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THEEE ROLLS OF AEMS 



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 



WESTON STYLEMAN WALEORD, ESQ., F.S.A. 



CHARLES SPENCER PERCEVAL, ESQ,, LL.D., E.S.A. 



LONDON : 

PRINTED BY J. B. NICHOLS AND SONS, 25, PARLIAMENT STREET. 



1864. 

riUNTED IN THIS FORM KOI! TKIVATK DISTKJBUTION. 



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THKEE 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 



WESTON STYLEMAN WALEOED, ESQ., E.S.A. 



AND 



CHAELES SPENCEE PERCEVAL, ESQ., LL.D., E.S.A. 



LONDON : 

PRINTED BY J. B. NICHOLS AND SONS, 25, PARLIAMENT STREET. 



1864. 

PRINTED IN THIS FORM FOR PRIVATE DISTRIBUTION. 



FROM THE 

AECH^OLOGIA, 

Vol. XXXIX. 
WITH THE ADDITION OF THE ORDINARY. 



LOAM <?TAaf 



ROLL OF ARMS 



OF 



THE THIRTEENTH CENTUEY. 



Mt deae Franks, 

As no one appreciates more justly than yourself the value and importance 
of early heraldry in archaeological pursuits, I address to you this communication, 
the object of which is to bring before the Society of Antiquaries a Eoll of Arms 
comprised in the MS. No. 6589 of the Harleian Collection. Unfortunately nothing 
is known of the original, nor does it appear to whom it at any time belonged. 
The copy in the Harleian Collection was written in 1606 by Nicholas Charles, 
Lancaster Herald, who supposed the original to be of the time of Henry III. 
Judging from internal evidence, it is not quite so early ; yet it should seem to 
have been not later than about 1280. It will be seen from the copy which 
follows, that it consisted of about 180 coats, comprising the arms of the emperors 
of Germany and Constantinople, and of most of the kings of Christendom, 
of several Erench and German dukes and counts, and about an equal number 
of English coats, among which are those of a few earls and several barons; 
and intermixed with the English arms are others with Erench names pre- 
fixed, possibly those of persons from the English dominions in the south of 
Erance. 

A Roll substantially the same as this, except that it contains four additional 
coats, and that the names and arms are not in the same order, has been published 
in Leland's Collectanea, vol. ii. p. 610, Hearne's edition ; but it is so inaccurately 
printed, as is evident on the face of it, that no reliance can be placed on any 
passage that is not supported by other authority. Eor this reason, doubtless, it 
has not received the attention it would otherwise have deserved. After a careful 
comparison, I cannot but consider that Roll as virtually a copy of the Roll first 
mentioned, and I shall in the following remarks refer to it as Leland's copy. 

Although the errors in it have not been found on examination quite so many as 

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2 A Boll of Arms of the Tliirteenth Century. 

might have been expected, yet, since the copy by itself is almost worthless, it 
might be well to publish the copy in the Harleian Collection, as the two throw 
light upon and occasionally explain and correct each other. Prom some peculiar 
misreadings which are evident in Leland's copy, and from which the Harleian is 
not altogether free, it appears highly probable that each of them was taken from 
a MS. not later than the fom'teenth century. It is not clear whether the four 
coats which are in Leland's copy and not in the Harleian were intentional 
additions to the former, or accidental omissions in the latter. They are the arms 
of the King of Castile, the King of Acre, Alein Lasser, and Baldwin de Cryke. 
Beside these the arms of the Count of Barre were evidently omitted by mistake ; 
and for some time I thought those of the Duke of Brabant and John de Brus 
were absent, they are so nearly worn off from the bottom of the page. In 
both copies the language in general appears older than the orthography. 

Prom the diversities in the spelling and in the language of the blason in the 
Harleian copy it seems evident that either the transcriber, or some one whom he 
followed, did not pretend to copy literatim, but only to make a copy that should 
be substantially correct. Not only tinctures but even heraldic expressions are 
sometimes in their English form. 

Several Bolls of Arms of early date have been already published. The late Sir 
H. Nicolas edited one of the time of Henry III., another, a very ample and 
important one, of the time of Edward II., and a third of the time of Edward III. 
The second of these, and also the Boll of Boroughbridge, temp. Edw. II., had been 
already published by the Becord Commissioners in the Appendix to the Parlia- 
mentary Writs, edited by Sir P. Palgrave. A Boll of the time of Bichard II. has 
been edited by Mr. Willement ; another of the time of Edward III. is printed in 
the Collectanea Topographica et Genealogica, vol. ii. p. 320 ; and two known as 
the Stepney and Dunstable Bolls, because they contain the arms of knights who 
were present at tournaments held at those places in 2 Edw. II. and 7 Edw. III. 
respectively, are printed in vol. iv. of that publication, pp. 63 and 389. Sir H. 
Nicolas, in the preface to the Boll of the time of Edward II. edited by him, 
pointed out the great use and importance of these documents as contemporary 
testimony, not only to the herald but also to the biographer and historian. Since 
he wrote, personal seals have very justly come to be more generally regarded as 
some of the most trustworthy heraldic evidences ; and these Bolls enhance their 
value very greatly by supplying the tinctures of the arms on such seals, which the 
mediseval engravers did not attempt to indicate. 

It is difficult to discover, or even conjecture, what led to the compilation of 



A Roll of Arms of the Thirteenth Century. • 3 

some of these EoUs. A few, such as the Stepney and Dunstable Eolls, and also 
the Boroughbridge RoU are lists of the names and arms of persons who were 
present on certain occasions. They were probably made out by heralds, and 
have something of an official character : others consist of the names and arms of 
persons who were not all contemporaries ; these should seem to have been derived 
more or less from former lists or rolls, recollection, and oral testimony, and been 
prepared for their own use by heralds or others whose duty or interest it was to 
be informed on such subjects. Of Rolls of this kind the dates can be determined 
only approximately, and chiefly by the latest of the coats found in them and by 
coats that are known to have been discontinued. We may learn, perhaps, some- 
thing as to how and why a few Rolls were compiled, from the deposition of one 
of the witnesses for Sir Itichard Scrope, in the Scrope and Grosvenor controversy 
temp. E/ich. II. Sir Robert Laton said that his father, who was an old man of 
the age of seventy, and had long served in foreign wars, and in time of peace at 
tournaments, commanded him to write in a schedule all the arms which he (the 
father) had learned from his ancestors, of the kings, princes, dukes, earls, barons, 
and the lords and knights and esquires whom he knew and remembered, and 
who came here and bore their names since the Conquest ; among which he 
made him write down the arms of Sir Richard Scrope and several others. It is 
to be regretted that the language of this interesting deposition is not more 
precise. 

The early Rolls sometimes consisted of coloured sketches of the arms, with the 
addition of the names of those who bore them, drawing being at that time 
an easier mode of recording the coats correctly than describing them, as 
heraldic language for some time wanted the technical perspicuity to which, 
under the name of blason, it afterwards attained. There is a Roll in the 
possession of this Society, the original of which was doubtless of the kind just 
mentioned ; for, though it has been considered a Roll of the fifteenth century, 
I am convinced, by the forms of the charges as well as by the names of those 
whose arms they are stated to have been, that it is a copy made in the fifteenth 
century of a Roll prepared about the year 1300. I should therefore be very 
glad to see that Roll published in some form by the Society. 

A Zurich Roll of the fourteenth century, which has been recently pubKshed, 
has the arms sketched and coloured without any blason. There is reason to 
believe that some Rolls of this sort, now lost, •were copied, so to speak, in Prench 
blason and the coloured sketches omitted, when it had become easier to blason 
arms than to sketch and colour them. Where arms were so copied by two 

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4 A Boll of Arms of the Thirteenth Century. 

heralds there would be considerable diversities in the language employed. In 
a few cases, probably, Rolls which consisted only of the names and the blason 
of the arms have been copied at a later date, and coloured sketches of the arms 
added as illustrations. 

Though the Harleian copy of the Roll under consideration contains, with the 
few exceptions before mentioned, the same names and arms as Leland's copy, 
the difference in the order of them is very great. In both the arrangement seems 
quite arbitrary. If all the persons whose arms are given in them were contem- 
poraries who had been present on some one occasion, this difference, as well as 
some variations in spelling and language which exist, might be accounted for by 
supposing that there were two originals prepared by different heralds. But it is 
too evident that all the persons named were not contemporaries for that supposi- 
tion to be admissible. The variations in spelling and language are such as might 
have arisen either from two persons having blasoned the same arms, or from 
successive transcribers having corrected or, as they thought, improved the or- 
thography and form of the original blason. In a few instances one or two names 
and coats only are omitted, as if by accident, and they are afterwards inserted at 
another place. Much ingenuity might be employed in endeavours to account for 
the more important dissimilarities in the arrangement. It is, however, sufficient 
for our present purpose briefly to state that, seeing the two copies substantially 
agree, they had most likely, at some remote time, a common original, but were 
taken from two copies of later date, between which there existed, from some 
cause, the differences that have been noticed. In that common original the arms 
may have been sketched and coloured, as the mention of diaper on two occasions 
seems to indicate, or they may have been blasoned ; but as to this we have no 
certain information. 

Leland's copy has no intimation expressed as to the date of this Roll, but the 
heading or. title of the Harleian copy speaks of the Roll as if it might have been 
compiled in the time of Henry III. ; but whether this opinion was derived from 
internal evidence, or from the handwriting from which the transcriber copied, 
is uncertain. 

There are several coats which, on a first survey of the contents, certainly 
suggest that as the period of its compilation. Such are the arms of the Earls of 
Albemarle, Chester, Warwick, Pembroke, and Winchester; for the families which 
respectively bore those arms and enjoyed those earldoms failed in the reign of 
Henry III., the last of them in 1261. Other persons are named who also died 
in that reign. William de Valence, who was created Earl of Pembroke in or 



A Roll of Arms of the Thirteenth Century. 5 

about 1255 ^ is styled Counte de Valence. Possibly he may have been so called 
after that event, as the Earls of Surrey were called Earls of Warenne. But there 
is a foreign coat that absolutely forbids our assigning an earlier date than 1263 to 
the original, which is that of the King of Sicily ; for it cannot be carried further 
back than that year, when Charles of Anjou, the brother of Louis IX. of Prance, 
claimed the kingdom of Sicily. We cannot, however, ascribe even so early a date 
to this Roll. There are several persons mentioned in it who are not found bearing, 
at that time or previously, the coats attributed to them ; but there are not, so far 
as I have been able to discover, the name and arms of any person who was not 
living and bearing such arms in or before 1277. Several seem to have been 
sons, or at least successors, of persons named in the Roll temp. Hen. III. edited 
by Nicolas ; others to have been the same persons as are there mentioned. One 
rather remarkable circumstance may assist us in fixing the date within a few 
years after 1275. In that Holl are the arms of William Bardolf, " d'azur a trois 
quintefueiles d'or," and those of Thomas his son, "autiel a croiselets d'or." At 
that time semy of crosslets was not an uncommon mark of cadency for younger 
sons. In this Boll we have " Thomas Bardulfe, d'azure poudre a croisel d'or 
3 quintefoiles d'or ; William, son frere, d'azure trois quintefoiles d'or." The latter 
is the pure coat; and therefore Thomas appears to have had a father and a 
brother both named William, and heads of the family. We find in Dugdale a 
William Bardolf who died in 1275, and was succeeded by a son William. No 
other issue is there mentioned ; but, as this is the only instance of a William suc- 
ceeding a William, either immediately or even otherwise within a few years, it is 
highly probable that the Thomas named in both Bolls was the son of the former 
of these two Williams. It may therefore be reasonably inferred that this Boll 
was not compiled before 1275, when William the father died. As nothing has 
been discovered that requires a later date for it, I conclude that it was prepared 
only a few years after that time ; and on these grounds I have come to regard its 
date as being about 1280. 

The arms of England, it will be observed, are not quartered with those of 
Prance, as they would have been after 1339. The arms of Hainault are not 
those so well known in this country through Queen Philippa, which were 
assumed by her grandfather in 1299, but the ancient coat, chevrony or and sa.'> 
which had been discontinued some years before. The arms of the Earl of 
Cornwall are not those of Gavaston, who was advanced to that earldom in 1308, 
but those of Earl Edmund, who was the only son of Bichard King of the 

^ See Ryraer, i. pp. 297, 324. He is called Earl of Pembroke in the latter place but not in the former. 



6 A Holl of Arms of the Thirteenth Century. 

Romans, and died without issue in 1300. !Por Poitiers or Poitou there is the 
rare coat of Alfonso, brother of Louis IX., who was created Count in 1241, and 
died without issue in 1271. So little as that coat was known here, it is not 
likely it would have had a place in a Eoll compiled many years after the latter 
event. The arms attributed to Geoffrey de Segrave are those which are mentioned 
in the Siege of Carlaverock, as having been discontinued by the father of the 
Nicholas de Segrave who was in the expedition celebrated by that poem. The 
banner of the Temple, as well as that of the Hospital, is given, as if both orders 
were then existing. Llewellin ap Griffith, whose arms are in this Roll, and his 
brother David, were the last Welsh princes who ruled in the Principality ; the 
former was slain in 1282. 

A few coats claim notice on their own account. Poremost amonsr these is the 
early example of the double-headed eagle for the Emperor of Germany, associated 
with the single-headed eagle for the King of Germany. The use of the former 
coat, and also this distinctive appropriation of the two, have been generally 
considered to have commenced about the end of the fourteenth century. The 
same coats, however, and apparently with the same appropriation of them, occur 
in a rich heraldic window in York Minster, the probable date of which is about 
1307.* It is not to be supposed the glass-painter would have introduced them 
there unless he had understood that such a use of them had been for some time 
prevalent. That the double-headed eagle was known in this country, as the 
armorial bearing of the Emperor of Germany, several years before the date 
assigned to this Holl, is apparent from a MS. copy of M. Paris's Historia Minor, 
in the British Museum, of about 1250, and believed to have been the author's 
own copy ; in which, among numerous heraldic illuminations, this eagle occurs 
several times unmistakeably for the Emperor of Germany.* It may not be 
irrelevant to mention that the Grand Interregnum, during which there was no 
Emperor, extended from 1256 to 1273-4, when it was terminated by the election 
of Hudolf of Hapsburg, and the recognition of him by the Pope. The arms 

^ In the Archaeological Journal, vol. xvii. p. 22, is a minute description of the glass in that window ; and 
near the end are some remarks on the early use of the eagle with two heads. 

^ My attention was directed to these very early examples of the heraldic use of the eagle with two heads 
for the Emperor of Germany by Sir Frederic Madden. The illuminations in that copy of the Historia 
Elinor of M. Paris are so exceedingly curious and interesting, especially in regard to early heraldry and 
mediaeval usages, that it is extremely desirable the printed copy of it about to be published under the 
sanction of the Master of the Rolls should be enriched with woodcuts of these unique sketches, which are 
believed to be by the author himself. This might be done at no great cost, and it could hardly be considered 
other than a judicious expenditure. 



A Boll of Arms of the Thirteenth Century. 7 

ascribed to the Kings of Bohemia, Cyprus, Armenia, Denmark, Norway, and 
Portugal differ essentially from those borne by the Kings of those countries in 
later times. Whatever may be the fact as to the others, those attributed to 
Portugal must, I think, be erroneous, being " gulez poudre turells d'or vn iabell 
d'azure," which have a great resemblance to the ancient arms of Poitou with 
a label ; whereas the arms of Portugal, as early at least as 1216, were five 
escutcheons in cross each charged in like manner with as many plates, as appears 
by a seal in Vredius. The castles in the modern arms of Portugal were derived 
from the marriage of Alphonso III. with Beatrice of Castile in 1256. 

Several of the foreign coats I have not been able to identify. The families 
that bore them may have failed early, and have not been important enough to 
have had their arms transmitted to posterity in the Prench printed collections. 

It seems hardly possible even to conjecture what gave rise to this Boll. That 
the compiler was an Englishman may be inferred from the spelKng of Wandome 
and Waldemode, to mention no other words. Had he attended Prince Edward 
in his crusade, we should have had more names of persons who took the cross 
on that occasion. If he had served in the wars here and on the continent, in 
which the English were engaged, and was, say, sixty years of age in 1280, he 
might in all probability have recollected at that time a large number of the 
coats comprised in the Boll, and he might easily have learned the rest from his 
associates. It is not improbable that in making out a list of arms in that way 
the compiler would have sometimes named the persons whom he remembered 
bearing the arms, instead of those by whom they were borne when he was 
writing. It seems, however, strange in any view of the matter, that so many 
well-known coats of distinguished English nobles should have been omitted, 
especially those of the Earls of Lancaster, Gloucester, Surrey, Lincoln, Oxford, 
and Arundel. 

In the following copy from the Harleian MS. the abbreviated words have been 
extended, and the numbers in brackets have been added for facility of reference 
in the Index. Some different, and for the most part more correct, readings from 
Leland's copy are given in the notes ; but it has not been my object to point out 
all the variations in that copy, as they are very numerous, and many of them are 
manifest errors. 

I remain. 

Ever yours truly, 

WESTON S. WALPOBD. 



A Roll of Arms of the Thirteenth Century. 



The Coppy of a very antient Bolle, made, as may bee supposed, in the 

tymeofK. H. 3.* 

[1 .] L'Empereur de Almaine, d'or vng egle espany ove deux testes sable. 

[2.] L'Empereur de Constantinople, gules ,crusuly d'or yn crois passant^ d'or a 
4 rondells d'or in les 4 quarters et in chescun rondell vn croise^.'' 

[3.] Le Roy de Almaine, d'or vn egle displaye sable. 

[4.] Le Roy d'Engleterre, gules a trois leopards d'or. 

[5.] Le E/Oy de Erance, d'azure seme de floretes ^ d'or. 

[6.] Le Roy d'Espaigne, escartille de gules vn chasteau or et d' argent vn leon 
rampant purpur. 

[7.] Le Roy de Aragon, paly d'or et de gules. 

[8.] Le Roy de Sicile, d'azure poudre a floretes d'or vn labell gules. 

[9.] Le Roy de Navarre, gules vn carbuncle d'or. 

[10.] Le Roy de Boeme, d'argent vn lion sable coronne d'or vn crois sur 
Tespalle. » 

[11.] Le Roy d'Escoce, d'or vn Hon rampant et vn borde florette de gulez. 

[12.] Le Roy de Hungrey, d'or estenzele a deux® passans d'azure. 

[13.] Le Roy de Cypre, vert besantee vn crois passant d'or. 

[14.] Le Roy d'Ermeny, vn leon rampant gulez vn border gulez indented. 

[15.] Le Roy de Denemark, d'or vn beauff gulez. 

[16.] Le Roy de Norwey, gulez vn chivall d'or selle. 

[17.] Le Roy de Man, gulez a trois iambes armes argent.^ 

[18.] Le Roy de Portugall, gulez poudre turells d'or vn labell d'azure.^ 

* The heading to Leland's copy is, " The Copy of an ould Roule of Armes." In the following Notes 
that copy is referred to by the letter L. 

" This term, crois passant, occurs in other early Rolls, though I do not remember to have' met with it in 
any glossary or treatise on heraldry. It should seem to have been the plain cross, and it is so figured in 
the original of the Roll printed in Collectanea Topogr. et Gen., ii. p. 320. It may have been equivalent to 
Passion cross, i.e. the Latin cross ; for on the long shields of the thirteenth century the plain cross had 
nearly that form. The term crois (simply) will be seen, however, to occur also when the same charge must 
in all probability have been intended. The use of the term crois passant is an indication that the original 
blason of this Roll was an early one, though the spelling has been in many places modernised. 

* un Croysille. L. ^ This word is represented by a fleur-de-lys tricked. 

* crois seems omitted. ' armes o tutte le quisses et chek un cornere seyt un pee. L. 
8 See p. 7 as to this coat. 



A Roll of Arms of the Thirteenth Century. 9 

[19.] Le auntient* de Temple, d'argent vn cheif sable vn crois gulez passant. 

[20.] Le auntient ^ del Hospitall, gules vn crois formy d'argent. 

[21.J Llewellin ap Griffith, escartelle d'or et gules 4 leons de IVn et I'autre. 

[22.] Le Countee de Poiteres, party d'azure et de gulez I'azure poudre a 
florettes d'or le gulez poudre a turells d'or. 

[23.] Le Contee de Bretaigne, chequy d'or et d'azure vn canton 'd'ermin vn 
border gulez. 

[24.] Le Contee de Blois, paly de veir et de gulez vn cheif d'or. 

[25.] Le Countee de Abrenes, chequy d'or et d'azure vn border gulez.° 

[26.] Le Contee de S* PauUe, paly de veir et de gules a cheif d'or vn labell 
d'azure. 

[27.] Le Contee Den** , d'azure billete d'or vn leon d'or. 

[28.] Le Contee de Elandres, d'or vn leon rampant sable. 

[29.] Le Contee de Barre, d'azure poudre a floretes d'or vn labell gulez poudre 
a circle d'or.® 

[30.] Le Contee Waldemode^, burule d'argent et de sable. 

[31.] Le Contee de Roussy, d'or vn leon rampant d'azure. 

[32.] Le Countee Wandome,^ d'argent vn cheif d'azure vn leon rampant 
gules. 

[33.] Le Counted Grauntpre, burulee d'or et gulez. 

[34.] Le Counte d'Aluerne, d'or vn ganfanon gulez. 

[35.] Le Counte de Porest, gulez vn dolphin del mere d'or. 

[36.] Le Countee Messouz,^ d'or vn leon rampant gulez vn border entere 
gules. 

[37.] Le Contee de Guisnes, voire d'or et d'azure. 

^ Le haucent L. ^ Le baucent L. 

° The arms are those of Dreux. The name probably had been misread. 

•^ No doubt cCEu was intended ; see L. The arms are those of the Counts of Eu of the family of Brienne. 
• ^ These were not the arms of Barre, but seem intended for those of Artois, circle being substituted for 
castels. Accordingly in L. we find as follows : — 

Le counte de Bar Dazur pudre a croisile dor a deus bars de mere. 
Le counte Dartoys dazur pudre a florette dor a une labeu de goules pudre a circle dor. 
^ Probably for Vaudemont. L. has Waldemond. 
^ Doubtless for Vendome. 

^ Perhaps for Soissons. In support of this conjecture I may mention that L. has Messons or Sessons, and 
that there was a capital S of the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries very like an M ; whence the story of 
the monk who would read Mumpsimus for Sumpsimus. At least one example of a like mistake occurs in 
the sequel of this EoU, where Manford has been substituted for Sanford. There are several such errors 
in L. If the name in the text should be Soissons, the arms are with a brisure. 



10 A Roll of Arms of the Tliirteenth Century . 

[38.] Le Countee de Henaud,* cheveronnee de or et de sable. 

[39.] Le Countee de Tholosa, gules vn crois patee percee d'argent vn border 
d'or. 

[40.] Le Countee de Champanie, d'azure vn bend d'argent cousteces d'or 
diapres.^ 

[41.] Le Countee de Hestell, gulez troiz rastells d'or. 

[42.] Le County de Joeny,'' gulez vn egle d'argent. 

[43.] Le County de Rige, d'azure vn leon rampant barry d'argent et gulez 
coronne d'or. 

[44.] Le Countee de Guerd, gulez vn bend d'argent a listes d'or.^ 

[45.] Le Conte^ de Bologne/ d'azure vn bend d'or deux leonceux rampant 
d'or. 

[46.] Le Countee de Rummesvile, d'or trois roses barges oue 3 roses vert.^ 

[47.] Le Countee de La petit piere, d'or vn cheif gulez vn cheverone argent sur 
le cheif.^ 

[48. J Le Conte Monioye, argent vn egle de veyre. 

[49.] Le Contee de Leonsteine, argent vn leon rampant gules coronne d'or 
sous vn mole^ d'azure. 

[50.] Le Countee de Albemarle, gules vn crois patee de veire. 

[51.] Le Countee Patrick, gulez vn leon rampant d'argent. 

[52.] Le Countee de Asceles,' paly d'or et de sable. 

[53.] Le Countee de Marre, d*azure billette d'or vn bend d'or. 

[54.] Le Countee de Cestre, d'azure trois garbes d'or. 

[55.] Le Countee de Chalun, gulez vn bend d'or. 

* Hainault. 

'' This mention of diapres favours the opinion that the arms in the original Eoll were drawn and 
coloured. 

*> The MS. has in the margin Polony. A writer in Notes and Queries, N. S. vol. xiii. p. 131, has 
mistaken this name for Toeny ; but it is no doubt an old form of Joigny. The arms are those of Joigny 
de Bellebrune. 

^ dorfluretes. L. ^ Belingne L. 

*■ This reading is evidently erroneous : probably for roses harges should be read i'osers charges. L. has the 
name Eampsuile, and the arms dor a treis rosers sur chek une roser une rose chek une roser verte. 

8 This coat has undergone a remarkable change : the modern blason of it is " de gueules un chevron 
d'argent a la plaine d'or " ; the plaine being only one-ninth of the field in base. Thus the chief and its 
chevron have come to occupy eight-ninths of the field. 

^ estant sus une mote L. 

* Atholl. Asceles was the family name or surname. 



A Roll of Arms of the Thirteenth Century, 11 

[56.] Le Countee de la March, burulee de argent et d' azure de vn menue 
bumles. 

[57.] Le Counte de Valence, buruUe d' argent et d'azure a merloz de gules 
bordeans. 

[58.] Le Countee de Cleve, gules vn escocheon d'argent vn carbuncle de" 
flurte. 

[59.] Le Countee de Lucemburg, burulee d'argent et d'azure vn leon rampant 
gulez coronne d'or. 

[60.] Le Countee de Musoin,^ gulez vn leopard rampand ovela cowefurche d'or. 

[61.] Le Countee de Monte, argent vn leon rampant gulez la cowe croise 
coronne d'or vn laber d'or.*" 

[62.] Le Countee de Kiburc, gules vn bend et deux leons rampant d'or. 

[63.] Le Countee de Priburc, d'or vn egle gulez vn border veiree. 

[64.] Le Countee de Wirtenberg, d'or 3 perch de daimes sable. 
. [65.] Le Countee de Trerstein,*^ d'or vn bysse gulez. 

[66.] Le Counte de Whittingwen,^ veire d'or et gulez vn escocheon d'azure vn 
saultoir d'argent. 

[67.] Le Countee de Colestein, d'or vn cheif sable. 

[68.] Le Counte de Vian, gules vn egle espany d'or. 

[69.] Signeur de Bilebatia de Try, d'or vn bend gobony d'argent et d'azure. 

[70.] Regnald de Try, d'or vn bend d'azure vn labell gulez. 

[71.] Le Countee Dammartin de Beleigne, barry d'argent et de azure vn border 
gulez. 

[72.] Le Duk de Burgoine, bendy d'or et d'azure vn border gulez. 

[73.] Le Duk de Breban, sable vn leon rampant d'or.^ 

[74.] Le Duk de Austrich, gules vn fesse d'argent. 

[75.] Le Duk de Baveire, masculy d'argent et d'azure. 

[76.] Le Duk de Pouland, d'or vn egle sable vn crescant in le petrine d'argent. 

[77.] Le Duk de Lorain e,* d'or vn bend gulez troiz eglettes d'argent in le bend. 

[78.] Le Duk de Luneburg, d'argent vn leon rampant gules la cowe croyze 
coronne d'or. 

■ dor Jlurte. L. 

^ Musein L. The coat resembles that of Mussy in Burgundy, which was, Gules a lion rampant or. 
*^ a une laheu dazur. L. The r of laber in the MS. may have been a slip for v. 
^ Probably for Thierstein in the Zurich Roll mentioned above, p. 3. 
® No doubt for Oetingen in Bavaria. See Spener. 

^ This name and coat are at the bottom of a column of the MS., and almost worn off. With the 
aid of L. I read the fragments of the letters as above. Breban here, doubtless, means Brabant. 

52 



12 A Moll of Arms of the Thirteenth Century. 

[79.] Geffiy de Needle, argent vn sautour de gules. 

[80.] John le Eitz John, escartelle d'or et de gulez vn border indente d' argent 
et d' azure. 

[81.] Guiliam de Breynin, d'or troiz peuz de gulez.* 

[82.] William Hansard, d'azure trois mullettes d'argent. 

[83.] "William de Roos, d'azure trois bousses d'or. 

[84.] John Commin, gules troiz garbes d'or. 

[85.] Thomas de Clare, d'or trois cheverones gulez vn labell d'azure. 

[86.] Hoger de Leyburne, d'azure a six leonceux d'argent. 

[87.] William Longspee, d'azure a siz leonceaux d'or. 

[88.] Son frere, autel a vn cantell d'ermine. 

[89.] Hernoll de la Wede, barry d'or et gulez fretty d'argent. 

[90.] Henry de Barnam, lez armes du Boy de Brance al cheif paly d'argent et 
de gulez. 

[91.] Le Sire de Segni, d'argent vn crois sable a merlos sable bordeans. 

[92.] Gualtier de Gistell, gulez vn cheueron d'ermine. 

[93.] Walter de Burnivall, d'argent vn bend et siz merloz gulez. 

[94.] Jehan de Gurney, d'argent vn crois engrele de gulez. 

[95.] Beris Bigott, d'azure siz merloz d'or vn bend engrele d'or. 

[96.] Bichard Bitz NichoU, d'azure vn quintefoil d'or 15 escallops bordeantes 
argent. 

[97.] Wauter Estotevile, burelle d'argent et de gules 3 leons rampant sable. 

[98.] Le Countee de Hereford, d'azure 6 lionceux d'or vn bend d'argent les 
listes d'or. 

[99.] Le Countee de Cornewaile, d'argent vn leon rampant gulez coronne d'or 
border sable besantee. 



[100. 
[101. 
[102. 
[103. 
[104. 
[105. 
[106. 
[107. 



Le Contee de Wincestre, gules poudre a faux losengez d'or. 

Le Contee de Bembroke, party d'or et vert vn leon rampant gulez. 

Le Countee de Warwic, eschekere d'or et d'aizure vn cheueron d'ermin. 

Le Counte de Le Hie, gules trois barres d'or diaspres.^ 

Boger de Mowbraye, giilez vn leon rampant d'argent. 

Bobert de Bos, gulez a troiz buzes d'argent. 

Hugh de Nevile, d'azure vn leon rampant d'or. 

Bobert de Nevile, gules vn sautour d'argent. 



' Azure is added after gulez as if instead of it, and in the margin Guy de Bryen, apparently by a later 
hand. In L. the name is Brequyn. William de Brechin was no doubt intended : he bore, Or three piles 
gules; and died 1284. 

" See note p. 10, where the diaper is also mentioned. 



A Roll of Arms of the Thirteenth Centm^y. 13 

[108.] Geoffrey de Lucy, gules poudre a croisell d'or et troiz luz d'or. 

[109.] Garin de Bassingburne, geronne d'or et d' azure. 

[110.] Thomas Bardulfe, d' azure poudre a croisel d'or 3 quintefoiles d'or. 

[111.] William son frere, d'azure trois quintefoiles d'or. 

[112.] Pouk de Kerdeston, gulez vn sautour engrelle d' argent. 

[113.] Nicholas de Manford,^ undee d'argent et de gulez. 

[114.] Richard de la More, escartelle d'argent et d'azure indente. 

[115.] Eustache de BalioU, gulez a vn faux escocheon d'argent. 

[116.] Jehan de Plescy, d'argent a trois muUettes^ percees gulez. 

[117.] Walter Belechamp, escartelle d'or et gulez vnd bend gulez. 

[118.] Guy de Bochford, escartelle d'or et gules. 

[119.] John de Berner, escartelle d'or et vert vn labell gulez. 

[120.] Baffe de Camois,'' d'or al cheif gulez trois gastells d'argent. 

[121.] Walter Malduist, d'argent a deux barres de gules. 

[122.] Ernauld de Boyes, d'argent a deux barres et vn canton gulez. 

[123.] Ingram de Merke, gulez vn leon rampant d'argent.* 

[124.] Walter Martell, gules trois martells d'argent. 

[125.] Geoffry de Gaunt, barre d'or et d'azure vn bend gulez. 

[126.] Waren de Montchensy, d'or a 3 escocheons barry de veire et de gulez. 

[127.] Johan de Monemouth, d'or trois cheuerones gulez vn fesse d'argent. 

[128.] Bobert de Mortymer, barry d'or et de vert florettee de I'un et I'autre. 

[129.] Gualtier de Eauconberge, sable vn quintefoile d'argent a merloz 
d'argent bor deans. 

[130.] Hugh Bigot, gules vn leon passant d'or. 

[131.] Banff Bassett, palee d'or et gulez in vn cantell d'argent vn crois patee 
sable. 

[132.] Baffe de la Haye, d'argent a ruell de gulez. 

[133.] Alein de la Zouch, sable (forse gules) besantee d'or. 

[134.] Boger de Somery, d'or a deux Icons d'azure. 

[135.] Hugh Seingeine, gulez 3 rouells d'or vng dansee d'or en cheif. 

[136.] Geffry Tregoz, d'or deux gemells et vn leopard in cheif gulez. 

[137.] Geffrey de Segrave, sable a trois garbes d'argent. 

* Manford L., but no doubt for Sanford or Samford ; probably the Nicholas mentioned in the Roll temp. 
Hen. III. edited by Nicolas, p. 11. 

^ In the margin is anulettes credo ; which is probably correct. See Roll temp. Hen. III. p. 5. 

c In the MS. this name is written Ga mots, and has been read la mois. L. has Camoys, which is no doubt 
correct. 

d This is the same coat as Mowbray, supra, No. [104]. Probably a bordure is omitted. 



14 A Moll of Arms of the Thirteenth Century. 

[138.] Raffe Tattishalle, cheky d'or et gulez vn cheif d'ermine. 

[139.] Geffrey de Belchamp, escartelle d'argent et de sable. 

[140.] William Boyvile, escartelle d'or et sable vn leon passant gulez en le 
pre [cantell.] "" 

[141.] Jehan de Brus, d'or 3 cheverones gules vn border d'azure indentez.^ 

[142.] Roger de Mortymer, barry d'or et d'azure al cheif palee al cantel 
geronne vn escocheon d'argent. 

[143.] Marmaduk de Thweng, d'argent vn fesse gules trois papegayes vert. 

[144.] John de Burgh, masculee de veire et de gulez. 

[145 ] Johan Giffard, gulez troiz Icons passantz d'argent. 

[146.] Geffrey Genevile, d'azure al cheif d'ermine vn leon recoupe de gulez 
en le azure trois bresses d'or. 

[147.] Bobert de Clifford, cheky d'or et d'azure vn fesse gulez. 

[148.] William Crepin, d'argent trois barres de gulez engrelles. 

[149.] Amary de Miland, sable vn leon rampant d'argent a la queve fourche 
I'escue billete d'argent. 

[150.] Henry de Cheverouse, d'argent vn crois gulez 4 Icons rampant d'azure. 

[151.] Joan de Montmorency, d'or poudre de egletes d'azure vn crois de gulez. 

[152.] Baudwin de Erevile, de veire vn crois passant gules. 

[153.] William D'oddingsells, d'argent vn fes et deux rovells in cheif de gulez. 

[154.] Bobert Angenya,*" gules vn florette d'or. 

[155.] Philip Marmion, de veire vn fesse de gulez. 

[156.] Philip le Fitz Warine, escartele d'argent et de gulez indentee. 

[157.] Edward Paveley, d'azure vn crois d'or reserscele. 

