined arg.) ; dated at Bullen 4 Sept. 1540, 
36 Hen. VIIL, by Barker ; confirmed by Gilb. Dethick, Kt., Gart. (1542 
in Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 2) ; Harl. IMS. 1507. fo. 451, nnd Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 
38, fo. 45, copy of grant ; Harl. .Ms. ;;:,i'i;. plate or fo. 4, Nob. 3 and 4 ; 
Grants II., 15 (1544, 36 Hen. Vlil.); Cuil :'s Notices of Thomas and 
Henry Smith (1836), p. 14 ; Le Neve's .MS. [yj. 
Smyth, Thomas, of Hart place, Herts, 10 Nov. 1556, by ? Hawley. Add. MS. 

16.940, fo. 208". 
Smy'THE, Thomas, of London, customer, gift 1559. (Harvey's Grants), Add. MS. 
16,940, fo. 28", per pale or and az., a chev. arg. betw. three lions passant 
guardant counterchanged. Father of Sir John Smythe of Ostenhanger, 
Kent, Visit, of Lond., 1568. Thomas, 2nd s. of John, of Corsham, Wilts, 
became farmer of the customs to Q. Eliz. and Q. E. ? [Q. JIary and 
Q. Eliz. ?]. 
Smith, Thomas, of Backton, Suff., .... 1572, by Cooke. Harl. JIS. 1359, fo. lOi; ; 
Add. MS. 4966, fo. 93 ; Stowe MS. 670. 
„ Thomas, s. and h. of Sir Laurence Smith of Hough, Cheshire, s. of Sir 
Thomas Smith, confirmed 7 July 1579, by Flower, Norr. MS. Ashni. 834, 
fo. 7, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Guil. 184. A baronetcv coufcried 
in 1660. 
„ Thomas, of London, quarterly .... 1588, bv Cooke. Add. JIS. 4906, fo. 31 ; 
Harl. JISS. 1359, fo. 109, and 1422, fo. 120". 



236 GRANTteES 0]^ ARMS TO THE END Oi' THE XVII. CENTURY. 

Smith, Thomas, of Credenhill, co. Hereford, .... 15'J0, by Cooke. Stowe MS. 
670, fo. 41. 
„ Thomas, of . . . ., co. Hereford, 24 Sept. 15()9, by Cooke. Baiinerman's MS., 

No. 9, 447. 
„ Thomas, of Crestonhager(We8teiihanger), Kent, .... 1591, by Cooke. Harl. 
MS. 1359, fo. 102 ; Stowe MS. 670, fo. 45". 
Smyth, Thomas, lately elected Alderm. city of London, and now master of the 
Skinners' Co., 13 Aug. 1629, by Sir R. St. George, Clar. Add. MS. 14,295, 
fo. 67 ; Grants II., 654. 
„ Thomas, of the par. of St. Mary Magdalen, Milk St., citizen and stationer of 
London, s. of John, of Church Lawford, co. Warwick, confirmed 18 Oct. 
1633, by R. St. George, Clar., at the Visit, of London. Add. MS. 14,295, 
fo. 58, 97" ; C. 24 [Visit, of London, 1634], fo. 384, father of Thomas, of 
Westerham, Kent. 
Smith, Sir Thomas, of Burgh, Norfolk, 27 March 1672, by Sir E. Bysshe, Clar. 
Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 35". 
„ Thomas, see under Anthony Smith. 
Smyth, William, ats Hares, 1499, see Hares and William Smith als Hares of 

Leicester. 
Smith, William, of the city of Hereford, esq., and one of the Clarks of the 
Privy Council, confirraed 2 July 1563, by Sir G. Dethick, Gart. Harl. 
MS. 1441, fo. 65 ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 7 ; 10 May in Grants II., 
562. 
Smithe, William, of Nunstanton, co. Durham, confirmed 11 Jan. 1567-8, by 
Flower, Gart. MS. Ashm. 834, fo. 70", copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; 
Guil. 164. 
Smith, William, of Plumpton, Kent, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 91" ; Add. MS. 
4966, fo. 64" ; erm., a mullet gu. betw. three bezants, by Norrov, 1586, in 
Stowe MS. 670, fo. 14. 
Smith or Smyth, William, of Luton, Beds, 20 March 1580-81, by Sir G. Dethick, 
Gart., yeoman of the buttery : erm., on a chev. engrailed az. three estoiles 
or (or three fleurs-de-lis), in chief a mullet gu. ; confirmed 25 Oct. 1583, 
by Cooke " I believe." Harl. MSS. 1441, fo. 90", and 1422, fo. 22" ; Q's 
Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 49 ; MS. Ashm. 844, fo. 47, copy of grant, Bodleian 
Lib. ; Guil. 88. 
Smith, William, of the Inner Temple (s. of William, of Brailsford, co. Derby, 

urauted 1585, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 88" ; Guil. 372 ; Add. 

MS. 4066, fo. 52"; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 37. 
„ William, of Axwell, co. Durham, .... 1615, by R. St. George, Norr. Stowe 
MS. 706, fo. 11", 17". 

„ William, of Damagli, co. Kilkenny, Sec. to James, Earl of Ormond June 

1635, by Thomas Preston, Ulster K. of Arms. Kilken. Arch. Soc, i., 261, 

copy of grant, Brit. Miis. 

„ William (called Edward by Bui'ke), ") sons of Christofiher, late of Windsor, s. 

(if Old Windsor, Berks, | of Walter, granted (on the authority 

„ Christopher, of Buckluirst, Sussex, )■ of their grandfatlier's seal [the 

„ James, of New Windsor, Berks, and | colours assigned "untill upon dilli- 

„ Simon, of Westminster, Middx., J gent serch they shall find what were 

the Originall" Collers") 21 April 

1 671 ; not signed, but ? by Walker. Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 39, copy of grant, 

Brit. Mus., " vei'a copia." 

Smith ats Hares, William, of co. Leic, arms 8 Feb. 1499-1500, by Ch' Carlyl, 

Norr. Top. and Genl., iii., 255 ; see Visit, of London 1568, Leic. 1619 
and Northamptonshire 1618-19. 
Smithes, George, of the Court of Wike, Somerset (out of Lane), now of London, 
Sheriff and Alderm., gent., grant of crest 9 March 1602-3, by W. Dethick, 
Gart., and Camden, Clar. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 36, fo. 99, copy of grant ; 



&RANTEES OP ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 23*? 

Misc. Gen. et Her., ii., 96 ; Harl. MS. 6095, fo. 23 ; Stowe MS. 676 
fo. 1:^9'^; Grants I., 349. 
Smithsby, William, esq., servant to K. Jas., .... by Camden. Add. MS. U,29o, 

fo. 55" ; Camden's Grants, fo. ■17''. 
Smithson, Hugh, of London, .... by W. Ryley, Lane. Her. Stowe MS. 703, 
fo. 63. 
„ Sir Hugh, of Stanwick, Yorlvs, Knt. and Bart. (s. of Anthony, of Newsam, 
CO. York), late citizen and nierch' of London, and fined for Alderman (and 
to his brother Bernard, of London, Apothecary), 20 Nov. 1663, by Sir E. 
Walker, Gart. Harl. MS. U70, fo. 50 ; Add. MSS. 14,293, fo. 62, and 
14,294, fo. 14" ; Harl. MS. 1172, fo. G3", copy of grant -, Harl. MS. 1441, 
fo. 49", copy of grant ; (ieneal., vol. i., p. 137, and Hist, of Alnwick, by 
Geo. Tate, i., 355'. 
,, John, of Kent, given by patent at liondon 27 May 1572, 4 Q. Eliz., by Sir 
Gilb. Dethick. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 28" ; Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 78 ; 
Add. its. 14,295, fo. 7, 24" ; 22°'> May in Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 12" ; Harl. 
MS. 1441, fo. 49", copy of grant. 
SxELGUAVE alias Snelgan, Henry, s. of Thomas, s. of William, s. of .lob, of 
Fisherton, Delamere, Wilts, 2 Oct. 1607, by Camden, Clar. Harl. MS. 
1166, fo. 87 ; I^e Neve's MS. 421. 
Snellixr, Charles, of East Horsley, Surrey, .... 1631, by Segar. Add. MS. 
12,225, fo. 104 ; C. 21 [? C. 2], fo. 355, Her. Coll. ; Guil. 268 ; Add. MS. 
46,140, fo. 63. 
Sir George, of Poi'tslude and West Grinstead, Sussex, Knt., s. of Richard, of 
West Grinstead, by Margaret, dan. to Sir Thomas May of Mayfield in the 

said CO., 1611, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 104 ; Guil. 162. 

„ Robert, of n' Ipswich, Suff., gent., grant 23 April 1594, by W. Dethick, Gart. 
Stowe MS. 676, fo. 110" ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 36, fo. 42, copy of grant; 
Harl. MS. 1085, fo. 19". 
Snigg, Sir John, Baron of the Exchequer, .... May 1610, by Camden. Harl. 
MSS. 1422, fo. 21, and 6095, fo. 12"; (iuil. 258; Harl. MS.S. 5887, 
fo. 41", and 6140, fo. 51". 
Snygge, George, of Bristol, counsellor-at-law, .... 1591, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 

1422, fo. 23". 
Snode, Mary, wife of Edward Lister, doctor in physic, Dec. 1611, by Camden. See 

Farmery. Harl. MS. 6095, fo. 17 ; Stowe MS. 702, fo. 115. 
Snowe, Richard, of Chicksand, Beds, 15 Feb. 1545-6, by Hawley. Add. MSS. 

16,940, fo. 201", and 7098, fo. 77" (fo. 46). 
SoAME, Sir Stephen (Lord Mayor of London 1598), of Suff., .... 1572 ; arms,gu., 

a chev. betw. three mullets [mallets ?] or ; crest. Berry. 
SOAMES, Edward, of Walpole, Norfolk, .... 1587, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, 

fo. 107. 
SoAME or SoAME, Thomas, of Bodley, Snff., .... 1587, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 
1359, fo. 109", and 1422, fo. 94 ; called Soame of Bradley, Add. MS. 
4966, fo. 31". 
SoDAYE or SoDAGE, John, of Spayne, .... gift ... . 1559. (ITarvey'.s Grants), 

Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 14. 
Sole, Robert, of London, s. of John, of Eckington, co. Wore, gent., crest 18 June 
1591, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 51, aud 1359, fo. 102 ; Add. MS. 
14,295, fo. 23. 
Some, Thomas, of Wanesden, Suffolk, coat aud crest .... Barker's Grants, Harl. 

MS. 5846, fo. 91" ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 87. 
SOMER, . . . ., Salop, 17 Feb. 1651-2 : per pale vert and gu., a chev. indented erm., 

in chief a lion passant betw. two martlets arg. 13erry. 
SoMMER, John, of Newland, par. of St. Maries, Kent, 1 Dec. 1566, by Sir G. 
Dethick, Gart. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 67 ; (? Ashm. 834, fo. 9", copy of 
grant, Bodleian Lib., as Somer) ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 10". 



238 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OP THE XVII. CENTURY. 

SOMER, John, of Kent, arm., April, 17 Eliz., 1575, by Sir G. Dethick, Gart. MS. 

Ashm. 834, fo. 9*, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. See John Sommer, above. 
„ Thomas, of Glasley, Salop, gent., 19 Oct. 1524, by T. Wriothesley, Gart., and 

T. Tonge (Norr.). Grants I., 1 ; (Harl. MS. 5840, fo. 98 ; Stowe MS. 

692, fo. 86\ confirmed by C. Barker, Gart.) ; Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 24*. 
SOMERS, Sir George, Knt., of Baron or Boxohii, Dorset, assigned, given and granted, 

the crest here exemplified, 2 March 1604-5, by Camden. Harl. MS8. 1422, 

fo. 37^ and 6095, fo. 22" ; see Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 90". 
„ John, Lord, Lord Chancellor, supporters 24 Dec. 1697. Grants IV., 242. 
SoMESTER, William, of Penisford (? Pinesford), Devon, confirmed 14 March 1586-7, 

by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 107, and 1422, fo. 93 ; Guil. 305 ; Add. 

MS. 4966, fo. 68" ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 69". 
SOMNER, William and John, ? Sumner, both of Canterbury, 25 Aug. 1663. Harl. 

MS. 1105, fo. 19, 37", ? by Sir E. Bysshe, Clar. ; Le Neve's MS. 510. 
„ William, of Dinton, Bucks, gent., 3 March 1669-70. Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 37", 

? by Sir E. Bjsshe. 
Soneson, Olans, an Ostrogoth in Sweden, augmentation and crest, letters patent, 

grant (Seal) 1 Dec, 26 Eliz., 1583. MS. Ashm. 834, fo. 57, copy of grant, 

Bodleian Lib. 
SoRANZO, Jacob, see Superantius. 

SORELL, of Ipswich, Suff. Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 38" and 39 ; Bysshe's Grants, 32. 
Sorrey or Serroy, George, of Midnell, Som*, arms confirmed, with difference, and 

crest granted 5 May 1567, by Sir G. Dethick, Gart., and Flower. Q's Coll. 

Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 128, copy of grant. 
SouCH (or South), . . . ., of Dorset, confirmed circa 1606, by Camden (gu., ten 

bezants on a canton or, a lozenge vert, charged with a fleur-de-lis ar.). 

Called Souch in Camden's Grants'and in Morgan's Sphere, 112 ; Harl. MS. 

6095, fo. 21. 
South, Sii- Francis, of Fotherbey and of Kelsterne, co. Line, 2nd s. of George, of 

Fotherbey, s. of John, s. of Thomas, of Fotherbey, crest 22 June 1605, by 

Camden. Harl. MSS. 6095, fo. 19, and 5887, fo. 12". 
„ John, of Fotherby and Kelsterne, co. Line, confirmed 22 June 1602, by 

Camden. Guil. 101 ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 12". 
„ Thomas, of Swallow Cliff, Wilts, 8 Oct. 1564, 6 Eliz., by Sir G. Dethick. 

Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 60", 83" ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 9", 38" ; 

Grants II., 652, and another different coat in ? 1575, but same crest; 

Grants II., 652". 
SOUTHAICKE, George, citizen and merchant of London, exemplified and confii-med 

by Camden. Stowe MS. 712, fo. 71 ; Harl. MSS. 6179, fo. 14, and 5887, 

fo. 35, grocer. 
Southampton town, arms, crest and supportei's 4 Aug. 1575, by Cooke. Add. 

MS. 14,295, fo. 85 ; Cat. Her. Exhib. Soc. of Antiq., i\^. 
Southby, John, of Careswell, Berks, gen., s. and h. of Richard, s. of John, 

exemplified 10 Feb. 1631-2, under his hand and seal of office (by Sir AV. 

Segar, Knt., Gart.). Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 105 ; MS. Ashm. 840, fo. 406, 

copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. 
Southaby or SuTHAHY. Robert, of Birdsall, Yorks, 15 Aug. 1563, bv Flower. 

Surtees Soc, XLI., xl ; Harl. MS 1.359, fo. .34" ; 5'" of Aug. in Aiid. MS. 

14,295, fo. 39 and 74 ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 68". 
SoUTHERNE, George, of Fitz ats Twell-s Salop, ] 20 June 1628, by Segar. Add. 

gen., eldest son of Gilbert, gen., etc., MS. 12,225, fo. 104"; C. 24 

„ John, of liondon, 2nd son, \ [Visit, of London, 1634], fo. 

„ William, of London, 3rd son, 22", and R. 22, fo. 307-8, Her. 

„ Reynold, of Gray's Inn, 4th son, J Coll. ; Misc. Gen. et Her., N. S., 

i., 217 ; Guil. 213. 
SOUTHERTON, Thomas, of Norwich, confirmed 1502. (Harvey's Grants), Add. MS. 

16,940, fo. 13 ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 61. 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE KND OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 239 

Southland, Sir William, of Kent lime l(io4, l>y t'lunJou. liuil. :\I.SS. U22, 

fo. 18, 1115, fo. !), 2275, fo. 91, and 5839, fo. 3 ; Guil. 339. 
SocTHousB, Christopher, quarterly arms ami crest .... by Cooke. ITarl. MSS. 

1359, fo. 114, and 1422, fo. 118"; Add. MSS. 14,295, fo. 38^ and 49G6, 

fo. 97. 
Soi'THWKLL, Richard, of St. Faith's, Norfolk, quarterly of 0, confinned (a bordure 

for diir.) and crest granted 15 Dec. 15(;8, by Sir G. Dethick, Gart., Cooke 

and Flower. MS. Ashm. 844, fo. 1, and Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 134, 

copy of grant (MS. 145, fo. 14"); Harl. MS. 1441, fo. G9" ; Guil. 290, 

confirmed and a crest granted 30 Nov. 1577, by Ro. Cooke, Clar. ; Q's 

Coll. Oxf. MS. 37, fii. 07, copy of coufirmafion, and Stowe MS. G76, 

fo. 49". 
SouTHWOou, . . . ., of London, merchant, G March \(\H\-7, by Bysshc, dart. Harl. 

MS. G140, fo. 18. 
SoUTUWORTU, Sir John, of Sainsbury in Com. Lane, Knt., s. and h. of Sn- Thomas, 

s. and 1). of Sir John, s. and h. of Sir Christopher, s. and h. of Richard, 

esq., s. and h. of Sir Thomas, of Sainsbury, quarterly, 3 Dec. 1560, by 

Dalton, Norr. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 47". 
SowDO^-, TIngh, of London, gent, and mercht., 11 July 1G37, by Borough, Gart. 

Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 55"; Add. MS. 2G,702, fo. 90"; Stowe MS. 606, 

fo. 1 76, copy of grant. 
Sparchford, John, of Sparcliford, Salop, 25 Nov. 1 556, by ? Hawley, Clar. Add. 

MS. 16,940, fo. 208". 
Sparke or Sparkes, . . . ., London, 10 Aug. 1577, by Cooke (or ?G. Dethick). 

Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 123", and 0140, fo. 35". 
Sparrow, Ann, dan. of John, of London, gent., wife to Sir Robert Dymoke, Knt. 

and Bann", 25 June 151G, Hen. VIIL, by Sir T. Wriothesley, Gart., and 

T. Benolt, Clar. Add. MSS. 26,702, fo. 60", and 14,295, fo. 43" ; Q's 

Coll. Oxf. MS. 146, fo. 185 ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 35". 
„ Anthony, D.D., Bishop of Exeter, s. and h. of Samuel, of Depden, Suff., 

29 May 1669. Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 21 ; Bysshe's Grants, fo. 22, Her. Coll. 
„ Robert, of Ipswich, s. of John, of Somersham, Suff., by Cooke. The crest 

allowed by Rich" Lee, Clar. (20 June 1594 in Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 51) ; 

Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 30" ; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 22 ; Harl. MS. 6832, 

fo. 131". 
Spateman, John, of Rednooke, co. Derby, 2 March 1663-4, by W. Dugdale, Norr. 

(Her. Coll.) 
Speckart, Abraham, of London, Nov. 1611, by Camden. Harl. MSS. 1422, 

fo. 35", and 6095, fo. IG ; Guil. 182. 
Speed, John, of London, .... by Camden. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 20, and 6095, 

fo. 7". 
Spence, , of Baulkham (Balcombe), Sussex, 1623 : sa., a fesse embattled arg., 

quartering Cavendish, Stratton, Byron, Clayton, and Colwich, 1623, by 

Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 105 ; "Harl. MS. 107G, fo. 107. 

Spencer, John, and \ brothers, sons of Spencer of co. Warwick, gent., altered 

„ Thomas, / 26 Nov., 20 Hen. VIL, 1504, by Richmont Clar. ; con- 

firmed, with crest, by W. Dethick, (iart., to Sir John 

Spencer. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 36, fo. 122, see below ; (s. of William in Add. 

MS. 14,295, fo. 6) ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 15". 
„ Sir John, s. of Sir John, of Wormleighton and Althorpe, co. Warwick, altered 

20 Hen. VIL, 1504 ; confirmed, etc., with crest, by W. Dethick, Gart. 

Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 36, fo. 122, copy of confirmation. 
„ John, of Worstold, Norfolk, gent., 10 Sept., 1 Q. Mary, 1553, by Sir G. 
Dethick, Gart. Grants I., 218 ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 63" ; ? Q's Coll. Oxf. 
MS. 140, 50. 
Nicholas, of London, and to "1 bv Cooke .... Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 99, and 



and to "1 bv Co 
1, Kent,/ "142 



Nicholas, of Sandwich, Kent, / 1422, fo. 49 ; Add. MS, 4966, fo. : 



240 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

Spencer, Richard, of Chester city, crest 4 June 1573, by Flower. Harl. MSS. 
1422, fo. 49, and 6140, fo. 69'' ; (Thomas in Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 7&'). 
„ Thomas, of Everton or Everdon, Northants, gift .... 155- to 156-. 
(Harvey's Grants) Add. MS. 16,940, fo. S2. 
Spicer, Nichohis, late Maior and Alderm., city of Exetei', Devon, s. of Thomas, etc., 
granted 16 May 1594, by W. Dethick, Gart. Stowe MS. 676, fo. 112"; 
Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 3G, fo. 47, copy of grant. 
Spycer, William, of Knapton, co. Warw., ... . 1591, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, 

fo. 103". 
Spyller, Henry, of Kingsey, Bucks, confirmed .... by Camden. This was a 
confirmation made on a piece of vellum with his hand and seale at it, which 
came to my hands by chance (J. Withie), etc. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. SS", 
and 6095, fo. 29 ; Guil. 105. 
Spiller, John, of Shaftesbury, Wilts, recte Dorset, crest 15 Feb. 1575-6, by Cooke. 

Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 22. 
Spyler, John (? William), of Shotesbery, Dorset, gift .... 1557. (Harvey's 
Grants), Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 42". ^ 

Spillmax, Thomas, of Walden, Essex, crest Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, 

fo. 98" ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 87. 
Spinola, Sir Paul Baptist, of Genoa, an augmentation (by Ed. VI.) 1 Aug. 1550. 

MS. Ashni. 858, fo. 18, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. 
Sponer, Thomas, of Wyck Wantford (Wiukhamfurd), co. Wore, 1589, by Cooke. 
Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 100", and 1422, fo. 94" ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 88". 

