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Ko(e._Natr.es nearly alike in soaiid, although differing in orthography, are arranged together, as a more ready
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than in strict dictionary order.
Coats of Arms, obtained after publication, %vill be found in a Supplement.

ABBREVI.4TI0NS.

chev.
gules.
A B 1 A C F
Abelyn, on a cross
ar. su. au eagle displayed Abinr/lon, or Ahingdon, [Dowdeswell, Glouces-
with two heads or. tershire,] ar. on a bend gu. three eagles dis-
Abelyn E, ar. in chief, three chess rooks played or, an annulet of the second. Crest, a —
sa. hand and arm,couped at the shoulder, in armour,
Ahelyne, ar. on a cross sa. four eagles displayed of gainished or, embowed fesseway, holding in the
the field. hand an ancii'ut mace, handled sa. headed ;'.nd
Abelyn, Abyleyne, or Aylin, ar. three studded gold, girt round the arm, near the
chess rooks sa. shoulder, with a sash, tied in a bow, ar. fringed
Abell, [Kent :md London,] ai". a saltier engr. of the first. {Granted 1595.]
az. (Another, gu.) Abinffion, [Gloucestershire,] ar. on a bend gu.
AheJl, ar. a saltier engi-. az. betw. twelve fleurs-de- three eaglets displayed or.
lis or. A BLAND, ar. on a bend sa. three pheons of the
Abell, ar. a cross eiigr. az. field.
Abell, [Essex,] ar. a fesse piu-p. betw. three boars' Able, sa. two bars, in chief two plates.
heads, couj)ed gu. —
Crest, an arm embowed in Ableiiall, [Gloucester,] gu. a fesse or.
armour, holding in the hand ppr. a sword ar. Ablchall, or, a chief gu.
Lilt or, eufded on the arm with a wreath ar. Ablehall, or Ahlcshall, [Warwickshire and Glou-
and gu. cestershire,] or, a fesse gu.
Ahell, [Derbyshire,] ar. on a saltier eugr. az. nine Ableine, or Abeline, ar. three fleurs-de-lis,
fleurs-de-lis or. sa.
Abenhall, [Gloucester,] gu. a fesse or. Ablyn, ar. on a cross sa. five eagles displaved of
Abekcro.mbie, i\x. achev. gu. betw. tluee boius' the field.
heads erased az. Abnet, [StalTordshure,] gu. au eagle displayed
Abercro/nhie, ar. a chev. engr. betw. three boars' betw. three pheons ar.

heads erased az. Crest, a cross crosslet fitchee ar. Abnott, az. a smew or white nun ppr.
Abercrombie, ar. u chev. indented g-u. bet\v. three Abney, [Su- Edward, Knt. Wilesly, Derbyshire,]
boars' heads erased az. —
Crest, a bee volant, ppr. ar. on a cross sa. five bezants.
Aberdwell, or Abredkobell, gu. a fesse Abney, [Leicester and Derby,] or on a chief gu.
betw. sLx auuidcts ar. a Hon jiassant ar.
Aberkerdour, or Aberherdour, az. three Abrahall, [Herefordshire,] az. three hedge-
swords iu fesse palcwajs, points ujiwai'ds, Lilted hogs (or porcupines) or.
and pomelled or, surmounted of a bend gu. —
Abraham, az, a sun or. Crest, a sun or.
Aberneth, or, a lion rampant gu. oppressed Akrell, az. three boars passant or.
with two beudlets sa. Abrey, bendy of six erm. and gu.
Abernethy, or, a lion rampant gu. surmounted Abrey, bendy of six gu. and erm.
with a ribbon sa. Abrey, bendy of six erm. and gni.
Aberton, ai-. a chev. betw. thr«e bears' heads Abringis, [Folkestone, Kent,] or, five chevs. gni.
erased sa. Abriscourt, [Oxfordshire,] erm. three bius
Aberton, or Abitrlon, or, on a fesse gu. betw. Luinets or.
three mullets sa. a cross crosslet fitchee of the Abriscourt, [Oxfordshire,] erm. tliree bars humets
first.

Aberton, or Aburton,OT, on a fesse gu. betw. three Abriscourt, or Abuscourt, verl, three bars humets
mullets pierced sa. as many cross crosslets fitchee g-u.
ar. Abrol, [^Yorcestcr,] party per pale or and gu.
Abew, ar. on a cross gu. five bezants. three roundlets counterchang-ed.
Abibson, ar. a fesse buttony gu. Abrook, or, a cross eugr. per pale gu. and sa. a
Abilon, ar. three fiem-s-de-lis sa. chief erm. —
Crest, a wolfs head erased sa.
Abingdon, ai-. a cross patonce betw. five mart- Abry, [Glamorgau,] ar. a chev. betw. three grif-

lets sa. fius' Leads erased or.


Abingdon, [Hyudlippe, Worcestersliire,] ar. Ab.sall, ar. a cross sa.
on a bend gu. three eagles or, bealced and Abtost, per pale gu. and vert, Uvo lions passant
legged az. [^Grunted to J uhn Abhitjdun bij giiardant or.
Cook, Clarenceux, dth January, 1.577.] Abyne, erm. on across gu. five aunidets or.
AniNGTON, [Dorset,] ar. on a bend cottised sa. Abys, [Derbyshire,] gu. a fesse lozengy betw.
thi-ee eagles disjjkned ar. in the sinister corner tlu-ee escallo[> shells lu-.

iiu escallop shell sa. ACFORD, ar. a horse's Lead sa. bridled or, issiung

A C K ACT
out of water iii base az. on a chief gii. a cross ACLAND, [Devon,] gu. a bend or, charged v,\\h
ar. three trefoils vert, betw. a lion rampant in cl.itf,
AcnALON, [Bavaria,] crest, a floAver-pot eared and three lozenges in base of the second.
or, filled %vith roses f;u. Acland. Sec Ak ELAND.
AcHAM, [Plcnythe, Coniwall,] ar. a maunch AcKLKWARD, sa. a chev. betw. three garbs or.
betw. nine cinquefoils, three, three, and three, ACKLOW, quarterly indented ar. and az.
gu. —
Crest, a lion sejant or, collared and lined sa. AcKWORTH, erm. on a cliief indented gu. three
AcHANY, ar. a cross crosslet fitchee issuing out coronets or.
of a crescent sa. Achcorth, [Suftblk,] ar. a griffin segreant.
Achany, ar. tliree roebucks' heads cou])ed az. (Anolltcr, saliant,) per fesse az. and purp. (and
collared or, and a bell pendent thereat gu. sa. and az.) armed or.
AcnARD, [Berkshire,] or, a bend engr. sa. AcLE, [Devonshire,] gu. two lions passant re-
Achard, [Berkshire,] gyronny of six ar. and gu. a gardant or.
label of five points az. ACLEY, or ACKLES, or, tlu-ce prJIetsaz.
Achard, baiTV wavy of six ar. and gu. a label of AcLOME, [York,] gu. a mauucli within an orle of
five ])oints az. cinquefoils ar. .-

Achard, or, a bend of five fusils sa. AcoTTS, [Sir John,] or a cross pierced az. bczantee.
AcHAS, [Leicestershire,] sa. three fleurs-de-lis Acotts, or, on a cross pierced az. four cinquefoils of
ar. the field.
Ache, or Aciiev, [Devonshire,] sa. two denii ^lco//s, or Acol'is, a cross quarter-pierced az. and
lions passant guardant or. (Another, the field or, the first charged with five bezants.
gu-) Acoffs, or, a cross quarter-pierced az. charged
Achkfield, per cliev. ar. and sa. three leopards' yrith twenty bezants.
faces connterchauged. Acre, gu. a fesse fusilly betw. tln-ee escallop
Achefield, per chev. ai'. and sa. in chief a label of shells ar.
three points gu. in base as many leopards' faces Acre, [Westmoreland,] gu. three escallops, v^itlun
or. an orle of semee trefoils, slipped ar.
AcHELEY, [London and Salop,] gu. on a fessc Acre, gu. three lozenges or, in chief, as many
engr. ar. three crosses formec fitchee sa. betw. escallop shells ar.
as many griffins' heads erased or. Acre, or Acris, [Westmoreland,] az. on a cross
Acheley, gu. on a fesse engT. betw. three leopards' or. (Another, ar.) four escallop shells gu.
heads erased or, as nicUiy cross crosslets fitchee Acre, [Westmoreland,] gu. three fusils in fesse or,
sa. and in chief as many escallop sliells ar.
Acheley, per pale gu. and or, a fleur-de-lis coun- Ac7-e, gu. tlnec escallops betw. nine trefoils slipped,
terchauged. three, three, and one, ar.
tv,"o,
AcHENEY, ar. fi\e lozenges iu saltier betw. foui- Acres, [Northumberland,] ar. a fesse betw. six
lozenges gu. fleurs-de-hs sa.
AcHERTON, gu. tln-ee falcons close ar. belled or. Acres, gu. three trefoils shpped in fesse or, betw.
Achilles, az. two lioucels rampant endorsed as many escallop shells ar.
or. Acres, De. See Dacres.
AcHYM, ar. a maunch within abordure sa. charged Acres, or, a cross potent gu.
with eight cinquefoils or. Acton, [Sir William, Bart. Aldenhara, Shrop-
AcHYN, [Cornwall,]' ar. a maunch within an orle shire,] gu. two lions passant ar. betw. nine cross
of eight cinquefoils gu. crosslets or. —
Crest, on a wreath, a wreath ar.
ACKELAM, ACKLAME, Or AcKLAM,
[Moreby, and gu. therein a leg, couped at the thigh, in
Yorkshire,] gu. a maunch ai\ within an orle of armour ppr. (Another, crest, without a
cinquefoils of Ihe second. (Another, or.) wreath.)
AcKET, or Aket, [Ireland,] az. three hake Acton, [Salop,] quarterly per fesse indented ar.
fishes haurient ar. two and one. and gu. in the first a bordure sa.
AcKHURST, ar. on a bend sa. three aconis or. Acton, [Acton, Essex,] vert, a chev. betw. three
Crest,- a denii lion ar. holding, in his dexter paw, estoiles ar.
an acoru, slipped vert, fnicted or. Acton, [Acton, Essex,] ar. a cross pattee engr.
ACKLAND, [Sir Hugh, Bart. Columb Jolin, De- within a bordure sa. bezautee.
vonshire,] cheeky ar. and sa. a fesse gu. — Crest, Acton, gu. a fesse and bordure engr. erm. on a
a sinister arm, in fesse, habited az. having on a canton or, a tree eradicated of the field.
glove, thereon a hawk perched ar. beaked and Acton, [Worcestershire,] gu. a fesse erm. wifhui
belled or. [B2j
ADA ADA
a bordure engx. of the second. Crest, an arm — Adatn, or, on a cross gu. a mullet of the field.
in armour, embowed ppr. holdiiif^ in the hand a Adam, [Lincolnshire,] ar. a cross gu.
sword ar. hilt or thereon, a boar's head couped
; Adam, ar. on a cross gu. a mullet or.
sa. the neck issuuig- blood. Adam, sa. two bars ar. in chief three plates.
Acton, gu. afesse and bordure engr. erm. Adam, vert, on a cross or, an estoile sa. [Granted
Acton, [Worcestershire,] gu. a fesse ar. withiu a to Thomas Adam, of Walden, Essex, Esq. hy
bordure engr. or. Camden, Clarenceux, Sept. 80, 1G14.]
Acton, [SYorcestershire,] gu. a fesse and bordure, Adams, [London,] sa. a mullet ar.
both engr. erm. in chief a chaplet vert. Adams, [Salop,] erm. three cats-a-mountain in
Acton, [Warwickshiie,]' gu. a fesse within a bor- pale az. tails coward. —
Crest, a greyhound's
dure erm. head erased erm.
Acton, [Bockington,] ar. three ciuquefoils sa. Adams, [London,] erm. three cats-a-mountaui in
Acton, gu. a bordure engr. erm. pale az. —
Crest, a boar's head ar. couped gu.
Acton, [Ripford,] ar. a fesse within a bordure Adams. Same [home hij Sir Thomas Adams, of
engr. erm. London, Knt. and Burt.']
Acton, [London,] quarterly per fesse indented ar. Adams, erm. three cats-a-mount;iin in pale ppr.
and gu. in the first quarter a Cornish chough sa. — Crest, a greyhomid's head erased erm.
Acton, quarterly per fesse indented ar. and gu. on Adams, erm. three cats passiUit az.
a bend az. three crosses forniee fitchee or. Adams, quai-terly erm. and az. in the second and
Acton, [Leicestershire,] quarterly per fesse in- third an eagle rising or.
dented ar. and az. Adams, vert, on a cross or, a mullet of six points
Acton, gu. a cross sable within a bordure engr. gu. — Crest, a raven sa. ^

erm. Adams, vert, a cross or.- —


Crest, a griffin's head,
Acton, [Chesliire,] ar. a chev. gu. wnigs indorsed vert, charged on the breast -svith
Acton, gu. a maunch within eight cinquefoils in a cross or.
orle ar. Adams, [Middlesex,] ar. on a bend az. three tre-
Acton, or, three bars vair. foils slipped or.
Acton, ar. three piles wavy gu. Adams, ])er pale ar. and gu. a chev. betw. three
Acton, [Acton, ^yorcestershlre,] ar. a chev, betw. gad-bees, all counterchanged.
three cinquefoils gu. Adams, [London,] ar. on a cross gu. five mullets
Acton, gyronny of eight ar. and gu. or. — Crest, a lion segrcaut or.
Acton, the same, addmg, on the second quarter, a Adams, []\Iiddle Temple,] sa. on a bend or, betw.
cross pattee ar.chargethvithfive escallop shells gu. two bezants, three martlets of the field. [Granted
Acton, [Cheshire,] gu. a fesse erm. in cliief and in ly Borough, Garter, March 14, 1G39, to Wil-
base, a lion passant ar. betw. two cross crosslets liam Adams.]
or. — Crest, a demi lion rampant guardant ar. Adams, [Lincolnshire,] vert, a pale ar. betw. two
grasping a spear or, enfiled Avith a boar's head griffins segreant or. —
Crest, a griffin's head
couped gu. betw. two wings gu. beaked az. on each whig
Acton, gu. crusulee of cross crosslets fitchee or, ^hree bezants.
two lions passant ar. Adams, [Cambridge,] the same. Crest, a griffin's —
ACTONLEY, harry of sLx erm. and gu. and per head betw. two wings or.
pale az. a chief engr. of the third, and a point Adams, sa. a nmrtlet ar.
indented ar. Adams, or, crusily fitchee, a'lion nunpant within a
AcwELL, paly of six ar. and az. on a chief gu. a bordure sa.
leopard passant or. Adams, [Middlesex,] ar. a fesse betw. four mart-
AcKeU, or Hackwell, paly of six ar. and az. a letsgu. three and one.
chief sa. Adams, [Dr. Leicestershire,] or, on a fesse az.
Adair, per beud or and ar. three dexter hands, three escallops of the field.
appauraee and erect. Crest, a man's head— Adams, sa. three fleurs-de-lis ar.
couped and bloody ppr. Adams, [Saint Ives,] ar. on a chev. sa. three mul-
Addair, [Scotland,] per beud ar. and az. a crescent lets pierced or.
counterchiuiged. Adams, [Wales,] az. a crescent betw. three mul-
Adam, ar. a crescent betw. three cross crosslets lets or.
fitchee gu. —Crest, on a wreath, a crescent, as Adams, hairy of six ar. and gu. over all a hon
in the arms. [Borne lij Ceoj-ge Adam, Esq. of ram])ant or.
Christ-Churck, Hants, 1823.] Adams, harry of six or and az. a saltier gu.
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A D E ADS
Adams, [Devon,] or, a liou rampant betw. ten Aderton, [Lanca^liire,] sa. three sword chapes
cross crosslets sa, or.
Adams, [Cboatou, Salop,] erm. a chev. vaire or Aderton, [Lancashire,] ar. (or or,) two bends
and az. betw. tluee roses gu. seeded of the se- within a bordure sa.
cond. —
Crest, a grifliii's head erased erm. Aderlun, or Adreston, [Lancashire,] az. three
beaked gu. charged vith a chev. vaire or and nuirllets, within a bordure ejigr. ar.
az. Aderton, or Adyrton, [Lancashire,] gu. three
Adamson, [Westmoreland,] vert on a cross or, hawks, (or falcons,) ar. jessed and belled or,
an estoile sa. —
Crest, a tilbot passant az. be- two and one.
zantee, collared or. Aderton, gu. three falcons close or. \^Borue by
Adamson, ar. a crescent gu. betw. tliree cross John Aderton, of Adertun.]
crosslets fitchee az. Adington, ar. a fesse betw. three escallops sa.
Ad.\n, vert, ou a chev. ar. three pheous of the Adinylon, [London,] per pale erm. and ermines,
field. a chev. counterchanged.
Adeane, ar. a chev. betw. three griflJus' heads Adinylou, sa. a bend ar.
erased sa. Addinylon, [Devon,] per pale erm. and ermines
AnDERHURV, [Sussex,] or, a fesse embattled sa. on a chev. betw. tliree fleurs-de-lis, four lozenges,
Adderley, [StaCordshire,] ar. on a bend vert, all counterchanged. —
Crest, a leopard sejant,
tlu-ee mascles of the field. giuxrdant, ar. pellettee sa.
Adderley, [Waddington, Warwickshire,] ar. Adi.S, ar. a chev. humctty, betw. three crosses
on a bend az. three mascles of the field. formee gu.
Crest, on a chapcau gu. turned up erm. a stork Adiston, ar. a fesse gu. betw. three pellets
ar. sa.
Adderley, [Staffordshire,] ar. ou a bend gu. betw. Adlard, ar. on a fesse gu. betw. three wolves'
two lions' heads erased sa. thi-ee crosses pattec heads erased sa. as many mullets of the field.
of the field. Crest, on a vvTeath, a cubit arm, holding in the
Adcrley, [Blackball, Staffordshire,] ar. on a bend hand a dagger erect, all ppr.
az. three mascles of the field, each charged with Adlf.r, [Haverstoke, Essex,] sa. two bends
a pheou gu. —
Crest, a leopard's head couped or, erm. on a canton ar. a liou rampant sa. Crest, —
pierced through the mouth with a sword-blade, a demi eagle, with wings displayed sa. charged
broken, ar. on the breast vrith an estoile or.
Aderley, [Staffordshire,] ar. ou a chev. sa. three Adley, or Adelley, [Somersetshire,] gu. on a
mullets of the field. chev. or, three cross crosslets sa.
Adcrley, ar. on a bend az. tlu-ee mascles of the Adlington, sa. a chev. betw. three goats' heads,
field. ar. attired or. (Another, antelopes' heads.)
Adeleiyh, gu. fretty or. Adlington, [Cheshire,] ar. a cross flory sa.
Adekigh, gu. fretty or, witliin a bordure ar. AuLYN, [Loudon, 1590,] gu. nine martlets,
Addice, ar. three addices az. handles or. three, three, two, and one, or. Crest, on a —
Addison, erm. on a bend gu. three annulets or, mount vert, a martlet or.
on a chief az. three leopards' heads of the Admerold, [of the round table,] ar. three bar-
third. rulets, and in chief a lion passant gu.
Addock-ap, or Paddock, ar. a fesse betw. Adoices, [Lancashn-e,] ar. a cross sa. in the first
three frogs vert. quarter, a fleur-de-lis gu.
Addott, per chev. gu. and ar. Auoi.tziieim, ar. a goat's horn, bowed to the
Addotts, parted per chev. gu. and ar. two squirrels sinister, lipt or.
in chief, sejant, cracking nuts, and three piles Adon. See Haddon.
ill base vert. Adrian, g-u. four escallop shells in cross or.
Addreston, or Aderston, az. three martlets Adryan, bany nebule ai'. and sa. a chief cliequy
within a bordure engr. ar. two and one. or and az.
Adelevesen, ar. three chaperons sa. Adronkkl, ar. on a cross formee gu. a mullet
Adelsdokk, or, two wings elevated sa. Crest, — pierced or.
two wings, as in the arms. Adryi'ayn, [Lmcolnsliire,] gu. a fesse hxmiet ar.
Adelsreidt, gu. a goat sal taut to the sinister heads erased or.
in chief three gTifiins'
ar. Adston, a bend indented sa.
ar.
Adexstoun, ar. a cross engr. sa. cantoned with Adsion, or Adiston, ar. a fesse gu. betw. tliree
four cross crosslet fitchee gu. (or sa.) pellets.

A G M A I K
Adwood, gii. a lion rampant, taiifourchee nowed clipv. az. betw. three boars' heads, couped sa.
ar. langued or, five cinrjuefoils of the last. — Crest,
Ady, or Adky, [Kent, London, and Hereford- a stag or.
shire,] gii. on a bend ar. three leopards' faces Agmondhham, [.Surrey,] ar. on a chev. betw.
vert, lan[>ued of the iield. three boars' heads cou])ed sa. five cinquefoils of
Adij, or Adnj, gu. on a bend ar. tliree leopards' the firld.
faces sa. Agmovdisham, [Surrey,] ar. on a chev. az. betw.
Achi, [Dodingtou, Kent, and the Borough of three hoars' heads couijed sa, armed or, five
Southwark,] a fesse dauncette, betw. three
az. cinquefoils of the last.
cheriibims' heads or, faces ar. —
Crest, on a Agnew, [Scotland,]
three sinister hands
ar.
mount vert, a stag lodged ar. attired and dii- couped aud erect, two and one, gu.
cally crowned or. [Granted 1G15.] Agollon, or Agullun, [Yorkshire,] gii. ona
Adver, [Diirham, Kent,] ar. a chev. dauncette, canton ar. a cross flory sa.
betw. tlu'ee cherubims gu. Agon, ar. a chev. betw. three martlets sa.
Adzwood, ar. three ravens' heads couped p)jr. Agras, ar. a hind trippant gu. on a canton of the
Aerborough, or Aerburg, or, an eagle's second, three lozenges of the first.
head -vrith hounds' ears az. Agre\ ELL, [Chesley,] or, a hon rampant regar-
^Etherston, az. three martlets or, ^?ithi^ a bor- dant a;-,.
dure engT. ar. AgricolIj, erm. a canton gu.
ArFORDBiE, [Afordby, Lincolnslm-e,] ar. a saltier Agruall, gu. cnisuly or, a hoa rampant gardant
engr. sa. — Crest, a horse's head erased sa. bridled of the second.
or. Aguilliams, ar. a hon rampant erm. armed sa.
Afton, [Devon,] ar. a chev. engr. betw. three collared or.
fleurs-de-hs sa. Aguillox, sa. a lion rampant erm.
Agane, per pale ar. and sa. a chev. erm. betw. Agyllon, az. a fleur-de-lis or.
six martlets counterchanged of the field. AlFLER, or Ayler, az. a cinquefoilenn. pierced
Agard, [Lancashire,] ar. a chev. betw. three ar. ^\ hordure engr. or.
ifhia a
boars' heads erased. (Another, couped,) sa. Aighton, [Lancashire,] sa. three garbs or.
langued g\i. armed or.— Crest, a bugle horn ar. Crest, a snake, coiled up, ppr.
garnished or, sti-inged sa. AlTON, [Scotland,] ar. a cross engr. cantoned with
Arjard, [Lancashire,] ar. a chev. gu. betw. three four roses gu. —
Crest, a hand pulling a rose
boars' heads couped sa. —
Crest, au ibex head or,
charged with hurts, maned, tufted, homed, and Alton, [Ivinaldy,] the same, within a hordure of
collared az. the second. —
Crest, a rose-tree vert, flowered
Agard, [Derbyshire,] Another, the chev. engr. gu.
Agard, [Sudbery, Derbyshire,] ar. a chev. gu. Alton, the same, v.-ith a crescent ar. for difference.
betw. three boars' heads erased, \liorne hy — Crest, a rose gu.
Nicholas Agard, of that place.l Alton, [Scotland,] ar. a cross engr. betw. three
Agas, [Wymondham, Norfolk,] az. a fesse cot- rcses gu.
tised erm. in chief three stags' heads cabossed Ato>', three covered cups gu.
or,
or. Aloii, or, a cross sa.
Agavle, or Ayale, or, three pallets sa. Ayton, barry of sLx or and az. on a canton gu. a
Aghorough, [Sir Robert, Knt. who assumed the cross pattee ar.
name of Townsend,] az. a chev. engr. betw. Ayton, gu. a cross patonce ar.
three escallops erm. AlGLES, [Xorthumberlaud,] sa. three lions ram-
Acer, [Cheshire,] Aucher, Auger, or Ar- pant ar. two and one.
cher, erm. on a chief az. three lions rampant Aigles, sa, tlu-ee lions passant gardant ar. two aud
or. —
Crest, a bidl's head erased gu. armed or. one.
Agillon, or Agillun, and Agellmo, gu. a Aigles, [Northamptonshire,] sa. three lions ram-
fleur-de-lis ar. pant gardant ar. two and one.
Aginal, [Cresseley,] or, a Hon rampant regardant Aiken, ar. a cliev. betv,-. three cocks' heads sa.
gu. AiKEMiEAD, [Scothuid,] ar. tlffec acoms sUpped
AglioN'by, [Cumberland,] az. (Another, ar.) vert.
two bars sa. in chief tlu-ee martlets of the second. AlKMAN, a dexter arm, issuing out from the
ar.
-— Ciest, a dcmi eagle disi)layed or. sinister side of the shield, holding an oak tree
Ag.mokdesh.\m, [Horsley, Surrey,] ar. on a eradicated, and broken fisunder near the branches
— —

A K E ALB
pj)r. bctw. a crescent in the sinister chief point, Maij 20, 17G1, to Isaac Akerman, of London
and a mullet in the dexter biise point gu. and Sitrrei/.]
Aikiiian, ar. a sinister hand in base, issuing out of Aret, [Derbyshire,] ai". two bends gu.
a cloud, fessewajs, holding an oaken button pale- Aket, ar. on a fesse betw. two cottises gu. three
wa}s ppr. with a branch sprouting out at the top fleurs-de-lis of the field.
thereof, s\u-mouuted of a bend engr. gu. Alaband, sa. a dog couchant on a cushion or.
Crest, an oak tree pjir. Al.vnby, ar. a chev. engr. within a bordure az.
AlLARD, ar. two bais betw. nine martlets Alanhij, a chev. engr. sa.
vert. Aebam, [Cornwall,] erm. on a cross gii. five be-
AiLK, or Aylks, cheeky or and gu. a bend ar. zants.
AiLKSiiURY. See Aylesbury.' Albane, erm. [27(W coat belonged to Albane,
Air, ar. a cameleon ppr. Earl of Britain, itnto ichom William the Con-
AiRTH, [Scotland,] ar. a cliief sa. queror gave the earldom of Richmond and the
AiSELBiE, or AlSi;ABlE, [Yorkshii-c,] gu. three honour of Middlesham.']
lozenges conjoined in fesse ar. betw. three lions' Albange, gu. a wolf saliaut or.
heads erased or. —
Crest, a lion's head erased gu. Albany, or Dabigxey, gu. an eagle displayed
gorged with three lozenges conjoined in fesse within a bordiu-e ar.
ar. Albany, [Loudon, Salop, and Bedfordsliire,] ar.
Aislabtj, [Osgodby, York,] gu. three lozenges on a fesse betw. tliree cinquefoils gu. a grey-
in fessebetw. as many hons' heads erased or. hound passant rr. (Another, couriint or.)
\_Graiiled to George Aislaby, Ksq. October 25, Crest, out of a ducal coronet, g-u. a demi dol-
1063.] phui rising or. (Another, a dolphin baurient
Aisu WORTH, [Oxfordshire,] gu. a cross engr. or or.)
betw. four fleurs-de-lis ar. Albany, [Lord of Eelvoire,] or, tAvo chevronels
AlTCHESON, (X.B.) ar. an eagle displayed, with and bordure gu.
two heads, sa. on a chief az. two mullets or. Albncy, [Earl of Arundel,] gu. a lion ranipcnt
AiTKENS. See with Atkins. or.
AlTO, 0/- AuiTO, [Devon,] or, three moors' heads Albemarle, gu. a cross pofence vair.
in profile sa. two and one, v.reathed about the Albemarle, ar. a chev. betw. three lions' heads
temples ar. and pearls in their ears. —
Crest, out erased gu.
of a cloud an aim ppr. holding a sword erect Albert, az. a griflln segreant or.
ar. hilt or, on tlie blade a moor's head, as in Alberton, ar. a chev. betw. three bulls' beads
the arms. erased sa.
Akeland, [Devon,] cheeky ar. and sa. a fesse Alberton, ar. a chev. betw. three bears' heads
gu. erased sa. langiicd gu. muzzled or.
Akeland, [Devon,] barry of eight ar. and sa. a pale Alberton, [Plympton,] az. a talbot passant ar. col-
couuterchanged, and a fesse gu. lared gu.
Akeland, [Devon,] ar. a pale sa. over all a fesse Alberton, [Devon,] ar. two bars sa. betw. thive
gu. cottised of the second, voided of the first. ogTOsses, within a bordure engr. of the second.
Akeland, or Akelout, [Gloucester,] ar. on a bend, Albertus, or Alasco, [Poland,] gu. a hull of
cottised gu. three mullets or. a ship, having only a mainmast and a top, with-
Akklham, [York,] gu. a maunch betw. eight out iuiy tackhng, or.
- cinquefoils in crie ar. Albery, [Wickiugham, Berkshire, 1590,] g-u. a
Akelitz, Akelits, or Hakelut, gu. three cross engr. betw. four stock-doves ar. —
Crest, a
hidberts or. stock-dove az. holding in his beiik a br<\nch,
Akentiiorp, [Akenthorp, Derbyshii-e,] vert a leaves and stalk vert, fructed gu.
chcv. betw. three escallops or. Albin. See Albon.
Akeris, or Akyris, ar. on a bend sa. tlu-ee Albino, ar. three bendlets gii.
acorns or, husked vert. Alblastek. The same as Arblaster.
Akerman, [London,] quarterly, per fesse in- Albominster, [Cornwall,] ar. a chief az.
dented first and fourth, gu. in chief, a maunch Albon, vert, on a bend ar. three crosses formee^
ar. in base, an acorn-sprig or, second and third litchee az.
or, thi-ee dragons' heads couped of the first. Albon, or Albin, ar. a tomb-stone gu.
Crest, out of a palhsado coronet or, an arm cm- Albone, ar. a lion unarmed gu.
bowed, habited gu. culf ar. holding in the hand Alborough, gu. a fesse betw. six cross crosslets
ppr. au oak-brancb vert, fructed or. [Granted,
A L D A L D
Alhorough, az. a fesse betw. lliree cross crosslets Aldam, one ray of the sun issuing out of the
az.
ar. dexter comer of the escocheou bendways or.
Alhorongh, or AUmrgh. The same, field sa. Aldam, or Alden, gu. three crescents erm. two
Alboroiigh, or Albrough, ar. a fesse betw. three and one. (Another, the same, within a bordure
cross crosslets titcbec az. engr. ar.)
AlberoiKjh, or Alhorowjh, gu. (Another, sa.) a Aldam, [Kent,] az. thesun in splendour or.
fesse betw. tliree cross crosslets ar. (Another, Aldbraham, az. the sun iu splendour ppr.
plahi crosses.) Aldbright, ar. a fesse betw. three cross cross-
Alberough, [Somersetshire,] .'^a. two swords in lets az.
saltier ar. hilt and pomcls gold, betw. four ileurs- ALDBtTRGii, ar. a fesse betw. tliree cross crosslets
de-lis or, a bordiire erm. Crest, —
a fox ar. col- fitchee az.
lared and lined or. Aldr, [Kent,] erm. on a chief sa. two griflins
Albrizth, St. [^a Dane, founder of the Minster, combatant ar.
of Hertford,'] az. tluee clicv. or, a label of Aide, ar. on a pale sa. betw. two ogresses, a demi
three jjoints ar. lion rampant or.
Alberiuiry, or Aberbuky, or, a fosse em- Aide.SeeAuLD.
battled sa. Aluen, [Hertfordshire, and of the Temple,
Alby, gu. a fesse cheeky or and .az. betw. tlu-ee London,] gu. a bezant betw. three crescents,
fleurs-de-lis gold. within a bordure, engr. erm. Crest, out of a —
Albyn, or, on a cross sa. five eaglets displayed ducal coronet, per pale gu. and sa. a demi hon
ar. or. [Granted 1G{)7.']
Albyn ETTO, gii. a lion rampant or. Alden, or, a bat's wing gu. surmounted of another,
Alciiorn, [Kent,] ar. a buck's head cabossed sa. az. —
Crest, out of a coronet ar. two wings, as
and chief indented of the second. Crest, a— in the arms.
human heart gu. ducally crovrned or, betw. a Alden, gu. three crescents, -within a bordure engr.
pair of wings ai-. erm.
Alcock, [Kent,] ar. on a fesse gii. betw. three Alden, gu. three crescents, enu. witliiu a bordure,
scythes sa. as many fleurs-de-lis or.- Crest, out — engr. ar.
of a ducal coronet az. a demi swan erm. wings Alder, gu. three crescents erm. and a bordure
expanded, and ducally crowued or. engT. ar.
AlcocJc, ))er pale or and az. a chev. betw. three Alderbery, ar. three bunches of alderbcrries
. eagles displayed, all counterchanged, on a chief ppr.
gu. three lozenges erm. Alderbery, or, a fesse embattled sa,
Alcock, [Siberloft, Leicestershire,] gu. a fesse Alderby. The same as Albkrbury.
betw. three cocks' heads erased ar. beaked and Alderford, [Norfolk,] ar. a saltier az. — Crest,
crested or. —
Crest, a cock, erm. barbed, mem- a rat ppr.
bered, crested, and wattled, or. [Granted Alderford, or, a saltier az*
to Thomas Alcock, of that place, June 8, Alderford, [SVar^vick shire,] ar. on a saltier az.
1G16.] betw four griffins' heads erased, erm. a leopard's
.

Alcock, ar. a fesse betw. three cocks' heads erased face and four lozenges or.
sa. membered
gu. Alderford, [Warwickshire and Worcestershire,] ar.
Alcock, [Bishop of Ely,] ar. a fesse betw. three on a saltier az. a tyger's head erased or.
cocks' heads erased sa. within a bordure gu. Aldernam, az. the sun in splendom- ppr.
charged with eight crowns or. Alderne, [Suffolk,] gu. three cross crosslets or,
Alcock, [Cheshire,] ar. a fesse gu. betw. three a chief of the second.
scythes, sa. Aldersey, [London and Kent,] gu. on a bend
Alcock, ar. on a fesse gu. three fleurs-de-lis or, engr. ar. betw. two cinquefoils of the second,
betw. as many scythes ppr. three leopards' faces vert. —
Crest, on a plume of
Alcock, ar. on a cliev. betw. three cocks' beads feathers ar. a demi g-riflin gu.
erased sa. the tsvo in chief respecting each other, Aldersey, gu. on a bend engr. betw. two cinque-
and betw. them the letters AL. az. an escallop foils or, three leopards' faces az.
shell or. Aldersey, [Cheshire,] gu. on a bend betw. two
Aldam, [Sussex and Kent,] az. a pile waved, cinquefoils or, throe leopard's faces az.
issuing out of the dexter corner of the escochcon Alderson, ar. three saracens' heads affrontee
bendways or. couped at the shoulders ppr. wreathed about the
Aldam, [Sufl'olk,] az. a bend wavy or. temples of the first and sa. quartering az. three

A L D A L F
boars' heads couped, in pale or, for Lloyd. Alefe, per fesse.. .. a lion rampant betw. three
Crest of Alderson, on a vreath, a dove, holding crosses pattee fitehee
in the beak an olive-branch ppr. —
Crest of Lloyd, Alegii, vert, a saltier betw. four eagles displayed
viz. on a wreath, a boar's head couped or. or.
[Bo?-ne hi/ Christopher Alderson Alderson, Esq. Alesbury, or Aylesbury, az. a cross ar.
fformerlij Lloyd, J of the Five Houses, Uomer- Alesford, gu. a fret engT. enn.
ton, jUiddlesex, v:ho, by royal license, in 1S12, Alexander, [Scotland,] per pale ar. and sa. a
assumed (he surncane of Alderson only.] Sub- A chev. betw. two mullets in chief, and a crescent
scriber. See Plate of Arms. ill base, all counterchanged.

Alderson, az. a chev. engjr. erm. bctw. three suns Alexander, per pale ar. and sa. a chev. bctw. a
in splendour ppr. —
Crest, on a wreath, behind a vmting pen fesseways in chief, and a crescent in
mount vert, thereon a branch of alder, the sun base, all counterchanged.
risinn- ppr. Alexander, per pale ar. aiul sa. a chev. bruised at
Aldevvi>'CKLE, ar. on a cross formee, gu. a mul- the top, and in base a crescent counterchanged.
let or. — Crest, a horse's head couped gu. bridled
AJdeu-inclle, ar. a cross formee ^. [Confirmed ar.