[158.] Hugh le Hussey, barry d'ermyn et de gules. 

[159.] Jehan de St. John, d'argent a cheif de gulez deux rovells d'or en cheif. 

[160.] Bobert de Vaux, chequy d'argent et de gulez. 

[161.] Baudewin Peche, veire d'or et gules. 

[162.] Peres de Menclerk, d'azure trois quintefoyles d'argent. 

[163.] Walter de Sein John, d'azure trois fermaulx d'or. 

[164.] Walter de Burg, escartile d'argent et gules vn crois passant gulez. 

* So much of this coat as followed pre is missing. When complete the conclusion was probably premier 
cantell. L. has 6. cantel dor, the 6 being, I suppose, a mistake for ew, as the like occurs there again and 
again. 

*• This name and coat are at the bottom of a column, and nearly worn off ; but with the aid of L. I read 
the fragments of the letters as above. In the margin opposite the name are a few words I cannot read, 
being almost obliterated. 

*= L. has Augeuyn ; possibly for Angevyn. 



A Roll of Arms of the Thirteenth Century. 15 

[165.] Uichard de Heselington, d'argent trois cressantes sable. 

[166.] Morice le PitzGerald, d'argent vn sautour de gulez. 

[167.] K/ichard Talbott, d'or vn leon gules coUered d'or vn border vert besante 
d'or. 

[168.] Johan de Harecourt, gulez a deux barres d'or. 

[169.] Hugh le Arcbevesque, burele de vn menue burlure d'argent et d' azure 
vnd bend gulez. 

[170.] Geffry de Mergines, gules vn fesse d'or et vn danse d'or en clieife. 

1 171.] Eobert de Cresignes,* d'azure al cbeif d'or et trois gemells d'or. 

[172. J Hugo de Baucoy le Labyn" vert et d'orvn crois gules resercele vn labell 
sable. 

[173.] Lancelot Sein Mark,'' d'argent vn bend engrele gulez vn labell d'azure. 

[174.] Escbelard de Monsyrolle,«i d'argent vn bend gulez engrele six escallops 
d'azure. 

[175.] Thomas de Coucy, barry de voire et de gules vn bend d'or. 

[176.] Robert de Basseger,^ paly de verry et de gulez al cheif d'or vn florete de 
sable. 

[177.] William de Chavegn/ d'argent vn fesse engrele gulez vn labell sable. 

[178.] Phillip de Montford, gulez vn leon rampant d'argent le cowe furche vn 
labell d'azure. 

[179.] Henry de Baiinstersein, vert a trois faux lozenges d'argent al cheif 
paly d'or et de gulez. ^ 

[180.] Gauter Bertram,^ pale d'or et de gules a vn cantell d'azure vn rovell 
d'argent. 



FINIS. 



" Creseques L. Cresecques of Artois bore, " D'azure a deux tierces d'or au chef du meme.'* 
^ le lahiau L. Some partition seems omitted. Baugay of Poitou bore, Or a cross ancre gules. Le lahyn 
was probably a soubriquet, possibly for le lambin. In the margin is written, " Ingham's cote." 
* S. Marc of the Isle of France bore, Gules a bend engrailed argent. 
^ This name is probably misspelt : L. has mont Tyrelle. 

' Basseges or Basseches L. Basoches of Artois bore, Gules 3 pallets vair on a chief or a fleur-de-lys sable. 
^ Probably Chauvigny was intended ; that coat was, Argent five fusils in fess gules. 
8 Bertrant L. 



NOTE. 

The Harleian MS. 6589, in which the above roll is contained, appears to be entirely in the handwriting 
of Nicholas Charles, Lancaster Herald, and from two dates in different parts of the book to have been chiefly 
compiled in the years 1606 and 1607. The folloAving is a list of the contents derived principally from a 
table given by Charles himself, and with references to his original folios : — 

1. "Edward the First's knights" (f. 1-16). 

2. " A Eoll intituled the Names and armes of great lordes at a battaile" (f. 17, 18). 

These two articles form a copy of the well-known Eoll temp. Edw. II., printed in Parliamentary Writs, 
410 ; and by Nicolas. 8vo. Lond. 1828. (Papworth, N.) 

3. Roll of the Tournament at Dunstable, 2 Edw. II. (f. 19, 20). Printed, from another copy, in 
Collectanea Topog. iv. 61, as the Eoll of the Tournament at Stepney. (Papworth, L.) 

4. Eoll of the Battle of Falkirk, 26 Edw. I. (f. 21-24). Believed to be unpublished. (Papworth, H.) 

5. Eoll of Knights on Monday before the Nativity of our Lady (f. 25, 26). (Papworth, M.) 

6. Knights made at the Siege of Calais, 21 Edw. III. (f. 29, 30). (Papworth, E.) 

7. Eoll in the custody of Sir Eichard St. George, Norroy (f. 31, 32). A fragment of the Eoll temp. 
Henry III., pubhshed by Nicolas. 8vo. Lond. 1829. (Papworth, B.) 

8. Eoll of the time of Henry III. (f. 33-36). That printed above. (Papworth, C.) 

9. Karlaverock Eoll, anno 1300 (f. 38, 39). (Papworth, K.) 

10. Eoll in trick in custody of Sir Eichard St. George (f. 47-58). Commonly called Charles' Eoll. 
Printed in the following coaimunication, No. II. (Papworth, E.) 

11. Jennings' Eoll (^f. 61-95). Partly printed, from a copy in the College of Arms, by Nicolas, as a Eoll 
temp. Edward IIL 8vo. Lond. 1829. (Papworth, Y.) 

12. Eoll temp. Edw. III. or Eich. IL at end of Jennings' Eoll (f. 89-95). (Papworth, X.) 

13. Tournament of Dunstable, 2 Edward IL (f. 99-104). Another copy of No. 3. (Papworth, L. bis.) 

14. Eoll temp. Edw. I , in custody of Mr. John Guiliams, Portsmouth (f. 105-107). In trick. (Pap- 
worth, J.) 

15. "A Rolle in suits of ordinaries without any title" (f. 301-308). This is another copy of a portion 
of Jennings' Ordinary. See above, No. 11. 

16. "A Eolle in blazone without any title " (f. 309, 310). A single leaf, not in Charles' handwriting. 

17. A leaf not in Charles' handwriting (f. 311, 312), containing the concluding 51 coats of Dunstable 
Roll, 7 Edw. ni., printed in Collectanea Topog. iv. 389. 

18. Another copy of the Karlaverock Eoll, No. 9 (f. 315—319). 

19. Names and arms of knights at siege of Calais, 1 Ith April, 18 Edw. III. to 18th Nov., 21 Edw. HI. 
(f. 320, 321). Printed by Mores, 4to, Oxford, 1749. (Papworth, Q.) 

20. An inserted sheet, containing 49 coats from the Eoll of Acre (f. 322, 323). (Papworth, A.) 

21. Index of names in Charles' handwriting. 

22. Supplementary index in another hand, chiefly to Nos. 13, 14, and 16 — 20, not included in the first 
index. 

From the index and table of contents it is probable that there were never any leaves with writing between 
f. 107 and f. 301. 

A. W. F. 



Two Rolls of Arms of the Reign of King Edward the First ; with some JPrefatory 
Remarks by Charles Spencer Perceval, Esq., LL.D., F.S.A. 

The first of the two following rolls, the entire blazon of which has never 
before appeared in print, has for many years been preserved in the Library of the 
Society of Antiquaries. How or when it came into their possession does not 
appear, and the only fact that has been ascertained as to its previous history is, 
that about the year 1610 it was in the custody of Nicholas Charles, then 
Lancaster Herald, to whose pains we owe the preservation of the second roll, 
known of late by his name, and now also published for the first time. 

The first-mentioned roll is entered in the Catalogue of the Society's MSS., 
printed in 1816, under the head of " Rolls, Charters, &c." as follows : — " 17. A 
Roll of Arms of English Nobility, Knights, &c. emblazoned on vellum. Appa- 
rently of the fifteenth century." 

Early in 1863 the attention of Mr. W. S. Walford was called to this manuscript, 
and in his paper read on the 12th of Eebruary in that year,* he took occasion to 
remark as follows : — " Though this has been considered a roll of the fifteenth 
century, I am convinced, by the forms of the charges, as well as by the names of 
those whose arms they are stated to have been, that it is a copy made in the 
fifteenth century of a roll prepared about the year 1300. I should, therefore, be 
very glad to see that roll published in some form by the Society." It was in 
consequence of these observations that the document was placed in the hands of 
the present writer, in order to prepare for the press a description, or in heraldic 
language the blazon, of the arms comprised in it. This roll is composed of four 
strips of vellum sewn together at the ends, and forming a continuous sheet eight 
feet and a half long by eleven inches and a half wide, aff'ording space for 486 
shields of arms arranged in 54 rows of 9 shields each. The arms are neatly 
drawn and coloured throughout, the name of the bearer being (except in a few 
cases, where a blank occurs,) written underneath the coat, in a hand corresponding 
with that used in deeds of the fifteenth century. It may be observed that, 
though the handwriting may be, and probably is, of that date, yet the shape of 

' See above, p. 1. 
C 



18 Two Bolls of Arms of the 

the shields is not so, being of the longer and more pointed form in use in 
the latter part of the thirteenth century. Such shields were convex ; and in 
the representation of the ordinaries formed by diagonal lines, such as the bend 
and the saltire, we find in the present roll, as also occasionally in seals of 
the time, that the outlines of these ordinaries are curved, as if to indicate the 
convexity of the shield. This is, I believe, one of the peculiarities to which 
Mr. Walford alludes, in the passage extracted above, as tending to show that 
our roll is a copy from an earlier original. To this evidence may be added the 
remarkable drawing of the fur *' vair," the pieces not being of the bell shape 
now usually given to them, but more resembling that invention of a later date 
called "potent-counter-potent," or " vairy-cuppy." That our roll was a copy 
is, I think, made still more probable, not only by the occasional blunders 
(not mere varieties of spelling) committed in the surnames, as, for instance, 
Hoderugo miswritten for Coderugge, Trevarner for Crevequer, Hakeruz for 
Bakepuz, where, as it would seem, the name was unfamiliar to the copyist's ear 
and indistinct to his eye ; but also by occasional omissions of the first or of 
the final letter of a surname, which lead us to infer that in such places the 
original was illegible. 

On the whole, the roll is in good preservation : the colours being generally 
distinct, and the writing legible, except in some places, where exposure to the 
weather, or the operation of some fluid, has produced patches of a nearly uniform 
yellowish tint upon the originally uncoloured surface of the vellum, difficult 
occasionally to distinguish from the transparent yellow colour used for the 
heraldic tincture Or. The vellum is left plain where the field or the principal 
charge is Argent; but a minor charge of that tincture (as a label) occurring 
surtout is sometimes painted over the primary bearing, or the field, with a 
metallic pigment of a heavy body, originally representing silver, but which, 
having undergone chemical change, has by this time turned to a colour difficult 
to distinguish (in the absence of extrinsic evidence), from the blue body-colour 
used in similar places for Azure. Hence, a few hesitations between Argent and 
Or, and between Argent and Azure, which will be noticed in the following pages. 

A copy, in trick, of this roll exists in Harl. MS. No. 6137, where it will be 
found at folio 45 recto, thus headed : — 

" This is the trewe copeie of an ould Roll donn in coUeres upon parchment of 
those noblemen and gentlemen that lyued in the time of Edward the firste, 
Kemaining in the custody of Mr. Nich. Charles Lancaster Herald." 

This copy, which cannot be later than 1613, when Charles ceased to be Lan- 



Reign of King Edward the First. 19 

caster Herald, gives a very faithful representation of the original, pre§erving some 
tinctures, and restoring some names, which since 1613 have become partially- 
effaced or illegible. It has been carefully collated for the purposes of the present 
publication. 

The other of the two rolls of arms which form the subject of these re- 
marks is Charles's (or, more properly, St. George's) Roll. It exists, so far as at 
present appears, only in two tricked copies among the Harleian MSS., of which 
one is in the same volume (No. 6,137), and by the same hand as the above- 
mentioned copy of the Society's HoU, while the other occurs in the volume 
No. 6,589 (whence also we have the roll edited by Mr. Walford), and is, no 
doubt, the work of Charles himself. This copy is prefaced by the note, " This 
Roll, on the other side, was copied by the original which Mr. Norry [i.e. Richard 
St. George] lent me An. Dili. 1607. Nicholas Charles." There are several slight 
discrepancies between these two copies, principally as to spelling of names; 
Charles's own copy appearing to be a trifle less particular in preserving ortho- 
graphical peculiarities. 

I have already said that the roll from which these two copies were taken 
does not appear to be any longer in existence. It was probably a document 
bearing a close outward resemblance to the Society's roll. Like it, it must have 
contained nine shields in a row. This arrangement is adopted in Charles's own 
copy, and that this is not arbitrary is suflQ.ciently proved by the fact, that in 
two instances the order of the coats in the two copies differs, owing to one or 
other of the copyists having accidentally transposed a row of nine shields. (See 
Nos. 118 et seqq., 200 et seqq.) 

Having been led to examine the contents of this roll with reference to that of 
the Society of Antiquaries, I found that they belonged almost exactly to the same 
period. Of the 677 coats which St. George's roll contains, nearly 300 are also 
to be found in that of the Society, agreeing in every respect as to blazon and the 
Christian- and sur-names of their bearers ; while about 50 more coats occur in 
each Roll with variations, sometimes as to Christian names, at other times as to 
brizures, with other discrepancies of various degrees of importance. Each roll 
throws light on the other, particularly in the way of correcting the spelling of 
names, which in one or the other have sometimes become corrupted to the extent 
of unintelligibility. binding that both rolls taken together would form a very 
large and important collection of arms of persons living at some time between 
1240-5 (the date of the Roll of Arms of the reign of Henry III. edited by 
Sir N. H. Nicolas), and 1300, the date of the Karlaverock roll, and becoming 

c2 



20 Two Molls of Arms of the 

strongly impressed with the desirability of publishing this contemporaneous body 
of early heraldry in a complete form, I resolved to write down the blazon of 
St. George's roll, in order to append it to my blazon of the roll of the Society.* 
To save space however, and needless repetition, I have in the copy which follows 
omitted the arms common to this roll and that of the Society, giving only the 
names, and for the blazon referring by numerals to the corresponding coats as 
they appear in the latter. It is hoped that this plan will not be found to produce 
any serious inconvenience. 

I may here remark that Mr. J. W. Papworth has included the blazon of both 
these rolls, from the Harleian copies, in his valuable " Ordinary of British 
Armorials," which is now in the course of pubKcation. He has there referred to 
St. George's roll by the letter E, and to the tricked copy of the Society's roll by 
the letter E, while the letter B is assigned to the Roll temp. Hen. III. mentioned 
above. This notation is convenient, and I have adopted it both in the sequel of 
these remarks and in my blazon of the two roUs.^ 

The historical value of such rolls as these much depends on the amount of the 
probability that they accurately hand down the blazon of the coat-armour really 
worn by the persons whose names they contain ; and this probability is con- 
siderably affected by the amount of certainty with which, in any case, it can be 
shown that the roll was compiled during the lifetime or soon after the death of 
those persons. In order therefore to estimate the value of the two documents at 
present under our notice, we must first ascertain the period to which the names 
in each belong, and next endeavour to approximate to the respective dates of the 
compilations. Eor these purposes we must resort to internal evidence; and, 
though some of the facts to be derived from thence may perhaps bear on both 
branches of the inquiry, yet the two points are best kept distinct. 

Now with regard, in the first place, to the period to which the names in each 
roll belong. I may state generally, what on particular examination will abundantly 
appear, that though neither roll relates entirely to persons who were all contem- 
poraries, yet that the great majority of coats belongs to noblemen, knights, and 

' St. George's roll has 677, and the Society's roll 486 coats. Of these, about 350 are common to both. 
Deduct this number from 1163, the aggregate sum; the remainder, 813, is, approximately, the number of 
independent coats obtained from both rolls. 

b Where various readings occur, my notation is as follows: — No. 17 denotes the reading of the Society's 
Roll; F, that of the copy in trick; E, that of the copy of St. George's roll, Harl. MS. No. 6137; E', that of 
the copy No. 6589 in the same collection. Where the readings agree, F refers both to the Society's roll and 
to the tricked copy ; E to both copies of St. George's roll. 



Reign of King Udward the First. 21 

gentlemen, principally with English names, who were living at some time between 
the years 1280 and 1300, or a few years later. The arms of many of the besiegers 
of Karlaverock, a.d. 1300, and of several or indeed most of those who signed the 
Barons' letter in the next year, appear in our rolls attributed either to the indi- 
viduals themselves, or to the fathers of such of them as had recently succeeded 
to their parents' estates. Thus John de St. John, whose arms were Argent on a 
chief gules two mullets or, occurs in roll E. (230), and was himself at Karlaverock ; 
while Roger de Lancaster (E. 264), who bore Argent two bars, on a canton gules 
a lion passant guardant or, died in 1298, leaving John his son and heir, who at 
the siege displayed the same coat. Again, the Walter de Beauchamp of roll E. 
(224), is to be identified by his arms. Gules a fess between six martlets or, with 
that Walter who fought at Karlaverock, and as " Dominus de Alcestre " signed 
the Barons' letter. Bobert de Thony, who at the siege — 

" Escu blanc et baniere blanche 
portoit, o la vermeille manche" — 

had succeeded his father Balf, to whom our roll (E. 79) assigns this coat, in 1294. 
These cases, selected at random, are a sample of what on examination will prove 
to be the staple of the contents of the rolls. 

At the same time many names occur of persons who were dead some time 
before 1280. This is obvious on glancing at the list of earls which heads each 
roll. Eor instance, the very first coat in E, " Counte de Salesburi," is that 
belonging to William de Longesp^e, who died in 1226 ; while his male issue, who 
were deprived of the earldom, failed in 1256. The last Earl of Chester (Blunde- 
ville) who bore the three garbs (E. 16) died in 1232. It is needless to give further 
examples ; and indeed these lists of earls are not peculiar to the rolls under dis- 
cussion, but will be found in other similar compilations, as in the roll B, and 
in that called G by Mr. Pap worth (Harl. MS. No. 6137), and by him dated 
about 1296. But besides the arms of extinct earls there will be found the names 
and arms of several other persons who died childless, or without male issue, prior 
to the time to which, as above stated, .the mass of the entries belong ; so that 
at that time there can have been no person of the same names entitled to such 
arms. I give five examples : — 

1. In the roll B we have the arms of William de Cantelowe (Cantilupe), 
Gules three fleurs-de-liz or. The same coat in both our Bolls (E. 246, E. 60) is 
assigned to George de Cantlou. According to Dugdale, William de Cantilupe 
died in 1254, leaving George his only son and heir, who died in 1273 without 
issue. A sister and the issue of a deceased sister were his heirs. 



22 Two Molls of Arms of the 

2. John le Eitz Geffrey in roll B bears Quarterly or and gules a bordure vair, 
attributed in E. (65) to John le Eitz John. Now John Eitz Geoffrey died in 1256, 
leaving John Eitz John Eitz Geoffrey his son and heir, who was succeeded in 1258 
by John Eitz John, who died without issue in 1276, but who must be the 
person named in E. In roll E. (80) the descent is carried one step further, 
by giving the same coat undifferenced to Hichard Eitz John, who was brother and 
heir to the last-named John. 

3. James de Audeley (E. 95) bears the plain Audley coat, Or, fretty gules ; 
E. (105) giving the same arms to William de Audeley. Now James died without 
issue in 1272, and William his brother succeeded Henry the second brother on 
his death also without issue in 1275. That these names are rightly connected 
with the arms appears from the fact that they are assigned, plain, in the roll 
temp. Edw. 11. to Nicholas, nephew of these three brothers, and who was then 
head of the house. 

4. John the last Baron Beauchamp of Bedford, whose arms we have (E. 358), 
Quarterly or and gules a bend of the second, was slain at Evesham in 1265 ; his lands 
were forfeited, and he certainly left no issue that survived long, as under the 
Dictn/m de Kenilworth his sisters or their issue obtained restitution of his estates. 

5. Similarly we find (E. 140) a coat assigned to the Lord of Dinawesbran, 
i. e. Dinasbran Ca&tle in North Wales, which must be referred to Griffith ap 
Madoc, called Lord of Dinasbran, who, dying in 1270, left his children under age. 
Their possessions fell a prey to John, Earl of Warren, and E-oger, Mortimer, a 
younger son of Boger Mortimer of Wigmore, the guardians appointed by the 
King ; as to which proceeding see Dugdale, under Mortimer of Chirke (a lord- 
ship which was part of the plunder) ; so that practically this name and arms 
became extinct in relation to the lordship of Dinasbran, at Griffith's death. 

Hence our rolls were, in all probability, compiled from recollection or in- 
formation, much in the manner in which Mr. W. S. Walford considers the roll 
lately edited by him {ante, p. 8) to have been produced, and frequently, here as 
there, the author seems to have attributed a coat to the person whom he or his 
informant remembered bearing the arms, instead of to the individual entitled to 
them at the time of his writing. Thus, to add two instances occurring in both 
the present rolls. Erancis or Eranco de Bonn (Sable three crescents or, E. 76, 
and probably E. 52), from the peculiarity of his Christian name, must be iden- 
tified with Eranco de Bohun of Midhurst, who died in 1272, leaving John his son 
and heir aged 26.* Walter de Colvill again, to whom the coat, Or, a fess gules, 

« Esch. Edw. I. num. 39. 



Heifffi of King Edward the First. 23 

is assigned in all the three rolls B., E., (101), and E. (53), died in 1276, leaving 
Hoger his son and heir, aged 25. Edmund, son and heir of Roger,* appears in 
the Roll temp. Edw. II. with the same arm-s ; which establishes the identity. 

These instances might easily be multiplied, but to no very good purpose, as 
enough has probably been said with regard to the period to which the names 
in the two rolls belong ; and if so, we may now proceed to the investigation of the 
date of compilation. By this time it will be clear, that, as the dates of death 
of the persons named range from 1226 to various years after 1301, it will be 
impossible to say how much time may have elapsed while the rolls were in 
progress. Either of them may have been the work of a month, or the result 
of collections extended over many years ; and the most that can be done is to 
arrive at an approximation to the year in which each was finished. With this 
object in view, we may notice the following coats : — 

1. That of Nicholas Segrave (E. 50, E. 72), Sable three garbs argent. This 
must be the father of John and Nicholas Segrave, who at Karlaverock bore the 
lion rampant in substitution for the garbs, a change which the rhymester informs 
us was made by Nicholas senior, and therefore before 1295, when he died. 

2. That of Bichard Talbot, who (E. 652) gives the old Talbot coat. Or five 
bendlets gules, while on his seal to the Barons' letter (1301) the arms are, A lion 
rampant within a bordure engrailed. 

3. The arms of Henri de Perci (E. 110), Azure five fusils in fess or. A writer 
in Archseologia ^Eliana, vol. iv. p. 161 seqq., has demolished the common story 
that Joscelin de Louvaine, who died before 1191, took the name of Percy, but kept 
the lion rampant alleged to be his paternal coat ; for in fact it was during the 
lifetime of his descendant Henry de Perci, brother and heir of John, both sons of 
another Henry, that the change in the arms is first noticed. The lion is on the seal 
of Henry de Perci the younger, attached to the Barons' letter, and the suggestion 
made by the writer just quoted, that the lion azure in a gold field was a coat 
assumed on his marriage with the daughter of the Earl of Arundel, differenced in 
tincture from that of his father-in-law. Gules a lion rampant or, is well worthy 
of attention, especially in connection with the circumstances that the seal of 
himself and that of the Earl of Arundel which are attached to the Barons' 
letter are "wonderfully similar." It is noticeable that he retained the tinctures 
of the old Percy coat, but reversed them. Our Henry may be either the son, or 
else the father, who did not die till about the 56th Hen. III., when, according to 
Dugdale, his widow had assignment of her dower. It is proper to remark that 

* Nicolas, Histor. Peerage, by Courthope. 



24 Two Rolls of Arms of the 

neither this case, nor that of Talbot, is a perfect instance of a disused coat, as 
later descendants, both of Talbot and Percy, reassumed the older bearings as 
quarterings; and indeed the modern Talbot coat will be found. No. [167], in 
the roll edited by Mr. W. S. Walford. 

4. The old canting coat of Gorges, Argent a gorges or whirlpool azure (blazoned 
in B. roele d'argent et d'azur) will be found in E. (102) and T. (84), and 
attributed in all three rolls to a Ralph de Gorges. There were two of the 
name, father and son. The son at Karlaverock had dropped the old coat, and 
assumed Masculy (in modern heraldry lozengy) or and azure (Azure six mascles 
or, Roll temp. Edw. II.), probably the arms of Elena de Morville his mother, who 
was an heiress. This lozengy coat, assigned in E. to Worblinton or Worbleton, 
was, I may notice, successfully challenged in 1347 by "Warburton of Cheshire, 
from Theobald Russel, called Gorges, a descendant, through an ultimate heiress, 
of the Ralph who was at Karlaverock.* 

These cases, taken together, lead, I think, to the conclusion, that the compila- 
tion of neither roll was continued down to the date of the siege of Karlaverock 
or of the Barons' letter, and that it ceased most likely before 1295 ; to which may 
be added, that a careful comparison of the whole of the names and arms in the 
Karlaverock Roll, as well as of many coats occurring in the Roll temp. Edw. II., 
and also of the Calendar of Escheats, wdth the contents of the rolls E and E, has 
not brought to my notice a single case which would carry the date lower than 
that thus assigned. 

As to the earliest possible date of the completion of the- rolls, it would appear 
that neither of them was finished before 1278, in which year Theobald de Verdon 
succeeded his father John : for Theobald appears in both rolls (E. 102, E. 92), 
bearing without any mark of cadency the coat, Or, fretty gules, which in roll B 
is assigned to John. By similar reasoning it may be concluded that roll E was 
not finished before 1283, when Robert de Beauchamp of Hacche died, leaving 
John his son and heir, aged ten. The plain arms, Vair, assigned to Robert in 
roll B, are given to John in roll E (176). This coat does not occur at all in 
roll E. 

If roll E stood alone, we might infer from the fact that Thomas de Berkeley there 
appears. No. 212, bearing the plain coat. Gules a chevron argent, used by his father 
Maurice (roll B), whose heir he was, that Maurice was dead when the name and 
arms were entered, and therefore that roll E was not completed before 1281, 
when he died. But in roll E (341) the field of Thomas's shield is semSe of croslets ; 

» See Nicolas' Roll of Karlaverock, p. 336. 



Reign of King Edward the First. 25 

whicli brizure he certainly used in 1301, when he sealed the Barons' letter, and 
at Karlaverock, Maurice, son and heir apparent of our Thomas, hore this coat 
further differenced by a label, the crosses being patee, a form also expressly given 
to them in the Eoll temp. Edw. II., and which, as is well known, is still used by 
this family. It must, therefore, be considered that the croslets have been omitted 
in roll E by accident.* Now, this powdering of croslets is most likely a 
" geratted" difference assumed by Thomas, who was not the eldest but the second 
son of Maurice, though he became his heir by the death of Maurice, his elder 
brother, who was slain in his father's lifetime at a tournament at Kenilworth in 
1279 ; so that Maurice the father, for anything that appears to the contrary, may 
have been living when the entry was made in roll E, and, if the croslets were 
omitted by mistake in E, when roll E was being compiled. 

After an investigation of considerable extent, I am not able with any certainty 
to reduce the approximate limits of compilation beyond this point, namely, that 
E was not finished before 1283 ; E not before 1278 ; but that both were completed 
about 1295 ; probably rather before than after that year. 

I have failed to detect anything like a chronological or scientific method in the 
arrangement of the coats in either roll, and am consequently disposed to think 
that the shields were filled up pretty much as the arms occurred to the memory 
of, or were suggested to, the compiler. In E there are certainly traces of 
attempts at arrangement according to artistic effect, not inconsistent however 
with the absence of more methodical composition. I allude to the alternate 
position of coats, alike either in principal tincture or in principal charge, 
which occurs in several places in E. Thus Nos. 94 and 96, with fretty coats, 
stand in the original immediately over 103 and 105, which exhibit the same 
charge. Nos. 227, 229, 231, and 333 are all cheeky shields placed alternately 
with coats containing dissimilar bearings. These instances might be multiplied, 
and the same or a similar system may in a less degree be observed in roll E. 

In conclusion, I would state that care has been taken by frequent collation to 
Insure accuracy ; and would venture to express a hope that the present publica- 
tion may be found of as much assistance and interest both to the historian and 
genealogist and to the lover of pure heraldry, as the rolls already printed have 
often proved. 

« Against this is an assertion in Fosbroke's Smythe's Lives of the Berkeley s, page 110, that on the seal 
of Joan, wife to our Thomas, her husband's arms are given, a chevron without the crosses. But I have not 
seen an example or an engraving of this seal. 

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26 Two Rolls of Kmg Edward the First. 



NOTE. 

In the blazon of the two rolls following it is to be observed, that — 

1. The label is always of five points. 

2. Mullets always of six points, unless otherwise stated. 

3. Barry above ten pieces is blazoned sans nomhre. 

4. Crusilly denotes semee of cross-croslets. 

5. Fusils in fess or in bend are understood to be conjoined. It is exceedingly questionable 

whether anything beyond inadvertence or carelessness of successive draughtsmen has produced 
the distinction (if one exist at the present day) between these charges and a fess or bend 
fusilly. The primitive blazon of all, or very nearly all, these coats, was a fess or bend 
engrailed. 
The abbreviations of the Christian names have been extended in conformity with the spelling used where 
they are written at length, except in ambiguous cases, where the contracted form has been preserved. 

The numerals have been added for the convenience of reference. The smaller-faced figures used in the 
second (St. George's) roll refer to the corresponding numbers in the first roll. 

B refers to Eoll circa, 1240-1245. Edited by Sir N. H. Nicolas. London, 1829. 8vo. 
C „ „ Mr. Walford's Roll of the Thirteenth Century. Printed supra, p. 8. 
D „ „ Eoll dated circa 1286, by Mr. Papworth, Harl. MSS., 6137, fo. 66 et seq. 9. 
E „ „ St. George's Roll, now printed, p. 46. . . 

F „ „ No. 17 of Society of Antiquaries, printed on next pages. 

N „ „ Roll temp. Edw. IE. edited by Nicolas, London, 1828, 8vo., and in Pari. Writs, 410. 
A blank at the beginning of .a line shows that the name of the bearer of the coat is wholly omitted in the 
original. Dotted lines indicate an imperfection in the name. 



No. I. 

Blazon of the Coats comprised in an ancient Moll of Arms wrought in colour 
upon vellwm ; now in the possession of the Society of Antiquaries of London. 



X 1. CoTJNTE DE SALESBrRi. [AzuTC six lioncels or, P. Obliterated in No. 17.] 

2. Le Counte de [Motjnford, P. Name obliterated in No. 17]. Gules a lion 
rampant tail forked argent.* 

3. S"" DE Chav(inie ? S' de Chaveney, P.). Lozengy argent* and gules. 

4. Counte de Cliffe de Alemain. Gules an orle argent,* surtout a carbuncle 
of eight rays or.* 

5. S' Geffrey Lisenian. Barry of twelve or* and azure, a Kon rampant gules. 

6. S' DE Barras ? [Barres, E.]. Lozengy or* and gules. 

7. Counte Alissander. Barry of six or* and azure, a bordure gules. 
8 [Blots, E.]. Gules three pallets vair, a chief or.* 

9 [Gules, F.] In No. 17 this coat has entirely perished : 

the tincture of the field alone is preserved in P. 

10. Counte de Gloucestre. Or* three chevrons gules. 
)( 11 Beauchamp (C. de Warwik, E. but erroneously). Gules a 

fess between six crosslets or.* 
s^ 12. Counte de Cornwall. Argent a lion rampant gules crowned or, a bor- 
dure sable bezantee. 

V 13. Counte de Lincole. Quarterly or and gules a bend sable, a label argent. 

Y 14. Counte de Hereford. Azure a bend argent* between two cotises and six 

lioncels or. 

15. Counte DE Aubemarle. Gules a cross patonce vair. 
X 16. Counte de "Waren. Chequy azure and or. 
V; 17. Counte de Oxenford. Quarterly gules and or, in dexter quarter a mullet 

argent. 
X 18 DE Warr .... (Name omitted in E.). Checquy or and azure 

a chevron ermine. 

» From F,; the tinctures doubtful or indistinguishable in No. 17. 

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28 Boll of Arms 

19. .... Anegtjz. Gules a cinquefoil pierced or (much defaced, no crosslets 
on the field). 

20. CoiJNTE DE Perrees. Vairy or and gules. 

21. CorNTE Mareschal. Per pale or and vert a lion rampant gules. 

22. CoTJNTE DE AssELES (Athol). Paly of six or and sable. 
X 23. CouNTE DE Kent. Lozengy gules and vair. 

/ 24. Counte DE Arondel. Gules a lion rampant or. 

^ 25. Counte de Penbrok. Barry argent and azure an orle of martlets gules. 
Y 26. CoTJNTE DE Leycestre. Gulcs a lion rampant tail forked argent.* 
27. Counte de Winchestre. Gules six mascles or.* 

y 28 [Eoger, p.] de Mortimer. Azure three bars or, on a chief of the 

last two pallets of the first, the comers gyroned of the first and second, an 
inescucheon argent?^ — " Mortimer's arms." Here, as elsewhere in this Roll and in 
E. where this coat recurs differenced in tinctures, the blazon is three bars, not 
barry as in Roll B. and elsewhere. 
■)^ 29. JoHAN GiEEARD. Gules three lions passant argent.* 

*K 30. William de Munchanesi. Or three escucheons each barry of six vair and 

gules. 

31. JoHAN DE Vessi. Or a cross sable. 
\ 32. Pers de Monfort. Bendy of ten or and azure. 
s( 33. Jevan ap Grifit. Or a lion rampant gules. 

)C 34. Puke le fiz "Warin. Per pale and fess indented (argent ?) and gules. 
X 35. Hue de Terbervile. Argent a lion rampant gules. 

36. Maheu de Columbers. Per fess argent and gules a cross moline counter- 
changed. 

37. [William, P.] de Perrers. Vairy or and gules a bordure azure ; {v. post, 
449). 

V^ 38. Robert (sic) de Moubray. Gules a lion rampant argent. 

39. Robert de Ateshalle ( Tateshalle). Checquy or and gules a chief 
ermine. 

40. [The name has perished, but probably Henri de Lancaster ?] England 
a bend azure (perhaps silver, and marked ar. in P.) The bend, painted over 
the plain coat, is nearly invisible. 

41. R?. Camois {anon. P.). Or on a chief gules three plates. 

42. Roger de la Souche. Gules ten bezants. 






X 



y 
/ 



* Tinctures from F. 

" Ar, F.; altered to or. Argent is probably intended, but the tincture is very doubtful. 



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^ 43. Alexander de Bailol. Gules an orle argent. 

y: 44. Pain de Chaurs [above is written worth]. Barry argent and gules an 
orle of martlets azure (sable P). 

X 45. Simon DE Ver. Gules tbree sixf oils pierced argent. 
't 46. Adam de Iestunie ? Barry of six argent and azure in chief three 
torteaux (E. 72 Adam de Grey). 

47. BoGER DE Melese. Argent two bars and in chief three escallops gules. 

V 48. Jon Tregous. Or two bars gemelles and in chief a lion passant guardant 
gules. 

