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GUIDE 



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^riuttb Books anli JHattustrtpts 



RELATING TO ENGLISH AND FOREIGN 



Heraldry and Genealogy 



BEING A CLASSIFIED CATALOGUE OF WORKS 



OF THOSE BRANCHES OF LITERATURE 



BY 



GEORGE GATFIELD 



Mitchell and Hughes 140 Wardoue St-reet. 



1892. 
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ERRATA. 



Page 37, col. 2, last title but one, date 1705, read 1795. - 

,, 38, ,, „ 1st title, read published by Jenner and Knewstub. ' 

,, 47, „ I, gth title, MS. 4959, read Add. MS. 4959. - 

,, „ „ 2, last title but one, MS. 205, read Lans. MS. 205. - 

,, 56, ,, ,, loth title, Harl. MS. 584, read 5847. - 

,, 84, ,, ,, last title but one, for Sutter, read Sutton. - 

5> '^Zli 5J j> lO'St title, for Rockford, read Rochford. - 

„ 164, ,, I, 8th title, for Nichols, read Nicholas. ^ 

„ 168, „ ,, 14th title, for Nottingham, read Northampton. - 

,,189, ., ,, last title, for Nichols, read Brydges. - 

,, 191, ,, 2, 2nd title, for Wm. H. Cotton, read Wm. A. Cotton. 

,, 201, ,, ,, 1st title, for J. Almon, read E. Kimber. - 

,, 208, ,, „ 7th title, for J. Almon, read E. Kimber. - 

,, 215, ,, I, 9th title, date 1704, read 1713. - 

jj 245, ,, „ 4th title, for Crusades, read Crusaders. ^ 

,, 285, ,, I, 3rd line, for Henry read Herbert. ^ 

,, 296, ,, 2, 2nd title, read Collections for the pedigrees of Beaty, 
etc. Add. MSS. 31,013 ; 31,014.^ 

, 306, „ I, 9th title, for Banks, read Bancks. ^ 

„ 390, „ 2, 8th title, 3rd line, for Henry read Herbert.' 

,, 498, ,, 2, Trafford Tables, add by Stephen Tucker. - 

5 J 504? „ ,i 6th title, for 6774, read 6776. ^ 

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CONTENTS, 



General and 




Flags 


239 


Miscellaneous Works 


I 


Honour 


241 


Heraldic Treatises ... 


22 


Crusaders ... 


244 


Heraldry ... 


37 


Orders of Chivalry and 




Arms 


45 


Knighthood 


245 


Crests 


64 


Ceremonials, Processions, 


Mottoes 


65 


AND Tournaments 


268 


Seals 


66 


Family Histories, Pedi- 




Pedigrees ... 


69 


grees, & Peerage Cases 


284 


Royalty 


74 


America 


522 


Nobility & Gentry 


85 


Austria 


540 


Ecclesiastical 


103 


Belgium 


543 


Parliamentary 


106 


Denmark 


547 


Public Officers 


no 


France 


548 


English Counties 


117 


Germany 


575 


Ireland 


199 


Italy 


590 


Scotland 


206 


Netherlands 


601 


Wales 


218 


Portugal 


606 


British Islands 


225 


Russia AND Poland 


608 


India 


225 


Spain 


612 


West Indies 


227 


Sweden and Norway .. 


. 617 


Parish Registers 


227 


Switzerland 


. 619 


Wills 


229 


Miscellaneous 


. 621 


Sepulchral Monuments, 




Addenda 


. 623 


Inscriptions, 




Index 


• 635 


Obituaries, and 








Epitaphs ... 


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GENERAL AND MISCELLANEOUS WORKS. 



A History of the COLLEGE of ARMS, 
and the lives of all the Kings, Heralds, 
and Pursuivants, from the reign of 
Richard III. founder of the College, 
until the present time, with a prelimi- 
nary Dissertation relative to the differ- 
ent orders in England, particularly the 
gentry since the Norman Conquest, by 
Rev. Mark Noble. London, 1895, 4'- 

A Catalogue of the Library of the College 
or Oihce of Heralds, London, by R. D. 
B. L. Brit. Mus. Lans. MS. 689. 

A Catalogue of all the Officers of Arms, 
shewing how they have risen by degrees ; 
first, to be a Pursuivant extraordinary, 
after that an Herald, and lastly a King 
of Arms, 1595, by Thomas Lant, Port- 
cuUis. Brit. Mus. Lans. MS. 80. 

A Catalogue of the Kings of Arms, in the 
form of a pedigree, with their armorial 
bearings, by Nicholas Charles, 1635. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 5880. 

The First Fondacion of the Office of 
Armys, and whereof it bygan, translate 
owte of Latyn into Englis. MS. Ashm. 
Lib. Oxford. 

The first foundation of the Office of Arms, 
etc. " Les Couleurs en armorye." — 
" Chapitre des Roys d'armes tenu a 
Rouen." 1421. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
30,495. 

De la primitive Institution des Roys, 
Heraulds et Poursuivans dArmes, par 
Jean Le Feron. Paris, 1555, 8'^- 

Proposed regulations for the Office of 
Arms, temp. Henry VIII. See ArchcB- 
ologlcal Journal, xiii., 1^. Lond., 
1856, 8«- 

Orders established by the Societie of 
Armes of Loudon. London, 1616, 8°- 



A regulation of Fees appointed to be paid 
by all degrees to the Officers of Arms, 
for reoristerinpr their Funeral Certifi- 
cates. Printed by order of the Com- 
missioners for executing the office of 
Earl Marshall. Folio sheet, 1618. 

Collections relating to the Heralds' Office. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 4101. 

Collections relating to the College of 
Arms, and to subjects of Heraldry, 
written by or addressed to John Anstis, 
Esq., Garter King of Arms. 18th cen- 
tury. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 8934. 

A Calendar of divers presidents and 
collections concerning the Offices and 
Officers of Arms. Brit. Mus. Lans. 
MS. 1184. 

An account of the Office of Arms in the 
time of Elizabeth, and the duties of the 
Heralds. Brit. Mus. Lans. MS. 205, 
f. 113 b. 

An Ordinance of Parliament for Regu- 
lating the Heralds' Office. London, 
1646. 4«- 

Precedents of the Office of Arms, with 
other Heraldic Collections. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MS. 6297. 

Heralds' College. Orders of Thomas of 
Lancaster for placing the Heralds in 
attendance on the King, 16th century. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 28,721. 

Heralds' College. The causes of disorder 
in the Office of Arms, with copies of 
earlier regulations of the Earls Marshal, 
17th century. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
23,747. 

The Right to bear arms. See Notes and 
Queries, fifth series, vols, xi, xii ; sixth 
series, vols. I, ii. 

Petitions of Baronets for a Badge of 



GrENEEAL AND MlSCELLANEOPS WoRKS. 



distinction and claims to Vestments 
and Decorations. Privately printed, 
1814—1835, 80- 
An attempt to recover a list of the works 
which profess to treat of the Baronets 
and Peers of England, Scotland, and 
Ireland, by Joseph Hunter, 19th cen- 
tury. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 24,607. 
Catalogues of Heraldic Authors will be 
found in Dallaway's Origin and Progress 
of Heraldry, and Sir Egerton Brydges' 
Censura Literaria. 
Series Alphabetica Latino- Anglica Nomi- 
num Gentilitiorum, sive Cognominum 
plurimarum Familiarum quaa multos 
per annos in Anglia floruere, by Thos. 
Gore. Oxon, 1667, S'^- 
Catalogus in certa Capita, sen classes, 
alphabetico ordine concinnatus, pleror- 
umque omnium authorum (tam anti- 
quorum quam recentiorum) qui de Re 
Heraldica Latine Gallice, etc., scripse- 
mnt: a Tho. Gore. Oxon, 1668, 4«- 
Catalogus in certa Capita, seu classes, 
alphabetico ordine concinnatus, etc., 
qui de Re Heraldica Latine Gallice, 
Italice, Hispanice, Germanice, Anglice, 
scripserunt, by T. Gore. Oxon, 1674, 4*^- 
An interleaved copy of Gore's Catalogus, 
with copious MS. notes, by John Anstis. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 6150. 
Bibliotheca Genealogica, das ist, ein 
Verzeichniss aller alten und neuen 
genealogischen Biicher von alien 
JSTationen in der Welt, etc. by Joh. 
Hubner. Hamburg, 1729, 8'^- 
A Catalogue of ancient and modern Books 
on Heraldry, Genealogy, Nobility, 
Knighthood, and Precedence, by Tho. 
Moule. Lond. 1817, 8«- 
Bibliotheca Heraldica Magnae Brittianise. 
An Analytical Catalogue of Books on 
Genealogy, Heraldry, Nobility, Knight- 
hood and Ceremonies ; with a list of 
Provincial Visitations, Pedigrees, Col- 
lections of Arms and other manuscripts ; 
and a supplement concerning the princi- 
pal Foreign Genealogical Works, by 
Thomas Moule. Lond. 1822, 4"- 
Catalogue of Works on the Peerage of 
England, Scotland, and Ireland, in the 
Library of C. G. Young, York Herald, 
by Sir Charles George Young. London, 
1826, 8«- Another edition, Lond. 1827, 
8'^- 



Catalogue of the Arundel MSS. in the 
Library of the College of Arms, by C. 
G. Young. London, 1829, 8o- Not 
published. 

Catalogue of Works on the Peerage and 
Baronetage of England, Scotland, and 
Ireland, in the Library of Sir C. G. 
Young. Privately printed, 1838, 8o- 

Catalogue of Manuscripts relating to 
Genealogy and Heraldry, preserved in 
the Library of the Faculty of Advocates, 
at Edinburgh. Lond. 1852, 8o- Only 
10 copies printed. ♦ 

Bibliotheque Heraldique. — Nobilitaire 
Universel, recueil general des Genealo- 
gies Historiques des Maisons Nobles 
de I'Europe, par De Magny. Paris 
1866, &c. 40- 

Heraldic Literature, by Walter de Gray 
Birch. See Knight's English Cyclo- 
poedia. Arts and Sciences, Supplement. 
Lond. 1873, 4^^- 

A List of Works on Heraldry, or contain- 
ing Heraldic Illustrations, in the 
National Art Library, South Kensing- 
ton Museum. Lond. 1880, 8«- Second 
edition, Lond. 1884, 8«- 

Handbook to the Topography and Family 
History of England and Wales, by 
Camden Hotten. London, [1864] 8"- 

Bibliotheca Familiarum Nobilium, by 0. 
Gundlach. Neustrelitz, 1883, 8'^- 

Catalogue of the Library of the late 
Leonard Lawrie Hartley, Esq. Part 
II. comprising Genealogy, Heraldry, 
Dignities, etc. Sold by Puttick and 
Simpson, Leicester Square. Lond. 
1886, 80- 

Account of Visitation Books and in 
whose hands. See Gutch's Collectanea 
Curiosa, vol. ii. Oxford, 1781, 8°- 

Catalogue of the Heralds' Visitations, 
with references to many other valuable 
genealogical and topographical Manu- 
scripts in the British Museum. Second 
edition. Lond. 1825, 8"- 

Heralds' Visitation Disclaimers. Impensis 
Dn, Thomre Phillipps, Barti. 1854, fob 

Disclaimers at the Heralds' Visitations, by 
John Paul Rylands. 

A Manual of Dignities, Privilege, and 
Precedence : including lists of the Great 
Public Functionaries, from the Revolu- 
tion to the present time, by Charles R. 
Dodd. Lond. 1842, 12«- 



GrENERAL AND MiSCELLANEOrS WORKS. 



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Report of the Lords Committees of 
Privileges appointed to examine Prece- 
dents of Peers advanced to higher 
Dignityl entering their Proxies accord- 
ing to their former Titles. Ordered to 
be prmted 13 May, 1817. 

Reports from the Lords Committees 
touching the Dignity of a Peer of the 
Realm, etc. With Appendixes. 5 vols. 
Ordered to be printed, 1829. 

Account of^fees, corrodies, pensions, etc., 
paid out of the Exchequer to members 
of the suppressed Monasteries, 2 and 3 
Philip and Mary [1535-6]. Arranged 
by counties and contains several thou- 
sand names. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
8102. 

Entry-Book of Fees on Patents, Creations, 
etc. 1752-1783. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
23,711. 

Reference List of the Rolls of Arms and 
other early authorities for ancient coat 
armour, by James Oreenstreet and 
Charles Russell. Lond. 1881, 8°- 

See also " The Genealogist," vol. v. 
London, 1881, 8"- 

An Index of the Heirs of Noble Families, 
from the reign of Edw. I. to the end of 
the reign of Henry VIII. Brit. Mus. 
Cott. MS. Claud. C. VIII. 

Index of the Noble Families in England, 
whose Pedigrees are to be found in the 
books of the Heralds' Office in London. 
Brit. Mus. Cott. MS. Julius, B. XI. 

An Index to the Pedigrees and Arms 
contained in the Heralds' Visitations, 
and other Grenealogical Manuscripts in 
the British Museum, by Richard Sims. 
Lond. 1849, S^- 

Indexes to the County Visitations in the 
Library at Middle Hill, 1840, and to a 
few others in the Harl. MSS. British 
Museum, the Bodleian Library, and 
Queen's College, Oxford. Privately 
printed by Sir Thos. Phillipps. Medio- 
Montanis, 1841. 

Index to Visitation Books in the Heralds' 
College, by Thomas Sheriff, Rouge 
Dragon, which gives a list of Visitations 
and also of the collections by Vincent 
and Philpot. 

An Index to the Heraldic Manuscripts in 
the Harleian Collection, by Humphrey 
Wanley. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 6052. 

Index to Pedigrees, not included in the 



Heralds' Visitations. See Class-Cata- 
logue of Biography and Genealogy in 
the British Museum. Not published. 

General Index to Printed Pedigrees ; 
which are to be found in all the 
Principal County and Local Histories, 
by James Coleman. Lond. 1866, 8"- 

An Index to the Pedigrees contained in 
the Printed Heralds' Visitations, etc., 
etc. By George W. Marshall. Lond. 

1866, 80- 

Index to Printed Pedigrees contained in 
County and Local Histories, and in the 
more important Genealogical Collec- 
tions, by Charles Bridges, London, 

1867, 8"- 

The Genealogists' Guide to printed pedi- 
grees. Being a general search through 
Genealogical, Topographical, and Hio- 
graphical Works relating to the United 
Kingdom, by Geo. Wm. Marshall, 
London, 1879, 8«- 

The Genealogists' Guide, being a general 
search through Genealogical, Topo- 
graphical, and Biographical Works, 
Family Histories, Peerage Claims, etc., 
by George W. Marshall, second edition, 
Lond. 1885, S*'- 

Index to MSS. of Arms by John Holland. 
3 vols., MSS. 18th century, belonging 
to Arthur Vicars, Esq., F.S.A., Vicar- 
age Library, Clyde Road, Dublin. 

Haydn's Universal Index of Biography. 
Edited by J. Bertrand Payne. London, 
1870, 8«- 

Farrar's Index to Births and Marriages in 
the Gentleman's Magazine, 1731 — 
1862. 2 vols. London, 1886, 8«- 

Index Society, London. Publications. 
London, 1878, &c. 8*^' In progress. 

The Index Library : A series of Indexes 
and Calendars to British Records. 
Edited by W. P. W. Phillimore. Lon- 
don, 1888, &c. 8"- Issued monthly. 

Indexes to pedigrees printed in Graves' 
" Cleveland," Whitaker's " Craven," 
Hunter's " Doncaster," Poulson's 
"Holdemess," and Thoresby's " Duca- 
tus Leodiensis," by William Paver. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MSS. 29,703 A— E. 

Index to English-speaking Students who 
have graduated at Leyden University. 
Edited by Edward Peacock for the 
Index Society. London, 1879, 8°- 

Index of Obituary Notices for the year 



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Geneeal and Miscellaneous Woeks. 



1880. Printed for the Index Society. 
London, 1882, 4<o- Published annually. 

The Dictionary of Biographical Kefer- 
ence, containing One Hundred Thousand 
Names, by Lawrence B. Phillips. Lon- 
don, 1871, 8«- 

Marriages. Arranged in alphahetical 
order. See " Collectanea Genealogica," 
by Joseph Foster. London, 1882, 

The Book of Heirs to Property, next of 
Kin, etc. Lond. 1856, 12^- 

Records and Kecord Searching. A Gruide 
to the Genealogist and Topographer, by 
Walter %e. Lond. 1888, 8«- 

Collectanea Topographiea et Genealogica. 
First edition by Sir F. Madden and 
others, afterwards by J. G. Nichols. 8 
vols. Lond. 1834—43, 8«- 

The Topographer and Genealogist. (A 
Sequel to Coll. Top. et Gen.) Edited 
by J. G. Nichols. 3 vols. Lond. 1846 
—58, 8-- 

A Manual for the Genealogist, Topogra- 
pher, Antiquary, and Legal Professor, 
consisting of Descriptions of Public 
Records ; Parochial and other Registers ; 
Wills ; County and Family Histories ; 
Heraldic Collections in Public Libraries, 
etc., by Richard Sims. Lond. 1856, 

Manual for the Genealogist, &c., by 
Richard Sims. A new and improved 
edition. Lond. 1888, 8'^- 

The Book of British Topography : a 
Classified Catalogue of the Topographi- 
cal Works in the Library of the British 
Museum relating to Great Britain and 
Ireland, by John P. Anderson. Lond. 

1881, 8'^- [This work will be found a 
very valuable guide to the student of 
genealogy, as the county and most of 
the local histories are full of pedigrees 
and genealogical memoranda.] 

The Patrician, a Miscellany of Genealogy, 
Family History, Curious Trials con- 
nected with the Aristocracy, etc., by 
John Burke. 6 vols. London, 1836 — 
48, 8>- 

The Herald and Genealogist. Edited by J. 
G. Nichol. 8 vols. Lond. 1863-74,8"- 

Miscellanea Genealogica et Heraldica. 
Edited by Joseph Jackson Howard. 
[Quarterly series.] Lond. 1866—1870, 
large 8°- 



Miscellanea Genealogica et Heraldica. 
New series. Edited by Jos. J. Howard. 
Lond. 1870—1883, Large 8«- 

Miscellanea Genealogica et Heraldica. 
Edited by J. J. Howard. Second 
series. Lond. 1884, &c. 8«- 

The Genealogist. A Quarterly Magazine, 
relating to Genealogy, Heraldry, Family 
History, and Topography. Edited by 
G. W. Marshall. Lond. 1875, etc., 
80- 

The Genealogist. New series, edited by 
Walford D. Selby. 5 vols., Lond. 1884 
—89, 8"- 

The Genealogist. New series, edited by 
Keith W. Murray. Lond. 1889, &c., 8^- 

Le Roy-d'Armes, par le Marquis de 
Magny. Flor. 1867, 4'^- 

Le Hiraut d' Armes ; Revue Internationale 
d'histoire et d'archeologie heraldique. 
Brux. 1869, etc., 8'^- Published periodi- 
cally. 

King of Arms. A Journal of Fashion, 
Family History, and Literature, Lond. 
1873—74,40- Nos. 1—15, allpubUshed. 

Almanach de Gotha. Annuaire Genealo- 
gique. Diplomatique et Statisque. 
Published annually at Gotha, 12^- 

Wappen — Almanach der Souverainen 
Regenten Europa's. Rostock, n.d. 4P- 

Ensemble les Gestes, Alliances genealo- 
giques, Mariages et Armories des 
Dues Marquis, Comtes, Vicorates, et 
Barons, estans de present en honneur en 
la Court d'Angleterre, 1569. With 
Arms in colour. Brit. Mus., Eg. MS. 
2388. 

Genealogiae Imperatorum, Regum, Princi- 
pum Electorum. By H. Henninges. 
Ulyss, 1587, fol. 

Basilikon opus genealogicum catholicum 
de prsecipuis familiis Imperatorum, 
Regum, Principum, aliorumque Proce- 
rum orbis christiani, ab El Reusneri 
Leorine. Francof., 1592, fol. 

Theatrum Genealogicum ostentans omnes 
omnium jetatum Familias Monarcha- 
rum, Regum, Ducum, Marchionum 
Principum, Comioum, etc. By H. 
Henninges. 5 vols. Magd., 1598, fol. 

Delle Corone de Prencipi Christiani. D. 
M. Lonigo. Roma., 1601, fol. 

Principum Christianorum Stemmata, etc. 
Antonio Albizzi. Aug. Vind. 1608. fol. 
Other editions in 1609 and 1627. 



General and Miscellaneous Woeks. 



Genealogiarum Imperatorum, Eegum, 
Ducum, Marchionum, Comitum, etc. 
Europe, Asia, and Africa, by E. Diephold. 
Hala3-Sax., 1628, 4«- 

Arboretum Genealogicum Imperii Princi- 
pum EuropsB Regum, a lludolpho I. 
Imp. descendent. Joamie Gans. Col. 
1638, fol. 

Catalogue or Tables of the Kings of Eng- 
land, from the first Caesar, Kings of 
Wales, Princes and Lords of Pompland, 
Kings and Lords of Man, Isle of Wight, 
of all the Bishops since the Conversion 
of the Saxons, and of all the Dukes, 
Marquesses, Earls and Barons, to the 
year 1652. 1652, 12«- 

Wagneri Descriptiones genealogies pra3ci- 
puarum Familiarum Magnatum in 
Europa. Ulma?, 1663, 12o- 

Le Palais de la Gloire ; contenant les 
Genealogies historiques des illustres 
Maisons de France, et de plusieurs 
nobles Families de TEurope, par P. 
Anselme. Paris, 1664, 4^- 

Genealogise Imperatorum, Regum, Du- 
cum, Comitum et aliorum Procerum 
Orbis Christiani (900 — 1664), cum 
Auctorio, by N. Rittershusi. Contain- 
ing numerous pedigrees. Tubingse, 
1664—68, fol. 

Theatrum Nobilitatis Europecse tabulis, 
etc., by Philip Jac. Spener. Franc. 
1668—78, fol. 

Teatro della Nobilta del Monda ; . . . 
dove si leggono molte f amiglie imperiali, 
regie, ed altre titolate . . . con le 
loro armi insieme, etc., by Filadelfo 
Mugnos. 2 vols., Napoli, 1680, fol. 

Historia insignium illustrium sen operis 
heraldici pars specialis. Continens 
delineationem insignium plerorumque 
Regum, Ducum, Principum, Comitum & 
Baronum in Cultiori Europa, etc., by 
Phil. Jac. Spener. Franc. 1680-90, foL 

Insignium Theoria : seu operis Heraldici 
pars generalis. P. J. Spenerus, Franc. 
1690, fol. 

P. J. Speneri Opera Heraldica,«.^., Insig- 
nium Theoria, quae circa Insignia, 
horum Originem, Scuta, Metalla, 
Colores, etc., tractat — Historia Insig- 
nium Illustrium, continens Delinea- 
tionem Insignium pleorumque Regum, 
Ducum, Principum, Comitum et Bar- 
onum Europae, cum Explicatione 



singularum, Tesserarum, et multis ad 
Familiarum Decora, Titulos, etc. spec- 
tantibus. 2 vols. Franc. 1717—35, fol. 

Tables of the Emperour, Kings, and all 
the Sovereign Princes, and Electoral 
that are now alive in Europe. Lond. 
1693, 24^'- 

Observations historical and genealogical ; 
in which tlie original of the Emperor, 
Kings, and other Sovereign Princes of 
Europe are drawn down to the year 
1690 ; by Anthony William Schowart ; 

. translated and enlarged, by C. B. 
Lond. 1693, 8o- 

Almanac ou Calendrier pour I'annce 1693, 
etc., continued as, Almanach Royal ; 
Almanach National; Almanach Impe- 
rial ; Almanach Royal ; Almanach 
Royal et National ; Almanach National, 
Annuaire de la Republique Fran^aise ; 
Almanach Imperial ; and now con- 
tinued as Almanach National, 1888. 
Paris, 1693 etc., 8o- 

Le grand armorial, ou cartes de blasons, 
de chronologic et d'histoire, par Jean 
Chevillard. Paris, 1700, fol. 

A Table of the Emperors, Kings, Elec- 
toral, and all other Sovereign Princes, 
1700, 120- 

The Present State of the Universe, or an 
Account, 1st, of the Rise, Birth, 
Names, Matches, Children, &c., of all 
the present chief Princes of the World ; 
2, Their Coats of Arms, Mottos, 
Devices, Liveries, &c. ; 3, Names of 
their chief Towns and Population ; 4, 
Their Revenue, Power, and Strength ; 
5, Their respective Styles and Titles 
or Appellations. TJie tJiird edition. 
London, 1701, 12" Reprinted in 1704. 

Great Historical, Geographical, Genea- 
logical, and Poetical Dictionary, by 
Jeremy Collier. 2 vols. 1701, fol. 

Tables of all Emperors, Kings, Queens, 
Electors, and all the Sovereign Princes 
and Princesses that are now or have 
been lately alive in Europe. 1703, 8*^- 

A Survey of the Lineal Descent of 
the Sovereign Princes in Europe, by 
William Alexander. Edinburgh, 1703, 
8"- Another edition, 1704, 3 parts. 

A Genealogical Account of most of y® 
best Families in Europe writ in y® year 
1706. CoUect'd from several hands. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 5945. 



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GrENEEAL AND MISCELLANEOUS WoRKS. 



Historischen Geschlechts-Tabellen. Erste 
Supplement, by J. Stridbeck. Augs- 
burg, 1707—1714, obi, 4«- 

Tables of the Sovereigns of Europe. 
London, 1712, S"- 

Tables Genealogiques des Patriarehes, des 
Rois, des Empereurs, et autres Princes, 
depuis la Creation du Monde, par 
Claude De Lisle. Paris, 1718, 4'>- 

Souverains du Monde : ouvrage qui fait 
connoistre la Gr.'nealogie de leurs 
Maisons, leurs Armoiries, etc., par 
Guillaume Cavelier les Fils. 4 vols. 
La Haye, 1718, 12'^- Another edition, 
4 vols., La Haye, 1722, 12"- Nouvelle 
edition augnientee. 5 vols., Paris, 
1734, 16>- 

Proposals for Printing by subscription the 
Translation of the Genealogical Tables 
of all Emperors, Kings, and Sovereign 
Princes, in every part of the World, 
from Adam to these times, by James 
Anderson. Collected by Joh. Hubner, 
1719, oblong 4^- 

Quartiers Genealogiques des Illustres et 
Nobles Families d'Espagne, d'Alle- 
magne, d'ltalie, de France, de Bour- 
gogne, de Loraine, et des XVII. 
Provinces, par Laurent Le Blond. 
Brux., 1721, 4'^- 

Historical Compendium from the Creation 
to 1722, containing the Characters, 
Deaths, and Succession of the Emperors, 
Popes, Kings, Governors, etc. 1722, 
16"- 

Lexicon Genealogicum, by Johann 
Hubner. Hamb., 1727, 8«- Another 
edition, 1751, 8"- Other editions. 

Kurtze Fragen aus der Genealogie, by 
Johann Hubner. Leip., 1725 — 28, 8'^- 
Another edition, 1719, 8^'- 

Supplementa zu seinen historischen, 
genealogischen, Fragen, by Johann 
Hubner. 11 vols. Leip., 1720—55, 12°- 

Geuealogische Tabellen, von Joh. Hubner. 
4 vols. Leip., 1737 — 44, fol. Supple- 
ment — Tafeln zu J. Hubner Genealogi- 
schen Tabellen. Kopenhagen, 1822 — 24, 
fol. 

Registrum Regale : or the Genealogy of 
Sovereign Princes, containing a particu- 
lar Account of the Rise, Births, Marri- 
_ ages, and Issue, of the chief Princes in 
Europe : the Order of Succession in 
most Christian Countries : the Coats of 



Arms, Mottos, and Devices, of the 
several Royal Families, etc. Loud. 
1728, S''- 

Registrum Regale, etc. Eton, 1774, 
4"- 

EuropIiischesgenealogischesHandbuch . . 
ausgefertiget von G. F. Krebel. Leip. 
1725—1792. 

A Genealogical History of the present 
Royal Families of Europe, by M. 
Noble. Lond. 1731, 12"- 

Royal Genealogies : or Genealogical 
Tables of Emperors, Kings and Princes, 
by James Anderson. Lond. 1732, fol. 

Royal Genealogies : or the Genealogical 
Tables of Emperors, Kings, and 
Princes, from Adam to these Times, 
by James Anderson. 2nd edition. 
London, 1736, fol. 

Geuealogische Archivarius, welcher alles, 
was sich taglich unter den itztlebenden 
hohen Personen in der Welt. Leipzig, 
1732—38, 8''- Continued as Genea- 
logisch Historisch Nachrichten, etc. 
Leip. 1739 — 51, 8'*- Continued as Neue 
Genealogisch-Historische Nachrichten, 
&c. Leip. 1750—63, 8'^- Continued as 
Fortgesetzte Neue Genealogische- 
Historische Nachrichten, etc. Leipzig, 
1762— 77, 8«- No more published. 

Genealogies historiques des anciens 
Patriarehes, Rois, Empereurs, et de 
toutes les Maisons Souveraines qui out 
subsiste jusqu'a present, tirees de 
Hubner, etc., par Louis Chasot de 

Nantigny. 4 vols. Paris, 1736—38, 

40. 

Historical, Genealogical, and Classical 
Dictionary, with Abstract of Heathen 
Mythology. 2 vols. Lond. 1743, 8"- 

Geschicht en Geslagtkundige Aaumer- 
kingen aantooneude. Genealogical 
and Historical Tables of the Royal 
Houses ofEm^ope. Haarlem, 1745, fol. 

Chronological Historian : containing a 
Regular Account of all Material Trans- 
actions and Occurrences relating to 
English Affairs to the 14th year of King 
George II. With the Creations and 
Promotions of the Nobility, Ministers 
of State, Judges, etc., by Mr Salmon. 
2 vols. 1747, 8'^- 

Jahrliches genealogisches Hand — Buch. 
Edited by G. Schumann. 2 vols. Leip., 
1747, 8«- 



GrENERAL AND MISCELLANEOUS WoEKS. 



Abdildung und Beschreibung aller hohen 
Ritter — Ordcn in Europa. By Mathias 
Gott. Eichler. Augsburg, 1750, IS^- 
Europiiisches Genealogisches Hand — 
Buck, etc., by Gottlieb Schumann. 
2 vols. Leip., 1752, 8'- 
Dictionnaire genealogique, heraldique, 
clironologique et liistorique contenant 
I'origine des premieres Maisons de 
France, des maisons principales de 
I'Europe avec Supplement, par La 
Cheuaye des Bois. 7 vols. Paris, 1757 
—65, 12'^- 

The Court and City Register for the year 
1758, etc. Lond. 175S, &c. 12o- 

St. James's Register, or Royal Annual 
Kalendar for 1766, illustrated with the 
Coats of Arms of the Nobility. Lond. 
1766, 12« 

Europaisches Genealogisches Handbuch. 
Edited by Gottlob Friedrich Krebel. 
Leip. 1766, S^- Other editions in 1776, 
1780, 1782, 1784, and 1792. 

Genealogie Ascendante jusqu'au quatrieme 
degre inclusivement, de tons les Rois et 
Princes de Maisons Souveraines de 
I'Europe actuellement vivans, reduite en 
114 Tables de 16 quartiers. Berlin, 
1768, fol. 

Quartiers genealogiques des illustres et 
nobles families d'Espagne, d'Alle- 
magne, d' Italic, de France, de Bour- 
gogne, de Lorraine, et des XVII. pro- 
vinces; avec leur qualites et titres, 
les armes blasonnees, &c., &c. Par Le 
Blond. 2 vols. Bruxelles, 1773, 8«- 

Iconologie Historique et Genealogiques 
des Souverains de I'Europe. Paris, 
1773, 8«- 

Fragmens Genealogiques, by Dumont. 
Geneve, 1776, 12'' 

Almanac genealogique pour I'annee 1779. 
2 parts. Lauenbourg [1778], 16°- 

Tables Genealogiques des Maisons Souve- 
raines de I'Europe, par, C. G.de Koch. 
Strasbourg, 1780, 4^- Another edition, 
Stras. 1780, 4^- Tables Genealogiques 
des Maisons Souveraines de I'Europe ; 
avec une table, par C. G. Koch. Stras. 

1782, 4°- Another edition, Paris, 1818, 
4jO. 

A Genealogical History of the Present 
Royal Families of Europe, the Stadt- 
holders of the United States, and the 
Succession of the Popes from the 



fifteenth century to the present time ; 
with the characters of each Sovereign. 
Illustrated with Tables of De'scent, by 
Mark Noble. Lond. 1781, 12«- 
Historisch-genealogischer Calendar oder 
Jahrbuch der merkwiirdigsten neuen 
Welt — Begebenheiten. Leip. 1784, 
&c., S2^ 
Fielding's Regal Tables, or genealogical 
descent of all the Sovereign Princes of 
Europe : their titles, succession, de- 
scents, etc., by John Fielding. Lond. 
[1785], 12"- 
Historisih Genealogischer Almanac. 

Brauns. 1792, 16«- 
Almanac historique et Genealogique. 

Berlin, 1792, 24"- 
Almanac genealogique instructif et amus- 
ant pour I'annee 1795. Berl. 1794, 12"- 
Genealogical Tables of the Sovereigns of 
the World, from the earliest to the 
present period ; exhibiting in each Table 
their immediate successors, collateral 
branches, and the duration of their 
respective Reigns, by the Rev. William 
Betham. Lond. 1795, fol. 
Europaisches genealogisches Handbuch 
auf das Jahr 1800. Ausgefertiget von 
C. F. Jacobi. Leip. 1800, 8''- 
Atlas Historique, Genealogique, etc. par 
A. Le Sage. Printed in the year 1801, 
fol. 
Gothaischer Genealogischer Hof -Kalendar 
nebst diplomatisch-statistischem Jahr- 
buche. Gotha, 1784, &c. 
A Genealogical Table of the Present 
Families of all the Sovereigns in 
Europe, deducing their Descents for 
near Two Centuries, with all their 
immediate and collateral Branches, as 
well as intermarriages and connections, 
by Philip Luckombe. Lond. 1802, fol. 
Stammtaf eln der vornehmsten aussereuro- 
paischen Furstsenhauser des Mittlern 
und neuen Zeitalters, von Geo. Aug. von 
Breitenbauch. Leip.,- 1804, obi. 4"- 
Atlas historique, genealogique, chronolo- 
gique et geographique, par A. Le Sage. 
Paris, 1805, fol. 
Genealogical, Historical, and Chronologi- 
cal Atlas, by C. Y. Lavoisne. Lond. 
1807, fol. 
London Kalendar, or Court and City 
Register for England, Scotland and Ire- 
land, for 1807, cojitaiulu^ 106 plates of 
arms of the Nobility. London, 1807. %^- 



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GEiraHAL AND MiSCELLANEOrS WOEKS. 



Histoire Genealogique des Maisons souve- 
raines de I'Europe, depuis leur origine 
jusqu'a present. Par Viton Saint- 
Allais. 2 vols. Paris, 1811, S*'- 

Genealogische Tabellen zur Erlaiiterung 
der Europiiisehen Staatengescliichte, 
von T. G. Voigtel. Halle, 1811, 4"- 

Genealogical, Historical, Chronological, 
andGeographical Atlas, by M.Lavoisne. 
New edition, by C. Gros and J. Aspin. 
Lond. 1814, fol. Another edition, 1840. 

Tables Gencalogiques des Maisons Souve- 
raines du Nord et de I'Est de I'Europe, 
par C. G. Koch. Paris, 1815—1818, 4'^- 

Historisch-Genealogischer Kalendar. Ber- 
lin, 1815—1849, 12^- and 8«- 

Genealogia Ant i qua, or Mythological and 
Classical Tables ; compiled from the 
best authors on Fabulous and Ancient 
History, by William Berry. Lond. 
1816, fol. 

Genealogischer Kalendar. Historisch- 
heraldisches Handbuch. Berlin, 1817 — 
46, 120- 

Atavise Kegiae, by Sir Egerton Brydges. 
Florence, 1820, 4"- 

Genealogisch - historisch - statistischer 
Almanach. Weimar, 1824—48, 12'^- 

Stemma Illustria, by Sir Egerton Brydges. 
Paris, 1825, fol. Only 100 copies 
printed for private distribution. 

Stemmata Anglicana, a Miscellaneous 
Collection of Genealogy, shewing the 
descent of numerous Eminent and 
Baronial Families not noticed by 
Dugdale, Collins, Edmondson, or other 
writers, by T. C. Banks. London, 
1825, 4^- 

Baronia Anglica Concentrata. By Sir 
T.C. Banks. Eipon, 1844, 4''- 

Tableaux Genealogiques et Historiquesde 
I'Empire Brittanique, accompagnes de 
Notes critiques, et de quatre Disserta- 
tions historiques Critiques, par F. W. 
O. L. von Reden. Hanovre, 1880, fol. 

Sechzig genealogische audi chronologische 
u. statistische Tabellen zu Fiirstentafel 
und Fiirstenbuch der europaischen 
Staatengeschichte, von J. F. Bamber- 
ger. Kegensburg, 1881, fol. 

Fiirstenbuch zur Fiirstentafel der 
europaischen Staatengeschichte, von J. 
F. Bamberger. Kegensburg, 1881, 8*'' 

Abbildungen der Wappen ssemtlicherEuro- 
pa^ischen Souveraine, der Republiken 



und freien Stsedte, herausgegeben von 
C. H. von G elbke. Berlin, 1832, fol. 
Historical-Genealogische Tafeln, etc., by 
Dr. F. Fiedler. Wesel, 1884, 4"- 

Genealogisches Staats Handbuch. Sieben 
und Sechzigster Jahrgang. Edited by 
J. L. and F. A. Kluber. Frankfurt am 
Main, 1839, etc., 8'^- This is a con- 
tinuation of the Neues genealogisches 
Peichs und Staats Hand-Buch. 

Stemmata Baronialia. Prospectus, etc., of 
a proposed work on the State of the 
Baronies by Writ, by Francis Townsend. 
Containing pedigrees of the De Veres, 
Scropes, Stapleton, Tyrell, etc. London, 
1840? fol. 

European Nobility. Illustrations de la 
Noblesse Europeenne. Paris, 1841, 4f- 

Genealogisches Taschenbuch fur 1842 — 
48. Von F. Gottschalck. Dresden, 
1841—47, 16^- 

Annuaire de la noblesse de France, des 
maisons souveraines de I'Europe, par 
Borel-d'Hauterive. 36 vols. Paris, 
1843—84, 120- 

Livre d'Or de la Noblesse Europeenne, 
etc., par Claude Drigon de Magny, 
Marquis, et Leon de Givodan, Comte. 
5 vols. Paris, 1844—52, 4"- 

Origines Patricia3, or a Deduction of 
European Titles of Nobility and Dig- 
nified Offices from their primitive 
sources, by P. T. Hampson. London, 
1846, 8«- 

Genealogie des Maisons Souveraines de 
I'Europe, depuis le l^'" Janvier 1846 
jusqu'a Guillaume 1^^ le Conquerant 
Due de Normandie, Roi d'Angleterre. 
[Par Bellencontre.] Paris, 1846, fol. 

Genealogisches Taschenbuch der freiherr- 
lichen Hauser auf das Jahr 1848, etc. 
Edited by Fr. C. vonKr. Gotha, 1847 
—53, 16"- Continued as Gothaisches 
genealogisches Taschenbuch, etc. Edited 
by H. Soltmann. Gotha, 1854, etc., 
16^' In progress. 

Louth's Historical, Biographical and 
Genealogical Atlas of the principal 
events in the History of England, 
France, Spain, Portugal, Germany, and 
Italy. 1851, fol. 

Memorial Universel Genealogique, Bio- 
graphique, et Heraldique. A I'lnstitut 
des Archives Historiques. Paris, 1851, 
&c. 4^- In progress. 



General akd Miscellaneous Works. 



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Atlas historique, genealogique, chrono- 
logique, et geographique, par A. Le 
Sage. Brux. 1853, fol. 
A Concise historical, biographical, and 
genealogical atlas of the Principal 
Events in History, by Heneage Lowth, 
with additions from Le Sage, etc. 
Lond [1851] fol. 
A Genealogical and Chronological chart 
of the royal arms and distinguished 
Houses of Europe, from the earliest 
period to the present time, with the 
. Arms, Flags, and principal orders of 
Knighthood belonging to each, by 
Frederick D. Hartland. London, 
1854, fol. 
A Chronological Dictionary or Index to 
the Genealogical Chart of the royal 
and distinguished Houses of Europe, 
by Frederick D. Hartland. London, 
1854, fol. 
Genealogie der in Europa Regierenden 
Fiirstenhauser, von Kamill von Behr. 
Leipzig, 1854, 4"*- 
Zweite Auflage. Leip. 1870—72. 4P- 
Memorial universal genealogique, biogra- 
phique et heraldique des Souverains, 
des chefs et membres des maisons 
princieres, des autres maisons nobles, 
des hommes d'etat, des membres des 
chambres legislatives, des magis- 
trats et des hommes de science de 
toutes les nations. Three parts. Paris, 
1854—55, 4« 
Genealogische Geschichte der Europais- 
chen Staaten, von Karl Gottfried 
Naumann. Jena, 1855, 4'^- 
Historisch - Genealogischer Atlas seit 
Christi Geburt auf unsere zeit, von 
Dr. Karl Hopf. Gotha, 1858, fol. 
The Genealogy of Creation, newly trans- 
lated from the unpointed Hebrew Text 
of the Book of Genesis, by Henry F. 
A. Pratt. Lond , 1861, H^- 
Genealogical Diagrams illustrative of the 
History of Scotland, England, France, 
and Germany, from the 9th century to 
the present time. By W. Graham. 
Edinburgh, 1862, 4P- 
Dumont. Fragments genealogiques. 6 

vols. Gand, 1862, W- 
Le Nobiliaire Universel, ou Recueil 
General des Genealogies Hfstoriques et 
Veridiques des Maisons Nobles de 
I'Europe, par M. le Comte de Magny. 



7 vols. Paris, 1854—61, 4''- Second 
series, 8 vols. Paris, 1865 — 8,1, 4"- 

La Noblesse Europeenne, par Le Comte 
de Givodan. Paris, 1856, 4"- 

Statesman's Year Book, a Statistical, 
Genealogical and Historical Account of 
the States and Sovereigns of the Civi- 
lized World. Lond. 1864—1889, 8"- 

A Chronological Becord : containing the 
remarkable events from the creation of 
the world to the present time ; to which 
is added a list of the Kings and Queens 
of the leading countries of Europe ; the 
Popes of Rome ; the Presidents of 
America, and the Peerage of Great 
Britain, by D. O'Gorman. 3rd edition. 
Manchester, 1865, 8*^ 

Atlas Universel d'Histoire et de 
Geographic. Par M.N. Bouillet. Paris, 
1865, 8"- Contenant, Tableaux genealo- 
giques des dieux et de toutes les families 
historiques de I'antiquite et des temps 
modernes, I'art heraldique, ordres de 
chevalerie et decorations, &c. 

Dictionnaire Universel d'Histoire et de 
Geographic. Par M. N. Bouillet. Paris, 
1866, 8°- Contenant les ordres de 
chevalrie civils et militaires, la genea- 
logie des maisons souveraines et des 
grandes families. 

Etudes sur I'Histoire et la genealogie de 
quelques-unes des principales maisons 
souveraines de I'Europe, par E. Lehr. 
Strasb. 1866, 4o. 

Indicateur Nobiliaire de France, de Bel- 
gique, de Hollande, d'AUemagne, 
d'Espagne, d' Italic, et d'Angleterre, 
d'apres les collections Manuscrites des 
Bibliotheques Publiques de Belgique. 
Paris, 1869, 8°- 

Les Families d'Outre-Mer de Du Cange, 
publiees par E. G. Key. Paris, 1869, 4o- 
Genealogische Taschenbuch der Bitter- 
und-Adels-Geschlechter. Briinn, 1870, 
etc., 32°- In progress. 
Heraldisch-genealogische Zeitschrift. Or- 
gan des heraldischen Yereines Adler in 
Wien. Vienna, 1871, etc., fol. In 
progress. 
Historical and Genealogical Tables, 
English and Continental, by Dr. 
William Davis. London, [1873], So- 
Genealogical Tables illustrative of Modem 
History, by Hereford B. George. Cla- 
rendon Press Series. Oxford, 1874, 4P- 



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General and Miscellaneous Wobes. 



Genealogie der Europaisclien llegenten- 
hauser fur 1875, &c., by Ernest Engel. 
Berlin, 1874 to 1882, S'>- In progress. 

Stammtafeln ; mit Anhang : Calendarium 
medii aevii. By H. Grote. Leip., 1877, 
8"- [This work contains genealogies of 
all the great and noble families of 
Europe.] 

Chronological and Genealogical Tables 
Illustrative of English History, by J. 
C. Curtis. Lond. 1880, 4<^- 

Almanach genealogischer, der regierenden 
Fiirstenhauser Europa's. Dresden, 
1881, &c. IG*^- 

Annuaire gcnealogique des Maisons Prin- 
cieres regnant en Europe depuis le 
commencement du XIX®- siecle, par H. 
R. Hiort-Lorenzen. Berlin, 1882, etc., 
8°- In progress. 

Dictionnaire Nobiliaire, par A. A. V. van 
Oijen. La Haye, 1884, 8«- 

Familien-Calendarium der Souverainen 
Hauser Europas, by L. Clericus. Magd. 

Genealogical and Historical Chart of 
Ancient Sovereigns, by Jane E. F. M. 
Peers. Torquay, single sheet. 

Conspectus Heraldicse, Succincta, curiosa 
et perspicuaratione adornatse, in duas 
partes digestae : Insignia, by C. 
Bussingii. Hamburg, oblong 12*'- n.d. 

A Tentative Chronological Synopsis of 
the History of Arabia and its Neigh- 
bours, from B.C. 500,000 (?) to A.D. 
679, by J. W. Redhouse. London, 
1887, 80- 

Histoire, contenant une sommaire 
description des Genealogies, &c. de tous 
les Princes et Grans Seigneurs, dont la 
pluspart estoient FrauQois, qui ont 
jadis commande es Royaumes de 
Hierusalem, Cypre, Armenie, & Lieux 
circonvoisins, par Steph. Lusignans. 
Paris, 1579, 4o- Another edition 1613. 

Histoire gcnealogique des Tatars, 
traduite du Manuscrit Tatare de 
Abulgasi Bayadur Chan ; par Varennes 
de Mondasse. Leyde, 1726, 12o- 

Histoire Generale des Huns, des Turcs, 
des Mogols, et des autres Tartares 
Occidentaux, etc. avant et depuis Jesus 
Christ jusqu'a present, par Joseph de 
Guignes. 5 vols. Paris, 1756, 4''- 

The Five Great Monarchies of the ancient 
Eastern World. By G. Rawlinson. 
London, 1871, 8o- 



The Sixth Great Monarchy of the Oriental 
World ; or the History of Parthia. 
By G. Rawlinson. London, 1873, 8«- 

The Seventh Great Oriental Monarchy, 
or the History of the Sassanian, or 
New Persian Empire. By G. Rawlin- 
son. London, 1876, 8'^- 

Early Sassanian Inscriptions, Seals and 
Coins, illustrating the Early History 
of the Sassanian Dynasty, containing 
Proclamations of Ardeshir Babek, 
Sapor I., and his Successors. By 
Edward Thomas. Lond. 1868, 8"- 

Records of the Gupta Dynasty. Illustrated 
by Inscriptions, Written History, Local 
Traditions and Coins. By Edward 
Thomas. Lond. 1876, 4<'- 

History of the Mongols, from the 9th to 
the 19th Century. By Henry H. 
Howorth. London, 1880, 8«- 

Genealogical Gleanings in England, by 
Henry F. Waters, for the New England 
Historic Genealogical Society. Boston, 
1885, etc., 80- In progress. 

The Royal Register, Genealogical and 
Historic, for 1831, by Peter Joseph 
Burke. London, 1831, W- 

The Register and Magazine of Biography; 
a record of births, marriages, deaths, 
and other genealogical and personal 
occurrences. Edited by Thompson 
Cooper and Edw. Walford. West- 
minster, 1869, 8«- 

The Baptist Annual Register, by Dr. 
John Rippon. London, 1798—1803, 
80- 

A large number of genealogical documents 
is deposited in the Public Record Office: 
there is not a separate catalogue of 
them, but a brief abstract of each 
document is given in the Domestic 
Series of Calendars of State Papers, 
published by the Record Commission. 
An index will be found at the end of 
each volume. 

Collectanea de Familiis Diversis quibus 
nomen est Phillipps, presertim vero de 
illis apud Wanborough in Com. Wilton, 
et apud Broadway, in Com. Wigorn. 
Inter annos 1816 & 1840. Cura et 
opeT.P. [SirThos. Phillipps] Compilata. 
Typis Medio-Montanis, fol. [This work 
numbers nearly 1000 pages, containing 
Wills, Deeds, Inquisitions, Registers, 



GrENEIlAL AND MiSCELLAKEOUS WoRKS. 



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Court llolls, and several hundred 
Pedigrees of Families in almost every 
county in England and Wales.] 

Heraldic Miscellanies, consisting of the 
Lives of Sir William Dugdale, Garter, 
and Gregory King, Esq., Windsor 
Herald, written by themselves, with an 
exact copy of the third part of " Tho 
Boke of St. Albans," jBrst printed in 
1486. J. Dallaway. London, n.d. 4^^- 

Descriptions of Ceremonies, and Heraldic 
Collections, Edw. IV. to Mary. 16th 
century, MS. Alnwick Castle. 

Collectanea Excerpta Genealogia. By 
John Anstis, Garter King-at-Arms. 
Brit. Mus. Stowe MSS. 56, 179, 194 
to 197. 

Collectanea by John Anstis. 2 vols. 
Stowe MS. 419, 2, and 3, Brit. Mus. 

Heraldic, Genealogical, and Historical 
Collections, by John Anstis. Folio. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 14,291. 

Genealogical and other Collections by 
WilHam Camden. Brit. Mus. Cott. 
MS. JuL F. XI. 

Collectanea Genealogica e cartis et 
registris cum Sigillis delineata. By 
Nicolas Charles. Brit. Mus. Cott. 
MS. Jul. C. Yii. 

Excerptorum genealogico-historicorum. 
By Raymundus Duellius. Lips. 1725, 
fol. 

Extracts from the Records of the 
Escheats, with Indexes of the Names 
of families, etc., by Thomas Cole. 7 
vols. Brit. Mus. Harl. MSS. 410, 
411, 756—760. 

Index Nominum in libris dictis Cole's 
Escheats, by Sir Thomas Phillipps. 
Middle Hill, 1852, 12«- 

Collectanea historica et genealogica, by 
Sir llichard St. George, Clarenceux, 
King of Arms. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
10,108. 

Collectanea historica et genealogica, by 
Jacobi Strangman. Brit Mus. Cott. 
MS. Yitel. F. XII. 

Collectanea Heraldica et Historica, by 
Francis Thynne. Brit. Mus. Cott. 
MS. Cleop. C. III. 

Collectanea by Francis Thynne. A folio 
volume containing collect^)ns relating 
to history, genealogy, and heraldry, 
dated Feb. 14, 1562. Brit. Mus. Stowe 
MS. 198. 



Heraldic Collections, by Francis Thynne, 
1595. Brit. Mus. Sloaji MS. 3836. 

Collectanea Genealogica. Edited by Joseph 
Foster. Lond. 1881, etc. 8*^ Inprogress. 

Collectanea Genealogica. (By Mr. 
Maidment at the request of the late 
Earl of Crawford, &c._) Edin. 1883, 
4P- Only 69 copies privately printed. 

Collection of several things concerning 
the law and practice of Arms, and 
Holmes of Chester his boldness. MS. 
No. 55. Ettington Hall, Co. Warwick. 

Diaries'of the Marches of the Boyal Army, 
1644 to 1646 ; with heraldic church 
notes, etc., by Richard Symonds. Brit. 
Mus. Harl. MSS. 911 ; 939 ; 944; Add. 
MS. 17,062. These Diaries were 
edited for the Camden Society in 1860, 
by C. E. Long, Esq. 

Calendarium Genealogicum, Hen. III. 
and Edw. I. Edited by C. Roberts. 2 
vols. Lond. 1865, 8^^- 

Calendarium Genealogicum. See " The 
Genealogist," new series, vol. 2 <S:c. 
Edited by W. D. Selby. Lond. 1885 
&c. 8«- 

" Genealogie Incertse," in the hand- 
writing of Dugdale. MS. Hatton 
Collection. 

Origines Genealogicse ; or, the sources 
whence English Genealogies may be 
traced, from the Conquest to the 
present time, accompanied by speci- 
mens of antient records, rolls, and 
MSS. with proofs of their genealogical 
utility, by Stacey Grimaldi. Lond. 
1828, 4P- 

Rotuli de Dominabus et Pueris et Puellis 
de Donatione Regis in xii Comitatibus, 
by Stacey Grimaldi. Lond. 1830, 4P- 
[This work w^as published to accompany 
Dugdale's Baronage, 1675, and 
Grimaldi's Origines Genealogicie, 1828.] 

Lectures on the Sources from which 
Pedigrees may be traced, from the 
Norman Conquest to the present time, 
by S. Grimaldi. Lond, 1835, 8o- 

Genealogiarum series, cum historicis 
narrationibus, ab Adamo per Reges 
Britannicos perducta ad Henricum VI. 
Regem Anghse. Brit. Mus. Cott. MS. 
Otho D. I. 

Genealogical Notes, from various Records, 
3 vols. Brit. Mus. Cott. MSS. Titus 
A. v., Yl., Vll. 



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Geneeal and Miscellaneotjs Works. 



Collectanea Genealogica et Historica, 16th 
century. Brit. Mus. Cott. MS. Otho 
D. IV. 

Miscellanies, Historical and Philological : 
being a curious collection of private 
papers found in the Study of a Noble- 
man. Lond. 1703, 8«- [Several 
articles in this miscellaneous collection 
are heraldical.] 

A Genealogical Series, attempting to 
shew y® number of the generations 
from the creation of the World to the 
present year, 1760. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 30,170. f. 40. 

Heraldic Collections of various Heralds 
and others, containing Arms blazoned 
and in trick, grants of arms, pedigrees, 
etc. MSS. 16th— 18th centuries, 
belonging to Arthur Vicars, Esq., 
F.S.A. Vicarage Library, Clyde Road, 
Dublin. 

Bridger Manuscripts : Containing pedi- 
grees, extracts from wills, registers and 
manuscripts in the British Museum, 
letters on genealogical and heraldic 
subjects, etc., etc. 34 vols, in the 
possession of Arthur Vicars, Esq., F.S.A. 
Vicarage Library, Clyde Road, Dublin. 

Genealogical Collections illustrating the 
History of the Roman Catholic Families 
of England, by H. Maire, afterwards 
Sir Henry Lawson. Based on the 
Lawson MS. and edited by J. J. 
Howard, H. F. Burke, and H. S. 
Hughes. Lond. 1887, etc. fol. Privately 
printed. 

A Genealogical Table, shewing the descents 
of certain Families from King Egbert, 
Charlemagne, Alfred the Great, Rollo, 
William the Conqueror, and King 
Edward III . , with pedigrees of Metcalfe, 
Marwood, Robinson, and Talbot, em- 
blazoned with arms, crests, and badges, 
by J. H. Metcalfe, 1871, broadside. 

Tabulae genealogicae et historicae, a 
creatione mundi usque ad Regem Edw. 
IV. ; cum additamentis quibusdam de 
Regibus Saxonum, manu recentiori. 
Brit. Mus. Lans. MS. 456. 

Genealogical Table from Adam to Edward 
IV. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 838. 

Genealogical tables from Adam to King 
Edward VI. Brit. Mus. Cott. MS. 
Vitel. F. XII. 



Genealogical Tables of the different 
Sovereign Families of Europe ; with a 
series of finely executed coloured 
Portraits. A.D. 919—1641. Brit. 
Mus. Kings MSS. 168 & 169. 
A Table of Dates, for the use of Genealo- 
gists and Antiquaries ; shewing at one 
view the year of our Lord, answering 
to the particular year of each Reign of 
the Kings and Queens of England, from 
the Conquest to 1820. Also a Calendar 
of Saints Days, etc., by Thomas Moule. 
Lond. 1820, 120- 
Dictionary of Dates, and Index of 
Biography, by Joseph Haydn. Lond. 
1866, 8°- Another edition, Lond. 
1870, 80- 
Dictionary of Dates, by Joseph Haydn. 
New edition, edited by B. Vincent. 
Lond. 1878, S^- 
Moniteur des Dates, contenant un million 
de renseignementsbiographiques, genea- 
logiques, et historiques, by Edouard 
Harie Oettinger. 2 vols. Dresde, 
1866, 40- 
Extinction of Families, by Joseph Hunter, 

1849. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 24,480. 
Romance of the Peerage, or Curiosities 
of Family History, by G. L. Craik. 4 
vols. 1848—50, 8°- 
Anecdotes of the Aristocracy, with 
Episodes in Ancestral Story, by Sir 
John Bernard Burke. Second series, 4 
vols. Lond. 1849—50, 8"- 
The Romance of the Aristocracy : or, 
anecdotes and records of distinguished 
families. New and revised edition of 
Anecdotes of the Aristocracy by Sir 
John Bernard Burke. 3 vols. Lond. 
1855, 8«- 
Traditionary Stories of Old Families, and 
Legendary Illustrations of Family 
History, with Notes, historical and 
biographical, by Arthur Picken. 2 
vols. 1853, so- 
Family Romance, or Episodes in the 
Domestic Annals of the Aristocracy, 
by Sir John Bernard Burke. 2 vols. 
Lond. 1853, 12«- Third edition. 1860, 
120- 
Vicissitudes of Families, and other Essays. 
First, second, and third series. By 
Sir John Bernard Burke. Lond. 1859 
— 63, S^- Remodelled edition, 2 vols. 
Lond. 1869, S^- 



Geneeal and Miscellaneous Works. 



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Vicissitudes of Families, by Sir Bernard 
Burke. New edition. 2 vols. Lond. 
1883, 80- 

The Great Governing Families of England, 
by J. L. Sandford and M. Townsend. 
2 vols. Lond. and Edinb. 1865, 8«- 

Our British Ancestors, by S. Lysons. 
Lond. 1865, 8«- 

Anecdotes of the Upper Ten Thousand, 
their Legends and their Lives, by Hon. 
Grantlev F. Berkeley. 2 vols. 1867, 
8«- " ^ 

Ancestral Stories and Traditions of Great 
Families, by John Timbs. Lond. 1869, 
8°- [The families are, — Talbot, Howard, 
Kadcliffe, Weston, Browne, Clifford, 
More, Hungerford, Ferrers, etc.] 

The Rise of Great Families, other essays, 
and stories, by Sir John Bernard 
Burke. Lond. 1873, 8°- 

Tales of our Great Families. By 
Edward Walford. Lond. 1877, 8"- 
Second series, Lond. 1880, 8°- 

Stories of Old Families, by W. Chambers. 
Edin. and Lond. 1878, 8o- Contents : 
— Story of the Setons, Lady Jean 
Gordon, Countess of Nithsdale, Lady 
Grisell Baillie, Grisell Cochrane, 
the Keiths, Lady Grange, Lady 
Jane Douglas, Wedderburn, Erskine, 
Susannah, Countess of Eglintoun, Lady 
Forbes, Vitty, Duchess of Queensberry, 
the Dalrymples, the Cecils, the Marquis 
of Montrose, the Buccleuch Family, 
the Argyll Family, the Baroness 
Burdett-Coutts, the Walpoles, the 
Bedford Family. Concluding sketches. 
[Earls of Derby, Duke of Marlborough, 
The Cowpers, The Temples, Lord 
Thurlow, The Kers of Cessford, Third 
Duke of lioxburghe. Sir Watkin W. 
Wynn, the Osbornes, the Lansdowne 
Family.] 

Reminiscences, Ancestral, Anecdotal, and 
Historical, by Sir Bernard Burke. 
Lond. 1882, 8*'- 

The Haunted Homes and Family 
Traditions of Great Britain, by J. H. 
Ingram. Two series. Lond. 1884, 8°- 

The Cavaliers of Fortune, or British 
Heroes in Foreign Wars, by James 
Grant. Lond., 1859, 8"- New edition, 
[1873.] 
The Ancient Earldoms of England. See 
" The Topographer and Genealogist," 



vol. 1, edited by John Gough Nichols. 
Lond. 1846, S^- 

Knights and their Days, by John Doran. 
London, 1856, 8''- New edition, Lond. 
1860, 8«- 

Magni Rotuli Scaccarii Normanniae sub 
Regibus Anglise. Opera Thomse Staple- 
ton. 2 vols. Lond. 1840, 8o- 

Calendarium Inquisitionum post mortem; 
temporibus Regum Henrici III., Ed. 
I., Ed. II., et Ed. III., cum indicibus. 
Edited by John Caley, for the 
Commissioners of the Public Records. 
4 vols. London, 1806—21, fol. 

Indexes to the " Inquisitiones post 
mortem," privately printed, by Sir 
Thomas Phillipps. Middle Hill, fol. 

Index Inquisitionum post mortem sive 
escaetarum, ab anno 1 Edward I. 
1272] ad annum 17 Henrici VI. 
'1439]. Alphabetically arranged under 
names of persons. Transcribed by Sir 
Harris Nicolas and W. H. Black, 19th 
cent. 5 vols. Brit. Mus. Add. MSS. 
19,704—19,708. 

A Calendar of Chancery Proceedings. 
Bills and Answers filed in the Reign of 
King Charles the First. Edited bv W. 
P. W. Phillimore for the Index 
Library. Lond. 1889, &c. 8«- 

Pedes Finium. Edited by Walter Rye. 
Norwich, 1881, 8«- 

Libri Censualis, vocati Domesday JBoolc. 
Edited by Sir Henry Ellis for the 
Commissioners of the Public Records. 
4 vols. Lond. 1811, fol. [The original 
MS. is deposited in the Record Office.] 

Names of Famihes contained in Domes- 
day. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 78, f. 2 b. 

Names of Landowners mentioned in 
Domesday. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 369, 
f, 98. 

Return of Owners of Land in England 
and Wales, arranged by Counties. 2 
vols. London, 1875, fol. 

The Acre-Ocracy of England. A list of 
all owners of three thousand acres and 
upwards, etc., by John Bateman. 
London, 1876, 8o- 

The Great Landowners of Great Britain 
and Ireland : a list of all owners of 
3000 acres and upwards. By John 
Bateman. London, 1878, 8°- New 
edition, 1879, 8«- 



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General and Miscellaneous Works. 



The Great Landowners of Great Britain 
and Ireland, by John Bateman. Fourth 
edition. Lond. 1882. 

Names of the Freeholders in the Counties 
of Suffolk, Bedford, Berkshire, York, 
Essex, Hertford, Lincoln, Nottingham, 
and Oxford, 1561. Brit. Mus. Lans. 
MS. 5. 

Eoyal Illustrated History of Eastern 
England, with Memoirs of County 
Families and Eminent Men, by A. J). 
Bayne. 2 vols. Norwich, n.d. S'^- 

The Midland Antiquary. Edited by W. 
F. Carter. London, 1883, &c. In 
progress. 

Northern Notes and Queries : or, The 
Scottish Antiquary. A Quarterly 
Magazine of Archaeology, Folklore, 
Genealogy, Heraldry, etc. Edited by 
the Rev A. W. Cornelius Hallen. 2 
vols. Edin., 1888. 

Treatise of all the Families which came to 
England with the Conqueror, and the 
Nobility since. Her, Coll., Vincent 
MS. 91 

Recueil des Principaux Seigneurs qui 
passerent la mer auec Guillaume Con- 
queror d'Angleterre, et de plusieurs 
autres qui apres le deces du diet Guil- 
laume se retirerent en Angleterre. Brit. 
Mus. Eg. MS. 2388. 

Les Conquerants d'Angleterre ; ou Lign- 
ages d'outre-mer de 1066 a 1204. Par 
Gabriel O'Gilvy. London, 1867. 4^- 

The Norman People, and their existing 
Descendants. London, 1874. 8^ . 

The Conqueror and his Companions by J. 
K. Planche. 2 vols. Lond. 1874, 8«- 

Lists of the followers of William the 
Conqueror. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
18,581, Harl. MSS. 293, art 9, 11, 14 ; 
542, art. 3 ; 1619, art 4 ; 1808, art. 7 

Copy of the Roll of Battle Abbey. MS. 
No. 25. Wrest Park, Beds. 

Copy of one of the Rolls of Battle Abbey. 
Brit. Mus. Lans. MS. 882, f. 26. 

Rolls of Battle Abbey, by Leland, 
Holinshed and Foxe. See "English 
Surnames," by M. A. Lower. Fourth 
edition. London, 1875, 8°- 

The Roll of Battle Abbey. See Grafton's 
Chronicle, Holinshed's Chronicle, 
Stowe's Chronicle, and Fuller's 
Worthies. 



Remarks on a Battle- Abbey Roll of the 
fifteenth century, from the collection 
of William of Worcester, by Sir Geo. 
F. Duckett. Sussex, 1876, 8^- 

Battle Abbey, by Mackenzie E. C. 
Walcot. Lond. 1870, 12'^- 

The Battle Abbey Roll, with some Account 
of the Norman Lineages, by the 
Duchess of Cleveland. 3 vols. 
Lond. 1889, 4o- • 

Rolls of Arms of Battle Abbey, see Arms, 
Rolls of. 

List of the Followers of Henry III. to 
Palestine. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 
6033, art. 3. 

List of the Slain at the Battle of Poictiers, 
and of Prisoners taken there. Brit. 
Mus. Harl. MS. 200, arts. 3 and 4. 

History of the Battle of Agincourt, 1415; 
with the Roll of the Men at Arms in 
the English Army, by Sir H. Nicolas. 
London, 1832, 8o- 

" La Noblesse et la Gentry Anglaises 
dans les Guerres de France au xv" 
siecle .... D'apres les documents 
originaux et inedits conserves aux 
Archives Imperiales de France." Copied 
and collected by E. A. Stadler, 1855. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 21,156. 

Nomina militum et aliorum hominum 
in Comitatibus variis, tempp. Hen. III., 
Edw. I., et II. Brit. Mus. Cott. MS. 
Claud, C, II. 

Illustrations of Jack Cade's Rebellion, 
from researches in the Guildhall Records, 
by B. B. Orridge, to which are added 
a list of his followers in Kent and 
Sussex, by W. D. Cooper. London, 
1869, 40- 

Lists of Persons of Note in different 
Counties. Brit- Mus. Cott. MS. Titus 
B. i, p. 124. 

A list of Esquires in England and Wales. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 6804, art. 104. 

Names of Persons in England fit to be 
appointed Escheators, 1592. Brit. 
Mus. Lans. MS. 71, art. 62. 

Lists of distinguished peisons beheaded, 
slain in battle, knighted, and attainted 
in the reigns of Edward IL, Edward 
III., Richard II., Henry VI , Edward 
IV, Henry VIII., Elizabeth, and 
James I. MS. x. 3. Towneley Hall, 
Burnley. 



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Names of the Nobility and Gentry who 
contributed to the Defence of this 
Country, at the time of the Spanish 
Invasion, 1588. London, 1798, 4^- 

The Names of those Persons who 
subscribed towards the Defence of this 
Country at the time of the Spanish 
Armada, 1588, and the amounts 
each contributed. With Historical 
Introduction by T. C. Noble. London, 
1886, 8''- 

Lists of Persons receiving annuities, 
fees, pensions, and loans from the 
Crown, arranged under counties ; and 
lists of public officers and of persons 
holding perpetuities of the Crown, 
1606—7. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
14313. 

List of the Names of all the Loyal and 
Indigent Military Officers, as they were 
certified in the Star Chamber before 
the printing or their Names in 1663 ; 
and a List of the Names of the several 
Persons in receipt of Pensions and 
Allowances from the Crown. Brit 
Mus Add. MS 33,590. 

A Catalogue of the Lords, Knights, and 
Gentlemen, that have Compounded for 
their Estates, by Thomas Dring. 
London, 1655, 4o- 

Catalogue of the Lords, Knights, and 
Gentlemen that have compounded for 
their Estates. Chester, 1733, 12'^- 

An Index of the Names of the Royalists 
whose Estates were confiscated during 
the Commonwealth. Compiled for the 
Index Society, by Mabel G. W. 
Peacock. Lond. 1879, 4"- 

Index Nominum to the Royalist Com- 
position Papers, first and second series. 
Edited by W. P. W Phillimore. Index 
Library. Lond 1889, H^- 

Lists of the Lords, Knights, Commoners, 
and Gentlemen slain in the late Wars, 
1660. Brit. Mus. Hari. MS. 2155, 
art. 34. See also Prestwick's 
" Respublica," p. 131. 

The Nonconformists' Memorial, being an 
account of the 2000 ministers who were 
ejected or silenced after the Restoration, 
1662, by Dr. Edm. Calamy, corrected 
by Sam. Palmer. 2 vols. Lond. 1775. 
80- Another edition, 3 vols., 1802—3. 



Lists of Popish Recusants, 1680. See 
Eleventh Report of Historical MSS. 
Commission, p. 225. London, 1887, 8«- 

Names of Popish Recusants Convict, and 
Papists who have registered their 
Estates, together with most of their 
titles, additions and places of abode, 
etc., 18th century. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MSS. 15629 ; 30211. 

Black List of 752 lewd and scandalous 
Persons prosecuted and convicted. Folio 
broadside, 1698. 

The Names of the Roman Catholics, 
Nonjurors and others, who refused to 
take the oath to his late Majesty King 
George I., 1715, together with their 
Titles, Additions and Places of Abode. 
By J. Cosin. 1745, 8<'- Reprinted in 
1862, 8«- 

The English Catholic Nonjurors of 1715 : 
being a summary of the Register of 
their Estates, with Genealogical and 
other notes. Edited by the Rev. 
Canon Estcourt and John 0. Payne. 
Lond. and New York, 1885. 

Records of the English Catholics of 1715, 
compiled wholly from original docu- 
ments. Edited by John Orlebar 
Payne. Lond. 1889. 

Original Lists of Persons of Quality, 
Emigrants, Religious Exiles, Political 
Rebels, and others who went from Great 
Britain to the American Plantations, 
1600—1700, by John Camden Hotten. 
Lond. 1874, 4P- 

Regia Insignia, or an Account of the 
King's Honourable Band of Gentlemen 
Pensioners, or Gentlemen at Arms, by 
W. M. Thiselton. Lond. 1819, 8^- 

Some Account of the Ancient Corps of 
Gentlemen-at-Arms, by J. B. Curling. 
Lond. 1850, 8«- 

Livre des Anglois a Geneve, with a few 
biographical notes, by John Southerden 
Burn. [English protestant refugees.] 
Lond. 1831, 8«- Privately printed. 

List of Works relating to the Huguenots. 
See " Bibliotheque de la Providence ; 
Catalogue of the Library of the French 
Protestant Hospital," by Reginald 
Stanley Faber. 

A Bibliography of some works relating to 
the Huguenot Refugees,- whence they 
came, and where they settled. 
Huguenot Society of London, Proceed- 
ings, vol. I. Lymington, 1886, 8°- 



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General and Miscellaneous Works. 



Genealogie et Fin des Huguenaux et 
Descouverte du Calvinisme, by G. de 
Saconay. Lyon, 1572. 

The History of the Huguenots during the 
16th century, by W. S. Browning. 
Lond. 1829, S^- 

History of the Huguenots, from 1598 to 
1838, by W. S. Browning. Lond. and 
Par. 1839, 8'^- 

Histoire des Refugies Protestants de 
France depuis la Kevocation de I'Edict 
de Nantes jusqu'a nos jours, par 
Charles Weiss. 2 vols. Paris, 1853, 
120- 

History of the French Protestant Refugees, 
by Charles Weiss. Translated, with 
the assistance of the Author, by F. 
Hardman. 2 vols. Edinb. and Lond. 
1854, 8«- 

History of the French Protestant Refugees, 
by Charles Weiss. Translated from 
the French by H. W. Herbert. With 
an American appendix by a descendant 
of the Huguenots. 2 vols. New 
York, 1854, b«- 

The Huguenots ; their settlements, 
churches and industries in England and 
Ireland, by Samuel Smiles. Lond. and 
Edinb. 1867, 80- Second edition, Lond. 
and Edinb. 1868, 8°- Another edition. 
New York, 1868, H^- Third edition, 
Lond. Edinb. 1869, 8o- A new and 
revised edition, Lond. 1876, S^- Revised 
edition, Lond. 1880, 8«- 

The Huguenots in France after the 
Revocation of the Edict of Nantes, by 
Samuel Smiles. Lond. 1873, 8o- New 
edition, with memoirs of Huguenot 
refugees. Lond. 1881, 8°- 

The Huguenots of the dispersion, by R. L. 
Poole. London, 1880. 

The Huguenots in the Nipmuck Country, 
or Oxford [Mass.], prior to 1713, by 
George F. Daniels. Boston, 1880, 12«- 

History of the Rise of the Huguenots, by 
HenryM. Baird. 2 vols Lond. 1880, 8«- 

The Roll of the Huguenots, settled in the 
United Kingdom, containing about 460 
names and 35 coats of arms in their 
proper colours, by Mrs. Philip de 
Crespigny. Folio sheet. 250 copies 
only prmted. 

Key to the Roll of the Huguenots, by 
Mrs. Philip de Crespigny. Lond. 1884, 
8°- 



History of the Huguenot Emigration to 
America, by Charles W. Baird. 2 vols. 
New York, 1885. 

Pedigrees of Huguenot Families, by M. 
Gwynne-Griffith. See the Antiquarian 
Magazine, vii. 10, Lond 18-5, 8'^- 

Documents relating to the Huguenot 
Emigration to Virginia and the 
Settlement at Manakin-Town ; with 
an Appendix of Genealogies. Edited 
and Compiled for the Virginia Historical 
Society, by R A. Brock Richmond, 
Virginia, 1886, 8«- 

Huguenot Society of London. Proceedings. 
Lymington, 1885, &c 8°- In progress. 

Collections of the Huguenot Society of 
America. Vol. 1. New York, 1886, 
8°- Published by the Society. 

The Huguenots and Henry of Navarre, 
byH.M. Baird 2 vols. Lond. 1886, 
8«- 

Huguenot Burial Ground of Mount Nod, 
Wandsworth in the County of Surrey, 
by John Traviss Squire, Huguenot 
Society. Lymington, 1887, 8«- 

History of the Huguenot Settlers in 

Ireland, by Thomas Gimlette. 1888, 
40. 

List of Foreign Protestants, and aliens, 

resident in England 1618— 1688. From 

returns in the State Paper Office. 

Edited for the Camden Society by W. 

D. Cooper. Westminster, 1862, 4«- 
Protestant Exiles from France. By D. 

C. A. Agnew. Edin. 1866, 40- Another 

edition. 3 vols. Lond. 1871 — 74, fol. 
Protestants from France in their English 

Home, by S. W. Kershaw. Lond. 

1885, 8«- 
History of a Cevenal Family. A Paper 

read before the Huguenot Society of 

London, Jan. 11, 188«, by Francis P. 

De Labilliere. Privately printed, 1888, 

8«- 
Die Colonieliste von 1699. Role General 

des Francois Refugiez, by Dr. Rich. 

Beringuier. Berlin, 1888, 8"- 
Registers of the Walloon and Dutch 

Protestant Settlers in England, see 

Austin Friars, London, and Norwich, 

CO. Norfolk. 
The History of the French, Walloon, 

Dutch, and other Foreign Protestant 

Refugees settled in England, from the 



General and Miscellaneous Works. 



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reign of Henry VIII, to the Revocation 
of the Edict of Nantes, by John 
Southerden Burn. Lond. 1846, 8'^- 

History of the Waldenses and Albigenses, 
by Thomas Taylor. Bolton, 1793, 
12'^- 

Alphabetical Catalogue of Members of the 
English Province, S.J. who assumed 
Aliases or By-names, together with the 
said Aliases, by a member of the same 
Society. Manresa Press, 1875, S*^- 

Records of the English Province of the 
Society of Jesus, by Henry Foley. 
5 vols. Lond. 1877-79, »«. [This work is 
profusely interspersed with family 
pedigrees.] 

Records of the English Province of the 
Society of Jesus, by Henry Foley. 
Vol. vi, (Supplemental volume). The 
Diary of the English College, Rome, 
from 1579 to 1773, with biographical 
and historical notes ; The Pilgrim 
Rook of the ancient English Hospice 
attached to the College from 1580 to 
1656, with historical notes. Lond. 
1880, 80- 

Old Jewish Families in England, by 
Lucien Wolf. In progress, 1885. 

The Name, Age, Place of residence and 
Year of the decease of 1712 Persons, 
who attained a century and upwards, 
from A. D. 66 to 1 799, with Anecdotes 
of the most remarkable. 1799, 8<'- 

Records of Longevity, comprising several 
thousand Centenarians, by Thomas 
Bailey. Lond. 1857, 8°- 

Modern Methuselahs (Nonagenarians or 
Centenarians). By J. Burn Bailey. 
Lond. 1889. 

Manners, Customs, Arms, Habits, etc., of 
England, from the arrival of the Saxons 
to Henry VIII. By Joseph Strutt. 
3 vols. Lond. 1774, 4«- 

A Critical Inquiry into Antient Armour, 
as it existed in Europe, but particularly 
in England, from the Norman Conquest 
to the reign of King Charles II, by 
Samuel Rush Meyrick. 3 vols. Lond. 
1824, 40- 

Engraved Illustrations of Ancient Arms 
and Armour, of Dr Meyrick, by Joseph 
Skelton. 2 vols. London, i830, 4o- 

Ancient Armour and Weapons in Europe : 
from the Iron Period of the Northern 



Nations to the end of the 17th century : 
with Illustrations from Contemporary 
Monuments, by John Hewitt. 3 vols. 
Lond 1855-60, 8°- 

Augustissimorum Imperatorum Regum 
atque Archiducum, Principum, Comi- 
tum, Baronum, Nobilium alior- 
umque clariss, virorum verissimse 
Imagines et rerum ab ipsis gestarum 
descriptiones, by Jacobus Schrenkins. 
OEniponti, 1601, fol. [126 full length 
portraits in armour.] 

Recherches Historiques sur les Costumes 
Civils et Militaires des Grildes et des 
Corporations de Metiers, leur Drapeaux, 
leurs Armes, leurs Blasons, etc., par 
Felix de Vigne. 2 vols. Gand, 1847- 
57, 8°' 

A new book of Shields, useful for all 
sorts of artificers, etc , by A. Heckell. 
N.p , n.d. 4°- 

Disceptationes Christianorum principum, 
de regnorum principatuumque juribus 
titulis, 1581. By R. Glover. Brit. 
Mus. Harl. MS. 6155. 

Insignium, Armorum, Emblematum, 
Hieroglyphicorum, et Symbolorum, 
quse ab Italic Impresse nominantur, 
explicatio; quae Symbolicse philosophise 
postrema pars est. By Abraham 
Fraunce. London, 1588, 4°- 

Hoepingi de Insignium sive Armorum 
prisco et novo .Jure Tractatus. Nori- 
berga3, 1642, fol. 

Letter to the Earl of Leicester [on 
Armorial Bearings brought from Caen 
and said to be English] by J. Henneker. 
1788, 80- 

England and France in the Fifteenth 
Century, by Henry Pyne. Lond. 
1870, 8«- 

Book of the Court : exhibiting the 
History, Duties and Privileges of the 
several Ranks of the English Nobility 
and Gentry, particularly of the Great 
Officers of State, and Members of the 
Royal Household, including Tables of 
Precedency, etc., with an Introductory 
Essay on Ceremonial, and a full Account 
of the Coronation Ceremony, by William 
John Thoms. Lond. 1844, 8«- 

Description of the British Imperial State 
Crown, by Prof. James Tenant. Lond. 
1858, 80- 



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G-ENEEAL AND MISCELLANEOUS WoRKS. 



Historical Notes on the Lennox or 
Damley Jewel ; the property of the 
Queen. Printed by Her Majesty's 
Command. Lond. 1844, 4P' 

A Chronycle, with a Genealogie, 
declarying that the Britons and 
Welshemen are lineallye dyscended 
from Brute, newly and very wittely 
eompyled in Meter. [By A. Kelton.] 
Lond. 1547, 12«- 

Britannia; or,achorographical Description 
of Great Britain and Ireland, together 
with the adjacent Islands, by William 
Camden. First edition, London, 1586, 
80- Other editions, 1587, 8«-, 1590, 
8''-, 1594, 40-, 1600, 4o-, 1601, foL, 
1607, fol., 1637, fol. 

Camden's Britannia, with large additions 
and improvements by Edmund Gibson. 
London, 1695, fol. Second edition, 
1722, fol. Fourth edition, 1772, fol. 
Enlarged by Bichard Gough. 3 vols. 
London, 1789, fol. Second edition, 4 
vols. 1806, fol. 

Camden's Britannia abridged, with 
improvements and continuations to the 
present time. To which are added lists 
of the present nobility, etc. 2 vols. 
London, 1701, 8o- 

Britannia ; or, a Geographical description 
of the Kingdom of England, Scotland, 
and Ireland, with the Isles and 
Territories thereto belonging, and an 
alphabetical table of the names, titles 
and seats of the Nobility and Gentry, 
by Bichard Blome. London, 1673, fol. 

ADiscoverie of certaine Errours published 
in print in the much-commended 
" Britannia, 1594," very prejudiciall 
to the Disccntes and Successions of the 
auncient Nobilitie of this Realme, by 
E. Brooke, Yorke Herault. Lond. 
about 1599, 4«- 

A Discoverie of Certaine Errours 
published in Print in the much- 
commended Britannia, 1594, very 
Preiudicial to the Discentes and 
Successions of the Auncient Nobilitie 
of this Kealme, by Ralphe Brooke. To 
which are added. The Learned Mr. 
Camden's Answer to this Book ; and 
Mr. Brooke's Reply. Lond. 1724, 4P- 

Remaines concerning Brittaine : But 
especially England, and the Inhabitants 



thereof : their Languages, Names, 
Syrnames, Allusions, Anagrammes, 
Armories, etc., by William Camden. 

The Second Impression. Lond, 1623, 

40. 

The remaines concerning Britaine, etc. 
The fourth impression, reviewed, 
corrected, and increased. By William 
Camden. Lond. 1629, 4«- Other 
editions in 1637, 1657, 1674. 

A Help to English History, containing a 
Succession of all the Kings of England, 
the English, Saxons, and the Britains ; 
the Kings and Princes of Wales, the 
Kings and Lords of Man, and the Isle 
of Wight ; as also of all the Dukes, 
Marquesses, Earls, and Bishops thereof ; 
together with the Names and Ranks 
of the Viscounts, Barons, and Baronets 
of England, by Peter Heylyn. Lond. 
1641, I2«- 

A Help to English History, containing a 
Succession of all the Kings of England, 
etc., by Peter Heylyn. Second 
impression. Lond. 1652. 

A Help to English History, containing 
a Succession of all the Kings of 
England, etc., by Peter Heylyn. And 
since his death continued, with great 
additions, to the first day of Nov. 1773. 
With the Arms of the Nobility, etc., 
etc., by Paul Wright. Lond. 1773, 8«- 

England's Happiness in a Lineal 
Succession ; and the deplorable miseries 
which ever attended Doubtful Titles 
to the Crown, Historically demonstrated 
by the Bloody Wars betwene the Two 
Houses of York and Lancaster. Lond. 
1685, 13°- 

Draft of an Act for recording the matches 
and descents of the nobility and gentry 
of England, &c., and for preventing 
usurpations of their armorial achieve- 
ments and irregularities in the bearing 
of them, etc. MSS. L. J. XL 297, 484, 
586. House of Lords. 

Reasons for Granting C ommissions to the 
Provincial Kings of Arms, for visiting 
their Provinces, by Stephen Martin 
Leake, Clarencieux King of Arms. 
Printed in 1744. 

The Pretender's Declaration, abstracted 
from two Anonymous Pamphlets, the 
one entitled Jus Sacrum; the otrher, 



GrENEBAL AND MiSCELLANEOrS WOEKS. 



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Memoirs of the Chevalier St. George ; 
with Memoirs of two other Chevaliers 
in the reign of Henry VII., by J. 
AsgiU. Lond. 1713, 8«- 

The History of the Three Pretenders to 
the Crown of England : with some 
remarks upon the now reviv'd assertion 
of hereditary right, by John Asgill. 
Lond. 1714, 8"- Second edition, Lond. 
1715, 8«- 

The Pedigree of the English People. By 
Thomas Nicholas. 2nd edition, London. 
1868, 8"- 4th edition, Lond. 1874, 
8«- 5th edition, Lond. 1878, 8«- 

Chapters from Family Chests, by E. 
Walford. 2 vols. Lond. 1886, 8«' 

Researches respecting Family History. 
Nos. 1—27, published by J. H. 
Fennell. Lond. 1866—69, fol. 

Album of G-enealogy and Biography. A 
complete and practical system of family 
registration, and of preserving 
biographical notes and memoirs, by J. 
M. Hawks. Springfield, Mass. 1874. 

Popular Grenealogists, or the Art of 
Pedigree making. Edin. 1865, 8'^- 

Pedigrees and Pedigree Makers, by E. 
A. Freeman. Lond. 1877, 8«- See 
also Contemporary Review, June, 1877. 

Family-Souvenirs. With an Introduction 
by Ernest Haynel, edited by Paul 
Moser. Berlin, 1866, 4°- 

Ancestral Tablets. A Collection of 
Diagrams for Pedigrees, by William 
H. Whitmore. Fourth edition. Boston, 
1880, 4«- 

Ancestral Tablets, a collection of DIagi'ams 
for Pedigrees, so aiTanged that eight 
generations of the ancestors of any 
person may be recorded, by William H. 
Whitmore. Sixth edition, 1889. 

The Family Register, a key to such 
official entries of Births, Marriages, 
and Deaths, at the Rigistrar- General's 
Office, as may refer to any particular 
family, and for the preservation of 
genealogical data essential to evidence 
of pedigree, with Explanatory Intro- 
duction, by Alfred George Taunton. 
Lond. 1883, fol. 

Record of Family Faculties ; consisting 
of tabular forms and directions for 
entering data, with an explanatory 
preface, by Francis Galton. Lond 
1884, 4P' 



How to Write the History of a Family, 
by W. P. W. Phillimore. Lond. 1887^ 
8«- Second edition revised, 1889, S^- 

How to Trace your own Pedigree ; or. a 
Guide to Family descent, by P. F. 
Hodgson. Lond. 1889, sm. 4'^- 

The Worthies of England, by Thomas 
Fuller. London, 1662, fol. Another 
edition, 2 vols. 1811, 4«- Another 
edition, enlarged by Nuttall. 3 vols. 
Lond. 1840, 8«- 

State Worthies, or the Statesmen and 
Favourites of England, from the 
Reformation to the Revolution, by 
David Lloyd, with additions by C. 
Whitworth. 2 vols. Lond. 1766, S^- 

Lives of Northern Worthies by Hartley 
Coleridge. A new edition. 3 vols. 
Lond. 1852, 8«- 

Old England's Worthies : a Gallery of 
Portraits, by C. Knight. Lond. 1853, 
fol. 

English Worthies. Edited by Andrew 
Lang. 3 vols. New York, 1886, 12o- 

Ryall's Portraits of Eminent Conservatives 
and Statesmen, with Genealogical and 
Historical Memoirs. Lond. 1836. 8°- 
Another edition. 2 vols. Lond. 1838 — 
41. 8^- 

Nobilitas Politica vel Civiles Personas 
scilicet Distinguendi, et ab origine inter 
Gentes, ex Principum gratia nobilitandi 
Forma. Th. Milles. Lond. 1608, fol. 

Memoirs, British and Foreign, of the 
Lives and Families of the Most Illus- 
trious Persons who dy'd in the year 
1711. More particularly of The Em- 
peror Joseph, The Dauphin, The Prince 
of Friesland, The D. of Rutland, The 

D. of Newcastle, The D. of Bedford, 
The D. of Dover, TheMarq. deBoufflers, 
The Marq. de Leganez, The E. of 
Bolingbrook, The E. of Rochester, The 

E. of Jersey, The E. of Bath, The Lo. 
Craven, The Lo. Willoughby, &c. To 
be continued yearly. Lond. 1712, 8"- 

Lives of Eminent Sergeants-at-Law of the 
English Bar, by Humphrey William 
Woolrych. 2 vols. Lond. 1869, 8°- 

Men-at-the-Bar : a biographical hand- 
list of the members of the various Inns 
of Court, including Her Majesty's 
Judges, etc., by Joseph Foster. Lon- 
don, X885. 80' 



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General and Miscellaneous Works. 



List of tlie Members of the Beef- Steak 
Club, 1735—1780, by John "Wilkes. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS., 30,891. 

Portraits [61] of the Members of Gril- 
lion's Club. Privately printed for the 
members only. 

Memoirs of the Celebrated Persons com- 
posing the Kit- Cat Club, with portraits 
by Sir Godfrey Kneller. Lond., 1821, 
fol. 

Genealogia Antiqua ; or. Mythological and 
Classical Tables, compiled from the best 
authors, by W. Berry. Lond., 1816, 
fol. Second edition, 1820. 

Patriarchse, or Scripture Genealogies am- 
plified ; pointing out the begining and 
the end of the four monarchies, with 
the Hebrew monthes brought to ours, 
wherby may be knowne what day of the 
mounth the remarkable actions in 
Scripture hapend. Brit. Mus., Lans. 
MS. 457. 

Tabulse genealogicse patrum veteris testa- 
menti usque ad Christum et apostolos, 
imperatorum Romanorum, et pontifi- 
cum, regum Anglise et Francise, &c. 
Brit. Mus. Cott. MS. Faust. B. VII. 

Scripture Genealogies, containing thirty- 
eight Lithographic Drawings of all the 
Genealogies recorded in the Sacred 
Scriptures, according to every Family 
and Tribe ; with the Line of our 
Saviour Jesus Christ observed from 
Adam to the Virgin Mary, by J. P. 
Morris. Privately printed. 

Historia Genealogia? Domini Nostri Jesu 
Christi, by S. Steieri. Franc. 1594. 
fol. 

The Genealogies of the Scriptures accor- 
ding to every Family and Tribe. With 
the lyne of our Lord Jesus Christ, by 
John Speed. Lond., 1668. S^- 

The Scripture Genealogy, beginning at 
Noah and his three sons, to the time of 
Job ; and also the Genealogy of Jesus 
Christ, according to St. Matthew, by 
John Reynolds. Chester, 1739. 4°- 

A Genealogical and Chronological View 
of the Ante-diluvian and Post diluvian 
Patriarchs, from Adam to Moses in- 
clusive, by John Allen. Lond., 1801, 
single sheet. 

Scripture Genealogy, from Adam to 
Christ ; exhibiting in a series of Thirty- 



six Engraved Tables, a Distinct View 
of the Nation, Tribe, Family, Lineal 
Descent, and Posterity of every Person 
mentioned in the Bible, etc., with an 
Index, by Samuel Leigh. 1817. 4*^- 

Genealogia Sacra ; or, Scripture Tables, 
compiled from the Holy Bible, by 
William Berry. Lond. 1819, fol. 

Arrangement of the Genealogies in the 
Old Testament and Apocrypha, and 
Chronological Tables, by G. Burrington. 
2 vols. 1836, 4«- 

Genealogies Illustrative of Sacred History 
and Prophecy, by the Rqy. F. Martin. 
Cambridge Press, 1855, fol. 

Pillar of Witness unto the Lord. Oxley's 
Genealogical and Chronological Table, 
taken from writings of the Bible. 
Beverley, 1883, single sheet. 

Genealogical Chronology of the World 
before Christ, giving the origin, genea- 
logy, and chronology of the earliest 
races of mankind, by Albert Welles, 
edited by K. A. McMurdo. Lond. 
1889, 4«- 

The History of Signboards from the 
Earliest Times to the Present Day, by 
Jacob Larwood and John Camden 
Hotten. Lond. 1867, 4'^- 

Histoire des Enseignes d'Hostelleries, 
d'Auberges et de Cabarets, par A. 
Blavignac, Architeete, &c. Paris, 
1880. 

Entries of Poyal Licences of the changes 
of Name, Arms, etc. Coll. of Arms, 
Dublin. 

Original petitions for the royal licence for 
change of name, with reports on the 
same by the officers of the College of 
Arms, 1783—1838. Two vols., folio. 
Brit. Mus. Eg. MSS. 1913 ; 1914. 

An alphabetical liepertory of family 
names in many of the English and 
Welsh counties. Brit. Mus. Lans. 
MS. 853. 

The Sirnames of all the families that have 
been peers, from the time of William 
the Conqueror. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
4814. 

Traite de I'origine de noms et des sur- 
noms. Avec les noms des fondateurs 
de grand nombre de communantz, etc., 
par Gilles And. de La Eoque. Paris, 
1681, 120- 



General and Miscei/Lakeotts Works. 



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Surnames and Sirenames, the Origin and 
History of Family names, by James 
Finleyson. Manchester 18 — , S^- 

Personal Names in the Bible, by W. F. 
Wilkinson. 1865. S°- 

Die Personem — und Familien — namem, 
von Aug. Fr. Pott. Leipzig, 1853, 8°- 

Surnames, by B. Homer Dixon. Boston, 
1857. 8°- Printed for private distri- 
bution. 

An Etymological Dictionary of Family 
and Christian Names. With an Essay 
on their Derivation and Import, by 
William Arthur. New York, 1857. 

8«- 

English Surnames, and their place in the 
Teutonic family, by Robert Ferguson. 
Lond. and Carlisle, 1858. 8^'- 

Surnames metrically arranged and 
classified ; with an introductory inquiry 
into their origin and use, by Thomas 
Clark. Lond. 1859, 8"- 

Patronymica Britannica : A Dictionary 
of the Family Names of the united 
Kingdom, by Mark Anthony Lower. 
Lond. I860, 8"- 

Concerning some Scottish Surnames, by 
Cosmo Innes. Edin. 1860, 8«- 

History of the Names of Men, Nations 
and Places in their Connection with the 
Progress of Civilization, by Eusetius 
Salverte. Translated from the French 
by the Rev. L. H. Mordaque. 2 vols. 

1862, 80- 

Surnames, and the Rules of Law affecting 
their Change, by Thos. Falconer. 
Cardiff and Lond. 1862, 8°- Second 
edition, with additions, Lond. 1862, 8*^- 

Supplement to an Essay on Surnames, by 
Thomas Falconer. Lond. 1863, 8"- 

An Answer to Mr. Falconer, on the 
Assumption of Surnames without Royal 
License. Lond. 1863, 8o- 

The Origin and Signification of Scottish 
Surnames, with a Vocabulary of 
Christian Names, by Clifford Stanley 
Sims. Albany, N. Y., 1862, 8^'- 

What is Your Name ? a Popular Account 
of the Meanings and Derivations of 
Christian Names, by Sophy Moody. 

1863, 80- 

Surnames and Sirenames. I^e origin 
and history of certain family and 
historical names ; with remarks on the 



ancient right of the Crown to sanction 
and veto the assumption of names, etc., 
by James Finlayson. ' Lond. 1863, 

History of Christian Names, by C. M. 
Yonge. 2 vols. Lond. 1863, 8«- 

The Teutonic name-system applied to the 
family names of France, England, and 
Germany, by Robert Ferguson. Lond. 
and Carhsle, 1864, 8'^- 

Genealogy and Surnames, with some 
Heraldic and Biographical Notices, by 
William Anderson, of Edinburgh. 
Edin. 1865, 8° 

Scottish Surnames ; a contribution to 
Genealogy, by James Paterson. Edin. 
1866, 4°- 

History of Christian Names. 2 vols. 
Lond. 1867, S^- 

Ludus Patronymicus ; or the Etymology 
of Curious Suraames, by Rich. Step. 
Charnock. Lond. 1868, 8o- 

On the Personal Names and Surnames 
used in England in the Thii'teenth 
Century, as illustrated by the Hartwell 
Evidences, by W. H. Black, Esq. See 
the Journal of the British ArcJicBoJogi- 
cal Association^ xxtt, 328. Lond. 
1870, 8°- 

English Surnames : their sources and 
significations, by Charles Wareing 
Bardsley. Lond. 1873, S^- 

English Surnames. An Essay on Family 
Nomenclature, Historical, Etymologi- 
cal, and Humorous, by Mark Anthony 
Lower. Fourth edition. 2 vols. Lond. 
1875, 8«- 

The Names we bear : a Descriptive 
Compendium of Biblical, Classical, and 
Common Names, by H. A. Long. Boston, 
1875, 8«- 

Les Noms de famille, by Eugene Ritter. 
Paris, 1875, 8«- 

Dictionnaire des Noms, Surnoms et 
Pseudonymes Latins, by A. Franklin, 
Paris, 1875, 8«- 

The Romance of the London Directory- 
[A Treatise on Surnames] . By Charles 
Wareing Bardsley. Lond. 1879, 8<^- 

Dictionnaire des Noms contenant la 
recherche etymologique des formes 
anciennes de 20,200 noms releves sur 
les Annuaires de Paris, par Loredau 
Larchey. Paris, 1880, 8«- 



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General and Miscellaneous Woeks. 



Curiosities of Puritan Nomenclature, by 
Charles W. Bardsley. Lond. 1880, 

Pranomina ; or, the Etymology o£ the 
principal Christian Names of Great 
Britain and Ireland, by K. S. Charnock. 
Lond. 1882, 8"- 

Our Noble Selves ; or Gleanings about 
Grantham Surnames, by the Author of 
Notes on the Months. Lond. 1882, 
So 

The Origin of Family or Sur-Names, 
with special reference to those of the 
Inhabitants of East Dereham in the 
County of Norfolk, by G. A. Carthew. 
Norwich, 1882, 4"- 



Surnames as a Science, by Kobert 
Ferguson. Lond. 18«3, 8«- 

Personal and Family Names, a Popular 
Monograph on the Origin and History 
of the Nomenclature of the present and 
former times, by H. A. Long. Glasgow, 
1883, 8«- 

Glossary of Dialectal Place Nomenclature, 
with a list of Family Surnames 
pronounced differently from the 
spelling, by E. C. Hope. 1883, 12o- 

The Antiquity of Surnames, by A. Folkard. 
" The Antiquary," vol. xiii. Lond. 
1886, 40- 

Sobriquets and Nicknames, by Albert E,. 
Frey. Lond. [1887] S^- 



Imlbtc toattses. 



A Treatise of Heraldry, Latin and 
English, with drawings of Arms. 14th 
Century. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 3744. 

Treatise on the blazonry of Arms, in 
twelve chapters, with arms in gold and 
silver, and in colours, French. 15th 
century, vellum. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
26,708. 

Treatises on State Ceremonials, Heraldry, 
etc. 15th century. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 29,901. 

Libellus de officio militari, by Nicholas 
Upton, 1458, with coloured drawings of 
coats of arms, etc. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 30,946. 

Nic. Upton de Militari Officio. 16th 
century MS. belonging to the Marquis 
of Bath. Longleat, Co. Wilts. 

De officio militari. De coloribus in armis 
depictis, et eorum nobilitate ac differ- 
entia. De diversis signis in armis 
depictis. Nicolas Upton. Brit. Mus. 
Cott. MS. Nero C iii. 

" De Officio Militari," by Nicholas Upton. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MSS. 3504, 6106. 
Coll. of Arms, Sheldon, 444. 

Upton on Arms. MS. The Hatton 
Collection. 



Nicholai Vptoni, De Stvdio Militari, 
Libri Quatuor, Johan. de Bado Aureo, 
Tractatvs de Armis. Henrici Spelmanni, 
Aspilogia. Edvardvs Bisssevs. E 
codicibus M.S.S. primus publici juris 
fecit, Nobisque illustravit. London, 
1654, fol. 

Ung Petit traictye de Noblesse compose 
par Jacques de Valere en langue 
d'Espaigne, et translate en Fran^oys 
par maistre Hugues de Salue, 15th 
century. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 18,798 ; 
Eg. MS. 795. 

Treatise on Heraldry, by Franquevie, 
Herault de Valenciennes, in 1485. 
French, with arms. Brit. Mus. Eger. 
MS. 1644. 

On the Origin and History of the Badge 
and Mottoes of Edward, Prince of 
Wales, by Sir N. H. Nicolas, reprinted 
from the Archseologia, vol. 31. 

The Treatyse perteyning . to Hawkyng, 
Huntyng, and Fyshyng with an Angle ; 
and also a right noble Treatyse, which 
specyfyeth of Blasynge of Armys by 
Julyans Berners, emprynted at West- 
mestre by Wynkyn de Worde, the year 
of thyncarnation, mcccclxxxvi. Small 
folio. 



Heraldic Treatises. 



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The Centleman's Academie, or the Booke 
of St. Albans ; containing three most 
exact and excellent bookes. The first 
of Hawking, the second of all the 
proper termes of Hunting, and the last 
of Armorie ; all compiled by Juliana 
Barnes, in 1486, and now reduced into 
a better method by Gervase Markham. 
London, 1595, 4°- 

The Book containing the Treatises of 
Hawking, Hunting, Coat- Armour, 
Fishing, and Biasing of Arms ; by 
Julyans Bemers as printed at West- 
minster, by Wynken de Worde, in 1486; 
by Joseph Haslewood. London, 1810, 
40. 

The Boke of Saint Albans, by Dame 
Juliana Bemers, containing treatises 
on Hawking, Hunting, and Cote 
Armour. Eeproduced in facsimile 
with an Introduction by William 
Blades. London, 18H1, 4'^- 

Traite sur le Blason des Armes, par 
Jehan Pierre, in 3489. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MS. 26,70:^. 

Arbre des Batailles, par Honore Bonnor. 
Paris, 1493, fol. [A treatise on Arms 
and Chivalry]. 

Treatises on Heraldry, by Thomas 
Derham, and Richard Strangway. 
Written in 1494. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MSS. 5958, 8933; Harl. 992, 2259, 
3504. 

Le Blason de toutes armes et ecutz tres 
necessaire vtile et prouffitable a tous 
nobles seigneurs et prescheurs pour 
icelles blasonner figure en sept sortes de 
manieres. Printed at Paris par Pierre 
le Caron, 1495, 8°- Other editions. 

A treatise concerning the Nobility, 
according to the law of England, 16th 
century. Brit. Mus. Cott. MS. Jul. 
C. Yin. 

A collection of heraldic treatises, with 
coloured arms, 16th century. Brit. 
Mus. Harl. MS. 6149. 

Treatises on Heraldry, of the 16th 
century. Brit. Mus. Harl. MSS. 
4468, 5877. 

Treatise on Heraldry, 16th century. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 26,700. 

A Treatise on the first principles and 
fundamental Rules of Heraldry, 16th 
cent. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 6097. 



A Treatise on Heraldry in general, in the 
French language, 16th, century. Brit. 
Mus., Lans. MS. 882, f. 39. 

A Book of the Invention, nature, and 
several bearings of Arms, Brit. Mus. 
Harl. MS. 3526. 

De Heraldis, by John Anstis, 16th 
century. Brit. Mus. Harg. MS. 104. 

' Aurea Periscellis,' by John Cusacke, 
16th century. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 
885. 

" L'Office du Herault et Roy d'Armes." 
A treatise of heraldry, in four parts, 
dedicated to Alphonso V. King of 
Arago, by Sicille Herault. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MS. 17,351. 

Le Blason des Couleurs en Armes, Livrees 
et Devices par Sicille, Herault 
d'Alphonse V. Roi d' Aragon. Paris, 
1507, 4«- New edition, Lyon, 1530. 
Other editions, in 1582, 1614, the best 
was published in I860. 

A Treatise on the Science of Armorie, by 
William Feryby, 1517. Brit. Mus. 
Harl. MS. 1952. 

Le Fondement et Origin e des Titres de 
Noblesse, avec ques le maniere de Faire 
les Roys d'Armes, Heraulx et Ponr- 
sivans, ensemble le parfond secret 
del'art d' Armorie. Paris, 1535, 8°- 

Le Blason d'Armes : par le Sieur de 
Maumetz & de Bancourt. Et aussi, 
Aultres Traictiez concernant I'origina- 
tion de Rois d'Armes, Herauldz 
d'Armes, &c. 1540. Brit, Mus. Roy. 
MS. 20 B XVI. 

Observations on the Clauses containing 
Grants of Precedency in Patents of 
Peerage : with Remarks on the Statute 
31 Hen. VIII. for placing the Lords, 
by Sir N. H. Nicolas. No place, or 
date, 8«- 

The Debate betweene the Heraldes of 
Englande and France, by John Coke. 
London, 1550, S^- 

De la primitive Institution des Roys, 
Heravldz, and Poursuiuans d'Armes, 
par Jean Feron. Paris, 1555, 1°- 

Optimates sive de Nobilita Esquire, 
Antiqua, Origine, Natura, Officii 
disciplina, etc., by Lawrence Humphrey. 
Basilese, 1559, 80- 

The Accedence of Armorie, by Gerard 
Leigh. Lond,, 1562, 4°- Reprinted ia 
1568, 1576, 1591, 1597, and 1612. 



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Heraldic Treatises. 



Index of names to " The Accedence of 
Armorie " and other heraldic works. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 27,423, f . 78. 

The Nobles, or of Nobilitye ; the original, 
nature, dutyes, right and Christian 
Institucion thereof ; three Bookes, by 
Lawrence Humfrey. London, T. 
Marshe, 1563, 8"- 

Sicillo. Trattato de i Colori nelle Arme. 
Venice, 1565, 12o- Another edition, 
Yen. 1595, 12° 

A Treatise of the Honour of the right 
high and mighty Princesse Marie, now 
Queene of Scotland ; with a declaration 
of her Eight, Title, and Interest to 
the Crowne of England. By Morgan 
Philippes. Leige, 1571, S"^- 

Treatise tovching the right, title and 
interest of the Princesse Marye, Queene 
of Scotland, and King James her Graces 
Sonne to the succession of the Croune 
of England, by John Lesley, 1571, 
g''- Another edition, 1584, 8«. 

A Tretase, declaring and conferminge 
against all Objections, the just Title 
and Right of the axcellente and worthie 
Prince James, King of Scotland, to the 
Succession of the Crowne of England, 
whereunto is added a Dyscorse, shewing 
how necessarye yt is for the Eealme of 
Ingland, that he be in duetye acknow- 
ledged and admytted to the Succession 
of the Kingdome. No date. 4"- 

Works of Armorie devyded into three 
bookes, the Concordes of Armorie, the 
Armoiie of Honor, and the Coates and 
Crestes, by J. Boswell. R. Totelli, 
1572, 4o- Another edition, Lond 
1597, 4P- 

A very proper Treatise, wherein is briefly 
sett forthe the Arte of Limming, 
very mete and necessary to be knowne 
to all suche gentlemene, and other 
persones as doe delite in limming, 
painting or in tricking of armes in 
their right colors, and therefore a worke 
very mete to be adioned to the bookes 
of armes. London, 1573, 4°- Another 
edition, London, 1583, 4P- Another 
edition in 1588. 

The Five Bookes of the famous, learned, 
and eloquent man Hieronimus Osorius, 
contayninge a discourse of Civill and 
Christian Nobilitie. Translated out of 



Latine into Englishe by William 
Blandie. 1576, 4°- 

Traite des Nobles et des Vertus dont ils 
sont Formes : Leur charge; vocation, 
rang et degre : des Marques Genealo- 
gies et diuerses Especes d'iceus : De 
I'origine des Fiefs, et des Armoiries, par 
Francois Aloucte. Paris, 1577, 4^ 

Le Blason des Armoiries, auquel est 
monstree la Maniere de laquelle les 
Anciens et Modernes ont use en icelles; 
revue, corrigee, avec Augmentation de 
plusieurs Armoiries, par Hierome de 
Bara. Lyon, 1581, fol. Another edition, 
Lyon, 1604, fol. Another edition, 
Paris, 1628, fol. 

The Blazon of Gentrie : divided into two 
parts. The first named, the Glorie of 
Generositie ; the second, Lacye's 
Nobilitie. Comprehending discourses 
of Armes and of Gentry ; wherein is 
treated of the beginning, parts, and 
degrees of Gentlenesse, with her lawes: 
Of the Bearing and Blazon of Cote- 
Armors. Of the Lawes of Armes and 
of Combats. Compiled by John Feme. 
London, 1586, 4'^- 

De Origine et Antiquitate Armorum, by 
Robert Glover, 1571-1588. Brit. Mus. 
Harl. MSS. 1481, 6166 ; Lans. 872. 

Insignium, Armorum, Emblematum, etc., 
by Ab. Fransi. 1588, 4«- 

The Trve vse of Armorie, shewed by 
Historic, and plainly proued by example, 
the necessitie thereof also discouered ; 
with the maner of differings in ancient 
time, the lawfulness of honorable 
funerals, and moniments ; with other 
matters of Antiquitie, incident to the 
aduancing of Banners, Ensignes, and 
marks of noblenesse, and cheualrie, by 
William Wyrley. London, 1592, 

A discourse of armes, compiled by Francis 
Thynne, wherin is shewed the blazone 
and cause of divers Englishe, forayne, 
and devised coats ; together with 
certaine ensignes, banners, devises, and 
supporters, of the Kynges of Englande. 
MS. A.D. 1593. In the possession of 
the Marquis of Ripon, at Studley Royal, 
Co, York. 

La Precedence de la Noblesse, par 
Guillaume de Oncieu. Lyon, 1593, 8°- 



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Elementarye liudiments of the Arte of 
Armorye, by John Gwillim, Pursuivant 
at Arms, 1595. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
26.680, 

A Discourse whether a Nobleman by birth, 
or a Gentleman by descent, is greater 
in Nobilitie. By Sir John Bapt. Nenna, 
of Bari, and translated by W. Jones. 
London, 1595, 4'^- Second edition, 
London, 1600, 4'^- 

L'estat et comportemeut des armes, livre 
autant utile que necessaire a tous 
g'entilshommes et Officiers d'armes. 
Par J. Scohier. Bruxelles, 1597, fol. 
Another edition, Paris, 1630, fol. 
Arms coloured. 

A Discourse of the Descent and Genealogy 
of all the Kings and Princes of England 
to 1599, by D. K. MS. Hatton 
Collection. 

Treatise shewing the Names and Armes 
of the English Nobility from the time 
of William the Conqueror, to the reign 
of Queen Elizabeth. Brit. Mus. Harl. 
MS. 1104. 

A treatise concerninge the nobilitie of 
England accordinge to the lawes of 
England. [Signed] Edri. Umfreville. 
17th century, MS. No. xxiii. 
Towneley Hall, Burnley. 