1584.] Alexander, per pale ar. and sa. a chev. and in base

Aldeivinckle, gu. four lozenges ar. one, two, and a crescent, coiuiterchanged, a canton az. charged
one. with a harp or. —
Crest, on a wreath, a cubit
Aldeninkell, quarterly, first, erm. on a cross arm erect holduig a s^vord ppr. pomel aud hilt or.
formee gu. a mullet or secondly, sa. three but-
; lBor7ie by James Alexander, Esq. 3J.P. of
terflies v^ithin a bordure engr. ar. Summer-Hill, near Tunbridge, ICenl, 1823.]
Aldham, [Shimpling, Norfolk,] or, two talbots Alexander, ar. five bars gu. over all a lion rampant
passant sa. langued gu. lietw. tn'o Haunches of or, crowned, and sustaining a battle-axe of the
the second. —
Crest, a talbot's head erased or, last. —
Crest, a cock ar. beaked aud membered
gorged with a collar sa. lined gu. or.
Aldham, az. a star of nine points or. Alexander, gu. a lion sejant on a chair, and hold-
Aldliam, az. a sun ar. ing in his paws a battle-axe ai-.
Aldham, [Kent,] az. a pile or. Alexander, paly of six ai". and az. ou a bend gu.
Aldeed, gii. a chev. betw. three griflius' heads three mullets of the first.

erased ar. Alexander, or Sanderson, [Durham,] paly of six


Aldrcd, gu. a chev. engr. betw. three gTiffius' heads ar. and az on abend sa. a sword ar.

erased ar. Alexander, az. on a mount vert, a falcon, with


Aldrich, [Dr. Vice-Chancellor of Oxford and wings expanded, looking at an estoile ar.
Dean of Christ-Church,] or, on a fesse vert, a Alexander, [Do\er, Kent,] baiTy of ten ar.
bull passant ar. armed or. and az. a lion rampant gu. holdhig a battle-axe
Aldrich, [Cheam, Surrey,] ar. on a fesse or, a or.
bull passant az. Alexander, ar. five bars gu. over all a hon rampant
Aldridgk, bordure az. bezantee, on a dex-
ar. a crowned, or, supporting a battle-axe of the
ter canton gai. three swords barways, in pale ar. last. — Crest, a cock ar. beaked and membered
hilt and pomcls or, the points to the dexter side. gu.
— Crest, a plioenix in flames ppr. on the breast Alexander, [Winton,] az. a chev. betw. tlu-ee
and each wing a bezant. [Granted to John talbots' heads erased ar. collared gu. Crest, a—
Aldridye, of Kinysclere, Hants, 1772.] talbot's head erased a)-, collared gu.
Aldrich, vert, a chev. betw. three garbs or, Aleynsheuls, gu. a bend embattled counter-
over all a bend gu. embattled ar.
Aldrington, sa. on thret> hawk-lures ar. as many Alfeyn, gu. a fret erm.
annulets gii. Alkord, [Berkshire,] gu. six pears or, three and
Aldrinyton, sa. three hawk-lines, penned, stringed, three, barwa\s, a chief or. —
Crest, a boar's
and ringed, ar. head ar. with a brcken spear, haiulle thi'ust do\vn
Aldrinylon, Alderinylon, Allerrinyfon, or Akw- the mouth or.

rimjton, sa. three hawk-lures ar. attached or. Alford, [Surrey, Yorkshire, and Salop,] gu. six
Aldvvohth, [Bristol and Wiltshire,] ar. a peajs or, three, two, and one, a chief of the
chev. gai. betw. three boars' heads couped, second. —
Crest, a boar's head ar. in his mouth
within an orle of eight cross crosslets fitehee three feathers of a i)heasant's tailpi)r.
az. Alford, [Ipswich, Sufl'olk,] ar. a hind's head
[ ^ ]
— i

A L G ALL
couped az. collared or, betw. two bazle-boughs human heart gu. euflamed or, charged with a
vert, fructed or. tower triple towered ar. [Grniiied to Lan-
Alford, [SufiToIk,] ar. on a saltier az. betw. four celot Algood, of Norlhumherland and Devon,
griftms' heads erased gii. a liou passaiit or. 1752.]
Alford, gu. a cross moline ar. Alicock, [Northamptonsliire,] gu. a fesse or,
Alford, [Devou,] ar. two greyhounds current in betM-. three cocks' heads erased ar. combed and
pale sa. v.attled gold. —Crest, a cock erm. combed and
Alford, [Northampton,] gu. fretty erni. wattled or. [Corifrmed by Seyar, lOlG,]
Alforth, [Yorkshire,] gu. three pears, the stalks Alishoknk, az. a cross ar.
upwards, and a chief or. Alison, parted per bend gu. and or, a fleur-de-
Alfounukr, [Ivirkby and Dedhara, Essex,] ar. lis counterchanged.
on a cross az. betw. four birds sa. five nails or. Aliter, vert, au eagle displayed or.
— Crest, an ai-m, couped at the elbow, and Aljov, ar. three hearts conjoined in triangle by
erect, vested gn. cuffed ar. in the liand ppr. the points gu. and in base a martlet sn.
three nails or, all betw. two viugs ar. Alkington, [Salop,] quarterly or and gu. an
Alfred, gyrouny of four pieces az. and gu. a eagle displayed counterchanged.
cross bottone, on the upper end a crown or, on Alkins, ar. three bais az. in chief, tluee tor-
the nether end a bezant. teauxes.
Alfred, [King,] chequy or and purp. on a chief sa. Allakdice, ar. a fesse wavy gn. betw. three
a liou passant guardant or. boars' heads erased sa. (Another, within abordure
Alfred, [King, West Saxous,] chequy ar. and az. of the second.) — Crest, a stalk of wheat and a
on a chief gu. a liou rampant guardant or. branch of palm in saltier ppr.
Alfreton, az. two chev. or. Allaton, or Alton, gu. three chev. vair on a
Alfrev, erm. on a chief indented sa. three cliief ai-. a lion passant guardant az.
swans' necks erased ar. gorged with a cro-Nvu gu. Allen, or, a chev. betw. three bloodhounds pas-
and thereto chains aflixed or. sant sa. collared of the first, armed gu. —Crest,
Alfrcy, [Sussex,] per fesse sa. and erm. a pale on a coronet or, lined erm. a bloodhound pas-
counterchanged, three ostriches' necks erased ar. sant sa. collared or, aimedgu. [Grantedhy Sir
gorged with crowns gu. X\'iltiam Segar, Garter, 1610, to Christopher
Alfrey, [Shoreham,] ar. on a chev. sa. a fleur-de- Allen, gent. Jiorne by the Aliens, of Grove,
lis of the field. near Maidstone, Kent!]
Alfrey, [Sussex, 1591,] per fesse sa. and erm. a Allen, [Sir Thomas, Earl. Thaxsted, Essex,] sa. a
pale counterchanged, tlu-ee ostriches' beads cross potent or. —
Crest, a demi liou az. hold-
erased ar. gorged with crowns and lines or. ing in the two paws a rudder of a vessel or.
Crest, an ostrich's head and neck betw. two [^Borne, also, by Sir Thomas Allen, of Elnch-
ostriches' feathers ar. tei/, Middlesex.

Alfrey, ar. a fesse bet^v. three boars' heads couped Allen, [Sir Thomas, Bart. Bhmdesdon, Suffolk,]
sa. gu. two swords bar« ays ar. hilts and pommels or,
Alfrey, [Sussex,] ar. on a chev. sa. three fleurs- betw. four mullets of the third.
de-lis of the first. Allen, [Sir William, ICnt. Kent,] per fesse sa. and
Al/frey, per fesse sa. and erm. a pale counter- or, a pale engr. counterchanged and three tal-
chnnged, three ostriches' necks erased ar. gorged bots passant or, collared gu.
with ducal coronets, and lined or. —
Crest, on a Allen [M.D. London,] ar. a bend indented betw.
^vreatb, an ostrich's neck couped ar. ducaliy a crescent and mullet gu.
gorged or, betw. two ostriches' feathers ppr. Allen, [Whetston, Leicestershire,] per pale ar.
[Jiorne hi/ Edward Allfrey, Esq. of Salehurst, and sa. a chev. betw. three talbots passant and
Sussex, 1823.] colhu'cd, all counterchanged.
Alfroy, ptirty per fesse gu. and sa. tlu-ee swans' Allen, [London,] jicr pale ar. and sa. a chev.
heads erased ar. crowned or. betw. three talbots sejant, collared, all coimter-
Algar, or, au eagle displayed sa. membered changed. —Crest, a demi griCin, holding in the
claws a branch fructed or.
Algernon, a lion rampant az. maned gu.
or, Allen, [London,] per pale ar. and sa. a chev.
Algood, ar. a cross eiigx. gu. betw. four mullets engr. betw. three talbots counterchanged.
az. on a chief or, three damask roses of the se- Allen, [Essex,] sa. on a chev. or, betw. three be-
cond, seeded or, barbed vert. —
Crest, two arms zants, charged with as many talbots passant of the
embowed in armour, holding in the hands ppr. a first, three crescents az.

ALL ALL
Alien, [London,] barry of six ar. and az. over all

— Crest, a bezant charged with a talbot's he^d
an anclior in pale with two cables fixed to the erased sa.
ring, noded and pendiuit or. Allen, ar. a chev. betw. tliree roses gu.
Alien, [London,] or, three oc^esses, on each a Allen, gu. on a cross pattee ar. fi\e escallop shells
Uilbot passant ar. on a chief gu. a lion pas- az.
sant puardant erin. betw. two anchors of tiie Allen, [London,] per fesse gu. and sa. a chev.
field. rompu betw. three grilfins' heads erased erm.
Alleit, sa, a cross forruce or. Crest, a griffin's head erased, per fesse erm.
Allen, ar. on a chev. g^ri. three lozenges of the and gu. [Granted to Kdward Allen, Esq. She-
field, each charged with a cross crosslet sa. riff'of London, ]600.]
Allen, OT Alleijn, [Sufiolk, Cheshire, and Wilts,] Allen, [Essex,] or, on a fesse vert, three lions ram-
per bend sinister or and sa. six martlets couu- pant of the field.
tercluuiged. —
Crest, a marllet ar. wnged, and Allen, sa. three lozenges or, two and one.
holdnig in the beak an acorn or, leaved vert. Allen, ar. tliree lozenges sa.
Allen, [Yorkshire,] sa. a fesse engr. betvv. three Allen, [Viscount Allen, Ireland,] ar. tv\'o bars
(albots jjassant or, collared gu. wavy az. on a chief of. the last an estoile betw.
Allen, per chev. ar. and sa. six martlets counter- —
two escallops or. Crest, a bezant charged witli
changed. a talbot's head erased sa. Supporters, two tal-
Allen, [Ivfjiccstershire,] per pale ar. and sa. a chev. bots sa.
betw. tiiree talbots pass;iut counterchanged, col- Allen, [Francis, Esq. Chelsea, 15G3,] ar. a pale
lared or. gu. surmounted with a chev. counterchanged,
Allen, [London, Derby, and StafTordsliire,] per charged with a cinquefoil gu. —
Crest, a talbot's
chev. gu. and erm. in chief two lions' heads head erased, per pale indented ar. and gu. col-
erased or.— Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a lared and chained sa.
horse's head ar. Allen, [Devon,] barry of six ar. and gu. six mul-
Allen, [Ireland,] ar. a chev. gu. betw. three ogresses, lets, three, two, and one, or. —
Crest, a mullet gu.
each charged with a talbot or, on a chief of the pierced or.
second a lion passant betw. two crescents of the Allen, [London,] per fesse, gu. and sa. a chev.
first. rompu counterchanged.
Allen, [Essex,] or, on a chev. engr. az. three cres- Allen, [Derby,] or, a fesse gu. betw. three oak-
cents of the first betw. as many plates, each leaves ppr. [Granted to Georye Allen, of Stan-
chiu-ged with a greyhound current sa. collared gu. ion- Woodhouse, June 16, 1.58(j.]
Allen, or, on a chev. sa. three martlets ai-. betw. as Alain, quarterly, gu. and az. a fion rampant ai-.
many ogresses, each charged with a talbot or, Alain, [Essex,] sa. a cross potence or.
on a chief az. a demi lion rampant, betw. two Alan, Fitz, or, four ban-idets gu.
dragons' heads erased or. Alan, [Earl of Richmond,] erm.
Allen, [Surrey,] ar. a chev. betw. three cinque- Alan, [of Galloway,] az. a lion rampant ar. cro-svned
foils gu. —
Crest, an arm couped at the elbow or.
anderect, holding a human heart, the arm issuing Alan, sa. a cross crosslet or.
out of llanics of fire, all ppr. [^Borne hy the Alan, [ViscountRohan,] gu. teumascles pierced or.
founder of Dulwich College, Surrey.} Allan, per bend indented ar. and gu. in chief
Allen, or Alleine, or, a chev. betw. three leopards' two crescents, and in base a star, ;iJl comitcr-
faces gu. changed.
Allen, [Kent,] or, a chev. betw. three bloodhounds Allan, [Hertfordshire,] sa. a cross potent or,

upon the scent sa. Crest, on a mount vert, Allan, [Scotland,] az. a fion rampant ar.
paled round or, a hound sa. collared of the last. Allan, [Scotland,] per bend indented, ar. and gu.
Allen, az. a fesse nebulee erm. a crescent in chief of the second, mid in base a
Allen, [Lancashire,] barry nebulee of six pieces mullet or.
ar. and gu. a label of three points az. Allan, Fitz, barry of eight, or. and gu.
Allen, [Sussex and Sull'olk,] ar. two bars sa. in Allcyn, sa. a cross potent ar.
chief three mullets of the second. Alluyn, [Sir Edward. Bart.] sa. a cross potent or.
Alkn, ar. three bars gu. over all as many towers, Alleyne, [Hayesleigh, Essex,] ar. on a fesse
tri|)k'-towcred or, two and one. vert, three fleurs-de-lis of the first.
Allen, sa, a cross potence or, fretty gu. Alleyne, per chev. gu. and erm. in chief two lions'
Allen, [Dublin,] ar. two bars wavy az. on a chief heads erased ar.— Crest, out of a ducal coronet
of the second an estoile betw. two escallops or. or, a horse's head ar.
[c2]
— —

ALL A L M
Allyn, per fesse, Cfu. ajid sa. a chev. rompu Alley, az. a ))ale crm. betw. t\\o lions rampant of
betw. three grifliiis' heads erased erni. on a can- the second, ducally crowned or.
ton ur. a cross potent betw. four crosses pattee Alley, [Bishop of Exeter,] same arms.
or. —Crest, a t;ee eradicated vert, the branches Alley, az. a pale erm.
fructed with berries gu. AUye, [Dorset,] or, a talbot's head erased sa.
Allin, [Bart. Suffolk,] "u. a cinquefoil pierced ou a chief embattled of the second, three plates
or. —Crest, a snake coiled up and environed with or bezants. — Crest, a stag's head erased, per pale
flags, i. e, rushes ppr. ar. and or, attired of the first.
Ali/n, Fitz, ar. three boars' heads couped vert, AUye, [Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire,] az. a lion
eared or. —
rampant ar. Crest, a leopard's head or, betw.
Alhjn, [London,] az. a pale eiigr. eriu. two wings sa.
Allyn, [Banipton, Devon,] per bend rolnpu ar. and Allgood, or, a leopard's head az. and two cocks
sa. six martlets and au annulet in the dexter gu. betw. as many flanches sa. each charged with
chief point counterchauged. a fleur-de-lis ar.
Ahlen, per fesse ar. and az. a stock or trunk of Allyood, [Northumberland,] ar. a cross engr. betw.
a tree, couped and eradicated in Lend or. four midlets gu. on a chief az. three roses of the
Allen SON, az, an inescocheon ar. first.
Alknson, paly wavy of six or and az. on a chief Allikone, vert, on a bend ar. three crosses for-
gu. a liou passant guardant or. —
Crest, a demi mee fitchee az.
bon nunpant guaidant or, liolding a cross gu. Allixgton, or Ollingtox, [London,] or, a
Al/eusoii, az. chev. ar. lion —
rampant within a bordure engr. az. Crest,
A Hanson, [Duke,] az. three fleurs-de-lis or, a out of a ducal coronet or, a buck's head ppr. at-
bordure gu. tired of the first, pierced tluough the neck with
Allaunsnn, [Durham,] ar. a fesse az. betw. t^vo an arrow of the last, barbed and flighted ar.
boars' heads sa. couped gu. —
Crest, a pheon ar. Allincjfan, [Giles Lord, Horse-Heath, Cambridge-
in a broken stafl-liandle or.
it shire,] sa. a bend engr. betw. six billets ar.
Allerdes, [Scotland,] ar. a fesse wavy gu. betw. —
(Another, eight.) Crest, a talbot passant erm.
thiee boars' heads erased sa. AlUnylon, ar. a bend betw. eight billets sa. (Ano-
Allekton, per chev. sa. and ar. in chief two ther, the bend eiigT.)— Crest, a talbot passant erm.
barrulets of the last. AlUnylon, sa. a fesse engr. betw. six billets ar.
AUerlon, three bars sa. in chief three pellets
ar. AlUnylon, [Sir William, Knt.] sa. a bend engr.
within a bordure engr. of the second. betw. six billets ar.
AUerlon, ar. two bars sa. iu chief three pellets. AUington, az. a bend engr. betw. six billets ar.
AUcrton, per chev. sa. and or, three bars gemels ar. Allott, [Lancashire and Lincohishire,] ar. ou
AUerlon, ar. a chev. betw. tliree lions' heads erased a bend sa. a demi liou of the field betw. two
sa. ogresses. (Another, the field or.)
AUerlon, ar. two bars sa. in chief three pellets, a Allott, [South Kirkby, Yorkshire,] or, a fesse
bordure engr. of the second. az. betw. four barrulets wavy of the last, osi a
Allesley, [Warwickshire,] vert, three chev. canton of the second, two bars ar. charged with
iu base, interlaced, a chief or. tliree swallows volant sa. viz. on the first, two ;

AUesley, ar. a bend az. in chief an ainndet of the second, one. — Crest, a cubit arm erect, vested,
second. or, chaiged w ith a fesse betw. four barrulets,
Allestkev, ar. a bend az. betw. three escocheons cufled ar. holding in the hand pjir. a mullet or.
gu. each charged with a fesse of the tirst, a chief [Granted, June 9, 1729.]
of the second. A.II0II, [Lord ]\]ayor, L59i,]ar. on a pale sa. betw.
Alhslry, ar. a chev. az. on a bend gu. three esco- two pellets, a demi lion couped or.
cheons parted per fesse vert and ar. Allport, [Cannock, Stafl'oidshire,] barry wavy
Alleslry, ar. a chief gii. on a bend az. tliree es- of eight, ai-. and az. on a bend or, three mullets
cocheons counterchanged of the first and se- gu. —
Crest, a demi liou erm. gorged with a
cond. raurid coronet gu.
Allett, [Iwood, Somersetshire,] or, on a pale sa. ALL^Y EXT, gu. a chev. betv/. three fleurs-di-hs erm.
betw. two pellets, a demi lion rampant gold. Allworth, [Devon,] ar. a fesse betw. six bil-
Crest, a unicom's head ar. collared sa. lets gu.
Alley, [Sir Joiin, Knt.] gu. a cross ar. within a ALL-i -M, or AuuLY.M, ar. tluee crabs erect sa.
bordure invecked of tlie second. Alman, [Pearnsey, Sussex,] per beud dexter
Alley, gu. a cross engT. witliiu a bordure ar. or and sa. a cross potent counterchanged.
A L S ALT
CrosI, a \vg in armour, spurred or, coupetl in Alsop, [Alsop and Derby,] sa. a chev. betw. tbree
the middle of the thig-h. sheldrakes or. (Another, hawks close or.)
Alinan, ar. a spread eagle sa. armed or. Alsop, az. three doves ppr. on a canton or. a key
Ai-MARAiiE, ai-. a drapoii segreant, wiuged, az. erect sa. —
Crest, a dove holding in tlie beak ;iii
Almakli:. See Albermarle. ear of corn, all ppr. in the dexter cUiw a key
Ai'MAVNE, or, an eagle displayed sa. armed as in the canton. [Granted to Ilohcrt Alsop
pi'- of London, 1738.]
Almer, iiz. a lion rampant or, armed and langued Alsop, [Lord Mayor of London, 17o'i,] az. three
doves 01', on a canton ar. a key in pale gu.
Almi;ricis, or, fretty sa. on a chief of the last Alsope, [Derbyshire,] per fesse or and crm. ii
throe bezants. — Crest, a nag's head erased ar. pale counterchanged, tlu-ee muUets sa.
ducaliy gorged or. Alsopp, [London, 1597,] sa. on a bend betw.
Almosh, ar. an almond slip fructed ppr. .sLx doves ar. legged gu. three pheons of tlie

Almonder, or, an almond shp fructed ppr. first. —


Crest, a dove ar. legs gii. betw. two
Almont, gu. a cross vair. ostrich feathers sa.
Al.mot, [Sulfolk,] ar. a chev.bet^v. three escallops ALSPACfl, ar. a bend cottised within a bordnre
sa. engt. gu. in tliesinister corner a mullet pierced
and Alneol, qTiarterly per pale in-
Alinot, A/iiof, sa.
dented or and gu. on tiie first and fourth, five Alspa/h, or Alspach, ar. a bend sa. cottised gu.
mascles conjunct, one, three, arid one. [Borne hj Sir Gerard Alspatli.']
A L.MS, gu. three stags' heads erased, or. Crest, — Alspathe, ar. a bend sn. cottised gu. within a
on a v.Teath, a stag's head as in the arms. [il. bordure of the third.
I. to Captain James Alms, H.N. in Chichester Alstantox, ar. tlirec sea-urchins or hedge-hog
caihedral.'] fish erect ar.
Aeneham, az. five fusils in fesse or, a bendlet Alston, [Sir Thomas, Knt. and Bart, his bro-
g-u. ther Sir John Alston, Knt. and Edward Alston,
Alnwick, ar. a cross moline sa. M.D. Bedfordshire,] az. ten stars, four, three,
Alnwick, or Almeicu/ce, paly of six az. and or, two, and one, or. —
Crest, an estoile or, in a
on a chief gu. three cross crosslets of the first. crescent ar.
Alphe, [Hants,] ar. a lion passant, betw. three Alstone, [Sir Jos. Bart. Chelsea, Sliddlesex,] the
boars' heads couped sa. —
Crest, out of a ducal same.
coronet, an eagle's head. Alstone, [Newton-jMarleford and Assington, Suf-
Alpiiex, ar. a fesse betw. three boars' heads folk,] az. ten stars ar. four, tlu-ee, two, and one.
erased sa.
Alphenn,
— Crest, an estoile or, in a crescent ar.
ar. a fesse betw. three boars' heads Alstons, gu. ten estoilcs of eight points in pile
couped sa. lying paleways. or.
Alpjiew, or Alphegh," ar. a fesse betw. three Alstowne, gu. three sea-ui-chins or hedge-hog
boars' heads couped sa. fish in pale ar.
Alphuaman, az. three eagles displayed betw. Altaripa, az. five fusils in fesse ar. a bcndlet gu.
nine cross crosslets or. Alteripe, az. five fusils in fesse ar. on the third
Ali'IN, or, a fesse betw. tliree bullfinches ppr. a crescent gu.
Alpram, [Cheshire,] three eagles displayed or. Alten, ar. a bend of lozenges and roses, alter-
Alpram, az. semee de crusily, three eagles dis- nately disposed, gu.
played or. Alten, gu. three eagles, wings expansed, or.
Alput, az. an eel powte ar. Alten, ar. a ragged staff, embowed to the sinister,
Alred, [Jlolderness, Yorkshire,] gu. a chev. sa.
betw. three grillins' heads erased ar. armed or. Altham, [London and Essex,] paly of six, erni.
-A-LREY, ar. three escallop shells gu. two and one. and az. on a chief gu. a Hon passant giiardant
AL.SACHER, or
Alsaglr,
I [Ciicsliire,] az". three askers' or or. — Crest, a demi lion, holding a ship's rudder
5 water lizards' heads couped or. sa.
Alsarin,
erased
az. an asker, or water lizard's head Altham, [Essex,] ar. a lion salient sa. — Crest, the
or. same as the preceding.
Alsop, [Derby and Leicestershire,] sa. three Altiian, per pale beviled az. and or.
dovf iiiigs expanded, legged and beaked Altrew, or Altrue, sa. two hands couped
P". —
Crest, a dove with wings expanded, hold- above the \vx\&i, conjoined cheveronwisc, sleeved
«u>g in the beak an ear of wheat.
or, cufl'ed ar.
A M A A M E
Altreuw, per fesse gu. and ar. tvro hands coiiped Amader, [Plymouth, Devon,] az. a chev. eriu,
and coujoined, cheveronwise counterchanged. betw. tliree oaken slips acomed ppr.
Alvan'STON, ar. three crahs erect gu. Amand, or, fretty sa. on a chief of the second,
Alverd, 0); Alurf.d, [Ipswich,] ar. on a sal- three bezants. CAnother, three plates; and
tier az. betw. four gjifiins' heads erased gxi. a (mother, two mullets.)
leopard's head betw. four lozenges or. Amand, ar. a lion rampant, coward, purp.
Alvert, ar. on a saltier az. betw. four griffins' Amand, Ainane, or Amarme, per pale ar. and sa.
heads erased gu. a leopard's head or. a chev. ermines and erm. betw. six martlets
Alvkkston, [Dunniorc,] az. a cross patonce counterchanged.
betw. four fleurs-de-lis or. —
Crest, a gTeyhoimd Amari.e, or Armarlk, ar. guttee de sang,
salient sa. tliree bars humets nz. or sa.
Alvf.rthorp, sa. a cross pattee or. Amarle, az. two bars, within a bordure ar. guttee
Alves, ar. on a chev. az. betw. three trefoils slip- de sang.
ped vert, as many mullets of the field, a bor- Amary, gu. on a cross engr. ar. four cinquefoils
dure sa. — Crest, on a wreath, a garb ppr. of the 'ao\A.
Alway-, ar. a fesse betw. three lions rampant sa. Amary, [Essex,] gu. a cross cngT. ar. charged with
crowned or. five cinquefoils of the field.
AJwaye, [Streetley, Bedford.shire,] a falbot
or, Ajiatyst, ar. on a bend sa. three cinquefoils of
passant sa. on a chief of the second three mart- the field.
lets of tlie first. —
Crest, a hind's head ar. betw. Amhemont, erm. on a pile az. three fleiu-s-de-hs
two holly-branches vert, fructed with berries gu. or.
Alworth, or Aylworth, [LL.D. and Chan- Ambesace, and Amborace, or, three dice sa.
cellor of the diocess of Oxon,] or, a saltier en- each charged with an ace ar. (Another, the
gr. betw. twelve billets sa. dice gu.)
Alwortiiy, ar. on a chev. hcUv. three trefoils Amberg, gyronny of sLx az. and or.
slipped sa. three mullets of the field. AMBERSA^r, or, on a chev. betw. three bears'
Alwyn, Fitz, [Lord ^Mayor, from 1189 to 1212, heads coupcd sa. as many cinquefoils of the
inclusive,] gu. on a saltier ar. betw. four wea- first.

ther-cocks, the supporters and vanes of the se- Ambett, gyronny of eight pieces or and az.
cond, the cross crosslets or, five martlets of the four annulets of the first.
field. Amborow, ar. a chev. betw. three boars' heads
Alwyn, [Sir Richard, Knt.] ar. a fesse nebulee erased sa. muzzled or.
az. betw. two lions passant sa. Ambrose, [Lancashire,] ar. three dice (by some
Alwyn, [Lord Mayor of London, 1499,] ar. a called billets) sa. each charged -svitb a mullet of
fesse nebulee az. betw. three lions rampant guar- the field. (Another, annulets or.)
dant sa. Ambrose, [Lancashire,] or, tlu-ee humets sa.
Alwyn, [Devon,] two coats, first, ar. three lions charged with as many annulets ar.
passant ((mother, rampant) sa. fretty az. se- Amcots, [Essex,] ar. a tower tripled towered
cond, per pale or and az. three eagles coun- betw. three covered cups az. —
Crest, a squirrel
terchanged. passant gii. holding in his mouth a nut or. See
Alwyn, [Plaistow, Essex,] ar. a fesse nebulee gu. Ayncotes.
betw. three lions rampant sa. —
Crest, a hon's Amcoles, [Astrop; Lincolnshire,] ar. a tower betw.
gamb erect and erased sa. enfiled with a mural three covered cups az. —
Crest, on a wreath, a
crown or. squirrel sejant gu. holding to his mouth a nut
Alwyn, or, a chev. betw. three goats passant sa. or. {Granted 1518.]
Alwyn, sa. a chev. betw. three goats ar. Amcotes, [Writcnby, IJucolnshire,] the same, a
Alwyn, [London,] ar. a fesse wavy az. betw. three crescent for difl'erence.
lions sahant sa. Amenes, and Ann'ENELE, ar. a fesse betw. six
Alwyne, a chev. ar. betw. tlu-ee goats' beads
or, annulets gu.
of the second, attired of the first. Am FRANCE, gu. four mascles in bend ar. betw.
Alyson, [Kent, 1585,] ar. a fesse az. betw. eight cross crosslets or.
three boars' heads coupcd sa. —
Crest, a pheon Amerdlky, a lion rampant sa. ducally gorged
ar.
ar. with j)art of a broken shaft in it or. and chain reflexed or.
Alyson, ar. a fesse betw. tlu-eo boars' heads couped Amereditu, [Marston and Taraerton, Devon,]
sa. armed gu. gu. a lion rampant reguardant or. Crest, a — demi
Amaue, ar, an oak branch aconied, orfnicted, ppr. lion sa. ducally gorged and lined or.
AMY A N D
Ameredith, [Devon,] ar. a lion ranipmit sa. collar- bowed holding in the hand three ears of
ppr.
ed and chained or. corn bladed, all or.) [Granted to Sir Georye
Am KR VILE, [Sir Thomas,] parted per chief in- Amijand, of London, 1771.]
dented ar. and gu. tliree tuinulets counter- Amyas, [Tilbury, Essex,] ar. two bars gu. chiir-
changed. —
ged -with three mullets or. Crest, a hind jipr.
AMr.itv, [Earl of Gloucester,] barry bendy of collared gu.
.sL\ ar. and gu. Amy as, gu. three palets ar.
Amenj, az. four mullets, two and tvo, or. Amyas, [Cambridgeshire,] ar. a fesse az. in chief
A Ml. ST, ar. three holly-leaves, barways, the stalks a demi lion ranijjant gu.
towards the dexter, ppr. Amyas, [Norfolk,] ar. a boar's head coujjed, armed
AxiliKUST, o/- Amiiurst, [Keut,]gu. three lances or, betw. three cross crosslets sa. Crest, a —
or, points up^vards ar. two and one.- Crest, ou — stag's head erased or, gorged with a wreath ar.

a mount vert, three lances or, pointed ar. wth- and lied at the end.
sa.
in a chaplet of laurel vert. [Confirmed to Ri- Amyas, [Yorkshii-e,] ar. ou a bend cottised sa.
cliaid Amherst, Esq.li/ WilliaiiL Camden, Cla- thi-ee roses of the field.
renceux, 1G07.] Amyas, sa. a chev. betw. three escallop shells ar.
Ami DAS, [London,] az. a chev. cnu. betw. three Amias, gu. three palets sa.
oak slips, -willuii a bordure engr. or. (Another, Amye, [Cambridge,] or, on a cliief embattle sa.
ar.) tluee mullets of the first. —
Crest, out of a ducal
A.Mii.ESLY, [Gloucestershire,] per pale or and coronet or, an eagle's head ppr. holding in the
ar. a fesse wavy gu. (Another, four bars wavy.) beak a sprig vert.
Ammox, gu. a lion sarcelled, or divided through- Amys, [Essex,] ar. ou two bars gu. three mullets
out in saltier ar. cro«ned or. of the fijst. —
Crest, a hind passant ar. collared
Ammorv, [Oxfordshire,] barry wavy of six pieces,
ar. and gu. a bend sa. Anaf, orCHACOMiiE, [Leicestershire,] or, a chief
Anunory, barry nebidee of six pieces and gu. w aud bend gu.
Ammorij, [Oxford .shire,] az. ou a bend or, three ANiiLER, sa. on a fesse or, betw. thi-ee pheons
eaglets displayed sa. armed gu. ar. a lion passant guardant gu.
Amorie, or l)e Aniorie, [Gloucestershire,] barry Ancelgicks, vair, a canton erm.
ncbulee of six pieces ar. and gu. over all on a Ancell. SeeAuNCELL.

bend sa. three bezants. Crest, out of a mural Ancell, gu. a bend inasculy ar,
coronet or, a talbot's head az. erased of the Ancell, gu. a bend lozengy or.
first. Ancell, or Anscell, [Cornwall,] gu. a saltier engr.
Amortj, az. on a bend or, tlu-ee eaglets displayed ar. betw. four bezants.
gu. Anucell, ox Auncell, [Cornwall,] erm. on a fesse
Amosley, paly of six pieces ar. and az. a bend gu. three cross crosslets or.
.sa. Anscell, or Anstrell, [Barford, Bedfordshu-e,] gu.
Ampiilkt, [Staflordshire,] ar. a fesse betw. three oua saltier or, betw. fourbezants, fourmascles of
lozenges az. in cluef a cinquefoil sa. — Crest, a the field. — Crest, a demi lion az. ducally gorged
dromedary. and liued or.
Ami'Ringen, gu. two pallets ar. a fesse or. Ancher, or Anchor, [Kent,] erm. on a chief
Amr.\s, [Norfolk, originally Kent,] erm. on a az. three lions rampant or, paleways. See

bend sa. three acorns or. Crest, a stag's head AUCIIER.
erased, gorged with a WTeath tied iu a bow. Ancotes, [Lincolnshire,] az. a castle betw. three
Amreni:ll, ar. a fesse betw. six annulets gu. covered cups ar.
Amson, [Lees, Cheshire,] ar. on two b;u-s az. Ancottes, ar. three covered cups sa. on a chief gu.
bcfvr. three leopards' faces iu pale gu. six be- a castle betw. two lions passant or.
zants. —
Crest, a cock blackbird ])pr." betw. two Ancotls. See Ayncotes, Ayncolts, and Ayn-
ostriclies' feathers ar. [^Granted, April20, 1711, court.
John Ainson.]
to Ancrenges, ai". a cross gu. withiu a bordure
A.MUAULii, ajid Amerlky, gu. a cross pattee sa.
vair. And, gu. a romaji ^^ ar,
A.MVAND, [Bart. Loudon,] vert, a chev. betw. Andf.orough, az. a fesse betw. three crosses
three garbs or. —
Crest, an ann einbo\sed, vested bottouee ar. (Another, cross crosslets.)
or, holding in the hand ppr. three stalks of Andby, or Andelby, g-u. a fesse betw. two
wheat gold. (Another crest, a nuked arm em- chev. or.

AND A IN 1)

Andby, or Andellit/, and Anderhij, gai. on abend pierced tlirough the neck with an arrow sa. fea-
or, three niartlots sa. thered ar.
Andhy, or Andlij, ar. a fesse oppressing three Anderson, [Newcastle, Northumberland,] or, on a
chev. gu. chev. gu. betw. three hawks' heads erased sa. as
Andby, or Andcy, [Devon,] ai-. on a bend cottised many acorns, slipped, ar. Crest, an eagle's—
az. three roses or, barbed, vert. head erased ar. holding in the beak, palcways,
ANOELiiY, ar. a cliev. sa. ia chief three cliess au arrow gu. headed and feathered or.
rooks of the second. Anderson, [The same coat, icith a canton of the
AndeJby, ar. a fesse beh\'. two chev. gri. third, charged icith three martlets of the fourth,
Andelev, [Essex,] or, on a fesse betw. three tvas f/ranted to Henry Anderson, of the town
coneys current sa. as many martlets ar. .
of Newcastle, gent. Nov. 3, 1 Edward VI.]
Andemarlk, or Anbkmari.e, [Dorset,] gu. Anderson, [Dowhill,] ar. a saltier engr. sa. betw.
crusuly or, on a bend of the second a mascle a crescent in chief, and three mullets in the
I'rmines. flanks and base, gu. all -within a bordure az.
Anderby. Sec Andhy. Anderson, [Aberdeen,] ar. a saltier waved betw.
Anderdon, sa. two single sliacklebolts in chief, two mullets in the flanks and a crescent in base,
and Crest, on
a double shacklebolt in base ar. — gu. — Crest, a cross-staff erect, marked -with the

a wi-eath, dexter arm embowed in armour


a degiees of latitude. Motto, " Per mare."
p])r. garnished or, the hand apaumee, also ])])r. Anderson, [Glasgow,] ar. a saltier engr. cantoned
[Borne by John Proclor Anderdon, Esq. of -VNith two )uu!lets in chief and in base, as many

Beech-House, Hants, 1823.] crescents in the flanks gu.— Crest, a cloud.


Anderson, [lildinburgh,] ar. a saltier engr. can- Motto, " Recte quod honesie."
toned -svith a nniUet in chief, two crescents in Anderton, [Lancashire,] sa. a chev. betw. three
the flanks, and a cross crosslet fitchee in base shackleholts ar. —
Crest, a curlew ppr.
g-u. Anderton, [Lancashire,] sa. three bugle-horns, {or
Anderson, [Edinburgh,] ar. a saltier engr. sa. a hauchets,) gai-nished ar. two and one. Crest, a —
crescent in chief, and tlu-ee mullets pierced of curlew ar.
the field, two in fesse and one in base gu. Anderton, [Lancashire and Cheshire,] sa.-t\ro sin-,
Crest, on a -svTeatb, au eagle ppr. gle sliacklebolts and one double iir.
Anderson, gri. a saltier or, charged with anotlicr Anderton, [Anderton, Yorkshire,] three coats,
vert. first, sa. three prison-bolts ar. two and one ;
Anderson, ar. a saltier engr. sa. betw. four mullets secondly, az. a lion rampant guardant ai-. thirdly,
g"- vert, tliree bugle horns ar.
Anderson, [of Wester, Airdcrbreck,] ar. a saltier Anderton, [Lancashire,] sa. three chains ar.
engr. betw. two mullets in chief gu. and as many Anderton, [Eldertou,] ar. tliree water bougcts
boars' lieads erased in the ilanks az. —
Crest, an sa.
oak tree. IMotto, " Stand sure." Andesley, ar. two lions' gambs er;ised in saltier
Anderson, [Sir Edmond, Bart. Broughton, Lin- sa.
cohishirc,] ar. a chev. betw. three crosses flory Andesley, ar. two lions' gambs erased per saltier

sa. gu.
Anderson, [Sir John, Bart. St. Ives, Hunting-don.] Andesley, paly of six ar. and az. a bend gu.
The r.ame. Andesley, ar. two lion.s' gambs erased, per saltier,
Anderson, [Sir Stephen, Bart. Eyeworth, Bed- gu. on a quarter, or canton, of the second, tlu-ee
fordshire,] ar. a chev. betw. three crosses botonee purses or
sa. And LAW, saltier quarterly quartered ar.
Anderson, [Pcnley, Hertfordshire,] ar. a chev. and gu.
betw. three cross crosslets. (Another, three Andrew, ar. on a fesse sa. three mascles or, iu
crosses formee,) sa. —
Crest, a spaniel dog- pas- base a crescent gn. and on a chief az. three
sant. mullets of the field.— Crest, a dexter hand,
Anderson, [SirHenry, Bart.] sa. fi\e estoiks holding a laurel branch ppr.
ar. two, one, and two. [Same borne by Andrew, per bend ar. and az. three mullets coun-
Edmund Anderson, of Erhury, Warwick- terchanged, two and one.— Crest, a star or.
shire.] Motto, " Give and forgive."
Anderson, [London,] ar. a chev. betw. three crosses Andrew, gu. three mascles in bend or, betw. two
surcellcy sa. chief a lleur-de-lis gu.
in —
Crest, lions rampant sa.
out of a ducal coronet ar. a hind's bead or, Andrev, [Gloucestershire,] sa. a saltier engr.