V^ 49. Jon le Strange. Argent two lions passant gules. 

\ 50. Bauf de Monhermer. Or an eagle displayed vert, beaked and membered 
gules. 

^ 51. William de Oddinguiseles. Argent a fess, in chief two mullets gules. 
52. Puco DE JoiR? Sable three crescents or. (Eraunc de Boun, E. 76). 
N 53. Walter de Coleuile. Or a fess gules. 
)( 54. Alexander de Bailol. Argent an orle gules. 
)< 55. Efoliot. Gules a bend argent. 

X 56. Pers Corbet. Or two ravens proper. 
V 57. William de Bretjs. Barry of six vairy ermine with gules, and azure. 

V 58. Phelip Marmitjn. Vair a fess gules. 
59. Bobert Hovel. Sable a cross or. 

"60. Jorge de Cantlou. Gules three fleurs de lis or. 

61. William Harecurt. Or two bars gules. 

62. Warin de Bassingburn. Gyronnee of twelve or and azure. 

63. CiKE [so also E. but qucBre^ de Leycr. Per pale dancettee argent and 
gules. 

., 64. S* Seint John {anon. E). Argent on a chief gules two mullets or. (Joan 
de S* John. E. 230). 
^65. Jon le eiz Jon. Quarterly or and gules, a bordure vair. 

66. Batjf de Atjbeni. Gules five fusils in fesse argent, 
x 67. BoGER DE Clifford. Chequy or and azure a fess gules. 
)( 68. Geffrai de LrcT. Gules crusilly three luces hauriant or. 

69. Phelip Baset (above are two illegible words in another hand). Barry undee 
of six or and gules. 

70. Jon de Eyijile. Or a fess gules between six and charged with three 
fleurs de lis counterchanged. 

71. Thomas de Clare. Or three chevrons gules, a label azure. 



30 Holl of Arms 

y 72. NicoL DE SEGRArE. Sable three garbs argent (the garbs tied gules, E. 50). 

73. . . . DE Vessi. Or a cross sable, a label gules. (William de Vessy, E. 44.) 

V 74. Roger de Clieeord le Eiz. Checquy or and azure, on a fess gules three 
cinque-foils pierced argent. 

75. Robert de Offord. Sable a cross engrailed or. ^ 

76. Robert Walrond. Argent a bend fusily gules. 
w 77. Henri de Hasteng'. Or a maunch gules. 

y 78. NoRMEN de Arci. Argent three cinquefoils pierced gules. 

V 79. Rauf Thonet. Argent a maunch gules. 

X 80. William de Euereux. Gules a fess argent in chief three plates. 

81. de Genevile {anon. E). Azure three brays (barnacles) or, on a chief 
ermine a demi-lion gules. (Geffrai de Genevile, E. 42). 

82. . DE Brus. Gules a saltire and a chief or. (Richard de Brus, E. 91). 
y 83. Roger Bertram. Gules crusilly an orle or. 

y 84. HuRiEN DE Seinper. Argent a bend sable, a label gules. 

V 85. Ernatjd de Bois. Argent two bars and a canton gules. 

Vl 86. Brian de Bromt' (Bramt', E). Or two lions passant gules. 
)( 87. Raf de Mortimer. "Mortimer's arms" {ut supra, 28), sable and or, the 
inescucheon argent. 

88. Robert (de ?) Tibetot. Argent a saltire engrailed gules. 
X 89. JoN Wake. Argent ? a fess gules in chief three torteaux. 
^^ 90. Joan de Waits (Waren, E. corrected in the second hand to Waus). 
(Vaus, E. 240). Checquy argent and gules. 

V 91 [Co]min. Gules three garbs or. 

X 92. Tebaut de Verdon. Or fretty gules. 

xjT 93. William Patric. Gules three mullets or. 

■A 94. Robert le fiz Roger. Quarterly or and gules a bend sable. 

yr 95. James de Audelet. Gules fretty or. 

96. Gilbert Hasal (so for Hansard). Gules three mullets argent. 

97. DE Basset. Or three piles meeting in base gules, a canton vair. 
(Rauf Basset, E. 121). 

98. Paycur ? Argent three birds (martlets ? ) gules. 

99. Jorge de [illegible]. Barry fusilly of eight argent and gules. 
y 100. Gules a chief argent? (or, E.). 

X 101. Pers de Kenette. Gules three talbots courant argent. 

102. Waren Stokport. Azure crusilly three lozenges or. 
/ 103. DE SuTON. Ermine a canton sable. 



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104. James de Pant'ne. Argent six barrulets and a canton gules. 

105. HoBERT DE Ho (below this shield, " Robert de Champaine"). Quarterly- 
sable and argent a bend or. (Eobert de Hoo, E. 445.) 

106. Robert de Grendone. Argent two chevrons gules. 

107. Hue "Wake. Argent fretty sable, on each intersection a bezant. (See 
E. 610.) 

Of7{M^108. William de Mungomery. Argent a bordure gules entoyre of horseshoes 

or nailed sable. 
oJi^if^ 109. . . . Jon [Simon, E., and E. 486] de Segre. Ermine a lion passant- 

guardant gules. 

110. Raf de Tirentone. Argent a bend gules. 

111. Gilebert de Saunford. Barry undee of six argent and azure. 

112. William de Echinham. Azure fretty argent. 

113. Pers Wriaeleye. Azure on two bars or five martlets gules 3 and 2. 

114. Laurence Basset. Barry undee of six argent and gules. 

115. Tom AS de Pin. Gules a chevron argent between three pine-cones or. 

116. Adam de Cokfelt. Gules a fleur de lis ermine. 

117. Joan Louell. Barry undee of six or and gules, a label azure. 

118. Robert de Mortimer. Gules two bars vair. *■ 

119. RoNDULF de Acre. Azure on a cross or five escallops gules. {See^. 393) 
> 120. William de Mortimer. Gules crusilly or two bars vair. 

121. Renaud de Botereus. Vairy or and gules, on a chevron azure three 
horseshoes argent. (The field checquy, E. 354.) 

122. H . Perpund. Barry argent and gules a lion rampant sable debruised 
of a bendlet (tincture doubtful, No. 17 ; or in E. and E. 471). 

123. Jon de Baskeruile. Argent a chevron gules between three torteaux. 

124. William Pauncefot. Azure two bars or. 

125. Richard de Holebroc. Or crusilly a chevron gules. (Thomas de 
Brokehole, E. 378.) 

126. Henri Haket. Or three bendlets gules, a label azure. 

127. [G]iLEBERT DE Knouile. Argent three mullets pierced gules. 

128. Henri de C0BBEH4.M. Gules semee of fleiirs de lis or, a cross argent. 

129. Ede de Hodenet. Per pale and fess indented argent and gules a 
label azure. 

130. Joan de Pateshulle. Argent a fess sable between three crescents gules. 

131. Raf de Seint Owen. Or three bars gules. 

132. Raf Bigod. Per pale or and vert a lion rampant gules debruised by a 
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Q 133. Jon Bigod. Or on a cross gules five escallops argent. 

_ ;; . • 134. William de (Beumund? so in E). Gyronnee of six or and gules. 

^^^-^-^ 135. Dreu de Ane ? Gules a saltire ermine (argent guttee de poix, E.) 

136. Bauduine de Bassingburne. Gules gyronnee of twelve vair and gules. 
O 137. Thomas Boterel. Gules bezantee on a canton argent (or E.) a cinquefoil 

pierced sable. 

138. DE Godemontone. Argent an eagle displayed gules. 

139. Owen ap Griefid. Gules a cross or between four eagles displayed 
argent. 

D-/tt^^ 140. S"" de Dinawesbran. Azure crusilly an orle or. 
oy^ 141. Alun Erere. Gules two bends or. 
o-4tM« 142. W. DE Mortimer. Or sem^e of fleurs de lis sable. 
^^7^-^143. Malemeins. Gules three hands couped at the wrist ermine. 

(Mcol Malemeins. E. 662). 
o 144. Jon le Moine. (Above, in a later hand, Henry Appleby.) Azure six 

martlets or. (Henri de Appelbi, E. 443.) 

145. NiCHOL DE KiRHAM. Argent three lioncels rampant gules a bordure 
sable. (Will, de Kirkham, E. 564.) 

146. Baud WIN de Eriuile. Or a plain cross lozengy vair and gules. 
( Roll N. gives to this name, D'or a une croys de goulis a les mascles de ver.). 

147. MiLO DE Lambubn. Argent two chevrons sable. 

148. William de Bailol. Or an orle vair a label gules. 

149. Henri le Waleis. Gules a fess sable ( and so in E., but the paint is 
much rubbed). 

150. BiCARD DE Estone. Azurc crusilly a bend or surmounted of another 
gules. See E. 419, where the crosslets are argent. ' 

151. Argent two bars gemelles sable. 

152. Alexander Erivile. Or a saltire lozengy vair and gules. ( Boll N. 
assigns to this name, D'or k une croys mascle de ver et de goulys).* 

c 153. Simon de Hersh[am, E.]. Sable three mullets or pierced gules. (Hers- 

weUe E. 417.) 

154. Adam de Cretingges. Argent a chevron between three mullets 
gules. 

155. Adam de Blare (Blast, E. wrongly. Blare, E. 421). Sable crusilly 
argent six crescents or. 

'This and 146 might almost equally well be blazoned "a cross (or saltire) gules, surmounted of 
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156. Edmund de Waldeseuf. Gules two chevrons argent, a label azure 
(sem^e de fleurs de lis or, E. ; and in No. 17 there is perhaps a trace of the fleurs 
de lis on the label). 

Y 157. ByOBERT Bltjndell. Azure billett^e, on a canton or a raven proper. 

y 158. Haf Boztjn. Argent three birdbolts in pile gules armed sable (arming 

and feathers purfied or, E. 436). 

^s(159. Hue DE EsTCOTE. Sable ten escallops or. 

)C 160. William de Eaucunberge. Argent two bars fusilly azure. 

>; 161. Imberd Git . . . ? [Word not finished ; below the shield, in another hand, 

" g,u8ere de Hyndelippe."] Azure three fleurs de lis argent. (Imbert Gui. E. 510.) 
^ 162. Roger Pikard de Statjndon [Stonden, E. in the second hand]. Gules, 

a fess between three escallops argent {queer e or ; arg. E. ; the fess or, E. 316). 

^ 163. William d±: Birmingham. Azure a bend fusilly or. 

)( 164. Thomas de Moltone. Gules three bars argent. 

% 165. Jon Dureuaspal. Vert three fleurs de lis or (the field azure, E. 249). 

. 166. Joan de Piritone. Coat defaced. [Or a (pear?) tree vert, fructed 

gules, E.] . 

y 167. Simon Crombe. Ermine a chevron gules, on a chief of the last three 

escallops or. 

168. Piers de Kekttemore. Gules. (There is now no trace of any charge; 

but E. gives three objects somewhat resembling adders nowed or, on the red 

field.) 

r 169. Robert Giefarde ? Or a cross fusilly sable. 

170. Geefrai de Abetot. Per pale gules and vert two lions passant guardant 

argent. 
)C 171. Joan de Louet[oft, E.] Argent a lion rampant party per fesse gules 

and sable. 

Y 172. William de Stone. Argent a lion passant guardant sable. 

Y 173. Vert a fess or. 

174. (In a later hand Narburgh. Narburgh in pencil, E. " Mo . . . de 

Morriton," E. 144.) Ermine a chief gules. 
/ 175. JoHAN Beauchamp. (Above the line, in a later hand, GPinket.) Vair. 

176. [Sent Amand, E. in the second hand.] Or fretty sable on a 
chief of the second three bezants. (Almaricus Sent Amand, E. 165.) 

177. Baf Pypard. Argent two bars azure, on a canton of the second a cinque- 
foil pierced or. 

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X 178. . (In a later hand, "Hewse, Iberle"?. anon. F.) Barry of 

six ermine and gules. (Henri Hese, E. 222.) 
y 179. RoBT. DE MoxTONi. Azure a bend between six martlets or. 

V 180. Roger de Someret. Or two lions passant azure. 

181. Hamo Hautetn. [Mr. Papworth, at p. 288 of his Ordinary, blazons 
thus from the copy in trick, Harl. 6137, " Gules three bendlets (perhaps enhanced), 
the chief part of the two adjacent sides of the two lower bendlets indented (as if 
overlaid by three fusils of the first) or." With the exception that the bendlets 
are not enhanced, and that there are traces of a label argent over all, the 
tricking well represents the present appearance of the original in colours, and 
Mr. Papworth's blazon accurately describes the tricking ; but I think that the 
painter has blundered, and, in endeavouring to correct his error, has produced 
this anomalous coat. Roll E. 432, attributes " Gules three bends or, a label 
argent," to Hamund Hancett, and this is most likely the coat intended here. 
Hauteyn seems to be the correct reading of the surname.] 
^ 182. William Marmiun. Vair a fess gules. 
^ 183. JoHAN DE Grey. Barry of six argent and azure. 

^ 184. E.AE DE Gorges. Argent four concentric annulets azure, the exterior one 
cut by the outline of the shield. (An unusual form of the well-known charge, a 
gurges or whMpool.) 
y^ 185. EiNCURT. Azure a fess dancettee between nine billets or (billettee 

a fess ?). (John Eincurt, E. 167.) 
^ 186. Grimbaud Paunceeot. Gules three lioncels rampant argent. 
X 187. William de Breus. Azure crusilly a Uon rampant or. 
>C 188. Robert de Movhaut [so for Monhaut]. Azure a lion rampant argent. 
X 189. Robert . Or five fusils in fess sable. (Robert de Perci, E. 114). 

X 190. Dubois. Argent two bars and a canton sable. (Jamus de Bois, 

E. 468.) 
V 191. Roger Tirel. Gules a fess in chief three annulets argent. 

192. Roger de Trompintone. Azure crusilly two trumpets or. 

193. John Traily. Or a cross between four martlets gules. 

y 194. William de Hugeford. Azure three buck's heads cabossed or. 

195. William le Boteler. Gules crusilly argent a fess counter-compony or 
and sable. 

196. Thomas . Argent billettee a lion rampant gules. ( John de Sapi, 
E. 550.) 



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197. DE MouNFORD. Or four bendlets azure, a label gules. (See 
Eobert de Mounford, E. 122.) 

198. JoHAN LE FiTZ WiLL. ? Ermine two bars gules. 

199. Henri de Estokes. Bendy of ten or and azure, a canton gules. 

200. Robert de Bretone. Per pale gules and azure a fess between two 
chevrons argent. 

201. Piers de Brontone. Argent on a chief gules three escallops or. 

202. Hugo de Houile. Argent a bend azure, a label gules. 

203. Walterus de Rakelword. Azure three eagles displayed or (Bibles- 
worth, E. 265 and B.) 

204. William Giefard. Argent crusilly sable a lion rampant gules. 

205. Bartholomew de la More. Barry argent and azure a chevron 
gules. 

206. William Pessun. Ermine on a fess azure three lions rampant argent. 
(The lions have nearly disappeared from the roll itself, but are preserved 
inE.) 

207. Henri de Raley. Gules [crusilly or, E., no trace of crosslets in No. 17] 
a fess vair. (H. de Boleie, E. 407). 

208. Batjdwyn de Bottlers. Sable billett^e a bend argent. 

209. Roger le Rus. Per pale gules and azure a lion rampant tail forked 
argent. 

210. Henri de Somri. Sable a bend between six martlets argent. 

211. Nicholas de Seint Matjre. Ermine two chevrons gules, a label azure 
[label vert, each pendant charged with a fleur de lis or, E.] 

212. Richard Martel. Sable three hammers argent. 

213. JoHAN DE Wauton. Argent on a bend sable three fermaux or. 

214. Raf de Eincotjrt. Gules a fess dancetty between nine billets, 4, 3, 2, or. 

215. Raf de Wilinton. Gules a saltire vair. 

216. William de Munchanesi. Barry argent and azure. (Walter de M., 
W. 281.) ' 

217. Robert de Hereford. Or ? on a chief indented azure three annulets 
argent ? 

218. William de Eileford. Gules fretty ermine. 

219. AuNCEL Basset, Ermine on a chief indented gules three muUets or. 

220. Ingram Bailol. Gules an orle ermine, a label azure. 

221. William de Colevile. Or ? biUettee gules. 

222. James de Beauchamp. Gules a fess or, a label of five points azure. 

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223. AuNCEL DE GiSE. Lozengy gules and yair, [on] a canton or [a mullet 
pierced sable, E.]. (No present trace of the mullet in No. 17.) 

224. Walter de Beauchamp. Gules a fess between six martlets or ? 

225. William Mautiia[veiis]. Sable fretty or a canton gules charged with 
three lions passant argent ? (argent E. 873). 

226. Adam de Neupuuentone. Azure three eagles displayed argent. 

227. Philip de Colevile. Argent a cross patonce gules, 

228. Paulin de Kerdip. Azure a fess between six martlets or. 

229. Ingram de Umpravile. Gules an orle ermine. 

5,^ 230. William de Moreres. Ermine a fess bendy or and azure. 

231. HuMPRAT Hasttng. Per fess gules and azure a lion rampant argent. 

232. Andrue de Basceruile. Argent a chevron azure between three torteaux. 

233. William le Alemande. Vair on a fess gules three martlets or. 

234. John de Beauchamp. Gules billettee a fess or. 

235. Emeri de Chaseus. Sable three eagles displayed or. 

236. Roger le Souch. Gules bezantee a fess ermine. 

237. DE SEIN Maure. Ermine two chevrons gules, a label azure. 
(An attempt seems to have been made to paint the label out : see E. 364, and 
supra 211.) 

238. Pain Turberuile. Checquy or and gules a fess ermine. 
X 239. UoBERT BouTViLAiN. Argent three crescents gules. 

240. John de Hulle. Azure an eagle displayed argent. 

241. William Innpere ? Argent a fess between three crescents gules. 

242. BoBERT Barri. Azure two lions passant guardant or. 

243. Hugo Painel. Argent? two bars azure {sic), an orle of martlets gules. 
y ^ 244. Hereui de Houn. Vert on a bend argent three escallops gules. 

245. William Maleuerer. Gules three greyhounds courant argent. 

246. BoBERT de LA Ward. Vairy argent and sable. 

247. William Bagod. Argent two chevrons azure. 

248. Bandulf de Ardarn. Or crusilly a Hon rampant sable. 

249. John de Chaunseus. Gules three eagles displayed argent. 

250. John de Uppord. Sable a cross engrailed, in the dexter and sinister 
canton an escallop or. (The escallops argent, E.) 

251. Boger Springhose. Gules two Kons passant argent, a label azure. 

252. Walter de Helina? [Helma struck through and Heliun inserted in 
the second hand, E.] Or a buck's head caboshed sable. (Heliun, E. 514.) 

253. Gefprat le Ersedekene. Argent three chevrons sable a label gules. 



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254. Richard de Cornwaile. Argent on a fess sable three bezants. 

255. Piers de Chaluns. Gules five fusils in fess (a fess engrailed, E^ 255) 
ermine, a label azure. 

256. Will . . . Paierere [Perfret, P.] Argent three fleurs de lis sable. 

257. Walter de Hoptone. Gules crusilly a lion rampant or. 

258. William de Derneford. Argent two wings conjoined in fess sable. 
See 308 infra. 

259. HoBERT DE CoBBEHAM. Gules a cross ermine. 

260. William de Derneord. Sable an eagle displayed argent. 

261. H. DE Aluton ?. Gules a buck's head cabossed or. (See Thomas de 
Haluhtone, E. 488.) 

262. John Mautravers. Sable fretty or. 

263. Patric de Chatjrs. Argent six bars gules an orle of martlets (vert P.; 
now nearly obliterated ; sable, E. 87.) 

264. Piers de la Mare. Gules two lions passant guardant argent. 

265. John de Mtjnseus. Gules a maunch (or?). 

266. William Bordon. Argent three bourdons in pile gules. 

267. Rae de Limesi. Gules three eagles displayed or. 

268. Walter de Bauesar. Argent a lion rampant tail forked gules. 

269. Adam de Emertjgge. Checquy sable and argent on a chief or three 
elm leaves slipped vert. (Adam de Elmerugge, E. 353.) 

270. JoHAN DE EsTONE. Gules crusilly argent, a lion rampant or. (Paint 
traces only of the crosslets in No. 17 : P. omits them.) 

271. Henri Musdel. Sable semee of plates a canton ermine. 

272. Argent six bars sable, over all three lioncels rampant 
gules (see 479, William Wodeburh). 

273. William de Braci. Gules a fess argent, in chief two mullets or. 

274. William de Barantine. Sable three eagles displayed argent. 

275. Beges [Boges, P.] de Conovile (Knovile). Gules six mullets or, a label 
azure. 

276. William Pecche. Argent a fess between two chevrons sable. 

277. Walter de Kokesey. Gules crusilly a fess argent. 

278. E/AE DE Arderne. Ermine on a fess gules three lozenges or. 

279. Adam de Brintone. Gules a lion rampant tail forked ermine. 

280. Alanus de Asseles. Gules a saltire and chief argent. 

281. HoBERT LE Grey. Barry of six argent and azure a bend gules. 



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282. William de Seintmarctl. Gules a fess or ?, a label argent, (de Saute 
Mareis, E. 322). 

283. John de Gaytone. Argent a fess between three fleurs de lis gules. 

284. Gules a chevron between three mullets argent. (Joan 
I'Estrunn ? E. 664.) 

285. Henri de Penbrugge. Barry of six or and azure a bend gules. 

286. Henri de Penbrugge. Barry of eight or and azure a label gules. 

287. OsBERN de Atjeneburi. Gules three lions rampant tails forked argent. 

288. Thomas Hoter. Gyronee of twelve ermine and gules. 

289. Robert de Cheney. Checquy azure and or a fess gules fretty argent. 

290. William le . Barry undee (of six ?) argent ? and sable. 
(See William le Blunt, E. 433.) 

291. DE Erdern. Checquy azure and or a chevron gules. 

292. DE Lucy. Azure crusUly three luces hauriant or. (Amauri de 
Lucy, E. 283.) 

293. Walter de Clifford. Checquy azure and or a bend gules. ( Reinaud 
de Clifford, E. 231.) 

294. Baf Basset. Or three piles gules. 

295. Geffrei de Abitot. Or two lions passant guardant, that in chief gules, 
that in base azure. 

296. Walter de Wigtone. Sable three sixfoils within a bordure engrailed or. 

297. Euco de . Checquy argent and gules a bend azure cotised of the 
first [perhaps a bend of the first surmounted of another azure.] 

298. BoGER DE ScHiRLOND. Azurc six lioncels rampant argent, a canton 
ermine. 

299. James de Neruile. Gules crusilly two trumpets in pile or. 

300. Adam de Gammage. Argent five fusils in bend giQes depressed by a chief 
azure, thereon a label of the first. (See 421 infra.) 

301. Bartholom' de Brienson. (Brian9on, BoU of Acre.) Gyronee of twelve 
argent and azure. 

302. Baf de Munch anesi. Quarterly sable and or, in the dexter quarter a 
mullet (argent?). 

303. BiCHARD DE PoLTiMORE. Or a lion rampant vert. 

304. BoBERT DE WiLEBE. Argent a chevron sable. 

305. Baf Bocel. Argent two bars fusilly gules. (The reverse E. 544). 

306. John DE Waleis. Gules billetee or an orle ermine. ('^ John de Walhope," 
E. 450.) 



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307. Adam de Bevergham. Gules a lion rampant vair. (Crowned or, 
" Everingham," E. 626.) 

308. DE Hereford. Or two wings conjoined in fess gules. 

309. William de Seint Martin. Coat obliterated, but seems to be Sable six 
lioncels rampant gules. See E. 389. 

310. Hugo Gomo(it ?) Barry argent and gules a label azure. (Gobiun, E. 474.) 

311. Henri de Pinkeni. Or five fusils in fess gules. 

312. Godfrey de Beumund. Sable an orle of martlets argent ? See E. 441. 

313. Haf de Cotun. Barry of six argent and azure in chief three fermaux gules. 

314. Robert de Estotot. Ermine on a cross gules five martlets or. (Le 
Stottot, E. 478.) 

315. William de Etlingge[s?].* [Sable six lioncels argent?] This coat 
obliterated in same manner as No. 309. 

316. DE Graicurt (?) [Sable six fleurs de Hs argent ?] Obliterated. 
(See E. 379.) 

317. Edmund Gasselin. Or billettee sable, a label gules frettyof the second. 

318. BiCHARD DE Hautot. Ermine on a chief gules three mullets or. 

319. Piers de Covdray. Gules billetee or. 

320. Thomas Corbet. Or six ravens proper, on a canton gules two lions 
passant argent. 

321. William le fitz Baf. Barry argent and azure three chaplets of roses 
gules. (The painter has mistaken the chaplets, and turned them into fermaux 
by adding a horizontal bar to each.) 

322. William de Estherdintone.^ Gules a saltire engrailed argent. 

323. Adam ? de Cokefeld. Gules six fleurs de lis argent. 

324. John de Seint Yve. Or three lions passant gules. • 

325. Gilbert de Woltaubin. Or ? on a cross sable five bezants ? (qucere Sent 
Aubin and the charges plates ; see E. 588.) 

326. Hubert de Maltone. Checquy or and gules, (de Moletone, E. 348.) 

327. John de Orbebi. Argent two chevrons gules, on a canton of the second 
two lions passant of the first. 

328. NiCHOL DE Menne. Or on a chief azure three lions rampant argent. 

329. Henri x4.ucher. Ermine on a chief azure three lions rampant or. 

330. Geffray de Picheforde. Checquy or and azure on a fess gules three 
lions rampant argent. (Picford, E. 233.) 

* W. de Dethling, com. Kent. 1 Rot. Hund. 215. " Kerdeston, co. Norfolk. 



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331. Jon de Watjnci. Gules three dexter gloves {^' gauntz'') argent, fingers 
in base. 

332. William de Anstre. Gules afess (apparently argent, but or,E.), a label 
argent. See E. 328. 

333. Richard de Erivile. Gules three crescents ermine. 

334. Henri Tregoz. Azure two bars gemelles, in chief a lion passant guardant or. 

335. Jon de Seint Helene. Gules six lioncels rampant argent. 

336. Or a lion rampant azure a label gules. (Joan de Monhault, E. 520.) 

337. John de Picheord. Sable semee of crosslets a cinquefoil pierced or. 

338. Henri de Herdintone. Azure two lions passant or. (Percevall de 
Someri, E.) 

339. LE FiTZ (Mab'etj.) Per pale gules and azure, three lions 
rampant ermine. (Phelip le fitz Maheu, E. 307.) 

340. Beges de Blakelig ?. Sable two bars or. 

341. Thomas de Berkeley. Gules crusilly a chevron argent. 

342. William de Walotnz. Paly undee of six argent and gules. 

343. BiCHARD DE BirERES. Azure two bars dancett^ or. 

344. Kokerell'. Or a cross between four cocks gules. 

345. Geffrat de Greselet. Vairy ermine and gules. 

346. Jon de [Hakerus, should be Bakepus (Bakepuse, Bagpuze) ; compare 
E. 651.] Azure crusilly or, a fess vairy of the second and gules. 

347. Bae le EiTZ . Vair on a chief gules two mullets or. (SeeRafle 
Eitz Barnard, E. 347.) 

348. Henri Habervile [Turbervile E., added in another hand]. Azure, in 
dexter chief a lion passant guardant, in sinister chief and in base a cinquefoil 
pierced or. ( Some alteration has been made in No. 17. There are traces of 
a second lion in chief, and the upper cinquefoil is obscure, but this blazon agrees 
with E. 323, " Henri Trubervile.") 

349. MiJDDELTON. Quarterly gules and or, in dexter canton a cross 
patonce argent. (William de Midletone, E. 360.) 

350. MusART. Gules three plates. 

351. William Herun. Gules crusUly or a heron statant argent. 

352. Jon ? de Ingulesthorpe. Gules a saltire engrailed or. 

353. William de Bedham. Gules an inescocheon, and an orle of martlets 
argent. 

354. Jon de Herun vile. Sable two lions passant argent ? crowned or. 



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355. William Hurst al. Azure three axes argent. 

356. Hese. Argent three hose gules. 

357. William Bisshopesdonne. Bendy of ten or and sable. 

358. William Graboni ? Argent on a bend gules three eagles displayed or. 

359. Jon de Seint Valeri. Or two lions passant guardant gules. 

360. Thomas de Worbl(e ?)ton. [Worblinton, F.] Lozengy or and azure. 

361. W. Or two bends between nine escallops gules 3, 3, 3. (William 
Trasi, E. 457.) 

362. Walter de Azure five fusils in fess argent. (Walter de Perci, 
E. 112.) 

363. Henri de . Or a fess counter-compony gules and azure {sic). 

364. Pers de Campaine. Argent a chief gules. 

365. David de * . [should be Offringtone or Offingtone; see E. 187]. 
Azure a saltire engrailed or. 

366 DE Grate.' Argent a saltire engrailed azure. (Pers de Grete 

E. 205.) 

367. Robert Porcel. Ermine three torteaux. 

368. Walter de Euerley. Or on a bend azure three escallops of the first. 

369. Henri de Euer. Quarterly or and gules a bend sable (charged with 
three escallops argent, E. 620.) 

370. Oliver de Ponchardon. Sable ten plates. 

371. Henri de Kokinton. Gules three cocks argent. 

372. Gile le Bus. Per pale gules and azure three lions rampant argent. 

373. BiCHARD de Wettefelde. Sable five fusils in bend or. 

374. Chra(i ?)heth. Gules five fusils in bend or, a label argent. (See 
E. 532.) 

375. Henri de Mortimer. *' Mortimer's arms," (see 'i^ supra.) Azure and or, 
the inescocheon argent billett^e sable. 

376. Hereberd pE Seint Quintin. Or three chevrons gules, a chief vair. 

377. Benaud de Cliuedouer (Clivedone, E). Or a lion rampant sable. 

378. BoGER DE Clifton. Argent a chevron sable between three sixfoils 
pierced gules. 

379. Walter de Brumton. Or two lions passant gules, a label sable (azure 
E., hut wrongly : see E. 599). 

380. Jon de Brumton. Or two lions passant gules, surtout a bend sable. 

381. Baud WIN de Brumton. Or two lions passant gules, on a bend sable 
three escallops of the first (argent 601, E.). 

• Peter de Grete (alias Groete), of Greet in Salop, 1254—1308. 

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382. Henri de Mortimer (above the line, in another but early hand, Ffox- 
cote). Argent on a cross azure five escallops of the first. (Or, E. ; and so E. 410 
William de Mortimer.) 

383. Kaf de Arras. Argent on a cross azure five fleurs de lis or. 

384. Adam Gurdun. Gules three fleurs de lis argent. 

385. Henri de Maner. Argent a saltire engrailed sable. 

386. Richard de Bois. " Mortimer's arms " (see 28 supra. Sable and or, 
the inescucheon argent billetee of the first (possibly ermine). See E. 213. 

387. GiLE DE Berkele[t?]. Quarterly or and azure a bend gules. 

388. William de Pedwordin. Gules two lions passant or. 

389. Jon de Herondi. Gules billetee three lions rampant or. (See E. 587. 
Joan de Hond sive Bond — the lions argent.) 

390. William de Rie.* Azure three crescents or a label gules. 

391. Azure a lion rampant argent a label gules. 

392. Jon Beck. Gules a cross moline argent. 

393. W^illiam de Stephewe. Azure a cross or [argent, E.] fretty gules (See 
E. 397.) 

394. JoN DE KoKESALTON. Argent fretty gules. (Perhaps for Hodelstone ; see 
E. 416.) 

395. Thomas de Cerouen. Gules fretty argent. 

396. Bertholomew de Boyticurt. Ermine a saltire engrailed gules. 

397. Bichard de Po(z ?)e. Gules a fess in chief two mullets argent. 

398. GiLE Eisshman. Gules a fish (dolphin ?) embowed argent. 

399. Johan de Wodhull. Or three crescents gules. 

400. William de Estokes. Vair a chief gules. 

401. Johan Eilel. Vair a canton gules. 

402. William le Wasterneys. Sable a lion rampant argent gorged with an 
annulet gules. 

403. Johan de Beveshale. Or a cross gules, a label of Erance. ( The label 
azure, E. 260.) 

404. William de Nerepord. Gules a lion rampant ermine. 

405. Sir de Howard [Howart, E.J. Gules crusilly a bend argent. 

406. W Breus. Or three chevrons gules, a bordure engrailed azure. 
(Joan de Brewase, E. 337). 

407. William de Ancrene. Azure five fusils in fess argent, a label gules. 

408. Johan le fitz Marmauduc. Gules a fess between three popinjays 
argent. 

* Same coat sans label, Sir "William de Rythe Roll temp. Edw. II. 



in the possession of the Society of Antiquaries. 43 

409. William Painell. Argent two bars azure, an orle of martlets gules. 

410. Robert de [Trevarner, so by mistake for] Crevecuer. Or a cross 
voided gules. 

411. William de Bourt. Sable a cross patonce argent. 

412. James de Birune. Argent three bends gules [not enhanced], a label 
azure. 

413. William de Derneford. Azure three fishes hauriant or. 

414. LE FiTZ CoLOiN. Lozengy argent and gules. [Thomas le fitz 
Thomas, E. 546.] 

415. Walter de Cayle. Checquy or and azure on a fess gules three mullets 
argent (pierced, E^.). (Walter de Capel, E. 227.) 

416. Walter de Get. Argent a lion rampant sable debruised of a bendlet 
gules. (A slight trace of charges on the bendlet. See E. 383.) 

417. Argent crusilly a lion rampant gules. 

418. William Corbet. Or three ravens proper. 

419. Henri de Bibeford. Ermine a chief gules fretty (or?). 

420. . [Robert de Stafford in another hand, E.]. Or on a chevron 
gules three plates a label azure. (E. 656.) 

421. Pain de [Gathe(l?) should be Gammage]. Argent a chief azure, surtout 
a bend of five fusils gules. ( Payn de Gaymage port d' argent cheif d' azure et 
vne bende de goules. Roll Edw. 3. Harl. 6589, p. 67.) 

422. JoHAN DE Berneres. Quarterly or and vert. 

423. B. HoDERUGo' [Coderugge ?]. Gules three lions rampant or, a label 
argent. (See E. 555, " Baudwin Coderugge," same coat. E. omits the label.) 

424. Ricard' de Grevile. Three clarions gules (four silver points on the 
upper margin of each.) 

425. Piers de San cerlis. Gules a fess or between six escallops argent. 

426. Phelip Burnell'. Argent a lion rampant sable debruised of a bend 
gules (charged with three martlets E., but qiicere escallops, as in E. 384. No 
charges visible in No. 17). 

427. DE Syffrewast. Azure two bars gemelles a chief or. 

428. Raf Piror. Per pale and fess indented or and azure. 

429. William le fitz Warine. Per pale and fess indented argent and 
sable. 

430. Walter de Eueres. (Devereux.) Argent a fess gules, in chief three 
torteaux. 

431. Robert de Mesi. Gules a fess ardent. 



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44 Moll of Arms 

432. W. DE LiLLEBON. Per pale argent and sable a chevron counter- 
changed. 

433. Hue Burnel. Argent a lion rampant sable debruised of a bend gules. 

434. S"" DE Graunson. Paly of six argent and azure, on a bend gules three 
escallops or. 

435. Piers Achard. Barry und^e of six argent and gules, a label azure. 

436. William de Sencler. Argent a lion rampant gules crowned or within 
a bordure sable crusilly of the third. 

437. William de Sherley. Paly of six or and azure a bend gules. 

438. Baf de Lingeyne. Barry of six or and azure, on a bend gules three 
escallops argent. 

439. Steven de Buterley. Argent ? a fess gules, in chief three torteaux. 

440. William de Ardern. Sable three lions passant or. 

441. Henri Hbse. Or three eagles displayed sable. 

442 Buterley. Argent ? a fess and in chief three cinquefoils pierced 

gules. 