Sprackling, Robert, of the Isle of Thanet, 1590, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, 

fo. 96. 
Spragge, Sir Edward, Kt. (s.of Lichfield Spragge, a Capt. of foot in Ireland), Vice- 

Adiniial, ;;() April 1668, by Walker, Gart. Add. MS. 14,294, fo. 29". 
SprangeI!, Sii- K'iiliiiiil, tf Canes in North Weald Bassett, Essex, and unto his uncle 
John, of Hallcy Hall, Great Amwell, Herts, D. Phys., 18 Jan. 1660-61, by 
Sir E. Walker, Gart. Add. MS. 31,896, fo. 30 ; Harl. MS. 1085, fo. 2". 
Arms, per pale or and sa., three fleurs-de-lis counterchanged ; crest, see 
Armory. Harl. MSS. 6179, fo. 35, and 6065, fo. 22". 
Sprionall, Sir Richard, of " Higate," Middx., 10 Sept. 1639, by Borough, Gart. 
Harl. MSS. 1105, fo. 56", and 1441, fo. 58" ; Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 93 ; 
a Capt. of trained bands, Guil. 170. 
Spring, . . . ., of Pakenham, Suffolk, 2 June 1602, by Camden. See Morgan's 
Sphere, ii., 18 ; Caius Coll. Camb. MS. 551, fo. 29", arg., a chev. betw. three 
mascles gu. 
Springett, Herbert, s. of Sir Thomas, of Broyle place, Sussex, coat confirmed and 
crest granted 21 Nov. 1612, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 105", but 
ent. MS. 7, A. (? Austin) ; C. 27 [Visit, of Sussex, 1633], fo. 128", Her. 
Coll. ; Guil. 398 ; Harl. MS. 1562, fo. 124. 

Sprint, John, \of Hants ?, and his son, 1591, ? by Cooke. Harl. MS. 

„ John, D.D., / 1422, fo. 12 ; 1575 in Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 46. 
Sprye . . . ., of Devon, az., two bars or, in chief a chev. of the same, 28 March 
1619 (under the hand and seale of W. Segar). Add. MS. 12,225, 
fo. 105". 
Spyer, . . . ., of Walgrove [Wargrave] and Shortletts [Scarletts], Berks, .... 1560. 

Berry and Burke. 
Spyer or Speere, Thomas, of Huntercombe, Oxon., confirmation of arms and crest 
granted 20 April 1588, by Cooke, Clar. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 121; 
Grants I., 102. 
Spurling or Sperling, John, of Weston, co. Heref., .... 1574, by Cuoke. Harl. 
MSS. 1359, fo. 90", 115", and 1422, fo. 93; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 65"; Berry 
gives date 1586 : az., two bars or, in chief three mascles of the last ; Crest 
[on a chapeau az., turned up ermine, a greyhound sejant or]. 
Squibb, Arthur, Clar., died 1651. Add. MS. 31,896, fo. 29. 



GRANTEES OF AKMS TO THE END OF TUE XVII. CENTURY. 241 

Syi'iKH. lvalue Alice, wife of Sir Edward North of Kirtliiig, arg., on a cliev. 

batuHcv betw. three eaglets or as many iiamises gii. and or. Barker's 

(irants,'Stowe MS. 692, fo. 71. 
,. Scipi«j k>, deputy Chamberlain, King's Excheqner, s. of Edmund, certified 

pediarec and arms 3 May 1()2;:5, by K. St. George, Clar. See Records of 

the Parish of Whitkirk, I. M. Piatt and Jlorkill. 
SQfiKii, William, of TiOndon (scrivener, dwelling in Cheapside). by Cooke. Iftirl. 

.MSS. 1 ;!.■,!), fo. lie, and 5887, fo. :>'' ; Add. MS. -tOlU;, fo. tJ;!. 
STACivHm-sK, Christopher, copy of grant 11 Dec. 1518; letters patent finm 

ilaximilian. Emperor of Rome and Ilnngary. llarl. MSS. 1172, Uk 74 

(1397, fo. :V2), copy of grant. 
STAFi'ORD, . . . ., of Sydenham, Devon, .... by Borough, Gart. ilail. MSS. 1 lii,"), 

fo. 55, and lUl, fo. 57 ; Add. MS. 20,702, fo. 88" ; Guil. 77. 
Stallkr. Thomas, D.D., died 14 March 1605-('), buried at St. Mary-at-IIill ; patent 

cirra (14 March) 1605, by Camden. Hail. MSS. 6095, fo. 20, and 5887, 

fo. 23^ 
Stauxford or Stamford, William, of Holloway or Hadley, Middx., grant 16 May 

1542, by Barker. MS. Ashm. 858, fo. 110, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib., 

Exhibited at Lichfield 1613, Visit, of Sraflbrdshire ; Ilarl. MS. 2145, 

fo. Ill", 112. 
„ William, of Rousley, co. Staff., coat and crest, 25 June 1544, bv Barker. 

Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 97 ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 86" ; Add. MS. 26,7(i2, fo. 19 ; 

EdwJ in Harl. MS. 5807, fo. 43" ; Harl. MS. 2145, fo. Ill", 112. 
Stempe, Elias or Ellis, of Hampshire, 8 Jan. 1577-8, by Sir G. Dethick, Gart. 

Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 88" ; Q's Coll. O.xf. MS. 145, fo. 45" ; Harl. MS. 5887, 

fo. 39 ; " of the Chapell," called Temple in Add. MS. 26,753 ; Harl. MS. 

1544, fo. 3. 
Stampe, Thomas, of Moulsford, Berks, quarterly .... by Cooke. Harl. JIS. 1359, 

fo. 92" ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 59". 
„ (or Stompes), William, of Malmesbury, Wilts, gent., grant 1 Dec. 1549, by 

Hawley. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 55, copy of grant ; called Sir James in 

Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 203". 
Staxdox, Edmund, of East Molesey, Surrey, confirmed 155- to 156-. (Harvey's 

Grants), Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 56". 
Stanley, (Edward, 3rd) Earl of Derby, Constable of England, Lord Stanley, 

]\Ionthault and Man ; quarterly : in the 1st quarter, Stanley, Lathom and 

Warren ; 2nd, Man ; upon all the escocheoii of Monthault. The crest of 

Stanley is a hart silver ; the crest of Lathom is the eagle and child, etc. 

Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 95" ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 86. 
„ Henry, of Sutton Bonington, Notts (and Anne, dau. of Richard Bradshaw, his 

wife), 18 Mar. 1576-7, by Cooke, Clar. Grants IL, 510 ; Nichols' Leic, 

vol. iv., pt. i., 552. 
„ Richard (ais Stoxelet), gent., arms granted 20 Feb., 2 and 3 Philip and 

Mary, 1555-6, by Sir G. Dethick, Gart. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 77, 

copy of grant; Grants L, 232; Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 64", and 1116, 

fo. 61. 
„ Richard, ats Stoxeley, of Duddinghurst, Essex, crest granted 20 Nov. 1557, 

by Harvey, Clar. Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 28" ; Grants L, 34, countersigned 

by Ro. Cooke. 
„ Sir Thomas, of Essex, by J. Borough, Gart. Harl. MSS. 1105, fo. 55, and 

1441, fo. 57" ; Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 89. 
„ Sir William, of Hut;ton or Hooton, coat and crest. Barker's Grants, Harl. 

MS. 5846, fo. 97" ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 86". 
Staxnard, William, of London, inholder, of Laxfield, Suff., gent., 10 March 1631-2, 

by Sef^ar. Add. JIS. 12,225, fo. 106 ; Visit, of Loadon, C. 24 [1634] ; 

Gail. 77 ; Le Neve's MS. 258. 
Stanysbye, Robert, of Darneton in the Bishoprick of Durham, 8 April 1543, by 



242 GRANTEES or ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

Christopher Barker, Gart., coat and crest. Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 
584C, fo. 98" ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 83, 86" ; Cat. Herald. Exhib. Soc. of 
Antiq., 63. 

Stansfield (Edmund), quarterly : 1 and 4, sa., three goats passant arg. ; 2 and 3, 
[trick, gules, four bars argent, a cliief silver]. Crest, a goat arg., tusked 
and bearded or. Dyers coat and crest. "These arms and crest were 
conformed to one Stansfeild that married the Viscountess Byndon, but by 
whome I know not. The crest is the Earle of Bedford's without any 
difTerence ; the coate is anotlier man's also. There is a large pedigree 
forged for these amies and crest, which I have seen." Entered by 
K. Brooke, York Herald. Harl. MS. 1453, fo. 34". 

Stansfeild, John, of Lewes, Sussex, out of Yorks, coat and crest, .... Barker's 
Grants, Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 22. 

Stansfif,ld, .John, of y<= Cliff, n'' Lewes, Susses, out of Yorks, 4 Dec. 1628, by 
Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 106 ; Guil. 152. 
„ Richard, of Shipley, Yorks, grant 8 April 1546, bv Barker, Gart. ; confirmed 

15 Nov. 1550 [4th Edw. VI.], by Harvey. Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 93 ; Stowe 
MS. 692, fo. 87 ; S. Kent's Banner Displayed, 674. 

Stapley, Anthony, of Framfiekl, Sussex, 1 Jan. 1592-3, by Knight, Norr. Berry; 

Harl. MSS. 1076, fo. 174", and 6179, fo. 42". 
Starkey, Roger, of London, mercer, grant 27 June 1543, 35 H. VIIL, by Barker. 

Harl. MS. 1507, fo. 441, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MSS. 

38, fo. 43, 44, and 39, fo. 4, copy of grant ; 27"' of June in Harl. MS. 

1359, fo. 71 ; Grants L, fo. 11, 13 ; Grant in Record Office ; Le Neve's 

MS. 441 ; Misc. Gen. et Her., 3rd S., iii., 65. 
Starling, Samuel, of the hamlet of Steppeslev in Ijuton, Bedf. (Lord Mayor 1670), 

1 Sept. 1661, by Sir E. Bysshe, Clar" Add. MS. 14,293, fo. 1"; Bysshe's 

Grants, fo. 1, Her. Coll.; 5"' Sept. in Guil. 348, and Harl. MS. 1105, 

fo. 16". 
Stationers, the Company of, of the City of London, arms 5 Sept., 4 and 5 Philip 

and Mary, 1557, by Sir G. Dethick, Gart. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 87, 

copy of grant ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 71. 
Staunton, Sir Francis, of Birchmoore, par. of Woburne, Beds, confirmed 3 Jan. 

1623-4, 21 K. Jac, 1633, by Sir R. St. George, Clar. Add. MS. 14,295, 

fo. 70"; C. 31, fo. 56, [Visit, of] Bedfordsh. [1684] ; Harl. MS. 6179, 

fo. 37. 
„ John, citizen and niercht.-taylor of London, coat confirmed and crest granted 

16 April 1575, by Flower. Misc. Gen. et Her., 2nd S., vol. i., p. 44, 
facsimile copy of grant, Brit. Mus., and Cat. Herald. Exhib. Soc. of 
Antiq., 68. 

„ Laurence, D.D., Dean of Lincoln, Nov. 1610, by Camden. Harl. MSS. 1422, 

fo. 21", and 6095, fo. 13". 
Staveley, Baron, supporters .... by Sir E. Walker, Gart. Her. Coll. 
Stawel, Ralph, Lord, .... supporters 9 March 1682-3, by Ailesbury, Deputy Earl 

Marshal. Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 178 ; Grants IIL, 190. 
Staynings, Thomas, of Somerset, crest 29 Nov. 1559, by Harvey. Harl. MS. 1422, 

fo. 22" ; Edward in Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 48. 
Stede, William, of Harrietsham, Kent, gent., confirmed 16 Nov. 1588, by 

Cooke. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 93 ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 102" ; Cooke's 

Grants, fo. 13, 23" ; crest altered, Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 51 ; Stowe MS. 670, 

fo. 29, 55". 
Steere, John, of Ockley, Surrey, 6 Dec. 1662, ? by Bvsslie, Clar. Harl. MS. 

1105, fo. 42. 
Steiber, Lawreuce, a German, of Erllstegen, born in Nuremberg, augm" letters 

patent, dated at my Castle of Windsor 8 Oct. 1520, 12 H. VIIL ; Knighted 

by the King. Harl. MS. 4900, fo. 35" ; MS. Ashm. 834, fo. 73, and 858, 

fo. 43, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib, 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OP THE XVII. CENTUUY. 243 

Stephens, John, of Bartoii-ou-the-Hill, co. Glouo., .... 1591, by Cooke. Had. 
MS. 1359, fo. 102. 
„ John, of Colcliester, Essex, quarterly arms and crest s'^en .... April 159i, 
33 Q. KHz., by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 15, IW, and 1422, fo. 1 16" ; 
Add. MSS. 14,295, fo. 10, and 4906, fo. 24. 
Stepkin, John, of East Smitlifield, Middx., gent., allowed by Sir J. Borough, Gart., 
W. Le Neve, Clar., and H. St. George, Norr. No date. Grants I., 427 ; 
Had. MS. 1441, fo. 150. , 

Stepneth, Alban, of Prendergast, co. Pemb., 3rd s. of Thomas, of St. Alban s, 
? original grant in full in Latin 15 March 1605-6, by Camden. Had. MS. 
7025, fo. 200 ; see also quarterly coat, Harl. MS. 6095, fo. 5 ; Ilarl. MS. 
1422, fo. 108 ; Le Neve's MS. 282, 499. 
Stepnethe, Robert, of East Hamburnells, Essex, confirmed quartedy. (Harvey's 

Grants), Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 21" ; Le Neve's MS. 356. 
Stermyn, William, of Wisbech, s. of John, late of the Isle of Ely, co. Camb., 
granted by the late Clar. (Cooke), and confirmed, 29 May 1593, by 
W. Dethick, Gart. Stowe MS. 676, fo. 89, 102" ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 36, 
fo. 23, copy of grant. 
Stevens (Thomas), of Estington, co. Glouc, attorney to Hen., Prmce of Wales, 
confirmed 1606, Stevens quartering Lugg, by Camden. Harl. MSS. 1422, 
fo. 109, and 6095, fo. 20" ; Guil. 381 ; Harl MS. 5887, fo. 26, 48". 
„ Henrv, of Culham, Berks, 3 Dec. 1694, by T. St. George, Gart. and Clar. 
Grants IV., fo. 173 ; Had. MS. 1085, fo. 58. 
Stevenson, John, Esq., of Stanton and Elton-in-the-Peak, co. Derby, [the heiress] 
mar. [Holden], etc., grant 14 June 1688, by T. St. George, Clar., and 
J. Dugdale, Norr. Had. MS. 6834, fo. 49"; Stowe MS. 714, fo. 125; 
Grants IV., 11 ; Guil. 262. 
Stewarde, Augustine, see Stywarde. 

Steward, Nicholas, of Okhey (? Essex), allowed 10 March 1586-7, by Cooke. Guil. 
273, and Burke. 
Robert, of Ely, clerk, certif. of various Steward bearings, 14 Sept. 1520, 
bv Sir T. Wriothesley, Gart. Add. MS. 15,644, fo. 2 ; see Had. MS. 6887, 
fo. 11", as Styward, 27 June 1543; by W. Harvey in Le Neve's MS. 
503-4. 
„ Richard, D.D., dean of H.M.'s Chapel, at Jersey 8 Feb. 1649-50, augmenta- 
tion and alteration by Sir E. Walker, Gart. Her. Coll., 2. 
Stewarde, Symeon, of Lakinghcott, SuflP., grant 1 M:iy 1558, by Harvey. Add. 

MSS. 15,644, fo. 60", and 16,940, fo. 31. 
Stewkley, Thomas, of Marshe, co. Somerset, crest given 21 June 1595, 37 Q. Eliz., 
by R. Lee, Clar. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 17 ; Had. MSS. 1359, fo. 16, and 
5887, fo. 90 ; date 1597 in Stowe MS. 670, fo. 59. 
Still, John, D.D., late Master of Trin. Coll., Camb., and Vicc-Chanc. of that 
Univ., Bp. of Bath and Wells, grant 10 April 1590, by W. Dethick, Gart. 
Stowe MS. 076, fo. 90", 106 ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 36, fo. 31, copy of 
grant. 
Stockdale, Christopher, of Bilton Park (2nd s. of Robert Walters of Cuudale, 
Yorks) (assumed surname and arms of Stockdale by royal sign manual), 
19 Feb. 1694-5. Grants IV., 187 ; Guil. 421, by St. George, Gart. and 
Norr. 
„ Robert, of Lockington, Yorks, gent., arms confirmed and crest given 28 June 
1582, by Flower. MS. Ashm. 844, fo. 54, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; 
Had. MS. 1359, fo. 33 ; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 35 ; Guil. 333 ; Had. MS. 
5887, fo. 21. ,„ „r • , , J 

Stockwood, Edward, of Westm., gent., arms 10 June 1522, by T. W riothesley and 

T. Benolte. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 97. 
Stone, ..... of London, arg., three cinquefoils sa., a chief az., by W. Segar, Gart. 
Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 107 ; crest, out of a ducal coronet a gritlin's head 



24i GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

erm. betw. a pair of wings or, Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 59''. {See Sir Kicbard 

and William.) 
Stone, . . . ., of London, fishmonger, gn., an eagle displayed or, gorged with a dncal 

crown az., by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 107". 
„ John, of London, .... sa., a fesse betw. three tigers passant or ; crest, out of 

a ducal coronet a demi-peacock with wings expanded or, .... by Cooke. 

Harl. MSS. 1S59, fo. 93, and 1422, fo. 59" ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 37. 
„ Sir Richard, of Suckling, Sheriff of Hunts, temp. Chas. L, confirmed .... 

1614 ?, granted .... 1515, arg., three cinquefoils sa., a chief az. (Berry.) 
„ Thomas, of London, merch', who mar. Elizabeth, d. and h. of William Lufkin, 

Stone quartering 2 Brickleston, 3 Girdler, 4 Lufkin, .... by Segar. Add. 

MS. 12,225, fo. 106" ; C. 24 [Visit, of London, 1634], fo. 447", Her. Coll. ; 

Guil. 892 : [Lufkin, on escutcheon of pretence in the Visit, of Lond., 

1634]. 
„ Thomas, of Wedmore, Kent, and of Somerset, .... 1588, by Ro. Cooke, Clar. 

Stowe MS. 670, fo. 24". 
„ Thomas, of Framfield, Sussex, 4 Dec. 1628 (14 Dec. in Guil. 137), by Segar. 

Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 106" ; Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 59" ; [Visit, of] Sussex 

[1633], C. 27, 42, Her. Coll. 
„ Thomas, the elder, of Bedingham, s. of William, of Stockton, Norf., 12 May 

1681, by Sir W. Dngdale, Gart., and H. St. George, Clar. Harl. MS. 

6834, fo. 178 ; Grants IIL, 129. 
„ William, of London, granted .... 1583 by Cooke, confirmed 1614 by Segar: 

"to ... . Stone of London." Arms, arg., three cinquefoils sa., a chief az. 

Crest, out of a ducal coronet or a griffin's head erm., beaked and wings 

displayed or. Cooke's Grants, Her. Coll., fo. 2 : Add. MSS. 12,225, fo. 107, 

and 14,295, fo. 34 ; Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 98, and 1422, fo. 59"; Guil. 

136 ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 36. See above. 
„ Sir William, of London, fishmonger, s. of Reginald, 2 Jan by Segar and 

Camden : arms, or, on a pale az. three escallops of the first, and crest. 

Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 107 ; Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 18", 59, and 6095, fo. 4 ; 

Guil. 244. See above. 
Stonehouse, George, of Little Peckhara, Kent, gent., crest 1 or 5 Feb., 2 and 3 

Philip and Mary, 1555-6, by Sir G. Dethick, Gart. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, 

fo. 61, copy of grant ; MSS. Ashm. 840, fo. 387, and 858, fo. 195, copy of 

grant, Bodleian Uh. ; 5'" in Grants L, 226 ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 64. 
Stoner (or Stover), .John, of Essex, gift 1561, 3 Q. Eiiz. Add. MS. 16,940, 

fo. 16, "p fece sa. & golde, a pale engrailed & counterchanged in every 

poinct of ye fierst, an eagle displaid of the secounde, [Crest] on a wrethe 

argeut & sable an ounse passant azur Besantey w"' a crowne about the 

necke & a cheyne gold." 
Stones, Christopher, D.I)., Chancellor of York Cathedral, late preb. of Lowton 

[Laughton], etc., 26 Oct. 1666, by W. Dugdale, Norr. Stone in Her. 

Cull. ; Surtees Soc, XLI., liii, has Stones. 
„ Thomas, of Musboro, co. Derby, 21 July 1693, by Thos. St. George, Gart. 

and Norr. Grants IV., 147. 
Stonestreet, George, of Lewes, Sussex, gent., 11 Jan. 1662-3. Bysshc's Grants, 

fo. 23, Her. Coll. ; Harl. MSS. 1105, fo. 21, and 6179, fo. 54. 
Stokley, see Stanley. 
Stonyngs, Gregory, of Litchfield, co. Staff., arms and crest ; grant in a later hand. 

Barker's Grants, Stowe MS. 692, fo. 86 ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 9. 
Stonywell, Abbot, Hen. VIII. Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 53 ; Harl. MS. 1116, 

fo. 22", sa., on a chev., betw. three cinquefoils [qnatrefoils ?] or, pierced 

gu. [or s.], as many palm leaves vert, on a chief or a ducal coronet gu. betw. 

two blackbirds [birds sable]. 
Story, John, Kineton (or Kneeton), Notts, gent., 29 Dec. 1676, by Sir W. Dugdale. 

Harh MS. 6834, fo. 178 ; Grants IIL, 48. 



GRA.NTEBS OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CEXTUKY. 245 

Stotjrton, Edward, of co. Line, confirmed quartering 2, Cawley of Staff., and 

a, Smith of CO. Leic, lfil8, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 107^ ^ 

Stowe, William, of Newton-next-Trent, co. Line, gent., 14 June KJGO, by Sir E. 
Walker, (iart. Add. MSS. 14,298, fo. 102, and 14,294, fo. 34 ; Harl. 
JISS. 1172, to. 71", and 1441, fo. 152. 
Strachy, William, of Ruthuuies in Saffron Walden, Essex, grant 4 Jnly 1587, by 
Cooke. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 8» ; copy of grant, Brit. Mus., Harl. MS. 1359, 
fo. 107* ; Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 93" ; Add. MS. 49U6, fo. 30". 
Strangways, Giles, of Stynysford, Dorset, Esq. of the body, crest 24 Jan. 1512-13, 
by T. Wriothesley, (Jart., and Benolte, Clar. Stowe MS. 676, fo. 9 ; MS. 
Aslnn. 834, fo. 2", copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. 
Street, Humfry, of London, descended out of Derbyshire, by Segar. Add. MS. 

12,225, fo. 108. 
Strellf.y, Robert, of Bowdon, co. Leic, and one of the Privy Council to Q. Mary, 
15 Dec. 1555, by W. Hervye, Clar. (Norr.). Geneal, vol. iv., p. 193 ; 
Rawlinson MS. (Bodleian Lib.) Misc. 116, fo. 126 ; Add. MS. 16,940, 
fo. 7. 