AND A N G
orm. on a chief or, three flenrs-de-lis of the vert, cuff ar. charged on the sleeve with a
field. quatrefoil or, in the hand ji})r. a branch vert,
Jndreir, [Backhould and Plymouth, Devon,] sa. thereon three quatrefoils or.

a saltier ar. bctw. three cross crosslets or. Andrews, [Sufiblk and Norfolk,] nr. on a bend
Crest, a stag's head erased sa. attired or. cottised sa. three mullets of the field.
Andkev.'ES, [Suffolk,] ar. on a bend engr. cot- Andrews, [Suffolk,] ar. on a bend engr. sa. thire
tised sa. three mullets of the first hetw. two mullets of the field.
Uons rampant of the second. Andrews, ar. on a bend wavy, cottised, betw. two
Andrcwos, [St. Ediiioud Bury, Suffolk, and Wilt- lions rampant sa. crowned or, three estoiles of
shire,] or, a bend cngr. gu. cottised sa. charged the first. — Crest, on a naval coronet or, a dove
with three mullets ar. volant ar. beaked and legged gu. holding in the
Andrexccs, [Bisbrooke, Rutlandsliire,] az. a cross beak an olive branch vert.
orni. betw. four fleurs-de-hs or. —
Crest, a denii Andrews, ar. on a bend cottised sa. a mullet of
lion or, ducally crowned ar. holding up in the the field.
dexter paw a lumian heart gu. Andros, on a chev. engr. gu. voided az. three
ar.
Andieii:es, [London,] ar. a saltier az. on a chief quatrefoils betw. as many mullets sa.
gu. three mullets or. AxuROWEY, or Andavey, az. a lion rampant
Andrewcs, az. a saltier betw. four crosses forniee guardant or, within an orle of ten cinquefoils ar.
or. Andy. Tiie same as Aundy.
Andiewes, sa. three escocheons ar. each charged i^XKNAYN, or An'ENEYLI,, gu. a fesse betw.
with a lion rampiuit gu. six anniJets ar.
Andrewes, [Dodijigton,] gu. a saltier voided Anfroxs, vaire or and gu. on a canton of the
or. second, a mullet erm.
Andrcices, ar. a cross g^u. in the first quarter a Ange, az. a chev. erm. betw. four crosses formee
martlet sa. ar. —
Crest, a cross formee fitchee or, betw. 1v,o
Andrews, [Sir "NYilliiiin, Bart. Northamptonshire wings az.
and Carlisle,] gu. a saltier or, surmounted of Angeldon, [London,] az. the field replenished
another vert. —
Crest, a moor's head in profile with cross crosslets fitchee or, a luiicorn ar.
ppr. [Granted 13:34.] (Another, the unicorn or.) Crest, a knot sa.—
Andrews, g-u. gyronny of four pieces or. betw. two wings or.
Andrews, [Sir Ilenry, Bart. Lathbury, Bucks, Angell, [Loudon, who came from Pekirk, Lan-
and Suffolk,] ar. on a bend cottised sa. three cashire,] or, three fusils in fesse az. over all a
mullets of the field.— Crest, a stag's head ar. —
baston gu. -Crest, out of a ducal crown or, a
(Another, for the Suffolk branch, a stag's head demi pegasus ar. crined gu.
erased ar. charged Avith a crescent for dif- Angcll, or Aneejoll, gu. a cinquefoil within an
ference.) orle of ten cross crosslets or.
Andreifs, [Kempton-Park, Middlesex,] ar. on a Angell, [Loudon,] or, four fusils in fesse az. over
bend wavy cottised and betw. two lions rampant all a bend gu. —
Crest, on a mount vert, a swan
sa. crowned or, three estoiles of the first. ar. ducally gorged or, beaked gu. legged sa.
Crest, on a naval coronet or, a dove volant, Anngell, [Kent,] or, four fusils in fesse az. a bend
vithan olive branch in the beak, all ppr. [Granted gu. —
Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a demi
Sept. 2, 1704.] . pegasus ar. crined or.
Andrews, [Suffolk,] ar. on a bend eugr. betw. AXGELLIS, sa. a fleiu--de-lis ar.
two cottises and as many lions rampant sa. three AXGELLICO, or)ar.,an incense-pot suspended
mullets ar. —
Crest, a bird, with -wings expanded, AXGELO, j by a chain of three ends or.
az. holding in the beak a laurel branch, AXGELSOX, az. fleury or, a label of three points
f another,
on acorn) vert.
Andrews, [Hants,] -ar. a chev. engr. gu. charged AxGER, erm. on a chief az. three lozenges sa.
with three mullets or betw. as many quatrefbils Anger, [Kent,] ernr. on a chief az. a lion rampant
slipped vert. or.
Andrews, [Bisho}) of Winton, Suffolk,] ar. on a Anger, or Aunger, [Yorkshire,] erm. a griffin
bend engr. betw. two coitises sa. tbree mullets segreant volant, parted per fesse or and az.
a stag's head erased ar.[Anno 1G18.]
<^''-—Ci-est, Anger, [IJlssex,] erm. a griffin segreant, parted
Andrews, [London and Hants.] ar. on a chev. per pale or and az.
ciigr. betw. three quatrefoils
slipped vert, as AxGERTux, ar. on a bend sa. three lozenges
many mullets or.— Crest, an ann erect, habited erm.
[ D]

A N M A N S
Angkrville, [Leicestershire,] gu. a clnquefoil Anmers, or Anners, [Cheshire,] gu. a chev, betw,
within an orle ot" eight bezants. three mullets or.
Angkvink, or Akcerille, [Thethelthorp, Lin- Annabell, or Annables, or, two bars eugr.
cohishire,] or. two bars g-u. on a chief vert, three
bezants. — Crest, a branch of three roses ar. Ann and, [Scotland,] ar, a saltier and a cliief
leaved and stalked vert. az.
Anfjevtjnc, [LfilCotnshire,] ar, two bars gu. in chief, Annand, [Scotland,] a saltier gu. in tlie fu-st
ar.
three torteauxcs. quarter three erm. spots barways, in each of
Angie, [Earl,] barry of ten ar. and az. a label of the others a mascle, and over all a chief of the
nine points gu. second.
Angos. gu. semee of crosses flory, a cinquefoil Annandale, ar. a saltier sa. on a chief gu.
or. three cushions or. Supporters, on the dexter side
Angoulesle, [Enrl,] fusilly or and az. a lion ar. lu-nied and langued az. and ducally
Angoulesle, az, three llcurs-de-lis or, on a label ar. crowned or, on the sinister a horse ar. furnished
three crescents f^^ti. gu, —
Crest, on a wreath, a spur erect or, winged
Anguish, ar. an orle gn. ar.
Anf/uish, [Norwich,] gu. a cinquefoil or. —
Crest, A.NNCURGH, az. a fesse ar. betw. three crosses
a snake nowed pi)r. hctw. tv,o briinches of fern floretty or.
vert. Anne, [Trickly, Yorkshire,] gu. three bucks'
Anguish, ar. five palets, couped at the top, heads ar. attired or. — Crest, a buck's head ca-
\vTapped wth osiers in fesse gu. fretted in base bossed ar.
with a serpent vert, in chief three roses. Anne, [Frekley, Yorkshire,] gu. three bucks'
Angioishe, [Norfolk, 1540,] gu. a cinquefoil or, faces ar.
in the dexter corner a mullet of the second. Anne, [Oxfoi'dshire and Northamptonshire,] ar.
Crest, a snake nowed ppr. betw. two branches on a bend sa. three martlets of the field, in chief
of fern vert. a crescent of tlie second. —
Crest, a woman's
Ang V, gyronny of twelve pieces ar. and sa. charged head, conjied at the breast, f\ice ppr. vested ar.
with cross crosslets or, on the second. hair dishevelled or.
Akuault, ar. a wine-press gu. Anne, [Northamptonshire,] ar. on a bend sa. three
Anjou, [Earl,] gu. a chief ar. over all an martlets or. —
Crest, a woman's head and breast
escarbuncle of eight staves, nowed and flowered, ppr. hair dishevelled or.
or. Anne, [Oxfordshire,] ar. on a bend sa. three mul-
Anjou, [Duke,] az. semee of flenrs-de-lis or, a lets of the field.
bordure gu. Anneles, gyronny of four pieces gu. and az. as
Anke, or An
KEY, gu. two bars ar. in chief three many amuilets or.
annulets of the second. A-NNELSHtE, per pale or and ar. a hound gu.
Anke, or Ankor, erm. on a chief gu. three lozen- Annenell. The same as Amenes,
ges or. Annesley, paly of six pieces ar. aud az, a bend
Anke.tell, [Shaftesbury, Dorsetshire,] ar. a gu. — Crest, a moor's head in profile, s\Teathed
cross embattled vert. —
Crest, on a mount vert, about the temples ar. and az.
an oak-tree ppr. Annesleij, or Annijsla;/, paly of six pieces ar. and az.
Ankelell, ar. a saltier raguly vert. —
Crest, the Annesley, paly of six pieces ar. aud az. a bend
root of an oak-tree erased, out of it a live gobonated ,ou. and or.

branch issuing ppr. acorned or. Annesley, paly of six pieces ar. and az, a bend
An LAKY, or Hanlaby, ar. a fesse betw. six vaire ar. and sa,
fleurs-de-hs sa. Annesley, [Bucks and Oxon,] paly of six pieces
Aniehif and Anselhy, [Eaton, Yorkshire,] ar. a ar. and az. a bend gu. —
Crest, a saraceu's head
chev. betw. three chess rooks sa. in profile pj)r. wreathed about the temples ar.
An LET, [Yorkshire,] gyronny of four pieces gu. and az.
and az. four annulets in cross ar. Anny, [Scotland,] or, a cross flory g-u.

Anlett, gyronny of four pieces az. and gu. four an- Anseignes, {Gloucestershire,] gu, three cinque-
nrdets in cross or. erm, tv,o tuid one,
foils
Aukil, az. three annulets ar. two and one. Anselme, or Aunselme, gu, on a saltier or,
Anlelt, az. three annulets or, two and one. betw. four bezants, a mascle of the field.
Anmeus, or Annkrs, [Cheshire,] gu, a chev. Ansehne, [IMiddlcsex,] erm, on a canton sa. a
or, betw. three bezants. fleur-de-lis or.

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ANT APE
AnsiAM, 0?- Ansyw, ar. a fesse betw. sbc mart- Anthony, per pale and per chcv. or, gni. and erm-
lets gu. (Another, the field or.) a tau ar.

Ansingham, sa. a beud ar. Anthony, [London.] a leopard's head, betw.


ar.

Anson, ar. three bauds cw^v. gii. in the sinister t\\o iianches sa. each charged with a jilate.
chief, a crescent of the last. —
Crest, out of a Anthony, gu. billette, a Hon rampant or.
ducal coronet or, a spear-staff purp. head ppr. Antick, vert, a parrot, wings clisdosed, holding
{^Confirmed to George. Adams, of ShucjhoroxKjh, up the left foot or.

who, bi/ royal sign manual, took the vaine and AntiluI'E, ar. an heraldic antelope gu. tusked,
arms of Anson.^ horned, maned, and hoofed or.
Anstauotii, or Anstalboth, ar. two bars t^i. Anton, Lincolnshire, London, and
[Stoatfield,
ill chief three martlets cf the second. L-olaiid,] az. a fesse or, within a bordure enn.
Ansfaboth, harry of six pieces ar. and gu. in chief — C'rest, out of a mural coronet, a Hou's head
three maitlets of the second. ar.
Anstam, ar. a chev. betw. three fleurs-de-lis sa. Antroul'S, [London,] lozengy or and ar. on a
Anstkll, gu. a saltier betw. four leopards' heads pale gu. three stars of the first. Crest, a uni-—
or. corn's head ar. crined and armed or, issuing ont
Anstell, [Cornwall,] gu. a saltier engr. ar. betw. of rays of the second, and gorged with a chap-
four bezMits. let ofleaves vert.
Anstell, ar. on a cross sa. betw. four tortcauxes, a Anlrohus, ar. three bitterns gu.
leopai-d's face of the fii'st, within a bordure of Antweisel, sa. three mullets ar.
the second, guttee d'or. Anvaile, or Anvil, gu. a smith's an\il ar.
AnstiS, ar. a cross raguly gu. betw. four birds Anvary, harry of six pieces ar. and gu.
az. legged of the second. Anvery, or Anvers, gii. a chcv. betw. three be-
Anstruthkk, [Scotland,] ar. tlu-ee piles sa.— zants.
Crest, two demi arms, holding a pole-axe with Anvory, az. on a beud or, tliree eaglets sa.
both hands ppr. Supporters, two falcons with armed gis.

vings expanded ppr. armed ^i. jessed and Anvers, [Cheshire,] gni. a chev. betw. tliree
belled or. (Anoilier, within a bordure gu.) midlets of six points or.
Anstrother, [Temp. Henry YIII.] sfu. a man in Anvine, ar. tln-ee pla\nng tops sa. two and one.
com])lete armour, holding in his hand a halbert Anvinc. The same, adding a martlet gu.
ar. —
Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a demi Anwick, [London,] paly of six or and az. on a
man in armour ppr. holding in his band a spear chief gu. three cross crosslets ar. Crest, a —
sa. headed ar. dexter arm gu. the hand ppr. holding a broken
Ansty, [Cumberland and Cambridgeshire,] or, spear or.
tilting
(or ar.) a cross engr. betw. four martlets gu. Amvuke, ar. a holy cross sa.
, « Crest, a martlet or. Anavri.*, gu. a chev. ar. betw. three plates.
Ansty, [Cambridgeshire,] or, a cross quarter- Anwyl, [Parkin, Merionethshire,] vert, three
pierced, betw. four martlets gu. eagles displayed, in fesse, or.
Ansty, [Sussex,] or, a cross engr. gu. betw. four Anyi.ay, paly of six pieces ar. and az.
^. martlets sa. AoPSON, ai-. on a chev. az. betw. three torteauxes,
Anstybaltii, erm. on a chief indented gu. two as many cinquefoils or, a chief chequy of the
mullets ar. last and second.
Answilty, [Scotland,] ar. three piles meeting Apadam, g-u. five stars or.
in point sa. Apadam, or Apdeii, and Aphadam, ar. on a cross
Anternk, az. five fusils in fesse ai'. abendlct gii. gu. five mullets or.
Anterne, az. a fesse or, betw. three garbs ar. Apeele, ar. tliree bars gu. a canton erm. Crest, —
Anthshed, [Sir Richard,] per fesse or and ar. a fleur-de-lis or, betw. two wings ar.
a fesse iiebulee gu. Apefly. See Apfrey.
Antf.SLF.Y, per pale or and ar. a fesse imdec gu. APELiiY, [Shropshire,] az. six sea-gulls ar. three,
Anthingham, or ANTINCIlA^r, [Lancashire two, and one, the dexter wings displayed, the
and Norfolk,] sa. abend ar. sinister close.
Anthinyham, sa. on a bend ar. a crescent az. Apelby and Apleby, [Staffordshire and Salop,]
Anthony, gu. ten plates, four, three, two, and az. six martlets ar. three, two, and one.
one. — Crest, head ar.
a goat's Apelby, [Leicestershire,] az. six martlets or, three,
Anthony, [Guernsey,] per ]jale or and gn. guttee two, and one.
erm. a tan cross az. Apelby, same coat. [Borne by Sir Henry Apelby.]
[ u2 3
APE A P M
Aplohy, or Apulbij, ar. on a bend sa. lliree be- Apulton, [Lancashire,] ar. a bear passant sa. nmz-
zants. zlcd or.
Aplehtj, az. three luu-ts sejauf or, two and one. Apulton, or Apulston, [Lancashire,] ar. three
Applehij, [Leicestershire,] az. six martlets or, goats salient sa.
tlu-ce, two, and one. —
Crest, an apple or, stalked Ai'ENRiTH, [Ireland,] gu. on a fesse betw. three
and leaved vert. lozenges or, each charged with a fleur-de-lis, a
Appidbij, ar. on a bend sa. three apples, stalked denii rose crowned, betw. two griffins segxeant
and leaved or. of the field.
on a bend sa. three bezants.
Apptilhi/, ar. Apetv, or, a sea-ape ppr.
Ar]:LDi:RFiE7ji), or, on a fesse gu. four fusils ar. Ai'FliEY, ar. a flying ape displayed ])pr.
Aplf.dorfield, erin. a bend g-u. Ap Grii'I yn, [Wales,] quarterly or and az. four
Apulderfield, or Appeltorfiuld, or, on a fesse gu. lions passant guardant counterchanged.
four lozenges ar. Ap Gwenwey, [^^'ales,] or, a lion rampant az.
Aprdderfield, [Devon,] sa. a cross or, voided of Ap ILA.RRY, or Parry, ar. a fesse betw. three
the field. lozenges, within a bordure az.
ApidderfiM, erm. a fesse vaire or and gu. Ap How ELI., [Gloucester, desceudedfrom Wales,]
Aplederfield, or ApuUrefidd, sa. a cross voided or. ar. a Hon rampant sa. over all, a fesse engr.
Ajdederftdd erm. a bend gu.
, gu-
Apklesuuky, or AppLESBur>v, sa. a fesse em- Ap John, [Streatham, Surrey,] sa. afesseor, bietw.
battled betw. three cinquefoils or. three children's heads ppr. couped at the shoul-
Ai');lton, Apleby, and Av\jL,h\, ar. on a bend ders, about each neck a snake vert.
sa. three apples or. Apiliard,Appleyard, o;-Appulyard, [East
Aj)elton, or AppvUon and Appolion, [of Apleton, Carlton, in Norfolk,] az. a cliev. betw. tliree
Lancashire,] a bear sahent sa. crowned or.
ar. owls ar. membered or. —
Crest, a demi tiger,
Apphton, [Sir Roger, Bart. South Bemstead, quarterly gu. and az. the tail of the last, tufted
Essex,] ar. a fesse sa. betw. three apples or, or, in his mouth a rose gii. stalked and leaved
leaves vert. vert.
Apple(o7i, az. three pine apples erect ar. Apleyard, [Norwich and Yorkshire,] az. achev.
Apleton, ar. three leaves vert. or, betw. tlu-ee owls ar. a crescent for differ-
Apleton, or, a fesse betv.". three piae-apples sa. ence.
Apleton, [Kent,] vert, a fesse engr. betw. three Apphjard, [Norfolk]. The same as Apleyard.
apples ar. stalked gu. Applei/ard, [Norfolk,] az. a chev. gu. betw. three
Apleton, [Kent,] vert, a fesse sa. betw. three owls ar.
a])ples gu. stalked or. Appleyard, [York,] az. on a chev. betw. thi-ee
Apleton, [Kent,] ar. a fesse sa. betw. three apples owls ar. a mullet gu.
gu. stalked vert. (Another, the fesse g-u.) Aplegath, or Aplegarth,
[Ranley, Hants,]
Apleton, ar. tluee pine-apples vert; stalked or. az. a chev. or, betw. three owls ar. in chief, a
Apleton, ar. a fesse sa. betw. three pine-apples fleur-de-lis erm. —
Crest, a demi tiger gu. be-
vert. (Another, the pines gu.) zantee, armed and tufted or, charged with a bend
Apleton, ar. a fesse gu. betw. three pine-apples of the last.
vert. Aplegath, ar. three apples slipped gu.
Apleton, [Suffolk,] ar. a fesse sa. betw. three Aplertfold, or, on a fesse gu. three lozenges ar.
apples gu. stalked and leaved vert. Crest, an — Apletre, [Dodiiigton, Oxfordshh-e,] ar. on a
elephant's head coupcd sa. eared or, in the fesse gu. three lozenges vair.
mouth a snake vert, wreathed about the trunk. Ap'etree, ar. on a fesse gu. three lozenges or,
Applefon, vert, on a fesse engr. ar. three apples quartering Russell. —
Crest, on a wreath, a goat
gu. -*
passant ar. [J'orne hij WiU'uim Apletree, Esq.
Applcton, or Apelton, ar. a fesse betw. three ap- of Goldings, Basingstoke, Hants, 1S23.]
ples gu. Apletresend, or Appeltresend, erm. a
Applelon, or, a fesse betw. three apples gu. bend g-u.

Appleton, ar. a bear salient sa. on the shoulder a Apultresend, or, on a fesse gu. three lozenges
cinquefoil of the first. vair. (Another, three mascles or.)
Appullon, vert, a chev. engr. betw. tliree apples Ap Madore, [Wales,] sa. a chev. betw. three
ar. hawk-lures ar.
Appulton, vert, a chev. engr. ai-. betw. three Ap.MENRICE, [Wales,] paly of six, or and az. on
apjjles gu. a fesse gu. three mullets ar.
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A Q U A 11 C
ArMKRiCK, [Wales,] per pale gii. aiid sa. two Aquitain and of GtiyeiiHe, one of the peers
cri-ifliiis ar. of lVance.'\
Apowi'.l, [Wales]. See Ar Howkll. AytiTAP., gu. an eagle displayed or, on a chief
Appenrich, g"u. a fesse betw. three lozenges or, ar. a mount vert, thereon three pear-trees ppr.
each charged with a fleurs-fle-lis gu. fructed of the second. —
Crest, a demi lion r;ini-
ArrELEY, [Staflbrd,] az. six martlets, two, two, j)ant or, mnrally crowned az. holding in the
and two, or. dexter ])aw alaurel-brauch slipped ppr. [Grant-
Ap2^uley, or Appiirley, ar. a chev. betw. tlirce ed (o Don Dieyo Acjuitar of London, IToG.]
pine-a))plcs gu. Aquittkn, or Anguillon, gu. a fleur-de-lis
Applegh, an ape sejaut, holdiag up the
vert, ar.
paw; braced round the middle aud chained to Aragand, or Aragune, ar. a fesse betw. three
the sinister side of the escocheon ar. mullets gu.
Appleueim, gu. two apples in pale, stalks coun- Aragon, paly of ten pieces, ar. and gu.
terjiosed, or. Arbeaster, or Allebast];r, [Staffordshire
Appeock, ar. ail oak branch, with three apples and Essex,] erm. a crossbow bent in pale gu.
ppr. Crest, a feather in pale, enfiled with a ducal
Aprece, [15uckinghamshirc and Huntingdon- coronet. (Another crest, out of a ducal coro-
shire,] sa. three pheons ar. — Crest, an otter ppr. net, a greyhound's head ar. collared or.)
collared and lined or. (Another crest, a spear Arbreth, [Lancashire,] or, two bars vert.
erect ar. o^cr it this motto, " Lahora ut ater- Arbuthnot, az. a ci-escent betw. three .stars
num vivas.") withiii an orle of eight frazes of the last.
Ap Rees, [Wales]. The same arms. Arhuthnet, [Scotland,] az. a crescent betw. tlu-ee
Ap Rice, ar. on a fesse az. tlirec boais' heads stars within a bordure ar. (Another, ^\'ithin
couped or, in chief a lion passant gu. Crest, a — a bordiU'e ar. charged with eight cijiquefoils of
boar's head erect ar. pellctty, betw. two oak- the first.) —
Crest, a peacock issuing out of a
branches vert, fructed or. ^vleath jjpr.
Ap Rice, sa. three roses ar. Arbutt, gu. three (looks or flounders ar.
Ajy Rice, ar. three roses sa. Arcester, [Gloucestershire,] ar. a chev. az. and
Aprice, [V/ales,] sa. a cross potence or. label of tlu-ee points gu.
Aprice, [Herefordshire,] sa. on a chev. betw. three Arciiard, [Kent,] erm. ou a cross sa. a crescent
leopards' heads ar. as many spears' heads of the or.
first ;on a chief of the second, three cocks gu. Archard, [Yorkshire,] or, five fusils in bend sa.
Crest, a cock, with w ings expanded, gu. holding Archard, or, a bend engr. sa,
in his beak a rose ppr. leaved and stalked vert. Archard, ar. five fusils in cross sa.
Apryce, [Wilts,] sa. three crosses formee ar. Arch AS, [Leicestershire,] sa. three fleurs-de-lis
Apris, gu. a chev. betw. three mullets ar. ar.
Apris, gu. a chev. betw. three spur-rowels ar. Arch by, pmp. a bend archy or champaiue ar.
Aprestry or Apresby, sa. a cross ar. in chief .Archdeacon, [Corn-nail,] ar. a chev. sa.
a cinquefoil of the second. Archdeacon, [Devon,] ar. three chev. sa.
Ap Roberts, sa. a chev. betw. three mullets ar. Archdeacon, [Hertfordshire.] The same.
Apsley, or Apesley, [Apsley, Suffolk,] baiTy Archdeacon, sa. tliree chev. or.
of six, ar. and gu. a canton crm. Akchebold, oz-Archboed, [Staffordshire,] ar.
Apesley, [Surrey and Sussex,] ar. three bars gu. a lion rainpimt betw. tluee (another, six) fleius-
a canton erm. —
Crest, a fleur-de-hs or, betw. Uvo de-Iis sa.
wings ar. Archibcdd, ar. on a bend az. betw. two mullets of
Ap Thomas, per pale wavy, ar. and az. the second, a crescent of the first.
Aptox, ar. See rArchibald, ar. on a bend betw. three stars az. as
a chev. betw. three martlets sa.
Upton. many crescents of the fust, within a bordure
Apultkefield. See Aplederfield. engr. sa. —
Crest, a branch of a palm-tree slipped
Apwenwyn, or Aywennonwyn, [Wales,] ppr.
or, a lion rampant git. Archedai.E, [London,] az. a chev. erm. betv.-.
Aquila, or, an eagle closed gu. tluee taluots passant or. Crest, out of a ducal —
Aquilis, [Earl,] paly of six, gu. and vair, on a coronet, a tiger's head ar. maued and tufted sa.
chief or, three eagles displayed sa. Archer, [Lincolnshire,] per pale, g-u. and az.
Aquitain, gu. a lion passant guardant or. [This three arrows or, biirbed and feathered ar. —
teas the coat-aruiour of William, Duke of Crest, on a wreath a dragon's head, per pale

A R D A R D
gu. and az. vith wings expanded, the sinister Arden, gu. three crosses bottonee fitchce, a chief
wing: or, the doster ar. issuing: out of a mural or.
crown, per pale of tiie last and third. \_Granied Arden, or Arderne, [Warwickshire and Bedford-
hy William Dmjdale, March 24, 1G84.] shire,] gu. three cross crosslets fitchee or, on a
Archer, ar. three pheons gu. chief of the second, a martlet of the first. Crest, —
Archer, sa. throe pheons ar. a plume of feathers ar. charged with a martlet
Archer, [Baron of Umberslade, Wanricksliire,] or.
az. three broad arrows or. —
Crest, out of a mural Ardon, [Essex,] ar. clie\ . sa. betw. three stars
coronet gu. a dragon's head ar. Sujvporters, g-u.
two wivenis reguardant av. miirally gorged or. Ardyn, Ardem, or Arde. «,a lion rampant,
or,
Motto, " Sola bona qua honesla." within an orle of eight cross crosslets sa. (Ano-
Archer, [Essex,] erm. on a chief az. three lions ther, the field ar.)
rampant or. —
Crest, a bull's head erased gu. Ardyn, Ardem, or Ardem, or, a lion rampant,
Archer, [Slnopshire,] sa. a lion rampant or. within an orle of ten cross crosslets sa.
Archer, [alias De Boys, Essex,] erm. a cross sa. Ardyn, [Kent,] the same as Arderne of Staf-
— Two Crests, first, a wivern ar. second, a leg fordshire.
couped at the thigh, embowed at the knee quar- Ardf.r, or Arderx, erm. a fesse gu. charged
terly sa. and ar. spur and leather or. with three cinquefoils or. (Another pierced or.) ,

Archer, or, five fusils in bend sa. Arderes, Warwickslurc,] ar. on a


[Mcriden,
Archer, az. tluee iuTows in pale ar. bend cottised three mullets of the first.
sa.
Archer, gii. tlii'ee single arches or. Crest, a demi lion az. gorged with a collar or,
Archer, erra. on a cross sa. a crescent ar. [f?rrt?^/- charged with three mullets az.
ed to Henry Archer, Esg. of Thci/clon, Essex, Arderne, ar. a chev. betw. three cross crosslets
by Cooke, Clareiiceux, April 2, 1574.] fitchee sa. a bordure engr. gobony of the field
Archer, [Chelmsford, Essex,] az. a gai'b erector, and the second.
betw. two branches of laurel tied by a ribbon in Arderne, or, a chief az.
base, on a cliief emliattled ar. tlu-ee arrows, Arderne, sa. three lions ]5assant or.
points downwards, betw. eight erra. spots, two Arderne, erm. on a fesse gu. tliree lozenges or.

and two, in pale sable. Crest, on a wreath a Arderne, ar. three chev. az. within a bordure engr.
griffin's head erased ar. transpierced by a spesir gu.
in bend sinister, point downwards, collared gu. Arderne, [Cliesliire and Lancashire,] gu. three
charged with two crosses pattec of the first, in cross crosslets fitcheeand a cliief or. (Another,
the beak a shp of oeJi fructed ppr. the chief indented or.) (Another, engT. or.)
Arches, [Devon,] gu. three door-arches ar. their Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a plume of
capitals and pedestals or. (Another, the arches five feathers, tliree or and two zz.—-( Another
or.) Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, seven feathers
Archest, ar. a chev. az. a label of three points ar. tipped gu.)
Arderne, gu. semee of crosslets and a cliief or.
Archever, [Scotland,] purp. a chev. enarchcd ar. (Another six, another eight cross crosslets and
Archidecknie, ar. three chevronels sa. — Crest, a chief or.)
on a wreath, a dexter arm in armour, embowed Arderne, gu. three crosses bottonee fitchee or.
ppr. holding in the hand a dagger also ppr. Arderne, the like with a chief engr. or.
Archidiacre, ar. three chev. sa. on each five Arderne, gu. three crosses patonce fitchee and a
bezants. chief or. — Crest, out of a case or bandage or, a
Archie, [Scotland,] or, a cliief parted per pale plume of feathers ar.
az. and gu. Arderne, or, senice of crosslets, a lion rampant
Arcy, sa. a fesse or. sa.
Ardall, or Ardoll, [Essex,] ar. a chev. betw. Arderne, Arden, or Ardren, [Ireland,] per pale,
tlu-ee stars gu. az. and gu. a lion rampant ar. armed of the
Ardborough, Ardeborouch, andARnsow, second.
ar. a chev. engr. betw. three escallop shells gu. Arderne, erm. a chief chequy, or and az.
(Another, sa.) Arderne, ar. a lion rampant az. oppressed with a
Arden, or, tiiree palets az. on a cliief gu. as bend gii.

many lozenges ar. Arderne, vert, a lion rampant or, armed and
Arden, barrv of eight or and az. within a bordure hmgued gu.
gu. Arderne, vert, a lion rampant or, crowned az.
A R G A II M
Arderne, [Wanv-ickshire,] erm. a fesse cliequy, or couuterchanged, as many lions' heads erased

and az. Crest, ou a chapeau az. turned up erm. gu.
a bear passant or. Argall, [Lancashire,] or, a pale vert, counter-
Arderne, [Staftbrdsbirc and Warwicksliire,]~Tlie changed per fesse, ou the first and fourth quar-
same, the field ar. ters a lion's head erased gu. on the second ;aid
Arderne, [Warwickshire,] ar. a fesse chequy, or third an acorn slii)i)cd gold.

and az. betw. three crescents gu. Crest, a boar Argente, [Isle of Ely, Cimibridgeshire,] gu.
passant or. three covered cups ar. —
Crest, a deuii hon gu.
Arui;s, ar. a bend betw. six martlets sa. holding a covered cup ar.
Ardcs, [Sliarinfftou, Bucks,] ar. a bend betw. six Arcentin, gu. three covered cups ar.
mullets sa. —
Crest, witliin a Catharine-wheel sa. Argenton, [Devon,] gu. three college pots ar.
dvically croNnied or, a sun in splendour. Argcnton, az. three cups, covered, gu.
Ardls, ar. on a bend az. a mullet sa. Argenton, [Candjridge,] gu. semee of cross cross-
Ardijs, ar. a bend betw. six mullets sa. lets, tluee cups, covered, ar.
Arditacke, ar. a chev. eugr. betw. three escal- Argenton, gu. three cups, covered, betw. nine
lops gu. cross crosslets fitchee, ar.
Ardixgton, or, two lions passant sa. Argenton, gu. tluee covered cups ar.
Ardinc/lon, [Berkshire and Leicestershire,] az. Argentine, gu. tluee lily pots ar.
two lions passant or. Argenttjne, gu. a cross lozeugy or, in the first

Ardingion, [Yorkshire,] or, a fesse betw. tliree Cjuarter an eagle displayed ar.
escallop shells gu. Arg);vile, annulets vert.
ar. three
Ardbujlon, ar. a fesse betw. three escallo)i shells Argny, fu. a chev. betw. three martlets sa.
sa. Argton, gu. on a bend ermines, cottised or, three
ARDLin', [Loudon,] quarterly per fesse indented boars' heads couped ar.
ar. and gu. ou a bend eugr. az. betw. two eagles Argue, ar. three pomegranates ppr.
displayed or, a fret of the last enclosed by Argum, or Argune, ar. a chev. betw. tlu-ee
two doves ppr. martlets sa.
Ardonff and Ardonsk, [Essex,] ar, a chev. Arissel, [Coruwall,] gu. a saltier eugr. ar. betw'.
betw. three stars gu. four bezmits.
Are, az. ou a cross ar. five escallop shells gu. Arki>^ STALL, [Cambridge,] erm. a fesse sa.
Areas, sa. tlu-ee fleurs-de-lis ar. betw. three martlets of the second. Crest, on —
Aries, [Ireland,] vert, tlireo rams' Leads cabossed a mount wvi, a greyhound sejant erm.
. ar. attired or. —
Crest, a satyr, holding in his Akrvbus, ar. ou a fesse engr. sa. three mascles
dexter hand a sword, in liis sinister a partiziui, or.
all ppr. Armarle. The same as Amarle.
Ares, ar. a chev. sa. Armkall, erm. a bend compony ar. and sa.