443. William de Hondeshacre. Ermine three chess-rooks gules. 

444. William de Seintleger. Pretty argent and azure a chief argent ?. 

445. Will de Merc. Gules a lion rampant argent. 

446. Geraud de Panecurt. Azure billettee or, a canton ermine (the canton 
argent billettee sable P.). 

447. William de Burc. Quarterly or and azure. 

448. Hue Saunsaver. Azure crusilly three crescents or. 

449. Gilbert Talebot. Vairy gules and or, a bordure azure. See 37 ante. 

450. William de Aubeny. Sable three helmets argent. 

451. Jon de Besilb. Argent three torteaux. (Bezile, E. 503.) 

452. Jon de Monemu. Or three chevrons gules, surtout a fess azure, (argent C.) 
(de Monemuth, E. 341). 

453 WoDEBRiRE. Argent six barrulets azm'e (harry of 14, E.), surtout 

three lions rampant gules. (Wodeburh, E. 477.) 

454. Adam de Mongomery. Or three lions passant sable. 

455. Hereui de Chaurs. Gules crusilly a bend or. 

456. John a Kennion. (So also P. but quaere Dakeny, as in E. 120.) Azure 
a cross between four lions rampant argent. 

457. Wake. Azure two bars or in chief three bezants. 

458. Baf de Badelesmere. Ermine a fess between two bars gemelles gules. 

459. BoGER LE Pertevin ? Ermine three chevrons gules. 



in the possession of the Society of Antiquaries. 45 

460. Walter de Lindesey. Gules an orle vair. 

461. Maheu de Loueine. Gules billetee or a fess argent. 

462. EyOBERT DE Amauri. Barry nebulee of six argent and gules a label sable. 

463. Walter de la Pulle. Gules a saltire argent, a bordure sable bezantee. 

464. Eustace de Witeneye. Azure a cross counter-compony argent and 
gules (so also P. but see E. 533). 

465. Jon de Dointon. Azure two trumpets in pile or. 

466. Erancis de Tyeys. Argent a fess in chief three hammers gules. 

467. E/AF DE Hoteringesdene. (Otterden, co. Kent.) Ermine a cross gules 
surmounted of another argent. So also E. 565 ; but elsewhere the coat is ermine 
a cross voided gules. 

468. Thomas de Marines. Or a cross engrailed gules. 

469. AuERAY DE SoLENi. Quarterly argent and gules. 

470. Geffray de Catjmvile. Azure three lions passant argent. 

471. Henri le Nelstjn. Paly of six or and purpure {qu(Bre argent and vert) 
a bend vairy or and sable. 

472. Robert de Hiltone. Argent two bars azure. 

473. Orkablin. [jqucere St. Aubin]. Or ? on a cross sable five 
escallops argent. 

474. Robert de Staundone. Quarterly argent and gules fretty or, surtout 
a bendlet sable. (Hue le Despencer, E. 196.) 

475. Michel de Opshale. Argent a cross sable fretty or. 

476. Jon Louel. Barry undee of six or and gules a bendlet sable. 

477. Hue Thalemache. Argent fretty sable. 

478. Pers Picot. Azure a bend engrailed between six martlets or. (Bigod, 
E. 549.) 

479. Baf le Boteler. Argent two bends azure. 

480. Richard de Wires. Azure a lion rampant argent. (But see E. 628.) 

481. William Sarcilun. Argent a fess between three mullets sable. (E. omits 
the mullet in base.) 

482. Richard de Croupes. Argent six lozenges gules (and a label azure, 
E. 364.) 

483. Thomas de Sein Martin. Gules on a bend argent three escallops vert. 

484. Jon de Olzeton. Or a fess vert between three cinquefoils pierced gules. 
(See E. 621. Okinton.) 

485. Hue de Oddingeslesse. Argent a fess in dexter chief a mullet gules. 

486. R' TRUSSEBU3. Argent three water-bougets gules. (Robert T : E. 615.) 



46 Roll of Arms 



No. II. 

Blazon of the Coats comprised in an early Boll of Arms formerly in the 
possession of Sir Bichard St. (George. 

[From two copies in trick upon paper, Harl. MSS. 6137, cited by the letter E; and Harl. MSS. 
6589 (in the hand of Nicholas Charles), cited by the letter E>.] 

1. Rey d'Angleterre. (Name omitted, E^) England. 

2. COUNTE DE WaREN. 16. 

3. Le Hey d'Escoce. Scotland. 

4. CouNTE DE Hereford. 14. 

5. CouNTE DE Lancastre. England, a label azure (a label of France, E^) 

6. CouNTE DE Warwick. 18. 

7 THLIN [perhaps for Llewellin] ap GtRIFFID. Quarterly or and 

gules four lions statant guardant counterchanged. 

8. CouNTE d'Assele. (AthoU, E^.) 22. 

9. CoUNTE DE NiCHOL. 13. 

10. CouNTE DE Lille, (de Lisle, E^) Or a lion rampant azure. 

11. CoUNTE DE GlOUCESTRE. 10. 

12. CoUNTE DE PeNBROK. 25. 

13. CouNTE DE Arundel. 24. 

14. CouNTE DE CoRNWAiLE. (The liou's crown omitted by E.) 12. 

15. CoUNTE DE OXENFORD. 17. 

16. CouNTE DE Chester. Azure three garbs or, tied gules. 

17. CouNTE DE Eerrers. Vairy or (argent, E.) and gules. 20. 

18. CoTJNTE Mariscale. (Name omitted, E^.) 21. 

19. CoUNTE DE LeCESTRE. 63. 

20. Counte DE Salisbury, i. 

21. Counte de Kent. 23. 

22. EoGER DE Mortimer. 28. (The inescucheon argent.) 

23. Counte de Northfolk. Or a cross gules. 

24. Roger de Mortimer. " Mortimer's arms," see 28, the inescucheon ermine. 

25. Joan Giffard. 29. 

26. David ap Griffid. Quarterly or and azure four lions statant guardant 
counterchangea. 



formerly in the possession of Sir Richard St. George. 47 

27. Blothow. (Name omitted, E.) Argent a saltire gules between 
four torteaux. 

28. DE Clifford. (Name omitted E^. ; in the margin is. written 
" some things white on the fesse," see 74.) 67. 

29. counte de axjbemarle. 15. 

30. William de Breuse. 57. 

31. CouNTE DE WiNCESTRE. Gules seven mascles or, 3, 3, 1. See 27. 

32. Joan de Vessi. 31. 

33. CouNTE DE Anegos. Gules crusilly a cinquefoil pierced or. See 19. 
, 34. Piers de Munford. 32. 

35. Roger de Mowbray. 38 " Robert de Moubray." / 

36. Robert de Montone. (Mountney, E^.) 179 " R. de Montoni." 

37. Thomas de Clare. 71. 

38. William de Mortimer. " Mortimer's arms " (see 28), surtout a bendlet 
gules. 

39. John d'Etyile. Or a fess gules between four (3 and 1) and charged with 
two fleurs de lis counterchanged. See 70. 

40. Gefrai de Mortimer. "Mortimer's arms," surtout a saltire gules. 

41. William de Say. Quarterly or and gules. 

42. Gefrai de Genevile. 81. 

43. Phelip Basset. 69. 

44. William de Vessy. 73 " . . . de Vessi." 

45. William corrected from Walter [Walter, E.] de Beauchamp. 11. 
(Crosslets omitted, E.) 

46. Renaud [Edmund, E.] de Grey. Barry of six argent and azure a label gules. 

47. Renaud le fitz Piers. Gules three lions rampant or. 

48. Walter de Baskeruile. Argent a chevron gules between three hurts. 

49. Robert le fitz Roger. 94. 

50. Nicholas de Segraue. 72. 

■ 51. Robert le fitz Water. Or a fess between two chevrons gules. 

52. Roger de Monhaut. 188 " Robert de Montant." 

53. Robert de Greleie. (Grele, E.) Gules three bendlets or. 

54. Robert de L'isle. Or a fess between two chevrons sable. 

55. Le Baron de Stafford. Or on a chevron gules three plates. (Same 
arms with a label azure, 420 " Robert de Stafford.") 

56. Joan de Neiuile. Azure a lion rampant or. 

57. William de Euereus. 80. 



48 Boll of Ai^ms 

58. William de Brewase. (Brewose, E.) i87. 

59. BiCHARD EoLiOT. 55 " Efoliot." 

60. Phelip Mahmiun. Vair a fess gules fretty or. See 58. 

61. Baudwin Wake. Or two bars gules, in chief three torteaux. 

62. William Marmitjn. i82. 

63. W . . . Harecouut. 61 " William Harecurt." 

64 DE Beatjchamp. 175 " Johan de Beauchamp." 

65. Joan de Mortimer. " Mortimer's arms," gules and or, the inescucheon 
argent. 

66. Lucas Thani. (Chani, E.) Azure three bars argent. 

67. John de Sulet. Or two bends gules. 

68. BiCHARD Thani. Argent (or, E^) six eagles displayed sable. 

69. EUKE LE EIZ WaRIN. 34. 

70. William de Eereres. Vairy or and gules a bordure azure entoyre of 
horseshoes argent. 

71. Robert de Tateshale. 39. 

72. Adam [dee] Grey. Barry of six argent and azure in chief three torteaux. 
46 " Adam de lestunie ?" 

73. . . . DE Camais. 41 " B ? Camois." 

74. Pers Corbet. 56. 

75. Griffid AP Wenunwyn. Or a lion rampant gules. 33. " Jevan ap Griffid." 

76. Eraunc d' Boun. Sable three crescents or. 52 "Euco de (Joir ?)" 

77. Hue Terberuile. 35 " de Terbervile." 

78. BOBERT HOUEL. 59. 

79. BoGER LA SucHE. 42 " de la Suche." 

80. BiCHARD LE FITZ JoHN. 65 " Jon Ic fiz Jon." 

81. Alexander Baliol. 43. 

82. Warin [Edmund, E^.] de Bassingborn. 62. 

83. Maheu de Columbers. 36. 

84. BoBERT d'Offord. 75. 

85. Simon de Ver. Gules three cinquefoils pierced argent. 45 same coat 
but mth six-foils. 

86. William de Leyburne. Azure six Koncels rampant argent. 

87. Pateric de Chaurs. Barry argent and gules an orle of martlets sable (not 
vert, as the birds seem to be in 263). 

S8. Bartholomeu de Ertingdene. (No surname, E.) GjTonny of twelve or 
and sable. 



formerly in the possession of Sir Richard St. George. 49 

89. E/OGER DE Moles. Argent two bars gules, in chief three torteaux. (See 
47 "Roger de Melese.") 

90. [Chaworth ?] Azure two chevrons or. 

91. B/iCHARD DE Brus. 82 " de Brus." 

92. HuRiAN DE St. Pere. 84. 

93. Robert de Brus. (Name omitted, E^) Or a saltire and a chief gules, 
reverse of 91 supra. 

94. Richard de Maundeuile. Azure fretty or. 

95. William de Huntingfeld. Or on a fess gules three plates. 

96. Hue lb fitz Henry. Azure fretty a chief or. 

97. Tregoz. 48 " Ion Tregous." 

98. Lisley. (Joan . . . E^) Or on a chief azure three lions ram- 
pant of the first. 

99. Tregoz. Gules two bars gemelles and in chief a lion passant 
guardant or. 

100. loAN LE [d', E.] Brutun. Quarterly or and gules a bordure engrailed 
azure. 

101. Walter de Coleuile. 53. 

102. E/AUF DE Gorges. i84. 

103. Tebaud de Verdon. 92. 

104. Thomas Maudut. Checquy or and azure a bordure gules. 

105. William de Audeleie. 95 " James de A." 

106. Brian de Gouuis ? (Gonua, E.) Vair a bend engrailed gules. 

107. Simon de Creye. Gules a cross engrailed or. 

108. Simon de Cromwell. Argent a chief azure surtout a bend gules. 

109. Gefrai de Lucy. 68. (E \ omits the crosses, and the letter indicating the 
tincture of the luces is rubbed half away. What remains seems part of an A, 
standing for argent.) 

110. Henry de Perci. Azure five fasils in fess or. 

111. Hue de Curtenei. Or three torteaux, surtout a label azure. 

112. Walter DE Perci. 362 "Walter de . . . ." 

113. Richard de Coleworthe. Vairy argent and gules. 

114. Robert de Perci. 189 " Robert de . . . ." 

115. Pers de Mauleie. Vair a maunch gules. 

- 116. Henri de Boun. Azure a bend gules (sic) between two cotises and six 
lioncels or. See 14 " Counte de Hereford." 
117. Rafe Thony. 79. 

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50 Roll of Arms 

118.* HosTE DE Gratjnson. 434 '' S' de Graunson." 

119. Eaufe Bassett. Or three piles gules, a canton ermine. 

120. Joan Dakeny. (Dabeni, E.) Azure a cross between four lions rampant 
or. See 456 " John a Kennion." 

121. Ratjp Basset. 97 " de Basset." 

122. UoBERT DE MuNFORD. Bendy of ten or and azure a label gules. See 197. 

123. Roger Bertram. 83. 

124. Joan de Clinton. Paly of six or and azure a canton ermine. 

125. Adam de Newmarch. Gules five fusils in fess or. 

126. . Or a chief azure. 

127. Gilebert de Boun. Azure, on a bend argent between two cotises and six 
lioncels or, three escallops gules. 

128. Joan d' Hastings. 77 " Henri de H." 

129. Robert de Mortimer. 118. 

130. Joan de Boun. Azure a bend cotised argent between six lioncels or. 

131. Geffrai de Dinaunt. Gules (crusilly or, E.) five fusils in fesse 
ermine. 

132. AtTNCELL DE GoRNEY. Paly of six or and azure. 

133. Le Baron de Grestoc. (Crestoc, E.) Gules three cushions ? argent. 
The charges do not resemble lozenges. 

134. Hue le Eitzhostes. Bendy of six or and azure a canton ermine. 

135. . Gules five fusils in fess ermine. 

136. RaUF b'AUBENY. 66. 

137. Thomas de Seyntomer. Azure crusilly a fess or. 

138. Alain Plokenett. Ermine a bend fusiUy gules. 

139. Paul de Kerdif. Azure a fess or (See 228). 

140. John de Grey. Argent a bend fusilly gules. 

141. Richard Solers. (d' Soleys, E.) Or a fess gules. 

142. Alexander Bailol. 54. 

143. Walter [William, E.] de Birmingham. i63. 

144. William de Morriton. (Mo E'.) 174 " Narburgh." 

145. Adam de Monhaut. (Name omitted, E.) Argent three bars gemelles 
sable, surtout a lion rampant gules. See 272. 

146. William Patric. 93. 

147. Roger de Clifford. 74. " Roger de Clifford le fitz." 

148. Geles Hannsard. (Gilbert de Thaine, E.) 96 " Gilbert Hasal." 

« One of the copyists has transposed a row of nine coats here ; I follow E'. 



formerly in the possession of Sir Richard St. George. 51 

149. William Munchancey. 30. 

150. Joan le Estraungb. 49. 

151. . Or a lion rampant gules, a bordure engrailed sable. 

152. . 397 " Eichard de Poze." 

153. . Azure a chief gules, over all a lion rampant or. 

154. Ernaldus de Bois. 85. 

155. Herbert de Bovile. Quarterly or and sable. 

156. William de Moun. Gules a maunch argent, a label azure. 

157. Roger Pichard. Argent tbree lozenges sable. 

158. William le Latimer. Gules a cross patonce or. 

159. Walter de Eaucunberge. Or a fess azure, in chief three pallets gules. 

160. Henri de Chambernun. Gules crusilly or a saltire vair. 

161. Thomas le Archdekin (Archdeacon, E'). Argent three chevrons sable 
bezantee. See 253. 

162. Bauf le Boteler. Gules crusiUy or, a fess counter-compony argent and 
sable (azure, E^). See 195, "William le Boteler." 

163. [Bog]er d' Someri. 18O. 

164. Joan de la Warre. Gules crusilly a lion rampant argent. 

165. Aumari de St. Amand. 176. 

166. Tho. Roceline. Gules three fermaux argent. 

167. Joan d'Eyncourt. i85. 

168. Robert de Ros. Gules three water-bougets argent. 

169. YuE [Hue, E.] de Clintone. Paly of six or and azure a fess ermine. 

170. Walter de Balun. Barry dancett^e of six argent and gules. 

171. Gui DE Brian. Or three piles azure. r 

172 DE COMIN. 91. 

173. Geffrai de Camvile. 470. 

174. Hamund le Strange. Gules two lions passant argent. 

175. William de la Souche. Azure ten bezants or. 

176. Brian de Bramptone. (Bointon, E.) 86 " B. de Bramt'." 

177. NicoL DE Menne. (d'Incule, E.) 328 " Menne." 

178. Henri de Thaine. (de Lunchamp, E'.) Or three crescents gules each 
charged with a mullet pierced argent. 

179. Henri Aucher. 329. 

180. Robert Brius. Gules a lion passant guardant ermine (argent billettee 
sable, E\) 

181. NicoL de Menill. (Menel, E.) Azure three bars gemel and a chief or. 

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52 Roll of Arms 

182. Robert de Agillun. Gules a fleur de lis argent. 

183. Howell ap MeiTred'. (Meuric, E^.) {Meredith?) Paly of six or and azure 
on a fess gules three mullets argent. 

184. Joan d'Estengreve. Ermine a lion rampant gules. 

185. Percbvall de Someri. Azure two lions passant or. 338 "Henri de 
Herdintone." 

186. HoBERT DE Stotevile. Argent six barrulets gules (barry of fourteen, E). 

187. David de Oppringtone. (Offingtone, E^.) A.zure a saltire engrailed or- 
365 " David de . . ." 

188. Stevene de Pencestre. Gules a cross argent. 

189. Wllliam Painell. 409. 

190. Brian le Eitz Alain. Barry of eight or and gules. 

191. Joan de Grey. i83. 

192. Egbert de Chaundux. (Chandus, E^.) Or a pile gules charged with 
three and between six estoiles counterchanged. 

193. Henry del Horcie ? (de Hercy, E^.) Azure a cross or. 

194. E/Obert le Strange. Gules crusilly two lions passant argent. 

195. Egbert de Cheinei. 289. 

* 196. Hue le Despenser. Quarterly argent with gules fretty or, surtout a 
bend sable. 474 " Eobert de Staundone ". 

197. Joan Mautravers. 262. 

198. Egbert de Nevill. (Neuile, E.) Gules a saltire argent. 
199 Hgggeshawe -^ 

sive Hgggeb ....(?) . > (Name omitted, E.) Yair a chief or, surtout a 

Egbert de Shirebrgk. J 
bend gules (charged in E^. with three mullets of five points, untinctured). 

200.* .... Cgmyn. (Name omitted, E.) Azure semee of estoiles or, three 
garbs argent tied gules. (Azure semee of estoiles or, a chief argent, surtout 
three garbs of the last {sic) tied gules, E.) 

201. HuMPRAi Hasteng. Azure a chief gules, surtout a lion rampant argent. 
See 231 and 153 supra. 

202. Joan de Eiveres. Gules six fusils or. 

203. Thomas Painell. Or two bars azure, an orle of martlets gules. 

204. Walter de Lingdeshie. 460 " Walter de Lindesey." 

205. Pers de Grete. 366 " De Grate." 

206. William de Lindesheie. Gules crusilly or, an orle vair. 

■ One of the copjists has again transposed a row of nine coats. I follow E*. 



1 



formerly in the possession of Sir Richard St. George. 53 

207. William de Bailol. Or an orle azure, surtout a label gules. See 148. 

208. Thomas Purnival. (No Christian name, E.) Or a bend between six 
martlets gules. 

209. Rauf de Wilintone. 215. 

210. Gerard de Furnival. Argent a bend between six martlets gules. 

211. Hue Sauns Aver. Azure [crusily, E.] three crescents or. See 448. 

212. Thomas de Berkelie. Gules a chevron argent. See 341. 

213. BiCHARD DU Boise. (Bichard Duborse, corrected to d'Borley, E.) 
386 " Bichard de Bois." 

214. Joan le Eitz Henry. 
Andrew Levaat. J* Argent a cross engrailed gules. 
John de la Linde. 

216. Henry Tregoz. 334. 

216. Joan de la Hay. Argent a sun in his splendour gules (an estoile pierced 
of twenty-four rays ?) 

217. Bichard de Sifrewast. (Sipherwast, E.) 427. 

218. Saunsuin Eoliott. (Saunsum Eoliat, E.) Argent two lions passant 
guardant gules. 

219. Bichard Syward. Sable a cross fleurett^e argent. 

220. BoGER LE Strange. Gules two lions passant argent, a bordure en- 
grailed or. 

221. Henri de Penebruge. Barry of eight or and azure. (See 286, same 
name and arms with a label.) 

222. Henri Hese. 178 " Hewse ?" 

223. William Bardulf. Azure three cinquefoils or. 

224. Simon le Eitz Simon. Gules three chess-rooks ermine (with the tincture 
counterchanged, 472 infra, " W. de Hondeshacre.") 

225. Henri de Stoke. 199 de " Estokes." 

226 Parcher. (Name omitted, E.) Argent a cinquefoil pierced gules. 

227. Walter de Capel. (No Christian name, E.) 415 " Walter de Cayle." 

228. BOBERT TiBETOT. 88. 

229. Hue Denacurt. Checquy or and azure on a fess gules three roses 
(fermaux, E.) argent. 

230.* Joan de Seynt John. 64. 

231. Beinaud de Clifford. Checquy or and azure a bend gules. 293 " Walter 
de C." 

* The order of this and the three following coats is transposed thus in E: — 232, 233, 230, 231. 



54 Roll of Arms 

232. Norman Darcy. 78. 

233. Gefrai de Picford. 330. 
284. Joan Lovell. 117. 

235. Joan de Clifford. (No Christian name, E.) Checquy or and azure on 
a bend gules three lions rampant argent. 

236. Gefrai de Neitjile. Argent a saltire gules. 

237. AuMERi DE Matjrtjs. (Emeri de Manes, E^) 291 " de Erdern." 

238. NicoL DU BoTSE credo Bois. (de Borse, E.) Ermine two bars and a 
canton gules. 

239. William Seincler. Argent a lion rampant gules a bordure sable 
bezantee (E. omits the bezants). See 436. 

240. 'Joan de Vaus. 90. 

241. BOGER DE TrTJMPINTON. 192. 

242. Thomas de Molton. i64. 

243. Joan de Donton. 465 "Doniton?" 

244. Joan de Sein Martyn. (Wintershull in second hand, E.) Argent two 
bars gules a label azure. 

245. Thomas de Werbleton. (Warblington in second hand, E.) 360 " Wor- 
bleton or Worblinton." 

246. George de Cantelow. eo. 

247. Bauf Pipard. 177. 

248. Jaruis DE Nervile. (Jamus de Neiuile, E'.) 299 "James de Neruile.'* 

249. Joan Dureuassall. (Dureualsal, E). Azure three fleurs de lis or. 
(i65 " Dureuaspal ;" the field vert.) 

250. Martin. (Name omitted, E.) As 244 supra. 

251. BiCHARD DE Creppingges. Checquy or and azure a crescent gules. 

252. BoBERTTJS DE CouCY. (Surname omitted, E\) Barry of six vair and gules. 

253. William le Eitzwarin. (Warren fil Warren, E.) 429. 

254. Baudwin de Erevile. i46. (But here, in E\ at least, the blazon is 
rather. Or on a cross gules another fusilly vair.) 

255. Bauf Parot. (Pirot, E^). 428 " Piror ?" 

256. Joan Traili. (CraiK, E.) 193. 

257. Giles de Berkelaie. Quarterly or and azure a bend purpure. (Per 
pale and fess indented or and azure a bend gules, E.) See 387. 

258. BoBERT Kokerell. 344. 

259. Gerard de Eanecurt. 446. 

260. Joan de Beueshale. 403, but the label azure. 



formerly in the possession of Sir Richard St. George. • 55 

261. Walter de Neiuile. (No surname, E.) Azure two bars gemelles, in 
chief a lion passant guardant argent. 

262. RoBEUT DE Creuecuer. 410. 

263. Rauf de Lingaine. (Name omitted, E.) 438. 

264. Roger de Lancastr'. Argent two bars, on a canton gules a lion of 
England. 

266. Walter de Biblesworthin. 203 " W. de Rakelword." 

266. Roger de Wapail. (No surname E.) Argent two chevrons, a quarter 
gules. 

267. Adam de Newentone. (de Newencourt, E.) 226 " Neufuuentone." 

268. Rauf d'Eincurt. 214. 

269. Emeri de CHANSErs, E^ (Chaseul, E). 235. 

270. Bertram de Criell. (d'Orl . . . credo Orlanston aut CryoU, E^.) Or 
two chevrons, a quarter gules. 

271. Dauid Lilleborne. (Name omitted, E.) 432 "W. de Lillebon." 

272. Walter de Beauchamp. 224. 

273. Eadmund de M . . . . seles. (Name omitted, E.) Per pale argent and 
sable a fess counterchanged. 

274. Joan de Beauchamp. 234. 

275. Walter de Sarnesfeld. Azure an eagle displayed or. 

276. Walter de Hopetone. 257. 

277. William d'Erneford. (Name omitted, E.) 260. 

278. Edgar de Hodnett. (No Christian name, E.) 129. 

279. Bartholomew de la Ma .... (no surname E.) 205 " B. de la More." 

280. Adam Gurdon. 384. 

281. Walter de Munchanecy. (Will . . . . E). Argent six bars azure. 
(216, same name and arms, but harry of fourteen ; seven barrulets, E.) 

282. Thomas de Chanseus. (No surname, E.) 249 " John de Chaunseus." 

283. Amatjri de Lucy. 292. 

284. Jarves [Jamis, E^.J de Beauchamp. 222. 

285. Robert de Grey. 28I " R. le Grey." 

286. Joan de Saint Owen. (No surname, E.) Barry of six gules and or. 

287. Richard de Kinardsleie. Azure crusilly a lion rampant argent. 

288. Rauf de Lindsey. 267 " de Limesi." 

289. Andrew de Estleie. Azure a cinquefoil pierced ermine. 

290. . Gules a lion rampant argent. 38 " Robert de Mowbray," and 
445 " William de Merc." 



56 Roll of Arms 

291. Henri de Pembrugge. 285. 

292. Richard [de, E.] Trussell. Argent a trellis gules cloue d'or.' 

293. Egbert de Hilton. 472. 

294. Hue de Plessis. Argent six annulets gules. 

295. Joan de Bakepuz. 346 *' John de Hakerus." 

296. Marmaduk de Tweng. Argent a fess gules between three popinjays vert. 

297. Gefrai d'Abtott. 295. 

298. . 396 "Bartholomew de Boyticurt." 

299. E/iCHARD de Valoines. Barry of fourteen argent and azure on a bend 
gules three mullets (perhaps estoiles) or. 

300. Grimbaud Pauncevot. (Name omitted, E.) 186. 

301. Rauf Bigod. (No surname, E.) 132. 

302. Robert le Brutin. (Brutun, E.) 200 " de Bretone." 

303. Peres de Couderai. 319. 

304. Henri de "Waleis. Barry of fourteen argent and azure a bend gules. 

305. William de Coltjile. 221. 

306. . Sable fretty or, a canton ermine. 

307. Phelip le fitz Maheu. 339. 

308. William Bluett. Or two wings conjoined in fess gules. 308 " de Hereford.'* 

309. GiLE LE Rous. 372. 

310. Roger de Buterleie. 439 " Steuen de Buterley.'* 

311. Roger le Rous. 209. 

312. Adam de Lacy. Or, a fess, in chief three martlets gules. 

313. Rauf le fiz William. Barry argent and azure three chaplets of roses 
gules. 321 " WiUiam le fitz Raf." 

314. William de Odingseles. 51. 

315. Robert de Giffard Credo Ufford . . . two illegible words. (No 
surname, E.) Or a cross engrailed sable. 169 " Robert Giifarde." 

316. Roger Richard de Standone. 162 

317. Joan de Hulle. 240. 

318. John de (P ?)ordone. Gules a fess or between three mullets argent. 

319. William de Derneford. 258. 

320. Roger de Bradeley. Or a fess gules between three fermaux azure. 

321. William Barantin. 274 " De B." 

322. William de Sautemareis (no surname, E.) 282 " W. de Seintmarcly.'* 

■ "Monsire Trussell, le cousin, port d'argent, fret gules, les ioyntures pomelles (qtuere, pomettes) d'or." 
Roll Edw. III. Nicolas, 1829. 



formerly in the possession of Sir Richard St. George. 57 

323. Henei Trubevile. 348. 

324. Walter de Cokset. (No surname, E.) 277 " Kokesey." 

325. Edmund Gacelin. 317. 

326. William de Braci. 273. 

327. Henri Mustell. 271 " H. Musdel." 

328. William Maue . . l. (No surname, E.) Gules a fess argent, a label or. 
See 332, "William de Anstre?" 

329. Oliver [de, E^] Ponchardon. 370. 

330. Roger Tirell. (No surname, E.) 191. 

331. E/OBERT Blundel. 157. 

332. William Kigeho, E^ (No surname, E.) Gules a fess and in chief three 
mascles argent. 

333. Joan de S .... (Name omitted, E.) Sable billet^e or, a canton 
ermine. " Sir Walter Touk " Roll N. 

334. Walter d' etjereus. 430. 

335. Joan d' Abernun. Azure a chevron or. 

336. Robert de Braci. Gules a fess argent, in chief two mullets or surtout a 
label azure. 

337. Joan DE Brewase. 406 "W. Breus." 

338. luN [Jun, E.] de la Souche. Gules bezant^e a canton ermine. 

339. Herbert de Seinquintyn. 376. 

340. Roger de Wasseburne. Gules bezantee on a canton or a raven proper. 

341. Joan de Monemuth. (No surname.) 452. 

342. Hue de Heggios ? sive Bruges. (No surname, E.) Gules bezantee a 
chief ermine. 

343. Rauf le Eitzroger. Vair a chief gules. (Traces of obliteration of two 
charges on the chief E'.) 

344. Alain de la Souche. Gules bezantee a fess ermine. 236 *' Roger le S." 

345. Joan Eilell. 401. 

346. Thomas Boterell. 137. 

347. Raue le fitz Barnard. Vair on a chief gules a cross patonce argent. 
(See 347.) 

348. HuBERD DE Moletone. 326 " De Maltone." 

349. William de Estoke. Vair a chief gules. 400 " Estokes." 

350. Richard Turbervile. 238 " Pain T." 

351. William le Aleman. (No surname, E.) 233. 

352. Joan le Sor. Checquy or and gules a fess azure. 

353. Adam d' Elmerugge. 269. 

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58 Roll of Arms 

354. Renaud de Boteretjs. Checquy or and gules, on a chevron azure three 
horse-shoes argent. See 121, where the field is vairy. 

355. William de Burch. 447 " De Burc." 

356. Adam de Oaili. Checquy or and gules an inescucheon ermine. See 415. 

357. Geffrai le Ercedekene. 253. 

358. Joan de Beauchamp de Bedford. Quarterly or and gules a bend of 
the second. 

359. William de Lamburne. 147 '* Milo de L." 

360. William de Midletone. 349. 

361. William le Wasteneis. 402. 

362. Lorenz de Seinmor. Argent two chevrons gules, a label vert. 

363. Renaud de Clivedone. Or a Hon rampant sable crowned gules. 377 
** Cliuedouer." 

364. Rauf de Seinmor. Ermine two chevrons gules, a label vert. See 237. 

365. Robert de Barri. 242. 

366. NicoL DE Seinmor. Argent two chevrons gules, a label of France. See 211 . 

367. Robert Bertram. Or a lion rampant vert. 

368. Alain de Waldesefth ? (Waldesesfp, E.) Gules two chevrons argent, a 
label of Prance. 156. 

369. NicoL LE Archer. Sable a lion rampant or. 

370. Robert de Grendone. 106. 

371. Geffrai Turbervile. Sable three lions rampant or. 

372. William de Nereford. 404. 

373. William de Mautravers. 225. 

374. Adam de Brintone. 279. 

375. Roger DE Cliftone. 378. 

376. Phelip de Kime. Gules crusilly a chevron or. 

377. Adam de Mungomeri. 454. 

378. Thomas de Brokehole. (No surname, E.) Or crusilly a chevron gules. 
125 " Richard de Holebroc ? " 

379. Walter de Grauncurt. Sable semee de fleurs de lis or. See 31 6. 

380. Thomas de Pin. 115. 

381. Hue Burnell. 433. 

382. . Gules billetee or a canton ermine. See 446 ** Geraud de 
Panecurt." 

383. Walter de Gei. (No surname, E.) Argent a lion rampant sable debruised 
of a bend gules charged with three fermaux or. See 4i6 " Walter de Gey." 



formerly in the possession of Sir Richard St. George. 59 

384. AuNCEL Basset. 219. 

385. Phelip Burnell. Argent a lion rampant sable debruised of a bend gules 
charged with three escallops or. See 426. 

386. Raianat de B>ichemund. (No Christian name, E.) Gules two bars 
gemelles, a chief or. 

387. Henri de Penedoke. (No surname, E.) Sable a lion rampant argent. 

388. Roger Speeghose. 251. 

389. William de Sein Martin. Sable six lioncels rampant or. See 309. 

390. Adam de Kocpeld. 323. 

391. William Murdac. Or fretty sable. 

392. Stevene le Waleis. Quarterly gules and argent a bend or. 

393. H . . . Dacre. (No Christian name, E.) Azure on a cross argent five 
escallops gules. See 119. 

394. Joan Wodehulle. 399. 

395. NicoL Ablin. Or on a cross sable five eagles displayed argent. See 473. 

396. Joan de Merc. Gules a lion rampant argent, a bordure engrailed or. 

397. William Sepheie. (Shephep, E.) 393 " Stephewe." 

398. William Wither. Argent three crescents gules. 

399. Richard de la Rivere. 343 " de Riveres." 

400. Robert Botjtevilain. Argent a fess between three crescents gules. 
See 239. 

401. William de Bissopestone. 357 " Bisshopesdonne." 

402. Robert de Mezi. 431 " Robert de Mesi." 

403. William de Rie. 390. 

404. Pers Chalune. 255 "Piers de Chaluns." 

405. William Mailott. Gules fretty or, a chief ermine. 

406. Joan de Pateshulle. 130. 

407. Henri de Roleie. Gules crusilly or a bend vair. 207 ** Henri de Raley." 

408. Joan de Haveringges. Azure on a fess argent three escallops gules. 

409. Ingram de Bailoll. 229 " Ingram de Umfravile." See 220, same coat 
with label, " Ingram Baillol." 

410. William de Mortimer. 382 " Henri de Mortimer." 

411. Ingram de Umprauile. 220 " Ingram Bailol." 

412. Glanvile sive Ekont. Nihil omnino fuit scriptum. (Name omitted, E.) 
Azure crusilly three crescents argent. 

413.* Richard Thalebott. Or five bends gules. 