A Treatise concerning the Nobilitie, 
according to the lawes of England, 16th 
century. Brit. Mus. Sloan MS. 3479 
art. 7. 

The Plea betweene the Advocate and the 
Ant'advocate, concerning the Bathe and 
Bacheler Knightes, wherein are shewed 
manye Antiquityes towchinge Knight- 
hood, by Francis Thynne, Lancaster 
Heralde. 1605. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
12,530. 

An Eclog treating of Crownes and 
Garlands, and to whom of right they 
appertaine. Addressed and consecrated 
to the King's Majestic, by Sir George 
Buck, knight. London, 1605, 4<^- 

Origines des Chevaliers, Armoiries, et 
Heraux, par Claude Fauchet. Paris, 
1606, 80- 

Tractatus de Primogenitura. By Jacobi 
Saa, Eques. Lusit. 1606, 4«- 

A Discourse of the Lawfulness of Combats 
to be performed in the presence of the 
King, or the Constable and Marshall 
of England, by Sir Eobert Cotton, 



Knight and Baronett, Anno Domini 
1609. MS. vol. 5. No. 2. Belonging 
to J. I. Harvey, Esq., of Ickwell Bury. 

The Duello, or Single Combat : from 
Antiquity derived into this Kingdom 
of England ; With severall kindes and 
ceremonious formes thereof, from good 
Authority described, by J. Selden. 
London, 1610, 4«- 

The Decree and Establishment of the 
King's Majestic, upon a controuersie 
of Precedence, between the yonger 
sonnes of Yiscontes and Barons, and 
the Baronets ; and touching some other 
points also, concerning as well Bannerets 

as the said Baronets. London, 1612, 

40. 

L'Institution de la Noblesse, Diuisee en 
trois liures. Tolose, 1618, 12«- 

The Compleat Gentleman, Fashioning 
him absolute in the most necessary and 
commendable Qualities concerning Mind 
or Bodie, that may be required in a 
noble Gentleman, by Henry Peacham. 
London, 1622, 4°- Second edition in 
1634. 

The Art of Blazon ; and a catalogue of 
English Baronets from the time of 
James I., with descriptions of their 
arms. Stowe MS. 428. Brit. Mus. 

Le Blason des Armoires, contenant les 
differences de timbres, couronnes, 
supports et surhaussement, ensemble 
les termes pour en bien parler, by Hugo 
Perrote, 1626. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
17,682. 

The Gentleman's Exercise. Or an exquisite 
practise, as well for drawing all manner 
of Beasts in their true portraittures ; 
as also the making of all kinds of colours, 
to be vsed in Lymming, Painting, 
Tricking, and Blason of Coates and 
Armes, by Henrie Peacham. London, 
1630, 40- 

Lc Blason des Armoiries. Par Hier. de 
Bara. Livre autant necessaire que 
profitable a tous Seigneurs et Gentils- 
hommes ; reueu, corrige et augment© 
en ceste derniere edition, par B. R. D, 
E. L. R. Paris, 1630, fol. 

Le blason || des armes nouuellement im- 
prime. || (au recto du dernier f.) : Im- 
prime a Paris par Guillaume Nyverd 
demourant en la rue de la inyfrie a len" 
seigne de la Bose. Paris, sans date, 8°- 



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Heraldic Teeatises. 



L'Origine et Pratique des Armoiries a la 
Gauloise. Par Phil. Monet. Lyon, 
1631, 4^- 

Ante-Dvello, or a Treatise in which is 
discussed the lawfulness and vnlawful- 
ness of Single Combats ; Together with 
the Forme of severall Dvells performed 
in the Kingdome upon sundry occasions. 
London, 1632, 4o- 

Indice Armorial, ou sommaire Explication 
des Mots usitez au Blason des Armoiries. 
Par Lowan Greliot. Paris, 1635, fol. 

Discursos ilustres, historicos i genealogicas, 
by P. de Rojas. Toledo, 1636, 4«« 

Palmerin D'Oliva. Shewing the Mirrour 
of Nobilitie, the Map of Honour, 
Anatomic of rare Fortunes, Heroicall 
presidents of Love, wonder of Chivalrie, 
and the most accomplished knight in 
all perfection. Written in Spanish, 
Itatian, and French, and translated 

into English, by A.M. London, 1637, 

40. 

Le Eoy d'Armes, ou I'art de bien former, 
charger, briser, timbrer, parer, 
expliquer et blasonner les Armoiries, 
par Marc Grilbert de Varennes. Paris, 
1635, fol. 2nd edition, Paris, 1640, 
fol. 

L' Armorial, ou la Science du Blason. 
Paris, 1638, 4°- 

Sommaire Armorial. Paris, 1638, 4*^- 

A Brief Discourse, concerning the Power 
of Peers, and Commons of Parliament, 
in point of Judicature. Lond., 1640, 
40- 

A Treatise of the Nobility of the Realme. 
Collected out of the body of the 
Common Law, with mention of such 
statutes as are incident hereunto, upon 
a debate of the Barony of Aburgavenny. 
By W. Bird. London, 1642, S^- 

*' The Magazen of Honour, or a Treatise 
concerninge the Nobilitie of England 
accordinge to the Lawes of England, 
with their Priviledges in Parliament," 
etc., by Will. Bird. Brit. Mus. Harl. 
MS. 5876. 

The Magazine of Honour ; or a Treatise 
of the severall Degrees of the Nobility 
of this Kingdome with their Rights 
and Priviledges. Also of Knights, 
Esquires, Gentlemen, and Yeomen ,and 
matters incident to them, according to 



the Lawes and Customs of England, 
by William Bird, and enlarged by Sir 
John Doderidge. London, 1642, S^- 

" A Treatise concerning the Noljilitie, 
accordinge to the lawe of England," 
by Will. Bird, and enlarged by Sir 
John Doderidge. Brit. Mus. Harl. 
MS. 6078. 

Doderidge (or Bird) of Nobilitie and Yeo- 
men : Observations touching the 
nobility of England, ancient and modem : 
Privileges of the Barons when they sit 
in Parliament, by Selden : The ancient 
orders which were to be observed by 
the officers at arms at Coronations etc., 
1568 : The first foundation of the 
office of arms etc. MS. 17th century. 
Eaton Hall, Co. Chester. 

Three severall treatises of Nobility : Of 
the creation of Nobility. Of the 
Nobility in generall. Of knighthood 
and Gentlemen. By the famous Anti- 
quary Thomas Bird Esquier. Brit. 
Mus. Lans, MS. 866. 

De Insignium sive Armorum prisco et 
novo Jure, Tractatus juridico-historico- 
philogieus, By T. Hoepingk. Nori- 
bergai, 1642, fol. 

Les principes du Blason. With drawings, 
by T. Dingley, 1643. Stowe, MS. 526, 
Brit. Mus. 

" La Science Heroique :" an heraldic 
treatise, by Marc de Vulson, Sieur de 
Colombiere ; with arms in colours, and 
Supplement. Brit. Mus. Add. MSS. 
17, 683, 14,300. 

La Science Heroique, traitant de la 
Noblesse, de I'Origine des Armes, &c. 
Par Marc Vulson Sieur de la 
Colombiere. Paris, 1644, fol. 

La Science Heroique, &c. Augmente et 
reimprime. Paris, 1669, fol. 

A Collection of Arguments in several 
Cases of Heraldry, by Wm. Ryley, 
Lancaster Herald, 1646. Brit. Mus., 
Harl. MS. 4991. 

The Instruments of a King, or a short 
Discourse of the Sword, Crown, and 
Sceptre, by James Howell. London, 
1648, 4°- 

A Discourse of the Lawfulness of Combats, 
to be performed in the Presence of the 
King, or the Constable and Marshals 
of England, by Sir Robort Cotton. 
London, 1651, 4P- 



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Honors pedigree ; or, the several fountains 
of gentry. Being a treatise of the 
distinct degrees of nobilitie of this 
kingdome, etc., by Sir John Dod- 
dridge. London, 1652, 8"- Another 
edition, 1657, 8"- 

Mercure Armorial, enseignantles principes 
et Elemens du Blazon, par C. Segoing. 
Paris, 1652, 4«- 

A Treatise concerning the Broken 
Succession of the Crown of England : 
Inculcated, about the latter end of the 
Keign of Queen Elizabeth. Not 
impertinent for the better Compleating 
of the General information Intended. 
London, 1655, 4o- 

A Table shewing how to Blazon a Coat, 
ten several ways, by Thomas Gore. 
1655. Single folio sheet. 

Flnetti PJiiloxenis ; Or some choice 
Observations of Sir John Finett, 
Knight, and Master of the Ceremonies 
to the two last Kings, touching the 
Reception and Precedence, the Treat- 
ment and Audience, the Puntillios and 
Contests of Forren Ambassadors in 
England. Lond. 1656, S^- 

Tresor Heraldique ou Mercure Armorial 
ou sont demonstrees toutes les choses 
necessaires pour acquerir une parfaite 
connaissance de I'Art de blasonner, 
enrichy de Figures et du Blazon des 
Maisons considerables de I'Europe, par 
C. Segoing. Paris, 1657, fol. 

Promptuaire Armorial ; traitant particu- 
lierementduBlason, et des Observations 
pour bien Blasonne des Mots, et des 
Termes usitez en ce noble Art, &c. Par 
Jean Boisseau. 2 vols. Paris, 1657. 

Judge Dodaredge, His Law of Nobility 
and Peerage, Wherein the Antiquities, 
Titles, Degrees, and Distinctions ; 
Concerning the Peeres and Nobility of 
this Nation are Excellently set forth. 
With the Knights, Esquires, Gentlemen, 
and Yeomen ; and matters Incident to 
them according to the Lawes and 
Customes of England. London, 1658, ^^• 

Le Laboureur, Discours de I'Origine des 
Armes, et des Termes receus et usites 
pour I'Explication de la Science 
Heraldique, enrichy des ^lasons des 
Maisons Illustres de la Chrestiente. 
Lyon, 1658, 4o- 



Origine et vraye pratique de I'art du 
blason, par le P. Menestrier. Lyon, 
1659, 4«- 

Le veritable art du blason, ou les regies 
des armoiries sont traitees d'une nouvelle 
methode plus aisea que les precedentes 
(anonyme), par Claude Francois 
Menestrier. Lyon, 1659, 12o- 

Dialogue on Armoury, time of Charles 11. 
Stowe MS. 276. Brit. Mus. 

A Discourse and Defense of Arms and 
Armory, Shewing the Nature and Rises 
of Arms and Honour in England, from 
the Camp, the Court, the City, vnder 
the two latter of which are contained 
Universities and Inns of Court, by 
Edward Waterhous. London, 1660, 
80- 

The Compleat Gentleman. To which is 
added, the Gentleman's exercise, etc, 
The third impression, much enlarged, 
especially in the art of blasonry. By 
Henry Peacham. London, 1661, 4P- 

A Treatise of Nobility, by Henry 
Whiston. London, 1661, 12°- 

The Sphere of Gentry, deduced from the 
Principles of Nature, an Historical and 
Genealogical Work of Arms and 
Blazon, by Silvanus Morgan. London, 
1661, 4P- 

La vraye et parfaite science des Armoiries, 
ou, L'indice armorial, par Louvan 
Geliot. Dijon and Paris, 1661, fol. 
Another edition. Augmente de nombre 
de termes, par P. Palliot. Dijon and 
Paris, 1664, fol. 

L'Art du blason justifie, avec la Methode 
abbrege des principes heraldiques, par 
Claude Francois Menestrier. Lyon, 
1661, 12«- 

L'Art des emblemes, par Claude Francois 
Menestrier. Lyon, 1662, 8«- 

A Vindication of the Degrees in Gentry, 
in opposition to Titular Honour. Done 
by a Person of Honour. London, 1663, 
8«- 

Of duells and combates, with the proceed- 
ings therein in the Earl Marshal's Court 
of England ; with some observations 
relating to appeals, by J. H. 1664. 
MS. vol. XV. Eshton Hall, Co. York. 

" Of Knighthood and batail," a poem in 
old Enghsh. Brit. Mus. Cott. MS. 
Titus A. XXIII. 



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Heraldic Treatises. 



A Discourse concerning the Precedency 
of Kings : Wherein the Eeasons and 
Arguments of the Three Greatest 
Monarks of Christendom, who claim a 
several right thereunto, are faithfully 
collected and rendered. Whereunto is 
also adjoyned, A distinct Treatise of 
Ambassadors, etc., by Jas. Howell. 
London, 1664, fol. 

Caliope's Cabinet opened. Wherein 
Gentlemen may be informed how to 
adorn themselves for Funerals, Feast- 
ings, and other Heroic Meetings. Also 
here they may know their place and 
Worth ; with all the Degrees and 
Distinctions of Honour in the Realm ; 
shewing how every one ought to take 
place, with the Titles due to them, by 
James Salter. London, 1665, 12o- 

Caliope's Cabinet opened and reviewed, 
by James Salter. London, 1674, 12^' 

Armilogia^ sive Ars Chromocritica, the 
Language of Arms by the Colours and 
Metals : Being Analogically handled 
according to the Nature of Things, 
and fitted with apt Mottos to the 
Heroical Science of Herauldry in the 
Symbolical World. By Sylvanus 
Morgan. Lond. 1666, 4P- 

La Science heroique, traitant de la Noblesse, 
et de I'origine des Armes ; de leur 
Blazons, Symboles, &c. Seconde 
edition, augment ee ; avec des figures, 
par Marc de Vulson. Paris, 1669, 
fol. 

Traite des Tournois, Joustes, Carrousels, 

et autres spectacles publics, par Claude 

Francois Menestrier. Lyon, 1669, 

4P- Another edition, Lyon, 1674, 
40. 

Le Veritable Art du Blason, et la pratique 
des Armoiries depuis leur Institution, 
par C. F. Menestrier. Lyon, 1671, 
120- Other editions in 1673, 1675. 

L'Art Heraldique, contenant la maniere 
d'apprendre facilement le Blason, 
enriche des figures necessaires pour 
I'intelligence des termes, par Julius 
Baron. Paris, 1672, 12«- Other 
editions in 1681 and 1689. Revue et 
augment ee par A. Playre. Paris, 1693, 
8°- Reprinted in 1717. 

A Brief Historical Discourse, Of the 
Original and Growth of Heraldry, 



Demonstrating upon what rational 
Foundations, that Noble and Heroick 
Science is established, by Thomas 
Philipot. London, 1672. S^- 

Traite singulier du Blason, contenant les 
regies des Armoiries. Des Armes de 
France et de leur Blazon, etc., par G. 
A. de La Roque. Paris, 1673, 12o- 

Traitte Historique des Armes de France, 
et de Navarre, et de leur Origine, par 
Ab. L. Sainte-Marthe. Paris, 1673, 
120- 

La Science Heraldique du Blason. Par. 
1675, 40- 

Jus Imaginis apud Anglos ; or The Law 
of England Relating to the Nobility 
and Gentry. Faithfully collected, and 
methodically Digested for Common 
Benefit, by John Brydall. London, 
1675, 8«- 

The Antiquitie of Gentry, Nobleness and 
Coat Armour bearinge, demonstrating 
that there has been disquisitions, degrees, 
and qualities of men from the begin- 
ninge of the world. 1676. MS. Stamford 
Court, Worcestershire. 

Analogia Honor urn : or, a Treatise of 
Honour and Nobility, according to the 
Laws and Customes of England. In 
two parts. The first containing 
Honour Military, and relateth to War. 
The second Honour Civil, and relateth 
to Court and City, by John Logan. 
London, 1677, fol. 

A Discourse of the Peerage, and 
Jurisdiction of the Lords Spiritual in 
Parliament, Proving from the funda- 
mental Laws of the Land, the testimony 
of the most renowned authors, and the 
practice of all ages, that they have no 
Right in claiming any Jurisdiction in 
Capital Matters. London, 1679, fol. 

A Display of Heraldry, by John Guillim. 
The fifth edition. To which is added, 
A Treatise of Honour, Military and 
Civil, etc., by Capt. John Logan. Lond. 
1679. fol. Another edition, 1724, fol. 

A Letter of a Gentleman to Ms Friend ; 
shewing. That the BishojDS are not to 
be Judges in Parliament in Capital 
Cases. Denzil, Lord Hollis. 1679, 8°- 

A Rejoinder to the Reply concerning the 
Peers, and Jurisdiction of the Lords 
Spiritual in Parliament. 1679, fol. 



Heealdic Treatises. 



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The Grand Question, Concerning the 
Bishops' Right to Vote in Parliament 
in Cases Capital, Stated and Argued, 
from the Parliament-Kolls, and the 
History of former times. With Enquiry 
into their Peerage, and the Three 
Estates in Parliament, by Edward 
Stillingfleet. London, 1680, 8«' 

The Eights of the Bishops to Judge in 
Capital Cases in Parliament, cleared. 
Being a full Answer to Two Books 
lately published ; the first entituled, A 
Letter from a Gentleman to his friend^ 
^c. The other, A Discourse of the 
^Peerage and Jurisdiction of the Lords 
SpiritualinJParliament; Endeavouring 
to shew the Contrary. London, 1680, 
8"- 

Two Treatises ; the first proving, both by 
History and Eecords, that the Bishops 
are a Fundamental and Essential part 
of our English Parliament ; the second, 
that they may be Judges in Capital 
Cases, by Laurence Womoc. 1680, fol. 

The Science of Herauldry, Treated as a 
part of the Civil Law, and Law of 
Nations : Wherein Reasons are given 
for its Principles, and Etymologies for 
its harder Terms, by Sir G-. Mackenzie, 
Edinburgh, 1680, fol. 

Observations upon the Laws and Customs 
of Nations as to Precedency, by Sir 
Geo. Mackenzie. Edinburgh, 1680, 
fol. 

Origine des ornemens des armoiries, par 
Claude Francois Menestrier. Paris et 
Lyon, 1680, 12'^- 

Les Nobles dans les Tribunaux, traite de 
Droit, enrichi de plusieurs curiositez 
utiles de I'Histoire et du Blazon, par H. 
F. De Malte. Liege, 1680, fol. 

The Right of Primogeniture in Succession 
to the Kingdoms of England, Scotland, 
and Ireland, by Will. Laurence. London, 
1681, 4P' 

Traite de I'origin des noms et des sur- 
noms, avec les noms des fondateurs de 
grand nombre de communautez, etc., 
par G. A. de La Roque. Paris, 1681, 
120- 

Les Diverses especes de Noblesse et les 
manieres d'en dresser les pfeuves, par C. 
F. Menestrier, Paris, 1681, 12o- 
Another edition, Paris, 1683, 12o- 



Abrege Methodique des principes 
heraldiques, ou du Veritable Art du 
Blason, par C. F. Menestrier. Lyon, 
1665, 8^- Another edition, Lyon, 

1681, 120- 

The antient Usage in bearing of such 
Ensigns of Honour as are commonly 
called Arms. With a Catalogue of the 
present Nobility of England. To which 
is added a Catalogue of the present 
Nobility of Scotland and Ireland, &c., 
by Sir William Dugdale. Oxford, 
1682,80- Second edition, Oxf. 1682, fol. 

Rights of the Kingdom : or Customs of 
our Ancestors, Touching the Duty, 
Power, Election, or Succession of our 
Kings and Parliaments, our true 
Liberty, due Allegiance, three Estates, 
their Legislative Power, Original, 
Judicial, and Executive ; with the 
Militia. Freely discussed through the 
British, Saxon, Norman Laws and 
Histories. London, 1682, 4P- 

Lntroductio ad Latinam Blasaniam. An 
Essay to a more Correct Blason in 
Latine than formerly hath been used. 
Collected out of approved Modern 
Authors, and describing the Arms of 
all the Kingdoms of Europe, and of 
many of the greatest Princes and 
Potentates thereof : together with 
many other Illustrious and Ancient 
Houses both of England and other 
Countries, by John Gibbon. London, 

1682, 8o- 

An Argument for the Bishops Right in 
Judging in Capital Cases in Parliament, 
etc., Bj Thomas Hunt. London, 1682, 
80- 

Hollis' Remains ; being a Second Letter 
to a Friend concerning the Judicature 
of the Bishops in Parliament, in Vindi- 
cation of what he wrote in his first, and 
in Answer to The Bights of the Bishops 
to Judge in Capital Cases in Parlia- 
ment cleared^ Sfc.^ Sfc. By Denzil, 
Lord Hollis, 1682, 8'^- 

De la Chevalerie ancienne et moderne, par 
Claude Francois Menestrier. Paris, 

1683, 12«- 

Le Blason de la Noblesse, ou les preuves 
de noblesse de toutes les nations de 
I'Europe, par C. F. Menestrier. Paris, 
1683. 120- 



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Heraldic Treatises. 



An Essay to Heraldry ; in two parts. 
The first containing (in a concise bat 
methodical method, by rules and expla- 
nations of bearings) the Body of 
Heraldry: The second, Honour Civil 
and Military : Being a Treatise of the 
Nobility and Grentry of England, as to 
their Priviledges, Dignities, etc., by R. 
Blome. London, 1684, 8'^- 

A Discourse of Monarchy ; more particu- 
larly of the Imperial Crowns of England, 
Scotland, and Ireland, with a Close 
from the whole, as relates to the 
Succession of James, Duke of York. 
London, 1684. 

La Science la I'Homme de qualite, par 
D. George Ponza. Turin, 1684, 4'^- 

The Prerogative of Primogeniture : shew- 
ing that the Right of Succession to an 
Hereditary Crown depends not upon 
Grace, Keligion, &c., but only upon 
Birth-Kight and Primogeniture, by 
David Jenner* London, 1685, 8"- 

A Treatise enumerating the most illus- 
trious Families of England who have 
been raised to honour and wealth by 
the profession of the Law, with the 
names of all the Lords Chief Justices, 
and Barons of the Exchequer. 1686, 
80- 

Theses des Principes du Blason, par Jean 
Jacques Sturm. AM. 1690, 4°- 
Another edition, 1719, 4^- 

La science de la Noblesse ou la nouvelle 
methode du blason, augmentee des 
principales families des Pais-Bas, 
d'Hollande, d'Allemagne, d'ltalie et 
d'Espagne, par C. F. Menestrier. Paris, 
1691, 12'^- 

L'Art du Blason ou la Science des Nobles, 
par De La Feuille. Amsterdam, 1695, 
40. 

La nouvelle methode raisonnee du blason, 
par Claude Francois Menestrier. Lyon, 
1696, 12'^- Other editions in 1701, 
1718, 1728, 1754, 1761. 

The True and Ancient Jurisdiction of the 
House of Peers, by Sir liobert Atkyns. 
1699, fol. 

A Treatise concerning the Nobilitie 
according to ye Lawe of England, by 
Jervis. MS. 17th century, belonging 
to Arthur Vicars, Esq., F.S.A. Vicarage 
Library, Clyde Road, Dublin. 



Observations concerning the Nobilitie of 
England, auncient and moderne. MS, 
17th century. In the possession of 
the Marquis of Ripon, at Studley 
Royal, Co. York. 

Treatise of Honour, by Tho. St. George, 
17th cent. Brit. 'Mus., Harl MS. 
4145. 

Of Knights and Matters incident to the 
Degree of Knighthood according to the 
Laws of England, 17th cent. Brit. 
Mus. Harg. MS. 325. 

A Treatise concerning: the Privileo:es of 
the Nobility and Gentry, according to 
the Laws of England, 17th century. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 38. 

Observations and Notes, taken outt of Sr 
John Fiene's Booke of noblenesse or 
gentry, and of armes, by William 
Godfrey, of Co. Lincoln, 17th century. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 30,947. 

The Blason of Armorye, written for Sir 
Edward Stanhope. Brit. Mus. Lans. 
MS. 883. Another by Sir Hamond 
L'Estrange, Harl. MS. 168. 17th 
century. 

Jus Primogeniti ; or The Dignity, Right, 
and Priviledge of the First-born, 
inquisited and defended against the 
impious practice of some Fathers, in 
disinheriting their first^begotten sons. 
London, no date. 

Treatises on Heraldry and Arms, in 
Latin. 15th to 18th centuries. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 28,791. 

Methode tres facile pour apprendre le 
Blason ; dediee a M. le Marquis de 
Blaru ; 18th century. The arms are in 
colours. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
16,994. 

De Successionihus apud Anglos; or, a 
Treatise of Hereditary Descents : 
shewing the Rise, Progress, and Suc- 
cessive Alterations thereof. And also. 
The Laws of Descent, as they are now 
in use, with a scheme of Pedigrees ; 
and the Degrees of Parentage and 
Consanguinity, by Sir Matthew Hale. 
London, 1700, 8*^* 

Traite de la Noblesse et de son origine, 
suivant les prejugez rendus par les 
Commissaires deputez pour la verifica- 
tion des Titres de Noblesse. Par A. 
Belleguise. Paris, 1700, 12"- 



HeealdIc Treatises. 



81 



The Privileges of the House of Lords and 
Commons Argued and Stated, in Two 
Conferences between both Houses, 
April 19th and 22nd, 1671. To which 
^ is added a Discourse, wherein the Rights 

of the House of Lords are truly asserted, 
by the Right Hon. Arthur, Earl of 
Anglesey. London, 1702, 8°- 

Curia Militarls ; or a Treatise of the 
Court of Chivalry ; in three books. 1. 
Concerning the Court itself, its Judges 
and Officers. 2. Of its Jurisdiction, 
and Causes there determinable. 3. Of 
the Process and proceeding therein, by 
John Anstis. With an introduction 
ascribed to Mr. Camden. London, 
1702, 8"- 

An Essay on Additional Figures and 
Marks of Cadency. Shewing the 
Ancient and Modern Practice of differ- 
encing Descendants in This and other 
Nations, more fully and exactly, than 
any thing hitherto published upon this 
part of Heraldry, by Alex. Nisbet. 
Edinburgh, 1702, 8'^- 

Privilegia Magnatum apud Anglos ; or, 
a Declaration of the divers and sundry 
Preheminencies of Privileges, allowed 
by the laws and customs of England, 
unto the First-Born among her 
Majesty's Subjects, The Temporal 
Lords of Parliament. Together with 
Notes upon most of those Privileges, 
as also several Remarks relating to our 
Temporal Peerage by way of Introduc- 
tion, by John Brydall. London, 1704, 
fol. 

Traite des Recherches curieuses du Blason. 
Bibliotheque curieuse et instructive, 
par Claude Francois Menestrier. Paris, 
1704, 12«- 

Observations upon the Inconveniences 
that have attended the frequent Pro- 
motions to Titles of Honour and 
Dignity since King James came to the 
Crown of England. See Historical 
Di.wourses, by Sir Edward Walker, Knt. 
Garter Principal King of Arms. Lon- 
don, 1705, fol. 

Traite de la noblesse et de ses differentes 
especes, de son origine, du gentilhomme 
de nom et d'armes, par Gr. A»La Roque. 
Paris, 1678, 4<'- Other editions. Rouen, 
1710, 4P- Rouen, 1734, 4° 



A Treatise concerning armes, and other 
precepts and rules necessary to be 
known by the nobilitie and gentrie of 
England. " Charles Mawsen ejus Liber, 
1713." MS. belonging to the Marquis 
of Bute, Eccleston Square, London. 

The Crisis, or a Discourse representing 
from the most authentic Records, The 
Just Causes of the late Happy 
Revolution, and the several Settlements 
of the Crowns of England and Scotland 
on her Majesty, and on the demise of 
her Majesty without Issue, upon the 
most Illustrious Dowager of Hanover, 
and the heirs of her body, being 
Protestants, etc., by Richard Steele. 
London, 1714, 4^- 

The Publick Spirit of the Whigs ; set 
forth in their generous encouragement 
of the Author of The Crisis; with 
some observations on the Seasonableness, 
Candor, Erudition, and Style of that 
Treatise. [Attributed to Lord 
Bolingbroke and Dean Swift.] London, 
1714, 4«' 

Les Principes du Blazon : ou Ton explique 
toutes les regies et tons les termes de 

cette science, par Dangeau. Paris, 1715, 

40. 

An Argument proving that the Design of 
Employing and Enobling Foreigners, 
Is a Treasonable Conspiracy against the 
Constitution, Dangerous to the King- 
dom, an Affront to the Nobility of 
Scotland in particular, and Dishonour- 
able to the Peerage of Britain in 
general. London, 1717, 12"- 

An Essay on the Ancient and Modern 
Use of Armories ; shewing their 
Origin, Definition, and Division of 
them into their several Species. The 
Method of Composing them and 
Marshalling many Coats together in 
One Shield. Illustrated by many 
Examples and Sculptures of the 
Armorial Ensigns of Noble Families in 
This and other Nations, by Alexander 
Nisbet. Edin. 1718, 4"- 

An Historical and Critical Essay on the 
True Rise of Nobility, Political and 
Civil, from the first Ages of the 
World, thro' the Jewish, Grecian, 
Roman Commonwealths, &c., down to 



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Heealdic Treatises. 



this present time. To which is annexed, 
The Order of Precedency. London, 
1718, 8«- 

Lex Constltutlonis ; or, The Gentleman's 
Law ; being a complete Treatise of all 
the Laws and Statutes relating to the 
King and Prerogative of the Crown, 
Nobility, Houses of Lords and 
Commons, &c., with the Manner of 
passing Bills in both Houses, by Giles 
Jacob. London, 1719, 8«- 

Of the several Degrees of Gentry and 
their Precedency ; with the Antiquity 
and Usefulness of Arms. London, 
1719, 16-^- 

A Collection of curious Discourses, 
written by eminent Antiquaries and 
now first published chiefly for the 
use and service of the young Nobility 
and Gentry of England, by Thomas 
Heame. 2 Yols. Oxon, 1720, 8«- 
Another edition, Lond. 1720, S*^- [In 
this collection are several original essays 
relative to heraldic subjects, viz., the 
Antiquity of Arms ; Knights made by 
Abbots ; office of Heralds, etc.] 

Historical and Critical Essay on the true 
Kise of Nobility, political and Civil. 
[Rev John Randall.] 2 vols. Lond., 
1720. 8°- 

A Discourse upon certain Points touching 
the Inheritance of the Crown, conceived 
by Sir Anthony Brown and Answered 
by Sir Nicholas Bacon. By Nathaniel 
Booth, Esq. London, 1722. 

An Historical and Chronological Treatise 
of the Anointing and Coronation of the 
Kings and Queens of France, from 
Clovis I. to the present King ; and of 
all the Sovereign Princes of Europe. 
To which is added, an Exact Relation 
of the Ceremony of the Coronation of 
Louis XV., by M. Menin. Lond. 

1723, 8'^- 

Notitia Anglicana, shewing the Atchieve- 
ments of all the English Nobility, their 
several Quarterings or Pretensions, the 
Arms of the most eminent Families in 
Great Britain ; a concise Essay upon 
the Nature, Rise, and Intent of Arms 
and Armory, by Mr Gardiner. 2 vols. 

1724, SO- 



Introduction a la science du blason, avec 
les armoiries des Souverains de 1' Europe, 
etc., par D. J. W. Triers. Leip. 1729, 
8«- 

Les elemens de 1' histoire, par L' Abbe 
de Vallemont. 5th edition. 4 vols. 
Paris, 1729, 12'>- [Le 4« volume 
contient un traite du blason avec plus 
de 230 armoiries gravees.] 

Einleitung zur Heraldik, von Jungendres. 
Niirn- 1729, 8«- 

Essais sur la Noblesse de France, par C. 
de BoullainvilHers. Amst. 1732, 8° 

Proceedings, Precedents, and Arguments, 
on claims and Controversies concerning 
Baronies by Writ, and other Honours. 
With an Appendix, by Arthur Collins. 
Lond. 1734, fol. 

A Treatise concerning Dignities, Titles, 
Offices, etc., granted by Kings of 
England, for the Honour and Mainten- 
ance of their Eldest Sons, etc. London, 
1737, 4P- 

La science de la jeune noblesse. Par 
Duchesne. 2 vols. Paris, 1739 12°- 

ReichsErz-Schild-Herrn-Amt, by Schwarz. 
Treatise on the office of Shield-hearer^ 
at the Court of the Emperor of 
Germany. Altdorff, 1739, 4P- 

An History of Land-Honours and 
Baronies, and of Tenure in Capite^ by 
T. Madox. Lond. 1741, fol. 

The Advantages of the Hanover Succession, 
and English Ingratitude, freely and 
impartially considered and examined. 
London, 1744, 8«- 

Essays upon several Subjects, concerning 
British Antiquities, by Henry Home. 
Edinburgh, 1747, 8'^- [The subjects 
of these essays are — The Feudal Law, 
the Constitution of Parliament, Honour 
and Dignity, Succession and Descent, 
and the hereditary and indefeasible 
Rights of Kings.] 

The Art of blasonry {hi German), by 
Paul Reinhard. Nuremberg, 1747, 8"- 

Livre du Blazon, contenav-t une ample 
Explication des Metaux et Couleurs, 
etc. Paris, 174D, lol. 

The Decree and Establishment of the 
Kings Maiestie, upon a controuersie of 
Precedence, betweene the younger 
sonnes of Viscounts and Barons, and 



Heualdic Treatises . 



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the Baronets ; And touching some other 
points also concerning, aswell Bannerets, 
as the said Baronets. Lord Somers's 
Tracts, 3rd collection, vol. 1. London, 
1751, 4«- 

Histoire de la Pairie de France et du 
Parlement de Paris, ou Ton traite aussi 
des Electeurs de I'Empire et du 
Cardinalat ; par M. D. B. On y a joint 
des Traites touchant les Pairies 
d'Angleterre, et I'origine des Grands 
d'Espagne, Par Jean le Laboureur. 2 
vols. Londres, 1753, 12'*- 

The Analysis of Nobility in its Origin ; 
as Military, Mercantile, and Literary, 
Proofs, Privileges, Duties, Acquisition, 
and Forfeiture thereof. Interspersed 
with several curious Monuments of 
History, relating to Laws of Chivalry, 
Creations, Degradations, Jousts, Tour- 
naments, Combats, &c. Translated from 
the original German of Baron Von 
Lowhen. With Notes collected from 
the best English Antiquaries, and other 
authors. London, 1754, S^- 

Traite historique et moral du blason, par 
Dupuv-Demportes. 2 vols. Paris, 
1754,'^12o- 

L'Arte del Blasone, etc. By Marco 
Antonio, . Conte, Ginanni. Venezia, 
1756, 4'^- 

Nouvelle Methode raisonee du Blason, ou 
de I'art Heraldique du P. Menestrier, 
mise dans un meilleur ordre & 
augmentee de toutes les connoissances 
relatives a cette science, par M. L^^-"^ 
(Lemoyne). Lyon, 1770, 8"- Another 
edition, Lyon, 1780, 12«- 

The Antiquity and Office of the Constable 
of England, by several authors. See 
" A Collection of Curious Discourses," 
by Thos. Hearne, vol. ii. London, 
1771, 8«- 

The Antiquity, Authority and Succession 
of the High Steward of England, by 
several authors. See " A Collection of 
Curious Discourses," by Thos. Hearne. 
vol. ii. London, 1771, 8^- 

Treatises on the Offices of High Steward, 
Constable and Marshal of England, etc., 
with Papers respecting Duels, and 
Tracts on the Office of ArinB. Brit. 
Mus. Cott. MS., Titus, C. I._ 

Miscellaneous Collections relating to the 
offices of Lord High Constable, Lord 



High Steward, and Earl Marshall. 
Stowe, MS., 418. 'Brit. Mus. 

Letters to a Peer, concerning the Honour 
of Earl-Marshall, by J. Anstis. London, 
1706, 8«- 

A Short Enquiry into the Nature of the 
Titles conferred at Portsmouth by His 
Majesty, August, 1773, showing the 
Origin and Ancient Privileges of 
Knights Banneret. London, 1773, 
8«- 

A short Enquiry into the nature of the 
titles conferred at Portsmouth, and in 
the Camps, by his Majesty in 1773, 
and 1778 ; shewing the origin and 
ancient privileges of Knights Banneret. 
[By Sir Wm. Fitzherbert.] 2nd 
edition, London, 1779, 8°- 

Remarks on British Antiquities (Judicial 
Combats, Ancient Writs, Ancient and 
Modern Use of Armorial Bearings, 
Form of Funeral Service, etc.) By 
W. Borthwick. Edin. 1776, 8«- 

The origin of the distinction of ranks, by 
John Millar. London, 1779, 8o- 

The Origin of the Distinction of Ranks, 
by J. Millar. Basil, 1793, 8"- A 
French translation of the 2nd edition. 

Precedency. By Joseph Edmondson, 
Mowbray Herald, London, 1780, 12«- 
2nd edition, London, 1785. 12°- 

Ralph Brooke, York Herald, his Answer 
and Opinion to the Question of the 
Lord Maiors, Knights and Aldermen of 
London for Precedency above ancienter 
Knights than themselves, not Alder- 
men of London, etc. See Gutch's 
Collectanea Curiosa. vol 1. Oxford, 
1781, 8°- 

An enquiry into the origin and manner of 
creating Peers, by Richard West. 
London, 1782, S"^- 

Origin, Progress, and Present State of 
the Peerage of England, by John 
Fielding. Lond., 1782, 12«- 

Treatise on Ancient Armour, by Francis 
Grose. Lond., 1786, 4°- 
Amst., 1773, 12o- 

Inquiry into the Origin and Progress of 
Heraldry in England, by James Dalla- 
way. 1793. 8«- 

Abuses committed by Painters, and 
others, to the prejudice of the Officers 
of Arms, by William Smith, Rouge 
Dragon. Dedicated to Lord Burghley. 



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Heraldic Teeatises. 



Inscribed " Liber Petri le Neve alias 
Norroy, A.D. 1794." MS. Lamport 
Hall, Co. Northamptc^. 
Two Letters of the Origin, Antiquity, and 
History of Norman Tiles, stained with 
Armorial Bearings, by J. H. Major. 
London, 1794, 8«- 
A Treatise on French Heraldry, etc., with 
emblazoned Coats of Arms. MS. 18th 
century, belonging to Arthur Vicars, 
Esq., F.S.A. Vicarage Library, Clyde 
Road, Dublin. 
Book of Ranks and Dignities of British 

Society. London, 1805, S^- 
The Origin of the Distinction of Ranks ; 
or, an Inquiry into [the Circumstances 
which gave rise to Influence and 
Authority in the different Members of 
Society, by John Millar. Fourth 
edition, Edinburgh, 1806, S^- 
An introduction to Heraldry, containing 
the Rudiments of the Science in general 
and other necessary particulars con- 
nected with the subject, by William 
Berry. London, 1810, 8«- 
A Treatise on the origin and nature of 
Dignities or Titles of Honour ; con- 
taining all the Cases of Peerage, with 
the mode of proceeding in Claims of 
this kind, by William Cruise. London, 
1810, 8o- Second edition, London 
1823, S"^- 
The antient Usage in bearing of such 
Ensigns of Honour as are commonly 
called Arms by Sir Wm. Dugdale, 
Knt. With additions, containing a 
short Introduction to the Science of 
Heraldry, and Art of Emblazonry. 
Whereto is superadded Honores 
Anglicani ; or, Titles of Honour of the 
English Nobility, by T. C. Banks, Esq. 
London, 1811, fol, 
Observations respecting Precedence, and 
some of the Distinctions of Rank, by 
Thomas Brydson. Edin, 1812, l^'^- 
An historical and critical Enquiry into 
the Nature of the Kingly office, and 
how far the act of coronation, with tha 
oath established by law, is a solemnity 
indispensible to the exercise of the Regal 
dignitv, by Sir Thos. C. Banks. London, 
1814, 8«- Another edition, 1826, 8°- 
Manuel heraldique ou Clef de I'art du 
Blason, par Foulque Delanos, Limoges, 
. 1816, S''- 



The Round Table. The Order and 
Solemnities of Crowning the King, and 
the Dignities of his Peerage. With 
remarks in vindication of both. London, 
1820, 8«- 

The Glory of Regality ; an Historical 
Treatise of the Anointing and Crowning 
of the Kings and Queens of England, 
by Arthur Taylor. London, 1820, 8o- 

Essai sur les Noms d'Hommes, de Peuples 
et de Lieux, par Eusebe Salverte. 2 vols. 
Paris, 1824, 8«- 

An introduction to the knowledge of 
English heraldry, by Joseph Hunter, 
1827. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 24,478. 

Notes relating to the Office of Heralds, by 
Joseph Hunter, 19th century. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 24,480. 

An Enquiry into the place and quality of 
the Gentlemen of His Majesty's Most 
Honourable Privy Chamber, by N. 
Carlisle. London, 1829, 8°- 

Disquisition on the Right of Jurisdiction 
in the Peerage Successions, particularly 
the Peerage of Scotland, by Sir T. C. 
Banks. 1830, 8«- 

The Art of explaining the Origin and 
Use of Armorial Bearings. London, 
1834, 120- 

Science of Archery, shewing its affinity 
to Heraldry and capability of Attain- 
ment, by A. P. Harrison. 1834, 8«- 

A Treatise on the Law of Adulterine 
Bastardy, with a Report of the Ban- 
bury Case, etc., by Sir N. H. Nicolas. 
London, 1836, 8o- 

On the Nobility of the Briti&h Gentr}^ 
or the Political Ranks and Dignities of 
the British Empire compared with 
those on the Continent by Sir James 
Lawrence. Lond. 1824, S""- Other 
editions in 1825, 1828, 1840. 
The Rights of Heirship ; or the Doctrine 
of Descents and Consanguinity, etc., by 
H. S, Causton. London, 1842, 8«' 
Riddell's Law and Practice in Scottish 
Peerages. 2 vols. Edinburgh, 1842, 

Plain Hints for understanding the 
Genealogy and Armorial Bearings of 
England, etc., by Archibald Barrington. 
London, 1843, 8" 

Lectures on Heraldry, in which the 
Principles of the Science are familiarly 
explained, and its application shewed 



Heraldic Treatises. 



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to History and Architecture, by 

Archibald Barrington. London, 1844, 

8'^- 
Armorial Universal : precede d'un Traite 

complet de la science du Blason ; et 

suivi d'un Supplement, par Jouffroy 

d'Eschavannes. 2 vols. Paris, 1844, 

1848, 8«- 
Science des Armoiries, par M. de Magny. 

Paris, 1845, 4'^- 
A Paper on Heraldry, by Mr Partridge. 

See Athenceum. Aug. 1847, p. 915. 
Histoire du blason et science des armoiries, 

par P. Eysenbaeh. Tours, 1848, 8«- 
Inquiry into the E-ise and Growth of the 

lloyal Prerogative in England, by J. 

Allen, A new edition by B. Thorpe. 

London, 1849, 8«- 
Order of Precedences, with Authorities 

and remarks, by Sir Charles George 

Young. London, 1851, 8'^- Privately 

printed. 
The Pursuivant of Arms : or Heraldry 

founded upon Facts, by James Robinson 

Planche. London, 1852, 8«- 2nd 

edition, 1859 ; 3rd edition, 1874. 
The True Use of Arms : reprinted from 

the original edition 1592, by W. 

Wyrley. London, 1853, S''- 
L'Art de composer les livrees au milieu 

du XIX® siecle d'apres les principes de 

la science heraldique. Par De Saint- 

Epain. Paris, 1853, 8'^- 
A Plea for the Antiquity of Heraldry, 

with an attempt to expound its theory 

and elucidate its history, by Wm. 

Smith Ellis. London, 1853, 8'^- 
Nouveau Manuel complet du Blason, etc. 

(Manuels-Roret). Par. J. F. Jules 

Pautet du Parois. Paris, 1854, IS^- 
Nouveau traite historique et archeologique 

de la vraie et parfaite science des 

armoiries, par Marquis de Magny. 2 

vols. Paris, 1856, 4o- 
Usages of Knighthood, by F. Kottenkamp. 

London, 1857. 
La Science du blason, accompagnee d'un 

armorial general des families nobles de 

I'Europe, par Vicomte de Magny. Paris, 

1858, 8«- 
Treatise on Heraldry, by J. F. Y. Mogg. 

London, 1858, 8"- • 

Essay of Heraldry, by J. F. Y. Mogg. 

New edition, London, 1859, 12«- 
La Science des Armoiries, par W. Maigne. 

Paris, 1860, Vl^- 



Abrege methodique de la science des 

armoiries, suivi d'un glossaire des 

attributs heraldiques, par W. Maigne. 

Paris, 1860, 12«- 
Le Blason des Couleurs, par Hippolyte 

Cocheris. Paris, 1860, 8°- 
The Law and Practice of Heraldry in 

Scotland, by George Seton. Edinburgh, 

1863 8^- 
Nouveau Traite de Blason, 'ou science des 

armoiries mise a la portee des gens du 

monde et des artistes, d'apres le P. 

Menestrier, D'Hozier, Segoiug, Palliot, 

etc., 460 blasons, 800 noms de famille, 

par Victor Bouton. Paris, 1853, 8*^- 
Archeologie heraldique. Le Roy d'Armes, 

etc., par C. D. de Magny, Marquis. 

Florence, 1867, 4o- 
A Dissertation on the History of 

Hereditary Dignities, etc., with special 

reference to the Case of the Earldom 

of Wilts, by W. F. Finlason. London, 

1869, 8'^- 
The Science of Heraldry : with a practical 

introduction thereto, by R. Willis. 

London. 1872, o- 
Traite de I'Art Heraldique, etc., par 

Victor Bouton. Paris, 1873, 12o- 
Genealogies. An Essay. London, 1876, 
8«- 
Art, heraldique, etc., par Le Beffroi. 4 

vols. Bruges, 1863—76, 4"- 
Le Debat des Herauts d'Armes de France 

et d'Angleterre, by John Coke, edition 

commencee par Leopold Pannier. Paris, 

1877, 8« 
On the Laws of Arms, chiefly in connection 

with changes of Name, a Lecture bv 

Edw. Bellasis. Lond. 1880, fol. 
La Science des Armoiries, avec Gravures 

dans le texte, par Bachelin-Deflorenne. 

Paris, 1880, 8'^'- 
Traite complet de la science du blason, par 

Jouffroy d'Eschavannes. Paris, 1880, 

80. 

The Book of Precedence, by Sir J. Bernard 

Burke. London, 1881, 8°- 
Die Reichersberger Felide und das 

Nibelungenlied. Eine genealogische 

Studie, von F. X. Woeber. Meran, 

1885, 8'^- 
The Kinship of Men, an argument from 

Pedigrees or Genealogy viewed as a 

Science, by Henry Kendall. London, 

1888, 80- 



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Heraldic Tbeatises. 



'' The Probationer hys fyrste Assaye in 
the mystery es of Armorye." " The 
Probationer's second Day's Discourse, 
of the Dignity of the Shielde and of 
Creastes." Brit. Mus., Harl. MSS. 
5836—5838. 

A Discourse concerning the Prerogative 
of the Crown. Apparenthj in the 
handwriting of William Camden. 
Stowe MS. 209. Brit. Mus. 

A short historical account of such marks 
and ensignes of honour as are commonlj^ 
called Armes, &c., thereunto are added 
certain briefe observations toucliing the 
Antiquitie of Heralds, &c. Stowe MS. 
529, Brit. Mus. 

The Boke of Noblenes, that sheweth how 
many Sortes and Kyndes there is ; and 
specially to those whiche do folowe and 
vse the Tryne and Estate of Warre ; 
translated out of Laten into Frenche, 
and now in Englisshe, by me John 
Larke. E. Wyer, no date, 12''- 

A Treatise of the Nobility of this Realm, 
according to the Law, Avith the Pedigrees 
of many Noble Families. Brit. Mus. 
Sloan MS. 1429. ^ 

The etymology, origin, and history of all 
English titles of honour from the most 
approved records and authorities, 17th 
century. Stowe MS. 4-13. Brit. Mus. 

Orders and Statutes for placing of all 
noble Estates, with their Arms coloured, 
bv John Typtofte. Brit. Mus., Harl. 
MS. 6079. 

The Book of Precedence of all Estates, 
and placing to their degrees, Stowe 
MS. 275. Brit. Mus. 

On the Precedency of Peers, by Lord 
Chancellor Truro. No date, 8"- 50 
copies only printed for private friends. 

Baronies by Writ. Brit. Mus. Harl. 
MS. 5019. 

Precedents of Baronyes by Wryttte, 
descending with the landes to the heirs 
males, and not to the heirs females. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 566. 

A Treatise describing Baronies and 
Dignities. [This treatise is about the 
baronies of Abergavenny and Grrey.] 
MS. Wrest Park, Beds. 

On privileges of baronage, nobility, 
knights, and knighthood, bv John 
Selden. MS. E. Trinity ^College 
Dublin. 



On the Office of Armes, by Robert Glover. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 6591. 

Treatise of the institution of Officers of 
Arms, by Julius Caesar. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MSS. 28549, f. 54 ; 29901, f. 40. 

Of the antiquity and duty of heralds and 
the several officers relating thereto. 
Brit. Mus. Cott. MS. Faust. E. ii. 

A Discourse of Arms, by Francis Thinne, 
Lancaster Herald. Brit. Mus. Harl. 
MS. 6591. 

Of the Antiquity of arms in England. 
Brit. Mus. Cott. MS. Faust E. Y.^f. 7L 

A Treatise on Heraldry and Arms ; and a 
Discourse concerning the Office of Arms, 
by Sir William Segar. Brit. Mus ; 
Add. MS. 8933. 

A Treatise of Heraldry and Royal cere- 
monies by Henry Lilly. " The originall 
of Herehawghtes." brit. Mus. Harl. 
MS. 6079. 

Antiquites de I'Art Heraldique. Pv J. 
Thorold. Yarmouth' n.d. 12"- 

Rudiments of the Arte of Armorye, by 
John Gwillim. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
26,680. 

Blason d'Armoiries, contenant une 
Instruction generale, et brefve methode 
pour apprendre facilement la vraye 
intelligence dicelles, avec les differences 
des Couronnes, Tymbres, Lambrequins, 
Cimiers, supportz ou tenans, Ordre de 
Chevaleries, &c., 1629. Brit Mus, Harl. 
MS. 4038, 

Tractatus de insigniis et armis pingendis, 
by Bartoli a Saxoferrato. Brit Mus. 
MSS. Cott. Nero- A. tii, Arundel 489, 
Harl. 6149, Add. 28791. 

Treatise on heraldic colours, the creation 
of dignities, the ordering of battles, etc. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 28549. 

The Courtier's Academic, comprehending 
seven several dayes Discourses ; wherein 
be discussed seven noble and important 
arguments, worthy of all gentlemen to 
be perused : 1, of Beautie ; 2, of 
Humane Love ; 3, of Honour ; 4, of 
Combate and single fight ; 5, of 
Nobilitie ; 6, of Riches ; 7, of Prece- 
dence of Letters or Armes, by Count 
Haniball Romei, and translated into 
English by J. K. London, n,d., 4°- 



Heraldic Teeatis^s. 



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Kemarks on the Origin and Usage of 
Arms, the Ensigns Armorial of Foreign 
Nations, and Antiquity of the Eojal 
Arms of England, by Martin Leake. 



Origin of the Armorial Searings of the 
Cross and five Crescents, the Mermaid, 
etc., borne by Efys and others, by W. 
S. Ellis. No date, S''- 



Iwatorg. 



Class-Catalogue of Manuscripts relating 

to Heraldiy and Genealogy in the 

British Museum. 6 vols. fol. Not 

published. 
Catalogue of Books of Heraldry, by John 

Bagford. Brit. Mus. Sloan, MS, 

885, p. 142. 
Ancient Heraldic and Antiquarian Tracts, 

bv Sir James Balfour. Edinburgh, 

1837, 4''- [Only 70 copies printed.] 
Tracts relating to Heraldry, 17th century. 

By Francis Thynne, Lancaster Herald. 

Brit. Mus. MSS. Lans. 254, 255 ; Cott. 

Tit. C. 1. 
Heraldic Collections, the greatest part of 

which formerly belonged to Sir John 

Paston, Knight, in the reign of Edw. 

IV. Brit. Mus. Lans. MS. 285. 
Heraldic Collections, chiefly of the time 

of Henry YIII, and Elizabeth. Brit. 

Mus. Cott. MS. Tiber. E. VIII. 
Heraldic, Genealogical, and Historical 

Collections, by John Anstis, Garter. 

Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 14291. 
Collection of .ipapers, etc. relating to 

Heraldry, by Wm. Camden. I7th 
century. Brit. Mus. Cott. MS. Faust, 

E, 1. 
Heraldical Collections, by Eobert Glover. 

Brit. Mus. Lans. MS. 872. 
Eobert Glover's Heraldic Collections, 2 

vols, folio. College of Arms. 
Transcript of Glover's Heraldic Collections, 

by W. Smith, Eougedragon, A.D. 1600. 

Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 245. 
Heraldic Collections by St, George and 

Lily, in the possession of the Earl of 

Egmont, at St James' Place. 
Heraldical Collections of William Penson, 

Chester-Herald, 17th cent. Brit. Mus. 

Harl. MS. 1107. 



A Collection of Heraldry, ancient and 
modern ; relating chiefly to the Nobility 
and Gentry of Great Britain : Inter- 
spersed with various Histories tending 
to an Illustration of the same ; 18th 
century, three volumes. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MSS. 25,139—25,141. 

The Heraldic Calender. By WiUiam 
Skey. 1846. 

Fac Simile of an ancient Heraldic Manu- 
script, emblazoned by Sir David 
Lyndsay. Edin. 1822, fol. 

Fac Simile of an ancient heraldic manu- 
script emblazoned by Sir David Lyndsay, 
1542. Edited by David Laing. "^ Edin. 
1878, fol. [Fifty copies only printed.] 

An Abridgment of Heraldry, or a very 
plain and^easy way for the ready under- 
standing of that Art. And for com- 
pleating the same, here is added forty 
Crests, being of great use for such as 
study the art. London n. d. single 
sheet. 

Heraldic Alphabet. — Ein sonderliches 
Alphabeth Durchb. Wapen vor Standes 
undandere Kinder, etc., von C. Matthaeo. 
Berlin, 1708, 4''- 

Heraldisches A. B. C. Buch, von Dr. Karl 
Eitter von Mayer. Miinchen, 1857, 8°' 

Heraldisches Alphabet, von A. M, 
Hildebrandt. Frankfurt, 1884, 4^- 

Historical Anecdotes of Heraldry and 
Chivalry, tending to shew the Origin 
of Many English and Foreign Coats of 
Arms, Circumstances and Customs. 
Illustrated with engravings. By Mrs. 

Susannah Dobson. Worcester, 17#5, 

40. ^ ^ L> 

Anecdotes of Heraldry. In which is set 
forth the origin of the armorial bearings 
of many families, by Chas. Norton 
Elvin. "^London, 1864, S^- 



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Heraldht. 



A book of such Beasts, as are most useful 
for drawing, graving, or Armes-painting 
and chaseing, designed by F, Barlow, 
and engraved by William Vaughan, 

1664. 'JiM'^ ^ J^^..t,*v- O^A-'vxetira/t./^. 

Les Animaux ' du Rlason Croquis 
Drolatiques, par Godef roy de Crollalanza. 
Pise, 1880, 12«- 

Heraldic Anomalies i or Rank Confusion 
in the Order of Precedence, by Arch- 
deacon E. Nares. 2 vols. London, 1823, 
8"- Another edition, 1824. 

Heraldic Antiquities, by Thomas Willi- 
ment. Brit. Mus. Not published. 

A plea for Ihe Antiquity of Heraldry, 
etc., by W. S. Ellis. London, 1869, 8«- 

The Antiquities of Heraldry, collected 
from the literature, coins, gems, vases; 
and other monuments of pre-Christian 
and Mediaeval times, with a catalogue of 
early Armorial Seals, by Wm. Smitli 
Ellis. London, 1861), 8'^- 

An Application of Heraldry to the 
Illustrations of various University and 
Collegiate Antiquities, by H. A. Wood- 
ham. Cambridge, 1841, 4^- 

The Art of Heraldry, in two parts, to- 
gether with the atchievements of each 
degree, etc., according to the excellent 
method of Guillim's Heraldry, by 
Richard Blome. Lond. 1685, 8'^- 
Second edition, Lond. 1693, 8«- 

Das alte wahre Heroldts-Kunst, by 
Christian Maximilian Spener. Colin 
an der Spree, 1705, 4P- 

Examen artis heraldicse maximam partem 
ex insigni opere Spereriano collectum, 
by J. Weber, 3rd edition. Jenae, 
1713, 8«- 

The Art of Heraldry, Containing, The 
Original and Universality of Arms and 
Ensigns, &Q. Embellished with Forty 
Copper-plates, containing above 900 
Coats of Arms of the Nobility and 
Gentry of Great Britain and Ireland. 
Printed for J. Osborn. London, 1730, 

Le Arts, Heraldique, Archeologie, par 
Beffroi. 4 vols. Bruges, 1863—76, 4P- 

Barber's Art of Heraldry, with forty-one 
plates of arms, " Blazoned by the late 
Thomas Barber." Stowe, MS. 784. 
Brit. Mus. 

Badges, Crests, and Standards, temp. 
Henry VIII. See " Collect, Topog, et 
Genealog." vol. iii. p. 49. 



Badges, Cyphers, Monograms, etc., of the 
British Army, by Jenner and Knewstur. 
London (1869), 8'>- 
Drawings of the Royal Arms, Standards, 
Crowns and Cyphers, and Devices of 
England, by — Sarney. folio. 
A Complete Body of Heraldry : contain- 
ing an Historical Enquiry into the 
origin of Armories, and the Rise and 
Progress of Heraldry ; the Institution 
of the Offices of Constable, Marshal, 
and Earl-Marshal of England ; the 
Erection, Creation, and Establishment 
of Kings, Heralds, Pursuivants, and 
other Officers of Arms, with their 
several and respective Duties, Badges, 
Liveries, &c. The proper Methods of 
Blazoning and Marshalling Armorial 
Bearings, etc., etc., by Joseph 
Edmondsou. 2 vols. London, 1780, 
fol. 
Book of Heraldry, by Gregory King, 
Lancaster Herald. Brit. Mus. Harl. 
MS. 6591. 
A Guide to the Study of Book-Plates 
{Ex-Lihris). By the Hon. J. Leicester 
Warren. London, 1880, 8«- 
Notes on Book Plates, by A. W. Franks. 
Printed for private distribution, 1887, 
8"- 
Illustrations of Armorial China. One 
hundred copies privately printed, 1887, 
fol. 
On Collars of the Royal Livery, by J. G. 
N. Gentleman's Magazine, for 1842. 
Ye Comic History of Heraldry, by R. H. 
Edgar, illustrated by W. Vine. 
London, 1878, 8"- 
Common-place book of heraldic and 
historical collections, by Robert 
Comaundre (oh. 1613) Rector of 
Tarporley, Co. Chester. Brit. Mus. Eg. 
MS. 2642. 
The differences of Crosses in Arms exem- 
plified. Brit. Mus. Lans. MS. 882, f. 
36 b. 
Heraldica curiosa. J. A. Rudolphi. 

Niiraberg, 1698, fol. 
The Curiosities of Heraldry, with Illus- 
trations from Old English Writers, by 
Mark Anthony Lower. Lewes, 1845, 
8«- 
The Heroical Devises of M. Claudius 
Paradin, Canon of Beavieu. Where- 
unto are added the Lord Gabriel 



HeealdrY. 



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Sjmeons' and others. Translated out 
of Latin into English by P. S. London, 
1591, 240- 

Minerva Britannia, or a Garden of 
Heroical Denises, furnished, and adorned 
with Emblemes and Impressas of sundry 
natures, by Henry Peacham, London, 
1612, 40. 

The Art of making Devises, treating of 
Hieroglyphicks, Symboles, Emblemes, 
Armes, Blazons, etc., by Henry 
Estienne, Lord of Fossez, and trans- 
lated into English by Thos. Blount. 
London, 1646, 4'^- Another edition, 
with additions, 1650. 

Alphabet de Chiffres, Devises, Emblemes, 
Medailles et autres Figures hierogly- 
fiques, by Nicolas Verrien. Paris, 

1685, 80- 

Eecueil d'Emblemes. Devises, etc., par 
Nicolas Yerrien. Paris, 1696, 80- 
Another edition. Par. 1724, 8^- 

La science et I'art des devises, etc., par 
Claude Francois Menestrier. Paris, 

1686, 8«- 

Knight's Gems ; or Device Book. By Fr. 
Knight. London, 1836, 8°' 

Heraldic Devices discovered on the Effigies 
of Richard II. and his Queen, by John 
Nichols. London, 1841, 4«- 

Historic Devices, Badges, and War- Cries, 
by Mrs. Bury Palliser. London, 1870, 
80- 

Dictionnaire des Devises historiques et 
heraldiques, avec figures et une table 
alphabetique des noms, par A. Chassant 
& Henri Tausin. 3 vols. Paris, 1878, 
120- 

Heraldic Dictionary compiled by Richard 
Coffin, of Portledge, Sheriif of the 
County of Devon. MS. 17th century. 
In the possession of J. R. Pine Coffin, 
Esq. Portledge, North Devon. [In 
this library there is another Heraldic 
Dictionary, the name of the compiler 
is not given,] 

Dictionnaire Heraldique, par Jaques 
CheviUard. Paris, 1723, 12o- 

A New Dictionary of Heraldry, explaining 
the Terms used in that Science ; with 
their Etymology, and different Versions 
into Latin. Containing all the Rules 
of Blazon, with Reasons for* the same. 
The original signification of Bearings. 
And a concise Account of the most noted 



Orders of Knighthood, by James Coats. 
London, 1725, 8'^- Second edition, 
1739. Another edition, 1747, S^- 

Dictionnaire heraldique, contenant tout 
ce qui a rapport a la science du Blason, 
avec r explication des termes, &c. Par 
Gastelier de la Tour. Paris, 1774, 8o- 
Another edition, 1777, 8°- 

Encyclopoedia Heraldica ; or, complete 
Dictionary of Heraldry. By William 
Berry. 4 vols. London, 1828, 4P- 

Aristoglyphics ; or. Heraldic Dictionary 
of the Arms borne by the nobility of 
the British Empire. London, 1838, 
240- 

Dictionnaire Heraldique. See " Nouvelle 
Encyclopedie Theologique," vol 15, 
par J. P. Migne. Paris, 1852, 4P- 

Le Blason. Dictionnaire et Remarques 
par le C'^- Armedee de Foras. Grenoble, 
1883, 4«- 

Katechismns der Heraldik, von Eduard 
Freiherm von Sacken. (Webers lUus- 
trierte Katechismen.) Leip, 1885, 8^' 

A Dictionary of Heraldry, with upwards 
of two thosuand five hundred 
Illustrations, by Charles Norton Elvin. 
London, 1889, S"- 

A Display of Heraldrie : Manifesting a 
more easie accesse to the knowledge 
thereof then hath beene hitherto 
published by any, through the benefit 
of Method ; whereunto it is now reduced 
by the industry of John Gwillim, 
Pursuivant of Armes. London, 1610, 
fol. Other editions in 1632, 1638, 
1660, 1664, 1666, 1679, and 1724. 

Guillim's Display of Heraldry. Fifth 
edition, with a prefatory letter by 
Richard Blome. London, 1664, fol. 

Guillim's Display of Heraldry, by John 
Barkham. The sixth edition, improved 
with large additions. To which is 
added, a Treatise of Honour, Military 
and Civil, according to the laws and 
customs of England, by Captain John 
Logan : likewise a Supplement of Scarce 
Tracts relating to the Office of Arms, 
etc. Londen, 1724, fol. 

The Armes taken out of the originall 
Manuscript of Mr. John GuiUim, 
Pursuivant of Armes, out of which he 
formed the boke he Printed, Intituled. 
The Display of Heraldry, 17th century. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 26,681. 



40 



Heraldry. 



The Banner Displayed, or an abridgment 
of Guillim's Display of Heraldry ; being 
a complete system of heraldry in all its 
parts, by Samuel Kent. 2 vols. London, 
1726-28, 80- 
The British Banner Display 'd; A Complete 
System of Heraldry. Wherein the 
Antiquity, Dignity, and Use of Arms, 
in regard to the Distinction, Honour, 
and Connexion of Families, are 
exhibited. Comprehending an accurate 
Abridgement of the last edition of 
Gruillim, by Samuel Kent. 2 vols. 
London, 1755, 8<>- 
A Display of Heraldry, by William 

Newton. London, 1816, 8*^- 
The Elements of Heraldry, and an 
Alphabet of English Arms. 17th century. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 26,709. 
The Elements of Armories, by Edmund 

Bolton. London, 1610, 4P- 
The Elements of Heraldry ; containing a 
clear definition, and concise Historical 
. Account of that ancient, useful, and 
entertaining Science. The Origin and 
divers kinds of Coats of Arms, with 
their essential and integral Parts 
considered separately, etc., by Mark 
Anthony Porny. London, 1765, 8<^- 
Other editions,' 1771, 1787, 1795. 
Elements of Heraldry, with a description 
of the figures in the display, containing 
the Blazon of numerous armorial 
bearings, etc., by Archibald Barrington. 
Lond. 1846, 12«- 
The Elements of Heraldry : containing 
an explanation of the principles of the 
science, and a glossary of the technical 
terms employed. With an essay upon 
the use of Coat-Armor in the United 
States, by William Henry Whitmore. 
New York, Cambridge, 1866, 8'^- 
Encyclopoedia of Heraldry, by J. and J- 

B.Burke. London, 1844, V'- 
English Heraldry, from 1600 to 1642. 

Stowe MS. 250, Brit. Mus. 
English Heraldry, by Charles Boutell. 
With illustrations drawn and engraved 
on wood by K. B. Utting. Lond. 1867, 
8''- Fourth edition, containing 450 
illustrations. Lond. 1879, 8^- 
Heraldry, British, French, and German, 
by C.'^H. Smith, 4 vols, [about 1840], 
4P- South Kensington Museum. 



Heraldry of Fish. Notices of the princi- 
pal families bearing fish in their arms, 
by Thomas Moule. London, 1842, 8'^- 
The Mermaid, and the Symbolism of the 
Fish, in Art, Literature, and Legendary 
Lore, by Llewellyn Jewitt. See " The 
Reliquary," vols, xix, xx. London, 
1879, &c., 8"- 
Fishes of Fancy, with notices of the 
Fishes of Heraldry, by P. Bobinson. 
London, 1883, 8«- 
Flowers and Heraldry, or Floral Emblems 
and Heraldic Figures, by R. Tyas. 
London, 1851. 8"- 
Modern and Antique Gems. [Containing 
examples for seal engraving, with 
mottoes, crests, garters and cyphers.] 
By F. Knight. Lond. 1828, 8"'- 
A Glossary of terms used in British 
Heraldry, with a chronological table 
illustrative of its rise and progress, by 
H, Gough. Oxford, 1847, 8^- 
The Grammar of Heraldry. Containing 
I. Rules of Blazoning, Cautions and 
Observations. 2. Practical Directions 
for Marshalling ; with Discourses on 
several Parts (or Ornaments) of an 
Atchievement. 3. A Large Collecl:ion 
of Arms by way of Example, Alpha- 
betically digested. With two Appendices; 
And a List of the Subscribers, to most 
of their Arms and Titles. By Samuel 
Kent. London, 1716, 8°- Second 
edition, 1718, 8«- 
The Grammer of Heraldry, or Gentle- 
man's Vade Mecum, &c., by Samuel 
Kent. Third edition, to wliich is added 
a copious Dictionary, being a curious 
Explanation of all the terms used in 
Heraldry. London, 1724, 8«- 
A Grammar of British Heraldry, consist- 
ing of Blazon and Marshalling, with an 
Introduction on the Rise, Origin, and 
Progress of Symbols and Ensigns, etc , 
by William Sloane Evans. London, 
1847, 8'^- Second edition, 1854, 8''- 
Grammaire heraldique, contenant la 
definition exacte de la science des 
armoiries, suivie d'un ' vocabulaire 
explicatif et de planches d'armoiries, 
par N. J. H. Gourdon de Genouillac. 
Paris, 1853, 18«- Other editions, 1857, 
12«- 1861, 120- 
The Grammar of Heraldry, with 
the Armorial bearings of all the Landed 



Heealdet. 



41 



G-entry in England, prior to the 

sixteenth century. Illustrated. By 

John Edwin Cussans. London, 1866, 

S^ 
Grammatica Araldica ad uso degli Italiani, 

dal Cavaliere F. Tribolati. (Manuali 

Hoepli.) Milano, 1887, 12"- 
A Guide to the Study of Heraldry, by J. 

A. Montagu. London, 1810, 4^^- 
Handbuch der theoretischen und prak- 

tischen Heraldik, by Otto Titan von 

Hefner. Miinchen, 1863, 4'^- Another 

edition, Gorlitz, 1887, 4"- 
The Handbook of Heraldry ; with 

instructions for tracing pedigrees and 

deciphering ancient MSS. Illustrated 

with plates and woodcuts, by John 

Edwin Cussans. Lond. 1868, S"^- Other 

editions. 1869, 1882. 
Heraldisches Handbuch, by F. Warnecke. 

Frankfort, 1881, 4^- 
Heraldic Miscellanies, chiefly relating to 

funerals, 16th and 17th centuries. Brit. 

Mus. Add. MS. 6292. 
Heraldic Miscellanies, the last date is 

1616. Brit. Mus. Cott. MS. Faust. C. 

YIIT. 

Heraldic Miscellanies. The latest date 
annexed to the shields is 1646. At the 
end are descriptions of the arms of the 
principal aboriginal families of Ireland 
called the Milesians. Stowe MS. 528. 
Brit. Mus. 

Heraldic Miscellanies, consisting of the 
Lives of Sir Wm. Dugdale, Garter, and 
Gregory King, Lancaster Herald, and 
third part of the Boke of St. Albans, 
1486. London, 1793, 4^- 

Heraldic Sheets, by G-. Musgrave. Lon- 
don (1863 ?) 4«- 

Heraldry Epitomized, containing a Short 
and Easy Way to Attain that Art. 
Collected by John Seller. Lond. 1679, 
12«- Another edition, 1682, 16«- 

Heraldry. Eeprinted from the " Ency- 

clopoedia Londinensis." London, 1811, 

40. 

History of Heraldry, w^ith a Complete 
Glossary of Terms, by Thomas Eobson. 
Sunderland, 1830, 4"- 

Heraldry in History, Poetry, and 
Komance, by E. J. Millin^ton, Lon- 
don, 1858, 80- Another eStion, Lon- 
don, 1861, 8«- 

The Pursuivant of Arms : or Heraldry 
Founded upon Facts, by Jas, E. 



Planche. Lond. 1812, 8'^- New edition, 
Lond. [1859] 8°- Third edition, Lond. 
[1874] 8«- 
Hints on Heraldry for the use of Ladies, 
with instructions for working armorial 
bearings, by John Brydon. Second 
edition, Lond. 1853, 12"- 
Heraldry : Ancient and Modern. Includ- 
ing Boutell's Heraldry, edited and re- 
vised, with additions by S. T. Aveling. 
London, 1873, 4o- 
Heraldry in England and America. A 
Paper read before the Albany Institute, 
Jan, 31, 1884, by Geo. E, Howell. 
Eeprinted from the Press. Albany, 
1884, 8«- 
Heraldry, English and Foreign, with a 
Dictionary of Heraldic Terms, b}' 
Eobert C. Jenkins. Lond. 1886, 8'^- 
Heraldry in England. The History and 
Science of Heraldry concisely explained 
by E. H. Eenton. London, J 887. 4o- 
Heraldry ; its application to decorative 
purposes, by Arthur Yorke. London, 
1887-8, 40- 
Heraldic Desiderata, by W. S. Ellis. 
" The Genealogist," new series, iv and 
v. London, 1887, 88, S°- 
Heraldry and Heraldic Painting, by W. 

H. Clifford. 
Heraldry in Miniature, containing all 
the Arms and Crests of the Peers, 
Bishops, Baronets, etc., with a Dic- 
tionary of Terms. Lond. 1794, 12o- 
Heraldry in Miniature, containing all the 
arms and mottos of the Peers, Peeresses, 
and Bishops of England, Scotland and 
Ireland ; with the Baronets of Great 
Britain ; also an Introduction to the 
science of heraldry. London, 1808, 8°- 
New Heraldry in Miniature, containing 
all the Arms, Crests, Supporters, and 
Mottos of the Peers, Peeresses, and 
Bishops of England, Scotland, and 
Ireland. London, n.d. 12^- 
Illustrations of Heraldry, by W. Heath. 

London, 1828, obi. fol. 
Heraldic Illustrations, designed for the 
nse of herald painters, and engravers, 
by Frederick Knight. Lond. 1843, 4o- 
Heraldic Illustrations, comprising the 
Armorial Bearings of the Principal 
Families of the Empire, with Pedigrees 
and annotations, by John Burke 
and Sir John Bernard Burke. Lond., 
1845, 8«- 



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Heraldet. 



Illuminated Supplement to the Heraldic 
Illustrations, with annotations, by Sir 
John Bernard Burke. Lond. 1851, 
80- 

Knight's Heraldic Illustrations. London, 
1865, 4^- 

Heraldic Illustrations, specimen crests 
and fancy gems designed for the use of 
artists, bv F. Knight and J. Kumley. 
Edin. 1870, 4"- 

Insignium Armorum Emblematum Hiero- 
glyphicorum et Symbolorum quae ab 
Italis Imprese Nominantur, by Abra- 
ham Fransi. 1588, 4^- 

Insignia, by Guil. Camdeni. Oxon. 1624, 

40. 

Introduction to the art of heraldry (in 
German)^ by S. J. Jungendres. 
Nuremberg, 1729. B"- 

A short and easy Introduction to Heral- 
dry, in which all the terms are displayed 
in a clear and alphabetical manner, by 
Hugh Clark and Thomas Wormull. 
London, 1772, 8'^- Other editions in 
1775,1777, 1779, 1781, 1788, 1804, 
1812, 1818, 1829, 1838, 1845. 

An Introduction to Heraldry, by Hugh 
Clark. Revised and corrected, by 
James Robinson Planche. 18th edition. 
London, 1866, 8^- 

An Introduction to Heraldry ; containing 
the Rudiments of the Science in general, 
and othernecessary particulars connected 
with the subject, by William Berry. 
London, 1810, B^- 

An Introduction to Heraldry, wherein 
its most useful terms are displayed at 
length, and accompanied with twelve 
Lithographic Plates of reference, con- 
taining upwards of 400 Examples ; 
collected from the most eminent, 
ancient and modern authors. Litho- 
graphed by J. D. Bird. Lond. 1823, 
8«- 

An introduction to the knowledge of the 
Heraldry of England, by Joseph Hunter, 
19th century. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
24,619. 

Familiar Introduction to Heraldry, by 
Archibald Barrington. Lond., 1848. 
80- 

Lectures on Heraldry, by Archibald 
Barrington. Lond., 1844. 12°- 

The differences of Lions in Arms exem- 
plified. Brit. Mus., Lans. MS, 882. 
f. 38. 



A Manual of Heraldry for Amateurs, by 
Harriet Dallaway. Lond., 1828. 12°- 

The Manual of Heraldry, a concise des- 
cription of the several terms used, and 
a Dictionary of every Designation in 
the science. London, 1846, S""- Fifth 
edition, Lond., 1858, 8"- New edition, 
Lond. [1876.] 8''- 

A Manual of Heraldry, historical and 
popular, with illustrations, by Chas. 
Boutell. Lond., 1863. 8«- Second 
edition, Lond , 1863, 8«- Third edition, 
enlarged, Lond., 1864, S^- 

Practical Manual of Heraldry, and of 
Heraldic Illuminations, with a glossary 
of the Principal Terms used in Heraldry, 
by F. J. Baigent and C. J. Russell. 
London, 1864, 8«- 

Heraldic Manuals. " Edinburgh Review," 
April, 1865. 

On the Assay Marks on Gold and Silver 
Plate, by C. 0. S. Morgan. London, 
1852, 8^- 

Table of the Annual Assay Office Letters 
used in marking plate, from the earliest 
period of their use to the present time, 
by C. 0. S. Morgan. London 1853, 
8«- 

Hall Marks on Gold and Silver Plate, by 
William Chaffers. London, 1863, 8«- 
Sixth edition, revised and considerably 
augmented. To which is added a 
history of L'Orfeverie Fran^aise, and 
twelve plates of French Hall Marks, 
etc. London, 1883, 8o- 

Marks and Monograms on Pottery and 
Porcelain, by William Chaffers. 
London, 1863, 8°- Fourth edition 
revised and augmented. London, 1874, 
80- 

Marks and Monograms on European and 
Oriental Pottery and Porcelain, by 
William Chaffers. London, 1886, S^- 

Old English Plate, ecclesiastical, decorative 
and domestic ; its makers and Marks, by 
Wilfred Joseph Cripps. London, 1878, 
80- Second edition, revised. London, 
1881, 8°- Third edition, enlarged. 
London, 1886, 8°- 

Old French Plate ; with tables of the 
Paris date-letters, and fac-similes of 
other marks, by Wilfred Jos. Cripps. 
London, 1880, S"- 

College and Corporation Plate, a handbook 
to, by Wilfred Joseph Cripps. London, 
1881, 8°- 



Heraldry. 



43 



English Plate Marks ; giving tables of 

the alphabetical date letters and other 

hall-marks, by Wilfred Jos. Cripps. 

London, 1882, 8"- 
Dictionnaire des Monogrammes, Marques 

Figurees, Lettres Initiales, Noms 

Abreges. etc. par Francois BruUiot. 

New edition augmented. 3 parts. 

Munich, 1832, 4"- 
Monograms, by George Barclay, etc. 

London, 1860, 8^- 
Monograms, treating of their history, by 

H. B. Wheatley. London, 1862, 12'^- 
Illuminated Crest Book, or Bepertorium 

for Monograms, etc. London, 1867 

The Book of Monograms, Devices and 
Illuminations, by Lith. Omnichromo 
Printing Company. London, 1868, 

8«- 

Monograms, Historical and Practical, by 
D. G. Berri. London, 1869, S''- 

Monograms and Cyphers, designed by H. 
Benoir, heraldic artist, alphabetically 
arranged. Edinb. 1870, 4«- 

Monograms, New Series, by J. Gordon 
Smith, heraldic artist. [This work is 
intended to supplement that of Renoir.] 

Guide de I'amateur d'objets et de curios- 
ite, ou collection des Monogrammes des 
principaux sculpteurs en pierre, metal, 
et bois, par Joh. Geo. Theo. Graesse. 
Dresde, 1877, 8°- 

Monograms of three or more letters, 
by Charles De Flandre, Glasgow 
[1879 P] fol. 

Dictionnaire du Chiffre Monogramme and 
couronnesnobiliaires,par C. Demengeot. 
Paris, 1881, fol. 

Remarks on Mediaeval Heraldry, with a 
view to an Ordinary of Arms, by W. 
S. Walford. See the Archceological 
Journal, v, 9. London, 1848, 8^- 

Memoranda in Heraldry, by Peter Le 
Neve, Norroy King of Arms. See " The 
Topographer and Genealogist," vol. 
III. Edited by John Gough Nichols. 
London, 1858, 8^- 

Le Monde Heraldique, par Marc de 
Vissac. Clermont Ferrand, 1870, 8°- 

The Heraldry of Nature, or Instructions 
for the King at Arms, comprising the 
Arms, Supporters, Crests, and Mottoes, 
both in Latin and English, of the Peers 
of England. London, 1785. 12°' 



Heraldic Note-Book of William Fox 
containing descriptions of the Arms, 
with genealogical- notes, of English 
Kings, Princes, and Nobility, 1774. 
Brit. Mus., Add. MS., 29,278. 

A Brief Historical Discourse of the 
Origin and Growth of Heraldry, by 
Thos. Philipott, London, 1672. 8«- 

Inquiries into the Origin and Progress of 
the Science of Heraldry in England, 
with Explanatory Observations on 
Armorial Ensigns, by James Dallaway. 
Gloucester, 1793, 4P- [This contains 
biographical sketches of heraldic 
authors ; and a list of books con- 
nected with genealogy.] 

What is Heraldry ? or, an Enquiry into 
the Origin and Nature of Armorial 
Ensigns in connection with History, 
Biography, Poetry, and the Arts, by 
William Partridge. Privately printed, 
1854, fol. 

Heraldry : its Origin, Antiquities, Uses, 
and Advantages, by Henry Hays. New 
York, 1856. 12«- 

Examples of the Ornamental Heraldry of 
the Sixteenth Century, by Sir W. 
Stirling Maxwell. First and Second 
Series. London, 1867-68. fol. 

Praktische Heraldik, von C. F. von 
Hansen. Gorlitz, 1887. 8«' 

Practical Heraldry ; or an Epitome of 
English Armory, showing how and by 
whom arms may be borne, by Chas. 
Worthey. Lond., 1889. 8«- 

The First Principles of Heraldry, by 
George Bickham. London, n.d. 8°- 

The St. James's Magazine, and Heraldic 
and Historical Register. Edited by J. 
B. Burke. The Heraldic Register, 
1849-50, with an annotated Obituary. 
2 vols. London, 1850, 8°- [No more 
published,] 

Sacred Heraldry and Arms appropriated 
to Saints. An Appendix to Dr. 
Husenbeth's " Emblems of the Saints." 
Privately printed, 1883. 

The Science of Heraldry. The Arms are 
coloured, 16th cent. Brit. Mus., Harl. 
MS. 2259. 

The Science of Heraldry, by R. Willis. 
London, 1872, 8«- 

Shields. — Heraldic and Ornamental, for 
Carriage Work. Collection of Draw- 
ings. South Kensington Museum. 



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Heealdrt. 



The Signification of most things that are 
borne in Heraldry, with the explana- 
tion of their Natural Qualities, and of 
those persons that they ought properly 
to be borne by. By Aaron Crossly. 
Dublin, 1724, fol. 

Slogans of the North of England, by M. A. 
Denham ; with an Introduction by J, 
Fen wick. Newcastle-on-Tyne, 1851, 4«- 

Roll of Swan Marks, time of Henry VIII. 
MS. Tatteshale, Co. Lincoln. 

Collection of swan-marks, temp. Hen. 
VIII., with remarks by Sir J. Banks. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 6302. 

Book of Swan Marks, chiefly for Norfolk, 
MS. Stow Hall, Co. Norfolk. 

A book of the marks of Swans, with the 
names of the gentlemen who have right 
to make use of them. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MS. 4977. 

A book of swan-marks, temp. Eliz. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 6301. 

The orders for Swanne Bots by the 
Statutes and by the Ancient orders and 
customs used in the Kealme of England. 
Followed by swan-marks used by the 
proprietors of lands on the Rivers Yare 
and Waveney, co. Norf. 17th century. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 23732. 

Swan-Marks of English owners ; with a 
table of names prefixed, 17th century. 
Brit. Mus. Eg. MS. 2412. 

A Collection of Swan-marks, temp. Jas. I. 
Brit. Mus. Eg. MS, 2413. 

Swan Marks in Alphabetical arrangement, 
17th century. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 
3405. 

Mark of Syr Thomas Frowyke's Swans. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 541 f. 228. 

Swan Marks, by Edward Peacock. See 
Archaeological Journal, yols. 41 & 42. 
London, 1884—85, 8°- 

Synopsis of Heraldry and Tabular Dis- 
play, by Robert Wiseman, MS. belong- 
ing to the Marquis of Bath. Longleat, 
Co. Wilts. 

A Synopsis of Heraldry ; or, The most 
plain, short, and easie way for the 
perfect attaining of that Art, contain- 
ing all necessary Directions, in order 
thereunto ; There being about 300 
Coats of Arms, and about 50 Crests 
engraven upon Copper-plates ; and the 
Atchievements of the Kings of England 
since K. Egbert of the Saxon Race. 
[Payne Fisher.] London, 1682, 12o- 



A Synopsis of Heraldry, by C. N. Elvin. 
London, 1860, 8«- 

A Synopsis of Heraldry ; or, a short and 
easy method of acquiring the art of 
blazon, with engravings illustrating the 
arms of many families, by Chas. Nor- 
ton Elvin. London, 1866, 8o- 

A System of Heraldry, Speculative and 
Practical ; With the True Art of 
Blazon, according to the most approved 
Heralds in Europe : Illustrated with 
suitable examples of Armorial Figures, 
and Atchievements of the most con- 
siderable Sirnames and Families in 
Scotland, &c. Together with Historical 
and Genealogical Memorials relative 
thereto, by Alexander Nisbet. 2 vols. 
Edinburgh, 1722 — 42, fol. Other 
editions in 1804, 1816. 

Tresor Heraldique ; ou Mercure, Armorial, 
etc., par Charles Segoing. Paris, 1657, 
fol. 

A Summary View of Heraldry, in 
reference to the usages of Chivalry, 
and the general economy of the Feudal 
System ; with an Appendix, respecting 
such Distinctions of Rank as have 
place in the British Constitution, by 
Thomas Brydson. Edinb. 1795, 8°- 

"Herald Painter's Work book." Col- 
lections of arms in trick of English, 
Irish and Scotch Nobility of the l7th 
century, with their crests and supporters, 
apparently the work of Thomas 
Penson. MS. 17th century, belonging 
to Arthur Vicars, Esq., F.S.A. 
Vicarage Library, Clyde Road, Dublin. 

Heraldic Scrap-book of John Pincke, 
genealogist, 17th century. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MS. 31896. 

Heraldic Work Book, containing an 
account of the expenses incurred for 
heraldic pageantry at Cromwell's funeral 
and the prices for heraldic work from 
1656to 1670, StoweMS. 536. Brit. Mus. 

Herald Painter's Register book, contain- 
ing tricks of the arms painted by him 
in 1738—1740. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
12456. 

Heraldic work-book of John Mason ; 
consisting of drawings of arms for 
hatchments, and accounts of funeral 
expenses; 1729—1740. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MS. 26,691. 

The Wreath of Heraldry. By J. Thorold. 
Bath, n.d. 12°' 



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^ritts. 



Class- Catalogue of Manuscripts relating 
to Arms in the British Museum. 3 
vols. fol. Not puhlished. 

Encyclopoedia Heraldica ; or Complete 
H;; Dictionary of Heraldry, by W. Berry. 
W 4i vols, [including 1 vol. of plates of 
arms]. London,l828. 4^- 

The British Herald, or Cabinet of Armorial 
Bearings of the Nobility and Gentry of 
Great Britain and Ireland, by Thomas 
Eobson. 3 vols. Sunderland, 1830, 
4^- [There are two copies of this work 
in the British Museum, one of which is 
largely augmented with coloured arms 
and manuscript additions.] 

Itobson's British Herald ; or Registry of 
English, Scotch and Irish Arms, Com- 
prehensive Glossary, Blazoning, etc., 
by Thos. MacDonald. MS. 19th 
century, belonging to Arthur Vicars, 
Esq., E.S.A., Vicarage Library, Clyde 
Road, Dublin. 

General Armorial. Rehbinder och Rothlieb, 
Matrikel ofwer Swea Rikes Ridderskap 
och Adel, med historiska och Genealogi- 
ska Anmarku. Stiernman. 5 vols. 
Stockholm, 1781—1823, S^- 

The General Armory of England, Scotland 
and Ireland, by John Burke and John 
Bernard Burke. London, 1842, 8<^- 
Another edition, London, 1844, 8°' 

Encyclopoedia of Heraldry, or General 
Armory of England, Scotland, and 
Ireland, comprising a Registry of all 
Armorial Bearings from the earliest to 
the present time, including the late 
grants by the College of Arms. By 
John Burke and John Bernard Burke. 
Third edition, with a supplement. 
London, 1847, 8o- 

A General Armory of England, Scotland, 
Ireland and Wales ; comprising a 
registry of Armorial bearings from the 
earliest to the present time, by Sir John 
Bernard Burke. London, J.878, S^- 
[An enlarged edition of the work of J. 
Burke and Sir J. B. Barke published in 
1842.] 



The General Armory of England, Scotland, 
Ireland and Wales ; comprising a 
Registry of Armorial Bearings from the 
earliest to the present time. With a 
Supplement, by Sir Bernard Burke. 
London, 1884, 8«- 

Armorial universel, precede d'un Traite 
complet de la science du blason, par 
Jouffroy d'Eschavannes. 2 Vols. 
Paris, 1844—58, 8^- 

J. Siebmacher's grosses und allgemeines 
Wappenbuch, von Dr. Otto Titan von 
Hefner. 21 vols. Nurmb. 1858—1878, 

J. Siebmacher's grosses und allgemeines 
Wappenbuch, von M. F. A. Gritzner 
und A. M. ffildebrardt. Nurmberg, 
1870—88, 4«- In progress. 

Armorial General, contenant la description 
des Armoiries des Families Nobles et 
Patriciennes de I'Europe ; precede d'un 
Dictionnaire des Termes du Blason, par 
J. B. Rietstap. Gouda, 1861, 8°- 
Deuxieme edition. Gouda, 1883, &c., 
8«- 

Panoplie. (Universal Armoury.) By A. 
M. Perrot. Paris, 1864, 4o- 

Blason General y Nobleza del Universo, 

por Pedro de Gracia Dei. Madrid, 1882, 
40. 

Engravings of the Arms of many of the 
Heralds are given in Movile's''BibUotke- 
ca Heraldica.''^ 

Collection of fabulous arms in a sort of 
alphabet in blason, and the Arms in 
blazon of the Archiepiscopal and 
Episcopal Sees of England and Wales, 
etc. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 2200. 

The Iceni and their Arms, by T. Proctor- 
Borroughs, Esq., F.S.A. See the 
Journal of the British Archaeological 
Association, vol. 36. 

The Names and Arms of the Saxons that 
divided this Island into seven Kingdoms. 
17th cent. Brit. Mus., Harl, MS. 

3287. 



Arms. 



Britannia Saxonica, arms of Anglo-Saxon 
Kings in colours, by Gr. W, Collen. 
London, 1833, 4''- And Harl. MS. 
4033. Brit. Mus. 

Arms of the Normans who passed into 
England at the time of the Conquest. 
Brit. Mus., Add. MS. 17,455, f. 64. 

Arms of Hugh Lupus, Erie of Chester, 
and his viii barons. Brit. Mus. Harl. 
MS. 1039. 

The Armorie of Nobilitie : wherein is 
contained, the five Conquerors of Eng- 
land ; the seven Kings that reigned at 
one time ; the reason of the several 
alterations of the Arms of England ; 
the Arms and Issue of the Kings of 
England ; with the Creation of all the 
Noblemen since the Conquest to 32 
Elizabeth. Brit. Mus. Royal MS. 18. 
C. XVII. 

The names of the Five Conquerors of 
this Island with theire armes ; the 
names of the Saxons that divided this 
Island into seaven Kingdoms, with their 
arms ; and the names and armes of all 
such noblemen as were in the tyme of 
Edward the Confessor, or hath byne 
since created unto this present, 1606, 
with a continuation to 1621. MS. 
belonging to the Marquis of Bute. 
Eccleston Square, London. 

Arms of Ancient Barons, from William I. 
to Henry III. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
5832, f. 170. 

Names and Arms of the Ancient Nobility 
and Knights of England and Wales, 
temp. Hen. III. See " Antiquarian 
Repertory," vol. i. 

Insignia quoedam G-entilitia depicta. 13th 
century. Coloured. Brit. Mus. Cott. 
MS. Nero D. I. f. 170. 

Coats of Arms, coloured. 1273. Matthew 
Paris. Brit. Mus. Roy. MS. 14. C. yii. 

Wappen aus den Werken des Matthias 
von Paris. Edited by — Pusikau. 
Berlin, 1881, 8'^- [Contains the rolls of 
arms in coloured lithographic facsimile.] 

Account of the Shields of Arms as given 
in the Works of Matthew Paris. 
Matthoei JParisiensis Historia Major, 
vol. VI. Edited by Dr. H. R. Luard 
for the Master of the Rolls. Lond. 
1882, 8°- 

Arms of Crusaders. See " The English 
Crusaders," by J. C. Dansey. London, 
1849, 40- 



Nomina et insignia gentilitis nobilium 
equitumque sub Edwardo Primo, Rege 
militantium,by Edw. R. Mores. Oxford, 
1749, 4'^- 

Arms of the Ancient Nobility and 
Knights Bannerets of England in the 
reign of Edward I. Stowe MS. 417. 
Brit. Mus. 

Names and Arms of Barons and Knights, 
temio. Edw. I. Her. Coll., MS. M. 16. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 2116. 

Names and Arms of the Earls of England, 
temp. Edw. I. Qu. Coll. Oxf. MS. cxx. 

Les noms et les armes a Banerez de Engle- 
terre, au temps du R. Edw. I. ? Brit. 
Mus. Cott. MS. Calig. A. xviii. 

A Book of Arms : containing the Names 
and Arms of the Bannerets of England. 
The Names and Arms of the Knights 
in every Shire, temp. Edw. I. And the 
Names of all who were with King Edw. 

I. in Scotland and France. Brit. Mus., 
Harl MS. 6137. 

Arms of the Knights of the several Counties 
of England, in the time of Edward 1. 
Brit. Mus., Harl. MS. 1068. 

Arms of English Knights, according to 
the several Counties wherein they 
resided, time of Edw. I. Brit. Mus., 
Harl. MS. 2213. 

The Arms of the Nobility and Gentry in 
the Reign of King Edward I., in colours. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 5848. 

Arms of the Kings of England before the 
Conquest, and of the Nobility and 
Knights of England in the time of 
Edward I. and 11. Brit. Mus. Harl. 
MS. 4033. 

Liber Johannis Cooper ex dono Susanne 
Philipott relicte Johannis Philipott, 
Somersett ; containing the names and 
arms of those who were at various 
Parliaments, tempp. Edw. I: and Edw. 

II. ; the names and arms of Bannerets 
of England ; Arms of great Lords ; 
Roll of Karlaverok, etc. MS. belonging 
to Lieut.-Col. Carew. Crowcombe 
Court, Co. Somerset. 

Arms of Noblemen, temp. Edw. I. and II. 

Caius Coll. Camb., MS. 570. 
Arms of Knights, temp. Edw. II. Ashm. 

Lib. MS. 831, p. 100. 
A Genealogical Roll of English Sovereigns, 

from Egbert to Edward III., with arms 

of nobles, foreign kingdoms, etc., also 



Arms. 



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thenamesand arms of the lords, captains, 
and others who were slain or drowned 
at the siege o£ Calais, 1347. Vellum 
roll, Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 29,502. 

Arma principis, ducum, comitum, sive 
comitatnm. Being coloured coats of 
arms of the Prince of Wales and 
Nobility of England. Vellum roll. 14th 
century. Brit. Mus. Add. MS, 29,505. 

The Arms emblazoned of Christian Emper- 
ors, Kings, and Dukes, and of the Kings 
of Britain, and several families of the 
English Nobility, from the earliest times 
to the reign of Edw. III. with notes 
concerning the Arms of the Kings of 
Scotland, Wales and Ireland. Brit. 
Mus. Lans. MS. 882. 

Arms of English Nobility, temp. Edw. 
III. Ashm. Lib., MS. 15 (A). 

An Antient Book, containing 672 Shields 
of Arms of King Edward III., and 
Princes of the Blood Royal, Noblemen, 
and Knights, 1345—1351. Ashm. Lib., 
MS. 804. 

Collectanea de Insignibus Gentilitiis 
Nobilium Familiarum Gentis Anglorum, 
temp. Edw. III. Brit. Mus., Cott. 
MS. Tib. E. ix. 

Coats of Arms. Coloured. 14th century. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. G563. 

Collection of several hundred coats of 
arms, including all the English Nobility 
and many of the Gentry of the 15th 
century, with 19 large escutcheons of 
Kings and Emperors. About the end 
of Edw. IV. MS. No. 114. Ettington 
Hall, Co. Warwick. 

The Armoury of Nobility, wherein is con- 
tained a brief discourse of the right, 
title, claims, disposition, and reign, 
match, and issue of the Kings of Eng- 
land, with the creations of all the 
Nobility, from William the Conqueror 
to Henry V., by Robert Cooke ; 
amended by Robert Glover and Tho. 
Lant, 1589. Brit. Mus;;^MS. 4959. 

The Arms of King Henry VI., Edmond 
Earl of Lancaster, Gilbert of Clare, 
Earl of Gloster, and several other noble 
Personages. Brit. Mus. Cott. MS. 
Tiber E. yiii. f. 104. 

Arms of the Nobility and Crentry of 
England, and of many foreign Princes 
and States, coloured. Temp. Henry VI. 
Brit. Mus., Harl. MS. 521. 



Arms in colours, of Saints, Emperors, 
Kings, and English Nobility and Gen- 
try. 15th cent". Brit. Mus., Harl. MS. 
6163. 

Collection of Arms emblazoned of English 
Families, probably of those possessing 
lands or holding offices in France, 15th 
cent. Brit. Mus., Add. 11,542. 

Facsimile of a Contemporary Roll with 
the Names and Arms of the Sovereign 
and of the Spiritual and Temporal Peers 
who sat in Parliament held at West- 
minster, on the 5th of February in the 
Sixth Year of the reign of King Henry 
the Eighth, A.D. 1515, by Thomas 
Willement. Privately printed, 1829, 4P- 

Arms, in colours, of Royal Families, and 
of the Nobility and Gentry of England, 
circa, Henry VIII., by the Rev. 
William Bedford. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 18,581. 

A Collection of English Arms in Trick, of 
the time of Henry VIII. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MS. 22,468. 

Booke and Register of Arms. Fac-simile 
of an ancient heraldic Manuscript, 
emblazoned by Sir David Lyndsay of 
the Mount, Lyon King of Arms, 1542. 
Edited by D. Laing. 1822, fol. Only 
100 copies printed. 

The Blasyoure of the Armes of Kyngis, 
16th century. Brit. Mus. Royal, MS. 
18. D. II. 

Arms, chiefly of the English Nobility, in 
Colours, 16th cent. Brit. Mus. Harl. 
MS. 1922. 

Collection of Arms of English Nobility 
and Gentry, 16th century. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MS. 18,215. 

Pictures and Armes of Knights Bannerets, 
lethfcentury. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 
4205. 

Collection of Arms, in colours, I6th cen- 
tury. Brit. Mus., Harl. MS. 1503. 

Collection of Arms, in colours, by Henry 
Babington, 1550. Brit. Mus. Harl. 
MS. 838. 

Arms, emblasoned, of the nobility and 
gentry from the Trent northward, 
copied from an old roll of Sir Marma- 
duke Constable, Knt., 1558, with an 
alphabetical index of names. Brit. Mus. 
'^MS. 205, f, 241. 

The Arms of all the Kings and Queens of 
England, from the time of William the 



4S 



Aems. 



A volume formerly belonging 
Burleigh, 



Conqueror, to Queen Elizabeth, with 
the Arms of the Nobility, the time of 
their creation, and titles, all properly 
blazoned. By llobt. Cooke, Claren- 
cieux. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 4958. 

Book of Arms of the Nobility of Eng- 
land from the Conquest ; chronologi- 
cally arranged under the reigns of the 
different sovereigns to Queen Elizabeth. 
IIS. No. 234.. Woburn Abbey. 

A Collection of the Armorial Bearings of 
the Nobility and great Eamilies of 
England, from the earliest times to the 
reign of Queen Elizabeth. Society of 
Antiquaries. MS. 136, art. 9. 

Armorial l-^earings of English Nobilitv. 
Stowe MS. 208. Brit. Mus. [This MS. 
was compiled in the time of Queen 
Elizabeth, and most probably for Lord 
Burghley.] 

to Lord 
containing — 1st. Arms of 
English Knights arranged under 
counties ; 2nd Arms of Knights at the 
seige of Carlaverock ; 3rd Genealogy of 
English and French Nobility. MS. No. 
305. Lambeth Palace. 

Blason of the Armsof theEnglish Nobility, 
fe7np. Elizabeth, with their Quarterings, 
Crests, and Supporters. Brit. Mus. 
Harl MS. 216. 

Arms of English Nobility, with an account 
of Dukes made in King Edward the 
Third's time. Compiled in the reign 
of Elizabeth. Stowe MS. 256. Brit. 
Mus. 

Arms of divers of the English Nobility, 
emblasoned, time of Henry VIII. and 
Elizabeth. Brit. Mus., Lans. MS. 858. 

English Arms, coloured and in trick, with 
Arms granted by Sir Grilbert Dethick, 
Garter, temp. Elizabeth. Brit. Mus.. 
Add. MS. 26,753. 

Arms, in colours and emblazoned, of the 
English Nobility, from the Conquest to 
cirea 1572 ; apparently by " Aug. 
Sty ward " or Steward, Brit. Mus. 
Eg. MS. 2162. 

Works of Armorie, devyded into three 
bookes ; entituled, the Concordes of 
Armorie, the Armorie of Honor, and of 
Cotes and Creastes, collected and 
gathered by John Bossewell. London, 
1572, 4i^' Another edition, London, 
1597, 4°- 



Boswell's Works of Armorie, 1597, with 
coloured arms by John Cain, the herald 
of Oswestry. Hengwrt MS. 235, at 
Peniarth. 

Le Blason des Armoiries, par H. de Bard. 
Vincent, 1581, fol. 

Verses to Queen Elizabeth, by Wm. 
Teshe, 1582. Beautifully written on 
vellum, with the Koyal Arms, and the 
Arms of eighteen of the Nobility 
emblazoned. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 
3137. 

Arms of Knights before 1583. Caius 
Coll. Camb. MS. 565. 

A Boke of the Armes, and of the Cotes 
and Names of Englyshe Knvghtes, 
16th cent. Stowe MS. 210. Brit Mus. 

The Arms and Descents of all the Dukes, 
Marquises, Earls, Viscountcs, and Lords 
that have been created in England, 
from William the Conqueror to 1584. 
Tlie Arms are coloured, and the book 
neatly written. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 
6099. 

Arms of the Gentry of England, accord- 
ing to Counties, by J. Holland, 1584. 
Her. Coll. Philipot, MS. 18, w. 

Arms of the Nobility, from 1066 to 1586, 
in colours. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
5525. 

A large Collection of the Arms of the 
English Gentry, tricked, 16th cent. 
Brit. Mus., Harl. 809. 

The Blazon of Gentrie, by John Feme. 
London, 1586, 4'^- 

Arms of English Families, in alphabetical 
order of names ; " Collige et escript par 
11. Brooke, alias Rougecroix, pursu- 
uant D'armes, an°- 1587." Brit. Mus. 
Add. MS. 28,834. 

Arms and Names of Erles Marschalls of 
England, from the Conquest to 1590. 
Caius Coll. Camb, MS. 670, ff. 203, 
217. 

A Collection of Arms, with the names, 
which were truly written, and copied, 
in Sept. 1596, out of a very old roule, 
wrought in colours, on velojne. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 4965. 

Collection of Arms and Pedigrees, by 
Brooke, alias York Herald, 1598. MS. 
Lamport Hall, Co. Northampton. 

Arms of English and Irish Nobility, by 
Robt Glover. Brit. Mus., Harl. MS. 
5885. 



Arms. 



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Collection of Arms, by Robert Glover, 
Esq., Somerset Herald. MS. Vol. iii. 
Eshton Hall, Co. York. 

Names and blazon of Arms of families of 
different counties, by Samuel Todde, 
at the latter end of the reign of Queen 
Elizabeth, MS. No. 47. Ettington 
Hall, Co, Warwick. 

Arms of the Nobility and Gentry of 
England and Ireland. About A.D. 
1600. MS. in the possession of the 
Marquis of Kipon, at Studley Royal, 
Co. York. 

NotitijE et Insignia Illustrium Familiarum 
AngliiB, a temp. Edw. Conf. ad Jac. I. 
Magd. Coll. Camb. Pepys MS. 13. 

Arms of the Nobility of England, temp. 
Henry VIII. — Jac. I. Ashm. Lib. 
MS. 805. 

Arms and Crests of English Families. 
A folio, also containing several grants 
of Arms in the reign of Elizabeth and 
James I., by Camden, St. George, and 
others. The arms and crests are very 
numerous and are collected from every 
County in England. Stowe MS. 261. 
Brit. Mus. 

The Variations of the Armes, and Badges 
of the Kings of England, from the 
tyme of Brute untill y^^ present yeare 
of our Lord, 1604. By W. Segar, 
Garter king of Armes. Brit. Mus. 
Harl. MS. 6085. 

Arms and Pedigrees of the ancient nobility 
of Britain, with proper blazons from 
the Conquest to 1572, and then 
continued to 1606. MS. No. 45. 
Ettington Hall, Co. Warwick. 

Collection of Arms of the principal 
Families of England, 1607. by Scipio 
Squire. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 14,262. 

Collection of Armes, copied from the 
original of Mr. Norroy, 1607. Brit. 
Mus. Harl. MS. 6589. 

Book of the Arms of England, by Esther 
Inglis, 1609. See the Archceological 
Journal, xix. 188. London, 1862, 8o- 

Arms of English and Scotch Kings and 
Nobles, time of James I. Stowe MS. 
264. Brit. Mus. 

Arms and Pedigrees of English families 
from the Conquest to James J[. Two 
volumes. Stowe MS. 271. Brit. Mus. 

Arms of all the Nobility of England, 
from the Conquest to King James I. 
Brit. Mus. Lans. MS. 883. 



Arms, or Atchievements of the Viscounts, 
and Barons . of England, by John 
Withie. temp. James I. Brit. Mus. 
Harl. MS. 905. 

Arms and quarterings of English Nobility, 
temp. James I. MS. No. 258. Lam- 
beth Palace. 

Arms and Quarterings of the Nobility of 
England, temp. James I. Brit. Mus. 
Add MS. 14,305. 

Coats of Arms, chiefly of English Fami- 
lies, temp. James I. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MS. 12,411. 

Arms, Pedigrees, and Seals of English 
families, with grants of arms by Cam- 
den, Glover, Cook, and other heralds of 
the reign of James I. Stowe MS. 262. 
Brit, Mus. 

The Arms, partly in colours, and partly 
tricked, of divers Families, with an 
Account of the time when, and by 
whom their Patents were granted. 16th 
and 17th centuries. Brit. Mus. Harl. 
MS. 6169. 

Creations of English Nobility, and Arms 
of English Kings and Barons, from 
Edward the Confessor. MSS. 16th 
and 17th centuries, in the possession of 
the Earl of Egmont, at St. James' 
Place. 

Arms and quarterings of upwards of a 
thousand families, chiefly of the 16th 
and 17th centuries. Stowe MS. 278 
Brit. Mus. 

Arms of Nobility of England, Scotland, 
Italy, and the Netherlands, 16th and 
17th centuries. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 26,676. 

The Names, Arms, Crests, Mottoes, and 
Supporters, of the Nobility of England, 
to the year 1629. Brit. Mus. Harl. 
MS. 1114. 

A Booke of Armes, or remembrance, 
wdierein are one hundred Godly Em- 
blemata, in peeces of brasse, very fine 
graven, and adorned pleasant to be 
seen ; First by Georgetta de Montenay. 
Franckfurt-am-Mayn, 1619, 8'^- 

Arms of Wales, Salop, Herts, Bedford- 
shire, Kent, &c. 1623. Stowe MS. 
788. Brit. Mus. 

Names and Arms of Knights made from 
1485 to 1624. Brit. Mus. Cott. MS. 
Claud. C. III. 

The Arms of all the temporal Peers of 
England, according to their Precedence 



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Arms, 



in Parliament, A.D, 1628. Painted 
bv John Withie. Brit. Mus. Harl. 
MS. 1379, 

Arms of the English Baronets. Painted 
by John Withie. A.D. 1630. Brit. 
Mus. Harl. MSS. 1381,1360. 

Arms and Crests of English Baronets, 
17th century. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 
1477. 

Tricks of Arms of Baronets, from 1611 
to 1641. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 14,281. 

Arms of Baronets, A.D. 1611 to 1643. 
Caius Coll. Camb. MS. 517. 

The Arms of the Kings of England, from 
Brute to Charles I. ; togetlier with the 
Descents, Arms, Crests, Supporters, 
Quarterings, and Mottoes of all the 
Dukes, Marquesses, Earls, Viscounts, 
and Barons now extant, 1635, and since 
enlarged by John Withie. Brit. Mus. 
Harl.' MS. 1073. 

The Atchievements of the English 
Nobility, living about the 16th year of 
King Charles I., all painted with lively 
colours, by John Withie. Brit. Mus. 
Harl. MS. 1456, 

Alphabetical list of names of several fami- 
lies with the arms they severally bore 

• of all the counties in England. Liber 
Bogcri DodsivortJi, 1635. MS. C. 9. 
Campsall Hall, Co. York. 

Arms of the Archbishops, Bishops, Chan- 
cellors, Masters of the Kolls, Treasurers, 
Constables, Chief Justices, Chief 
Barons, and Admii-als of England, and 
of the Viceroys of Ireland, from the 
Conquest to the year 1636. Brit. Mus., 
Add. MS. 12,443. 

JPallasArmata, Tlie Gentleman's Armorie. 
London, 1639. 8"- 

Arms and Pedigrees of English Nobility, 
by Svlvanus Morgan, 1643. Stowe 
MS. 266. Brit. Mus. 

Arms of English Nobility in the reigns 
of James I. and Cliarles I. 2 vols. 
Brit. Mus. Stowe MS. 8. 

Armorial Bearings from 1511 to 1650. 
Stowe MS. 775. Brit. Mus. 

Arms of Oliver Cromwell and his Privy 
Councillors. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 
1460. 

A collection of coat armours belonging to 
several families of England, put into 
alphabet, by John Hopkinson, 1654. 
MS. vol. iv. Eshton Hall, Co, York. 



Arms, in trick, of various English 
Families, collected by John Brace, 
1658, with later additions and an index. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 26,757. 

The quarterings of a great many families 
copied from painted glass windows, 
tombs, and monuments of various 
kinds, in every County of England, 
time of James 1. to Charles II. Stowe 
MS. 521. Brit. Mus. 

Arms, Crests and Supporters of English 
Nobility in the reign of James I., 
Charles L, and Charles II. 3 vols. 
Brit. Mus. Stowe MS. 1. 

The Sphere of Gentry : Deduced from 
the Principles of Nature, An Historical 
and Genealogical work of Arms and 
Blazon ; In which is contained. The 
Genealogies of the Patriarchs and 
Heroes, Standards of the Jews, Hiero- 
glyphics of the Egyptians, Symbols of 
the Grecians, Arms and Ensignes of 
the English Nation, etc., by Sylvanus 
Morgan. London, 1661 fol. 

Arms and Notices of Peers of England in 
1664. Brit. Mus., Add. MS. 14,321. 

The Coats, Crests, and Supporters of most 
of the Viscounts and Barons of Eng- 
land, about 1665. Brit. Mus. Harl. 
MS. 1478. 