Areskix, ar. a pale sa. Crest, ou a ^y^eatl), a Ar.me, gu. a naked arm barways, bowed at the
dexter hand holding an escochcon. elbow, ppr.
Areskine, [Scotland,] az. a bend betw. six cross Armeny, az. a lion rampant erm.
crosslets fitchee or. —
Crest, on a wreath, a dex- Armcng, a lion ram))aut ar. crowned or.
az.
ter hand holding a sword erect, betw. two laurel Armony, gu. a bend ar. (anotlier, erm.) betw.
brauches, all ppr. six bezants.
Arev, gu. three birds, ar. membered or, two and Armony, az. a bend erm. betw. six bezants.
one. Armerbury, sa. two anus ar. betw. three cross
Arey, sa. a fesse or. crosslets fitchee of the second.
Arfar):, gu. a bend or, cottised ar. Armery, [of Pavy, who betrayed Calais,] an
Arfece, or Arfois, ar. three castles gu. escocheon reversed, az. four mullets or, two and
Argai,l, or Argnall, or, a lion rampaut re- two.
guardaut az. Armory, [county of Kerry, Ireland,] paly of sis
Aryall, [Dr. Much-Baddow and Low-Hall, Essex,] nebulec ar. and gu. ou a chief of the first, a
per fesse ar. aud vert, a pale counterchajiged, hon passaut guardant of the second. Crest, an —
three lions' heads erased gu. —
Crest, a sphinx eagle's head or.
with wings expanded ppr. ( Another crest, an AR>fEsr.URY, [Essex,] sa. two arms, hand in
arm embowed in lu-mour ppr. supporting a bat- luuid, in fesse ar. betw. three cross crosslets or.
tle-axe.) Armesbury, sa. t^vo arms, hand in lnuid, in fesse
Argall, or Argell, per fesse or and sa. three ptJets ar. betw. three crosses botounee fitchee or.
. —

A R ISI A R N
Armf.STEY, paly of six ar. and az. over all a bowed, vested or, cuff or. gras])ing in the hand
bendlet gii. ppr. a sword by the blade, also ppr. hilled gold,
Armstranc, ar. three palets — Crest, an
az. point downwards.
arm armed ppr. Arvujiage, [London and Yorkshire,] ar. three
Armstran(j, ar. tlirce palets sa. — Crest, an arm crosses botonnee gu. —
Crest, a demi lion ar. hold-
g-u. ing in the dexter paw a cross botonnee gu.
Armstranrj, az. a fessc betw. (wo arms armed,
or, [HcralcVs Office, London, G. 24.]
coxii)ed at the shoulder, ar. —
Crest, an arm Armgtage, [Yorkshire,] az. a bon's head erased
issuing' out of a cloud, holding; a club pjir. betw. three cross crosslets or.
Armslrung, ar. three torteauxes az. Ar.morer, [London.] gu. on a chev. ar. betw.
Armestroiirj, ^n. three embo^ved armed arms erect, three sinister gauntlets or, two palets betw. three
two and one, ar. half fleurs-de-lis, split paleways
Armeslronrj, [Nottingham,] gri. thi-ee armed arms, Armourer, barry of lour counter-escalloped ar. and
lying- palev.ays ar. gu. each scale nailed sable.
Arrnslrong, [Liucohishire and Xottinghamshire,] AR^rSTREC^, ar. an arm extended and couped,
gu. throe dexter arms vambraced ar. hands ppr. vested gu. buttoned the whole length sa.
— Crest, a dexter arm vambraced in annour, the Arnalt, gu. a stork in trion aspect to the sinis-
band ])])r. ter ar. on a mount vert in base.
ArmstroiKj, sa. three dexter arms conjoined at the Arnkford, or Arnford, az. three bars or,
shoulders, and Hexed in triangle or, turned up, within a bordure erm.
(or cufl'ed,) ar. the hands clenched ppr. Arnest, [Devon,] ar. three holly-leaves barways,
Armstrong, [Scotland,] ar. an arm ppr. habited two and one, the stalks tow iu-ds the dexter part
gu. issuing out from the side of the escocheon, of the escocheon, ppr.
and holding the lower part of a broken tree era- Arnest, ar. a holly-leaf ppr.
dicated vert, the top leaning to the dexter Arnf.t, ar. a chev. betw. three stars gu.
angle. Arnet, az. a chev. betw. three stars ar. and a cre-
Armkston, [Burbage,
Leicestershire,] sa. a
in scent in chief of the last.
chev. betw. three spears' heads ar. a crescent Arnet, ar. a chev. sa. betw. three mullets gu. all
for diflerence. —
Crest, a dragon's bead erased within a bordure indented of the second.
vert, scaled or, charged with a crescent of the (Another, the bordure charged with eight cre-
same, for diflerence. scents of the first.)
Arm^slone, [Leicestershire,] sa. a chev. betsv. Arnewey, or Arnaway, and Arnold,
thi-ee spears' heads ar. — Crest, a diagou's head [Bucks,] three escallop shells sa.
ar.
erased ppr. Arnwmj, [Lincolnshire,] quarterly az. and ar. a
Armiger, [North Creake, Norfolk,] az. three saltier engr. counterchanged.
helmets or, betw. two bars ar. Crest, on a — Armuay, az. iu chief a mullet betw. two crescents
ducal coronet or, a tiger sejant gu. crined and or, in base a fish naiaut ppr.
tufted or. uirmrag, ar. three escallops sa.
Armigcr, [Suffolk,] az. a fesse cottised ar. betw. Arnewood, [Hants,] erm. on a bend az. betw,
three close helmets or. two cottises, three lions passant or. Crest, out —
Armiger, erm. a griffin segreant, per fesse or and of a ducal coronet. ... a demi leojiard. . .

az. armed gu. Ar^'EY, [Chambury, Dorset,] ar. a fesse com-


Armiger, erm. a grillin az. armed gu. pouy or and az. in chief three martlets gu.
Armiger, per pale az. aiid or, a grifTui segreant Crest, on a mural crown or, three arrows through
counterchanged. a human heart, two in saltier, and one in pale,
Armine, [Osgodby, Lincolnshire,] erm. a saltier ar.
cngr. gu. on a chief ol' the second, a lion pas- Arnold, [Cromer, Norfolk, and Battisford, Suf-
sant. (Another, giiardant or.) Crest, en a — folk,] sa. a chev. betw. three dolphins ar.
moimt an ermine ppr.
vert, Crest, a dolphin cmbowed ar. (Another
Armine, three martlets sa.
ar. crest, out of a ducal coronet, an antelope's
Armyn, gu. six roses ar. three, two, atid one. head. . . . )
Armijn, [Cornwall.] or, a chev. betw. three escal- Arnold, [London,] gu. three plicons ar. on a chief
lops az. of the second, a !)ar nebulee az. Crest, a demi —
AR:NnrAc;K, [Sir Francis, Tiart. Kirklees, tiger sa. bezantee, maned and tufted or, holcbng
Yorkshire,] gu. a lion's head erased, betw. three a broad arrow, stick gu. feathers and {)heon ar.
crosses botonnee ar. — Crest, a dexter arm em- [Granted, December ^l, 1612.]
A R S A R U
Arnold, [Iluntiiigxloiishirc,] sa. two lions passant Arsoys. The same as Arfois.
or. Art, [Greenv.ich, Kent,] az. three plates, one
Anwld, gu. a chev. betw. tkree pbeons or. in cliief and tv,o in base, two ])iles bendwavs,
Arnold, [Gloucestersliire,] iju. a eliev. crm. betv,-. one de.\ter, the oth<>r sinister, each charged
three plieocs or. [draii/ed to Edmond Arnold, with an anchor sa.
Esq. bij Sir Edward Byslie, Clarcnceiix, De- Arteruoe, ar. on a fesse sa. three lozenges or.
cember, 1G53.] Arthawe, sa- two flaunches ar. in chief a bar
Arnold, [Gloucestershire,] gu. a chev. crm. betw. gemel of the second.
three escallop shells or. Artkekill, gu. six mullets pierced ar. three,
Arnold, [Chilwick, Hertfordshire,] gu. a chev. two, and one.
quarterly erm. and ermines, betw. three pheons Artkekill, gu. six martlets ar. three, two, and
or. —
Crest, au ea-;le's head erased gu. gorged one.
with a mural coronet ai-. holding in the beak an Arthington, [Artlungton, in the West hiding
acorn, slipped, lea\ cd vert. of Yorkshire.] The same as Ardixgton.
Arnold, [Duke of Guilders,] az. a lion rampant Arlhinr/lon, ["^'ovkshire,] ar. a fesse betv,'. three
ar. escallop shells sa.
Arnold, gu. an anvil ar. Arlhinf/ton, [Yorkshire,] sa. a fesse betw. three
Arnote, [Scotland,] ai-. a chev. betw. three mul- escallop shells ar.
lets sa. Ariliinplon, [Yorkshire,] or, a fesse betw. three
Arnulfe, az. an anvil or. escallop shells gu.
Arm WAY, ar. three escallops sa. Arthour, [of Britain, Earl of Richmond,]
Arnyston, or, six lozenges sa. chequy or and az. a bend gu. charged with eight
AitFK, erm. on abend betw. two crosses sa. three lions ])assant guardant or, a canton erm.
lozenges ar. Arthur, [Dublin,] gu. a chev. ar. betw. three
Arquil, per fesse ov and vert, a ]iale counter- rests or, on each as many hurts. Crest, a fal- —
changed, on the first three lions' heads erased con volant ppr. jessed and belled or.
vert, on the second as many oaken slips or. Arthur, [Springfield, Essex,] gu. a chev. betw,
Arras, ar. on a cross az. five fleurs-de-lis three rests, for clarions,) or. Crest, a pelican —
or. sa. standing in her nest or, her breast vulucd.
Arras, [Bucks,] ar. on a cross sa. four fieurs-de-lis [Herald's O/Jice, Essex, C. 21.]
or. Arthur, sa. three chess rooks and a chief ar.
Arras,^ erm. a chev. sa. (Jnoihcr. the chief or.)
Arras, erm. a chev. gu. Arthur, [N^'ales,] sa. three cocl^s, and a chief
Arrlll, or, a Cornish chough ppr. 'within a ar.
bordure ar. char^;ed with ei<iht fleurs-de-lis Arthur, gu. a chev. ar. betw. three bowls or.
Arthur, sa. three wheels in chief ar.
Arrowood, or ARvrooi), [Lancashire,] ar. Arthur, sa. three wheels ar. a ciiief or.
three conies az. (Anollier, three conies cur- Arthur, [Clo])ton, Somersetshire,] gu. a chev.

rent.) betw. three clarions or.
AUROWSMYTH, []Iuutingfield-Hall, Suffolk,] gu. Arlhure, [Ireland,] gu. a chev. betw. three Irish
two -broad arrows in saltier or, feathered ar. brogues or.
betw. four lions' heads erased and crowned of Artois, ar. three castles gai. .

the secoud. Artred, ar. on a fesse sa. thiee lozenges (or


Arroicsmytli, [Lancasliire,] ar. five billets in fesse fusils) or.
sa. betw. three pheons gu. Arundele, [Baron of Wardour, Wilts,] sa. six
Arsacke, or Arsake, gu. a bend or, cottised swallows ar. three, two, and one. Crest, a —
ar. —
wolf passant ar. ^Supporters, the dexter, a lion
Arsacke, gu. a bend cottised or. guaidant erminois, ducally crowned or; the sinis-
Arsick, quarterly gu. and or, on a bordure sa. ter, an owl ar. winged, and ducally crowned or.
eight bulls' heads couped ar. 31 otto, " Deo data."
Arsi/cke, ar. (another, or,) a chief indented ArnndeU, [Trerice,] sa. three chev. ar. — Crest,
sa. on a chapeau, gu. a martlet ar. (Another
Arscot, [Devon,] jjer chev. az. and erm. two on a mount, a horse passant ai'. against a
crest,
bucks' faces or. f Another, only one; another, tree pi)r.)
two stags' heads or.) Arundell, su. six martlets ar. three, two, and
Arsie, az. a quarter or. one.
[E3
A S C ASH
Ariindell, gu. a lion rampant or, armed and lan- Askew, or Ayscouyh, [Newcastle upon-Tyne,] sa, a
gucd az. fesse or, befw. tlu\e asses passatit, mailed and
ArundcU, barry of six or and az. a saltier gu. hoofed of the second. —
Crest, a naked arm ppr.
Arondell, [Cornwall,] sa. six martlets in pile grasping a sword ar. hilt and pomel or, enfiled
ar. with a Siiracen's head couped ppr. wreathed
Arondell, sa. six escallops in pile ar. about the temples or and sa. blood issuing from
Arward, or ? the neck of the first; over the point of the sword
1 „ ; ar.
^, ,
three horses current az.
this motto, " Fac el spera."
Arwood. See Arrowood. Askew, [Lord jNIayor of London, 1533,] gu. on a
A.SAiVlUZ, gu. three bars dancettee or. fesse ar. betw. thi-ee asses' heads couped or, as
ASBITTER, sa. a bittern ar. many mullets az.
As BONE, erm. oa a cross gu. five bezants. Askew, ar. a fesse betv.^. three asses passant sa.
Ashorne, gu. a fesse betw. six martlets ar. Askew, [London,] gu. on a fesse engr. ar. betw.
ASCII E, AscHEV, or ASHER, or, a fesse az. three asses' heads coujjed or, a cross crosslet and
over all a saltier gu. two stars az. See Asci:e.
Asche, az. three pigeons for doves) ar. tv.o and Askewe, gu. a lion rampant or, o])pressed with a
one, beaked and membered gu. bend vert.
AscHELEY, quarterly ar. and gu. a bend sa, Askev:e, ar. a fesse betw. three asses sa.
AsCLEY, ar. a lion rampant gu. on the shoulder ASCUNE, per pale or a)id az. a fesse betw. three
a cinquefoil of the first, a label of three points asses or.
az. ASELOCKE, or ASLAKE, [Sufiolk,] M'. a chev.
AscON, ar. on a chief sa. tliree lozenges of the erm. betw. three Catharine- wheels ar. Crest, —
field. a talbot'.s head sa. (juttce de Veau.
Ascot, per chev. ar. and or, in chief two bucks' ASKN, ar. a fesse gu. betw. three eagles' heads
heads of the .second. couped sa.
Ascotf, per chev. az. and erm. in chief two stags' Asen, ar. a fesse gu. betw. three asses' heads
lieads cabossed or. couped sa.
AscouM, or, on a chief az. a lion rampant ASGILL, [Bart. London,] per fesse ar. and vert, a
gu. pale counterchauged, in each part of the first a
Asciim, a chev. betw. three fleurs-de-lis sa.
ar. lion's head erased gu.
AscoUGii, [Sir Edward, Knt. Salingborough, AsiiAFEN, or, a cross patriarchal gu. charged
Lincolnsliire,] sa. a fesse or, betw. three asses with another ar.
passant ar. — Crest, an ass ar. ASH,\.W, [Lancashire,] or, on a chev. betw. three
Ascomjh, [Lincolnshire.] The same, with a cres- martlets vert, as many cross crosslets fitchee
cent for ditTorence. ar.
Ascoitffh, [Blibers, Luicolnslure,] ar. a fesse betw. Ashaw, ar. on a chev. betw. three martlets vert, as
three asses passant sa. —
Crest, an ass passant many crosses pattee fitchee of the first. [Con-
sa. firmedhy Seyar, Garter.}
Ayscoiigh, sa. a fesse betw. three asses passant Ashawe, [Lancashire,] ar. on a chev. betw. tluee
ar. martlets vert, as many crosses pattee fitchee of
Ayscoiicjh, sa. a fesse or, betw. three asses erm. the field. —
Crest, an arm cmbowed, habited
— Crest, an ass erm. [Confirmed to Francis with green leaves, issuing out of a ducal coronet
Ayscough, D.D. Jan. 11, 1772.] or, and holding in the hiuid a cross pattee fitchee
Ascue, [Lincolnshire,] sa. a fesse befw. three asses ar. [Granted 1599.]
ar. Aschaw, ar. a mole-liill in base sa.
Ascve, [Lincolnshire,] ar. a fesse gu. betw. three AsiiBERTON, per fesse ar. and sa. a gTeyhound
asses' heads couped sa. imd mule, within a bordure engr. all counter-
Ascue, gu. on a fesse engr. betw. three asses' changed.
heads couped or, a cross pattec and two mart- Ashherton, az. a talbot passant or, collared gu.
lets az. ASHBORNE, or ASHBURY, [Worcestershire,] gu.
AscKB, gu. on a fesse engr. ar. a cross formee a fesse betw. six martlets ar.
betw. two martlets az. See AsKEW. Ashhorne, or Ashhury, gu. a fesse betw. six mart-
Ayscve, [Lincolnshire,] ar. three asses' heads lets or.
couped sa. Ashhorne, ai". on a fesse betw. tliree crescents gu.
Askew, or Akue, [Northumberland,] sa. a fesse as many mullets or. (Another, the mullets
or, betw. three asses passant ar. ar.)
.

ASH A S II

Ashborne, or Aslibiirne, [Iieland,] ar. on a bend Ashr, or, a fesse az. over all a saltier gu. charged
sa. three towers, triple towered, of tlie field. with a mullet of the field.
Asii BROKE, vaire ar. and sa. a cliev. gii. Ashe, ar. a saltier and fesse gu.
ASHiiLRNHAM, gu. a fes';e betw. six mullefs ar. Ashe, ar. a saltier gu. and fesse az.
— Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, an ash tree Ashe, or, a saltier gii. over all a fesse sa.
fructed ppr. Asltc, a7,. three mews ar. beiiked and membered
Ashhiirnham, gu. a fesse betw. three mullets gu
ar. Aslie, or Eshe, [Devon, 1G13,] ar. two chev. sa.
Ashlntrnhnm, [.Sussex and Sufi'olk,] gu. a fesse ar. each charged with a trefoil shpped or. Crest, —
betw. six plates. a cockatrice close ar. charged on the breast with
Aslihurnham, or Ashhrmhavi, az. a fesse betw. a trefoil shpped gu.
tliree ir.artlets ar. (Another, the fesse or.) AsiiELDAM, or AsHELDEN, [Esscx,] erm. a
Aslihurnham, [Hants,] gu. ou a fesse betw. six fesse dancette gu.
mullets ar. a crescent sa. AsHELSON, iu-. a lion rampant gu. and a bend
Ashbuniham, ar. on a fesse betw. three crescents az.
gii.as many mullets or. A.SHENDEN, ar. a lion rampant gu. armed and
ASHBURV, [^Worcestershire,] g-u. a fesse betw. laiigiied az.
three mullets ar. Ashenden, ar. a lion rampant f::;n. collared and
AsHBV, [Leicestershire,] ar. a lion rani])ant az. chained or. (Anotlier, the field or.)
yultce dor. (Another, the lion gu.) Ashendon, [Suflblk,] gu. a fesse betw. three mul-
Ashlnj, ar. a lion rampant sa. lets ar.
Ashhy, [Leicestershire,] ar. a lion rampant sa. and ASHEREURNE, ar. a fesse betw. three crescents
a cliief gii. —
Crest, a ram's head attired, gu.
or. Asherhurue, or Ashhurner, [Cockermouth, Cum-
Ashhy, [Leicestersbire,] ar. a lion rampant so. bil- berland,] ar. on a fesse betv.-. three crescents
letfee or. gu. as many mullets or. Crest, an ash-tree —
Ashhy, az. a fesse bel"w. three martlets ar. ppr.
Ashhy, [Quenby, Leicestershire,] az. a chev. erm. Ash ERST, [Lancashire,] gu. a cross engr. or, in
betw. three leopards' heads or. —
Crest, out of a the first quarter a fieiu--de-hs ar. Crest, a fox —
mural crown ar. a leopard's head or. passant ppr.
Ashhy, per pale az. and gu. a chev. erm. betw. Ashvrsf, [Sir Henry, Bart. Emingion, Oxford-
three leopards' heads ar. sldre,] gu. a cross bet^v. four fleurs-de-lis ar.
Ashhy; [Leicestershire,] az. a chev. betw. three Ashurst, [Sir Adam, Knt. Cheshire,] gu. a cross
spread eagles or. —
Crest, an eagle close ar. du- engr. or, in the chief dexter quarter a fleur-de-
cally cro^^Iled or. lis or.

Ashhy, gii. semee of


nails ar. three stems of a Ashurst, [Lancashire,] gu. a cross engr. or, betw.
flower vert. four lleurs-de-lis ar.
Aishhy, [Sir Francis, Bart. IJartfield, ftliddlesex.] Ashurst, [Lancaster,] gu. a cross engr. betw. four
The same. fleurs-de-lis ar. (Another, tlie fleurs-de-lis
Aschehy, ar. a lion sa. billettee or. or.)
A.SHCOMB, or AiSHCOMB, [Berks,] or, a lion Ashurst, gu. on a cross or, five fleurs-de-lis
rampant, quevee forchee gu. a chief az. Crest, — nz.
on a chapeau, a demi eagle displayed sa. ducally Ashurst, [Sir William, Lord Mayor of London,]
crowned or. []Gi2.] gu. a cross betw. four fleurs-de-lis ar.
Ayshcomh, [Sir Oliver, Bart. Liford, Berks,] or, AsiiirroN, ar. a chev. betw. tliree chaplets gii.
a lion ramj)ant gu. armed aiid legged az. tail [Conjirmed hy William Camden, Clarenceux, to
forked a chief of the third. Asheton, of ITampton-Court.^
ASHCOXI'R, [Scotland,] per pale ar. and sa. a ASHEIELD, [Lancashire,] sa. a fesse betw. three
chev. counterchanged. fleurs-de-lis ar.
A.SHDAUN, ar. a lion rami)ant gu. gorged with a Ashjield, [Suffolk.] The same. (Another, the
collar or, and charged with three ogresses. fesse engr.)
Ashe, [Sir Joseph, Bart. Twickenham, Middle- Ashjield, [Suflolk,] gu. a fesse indented counter-
sex,] ar. chev. sa.
t's\ —
Crest, a cockatrice or, indented, two points at each end, betw, three
combed and wattled gu. fleurs-de-lis ar.
Ashe, [Somersetshire,] ar. a fesse az. over all a Ashjield, [Yorkshire,] sa. a fesse betw. tliree fleurs-
saltier gu. de-lis within a bordure ar.
[e2]
— .

ASH AST
Ashfield, [Sussex,] sa. on a fes.se cns^r. betw. two Ashley, [London,] gu. three wool-sacks ar. in chief
fleurs-de-lis ar. a ciesieiit of the field. a nruUet or.
Ashfield, sa. a chev. eiiyr. betw. three fleurs-de- Ashley, [London,] gu. on a fesse engr. ar. betw.
lis ar. three griffins' heads erased or, as many crosses
Ashfield, [Oxfordshire,] barry wavy of six ar. and formee fitchee of the field.
.sa. Ashley, gii. on a fesse engr. betw. three griffins'
Ashfield, or Est field, [SulTolk.] Hie same. heads erased ar. as many crosses lonuee sa.
Ashfield, [Oxfordshire,] ar. a trefoil slipjied betw. Ashley, [Devon,] az. a cinquefoil orra. pierced of
three mullets f;u. the field. See Astley.
Ashfield, [Warwickshire and ])ackin,alKanshire,] Ashley, [Dorset,] az. a cinquefoil witliin a bordurc
betw. three raullets gu.
ar. a trefoil slipped sa. engr. erm. — Crest, a harpy ppr.
Crest, a wolf courant erm. ASTKLEY, gu. a lion passant reguardaut ar. with-
Ashfe'd, or, ou a mount vert, a itlagellan goose, in an orle of eight cross crosslets or.
the body sa. head ar. Astley, [Warwickshire,] ar. on a bend az. three
AsiiKOED, [Ashford, Devon, and Cornwall,] ar. griffins' heads erased of the field. See Ashley.

betw. two chev. sa. three ashen keys az. fAno- Astley, gu. a wolf salient ar. within an orle of
ther, the keys vert.)— Crest, on a wreat'i, a cross crosslets or.
moor's liead in profde sa. Avreathed about the Astley, az. a leopard passaul ar. witliin ;ui orle of
temples ar. and issuing out of a chap'et of oak- six cross crosslets or.
leaves vert. Astley, "gu. a leopard rampant ar. armed of the
Ashford, [Devon,] ar. on a chev. voided sa. three field.

bunches of ashen keys ppr. Astley, az. two leopards pi"<ssant ar. armed and
Ashford, [Cornwall,]" ar. a chev. betw. three langued az.
bunches of ashen keys vert. Astley, gu. a leopard rampant ar. armed and lan-
Ashford, ar. on a chev. cou})le-closed sa. tliree gued az. witliiu an orle of eight cross crosslets
pine-apples or. or.

AsuiL, per pale ar. and sa. three leopards' heads Astley, [Lord,] az. a cinquefoil erm.
in pale, counterchanged. Astley. The same, \\\\\\ a label of three points
AsiiivGHURST, or, a cockatrice, close, sa. wat- erm.
tled and legged gu. the tail iiowed and ending Astley, [StalVordshirc.] The same, ^vith a label
with a sei-pent's head, in the mouth of the cock- or.

atrice a sprig vert. —


Crest, a cockatrice, as in Astley. The same, the label compoued or and
the arms. gu
Asrif-KV, [Sir Francis, I\jit. Dorsetshire,] vert, Astley, [Essex,] az. a cinquefoil erm. Crest, on —
a cinquefoil erm. within a bordiire engi-. ar. a chapeau, a plume of feathers ar. banded gu.
Ashleij, [Somersetshire,] ar. three bulls passant and encircled ifh a ducal coronet or.
-vt

sa. armed or. —


Crest, ou a chapeau gu. turned Astley, gu. a lion rampant ar. ai-med az.
up erm. a bull sa. ducally gorged or. Astley, [Kent and Warwickshire,] az. a cinque-
Ashleij, [Suffolk and Norfolk,] sa. a fesse engT. foil erm. within a bordure engr. or. —
Crest, out
betw. three ileurs-de-lis. (Another, three cres- of a ducal coronet or, a plume of feathers in a
cents ar.) ease ar.
Ashley, or Asheley, [Dorsetshire,] sa. on a pale Astley, [Sir Jacob, Islelton-Constable, Norfolk.]
engr. ar. three crescents of the field. The same, with due difference.
Ashleij, az. on a pale engT. ar. three cre.scents of Astley, [Sir Richard, Hart Patishull, Bedford-
the field. (Another, crescents sa.) shire.] The same with due difference. Crest, —
Ashley, sa. on a pale engr. ar. three crescents gu. on a chapeau gu. turned up erm. a shaft of a
Ashley, sn. on a pale engr. ar. tliree crosses formee column gii. environed with a ducal coronet or,
^"• on the top of the column a plume of feathers
Ashley, [Lowesby, Leicestershire,] ar. a lion ram-
pant sa. crowned or. yli/Zcy, [Stafiordhire,] az. a cinquefoil ^
pierced
rampant sa. and a chief gu.
ylshley, ar. a lion
Ashley, ar. a lionrampant gu. Astley, [Warwickshire,] az. three cinquefoils erm.
Ashley, or Astley, [Devon,] cjiuirterly ar. and gu. Astlci/, [\\'olner, Warwickshire,] az. a cinquefoil
rt Ijciid sa. onu. betw. tluee mullets or.
Ashley, (piarterly ar. and gn. on a bend sa. tliree Astley, [Patishull, Salop,] az. a cliupiefoil erm.
;niillels of the first, a cVesceiit for diil'erence. —
Crest, out of a ducal

ASH A S K
vovonet ar. a pliiine of feathers gu. surmounted Ashton, [Cheshire,] a mullet sa. charged with
ar.

with auother phime or. a plate, in chief a crescent of the second.


Aslhy, az. semee of cross crosslets or, a lion Ashton, [Sir Ralph, Knt. and Lart. i^liddleton,
passant guardaut nr. J^ancashire,] ar. on a mullet sa. an annulet or.
Aslley, gu. semee of cross crosslets or, a lion Ashton, [Staffordshire,] ar. a fesse sa. in cliief
rampant guardaut ar. three lo/.enges of the second.
Aslleij, ar. a lion gu. armed and langiicd or. Ashton, [SulVolk,] ar. a fesse sa. in chief three
Aslley, az. a lion passant guardaut ar. (J not Iter, fusils of the second.
the lion or.) Ashton, [Crofton, Lancashire,] quarterly first ar.
Asiley, az. the field replenished v.ith crosses a chev. sa. betw. three mascles gu. secondly -.ir.
bottonce or, a lion passant reguardant ar. tM bars sa.
Aslley, or Asteky, [Stafiordsliire,] ar. a lion ram- Ashlon, or Asheton, [Crofton, Lancashire,] ar. a
pant gu. anned aud langued or. chev. betw. three cbaplets gu. (Another, the
Aslic, ar. a lion rampant gu. chev. sa.) — Crest, out of clouds )ipr. a demi
AsiniAN, [Lyruington, "Wiltshire,] or, on abend angel with wings expanded, vested ar. face and
gu. betw. t^o talbots' heads erased sa. three hands ppr. hair, wings, and girdle, or.
fleurs-de-lis ps. Ashlon, ar. two bars sa. and a bend gu.
AsiniOLE,[Compti-o!lerof Excise, 1G79, Stafford,] Asiiton, ar. a pile, over all a fesse engr. erm.
quarterl}' sa. and or, in the cliiefdexfer- quarter, AsiiWEED, or, three squirrels gu.
afieur-de-lis of the second. —
Crest, a greyhound A.sinvoRTH, [Heyford, Oxfordshire,] gu. a cross
couraut sa. engr. couped or, betw. four fleurs-de-lis ar.
AsiiOK, or, a fesse az. in the chief dexter quar- Crest, on a mount vert, a fox ppr.
ter a saltier gu. Ashicorth, gu. a cross engr. hnmettee or, betw. four
AsiiOKP, or Arthokp, ar. a chev. bet\v. three ileurs-de-lis ar.
martlets gu. ASHWY, gu. semee of cross crosslets fitchec or,
Asiii'OOLE, az. three cliev. or. a lion rampant ar.
ASHTHORPE, a chev. betw. three martlets sa.
ar. AsiXGCOURT, or AisixcouRT. See A'iSiNf;-
AsiiETON, [of Great Lever, Lancashire,] ar. on COURT.
a mullet sa. an annulet of the field, in the dex- AsKE, az. four lozenges ar.
ter chief point a crescent gu. As/ce, [Chobeut, Lancashire,] barry of six ar. and
AslUon, or Aston, [Ashton, Cheshire,] per chev. az.
sa. and ar. As/ce, [Aske, Yorkshire,] or, three bars az. an
Ashlon, ar. a chev. betv/. three roses gu. annulet for diilereuce. —
Crest, au old man's
Ashton; [Yorkshire and AViltshire,] sa. a saltier head iu profile ppr. -nTeathed about the temph^s
ar. or and az. and tied with a bow of the colours.
Ashlon, [Spalding, Lincolnsliire, and of London,] yJske, [Aughton, Yorkshire.] The same.
ar. a mullet pierced sa. in the dexter corner a j-Jske, ar. three lions passant guardaut az.
fleur-de-lis gu. —
Crest, out of a mural coronet Jske, [Yorkshire,] or, three bars az. within a bor-
ar. a griffin's head gu. ducally gorged and beak- dure engr. gu. (yJnother, the bordure plain.)
ed or. Jske, [Yorkshire,] or, tv.o bars az.
Ashlon, [Ashton-under-Line, Lancashire, and of Jlske, [Yorkshire,] or, four barrulets az. (Ano-
Sheeiing, Essex.] The same, with a crescent. ther, tiiree.)
Ashton, or Ashcton, [Cheshire and Lancashire,] xVsK.EKV, [Sir Robert, Knt.] ar. a lion rampant
ar. a mullet sa. —
Crest, a boar's head couped sa. billottee or.
ar. Jskehy, [Cheshire,] ar. a chev. engr. az.
Ashton, [Weston, Leicestershire.] The same, with ylskehy, Asklahy, or Jslakehy, az. a fesse betw.
a crescent for difference. three martlets ar.
Ashton, [Sheplcy and Lancashire,] ar. a mullet Jskehy, az. a lion rampant ar. betvv. eight escal-
sa. pierced of the field. —
Crest, a mower \v\i\\ lops or.
his scythe, his face and hands ppr. his habit and Jskeliy, or, three chev. az.
cap counterchangcd ar. and sa. the hiuidle of the A.-ifCE.V.M, ASKEIIAM, or AsKHA.M, gu. a fesse
scvtlie or, the blade ar. as in action. [Granted, Ijotw. three dolphins or. (Jnolher, the dol-
A'uyust IG, 1G:32.] phins ar.)
Ashton, [Cheshire,] or, a mullet sa. yJskeum, gu. a fesse or, betw. three dolphins ar.
Ashlon, [Lancashire,] ar. a mullet sa. pierced As!-:i:i.K^', AsKi,i:i and SKAi.in', ar. a clicv.
,

crm. engr. az. (Jnolhir, the field erni.)


ASP AST
Aslceley, tim. a chief enc^r. az. ASPEEV, vaire, ar. and sa. three bars gu. a can-
AsKi'.KKBY, az. a fesse betw. three mullets ar. ton erin.
AsKERTON, or, a trefoil slipped vert. Aspi'L, az. a chev. or.
Aski:tine, [West Peckham, Kent,] or, on a AsSAKAR, or ) sa. a chev. eiigr. betw. three cres-
chev. betw. three lions' gambs sa. couped gn. ASSAKUR, 5 cPnts ar.
and erect, three crescents of the first. Crest, — ASSEEES, gu. a saltier and a chief or.
two lions' f^ambs erect sa. supporting a crescent AssiL, sa. an ass ar.
or. AssEEOCK, sa. a chev. crni. betw. three Catha-
Aslijion, [Laiicash'ue.] The same as Ashclun, of rine-wheels ar.
Crofton, Lancashire. Assent, ar. a chev. betw. three crescents gu.
ASKOliTiiE, sa. a fesse p;\\. betw. three asses ar. within a bordurc engT. erm.
ASKWITII, [Yorkshire,] sa. a fesse betw. three ASSETIIORP, ar. a chev. betw. three martlets sa.
cross crosslets ar. AssoR, ar. a fesse az. betw. two barnilets or, in-
AsLACK, or AsLOKE, [Holme, Norfolk,] sa. a dented on the sides gu.
chev. erm. betw. three Catharine-wheels ar. AsTAliLE, quarterly vair and gu. a bordure engr.
f Another, the wheels or.) —
Crest, a talbot's head or.
sa. gullie de Veaii. AsTAKEY and AsTEEL, gu. a lion passant guar-
Asi.AKi'.Y, az. a fesse betw. three martlets ar. dant within an orle of cross crosslets or.
(Another, field gu.) ASTEEL, gu. a lion rampant guardant, witliin an
ASMX, [London,] ar. a chev. creiiellee az. betw. orle of cross crosslets ar.
three roses gii. stalked and leaved ppr. Crest, — Astell, [Everton, Bedfordshire, Huntingdon,
a demi liorse ppr. and Loudon,] gu. a hou passant per pale or
Aslin, or, on a chev. crenellee gu. three roses of and ar. bet^v. four cross crosslets of the last.—
the field, slipped vert. Crest, a cross crosslet or, entwined with a serpent
Aslin, or Ashiri, or, a chev. gu. betw. three lo- vert.
zenges of the second. Astell, [Leicestershire,] gu. a lion passant
Aslin, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three lozenges of the g-uardant or, the field crusily of the second, on
second, each charged with a cross crosslet sa. a canton ar. an eagle displayed sa. on the
Ashjn, ar. a chev. snperembattled az. betw. three breast, on an escocheon gold, three bars az.
roses gu. slipped and barbed or. ASTEN, or Ansten, ar. ou a fesse betw. two
Ashjn, ar. on a chev. gu. betw. tliree cross cross- chev. sa. three crosses or.
lets fitchce az. as many lozenges of the field, Astin. See AUSTIN.
each charged with a cross crosslet of the second. Aston, ar. a fesse sa. in chief three mascles of the
ASN ANTES, gu. two bars dancettee or. second.
ASPALL, [Suflolk,] az. three chev. or. (Another, Aston, ar. a chief undcc sa.
adding a fleur-de-lis gii.) Aston, [Suflolk,] az. a bend cottised, betw. six
Aspall, [Northampton,] az. three chev. ar. cross crosslets or.
AspiLON, ar. a chev. betw. three escallops sa. Aston, [Cornwall,] ar. a chev. engr. betw. three
Aspilon, ar. on a chev. betw. three escallops sa. as fleur-de-lis sa.
many boars', heads couped or. Aston, [Ireland and Staffordshire,] ar. a fesse sa.
ASPIN, [Dr. William, Bucks,] az. tliree chevero- in chief tlu-ee lozenges of the second. Crest, —
nels ar. betw. as many quatrefoils or. Crest, — a bull's head or, the horns ar. tipped sa. Sup-
on a wreath, a dragon's head or, betw. two as- porters, two lloman knights completely armed,
pen branches ppr. \^Grantcd hy Henry ist. face, hands, and knees, ppr.
George, Clarcnceii.v, February 20, 1687.] Aston, ar. on a chief or, three lozenges sa.
Asjnne, az. aa aspen leaf or. Crest, a bull's head or, horned per fesse, sa.
AspiNAEE, [Preston, Lancashire,] or, a chev. and ar. (Another crest a rhapeau gu. turned
,

betw. tlu-ee grifllns' heads erased sa. — Crest, up erm. on each side of the cap 's^iihin the
a demi griflin erased sa. beaked, legged, and erm. a honi pj)r.)
collared or. IG ranted Vi-iS.] Aston, [Staflbrdshirc, Aston, Lancashire, and of
Aspinall, ar. an aspen leaf ppr. Cheshire,] per chev. sa. and ar. See Ashton.'
Aspenell, or Aspandall, vert, three asps in pale — Crest, an ass's head, per pale, ar. and sa.
or. (Another, the ass's head per chev. ar. and sa.)
Aspinwcdl, Ashmell, and Asmall, [Northumber- Aston, [Cheshire,] ar. a chev. betw. three mascles
land,] gu. two bars dancettee or, within a bor- gu.
dure sa. Aston, az. cinquefoil i)ierced erm.
A T C ATI!
Aston, [Staffordshire,] or, on a chief iiz. a hoii Atcliff, or
^sa.mreeseapyesppr.
thrt
passiint of the field. (Anolher, the field ar.) Arc LI FIE,
Aslon, az. a chief or, over all a lioii rauipaut of AtclyJJe, [Kent,] az. three quatrefoils or, slijipeJ
the second. (Anolher, the tail forked.) vert.
Aslon, ar. a chief az. over all a lion rampant g\i. Alclyffc, az. three shovellers, two and one, ur.
Aston, the same, within a hordure Robonated, ar. Atcomh, [Devon,] sa. three niarhons, sinister
and sa. chmged v,hh escallops counter-changed wings displayed ar.

Aslon, [Gloucestershire,] gn. a lion rampant or, Atkmxila, or Atendelaw, [Italy,] az. a lion
over all a bend vair. rampant or, supporting in his paw a body heart
Aslon, [Enfield, IMiddlesex,] gu. a lion rampant ar. gu. (Anollier, the heart or.)
op])ressed v.itli a bend vair. Ateste, [Sir Richard,] gu. a crosslet enn.
Aslon, [Wiltshire,] az. a bend ar. cottised betw. Ateield, per chev. erm. and sa. in chief two
six cross crosslets fitchee or. dolphuis of the second.
Aston, az. a bend ar. cottised or, betw. eight tre- Atfidd, per chev. ar. and sa. in chief two dolphin^
foils of the third. of the second.
Aston, [Northamptonshire,] sa. a saltier ar. Atford, [Surrey and Yorkshire,] gu. three pears
Aston, or,* a chief az. or, two and one, a chief of the second. (Ano-
Aslovuie, gu. three sea-urchius, or hedgehog-fish, lher, six pears.)
in pale ar. Atford, [Devon,] gu. a castle ar. crowned or, in
ASTKRBY, [Lincolnshire,] ar. a saltier engr. sa. the j)ort a cross formee jir.

AsTHORi'. See Ashort. Atgroa'E, erm. on a chev. gu. tliree escallop shells
ASTLE, [Staffordsliire,] az. a cinquefoil erm. with-
in a bordiire engr. of the second. Athael, [Sherborne,] sa. a chev. betw. three si-
ASTLKV, [Dorsetshire.] Same arms. nister hands couped ar.
AsTLOW, ar. a chev. betw. three owls az. Athalstane, [Lord of Somerset,] or, two lions
ASTOREI.L, [Huntingdonshire,] ar. on a bend gu. passant az. enraged gu.
three escallop shells or. Athelston, per saltier gu. and az. a cross flory or.
AsTROliV, sa. a bend betw. sL\. stars or. Athelston, gyronny of four pieces, az. and gu. a
ASTROLL, az. an astrolabe or. cross patonce or.
ASTRY, [Woodeud, Bedfordshire,] barry wavy Athelston or Athilslon, ar. a saltier az. betw. four
of six ar. and az. on a chief gu. three bezants. cross crosslets fitchee gu.
Astri/, [Lincolnshire.] Tiie same. Atiiell, [Scotland,] or, three palets sa.
Astnj, [liuutingdoushire.] The same. (All de- Alhell, or Aijle, [SuffoUc.] The same.
scended from Sir Jlalpli Astry, Lord Mayor of AthcJl, ar. a lion rampant az. armed gu. charged
London, in lite reign of King Henry Vll.) on the shoulder with a crescent of the field.
ASTWKLL, gu. a cross betw. four crosslets (Another, the crescent or.)
fitchee or. Athell, or, a lion rampant az. armed gu. on the
ASTWICKE, [Bedfordshire,] ar. tliree crosses bot- shoulder a crescent of the third.
tonee sa. two and one. Athill, ar. a chev. sa. betw. three pears or.
Astwicke, sa. a chev. engr. betw. tliree cross Alhol, [Earl,] paly of six or mid sa.
crosslets fitchee ar. (Another, tlie cross cross- Alhyll, ar. on a chev. sa. three pears or.
lets or.) Atherley, ar. on a bend betw. two hons' heads
Astwicke, chev. engT. ar.
sa. a erased sa. three crosses formee or. Crest, a —
Ataster, ar. on a chev. az. three acorns or. lion's head erased sa.
Atborough, sa. two swords in saltier ar. betw. Ai'HERTON, [Lancashire,] ar. two bends within a
four lleurs-de-lis or. bordure sa.
Atciielay, or A.TCHLEY, [Loiidon,] gu. on a Atherlon, gu. three hawks, belled and jessed or,
fesse engr. betw. three griffins' heads erased ar. two and one.
as many crosses formee fitchee sa. Atherlon, or Atlerton, [Lancashire,] gu. three
Atciiele, gu. on a fesse betw. three griffins' sparrow-hawks, ar. beaked, belled, and jessed,
heads erased or, as raiui}' crosses pattee fitchee sa. or. —
Crest, a hawk ppr. legged and beaked, or.
Atcheson, an eagle displayed with two heads
ai-. (Another crest, a swan az. ducally gorged and
sa. on a chief vert, two spur rowels or, withui a lined or.)
bordure invecked of the second. (Anolher, Atherlon, [of Athertou, Yorkshire.] The same.
witii a cross staff in chief, betw. two spur-rowels.) /\jid for Crest, a derai swan ar. beaked gu. enfiled
—Crest, an astrolabe ppr. V, ith a ducal coronet or.