• 413, 414 are transposed in E. with 404, 405. 

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60 Boll of Arms 

414. NicoL d*Haubrsham. Azure crusilly or, a fess argent. 

415. William d'Eclingges. 315 " W. de Etlingge." 

416. Joan d'Hodestone. Gules fretty argent. 395 "Thomas de Cerouen.*' 

417. Simon de Herswelle. Sable three mullets or. (Pierced gules, " Simon 
de Hersham," i53.) 

418. Henri de Ribesford. 419. 

419. Richard d'Estone. Azure crusilly argent a bend or surmounted of 
another gules. See I50. 

420. . 318 " Richard de Hautot." 

421. Adam Blare. 155 " De Blare." 

422. Thomas de Corowen. Argent fretty gules. 394 '* Jon de Koke- 
salton." 

423. Raue de Berners. (Barnes, E.) 422 " Johan de Bemeres." 

424. Robert de Lathun. (De la pun, E.) Gules fretty vair. 

425. "William de Moreres. 230. 

426. Joan le . . . brut. Gules a saltire or (Pejels Dering. Or a saltire sable, E.) 

427. William Peillun. 206"Pessun." 

428. Dreu Deane. 135 "DreudeAne." 

429. Walter de Hursthale. 355. 

430. Walter de Inggulvestrop. 352. " Ion? de Ingulesthorpe." 

431. Joan Herun. Azure three herons statant argent. 

432. Hamund Hancett. (No surname, E.) Gules three bends or, a label 
argent. See 18I, " Hamo Hauteyn." 

433. William le Blunt. Barry undee of six or and sable. See 290. 

434. William Herun. 351. 

435. Sable fretty argent. " Sir John de Haverington," Roll N. 

436. Raup Bouzun. i58. 

437. Simon Bassett. Barry nebulae of six argent and sable. 

438. Joan BuRDUN. 266 " William Bordon." 

439. Robert d' Hereford. 217. 

440. William de Redham. 353. 

441. GoDFRAi DE Be . (No surname, E.) Sable six martlets or. See 312. 

442. Jamus de Birounb. 412. 

443. Henri de Appelbi. 144. 

444. Laurenz Bassett. 114. 

445. Robert de Hoo. 105. 

446. Pers Achard. 435. 



formerly in the possession of Sir Richard St. George, 61 

447. Simon [de, E.] Waddone. Sable a cross engrailed or, in dexter and 
sinister cantons an escallop argent. 

448. NicoLL d' BApE. Script' Bassett. (Bassett substituted for BApE which 
is cancelled, E.) Barry undee of six argent and gules, a label or. 

449. Rauf d' Aeras. 383. 

450. Joan de Walhope. 306 " John de Waleis." 

451. Gefrai de Greseleie. 345. 

452. . 159 " Hue de Estcote." 

453. Joan de Estone. Gules crusilly argent a lion rampant or. See 270, 
" John de Estone," sans crosslets. 

454. Joan de Mamcestre. Vairy argent and sable a bend gules. 

455. Robert d' Escales. Gules ten escallops argent. 

456. Robert de la Warde. 246. 

457. William Trasi. 361. 

458. Helis d' Statjntone. Vairy argent and sable a quarter gules. 

459. . Gules billettee or, on a bend argent three escallops vert 
(azure, E^) See 459. 

460. Rauf de Munchensi. (The shield blank in E'.) Quarterly sable and or, 
E. but probably intended for 302. 

461. . Argent on a bend between six martlets gules three escal- 
lops or. 

462. Herve de Stanhowe. Barry of six or and azure a bend ermine. 

463. Joan Bigod. 133. 

464. Henri de Someri. 210. 

465. Henri de Cobbeham. 128. 

466. Baudwin de Borders. (No surname, E.) 208 " De Boulers," correctly. 

467. Robert de Cobbeham. 259. 

468. Jamus du Bois. 190. 

469. Joan le Eitz Simon. Gules three inescucheons argent. 

470. William Bagod. 247. 

471. Henri Pirpund. 122. 

472. William de Hondeshacre. 443. 

473. Roger Lovedai. Barry dancettee of six or and sable. 

474. Hue Gobiun. 310 *' Gomoit." 

475. Joan d' Aubent. 450 "William de A." 

476. GoNSELiN de Badelesmare. Argent a fess between two bars gemelles 
gules. 



62 Boll of Arms 

477. Rauf de Wodeburh. 453 " Wodebrire." 

478. Robert le Stottot. 314 " De Estotot." 

479. William Wodeburh. Barry of fourteen argent and sable three lions 
rampant gules. See 272. 

480. E/AUF DE BaDELESMARE. 458. 

481. . . . Burhhtjlle. (Burhulle, W.) Paly of six or and azure a fess 
gules. 

482. Rauf de Huntercombe. Ermine two bars gemelles gules. 

483. Henri de Solers. Paly of ten or and azure a bend gules. 

484. Hue de Erene {or Erecie, E.) Gules two bars each per fesse indented 
argent and azure. 

485. Joan de Blakeburne. Paly of six argent and azure (untinctured, E^) 

486. Simon de Segre. io9 " Jon de Segre." 

487. Simon de la Bere. Azure a bend argent between two cotises and six 
martlets or. 

488. Thomas de Haluhtone. Gules three buck's heads cabossed or. 

489. NicoL d' Arci. Sable a fess or. 

490. Kokerell. Gules crusilly three cocks argent. 

491. William de Hugeeord. 194. 

492. Joan de Seint Helene. 335. 

493. Benet de Blakenham. Barry of six sable and or. 

494. Egbert de Stanhowe. (Ut opinor Staundone, E^) Quarterly ermine 
with gules fretty or. 

495. William de Wiuile. Argent two bars sable within a bordure engrailed 
(gules, E. : sans tincture, E^) 

496. BoGER DE Letburne. Or six lioncels sable. 

497. William de Boiuile. Argent three saltires gules. 

498. Roger Corbett. 418 " William." 

499. Pers [de, E.] Champaine. 364 " Pers de Campaine." 

500. Thomas Corbet. 320. (The canton charged with three lions, E.) 

501. E/OBERT POURCELL. 367 " Porccl." 

502. Walter de la Pulle. 463. 

503. Joan de Bbzile. 451 " Besile." 

504. Beinaud de Paueli. Azure a cross fleury or. 

505. NicoL de Wunhale. Argent three cushions ? gules. 

506. Bernard de Brus. Azure a saltire and chief or. 

507. Alixandre Gifeard. Argent ten torteaux. 



formerly in the possession of Sir Richard St. George. 63 

508. Joan de Hudehovile. (Hudebovile, E^.) Per pale or and azure a saltire 
counterchanged. 

509. Alain DE Lassels. 280 " Alanus de Asseles." 

510. Imbert Gwi. (Name omitted, E.) i6i " Imberd Gu . . .'* 

511. Adam de Kocfeld. iie. 

512. William Peifret. 256 " Paifrere." 

513. Robert de Kocfeld. Gules a fleur de lis or. 

514. Walter le Heliun. 252 " Walter de Helina?" 

515. Joan de la Lee. Gules billettee argent a fess checquy or and azure. 

516. Tebaud de Neiuile. Azure crusilly three garbs argent tied gules. 

517. Maheu de Lovaine. 46 i. 

518. Michel d'Oppeshall. 475 " de Opshale." 

519. Joan de Godemounestone. i38 " de Godemontone." 

520. Joan de Monhault. 336. 

521. Osbern Giffard. Ermine two bars gules, on a chief of the last a lion 
passant guardant or. 

522. Hue de Hovile. 202. 

523. Henri de Hamnvile ? Sable crusilly fich^e a bend or. 

524. Seer de Huntingfeld. 405 " Sir de Howard." 

525. Robert de Witefeld. Sable crusilly a bend fusilly or. See 373. 

526. Joan de Baskervile. 123. 

527. RONDULF d'ArDARNE. 248. 

528. Rauf d'Ardarne. 278. 

529. Roger [de, E.] Sirlonde. 298 " de Schirlonde." 

530. . Or a bend fusilly gules. 
531.* William d'Arderne. 440. 

532. Joan de Braibef. Gules a bend fusilly or, a label argent. See 374. 

533. Eustase de Witeneie. Azure a cross checquy or and gules. See 464, 
same name ; but the cross checquy argent and gules. 

534. Henri DE Pinkeni. 311. 

535. Richard de Cornwaile. 254. 

536. Tebaud de Belhuse. Or on a bend gules five lozenges vair. {Quaere , 
better blazoned, a bend lozengy gules and vair.) 

537. Thomas de la Leie. Azure three chevrons argent. 

538. Pers de la Mare. 264. 

539. William le Waleis. Argent a fess between six martlets sable. 

" E. transposes thus: 531, 534, 533, 532. 



64 ' Roll of Arms 

540. 152 "Alexander Privile." 

541. Robert db Wileby. 304. 

542. GiLE DE EissEBURNE. 398 " Eisshman." 

543. 160 "Will, de Paucunberge." 

544. E/AUF E/ATELL. Gules two bars fusilly argent. See 305 " It. Tlocel." 

545. William d' Mortimer. 142. 

546. Thomas le fiz Thomas. 414. " Le fiz Coloin." 

547. Joan de Piriton. I66. 

548. E/iCHARD [de, E.] Witacre. Argent on a fess gules three bezants, in 
chief two mullets of the second. 

549. Pers BiGOD. 478 "PersPicot." 

550. Joan de Sapi. 196 " Thomas . . ." 

551. Philip de Coleuile. 227. 

552. Andretj de Baskeruile. 232. 

553. Gefrai de Waunei. 331 " Jon de Waunci." 

554. Walter DE Langelei. Argent a fess sable, in chief three ogresses. 

555. Batjdwin Coderugge. 423 " B. Hoderugo." 

556. William Samsun. Argent a fess, in chief two mullets sable. 

557. Joan de Beck. 392 " Jon Beck." 

558. H . . Basset. Barry undee of six argent and sable a canton gules. 

559. William Giffard. 417 "anonymous" ; and see 204. 

560. William BoTJRT. 411 " de Bourt." 

561. Joan de Seinwaleri. 359. 

562. Rauf Basset (H. Bassett, noviter script' Rafe, E^) Barry und^e of 
six argent and sable a label gules. 

563. Ermine a cross patonce gules. 

564. William de Kirkham. . 145 " Nichol de Kirham." 

565. Ratjf de Hateringdene, 467 " Raf de Hoteringesdene." 

566. Pert Crok, E. (Pertcrock ats. Piers Croke, E^) Azure three crooks * 
(bird's heads, E.) or. 

567. Roger de Brome. Argent a chief dancettee gules. 

568. Joan de Pichford. Sable semee of quatrefoils a cinquefoil pierced or. 
See 337, same name and arms, but sem^e of crosslets. 

569. Laurens de Broc. Gules on a chief argent a lion passant of the first. 

570. William de Suneli. Azure fretty or a label gules. 

* Robert Croc has three crooks on his seal about this date. — Laing, Scottish Seals, No. 221. 



formerly in the possession of Sir Richard St. George. 65' 

571. Hue le Blunt. Quarterly argent and gules, on a bend sable three eaglets 
displayed or. 

572. Walter de Wigetone. Sable three mullets, a bordure engrailed or. 296. 

573. Walter de Einegroue. Ermine a chief indented gules. 

574. Joan Daniell. Azure a bend between six escallops or. 

575. Walter de Molecastre. Barry of twelve argent and gules, on a bend 
aZure three escallops or. 

576. Joan Martel. 212 " Bichard M." 

577. William le Seneschal. Gules on a cross argent five torteaux. 

578. Simon de Stodham. Barry of six counterchanged per pale or and azure, 
surtout a chevron gules. 

579. Joan de la Mare. Gules a maunch argent. 

580. Thomas Eolegambe. Sable a bend between six escallops or. 

581. Joan de Munseus. Gules a maunch or. 265. 

582. Joan de Domare. Azure billettee a crescent or. 

583. Eriuile. Or a cross patonce gules surmounted of another fusilly 
vair ? See 146 " Baudwin de E." and similar coat repeated ante, 254. 

584. Joan de Wantone. 213. 

585. Alexander de Keney. Quarterly or and gules a label sable each pendant 
charged with three bezants. 

586. William Petghe. 276. 

587. Joan de Hond. (de Bond, E'.) Gules billetee or, three Lions rampant 
argent. 

588. Gilbert [de, E.] Sent Aubin. Or on a cross sable five plates. See 325. 

589. William Maulare. (Maulure, E'.) Or a demi-lion tail forked gules. 

590. BoGER de Lokintone. Argent a chief azure a label gules. 

591. Joan de Wintreshulle. Or two bars gules a label sable. 

592. Harington. (Harrington novit' scripta sed credo potius Vernon, 
E'.) Argent fretty sable. 

593. Thomas de Marines. 468. 

594. William de Cressi. Argent a lion rampant tail forked sable. 

595. Simon de Crombe. Argent a chevron gules, on a chief of the last three 
escallops of the first. ( 167 ; but the field ermine and escallops or.) 

596. Bobert Malet. Argent three fermaux sable. 

597. Walter de Bromtone. 379. 

598. Joan d' Offord. Azure on a cross engrailed or five escalloDs gules. 

599. Joan de Bromtone. 380. 



66 Boll of Arms 

600. Jamis de Sottone le fiz. io3 " de Suton." 

601. Brian de Bromtone. (Bau de Broton, E.) Or two lions passant gules, 
on a bend sable three escallops argent. 381 "Baud' de Bruton;" but the 
escallops or. 

602. BiCHARD ExJKERAM. Or a bend of fusils azure. 

603. Walter de Pedwerdine. 388 " William de Pedwordine." 

604. Htjntercumbe. Ermine two bars gemeUes sable. 

605. Thomas de Charneles. Gules two chevrons, a bordure or. 

606. E/iCHARD LE Brut. Checquy argent and sable a bend gules. 

607. auerai de soleni. 469. 

608. John de Lotjetot. 171. 

609. Hamund Petche. Argent a fess between two chevrons gules. 

610. Hue Wake. 107. (Drawn as a treUis clone d'or in E*. fretty in E.) 

611. Philip de Cerne. Per fess argent and gules a lion rampant, a bordure 
counterchanged. 

612. Baudwin de Mar:* sive Maners, (Maners, E'.) Argent a saltire 
engrailed sable. 

613. E-aufe d'Obehall. Or a fess gules. 

614. BiCHARD DE Baiggingedene. Or a pUe sable charged with three and 
between six mullets aU counterchanged. 

615. Pi/OBERT TrUSSEBUT. 486. 

616. NicoL DE Gammage. Argent a chief azure, a bend of fusils gules, surtout 
a label or. See 300 "Adam de Gammage," and 421 "Pain de G." 

617. Hue d'Oddingeseles. 485. 

618. Henri d'Hereford. Gules three eagles displayed argent, a label azure. 

619. Pain de Gammage. 421. 

620. Henri d'Euere. Quarterly or and gules, on a bend sable three escallops 
argent. 369 same coat sans escallops. 

621. Joan d'Okinton. Or three cinquefoils pierced (roses, E.) gules. See 484. 

622. Joan le Eiz Marmaduc. 408. 

623. BoBERT DE Stepeltone. Aaure a lion rampant tail forked or. 

624. Adam de Cretingges. i54. 

625. Joan de Boun ; Joan de Bracebruge. Or a cross azure. 

626. Adam de Everingham. Gules a lion vair crowned or. {Sans crown, 
" Adam de Bevergham." 307.) 

627. Oliver Todenham. Barry lozengy of six argent and azure. 

» ? Moun or Moin. 



formerly in the possession of Sir Richard St. George. 67 

628. Richard [de E.J Wikes. Azure a lion rampant checquy argent and 
gules. See 480. 

629. Philip d'Aubeni. Gules five fusils in fess argent, in chief three martlets 
or. 

630. Rauf de Kirketone. Argent three eagles displayed sable. 

631. Uauf d'Aubeni. Gules five fusils in fess argent, in chief three escal- 
lops or. 

632. EiCHAED [de E.] Erivile. 333. 

633. William d'Aubeni. Gules five fusils in fess argent, surtout a bend azure. 

634. Richard de Croupes. Argent six lozenges gules, a label azure {sans 
label, 482.) 

635. John le Mareschale. Gules a bend of fusils or. 

636. William d'Autretje, E^ (Antreue, E.) 407 " Ancrene." 

637. William de Eilespord. 218. 

638. William le Vauesstjr. Argent a fess dancett^e azure, a label gules. 

639. William de E-os. Gules three water-bougets ermine. 

640. Thomas Loterel. Azure a bend between six martlets argent. 

641. Robert de Ros. Gules three water-bougets argent, a label azure. 

642. Ernatjd de Munteni. Azure a bend between six martlets or, a label 
gules. 

643. Roger [Henrei, E^] de Bruili. Ermine on a bend gules three chevrons or. 

644. Hue Peverel. Azure three garbs argent tied gules, a chief or. 

645. Joan Tudenham. Barry lozengy of six argent and gules. 

646. Richard Sein Joan. Ermine on a chief gules two mullets or. 

647. William de Camvile. Azure three lions passant argent, a label gules. 

648. NicoL d'Oddingeseles. Argent on a fess gules three escallops or, in 
chief two mullets of the second. 

649. Thomas de Camvile. 470 " Geffrai de C." But see 173 same coat, supra. 

650. Joan Giffard de Bef. (Bet, E.) Gules three lions passant argent, a 
label azure. 

651. Rauf de Bakepuz. Azure crusilly a chevron or. See 346. 
662. Richard Talebot. Or five bendlets gules, as 413 supra. 

653. Richard Eilel. Sable three covered cups or. 

654. HowEL AP Res. Gules a chevron between three spur-rowels argent. 

655. Joan de Clintone. Argent on a chief azure two muUets or. 

656. Robert de Stafford. 420. 

657. William de Derneford. 413. 

i2 



68 Roll of Arms formerly m the possession of Sir Richard St. George. 

658. Joan [de, E.] Roseles. Argent ten roses gules (seeded or, E.). 

659. GiLE d'Argenteine. Gules three covered cups argent. 

660. EiCHARD d'Haveringes. Argent a lion rampant tail forked gules. 

661. Walter d' Everleie. 368. 

662. NicoL Malemeins. i43. 

663. Nicholas de Charneles. Azure a cross engrailed or. 

664. Joan l'Estrunn ? 284 "anon." 

665. Tebaud le Boteler. Or a chief indented azure. 

666. Attncel de Gise. Lozengy gules and vair a canton or. 

667. Joan de Lowbroke. (Lodbroke, E.) Azure a chevron ermine. 

668. BoGES [BoGONis, E.] de Knouile. Gules six spur-rowels or, a label azure. 
275 "Conovile." 

669. Roger de Burhhulle. Paly of ten argent and sable a bend gules. 

670. Joan le Latimer. Gules a cross patonce or, a label azure. 

671. Henrei Huband. (No Christian name, E.) Sable three fleurs de lis 
argent. 

672. Henri le Sturmin, scriptus le Mervin sed dubio. (Le Merville, E.) 
Argent three demi-lions gules. 

673. Bauf Musabt. 350. 

674. GiLEBERT DE KnoVILE. 127. 

675. Roger de Welonde. Azure a lion rampant argent debruised of a bendlet 
gules. 

676. Joan Mauleverer. 245 " William Maleverer." 

677. Richard de la Rokele. Lozengy argent and gules a bend azure. 



IxXDEX 



OF THE 



NAMES OCCURKING IN ROLLS C, F, AND. E, 



Plain numerals refer to the corresponding numbers in Roll E (St. George's Roll), pp. 46 to 68. 
Numerals with the letter f added refer to Roll F (Roll of Society of Antiquaries), pp. 27 to 45. 
Numerals in crotchets [ ] refer to Roll C (Roll of the 13th century), pp. 8 to 15. 
Where reference is made to E and F the blazon will be found in F, but repeated in E if variation exist. 



Abernun, Joan de, 335 

Abetot (Abtott), Geffrai de, 170 f 

Geffrai de {another), 297, 295 f 

Ablin, Nicol, 395 
Abrenes, Le Countee de, [25] 
Achard, Piers, 496, 435 f 
Acre (Dacre), Rondulf de, 119 f 

H., 393 

Agillun, Rob. de, 182 

Akennion (Dakeny ?), Joan, 456 f 

Albemarle, Le Counte de, 29, 15 f, [50] 

Alemande, Will, le, 351, 233 f. 

Alissander, Counte, 7 f 

Almaine, L'Empereur de, [1] 

Le Roy de, [3] 

Aluerne, Le Counte d', [34] 

Aluton, see Haluhtone. 

Amauri, Rob. de, 462 f 

Ancrene CAntreue), Will, de, 636, 407 f 

Ane, Dreu de, 428, 135 f 

Anegos, Counte de, 33, ] 9 f 

Angevyn [Angenia), Robert, [154] 

Angleterre, Le Roy de, 1, [4] 

Anstre, Will, de, 332 f 

Ap Grifid. Ap Res, see Grifid, Res. 

Appelby, Henry de, 443, 144 f 

Aragon, Le Roy de, [7] 

Archdekin, Tho. le, 161 ; and see Erse- 

dekene 
Archevesque, Hugh le, [169] 
Archer, Nicol le, 369 
Arci, Normen de, 232, 78 f 

Nicol de, 489 

Ardame, Randulf d', 527, 248f 

(Arderne) Ralf de, 528, 278 f 

Arderne, Will, de, 531, 440 f 

Argentine, Giles de, 659 

Arondel, Count de, 13, 24 f 

Arras, Rauf de, 449, 383 f 

Asseles (Lassels), Alan de, 509, 280 f 

Asseles (Atholl), Count de 8, 22 f, [52] 

Ateshale, see Tateshale. 

Aubeny, Joan (Will.) de, 475, 450 f 

Will, (another), 633 



Aubeny, Philip de, 629 

Rauf d', 136, 66 f 

Rauf d' (another), 631 

Aucher, Henri, 179, 329 f 
Aueneburi, Osbern de, 287 f 
Audeley, James (William) de, 105, 95 f 
Austrech, Le Duk de [74] 

Badelesmare, Gonselin de, 476 

Rauf de, 480, 458 f 

Bagod, Will. 470, 247 f 
Baliol, Alexander (de), 81, 43 f 

■ Alexander de (another), 142, 
54 f 

Eustache de, [115] 

•— Ingram (de), 409, 220 f 

Will. de. 207 

Will, de (another f), 148 f 

Baiggingdene, Richard de, 614 
Bakepuz, Rauf de 651 

John de, 295, 346 f 

Balun, Walter de, 170 
Barantin, Will, (de) 321, 274 f 
Bardulf, Will. 223, [111] 

Thomas, [110] 

Barnam, Henry de, [90] 
Barre, Le Contee de, [29] 
Barras, S"" de, 6 f 
Barri, Robert (de), 365, 242 f 
Baskervilc, Andrue ? 552, 232 f 

John de 526, 123 f 

Walter de, 48 

Basseger, Rob. de [176] 
Basset, Auncel, 384, 219 f 

H., 558 

Laurenz, 444, 114 f 

Nicoll de, 448 

Phelip,43, 69 f 

Rauf, 119 

Rauf (another), 121, 97 f 

Rauf (another), [131] 

Rauf (another), 562 

Rauf (another), 294 f 

IJassett, Simon, 437 



Bassingborn, Bauduin de, 136 f 

Warin (Edmund) de, 82, 62 f, 

[109] 

Bathe, Nicoll de, 448 
Baucoy, le Labyn, Hugo de, [172] 
Bauesar, Walter de, 268 f 
Baveire, Le Duk de, [75] 
Baunstersein, Henry de, [179] 
Be ... , Godfrai de, 441 
Beauchamp (Belchamp), Counte de, 
William (alias Walter) de, 45, 11 f 

Geffrey de, [139| 

James de, 284, 222 f 

. . . de, (Joan de), 64, 175 f 

Joan de (another), 274, 234 f 

Joan de (de Bedford), (Walter 

Belechamp), 358. [117] 

Walter de (another) , 272, 224 f 



Beck, Joan (de), 557, 392 f 
Beleigne, Le Countee Dammartinde, [71] 
Belhuse, Tebaud de, 636 
Bere, Simon de la, 487 
Berkelaie (Berkleie, Berkeley) Gile de, 
257, 387 f 

Thomas de, 212 

Thomns de [anofher), 341 f 

Berners, Rauf (Joan) de. 423, 422 f 

John de (another), [119] 

Bertram, Gauter, [180] 

Robert, 367 

Roger, 123, 83 f 

Besile (Bezile), Joan de, 503, 451 f 
Bevergham, see Everingham 
Beumund, Godfrey de, 441, 312 f 

Will, de, 134 f 

Biblesworthin alias Rakelword, Walter 

de, 265, 203 f 
Bigod, Hugh, [130] 

.Tohn, 463, 133 f 

Raf, 301, 132 f, (and see Picot) 

Bilebatia de Try. Signeur de, 69 
Birmingham, Walter (Will.) de, 143, 

163 f 
Biroune, James de, 442, 412 f 



70 



Index of the Names occurring in Molls C, F, and E. 



Bisshopesdonne (Bissopestone), Will. 

(de), 401, 357 f 
Blakeburne. Joan de, 485 
Blakelig, Beges de, 340 f 
Blakenliam, Benet de, 493 
Blare, Adam (de), 421, 155 f 
Blois, Le Contee de, 8 f, [24] 
Blothow ? 27 
Blunt, William le, 433, 290 f 

Hue le, 571 

Bluett, Will., 308 

Blundell, Rob., 331, 157 f 

Boeme. Le Roy de, [10] 

Bois, Ernaud de, 154, 85 f, [122] 

James du, 468, 190 f 

Nicol du, 238 ' 

Rich, de (du), 213. 386 f 

Bologne, Le Contee de, [45j 
Boivile. Will, de, 497 

Boyvile, Will, {another), [140] 
Bond alias Hond, Joan de, 587 
Bordon, Will. (Burdon, Joan), 438, 266 f 
Boteler, Rauf le, 162 

Rauf le {another), 479 f 

Tebaud le, 665 

Will, le, 195f 

Boterel, Thomas, 346, 137 f 
Botereus, Renaud de, 354, 121 f 
Boulers, Baudwin de, 466, 208 f 
Bouile, Herb, de, 155 

Boun, Fraunc de, 76 

Gilbert de, 127 

Henri de, 116 

Joan de, 130 

Joan de {anotlter), 625 

Bourt, Will, de, 560, 411 f 
Boutvilain, Rob. 400, 239 f 
Bouzun, Raf. 436, 168 f 
Boyticourt, Barth. de, 298, 396 f 
Bracebruge, Joan de, 625 
Braci, Robert de, 336 

Will, de, 326, 273 f 

Bradeley, Rog. de, 320 

Braibef, Joan de, 632 

Bramtone, Brian de, 176, 86 f 

Breban, le Duk de, [73] 

Bretaigne, Le Contee de, [23] 

Bretoue, (le Brutin), Rob. de, 302, 200 f 

Breuse, Will, de, 30, 67 f 

Brewase (Brus). Joan de, (Breus, W.,) 

337, 406 f, [J41] 
Brewase (Breus), Will, de, 58, 187 f 
Breynin, Guiliam de, [81] 
Brian, Gui de, 171 
Brienson, Barth. de, 301 f ^, 

Brintone, Adam de, 374, 279 f 
Brius, Robert, 180 
Broc, Laurens de, 569 
Brokehole, Tho. de, 378, 125 f 
Brome, Roger de, 567 
Brumton, Baudwin de, 381 f 
Bromtone, Brian (Baudwin ?) de, 601 

(Brumton), Joan de, 699, 380 f 

(Brumton), Walter de, 597,379f 

Brontone, Piers de, 201 f 
Bruges? Hue de, 342 
Bruili. Roger (Henri), 643 
Brus, Bernard de, 606 

Richard de, 91, 82f 

Rob. de, 93 

Brut, Rich, le, 606 
Brutun, Joan le (de), 100 



Brutun, Rob. le, 302 

Burc (Burch), Will, de, 355, 447 f 

Burdon, Joan, (Bordon, Will.) 438, 266 f 

Burg, Walter de, [164] 

Burgh, Joan de, [144] 

Burgoine, Le Duk de, [72] 

Burhhulle, 481 

Roger de, 669 

Burnell, Hue, 3Sl, 433 f 

Phelip, 385, 426 f 

Buterley, 442 f 

Roger (Steven) de, 310, 439 f 

Caile, Adam de, 356 

Cayle (Capel ?), Walter de, 227, 415 f 

Camois Raffe de ( . . Camais R? Camois), 

73, 41 f. [120] 
Cam vile (Caumvile),Geffraide, 173,470 f 

Thom. de, 649 

Win. de, 647 

Cantelou, George de, 246, 60 f 
Capel, Walter de, 227 
Cerne, Philip de, 611 
Cerouen, Thomas de, 395 f 
Uhalun, Le Countee de, [55] 
Chalune (de Chaluns), Pers, 404, 255 f 
Chambernoun, Henri de, 160 
Champanie, Le Countee de, [40] 
Champaine, Peis (de), 499, 364 f 

Rob. de, 105 f 

Charneles, Nicol de, 663 

Thomas de, 605 

Chaundux, Rob. de, 192 

Chaunseus, (Chanseus, Chaseus), Emeri 

de, 269, 235 f 

Joan de, 282, 249 f 

Thomas de, 282, 249 f 

Chavegn, William de, [177] 
Chavinie, or Chaveney, S' de, 3 f 
Chaurs, Herevie de, 455 f 

Pain de, 44 f 

Pateric de, 87, 263 f 

Chaworth? 90 

Cheney, Rob. de, 195, 289 f 

Chester, Counte de, 16, [54] 

Cheverouse, Henry de, [150] 

Chraicheth?, John de, 374 f 

Clare, Thomas de, 37, 71 f, [85] 

Cliife de Alemain (Cleve), Count de, 4 f, 

[58] 
Clifford, Joan de, 235 

Reinaud (Walter) de, 231, 293 f 

.... de, Roger de, Robert de, 

28, 67f, [147] 

Roger de, le fitz, 147, 74 f 

Cliftone, Roger de, 375, 378 f 
Clintone, Hue, alias Yve de, 169 

Joan de, 124 

-^-— Joan de {another), 655 
Ciivedone (^Cliuedouer), Renaud de, 363, 

377 f 
Cobbeham, Henri de, 465, 128 f 

Robert de, 467, 259 f 

Coderugge (Hoderugo), Baudwin, 655, 

423 f 
Cokefeld (Kocfeld) Adam de, 390, 323 f 
Cokfelt (Kocfeld) ,Adam de, 511, 116 f 

Rob. de, 613 

Coksey (Kokesey), Walt, de, 324, 277 f 
Coleuile, Philip de 651, 227 f 

Walter de 101, 63 f 

WilL de 306, 221 f 



Colestein, Le Countee de [67] 
Coleworth, Rich, de, 113 
Columbers, Maheu de, 83, 36 f 
Comin, (John) (de), 172, 91 f, [84] 
Comyn, 200 
Conovile, see Knovile. 
Constantinople, L'Empereur de [2] 
Corbet, Piers, 74, 56f 

Roger (William), 498, 418 f 

Thomas, 500, 320 f 

Cornwaile, Counte de, 14, 12 f, [99] 

Richard de 635, 254 f 

Corowen, Thomas de, 422 
Cotun, Raf de, 313 f 
Coney, Rob. de 252 

Thomas de [176] 

Couderai (Covdray), Piers de, 303, 319 f 

Crepin, Will. [148] 

Creppingges, Ric. de 261 

Cresignes, Rob. de [171] 

Cressi, Will, de, 694 

Cretingges, Adam de, 624, 154 f 

Creuecuer, Rob. de. 262, 410 f 

Creye, Simon de, 107 

Criell alias Cryoll, Bertram de, 270 

Crok, Pers, 566 

Crombe, Simon (de), 595, 167 f 

Cromwell, Simon de. 108 

Croupes, Rich, de, 634, 482 f 

Curtenei, Hue de, 111 

Cypre, Le Roy de [13] 

Dabeni, Joan, 120 

D'Abernon, see Abernun. 

Dacre, see de Acre. 

Dakeny, Joan, 11^0, 456 f 

Dammartin, Le Countee de, de Beleigr.e, 

[71] 
Daniell, John, 574 
Darcy, see Arci. 
D'Aubeni, see Aubeny. 
Deane, Dreu, 428, 135 f 
Deincurt, Deyncourt, see Eyncurt. 
De la Bere, Simon, 487 
De la Hay, Joan, 216 

Raffe, [132] 

De la Lee, Joan, 515 
De la Leie, Thom. 537 
De la Linde, John, 214 
De la Mare, John, 579 

Piers, 638, 264 f 

De la More, Barth., 279, 205 f 

Rich. [114] 

De la PuUe, Walter, 502, 463 f 

De la Rivere (de Riveres), Rich. 399, 

343 f 
De la Rokele, Rich. 677 
De la Souche (Zouche). Alain [133] 

Alain {another), (Roger), 344, 

236 f 

Jun, 338 

Roger [another), 79, 42 f 

Will., 175 

De la thun, Rob. 424 

De la Warde, Rob. 456, 246 f 

De la Warre, Joan, 164 

Denacurt, Hue, 229 

Denemark, Le Roy de, [16] 

Dering, Pers, 426 

Derneford, Will, (de), 277, 260 f 

Will, de {another), 319 268 f 

Will, de {another^, 657, 413 f 



Index of the Names occurring in Rolls (7, F, and B. 