Arms of English Families, time of Charles 
11. Stowe MS. 267. Brit. Mus. 

Arms of English, Scotch, and Irish 
families, a large folio containing upwards 
of 2000 coats, time of Charles 11. 
Stowe MS. 279. Brit. Mus. 

The Arms of the Nobility of England, 
together with their Crests, Supporters, 
and quartered coats, collected by 
Samuel Waker, 1670. [In this vol. 
are portraits of Charles II., and of his 
Queen Catherine]. Brit. Mus. Add 
MS. 4960. 

The Arms of all the Lawyers of the 
several Inns of Court, contained in 
Dugdale's Historical Memorials. Second 
edition, with additions. Printed in 
1671. Brit. Mus. Add. MB. 26710. f. 
104. 

Sketches of Arms executed for English 
families by the heralds' officers down to 
1678. Stowe MS. 530. Brit. Mus. 

The Academy of Armory, or, a storehouse 
of Armory and Blazon. Containing 
the several variety of Created Beings, 



Arms. 



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and how born in Coats of Arms, both 

Foreign and Domestick, by Randle 

Hohne. Chester, 1688. fol. 

[The original manuscripts are deposited 

in the British Museum, Harl. MSS. 

2026—2035.] 

The Academy o£ Armory, by Eandle 
Holme. MS. Bodl. Lib. Oxford. 

Academy of Armory, by Kandle Holme. 
1701. fol. 

Alphabetical Index to the Arms in 
Holme's "Academic of Armory." Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 8861. 

Index to the Names of Persons contained 
in the Academy of Armory and Blazon, 
by Eandle Holme. London, 1821, fol. 
Only 50 copies privately printed. 

The Arms and Crests of the Members of 
the House of Commons, 1688. Brit. 
Mus., Add. MS. 26,701. 

A Catalogue of the Five Conquerors of 
this Island and their Arms ; and a 
Catalogue of the Arms belonging to 
England, with the causes of alteration 
hereof, from the reign of Edward the 
Confessor until this present year (1689) . 
Brit. Mus.StoweMS. 275. 

Arms of Lords Keepers, Justices, and 
Law Officers, 15th to 17th century. 
Caius Coll. Camb., MS. 598. 

Heraldic collections, in colours. 17th 
century. Two folio volumes in the 
possession of Sir Alex. Acland-Hood, 
at St. Audries, Co. Somerset. 

Arms in colours of English and Scottish 
Nobility ; names and arms of Foreign 
Princes, Potentates, and Nobles. MS. 
17th century. Berkeley Castle. 

A valuable Collection of the names and 
Arms of EngHsh Families, 17th 
century. Pub. Lib. Camb. MS. Ee. 
ii. 21. 

Arms of English Families, tricked, 17th 
century. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 12,472. 
Queen's Coll. Oxf., MS. xli. 

A Collection of Arms in trick, alpha- 
betically arranged, with an Alphabet 
of Arms, 17th century. Brit. Mus. 
Eg. MS. 1072. 

A Collection of Arms of Families, 17th 
century. Brit. Mus. Eg. MS. 1073. 

Coats and Crests of English families, in 
trick, earlv 17th century. " MSS. 
Taylor." "Brit. Mus. Eg. MS. 2440. 



Arms of the Ancient Nobility, with Crests, 
Supporters, etc., 17th century. Brit. 
Mus. Stowe MS. 6. 

Arms of Scotch and English Families. 
17th century. Stowe MS. 263, Brit. 
Mus. 

Arms of the Nobility of England and 
Ireland, I7th cent. Stowe MS. 652, 
Brit. Mus. 

Collection of Surnames of Families, with 
their several arms emblazoned, 17th 
cent. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 752. 

Miscellaneous Collection of Coats of 
Arms, coloured, by Withie, Bysshe, 
etc., I7th century. Brit. Mus. Harl. 
MS. 1410. 

Collection of Arms of the Nobility and 
Grentry, bv John Saunders, etc., I7th 
cent. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 1421. 

The Arms of the Kings and Nobility of 
England and Scotland, in chronological 
order, 17th century. Brit. Mus. Harl. 
MS. 4030. 

Arms, together with a short account of 
the Dukes, Marquesses, Earls, Vis- 
counts, and Barons of England, I7th 
century. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 4035. 

A Book of Arms, coloured, of the ancient 
Nobility and Gentry of England, 17th 
century. Brit. Mus., Harl. MS. 6186. 

Collections and Descriptions of Coats of 
Arms, I7th centurv. Brit. Mus. Sloan 
MSS. 77 ; 1461 ; 1928 ; 3714 ; 4912. 

Collection of Arms, 17th century. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MSS. 4967—68, 4970—73. 

Coats of Arms, in trick, of English fami- 
lies, collected about the middle of the 
17th century ; with additions by the 
Kev. D. T. Powell. Folio. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 17,439. 

Arms and Quarterings, etc. of English 
Sovereigns, by the Rev D. T. Powell. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 17,441. 

Arms of English Families, in alphabetical 
order, 17th century. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 18, 594. 

A Collection of English Coats of Arms, 
17th century. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
19,814. 

The Armes taken out of the originall 
Manuscript of Mr. John Guillim, Pur- 
suivant of Armes, out of which he 
formed the booke he Printed, Intituled. 
The Display of Heraldry. 17th cen- 
tury. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 26,681. 



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Aems. 



Arms in trick, and some in colours, of 
English families, many of them of 
London, with engraved arms of the 
City Companies of London, 17th cen- 
tury. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 26,682. 

Herald-Painter's book of English Arms, 
in trick ; with notes relating to hatch- 
ments, funeral charges, etc., 17th cen- 
tury. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 26,683. 

Ar.ns and Crests in trick, partly coloured, 
as granted to English gentlemen by 
various heralds, from the time of Henry 
V. to the middle of the 17th century. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 26,702. 

A Full Collection of Arms, in trick, of 
Eaglish families, arranged alphabeti- 
cally. 17th century. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 26,706. 

Arms of English families, in trick. 17th 
century. Belonged to Sir George 
Nayler, Garter. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
27,439. 

Blazon of Arms, and Genealogical notes 
of English Families, in alphabetical 
order, 17th century. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 30, 947. 

Catalogue of Arms of the English Nobility, 
17th cent. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
32,103. 

Arms of the Gentry of England, arranged 
by counties ; all written and tricked 
within printed Escutcheons, by John 
Saunders. 17th century. Brit. Mus. 
Harl. MS. 1457. 

Arms of English Gentry, 17th century. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 15,972. 

Arms of English gentry, and successions 
of peers, 1619. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 31895. 

The Arms of the Gentry of England, in 
alphabetical order. 17 th century. 
Brit. Mus. Lans. MS. 883, f. 122. 

Drawings of Armorial Bearings of Eng- 
lish Families since the Eevolution, 4 
volumes. Stowe MSS. 537. Brit. Mus. 

The Arms, Crests, and Supporters of 85 
Peers of England, richly emblazoned, 
and a history of the succession of the 
first eight of them, 18th cent. Brit. 
Mus. Harl. MS. 4032. 

Arms of English, Scotch, and Irish fami- 
lies, a folio of the last century contain- 
ing 884 pages and several thousand 
shields of arms. Stowe MS. 270. 
Brit. Mus. 



Arms of English Families in various 
Counties, 18th cent. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MSS. 12.442 ; 12,444 ; 12,445. 

Arms of Baronets, and other Gentlemen, 
18th cent. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
12,446. 

Notitia Anglicana ; shewing the achieve- 
ments of all the English Nobility, and 
their several titles of honour ; to which 
is added, a concise essay, on the nature, 
rise, and intent of arms and armory ; 
by Andrew Johnston, with engravings 
of the arms by Gardiner. 2 vols. 
London, 1724. 8°- 

A Collection of Arms of various English 
Commoners, blazoned by Charles Town- 
ley, A.D. 1730. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 14,832. 

Armorial Bearings from various churches, 
with a list of the places from which 
they were collected, time of George XL 
Stowe MS. 789. Brit. Mus. 

A collection of Arms taken out of 
Guillim, Ashmole, and other eminent 
heralds, containing the arms of the 
King (Geo. II.), the Eoyal Family, 
and the Peers and Peeresses of England, 
of Scotland, and of Ireland ; the arms 
of the Baronets of England, the arms 
of the Knights of the Garter ; and the 
arms, crosses; banners, &c., of the 
religious and military orders of the 
world. MS. belonging to the Marquis 
of Bute. Eccleston Square, London. 

A new and Compleat Sett of all the 
Coats of Arms of the Nobility of Eng- 
land, with the Supporters, Crests, and 
Mottoes to each Coat, by Samuel Har- 
ding. London, 1741. 4o- 

Tabulae illustres ; or the Paternal Arms 
of the present Nobility of Great Britain 
and Ireland, with their titles and the 
Stile of the Eldest Sons. London, 
1745, 12«- Another edition, 1748, 

12«- 

Tahulce Ulustres ; and a Table for ex- 
plaining the Blazon. Corrected to this 
day, April, 1. 1748. by Ej^-Cave. Lon- 
don, folio sheet. 

A Collection of the Arms and Crests of 
different families, with the date of their 
grant and confirmation in many instan- 
ces, by Charles Townley, York Herald, 
1748. 2 vols. Brit. Mus. Add. MSS, 
14,830; 14,831. 



Aems 



)8 



Arms of the English Nobility, with Sup- 
porters, Crests, and Mottos : and 
Tables of Dates to Family Honours, 
; viz. Origin, Knights, Baronets, Garters, 
K Peerage, &c., by John Millan. Lond. 
S. 1749, 80- Another edition, Lond. 
i 1752, 80- 

Arms of English nobility and gentry ; 
Residents in London and Westminster, 
with Arms ; and a List of Knights, 
1558 to 1752. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
32,102. 

Arms of the Baronets of England and 
Nova Scotia, etc., by John Millan. 
London, 1753. 8«- 

Arms of Baronets created bv Q. Anne, 
K. Geo. I. and II., 1709—1752. See 
Gentleman's Magazine, vol. xxiii. 
London, 1753. 8«- 

Amorial bearings of numerous English 
and Welsh families, about 1770. Stowe 
MS. 535. Brit. Mus. 

The ancient Arms of the Nobility as 
depicted on large stone shields in West- 
minster Abbey, by William Fox, 1774. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 29,278, f. 8. 

Arms and Devices in Painted Glass, in 
possession of the Rev. Wm. Cole of 
Milton near Cambridge, 1765, and 
and 1778. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 5834, 
ff. 194—204, 344—359, 390—399. 

A Collection of Escutcheons emblazoned 
in their proper colours, by J. Harden, 
Student in Armoury, at Petworth, 1778. 
MS. belonging to Arthur Vicars, Esq., 
F.S. A. Vicarage Library, Clyde Road, 
Dublin. 

The Arms of the Nobility of England, 
Scotland, and Ireland, brought down to 
the year 1778, engraved by Hugh 
Clark and Thomas Wormull, with the 
Mottos translated into English. Lon- 
don, 1778, 120- 

The Arms of the English Baronets and 
the Knights of the Bath, with the 
Dates of their creation, brought down 
to the present time. London, 1779. 
120- 

Arms, Crests, Supporters, and Badges of 
the Sovereigns, with the Arms of the 
Knights of the Garter, from the Crea- 
tion of the Order to the je^ 1780 ; 
begun by Sir W. Segar, and continued 
by J. Edmondson, in 21 vols, on vellum. 
Beautifully delineated in their proper 



colours. Brit. Mus. Kings MSS. 
398—416. 

Miscellaneous Collection of Coats of Arms, 
Pedigrees, etc., by William Fox, 1775 
to 1782. Brit. Mus. Add. MSS. 8939 
to 8944. 

A New and Correct Collection of Arms, 
Crests, &c., alphabetically displayed, 
with the blazoning annexed to each 
Coat ; together with a Table of Houses 
and their Distinctions, also the Metals, 
Colours, Furs, Bordures, Chiefs, Lines, 
Points of the Escutcheon, and Terms 
used in Heraldry, in a manner not 
before attempted, by Philip Bryan. 
London, 1782, fol. 

Armorial distinctions of the Principal 
Persons introduced into the Pictures 
painted by B. West, in the Audience 
Chamber at Windsor Castle, 1787 — 
1790. Brit. Mus. Kings MS. 423. 

Ancient Metallic Arms, by G. Pearson, 
1796. 

Collections of Coats of Arms of the 
Nobility and Gentry of England, Ire- 
land, Scotland and Wales. MSS., 17th 
and 18th centuries, belonging to 
Arthur Vicars, Esq., F.S. A. Vicarage 
Library, Clyde Road, Dublin. 

Arms of English Families, 18th century. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 14,322. 

Miscellaneous Collection of Arms of 
English Families, 18th century. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 14,833. 

Miscellaneous collection of Arms of 
English Families, in trick, and blazoned, 
by Sir Charles Townley, Garter King 
of Arms. The original sketches, many' 
of them apparently for patents, or 
funerals ; among them (f. 33) is a 
design of arms for the Society of Anti- 
quaries, 18th century, Brit. Mus. 
Add. MS. 14,834. 

Arms and Notices of distinguished 
English, Scotch, and Irish Families, 
18th century. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
21,372, 

Arms of English families, in colour and 
in trick, 18th century. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MS. 26,754. 

Arms of English Families, in trick, from 
Silversmiths' file-books ; with Arms in 
blazon, from Camden's grants, 18th 
century. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 

26,755 



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Abms. 



Arms, in blazon, and in trick, and 
colours, of English Families of the 
names commencing with the first letter 
of the alphabet, and a few of the 
second, 18th century. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 26,756. 

Arms of English Episcopal Sees and of 
various families, with a few genealogical 
and heraldic notes, monumental 
inscriptions, etc. 18th century. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 29,785. 

Miscellaneous English arms, for hatch- 
ments and funerals, middle of 18th 
century. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 29784. 

The Arms of the Peers, Peeresses, &c. 
of England, Scotland and Ireland, the 
Insignia of the different Orders of 
Knighthood, with the Baronets of Great 
Britain, and the Dates of their Creation. 
London [1801] 12«- 

The Principal, Historical, and Allusive 
Arms borne by Families of the United 
Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, 
with their respective Authorities. 
Collected by an Antiquary. [De La 
Motte.] With a representation of the 
Arms on Copperplates. London, 1803. 

Regal Heraldry. — The Armorial Insignia 
. of the Kings and Queens of England, 
from Coeval Authorities, by Thomas 
Willement. London, 1821, V- 

Arms of the Peers, Peeresses, etc. of the 
United Kingdom of Great Britain and 
Ireland. London, 1821, 8'^- 

Armorial insignia as used in England, 
1828. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 24,478. 

Arms of English Families, copied from 
an old manuscript, by F. Pawsey, 1831. 
Brit. Mus. Eg. MS. 2441. 

The Royal Arms of England. Showing 
the changes that they have undergone 
from the time of Af red the Great, A.D. 
872, to the accession of Queen Victoria, 
1837. Four sheets, London, H""- 

Regal Armorie of Great Britain, from the 
time of the Ancient Britons, to the 
Reign of Queen Victoria ; the Institu- 
,tion of Chivalry, and the origin of 
Emblematic Insignia, in Ancient 
Nations, by Alexander Brunet. London, 
1839, 12°- 

The Arms of the principal persons who 
appeared at the Marriage of our 
Sovereign Lady Queen Victoria with 



His Royal Highness Prince Albert of 
Saxe Coburg, etc. 1840. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MS. 21968. 

Armorial Bearings of various persons and 
places will be found in The ArchcBo- 
logical Journal. London, 1845, etc. 
8«- 

Miscellanea Heraldica. A Boke of Armes 
compiled from authentic Sources, by 
W. Partridge, 1845. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 21,968. 

Observations upon, and sketches of, the 
Royal Arms in St. Nicholas's Church, 
Great Yarmouth, by Thos. Wm. King, 
Rouge Dragon, 1847. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 27967, f. 273, &c. 

Armorial Bearings, their Use and Inherit- 
ance, by P. G. Hamerton. London, 
1851. 8«- 

A Visitation of the Seats and Arms of 
the Noblemen and Gentlemen of Great 
Britain, by Sir J. B. Burke. 2 vols. 
London, 1852, 3, 8^- Second series, 
London, 1854, 8«- 

A selection of Arms authorized by the 
laws of heraldry, by Sir John Bernard 
Burke. London, 1860. 8"- 

The National Arms of the United King- 
dom, with coloured illustrations, by 
James King. London, 1887. 8«- 

Drawings of the Armorial Bearings of the 
Dukes of Buckingham, Somerset, Devon- 
shire, and other noble and illustrious 
families of England and Ireland. 
Three hundred shields executed in 
colours, by P. Absalom. Stowe MS. 
520* Brit. Mus. 

892 Surnames of the Families whose 
Arms compose a Shield of Quarterings 
of Alliances appertaining to the most 
noble Algernon Percy, Duke of North- 
umberland, together with their 
respective blazon. See Illustrations of 
Alnwick, Prudhoe, and Warkworth. 
40. Printed for private distribution, by 
C. H. Hartshorne. 

Collection of 537 engravings of Coats of 
Arms. National Art Library, South 
Kensington Museum. 

Arms of the Royal and Noble Families 
of England and Scotland, printed, with 
explanations in MS. belonging to the 
Marquis of Bute. Eccleston Square, 
London. 



Arms. 



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Armorial of various Earls and Barons, 
blasoning their arms and quarterings, 
with names. MS. Crowcombe Court, 
Co. Somerset. 

Names and Arms of the chief families of 
Great Britain and Ireland. MS. 
Trinity College, Dublin. 

Arms of Peers, with supporters and 
mottoes. MSS. Nos. 50 and 52. 
Ettington Hall, Co. Warwick. 

Arms of Knights, Noblemen, and Gentle- 
men, of England and Ireland. Trin. 
Coll. Dubl. MSS. I. 71, 88, 98, 113, 
art. I ; F. 125. 

Arms and genealogies of English and 
Irish Peers ; grants to officers of arms, 
&c. MS. Trinity College, Dublin. 

Drawings of the Arms of Illustrious 
Families and Castles. Illuminated 
MS. No. 278. Mostyn Hall, Holy- 
well. 

Arms of the Nobility from early times. 
[There are 174 in number. The last 
two are "Robert Devereux, created 
Earl Marshal," and " Thomas, Lord 
Howard, son of Thomas, late Duke of 
Norfolk."] MS. belonging to the 
Marquis of Hertford. 

Arms, Crests and Supporters of English, 
Irish, and Scotch Nobility. Her. Coll., 
Norfolk. MS. 33; Vincent MS. 
172. 

Collections of Arms of the Nobility and 
Gentry of England, Scotland, and Ire- 
land. MSS. E. Trinity College, 
Dublin. 

Names of English and Irish Families, 
with their Arms, 3 vols. MSS. Trinity 
College, Dublin. 

A Collection of Arms in Westminster 
Abbey, on Seventy-one copper-plates. 
Folio, no date. 

Arms of the Knights Baronets. Pub. 
Lib. Camb. MS. Dd. ix. 58. 

Arms and Quarterings of Baronets. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 9372. 

One hundred arms of Baronets, by Thos. 
Wotton. 120- 

Collections of Coats of arms, mostly co- 
loured ; two volumes large folio. MSS., 
in the possession of the Marquis of 
Ripon, at Studley Royal, Co. York. 

Armorial. Two volumes foli^, in the 
possession of the Marquis of Ripon, at 
Studley Royal, Co. York. 



Collections of Arms, in alphabetical order* 

MS large folio. Lamport Hall, Co" 

Northampton. 
Collections of drawings of Coats of Arms, 

chiefly coloured. Hatton Collection. 
Alphabets of Arms, containing U2)wards 

of 50,000 Coats. See Edmondson's 

" Heraldry ; " Berry's " Heraldry," 

and Burke's " Armoury." 
Dictionary of Arms, 16th century. 2 

large folio volumes. Brit. Mus. Add. 

MSS. 18,013, 18,014. 
Alphabets of Arms of Families in various 

Counties, 16th century. Brit. Mus. 

Harl. MS. 5820; Add. MS. 14,319. 
Alphabets of Arms. Brit. Mus. Harl. 

MSS. 752, 839, 860, 899, 1051, 1090, 

1134, 2055, 2092, 2200, 5830, 5833, 

5859, 5890, 2089, 1351, 1414, 6112. 
An Alphabet of Arms, in the hand- 
writing of Sir Christopher Barker, 

Garter, with his grants at the end of 

each letter. Stowe MS. 790. Brit. Mus. 
Alphabett in Blazon p'Flower als Norreys 

Roi d'Arms. 3£S. Hatton Collection. 
Heraldic Collections, by the Rev. Wm. 

Cole ; chiefly consisting of an Alphabet 

of Arms. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 5855. 
Grafton's Alphabet of Arms. Her. Coll., 

Vincent MSS. 159, 160. 
Vincent's Alphabet of Arms. Her. Coll. 

Vincent MS. 179, P. 
Collections ofi Arms alphabetically 

arranged. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 18,594. 

Alphabets of Arms. Her. Coll. MSS. 

E.D.N. 29; 35-54. 
Transcripts of Alphabets of Arms, etc., 

from MSS. in Queen's College, Oxford. 

Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 8933. 
An Alphabet of English Arms, by Ralph 

Brooke, 1587. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 

28,834. 
Al])habet [of Arms of English Families, 

described in blazon, 16th centurv- Brit 

Mus. Add. MS. 26,703. 
Letters B and C of an alphabetical list of 

English Families, with the blazon of 

their arms, 1600. Brit. Mus. Eg. MS. 

987. 
Alphabet of English Arms, in blazon, by 

Thomas Dutton, 1603. Brit. Mus. 

Add. MS. 26,705. 
The Alphabet of Honnor : Contayning 

the proper Coates of Armes of all the 

Gentry of England, aswell Auncient as 



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Moderne ; Together with the Succession 
of all the Princes, Dukes, Marquisses, 
and Earles of this Kingdome of Eng- 
land since the Conquest, 1619. Erit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 31,895. 

An Alphabet of Arms, collected about 
the year 1628. MS. Alnwick Castle. 

Alphabet of English Arms, 17th century, 
2 vols. Brit. Mus. Add. MSS. 
26,7M; 26,745. 

Alphabet of Arms of English families to 
the letter Q., I7th century. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 26710 

Alphabet of Arms, containing " The 
Blazon of a grate many of the Coates 
of Arms of the Gentry of England." 
Two MSS. 17th century, belonging to 
Arthur Vicars, Esq , F.S.A. Vicarage 
Library, Clyde Road, Dublin. 

Five Alphabets of Arms, MSS. ]7th 
and 18th centuries, belonging to Arthur 
Vicars, Esq., F.S.A. Vicarage Library, 
Clyde Road, Dublin. 

Blazon of Arms. An Alphabet of Arms 
with some of the blazon represented in 
trick, by Alex. Deuchar. MS. 18th 
century, belonging to Arthur Vicars, 
Fsq., F.S.A. Vicarage Library, Clyde 
Road, Dublin. 

Alphabet of Arms of English Families, 
by Thomas Glynn, 17th and 18th 
centuries. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
20,024. 

An Alphabet of Arms, of English Fami- 
lies, collected by Barak Longmate, 
Engraver, 1760-1793. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MS. 30,373. 

Dictionary of Arms, British and Foreign, 
by Samuel Kent. Lond. 1717. 4P- 

A list of Printed Grants of Arms. See 
" The Genealogist," new series, vol. 
III. Loudon, 1886. 8"- 

Grants of Arms by Baker. Her. Coll. 
MSS. E.D.N. 55-58. 

Grants of Arms by Benolt. Her. Coll. 

MS. G. 4 (2). 
Camden's gifts, or a true Collection of 
such Coats of Arms and Crests as have 
been granted and allowed and confirmed 
by William Camden, Esq., alias Clar- 
enceaux Herald. Brit. Mus. Sloan 
MS. 3485. 
Collection of Arms and Crests, called 
"Camden's gifts." Brit. Mus. Harl. 
MS. 5839. 



Patents of Arms granted by William 
Camden. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 26,710. 

Grants of Arms by Camden. Brit. Mus. 
Harl. MS. 6095. Her. Coll., MSS. 
E.D.N. 55-58. 

Arms granted by William Camden, and 
Edward Bj^sshe, in trick. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MS. 26,758. 

Grants and Confirmations of Arms, by 
Cooke, Dethick, Barker, Dalton, 
Flower, Bysshe, Segar, Camden, St. 
George, etc. Brit. Mus. Harl. MSS. 
1116, 1144, 1172, 1359, 1438, 1441, 
5846, 5847. 

Grants of Arms by Dethick, Cooke, and 
Flower, from 1552-1584 ; with a few 
by Camden, and Segar, 1604-1633. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS 18582. 

Arms and Pedigrees ; consisting princi- 
pally of grants of arms by Dethick, 
Camden, Cooke, Flower, W^alker, 
Sandford, and others, 18th century. 
Brit. Mus. Stowe MS. 9. 

Grants of Arms by Cooke. Her. Coll., 
MSS. F. 13; H. 10 (2); E.D.N. 
55-58; Vincent, 198. Ashm. Lib. 
Oxf. MS. 834. 

Grants of Arms by Dalton. Her. Coll. 
MS. H. 6 (2). 

Grants of Arms by Sir Gilbert Dethick, 
who was Garter in the reign of Henry 
VIII., Edward VI., Mary, and Eliza- 
beth, with some subsequent grants by 
his son, Sir Wm. Dethick, and by Sir 
Wm. Segar, &c. Stowe MS. 791. 
Brit. Mus. 
Grants of Arms by Dethick. Brit. Mus. 
Harl. MS. 5847; Add. MSS. 12,454, 
18582. Her. Coll. Vincent MSS. 162, 
163. Qu. Coll. Oxf., MS. cxLV. 
Grants of Arms by Flower. Ashm. Lib. 
Oxf., MS. 834. Her Coll., MS. H. ii. 

(2), 
Grants of Arms by Glover. Ashm. Lib., 

MSS. 834, p. I., 844, art. ii. 
Grants of Arms by Harvey. Her. Coll., 

MSS. 2, H 5 ; H 10 (2) ; Vincent 

169. 
Grants of Arms by Hawley. ^Her Coll., 

MS. H. 5 (2). 
Aspidora Segariana, or the grants and 

confirmations of arms by Sir William 

Segar, Knt. Garter King at Arms, 

temp. James I. and Charles I. Brit. 

Mus. Add. MS. 12225. 



Abms. 



5? 



k 



A collection of Arms, coloured, chiefly 
granted or allowed by Sir William 
Segar, principal King of Arms. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 4966. 

Grants of Arms by William Segar. Brit. 
Mus. Harl. MS. 6140. Her. Coll. MSS. 
E.D. N. 55—58 ; M. 2. 

Grants of Arms by Walker, Brit. Mus. 
Add. MS. 14,294. 

Grants of Arms by Henry VI. to Eton 
College ; to St Nicholas', or King's 
College, Cambridge ; to Koger Keys 
and his Brother and Descendants ; and 
to Nicholas Cloos. See Excerpta 
I£istorica,hj Samuel Bentley. London, 
1831, 8«- 

Grants of Arms, by divers Kings at Arms, 
and tricked by John Gough the 
Paynter-Stayner, 15th, 16th and 17th 
centuries. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 1422. 

Book of Kegistration of all Grants of 
Arms, from the reign of Edw. VI. 
Coll. of Arms, Dublin. 

Grants of Arms, from Edw. I. to Eliza- 
beth. Qu. Coll. Oxf. MS. CXL. 

Grants of Arms, and Patents of Creations, 
Edw. IV. to Eliz. Brit. Mus., Harl. 
MS. 4900. 

Grants of Arms, principally temp. Eliza- 
beth. Qu. Coll. Oxf., MS. CXLY. 

Docquets of Patents for Arms from 35th 
of Henry VI. to 45th of Elizabeth. 
The grants are by Guy an, Bichmount, 
Carlisle, Dethick, Camden, and others, 
in the reigns of Elizabeth and James 
I. Stowe MS. 259. Brit. Mus. 

An alphabetical list of arms granted since 
A«- 10. Eliz. Brit. Mus. Cott. MS. 
Faust. E. ii. 

Notices of patents of arms, granted in 
the years 1540-1565, and in 1590. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 16,940. 

Arms and Crests granted to divers Per- 
sons, 1574-1597. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
14,297. 

Names of Persons who obtained Grants 
of Arms, from 10 Eliz. to the year 
1600. Brit. Mus., Cott. MS. Faust. 
E. ii. f. 223. 

Grants of Arms, from Edw. III. to 
Chas. I. Qu. Coll. Oxf., MS. cxxxix. 

Arms of English and Irish Families. A 
collection of grants of Arms from 
Edward III. to Charles I. Stowe MS. 
269. Brit. Mus. 



Grants of Arms, from 33 Eliz. to 8 
Chas. I. Qu. Coll. Oxf., MS. cxxxyii. 

Collection of Grants by many noble men 
in England, with their arms delineated ; 
and descents of certain noble families, 
taken from charters, and ancient seals, 
with an index of names, by Nicholas 
Charles, Lancaster Herald, 1611. 
Brit. Mus. Cott. MS. Jul. C. Yir. 

Grants of Arms, 16th and 17th centuries. 
Ashm. Lib., MS. 858. 

Grants of Arms by various Heralds, from 
the reign of Elizabeth to A.D. 1686. 
Brit. Mus., Add. MSS. 14,293, 14,295. 

Memoranda of grants of Arms in the 
16th, 17th, and 18th centuries. 3vols. 
MSS. in the possession of the Marquis 
of Eipon, at Studley Eoyal, Co. 
York. 

Arms, Patents, and Pedigrees ; a collec- 
tion of Patents and Grants of Arms 
from the time of Glover to Sir John 
Vanbrugh, 1715. Brit. Mus. Stowe 
MS. 10. 

Grants of Arms. Qu. Coll. Oxf., MS. 

CXLYI. 

Grants of Arms to Joseph Stubbs, of 
Warrington ; Dorothy Smallshaw, of 
Polton-le-Moors ; Eichard Withington 
Bromley Sanderson, of Cheetham ; 
Thomas Grazebrook Eylands, of High- 
fields ; Isaac Parker, of Moorhouse 
Hill ; and Gilbert Greenall, of Walton 
Hall. See " The Genealogist," vol. iy. 
London, 1880, 8«- 

Grants of Arms to Andrew Dominick, 
Peter Legh, Eichard Boughey Monk 
Lingard, the Descendants of Eoger 
Eowson Lingard, the Descendants of 
Thomas and Alexander Lingard, Mary 
Lingard, Albert Wood, and John 
Leyland. See " The Genealogist," 
vol. 5. London, 1881, 8«- 

An Alphabetical Dictionary of about 
50,000 Coats of Arms belonging to 
Families in Great Britain and Ireland, 
upon a new plan (Prospectus), by J, 
W. Papworth. Lond., 1857. S'>- 

Alphabetical Dictionary of Coats of Arms 
belonging to Families in Great Britain 
and Ireland, forming an extensive Or- 
dinary of British Armorials upon an 
entirely new plan, by John W. Pap- 
worth, edited by Alfred W. Morant. 
London, 1874, 8° 



5§ 



Arms* 



An Alphabetical Dictionary of Coats of 
Arms of Families, States, Towns, etc., 
in Europe (Great Britain excepted) ; 
being a comprehensive Ordinary of 
Foreign Heraldic Bearings. Collected 
and arranged by Alf . Wm. Morant. 5 
vols, large folio. Brit. Mus., MSS. 
81960—3196^. 

An Ordinary of Arms, by W. Berry. See 
his " Encyclopoedia Heraldica," vol. 
I, 

Copy of a Roll [or Ordinary] of Arms in 
the hands of Wm. Jenings, Chester 
Herald, time of Henry VII. The 
original roll was most ■prohably made 
in the time of Edward III. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MS. 12224. 

The Ordinary from Mr Thomas Jenyns' 
Booke of Armes. Edited by James 
Greenstreet. See Walford's Antiqua- 
rian. Vols. Yiii — X. London. 1885, 
&c. 8"- 

Ordinary of Arms, by Robert Glover. 
Brit. Mus., Cott. MS. Tiber. D. x ; 
Harl. MSS. 1392, 1459. 

An Ordinary of English Arms, in trick, 
enlarged from Glover's work, with an 
index, 1719. Brit, Mus., Add. MS. 
26,690. 

An Ordinary of Arms, augmented and 
improved by Robert Glover. See " A 
Complete Body of Heraldry," by J. 
Edmondson, vol. i., 1780, fol. 

Ordinary of Arms by Gervase Holies. 
Her. Coll. MS., E.D.N,, 21. 

A n Ordinary of A rms, emblazoned, time 
of Henry VIII. Brit. Mus., Lans. 
MS. 858. 

Ordinarie Coates of Armes of sundry 
surnames, in colours, circa Henry 
VIII. Brit. Mus., Add. MS. 5848. 

Flower's Ordinary of Arms. A copy of 
the original, the accuracy of which 
appears from the inscription, " Bridie 
Id. Feb. A.D. 1578 par moy William 
Fflower, alias Norroy Roy d'armes ; 
R. Glover, Somersett." Brit. Mus. 
Stowe MS. 200. 

An Ordinary of Arms in Colours, by 
Thomas Chaloner, 1588, Brit. Mus., 
Harl. MS. 1465. 

Ordinaries of Arms, by Smith and 
PhiHpot. Her. Coll., E.D.N. 22. 

Vincent's Ordinary of Arms. Her. Coll. 
Vincent MS. 178. 



Ordinaries of Arms. Brit. Mus., Harl. 
MSS. 1078, 1387, 1404, 1409, 2021, 
2212, 5803, 1458, 4146. 

Ordinaries of Arms of Families of various 
Counties, 17th century. Ashm. Lib., 
Wood MS. 8468. Brit. Mus., Add. 
MSS. 14,320, 19,521, 19,522. Her. 
Coll. MSS. E.D.N. 21, 22, 23. 

Torr's Ordinary of Arms, 18th century. 
Brit. Mus , Eg. MS. 2575. 

Collections for an ordinary of English 
arms, 18th century. Brit. Mus., Add. 
MS. 24,853, 

Ordinary of Arms. Heraldic MS. with 
arms in trick, from the Library of J. 
R. Blanche, Somerset Herald. 2 vols., 
now in the possession of Arthur Vicars, 
Esq., F.S.A. Vicarage Library, Clyde 
Road, Dublin. ' 

Roll of Battle Abbey, or a List of the 
Principal Warriors who came over frona 
Normandy with William the Conqueror 
and settled in this Country, A.D. 1066 
— 7, with the Arms of the Principal 
Barons in gold and colours. Single 
sheet. 

The Roll of Battle Abbey, annotated, by 
John Bernard Burke. London, 184^, 
160- 

Roll of Battle Abbey 1066. Arms of the 
Principal Knights at the Battle of 
Hastiness, by Arthur P. Harrison. Lon- 
don (1859), 4«- 

Roll of Arms of ' Ye Barons who obtained 
Magna Charta, 1215.' Single plate, 
40. 

Magna Charta Regis Johannis, A.D. 
MCCXV., with the arms emblazoned 
in gold and colours, by J. Whit taker, 
1816. 

Fac-simile of the Magna Charta of King 
John, A.D. 1215, with the Arms of the 
Barons, by J. Pine, London. 

Fac-simile of the " Magna Charta Regis 
Johannis, June 15th, 1215." With 
the Names and Arms of the Witnesses, 
Published by J. Nethercliff and Son, 
London. ^* 

Fac-simile of the Magna Charta of King 
John, 1215, with the Seals of the 
King's Securities, and Shields of ye 
Barons in Arms. Published by John 
Camden Hotten, afterwards by Chatto 
and Windus, London. 



AftMS. 



» 



Historical Essays on the Magna Charta 
of King John, with Explanatory Notes 
and Heraldic Devices, by 11. Thomson. 
London, 1829, 8"- 

Eoll of Arms of Henry III., 1245, with 
letterpress. Nine plates, 4'*- 

lloll of Arms of the reign of Henry III., 
in colour, with descriptions in French 
and English. Vellum roll. Brit. 
Mus., Add. MS. 29,796. 

Three Rolls of Arms of the latter part of 
the thirteenth century, together with 
an index of names and an alphabetical 
ordinary of the coats. Edited for the 
Society of Antiquaries, by W. S. 
Walford and C. Spencer Perceval. 
London, 1864, 4"- 

A Roll of Arms of the Thirteenth Cen- 
tury, with Introductory Remarks by 
Weston Stjdeman Walford. Archceo- 
logia, vol. 39. 

Roll of Arms, known as the Roll of King 
Henry III., emblazoned by Arthur P. 
Harrison. London, (1848*^?) 4P- 

Glover's Roll of Arms of the reign of 
King Henry III. Edited by G. J. 
Armytage. 1868, 4^- 

Les Armes de noble Chivaliers, quefurent 
al tornement faict a Donstaple, 7 Hen 
III. Brit. Mus. Sloan MS. 1301, 
art. 82. See also Nichols " Coll. Top. 
et Gen." vol iy. p. 389. 

Charles' Roll of Arms of the Reigns of 
Henry III. and Edward I., edited by 
George J. Armytage. Privately 
printed. 

Scotland in 1298. Documents relating to 
the Campaign of King Edward the 
First. Edited by Henry Gough. 
Paisley and London. 1889. 4<'- [Contains 
two copies of the Roll of Arms of the 
Commanders on the English side, and 
copies of two Rolls of their Horses, 
forming a kind of Army List.] 

Names and Arms of the Nobles who were 
with King Edw. I. at the siege of 
Karlaverock, 1300. Brit. Mus. MSS. 
Harl. 7H, f. 33 ; 1068 f . 1 ; 1196 f . 53 ; 
1408 f. 143 ; 1487 f. 37*'- ; 2000 f. 23 ; 
2213 f. 28 ; 4033 ; Calig. A. xviii. f . 
21 ; Lans. 209 f . 267 ; Add. 5848 f, 
155 ; 21968 f 312. 

The siege of Carlaverock in tli^ xxyiii. 
Edward L, A.D. MCCC , with the 
Arms of the Earls, Barons, and Knights 



who were present on the occasion. By 
N. H. Nicolas. London, 1828, 4P- 

The'^Roll of Arms of the Princes, Barons, 
and Knights who attended King 
Edward I. to the Siege of Caerlaverock 
in 1300, edited from the Manuscript 
in the British Museum, with a transla- 
lation and notes, by Thomas Wright. 
London, 1864, 4o- 

Roll of Karlaverock, coni aining the banners 
and shields of the Knights in Arms at 
the siege of 10th July, 1300. Em- 
blazoned by A. P. Harrison, etc. 
London, 1846, 4^- 

Two Rolls of Arms of King Edward I., 
with some Prefatory Remarks, by 
Charles Spencer Perceval. Archceologia^ 
vol, 39. 

Rolls of Arms, time of Edward L, etc, 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MSS. 6589, 1446. 

A Roll of Arms of Peers and Knights in 
the Reign of Edward II., by Sir 
Nicholas Harris Nicolas. London. 1828, 
4Q- 

Roll of the A rms of the Knights at the 
Tournament at Stepney, 2. Edw. II. 
See Nichols, " Coll. Top. et Gen." vol. 
IY. p. 61. 

Names and Arms of the Knights at the 
Tournaments of Dunstable, temp. Edw. 

II, and III. Brit. Mus. Harl. MSS. 
1068 f. 6—18 14081 141. 2213 f 24. 
6148 f. 144^- 6589 f . 99. Add. MS. 
5848 f 145 Otho D. iy. f. 92. Lans, 
MS. 860 f 9. 

Rolls of Arms of Peers and Knights in 
the Reigns of Henry III. and Edward 

III. by Sir Nicholas Harris Nicolas. 
London, 1828, 8o- 

Roll of Arms of the Reign of Edward III. 
in the possession of Stacy Grimaldi, 
Esq. See Nichols' "Coll, Top, et 
Gen." vol. ii. Printed separately in 
1835. 

Arms of Knights with Edward III. at 
Calais. MS. E. Trinity College, Dublin. 

Theis be the names and armes, as well of 
noble men and knightes, as were with 
the noble and victoriouse prince Kinge 
Edward the 3. in his warres in Fraunce 
and Normondy, as also at his victory 
of Cane and Callis. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS, 16,940. 

The Names and Arms, coloured, of the 
principal Captains as well as Noblemen 



60 



AfeM^. 



as Knights, that were with Edw. III. 
at the siege of Calais, 1345 ; together 
with the Arms of many of the ancient 
NobiUty. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 6595. 

Catalogue of the Names and Arms of the 
principal Captains, as well Noblemen as 
Knights, which were with King Edward 
III. at the Siege of Calais. Ashm. 
Lib. Wood MS. 8547. 

'• The names of the lordes and captens 
that weyr sleyn and dront on the sey at 
the sege of Callas [1347], w*^^ mony a 
man mo off worschip," witli their arms. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 29,502. 

Calais Eoll of Arms. Brit. Mus. Cott. 
MS. Tiber. E. ix, Harl. MS. 1156 ff. 
82—6. 

Nomina et Insignia gentilitia Nobilium 
Equitumque sub Edvardo primo rege 
Militantium, accedunt classes exer- 
citus Edvardi tertii regis Caletem 
obsidentes, edidit E. R. Mores. Oxon, 
1748. 4"- Printed for private dis- 
tribution. 

The Third Calais Eoll of Arms. See 
"The Antiquarian Magazine and Biblio- 
grapher," vol. I. London, 1882. 8«- 

Names and Arms of those who were with 
Henry V. at the Siege of Rouen, anno 
1418. Her. Coll. Vincent MS. 50. 

The names of them that were with the 
King Henry the V. at the siege of 
Roane. Brit. Mus, Add. MS. 19,208. 

The Rouen Roll of Arms, by James 
Greenstreet. See Notes and Queries, 
sixth series. Vols, ii, iii. 1880, 1881. 

Roll of Arms of the Prince of Wales, and 
the Nobility of England, in colours. 
14th century. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
29,505. 

Roll of Arms of the reign of Richard IL, 
edited by Thomas Willement. Lon- 
don, 1834. 4^- Another edition, 
1843. 40- 

Roll of Arms of King Richard II., em- 
blazoned by Arthur P. Harrison. 
London, (1848?) 4«- 

The Military Rolls of Arms. Temp. 
Henry VI. By James Greenstreet. 
See •' The Antiquarian Magazine and 
Bibliographer," vol. iv. London, 1883. 
80' 

Roll of Arms of English Nobility, Knights, 
etc., 15th century. Society of Anti- 
quaries, MS. 17. 



Roll of Arms containing 24 emblazoned 
coats on vellum, 15th or early 16th 
century. MS., belonging to Arthur 
Vicars, Esq., P.S.A., Vicarage Library, 
Clyde Road, Dublin. 

Facsimile of a Contemporary Roll wdth 
the Names and Arms of the Sovereign 
and of the Spiritual and Temporal 
Peers who sat in Parliament held at 
Westminster, on the 5th of Feb. 1515. 
By Thomas Willement. 1829. 4"- 
The arms are printed in colours, and 
the work was limited to 50 copies. 

Religious Orders. — Arms of the Knights; 
a roll of vellum, 16th century. Belong- 
ing to the Marquis of Bath. Longleat, 
Co. Wilts. 

Roll of Arms of Peers, temp. Henry 
VIII., by Thomas Willement. Lon- 
don 1828 obi. fol. 

Roll of Arms of English Nobility from 
1066 to 1580. Contains arms in trick 
and notices of each person. MS. belong- 
ing to Arthur Vicars, Esq., F.S.A., 
Vicarage Library, Clyde Road, Dublin. 

Roll of Arms of the English Nobility, 
time of Elizabeth. Brit. Mus., Harl. 
MS. 2116. 

The Nobility Rolls of Arms, by James 
Greenstreet. See Notes and Queries, 
5th series, vols 5 to 8. 

The Gentry Roll of Arms, by James 
Greenstreet. See " Tha Antiquarian 
and Bibliographer," vol. ii. London, 
1882, 80- Brit Mus., Harl. MS. 6137. 

Copies of old and authentic Rolls of 
Arms of Kings, Barons, and Knights, 
16th century. MS. No. 16 Wrest 
Park, Beds, 

The Boroughbridge Roll of Arms. Edited 
by James Greenstreet. See The 
Genealogist. New series, vols. 1 and 2. 
London. 1885. 8°- 

The Camden Roll of Arms, by James 
Greenstreet, Published by the British 
Archaeological Association, 1882, from 
the original MS., Cott. Roll, xv. 8. 
Brit. Mus. 

The " Camden " Roll of Arras as an 
Ordinary. Edited by James Green- 
street. See " The Genealogist," vol. 
3. London, 1879. 8o- 

The " Dering " Roll of Arms, edited by 
James Greenstreet and Charles Russell. 
See " The Reliquary," vols, xvi, xvii, 
xviii. London, 1875. 8°- 



Arms. 



61 



The " Falkirk " Roll of Arms, by James 
Greenstreet. See " The Reliquary," 
vol. XYi. London, 1857, 8°- Brit. 
Mus. Harl. MS. 6589. 

The Harleian Roll of Arms, by James 
Greenstreet. See " The Genealogist," 
new series vol. iii. London, 1886, 8"- 

Holland's Roll of Arms. See "The 
Antiquarian Magazine and Biblio- 
grapher." Vol. I. London, 1882, 8"- 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 4033, fol. 60. 

The " Nativity " Roll of Arms, temp. 
Edward I., by James Greenstreet. See 
"The Reliquary," vol. xv. London, 
1874, 8«- 

Philipot's Roll of Arms. See " The 
Antiquarian Magazine and Biblio- 
grapher," vol. I. London, 1882, 8«- 

Blanche's Roll of Arms. Edited by James 
Greenstreet. See " The Genealogist," 
vol. iii. London, 1886, 8"- 

Notes on the Foreign Coats in Blanche's 
Roll of Arms, by G. W. Watson. The 
Genealogist, new series, vol. yi. Lond. 
1890, 8«- 

The Poivell Boll. Copy of a Roll of Arms, 
in colours, of English families, 1345 — 
1351 ?, in the Ashmolean Library, 
Oxford. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 26,677. 

The "Segar" Roll of Arms as an Ordinary. 
Edited by James Greenstreet. See 
" The Genealogist," vol. it. London, 
1880, 80- 

The Rows Rol, containing Armorial 
Bearings of the English Nobility. This 
Rol was laburd and finished by Master 
John Rows of Warrewyck, with intro- 
duction by W. Courthope, Esq. London, 
1845, 4P- Only 100 copies of this 
heraldic work was printed. 

Rows Roll. This celebrated roll is in the 
library at Kimbolton Castle, and a 
duplicate in the Heralds' College, 
London; another in the British Museum, 
Lansd. MS. 882. 

Roll of the Earls of Warwick, by John 
Rous. Copied by Wm. Dugdale. Oxf. 
Ashmole MS. 839. 

The "Warwicke Roll of Arms." See 
Archceological Journal, vol. x., 261. 
London, 1853, 8'^- 

Roll of Arms ; wherein are tha» Arms of 
the Kings of England, from Edward 
the Confessor and the old Arms of 
France and Spain ; together with the 



Arms of the Earls of Chester. Brit. 
-Mus. Harl. MS. 2116. 

A Role of Armes wrought on vellum in 
coUers, being sometime in the hands of 
Clarenceulx [Richard] Lea, 17th cen- 
tury. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 26,690. 

Arms of Abbies, Monasteries, and other 
Religious Houses, Sees in England and 
Ireland, Universities, Schools, Public 
Hospitals, Inns of Court, Counties, 
Cities, Boroughs, Societies, Trades, etc. 
etc. See Edmondson's " Body of 
Heraldry.'" — Dugdale's " Monasticon.'^ 
—Tanner's " Notitia:' 

Arms of English Sees, impaled, with the 
Coats borne by those Archbishops and 
Bishops that sat in the House of Lords 
in 1735. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 14,829. 

Arms of English Episcopal Sees, and of 
various Families, with a few genea- 
logical and heraldic notes. Monumental 
inscriptions, etc. 18th century. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 29, 785. 

Arms of Sees, Cathedrals, and Families 
of England. MS. Trinity College, 
Dublin. 

Arms of Religious Houses in England, by 
the Rev Wm. Cole, 1765. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MS. 5819, f. 211. 

Arms and Ensigns belonging to Religious 
Houses. Brit. Mus. Lans. MS. 865, f. 
16. 

Arms of Sees, Colleges, Towns, etc. Her. 
Coll. MS. M. 5. 

Arms of Monasteries in the Diocese of 
Norwich. See Index Monasticus, by R. 
Taylor. London, 1821, fol. 

Arms of the Archbishopricks, and Bishop- 
ricks of England according to their 
several ranks. Brit. Mus. Lans. MS. 
883, f. 103. 

Arms of Archbishops and Bishops, by 
Robert Glover. Brit. Mus. Lans. MS. 
872, f. 75. 

Arms of the Archbishops, Bishops, etc. 
from the Conquest to the year 1636. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 12,443. 

The Arms of the Archbishops of Canter- 
bury, down to Matthew Hutton, ob. 
1758. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 26,752. 

Arms, etc. of the Archbishops of Canter- 
bury, from Lanfranc to John Moore. 
Lamb. Lib., MS. 555. 

The Armorial Bearings of the Arch- 
bishops of Canterbury. See Lambeth 



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Aems. 



Palace and its Associations, Appendix 
C, by J. Cave-Browne. London, 1883, 

The Blazon of Episcopacy, by the Rev. 
W. K. Riland Bedford."^ London, 1858, 
80. 

Arms of the Episcopates of Great Britain 
and Ireland, emblazoned and ornamented 
by Albert H. Warren, with an Intro- 
ductory Notice and Heraldic Notes by 
the liev John Woodward. London, 
1868, 8^- 

Arms of Bishops and their Sees, Abbies, 
Priories, etc. Her. Coll., MSS. L. 8, 
10 ;M. 5. 

Grants of Arms to Bishops and certain 
Clergymen. Ashm. Lib., Wood MS. 
8569. 

Arms of Cities, Bishops, etc. Trin. Coll. 
Dubl. MS. I. 17. 

Ecclesiastical Armorial of England, Wales, 
Scotland, Ireland, and the Colonies. 
See Crockford's Clerical Directory ; and 
the Clergy List. London, 1889, etc. 8 "• 

English and Scotch Arms, time of George 
II., containing the arms of Bishops, 
Abbots, Monasteries, Colleges, Inns of 
Court, Hospitals, Cities, &c. Stowe 
MS. 268. Brit. Mus. 

Arms of the College of Physicians, and 
the Members of it, 1666. Brit. Mus. 
Sloan MS. 4000. 

Arms of Cities and Corporations, I7th 
century. Brit. Mus. Eg. MS. 1073. 

The Emperial Achievement of our Dread 
Soveraigne King Charles, together with 
the Armes, Crests, Supporters, and 
Mottowes of all the several Companies, 
and Corporations of the famous Citty 
of London ; as they now bear them. 
London, n.d. 4"- 

Arms, in trick, of all the Companies of 
London, and of the Chief Corporations, 
or Cities, of England, 17th century. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 472. 

Arms of the Companies of the City of 
London, and some Foreign Arms. Brit. 
Mus. Sloan MS. 4011. 

Description of England in 1588, with 
coloured views of the chief towns, etc. 
by William Smith. London, 1879, 4°- 
This is a fac-simile of Sloan MS. 2596 
in the British Museum ; and contains 
the Arms of the English Counties and 
Principal Nobility. 



Atlas of Europe, by Joannis Blaeu. [Vol. 
V. is devoted to England, and contains 
the arms of the Counties, Colleges, and 
Nobility, in colours.] Amst. 1662, fol. 

The Arms, or Common Seals, of all 
y® Cities and Borough Towns in Eng- 
land and Wales, with a brief Account, 
as far as could be procured, of their 
Foundation, Government, &c., by 
William Jackson. London, 1714. fol. 

Anns of Towns, Cities, Keligious Houses, 
etc. Brit. Mus., Add. MSS. 5819, f, 
211 ; 9372 ; 6331, ff, 1, 51. 

Britannia depicta ; or, Ogilby Improved, 
by John Owen, (Arms of Towns, 
Peers, Bishoprics, etc). 3 vols, London, 
1736. 8«- 

Arms, in colours, of the Counties of 
England, by Arthur P. Harrison. 
London (1850?) 4"- 

Description of the Arms of the Counties, 
Towns, and Boroughs in England and 
Wales. 1848, IQ^- 

Topographical Dictionary of England and 
Wales, by S. Lewis. 7 vols. London, 
1849—50, 4'^- Contains the Arms of 
the Cities, Boroughs, Bishoprics, 
Universities, and Colleges, and the 
Seals of the various Municipal 
Corporations. 

Wapenboeck, ou armorial de 1334 — 1372, 
contenant les npms et armes des princes 
Chretiens, ecclesiastiques et seculiers de 
I'Europeet particulierement de I'Empire 
d'Allemagne. Par Gelre, Heraut 
d' Armes [i.e. — Heynen], public par M. 
Victor Bouton. 4 vols. Paris, Brux. 
1881—86, fol. 

Armorial de France, Angleterre, Ecosse, 
Allemagne, Italic, etc., compose vers 
1450 par Gilles le Bouvier. from the 
original MS., by M. Vallet. Paris, 
1866, 8«- 

Arms, coloured and emblazoned, of princes 
and nobles of France, England, Spain, 
and other countries, preceded by an 
introduction on the science of heraldry; 
compiled by Francquevie, ^ herald of 
Valenciennes, 1485. Brit.* Mus. Eg. 
MS. 1644. 

Arms, in blazon and colours, of princes 
and " seigneurs a banieres," of France, 
England, Burgundy, Netherlands, 
Germany, Spain, and Portugal, 1482 — 
1504. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 26,700. 



Arms. 



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Le Blason d'Armes : par le Sieur de 
Maumetz and de Bancourt. Et aussi, 
Aiiltres Traictez concernant I'origination 
de liois d' Armes, Herauldz d'Armes. 
(fee, I'an 1540. Brit. Mus. Eov. MS. 
20 B XYi. 

Den Waepen-Boeck van Gunslo Billet, 
Aut Schepen der Stede van Ghendt ; 
anno 1662. Containing arms in colours 
of the principal royal and noble families 
of Europe, circa 1540 — 1550. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 21,937. 

Wappenbuchlein zu Ehren des Komischen 
Kay. und Bii. Mt. etc. sampt andorn 
der Furnemsten auslandischen Kiini- 
greichen Sovil derselben Wappen 
zubekhumen sind gewesen durch, by 
Virgil Solis. Nurmberg [1560?], 4«- 
Reproduced in facsimile. 

Wappenbucli des heiligen Romischen 
Reichs und allgemainer Christenheit in 
Europa insonderheit des Teutschen 
Keyserthumbs. By M. Schrot. (About 
1000 coloured Coats of Arms ) Miinchen, 
1581, fol. 

Description of the Arms of Royal and 
Princely Houses of Europe. 16th 
century. Brit. Mus. Eg. MS. 1906. 

Arms in colours, of the Electors of 
Germany, and of Princes and chief 
Nobility of France, the Low Countries, 
England, Spain, Russia, Poland, etc., 
with "L'Arbre de Jesse" and " L'Arbre 
de Noblesse," compiled in the time of 
the Emperor Charles V. 16th century. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 18,610. 

Armoiries des Priucipales Puissances. [In 
colours.] Paris, single sheet. 

The ensigns and arms of several empires, 
kingdoms, principalities, dukedoms, etc. 
in alphabetical order. IIS. No. xix. 8. 
Towneley Hall, Burnley. 
, Arms, in colours, of Kingdoms of Europe 
p- and Asia, l()th century. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MS. 26,707, f. 18 b. 

Arms of the Emperors of Germany, 
Abyssinia, and Constantinople ; of the 
Kings of France, England, Spain, &c. ; 
and of the Dukes, Princes, and • Gentry 
of France and Normandy, coloured, 
16th century. Brit. Mus. Cott. MS. 
Tiber. D. ii. . 

Book of Arms, in colours, Oriental and 
European, 17th century. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MS. 15,694, 



Arms of the Kingdoms and principal 
Nobility of Spain, France, Italy, 
Germany, Netherlands, Poland, Den- 
mark, Bosina, Servia, Wallachia, etc. 
17th century. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 
1039. 

Arms, in colours, of the reigning 
Sovereigns of Europe, with some others, 
as the Earl of Warwick, Count 
Mazarino, etc. 17th century. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 14,325. 

Collection of Arms, in trick, chiefly Foreign, 
but also containing some Scotch and 
Irish ; early 17th century. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MS. 15,096. 

Armorial Universel, contenant les Armes 
des principales Maisons, Estatz et 
Dignitez des plus considerables Roy- 
aumes de I'Europe, par C. Segoing. 
Paris, 1634, fol. 
Others editions in 1654 and 1660. 

Le Nouveau Armorial Universel; con- 
tenant les Armes et Blasons des Maisons 
Nobles et Illustres de France, et autres 
Royaumes et Estats de I'Europe, etc. 
par Claude Le Cellyer. Paris, 1663, fol. 

Recueil des Armoiries des Roj's, Princes, 
Dues, Comtes, Marquis, Barons, 
Seigneurs, Yilles et Noblesses de France, 
Angleterre, Italic, Allemaigne, Pay-bas, 
Espagne, et autres Provinces de 
I'Europe, par F. Maurice du Pre. 1639. 
folio. Brit. Mus. Eg. MS. 886. 

Das erneurte Teutsche Wappen-buch, in 
welchem dess H. Romische Reichs 
Potentaten Fiirsten, Namen Wappen, 
etc. By Johann Siebmacher. Continued 
by P. Fiirst. Niirnberg, 1655—67. 
obi. 4P- 

^rneuert-und vermehrtes Wappen-Buch, 
Herrschafften in Kupffern vorgebildet, 
[by Johann Siebmacher, continued by 
P. Flierst], und vormalens in fiintf 
anjetzund in sechs Theilen benebenst 
einem Anhang (" Des itzt-herrschenden 
Europaeischen Staats neu-eroffneter 
Wappen-Spiegel ") auf das Neue 
verfertiget, etc. Niirnberg, 1696, 97. fol. 

Das grosse und vollstiindige anfangs 
Siebmacherische, hernacher Fiirstische, 
und Helmerische, nun aber Weigelische 
Wappen-Buch in Sechs Theilen, nebst 
einer Vorrede J. D. Kohlers. By 
Johann Siebmacher. Supplement 1 — 4. 
Niirnberg, 1734—65. fol. 



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Arms. 



Le Blason de la noblesse ou les preuves 
de noblesse de toutes les nations de 
I'Europe, par Claude FrancisMenestrier. 
Paris et Lyon, 1683, 12<'- 

Giuoco d'Arme dei Sovrani e degli Stati 
d'Europa. da Bernardo Griustiniani. By 
Claude Oronce Fine Brianville, Abbe. 
Napoli, 1692. 32o- 

Jeu d'armoiries des souverains des etats 
d'Europe, par Brianville. Lyon s. d. 
8«- 

Coloured arms of Sovereigns and of States. 
MS. belonging to the Marquis of Bath. 
Longleat. Co. Wilts. 

Arms of the Emj)eror, and many other 
princes of Europe, with those of the 
Archbishops, Bishops, Princes, Towns, 
and Nobles of various parts, delineated 
in colours. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 
6154. 

Arms of Patriarchs, Princes, Abbots, etc. 
Her. Coll., Vincent MS. 153. 

Arms of Emperors, foreign Kings and 
Princes, coloured By Henry Lily. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 6119. 

An Album of Autographs and Arms richly 
emblazoned, which belonged to Frederic, 
Count Palatine, and his son Charles 
Lewis. Brit. Mus. Kings MS. 436. 



Drawings of the Arms of various Foreign 
Noblemen and Gentlemen, chiefly 
German and Italian. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 4976. 

Arms in trick of Princes and Nobles of 
Ireland, Germany, Spain, Portugal, 
France, Italy, and Poland. MS. No. 
39. Wrest Park, Beds. 

Miscellaneous coats of arms in trick of 
Foreign Nobility. MS. No. 307. 
Lambeth Palace. 

One hundred and Sixty Coats of Foreign 
Shields of Arms, drawn and coloured by 
a German artist. Obi. S*^- n.p., n.d. 
National Art Library, South Kensington . 

Notes and sketches of arms found in 
JVl anuscripts in the British Museum, the 
Bodleian Library, the Fitzwilliam Muse- 
um at Cambridge, the National Library 
at Paris, etc., by John Holmes, in four 
volumes, containing French, Italian, 
English, Spanish, German, and Flemish 
coats, 19th century. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MSS 20,754—20,757. 

A Collection of Foreign Coats of Arms, 
alphabetically arranged by Alfred 
William Morant. 4 vols Brit. Mus. 
Add. MSS. 31,965—31,968. 



Crtsts. 



Crests of several families. Her. Coll. 
MSS. M. 12 ; Vincent 168. 

English and Scotch Crests. Stowe MS. 
527. Brit. Mus. 

Two Ordinaries of Crests, tricked by John 
Withie. Brit. Mus. Harl. MSS. 1388 ; 
1475. 

A Collection of Crests of the Nobility 
and Gentry, drawn and etched by 
William Sharp, Herald-Painter. Lon- 
don, 1778, 4P' 

Book of Ornamented Crests by J. Lock- 
ington. London, 1791. 4'^- 



Elven's Heraldry, comprising upwards of 
2500 different Crests, selected from 
Nisbet, Guillim, Mackenzie, Edmond- 
son, and Others, from the Crusades 
down to the present time. Also the 
different Terms, with remarks and 
observations, by J. P. Elven, London, 
1815. 120- 

British Crests : containing the Crests and 
Mottoes of the Families of Great 
Britain and Ireland, together with those 
of the principal Cities ; and a Glossary 
of Heraldic Terms, by Alexander 
Deuchar. 2 vols. Edinburgh, 1817, 8o- 



Crests 



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Crests of the Nobility and Gentry of the 
United Kingdom of Grreat Britain and 
Ireland, by F. Knight and J. liumley. 
London, 1827. 4^ 

The Book of Family Crests, comprising 
nearly every family bearing, with the 
surnames of the bearers, their mottos, 
etc., by J. P. Elven. 2 vols. London, 
1828. 12^- 

The Heraldry of Crests : containing 
upwards of three thousand five hundred 
crests illustrative of those borne by 
twenty thousand families, by J. P. 
Elven. London, 1829. 12'- 

Book of Family Crests, 4000 engravings. 
Explanations, Surnames, Grlossary, 
Index, etc., by J. P. Elven. 2 vols. 
London, 1838. 12''- 

The Book of Family Crests, accompanied 
by upwards of four thousand engravings, 
a dictionary of Mottos, an essay on the 
origin of Arms, Crests, and a glossary 
of terms by J. P. Elven. Sixth edition. 
London, 1851. 8'^- 

8th edition enlarged. Lond. 1856. S^- 
9th edition enlarged. Lond. 1859. 

The Book of Family Crests. [A. republi- 
cation of J. P. Elven's " Heraldry of 
Crests," with many additions]. Tenth 
edition much enlarged. 2 vols. Lon- 
don, 1862. 8°- 



Book of Family Crests and Mottoes, 
4000 engravings printed in colours, by 
- T. CuUeton, of Cranbourn street, 
London. 

The Be ok of Family Crests ; comprising 
nearly every Family Bearing properly 
Blazoned and Explained, by H. Wash- 
bourne. London, 1840, 8'"- Another 
edition, 2 vols. Lond. 1862. 8"^ 

Crests of the Families of Great Britain 
and Ireland. By James Fairbairu. 
Edited by Joseph Maclaren. 2 vols. 
Edinburgh, 1860, 8''- 

Royal Book of Crests of the Families of 
Great Britain and Ireland, Dominion 
of Canada, India, and Australasia, 
derived from the best authorities and 
family records. 2 vols. London, n.d. 
S''- [This is a new edition of Fair- 
bairn's Crests.] 

Illuminated Crest Book,^ or repertorium 
for monograms, crests, etc. London, 
1867, 4'^- 

Knight and Rumley's Heraldic Illustra- 
tions of Crests and Fancy. Edin. 
(1870) 40- 

Knight and Butters' Crests of Great 
Britain and Ireland, Dominion of 
Canada, India and Australia, derived 
from best Authorities. Edited by 
Joseph MacLaren. 2 vols. Lond. 
[1885], 80- 



JlDttOtS. 



Lists of Mottoes. See Edmondson's 
"Body of Heraldry." Berry's "Ency- 
clopoedia Heraldica," vol. i. liobson's 
" British Herald," (Supplement). 

On Mottoes of arms, by several learned 
antiquaries and heralds. Brit. Mus. 
Cott. MS. Faust. E. y. 149. 

Symbola Heroica : or the Mottoes of the 
Nobility and Baronets of Great Britain 
and Ireland. London, 1736, 12°- 

One hundred and twenty- six.Sepulchral 
Mottos ; consisting of original verses, 
ete. London, 1819, S^- 



One hundred and forty- seven sepulchral 
mottos, etc. Second edition, London^ 
1820, 8"- Privately printed for the 
Author. 

A Translation in Verse of Mottoes of the 
Nobility and Peers of England and 
Scotland, by Amicus. 2 \»ols. London, 
1825, 80- 

The Book of Mottoes, borne by Nobility 
and Gentry, Public Companies, Cities, 
etc. Selected from the •' Book of 
Family Crests," and other sources, 
London, 1851, I6''- 



Mottoes. 



A Hand-Book of Mottoes borne by the 
Nobility, Gentry, Cities, Public Com- 
panies, etc., by C. N. Elvin. London, 
18G0, 80- 



New Readings for the Motto of H.ll.H. 
tlie Prince of Wales and for his plume 
of Ostrich Feathers, by Dr. William 
Bell. 2 Parts. London, 1861—62, 8«- 



Stub. 



Class-Catalogue of Seals in the British 
Museum. 2 vols. fol. Not published. 

Catalogue of Peals in the Department 
of Manuscripts in the British Museum, 
by W. de Gr. Birch, Printed by order 
of the Trustees. 2 vols. London, 1887. 
8^- 

Descriptive Catalogue of Casts of Seals, 
by John Doubleday. MS. Brit 
Mus. 

Lists of Seals in the British Museum. 
See R. Sims's " Hand-Book," pp. 78, 
274, 276. 

List of Seals added to the British Museum, 
since 1851. '^qq Archceological Journal. 
vol. X. p. 11. 

The Great Seals of England from the 
time of Edward the Confessor to the 
reign of William the Fourth, with his- 
torical and descriptive notices, by Edw. 
Edwards, and engraved by Ihe process 
of Achilles Collas. Lond, 1837, fol. 
See also Wailly's EJemens de Paleo- 
graphie, ii. Paris, 1838, 4^- 

The Great Seals of England from the 
earliest period to the present time, 
arranged and illustrated with descrip- 
tive and historical notes, by Alfred 
Benjamin Wyon, completed by Allan 
Wyon. London, 18«7. fol. 

Great Seals of England, see F. Sandford's 
Genealogical History of England. 
Lond. 1707. fol., and Speed's History 
of Great Britaine. 3rd edition. Lond. 
1634. fol. 

Soals of the Sovereigns of England, see 
Tresor de Numismatlque et de 
Glyptlque, par M. C. Lenormant. 
Paris, 1834—37. fol. 



On the Great Seals of King Edward the 
Confessor, William the Conqueror, 
William XL, Henry L, and Stephen, 
by Walter de G. Birch. Reprinted 
from the Transactions of the Ro3^al 
Society of Literature. 

Notice sur les Attaches d'un Sceau de 
Richard-coeur-de-Lion, par M. Leopold 
Delisle. Paris, 1854, 8o- 

On the History of the Great Seals of 
England, especially those of Edward 
III., by Robert Willis. Reprinted 
from the Archaeological Journal, vol. ii. 
Lond. 1846, 8^'- 

Remarks on one of the Great Seals of 
Edward the Third, by the Rev. W. H. 
Gunner. Reprinted from the Archaeo- 
logical Journal, No. 31. The same 
with additional observations by W. S. 
Walford. 

The Seals of Henry YI. as King of 
France, by A. B. Wyon. See Journal 
of the ArclicBological Association., vol. 
40. London, 1884, 8o- 

Seals of the Sovereigns of England from 
Edward the Confessor to Henry VIII. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 5950. 

The Seals of the Kings of England, from 
Edward the Confessor to King James 
I. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 39. 

Drawings of seals and arms of sovereigns 
and nobility of England, by Nicholas 
Charles, Lancaster herald, A.D. 1611. 
Brit. Mus. Cott. MS. Jul. G. vii. 

On the Great Seals of James I., and 
Charles I., by Walter de G. Birch. 
Reprinted from the Journal of the 
British Archaeological Association, 
1870. 



Seals. 



67 



The Opening of the Great Seal of Eng- 
land ; Containing certain brief, 
historical and legal Observations, 
touching the Original, Antiquity, Pro- 
gress, Use, Necessity of the Great Seal 
ofthe Kings and Kingdom of England, in 
respect of Charters, Patents, Writs, Com- 
missions, and other Process, by William 
Prynne. Lond. 1643. Lord Somer's 
Tracts 3rd Collection, vol. i. Lond. 
1751, 4<«- 

Jus Sigilli, or the Law of England, 

touching the Great Seals, the Privy 

Seals, the Exchequer Seals and the 

-Signet, by J. Brydale. Lond. 1673. 

240- 

A Dissertation on the Antiquity and Use 

I^L of Seals in England. Collected by J. 
^ Lewis, 1736. Lond. 1740. 4P- 

A paper on the General Arrangement of 
Seals. See Archaeological Journal, vol. 
VIII. p. 74. 

Eeraarks on the Seals of the Barons of 
England, by Sir N. H. Nicolas. Lon- 
don, 1826. 4P- 

Observations on Seals, by Sir Henry Ellis. 
Printed in the Archdologia. vol. xviii. 
p. 12. 

figlish Seals, by Walter de Gray Birch. 
See Knight's English Cyclopaedia. 
Arts and Sciences. Supplement. Lond. 
1873. 4«- 

On dated Seals, by H. Syer Cuming, Esq. 
See the Journal ofthe British Arch- 
aeological Association^ xxvi. 213. Lon- 
don, 1870. 8;- 

On the Seals of Pichard, Duke of Glou- 
cester, and other Admirals of England, 
by Thomas J. Pettigrew. See Collec- 
tanea Archaeologica. vol. i. Lond. 
1861. 4«- 

Recueil des Sceaux du Moyen Age, dits 
Sceaux Gothiques. Par Boullemier. 
Paris, 1779. 4*^- 

Notices of Mediaeval Seals, by Albert 
Way, and W. S. Walford. See The 
Archaeological Journal, vols, viii ; 
x. ; xi. ; xiii. ; xiv. ; xv. ; xviii. Lond. 
1848-61. 80- 

Examples of Mediaeval Seals preserved at 
Wisby in Gottland, by the Rev. Fred- 
erick Spurrell. See the Archcsological 
Journal, xii. 256. , 

Remarks on Personal Seals during the 
middle Ages, by T. Hudson Turner. 



Seethe Archaeological Journal, v. 1, 7. 
Lond. 1848. S''- 

Early Armorial Seals by W. S. Ellis, see 
The Genealogist, new series, vol. v. 
Lond. 1888. 8o- 

A Collection of engravings and drawings 
of ancient seals of English Kings, 
celebrated personages, religious houses, 
private families, etc. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 21,056. 

Sigilla Antiqua: Engravings from Ancient 
Seals attached to Deeds and Charters 
in the Muniment Room, of Sir Thomas 
Hare, Bart, of St owe Bardolph, with 
descriptions by the Rev. J. H. Dashwood. 
Stowe Bardolph, 1847, fol. Privately 
printed. 

Copies of Ancient Seals and Charters, 
with a few Drawings of Arms, bv Lake 
Allen. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 8157. 

Aspilogia : by John Anstis, Garter King 
at Arms, with Original Drawings of 
Seals, copies of Ancient Deeds, etc. 2 
vols. Brit. Mus. Stowe MSS. 289. 

Drawings of Ancient Seals, Coins, etc. 2 
vols. Brit. Mus. Stowe MSS. 290. 

Notice of Dr. Rawlinson's collection of 
Seals at the Bodleian Library. See 
Archaeological Journal, xix, 369. 
Lond. 1862. 8o- 

Calendar of Seals of Ancient Charters in 
the Treasury Room of Canterbury 
Cathedral. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
26,759. 

Seals of Civil Corporations, by Joseph 
Hunter. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 24,480. 

On Seals of the Corporation of Canterbury, 
and of the Free Grammar Schools of 
Southampton and Crewkerne, by H. 
Syer Cuming, Esq. See the Journal 
of the British Achceological Associ- 
ation, xxviii, 347. 

Ecclesiastical Seals. See Notitia Mo- 
nastica ; by John Tanner. Nasmith's 
edition. Camb. 1787, fol. 

The Seals of English Bishops, by W. H. 
St. John Hope. Lond. 1887, 8"- 

Drawings of Seals of the Cathedral and of 
the Dean and Chapter of Ely. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 21,056. 

The Seal of Cardinal Andrea de Valle, 
A.D. 1517, with remarks on some 
other Cardinals' seals of that period, by 
C. Drury E. Fortnum. Archaologia, 
vol. 50. London, 1887, 4°- 



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Seals. 



Eemarks on the Discovery of the Ancient 
Seal of the Archdeaconry of North- 
ampton, with Kemarks on the subject 
of Ecclesiastical Seals in general, by the 
Eev. A. W. Brown, 1845. 

Medals, Coins, Great Seals, ImpressionvS 
from the Works of T. Simon, chief 
Engraver of the Mint to Charles I. 
By Geo. Vertue. Lond., 1753, 4^- 
Second edition, London, 1780, 4"- 

Dactyliotheca, by the Hon. R. C. Neville. 
Privately printed. 

Register of Detached Seals, Numbered 
XLVii. 1 to 2453, by Henry Laing, with 
an index of names. MS. Brit. Mus. 

Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Seals, 
mostly Scottish, by Henry Laing. MS. 
Brit. Mus. 

Descriptive Catalogue of Impressions from 
Ancient Scottish Seals, Royal, Baronial, 
Ecclesiastical, and Municipal. Embra- 
cing a period from A.D. 1094, to the 
Commonwealth, by Henry Laing. 
Edinb. 1850, 4o- 

Supplemental Descriptive Catalogue of 
Ancient Scottish Seals, Royal, Baronial, 
Ecclesiastical, and Municipal. Embra- 
cing the period from A.D. 1150 to the 
18th century, by Henry Laing. Edinb. 
1866, 4'^- 

Selectus dijDlomatum et numismatum 
Scotise thesaurus, bv James Anderson. 
Edinb. 1739, fol. 

Diplomata Scotia? ex Archetyphis in 
Bibliotheca Thomse Astlei, Arm. 
asservatis. Brit. Mus. Stowe MS. 504. 

An Account of the Seals of the Kings, 
Royal Boroughs, and Magnates of 
Scotland, by Thomas Astle. Lond. 
1792, fol. 

An Account of the Seals of the Kings, 
Royal Burghs, and Magnates of Scot- 
land, by Thomas Astle, Esq. See 
Vetusta Monumenta^ vol. iii. Published 
by the Society of Antiquaries. Lond. 
1796, fol. 

Draughts of Seals belonging to the 
Nobility of Scotland. Brit. Mus. 
Harl. MS. 6107. 

Abstracts and copies of Charters relating 
to Scotland, with drawings of the Seals, 
by Sir James Balfour, dated at Stirling, 
1602. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 4693. 

Catalogue of Seals connected with 
Wales, in the Museums of Swansea, 



Caernarvon, and Ludlow, by R. Ready. 
See " Archseologia Cambrensis," third 
series, vol. 6. Lond. 1860. 8o- 

Calendar of Foreign Seals, see Class • 
Catalogue of Seals in the British Mu- 
seum. Not published. 

Sigillologia. Being some account of 
tlie Great or Broad Seal of the Con- 
federate States of America, by Joannes 
Didymus. Washington, 1873. 8''- 

Papal Bulls, see Class-Catalogue of Seals 
in the British Museum. 

Dactyliotheca seu annulorum sigillarium 
quorum apud priscos tam Grajcos quam 
Romanos usus promptuarium. By 
Abr. Gorlseus. Leyden, 1601. 4"- 
Other editions in 1672 and 1695. 

Orbis Literatus Germaino-Europseus, in 
Synopsi reprsesentatus. J. G. Hagel- 
gan. [Numerous woodcuts of Seals of 
Universities and learned Corporations.] 
Francof. 1737. fol. 

Osservazioni istoriche sopra i Sigilli 
antichi dei secoli bassi. By Domenico 
Maria Manni. 30 vols. Firenze, 1739- 
86. 4«- . ^ ^ 

Recueil de Documents et de Memoires 
relatifs a I'Etude speciale des Sceaux. 
Published by the " Societe de Sphra- 
gistiques." Paris. 

Les Sceaux, par M. Lecoy de la Marche. 
[An illustrated history of Seals.] Paris, 
1889. 

Austria ex Archivis Mellicensibus 
illustrata. By Hueber. Contains above 
400 engravings of Seals. Lipsic, 1722, 
fol. 

Drawings of Seals of Kings and Dukes 
of Bohemia, with Municipal and 
Ecclesiastical Seals of Prague and Eger. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 19,998. 

Archives de I'Empire. Collection de 
Sceaux, par M. Douet d'Arcq. 3 vols. 
Paris, 1863—1:868, 4P- 

Inventaire des Sceaux de I'Artois et de la 
Picardie, par G. Demay. Paris, 1877, 
40. 

Seals of Brittany. See Histoire de 

Bretagne, par D. G. A. Lobineau. 2 

vols. Paris, 1707, fol. 
Sceaux et blasons de la ville de Melun, 

par Eugene Gresy. Melun, 1863. 8o- 
Recueil de Sceaux Normands et Anglo- 

Normands. par A. L. D' Anisv- Caen. 

1834. obi. 4°- 



Seals. 



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Sigillographie de la Normandie (Eveche 
de Bayeux,) par M. Paul de Farcy. 
Caen 1875. 4«- 

Inventaire des Sceaux de la Normandie, 
par. Gr. Demay. Paris, 1881. 4P' 

Sigillographie de Toul, par C. Robert. 
Metz, 1868. 4«- 

De Veteribus Germanarum aliarumque 
Nationum Sigillis, cura. J. M. Heinec- 
cii. Franc, et Lips. 1709. fol. 

Pen-and-ink drawings of Imperial, Epis- 
copal, Monastic, and other Seals, from 
Henry V. of Germany [1106] to 1749, 
with drawings of Monumental Brasses, 
1744. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 24,181. 



Drawings of Seals, being chiefly those of 
the noble families of the Netherlands 
and the Rhenish Provinces, with de- 
scriptions in Latin or German. 18th 
century. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
27,345. 

Sigilla Comitum Flandriae et Inscriptiones 
Diplomatum ab iis editorum ; cum 
expositione historica, by 0. Vredius. 
Brugis. 1639. fol. 

Sceaux des Comtes de Flandre et Inscrip- 
tions des Chartres par eux publiees, 
par, Oliv. Vredius. Bruge, 1641. 
fol. 



^^bigms. 



Class-Catalogue of Manuscripts relating 
to Heraldry and Genealogy in the 
British Museum, 6 vol^ fol. Not 
published. 

Class- Catalogue of Biography, Notes and 
Genealogies in the British Museum, 7 
vols. Not published. 

For single pedigrees, see Class-Catalogue 
of Biography and Genealogy, and 
Indexes to Additional MSS. in the 
British Museum ; Sims's Index to the 
Heralds' Visitations ; and Marshall's 
Genealogists' Guide to Printed Pedi- 
grees. 

Pedigrees of Noble Families related to the 
Blood Royal, time of Henry VII. See 
Nichols' Collectanea Topographica et 
Genealogica^ vol i. 

Pedigrees from the Plea Rolls. See 
Nichols' Collectanea Topograpliica et 
Genealogica, vol. i. pp. 128, 254. 

Pedigrees of families in various Counties 
out of Records of the King's Bench and 
Common Pleas. MS. circa 1600. 
Crowcombe Court, Co. Somerset. 

A pedigree from Adam to the year A.D. 
688. A roll about 50 feet long^ written 
in English about the beginning of the 
15th century. Belvoir Castle. 



Long pedigrees of British Kings down to 
Cadwallader ; and extracts from 
Chronicles. A vellum roll, 14tli 
century, belonging to the Marquis of 
Bath. Longleat, Co. Wilts. 

Genealogies of Anglo-Saxon, Danish, 
Anglo-Norman, and Welsh Princes and 
Kings, and of English Dukes and Earls, 
16th century. MS. vol. xlvii. Lord 
Calthorpe's Library, Grosvenor Square, 
London. 

Genealogies of the Princely Families of 
Jerusalem and Neighbourhood. See 
Mecueil des Historiens des Croisades. 
Published by the Academic Royale des 
Inscriptiones et Belles Lettres, vol. 2. 
Paris, 1841, etc. fol. 

Pedigrees of several noble families whose 
founders came into England with 
William the Conqueror, and of some 
others. MS. No. XL. 3. Townley Hall, 
Burnley. 

Pedigrees of Baronial and other Norman 
and English families, etc., by the Rev. 
R. W. Eyton. Brit. Mus. Add. MSS. 
31,938—31,942. 

Pedigrees of English Nobility, with 
coloured Coats of Arms ; entitled 
" Baronagium Anglise 1597. Magnatum 



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PEDiaEEES. 



scillicet illius Regni Stemmata recen- 
tiora, ad consanguinitates affinitatesque, 
per intermixta Connubia discernendas, 
delineata." 3£S. No. 278. Lambeth 
Palace. 

Pedigrees of all that ever were Barons of 
this Kingdom. Her. Coll , MS. H. D. 
N. 18. 

Pedigrees of old Barons bj tenure. Her. 
Coll. MS. F. 2. 

Pedigrees of the Barons of England in 
the reigns of Henry III., Edward I., 
and Edward II. MS. No. 233. Mostyn 
Hall, Holywell. 

Pedigrees of English Barons. Bodl. Lib. 
MSS. 4144—4148. 

Pedigrees of Knights, by Kobert Cooke. 
Her. Coll. Vincent MS. 46. 

Catalogue of Knights, with their Pedi- 
grees, made from the 1st year of Charles 
II. to Queen Anne. Collected by Peter 
Le Neve. Brit. Mus. Harl. MSS. 
5801, 5802. 

Pedigrees of the Knights made by Charles 
II., James II., William and Mary, and 
Anne, by Peter Le Neve. Edited by 
Geo. Wm. Marshall, Harleian Society^ 
vol. vii. London, 1869, 8o- 

The Arms and Pedigrees of 216 Baronets 
of England. Jesus Coll. Oxf. MS. 

LXXI. 

Pedigrees of Baronets, time of James I., 

and Charles I. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 

5188. 
Pedigrees of Baronets created by Chas. 

II., Jas. II., Will, and Mary, Will. 

III., and Queen Anne, by Peter Le 

Neve. Her. College. 
Genealogical notes and pedigrees of the 

families of Baronets, by Joseph Hunter, 

19th century. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 

24,455. 
Collections of Genealogies, for the most 

part of Bishops and Authors. Ashm. 

Lib. Wood MS. 8469. 
Genealogical tables of some of the old 

Nobility of England. Brit. Mus. Cott. 

MS. Jul. F. IX. 
Arms and descents of several noble 

families, 16th century. Brit. Mus. 

Cott. MS. Titus B. VIII. 
Pedigrees of English Kings and Nobility, 

in the handwriting of Lord Burleigh. 

MS. No. 302. Lambeth Palace. 
Pedigrees of Peers living in 1587. Brit. 

Mus. Harl. MS. 806. 



Pedigrees of English Families, compiled 
about 1587. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
12,471. 

Arms and pedigrees of noble English 
families from the Conquest to Eliza- 
beth. Stowe MS. 415. Brit. Mus. 

Pedigrees of the Nobility, written in 
Queen Elizabeth's reign. MS. No. 2. 
Peniarth. 

Pedigrees of families in London and else- 
where. Temp. Eliz. MS. Crowcombe 
Court, Co. Somerset. 

Arms and Pedigrees of English Families, 
with a copious index, 16th century. 
Brit. Mus. Stowe MS. 4. 

Collection of Pedigrees and Arms, 16th 
century. MS. No. 24. Wrest Park, 
Beds. 

Pedigrees and Arms, in colours, of the 
Kings of England and Wales, the 
Nobility and many of the Gentry, anno 
1600. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 6156. 

Pedigrees of the English Nobility com- 
piled in the year 1600. Brit. Mus. 
Eg. M8. 987. 

Genealogies and arms of the Kings and 
Nobles of England down to and inclu- 
ding the reign of James 1. MS. No. 20. 
Wrest Park, Beds. 

Pedigrees of the English Nobility, time of 
James I. Jesus Coll. Oxf. MS. lxxxi. 

The intermarriages and descents of many 
English Families, derived from original 
authorities, time of James I. Stowe 
MS. 525. Brit. Mus. 

Extracts from original visitations of forty 
English counties, in the reign of James 
I. and Charles I. Stowe MS. 787. 
Brit. Mus. 

Arms and Pedigrees of English families, 
the writing is of the reign of Charles I. 
Stowe Mfc. 781. Brit. Mus. 

English Pedigrees, with grants of Arms, 
etc. from the vear 1200 to 1630. Brit. 
Mus. Stowe MS. 257. 

Catalogue and pedigrees of English 
Nobility, 16th and 17th centuries. MS. 
in the possession of the Marquis of 
Eipon, at Studley Koyal, Co. York. 

A Collection of Genealogyesof y® Famelyes 
of seuerall Countyes. With the Arms 
in trick, and the autographs of Henry 
Ball, Windsor Herald, and Peter Le 
Neve, ISorroy. 17th century. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 32659. 



PEDiaEEES. 



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Ancient Pedigrees of English Nobility, 
with grants of Arms, etc. 17th century. 
Brit. Mus. Stowe MS. 5. 

Pedigrees and notes of various families, 
English and Welsh, 17th century. MS. 
No 170. Mostyn Hall, Holywell. 

Pedigrees of English Families, 17th 
century. Qu. Coll. Oxf. MS. lxxiv. 

English Pedigrees, 17th century. Brit. 
Mus. Stowe MS. 2. 

Pedigrees of English Families of various 
Counties, 17th century. Brit. Mus. 
Eg. MS. 1095 ; Add. MS. 12,474. 

A Collection of descents of several northern 
families who have been active against 
the Scots ; with other memorials relat- 
ing to them, 1668. MS. vol. xi. Eshton 
Hall, Co. York. 

Pedigrees of English Peers to the year 
1780. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 14,835. 

English Pedigrees, with copies of Ancient 
Deeds, from the reign of Edward I., on 
which the Pedigrees are founded, 18th 
century. Brit. Mus. Stowe MS. 3. 

Pedigrees of British Noble Families. MS. 
18th century, belonging to Arthur 
Vicars, Esq. F.S.A. Vicarage Library, 
Clyde Road, Dublin. 

Pedigrees, copies of inquisitions, extracts 
from visitations, and other papers 
relating to various families, 19th 
century, 2 vols. Brit. Mus. Add. MSS. 
23,688, 23,689. 

The auncient descent of divers noble and 
worthie howsen and gentlemen of great 
worshipp springing from them, with the 
coats of arms. MS. No. 141. Mostyn 
Hall, Holywell. 

Pedigrees of English Nobility. Bodl. 
Lib. MS. 5022. Ashm. Lib. MS. 831. 

Papers relating to family history, prin- 
cipally pedigrees of noble families, MS. 
vol. XXI. belonging to the Marquis of 
Bath. Longleat, Co. Wilts. 

Collection of Pedigrees and Descents of 
many Noble Families ; mostly, if not 
all, allied to the House of Norfolk, with 
the Arms painted, and illustrated with 
Notes and Narrations. Brit. Mus. 
Harl. MS. 1411. 

The Genealogies of many Ancient Families 
in England. Trin. Coll. Dubl. MS. I. 
104. . 

Miscellaneous pedigrees, and various 
genealogical notes of many noble 



families in England, with an alpha- 
betical index. Brit. Mus. Cott. MS. 
.Faust. E. ii. 

Collections of pedigrees and arms of the 
Nobility and Grentry of Yorkshire, 
Lancashire, Cumberland, Westmoreland, 
etc. MSS. C. 10 ; 11. Campsall Hall, 
Co. York. 

Arms and Pedigrees of English families. 
Stowe MS. 653. Brit. Mus. 

A Book of Pedigrees of several of the 
Gentry of England. Ashm. Lib. Wood 
MS. 8465. 

Arms and Pedigrees of Anglo-Irish 
Families, 17th century ; with a catalogue 
of the chief Governors, Lieutenants, 
Lord Justices and Deputies to the year 
1584. Brit. Mus. Stowe MS. 7. 

Genealogical tables of families in England 
and Ireland. MS. Trinity College, 
Dublin. 

Collections of Genealogies and Arms of 
English and Irish Families. MSS. E. 
Trinity College, Dublin. 

Pedigrees, genealogies, obits, and heraldic 
collections, relating to English and 
Irish Families. MS. Trinity College, 
Dublin. 

English and French Nobility. A large 
volume in the handwriting of William 
Glover, Somerset Herald, containing 
genealogies and arms of English and 
French nobility. MS. No. 257. Lambeth 
Palace. 

Pedigrees of Foreign Princes, shewing 
their relation in degrees of kindred to 
Anne, queen of James I. In the hand- 
writing of Lord Burleigh. MS. No. 
299. Lambeth Palace. 

Pedigrees of English and French nobility, 
partly in the handwriting of Lord 
Burleigh. MS. No. 313. Lambeth 
Palace. 

Pedigrees of English, French, Spanish, 
Italian, German, and Flemish Families, 
partly in the handwriting of Lord 
Burleigh. MS. 318. Lambeth Palace. 

Arms and Pedigrees of English, Scotch, 
and Foreign Nobility, 16th and 17th 
centuries. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 26,676. 

Pedigrees, with coloured arms, of the 
Royal Families of Europe, and of the 
Noble Houses of Germany, the Low 
Countries, and Italy. Dutch, circa 
1700. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 12,480. 



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Pedigeees. 



Etude sur les Genealogies Bibliques, par 
L'Abbe de Broglie. Privately printed, 
1888. 

Pedigrees of Huguenot Families, by M. 
Gr Wynne- Griffith. See The Antiquarian 
Magazine, vol. yii. p. 10. London, 
1885, 8«- 

Collections of Eiehard Bagot, containing 
genealogies of Barons, Earls, Gentry, 
etc. of England. 16th century. il!f>S^. 
belonging to Lord Bagot. Blithefield, 
Co. Stafford. 

Manuscript Pedigrees, by Sir Thomas 
Banks. 3 vols, circa 1790 — 1820, in 
the possession of Arthur Vicars, Esq. 
F.S.A. Vicarage Library, Clyde Koad, 
Dublin. 

Bell's Genealogical Collections. 5 vols. 
MSS. Alnwick Castle. 

Pedigrees of the Sovereigns and Nobility 
of England, by William Berry. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 15,450. 

Genealogical collections of Sir W. Betham, 
entitled " Chaos," relating to English 
and Irish Families, and containing 
pedigrees, monumental inscriptions, 
collections for a peerage and baronetage 
of Ireland, etc., 19th century. Four 
volumes. Brit. Mus. Add. MSS. 
23,684—23,687. 

Pedigrees and arms of more than four 
hundred English families, by Wm. 
Camden. Stowe MS. 522. Brit. Mus. 

Camden's Visitation of England, a tran- 
script of the reign of Charles II. with 
additions from 1615 to 1650. Stowe 
MS. 524. Brit. Mus. 

Descents of English Families, by Wm. 
Camden. Bodl. Lib., MS. 4162. 

Pedigrees of English Families, in the 
handwriting of Nicholas Charles. Qu. 
Coll. Oxf. MS. Lxxi. 

Genealogies of Princes and Nobles of 
England, Scotland, Ireland, etc., by 
Kobert Cooke, Clarencieux, 1574. MS. 
E. Trinity College, Dublin. 

A Collection of Arms and Pedigrees 
extracted from Visitations of y® several 
Counties of England, made about y« 
year MDCCXX, by Eobert Dale, 
Kichmond Herald ; with an index, by 
lioger Huggett, 1759. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MSS. 25,133—25,138. 

Genealogical Collections, by Sir Simon 
D^Ewes. Brit. Mus. Harl. MSS. 380, 
381. 



^aronagium Genealogicum^ or the 
Pedigrees of the English Peers, deduced 
from the Earliest Times of which there 
are any attested Accounts, including 
as well Collateral as Lineal Descents. 
Originally compiled by Sir William 
Segar, and continued to the Present 
Time, by Joseph Edmondson. 5 vols. 
London, 1764, fol. A Supplemental 
volume in 1784. 

Baronagium Genealogicum, by Joseph 
Edmondson, with many valuable manu- 
script additions by Francis Hargrave. 
British Museum Library. 

Genealogical Collections by Henry Ferrers, 
of Badsley Clinton in Warwickshire, 
Esq., and James Strangeman, Esq. in 
the time of Q. Elizabeth. Brit. Mus. 
Lans. MSS. 860, a. b. 

The Pedigrees of North of England 
Families, by Joseph Foster. In pro- 
gress, 1889. 

Pedigrees from Gascoigne and others. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 32,114. 

Genealogies of England by Glover, Somer- 
set Herald. MS. Trinity College, 
Dublin. 

Pedigrees of the Noble Families of Eng- 
land, by Kobert Glover. Ashm. Lib. MS. 
799. Brit. Mus. Lans. MS. 205, art. 3. 

Pedigrees of various Families, by Robert 
Glover, 16th century. Qu. Coll. Oxf. 
MS. cl. 

Robert Glover's Book of Pedigrees, Arms, 
and Notes relating to the English 
Nobility. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 807. 

Succinct Genealogies, by Robert Halstead- 
London, 1685, fol. 

Pedigrees and proofs of Halsted's Genea- 
logies. MS. No. 56. Ettington Hall, 
Co. Warwick. 

Pedigrees of English Families, by Clarence 
Hopper. Brit. Mus. Add. MSS. 
28,015—28,017. 

Pedigrees of various Counties, by Joseph 
Hunter, 19th century. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 24,456. 

Miscellaneous Genealogies, collected by 
Joseph Hunter at Bath, 1820—1833. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 24,457. 

Pedigrees of "Familiseminorum gentium " 
of England, by Joseph Hunter ; with 
index of names, 19th century. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 24,458. [An index to 
this volume of pedigrees printed in the 
Genealogist^ new series, 1890.] 



Pedigteees* 



n 



Collection of pedigrees of English and 
Foreign Kings, Noblemen, and Gentle- 
men, by Nathaniel Johnston. 16th 
century. MS. Campsall Hall, Co. York. 

Collections of Pedigrees by Dr Johnston, 
chiefly of Yorkshire and Lancashire. 
MSS. Campsall Hall, Co. York. 

Sampson Lennard's Genealogical Collec- 
tions. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 1178. 

The Descents and Pedigrees of the 
English Nobility, by Peter le Neve. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 5808. 

Collections for Pedigrees of the British 
Nobility in 1707, by Peter Le Neve. 
Brit. Mus. Hart. MS. 6180. 

Several volumes of pedigrees of the 
English Nobility by Lilly and others 
in the possession oftheEarlof Egmont, 
at St. James' Place. 

A large collection of Pedigrees of English 
Families, by Thomas Lloyd, 18th and 
19th centuries. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
14,409. 

Original Pedigrees, and some letters by 
Charles Morgan, dated " near Carleon," 
to Gregory King, Rouge Dragon, at 
Herald's Office. MS. Thick folio. 
Three other volumes of Pedigrees. 
Lamport Hall, Co. Northampton. 

Miscellaneous Pedigrees and Arms, col- 
lected by the Rev. D. T. Powell. 18th 
and 19th centuries. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MSS. 17,454 ; 18,917. 

Pedigrees of English families, by Henry 
St. George, circa 1630. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 27,984. 

Genealogical Collections of Sir Richard St. 
George, Clarencieux herald, who died 
A.D. 1635. Brit. Mus. Lans. MSS. 861 
—863. 

Heraldic Collections of James Terry, 
Athlone Herald. Brit. Mus. Harl. J^IS. 
4036. 

Royal and Noble Pedigrees, by Jo. Tilston, 
Esqr., Student in Antiquities, contain- 
ing : — The genealogy of the Dukes of 
Normandy ; the genealogy of the Royal 
Houses of England down to 1677 ; 
pedigrees of Howard Duke of Norfolk, 
Seymour, Hastings, Wriothesley, 
Stewart, Earl of Lennox, Warren, Earl 
of Surrey, Howard in all its branches, 
Egerton in all its branches, ^d Neville 
in all its branches. M6\ No. XY. 
Towneby Hall, Burnley. 



Torr's English Genealogies. Brit. Mus. 
Eg. MS. 2573. 

Pedigrees of the Nobility of England, of 
several Foreign Princes, and of Families 
of Shropshire, by Robert Vaughan. 
Hengwrt MS. 550, at Peniarth. 

Pedigrees of the families of Anwyl of 
Park, Lloyd of Aberllevenny, and copies 
of ancient documents relating to the 
Pulestons. Hengwrt MS. 61, at 
Peniarth. 

Genealogical notes by Robt. Hegge con- 
cerning the families of Nevill, Lumley, 
Hansard, Maddyson, Salvin, Burton, 
Bellassis, Hilton, Hedworth, Tailboyg, 
Bulm6r, Elmden, Claxton, Conyers, 
Millott, Bainbrigge, Barnes, Strother, 
Felton, Fenwyke, Vessye, Umfravile, 
and Lisle. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
27,423. 

Collection of Pedigrees, partly in the 
handwriting of J. Edmondson, Mow- 
bray Herald, of the families of Michel, 
Clinton, Odingsells, Bulkeley, Coyt- 
more, Poyntz, Doughty, Wickham, 
Holgate, Keresforth, Smith, Drury, 
Chichley. Howard, Hyde, Parsons, Grey, 
Elliott, Hodgson, Persehouse, Bristow, 
Cotes, Jones, Wylde, Benson, Mason, 
Whitton,Elliston, Blayney, Wentworth, 
Fitz Gerald, Isted, and Smally. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 19,819. 

Genealogical notes on the families of 
Turberville, Stradling, De la Bere, 
Bassett, St. John, Gamage, Vernon, 
Tildsley, Walcott, and Pereira. MS. 
342. Hatfield Library. 

Heraldical Collections, Pedigrees, Arms, 
etc. The pedigrees comprise the names 
of Prince Rupert, Darcy, Wassingley, 
Drewe, Puilesden, Trist, Rich, Seymour, 
Bertie, Chideock, Arundell, Paulet, 
Percy, Bouchier, Roos, Digby, Spencer 
Bray, Blount, Grey of Codenor, Wilton 
and Rotherfield, Hamon, Plumbe, 
Tewdor, and Vere, 17th century. Brit. 
Mus. Lans. MS. 1194. 

Pedigrees of the families of Thorowgood, 
Cobham, Emp. Ferdinand, James YI. 
of Scotland, Hon. Fred. Stuart, Fenys 
Lord Say, Cecil, Burleigh, Cheyney, 
John Lord Mount] oye, etc. MSS. in 
the possession of the Marquis of Salis- 
bury. 



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Pedigrees and Arms of the families of 
Sturry, Harnage, Burton, Davies, Skel- 
ton, Edwards, Poynar, Eynes, Purcell, 
Madoc ap Grruffith, Tudor Trevor, 
Tanat of Habcr Tanat, Price of New 
Towne, Lutley of Bomcroft, Banastre, 
Charlton, Gribons, Langley, Studley, 
Harries, Hunt of Longnor, Owen of 
Shrewsbury, Owen of Machinleth 
Higgons, Nicholas Tomkins of Here- 
ford, Walcot, Holland, Bowdler, Corbet, 
Clyve, Hussey, Oatley, Lee, Needham, 
Pugh, Herbert, Puleston. Brit. Mus. 
Harl. MS. 6153. 

Pedigrees on 23 rolls of vellum and paper, 
of the families of Stanning of Devon- 
shire ; Tankard of Yorkshire ; Beck- 
with ; Rudston ; Eisley of Buckingham- 
shire ; Hatfield of Langhton ; Pinckney ; 
Brydges ; Clifton ; Vavasor ; liedman 



and Lovett, etc. Brit. Mus. Stowe 
MS. 252. 
Genealogical collections relating to the 
families of Bowes, Strathmore, Dock- 
wray, Delaval, Ratcliffe, Hodgson, 
Brandling, Ordes, Shafto, Philipson, 
Creswell, Lisles, Widdrington, Forster, 
Ker, Teasdale, Allgood, Bainbridge, 
Mallabar, Middleton, Fryer, Grillum, 
Anderson, Simpson, Grreene, Askew, 
Hulman, Straker, Heslop, Maude, 
Thompson, Blackett, Clayton, Fenwick, 
Gribbons, Leadbitter, Scott, Burdon, 
Stevenson, Wharton, Hall, Bigges, 
Hesilrigg, Jennison, Aynsley, Twed- 
dell, Cramlington, Ellison, Hodshon, 
Airey, Lowes, Davidson, Trial, Annes- 
ley, Anglesey, Earl of, Craster, Vane, 
Lord Londonderry, Lambton, Earl of 
Durham, Astley, Hastings. MSS. 
Alnwick Castle. 



^^Ogaltg. 



The Book of Princes, or a Guide to the 
Public Journals, containing the Princes 
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Princes not in vested with such D ominion , 
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Genealogical and chronological Tables of 
the British Sovereigns, from the year 
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The History of Great Britaine. With 
sundry descents of the Saxon Kings, 
their mamages and armes, by John 
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Britannia Saxonica. A Map of Britain 
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Five Genealogical Rolls of the Kings of 
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arms, etc. MS. Hatton Collection. 

Genealogy of the Kings of Britain, from 
Const ans [A.D. 446] to Henry, with 



biographical notices. Vellum roll. 
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Genealogies of English Monarchs, from 
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Notes and descents of the ancient Saxon, 
Danish, and Norman Kings ; ending 
with the issue of Henry II. Brit. Mus. 
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History of the Norman Kings of England, 
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A Surveigh of the Monastery of Faver- 
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Southouse. To which is added, An 
Appendix of the Descent of King 
Stephen, by Tho. Philipot, Esq. 
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Genealogical Roll of the Kings of Eng- 
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Genealogy of the Kings of England, from 
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Pedigree of Edward the First, illuminated 
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The history of King John, King Henry 
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ancient sovereign dominion of the Kings 
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History of the Kings of England, to the 
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century. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 21,368. 

Genealogy, with biographical notices, of 
" all the Kynges that hath reygnyd in 
Ynglond sith Christ Jesu and syth the 
tyme of Julius Cesar, and howe long 
every of thayme hath reygnyd unto the 
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Genealogical Roll of English Sovereigns, 
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Vellum roll, 15th century. Brit. Mus. 
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Genealogical Roll of the Kings of England 
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Arms of Henry V., beautifully coloured, 
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The Alliance between the Kingdoms of 
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of England to the Crown of France 
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1422. Brit. Mus. Stowe MS. 280. 

Genealogy of the Saxon and Roman Kings, 
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Genealogical and historical roll of the 
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31,950. 

Genealogy, with biographical notices of 
the Kings of England, from " Adelstan, 
primus dux de Saxonibus," to the 
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Vellumroll. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 29,504. 

La Genealogie du Henry VI., Roy de 
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Mus. Roy. MS. 15 E. vi. 



Pictures of the Kings of England, from 
William the Conqueror to Henry VI. 
in colour?, with notes concerning their 
respective coronations, deaths, and 
burials, by Lidgate ?. Latin^ temp. 
Henry VI. Brit. Mus. Cott. MS. 
Julius. E. i\. 

Figures of Kings of England, from 
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MS. 4205. 

An ancient parchment Roll illuminated, 
with historical passages of the Life of 
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Harl. MS. 7353. 

King Edward the Fourth's Pedigree. 
Fifty-two pages on vellum. Brit. Mus. 
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Genealogies of the Kings of England from 
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Genealogy of the Kings of England to 
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253. 

Genealogy of Edward the Fourth of 
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of Wales, France, and England, in 
three lines of descent. Vellum roll. 
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The descent of Richard Duke of York 
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Descent of King Edward IV. to shew his 
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Genealogy of Henry VII. and affinity of 
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Genealogy of the Royal House of England 
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Succession of ancient British Kings, from 
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" Linea Anglorum Regum ante Conquest- 
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Genealogy of the Kings of England, from 
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The Historie and Lives of the Kings of 
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Les six Mariages de Henri VIII., par 
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A New History of the Succession of the 
Crown of England. And more par- 
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An Epitome of the Title that the Kynges 
Maieste of Englande hath to the 
Souereigntie of Scotlande, continued 
upon the auncient Writers of both 
Nacions, from the begin nyng. Printed 
by Richard Grafton, 1548, S^- 

A Genealogical Table from Adam to 
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Genealogie of the Kinges of England, by 
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A Declaration of the Succession of the 
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A short historical collection, touching the 
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Genealogical Roll of the Kings of Eng- 
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Genealogical and Historical Roll of the 
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Genealogical History of the Kings of 
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A short history of the Kings of England, 
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Genealogical Tables beautifully emblasoned 
and ornamented, about the year 1570, 
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Elizabeth from Robert, first Duke of 
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Regnum Britanniae tandem plene in 
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expulsis Britannis, etc.. A*' 686. Linea 
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The Genealogies of all the Kings of 
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The original MS. of the Treatise of R. 
Dolenmn, alias Parsons, Jesuit, concern- 
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A perfect and exact arbor and genealogy 
of all the Kings, Queenes, and Princes 
of y® blood Royall of England, from 
William the Conqueror unto our time, 
wherby are to be seen the grounds of 
all the pretenders to the same crown att 
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A Conference about the next Succession 
of the Crowne of Ingland : Where- 
unto is also added, a new and perfect 
Arbor or Genealogie of the Discents of 
all the Kinges and Princes of Ingland, 
from the Conquest unto this day, by 
Robert Parsons and others. Published 
by R. Doleman. London, 1594, 12°- 
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Answer to the first part of a certaine 
conference, concerning Succession, pub- 
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Hayward. Lond. 1603, 4o- 

A conference about the next Succession to 
the Crown of Ingland, by R. Doleman ; 
with a Genealogy of the Kings, etc., of 
Ingland from the Conquest, by Robei-t 
Parsons. Lond. 1681, 8<^- 

The Right of Succession asserted, against 
the false reasonings, etc., of R. Doleman, 
alias Parsons, by Sir John Hayward. 
Lond. 1683, 8°- 



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Discourse cctocerning the succession to the 
Crown of England, by Peter Went worth, 
1598. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 24,664. 

" The Progenie of the Monarchs of the 
Englishmen, conteyning the Titles and 
Reignes of them ; the Coronations and 
parentage of them and their wy ves ; the 
Names, Armes, Nativities, Manages, 
Deceasses, Burialles and Issue of them, 
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Notes on the Heraldry of the Monument 
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Seventh's Chapel, Westminster Abbey, 
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Arbor Regalis, sive genealogia Jacobi 
Primi, Magnse Britannise Regis, et 
Reginaj Annse, filise Friderici Regis 
D anise ; a M. Colman ; with coloured 
arms. Vellum roll, A.D. 1604. Brit. 
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The Variation of the Arms and Badges of 
the Kings of England, from the time 
of Brute to the year 1604, by William 
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vellum, and dedicated to King James I. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 6085. 

" The Arms of all the Kings of England, 
from the Conquest untill the fift yeare 
of the reygne of King James, King of 
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Brit. Mus. Lans. MS. 883. 

The most royally ennobled Genealogie of 
the high and mightie Prince, and most 
renowned Monarch, James, by the 
grace of God King of great Brittaine, 
France, and Ireland, by Thomas Lyte. 
London, n.d. 

Genealogical History of England, from 
William I. to James I. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MS. 27,405. 

The Genealogy of King James, etc., with 
his lineal descent from Noah, etc , to- 
gether with a brief Cronologie of the 
memorable acts of the famous men 
touched in this Genealogie, with many 
other matters worthy of note, by G. 0. 
Harry. London, 1604, -4°. 

Genealogical notes of the Sovereigns of 
the isknd of Great Britain, from Brute 



to James I., and of the Nobility from 
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875. 

The Genealogies of King James I. and 
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An Account of the Princes of Wales, 
from the first Institution, till Prince 
Henry, eldest son to K. James I. by 
Richard Connak. London, 1751, 8"- 
Published by J. L. Phillipps, from a 
Manuscript in Trinity College Library, 
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The Declaration of King James concern- 
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Duchy of Cornwall. Lond. 1613, fol. 

A Collection of divers matters concerning 
the marriages of Princes' children, to- 
gether with divers abstracts of the 
treaties thereof, by Sir Thomas Wilson. 
Dedicated to King James I. 1617. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 11,576. 

Basiliologia : a Book of Kings ; being the 
trve and liuely Effigies of all our 
English Kings, from the Conquest 
vntil this present, with their seuerall 
Coats of Arms, Impresses, and Deuices, 
and a briefe Chronologic of their Lines 
and deaths, by H. Holland. London, 
1618, fol. 

A Catalogue and Succession of the Kings, 
Princes, Dukes, Marquesses, Earls, and 
Viscounts of this Realm of England, 
since the Norman Conquest, by Ralph 
Brooke. Lond. 1619, fol. Second 
edition, enlarged. Lond. 1622, fol. 

A Pattern for a King's Inauguration. By 
King James. 1620. 12o- 

Memorial of all the English Monarchs, 
from Brute to King James, in 
Heroyicall Verse, by John Taylor, the 
Water Poet. London, 1622, 8°- 

A Briefe Remembrance of all the English 
Monarchs, with their Raignes, Deaths, 
and places of Burial ; from the Norman 
Conquest unto our most gratious 
Soveraigne. By John Taylor. London, 
n. d. 4"- 

The History and Pedigree of the Portrait 
of Prince Charles, painted by Velasquez 
in 1623, by J. Snare. Reading, 1847, 8o- 

Les Alliance par marriage d'entre les 
maisons royales de France et de Angle- 
terre, 1624 120- 



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The Covntrie Gentleman Moderator- 
Collections of such intermarriages, as 
haue beene betweene the two lloyall 
Lines of England and Spaine, since the 
Conquest : with a short view of the 
stories of the Hues of those Princes. 
By Edm. Garrard. London, 1624. 4''- 

Geneaology of the Kings of England 
. from Egbert to Charles I., with arms 
in colours. Circa. 1625. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MS. 29,795. 