A T K A T T
Athlowe, [Essex,] ar. on a cliev. az. three lions erm. on a fess(> sa. three pheons ar. — Crest, a
rampant or. pheon or.
Athowk, [Crysley, Norfolk,] sa. a rhev. betw. Atkinson, sa. a betw. four escallop
cross flory ar.
tl)rce carpenter's squares ar. —
Crest, a hird ar. shells or.- —
Crest, a sea-lion sejant ar. holding in
[Granted UjSG.] •the dexter pav,' an escallop shell or. [Granted
ArinVAT, az. a lion rampant ar. Ci-est, on a — by Ser/ar, l(;-24.]
VTreath a horse'.s bead erni. issuing out of a])lumc Atkinson, [Nottingiiam,] or, an eagle displayed
of feathers gu. gu. on a chief az. three bezants. Crest, a demi —
Atkins, [London,] nr. on a cross, bet-.r. four eagle, v.ings displayed or, collared sa.
fleurs-de-lis sa. as many ar. Atkinson, [Yorkshire,] erm. a fesse betw. three
Atkins, [Yelverton, Norfolk,] ar. on a chev. sa. pheons sa.
three unicorns' heads erased of the first. Crest, — Atkinstan, [Cambridge,] erm. a fesse betw. three
a demi tif^er erai. collared and lined or. martlets sa.
Atkins, [Bristol and Somersetshire.] or, a cross Ati.ev, or Ati.kigh, gu. a cross crosslet erm.
qnarterlypierced flory and counter-tlory az. betw. At lei/, ar. a fesse betw. three crescents sa.
four mullets sa. —
Crest, on a wreath, t-\vo grey- At ley, az. a lion rani'pant ar. armed and langued
hounds' heads endorsed, collar dove-tailed, per gu.
pale, or and az. counterchauged, erased gii. Alley, or Atlee, [Sussex,] az. a lion rampant, ar.
[ff/Y/H/ff/lT-lS.] tail forked.

Atkins, [Doctor of physic,] az. three barrulets Attf.levs, gu. a cross crosslet erm.
ar. in chief as many bezauts. Atloe, per pale indented sa. and ar.
Atktjns, ar. a cross formee az. flory or, betw. four Allow, ar. a chev. betw. three carpenter's squares
mullets of the second. —
Crest, an arm emboved sa.
in armour ppr. lioldin,^ in the gauutlet a cross Allow, [Dr.] ar. a chev. l>etw. three owls az.
formee fitchee az. florv or. Atmohe, ar. two bars wri. betw six martlets gu.
.

Alhjns, [Sir Robert, Knight of the Bath, Tot- three, two, —


and one. Crest, a mermaid ppr.
teridge, Hertfordshire, and Sapertoo, Glouces- crined or, comb and mirror of the last.
tersliire,] ar. a cross sa. a ti-essure of a half Attemore, ar. a fesse, per fesse daucettee gu.
fleiu-de-lis betw. four mullets ])ierced of tlie se- and sa. betw. tlrree mullets az.
cond. — Crest, two greyhounds' heads endorsed A TON, or, three covered cups gu.
ar. and sa. collared and ringed counterchauged. Atslev, or, on a fesse az. three lions rampant of
Atkyns, ar. on a chev. sa. three unicorns' heads the first. —
Crest, a leopard's head erased or,
erased of the field. spotted sa. and ducally gorged gold.
Atki/ns, [Sir Richard, Hertfordshire,] az. three Atslow, [Downham, Essex,] ar. on a fesse az.
bars ar. in chief as many bezants. Crest, a — three lions rampant giiardant or.
stork ar. wings and tail sa. beaked and legged ATi^OE, or Atfoe, barry wavy of six pieces or
gii. preying on a dragon vert. and gu.
Atki/ns, [Loudon,] ar. on a cross cottised flory sa. Atsoe, barry v/avy of six pieces ar. and gu. tliree
betw. four mullets az. pierced of the field, five shrimps or.
mullets or. Atsoe, baiTuly or. and gu. three slirimps of the
Aitkens, ar. a cross flory betw. four niidlcts az. • second. (Another, the shrimps of the first.)
Crest, on a -wTeath a dexter arm. in armour Attelounije, ar. two chev. humettee sa. Crest, —
cmbowed, in the hand ppr. a cross crosslet fitchee a hound couthant gu;u'dant ar.
erect ar. Atterbury, paly of eight or and sa. a chief
Aitkin, ar. a chev. az. betw. two cocks in chief vair.
and a buckle in base, gu. Atteuton, gu. three sparrow -iiawks ar. jessed
Atkinson, [Stowell, Gloucestershire,] az. a and belled or.
cross patonce betv.-. four lions rampant ar. Atton, a cross gu.
or,
Atkinson, [Somersetshire,] az. a cross voided Alton, or, a cross sa.
betw. four lions ram])ant or. —
Crest, an eagle Alton, gu. a cross patltie ar. . •
'.

VTtli A\ingsexpanded ar. Ijeaked and legged gu. Alton, gu. a cross bottonee ar.
Atkinson, [London,] gu. an eagle displayed ar. Alton, or Attune, [W'ostmorelaiui,] gu. a cross
on a chief or, a rose betw. two martlets az. sarcelly or, flo\\ ered iu".
— Crest, an eagle, wings expanded ar. beaked Alton, gu. a cross formee tlory or.
and legged gu. Alton, barry of six az. and or, on a canton gu. a
Atkinson, or Atchinson, [Newark and Yorkshire,] cross j)atonce ar. (or archy ar.)
——

A T Y AVE
Alton, or, a bat volant gu. bend betw. two lions rampant or. — Crest, on a
Alton, or, tsvo bars az. ou a cantou gai. a cross wreath, an ermine ppr.
flory ar. AvAN, [Wales,] erm. on a bend gu. an annulet.
ATTVNGIIA^r, sa. a bend ar. (Another, three ajmulets.)
Atwater, [Kent,] sa. a fesse voided az. betw. AvELK\ IS, [SulTolk,] ar. three inescocheons gu.
three swans ppr. fAnother, tlie fesse wavy.) two and one.
Atwater, barry \vavy of six ar. and gu. three cre- AvELiN, or EvFXiN, [Long Ditton, Surrey,] az.
vices or, two and one. a griiliu passant or, on a chief of the second,
Atwater, barry ^vavy of six ar. and gu. three dol- three mullets of the field. —
Crest, a demi hind
piiins or. erm. vulned in the shoulder gu. [Granted
Atwater, enn. ou a rliief gu. three roses or. lo72.]
Atwater, vert, two lions sejant, with two bodies Aveline, [^\ indsor and Frogmore, Berks,] per
and one head, within a bordure engr. ar. pale az. and gii. three eagles displayed or.
Atuater, vert, alion giiardant, with two bodies and Crest, a lion's head erased ar. holding in the
oue head or, witlii/i a bordure engr. ar. mouth, paleways, a sword ar. hilt iind pomel or.
Axwr.LL, [Devou,] ar. three leopards' heads az. AvEN, or Avery, [Gloucestershire,] gu. three
Atwell, [Devon,] ar. a pile in point sa. and chev. chev. ar.
counterchanged. —
Crest, a lion rampant eriui- AvENANT, [Worcestershire,] erm. on a pale gu.
nois, holding in the paws an annulet. [Patent, a cross pattee chequy ar. and sa. flory or, on a
1G14.] ciiief of the last a billet within a mascle betw.
Atwell, or Afwill, [Devon,] ar. a pile gu. over two escallop shells az.
all a chev. az. within a bordure cugi-. or. AvENAYNE, AvENAR, gii. a fcsse betw. six
o/-
Atwood, gu. a hou rampant ar.— Crest, ou a annulets ar.
wreath, an antelojie's head ppr. AvENEL, or AvENETT, [Cambridge,] ar. a
Atwood, [Uromlield, Essex,] ar. ou a fesse ra- fesse betw. six aimulets gti.
guly az. three lleui-s-de-lis or. —
Crest, on a Averieil, or, on a fcsse gu. three cross crosslets of
branch of a tree tnmked lying fesseways or, a the first.
fleur-de-lis ar. betw. two sprigo a ert. Avcneli, [Gloucester,] ar. sLx annulets gu.
Atwood, [Gloucestershire,] gu. a lion rampant AvENEY, or Avery, [Gloucestershire,] gu.
guardant ar. betw. eight acorns slipi?ed or. three chev. ar.
Atwood, gu. the field replenished with acorns or, AvENON, [Lord Mayor of London, 1569,] erm.
a lion rampant ar. (Another, the field sa.) on a pale gu. a cross formee flory or, on a chief
Atiuood, gu. a lion rampant erm. sa. a mascle of the third betw. two escallops ar.
Ativood, gu. a liou rampant guiudaut ar. AvENSTEY, or Anstey, barrv oi sLx ar. and az.
Aticood, ar. a lion rampant gu. over all a bendlet gu.
Atxcood, ar. a wolf salient sa. Avenslcij. The same, with a bendlet compony ar.
Atv:ood, ar. a wolf salient sa. collared of the fiist, and gu.
withiu a bordure of the second. Averall, or, three star-flowers ppr.
Atiuood, ar. a wolf salient sa. within a bordure Aver AN, ar. a quarter sa.
engr. of the second, charged with an cntoire of AvERANCE, gu. ci-usily or, a bend of mascles
eight bezants. erm.
Atv:ood, ar. a wolf salient sa. betw. three tor- Averance, gu. five fusils in bend erm. betw. three
teauxes, %vithin a bordure of the second. cross crosslets or.
Atwood, gyronny of .... pieces ar. and or, a AvERiNGE, ar. a cross gu. wifliin a bordure sa.
wolf salient sa. (Another, the bordure engT.)
Atwood, [Broughton, Salop,] gu. a lion rampant AaeRiV, [Warwickshire,] or, on a chev. sa. betw.
double queued ar. three boars' heads erased of the second, armed
Atwood, ar. a greyhound skipping in bend sa.
Atwood, erm. throe leopards' heads az.

and langiied gu. a mullet ar. Crest, on a wreath,
a horse's head erm.
Atwortii, [Suffolk,] ar. a gTitliu segreant per A^ erthorp, sa. a cross flory or.
fesse sa. and gu. vVvi'.RY, [Huwish, Somersetshire, and Enfield,
A Iworth, ar. a grifiin segreant per fesse az. and Middlest^x,] gu. a fesse betw. three bezants.
sa. Crest, two lion's gambs or, supporting a be-
Aty, [Sir Arthur, Knt. Middlesex,] az. a bend zant.
betw. two lions or, langiied gu. Avery, [Haddon, Derbyshire,] ar. six annulets
Atije, or Attye, [Newington, 3Iiddlesex,] az. a gu. three, two, and cue.
[ F ]

A U B A U D
Avery, or Averey, [Tillin2;ly, W^arvickshire,] erin. Auhyn, St. [Alfoxton, Somersetshire,] erm. on a
on a pale engr. az. tliit-e lions' licads couped bend sa. three plates. —
Crest, a squirrel sejant

Crest, a leopard coucliaiit ar. bezanlee,
or. erm. collared and lined or.
ducally gorged or. AuBYGiN and Aubigin. The same as Aubig-
AvERNKSs, bendy of six ar. and gii. NEY.
AuBEMARLF, gii. cnisily or, a bend lozengy Aiihiyncy, gii. a fesse engr. ar. Sec AWBIG-
erm. NKY.
Auhemarle, tliree fusils in bend erm. voided
gii. Aiihiynie. See Dawbeny, Awbene, and Aw-
of the betw. six cross crosslets or.
field, bi'gney.
Auhemarle, gu. a beud lozengy betw. six cross AuciiEK, [liounic, Kent,] erm. on a chief az.

crosslets or. thi-ee lions rampant or. —


Crest, a bull's head
AUKEMOND, or AuBKMUNDK, emi. a chief in- erased gu.
dented az. replenished v,'\t\\ fleurs-de-lis or. Aucher, or Arher, [Sir Anthony, Knt. and Bart.
AuBEMONT, erm. on a pale az. tltree flem-s-de-lis Bishopsbournc, Kent,] erm. ou a chief az.
or. three lions rampant or, armed and langued gu.
AUBERMIN, az. a cliev. or. —
(Another, three lious ar.) Crest, a bull's head
AUBERT, quarterly; first, or, tliree talbots' heads erased gu.
erased at the neck ppr.; second, paly of six ar. Aucher, Auger, or Archer, [Bourne, Kent,] erm.
and az. a chief or; third, ar. on a chev. sa. ou a chief az. three lions rampant or. Crest, —
three roses of the first fourth, ar. a hon ram-
; a bull's head erased gu. attired or. See
pant sa. dcbruised -with a fesse gu. all betw. AWGER.

three mullets of sLx points az. —
Crest, a talbot AucHENLECK., ar. three bars sa.
passant ppr. a broken collar betw. his fore legs, Auchenk'ck, ar. a cross counterembattled sa.

as if fallen from his neck, a liiie afiixed to the AuciiMKNAN, a chev. betw. two cinquefoils
ar.

collar, and reflexing over his back, and passing gu. and a saltier couped in base az.
betw. his hind legs, with a double bow at the AuCHMOUTY, ar. a broken lance or spear in base,
end, all or. IMotto, " Fide et fortiludine." betw. two spur-rowels az. (Another, mart-
[Certified, at the Colleye of Anns, London, lets.)
1779, to Alexander Anhe'rt, Esq.] Auchti;rlony, az. a lion rampant ar.
AuBERV, Aubrey, and Arobrkv, [Hereford- Audeby, or Audebis, gu. on a bend ai'. t'uee
shire,] gu. a fesse eugT. ar. martlets sa.

Auhery, [Suffolk,] ar. a saltier az. betw. four Audehy, gu. ou a bend three birds sa.
or,
gTiflius' heads erased gu. Andehy, gu. on a bend
or, three mai'tlets sa.

Aubcry, [Lord Mayor of London, 1339, 1340, AUDENCULES, or, a fesse az.
and 1351,] or, a saltier az. betw. four griffins' AuDLAY, gu. a fret or, \\ithin a bordure gobo-
heads erased gu. nied gu. and ar.
Auhrey, [Brecon,] az. a chev. betw. three eagles' Audley, [Waldon, Essex,] quarterly, per pale in-
beads erased or. (Another, the field sa.) dented or and az. on a bend of the second,
Crest, an eagle's head erased or. betw. two eagles displayed gold, a fret betw.
Auhrey, [Sir John, Knt. and Bart. Llanbutbried, two martlets of the last.— Crest, on a chapeau,
Glamorganshire.] The same. gu. turned up erm. a wivern, with wing en-
Awhre, [Sufiolk,] ar. a saltier betw. four giiftius' dorsed, quarterly or aud az. (Another crest,

heads erased sa. the wivcrn with wings endorsed ppr.)


Awhrey, [Chadenwich and Burton, Wilts,] bendy Audley, [Beerechurch, Essex,] or, ou a fesse az.
of eight erm. and gu. betw. three conies' heads couped sa. three mart-
Awhrey, az. a chev. betw. three eagles' heads lets ar.
erased or. —
Crest, au eagle's head erased or. Audley, gu. a fret or. —
Crest, a saracen's head
Awhrey, gu. a fesse engr. erm. couped ppr. wreathed about the temples ar. and
Aubeyne. The same as Aubyn, St. purp.
Auhin. The same. Audley, gu. a fret or, within a bordure counter
Auhin, St. ar. on a cross gu. betw. four erm. compony ax. and vert.

spots, five bezants. —


Crest, on a wreath, upon Audley, gu. a fret within a bordure ar.
or,

a rock, a Cornish chough ppr. Audlcij, ar. six bears' paws erased in saltier, four
Auhin, St. [Cornwall,] or, on a cross sa. five be- in chief and two in base, sa.
zants. —
Crest, ou a rock ppr. au eagle rising Audley, gu. on a chev. or, three martlets sa.
Audley, or Audly, or, a fesse cottised, betw. three

A U L A U S
conies sa. — Crest, martlet sa. [Granted by AULi.s, az. a chev. betvthree awls, points re-
Camden, 1G08.] versed, ar. hafts or.
Audlei/, [Earl of Gloucester,] gii, fret or, AuLDKRSTON, [Scotland,] vert, on a chev. ar.
within a bordure ar. three crescents sa. in the sinister chief a nudlet
Audley, [Lord of Ileleigh,] gu. a fret or. of the second.
Andley, gu. a fret of eigiit or, a label az. AUiMERLE, gu. a cross patonce vair.
Audeley, gu. frctty or. [I'/tis coat of aims iras Aumirle, gu. a cross patonce ar.
borne by Sir James Audeley, son and Iieir of AuNCELL, erm. on a fesse gu. three cross cross-
KicJiuIus Lord Audeley, one of the Knights lets or.
Co7iipanions of the ilost Noble Order of the Aunccll, gu. a bend fusily ar.
Garter to Ki'ny Edward III.] Aunccll, or, a bend gu.
Audeley, gu. fretty or, a label of three points sa. Avncell, [Cornwall,] gu. a saltier engr. ar. befsv.
(Another, the label az. another, the label ai-. four bezants.
each point charged -with a lion rampant az.) Auncell, gu. five fusils in bend or.
AuDESLEV, ar. two lions' pa>vs erased, and erect, AuNDBY, ar three chev. and a fesse gu.
iu saltier gii. AuNE, [Yorkshire,] gu. three bucks' heads ar.
AuDLYM. See Allym. AuNGELL, o>- Angell, or, a fesse lozengy az.
AUDYM, [Dorchester,] ar. on a cross gu. five over all a bendlet gu.
lioncels salient or, a midlet for difference gu. Aunger, enn. a griffin scgreant per fesse or and
Crest, a lion passant crowned or, bearing on his az. —
Crest, an escarbuncle or.
shoulders a pascal banner disvelloped ar. stall' and Annyer, or Anger, erm. on a chief az. three nias-
cross gu. [The lion is borne by some rampant, cles ar.
per pale or aud ar. holding up the banner.] Aunger, erm. a griffin rampant sejant az.
Audym, [Dorchester,] ar. on a cross gu. five lions AuREiciiiER, or, in the dexter chief point a

rampant or. Crest, a lion passant, his tail ex- lion passant, in the sinister chief point and in
tended or, bearing a banner ar. charged with a base a cincpiefoil, all sa.

cross gu. AuRiOL, [London and Brussels, Flanders,] ar.


AuDYN, ar. on a cross gu. five lions salient or. on a moimt vert, a tree of the last, -nith two
Aud ICE, ar. three hinds' ears gu. birds' nests, pendant by strings gu.
AuFFERTON, az. two chev. or. AuSBORNE, sa. billettee or, a griffin segTeant of
AUFFRICK, gu. three legs armed ppr. conjoined the last.
in the centre at the up]5er part of tlie thighs, Auscor, enn. a chev. gobony ar. and az. betw.
(lexed in a triangle, garnished and spurred or. tliree leopards'heads of the third.
—Crest, two arms embowed and erect, in ar- Austen, or, a chev. gii. betw. three lion's gambs
mour, holding in their hands a gem ring, all ppr. erect, erased sa. armed of the second. Crest, —
AUFRONS.quiU-terly; first, vaire or aud gu. second, on a mural crown or, a stag sejant ar. attired
gu. -with an annulet or. gold. [Borne by George Austen, of Fairfield-
AUGEK, OcER, or AWGER, ar. three boring au- Cottage, St. Peter, Thanet, Kent,' 1^23.] A
gers sa. subscriber. See Plate.
Augers, az. three siilanianders' heads erased or. Austen. The same arms and [Borne by
crest.
AUGERWORME, vert, an auger ar. handle or, John Austell, Esrj. of TayweV, Goudhurst,
the shank entwined with an adder az. Kent, 1823. These arms appear to have been
AUGHE, or AWGH, per chev. ar. and gu. three granted to the family, by Camden, Clarencieux,
fleurs-de-lis counterchanged. AprU 20, 1603.]
AUGIITON, [HadUnglon, Lancashire,] sa. three Austen, [Tenterden, Kent, and Guildford, Surrey,]
garbs or. az. a chev. betw. three birds or.
Auyhton, [Devonshire,] ar. a chev. engr.bctw. three Austen, gu. a saltier engr. erm. betw. four plates.
tleurs-de-lis sa. Austen, [Norfolk,] az. achev.ar.
AuKE, gu. t>^o bars ar. in chief three annulets of Austen, [Norfolk,] az. a chcv.ar. betw. three birds
the last. or.
AuKES, or, the head of an auk ppr. Austen, ar. on a chev. gu. three lozenges or, each
AuLD, ar. upon a mount vert, a tree pierced charged with a cross crosslet fitchee sa.
through in bend by a sword ppr. upon the point Austen, ar. on a chev. gu. betw. three lion's gambs
a crown. —
CresI, upon a v\reatli, a lion's head bendy and erased sa. three crescents or.
erased. Austen, ar. on a fesse betw. two cheveronels sa.
AULE, sa. three awls, points erect, ar. hafts or. tln-ee cross crosslets or.
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AYE A Y L
Austin, g\\. a ciiev. en^. erm. betw. three ducal Ayer, gu. three covered cups ar.
coronets or. —
Crest, on a wreath, a pascal lamb Ayer, az. three larks or.
ar. Ayer. See A YRE.
Austin, [Walpole, Norfolk,] gu. a chev. betw. Ay ERST, ar. on a bend engr. az. a sun in chief
three long crosses or. or, and an eagle, -wings elevated, of the iield
Auslon, gai. six stars, three, tv.o, and one, ar. in bast-; in the sinister chief point a cross flury
within a bordurc indented or. gu.
Austijn, [Somersetsliire,] ar. on a chev. sa. betw. Ay LAND, sa. on an inescocheon ar. a bend gu.
three lion's gambs bent and erased of the se- Ayle, or, three palefs sa.
cond, three bezants. Aylemer, Ayeener, or Aylmer, [Baron
Austyn, i^T,. a chev. betw. three birds or, beaked Aylmer, in Ireland,] ar. a cross sa. betw. lour
and legged gu. sea-aylets of the second. —
Crest, a sea-aylet,
Austyn, ar. on a fesse betw. two chev. sa. three with wing displayed sa. iu a ducal coronet or.
cross crosslets or. Su])pnrters, two mariners, the dexter holding a
AuSTiLL, ax. a saltier ragidy vert. forstair, the sinister a lead line, idl ppr. Motto,
AuSTREY, [Sommerton, llunliiigdoushire, and " Steady."
of Yorkshire,] haxvy wavy of six ar. and az. Aylemer, ar. on a cross engr. sa. five bezants
on a chief gn. tliree bezants. —
Crest, an ostrich's betw. four sea-aylets withhi a bordure gobonated
head erased ar. betw. two ostrich's wings gu. in az. and purp.
the bei^k a horse-slioc Aylemer, ar. a cross betw. four eaglets close gu.
Austreii, [Hartington, Bedfordshire.] The same Aylemer, ar. a cross sa. betw. four daws ppr.
anns. — Crest, a demi ostrich ar. wings gu. Aylmer, [Essex, 1607,] ar. a cross betw. four
AuTiNGiiAM, or Antixgham, sa. a bend ar. sea-aylets sa. beaked and legged gu. —
Crest, on
At;TRF.v, [Hants,] az. a fesse fusiiy ar. in chief a marquis's coronet or, an aylet's head erased
a label of five points or. sa. beaked gu. betw. two eagle's wings expand-
AUTREYN, [Sussex,] az. a fesse fusiiy ar. over ed or.
all a bendlet gu. Aylmer, ar. a fesse betw. three asses passant gu.
Awi!i:ne, gu. six lozenges ar. three escallops in Aylmer, [London,] or, on a ci-oss engr. betw. four
chief or. martlets sa. five bezants witlun a bordure gobo-
AwiiiGNKY, sa. three helmets ar. nated purp. and ar.
AwJiMARLE, [Dorset,] gu. fi\e fusils in bend Aylesbury, or Alesbury, [Warwickshire,]
erm. betw. six cross crosslets or. az. a cross ar.
AwXREY, [Oxon, and A^™dye, Devonshu-e,] ar. Aylett, [Brainlree, Essex,] az. a fesse embat-
on a bend cottised az. three roses or. tled betw. three uuicorns' heads erased ar. crined
AwGER, or Acer, [Kent and Gloucestershire,] —
and armed or. Crest, a demi unicorn reguar-
erm. on a chief az. a lion rampant ar. Crest, a — dant crined and armed or.
i\x.

hull's head erased gu. attired ar. Ayleward, [Norfolk,] per pale sa. and ar. two
Awyer. See Auger and Augers. fleurs-de-lis in pale counterchanged.*
AwNSAM, ar. on a canton sa. a fleur-de-lis or. Ayleward, sa. a chev. betw. three garbs or.
Aunsam, per chev. ar. and az. three fleurs-de-lis Aylward, [Sufl"olk,] ar. on a saltier az. betw. four
counterchanged. griflins' heads erased gu. a leopard's face and
AwNSER, ar. three talbots' heads erased gu. four lozenges or.
Av/YS, ar. a chev. betw. three foxes' heads couped Aylward, or Alward, [Sufl'olk,] ar. a saltier az.
gu. (Another, erased.) betw. four heads erased gu.
griffins'
AXALL, or AxEsoN, gu. three axes ar. Aylward, ar. on a cross az. a leopard's face betw.
AxTEi.L, az. three axes ar. handles or. four lozenges or.
AxTON, g-u. a fesse erm. AYEE^YAY, [Taunton, Gloucestershire,] az. a
Ayala, ar. two wolves passant sa. within a bor- liou rampaut or, betw. three crosslets fitchee
dure gu. replenished with eight j)air of lions' ar.
gambs in saltier or. Ayle\VORTII, sa. on a bend ar. three birds gu.
Ayala, [Spain,] ar. two wolves passant sa. within on a chief or, thiee rehi-decrs' heads cabossed
a bordure or, fretty gu. sa.
Ayde, or, a fesse counterembattled bet v.*. three Aylworth, [Kent, Devonshire, Gloucester,] ar.
leopards' heads az. a fesse engr. betw. six billets gu. —
Crest, an arm
Aykr, or Ayre, [Nottinghamshire,] gu. three habited sa. issuing out of rays or, iu the hand
doves close ar. beaked and membered or. ppr. a human skull ar.

AYR BAB
Aylworlk, on a fosse eiigr. g-u. a crescent of
ar. six crosses formee fitchee ar. three mullets
the first, hetw. six billets of tLe spcoiid. sa.
Ayhcorih, [Somersetshire,] ar. on a fesse enpj. Ayre, [Isle of Ely,] ar. on a chev. sa. three qua-
cottised betw. six (or three) billets gu. tliree in- trefoils or.
fants' heads, coiijied at the shoulder, ar. (or Jipr.) Ayre, ar. a bend az. betw. two mullets gu.
ciined or. — Crest, tlie same as Avlwortii, of Ayre, [Nottinghamshire,] gu. three birds ar. mem-
Kent. bered or.
Aybvorth, ar. a cliev. engr. hciw. six billets gu. Ayrmin, [Lincolnshire,] ai'. a saltier engr. and a
Aylworth, [Essex,] az. a ilcur-de-lis or, betw. chief gu. .

three liezanfs. Aysiiiskkton. See Ashhertox.


Aylwortli, sa. a chev. betw. three garbs or. Ayshcomh. SeeAsiicoMii.
Aylford, gu. fretty erin. Ayshe. See Ache or Eche.
Aylford, gii. fretty or. A'iSiLDEY, ar. a lion ramiiaut gu. collared of tlie

Aylford, or Aynford, gu. a fret ongr. erni. field, and charged on the shoulder with a nudiet
AvLiFKE, [Loudon and Brinksv.orth,] ar. on a az.
chev. engr. sa. betw. three stars gii. streaming Ayson, [Essex and London,] ar. a niuUet sa. in
on the dexter side downwards in bend or, as the dexter point a Ueur-de-lis gu. Crest, out —
many bucks' faces of the field. Crest, out of — of a mural crown ar. a griffin's head gu. ducally
a ducal coronet or, itn oak tree ppr. frected gorged or.
or. AytoV. See Aighton.
Ayliffe, quarterly, gu. and sa.
Ayloffe, [Sir William, Bart. Bnixted Magna, Es-
sex, and Framfield, Sussex,] sa. a lion rampant
collared gu. betw. three crosses formee or.
Crest, a demi ilon or, collared gu.
B
Ayloffe, [SutTolk.] The same.
Ayloffe, sa. a lion rampant guardant or, coll;u-ed
gu. charged with three crosses of tlie second. Baa, or Bao, [Bedfordsliire,] gu. a chev. betw.
Ayloffe, [Kent and Wiltshire,] quarterly gu. and three mullets ar. (Another, the mullets with
sa. a lion rampant betw. threu crosses formee six points, pierced, ar.)
fitchee or, collared az. within a bordure pel- Baa, [Bedfordshire,] gu. a chev. betw. three
lettee. plates.
Ay LOFT, ar. a fesse betw. tliree hens sa. Baaii, [Devon.] Same anus.
Baah, gu. a chev. betw. three annulet'^ "<.
AvNCOTF.S, ar. tlu-ee covered cups az. on a chief
g"u. a tower or, betw. two lions passant of the Baa re, or Bare, gu. three lions ar.
field. Babastree, az. four fusils in ptile or.
Ayncoils, tluee covered cups az. a chief gu.
ar. Babeham, or Babehaw, [London,] sa. on a
AvNCOURT, ar. a fesse diuicettee betw. ten chev, betw. three wings ar. as many torteauxes,
billets sa. in chief a label of three points gu. each charged with a plieon or.
Ayncourt, az. billettee, a fesse dancettee or. Babeham, sa. on a chev. or, betw. three wings,
AVNSCOUJIB, [Mayfield, Sussex, and Cowden, ar. as many torteauxes, each charged m ith an
Kent,] chev. betw. three fleurs-de-lis sa.
ar. a eagle's liead or.
— Crest, an ai-m coupcd at the elbow and erect Babelake, ar. on a chev. betw. three cross
ppr. holding in the baud a fleur-de-lis sa. crosslets fitchee az. five ainiidets of the first.

Aynscoitrt, ar. an imperial eagle displayed gu. (Another, bezants.)


Aynesfori), or Alford, gu. fretty erm. Babepull, az. a chev. betw. three (another,
Aynesford, gu. fretty engT. erm. ten) cross crosslets or. _ j

Aynesworth, [Lancashire,] gu. three battle- Barer, [Somersetshire and Oxford,] ar. on a " i

axes ar. cliev. sa. betw. three ogresses, each charged


Aynesirorth, az. tliree spades ai-. (Another, within with a martlet of the first, as many mascles
a bordure or.) or.

Aynsworth, sa. on a bend ar. three crescents of Baher, [Somersetshire,] ar. on a fesse gu. three
the field. hawks' heads erased of the first. Crest, on a —
Ayot, on a cliev. ar. three pheons sa.
vert, mount vert, a cock, with wing expanded, ar.
Aype, erm. a bend gu. comb, wattles, and legs, gu.
Ay RE, [Walton, Devon,] gu. on a bend betw. Baher, [Middlesex.] The same.

BAG BAG
Babington, a chcv. sa. betw. three
ar. on stars of the field. — Crest, a flame of fire
ogresses, as many roses of the field. ppr.
Jiahington, [Dethickin, Oxfordshire, and Derby- Backs, [Trumpington, Cambridgeshire,] erm. on
shire,] ar. fen (orteauxes, fonr, three, two, and a bend gu. three eagles displayed or.
one, in chief a hibel of three points az. Crest, — Backwele, [Middlesex,] paly of six ar. andaz.
a demi bat displayed frii. also, a dragon's head on a chief gu. a lion passant or.
betw. two drajjon's wings, out of the mouth a Backwell, [London,] ar. on a chev. sa. three
scroll. covered cups or. —
Crest, out of a mural crown
Babiiit/loii, [Lodley, Leicestershire, Dorsetshire, or, a demi bull sa.
and Staffordshire,] ar. ten torteauxes, four, three, Bacon, [Gillingham, Norfolk, and E.edgrave.
two, and one. Suffolk,] gu. on a chief ar. two mullets sa.
Babiiif/fon, gn. ten plates ar. C Another, with a Crest, a boar passant erm. armed and hoofed
label or.) or.
Bahhingtoit, three bezants.
goi. Bacon, [Lounde, in Loviugland, Suffolk.] The
Ralhington, gu. three plates. same.
Babthorp, ar. on a chcv. sa. five fleurs-de-lis of Bacon, [Hcsset, Norfolk,] ar. on a fesse engr.
the field. gu. betw. three escocheons of the second, as
Bahtltorp, [Yorkshire,] sa. a chev. betw. three many mullets ar. pierced sa.^ Crest, a talbot"s
crescents erm. head sa, erased gu. holding in the mouth a deer's
Bahlhorj), [Yorkshire,] sa. a chev. or, betw. leg or.
three crescents erm. —
Crest, a cockatrice's Bacon, [Yorkshire,] gu. on a cliief ar. two mul-
head erased ar. beaked, combed, and wattled, lets with six points sa. pierced or.
or. Bacon, gu. on a chev. ar. two mullets sa.
BahtJiorp, sa. a chev. tu^g. betw. three crescents Bacon, [Suffolk,] gu. three trefoils pierced ar.
erm. Bacon, [Suffolk,] ar. a fesse engT. betw. three
BahtJiorp, [Yorkshire,] sa. a chev. or, betw. three escocheons gu. charged with as many mullets
crescents ar. or.
Bahlliorj), sa. a chev. betw. three crescents ar. Bacon, [Suffolk,] az. on a fesse betw. three fleurs-
Babthorp, gu. a fret ar. de-lis or, as many griffins" heads erased of the

Babwkll, [Middlesex,] paly of six ar. and az. field.


over all an eagle displayed sa. armed or. Bacon, gu. tliree cinquefoils pierced ar. f Another,
(Another, adds a bend gu.) erm.)
Bacey, g-u. a chev. ar. bet-w. fnree plates. Bacon, [Harlston, Norfolk,] ar. a fleur-de-lis
Bacij. Same betv\\ three ])ezants. betw. three boars passant or. Crest, a demi —
Baciiei.er, [Berks,] or, a fesse betw. three boar erect or, armed and bristled az.
dragons' heads couped sa. —
Crest, a dragon's Bacon, [Norfolk,] az. three boars passant or.
head erased or, vulned in the neck gu. [1G06.] Bacon, [Hants,] az. three boars passant ar.
Bacheler, ar. a bend betw. three wings &z.( Another, Bacon, az. three boars' heads or.
sa.) Bacon, gu. a cross engr. erm. on a chief vert, two
Baciier, gu. two beudlcts, the one or, tlie other mullets or.
ar. Bacon, gu. three escocheons ar.
Back, ar. gm eagle reonrsant, wings, overture, Bacon, [Twyhouse, Somersetshire,] ar. a fesse
sa. betw. three round buckles gu. Crest, a grey- —
Backcombe, [Devon,] ar. three bats displayed hound's head erased sa. holding in tlie mouth a
sa. stag's foot or.
Backhouse, [Loudon and Cumberland,] per Bacon, erm. a v^ild boar passant az. bristled,
saltier or and az. a saltier erm. Crest, on a — armed, and unguled, or, langued gu. on a
WTcatli, upon a snake embowed, nowed at the chief of the third, two nudlets of the fourth.
an eagle displayed.
tail, [^Borne by the Bev. Crest, a demi wild boar rampant reguardant az.
J.Barnes Backhouse, Rector of Upper Deal, bristled, anned, and unguled, or, langued gu.
Kent, 1823.] holding in the mouth a tilting spear iir. stricken
Backhouse, [Swallowfield, Berks,] or, a saltier in the shoulder, and vulned ppr. [Granted to
erm. John Bacon, of Keu-loii Cap, Durham, and
Backhur.ST, az. a saltier erm. Stewart Pile, Northumberland, 1752.]
Backii:, ar. on a chev. gn. accom])anied v^ith Bacontiiorp, az. three peacocks' heads erased
three flames of fire, a liou rampant betw. two
••.
lA^WiK )
IF'