71 



Despenser, Hue le, ] 96 
Dinaunt, Geffr. de, 131 
Dinawesbran, S'' de, 140 f 
D5mare, Joan de, 582 
Doniton or Dointon, Joan de, 213, 465 f 
Dureuassal or Durevaspal, John, 249, 
166 f 

Echingham, W. de, 112f 
Eclingges (Etlingge), Will, de, 415, 316 f 
Eileford (Eilesford), Will, de, 637. 218 f 
Eincurt (Eincourt. Eyncourt), (Joan) de, 
167, 185 f 

Rauf de, 268, 214 f 

Eingroue, Walt, de, 573 
Ekont, 412 

Elmerugge, Adam de, 353, 269 f 
Erdern de, 291 f 
Ermeny, Le Roy de, [14] 
Ernford, ste Derneford 
Ersedekene, Geff. le, 357, 263 f 
Ertingdene, Barthol. de, 88 
Eseales, Robert de, 455 
Esooce, Le Roy de, 3, [11] 
Espaigne, Le Roy d', [6] 
Esteote, Hue de, 452. 159 f 
Estengreue, Joan de, 184 
Estherdingtone, see Kerdestone 
Estleie. Andr. de, 289 
Estoke(s) (Stoke), Henri de, 199 f 

Will, de, 349, 400 f 

Estone, Joan de, 453, 270 f 

Rich, de, 419. 150 f 

Estotevile, Wauter, [97] 

Estotot (Stottot), Rob. de (le), 478, 314 f 

Estraunge, ste Strange 

Estrum, see Sturmin 

Eu, Le Contee d', [27] 

Euer, Henri de, 620, 369 f 

Euereus (Kvereux), Walter de, 384,430 

Will, de, 57, 80 f 

Euerlei. Walter de, 661, 368 f 
Everingbam (Bevergham), Adam de, 

626, 307 f 
Eyvile, John de, 39, 70 f 

Fanecurt, Gerard de, 269, 446 f 
Fauconberge, Gualtier de, [129] 
Faucunbergp, Walter de {another), 159 

Will, de, 543, 160 f 

Ferrers, Count de, 17, 20 f 

Will, de, 70, 37 f 

Ffoliot (Rich.), 59, 55f 
Foliott, Saunsum ? 218 
Filell, John, 345, 401 f 

Richard, 653 

Fisseburne (Fisshnian), Gile de (le), 642, 

398 f 
Fitz Alain, Brian le, 190 
Fitz Barnard, Rauf le, 347 
Fitz Barnard ? Rauf le, 347 f 
Fitz Coloin, le, 414 f 
Fitz Gerald, Morice le, [166] 
Fitz Henry, Hue le, 96 

Joan le, 214 

Fitz Hostes, Hue le, 134 

Fitz John, John (Rich.) le, 80, 65 f, [80] 

Fitz Maheu, Philip le, 307. 339 f 

Fitz Marmaduc, Joan le, 622, 408 f 

Fitz Nicholl, Rich. [96J 

Fitz Piers, Renaud le, 47 

Fitz Raf, Will, le, 321 f 



Fitz Roger, Rauf le, 343 

Robert le, 49, 94 f 

Fitz Simon, Joan le, 469 

Simon le, 224 

Fitz Thomas, Thomas le, 646, 414 f 
Fitz Warine, Fuke le, 69, 34 f 

Philip le, [156] 

Will, le, 253, 429 f 

Fitz Water, Rob. le, 51 
Fitz William, Rauf le, 313 
Fitz Will., Joan le, 198 f 
Flandres, L^ Contee de, [28] 
Folegambe, Thomas, 580 
Forest, Le Counte de, [35] 
France, Le Roy de, [5] 
Frecie ? Hue de, 484 
Frene ? Hue de, 484 
Frere, Alun, 141 f 
Frivile, Alexander, 540, 152 f 

Baudwin de, 254, 146 f 

Baudwin de (another), [152] 

de, 583 

Richard (de), 632, 333 f 

Friburc, Le Countee de, [63] 
Fukeram. Richard, 602 
Furnivall, Gerard (Walter) de, 210, [93] 
Thomas, 208 

Gacelin (Gasselin) Edm. 325, 317 f 
Gammage, Adam de, 300 f 

Nicolde, 616 

Pain de, 619, 421 f 

Gaunt, Geoffry de, [125] 
Gaytone, Joan de, 283 f 
Gei (Gey), Walter de, 383, 416 f 
Genevile, Getfrai de, 42, 81 f, [146] 
Giffard, Alexandre, 507 

Joan, 25, 29 f, [145] 

de Bef, Joan, 650 

Osbern, 521 

Robert (de). 315, 169 f 

William. 559, 204 f, 417 f 

Gise, Auncel de, 666, 223 f 
Gistell, Gualtier de, [92] 
Glanvill, 412 

Gloucestre, Count de, 11, 10 f 

Gobiun, Hue, 474, 310 f 

Godemoun estone (Godemontone), Joan 

de, 519, 138f 
Gomon, Gomoit, see Gobiun 
Gorges, Rauf de, 102, 184 f 
Gorney, Ancell de, 132 
Gouuis (Gonua), Brian de, 106 
Graboni? Will., 358 f 
Grate (Grete), Pers de, 205, 366 f 
Grauncurt (Graicurt), Walt, de, 379, 

316f 
Graunson, Hoste de (S'' de), 118, 434 f 
Grauntpie, Le Countee, [33] 
Greleie, Robert de, 53 
Grendone, Rob. de, 370, 106 f 
Greseleie, Goffr. de, 451, 345 f 
Grestoc, Le Baron de, 133 
Grevile, Rich de, 424 f ' 

Grey, Joan de, 191, 183 f 

Joan de {another), 140 

Adam de, 72 

Renaud, de, 46 

Robert de (le), 285, 281 f 

Grifid, Llewellin ap, 7, [21] 

Owen ap, 139 f 

David ap, 26 



Grifid, levan ap, 33 f 
Guerd, Le Countee de, [44J 
Guisnes, Le Contee de, [37] 
Gurdun, Adam, 280, 384 f 
Gurney, Jehan de, [94] 
Gwi (Gui), Imberd, 510, 161 f 

Habervile, Henri, 348 f 

Hakerus, John de, 346 f 

Haket, Henri, 126 f 

Haluhtone (Alutone), Thorn, de, 488 

H. de, 261 f 

Hamnvile ? Henri de, 523 

Hancett, Hamund, 432 

Hansard, William, [82] 

Hannsard, Giles (Hasal, Gilbert), 148, 

96 f 
Harcourt, Johan de [168] 

Will., 63, 61 f 

Harington, 592 

Hasteng, Humfrai, 201, 231 f 

Hastings, Joan de (Hasteng, Henri de). 

128, 77 f 
Hateringdene or Hoteringesdene, Rauf. 

de, 665, 467 f 
Haveringges, Joan de, 408 

Rich, de, 660 

Haversham, Nicol de, 414 
Hauteyn, Hamo, 181 f 
Hautot, Rich, de, 420, 318 f 
Hay, de la, see De la Hay 
Heggios ? Plue de, 342 
Heliun, Walter le (de), 514, 252 f 
Henaud, Le Countee de [38] 
Hercy, Henri de, 193 
Herdintone, Henri de, 338 f 
Hereford, Counte de, 4, 14 f, [98] 

Henri de, 618 

Rob. de, 439, 217 f 

de 308f 

Herondi, Jon de, 389 f 

Hersham or Herswelle, Simon de, 417, 

153 f 
Rerun, Joan, 431 

Will , 434, 351 f 

Herunvile, Joan de, 354 f 
Hese, Henri, 441 f 

, 356 f 

Hese, Henri (Hussey, Hugh le: Hewse). 

222, 178 f, [168] 
Heselington, Rich, de, [166] 
Hiltone, Rob. de, 293, 472 £ 
Hodenet, Kdgar de, 278, 129 f 
Hoderugo, B.. 423 f 
Hodestpne, Joan de, 416 
Hoggeshawe, J 99 
Holebroc or Brokehole, Tho. de, 378, 

126 f 
Hond alias Bond, Joan de, 587 
Hondeshacre, Will. de. 472, 443 f 
Hoc, Rob. de, 445, 105 f 
Hop(e)tone, Walt, de, 276, 257 f 
Horcie? Hen. del, 193 
Hospitall, Leauntient del, [20] 
Hoter, Thomas, 288 f 
Hoteringesdene, Raf de, 666, 467 f 
Hovel, Robert, 78. 59 f 
Hovile, Hue tic, 622. 202 f 
Houn, Hereui de, 244 f 
Howard, S'de, 405 f 
Huband, lienrfi, 671 
Hudebovile or Hudehovile, Joan de, 508 



72 



Index of the Names occurring in Rolls C, F^ and JEJ. 



Hugeford. Wm. de, 491, 194 f 
HuUe, Joan de, 317, 240 f 
Hungrey, Le Koy de, [12] 
Huntercombe, Rauf de, 482 
Huntercumbe, 604 
Huntingfeld, Seer de, 524 

VV. de, 95 

Hursthale, William (Walter de), 429, 
355 f 

Iberle, 178 f 

lestunie ? Adam de, 46 f 

Ingulesthorpe, Walter de, 430, 352 f 

Ion ? de, 430, 352 f 

Innpere? Will., 241 f 
Joeny, Le County de, [42] 
Joir ? Fuco de, 52 f 

Kekytemore, Piers de, 168 f 

Keney, Alexander de, 585 

Kenette, Pers de, 101 f 

Kennion, Joan k, 456 f 

Kent, Counte de, 21, 23 f 

Kerdestone (Estherdintone), William de, 

322 f, [112] 
Kerdif, Paul(in) de, 139, 228 f 
Kigeho, William, 332 
Kinie, Phelip de, 376 
Kinardsleie, Rich, de, 287 
Kiburc, Le Countee de, [62] 
Kirham, Nic. de, (Kirkham, Will, de,) 

564, 145 f 
Kirketone, Rauf de, 630 
Knovile, Bogonis, 668, 275 f 

Gilebert de, 674, 127 f 

Kocfeld, Robert, 513 

Kocfeld, Kokesey, see Cokfeld, &c. 

Kckerell, Rob., 258 

,490 

,344f 

Kokinton, Henri de, 371 f 
Kokesalton, Joan de, 394 

La Bere, La Hay, &c., see De La Bere, 

&c. 
Lacy, Adam de, 312 
Lamburne, Will. (Mile) de, 359, 147 f 
Lancaster, Counte de, 5 

Hen. de ? 40 f 

Roger de, 264 

Langeleie, Walter de, 554 
Lassels, see Asseles 
La Souche, see De la Souche 
La thun, see De la thun 
Latimer, Joan le, 670 

Will, le, 158 

Le . . . brut ? Joan de, 426 
Lecestre, Counte de, 19, 26 f 
Leycestre, Cike ? de, 63 f 
Lee or Leie, see de la Lee, &c. 
Leonsteine, Le Contee de, [49] 
Le Sor, Joan, 352 
L'Estrunn ? 664, 284 f 
Levaat, Andrew, 214 
I^eyburne, Roger de, 496 

Roger de (another), [86] 

Will, de, 86 

Le Ille (Lille), Le Counte de, 10, [103] 

Lisle, Robert de, 54 

Liilebon, W. de,(Lillebome, David,) 271 , 

432 f 
Limesi, Raf de, 288, 267 f 



Lindsey, Raf de, 288, 267 f 
Lingdesheie, Walter de, 204, 460 f 
Lindesey, Walter de, 204, 460 f 

William de, 206 

Lincole (Nicole), Counte de, 9, 13 f 
Lingaine, Raf de, 263, 438 f 
Linde, de la, see De la Linde 
Lisenian, S'' Geffrey, 5 f 
Lisley (Joan), 98 
Lokintone, Roger de, 590 
LoDgspee, Will., [87] 

,[88] 

Loterel, Thos. 640 
Loraine, Le Duk de, [77] 
Lovaine, Maheu de, 517, 461 f 
Lovedai, Roger, 473 
Lovel, Joan, 234, 117 f 

Joan (another), 476 f 

Lovetot, Joan de, 608, 171 f 
Lowbroke, Joan de, 667 
Lucemburg, Le Countee de, [59] 
Lucy, Amauri de, 283, 292 f 

Geffrey de, 109, 68 f, [108] 

Luneburg, Le Duk de, [78] 
Lungchamp, Henri de, 178 

Mailott, William, 405 

Malduist. Walter, [121] 

Malemeins, Nicol, 662, 143 f 

Maleuerer, Will. (Joan), 676, 245 f 

Malet, Robert, 696 

Maltone or Moletone, Hubert de, 348, 

326 f 
Mamcestre, Joan de, 454 
Man.Le Roy de, [17] 
Maners? Baudw. de, 612 
Maner, Henri de, 385 f 
Manford ? Nich. de, [113] 
March, Le Countee de la, [56] 
Mare, see De la Mare 
Mareschale, Counte, 18, 21 f 

Joan le, 635 

Marines, Thos. de, 593, 468 f 
Marmiun, Philip, 60 

Philip (another), 58 f, [155] 

William, 62, 182 f 

Marre, Le Countee de, [53] 
Martel, Joan (Rich.), 576, 212 f 

Walter, [124] 

Martin ? 250 
Mau...l, Will, 328 
Maudut, Thorn. 104 
Maulare, Will. 589 
Mauleie, Pers de, 115 
Maundevile, Rich, de, 94 
Maurus, Aumeri de, 237 
Mautravers, John, 197, 262 f 

Will. 373, 225 f 

Melese, Roger de, 47 f 

Menclerk (Senclerk?) Peres de, [162] 

Menill, Nicol de, 181 

Menne, Nicol de, 177, 328 f 

Merc, Joan de. 396 

Will, de, 445 f 

Merke, Ingram de, [123] 
Mergines, Geflry de, [170] 
Merville, Hen. le, 672 
Messouz, Le Countee, [36] 
Meurid', or Meuric, Howel ap, 183 
Mezi, Robert de, 402, 431 f 
Mideltone, Will, de, 360, 349 £ 
Miland, Amary de, [149J 



Moine, Joan le, 144 f 

Molecastre, Walter de, 575 

Moles, Roger de, 89 

Moletone, Herbert de, 348, 326 f 

Moltone, Thos. de, 242, 164 f 

Monemuth (Monemue), Joan de, 341, 

452 f, [127] 
Monfort (Mountford), Le Counte de, 2 f 

Piers de, 34, 32 f 

Phillip de, [178] 

Robert de, 122, 197 f 

Mongomery, Adam de, 377, 454 f 

Will, de, 108 f 

Monhaut, Adam de, 145 
John de, 520 

Robert (Roger) de, 52, 188 f 

Monhermer, Rauf de, oU f 

Monioye, Le Conte, [48] 

MonsyroUe, Eschelard de, [174] 

Monte, Le Countee de, [61] 

Montmorency, Joan de, [151] 

Montone (Montoni) (Mountney), Robert 

de, 36, 179 f 
More, see De la More 
Moreres, Will, de, 425, 230 f 
Morriton, William de, 144 
Mortimer, Geffrai de, 40 

Henri de, 375 f 

Henri de (another) (William de), 

410, 382 f 

Joan de, 65 

Raf de, 87 f 

Robert de, 129, 118 f 

Robert de (another), [128] 

Roger de, 22, 28 f, [142] 

Roger de (another), 24 

Will, de, 38 

Will, de (another), 545, 142 f 

Will, de (another), 120 f 



Moun, Will, de, 156 

Mowbray, Rob, (Roger) de, 36, 38 f, 

[104] 
Munchanesi, Raf (de), 460, 302 f 

William (Walter), 281, 216 f 

Will, (de) (Waren de), 149, 30 f, 

[126] 
Munseus, Joan de, 581, 265 f 
Munteni, Ernaud de, 642 
Murdac, Will, 391 
Musart, Rauf, 673, 350 f 
Musoin, Le Countee de, [60] 
Musdel, alias Mustell, Henri, 327, 271 f 
M seles, Edm, de, 273 

Narburgh, 174 f 
Navarre, Le Roy de, [9] 
Neiuile, Thebaut de, 616 

Walter de, 261 

Geffrai de, 236, [79] 

Neivile (Nervile), James de, 248, 299 f 
Neuile, Joan (Hugh) de, 56, [106] 
NeviU, Rob. de, 198, [107] 
Nelsun, Henri le, 471 f 
Nereford, Will, de, 372, 404 f 
Newentone, Adam de, 267, 226 f 
Newmarch, Adam de, 125 
Northfolk, C. de, 23 
Norwey, Le Roy de, [16] 

Obehall, Rauf de, 613 
Oddingeselles, Hue de, 617, 485 f 
Nicol de, 648 



Index of the Names occurring in Rolls (7, F, and E. 



73 



Oddingeselles, William de, 31 4, 51f, [153] 
Offingtone or Offringtone, David de, 

187, 365 f 
Offord, Joan de, 598 

Robert de, 84, 75 f 

Olzeton, Joan de, 484 f 

Okinton, Joan de, 621 

Op(pe)shale, Michel de, 618, 475 f 

Orbebi, Joan de, 327 f 

Orkablin, 473 f 

Orlanston, 270 

Otteringesdene, Otterden, see Hoteringes- 

dene. 
Oxenford, Count de, 15, 17 f 

Paifrere or Peifret, Will. 512, 256 f 
Painell, Hugo, 243 f 

Thomas, 203 

Will., 189, 409 f 

Pantone, James de, 104 f 

Parcher, 226 

Pateshulle, Joan de, 406, 130 f 

Patrick, Le Countee [51] 

Patric, Will., 146, 93 f 

Paueli, (Paveley,) Reinaud (Edw.) de, 

504 [157] 
Pauncefot, Grimbaud, 300, 186 f 

William, 124 f 

Paycur ?, 98 f 

Pecche, Will., 586, 276 f 

Hamund, 609 

Baudewin, [161] 



Pedwordine, Will, (Walter), 6.03, 388 f 
Peillun ? William, 427 
Pembrugge, Henri de, 291, 285 f 

Henri de {another), 221 

Henri de {another), 286 f 

Pembroke, Count de, 12, 25 f [101] 
Pencestre, Steven de, 188 
Penedoke, Henri de, 387 
Perci, Hen. de, 110 

Rob. de, 114, 189 f 

Walt, de, 112, 362 f 

Perpund, Henri, 471, 122 f 

Pertevin ?, Roger le, 459 f 

Pessun, Will. 206 f 

Petitpiere, Le Countee de la, [47] 

Peverel, Hue, 644 

Pichard, Roger, 157 

(Pikard de Staundone) Roger, 

316, 162 f 
Pic(he)ford, Geff. de, 233, 330 f 
Pichford, Joan de, 568 

(aao^Aer.?), 337f 

Picot (Pigott, Bigod) Piers, 549, 478 f 

[95] 
Pin, Thom. de, 380, 115 f 
Pinkeni, Henri de, 534, 311 f 
Piritone, Joan de, 547, 166 f 
Piror (Parot, Pirot), Rauf, 255, 428 f 
Plescy, Jehan de, [116] 
Plessis, Hue de, 294 
Plokenett, Alain, 138 
Poltimore, Rich, de, 303 f 
Ponchardon, Oliver de, 329, 370 f 
(P?)ordoue, Joan de, 318 
Portugall, Le Roy de [18] 
Poiteres, Le Countee de [22] 
Pouland, Le Duk de, [76] 
Pourcel, Rob. 501, 367 f 
Poze, Rich, de, 152, 397 f 
Pypard, Raf, 247, 177 f 



Rakelword, Walt, de, 203 f 
Ratell, Rauf, 544 
Redham, Will, de, 440, 353 f 
Res, Howel ap, 654 
Restell, Le Countee, de, [41] 
Reueshale, John de, 260, 403 f 
Ribesford, Henri de, 418, 419 f 
Richemund, Raianat de, 386 
Rie, W. de, 403, 390 f 
Rige, Le County de, [43] 
Riuere(s), Rich, de (la), 399, 343 f 
Riveres, Joan de, 202 
Roceline, Thom. 166 
Rocel, Raf, 305 f 
Roehfort, Guy de, [118] 
Rokele, de la, see De la Rokele. 
Roleie (Raley), Hen. de, 407, 207 f 
Ros, Rob. de, 168, [105] 

{another), 641 

Will, de, 639 

{another), [83] 

Rous (Rus), Gile le, 309, 372 f 

Roger le, 311, 209 f 

Roseles, Joan (de), 658 
Roussy, Le Contee de, [31] 
Rummesvile, Le Countee tie, [46] 

Salesbury, Counte de, 20, 1 f 
Samsun, Will. 556 
Saunsum? 218 
San Cerlis ? Piers de, 425 f 
Sapi, Joan de, 550 
Sarcilun, Will. 481 f 
Sarnesfeld, Walt, de, 275 
Sautemareis, Will, de, 322 
Saunford, Gilb. de, 111 f 

Nichol de, [113] 

Saunsauer, Hue, 211, 448 f 

Say, Will, de, 41 

Schirlonde (Sirlonde), Roger (de), 529, 

298 f 
Segni, Le Sire de, [91] 
Segrave, Nic. de, 50, 72 f 

Geffrey de, [137] 

Segre, Simon (Ion) de, 486, 109 f 
Seingeine, Hugh, [135] 

Seint Amand, Aumeri de, 165, 176 f 
Seint Aubin, Gilb. de, 588 
Sender, W. de, 239, 436 f 
Seint Helene, Joan de, 492, 335 f 
Seint John, John de, (S""), 230, 64 f 
[159] 

Richard, 646 

Walter de, [163] 

Leger, William de, 444 f 

Marcyl, W. de, 282 f 

Mark, Lancelot [173] 

Martin, Joan de, 244 

Martin, Will, de, 389, 309 f 

Sein.Martin ? de, 250 

— Thomas de, 483 f 

Sein Martin ? 459 

Seint Maure (Seinmor), de, 237 f 

Lorenz de, 362 

Nicol de, 366, 211 f 

Rauf de, 364 

Seint Owen, Raf de, 131 f 

John de, 286 

Seynte Omer, Thos. de, 1 37 
S'. Paulle, Le Contee de, [26] 
Sein Pere, Hurian de, 92, 84 f 
Quintin, Herbert de, 339, 376 f 

k 



Sein Valeri (Waleri), Joan de, 561, 
859 f 

Seint Yve, John de, 324 f 

Seneschal, W. le, 577 

Sepheie (Shephep), Will. 397, 393 f 

Sherley, Will, de, 437 f 

Shirebrok, Rob. de, 199 

Sicile. Le Roy de, [8] 

Sifrewast, Richard, 217, 427 f 

Soleni, Auerai de, 607, 469 f 

Solers (Soleys?), Rich, de, 141 

Henri de, 483 

Someri, Henri de, 464, 210 f 

Roger de, 163, 180 f, [134] 

Percevall de, 185 

Sor, Joan le, 352 

Sottone or Suton, James de (le fitz), 
600, 103 f 

Souche, see De la Souche 

Springhose, Roger de, 388, 251 f 

Stafford, Rob. de, 656, 420 f 

Stanhowe, Herve, de, 462 

Robert de, 494 

Staundone, Rob. de, 474 f 

Stauntone, Helis de, 458 

Stepeltone, Rob. de, 623 

Stephewe, Will, de, 393 f 

Steyngreve, see Estengreve 

Stodham, Simon de, 578 

Stoke (Estokes), Henri de, 225, 199 f 

Stokport, Waren, 102 f 

Stotevile, Rob. de, 186 

Stottot, de, see Estotot 

Stone, Will, de, 172 f 

Strange, Straunge, or L'Estraunge, Ha- 
mund le, 174 

John le, 150, 49 f 

Robert le, 194 

Roger le, 220 

Sturmin (le Merville ?), Henri le, 672 

Suley, John de, 67 

Suneli, Will, de, 570 

Syward, Rich., 219 



Talebot (Thalebott), Gilbert, 449 f 

Rich. 652, 413, [167] 

Tateshalle or Ateshalle, Rob. (Raffe) de, 

71,39f, [138] 
Terberuile or Turberuile, Hue de, 77, 35 f 

Geffrai, 371 

Henri, 323, 348 f 

Richard (Pain), 350, 238 f 

Temple, le auntient de, [19] 
Thaine, de, 178 

Gilbert de, 148 

Thalemache, Hue, 477 f 
Thani, Lucas, QQ 

Richard, 68 

Tholosa, Le Countee de, [39] 

Thon(e)y, Rauf, 117, 79 f 

Than, de la, see De la. 

Thweng, Marmaduk de, 296, [143] 

Tibetot, Robert, 228, 88 f 

Tirell, Roger, 330, 191 f 

Tirentone, Rauf de, 110 f 

Todenham, Oliver, 627 

Traili, John, 256, 193 f 

Trasi, Will., 457, 361 f 

Tregoz, John (Geffr), 97, 48 f, [136] 

99 

Henry, 215, 334 f 



71 



Index of the Names occurring in Rolls C, F, and E. 



Trerstein, Le Countee de, [65] 
Trompintone or Trumpinton, Roger de, 

241, 192 f 
Trussebut, Robert, 616, 486 f, 643 
Trussell, Rich. 292 
Try, Regnald de, [70] 

Signeur de Bilebatia de, [69] 

Tudenham, Joan, 645 
Tyeys, Francis le, 466 f 



Valence, Le Counte de, [57] 

Valoines, Rich, de, 299 

Valoines (Waloynz), Will, de, 342 f 

Vavessur, Will, le, 633 

Vaux (Vaus, Waus), John (Rob ) de, 

240, 90 f, [160] 
Ver, Simon de, 85, 45f 
Verdon, Tebaud de, 103, 92 f 
Vernon, 592 
Vessi, Joan de, 32, 31 f 

(Will.') de, 44,73 f 

Ufford ? Rob. de, 315 

John de, 250 f 

Vian, Le Counte de, [68] 
Umframvile, Ingram de, 411 
Ingram de {another^, 229 



Waddone, Simon, 447 
Wake, Baudwin, 61 

Hue, 610, 107 f 

Jon, 89 f 

.... 457 f 

Waldemode, Le Contee, [30] 
Waldesefth ? Alain de, 368 
Waldeseuf, Edm. de, 156 f 
Waleis, Henri le, 149 f 

John de, 306 f 

Henri de, 304 

Slovene le, 392 

Will, le, 539 

Walhope, John de, 450 

Walrond, Robert, 76 f 

Wandome, Le Countee, [32] 

Wantone or Wautone, John de, 684, 

213 f 
Wapail, Roger de, 266 
Warde, de la,, see De la Warde. 
Waren, Counte de, 2, 16 f 

Joan de la, 164 

Warwick, Counte de, 6, 18 f, [102] 

Wasseburne, Rog. de, 340 

Wastnevs (Wasterneys), Will, le, 361, 

402 f 
Waunci, John (Geffrai), de, 553, 331 f 
Wede, Hernoll de la, [89] 



Welonde, Roger de, 676 

Wenunwyn, GriflBd ap, 75 

Werbleton alias Warblington, Thomas 

de, 245, 360 f 
Whittingwen, Le Counte de, [66] 
Wig(e)tone, Walter de, 572, 296 f 
Wikes, Rich, (de), 628. 480 f 
.Wilebi, Rob. de, 541, 304 f 
Wilintone, Rauf de, 209, 215 f 
Wincestre, Count de, 31, 27 f, [100] 
WintreshuUe, Joan de, 591 
WintershuU ? 244 
Wirtenberg, Le Countee de, [64] 
Witacre, Rich, (de), 548 
Witefeld (Wettefelde), Rob. de, 525 

Rich, de, 373 f 

Witeneie, Eustace de, 533, 464 f 
W^riaeleye, Pers, 113 f 
Wither, Will. 398 
Wiuile, Will, de, 495 
Wodeburh or Wodebrire, Rauf de, 477, 
453 f 

Will. 479 

Wodehulle, John (de), 394, 399 f 
Woltaubin, Gilbert de, 325 f 
Wunhale, Nicol de, 505 

Zouche, see De la Souche 



%* It will have been noticed that in several cases, both in E and in F, coats occur without names, or with incomplete sur- 
names. Where such coats, anonymous in one Roll, were found duly named in the other, they have been referred to in the Index 
under the names so recovered. The following numbers are those of anonymous coats occurring in one or other Roll only, and 
therefore not admitting such identification : — 

E. 

90; 135; 151; 153; 306; 333 "Joan de S... ;" 382; 426" Joan le ...brut;" 436; 459; 461; 630; 563. 

F. 
9; 40; 99 Jorge de ; 100; 161; 173; 174; 272; 297 " Fucode ;" 347 f " Raf le fitz;" 363 "Henri de;" 391; 417. 



AN 



ALPHABETICAL OEUINAEY 



OF ALL THE 



COATS COMPKISED IN EOLLS C, F, AND E, 



Note. — Whilst engaged in preparing my text of Rolls E and P for the press, I found it necessary to 
compile, for my own use, an Ordinary of the Coats contained in those two Rolls. Mr. Papworth having 
digested the whole of these Rolls in his book, of which the greater part has already appeared, it seemed 
hardly justifiable to encumber the pages of Archeeologia by printing my own Ordinary there. At the 
same time it was thought that with the addition of the coats comprised in Roll C, the compilation might 
be acceptable to that limited number of persons specially interested in the subject, into whose hands the 
separate copies of the Rolls, and remarks thereon, might come. One hundred and twenty-five copies of 
the following pages have therefore been printed, for private distribution, at the joint expense of Mr. A. W. 
Franks, Mr. W. S. Walford, and myself. 

Mr. Papworth's excellent arrangement has mostly been followed. In several instances a coat has been 
twice entered ; once in its proper alphabetical order, and again in italics, either where the blazon is doubtful, 
or in order to bring one coat into juxtaposition with another, on which it either certainly is or may be con- 
jectured to be founded. 

December, 1864. . , C. S. P. 



ANNULET. 

Arg. 4 concentric annulets' az., the exterior one cut by the outline of the shield. (An early form of 

the gurges or whirlpool. Blazoned in B. " roele d' argent et d'azur.") Raf de Gorges. 
Arg. 3 annulets gu. Jehan de Plescy. 



Arg. 6 annulets gu. Hue de Plessis 
Az. 3 axes arg. William Hurstall 



AXE. 

BAR. 
2 BARS. 



Arg. 2 bars az. Robert de Hiltone. 

Arg. 2 bars fusilly az. William de Faucunberge. 

Arg. 2 bars gu. Walter Malduist. 

Arg. 2 bars gu. a label az. Joan de Sein Martyn (Wintreshull ?). 

Arg. 2 bars fusilly gules. Raf Rocel. 

Gu. 2 bars fusilly arg. Rauf Ratell. 

Az. 2 bars or. William Pauncefot. 

I 



76 An Alphabetical Ordinary of all the Coats 

BAR. 2 BKR'^— continued. 

Az. 2 bars dancettee or. Richard de Riveres. 

Erm. 2 bars gu. Joan le fitz Will .... 

Gu. 2 bars fusilly argent. Rauf Ratell. 

Gu. 2 bars or. Johan de Harecourt. 

Gu. 2 bars vair. Robert de Mortimer, 

Gu. crusilly or 2 bars vair. William de Mortimer. 

Gu. 2 bars each per fess indented arg. and az. Hue de Frene or Frecie. 

Or 2 bars gules. William Harecurt. 

Gu. 2 bars or. Johan de Harecourt. 

Or 2 bars gules a label sa. Joan de Wintreshulle. 

Sa. 2 bars or. Beges de Blakelig ? 

2 bars and in chief 

Canton. 
Arg. 2 bars and a canton gu. Emaud de Bois. 
Arg. 2 bars and a canton sa. James ? Du bois. 
Erm. 2 bars and a canton gu. Nicol du Boyse. 

Arg. 2 bars az. on a canton of the last a 5 -foil pierced or. Raf Pypard. 
Arg. 2 bars gu. on a canton of the last a lion of England. Roger de Lancastre. 

On a Chief. 
Erm. 2 bars gu. on a chief of the last a lion passant or. Osbern Giffard. 

Escallops. 
Arg. 2 bars in chief 3 escallops gu. Roger de Melese. 
Arg. 2 bars gu. in chief 3 torteaux, Soger de Moles. 

Roundels (Bezants). 
Az. 2 bars or, in chief 3 bezants. Wake. 
Arg.fretty sable on each intersection a bezant. Hue Wake. 

(Torteaux.) 
Arg. 2 bars gu. in chief 3 torteaux. Roger de Moles. 
Or 2 bars gu. in chief 3 torteaux. Baudwin Wake. 
Arg. a f$ss gu. in chief 3 torteaux. Ion Wake, F. but in error ? 

2 BARS WITHIN— 

Birds. 
Arg. 2 bars az. an orle of martlets gu. Hugo (William) Pain ell. 
Or 2 bars az. an orle of martlets gu. Thomas Painell, 

BORDURE. 

Arg. 2 bars sa. a bordure engr. gu. William de Wiuile. 

On 2 BARS. 

Birds. 
Az. on 2 bars or 5 martlets gu. 3 and 2. Piers Wriaeleye. 

3 BARS. 

Arg. 3 bars engr. gu. William Crepin. 

Az. 3 bars engr. arg. Lucas Thani. 

Gu. 3 bars engr. arg. Thomas de Moltone. 

Gu. 3 bars engr. diapered or. Le Countee de I'llle. 

Or 3 bars engr. gules. Raf de Seint Owen. 

3 BARS and in chief — 

Azure 3 bars or, on a chief of the first 2 pallets between as many esquires based dext. and sin. of 
the second, oyer all an inescucheon arg, Q^ Mortimer's arms'': for another blazon see F. 28.) 
Roger de Mortimer. 



comprised in Rolls C, F, and E. 77 

BAR. 3 BARS and in chief — continued. 

Mortimer's arms, tlie inesc. erm. Roger de Mortimer. 

surtout a bendlet gu. William de Mortimer, 
surtout a saltire gu. Geffrai de Mortimer, 
the inesc. arg. billettee sa. Hemi de Mortimer, 
gu. and or, the inesc. arg. Joan de Mortimer, 
sa. and or, the inesc. arg. Raf de Mortimer, 
sa. and or, the inesc. erm. Richard de Bois. 

4 BARS. 

Arg. 2 bars gemels sa. Anon. F 151. 
Erm. 2 bars gemels gu Rauf de Huntercumbe. 
Erm. 2 bars gemels sa. Huntercumbe. 

4 bars and in chief 

Beast. 
Az. 2 bars gemels in ch. a lion pass, guard, arg. Walter de Neville. 
Az. 2 bars gemels in ch. a lion pass, guard or. Henri Tregoz. 
Or 2 bars gemels in ch. a lion pass, guard, gu. GefFrai (Jon) Tregoz. 

Chief. 

Az. 2 bars gemels a chief or. de Syflfrewast. 

Gu. 2 bars gemels a chief or. Roand de Richemund. 

6 BARRULETS. 

Arg. 6 hars az. (harry E.) surt. 3 lions ramp. gu. Rauf de Wodehurh. 

Arg. 6 hars gu. (? harry. ^ Rohert de Stotevile. 

Barry arg. and gu. 3 lions rampant sa. Wauter Estotevile. 

Arg. 6 bars sa. surtout 3 lions rampant gu. Anon. F. 272. 

Arg. 3 bars gemels sa. surt. a lion ramp. gu. Adam de Monhaut. 

6 BARRULETS and in chief- 
Canton. 
Arg. 6 barrulets a canton gu. James de Pantone. 

Chief. 
Az. 3 bars gemels and a chief or. Nicol de Menill. Robert de Cresignes. 

6 BARS within — 
Arg. 6 bars gules within an orle of martlets vert. Patric de Chaurs. (^See 6 BIRDS.) 

BARRY OF 6. 

Barry of 6 arg. and az. Joan de Grey. 

Barry of 6 arg. and az. a lab. gu. Renaud de Grey. 

Barry of 6 arg. and az. bend gu. Robert le Grey. 

Barry of 6 arg. and az. in chief 3 torteaux. Adam de Grey (lestunie, F.) 

Barry of 6 arg. and gu. a lab. az. Hugo Gobiun. 

Barry of G erm. and gu. Henri Hese (Hugh le Hussey). 

Bany of 6 sa. and or. Bennet de Blakenham. 

Barry of 6 vair and gu. Robertus de Coucy. 

Barry vair and gu. a bend or. Thomas de Coucy. 

Barry dancettee of 6 or and gu. Walter de Balun. 

Barry dancettee of 6 or and sa. Roger Lovedai. 

Barry lozengy of 6 arg. and gu. Joan Tudenham. 

Barry lozengy of 6 arg. and az. OUver Todenham. 

Barry undee of 6 arg. and az. Gilbert de Saunford. 

Barry undee arg. and gu. Nicholas de Sanford. 

Barry undee of 6 arg. and gu. Laurence Basset. 

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BAR. BARRY of 6 — continued. 

Barry undee of 6 arg. and gu. a label az. Piers Achard. 

Bariy undee of 6 ai'g. and gu. a label sa. Robert de Amauri. 

Barry undee of 6 arg. and sa. Simon Bassett. 

Barry undee of 6 arg. and sa. a lab. gu. Rauf (H. ?) Basset. 

Barry undee of 6 arg. and sa. a canton gu. H. Basset. 