Stretley, Stretley, co. Staff., 1583, arg., a hound passant gu. Berry. 

Streye, crest .... Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 94" ; Stowe MS. 

692, fo. 84. ,^ , TT , 

Streynsham, Thomas, of Canterbury, confirmed 4 May 1577, by Cooke. Harl. 
MS. 1359, fo. Ill ; MS. Ashm. 834, fo. 16, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; 
lliiil. JIS. 1422, fo. 95" ; Guil. 32 ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 60. 
Stkicklani), William, of Bovncon-ou-the-Would, Yorks, gent., gift 15 April 1550, 
4 Ed. VL, by Harvey. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 33" ; Add. MSS. 14,295, 
fo. 36", 74, and 16,940, fo. 7 ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 68". 
Stringer, Anthony, of London, gift, .... 1557. (Harvey's Grants), Add. MS. 
16,940, fo. 36". 
„ Stephen, of Goudliurst, Esq.,"! 

., John, of Ashford, Is Nov. 1664. Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 19; 

„ Edward, \ of Goudliurst in r Bysshe's (irants, fo. 14, Her. Coll. 
„ Thomas, J Kent, J 

„ Thomas, of Bexwells, Essex, 1677, ?by Sir E. Bysshe, Clar. Harl. MS. 1 lOi), 
fo. 42". 
Stripling, George, of London, 4 May 1663. Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 18"; Bysshe's 

Grants, fo. 10, Her. Coll. ; Guil. 348 ; Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 31. 
Sturgeon, Roger, of Whepstcd, Suff., quarterly, exemplified and confirmed to him 
and to his brethren by Camden. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 20", and 6095, 
fo. 10". 
Sturt, Anthony, late one of the Commissioners for victualling H.M.'s royal navy 
(s. of Humphrey, of Yateley, Hunts), and to .losepli and Nathaniel, his 
nephews, 19 Oct. 1691, by T. St. George, Gart. and Clar. Stowe MS. 714, 
fo. 71, 160 ; Grants IV., 91 ; Harl. MS. 1085, fo. 56. 
Stydolph, Elizabeth, wife to John Birch, coat only, by Barker. Harl. MS. 5846, 
fo. 20 ; Foss' Judges, 5th S., 462, M.L St. (iiles-in-the-fields ; Stowe MS. 
702, fo. 115 ; 4 quarterings in Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 87. 
Style, .... crest .... Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 94" ; Stowe MS. 

692, fo. 84. ^^„^ 

Stile, Humfrev, s. of John, of Bromley, Kent, 28 March 1529, 20 H. VIIL, 
by T. Wriothesley, Gart. (Stowe MS. 714, fo. 186), who died 24 Nov. 
1534. , ,, 

Stileman, Anthony, of Steeple Aston, Wilts, confirmed 6 May 1562, by Harvey. 

Add. iLS. 16.040. fo. 14". 
Styward, Augustiue, s. oif Svmou, of Lakenheath, Suff., exemplification by Cooke, of 
a Charter of Chas. VL of France granting an augmentation of arms to 
Alexander, s. of Andrew Stywart of Scotland, and dated at Paris 1 July 
1563, 5 Eliz.; e.xemplified 14 Feb. 1573-4, 6 Eliz., by Cooke. MSS. Ashm. 



246 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

834, to. 2, aud 858, fo. 29, 30, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; see Le Neve's 

MS. 505. 
Styward, Simon, see Steward. 
Suckling, .... at Norwich 13 Aug. 20 Eliz., by Cooke, Clar. Harl. MS. Uil, 

fo. 152. 
„ Sir John, crest 26 Nov. 1617, by Camden ; Capt. of a troop of horse 1640. 

Had. MS. 1441, fo. 152 ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 44". 
Sudbury, Town of, co. Suffolk, 20 Sept. 1576, by Cooke. Cat. Her. Exhib. Soc. of 

Antiq., p. 68. 
SuDELL, Roger, of Preston, Lane, 14 May 1686, by Sir T. St. George, Cart., 
„ William, of Wanley, Yorks, / and J. Dugdale, Norr. Harl. MS. 6834, 
fo. 178 ; Grants IIL, lb. 299 ; Lansd. MS. 

867, fo. 52 ; Harl. MS. 1085, fo. 58. 
Suffolk, Lady Frances, late Duchess of, augmentation, letters patent, at palace of 

Westminster 3 Dec, 2 Q. Eliz., 1559, by G. Dethick, Gart., and Harvey. 

Harl. MS. 6064, fo. 49 ; Le Neve's MS. 427. 
SuGDEN, William, of London, confirmed .... 1565. (Harvey's Grants), Add. MS. 

16,940, fo. 11. 
Summer Islands Company, of the City of London, foi' the plantation of the Islands, 

coat and supporters 4 Aug. 1635, by Borough, Gart. Stowe MS. 697, 

fo. 106" ; Caius Coll. Camb. MS. 551. 
Sumner, see Somner. 
Superantio (Soranzo), Jacobus, a patrician of Venice, grant 5 Feb. 1551-2, 

6 Ed. VI. MS. Ashm. 858, fo. 21, 22, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; 

Le Neve's MS. 466. 
Surgeons' Compy., of London, gift .... 155- or 156-, by (? Harvey). Add. MS. 

16,940, fo. 42" ; see Barbory and Surgery, 1451. 
SuTCLiFFE, John, groorae of the privy chamber to K. Chas., by Segar. [" A., an 

Elephant passant S." "Crest, viz'. On a wreath a demi-man armed in antique 

mail 0., holding in his right hand a Speare in pale of ye same, his left 

a Kembe [akimbo]. His shoulder belt G."] Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 108; 

in Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 14, difference in crest [trick of Arms, A., an 

elephant passant sable, tusks or, and Crest, man in chain mail ppr, sword 

belt gules, baton in the right hand, in bend Or] (1 Sept. 1624), to John 

Suckliffe of Melroid, esq. of the body to K. Jas., by William Segar, Gart. ; 

Guil. 146. 
Sutton, Richard, s. of John, of Henley, s. of William, of Edeu Hall, co. Staff., by 

Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 106, and 1422, fo. 59 ; Add. MS. 4966, 

fo. 92" ? ; a different coat in Stowe MS. 670, fo. 46". 
„ Richard, chevalier, maistre a 1' Hostell de la niaison de Syon en la counte de 

Middlesex, crest 26 Sept., a° 16 [Hen. VIII.], 1524, by Wriothesley, Gart. 

Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 95 ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 85". 
„ Thomas, of Over Haddon, co. Derby, crest 26 Nov. 1550, by Harvey. Harl. 

MS. 1422, fo. 59 ; Add. MSS. 14,295, fo. 32", and 16,940, fo. 56. Another 

crest 24 Oct. 1566, with liberty to use either of them, by G. Dethick, Gart., 

Flower and Cooke. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 32" ; Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 117", 

and 1486, fo. 31. 
„ AV^lliam, of Maxfeld or Macclesfield, Cheshire, .... April 1575, by Flower. 

Harl. MSS. 1453, fo. 74, and 1535, fo. 27". 
Swale, Francis, of Yorkshire, by R. St. George, Norr. Visitation [?]. 

„ Richard, of London, D.C.L., a cadet of de Swale of Kirklington, crest granted 

29 March 1591 or 1592, by W. Dethick. Stowe MS. 676, fo. 84", 94 ; 

Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 36, fo. 5, copy of grant. 
Swallow, Thomas, Surveyor of the Mint, 25 April 1668, by Sir E. Walker, Gart. 

Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 23 ; Her. Coll., fo. 64. 
Swalman, William, of Canterbury, gift .... 1565. (Harvey's Grants), Add. MS. 

16,940, fo. 56". 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 247 

SwANN, Anne, ux. 1st R. Wilcocks, 2nd of Ownerley ; not a grunt, 1585, by Cooke's 
deputy. Stowe MS. 070, fo. 12. 

„ Francis, of Wye, in Kent, 1588, by Cooke. Hail MSS. 1359, fo. 108\ 

and 1422, fo. 94 ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 31. 
Sw.w.N'K, William, born in Somerset, arras 29 Jan., 39 Hen. VI. (MOO-Ol) [by 
Gnvan King of Armes, "that hce bears Azure, a Ciieveron of golde betwene 
three brode arrowe heads of the same, A Chiefc gules with three niaydeus 
heads [proper] in there lieare" [or]. Sketch of a broken seal bearing] On 
a fesse, betw. three fleurs-de-lis, as many bucks' heads and two woodmen 

with staves for supporters [round the edge the letters] W.R [on one 

side and] G I N [on the other]— the arms of Wickesworth, i.e., John 
Wrexworth, Guyan King of Arms. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 5\ copy of the 
patent; and also Q's Coll. Oxf. MSS. 37, fo. 4, and 38, fo. 4, and in MS. 
146, fo. 17 ; Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 12, 1422, fo. l^ 1470, fo. 154^ and 
1507, fo. 10^ copy of grant, Brit. Mus., and Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 2. 
„ William (ais Thomas), gent., citizen and mercht. adventurer of Loudon, who 
produced a grant of the said ? coat to William Swayne of Somerset, his 
progenitor, under the hand of Guion King of Arms, 29 Jan., 39 H. VI., 
1460-61 ; confirmed 10 July 1612, by Segar and Camden. Add. MS. 
12,225, fo. 108"; Guil. 335 gives the date as 10 June 1602 ; Harl. MS. 
6095, fo. 38. 

SwEiT, Sir Giles-, Knt., D.C.L., Dean of Arches, confirmed 10 Aprd 1665, by 
Walker. Add. MSS. 14,293, fo. 32, and 14,294, fo. 5 ; Guil. 129. 

SwEETAPLE, Sir John, citizen and late Sheriff, city of London, grant 25 Aug. 1699, 
by T. St. George, Gart., and H. St. George, Clar. Misc. Gen. et Her., 
2nd S., vol. i., p\ 133 ; Grants IV., 306. 

SwETTENHAM, Lawreiicc, of Somerford, Cheshire, crest granted 9 Feb. 1568-9, by 
Sir G. Dethick, Gart., Cooke and Flower. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 150, 
copy of grant (MS. 145, fo. 16") ; MSS. Ashm. 844, fo. 5, and 858, fo. 147, 
copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 54, and 1441, fo. 71 ; 
Gui'l. 298. 

SwiFTE, John, of London, one of H.M.'s auditors, ? granted 2 Feb. 1560-61, and 
confirmed 20 Oct. 1561, by Sir G. Dethick, Gart. Q's Coll. Oxf. MSS. 37, 
fo. 39 (4 Feb.), and 39, fo. 119 (20 Oct.), copy of grant, MS. 145, fo. 12 ; 
and Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 61 (20 Oct.) ; Grants L, 174. 

Swift, (Sir) Robert, Rotheram, Yorks, 10 May 1562, by Sir G. Dethick, Gart. 
Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 66 ; 1567 in Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 8" ; Grants II., 
052. 

SwYNBOURNE, John, of Chopwall in the Bpk. of Durham, Esq., s. of John, nat. s. 
of Thomas, s. of John, of Netherton, Northumbld., confirmed 6 Sept. 
1551, 6 Ed. VI., by W. Harvey, Norr. Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 6"; 
Grants II., 553. 

SwiNGLEHURST, . . . ., of the East India Company, .... 1016, by E. Bysshe. 
Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 17". 

SwiNxN-EKTON, John, merch' taylor and Sheriff of London, .... 1602, by Cooke. 
Ld. Mayor 1612, two ci'ests in Berry ; Guil. 57. 

SWYNOKE, Thomas, the elder, of Maidstone, Kent, exemplified by R. St. George, 
Clar. Add. MS. 14,295, to. 102 ; Harl. MSS. 6179, fo. 65, and 1432, 
fo. 327". 

Syer, Robert, of Isham, Northts., s. of Roger, etc., confirmed 11 Feb. 1614-15, by 
Camden. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 123; Harl. MS. 1507. fo. 367 ? ; copy 
of confirmation, Cains Coll. Camb. MS. 551, fo. 19" ; Harl. MSS. 5839, 
fo. 30\ and 6095, fo. 28", as Sayer ; Morgan's Sphere (ii.), 114 ; Guil. 
207, as Syer ; see also grant of a different coat to Adie Sara about 
the same date, Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 38", as Sayre ; Le Neve's MS. 327, 
367. 

Sylesden, Thomas, of Finchamfield, Essex. Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 76. 



248 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

Symes, William, of Chard, Somt., (6 Aug.) 1591, by Cooke. Had. MSS. 1422, 

fo. 15", and 5887, fo. 82, azure, three escallops in pale or ; Stowe MS. 070, 

fo. 55. 
Symmings or Simings, John, of Loudon, Doctor in physick, s. of 'William, of 

Coventry, and of Alice his wife, d. and b. to Owen Hall of Anglesey, and 

lieir by her mother's side to Richard Lovett of Wyrardisbury, Bucks (grant 

17 Jan. l.oGO-Cl, by Dalton), confirmed 1568, by Cooke. New coat and 

crest G July 1574, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 48", 87" ; Add. MSS. 

14,295, fo. 47, and 49C6, fo. 69", 67 ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 60. M.B. of 

Bolosjiia ; incorporated at 0.\ford in 1554 ; died 7 July 1588. 

Symon, Rvco^ of Loudon, Hen. VII. Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 60". 

Simons, Edwaid, ..f :Marden, Kent, grant 19 Feb. 1G62-3. Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 17"; 

Add. ilS. i4,-J9o, fo. 3" ; Bysshe's Grants, fo. 5, Her. Coll. ; Guil. 397. 
Symoxds, Giles, 8. of Thomas, of West Stafford, Dorset, gent., crest granted 24 June 

1590, by \V. Dethick, Gart. Stowe MS. 676, fo. 117" ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 

30, fo. 50, copy of grant. 
Symmanes or Symones, Jolui, of Iiondon, Surveyor of the Castell, Dover, 1591, by 

Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 112", and 1422, fo. 65"; Stowe MS. 670, 

fo. 40". 
Symonds, Richard, of Gt. Yeldham, Esse.x, s. of John, of Newport, Salop, coat 

confiimed and crest granted 10 Jan. 1625-6, by R. St. George, Clar. Her. 

and Geneal., iii., 431 ; ? copy of grant, Brit. Mus. 
Symons or SiJtoxs, Robert, of Wilesford, co. Camb., Jan. 1005-6, by W. Camden : 

arms, az., a fess engrailed or betw. three demi-lions [? with two tails or] 

arg. Crest, out of a mural coronet gu. three arrows [two in saltire and 

one in pale] oi-, feathered arg., tied with a blue riband. Harl. MSS. 1422, 

fo. 18", 6095, fo. 3", and 1401, fo. 48" [with pedigree]. 
Symonds, William, of Lyme Regis, Dorset, .... 1587, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, 

fo. 107", and 1422, fo. 65" ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 31". 
SiMONDS, William, Thomas and Richard, of Dorset (of E.xeter), 20 Q. Eliz., 1577, 

by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1427, fo. 75" ; Burke adds, grant of 2nd and 3rd 

quarterings 29 Eliz., 1587 ; Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 15". 
Syms, Edward, of Daventry, Northts., granted .... 1592, by Cooke., Harl. MSS. 

1359, fo. 104, and 1422, fo. 95 ; Guil. 91 ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 85". 
Syseley, Clement, of Barrow Hall, Essex, gent., s. of Richard, s. of Francis, s. of 

Christopher, s. of Francis, of Founteyns, Yorks, gent., confirmed 31 Dec. 

1500, by Dalton. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 45. 



Tadlowe, John and James, s. of William, of London, 1478, 13 Ed. IV., by Thos. 

(Holme), Clar. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 12, and 1441, fo. 40. 
Tailler, George, of Lingfield, Surrey, 23 May 1535, by Tonge, Clar. Stowe MS. 

692, fo. 89" ; Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 101", by Barker, Gart.; Harl. MS. 5887, 

fo. 0. 
Talbott, Thomas, of Wyndam, Norfolk, crest .... 1584, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 

1359, fo. 116"; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 37 ; Guil. 190; Add. MS. 4966, 

fo. 29". 
Talcarne, .... on "A fesse (between) iij Cornyshe chowghes theyre heades turned 

backe s., bekyd & membryd g., on the fesse a sheefe (garb) bet. ij [trick, 

? crosses crosslet fitchee gold] or ; of Coruewall." Barker's Grants, Stowe 

MS. 092, fo. 90. 
Tau.ow Chandi-ers' Company, of Loudon, patent 24 Sept. 1450, temp. Edw. IV., 

by John Smert, Gart. ; confirmation of coat, correction of crest and grant 

of supprs. 29 Jan. 1002-.", by Camden and Segar. In French, Add. MSS. 



aRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 2i9 

14,295, fo. 20", and 12,225, fo. 27 ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 72 ; Her. i»nd 

Gciieal, i., 120, 123 ; Cat. Heraldic Exliib. Soc. '.1 Antiq., p. 60. 
Tatton, .... qnarterina; Mereton and crest, by Cooke. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 82. 
Taveuner, Francis, of Hexton, co. Herts, s. of Peter, of Hexton, s. of liicimrd, of 

Wooder, Oxon., 1st s. of John, of North Ellingham, Norfolk, brother to 

Roger, of Upminster, Essex: a patent .... Feb. 1611-1.'), ? crest l)y 

Camden. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 38", and 6095, fo. 29 ; Gnil. 371. 
„ i{o!j;er. of Upminster, Essex, surveyor to Q. Eliz., crest 3 May 1570, by Sir 

(i. Dethiek, Gart. Add. MS. 14,293, fo. 21 ; confirmed .... May 1575, 

17 Q. Eliz., Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 82 ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 36. 
Tawk, .lolm, of the Inner Temple and of Hadley, Middx., coat and crest 30 April, 

;17 H. VI ri., 1546, by Barker. Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 102"; Stowe MS. 692, 

fo. 89" (37 H. VIII.) : Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 8. 
Tavi.oi-u of Parkhouse, Kent, 1588. Berrv. Altered by R. St. George, 

Xt.rr., Feb. 1605. Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 37". 
Taylor of Lane and Lindon, 24 Dec. 1674, erm., on a chief eudeiUed sa. 

three escallops or ; crest, a demi-lion rampant sa. holding betw. iiis paws 

a ducal coronet or. Berry. 
Tayler (Edward, Guil. 290), of Girdlers' Hall, London [descended from that name 

and family in the North] : or, on a chev. sa. three annulets of the field, in 

chief two iyons passant of tiie second ; certified bv Segar, Gart. Add. MS. 

12,225, fo. 109; C. 24 [Visit, of London, 1634], fo. 148", Her. Coll. ; 

Guil. 290 ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 76 ; see Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 37". 
Taylor, George, of Chesterfield, co. Derby, Esq., Justice of the peace, late merchant 

of the East India Co., London, 6 Dec. 1662, by \V. Dugdale, Norr. Harl. 

MS. 1105, fo. 60, and Her. Coll. ; Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 131". 
„ James, of Gomersall, Yorks. D.D., crest confirmed 27 Feb. 1606-7, by R. St. 

George, Norr. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 54. 
„ . . . ., Or, oQ a chevron sable three mullets argt., in chief two Iyons rampant 

of the second. Altered by R. St. George, Norr., Feb. 1605, the mullets 

being taken off the chevron and a lozenge sable added in the base. HarL 

MS. 5887, fo. 37". 
„ John, ais Barker, of Gloucester, gent., 20 July, 5 E. VI., 1551, granted by 

Sir G. Dethiek, Gart. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 36, copy of grant ; MS. 

Ashm. 858, fo. 18, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 61, 

and 1422, fo. 13; Grants!.. 137 ; Harl. MSS. 6140, fo. 62, and 1116, 

fo. 51". 
Tayler, John, of Thurnham, Kent 1589, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, 

.fo. 96, and 1422, fo. 87". 
Taylouu, John, of London, 11 Sept. 1592, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. Ill", 

and 1422, fo. 87" ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 93". 
Tayloh, John, of Loudon : Taylor quartering Bender and Seley, by Cooke. Harl. 

JIS. 13,-);i, fo. 118 ; .\dd. MS. 4966, fo. 100" ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 72. 
„ John, of Easton, Bedf., 4th s. of John, of Brekerton, Yorks, 12 April 1635, 

by Sir R. St. George, Clar. An esquire to Heury, Lord Clifford, made 

K.B. at the creation of Henry, Prince of Wales. Surtees Soc, XLI., li. 
Taylour, John, of London, .... by W. Ryley, Lane. Her. Stowe iilS. 703, 

fo. 64. 
Taylor, Richard, of Grimsbury, par. of Bolnluirst, Bedf., a Bencher of Line. Inn, 

s. of Thomas, s. of Thomas, etc., arms confirmed, with a difference, and 

crest granted 15 July 1624, by Sir R. St. George, Clar. Harl. MS. 1507, 

fo. 395 ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 140, copy of grant ; Harl. MS. 1105, 

fo. 7 ; Le Neve's MS. 395. 
„ Richard, of Wallingwells, Notts, 8 Nov. 1682, by Sir W. Dugdale and Norroy. 

Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 178 ; Grants III., fo. 170. 
„ Robert, of London, 1st s. of Thomas, of Cumberld., gent., crest 20 Mar. 

1565-6, 8 Q. Eliz., by Sir G. Dethiek. Cott. MS. Faust., E. 1, 19. 

K K 



250 GRANTEES OF AUMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

Taylor. Robert, of London, Sheriff, .... 1592, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, 

fo. 87^ and 1422, fo. ST^ ; Add. MS. 496G, fo. 92". 
Taylour, Robert, of Steventon, Bedf., Nov. IClO, by Camden. Harl. MSS. 1422, 

fo. 21", and 6095, fo. 14 ; Stowe MS. 700, fo. 39" ; Guil. 102. 
Taylor, Roger, s. of Thomas, s. of Roger, of London, Esq., arms confirmed and 

crest granted 27 Dec. 1014, ? 1632, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 109 ; 

Guil. 244. Bur. in St. Botolph's, Aldersgate, London. Harl. MS. 1441, 

fo. 101 ; Le Neve's MS. 255. 
„ Thomas, of Battersey, Surrey, Cumberland in the grant, gent., s. of .John, of 

Heseldon Grange, co. Glouc, etc., 16 Dec. 1600, with reversion to the 

posterity of his father, by Camden, Clar. Stowe MS. 714, fo. 127 ; 

Grants IL, 632 ; Proe. Soc. of Antiq., 1897, 2nd S., xvi., p. 353. 
„ Thomas, of Thnrnham, Kent, quarterly, by Cooke's deputy. Stowe MS. 670, 

fo. 38. 
Tedcastell, John, of London, .... 1590, by Cooke (and Elizabeth Jlav, his wife, 

see). Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 94, and 1422, fo. 115". 
Temple, John, of Stowe, Bucks, .... 1593, by Cooke. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 56. 
„ Peter, of Burton Dassett, co. Warw., granted 8 Feb. 1569-70, by Sir G. 