Genethliacon, sive Stemma Regis Jacobi, 
Genealogia scilicet Regia, Catholica, 
Anglo Scoto Cambro Britannica. A 
Gulielmo Slatyer. As an Appendix 
belonging to the first part of Falce 
Albion, being the Historic of the Kinges 
and Princes of Great Britain. London, 
1630. fol. 

A Catalogue of all the Kings which have 
reigned in England since the first 
entrance of the Romans, also of the 
Kings and Princes of Wales. London, 
1641. 12«- 

The trve Effigies of our most illustrious 
Soveraigne Lord, King Charles, Qvieene 
Mary, with the rest of the Royall 
Progenie ; also a Compendium or ab- 
stract of their most famous Genealogies 
and Pedegrees, expressed in Prose and 
Verse, With the Times and of Places 
of their Birth. London, 1641. 4'^' 

The Number and Names of all the Kings 
of England and Scotland to 1649, by 
John Taylor. London, 1649. S^- 

Stemma iSacrum., The Royal Progeny 
delineated, etc., etc. ; by Giles Fleming, 
Rector of Waddingworth, in the county 
Lincolne. London, 1660. 8*^ 

Divi Britannici : being a Remark upon 
the Lives of all the Kings of this Isle, 
from the year of the world 2855, unto 
the year of Grace 1660, with heraldic 
illustrations, by Sir Winston Churchill. 
Lond. 1675. fol. 

A Genealogie of the Succession of the 
Kings of England, from William the 
Conqueror, unto our present King 
Charles the Second. With all their 
achievements truly blazoned, first col- 
lected, and after revised, by Edw. 
Cook. London, folio sheet. 

A brief account of the Royal matches, or 
matrimonial alliances, which the Kings 
of England have made from time to 



time since the year 800 to 1662, etc., 
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1662, 4"- 

The Royal Stem, being a Relation of all 
the most principal Actions from William 
the Conqueror to the end of the year 
1664, With the Picture of King Charles 
the Second. London, 1665, folio sheet. 

A Chronicle of the Kings of England, by 
Sir R. Baker. London, 1670, fol. 
Other editions. 

A Genealogical History of the Kings of 
England, from the Conquest to the year 
1677, by Fr. Sandford. London, 1677, 
fol. 2nd edition enlarged by Samuel 
Stebbing, 1707. 

The Case of the Succession to the Crown 
of England stated, in a Letter to a 
Member of the House of Commons. 
London, 1679, 4P- 

The Case Put, Concerning the Succession 
of His Royal Highness the Duke of 
York. London, 1679, 4'^- 

JurcB Coroiice ; or Royal Rightr, and 
Prerogatives. London, 1680, 8"- 

A Brief History of the Succession, Collected 
out of the Records, and most authentick 
Historians, for the satisfaction of the 
E. of H. By Thomas Hunt. London, 

1681, fol. Reprinted in 1714. 

The Great Point of Succession discussed, 
with a full and particular Answer to a 
late Pamphlet, intituled A Brief 
History of Succession., etc.., by R. Brady. 
London, 1681, fol. 

The Right of Primogeniture in Succession 
to the Kingdoms of England, Scotland, 
and Ireland, by William Lawrance. 
London, 1681, 4«' 

An Expedient for the settling of the 
Nation, discoursed with His Majesty 
in the House of Peers at Oxford, 24 
March, 1680. By Anthony Ashley 
Cooper, Earl of Shaftesbury. 1681. 4P- 

The Great and Weighty Considerations 
relating to the Duke of York, or Suc- 
cessor of the Crown, Offered to the 
King, and both Houses of Parliament ; 
Considered, by T. Hunt. London, 

1682. 8«- 

A genealogical Table of the successions of 
the Kings of England, from Egbert the 
first sole English monarch ; with all ye 
royal atcheivements blazoned, 1682. 
Brit. Mus. Lans. MS. 884. 



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Genealogical tables of the Kings of Eng- 
land from Egbert to Charles II. Also 
genealogical tables of the present 
Nobility of England, 1682. Brit. 
Mus. Lans. MS. 206. 

A Short Historical Account of the Kings 
of England from Canutus, the first 
Monarch, and from William the Con- 
queror. Illustrated with all their 
Atchievements Blazon'd. London, 1684. 
fol. 

England's Monarchs : or, an account of 
the Kings of England, from the invasion 
of the Komans to this time, by R. B. 
[Richard Burton] i.e. Nathaniel 
Crouch. London, 1685. 12o- 

England's Monarchs from William the 
Conqueror to William and Mary, by 
R. B. [Richard Burton, i.e. Nathaniel 
Crouch.] London, 1694, 12o- 

The True Portraiture of the Kings of 
Engl9,nd, drawn from their Titles, 
Successions, Raigns and Ends. London, 
1688. 4^^- 

The Fundamental Constitution of the 
English Grovernment, Proving King 
William and Queen Mary our Lawful 
King and Queen. 1620. folio. [William 
Atwood.] 

Regum, Pariumque Magnse Britannise 
historia genealogica ; cum seneis Insig- 
nium tabulis, &c. Par, Jac. Wil. 
Imhof. Norimberg, 1690. fol. 

Biographical account and Genealogy of 
the Sovereigns of England, from William 
the Conqueror to William and Mary ; 
with all the collateral alliances, and the 
arms of each of the sovereigns, in 
colours. Brit. Mus. Stowe MS. 
280. 

Anglia Libera ; or, the Limitation and 
Succession of the Crown of England 
explain'd and asserted ; As grounded on 
His Majesty's Speech ; The Proceedings 
in Parliament ; The Desires of the 
People ; The Safety of our Religion ; 
The nature of our Cor stitution ; The 
Balance of Europe ; and Tiie Rights of 
all Mankind, by Jo. Toland. London, 
1701, 8«- 

Limitations for the next Foreign Successor, 

or a New Saxon Race. London, 1701, 
40. 

The Succession of the Crown of England 
considered. London, 1701, 4^- 



The Royal Family described, or The 
Characters of James I., Charles I. and 
II., James II., with The Pedigree of 
Queen Anne. London, 1702, 4P- 

The Genealogy of the Kings and Queens 
of England, from William the Conqueror 
to Queen Anne, with all their Portraits, 
by — Hullsburgh. 1702. 

The Right of Succession to the Kingdom 
of England, in two Books ; Against the 
Sophisms of Parsons the Jesuite, who 
assumed the counterfeit name of 
Doleman ; By which he endeavours to 
overthrow not only the Rights of 
Succession in Kingdoms, but also the 
Sacred Authority of Kings themselves, 
by Sir Thomas Craig. London, 1703, 
fol. 

Three Historical Essays : viz. 1. Proves 
the Title of the Kings of England to 
the Crown of France ; 2. Delineates the 
Titles of the Houses of York and 
Lancaster to the Crown of England; 3. 
Derives the Title of K. Hen. VII. with 
his Pedigree and Issue, the Union of the 
two Houses in him, etc., by Tho. 
Staveley. London, 1703, 4r- 

Short and Plain Description of the Royal 
Family of Great Britain, shewing who 
of their descendants profess themselves 

Popish, and who not. Edinb., 1704, 

40. 

The Hereditary Succession in the 
Protestant Line unalterable. In answer 
to the Scots' Bill of Security. London, 
1704, 4P- 

The Superiority and direct Dominion of 
the Imperial Crown of England over 
the Crown and Kingdom of Scotland, 
and the Divine Right of Succession to 
both Crowns, inseparable from the 
Civil, asserted. In Answer to Sir 
Thomas Craig's Treatises of Homage 
and Succession., by W. Atwood. 
London, 1704, 8"- 

The Superiority of the Crown of England 
reasserted. London, 1705, 4"- 

An Historical Essay, shewing that the 
Crown and Kingdom of Scotland is 
Imperial and Independent. Wherein 
the gross mistakes of a late Book, 
Intituled " The Superiority and direct 
Dominion of the Imperial Crown and 
Kingdom of England over the Crown 
and Kingdom of Scotland," and of 



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some other Books to that purpose, are 
exposed, by James Anderson. Edin- 
burgli, 1705, 8'^- 

Eusehia Triumphans. The Hanover 
Succession to the Imperial Crown of 
England ; an Heroic Poem, by 
Elkannah Settle, London, 1705, fol. 

The Queen an Empress, and her Three 
Kingdoms one Empire ; or Brief 
remarks upon the Present, and a Pros- 
pect of the future State of England, 
Scotland, and Ireland in a happy Union. 
In a Letter to a Noble Peer. London, 
1706, 4"- 

A Genealogical History of the Kings and 
Queens of England, &c. First published 
in King Charles the Second's Reign by 
Francis Sandford ; and continued to this 
Time with many new Sculptures, 
Additions and Annotations, as likewise 
the Descents of divers Illustrious 
Families, now flourishing, maternally 
descended from the said Monarchs, or 
from Collateral Branches of the Royal 
Blood of England, by Samuel Stebbing, 
London, 1707, fol. 

History of the Royal Family of England, 
from the Conquest. An abridgment 
of Sandford' s Genealogical History. 
London, 1713, 8°- 

De Jure Divino ; or, An Assertion, that 
the Title of the House of Hanover to 
the succession of the British Monarchy, 
(on failure of issue of her present 
Majesty) is a Title Hereditary and of 
Divine Institution, by John Asgill. 
London 1710,8'^' 

Her Majesty's Reasons for Creating the 
Electoral Prince of Hanover a Peer of 
this Realm ; Or the Preamble to his 
Patent as Duke of Cambridge, in Latin 
and English ; with Remarks upon the 
same, by J. Toland. London, 1712. 

The History of the Royal Family : or 
a Succinct Account of the marriages 
and Issue of all the Kings and Queens 
of England from the Conquest, by 
T. Walker. London, 1713. 8«- 

Hereditary Right of the Crown of Eng- 
land asserted ; the History of the 
Succession since the Conquest cleared, 
and the English Constitution vindicated 
from the misrepresentations of Higden's 
View and defence of the English Con- 
stitution. [By Geo. Harbin.] Pub- 



lished by Hilkiah Bedford. London. 
1713. fol. [Mr Bedford was fined 
1000 marks and imprisoned three years 
for publishing this work.] 

Reasons against the succession of the 
House of Hanover. London, 1713. 8'^- 

A letter to the Lord Bishop of Carlisle, 
concerning one of his predecessors 
Bishop Merks, on occasion of a new 
volume in folio, for the Pretender, 
entituled The Hereditary Bight to the 
Crown of England asserted. By White 
Kennet. Printed in 1713. 

The late Bishop of Carlisle's Speech against 
the deposition of Kings, and in Vindica- 
tion of Hereditary Right and Lineal 
Succession to the Crown of these 
Realms. 1714, 8«- 

An historical Account of George Lewis 
the First, King of Great Britain ; con- 
taining his genealogy, life, etc. London 
1714, 12''- 

A Brief History of the Succession of the 
Crown of England. Wherein Facts, 
collected from the best Authorities, are 
oppos'd to the novel Assertors of inde- 
feasible Hereditary Right. By Lord 
Somers, 1714. Lord Somers's Tracts, 

4th Collection, vol. 4, London, 1751, 
40. 

The Succession of the House of Hanover 
vindicated, against the Pretender's 
Second Delaration, in folio, entitled The 
Hereditary Bight to the Crown of 
England asserted, Sfc., by J. Asgill. 
London, 1714, S< 

The Present Constitution and the Pro- 
testant Succession vindicated : In 
Answer to a late Book, entitled The 
Hereditary Bight to the Crown of 
Englaiid asserted., etc. London, 1714, 
8«- 

Parliamentary Right Maintained ; or, The 
Hanover Succession justified, wherein 
The Hereditary Bight to the Crown 
of England is considered. In Three 
Parts. 1714, 8°' 

An Historical Account of the Ancient and 
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The True and Ancient Hereditary Right con- 
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His Majesty King George II. 's Hereditary 
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Royal Genealogies ; or, the Genealogical 
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John Reynolds. Chester, 1739, 4'^- 
A Collection of the Names of all the 
Princes of England, such as have been 
the Kings' Eldest Sons, from the Reign 
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Sixteen Branches of King George, engraved 
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Heads of the Kings of England, with some 
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An Account of the Baptism, Life, Death, 
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The Royal Compendium, being a 
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The Order of Hereditary Succession to the 
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An Historical and Genealogical Tree of the 
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Memoirs of the Kings of Great Britain of 
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A chronological history of the Kings of 
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Curialia, or an historical account of some 
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A Genealogical Table of the Royal Families 
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Recollections of Royalty, from the Death 
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History made easy, or a Genealogical Chart 
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The Chronicle of the Kings of Britain, 
translated from the Welsh copy attri- 
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The Arms, Supporters, Badges, etc. of the 
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Table of Descent of the Kings of England, 
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illustrating their Titles to the Sove- 
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Genealogical Table of the Sovereigns of 
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A Genealogical History of the English 
Sovereigns, from William I. to George 
III. inclusive, accompanied with a 
brief statement of the principal events 
in each Reign, Biographical Notices of 
all the Noble Families connected with 
the Royal Houses, and illustrated by 
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Lists of the Succession and Descent of 
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A Genealogy of the Kings of England and 
their Issue, from William the Conqueror 
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Second edition, 1817. Third edition, 
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150 Claimants to the Throne of Great 
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George III., his Court and Family. 2 
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Regal Heraldry. The Armorial Insignia 
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Memoirs of Princess Charlotte of Wales, 
with historical Memoir of the House of 
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George the Third, his Court and Family. 
2 vols. London, 1824, S""- 

A Genealogical History of the Ancient 
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Tlie Arms and Descents of all the Kings 
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Stemmata Illustria prtecipue regia, bv Sir 
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Tableaux Genealogiques et Historiques 
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Royal Dukes and Princesses of the Family 
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A Genealogical Chart of the Kings and 
Queens of England, from the Norman 
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Biographical Sketches of the Queens of 
England from the Norman Conquest to 
Victoria, by Mary Howitt. London, 
n.d. 8^- 

A Genealogical List of the Sovereigns of 
England, from the Conquest to the 
present time, by F. H. Lightfoot. 
London, 1S3S, 8*''- 

Historical Memoirs of the Queens of 
England from the Commencement of 
the twelfth century, by Hannah Law- 
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Book of Royalty, by Mrs. S. C. Hall. 
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A Genealogical, chronological, and historical 
Chart of the Kings and Queens of 
England, by J. A. Long. Manchester, 
1841, single sheet. Another edition, 
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Chronological Chart of British Sovereigns 
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The Ancestry of Her Majesty Queen 
Victoria, and of His Royal Highness 
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A Genealogical and Historical Table of 
the Royal Family of England, from 
the Norman Conquest to the present 
time, by John James Yates. Lond. 
1813, single sheet. 

Lives of the Princes of Wales, Heirs to 
the British Throne, by R. F. Williams. 
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Chronological Chart of British Archi- 
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Armorial Bearings of the Sovereigns of 
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Plain Hints for understanding the 
Genealogy and Armorial Bearings of 
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Badge and Mottoes of the Prince of 
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Lives of the Queens of England from the 
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Genealogical Chart of the Royal Family 
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The Royal Families of England, Scotland, 
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Synopsis of the Genealogical Descent of 
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An improved genealogical Chart of the 
Royal Family of England from William 
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The Royal Family of England, containing 
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Queens before the Conquest, by Mrs. M. 

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Biographical Sketches of the Queens of 
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Royal Descents and Pedigrees of Founder's 
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Domestic Memoirs of the Royal Family 
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The Book of the Princes of Wales, heirs 
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A History of the Kings of Ancient Britain, 
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Genealogical Tree of the Royal Family of 
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Malcolm's Genealogical Tree of the Royal 
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The Family Alliances of Denmark and 
Great Britain from the earliest times 
to the present. Illustrated by genea- 
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Biographical Sketches of the Queens of 
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Victoria, Queen of England — Descent of 
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Genealogical Handbook of English History, 
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Genealogy of the Royal Family of Eng- 
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A Royal Descent 
and Memorials, 
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Additions and Corrections for " A Royal 
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The Succession to the English Crown, by 
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Index of the Styles and Titles of Sovereigns 
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Claimants to Rovaltv, bv J. H. Ingram. 
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The Genealogy of the Family of the 
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The }loyal Pedigree, by J. A. Temple. 
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Royal Descents, by Joseph Foster. 
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The Royal Family of England. [A 
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Her Majesty : her ancestors and her 
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A Jubilee Genealogical Tree, showing the 
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A Catalogue of Works on the Peerage and 

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Ireland, etc., bv Sir C. Gr. Young. 

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1066 to 1806. See Beatson's " Political 

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The Peerage of England and of Great 

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Mus. Add. MS. 4712, art. 25. 
A Collection of Patents of Nobility. Brit. 

Mus. Harl. MS. 3319. 
Creations of Peers, by successive Kings of 

England, from King Stephen to Henry 

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Creations of Nobility bj^ every King since 

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16th century, folio. Campsall Hall, Co. 

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History of the Creation of the Nobility 

of England, from the Conquest to 

Elizabeth. Corp. Chr. Coll. Oxf. MS. 

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Collections out of ancient records and 

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Creations of Peers, from the Conquest to 

the beginning of the reign of Elizabeth ; 

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Creations of the Nobility of England, 

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Creations of Nobility, from the Conquest 

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p. 113. Queen's Coll. Oxf. MS. cxiii. 
The Names and Creations of all the 

Nobility of England, to the year 1597. 

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Peers created at Hampton Court, and at 

the Tower of London, anno 1603, 1604. 

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the possession of the Earl of Egmont, 

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Creations of Peers, time of Charles II. 

Ashm. Lib. MS. 838. 
Patents of Nobility granted by William 
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743. 
Creations of Nobility in the several reigns 
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At the begining are some shields of 
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An Inquiry into the Manner of Creating 
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Animadversions on the Inquiry into the 
the Manner of creating Peers : Avith 
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in a Letter to llicliard W 1, Es(| 

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An Enquiry into the Origin and Manner 
of creating Peers, by llichard West, 
Esq., Lord-Chancellor of Ireland. Lond. 
1782, 8«- 
The prerogative of creating Peers. 
London, 1832. 8°- A new edition, 
Lond. 1856, 8«- 
Catalogue of Old English Barons, with 
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Baronagium Angliai, or Vincent's Great 
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St. George's Collections concerning the 
English Baronage. Brit. Mus. Harl. 
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Collections relating to the English 
Baronage. MS. in the possession of the 
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Ces sort les Nomes, et les Amies de 
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List of Barons, time of Edward I. Brit. 

Mus. Add. MS. 5482 f. .23 b. 
The Baronage of England, 16tli century. 

Brit. Mus Add. MS 18,643. 
Baronagium Anglia3. Begins with the 
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Wrest Park, Beds. 
Baronagium Anglian. 1587. Brit Mus. 

Harl. MS. 806. 
The Baronage of England, by Bobert 
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The Baronage of England, by Kobert 
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The Baronage of England, by llobort 
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year 1624 ; with the arms in colours. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 18,594. 
Cooke's Baronage, said to have been drawn 
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The Baronage of England, by Kobert 
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Stemmata et Arma plurium Baronum 
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The Baronage of England, with the Arms 
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Tlie Baronage of England, to James I. 
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The Baronage of England, by John Selden. 
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The priviledges of the baronage of Eng- 
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The Privileges or Special Rights belong- 
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Book of Precedents, concerning the Baron- 
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The Privileges of the Baronage of Eng- 
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Privileges of the Baronage. Collected 
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Privileges of the Baronage of England, 
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The Baronage of England, or an historical 
account of the lives and most memor- 
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in the Saxons' time, to the Norman 
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A Small Specimen of the many Mistakes 
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Three Letters, containing Remarks on 
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Specimen of the many mistakes in Sir 
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Richard Rawlinson, 1730. Reprinted 
in Heath's Bagland Castle. Monmouth, 
1801, 8«- 

A very beautiful copy of Dugdale's 
Baronage of England, with the arms 
blazoned. Caius College, Cambridge. 

The Baronage of England, by William 
Dugdale, with manuscript notes and 
additions, by the author. Another with 
notes by Le Neve. Bodleian Library. 



A Transcript of the Additions and Emen- 
dations of Dugdale's Baronage of 
England, by Anthony Wood, written by 
Moses WilHams. Brit. Mus. Hari. MS. 
1056. 

Wood's additions and corrections of Dug- 
dale's Baronage. Bodl. Libr. No. 
b588. 

Notes and additions for a new edition of 
Sir William Dugdale's " Baronage of 
England " continued to 1811, by 
Thomas Christopher Banks. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MS. 27,585. 

The Manuscript Collections for Dugdale's 
Baronage is preserved in the Ashmolean 
Museum, at Oxford. Nos. 6491- 
6536. 

Barons by Tenure and by Writ : Ex- 
tracted from a Manuscript of Sir 
Thomas St. George, Garter- King- of - 
Arms, 1686. Edited by Sir C. G. 
Young. Lond. 1860. 8«- 

English Baronage, or an historical account 
of the lives of our Nobility, by Arthur 
Collins. Lond. 1727. 4P- 

Baronia Anglica, or, History of Land- 
Honors and Baronies, and of Tenure in 
Capite, by Thos. Madox, Lond. 1736. 
fol. another edition, 1741. 

The dormant and extinct Baronage of 
England ; or an historical and genealo- 
gical account of the lives, public 
employments, and most memorable 
actions of the English nobility who 
have flourished from the Norman Con- 
quest to the year 1806 (1809) ; 
deduced from public records, etc. By 
SirT. C. Banks. 5 vols. Lond. 1807- 
37, 4P- 

Baronia Anglica concentrata ; or, a 
concentrated account of all the Baronies 
commonly called Baronies in Fee : 
deriving their origin from Writ of 
Summons, etc., by Sir T. C. Banks. 
2 vols. Ripon, 1844, 4P- 

Idea of a New Baronage, by Joseph 
Hunter, 19th century. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 24,623. 

Les Noms et les Armes a Banerez de 
Engleterre, au temps du R. Edw. I. 
Brit. Mus. Cott. MS. Calig. A. 

XVIII. 

The Names and Arms of the Baneretts 
and Knights, temp. Edw. II. Ashm. 
Lib. Wood MS. 8495. 



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Noiriina Bannenitum, temp. Edw. III. 
Brit. Mus. LaiLs. MS. 804, f. 92. 

Bannerets made 5 Hen. VIII. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MS. 5482, f. 9b. 

A Genealogical History ofEnglisli Nobility, 
from the Conquest, bv John Vincent. 
Ashm. Libr. Wood MS. 8467. 

Illorum Magnatum Stemmata quorum 
haireditas, deficientibus masculis, ad 
fajminas devoluta est. Her. Coll, Vin- 
cent MS. 2. 

Collectanea, praecipue de Familiis Nobilibus 
Angliffi. Brit. Mus. Cott. MSS. Titus 
A. V. ; VI. 

Collectanea de Insignibus Gentilitiis 
Nobilium Familiarum Gentis Anglo- 
rum, etc. Brit. Mus. Cott. MS. Tiber. 
E.ix. 

A Roll of the Peers of the Kingdom of 
England, according to their Birth and 
Creation. Brit. Mus. Harl. Roll Z, 
26. 

A Collection of y® Nobility of England, 
in MS. with arms, coloured. The 
Hatton Collection. 

Of the Peers of England. 3IS. Hatton 
Collection. 

Of the Nobilitie by the law of England. 
3IS. Hatton Collection. 

Titles of Nobility. MS. vol. xvi. Eshton 
Hall, Co. York. 

Heraldic Notes on the Nobility of England, 
beginning with Cornw^ all and ending with 
Glanvil. MS. No. 232. Woburn 
Abbey. 

Antiquity Revived, setting forth the 
Originals and Descents of the Nobility, 
Barony, and Gentry of the Realme, bv 
R. Butcher. St. John's Coll. Camb. 
MSS. H. 3 ; 4. 

Observations concerning the Nobillitye of 
England, auntient and moderne, bv Sir 
John Borough. MS. No. 233. Woburn 
Abbey. 

The Court Companion : containing the 
Arms of the Peers, Peeresses, and 
Bishops of the United Kingdom ; an 
Introduction to Heraldry ; Heraldic 
Dictionary ; Degrees of Peerage in 
England, Orders of Knighthood, etc. 
London, n.d. 12o- 

Names and Arms of the Ancient Nobility 
and Knights of England and Wales, 
time of Henry III. Antiquarian 
Repertory^ vol. i. 



'' Les nommes et armes a baniers 
d'Enletere ; " list of Earls of England, 
and " Les nommes de contes et grands 
seigneurs d'Angleterre," temp. Edw. 
I. With a table of Precedency of 
English Peers. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
19,208. 

Names of the Earls and Barons created 
by Edw. I. and Edw. II. Brit. Mus. 
Cott. MS. Jul. P. X. 

La Noblesse et la Gentry Anglaises dans 
les Guerres de France au xv® siecle. 
Polio. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 21,156. 

De origine nobilitatis. Origo. 1475 ? 4"- 

The Boke of Noblesse ; addressed to King 
Edward the Fourth on his invasion of 
France in 1475. With an Introduction 
by John Gough Nichols. Roxburghe 
Club, 1860. 4"- 

List of Dukes, Earls, and Knights, 
present, and Knights of the Bath 
created at the Coronation of Ric. III. 
1483. See Eoccepta Hlstorica, by 
Samuel Bentley. London, 1831. S*^- 

Names of noblemen and gentlemen of 
several counties in England in the time 
of Hen. VII. Brit. Mus. Cott. MS. 
Faust. E. ii. 

The Kinges Booke of all the Lordes, 
Knightes, Esquiers and Gentlemen of 
this Realme of England. 17 Hen. VII. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 813 f. 62. 

Names of Noblemen in the Procession to 
Parliament in 1512, with their Arms in 
colours. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 5831. 

Genealogies of Kings of England to 
Henry VIIT. Articles for office of 
arms. Lists of English nobility, mayors 
and sheriffs of London. Formerly 
belonged to Nicholas Narbon, Ulster 
king at arms. MS. E. Trinity College, 
Dublin. 

An index of the Heirs of Noble Families, 
extracted from the Escheats and other 
Records in the Tower, from Edw. 1. to 
the end of the reign of Henrv VIII. 
Brit. Mus. Cott. MS. Claud. C.^viii. 

The Names and Arms, in colours, of the 
Nobility, as they were placed in the 
Parliament House, at a Parliament 
holden at Westminster, A.D. 1553. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 6170. 

Catalogue of English Nobility, from the 
Conquest to Queen Elizabeth. St. 
John's Coll. Camb. MS. I. 14. 



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The English Mobility, from the Couquest 
to Queen Elizabeth, with the Arms in 
eolours, and an index. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 5851. : ^ 

The Names and Armes of all the noble 
men then beinge or created since the 
Conqueste of Englande, and by whom 
they were created. Written in the 
reign of Q. Elizabeth. Brit. Mus. 
Lans. MS. 859 ; Sloan MS. 241. 

Proterologos, or the Nobilitie described ; 
in which the Armes, Creations, and 
failing or determining of most of the 
Dukes, Marquesses, Earles, and Vis- 
counts with many of the Barons from 
the Norman Conquest to Qu. Elizabeth, 
are plainlie set downe, by Alexander 
Evesham. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 214. 

The Nobility of England displayed, from 
the earliest times to the reign of Queen 
EKzabeth. Ashm. Libr. MS. 797. 

Collections of Walter Bagot. Containing 
the names of all the spiritual and 
temporal Lords ; the names and arms 
of Dukes, Marquisses, Counts, Vis- 
counts, Barons, Earls, and Knights 
since the Conquest. M>S'. 16th century. 
Belonging to Lord Bagot. Blithefield, 
Co. Stafford. 

Extracts from records of noble English 
families, 16th century. MS. No. 42. 
Wrest Park, Beds. 

Lists of Peers, tempp. Hen. VI., Hen. 
VIIL, and Elizabeth. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 5758, ff, 1, 14, etc. ^ 

The Names of the Lords of every Manor 
throughout the counties of England, 
from A.D. 1316 to 1559. Brit. Mus. 
Harl. MS. 6281. A Transcript of the 
Hook called '• Nomina Villarum," 
kept in the Office of the Treasurer 
liemembrancer in the Exchequer. 

Lists and Genealogies of the Nobility of 
England by J. Bernard ; dedicated to 
Charles IX. of France, 1569. French, 
with paintings and arms in colours. 
Brit. Mus. Eg. MS. 2388. 

Book of the Nobilitie given to the Queen's 
Majesty 1572. [This book contains 
502 coats of arms beautifully coloured.] 
MS. No. 44. Ettington Hall, Co. 
Warwick. 

Names, Arms and Crests of tj^e Nobility 
of England, 1572, in colours. Brit. 
Mus. Harl. MS. 1482. 



Catalogue of tlie Nobility of England, 
from the reign of William the Con- 
queror to the Creations of 1572, with 
Coats of Arms. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
29,277. 

Osorius de Nobilitate et Gloria. Londini, 
1580. 12^^- 

Catalogue of the Nobility of England, to 
the year 1580, by Kobert Cooke, 
Clarencieux, with the arms in colours. 
Brit. Mus, Add. MS. 17,455. 

Arms and Descents of the Nobility from 
the Conquest to 1586. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 5525. 

List of Nobility in various reigns, with 
coloured arms and descriptions of the 
persons, circa. 1600. MS. No. 119. 
Ettington Hall, Co. Warwick. 

Arms and JVIatches of the Nobilitie of 
England, from Henry VIIL to A.D. 
1602. Ashm. Lib. MS. 805. p. 181. 

Notices of Viscounts and Barons. J/>S'., 
written about A.D. 1602. In the pos- 
session of the Marquis of Ripon, at 
Studley Eoyal, Co. York. 

A Catalogue of the Nobility of England, 
from the Conquest to the year 1605, etc. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 12.448. Pub. Lib. 
Camb. MS. Dd. i. 25. 

The Sirnames of all the families that have 
been peers, in England and Wales, from 
the time of William the Conqueror to 
the present time. [James I.] Brit. 
Mus. Sloan MS. 4814. f . 80. 

Genealogical notes of the Sovereigns of 
the Island of Great Britain, from Brute 
to James I., and of the Nobility from 
the Conquest, with their Arms properly 
emblazoned. Brit. Mus. Lans. MS. 875. 

Notitise et Insignia Illustrium Familiarum 
Anglise, a temp. Edw. Conf. ad Jac. 1. 
Pepysian MS. 13. Magd. Coll. Camb. 

Account of the English Nobility since the 
Conquest to 1607. The Arms of each 
Nobleman are both painted and described 
by blazon. Ascribed to Robert Cooke. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 1183. 

Nobilitas Politica vel Civilis. Personas 
scilicet Distinguendi, et ab oiigine inter 
Gentes, ex Principum gratia nobilitandi 
Forma. By Robert Glover. Lond. 
1608, fol. 

List of the Nobility of England, arranged 
according to their several authorities 
and degrees, distinguishing those of 



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ancient descent, and those created in the 
reign of James I. MS. 1615. Ahiwick 
Castle. 
Catalogue of Nobility, 1616, hy Henry 

Knapp. Stowe MS. 533. Brit. Mus. 
A Catalogue and Succession of the Kings, 
Princes, Marquesses, Earles, and 
Viscounts, of this Eealine of England, 
since the Norman Conquest, to this 
present yeere 1619. Together with 
their Armes, Wives, and Children ; the 
times of their Deaths and Burials, by 
Ralph Brooke, Esquire, Yorke Herauld. 
Lond. 1619, fol. Another edition, 1622. 
A Discoverie of Errours in the first 
Edition of the Catalogue of Nobility, 
published by Ralph Brooke, York 
Herald, 1619, and printed heerewitli, 
word for word, accordingto that Edition, 
with a Continuance of the Successions, 
from 1619 untill this present yeare 
1622, by Augustine Vincent. Lond. 
1622, fol. 
Notes concerning errors in Brooke's 
Catalogue of Nobility, by Mr. Francis 
Burdett, 1619, 4'^- Brit. Mus. Lans. 
MS. 1194. fol. 41. 
Catalogue of the English Dukes, Mar- 
quisses. Earls, and Viscounts, by Raphe 
Brooke. London, 1622, fol. An 
interleaved copy of this book, with 
coloured arms, corrections, explanations, 
and additions, by Jacob Chaloner, 1628. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 2164. 
A Catalogue of all those which usurped 
the Names and Titles of Gentlemen 
Avithout authority, and were disclaimed 
in Exeter, and many other Towns Cor- 
porate within the various Counties of 
England, 1620, folio. Privately printed 
by Sir Tho. Phillipps. 
Williams' Catalogue of the Nobility of 
England, etc., 1620. Hatton Collection. 
Lists of the Peers of Scotland, England 
and Ireland, temp. Jas. I. Brit. Mus. 
Sloan MS. 4814, f. 90, &c. 
Memoirs of the Peers of England, during 
the Reign of James the First, by Sir 
Samuel Egerton Brydges. Lond. 1802, 
40. 

Catalogues of the Nobility of England. 
Time of James I. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS.17,685. Inl626. Add. MS. 14,285. 
In 1632. Add. MS. 12,512. In 1642. 
Corp. Chr. Coll. Oxf. MS cxcix. 



Names and armes of Dukes and Marquises 
in England since the Conquest. 17th 
century. MS. Eshton Hall, Co. York. 
A Catalogue of the Nobilitie of England, 
and a collection as well of his Majesties 
Courtes of Record as of his Household, 
the Counsells of the North of Wales 
and the Marches, the Admiralty, the 
Armorye, the Minte, Towues of Warre, 
Castles, Bulwarkes, etc. 1626. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 14,285. 
The Nobility of England, their Titles, 
Arms, Crests, Supporters, and Mottoes, 
set forth in their several Colours, by 
John Withie, 1629. Brit. Mus. Harl. 
MS. 1114. 
History of the Earls and Barons of Eng- 
land, drawn up about 1630, by John 
Archer. MS. Everingham Park. 
A list of the English Nobility drawn up 
in 1630, with a note of the religion to 
which each belongs. It consists of 155 
names, and has been drawn up by, or for 
the use of, the Bishop of Chalcedon. 
3fS. in the custody of the Bishop of 
South wark. 
A Catalogue of the Nobility of England, 
Scotland and Ireland, with an addition 
of the Baronets of England, the dates 
of their Patents, the several Creations 
of the Knights of the Bath, from the 
Coronation of King James to this 
present, by Thomas Walkley. Lond. 
1630, 40- 
A Catalogue of the Dvkes, Marqvesses, 
Earles, Viscovnts, Barons, of the King- 
domes of England, Scotland and Ireland, 
with their Names, Sirnames, and Titles 
of Honour. With the Knights of the 
Garter, Knight Baronets, Knights of 
the Bath, from the first of K. James, 
and Knight Bachelors, from the first of 
K. Charles to this present. Collected 
by T. Walkley. Lond. 1632, 8''- 
Another edition, Lond. 1642, 8°- A 
New Catalogue of the Dukes, etc., by 
T. Walkley. Lond. 1652, B^- A New 
Catalogue of the Dukes, etc., by T. 
Walkley. Lond. 1658, 8°- 
The Successions of the History of England 
from the beginning of Edward VI. to 
the end of the Reign of Queen 
Elizabeth. Together with a List of the 
Dukes, Marquisses, Earls, Viscounts, 
and Barons of England, to this present 
time, by John Stowe. Lond. 1638, fol. 



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Ad Nobllem Brltanniini, or an Abstract 
of England's Jloyal Peers, by William 
Turner. Lond. 1041, 4"- 

A Catalogue of the sanies of the Dulies, 
Manjuisses, and Earles, etc., that have 
absented themselves from Parliament. 
Printed in 1642, 4"- 

Catalogue of the Nobility, from the Con- 
quest to Charles I,, with their Arms. 
Brit. Mus. Lans. MS. 865, f. 17. 

The Creation, Issue, and Succession of all 
the Nobilitie of England since the Con- 
quest to the time of Charles I. ; witli 
notes of issue, arms, etc. in alphabetical 
order. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 26,748. 

A Letter to the Earl of Manchester, con- 
cerning the whole carriage; of the House 

of Peeres in generall. Lond. 1648, 

40. _ 

The names of all the nobilitie in and since 
the reign of Queen Elizabeth, by John 
Taylor. Lond. 1658. 8^' 

A Plea for the Honse of Peers ; on a Full 
Vindication of the Just, Ancient, and 
Hereditary Ilight of the Lords and 
Barons of this llealm to sit and judge 
in all the Parliaments of England, etc. 
by William Prynne. Lond. 1058. iP* 

England's Glory, or Catalogue of the 
Lords of the Privy Council, with the 
Knights of the Garter, and the House 
of Peers. — Also Lord Bishops, House 
of Commons, Dukes, Marquesses, Earls, 
Viscounts, Barons and Baronets, made 
since his Majesties llestoration, and the 
time of their Creations, List of Knights 
of the Bath, and the Preparations and 
Habits at their Installment at the 
Coronation, also a Catalogue of the 
Lower House of Convocation now sitting 
at Westminster. Lond. 1660. 8*^ 

A Catalogue of the Peers of the Kingdom 
of England, according to their birth 
and creations. Lond. 1660, folio 
sheet. 

A Catalogue of the Peers of the Kingdom 
of England, according to their Birth 
and Creations. 1660. Lord Somers's 
Tracts, vol.iv. Lond, 1748. 4P- 

A Genealogical History of the Creation 
and Succession of all our Princes, Dukes, 
Earls, Viscounts, and Barons, con- 

• tinned to the reign of Cli^iles II., by 
John Vincent. Ashm. Lib. Wood MS. 
8467. 



Collection of the Nobility of England, 
from the Conquest to Charles 11. MS. 
vol. viii. Eshton Hall, Co. York. 

Descents of sevei-al of the Nobility of 
England, Scotland, and Ireland, from 
AVilliam I. to Charles II. MS. vol. x. 
Eshton Hall, Co. York. 

A Perfect Catalogue of the Peeres of the 
Realm of England. Lond. 1661. 4P- 

A Catalogue of Nobility ; viz. The Names 
and Titles of all such Dukes, Earls, 
Viscounts, Barons, and Baronets, as 
have been made since His Majesties 
Most Happy Kestauration. Lond. 1661. 
8' Another edition, 1662. 

History of the Worthies of England, by 
Thomas Fuller. Lond. 1662. fol. A 
new edition, with a few explanatory 
notes, by J. Nichols. 2 vols. Lond. 
1811. A new edition, with explanatory 
notes and copious indexes, by P. Austin 
Nuttall. 8 vols. Lond. 1840. S^- 

Polls of the Peers of the Kingdom of 
England, according to their birtli, 
creations, and offices, June 18, 1660 ; 
May 10, 1661; Feb. 18, 1662-8. 
Signed Edw. Walker, Garter. Garter s 
rolls. Parchment Collection. House 
of Lords. 

A catalogue of all the English Nobility 
now living, 1668. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 26,710. 

Letters B. and C. of an alphabetical list 
of English families, with the blazon of 
their arms. 17th century. Brit. Mus. 
Eg. MS. 987. 

De Anglorum Gentis Origin! Disceptatio, 
by R. Sheringham. Cantab. 1670, 

An Alphabetical Account of the Nobility 
and Gentry, which are (or lately were) 
relating unto the several Counties of 
England and Wales ; as to their Names, 
Titles, and Seats, by which they are 
(or have been) generally known and 
distinguished, by R. Blome. Lond. 
1673, fol. 

Catalogue of the English Nobility for the 
Sessions in Parliament, anno 1677-8. 
College of Arms. 

A Catalogue and historical account of all 
the present Nobility of England, drawn 
into genealogical tables or schemes of 
descent, 1682. Brit. Mus. Lans. AJS. 
884 



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The arms of the Nobility of England, to 
which is ])reiixed a printed sheet des- 
cribing the transcript as " A Catalogue 
of the Nobility of England according 
to their respective precedencies, as it 
was presented to His Majesty by John 
Dugdale, Esq., Windsor Herald, Deputy 
to Sir William Dugdale, Kt., Garter 
Principal King of Arms, on New Year's 
Day, 1684." MS. No. xlyi. Towneley 
Hall, Burnley. 

A Catalogue of the Nobility of England, 
according to their respective precedences, 
as presented to his Majesty on New 
Year's dav, 1684, by John Dugdale. 
Lond. 1685, fol. 

A Perfect Copy of All the Summons of 
the Nobility to the Great Councils and 
Parliaments of this Eealme, from the 
49 of Henry III. to this present ; With 
Catalogues of such Noblemen as have 
been summoned to Parliament in Right 
of their wives, by Sir William Dugdale. 
• Lond. 1685, fol. 

Collection of the Nobility and Gentry of 
this Kingdom, whose Honours and 
Estates have by some of their Ancestors 
been acquired by the practice of the 
Law, etc., by H.P.Gent. Lond. 1685, 12"- 

The Grandeur of the Law : or An exact 
Collection of the Nobility and Gentry 
of this Kingdom, whose Honours and 
Estates have by some of their Ancestors 
been acquired, or considerably augmented 
by the Practice of the Law, or Offices 
and Dignities relating thereunto. By 
H. Philipps. Lond. 1685, 12'^- 

A True List of the Lords summoned by 
the Prince of Orange to meet at West- 
minster, 1688, folio. 

A true List of the Knights, Citizens, etc. 
summoned by the Letter of the Prince 
of Orange to meet at Westminster, 
1688, folio. 

A Catalogue of the Nobility [Prince 

George of Denmark, etc.] and principal 

Gentry (said to be) in Arms with the 

♦ Prince of Orange, and in several other 

parts of England. Lond. 1688, fol. 

A Catalogue of all the English Dukes, 
Marquesses, Earls, Viscounts, and 
Barons, now living, 1663, with the 
times of their Creation, and Coats of 
Arms, continued to 1689. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MS. 26,710, ff. 112-152. * 



Index Villaris : hereto is added A True 
and Perfect List of the Nobility of 
England, with their Principal Houses, 
and the Counties in which they are, by 
John Adams. Lond. 1690, fol. 

A Memorial to the Nobility and Gentry 
of England, demonstrating that it has 
been the custom for the English 
Nobility and Gentry to attend their 
Kings in their wars abroad. Lond. 
1693, 4«- 

An Exact Catalogue of the Nobility of 
England, and Lords Spiritual, according 
to their respective Precedencies ; with 
all their Titles of Honor ; together with 
their paternal Coats of Arms ; and also 
those of the Archiepiscopal and Epis- 
copal Sees in Blazon, by Eobert Dale. 
Lond. 1697, 8«- 

Collections relating to the Peerage, 17th 
century. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 6303. 

Catalogue of the Nobility of England? 
17th century. Brit. Mus. Sloan MS. 
1455. 

Table of the Nobility of England, with 
their arms, 17th century. Brit. Mus. 
Sloan MS. 2172. 

A Table of England's Successions, con- 
taining a Catalogue of the Kings, 
Archbishops, Bishops, Present Nobility, 
Successions of Parliament, Lord Mayors, 
and the Roll of Battail Abbey, in 
Sussex. Lond. 1705, 12°- 

The Peerage of England : or, a Genealo- 
gical and Historial Account of all the 
Flourishing Families of this Kingdom. 
Lond. 1709. 8<'- Other editions in 
1710, and 1711. 

Magnatum apud Anglos Privilegia : Or, the 
Privileges and Preheminences belong- 
ing to our English Peerage. Extracted 
from the Writings of the most cele- 
brated Authors, Ancient and Modern. 
Together with several Remarks relating 
to our Temporal Peerage, by way of 
Introduction, 1712. Lord Somers's 
Tracts, 3rd Collection, vol. 4. Lond. 
1751, 4«- 

Memoirs (British and Foreign) of the 
Lives and Families of the most 
illustrious Persons who dy'd in the 
year 1711. Lond. 1712-13, S^- [This 
is strictly a genealogical work.] 



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98 



Reflexions on a Paper lately printed, 
entitled a Letter to Sir Miles Wharton, 
concerning occasional Peers. Lond. 
1713, 8°- 

A Catalogue of the Peers and Peeresses 
of England, rankt according to their 
first creation for y® better distinguish- 
ing their antiquity. Taken March y® 
25^th 1713, 12th Queen Anne, and 
carried onto the 2nd of Grcorge I. MS. 
belonging to the Marquis of Bute. 
Eccleston Square, London. 

An Exact List of the Lords Spiritual and 
Temporal ; as also a compleat List of 
the Knights and Commissioners of 
Shires, Citizens and Burgessses both of 
the last and ensuing Parliament of 
Great Britain, etc. Lond. 1713, 8"- 

The Peerage of England ; or, an Historical 
and Genealogical Account of the 
Present Nobility, containing the 
Descent, Creations, and Remarkable 
Actions of them and their Ancestors. 
by Arthur Collins. Second edition. 2 
vols. Lond. 1714. Third edition. 
1715. 

A Supplement to the Peerage of England ; 
containing several additions and correc- 
tions not printed in the former editions. 
Lond. 1716, 8'^- 

Catalogue of Peers and Peeresses of Eng- 
land, form 1294 to 1716. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MS. 6287. 

A Catalogue of Peers and Peeresses of 
England, ranked according to their 
first creations, A.D. 1716. Brit. Mus. 
Lans. MS. 499. 

The Peerage of England. 2 vols. 1717, 
8°- 

Of the several Degrees of Gentry, and 
their Precedency. With the Antiquity 
and Usefulness of Arms, Lond. 1719, 
120- 

Some Considerations humbly offered, 
relating to the Peerage of Great 
Britain. Bv a Gentleman. Lond. 1719, 
8°- 

Lord Beilhaven's Speeches on the Union, 
Wherein the Peerage of the two King' 
doms of Scotland and England is 
considered. 1719, S°- 

The Joint and Humble Address of the 

Tories and Whigs, concerning the 

intended Bill of Peerage. Lond. 1719, 
40. 



A Letter from a Member of the House of 
Commons to a Gentleman without 
doors. Relating to the Bill of Peerage 
lately brought into the House of Lords. 
Together with Two Speeches for and 
against the Bill, supposed to be spoke 
in the House of Commons. [Robert 
Vise. Molesworth.] Lond. 1719, 

Two Lists ; shewing the Alterations that 
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that of King James I. And in the 
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fairly stated. With some Reflexions 
upon the Whole. By a member of 
Parliament. Lond. 1719, 4'^- 

The Plebeian. To be continued Weekly. 
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relating to the Peerage. By a member 
of the House of Commons. [Sir R. 
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Peerage. In answer to The Plebeian. 
IBj One who is neither a Knight, nor a 
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of the Crown, in the Future Creation 
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J Britain and Ireland, created or advanced 
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descents, by Arthur Collins. Lond. 
1727,4"- 

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A Supplement to the Peerage of England, 
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and Ireland. A List of the Nobility of 
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Royal and Noble Families of England, 
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various periods. Brit. Mus. Harl. 
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Baronagium Waste-book, 1824, by Joseph 
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Stemmata Anglicana, a collection of 
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Stemmata Illustria, pra?cipue Regia, by 
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A Catalogue of Bishops, containing the 
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Biographical Memoirs of the Bishops of 
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earliest period to the present time, by 
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The Episcopal Succession in England, 
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Vicars General of Canterbury Diocese, 
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List of the Chancellors of the Diocese of 
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List of the Chancellors of the Diocese of 
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List of the Chancellors of the Diocese of 
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List of the Chancellors of the Diocese of 
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List of the Chancellors of the Diocese of 

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Mus. Add. MS. 5833, f. 86. 
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Norwich, from 1171 to 1762. Brit. 

Mus. Add. MS. 5833, f. 88. 
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Succession of the Bishops of Selsey and 

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The Pre-eminence and Pedigree of Parlia- 
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Representative History of Great Britain and 
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List of Officers of the Ordnance, 14 Henry 
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List of Officers in the Army of Charles I. 
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Lists of the principal Officers in the Army 
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A List of all the Officers of the Army, 
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the Seventy-ninth Regiment, or Cam- 
eronian Highlanders, from ISOO to 
1851, by H.^ S. Smith. Lond. 1852. S^- 

An Alphabetical List of the Officers of 
the Eighty-eighth Hegiment or Con- 
naught Rangers, from 1800 to 1852, 
by H. S. Smith. Lond. 1852. 8^^' 

An Alphabetical List of the Fourth 
(Royal Irish) Dragoon Guards, from 
1800 to 1856, by Henry Stooks 
Smith. Lond. 1856, S^- 

An Alphabetical List of the Officers of 
the Grenadier Guards, from 1800 to 
1854, by H. S. Smith. Lond, 1854, 8^- 

An Alphabetical List of the Officers of 
the Eleventh Regiment of Hussars, 
from 1 800 to 1850, by Henry Stooks 
Smith. Lond. 8*^' 

A Complete Roll of Officers and their 
services, of the Second Queen's Royal 
Regiment of Foot, from 1661 to 1880. 
By Lieut-Col. John Davis. In pro- 
gress, 1 888. This is to form the fourth 
volume of the History of the Regiment, 
by Lieut.-Col. Davis 

An Alphabetical List of the Offxcers of 
the Rifle Brigade, from IhOO to 1850, 
by H. S. Smith. Lond. 185 L 8"- 

An Alphabetical List of the Officers of the 
Ninety -fourth Regiment, Scotch Bri- 
gade, from 1800" to 1869, by H. S. 
Smith. Lond. 1869, 8°- 



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I {oil of the Officers of the York and 
Lancaster Regiment, containing a com- 
jjlete record of their services, including 
dates of commission, etc., by Major Gr. 
A. Kaikes, from 1756 to 1884. London, 
1885, 80- 
An Alphabetical List of the Officers of the 
Yorkshire Hussars, from the Formation 
of the Regiment to the present time, 
by H. S. Smith. Lond. 1853, 8o- 
List of the Lord Chamberlains of England, 
from William the Conqueror to Edward 
de Yere, Earl of Oxford, in the 4th 
year of Q. Elizabeth. Brit. Mus. Harl. 
MS. 6134. 
A Catalogue of the Lord Chancellors and 
Keepers of the Great Seal, from the 
the Conquest to 1671. See Dugdale's 
" Origines Juridiciales." 
Names of the Chancellors and Keepers of 
the Great Seal, with Dates of Patents, 
etc. Her. Coll. Yincent MS. 214. 
Lists of Chancellors, Treasurers, Admirals? 
Knights, etc. MS. vol. vi. Eshton 
Hall, Co. York. 
List of the Chancellors of England. Brit. 

Mus. Harl. MS. 542. f. 14. 
List of the Chancellors of England, from 
the Conquest to Nicholas Heath [1555]. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 1153, f. 15. 
Names of Chancellors and Keepers of the 
Great Seal, from Henry YIII. to Queen 
Elizabeth, 1558. Brit. Mus. Lans. MS. 
3, art, 79. 
Catalogue of the Chancellors of England, 
from Athelstan to 1593. Brit. Mus. 
Harl. MS. 6778, f. 33. 
Custodes Rotulorum Cancellarise Anglise, 
ab ann. 1294 ad ann. 1621. Bodl. Lib. 
MS. 5063, f. 28. 
Nomina Cancellariorum Angliae, ab ann. 
718 ad ann. 1625. Brit. xMus. Harl. 
MS. 4029, f. 11. 
The Catalogue of the Chancellors of 
England, the Lord Keepers of the 
Great Scale ; and the Lord Treasurers 
of England, With a Collection of divers 
that have beene Masters of the Rolles, 
by J. Philipot. Lond. 1636. 4o- 
The Names and Arms of the Lord Chan- 
cellors and Keepers of the Great 
Seal of England, from the time of 
William the Conqueror to 1.646. Brit. 
Mus. Harl. MSS. 1357, 6100. 



A Brief Discourse touching the Office of 
Lord Chancellor of England, by John 
Selden. Together with a true Catalogue 
of Lord Chancellors, and Keepers of the 
Great Seal of England, from the Nor- 
man Conquest, untill this present Year, 
1671, by Sir Wm. Dugdale. Lond. 
1671. fol. Other editions in 1672, and 
1677. 
The Lives of all the Lords Chancellors, 
Lords Keepers, and Lords Commis- 
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The Chancellors from the Conquest to 
1806. London, 1806, 4°- Privately 
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Series of Lord Chancellors, Keepers of 
the Great Seal, Masters of Rolls, Yice- 
Chancellors, Chief Justices, etc. from 
Queen Elizabeth to the present time, 
by H. W. Woolrych. 1826. 120- 
A Catalogue of the Lord Chancellors, 
Keepers of the Great Seal, Masters of 
the Rolls, etc., by Tho. D. Hardy. 
London, 1843. 8«- 
The Lives of the Lord Chancellors and 
Keepers of the Great Seal of England, 
from the earliest times till the reign of 
King George IV., by John, Lord Camp- 
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Lists of Governors of the Colonies to 
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The Names of Privy Councillors, 37, 38, 
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Mus. Lans. MS. 160, f. 286. 
List of Privv Councillors, from 1536 to 
1545. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 6989, f. 
80. 
Names of Privy Councillors, in Mary's 
davs. Brit. Mus. Lansd. MS. 160, f. 
277. 
Names of Privy Councillors since 1 Eliz- 
abeth, Brit. Mus. Lans. MS. 160, f. 
281. 
Names of Noblemen, Knights, etc. of the 
Privy-Council, from anno 1 of Edw. 
YI. to 1575. Brit. Mus. Lans. MS. 
104, art. 14. 
England's Glory, or an Exact Catalogue 
of the Lords of his Majesties Most 
Honourable Privy Council, with the 
Knights of the Garter, etc. Lond. 
1660. 8« 



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Pttblic Officees. 



List of Privy Councillors, appointed by 

James II. in 1684. Brit. Mus. Lans. 

MS. 1163. 
Names of the Lords of His Majesty's 

most Honourable Privy Council. Lond. 

1689, single sheet. 
The Lords and others of the Privy Council 

temi^. Will. III. Brit. Mus. Harl. 

MS. 7512, art. 2. 
Lists of Officers of the Customs, Excise, 

Stamps and Taxes, to 1851. See 

Haydn's " Book of Dignities." 
Names of the Chancellors of the Exchequer, 

from 48 Hen. III. to 12 Jac. I. Brit. 

Mus. Lans. MS. 1G3, f. 312. 
Officers of the Exchequer and of England. 

Brit. Mus. Harl. MSB. 5169, 5170. 
Officers of the Court of lievenue, the 

Exchequer, etc. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 

7020, art. 10. 
Names of the Chief Justices of the King's 

Bench and Common Pleas, with Dates 

of their Patents, and some Arms. Her. 

Coll. Vincent MSS. 203 ; 213 ; 223. 
Chief Justices : Coloured arms. An 

heraldic MS., by William Burton, 

addressed to Sir E. Coke ; belonging to 

the Marquis of Bath. Longleat, Co. 

Wilts. 
Stemmata Genealogica capitalium Justi- 

ciariorum de Bancis utrisque, 1615. 

The arms and pedigrees of the Chief 

Justices, dedicated to Sir Edward Coke, 

by William Burton. MS. Alnwick 

Castle. 
List of the Chief Justices in Eyre, North 

and South of Trent, from 2 Hen. III. 

to 37 Hen. VIII. Brit. Mus. Cott. 

MS. Vesp. r. iv. f. 64. 
Names of the Justices of the Henches, 

from Edw. I. to 1556. Brit. Mus. 

Lans. MS. 3, arts. 47, 48. 
Names of Justices of Assize, Counsellors 

of the North, Counsellors of the 

Marches of Wales, Sheriffs, etc. A D., 

1562. Brit. Mus. Lans. MS. 1218, f. 64. 

An alphabetical list of Judges, with their 

arms, 17th cent. Brit. Mus. Lans. 

MS. 865, f. 123. 
The Names of his late Majesty's 
(William III.) Judges and Councell 

learned in the Law ; the Lords and 

others of the Privy Council ; the Justices 

of the Peace in England and Wales, etc. 

Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 7512. 



Chronological Tables of the Great Law 
Officers from the Reign of Elizabeth, 
with their Promotions, Deaths or 
Kesignations, by H. T. Woolrych. 
1826, 24"- 

The Lives of the Chief Justices of Eng- 
land, from the Norman Conquest till 
the death of Lord Mansfield, by John, 
Lord Campbell 3 vols. London, 
1849-57, 8«- 

The Judges of England ; with sketches of 
their lives, 1066-1864, by Edward 
Foss. 9 vols, Lond. 1848-1864, 8° 

A Biographical Dictionary of the Judges 
of England, from the Conquest to the 
present time, 1066-1870, by Edward 
Foss. Lond. 1870, 8'^- 

Lists of Justices of the Peace throughout 
England. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 474. 

A Book of all the Justices of the Peace in 
England and Whales. Brit. Mus. Harl. 
MS. 7512, art. 3. 

Liber Pacis, or Lists of the Nobility and 
Gentry, anno t Eliz. Brit. Mus. Lans. 
MS. 1218, f. 1. 

'' Liber Pacis de anno regni Peginse 
Elizabeth sexto-decimo [1573-4]:" A 
list of the Sheriffs, Judges of Assize, 
Councils of the North and Wales, and 
of persons in the Commission of the 
Peace in the several counties of England 
and Wales. Brit. Mus. Eg. MS. 2345. 

Names of all the Justices of the Peace in 
England, anno 1 579. Brit. Mus. Royal 
MS. 18. D. iii. 

Names of Gentlemen in Commission for 
the Peace in England and Wales, 1582. 
Brit. Mus. Lans. 35, art. 40. 

Liber Pacis, or a List of Nobility and 
Gentry in England and Wales, quali- 
fied to act as Justices of Peace, circa^ 
1584. hrit. Mus. Lans. MS. 737, f. 149. 

Names of Northern Justices, 1587- Brit. 
Mus. Lans. MS. 53, art. 86. 

Names of Justices of the Peace in every 
County, 1587. Brit. Mus. Lans. MS. 
53, art. 91. 

Lists of Nobility and Gentry in the Com- 
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Mus. Lans. MS. 1218, f. 154. 

List of the Justices of the Peace, A.D. 
1625. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 1622. 

The Names of the Justices of the Peace 
for England and Wales, March 1, 1651. 
Brit. Mus. Stowe MS. 391. 



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Lists of Justices of Peace for each County, 

a7ino 1653. Pub. Lib. Camb. MS. D*d. 

viii, I. 
Nomina Magistroruin llotulorura in Can- 

cellaria, ab ann. 25 Edw. 1. ad ann. 1 

Car. I. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 4029, f. 

10. See also Dugdale's " Origines 

Juridiciales." 
Origines Juridiciales, by W. Dugdale. 3rd 

edition, London, 1680, fol. Abridged 

and continued to 1739, under the title 

of " Chronica Juridicialia." 
Lists of Justices of Peace in England and 

Wales, circa 1680. All Souls' Coll. 

Oxf. MS. ccxxiii. 
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Eleventh Report of Historical MSS. 

Commission, 172. Lond. 1887, 8'^- 
A List of the Deputy-Lieutenants and 

Commission Officers of England and 

Wales. All Souls' Coll. Oxf. MS. 

CCXXIII. 

Names of Lieutenants and Deputies in 
England, teinj). Eliz. Brit. Mus. Royal 
MS. 18, C. xxr. p. 38. 

Names of the Lords Lieutenants of the 
several counties of England and Wales, 
1697. Brit. Mus. Eg. MS. 1626. 

The Office of Marshal of Englaad, taken 
from a manuscript in the possession of 
Joseph Edmondson, Esq., Mowbray 
Herald. MS. early 19th century, 
belonging to Arthur Vicars, Esq., F.S.A. 
Vicarage Library, Clyde Road, Dublin. 

On the Great Offices of Lord High Steward, 
Lord High Constable, and Earl Marshall 
of England, with other Offices appendant 
to them, by Sir Robt. Cotton, Camden, 
Selden, Tate, etc., 17th centurv. Brit. 
Mus. Stowe MS. 414. 

Tracts on the Office of Marshall, 17th 
and l!-^th centuries. Brit. Mus. Harl. 
MSS. 5878, 6240, 6779, 7384. 

Papers relating to the Office of Earl 
Marshal. Brit. Mus. MSS. Tit. C. i. ; 
Harl. 4176 ; Add. 5937, 6297, 9023 ; 
Lans. 867—8. Ashmole, Lib. 7355». 

Miscellaneous Collections relating to the 
offices of Lords High Chancellor and 
Constable, and Earl Marshall, temp. 
Chas. II. Brit. Mus. Stowe MSS. 418; 
811. 

On the »ame, origin, duties, ^d privileges 
of the Earl Marshall, by John Anstis. 
Brit Mus. Stowe MS. 196. 



Letters to a Peer, concerning the Honour 
of Earl Marshal. Letter i. shewing 
that no Earl Marshal can be made during 
the minority of an Hereditary Earl 
Marshal, by John Anstis. Lond. 1703, 
8^'- Another edition in 1706. 
Catalogue of Marshals ; list of Peers in 
1577; Ordinances of John Tiptoft 6 
Edw. IV., etc. MS. Dytchley, Co. 
Oxford. 
Names of the Erles Marschalls of Eno-- 
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Coll. Camb. MS 670, fP. 203, 217. 
Catalogues and Descents of the Marshals 
of England, from Hen. I. to 1638. 
Together with their arms, etc. Brit. 
Mus. Harl. MS. 6168; Lans. MS. 
195'. See also Dallaway's " Heraldic 
Miscellanies," p. 49; and Noble's 
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Navy, see "Navy Lists," published by 

Authority. 
List of the Admirals of England. Brit. 

Mus. .^loan MS. 1301, art. 6. 
Names of the Vice- Admirals of England. 

Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 474, f. 97. 
List of the Royal Navy of England, anno. 
1546. Trin. Coll. Camb., Pepys MS. 99- 
Captains serving against the Spaniards, 
1588. Brit. Mus. Royal MS. 14 B. xiii. 
Lists of the Admirals of England, from 
Edward 11. to 1590. Brit. Mus. Harl. 
MSS. 6082, art. 22 ; 6843, f. 151 ; 
6848, art. 30. 
Names of the Officers of the Navy, te?7ip. 
Elizabeth : Brit. Mus. Royal MS. 18 
C. xxi, pp. 4, 9. 
Memoirs of the Naval Worthies of Queen 
Elizabeth's Reign, by J. Barrow. Lond. 
1845, 8«« 
List of the Admirals of England, from 8 
Hen. III. to 16 James I. See Spel- 
man's " Grlossarium Archaiologicum," 
1626, p. 16. 
List of Officers of the Navy, temp. Charles 

I. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 7504. 
Register of Admissions and Promotions 
of Officers employed in the English 
Navy between 1660 and 1688. Trin. 
Coll. Camb. Pepys MS. 128. 
A list of all the Officers of the Nav}^ 

1691. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 6003. 
Characters of Great Men and Officers of 
the Navy in the reign of Queen Anne. 
Brit. Mus, Harl. MS. 6760. 



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Lists of Officers of the Navy, from 1660 
to 1750. Brit. Mus. Harl. MSS. 7464 ; 
7504; 7472; Add. MSS. 11603; 11604 ; 
14418. 

A list of the Captains of the Eoyal Navy 
with the dates of their Commissions, 
&c. 1673-1739. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
31242. 

Lives of British Admirals, by John Camp- 
bell. 4 vols. Lond. 1779. New 
edition, by Yorke and Stevenson, 8 
vols. Lond. 1812-17, 8^^- Abridged 
edition, 1849. W- 

Lives of the British Admirals, and Naval 
History of Great Britain, from the days 
of Csesar to the present time. By Dr. 
John Campbell. Seventh edition, London, 
1870. 8"- 

Biographia Navalis ; or Impartial Memoirs 
of the Lives and Characters of Officers 
of the Navy of Great Britain, from 
1660 to the present time, by John 
Charnock. 6 vols. Lond, 1794—98. 8"- 

Boyal Naval Biography ; or Memoirs of 
the Services of all the Flag Officers, 
Superannuated Bear- Admirals, lietired 
Captains, Post-Captains, and Com- 
manders, by John Marshall. 12 vols. 
Lond. 1823-30, 8'^- 

A Naval Biographical Dictionary, com- 
prising the Life, etc. of every living 
officer in Her Majesty's Navy, by 
William R. O'Byrne London, 1849. 8"- 

The Annual lioyal Naval Obituary for 
1855, by H. S. Smith. Lond. 1856. 
8^- "^ 

Names of the Masters of the Rolls, from 
50 Hen. III. to 12 Jas. I. Brit. Mus. 
Lans. MS. 163, f. 310. 

List of the L(Tds Privy Seal and Com- 
missioners, 1571-1701. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MS. 30,500. 

Foreign Secretaries of the Nineteenth 
Century to 1834, by Percy M. Thorn- 
ton. 2 vols. Lond. 1881. Second 
edition, 3 vols. Lond. 1881-83, 8"- 

The _ Names of ^ Sheriffs, Bailiffs, Re- 
ceivers, Auditors, Justices of the 
Peace, and other Civil Officers, are given 
in the Valor Ecclesiasticus. 
A List of Sheriffs of the English Counties, 
from 31 Hen. I. to 4 Edw III. See 
the Thirty-first Annual Rc])ort of the 
Deputy Keeper of the Public Records. 
London, 1870, S*'- 



Notes on early sheriff's, by the Rev. R. 

W. Evton. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 

31,944". 
List of Sheriffs from 1154. See Berry's 

Pedigrees of several counties. 
Names of Sheriffs, etc., in England, A.D. 

1562, Brit. Mus. Lans. MS. 1218, f. 64. 
List of Sheriffs in England, from Hen. II. 

to Elizabeth inclusive. Qu. Coll. Oxf. 

MS. clxv. 
The Names of Sheriff's throughout England 

and Wales, 1582. Brit. Mus. Lans. MS. 

35, art. 41. 
Names of the High Sheriffs, Justices of 

the Peace, Lieutenants and their 

Deputies, and Commissioners of the 

several counties, with the names of all 

the Vice Admirals of England. 1585. 

Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 474. 
Catalogue of the Sheriffs of England to 

the last year of Queen Elizabeth. Her. 

Coll. Philipot MS. 10, Pb. 
Catalogue of the High Sheriffs of England, 

from Hen. II. to Jas. I. Her. Coll. 

Vincent MS. 47. 
Nomina Vicecomitum in diversis Comita- 

tibus, tempp. Hen. II., John, Edw. III., 

Hen. VIIL, Eliz., Jac. I., Car. I. Brit. 

Mus. Harl. MS. 259. 
Nomina Vice-Comitum Anglise. Hen. II. 

—Car I. Brit, Mus. Harl. MS. 5171. 
The Succession of the High Sheriffs of 

divers Counties from the Reign of 

King Henry II. to that of King Charles 

I. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 2122. 
A true catalogue of all the Sheriff es for 

England and Wales for the yeare 1642, 

etc. Lond. 1642, folio sheet. 
A true catalogue of all the Sheriffs for 

England and Wales for the year 1645, 

etc. Single sheet. 
November 15, 1654. A perfect list of the 

high sheriffs in England and Wales for 

the year ensuing. Lond. 1654, folio 

sheet. 
Lists of High Sheriffs of different Counties 

during the time of the Usurpation. 

Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 5832. f. 181. 
Lists of Sheriffs to 1662. See Fuller's 

" Worthies." 
A Catalogue of Sheriffs of England and 

Wales, from Hen. II. to George I. 

Sion Coll. Lib. 
Lists of Sheriff's to 1748. Brit. Mus. 

Lans. MS. 1218, f. 113 b. 



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A List of the Sheriffs, under-Sheriffs, and 
their London Agents in England and 
Wales for the year 1824, Woolwich, 
1824, folio sheet. 

Roll of the High Sheriffs of England and 
Wales for 1877, recording the Arms and 
the Lineages of those Families whose 
members have been appointed by her 
Majesty to serve the ancient and hon- 
ourable office of High Sheriffs to their 
respective counties for the current year, 
by S. J. Bertrand Payne-Payne. Lond. 
1878, 40- Privately printed. 

Lives of the Speakers of the House of 
Commons, by James Alex. Manning. 
Lond. 1850, 8«- 

Sir Kobt. Cotton, Camden, Selden, Tate, 
and other learned Antiquaries upon the 
great offices of Lord High Steward, 
Lord High Constable, and Earl Marshall 



of England, temp. Chas. 11. Brit. Mus. 
Stowe MS. 414. 

An Historical Dissertation on the Origin, 
Antiquity, and Functions of the Office 
of Lord-High- Steward of England. 
Lond. 1776. 8''- 

Collections concerning the Lords Steward 
and Marshal, in the time of Edw. IV., 
by Fr. Thinne. Brit. Mus. Cott. MS. 
Jul. C. Yin. 

Succession of the Lords High Stewards of 
England, from the time of William the 
Conqueror to Charles I. Brit. Mus. 
Harl. MS. 2194. 

The Lives and Successions of the Trea- 
surers of England, from Odo, Treasurer 
to King Athelstan, to Hugh Lord 
Segrave, 1385, with coloured sketches 
of their Armorial Bearings, by Francis 
Thynne,1593. Brit. Mus. Stowe MS. 68. 



i^^ttglisij Cottnttts. 



o>.=rJX^S^S^ 



BEDFORDSHIRE. 

Warburton's and Pomfret's Genealogical 
Collections towards a History of Bed- 
fordshire. Brit. Mus. Lans. MSS. 887 ; 
888. 

The miscellaneous heraldical collections of 
John Pomfret, Rouge Croix pursuivant ; 
with pedigrees and notes relating to 
Bedfordshire families, and epitaphs, etc. 
from several churches in that county. 
Brit. Mus. Lans. MS. 854. 

Heralds' Visitation of Bedfordshire, 1566. 
Her. Coll. H. 15 ; Phil. 49 P. Brit. 
Mus. Harl. MSS. 1531, 4600, 5867. 

Visitation of Bedfordshire, 1582, 3. Brit. 
Mus. Harl. MSS. 1097, 1390, 2109, 
3968, 5186. 

Visitation of Bedfordshire, 1586. Queen's 
College, Oxf. cxiy. 

Visitation of Bedfordshire, 1634. Her. 
Coll. C. 31. Brit. Mus* Harl. MSS. 
4108, 5828. 



The Heralds' Visitations of Bedfordsliire 

in 1566, 1586, and 1634. Edited by F. 

A. Blaydes for the Harleiau Society. 

London, 1884, 8o- 
Visitation of Bedfordshire, 1669. Brit. 

Mus. Harl. MS. 1405 ; Stowe MS. 645. 
Pedigrees of Bedfordshire Families. Her. 

Coll. Phil. MSS. 1. P. ; 2. P. ; Vincent 

MS. 139. 
Collection of Bedfordshire Pedigrees, 

circa 1600. MS. Lamport Hall, Co. 

Northampton. 
Pedigrees of Bedfordshire Families, by St. 

George, to about 1621. Caius CoU. 

Camb. MS. 541, art. 13. 
Arms and pedigrees of Bedfordshire, &c. 

families, 1654. Stowe MS. 644. Brit. 

Mus. 
Collections of Descents and Arms for Bed- 
fordshire and London, with the name of 

Peter Le Neve, 1691. 31S. Lamport 

Hall, Co. Northampton. 



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English Counties. 



Genealogia Beclfordiensis. Edited hj F. 

A. Blaydes. In progress, 1887. 
Arms and Crests in Harvej's Visitation 

of Bedfordshire in 1506. Her. Coll. 

Vincent MS. 184. 
Arms of Bedfordshire Families, by 

Bysshe, 1669. Her. Coll. MS. D. 

Thynne's Collection of Arms, and In- 
scriptions in several Churches in Bed- 
fordshire. Brit. Mus. Cott. MS. Cleop. 
C. iii. 
The Monumental Brasses of Bedfordshire, 
by the Kev H. Addington. See 
" Archaeological Journal," vol. 40. 
London, 1888, 8"- 
Collections of Monumental Inscriptions in 
Churches in Bedfordshire. 3IS. 
Woburn Abbey. 
Church Notes in Bedfordshire. Collected 
by the Kev. S. Lysons. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 9460. 
Monumental Inscriptions, and drawings of 
arms in St. Paul's Church Bedford, and 
in Maulden Church, Bedfordshire. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 5834, pp. 247—285. 
Monumental Inscriptions, and drawings 
of Coats of Arms in the Churches of 
Elstow, and Houghton— Conquest, Co. 
Bedford. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 5830. 
Arms and Epitaphs in the Churches of 
Eaton-Soken, Little Barford, and St. 
John's Bedford. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
5832, f. 81. 
A Summary Catalogue of Monumental 
Art, existing in Parish Churches in 
Bedfordshire. See " The Topographer 
and Genealogist," vol. i. edited by John 
Gough Nichols. London, 1846, 8"- 
Lords of Manors in co. Bedford. 9 Edw. 

II. lirit. Mus. Add. MS. 26,092. 
List of the High Sheriffs of Bedfordshire, 
from 1646 to 1756. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 5832, f. 182^- 
Names of Freeholders in the Counties of 
Bedford, etc. A.D. 1561. Brit. Mus. 
Lans. MS. 5. 
Copy of the poll at an Election of Members 
of Parliament for the County of Bed- 
ford, 1727. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
29,909. 
List of the Mayors of Bedford from the 
year 1647, see " Becords etc. of the 
Corporation of Bedford." Bedford, 
1883, 40- Privately printed. 



Arms and Inscriptions in Biggleswade 

Church, Bedfordshire, 1762. Brit. 

Mus. Add. MS. 5841, f. 89. 
Extracts from the Parish Begisters of 

Campton, Co. Bedford. See Nichols' 

" Coll. Top. et Gen." vol. iii. p. 121. 
Extracts from the Parish Begisters of 

Cople, Co. Bedford. See Nichols' " Coll. 

Top. et Gen." vol. v. p. 362. 
Names and arms of the Knights at the 

Tournaments of Dunstable, temp. Edw. 

IL and III. Brit. Mus. MSS. Harl. 

1068 f. 6 ; 1408 f. 141 ; 2213 f. 24 ; 

6148 f. 144 ; 6589 f. 99 ; Add. 5848 f. 

145 ; Lans. 860 f. 9 ; Otho 1). it. f. 92. 
Extracts from the Parish Registers of 

Hawnes, Co. Bedford. See Nichols' 

" Coll Top. et Gen." vol. iii. p. .-5. 
Monumental Inscriptions, and drawings 

of Coats of Arms in Milbroke Church, 

Co. Bedford. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 

5831. 

BERKSHIRE. 

Heralds' Visitation of Berkshire. MS. No. 

XLYir. Towneley Hall, Burnley. 
Heralds' Visitation of Berkshire, 1531. 

Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 12,479. Her. 

Coll. H. 20. 
Visitation of Berkshire, by Wm. Hervey, 

Clarencieux, 1566. 3ISS Lamport 

Hall, Co. Northampton. Her. Coll. G. 

5 ; H. 9 ; Phil. 49 p. Bodl. Lib. Gough 

MS. 
Copy of Visitation of Berkshire made in 

1566 ; transcribed and augmented by 

William Smith, alias Rouge Dragon, 

1600. MS. Lamport Hall, Co. 

Northampton. 
Visitation of Berkshire, 1566, enlarged to 

1602, 3. Brit. Mus. MSS. Harl.' 1081, 

1139, 1532, 5822, 5867 ; Add. 14,283. 
The Visitation of Berkshire, A.D. 1566. 

Edited by Walter C. Metcalfe. Privately 

printed. 
Visitation of Berkshire, 1584. Brit. 

Mus. Harl MS. 1153. 
Visitation of Berkshire, 1597. Caius Coll. 

531. Qu. Coll. Oxf. Ixxxii. 
Visitation of Berkshire, 1023. Privately 

printed by Sir Thomas Phillipps. Folio. 
Visitation oit" Berkshire. 1623. Brit. 

Mus. MSS. Harl. 4108, 6173. Her. 

Coll. C. 18. ; E. D. N. I. Ashmole, 

Lib. 852. 



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Visitation of Berkshire, 1634. Brit. Mus. 

Harl. MS. 5828. 
The Visitation of Berkshire, taken in the 

year 1623, by Henry Chitting, Chester, 

&e., with some additions of the former 

visitations taken in 1566, and 1661. 

Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 4961. 
Visitations of Bedfordshire and Berkshire, 

time of Charles I. and Charles II. 

Stowe MS. 645. Brit. Mus. 
Visitation of Berkshire, 1664. Brit. 

Mus. Hark MS. 14S8. Her. Coll. C. 

12. Ashmole, Lib. 851. 
Visitation of Berkshire, 1664—66. Brit. 

Mus. MSS. Harl. 1530 ; Add. 14,284. 
The Visitation of Berkshire, 1664-6, by 

Elias Ashmole. (Harl. MSS. 1483, 

1530.) Edited by Walter C. Metcalfe, 

Exeter, 1882, >■ See also The 

Genealogist., vol. v. Lond. 1881, 8°- 
Pedigrees of Berkshire Families. Brit. 

Mus. Harl. MS. 5819. Ashm. Lib. 

MS. 852. Her. Coll. Phil. MS. 3. P. 
Pedigrees of several of the most noted 

Families in Berkshire, extracted from a 

Genealogical MS. written about 1601. 

See appendix to Ashmole 's " Antiquities 

of Berkshire." 
Pedigrees of Berkshire Families, by 

William Berry. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 

15,445. 
Pedigrees of the Families in the County 

of Berkshire. Collected from the 

Heraldic Visitations, and other authentic 

Manuscripts, by William Berry. London, 

1837, fol. 
Collection of Pedigrees of Berkshire fami- 
lies, with genealogical notes, by John 

Kichards, 1837. Brit Mus. Add. MS. 

28,668. 
Armorial bearings and Index to Pedigrees 
I . of Berkshire families, by John Richards, 
f 1834. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 28,669. 
Arms and Crests in Hervey's Visitation 

of Berkshire, 1566. Her. Coll. Vincent 

MS. 184. 
Ashmole's Collection of Arms, Epitaphs, 

etc. in Churches in Berkshire, 1666. 

Ashm. Lib. MSS. 571, 850, 1137. 
Monumental Inscriptions in Berkshire, 

etc., collected in 1660. Brit. Mus. 

Harl. MSS. 4170, 6365. 
The Arms, Epitaphs, anc^ Fenestral 

Inscriptions, with the draught of the 

Tombs, in all the Churches in Berkshire, 



published under the title of " The 
Antiquities of Berkshire," by Elias 
Ashmole. 3 vols. Reading, 1736, foL 

Church Notes in Berkshire, collected by 
the Rev. S. Lysons. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 9460. 

Drawings of the ancient Monastic Seals 
of Berkshire, by B. Howlett. [This 
originally formed part of Caley's 
collection of drawings of Monastic 
Seals]. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 14,282. 

Lords of Manors in Co. Berks, 9 Edw. II. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 26,092. 

A Catalogue of the principal Gentry living 
in 1665. Ashm. Lib. MS. 7235. 

Biographical and Genealogical Notices of 
the Members of Parliament of Berk- 
shire, from Edward VI. to Victoria, by 
Robert H. O'Byrne. L(.nd. 1848, 8''-' 

List of Institutions to the Vicarage of 
Hurley, Berks, 1304—1887, by Rev. F. 
T. Wethered. Privately printed, 1888. 

The Worthies and Celebrities connected 
with Newbury, Berks, and its neigh- 
bourhood, by Henry Godwin. Newbury, 
1859, 4«- 

List of the Mayors of Reading, from 1399 
to 1803. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 28662. 
f. 256. 

Extracts from the Parish Registers of 
Shottesbrooke, Berks. 1586—1812. 
" The Genealogist," vol. yii, Lond. 
1883. 80- 

Parish Register of Steventon, Co. Berks, 
1556-1599. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 2395. 

Extracts from the Parish Registers of 
Welford, Co. Berks. See Nichols' 
" Coll. Top. et Gen." vol. v. p. 359. 

Copies of Polls for the Borough of Wind- 
sor at three Elections for Parliament, 
1794,1802 and 1804. Windsor, 1804, 8«- 

Poor Knights of Windsor of the Founda- 
tion of S. Travers. Windsor, 1849, 8«- 

BUCKINGHAMSHIRE. 

Heralds' Visitation of Buckinghamshire, 
undated. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 5868. 
Her. Coll. Phil. MSS. 4 P, 5 P. Bodl. 
Gough MS. 

Visitation of Buckinghamshire by Wm. 
Hervey, Clarencieux, 1566. MS. Lam- 
port Hall, Co. Northani])tou. Her. 
Coll. MSS. H. 9, H. 15, Phil. 49 P. 
Vincent 138. Brit. Mus. Harl. MSS. 
1429, 3968, 5181, 5832, 5867. 



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The Visitation of the County of Bucking- 
ham, A.D. 1566. Edited by Walter C. 
Metcalfe. [Harl. MS. 5867.] Privately 
printed. See also The Genealogist, vol. 
VII. Lond. 1883, 8o- 

Visitation of Buckinghamshire, 1574. 
Her. Coll. MSS. F. 1., G. 3., E.D.N, ii. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 1139. 

Visitation of Buckinghamshire, 1574 — 6, 
enlarged to 1634. Brit. Mus. Harl. 
MS. 1533. 

Visitation of Buckinghamshire. A copy of 
Philipot's and Ryley's visitation in 
1634, with several other coats of arms, 
collected by Samuel Walker, in 1669. 
Stowe MS. 646. Brit. Mus. 

Visitation of Buckinghamshire, 1634. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MSS. 1102, 1136, 
1151, 1193, 1234, 1391, 1405, 5828. 
Her. Coll. C. 26, Phil. 49 P. Qu. Coll. 
cxxY. Caius Coll. 534. 

Visitation of Buckinghamshire, 1634, 
preceded by Epitaphs and Arms copied 
from various Churches, inscribed 
" Abram White, ejus liber, 1678." MS. 
Lamport Hall, Co. Northampton. 

Pedigrees of Buckinghamshire families, 
by Robt. Cooke, 1583. MS. belonging 
to Lord Braye, at Stamford Hall. 

Pedigrees of Buckinghamshire Families, 
by William Berry. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 15,445. 

Pedigrees of the Families in 'the County 
of Buckinghamshire. Collected from 
the Heraldic Visitations, and other 
authentic Manuscripts, by William 
Berrj', London, 1837, fol. 

Pedigrees of Buckinghamshire Families. 
Her. Coll. Phi]. MS. 35 ; Pb. W. 

Extracts and Pedigrees from the Kegister 
of Nutley Abbey, Co. Bucks, 1591. 
Her. Coll. MS. G. 5 (2). 

Arms and Pedigi-ees of Buckinghamshire 
Families, with a List of the Justices of 
Bedfordshire and Bucks, from the reign 
of Henry II. 17th century. Brit. Mus. 
Stowe MS. 647. 

Arms and Crests in Hervey's Visitation of 
CO. Bucks, 1566. Her. Coll. Vincent 
MS. 184 

Arms of Buckinghamshire Families, by 
Bysshe, 1669. Her. Coll. MS. D. 
25. 

Lords of Manors in co. Buckingham, 9 
Edw. II. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 26,092. 



The Worthies of Buckinghamshire, and 
Men of Note of that County, by 
Robert Gibbs. 1884, 4''- 

A Register of the Names and Occupations 
of all Persons residing within the 
County of Buckingham, between the 
ages of 15 and 60 years, by John Penn, 
Esq., High Sheriff, 1798, 2 vols. Brit. 
Mus. Stowe MS. 804. 

Poll Book for the County Election, May 
1831, giving a list of 2500 freeholders. 
1831. 

History of the Deanery of Buckingham ; 
with an account of the Earls and Dukes 
of Buckingham and the High Sheriffs 
of the County, by Browne Willis. 
London, 1755, 4*^- 

Muster Roll of the trained bands of 
Buckinghamshire, 1624. Brit. Mus. 
Stowe MS. 802. 

Original returns of the trained bands of 
Buckingham and Newport hundreds, co. 
Bucks, 1660—62. Brit. Mus. Stowe 
MS. 803. 

Drawings representing the costume of the 
Royal Bucks Militia in 1793, with the 
names, etc. of the Officers, by Sir Wmx. 
Young. Brit. Mus. Stowe MS. 805. 

History of the Hundred of Cotslow, 
containing the Epitaphs, Inscriptions 
and Arms in all the Parish Churches, 
with extracts from the Parish Registers, 
by Browne Willis, with lists of Rectors, 
1772. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 5840. 

History of the Hundred of Newport, co. 
Buckingham, containing the Epitaphs, 
Inscriptions and Arms in all the Parish 
Churches, with extracts from the Parish 
Registers, by Browne Willis. 1765, with 
lists of Rectors-. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
5839. 

Church Notes in Buckinghamshire, col- 
lected by the Rev. S. Lysons. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 9460. 

Monumental Inscriptions in Buckingham- 
shire, collected in 1660. Brit. Mus. 
Harl. MSS. 4170, 6821; Lans. MS. 
712. 

Monumental Inscriptions, with drawings 
of Coats of Arms in the Churches of 
Fenny-Stratford, Chesham, Woburne, 
Milton, Keynes, Haversham, Wolverton, 
and Beauchampton, co. Buckingham, 
by the Rev. Wm. Cole, 1754. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MS. 5836. 



Enolish CorNTrfis. 



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Monumeotal Inscriptions, and drawings of 
Coats of Arms in the Churches of 
Stukely, Drayton -Parslow, Stoke-Ham- 
ond, Walton, Newton-Longueville, and 
Wavenden, co. Buckingham. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 5830. 

Drawings of coats of arms, and monumental 
inscriptions in Blechlej^ Church, Copy 
of the Parith Register, from 1579 to 
1763, and list of the Kectors, from 1196 
to 1765. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
5821. 

Coloured drawings of Coats of Arms, and 
Monumental Inscriptions in Burnham 
Church, Buckinghamshire, with extracts 
from the Parish Registers. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MS. 5833. 

Extracts from the Parish Registers of 
Burnham in Buckinghamshire, 1561 to 
1774. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 5847. 

Extracts from the Parish Registers of 
Burnham, co. Bucks. See Nichols' 
'• Coll. Top. et Gen." vol. iv. p. 286. 

Monumental Effigies found at Chenies in 
Bucks. By W. H. Kelke. See 
Arcli(jeological Journal. Vol. x. 

Sepulchral Monuments at Clifton Reynes, 
by W. H. Kelke. See ArchcBologlcal 
Journal, vol. XI. 

Abstracts from the Parish Register of 
Denham in the County of Bucks, 1564 
—1688. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 3361. 

Grant of Arms to Eton College, 27 Henry 
YI. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 5841. 

Arms in Eton College, with a Catalogue 
of the Fellows, 1777. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 5848. f. 206. 

Monumental Inscriptions in Eton College 
Chapel. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 5831. 

Catalogues of the Eton scholars from 
1443 to 1774, with short biographies, 
have been printed, under the title of 
" Registrum Regale, sive Catalogus 
Praepositorum, Sociorum et Alumnorum 
in Coll. Etonensi, in Coll. Reg. Cantab. 
Cooptatorum, 1443—1774." Etonse 
(Pote), 1774, 4« 

Alumni Etonenses ; or a Catalogue of the 
Provosts and Fellows of Eton College, 
from 1443 to 1797, with an Account of 
their Lives and Preferments, by Thomas 
Harwood. Birmingham, 1797, 4°- 

Catalogus Praepositorum et^ Sociorum 
Coll. Etonensis, in Com. Bucks. 
Ashm. Lib. Wood MS. 8583, f. 120. 



Eton School Lists, from 1791 to 1877, 
with Notes and Index by Stapleton, 
giving Lists of the Provosts, Fellows, 
Masters, etc. 1885, 4P- 

Memoirs of Eminent Etonians, by Edward 
S. Creasy. 1850, 8'^- 

Memoirs of Celebrated Etonians, by J. H. 
Jesse. 2 vols. London, 1875, W^- 

The Parish Registers of Great Hampden, 
CO. Bucks, 1557 — 1812 ; together with 
copies of the Monumental Inscriptions 
in the Church and Churchyard, and a 
list of the successive Rectors. Edited 
by Ernest Arthur Ebblewhite. Only 
100 copies privately printed. 

Lords of the Manor of Hartwell, from 
the Conquest to the present time. 
Peveral, De Hertewell, Luton, Hampden 
and Lee. By W. H. Smyth. 2 vols. 
London, 1851—64, 4"- 

Notes on Supulchral Memorials in 
Hughendon Church, Buckinghamshire, 
by Albert Hartshorne, Esq. See The 
Archceological Journal., xxxiv, 279. 
London, 1877, 8'^- 

Extracts from the Parish Registers of 
Iver, CO. Bucks. See Nichols' " Coll. 
Top. et Gen." vol. iii, p. 279. 

List of Rectors of Great Lynford in 
Buckinghamshire, from 1277 to 1755 ; 
with monumental inscriptions. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 5829. 

The Catholic Registers of Weston Under- 
wood, Bucks. Privately printed for 
Fred. A. Crisp, 1887, fol. 

CAMBRIDGESHIRE. 

Heralds' Visitation of Cambridgeshire, no 
date. Brit. Mus. Hari. MSS. 6774, 6775, 
6830. Her. Coll. Phil. M8S. 6. P. ; 7. P. 

Visitation of Cambridgeshire, 1575. Her 
Coll., G. 10, G. 14, G. 18. 

A^isitation of Cambridgeshire, 1570 — 
1590. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 16,940. 

Visitation of Cambridgeshire, 1575, en- 
larged to 1619. Brit. Mus. Hari. MS, 
1534. 

Copy of part of the Visitation of Cam- 
bridgeshire, made between the years 
1573 and 1579, with coloured arms, by 
Wm. Cole. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 5812. 
f. 142. 

Visitation of Cambridgeshire, by Henry 
St. George, 1619. Brit. Mus. MSS. 
Add. 4962 ; Hari. 1043, 1401, 2198, 



122 



English (Bounties. 



6769, G770. Her. Coll. C. ii ; Vincent 
131. Cains Coll. 542. Qn. Coll. xciii. 
bocll. Lib. MS. 

Copy of the Visitation of Cambridgeshire 
in 1619 ; with additions by the Kev. 
Wm. Cole ; arms in colours, 1764. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 5812. 

The Cambridgeshire Visitation, bv Henry 
St. George, 1619, from MSS. Phillipps 
No. 63. Edited by Sir Thomas 
Phillipps, Bart. Medio-Montanis, 
1840, fol. 

Heralds' Visitation of Cambridgeshire, 
1665. Her Coll. C. 39. 

Copy of the Visitation of the County of 
Cambridge by Sir H. St. George, 1684, 
by Kev. Wm. Cole. Brit. Mus Add. 
MS. 5822. 

Pedigrees of several Gentlemen now 
inhabiting the County of Cambridge, 
bytheEev. Wm. Cole, 1747. .Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 5812, f . 154. 

Heraldry and Pedigrees of Cambridgeshire 
Families, 2 vols, folio. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MSS. 5798, a, b. 

Arms and Descents of Cambridgeshire 
Families from the Visitation of 1619. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MSS. 2198, 2230. 

The Names, Habitations, and Arms of all 
the Gentlemen in Cambridgeshire. 
Bodl. Lib. Gough MS. 

Names and arms of the Cambridgeshire 
Gentry in the time of Charles II. and 
in 1761. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 5812. 
f. 195 b, etc. 

Drawings of Arms and Monuments, with 
copies of Monumental Inscriptions in 
the several Churches and Colleges in 
Cambridgeshire, by the Kev Wm. Cole. 
Cole's MSS. in the British Museum. 
Nos. 5802-5813, 5819, 5820. 

Church Notes, etc. in Cambridgeshire, 
collected by the Kev. S. Lysons. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MSS. 9461, 9465. 

Drawings of coats of arms, and monu- 
mental inscriptions in the Churches of 
Barton, Cumberton, Hardwick, Down- 
ham, Great and Little Wilbraham, 
Kenet, Littleport, Emneth, and Over. 
Brit. ]\Ius. Add. MS. 5821. 

Arms and Epitaphs in Sawston Church, 
Cambridgeshire. Brit. Mus. Add. MS, 
5832, f. 151. 

Epitaphs in Cambridgeshire, A,D. 1713. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 11,425. 



Monumental Inscriptions in Cambridge- 
shire. See Blomefield's " Collectanea 
Cantabrigiensia." 1750, 4«- Pri- 
vately printed. 
Lords of Manors in co. Cambridge, 9 Edvv. 
II. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 26,092. 

List of Sheriifs of Cambridgeshire. See 
Carter's " History of Cambridgeshire." 

List of Sheriffs of Cambridgeshire, from 
Hen. II. to 17 Jas. I. ^^u. Coll. Oxf. 
MS. xciii. f. 6. 

A List of the Sheriffs for the Counties of 
Cambridge and Huntingdon, from 1654 
to 1749, with the names and dates of a, 
few earlier ones. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
5810, f. 4. 

Names and Arms of Justices of Peace, 
Co. Cambridge, A.D. 1601, 1619. Qu. 
Coll. Oxf. MS. xciii. 

Short Memorials, with the Arms embla- 
zoned, of the present Justices of the 
Peace for the Count v of Cambridge, 
A.D. 1740. By the Kev. Wm. Cole. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 5808. 

Extracts from the Parish Kegisters from 
Great and Little Abington, 1748. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 5823. 

List of the Mayors of Cambridge. See 
Blomefield's " Collectanea Canta- 
brigiensia .'' 

List of the Mayors and Bailiffs of Cam- 
bridge, 1263-1500. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MSS. 5813, f. 131 b. ; 5833, f . 123, &c. 

List of the Mayors of Cambridge, from 
1488 to 1501. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 
4116, f. 8. 

Names of Gentlemen in the Commission 
of the Peace within the Town of Cam- 
bridge, 1597. Brit. Mus. Lans. MS. 
84, art. 99. 

Lists of Cambridge Officers, 1708-1782. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MSS. 5813, f. 200 b. ; 
5960, f . 27. 

Collections, containing the Monuments in 
the Parish Churches and Chapels in: 
Cambridge, with all the Arms in and 
about the Colleges, by Francis Bloom- 
field, 1724. Brit. Mus. Stowe MS. 84. 

Monumental Inscriptions in divers 
Churches and Chapels iu Cambridge. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MSS. 2129, 6121, 6821. 

History of the University of Cambridge, 
by Edm. Carter. London, 1753, 8°- 
Another by G. Dyer. 2 vols. Lond. 
1814, 8«. 






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Memorabilia Cantabrigiie ; or, An Account 
of the Colleges in Cambridge, by Joseph 
Wilson. Jjondon, 1803, 8"- 

Description of both the Universities of 
Cambridge and Oxford, with their arms, 
and the arms of every college of both of 
them, witli the first founders and prin- 
cipal benefactors to those Universities, 
by A. Lewis. The arms are coloured. 
MS. No. 125. Ettington Hall, Co. 
Warwick. 

The Foundation of the University of 
Cambridge, with the names and arms 
of all such noble persons as have been 
Earls of Cambridge and Chancellors of 
the University for 100 years last past, 
also of the founders, benefactors, masters, 
etc. Collected by S. G. Sanderson. 
16G2, MS. Kimbolton Castle. 

The Foundation of the Universitie of 
Cambridge. With the Arms of each 
College, Founders and Officers, etc., 
beautifully coloured by John Scot in 
1617 and 1621. Brit. Mus. Harl. MSS. 
4017, 4283. Add. MS. 11720. 

Lists of the Chief Officers of the University 
of Cambridge. See Le Neve's " Fasti," 
new edition by Thomas DufFus Hardy. 
3 vols. Oxford, 1854, 8«- 

Catalogus Cancellariorum, Pro-Cancellari- 
oruni, Procuratorum. et eorum qui in 
Acad. Cantab, ad Gradum Doctoris 
aspirant ; et numerus omnium Grad- 
uatorum, etc., ab ann. 1500, ad. ann. 
1571, per Matth. Parkerum, Arch. 
Cant. Ashm. Lib. Wood MS. 8567. 

Catalogus Artium Baccalaureorum in 
Universitate Cantabrigia? ab Anno 
Domini 1500, usque ad Annum 1735, a 
reverendo et dignissimo Viro Gulielmo 
Kichardson. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 5885. 

List of Bachelors of Arts, Cambridge, 
from 1500 to 1777. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 5851. 

Registrum Gratiarum, Graduum, etc., a 
veteri libro procuratorum, 1488 — 1544. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 6399, A. 

Lists of Cambridge Graduates, 1500 — 
1775. Brit. Mus. Add. M:^S. 5851, f. 
224 ; 5884, f. 33. 

Graduati Cantabrigiensis, 1823, with MS. 
additions by D. E. Davy. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MSS. 19,209, 19,210. 

Graduati Cantabrigienses. Bdited by 
Henry Kichard Luard. Cantabrigiensis, 
1884, 8«- 



The Cambridge University Calendar. This 
calendar was commenced about the year 
1799, and has been continued annually 
to the present time, 1890. 

Athenae Cantabrigienses. By Charles 
Henry Cooper, and Thompson Cooj^er. 
(^ambridge, 1858 etc. S''- 

Collections for an Athene Cantabrigienses ; 
alphabetically arranged, by the Rev. 
Wm. < ole. 23 vols. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MSS. 5862 to 5884 

Collections for an Athense Cantabrigiensis, 
made about 1732. Pub. Lib. Camb. 
MS. Ff. iii. 32. 

Lives of the illustrious Men that have 
been educated in the University of Cam- 
bridge, from the foundation thereof 
unto the year 1715, by Morris Drake 
Morris. Brit. Mus. MSS. Harl. 7176, 
7177 ; Add. 5856—5858, 6114 f. 12. 

The Names of London Scholars, Members 
of certain Colleges in Cambridge, 1575. 
Brit. Mus. Lans. MS. 20, art. 82. 

Alphabetical List of the several Gentlemen 
Avho have gained Honors and Prizes in 
the University of Cambridge. Camb. 
1836, 12«- 

Copy of a Grant of Arms to the Professors 
of the University of Cambridge. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 5812, f. 151. 

The Arms of the several Colleges of Cam- 
bridge. Brit. Mus. Lans. MS. 883, f. 
118. 

Arms of the Colleges of Cambridge. 
[Coloured]. London, single sheet. 

Seals and Armorial Bearings of the Uni- 
versity and Colleges, of Cambridge, by 
W.H.St. John Hope. Lond. 1882, 
40- 

An application of Heraldry to the Illus- 
tration of various University and 
Collegiate Antiquies, by H. A. Wood- 
ham. Piihlications of the Cambridge 
Antiqiiarian Society vol. I. Camb. 
1848, ^^^ 

Drawings of Monuments in Cains College, 
Cambridge, 1777. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 5851. 

A short account of the Masters of Christ's 
College, Cambridge, with their coats of 
arms, by the Rev. Wm. Cole, from 
1506 to 1754. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
5821. 

Arms and Epitaphs in Christ's College 
Chapel, Cambridge. Brit. Mus. Add, 
MS. 5832, f. 116. 



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English Counties. 



Extracts from the Records of Christ's 
College, Cambridge. Brit. Mus. Harl. 
MS. 6981. 

An Alphabetical Series of Masters of 
Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, to- 
gether with their Counties, times of 
Admission, and Degrees, from the 
Foundation in 1351 ; of all Fellows 
from 1 140 ; and of all other Students 
from 1544. See Masters' " History of 
Benet College, Camb." [A prior list of 
members had been pulished in 1749 ] 

An Account of such Antiquaries as have 
received their Education in (^orpus 
Christi College, Cambridge, with their 
arms in colours, by the llev. Wm. 
Cole. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 5852, 5886. 

Catalogue of Masters, Fellows, and 
Graduates of Emanuel College, Cam- 
bridge, with a list of Admissions from 
1584 to 1734. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
5851. 

Admissions to Gonville and Caius College 
in the University of Cambridge. 1558- 
1689. Edited by J. Venn and S. C. 
Venn. London, 1887, 8«- 

Account of King's College, Cambridge, 
by H. Maiden. Camb. 1769. 8o- 

Registrum Regale, sive Catalogus Prse- 
positorum, Sociorum et Alumnorum, 
o CoUegio Etonensi in Coll. Reg. 
Cantab. Cooptatomm,1443-1774 Etonse 
(Bote), 1774. 40- 

Alumni Etonienses, or a Catalogue of the 
Provosts and Fellows of Eton College, 
and King's College, Cambridge, from 
the Foundation in 3443 to the year 
1797, with an Account of their Lives 
and Preferments, by T. Harwood. 
Birmingham, 1797, 4*^- 

A Catalogue of all the Provosts, Fellows, 
and Scholars, of King's College, Cam- 
bridge, from the foundation in 1441. 
Together with their several Preferments 
in Church and State, the places of 
Sepulture, Monumental Inscriptions, 
Coats of Arms, etc. by Wm. Cole. 4 
vols. Brit. Mus. Add. MSS. 5814- 
5817. 

Biographical Notices of all the Provosts, 
Fellows, and Scholars of King's College, 
from the Foundation. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MSS. 5802, if. 116-168 ; 5955 ; 5960. 

Catalogue of Provosts, Fellows, and 
Scholars elected into King's College, 



Cambridge, from 1441-1703. Brit. Mus. 
Harl. MS. 6114. Caius. Coll. MS. 
173. 

Account of the Fellows of King's College, 
Cambridge, from 1478-1620. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 5954. 

Arms of the Provosts of King's College, 
Cambridge, with some account of their 
lives. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 5802. 

List of the Fellows of Magdalen College, 
('ambridge, from 1575 to 1735. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 5851. 

A Catalogue of the Masters, with their 
Arms emblazoned, of Queen's College, 
Cambridge, bv the Rev. Wm. Cole. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 5808. 

Arms in Queen's College, Cambridge, with 
a Catalogue of all the Fellows and 
Treasurers, 1777. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
5848, f . 163. 

Arms of Benefactors to Queen's College, 
Cambridge, preserved on Wainscot in 
the Master's Lodge. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 5848, p. 326. 

List of Masters and Fellows of Pembroke 
Hall, Cambridge, to 1798. See Loder's 
" History of Framlingham," Woodbr. 
1798, 4«' 

Biographical List of Masters of Pembroke 
Hall, Cambridge, with their Arms, by 
the Rev. Wm. Cole. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MSS. 5820, ff. 132 b, 172; 5853, f. 
170 ; 6402, f. 131. 

A List of the Fellows of Pembroke Hall, 
Cambridge, 1777. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 5851. 

List of the Masters and Fellows of St. 
Catherine's Hall, Cambridge, 1733. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 5851. 

Biographical notes of the Masters of St. 
John's College, Cambridge, with their 
arms in colours, 1775. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 5850. 

Mr Baker's Catalogue or Lists of Bishops 
educated in St. John's College, Cam- 
bridge, with their Arms in colours, 1775. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 5850. 

Admissions to the College of St. John the 
Evangelist in the University of Cam- 
bridge. Edited by J. E. B. Mayor. 
Camb, 1883, 8°- 

Drawings of coats of arms, and monu- 
mental inscriptions in Sydney-Sussex 
College, Cambridge. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 5821. 



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125 



List of Masters of Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge, from 1546 to 1699. Brit. Mus. 
Harl. MS. 7025, f. 130. 

List of the Fellows, Masters, Scholars, 
Pensioners, etc. of Trinity College, 
Cambridge. 1773. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 5846. 

Admissions in Trinity College, Cambridge, 
from 1635 to 1647. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 5851, p. 159. 

List of the Masters of Trinity Hall, Cam- 
bridge, with their arms blazoned, as they 
appear in the Master's Lodge ; together 
with the arms in other parts of the 
College, 1780. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
5859. 

Arms taken in Trinity Hall, Cambridge, 
1742, with copies of Monumental 
Inscriptions. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
5804, f, 85. 

Extracts from the Parish Registers of 
Cherry-Hinton, from 1538 to 1753. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 5845 p. 218. 

Extracts from the Parish Kegisters of 
Cottenham, 1572 to 1776. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MS. 5849. 

Lists of the Ecclesiastical Dignitaries of 
Elv. See Bentham's " History of Ely 
Cathedral." Camb. 1771. 4"- 2nd 
edition, Norwich, 1812. 4^^- Supple- 
ment by W. Stevenson, 1817. Also 
Miller's " History of Ely Cathedral." 
Lond. 1807. 8^- 

A Catalogue of the Principal Members 
of the Conventual and Cathedral Church 
of Ely, viz. Abbesses, Abbots, Bishops, 
Priors, Deans, Prebendaries, and Arch- 
deacons, from 673 to 1756. [By James 
Bentham.] Camb. 1756. 4'^- 

Account of the Arms of the Bishops of 
Ely. by the Rev. Wm. Cole. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 5822, f. 140. 

Shields of Arms in Ely Cathedral, 1768. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MSS. 5832, 5842. 

Account of the Ely Tablet of Knights 
and Monks. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 5832, 
fol. 101. 

Extracts from the Parish Registers of 
Hockington, 1561-1776. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MS. 5849. 

The Register Booke of the Parishe of 
Impington, from 1562 to 1684. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 5821. 

Arms at Lanwade in Cambridgeshire, 1779. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 5848, p. 449. 



Extracts from the Parish Register of 

Madingley, Co. Cambridge, 1539 to 

1698. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 5852. 
Painted Arms in the Windows of the 

Rev. Wm. Cole's House at Milton 

near Cambridge, 1778. Brit. Mus. 

Add. MS. 5834, ff. 194-204, 344-359, 

390-399. 
Parish Register of Papworth Everard, 

Co Cambridge, from 1565 to 1(J91. 

Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 31,854. 
Church Notes, and extracts from the 

Parish Register of Stow cum Quoy. 

Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 5832, f. 94 b. 
Antiquities of St. Mary's Chapel at 

Stourbridge, near Cambridge, by J. S. 

Cotman. Yarmouth, 1819, fol. 
Marriage Registers from h't. Mary's 

Church Whittlesey, by J. Coleman, 

1879. 
Copy of a Book containing Registers of 

Births, Burials, and Marriages, and 

other records belonging to the General 

Baptist Church of Wisbeach. Harrow, 

1860, 8«' 

CHESHIRE. 

Heralds' Visitation of Cheshire, 1532, 3. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 2076. 

The Visitation of Lancashire and part 
of Cheshire, made A.D. 1533 by Thomas 
Benalt. Edited by William Langton. 
Chetham Society. Manchester, 1876. 4°- 

Visitation of Cheshire, 1566, 1580, and 
1613. Brit. Mus. Harl. MSS. 1170, 
1988. Her. Coll. D. 3; E.D.N. 17. 
Qu. Coll. LXXX. 

Visitation of Cheshire by Wm. Flower 
and Robt. Clover, 1580. MS. Earl 
Grosvenor's Lib. Eaton. MS. Condover 
Hall, Shropshire. Brit. Mus. Harl. 
MSS. 1045, 1152, 1424, 1505, 2167, 
5182. Her. Coll. D. 14; E.D.N. 17. 
Chetham Lib. 6694. 

Brief notes of the evidences, pedigrees, 
etc., concerning the county palatine of 
Chester, taken out of the book of the 
visitation of Chester, made by Wm. 
Flower, alias Norroy King-at-Arms, 
taking with him Robert Glover alias 
Somerset herald, his Mareschal, A.D. 
1580. The original remayneth with 
Sir W. Neave alias Clarencieux King- 
of-Arms. MS. 17th. centurv. Eaton 
Hall, Co. Chester. 



126 



English CorNTiES. 



The Visitation of Clieshire in 1580, by 
Robert Glover. Edited by Paul 
K viands for the Harhdan Society. 
London, 1882, 8^- 

Visitation of Cheshire, 1591. Brit. Mus. 
Harl. MS:S. 2101, 2163. 

Visitation of Cheshire, 1603, 4. Brit. 
Mus Harl. MS. 774. 

Visitation of Cheshire, 1580, 1612, 13, 
Ui-it. Mus. Harl. MSS. 1070, 2187. 

Visitation of Cheshire, by Glover, in 1580 ; 
by St. George in 1613 ; by Flower in 
1566. MS. Baginton Hall, Warwick- 
shire. 

Visitation of Cheshire, 1612 — 3. Her. 
Coll. C. 6. Brit. JVIus. Harl. MS. 
1535. 

A copy of y^- visitation Book of Cheshire 
ann. 1613, by Robert Smyth, from one 
in y®- possession of Tho. Wotton, of 
Kingston, Surrey, with an Alphabetical 
list of y®- Gentrye, arms Blazon'd, 
1752. Hrit. Mus. Add. MS. 29783. 

Visitation of Cheshire, 1630. Brit, ivlus. 
Add. MS. 5529. 

Visitation of Cheshire, 1613 — 1G64. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 2142. 

Visitation of Cheshire, 1663. Brit. Mus. 
Harl. MS. 2119. Her. Coll. C. 38. 

Pedigrees of the Nobility and Gentry of 
Cheshire since the Conquest. Bodl. 
Lib. Gough MS. ^ 

Collection of Cheshire Pedigrees. Her. 
Coll. Vincent MS. 120. 

Pedigrees of Cheshire Families. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 11,33(). Harl. MS. 
1057. Her. Coll. Phil. MSS. 9, C ; 
10, L. 

Pedigrees of Cheshire and Lancashire 
Families. Caius Coll. Camb. MSS. 
533, 547. 

Copies of old deeds and genealogies of old 
Cheshire Families, with arms in colour, 
well drawn. MS. Tabley House, Che- 
shire. 

Cheshire Genealogies, with coloured arms, 
large folio. MS. Tabley House, Che- 
shire. 

The descents or genealogies of certain 
families of the gentry of Bucklow 
Hundred, by Sir Peter Leycester, 1665. 
[The families are Booth, Daniel, Dutton, 
Holford, Leycester, Mainwaring, Mob- 
berley. Toft, Warburton, and M ere ] 
Tabley House, Cheshire. 



Pedigrees of Cheshire families, by J. 
Boothe, with arms, and sometimes ille- 
gitimate issue. There are some addi- 
tions in 1613, and 1655. MS. No. 137. 
Ettington Hall, Co. Warwick. 

Pedigrees and arms of Cheshire families, 
17th. century. Brit. Mus. Eg. MS. 2589. 

Genealogia fundatorum monasterii de 
Stanlaw, et de Whalley ; with rolls of 
noble families, their pedigrees and arms, 
by Thomas Talbot. Brit. Mus. Cott. 
MS. Vesp. D. XVII. 

Pedigrees of Cheshire families, by Joseph 
Hunter, 19th centurv Brit. Mus Add. 
MS. 24,444 

Pedigrees of Cheshire families, by George 
Wilkinson, 1786-1788. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 29,782. 