Barry undee of 6 or and gu. Phelip Basset. 

Barry undee of 6 or and gu. a label az. John Lovell. 

Barry undee of 6 or (arg. ? F. 290) and sa. William le Blount. 

BARRY of 8. 

Barry of 8 or and az. Henri de Penbrugge. 

Bany of 8 or and az. a label gu. Henri de Penbrugge. 

Barry of 6 or and az. a bend gu. Henri de Penbrugge. 

Barry of 8 or and gu. Brian le fitz Alan. 

Bany fusilly of 8 or and gu. Jorge de . . . . F. 99. 

BARRY UNNUMBERED. 

Barry arg. and az. William (Walter) de Munchanesi. 

Barruly arg. and az. " de un menue burule." Le Countee de la Marche. 

Barruly arg. and az. " de un menue burule" a bend gules. Hugh le Archevesque. 

Barry arg. and az. an orle of martlets gu. Le Counte de Valence. Counte de Penbrok. 

Barry arg. and az. a lion ramp. gu. Sir Geffrey Lisenian. (crowned or. Le Countee de Luxemburg.) . 

Barry arg. and az. a bordure gu. Le Countee Dammartin de Beleigne. 

Barry orl and az. a bordure gu. C. Alissander. 

Barry undee arg. and gu. Nicholas de Manford (Sanford ?). 

BaiTy arg. and sa. Le Contee Waldemode. 

Barry or and gu. Le Countee Grauntpre. 

Barry or with gu. fretty arg. (perhaps bany or and gu. fretty arg.) HemoU de la Wode. 

Barry or and vert semee de lis counterchanged. Robert de Mortymer. 

BEAST. 
Deer. 
Or a doe gules. Le Countee de Trerstein (Thierstein). 

Horse. 
Gules a horse saddled or. Le Eoy de Norwey. ^ 

Lion. 
Or a demi-lion double-tailed gu. William Maulare. 
Arg. a lion ramp, gules. Hue de Turbervile. 

Arg. a lion ramp, double-tailed gu. Richard de Haveringe. Walter de Bauesar. 
Arg. a lion ramp, tail crossed gu. crowned or. Le Duk de Luneburg. 

Arg. a lion ramp, tail crossed gu. crowned or and a label of the last. Le Countee de !Monce. 
Arg. a lion ramp. gu. (standing on a mount ?) azure. Le Contee de Leonstein. 
Arg. billettee a lion ramp. gu. Thomas (John) de Sapi. 
Arg. crusilly a lion ramp, gu. Anon. F. 417. 
Arg. crusilly sa. a lion ramp. gu. William Giffard. 
Arg. a lion ramp, party per fesse gu. and sa. Joan de Lovetoft. 
Arg. a lion ramp, double-tailed sa. William de Cressi. 

Arg a lion ramp. sa. debruised of a bend gu. Walter de Gey. Hue Bumell. 
Arg. a lion ramp. sa. debruised of a bend gu, thereon 3 martlets (or else escallops) of the first, Phelip 

Bumell. 
Arg. a lion ramp, crowned or. on the shoulder a cross. Le Roy de Boeme. 
Az. a lion ramp, arg Robert de Monhaut. (Richard de Wikes. F. sed qucere.) 
Az. a lion ramp. arg. a label gu. (Anon.) F. 391. 
Az. crusilly a lion ramp. arg. Richard de Kinardsleie. 
Az. a lion ramp. arg. debraised of a bend gu. Roger de Welonde. 
Azure a lion ramp, barry arg. and gu. crowned or. Le County de Rige. 



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BEAST. Lion — continued. 

Azure a lion ramp, checquy arg. and gu. Eichard de Wikes. 

Azure a lion ramp. or. Joan de Neville. (Hue de Neville.) 

Azure crusilly a lion ramp. or. William de Breus. 

Azure billettee a lion (ramp.) or. Le Contee D'Eu. 

Azure a lion ramp, double-tailed or. Robert de Stepeltone, 

BaiTy arg. and az. a lion ramp. gu. S' Geffrey Lisenian. 

Bany arg. and az. a lion ramp. gu. crowned or. Le Countee de Luxemburg. 

Barry arg. and gu. a lion ramp. sa. debruised of a bend or. Henri Perpund. 

Erm. a lion ramp. gu. J. de Estengreve. 

Gules a lion ramp. arg. Roger (Robert) de Mowbray. (Le Countee Patrick.) (Ingram de Merk.) 

(William de Merc.) 
Gules a lion ramp. arg. a bord. engr. or. Joan de Merc. 

Gules a lion ramp, double-tailed arg. Le Counte de Mounford. Counte de Leycestre. 
Gules a lion ramp, double-tailed arg. a label az. Phillip de Montfort. 
Gules crusilly a lion ramp. arg. Joan de la Warre. 
Gules a lion ramp. erm. William de Nereford. 
Gules a lion ramp, double-tailed erm. Adam de Brintone. 
Gules a lion ramp. or. C. de Arondel. 

Gules a leopard ramp, queue fourchee or. Le Countee de Musoin. 
Gules a lion ramp. vair. Adam de Bevergham. 
Gules a lion ramp, vair crowned or. ... Everingham. 
Or a lion ramp. az. Conte de L'isle. (Le Conte de Roussy.) 
Or a lion ramp. az. a lab. gu. John de Monhault. 
Or a lion ramp. gu. Grififid ap Wenunwyn. Jevan ap Griffit. 
Or a lion ramp. sa. Le Contee de Flandres. Renaud de Clivedone (Clivedouer?). 
Or crusilly a lion ramp. sa. Randulf d'Ardam. 
Or a lion ramp. vert. Richard de Poltimore. Robert Bertram. 
Per fess gules and az. a lion ramp. arg. Humfray Hastyng. 
Per fess gules and az. a lion ramp. or. Anon. E. 153. 
Per pale gules and az. a lion ramp, double-tailed arg. Roger le Rus. 
Per pale gules and az. 3 lions ramp. arg. Gile le Bus. 
Per pale gules and az. 3 lions ramp. erm. Philip lefitz Maheu. 

Per pale or and vert a lion ramp. gu. Le Countee de Pembroke. Le Counte Mareschal. 
Per pale or and vert a lion ramp. gu. debruised of a baton argent. Raf Bigod. 
Quarterly gules a castle or, with arg. a lion (ramp.) purpure. Le Roy d'Espaigne. 
Sa. a lion ramp. arg. Henri de Penedoke. 

Sa. a lion ramp. arg. gorged with an annulet gu. William le Wastneys. 
Sa. billettee a lion ramp, queue fourchee arg. Amary de Miland. 
Sa. a lion ramp. or. Le Duke de Breban. Nichol le Archer. 
Arg. a lion pass, guard, sa. William de Breus. 
Erm. a lion pass, guard, gu. Ion (Simon ?) de Segre. 
Gu. a lion pass, guard, erm. (? arg. billettee sa.) Robert Brius. 
Gu. a lion pass. or. Hugh Bigot. 
Quarterly or and sa. in the dexter canton a lion pass. gu. William Boyvile. 

Ox. 
Or an ox gules. Le Roy de Denemark. 

BEAST AND IN CHIEF 

Arg. a lion ramp. gu. a chief azure. Le Countee Wandome. 

Az. in dext. chief a lion pass, guard, and 2 5-foils or, one in sin. chief, the other in base. Henri 
Turbervile. 

BEAST WITHIN— 

BORDURE. 

Arg. a lion ramp. gu. crowned or, a bordure sa. bezantee. Counte de Comwaile. 
Arg. a lion ramp. gu. a bordure sa. (bezantee). William Seincler. 

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BEAST, Lion within a bordure — continued. 

Arg. a lion ramp. gu. crowned or, a bordure sa. crusilly of the 3rd. William de Sender. 

Gules a lion ramp. arg. a bordure engr. or. John de Merc. 

Or a lion ramp, within a tressure flory and counter-flory gu. Le Rey d'Escoce. 

Or a lion ramp, a bordure " entire " gules. Le Countee (Soissons 1) 

Or a lion ramp, a bordure indented gules. Le Roy d'Ermeny. 

Or a lion (ramp.) gules collared or, a bord. vert bezantee. Richard Talbott. 

Or a lion ramp, gules a bord. engr. sa. Anon (E. 151.) (Perhaps Pomeroy or de Gaure.) 

Per fess arg. and gu. a lion ramp, a bord. counterchanged. Philip de Cerne. 

2 BEASTS. 

Lions. 
Arg. 2 lions pass, gu, Johan le Strange. 
Arg. 2 lions pass, guard gu. Saunsum ? Foliott ? 
Ai-g. 2 lions pass, guard, or. Robert (de) Barri. 
Az. 2 Hons pass. or. Henri de Herdintone. Percevall de Someri. 
Gu. 2 lions pass. arg. Hamund le Strange. 

Or 6 ravens proper, on a cant. gu. 2 lions pass. arg. Thomas Corbet. 
Arg. 2 chevrons gu. on a canton of the last 2 lions pass, of the first, John de Orbebi. 
Gu. crusilly 2 lions pass. arg. Robert le Strange. 
Gu. 2 lions pass. arg. a bord. engr. or. Roger le Strange. 
Arg. 2 lions pass. gu. John le Strange. 
Gu. 2 lions pass. arg. a lab. az. Robert Springhose. 
Gu. 2 lions pass, guard, arg. Piers da la Mare. 
Gu. 2 lions pass. or. William de Pedwordin. 
Or 2 lions pass. az. Roger de Someri. 
Az. 2 lions pass. or. Percevall de Someri. 
Or 2 lions pass. gu. Brian de Bramtone. 
Or 2 lions pass. gu. a lab. az. Walter de Brumton. 
Or 2 lions pass. gu. surt. a bendlet sa. Joan de Brumton. 

Or 2 lions pass. gu. surt. a bendlet sa. charged with 3 escallops of the field. Baudwin de Brumton. 
Or 2 lions pass, guard., that in chief gules, that in base azure. Geffrai de Abitot. 
Per pale gules and vert 2 lions pass, guard, arg. Geffrai de Abetot. 
Sa. 2 lions pass. arg. crowned or. John de Herunvile. 

2 BEASTS WITHIN— 
Gu. 2 lions pass. arg. within a bord. engr. or. Roger le Strange. 

3 BEASTS. 

Dogs. 
Gu. 3 greyhounds courant arg. William (John) Maleuerer. 
Gu. 3 talbots courant arg. Piers de Kenette. 

Lions. • 

Arg. 3 demi-lions ramp. gu. Henri le Sturmin. 

Barry arg. and az. 3 lions ramp. gu. Rauf de Wodeburh (Wodebire). 
BaiTy arg. and sa. 3 lions ramp. gu. Will. Wodeburh. Anon. F. 272. 

Barry arg. and gu. 3 lions ramp. sa. Wauter Estotevile. ^ 

Gu. 3 lions ramp. arg. Grimbaud Pauncefot. 
Gu. 3 lions ramp, double-tailed arg. Osbem de Auenburi. 
Gu. 3 lions ramp. or. Renaud le FitzPiers. 
Gu. 3 lions ramp, or a lab. arg. Baudwin Coderugge. 
Gu. billettee or 3 lions ramp. arg. Joan de Hond (Bond). 
Gu. billettee 3 lions ramp. or. Joan de Herondi. 
Per pale gules and az. 3 lions ramp. arg. Gile le Rus. 
Per pale gules and az. 3 lions ramp. eim. Philip le fitz Maheu. 
Sa. 3 lions ramp. or. Geffrai Turbervile. 
Az. 3 lions pass. arg. Geffrai (Thomas) de Camvile. 



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BEASTS. 3 Lions — continued. 

Az. 3 lions pass. arg. a lab. gu. William de Camvile, 

Gu. 3 lions pass. arg. John Giffard. 

Gu. 3 lions pass. arg. a label az. Joan Giffard de Bef 

Gu. 3 lions pass, guard, or. Le Eey d'Engleterre. (leopards. C.) 

Gu. 3 lions pass, guard, or, surt. a bend (arg?). Anon. F. 40. 

Gu. 3 lions pass, guard, or, a label az. ( ? of France) C. de Lancaster. 

Or 3 lions pass. gu. John de Seint Yve. 

Or 3 lions pass. sa. Adam de Mongomery. 

Sa. 3 lions pass. or. William de Ardem. 

3 BEASTS WITHIN— 
Arg. 3 lions ramp, within a bord. sa. William de Kirkham (Kirham). 

4 BEASTS. 

Quarterly or and gules, 4 lions statant guard, counterchanged. Llewellin ap Griffith. 
Quarterly or and az. 4 lions statant guard, counterchanged. David ap Griffid. 

6 BEASTS. 

Az. 6 lioncels ramp. or. C. de Salesburi. (William Longspee.) 

Az. 6 lioncels ramp, or, a canton erm. A brother of William Longspee. 

Az. 6 lioncels ramp. arg. Will. (Roger) de Leyburne. 

Az. 6 lioncels ramp. arg. a canton erm. Roger de Schirlonde. 

Gu. 6 lioncels ramp arg. John de Seint Helene. 

Or 6 lioncels ramp. sa. Roger de Leyburne. 

Sa. 6 lioncels ramp, or (gules, obliterated coat, F). William de Seint Martin . 

Sa. 6 lioncels ramp, arg.? William de Etlingge (Eclingges). 

6 BEASTS AND IN CHIEF— 

Az. 6 lions ramp. arg. a cant. erm. Roger de Schirlonde. 
Az. 6 lions ramp, or, a cant. erm. A brother of W. Longspee. 

BEND. 

Arg. a bend az. a label gu. Hugo de Ho vile. 

Arg. a bend sa. a label gu. Henri de Seinper. 

Az. billettee a bend or. Le Countee de Marre. 

Az. crusilly a bend or surmounted of another gu. Richard de Estone. 

Barry of 6 arg. and az. a bend gu. Robert le Grey. 

Barry arg. and az. a bend gu. Henri de Waleis. 

Barry " de un menue burlure," arg. and az. a bend gu. Hugh le Archevesque. 

Barry or and az. a bend erm. Henri de Stanhoue. 

Barry or and az. a bend gu. Henri de Penbrugge. 

Ban*y or and az. a bend gu. Geoffrey de Gaunt. 

Barry vair and gu. a bend or. Thomas de Coucy. 

Checquy arg. and sa. a bend gu. Richard le Brut. 

Checquy az. and or a bend gu. Walter (Reinaud) de Clifford. 

Checquy az. and or a bend gu. charged with 3 lions ramp, argent. Joan de Cliff'ord. 

Checquy or and az. a/ess. gu. Roger (Robert) de Clifford. 

Checquy or and az. on a/ess gu. 3 b-foils pierced arg. Roger de Clifford lejitz. 

Gules a bend arg. Ffoliot. 

Gules crusilly a bend arg. Sir de Howart; Seer d' Huntingfield. 

Gules a bend or. Le Countee de Chalun. 

Lozengy arg. and gu. a bend az. Richard de la Rokele. 

Or a bend az. a label gules. Regnald de Try. 

Or a bend compony arg. and az. Seigneur de Bilbutia de Try. 

Paly of 10 arg. and sa a bend gu. Roger de Burthulle. 

Paly of 6 or and az. a bend gu. William de Sherley. 



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BEND. 'B^.'^jy— continued. 

Paly of 10 or and az. a bend gu. Henri de Solers. 

Paly of 6 or (? az,) and purp. (? vert) a bend vairy or and sa. Henri le Nelsun. 
Per chief az. and arg. a bend of Jive fusils gules. Pain de Gammage. 
Per chief az. and arg. a bend of five fusils gules, a label of the 2nd. Adam de Gammage. 
Per chief az. and arg. a bend of five fusils gules, a label or. Nicol de Gammage. 
Per chief az. and arg. a bend gules. Simon de Cromwell. 

Quarterly arg. with gu. fretty or, surtout a bend sa. Hue le Despenser. Robert de Staundone. 
Quarterly arg. and gu. a bend or. Steuene le Waleis. 
Quarterly arg. and sa. a bend or. Robert de Hoo. 
- Quarterly or and az. a bend gu. Gile de Berkeley. 

Quarterly or and gu. a bend sa. Robert le fitz Roger. Henri de Euer. 

Quarterly or and gu. a bend sa. thereon three escallops arg. Henri de Euer. 

Quarterly or and gu. a bend sa. a lab. arg. C. de Lincoln. 

Quarterly or and gu. a bend of the 2nd. John de Beauchamp de Bedford. (Walter Belechamp.) 

Sa. billettee a bend arg. Baudwin de Boulers. 

Sa. crusilly fitchee a bend or. Henri de Hamnvill. 

Vairy arg. and sa. a bend gu. Joan de Mamcestre. 

Bend engrailed. — Bend fusilly. 

Arg. a bend fusilly gu. Robert Walrond. (John de Grey, E.) 

Arg. a bend engr. gu. a label azure. Lancelot Sein Mark. 

Az. a bend fusilly or, William de Birmingham. 

Erm. a bend fusilly gu. Alain Plokenett. 

Gu, a bend fusilly or. John le Marescall. 

Gu. a bend fusilly or, a lab. arg. John de Braibef (Chraicheth). 

Or a bend fusilly az. Richard Fukeram. 

Or a bend fusilly gu. Anon. E. 530. 

Sa. crusilly a bend fusilly or. Robert de Witefeld. 

Vair a bend fusUly gu. Brian de Gouuis. 

1 BEND between or within — 
Beasts, 
Az, a bend between 2 lioncels ramp. or. Le Contee de Bologne. 
Gu. a bend between 2 lioncels ramp, or. Le Countee de Kibure. 

AND COTISES. 

Az, a bend arg, between 2 cotises and 6 lioncels ramp. or. C. de Hereford. 

Az. a bend between 2 cotises arg. and 6 lioncels ramp. or. Joan de Boun. 

Az. on a bend, between 2 cotises and 6 lioncels ramp, or 3 escallops gu. Gilebert de Boun. 

Az. a bend gules {sic) between 2 cotises and 6 lioncels ramp. or. Henri de Boun. 

Cotises. 
Az. a bend arg. between 2 cotises or diapered. Le Countee de Champanie. 
Checquy gu. and arg. a bend az. cotised of the 2nd. Fuco de — (F. 297.) 
Gu. a bend argent cotised or. Le Countee de Guerd, 

Birds, 
Arg. a bend between 6 martlets gu, Gerard (Walter) de Fumivall. 
Or a bend between 6 martlets gu. Thomas Fumivall, 
Arg. on a bend between 6 martlets gu. 3 escallops or. Anon. E. 461. 
Az. a bend between 6 martlets or, Robert de Munteny. 
Az, a bend between 6 martlets or, a label gu. Ernaud de Munteni. 

Az. a bend or surmounted of another arg, between 6 martlets of the 2nd. ^imon de la Bere. 
Az, a bend engr, between 6 martlets or. Pers Picot, (Bigod E.) 
Sa, a bend between 6 martlets arg, Henri de Somri. 

Escallops, 
Az, a bend between 6 escallops or. John Daniell. 
Arg. a bend engr. gu. between 6 escallops az. Eschelard de MoneyroUe. 



comprised in Bolls C, JP, and JE. 83 

BEND. On 1 BEND. 

Beasts. 
Checquy or and az. on a bend gules 3 lions ramp. arg. Joan de Clifford. 

Birds. 
Arg. on a bend gu, 3 eagles displ. or. William Graboni. 
Or on a bend gu. 3 eaglets displ. arg. Le Duk de Loraine. 
Quarterly arg. and gu. on a bend sa. 3 eagles displ. or. Hue le Blunt. 

Chevrons. 
Erni. on a bend gu. 3 chevr. or. Eoger (Henri) de Bruili. 

Escallops. 
Barry of 6 or and az. on a bend gu. 3 escall. arg. Eaf de Lingeine. 
BaiTy arg. and gu. on a bend az. 3 escall. or. Walter de Molecastre. 
Gu. on a bend arg. 3 escall. vert. Thomas de Sein Martin. 
Gu. billettee on a bend arg. 3 escall. vert, (azure ?). Anon E. 459. 
Or on a bend az. 3 escall. of tbe first. Walter de Euerley. 
Paly of 6 arg. and az. on a bend gu. 3 escall. or. S. de Graunson. 
Quarterly or and gu. on a bend. sa. 3 escall. arg. Henri de Eure. 
Vert, on a bend arg. 3 escall. gu. Hervei de Houn. 

Fermaux. 
Arg. on a bend sa. 3 fermaux or. John de Wanton. 

Lozenges. 
Or on a bend gu. 3 lozenges vair. Tebaud de Belhus. 

On 1 BEND between — 

Arg. on a bend betw. 6 martlets gti. 3 escallops or. Anon. E. 461. 

Arg. on a bend betw. 2 cotises and 6 lioncels ramp, or, 3 escallops gu. Gilebert de Boun. 

2 BENDS. 
Arg. 2 bends az. Eaf le Boteler. 

Gu. 2 bends or. Alun Frere. 
Or 2 bends gu. John de Suley. 

2 BENDS between — 
Or 2 bends between 9 escallops 3, 3, 3 gules. William Trasi. 

3 BENDS. 
Arg. 3 bends gu. a lab. az. James de Birune. 

Gu. 3 bends or. Eobert de Greleie. . 

Gu. 3 bends indented or. Hamo Hauteyn. {See F. 181.) 
Or 3 bends gu. a lab. az. Henri Haket. 

4 BENDS. 5 BENDS (probably Bendy). 
Or 4 bends az. a lab. gu. (Eobert) de Munford. 
Or 5 bends gu. Eichard Tbalebott. 

BENDY. 

Bendy of 10 or and az. Pers de Monfort. 
Bendy of 10 or and az. a lab. gu Eobert de Munford. 
Bendy or and az. a bordure gu. Le Duk de Burgoine. 
Bendy of 6 or and az. a canton erm. Hue le fitz Hostes. 
Bendy of 10 or and az. a canton gu. Henri de Estokes. 

BILLETTEE. 

Gu. billettee or. Piers de Covdray. 

Or billettee gu. Will, de Ooleuile. 

Or billettee sa. a lable gu. (fretty of tbe 2nd ?). Edmund Gasseliu. 

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84 An Alphabetical Ordinary/ of all the Coats 

BIED. 
Eagle. 
Arg. an eagle displ. gu. De Godemontone. 
Arg. an eagle vair. Le Conte Monioye. 
Az. an eagle displ. arg. John de Hulle. 
Az. an eagle displ. or. Walter de Sarnesfeld. 
Gu. an eagle arg. Le County de Joeny. 
Gu. an eagle displ. or. Le Counte de Vian. 
Or an eagle gu. a bord. vair. Le Countee de Friburc. 
Or an eagle displ. sa. Le Roy d'Almaine. 
Or an eagle, 2-headed, displ. sa. L'Empereur de Almaine. 
Or an eagle sa. on bis breast a cresc. arg. Le Duk de Pouland. 
Sa. an eagle displ. arg. William de Demeford. 

Heron. 
Gu. crusilly or a heron statant arg. W. Herun. 
Az. 3 herons stat. arg. Joan Herun. 

2 BIRDS. 
Ravens. 

Or 2 ravens proper. Piers Corbet. 

Or 6 ravens proper on a canton gu. 2 lions pass, guard, arg. Thomas Corbet. 

3 BIRDS. 

Cocks. 
Gu. 3 cocks arg. Henri de Kokinton. 

Gu. crusilly 3 cocks arg. Kokerell. 

Or a cross between 4 cocks gu. Kokerell. 

Eagles. 
Az. 3 eagles displ. arg. Adam de Neufwentone. 
Az. 3 eagles displ. or. Walter de Rakelond (Biblesworth). 
Gu. 3 eagles displ. arg. John de Chaunseus. 
Gu. 3 eagles displ. arg. a lab. az. Henri de Hereford. 
Gu. 3 eagles displ. or. Raf de Limesi. 
Or 3 eagles displ. sa. Rauf de Kirketone. 
Sa. 3 eagles displ. arg. William de Barantine. 
Sa. 3 eagles displ. or. Emeri de Chanseus. 

Herons. 
Az. 3 herons stat. arg. Joan Herun. 
Gu. crusilly or a heron stat. arg. W. Heron. 

Martlets. 
Arg. 3 birds (martlets ?) gu. Paycur ? 

6 BIRDS. 

Eagles. 
Arg. 6 eagles displ. sa. Richard Thani. 

Martlets. 
Az. 6 martlets or. John le Moine. H. Appelbi. 
Barry arg. and az. an orle of martlets gu. Counte de Pembrok. 
BaiTy arg. and gu. an orle of martlets sable. Pateric de Chaurs. 
Arg. six bars gules an orle of martlets vert. Patric de Chaurs. 
Barry arg. and gules an orle of martlets az. (sable?) Pain de Chaurs. 
Sa. an orle of martlets arg. ? Godfrey de Beumund. 
Sa. 6 martlets or, Godfrai de Be . . . 

6 BIRDS AND IN CHIEF 

Or 6 ravens proper, on a cant. gu. 2 lions pass, guard, arg. Thomas Corbet. 



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BIRDBOLTS. 
Arg. 3 birdbolts in pale gu. armed sa. Raf Bozun. 

BORDURE. 

Arg. a bord. gu. entoyre of horseshoes or nailed sa. William de Mimgomery. 

Barry argent and az. a bord. gu. Le Countee Dammartin de Beleigne. 

Ban-y of 6 or ? and az. a bord. gu. C. Alissander. 

Checquy or and az. a bord. gu. Thomas Mauduit. Le Countee de Abrenes (? Dreux). 

Quarterly or and gu. a bord. vair. John (Richard) le fiz John. 

Quarterly or and gu. a bord. " indented arg. and az." John le Fitz John. C. 

Vairy or and gu. a bord. az. William de Ferrers. 

Vairy or and gu. a bord. az. entoyre of horseshoes arg. nailed sa. William de Ferrers. 

Vairy gu. and or a bordure az. Gilbert Talebott. 

BOURDON (Pilgrim's Staff). 
Arg. 3 bourdons in pile gu. William Bordon. 

BRAYS (Hempbrakes, Barnacles). 
Az. 3 brays (" bresses" C.) or, on a chief erm. a demi-lion gu. Geffrey (de) Genevile. 

BUCKLES {see FERMAUX). 

CANTON. 

Az. billettee or a cant. erm. Geraud de Fanecurt. 
Gu. billettee or a cant. erm. Anon. E. 382. 

Barry undee of 6 arg. and sa. a cant. gu. H Bassett. 

Checquy or. and az. a cant. erm. all within a bordure gules. Le Conte de Bretaigne. 
Lozengy gu. and vair a cant or (thereon a mullet pierced sa. E.) Aunsel de Gise. 
Paly of 6 or and az. a cant. erm. John de Clinton. 
Paly of 6 or and az. a fess erm. Yve or Hue de Clintone. 
Sa. semee of plates a fess erm. Henri Musdel (Mustell). 

Sa. billettee or a canton erm. Joan de S . 

Vair a cant. gu. John Filel. 

Vairy arg. and sa. a canton gu. Helie de Stauntone. 

On a CANTON. 

Az. billettee on a canton or a raven ppr. Robert Blundell. 
Gu. bezantee on a canton arg. a 5-foil pierced sa. Thomas Boterel. 
Lozengy gu. and vair on a cant, or a mullet pierced sa. Auncel de Gise. 
Paly or and gu. on a canton arg. a cross patee sa. Rauflf Bassett? 
Paly or and gu. on a canton az. a rowel arg. Gauter Bertram. 

CARBUNCLE. 

Gu. a carbuncle or. Le Roy de Navarre. 

Gu. an orle arg. surt. a carbuncle of 8 rays or. Counte de Cliffe de Alemain. 

Chi. an escocheon arg. a carbuncle flory or. Le Countee de Cleve. 

CASTLE. 

•Quarterly 1 and 4, gules a castle or : 2 and 3 arg. a lion purpure. Le Roy d'Espaigne. 
Gu. semee of towers or, a label az. Le Roy de Portagall. 
France, ancient, impaling the last coat. Le Countee de Poiteres. 

CHAPLETS. 
Barry arg. and az. 3 chaplets of roses gu. Raf le Fitz William. (William le Fitz Raf.) 

CHECQUY. 
Checquy arg. and gu. Joan (Robert C.) de Vaux. 
Checquy az. and or. Counte de Waren. 
Checquy or and gu. Hubert de Maltone (Moletone). 



86 An Alphabetical Ordinary of all the Coats 

CHESS-ROOKS. 

Erm. 3 chess-rooks gu. "William de Hondeshacre. 
Gu. 3 chess-rooks erm. Simon le fitz Simon. 

CHEVRON. 

Arg. a chevron sa. Robert de Wilebi. 

Az. a chevron erm. Joan de Lowbroke. (Lodbroke.) 

Az. a chevron or. Joan d'Abernun. 

Az. crusilly a chev. or. Rauf de Bakepuz. 

Az. crusilly or a/ess vairy of the 2nd and gu. John de Bakepuz (Hakerus). 

Barry of 6 arg. and az. counterchanged per pale, a chev. gu. Simon de Stodham. 

Barry arg. and az. a chev. gu. Bartholomew de la More. 

Checquy or and az. a chev. erm. Le Countee de Warwic. ( . . . Warr(wick.) F.) 

Checquy or and az. a chevr. gu. de Erdern. 

Gu (crusilly) a chevr. arg. Thomas de Berkeley. 

Gu. crusilly a chevi'. or. Philip de Kime. 

Gu. a chevr. erm. Gualtier de Gistell. 

Or crusilly a chevr. gu. Richard de Holebroc. 

Per pale arg. and sa. a chevr. counterchanged. W . de Lillebon. 

1 CHEVRON BETWEEN— 

Flowers. 
Arg. a chevr. betw. 3 6-foils pierced gu. Roger de Qlifton. 
Gu. a chevr. betw. 3 pine-cones or. Thomas de Pin. 

Mullets. 
Arg. a chevr. betw. 3 mullets gu. Adam de Cretingges. 
Gu. a chevr. betw, 3 mullets arg. John L'estrunn ? Anon. F. 284. 
Gu. a chevr. betw. 3 spur- rowels arg. Howel ap Res. 

Roundels. 
Arg. a chevr. az. betw. 3 torteaux. Andreu de Bascreuile. 
Arg. a chevr. gu. betw. 3 torteaux. John de Baskervile. 
Arg. a chevr. gu. betw. 3 hurts. Walter de Baskeruile. 

On 1 CHEVRON. 

Or on a chevr. gu. 3 plates. Le Baron de Stafford. 

Or on a chevr. gu. 3 plates, a lab. az. Robert de Stafford. 

Vairy (checquy, E.) or and gu. on a chevr. az. 3 horseshoes arg. Renaud de Botereus. 

1 CHEVRON AND IN CHIEF— 

Erm. a chevr. gu. on a chief of the last 3 escallops or. Simon (de) Crombe. 

2 CHEVRONS. 
Arg. 2 chevr. az. William Bagod. 
Arg. 2 chevr gu. Robert de Grendone. 
Arg. 2 chevr. gu. a label vert liorenz de Seinmer. 
Erm. 2 chevr. gu. a label vert. Rauf de Seinmer, 

Ei-m. 2 chevr. gu. a label az. (perhaps vert, fleur-de-lise or.) Nicholas de Seint Maure. 
Arg. 2 chevr. sa. Milo de Lambume. 
Az. 2 chevr. or. Anon. E. 90. 
Gu. 2 chevr. arg. a label of France. Edmund de Waldeseuf. 

2 CHEVRONS within— 
2 chevr. within a bordure or. Thomas de Charneles. 

2 CHEVRONS and in chief— 

Arg. 2 chevr. gu. on a cant, of the last 2 lions pass, of the 1st John de Orbebi. 

Arg. 2 chevr. a quarter gu Roger de Wapail. 

Or 2 chevr. a quarter gu. Bertram d'Ore . . . Orlanston. (Cryoll. de Criell ?) 



comprised in Rolls C, F, and B. 87 

CHEVRON. 3 CHEVRONS. 

Arg. 3 chevrons sa. a lab. gu. Geffrai le Arcedekin. 
Arg. 3 chevrons sable bezantee. Thomas le Archedekin. 
Az. 3 chevrons arg. Thomas de la Leie. 
Erm. 3 chevrons gu. Roger le Pertevin ? 
Or 3 chevrons gu. Counte de Glocester. 
Or 3 chevrons gu. a label az. Thomas de Clare 
Or a fess between 2 chevrons gu. Robert le Fitz Walter. 

Or 3 chevrons gu. surt. a fess az. (arg. C.) John de Monemue (Monmouth). 
. Or 3 chevrons gu. within a bord. engrailed (indented C) az. Joan (W.) de Breus. 
Or 3 chevrons gu. a chief vair. Hereberd de Seint Quintin. 

Chevronnee. 
Chevronnee or and sa. Le Counte de Henaud. 

CHIEF. 

Arg. a chief, az. a label gu. Rog"^ de Lokintone. 

Arg, a chief az. surt. a bend of fusils gu. Pain de Gammage. 

Arg. a chief az. surt. a bend of fusils gu. surcharged with a label of the 1st. Adam de Gammage. 

Arg. a chief az. surt. a bend of fusils gu. surcharged with a label or. Nicol de Gammage. 

Arg. a chief az. surt. a bend gu. Simon de Cromwell. 

Arg. a chief gu. Pers de Campaine. 

Arg. a chief dancettee gu. Raf de Brome. 

Az. fretty a chief or. Hue le fitz Henry. 

Az. semee de fleurs de lis or, a chief paly arg. and gu. Henry de Barnam. 

Az. semee de fleurs de lis gu. surtout a lion ramp. arg. Humfrai Hasteng (? per fess gu. and ar.) 

Checquy or and gu. a chief enn. Robert de Ateshalle. Raffe Tateshalle C. 

Emi. a chief gu. Narburgh ? Mo. . . . de Moriton. 

Erm. a chief indented gu. Walter de Eingrove. 

Erm. a chief gu. fretty or. Henri de Ribeford. 

Fretty arg. and az. a chief or. William de Seintleger. 

Gu. a chief arg. (or?) Anon. F. 100. 

Gu. fretty or, a chief eimine. William Mailott. 

Or a chief azure. Anon. E. 126. 

Or a chief indented az. Tebaut le Boteler. 

Or a chief sa. Le Countee de Colestein. 

Paly vair and gules a chief or. Le Contee de Blois. 

Paly vair and gules a chief or, a lab. az. Le Contee de S. PauUe. 

Paly vair and gu. on a chief or, afieur de lis sa. Robert de Basoches. 

Vair a chief gu. Rauf le Fitzroger. William de Estokes. 

Vair a chief or, surt. a bend gu. Robert de Shirebrok. ( Hoggeshawe.) 

On a chief. 

Annulets. 
Or, on a chief ind. az. 3 annulets arg. Robert de Hereford. 

Beasts. 
Gu. on a chief arg. a lion pass of the first. Laurens de Broc. 
Erm. on a chief az. 3 lions ramp. or. Henri Aucher. 
Or on a chief az. 3 lions ramp. arg. Nicol de Menne. 
Or on a chief az. 3 lions ramp, of the first. Joan . . . (Lisley). 

Chevron. 
Or on a chief gu. a chevr. arg. Le Counte de la Petitpiere. 

Cross. 
Vair on a chief gu. a cross patonce arg. Rauf le fitz Barnard. 

Escallops. 
^rg. on a chief gu. 3 escallops or. Piers de Brentone. 





88 An Alphabetical Ordinary of all the Coats 

CHIEF. On a CBIEY— continued. 