Dethick, Cooke and Flower. Harl. MSS. 1441, fo. 72, and 1359, fo. 55"; 

IS"" Feb. in MS. Aslim. 844, fo. 42 (copy of grant, Bodleian Lib.) ; Guil. 

231 ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 161, copy of grant ; (MS. 145, fo. 24). 

Confirmation of arms and gift of crest by patent 10 Nov. 1570, by Cooke. 

Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 82, and 1422, fo. 52; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 23"; 

Grants I., 14 ; Harl. MS. 5889, fo. 44. 
„ Sir Richard, Knt. of the Bath and Bart., of Stowe, Bucks, exemplified 

25 July 1686, by H. St. George, Clar. Stowe MSS. 714, fo. 129", 130, and 

716, fo. 51" ; Grants IV., fo. 13. 
Temys, William, of London, quarterly, confirmed .... 1561, 4 Q. Eliz. (ILarvev's 

Grants), Add. J\IS. ICiUO. f.l 32 ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 10". 
Tenacre, Elizabeth, dau. nf Willimn. s. and h. of Henry, of Hailing, Kent, wife to 

John Thurston, late Slurill' and Alderm. of London, coat only, by Barker. 

Harl. MS. 5846, lo. lo3 ; Stowe MSS. 692, fo. 90, and 702, fo. 115. 
Tenant, John, of Scotton, n'' Richmond, Yorks, exemplified 1 April 1013, by 

R. St. George, Norr. MS. Ashm. 858, fo. 223-5, copy of grant, Bodleian 

Lib. ; Surtees Soc, XLL, xlvii. 
Tenche. Nicholas, of Salop, allowed 1 July 1628, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, 

fo. 109" ; Visit. London, 1634, C. 24, 318" ; Guil. 187 ; Harl. MS. 6197, 

fo. 86". 
Tenison, Philip, D.D. (rector of Hethersett [co. Norfolk]), Archdeacon of Norfolk, 

1 Dec. 1660, by Walker. Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 75 ; Misc. Gen. et Her., 

3rd S., vol. i., p. 225 ; Stowe MS. 670, fo. 82". 
Terrey, William, of London, draper, confirmed .... 1015, by Camden. Tirrey 

in Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 40; Harl. MS. 0095, fo. 39"; field ermine with 

different crest in Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 26 ; Le Neve's MS. 840. 
Terrick, John, of Clayton Griffith, co. Staff., c. 1590. Harl. MS. 1096, fo. 38". 
Tesh, Tristram, of co.' Yorks, coat and crest. Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, 

fo. 104. 
Tewy'DALL, Nicholas, of Staines, Middx., confirmed 155- or 156-. (Harvey's 

Grants), Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 33. 
Tet, John, of West Bromwich, co. Staff., out of Essex, confirmed or granted 

28 Aug. (1595 in Guil. 229), by W. Dethick, Gart. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 

30, fo. 118, copy of grant. 
Thacker, Thomas, of Highedge in Derbyshire, 1 May 1538, by W. Fellows, 

Norr. Egerton MS. 996, fo. 79" ; Harl. MS. 6104, fo. 110 ; Reliquary, 

xxii., 50. 
Thayre, .... of London and of Yorks, .... by Sir B. St. George. Harl. MS. 

6179, fo. 59", 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE KNJ) OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 251 

Thkkestone, Richard, of Thekestoiie, Yorkshire, confirmed 21 Feb. 1587-8, by 

Flower. MS. Ashm. 844, Fo. 73, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Guii. 409. 
Thelwall, .lohii. of Bathawanie Park, co. i)ciii)i!?li, 26 .June 1608, by Sir R. St. 

Geor!.-e, Esq. [Xorr.J. Harl. MS. 2586, fo. 124 ; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 60 ; 

Welsh Pedisrrees, Fliutsh., p. 124, Her. Coll. ; 17"' ol' Jiiue in Harl. MS. 

6179, to. l;K 
Theobald, Stephen, of St-alc, Kent, Esq., arras quarterly, confirmed and crest 

given .... 1583, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 120, and 1422, fo. 118, 

of Seale ; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 34" ; Guil. 74. 
of Barkin-, Suff., 1631, by R. St. George, Clar. Harl. MS. 1085, 

fo. 16". 
Thistlewayte, Alexander, s. of (riles, of Winterslowe, Wilts, arms confirmed and 

crest granted 29 April 1607, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 109" ; 

Guil. 334. 
Thomas, .... of London, .... Feb. 1606-7, by Camden. Harl. MSS. 1422, 

fo. 20, and 6095, fo. 8". 
„ Edmund, ats Harpwaye, of Gwenvoe Castle in Wales, allyed to many honble. 

and worthy families as appears by his pedigrees ; arms confirmed and crest 

granted .... by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 110". 
„ Richard, of Clifford's Inn, London, gent., a filazer of the Court of Common 

Pleas, .... July 1609, by Camden. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 20", and 6095, 

fo. 10" ; Guil. 226. 
„ Robert, of Wrotham, Kent, 12 May 1574, by Sir G. Dethick, Gart. Harl. 

MSS. 5823, fo. 34", and 1441, fo. 140 ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 34" ; 

Stowe MS. 703, fo. 35. 
„ Robert, seal clerk of the Exchequer, temp. Q. Eliz., assigned 9 .July 1599, by 

Camden. Guil. 193. Apparently an error for Robert Seale, clerk, etc. : 

argt., a fesse az. betw. three wolves' heads erased sa., and a crescent for 

difference. 
„ AVilliam, of Llan Thomas, co. Brecon, geut., granted 1 Feb., 6 Ed. VL, 

1551-2, by Hawley. Harl. MSS. 1470, fo. 189, and 1507, fo. 435, copy of 

gran:, Brit. Mus. ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 4" ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MSS. 38, fo. 58, 

and 39, fo. 34, 37, copies also of grant ; Grants II., 442 ; Guil. 267 ; 

Le Neve's MS. 435. 
,, William, of Lewes, Sussex, descended out of the principality of Wales, grant 

14 May 1608, by Segar. Add. MSS. 12,225, fo. 110, and 12,442, fo. 9 ; 

1628 in Guil. 96 [? misprint for 1608]. 
„ William, of Selling, Kent (mar. Bridget, dau. of Stephen Worley of Scuthington, 

par. of Tliong,''Kent), s. of Robert, of Wrotham, s. of John, of the same ; 

confirmed 17 July 1622, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 110 ; June in 

Guil. 226. 
ToMPSON, Allen, of London, 1599, by W. Dethick, Gart. Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 35. 
TOMSON, crest Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 103" ; Stowe MS. 

692, fo. 90. 
„ Henry, of Esholt, Yorks, gent., one of the Kiuges Majesties gent, at armes at 

Boleigne. gift 15 April 1559, 1 Q. Eliz., by Dalton. Harl. MSS. 1394, 

fo. 337, and 1359, fo. 41" ; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 74. 
Thomson, Hurafiey, of Richmondshire, gift .... 1553 (Harvey, Norr.). Add. MS. 

16,940, fo. 6. 
„ John, one of the Queen's Majesties Audidir-, ]« .liniee 1 March 1562-3, with 

arms and crest subscribed by W. IIihm v (A.-r:' l,")73) ; certified, confirmed 

and allowed, 12 Feb. 1572-3, by Sir Cilli. Dutlii.k, Gart. : "of right ought 

to have 4 coats & 3 crests," depicted above (for Thompson, Chudworth, 

Glover and Sravthe), by Cooke. (Dorothy Gilbert, his wife, see.) Harl. 

MS.S. 1115, fo. 16, 1359, fo. 11", 1422, fo. 3", and 1116, fo. 62 ; Add. MS. 

16,940, fo. 22", name only ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 146, fo. 23 ; see Lincolnshire 

Peds. [Harl. Soc.]. 



252 GRANTEES OP ARMS TO THE ENB OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

Thompson, Rowland, of Thorp Market, Norfolk, 12 Jan. 1602-3, by Camden. 
(Berry.) [Confirmed to Rowland Tompson, son of Mathew Tompsou " of 
the auntient familie of Thompson of Tinmouth Castle in Northumberland," 
12 January or 12 June 1602-3.] 

„ Samuel, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 104, and 1422, fo. 43 ; Add. 

MS. 4966, fo. 92. 
Thomson, Thomas, of Kenfield, par. of Petham, Kent, gent., s. of Thomas, of 
Sandwich, Kent, confirmed 3 Jan. 1600-1, and to the posterity of his 
father, by W. Dethick, Clart., and Camden. Stowe MS. 676, fo. 134" ; 

Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 36, fo. 88, copy of grant ; Allen in Harl. MS. 6140, 

fo. 35, in the year 1599. 
Thompson, Thomas, of Warmsfield, Yorks, s. of Thomas, .... 1612, by R. St. 

George, Norr. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 43 ; Stowe MS. 706, fo. 17 ; Harl. MS. 

1085, fo. 37. 
Thorne, Robert, of Bristow and Bristow port, 3 H. VIII., 1511-12, bv Wriothesley, 

Gart., and Benolte, Clar. Harl. MS. 1116, fo. 41. 
Thorndyke, Francis, of Great Carleton, co. Line, s. of Nicholas, of the same, dec*", 

grant .... by Segar : arg., six guttes de sang, 3, 2, 1, ou a chief of the 

last three leopards' faces or. Crest, a damask rose ppr., leaves, thorns and 

stalk vert, at the foot of the stalk a beetle or, scarabee ppr., which is killed 

by the rose, they being of heterogeneous natures. Add. MS. 12,225, 

fo. 110^ 
Thornedike, Francis, of Burnell, co. Line, and brother 1 augmentation and new 
„ Herbert, of Greenfield, same co. / crest 20 Nov. 1616, 

by Camden : sa., a 

cross erm. betw. four leopards' faces or. Ciest, a demi-lion or holding 

a wreath ppr. Harl. MS. 1507, fo. 418, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. ; Harl. 

MS. 6095, fo. 34"; Q's Coil. Oxf. M.^. 38, fo. 130, copy of grant; 

Grants II., 568 ; Le Neve's MS. 339 and 418. 
Thorneholmb ais Chorley, .... 1594, by W. Dethick, Gart. ; entered by Brooke, 

York Her. Harl. MSS. 1453, fo. 33, and 3526, fo. 142". 
Thorneholme, John, of Hasthorpe, Yorks, gent., arms confirmed and crest given 

at Carthorpe 6 Sept. 1563, by Flower. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 32" ; IV^ Sept. 

in Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 31, 74 ; Harl. MS. G140, fo. 68. 
Thorney, Peter, of London, chirugeon, s. of John, out of Notts, coat confirmed 

and crest granted 10 Dec. 1615, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. HI ; 

Harl. MS. 1470, fo. 34, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. ; " surgeon " in Guil. 

374; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 75. 
Tuornehurst, Stephen, of city of Canterbury, gent., crest 11 Feb. 1575-6, by 

Cooke. Called Thorueyhurst in MS. Ashm. 834, fo. 4, copy of grant, 

Bodleian Lib. ; Guil. 258. 
Thornhauwh, John, of Fcnton, Notts, confirmed 4 Feb. 1582-3, by Flower. MS. 

Ashm. 834, fo. 56, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Add. MS. 14,295, 

fo. 92"; Reliquary, v. xviii., p. 16, and xxii., 244; Grants II., 625; 

Guil. 289. 
Thoknhill, Robert, of Walkrimyham, Notts, Esq., crest 14 June, 2 Ed. VI., 1548, 

by Glib. Dethick, Norr. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 20; Harl. MS. 1507, 

fo. 452, copies of grant (Brit. Mus.) ; Harl. MS. 1369, fo. 2 ; Grants L, 

318 ; Le Neve's MS. 452. 
Thornecroft, Edward, of Thornecroft, exemplified 10 Sept. 1651, by W. Ryley, 

Norr. MS. Ashm. 858, fo. 183, copy of exemplification, Bodleian Lib. 
Thornicroft, Edward, of Thornicroft, Cheshire, and 1 brothers, grant 29 Oct. 

„ John, of St. Andrew's, Holborn, Loudon, bar.-at-law, J 1687, by Sir T. St. 

George, Gart., Clar. 

and Norr. Vert., a mascle or betw. four crosslets arg. Crest, on a mural 

crown gu. a falcon volant ppr., jessed, membered and beaked or, betw. two 

palm branches of the last. (On 26 Nov. 1692 this grant of 1687 was 



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253 



declared to be a confirraatiou.) Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 178; Grants III., 
327 ; Lansd. MS. 867, fo. 52 ; Berry ; Grants IV., fo. 139 ; Stowe MS. 
716, fo. 37^ 
Thornley, Stephen, cicizeu and goldsmith of London, 8 Dec. 1655, by Sir ha. 
Bysshe. Copy of grant. Add. MS. 26,758, fo. 15 ; Misc. Gen. et Her., 
2nd S., ii., p. 294 ; ont of Cheshire in Stowe MS. 677, fo. 56 ; Ilarl. MS. 
6832, fo. 414. 
Thornton, . . . ., of Birdforth, Yorks, crest 1 July 1612, by R. St. George, Norr. 
Stowe MS. 706, fo. 15 ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 72". 
„ John, Alderm. of Hull, Yorks, circa 1563, by Flower. Harl. MSS. 1453, 

fo. 74, aud 6140, fo. 70. 

„ Kobert, of East Newton [Yorks], confirmed 4 Oct. 1563, by W. Flower, Norr. 

Surtees Soc, XLI., xl [««>e], LXIL, 359 ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 43 ; Grants 

II., 589. , ., , , 

„ Thomas, of Grendon, Middx., \ 12 March 1595-6, subscribed by 

„ Thomas, D.D., preb. of Ch. Cli., Oxon., / Lee, Clar. Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 

15^ differenced with a martlet, 
12 March 1595-6, by Lee, Clar. ; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 29 ; Harl. MSS. 
1359, fo. 32, and 1422, fo. 57'' ; Berry. 
Thohold, George, of Boston, co. Line, 10 Nov. 1631, alteration in arms and crest 
granted by Sir 11. Sc. George, Clar. Harl. MS. 1470, fo. 24, 27, 88, 89 ; 
Guil. 152. ., , 

„ Thomas, of Marston, co. Line, (juarterly of 4, confirmed 9 April 1574, by 
Sir G. Dethick. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 81" ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, 
fo. 33". ^ , 

THOROTO>f, Robert, of Car Colston, Notts, geut., D. Phys., 12 May 1663, by 

W. Dugdale, Norr. Her. Coll. 
Thorowgood, Elizabeth, d. and h. of Thomas, of Hoddesdon, ux. Marinaduke 
Kawdon of Loudon [see Rawdon], confirmed .... by Camden. Stowe 
MS. 706, fo. 66 ; Harl. ]\IS. 5839, fo. 40 ; Stowe MS. 702, fo. 115. 
„ Nicholas, .... 1594 ... . see Troogood. 

„ Thomas, of Hoddesdon, Herts, crest 1573, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1422, 

fo. 23". 

TuROW(;ooD, William, of London, draper, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 87 ; 

Add. MS. 4966, fo. 58". 

Tiioin'K. Ilicluu-d, of Aldborough, Yorks, 1 612, by U. St. George, Norr. Add. 

M>. 1 1,295, fo. 59". 
William, of Southampton in Hampshire ; of Thorpe, Notts, coat aud crest 
.... Barker's Grauts, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 102 ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 89". 
Az., a fesse arg. betw. three lyouceaux ramp, or, langued gu. Crest, 
a falcou or. 
Thruston, .Fohu, of Haxne, Sufif., gent., grant 5 May 1573, by G. Dethick : " bein<' 
now (10 Feb. 1586-7) stept iu yeares, of old age." \V. Dethick confirmed 
to him another coat and crest as descended from Thruston of Anderton, 
CO. Laiic. (Harl. MS. 1085, fo. 27") ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 37, fo. 53 and 
97 ; Stowe MS. 676, fo. 42, 68", copies of grants. 
Thruxton, Thomas, of Thruxiou, co. Wore, gent., s. of John, s. of William, s. of 
Thomas, who was lineally descended of Henry Thruston of Thruxton, that 
married the dau. and heir of Oliver Pypart, Kt., living temp. Ed. IV. 
Crest, 12 Oct. 1595, Thruxton and Pypart quarterly, and to the descendants 
of his father John, by Cooke, Clar. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 76, 94 ; Harl. 
MSS. 1359, fo. 13, aud 1422, fo. 116. 

Thl-RLEY, John, gent., Nov. 164- by William Ryley, Norr. Add. Mb. 2(i,099, 

fo. 6", copy of grant, Brit. Mus. 
Thurlow, John, Lord of the manor of Bnrnham Oveny, Norf., 19 Nov. 1664, 
16 Ch. II. Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 18, 15"; Bysshe's Grants, fo. 8, Her. 
Coll. ; Guil. 302 ; Add. M.S. 14,293, fo. 1". 



254 GRANtEES OF ARMS TO THE EKD OF THfe XVlI. CENTURY. 

Thurston, John (late Sheriff and Alderm. of London, see Tenacre), coat. 

Barker's Grants, Harl. M8. 5846, fo. 102», crest fo. 103 ; Stowe MS. 692, 

fo. 90. 
Thwaites, John, of Marston, Yorks, Esq., arms confiniied and crest given 30 Jan. 

1564-5, by Flower. Harl. MSS. 1441, fo. 160, and 6140, fo. 68; Add. 

MS. 14,-295, fo. 37" ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 34 and 40" ; Guil. 88 ; Add. MS. 

4966, fo. 41. 
„ William, Alderm. of London, 22 Oct. 1598, by [Dethick and ?] W. Camden. 

Camden's Grants, 38, Her. Coll. ; Thomas in Morgan's Sphere, ii., 118, 

az., a plain cross sa. fretty or, in the dexter quarter a lis gu. See William 

TwAYTZ, 1592, the same coat. 
Thynne, John, of Longelete, Wilts, coat and crest 10 June 1550, and a Knt. 

Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 206 ; Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 104 ; 

Stowe MS. 692, fo. 90. 
„ Thomas, Visct. Weymouth, see Weymouth. 
TiBBETT, Beryn, of Dundry, Somerset, Coroner of the county, by Sir E. Byssbe, 

Clar., 30 Aug. 1672. Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 38 ; Bysshe's Grants, 35. 
TiCHBOBNE, . . . ., of Tichborne, Hants, confirmed arms, crest and supporters, by 

Segar, R. St. George, and Camden. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 111. 
TiDCOMBE, Col. John, of Escott. Wilts, 15 Feb. 1692-3, by T. St. George, Gart. 

and Clar. Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 178; Grants IV., fo. 137; Harl. MSS. 

1085, fo. 57, and 6179, fo. 89". 
TiLDEN, John, of Wye, Kent, . . . ., by Segar and Sir R. St. George, confirmed after. 

Add. MS. 12,225, fo. IIP. 
„ Robert, of Brenchley, Kent, exemplified quarterly, by Segar. Add. MS. 

12,225, fo. Ill" ; Richard in Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 64. 
Tyldesley, Thurston [of Wardley ?], co. Lane, crest confirmed .... 1560 

(by L. Dalton, Norr.). Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 48 ; Harl. MS. 1116, 

fo. 65. 
Tillesley, William, of Borneham, Bucks, and now of Pele in the par. of Hilton 

[Hulton], CO. Lane, coat and crest . . . ., by Barker. Barker's Grants, 

1526—49, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 102; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 89"; Harl. 

MSS. 1116, fo. 42, and 6179, fo. 17 ; Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 19. 
Tilers and Bricklayers of the city and suburbs of London, arms and crest, 

3 Jan. or Feb. 1569-70, by Sir G. Dethick, Cooke and Flower. Q's Coll. 

Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 160 ; copy of grant (MS. 145, fo. 23") ; Add. MS. 26,702, 

fo. 88" ; Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 71" ; Stowe MS. 703, fo. 27. 
TiLLOTT, James, of Ipswich, and oue of the company of the twelve portmen of the 

said townmen descended from Tillott of Rougham, Suff., by Segar, Gart. 

(procured by me, R. Mundy). Stowe MS. 677, fo. 7". 
TiLNEY, Richard, of Rotherwick, Hants, s. of Robert, of East Tuddenham, 

Norfolk, gent., dec'', exemplified 14 May 1632 by consent and certificate of 

Philip Tilney of Shelleigh, Suff., Esq., by R. St. George, Clar. Add. MS. 

14,295, fo. 113 ; Grants I., fo. 32 ; Le Neve's MS. 455. 
TiLSON, Henry, Bp. of Elphin, 2 s. of Henry, of Highroyd, par. of Heptonstall, 

Yorks, 4 Sept. 1639, by Thomas Preston, Ulster K. of Arms. Stowe MS. 

714, fo. 144 ; Grants II., 671 ; certificate in Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 55". 
„ Ralph, of Huxleigh, Cheshire, confirmed 28 Aug. 1580, by Flower. MS. 

Ashm. 844, fo. 57, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Guil. 125. 
TiNUALL, Jane, dan. of Edmoud Tindall, and ux. William Russell, Esq., one of the 

gentlemen of the Queen's Majesties Chamber, grant 10 Jan. 2 and 3 

Philip and Mary, 1555-6, by Sir G. Dethick. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 164" ; 

Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 67, copy of grant ; Grants I., 230. 
John, of Dickleborough, Norfolk, s. of John, of Barham, s. of John, of New 

Buckeuham, Norf., .... July 1611, by Camden (arms of Boteler of 

London, wife of Tiudall). Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 35, and 6095, fo. 15" ; 

Grants II., 597" ; Guil. 375 ; Stowe MS. 702, fo. 115. 



GUANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 255 

TiXDALi., Thomas, of Sussex by Cooke. ITarl. MSS. 1359, fo. 1)7, and 

U2-2, fo. 04''; Add. JIS. VM^G, fo. SIi'' ; Sir John, see Harl. JIS. (W 10, 

fo. b-A. 
Tippets, Jolin, Esq., a Comniissionev of tlie Navy, 24 March 1CG9-70, by Sir E. 