County Families of Lancashire and Che- 
shire by James Croston. 1887. 4"- 

Cestrise Comitatus descriptus, etc. by John 
Legh, 1638. Consisting chiefly of 
notices of Cheshire families, with draw- 
ings of their arms, coloured or in trick. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 29,778. 

Bostock's Heraldic Collections for Che- 
shire, 1572 Brit Mus Harl. MS. 139. 

The armes of such Gentlemen as now do 
dwell, or heretofore have dwelled in the 
Countie Palatine of ( hester, written in 
Anno Domini 1594. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 26,740. 

Armorial of Cheshire : " Collections out 
of Records by Roger Wilcoxon, given 
to me at my Visitation taken for 
Cheshire, 1613. Ri. St. George, 
Norroy." Collections of Cheshire 
pedigrees. MS 16th, 17th, and 18th 
centuries. Eaton Hall, Co. Chester. 
[This volume was used by Mr. Ormerod, 
the historian of Cheshire.] 

Arms of Cheshire families, time of Charles 
I. Stowe MS. 774. Brit. Mus. 

A full and accurate Collection of the 
Arms belonging to the Gentry of 
Cheshire. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 4965. 

Arms of Cheshire Families. Brit. Mus. 
Harl. MS. 2230, f. 18. Chetham Lib. 
]VIS. 8019. 

Heraldical Collections concerning Chester, 
by Randle Holme. Brit. Mus. Harl. 
MS. 1988. 

Arms of Cheshire and Lancashire families 
described, 1682. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
29,786. 



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127 



Arms, Monuments, etc., of Cheshire 
Families, collected by Ashmole. Ashm. 
Lib. MS. 7260. 

Arms of the Monasteries, and of the 
Nobility and Gentry of Cheshire Brit. 
Miis. Harl. MS. 1940. 

Alphabet of Arms of the Gentry of 
Cheshire, 1656. Brit. Mus. Add' MS 
26710, f. 77. 

An Alphabet of the Arms of Cheshire and 
Lancashire, blazoned. Brit. Mus. Harl. 
MS. 893. 

Ordinaries of Cheshire Arms. Brit. Mus. 
Harl. MSS. 246, 521, 893, 1382. 1457, 
2055, 2088, 2157, 2167. 

Crests of Cheshire Families by Randle 
Holme. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 1963. 

Common-place book of heraldic and his- 
torical collections, by Robert Com- 
maundre (ob. 1613), Rector of Tarporle}^ 
CO, Chester. Brit. Mus. Eg. MS. 2642. 

Miscellanea Palatina : consisting of genea- 
logical essays illustrative of Cheshire 
families, and a memoir of the Cheshire 
Domesday Roll, by George Ormerod. 
Privately printed. Lond. 1851, 8^- 

The Regester Booke of Funeralls in the 
Countves . f Chester, etc. begun AD. 
1600, by William Segar. [This MS. 
contains the arms emblazoned of the 
persons buried, and particulars relating 
to themselves and their families] . Brit. 
Mus. Lans. MS. 879. 

The Register Book of Funerals in North 
Wales, Cheshire, etc, begun 28 May, 
1606. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 204L 

Cheshire and Lancashire Funeral Certifi- 
cates, A D. 1600 to 1678. Edited for 
the Record Society by J. Paul Rylands. 
Lond 1881-2, 8"- 

^Monuments and Arms of Cheshire fami- 
lies, collected by E. Ashmole. Ashm. 
Lib. MS. 7260. 

Monumental inscriptions, and drawings of 
coats of arms in the ■ hurches of Bun- 
bury, Budworth, Tarporley, and Over 
in Cheshire, with lists of dignitaries of 
those ' hurches, from 1321 to 1757, by 
the Rev. Wm. L'ole. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS 5830. 

An extensive (lollection of Monumental 
Inscriptions, by the third Randle 
Holme. Brit. Mus Harl. MS. 2151. 

Miscellaneous Collection of Chifrch Notes. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MSS. 2071, 2103. 



Lancashire and Cheshire Historical and. 
Genealogical Notes. Edited by Josiah 
Rose, Reprinted from the Leigh 
Chronicle " Scrap Book." Part I. 
Leigh, 1878, &c, 8^- 

Cheshire Gleanings, by W. E. A. Axon. 
Manchester and London, 1884. 

A Memoir on the Cheshire Domesday 
Roll, with Notices of the Justiciaries 
of Chester in the 13th century, by 
George Ormerod. Not published, 1851. 
80- 

Certaineverie rare Observations of Chester, 
and some parts of Wales ; with divers 
Epitaphes, Coats Armours, and other 
Monuments, verie orderlie and labori- 
ouslie gathered together, by Sampson 
Erdeswicke, 1574. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 
473. 

List of Cheshire Officers. Brit. Mus. 
Harl MS. 280, f. 50 b. 

List of Sheriffs of Cheshire from the reign 
of Edw. III. to 1699. Brit. Mus. Harl. 
MS. 1920, f. 15. 

Names of Gentlemen of Worship in Co. 
Chester, 1575. Brit. Mus. Lans. MS. 
20, art. 39. 

Names of Knights, Esquires, and Gentle- 
men in Co. Chester, 1579, 1580. Brit. 
i Mus. Harl. MS. 1424, f. 7. 

List of Cheshire Gentlemen, 24 Hen. YIII. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 1920, f . 38. 

The Names of all the Inhabitants within 
the County of Chester, A.D. 1641. 
Brit. Mus.'Harl. MS. 2107. 

List of Cheshire Gentlemen who com- 
pounded for their estates, temp. Charles 
I. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 2043, ff. 
lis, 128. 

Names of Freeholders in Cheshire, 1579, 
1580. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 1424, f. 
7. temp. Chas. II. Harl. MS. 1920, ff. 
46, m, 69. 

Worthies of Cheshire. Border Counties 
Worthies, bv E. G. Salisbury. Oswestry, 
1880 

Arley Charters. A Calendar of Ancient 
Family Charters, preserved at Arley 
Hall, Cheshire, the seat of R. E. Eger- 
ton-Warburton, Esq., with Notes, etc., 
by W. Beamont. Lond. 1866, 4'^- 
Extracts from the Parish Registers 
of Backford, in Cheshire. See Nichols 
" Coll. Top. et Gen." vol. iv. p. 232. 



128 



English Coun^ties. 



An Account of the Earls and Bishops of 
Chester. MS. 17th century. Tabley 
House, Cheshire. 

Catalogue and Lives of the Bishops of 
Chester, etc. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
11,336. 

List of the Mayors and Sheriffs of Chester, 
1326—1584. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
29,777. 

Briefe notes of Antiquitye of the famose 
Cittye of Chester, with the Succession 
of the names of all the Mayors and 
Sheriffes, etc., to the year 1622, and 
continued to 1646. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 29,779. 

A list of the Mayors and Sheriffs of 
Chester, beginning in an early year of 
Edward the Third, and continued by 
various writers to the year of our' Lord 
1784. MS. h. Corporation of the City 
of Chester. 

Lists of the Recorders, Mayors, and 
Sheriffs of Chester, down to 1657. MS. 
Tabley House, Cheshire. 

The antiquities of the most antient and 
famous Cittie of Chester ; with a Col- 
lection of the Mayors who governed the 
Citty and the time they governed ; and 
a coppie of a collection of the Justices 
of Chester, 1602. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
29,780. 

Catalogue of the Justices of Chester. Bodl. 
Lib. MS. 5095, f . 89. 

Names of the Corporation of Chester, 1601. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 2003, f . 665. 

Monumental Inscriptions from the Parish 
Churches of Chester, 18th century. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 29,781. 

Copy of the Parish Registers of St. Brid- 
get, St. Mary-on-the-Hill, St. Olave, 
and Trinity Churches, in Chester, from 
1598 to 1653. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 
2177. 

Description of the armorial bearings and 
copies of inscriptions in the churches of 
St. Michael, St. Bridgett, St. Mary, St. 
Olive, and St. John, at Chester. Stowe 
MS. 648. Brit. Mus. 

Extracts from the Parish Registers of 
Farndon, in Cheshire, commencing 1601. 
See Nichols' "Coll. Top. et Gen." Vol. 
IV. p. 233. 

The Shields of Arms formerly in the win- 
dows of the parish Church of Lymm, 
Co. Chester, as illustrative of the origin 



of several local coats of arms, by J. P. 
Rylands. Liverpool, 1879. 8o- 

A History of the Town and Parish of 
Nantwich, by James Hall, [containing 
extracts from the Parish Registers, and 
a History, with pedigrees, of the 
families of Maisterson, Wilbraham, 
Church, Main waring, Wettenhall, Tom- 
kinson, Minshull, Goldsmith, Gerard, 
Malbon, Wright, Comberbach, Wick- 
sted, Eddowe and Bowman.] Nantwich, 
1883, 4P- 

The Register Book of Christenings, Wed- 
dings, and Burials within the Parish of 
Prestbury, in the Countv of Chester, 
1560-1636. Edited for"^ the Record 
Society by James Croston. Lond. 
1881, 80- 

Extracts from the Parish Registers of 
Prestbury, Cheshire. See Miscellanea 
Genealogica et Heraldica vol 3. Lond. 
1889, S*^- 

Stockport Parish Registers, Transcribed 
by E. W. Bulkeley. In progress, 1887. 

Extracts from the Parish Registers of Tar- 
porley in Cheshire, from 1589 to 1755. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 5836. 

Historic Gleanings ; viz. extracts from the 
Registers of the Parish Church of St. 
Hilary, Wallasey, Cheshire, etc., by 
Edw. M. Hance. Liverpool, 1886, 8°- 

Warrington Church Notes. The Parish 
Church of St. Elfin, Warrington, and 
the other churches of the Parish, by 
William Beaumont. Warrington, 1878, 
80- 

An attempt to identify the Arms formerly 
existing on the windows of the Parish 
Church and Austin Fidary at Warring- 
ton, by William Beaumont. Warring- 
ton, 1878, 8°- 

Extracts from the parish register of Whit- 
church, Co. Chester, 1633-1740. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 24,444. 

CORNWALL. 

Heralds' Visitation of the County of Corn- 
wall. MS. without title or date in the 
possession of J. R. Pine Coffin, Esq. 
Portledge, North Devon. 

Visitation, with Arms and Pedigrees of 
Cornwall, &c. families, by Thomas 
Benholt. Stowe MS. 649. Brit. Mus. 

Visitation of Cornwall undated : another 
1530. Her. Coll. G. 2 ; H. 18. 



English Counties. 



129 



Visitation o£ Cornwall, 1531. Brit. Mus. 

Add. MS. 14,315. 
Visitation of Cornwall, 1561, 2. Brit. 

Mus. Harl. MS. 3288. 
Visitation of Cornwall, 1570-1590. Brit. 

Mus. Add. MS. 16,940. 
Visitation of Cornwall, 1573. Her. Coll. 

MSS. E. 15 ; G. 6; H. 16. Caius Coll. 

553. 
Visitation of Cornwall, 1573-1620. Brit. 

Mus. Harl. MS. 1079. 
Visitation of Cornwall, 1620. Brit. Mus. 

Harl. MSS. 1142, 1149, 1162, 1164, 

1397. Her. Coll. C. i ; E.D.N. 2. Caius 

Coll. 532. Bodleian Lib. 5054. 
Visitation of Cornwall 1620, Edited by 

Sir N. H. Nicholas, pp. 1-28. Lond. 

1838, fol. No more published. 
The Visitation of the County of Cornwall 

in the year 1620. Edited by Lieut.-Col. 

J. L. Vivian, and H. H. Drake. Harleian 

Society, vol. ix. London, 1874, 4^- 
The Visitations of Cornwall, comprising 

the Heralds' Visitations of 1530, 1573, 

and 1620. Edited, with additions, by 

Lieut.-Col. J. L. Vivian. London, 1879, 

etc. 4P- In progress. 
A very valuable collection of Cornish 

Pedigrees. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 4031, 

ft. 76-90. 
Pedigrees of Families in Cornwall, 18th 

century. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 18,448. 
Blazon of Arms of Cornish Families. 

Exeter Cath. Lib. MS. 33. 
Arms of the Cornish Families from the 

Visitation of 1620. Brit. Mus. Harl. 

MS. 1482, f. 5. 
Arms, in trick, of Cornish Families, 1706. 

Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 21,008. 
A Discourse of Devon and Cornwall, with 

Blazon of Arms, by John Hooker. 

Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 5827. 
An Alphabet of Arms of Cornwall, 1717- 

18. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 14,833. 

Her. Coll. E.D.N. 52. 
Arms of the Gentry of Cornwall. Brit. 

Mus. Harl. MSS. 891, ff. 1-6 ; 1956 ; 

4632, f. 23. 
Names of gentlemen of Devonshire and 

Cornwall, with their arms, in alphabetical 

order. Brit. Mus. Cott. MSS. Faust. 

E. iii., Calig. B. iii. 
Names of the Gentry of Cornwall, anno 

1728. See Norden's " Specu^ Britannise 

Pars." 



The Ancient Boroughs of Cornwall, with 
Notes on their Arms and Devices, by 11. 
N. Worth. See the Journal of the 
British Archceological Association, 
xxxiii, 179. London, 1877, S^- 

Cornwall — The Duchy and Dukes of Corn- 
wall, by Stephen I. Tucker. See the 
Journal of the British Archceological 
Association, xxxiii, 60. London, 1877, 

Cornwall — The Earls of Cornwall, by J. R. 

Blanche, Esq. See the Journal of the 

British Archceological Association, 

xxxiii, 46. London, 1877, S^- 
Cornish Worthies : Sketches of some 

Eminent Cornish Men and Families, by 

Walter H. Tregellas. 2 vols. Lond. 

1884, 80- 
The Parliamentary Representation of 

Cornwall to 1832, by W. P. Courtney. 

1889. 
Glossary of Cornish Names, by John 

Bannister. Lond. 1869—71, 8°- 
Patronymica Cornu-Britannica ; or, the 

Etymology of Cornish Surnames, by R. 

S. Charncck. 1870, 8o- 
The Western Antiquary, or Devon and 

Cornwall Note Book. Edited by W. 

H. K. Wright. Plymouth, 1882, &c., 4P' 
Monumental Brasses of Cornwall, with 

Descriptive, Genealogical and Heraldic 

Notes, by E. H. W. Dunkin. Privately 

printed, 1882, 4o- 
Heraldic Church Notes from Cornwall. 

Edited by Arthur J. Jewers. London 

and Plymouth, 1887, 8'>- 
Church Notes in Cornwall, collected by the 

Rev. S. Lysons. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 

9462. 
Parochial and Family History of the 

Parish of Helland, Cornwall, by Sir 

John Maclean. 1873, 4P' 
Kilkhampton Abbey revised ; or. Monu- 
mental Records for 1780. Bj the Rev, 

Sir Herbert Croft. Another edition, 

1788. 
Monumental Inscriptions in Landulph 

Church, by Rev. F. V. Jago. 1815, 4P- 
The First Book of the Parish Registers of 

Madron, in Cornwall. Edited with 

Appendix and Notes, by George Brown 

Millett. Penzance, 1877, 4o- 
The Registers of St. Columb Major, 

Cornwall, 1539 to 1780. Illustrated by 

Arms of Arundell, Hoblyn, Jewers, 



130 



English Counties. 



Molesworth, St. Aubyn, and Truscott. 
Edited by E. J. Jewers. Lond. 1881, 
40. 

Parish of St. Menefreda, alias St. Minver, 
with plates and pedigrees. 1876, 4^- 
Only 15 copies privately printed. 

Parishes of St. Teath and Temple, with 
plates and pedigrees. 1876, 4<*- Only 15 
copies privately printed. 

Parochial and Family History of the 
Parishes of Tintagel and Trevalga, by 
Sir John Maclean. Privately printed, 
1877, 40- 

Parochial and Family History of Trigg 
Minor in Cornwall. by Sir John 
Maclean. 3vols. London, 1868-1879, 4P- 

CUMBERLAND. 

Transactions of the Cumberland and 

Westmoreland Antiquarian and Archie- 

ological Society. Kendal, 1874, etc., 8°' 

Heralds' Visitation of Cumberland, 1615, 

Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 1536. 
The Visitation of the county of Cumber- 
land in the year 1615. Taken by II. St. 
George. Edited by F. Fetherston. 
Harleian Society, vol. vii. London, 
1872, 40- 
Visitation of Cumberland, etc. in 1664, 
by Sir William Dugdale. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MS. 32,116. 
Collection of descents of several of the 
Nobility and Gentry of the Counties of 
Cumberland and Westmoreland, by J. 
H., of L., in Yorkshire, 1669. Eshton 
Hall, Co. York. 
Notes on the Heraldic Visitations of 
Cumberland. By Richard S. Ferguson. 
See Transactions of the Cumberland and 
Westmoreland Antiquarian Society, vol. 
ii. Kendal, 1876, 8«- 
Arms and Crests of the Gentry of Cum- 
berland, tricked by J. Saunders. Brit. 
Mus. Harl. MS. 1457. 
Arms from the Visitations of Cumberland. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MSS. 1234, 1374, 
2055,3391. 
Arms of the Chief Families of Cumberland. 
Machael's MSS. vol. vi. CarHsle 
Cathedral. 
Arms of Cumberland Families. Caius 

Coll. Camb. MS. 576. 
Arms of the Nobility and Gentry of 
Cumberland. Privately 'printed in 
colours. Loud, 1818, 4p- 



The Heraldry of Cumberland, by Richard 
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The Heraldry of Naworth and Lanercost, 
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Church Notes in Cumberland, collected by 
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List of Sheriffs of Cumberland, from 1 
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A Book of the Sheriffs of Cumberland 
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The Sheriffs of Westmoreland and the 
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The Worthies of Cumberland, by Henry 
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Cumberland and Westmoreland M.P.s, 
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An Account of the most considerable 
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An alphabetical catalogue of the Gentry 
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Names of Cumberland Gentlemen. Brit. 
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Lists of Persons in public and private 
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Extracts from the Parish Register of 
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All the Monumental Inscriptions in the 
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Bridekirk and its Registers, by William 
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1879, 8"- 

Account of the Religious Houses within 
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The Parish Registers of St. Mary's and 
St. Cuthbert's Churches, Carlisle. See 
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The Registers of the Parish of Dean, 

Cumberland, by the Rev. W. Shew wen. 

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and Westmoreland Antiquarian Society," 

vol. iv. Kendal, 1879. 8«- 

Extracts from the Registers of Grey stoke 
Church, during the reigns of Elizabeth 
and the Stuart Kings, by the Rev. T. 
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The Old Hay ton Registers, by the Rev. 
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DERBYSHIRE. 

The Genealogical and Manorial History of 

the County of Derby, by John Pym 

Yeatman. In progress 1887. 
Visitations of Derbyshire, 1569. Brit. 

Mus. Harl. MSS. 886, 1484, 2113, 

2134, 6592. Her. Coll. Vincent, 146. 

Ashmole Lib. 798. Towneley Hall, 

Burnley, No. xli. 
Visitation of Derbyshire, 1569-1611. Brit. 

Mus. MSS. Harl. 1093 ; Add. 14,317. 
Visitation of Derbyshire, 1611. Brit. 

Mus, MSS. Eg. 996 ; Harl. 1153, 1486, 

1537. Her. Coll. C. 4 ; Vincent, 146. 

Qu. Coll. xci. Caius Coll. 529. 
Visitation of Derbyshire, 1634. Her. 

Coll. C. 33. 
Visitation of Derbyshire, J662. Her. 

Coll. C. 34. 



Visitation of Derbyshire, 1662, 3. Brit. 
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6705. 

The Visitation of Derbyshire, taken in 
1662, and reviewed in 1663, by Wm. 
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Collection of Pedigrees of Derbyshire 
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century. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 28,113. 

Pedigrees of Derbyshire Families. Brit. 
Mus. Harl. MS. 5809. Her. Coll. 
Philipot 48 P., 50 P. and Vincent MS. 
399, V. Qu. Coll. Oxf. MS. xcvii 

Derbyshire Pedigrees, by Llewellynn 
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xii. Lond. 1867, &c. 8«- 

Miscellaneous genealogies, chiefly of 
Derbyshire and Yorkshire families, with 
arms coloured and in trick, by Joseph 
Hunter, 19th century. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MS. 24,436. 

Arms of Derbyshire Families. Ashm, 
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Arms of Derbyshire Families, 16th cen- 
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Arms of the Nobility and Gentry of 
Derbyshire, &c. Printed separately 
from Lyson's History. London, 1818. 
4,0. 

A Derbyshire Armory, by John Sleigh. 

See " The Reliquary," vols v. and vi. 

London, 1865. S"- 
Extracts from the Parish Registers relat- 
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W. Hope. See " The Reliquarv," vol. 

ii. Lond, 1862. S^- 
Genealogical notes on families of Cos. 

York and Derby ; with extracts from 

parish registers, etc., by Joseph Hunter, 

19th century. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 

24,605. 
Church Notes in Derbyshire, by E. 

Ashmole. Ashm. Lib. MS. 854. 
Church Notes in Derbyshire. Brit. Mus. 

MSS. Harl. 1026, 1486 ; Add. 6701. 
Sketches and Church Notes in Derbyshire, 

by the Rev. S. Lysons. Brit. Mus. Add. 

MSS. 9448, 9463. 
Lords of Manors in Co. Derby, 9 Edw. II. 

Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 26,092. 
Lists of Sheriffs for Co. Derby, from 1140 

—1825. Brit. Mus. Add. MSS. 6675, 

f . 153 ; 6700, f . 133. 



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A list of the names of the Justices of the 
Peace for the County of Derby, from 
1650 to 1773, and a list of the Bailiffs 
of the Borough of Derby, from 1513 to 
1698 ; together with a list of the Sheriffs 
of the County from 1140 to 1796. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 6705. 

List of the Sheriffs, Knights, and Burgesses 
of the County of Derby, 1640. Brit. 
Mus. Harl. MS. 2043, ff. 22, 145. 

Names of the Knights and Gentlemen 
resident in Derbyshire, A.D. 12 Hen. VI. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 2043, f. 32. 

The lost certificates of Knight's Fees for 
the counties of Nottingham and Derby, 
by J. P. Yeatman. Lond. 1886, 8«- 

Scraps from my Note-Book ; or Gleanings 
of curious facts connected with the 
family history of D shire [Derby- 
shire], by the Rev. Robert Bigsby. 
London, 1853, 12o- Part 1 only 
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Derbyshire Gatherer of Archaeological, 
Historical, Biographical Facts, etc., by 
W. Andrews. 1880, 12°- 

The Reliquary. Edited by Lie welly nn 
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Derbyshire Signs, Described and Illustrated 
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Monumental Inscriptions in Ashbourn 
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Ashbourn, 1806, 12o- 

A Note on some Armorial Bearings on the 
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vol. XV. Lond. 1874, S^- 

The First Volume of tlie Registers of 
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Catalogue of Bailiffs of Derby, from 5 
Hen. VIII. to 13 Chas. I., and Mayors 
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St. Alkmund's, Derby, and its Oldest 
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Extracts from the Parish Registers of 
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by John Sleigh. See " The Reliquary," 
vol. vii. Lond. 1867, 8o- 

Church Notes, in Chapel- en-le-Frith, with 
Pedigrees of the Families of Reynolds 
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8«- 

Extracts from the Parish Registers of 
Grindon, Monyash and Taddington, 
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Reliquary," vol. v. Lond. 1865, 8''- 

The Parish Registers of Hathersage, by 
the Rev. Francis Jourdain. See " The 
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Notes from "The Book of Record " for 
the Inhabitants of Holmesfield, Derby- 
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80- 

Extracts from the Parish Registers of S. 
Giles', Great Longsdon, and Holy 
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Lond. 1862, 8«- 

Notes from Parish Registers of Marston 
Montgomery, County of Derby, by the 
Rev. John H. Clarke. See " The 
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A Statutory List of the Inhabitants of 
Melbourne, Derbyshire, in 1695. With 
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Church Notes of Staveley and Crich, 
Derbyshire. See Nichol's " Coll. Top. 
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Extracts from the Parish Registers of 
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Benjamin Bagshawe, jun. See " The 
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Extracts from the Parish Register of the 
Parish of North Wingfield, by J. Chas. 
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Extracts from the Parish Registers of 
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DEVONSHIRE. 

Visitation, with Arms and Pedigrees of 
Devonshire families, by Thomas Benholt. 
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English Counties. 



133 



Visitation of Devonshire, 1531. Her. Coll. 
G. 2, H. 18. Brit. Mus. Add. MSS. 
12,479, 14,315. Ashmole Lib. 763. Bodl. 
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Visitation of Devonshire, 1562. Brit. 
Mus. Harl. MSS. 1169, 1567, 3288, 
5185. 

Visitation of Devonshire, 1564, by Robt. 
Glover. MS. belonging to J. R. Pine 
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Mus. MSS. Harl, 1091, 1399, 5840, 
5871 ; Add. 14,288. Her. Coll. D 7, 
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The Visitation of the County of Devon, 
in the year 1564, with additions from 
the earlier visitation of 1531. Edited by 
Fred. Thos. Colby. Exeter, 1881, 4o- 
Privately printed. 

Visitation of Devonshire, 1565. Brit. 
Mus. Harl. MS. 889. 

Visitation of Devonshire, 1564, 1620, and 
1637. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 1538. 

Visitation of Devonshire. 1620. Brit. 
Mus. Harl. MSS. 1080, 1163, 1164, 
1169. Her. Coll. C. i. Caius Coll. 
530. Bodl. 5054. 

Devonshire Pedigrees, recorded in the 
Herald's Visitation of 1620, by WilHam 
Camden ; with additions from the 
Harleian Manuscripts, and the printed 
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John Tuckett. London, 1859, 4«- 

The Visitation of the County of Devon in 
the year 1620. Edited by F. T. Colby. 
Harleian Society, vol. vi. London, 
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Visitation of Devonshire, 1620. Privately 
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The Visitations of the County of Devon. 
Edited with Additions, by Lieut. -Col. J. 
L. Vivian. Exeter, 1887, &c., 4P- 

Collections of Devonshire Pedigrees byH. 
Cotgrave. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 2189. 
Another with additions bv Ralph Brooke. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 3967. 

Collection of Devonshire Pedigrees, with 
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A view of Devonshire in 1630, with 
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Thomas Westcote. Exeter, 1845, 4P- 

Genealogies of the most Noble Families in 
Devonshire. Qu. Coll. OsS. MS. No. 

CCL. 



Pedigrees of Devonshire Families. Brit. 
Mus. Harl. MS. 2121, f. 45, <fec. Her. 
Coll. Phil. MS. 48 P. 

Pedigrees of Devonshire Families, 18th 
century. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 18,448. 

Descents of several Devonshire Families. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 1408, f. 41. 

Arms of Devonshire families from the 
reign of Edward I. to Henry VII. 
Stowe MS. 650. Brit. Mus. 

Arms of Devonshire Families and Devon- 
shire Corporations of various kinds, MS. 
17th century. In the possession of J. 
R. Pine Coffin, Esq. Portledge, North 
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Blazon of Arms of Devonshire Families. 
Exeter Cath. Lib. MS. 33. 

Arms borne by Noblemen and Gentlemen 
of Devonshire, 1584. Bodl. Lib. Gough 
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Arms and Crests from Harvey's Visitation 
of 1566. Her. Coll. Vincent MS. 184. 

Arms from the Visitation of Devonshire, 
1620, 1623, 4. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 
1482. 

Arms of Gentry of Devonshire. Brit. 
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Arms of the Gentry of Devonshire. See 
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Armorial Bearings in the Upper Room of 
Mr T. B. Worth's House in the Cathe- 
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Coffee House, by James Wm. Mitchell, 
Rothesay Herald. 1879. 4P' 

Names and Arms of Gentlemen in Devon- 
shire and Cornwall. Brit. Mus. Cott. 
MS. Faust. E. iii. 

A Discourse of Devon and Cornwall, with 
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An Account of the Chief Families of 
Devonshire. Exeter Cath. Lib. MS. 
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An Account of some Noble Families in 
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MS. 6861. 

S. Somaster's Devonshire Families. Pros- 
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Lords of Manors in co. Devon, 9 Edw. II. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 26,093. 

Catalogue of the Sheriffs of Devon, with 
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Daninonii Orientales Illustres ; or, the 
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New edition. London, 1810. 4P- 

Keraarks upon the Worthies of Devon, by 
Gr. T. Clark. See The ArchcBological 
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Devonshire Celebrities, by T. L. Pridham. 

Exeter, 1869. 4«- 
The General Association of the Gentlemen 

of Devon, to the Prince of Orange. 

Exon, 1689. Broadside. 
Kegister of divers Persons who have given 

Tenements, etc., towards the Kelief of 

the Poor in Devonshire, by R. Izacke. 

Lond. 1736. 8°- 
Inquisitiones Post Mortem, in Co. Devon, 

temp. Hen. III., Edw. I., II., III. ; 

with coloured Arms. Brit. Mus. Harl. 

MS. 6126. 
The antient Sepulchral Effigies, and 

Monumental, and Memorial Sculpture 

of Devon, by Wm. H. Hamilton 

Rogers. Exeter, 1877. 4«- 
Sketches and Church Notes in Devonshire, 

by the Rev. S. Lysons. Brit. Mus. 

Add. MSS. 9464, 9467-9469. 
The Western Antiquary, or Devon and 

Cornwall Note Book. Edited by W. 

H. K. Wright. Plymouth, 1882, etc. 

4,0. 

Devonshire Notes and Notelets, princi- 
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Sir Wm. Rich. Drake. Fifty copies 
privately printed. Lond. 1888. 4^- 

Notes : genealogical and historical, being 
a second Essay towards a history of 
Bideford, by Chas. Worthy. Lond. 
1884. 8«- 

Extracts from the Parish Registers of Corn- 
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Epitaphs and Inscriptions in Exeter 
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The Heraldry of Exeter, by Fred. T. 

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Lives of the Bishops of Exeter, by the 
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The Marriage Licences of the Diocese of 
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Registers of Idyslegh (North Devon), 
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DORSETSHIRE. 

Visitation, with Arms and Pedigrees, of 

Dorsetshire families, by Thos. Benholt. 

Stowe MS. 649. Brit.^Mus. 
Visitation of Dorsetshire, 1530. Her. 

Coll. H. 18. 
Visitation of Dorsetshire, 1562. Brit. 

Mus. Harl. MS. 2186. 
Visitation of Dorsetshire, 1565. Brit. 

Mus. Harl. JVISS. 888, 1046, 1092, 1150, 

1153. Her. Coll. G. 8. 
The Visitation of Dorsetshire, A.D. 1565. 

Edited by Walter C. Metcalfe. 

Privately printed. 
Visitations of Dorsetshire, 1565, 1574, 

1623. Her. Coll. C. 22 ; E.D.N. 16. 

Caius Coll. 544. Brit. Mus. Harl. 

MSS. 1451, 1539, 1166. 
Visitation of the County of Dorset, 1623, 

by Henry St. George and Sampson 

Lennard, edited for the Harleian Society, 

by J. P. Rylands. London, 1885, 8«- 
Addenda to the Visitation of Dorsetshire, 

1623 ; together with a collection of 

Dorsetshire pedigrees from a MS. in the 

Dorchester Museum, edited by F. T. 

Colby and J. P. Rylands. London, 

1889, 8«- 
Arms and Pedigrees of Dorsetshire fami- 
lies. Brit. Mus. Harl. MSS. 1427, 

5888. Stowe MS. 651. 
Arms and Crests from Harvey's Visitation 

of 1566. Her. Coll. Vincent MS. 

184. 
Arms from the Visitation of 1623. Brit. 

Mus. Harl. MS. 1482. 
Arms from Bysshe's Visitation of 1677. 

Her. Coll. MS. D. 28. 
Survey of Dorsetshire, containing the 

Antiquities and a copious genealogical 

account of three hundred of the princi- 

cipal FamiHes, etc., by Rev. N. Coker. 

London, 1732. fol. 
Lords of Manors in Co. Dorset, 9 Edw. 

II. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 26,093. 
List of the High Sheriffs of Dorsetshire 
! from 1644 to 1756. Brit. Mus. Add. 
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The Parish llegister of Buckland Newtou, 
by Chas. H. Mayo. Dorch. 1889, S^- 

List of the Mayors of Poole, Co. Dorset, 
from 1490 to 1788. See the " History 
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Poll Book of the Election for the Borough 
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Mayors of Shaftesbury, Co. Dorset. See 
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Extracts from the Registers of Sutton 
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The Parish Register of North Wootton, 
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DURHAM. 



Historic Visitation of the Northern 

Counties in 1530, by Thomas Tonge, 

Published by the Surtees Society, vol. 

XLI., from Harl. MS. 1499, Brit. Mus. 

Durham, 1863, S'>- 
Visitation of Durham by Wm. Flower, in 

1575. Studley Royal, Co. York, MS. 

Wrest Park, Beds. No. 34 MS. Brit. 

Mus. Harl. MS. 1171. Her. Coll. Phil. 

11 P. Qu. Coll. Oxf. cxxvi. Dur. Cath. 

Allan 3. 
Pedigrees from the Visitation of Durham 

in 1575. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 12,477. 
The Visitation of the County Palatine of 

Durham, taken by William Flower, Esq., 

otherwise called Norroy Kinge of Armes, 

in the yeare of our Lord God 1575. 

Edited by Nicholas John Philipson. 

Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 1820, fol. 
Visitation of Durham, 1575 and 1615. 

Brit. Mus. Harl. MSS. 1153, 1168, 

1397, 1540. 
The Visitation of the County Palatine of 

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Visitation of Durham, 1666. Her. Coll. 

C. 22, 41 ; Vincent, 118. Caius Coll. 

541. Qu. Coll. cxxviii. 
Visitations of Durham, 1575, 1615, 1666. 

Edited by Joseph Foster. London, 1887. 

Privately printed. 
Genealogical Collections for •Durham. 3 

vols. MSS. Alnwick Castle. 



Pedigrees of Durham Families. Qu. Coll. 
Oxf. MS. xcvii. 

Pedigrees of Families residing in the 
Bishoprick of Durham. Brit. Mus. 
Harl. MS. 2118. 

Catalogue or abstract of pedigrees of several 
families in the counties of York, Durham, 
and Leicester, with tables, by J. H. MS. 
xxiv. Eshton Hall, Co. York. 

Arms from the Visitation of Durham, 1575. 
Caius. Coll. Camb. MS. 541, art. 5. 

Arms from the Visitation of Durham, 1615. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 1374. 

Peerages connected with the Counties of 
Northumberland and Durham. 3 vols. 
MSS. Alnwick Castle. 

An alphabetical catalogue of the Gentry 
of the county palatine of Durham, with 
their arms. 17th cent. Brit. Mus. 
Lans. MS. 865, f. 88. 

History and Antiquities of the County 
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Northumberland and Durham Family 
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Two Dissertations upon the Mint and Coins 
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Lists of Sheriffs and other public officers 
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List of the Knights and Burgesses who 
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Recusants in the Diocese of Durham in 
1611, arranged under the heads of 
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Proclamation by Henry St. George, NoiToy 
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persons who had usurped the title of 
gentleman within the County Palatine 
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Add. MS. 27,423, Harl. MS. 5844. 

The Origin and Succession of the Bishops 
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Church Dignitaries of Durham. See 
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Sanctuarium Dunehnense et Sanctuarium 
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Chronicon Mirabile seu Excerpta Memora- 
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Sunderland, islo, S^- 

The Monumental Inscriptions of the 
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Carlton. Durham, 1880, S"- 

The first llegister-Book of Baptisms, 
Marriages, and Burials solemnized at 
the Chapel of Denton, in the Parish of 
Gainford, in the County of Durham. 
Transcribed by J. R. Walbran. Ripon, 
1842, 80- 

Index to the First Volume of the Parish 
Registers of Gainford in the County of 
Durham 1560 to 1784, by the Rev. Jos. 
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Genealogical Additions to the History of 
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edited by John Gough Nichols. London, 
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ESSEX. 

Heralds' Visitation of Essex, undated. 

Heralds' College, MS. Towneley Hall, 

Burnley, MS. xlviii. 
Visitation of Essex, 1552. Brit. Mus. 

Add. MS. 7098. 
Visitation of Essex, 1558. Brit. Mus. 

Hari. MSS. 1484, 3968. 
Visitation of Essex, 1570—1590. Her. 

Coll. I). 11 ; H. 10. Brit. Mus. Add. 

MS. 16,940. 
Visitation of Essex, 1612, 1614. Brit. 

Mus. Harl. MSS. 887, 1398, 6065. Qu. 

Coll. xcv. Her. Coll. C. 15. 
Visitations of Essex, 1558, 1583, 1614, 

and 1634. Brit. Mus. Harl. MSS. 

1137 ; 1146 ; 1541 ; 2198. 
Visitation of the County of Essex by 

George Owen, alias York Herald, and 

Henry Lilly, Rouge Rose, anno 1634. 

MS, No. 127. Ettington Hall, Co. 

Warw. Brit. Mus. Stowe MS. 655. 

Harl. MSS. 1083, 1432, 1542, 2198, 



7017. Add. MS. 4308. Her. Coll. C. 
21 ; Phil. 13 P. 
The Visitations of Essex in 1552 by 
Hawley ; 1558 by Hervey ; 1570 by 
Cooke ; 1612 by Raven ; 1634 by Owen 
and Lilly ; with Miscellaneous Pedi- 
grees and Berry's Pedigrees. Edited 
by W. C. Metcalfe for the Harleian 
Society. 2 vols. Lond. 1878—9, 8o- 
Visitation of Essex, 1664. Her. Coll. D. 21. 
A Visitation of the County of Essex, 
1664—68, by Sir Edw. Bysshe, edited 
by J. J. Howard. Lond. 1888, 80- 
Pedigrees of Essex Families, by William 

Berry. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 15416. 
Pedigrees of the Families in the County 
of Essex. Collected from the Heraldic 
Visitations, and other Authentic Manu- 
scripts, by William Berry. Lond. 
1840, fol. 
Pedigrees and Arms of Essex Families. 
Brit. Mus. MSS. Stowe 654, 655, 656, 
657, 658; Harl. 4944; Add. 14,290. 
Her. Coll. Vine. 124. 
Quartered coates of the Nobility and 
Gentry of Essex, by John Morley. Brit. 
Mus. Lans. MS. 865, f. 188. 
Arms of Essex Families, by Bvsshe. Her. 

Coll. MS. D. 21. 
Arms of Essex families, described in alpha- 
betical order with the names of their 
places of residence. Stowe MS. 531 ; 
532. Brit. Mus. 
Arms of Essex Families, 17th century. 

Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 11,609. 
Arms of Essex Families, by Chas. K. 
Probert, 1877. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
33,529. 
Water-colour Drawings of Churches in 
Essex, interspersed with coats of arms, 
monumental brasses, and inscriptions, 
by Edw. John Carlos. 19th century. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 25,705. 
Ancient Sepulchral Monuments in Essex, 

by F. Chancellor. In progress. 
Monumental Records and Arms collected 
from various Churches and Mansions in 
the County of Essex, by Chas. K. Pro- 
bert, 1856, &c. 6 vols. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MSS. 33,520—33,525. 
Indexes to the Pedigrees, Arms and Epi- 
taphs of Essex Families, contained in 
several printed books and manuscripts, 
by Chas. K. Probert, 1879. 3 vols. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MSS. 33,526—33,528. 



tJKGLiSH Counties. 



i37 



Monumental Inscriptions in Churches in 
Essex. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 6762. 

Epitaphs in the County o£ Essex, A.D. 
1713. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 11,425. 

llemarks on Ancient Seals, with Notices of 
some others pertaining to the County of 
Essex, by H. W. King. See Transac- 
tions of the Essex Archaeological 
Society, i, 201. Colchester, 1858, So- 
Pedigree of Gill of Jenkins, and of Spicer, 
Adams, and Cooper of New Jenkins, 
Co. Essex. Privately printed, 1872, 4"- 

Names of Noblemen in the County of 
Essex, 1633. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 
2240, f. 16. 

List of Nobility and Gentry of the County 
of Essex, who have subscribed to a new 
Map of the County, by John Warbur- 
ton. Lond. 1722, 4o- 

Memorials of the Antiquities and Archi- 
tecture, Family History, and Heraldry 
of the County of Essex, by A. Suckling. 
Lond. 1845, 4«- 

Names of Justices of the Peace in Co. 
Essex, 1633 to 1640. Brit. Mus. Harl. 
MSS. 2240, f. 2 ; 5190, art. 7. 

A List of the Justices of the Peace for the 
County of Essex. Lond. 1730, single 
sheet. 

Inquisitiones post mortem, Co. Essex, 
Eic. III. to Jac. 1. Brit. Mus. Stowe 
MS. 93. 

Names of Freeholders in Essex, 1633. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 2240, f. 6 ; Lans. 
MS. 5. 

An Exact List of the Names of the Free- 
holders that voted for the Knights of 
the shire for the County of Essex, 
March, 1722, giving the names of 4600 
freeholders, 1724, 8«- 

Poll for Knights of the Shire to represent 
the County of Essex, 1734, by Cham- 
pion Bramfill, 1734, 8«- 

Poll Book for Knights of the Shire to 
represent the County of Essex, 1768, 
giving the names and places of abode of 
nearly 5000 freeholders. Chelmsford, 
1768, 8°- 

An Alphabetical List of the Freeholders 
of the County of Essex, collected from 
the several Polls of 1763, 1768, and 
1774, by T. M. Clark. Lond. 1775, 8«- 

Eegister of the Electors of the Northern 
Division of the County of^ssex, 1841, 
2. Chelmsford, 1842, 8°- 



The Poll for two Knights of the Shire to 
represent the Southern Division of the 
County of Essex, 1857. Chelmsford, 
1857, 8"' 

Association of the inhabitants of Essex, 
formed at a meeting held at Chelmsford, 
8 Oct. 1745, to support George 11. 
against the Pretender. With numerous 
signatures. Vellum Roll. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MS. 30,301. 

Monumental Inscriptions, and drawings of 
coats of arms in the Churches of Ash- 
don, and Kadwinton, Co. Essex. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 5831. 

The Parish Registers of Bobbingworth, 
Essex. Privately printed by Fred. A. 
Crisp, 1884, fol. 

Sepulchral Memorials of Bobbingworth : 
monumental inscriptions in church and 
churchyard, pedigrees, wills, etc. 100 
Copies privately printed for Fred. A. 
Crisp, 1888. fol. 

Drawings of Arms and Monuments, with 
copies of Monumental Inscriptions in 
Clavering Church, Essex, by the Rev. 
Wm. Cole. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
5804, f . 130. 

The Parish Registers of St. Leonard's, 
Colchester, from 1670. Twelve copies 
privately printed by Frederick Arthur 
Crisp, 1886, 8«- 

Among the Tombs of Colchester. Col- 
chester, 1880, 80- 

Arms and Epitaphs in the Churches of 
Hadstock, Harlow, Lofts, Maunden, 
and Saffron Walden, Co. Essex, 1746. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 5836. 

Coats of Arms, Monuments, and Inscrip- 
tions in the Churches of Littlebury, 
Earl's Colne, Castle Heveningham, 
Creshall, and Elmedon in Essex, by the 
Rev. Wm. Cole, Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
5811. 

Baptisms at Margaret Roding, Essex, 
1538 — 87. See The Genealogist, new 
series, vi. 12. Loud. 1889, S^- 

The Parish Registers of Ongar, Essex. 
Privately printed for Fred. A. Crisp, 
1886, fol. fv 

The History of Rocji^ford Hundred 
(together with the parishes comprised 
within the Union) , from former Authors, 
Ancient Manuscripts, and Church 
Registers, including notices of Churches 
and Chapels, The Clergy ; Biography 



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and Genealogy of Families, etc. bj 
Philip Benton. Eochford, 1867, &c. 8°' 

Some Account of St. Osyth's Priory, 
Essex, and its Inhabitants, loith numer- 
ous pedigrees, by J. Watney. Privately 
printed, 1871, S"- 

Extracts from the Parish Registers of 
Stanway, Co. Essex. See Nichols' 
" Coll. Top. et Gen." vol. iv. p. 305. 

Parish Registers of Stifford, Co. Essex : 
Baptisms 1568 to 1783 ; Marriages 
1572 to 1753 : Burials 1752 to 1783. 
Thirty copies privately printed for 
Fred. Arthur Crisp, 1885, fol. 

Parish Registers of Stock Harvard cum 
Ramsden Bellhouse, Essex, by the Rev. 
E. P. Gibson. See the Arehceological 
Journal, xxxvii, 406. Lond. 1880. 8'^- 

Registers of Stock Harvard, Co. Essex, 
from 1563 to 1700. Edited by Edward 
Pendarves Gibson. London, 1881. 8''- 

Extracts from the Parish Registers of 
Theydon Mount, from 1564. See 
Nichols' " Coll. Top. et Gen." vol. viii. 
p. 406. 

Our Parish Registers ; being Three Hun- 
dred Years of curious Local History as 
collected from the Original Registers, 
Churchwardens' Accounts, and Monu- 

\ mental Records of the Old Parish of 
Waltham Holy Cross, by W. Winters. 
Waltham Abbey, 1885. 12o- 

GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 

Visitation of Gloucestershire, undated. 

Caius College, 553. Towneley Hall, 

Burnley, MS. xlviii. 
Visitation of Gloucestershire, 1530 — 31. 

Her. Coll. H. 20. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 

12,479. 
Visitation of Gloucestershire, 1569. Brit. 

Mus. Harl. MS. 615. Her. Coll. D. 12, 

G. 9. Ashm. Lib. 831. 
Visitation of Gloucestershire, 1583. Her. 

Coll. Vincent, 115. Brit. Mus. Harl. 

MS. 1041. 
Visitation of Gloucestershire, 1623. Her. 

Coll. C. 17. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 

1543. 
Visitation of the County of Gloucestershire, 

1623, by IJenry Chitty and John Phil- 

lipot, with Pedigrees from the Visitations 

of 1569 and 1582—3, edited for the 

Harleian Society by Sir John Maclean 

and W. C. Heane. Lond. 1885, 8°- 



Visitation of Gloucestershire, 1682 — 83. 

Her. Coll. MS. K. 5. 
The Visitation of Gloucestershire, b}^ T. 

May, G. King, and H. Dethick, 1682, 

and 1683. With additions, edited by T. 

Fitz-Roy Fenwick and Walter C. Met- 
calfe. Exeter, 1884, 4P 
Pedigrees of many ancient Gloucestershire 

Families. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 2121, 

f. 72. 
Pedigrees of Gloucestershire Families . Her. 

Coll. MSS. 16, L ; 37, L ; 14, P ; 15, P. 
Pedigrees of Gloucestershire Families to 

1619. Caius Coll. Camb. MS. 553, f. 

184. 
Pedigrees and Arms of Gloucestershire 

Families, 16th cent. Brit. Mus. Harl. 

MSS. 1191, 6174, 6185. 
Arms and Pedigrees of Gloucestershire 

Families, circa 1634. Brit. Mus. Harl. 

MS. 6139. 
Arms of Gloucestershire Families, Qu. 

Coll. Oxf. MS. xcviii. Brit. Mus. Harl. 

MS. 2230. 
Arms of the Nobility and Gentry of 

Gloucestershire. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 

1042, f. 79. 
A Collection of Coats of Arms borne by 

the Nobility and Gentry of the County 

of Gloucester. Edited by Sir G. 

Nayler. Lond. 1792. 4P- 
Arms of the Nobility and Gentry of 

Gloucestershire. See Sir R. Atkyns's 

and S. Rudder's Histories of Glouces- 
tershire. 
Monuments. See S. Lyson's " Collections 

for Gloucestershire." 
Historical, Monumental, and Genealogical 

Collections relative to the County of 

Gloucester ; printed from the original 

papers, by Ralph Bigland. 3 vols. 

Lond. 1791, fol. 
Historical, Monumental and Genealogical 

Collections relative to the County of 

Gloucester, by Ralph Bigland, 1791. 

Continuation by Sir Thomas Phillipps, 

1872. fol. 
Lords of Manors in Co. Gloucester, 9 

Edw. II. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 26,093. 
Lists of Sheriffs of Gloucestershire, from 

Hen. II. to 1601. Brit. Mus. Harl. 

MS. 1041, f. 18. 
Knights in the County of Gloucester, 

time of Edw. I. Caius Coll. Camb. 

MS. 553, art. 2. 



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139 



Gloucestershire : — Knights of the Shire 
from 1547 to 1803 ; and High Sheriffs 
from 1154 to 1800. See Rev. Thos. 
lludge's History of Grloucestershire. 
vol. 1. Gloucester, 1803. 8"- 

Nomina Justiciarior. ad Pacem in Com. 
Glouc. 1 Eic. III., 1 Edw. VI., et 22 
Car. II. Brit. Mus. Lans. MS. 231, 
ff. 44, 51. 

Lists of the Justices of the Peace for 
Gloucestershire, in 1601 and 1620. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 1041, f. 18. 

Some Account of the Landholders of 
Gloucestershire named in Domesdav 
Book, A.D. 1086, by Alfred S. Ellis\ 
Privately printed, 1880. 8"- 

Collections by Henry Powle concerning 
the chief persons in the county of Glou- 
cester, A.D. 1689. Brit. Mus. Lans. 
MS. 232. 

Gloucestershire Notes and Queries. Edited 
by Kev. Beaven H. Blacker. Lond. 
1881, &c. 8«- 

Excerpta ex Eegistris Parochialibus in 
Com. Glouc, by Sir Thomas Phillipps. 
2 vols. pp. 106 and pp. 62. Medio- 
Montana, 1854. [The above two vols, 
differ from each other.] 

Extracts from the Parish Registers of 
Aston-sub-Edge, Co. Gloucester. See 
Nichols' " Coll. Top. et Gen." vol. vii. 
p. 279. 

Extracts from Mickleton, Aston-sub-Edge, 
Ebrington, &c. Registers, by Sir Thomas 
Phillipps. Typis Medio-Montanis, 1854. 
Privately printed. 

Berkeley Manuscripts ; abstracts and 
extracts of Smyth's Lives of the 
Berkeleys, including all the pedigrees 
in that manuscript. To which are 
annexed a history of the castle and 
]Darish of Berkeley, etc. By T. D. 
Fosbroke. Lond. 1821. 4''- 

List of Dignitaries of the Diocese of 
Bristol. See Boswell's "Ecclesiastical 
Division of the Diocese of Bristol." 

Corporation Dignitaries of Bristol. See 
A. Hooke's " Memoirs of Bristol." 
Lond. 1748. S^- 

Bristol Poll Book for Dec. 1832, giving 
the names, occupations, and addresses 
of the householders, freeholders and 
freemen. 1833. S'>- 

The Municipal Seals and Armtrial Ensigns 
of the City of Bristol, by J. R. Planche. 



See the Journal of the British Archaeo- 
logical Association, xxxi. 180. Lond. 
1875. 8'^- 

Drawings of Arms and Monuments, and 
copies of Inscriptions in Bristol Cathe- 
dral and St. Mary Redcliffe Church, by 
the Rev. Wm. Cole. 1746. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MS. 5811. 

Coats of Arms, coloured and in trick, 
ascribed to the Family of Chatterton 
and to other Bristol Families, etc. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 5766. B. 

Monumental Inscriptions in the Parish 
Church of Charlton Kings, Glouces- 
tershire ; with extracts from the Parish 
Registers, and some Churchyard Inscrip- 
tions. Transcribed by the Rev. B. H. 
Blacker. Lond. 1876, 4o- Privately 
Printed. 

Monumental Inscriptions in the Parish 
Church of Cheltenham, Gloucestershire. 
Transcribed by B. H. Blacker. Lond. 
1877. 40- Privately printed. 

Clifton College Register, a List of Clif- 
tonians, 1862-1887. Edited by E. M. 
Oakeley. 2 vols. 1887. 

The personalties of the Forest of Dean, 
a relation of its successive officials, 
gentry, and commonalty, by H. G. 
NichoUs. 1863. 12o- 

Monumental Inscriptions, and drawings 
of arms in Gloucester Cathedral, 1746. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 5836. 

Ecclesiastical Dignitaries of Gloucester. 
See "The History of Gloucester." 
Cirencester, 1781. 8°- 

Registers of Kemjjsford : baptisms, mar- 
riages, and burials, 1653 to 1700, by 
W. H. Black. 50 Copies privately 
printed for Fred. A. Crisp, 1887. fol. 

Lords of Tetbury. See History of Tethury^ 
by A. T. Lee. Lond. 1857. 4°- 

Names of Noblemen slain at Tewkesbury. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 692, f. 164, b. 
Trin. Coll. Dubl. MS. H. 48, f. 200. 

HAMPSHIRE. 

Visitation of Hampshire, 1530. Her. 

Coll. MSS. H. 7, H. 18, D. 13. 
Visitation of Hampshire, 1531. Brit. 

Mus. Add. MS. 12,479. 
Visitation of Hampshire, 1552-53. Brit. 

Mus. Add. MS. 7098. 
Visitation of Hampshire, 1575. Her. 

Coll G. 16, G. 17, H. 5. 



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English Counties. 



Visitation of Hampshire, 1575-76. Brit. 

Mus. MSS. Harl. 1054, 1139, 1186, 

1483, 3968; Add. 16,940, 17,065. 

Caius Coll. 536. 
Visitation of Hampshire, 1622. Her. Coll. 

C. 19, Vincent, 130. 
Visitations of Hampshire, 1530, 1575, 

1622 to 1634. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 

1544. 
Arms and Descents of the Hampshire 

Gentry, by John Withie, and others. 

1530-1657. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 1473, 
Visitations of Hampshire, 1575, 1622, 

1686. Ex. MSS. PhiUipps (Sir Thomas). 

Typis Medio-Montanis, 1854. fol. 
Visitation, with Arms and Pedigrees of 

Hampshire families, by Thomas Benholt. 

Stowe MS. 649. Brit. Mus. 
Pedigrees of Hampshire Families, 16th 

century. Qu. Coll. Oxf. cxxxi. 
Pedigrees of Hampshire Families. Her. 

Coll. Phil. MSS. 17, C ; 29, L ; 18, P ; 

19, P. 
Pedigrees of Hampshire Families, by 

William Berry. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 

15,447. 
Pedigrees of the Families in the County 

of Hampshire, collected from the 

Heraldic Visitations, and other authentic 

Manuscripts, by William Berry. Lond. 

1833, fol. 
Pedigrees and Arms of Hampshire families. 

Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 5865. 
Arms and Pedigrees of Hampshire families, 

1626. Stowe MS. 659. Brit. Mus. 
Arms and Crests from Harvey's Visitation 

of 1564. Her. Coll. Vincent MS. 184. 
Various Heraldic Memoranda relating to 

Hampshire. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 8156. 
Copies of Monumental Inscriptions and 

drawings of Arms in Churches in 

Hampshire, including Winchester Cathe- 
dral, by A. J. Jewers, 19th cent. Brit. 

Mus. Eg. MS. 2364. 
Church Notes in Hampshire. See Nichols' 

" Coll. Top. et Gen." Vol. vii. p. 211 ; 

vol. viii. pp. 43, 132, 210, 369. 
Sheriffs of Hampshire, tempp. Hen. III. 

and Edw. I. Brit. Mus. Lans. MS. 310, 

f. 125. 
Lords of Manors in Hampshire, 9 Edw. 

II. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 26,093. 
List of Names of the Hampshire Nobles, 

time of Henry VIII. See Nichols' 

*' Topographer," vol. i. p. 459. 



Genealogical Anecdotes of Eminent 
Families in Hampshire. See " Gents. 
Mag." vol. LVii. pp. 680, 1056, 1152. 

The Archives of Andover, by the Bev. C. 
Collier and the Eev. R. H. Clutterbuck. 
Andover [1887, &c.], 8°- 

Church Notes of Highclere and Burghclere, 
Co. Hants. See " The Topographer and 
Genealogist," vol. iii. Edited by John 
Gough Nichols. Lond. 1858, 8o- 

The Parish Registers of Priors Dean and 
Colmer, to the end of the Year of Our 
Lord 1812. Edited by the Rev. Thomas 
Hervey. Colmer, 1886, 4P- 

Les Noms des Maires de la ville de South- 
ampton depuis Fan du Seigneur 1498 
jusqu' a 1671 ; partly in French, partly 
in English, with biographical and his- 
torical notices. Brit. Mus. Eg. MS. 
868. 

Southampton — The Heraldry and exterior 
decorations of the Bar Gate, by 
Benjamin Wyatt Greenfield. Published 
by the "Literary and Philosophical 
Society." Southampton, 1876, S^- 

Church Notes in North Stoneham, Hamp- 
shire, 1754. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
5836 ff. 140-146. 

A new History of the Isle of Wight, with 
Genealogical Notices of the Inhabitants, 
by George Hillier. 

Poll Book for the Election, Isle of Wight, 
1832, also for the County, giving the 
names and addresses of all the free- 
holders in the Island. 1832. 8°- 

Church Dignitaries of Winchester. See 
Gale's "History of the Cathedral Church 
of Winchester." Lond. 1715. 8^ — Also 
Milner's " Ecclesiastical History of 
Winchester." 2 vols. Winchester, 1798, 
4P- 2nd edit. 1809. 2 vols. 

A Paper on the Seals of Winchester, by 
J. G. Nichols. See the Winchester 
volume xlix of the "Archaeological 
Institute," pp. 103 and 111. 

Epitaphs and Inscriptions in Winchester 
Cathedral. See Gale's " History of 
Winchester Cathedral." Lond. 1715. 
8°- Reprinted in Cassan's " Lives of 
the Bishops of Salisbury." 2 vols. 
Lond. 1827. 

Lists of the Masters, Scholars, Commoners, 
etc., of St. Mary's College, Winchester, 
1393-1856. Brit. Mus. Add. MSS. 
22,136 ; 22,137. 



English Cottn'ties. 



141 



Extracts from the Registers of Winchester 
College, by Mackenzie E. 0. Waleott ; 
containing the names and brief notices 
of eminent alumni from 1397 to 1832. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 24,632. 

Rolls of Winchester School, 1706, 1784, 
1822, 1835. Brit. Mus. Add. MSS. 
29744 a and b, 29535-6; Eg. MS. 2362. 

HEREFORDSHIRE. 

Heralds' Visitation of Herefordshire. MS. 

No. XLViii. Towneley Hall, Burnley. 
Visitation of Herefordshire, 1569. Her. 

Coll. MSS. D. 12. Caius Col. 553. 

Brit. Mus. Harl. 615, 1159, 1545. 

Ashm. Lib. 831. 
The Visitation of Herefordshire, by Robert 

Cooke, 1569. Edited by Frederic 

William Weaver. Privately printed, 

1886. 8«- 
Visitation of Herefordshire, 1586. Brit. 

Mus. MSS. Add. 19,815 ; Harl. 1140, 

1442. Her. Coll. Vincent, 115 ; Phil. 

20 C. 21 P. 
Visitation of Herefordshire, 1619. Brit. 

Mus. Harl. MS. 1434. 
Visitation of Herefordshire, 1634. Her. 

Coll. MSS. (;, 25, C. 28. Brit. Mus. 

Harl. MS. 2230, f. 110. 
Pedigrees and Arms of Herefordshire 

Families, with notes. Brit. Mus. Harl. 

MSS. 1140, 2121, 2141, 5799, 6139, 6596. 
The Heraldry of Herefordshire ; being a 

collection of the Armorial Bearings 

of Families which have been seated 

in the County at various periods down 

to the present time, by Ceorge Strong. 

Lond. 1848. fol. 
Herefordshire Arms. MS. No. 110. 

Ettington Hal], Co. Warwick. 
Arms and Crests from Cooke's Visitation 

of Hereford. Her. Coll. Vincent. MS. 

184. 
Arms of Families in Herefordshire, with 

the origin of their surnames, 1602. 

Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 4056. 
Arms of Hereford families, time of Charles 

I. Stowe MS. 774. Brit. Mus. 
Arms, in trick, of Herefordshire Families, 

1706. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 21,008. 
Coloured drawings of Arms and Monu- 
ments, with copies of Inscriptions in 

Churches in Herefordshire, by D. 

Parkes. Brit. Mus. Add. MSS. 21,010; 

21,011. 



Monumental Brasses of Worcestershire 
and Herefordshire, by C. T. Davis, 1884. 

Monumental Inscriptions in the Cathedral 
Church of Hereford, copied from the 
Tombs, Monuments, Brass Plates, and 
Memorial Windows, by Rev. Francis F. 
Havergal. Lond. 1881. 4''- 

The Tombs, Brasses, and Monumental 
Sculpture in Hereford Cathedral, by 
the Rev. C. Boutell and the Rev. 
Herbert Haines. See the Journal of 
the British ArchoBological AssociatioUy 
xxvii. Lond. 1871. 8«- 

Drawings of Coats of Arms in Hereford 
Cathedral, 1746. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
5811. 

Epitaphs and Inscriptions in Hereford 
Cathedral. See Rawlinson's " History 
of the City and Cathedral of Hereford." 
Lond. 1717. 8''- 

On Certain Sepulchral Effigies in Hereford 
Cathedral, by M. H. Bloxam. See the 
ArchcBological Journal., xxxiv, 406 ; 
xxxvi, 237. Lond. 1877. 8°- 

Drawings in Indian ink of Monastic and 
other Seals of Herefordshire. Formerly 
part of Caley's collection of drawings of 
Monastic Seals. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
24,101. 

Lords of Manors in Co. Hereford, 9 Edw. 
II. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 26,094, 

List of the Sheriffs of Herefordshire, to 
tliipyearl659. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 6726. 

List of the principal gentlemen in Here- 
fordshire, 1645. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 
911, f. 78 b. 

List of Persons objected to as Voters for 
the County of Hereford, 18th century. 
Brit. Mus. Add. Roll 1372. 

A History of the Castles of Herefordshire 
and their Lords, by the Rev. Charles 
J. Robinson. Lond. 1869. 4P- 

A History of the Mansions and Manors of 
Herefordshire, by the Rev. Charles J. 
Robinson. Lond. 1873. 4P- 

History of the Bishops of Hereford to 
1602. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 4056. 

Fasti Heref ordenses, and other antiquarian 
memorials of Hereford, by F. T. 
Havergal. With illustrations, by G. 
C. Hadden. Edin. 1869. 4*'- 

List of the Dignitaries of Hereford 
Cathedral. See Rawlinson's " History 
of the Cathedral Church of Hereford." 
Lond. 1717. 8<>- 



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Collections out of a Register of the 
Church of Hereford, from A.D. 1393. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 6203. 

Names of the Mayors of the City of 
Hereford, 7 Ric. II. to 2 Chas. I. Brit. 
Mus. Harl. MS. 2141. 

An Alphabetical Copy of the Poll taken 
at the City of Hereford, May 11th, 
1741. Gloucester, 1741. 4o- 

Extracts from the Parish Registers of 
Sutton St. Nicholas, co. Hereford, 1591- 
1810. " Genealogist," vol. tii. Lond. 
1883. 8°- 

HERTFORDSHIRE. 

A Visitation of Hertfordshire, privately 
printed by Sir Thomas Phillipps, in his 
" Topographer " for March 1821. 

Visitation of Hertfordshire, from a MS. 
formerly belonging to Dr. Michael Lort. 
Brit. JVlus. Add. MS. 5812. 

Visitation of Hertfordshire, 1572. Her. 
Coll. MSS. G. 16, G. 17, G. 19 ; Phil. 
37, L. Cheetham Lib. 7995. Brit. Mus. 
Harl. MSS. 1433, 1546, 6147. 

Visitation of Hertfordshire, 1615. Queen's 
Coll. xcvi. 

Visitation of Hertfordshire, by Sir Henry 
St. George, &c., in 1579 and 1634. 
Brit. Mus. Stowe MS. 788 ; Harl. MS. 
1504. 

Visitation of Hertfordshire, 1634. Brit. 
Mus. MSS. Harl. 1234, 1547 ; Add. 
5812 ; Stowe 761. Caius College, 549. 
Cheetham Lib, 7995. 

Hertfordshire Visitations, made by Cooke, 
1572, and St. George, 1634, with Hert- 
fordshire Pedigrees from Harleian MSS. 
6147 and 1546, edited by W. C. Met- 
calfe, for the Harleian Society. Lond. 
1886. 8«- 

Visitation of Hertfordshire, 1669. Brit. 
Mus. Harl. MS. 1429. Her. Coll. Vin- 
cent 122. 

*' Excerpta ex libro M""^ Grafton de Visi- 
tatione com. Hertfordia)." Brit. Mus. 
Harl. MS. 7022, art. 15. 

Pedigrees of Nobility and Gentry of 
Hertfordshire, by William Berry. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 15,446. 

Pedigrees of the Families in the County 
of Hertfordshire. Collected from the 
Heraldic Visitations and other authentic 
Manuscripts, by William Berry. Lond. 
1842, fol. 



Arms of Hertfordshire Families. Bodl. 
Lib. Gough MS. 

Arms and Crests from Cooke's Visitation 
of Hertford. Her. Coll. Vincent 184. 

Arms and pedigrees of Hertfordshire, &c. 
families, time of Charles II. Stowe 
MS. 645. Brit. Mus. 

Arms from Bysshe's Visitation in 1669. 
Her. Coll. D. 24. Brit. Mus. Harl. 
MS. 1405. 

Arms, in trick, of Hertfordshire Families, 
1706. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 21,008. 

Chauncy and Salmon's History and 
Antiquities of Hertfordshire, illustrated 
with a great variety of Prints and 
Drawings of Monuments, etc., with MS. 
notes, &c. by Thomas Baskerfield, in 
three volumes, folio. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MSS. 9062-9064. 

Drawings and engravings illustrating the 
topography of Co. Herts, arranged in 
alphabetical order of places, 16th to the 
19th century. Five vols. fol. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MSS. 32348-32352. 

Monumental Brasses in Hertfordshire 
Churches. " The Antiquary," vol. xiv. 
Lond. 1886. 4<°' 

Church Notes in Hertfordshire, by E. 
Ashmole. Ashm. Lib. MS. 1137 

Names of Freeholders in the Counties of 
Hertford, etc. A.D. 1561. Brit. Mus. 
Lans. MS. 5. 

A List of the Nobility and Gentry of the 
Counties of Middlesex, Essex, and 
Hertford, who have subscribed, and 
ordered their Coats of Arms to be 
inscribed on a New Map of those 
Counties, by John Warburton. Lond. 
1772. 4«- 

The new Domesday Book of Hertfordshire, 
containing lists of persons holding 
property in Hertfordshire and other 
counties ; holding property in Hert- 
fordshire only ; and persons holding 
land in other counties only, but stated 
to be resident in Hertfordshire, etc. 
Compiled from the official return issued 
in 1873. Hertford, 1879. 8«- 

Poll Book for Knights of the Shire for 
the County of Hertford, 1774. Hert. 
1775. 8o- 

Poll Book for the Election of the County 
of Hertfordshire. June, 1796. S^- 

An Account of the Altars, Monuments, 
and Tombs existing A.D. 1428 in Saint 



English Counties. 



143 



Alban's Abbey. By John Amunde- 
sham. Edited by H. T. Eiley. St. 
Alban's, 1873. 4o- 

The Early Heraldry of the Abbey Church 
of St. Alban's, now St. Alban's Cathe- 
dral, by the Kev. Charles Boutell. See 
the Journal of the British Archaeolo- 
gical Association, xxxiv, 16. Lond. 
1878. 8«- 

Drawings of Brasses in St. Alban's and 
Watford. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 16,966. 

Extracts from the Parish Eegister of 
Ardeley, co. Hertford, by George W. 
Marshall. 1886. 8«- 

Monumental Inscriptions, with drawings 
of arms in the churches of Barkway 
and Barley, co. Hertford. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MS. 5886. 

Church Accounts of Berkhampstead, co. 
Herts, 1584-1748. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 18773. 

The Kecords of St. Michael's Parish 
Church, Bishop's Stortford. Edited 
by J. L. Glasscock. Lond. 1882, 8«- 

Transcript of the Parish Register of Hex- 
ton, CO. Herts, by E. Steele. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 6233. 

A booke, or registre, conteyninge all 
Christeninges, Maryages, and Buryalls 
with the parish of Knebworthe, from 
29 Sept. 1598 to 1720. MS. Dr. Wil- 
liams' Library. Grafton Street, London. 

HUNTINGDONSHIRE. 

Visitation of Huntingdonshire, undated. 
Heralds' College. 

Visitation of Huntingdonshire, 1564 — 6. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 890. Her. Coll. 
H. 15. 

Visitation of Huntingdonshire, 1613. Brit. 
Mus. MSS. Julius P. viii ; Faust. E. 1; 
Harl. 1054, 1075, 1179. Her. Coll. C. 
3 ; E. D. N. 8 ; Vincent, 125, Phil. 
228. Caius Coll. 524. Queen's Coll. 
xeiv. 

The Visitation of the County of Hunting- 
don, under the authority of William 
Camden ... by his deputy Nicholas 
Charles, Lancaster Herald, A.D. 1613. 
Edited by Sir Henry Ellis. Camden 
Society. Lond. 1849, 4^^- 

Pedigrees of families in Co. Hunts, with 
arms and crests in trick : The King's 
Commission for the visitati?>n in 1602, 
etc. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 5825. 



Pedigrees and Arms of families in Co. 

Hunts. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 6774. 
Arms and Pedigrees of Huntingdonshire 

Families, chiefly collected by Nicholas 

Charles, Lancaster Herald. Brit. Mus. 

Stowe MS. 763. 
Heraldical and Topographical Collections 

for the County of Huntingdon, by Sir 

Robt. Cotton. Brit. Mus. Lans. MS. 

921. 
Church Notes in Huntingdonshire. Brit. 

Mus. Harl. MS. 1179. Add. MS. 24,590. 
Nomina et Insignia Militum Comitatus 

Huntingdon, temp. Edward I. Brit. 

Mus. Harl. MS. 7565. 
Lords of Manors in Co. Huntingdon, 9 

Edw. II. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 26,094. 
List of Sheriffs of Huntingdonshire, from 

Hen. 11. to 17 Jas. I. Qu. Coll. Oxf. 

MS. xciii. f. 6. 
A List of Sheriffs for the Counties of 

Cambridge and Huntingdon, from 1654 

to 1749, with the names and dates of a 

few earlier ones. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 

5810. f . 4. 
A List of the Gentlemen Freeholders of 

the County of Huntingdon, 1768. MS. 

No. 281. Woburn Abbey. 
Drawings of Arms and Monumental 

Inscriptions in the Church of God — 

manchester, 1765. Brit. Mus. Add. 

MS. 5834, f . 129. 

KENT. 

The Saxon Dynasty. Pedigree of the 
Kentish Kings, by Robert Charles 
Jenkins. Folkestone, 1867. S^- 

On the Jute, Angle, and Saxon Royal 
Pedigrees, by the Rev. Daniel Heniy 
Haigh. Archoeologia Cantiana vol. 
VIII. Lond. 1872. 8«- 

Perambulation of Kent, by W. Lambarde. 
Blach Letter. 1576. 4°- [First 
edition, containing an account of the 
Nobility, omitted in subsequent editions.] 

Visitation of Kent, Undated. Heralds' 

College. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 818. 
Visitations of Kent, with Arms and 

Pedigrees of Kentish families. Brit. 

Mus. Stowe MSS. 534, 654, 762, 764, 

765, 766, 767, 768. 
Visitation of Kent, 1530-1. Brit. Mus. 

Add. MS. 12,479. Her. Coll. D. 13. 

Vincent, 116. 



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English Counties, 



Visitation of Kent, 1574. Brit. Mus. 
MSS. Harl. 1484, 1824; Add. 5532. 
Her. Coll. H. 2. Caius Coll. 536. Queen's 
Coll. ci. Cheetham Lib. 6694. 

Visitation of Kent, 1589. Brit. Mus. 
Harl. MS. 1196. 

Visitation of Kent, 1592- Her. Coll. 
G. 12. 

Visitation of Kent, 1594. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MS. 16940. 

Visitation of Kent, 1589 and 1619. Brit. 
Mus. Harl. MS, 2198. 

Visitation of Kent, with arms in colours, 
1619. Brit. Mus. Add. MS 23,750. 

The Visitation of the County of Kent, 
taken in the year 1619, by John Phili- 
pott. Published in the " Archseologia 
Cantiana," vols. IV. V. vi. Lond. 
1861-66. S^'- 

The Visitation of the County of Kent in 
1619, by John Philipott. Edited, with 
Notes by J. J. Howard. Lond. 1863-6. 
8°' [3 parts only published.] 

Visitation of Kent, taken in the year 
1619, by J. Philipott, Deputy to W. 
Camden. Lond. 1870. 8o- [This was 
published from a copy in the handwrit- 
ing of Sir E. Dering, now preserved in 
the Surrenden Library.] 

Visitations of Kent, 1619, 1621. Brit. 
Mus. MSS. Harl. 1106, 1432, 1548, 
6138 ; Add. 5526, 5538. Her. Coll. C. 
16; Phil. 23 P. Caius Coll. 550. 
Qu. Coll. xcix. 

Visitation of Kent, 1623, with additions, 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 14,311. Her. 
Coll. MS. D. 18. 

Visitation of Kent, 1574-1640. Society 
of Antiquaries MS. 164. 

Visitation of Kent, 1663. Her. Coll. D. 
18. Soc. Antiq. 163. 

Visitation of Kent, by Edward Bysshe, 
Clarenceux, King of Arms, 1665 ; with 
a few later additions. Folio. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MSS. 8931, 8932. 

Some Pedigrees from the Visitation of 
Kent, 1663-1668. Annotated by Jos. 
J. Howard and llobt. Hovenden, with 
index, etc. Lond. 1887. 4P' 100 
copies privately printed. 

Visitation of Kent, 1619-1765. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MSS. 5507 ; 16,279. 

A very large Collection of Kentish Pedi- 
grees. Soc. of Antiq. MS. 173. 



Pedigrees of Kentish Gentlemen. Her. 

Coll. Philipot MSS. 24, C. ; 25, P. ; 12, 

Pc. ; 26, 27, L. 
Pedigrees of Kentish Gentry. By Jacob 

Chaloner (?). Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 

1104. 
Glover's Genealogies of Kentish Gentry, 

1571. Her. Coll. Phil. MS. 33, W. 
Pedigrees of Kentish families to A.D. 

1574, with Arms roughly tricked, and 

corrections in the handwriting of Lord 

Burleigh. MS. No. 312. Lambeth Palace. 
Pedigrees and Arms of Kentish Families. 

Brit. Mus. Harl. MSS. 5862, 6175; 

Add. 5480, 5509, 5520, 5528, 5534. 

Her. Coll. Vincent MS. 145. Lambeth 

Lib. MS. 312. 
Pedigrees of Kentish Families, by William 

Berry. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 15,448. 
Pedigrees of the Families in the County 

of Kent. Collected from the Heraldic 

Visitations, and other authentic Manu- 
scripts, by William Berry. Lond. 1830, 

fol. 
Collections for the County of Kent, con- 
sisting of pedigrees, etc , by the Rev. 

D. T. Powell, 19th century. Brit. Mus. 

Add. MS 17,733. 
Genealogical Notes of Kent. Brit. Mus. 

Add. MS, 5538. 
Shields of Arms in colours, from the 

windows of Grey Friars, Greenwich. 

Two paper rolls ; te7np. Hen. VII. Brit. 

Mus. Eg. MS. 2341, A. and B. 
Early Kentish Armory, by William Smith 

Ellis. ArchcBologia Cantiana^ vol. xv. 

Lond. 1883, 8«- 
Arms of ancient Kentish Families. Brit. 

Mus. Harl. MS. 6587, f. 43. 
Arms of Families of Kent. Soc. of Antiq. 

MSS. 156; 158—162. Brit. Mus. 

Harl. MS. 5843. 
Arms of Baronets, Knights, and Nobility 

of Kent, with the Arms of the several 

Sees, by John Withie. Brit. Mus. Harl. 

MS. 908. 
Arms, in colours, of Lords, Knights, and 

Gentlemen of the County of Kent, 1593. 

MS. No. 300. Lambeth Palace. 
A Collection of Kentish Arms, 16th and 

17th centuries. Brit. Mus. Add. MSS. 

14,306. 
Arms of Kentish Families, 16th century 

Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 30,983 ; HarL MS. 

4108. 



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145 



Arms of all the gentlemen of Kent, temp. 

Jiimes I., alphabetically arranged. MS. 

No. 138. Ettington Hall, Co. Warwick. 
Armorial bearings chiefly of the Nobility 

and Gentry of Kent, by Philipot, about 

the year 1616. Brit. Mus. Stowe MS. 

534. 
Arras, etc. of Kentish Families, 1624. 

Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 18,594, f. 106. 
Arms of Kentish Families to Charles II. 

Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 12,226. 
Collection of Kentish Armes, by Filmer 

Southouse. The Arms emblazoned on 

vellum, xviii. cent. Brit. Mus. Add. 

MS. 14,307. 
Arms, in trick, of Kentish Families, 1706, 

Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 21,008. 
Arms and Genealogies of Families in Kent. 

Collected by Edward Hasted. Brit. 

Mus. Add. MS. 5480. 
Arms, Pedigrees, and Monuments of 

Kentish Families. Brit. Mus. Add. 

MS. 5486. 
Arms and Monumental Inscriptions in 

Churches in Kent. Brit. Mus. Harl. 

MS. 5805. 
Notes of Monuments in several Parish 

Churches in Kent. Brit. Mus. Add. 

MS. 11,259. 
Notes of Arms, Monuments, etc. in 

Churches in Kent, drawn up by Peter 

Le Neve, 1603—1624. Brit. Mus. 

Add. MS. 5479. 
A Collection of Monuments and Arms in 

Churches of Kent, attributed to J. 

Philpott. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 3917. 
Coloured drawings of Church-Monuments, 

etc., in Deptf ord and the neighbourhood, 

Co. Kent, by E. Bate, C. Lennell, and 

others. 1839—1841. Folio. Brit. Mus. 

Add. MS. 16,945. 
Coloured drawings of Church-Monuments, 

etc., in Greenwich, Woolwich, Charlton, 

and the vicinity, Co. Kent, by C. Len- 
nell, and others. 1841. Folio. Brit. 

Mus. Add. MS. 16,946. 
The Monuments and painted glass of up- 

w^ards of one hundred churches, chiefly 

in the eastern part of Kent. By Philip 

Parsons. Canterbury, 1794, 4P- 
Notes of Brasses formerly existing in 

Dover Castle, Maidstone, and Ashford 

Churches, by Herbert L. Smith, Esq. 

ArcJicBologia Cantiana, vol. i. Lond. 

1858, 80- 



Notes of Brasses, Memorial Windows, and 
Escutcheons, formerly existing in 
Ashford and Willesborough Churches, 
by Herbert L. Smith. Archceologia 
Cantiana^ vol. ii. Lond. 1859, S*'- 

Kentish Brasses. Collected by W. D, 
Belcher. Lond. 1888. 4o- 

Water-colour drawings of churches in 
Kent, interspersed with Coats of Arms, 
monumental brasses, and inscriptions, 
by Edw. John Carlos, 19th century. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 25,705. 

Drawings and engravings illustrating the 
topography of Co. Kent, arranged in 
alphabetical order of places, 18th and 
19th centuries. Twenty- three vols, 
folio. Brit. Mus. Add. MSS. 32,353— 
32,375. 

Lords of Manors in the county of Kent, 
9 Edw. II. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
26,094. 

A brief account of the several Bailiffs, 
Sherifs, Custos's, and Lord Mayors of 
the City of London, who, either them- 
selves, their ancestors, immediate 
descendants, have possessed lands in the 
County of Kent, or have by birth 
sprung from thence, with the coat 
armour belonging to each of them, 1209 
— 17t)5, M8. No. XXVIII, Towneley 
Hall, Burnley. 

A List of the names of such persons as 
find and bear Arms within the Hundred 
of Calchill, Co. Kent, and are belonging 
to the trayned Band now under the 
command of Sir John Darell, Knt. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. EoU V, 14. 

List of the Nobility and Gentry of Kent, 
by Thomas Colwell of Faversham, 1624, 
with arms in colours. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 18,594. 

Names of the Gentlemen of Kent in the 
reign of Hen. VII. Brit. Mus. Cott. 
MS. Faust. E. ii. f . 216. 

List of the Gentry of Kent in the time of 
Henry VII., by James Greenstreet. 
Lond. 1877, S^- See also Archcdologia 
Cantiana, vol. xi. 

Gentry of Kent, with their Lands, from 12 
Hen. II. to Edward VI. Her. Coll. 
Philipot MS. 4, Pb. 

A catalogue of the Wardens of the Five 
Ports, with their arms. 17th century. 
Brit. Mus. Lansd. MS. 865, f . 60. 



146 



English Cor^TiES. 



Catalogue of Lord Wardens of the Cinque 
Ports. See Somner's " Roman Ports in 
Kent." 
Coronation ceremonies and customs relative 
to the Barons of the Cinque Ports as 
supporters of the Canopy, by Sir Thos. 
Mantell. Dover, 1820, 4°- 
Constables and Lieutenants of Dover and 
Rochester Castles. Her. Coll. Phil. MS. 
34. 
An historical catalogue of the High 
Sheriffs of Kent. See Villare Canti- 
nnurn^ by Thos. Phillipot. Lond. 1659, 
fol. Another edition, 1776, fol. 
The Kentisli Chronologer. Comprising a 
list of tlie nobility, lord lieutenants, 
baronets, high slieriffs, etc., by Walter 
Rowles. Lond. 1807, S^- 
Kniglits of the shire of Kent. MS. 

Hatfield House. 
Holders of Knights' Fees in Kent at the 
Knighting of the King's Son, Anno 38. 
Henry III. (A.D. 1253, 4). By James 
Greenstreet. Lond. 1878, 8°- See 
also Archceologla Cantiana, vol. Xll. 
Index of Proj^rietors of Lands in Kent. 

Brit. Mus. Add. MSS. 5517—5519. 
Pahs Flnhim, and Inquisition t^s Post 
Mortem, for the County of Kent, see 
Archseologia Cantiana. Lond. 1858, 
&c. 8«- 
Poll for Knights of the Shire to represent 
the County of Kent, by Leonard Barthol- 
omew, Sheriff, with an alpliabetical list 
of the freeholders. Rochester, 1791, 8^^- 
Poll for the Knights of the Shire to 
I'epresent the County of Kent in Parlia- 
ment, 1835, printed. 
Poll Book for Knights of the Shire to 
represent the western division of the 
county of Kent, in 1837, including the 
whole of the registered electors, Avitli a 
general index. Maidstone, 1837, 8°- 
Poll Books for an Election of Knights of 
tlie Shire for East Kent, 1832 and 1837. 
8°- 
Register of Persons entitled to vote for 
the Eastern Division of the County of 
Kent. Maidstone, 1851, 4o- 
Poll Book for Two Knights of tlie Shire 
to Represent the Eastern Division of 
the County of Kent, 1865. 8°- 
Biographical Dictionary of Kentish 
Authors. 5 vols. ]3rit. Mus. Add. 
MSS. 18,470—18,474. 



Kentish Administration G-rants, A.D. 
1559—1603. Epitomised by Leland 
L. Duncan. Published by the Kent 
ArchceoJof/ical Society. 
Extracts from the Parish Registers in 
Kent. Soc. of Antiq. MSS. 180 ; 183. 
Selections from the Early Registers of the 
parishes of Grreenwich, Deptford, Charl- 
ton, Woolwich, Eltham and Lee. 
Hasted' s History of Kent, new edition, 
by Henry H. Drake, part 1. Lond. 
1886, fol. 
Tour through the Isle of Thanet, including 
a particular description of the Churches, 
and copies of the Monumental 
Inscriptions, by Z. Cozens. Lond. 1793, 
4"- 
A Corner of Kent ; or some account of 
the Parish of Ash-next-Sandwich, ivith 
Genealogical and Heraldic Notes, bv 
J. R. Planche. Lond. 1864, 8o- 
Rectors of Adisham, 1285 to 1881 ; and 
of Woodchurch, 1314 to 1841, by the 
Rev. Canon Scott Robertson. ArcJice- 
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Rectors of Biddenden for 600 years. 

Single sheet, 1888, fol. 
Extracts from Bromley Church Register, 
of Births, Deaths, and Marriages, with 
a hst of the Ministers, 1604 to 1704. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 3361. 
Names and Arms of the Abbots of St. 
Augustine, and Archbishops of Canter- 
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iii. f. 194. 
Accounts of the Deans, Priors, and 
Archdeacons of Canterbury. See Dart's 
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Somner's "Antiquities ot Canterbury." 
— " A Description of the Cathedrals of 
Canterbury and York." Lond. 1755, 
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Cathedral Church of Canterbury." 
Lond. 1816, 4"- 
Historical Description of Canterbury 
Cathedral, its Antiquities, Epitaplis, 
Archbishops, etc., by J. Duncombe. 
1783, 8«- 
Epitaphs and Inscriptions in Canterbury 
Cathedral. See Dart's " History of 
Canterbury Cathedral." Lond. 1726, 
fol. — " Historical Description of Canter- 
bury Cathedral." Cant. 1772 and 
1778, 80-— Woolnotli's "Canterbury 
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The Register Booke of Christninges, 
Marriages, and Biirialls within the 
precinct of the Cathedrall and Metro- 
politieall Church of Canterburie. Edited 
by Jl. Hovenden. Ilarleian Socleff/, 
vol If. Lend. 1878, 4'^- 

The Register Booke of Christeninges, 
Marriages, and Burialls in Saint 
Dunstan's, Canterbury, 1559—1800. 
Edited by J. . Meadows Cowper. 
Canterbury, 1887. Privately printed. 

The Booke of Regester of the Parish of 
St. Peter, in Canterbury, for Christen- 
ings, Weddinges. and Buryalls, 1560 — 
ISOO. Edited by Joseph Meadows 
Cowper. Privately printed, 1887. 

Our Parish Books and what they tell us : 
Holy Cross, Westgate, Canterbury, by 
J. Meadows Cowper. 2 vols. Canter- 
bury, 1881. 

The Memorial Inscriptions in the Church 
and Cliurchyard of Holy Cross, West- 
gate, Canterbury, bv J. M. Cowper. 
Privately printed [1888.] l"- 

Poll Book for the Canterbury Election of 
July 1880, with an alphabetical list of 
all the freemen of the City of Canter- 
bury. 1880, 8«- 

Chislet, Kent. Its Monuments, Vicars, 
and Parochial Records, by the llev. 
Francis Haslewood. Privately printed, 
1887. 

The Rectors of Cliffe at Hoo, 1229 to 
1880, by Canon Scott Robertson. 
ArcJiceologia Cantiana, vol. xv. Lond. 
1888, 8^- 

Cobham Church, Monuments in, by J. Gr. 
Waller. Aj^choeoJof/la Cantiana, vols 
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Charters of Cumbwell Priory, with plates 
of Seals. ArchcBologla Cantiana, vol. 
V. &c. Lond. 1868, &c., 8^- 

Alphabetical Index to all the names of 
persons en tered in the Parochial Registers 
of Davington, in tlie County of Kent ; 
to which is a])pended a summary of the 
number of baptisms, marriages, and 
burials, in each successive year. Thomas 
Willement, patron, 1852. Corrected 
up to August 21, 18G1. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MS. 28,887. 

Copy of tlie Register of Freemen of Dover, 
1601—1722. Brit. Mus« Add. MS. 
29,625. 



Registers of the French Church at Dover, 
Kent. Edited by Frederick Arthur 
Crisp. Privately printed, 1888, sm. fol. 
Exti-acts from the Parish Registers of 
Down, Co. Kent. See " The Topographer 
and Genealogist," vol. ii., edited by John 
Gough Nichols. Lond. 1853, 8o- 
Funeral Monuments in the Church of 
Faversham. See " History of the Abbey 
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1727, 4P- 
Ickham Church, its Monuments and its 
Rectors, by the Ilev. Canon Scott 
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vol. xiv. Lond. 1882, 8o- 
The Kegister of the Parish Church of S. 
Margaret, Lee, in the County of Kent, 
from 1579 to 1751. Edited for the 
Lewisham Antiq^mrian Society by L. 
L. Duncan and A. (). Barron. Lee, 
1888, 8'^- 
The Monumental Inscriptions in the 
Church and Churchyard of S. Mary, 
Lewisham. Edited by H. C. Kirby 
and L. L. Duncan for the Lewisliam 
Antiquarian Societj/. Lee, 1889, fol. 
A llegister of the Burialls in the Parish 
of Littlebourne, in Kent, since the Act 
of Parliament for burying in Wooll. 
Made in y^ year 1678, by John Gostling, 
Vicar. [The entries extend from 15 
Oct. 1678 to 28 Mar. 1680 ] Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 28,748. 
Parish Register of Lyminge, Co. Kent, 
1514—1676. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
88,782. 
Notes from the parochial register of 
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Church Dignitaries of Pochester. See 
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Repertory of Incumbents and Dignitaries 
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liawlinson, Lond. 1716 and 1728, 8o- 



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Monumental Inscriptions in the Diocese 
of Rochester. Brit. Mus. Hari. MS. 
6587. 
Monumental Inscriptions in the several 
Churches and Chapels within the 
Diocese of llochcster. " Registrum 
Roffense," part ii., by John Thorpe. 
Lond, 17G9, fol. 
Index to the Monumental Inscriptions in 
Thorpe's Registrum Roff ense. Privately 
printed,' no date, 4°- 
History and Antiquities of Rochester 
Cathedral, containing the Inscriptions 
on the Tombs, also those in Canterbury, 
supplementary to Somner and Batteley. 
1717, 8®- 
On the Seal and Counterseal of the City 
of Rochester, by W. H. St. John Hope. 
ArclioeoJogia, vol. 49. Lond. 1885, 4°- 
Some Account of Brasses formerly in the 
Church of Sevington, by Herbert L. 
Smith. Archoeologia Canttana,Yo\Ay. 
Lond. 18G1, 8'^- 
An Account of the Grand Court of 
Shepway, holden on the Bredenstone 
Hill at Dover, by E. Knocker. Lond. 
1862, 4'^- 
Memorials of Smarden, Kent, by tlie Rev. 
Francis Haslewood . [This work contains 
biographies of fifty Rectors, from A.D. 
1205 to the present time, monumental 
inscriptions, genealogies of the famiUes 
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Notes on Warehorne Church and its 
Stained Glass, with indices to the 
Parochial Registers of Warehorne and 
Newenden. Archoeolofjia Cantiana, 
vol. iv. Lond. 1861, 8"- 
Parochial History of Westerham, Kent, 
with copious extracts from the Registers, 
by Granville Leveson Gower. Wester- 
ham . . . 8"- 

LANCASHIRE. 

Heralds' Visitation of Lancashire. JSIS. 

No. XLViii. Towneley Hall, Burnley. 

Table of names of a Visitation of 

Lancashire, undated. Brit. Mus. Harl. 

MS. 1057. 

Visitation of Lancashire, 1533. Brit. 

Mus. Hari. MS. 2076. 
The Visitation of Lancashire and a part of 
Cheshire, made in the year, 1533, by 
Thomas Benalt. Edited by William 
Langton. ChetJiam ^Society, Man- 
chester, 1876, etc., 4°- 



Visitation of Lancashire, 1567. Brit. 
Mus. MSS. Hari. 891, 1152, 1158, 
1468, 2086, 6159 ; Add. 12,477, 22,652. 
Her. Coll. D. 3; E. D. N. 9. Cains 
Coll. 523, 527. Qu. Coll. C. Chetham 
Lib. 6715. 
The Visitation of the County Palatine of 
Lancaster, made in the year 1567, by 
William Flower. Edited by F. R. 
Raines. Chetham Society^ vol. 81. 
Manchester, 1870, ¥■ 
Visitation of Lancashire, 1567, with 
additions by Handle Holmes to 1704. 
Brit. Mus. Hari. MS. 1987. 
Visitation of Lancashire, by William Tonge, 
Xorroy, 1580. MS. Trinity College, 
Dublin. 
Visitation of Lancashire, 1567, 1613. Brit. 

Mus. Hari. MS. 1549. 
Visitation of Lancashire, 1613. Brit. 
Mus. Hari. MS. 1437. Her. Coll. Q. 
5. 
The Visitation of the County Palatine of 
Lancaster, made in the year 1613, by 
Richard St. George. Edited by the 
Rev. F. R. Raines. Chetham Society^ 
vol. 82. Manchester, 1871, 4P- 
Visitation of Lancashire, 1664. Her- 

Coll. C. 37. 
The Visitation of the County Palatine of 
Lancaster, made in the year 1664- — 5, 
by Sir William Dugdale. Edited by 
Rev. F. R. Raines. Chetham Society. 
Manchester, 1872, 4P- 
A Fragment illustrative of Sir William 
Dugdale's Visitation of Lancashire. 
Chetham Society ,\o\. xxiv. Manchester, 
1851, 4'^- 
Pedigrees of the County Families of 
Lancashire, by Joseph Foster. The 
heraldic illustrations by J. Forbes- 
NixoQ. London, J 873, 4P- 
Pedigrees of Lancashire and other families, 
bv Christopher Towneley, about 1650. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 32,114. 
Pedigrees of Lancashire Families, by 
Christopher Towneley, 1670. 3 vols, 
ih'it. Mus. Add. MSS. 32110—32112. 
Lancashire Pedigrees in alphabetical order, 
by John HopLcinson, 1671. J5rit. Mus. 
Add. MS. 26,741. 
Pedigrees of Lancashiiic and Yorkshire 
families, 17th century. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MS. 32116. 



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149 



Pedigrees of Lancashire and other families. 

MS. in the possession of the Marquis 

of Salisbury. 
Pedigrees of Lancashire families, by 

Nathaniel Johnston. MS. T. 2. 

Campsall Hall, Co. York. 
Pedigrees and Arms in Lancashire, 

alphabetically arranged. IIS. C. 7. 

Campsall Hall, Co. York. 
Pedigrees of Lancashire Families. Ashm. 

Lib. MS. 834, art. v. p. 16 Her. Coll. 

Phil. MS. 50, P. 
Pedigrees of Lancashire families. Brit. 

Mus. Lans. MS. 205. 
Pedigrees of Cheshire and Lancashire 

Families. Caius Coll. Camb. MS. 

533. 
Lancashire Pedigrees, collected by Thomas 

Barritt in 1782. Chetham Lib. MS. 

8019. 
Catalogue or abstract of pedigrees of 

several families in the counties of York, 

Lancashire, and Lincoln. MS. vol. xxv. 

Eshton Hall, Co. York. 
Arms of Lancashire Families. Chetham 

Lib. MS. 8019. 
An Alphabet of the Arms of the Gentle- 
men of Cheshire and Lancashire, 

blazoned. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 893. 
Arms of Cheshire and Lancashire families 

described, 1682. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 

29,786. 
Arms of Lancashire Families, alphabeti- 
cally, from " one Captain Booth, who 

lined nere Stopford in Cheshire." Brit. 

Mus. Add. MS. 26,741, f. 533. 
Arms in the Register of the Abbev of 

Furness. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 5848, 

Ordinaries of Lancashire Arms. Brit. 
Mus. Harl. MSS. 893, 1234, 1367, 
1382, 1452, 1457, 1940, 2017, 2053. 

The Armorial bearings existing in the 
Churches of Prescot, Wigan and Liver- 
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Paul liy lands. Liverpool, 1881, 8o- 

Genealogical Collections for a History of 
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Cheshire and Lancashire Families, by G. 
Ormerod, 1851, 8°- Privately printed. 

County Families of Lancishire and 
Cheshire, by James Croston. 1887, 4°- 



Notitia of the Families of the County 
Palatine of Lancaster, com])iled from 
Heraldic Visitations, Ordinaries of 
Arms, Genealogical and Topographical 
Manuscripts and Printed Works relative 
to the County, by William John 
Roberts. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
22,653. 

Evidences of Lancashire Gentry. Brit, 
Mus. Add. MSS. 30,145 ; 30,146. 

Transcripts of Evidences of Lancashire 
Families. Brit. Mus. Add. MSS. 
32,103 to 32,109. 

Ducatus Lancastrise Calendarium. From 
Edw. I. to Eliz. By order of the 
Commissioners on Public Records. 3 
vols. Lond. 1823—34, fol. 

A description of -the duchy and county 
palatine of Lancaster, unto which is 
added a genealogical table of all the 
dukes and earls of the same, and of 
other the ancient and noble families 
from whence they had not only their 
offspring, but also how they increased 
their possessions, etc. from time to time. 
MS. Campsall Hall, Co. York. 

Vicecomites Lancastriae ab anno 1 Hen. 
II. Bodl. Lib. MS. 5088, f. 1. 

The Lancashire Lieutenancy under the 
Tudors and Stuarts. Edited by John 
Harland. Manchester. 1859, 4o- 

Names of all the Gentlemen of the Best 
Callinge within the Countye of Lan- 
caster, Whereof Choyse ys to be made 
of a certain number to Lend vnto her 
Matye. moneye vpon Privie Scale in 
January, 1588. From a manuscript in 
the possession of the Rev. F. R. Raines. 
OTietJiam Society^ Miscellanies, in. 1862, 
40. 

Hale and Orford. An account of two 
old Lancashire Houses : with memorials 
of the respective owners to the present 
time, by Wm. Beamont. Warrington, 
1786, 8«- 

Lists of Escheators, Stewards of Black- 
burnshire. Lawyers, and Sheriffs of the 
County, by John Hopkinson, 1671. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 26,741, f. 510. 

The Parliamentary Representation of the 
County and Borough Constituences of 
Lancashire, 1285-1885. Compiled from 
Official and other Sources, to which are 
added Biographical and Genealogical 
Notices of the Members, by W. 



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Duncombe Pink, and the Rev. Alfred 
B. Beaven. In progress, 1889. 

Lists of Freeholders in Lancashire, A.D. 
1600. Brit. Mns. Harl. MSS. 2012, f. 
185 ; 2077, 2085, 2112. 

Lancasliire Worthies, by V. Espinasse. 
Lond. 1871—77, !"• 

Portraits of Eminent Personages of 
Lancashire, Members of Parliament, 
Literary, Ecclesiastical and Scientific 
Celebrities. From 1810—45. 

Portfolio of Fragments relative to the 
history and antiquities, topography, and 
genealogies of the County Palatine and 
Duchy of Lancaster, by M. Gregson. 
Third edition, edited by J. Harland. 
London, 1809, fol. 

The jlegester Booke of Funeralls in the 
countves of Lancaster, etc., begun A.D. 
1600,' by William Segar. [This MS. 
contains the Arms emblasoned of the 
persons buried, and particulars relating 
to themselves and their families.] Brit. 
Mus. Lans. MS. 879. 

The -llegister Book of Funerals in North 
Wales, Lancashire, etc., begun 28 Mav, 
1006. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 2011. 

Lancashire. Funeral CertiGcates. Edited 
by Thomas William King. With 
additions by the Bev. F. B. Baines. 
Chef ham Soclett/,\ol. Lxxv. Manchester, 
1868, 10- 

Cheshire and Lancashire Funeral Certifi- 
cates, A.D. 1600 to 1678. Edited by 
J. J^aul Bylands. Record Society. 
Lond. 1881—2, H^- 

Lancashire and Cheshire Historical and 
Genealogical Notes Edited by Josiah 
Bose. ileprinted from the Leigh 
Chronicle " Scrap Book." Part 1. 
Leigh, 1878, S'^- 

Lancashire Gleanings, by William E. A. 
Axon. Manchester and London, 1883, 8''- 

Letters on the claims of the College of 
Arms in Lancashire, in the time of 
James I., by L. Smethley and Bandle 
Holme. Edited, with notes by F. B. 
Baines. Chethani Socleft/, JMlscellanles, 
vol. V. Manchester, 185i, 4°- 

East Lancashire Nomenclature and Boch- 
dale Names, by H. C. March. 1880, 8o- 

The Bolton Parish Church Registers, 
from the earliest records to the present 
time. Published in the " The Bolton 
Weekly Journal." 1887. 



Begistrum Sanctie Marise Furnesii, ])ar 
Abbate Guill. Dalton, with numerous 
coats of arms of Sovereigns and the 
Nobility, beautifully coloured, written 
about the vear 1412. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 38,2 ii. 

The Earlier Jlegisters and Parisli Accounts 
of Hawkshead, by the Bev. J. Allen, 
Vicar. See Transactions of the Ciiniher- 
land and Wesfmorelaiid Antiquarian 
Society, vol. iv. Kendal, 1879, 8"^- 

History of the parish of Kirkham, Lanca- 
shire, by Henry Fishwick, witli 
numerous pedigrees. 1874, 4"^ 

The Begisters of the Parish of Leigh, 
Lancashire, from Februarv, 1558, to 
March 1625. Edited by J H. Stanning, 
M.A., Vicar. Leigh, 1883, 8''- 

" In Memoriam ; " or. Funeral llecords of 
Liverpool Celebrities. Liverpool, 1876, 

Historic Gleanings : Transcripts of the 
Burgess Jlolls of Liverpool, by Edw. 
M. Hance. Liverpool, 1886, 8'^- 

A History of Longridge and District, by 
Tom C. Smith. Containing an account 
of " Old Halls and old Families," with 
])edigrees of the famiUes of Cave- 
Browne- Cave, Hothersall, Openshaw, 
Cottam, Townlev, and Dewhirst. 
Preston, 1888, 4« ' 

Manchester Worthies, and their Founda- 
tions ; or six chapters of Local History, 
by E. Edwards. Manchester, 1855, 8o- 

Observations on the Armorial Bearing of 
the Town of Manchester, by W'. B. 
Whatton, Manchester, 1824, l"- 

Brief accounts of the Wardens of Man- 
chester College, with their arms in 
colours, from 1422. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 5834 pp. 83, 160—184. 

The Admission Begister of the Manchester 
School with some notices of the more 
distinguished scholars. Edited for the 
Chetham Society by the Bev. Jeremiah 
Finch Smith, 3 vols in 4. Manchester, 
1866, 4"- 

Extracts from tlie Begisters of Ormskirk 
Church, by James Dixon. Liverpool, 
1874, 8«- ' 

Extracts from the Begisters of the 
Parochial Chapel of Padiliam, in the 
County of Lancaster, by Major Fish- 
wick. See " The Beliquary," vol. xii. 
Lond. 1872. 



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151 



History of the Parliamentary Eepresenta- 
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years, by William Dobson. Preston, 
1856, 80- 2nd edition, 1868, 12o- 

The Vicars of Rochdale (1191^—1877), by 
the Llev. Canon Haines, edited by Henry 
H. Howorth for the Ohetham Societi/. 
Two parts. Manchester, 1883, 4«' 

The Registers of the Parish Church of 
Rochdale, in the Countv of Lancaster, 
from A.D. 1582 to 1616. Edited by 
Lieut. -Col. H. Fishwick. Rochdale, 
1888, 80- 

History of the Ancient Hall of Samlesbury 
in Lancashire, with an Account of its 
earlier possessors, and particulars relating 
to the descent of the Manor, with three 
tables of pedigrees, by James Croston. 
Privately printed, 1871, fol. 

The Parish Registers of the Chapelry of 
Stretford, near Manchester, by John 
Eglinton Bailey. See "The Reliquary," 
vol. xvii. Lond. 1876, 8o- 

History of the Old Independent Chapel, 
Tockholes, near Blackburn, Lancashire, 
by Benjamin Nightingale. In progress, 
1886. [Contains pedigrees of the 
families of Leigh, Aspden, Brindle, 
Cocker, Gregson, Kershaw, Nightingale, 
Redmayne, Richardson, Smith, Sumner, 
and Worsley, and Lives of its Ministers, 
etc.] 

Documentary Notes relating to the 
District of Turton, Co. Lancaster, with 
folding pedigrees of the Kay, Taylor, 
and Barlow Families. Compiled by 
James C. Scholes. Bolton, 1882, 
80- 

Registers of Ulverston Parish Church, 
Lancashire. Edited by the Revs. C. 
W. Bardsley and L. K. Ayre. Ulverston, 
1881—1885, 4«- 

An Attempt to Identify the Arms 
formerly existing in the Windows of 
the Parish Church and Austin Friary at 
Warrington, by William Beamont and 
Paul Rylands. Warr. 1878. 

Annals of the Lords of Warrington for 
the first five centuries afterthe Conquest. 
By William Beamont. Glietham 
Sociefi/, vols. 86 and 87. Manchester, 
1872—3, 40. 

Annals of the Lords of Warrington and 
Bewsey, from 1587 to f833, by W. 
Beamont. Manchester, 1873, 4P' 



Warrington Church Notes. The Parish 
Church of St. Elfin and the other 
churches of the parish, by Wm. 
Beamont. Warr. 1878, S^- 

LEICESTERSHIRE. 

Heralds' Visitation of Leicestershire, 1563. 

Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 17,065 ; Harl. 

MS. 810. Her. Coll. F. 7 ; G. 11 ; H. 

12. 
Visitation of Leicestershire, by Samson 

Lennard, Bluemantle, and Augustine 

Vincent, Rouge Rose, 1619. MS. 

Lamport Hall, Co. Northampton. MS. 

51. Ettington Hall, ('o. Warwick. Brit. 

Mus. MSS. Harl. 1180, 1187, 1189, 

1195, 1369, 1431, 6125, 6183. Stowe 

768. Her. Coll. C. 8 ; Vincent, 127. 

Caius Coll. 519. New Coll. cccxxx. 

Qu. Coll. LXXXIX. 

The Visitation of the County of Leicester 
in 1619, by Wm. Camden [and his 
deputies, Lennard and Vincent]. Edited 
by John Fetherston. Ilarleian Society, 
vol. 2. Lond. 1870, 8° 

Leicestershire Pedigrees and Royal 
Descents, by the Rev. W. G. Dimock 
Fletcher. Leic. 1886, 4P- 

Pedigrees of Leicestershire Families, from 
Sir Geo. Naylor's library. MS- 
Baginton Hall, Warwickshire. 

Pedigrees and Arms, apparently by 
Nicholas Charles. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 
1113. 

Pedigrees of Leicestershire Families. Brit. 
Mus. Harl. MS. 6590. Her. Coll. MS. 
E. L Phil. MSS. 28, P ; 29, L. Qu. 
Coll. Oxf. MS. cxxxi. 

Pedigrees of families of Leicestershire. 
MS. 17th century, in the possession of 
the Marquis of Ripon, at Studley Royal, 
Co. York. 

Heraldic Collections relating to Leicester- 
shire families, 17th century. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 26,710. 

Catalogue or abstract 'of pedigrees of 
several families in the counties of York, 
Durham, and Leicester, with tables, by 
J. H. MS. Vol. xxiv. Eshton Hall, 
Co. York. 

Arms of a Visitation of tlie County of 
Leicester, taken by Sampson Leuard, 
alias Bluemantle, and Augustin Vincent, 
poursuivants-at-arms, A.D. 1619. MS. 
No. 120. Ettington Hall, Co. Warwick. 



152 



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Arms and Pedigrees of Leicestershire, &c. 
families. Stowe MS. 771. Brit. Mus. 

The arms and names of knights, esquires, 
and gentlemen within the county of 
Leicester living in 1564, set out as it 
was performed by Robert Cook then 
Chester herald. 

" The original that this was copied forth 
of was done on Velom in colours, in the 
hands of Henr}^ Farrars of Baddesley 
Chinton, co. Warwick, 1593." MS. No. 
131. Ettington Hall, co. Warwick. 

The description of Leicestershire, contain- 
ing matters of antiquitye, historye, 
armorye, and genealogy, by Wm. 
Burton, London. 1622. fol. Second 
edition. Lynn, 1777. fol. 

Burton's Leicestershire Collections, with 
coats of arras and genealogies. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MSS. G046, 31917, 27985 
f. 76. 

Burton's History of Leicestershire, with 
large additions to the Pedigrees, by K. 
Gascoigne. Jesus Coll. Camb. 

Genealogical Notices of the County of 
Leicester. See " Bibl. Top. Brit." vol. 
vii. 

The Armorial Windows erected in the 
reign of Henry VI. by John Viscount 
Beaumont and Katherine Duchess of 
Norfolk in Woodhouse Chapel in 
Chamw^ood Forest, by J. G. Nichols. 
Westminster, 1860. 4P- Privately 
printed. 

On some of the Sepulchral Monuments 
and Effigies in Leicestershire. By M. 
H. Bloxam. Northampton, 1866. 12o- 

Church Notes in Leicestershire. Her. Coll. 
Vincent MS. 197. 

An inventory of the Church Plate of 
Leicestershire, with some account of 
the Donors thereof, by the Rev. Andrew 
Trollope. In progress, 1889. 

Historia brevis Comitum Leicestrise, cum 
insignibus gentilitiis. Pra^mittitur nota 
de Gulielmo Conquestore. Brit. Mus. 
Lans. MS. 882, f. 3. 

List of the Sheriffs of Leicestershire to 
A.D. 1622. See Burton's " History of 
Leicester," p. 323. 

List of Leicestershire gentlemen who com- 
pounded for their estates, temp. Charles 
I. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 2043, f. 38 b. 

Freeholders' Book for the County of 
Leicester, A.D. 1630. See Nichol's 



" History of Leicestershire," vol. i. 
pt. i. p. xcii. 

The Poll for a Knight of the Shire to 
represent the County of Leicester, 
1775. Leicester, 1775. 4P- 

The Poll Book for the Election of Two 
Knights of the Shire of Leicester, can- 
didates Geo. A. L. Keck, Lord Robt. 
Manners, and Thos. Paget. 1830. S"' 

Register of Persons entitled to vote in 
the election of Knights of the shire for 
the Northern Division of the County of 
Leicester. Leicester, 1832. 8"- 

Sepulchral Effigies in Bottesford Church, 
Leicestershire, by M. H. Bloxam. 
Rugby, 1869. 8°- 

Parish Registers of Claybrook, co. Leices- 
ter, A.D. 1563-1636. A.D. 1637-ieC4. 
A.D. 1664-1685 In the possession of 
Lord Braye, at Stanford Hall. 

The Poll for Electing Two Burgesses to 
represent the Borough of Leicester in 
Parliament, 25th July, 1837. Leicester, 
1837. 80- 

Roman Catholic Register of Leicester and 
Hinckley, 1785 to 1837. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MS. 32,629. 

The Rectors of Loughborough, by the 
Rev. W. G. Dimock Fletcher. Lough. 
1883. 80- 

The Parish Registers of Lougliborough, 
in the County of Leicester, by W. G. 
Dimock Fletcher. London, 1873. 
8«- 

See also " The Reliquary," vol. xiii. 
London, 1872. 8o- 

The History of Market Harborough, with 
that portion of the hundred of Gartree, 
Leicestershire, containing the parishes 
of Baggrave, Billesdon, Bosworth, etc. 
With an account of the Lords of the 
Manors and their Pedigrees, etc., by 
John H. Hill. Leicester, 1875. 4«- 

The Parish Registers of Newton- Linford, 
Leicestershire, 1677-1679. Ten copies 
privately printed, by Frederick Arthur 
Crisp, 1884. fol. 