I"
BAD BAG
Bacontlwrj^e az. tliree griffins' heads erased or.
, Badlowe, per chev. erm. and sa. two greyhouncN
Jiaconthorpc, ar. a cross engr. gu. iri full course, within a bordure of France.
Bacot, erin. ou a bend gii. three eagles displayed Badstone, ar. thi-ee bats' wings displayed sa.
or. Badtiiorve, gu. a fret ar. a canton" w-ith the
Bacwort, or, on a saltier engr. sa. a mullet arms of Brecknock.
ar. Bauye, ar. (another, or,) a bend az.
Baduv, ar. a saltier engr. sa. betw. three rooks Badzenock, or, three lions' heads erased gu.
[Quartered by the Duke of Gordon.']
Badhij, ai'. a saltier engr. gu. betw. four c^o^vs Baett, or Batt, sa. a fesse betv,-. three hands
PI""-
erect or.
Badhy, [London, 13S3,] ar. a saltier betw. four Bafford, [Yorkshire,] ar. a saltier sa. (Another,
rooks sa. adds a label of three points gu.)
Badby, [Xortb-Okende, Passes,] sa. a chev. eugr. Bafford, [Notts,] sa. three dancing bears or, a
crm. betw. three swans ar. bordure ar.
Badhy, [Suffolk,] sa. a chev. engr. betw. three Bafford, sa. three dancing bears or.
swans ar. Bag A ret, erm. on a bend gu. tliree escallop
Badcock, [Essex, and Kensington, Jliddlesex,] shells or.
sa. on a pale ar. three cocks gu. Bag EC R OFT, m. a fesse gu. bcfw. three eagles
Badcock, [St. Wiuow, Cornwall,] sa. a fesse betw. displayed sa.
three cocks ar. Bagccroft, [Norfolk,] ar. a lion sa. tail forked.
Badcock, ai-. two bars iu chief, three cocks gu. Bagecroft, [Bexweli, Norfolk,] ar. a lion ram-
B.VDD, [Canies-Oysells, Hants,] ar. five fleuns- pant sa. armed or.
de-lis in saltier sa. Bageley, or Bag LEY, or, three lozenges az.
Badd, [Fareham, Hants,] ar. five fleurs-de-lis az. Bageley, ar. three fusils az.
— Crest, a lion's head guardant, erased ar. du- Bagenald, sa. a leopard's face betw. eight
cally crowned az. [Heralds' Office, Hants, C. martlets m orle or.
29.] Bagesover, [Shropshire,] gu. a fesse betw. tluee
Badd, az. five fleurs-de-lis in saltier ar. [Granted birds ar.
by Sir William Segar, January 2, 1G26.] Baget and Bager, [Canibridgesliire.] See
Bad, quarterly first and fourth az. a gaily ar. second Badger.
and thiid or, a crescent sa. Bagge, [Plymouth, Devon,] lozengy gu. and ar.
Baddiford, [Dartmouth, Devon,] erm. on a on a chief or, three cinquefoils az. [Granted,
bend flory coiuiter-flory sa. tliree eagles displayed by Sir William Camden, Clarencieux April, ,

or. — Crest,
an eagle's head or, crowned with a 1606, to Bagge, Esq.]
coronet flory sa. betw. two branches of lilies Bagimi.\uld, or, three bars erm. a lion rampant
ar. stalked and leaved vert. az.
Baddington, gu. tlu-ee bezants. Bagley, ar. on a fesse betw. three martlets gu.
Badel, ar. a chev. engr. betw, three escallops as many plates.
ai-. Bagnall, vert, three bars erm. a lion rampant
Badelismere, or Badlismere, ai-. a fesse
and canton gu. Bagnall, [Kent,] barry of six or and sa. (another,
Badelismere, or Badiskwe, [Yorksliire,] ai'. a erm.) over all a liou rampant az'. Crest, a —
fesse betw. two bars gemelles gii. (Another, dragon's head erased gu. gorged -with two bars
adds a label of three points az.) or.
Badewe, ar. on a bend cottised sa. thi-ee eagles Bagnall, barry of four erm. and or, over all a lion
of the field. (Anoilier, the eagles or.) rampant az.
Badford, or Badishford, [Kent,] az. three Bagnall, [Staflbrdshire and Wales,] erm. two
eagles displayed in bend betw. two cottiscs bars or, over all a hon rampant az. — Crest, an
ar. antelope sejant ar. billettee sa. ducally gorged,
'
Badger, orBACEHOTT, [Cambridgeshire, Glou- lined, armed, and tufted, or.
cestershire, and Leicestershire,] erm. on a bend Bagnall, [Staflbrdshire,] sa, an inescocheon erm.
gu. three eagles or. —
Crest, a buck's head ca- charged with a lion's head erased vert, within
bossed sa. bi:tw. the attires a greyhound ciineut an orle of eight martlets or.
ar. collared gu, Bagnall, sa. an inescocheon within an orle of mart-
Bauham, or, ou a cross gu. five mullets of the lets or.
first. Bagnall, [Staflbrdshire,] sa. an inescocheon erm.
. — —

B A I B A K
cliarged -w-ith a leopard's face, "w-itliin an orle of five cross crosslets fitchee, in saltier, sa.
martlets or. Crest, a dexter arm erect, couped at the elbow,
BctfjiioU, erm. an inescocbcon sa. charged with a habited per pale indented, az. and vert, charged
leop;ird's face ar. with three bars erminois, holding in the gauntlet
15a GNE, or Bagl E, sa. a saltier or, betw. four ppr. a cross crosslet fitchee sa. [Granted to
fleurs-de-lis ar. Henry Baynhridge, Buckeridge, of Grand
Bagot, [Blithfieia, SfafTordshire,] erm. two Chester, Cambridgeshire, 17:38."]
chev. az. —-Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a Baink. SeeBAYNE.
goat's head ar. attired gold. Baird, [Scotland,] gu. aboar passant or. — Crest,
Bagot, [Staffordshiie,] ar. two chev. az. a griflin's head erased ppr.
Bacjot, [Bagots-Bramley, Staflbrdsliire,] ar. a Baird, [Scotland,] gu. a sanglier passant or, a
chev. (aiwilier, sa.) betw. three martlets sa.
g-u. canton erm. charged with a sword paleways ppr,
Bagot, on a cross gu. five escallops ar.
or, — Crest, a boar's head erased or.
Bagot, on a bend gu. three spread eagles or.
erin. Baird, [Sir Robert.] The same, Anth a crescent
Bacot. The same. surmounting the sword.
Bagot, [Dublin,] ar. on a chev. g-xi. betw. three Bakehowse, [London.] See Backhouse.
martlets sa. as many mullets or. Crest, out of — Bakelworth, az. three eagles displayed or.
a ducal coronet, or, a goat's head erm. attired Bakepuce, or Bakepvre, az. a fesse vaire
gold. [Certified March 6, 1GS9.] or and gu. betw. six cross crosslets of the se-
Bag SHAW, [South Okcuden, Essex,] or, a cond.
bugle horn vert, stringed gu. betw. three roses Bakepuce, [Rutlandshire,] gu. two bars ar. in
of the same, barbed and seeded ppr.— Crest, a chief, three horse-shoes of the second.
bugle horn or. Bakepuce. The same, with the horse-shoes or.
Bagshaiv, [London,] or, a bugle horn sa. stringed Baker, [Exeter,] erm. on a fesse super-en-
vert, betw. three roses gu. baibed and seeded grailed sa. three fleurs-de-lis or.
ppr. Baker, [Lincoln, and Smaliborough, Norfolk,]
Bagshaw, [Dekuldge, Derbjsliire,] ar. a bugle lozengy or and az. on a chief gu. three lions
horn sa. betw. three roses gu. pierced or. —
rampant or. Crest, a demi unicorn erased ar.
Crest, au arm, conped at the elbow, and erect armed and maned or.
ppr. grasping a bugle horn sa. stringed vert. Baker, ar. on a fesse engr. sa. fimbriated or,
Bagshaw, ar. a bugle horn sa. stringed vert. betw. two greyhounds current of the second,
Bagshaw, ar. a bugle horn sa. stringed vert. betw. three fleurs-de-lis of the third. —
Crest, a grey-
tliree cinquefoils gu. bound's head erased ar. gorged with a fesse
Bag^'v AY, ar. three escocheous voided gu. engr. sa. fimbriated or, charged with tlu-ee
Bagway, ar. t^'o orles in fesse gu fleurs-de-lis of the last.
Bagworth, ar. a chev. ermines, betw, three Baker, [London,] ar. on a fesse betw. three tre-
boars' heads couped sa. foils az. as many swans' heads erased ppr.
Bagicorth, ar. a chev. gu. within a bordure engr. Baker, [Sisinghurst, Kent,] az. three swans'
sa. heads erased ar. beaked gu. Crest, a naked—
Bahon, bend ar. cottised or.
az. a dexter arm ppr. holding a swan's head erased
Bahon, gu.bend cottised or.
a ar. beaked gu.
Baiggexdens, or, on a pile sa. three estoiles of Baker, [Wells, Somersetshire,] ar. on a fesse
the field. gu. three falcons' heads erased of the field.
Baildon, [Yorkshire,] ar. a fesse betw. three Baker, [Mayfield, Sussex,] ar. a tower betw.
fleurs-de-lis sa. three keys erect sa. —
Crest, on a tower sa. au
Bailey-. See Bayley. arm embowed in mail ppr. holding iu the hand
Bailikfe. See Bayliff. a piece of pia<e iron az.
BaINARU. SeeBAYNARD. Baker, [Sussex and Kent,] ar. a tower, betw.
Bainbrigg, or BAMJiRiUGE, [Leicestershire,] tliree keys erect az.— Crest, a musk-rose-branch,
ar. a chev. embattled betw. three battle-axes sa. with buds, &c. all ppr. (Another, the roses
— Crest, on a mount vert, a goat sa. collared OT. seeded or.)
ar. Baker, [Radnorshire,] ar. on a fesse sa, three
Baijnhridgc, az. two halberts in pale or. escallop shells of the first, in chief nine ears of
Bai/nlridge, ar. on a bend gu. three crosses forniec wheat, in three bunches, tv/o salticrways, and
of the field one in pale gu, in base, three swans' heads
Baynhridge, [Buckeridge,] or, two pellets betw. erased gu. ducaliy gorged or. — Crest, a hawk's
BAR B A L
liead ar. betw.two wings gu. holding iuliisbeak Baksteu. See Baxter.
three ears of vhcat of tlie last. Bala.m. [Walstoken, Marshland, Bewford-IIall,
Baker, [Kent,] az. a fessc or, betw. tliree swans' Norfolk, and Barton, Suti'olk,] sa. ou a fesse,
Iieads erased, and ducally gorged, of the second, betw. three cstoiles ar. as many pellets. Crest, —
charged nilh as m'any cinquelblls gu. —
Crest, an out of a coronet or, a demi cock gu. wings
arm embowed, lu'.bited with green leaves, in displayed, combed andWLitUed or. (Anoiher
the hand ])pr. a sw au's head erased or. crest, a linn's head erased gu. colUired and lined
Baker, [Northumberland,] ar. three bears' heads or, charged on the neck with a cinquefoil ar.)
erased sa. muzzled or, in chief three tor- Balcaskii:, -vert, on a chev. ar. three trefoils,
teauxcs. slipped, of the field.
Baker, [Walton, Norfolk,] or, on a fesse cngr. Baldbekny, or Balbihnv, [Scotkmd,] vert,
betw. three cinquefoils sa. as many swans' heads a bar counter-componee ar. and az. betw. three
erased of the first. —
Crest, on a chapeau az. cuirasses (i. e. breast-plates) of the second, on
turned up erm. a stag's head cabossed or. a chief ai-. as many buckles of the third.
Baker, [Shrewsbury,] sa. a grifliu segreaut erm. Balden, [Elsington, Norfolk,] per fesse indented
ducally gorged or, beaked and membercd gu. gu. and vert, three swans close ar. beaked
(Another bears the griffin reguardant.) Crest, — or.
out of a ducal coronet, an embowed dexter Balden, ar. a cross betsv. four martlets vert.
arm, vested or, and gauntlet of the same, hold- Baldero, or Baldew, per pale or and az. a
ing a broken tilting-spear in bend or, without saltier cuunterchanged.
bur or vampiate, enfiled vnth a garland vert. Balderston, [Lancashire,] ar. a Hon rampant
Baker, [Chester,] sa. a griffin segreant erm. purp.

armed or. Crest, the same as Baker, of Balderston, [Scotkmd,] ou a cross betw.
ar.
Shrewsbury, only the tilting sjjcar entire, and four cross crosslets fitchee sa. a mascle or.
on the shaft a ring or. Balderston, i\x. a cross sa. with two cross crosslets
Baker, [London and Worcestershire,] or, a grey- fitchee of the last in the two upper cantons.
hound in full course, betw. two bars sa. Crest, — fAnother, the crosses charged ^\ith a mascle
a cockatrice erm. combed and wattled gu. or.)
Baker, [Monck-\\ick, Essex,] barry of ten or and Baldeston, [Lancashire,] ar. a mascle sa. betw.
sa. a bend gu. three ogresses.
Baker, [Callis,] ar. on a fesse nebulee sa. a tower Baldington, ar. on a chev. sa. an ogress betw.
triple-towered of the first, bet\\ three keys of
. two roses of the field.
the second. Baldinylon, ar. ou a chev. sa. betw. three pellets,
Baker, [London,] ar. a saltier sa. ou a chief of the three roses of the field.
second, five escallop shells erm. three and two. Baldock, [Kent,] quarterly erminois and erm.
— Crest, on a mount vert, a tower ar. betw. an eagle displayed, with two heads sa. on a chief,
two laurel-branches ])pr. [Granted 1702.] engr. az. three escallops or. —
Crest, on a wreath,
Baker, [alias Lhijd, Terington, Norfolk,] or, on \q5ou a mount vert, a greyhound sejant, the
a fesse wavy az. betw. three escallops sa. as dexter ))aw resting upon an escallop ar. [Borne
many birds ar. hxf William Jlenry Baldock, Esq. of Pelham,
Baker, [London and Worcestershire,] erm. a fesse Kent, 1823.]
engT. betw. three horses' heads couped sa. — Baldock, [Couleston, Norfolk,] cbeqiiy or and gu.
Crest, a hand issuing out of the clouds pjir. on a fesse az. three escallop shells ar.
holding a cross Calvary sa. over it this motto, on Baldrey, sa. a chev. engr. betw. three griffins
a scroll, " Nemo sine cruce heatus.'' segreaut erm. as many martlets gu.
Baker, gu. on a cross pattee or, five annulets Baldry, [London,] sa. two chev. or, betw. three
sa. luurllets gu.
Baker, gu. a goat passant ar. attired or. Baldry, [Sir Thomas, Lord JMayor of London,
Baker, [London,] ar. on a saltier engT. sa. five 1523,] sa. on a chev. engr. betw. tluee demi
escallops of the first, a cliief of the second, grillins couped or, as many martlets gu.
charged with a lion passant ar. Baldkick, per pale ar. and az. a saltier counter-
Baker, erm. on a chief vert, two boars' heads chmiged.
couped or.— Crest, a boar's head couped or. Balijrington, ar. a lion rampant gu.
Bakktt, ar. on a chev. betw. three mulletssa.au Baldwin, [Kent,] gu. a griltin segreant or.—
eagle displayed or. Crest, on a wreath, a lion r;imi)iuit az. holding
Bakislev, ar, three cross crosslets fitchee sa. in the paws a cross crosslet fitchee or. [Borne
C G 3
B A L B A L
ly William Balchvin, Esq. of Stede-Hill, Har- Balfour, ar.on a chev. sa. an otter's head erased
riefsham, Ken!, 1823.] A Subscriber, seo of the first, and a mullet in base gu. —
Crest, an
Plate of Anns. otter's head. —
Sujjporters, two women in rich
Baldwin, [Saloii,] per pale ar. and sa. a lion rain- ajiparel.
paiif couiitcrchaiifvecl. Balfour, ar. a chev. betw. three otters' heads
Baldwin, ar. six oak-!eaves, in three pairs, two in erased sa.
chief and one in base, vert, stalks sa. their Balfour, ar. a chev. sa. charged with an otter's
points downwards. —
Crest, a squiiTcl sejant head erased of the field, and in base a rose
or. gu.
Baldwin, [Didlebery, Salop, and Warwickshire,] Balfour. —
The same. Crest, a castle ar. on the
ar. —
a saltier sa.^ Crest, on a mount vert, a enibattlonient, a woman, attired, gu. holding an
cockatrice ar. wattled, combed, and beaked, or, otter's head.
ducally gorged and lined of the last. Balfour, or, on a chev. sa. accom})anied with
Baldwin, ar. a chev. ermines betw. three hazle- three cinquefoils vert, an otter's head erased of
sprigs vert. —Crest, a squirrel sejant or, hoklinj,- the field.
a hazle-sprig- vert. Balfour, or, on a chev. sa. betw. two trefoils in
Baldwin, [Huntingdon,] per pale az. and or, chief vert, and a lion ranijjant in base gu. an
a fleur-de-lis betw. three crescents counter- otter's head erased ar. —
Crest, an eagle rising
changed. ppr.
Baldwin, ar. a chev. ermines betw. three oaken Balfour, or, a chev. sa. betw. tw o trefoils in chief,
branches ppr. [Granted, hij Bi/she, Clarenceux, and a garb in base, vert, banded or.^ — Crest, a
1662, io Edward Baldwin, of V/ilton-Bcacons- crescent
field, Bucks.] Balfour, vert, on a chev. ai'. accompanied v.ith
Bale, ar. three torteauxcs in fesse. three crescents or, an otter's head erased sa.
Bale, [Carleton-Curlew, I.,eicestershlre,] per Balfour, gu. on a chev. or, betw. tv,o otters'
pale vert and gu. an eagle displayed ar. Crest, — -
heads in chief, and a fieur-de-lis in base of the
a deml lion gu. sustaining a broken spear second, an otter's head erased of the first.
or. Balfour, sa. a chev. or, charged with an otter's
Bale, ar. two bars gu. in chief as many mullets head erased of the first, in chief a label of three
pierced sa. points gu.
Bales, [Wilby, Suftolk,] or, a lion passant betw. Balfour, sa. on a chev. ar. betw. three roses of
three crosses formee sa. —
Crest, on a mount the second, an otter's head erased of the first.
vert, a lion sejant erm. (Anotlier crest, a Balfour, ar. on a chev. engr. betw. three mullets
tiger's head erased sa. armed or, gorged with a sa. a selch's head erased of the first. Crest, a—
fesse wavy az.) pabn-tree ppr.
Bales, [Norton, Northamptonshire,] a fesse gii. Balgoill, [Lord Erdeswick, temp. \Y. Conq.]
betw. three crosses pattee, Jitchee in the feet, erm. an inescocheou gu.
or, a crescent for difference. —
Crest, a lion se- Balkesham, gu. three plates.
jant gu. laying Ids paw on a cross pattee, fitchee Ball, [Scotto, Norfolk,] ar. a lion passant sa.
in the foot, or. — Crest, a demi lion ramjiant guardant sa.
Bailies, or, a fesse wavy az. betw. two lions pas- Ball, [Lincoln's Inn, London,] az. on a cross,
sant giiardant sa. [Granted, hy Flower, Nor- pierced of the field, or, four gallthraps of the
roy, 1578, to Brian Bailies, Esq. of Yorlc- first. —
Crest, a g;allthrap az. the upward point
shire.'] bloody.
Balesjiori:, az. a lion rampant within a boidure Ball, [Northampton,] ar. a lion passant sa. on a
or. chief of the second, three mullets of the first.
Baleton, ar. a fesse betw. three fleurs-de-lis —Crest, out of clouds ppr. a demi lion rampant
sa. sa. powdered v,ith csloiles ar. holding a globe or.
Balfour, on a chev. enr^-. sa. betn'. three
ar. [Granted IGIS.]
mullets gu. an otter's head erased ar. Crest, a — Ball, or Bade, or, a fesse wavy az. betw. two
mermaid, holding in her dexter hand an otter's lions passant giiardant sa.
head erased all ppr. [Certified, at the Heralds Ball, ar. a chev. betw. three fire-balls sa. fired ppr.
Office, London, May, 1770, to NesLit Balfour, —Crest, an arm erect or, in the hand a lire-
Esq.] ball all ppr.
Balfour, [Lord of Burleigh,] ar. on a chev. sa. Ball, [Devon,] gu. a chev. ar. betw. three fire-
an otter's head erased of the first. balls ppr.
— —

B A L BAM
Ball, [Cheshire,] ar. a lion rampant sa. holdiag the hands conjoined ppr. holding an estoile of
in the dexter paw a fire-ball ppr. Crest, out of — eiglit points or. [Granted, to Ilenry Ballow,
a ducal coronet, a hand and arm embowed, in July 8, 1709.]
mail, grasping a fire-bull, all ppr. Ballow, [Norwich.] The same.
Ball, [Lancashire,] gu. a leg, in pale, coup'ed at Bai.makin, [Scotlimd,] ar. three spikes gu;
the middle of the thigh, in chief, and erased at closing towards the points in base.
the ankle ar. pierced through the calf with a Balmj;, ar. three sprigs of balm flowered ppr.
coulter of a plough, crooked at the point, ar. Bal.mkp, [Lindley, Yorkshire,] gu, three ilenrs-
Crest, a turtle-dove ppr. de-lis ar. a chief vair.
Ballc, [Devon,] ar. on a chev. sa. betw. three Balnaves, per fesse ar. and sa. a chev. counter-
pellets, an eagle displayed a.r. changed.
l^ALLANCE, az. a pair oi' scales or. Balnaves, per fesse ar. and sa. a chev. betw. three
Eallard, sa. agriffiu segreant crm. armed and cinquefoils, all counterchanged. Crest, a hand, —
gorged wifli a crown or. (Anotlicr, witiiout the holding a football.
crown.) —Crest, a demi griffin, A\ith v.ings en- Balnei!, vair, three chev. gu.
dorsed erm. beaked and legged or. Balucr, vair, t^vo chev. gu.
Ballard, or Ballord, [Herefordshire, 1557,] sa. Balnewis, per fesse ar. and sa. a chev. coun-
a gTiffin passant erm. ducally gorged or. Crest, — terchanged, in base a cinquefoil of the first.
a demi griffin erm. supporting a broken tiltiug- Balsjiam, [Bishop of Ely,] ar. three palets
spear ppr. within a bordure gu. charged with eight crowns
Ballard, vert, a mullet or, betw. three trefoils ar. or.
Ballknden, gu. a buck's head couped or. BALS^^ ILL, az. an increscent or.
Ballenden, gu. a hart's head couped betw. three Balthazar, az. nine estoile^, pierced, or.
cross crosslets fitchee, all within a double Ires- Balthoup, sa. five plates betw. two chev. ar. iu
sure flory, counter-flory, or. chief three lozenges of the second.
E.ALLEiNTiNE, ar. on a cross betw. four mullets Balthorj}, ar. a fret of six gu. on a quarter, bar-
az. a sword erect of the first, hilt an.d pomel or. ruled of the first and second, ten martlets, three,
— Crest, a demi gi'iflin sa. wings endorsed crm. two, two, and three, sa.
in the dexter clavr a sv.ord erect as in the arms. Balthorp, (another,) on the quarter, a palm-
[^Granlcd to Larcson Dijke, v:ho look the name branch iu bend sinister or, within an orle of
and arms of Balkntine, hi/ ' Sign Manual, June martlets sa.
24, 1773.]' Ballhorpe, ar. on a chev. sa. five fleurs-de-lis of
Eam.ETT, ar. a lion rampant sa. on a chief gu. the field.
three cinquefoils of tlie field. [Granted, by Ballhorpe, gu. a fret ar. on a canton baiTy of
Cooke, Clarenceux, 2Atli EUz. to John Balleii, .twelve pieces ar. and gu. an orle of martlets
citizen and (/oldsmith, of London.']
Ballet t, [Hatfield, Essex,] ar. a lion rampant sa. Baltrey, quarterly ar. and ermines, in the first
on a chief gii. three cinquefoils or. Crest, out— and fourth quarters, a goat's head erased sa.
of a mural coronet or, a demi eagle disjilayed Crest, out of a mural coronet, or, a goat's head
sa. erased, quarterly ar. and ermines.
Ballin, gu. a cross mascle or. Baltrey, quarterly ar. and erm. iu the first and
Ballioll, gii. an orle erm. fourth quarters, a goat's head erased sa.
Ballioll, [Essex,] az. an orle erm. within a bor- BALU-M'i, or, three bars dancettee vert.
dure or. Balln, [Lord of Abergavenny,] ar. tln-ee bars
Ballioll, or, an orle purp. indented gu.
Ballioll. See Bavliol. Bamukll, or, a j)elicau vulning herself sa.
Baliol, [Jolm, Founder of Baliol College,] gu. Crest, out of a ducal coronet, or, a })elican as
an orle ar. in the arms.
Balliawle, sa. a chev. or, betw. three swords BAMiiROUGii, [Rendlesham, Suflblk,] ar. a
pheon sa. on a chief of the second, a hon
Bayleul, gu. a saltier vair. jiassant of the first. — Crest, a skull-cap ar.
Baltdl, sa. a chev. or, betw. tliree sv.'ords erect ar. Ikirmhrough, [Yorkshire.] The same.
pomels and hilts gold. Bamhurr/h, ar. a fesse dancettee sa.
Ballow, [^Yestminster,] az. an estoile of eight Bumhury, [Yorkshire.] The same. [This family
points or, betw'. three keys erect ar. Crest, two— had a yrant of another crest, IGO'2, viz. on a
arms embowed, habited sa. cuifs tunied up ar. wreath, a v, olf's head erased vert, bezantee.]
[g2]
BAN BAN
BambroWE, [Yorksliire and Suft'olk,] sa. on a six cross crosslets az. three garbs gold. — Crest.
fcsse or, hetw. three plieons ar. as many fleurs- a garb betw. two wings expanded or. \_Assirined,
de-lis gii. hi/ Camden, Clareiicenx, to Richard, Arch-
15am ENT, a chief indented sa.
ar. bishop of Canierhurtj.]
Bamet, or Banm;t, gii. a bordure sa. bezantce. Bancroft, or, on a chev. eiigr. betw. tlu-ee crosses
Bamfeild, or, on a bend r;u. three mullets pattee fitchee sa. two lions rampant reguardant
ar. in chief an a'luulet sa. —
Crest, a lion's head condjatant ar.
erased sa. ducallv crowned gii. charged on the Band, [Essex,] gu. three eagles or.
neck with an annidet or. Band, gu. tliree eagles displayed or, armed az.
Bainfiehl, or Bmiinfield, [Cornwall and Devon,] Band, gu. three eagles' legs a-la-quise or.
vert, on abend or, tinee mullets c;u. Band, gu. three wings pendent or.
Buwfu'hl, or Bairmejie/d, [Devon,] vert, on a Band, [Essex,] chequy ar. and sa. on a fesse gu.
bend gu. three mullets, pierced, ar. three trefoils slipped of the first.
Bamjield, or Bammefield, paly of six or and vert, Bandcourt, vert, a fesse or.
a bend gu. Bane. See Bayn.
Bamjield, or BmvmefieJd, or, on a chief gu. three Banester, vert, a maunch ar.
trefoils, slipped, of the first. Banesler, ar. three fleurs-de-lis and a chief sa.
Bampfitdd, ar. a cross nioliue sa. Banester, [Westmoreland,] gu. three chev. ar.
Bampficld, [Poltmore, Devon,] ar. on a beud gii. Banester, [Lancasliire,] ar. tlu-ee chev. gu.

three mullets or. -Crest, a lion's head erased Banester, [Cheshire,] ar. a cross sarcelly sa.
sa. ducally crowned gii. (Anotlier, moline.)
Bcnnpficld, [Poltmore, Devon,] ar. on a bend gu. Banester, [Lancashire,] ar.acrosspatonce (another,
tliree mullets pierced or. pattee) sa.— Crest, a peacock in his pride,
Bampfield, [Devon,] paly of eiglit, or and vert, body and Mings or, tail ppr.
on a bend gu. three mullets ar. Banester, [Lancashire,] ar. a cross sa.
Bamfoiu), [Bamford, Derbyshire,] ar. a fesse Banester, [Lancashire and Surrey,] ar. a cross
wavy g"u. flory sa.— Crest, a peacock ppr.
Baumford, gu. a fesse engr. ai". Banester, [Westmoreland,] ar, a cross flory sa.
B.VMMK, erm. on a chief indented sa. three cross Banester, [Prescot,] ar. a cross patonce sa. in
crosslets ar. CAnot/ier, two.) the dexter cliief point a flesh-pot of the second.
Bamme, [Lord Mayor of London, 1390,] erm. on Banester, [Yorkshire,] ar. two dossers joiuant in
a chief indented sa. an annulet or, betw. two fesse, betw. four fleurs-de-lis sa.
trefoils, slipped, ar. Banester, [Derwyn,] sa. two dossers joinant in
Bamvile, [Chester,] or, on a chief gu. three fesse ar. in chief three fleurs-de-lis or.
trefoils, slipped, of the field. Banester, or, a cross patonce sa. —
Crest, a pea-
Ban, or Banne, erm. a chief indented sa. cock ppr.
Bax.^NT, erm. two bars gu. Banester, [Leicestershire and Staflordshire,] ar.
Banenl, or, a lion sa. tail forked, over all a bend a cross patonce sa. ^vithiu a bordure gu. bezantce.
gobonatcd -
— Crest, a peacock ppr. sitting, gorged with
Banent, sa. a lion rampant or. a collar gu. charged v,-ith three bezants.
Banaud, betw. two chev. ar.
sa. a fesse Banester, ar. a cross flory sa. over all a label of
Banard, or Bani/nrd, [Stakey, Xorfelk,] sa. on a five points gu. \_Confirmed bij Flower, Xor-
fesse betw. two chev. or, three martlets of the first. roy, 1578, to Laurence Banester, of Easiny-
— Crest, on a lion's gamb erased sa. a martlet or. ton, Yorkshire, son of Nicholas, of Alnetham,
Banard. See Baynard. Lancashire.]
Banisurgiie, ar. on a fesse sa. a lion passant of Bankord, or Baumford, [Donyngton, Lin-
the field. colnshire,] 1U-. a fesse engr. gu.
Banbukv, ar. a cross lormee betw. four mullets Bangare, ar. a fesse daucettee betw. three escal-
of six points pierced gu. lops gu.
Banhury, or Bandhury, [Oxfordshire,] ar. a cross Bangeley, or, three lozenges az.
betw. four m\dlets ])ierced gu. Eangor, gu. a chev. betw. three leopards' heads
Banby, cheqtiy, ar. and gu. or, a chief erm. [14-51.]
Bance, [London, and Callow, Berks,] az. two Bangton, gu. three cross crosslets fitchee or, a
lion's gandjs cheveronways or, supporting a chief of the second.
crescent reversed ai'. in chief two estoiles of Banham, az. a bend ar. cottised or.
the last. Banke, gu, two hon's gambs erased or, support-
Bancroft, [London, 1G04,] or, on a bend betw. ing a crescent in chief ar.
BAN B A R
lianlcc, or Band, [Yorkshire iiiid London,] sa. Banntston, [Kenton, Salop,]
or, a fesse betw.
a cross or betw. four fleurs-de-lis ar. —
Crest, on tluee linns rami>ant gu.
the stump of a tree couped, a stork close, all Banncston, az. a fesse dancettee erm. betw. three
l)pr. cross crosslets fitchee or.
Banke, sa. a cross ciig^r. or, betw. four fleurs-dc- Bannett, [Suflblk,] ar. a chief dancettee sa.
lis ar. — Crest, a Rrillin se;?reant impliuned ar. Banning, [Loudon, 1-588,] ar. two bars sa. each
holding a cross forniee fitchte gu. charged with as many esca!lo])s or. Crest, on a —
liancke, [Lincolnshire,] sa. a mullet betw. two mount vert an ostrich ar. holding in tlie mouth
bars iU". a key or.
IJ.XNKS, [Aylesford, Kent,] sa. on a cross betw. Banniuff. erm. on a chief indented sa. two true-
four fleurs-de-lis ar. five jiheous az. —
Crest, a lovers' knots ar.
dragon's head erased ar. Banny, or Bany, ar. a fesse dancettee of two
Banks, [Yorkshire,] sa. a cross betw. four fleurs- pieces couped in form of a Bomau \V az.
do-lis or. (Another, ar.)— Crest, an eagle's BANNVKiiS, sa. on a fesse bctNv. two chcv. or,
head couped ar. (Anotlier crest, a dragon ram- three Cornish choughs ppr.
pant ar. on a mount vert, supporting a cross Banprey, [\yeele, "Norfolk,] vert, a lion ram-
pattce or.) pant or, tail forked, oppressed Anth a bend
Banks, [London,] sa. on a cross or, betw. four gu.
fieurs-de-lis ar. live pellets. — Crest, an armed Bant, ar. on a chief indented sa. a j)!ate betw.
arm ar. garaished or, out of clouds ppr. the two bezants.
hand holding a falchion ar. hilt and pomel or, BavS, barry wavy of six, ar. and gu.
on the falchion a chaplet vert. ]]APTHORrE, gu. a fret and canton ar.
Bannatine, [Scotland,] gu. a chev. ar. betw. Battista, [Castile,] erm. a lion issuant or, out
three mullets or. of a tower az. —
Crest, out of a ducal coronet
Bannat>/ne, [Scotland,] ar. a cross betw. four or, a dragon's head vert, iu flames of iire ppr.
nmllets az. Baptist-JJrowne, [Italy,] or, a bull passant
Bannatyne, [Nev^liall, descended of Corhouse, gu. attired of the first. —
Crest, a dragon's head
Scotland,]' ar. on a cross az. betw. four mullets betw. a pair of wings sa. gorged with a bar
gu. a crescent or. —
Crest, a demi griflin holding gemelles or, dexter ear gu. the sinister ar. the
in the dexter claw a sword, with the motto, ^rings purfled or.
" Dutn. spiro spero." Baraby, [Lincolnshire,] ar. two bars sa. within
Bannku, [London,] per pale erm. and or, a a bordure gu.
fleur-de-Us counterchauged, on a canton az. a Baradad, ar. a cross couped gu. at each end a
lion passant ar. —
Crest, an armed arm embowed, crescent fixed on a pomel sa.
liolding in the hand ppr. a banner gu. charged B.VRANTINE, sa. SLX eaglets displayed ar. three,
with a fleur-de-lis or, fringe and stalf ar. two, and one.
{Granted \7m.'] Baranline, [Essex,] ar. three cheveronels gu. a
Banner, enn. a chief dancettee sa. label az.
13ANNER>rAN, [Kincardine,] or, on a fesse betw. Baranlyne, ^ r-n j r\ ^ n
J, ,:' f [Bucks^
and Oxon,Jt sa. (anotlier,
three bears' heads couped az. as many mascles Jjarcniine, or >'- . ^, •

displavedi
i i i
r, , iaz.) three eagles
^ ^ •
ar.
of the field. Jiorentync, J
Bannerman, [Watertoun, Scotland,] az, on a Barentuie, [Lord Mayor of Loudon, L308, 1408,]
fesse or, betw. three bears' heads couped of the sa. an ainndet or, betw. three eagles displayed
last, a mascle gu. ar.
Bannerman, [Elsick, Scotland,] gu. a banner dis- Bari3.\m, ar. three bears passant sa. muzzled or,
j)layed ar. thereon a canton az. charged with a two itnd one.
St. Andrew's cross of the second, as the badge Barjsan, or Barhon, ar. on a fesse gu. three
of Scotland. — Crest, a demi man iu armour, leopards' faces of the field. (Another, the fesse
holding in the right hand a sword ppr. Sup- humettee.)
two armed men ppr. [G'r««<c(/, lCi)2.]
porters, Barhon, ar. on a fesse eugr. gu. three leopards'
Bannerman, [Elsick,] gu. a banner displayed ar. faces or. [Borne by Nicholas Barhon, of Lon-
thereon a canton az. ciiarged with St. Ajidrew's don, M.D.]
cross of the second, within a bordure ar. BaRBARINI, [Italy,] az. three gad-bees or.
charged Anth four buckles az. and as many Bar HE, barry of six erm. and gu.
holly leaves vert alteraately. —
Crest, from a Barhe, or Barheij, barry of six, gu. and erm.
wreath, a demi priest praying, and habited ppr. Barhe, St. [Hants,] chequy of twelve sa. and
BAR BAR
ar. — Crest,
on a wreath," a wivcrn sii. [Borne Barkeley, [Leicestershire,] gu. a chev. betw. ten
by Charles St. Barbe, Esq. of Lyminglon, cinqiiefoils ar.
Hants, 1823.] Barkeley, [Stoke,] gu. a chev. erm. betw. ten
Bakbi-.V, or Barrkv, gu. three burs gobonated crosses fbruiee ar.
ar. and sa. Barkeley, gu. a chev. betw. eight crosses formee
Barhtj, [Ireland,] or, a lion rampant gii. ch;irj;ed ar. four, one, two, and one.
with a fosse of the field. Barkeley, gu. a chev. betw. nine crosses foruiee
Burlnj, [>7orthainptoiishirc and Devon,] ar. a ar.
chcv. bctw. tlnee ^arbs sa. —
Crest, an heraldic Barkeley, gii. a chev. ar. betw. ten crosses formee
tiger, intired vith four horns, turned round like, within a bordure of the second. —Crest, a mitre
rams' horns, or. gu. charged with the arms.
BARiiELTON, fusily or and az. Barkeley, [Coberly, Gloucestershire,' and Dou-
Barlelton, or Barhlelon, lozengy or and az. nesley,] ar. a fesse betw. three martlets sa.
BarheltoH, alias Gore/es, lozengy or and az. Barkeley, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three martlets sa.
Barb].!^, or, a bead sinister ay,, charged with a Barkeley, [Gloucestershire,] gu. a chev. betw.
mullet of the field. ten crosses formee ar. four, three, two, and
Barber, [London and East Sheen, Surrey,] erni. one.
a chcv. betw. three fleiu-s-de-lis gu. (Another, Barkeley, [Hants,] gu. crusily formee, a cliev.
chev. or.) \Borne by John Barber, Esq. Lord witliiu a bordure ar.
Mayor of London, 1733.] Barkeley, [Gloucestershire,] gu. a chev. betw.
Barber, [East Smitlifield,] sa. a fesse or, fretty three roses ar.
g^u. betw. three bulls' heads trunked ar. armed of Barkeley, gu. a chev. ar. betw. three crosses
the second. formee of the second. (Another, the crosses
Barber, ar. two chev. betw. three fleurs-de-hs, gu. or.)