Walker, Gart. Her. Coll., fo. 67 ; Cat. Her. E.xhib. See. of Antiq.', 7:!. 
TippiNf!, 'riiomas, of Draycotf, O.xoii, .... Io74, arg., ou a bend engrailed vert, 

three pheons of the field. Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, an antelope's 

head vert, attired and niancd gold (Berry). Stowe MS. 670, fo. 62. 
TiPTOFT, . . . ., Earl of Worcester, arg., a saltire engrailed gii., .... 1450 

(Berry). 
TiRREY, William, of London, goldsmith, s. of Anthony, of Marden, co. Hereford, 

confirmation, arms and crest granted 13 .Tune 1616, by Segar. Add. MS. 

12.22.^), fo. 112; Harl. MS. 1441, fo. .")3^ ; (Guil. 104); copy of grant, 

llarl. MS. 6140, fo. 64'". 
Titus, Sir Silns (Silas or Sihiis), one of the grooms of H.M.'s bedchamber. Royal 

Warrant for arms, augmentation and crest, 1 .June 1665, hy Walker. 

Add. MS. 14,294, fo. 29 ; Clutterbuck Herts, i., 345. 
ToCKNELf., Walter, of Bristol, 19 Dec. 1668, by Sir E. Walker, Gart. Her. Coll., 

fo. 65. 
ToKE, George, of co. AVorccster, gent., served at Mussclborough, grant, 6 Oct., 

1 Ed. VI., 1547, at Newcastle-upon-Tyne, by G. Dethick, Norr. Q's 

Coll. Oxf. M.S. 38, fo. 47, copy of grant ; Grants I., 340 ; Harl. jMS. 1116, 

to. 39^ 
Toll, . . . ., sergeant at amies, with crest, Hen. VIII., .... Add. MS. 26,702, 

fo. 53. 
„ Cecyle, wife to William Cowper (see) of Thnrgarton, of London, arms, 

1 Jan. 1549-50, by ? Hawley. Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 201''. 
ToLLEY, Thomas, of Ramsey, with crest, Hen. VIII., .... Add. MS. 26,702, 

fo. 49. 
ToLSON, see Tounson. 
Thomlixsox, Thomas, of London, . . . ., 1590, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, 

fo. 97\ and 142.>, fo. 94" ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 87". 
ToMLixsox, William, by Cooke, Clar , 1560, argent, throe greyhounds sable. 

Nichols's Leic, IV., pt. I., .304. 
ToNGE, AVilliara, of the Middle Temple,~^ sons of William Tonge of Tnnstall, co. 
„ James, of Tnnstall, CO. Kent, | Kent, gent., no date, by \V. Regar, 

„ John, of Bredgar, co. Kent, \- Gart. Visit, of Kent, 1619, ed. by 

„ Nicholas, of Bredgar, CO. Kent, | J. J. Howard, p. 66, from Arcii. Cant., 
„ Richard, of Borden, CO. Kent, J vol. vi., 255 (Her. Coll. R. 21, 

p. 278) ; ? copy of grant, I5rit. Mns. 
„ Thomas, Clar., and Susan White [his wife, gilt copper Plate, with Anns], 

1554. See Cat. Her. Exhib. Soc. of Antiq. [p. 30, ] late XII.]. 
TooKE, James, of London, mar. Dorothy, dau. to John Gray of Gray's Inti, Tooke 

qnaricriiiii; Haule, Tooke, Gray, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 112; 

0. 24 [Visit, of London, 1634], fo. 442'-, Her. Coll. ; Guil. 395. 
,, William, of (ioodnestone, Kent, gent, (auditor of the Courts of Wards and 

liveries). Crest, 3 April 1546, 37 Hen. VIII., by Barker. Harl. MSS. 

1359, fo. 18, 25, and 5846, fo. 103'' ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 90 ; 8"' of April 

in Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 10; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 146, fo. 31, copy 

of grant. 
„ Walter (s. of William, of Goodneston, gcul. auditor), of the manor of Popes 

ats Ilolbaches, par. of Bishop Hatfield, Herts, Esq., also genl. auditor of 

wards and liveries, arms exemplified and crest altered, 17 April 1600, by 

Camden. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. Ill ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 25; Q's Coll. 

Oxf. MS. 146, fo. 31, copy of exemplification. 
TOOKER, Giles, of Madington, Wilts, gent., 21 Feb. 1572-3, by Sir G. Dethick. 

Harl. M.S. 1441, fo. 84" ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 39". 



256 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

TooTHiLL, Geffrey, of Peamore, Depon, confirmed 15G3. (Harvey's Grants), Add. 

MS. 16,940, fo. 33. 
ToRLESSE, Adam, s. of William, of Whatcombe, Berks, confirmed or granted 

2(5 .June 1637, by Boroncrb. Harl. MSS. 1105, fo. 55, and 1441, fo. 57" ; 

Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 89^ and Guil. 181. 
TonxEii nr Turner, John, of Tabiehurst, Sussex, 3rd s. of Thomas, of Reading, 

]?erks, confirmed 27 June 1579, by Cooke. Guil. 386 ; Harl. MS. 1076, 

fo. 120". 
ToRPORLEY, .... by Cooke, Clar., .... Stowe MS. 670, fo. 33''. 
ToRRiNGTON, Earl of (Herbert), supporters 13 June 1689, by T. St. George, Gart. 

Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 178 ; Grants IV., fo. 41. 
ToTELL or ToTHiLL (llichard), of London, printer, .... by Cooke. Harl. MS. 

1359, fo. IIG, publislier of Gerard Leigh's Accedence and Bossewell's 

Workes on Armorie ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 28". 
ToUNSON, Robert, Bishop of Salisbury, a patent .... by Camden. Tolson in Cott. 

MS. Faustina, E. 1, fo. 61", 62 ; Harl. MSS. 6095, fo. 37", and 1422, 

fo. 43. 
TouRNER, Oliver, of Essex, crest .... by Cooke. Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 44" ; 

Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 55, coat of Tourner of Salop, temp. Hen. VIL, confirmed 

to him. 
TowEUS, . . . ., Northants, gent., ai'ms given and allowed 1584, by Cooke. Harl. 

MS. 1359, fo. 120" ; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 41, arms only, arg., a tower gu. ; 

Stowe MS. 670, fo. 4. See Samuel Towers. 
„ ..... descended out of Lane. : sa., on a chev. betw. three towers arg. as 

many pellets, a mallet for difference, .... by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, 

fo. 112"; C. 24 [Visit, of London, 1634], fo. 192", Her. Coll. ; Guil. 

361. 
„ Samuel, of the Cliff n'' Lewes, co. Sussex, upon good proofes made at the time 

of the Visitation of that county, 1634, were registered and entered in the 

office : az., a tower or, a mullet of five points for diff. Stowe MS. 670, 

fo. 4, crest, a griffin statant per pale or and az., a mullet sa. for diff., by 

J. Philipott, deputy for Sir J. Borough. 
Towerson, William, citizen and merch' of London, as well adventurer of the 

Societies of Muscovy, Spaine, Portugal and the East partes ; a younger 

brother of Towerson of Coupland, Cumberland ; augmentation 24 Jan. 

1581-2, by Flower. MS. Ashm. 834, fo. 53, copy of patent, Bodleian Lib., 

and full account of services ; Morgan's Sphere of Gentry (lib. iii.) Ill, and 

Principal Historical and Allusive Arms, by an Antiquary (Col. de la Motte), 

107. 
TOWNEOWE or TowNRAWE, William (s. of John, s. of Henry, of co. Derby), 

confirmed 20 May 1562, by W. Flower. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 115 ; MS. 

Ashm. 834, fo. 21", copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Guil. 363 ; Add. MS. 

4960, fo. 95 ; Reliquary, xxii., 245. 

TowNESEND, J., . . . . Hen. VI Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 30". 

TowNSEND ats Agborough, Sir Robert, his father-in-law Aurelius Townsend, near 

kinsman to Horatio, Lord Townsend ; took name and arms of 'i'ownsend 

by consent of Horatio, Lord Townsend, 12 March 1662-3 ; grant 29 May 

1663, by Walker. Guil. 245 ; Genealogist, i., 151. 
TowNESEND, Steven, of Surrey, 4 May 1564, by Sir G. Dethick, Gart. Harl. MS. 

1441, fo. 87 ; Q's Coll. 0.\f. MS. 145, fo. 43" ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 41. 
„ Thomas, gent., deputy to the Earl of Sandwich and master of the Great 

Wardrobe, 16 Dec. 1661, by Sir E. Walker, Gart. Her. Coll., fo. 44. 
Tradesmen and Artificers, Company of, granted 10 July 1637, by Borough, 

Gart. Harl. MS. 1410, fo. 11. 
Traffles, Edward, of Winchester, registrar to the Archdeacon of Winchester and 

deputy reg' to the Lord Bishop, 25 June 1672, by Walker, Gart. Add. 
MS. 14,293, fo. 66 ; Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 64", copy of grant. 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE ENIJ OF TUE XVII. CENTURY. 257 

TiiAFFORD , of Essex, exemplified .... iii'g., a gryplion ramp, segreant {?ii., 

!ind 13 qtuirteiings, by Segar. Add. MS. li',-225, fo. 112''. 
Traxt, Patrick, a commissioner and manager of 11. M. revenue of Heartli money ; 

living in Russell St., par. of St. Giles in Fields ; 30 Deo. 1682, by Sir W. 

Dugdale, Gart., and Sir H. St. George, Clar. Add. MS. 14,8.S1, fo. 112 ; 

Grants III., 183 ; Harl. MS. 6179, fo. CI. 
TuAPP.s Robert, gent., citizen and goldsmith of London, grant 1 June 1559, by 

Harvey. 'Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 73, 78, and MS. 39, fo. 98, and Harl. 

MS. 1507, fo. 443, for copies of grant (Brit. Mus.) ; Add. MS. 10,940, 

fo. 27 ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 3'" ; Grants II.. fo. 545-7 {see arms to wife 

Joan Crispe) ; Le Neve's MS. 443. 
„ .... of 'J'heydon, Essex, 1570, by R. Couko, Clar. Harl. MSS. 1441, 

fo. 145, and 1116, fo. 40". 
TuAVEbL, Ilenrv, of Coventry, grandson of Richard, of Northants, 16 Feb. 1516-17, 

8 Hen.VlII., by Wriothesley, Gart., and Henolte, Clar. Harl. MS. 1422, 

fo. 69", and Berry's Armory; Harl. MS. 1167, fo. 161". 
,. Thomas, of Jermvn Street, London, 27 Nov. 1683, by Sir W. Dugdale and 

Clar. Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 178 ; Grants III., fo. 212. 
TitAYTON, nee Treton. 
Tkkgonnei.l, John, of Bodmin, Cornwall, coat and crest. Barker's Grants, Harl. 

MS. 5846, fo. 101" ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 89" ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 3. 
Treuerox, John, gentleman porter of the house to Q. Eliz. and K. Jas., coat and 

crest exemplified and ratified 14 Nov. 1616, by Camden. Camden's Grants, 

fo. 42" ; Harl. MSS. 6059, fo. 36", and 1359, fo. 40" ; Add. MS. 14,295, 

fo. 56". 
Treswallen, . . . ., of St. Creed, Cornwall, .... 1558, by Harvey, Berry. 

„ CO. Middx., by W. Ryley, Lane. Her. Stowe MS. 703, fo. 63. 

Treton, Thomas, als TraytON, of Lewes, Sussex, 10 June 1606, by Segar, Camden 

and R. St. George, quartering Vinal, Savil, Gotley and Martin. Add. MS. 

12,225, fo. 113; C. 27, fo. 21, Her. Coll.; Guil. 345, which see, s. of 

Thomas, etc. ; Harl. MSS. 1562, fo. 60", and 6140, fo. 52. 
Trixder, John, of Westwell, Oxon. (s. of John, of Hollwell, par. of Broadwell, 

Ox.), and to his brothers Charles, Henry and William, 3 Dec. 1663, by 

Walker. Add. MSS. 14,293, fo. 48, and 14,294, fo. 16" ; Harl. MS. 1172, 

fo. 55 ; Guil. 157. 
Trinity Hall, Cambridge, 17 Sept. 1575, by Cooke, Clar. Add. MS. 5822. 
Tripp , on an ancient escocheon the following : " This Atchivement was given 

unto my lord Howard's 5"' Son at ye Seige of Bullogne, King Harry ye 5'" 

being there asked how they tooke ye Town and Castle. Howard answered, 

' I Tripp'd up ye Walls.' Saith ye King, 'Tripp shall be thy name and no 

longer Howard,' and honoured him with ye scaling ladder for his bend." 

Burke's Armory. 
„ Charles, of the Middle Temple, gu., a chev. betw. three horses heads 

erased or, bridled gu., by Camden. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 40, and 6059, 

fo. 33. 
Trollop, Thomas, of Durham, an attorney, 27 July 1639, by Borough. Surtees' 

Durham, i., 91 ; Harl. MSS. 1105, fo. 56", and 1441, fo. 92 ; Add. MS. 

26,702, fo. 58, akin to John, of the Bpk. of Durham, see letter 8 May 

1639, Surtees' Durham, i., 91 ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 33". 
Tristram, Matthew, Nativity of St. John Baptist 1467, by Romeryck, King of 

Arms of the Holy Roman Empire. Le Neve's MS. 512. 
Troogood, Nicholas, of "Thornhall, Northts., gent., . . . ., 1594, by R. Lee, Clar. 

Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 18" ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 17. 
Trotman, Edward, outer Barrister of ^^ Inner Temple, and of Cam, co. Glouc., 

Esq., 8. of Richard, of the same, grant 20 or 27 Nov. 1616, 14 Jac, 

bv Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 113, and (20"' Nov.) Grants I., 373; 

Misc. Gen. et Her., N. S., iv., 188 ; Guil. 121 ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 23". 

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258 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

Trotman, Samuel, of Bristol, B.D., 29 May 1GC3, ? by Byssbe, Clar. Had. MS. 

1105, fo. 42. 

Trott , by Edward Norgate, "Windsor Her. Stowe MS. 703, fo. 71. 

„ .John [ats] Guyleinyn, of Awgill, Wales, 1 Nov. 1553, by ? Hawley. Add. 

MS. 10,9-10, fo. 200". 
„ John, of the city of London, assigned .... 1574, by Flower. MS. Ashm. 

844, fo. 75 {see Cartwright), copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Guil. 404. 
Trotter, Robert, of Skelton Castle, Yorks, confirmed 16 Feb. 1587, by Flower, 

Norr. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 22'' ; MS. Ashm. 844, fo. 75, copy of grant, 

Bodleian Lib. ; Guil. 177 ; " & it hath noe hande thereunto, patent dated 

1587, 30 Q. Eliz. ; William Flower, Norroy, mentioned on the patent" in 

Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 9^. 
TROUGHTO>f, . . . ., of Troughton, co. Wore, . . . ., by Cooke. Stowe MS. 670, 

fo. 75 ; Add. MS. 4960, fo. 66. 
„ Christopher, of Great Lynford, Bucks, granted 30 Oct. l.'iOO, by Hervey. 

Grants IL, 216 m; Guil. 361; confirmed by Segar, Add. MS. 12,225, 

fo. lis*, sa., on a cliev. betw. three swans' necks erased arg. gorged with 

coronets or, as many pellets. 
Trovtbeck, Sir William, coat and crest . . . ., Barker's Grants ; Harl. MS. 5846, 

fo. 101 ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 89. 
Trowte, Alan, native of Westmorld., grant 8 Nov. 1376, 16 Ed. IIL [Novr. 1376 

was the 50th Edw. IIL ; the 16th was 1342], by Thomas Troute, Norr. 

(a forgery) ; copy of grant, see Lower's Curiosities of Heraldry, 315 ; Q's 

Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 2, copy of grant, and MS. 39, fo. 1 ; Harl. MS. 1507, 

fo. 447, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 2" ; Grants IL, 

fo. 619, in French ; Le Neve's MS. 447. 
Troute, Thomas, of Devon, 1 Oct. 1588, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1052, fo. 15, 

copy of grant, Brit. Mus. ; Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 109, and 1422, fo. 94 ; 

Add. MS. 4966, fo. 57. 
Trowvedale or Trowsedale, William, of Hnndon, co. Line, Ar., confirmed . . . ., 

1562 (Harvey's Grants). Add. MS. 10,940, fo. 12'\ 
Troys, . . . ., crest, a ragged stokke, i.e., stafFe or stick, arg., out of the which 

a branch of oak in his kinde. Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, 

fo. 99". 
Trubshaw, Charles, of Gray's Inn, Middx., 31 Oct. 1688, by T. St. George, Gart. 

and Clar. Add. MS. 14,831, fo. 23 ; Grants, vol. iv., fo. 24 ; Stowe MS. 

714, fo. 131 ; Guil. 385. 
Trumbull, William, of Easthampstead, Berks, grant 10 Oct. 1662, by Walker. 

MS. Ashm. 858, fo. 189, 190, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Harl. MS. 

6179, fo. 23^ 
Tryon, Peter, of London (& of Harringworth [co. Northampton ?]), 1 July 1610, 

by Camden. Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 38, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. ; Morgan's 

Sphere (lib. ii.), 106 ; Harl. MSS. 6095, fo. 13, and 1422, fo. 21", has 

102O for the date of the grant ; Guil. 89. 
TuBB, George, of Evengoff, or Tringotf, Cornwall, Esq., 8 Nov. 1571, by Sir G. 

Dethick, Gart. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 76" ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 26 ; 

Harl. MS. 1079, fo. 196". 
Tucker, see Tooker. 
Tucker, . . . ., by W. Segar, Gart., .... Harl. MSS. 6140, fo. 48, and 

1105, fo. 6". 
TuOKFiELD, John, of Fulford, Devon, and brothers Walter and Roger Tuckfield of 

Raddon Court, Kent, 4 April 1666, by Sir E. Bysshe, Clar. Bysshe's 

Grants, 41. 
Tudor, Lady Mary, nat' dan. of Chas. IL, Roy. Warrant 4'K and E. Marshal's 

Warrant, 15 Aug. 1687. Harl. MS. 0834, fo. 63 ; Genealogist, iii., 280. 
TUFTON or TuRTON, John, of Northiam, Sussex, gent., 15 May, 1 Q. Mary, 1554, 

by Sir Gilb. Dethick, Gart. (?Tuston in) Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 37, fo. 32, 



graj;tees op arms to thk end of the xvii. century. 259 

and MS. 39, fo. 52, copy of grant ; IG"- Maj in Grauts I., 244 ; Harl. MS. 

l;'.;")!!, fo. (iL'i- ; Add. MS. 35,336, fo. 4^ 63. 
TuFTOX, Sir Xifholas, Knt. and Bart., Baron of Tufton and Earl of Thauet, quarterly 

of 6, alteration in coat and grant of supporters, 22 Oct. 1628, by Segar, 

Achievment, 5 qnarterings. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. US'* ; Harl. MS. 1470, 

fo. 199, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 144, copy of 

grant. 
TcPHOLME, William, of Boston, co. Line, quarterly, confirmed 26 Oct. 1562. 

(Harvey's Grauts), Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 37; (26 Oct. in Burke as 

Cuphohno). 
TuuBUTT, William, s. and h. of Ricliard, grant 20 March 1628-9, 4 Car., by Scgar. 

Surtees Soc, XLI., .xli.x. ; Add. MS. 12,22.5, fo. 113, of York city. 
TuRFOOTE, Edward, of London, grant 10 May 1576, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1422, 

fo. 22. 
Turner (see also Torner and Tourner), (. . . .), of Blechingley, Surrey, . . . ., 

Nov. 1604, by Camden. Harl. MSS. 6059, lb. 2, and 1422, fo. 18 ; Guil. 

133. 

„ ( ), of London, by Barker, Gart. Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 15. 

„ Edmond, of Saffron Walden, Essex, 22 Feb. 1 629-30, by Sir R. St. George. 

Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 70 ; C. 21, 166 [Visit, of] Essex [1634]. 
„ John, of Kirk Leatham, Yorks, Esq., Justice of the peace and bencher of the 

Inner Temple, 30 April 1661, by W. Dugdale, Norr. Her. Coll. 
Turner (or Towmer), Richard, of Keyraer, Sussex, 26- July 1671. Harl. MS. 

1105, fo. 42" ; Bysshe's Grauts, fo. 9, 21, Her. Coll. 
„ (Sir) Thomas, of Kelmscott, Oxon, s. of Thomas, of Hall place, by Ann 

Deane of Oxon, 4 Jan. 1664-5. Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 20" ; Bysshe's Grants, 

fo. 21, Her. Coll. 
„ Sir William, Kt., Alderra. of London, 30 April 1661. Harl. MS. 1105, 

fo. 18 ; Bysshe's Grants, fo. 9, Her. Coll. 
Turptn, Sir George, of Knaptofte, co. Leic, crest, 1 April 1552, by ? Hawley. 

Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 205". 
TuRTON, William, of West Bromwich, co. Staff., and his brother," 
„ Ricliard, sons of William, late of West Bromwich, deed., 

and to 
„ William, of Alrewas, and hisT 

brother I these two differenced 

„ John, s. of John, late of West f with a canton. 

Bromwich, dec"", J 

TuRVET, Thomas, of Walm, co. Warwick, High Sheriff, and to his brother 

„ Richard, 2 Feb. 1656-7, by Sir E. Bysshe, Gart. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 151'' ; 

perhaps written Tnrvey in Harl. MS. 2275, fo. 40 ; Harl. MS. 1466, 

fo. 24". 
TusTON, see Tufton. 
TUTE (or Twyte of Ireland), John, porter unto the Great Wardrobe in Carter 

Lane, quarterly, gules and argent. Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 26". 
TuzERD (Tusser), Clement, of Ryvenhall, Essex, c(uifirniation 1 Feb. 1560-1. 

(Harvey's Grants), Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 60". 
TwAYTZ, William, Esq., sometime Aldenn. of London, 24 Feb. 1591-2, by 

W. Dethick, Gart., and Camden. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 63; (I. 9, 19", 

Her. Coll.). See Thwaites. 
Thwaites, William, 22 Oct. 1598, Her. Coll. ; called Thos. Thwaites, Alderm., in 

Morgan's Sphere, ii., 116. 
TwEDY, Richard, of Stoke, Essex, crest, 1 Jan. 1548-9, by ? Hawley, Clar. Add. 

MS. 16,940, fo. 201". 
TwiSLETON, George, of Barley, Yorks, Esq., s. of Christopher, s. and h. of John, 

sometime Alderm. of liondon, coat confirmed and crest granted 22 Xov. 