Flower. . 
Paly vair and gu. on a chief or a fl. de lis sa. Rob. de Basseger (Basoches). 

Leaves. 
Checquy arg. and sa. on a chief or 3 elm-leaves slipped vert. Adam de Elmerugge. 

Mullets. 
Arg. on a chief az. 2 mullets or. Joan de Clintone. 
Arg. on a chief gu. 2 mullets or. S'' Seint John. Joan de St. Joan. 
Erm. on a chief gu. 2 mullets or. Richard Sein Joan. 
Vair on a chief gu. 2 mullets or. Raf le fitz (Bernard ?) 
Erm. on a chief gu. 3 mullets sa. Richard de Hautot. 
Erm. on a chief indented gu. 3 mullets or. Auncel Basset. 

Roundels. 
Or on a chief gu. 3 plates. (Raffe) de Camois. 
Or fretty sa. on a chief of the 2nd 3 bezants. Almaric de St. Amand 

CLARIONS. 
3 clarions gu. Richard de Grevill. 

CRESCENT. 
Az. bUlettee a cresc. or, Joan de Domare. 
Checquy or and az. a cresc. gu. Richard de Creppinges. 

3 Crescents. 
Arg. 3 cresc. gu. Robt. Boutvilain F, and so in Roll Edw. 2. William Wither. 
Arg. a/ess betw. 3 cresc. gu. Robert Boutvilain E, but quaere. 
Arg. 3 cresc. sa. Richard de Heselington. 
Az, crusilly 3 cresc. arg. Glanville sive Ekont. 
Az. (crusilly F.) 3 cresc. or Hue Saunsaver, 
Az. 3 cresc. or, a lab. gu. Will, de Rie, perhaps Ryther. 
Gu 3 cresc. erm. Robert de Friuile. 
Or 3 cresc. gu. John de WodhulL 

Or 3 cresc gu. each charged with a mullet pierced arg. Henri de Lunchamp (de Thaine.) 
Sa. 3 cresc. or. Fraunc de Bonn. Fuco de (Joir?) 

6 Crescents. 
Sa. crusilly arg. 6 cresc. or. Adam de Blare. 

CROOK. 
Az. 3 crooks or. Piers Crok. 

CROSS. 

Arg. a cross gu. a label of France. John de Reveshall. 

Arg. a cross patonce gu. Philip de Colevill. 

Ei'm. a cross patonce gu. Anon 563 E. 

Arg. a cross sable fretty or. Michel de Opshale. 

Arg. a cross, an orle of martlets sa. Le Sire de Segni. 

Az. a cross arg. fretty gu. William de Stephewe(Sepheie). 

Az. a cross or. Henri de Hercy. 

Az. a cross fleury or. Reinaud de Paueli. 

Az. a cross " recercelee " or. Edward de Paueli. 

Az. a cross counter-compony arg. and gu. Eustace de Witeneye. 

Enn. a cross patonce gu. Anon E. 563. 

Erm. a cross gu. surm. of another argent (but meant for a cross voided ?). Raf de Hoteringesdene. 

Gu. a cross arg. Steven de Pencestre. 

Gu. semee de lis or, a cross arg. Henri de Cobbeham. 

Gu. a cross erm. Robert de Cobbeham. 

Gu. a cross moline arg. Ion Beck. 

Gu. a cross formee arg. Le auntient del Hospitall. 



comprised in Rolls C, F, and E, 89 

CROSS. CRO^^— continued. 

Gu. a cross patonce or a lab. az. John le Latimer. 
Gu. a cross patonce (patee C) vair. Counte de Aubemarle. 

Or a cross azure. Joan de Bonn. x 

Or a cross gu. Counte de Northfolk. 
Or on a cross gu. 5 escallops arg. Ion Bigod. 
Or a cross voided gu. Robert de Crevequer. 

Erm. a cross voided gu. (possibly a cross gu. surmd. of another arg.) Raf de Hoteringesdene. 
Or a cross lozengy vair and gules. Baudwin Friuile. 

Or a cross patonce lozengy vair and gu. Frivile. E. 583. 

Or a saltire lozengy vair and gu. Alexander Friuile. 

Vair a cross ^^ passant" gu. Baudwin de Frevile. 

Or a cross sa. John de Vessi. 

Or a cross sa. a lab. gu. William de Vessi. 

Per fess arg. and gu. a cross moline counterchanged. Maheu de Columbers. 

Quai-terly arg. and gu. a cross passant of the 2nd. Walter de Burg. 

Quarterly? vert and or, a cross "recercelee" gu. a lab. sable. Hugo de Baucoy " le Labyn."? 

Quarterly gu. and or, in dext. cant, a cross patonce arg. Middelton. 

Sa. a cross or. Robert Hovel. 

Sa. a cross patonce arg. William de Bourt. 

Sa. a cross fleurett^e arg. Richard Syward. 

Vair a cross " passant" gules. Baudwin de Frevile. 

Vert bezantee a. cross "passant" or. Le Roy de Cypre. 

CROSS ENGRAILED. 

Arg. a cross engr. gu. Jehan de Gumey, Joan le Fitz Henry. (Andrew le Raat. John de la Linde.) 

Arg. a cross engr. sa, Baudwin de Mar . . {qucere Marines or Maners?). 

Az. a cross engr. or. Nicholas de Charneles. 

Gu. a cross engr. or. Simon de Creye. 

Or a cross engr. gu. Thomas de Marines. 

Or a cross fusilly sable. Robert Giffarde (? Ufford). 

Sa. a cross engr. or. Robert de Oflford. 

Az. on a cross engr. or 5 escallops gu. Joan d'Offord. 

Sa. a cross engr. between 2 escallops in dexter and sin. chief or. John de Ufford. 

CROSS BETWEEN OR WITHIN 

Arg. a cross gu. betw. 4 lions ramp. az. Henry de Cheverouse. 

Az. a cross betw. 4 lions ramp. or. John Dakeny. 

Az. a cross betw. 4 lions rampant arg. John Akennion ? 

Gu. a cross or betw. 4 eag. displ. arg. Owen ap Griffid. 

Or powdered with eaglets az. a cross gu. Joan de Montmorency. 

Or a cross betw. 4 cocks gu. Kokerell. 

Or a cross betw. 4 martlets gu. John Traily. 

Gu, a cross patee pierced arg. within a bord. or. Le Countee de Tholosa. 
Sa, a cross engr. betw. 2 escallops in dext. and sin. chief or. Joan de Ufford. 
Sa, a cross engr. or betw, 2 escallops in dext, and sin. chief or, ■ Simon Waddone. 
Gu, crusilly a cross "passant" or betw. 4 bezants each charged with a croslet. Lemperenr de Con- 
stantinople. 

On 1 CROSS. 

Birds. 
Or on a cross sa. 5 eagles displ, arg, Nicol Ablin (St. Aubin ?). 
Erm. on a cross gu. 5 martlets or. Robert de Stotot, 

Escallops. 
Arg, on a cross az, 5 escall, or(? arg,) Henri de Mortimer (Foxcote). 
Arg, on a cross az, 5 escall, or, William de Mortimer. 
Az. on a cross or 5 escall. gu. Rondulf de Acre. 



90 An Alphabetical Ordinary of all the Coats 

On 1 CEOSS. Escallops — continued. 

Az. on a cross arg. 5 escall. gu. H. D'Acre. 

Or on a cross gu. 5 escall. arg. Jon Bigod. 

Or on a cross sa. 5 escall. arg. (Orkablin?) (?Seint Aubin.) 

Fleurs de lis. 
Arg. on a cross az. 5 fl. de lis or. Eaf de Arras. 

Roundels. 
Gu. on a cross arg. 5 torteaux. William le Seneschal. 
Or on a cross sa. 5 bezants (? plates). Gilbert de Seint Aubin. 
Or on a cross sa. 5 eagles displ. arg. Nicol Ahlin ? 
Or on a cross sa. 5 escallops arg. Orkablin ? 

On a CEOSS engrailed. 
Escallops. 
Az. on a cross engr. or 5 escallops gu. Joan d'Ofibrd. 

CEOSS AND IN CHIEF. 

Ai-g. a cross " passant " gules a chief sa. Le auntient de Temple. 

2 CEOSSES ? 
" D'or estenzele a deux (crois ?) passans d' azure." Le Eoy de Hungrey. 

CUPS. 
Gu. 3 covered cups arg. Gile d'Argenteine. 
Sa. 3 covered cups arg. Eichard Filel. 

CUSHIONS. 

Arg. 3 cushions ? gu. Nicol de Wunhale. 
Gu. 3 cushions ? arg. Le Baron de Grestoc. 

ESCALLOPS. 
Gu. 10 escallops arg. Eobert d'Escales. 
Sa. 10 escallops or. Hue de Estcote. 

ESCUCHEON. {See INESCUCHEON.) 

FEEMAUX. 
Arg. 3 fermaux sa. Eobert Malet. 
Az. 3 fermaux or. Walter de Sein John. 
Barry of 6 arg. and az. in chief 3 fermaux gu, Eauf de Cotun. 
Gu. 3 fermaux arg. Thomas Roceline. 

FESS. 

Arg. a fess dancette az. a lab. gu. William le Vavessur. 

Az. a fess or. Paulin de Kerdif. 

Az. a fess between 6 martlets or. Paulin de Kerdiff. 

Azure bUlettee a fess dancettee or. (John) Eincurt. 

Gu. billettee a fess dancettee or. Raf de Eincurt. 

Az. crusilly a fess or. Thomas de Seyntomer. 

Az. crusilly or a fess arg. Nicol de Haversham. 

Az. crusilly or a fess vairy of the 2nd and gu. John de Bakepuz (Hakerus). 

Checquy or and az. a fess gules. Eoger (Eobert C.) de Clifford. {See checquy a BEND.) 

Checquy or and az. a fess gules fretty arg. Eobert de Cheney. 

Checquy or and gu. a fess erm. Pain (Eichard) Turbervile. 

Checquy or and gu. a fess az. Joan le Sor. 

Erm. a fess bendy or and az. William de Moreres. 

Gules a fess arg. Le Duk de Austrech. Eobert de Mezi. 

Gules a fess a label arg. William de Anstre. 



comprised in Rolls C, F, and E. 91 

FESS. FESS— confmued 

Gules crusilly a fess arg. "Walter de Kokesey. 

Gules billettee or a fess arg. Maheu de Lovaine. 

Gules billettee a fess dancettee or. Eaf de Eincurt. 

Az. billettee a fess dancettee or. John Eincurt. 

Gu. bezantee a fess erm. Roger le Souch (Alain de la Souch.) 

Gu billettee arg. a fess countei'compony or and az. John de la Lee. 

Gu. crusilly arg. a fess countercompony arg. and az. Rauf le Boteler. 

Gu. crusilly arg. a fess countercompony or and sa. William le Boteler. 

Gu. a fess a label or. William MaQ . . 1. 

Gu. a fess or, a label arg. William de Seint Marcyl (Saute Mareis). 

Gu. a fess or, a label az. James de Beauchamp. 

Gu. billettee a fess or, John de Beauchamp. 

Gu. a fess (between 6 croslets F.) or. William (Walter de) Beauchamp. 

Gu. a fess (between 6 martlets) or. Walter de Beauchamp. 

Gules a fess sable (^sic). Henri le Waleis. 

Gules crusilly or, a fess vair. Henri de Raley (Roleie). 

Or a fess countercompony gu. and az. Henri de F. 363. 

Or a fess gu. Walter de Colvile. Richard Solers (de Soleys). Rauf d'Obehalle. 

Paly of 6 or and az. a fess erm. Hue de Clintone. 

Paly of 6 or and az. a canton erm. John de Clintone. 

Paly of 6 or and az. a canton gu. Biu-hhulle. 

Per pale arg. and sa. a fess counterchanged. Edmund de M . . . seles. 

Sa. a fess or. Nicol d'Arci. 

Vair a fess gu. William (Philip F. and C.) Marmiun. 

Vair a fess gu. fretty or. Philip Marmiun. 

Vert, a fess or. Anon. F. 173. 

FESS ENGRAILED (fusils conjoined in fess). 

Arg. a fess engr. gu. a label sa. William de Chaveyn (Chauvigny). 

Az. 5 fusils in fess arg. Walter de Perci. 

Az. 5 fusils in fess arg. a lab. gu. Will, de Ancrene (Autreve ?). 

Az. a fess engr. or. Henri de Perci. 

Or 5 fusils in fess sa. Robert de Perci. 

Gu. a fess engr. arg. Rauf de Aubeni. 

Gu. 5 fusils in fess arg. surt. a bend az. William d' Aubeni. 

Gu. a fess engr. arg. and in chief 3 escallops or. Rauf d' Aubeni. 

Gu. 5 fusils in fess or. Adam de Newmarch. 

Gu. 5 fusils in fess eim. Anon. E. 135. 

Gu. 5 fusils in fess erm. a lab. az. Piers de Chaluns. 

Gu. (crusilly or?) 5 fusils in fess erm. Geffrai de Dinaunt. 

Or 5 fusils in fess gu. Henri de Pinkeni. 

fess between or within 

Bars. 
Arg. a fess betw. 2 bars gemels gu. Gonselin de Badelesmere. 
Erm. a fess betw. 2 bars gemels gu. Eaf de Badlesmere. 

Birds. 
Arg. a fess betw. 6 martlets sa. William le Waleis. 
Az. a fess betw. 6 martlets oi*. Paulin de Kerdif. (Sans martlets E.) 
Gu. a fess betw. 6 martlets or. Walter de Beauchamp. 
Arg. a fess gu. betw. 3 popinjays vert. Marmaduc de Tweng. 
Gu. a fess betw. 3 popinjays arg. Johan le fitz Marmaduc. 

Chevrons. 
Arg. a fess betw. 2 chevr. gu. Hamund Pecche. 
Arg. a fess betw. 2 chevr. sa. William Pecche. 

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92 An Alphabetical Ordinal^ of all the Coats 

I'^ESS. FESS BETWEEK OR WITHIN — Continued. 

Chevrons. 

Or a fess betw. 2 chevr. gu. Robert le FitzWater. 

Or a fess betw. 2 chevr. sa. Robert de L'isle. 

Per pale gu. and az. a fess betw. 2 chevr. arg. Robert de Bretone. 

Crescents. 
Arg. a fess betw. 3 crescents gu. William Innper. (Robert Boutvilain. Wither.) 
Arg. a fess sable betw. 3 crescents gu. John de PateshuUe. 

Crosslets. 
Gu. a fess betw. 6 crosslets or. (William de) Beauchamp. 

Escallops. 
Gu a fess betw. 3 escallops arg. Roger Pikard de Staunton. 
Gu. a fess betw. 6 escallops arg. Piers de Saij Cerlis. 

Fermaux. 
Or a fess gu. betw. 3 fermaux az. Roger de Bradeley. 

Flowers. 
Arg. a fess betw. 3 fl. de lis gu. John de Gaytone. 
Or a fess vert betw. 3 5-foils pierced gu. Ion de Olgeton. 
Or 3 5-foils pierced gu. Joan de Okinton. 

Mullets. 
Arg. a fess betw. 3 mullets sa. William Sarcilun. 
Gu. a fess or betw. 3 mullets arg. John de Pordone ? 

FESS AND IN chief — 

Annulets. 
Gu. a fess, in chief 3 annulets arg. Roger Tirel. 

Birds. 
Or a fess, in chief 3 martlets gu. Adam de Lacy. 

" Danse." 
Gules a fess, in chief a danse or. Geffrey de Mergines. 

Escallops. 
Gu. 5 fusils in fess arg. in chief 3 escallops or. Rauf d'Aubeni. 

Flowers. 
Or a fess gu. in chief 3 5-foils pierced gu. de Buterley. 

Hammers. 
Arg. a fess, in chief 3 hammers ? gules. Francis le Tyeys. 

Mascles 
Gu. a fess, in chief 3 mascles arg. William Kigeho. 

Mullets. 
Arg. a fess in dexter chief a mullet gu. Hue de Odingeslesse. 
Arg. a fess in chief 2 mullets gu. William de Oddingueseles. 

Arg. on a fess gu. 3 escallops, in chief 2 mullets of the second. Nicol d^ Oddingeseles. 
Arg. a fess in chief 2 mullets sa. William Samsun. 
Gu. a fess in chief 2 mullets arg. Richard de Poze. 
Gu. a fess arg. in chief 2 mullets or. William de Braci. 
Gu. a fess arg. in chief 2 mullets or. a lab. az. Robert de Braci. 

Pallets. 
Or a fess az. in chief 3 pallets gu. Walter de Faucunberge. 

Roundels. 
Arg. a fess gu. in chief 3 torteaux. Walter de Euereux (John Wake, F. but in error ?). 
Gu. a fess arg. in chief 3 plates. William de Euereux. 
Or a fess arg. in chief 3 plates. Steuen (Roger) de Buterley. 



comprised in Rolls C, F, and E. 93 

FESS. FESS AND IN CHIEF — continued. 

Or a/ess arg. in chiefs h -foils pierced gu. de Buterley. 

Arg. a fess sa. in chief 3 pellets. Walter de Langelei. 

On a FESS. 
Beasts. 
Checquy or and az. on a fess gu, 3 lions ramp. arg. Geffray de Picheforde. 
' Erm. on a fess az. 3 lions ramp. arg. William Pessun. 

Birds. 
Vair on a fess gu. 3 martlets or. William le Alemande. 

Escallops. 
Az. on a fess arg. 3 escallops gu. Henri de Haveringges. 

Flowers. 
Checquy or and az. on a fess gu. 3 5-foils pierced arg. Roger de Clifford le fitz. 
Checquy or and az. on a fess gu. 3 roses ( ? fermaux) arg. Hue Denacurt. 

Lozenges. 
Erm. on a fess gu. 3 lozenges or. Eaf de Arderne. 

Mullets. 
Checquy or and az. on a fess gu. 3 mullets arg. Walter de Cayle (Capell). 
Paly of 6 or and az. on a fess gu. 3 mullets arg. Howel ap Meurid'. 

Roundels. 
Or on a fess gu. 3 plates. William de Huntingfield. 
Arg. on a fess sa. 3 bezants. Richard de Cornwaile. 

On a fess between — 

Or a fess gu. betw. four (3 and 1) and charged with 2 11. de lis counterchanged. John d'Eyvile. 
Or a fess gu. betw. six and charged with 3 fl. de lis counterchanged. John de Eynle. 

On a fess and in chief. 

Arg on a fess gu. 3 escallops or, in chief 2 mullets of the 2nd. Nicol d'Oddingeseles. 
Arg. on a fess gu. three bezants in chief 2 mullets or. Richard de Witacre. 

FISH. 

Dolphin. 
Gules a (dolphin ?) embowed arg. Gile Fisshman. 
Gules a dolphin or. Le Counte de Forest. 

Luces. 
Azure crusilly 3 luces hauriant or. Amauri ? de Lucy. t 

Gu. crusilly 3 luces hauriant or. Geffrey de Lucy. 
Azure 3 (fishes) hauriant or. William de Derneford. 

FLOWER. 

5-FoiL. 
Arg. a 5-foil gu. Parcher. 
Az. a 5-foil pierced erai. Andrew de Estleie. 
Gu. (crusilly) a 5-foil pierced or. Anegoz. Le Counte Anegos. 
Sa. crusilly a 5-foil pierced or. John de Pichford. 
Sa. semee of 4-foils a 5-foil pierced or. John de Pichford. 
Sa. a 5-foil, an orle of martlets arg. Gualtier de Fauconberge. 
Az. a 5-foil or within an orle of 15 escallops. Richard Fitz NichoU. 

FlEUR de LIS. 

Gu. a fl. de lis arg. Robert de Agillun. 

Gu. a fl. de Us erm. Adam de Cokfelt. 

Gu. 6fl. de lis arg. Adam de Cokfelt. 

Gu. a fl. de lis or. Robert Cockfeld. (Robert Angenia ? C.) 



94 An Alphabetical Ordinary of all the Coats 

FLOWER. 

2 FLOWERS. 

Az. in dexter chief a lion passant guar, and 2 5-foils, one in sin. chief and the other in base or. Henri 
Turbervile. 

3 FLOWERS. 

5-FoiLs. 
Arg. 3 5-foils pierced gu. Normen de Arci. 
Az. 3 5-foils or. William Bardulf. 
Az. cmsilly 3 5-foils or. Thomas Bardulf. 
Az. 3 5-foils arg. Piers de Senclerk (Munclerk). 
Or 3 5-foils pierced gu. Joan d' Okinton. 
Or a fess vert betw. 3 h -foils pierced gu. Ion de Olzeton. 

6-FoiLS. 
Gu. 3 6-foils pierced arg. Simon de Ver. 
Sa. 3 6-foils within a bord. engr. or. Walter de Wigtone. 

Fleurs de lis. 
Arg. 3 fleurs de lis sa. William Paifrer. (Perfret. Peniferer.) 
Az. 3 fleurs de lis arg. Imbert Gui. (de Kyndelippe.) 
Az. 3 fleurs de lis or. John Dureuuasal. 
Vert 3 fleurs de lis or. John Dureuaspal. 
Gu. 3 fleurs de lis arg. Adam Gurdun. 
Gu. 3 fleurs de lis or. Jorge de Cantlou. 
Sa. 3 fleurs de lis arg. Henrei Huband. 

Roses. 
Or 3 rose branches each with one rose vert ? Le Countee de Rummesvile. 

6 FLOWERS. 
Gu. 6 fleurs de lis arg. Adam de Cokefeld. 
Sa. 6 fleurs de lis arg. De Graicurt. (Grancurt.) 
Sa. seme'e de fleurs de lis or. Walter de Grancurt. 

FLOWERS (sEMEE DE lis). 

Az. semee de fleurs de lis or. Le Roy de France. 

Az. semee de fleurs de lis or a label gu. '' poudre a circle d'or." Le Conte de Barre. 

Az. semee de fleurs de lis or a label gu. Le Roy de Sicile. 

Per pale France (ancient), and gu. powdered with towers or. Le Countee de Poiteres. 

France ancient, a chief paly arg. and gu. Henry de Bemam. 

Barry or and vert semee de fleurs de lis counterchangcd. Robert de Mortymer. 

Or semee de fleurs de lis sa. W. de Mortimer. 

Sa. semee de fleurs de lis or. Walter de Grancurt. 

FRETTY (or a Fret). 

Arg. fretty gu. John de Kokesalton. (Thomas de Cerouen.) 

Gu. fretty arg. Thomas de Cerouen. (J. de Hodestone.) 

Arg. fretty sa. Hue Thalemache. (Harington. Vernon?) 

Arg. a trellis gu. clone d'or. Richard Trussell. 

Arg. fretty sa. on each intersection a bezant. Hue Wake, 

Az. fretty arg. William de Echingham. 

Az. fretty or. Richard de Maundevile. 

Az. fretty or, a lab. gu. William de Suneli. 

Gu. fretty erm. William de Eileford. 

Gu. fretty or. James de Audeley. 

Gu. fretty vair. Robert de la Thur. 

Or fretty gu. Tebaut de Verdon. 

Or fretty sa. William Murdac. 

Sa. fretty arg. Anon. E. 435. 

Sa. fretty or. Johan Mautrauers. 

" Barry d'or et gules fretty d'argent.^' Hernoll de la Wode. 



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FRETTY. FRETTY and in chief. 

Az. fretty a chief or. Hue lefitz Henry. 

Gu. fretty or a chief enn. William Mailott. 

Sa. fretty or a canton erm. Anon. E. 306. 

Sa. fretty or on a canton gu. 3 lions pass, guard, arg. William Mautravers. 

FUSILS. 

Gu. 6 fusils or. Joan de Riveres. 

GARBS. 

Az. crusilly 3 garbs arg. tied gu. Tebaud de Neiuile. 

Az. 3 garbs or tied gu. Counte de Chester. 

Az. 3 garbs or tied gu. a chief of the 2nd. Hue Peverel. 

Az. semee of estoiles or 3 garbs arg. tied gu. Comyn. 

Gu. 3 garbs or. (John) Comin. 

Sa. 3 garbs arg. Nicol (Geffrey) de Segrave. 

GLOVES. 
Gu. 3 dexter gauntz arg. John de Waunci. 

GONFANON. 

Or a gonfanon gu. Le Counte d' Alveme. 

GURGES. (^See ANNULET.) 

GYRONNEE. 

Gyronnee of 12 arg. and az. Bartholomew de Brienson. 
Gyronnee of 6 arg. and gu. William de Beumond. 
Gyronnee of 12 erm. and gu. Thomas Hoter? 
Gyronnee of 12 or and az. Warin de Bassingburne. 
Gyronnee of 12 vair and gu. Baudwin de Bassingborn. 
Gyronnee of 12 or and sa. Bartholomew de Ertingdene. 

HAMMERS. 

Gu. 3 hammers arg. Walter Martell. 

Sa. 3 hammers arg. Richard (John) Martel. 

HANDS. 

Gu. 3 hands couped at the wrist erm. Malemeins. 

HEAD. 

Gu. a buck's head cabossed or. H. de Aluton. 
Or a buck's head cabossed sa. Walter de Heliun. 
Az. 3 buck's heads cabossed or. William de Hugeford. 
Gu. 3 buck's heads cabossed or. Thomas de Haluhtone. 

HELMETS. 
Sa. 3 helmets arg. William de Aubeny. 

HORNS. 

Or 3 attires of a stag sa. Le Countee de Wirtenberg. 

HOSE. 

Arg. 3 hose gules. Hese. 

INESCUCHEON. 

Checquy or and gu. an inesc. erm. Adam de Caile. 

Gu. an inesc. arg. surt. a carbuncle flory. Le Countee de Cleve. 



96 An Alphabetical Ordinary of all the Coats 

INESCUCHEON. INESCUCHEON— con<m«c<i. 

Gu. an inesc. an orle of martlets arg. William de Redham. 

Vairy or and gu. an inesc. azure, surt. a saltire arg. Le Counte de Whittingwen. (Oetingen.) 
Gu. 3 inesc. arg. John le fitz Simon. 
Or 3 inesc. each harry of 6 vair and gu. William (Waren) de Munchanesi. 

LEGS. 
Gu. 3 legs (conjoined in fess point and flexed in triangle) armed argent. Le Roy de Man. 

LOZENGE AND MASCLE. 
Arg. 3 lozenges sa. Roger Pichard. 
Arg. 6 lozenges gu. Richard de Croupes. 
Arg. 6 lozenges gu. a lab. az. Richard de Croupes. 
Az. crusilly 3 lozenges or. Waren de Stokport. 
Gu. 6 mascles or. Count de Winchester. 
Vert 3 mascles arg. a chief paly or and gu. Henry de Bauntersein. 

LOZENGY, IN EARLY BLAZON OFTEN CALLED MASCULY. 

" Masculy " (the modern blazon is harry bendy) arg. and azure. Le Duk de Baveire. 

Lozengy arg. and gu. S"^ de Chaueny. 

Lozengy gu. and arg. le fitz Coloin. 

Lozengy gu. and vair. Counte de Kent. (John de Burgh. C.) 

Lozengy or and az. Thomas de Worblinton. 

Lozengy or and gu. S"" de Barres. 

MAUNCH. 

'Arg. a maunch gu. Rauf Thoney. 
Gu. a maunch arg. John de la Mare. 
Gu. a maunch or. John de Munseus. 
Gu. a maunch arg. a lab. az. William de Moun. 
Or a maunch gu. Henri (John) de Hastengs. 
Yair a maunch gu. Piers de Mauleie. 

MULLET. 

Arg. a rowel gu. Raffe de la Haye. C. (An estoile of 16 rays. John de la Haye. E.) "Blank, 

ung rey de soleil de goules." Rauf de la Hay. B. 
Quarterly gu. and or, in dexter chief a mullet arg. Count de Oxenford. 
Quarterly sa. and or, in dexter chief a mullet arg. .Rauf de Munchanesi. 

3 Mullets. 
Arg. 3 mullets pierced gu. Gilbert de Knovile. 
Arg. 6 mullets or, a lab. gu. Boges de Knovile. 
Arg. 3 mullets arg. Gilbert Hansal (Hansard). 
Az. 3 mullets arg. William Hansard. 
Gu. 3 mullets or. William Patric. 
Sa. 3 mullets or. Simon de Herswelle. 
Sa. 3 mullets or pierced gu. Simon de Hersham. 
Sa. 3 mullets or, a bord. engr. or. Walter de Wigtone. 

MULLETS AND IN CHIEF. 

Gules 3 rowels, in chief a " danse " or. Hugh Seingeine. 

ORLE. 

Arg. an orle gu. Alexander de Bailol. 

Gu. an orle arg. • Alexander (Eustache) de Bailol. 

Gu. an orle erm. a label az. Ingram Bailol. 

Gu. an orle erm. Ingram de Umframvile. 

Or an orle az. a lab. gu. William de Bailol. 



comprised in Rolls C, JP, and E. 97 

ORLE. ORLE — continued. 

Or an orle vair, a lab. gu. William de Bailol. 

Az. crusilly an orle or. S' de Dinawesbran. 

Gu. crusilly an orle or. Roger Bertram 

Gu. billettee an orle erm. John de Waleis. 

Gu. an orle arg. surt. a carbuncle of 8 rays or. Counte de Cliffe de Alemain. 

Gu. an orle vair. Walter de Lindesey. 

Gu. crusilly an orle vair. William de Lindesheie. 

PALE. 

Cru. 3 pallets vair a chief or. — Bloys. See Paly A Chief. 

PALY. 

Paly of 6 arg. and az. Joan de Blakeburne. 

Paly ondee of 6 arg. and gu. de Valoynz. 

Paly of 6 or and sa. Counte de Asseles. 

Paly or and gu. Le Roy de Aragon. ' 

PER PALE. 

Per pale dancettee arg. and gu. Gike de Leycestre. 

Per pale and FESS indented. 
Per pale and fess ind. arg. and az. Richard de la More. 
Per pale and fess ind. arg. and gu. Fuke (Philip) le Fitzwarin. 
Per pale and fess ind. arg ? and gu. a label az. Ede de Hodenet. 
Per pale and fess ind. arg. and sa. William le fiz Warin. 
Per pale and fess ind. or and az. Raf Piror (Pirot.) 

PILE. 

Or a pile gu. between 6 and charged with 3 estoiles counterchanged. Robert de Chandus. 

Or a pile sa. between 6 and charged with 3 mullets counterchanged. Richard de Baigingedune. 

3 PILES. 
Or 3 piles azure. Gui de Brian. 
Or 3 piles gules. Guiliam de Breynin. (perhaps Brequyn for Brechin.) but " azure" written after 

" gules" as if instead of it, in MS. C, and " Gui de Pryen " in the margin. 
Or 3 piles gu. Raf Basset. 
Or 3 piles gu. a cant. vair. (Rauf ?) de Basset. 
Or 3 piles gu. a cant. eim. Rauf Bassett. 

QUARTERLY. 

Quarterly arg. and gu. Aueray de Soleni. 

Quarterly arg. and sa. Geffrey de Belchamp. 

Quarterly gu. and or in dexter cant, a cross patonce arg. ( William) de Middleton. 

Quarterly or and az. William de Burc, Burch. 

Quarterly or and gu. William de Say. Guy de Rochfort. 

Quarterly or and gu. a label sa. bezantee. Alexander de Kenei. 

Quarterly or and sa. Herbert de Bovile. 

Quarterly or and sa. in dexter cant, a lion pass. or. William Boyvile. 

Quarterly or and vert. John (Rauf) de Bemeres. 

Quarterly or and vert a label gu. John de Bemers. 

RAKE. 

Gu. 3 rakes or. Le Countee de Rastell. 



98 An Alphabetical Ordinary of all the Coats 

ROSE. 

Arg. 10 roses gu. (seeded or). Joan de Roseles. 

ROUNDELS. 
Plates. 

Gu. 3 plates. Musart. 

Sa. 10 plates. Oliver de Ponchardon. 

Bezants. 
Gu. bezantee. Roger de la Souche. 
Sa. (gu ?) bezantee. Alain de la Zouch. 
Az. bezantee. William de la Souche. 
Gu. bezantee a cant. erm. Jun de la Souche. 
Gu. bezantee a chief erm. Hue de Heggios sive Bruges. 
Gu. bezantee on a cant, or a raven ppr. Roger de Wassebume. 

TORTEATJX. 

Arg. 3 torteaux. John de Besile. 

Arg. 10 torteaux. Alexander Giffard. 

Erm. 3 torteaux. Robert Porcel. 

Or 3 torteaux a label az. Hue de Curtenei. 

Barry of 6 arg. and az. and in chief 3 tort. Adam de Grey (de lestunie F.) 

SALTIRE. 

Arg. a saltire gu. Gefifrai de Nevile. Morice le fitz Gerald. 

Gu. a saltire arg. Robert de Nevile. 

Gu. a saltire erm. Dreu de Ane. 

Gu, a saltire or. Joan le . . . brut. 

Gu. a saltire vair. Raf. de Wilintone. 

Gu. crusUly or a salt. vair. Henri de Chambemun. 

Or a salt, lozengy vair and gu. Alexander Frevile. 

Or a salt, sable. Pers Bering. 

Per pale or and az. a salt, counterchanged. John de Hundehovile. 

SALTIRE BETWEEN OR WITHIN 

Arg. a salt. gu. between 4 torteaux. Blothow ? 

Gu. a salt. arg. a bord. sa. bezantee. Walter de la Pulle. 

SALTIRE (engrailed). 
Arg. a salt. engr. az. Pers de Grete. 
Arg. a salt. engr. gu. Robert Tibetot. 
Arg. a salt. engr. sa. Henri de Maner. 
Az. a salt. engr. or. David de Ofifringtone. 
Erm. a salt. engr. gu. Bartholomew de Boyticurt. 

Gu. a salt, engr. arg. Fouk de Kerdeston. (William de Estherdintone.) 
Gu. a salt. engr. or. Jon de Ingulesthorpe. 

SALTIRE AND chief. 

Az. a salt, a chief or. Bernard de Brus. 

Gu. a salt, a chief or. Richard de Brus. 

Or a salt, a chief gu. Robert de Brus. 

Gu. a salt, a chief arg. Alanus de Asseles (de Lassels). 

3 SALTIRES. 

Arg. 3 salt. gu. William de Boyvile. 

TREE. 
Or a pear-tree firucted gu. John de Piritone. 



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TRUMPET. 

Az. 2 trumpets in pile or. John de Dointon. 

Az. crusilly 2 trumpets in pile or ? James de Nervile. 

Gu. crusilly 2 trumpets in pile or ? Roger de Trumpintone. 

VAIR AND VAIRY. 

Vair. John Beauchamp. 

Vairy arg. and gu. Richard de Coleworth. 

Vairy arg, and sa. Robert de la Ward. 

Vairy erm. and sa. Geffray de Greseley. 

Vairy or and az. Le Contee de Guisnes. 

Vairy or and gu. Counte de Ferrers, 

Vairy or and gu a bord. az. William de Ferrers. (Gilbert Talebot.) 

WATERBOUGETS. 

Arg. 3 waterbougets gu. R. Trussebuz. 

Gu. 3 waterbougets arg, Robert de Ros. 

Gu. 3 waterbougets arg. a lab. az. Robert de Ros. 

Gu. 3 waterbougets erm. William de Ros. 

Az. 3 waterbougets or. William de Ros. 

WING. 

Arg. 2 wings conjoined in fess sa. William de Derneford. 

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