Parish Registers of Swinf ord, Co. Leicester, 
A.D. 1559—1632. A.D, 1707—1741. 
In the possession of Lord Braye, at 
Stanford Hall. 



LINCOLNSHIRE. 

Visitation of Lincolnshire, 
Heralds' College. 



undated. 



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153 



Visitation of Lincolnshire, 1562. Her. 

Coll. E.D.N. 10; D. 8. Caius Coll. 

545. Qu. Coll. xcii. Brit. Mus. Harl. 

MSS. 1190, 1484. 
Visitation of Lincolnshire, 1562 — 1564. 

Brit. Mus. Harl. MSS. 810 ; 1097. 
The Visitation of the County of Lincoln 

in 1562—4. [By Robert Cooke]. 

Edited by Walter C. Metcalfe. Lond. 

1881. 8o< See also The Genealogist, 

vols. 3, &c. Lond. 1879. 8«- 
Pedigrees of Lincolnshire Families, 1562 

and 1592. Brit. Mus. Harl. MSS. 

1436 ; 2145. 
Visitations of Lincolnshire, 1564 and 

1592. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 

1550. 
The Visitation of Lincolnshire, 1592, 

by Richard Lee. Harl. MS. 1550! 

" The Genealogist," vol. v. &c. Lond. 

1881. 8"' 
The Visitation of the County of Lincoln, 

1592. Edited by Walter C. Metcalfe. 

Lond. 1882. 8«- 
Visitation of Lincolnshire, 1570 — 1590. 

Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 16,940. 
Visitation of Lincolnshire, 1592. Her. 

Coll. G. 4; H. 11. 
Visitation of Lincolnshire, 1592, 1634. 

Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 17506. 
Visitation of Lincolnshire, 1634. Her. 

Coll. C. 23. 
Pedigrees of Lincolnshire Families, with 

arms in trick, and with notes of arms, 

and notes of " Coates and Creastes in the 

beginninge of Mr. John Archer's booke 

of Lincolnshire," by Henry Paget. 

Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 26,742. 
Lincolnshire Pedigrees by Everard Green, 

reprinted from The Genealogist, 1879. 

8«- 
Pedigrees and Arms of Lincolnshire 

Families. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 5874. 

Her. Coll. MS. E. 1 ; Phil. 30, P ; 31, 

P ; Vincent 150. 
Pedigrees of Families of Lincolnshire. 

MS- 17th century. In the possession 

of the Marquis of Ripon, at Stud ley 

Royal, Co. York. 
Catalogue or abstract of pedigrees of 

several families in the counties of York, 

Lancashire, and Lincoln. MS. vol. 

xxv. Eshton Hall, Co. York. 
Arms of Lincolnshire FanfUies. Brit. 

Mus. Harl. MS. 5845. 



Arms and Crests from Harvey's Visitation 
of 1564. Her. Coll. Vincent MS. 184. 

The Union of Honovr. Containing the 
Armes of Kings, Dukes, etc., of Eng- 
land, and the Gentry of Lincolnshire, 
by James Yorke. Lond. 1640. fol. 

Arms of Lincolnshire Families from 
Bysshe's Visitation of 1666. Her. 
Coll. MS. D. 23. 

An Alphabet of Arms of Lincolnshire, 
1717-18. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 14,833. 

Arms, in trick, of Lincoln Families, 1706. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 21,008. 

Arms, in colours, from Lincoln Minster, 
18th century. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
26,752. 

Collections relating to Lincolnshire Fami- 
lies, by Gervase Holies, 1639, &c. Brit. 
Mus. Lans. MSS. 207 A to F. 

Collections relating to Lincolnshire Fami- 
lies, 18th century. Qu. Coll. Oxf. 
Ixxxv. 

Antiquities of the County of Lincoln, 
consisting principally of Monumental 
Inscriptions, with the Coats of Arms 
of the Gentry, in colours. Brit. Mus. 
Harl. MS. 6829. 

Lincolnshire Church Notes of the time of 
Charles I., by Justin Simpson. See 
" The Reliquary," vol ix. Lond. 1869. 
80- 

Church Notes in Lincolnshire, 1592-1634. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 17506. 

Tables of the High Sheriffs of Lincoln- 
shire, and of the Knights of the Shire, 
Citizens, and Burgesses in Parliament, 
from the earliest account to the present 
time. [White.] Lond. 1779. 4P- 

List of Sheriffs of Lincolnshire. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 6118, f. 405. 

Lists of Members returned to Parliament, 
and Sheriffs of the County of Lincoln. 
See " The History of Lincohi," 1816. 
8«- 

The Lincolnshire Survey, temp. Henry I. 
Edited by James Green«treet. London, 
1884. fol. 

A Roll of the Owners of Land in the 
Parts of Lindsey in Lincolnshire in the 
Reign of Henry I. Translated and 
compared with the Domesday Survey 
by Robt. Edra. Chester Waters. Lin- 
coln, 1883. [Reprinted from the Asso- 
ciated Architectural Societies' Reports 
and Papers, vol. XYi., 1882. 



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]iecords relating to the County of Lincoln, 
temp. Hen. III. Witli index. Brit. 
Mus. Harl. MS. 62S9. 

Ancient Baronies in the Countv of Lincoln, 
with the Descents of their owners, con- 
tinned to A.D. 1(516. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 5531, 

Names of Freeholders in the Counties of 
Lincoln, etc., A.I). 1561. Brit. JSlus. 
Lans. MS. 5 

Names of gentlemen in the hundreds of 
Lincolnshire, with notes, by Lord 
Burghley. MS. in the possession of 
the Marquis of Salisbury. 

The Worthies of Lincolnshire b}' Rev. 
Morgan G. Watkins. Lond. 1885. 8« 

Obituary and llecords from the Counties 
of Lincoln, llutland, and Northampton, 
1800-1859, by Justin Simpson. Stam- 
ford, 1861. 8«- 

Lincoln Marriage Licences : An abstract 
of the allegation Books preserved in the 
Registry of the Bishop of Lincoln, 
1598—1628. Edited by A. G-ibbons. 
Lond. 1888, 8o- 

Account of the Baptisms and Burials 
within the Hundred of Boothb v - Graff or, 
Co. Lincoln, from 1688. See " Gent. 
Mag." 1782, p 75. 

Sepulchral Monuments and Effigies in 
Boston Church Lincolnshire, by M. H. 
Bloxam. Rugby, 1770, 8°- 

List of the Mayors of the Town and 
Borougli of Great Grimbsy, from 1200 
to 1669. Brit. Mus. Lans. MS. 207, 
A, f. 523. 

Monumental Antiquities of Great Grimsby, 
byliev. George Oliver. Hull, 1825, 
80- 

Names of the Mayors, Bailiffs, Sheriffs, 
and Chamberlains of the City of 
Lincoln since 1313. Lincoln, 1787, 
120- 

Lists of Mayors, Bailiffs, and Sheriffs of 
the City of Lincoln, from 1314 to 

1815. See " The History of Lincoln." 

1816, 80- 

Lincoln City Poll Book. Lincoln, 1820, 

80- 
Extracts from the Parish Registers of St. 

George's Stamford, by Justin Simpson. 

See " The Reliquary," vol. viii. Lond. 

1868, 8'^- 
Extracts from the Parish Registers of St. 

Mary's Stamford, by Justin Simpson. 



See " The Reliquary," vols, ix, x, xi. 

Lond. 1869, 8o. 
Extracts from the Parish Registers of St. 

Martin's Stamford, by Justin Simpson. 

See "The Reliquary," vol. xii, xiii, xiv. 

Lond. 1872, &c., 8«- 
Extracts from the Parish Registers of St. 

Michael's Stamford, by Justin Simpson. 

See " The Reliquary," vols, xv — xx. 

Lond. 1873, &c. 8o- 
Extracts from the Parisli Registers of St. 

John's, Stamford, by Justin Simpson. 

See " The Reliquary." vols, xx, etc. 

Lond. 1880, 8^^- 
The Parish Registers of Stubton, Lincoln, 

1577—1628. Privately printed for 

Fred. A. Crisp. 1881, fol. 



LONDON. 



No. 



Heralds' Visitation of London. MS. 

XLA^iii. Towneley Hall, Burnley. 
Part of a Visitation by Mr. Clarenceaux, 

Kyng of Armes, of several Churches in 

London, [1532-1533.] Brit. Mus. Harl. 

MS. 544. f. 111. 
Visitation of London, 1568. Her. Coll. 

MSS. F. 1, G. 10. Brit. Mus. Harl. 

MS. 1463. Qu. Coll. (lxxii.) 
The Visitation of London, taken by Robert 

Cooke A.D. 1568 ; and since augmen- 
ted both with descents and arms. 

Published by the London and Middlesex 

Archaeological Society, vol. II. 
Visitation of London in the yeai* 1568, by 

Robert Cooke, and since augmented 

with descents and arms. Edited by J. 

J. Howard and G. J. Armytage. 

Harleicin Society. Lond. 1869. ^^^ 
Index to the Visitation of London, 1568. 

Privately printed by Sir Tho. Phillipps. 
Visitation of London, 1633, 4. Brit. Mus. 

Harl. MS. 1476. Her. Coll. C. 24 ; 

K.g. ; Phil. 32 L. 
Visitation of London, 1634. Brit. Mus. 

Harl. MS. 1444. 
The Visitation of London in 1633-34. 

Edited by J. J. Howard and Col. J. L. 

Chester for the Ilarleicm Society. Two 

parts. Lond. 1883, 8°- 
Visitation of London, 1634. Privately 

printed by Sir Thos. Phillipps. 
Visitation of London, with Arms and 

Pedigrees of London Families ; the 

pedigrees traced to 1649, and followed 

by grants of Arms by Sir Richard and 



En&lish CorxTiEs. 



155 



Sir Henry St. George, and Sir Wm. 
Segar. Stowe MS. 709. Brit. Mus. ' 

Visitation of London, IGGl. Her. Coll. J). 
19. Brit. Mus. Harl. MSS. 108G, 
1096. 

J^edigrees of London and Middlesex. Her. 
Coll. Vineent MS. 119. 

Anns and descents of London Families 
Brit. Mus. Harl MSS. 185S ; 2280. 

Arms and Pedigrees of London Families. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MSS. 5810, 2181. 

Arms and Genealogies of the Nobility and 
Gentrv of London, continued to A.D. 
1610. "^Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 5588. 

Arms and Crests of London Families. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 5869. 

Arms of the Families of the City of 
London, in 1668. Brit. Mus Harl. 
MS. 6076. 

Arms of all the Lord Mayors of London. 
See Heylyn's " Help to English 
History,'' *^bv Wright. Loud. 1778, 
8«- 

The Arms or Atchievements of the City 
of London, and most of the Companies 
therein ; together with the Arms of 
the Collegiate Church of Westminster. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 109S. 

Arms of the Companies of London. Her. 
Coll. MS. C. 24 (2). 

Arms of the Mayors, Sheriifs, Aldermen, 
etc. of London. Her. Coll Pliilipot 
MS. 22, Pb. 

Fac-simile of a Heraldic MS. entitled, 
" The Names and Amies of them that 
hath beene Aldermen of the Ward of 
Aldersgate since the tyme of King 
Henry VI. untill this present veare 
of our Lorde 1616." By John Withie. 
Eeproduced and briefly annotated, by 
F. C. Price. Lond. 1878, 16«- [This 
is a fac-simile of Harley MS. 909, in 
the British Museum.] 

The ancient and Modern Arms of the 
several Companies ; together with the 
Arms and Names of tlie Lord-Mayors, 
Sheriffs, and Aldermen, from the first 
Mayor to 1618. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 
1819. 

Armorial of the Mayors and Sheriffs of 
London, from Fitz-Aylwin to the year 
1680. The arms are coloured until the 
year 1622, after which cUte they are 
only pencilled. MS. No, 9. Wrest 
Park, Beds. 



Arms of the incorporated Companies of 
the City of London, together with the 
Arms of the Lord Mayors, Sheriff's and 
several of the Aldermen 1621. Brit. 
Mus. Harl. MS. 6860. 

Ancient and present Arms of the City of 
London, with the Arms of the several 
Companies, Mayors. Sheriffs and 
Aldermen, A.H/ 1681. Brit. Mus. 
Harl. MS. 1164. 

Arms of Lord Mayors and Sheriff's of 
London, time of Charles I. Stowe MS. 
272. Brit. Mus. 

Arms of the City Companies and Lord 
Mayors and Sheriffs of London, time 
of Charles I. 2 vols. Stowe MS. 278. 
Brit. Mus. 

Arms, in trick, of all the Companies of 
London, with the names of the most 
eminent persons who were members of 
the same, 17th centurv. Brit. Mus. 
Harl. MS. 472. 

A Collection of The Amies, Crests and 
Sup]3orters of all the Companies in 
London ; Divers faults that are in all 
the Former, are in these amended ; and 
many Arms that were never done, are 
hereunto added. Lond. 1678. 

The Arms, Crests, Supporters, Mantles, 
and Mottos of every distinct Company 
and Corporation Societie in the 
Honourable City of London, engraved 
by Richard Wallis. Lond. 1677, 
fol. 

Arms of the Corporation and Companies 
of the City of London ; and the Arms 
of the Mayors and Sheriffs, by John 
Withie. 1695. Brit. Mus. Harl. MSS. 
1049, 6076. 

The Arms of the Twelve principal Com- 
panies of the City of London : engraved 
and printed for S. Bower, Painter, in 
Budge-Pow. 1698. 

Arms of the Twelve Principal Companies 
of the City of London. Printed for 
Austin Oldisworth. Lond. 1701, fol. 

Names and Arms of the Mayors and 
Sheriffs of London, from 1189 to 1705. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 6178. 

The PraDtorian Banner displayed ; or the 
Arms of the Maj^ors of London, by P. 
Wright. Lond, 1773, 8«- 

Arms, in coloiu's, of the City Companies. 
By W. E. Jackson, 2 sheets. Lond. 
(1863.) 4<'- 



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Ensigns of the Trained Bands of the 
City of London, by li. Symonds, 1643. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 986. 

London in Arms displayed ; or, the dis- 
tineons millitary and civill of all y® 
Comanders of Horsse troopes and 
Collonells of the Trained Bands, 1647. 
Written by John Lucas, and inscribed 
by him to Col. John Hardwicke. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 14,308. 

London Pageants. I. Accounts of 55 
Royal Processions. II. List of Lord 
Mayors Pageants, by J. G-. Nichols. 
Lond. 1831. 8«- 

Lord Mayors' Pageants, Illustrated, by 
F. W. Fairholt. Percy Society. Lond. 
1843-4. 8«- 

List of the Livery of London, by T. 
Tomlins. Lond. 1775. fol. 

The History of the Twelve great Livery 
Companies of London, by William 
Herbei-t. 2 vols. Lond. 1837. 8«- 

Names of the Persons of the several 
Companies of London. Brit. Mus. Harl. 
MS. 4778. 

History of the Honourable Artillery Com- 
pany, by A. Highmore. Lond. 1804. 
80- 

History of the Hon. Artillery Company, 
by Capt. Gr. A. Raikes. 2 vols. Lond. 
1878-79. 80- 

List of the Clockmakers' Company of 
London, from 1631 to 1732, by 
Octavius S. Morgan. See Archmological 
Journal, vol. 40. London, 1883. S^: 

The Grocers' Company, by J. B. Heath. 
Lond. 1854. 4^- 

Original Grant of Arms to the Company 
of Innholders, London, 1634. In the 
library of the Innholders Company. 

The Ironmongers Company, by J. Nicholl. 
Lond. 1866. 4P- 

The Vintners' Company, their Muniments, 
etc. Biographical notices of Eminent 
Members. Edited and revised by 
Thomas Milbourn. Illustrated with 
portraits. Lond. 1888. 4°- 

Facsimile of the original Charter granted 
by llic. III. to the Company of Wax- 
chandlers, with Arms and Seals, published 
by Mitchell and Hughes, Wardour 
street, London. 

Lists of Mayors, Recorders, Common 
Sergeants, etc. of London, to 1851. 
See Haydn's " Book of Dignities." 



Chronicles of the Mayors and Sheriffs of 
London, A.D. 1188, to A.D 1274, by 
A. Fitz-Thedmar. Translated with 
notes and illustrations by H. T. Riley. 
Lond. 1863. 4"- 

Catalogue of Mayors and Sheriffs of 
London. Her. Coll. Norfolk MS. 

Names of the Maires and Sheriffs of 
London, sene Kynge Richardis Days to 
the Mayoralty of William Purches. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 541, f . 215. 

Names of the Bailiffs, Mayors, and Sheriffs 
of London, 1 Ric. I. to 7 Henry VI. 
Brit. Mus. Cott. MS. Vitel. F. ix. 

List of the Mayors and Sheriffs of London, 
from 1 Ric. I. to 10 Henry VI. 15th 
century. St. John's Coll. Oxf. MS. 
Ivii. f. 138. 

Names of the Wardens, Mayors, and 
Sheriffs of London, from 1 Rich. I. to 
21 Hen. VI. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 
565. f. 10. 

Names of the Bailiffs, Mayors, and Sheriffs 
of London, from 1 Ric. I. to 23 Edw. 
IV. Brit. Mus. Cott. MSS. Jul. B. i. 
f. 2 ; Jul. B. ii. f. 2. Mayors from 1 
to 23 Hen. VIII. Jul. B. 1. f. 92^- 

Names of Mayors and Sheriffs of London, 
from 1419 to 1444. Brit. Mus. Cott. 
MS. Cleop. C. iv. f. 31. 

Catalogue of Mayors and Sheriffs of 
London to the year 1475. Her. Coll. 
MS. H.D.N. 19. 

Names of the Bailiff's, Mayors, and 
Sheriffs of London, from 1 Itich. I* to 
3 Mary. Brit. Mus. Cott. MS. Vitel. 
F. XII. f. 337. 

Grafton's Chronicle of England ; to which 

is added his table of Bailiffs, Sheriffs, 

and Mayors of the City of London 

from the year 1189 to 1558. By 

Richard Grafton. 2 vols. Lond. 1809. 
40. 

List of the Lord Mayors of London, from 

1214 to 1605. Brit. Mus. Lans. MS. 

719. 
The Lord Mayors and Sheriffs of London, 

with their Arms to 11 James I. 

Her. Coll. Phil. MS. 22, Pb. 
Series of Mayors ond Sheriffs of London, 

from 1 Ric. I to A.D. 1629, with some 

Arms and Historical Notes. Brit. Mus. 

Harl. MS. 1049. f. 21. 
Lists of Sheriffs and Lord Mayors of 

London, 1520 — 1724, with the names 



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Lists of Mayors, Sheriffs, Aldermen, and 
Members of Parliament, of London, 
to 1772, by Will. Chancellor. Lond. 
1772. 8^- See also Donee's " Customs 
of London," pp. xix — lii. 

Lives of illustrious Lord Mayors, and 
Aldermen of London, by W. Woodcock. 
With Chronological List of the Lord 
Mayors and Sheriffs. Lond. 1816. 

Register of admission to the freedom of 

the C/ity of London, tempp. Henry 

VIIL and Edward VI. Brit. Mus. Eg. 

MS. 2408. 
The Citizens of London and their Rulers, 

from 1060 to 1867, by B. B. Orridge. 

Lond. 1867. 8«- 
Famous City Men, by J. Ewing Ritchie. 

Two editions. Lond. 1884. 8°- 
Names of Glentlemen of Account residing 

in London and its Suburbs, Nov. 1595. 

Hrit. Mus. Lans. MS. 78, art. 67. 

[Privately printed by Sir C. Gc. Young, 

Garter, in 1832.] 
A Catalogue of Inhabitants of the several 

Parishes in London, A D. 1638. Lamb. 

Pal. Lib. MS. 272. 
List of the Principal Inhabitants of 

London, 1640. Edited by W. J. 

Harvey. Lond. 1886. 4P- 
Collection of the Names of the Merchants 

living in and about the City of London, 

1677. Reprinted, 1878. 12°- 
Names of the Parishioners, Inhabitants, 

and Occupiers of Land, in the Parish 

of St. James's Clerkenwell, 1677. Brit. 

Mus, Sloan MS. 3928. 
List of Members returned for the City of 

London, from 1660 to 1768. See 

London Magazine, 1771, p. 408. 
List of London Electors, A.D. 1723—4. 

Brit. Mus. Harg. MS. 139, pp. 369- 

417. 
London's Roll of Fame, 1757 to 1884. 

Published by Cassell & Co. Lond. 1884. 

40 

Reportorium Ecclesiasticum Parochiale 
London inense ; an Ecclesiastical Paro- 
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containing an Account of the Bishops, 
Deans, Archdeacons. Dignitaries, and 



Prebendaries, from the Conquest, of 
the several parish churches, and the 
Patrons and Incumbents, etc., by Rich. 
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fol. 

Marriage Licences. — Allegations for Mar- 
' riage Licenses issued by the Bishop of 
London, 1520 to 1828— by the Dean 
and Chapter of Westminster, 1558 to 
1699— also from the Faculty Office of 
the Abp. of Canterbury at London, 
1543 to 1869, extracted by Col. Chester, 
and now edited by G. J. Armytage, for 
the Harleian Society. 4 vols. Lond. 
1886-7. 8« 

London Marriage Licenses, 1521-1869. 
Transcribed by the late Colonel Chester, 
D.C.L., edited by Joseph Foster. Lond. 
1887. 8«- 

Registry of Births for London, from 
Christmas 1747, and since. Her. Coll. 
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Burials and Christenings in London, from 
8th to 15th April, 1618. Brit. Mus. 
Royal MS. 7, C. xvi. art. 16. 

Names of Persons dead, or removed from 
London since the last Assessment for 
the Subsidy. Brit. Mus. Lans. MS. 63, 
art. 9. 

A Collection of Monuments in divers 
churches, with most of the coats of 
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MS. 878. 

Arms and Inscriptions upon Funeral 
Monuments and Grravestones in London 
Westminster, etc. Brit. Mus. Harl. 
MS. 6835. 

Notes of Monuments, Arms, and Inscrip- 
tions in London Churches, by P. Le 
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Collection of Inscriptions on Monuments 
and Gravestones in London. Brit. Mus. 
Sloan MS. 516. 

Monumental Inscriptions in several 
Churches in London. Brit. Mus. Harl. 
MSS. 1096, ff. 110-117 b ; 6072. 

Epitaphs in and about London. Brit. Mus. 
Harl. MSS. 835, 5348. 

Interments in the several Churches in 
London. Her, Coll. MS. F. 9. 

Persons of consequence ])uried in several 
Churches in London, to the 27th of 
March, 1533. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 
644. 



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Collection of Pennons and Hatchments, 
in Churches in and about London, A.I). 
16G5, by Thos. Holfourd. Heralds' 
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The Catalogue of most of the Memorable 
Tombes, Grave-stones, plates, escutch- 
eons, or atchievements, in the demolisht, 
or yet extant churches of London, from 
St. Katherine's beyond the Tower, to 
Temple Barre, by P. Fisher. Lond. 
1668. 4«- 

The Catalogue and account of many 
memorable persons who had visible 
tombs, plated grave- stones, liatchments 
or escutcheons in any of the new burnt 
or yet extant churches of London, from 
S. Catherine's near the Tower, to Temple 
Bar. By P. Fislier. Lond. 1G70. 4'^- 

Catalogue of the Tombs in the churches of 
the City of London, A.I). 1666, by 
Major Payne Fisher. Ilevised and 
edited by G. Blacker Morgan. Lond. 
1885. 4"- Privately printed. 

Catalogue of persons who died in London, 
-with the date of their deaths, bv Pich. 
Smith of the Poultry, 1628 to 1675. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 8361. 

Epitaphs, collected principally from 
churches in and about London, 18th 
century. Brit. Mus. Eg. MS. 1160. 

Drawings in water-colours of Monuments 
and Tombs in London and the Neigh- 
bourhood, by Thomas Gosden. 2 vols. 
19th century. Brit. Mus. Add. MSS. 
.23,153-23,154 

Gleanings from Churchyards, particularly 
those of London, by G. A. Walker. 
Lond. 1839. H^- 

Modern Tombs ; or Gleanings from the 
the Public Cemeteries of London, by 
A. W. Hakewill. Lond. 1851. 4''- 

Lists of the Society of Antiquaries, 1775- 
1805. Lond. 4o- 

The Marriage, Baptismal, and Burial 
]legisters, 1571 to 1874, and Monu- 
mental Inscriptions of the Dutcli Pefor- 
med Church, Austin Friars, London. 
With a short account of the Strangers 
and their churches. Edited by William. 
John Charles Moens. Privately printed. 
Lymingtcm, 1884. 4"- 

The original Registers of Bunhill-Fields 
Burying-G rounds, arc at the Pegistrar 
General's Office, Somerset House, Lon- 
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Inscriptions upon the Tombs and Grave- 
stones in tlie Dissenters Burial Place 
near Bunhill Fields. Brit. Mus. Harl. 
MS. 6212. 

Collections relating to the Dissenters' 
Burial-ground at Bunhill Fields, Lon- 
don, by Jolni Hip])on, in 11 volumes. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MSS. 28,513-28,523. 

The Inscriptions upon the Tombs, Grave- 
stones, etc., in the Dissenters' Burial- 
place near Bunhill-fields. Lond. 1717. 
8'^- Printed for E. Curll, in Fleet 
Street. 

Bunhill Memorials. Sacred Reminiscen- 
ces of Three hundred Ministers and 
othei- persons of note, who are buried in 
Bunhill Fields, with Inscriptions on 
their Tombs and Gravestones, etc. 
Edited by J. A. Jones. Lond. 1849, 
120- 

List of Carthusians [Charterhouse] 1800 
to 1879. Edited bv W. D. Parish. 
Lewes, 1879. 8^- 

Burials in the Charter House, London. 
See Nichols' " Collect. Topog. et Gen- 
ealog," vol. iv. p. 308. 

A List of all the Scholars of Christ's 
Hospital sent to the Oxford or Cam- 
bridge Universities. Lond. 1885. 4°- 

Christ's Hospital List of University 
Exhibitioners, 1566—1885, by A. W. 
Lockhart. Second edition. Lond, 
1886. Privately printed. 

The City lioad Chapel, London. 
Monumental and Biographical Associa- 
tions, by George J. Stevenson. Lond. 
1872, 80- 

The Fleet registers ; comprising the 
.history of Fleet marriages and some 
account of the parsons and marriage- 
house keepers, by J. S. Burn. London, 
1833, 8«- [Tlie Chief ])art of tlie Fleet 
Registers are deposited in the Registrar 
General's Office, Somerset House, 
London.] 

The Fleet ; its River, Prison, and Marri- 
ages, by J. Ashton. Lond. 1888, 8«- 

Registrum eoruni qui sepeliuntur in 
Ecclesia et Capellis f rat rum minor ; 
London. Brit. Mus. Cott. MS. A^itel. 
F. xii, f. 273. 

Register of Sepulchral Inscriptions exist- 
ing temjy. Hen. VIII. in Grey Friars' 
Church, London. See Nichof s " Coll. 
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Lists of Admissions of the Court or 
College of Gray's Inn, 1521—1677. 
Arms of the Members in Colours. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 1912. 

Kegister of Admissions to Gray's Inn, 
1521 to 1881. See Collectanea Genea- 
logica^ vol. 1. by Joseph Foster. Lond. 
1882, 8°- 

The Eegister of Admissions to Gray's 
Inn, 1521—1889, together with the 
Kegister of Marriages in Gray's Inn 
Chapel, 1695—1754, by Jos Foster. 
Lond. 1889, 8«- 

Lives of the Professors of Gresham 
College, by John Ward. Lond. 1710, 
fol. 

An account of the monuments, etc. in the 
Guidhall, London. Lond. 1849, 8'^- 

A History of the Inns of Court and 
Chancery, including an account of the 
eminent men of the four learned and 
honourable societies, Lincoln's Inn, the 
Inner Temple, the Middle Temple, and 
Gray's Inn, etc., by R. R. Pearce. 
Lond. 1848, 8- 

The Inns of Court Calendar : a Record 
of the Members of the English Bar, 
their Inns of Court, dates of admission 
and call, with their academical degrees, 
appointments, etc., by Charles Shaw. 
Lond. 1877, 8«- 

Letter on the origin of the arms belong- 
ing to the two Honourable Societies of 
the Inner Temple ; the Pegasus and the 
Holy Lamb, by the Hon. Daines 
Barrington. See Arcliwologia. ix, 127. 

Students admitted to the Inner Temple, 
1571-1625. Edited bv W. H. Cooke. 
Lond. 1868. 8«- 

Students admitted to the Inner Temple, 
1547-1660. Edited by W. H. Cooke. 
Lond. 1878. 8"- 

Masters of the Bench of the Hon. Society 
of the Inner Temple, 1450-1883 ; and 
Masters of the Temple, 1540-1883. 
Lond. 1883. 8'>- Privately printed. 

A Register of the Scholars admitted into 
Merchant Taylors' School, from 1562 to 
1874. Compiled from.authentic sources 
and edited with Biographical notices, 
by the Rev. Charles J. Robinson. 2 
vols. 1882-3. 80- 
Names of all persons of noble blood buried 
in the Monastery of the Mimories. Brit. 
Mus. Lans. MS. 205, f. 21. 



The Roll of the Royal College of Physi- 
cians of London, 1518-1800. By William 
Munk. 2 vols. Lond. 1861. 8'^- Another 
edition, 1878. 8o- 
List of the Fellows, Members, etc. of the 
Royal College of Physicians. Printed 
by the Society, 1889. 
List of Fellows of the Royal Geographical 
Society. Printed by the Society, 1889. 
History of the Royal Institution, its 
Founders, and its first Professors, by 
Dr. Bence Jones. Lond. 1871. 8o- 
The Register of St. Antholin, Budge Row; 
and St. John Baptist on Wallbrook, Lon- 
don. Harleian Society. Lond. 1883. 8°- 
The Registers of St. Botolph, Bishopsgate, 
Transcribed bv the Rev. A. W. Cornelius 
Hallen. Lond. 1886, &c. S^- 
The Register Book of the Parish of St. 
Christopher le Stocks, in the City of 
London. Edited by Edwin Freshfield. 
Lond. 1882, 4P- 
The Registers of St. Dionis, Backchurch. 
Edited by Col. J. L. Chester. Harleian 
iSociety.' Lond. 1878. 8°- 
Divers matters relating to the City of 
London, or parish of St. Dunstan's in 
the West, by John Saunders, 1686. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 1472- 
Church Notes in St, Dunstan's in the 
West, London. See Nichol's " Coll. 
Top. et Gen." vol. iv. p. 96. 
Burials at St. Dunstan's-in-the-West, 
London. See Nichol's Collect. Topog. 
et Genealog." vol. iv. p. 116. 
Extracts from the Registers of St. 
Dunstan's-in-the-West, London. See 
Nichol's " Topographer," vol. v. pp. 
202, 365. 
The Marriage Registers of St. George, 
Hanover Square, London. Edited for 
the Harleian Society^ by John H. 
Chapman. 2 vols. Lond. 1886, &c. 8°- 
The Parish Registers of St. James', 
Clerk en well. Edited by Robt. Hoven- 
den. Harleian Society. 3 vols. Lond. 
1884-87, 80- 
Extracts from the Parish Registers of St. 
James's, Westminster. See " The Topo- 
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Edited bv John Gough Nichols. Lond. 
]85S. 8"-' 
The Register of St. Mary Aldermary, 
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Marriages at St. Mary le Strand, London, 
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Green stre(?t. " The New York Genea- 
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Weddings at St. Mary-le-Strand, London, 
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Pruyn and James Greenstreet. " The 
Genealogist," new series vols, iv & Y. 
Lond. 1887-88. 8«- 

The transcript of the Registers of the 
United Parishes of S. Mary Woolnoth, 
and S. Mary Woolchurch Haw, in the 
City of London, from 1538 to 1760. 
Edited by J. M. S. Brooke and A. W. 
C. Hallen. Lond. 1886. 8«- 

Registers of the Parish of St. Mary 
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Lond. 1886. 

The Register of St. Michael, Cornhill, 
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for the Harleian ^Society. Lond. 1882, 
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Inscriptions on the Mural Monuments 
and Tablets, Gravestones, and Tomb- 
stones, in the Church and Churchyard 
of the Parish of St. Michael, Crooked 
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Extracts from the Parish Registers of St. 
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Monumental Inscriptions in the Church 
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Drawings and copies of inscriptions of 
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by Charles Booth, 19th century. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 27,488. 

A Collection of curious and interesting 
Epitaphs, copied from the monuments 
of distinguished and noted characters in 
the Ancient Church and Burial Grounds 
of St. Pancras, Middlesex, by Frederick 
Teague Cansick. Lond. 1866. Ij^^- 

A collection of curious and interesting 
Epitaphs, copied from the existing 
monuments of distinguished and noted 
characters in the cemetries and churches 
of St. Pancras, Middlesex, by Frederick 
Teague Cansick. Lond. 1872, 4°- 



Dignitaries of St. Paul's Cathedral. See 
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Biographical Illustrations of St. Paul's 
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Epitaphs, Inscriptions, etc. in St. Paul's 
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Maynard 1716, and by Sir H. Ellis in 
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Monumenta Sepulchralia Sancti Pauli. 

The Monuments, etc., of Kings, Nobles, 

Bishops, and others buried in the 

Cathedral Church of St. Paul, London, 

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H. H. (Henry Holland.) Lond. 1614. 
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The monuments, inscriptions, and epitaphs 
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Paul ; together with the Foundation 
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etc., and the monuments continued 
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1633. 40- 

The Tombes, Monuments, and Sepulchral 
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1684. 4P- 

The monuments and genii of St. Paul's 
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The Admission Registers of St. Paul's 
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biographical notices, by Rev. Robt. B. 
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A Register of all the Christninges 
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The Register of St. Thomas Apostle, Lon- 
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A copy of the names of all the marri- 
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been solemnized in the Private Chapel of 
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1862, 4«- 

The history of the Knights Templars, the 
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Names of such as have been buried in the 
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Ashm. Lib. MS. 8576. 

The Monumental Effigies of the Temple 
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Dignitaries of Westminster Abbey. See 
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Westmonasterium ; or the History and 
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Deans of Westminster, from 1549 to 
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Deans and Prebendaries of Westminster, 
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Biographical Illustrations of Westminster 
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Eeges, Reginae, Nobiles, & alij in 
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Catalogue of the Kings, Queens, and 
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Mostyn Hall, Holywell. 
List of the Abbots, Bishops, and Deans of 
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Prebends installed since the Reforma- 
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in the several Chapels and parts adjoin- 
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several Inscriptions on their Monu- 
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John Buswell. 1755. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MS. 33,379. 
Notes of Monumental Inscriptions in 
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Cott. MS. Cleop. C. iii. ff. lb, 55, 67, 
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1682, 8»- 
The Antiquities of St. Peter's, or the 
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8*^- Fifth edition. 2 vols. Lond. 1742, 
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An account of the interment of celebrated 
persons in the vaults of Westminster 
Abbey, from 1705 to 1745, and also the 
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Brit. Mus. Stowe MS. 514. 
An account of some ancient monuments 
in Westminster Abbey, by Sir Joseph 
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Drawings of Monuments, etc., in West- 
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Epitaphs and Inscriptions in Westmins- 
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History of Westminster Abbey. 2 vols. 
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1825, fol. 

Monuments and Genii of St. Paul's and 
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The history and antiquities of Westmin- 
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their tombs, ancient monuments, and 
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Gleanings from Westminster Abbey, by 
Sir G. G. Scott. Oxf. and Lond. 1863, 8^- 

Burials in the Chapter House, Westmin- 
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Register of Baptisms, Marriages, and 
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The Marriage, Baptismal, and Burial 
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Edited and annotated by J. L. Chester. 
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The List of the Queen's Scholars of St. 
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Lists of Masters and Scholars of West- 
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Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 7025 ; Add. 
MS. 8872. 

Westminster School, Past and Present, by 
Frederick H. Forshall Lond. 1884. S^- 

Account of Inmates within the City of 
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Brit. Mus. Lans. MS. 35, art. 32. 

List of Members of Parliament for West- 
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London Magazine, 1772, p. 483. 

Poll Book for a Citizen for the City and 
Liberty of Wesminster, 1749, S*'-'^ 

Poll Book for electing two representatives 
in Parliament for the City and Liberty 
of Westminster, June, 1818, giving 
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nearly 11,000 voters. London, 1818, 8<'- 



MIDDLESEX. 

Visitation of Middlesex, 1572. Her. Coll. 

G. 16, G. 17. 
Visitation of Middlesex, 1634. Her. Coll. 

C. 28. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 1551. 
Visitation of Middlesex, 1663. Her. Coll. 

D. 17. 

The Visitation of Middlesex, 1663. from 
the MS. in the Heralds' College, D. 17. 
Edited by Joseph Foster. Privately 
printed, 1887. 

The Visitation of Middlesex, begun in the 
year 166B by William Ryley, and Henry 
Dethick. Privately printed by Sir 
Thomas Phillipps. " Salisbury, 1820. 
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Collections of Descents and Arms of the 
Gentlemen of Middlesex, by Samuel 
Waker, 1663. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
4964. 

Visitation of Middlesex, 1664. Brit. Mus. 
Harl. MSS. 1468 ; 1096. 

Pedigrees of London and Middlesex. Her. 
Coll. Vincent MS. 119. 

Arms and Crests from Cooke's Visitation 
of Middlesex. Her. Coll. Vincent MS. 
184. 

A Dissertation on the Armorial Ensigns 
of the County oj Middlesex, and of the 
Abbey and City of Westminster, bv 
Sir John Hawkins. Lond. 1780, 4P- ' 

Drawings of Arms in Mr. Horace Wal- 
pole's House at Strawberry Hill, in the 
parish of Twickenham, by the Rev. Wm. 
Cole, 1762. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
5841. 

A List of the Nobility and Gentry of the 
Counties of Middlesex, Essex, and Hert- 
ford, who have subscribed, and ordered 
their Coats of Arms to be inscribed on 
a New Map of those Counties, by John 
WarburtoD. Lond. 1722. 4«- 

London and Middlesex Illustrated : By a 
true and explicit Account of the Names, 
Residence, Genealogy, and Coat Armour 
of the Nobility, Principal Merchants, 
and other Eminent Families, all Blazon'd 
in their proper colours. By John War- 
burton. Lond. 1749, 8"- 

Church Notes in Middlesex, collected by 
the Rev. S. Lysons. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MSS. 9470, 9471. 

Church Notes in Middlesex. Her. Coll. 
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The Antiquities of Middlesex, being a 
collection of the several church monu- 
ments in that county, by John Bowack. 
Lond. 1705-6, fol. 

Epitaphs in the County Middlesex, A.D. 
1713. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 11,425. 

Coloured drawings of Arms and Monu- 
ments, with copies of Inscriptions in 
Churches in Middlesex, by D. Partes. 
Brit Mus. Add. MSS. 21,010 ; 21,011. 

Water-colour drawings of churches in 
Middlesex, interspersed with coats of 
arms, monumental brasses, and inscrip- 
tions, by Edw. John Carlos, 19th cen- 
tury. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 25,706. 

A Collection of Curious and Interesting 
Epitaphs, copied from the existing 
monuments of distinguished and noted 
characters in the churches and church- 
yards of Hornsey, Tottenham, Edmon- 
ton, Enfield, Friern Barnet and Hadley, 
Middlesex, with biographical notices 
and descriptions of Armorial Bearings, 
by Frederick Teague Cansick. Lond. 
1875, S''' 

Equitable and Necessary Considerations 
and Resolutions for Association of Arms, 
to be presented to the Gentry and 
Commonalty of Middlesex at their 
meeting at Nixhall, 1642. 

Lords of Manors in the County of 
Middlesex, 9 Edw. II. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 26,094. 

List of Freeholders in Middlesex, 1684. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 3790, f. 152. 

Middlesex County Kecords. Edited by 
John Cordy Jeaffreson for the Middlesex 
County Becord Society, vol. I. London, 
1886. 

Historical Notices of Enfield, containing 
also brief biographical Notices of 
Distinguished Persons who formerly 
resided in the Parish, by J. Tuff. 
Enfield, 1858, 8o- 

Coloured drawings of Coats of Arms, and 
copies of monumental inscriptions in 
Fulham Church, Co. Middlesex. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 5831. 

Miscellanea Genealogica, and Pedigrees 
of the families of liadclyffe, Mildmay, 
&c., &c. No. 4305. Tyssen Library, 
Hackney. 

Hackney Pedigrees, Churcl^ notes, wills, 
etc. 9 vols. Nos. 4313—21. Tyssen 
Library, Hackney. 



Rectors and Vicars of Hackney, with lists 
of Officers from 1581—1850. Nos. 
4235, 3211, and 4422. Tyssen Library, 
Hackney. 

Notes and extracts relating to Hackney 
people and families. No. 4107. Tyssen 
Library, Hackney. 

Armorial Bearings of Families connected 
with Hackney, with many Notes on 
their inter-marriages, etc. 14 vols. 
Nos. 3301-14. Tyssen Library, Hack- 
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Arms in Hackney Church, Co. Middlesex. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 5841, p. 146. 

Some Accounts of the Monuments in 
Hackney Church, by R. Simpson. 
Printed for private circulation, Guil- 
ford, 1881. 40- See also Nos. 1609 
and 4420, Tyssen Libr. Hackney. 

Monumental Inscriptions in the Church- 
yards of St. Augustine's, St. John's, 
and St. Thomas', Hackney. Nos. 4109, 
4110, 4241. Tyssen Library, Hackney. 

Memorials of St. John at Hackney, by R. 
Simpson. Guilford, 1882, 4P- 

Inscriptions from the New Gravel Pit 
(Unitarian) Churchyard, Paradise Place, 
Hackney, Middlesex. Lond. 1883. 8°- 
50 Copies privately printed. 

Registers and Calendars of Births, Chris- 
tenings, Marriages, and Burials in 
Hackney. Nos. 321 1 and 4108. Tyssen 
Library, Hackney. 

Registers of St. Thomas' Sq., Hackney. 
Nos. 1625, 1627 and 4236. Tyssen 
Library, Hackney. 

Registers of Marriage-licences from the 
Consistory Court, and of Baptisms, 
Marriages, and Burials from seven 
London churches, referring to Hackney 
and neighbourhood. No. 4227. Tyssen 
Library, Hackney. 

Marriage Licences to Inhabitants of 
Hackney, 1779-1863. 7 vols. Nos. 
3201-7. Tyssen Librarv, Hackney. 

Hackney Wills. 19 vols. " Nos. 4313-21 ; 
3319, 20 ; 4103-5 ; 4119 ; 3208 ; 
3421-3. Tyssen Lib. Hackney. 

Extracts from the Parish Registers of 
Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex. See 
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Sepulchral Brasses at Harrow-on-the-Hill, 
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Church Notes taken at Highgate. Brit. 

Mus. Add. MS. 7943. 
Arms and Inscriptions in the Parish 

Church of Hornsey, and Highgate 

Chapel, with extracts from Hornsey 

Parish Eegister, 1750. Brit. Mus. 

Add. MS. 5836. 
The Parish Eegisters of Staines, 1644- 

1694. Privately printed for Fred. A. 

Crisp. 1886. fol. 
Parish Register of Staines, 1653 to 1694. 

Brit. Mus. Eg. MS. 2004. 
Stanwell Church and its Monuments, by 

Alfred Heales. 
The Tournament of Tottenham. By 

Gilbert Pilkington. 1631. 
The Tournament of Tottenham, and the 

Feast, by Thos. Wright. London, 

1838, 4°- 

MONMOUTHSHIRE. 

County Families ^of Monmouthshire, by 
Thomas Nichols. London, 1875, 8o- 

Worthies of Monihouthshire. See Border 
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Treatise on the Barony of Abergavenny 
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Some account of the Ancient Monuments 
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Annals of Chepstow Castle, or six cen- 
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Conquest to the Revolution, edited by 
Sir John Maclean, containing the 
histories of the families of Fitz-Oshern^ 
Clare, Marshal, Bigod, Plantagenet, 
Manny, Hastings, Herbert, Tudor, 
Somerset, Cromivell, and Mowhray. 
Exeter, 1883, 4°- Privately printed. 

Extracts of Marriages from the Register 
of Tin tern Abbey, Co. Monmouth. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 6148, f. 16. 

NORFOLK. 

Heralds' Visitation of Norfolk, undated. 

Heralds' College. 
Visitation of Norfolk, 1503. Brit. Mus. 

MSS. Harl. 1174; 1177; 4755; 5189; 

6093; 6166; Add. 5522; 11,388; 

14,309 ; 19,816. Her. Coll. O. 1 ; H. 

3; Vincent, 123. Caius. Coll. 555. 

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MS. H. 17. Qu. Coll. MS. xc. Brit. 
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2230. 
Visitations of Norfolk, 1563, 1589. 1594 

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1154 ; 1552. 
Visitation of Norfolk, 1613. Brit. Mus. 

Harl. MS, 5823. Her. Coll. C. 15. 
Visitation of Norfolk, 1664, 1668. Her. 

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An index to the Visitation of Norfolk, 

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Edited by the Rev. C. H. Evelyn White. 

Ipswich, 1885, 4P- Only 150 copies 

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Descents and Arms of Norfolk Families, 

17th cent. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 1363. 
Pedigrees of Norfolk Families. Her. 

Coll. Phil. MSS. 33, P ; 34, P ; 35, 

P. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 4756. 
Notes of Pedigrees, Arms, Monuments, 

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Add. MS. 5522. 
Historical and Heraldical Collections 

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Robert Kemp. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 

901. 
Miscellaneous Heraldic, and other papers, 

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Add. MS. 27,967. 
Three Norfolk Armories. Edited by 

Walter Rye. Norwich, 1886, 8«- 
Alphabet of Arms of Families in Norfolk. 

Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 12,481. 
Arms of Norfolk Families. Brit. Mus. 

Harl. MS. 1101. 
Arms of Norfolk Families, by Bysshe. 

Her. Coll. MS. D. 21. 
Arms and Crests from Harvey's Visitation 

of 1563. Her. Coll. Vincent MS. 184. 
Quarterings of arms, in pen and ink, of 

Norfolk families and of English Peers, 

by Thomas Stirling, and C. Capon, 

1689 and 1692. Brit. Mus. Egerton 

MS. 2161. 
Arms, in trick, of Norfolk Families, 1706. 

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Arms and Crests of Norfolk Families, 18th 
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Arms of Norfolk, Suffolk, and Essex 
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Arms in Norwich Cathedral. No date, 8°- 

A brief Declaration of the arms in the 
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Collections made out of the several 
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G-entlemen's houses in those parts, 6y 
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Church Heraldry of Norfolk, giving 
Descriptions of all Coats of Arms in 
Norfolk Churches, with the Inscriptions 
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Farrer. Norwich, 1885, &c., 8^- In 
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Epitaphs from Churches in Norfolk. Brit. 
Mus. Harl. MS. 676^. 

Entry Book, with Funeral Escutcheons 
of Families in Norfolk, 1st Nov. 1686 
to 4th Aug. 1719. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 12,223. 

Monumental Inscriptions by Benjamin 
Mackerell, in sixty-two Churches in the 
Countv of Norfolk, 1743-1745. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 12,526. 

Sepulchral Monuments and Epitaphs in 
Churches in Norfolk, 1772. Brit. Mus. 
Eg. MS. 2583. 

The Monumental Inscriptions in the 
Hundred of Happing, Co. Norfolk, bv 
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Monumental Inscriptions in the Hundred 
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Walter N. Dew. Edited by Walter 
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Journal of Tours by Craven Ord in the 
counties of Norfolk and Suffolk, from 
1781 to 1797 ; illustrated with engrav- 
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Engravings of the most remarkable of the 
Sepulchral Brasses in Norfolk, by J. S. 
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Engravings of Sepulchral Brasses in Nor- 
folk and Suffolk by John Sell Cotman, 
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Turner. Second edition, 
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Norfolk Seals. Sigilla antiqua Norfol- 
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Topographical History of the County of 
Norfolk, by Francis Blomefield, 1805 
to 1807 ; with the continuation by 
Charles Parkin, 1807 to 1810 ; and 
with coloured drawings and engravings 
of arms, seals, etc., inserted and entered 
on the margins. Eleven volumes. Brit. 
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Index Nominum ; being an Index of 
Christian and Surnames (with arms) 
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Collection of drawings and engravings of 
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twenty-nine volumes. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MSS. 23,024-23,052. Additional draw- 
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Collectanea Thomse Cibbonsii, Arm., 
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Lords of Manors in the County of Norfolk, 
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Vicecomites Norfolcise ; or Lists of the 
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List of Sheriffs in Co. Norfolk, 1643-1663. 
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Lists from the Reformation to 1837, of 
Lord Lieutenants, Baronets, High 
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Knights made by Queen Elizabeth and 
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List of Norfolk Benefices, with the Names 
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Poll Book for the Election for the County 
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Poll Book for Knights of the Shire for 
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Poll Book for Two Knights of the Shire 
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A History, topographical, genealogical, 
and biographical, of the parishes of 
West and East Bradenham, Avith those 
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The Origin of Famil}' or Sur-names, with 
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The Ancient Begister of North Elmham, 
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Chronological Table of tlie Mayors of 
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The Parish Begisters of Afarsham, Norfolk, 
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The History of the Cathedral Church of 
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Tombs and Monuments in Norwich 
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Browne's Bepertorium, or some Account 
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The ancient Sculptures in the . Boof of 
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Catalogue of the Priors, Deans, Chan- 
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The Monumental Inscriptions, fenestral 
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List of the Mayors and Sheriffs of Norwich. 
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Calendar of Norwich Freemen, from 1317 
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The First Book (1538—1707) of the 
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Discipline of the Walloon Church at 
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The Walloons and their Church at 
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History of the Beligious Orders and 
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Poll Book for the Election for Norwich, 
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Poll Book for the City and County of 
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Sepulchral inscriptions with drawings of 
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Monumental inscriptions in the church of 
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Sepulchral Reminiscences of a market 
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Poll Book for the Borough of Great 
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NORTHAMPTONSHIRE. 

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Visitation of Northamptonshire, 1574, 
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Visitation of Northamptonshire, 1617. 
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Visitation of Northamptonshire, 1618. 
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The Visitations of Northamptonshire made 
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Visitation of Northamptonshire, 1618, 19. 
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Visitation of Northamptonshire, 1681. 
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Pedigrees and Arms of Northamptonshire 
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" MS. Baronagium Anglise ; " a book of 
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Pedigrees of Northamptonshire Families 
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114. Qu. Coll. Oxf. MS. Ixxiv. art. 2. 

Arms and Pedigrees of Northamptonshire 
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Arms and pedigrees of Northamptonshire, 
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Genealogical Notes of some Families 
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Arms and Crests from Harvey's Visitation 
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Arms, in trick, of Northamptonshire 
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Copies of Records in the Tower, etc., 
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The History and Antiquities of North- 
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Coloured drawings of Monuments, Brasses, 
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Monumental Inscriptions in Churches in 
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Church Notes in Northamptonshire, by 
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Church Notes in Northamptonshire. Her. 
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Epitaphs in the County of Northampton, 
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Sepulchral Memorials, consisting of en- 
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An endeavour to classify the Sepulchral 
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Recumbent Effigies in Northamptonshire, 
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On the Mediaeval Sepulchral Antiquities 
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Remarks on the Discovery of the Ancient 
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26,095. 

List of the Sheriffs of Northamptonshire, 
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List of Sheriffs in Northamptonshire, 
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Names of Justices of the Peace in Co. 
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Pedigrees from the Heraldic Visitation of 
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Arms and Pedigrees of Northumberland 
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Arms of Northumberland Families. Caius. 
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Arms of Northumberland Gentry, by 
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Cei'taine very rare observations of North- 
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List of Freeholders in Northumberland, 
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A Collection of Armorial Bearings, 
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Collection of the coats of arms, monumental 
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Poll Book of the Election for Newcastle, 

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Her. Coll. C. 34. 
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Pedigrees of Nottinghamshire Families, 

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854. 
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Arms of Nottinghamshire Families, 16th 
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Arms from the Visitation of 1614. Brit. 
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Arms, in trick, of Nottinghamshire 
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Arms of Families in Annesley, Titheby, 
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A Collection of Monuments in Notting- 
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Tombstone Inscriptions in Nottingham- 
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Observations illustrative of the Accounts 
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A List of the High Sheriffs of Notting- 
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List of the Sheriffs of Nottinghamshire, 
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The lost certificates of Knights' Fees for 
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Lives of Nottinghamshire Worthies and 
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List of Freeholders in Nottinghamshire, 
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A Copy of the Poll taken for the County 
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Mommiental Inscriptions in Edwalton 
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A Catalogue of the Earles of this Towne 
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OXFORDSHIRE. 

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MS. 12,470. 
Visitation of Oxfordshire, 1566. Brit. 

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Her. Coll. G. 5 ; H. 9 ; Phil. 49 P. 
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538. 
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Privately printed by Sir Thomas 
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The Visitations of the County of Oxford 
in 15(36, 1574, and 1634. Edited and 
annotated by W. H. Turner, Harleian 
Society, vol! v. Lond. 1871, 4o- 

Visitation of Oxfordshire ; with Arms 
and Pedigrees of Oxfordshire families. 
Apparently a transcript of Philipot's 
Visitation of 1634-5. Stowe MS. 773. 
Brit. Mus. 

Arms and Pedigrees of Oxfordshire fami- 
lies. The latest descent is dated 1634. 
Stowe MS. 772. Brit. Mus. 

Pedigrees and Arms of Oxfordshire Fami- 
lies, 1665. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 3966. 

Pedigrees and Arms of Oxfordshire Fami- 
lies. Her. Coll. Phil. MSS. 15, P ; 
36, P. 

Oxfordshire Pedigrees. Edited by Sir 
Thos. Phillipps. Evesham, 1825, fol. 
Privately Printed. 

Arms and descents of Oxfordshire Fami- 
lies, with a table of 111 names. 16th 
century. MS. Crowcombe Court, Co. 
Somerset. 

Arms and Crests from Harvey's Visitation 
of 1566. Her. Coll. Vincent MS. 
184. 

Arms of Oxfordshire Families from the 
Visitation, bv Bysshe, 1668. Her. 
Coll. MS. J). 25. Brit. Mus. Harl. 
MS. 1405. 

Arms, etc. taken at a Visitation of the 
County of Oxford, 17th century. MS. 
No. 120. Ettington Hall, Co. Warwick. 

Coats of Arms in Churches and Gentle- 
men's Seats in Oxfordshire, by Gr. Lee, 
Ashm. Lib. Wood MS. 8505. 

Monumental Inscriptions in Oxfordshire. 
Ashm. Lib. Wood MS. 8586. Brit. 
Mus. Harl. MS. 4170. 

Church Notes in Oxfordshire. Her. Coll. 
Vincent MS. 192, w. 

Collection of Epitaphs and Arms in most 
of the Churches in Oxfordshire. Ashm. 
Lib. Wood MS. 8505. 



1 



Oxfordshire Church Notes, transcribed 
from the papers of Ant. a Wood, by 
the Pev. John Gutch. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 6033. 

Monumental Inscriptions from the MSS. 
of Anthonv a Wood, Dr. Hutton, and 
Mr. Hinton, by Sir Thos. Phillipps. 
Evesham, 1825, fol. 

Names and Arms of the Ancient Knights 
of the County of Oxford. See Anti- 
quarian Repertory, vol. i. p. 101. 

Lords of Manors in the County of Oxford, 
9 Edw. II. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
26,096. 

Lords Lieutenant and High Sheriffs of 
Oxfordshire, 1086-1868, with bio- 
graphies of the most celebrated, by 
John M. Davenport. Oxford, 1868. 
§0. Privately printed. 

Names of Freeholders in the Counties of 
Oxford, etc. A.D, 1561. Brit. Mus. 
Lans. MS. 5. 

Names of Gentry in Oxfordshire summoned 
to compound for not being made 
Knights, A.D. 1630. Ashm. Lib. 
Wood MS. 8495, f. 58. 

Chipping-Norton Kegister, Co. Oxford, 
1560-1686. Privately printed by Sir 
Thomas Phillipps, Bart. 

An Index to the Registers of Baptisms, 
Marriages and Burials in the Parish of 
Ducklington, by William Dunn Macray. 
Oxford, 1880. 80- [Published by 
the North Oxfordshire Archaeological 
Society.] 

Parochial History of Enstone, Oxfordshire ; 
Manorial Records, Parish Registers, 
etc., by the Rev. J. Jordan. 1857, 
8°- 

Catalogue of Mayors and Bailiffs of 
Oxford till 2 Charles I. Ashm. Lib. 
Wood MS. 8502.— till 1695. Ibid. 
8523. 

Historical Collections : or a brief account 
of the two Parliaments held at West- 
minster and Oxford, with exact lists of 
the Members of each Parliament. Lond. 
1865, 80- 

An Account of the Nobility and Gentry 
buried in and about Oxford. Ashm. 
Lib. Wood MS. 8466. 

Monumental Inscriptions in Oxford. See 
Wood's "History of Oxford.'* 1773, 
4p. 



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Memoir on Monuments in Oxford 
Cathedral, hj M. H. Bloxam. See 
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1852, 80- 

Sepulchral Monuments in Oxford Cathe- 
dral, by Matthew Holbeche. See 
Proceedings of the Archaeological 
Institute of Great Britain, held at 
Oxford, 1850. Lond. 1854, 8«- 

Notes of Epitaphs, Arms, etc., in various 
Churches and Colleges at Oxford, 1656 
—1661. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 11,610. 

Collections out of the Eegisters of all the 
Parishes in Oxford, by Antony a Wood, 
from about 1538 till 1677. Ashm. Lib. 
Wood MS. 8524. 

Visitation of the University of Oxford. 
Ashmolean Museum, Wood MS. 852. 

Register of the University of Oxford. 
Edited by Rev. C. W. Boase and 
Andrew Clark, from 1449. Printed 
for the Oxford Historical Society. 
Oxford, 1885, &c. 8«- 

Register of the Visitors of the University 
of Oxford, 1647—1658. Edited by 
Montagu Burrows. Camden Society. 
Lond. 1881, 4«- 

The Arms of the several Colleges of 
Oxford. Brit. Mus. Lans. MS. 883, 
f. 118. 

The Arms of the Colleges of Oxford. By 
H. Shaw. With historical notices of 
the Colleges by John W. Burgon. 
Oxford, 1855-56* 4«- 

Arms of the Colleges of Oxford, 
[coloured.] London, single sheet. 

Description of both the Universities of 
Cambridge and Oxford, with their 
arms, and the arms of every college of 
both of them, with the first founders 
and principal benefactors to those 
Universities, by A. Lewis. The arms 
are coloured. Ettington Hall, Co. 
Warwick. 

Alumni Oxonienses, 1500-1714. Edited 
by Joseph Foster. Lond. 1889, 4'^- 

Alumni Oxonienses : The members of the 
University of Oxford, 1715-1886: 
Their parentage, birthplace, etc., by 
Joseph Foster. 4 vols. London, 1887, 
&c. 4«- 

Athena? Oxonienses. An exact History 

i of all the Writers and Bishops who 

\ have had their education* in the 

University of Oxford, to which are 



added the Fasti, or Annals of the said 
University, by Anthony a Wood. 2 
vols. London, 1721. 4o- A new edition 
with additions, etc. by Philip Bliss. 4 
vols. London, 1813-20. 4o- 
The History and Antiquities of the 
University of Oxford, by Anthony 
a Wood, edited by Dr. Gutch. Oxford, 
1786. 4« Appendix, 1790. New 

edition, 2 vols. Oxford, 1792-1796. 

40. 

Lists of the Chief Officers in the Univer- 
sity of Oxford. See Le Neve's " Fasti," 
new edition by T. D. Hardy. 3 vols. 
Oxford, 1854, 8°- 

Lists of the Chancellors, High Stewards, 
Burgesses, Vice-Chancellors, Proctors, 
etc, of the University of Oxford, 1749. 
See Pointer's " Oxoniensis Academia.'^ 

List of Chancellors of Oxford, from 1505 
to 1641. Univ. Coll. Oxf. MS. cxxviii. 
ff. 5, 6. 

List of the Heads of Colleges in Oxford, 
from the earliest times to 1810. See 
Chalmers' " History of the University 
of Oxford," p. 475. 

List of Doctors, Masters, Proctors, etc. 
of the University of Oxford, from 
1563 to 1628. Univ. Coll. Oxf. MS. 
cxxviii. f. 21. 

Names of all the Doctors and Masters of 
Arts in everv College in Oxford, 1616. 
Ashm. Lib. Wood MS. 8587, f . iii. 

Admissions to Degrees at Oxford, from 
1505 to 1690. Ashm. Lib. Wood MSS. 
8506-8511. 

Oxford Matriculations, 1581-1886. By 
Col. Chester and Joseph Foster. In 
progress, 1889. 

Names of all the Fellows, Scholars, and 
Commoners of every College or Hall in 
Oxford from 1540 to 1690. Ashm. 
Lib. Wood MSS. 8475, 8510, 8511, 
8512. 

A Catalogue of all Graduates in Divinity, 
Law, and Physick, etc. in the Univer- 
sity of Oxford, 1659 to 1726. To 
which are added, the Proceeders, the 
Chancellors, etc. ; also the Parliament 
Men for the said University, from 1603 
to 1727. Oxford, 1727, S^- 

The University of Oxford Calendar. [This 
Calendar was commenced in 1810, and 
has been continued annually to the 
present time, 1889.] 



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Worthies of All Souls, Four Centuries of 
English History, illustrated from the 
Archives of the College, by Montagu 
Burrows. Lond. 1874, S^- 

Catalogue of the Fellows and Masters of 
Baliol College, Oxford, from 1502 to 
1642. Ashm. Lib. Wood MS. 8490, f. 
53. 

Names of Fellows of Brazen-Nose College, 
from 1538 till 1555. Ashm. Lib. Wood 
MS. 8490, ff. 162, 165. 

Lists of Persons of Christ Church College, 
Oxford, from 1547 to 1735, Ashm. 
Lib. Wood MSS. 8490 ; 8541 ; 8542. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 7025, f. 120. 

Register of the Kectors and Fellows, 
Scholars, Exhibitioners and Bible Clerks 
of Exeter College, Oxford, with illus- 
trative documents, and a History of the 
College, by the Rev. Charles William 
Boase. Oxford, 1879, 4'^- 

Memorials of Merton College, Oxford, by 
Geo. C. Brodrick. Printed for the 
Oxford Historical Society. Oxford, 
1886, 8'>- 

Catalogue of the Fellows of Lincoln 
College, Oxford, from 1436 till 1681. 
Ashm. Lib. Wood MS. 8490, f. 133. 

List of Persons of Oriel College, Oxford, 
ad ann. 1665, Ashm. Lib. Wood MS. 
8490, f. 63. 

Names of Persons of Pembroke College, 
Oxford, who were Officers in the Army 
of Charles I. Ashm. Lib. Wood MS. 
8490, f. 242. 

Catalogue of Fellows of Queen's College, 
Oxford, for forty years after the 
Foundation. Ashm. Lib. Wood MS. 
8490, f. 96. 

Names of the Scholars of St. Edmund's 
Hall, Oxford, from 1573 till 1693. 
Ashm. Lib. Wood MS. 8490, f. 267. 

Catalogue of Fellows of St. John's College, 
Oxford, till 1617. Ashm. Lib. Wood 
MS. 8490, f. 204. 

A Register of the Presidents, Fellows, 
Demies, Instructors in Grammar and in 
Music, Chaplains, Clerks, Choristers, 
and other Members of S. Mary Magdalen 
College, Oxford, from the Povindation 
to the present time, by J. R. Bloxam. 8 
vols. Oxford, 1853—85, 8« 

Notes from the Muniments of St. Mary 
Magdalen College, Oxford, from the 
twelfth to the seventeenth century, by 



Wm. Dunn Macray. Oxf . and Lond. ^ 
1882, 8"- 

Catalogue of Persons of Trinity College, 
Oxford, ad ann. 1600. Ashm. Lib. 
Wood MS. 8490, f. 172. 

Names of Persons of University College, 
Oxford, from 1381 to 1654. Ashm. 
Lib. Wood MS. 8490. 

Catalogue of Persons of Wadham College, 
Oxford, from 1615 to 1713. Ashm. 
Lib. Wood MS. 8490, if. 225, 240. 

The Registers of Wadham College, Oxford. 
Edited by Rev. R. B. G-ardiner. In 
progress, 1889. 

The History, Description and Antiquities 
of the Prebendal Church of Thame, 
including a transcript of all the monu- 
mental inscriptions remaining therein ; 
extracts from the registers, together 
with divers original pedigrees, genealo- 
gical notes, etc., by the Rev. Fred. Geo. 
Lee. London, 1883, fol. [The pedigrees 
in this work are of the families of 
Ballowe, Beke, Belson, Bertie, Blancks, 
Borrows, Borough, Cave, Gierke, 
Cottrell, Cozens, Cromwell alias 
Williams alias Smythe, Crosse, Deane, 
Dormer, Griffin, Hedges, Herbert, King, 
Kipling, Knollys, Lee, Lupton, Mande- 
ville, Norreys, Patten, Pettie, or Petty, 
Phillips, Quartermain, Reynolds, Rose, 
Stone, Talbot, Wakeman, Walpole, 
Warner, Way, Wenman, Williams, and 
Wykeman.] 

Heraldic Notices of Yarnton Church, Co. 
Oxiord, tvithjylates of arms. 1844. 8^- 

RUTLANDSHIRE. 

Visitation of Rutlandshire, 1618. Brit. 

Mus Harl. MSS. 1094, 1558. Her. 

Coll. C. 14; Vincent, 132. 
The Visitation of the County of Rutland, 

in the year 1618-19. taken by W. 

Camden. Edited by E. J. Armytage, 

Sarleian Societi/. vol iii. Lond. 1870. 

8«' 
Visitation of Rutlandshire, 1634. Brit. 

Mus. Harl. MS. 5828. 
Arms and pedigrees of Rutlandshire, &c. 

families, 1654. Stowe MS. 644. Brit. 

Mus. 
Lords of Manors in co. Rutland, 9 Edw. 

II. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 26,096. 
Sheriffs of Rutland to 1788. See Wright's 

" History of Rutland." 



English Counties. 



I J oils of Justices of the Peace, Coroners, 

etc. for the County of Rutland. Brit. 

Mus. Lans. MS. 54, art. 75 ; Add. 

Charter 873. 
Obituary and Records from the Counties 

of Lincoln, Rutland, &c., 1800-1859, 

by Justin Simpson. Stamford, 1861. 

8«- 
Church Notes in Rutlandshire. Her. 

Coll. Vincent MS. 197, C. 
Extracts from the Parish Register of 

Whissendine, co. Rutland, 1637-1781. 

"The Genealogist," vol. vii. Lond. 

1883, 8«- 

SHROPSHIRE. 

Visitation of Shropshire, undated. Heralds' 
College. 

Visitation of Shropshire, 1569. Brit. Mus. 
Harl. MS. 615. Her. Coll. G. 9. 

Visitation of Shropshire, 1584. Her. 
Coll. Vine. MS. 115 ; D 10. 

Pedigrees of the Grentry of Shropshire, by 
Thomas Knight, 1584. Brit. Mus. 
Harl. MS. 1161. 

Visitation of Shropshire, 1584, enlarged 
to 1620. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 1241. 

Visitation of Shropshire, 1591. Brit. Mus. 
Harl. MS. 2163. 

Visitation of Shropshire, 1592-1666. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 6172. 

The Visitation of Shropshire made and 
taken by Robert Treswell, Somerset, 
and Agustine Vincent, Rougecroix, 
Officers of Arms, Marshalls and 
Deputies of William Camden Esq. 
Clarencieux King-of-Arms in 1623, 
together with the visitation made by 
Richard Lee, Portcullis, Marshall and 
Deputie to Robert Cooke, Clarencieux 
King-of-Arms A.D. 1584, with other 
collections by me, John Withie. Stowe 
MS. 778. Brit. Mus. 

Visitation of Shropshire. 1623. Brit. Mus. 
Harl. MSS. 1057, 1112, 1472, 1982. 
Her. Coll. C. 28; Vincent, 134. Caius 
Coll. 533. Shrewsbury School Library 
MS. 

Visitation of Shropshire, 1584 and 1623. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 1396. 

Pedigrees and Arms of Shropshire Families, 
from the Visitations of 1584 and 1623, 
with additions. Brit. Mus. ^dd. MS. 
14,314, 



Pedigrees of Shropshire Families, from the 
Visitation of 1623, with many important 
additions. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 
1988. 

The Visitation of Shropshire in 1623. by 
Robert Tresswell and Aug. Vincent, 
with additions from the pedigrees of 
Shropshire Gentry in 1569 and 1584 
and other sources. Edited by Geo. 
Grazebrook and John P. Rylands. 
Harleian Society. Two parts. Lond. 
1889. 8«- 

The Heralds' Visitation of Shropshire in 
the years 1584, 1623, and 1637. MS. 
XL Walton Hall, York. 

Index to a manuscript volume of Shrop- 
shire Visitations, probably that collected . 
by John Gough, in 1642. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MS. 14,323. 

Visitation of Shropshire, 1663. Her. Coll. 
C. 35. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 2119. 

The Names and Arms, in trick, of the 
Gentry of Shropshire as they are 
entered in theVisitationof that County, 
made in anno 1663, by Isaac Richardson. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 21,025. 

Genealogical Collections for Shropshire, 
1662 and 1668. Ashm. Lib. MS. 
854. 

Visitation and heraldic collections for 
Shropshire, 16th cent. Brit. Mus. 
Harl. MSS. 5178, 5179. 

Collections from the Visitation of Shrop- 
shire, 16th century. Qu. Coll. Oxf. 
MS. cxvii, f. 80. 

A Visitation by y® Heralds in Com. 
Salop, 18th century. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 30,330, f. 61. b. 

Descents and Arms of Shropshire, &c. 
families, by Randle Holme. Brit. Mus. 
Harl. MS. 1984. 

Pedigrees of Shropshire Families, chiefly 
of Welsh Descent. Brit. Mus. Harl. 
MS. 1157. 

Pedigrees of Families of Wales and 
Shropshire. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 
6153. 

Challoner's Collection of Shropshire Pedi- 
grees. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 2163. 

Pedigrees of Shropshire Families. Her. 
Coll. Phil. MSS. 37. P : 48, P; 50, P. 

Pedigrees and arms of Shropshire Families. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MSS. 5848, 7510. 

Arms of Shropshire Families. Stowe 
MSS. 774, 776. Brit. Mus. 



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English Cor^TiEs. 



Arms and Pedigrees of Shropshire Fami- 
lies, ascribed to Kichard Chandles, 17th 
century. Brit. Mus. Add. MSS, 
21,017; 28,616. 

Shropshire Arms and Lineages : compiled 
from the Heralds' Visitations and 
ancient MSS. By F. W. Kittermaster. 
Lond. 1869-, 8«- 

Arms, in trick, of Shropshire Families, 
1706. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 21,008. 

The Armorial Bearings of Several Fami- 
lies which are at present, or have been 
in times past connected with Shrop- 
shire. [By the Rev. W. G. Rowlands.] 
Shrewsbury, 1834, 4°- Privately 
printed. 

The County Seats of Shropshire. Giving 
a full and authoritative description of 
the principal Mansions, their Family 
History, Armorial Bearings, etc. In 
progress, 1887. 

Ecclesiastical Notes, with Illustrations of 
upwards of DCCCC armorial bearings 
of the Lords of Manors, Patrons of 
livings. Ministers and Proprietors, by 
T. F. Dukes, 19th century. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MS. 21,018. 

Church Notes in Shropshire, taken 1584. 
Her. Coll. Vincent MS. 195, P. 

Arms and Inscriptions in Churches, etc. 
in Shropshire, by Mr. Ashmole, 1663. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 30,331. 

Coloured drawings of Monuments and 
Inscriptions, from Churches and Chapels 
in Shropshire, by the Rev. Edward 
Williams, 1792-1803. Two volumes, 
large folio. Brit. Mus. Add. MSS. 
21,236; 21,237. 

Coloured drawings of Arms and Monu- 
ments, with copies of Inscriptions in 
Churches in Shropshire, by D. Parkes. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MSS. 21,010 to 
21,016. 

Coloured drawings of Churches, Monu- 
mental Inscriptions, Arms, etc. chiefly 
within the County of Salop, by D. 
Parkes, 1806-1831. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MSS. 21,180 ; 21,181. 

The Regester Booke of Funeralls in the 
countyes of Shropshire, etc. began A.D. 
1600, by William Segar. [This MS. 
contains the Arms emblasoned of the 
persons buried, and particulars relating 
to themselves and their families.] Brit. 
Mus. Lans. MS. 879. 



The Register Book of Funerals in North 
Wales, Shropshire, etc., begun 28 May, 
1606. Brit. Mus. Hari. MS. 2041. 

Collections relating to co. Salop, made 
in the 18th century, by Wm. Mytton 
and Edw. Lloyd, Brit. Mus. Add. 
MSS, 30,311-30,331. 

Lords of Manors in co. Salop, 9 Edw. II. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 26,096. 

The Sheriffs of Shropshire, with their 
Amorial Bearings ; and Notices, Genea- 
logical and Biographical, of their Fami- 
lies. By Rev. John Brickdale, Blake- 
way. Shrewsbury, 1831, fol. 

A Catalogue of the Sheriffs of Shropshire 
and Members of Parliament for that 
County, and of the Boroughs of 
Shrewsbury, Bridgenorth, Ludlow, Bis- 
hop's Castle, and Much Wenlock, gen- 
erally to the reign of George IV., by 
William Hardwicke. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 28,730. 

Border Counties Worthies, by E. G. 
Salisbury. 2nd series. London, 1880, 
12«- 

Copy of the Parish Register of Alvelev, 
Co. Salop; 1636—1812. Brit. Mus. 
Add. M6. 28,737. 

On Baschurch, County of Salop, and its 
Registers, with the pedigrees of the 
families of Clive and Bather, by the 
Rev. W. A. Leighton. See " The 
Reliquary," vol. vi. Lond. 1866, S''- 

Copy of the Parish Register of Bobbington, 
Co. Salop; 1662—1812. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MS. 28,738. 

List of the Bailiffs of Bridgnorth, Co. 
Salop, compiled by William Hardwicke, 
1814. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 28,731. 

Copy of the Parish Register of St. 
Leonard's, Bridgnorth, Co. Salop ; 
1636—1812. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
28,735. 

Copy of the Parish Register of St. Mary 
Magdalen, Bridgnorth, Co. Salop ; 
1662—1812. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
28,736. 

The Parish Registers of Broselv. Edited 
by Alf. F. C. C. Langley.*'l889, &c , 

An Account of the Manor of Claverley and 
its Lords through a long series of ages 
down to the present time, 1824, by 
William Harwicke. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 29,245. 



English CorxTiES. 



177 



Copy of the Parish Register of Claverley, 
Co. Salop; 1636—1812. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MS. 28,739. 

Human Nature displayed in the History, 
Antiquities and Memoirs of Myddle, 
by Kichard Gough, 1834. Sir Thomas 
Phillipps remarks : — " This is one of the 
most extraordinary topographical and 
genealogical works ever written." Pri- 
vately printed by Sir Thos. Phillipps, fol. 

Copy of the Parish Register of Quatford, 
Co. Salop; 1636-1811. Brit. Mus 
Add. MS. 28,740. 

On the Norman Earls of Shrewsbury, by 
James Robinson Plan che Esq., Rouge- 
Croix. See " Collectanea Archseologica," 
vol. i. Lond. 1861. 4''- 

Catalogue of the Bailiffs of Shrewsbury, 
from 1372 to 1614. Pub. Lib. Camb. 
MS. Dd. iv. 38. 

Lists of the Mayors, Sheriffs, and Bailiffs 
of the Town of Shrewsbury, from 1732 
to 1741 ; accompanied by heraldic and 
historical notices. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 21,024. 

Etchings of the Church. Monuments, etc. 
of Tong, Salop. By S. F. Every. Lond. 
1841. fol. 

Extracts from Court-Rolls of the Manors 
of Worfield, Claverley, etc., with 
notices of -the families of Hardwick, 
Perton, Ferrers, Overton, Farncote, 
Rogers, Brooke, Morse, Bruyn, Pitch- 
ford, and Lee, by Edward Hardwicke. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 29,245. 

SOMERSETSHIRE. 

Visitation, with Arms and Pedigrees of 
Somersetshire, &c. families, by Tho. 
Benholt. Stowe MS. 649. Brit. Mus. 

Visitation of Somersetshire. 1531. Her. 
Coll. D. 13, H. 18. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MSS. 12,479; 14,315. Ashmole. Lib. 
MS. 

Visitation of Somersetshire, 1573. Brit. 
Mus. MSS. Harl. 1385; Add. ;. 2,477, 
17,065. Her. Coll. Vincent, 141, 147; 
F. 7; E.D.N. 6. 

Visitation of Somersetshire, 1573, 1591, 

■ 1635. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 1559. 

The Visitations of the County of Somerset 
in the years 1531 and 1573. Together 
with additional Pedigrees, (jjiiefly from 
the Visitation of 1591. Edited by F. 
W. Weaver. Exeter, 1885, S^- 



Visitation of Somersetshire, 1591. Her 
Coll. G. 19. 

Visitation of Somersetshire, 1633. Brit. 
Mus. Harl. MSS. 1141, 1145, 1445. 
Her. Coll. C. 22. Caius Coll. 540. 

Visitation of Somersetshire, 1623, with 
additions from earlier Visitations and 
Continuations by R. Mundy. Privately 
printed by Sir Thos. Phillipps. Typis 
Medio-Montanis, 1838-42. fol. 

The Visitation of the County of Somerset 
in the year 1623. Edited by F. T. 
Colby. Harleian iSociety^ vol. xi. 
Lond. 1876, 8o- 

Copy of the Warrant to the Heralds 
requiring them to warn all Esquires 
and Grentlemen to appear before them 
at their Visitation, 1623. Brit. Mus. 
Harl. MS. 1196 f. 144. 

List of those who were disclaimed in the 
County of Somerset, 1623. Brit. Mus. 
Harl. MS. 1538, f . 310. 

Arms from the Visitation of Somersetshire, 
1623. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 1482. 

Pedigrees of Somersetshire Families. Qu. 
Coll. Oxford. MS. cxxxi. Her. Coll. 
Phil. MSS. 37, L ; 38, P ; 48, P ; 50, P. 

Collection of pedigrees of Somersetshire 
families, in the possession of Sir Alex- 
ander Acland-Hood, Bart., at St. 
Andries, Co. Somerset. 

Somersetshire pedigrees, penes Jo. Anstis, 
Garter, Oct. 1737. The book compiled 
1636 ; copied 1737 by me. P. In the 
possession of the Earl of Egmont, at 
St. James' Place. 

Arms and Pedigrees of Somersetshire 
families, of the reigns of James 1. and 
Charles II. Stowe MS. 779. Brit. Mus. 

Arms of Somersetshire Families, by 
Bysshe, 1672. Her. Coll. MS. D. 27. 

Arms, in trick, of Somersetshire families, 
1706. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 21,008. 

Accounts of some of the Sejiulchral and 
Incised Slabs of North-West Somerset- 
shire, by R. W. Paul. 1882. fol. 

An Historical and Descriptive Account of 
the Old Stone Crosses of Somerset, by 
Charles Pooley. London, 1877. 8«- 

Lords of Manors in co. Somerset, 9 Edw. 
II. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 26,097. 

Lists of the names of Knights, Sheriffs, 
Members of Parliament, etc. for the 
County of Somerset, see Collinson's 
History, vol. I. Bath, 1791, 4o- 



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English Coitnttes. 






Somersetshire Worthies, with copies of the 
inscriptions engraved on the sculptured 
memorials of Pjm, Locke, Blake, Ken, 
Young, Speke, and Byam, in the Shire- 
Hall, Taunton, by Robt. A. Kinglake. 
Lond. 1867, S^- 

Somerset Incumbents. From the Hugo 
MSS. 30,279; 80,280 in the British 
Museum. Edited by Fred. Wm. 
Weaver. Bristol, 1889, 4i°- 

A Tour in quest of Genealogies in Somer- 
setshire, etc., by a Barrister [H. Jones]. 
Lond. 1811, 8"- 

Catalogue of the Bishops of Bath and 
Wells, by Francis Godwin, see Duo 
rerum Anglicaruon Scriptores veteres, 
etc., by T. Otterbourne. Oxon. 1732, 
80- 

Lives of the Bishops of Bath and Wells, 
from the earliest times, by the Bev. S. 

' H. Cassan. Lond. 1829, 8'^- 

Extracts of Burials from the Registers of 
Bath Abbey. See The Genealogist, 
new series vol. vi. Lond. 1890, 8«- 

Dunster and its Lords, by H. C. Maxwell 
Lyte, Esq. See the Arcliceological 
Journal, xxxvii. Lond. 1880, 8°- 

Memoranda, Historical, and Genealogical, 
relating to the Parish of Kelston, in the 
County of Somerset, by F. J. Poynton. 
Privately printed, 1878-9, 4"- 

History and Antiquities of Nailsea Court, 
Co. Somerset, with Genealogical Notes, 
by the Rev. Frederick Brown. See the 
Journal of the British Archceological 
Association, xxxii, 370. Lond. 1876, 8'^- 

Descriptions of the Monuments and 
Effigies in Porlock Church, Somerset, 
with pedigrees of Courtenay, Bonville, 
and Lady Jane Grey, by Maria Halli- 
day. Torquay, 1882, 8^- A Supplement 
to the above work by B. W. Greenfield, 
containing pedigrees of Sir Nigel 
Loryng, and Hylle of Spaxton, with 
References, Wills, etc. Privately 
printed by Halliday of Glenthorne. 

STAFFORDSHIRE. 

The Visitation of Staffordshire, arms in 
trick and pedigrees ; and copies of seals 
from Charters, 16th century. MS. in 
the possession of Lord Hatherton. 
Teddesley, Co. Stafford. 

Visitation of Staffordshire, 1530, 1. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 12,479. 



Brit. 



Brit. 



Visitation of Staffordshire, 1563. 

Mus. Harl. MS. 2145. 
Visitation of Staffordshire, 1566. 
Mus. Harl. MS. 886. 

Visitation of Staffordshire, before 1583. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 2113. 

Visitation of Staffordshire, by Robt. 
Glover, 1583. MiS. belonging to Lord 
Bagot, Blithefield, Co. Stafford. MS. 
Baginton Hall, Co. Warwick. Mas'. 
belonging to Lord Braye, Stanford 
Hall. Qu. Coll. MSS. cvi, cxi. Bodl. 
Lib. Gough and Dodsworth MSS. Her. 
ColL Vine. MS. 133; E. D. N. 13. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MSS. 818, 1077, 1415, 
1570, 6128. 

The Visitation of Staffordshire, made by 
Robert Glover, Somerset Herald, A D. 
1583 ; illustrated by lithographs of 
Coats of Arms. Edited for the William 
^alt Archceological Society, with an 
introduction and notes, by Henry 
Sidney Grazebrook, Esq. Lond. 1882, 
80- 

Visitations of Staffordshire, 1583 and 1614. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MSS. 2198, 1173. 

Visitation of Staffordshire, 1614. Brit. 
Mus. MSS. Harl. 1439, Stowe 777, 782. 
Her. Coll. C. 10. Caius Coll. 528. 

Visitations of Staffordshire, 1583 and 1664. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MSS. 1429, 1985; 
Lans. MS. 843. 

Heraldic Visitations of Staffordshire in 
1583, 1614, and 1663—4. Collections 
for a History of the County, published 
by the Wm. Salt Archceological Society. 
Birmingham, 1880, &c., 8"- VW^ 1,1^ i" 

The Heraldic Visitation of Staffordshire, 
by Sir Richard St. George, Norroy, in 
1614, and by Sir William Dugdale, 
Norroy, in 1663 and 1664. Edited and 
Annotated by H. Sydney Grazebrook, 
Esq., for the William Salt Archceo- 
logical Society, vol. v. pt ii. London, 
1885, 8"- Forty copies separately 
printed. 

Visitation of Staffordshire, 1663, 64, by 
Wm. Dugdale. Her. Coll. Dugdale MS. 
C. 36. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 6104. 

Copy of Arms taken in the Visitation of 
the County of Stafford, in 1663 and 
1664, by Wm. Dugdale ; with extracts 
from Glover's Visitation of Staffordshire. 
MS. C. 7. Campsall Hall, Co. York. 
Br;t. Mus. Lans. MS. 857. 



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179 



A Copy of the Arms taken in the Visita- 
tion of the Co. of Stafford, in the years 
1G63 and 1G64, by WiUiam Dugdale, 
Esq., Norroy, King of Anns ; also the 
names of those who disclaimed at the 
same datejbyHenrj' Sydney Grazebrook. 
See Historical Collections, by The Wm. 
Salt A.rchoeologLcal Society^ vol. ii. 
Birmingham, 1881, 8o- 

Visitation of Staffordshire by Sir William 
Dugdale in 1663 — 4. Privately printed 
bv Sir Thomas Phillipps, Bart. Middle 
Hill, 1854, fol. 

Descents and arms of many Staffordshire 
families. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 
2043. 

Pedigrees of Staffordshire Families. 
Ashm. Lib. MS. 834, art. 5. Her. 
Coll. Phil. MSS. 39, L ; 47, L. Soc. 
of Antiq. MSS. 99 ; 139. 

Collection of Staffordshire Pedigrees. 
MS. Lamport Hall, Co. Northampton. 

Some Pedigrees of Staffordshire Families, 
taken tem2). Elizabeth, with continu- 
ations. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 1995. 

Collections for a History of Staffordshire, 
printed by the Wm. Salt Archoelogical 
Society, vol. iv, pt. 2, contains the 
pedigrees of the families of : — Brump- 
ton, Chetwynd, Giffard, Grlazeley, 
Peshall, Blount, James, Blake, Ashton, 
Engleton, Leigh, and Knightly. Lond. 
1883, 80- 

Arms of Staffordshire Families. See 
Plot's " Natural History of Stafford- 
shire." 1686, folio. Also Shaw's 
" History of Staffordshire." 

Arms and pedigrees, chiefly of the County 
of Stafford, 1572. Stowe MS. 274. 
Brit. Mus. 

Arms and Seals of Staffordshire families, 
1583. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 2203. 

Arms of Staffordshire Families. Ashm. 
Libr. MS. 853. 

Le Blazon des Armoiries des Nobles et 
Gentlehomes del Countie de Stafford, 
early 17th century. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 26,705. 

Coloured drawings of Arms and Monu- 
ments, with copies of Inscriptions in 
Churches in Staffordshire, by D. 
Parkes. Brit. Mus. Add. MSS. 
21,010 ; 21,011. , 

Sepulchral Inscriptions, etc., of Stafford- 
shire. Ashm. Lib. MS. 853. 



Church Notes in Staffordshire. Her. 
Coll. Vincent MS. 197, C. 

Epitaphs in Staffordshire, A.D. 1713. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 11,425. 

Lords of Manors in co. Stafford, 9 Edw. 
II. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 26,096. 

List of Sheriffs for Staffordshire. See 
S. Shaw's "History of Staffordshire," 
p. xiii. 

Names of Knights, Esquires, and Gentle- 
men within the County of Stafford, 
A.D. 1614. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 
1439, f. 2. 

Names of the Justices of Peace in the 
County of Stafford. Brit. Mus. Harl. 
MSS. 1439 ; 7020, art. 3. 

Obligatory Knighthood, temp. Charles I., 
with the names of those Staffordshire 
gentlemen who compounded with the 
Commissioners, for not taking upon 
themselves the order of Knighthood at 
the coronation of that King, by Henry 
Sydney Grazebrook. See Historical 
Collections, by The Wm. Salt Archceo- 
logical Society, vol. ii. Birmingham, 
1881, 80- 

The Monumental Effigies and Tombs in 
Elford Church, Staffordshire, by 
Edward Kichardson ; with a Memoir 
and Pedigree of the Lords of Elford, 
by M. Thorpe. Lond. 1852, fol. 

Extracts from the Parish Kegisters, etc., 
of the Parish of Leek, by John Sleigh. 
See " The Reliquary," vol. iii. Lond. 
1863, 8«- 

Names of the Inhabitants of Lichfield, 
temp. Anne. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 7022. 

Church Dignitaries of Lichfield. See 
Abingdon's " Antiquities of the Cathe- 
dral Church of Lichfield." London, 
1717, 40- And Harwood's " History 
of the (Jhurch of Lichfield." Glouces- 
ter, 1806, 4P- 

Account of Persons buried in Lichfield 
Cathedral, and in the Churches of Lich- 
field. See Abingdon's '' Antiquities of 
Worcester Cathedral." Lond. 1717, 8°- 

Monuments in Lichfield Cathedral. See 
" A History of Lichfield Cathedral," by 
J. B. Stone. Lond. 1870, 4P- 

A detail of the Lords of the Manor of 
Pattingham, Co. Stafford, from the 
earliest period, to the present time, by 
William Hardwick, 1824. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MS. 29,245. 



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Pedigrees of Families in the Parish of 
Shenstone, co. Stafford. See Bihl. 
Top. Brit. vol. ix. 

SUFFOLK. 
Visitation of Suffolk, undated. Her. 

College. 
Visitation of Suffolk, by Ealph Brooke, 

undated. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 891. 
Visitation of Suffolk, 1561, etc. Briifc. 
Mus. MSS. Harl. 155, 1103, 1177, 
1136, 1449, 1560, 5842 ; Add. 14,309. 
Her. Coll. G. 14, H. 14, Vincent, 144. 
Caius Coll. 554. Qu. Coll. clxiy. 
Bodl. Lib. Cough MS. 
Visitation of Suffolk, made by William 
Harvey, 1561. With additions from 
Family Documents, Original Wills, 
Jermyn, Davy, and other MSS. etc. 
Edited by Joseph Jackson Howard. 2 
vols. Lowestoft, 1866—71, 8o- 
Visit'ation of Suffolk between 1570 and 

1590. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 16,940. 
Visitation of Suffolk, 1577. Her. Coll. 

G. 7, H. 13, H. 14. 
The Visitations of Suffolk, 1561, 1577 ; 
and 1612. With Notes and an Appendix 
of Additional Suffolk Pedigrees. Edited 
bj Walter C. Metcalfe. Exeter, 1882, 
go. Privately printed. 
Visitations of Suffolk, 1585—1608. Brit. 

Mus. Harl. MSS. 1484, 1560. 
Visitation of Suffolk, 1611^13. Brit. 

Mus. Harl. MSS. 1169, 1820. 
Visitation of Suffolk, 1672. Brit. Mus. 

Harl. MS. 1103. 
Collection of Pedigrees of Suffolk Families 
and of Families connected with the 
County, with genealogical and bio- 
graphical notes, compiled by David 
Elisha Davy. 43 vols, alphabetically 
arranged. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 19114 
—19156. 
Index to Davy's Collection of Suffolk 
Pedigrees, by George Gatfield. Eeprinted 
from The Genealogist^ new series, vols. 
v and vr. Lond. 1888, &c., 8o- 
Pedigrees of various Suffolk Families, by 
D. E. Davy. Brit. Mus. Add. MSS. 
19,190—19,196. 
Jennyn's Collection of Pedigrees and 
Arms of Suffolk Families from the 
earliest period, arranged alphabetically, 
and illustrated by extracts from and 
references to Original Documents, in 



seventecH vols, Brit. Mus. Add. MSS. 
8201—8217. 
Pedigrees of Suffolk families, with arms in 
colours, by Harry Jermyn ; viz., Castell, 
Sorrell, Butts, Bacon, Claxton, Barrow, 
Waldegrave, Wingfield, Jermyn, etc , 
19th cent. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 17,097. 
Pedigrees and Arms of the Gentry of 
Suffolk. Bodl. Lib. Gough MS. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MSS. 5523, 5524, 12,471 ; 
Harl. MS. 5842. Her. Coll. Phil. MSS. 
33, P ; 40—42, P. 
Arms and Pedigrees of Suffolk Families, 
collected by Harvey, Clarencieux king 
at arms, in the reign of Queen Elizabeth. 
Brit. Mus. Lans. MS. 876. 
Arms and Pedigrees of Suffolk Families 

Stowe MS. 771. Brit. Mus. 
Arms of the Nobility and Gentry of 

Suffolk. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 772. 
Arms of Suffolk Families, by Bvsshe. 

Her. Coll. MSS. D. 21 and 22. 
Alphabet of Arms of Suffolk Families. 

Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 12,481. 
Arms and Crests from Harvey's Visitation 
of 1561. Her. Coll. Vincent MS. 
184. 
Arms and Crests of Suffolk Families, 17th 
century, 2 vols. Brit. Mus. Add. MSS. 
14,298 ; 14,299. 
Drawings of Coats of Arms borne by 
Suffolk Families. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 8218. 
Arms of the Nobility and Gentry of 
Suffolk, with the Names of those who 
bear them, by liobert Baldrey. 1800, 
40. 

The Armoury of Suffolk, by David Elisha 
Daw, 1848. Brit. Mus. Add. MSS. 
19,157 ; 19,158 ; 19,189 f. 152 ; 19,195, 
ff. 23-48, 99-146. 

Arms of Suffolk Families, drawn and 
coloured by Lucy Elizabetli Davy, 
afterwards Barlee. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 19,159. 

Arms of Suffolk, etc., families, 1726. 
Stowe MS. 532. Brit. Mus. 

Index to Monumental Inscri])tions in 
Suffolk. From Davy's Suffolk Col- 
lections. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 29,761. 

Drawings of Churches, Monuments, etc., 
in Suffolk, by Henry Davy. Arranged 
in alphabetical order of parishes, in 
six vols., large folio. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MSS. 19,176-19,181. 



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181 



Copies of Inscriptions and Coats of Arms, 
in Churclies in Suffolk, 19th ceiaturj, 
bj Sir Wm. Betham. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 21,032. 

A valuable series of Church Notes in 
Suffolk, taken in the years 1655-G. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 15,520. 

Monumental Inscriptions in divers 
Churches in Suffolk. Brit. Mus. Harl. 
MSS. 6724, 6762. 

Journal of Tours by Craven Ord in the 
counties of Norfolk and Suffolk, from 
1781 to 1797 ; illustrated with engrav- 
ings of brasses, etc. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 14,823. 

Engravings of Sepulchral Brasses in 
Suffolk and Norfolk, by John S. Cot- 
man, with an introductory Essay by 
Dawson Turner. Lond. 1839, fol. 

A Summary Catalogue of Sepulchral 
Memorials and Remains of Ancient 
Art existing in Parish Churches in 
Suffolk. See " The Topographer and 
Genealogist," edited by John Gough 
Nichols. 3 vols. Lond, 1846—1858, 
80- 

Slgilla Antiqua Suffolciensia. Brit. Mus. 
Add. iMS. 21,056. 

Collections made out of the several 
Churches in Norfolk and Suffolk, and 
Gentlemen's houses in those parts, by 
William Hai-vey, Clarencieux King of 
Arms. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 4969. 

Collectanea Thomae Gibbonsii, Arm., 
Historiam Familiarum tam Norfol- 
ciensium quam Suffolciensium illus- 
trantia. Brit. Mus. Harl. MSS. 970 
—972. 

Collections from various Ilecords relating 
to Suffolk Families, by Simond D'Ewes. 
17th century. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 
639. 

Historical and Heraldical Collections re- 
lating to the County of Suffolk, by 
Robert Kemp. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 
901. 

Antiquitates Suffolcienses ; or an Essay 
towards recovering some account of th£ 
Ancient Familys in the County of 
Suffolk, by Sir Richard Gipps. 18th 
century. Brit. Mus. Add. MSS. 5829 ; 
20,695. 
Topographical and Geneological Descrip- 
tion of the County of Sffi'olk. By 
Augustine Page. Ipswich, 1847, 8^- 



Histor}"- and Antiquities of the County of 
Suffolk, with Genealogical and Architec- 
tural Notices, Pedigrees, etc. by the Rev. 
Alfred Suckling. 2 vols. Lond. 1848. fol. 
A Breviary of Suffolk, or a plain and 
familiar description of the County, 
dedicated to Sir Rob. Crane, Knt. by 
Mr. Reyce, 1618. Brit. Mus. Harl. 
MS. 3873. [Copies of this MS. were 
made by Jermyn and Davy for their 
Suffolk collections, and that portion 
which contains the Suffolk Armoury 
by Rev. Wm. Cole, now in the British 
Museum, and numbered respectively, 
Add. MSS. 8200 ; 19157 ; 5829.] 
Paper read before the Archaeological 
Institute of Suffolk, at Ickworth, 1856, 
by the Rev. Lord Arthur Hervey. 
With 12 plates of arms and brasses, 
and many tables of pedigrees. Lowes- 
toff, 1858, 40- Privately printed. 
Collections for a parochial history of 
Suffolk, including copies of charters 
and inscriptions, drawings of churches, 
brasses, coats of arms, etc., in alpha- 
betical order of hundreds, by David 
Elisha Davy. Thirty- seven volumes. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MSS. 19,077—19,113. 
Jermyn's Collection relating to Suffolk, 
arranged in alphabetical order of hun- 
dreds. Thirty-three volumes. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MSS. 8168-8200. 
List of the Dukes and Earls, Members of 
Parliament, and Sheriffs of the County 
of Suffolk ; Extracts from Heralds' 
Visitations, and Descriptions of the 
armorial Bearings of its Gentry. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 8197. 
List of the Knights of Suffolk who accom- 
panied Edw. III. to his Foreign Wars. 
Brit. Mus. Sloan MS. 1301, f. 86. 
Knights' Fees in Co. Suffolk, etc., 16th 
century. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 32,624. 
Knights made by Queen Elizabeth and 
James I. in their Progresses through 
Suffolk, Norfolk, etc. Her. Coll. Vin- 
cent MS. 442. 
Lords of Manors in co. Suffolk, 9 Edw. 

II. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 26,Oa7. 
Synopsis of the Lords of the several 
Manors in the County of Suffolk ; 
alphabetically arranged under parishes, 
by I). E. Davy, in four vols, folio, 
1835-38. Brit. Mus. Add. MSS^ 
19,161-19,164. 



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Lists of Sheriffs of Suffolk, with their 

Arms ; lists of the Knights of the 

Shire, with biographical notices, and 

lists of State Officers, etc., with notices 

of Brasses, Seals and Coins, by D. E. 

Davy. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 19,172. 
The Nobility and Gentry related unto 

the County of Suffolk, with their seats, 

etc. Lond. 1670, fol. 
Biographical Notices of eminent individ- 
uals who were natives of Suffolk ; and 

a copy of the History of its ancient 

Families, by Sir K. Gripps. Two vols. 

Brit. Mus. Add. MSS. 8199, 8200. 
Names of Persons of Quality slain in the 

Great Ilebellion, in Suffolk, Brit. 

Mus. Add. MS. 19,186, f. 74. 
Names of llecusants in various parishes in 

the County of Suffolk, 1559. MS. 589. 

Hatfield House. 
List of the Land Holders of Suffolk in the 

time of William the Conqueror. Brit. 

Mus. Add. MS. 8198. 
List of landowners in Suffolk, from 

the 12th to the 16th century. Brit. 

Mus. Add. MS. 19,189, f. 120. 
Names of Freeholders in the Counties of 

Suffolk, etc., A.D. 1561. Brit. Mus. 

Lans. MS. 5. 
Poll Book for the County of Suffolk, 1734. 

Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 33059 B. 
Suffolk Freeholders in 1770 and 1790. 

Brit. Mus, Add. MS. 19,188, ff. 133, 

etc. 
Athense Suffolcienses, or a catalogue of 

Suffolk Authors, with some account of 

their lives, and lists of their writings, 

by D. E. Davy. Four vols, folio. Brit. 

Mus. Add. MSS. 19,165—19,168. 
Catalogue of Suffolk writers, with lists of 

their works, by D. E. Davy. Brit. Mus. 

Add. MS. 19,169. 
Biographical notices of Suffolk writers, by 

D. E. Davy, 19th century. Brit. Mus. 

Add. MS. 19,170. 
Catalogues of engraved Portraits of Persons 

connected with the County of Suffolk, 

by D. E. Davy, 1849. Brit. Mus. Add. 

MSS. 19,173 ; 19,174 ; 19,183 ; 19,189, 

f. 185 b. 
Names of Saxons now converted into 

surnames; with list of Suffolk surnames, 

Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 19,194, f. 75. 
An Alphabetical list of Suffolk surnames, 

with the origins of them, as far as they 



can be made out, by D. E. Davy, 1843. 

Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 19,160. 
Suffolk Surnames. By N. J. Bowditch. 

Boston, 1858, 8^- Another edition, 

1861, 80- 
Index to Suffolk families and places 

mentioned in various publications, by 

Harry Jermyn. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 

17,099. 
Coloured drawings of Frescoes, Monuments, 

etc., in the Church of Belton, Co. 

Suffolk, 1848. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 

21,053. 
The Register Book of Bramfield, Co. 

Suffolk. See Miscellanea Genealogica 

et Heraldica, vols, iii and iv. London, 

1889—90, 8«- 
The Parish Registers of Brundish, Suffolk. 

Privately printed for Fred. A. Crisp, 

1885, fol. 

Register of baptisms, marriages, and 
burials of Carlton, 1538 to 1886. 50 
Copies privately printed. 

Registers of Chillesford ; baptisms, 1740 
to 1812 ; marriages, 1754 to 1812 ; 
burials, 1740 to ^ 1812. 100 Copies 
privately printed. 

Registers of Culpho : baptisms, marri- 
ages, and burials, 1720 to 1886. 100 
Copies privately printed. 

Parish Registers of Ellough, Suffolk, 
1545 to 1812. Fifty copies privately 
printed for Frederick Arthur Crisp, 

1886, 8«- 

The History or Memoirs of Framlingham 
and Loes Hundred in Suffolk, contain- 
ing an Account of the Lords and Ladys 
thereof, the Churches, Nobility, etc., 
with numerous coats of arms in colours, 
1712. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 33,245. 

Registers of Frostenden ; baptisms, 1539 
to 1791 ; marriages, 1538 to 1754 ; 
burials, 1538 to 1791. 50 Copies pri- 
vately printed for Fred. A. Crisp, 

1887, fol. 

The Great Men of Hadleigh, by Hugh 
Pigot. Lowestoft, 1860, 8«- 

Public Men of Ipswich and East Suffolk. 
Reprinted from the " Suffolk Mercury." 
Ips. 1875, 8«- 

Monumental Inscriptions in the Parish 
of St. Matthew's, Ipswich, compiled 
and annotated by the Rev. Francis 
Haslewood. Privately printed. 



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183 



llegisters of Kelsale : baptisms, 1538 to 
1812 ; marriages, 1538 to 1886 ; burials, 
1538 to 1812. 50 Copies privately 
printed for Fred. A. Crisp, 1887, fol. 
Genealogical Abstracts of Deeds relating 
to Families connected with the Parishes 
of Mattishall and E-eepham, in the 
County of Suffolk. Twelve copies 
privately printed by Fred. Arthur 
Crisp, 1885, fol. 
The Parish Registers of Pakenham, 
Suffolk. Privately printed for Fred. 
A. Crisp, 1888, fol. 
The Parish Kegisters of Tannington, 
Suffolk. Privately printed for Fred, 
A. Crisp, 1884, fol. 
Notices of the Parish Church of Thoring- 
ton, Suffolk ; with List of Kectors ; 
Registers of Births, Marriages and 
Deaths ; with Monumental Inscrip- 
tions ; &c. To which is added a Pedi- 
gree of the Family of Bence, with 
Registers and Monumental Inscriptions, 
by Rev. T. S. Hill. Lond. 1884, 8«- 

SURREY. 

Visitation of Surrey, 1530. Her. Coll. 

H. 7, D. 13. 
Visitation of Surrey, 1552, 3. Brit. Mus. 

Add. MS. 7098. 
Visitation of Surrey, 1572. Brit. Mus. 

Add. MS. 17,065. Caius Coll. MS. 

536. 
Visitation of Surrey, 1572 and 1623. 

Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 1433. 
Visitation of Surrey, 1530, 1552, 1572, 

and 1623. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 1561. 
Visitation of Surrey, 1622, 3. Queen's 

Coll. cxvi. Caius Coll. 535. Her. 

Coll. C. 2 ; Vincent, 129. Brit. Mus. 

MSS. Harl. 1046, 1397, 1430, 1147, 

5830 ; Add. 4963, 12,478. 
The Visitation of Surrey, A^- 1623, by 

Samuel Thompson and Augustyne 

Vincent. Edited by J. J. Howard. 

Only 25 copies privately printed. 
The Visitation of Surrey, 1623. Pub- 
lished in the " Collections of the Surrey 

Archaeological Society," vol. I. etc. 
Visitation of Surrey, 1662. Brit. Mus. 

Add. MS. 5533. Her Coll. D. 15. 
The Visitation of Surrey, taken in 1623, 

with Collections of Coats and Pedigrees 

of the Gentry of the sailte County, 

begun in 1669, and finished in 1671, 



by Samuel Waker. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 4963. 
Table to a Visitation Book of Surrey, by 
John Withie. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 
1057, f. 16. 

A collection of Pedigrees from the Visita- 
tions of Surrey, &c., by James Gresham, 
with continuations and notes by him 
and Peter Le Neve. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 14,311. 

Descents and arms of Surrey, &c. families, 
by Randle Holme. Brit. Mus. Harl. 
MS. 1984. 

Pedigrees of Surrey Families. Her. Coll. 
Phil. MSS. 13, p ; 43, P ; 44, P. Qu. 
Coll. Oxf. MS. cxxxi. 

Pedigrees of Surrey Families, by William 
Berry. Brit Mus. Add. MS. 15,446. 

Pedigrees of the Families in the County 
of Surrey, Collected from the Heraldic 
Visitations, and other authentic JVlanu- 
scripts, by William Berry. Lond. 1847, 
fol. 

Arms from the Visitation of Surrey, in 
1623, with additions. Her. Coll. MS. 
E.D.N. 14. 

Water-color drawings of churches in Surrey 
interspersed with coats of arms, monu- 
mental brasses, and inscriptions, by 
Edw. John Carlos, 19th century. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 25,706. 

Drawings of Monuments, etc. in Camber- 
well, Battersea, and Bermondsey, co. 
Surrey, 19th century, folio. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 25,112. 

Church Notes in Surrey. Ashm. Lib. MS. 
1137. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 6409. 

Lords of Manors in the county of Surrey, 
9 Edw. II. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
26,098. 

Lists of Sheriffs for Surrey and Sussex, 
from 1 Hen. II. to 1789. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MSS. 5705, ff. 54, 60 ; 5832, f. 
181 ; 6171, f. 19; 6344, coll. 

Lists of Knights of co. Surrey. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MSS. 5705, p. 53 ; 6167. f. 
3 b. 

Names of the Gentry of Surrey, 12 Hen. 
VI. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 6171, f. 22. 

Justices of Peace of the County of Surrey. 
Brit. Mus, Harl. MS. 6850, f. 251. 

Copy of the Poll for Knights of the Shire 
for the County of Surrey, 1780, taken 
before Charles Eyre, Esq., Sheriff. 
Guildford, 1780, fol. 



184 



English Counties. 



Extracts from the Parish Kes^isters of 



Addington, Co. Surrev^ 



Nichols' 



" Collect. Topog. et Genealog." vol. vii. 
p. 286. 

The llegisters of St. Mary Magdalene, 
Bermondsey, The Genealogist., new 
series, vol. vi. Lond. 1890, 8o- 

Extracts from the Parish Registers of 
Camberwell, Co. Siirrey. See Nichols' 
" Collect. Topog. et. Genealog." vol, iii. 
p. 142. 

Roman Catholic Register of Cheam and 
Woburn, in Surrev, 1755 to 1800. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 32,632. 

Monumental inscriptions and arms in 
Chertsev Church. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
6171. 

Croydon Palace : Its Architecture and 
Heraldry. See " The Antiquarian 
Magazine and Bibliographer," vol. iv. 
Lond. 1883, 8°- 

In Memorinm Groydoiiienskini. Croydon 
in the Past : Historical, Monumental, 
and Biographical : being a History of 
the Town as depicted on the Tombs, 
Tablets, and Gravestones in the Churches, 
Churchyards, and Cemetery of the 
Parish, including the neighbouring 
villages of Beddington, Shirley and 
Addington. Croydon, 1883, 8^- 

Monuments and Antiquities of Croydon 
Church, by John Corbet Anderson. 
Croydon, 1855, fol. 

On the Monumental Effigies in Croydon 
Church, by M. H. Bloxam. Rugby, 
1856, 8«- 

Extracts from the Parish Registers of 
Croydon, Co. Surrey. See Nichols' 
"Collect. Topog. et Genealog." vol ii. 
p. 292 ; vol iii. p. 307 ; vol. iv. p. 91 ; 
vol. V. p. 42. See also Steinman's 
"History of Croydon." Lond. 1834, 
SO- 

Parish Register of Croydon Old Church, 
by J. C. Anderson. Croydon, 1878, 
8«- 

An account of the Monuments in the Col- 
legiate Church of Lingfield, in the 
County of Surrey, by Sir James Burrow, 
Knt. 1760. Brit. Mus. Eg. MS. 1967. 

The Parish Registers of SS. Peter and 
Paul, Mitcham, Surrey, from A.D. 
1563 to 1679, by Robert Garraway 
Rice. See " The Reliquary," vol. xviii, 
xix, XX. Lond. 1878, 8<>''' 



Extracts from the Parish Registers of 
Morden, Co. Surrey, 1634—1812. -'The 
Genealogist," vol. vii. Lond. 1883, 8°- 

A History of the Parish of Mortlake, 
with extracts from the Parish Registers, 
from 1578 to 1886, by John Eustace 
Anderson. Lond. 1886, 8°- For private 
circulation. 

Monumental Inscriptions in the Church- 
yard of St. Mary's, Newington, Surrey, 
Lond. 1880. 

Weddings at St. Saviour's Southwark, 
from A.D. 1606 to 1625. The Genealo- 
gist, new series, vol. vi. Lond. 1890, 
8«- 

Extracts from the Parish Registers of 
Streatham, Co. Surrey. See Nichols' 
" Collect. Topog. et Geneal." vol. iii. 
p. 309. 