1602, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 113; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 9; 



1 July 1G60, by 
AVra. Dugdale, 
Norr., Her. 
Coll. 



260 GRAKTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF TUK XVII. CENTURY. 

Guil. 199; "of London, but now aldeim. of York," in Harl. MS. 1422, 
fo. 52 ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 67*. 
TwYFORD, Roger, of Sawston, co. Camb., Esq., crest 16 Dec, 4 and 5 Philip and 

Mary, 1557, by Sir G. Detliick, Gart. Q's Coll. O.xf. MS. 39, fo. 9.3, copy 

of grant ; Grants I., 158 ; called Robert in Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 7P, and 

6179. fo. 24^ 
TwYNE, John, of Preston, Kent, confirmed 21 Nov. 1571, by Cooke ; attested by 

R. Glover, Somerset. MSS. Ashm. 834, fo. 32, and 844, fo. 21, copy of 

grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Guil. 87. 
TwYTE, see Tute. 
Tyas, Robert, of London, .... by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 99\ and 6179, 

fo. 14" ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 53". 
Tydur ats MowsSE, Anthony, 6 Oct. 1633, by R. St. George, Clar. Harl. MS. 

1105, fo. 2". 
Tyler, Sir William, Knighted at Milford Haven, Hen. VIL Add. MS. 26,702, 

fo. 61^ 
Tyssen, Francis, of London, Alderm. and Sheriff, 24 Nov. 1687, by Sir T. 

St. George, Gart., and H. St. George, Clar. Misc. Gen. et Her., N. S., iii., 

379-380 ; Grants IIL, 332 ; Lansd. MS. 867, fo. 52 ; Harl. MS. 6179, 

fo. 75. 

U 

Umble, ? Humble, . . . ., vintner at ye bull in Southwark, by Camden. Had. MS. 

1422, fo. 15 ; Peter in Le Neve's MS. 357. 
Unwyn, William, of Chatterley, co. Staff., confirmed 18 Nov. 15«l, by Flower. 

MS. Ashm. 844, fo. 50, copy of grant, Bodleian Jjib. ; Guil. 132. 
Upholders' Company, of London, 11 Dec. 1465, by W. Hawkesloe, Clar. Her. 

and Geneal., 120, and Sylv. Morgan's Sphere of Gentry, 1661, lib. ii., fo. 94, 

copy of grant. 
Upton, William, of Ore, Sussex, s. of Henry, s. of Thomas (of the house of Lupton 

in Devonshire), crest granted 9 or 28 April 1569, by Sir G. Dethick, Gart., 

Cooke and Flower. Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 56, and 1441, fo. 73 ; Misc. 

Gen. et Her., 2nd S., vol. v., p. 296, facsimile ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, 

fo. 151, copy of grant (MS. 145, fo. 19) ; MSS. Ashm. 834, fo. 27, and 

844, fo. 29, copies of grant, Bodleian Lib. 
Urmeston, Robert, ais Diconson, of Abiugton, confirmed 3 Oct. 1555, by ?Hawley. 

Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 207". 
Urren ats Currance, Allan, Esq., the late Sheriff of Radnor in Wales, 27 Feb. 

1619-20, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 114 ; Hail. MS. 1422, fo. 13", 

as Utren ; Stowe MS. 714, fo. 96 ; Guil. 262. 
U8B0RNE, see Osborne. 
Utber, Thomas, of Hoo, n^ East Dereham, Norfolk, patent 25 Aug. 1013, by 

Camdeu. Harl. MS. 6095, fo. 38" (1441, fo. 152", has the year 1615, of 
Norwich) ; Harl. MSS. 1055, fo. 43, and 5887, fo. 110. 



Van Aldenne, Gawin, born at Cologne, grant Oct., by G. Dethick, Gart. ; Q's 

Va)\\. Oxf. MS. 36, fo. 125, copy of grant in Latin ; Grants L, 95. 
Vane, Christopher, Lord Barnard, grant of supporters 27 Feb. 1724-5, with 
achievement, copy of grant, Harl. MS. 6832, fo. 236. 
Ralph, of Hadlow, Kent, coat and crest. Barker's Grants. Harl. MS. 5846, 
fo. 115. 
„ Sir Thomas, of Badsell, Kent, Kt., 15 May 1574. by Sir (!. Dethick, Gart, 



GRANTEES OF AKMS TO THE END OF THE XVIt. CENTURY. 261 

Harl. MSS. 582;^, fo. ;U\ and 1441, fo. 140 ; Q's Coll. Oxf. M.S. 145, 
fo. 34'' ; 8t()\ve M.S. 703, fo. 35. 
Vanuessk, Jo(lin), ausjineiitation {temp. Jas. I., Feb. 1621-2), by letters patent, by 
Sir Kd. Walker's Collection. MS. Ashni. 858, fo. 88, copy of grant, 
liodleian l.ib. ; Add. M.S. 6297, fo. 309. 
Vannam, William, citizen and fishmonger of London, 1 June Ififil, by Sir E. 

Walker, Gart. Her. Coll. 40. 
Yansittakt, Peter, of London, mercht., a native of Dantzic, 8 Nov. 1607, by 
T. St. George, Gart. and Clar. Add. MS. 14,830, fo. 61 ; Grants IV., 
fo. 231, Her. Coll. 
VAX Wilder, Philip, of Little Braddow [Little Bredy ?], Dorset, Esq., coat and 
crest, grant. Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 113; Stowe MS. 692, 
fo. 95.'^ 
VauCxHan, . . . ., of Wales, .... 1491, ... . per pale, az. and purp., a fish hauriant 
or ; crest, [a man erect ppr. with arms extended, habited in a jacket arg. 
breeches sa. hair flotant, in the dexter hand a large knife of the second. 
Burke]. Berry. 
„ Edward, of Talgarth in Wales, his crest. Barker's Grants. Harl. MS. 5846, 

fo. 113 ; Stowe M.S. 692, fo. 95. 
„ Hugh, gent., a native of the principality of Wales, and gent. Usher to the 
King, ijift of arms, crest and guvdon, 4 Oct., 6 H. VI L, 1490. 
(The day of St. Andrew [30 Nov.] 1491, 7 H. VIL, fo. 13), by John 
Writhe [reference to MS. at Her. Coll. ?]. 
„ Sir Hugh, of the King's Privy Council, (arms), crest and supporters, 
27 March 1508, 24 H. VIL A marginal note in Harl. MS. 4900, fo. 17" 
(No. XXII.), says, ''vide p crista (MSS.), Wriothesley & Beuolt 1514, 
Hugoni Vaughan, S^ Tho : Shirley's Book, pag. 78." [Le Neve's M.S.] in 
J. Foster's Collection. 
Sir Hiitrli, of Littleton, Middx., Kt., new crest and standard 4 May 1514, 
6 He^l. VIII., by Wriothesley, Gart., and Benolte. Harl. MSS. 4900, 
fo. 17'>, and 5815, fo. 42^ 43"; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 12", 13", 14 ; Q's 
Coll. Oxf. MS. 146, fo. 32, 33, 34 ; Misc. Gen. et Her., 3 s., vol. i., p. 33, 
copies of grant. [The three Hugh Vaughan's are bracketed together as if 
they were one person.] 
., Sir John, of Whitland, of Wales, 1 Oct. 1551, by ? Hawley. Add. MS. 

li;.040, fo. 204" ; Harl. M.S. 1105, fo. 3. 
.. Marv, dan. of Huntingden, confirmed .... 1558. (Harvey's Grants), Add. 
MS. 16,940, fo. 15. 
Richard, of Corsigedall, co. Merioneth, Esq., crest 12 Dec. 1583, 26 Eliz., by 
Sir G. Dethick. Harl. MSS. 1441, fo. 68", and 1422, fo. 22" ; Q's Coll. 
O.'if. MS. 14.5, fo. 13. 
„ Sir Ro., of Bvland Abbey, Yorks, Knt., confirmed 31 July 1604, by R. 
St. George, 'Norr. Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 58" ; B. 21, 133 [Her. Coll.] ; 
C. 13 [Visit, of Yorks 1612, Her. Coll.], 133; ? Harl. M.S. 6140, fo. 54 
[" .S'' Henry Vaughan of Sutton upon Darwin in Yorkshire"]. 
„ Stephen, of London, coat and crest (14 April 1509). Barker's Grants, 
Harl. M.SS. 1422, fo. 221, and 5846, fo. Ill"; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 94"; 
Harl. MSS. 1476, fo. 175, and 5887, fo. 3. 
„ Thomas, Bailiff of Dover, Kent, coat and crest, Barker's Grants, 1526—49. 

Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 108 ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 93". 
„ William, of Payans Castle in Wales, Doctor of Civil Laws, arms 12 June 
1527, 19 Hen. VIII., by T. Wriothesley, Gart. Add. M.S. 26,702, fo. 53^ ; 
Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 28 ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 146, fo. 461. 
Vaux, Edward, Marshal of the King's household, descended of the House of Vaux 
of Caterliue, coat and crest. Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. lOS" ; 
Stowe MS. 69--', fo. 93". 
Le Vaux, Sir Theodore, of Thisleworth, Middx., Knt., 2 July 1678, by 



262 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CEKTURY. 

W. Duydale, Gart., aud Sir H. St. George, Norr. Stows MS. 7lf, fo. 122 ; 
Harl. MS. 6179, fo. S?" ; Grants III., p. 176. 

Venables, Bertie Montague, Lord Norreys, see name and arms 24 Nov. 1687, by 
Sir T. St. George. Grants III., 333, by Ciar. and Norr. 
„ Sir Thomas, of Golborne, Cheshire, etc., Baron of Kindei-ton, confirmed 
80 Oct. 1.560, by Dalton, quarterly of 6 : 1 and 6, Venables ; 2; Golborne ; 
3, Augmentation ; 4, Eleston [Eucleston] ; 5, Colton [Cotton] ; augmen- 
tation to coat and grant of crest. Called Thomas Venables of Golborne, etc., 
in copy of grant, Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 37, fo. 36, and in M.S. 146, fo. 24 ; 
2 Nov. in MS. Aslim. 840, 388 g., 858. fo. 169, 172, copy of grant, 
Bodleian Lib.; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 46"; Stowe MS. 676, fo. 25"; 
Harl. MS. 1106, fo. 32. 

Vere, Kobert de, Earl of Oxford, and "Marqui" of Dublin, letters patent at 
Westm'-, 3 Jan. 1385-6. Stowe MS. 840, fo. 55, P.R., 9 R. II., 
pt. 1, m. 1. 

Vermuyden, Sir Cornelius, . . . ., by Sir J. Borough, Gart. Add. MS. 4966, 
fo. 32. 

Verney, Sir Richard, of Belton, Rutland, confirmed 9 Feb. 1 698-9, by T. St. George. 
Grants IV., 317. See Willoughby de Broke. 

Vernon, John, out of Cheshire, confirmed 8 June 1583, by Flower. MS. Ashm. 
834, p. 40", copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Guil. 5, 125. 
„ (yjohn, s. of William, s. of William), of Little Beligh, Essex, by Cooke. 
Harl. ]\ISS. 10S3, fo. 60", 1137, fo. 65, li'6", 1422, fo. 122", 1541, fo. 8", 
and i:.12. l... i;;s. 

Verre, John, of Blakeuham, Sutt'., . . . ., 1584, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, 
fo. 96". 

ViCARY, Richard, of Drinkswell, Devon, cent., 4 Feb. 1559-60, by Sir G. Dethick, 
Gart. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 140"; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 35"; 
Viearis in Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 33". 

Vidian, Andrew, of Halfe Yoake, par. of Maidstone, Kent (s. of Andrew, of Cliff, 
Knt.), Clerk of the Papers, Court of King's Bench, 3 Sept. 1664, by 
Walker. Add. MSS. 14,293, fo. 50, and 14,294, fo. 9" ; Harl. MS. 1172, 
fo. 53 ; Guil. 120. 

ViLETT, John, of London, gent., . . . ., 1572, by Cooke, Clar., ar., on a chev. gu. 
three castles of the field, on a canton az. a fleur-de-lis or ; Crest, a tiger's 
head, erased, erm. ducally gorged or. (Berry.) 

[ViLLETT alias Vioi-ET, Argent, on a chevron gules three towers triple towered of 
the field, on a canton azure a fleur-de-lis or ; Crest, a tiger's head erased 
ermine, ducally gorged and tufted or. Henry Villett alias Violett of 
London, now of Kent. Visit, of London, 1568, p. 73.] 

ViLLERS, . . . ., crest Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 114". 

ViLLiERS, Edward, Visct., supporters, 7 Dec. Id'.U, hv T. St. George, Gart. H;irl. 
MS. 6834, fo. 178; Grants IV., fo. 101. 

ViNALL, John, of Kingstone, Sussex, ? Essex, s. of John, s. of William, s. of 
William, 10 Dec. 1657, by Sir E. Bysshe, Gart., and 22 Nov. 1661, 
13 Chas. II., by Bysshe, Clar. Harl. MSS. 1172, fo. 21, 38", and 1105, 
fo. 19" ; By.s8he's Grants, fo. 15, Her. Coll., copy of grant. 

Vincent, descended from Vincent Lovell, whose son called himself a 

Vincent, see MS. [Visit, of London, 1634], az.. a chev. betw. three 
quatrefoils arg., on their stalks a crescent for dift'., . . . ., by Segar, Gart., 
and Nich. Charles, Lane. Herald. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 113 {see next 
grant*) ; C. 24 [Visit, of London, 1634], Her. Coll. ; Guil. 135. 
„ Augustin alias Rouge Croix, 3 s. of William, of Thingdon, Northts., 2 s. of 
Richard, s. of William, s. of William, of Stamford Baron, receiver of the 
Abbey of Crowland, etc. (a bordure added 8 May 1504 by Roger Machado, 
Richmont Clar., and confirmed to William Vincent of Stamford Baron, aud 
again to Joan Mulsho 10 Nov. 1587, by W. Dethick, Gart. Q's Coll. Oxf. 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 263 

JIS. S8, fo. 133, and Hail MS. 1470, fo. 19 and 39, copy of ^'rant 
(Brit. Mus.) ; Add. MS. 12,220, fo. 113*). A grant of au altered coat, 
tliis practically a new one, and crest for a difference of lineage, 1 .Ian. 
1621-2, by Segar, Camden, and R. 8t. Geoi'ge, Norr. Add. M.S. 12,225, 
fo. 113"; Nicoliis life of Vincent, p. 102^ Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 77; 
pedigree, see Le Neve's MS. 369 ; copy of grant, 390. 
YisCKNT, .loane (ux. Robert Mulsho, of Thingdon, Northants), dau. .and sole heir of 
Francis A''incent of the same, s. of Rieliard, s. of William, s. of William by 
Anne his wife, d. and h. of (Jodfrey Dene of Stamford Baron, Xortlits., etc., 
confirmed quarterly of 6 at London 10 Nov. 1587, 29 Q. Eliz., by 
W. Dethiek, Gart. Q's Coll. 0.\f. MS. 38, fo. 109, copy of grant ; Harl. 
:MSS. l;ir)9, fo. 21, 1470, fo. 259, 1507, fo. 75, 368, and 1422, lb. 11.".; 
l,e Neve's MS. 368, 359. 
„ Philip, clerk, A.M., of Stoke D'Abernon, Surrey, then sailing to (iuiana : 
confirmed of his genealogy and descent, etc., see MS. grant of the coat of 
Cowleby of Great Smeton, who bore arg., a cross sarccles in pale and 
iormee in fess sa., the old crest of the Northern Vincents .... by Segar. 
Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 114 ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 31'', gives a trick of the 
arms and crest as Sir Thomas Vincent of Surrey, and also the arms of 
his wife. 

[Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 14, reads :— 

"Vincent, 45 E. [III., ? 1371], 0., a Cross .Sarcelee in 
pale & formee in Fess G. 
"To Philip Vincent, Clerk, A.M., of Stoke D'Abernon in Com. Surr., 
then sailing to Guiana, Confirm, of his Genealogy & descent And y' he 
was borne at Frisby in y« parish of Coningbnrgh, in Com. Ebor., son of 
Richard V[incent], son of another Richard [Vincent], who served in ye 
French warrs & was a Younger Brother of ye Vincents of Braywell near 
Frisby y' bore for Aims, A., two barrs b., & on a Canton G. a fionr de luce 
0., a Cadet of y<^ Vincents of Great Smeaton whose arms were a trefoil ou 
a Cauton, which Smeton Line enjoyed y' place by intermarriage with y' 
daughter & heir of Cowleby of Great Smeaton who bore A. a cross sarcelie 
in pale & forme in fess [G.]. Grant of y' s*" Cross in a field, called Crux 
Colbeiana, & Crest, vizt., The old Crest of y"^ Northerne Vincents, vizt., a 
beares head issuing out of a Crowue."] 
„ AVilliam, of Northants, descended from Vincent of co. Leicester, devi.sed, 
ordained and assigned 8 Mav 1504, by Roger Machado ats Riclunont Clar. 
March in Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 77" ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 29. 
Vintners' Co.mpany, of London [by W. Hawkeslowc, Clar., 17 Sept. 1447 ; 
confirmed by T. Benolte, Clar., 22 Oct., 22 Hen. VIII., 1550]. Add. MS. 
26,702, fo. 74". 
Virginia, Seal, 9 Aug. 1662, by Sir E. Walker, Gart. Her. Coll., fo. 5. 

„ College of Divinity, 14 May 1694, by T. St. George, Gart. and Clar. Grants 

IV., 158 and 284. 

Vivian, John, of St. Colomb, Cornwall, .... by Borough, Gart. Harl. 

MSS. 1105, fo. 55", and 1441, fo. 57; Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 89"; 

Guil. 187. 

Vyvyan alias Wannyworth, Thomas, Bp. and Prior of Bodmin in Cornwall 

(3 April 1507). Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 71 ; Harl. MS. 1079, fo. 12L 
VowELL, . . . ., servant to my Lord Treasurer, .... by Cooke, Clar. Stowe MS. 

670, fo. 50". 
VOYSEY, John, Bp. of E.xeter (1519—51, alias Hakman). Add. MS. 26,702, 

fo. 50". 
Vyell, Abraham and John, of London, 1629, certified and pedigree by 
? R. St. George, Clar. C. 21, Visit. ..f London [1634] ; Add. M.S. 14,295, 
fo. 57. 



264 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

Vynar, Henry, "of Castellc in Com. Wiltshire, a gift A" 1558." (Harvey's 
Grants), Add. MS. 10,940, fo. 47'' [which adds: " Aziir, a bend golde, on 
a chief arpjent a saulter eng* giiles betw. i cornyshe chowys sables in tliir 
proper cmiler, on a wrethe >rolde and aziir an artnyd arnie argent, garnyshed 
guide, holding a gold ryng witli a dyamond."] 



Wade, Arniierell, a native of the northern jiarls of England, gi-anted 1 Nov., 

1 EA. VI., 1547, by G. Dethick, Norr. Q's Coll. 0.\f. MS. 37, fo. 14, and 

MS. 39, fo. 7 ; Hail. MR. 1507, fo. 430, copv of grant in French (Brit. 

Mns.) ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 4" ; Grants I., 119 ; Le Neve's MS. 436. 
„ John, of Coventry, gent., s>rant 20 Feb., 34 Hen. VIII., 1542-3, by T. Hawley, 

Clar. Harl. MS. 1507. fo. 405, and Q's Coll. 0.\f. MS. 38, fo. 41, copy of 

grant ; (Add. A[S. iC.lMo, fo. 201, 10 Jan. 1539-40, 31 Hen. VIII.). ,See. 

Wahde. 
„ William, of (iray's Inn, s. of Arniisel of Hampstead, Esq., etc., 6 April 1574, 

by Sir G. Dethick. Harl. MSS. 1441, fo. 81''; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, 

fo. 34, all beinu' iniarteiiy, the 1 and 4 being the 2 and 3 quarters in Stowe 

MS. 070, fo. :;:'' ; then (if Belsize in Hampstead, Clerk of the Council. 
„ William (s. of William, s. of William, s. of Robert), of Bildeston, SuflF., 

confirmed 8 Nov. 1004, by Camden. Harl. MS. 1470, fo. 10 and 49, copy 

of grant, Brit. Mus. ; Grants II., 574 ; Guil. 248. 
Wadeson, John, of Yafforth, Yorks, 18 Nov. 1612, by R. St. George, Norr. Add. 

MS. 14,295, fo. 59"'; B. 12, fo. 207 [Her. Coll.] ; C. 13 [Visit, of Yorks, 

1612], fo. 207 ; Robert in Guil. 213. 
Wadman, John, of Brooke, Wilts, 20 May 1007, by Sir E. Walker, Gart. Her. 

Coll., fo. 64. 
Wagstaff, Anthony, of Hasel end, co. Derby, granted .... Aug. 1611, by 

R. St. George, Norr. Guil. 03 ; Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 13. 
Wagstaffe, Thomas, of Warwick, gent., descended from Wagstaflfe of Cheshire ; 

a confirmation Feb. 1016, \y Camden. Harl. MSS. 6059, fo. 35", and 

5887, fo. 9-d^. 
Wainewright or Waynewright, . . . ., 1647, by Bysshe, Gart. Add. MS. 

26,758, fo. 16 ; Stowe MS. 677, fo. 34 ; Harl. MS. 6832, fo. 413. 
Wake, William, of Blandford and Wareliam, Dor.set, certified by Sir William Wake 

of Piddiugtou Grange, Norihants, in 1676. Grants IV., 162-3. ? Father 

of the Archbp. next named. 
„ William, of Gray's Inn, D.D., rector of St. James, Westminster (after Archbp. 

of Canterbury), s. of William, of Shapwick, confirmed 16 May 1094, by 

T. St. George, Gait. Grants IV., 185. ? Per E. Marshal's Warrant. 
Wakeham, John, of Borough, Devon, an attorney of Court of Com. Pleas and an 

ancient of Lyon's Inn, granted .... 1038, by Borough. Harl. MSS. 1105, 

fo. 55", and 1441, fo. 59 ; Add. MS. 20,702, fo. 90 ; Guil. 397. 
„ Richard, of Bedford, co. Gloucester, 1580, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, 

fo. 89, and 1422, fo. 51" ; Add. MS. 4900, fo. 35". 
„ Robert, of Bere Ferris, Devon, D.l)., patent 16 May 1016, by Camden. Add. 

MS. 14,295, fo. 63" ; Camden's Grants 35 ; and C. 1 [Visit, of Devon, 

1620], fo. 159, Her. Coll. ; Harl. MSS. 6059, fo. 34, and 1422, fo. 40". 
Waldegrave, Henry, Lord, supporters 3 June 1686, bv Sir T. St. George, Gart., 

and Sir J. Dugdale, Norr. Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 178 ; Grants III.', fo. 295 ; 

Lansd. MS. 867, fo. 52. 
Walden, Sir Richard, of Kent, Knt., temp. Hen. VI., coat and crest. Barker's 

Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 109 ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 94. 
Walkeden, Geoffrey, of Stone, co. Staff., gift .... 1558. (Harvey's Grants), Add. 