within a bordure of the last.- Crest, out of a Barkeley, gu. a chev. betw. tlirce cross crosslets
ducal coronet, a bull's head gu. ar.
Barber, or Barbery, or, on two chev. gu. three Barkeley, or Barkley, [Leicestersh.n-e,] gu. a
fleurs-de-lis of the field. chev. betw. ien roses ar. barbed or.
Bai-ber, [Suflolk,] or, two chev. betv. three fleurs-
. Barkeley, ar. a trefoil shpped sa.
de-lis gu. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet gu. a Barkeley, sa. t^vo bars vaire ar. and \'ert.
bull's head ar. Barkeley, [Okenbury, Cornwall,] sa. a fesse erm.
Barber, [Hertfordshire,] or, two chev. betw. tluee betw. three cinquetbils ar. —Crest, on a mount
fleurs-de-lis gu. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet vert, a stag lodged ppr.
or, a bull's head, per palcyai-. and gu. Barkeley, gu. a chcv. ar.
Barhor, barry of ten or and !^§. on a saltier of the Barkeley, [Wymondham, Norfolk,] gu. a chev.
first, a fleur-de-lis of the second. —
Crest, on a betw. ten ciuquefoils ar. four, two, one, two,
staff raguly fesseways, an eagle disjjlayed with and one.
t-^vo heads the head^lucally cro\viied or,
az. Barkeley, quarterly indented ar. and az. a bend
"the inside' of the wings and leg« gold. gu.
Barbour, [Scotland,] ar; a St. 'An''?iew's cross betw. Barkley, ar, a chev. betw. three crosses formee
a garb in chief, two escallops m
the flaunches, gu.
and another in base, az. rf^c ' Barkley, quarterly indented, or and az. a bend
Barbour, [Stafibrdshire,] gu. three mullets ar. gu.
"within a bordure erai. Barkley, chequy gu. and erm. on a bend az. three
Barbour. The same, adding a canton or. billets or.
Barclay, [Sun-ey,] ar.achev. betw. three crosses Bard, [Middlesex,] sa. on a chev. betv/. ten
l)attee gu. —
Crest, on a wreath, a cross paftee martlets ar. five pellets.
gu. ensigned by an eastern crown .or. [Borne Bard, [North Kelsey, Lincolnshire,] ar. on a
by Frederick Maude Barclay, Esq}^ of Burford chev. betw. eight martlets sa. five plates.
Lodr/e, Surrey, J 823.] Bard, ar. three lions rampant gu.
Barclay, az. a bend erm. betw. six saltiers Jir. all Bard, [Caversfield, Bucks,] sa. on a chev. betw.
within a bordure of tiie second. ^ten martlets ar. five ])!ates. —
Crest, a lion's
Barcley, or Barkele, [Devon,] ar. a trevet sa. gamb couped and erect or, grasping a horse's
Barhkij, [Scotland,] az. a chev. or, betw. three leg erased sa.
crosses ))attee ar. within a bordure chequy of the Bardkaux, per pale az. and ar. a fesse couu-
second and first. terchanged, each part bordured.
BAR B A R
Bauden, ar, three swords conjoined in ]3oiiit s;u. B.VRKiREY, ar. on a mount in base, a branched
Bakdksky, Barusev, or Bakuksi.ky, [Lan- tree vert.
Ciishire,] ar. two bars gu. on a canton ol' the se- Barewa.'^iie. [Kent,] gu. a Hon rampant or, tail
cond, a maunch of the first. forked.
Bardkston, gai. a saltier engr. ar. Bariord, oj-Berford, [Rutlandshire,] ar.se-
Baudevili^,, or Bardenill, [Middlesex,] ar. mee de crosslets, three ileurs-de-lis sa. Crest, a —
a cross gu. Ijcar passant sa.
Bardis, [O.xfordsliire,] ar. a tiger passant re- Barford, gu. a fret of six engr. erm.
guardaut gazing in a niin-or, all p])r. Barger, [Kent.] The same as Baugraa E.
Barunkv, ar. an eagle disjjlayed az. beaked and Bargrave, [Kent, IGil,] or, on a pale gu. a
legged gu. sword a chief az. charged with three
ar. hilt or,
]5ardoli'H, [Norfolk,] gu. tbree cinqiiefoiJs ar. bezants. — Crest,
on a jnount vert, a pheon gu.
Bardolph, [Norfolk,] gu. three cinquefoils or. betw. two huu-el-branches of the first. [^The
Bardolph, [Hertfordshire.] or, thi-ee cinquefoils above, quarterly, icith the ar/ns of Tovr^^iAY,
az. being, ar. a chev. betw. three bulls passant sa.
Bardolph, ar. three cinquefoils az. and for crest, on a wreath, a bull's Jiead erased
Bardolph, [London,] az. a niascle betw. three ar. armed or, collared az. charged vnih three
cinquefoils or. —
Crest, out of a mural coronet bezants; home hi/ Eohert Tounun/ Barf/rove,
gu. a dragon's head betw. tMO wings of the last, Esq. vf Eastry and Canterbury, Kent, 1S2'3,
each charged with a muscle or. a Siihscrihcr to this Work; loho, by Royal
Bardolph, [Norfolk,] gu. an eagle ayrant or. Sign Manual, dated August 23, 1800, took the
Bardolph, [Devon,] quarterly gu. and ar. in the surname and arms of Bargrave, in addition to
first quarter an eagle displayed or, over al! an those of Tournay, out of respect to the memory
inescocheon az. charged with three cinquefoils of the late Isaac. Bargrave, of Eastry afore-
pierced of the third. said, Esq. deceased, his zvife's maternal micle.']
Bai'dolphe, gu. three cinquefoils ar. Barham, or BRAHA^i, [Suffolk and Surrey,]
Bardolphe, [Norfolk and ^Vorcestershire,] az. sa. a cross flory or. —
Crest, a wolf's head ar.
three cinquefoils pierced or. Barham, [Staines, Middlesex,} ar. on a fesse gu.
Bardolphe, or Bardulff, [Bedfordshire,] iir. a betw. three bears passant sa. muzzled or, a fleur-
cliev. erm. betw. tluree crosses formee fitchee sa. de-lis betw. two martlets of the third. Crest, —
C Another, gu.) a stork among bull-rushes, all ppr.
Bardolphe, az. three quatrefoils or. Barham, gu. a fesse betw. six martlets or.
Bardolf, [Norfolk,] or, three cinquefoils az. Barrum, [Kent,] or, three bears passant sa.
Bardwell, or Bardwellyn, gu. three bars muzzled gu. (Another, two bears.)
gemelles or, a quiuter erm. (Another, a can- BarhoX'I', or, three boars' heads couped sa.
ton ar.) Baringham, per pale indented ar. and sa.
Bardwell, ar. a hart sa. attired or. Baringham, ])er pale ar. and sa.
Bardwell, [Norfolk,] gu. a goat salient ar. attired Baringham, gu. a maunch erm.
or. JjARKHERY, gu. a chev. ar. betw. 'three cross
Bardivell, gu. a goat passant ar. attired or. crosslets or.
Bare, az. three dolpliins liaurient or. Barre, az. a chev. betw. three crescents or.
Bare, gu. three lions rampant ar. Barke, three larks ppr.
or,
Bare, [Ireland,] barry of six, ar. and gu. Crest, — Barkeiiam, [London,] ar. three palets gu. over
a wolf's head sa. all achev. or. [^Granted, by Camden, Cla-
Bare, ar. two endorses, as majiy barrulets gu. renccux, IGll, to Edward Barkeham, Alder-
Barecroft, paly of .six, ar. and gu. tnan of London.^
Barefooi', gu. on afesse vert, three men's feet Barkham, [Wesiacre, Norfolk,] paly of six ar.
coujied ar. and gu. a chev. or. [Borne hy Sir Edward
Barefoot, gu. two hon's p:.ws, coiped under the Barkham, Bart.^
knees, the cliiws endorsed or. Barkeman, [London, IGIl,] paly of six ar.
Barfoot, or Barford, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three and g"u, a chev. or. —
Crest, two arms embowed,
pellets. in armour, or, holding in their hands ppr. a
Baremaine, gu. a dexter hand, barways, ar. bundle of arrows ar. tied with a string gu.
Barent, ar. a chief sa. Barker, [Grimstone-IIall, Suffolk,] per fesse
Barcnt, sa. a chief indented ar. uebulce or and az. three martlets counter-
Barentine. See B.yrantine. changed.
BAR BAR
Barker, [llambletou, RutlantUliire,] per fesse Barker, three bears' heads erased sa. muzzled
ar.
nebiilt-e sa. and or, three martlets coiiiitir- or, a chief gu.— Crest, a bear's head erased sa.
cLauged. muzzled or.
Barker, [Garter King of Arms, Xewbiiry,] ar. Barker, [Yorkshire,] ar. three bears' heads erased
three bears' lieails erased gu. muzzled or, in sa. in ciiief tliree torleauxes.
chief as manytorteauxes. —
Crest, a bear's Barker, [Sliroj)shire,] ])er saltier, erm. and az.
head erased, per pale or and az. muzzled or, ou a bordure gu. eight annulets or.
betw. two wings, the dexter az. the sinister Barkkswortu, checpiy ar. and gu. on a bend
or. az. three lions of the first.
Barker, [Xorthumbcrland.] The same arms. Barksworth, chequy or and gu. on abend az. three
Barker, [Bockenhall, Essex,] erm. on a fesse sa. lions rampant ar. ( Anotlicr, three lions ram-
three fleius-de-lis or. —
Crest, an ostrich's head pant guardant ar.)
erased or, holding iu the beak a horse-shoe Barksworth, chequy or and gu. a bend az.
ar. Barksicorih, [Thermanby, Yorkshire,] ar. a sal-
Barker, [Essex,] per chev. nebulee or and sa. a tier sa. over all a label of tlu-ee points gu.
lion rampant couuterchaugcd. Bakkiia.m, [London,] ar. three pales gu. over all

Barker, [Printer to Queen Elizabeth, Chelsum, a chev. or.


Bucks,] or, a fesse indented az. charged with Barkham, [South Acre, Norfolk,] paly of six ar.
three fleurs-de-lis of the field. (Another, the and gu. a chev. or.
fesse vert.) — Crest, a turtle-dove ppr. in the Barkham, [Waynfiete, Lincolnshire.] The same.
beak a rose gu. stalked and leaved vert. Barkham, [Sir Edward, Lord Mayor of London,
Barker, gu. ou a cross pattee or, five aimulets lG-21.] The same.
sa. BarkSTEADK, [Tower of London, 16-j4,] erm.
Barker, [Billcsdon, Saffolk,] gu. a fesse chequy on a chief sa. tliree ducal coronets or. Crest, —
or and az. betw. six annulets of the second. out of a ducal coronet or, an arm in armour,
Barker, [Wollerton, Salop,] az. five escallo])s in cmbowed, ppr. grasping a sword ar. hilt and
cross or.— Crest, on a rock ar. a hawk close pomel of the first.
or. Barkston, [\''orkshire,] ar. a fesse double cot-
Barker, [Kent, IMiddlesex, and Sussex,] barry tised gu. betw. tlu-ee fieurs-de-lis az.
of ten or and sa. over all a bend gu. Crest, — Barkyn, ar. a sword in bend gu. poLnt down-
out of a ducal coronet, or, an eagle displayed wards, betw. two coftises dancettee sa.
ar. beaked and legged gai. Barkvwortii, chequy gu. and ar. abend az.
Barker, per fesse or and sa. a lioo rampant coun- Barlace, Barlacev, o;- Barlow, gu. three
terchanged. l)iles ar.
Barker, [Hurst, Berks, and "Warwickshire,] per Barlangii, sa. an eagle displayed ar.
chev. eugr. or and sa. a lion rampant counter- BAltLAR, or, three piles gu.
changed. —
Crest, a naked boy ppr. holding an Barlar, gu. three ])iles ar.
arrow. Barlar, gu. thi-ee piles or.
Barker, or, a lion rampant sa. Barlaunciie, Barlew, or Barlow, [Lan-
Barker, [Berks,] per chev. cngr. or and sa. a cashire,] sa. an eagle displayed ar. anned or,
lion rampant coiuiterchanged. —
Crest, a demi perched on a ragged staff, of the second.
moor ppr. in his dexter hand an arrow or, fea- Barle, per fesse wavy ar. and barry of four
thered and headed ar. on his sinister arm a undec az. and or.
shield or, on his shoulder a sash gu. Bar LET, quarterly indented ar. and giu four
Barker, ar. three larks ppr. crescents, counterchangcd.
Barker, [Ipswich, Suftblk,] jjcr fesse nebulee az. Barley, ar. three bars wavy sa. a chief, per pale
and sa. three martlets or, a canton erm. Cresi, — erm. and gu. — Crest,
a demi stag, per pale
a gTeyhound sejant ar. gorged with a collar and and charged with three Lars
ring, to tiic last a line or, the line held from wavy counlorchauged.
him wth his dexter foot. ( Anuiher crest, a Barle;/, erm. three bars sa.
bear sejant or, collared sa.) Barlcij, barry wavy of six ar. and sa. on a chief
Barker, [Sulfolk,] or, a bend betw. six billets gu. a flour-de-lis or, a quarter in chief erm.
sa. (Another, without the fleur-de-lis.)
Barker, [Norfolk,] or, a chev. az. fretty of the Barh'i/, erm. three liars wa^ysa. —
Crest, a boar's
first, betw. three hurts, on a chief sa. a hound head erased or, discharging from his mouth a
passant ar. betw tw o mulhts of the field.
. qualrefoil az,
BAR BAR
]{arJe>j, [Derbyshire,] ar, tliree hounds sa. a chief Barnahy, [Colchester, Essex,] ar. on a fesse flory
|)er pale erm. and ^\\. counterflory vert, betw. three boars' heads couped
/irtr/ey, [Derbyshire,] ar. on a bend g;u. three garbs sa. two trefoils slipped erminois.— Crest, a demi
or. greyhound gu. collared and ringed ar. holding
Barley, gii. on a chev. betw. nine cross crosslets a branch of laurel vert.
fifcliee ar. three fleurs-de-hs of the field. Barnahie, ar. three escallops gu.
Barley, per fesse, the chief part quarterly, in- Barnebi/, [Herefordshire,] ar. a lion passant guar-
dented per fesse or and erm. the basear. charged dant gii. betw. three escallops az.
with two squires (cantons voided) sa. Bamehy, az. two bars crenellee or.
Barlay, [Barley, and Bransfield-Woodhouse, Barnhy, [Towthorp, Yorkshire,] ar. a chev.
Derbyshire,] gu, on a chev. betw. three eagles betw. three bears' heads couped sa. muzzled or.
displayed ar. as many cross crosslets of the first. Barnack, ar. a bend gu.
Barliff, Bariff, or Beriff, [Lincolnshire Barnack, [Northamptonshire,] ar. a horse barnacle
and Northamptonshire.] See Barriffe. sa.
Barlo, erm. three bars dauncettee gu. Barnack, ar. a fessebetw. three horse barnacles gu.
Barlo, [Essex,] erm. three bars wavy sa. Barnack. See Bernakk.
Barlow, [Sheffield,] sa. two bars erm. on a cliicf Barnake, [Yorkshire,] gu. three lions rampant ar.
indented per pale or and ar. an eagle displayed Barnake, ar. two barnacles in pale sa.
sa. —Crest, on a ^vTeath, a Mercury's cap or, Barnake, [Northampton,] ar. three pan- of bar-
wings ar. thereon an eagle's iiead erased ppr. nacles sa.
gorged ^^ith a collar erm. [Granted 11591.] Barnake, [Leicestersliire,] ar. a fesse betw. three
BarloiL\ [Bramfield, Chesliire,] barry wavy of six pair of barnacles sa.
iir. and sa. on a chief gn. flory or, a cauton Barnake, erm. a fesse gai.
erm. Barnake, erm. a bend gu.
Barlow, gu. a demi eagle erased, with two heads, BAliNACLE, az. three baijincle-geese ar.
saus wings, ar. Barnacle, a barnacle-goose ar.
sa.
Barlow, [Barlow,] sa. an eagle displayed ar. mem- Barnard, gu. a lion passant guardarit or.
bered or, standing on a hmb of a tree, regu- Barnard, ar. on a bend az. three escallo[>s or.
lated and trunked, of the second. Barnard, [Hendon, jMiddlcsex,] ar. a bear ram-
Barlowe, [Slebege, Pembrokeshire,] ar. on a pant sa. muzzled or. —
Crest, out of a ducal co-
chev. engr. betw. three cross crosslets fitchce ronet or, a demi bear rampant sa. muzzled or.
sa. two lions passant, counter-passant, of the [Borne by Sir John Barnard, Lord Mayor of
first. — Crest, a demi hon ar. holding a cross London, 1738.]
crosslet fitchee sa. Barnard, [Lincolnshire,] ar. a bend fusily purp.
Barlonyhe, or Barloice, [Lancashire,] sa. an eagle betw. six fleurs-de-lis az. —
Crest, a dragon's
displayed, with two necks, ar. armed or. head erased ar. collared and lined or, gorged
Barmingham, gu. a maiuicb erm. with three bars gu.
Barmovt, or, two cliev. withhi a bordure gu. Barnard, [Kent,] vert, on a chief gu. two mul-
Barnaby, erm. a fesse gu. lets or.
Barnahy, or Barnarly, quarterly ar. and gu. a Barnard, [Kent,] vert, on a chief or, two mullets
cross counterchanged.
Barnahy, per fesse nebulee or and sa. tlu-ee boars' Barnard, [Essex,] az. on a fesse ar. three dolphins
heads cou])ed, coimterchanged. —
Crest, a boar's within a bordure engr. gu.
head erased per fesse nebulee sa. and or. Barnard, [Essex,] az. a fesse betw. three dolphins
Barnahy, per pale wavy ar. and vert, three boars' naiant ar.
heads erased counterchanged. Barnard, [Kent,] vert, on a cross sa. five midlets
Barnaby, [Yorkshire,] or, on a lion rarapant sa. or.
tluree escallop shells ar. within an orle of mullets Barnard, vair, on a chief gu. two rauUetspierced or.
az. Barnard, [Hants,] sa. two greyhounds endorsed ar.
Barnaby, ar.ona cross gu. five crescents of the field, Barnard, sa. two greyhounds endorsed ar. betw.
on a chief az. tlnoe bezants. as many bucks' heads cabossed or.
Barnahy, [Salop,] or, on a Hon rampant sa. three Barnard, [Somersetshire and Gloucestershire,]
escallop shells ar. — Crest,
a leopard couchant sa. erm. on a bend gu. three cinquefoils or.
Barnaby, [Worcestershire,] ar. a lion passant Barnard, [Yorkshire and Norfolk,] ar. on a bend
guardant sa. betw. three escallop shells of the az. three escallops of the field, in the sinister
second. corner, in an annulet, a mullet. — Crest, a
[H]
— —

BAR B A K
• demi lion ar. charged on the shoulder with a Barnes, 1584,] quarterly, or and
[Lauca.shire,
mullet, vithiii an annulet, hokliiig; in the paws a vert, on a fesse sa. three estoiles of tlie first.
snake entwined az. Crest, an estoile pierced or.
Barnard, gu. tliree hons ram))iint or. Barnes. The same coat with the estoiles ar.
Barnard, [London,] ar. on a bend az. three es- \^Borne by Dr. liichard Barnes, Bishop of
callops of tlie first. —
Crest, an escallop shell ar. Durham.]
Barnard, az. a fesse within a bordure cnifr. or. Barnes, quarterly, az. and gu. a cross erm.
Bernard, [Cambridgeshire and Norfolk,] ar. a Barnes, az. three leopards' faces or.
bear rampant sa. muzzled or. Crest a demi — Barnes, [Surrey and Essex,] quarterly, or and
bear erect sa. muzzled or. vert, in the first quarter a crescent gu.
Bernard, [Essex,] gii. three fishes within a Barnes, [London,] quarterly, az. and gu. a cross
bordure indented ar. betw. four cross crosslets or.
Barx.vrdiston, o;-Bernardiston, az. afesse Barnes, [Berkshire,] ar. two bars betw. six
dancettee enn. mascles, three, two, and one, sa. Crest, a —
Barnardision, [Keddingtou, Suffolk,] az. a fesse demi unicorn erm. horned, collared, and lined
dancettee erm. betw. six cross crosslets ar. or.
Crest, an ass's head ar. Barnes, az. on a fesse betsv. tliree sheldrakes ar.
Barnardision, [Brightwell-Ilall, Suffolk.] The as many roses gu.
same. Barnes, ar. two bai-s crenellee sa. in chief three
Barnardiston, [Great Cotes, Lincolnsliire.] The pellets.
same, with due difference. Crest, a slork or, — Barnes, paly of six, erm. and az. on a cliief gu.
among
rushes ppr. a lion passant or.— Crest, a demi lion or.
Barn.w EiLi:, gu. a cross or. Barnes, [Lord I\Liyor of Loudon, 1370 and 1371,]
B.\KNE, [London,] az. three leopards' heads ar. quarterly, az. and gu. a cross ar. in the first and
Barne, [London,] az. three leopards pa.ssant or. second a cross botfonee or,
(Another, ar.) Barnerlv, quarterly, ar. and gu. a cross quar-
Barne, [Essex,] az. two lions passant ar. terly counterchanged.
Barne, [London,] az. two lions passant gutudant Barners, and vert.
quarterly, or
in pale ar. Burner, per pale ar. and az. a fesse counter-
Barne, [Sir Lord Mayor of Loudon,
George, changed.
1552,] quarterly first and fourth, ar. on a chev.
; Barner, gii. a barnacle-goose ar.
engr. or, tliree trefoils shpped az. betsv. as Barnesdale, [1604,] per saltier ar. and or.
many swans second and tliird ar. on a fesse
sa.; four eagles displayed sa. —
Crest, a crane's head
engr. sa. betw. three grillius' heads erased gu. ar. beaked gu. issuing out of rays or.
collared or, a flem--de-Hs of the field betw. two BARNE.SLY, [Stafl'ordshire and Surrey,] sa. a
cinquefoijs erm. cross betw. four roses ar. a mullet for dilierence
Barne, George, Lord INIayor of London,
[Sir gu. — Crest, an old man's head couped at the
1586,] quarterly first and fourth, az. tliree leo-
; breast, full-faced, ppr. charged with a mullet
pards' heads ar. second and third, ar. a chev. az.
; for difl'erence. [Gra7iied 1597.]
betw. three choughs sa. Barnsletj, gu. a cross betw. four roses or, leaved
Barnes, or Bernes, [Ctunbridgeshire,] sa. vert. — Crest, a dragon passant ar. charged on
two bars embattled or, in chief tlu-ee bezants. the breast with a rose gn.
— Crest, a leopard passant ar. spotted sa. collared Barkeston, az. a fesse dancettfee ar.
and lined or. Barnesion, ar. a fesse dancettee erm. betw. six
Barnes, az. on a bend ar. betw. two estoiles or, a cross crosslets fitchee sa. (Another, crosses
bear passant sa. estoiled or, seizing a man ppr. formee fitchee sa.)
, on a chief ar. tliree roses gu. radiated or. Bai-neslon, [Suffolk,] az. a fesse dancettee erm.
Barnes, [London, 1G14,] az. two lions passant betw. six crosses pattee fitchee ar. (Jnother,
guardant ar. —
Crest, out of clouds ppr. Issuing cross crosslets fitchee ar.)
rays paleways or, an arm erect, habited of the Barnett, or, a saltier, in chief three leopards'
last, holding in the hand ppr. a broken sword faces sa.
ar. hilt gold. Barnett, sa. a saltier or.
Barnes, az. two lions passant ar. Barnett, or, a saltier sa. in chief a leopard's
Barnes, az. three leopards' heads ar. Crest, on — head of tlie second. (Another, the field ai-.)
a momit vert, a falcon, wings expanded ar. du- Barnett, gu. a chief and lion passant guardimt or.
cally gorged, beaked, and legged or. B.\RNEVELT, ar. a field and river ppr. on the
BAR BAR
field a buck p^u. drinking in the river. Crest, a — Barnhouse, [Devon,] sa. a pair of wings inverted
deiiii buck gu. and conjoined ar.
13arnf,WEI-l, [Norlhamptonshire,] per pale sa. Barnhouse, [Devon,] ar. two wings inverted and
and az. a fessc dancettee or, bet\v. three cross conjoined gu.
crosslets fitchee of tiie third. Barmngham, jjer pale or and sa.
BarncweU, [Ireland,] az. a saltier engr. betw. four Barniuyham, per pale indented ar and sa.
crescents ar. Barory, sa. two swords in saltier ar. hilted and
BarncweU, [Essex,] az. a saltier engr. or, betw. ponielled or, betw. four fleurs-de-lis of the last.
four crescents ai-. B.VRON, [Kinnaird, Scotland,] or, a chev. sa.
BarneiL-ell, or BaniaiceUe, [Stamford, Lincoln- betw. three martlets gu. within a double tressure
shire, and Cranesley, Northamptonshire, loGO,] flory counterllory of the last.
gu. a saltier embattled betw. four crescents ar. Baron, [Scotland,] or, a chev. betw. three mart-
— Crest, a boar's head erased ar. gorged vith lets sa. (Another, the field ar.)
a collar embattled gu. charged \\ith three be- Baron, [of Wenime,] sa. an iuke moline enn.
zants, in front a double ring or. (Another Baron, [of Pantulfe,] gu. an inke moline erm.
bears a wolf's head, collared as before.) Baron, gu. a chev. or, fretfy az. betw. three garbs
Barnicell, [Ireland,] erm. a bordure engr. gu. of the second.
Barnewell, ar. a saltier gu. betw. four fleurs-de-lis Baron, or, a bull passant gu.
sa. Baron, [Bradwell and Skirnby, Essex,] gu. a
BarmicU, [Suffolk,] per pale, sa. and az. a fesse chev. erm. betw. three garbs or. — Crest, a gtub
dancettee ar. vert, eared or.
Barnwe/l, [Ireland,] ar. a saltier gu. betw. four Baron, ar. three cstoilesgu. \vithin a bordure engr.
fleurs-de-lis sa.
Barnv:c-ll, [Ireland,] or, a saltier engr. gu. betw. Baron, [Devon,] ar. a chev. betw. three body
four fleurs-de-lis sa. hearts sa.
Barney, [Park-Hall, Norfolk,] per pale gu. Baron, gu. fretty ar. on a chev. az. three garbs
and az. a cross engr. erm. Crest, a plume of — or.
feathers of two rows, in the bottom four, in the Baron, ar. two bars betw. six niascles sa. three,
top three, az. and gii. two, and one.
Barney, per pale az. and gu. a cross engr. erm. Baron, erm. three bends gu. a label of as many
Barney, or Berney, [Norfolk,] quarterly, az. and ])oints az.
gu. a cross erm.^Crest, a garb or. Baron, [London,] az. two lions passant guardant in
Barney, [Kent,] erm. on a bend gu. three lions jiale ar.
rampant guardniit or. Baron, ar. two bars sa. betw. nine mascles of the
Barney, az. two leopards ar. langued and armed second, three, three, and three. —
Crest, a deiiii
g-u. ^ unicorn erm. armed sa. crined, collared, and
Barney, [Kent,] az. three leopards' taces ar. chained or.
Barneys, az. three lions' heads ar. Baron, [London and Essex,] sa. in chief two es-
Barneys, az. three greyhounds passant ar. collared toiles, in base a martlet ar. withhi a bordure
or. engr. or.
Barneyes, az. tlu-ee gTeyhounds in full course Barron, erm. three bendlets gu. over all a label
of three points ar.
Barnfikld, Salop, and of Devon,]
[Ne'tt'iiort, Barron, gu. on a chev. ar. betw. three garbs or, a
or, on a bend gu. three mullets ar. an annulet iVet az.
for difference sa. —
Crest, a lion's Lead erased BARONiiY, or Barroughby, az. a chev. betw.
sa. diically crowned gu. three boars' heads couped or. (Another, ar.)
Barn ham, ar. a cross engr. betvv. four crescents Bauonsdali;, [London,] per saltier, or and ar.
gu. four eagles displayed az. —
Cresl, out of an an-
Burnham, [Kent,] sa. a cross engr. hetw. four tique crown or, a stork's head ar. beaked gu.

crescents ar.- Crest, a dragon's head ar. pel- B.VKR, az. an eagle displayed ar. surmounted of
Icttee, betw. four dragons' wings sa. bezantee. a bar (or fesse) sa. charged with two mullets of
Barnham, gu. a millrind in bend, betw. two mul- the second.
lets ar. Barre, ar. three bars crenellce gu.
Barnf.housk, or, two wings inverted and con- Barre, [Ireland,] banily ar. and gu.
joined gxi. a crescent for difference. [Heratcls' Barre, [Ireland,] harry of six ar. and gu.
OJice, Essex, C. 21.] Barre, harry of six couuterembattlcd ar. and gu.
[ H 2]

BAR BAR
Barre, gu. four bars componee ar. and sa. Barrett, per pale ar. and gu. a fesse counter-
Baurk, or UAitKV, ar. a fesse gii. betw. six changed.
fleurs-de-lis sa. Barrett, [Essex,] per pale ar. and gu. four bars
Barre, paly of six, ar. and sa. four bars gu. counterchanged. (Another, of Kent, six.)
Barrc, gu. three bars gobonated ar. aud sa. Barrett, [Herefordsliire,] gu. on a cliief indented
Barre, or Barrel/, ar. a cliev. betsv. three bears' ar. three escidlo])s of the field. (Another, the
heads coupcd sa. muzzled and collared or. escallojjs sa.) —
Crest, a lion ramjjantor, holding
Barre, or Barret/, gii. a beud vair betw. six es- betw. the fore-feet an escallop sa.
callops ar. Barrett, gu. on a chief indented ai". three mart-
Barre, gu. three bars gcmel ar. lets sa.
Barre, gii. two bars geniel ar. Barrett, az. on a chief indented ar. three escal-
Barre, ar. a fesse gu. betw. three fleurs-de-lis sa. l<)])s sa.
Barrc, az. crusily, two barbels adorsed or, a bor- Barrett, gu. on a chief indented or, three escal-
dure eugr. gu. lops sa.
Ba]{rf,ll, [Rochester, Kent,] erm. on a chief Barrett, ar. a fesse sa. in chief three mullets of
az. three talbots' heads erased ar. the second.
Barrel!, [Herefordshire,] erm. on a chief az. a Barrett, [Suft'olk,] ar. a fesse betw. tliree mullets
talbot's head in the dexter point couped az. sa.
eared gu. —
Crest, a talbot's head couped ar. Barrc//, [Ireland,] per pale ar. and gu. twelve
eared gu. barrulets counterchanged.
Barrel/, [liochester, Kent,] erm. on a chief sa. Barrett, az. a fesse daucettee or, in chief tliree
three talbot's heads erased of the tirst. mullets ar.
Barrall, barry of ten, ar. and sa. Barrett, ar. a fesse betw. tliree cstoiles gu.
Barrett, az. a fesse iudcntedj in chief three Barrett, [Dorsetshii-e, and of Ealing, Middle-
mullets ar. sex,] sa. a chev. betw. tliree hawks' heads erased
Barren, ar. a fesse indented gu. in chief three or.
mullets sa. Barren, [Suffolk,] ar. a beud az. betw. tlu-ce
Barrett, sa. three falcons' heads erased or. square buckles gu. —
Crest, a helmet ar. gar-
Barrett, or, a cross sa. over all a bendlet gu. nished and plumed with feathers or. (Another
Barrett, [Kent,] or, on a chev. betw. three mul- crest, a demi greyhound ar. collared and lined
lets sa. as many lions passant guardant nr. sa.)
Crest, on a wreath, a lion couchant ar. the dex- Barrett, per fesse indented ar. and gu. a bordure
ter paw resting upon a mullet sa. [Borne Inj az.
Thomas Barrett, Esq. of Lee-Prioru, Kent, Barrett, [Warwick,] or, a chev. engr. gu. betw.
182S.] three bears' heads sa. muzzled or. Crest, a —
Barrett, [Bellhouse, Aveley, Essex,] harry of griffin segreaut reguardant gu. wings elevated
foiu', ar. and gu. counterchanged per pale. or.
Crest, a hydra with seven heads, wiogs endorsed Barrett, [Cambridge,] ar. a chev. engT. betvi-.
vert, scaled or. three bears passant sa. muzzled or. Crest, a —
Barrett, [Perry-Court, in the parish of Preston, griflm segreaut reg-uardant or, beak, legs,
Kent,] ar. a fesse daucettee gu. in cliief three and -Nvings gu.
mullets sa. Barrett, [Castle-Barrett, Cork,] jier pale ar. iuul
Barrett, [Lea, Kent,] or, on a chev. sa. betw. gu. thiee bars counterchanged, on a canton of
three mullets of the second, as many lions pas- the second a rose, crowned, or. Crest, a —
sant guardant of the tield. heart or, betw. two wings az. semee of es-
Barrett, [Shortney, Nottinghamshire,] gii. on a toiles. August 22, \Q$2.']
[Certified,
.fesse cottised betw. three spears' heads ar. as Barrett, [London,] az. two barrulets or, betw.

many mullets of the field. Crest, a nag's head three doves ppr. [Granted '\17'A.'\
erased, per pale, gu. aud az. gorged -with two Bar rati,ar. tliree buckles, lozenges, in bend g-u.
bars ar. Barctt, gu. a chief indented ar.
Barrett, [London, 13S3,] gu, a chief indented ar. Barritl, az. on a chev. erm. betw. three griffins'
a bordiire az. heads erased or, two serpents in saltier, as part
Barrett, gu. on a saltier or, five swans sa. of a Caduceus ppr. —
Crest, a talbot's head, per
Barrett, [Suflblk,] ar. on a bond az. betw. three fesse ar. and erm. collared or, eared sa.
lozenge-buckles, the tongues fesseways gu. [Granted to Thomas Hercy Barrif, of Jamaka,
an annulet or. October 2S, 17GS.]
BAR BAR
[Ireland,] barry of six ar. and £:;u.
i5ARRKY, four fleurs-de-lis of the last. —
Crest, a squirrel
Jiany, gu. three bars componee, ar. and az. sejant gu. charged with a chev. or, cracking a
Barry, az. two lions passant or. nut ppr.
Barry, az. two lions passant guardant or. Barrow, cliequy az. and or, an eagle displayed
Barry, [Devon,] gii. three bars voided ar. ar.
Bariy, [Devon,] ^u. three bars cheqiiy ar. and Barroio, [Kent,] sa. a fesse erm. betw. two
az. fleurs de-lis in chief, and a hind trippantin base,
Barry, ar. three bars gu. or.

Barry, ban y of six ar. and gu. Crest, a wolf's Barrow, [Shipdenham, Norfolk,] sa. two swords
head erased sa. in saltier ar. betw. four fleurs-de-lis or, within
Barry, ar. three bars embattled gii. a bordiire gobonated of the last and g-u.
Barrye, [Devon,] ar. two bars, in chief a Barrow, [Winthoipe, Norfolk,] sa. two s-«ords
crescent gii. —
Crest, a wolf's head sa. charged in saltier, betw. four fleurs-de-lis or, within a
with a cre.^cent or. bordure gobonated az. and ar. (Another, ar.
Barrie, [Scotland,] az. an eagle displayed with and ]3uq).)
two heads ar. over all, on a fesse sa. two mul- Barrow, sa. a hind's head, couped, ai.
lets of the .second. Barrow, [Sufl'olk,] sa. two swords in saltier ar.
Barry. See Bar re. hilts and pomels or, betw. four flcurs-du-hs,
Barriff, [Northamptonshire,] vert, on a chev. within a bordure of the third. (Another, the
engr. ar. betw. three trefoils shpped pean, as —
bordure ar.) Crest, a hind's head ar.

many lions rampant sa. Crest, on a mount Barrow, [Wills and Suffolk,] sa. two swords in
vert, a beaver passant ppr. gorged with a plain saltier ar. pomels and hills gold, betw. four
collar and ring or. (Another, the field az.) fleurs-de-lis or.
Barriff, az. on a chev. engr. ar. betw. three tre- Barowe, ar. a pheon sa.
. foils slipped erm. as many lions rampant sa. Barrov.e, ar. on a chev. betw. three cross cross-
amred and langued gu. lets sa. two lions passant, counter-passant, ar.
Barringsi'ON, or, a cross crosslet puq). on a — Crest, a demi lion rampant ar. holding a
chief of the second, a lion passant guardant cross crosslet fitchee sa.
of the first. Barrowby, [Loudon,] sa. a cimetar, surmounting
Barrinqston, sa. six eagles displayed ar. three, a sword in saltier ar. liilts and pomels or, betw.
two, and one. four fleurs-de-lis of the last.
Barrinylon, [Somersetshire,] ar. a lion rampant Barsham, [Norfolk,] per pale gu. and ar. a
sa. flory or. chief or,
Barringlon, [Essex,] ar. three chev. gu. Barsham, [Colkirk, Norfolk,] pfr pale or and gu.
Barringfon, [Banington-Hall, Essex,] ar. three a chief or.
chev. gu. a label of as many points az. Barsham, per pale ar. and gu. a chief or.
(Another, erm.) —
Crest, a Capuchin Friar, Barston, [Norfolk,] quarleily, ar. and sa. over
aflVonte, ppr. couped below the shoulders, all an eagle displayed gu.
habited, paly of six ar. and gu. on his head a Barston, ar. three spiked clubs sa. two and
cap or. (Another, the cap hanging down be- one.
liind, and striped as the habit.) Bartkrowe, quarterly, ar. and sa. in the se-
Barrenklon, [Leicestershire,] ar. a lion rampant cond and third quarters, a tower triple lowered
double queued sa. ar.
Barrow, lozengy, or and az. a griflin salient Bartiiolemew, or Bartolomew, or, three
erm. three goafs' heads erased sa. —
Crest, a demi
Barrow, [Cambridge,] gu. on a chief ar. three goat ar. gorged with a chaplet of laurel
lions' heads erased sa. —
Crest, an ostrich's head vert.
erased ar. holding in the beak a key or. Barlholemeiv, ar. a chev. engr. betw. three lions
Barrow, [Petterspury, Northamptonshire,] ar. rampant sa.
three torteauxes, each charged with a fleur-de- Barthomley, or Bartumley, gu. three
lis or, on a chief az. a bugle horn gold, betw. two frogs, tails erect, or.
pheons of the field. —
Crest, a demi boar ram- Bartlet, sa. on a chev. flory counterflory
pant or, charged with three billets, betw. two betw. three doves ar. as many trefoils sli])ped
beiidlefs, sa. I)pr.
Barroic, and Ban-ohy, [Cambridge,] sa. two Bartlet, [London,] ar. on a chev. flory, betw.
swords in saltier ar. hilts and pomels or, betw. three doves ar. charged with as many trefoils

BAR B A S
slipped vert, pierced or. —
Crest, out of a du- Barton, [Sir Henry, Lord Mayor of London,
cal coronet or, two denii driigous, -without 1416 and 14^30,] erm. on a saltier sa. an aimu-
wint:fs, vert, tied back to back -Nvitb a cord az. let or, voided of the lirst.
issuing from the middle of the coronet, passing Bartram, [Baron of Miiford,] or, an orle gu.
under their throats, and meeting above their Bartram, [Cumberland,] gu. an orle or. (Another
lieads intwo bows. adds a label of three points of the second.)
Bartlel, [Kent,] ar. a chev. betw. three martlets Bartram, [Staflordshire,] az. an orle or.
sa. Bartram, [Northumberland,] gu. crusily, an
Bartlet, [Kent,] ar. a chev. sa. betsv. three Cor- orle ar.
nish choug'iis jjpr. Bartram, or, a lion passant vert.
Bartlet, [Gloucestershire,] quarterly, per fesse Bartram, az. an eagle displayed or.
indeiiled az. and gu. four crescents counter- Bertram, [Lord of Bothal,] or, an orle az.
changed. Rartron, ar. an escocheon az.
Bartlet, quarterly, per pale indented ar. and gu. Baruxe, ar. a chev. betw. three human or body
a crescent counterchanged. hearts, sa.
Bdrtletl, [Stopham, Sussex,] sa. tlu-ee falconers' Barway, ar. a barnacle in bend sa.
sinister gloves pendant ar. tasselled or. Baravell, ar. three martlets sa. betw. two bars
Crest, a swan ar. couched, -vWth her vings ex- gu.
panded in dorso. [Granted, to Walter Bart- Barwcll, ar. four barrulets az. over all a griffin
let,Esq. November 27, 1616.] segreant or.
BartlKi^ie, or, a chev. party per chev. eugr. ar. Baricell, erm. on a chief az. a talbot's head
and gri. betw. tliree lions rampant sa. couped ar. collai-ed gu.
Barton, gu. a fesse indented ar. Barwcll, gu. a goat climant ar. attired or.
Barton, gu. three house-suails or. Baravick, [Northuml)crland,] or, three bears'
Barton, ar. on a saltier sa. a roundle of masonry, heads erased, muzzled ar. —
Crest, on a mount
charged -with an ermine spot. vert, a stag or, atlired sa.
Barton, erra. on a canton sa. an owl ar. (Anotlicr, Baricick, [Sutton,
Yorkshire,] ai-. three bears'
the canton gu. the owl or.) heads couped sa. muzzled gu.
Barton, [Bucks,] ar. a chief erm. on a cautou gu. Baricick, az. a cross eogr, or, voided of the
an owl of the field. field.
Barton, erm. on a canton gu. a martlet or. Harwich, [AVesthorp, Suffolk,] ai\ three bears'
Barton, [Didleston, Salop,] ar. a bend double heads erased az. muzzled or.
cottised sa. Barwicke, [Esses, 1592,] ar. three bears' heads
Barton, az. two bars ar. a chief erm. erased sa. muzzled or. —
Crest, an escarbuncle,
Barton, per fesse erm. and ar. on a canton gii. an the centre az. the rays ar.
owl or. Barwicke, ar. a fleur-de-hs gu. betn". three bears'
Barton, [Cheshire,] ar. three bears' heads couped heads erased sa. muzzled or.
gu. Bar WIS, [Iselekirk, Cumberland,] ar. a chev.
Barton, [Barton, Lancashire,] ar. three boars' betw. tlu-ee bears' heads couped sa. muzzled or.

heads cou])ed (another, erased) gii. Crest, a Bar WORTH, ai-. a saltier sa.
boar's head couped gu. Barzey, ar. two bars gu. on a
[Shrewsbury,]
Barton, [Barton, Lancashire,] ar. three boars' canton of tliea niaunch or.
last, Crest, a —
heads couped sa. squirrel sejant ppr. cracking a nut or.
Barton, [Sw ethills, Lancashire,] az. a fesse betw. Basebroke, az. three mullets in fesse betAV. two
three bucks' iieadscabossed or. (Another, the bars or.
bucks' heads ar.) —Crest, an acom or, leaved Basentyne, az. three fleurs-de-lis ar.
vert. Basenlyne, gu. a fesse dancettee ar.
Barton, [Kent,] az. a fesse betw. three bucks' Basford, gu. three finned or winged syrens
heads co>i])od erm. —
Crest, an owl ppr. ar.