The Registers of the Parish of Wandsworth 
in the County of Surrey (1603—1787). 
Transcribed by John Traviss Squire. 
Lond. 1887, 8«- 

The Registers of Windlesham, from 1677 
to 1783, with Biographical Notices 
of Past and Present Families now 
residing in the Parish, etc., by W. U. 
S. Glanville-Richards. Privatelv printed, 
1881, 8«- 

Catholic Registers of Woburn Lodge 
Chapel and Weybridge, Surrey. Pri- 
vately printed for Fred. A. Crisp, 1888, 
fol. 

SUSSEX. 

Visitation of Sussex, undated. Heralds' 
College. 

Visitation of Sussex, 1530. Her. Coll. 
D. 13. 

Visitation of Sussex, 1570. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MS. 17065. [Privately printed 
by Sir Thomas Phillipps.] 

Visitation of Sussex, 1574. Her. Coll. 
MS. D. 11. Brit. Mus. Hari. MS. 
1484. 

Visitation of Sussex, 1530, 1570, 1633. 
Brit. Mus. Hari. MS. 1562. 

Vistation of Sussex, 1633, 4. Her. Coll. 

C. 29 ; E.D.N. 15. Brit. Mus. MSS. 
Hari. 1135, 1076, 1084, 1194, 1406, 
4109, 6164. 

Pedigrees from the Visitation of Sussex, 
etc. 1633. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
14,311. 

Visitation of Sussex, 1662. Her. Coll. 

D. 16. 



English Counties. 



185 



Pedigrees taken from an old Visitation of 
Sussex, with additions, by Tlio. Cole. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 892. 

A Collection of Pedigrees of Sussex Fami- 
lies, with several trickings of their 
Arms ; with transcripts of a great many 
ancient deeds and charters relating to 
the county. Brit. Mus. Lans. MS. 873. 

Arms and Pedigrees of Sussex families, 
in the reign of James I., Charles L, 
and Charles II. Stowe MSS. 645 ; 654 ; 
771 ; 780. Brit. Mus. 

Collection of Sussex Pedigrees, by Sir 
William Burrell, with Coats of Arms, 
neatly drawn and coloured, with an 
alphabetical index to each volume. 
Six vols. Brit. Mus. Add. MSS. 5691- 
5696. 

Pedigrees of Sussex families, continued 
after the year 1750, by Sir William 
Burrell. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 5711. 

Collections of Sussex Pedigrees. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MSS. 6346 ; 6347 ; 6350. 
Her. Coll. Vincent MS. 121. Qu. Coll. 
Oxf. MS. cxxxi. 

Pedigrees of Sussex Families, by William 
Berry. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 15,449. 

Pedigrees of the Families in the County 
of Sussex. Collected from the Heraldic 
Visitations, and other authentic Manu- 
scripts, by William Berry. Lond. 
1830, fol. 

Arms of the Gentry of Sussex, written 
and tricked by John Withie. Brit. 
Mus. Harl. MS. 906. 

Arms, in trick, of Sussex Families, 1706. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 21,008. 

Catalogue and Arms of Sussex Baronets. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. '6344, col. 31. 

Notitia Sussexiensis, sive Sussexia Anti- 
qua et Nova ; to wit, an account, 
Chorographical, Genealogical, Histori- 
cal, of the County of Sussex. Collected 
from liecords. Charters, Deeds, Manu- 
scripts, and other Authorities. Inter- 
spersed with Inscriptions, Epitaphs, 
Arms, etc. 2 vols. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MSS. 6343, 6344. 

Collection of Monuments and Inscriptions, 
with Extracts from Parish Pegisters of 
Sussex, by Sir William Burrell, three 
vols. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 5697-5699. 

Monumental Inscriptions in the County 
of Sussex, copied by Mr.«Gell, 1820. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 30,081. 



Nobility of Sussex. See " The History 

of the Castles, Mansions, and Manors 

of Sussex," by D. G. C. Elwes. Lond. 

1876, etc. 40- 
Lords of Manors in the county of Sussex, 9 

Edw. II. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 26,098. 
Lists of Sheriffs for Surrey and Sussex, 

from 1 Hen. 11. to 1789. Brit. Mus. 

Add. MSS. 5705, ff. 54, 60 ; 5832, f. 

181 ; 6171, f. 19. 
List of the Sheriffs of Surrey and Sussex 

with their arms, from Henry II. to 

Charles I. inclusive. Brit. Mus. Add. 

MS. 6344. 
Lists of Knights in Co. Sussex. Brit. 

Mus. Add. MS. 5705, ff. 53, 280. 
List of Justices of Peace of the County 

of Sussex, 1781. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 

5701, f. 200. 
Glimpses of our ancestors in Sussex, by 

Charles Fleet. Lewes, 1882, 8^- 
Glimpses of our Ancestors in Sussex, and 

Gleanings in East and West Sussex, by 

C. Fleet. Second series. Lewes, 1883, 

§0. Privately printed. 
The Worthies of Sussex, by Mark Anthony 

Lower. Lewes, 1865, 4P- 
The Parliamentary History of the County 

of Sussex, and of the several Boroughs 

and Cinque Ports therein, by W. D. 

Cooper. Lewes, 1834, 4P- 
Poll Book ^or the Sussex Election, March, 

1820. Chichester, 1820, S^- 
•The Sussex Archceological Collections 

contain a large amount of heraldic and 

genealogical information. 
Bodiam and its Lords, by Mark Anthony 

Lower. Lond. 1871, 8^- 
Lists of the Incumbents and Dignitaries 

of Chichester, by the Pev. John Denne, 

D.D. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 11,822. 

See also Abingdon's " Antiquities of 

the Cathedral Church of Chichester." 

London, 1717, 4«- 
Catalogue of the Bishops of Selsey and 

Chichester. Edited from a MS. of the 

14th century, after 1373, by M. E. C. 

Walcott. Lond. 1869, 8o- 
Monumental Inscriptions in Chichester 

Cathedral, etc. See Abingdon's " Anti- 

quitiesof the Cathedral." Lond. 1717, 8o- 
Sepulchral Efiigies at Chichester, by M. 

H. Bloxam. See Journal of the 

Archceological Association, vol. 42. 

Lond. 1886, S^- 



186 



English Counties. 



Account of the Election at Cliichester, 

March, 1820, including the Poll Book. 

Chichester, 1820, S^' 
Copy of the Parish llegister Book of St. 

Andrew's Edburton. Sussex, 1558 — 

1673. By the Kev. C. H. Wilkie. 

Brighton, 1881, H^- 
Index to the Registers of Edburton, 1558 

to 1673. 50 Copies privately printed. 
Notices of Sepulchral Memorials at 

Etchinghara, Co. Sussex, by Spencer 

Hall. Archceological Journal^ vol. vii. 
Hurstpierpoint ; its Lords and Families, 

ancient and modern, by W. H, Smith 

Ellis. Sussex Archceological Collections, 

vol. XT. Lond. 1859, 8«- 
Names of Knights who were present at 

the battle of Lewes, 1264. Brit. Mus. 

Add. MS. 27,423, f. QQ. 
Extracts from the early Parish Register 

of Warminghurst, Sussex, by C. Bridger. 

Privately printed in 1853. 
History of Winchelsea, Sussex, with 

Notices of the Ancient Families, by W. 

D. Cooper. Lond. 1850, 8o- 

WARWICKSHIRE. 

Visitation of Warwickshire, 1563. Her. 

Coll. MSS. F. 7 ; G. 11 ; H. 12. 
Visitation of Warwickshire, 1564. Brit, 

Mus. Harl. MS. 810. 
Visitation of Warwickshire, 1563 and 

1619. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 1563. 
Visitation of Warwickshire, 1619. Brit. 

Mus. Harl. MSS. 1100, 1195. Her. 

Coll. C. 7. Caius Coll. 548. Qu. Coll. 

CLX. 

Visitation of Warwick, taken in 1619 by 
S. Lennard and A. Vincent, being 
Marshalls for W. Camden, edited by J. 
Fetherston . Warwickshire Antiquarian 
Magazine, vol. 1. Warwick, 1859, ^^^ 

The Visitation of the County of Warwick 
in the year 1619. Taken by William 
Camden. Edited by John Fetherston. 
Harleian Society, xii. London, 1877, 
80- 

Visitation of Warwickshire, 1619 — 21. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 1167. 

The Visitation of the County of Warwick 
by Thos. May and Gregory King, 1682 
1683. Her. Coll. MS. K. 3. 

Pedigrees selected from the Visitation of 
the County of Warwick, by Thomas 
May, and Gregory King, in 1682, etc. 



Warwickshire Antiquarian Magazine, 
vol. 1. Warwick, 1859, ^^^ 

Warwickshire Pedigrees selected from the 
Visitation of the County of Warwick, 
1682 — 3. 20 Copies privately printed, 
1865, 8''- 

An Index to the Warwickshire Visitations 
in the Harleian Library, privately 
printed by Sir Thomas Phillipps. 

Pedigrees of Warwickshire Families from 
Sir Geo. Naylor's Library. MS. J5a- 
ginton Hall, Warwickshire. 

Warwickshire Pedigrees, of the reign of 
James I. Stowe MS. 783. Brit. Mus. 

Pedigrees of Families of Warwickshire, 
MS. 17th century. In the possession 
of the Marquis of Ripon, at Studley 
Royal, Co. York. 

Sir William Dugdale's Warwickshire 
Collections. Ashm. Libr. MSS. 6491— 
6513. 

Collections for the continuation of Hug- 
dale's Antiquities of Warivickshire, 
with drawings of churches, monuments, 
coats of arms, etc., and an alphabetical 
index of Warwickshire famiMes, with 
their arms blazoned, by the Rev. Thos. 
Ward, 2 vols, folio. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MSS. 29,264, 29,265. 

Arms and Pedigrees of Warwickshire 
Families. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 6060. 
Her. Coll. MSS. E. 1. ; Phil. 29, L. ; 
45, P. ; Vincent 126. 

Warwickshire Arms and Lineages : Com- 
piled from the Heralds' Visitations and 
ancient MSS., by F. W. Kittermaster. 
Lond. 1866, 8«- 

Arms of the Gentry of Warwickshire. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 1353. 

On some rare and curious Sepulchral 
Monuments in Warwickshire, of the 13th 
and 14tli centuries, by M. H. Bloxam. 
Rugby, 1864, 8«- 

Coloured drawings of Arms and Monu- 
ments, with copies of Inscriptions in 
Churches in Warwickshire, by D . Parkes. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MSS. 21,011 to 21,016. 

Church Notes in Warwickshire. Brit. 
Mus. Harl. MSS. 2009, 7022 ; Add. 
MS. 21,012. Her. Coll. Vincent MS. 
197, C. 

List of Sheriffs of Warwickshire. See 
Burton's " History of Leicestershire," 
p. 323. Also " Dugdale's " History of 
Warwickshire," vol. ii. p. 1149. 



English CorNTiEs. 



187 



Lists of the Sheriffs of-' Warwickshire 
from 1 Hen. II to 1849, and Members 
of Parliament for the County, and for 
the Boroughs of Warwick and Coventry 
from 23 Edw. I to 1 Geo. II. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 29264. 

List of the Knights of Warwickshire, 
1589. Brit. Mus. Sloan MS. 4102. 

The Worthies of Warwickshire who lived 
between 1500 and 1800, by F. L. Col- 
vile. Warw. 1870. 4«- 

Catalogue of residents in the County of 
Warwick, temp. Elizabeth. See Nichols' 
" Collect. Top. et Gen." vol. viii. p. 298. 
—In 1733 and 1742, ihid., p. 361. 

List of Warwickshire Noblemen and Gen- 
tlemen, in the year 1723. Brit. Mus. 
Lans. MS. 846, f. 249. 

Poll Book for the Election at Warwick, 
Nov. 1820. Warw. 1821. 8'^- 

Poll Book for the Northern Division of 
the County of Warwick, 1832. Warw. 
1833. S''- 

The Warwickshire Antiquarian Magazine. 
Edited by John Fetherston. Contains 
numerous pedigrees, coats of arms, etc. 
of Warwickshire families. Warw. 1859, 
&c. 8«- 

The Midland Antiquary. Edited by Wil- 
ham F. Carter. Birmingham, 1882, 
&c. 8'^- In progress. 

Independency in Warwickshire : A Brief 
History of the Independent or Congre- 
gational Churches in that County : 
containing Biographical Notices of their 
Pastors, by John Sibree and M. Caston. 
Coventry, 1855. 8«' 

Records of the Woodmen of Arden (an 
Archery Club) from 1785, with Roll of 
Members of the Society. Edin. 1885, 
§0. Printed for private circulation. 

Inhabitants of Birmingham, Edgbaston, 
and Aston, 1327. From the Original 
Roll in the Public Record Office, by W. 
B. Bickley. Birm., 1885. 

Men and names of Founders, Freeholders 
and Indwellers of Birmingham, from the 
Thirteenth to the Sixteenth Century, by 
Joshua Toulmin Smith. Birm. and 
Lond. 1864. S^- 

The Streets and Inhabitants of Birming- 
ham in 1770. Reprinted from Sketchley 
and Adams's Tradesman's True Guide 
and Universal Directory. 8irm. 1886. 
Only fifty copies printed. 



List of the Mayors of Coventry, from 
1348 to 1688. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 
6388. 

Mayors, Bailiffs, and Sheriffs of Coventry. 
Coventry, 1830. 12o- 

Monumental Inscriptions in the Parish 
Church of St. Michael, Coventry, with 
plates of arms, by John Astley. Coven- 
try, 1884, 4«- 

Coats of Arms under the benches in Coven- 
try free school. Brit. Mus. Lans. MS. 
209, f. 264. 

Drawings of coats of arms and monu- 
mental inscriptions in Dunchurch 
Church, Co. Warwick. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MS. 5830, f. 70. 

Index to the Registers of Leek Wooton ; 
baptisms, marriages, and burials, 1685 
to 1742. 25 Copies privately printed 
for Fred. A. Crisp, 1887, fol. 

Rugby School Register. From 1675 to 
1867 inclusive. Rugby, 1867, 8«- 

Rugby School Register. Volume I. from 
1675 to 1849 inclusive. With annota- 
tions and alphabetical index. Rugby 
and London, 1881, 8«- 

Extracts from the Vestry-Book of Holy 
Trinity Church, Stratford-on-Avon, by 
J. 0. Halliwell. 1865, 4"- 

From the Registers of St. Margaret's 
Church, Wolston cum Brandon. Co. 
Warwick, 1558—1811. The Genea- 
logist, new series, vi. Lond. 1889, 8°- 

WESTMORELAND. 

Visitation of Westmoreland, by Sir 

Richard St. George, 1615. Brit. Mus. 

Harl. MS. 1374. 
The Heraldic Visitation of Westmoreland, 

made in the year 1615, by Sir Richard 

St. George, Knt. Lond. 1853, 8o- 
Visitation of Westmoreland, 1615. 

Privately printed by Sir Tho. Phillipps. 

Typis Medio-Montanis fol. 
Visitation of Westmoreland, 1615, 1638. 

Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 1435. 
Visitation of Westmoreland, etc. in 1664, 

by Sir William Dugdale. Brit. Mus. 

Add. MS. 32,116. Her. Coll. MS C. 

39. 
Collection of descents of several of the 

nobility and gentry of the counties of 

Cumberland and Westmoreland, by J. 

H., of L., in Yorkshire, 1669. Eshton 

Hall, Co. York. 



188 



English Counties. 



Notes on the Heraldic Visitations of 
Westmoreland, by Kichard S. Ferguson. 
See Transactions of the Cumberland 
and Westmoreland Antiquarian Societi/, 
vol. ii. Kendal, 1876, 8»- 

Arms of the Cliief Families of Westmore- 
land. Machel's MS. vol. vi. Carlisle 
Cathedral. 

The Heraldry of Westmoreland, by 
llichard S. Ferguson. See Transac- 
tions of the Cumherland and JVest- 
moreland Antiquarian Society^ vol. i. 
Kendal, 1874, 8« 

Westmoreland Church Notes, being the 
Heraldry, Epitaphs and other In- 
scriptions in the Churches and Church- 
yards of that County. Collected by 
Edward Bellasis. Kendal, 1888, &c., 
8«- 

An alphabetical Catalogue of the Gentry 
of the County of Westmoreland, with 
their arms. 17th cent. Brit. Mus. 
Lans. MS. 8G5, f . 104 

Names of Gentlemen in Westmoreland. 
Brit. Mus. Cott. MS. Calig. B. iii. f. 
192. 

The Worthies of Westmoreland, or no- 
table persons born in that County since 
the Ileformation, by George Atkinson. 
2 vols. London, 1849,^ Vl^^ 

A Book of the Sheriffs of Cumberland 
and Westmoreland, from the reign of 
Hen. II. Machel's M8. vol. vi. Car- 
lisle Cathedral. 

The Sheriff's of Westmoreland and the 
Early Sheriff's of Cumberland, by Sir 
Geo. F. Duckett. Reprinted from the 
Transactions of the Cumherland and 
Westmoreland Antiquarian Society, 
vol. iv. Kendal, 1879, 8«- 

Cumberland and Westmoreland M.P.'s 
from 16G0 to 1867, by Richard Fer- 
guson. Carlisle, 1871, 8o- 

Poll for Knights of the Shire, taken at 
Appleby, June and July 1826, with an 
Appendix, List of Voters, etc. 1826, 
8°- 

Transactions of the Cumberland and 
Westmoreland Antiquarian and Arch- 
aeological Society. Kendal, 1886, &c. 
8*'- [Containing a large amount of 
genealogical and heraldic information.] 

Descents of Families residing in the 
Barony of Kendal, 1638. Brit. Mus. 
Harl. MS. 1564. 



Description of the Parishes in the Barony 
of Kendal, wherein the Coats of Arms 
of ye Gentlemen at their severall Seats 
and on Monuments in the Churches, 
&c. are noted in their order, etc. 
Machel's MS. vol. ii. Carlisle Cathedral. 

Notes on the Kirkbythore Registers, by 
the ]{ev. R. Bower. See Transactions 
of the Cumherland and Westmoreland 
Antiquarian Society, vol. iv. Kendal, 
1879, 80- 

WILTSHIRE. 

Visitation of Wiltshire, 1530. Her. Coll. 

MS. H. 20. 
Visitation ofWiltshire in 1531, by Thos. 

Benolt. Brit. Mus. MSS. Add. 12,479, 

Stowe 649. 
Visitation of Wiltshire, 1565. Queen's 

Coll. MS. Lxxix. Her. Coll. MSS. G. 

8; Vincent, 147. Brit. Mus. Harl. 

MSS. 888, 1111, 1181, 1565, 5184. 
Visitation of Wiltshire, 1565, 1623. Brit. 

Mus. Harl. MS. 1443. Caius Coll. 543. 
Visitation of Wiltshire, 1623. Brit. Mus. 

Harl. MS. 1165. Her. Coll. C. 22 ; E. 

D. N. 16. 

The Visitation of Wiltshire, 1623. Edited 

by George W. Marshall. London, 1882, 
40. 

Visitatio Heraldica Comitatus Wiltonia^, 
A.D. 1623. Privately printed by Sir. 
Thos. Phillipps. Typis Medio— Mon- 
tanis, 1828, fol. 

Index to the Visitation of Wiltshire, 1623. 
Privately printed by Sir Thos. Phillipps. 

A Note of all such as have usurped the 
name and title of gentlemen, without 
authority, and were disclaimed at Salis- 
bury in Sept. 1623. Brit. Mus. Harl. 
MS. 1538 f. 309^- 

Visitation of Wiltshire, ] 677. Privately 
printed by Sir Tho. Phillipps. Typis 
Medio-Montanis, 1854, fol. 

The Heralds' Visitation of Wiltshire, 
and Notes of Pedigrees of Wiltshire 
Families, by F. A. Carrington. Wilts 
Archcdolog. 'Mag. Dec. 1855. 

Pedigrees of Wiltshire Families. Her. 
Coll. Phil. MSS. 10, L. 46, P. 

Arms and Crests from Harvey's Visitation 
of 1565. Her. Coll. Vincent MS. 184. 

Arms from the Visitation of Wilts in 
1623. Brit. Mus. Harl. MSS. 1054, 
1482. 



En-glish CorNTIES. 



189 



An alphabet in blazon of the patomall 
coates crests and mottoes of all [or the 
maior part of] the gentrey in the 
County of Wilts, by Thomas Gore, 
1663. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 28,020. 

Arms of Wiltshire Families, by Bysshe, 
1677. Her. Coll, MS. D. 28. 

An Account of the Armorial Decorations 
formerly in the Windows of Fonthill 
Abbey, Wilts, by Justin Simpson. See 



"The Reliquary, 
1867, 



vol. 



Lond. 



A Tour in Wiltshire, etc. in quest of 
Genealogy, by a Barrister (H. Jones). 
Lond, 1811, 80- 
Collections for Wiltshire, by Sir Thomas 
Phillipps. Salisbury, 1819, S^- [This 
volume contains a collection of Inscrip- 
tions from Monuments, etc., in the 
Churches of Wiltshire.] 
Monumental Inscriptions in the County 
of Wilton, edited and printed by Sir 
Thomas Phillipps. Typis Medio- 
Montanis, 1822. fol. 
The Monumental Brasses of Wiltshire : a 
. series of examples of these memorials, 
ranging from the 13th to the 17th 
centuries. By Edward Kite. Lond. 
1860, 4"- 
On the succession of the Abbesses of 
Wilton, wath some notice of Wilton 
Seals, by James E. Nightingale. From 
the Wiltsliire ArchcBological Magazine. 
Devizes, 1881, 8o- 
Earldom of Wiltes. A Dissertation on 
the History of Hereditary Dignities, 
particularly as to their course of Descent 
and their Forfeiture by Attainder, with 
special reference to the Case of the 
Earldom of Wiltes, by W. F. Finlason. 
1869, 8«- 
Wiltshire and its Worthies, by J. Stratford. 

Salisbury, 1882, 4«- 
Lords of Manors in Co. Wilts, 9 Edw. II. 

Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 26,098. 
A List of Wiltshire Sheriffs, by John 

Edward Jackson. Devizes, 1856, 4"- 
Members of Parliament, High Sheriffs, 
Gentry, etc , of Wiltshire. See Sir E. 
C. Hoare's Reijerlorium Wiltoiiense. 
Bath, 1821, fol. Privately printed. 
List of Nobles and Gentry ^f Wiltshire, 
temp. Henry VII. See Nichol s' " Topo- 
grapher," vol. ii. p. 96. ^-^f^]^- 



Wiltshire Gentry, temp. Car. I. et II. Pri- 
vately printed by Sir Thomas Phillipps. 
North Wiltshire Musters, anno 30 Hen. 
VIII. Privately printed by Sir Thomas 
Phillipps. 
Index to the Pedes Finium for Wiltshire, 
1 Geo. I. to 11 Geo. II. Privately 
printed by Sir Tho. Phillipps. 1853. 
Extracts from Wiltshire Parish Ilegisters, 
by Sir Tliomas Phillipps. Privately 
printed. 
Extracts from the Parish Registers of 
Aldbourn, Co. Wilts. See Nichols' 
" Collect. Topog. et Genealog." vol. vi. 
p. 385. 
The Parish Register of Alderbury, Co. 
Wilts, from 1606 — 1648, with additional 
entries to 1672. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
27,441. 
Extracts from the Parish Registers of 
Bed wyn Magna, Co. Wilts. See Nichols' 
" Collect. Topog. et Genealog." vol. v. 

p. 28. of Bedwyn Parva. p. 359. 

Registers of Broad Chalke, Co. Wilts, 
1538—1780. Edited by the Rev. C. G. 
Moore. 1880, 8«- Only 80 copies 
privately printed. 
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Gough Nichols. Lond. 1858, S^- 
Parish Notes [Choulderton, Wilts.] By 

E. P. Barrow. Salisbury, 1889, S^- 
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Extracts from the Parish Registers of 
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Parish Register of Durneford, Wiltshire, 
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Extracts from the Parish Registers of 
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Extracts from the Parish Registers of 
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p. 237. 

Marlborough College Register from 1843- 
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Privately printed, 1880, 8«- 

Extracts from the Parish Registers of St. 
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St. Mary the Virgin, Marlborough. 
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vol. V. p. 260. 

Extracts from the Parish Registers of 
Milton Lislebon, near Pewsey, Co. 
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Gough Nichols. Lond. 1858, 8«' 

Extracts from the Parish Registers of 
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Deans, Precentors, Chancellors, etc. of 
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A Correct List of the Bfshops and Mayors 
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Fasti Ecclesise Sarisberiensis, or a Calendar 
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and Members of the Cathedral Body at 
Salisbury, from the Earliest Times to 
the Present, by William Henry Jones. 
Salisbury and London, 1879, 4«- 

Lists of the Mayors of Salisbury, from 
1095-1740 ; and from the 14th year of 
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Brit. Mus. Add. MSS. 22,839, A and B. 

A correct List of the Mayors of New 
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Salisbury, 1826, 12«- 



Epitaphs and Inscriptions in Salisburv 
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Copies of the Epitaphs in Salisbury 
Cathedral, cloisters and cemetery, 
accompanied by translations and notes, 
historical and biographical. With a 
general survey of the Churches in 
Salisbury, and a concise history of the 
Family of Montacute, by James Harris. 
Salisbury, 1825, 8o- 

Lives and Memoirs of the Bishops of 
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705 to 1824. By Stephen H. Cassan. 
Salisbury, 1824, 8°- 

The Registers of Stourton, Co. Wilts 
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Henry ElUs. Lond. 1887, 8«- 

Extracts from the Parish Registers of 
Stratton Saint Margaret, and South 
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printed by Sir Thomas Phillipps, Bart. 

WORCESTERSHIRE. 

Visitation of Worcestershire, 1530. Her. 

Coll. MS. H. 20. 
Visitation of Worcestershire, 1531. Brit. 

Mus. Add. MS. 12,479. 
Visitation of Worcestershire, 1569. Brit. 

Mus. MSS. Harl. 615, 1043, 1133, 1352, 

1486, 5841. Her. Coll. D. 12, G. 9 ; 

Vincent, 115. Caius Coll. 533. Qu. 

Coll. clxiii. Ashm. Lib. MS. 831, 

p. 197 b. 
The Visitation of the County of Worcester, 

made in the year 1569, with other 

pedigrees relating to that County from 

Richard Mundy's Collection. Edited 

for the Harleian Society by W, P. W. 

Phillimore. Lond. 1888, 8o- 
Visitation of Worcestershire, 1569 and 

1634. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 1566. 
Visitation of Worcestershire, 1634. Brit. 

Mus. Add. MS. 19,816. Her. Coll. C. 

30. 
Visitation of Worcestershire, 1682, 83, 

Her. Coll. MS. 
The Visitation of the County of Worcester, 

begun by Thomas May and Gregory 

King, 1682, and finished by Henry 

Dethick, 1683. With additions by Sir 



English CorNTiES. 



191 



Tho. Phillipps. Edited by Walter C. 
Metcalfe. Exeter, 1883. 8"' Privately 
printed. 

Visitation of Worcestershire, 1683. 
Privately printed by Sir Thos. Phillipps. 

Index to the Visitations of Worcestershire, 
1569 and 1683. Privately printed by 
Sir Thos. Phillipps. 

Pedigrees of Worcestershire Families, some 
to 1620. Caius Coll. Camb. MS. 553, 
f . 34. 

Genealogical Descent of Worcestershire 
Families. Soc. of Antiq. MS. 145, 
art. 4. 

Pedigrees and Arms of Worcestershire 
Families, Monumental Inscriptions, etc. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS 5814. 

Arms and Pedigrees of Worcestershire 
Families, circ. 1634. Brit. Mus. Harl. 
MS. 6139. 

Arms of Worcestershire Families, from the 
Visitation of 1569. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 19,816. 

The Heraldry of Worcestershire, being a 
roll of the Arms borne by the several 
noble, knightly, and gentle families 
which have had propert}^ or residence in 
that County from the earliest period to 
the present time, with genealogical 
notes, etc., by H. S. Grazebrook. Lond. 
1873, 4«- 

Monumental Brasses of Worcestershire, 
&c., by C. T. Davis. 1884. 

Coloured drawings of Arms and Monu- 
ments, with copies of Inscriptions in 
Churches in Co. Worcester, by D. 
Parkes. Brit. Mus. Add. MSS. 21,010 ; 
21,011. 

Rambles and Researches among Worcester- 
shire Churches. With Historical Notes 
relating to the several Parishes, by Geo. 
K. fctanton. Lond. 1885. 

Biograj^hical Illustrations of Worcester- 
shire ; including Lives of Persons, 
Natives or Residents, Eminent either 
for Piety or Talent ; to which is added, 
a List of Living Authors of the County, 
by John Chambers. Wore. 1820, 8o- 

Marriages at Bretforton, Co. Worcester, 
1538 to 1752. Lond. 1831, 8«- 
Privately printed oy Sir Thomas 
Phillipps, Bart. 

Extracts from the Parish Registers of 
Bretforton, 1538 to 178^ Privately 
printed by Sir Thomas Phillipps. 



Extracts from the Parish Registers of 
Broadway, 1680—1771. Privately 
printed by Sir Thomas Phillipps. 

Bromsgrove Church ; its History and 
Antiquities. Compiled from the 
Parish Books, Registers, and other 
sources, by William it Cotton. Lond. 
1881. ^ 

A short Account of Lichfield Cathedral, 
more particularly the Painted Glass 
with which the windows are adorned, 
and the Monuments. Fifth edition. 
Lich. 1843, 8o- 

Arms, Monuments and Inscriptions from 
the Cathedral and Cloisters of 
Worcester, and from the Churches of 
Malvern and Evesham. Brit. Mus. 
Harl. MS. 2205. 

Drawings of Coats of Arms, and copies of 
Monumental Inscriptions in Great 
Malvern Church, and Worcester Cathe- 
dral, 1746. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 5811. 

Catalogues of Deans and Prebendaries of 
Worcester ; Ashm. Lib. Wood MS. 
8587, f . 1. — Abingdon's " Antiquities 
of the Cathedral Church of Worcester." 
London, 1717, 4o- — And Thomas's 
" Survey of the Cathedral Church of 
Worcester." Lond. 1736, 4P- 

Marriage Licences in the Diocesan 
Registry at Worcester, by Thomas 
Procter Wadley. " The Genealogist." 
vol. VI. Lond. 1882, 8o- 

The Sepulchral Remains and Effigies in 
the Cathedral Church of Worcester, by 
M. H. Bloxam. Rugby, 1862, 8o- 

Memoir on Effigies and Remains in 
Worcester Cathedral, by M. H. Bloxam. 
See Arcliceological Journal, xix, 385 ; 
XX, 273, 339. Lond. 1862, 63, 8o- 

Church Notes in Worcester Cathedral. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MSS. 5811, f. 129 ; 
6728, f . 47 ; 6742, f . 13 b. 

Catholic Registers of the City of Worces- 
ter, 1685 to 1837. 50 Copies privately 
printed for Fred. A. Crisp, 1887, fob 

YORKSHIRE. 

Heralds' Visitation of Yorkshire. 3IS. 

No. XL VIII. Townely Hall, Burnley. 
Heraldic Visitation of the Northern 

Counties in 1530, by Thomas Tonge. 

Published by the Sni'tees Society, vol. 

XLi. From Harl. MS. 1499 in the 

British Museum. Durham, 1863, H°' 



192 



English Counties. 



Visitation of Yorkshire, 1530. Brit. 

Mus. Harl. MS. 1499. Her. Coll. D. 

4 ; E.D.N. 4 ; Vincent, 163. 
Visitation of Yorkshire, 1530, 1552. Her. 

Coll. MSS. D. 9, E. 0. 
Visitation of Yorkshire, 1563. Her. Coll. 

MS8. D. 2, D. 5, H. 19. Ashm. Lib. 

M>^. 834. 
The Visitation of Yorkshire by Wm 

Flower in 1563-64. Edited by Chas. 

B. Norcliffe. Harleian Society. Lond. 

1881, 80- 
Visitation of Yorkshire, by William 

Tonge, Norroy, 1580. MS. Trinity 

College, Dublin. 
Visitation of Yorkshire, 1575 and 1585. 

Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 1171. 
Visitation of Yorkshire, 1584, 1585. 

Brit. Mus. MSS. Add. 17,065 ; Harl. 

1182, 1394, 1415, 1571, 6070 ; Lans. 

900. Her. Coll. D. 5 ; Duo-dale MS. ; 

Phil. 51, P. ; Vincent, 110. Caius Coll. 

575. Qu. Coll. Ixxxvi. 
Indexes to manuscripts in the British 

Museum, relating to the genealogy of 

Yorkshire families, viz.., Harley MSS. 

1420, 1571, 2118, 4198, 4630, 6070, 

and Lansdowne MS. 900, by William 

Paver. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 29,66 k 
The Visitation of Yorkshire, made in the 

year 1584-5 by Ilobert Clover. Edited 

by Joseph Foster. Lond. 1875, 8<'- 
Visitation of Yorkshire, 1530, 1584 and 

1612. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 1487. 
Index to the pedigrees in the Harl. 

MS. 1487. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 

9805. 
Index to all the names and Kesidences in 

the Visitations of Yorkshire for 1530, 

1584^, and 1612, contained in Harley 

MS. 1487, by William Paver. Brit. 

Mus. Add. MS. 29,663. 
Arms and Pedigrees of the Gentry of the 

West liiding of Yorkshire. Brit. Mus. 

Harl. MS. 4630. [A very useful 

addition to Harl. MS. 1487.] 
Hopkinson's pedigrees of gentry of the 

West Biding of Yorkshire, transcribed 

from Harleian M.S. 4630 ; with indexes, 

2 vols. Brit. Mus. Add. MSS. 29,645, 

29,046. 
Pedigrees of the Gentry of the West 

Biding of Yorkshire ; with notes of 

surnames, arms, etc., by John Hopkin- 

son. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 26,739. 



Pedigrees in the West Riding of Yorkshire, 
from Dugdale, Hopkinson, Dr. John- 
ston, and others, with continuations and 
additions by Bichard Frank. Two vol- 
umes large folio. CampsallHall, Co. York. 

Collections of coats of arms and descents 
of several families of the nobility and 
gentry of Yorkshire, collected in 1672 
by John Hopkinson. 2 vols. MSS. 
Campsall Hall, Co. York. 

Yorkshire Genealogy, by Joseph Hunter ; 
containing Pedigrees and notes from the 
Visitations of 1563, 1584—1585, 1565 
— 1566; Pedigrees of the West Riding, 
and Miscellaneous genealogies, 19th 
century. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 24,473. 

Visitation of Yorkshire of 1584, 1585, by 
Robert Glover, and continued to the 
year 1612, by Sir Richard St. George, 
with later additions by Silvanus Morgan 
and Thomas Lloyd, 17th century. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 18,011. 

Visitation of Yorkshire, 1584, 5 and 1612. 
Her. ColL Vincent M>!. 111. 

Visitation of Yorkshire, 1612. Her. Coll. 
MS. C. 13. 

Pedigrees of the Visitation of Yorkshire, 
taken 1584. with continuations to 1656. 
Caius Coll. Camb. MS. 522. 

Visitation of Yorkshire, 1584, 5 and 1665. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 1420. 

Visitation of Yorkshire, 1665. Brit. Mus. 
MSS. Add. 12,482 ; Lans. 826. Her. 
Coll. C. 40. Durh. Cath. Allan, 5. 

The Visitation of Yorkshire, taken in the 
yeares 1665 and 1666 by William 
Dugdale, Esqr. Norroy King of Armes ; 
with additions and index. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MS. 29,644. 

Pedigrees from Sir Wm. Dugdale's Visi- 
tation of Yorkshire, 1665, 1666. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 24,469 f. 75. 

The Visitation of the County of York by 
Sir Wm. Dugdale, begun in 1665 and 
finished in 1666. Edited for the Surtees 
Societf/, by R. Davies. Durh. and 
Lond. 1859, 8o- 

Index to Sir Wm. Dugdale's Visitation of 
the County of York, 1665, 6. By G. 
J. Armytage. Lond. 1872, S«- 

Thirty-seven letters from Sir Wm. Dugdale 
to Dr. N.Johnston, concerning his visita- 
tions of Yorkshire, in 1665 and 1666, 
and two in 1678. MS. vol. 17. Camp- 
sall Hall, Co. York. 



En^glish Counties. 



193 



iiist o£ disclaimers at the Visitation of 
Yorkshire, by Sir Wm. Dugdale in 
1665-66. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 29,692, 
f, 123. 
The Heraldic Visitation of Yorkshire [of 
1580, 1584, 1612 and 1665-6] consoli- 
dated, and the Pedigrees re-arranged 
and placed in alphabetical order, with 
additions from legal evidence and other 
creditable sources, by William Paver. 
3 vols. Brit. Mus. Add. MSS. 29,647 
-29,649. 
Supplement to William Paver's Consoli- 
dated Visitation of Yorkshire, 3 vols. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MSS. 29,650-29,6.52. 
Index to every Surname contained in 
William Paver's Consolidated Visita- 
tions of Yorkshire by the said William 
Paver. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 29,653. 
List of Pedigrees and Alliances in William 
Paver's Consolidated Visitations of 
Yorkshire. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
29,654. 
Residences and Armorial Bearings of the 
Families whose pedigrees are contained 
in William Paver's Consolidated He- 
raldic Visitations of Yorkshire. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 29,655. 
Genealogical Scraps, relating principally 
to Yorkshire Families, but not to any 
of those whose pedigrees appear in 
William Paver's Consolidated Visitation 
of Yorkshire ; derived from various 
sources of evidence and information by 
the said William Paver, 3 vols. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MSS. 29,656—29,658. 
Supplement to AVilliam Paver's Genea- 
logical Scraps, by the said William 
Paver. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 29,659. 
Genealogical Scraps derived from old 
deeds by William Paver, with index. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 29,660. 
List of the Families or Names in William 
Paver's Genealogical Scraps. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 29,661. 
References to pedigrees of Yorkshire 
families, printed and in manuscript, by 
William Paver ; with Additions and 
Corrected Additions. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 29,665. 
Index of the names of Yorkshire families, 
by William Paver ; with references to 
his own collections, and notes of those 
families whose pedigrees a^ in print. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 29,666. 



Pedigrees of the County Families of 
Yorkshire. Compiled by Joseph Fos- 
ter, and authenticated by the members 
of each family. 2 vols. London, 1874, 

40. 

Pedigrees and arms from the Visitations 

of Yorkshire, with additions, 16th cent. 

Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 12,477. 

Arms and Descents of Yorkshire Families, 

16th century. Brit. Mus. Harl. MSS. 

4198, 6070. 

Pedigrees of Yorkshire Families, 17th 

century. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 32,116. 

Pedigrees of Yorkshire Families. Brit. 

Mus. Lans. MS. 205. 
Genealogies of Yorkshire families. MS. 

vol. vi. Eshton Hall, Co. York. 
Descents of several Yorkshire families, by 
Dr. Richardson. MS. Eshton Hall, 
Co. York. 
Collections of Yorkshire Pedigrees. Ashm. 
Lib. 834, art. iii. Qu. Coll. Oxf. MS. 
cxxxi. Brit. Mus. Hari. MS. 2118, f. 
48. 
Pedigrees of Yorkshire families, by 
Nathaniel Johnston. MS. T. 2. Camp- 
sail Hall, Co. York. 
Arms and Pedigrees of Yorkshire, etc., 
families. Stowe MS. 771. Brit. Mus. 
Arms and Pedigrees of the Northern 
Nobility and Gentry ; including York- 
shire, Lancashire, Cheshire, and Dur- 
ham, 17th century. MS. No. xix. 
Towneley Hall, Burnley. 
Collections of Yorkshire pedigrees, in the 
possession of F. Bacon Frank, Esq., at 
Campsall Hall, Co. York. 
Pedigrees of Yorkshire Gentry, by 
Thomas Beckwith, F.S.A., painter, of 
York. MS. vi. Walton Hall, Co. 
York. 
Evidences of Northern Gentry. MS. No. 

XII. Towneley Hall, Burnley. 
Accounts of Thribergh and Reresby fami- 
lies, and accounts of the families of 
Dalton, Brinsforth, Ickles, Temple, 
Brough, Golham, Thamworth, and 
Constable. MS. Y. 1. Campsall Hall, 
Co. York. 
Pedigrees of Yorkshire Families, temp. 
Elizabeth, with some continuations. 
Brit. Mus. Hari. MS. 1995. 
Genealogical Collections chiefly relating 
to Yorkshire families, by Joseph Hun- 
ter. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 24,453. 



194 



English Cotjnties. 



Miscellaneous genealogies, chiefly of York- 
shire and Derbyshire families, with 
arms coloured and in trick, by Joseph 
Hunter, 19th century. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MS. 24,436. 

Genealogical notes on families of cos. York 
and Derby ; with extracts from parish 
registers, etc., by Joseph Hunter, 19th 
century. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 24,605. 

Catalogue or abstract of pedigrees of 
several families in the counties of 
York, Durham, and Leicester, with 
tables, by J. H. MSS. xxiv and xxv. 
Eshton Hall, Co. York. 

The valuable unpublished Collections for 
the County of York, by John Charles 
Brook, Esq., Somerset Herald, in 
several folio volumes, are in the Library 
of Heralds' College. 

Yorkshire Genealogical Gatherings, by 
William Paver. Contains Justices of 
the Peace ; Lists of wills ; index to 
monumental inscriptions, etc. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 29,699. 

Gathering Index, being references to 
various Manuscripts, &c., &c,, such as 
Parish Eegisters, Tuitions and Cura- 
tions. Local Histories, and the like, 
and relating chiefly to pedigrees of 
Yorkshire families, by William Paver. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 29,662. 

Genealogical fragments relating princi- 
pally to Yorkshire ; including scraps 
relating to Yorkshire families ; Lists of 
Knights, etc. by William and Percy 
Woodroffe Paver, 1852. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MS. 29,692. 

Genealogical catalogues, or lists illustra- 
tive of the genealogy of the county of 
York, compiled or transcribed by 
William Paver. Contains lists of 
SheriiTs of Yorkshire from 1069-1845 ; 
Lord Mayors and Sheriffs of York ; 
County gentry, etc. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 29,694. 

Miscellaneous Genealogical and other 
papers relating to Yorkshire, by William 
Paver, Brit. Mus. Add MS. 29,674. 

Collections relating to the County of 
York ; consisting of Inquisitions, 
Escheats, Pedigrees, Charters, etc. by 
Henry Paget. 17th century. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 26,737. 

Collections for a history of South York- 
shire, by Joseph Hunter ; consisting 



chiefly of monumental inscriptions, 
pedigrees, and extracts from parish 
registers ; 19th century. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MS. 24,439. 
Arms in Flower's Visitation of York- 
shire, 1563. Her. Coll. MS. 2. H. 8. 
Arms of Knights of Yorkshire, time of 
Edw. I. ; and Arms, etc. taken from 
Churches and Houses in Yorkshire, 
1584, 85. Brit. Mus. Hark MS. 
1088. 
Arms of the Visitation of Yorkshire, 

1665. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 6832. 
Collection of coats of arms and descents 
of several families of nobility and 
gentry of the East Eiding of York- 
shire, 1672. MS. vol. xxii. Eshton 
Hall, Co. York. 
Collection of coats of arms and descents 
of several families of nobility and gentry 
of the North Hiding of Yorkshire, 17th 
century. MS. xxiii. Eshton Hall, 
Co. York. 
Armorial of Yorkshire (the arms are in 
their proper colours). Campsall Hall, 
Co. York. 
Armorial Bearings of the principal families 
of Yorkshire. MS. iv. Walton Hall, 
Co. York. 
Collection of Coats of Arms and Descents 
of several families of the nobility and 
gentry of the East Riding of Yorkshire. 
MS. v. Walton Hall, Co. York. 
Descriptions of the Arms of Yorkshire 
Families. A.D. 1638. Brit. Mus. Lans. 
MS. 901. 
Warburton's Collections relating to the 
Arms of Yorkshire Families. Brit. 
Mus. Lans. MS. 908. 
Arms, in trick, of Yorkshire Families, 

1706. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 21008. 
Arms, in colours, from Doncaster, Pom- 
fret, and other churches in Yorkshire, 
18th century. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
26,752. 
Arms and Inscriptions in Yorkshire 

Churches. Bodl. Lib. MS. 5078. 
Drawings of Ancient Seals of Yorkshire, 
by James Torre and others. Brit. 
Mus. Eg. MS. 2577. 
Tokens issued in the 17th, 18th, and 19th 
centuries in Yorkshire. Also the 
Seals of all the Corporations in that 
County, by William Boyne. Headingly, 
1858, 4''- 



Enr(^LiSH CorNTiEs. 



195 



The Churches of Yorkshire Illustrated, 
by W. H. Hatton. Enriched with 
monumental inscriptions and extracts 
from the parish registers. London, 
1880, &c. 4P- 

Church Notes in Yorkshire. Her. Coll. 
Vincent MS. 197, C. Qu. Coll. Oxf . 
MS. Ixxxvi. 

Collection of Church Notes and of Tran- 
scripts from Church Registers of the 
North Riding of Yorkshire, made by 
Mr. Dixon, of Middlesham. MS. yii. 
Walton Hall, Co. York. 

Extracts, genealogical, from monumental 
inscriptions in Yorkshire churches, by 
William Paver. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
29,676. Index to the foregoing 
Extracts, 29,688, f. 157. 

Abstracts of marriage licences granted by 
the Ecclesiastical Court of York from 
1567 to 1714, by William Paver, 2 
■ vols. Brit. Mus. Add. MSS. 29,667. 
29,668. Index to the foregoing Abs- 
tracts, Add. MS. 29,669. 

Extracts from marriage licences granted 
by the Ecclesiastical Court of York 
from 1567 to 1714, by William Paver. 
This volume consists principally of 
licences relating to the gentry and 
persons in a good position. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MS. 29,670. Index to the fore- 
going Extracts, Add. MS. 29,671. 

Notes of marriage and other licences 
granted in the Ecclesiastical Court of 
York from 1609 to 1618, by William 
Paver. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 29,672. 

Notes derived from marriage licences 
granted by the Ecclesiastical Court of 
York from 1609 to 1618, by William 
Paver. Brit. Mus. Add, MS. 29,673. 

Extracts from Parish Registers of York- 
shire, by William Paver. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MSS. 29,674, 29,675. Index to 
the foregoing Extracts, 29,688, f. 
79. 

Extracts from Yorkshire parish registers, 
by Joseph Hunter. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 24,469. 

Notices of births, marriages and deaths 
of gentry of Yorkshire, and of many 
citizens of York, from 1772—1833; 
extracted from newspapers by William 
Paver. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 29,690. 
Index to the foregoing Noftces by P. 
W. Paver, 29,691. 



Particulars of births, marriages and 
deaths, of Yorkshire gentry, etc., from 
1716 to 1762, derived from the 
Historical Register and Gentleman's 
Magazine ; with index to the surnames. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 29,693. 

Lords of Manors in Co, York, 9 Edw. II. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 26,099. 

Names and arms of Yorkshire Knights 
who served under King Edward I. in 
Scotland and elsewhere. MS. C. il. 
Campsall Hall, Co. York. 

Lists of Knights, etc. by tenure in York- 
shire ; from the Red Book in the 
Exchequer. Brit. Mus. Lans. MS. 
900, ff. 8, 57. 

A Catalogue of Knights, Baronets, 
Esquires, and Gentlemen of Yorkshire, 
by R. Gascoigne. Heralds' College. 

A Catalogue of all the Sheriffs of York- 
shire, from 1154—1709. "John 
Hopkinson's Booke." Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 26,738. 

A catalogue of the Sheriffs of Yorkshire, 
from 1155 to 1652, with their arms. 
Brit. Mus. Lans. MS. 865, f. 129 b. 

Collection of all the Sheriffs of Yorkshire, 
from A.D. 1155 ; with their arms. 
MS. XXXV. Eshton Hall, Co. York. 

Justices of the peace for Yorkshire, 1647- 
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The Bradford Antiquary. Published for 
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Extracts from the parish register of Shef- 
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Some of the more remarkable entries in 
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Copy of a Register of children baptized 
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On the Monuments in the Shrewsbury 
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Temple Newsam : its history and anti- 
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A List of all the Mayors and Bailiffs, 
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The Register of Baptisms in York Minster, 
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Memoir on a Heraldic Window in York 
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Collection of Epitaphs and Arms from 
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Miscellaneous Collections relating to the 
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Essai historique sur I'lrlande, contenant 
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Ancient Ireland : her Milesian Chiefs, 
her Kings and Princes, her Great Men, 
her Apostle St. Patrick, etc., by Martin 
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A Manuscript in the Irish language on 
the genealogies, achievements, and 
liberality of the chiefs of Teallach 
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A book containing all the Inhabitants of 
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until the Conquest of the English, with 
a brief catalogue of all the kings of the 
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The Question of the Precedency of the 
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A View of the Legal Institutions, Hono- 
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Case illustrative of the Law and Usage 
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as distinguished from the Law of 
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A Brief of sundry Eecords concerning 
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Copies of the Creations of divers Noble- 
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List of the ancient Nobility of Ireland 
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Stemmata Nobilium Antiquorum Hiber- 
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Tabulae Genealogica3 et Nomina Virorum 
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Pedigrees of Magennis, and other Irish 
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The Descent of Irish Families to the time 
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Genealogies of all the Ancient Families of 
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Genealogies of Irish Families. Lamb. 
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Pedigrees of Irish Nobility. Brit. Mus. 
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The Descentes of the meere Irishe Fami- 
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A Book of Pedigress, wherein most of the 
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Fourteen volumes, containing miscel- 
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Pedigrees and obits of families in Ireland. 
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Genealogies of Irish Families. Brit. 
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Various Pedigrees of Irish Families. Brit. 
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Pedigrees of Scotch and Irish families, 
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Description of Ireland, with Notes of the 
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Books containing Lists of the Peers as 
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reign of Queen Elizabeth to the present 
time. Office of Arms, Dublin. 

The names of the Peers of Ireland re- 
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The Nobilitie of the Kingdome of Ire- 
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Four Visitation-books, containing the 
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commissions directed to Nicholas Nar- 
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A List of the Nobility of Ireland, with a 
catalogue of the Governors, Lieutenants 
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year 1622, with their arms. Brit. Mus. 
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Illustrations, historical and genealogical 
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Illustrations, Historical and Genealogical 
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Four volumes of the Pedigrees and Arms 
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The Irish Compendium ; Containing the 
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British Compendium, or Genealogy of the 
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The Irish Compendium ; Containing the 
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with their arms, also a Supplement 
shewing the antiquity, dignity, and use 
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List of the Peerage of Ireland, with their 
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Pedigrees and notices of Irish Families, 
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additions by Sir W. Betham, 10 volumes, 
18th and 19th centuries. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MSS. 23,693—23,702. 

The Peerage of Ireland, by John Lodge, 
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Brit. Mus. Add. MSS. 23,703—23,708. 

Historical and genealogical notes relating 
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Collections for a Baronage of Ireland, by 
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The Peerage of Ireland ; or, a genealogical 
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Irish Compendium : or, Rudiments of 
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Lond. 1756, 12<'- Another edition, 
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Short View of the Families of the present 
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Lond. 1759, 8«- ^ 

The Peerage of Ireland : A Genealogical 
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2 vols. Lond. 1768, 8«- C.-hU^^^y^^^ 
The Peerage of Ireland, a complete View 

of the several Orders of Nobility, their 
Descents, Marriages, Issue, etc., by E. 
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The New Peerage, or Present State of the 
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Pedigrees and Arms of the Peers of Ire- 
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Pedigrees of Irish Peers, taken from 
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I few additions. 2 vols. Brit. Mus. 

I Add. MSS. 14,838 ; 14,839. 

I The Peerage of Ireland, or a Genealogical 

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Ireland in '98. Sketches of the Principal 
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i Peerage of Ireland. See " British Family 
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j and V. Lond. 1809, 4P- 
A Biographical Peerage of Ireland, in 
which are memoirs and characters of 
the most celebrated persons of each 
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Biographica Hibernica. A biographical 
dictionary of the worthies of Ireland 
from the earliest period to the present 
time, by Richard Ryan. 2 vols. Lond. 
1819-21, 8«- 
Remarks upon the Ancient Peerage of 
Ireland, attributed to W. Lynch. 
Dubl. 1829, so- 
Historical Sketches of the native Irish 
and their Descendants, by Chr. Ander- 
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An appeal in the Cause of ex-Parlia* 
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Ancient Baronage o£ Ireland : with a 
comparative examination into the usages 
or laws of descent of the peerage of 
England, Scotland, and Ireland, by 
Edw. Bermingham calling himself 
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The United Irishmen ; their lives and 
times, with numerous portraits, by 
Rich. Eobt. Madden. First series, 
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An account of the Kings, Nobility, and 
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an account of these since raised to and 
further advanced in the Peerage until 
1694, by William Camden. Second 
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The Peerage of Scotland : Containing an 
Historical and Genealogical Account of 
the Nobility of that Kingdom. 
Collected from the Publick Records of 
the Nation, the Charters and other 
Writings of the Nobility, and from the 
most approved Histories, by George 
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An Exact List of the Peers of Scotland, 
at the Time of the Union. Lond. 1719, 
folio sheet. 
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1719, 12^- : — Afterwards known as the 
" Scot's Compendium." 
Rudiments of Honour; or, the second 
part of the British Compendium, 
wherein is contained a particular account 
of the present Nobility of Scotland, viz. 



their descents, with all their coats of 
arms. To which is added, an intro- 
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Francis Nichols. Lond. 1720, le^- 
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of Honour ; vol. 2 containing the origin 
of the Scots and succession of their 
Kings, also the titles of all the Scottish 
Nobility, with their arms, and an intro- 
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Lond. 1725, S"- Other editions in 
1729, and 1741. 
An account of various noble Scottish 
families, with topographical notes, 
written in 1728. MS. No. 5. Catholic 
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List of the Peerage of Scotland, with 
their Titles at large. Blazon of their 
Arms, Dates of their Creations, and 
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the_ Nobility of that Kingdom, from 
their Origin to the present generation, 
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and Historical Account of all the Peers 
of that Ancient Kingdom, their Des- 
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Marriages, and Issue. Together with a 
like account of all the attainted Peers ; 
and a Complete Alphabetical List of 
those Nobles of Scotland whose titles 
are extinct, by 3[, A^iidn. Lond. 1767, 
8«' I. h'.^J-^ 

The Peerage of Scotland, by E. Kimber. 

Lond. 1767 12^' 
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the Peerage of Scotland. By a Peer of 
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of Honour, containing the succession 
of Scots Kings, from Fergus. Also 
the Nobility of Scotland, with their 
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list of Scots Baronets, by Francis 
Nichols. Lond. 1752, 8«- Other editions 
in 1756 and 1764. 

The Nature and Descent of Ancient 
Peerages connected with the State of 
Scotland, the Origin of Tenures, the 
Succession of Fiefs, and the constitu- 
tion of Parliament in that Country, by 
George Wallace, Esq. Second edition. 
Edinb. 1785, SO- 

Proceedings relating to the Peerage of 
^'cotland, from January 1707, to April 
1788, by William Kobertson. Edinb. 

1790, 4«- 

Memorial to Shew that the eldest Son of 
the King has right by his birth to the 
Principality and Great Stewardship of 
Scotland, and is a Peer of that King- 
dom, by the Style and Titles of the 
Duke of Rothesay, Earl of Carrick, etc. 

1791, 4''' 

Report of Claims preferred to the House 
of Lords in the Cases of the Cassillis, 
Sutherland, Spynie, and Glenc^rn 
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of illustrative documents, by J. Maid- 
ment. Edinb. 1882, S''- Only 50 
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The Baronage of Scotland ; containing an 
historical and genealogical account of 
the gentry of that Kingdom, by 
Sir Robert Douglas. Edinb. 1798, 
fol. 

A Collection of Pedigrees of Scotch 
Families, to the year 1798, 2 vols, 
folio. Brit. Mus. Add. MSS. 14,836 ; 
14,837. 

Historical and genealogical notes relating 
to the English, Irish, and Scotch 
Nobility, by John Lodge, 18th century. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 23,709. 

Don, a poem. With notes, giving an 
account of the ancient families, by 
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Peerage of Scotland. See Britisl^ Family 
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their Origin to the Present Generation, 
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present period, by John Philip Wood. 
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attainted, and extinct titles, etc. 
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Scotland, by Lord Rossmore. Lond. 
1830. 80- 

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Banks. Edin. 1830, H^- 

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Succession to Scottish Peerages, by Sir 
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Case of the Baronets of Scotland and 
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The Great Historic Families of Scotland, 
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Armes of Scotland and England, 1559 ; 
being those assumed by Mary, as Queen 
of Scots and Dauphiness of France, 
quartering the arms of England. Brit. 
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Arms of the Kings, Nobility and Gentry 
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6119. 

Arms of Scotch Nobility, etc. 17th 
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Arms of the Nobility of Scotland. Brit. 
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Arms of the Nobilitv of Scotland. Brit. 
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Arms, Crests, and Supporters of Scottish 
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Arms, Crests, and Mottoes of Scottish 
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Arms and Effigies of some of the Scottish 
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Arms of certain Scotch Families Brit. 
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An Ordinarv of Arms of Scotland. Brit. 
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Portraits and Arms of Ilobert I., David 
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their wives ; arms of the Hamiltons, 
with their wives ; and arms of other 
noblemen of Scotland, with crests ^vnd 



mottoes ; in colours, Kith centurv. 
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The Armes of the Crown e of Scotland, 
and the Nobilitie of the same ; with 
their Crestes, Supporters, and Mottoes, 
in colours, 16th century. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MS. 26,695. 

Arms of Scottish Noblemen, 16th cent. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 3526. 

Facsimile of an ancient Heraldic MS., 
emblazoned by Sir David Lyndsay, 
Lyon King of Armes, 1542. Edinb. 
1822, fol. 

Scottish Arms, being a collection of armo- 
rial bearings, A.D. 1370 to 1678. Re- 
produced in facsimile from contempo- 
rary manuscripts. With heraldic and 
genealogical notes, by KobertB. Stodart. 
2 vols. Edinb. 1881, foL 

Arms, coloured, of the Kings and Nobility 
of Scotland, by Kobt. Jermvn, 1585. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 6101. 

Scottish Arms. Edinb. 1591, 8*^ 

The Armes of King James VI. and of the 
Nobility of Scotland, in colours, A.D. 
1602. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 1482. 

" The Armes of King James now King of 
Great Brittaine with his issue male, 
and all his Nobilitye of Scotland as 
they are at this present." Brit. Mus. 
Lans. MS. 883, f. iii. 

The Atchievement of King James VI. of 
Scotland, and the Atchievements of the 
Scotch Nobility, in colours. Brit. Mus. 
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A Collection of the names and Arms, in 
proper terms of blazon, belonging to 
the second degree of Gentry in Scotland, 
bv James Pont. Brit. Mus. Sloan 
MS, 940. 

An Alphabet of Arms of the Nobility and 
Gentry of Scotland, 1624, by James 
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Arms of Scotch Peers, with supporters, 
crests, and mottoes, in gold, silver, and 
colours, on engraved outline shields, 17th 
century. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 26,696. 

Arms of Gentilmen and Squyres in Scot- 
lande, 17th century. Brit. Mus. Harl. 
MS. 1039. 

A few Arms of Scottish Families, 17th 
century. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 15,096. 

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Arms, Crests, and Supporters of Scotch 
Nobility ; and a Catalogue of the 
English Nobility with their precedence 
according to their several creations, as 
presented to King Charles II. by Sir 
William Dugdale, 1 Jan. 1677. Stowe 
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The Kecord Book of the Armorial Bear- 
ings of the Kings of Scotland and 
Great Britain, and of the Archbishops, 
Bishops, Nobility, and G-entry of Scot- 
land, commencing in 1678. Lyon 
Office, Edinburgh. 

Arms, in colours, of the Scottish Nobility, 
with notices of Families, 1681. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 17,537. 

Ordinary of Arms of Scotland, by Sir 
George Mackenzie, 17th cent. Also a 
collection of Arms, etc. Brit. Mus. 
Harl. MS. 3740. 

The Badges or Arms of the Nobility of 
Scotland, coloured, 17th century. Brit. 
Mus. Cott. MS. Vesp. E. viii. 

Arms in trick of Scottish Families, in 
alphabetical order, 18th century. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 26,697. 

Arms, in colours, of the Nobility and 
Gentry of Scotland, Registered in the 
Lyon Office of Arms, 1721. Brit. 
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The arms of the Nobility of England, 
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Simbol Armorial des Armoiries de France, 
et d'Escoce et de Lorraine, par J. Le 
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Select us diplomatum et numismatum 
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Edinb. 1739. fol. 

Introduction to Anderson's Diplomata 
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Register of the Great Seal of Scotland, 
A.D. 1513-1824, edited by James B. 
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1882. 8«- 

The Salt - Foot Controversy ; and an 
Appendix containing some ^^marks on 
the present state of the Lyon Office. 
Only 100 copies printed. 8°- 



The Lyon Office in Retreat, by Joseph 

Foster. Lond. n.d. So- 
Concerning Officers of Arms at Edinburgh, 
and Injunctions, by Sir David Lindsay, 
Lyon King of Arms, to be observed 
by all Officers of Arms, 1574. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 19797 pp. 252— 
257. 

The Institution of the Order of the 
Knighthood of John in Scotland. The 
Names of the Knights Baronets made 
by Sir Wm. Alexander, Earl of Stirling, 
by his patent from his Majesty of Nova 
Scotia, 1625—1638. Brit. Mus. Add. 
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Northern Notes and Queries, or The 
Scottish Antiquary. A Magazine of 
Archaeology, Etymology, Folklore, 
Genealogy, Heraldry, etc. 2 vols. 
Edinb. 1886—88, 8°- In progress. 

Various Tracts concerning the Peerage of 
Scotland, collected from Public Records, 
original Instruments, and authentic 
Manuscripts, by James Carmichael. 
Edinb. 1791, 4«- 

Ancient Heraldic and Antiquarian Tracts, 
by James Balfour. Edinb. 1837, 8°- 

A Collection of the most Remarkable 
Accounts that relate to the Families of 
Scotland, drawn up by Sir George 
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3740 ; Add. MS. 12,464. 

Short Remarks concerning many of the 
Scotch Nobility, by Secretary Davison. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MSS. 290, f. 255 ; 
291, fE. m, 77, 78, 80. 

A Vindication of Robert the Third, King 
of Scotland, from the Imputation of 
Bastardy ; by the clear proof of 
Elizabeth Mure (daughter of Sir Adam 
Mure, of Rowallan), her being the 
first lawful wife of Robert the Second, 
then Steward of Scotland, and Earl of 
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Tarbat- Edinb. 1695, 4o- 

Allegations against the surmised Title of 
the Queen of Scotes, and Favourers of 
the same. 1565, 4i^- 

A defence of the honour of the right 
highe, mightye and noble Princesse 
Marie Queue of Scotlande, of her right, 
title and intereste to the succession of 
the crowne of England, by John Leslie, 
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A Treatise concerning the Defence of the 
Honour of the right high, mightie 
and noble princesse Marie, Queene of 
Scotland : with a declaration of her 
right, title and interest to the succes- 
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Morgan Philippes. Leodi, 1571, S''- 
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Histoire Abregee de tous les Roys de 
France, Angleterre et Escosse, raise en 
ordre par forme d'Harraonie ; contenant 
aussi un brief discours de I'ancienne 
alliance, et mutuel secours entre la 
France et I'Escosse, par David Chambre. 
Paris, 1579, 8<'- [This was written to 
prove the legality of the title of Mary 
Queen of Scots to the English Throne.] 

A Treatise touching the Right, Title and 
Interest of Princesse Marie, Queen of 
Scotland, and of King James, to the 
Croune of England, with a genealogical 
tree, by John Leslie, Bp. of Ross. 
Rheims, 1584, 8^- [First published in 
Latin, in 1580.] 

Du Droict et Titre de Marie Royne 
d'Escosse et de Jaques VI. a la Succes- 
sion du Royaume d' Angleterre, luith 
genealogical table, by Jean Lesslie, 
Evesque de Rosse. Rouen, 1587, 12"- 

Description of the Western Isles of 
Scotland, called Hybrides, in the year 
1549. With genealogies of the chieff 
ckns of the Isles collected by me. Sir 
Donald Monro. Edinb. 1774. 8«- 
Another edition, 1805. 

The Highlanders of Scotland, their Origin, 
History, and Antiquities, by W. F. 
Skene. 2 vols. Lond. 1837, 8'^- 

A History of the Highlands and Highland 
Clans, Stuart Papers, etc. Illustrated 
by a series of portraits, family arms, 
and other illustrative engravings, by 
James Browne. 4 vols. Lond. 1845. 8o- 

The Clans of the Scottish Highlands, 
illustrated by figures, displaying their 
dress, tartans, arms, and social occupa- 
tions, from sketches by R. R. Mclan. 
With description and historical memo- 
randa of character, mode of life, etc., 
by James Logan. 2 vols. Lond. 1845- 
47. fol. J 

Gaelic Gatherings ; or, the Highlanders 
at Home, from the original paintings 



by R. R. Mclan. with descriptive 
letterpress, by James Logan. Lond. 
1848. fol. Another edition, 1863. 

Clans of the Highlands of Scotland, by 
Thomas Smibert. Numerous coloured 
'plates of the Tartans, and arms in 
gold and colours. Edinb. 1850. 8^- 

Highlanders of Scotland. Portraits illus- 
trative of the principal Clans and 
FoUowings, and the Retainers of the 
Royal Household at Balmoral in the 
reign of Queen Victoria, by Kenneth 
Macleay. Lond. 1870. fol. 

Clanship and the Clans, by M. H. Towry, 
Edinb. and Lond. 1870. 8«- 

History of the Scottish Highlands, High- 
land Clans, and Highland Regiments, 
by John S. Keltic. Edinb. and Lond., 
1875. 8«- 

The Book of the Club of True High- 
landers. A record of the dress, arms, 
customs, etc. of the Highlanders, by C. 
N. Mac Intyre North. 2 vols. Lond. 
1881, fol. 

A List of the Scottish Knights who were 
taken or slain at the battle of Homildon 
Hill, A.D. 1402. MS. belonging to G. 
F. Luttrell, Esq., Dunster Castle. 

A List of the Princes, Dukes, Earls, &c., 
of the Scots King's party slaine and 
taken prisoners. Lond. 1651, fol. 

Lists of Persons engaged in the Rebellion 
in Scotland in 1745, showing their 
places of abode, the particular acts of 
rebellion committed by them, etc. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 19,796. 

A List of Earls and Lords in Scotland. 
Brit. Mus. Cott. MS. Calig. B. v. f. 
156. 

The Royal Province of Scotland and her 
Baronets, by Major Francis Duncan. 
Lond. 1878, 8'^- 

List of Scottish Bishops to 1688. See 
Beatson's " Political Index," vol. iii. — 
to 1851, Haydn's " Book of Dignities." 

A Large new Catalogue of the Bishops of 
the several Sees within the Kingdom of 
Scotland, down to the Year 1688, by 
Robert Keith. Edinb, 1755, 4P- 

Keith's Catalogue of the Bishops of 
Scotland, with MS. addditions. Brit. 
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Catalogue of the Bishops of Scotland, by 
R. Keith. Edited by Dr. Russell, 
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Russell, 1824, 80- See a copy with MS. 
additions in the British Museum. Add. 
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Fasti Ecclesise Scoticanse : the Succession 
of Ministers in the Parish Churches of 
Scotland, from the Reformation, A.D. 
1560, to the Present Time, by Hew 
Scott. 3 vols, in 6 parts. Edin. 1866 
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Reliquiae Divi Andrese ; or, the state of 
the See of St. Andrews, [Fifeshire] 
with historical memoirs of some of 
the most famous Prelates and Primates 
thereof, by George Martine. St. 
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Vitae Dunkeldensis Ecclesiae Episcoporum, 
a prima sedis fundatione ad annum 
1515. Ab Alexandre Myln, ejusdem 
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The Lord Advocates of Scotland from the 
Close of the Fifteenth Century to the 
Passing of the Reform Bill, by George 
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Sketches of the Lives and Characters of 
eminent English Civilians, with an 
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College of Advocates, and an enumer- 
ation of the whole series of Academic 
Graduates admitted into that Society, 
from the Reign of Henry VIII. to the 
close of the year 1803, by one of the 
Members of the College. Lond. 1804, 
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List of Officers of State of Scotland to 
1806. See Beatson's " Political Index," 
vol. iii. — To 1851, see Haydn's 
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List of the Chancellors of Scotland. See 
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The Lives and Characters of the Officers 
of the Crown and State of Scotland, 
from the Reign of King David I. to the 
Union of the Two Kingdoms, by George 
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Memoirs of the secret services of John 
Macky, including, also, the true Secret 
History of the English and Scots 
Nobility. Lond. 1733, S^- [The 
"Characters of the Court" ha« references 
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An Historical Account of the Senators of 
the College of Justice, from its Insti- 
tution in 1532, by G. Brunton and D. 
Haig. Edin. 1832, S°- 

Scotland's Soveraignty asserted, being a 
dispute concerning Homage, against 
those who maintain that Scotland is a 
Few, or Fee-Leige of England, and that 
therefore the King of Scots owes Homage 
to the King of England. By Sir Thomas 
Craig. Lond. 1695, 8^- 

A Vindication of the Honour of Scotland, 
by Sir Thomas Urquhart. Edin. 1782^ 
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Thoughts on the Disqualifications of the 
Eldest Sons of the Peers of Scotland to 
elect or be elected from that Country in 
Parliament, by Alexander Eraser, Lord 
Saltoun. Lond. 1788, 8°- Second edition 
in 1789. 

Some Reasons against the transfer of the 
Jurisdiction of the House of Lords in 
regard to Scottish Titles of Honour to 
the Court of Session, by W. 0. Hewlett. 
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A List of the Nobility and Gentry, now 
sitting in the Scots Parliament, who 
were for and against the Union of the 
Two Kingdoms, 1706. Lord Somers' 
Tracts, 4th Collection, vol. 3. Lond. 
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Names of Lords and Commoners in the 
Scottish Parliament, August 1560. 
Brit. Mus. Cott. MS. Calig, B. ix. f. 144. 

Members of Parliament, Scotland, inclu- 
ding the minor Barons, the Commis- 
sioners for the Shires, and the Commis- 
sioners for the Burghs, 1357 — 1882, on 
the basis of the parliamentary return 
1880, with genealogical and biographi- 
cal notices, by Joseph Foster. Second 
edition, revised and corrected. Lond. 
1882, 8«- Privately printed. 

Return of Owners of Lands and Heritages 
in Scotland, arranged by counties. 
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De Origine, Moribus et Rebus gentis 
Scotorum, by J. Lesley. First edition. 
Portraits and pedigrees. Romae, 1578, 
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Theatrum Scotiie : containing the Pros- 
])ects of Their Majesties Castles and 
Palaces, Towns and Colleges, Abbeys, 
Churches, etc., with a short description 
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with their Arms engraved^ by John 
Slezer. Lond. 1693, £ol. Other editions 
in 1708 and 1874. 

Portraits of Illustrious Persons o£ Scot- 
land, with Biographical Notices, by J. 
Pinkerton. 1794, 4"- 

Biographia Scoticana ; or, a brief histori- 
cal account of the Lives of the most 
eminent Scots Worthies from P. Hamil- 
ton, who was born about the year of 
our Lord 1503, to J. Renwick, who 
was executed 1688, by John Howie. 
2 pts. Glasgow, 1781, 82, 8«- Third 
edition corrected and enlarged. Edinb. 
1796, 8«- Fourth edition, Dundee, 1809, 
8"- Another edition, Leith, 1816, 8"- 

The Scots Worthies who suffered for the 
cause of reformation in Scotland, revised 
and enlarged. By John Howie. 2 vols. 
Glasgow, 1830, 8"- Other editions, 
revised and corrected, in 1858 ; 1870 ; 
1874 ; 1875 ; 1876. 

Lives of Scottish Worthies, by Patrick 
Fraser Tytler. 3 vols. Lond. 1831— 
33, 180- 

The Popular Scottish Biography; being 
lives of eminent Scotsmen. Edinb. 
1841, 12°- 

The Scottish Nation ; or, the Surnames, 
Families, Literature, Honours, and 
Biographical History of the People of 
Scotland, by William Anderson. 3 vols. 
Edinb. 1859. 8°- 

Biographical Dictionary of Eminent 
Scotsmen, with numerous authentic 
Portraits, by Robert Chambers. New 
edition, revised and continued by the 
Rev. Thos. Thomson. 3 vols. Lond., 
Glas. and Edinb. 1868-70, 8«- 

Biographical Dictionary of Eminent 
Scotchmen, by Robert Chambers. 3 
vols. Lond. 1873, 8'^- 

Border Memories ; or Sketches of promi- 
nent Men and Women of the Border, 
by W. R. Carre. Edinb. 1876, 8'^- 

The martial atchievements of the Scots 
nation : being an account of the lives, 
characters and memorable actions of 
such Scotsmen as have signalised them- 
selves by the sword at home and abroad, 
by Patrick Abercromby. Edin. 1711- 
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The Book of Scotchmen eminent for 
Achievements in Arms and Art, Church 
and State, Law, Legislation, and Litera- 



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Concerning some Scotch Surnames, by C. 

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The History of the Royal Company of 
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Papers relative to the Royal Guards of 
^'cottish Archers in France. Edited by 
A. Macdonald for the Maitland Club. 
With a reprint of the tract by A. 
Houston, entitled "L'Escosse Francaise, 
etc., Paris, 1608." Edinb. 1835, 4'>- 
Les Ecossais en France, Les Fran^ais en 
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France from their formation until their 
dissolution, 1418 — 18.30, by W. 
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An Inquiry into the Origin and Limitations 
of the Feudal Dignities of Scotland, by 
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Scotland, by George Seton, Advocate. 
Lond. 1863, 8«- 
The Ceremonial of the Marriage of Mary 
Queen of Scots with the Dauphin of 
France. 1557, 4o- Reprinted in 1818, 
for the Roxburgh Club. 
1. The Riding of the Parliament of Scot- 
land, in 1606 and 1681, and the Cere- 
monials observed in 1685. 2. The 
Statutes and Fees of the Order of the 
Thistle, &c. 3. The Suspension of 
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The Order of the Cavalcade at the Open- 
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James Vll. at Edinburgh, 23 April, 
1685. 
Koyal Progress in Scotland, in 1842, by 
Sir Thomas Dick Lauder, Bart. Edinb. 
1843, 4"- 
Illustrations of the Royal Progress to 

Scotland in 1842. Edmb. 1844, 4o- 
Effigies of the Kings and Queens of 
Scotland from Baliol I. to Mary, Queen 
of Scots ; and Arms of Scottish Nobility 
and Gentry to 1604. IfS. No. 316. 
Lambeth Palace. 
Inscriptiones,Historicse Regum Scotorum, 
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Funerals, with a collection of Epitaphs in 
Latin and English by eminent Scotch- 
men of the day, by Patrick Forbes, 
Bishop of Aberdeen. Aberdene, 1635. 4o- 
An Theater of Mortality; or the illustrious 
inscriptions extant upon the several 
monuments within the Grey -friars 
churchyard, and other churches and 
burial-places within the city of Edin- 
burgh and suburbs, by R. Monteith. 
Edinb. 1704, 8«- 
Theatre of Mortality, or a Collection of 
Funeral Inscriptions over Scotland. 
Edinb. i^^m-^ 80- ly^ ^ 
Collection of Epitaphs and Monumental 
Inscriptions, chiefly in Scotland, (being 
a reprint of the scarce Theater of 
Mortality collected by R. Monteith, 
and published in 1704-13, with large 
additions.) ByD.Macvean. Glas. 1834. 
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The ancient sculptured Monuments of the 
County of Angus, including those at 
Meigle in Perthshire, and one at For- 
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Bannatyne Club, by P. Chalmers. 
Edinb. 1848, fol. 
Collection of Epitaphs and Monumental 
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80- 
Monuments and Monumental Inscriptions 
in Scotland, by the Rev. Cha4es Rogers. 
Published by the Orampian Club. 2 
vols. Lond. 1871, 72, 8"- 



Epitaphs and Inscriptions from Burial 
Grounds and Old Buildings in the 
North East of Scotland, with Historical, 
Biographical, Genealogical and Anti- 
quarian Notes, also an Appendix of 
Illustrative Papers, by Andrew Jervise. 
2 vols. Edinb. 1875-79, 4«- 

Inscriptions on the Tombstones and 
Monuments erected in memory of the 
Covenanters, with historical introduc- 
tion and notes, by James Gibson. Glas. 
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A Succinct Survey of the City of Aberdeen, 
with a Catalogue of Chief Magistrates 
since 1330, by A. Johnstoun, translated 
into English by J. B. Printed by John 
Forbes, Aberdeen, 1685. Reprinted 
for Buchan 1833, 12"- 

The History of Aberdeen ; with biographi- 
cal sketches of eminent men connected 
with the Bishoprick and Colleges, by 
W. Thom. 2 vols. Aberd. 1811, 
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Lives of eminent men of Aberdeen, by 
James Bruce. Aberd. 1841, 12*'- 

Fasti Aberdonenses, 1494 to 1854. 
Spalding Club. Edinb. 1854, 4o- 

List of the Deans of the Guild of Aber- 
deen, from 1436 to 1875, by Alexander 
Walker. Aber. 1875, 8'^- Printed for 
private circulation. 

Aberdeen Town Hall Armorial Bearings. 
Aber. 1877, 8o- 

Armorial Ensigns of the Royal Burgh of 
Aberdeen, by John Cruickshank, with 
a Memorial sketch of the author, by 
Prof. Geddes. Aberd. 1888, 4«- 

List of PoUable Persons within the Shire 
of Aberdeen, 1696. Edited by J. Stuart. 
2 vols. Aberd. 1844, 4°- 

Inverurie and the Earldom of Garioch 
with a genealogical appendix of Garioch 
Families, by John Davidson. Edinb. 
1878, 4«- 

Records of Argyll : legends, traditions, 
and recollections of Argyllshire High- 
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Edinb. 1885, 8«- 

Topographical Description of Ayrshire ; 
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the principal families in that Bailiwick, 
by George Robertson. Edinb. 1820, 
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A Genealogical Account of the Principal 
Families in Ayrshire, more particularly 
in Cunninghame, by George Kobertson. 
3 vols. Irvine, 1823—25, S^- Supple- 
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History of the County of Ayr ; with a 
Genealogical Account of the Families 
of Ayrshire, by James Paterson. 2 vols. 
Ayr, 1847—52, S"- 

An Account of the Tournament at Eglin- 
ton, revised and corrected by several of 
the Knights. To which is prefixed a 
sketch of Chivalry, and of the most 
remarkable Scottish Tournaments, by 
James Aikman. Edinb. 1839, 4«- 

Tournament at Eglintou, 28th and 30th 
August, 1839. Glas. 1839, 12<'- 

Egflinton Tournament. By John 



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A History of Kilmarnock, from an early 
period to the present time ; including 
biographical notices of the more eminent 
individuals belonging to the locality, 
by Archibald Mackay. Kilmarnock, 
1848, 8«- Second edition, 1858. Third 
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The Names of 136 Knights and Noble- 
men that were with Edw. III. at the 
Siege of Barwick. Brit. Mus. Harl. 
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Dryburgh Abbey, its Monks and its Lords. 
Third edition, Lond. 1864, 8^- 

History of the County of Bute, and 
Families connected therewith, by John 
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Caithness Family History, by John 
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Notes of Charters, etc., by the Right 
Hon. Thomas Earl of Melrose, to the 
Vassals of the Barony of Drem : From 
1615 to 1627. Edinb. 1830, 8"- Only 
35 copies printed. 

History of Dumbartonshire, with Genea- 
logical Notes of the Principal Families 
in the County, by Joseph Irving. 
Dumbarton, 1860, 4«- 

The Book of Dumbartonshire ; a history 
of the county, burghs, parishes, and 
lands, memoirs of families, etc., by 

Joseph Irving. 3 vols. Edinb. 1879, 

40. 

The Historical Families of Dumfriesshire 
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List of Knights at the Siege of Karlave- 

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Cahg. A. XVIII. 
Names and Arms of the Lords and Knights 

who were with King Edward I. at the 

siege of Karlaverock, A.D. 1300. Brit. 

Mus. Harl. MS. 1068; Stowe MS. 

201. 
Les Noms et les Armes des Chevaliers 

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1300. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 5848, f. 

155. 
Other lists of names of the nobles at the 

siege of Karlaverock. 1300. Brit. Mus. 

Harl. MSS. 1196, f. 53 ; 2213, f, 28; 

2000, f . 23 ; 1408, f 143 ; 1487, f . 

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The Siege of Carlaverock, with the Arms 

of the Earls, Barons, and Knights who 

were present on the occasion, by 

Nicholas Harris Nicolas. Lond. 1828, 

40. 

Roll of Karlaverock containing the ban- 
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Arms at the Siege of, 10th July 1300. 
Emblazoned by A. P. Harrison, etc. 
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The Roll of Arms of the Princes, Barons, 
and Knights who. attended King 
Edward I. to the siege of Carlaverock 
in 1300. Edited by Thos. Wright. 
With the Coat-Armours emblasoned, 
etc. Lond. 1864, 4"- 

The Book of Carlaverock, by William 
Eraser. 2 vols. Edinb. 1873, 4«- 

Memorials of St. Michael's, the Old Parish 
Churchyard of Dumfries, by William 
MacDowall. Edinb. 1876, S^- 

Biographical Annals of the Parish of 
Coliuton, Edinburghshire, by Thomas 
Murray. Edinb. 1863, 8''- 

The Ancient and Modern State of the 
Parish of Cramond, to which are 
added Biographical and Genealogical 
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considerable families and individuals 
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[The Genealogical and Biographical 
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An Historical Account of the Blue Blan- 
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Prerogatives of the Crafts of Edin- 
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Sketch of the History of the High Con- 
stables of Edinburgh, by James D. 
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printed. 

A Catalogue of the Graduates in the 
Faculties of Arts, Divinity, and Law, 
of the University of Edinburgh, since 
its foundation. Edinb. 1858, 8"- 

Portraits of the High Officers and Pro- 
fessors of the University of Edinb. by 
W. Hole. Edinb. 1884, 4 • 

An Theater of Mortality, or, The Illus- 
trious Inscriptions upon Monuments 
in Edinburgh, etc. by E. Monteith. 
Edinb. 1704, 80- 

Monumental Inscriptions, selected from 
Burial-Grounds at Edinburgh, by A. 
Duncan. Edinb. 1815, 8"- 

The Epitaphs and Monumental Inscrip- 
tions in Greyfriars Churchyard, Edin- 
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With an introduction and notes by D. 
Laing. Edinb. 1867, 8«- 

Notes on Burghead [co. Elgin], with 
Notices of Families connected with the 
place, by Robt. Young. Elgin, 1868, 
8«- Privately printed. 

The lioyal Tombs at Dunfermline [Fife- 
shire]. By E. Henderson. Dunferm- 
line, 1856, 12«- 

The Fife and Kinross Register for 1818, 
(1828) containingaccurate lists of public 
offices, office-bearers, etc. within these 
counties. Cupar, 1818-1828, 12«- 

Biographical Dictionary of Eminent Men 
of Fife of past and present times, by 
M. F. Conolly. Cupar-Fife, 1866, 
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Register of the Collegiate Church of 
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remarks by the Rev. C. Rogers. Pub- 
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Register of Baptisms and Marriages in 
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Fife, in Scotland. Burntisland, Kir- 
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Memorials of Angus and the Mearns, by 
Andrew Jervise. Edinb. 1861, AP- 

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Andrew Jervise ; re-written and cor- 
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Edinb. 1885, ^^■ 

Dundee Celebrities of the nineteenth cen- 
tury : being a series of biographies of 
distinguished or noted persons connected 
by birth, residence, etc. with the town 
of Dundee, by W. Norrie. Dundee, 
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Roll of Eminent Burgesses of Dundee, 
1513-1886. Privately printed, 1887. 

Mary ton Parish. Landed Proprietors 
from the Twelfth Century, by William 
R. Eraser. Montrose n.d. 12°- Re- 
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Coltness Collections, 1608-1840. Edited 
by J. Dennistown for the Maitland 
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An Inquiry as to the Armorial Insignia 
of the City of Glasgow, by A. Mac- 
george. Glas. 1866, 4P' Privately 
printed. 

The Old Country Houses of the old Glas- 
gow Gentry, wath descriptive notices 
of the Houses and Families. Glas. 
1870, 4P- Second edition, Revised and 
enlarged by J. G. Smith and J. 0. 
Mitchell. Glas. 1878, 4P- 

Glasgow Registers : — Liber ProtocoUorum 
M. Cuthberti Simonis, notarii et scribaj 
Glasguensis, 1499-1513 ; also Rental 
Book of the Diocese of Glasgow, 1509- 
1570 ; edited by J. Bain and the Rev. 
Dr. Rogers for the Grampian Club. 
2 vols. Lond. 1875, 8^- 

Social Life in Former Days, chiefly in the 
Province of Moray. Illustrated by 
Letters and Family Papers, by Edward 
Dunbar Dunbar. Edinb. 1865, 8«- 
Second series, 1866. 

The Jacobite Lairds of Gask, by Thomas 
Lawrence Kington Oliphant. Pub- 
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1870, 8«- 

The Red Book of Menteith, see under 
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The Provosts of Methven : Biographical 
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etc. by T. Morris. Edinb. 1874, S^- 
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Transcript of the Register of Baptisms 
Muthill, Perthshire, from 1697 to 1847. 
Edited by the Kev. A. W. C. Hallen. 
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Perthshire in bygone days : one hundred 
biographical essays, by P. 11. Drum- 
mond. Lond. 1879, 8«- 

The Book of Perth. Edited by J. P. 
Lawson. Edin. 1847, 8<*- 

The Presbytery of Perth ; or, memoirs of 
the members, ministers of the several 
parishes within the bounds, from the 
Eeforraation to the present time, l)y 
John Wilson. Perth, 1860, 8^ 

A Genealogical History of the Eoyal 
Family of Stuart, from the year 1031, 
to the year 1710 ; to which are prefixed 
a general description of the Shire of 
Renfrew, and a deduction of the Noble 
FamiHes, proprietors there, down to the 
present time, by George Crawfurd. 2 
parts. Edin. 1710, fol. 

History of the Shire of Renfrew, contain- 
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Royal House of Stewai't, also a Genea- 
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Gentry of the County of Renfrew, by 
George Crawfurd. Paisley, 1782, 4<^- 



Renfrewshire, by Crawfurd and Robertson, 
with Genealogical History of the Royal 
House of Stewart and other Noble and 
Ancient Families. Paisley, 1818, 4^- 

A History of the Battle of Bannockburn, 
fought A.D. 1314, with notices of the 
principal warriors who engaged in that 
conflict. With map and armorial 
bearings, by Robert White. Edin. 
1871, 8«- 

Scotland in 1298. Documents relating to 
tlie campaign of King Edward I., and 
especially to the Battle of Falkirk. 
Edited by Henry Gough. Paisley, 
1888, 4«- 

The Parish of Strathblane, and its Inhabi- 
tants from Early History : A Chapter 
of Lennox History by John Guthrie 
Smith. Glas. 1886, 4«- 

The Sherifdome of Wigtoun, by T. Pont. 
1600, fol. 

The Agnews of Lochnaw. A History of 
the Hereditary Sheriffs of Galloway, 
wdth contemporary anecdotes, traditions, 
and genealogical notices of old families 
of the Sheriffdom, 1330 to 1747, by Sir 
Andrew Agnew. Edin. 1864, 8^ 

History of the Lands and their Owners in 
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The Royal Tribes of Wales, by Philip 
Yorke. Lond. and Wrexham, 1799, 4^^- 

The Descents of the British Kings and 
Princes, to A.D. 1233. Brit. Mus. 
Harl. MS. 1949. 

Genealogies of the British Kings, 15th 
century. Brit. Mus. Add. MS 18,268, 
a.b. 

Arms and Pedigrees of Welsh Princes. 
MS. Tabley House, Cheshire. 

The Princes of Upper Powys, by th^ 
Hon. and Rev. George Thomas Orlando 
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History of the Princes of South Wales, 
by the Rev. the Hon. George T. O. 
Bridgeman. Wigan, 1876, 8°- Privately 
printed. 

The History of the Princes, the Lords 
Marcher, and the Ancient Nobility of 
Powys Fadog, and the Ancient Lords 
of Arwystli Cedewen, and Meirionydd, 
by J. Y. W. Lloyd. 4 vols. Lond. 
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A book written chiefly in Celtic, being 
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A short History of Wales, from A.D. 

688 to A.D. 936, with some Genealo- 

i^ies and Epitaphs. Brit. Mus. Harl. 

MS. 3325. 
History of Welsh Heroes, with Pedigrees, 

etc ' Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 4181. 

Collection of Pedigrees, containing the 
fifteen tribes and five royal tribes of 
Wales.— "Y Llyfr Gwyn." In the 
hand writing of llobert Yaughan, I7th 
century. Hengwrt MS. 85. Peniarth. 

British Antiquities revived, or a friendly 
contest touching the Soveraignty of 
the Three Princes of Wales in ancient 
times, to which is added the Pedigree 
of the Earl of Carbery and an account 
of the five Koyall Tribes of Cambria, 
by Robert Vaughan. Oxford, 1662, 
4"- Another edition, Bala, 1834, 4'^- 

Genealogy and Heraldry, by Robert 
Vaughan, the antiquar}'^, of Hengwrt. 
Hengwrt MS. 436, at Peniarth. 

On the Tribe of Ednowain Bendew, by 
H. F. J. Vaughan. See " Archieologia 
Cambrensis," fourth series. Vols. 7 to 
10. Lond. 1876—79, S^- 

Cambria Triumjplians^ or Brittain in its 
perfect Lustre, shewing the Origen and 
Antiquity of that Illustrious Nation. 
The Succession of their Kings and 
Princes, from the first, to King Charles 
of Happy memory. The manner of 
the Investure of the Princes, with the 
Coats of Arms of the Nobility, by 
Percy Enderbie. Lond. 1661. fol. 
Reprinted in 1810. 

Owen Glendower. History of the Ancient 
Britons ; Genealogical and Topographi- 
cal, by Rev. Tho. Thomas. Haverford- 
west, 1822, 8«- 

Annals and Antiquities of the Counties 
and County Families of Wales ; con- 
taining a Record of all Ranks of the 
Gentry, their Lineage, Alliances, Ap- 
pointments, Armorial Ensigns, and 
Residences ; with many ancient Pedi- 
grees and Memorials of Old and Extinct 
Families. By Thomas Nicholas. 2 
vols. Lond. 1872, S^- 

Annals, etc., of the County Families of 
Wales, by Thomas Nichol^. Second 
edition revised and much enlarged. 2 
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The Originals and Descents of the 
Nobility, Barony, and Gentry, in the 
Realme of England and Principality of 
Wales, by Richard Butcher. St. John's 
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Genealogical History of the ancient and 
present Nobility and Gentry of Wales, 
by Hugh Thomas. Brit. 'Mus. Harl. 
MSS. 6823, 6831, 6870. 

Names and Arms of the Ancient Nobility 

and Knights of England and Wales, 

temp. Hen. III. See the Antiquarian 

Repertory, vol. i. 
Ancient Descents of Gentlemen in Wales. 

Her. Coll. Vincent MS. 180. 
Welsh and Anglo-Saxon Genealogies, in 

Welsh, 17th century. Brit. Mus. Add. 

MS. 19,761. 
The Ancient Descent of divers noble 

houses and worthy gentlemen springing 

from Wales, with the Arms in trick, 

18th century. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 

14,914. 
Descents and Arms of Welsh Families, 

temp. Henry vii. Ashm. Lib. MS. 

32. 
Visitation of Wales, 1530, Her. Coll. H. 

8 ; Vincent, 148. 
Copies of some Pedigrees in Fellows' 

Visitation of Wales, 1530. Her. Coll. 

MS F. 9. 
The Original Visitation of the three 

Counties, " uwch Conwy." MS. No. 

33. Peniarth. [This MS. was printed, 

but very incorrectly, from a copy, 

under the editorship of Sir Samuel R. 

Meyrick. 1846.] 
Heraldic Visitation of Wales, and part of 

the Marches, between the years 1586 

and 1613, by Lewys Dwnn. " Edited by 

Sir Samuel-Rush Meyrick. 2 vols. 

Llandovey, 1846, 4^- 
Collection of Welsh Pedigrees, by Randle 

Holmes, 17th century. MS. No. 4. 

Peniarth. 
Genealogical Collections, by Robert 

Vaughan, of Hengwrt. MS. No. 6. 

Peniarth. 
Collection of Pedigrees, mostly of Wales, 

in the autograph of Robert Vaughan. 

Hengwrt MS. 96. Peniarth. 
Genealogical Collections, chiefly by Grif- 
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MSS. 107, 109. Peniarth. 



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Collections of Pedigrees by Griffith 
Hiraetliog and William Lleyn, 16th 
century. Hengwrt MSS. Ill, 112. 
Peniapjbh. 

A genealogical MS. of the fifteenth cen- 
tury, mostly in the autograph of Guttyn 
Owen. Hengwrt MS. 113. Peniarth. 

A genealogical MS. in Welsh, early 15th 
century. Hengwrt MS. 121. Peniarth. 

Collection of Poetry and Genealogy, 
by Simwnt Vychan, 16th century. 
Hengwrt MS. 130. Peniarth. 

Collection of Poetrj^ and Genealogy, writ- 
ten about the year 1505. Hengwrt. 
MS. 171. Peniarth. 

Collection of Welsh Pedigrees, chiefly in 
the handwriting of John Davies, 17th 
century. Hengwrt MS. 198. Peniarth. 

Collection of Poetry and Welsh Pedi- 
grees, with lists of the Sheriffs of the 
Counties of Flint and Denbigh, chiefly 
by Sion Tudur and John Jones, 16th 
century. Hengwrt MS. 203. Peniarth. 

Collection of Welsh Pedigrees, nearly all 
in the autograph of John Cain, 17th 
century. Hengwrt MS. 216. Peniarth. 

Welsh Genealogies, chiefly in the hand- 
writing of Griffith Hiraethog, the Welsh 
genealogist and poet, 16th century. 
Hengwrt MSS. 238, 256, at Peniarth. 

Welsh pedigrees. Hengwrt MSS. 93, 
95, 105, 121, 232, 324, 458, 502, 513, 
537, at Peniarth. 

A very valuable collection of Welsh 
pedigrees. Hengwrt MS. 455, at 
Peniarth. 

Collections of Welsh Pedigrees. Caius 
Coll. Camb. MS. 537, f. 211. Her. 
Coll. Vincent MSS. 135-137. 

Collections of Welsh Pedigrees, with 
notices of the Nobility, and descriptions 
of their arms. MSS. Nos. 113; 114. 
16th century. Mostyn Hall, Holywell. 

Collection of Welsh Pedigrees, with an 
Ordinary of Arms, by Peter Ellis. Two 
volumes. Brit. Mus. Add. MSS. 
28033; 28034. 

Genealogies of the principal Families of 
Wales, in 2 vols. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MSS. 15,017 ; 15,018. 

Pedigree of Rowland, son and heir to 
Thomas Pughe, of Pymwern, and 
descents of families in connection, 1642 ; 
Descent of Jane, mother to Kowland 
Morgan ; Descent of Gwladis, daughter 



of Sir David Gam, knt. ; and various 
other pedigrees of Welsh families, par- 
ticularly of Owen, Gwyn, and Lloyd, 
17th cent. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
14,915. 

A collection of Pedigrees of Welsh 
Families, by Jevan ap John Wyn, 
1579. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 14,916. 

Pedigrees of a few Welsh Families, com- 
piled about 1587. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
12,471. 

A Collection of Welsh Pedigrees, compiled 
circ. 1590. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
18,114. 

Pedigrees of Welsh families in Cos. Car- 
marthen, Pembroke, and Cardigan, by 
Lewis Dwnn, Deputy Herald, 1586 — 
1613. Brit. Mus. Eg. MS. 2585. 

Pedigrees of Welsh families, by George 
Owen of Henllys, 1590—1603. Brit. 
Mus. Eg. MS. 2586. 

Pedigrees of Welsh families, 16th and 17th 
centuries. Brit. Mus. Eg. MS. 2587. 

Welsh Pedigrees, 17th century. Formerly 
belonged to Wm. Phillips. MS. No. 
xxxviii. Towneley Hall, Burnley. 

Collection of Welsh Pedigrees by David 
Williams, of Bodeulwyn, chiefly relating 
to the families of Lloyd, Vaughan, 
Holand, Conway, and Ellis. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MS. 14,896. 

Collection of Welsh Genealogies, compiled 
by Hugh Thomas, deputy to Garter 
King-at-Arms in 1703, with additions. 
[These genealogies are comprised in four 
volumes and are known as the Golden 
Grove Book. They belong to the Right 
Hon. the Earl of Cawdor and are 
deposited in the Public Record Office, 
London.] 

Collection of Pedigrees of Welsh Families, 
17th and 18th centuries. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MSS. 14,917—14,919. 

Miscellaneous Welsh Pedigrees, collected 
by Lewis Morris and William Morris, 
18th century. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
14,942. 

Collections of Pedigrees of Welsh Families, 
16th to 18th centuries. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MS. 6915 ; 9864—9867 ; 15,041. 

Genealogical Collections relating to Wales. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MSS. 1970—1979, 
2291, 2299, 2414, 3325, 3525, 3538, 
5058, 5800, 6068, 6102, 1969, 1997, 
2218, 4031, 6153, 2094. 



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Long pedigree, with coloured arms, com- 
mencing with Paen de Gamedge, A.D. 
1066, and others, in three lines down to 
1608, when Robert Sydney, Viscount 
Lisle, married Barbara Gamedge. Com- 
piled by Thomas Jounes, of Fountain 
Gate, Co. Cardigan, West Wales. MS. 
Tatteshale, Co. Lincoln. 

The Scripture Genealogy, by John Rey- 
nold's, 1739, consisting chiefly of Welsh 
pedigrees, and a Display of Heraldry, 
with a Genealogy of Watkin Williams 
Wynne, Esq. of Wynnstay. Hengwrt 
MS. 234, at Peniarth. 

Genealogies of Families of North Wales, 
and a tract on Heraldry. MS. No. 1. 
In the possession of J. R. Ormsby- 
Gore, Esq. Brogyntyn, Co. Salop. 

Collection of North Wales Pedigrees, 
written in the year 1540, by Jeuan ap 
David. Hengwrt MS. 195. Peniarth. 

Collection of elegies and laudatory verses, 
in Welsh, concerning the pedigrees, 
marriages, and children of the gentry 
of North Wales, by John Cain of Os- 
westry, 17th century. Hengwrt MS. 
215. Peniarth. 

Genealogical Collections of some of the 
principal families of North Wales ; 16th 
century. Hengwrt MS. 295, at Peni- 
arth. 

Collection of pedigrees of families of 
North Wales, and notes of burials, etc. 
of many persons, mostly of the neigh- 
bourhood of Llansilin in Denbighshire, 
by John Davies, Hengwrt MS. 419, at 
Peniarth. 

North Wales Genealogies ; also a collec- 
tion of heraldic notes, taken mostly 
from churches and mansions in Shrop- 
shire, Cheshire and Wales, 16th cen- 
tury. Hengwrt MS. 428, at Peniarth. 

Collection of Pedigrees, principally of 
South Wales, by George Owen, of 
Kemes, 17th century. MS. No. 3. 
Peniarth. 

Pedigrees of South Wales. MS. No. 23. 
Peniarth. 

Collection of Pedigrees of South Wales, 
by William Lleyn and Griffith Hirae- 
thog, 16th century. Hengwrt MS 
206. Peniarth. 

Index to Welsh Pedigrees in MS. Phil- 
lipps, 1119. Privately Printed by Sir 
Tho. Phillipps. 



Arms of the Princes, Noblemen, and 
Gentlemen of Wales. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 15,018, f . 307. 

The Arms, in colours, of the old Founders 
of Welsh Families ; beginning with 
Brutus. Brit. Mus. Harl. MSS. 1946, 
1370, 1143, 1386, 4291. 

Welsh booke of Armes and Descents 
from Cadwalader unto Gerard (ancestor 
of those of Lancashire, Sr. Tho. Gerard, 
<fec.) By Rich. Kemp. Brit. Mus. 
Harl. MS. 4291. 

Welsh Heraldry by Sion Caen ; consisting 
of the armorial bearings of the five 
royal tribes of Wales, of fifteen tribes 
of North Wales, and a large collection 
of Welsh arms in colour, together with 
a pedigree and arms of the native 
princes of Wales. Hengwrt MS. 233, 
at Peniarth. 

A Genealogical and heraldic MS. by Wm. 
Heyn and others, most of the arms are 
in colours, 16th century. Hengwrt 
MS. 482, at Peniarth. 

Arms of Welsh Families, 16th century. 
Ashm. Lib. MS. 32. Brit. Mus. Harl. 
MSS. 1441, ff. 14-39, 1933, 4291. 

Arms of Welsh Families, coloured, by 
William Kynwall. A.D. 1580. Brit. 
Mus. Harl. MSS. 1961, 6122. 

Arms and Pedigrees of Welsh families, 
&c. The latest date of the descents is 
1629. Stowe MS. 785. Brit. Mus. 

A Display of Herauldry, of most par- 
ticular Coat Armours now in Use in 
the Six Counties of North Wales, by 
J. Davies. Salop, 1716, 12o- 

Display of Heraldry of the particular 
Coat Armour now in use in the six 
Counties of North Wales with the 
Names of the Families, etc. by John 
Reynolds. Chester, 1739, 8"- Re- 
printed about 1860. 

Antiquity of Welsh Heraldry. See 
" Archseologia Cambrensis," vol. 1. 
Lond. 1846, S"- 

Ordinary of Welsh Armorial Bearings. 
See " Archseologia Cambrensis." New 
series, vol. 2. Lond. 1851, 8''- 

Topography and Heraldry of Wales, 
chiefly by John ap Ivan of Brecknock. 
16th century. Hengwrt MS. 99. 
Peniarth. 



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Heraldry of Wales. See " Arclifeologia 
Cambrensis," fourth series, iii. 815. 
Lond. 1872, 8«- 

Poems addressed by William Kynwal to 
the principal gentry in Wales, with 
their arms attached to each poem. MS. 
No. 111. Mostyn Hall, Holywell. 

Koll of Fealty and Presentments on the 
Accession of Edward the Black Prince 
to the Principality of Wales. See 
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brensis, vol 1. Lond. 1877, 8»- 

Kalendars of Gwynedd ; or chronological 
lists of Lord-Lieutenants, Custodes, 
Kotulorum, Sheriffs, and Knights of 
the Shire, for the counties of Anglesey, 
Caernarvon, and Merioneth, compiled 
by E. Breese. With notes by W. W. 
E. Wynne. Lond. 1873, 4P- 

List of Deputy Lieutenants and Com- 
mission Officers in England and Wales, 
as they were brought into the House of 
Peers, in Nov. 1680. All Souls' Coll. 
Oxf. MS. ccxxiii, f. 1. 

Lists of Lords Presidents of the Marches 
of Wales. Brit. Mus Harl. MS. 368, 
f. 181 ; Add. MS. 5485, f. 210. 

Lists of Chamberlains and Justiciaries 
of North Wales. Brit. Mus. Lans. MS. 
1218, f. 64; Add. MS. 5485, f. 204. 

A list of the Sheriffs, Judges of Assize, 
Councils of the North and Wales, and 
of Persons in the Commission of the 
Peace in the several counties of Eng- 
land and Wales, temp. Eliz. Brit. 
Mus. Eg. MS. 2345. 

Justices of the Peace for Wales. Brit. 
Mus. Lans. MSS. 35, art. 40, 737, f . 
149 ; Harl. MS. 1933. 

Names of the Justices of the Peace in 
Cos. Cardigan, Carmarthen, and Pem- 
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35, art. 87. 

The liegester Booke of Funeralls in North 
Wales, etc. begun A.D. 1600, by 
William Segar. This MS. contains the 
Arms emblasoned of the persons buried, 
and particulars relating to themselves 
and their families. Brit. Mus. Lans. 
MS. 879. 

The liegister Book of Funerals in North 
Wales, etc., begun 28 May, 1606. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 2041. 

Collection of Welsh Epitaphs, 17th cent. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 3325. 



The Welsh Nonconformists' Memorial ; 
or, Cambro-British Biography, con- 
taining sketches of the Founders of the 
Protestant Dissenting Interest in Wales, 
by Rev. Wm. Richards, with appendix, 
notes and illustrations by John Evans, 
&c. Lond. 1820, 12^- 

The Cambrian Plutarch, comprising Me- 
moirs of some of the most Eminent 
Welshmen from the earliest times to 
the present, by John H. Parry. 1846, 
80- 

Biographical Dictionary of Eminent 
Welshmen, by the Rev. Robert 
Williams. Llandovery, 1852, 80- 

The Cymry of '76, or Welshmen and 
their descendants of the American 
Revolution. An address ; with an 
appendix containing notes, sketches, 
and nomenclature of the Cymbri, etc., 
by Alexander Jones. New York, 1855, 
80- 

Tour in quest of Genealogies through 
Wales, etc., by a Barrister (H. Jones). 
Lond. 1811, 80- 

Collection of Anglesey Pedigrees. Hen- 
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History of the Kings of Brecknockshire, 
and of the Descendants of Brychan. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 4181, ff. 126— 
150. 

Collection of Welsh Pedigrees, chiefly of 
Families of the County of Brecknock. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 2289. 

List of Sheriffs of Brecknockshire, 1539 
—1717. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 2289, 
f. 340. 

List of Bayliffs, Recorders, and Aldermen 
of Brecknock, 1556—1715. Brit. Mus. 
Harl. MS. 2289, f. 344. . 

List of the Poll at Brecknock, 25 July, * 
1698. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 6846, f. 
304. 

List of the Chancellors of the Diocese of 
St. David's, from 1184 to 17€3. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 5833, f . 60. 

List of Sheriffs and Bailiff's of Co. Brecon. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 2289 arts. 19, 
20. 

Pedigrees of Caermarthenshire Families, 
by Sir Thomas Phillipps. 1859, 
fol. 

Index to a volume of Carmarthen, Cardi- 
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printed by Sir Thos. Phillipps. 



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223 



Caermarthenshire Monumental Inscrip- 
tions, collected by John Jlowlands. 
Impensis Dni. Thomas Phillipps, Bart. 
Cheltenham, 18G5, fol. 

Pedigi'ees of Cardiganshire, etc., by A. L. 
Philipps, 1859, fol. 

A List of the Sheriffs of Cardiganshire, 
from A.D. 1539 to A.D. 18G8, with 
genealogical and historical notes, by 
John Roland Phillips. Carmarthen, 
1868, 8« 

Original Roll of Association by the Gentle- 
men of Cardigan to support the Prince 
of Orange. Tatteshale, Co. Lincoln. 

A Geographical, historical, and religious 
account of the Parish of Aberystwith : 
to which are added, memoirs of several 
persons of note who lived in the said 
parish, by Edmund Jones. Trevecka, 
1779, 8«- 

On some Old Families in the Neighbour- 
hood of Lampeter, Cardiganshire, by the 
Rev. W. Edmunds. Tenby, 1860, 
8«- 

On some Old Families in the Neighbour- 
hood of Lampeter, Cardiganshire, by 
the Rev. William Edmunds. See 
"Archseologia Cambrensis," third series, 
vol. 6. London, 1860, 8«- 

Collection of Carnarvonshire Pedigrees. 
Hengwrt MS. 78. Peniarth. 

Collection of Pedigrees of families of 
Carnarvonshire. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 
2300. 

Register of Pentir Chapel, Co. Carnarvon. 
1616—1752. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
32,644. 

Extracts from the Parish Registers, with 
copies of the principal Monumental 
Inscriptions in the Church and Church- 
yard of Criccieth, and Extracts from the 
Registers of Ynyscynhaiarn, Co. Carnar- 
von. " The Genealogist," vol. vii. 
Lond. 1883, 8^- 

Denbighshire Genealogies. See " Archseo- 
logia Cambrensis, vol. i. Lond. 1846, 
8«- 

The names of all the Sheriffs of the County 
of Denbigh since the same became 
Shire-ground, i.e. from 1541 to 1682. 
Brit. Mus, Harl. MS. 2122. 

The Sheriffs of Denbighshire. See 
"Archseologia Cambrensis, "^hird series, 
XV., fourth series, i. Lond. 1869 — 70, 
80- 



Survey of the Lordships of Bromfield and 
Yale, Co. Denbigh, by John Norden, 
1620. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 3696. 

History of the Lordships of Broomfield. 
Yale, and Chirkland, by the Chevalier 
Lloyd. See "Archseologia Cambrensis," 
fourth series, vols 3 to 10. Lond. 
1872-9, 8''- 

Names of all the High Sheriffs, and their 
Deputy Sheriff's, of co. Flint. 32 Hen. 
VIII. to 1638. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 
1970, f. 113. 

Liber Feodorum Militum in Com. Flynt. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 699. 

A List of the Freeholders in Flintshire, 
and a collection of Pedigrees ; in par- 
ticular, one of the Talacre branch of 
the Mostyn family, early 17th century. 
Hengwrt' MS. 217. Peniarth. 

Arms of Flintshire Families, by Chaloner, 
1670. Her. Coll. MS. D. 26. 

Coloured drawings of Arms and Monu- 
ments, with copies of Inscriptions in 
Churches in Flintshire, by D. Parkes, 
1800-1830. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
21,011. 

A Memoir of Hawarden Parish, Flint- 
shire, containing short introductory 
notices of the Princes of North Wales. 
By a Parishioner. Chester, 1822, 
80- 

A Survey of the Cathedral Church of St. 
Asaph and the edifices belonging to it ; 
with an account of all the inscriptions 
on the monuments, the history of the 
Bishops, Deans, etc. by B. Willis. 
Lond. 1720, 8«- 

Willis' Survey of St. Asaph, considerably^ 
enlarged and brought down to the pre- 
sent time ; with the addition of the 
names of the Canons and Vicars Choral 
of the Cathedral ; and the Incumbents 
of the different parishes in the Diocese, 
etc., by Edward Edwards. 2 vols. 
Wrexham, 1801, 8"- 

List of Chancellors of the Diocese of 
St. Asaph, from 1314 to 1762. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 5833, f. 52. 

Glamorganshire Pedigrees. From the 
MSS. of Sir Isaac Heard. Edited by 
Sir Thomas Phillipps, Bart. Worcester, 
1845, fol. 