MSS. 16,940, fo. 55, and 5887, fo. 54. 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 265 

Walkaert, Sir Abraham, from I5rabant, given at Oxford (1) May 1G45, by Walker. 

Add. MS. 14,21)4, fo. 28. {See next entry.) 
Walkeu, Abraham, of the Hague, by Walker, Gart. Jeweller unto the princess 
Royal. Augmentation and crest at Oxford Hay 1645. (t9c« last entry.) 
Her. Coll., 28 ; (arg., on a chev. rinucd at the point, betw. three crescents 
sa., a star or, Berry). 

„ Anthony, of Yorks, gent., granted 11 .Marrh 1553-4, by Sir G. Dethick, 
Gart.; confirmed 12 .June 1563, by Harvey, Clar. ; " m'' neither Garter 
nor Clar. ought to have given theis arms but only M' (W. Flower) Norroy." 
Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 37, fo. 41, and MS. 39, fo. 47, copy of grant (MS. 146, 
fo. 22) ; Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 75" ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 8, 76'' ; Grants I., 
405. 

„ Christopher, of the Inner Temple, ? by Sir B. Bysshe, Gart. Harl. MS. 1 105, 
fo. 15. Bencher 1652 ; died 12 Jan. 1655-6. 

„ Sir Edward, Garter, principal K. of Arms, clerk of the Council and receiver- 
general of H.M.'s money, granted at Jersey 8 Feb. 1649-50 ; alteration of 
crest and augmentation, arg., on a cross of St. George gu. five leopards' 
faces or, quartering arg., a chev. betw. three crescents sa., by Walker, Gart. 
Her. Coll., fo. 3 ; Harl. MSS. 1052, fo. 211", and 1105, fo. 12''. See Agnes 
Eeevk, his wife. 

„ Francis, of Bringwood, co. Hereford, a zealous Royalist, 20 Dec. 1660, by 
Walker. Add. MSS. 14,293, fo. 27, and 14,294, fo. 2" ; MS. Ashm. 858, 
fo. 131-2, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 50 ; Guil. 
187 ; Gu., a cross raguly betw. four lions' heads erased ar., crowned or. 

„ George, of Cambridge, Esq., confirmed .... by Cooke : sa., three tigers 
passant reguardant [in pale ?] ermine ; [Crest] out of a clump of trees a 
lion issuant, all ppr. Stowe MS. 706, fo. 52. 

„ Heury, of Kington, co. Hereford, arms, on a chevron [trick, ? arched] at the 
point betw. three crescent.s sa. two plates .... all within a bordure 
invackted of the 2"'', by Camden. Caius Coll. Camb. MS. 551, fo. 30 ; 
" Camden's Guifts," of " Kinton." 

„ John, of Hillingdon, Jliddx. (s. of William, of Wakefield, Yorks, etc.), 
assistant to the clerk of the parliaments Lords, 10 Sept. 1663, by Walker : 
arg., a fesse embattled counter embattled betw. three cressents sa. Add. 
MS. 14,294, fo. 14. 

„ Thomas, High Sheriff, Surrey, March 1657, by Sir E. Bysshe, Gart. Harl. 
MS. 1172, fo. 23, copy of grant. 

„ Thomas, D.D., Master Univ. Coll., Oxon. ; died 5 Oct. 1665 ; arms assigned 
to his ex'ors by Walker. Guil. 96. 

„ Walter, Bachelor of Law and Commissary of the Court at Bedford .... 
by Sir H. St. George, patent or confirmation. Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 58''. 

„ William, of Busbey, Herts, Doctor of the laws and Judge Advocate, by Segar. 
Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 114". 

„ William, B.D., descended out of Lancashire, arg., on a chev. sa. betw. three 
pellets as many crescents of the first, testified by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, 
fo. 114" ; C. 28, fo. 44", 2nd Index, Her. Coll. ; Guil. 361 ; Harl. MSS. 
6140, fo. 78", and 1440, fo. 161. 
Wall (Thomas), of Cryche in Darbishire, Norroy King of Arms, coat and crest. 
Barker's Grants, Harl. M.S. 5846, fo. 105"; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 92". 

„ Humfrey, of Leominster, co. Hereford, gent., confirmation of arms and gift 
of crest 8 July, 36 Q. Eliz., 1594, by Lee, Clar. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 58" ; 
Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 31 ; of Lutwidge in Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 56" ; 7'" of 
July in Add. MS. 14,295, fo. 26", which adds " the arras were John's, his 
father an officer under Hen. VIII., E. VI., Q. Mary and Q. Eliz. in the 
buttrie, who died the xi'" of Feb. 1564, bur. in St. Margaret's, Westminster"; 
Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 15. 

„ William, of Hogesdon, Middx., a patent .... April 1613, by Camden. Harl. 

M M 



266 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OP THE XVII. CENTTJRY. 

MS. 6059, fo. 26'' ; Guil. 380 ; erroneously called Hall iu Morgan's Sphere, 

ii., 113, and Le Neve's MS. 320. 
Walles or "Wallis, Lewis, ais Dart, of Barnstaple, Devon, .... 1500, by Cooke. 

Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 96"; Wallis iu Harl. MS. 1079, fo. 160, aud Stowe 

MS. 670, fo. 39". 
Walley, Thomas, s. of Thomas, of Stonepitt, Kent, and sometime of Somerset, 

1591, by Cooke, Clar. Stowe MS. 670, fo. iS". 

Walmsley, Thomas, of Dukenhalgh, co. Lane., Esq., quarterly of 8, 10 Aug. 

1548, by Sir G. Dethiek. Harl. MS. lUl, fo. 86 ; confirmed 20 Aug. 

1560, by G. D[ethick] ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 42 ; quarterly of 6, 

Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 28, 53". 
Wallpoole, Sir John, of Duiister, co. Line, cornet of the King's troops, augmen- 
tation 1 June 1646 at Oxford, by Walker. Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 12"; 

Genealogist, vol. i., 101 ; Her. Coll., fo. 27, cojiy of grant, Brit. Mus. ; 

Harl. MS. 1052, fo. 211. 
Walpole, Robert, of Pinchbeck, co. Line, ar., confirmed .... 1561 (Harvey's 

Grants). Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 16". 
Walter, . . . ., of Kent, a patent 4 May 1613, by Camden. Harl. MSS. 6059, 

fo. 27, and 1548, fo. 188". 
„ Edmond, of London, gent., 15 March 1545-6, by Barker. Stowe MS. 677, 

fo. 10. See William below. 
„ Henry, of Stebenheath, Middx., gent., s. of John,- etc., confirmed, but more 

probably a grant, 20 March 1571-2, by Cooke. Stowe MS. 676, fo. 39 ; 

Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 37, fo. 51, copy of grant. 
„ (Sir) Robert, Lord Mayor of York, at the entrance of K. James into 

England, confirmed 1 Oct. 1603, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 115; 

Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 52, and 1359, fo. 9 : Guil. 322 ; Knighted by the 

King on his way south, Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 67". 
„ William, of Crowden, co. Camb., and "I grant, coat and crest 15 March 1545-6. 
„ Edmund, of London, J See Edm'' above. Barker's Grants, 

Harl. MSS. 5846, fo. 112, and 

1422, fo. 72" ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 94". 
Waltham ais Mason, who was master Mason to Hen. VIIL, by Cooke, .... 

Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 15". 
Walthew or Walthow, Robert, of Deptford, Kent, "serviens confectionarius " 

to K. James, patent 10 June 1611, by Camden. Harl. MS. 6059, fo. 25 ; 

Jan. in Guil. 285, and 20 Jan. in Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 41, copy of grant. 
Wandesford, Richard, of Upper Sapey, co. Hereford, coat . . . ., Barker's Grants. 

Harl. MS. 5846, fo. Ill ; Stowe MS. 092, fo. 94". 
Wankford, Robert, of Barwick Hall in Topsfield, in Essex, 14 May 1663. Harl. 

MSS. 1085, fo. 4, and 1105, fo. 18"; Bysshe's Grants, fo. 10, Her. Coll., 

and a new coat, etc., 18 Sept. 1664, fo. 13 ; Guil. 359. 
Wanton, Thomas, of London, gent., grant 6 Nov., 5 and 6 Piiilip and Mary, 1558, 

by Sir G. Dethiek, Gart. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 89, copy of grant ; 

Grants L, 160 ; Harl. BIS. 1359, fo. 71. 
Wappam, Elizabeth, wife to Sir William Locke, Maior of London (out of Sussex), 

1 Aug. 1550, by ? Hawiey. Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 203". 
Warbleton, John, s. and h. of John de, arms claimed by Theobald, s. of Sir 

.Theobald Russell, formerly Gorges, given iu favour of John Warbleton, by 

Henry, Earl of Lancaster, Derby and Leicester, and Steward of England, 

1347. Stowe MS. 840, fo. 57. 
Warburton, Peter, of co. pal. Chester, Sergeant at law, grant 25 Feb. 1593-4, by 

W. Dethiek, Gart. Stowe MS. 676, fo. 109" ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 36, 

fo. 40, copy of grant, Quarterly, " Warbertou, who is illegitimate, & 

therefore not to bear the armes of Duttou with the difference of an ermyn, 

but with their great prejudice which they hare complayned of. Garter had 

for it 20",'' entered by R. Brooke, York Her. Harl. MS. 1453, fo. 34. 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 267 

Warburtox, Piers, of Northwich, Cheshire, s. of Tlios., s. of John, 4 s. of (JeofTrey, 

of Chesh., 19 8cpt. 1580, 22 Eliz., by Flower, in French. MS. Ashra. 844-, 

fo. 49, copy of patent, Bodleian Lili. 

Ward, . . . ., of Birmingham, co. Warw 1575 , ? visitation. (Berry.) 

„ (George), of Brooke, Norfolk, 10 Aug. 1576, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1085, 

fo. 39, Berry. Thomas in Add. MS. 14,294, fo. 79, copy of grant, 

Brit. Mus. 
Warde, Edward, late of Postwick, now of Bi.xley, Norfolk, j>;ent., s. of Henry, s. of 

Robert, gent., 22 Nov. 1575, by Sir G. Dethick. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 84 ; 

Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 39". 
„ Giles, of London, . . . ., by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 44^ Arms, az., a 

cross patonce or, charged with a crescent gu. ; Crest, a wolf's head and neck 

couped or, charged with a fesse ermine. 
„ John, of Coventry, quarterly, coat confirmed and crest granted 20 Feb. 

1542-3, by Hawley, Clar. Le Neve's MS. 405. {See Wade.) 
„ John, of Great Hford, Essex, out of Yorks, quarterly of 4, certificate, by 

Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 115" ; Grants I., 387. 
,, Leonard, of Lincolns Inn, . . . ., by W. Ryley, Lane. Herald. Stowe MS. 

703, fo. 64. 
„ Richard, of Gorleston, Suff. (12 July) 1593, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, 

fo. 105", and 1422, fo. 44" ; 12 July in Edmoiidson's Armory ; Add. MS. 

4966, fo. 24". 
„ William and "1 sons of William, of Pilton, Devon, confirmed coat and crest 
„ Richard, / granted 21 or 27 July 1614, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, 
fo. 115 ; Harl. MS. 1470, fo. 171, copy of grant ; C. 24 

[Visit, of London, 1634], fo. 104", Her. Coll.; Guil. 231 ; 2P' July in 

Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 65, copy of patent in Brit. Mus. 
Ward, William, of Houghton Parva, Northants, and to sisters Mary and Dorothy, 

31 May 1695, by T. St. George, Gart. and Clar. Stowe MS. 714, fo. 121 ; 

Grants IV., 206 ; Guil. 229. 
Wardell, Ann, of Caen, Normandy, descended of John, who was the first that 

came into Normandy, confirmed by Ro. Cooke, 1584, arg., a chev. betw. 

3 boars' heads couped sa. on a chief vert 3 bezants. Berry. Stowe MS. 

670, fo. 6 ; Add. MSS. 14,297, fo. 6, and 12,474, fo. 54". 
Wardman, Anthony, of London, . . . ., by Ro. Cooke. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 49". 
Wardour, Chideock, coz. and heir of John, of Westbury, Wilts, confirmed .... 

1585, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 99", and 1052, fo. 18 ; Guil. 196 ; 

Add. MS. 4966, fo. 19 ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 20". 
Warhaji, Hugh (de), of Malshanger, Hants (bro. of the Archbp.), coat and crest, 

allowed ? Hants Visit. Harl. MS. 1544, fo. 32" ; Barker's Grants, Harl. 

MS. 5846, fo. 108" ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 93". 
Warley, William, of London, gent., patent 9 April, 33 Q. Eliz., 1591, by Cooke. 

Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 118", and 5887, fo. 88". 
Waeme, see Wokme. 
Warmingtox, Francis (or Warrinoton), arg., on a bend sa. three eaglets 

displayed regardant or; Crest, out of a ducal coronet az. a derai eagle as in 

the arms. Caius Coll. Camb. MS. 551, fo. 31, Camden's Guifts ; Harl. MS. 

1441, fo. 151", as Wilmington. 
Warne, William, of Southampton, gent., grant 6 Feb. 1657, by E. Bysshe, Gart. 

Harl. MSS. 1441, fo. 52, copy of grant, and 1105, fo. 15". 
Warxer, . . . ., of Essex, crest June 1609, by Camden, must be a sarisones head in 

this manner : this crest was given to one Warner, of Sussex, altered to 

Suffolk. Harl. MSS. 6059, fo. 9, and 1422, fo. 20. 
„ .... of Kent .... 1616, attestation, arms and quarterings. Quarterly : 

1 and 4, per pale indented arg. and sa. ; 2, az., a fieur-de-lis or ; 3, vert, 

a cross engrailed arg by Segar. Add. JIS. 12,225, fo. 121" ; see also 

Visit, of Kent, 1666, by Bysshe, ? as Warne. 



268 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

Warner, Mark, of Strowde, Middx., gent., s. and h. of Robert, of .Strowd, s. and h. 

of John, of London, Aldenn., 20 June 1.578, 15 Q. Eliz., by Cooke. Harl. 

MS. 1359, fo. 82'', 1577 crest; Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 123, quartering 

2 Vavasour, 3 Hariot. Mem. that these were no heires. 
„ Thomas, of London, a Spanish mercht., .... 1579, by Sir G. Dethick, Gart. 

Berry. 
Warnescombe, Thomas, of Lugwardine, co. Hereford, coat and crest. Barker's 

Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 113" ; Stowe MS. G92, fo. 95, as John. 
Warre (Laward), Richard, of Hestercombe, Somerset, Esq., confirmed 10 July 

1576, by G. Dethick, Gart. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 41 ; Add. MS. 

18,582, fo. 43. 
Warren, . . . ., of Newton, Suff., .... 1589 : Arg., a fesse chequey or and az. 

betw. three talbots sa. Crest. [No reference.] 
, , London and WalterstafiF, Devon, 14 March 1623 : Crest, a greyhound 

sa. seizing a hare ppr. Arms, arg., three mascles sa. betw. two bars 

countercompony or and az., on a canton of the second three ducal crowns 

or, all within a bordure gu. charged with eight bezants. Berry. 
Warryn, Francis, of Rutland, 18 November 1511, by Carlyle, Norr. Harl. MS. 

1116, fo. 39". 
Warren, Gregory, of Horden, s. of Gregory, of St. Peter's in St. Albans, Herts, 

by Camden. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 47'', and 1441, fo. 51. 

„ Jasper, of Great Thurlow, s. of Thomas, of Long Melford, Suff., .... 1538, 

by Hawley. Harl. MS. 1422. fo. 16. 
„ John, of London, by Cooke. Add. :MS. 14,295, fo. 94, 05 ; Harl. MS. 

1422, fo. 23. 
„ John, of London, 15 Sept. 1555, by ? Hawley. Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 207". 
„ John, of London, .... 1613, by Camden. Morgan's Sphere, 118. 
Waryn, Laurence, of Herts : arms, arg., a fesse, a pile in pale pierced of the field 

betw. iiij leopards' heads gu. Crest, a scorpion party per pale gu. and az., 

flamed arg. 10 May 1552, 6 Ed. VL Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 205" ; Stowe 

MS. 692, fo. 94" ; (Barker's Grants) rather Hawley. 
Warryn, Rauffe, of London (gent.), coat .... Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, 

fo. 107" ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 93. 
Waryne, Robert, of London resident, but of Long Melford, Suff., grant 28 June 

1538, by Hawley. Harl. MS. 1820, fo. 5". 

Warren, ("Roger, of Suff., gift 1560. (Harvey's Grants), Add. MS. 16,940, 

I fo. 18''. 
|_ Thomas, of Newberrv, Snff., new crest 1589 at request of Drury, deputy 

to Cooke, Clar. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 35 ; Add. MS. 14,297, fo. 33. 
Warton, crest .... Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 110 ; Stowe MS. 

692, fo. 94. 
Washington, Laurence, of Sulgrave, Northants, .... by Cooke, 1592. Harl. MS. 

1422, fo. 13", 71" ; Washingle in Stowe MS. 670, fo. 50. 
Wasse, John, of London, gent., crest granted 1 Feb., 3 Q. Eliz., 1560-61, by Sir 

Gilb. Dethick, Gart. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 118, copy of grant; 

Grants L, 282 ; Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 81, and 5887, fo. 5" ; copy of grant, 

Harl. M.S. 1116, fo. 51. 

Wastell, prior Hen. VIL Add. MS. 26,702, fo. 44". 

Waterhouse, John, of Hemel Hempsted, Herts, gent., grant 10 June, 25 Hen. VIIL, 

?1533, by Hawley, Clar. (PTonge, Clar.). 1528 in Harl. MS. 1507, 

fo. 40" ; Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 9" ; 1533 in Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 34, 

copy of grant; of Berkhampsted, Harl. MS. 1116, fo. 57", as Harvey; 

Le Neve's MS. 406. 
„ Robert, of Halifax, Yorks, late escheator and Justice of the peace in said 

county, patent granted 7 April 1561, by Dalton. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 49". 
„ Robert, of Halifax, Yorks, 9 Oct. 1573, by Sir G. Dethick, Gart. Harl. MS. 

1441, fo. 80" ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 145, fo. 32 ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 43. 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THK XVII. CENTURY. 20^ 

Waters, Rdbert, of Roytoii, Kent, gift .... lOO-i. (llui'vey's (i rants), .\iUl. MS. 

1(;,'.)4(), fo. 31. 
Watkins, llninfrey, of Hall Wall, Somerset, s. of Thomas, of Yoi-ks, confirmed 

i> Jan. irn;0-(;i, bv Dalton. Had. MS. 1359, fo. 49. 
Watkinsox, Henry, Doctor of law (out of Yorkshire), 10 Oct. 1604, by Walker. 

Add. MS. 14,294, fo. 8 ; Surtecs Soc, XLI., liii. 
Watmough, Francis, s. of Richard, s. of William, of Micklehead. co. Lane, crest 
17 Jan. 1602-3, by Segar. Stowe MS. 077, fo. 1.5"; Harl. MS. 1115, 
fo. {)7, copy of grant, lirit. Mus. 

Watson, crest Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 5846, fo. 110" ; Stowe MS. 

692, fo. 94. 
„ Anthony, D.D., of Chicham, Surrey, Bp. of Chichester and Almoner to 
Q. Eliz., s. of Edward, s. of William, both of Thorpe Thewlesse, co. Durham, 
gift 8 Sept. 1596, 38 Q. Eliz., bv Lee. Harl. MSS. 1069, fo. 10", and 
1359, fo. 18 ; 7'" Sept. in Add. M.S. 14,295, fo. 11. 
„ Edward, of Lidington, Rutland, coat and crest. Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 

5846, fo. 107" ; Stowe MS. 692, fo. 93, again after. 
„ Rowland, of White Webbs, par. of Enfield, Middx., 3rd s. of William, of 
Newport, Salop, s. of Thomas, 2. s. of William, of Gisboro,Yorks, Esq., which 
Thomas was bro. and heir to Robert, of (Jisboro aforesaid (arms, or, on 
a chief vert, three martlets of the field), gift ; Crest, an ermine passant or, 
collared, ringed and lined or, .... by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1052, fo. 14", 
and 1359, fo. 88 ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 52. 
„ Thomas, Bp. of Lincoln, arms 2 (Dec.) 1556, by ? Hawley. Add. MS. 

16,940, fo. 208". 
„ Thomas, of Halstead (or Hasted, Kent), and his wife, 22 July 1613, by 
Camden. (Harl. MSS. 1422, fo, 14", and 5839, fo. 42", different crests) ; 
styled a Knight in Cains Coll. Camb. MS. 551, fo. 31". 

Watte, . . . ., of Kent and Somst 1591 .... arg., on a cross sa. five lions 

rampant or. Crest, a cubit arm erect in coat of mail, holding in the hand 
a pistol, all ppr. Berry. 
Watt, .... of Leominster, co. Hereford, 7 July 1594 .... Berry. 
Watte, Richard, of Rochester, Kent, 1 April 1552, by ? Hawley. .\<ld. MS. 
16,940, fo. 205". 

Watts, , of Norfolk, May 1610, by Camden. Harl. MSS. 1422, lb. 21, 

and 6059, fo. 12. 

„ . . . ., of Norwich 18 Jan. 1664-5, by Bysshe, Clar. Berry. 

., Edward, of Blakesley, Northts., and bro. "1 sons of William, s. of Thus, of 
„ Montague, of Lincofn's Lin, Esq., J London, etc., crest granted 

15 Feb. 1614-15, by Camden. 
Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 127, copy of grant ; Harl. MSS. 1507, fo. 378, 
6059, fo. 39", and 1422, fo. 40 ; Stowe MS. 714, fo. 84 ; Le .Neve's JIS. 
348, 378. 
Wattes, Hugh, of Shanks, par. of Cuckling, Somerset, s. of William, 10 .Inly 
1616, by Segar. Add. MS. 12.225, fo. 115"; C. 22 [Visit, of 
Somerset, 1623], fo. 363, Her. Coll. ; Grants L, 376 (10 July) ; Guil. 
332 
Watts, John, of London, Alderni., irift 2 July 1596, by R. Lee. Harl. MSS. 1359, 

fo. 32, and 1422, fo. 58" ; Add. MS. 14,295, to. 29". 

Wattys, Robert, and 1 of Berks, confirmed 27 Sept. 1503, by (R. Machado) Rich- 

„ John, / mond Clar. MS. Ashm. 834, fo. 10, copy of grant, 

Bodleian Lib.; Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 108"; Guil. 223; 

Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 71. 