Glamorganshire Families, with the History 
of the County, by Thomas Nicholas. 
Lond. 1874, 8«- 



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List of the principal Gentlemen in Gla- 
morganshire, 1645. Brit. Mus. Harl. 
MS. 911, f. 73. 

A Book of Glamorganshire Antiquities, 
by Rice Merrick,' Esq., 1578. Now 
first published bj Sir T. Phillipps, Bart. 
Typis medio-Montanis, 1825, fol. 

A siivey of the Cathedral Church of 
Llandaff ; containing the monuments, 
with an account of the Bishops and 
other dignitaries belonging to the same, 
etc., by Browne Willis. Lond. 1719. 
8«' 

List of the Chancellors of the Diocese of 
Llandaff, from 1239 to 1762. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 5833, f. 71. 

The Registers of Llantritliyd, Glamorgan- 
shire, 1571-1810. Edited by H. Sey- 
mour Hughes. One hundred copies 
privately printed. 

The Heraldry in the (Jhurch Roof of 
Llantwit Major, Glamorganshire, by 
Geo. Grant Francis. See " Archseologia 
Cambrensis," third series, iv. 284. 
Lond. 1858, S^- 

The Land of Morgan : the Chief Lords, 
The Earls of Gloucester, etc., by G. T. 
Clark, Esq. See the ArchcBologiGal 
Journal, vols. 34 to 38. Lond. 1877- 
80. 8«. 

The Land of Morgan ; its conquest and 
its conquerors ; being a Contribution 
towards the History of the Lordship of 
Glamorgan, by Geo. T. Clark. Lond. 
1880. 8«' Another edition, 1883, 8«' 

Limbus Patrum Morganise et Glamor- 
ganise. Being the genealogies of the 
older families of the Lordships of Mor- 
gan and Glamorgan, by George T. 
Clark. Lond. 1886. 8«- Privately 
printed. 

Notes on a Gold Chain of Office presented 
to the Corporation of Swansea in 1875, 
with a list of the gentlemen who 
have filled the office of Mayor, from 
1835 to 1875, by George Grant Fran- 
cis. Swansea, 1876. 8"- 



Swansea Charters [with Seals and Me- 
moirs of Colonel Philip Jones and Major- 
General Dawkins]. By George Grant 
Francis. Lond. 1867. fol. Only 100 
copies privately printed. 

List of Lieutenants and Custodes Rotu- 
lorum for the County of Merioneth. 
See •' Archseologia Cambresis," voL 1. 
Lond. 1846. 8'^- 

Sheriffs for the County of Merioneth. 
See " Archaiologia Cambrensis," vol. 2. 
Lond. 1847. 8«- 

Pedigrees of Montgomeryshire Families. 
Collected by Handle Holme. Brit. 
Mus. Harl. MS. 1973. 

Tlie Sheriffs of Montgomeryshire, with 
their Armorial Bearings, and Notices, 
genealogical and Biographical of their 
Families, from 1540 to 1639, by Rev. 
W. V. Lloyd. 1876, 8"- 

Collections, Historical and Archa3ological, 
relating to Montgomeryshire and its 
Borders. Issued by the Powys-Land 
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contains Montgomeryshire pedigrees, 
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The Princes and Barons of Upper Powys. 
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by the Powys-Land Club. Lond. 1868. 
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A Visitation of Pembrokeshire in 167 L 
Chetham Lib. MS. 6715. 

A Table to the Book of Pedigrees In- 
tituled Pembrokeshire. See " Archajo- 
logia Cambrensis," new series, vol. v. 
Lond. 1854, S^- 

Collectanea Pembrochiana, or Pembroke- 
shire Records of Monuments, Pedigrees, 
Arms, Portraits, etc., by Sir Thomas 
Phillipps. J. Rogers ; Broadiuay, Wor- 
cestershire, 1858-59, 8«- 

The History of Cilgerran : comprising a 
detailed account of the Castle, Church, 
Mansions, Old Families, Men of Note, 
&c. bv John Roland Phillips. Lond. 
1867.*^ 8'^- 



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Australian Heraldry, by James Sim. 
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xi, xii ; Gth series, vol. ii. 1879, 1880. 

Australian Dictionary of Dates and Men 
of the Time : containing the History 
of Australasia from 1542 to date, by 
J. H. Heaton. London, Sidney, and 
Cape Town, 1879, 8«- 

The Australian Portrait Gallery and 
Memoirs of representative Men . Sydney, 
1886. 4'^- 

Sarnia ; or, brief Memorials of many of 
her Sons, Second edition, Guernsey, 
1862, 12'^- 

An Armorial of Jersey, being an account, 
heraldic and antiquarian, of its chief 
native families, with pedigrees, bio- 
graphical notices, and illustrative data ; 
to which are added, a brief history of 
Heraldry, and remarks on the mediaeval 
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A Short Sketch of the Maltese Nobility. 
Malta, 1876, 8'^- 



A Catalogue of the Kings of Man, with 
Contemporary Bishops and English 
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See " Archaiologia Cambrensis," third 
series, iii, p. 47. Lond. 1857, 8'^- 

Chronica llegum Mannise et Insularum. 
The Chronicle of Man and the Sudreys. 
Edited by P. A. Munch. Christiania, 
1860, 8'^- 

Monumental Kemainsin the Isle of Man, 
by J. G. Gumming. Lond. 1857, 4"- 

Vestigia Insulse Mannia) Antiquiora ; or, 
a dissertation on the Armorial Bearings 
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Manx Socle f I/. Douglas, 1860, 8*'- 

Memorials of " God's Acre," being 
Monumental Inscriptions in the Isle of 
Man, taken in the summer of 1797. 
By John Feltham and Edward Wright. 
Edited bv W. Harrison, Manx Society. 
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A List of the Householders in the Town 
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Account of the Ancient Bajahs, record- 
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the Defeat of Soobh Kurun, and Death 
of Shujjan Rae and his Family, etc., by 
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Memoirs of a Malayan Family, written 
by themselves, and translated by W. 
Marsden for tlie Oi-iental Translation 
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Historical Sketch of the Princes of India, 
stipendiary, subsidiary, protected, tribu- 
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Oriental Annual, containing Scenes in 
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Alphabetical list of the Hon. East India 
Company's Bengal Civil Servants. 
With a list of the Governors-General 
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General Register of the Hon. East India 
Company's Civil Servants of the Bengal 
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Alphabetical list of the Hon. East India 
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Alphabetical list of the Hon. East India 
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India ; also of the East India Directors, 
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The History of India from the Earliest 
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The Clu'onicles of the Pathan Kings of 
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by Edward Thomas. Lond. 1871, 
8«- 

A short account of the Lives of the Bish- 
ops of Calcutta, gathered from their 
published Biographies, and from other 



sources, by W. C. Bromehead. Cal- 
cutta, 187(>, 8«- 

Lapidarium Zeylanicum, being a Collec- 
tion of Monumental Inscriptions of the 
Dutch Churches and Churchyards of 
Ceylon, by L. Ludovici. Colombo, 
1877, 4'^- 

Next-of-Kin Marriages in Old Iran, by 
Darab Dastur Peshotan Sanjana 1888. 
The Dinkard with a Commentary by 
Peshotan Dastur Behranjee Sanjana. 
Translation Fimcl^ Bombay, vol. v. 
1888. 



W^t%i Jrttrits. 



Pedigrees of West India Families, com- 
piled by Ca]:)t. J. H. L. Archer, and 
others, 19th century. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 31,228. 

Monumental Inscriptions of the British 
West Indies from the earliest date, 
with annotations, illustrative of the 
histories and genealogies of the seven- 
teenth century. With engravings of 
the Arms of the principal families, by 
Jas. Hen. Lawrence Archer. Lond. 
1875, 4«' 

Antigua and the Antiguans ; a full account 
of the Colony and it? inhabitants. 
[With an appendix containing genea- 
logies of the principal settlers in the 
island.] 2 vols. Lond. 1844, 8''- 

Monumental Inscriptions in Barbadoes 
and Jamaica before 1750, with selections 
from those of later date and extracts 



from the parish registers, by J. H. 
Lawrence Archer, 1857, 1858. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 23,608. 

Monumental Inscriptions of Barbadoes 
and Jamaica. By J. H. Lawrence- 
Archer. Reprinted from the Gentle- 
man's Magazine. 

Cavaliers and Roundheads in Barbados, 
1650—1652, by N. Darnell Davis. 
Demerara, 1883, 18«- 

List of marriages on record in the parishes 
of St. Catherine and St. Andrew, 
Jamaica, 1666—1679. Brit. -Mus. 
Add. MS. 21,931. 

Lists of Testators registered in the office 
of the Island Secretary, Jamaica, 1663 
—1750. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 21,931. 

Genealogical collections of Charles Edward 
Long relating to families connected 
with Jamaica, 18th and 19th centuries, 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 27,968. 



^Pattsij Registers. 



Separate parish registers will be found 
under Counties. 

The Marriage Registration Acts (6 & 7 
Will. IV. Cap. 85 & 86), with Instruc- 
tions, etc., by John Southerden Burn. 
Lond. 1836. 12'^- * 



Registers, by John 
Henley-on-Thames, 



Plea for Parish 
Southerden Burn. 
1867 ? 4''- 

Pamphlet shewing the necessity for 
some Legislative Provision for the 
better Custody and Preservation of Old 
Parish Registers, Kendal, 1878, W"- 



228 



PaEISH EEaiSTERS. 



The Preservation of Parish Registers, by 

T. P. Taswell-Langmead. 
Parish Registers, by the Rev. F. Procter, 

of Wilton. 
Observations on Marriages, Baptisms, 
and Burials, as preserved in Parochial 
Registers, with sundry Specimens of 
the Entries of Marriages, Baptisms, 
&c., in Foreign Countries. Intersper- 
sed with divers Remarks concerning 
proper Methods necessary to preserve a 
Remembrance of the several Branches 
of Families, &e., by Ralph Bigland. 
Lond. 1764, 4^- 
Report of the Commissioners appointed to 
inquire into the State, Custody, and 
Authenticity of Registers or Records 
of Births or Baptisms, Deaths or 
Burials, and Marriages in England and 
Wales, other than the Parochial Regis- 
ters. Lond. 1838, fol. 
Parish Registers and Chapelry Registers 
extant in the year 1831. G vols, folio. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 9555—9560. 
Printed Parish Registers, by Geo. W. 
Marshall. See The Genealogist. New 
Series, vol. 2. Lond. 1885, R^- 
A large number of Baptismal and other 
Registers, prior to the Registration 
Act of 1837, has been deposited in the 
Registrar General's Office, Somerset 
House, London, where information 
respecting them may be obtained, and 
search allowed on payment of a small fee. 
Lists of Non-Parochial Registers and 
Records in the Custody of the Regis- 
trar-General of Births, Deaths, and 
Marriages. Lond. 1859, fol. 
Registrum Ecclesia3 Parochialis. The 
History of Parish Registers in England, 
also of Scotland, Ireland, the East and 
West Indies, foreign countries. Dissen- 
ters, the Fleet, Kings Bench, Mint, 
Chapel Royal, etc., by John Souther- 
den Burn. Lond. 1829, 8^'- Second 
edition, 1862. 
The Fleet Jlegisters, including May Fair, 
the Mint, Chapel Royal, St. James, 
Savoy, and Kings Bench, are deposited 
in the Office of the Registrar General, 
Somerset House, London. They con- 
sist of 239 volumes and about 1000 
pamphlets or pocket-books, dating from 
1682 to 1754, only a few of them are 
indexed, 



The Fleet Registers ; comprising the his- 
tory of Fleet Marriages and some 
account of the Parsons and marriage- 
house keepers ; with extracts from the 
Registers ; to which are added notices 
of the May Fair. Mint, and Savoy 
Chapels, by J. S. Burn. Lond. 1833, 
8«- Second edition, 1834, 8^- 
Registers of Births kept by various 
Dissenting Ministers and deposited in 
Dr. Williams's Library, are now deposi- 
ted in the Office of the Registrar- i 
General, Somerset House, London. I 
These registers date from 1730 to 1805. 
Births, Deaths, and Marriages. The 
Registrar's Kalendar.aud Compendium, 
by Chas. A. Cocke. Lond. 1852, single 
sheet. 
A Summary of the Population, with a 
statistical chart of the marriages, births 
and deaths from 1839, by Chas. A. 
Cocke. Lond. 1852. Two sheets. 
Parish Registers, reprinted from the Home 
and Foreign Reviews, by R. Edm. 
Chester Waters. London, 1870, 8'^- 
Printed for private circulation. 
Parish Registers in England : Their 
History and Contents. With Suggestions 
for securing their better Custody and 
Preservation, by Robert Edmond 
Chester Waters. A new edition, 
rewritten throughout and enlarged. 
Lond. 1883, 12«- 
The Register of Baptisms, Marriages, 
Admissions, into the Confraternity of 
the Rosary, etc., kept by the Rev. Fr. 
James Dominic Darbyshire 0. P. Roman 
Catholic Chaplain at Standish Hall, in 
Lane, Gifford Hall, in Suff., and 
Ugbrooke Park, Devon, from 1727 to 
1755. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 32,632. 
Extracts from Registers of Abbeys, and 
other Records, concerning Pedigrees, 
with Drawings of Seals, in 1598, 1611, 
and 1691, by Ralph Brooke. Brit. 
Mas. Harl. MS. 4757. A duplicate of 
a MS. in the Heralds' College. 
Register of marriages and deaths of 
acquaintances and persons of rank, by 
Robert Dalrymple, 1805—1820. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 22,151. 
Chronicon Mirabile: Extracts from Parish 
Registers, principally in the North of 
England, by Sir C. Sharpe. Sunderland, 
1825, 80- 



Parish IIeoisteks. 



220 



Extracts from parish and other registers, 
pedigrees, etc., collected by Joseph 
Hunter in various parts of England, 
but chiefly in Yorkshire and the neigh- 
bouring counties, 1802—1859. Thirty- 
seven volumes. Brit. Mus. Add. MSS. 
24,568—24,604. 

Extracts from Parish Registers, by 
Reginald Stewart Boddington. Lond. 
1879, 4*^- Privately printed. 

The Nonconformist Register of Baptisms, 
Marriages, and Deaths, 1644—1702, 



1702—1752, compiled by the Revs. 0. 
Heywood and T. Dickenson, generally 
known as the Northowram or Coley 
Register, of Puritans and Anti-Puritans 
in Yorkshire, Lancashire, Cheshire, 
London, etc. Edited by J. Horsfall 
Turner. Brighouse, 1881, 8"- 

Otticial List of the Registrar-General of 
Births, Deaths, and Marriages, to 1st 
Jan. 1881. 



Catalogue of Wills among the MSS. in 
the British Museum, by J. Bruce, 19th 
cent. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 28,201, B. 

Munimenta antiqua. Index to Letters of 
Administration. Edited by Fred. A. 
Crisp. Lond. 1888, &c. fol. 

A collection of concise precedents of 
Wills, by Chas. Weaver. Lond. 1882, 
8«- 

Copies of Wills of various persons, 1499 
—1693. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 31,151. 

The last Will and Testament "of Alfred 
the Great. Brit. Mus. Stowe MS. 296. 

Royal Wills, and other matters relating 
to Heraldry, &c. Brit. Mus. Stowe 
MS. 429. 

A collection of all the Wills, now known 
to be extant, of the Kings and Queens 
of England, etc., from William the 
Conquerer to Henry the Seventh, by 
John Nichols. Lond. 1780. 4"- 

Collection of Wills of the 16th and 17th 
centuries, 3 vols. Brit. Mus. Stowe 
MSS. 294. 

Testamenta Vetusta : being Illustrations 
from Wills, of Manners, Customs, &c., 
as well as of the Descents and Posses- 
sions of many Distinguished Families, 
from the reign of Henry II. to the 
Accession of Queen Elizalieth, by 
Nicholas Harris Nicolas. 2 vols. Lond. 
1826, 8'^- 



Extracts from Wills, etc. in support of 
English Pedigrees of the 15th and 
16th centuries. Brit. Mus. Stowe MS. 
430. 

Abstracts of Wills recorded in the Regis- 
try of the University of Cambridge, 
from 1500—1590. Brit. Mus. Harl. 
MSS. 7030, f . 307 ; 7033, f. 200. 

Abstracts of Wills proved in the Registry 
of the Bishop of Ely, at Cambridge, 
from 1478—1551. Brit. Mus. Harl. 
MS. 7043, ff. 153—177, 265. 

Extracts from the Registers of Wills in 
the Diocese of Ely. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 5861. 

Copies of Cheshire Wills. Brit. Mus. 
Harl. MS. 1991. 

Wills copied from the " Great Register 
Book," in the Will Office within the 
Abbey Court of the City of Chester. 
1520 to 1660. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 
2067. 

An Index to the Wills and Inventories 
now preserved in The Court of Probate 
at Chester, from A.D. 1621 to 1650. 
With two appendices, of Lane. Ches. 
Will and Administrations, from 1650 
to 1660, by J. P. Earwaker. Becord 
Society, 1881. 8'^- 

An Index to the Wills and Inventories 
now preserved in the Court of Probate 
at Chester, from AD. 1660 to 1680. 



230 



Wills. 



With an appendix. Edited by J. P. 
Earvvaker, for the Lancashire and 
Cheshire Record Society. Vol. 15, 
Manchester, 1887. 8°- 

Lancashire and Cheshire Wills and In- 
ventories. Chetham Society, vols. 33, 
51, 51. Manchester, 1853—60. 4P- 

Wills and Inventories relating to Cum- 
berland, etc. Edited by James Kaine. 
Surtees Society. Durham, 1853, 8°- 

Notes on the Wills in the Great Orphan 
Book and Book of Wills in the Council 
House at Bristol, by the Ivev. T. P. 
Wadley. Bristol and Gloucestershire 
Archcbological Society. Bristol, 1812, 

Index of Wills at Gloucester, by Sir 
Thomas Phillips. Privately printed. 

Early Kentish Wills. By James Green- 
street. Lond. 1857, 8°- See also 
Archceologia Cantiana.^ xi. 

Extracts from the Kegisters of Wills in 
the Diocese of Canterbury, temjo. Hen. 
VII.— 1731. 4 vols. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MSS. 32,660—32,663. 

Abstracts and copies of Wills in the 
Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 18th 
cent. Brit. Mus. Add. MSS. 24,583 ; 
25,467, 

Kentish Administration Grants A.D. 
1559 — 1603. Epitomized by Leland L. 
Duncan. Kent Archceological Society. 

Lancashire Wills and Inventories. 
Chetham Society, vols. 33, 51. 54. 
Manchester, 1853—60, 4«- 

Wills and Inventories relating to 
Lancashire, etc. Edited by James 
Kaine. Surtees Society. Durham, 1853, 
8«- 

A List of the Lancashire Wills proved 
within the Archdeaconry of Kichmond 
and now preserved in Somerset House, 
London, from A.D. 1457 to 1748 and 
of Abstracts of Lancashire Wills 
belonging to the same • Archdeaconry, 
from A.D. 1531 to 1652. Edited by 
Lieut. -Col. Henry Eishwick for the 
Lancashire and Cheshire JRecord 
Society. Vols. 10, 13. Manchester 
1884, 86, 80- 

An Abstract of all the Wills and Admini- 
strations recorded in the Episcopal 
Kegisters of the Old Diocese of Lincoln, 
1280—1547, by Alfred Gibbons. 
Privately printed, 1888, 8«- 



Calendar of Wills proved and enrolled in 
the Court of Husting, A D. 1258 to 
A.D. 1688. Preserved among the 
Archives of the Cor[)oration of the City 
of London at the Guildhall. Edited bv 
Keginald K. Sharpe. Part I. A.D. 
1258 to A.D. 1358. Printed by the 
Corporation, 1889, 8°- In progress. 

Notes out of Wills in the Prerogative 
Office. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 6148, ft. 
12, 17, 63, 100, 123, 138, 144. 

Extracta ex Testamentis in Praerogat. 
Officio. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 972, f. 
110. 

Abstracts of various Wills from the Ilegis- 
try in Doctors' Commons. Brit. Mus. 
Lans. MS. 938. 

Collections out of the Wills in the Pre- 
rogative Office. Ashm. Lib. Wood 
MS. 8584. 

Collectanea quaidam ex Kegistris Testa- 
mentorum in Curia Pra^rog. Lond. 
anno 1651. Bodl. Lib. MS. 4164. 

Wills out of the Prerogative Office. Her. 
Coll. Vincent MS. 31, p. 139. 

The Eifty Earliest English Wills in the 
Court of Probate, 1387—1439. Edited 
by F. J. Eurnival for the JEarly Eng- 
lish Text Society. London, 1882, 8o- 

Wills from Doctors' Conunons, 1495 to 
1695. Camden Society, Lond. 1863, 4P- 

Notes of unpublished Wills at Somerset 
House, by W. S. Ellis. "The Genealo- 
gist," new series, vol. iv. Lond. 1887, S"- 

Hackney Wills. 19 vols. Tyssen Lib. 
Hackney. 

Copies of London and Surrey Wills, 1542 
—1545. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 24,925. 

Testamenta Lambethana, being a complete 
list of all the Wills and Testaments 
recorded in the Archiepiscopal Kegisters 
at Lambeth, from A. D. 1312 to 1636. 
Extracted by Dr. Ducarel, etc. Privately 
printed by Sir Thos. Phillipps. Typis 
Medio-Montanis, 1854, fol. 

Calendar of Lambeth Wills. " The Genea- 
logist," vols. V. Yi. Lond. 1881-82. 8«- 

Calendar of Lambeth Administrations. 
" The Genealogist," vol. vii. Lond. 
188S, 8«- 

Calendar of Wills relating to the Counties 
of Northampton and Kutland, 1510 to 
1652. Edited by W. P. W. PhiUi- 
more, for the Index Library. Lond. 
1888, 80- 



Wills. 



231 



An Index to Wills proved in the Court 
of the Chancellor of the University of 
Oxford, and to such of the llecords and 
other Instruments and Papers of that 
Court as relate to Matters or Causes 
Testamentary, by the Kev. John 
Griffiths. Clarendon Press. Oxford, 
1862, 80- 

Some Collections out of the Will Office 
in Oxford, by Anthony a Wood. Ashm. 
Lib., Wood MS. 8562, f. 223. 

Lichfield Wills, 1510-1652, relating to 
the counties of Salop, Stafford, Derby, 
Warwick and Cheshire. " The Index 
Library." vol. iv. Lond. 1889, 8«- 

Somersetshire Wills, by Fred. Wm. 
Weaver. 

Abstracts of Somersetshire Wills, from 
the collections of Rev. Fred. Brown, 
privately printed for Fred. A. Crisp. 
Two series, 1887-88, fol. 

Wills, partly copies and partly original, 
of Suffolk testators. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MSS. 19,190, 19198. 

Wills and Inventories from the Begisters 
of the Commissary of Bury St. Edmund's 
and the Archdeacon of Sudbury. 
Edited by S. Tymms. Camden Society. 
Lond. 1850, 8°- ' [The first will is 
dated 1370, and the last 1649.] 

Abstracts of Wills from the Registry of 
the Archdeacon of Sudbury, between 
1354 and 1560. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 
294, ff. 156—162. 

Collectanea ex Registris Testamentorum, 
in Cur. Archid. Sudburiensis, anno 
1633, remanentibus. Brit. Mus. Harl. 
MS. 639, f. 121. 



Extracts from the will-books at Ipswich, 
1437—1530 ; relating chiefly to be- 
quests to churches and religious houses, 
by John Wodderspoon. 1848. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 25,345. 

Abstract of Wills relating to Ipswich, Co. 
Suffolk, 1437—1547, by William 
Stevenson Fitch. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
23,964. 

Wills and Inventories relating to West- 
moreland,etc. Edited by James Raine. 
Surtees Society. Durhain, 1853, S^- 

Abstract of Wills from the Registry of 
the Archdeaconry of Richmond in 
Yorkshire, from ^1522. Brit. Mus 
Harl. MS. 7029. 

Copies of Yorkshire wills, and of the will 
of Dr. Samuel Johnson, 1547 — 1784. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 24,476. 

Abstracts of Wills from the Archdeaconry 
of Richmond, by Christopher Towueley. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 32115. 

Extracts from Wills relating to York- 
shire, 1389—1802; made from the 
registers at York by William Paver 
and others. 10 volumes. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MSS.129,677— 29,686. Indexes to 
the foregoing Extracts of Wills, 29,687, 
29,688. 

Testamenta Eboracensia, or Wills register- 
ed at York, illustrative of the History 
of the Province of York, from 1300 
downwards. Vols 4, 30, 45, 53. 
Surtees Society. Edited by J. Raine. 
5 vols Newcastle, 1836—84, 8«- 

Wills and Inventories from the Registry 
of the Archdeaconry of Richmond. 
Edited by J. Raine. Surtees Society^ 
vol. 26. Durham, 1853. S"- 



S^pltljral H0niimmts, Ittsmptiatts, ©faitiiarus, 

attb (^pttapljs. 



Report of the Sepulchral Monuments 
Committee. Antiqiuirian Society. 
Lond. 1872, fol. 

Notices and drawings of monumental 
brasses, effigies, etc., will be found in 
The Archcsological Journalp2ii\di in the 
Journal of the British Archceological 
jissociation. 



The following Collections of Rubbings of 
Sepulchral Brasses are in the Dept. of 
MSS. of the British Museum ; an index 
has recently been made, and may be 
consulted in the Department. 

Rubbings of Sepulchral Brasses in various 
parts of England, collected by Craven 
Ord. 32,478. Large folio. 



232 Sepulchral Mo^umet^^ts, Inscrtptioxs, Obituaries, & Epitaphs. 



Rubbings of Sepulchral Brasses, collected 

by Francis Douce ; arranged topo- 
graphically : — 

Bucks. 32479. A. 1—4. 

Cambridge, „ B. 

Cumberland, „ C. 

Essex, „ J). 1, 2. 

Herts, „ E. 1—7. 

Kent, „ F. 1—12. 

Middlesex, „ G. 1 — 3. 

Norfolk, „ H. 1—10. 

Northampton, „ I. 1 — 3. 

Oxford, „ K. 1—3. 

Salop, „ L. 

Suffolk, „ M. 1—14. 

Dublin, „ N. 1, 2. 

Miscellaneous „ 0. 1 — 9. 

Paper Rolls. 

Rubbings of Sepulchral Brasses in Cos. 

Somerset, Wilts, and Gloucester. 

Paper Rolls. 32,480, A— X. 
Rubbings of Sepulchral Brasses, collected 

by the Rev. George Rowe, arranged 

topographically : — 

Beds, 32481. A. 1—12. 

Bucks, „ B. 1—5. 

Cambridge, „ C. 1 — 33. 

Cornwall, „ D. 1—8. 

Derby, „ E. 1, 2. 

Dorset, „ F. 

Durham, „ G. 

Essex, „ H. 1—10. 

Gloucester, ,, I. 

Herts, „ K. 1—12. 

Kent, „ L. 

Lincoln, „ M. 1, 2. 

Middlesex, „ N. 1 — 5. 

Monmouth, ,, O. 

Norfolk, „ P. 1—6. 

Northampton, „ Q. 1 — 9. 

Somerset, „ R. 1 — 4. 

Suffolk. „ S. 

Warwick, „ T. 1—5. 

Westmoreland „ U. 

Worcester, „ V. 

York, „ W. 1—13. 

Miscellaneous, ,, X. 1, 2. 

Paper Rolls. 

Rubbings of Sepulchral Brasses, arranged 

topographically : — 

Bucks 32482 A. 1—25 

Gloucester, „ B. 

Herts, „ C. 1, 2. 

Oxford, „ D. 1—9. 

Somerset, „ E. 1, 2. 



Paper Rolls. 
Rubbings of Sepulchral Brasses and In- 
scriptions in tlie County of Suffolk, 
collected by David Elisha Davy. In 
two cases, arranged under the 
Hundreds : — 

32483. 
Hoxne, ff. 1—35, 214—220. 

Hartismere, ff. 36—52. 
Cosford, ff. 53—66. 

Colnies, if. 67—69. 

Carlford, fC. 70—74. 

Bosmere and Clavdon, ff. 75 — 92. 
Blvthing, ff. 93—142. 
Blackbourne, If. 143—158. 
Babergh, ff. 159—213. 

32484. 
Ipswich, ff. 1 — 25. 

Lackford, If. 2—34. 
Loes, ff. 35—56. 

Mutford and Lothingland, ff. 57—83. 
Plomesgate, ff. 84—119. 
Risbridge, ff. 120—154. 
Samford, ff. 155—175. 

Stow, ff. 176—179. 

Thedwastre, ff. 180—188. 
Thingo, ff. 189—222. 

ThredHng, ff. 223—225. 
Wangford, ff. 226—264. 
Wilford, ff. 265—273. 

Rubbings of Sepulchral Brasses arranged 
topographically : — 

Cambridge, 32485. A. 1—6. 

Devon, „ B. 1—2. 

Essex, „ C. 

Gloucester, „ D. 1 — 6. 

Hereford, „ E. 1—3. 

Herts, „ F. 1—3. 

Kent, „ G. 1—6. 

Northampton, ,, H. 1 — 6. 

Middlesex, „ I 1—11. 

Oxford, ., K. 

Suffolk, „ L. 1—5. 

Warwick „ M. 1—8. 

Wilts, „ N. 

Worcester, „ O. 1, 2. 

Wales, „ P. 1, 2. 

Ireland, „ Q. 1 — 5. 

Miscellaneous ,, R. 1, 2. 

Paper Rolls. 
Rubbings of Sepulchral Brasses, in Co. 

Bucks, and elsewhere. 32486. Folio. 
Rubbings of Sepulchral Brasses, arranged 

topograhically. 



SEPULCHRA.L MONUMENTS, INSCRIPTIONS, < 


Dbituaeies, & Epitaphs. 233 


Cambridge, 32487. A. 




Rubbings of Sepulchral Brasses, collected 


Kent, „ B. 1- 


-25 


by 


Rev. Henry Addington, chronolo- 


Middlesex, „ C. 1- 


-3. 


gically arranged (but not strictly) 


Surrey. ,, D. 1 — 4. 


under ranks of Ecclesiastics, Knights 


Wales, „ E, 1- 


-5. 


an 


d Esquires in Armour, Ladies, and 


Paper Rolls. 




Civilians or persons in civil dress, in 


iiubbings of Sepulchral Brasses, arranged 


one or more series in the several cen- 


topographically : — 




turies. Fifty-four large folio volumes. 


Cambridge, 32488 A. 1- 
Gloucester, ,, B. 1- 
Herts, ,, C. 


-2. 
-4. 


32490 A. Ecclesiastics, 14th cent. 

„ B. Knights, 13th and 14th centt. 
„ C. Knights, Civilians and Ladies, 


Norfolk, „ D. 1- 


—3. 




14th cent. 


Paper Rolls. 




5) 


D. Ecclesiastics, 1400—1450. 

E. Do. 1450—1499. 


Rubbings of Sepulchral Brasses, collected 


5? 


F. Do. circ. 1400— c^'r^?. 1490. 


by the Rev. ^neas Barkly Hutchison, 


55 


G. Do. circ. 1360— c/rc. 1490. 


arranged topographically : — 




)} 


H. Do. 1451—1498. 


Beds, 32489 A, 1—15, 17. 




55 


I. Knights and Esquires, 


Berks, „ B, 






1400—1446. 


Bucks, „ C. 




55 


K. „ „ 1450—1499. 


Cambridge, „ D. 1—29. 




55 


L- „ „ 1400— c^Vc. 1420. 


Chester, „ E. 




55 


M. „ „ 1422— ciVc. 1490. 


Cornwall, „ F, 1—42, 44- 


-52. 


55 


N. „ „ 1451—1497. 


Cumberland „ G, 1 — 3. 




55 


0. „ ,. 1400— ciVc. 1490. 


Denbigh, „ H. 1—6. 




55 


P. Ladies, circ. 1400—1496. 


, Derby, „ I, 1-10 




55 


Q. „ 1452—1499. 


Devon, „ K, 1—39. 




55 


R. „ circ. 1400— c^>c. 1490. 


Dorset, „ L. 




55 


S. Civilians, 1400—1439. 


Essex, „ M, 1—21. 




55 


T. „ circ. 1400—1499. 


Glamorgan ,, N. 




55 


V. „ 1450—1499. 


Gloucester, „ 0, 1—33. 




55 


W. „ 1450—1499. 


Hants, „ P. 




55 


X. „ circ. 1495. 


Hereford, ,. Q, 1, 2. 




5* 


Y. Ecclesiastics, 1500—1591. 


Herts, „ R, 1—27. 




'5 


Z. „ 1501—1545. 


Kent, „ S, 1—23. 




55 


AA. „ circ. 1500—1594. 


Kirkcudbright T, 1—5. 




55 


BB. Knights, 1500—1548. 


Lancaster, „ U. 1 — 10 




55 


CC. „ 1550—1599. 


Leicester, „ V. 




55 


DD. „ 1500—1548. 


Lincoln, „ W, 1—3. 




55 


EE. „ 1550—1599. 


Middlesex, „ X, 1—22. 




55 


FF. „ 1500—1596. 


Monmouth „ Y. 




55 


GG. „ circ. 1500—1597. 


Norfolk „ Z, 1—55 




55 


HH. Ladies, 1501-1549. 


.Northampton AA, 1 — 5 




55 


II. „ 1551—1599. 


Nottingham,, BB, 1—6 




55 


KK. „ 1502—1549. 


Oxford, „ CC, 1—34 




55 


LL. „ 1557—1599. 


Somerset, „ DD, 1—10 




55 


MM. „ circ. 1500—1592. 


Suffolk, „ EE, 1—77 




55 


NN. „ 1505—1599. 


Surrey, „ EE, 1—12 




55 


00. Civilians, 1500—1547. 


Sussex, „ GG, I — 14 




55 


PP. „ 1552—1599. 


Warwick, „ HH. 1—3 




55 


^^Q. „ 1500—1546. 


Wilts, „ II, 1—7 




55 


RR. „ 1501, 1553—1599. 


York, „ KK, 1—17 




55 


SS. „ circ. 1500— c/rc. 1590. 


Miscellaneous LL, 1 — 80 « 




55 


TT. „ 1500—1600. 


Belgium, „ MM. 1—16 




55 


VV. „ circ. 1500—1593. 


Papers Rolls. 




55 


WW. „ 1500—1543. 



234 Sepulchral Monuments, Inscriptions, Obituaries, & Epitaphs. 



32490 XX. „ 1553—1599. 

„ YY. „ circ. 1500—1599. 
„ ZZ. Ecclesiastics,l 603—1660. 

Knights, CiVc. 1600—1656. 

Ladies, circ. 1600 — 1633. 
„ AAA. Ladies 1600—1649. 
„ BBB. „ 1646. 

„ CCC. Civilians, 1600—1648. 
„ DDD. „ 1600—1642. 

„ EEE. „ 1600—1642. 

„ FEE. „ circ. 1600—1773. 

[The names o£ persons and places will be 
found in the index.] 

Impressions taken from Coffin plates of 
the English Nobility and Gentry ; 
1727—1831. Collected by Sir George 
Nayler, Garter King at Arms, with an 
Index to each volume, and a few 
Biographical Notes. To these are added 
a few additions, down to 1842, by 
"William Barclay. 14 volumes, large 
folio, Brit. Mus. Add. MSS. 22,292— 
22,305. 

A series of Monumental Brasses, from the 
thirteenth to the sixteenth century. 
Drawn and engraved by J. G. and L. 
A. B. Waller. Lond. 1840—46. fol. 

Illustrations of Monumental Brasses. 
Edited for the Cambridge Camden 
Society by J. M. N., i.e. John Mason 
Neale. Camb. 1846, 4P' 

A list of the Monumental Brasses remain- 
ing in England, arranged according to 
Counties, by Charles Robertson Man- 
ning. Lond. 1846, 8«- 

Monumental Brasses and Slabs of the 
Middle Ages, by the Rev. C. Boutell. 
Lond. 1847, 8°' 

Manual for the Study of Monumental 
Brasses, with a Catalogue of 450 
Rubbings in Possession of the Oxford 
Architectural Society. Lond. 1848. 
80- 

The Monumental Brasses of England, by 
the Rev. Charles Boutell. Lond. 1849, 
80- 

A list of the sepulchral brasses of Eng- 
land : alphabetically arranged in 
counties, by Justin Simpson. Stamford. 
1857, 8o- 

A Manual of Monumental Brasses. By 
H. Haines. Oxford, 1861, S^- 

Monumental Brasses of England, col- 
lected with a view to re- editing 



Haines's Manual, by J. Sparvel Bayley. 
3 vols. MSS. 1880, belonging to 
Arthur Vicars, Esq. F.S.A. Vicarage 
Library, Clyde Road, Dublin. 

Memorial Brasses engraved by T. J. 
Gawthorp. Lond. 1865, 8o- 

Drawings and rubbings of shields of arms 
from monumental brasses in various 
churches in Kent and London. 19th 
century. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 20,088. 

A Book of Fac-similes of Monumental 
Brasses on the Continent of Europe, 
with brief descriptive notes, by the 
Rev. W. F. Creeny. Norwich, 1884, fol. 

Funeral Monuments, and effigies of the 
Kings of England. Brit. Mus. Harl. 
MS. 5951. 

Funeral Trophies of several of the Nobility 
of England, painted in colours. Brit. 
Mus. Harl. MS. 1178. 

Monumental Inscriptions. Brit. Mus. 
Harl. MS. 6121. 

Armorial Ensigns and Monumental 
Inscriptions in various Churches in 
England. Brit. Mus. Lans. MS. 919. 

Monuments and Inscriptions in several 
Counties, by the Rev. Wm. Cole. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 5806. 

Church notes taken by Randle Holme in 
various Counties. Brit. Mus. Harl. 
MS. 2129. 

A Collection of Monumental Inscriptions, 
by Lord Oxford. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 
6894 

A large collection of Monumental draw- 
ings. Epitaphs, and Arms, from many 
of the churches in London, and other 
parts of England, collected chiefly by 
Henry St. George, Esq., and Nicholas 
Charles, Esq. Brit. Mus. Lans. MS. 874. 

Funeral In scriptions and Arms in Churches . 
collected by Aug. Vincent. Her. Coll. 
Vincent MSS. 175 ; 177. 

Illustrium Virorum Elogia, with portraits^ 
coats ofarmSf devices etc..^ by J. Phil. 
Tomasini. Pat. 1630, 4P- Another 
edition, 1644. 

Illustrium Virorum Elogia Sepulchralia, 
edidit Edvardus Popham, Col. Oriel 
Oxon,nu23er Soc.Londini, apud Dodsley. 
Oxon. 1778, 80- 

Ancient funerall monuments within the 
United Monarchic of Great Britaine 
and Ireland, and the Islands adjacent, 
by John Weever. Lond. 1631, fol. 



Sepulcheal Monuments, Inscriptions, Obttuaries, & Epitaphs. 



235 



An Alphabetical Index to Weever's 
Funeral Monuments, printed 1631, 
by the Kev. Archdeacon Denne. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 11,824. 

Ancient Funeral Monuments within the 
United Monarchic of Great Britaine, 
Ireland, etc., by John Weever. Third 
edition with additions. London, 1767, 
4P- The original MS. is in the library 
of the Society of Antiquaries, Nos. 
127 ; 128. An Alphabetical Index in 
Manuscript is in the Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS 11,824. 

Monumentaillustrium Virorum et Elogia, 
by M. Z. Boxhorn. Amsterdam, 1G38, 
fol. 

Monumenta Illustrium virorum et Elogia, 
editio nova aucta Antiquis Monumentis 
in Agro Trajectino repertis. Traj., 
1671, fol. 

Les Tombeaux des Personnes illustres ; 
avec leurs eloges, genealogies, armes, 
et devises, par Jean le Laboureur 
Paris, 1642, fol. Another edition, 1679. 

Funeral Escutcheons of Nobility and 
Gentry, from 1651—1663. Her. Coll. 
MS. E.D.N. 30. 

Deus et liex. Rex et Episcopus : Carmen 
ad Clerum cui Carmini sua superaddidit 
Elogia Sepulchralia, by P. Fisher. Lond. 
1675, 8«- 

Des Decorations Funebres, par Claude 
FranyGis Menestrier. Paris, 1684, 8<^- 

An Theater of Mortality ; or a Collection 
of Funeral Inscriptions over Scotland. 
Collectedand Englished by R. Monteith. 
Edin. 1704-13, 8°- 

Monumental Inscriptions upon Arch- 
bishops and Bishops of England and 
Wales, collected by John Le Neve. 
Brit. Mus. Harl MSS. 6407, 6414, 
6416. 

Monumental Inscriptions, by John Le 
Neve. Brit. Mus. Harl. MSS. 3605- 
3616, and 6404-6418. 

Monumental Inscriptions, from A.D. 
1600 to 1649, by John Le Neve. Brit. 
Mus. Harl. MS. 5321. [Partly printed 
inLeNeve's " Monumenta Anglicana."] 

Index to Le Neve's Monumental Inscrip- 
tions, 1501-1529. Brit. Mus. Harl. 
MS. 6408. The same from 1650-1679. 
Harl. MS. 6418. • 

Monumenta Anglicana : being Inscrip- 
tions on the Monuments of several 



Eminent persons deceased in or since 
the year 1600 to the end of the year 
1718. By John Le Neve, 5 vols. 
Lond. 1717-19, 8"- 

Sepulchrorum Inscriptions ; or a curious 
Collection of above 900 of the most 
remarkable Epitaphs, Ancient and 
Modern, Serious and Merry, in the 
Kingdoms of Great Britain, Ireland, 
etc. with an index of each person's 
name, by James Jones. Westminster, 
1727, 8'^- 100 pages only of vol. ii. 
were printed. 

Miscellaneous Collection of Coats of 
Arms, Church Notes, etc. by William 
Fox. 1775-1782. Brit. Mus. Add MSS. 
8939-8944. 

Nenia Britannica ; or, a Sepulchral 
History of Great Britain from the 
earliest period to its general conversion 
to Christianity. By Rev. James 
Douglas. Lond. 1793, fol. 

Sepulchral Memorials in Great Britain 
applied to illustrate the History of 
Families, Manners, Habits, and arts at 
the different periods, from the Norman 
Conquest to the 17th century ; with 
Introductory Observations, by Richard 
Gough. 3 vols. Lond. 1786-1796, fol. 

Drawings of Sepulchral Monuments in 
English Cathedrals and Churches, by 
Smart Lethieullier, and Charles Fred- 
erick, |in three volumes, 18th century, 
folio. Brit. Mus. Add. MSS. 27,348- 
27,350. 

Collection of, Inscriptions, Monuments, 
Brasses, Coats of Arms, etc. of several 
Counties of England, by the Rev. 
David Thomas Powell. In eight 
volumes. Vol. I. Bedfordshire and 
Buckinghamshire. Vol. II. Berkshire. 
Vol. III. Cambridgeshire, Hereford- 
shire, and Hertfordshire. Vol. IV. 
Devonshire and Dorsetshire. Vols. V. 
and VI. Essex. Vol. VII. Leicester- 
shire, Lincolnshire and Norfolk. Vol. 
VIII. Somersetshire. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MSS. 17,456-17,463. 

An Essay on National and Sepulchral 
Monuments, by William Wood. Lond. 
1808, 4«- 

Histrionic Topography ; or, the birth- 
places, residences, and funeral monu- 
ments of the most distinguished actors. 
By J. N. Brewer. Lond. 1818, B^- 



236 Sepulcheal Monuments, Inscriptions, Obittjakies, & Epitaphs. 



Select Funeral Memorials. Edited by 
Sir S. E. Brydges. Printed at Lee 
Priory, Kent, 1818, 4"- 

Coloured drawings of Monuments, Brasses, 
etc , by G. Shepherd, 1820. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MSS. 16,9(56 ; 16,967. 

The Monumental llemains of noble and 
eminent persons, comprising the 
Sepulchral Antiquities of Great Britain. 
By Edw. Blore. Lond. 1826, 4«- 

The Monumental Effigies of Great 
Britain, selected from our Cathedrals 
and Churches,from the Norman Con- 
quest to the reign of Henry VIII., by 
C. A. Stothard. With an Introduction 
and Descriptions by Alfred John 
Kempe. Lond. 1817—32, fol. 

Monumental Effigies of Great Britain, 
from William I. to Henry VIII. selected 
from our Cathedrals and Churches, by 
Chas. Alfred Stothard. With Historical 
Descriptions, and Introduction, by John 
Kempe. A New Edition, with a large 
body of Additional Notes by John 
Hewitt. Lond. 1876, 4o- The same, 
large paper, fol. 

A Glimpse at the Monumental Architec- 
ture and Sculpture of Great Britain, 
by M. H. Bloxam. Lond. 1834, 8«- 

Fragmenta Sepulchralia. A Glimpse at 
the sepulchral and early monumental 
remains of Great Britain, by M. H. 
Bloxam. Oxf. 1840—50, 8«- Privately 
printed. 

Antique and Armorial Collections ; con- 
sisting of notices of various archi- 
tectural and monumental antiquities, 
in various counties of England and in 
Pioardy, by the Rev. Alfred J. F. 
Suckling, 1821—1839, sixteen vols. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MSS. 18,476—18,491. 

Vetusta Monumenta ; or, Ancient Monu- 
ments illustrative of the History and 
Topography of Great Britain. Society 
of Antiquaries. 6 vols. Lond. 1737 — 
1840, fol. 

The Monumental Effigies of Great 
Britain. Drawn and etched by T. 
Hollis and G. Hollis. Lond. 1840, etc. 
fol. Parts 1—6. 

Monumental Drawings of celebrated 
Persons, by Thos. Gosden. 1842, 4'^- 
Brit. Mus. Lib. not published. 

Memoir on the Preservation of Monu- 
mental Inscriptions, b^ T. W. King. See 



The Archceological Journal., i, 135. 
Lond. 1845, Bo- 
Peculiarities of Monumental Effigies in 
Wales. See "ArchseologiaCambrensis," I 
vols. 2 and 3. Lond. 1847—48, 8«- 

Testamentary burials and monumental 
inscriptions, transcribed from James 
Torre's Manuscript in the Chapter 
Library at York, bv Percy Woodroffe 
Paver, 1848. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. ' 
29,689. 

Christian Monuments in England and 
Wales. With numerous illustrations, 
by the Rev. Charles Boutell. Lond. 
1849, 80- 

A Manual for the Study of the Sepulchral 
Slabs and Crosses of the Middle Ages, 
by the Rev. E. L. Cutts. Lond. 1849, 
8«- 

Notices of Sepulchral Monuments in 
English Churches, by W. H. Kelke. 
Lond. 1850, 80- 

Shrines and Sepulchres of the Old and 
New Worlds, a Pilgrimage to many 
Lands, with Notices of Funeral Customs, 
by R. R. Madden. 2 vols. 1851, 8°- 

Notes on the Churches in the Counties of 
Kent, Sussex and Surrey, with the 
Sepulchral Memorials and other Anti- 
quities, by A. Hussey. Lond. 1852, 8o- 

New designs for monuments, tombs, etc., 
by D. A. Clarkson. 3 vols. Lond. 
1852—65, fol. 

Christian Monuments in England and 
Wales : an historical and descriptive 
sketch of the various Classes of Sepul- 
chral Monuments which have been in 
use in this Country from about the Era 
of the Norman Conquest to the time of 
Edward IV., by Chas. Boutell. Lond. 
1854, 80- 

Tapographia ; or a collection of Tombs of 
royal and distinguished families, col- 
lected during a tour of Europe, by 
Frederick D. Hartland. Cheltenham, 
1856, 4«- 

Monuments Funeraires du Moyen-Age, 
par G. G. Ungewitter. Leip. 1856, fol. 

Manual of Sepulchral Monuments, by E. 
Trollope. Lond. 1858, 8o- 

The Graves of Our Fathers, by C. H. 
Hale. Lond. 1858, S^- 

Church-notes, monumental inscriptions, 
pedigrees, etc., collected by Joseph 
Hunter in various parts of England, 



Sepulchral Monuments, Inscriptions, Obituaries, & Epitaphs. 237 



but chiefly in Yorkshire and the neigh- 
bouring counties, 1802—1859. Thirty- 
seven volumes. Brit. Mus. Add. MSS. 
24,508—21,604. 

British Monumental Inscriptions ; 
gathered occasionally, from divers 
Churchyards, bv E. Roffe. 2 vols. 
Lond. i859— 61, 4'^- Only 16 copies 
privately printed. 

Walks in the Way of Old Weever, by 
Edwin Koffe. Lond. 1862, 4«- Only 
16 copies privately printed. 

The Tomb Seeker. Funeral Records, by 
Edwin Koffe. Lond. 1863, 4P- Onfy 
16 copies privately printed. 

Queen Eleanor's Crosses, by John Abel. 
Lond. 1864, fol. 

Ancient Stone Crosses of England, by 
Alfred llimmer. Lond. 1875, S^- 

Sundry Slips of Yew, set to the memory 
of divers citizens of London. Inscrip- 
tions from church vard tombs, by Edwin 
lloffe. Lond. 18(54, 4^- Only 16 
copies privately printed. 

A Basket of Bright Berries from the Yew 
Trees of Paradise, [i.e. A few monu- 
mental inscriptions! gathered by Edwin 
Koffe. Lond. 1864, 4"- Privately 
printed. 

History from Marble. Being Ancient 
and Modern Funeral Monuments in 
England and Wales, by Thomas Dingley, 
Gent. Printed in Photolithography 
by Vincent Brooks, from the original in 
the possession of Sir Thomas E. Win- 
nington, Bart. With an Introduction, 
etc. by John Grough Nichols. Printed 
for the Camden ^Society. Lond. 1867, 4''- 

Inscriptiones Brittannise Christianse, 
edidit E. Huebner. Ber. and Lond. 
1876, 4P 

On certain Sepulchral Crossed-legged 
Effigies of Civilians, by M. H. Blox- 
ham. See the Archceological Journal, 
xxxiii, 235. Lond. 1876, 8"- 

Our Ancient Monuments and the Land 
around them, by C. P. Kains- Jackson. 
With an Introduction by Sir John 
Lubbock. Lond. 1880, 4'^- 

English Military Effigies and their 
relation to the history of Armour, 
with references to some examples in 
Derbyshire, by the Baron ^e Cosson. 
See Archaeological Journal, vol. 43. 
Lond. 1886, 8«- 



Mawson's Obits, etc. [From the College 
of Arms.] See " The Genealogist," 
new series, vol. iii, &c. Lond. 1886, 
&c, 8° 

The Tombstone Library, a Collection <»f 
Monumental Inscriptions, Epitaphs, 
etc., culled from various parts of the 
Kingdom, and out-of-the-way sources. 
Illustrated with Views, Coats of Arms, 
&c., with occasional Genealogical Notes, 
Extracts from llegisters, etc. In 
progress, 1889. 

Lombardic Inscriptions from Ancient 
Sepulchral Monuments in England, 
Scotland, and Wales, with several from 
Churches in France, b}- J. C. Buckler. 
With drawings, and rubbings. 19th 
century. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 27,766. 

Basilea, the sepulchral inscriptions in the 
cathedral and the church of St. Peter 
at Basle, of its eminent scholars and 
their families, by Joseph Hunter ; with 
an introduction and remarks on the 
monument of Erasmus. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MS. 24,622. 

Sepulchral Memorials of the English at 
Bruges, and Caen. See " The Topo- 
grapher and Genealogist," vol. ii., 
edited bv John Gough Nichols. Lond. 
1853, 8'^- 

Abstracts of funeral certificates, from 
1579 to 1660 ; and from 1614 to 1651. 
The funeral bearings are described in 
shields and writing of the reign of 
Charles II. Stowe MSS. 515 and 517 
Brit. Mus. 

Funeral Certificates by Heralds. Original 
MS. 17th century, belonging to Arthur 
Vicars, Esq. F.S.A. Vicarage Library, 
Clyde Road, Dublin. 

A Collection of Funeral Certificates, be- 
gun by the first Randle Holme, and 
continued by the second and third 
Randle Holme, from 1616 to 1680 ; 
with coloured Arms. Brit. Mus. Harl. 
MS. 2180. 

An Obituary, with an account of several 
persons in England, by John Le Neve. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 3625. 

Le Neve's Obituary, from 1658 to 1680. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MSS. 6404—6418. 

Index to the Obituary and Biographical 
Notices in the Gentleman's Magazine, 
1731—1780, by R. H. Farrar. Part I, 
Indesc Society. Lond. 1886, 8°- 



238 Sepulchral Motsttments, Inscriptions, Obituaries, & Epitaphs. 



An Obituary, alphabetically arranged, by 
Sir William Musgravo. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MSS. 5727—5740. Supplement, 
Add. MSS. 5741—5740. 

An Obituary of the Nobility, Gentry, 
etc., of England, Scotland, and Ireland, 
prior to 1800, collected by Sir William 
Musgrave, Bart, See Collectanea 
Genealogica, by Joseph Foster. Lond. 
1882, 80- 

The Tlegister and Magazine of Biography, 
A Record of Births, Marriages, Deaths 
and other genealogical and Personal 
Occurrences. Printed by Nichols & 
Son. Parliament Street, Westminster. 

Collection of Epitaphs and Inscriptions 
from English Cathedrals. Corp. Christ. 
Coll. Oxf. MS. cccix, f. 97. 

A Collection of Epitaphs, taken from 
Churches in Essex, Suffolk, and Norfolk. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 6762. 

A Collection of Epitaphs and Inscriptions 
in various parts of England, and par- 
ticularly from the Churches in London. 
Brit. Mus. Lans. MS. 843. 

Miscellaneous Collection of Epitaphs, by 
the Ilev. Wm. Cole. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 5832, f. 165, etc. 

Epitaphs collected in various parts of 
England, in the handwriting of Dr. 
Hutton. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 5329. 

Epitaphs in several Churches in England, 
collected by B. Sheldon. Ashm. Lib. 
Wood MSS. 8550, 8551. 

Epitaphia sive Monumenta Sepulchrorum, 
ab Francisco Thynne, in sua Anglise 
peregrinatione collecta, etc. Brit. Mus. 
Sloan MS. 3836. 

Epitaphs in various Counties, collected 
by Ant. a Wood. Ashm. Lib. Wood 
MS. 8505. 

Epitaphs arranged under heads, by the 
Rev. Sir. Richard Kaye, Bart. 17th 
century. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 18,562. 

A Collection of Epitaphs in the Counties 
of Northampton, Cambridge, Stafford, 
Essex, and Middlesex, with an account 
of some persons buried without any 
monumental inscriptions, by J. Clement, 
1713. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 11,425. 

A Collection of Epitaphs, by W. Toldervy. 
2 vols. Lond. 1755, 12'^- 

Select and Remarkable Epitaphs on 
Illustrious and other Persons, in several 
parts of Europe. And compendious 



Accounts of the Deceased, their Lives 
and Works, by John Hackett. 2 vols. 
Lond. 1757, 120- 

A new and select Collection of Epitaphs, 
including the most remarkable Inscrip- 
tions in the Collections of Hacket, 
Jones, and Toldervy, together with one 
thousand Epitaphs never before pub- 
lished, by T. Webb. 2 vols, Lond. 
1775, 80- 

A large Collection of Epitaphs, epitaphial 
verses, elegies, etc., made between the 
years 1764 and 1778, by Thomas Hay- 
ward of Hungerford, in 34 vols., with 
7 vols, of Indexes. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MSS. 13,916—13,953. [Vols. 28 and 
29, and the 1st vol. of the index are 
wanting.] 

Frobisher'g New Select Collection of 
Epitaphs, Humorous, Whimsical, Moral 
and Satyrical. York (about 1790), 8"- 

The Epitaph Writer ; consisting of 
original epitaphs, arranged on a new 
plan, to which is prefixed, an essay on 
epitaph writing, by John Bowden. 
Chester, 1791, 12''- 

A Select Collection of Ancient and Modern 
Epitaphs and Inscriptions, by Thomas 
Caldwell. 1791, 12o- Another edition, 
1796. 

Collection of Epitaphs, in verse and prose, 
with notes of Churches, antiquities, etc., 
by Thomas Combe, 18th century. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 29,272. 

Collection of Epitaphs and Inscriptions, 
ancient and modern, including many 
never before printed. 1802, 12<'- 
Another edition, 1822. 

A Collection of Epitaphs and Monu- 
mental Inscriptions. Historical, Bio- 
graphical, Literary, and Miscellaneous, 
to which is prefixed an Essay on 
Epitaphs, by Dr. S. Johnson. 2 vols. 
Lond. 1806, 12"- 

Collection of Epitaphs and Monumental 
Inscriptions, with anecdotes of dis- 
tinguished and extraordinary persons. 
Ipswich, 1806, 12«- 

A collection of moral and interesting 
epitaphs and remarkable monumental 
inscriptions, by Wm. Hennev. Lond. 
1814, 12°- 

Sepulchral Gleanings ; or, a collection of 
Epitaphs from various parts of England, 
by William Snow. Lond. 1817, 12o- 



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Church-yard Gleanings, and Epigrammatic 
Scraps : being a Collection of liemark- 
able Epitaphs and Epigrams, by William 
Pulleyn. Lond. [1820 ?] 12o- 

Collection of Ancient and Modern 
Epitaphs and Monumental Inscriptions, 
by W. Graham. 1823, 12o- 

Collection of Epitaphs and Ilemarkable 
Monumental Inscriptions, by E. 
Orchard. 1827, 8°- 

Churchyard Lyrist, consisting of five 
hundred original Inscriptions to Com- 
memorate the Dead, by G. Mogridge. 
Lond. 1837, 120- . 

A general volume of Epitaphs, original 
and selected, with an historical and 
moral essay on the subject, by a clergy- 
man. [Benjamin Kichings.] Lond. 
1840, 8^^- 

Voices from the Tombs, or Epitaphs 
original and selected, with an Historical 
and Moral Essay on Sepulchral Customs 
and Monumental Inscriptions, by the 
Kev. B. Richings. Lond. 1858, 8«- 

A Collection of Epitaphs and Monumental 
Inscriptions on the most illustrious 
persons in all Ages and Countries, by 
S. Tissington, with Index. Lond. 1857, 
8«- 

Chronicles of the Tombs. A select col- 
lection of epitaphs, preceded by an 
essay on epitaphs and other monumen- 
tal inscriptions, by Tho. Jos. Pettigrew. 



Published in Bohn's Antiquarian Lib- 
rary. Lond. 1857, 8"- 

Chronicles of the Tombs. A select collec- 
tion of epitaphs, etc., by Tho. Jos. 
Pettigrew. Published in Bohn's Refer- 
ence Library. Lond. 1888. 8''- 

Gleanings in Graveyards : A Collection 
of Curious Epitaphs, by H. E. Norfolk. 
Second edition. Lond. 1861, W- 
Third edition, 1866. 

Epitaphiana ; or Curiosities of Church- 
yard Literature, by W. Fairley. Lond. 

1873, 80- 

Epitaphs, or. Church-yard gleanings. 
Collected by Old Mortality, Jun. Lond. 

1874, 8°- Enlarged edition, 1887. 
Epitaphs ; quaint, curious, and elegant. 

With remarks on the obsequies of 
various nations, by Henry James 
Loaring. Lond. [1876] 8«- 

Antiente Epitaphes, from A.D. 1250 to 
A.D. 1800 ; collected and sett forth in 
Chronologicall order, by T. F. liaven- 
shaw. Lond, 1878, 8"- 

Curious Epitaphs. Collected from the 
Graveyards of Great Britain and Ire- 
land, with Biographical, Genealogical, 
and Historical Notes, by William 
Andrews. Lond. 1883, 8'^- 

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Flags and Signals of all Nations, on 71 
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Album des Pavilions, Guidons, Flammes, 
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An Account of Banners and Standards, 
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The Standards and Arms of Robert, Earl 
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List of the Colours taken by the Earl of 
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The National Flags of the Commonwealth, 
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The Union Flag of Great Britain, with 
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Honor Military, and Civil, contained in 
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Honour discoursed of in the theory of it, 
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The Mirrour of Majestic, or the Badges 
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The Mirrour of Majestic, or the Badges 
of Honour Conceitly Emblazoned. 
Facsimile of 1618. Edited by H. Green 
and J. Croston for the Holbein Society. 
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Le Theatre d'Honneur et de Chevalerie, 
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Emperours, Kings, Princes, and Go- 
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Institution of Armes, Emblazons, etc. 
With all the Ancient and Moderne 
Military Orders of Knighthood in every 
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The Book of Honour, or five Decades of 
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Apprenticeship extinguisheth Gentry ? 
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Question of Honour and Arms. TVhe- 
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The Union of Honour. Containing the 
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Kings, Dukes, Marquesses, and Earls 
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Le vray Theatre d'Honneur et de Cheva- 
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JEEonoior redivivus : Or, The Analysis of 
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and supply'd with the Names and 
Titles of Honour of the present Nobility 
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List of the names of gentlemen whose 
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of English Gentlemen, who have the 
Honour to carry Arms, and Dedicated 
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An alphabetical list of all the counties, 
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villages, and principal seats, and of 
antient surnames in England, &e. 
which are now in titles of honour in the 
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with an account of their patents and 
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Earl- Marshall. — Letter to a Peer con- 
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Honores Anglicani : or, Titles of Honour 
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The Laws of Honour : or, a Compendi- 
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The British Compendium ; or, Rudiments 
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The English Compendium ; or Rudiments 
of Honour. Containing the genealogies 
of all the Nobility of England, their 
titles, posts, and seats, by Fr. Nichols. 
Tenth edition, corrected and enlarged, 
3 vols. Lond. 1753, 8«- 

Notitia Anglicana, shewing the Atchieve- 
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Titles and Honours conferred by King 
George I. and his present Majesty in 
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Proposals for printing by subscription a 
book intituled The Grand Theatre of 
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Baronia Anglica. An History of Land- 
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" Collection manuscrite et blasonnee des 
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Respublica : A Display of the Cere- 
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British and Ct)ntinental Titles of Honour, 
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National Honours and their noblest 
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An Account of the European Orders o* 
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The Institution, Laws and Ceremonies of 
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An Accurate Historical Account of all the 
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Delle Tessere Cavalleresche di bronzo 
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Abrege Historique des Ordres de Cheva- 
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Privilegien der Schleswig-Holsteinischen 
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A short account of ancient Chivalry, and 
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Knights made at the Tower of London, 
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A Catalogue of Knights, from 1660 to 
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Calendar of Knights, containing the 
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The Knightage of Great Britain and Ire- 
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The Knights of England, France and 
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The Shilling Knightage, Published 
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Names of ancient Knights in Counties in 
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Knights of different Counties. Caius 
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Adnotationes historicae de origine, anti- 
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Foundation- Deed of the military order, 
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" Estatutes des Chevaliers de la Table 
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Catalogue of the Knights af the Kound 
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A Catalogue of the Knights of the Round 
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A Catalogue of the Knights of the Hound 
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Les Noms et Armoiries des Chevaliers 
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Collections relating to the History of the 
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Knights of the Bath, from Henry VII. to 
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The Grlory of Knighthood, containing the 
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Knights of the Bath at the Coronation 
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The Names, Arms, and Crests of all the 
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A True Eelation of the Ceremonies at 
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The Manner of creating the Knights of 
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The Manner of Creating the Knights of 
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The Knights of the Bath : a Poetical 
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The Procession and Ceremonies ob- 
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the several Inscriptions on their plates 
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The Statutes of the Most Honourable 
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Statutes ot the Order of the Bath, by 
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The Arms of the Knights of the Bath 
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1788, fol. 

A minute and particular statement of the 
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Statutes of the Order of the Bath. By 
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The Arms of the Knights of the Bath 
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List of Knights of the Bath to 1806. 
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The Procession and Ceremony of the In- 
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Arms of the Knights of the Bath in- 
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Statutes of the Most Honourable Order 
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Statutes of the most honourable Order of 
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Ceremonial of Creation of Knights of the 
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1848, 8«- 

Nouveau Calendrier du tres illustre Ordre 
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" The Constitution of the Loyal and 
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Orange," with the Arms and Badge of 
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Copies of documents in the archives of 
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Letters and papers relating to the Mili- 
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Difiniciones de la Orden y Cavalleria de 
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Knights of the Carpet, at the marriage 
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VII. ; and Knights of the Carpet, 
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Harl. MSS. 41. f. 18 b ; 6062, art. 
11. 
Aultres Chevaliers de Carpet, with their 
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394. f. 140 b. 
Christ of Portugal. Constitui^ois da 
ordem de Christo do Reino de Portugal; 
with other papers relating to the order, 
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20846. f . 118. 
The Order of the Coif, by Alexander 

Pulling. Lond. 1884. 
Knights of the Cross, by Mrs. Agar. 

Lond. 1857, 12«- 
Proclamation and rules of the Order of 
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de Foix, with challenges to combat. 
15th century. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
18,840. 
Green Book, or Register of the Order of 
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Breviarium Equestre, seu de Illustrissimo 
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[This work contains portraits and arms 
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Der Elephanten - Orden und seine Ritter. 

Berlien. Kopenhagen, 1846, 8*^- 
Noms, surnoms et armes des nobles rois 
de L'Epinette, precedes de I'ordann- 
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d' apres un MS., par Victor Bouton. 
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Orders or Chivalry and Knighthood. 



Histoire de 1' Ordre do Font-Evraud, et 
Vie de Rob. d' Abruissel, par Honorat 
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Rules and Ordinances respecting the 
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Mus. HarL Roll Y, 27. 

Book of Orders for Knights of the Garter, 
with names from its institution. MS. 
in the possession of the Marquis of 
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Statutes and Ordinances of the most 
noble Order of the Garter. Vellum. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 6119. 

Statutes of the Order of the Garter, in 
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knight in his robes. Brit. Mus. Add. 
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The Statutes of the Order of the Garter. 
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Statutes and Ordinances of the Order of 
the Garter. Brit. Mus. Add. MSS. 
6288, 6290, 6291. 

Statutes of the Order of the Garter on 
vellum, written for Sir Henry Lee, 
knight, MS Dytchley, Co. Oxford. 

Statutes of the Garter in English, on 
vellum. This volume formerly belonged 
to Sir George Naylor, Garter. MS. 
No. 123. Ettington Hall, Co. War- 
wick. 

The Statutes of the Order of the Garter. 
Signed by Greg. Hascard, Register of 
the order. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 3451. 

Statutes and Ordinances of the most 
noble Order of St. George, named the 
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278, 394, 567, 1356, 6087. 

History and Statutes of the Order of the 
Garter ; Arms and Crests of Knights 
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The Collection of Sir Thomas Saint 
George, Garter King at Arms, concern- 
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Garter. Brit. Mus. Lans. MS. 881. 

Collections relating to the History of the 
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Brit. Mus. Add. MSS. 6321—6323, 
6336. 

Collections relating to the Order of the 
Garter. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 1776. 

Collections from various sources respect- 
ing the Order of the Garter. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 6298. 



The Black Book of the Garter. MS. 
Hatton Collection. 

The First Knights of the Garter, with 
original drawings of contemporary date. 
A folio containing 27 drawings of the 
First Knights of the Garter in their 
robes, and described as " Draughts, or 
the Effigies of the First Knights or 
Founders of the Order of the Garter," 
&c. Stowe MS. 213. Brit. Mus. 

Knights of the Garter from the Founda- 
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MS. No. 6. 

Propositio Clarissimi Oratoris Magistri 
Johannis Russell decretorum doctoris 
ac adtunc Ambassiatoris Xpanissimi 
Regis Edwardi Dei gracia regis Anglie 
et Francie ad illustrissimii principem 
Karolum ducem Burgundie super sus- 
ceptione ordinis garterij. etc. No date, 
4- 

Arms of the Knights of the Garter done 
apparently for Henry IV. of France, 
his arms being the first in the book. 
MS. No. 107. Ettington Hall, Co. 
Warwick. 

Arms of Knights of the Garter teonp. 
Henry V. Exquisitely emblazoned. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 1864. 

De r Ordre de la Jarretiere. 15th century. 
Brit. Mus. Royal MS. 15, E vi. art 15. 

Tractatus vulgariter dictus La Gerretiere, 
alias speculum Anglorum, editum per 
fratrem Mondonum Belualeti. In 
Cluniaco, 1463. Brit. Mus. Add. M8. 
19,950. For an account of this book, 
see Hearne's " Duo rerum Anglicarum 
Scriptores, viz. T. Otterbourne et J. 
Whethamstede," 1732. Appendix to 
Preface. 

The Arms, Supporters, Crests, and 
Mottoes, of fifteen knights of the 
Garter. 16th century. Brit. Mus. 
Hail. MS. 332. 

Statutes, Ceremonies, etc, of the Order 
of the Gaiter. IGth cent. Brit. Mus. 
Harl. MS. 1776. 

Statutes of the Order of the Garter, with 
a Comment showing the different alter- 
ations which have been made therein, 
both before and subsequent to the reign 
of Henry VIIL Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 
6334. 



Oedees op Chi valet and Knighthood. 



255 



The Statutes of the Order of the Garter, 
with a letter of King Hen. VIII. of 
England, and one from Francis I. of 
France, on conferring the Order on the 
latter, and the King's warrant to the 
Heralds on the subject, 22nd Oct. 1527. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 5712. 

The Statutes in English of the Order of 
the Garter explained and declared by 
King Henry VIII. MS. 16th century. 
Petworth House, Co. Sussex. 

The Arms, in colours, of the Knights of 
the Garter, the last of whom is Sir 
llichard Wingfield, 8 Hen. VIII. 
Brit. IVlus. Harl. MS. 6162. 

Arms of Knights of the Garter. Temp. 
Henry VIII. MS. No. 46. Ettingtou 
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The Names and Arms of the Knights of the 
most honourable Order of the Garter, 
since the Installation of Edw. III. until 
Edw. VI. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 6170. 

Account of the Order of the Garter, time 
of Henry VIII. and Edward VI. Brit. 
Mus. Harl. MS. 6074. 

Articles agreed on ior the Order of 
Knights of the Garter, 1552. Brit. 
Mus. Koyal MSS. 18, A. I— IV. 

Statutes of the Garter reformed by King 
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of Elizabeth. MS. Petworth House, 
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The Statutes of the most Noble Order of 
the Garter, to the time of Queen 
Elizabeth 
397. 

The Proceeding of the Sovereign and 
Knights Companions at the Feast of 
St. George, designed by Marcus Gerard, 
and set forth in the twentieth yeare of 
Queene Elizabeth, by Thomas Daws, 
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Arms. 1578. 

Arms of Knights of the Garter, temp. 
Elizabeth, tinely coloured for Sir H. 
Sidney. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 80,808. 

Arms, Quarteiings, and Crests, of the 
Knights of the Garter, by John Hol- 
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9, Pe. 

Arms in colours of Knights of the Garter, 

. from Edw. III. to Queen Elizabeth, by 
Thomas Lant, alias PortcuUis Pursiu- 
vant of Arms. 1589. Brit. Mus. 
Roy. MS. 18. C. xvii. 



Brit. Mus. Kings MS. 



The antiquitie of Windsore Castle and of 
the Order of the Garter 1592. MS. 
No. 34. Wrest Park, Beds. 

The Honour of the Garter displaied in a 
poem gratulatorie. Eutituled, to the 
worthie and renowned Earle of North- 
umberland, created Knight of that 
order, and installed at Windsore anno 
regni Elizabethe 35, die Junii 26 ; by 
George Peele. Lond. 1593, 4"- 

Arms, in trick, of such of the Knights 
of the Order of the Garter as were 
foreigners, from the institution of the 
Order to A.D. 1594. MS. Stonyhurst 
College. 

Insignia Armorum Augustissimse. Con- 
taining the Arms of the Knights of the 
Garter, embla,soned on vellum, 1602. 
Brit. Mus. Kings MS. 417. 

Insignia Nobilium Ordinis Periscelidis 
A.D. 1603. Richly emblazoned. Brit. 
Mus. Roy. MS. 12. A. xlii. 

" La fundacion de la companie de Gartier 
dans le chastel de Wyndesor " ; the 
statutes and ordinances of the order ; 
and the stiles of the King's Majesty, 
the prince and companions of the 
Garter, used at the feast of St. George, 
at Whitehall, 1604. Brit. Mus. Cott. 
MS. Jul. C. ix. 

Statutes of the Order of the Garter, re- 
newed by Henry VIII. ; Exemplif. per 
Gwill. Dethick, Garter principal King 
of Arms, 1604. Vellum, with the 
arms of Henry Wriothesley, 3rd Earl 
of Southampton. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 17,434. 

The Martyrdome of Saint George of 
Cappadocia : Titular Patron of Eng- 
land, and of the most Noble Order of 
the Garter. Lond. 1614, 4o- 

Fennor's Desci iptions, or a True Relation 
of Certaine and diuers Speeches, spoken 
before the King and Queen's most 
excellent Majestic, etc., by William 
Fennor. Lond. 1616, l-^- [One of the 
speeches is " The originall and continu- 
ance of the most Noble Order of the 
Garter."] 

Knights of the Garter, by William Segar, 
with their arms blazoned in tinctures, 
from 1603 to 1619, on vellum. Eton 
Coll. Lib. MS. 



256 



Ordees of Chivalry at^d Knighthood. 



Overtures for an Academ, or College 
roial, to bee the certain Seat of the 
doctrines and exercises of Honor, sub- 
ordinated to the Garter, as the signs 
and ceremonies of Honor, have theyrs ; 
with the Names of the Knights upon 
Sainct Georges day xxiii April, 
CIC.DCXX, and a drawing of St. 
George on horse-back, coloured. Brit 
Mus. Harl. MS. 6103. 

The Arms and Titles of the Knights of 
the Garter, in the year 1625, collected 
by the Sieur de Yalles, The Arms 
are blazoned in colours. Brit. Mus. 
Harl. MS. 4710. 

The Historic of that famous Saint and 
Souldier of Christ Jesus, St. George 
of Cappadocia : The Institution of the 
most noble Order of St. George, named 
the Garter. A Catalogue of all the 
Knights thereof untill this present, by 
Peter Heylyn. Lond. 1631, 4^' 

Arms, blasoned, of all the Knights of the 
Garter, from the Institution of the 
Order to the reign of Charles I., ending 
with the Duke of Lennox. Brit. Mus. 
Harl. MS. 5831. 

A Catalogue of Knights of the Garter 
since the first foundation to the time of 
Charles I. Brit. Mus. Lans. MS. 
865, f, 112. 

An account of those noblemen who were 
Knights of the Garter during the 
Civil Wars, &c. by Sir Edw. Walker. 
Stowe MS. 423. Brit. Mus. 

Les Noms, Surnoms, Qualitez, Armes, 
et Blazons, de tons les Princes, Seig- 
neurs, Commanders, Chevaliers, et 
Officiers, de I'Ordre et Milice de la 
Jartiere, depuis I'lnstitution en 1347, 
jusqu' a Present. Paris, 1647, fol. 

A Perfect Catalogue of all the Knights 
of the most noble Order of the Garter, 
f I om the first Institution of it, until 
this present April anno 1661. Where- 
unto is prefixed a short Discourse 
touching the Institution of the Order, 
Patron, Habit, and Solemnities of it, 
with many other particulars which 
concern the same by J. N. 1 ond. 
1661, 4"- 

St. George for England ; or a Relation 
of the Manner of the Election and 
Installation of the Knights of the most 
noble Order of St. George, called the 



Garter, which is to be solemnized on 
the 15, 16, and 17th of April next, at 
the Castle of Windsor. Lond. 1661. 4^^- 

The History of that most famous Saint 
and Souldier Saint George of Cappa- 
docia. The Instutition of that most 
Noble Order of St. George, commonly 
called the Garter, by Peter Heylyn. 
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The Historic of St. George of Cappa- 
docia, etc. The second edition corrected 
and enlarged. By Peter Heylyn. 
Lond. 1663, 4P- 

The History of the Life and Martyrdom 
of St. George, the Titular Patron of 
England, with his conversion of Arabia, 
by killing of a dreadful Dragon, and 
delivering the King's Daughter, by 
Thomas Lowick, Gent. Lond. 1664. 4°- 

Register of the Most Noble Order of the 
Garter, by Sir Henry de Vic, 1661— 
1671. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 22,284. 

The Order of the Ceremonies used at the 
Celebration of St. George's Feast at 
Windsor, when the Sovereign of the 
most Noble Order of the Garter is 
present. Lond. 1671, 4°- 

The Institution, Laws, and Ceremonies 
of the Most Noble Order of the Garter. 
Collected and digested into one body 
by Elias Ashmole, of the Middle 
Temple, Esq. Windsor Herald of Arms. 
A Work furnished with a variety of 
matter relating to Honor and Noblesse. 
Lond. 1672, fol. Another edition, 1693. 

" Statua nobilissimi Ordinis Garterii." 
Signed by Gregory Hastard, Registrar 
of the Order, with the arms, in colours, 
of George William Duke of Brunswick 
Liineburg, 17th century. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MS. 20,071. 

The Arms, Crest, etc. of King Charles 
II., and the Arms of twenty-three 
Knights of the Garter, painted in 
colours. 17th cent. Brit, Mus. Harl. 
MS. 1479. 

Proceedings of the most noble Order of 
the Garter, and documents relating to 
the same between 1623—84. MS. 
belonging to the Marquis of Bute. 
Eccleston Square, London. 

Winzingeroda de Ordine Equitum S. 
Georgii et Periscelidis coerulca? in 
Anglia. Jenae, 1683, 4'^- Other editions 
in 1701 and 1740. 



Oedebs op Chivalet akd Knighthood. 



257 



An Account of the Ceremony of Invest- 
ing His Electoral Highness of Bran- 
denburgh with the Order of the Garter. 
Performed at Berlin on the 6th of June, 
1690. Lond. 1690, 4o- 

New Historical Account of St. George for 
England and the original of the most 
noble Order of the Garter, by Thomas 
Salmon. Lond. 1704, S^- 

The History of the Most Noble Order of 
the Garter. Lond. 1712, 8«- 

The Statutes of the Order of the Garter, 
written on vellum for Henry Duke of 
Kent, 1714. MS. No. 41. Wrest 
Park, Beds. 

Memoirs of St. George the English 
Patron ; And of the Most Noble Order 
of the Garter. Being an Introduction 
to the intended History of the Anti- 
quities of the Castle, Town, and 
Borough of Windsor, by Thomas 
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The History of the Order of the Garter, 
its Ceremonies, Laws, etc., to which is 
prefixed a Discourse of Knighthood in 
general, and the several Orders extant 
in Europe, by Elias Ashmole ; con- 
tinued to the present time, and illus- 
trated, by Thomas Walker. Lond. 
1715, 80- 

Introduction to the Register of the Order 
of the Garter, etc., by John Anstis. 
Lond. 1720, fol. 

The Form of an Installation of a Knight 
of the Garter. Lond. 1720, IS^- 

The Form of the Installation of the Most 
Noble Order of the Garter, by John 
Anstis. Lond. 1724, 8o- 

The Register of the Order of the Garter ; 
from its cover in Black Velvet, usually 
called The Black Booh ; with notes, 
and an introduction, and a specimen of 
the lives of the Knights ; with plates 
and an index, by John Anstis. 2 vols. 
Lond. 1724, fol. 

Ceremonies to be observed in presence of 
the Soverign and Knights Companions 
of the Most Noble Order of the Garter. 
Lond. 1730, 4P- 

The Institution of the Order of the Gar- 
ter, a Dramatic Poem, by Gilbert 
West. Lond. 1742, 4P- 

Commentatio de Ordine Eqmitum S. 
Georgii et Periscelidis Coeruleae in 
Anglia, Oder, Vom Engellandischen 



Ritter-Orden, St. Georgen und der 
Blauen Hosen-bandes. By H. G. von 
Thulemeyer. Editio IIII. Jenae, 
1744, 4°- 

The History and Antiquities of Windsor 
Castle and the Royal College and 
Chapel of St. George ; With the In- 
stitution, Laws, and Ceremonies of the 
Most Noble Order of the Garter, the 
Ceremonies of the Installation of a 
Knight of the Garter ; Also an account 
of the first Founders and their suc- 
cessors Knights-Companions to the 
present time, by Joseph Pote. Eton, 
1749, 4P- 

Blazon d'Armoiries de tons les Chevaliers 
de la Jarretiere, avec leurs Noms, Sur- 
noms, et Titres, depuis la premiere 
Institution de cet Ordre, par Edouard 
Roi d'Angleterre, 1350—1752. The 
Arms illuminated. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 6278. 

A Dissertation on the Original of the 
Equestrian Figure of the St. George 
and of the Garter, Ensigns of the most 
noble Order of that name. Illustrated 
with copperplates, by John Pettingall. 
Lond. [1753] 4P- 

The Form of an Installation of a Knight 
of the Garter. Lond. 1756, S^- 

The Ceremonies of the Installation of a 
Knight of the most noble Order of the 
Garter, by John Anstis. Lond. 1757, 
120- 

An Historical Account of the Knights of 
the Most Noble Order of the Garter, 
from its first Institution in the year 
1350, to the present Time, by John 
Buswell. Lond. 1757, 8o- Other 
editions in 1758 and 1763. 

The Arms, Supporters, Badges, &c. of the 
Sovereigns, with the arms of the 
Knights Companions of the Most 
Noble Order of the Garter, from Edw. 
III. to Geo. III., delineated in their 
proper colours. Brit. Mus. Kings 
MSS. 398—416. 

The Statues of the most noble Order of 
St. George, by Stephen Martin Leake, 
Garter King of Arms. Lond. 1766, ^^^ 
Only 60 copies printed. 

The Songs, Choruses, and Serious Dialogue 
of the Masque, called the Institution of 
the Garter, or, Arthur's Round Table 
restored. New edition. Lond. 1771, 8« 



258 



Orders op Chtvalet and Knighthood. 



The Institution of the Order of the 
Garter, by E. Ashmole. Lond. 1772, 
fol. [The original MSS. are in the 
Ashmolean Library at Oxford, Nos. 
1097—1135.] 

A Procession of the Knights of the most 
Noble Order of the Garter, by Eichard 
Cooper. [An engraving, published in 
1783.] 

An Historical and Critical Enquiry into 
the Existence and Character of St. 
George, Patron of England, of the 
Order of the Garter, and of the Anti- 
quarian Society, in which the Assertions 
of Edward Gibbon, and of certain other 
writers, concerning this Saint, are dis- 
cussed, by the Rev. J. Milner. Lond. 
1792, 8'^ 

Plates of the Twenty Four Knights of the 
most Noble Order of the Garter, whose 
Achievements were placed in the Royal 
Chapel of St. George within the Castle 
of Windsor, 1801. Brit. Mus. Kings 
MS. 418. 

Plates of the Seven Knights of the Most 
Noble Order of the Garter, installed 
April 23, 1805. Brit. Mus. Kings 
MS. 419. 

Ceremonies to be observed in the presence 
of the Sovereign and Knights Com- 
panions, Order of the Garter, at Windsor. 
23 April, 1805. 

An Authentic Account of the Installation 
of the Knights of the Garter at Windsor, 
April 23, 1805 : giving the particulars 
of the Origin of the Institution ; a des- 
cription of the Robes worn by the 
Knights ; together with the various 
ceremonies, the grand processions, and 
every other interesting event. Lond. 
1805, 8^^- 

List of Knights of the Garter to 1806. 
See Beatson's Political Index, vol. iii. 

Journal of G. F. Beltz, Lancaster Herald, 
on his mission for investing His Majesty 
Alexander, Emperor of all the Russias, 
with the Ensigns of the Most Noble 
Order of the Garter, 1813. MS. belong- 
ing to Arthur Vicars, Esq., F.S.A. 
Yicarage Library, Clyde Road, Dublin. 

Programme des Ceremonies qui doivent 
s'observer a I'investiture de Sa Majeste 
le Roi de Dannemarc, avec les Orne- 
mens et Habillements du tres noble 
Ordre de la Jarretiere. Lond. 1822, 4®- 



Statutes of the Most Noble Order of the 

Garter. Privately printed. Lond. 1837, 

40. 

The Statutes of the Most Noble Order of 
the Garter. Lond. 1840, 40- 

Memorials of the Most Noble Order of 
the Garter, from its foundation to the 
present time : Including the History of 
the Order ; Biographical Notices of the 
Knights in the Reigns of Edward III. 
and Richard II. By Geo. Frederick 
Beltz. Lond 1841, 8°- 

Review of the Memorials of the Order of 
the Garter from its Foundation to the 
Present Time, with Biographical Notices 
of the Knights in the Reign of Edward 
III. and Richard II. by G. F. Beltz. 
Lond. 1841, 8«- 

Garter Plates with appropriate descriptions, 
published 1842 to 1805. 

Observations on the Order of the Garter, 
by Sir Nicholas Harris Nicolas. Lond. 
1845, 40- 

Observations on the Institution of the 
Most Noble Order of the Garter, by Sir 
Nicholas Harris Nicolas. See " Archae- 
ologia," vol. XXXI. Lond, 1846, iP- 

The Statutes of the most Noble Older of 

the Garter. Privately printed, 1859, 
40. 

Notes on the Order of the Garter, by 
Joseph Hunter, 19th century. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 24,480. 

Armorial Register of the Sovereigns and 
Knights of the Most Noble Order of 
the Garter ; their Names, Titles, etc. 
from A.D. 1343 to the present time ; 
giving the armorial insignia, etc. of all 
the Knights of the Garter, emblazoned 
in Gold and Colours, from the Original 
Stall Plates in St. George's Chapel, 
Windsor. Privately printed under the 
patronage of the Queen and the late 
Prince Consort. 

Garter- Knights Degraded. By John Alt 
Porter. See Walford's Antiquarian, 
vol. x. Lond. 1886, 8°- 

Toison d'Or. Order of. Statuta Ordinis, 
Latin. Brit. Mus. Kings MS. 420. 

Rules and Ordinances of the Order of 
Knighthood, called the Golden Fleece. 
Written on vellum, and beautifully 
illuminated with Portraits and Arms of 
Knights of the Order. 15th century. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 6199. 



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The statutes of the Order of the Golden 
Fleece. A folio on vellum, describing, 

(! in French, the ceremonials used at the 
installation of tiie English Kings, and 
containing treatises on Heraldry, the 
Statutes of the Garter, &c. Stowe 
MS. 211. Brit. Mus. 
Les Ordonnances de I'Ordre de la Toison 

d'Or. An vers, n.d. fol. 
Le songe de la thoison dor : fait & copose 
par Michault Tailleuent. Paris, s.d. 
12"- 
La Thoison d'Or, by Guillaume, Bishop 

of Tournay. Troyes, 1530 fol. 
Armoiries des Chevaliers de I'ordre de la 
Thoiso]! d'Or, jusqu' a 1546. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 21,938. 
Ordine de Cavalieri del Tosone, da 

Sansovino. Acad. Venet. Aldo, 1558, 
40. 

" Liure de lordre du Thoison dor," con- 
taining the arras of all knights of the 
order to the year 1559, in colours. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 26,713. 

Chevaliers de I'Ordre du Thoison d'Or. 
(Arms of the Knights, with portraits 
of the Chiefs of the Order. Jan. 1429 
to Aug. 1559. Jf/S'. No. 230. Woburn 
Abbey. 

" Recoeul de toutes les Fetes Chapitres 
de la tres noble Ordre du Thoison d' 
Or," 1429-1559 ; with arms and titles 
of Sovereigns and Knights, and notes 
bv the Rev. D. T. Powell. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MS. 20,072. 

Ordenliche Beschreibung mit was stat- 
tlichen Ceremonien und Zierlichkeiten 
die Rom. Kay. May. unser allerg- 
nedigster Herr sampt etlich andern 
Ertzhertzogen, Fiirsten und Herrn den 
Orden dess Guldin Fluss in disem 85 
Jahr zu Prag und Landshut empf angen 
und angenommen, by Paul Zehendt- 
ner von Zehendtgrueb. Dilingen, 
1587, 4«- 

Extracts relating to Knights of the Golden 
Fleece, by M. Lois Gollut. 1592. Brit. 
Mus. Eg. MS. 1906, f. 177. 

Arms of the Knights of the Order of the 
Golden Fleece, from the Institution of 
the Order in 1429, to the year 1602. 
The Arms are emblazoned tl^-oughout, 
and Portraits introduced. Brit. Mus. 
Kings MS.421. 



Livre de I'ordre de la Thoison d'Or, 
jusqu' a 1559 ; containing the names, 
titles, and arms of the knights, with 
accounts of the chapters of the Order, 
16th and 17th centuries. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MS. 21,9e39. 

Arms of Knights of the Golden Fleece, 
16th and 17th centuries. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MSS. 20,072 ; 21,938 ; 26,713 ; 
Eg. MS. 1906. 

A large and curious collection of coats 
of arms, coloured and in trick, relating 
to the Order of the Toison d'Or. 17th 
century. Brit. Mus. Eg. MS. 638. 

Statuts et Ordonnances du tres noble 
Ordre de la Thoison d'Or ; ensemble 
aucunes additions et mutations faictes 
sur iceulx, 17th century. Brit. Mus. 
Eg. MS. 641. 

La Toyson d'Or. Par Salomon Triss- 
mosin. Paris, 1613, 8°- 

Le Blason des Armoiries de tons les 
Chevaliers d I'Ordre de la Toison d'or, 
depuis la premiere institution jusques 
a present, par J. J. Chifflet. French 
and Italian. Antw. 1632, 4°- 

Breviariura Historicum Inclyti Ordinis 
Velleris Avrei, by Jules Chifflet. 
Antwerp, 1652, 4P- 

Breviarium Historicum ordinis Aurei 
Velleris ; oder historic des Toison- 
ordens, der Ritter vom Guldenen 
Vliiss ; aus dem Lateinischen teutsch 
iibersetzt, und Anraerckungen erlaii- 
tert, und biss auf unsere Zeiten fort- 
gesetzet, by Jules Chifflet. Nurnberg, 
1741, 4P- 

Le Blason des Armoiries de tons les 
Chevaliers de I'Ordre de la Toison d'Or, 
depuis la premiere institution jusques 
a present, par Jean Baptiste Maurice. 
Brux. 1667, fol. 

Aries seu Aurei Velleris enconium, by 
Gott. Vendelinus. Antwerp, 1688, 4P- 

Mausolee de la Toison d'or, ou les tom- 
beaux des chefs et des chevaliers du 
noble ordre de la Toison d'or, con tenant 
ieurs eloges, inscriptions, epitaphes, alli- 
ances, etc. Amst. 1689, 12°- 

Historia de la insigne Orden del Toyson 
de Oro. By Julian de Pinedo y Salazar, 
3 vols. Madrid, 1787, fol. 

Histoire de I'Ordre de la Toison d'Or, 
depuis son institution jusqu' a la ces- 
sation des chapitres generaux, par le 



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Baron de Keiffenberg. Brux. 1830, 
4P- A separate volume of Plates in 
folio. 

Arms of Knights of the Golden Fleece, 
with notes of their lives, from 1429 to 
1838, by the Eev. D. T. Powell. 2 
vols, folio. Brit. Mus. Add. MSS. 
17,437 ; 17,438. 

An account of the Hanoverian Order of 
the Guelphs (in German) by Schsed- 
tler. Hanover, 1816. fol. 

Der Guelfenorden des Konigreichs Han- 
nover, von Horn. Luneb. 1823, 8*^- 

Statutes of the Order of the Guelphs, by 
Sir N. H. Nicolas. London, 1828, 4'^- 
Only 100 copies printed for Members 
of the Order. 

Portraits and Arms of Members of the 
Hand-bow Company of Amsterdam, 
1477—1659. Brit. Mus. Eg. MS. 
983. 

List of Knights of the Order of the Saint 
Esprit. MS. 504, undated. Drop- 
more, Maidenhead. 

Blazon d'Armoiries de tous les Chevaliers 
de rOrdre du Saint Esprit, depuis la 
premiere Institution par Henri III. 
Eoi de France, 1578. jusques a present, 
avec leur Noms, Surnoms, et Titres. 
The arms illuminated. Brti. Mus. 
Add. MS. 6279. 

Le Livre des Statuts et Ordonnances de 
r Ordre du benoist Sainct Esprit, 
estably par le tres-chrestien Roy de 
France et de Pologne Henry, troisieme 
de le nom. Paris, 1580, 4^- Other 
editions in 1703, 1740. 

Les Armoiries des Chevalliers de Saint 
Esprit, delieraent peintes ; avec les 
portraicts des Koys de France H. 3 et 
4, et Louis 13 ; faits I'an 1619. Brit. 
Mus Koy. MS. 19, B. xt. 

Armes des Chevaliers et Commandeurs 
de r Ordre du JSainct Esprit, crees par 
le Roy Louys 13'"'^' Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 14,325. 

Chevaliers et Commandevrs de 1' Ordre 
dv S. Esprit. Creez au Chapitre tenu 
par le Rov Lovys XIII., par J. Morin. 
Paris, 1619, fol. 

Recit veritable de ce qui s'est fait et 
passe aux ceremonies observes a la 
reception des chevaliers de 1' ordre du S. 
Esprit, en I'Eglise des Augustins a 
Paris, etc. Paris, 1620, 8o- 



The Arms of the Knights of the Ordre du 
Saint Esprit, from the first Creation in 
1577 to 1622, superbly drawn, and 
blazoned, on 302 leaves of vellum. 
Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 4037. ^ 

Les Armes et Blasons des Chevaliers de 
rOrdre du Sainct Esprit, creez par 
Louys XIII. Roy de France et de 
Navarre, par Jacques Morin. Paris, 
1623, 40- 

La Royale Institution des I'Ordre et 
Milice du S. EsjDrit ; avec le forme du 
voeu et serment fait au Roy, par Mes- 
sieurs les Cardinaux, Prelats and Offi- 
ciers des Ordres de sa Majeste. Paris, 
1633, 8«- 

Recognoissance Royale dans le choix et 
eslection faite par le Roy, de Messieurs 
les Chevaliers des Ordres de sa Majeste. 
Avec le rolle des noms & qualitez 
des Prelats & Seigneurs des nouveaux 
Chevaliers qui ont este proclamez dans 
le Chapitre tenu a Fontainebleau le 
cinquieme May, 1633. Ensemble les 
Articles qui doivent observer & accompli 
lesdits Sieurs Chevaliers. Paris, 1633, 8^- 

Les veritables Ceremonies royales, faicte 
a la reception de Messieurs les Cheva- 
liers de rOrdre du S. Esprit dans le 
Chasteau de Fontaine-bleau le 14, 
15 & 16 May, 1633, etc., etc. Paris, 

1633. 8«- 

Les noms, surnoms, armes, et blasons des 
Chevaliers et Officiers de I'Ordre du S. 
Esprit, par Pierre d'Hozier. Paris, 

1634, fol. 

Les Armes & Blasons des Chevaliers de 
rOrdre du Sainct Esprit Creez par 
Louys XIII. Roy de France et de 
Navarre. Paris, 1635, fol. 

Les Noms, Surnoms, Qualitez, Armes, 
ot Blasons de tous les Princes, Seig- 
neurs, Commandeurs, Chevaliers et 
Otficiers de 1' Ordre et Milice du ben- 
oist Sainct Esprit depuis la premiere 
Institution jusques a present, avec les 
Statuts, Ordonnances et Reglements 
dudit Ordre, par Francois La Fleiche. 
Paris, 1643. fol. 

Recueil des Noms, Surnoms, Qualitez, 
Armes, et Blasons, de tous les Princes, 
Seigneurs, Commandeurs, Chevaliers, 
et Officiers de I'Ordre et Milice du 
benoist Sainct Esprit, 1578 — 1658, 
^rit. Mus. Kings MS. 422. 



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261 



Les Noms, Surnoms, Qualitez, Arms et 
Blasons des Chevaliers de I'ordre du 
Saint Esprit crees par Louis, quator- 
zieme du nom, Roy de France et de 
Navarre, par M. Martineau. Paris, 
1662, fol. 
Creations des Chevaliers de I'Ordre du St. 
Esprit, faites par Louis le Grand, ou 
Armorial Historique des Chevaliers de 
rOrdre, par le S^- F. de La Pointe. 
Paris, 1689, 4«- 
Statuts et Ordonnances de I'Ordre du 
benoist Saint Esprit, par M. M. Du 
Chesne et Haudicquer de Blancourt. 
Paris, 1689, 12«- 
Recherches historiques de I'Ordre du Saint 
Esprit, par Du Chesne et Haudicquer 
de Blancourt. 2 vols. Paris, 1699, 12o- 
Office des Chevaliers de 1' Ordre du St. 
Esprit, printed on vellum. Paris, 
1703, 80- 
Les Statutes de I'Ordre du St. Esprit 
estably par Henri 111°^^ du nom, Koy 
de France et de Pologne, au mois de 
Decembre Fan mdlxxyiii. De I'lm- 
primerie Royale, 1703, 4°- 
Recherches historiques de I'Ordre du Saint 
Esprit. Par. Du Chesne. 3 vols. Paris, 
1710, 12''- : 

Diplomata Pontificia et Regia Ordini j 
Regulari, et Hospitali Sancti Spiritus 
Monspeliensi Concessa. Paris, 1723, 
fol. 
Les Statuts de I'ordre du St, Esprit estably 
par Henry IlL 1578. Paris, 1724, 4o- 
Statuts et catalogue des Chevaliers, Com- 
mandeurs et Officiers de I'Ordre du 
Saint-Esprit, avec leurs Noms, etc., 
depuis rinstitution jusqu'a present, 
par P. le Simplicien. Paris, 1733, fol. 
[Contains many coats of arms.] 
Statuts de I'Ordre du St. Esprit, etabli par 
Henri III. Roy de France, 1578. 
Imprimerie Royale, 1740, 4^- 
L'ordre du St. Esprit. A folio MS. on 
paper, containing the arms of the 
various Knights of the order carefully 
coloured. Circa 1750, belonging to the 
Marquis of Bute. Eccleston Square, 
London. 
Catalogue des Chevaliers Commandeurs 
et Officiers de I'Ordre du Saint Esprit, 
avec leurs Noms et Qualitez,* depuis 
rinstitution sous Henry III. en 1578, 
jusqu' a present. Paris, 1760, fol. 



Histoire de I'Ordre du St. Esprit, par G. 
F. P. Poullin de St. Foix. 2 vols. 
Paris, 1767, 120- 

Histoire generale de I'Ordre du Saint 
Esprit, 18th century. Brit. Mus. 
Add. MS. 21,940. 

Les Noms, Qualites, Armes et Blazons, 
des Souveraines, Chefs et Grands 
Maisters, CJhevaliers, Commandeurs et 
Officiers, de I'Ordre du Saint Esprit, 
depuis rinstitution en 1578 jusqu' a 
I'an 1699. Par Jacques Chevillard. 
Continued to 1830 by the Rev. D. T. 
Powell. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 17,442. 

Les Ceremonies tenues et observees a 
I'Ordre et Milice du Sainct Esprit, et 
les noms des Chevaliers qui sont entrez 
en eceluy : faites soubs le tres-Chrestien 
Henry troisiesme du nom Roy de 
France. See Archives curieuses de 
Vhistoire de France. M. L. Cimber. 
1st series, vol. 9. Paris, 1834, 8"- 

Statuts de l'ordre du Saint-Esprit au 
droit desir ou du Noeud, institue a 
Naples en 1352 par Louis d' Aujou 
premier du nom, roi de Jerusalem, de 
Naples et de Sicile. Manuscrit du 
xiv^- siecle conserve au Louvre dans 
le musee des souverains, Fran^ais, avec 
une notice sur le peinture des miniature 
et la description du manuscrit par M. 
le Comte Horace de Viel-Castel. 
Paris, 1853, fol. 

Abrege historique des Chevaliers et 

officiers commandeurs de I'Ordre du 

Saint-Esprit, depuis son institution 

jusqu' a la revolution de 1789, suive de 

la liste des personnes admises aux 

honneurs de la cour. Geneve, 1873, 
40. 

Arms in trick of the Knights of the Holy 
Sepulchre in Jerusalem. Brit. Mus. 
Harl. MS. 2147, f. 99. 

Der Orden vom heil Grabe. By J. 
Hermens. Koln and Neuss, 1870, 4'^- 

Calendarium inclyti Ordinis equestris D. 
Huberto sacri, with engraved portraits, 
arms of the Knights, plates of the 
ceremonies, etc. Aug. Vind. 1761, 
12"- Another edition, Heidelberg, 
1775, 12«- Another edition, 1786. 

Papers concerning the Military Order of 
the Immaculate Virgin. Brit. Mus. 
MSS. Harl. 6141, art 13., Cott. Titus 
A. XXIV. 



262 



Ordbes op Chivalet and Kt^^ighthood. 



Letters of Vitellozzo Vitelli, Cardinal and 
Chamberlain of the Eoman Church, 
creating Pietro, son of Baptista 
d'Claricini, alias de Gambaro, of 
Bologna, a Knight of the Lateran, 
with the arms of Vitelli and Gambaro, 
1568. Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 23715. 

L'Ordre de Leopold et les Marques 
d'Honneur depuis 1830, par Leop. van 
HoUebeke. Brux. 1888, fol. 

Malta, Knights of, see St. John. 

Statutes of the Imperial Military Order of 
Maria Theresa, instituted 18th June, 
1757. Translated from the German 
by G. F. Beltz. Lond. 1801, 4«- 

Montesa, see St. lago. 

The Jewels of Pythian Knighthood. 
Edited by John Van Valkenburg. 
Cincinnati, 1889, 8°- 

Rhodes, Knights of, see St. John. 

Fondation, Vie et Reigle du grand Ordre 
militaire & monastique des Chevaliers 
lieligieux du glorieux Pere S. Antoine 
en Ethiopie, par Dom J. Baltazar. 
Paris, 1632, 12«- 

Diploma of the Order of Santa Carolina, 
founded by Caroline, Princess of Wales, 
wife of George IV., to commemorate 
her visit to Jerusalem in 1816. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 30170, f. 56. 

Ordini Equestri esistenti negli stati di 
Santa Chiesa. By Pietro Giacchieri. 
Roma, 1853, fol. 

Literse sive Diploma Job. And. Angeli 
Flavii, Ducis Drivastensis, Mil. S. 
Georgii Supremi Magistri, quibus 
Dominus Ascanius Tmperialis Eques 
ejusdem Ordinis creatur, Roma, 1597. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 12,036. 

Privileges granted by various Popes and 
Emperors to the Counts of Drivast, as 
Masters of the Order of St. George. 
Rome, 1603, 8«- See also Add. MS. 
12,036, Brit. Mus. 

Statuti, etc. de Cavalieri Aug. di San 
Giorgio Martire. Bologna, 1621, 4^- 

The Imperial Constantinian Order of St. 
George, a Review of Modern Impostures 
and a sketch of its true history, by 
Prince Rhodocanakis. London, 1870. 
40. 

Prince Demetrius Rhodocanakis, the 
Imperial Constantinian Order of St. 
George. Reply to the Criticism of the 
Saturday Review. 2 parts. 1870, 4P- 



St. George and St, Michael, by George 
Macdonald. 3 vols. London, 1876, 8°- 

St. lago. Papers relating to the Military 
Order of Santiago, Calatrava, and 
Alcantara. Brit. Mus. Add. MSS. 
16,483 f. 159; 28,364; 28,365; 28,374; 
28,375; 28,436; 28,367. 

Tratado de los ordines de Santiago, Cala- 
trava, Alcantara y Montesa, por Pedro 
de Cantos Benitez. Brit. Mus. Eg. 
MSS. 485 ; 486. 

Chronica de las tres Ordenes y Cavallerias 
de Sanctiago, Calatrava, y Alcantara, 
by Radesy Andrada. Toledo, 1572, fol. 

Historia de las Ordenes Militares de San- 
Jago, Calatrava, y Alcantara desde su 
Fundacion hasta el Rey D. Filipe II , 
by F. Caro de Torres. Madrid, 1629, fol. 

St. John Baptist. La Regla delos 
Cavalleros Hospitaleres del Orden de S. 
Juan Baptista, 1492. 16th century. 
Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 22,554. 

Bullae of the Master and Convent of the 
Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem. 
Brit. Mus. Det^- Seals, E.B. 1 to 11. 

The Knights Hospitallers in England : 
being the Report of Prior Philip de 
Thame to the Grand Master Elyan de 
Villanovafor A.D. 1338. Edited by 
the Rev. Lambert B. Larking, M.A., 
with an Historical Introduction by John 
Mitchell Kemble. Camden Society, vol. 
Lxv. Lond. 1857, 4o- 

Charter of the Master of the House of St. 
John of Jerusalem, etc., at Rhodes, 
constituting Henry VII., King of 
England, Protector and Patron of the 
Knights of the Order throughout 
Christendom ; with leaden seal attached, 
1506. Latm. Brit. Mus. Cott. Ch. 
VI. 10. 

Statuta ordinis domus Hospitalis Hierusa- 
lem, by D. Rodriguez edi curavit. 
Knights Hospitallers of the Order of 
St. John of Jerusalem, afterwards styled 
Knights of Rhodes, and afterwards 
Knights of Malta. Roma, 1556, fol. 

A short account of the Hospitallers, or 
Knights of St. John of Jerusalem, 
afterwards called Knights of Rhodes, 
and lastly Knights of Malta. Brit. 
Mus. Add. MS. 4206. 

Arms of certain Knights of St. John of 
Jerusalem. Brit. Mus. Harl. MS. 
1386, f . 48^- 



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263 



Militaris Ordinis Johannitarum Rhodior- 
um, aut Melitensium Equitum, Eeruin 
memorabilium pro liepublica Christiana 
in Asia, Africa, et Europa contra 
Barbaros, Saracenos, Arabes et Turcas 
fortiter gestarum ad Annum 1581 
Historia Nova. Guagini SarmaticB 
Descriptio, by Henricus Pantaleonus. 
Basileae, 1581, fol. 

Statuta Hospitalis Hierusalem, Indice 
adject 0, edente P. Veltronio. Plates 
bj Thomassin, Rome, 1586 — 88, fol. 

Deir Istoria della Sacra Religione et 
Illustrissima Militia di S. Giovanni 
Gierosolimitano. By Giacomo Bosic*. 
2 vols. Roma, 1594— 160^, fol. Other 
editions 1621—84 and 1695. 

Histoire des Chevaliers de I'Ordre de 
I'hospital de S. Jean de Hierusalem, par 
Pierre de Boissat. Lyon, 1612, 4°- 

Histoire des Chavaliers de I'Ordre de S. 
Jean de Hierusalem, jusqu' a Tan 1571 ; 
traduite de I'ltalien, par le feu Sieur de 
B.S.D.L.; avec les annotations de Jean 
Baudoin, et les Statuts du meme 
Ordre, par Giacomo Bosio. 2 vols. 
Paris, 1643, fol. 

Sommaire des Privileges octroyez a I'ordre 
de S. Jean, tant en Hierusalem, Cypre, 
Rhodes, qu' a Malte ; avec les Vies de 
tons les Grands Maistres, etc., par 
Anne de Naberat. Paris, 1627 — 29, 
fol. Another edition, 1642, 4P- 

Histoire des Chevaliers de I'Ordre de S. 
Jean de Hierusalem, cy-devant escrite 
par le feu S.D.B.S.D.L. & en cette 
demiere edition par J. Baudoin, ceuvre 
enrichie par F. A. de Naberat. Paris, 
1629, fol. 

Traduction des statuts de I'Ordre de Saint 
Jean de Hierusalem ; avec des annota- 
tions, et des figures, par Jean Baudoin. 
Paris, 1643, fol. 

Histoire des Chevaliers de I'Ordre de S. 
Jean de Hierusalem, avec les Statuts, 
les Ordonnances, etc. par Sieur de 
Boissart, augmentee par Baudoin et 
Naberat. 3 vols. Paris, 1659, fol. 

Martyrologie des Chevaliers de St. Jean 
de Hierusalem, dits de Malte, contenant 
leurs Eloges, Armes, Blasons, Preuves 
de Chevalerie, etc., par M. de Gous- 
sancourt. 2 vols. Paris, ^43, fol. 

Recueil des privileges octroyez a I'ordre 
de S. Jean de Hierusalem, par les 



Papes, Empereurs, Rois, Princes et 
Potentats de la Chrestiente. Par 
Desclo/eaux. 3rd. edit. Grenoble, 
1653, 4P- 

Privileges des Papes, Empereurs, Rois et 
Princes de la Chretiente, accordez a 
I'ordre de Saint-Jean de Hierusalem. 
Par D'Escluseaulx. Paris, 1700, fol. 

Statuti della Sac. Religione di S. Giovanni 
Gerosolimitano con le Ordinazioni dell' 
ultimo Capitolo Generale, il Modo di 
far i Processi, I'Ordine che si tiene nel 
dar I'Abito ed i Privilegi. Borgo Novo, 
1674—75, fol. 

Original letters addressed to Pierre Adrien 
de Vignacourt, Grand Master of the 
Order of St. John of Jerusalem, by 
Knights and others connected with the 
order, 1690—1696. Brit. Mus. Add. 
MS. 23,099. 

Historia della Sacra Religione Militare di 
S. Giovanni Gerosolimitano detta di 
Malta, by B. Dal Pozzo. 1703, &c. iP- 

Histoire des Chevaliers Hospitallers de S. 
Jean de Jerusalem, appelles depuis les 
Chevaliers de Rhodes, et aujourd 'hui 
les Chevaliers de Malthe, par I'Abbe 
Rene Aubert de Vertot. 4 vols Paris, 
1726, 4«- Another edition, 7 vols. 
Paris, 1755, 8°- Another edition, 5 
vols. Amsterdam, 1757, 12o- Another 
edition, 7 vols. Paris, 1761, 12°- 

History of the Knights Hospitallers of 
St. John of Jerusalem, known as the 
Knights of Malta, by M. I'Abbe de 
Vertot. 3 vols. Dublin, 1818, 8''- 

Geschichte des Ritterlichen Johanniter- 
Orden, und dessen Herren-Meister- 
thums in der Mark, Sachsen. Pommern 
und Wendland, etc. by J. C. Dithmar. 
Franc. 1728, 4P- 

Genealogisch-Historische Nachricht von 
denen Herren-Meistern des Ritterlichen 
Johanniter-Ordens in der Marck, 
Sachsen, Pommern und Wendland, samt 
des jetzigen Herren-Meisters Prinz 
Carln Wahl und Installation. By J. 
C. Dithmar. Frank, 1737, 4P- 

Memorie de' Gran Maestri del Sacro 
Militar Ordine Gerosolimitano,. 3 vols. 
Parma. 1780, 4P- 

Annales Historiques de I'Ordre Souverain 
de St. Jean de Jerusalem depuis I'annee 
1725 jusqu' au moment present. St. 
Petersbourg. 1799, 8«- 



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