Waxchaxdlers, Company of, of London, granted 3 Feb. 1484-5, 2 R. IIL, by Sir 

Thomas Holme, Clar. ; confirmed 11 Oct. 1530 (1523 in Her. and (ieneal., 

i., 121), 22 Hen. VIIL, by T. Benolt. (Alteration 12 Oct. 1536, by 

Hawley, Harl. MSS. 1052, fo. 205) and 1052, fo. 202, 203, 205, copy of 



270 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVlI. CENTTTRf. 

Srant, Brit. Mus. ; MSS. Ashm. 858, io. 40, aud 834, fo. 62, copy of grant, 

Bodleian Lib. ; Cat. Her. Exhib. Soc. of Antiq., 61. 
Waye, Thomas, Master of the Marshalsea, quarterly, by Cooke ; the crest given 

24 March 1674 (? 1574). Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 118 ; called May in Harl. 

MS. 1422, fo. 121 ; Stowe MS. 670, fo. 69"; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 68"; 

Add. MS. 4966, fo. 100" ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 68. 
Waylton, Gregory, confirmed .... 1560. (Harvey's Grants), Add. MS. 16,940, 

fo. 9. 
Wayte, Thomas, H.M.'s receiver of cos. "Warwick and Leic, a patent .... June 

1612, by Camden. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 37, and 6059, fo. 23"; Guil. 

316. 
Weavers' Guild, 4 Aug. 1490, by Sir T. Holme, Clar. ; confirmed 11 Oct. 1530, 

by Benolte ; supporters 10 Aug. 1616, by Segar. Her. and Geneal., i., 

121, 123 ; Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 116 ; 10 Aug. in Bishop's MS. in Puttick's 

Sale, April 15, 1898. 
Webbe, Emma, dau. of Henry, of Kimbolton, Hants, wife to John Cordali of 

Long Melford, Suff., 10 April 1554, by ? Hawley. Add. MS. 16,940,\ 

fo. 206". 
Webb, Henry, of London, gent., one of the King's gent, ushers, and chief porter 

Tower of London, grant 20 Feb. 1543-4, and a new coat and crest 10 Sept., 

4 Ed. Vr., 1550, by Hawley. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 38, 57, copies of 

grants ; Misc. Gen. et Her., 3''' S., vol. ii., p. 156 ; Grants IL, 458 ; Guil. 

395 ; Le Neve's MS. 411. 
„ Henry, of Harrow (on the) Hill, Middx., 1587, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 

1359, fo. 108, and 1422, fo. 61"; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 57". 
Webbe, Robert, of Cliffords, Somerset, .... 1591, by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, 

fo. 121", and 1422, fo. 23". 
„ . . . ., gules a fees between three owls or, June 1627, by R. St. George, Clar. 

Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 7. 
„ Thomas, of London, , by Cooke. Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 87", 1422, 

fo. 61", and 5887, fo. 66 ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 58. 
Webb, Thomas, of Gillingham, Keut, s. of John, s. of John, s. of Bernard, of the 

same, granted . . . ., by Cooke. Cooke's Grants, fo. 4, Her. Coll. ; Guil. 

221 ; (Ardolfe quartered by Webbe, of Kent, 1584 ; Cott. MS. Faustiua 

E. 2, fo. 282) ; (Stowe MS. 670, fo. 3"). 
„ William, of Motcombe, Dor.set (2 s. of William, of New Sarum, Wilts, etc., 

and of Katherine his wife, dau. and h. of John Aborough, Esq.), and to 

his wife Katberine, dau. and cob. of Geo. Tourney, gent., s. and h. of 

William Tourney aud Anne, dau. aud coli. of Stephen Payn, Esq., s. aud 

h. of, etc., quarterly of 4, and an cscocheon of pretence, quarterly of 9, 

17 June 1577, by Cooke. The patent was surrendered to Kobert Cooke, 

the cross altered to a plain one, aud the arms allowed to William Webb 

and John, his brother ; at the suyte of one ... . Wyatt of the Inner 

Temple, 26 March 1586 (fo. 63"). MS. Ashm. 844, fo. 63, copy of graut, 

Bodleian Lib. ; Cooke's Grants, fo. 46", Her. Coll. ; Guil. 221 ; Harl. MS. 

5887, fo. 37 ; Stowe MS. 670, fo. 58. 
Webley or Weblin(cke), Wessell, of Upthall in Essex, s. of John, s. of John, s. 

of Garret, born in Westphalia under the Empire, 9 Feb. 1606-7, by 

Camden. Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 19", aud 6059, fo. 6" ; (1604-5 in Add. MS. 

14,293, fo. 21"), az., a saltire, flurtee, etc., a gryphon passant in chief or, 

by Segar ; Gu., a saltire flurtee or, in chief a lyon passant of the same, and 

of Southwark, brewer, in Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 116. 
Webster, George, Master Cooke, gift .... 1559 (Harvey's Grants). Add. MS. 

16,940, fo. 28 ; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 31". 
Weckherlin, see Wickherlin. 
Weddall, John, of Stebenheatli, ats Stepney, Middx., Capt. of the Rainbow, 

a principall Ship in the King's Navy, took the castle of Kochmay in the 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 271 

gulf of Persia, etc., giant 2 May U;27, by Segar. Add. 5IS. 12,22."), 
fo. 11(1" ; S'-J of May in Guil. 330 ; riarl. MS. (;i'40, fo. 70". 

AVedgwood, John, of Havklcs, co. Staff., confirmed 20 Nov. ITiTO, lii FA'v/.., by 
Cooke. MS. Asiim. 858, fo. 119 (coi)y of grant, Bodleian Lili.) ; 157(i, 
19 Q. Eliz. in Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 121. 

AVEDNEtJTKU, Ciiaiies, of Bromyard, co. Hereford, Es(|., s. of Jobn, s. of Jolin, 
crest granted 30 Nov. 'l588, by Cooke. Q's Coil. O.xf. MS. 37. lb. 114, 
cpv (>f grant; Grants II., 487; Ilarl. MS. 1359, fo. 95''; Giiil. 212; 
Stn'w, MS. (wO. fo. 70, says given by \V. Detliick. 

Welby, liielianl, of Halstcad, co. Line, coat coiifinned and crest irranted 21 
March 1502-3. Add. MS. 10,940, fo. 12"; Grants II., 594, as 10"' 
March, and Wilbe ; by Harvey, Her. and Geneai., i., 82 ; Misc. Gen. et Iler., 
i., 249. 

TTelby or WoLBY, Robert, of Billesby, co. Line., Esq., s. of Vincent, of Thorjie 
in the said co., wiio mar. Margaret, dan. and one of the heirs of 
Laurence Jlears of Kirton, Esq., . . . ., by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, 
fo. 122. 

Welche, Sir John, of Gloucester, coat and crest. Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 
5840, fo. 104" ; Stowe MS. 092, fo. 92. 

AVelcoiie, William, of Market Stanton, co. Line, gent., I Jan. 1581-2, by Sir G. 
Dethick. Gart. Q's Coll. O.xf. MS. 145, fo. 43 ; Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 80" ; 
Add. MS. 17,500, fo. 7 and 20, 23 Eliz., i.e., 1580-1, Le Neve's MS. 
251. 

Weld, Sir Humphrey, Mayor of London, a confirmation 30 Aug. 1000, by Camden, 
quarterly, Weld. "Grants als Bnltall and Fitz Hugh. Harl. MS. 1441, 
fo. 97 (no bordure) ; Harl. MSS. 1422, fo. 110. and 0059, fo. 21" ; Berry's 
Appendix ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 48". 
„ John, of Eton, Cheshire, s. of John, etc., crest 10 .\pril 1552, by Sir 
G. Dethick, Gart. Misc. Gen. et Her., i., 10 : Q's Coll. 0.\f. MS. 145, 
fo. 1 ; Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 01 (and a ditf. crest ermine, fo. 68", 23 Jan.) ; 
Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 40. 
„ John, gent, and haberdasher, of London, s. of John, of Eton, Cheshire, s. of 
John, of Eton, s. of Edward, of Eton, descended of worshipful lineage 
(assigned, ratified, confirmed and set forth), confirmed (within a bordure) 
28 Jan. 1559, by Sir G. Dethick, Gart. Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 08"; Q's 
Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 75, copy of grant (and MS. 145, fo. 12") ; Grants I., 
128 ; Harl. MSS. 1359, fo. 53, and 5887, fo. 40 ; Stowe MS. 703, fo. 4. 

Weldon, Edward, crest 14 Feb., 4 and 5 Philip and Mary, 1557-8, by Sir 
G. Dethick, Gart. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 39, fo. 92, copy of grant in 
Latin ; Grants I., 23 ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 71" ; see quarterly coat, Harl. 
MS. 6140, fo. 44". 

Weldyshe, William, of Lynton in Kent, vert, iii running liouuds, ar., on a chief 
arg., a fox passant gu. ; Crest, a demi fox ppr. erased gu. (Granted 
19 March 1542-3, Harl. MS. 5524, fo. 28") ; Barker's Grants, Stowe MS. 
092, fo. 95" ; see Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 22. 

Weller, Richard, B.D., rector of AVarbilton, Sussex, grant 3 May 1072, by Sir 
Edw. Byssbe. Clar. Her. and Geneai., i., 83; Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 89"; 
(as David), Bysshe's (irants, 30. 

Wells, Barnard, of Holme, co. Derby, grant 14 Nov. 1034, by St. George, Clar. 
MS. Ashm. 858, fo. 102, copy of grant, Bodleian Lib. ; Reliquary, xxii., 51. 
See Webb. 

Welles, George or Thomas, of Kese College in Cambridge, patent Nov. 1014, by 
Camden. Harl. MSS. 6059, fo. 31, and 1422, fo. 89". 
„ Jon, gent., Anglois de Houborne, a fief and seigneury in ye par. of 
Bucksted, Sussex, s. of Jan, s. of Jan, s. of Jan Welles ais Atwells, etc., 
ensign to Capt. Mich. Wood's Compy. in the regt. of Sir Horace Vere in 
service of the state, . . . ., by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 116". 



272 GRANTEES OP ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 

Welles, Ricliai-d, of Ware, Herts, confirmed .... 1550. (Harvey's Grants), Add. 
MS. 10,940, fo. 15". 

Wendover, Edward, of the citv of Salisbury, confirmed quarterly, 10 June 1015, 
by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 117 ; Harl. MS. GUO, fo. 77 ; 14"> June 
in Guil. 185. 

Wenham, John, of Morehall, Sussex, by Cooke, Clar. Stowe MS. 670, fo. 76". 

Wenman (Weynman), Richard, of Whitney, Oxon., gent., grant 20 Sept. 1509, by 
Thos. Writhe or Wriothesley, Gart., and Roger Machado ais Richmont 
Olar. Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 38, fo. 25, copy of grant in French ; Harl. MS. 
1359, fo. 8, Grant in Record Office. 
„ Sir Richard, of Tame Park, Oxon., Knt., created Baron Wenman of Kill- 
niainham in Dublin, and Visct. Wenman of Tuam, co. Galway, 25 July 
102S, coufirniatiou of coat and quartering, and supporters granted 17 June 
163U, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 118". 

Wentworth, John, of Somerton, Suff., 11 Oct. 1576, by Cooke. Coat and crest, 
Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 85" ; Thomas in Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 14. 
„ Tiiomas, Lord, Baron Wentworth of Woodhouse and Visct. Wentworth, 
confirmed grant of supporters by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 119. 

Weoley, Thomas, of Camden, co. Gloiics., gent., s. and h. of Christopher and of 
Alice his wife, d. of William Swetenham of Swettenliam in Cheshire, gent., 
which Christopher w^as s. of Richard and Margaret his wife, dau. of Walter 
Aylworth, of Avlworth Hall, co. Glouc, gent., which Richard was s. of 
Thomas Weoley "and Alice his wife, d. »f ('..lupton of Compton, co. Warw., 
which Tiiomas was s. of Williiim Wroley aiul of Alice his wife, dau. of 
William Bovy of Campden iif.uch.'', which William, s. of John, s. of Henry, 
of Campden.'co. Glouc. ; grant of crest to Thomas and the descendants of 
his father Christopher 25 April 1580, by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1470, fo. 201, 
copy of grant, Brit. Mus., and in 1359, fo. 84, aud 1441, fo. 12 ; (Guil. 
101) ; Crisp's Frag. Geneal., v., 1. 

Wergg, Thomas, vintner in Aldersgate St., London, fined for Sheriff, patent n'rca 
107O, by Sir Edw. Bysshe. Harl. MS. 6179, fo. 59. 

Weslid, John, of Winthorpe, co. Line, 1 or 5 Aug. 1590, by Cooke. Grants IL, 
505 ; Harl. MS. 1550, fo. 132", for pedigree. 

West, . . . ., of London, draper, arg., a fesse dancettee sa. betw. three pellets .... 
by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 117. 
„ Francis," of Mincing Lane, London, and Rotherham, Yorks, 1634, ? Visit. : 
arg., a fesse dancettee betw. three leopards' heads sa. Crest, etc., out of 
a mural crown or a griffin's head arg., charged with a fesse dancettde sa. 
Berrv. 
„ John, of London, s. of William, s. of John, of Plynt Castle, 15 Oct. 1000, by 
Camden. Grants IL, 572; Misc. Gen. et Her., 3rd S., vol. ii., p. 177, 
copy of grant, Brit. Mus. 
„ Nicholas, of Great Hamden, Buck, quarterly, confirmed 13 Feb. 1560-01 
(Harvey's Grants) in a note altered by Cooke, Clar., 12 June 1573. Add. 
MS. 10,940, fo. 19 ; Berry. 
„ Reynold, of Brastwick, co. Yorks, who was s. of William, s. of John, of 
Twynsted, Essex, etc., 23 July 1446, by John Guyon and Roger Legh 
[Rogier Lygh], Clar., and Roger Durroit, Lane' Herald, King of the North 
of England, Herald to John Dike of Lancaster [" Rogier Durroit autre- 
inent dit Lancastre Roy de North Dangleterre herault a Johan Duke de 
Lancastre "]. Cott. MS. Faustina, E. 1, fo. 11, copy of grant, Brit. Mus.; 
by Wrexworth in Grants IL, 039 ; see Harl. MSS. 6140, fo. 47" [has of 
West Awchton in com. Yorks], and 1105, fo. 9 [has, with a trick of arms 
and crest, " M'' Fran. West of London, grocer, 4"' son of Anthony West of 
Bolton in Craven in com. Yorke, gent. ; died 23 Jan. and buried in the 
Church of All Hallows in Bread Street 5 Feb. 1623."] 
„ Sir William, of Amberdeu Hall, Essex, s. of Thomas, descended from West of 



GRANTEES OF ARMS TO THE END OF THE XVII. CENTURY. 273 

Aiiirlitoii, Yorks, aufrmeiitation of coat and {jilt of crest 1 March Kio.")-!!, 

ic'llcn. VIII., by Hawlev. Ilarl. MSS. U)(il), fo. U'. ami l;!.")'.), fo. 20"; 

Surtccs S(,c., XLi., p. xxxix ; Add. MS. U,29n. fo. 14 ; Marl. MS. 111(1, 

fo. icj'', copy of grant. 
We.st, William, Esq., and Eleanor his wife, of the family of Ashton of Lever, 

CO. Lane, fatlier and mother to John West, Esq., and of the bedchamber 

to K. Chas. ; certif. (impaling Ashton) quarterly of four and two crests, 

:, Nov. 1(1,33, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 117"; C. 24 [Visit, of 

London, 1634], Her. Coll. ; Orants I., 3G5 ; Gull. 41. 
WESTBriiEY, Robert, Abbot .... by Wriothesley, Gart. Add. MS. 20,702, 

fo. 57", sa., a cross botonnee betw. four leopards' faces or, on a hordnro 

engrailed arg. ten torteaux. 
AVe.stbye, John, late of Westeby, Yorks, now of Mowbreak, co. Lane, quarterly. 

The crest given nuder the hand and seale of Dalton 20 May 15C0. Harl. 

MSS. 1359, fo. 4(), and 5887, fo. 35. 
We.stco.mbe , of City of Yorkc, 1). Phys., and Westcombe of Devon and 

Somerseish., by W. Ryley. Harl. MS. G179, fo. 60, trick of arras and 

crest : Or, two bars Sable, a canton ermine, " quere quarter." Crest, out 

of a mural crown or a griffin's head argent, beaked sa. 
Westfallixg, Herbert, of Oxford, D.D., 1 March 1575-76, by Cooke. Misc. Gen. 

et Her., N. S., ii., 55 ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 99" ; Cat. Her. Exhib. Soc. of 

Antiq., 68. 
Westfield, Thomas, D.D., preacher at S. Bartholomew the Great, London, by 

R. St. George, Clar. Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 10. 
Westminster, City of, l Oct. 1601, by Camden. Cott. MS. Faustina, E. 1, 14" ; 

1 Oct. 1601, by W. Dethick, Add. MS. 5533, fo. 12". 
Weston, John, .... or, an eagle displayed reguardant sa. (same as Ricbd. Weston 

of Kugeley), bv Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 118; Harl. MS. 6140, 

fo. 78. 
„ Richard, of Rugeley, co. Staff., Esq., quarterly .... by Segar. Add. MS. 

12,225, fo. in"; Harl. MS. 6140, fo. 78. 
„ Sir Richard, elected Baron AVcston of Neyland, arms and crest as John 

Weston and grant of supporters 16 May 1629, by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, 

fo. 118. 
Westrow, Thomas, of London, grocer, s. of John, patent 24 (29) March or April 

1613, by Camden. Harl. MS. 6059, fo. 26" ; Guil. 95 has 24"' of March ; 

Sheriff of London 1625, died 31 Dec. 1625 in Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 13^ 

ti-ick of arms and crest. 
Westwood, Humphrey, s. of Simon, of co. Wore, confirmation of coat and crest 

granted 24 Nov. 1602, 45 Eliz , by Segar. Add. MS. 12,225, fo. 118"; 

Guil. 102 ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 77". 
Wethis. William Thomas, of Lanvcnith in the principality of Wales, descended 

from William, s. of Thomas, s. of Grillith, s. of William Wethis de 

Langat.hlyii, gent., by Thomas Writhe or Wriothesley, Gart. Harl. MS. 

1359, fo. 57. 
Weymouth, (Thomas Thvnne) Visct., quartering and supporters 23 Dec. 1682, by 

Sir W. Dugdale. ' Harl. MS. 6834, fo. 178 ; Grants III., fo. 179. 
Wey'mouth Town" and Melcombe Regis, co. Dorset, 1 May 1592, by Cooke. 

G. .A. Ellis' Weymouth, 1.S29, 8vo, p. 198, copy of grant, Brit. Mus. 
Wey-ns, Jacob, a Belgian, s. of Jacob, s. of Peter, confirmed .... Oct. 1573, by 

AV. Dethick, York Herald. Stowe MS. 676, fo. 42" ; Q's Coll. Oxf. MS. 37, 

fo. 54, copv of grant in [^atin. 
Whadcock, Humphrey, of Buckley (or Birchley) Place, par. of Corley, co. Warw., 
11 May 1699, by T. St. George, Gart. and Clar., vert, a chev. arg. betw. 3 
pheasant cocks or, combed and wattled gu. ; Crest, a dragon's head per 
pale or, guttee de sang and vert, erased gu. Grants IV., fo. 291. 
Whai,ley, Edmoud or Edward, Abbott of our Lady at York (1521—9), [Argent, 

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274 GRANTEES OF ARMS TO T&E END OJ THE XVII. CENTURY. 

on a cbev. betw. tliiee whales' beads erased, lying fessways Sable, as many 

birds volant of the field], Whaley, on a chief or betw. 2 lions passant, a 

cinqiiefoil [rose ?] gn. Add. MS. 2G,702, fo. 54. 
Wharton, Sir Thomas, Kt., Lord Wharton of Wharton, co. Westmorland, arms 

and crest confirmed (? grant of supporters). Barker's Grants, Harl. MS. 

5846, fo. 112" ; Stowe MS. G92, fo. 95. 
„ Thomas, Lord, augmentation for services against " our ancient enemies the 

Scots," St. Katharine's Eve, 34 Hen. VIIL, 1542, by Roy. Warrant 

temp. Ed. VL to Harvey, Norr. (1550-3); MSS. Ashm. 834, fo. 42, 

and 858, fo. 40, copies of grants, Bodleian Lib. ; see also Harl. MS. 584G, 

fo. 112", and Stowe MS. 692, fo. 95. 
Wheelke, . . . ., of London, goldsmith, who came out of Worcestershire, quarterly, 

by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 86, same as the next entry; Add. MS. 

49 G6, fo. 91" ; Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 2. 
„ . . . ., of Burbury, co. Warwick, formerly of co. Wore, 1585, Visitation ? 

. . . ., or, a chev. betw. 3 leopards' heads [faces] sa. ; 1, crest, on a ducal 

coronet or, an eagle displayed gu. ; 2, on a five-leaved coronet or, an eagle 

displayed sa. Le Neve's MS. 122. Berry. 
„ George, of Martin, co. Wore, .... 1585, by Cooke's Deputy. Stowe MS. 

670, fo. 11". 
Whellbr, Henry, . . . ., Wilts, .... (Harvey's Grants), Add. MS. 16,940, 

fo. 9. 
Wheeler, Humphrey, of London, . . . ., by Cooke. Harl. MS. 1422, fo. 77". 
„ Nicholas, of London, . . . ., by Cooke. Stowe MS. G70, fo. 12. See Edith 

Parry. 
Wheelar, Richard, of Lincoln's Inn, Esq., .... 1584, by Cooke. Add. MS. 

14,295, fo. 39" ; Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 117 ; Add. MS. 4966, fo. 20". 
Whelar, Thomas, of Loudon, .... 1568, by Cooke, erm. on a chief sa. three 

lions rampant guardant arg. ; no crest. Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 88 ; Add. 

MS. 4966, fo. 19". 
Whetley, William, of South Creke, Norfolk, confirmed .... 1562. (Harvey's 

Grants), Add. MS. 16,940, fo. 16 ; Harl. MS. 5887, fo. 28. 
Whet.stone, Bernard, Augmentation for [" his valiant service on horseback upon 

the enemy nere Zutphen the 22 Sept. 1586"] from Robert, Earl of 

Leicester, 30 Sept. 1586 at Zutphen. Harl. MS. 7017, fo. 177 ; Whitestone 

in Stowe MS. 677, fo. 55 ; Le Neve'.s MS. 507. 
Whi'ddon, Sir John, of Devon, Kt., confirmed 12 Nov. 1564. (Harvey's Grants), 

Add. MS. 1G,940, fo. 19, and Berry. 

Whistler, , of co. Cambridge, ....,? by W. Segar. Har