Barton, [^^'herby, Yorksliire,] erm. on a fesse Basford, [Nottinghamshire,] sa. three dancing
gu. three annulets or. bears or.
Barton, [Lancashire,] erm. a fesse engr. gu. Bdiford, [Grange, Derbyshire,] az. tluree eagles
Barton, az. a fesse betw. three squirrels' heads dis])layed betw. two bendlets ar.
or. Basha.m, or, three palcfs gu.
Barton, [Newton, Yorkshire,] ar. a fesse betw. Basluiiii, sa. a crescent ar.
six fleurs-de-lis of the first. Basiie, [Hertfordshire,] per chev. ar. and gu.
)<its{t .wlxi .M
B A S B A S
in chief two moorhens sa. combed and IcETg-ed three leopards' heads or. — Crest, a demi lion
g;u. in base a saltier ar. —
Crest, a griflia se- or.
greant, per pale ar. and sa. collared ^yitll a plain Basket, az. a chev. erm. betw. three dolphins'
collar coiinterchanged, holding- in the bejik a heads or.
broken spciir. Baskin, [Scotland,] gu. a fesse vair. —
Crest, a
BusTie, per chcv. ar. and sa. three towers, triple sword and stalk of wheat ia saltier, the last de-
towered, coiinterclianged. pressed of the first.
Bashe, [Herefordshire,] per chev. or and g;u. two Basnett, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three helmets
martlets in chief, and a cross in base, counter- close ppr. —
Crest, an arm e)nbowed in armour
clianged. p])r. holding a cutlas.
B.\sniNGS, az. a cross voided, and a bend Bassnet, az. a chev. betw. three helmets close
or.
Basjle, ar. three crescents sa. Baspooee, [Beston, Norfolk,] ar. a chcv. em-
B,\S1N, or BlKSiN, sa. thi ilotes in pale battled betw. three lions rampant sa. Crest, —
out of a ducal coronet or, a stag's head erm.
erm. a bordure sa.
Basilic/, attired or, wreathed about the neck ar. and sa.
Basing, [London, 1214,] or, six eagles dis- and tied behind with two bows.
played sa. three, two, and one, a canton Basquer, [Isle of Wight, Hants,] per bend or
erm. and ar. a lion rampant az. on a chief g;u. a cross
Basing, [Kent,] az. a cross criisily, voided or, a pattce, fitchee, betw. tv,o estoilcs of the se-
bend g^u. cond.
Basing, az. a cross crosslct recoursie ar. Bassack, [Stepney, Middlesex,] az. three piles
Basinghold, or Baseingiiold, ar. a saltier wavy in point or, on a chief of the first as luany
az. botonee or. mascles of the second.
Basingwp:rke, ar. on a cross engr. vert, five Basse, gu. a chev. ar.betv/. three plates. Crest, —
mullets or. a demi lion gu. resting liis paw on an oval
Basire, or Basiek, gu. three bars wavy, m shield in cartouch or, charged with a fleur-de-
chief a mullet of six points ar. Hs az.
Basker, or, a cross gu. bezautee. Bassenden, gu. ou a chev. ar. betw. three mid-
Baskerfield, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three lets or, as many mascles az.
hurts. Bassextine, az. three fleurs-de-lis or.
Baskervile, ar. on a chev. gu. betw. throe Basser, erm. on a chief indented .... two mul-
liurts, as many fleurs-de-lis or. lets ....
Baskervi/e, [Cheshire,] ar. three hurts. Basset, [Sir Robert, Lord JIayor of London,
Baskervile, [Gloucestershire,] ar. on a chev. az. 147.5,] gu. three helmets ar. vizors and garnish-
C another, gu.) betw. thi-ee hurts, as many cross ing or.
crosslets or. Basset f, barry nebulee of six or andg-u. C Another,
Baskervile, [Gloucestershire, Herefordshire, and ar. and gu.)
Herts,] ar. a chev. gu. betw. three tor- Basseit, paly of eight or and gu. a canton vert.
teauxes. Bassetf, [Devon,] paly of eight or and gu. a can-
Baskervile, [Herefordsliire and Warwickshire,] ton vair.
Jir. a chev. gu. betw. three hurts. Crest, a — Bassetf, paly of six or and gu. a bordure az. be-
wolf's head erased ar. liolding in the mouth an zantee.
arrow, the feathers upwards. (Another crest, Bassett, [Gloucestersliire,] erm. on a chief in-
a hon's head, pierced through the mouth with a dented g-u. three estoiles or. (Another, escnl-
.spear. Another crest, a garb of rosemary loj)s or.)
ppr.) Bassetf, [Gloucestershire,] ai'.on a chief indented
Baskervile, ar. on a chcv. gii. betsv. tlu-ee hurts, gu. three mullets or. (Another, esctdlops
as many mullets or. or.)
Baslcervill, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three trivets Bassetf, [Northumberland,] or, three piles gu.
az. (Another, pales) within a bordiu-e az. be-
Baskervill, ar. a chev. az. betw. three tor- zautee.
teauxcs. Bassetf, [Staffordshire,] or, three piles gu. a can-
Baskerwicii, ar. a hurt and label of three ton vair.
points gu. Bassett, or, three piles gu, on a canton sa, a lion
Basket, [Dorsetshire,] az. a chev. erm. betv.'. rampant ar.

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B A S BAT
Bassctt, [Warwicksliirc,] or, three jiilcs in point Bassinghnrne, [Cambridgeshire,] gyronny of eight
gu. a canton erni. —
Crest, a boar's licad ar. vair and gu.
coiiped gu. Bussinijhornc, gjronny of eight or and az.
Bassett, or, tlirec ])iles meeting in the base of Bassiiujhornc, gyronny of eight gu. and vair,
tlie escochcon sa. a canton crui. (Another, Basshijhonie, gyronny of twelve vair and gni.
vair.) Bassiiujhorne, gyronny of twelve ar. and gu.
Jiassctt, [Langley, Derliysliire,] or, three piles Bassincjhorne, gyronny of twelve gu. and vert.
meeting in the base of the cscocheon gu. a Bas.shujhorne, g)Toiuiy of twelve vair, or, and
canton ar. charged \vith a grifiiu segTcant sa. gu.
— Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a boar's Bassiiif/lorne, [Cambridgeshire,] gyronny of twelve
Iiead gu. gu. and vair.
Bassctt. The same, the canton being charged Bassinc/borne, [Hertfordshire,] gyionny of eight
\\ilh two lions passant gu. or and gni.
Bnssift, or, three piles meeting in the base of Bassiiirjhorne, []Jncolnsliirc,] gyroany of twelve
the escochcon sa. within a borduro az. be- or and az.
zantee. Bassingdon, eru). on a saltier engr. az. five
Bassctt. The same, adding over all a bend fleurs-de-lis or.
az. Bassinges, az. a cross engr. or, o^er all a bend
Bassctt, or, three pales gu'.
Bassett, or, three ])alos gu. a canton erm. Bassiii(/es, az. a cross moline quarterly pierced
Bassett, [Leicestershire,] bany wavy of six ar. or.
and gu. Bassingcs, gu. an inescochcon ar. within an orle of
Bassett, barry -wavy of six ar. and gu. a canton of cinquefoils pierced of the field.
the second. Bassixgfokd, az. a bezant.
Bassett, baruly ar. and gu. BASSl^•G^YE^:KE,o^BA.s.slNG^YERKS, [Cheshire,]
Bassett, [Cornwall,] ftr. three bars dancettee ar. a cross engr. vert.
gu. Bass^', quarterly, iudcnted per fessc, sa. and ar.
Bassett, barry of six az. and ar. on a chief of tlie Bastajiu, [Arlington, Norfolk,] ar. on a bend
second three chaplets of the first. betw. tliree fleurs-de-lis sa. as many boars' heads
Bassett, [Cornwall,] bnrry wavy of six or and —
coupcd or. Crest, an elephant's head per chev.
gu. or and sa. erased of the second.
Bassett, [Cornwall,] barry wavy of six or and ]5aistard, or Bastkud, [])evon,] or, a chev.
az. az.
Bassett, ["NYoniberly, Devon,] or, three bars BasteI'.D, ar. two bars az. in chief tlnee chaplets

wavy gu.- Crest, an unicorn's head ar. charged gu.
with two bars dancettee gu. Basthorp, gu. frelty ar. a canton of the last.
Bassctt, [Devon,] gu. three bars undec or. Bastirgk, [Sussex,] az. a cross moline qufirter
Bassett, barry wavy of six ar. and sa. pierced or,
Bassett, sa. tliree fleurs-de-lis ar. (Another, BaSto, crm. on a fesse cottised sa. three crescents
or.) or. —
Crest, on a w rcath, a horse's head couped ar.
Bassctt, [Somersetshire,] crm. a canton gu. BastoN', ar. three bats' wings sa.
Bassett, [Wales,] ar. a chev. betw. three bugte- Baslon, quarterly, indented per fcsse, or and az.
honis stringed sa. (Another, the chev. az.) BastovIjE, [Essex,] or, a cross sa. charged %^ith
Bassctt, [Essex,] ar. on a chev. betw. three bu- five midlets of the field. (Another, the field
glc-borns sa. five cross crosslets of the field. ar.)
Bassett, bendy gu. and or, a canton crm. Batkerge, sa. filtecn bezants, fi\e, foiu", three,
Bassett, gu. on a bend ar. three escallop shells two, and one.
sa. Bate, [Yorkshire, 1505,] sa. a fcsse engr. ar.
Bassett, or, three palets gu. a quarter barry ne- betw. three dexter hands coujied bendways or.
bulec ai". and az. — Crest, a stag's head ar. attired or, erased gu.
Bassinohorni:, [Badlingham, Cambridgeshire,] vulned through the neck with an arrow, gold,
'
gjToiuiy of tv\elve or and gu. feathered and headed ar.
Bassirir/bunie, g\Tonny of sixteen pieces ar. and Bate, sa. a fcsse ar, betw. (wo dexter hands
or.
Bassinrjhoriie, gyronny of eight ar. and gu. Bate, or, throe bats sa.
Bassiiif/horne, g\Tonny of eight ar. and az. J}atc, sa. a fcsse betw. tliree dexter hands ar.

BAT BAT
Bate, sa. a fesse betw. three dexter hiinds couped Bateman, [Sir Anthony, Lord JNJayor of London,
bendways ar. ]t)ti4.] The same "as Batkman, of How-
Bate, sa. a fesse, in chief two dexter hands Hall, Norfolk.
Baleman, [Sir James, Lord Mayor of London,
BATK! a fesse botw. two dexter hands couped 1717.] The same as Bateman, of London.
Batkrj; D, or, a chev. az.
Bales, [Halliwell, Nortliumberland,] sa. a fesse JJatkrkll, chequy or and gu. a chev. az.
engrailed betw. three dexter hands, couped at BATKinoN, or Bkckkrton, ar. on a chev. sa.
the -wrist beudwaNs ar. —
Crest, a naked man, three iiroad arrow-heads of the field.
hoidinp^ in his dexter iiand a willow-wand ppr. Batf-SHURY, [Herefordshire,] gu. a fesse vair
Bates, piuniby, Yorkshire,] sa. a fesse engr. betw. three goats' heads erased ar.
betw. three dexter hands couped ar. Bath, [Ireland,] gu. a cross betw. four lions ram-
Bales, [Norfolk,] sa. on a fesse ar. betw. three pant ar.
dexter hands couped bendways, or, five mullets Balk, or, a chev. engr. betw. three -wolves' Leads
of the field. erased sa.
Bates, [Lincohislure,] ar. on a fesse betw. three Bath, or Bathe, [Ireland,] gu. a cross betw. four
cinquefoils g^u. a fleur-de-lis erm. lions rampant guardaut ar. (Another, passant
BatemaN', [London.] or, three crescents, betw. guardaut ar.)
the horns of each a star gu. Bathor, [Hungary,] az. three fang-teeth in fesse
Bateman, per fesse indented sa. and ar. three or.
demi eagles displayed, couped, counterchanged. Bathur.ST, [London,] sa. two bars erm. in chief
Baleman, [How-Hall, Norfolk,] or, three es- three crosses foriuee or. —
Crest, a dexter arm
toiles, issuing out of as many crescents gu. embowed, habited in mail, holding in the hand
Baleman, [Norfolk,] sa. a crescent within a bor- ])pr. a club -with spikes or.
dure engr. erni. Bathiirst, [Hants.] The same.
Bateman, [Loudon,] or, on a fesse sa. betw. tliree Bathurst, [Kent.] The same.
JMuscovy ducks jipr. a rose of the first. Crest, — Balhtirsl, [Isle of V/ight.] The same, -^vith an
a Muscovy duck's head couped betw. tsvo wings annulet on each bar, and one on the arm,
expanded ppr. or.
Bateman, [Suffolk,] sa. three crescents, two and Bathurst, [Gloucestershire,] az. two bars, in
one, erm, within a bordure engr. ar. (Another, chief three crosses formee or. — Crest, on a
or.) mount vert, a horse ppr.
Bateman, ar. on a bend sa. three plates. Batiscombe, ar. a chev. betw three bats dis-
Bateman. The same, within a bordure gu. played sa.
Bateman, sa. an orle engr. ar. betw. three crescents Batlev, [Yorkshire,] ar. three torteauxes, a chief
erm. gu. —
Crest, a demi lion rampant gu. holding
Bateman, [Essex,] sa. sLx lions couchaut coward betw. the pa-ws a bezant.
ar-. thi-ee, two, and one. Batmay, az. on a bend ar. cottised or, betw.
Baleman, sa. six lions couchant or, three, two, three lions rampant of the third, tluec tor-
and one. teauxes.
Bateman, [Essex,] az. a chev. embattled or, Batower, erm. a saltier engr. gu.
betv.-. three martlets ar. a crescent for difier- Batson, alias Davis, ar. three bats' wings
eucc. erect sa. two and one, on a chief gu. a lion pas-
Bateman, or, on a chev. betw. three escallojis gu. sant guardaut ar. —
Crest, a bat's wing erect ar.
au ostrich feather ar. [Granted, December 24, 1702, to Captain
Bateman, [Whitechapel, Middlesex,] az. a fesse Thomas Batson, who, hij his will, conveyed
nebulee, betw. three crescents, each having an the Estate and Arms to 1^ill^am Davis, a son,
csfoile issuing from betw. their horns or. hij a niece of the said Captain Tliovias Bat-
Crest, out of a mural coronet ar. an eagle son, on condition he should bear both his Name
rising, with a small garland in his beak ppr. and Ar7ns.]
Bateman, ar. on a bend sa. thiee hurts, -within a Bat, or \ [Berks and Yorkshire,] sa. a fesse
•bordure gii. Batt, I engr. ar. betw. three dexter hands,
Bateman, or, tliree estoiles gu. the one in base couped at the wrist or.
issuant out of a crescent of the second. Crest, — Ball, [Hackney, Middlesex,] ar. a cross engr.
an increscent ar. betw.'t-wo wings, tlie dexter betw. three bats displayed sa. —
Crest, a wolf
^. sinister g-u. passant ppr.
in
B A V B A W
Bait, [Kensin<:^ton, ]\li<lJlcsex,] sa. a fcsse erm. Bavant, erm. two bars gu.
betw. three dextrr liiinds crerl ar. — Crest, a Bavant, erm. two bars gu. charged with six mul-
demi liou guttLO de sang, holding;bet\v. tlie paws lets ))ierced or.
a marsluil's stafi' palewavs or, tijiped at the ends Bavesor, ar. a lion rampant c^i. tail forked.
sa. [Granted June 21," 1717.] Baugh, [Gloucestershire,] gu. a fesse vair betw.
Batt, ar. a cross eiigr. botw. four hats displayed sa. three mullets ar. —
Crest, out of a ducal coronet
Batt, [Lord Mayor of London, 12-10,]" sa. a or, a talbot sejant sa.
chev. betw. three dexfer hands couped ar. Baw, or Baivood, ar. on a bend cottised sa.
Balle, [Lord jNIayor of Loudon, 12;>3.] Same three eagles dis[)l;iyed or.
arms. Baumford, o?- ? [])onington, Lincolnshire,] ar.
Batt ELL, gii. a griffin segrcant ar. armed az. Baunford, S a fesse engf. gu.
within a bordnre engr. or. Bauzon, or, a lion rampant guardant gu.
Batell, gii. a gTiflin segrcant or. Bawdby, ar. a saltier betw. four rooks sa.
Batten, ar. a chev. sa. betw. three battle- Baayde, gu. three marlions' A\ings or.
axes az. Bawde, [Curringham, Essex, and Bedfordshire,]
Batten, [Devon,] ar. tliree battle-axes az. gu. three chev. ar.- —
Crest, a satyr's head in
Batten, az. three battle-axe.s ppr. headed ar. han- profile sn. with wings to the side of the head
dles garui.shed or. or, the tongue hanging out of his mouth gu.
Battersbv, [1605,] or, a saltier, paly of twelve Bawde, [Lincolnshire,] gu. two chev. ar.
cnn. and gu. a crescent in chief sa. —
Crest, a Baicde, gu. three lions rampant ar.
ram passant erm. armed and nngnled or. Baiijde, gu. three wings or.
Batteford, or Batesford, ar. two crescents Baiude, [Essex,] gu. three eagles displayed or.
gu. a canton sa. Bawde, [Essex,] gu. three eagles' legs erased,
Baliffonl. The same; the canton charged with a talons in chief or.
crescent or. Bawde, [Lancasliire,] gu. three chev. tsvo ar. and
Bafi/ford, [Suffolk,] ar. on a chev. betw. three one or.
crosses bottouee sa. iis many fleurs-de-lis of the Baicde, gii. three chev. the first or, second and
first. third ar.
Battie, [Wadsworth, Yorkshire,] sa. a chev. Baude, gu. three eagles' legs erased ;\-la-cuisse or.
betiv. three goats ar. each goat charged with Baud, gu, a chev. ar. betw. two others or. j

two pellets on a chief of the last a demi wood- Bawdington, [Gloucester,] ar. on a fesse I

man with a club erect ppr. betw. two cinque- engr. gu. betw. three birds volant az. as many \

foils gu.— Crest, a stork with a fish in the beak, bezants, each chaiged with a hon's head erased I

all ppr. (A nollier crest, a kingfisher ppr. ducally sa. i

gorged and chained or, in the mouth a fish ar. Bawdrick, [Nottingham,] sa. a chev. ar. sur-
Baty, sa. a chev betw. three bulls passant ar. mounted by another gu.
each charged with t'wo pellets on a chief or, Baworiffe, az. a pelican displayed or, wound-
a demi woodman with a club betw. tv.o cinque- ed on the breast.
foils gu. BawdrU', gu. three swans ar.
Battishill, [Westwicke, Devon,] az. a cross Bawdwin, [Salop,] ar. a saltier sa.
crosslet in saltier or, betw. four ovis ar. beaked Bawdivyn, or, a fesse betw. throe water-bougets
and legged gold. (Another, the owls or.) gu.
Battleround, ai'. an orle embattled on the Baiudwyn, az. a star of sixteen points or.
outside az. Bawingiiaa', or Bawningham, [Norfolk,]
Battlewall, a fesse embattled az.
ar. ar. on a bend gu. cottised az. three escallops of
Bavent, ar. a lion rampant, queue fourchee sa. the field.
a bendlet compone of the first and second. Bawne, erm. on a chief indented ar. two trefoils
Bavent, ar. on a cliiaf indented sa. three bezants. slipped sa. \

Bavent, [Norfolk,] ar. a chev. gu. withua a bor- Bawnc, or, a cross az. ]

dnre (another, engr.) sa. charged with an Bawre, sa. a cross flory ar. j

entoire of bezants. Bawtre, [Cambridge,] ar. on a chev. sa. betw. I

Bavent, ar. a lion rampant gu. crowned or. three lions' heads erased gii. as many fleurs-de-lis
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(Another adds, on the shoulder, afieur-de-lisor.) of the first. —


Crest, a lion's head erased gu. l

Bavent, ar. a chief indented sa. Bawtre, [Yorkshire,] quarterly, gu. and erm. in
Bavent, or, a liou rampant sa. douljle queued; the first and fourth quarters a goat's head erased
over all a bend gobouated ar. and gu.

BAY B A 1

UaXMONT, [Devon,] bariy of six vair and gu. Bayley, [London,] gu. a fesse vair, in chief a
J5.VXTED, [Essex,] quaiturly, ar. ;iud gii. ou a bezant charged with an anchor sa. betw. two
bend sa. tliree eagles displayed or. estoiles or, in base three martlets ar. Crest, a —
Baxter, or, six eaglets displayed, three, two, dexter arm embowed, habited az. on the ann
and one, ppr. a fesse vair, the hand i)pr. sui)porting a stalV or.
Baxter, [Stannow, Norfolk,] gu. a wivern passant Bayley, ar. a fesse betw. three martlets gu.
or, wings expanded, tail nowed; ou a chief of charged with as many plates. (Another, be-
the second, three spears' heads az.— Crest, a zants.) —
Crest, a griflin sejant erm. wings and
lion's ganih enised or, holding a spear sa. head- fore-legs or.
ed ar. near the head two strings and tassels or. Bayky, az. nine estoiles ar. three, three, aud
Baxter, vert, three squin-els sejant ar. three. —Crest, a boar's head erased jipr.
Baxter, [Northumberland,] gii. on a heud ar. fovn- Bayly, [London,] gu. a fesse vair betw. two mul-
eagles disjjlaycd vert. lets of six points in chief, and a heart in base
Baxter, az. a cross betw. four lions sejant giiar- ar. — Crest, an ami couped at the elbow, and
dant or. erect, habited gu. charged with a fesse vair, the
Baxter, [Yorkshire,] ou a bend az. three cs-
ar. cufl' ar. holding iu the hand ppr. a mullet of six
toiles of the field. ( Anolhcr, or.) points or.
Baxter, ar. four w iudiuill-sails, conjoined in saltier Bayly, ar. three torteauxes two, and one.
sa. Bayly, ar. a chev. erm. betw. three mullets gu.
Baxter, erm. ou a cbev. gii. three bezants. (Another, martlets.)
Baxter, [Cromer, Norfolk,] quarterly, sa. and Bayly, [Bristol,] or, on a fesse engr. betw. three
g-u. tliree bucks' heads coupcd at the neck or. nags' heads erased az. as manj' fleurs-de lis gold.
Baxter, [Norfolk,] ar. on a ])ale sa. three bezants — Crest, a goat's head az. beziuitee, aitired or.
within a bordure of the second. (Atiotlicr, the Bey ley, ar. three torteauxes, two and one.
bordure engr.) Bailey, erm. three bars v.'avy sa.
Bakster, or Baxter, ar. a bat displayed sa. Baylie, az. three doves vising ar. legged gu. and
Bay, az. two bars betw. seven cross crosslets, crowned with ducal coronets or. ^Borne by
three, three, and oue, or, ^rith^n a bordure engT. Richard Baylie, President of St. Johns Col-
gu. lec/e, and Dean of >Salisbun/, icho died in
Bay, ai-. tluee maples sa. l(i(J7.]
Baye, paly of six, or and gu. on a chief of the Baillie, az. nine stars ar. three, three, two, and
lastthree escallops of the first. one, 'v\ithin a bordure ar. charged vriih eight
Baycp;, [Bucks,] ar. ou a chev. sa. five bezants. crescents of tiie first. —
Crest, the moniing-star
Bayden, [Cheshire,] vert, a cross or. (Anolktr, ]>pr.
the cross moline.) Baillie. The same, within ti bordure coxniter ne-
Bayford, sa. a fesse vaire or aiul sa. betw. three hulee ar. and sa. —Crest, a star of eight points
leopards' Leads of the second. or, issuing out of a cloud ppr. (Anolhcr, the
Bcyford, ar. three mullets gu. bordure wavy or.)
Bayiiouse, [Lincolnshire,] gu. two bars ar. m Baillie, [Scotland,] sa. a sun or, betw. nine stars
chief thi-ee escallops of the second. ar. three, two, three, —
and one. Crest, a ere-,
Bayousse, [Iliuitingdon,] ar. a lion rampant purp. scent or.
Bayouse, [Lincolnshire,] gu. frno bars ar. iu chief Baillie. The same, a crescent for difference.
three escallops of the second. Baillie, az. the moon in her complement, betw.
Bayouse, bany of six ar. and gu. nine stars ar. three, two, three, and one.
Baiouse, ar. three lions rampant purp. Crest, a dove vokmt, holding in the beak a
Baioiise. The same, with a label gu. branch of olive.
Bayland, [Suflblk,] az. a saltier engr. or. Baillie, az. nine stars ar. three, tliree, two, and
Bayldon, [Bayldon, Yorkshire,] ar. a fesse one. —
Crest, a boai-'s head couped. Supporters,
betw. three fleurs-de-lis gu. (Another, sa.) two boars ppr.
Bayler, gu. three piles ar. Bayliff, ar. on a chev. gu. three martlets or, betw.
Bayley, [Middle Temple,] sa. a chev. betw. as many body hearts of the .second.
three body hearts or. —Crest, a denii lion guar- Bailiffe, ar. ou a bend betw. tliree martlets gu.
daut or, holdhig in the paw a branch vert. three jjlates.
Bayley, [Iloddesdon, Herts, 1G34,] ar. tluee tor- Bayloi'FE, [Northumberland,] ar. an orle gu.
tcauxes, two and one, a chief gu. —
Crest, out of a label of tlu-ee points sa.
a ducal coronet or, a nag's head ar. BaiIjMOLFE, or, an orle purp. ,

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BAY BAY
BaylIS, [London,] or, on a cross az. hetw. four Bayn, [Scotland,] az. a wolf's head erased or,
ermine s[)ots, five esfoilcs ar. — Crest, a demi armed and langued gu.— Crest, a dexter hand
antelojje pjir. gorpjed with a collar, and buckled grasping a dirk or.
or. [Granted, June 2, 1725.] Bayn. The same, within a bordure counter-
Bai/lis, erin. a cliev. two bay-trees
az. betw. compoued az. and or.
eradicated and fructed in chief ppr. in base a Bayne, [Fife, Scotland,] az. a garb or, banded of
lamb ar. resting- his dexter foot on a roll of scar- the first betw. three thistles gold.
let cloth.— Crest, out of an eastern coronet or, Bai/ne, [Lancashire,] vert, on a chev. embattled
charged on the band vith an auricula flower, a or, betw. three martlets ar. as many cinquefoils
bay-tree fructed, all ppr. [Grcinied to Thomas gu. —Crest, an estoile or.
BayUx, of New-Mills. Gloucestershire, 1775.] Bayne, az. a chev. embattled or.
Bayloll, or Bayi.iol, ar. an orle pu. Bayne. See Bkaghan.
Bayloll, or Bayliol, ar. an orle vair, a label of five Baine, [Cheshire,] az. a fesse creucllee or, betw.
points f^-u. three martlets ar.
Bayloll, or Baylrek, gii. an orle ar. Bane, sa. two leg-bones in cross ar.
Bayloll, or Bayleek, ar. an orle az. Bane, per saltier ar. and az.
Bayloll, [Scotland,] gu. an orle erm. (Another Bain, az. a volf's head erased or, within a bor-
adds a label of five points nz.) dure ar. —
Crest, a dexter arm in armour em-
Bayloll, or, an orle vair. (Another adds a label bowed ppr. garnished or, grasping a dagger,
of three points gu.) also ppr. Motto over the crest, JE^ marie el
Bayloll, quarterly, gu. and or, in the first quai'ter arte. [Confirmed, 1784, to Michael Bain,
a lion rampant ar. Tisq. late Captain of the King's Regiment of
Bayman, gu. a chev. betw. three bulls' heads Light Dragoons, descended from the ancient
ar. family of Tidloch of that name, in the county
Bayman, or, on a cross sa. five bulls' lieads ar. of Aberdeen.']
Baymond, barry of six ar. and az. Baynes, [Cheshire,] az. on a chev. embattled
Baymont, [Devon,] barry of six vair p.iid gu. or, betw. tluee martlets ar. as many cinquefoils
. Baymy, ar. three fleurs-de-lis sa. gu. (Another, the cinquefoils sa.)
,' -Baymyn, erm. on a chief indented sa. three Baynes, [Cumberland, London, and Essex,] sa.
fleurs-de-lis ar. a shin-bone in pale, surmounted by another in
Baynar, or Bainer, sa. a chev. or. fesse ar. —
Crest, an arm couped, vested az.
Baynard, [Norfolk,] sa. a chev. erm. holding in the hand ppr. a jaw-hone ar.
Baynard, ar. a chev. sa. on a chief gu. three an- Baynes, [London,] per bend or and az. three
nulets or. roundles in pale counterchanged.
Baynard, [Blagdon, Somersetshire,] sa. a fesse Baynes, [Cheshire,] az. a chev. embattled or,
,

betw. two chev. or. Crest, a demi unicorn ram- betw. three martlets ar.

pant or, armed ppr. crined sa. Supporters, Baynfield, [Devon,] or, on abend gu. three
two unicorns or, armed and hoofed ppr. crined mullets ar.
• sa."^ Baynham, [Gloucestershire, IGol,] gu. on a
Baynard, or Baynyard, [Sufl'olk,] ar. a chev. betw. chev. betw. tluee bulls' heads cabossed ar. an
three birds sa. estoile sa. —
Crest, out of a mural coronet gu. a
Baynard, [Norfolk,] a fesse betw. two chev.
sa. bull's head ar.
or, charged with three martlets of the field. Baynham, [Herefordshire,] vert, a cross moline
Baynard, gu. three chev. erm. (Another udds n betw. four cross crosslets fitchee or.
label of three points or.) Baynham, [Kent and Gloucestershire,] gu. a
Baynard, or, a fesse betw. two chev. sa. chev. betw. three bulls' lieads cabossed ar. armed
Baynard, [Stukey, Norfolk,] sa. oh a fesse betw. or.— Crest, a bull's head couped at the neck or.
two chev. or, three birds sa. beaked and legged Baynham, sa. three mullets ar.
gu. —
Crest, a bird's claw erased sa. charged Baynham, gu. tliree chev. erm.
•with a mullet or. Baynham, [Herefordshire, 1588,] vert, a cross
Bainard, erm. a fesse betw. two chev. sa. mohne or.— Crest, a beaver ppr.
Bainard, sa. a fesse betw. two chev. ar. Bayninge, [London,] or, two bars sa. each
Bainard. See Banaud. charged with as many escallops of the field.
Baynhridge. See Bainbrigg. B.^YNTON, [Wilts,] sa. a bend lozengy ar. Crest, —
Bayniiry, [Yorkshire,] az. two pole-axes or, a grirtin's head erased sa.
headed ar. on a chief or, two mullets of the Bayntoit, ar. on a fesse betw. three crescents gu.
field, pierced gu. a hon passant of the field.

B E A B E A
Beynton, sa. a bend fusily ar. Beke. See Beak.
BeynloH, az. sLs escallops or, three, two, and one. Beeke, gu. a cross moline voided ar. —Crest,
Uavon, [Cheshire,] orni. two bars wavy gu. in out of a ducal coronet gu. two bull's horns
• chief three boars' heads couped sa. erm.
Bayons, or Bavos, paly of six, or and gu. Beeke. See Beak.
on a cliicf of the second an escallop of the first. Beale, [Kent,] sa. on a chev. betw. three grif-
(Another, three escallops or.) fins' heads erased or, as many estoiles pierced of

Bayons, [Lincolnshire and Essex,] ar. three lions the field.


ram)jant pnrp. Beak', [Surrey,] sa. on a chev. betw. three grif-
Bavrk, gu. three bars gobonated ar. and sa. fins' heads erased or, as many mullets of the

Baybi'.FORD, ar. a bear salient sa. muzzled, col- field. —Crest, a unicorn's head sa. erased gu.
larc-d, and chained or. armed and crined or.
Bayu, [Cheshire,] az. on a chev. embattled or, Beak, sa. on a chev. or, betw. three g-riffin.s'
tliree cinquefoils gii. betw. as many martlets heads erased ar. as many estoiles gu.
ar. Beak, [Southam])toii,] ar. three torfeauxes.
Bkaciicropt, bendy of six, ar. and gu. three Beak, [London,] sa. on a chev. betw. tliree
stags' heads cabossed or. — Crest, a beach-free griffins' heads erased ar. three estoiles gu.
ppr. behind six park pales or. \_Gran(e(l Ko- Crest, a unicorn's head erased or, semee
vembcr 12, 1717. The same home by Sir d'estoiles gu. [Heralds' Office, London, C.
Robert Beachcrofl, Lord Mayor of London, 24.]
1712.] Beak, [Herefordshire and Xorthamptonshire,]
BeaciiI'R, [Sir Edward, Lord Mayor of I^n- ar. a chev. betw. three pheons sa. the two
don, 1728,] quarterly; first and fourth, vaire in chief lying fessew ays point to point.
ai'. and gu. on a canton or, a buck's head Beall, sa. a chev. betw. tlu-ee wolves' heads
cabossed second and third, az. a chev. betw.
; erased or, charged with as many cinquefoils of
three lions passant ar. the field.
Beacon,or Bkcon, quarterly, or and sa. four Bealew, or Belew, [Yorkshire,] sa. a fret
leopards' heads counterchangcd. or.
Bf.adlkffe, ar. three bead-tree leaves vert. Bkaelsford, or, a cinqucfoil sa. pierced of the
Beaf, ar. a chev. betw. tliree crosses formee field.
sa. BeanbRAS, or Beaubras, baruly, or and
Bfafike, az. three demi helmets or. az.
Bkagiian, ar. a chev. gu. witliia a bordure sa. Beanisulk, or, on a fesse sa. three bezants.
bezantee. — Crest, a pellet betw. two ^^^ngs (Another, the field ar.)
expanded, paly of sLx, perfesse counterch;inged Beancastle, sa. a fesse ar.
gu. and sa. Beane, gu. three beau-cods pendant or.
Beake, [Dorsetshire,] barry wavy of six ar. and Beaxeveill, or Beavill, az. a chief or.
on a canton of the second a leopard's head
sa. Beaniill, az. a chief ar.
or. —
Crest, an ostrich's bead ar. in the beak a Beanvill, sa. a chev. betw. three mullets pierced
horse-shoe or. ar.
Beake, [^Maidstone, Kent,] gu. a cross llory Bkanford, or Beaijford, [Lancashire,] per
erm. pale ar. and az. on a bend gu. a lion passant
BenJce, gT^i. a cross moline ar. guardaiit or. (Another, three lions.)
Beke, or Beck, [Berkshire, and Beck, Lancashire,] Bean LEY, or Beawley, or, a chev. gu. betw.
or, two bars dancettee sa. on a chief az. three three torteauxes.
annulets ar. —
Crest, a peacock's head erased or, Bean SHOP, [E.^sex,] ar. three cross crosslets in
gorged with two bars diiiiccttcc sa. betw. two fesse betw. tM o bars gemelles sa. witkin a bor-
wings az. each charged with three bezants pale- dure of the second.
ways. (Another crest, a hare's head.) Bear BOAR, or, a bear's head couped reguardant
Beke, [Durham,] gu. a cross moline ar. sa.
Beke, gu. a cross erm. Beard, [Aberton, and Cowfold, Sussex,] erm.
Jieke, [Norfolk,] gu. a cross moline ar. betw. four on a quarter sa. a saltier or, charged with iive
wolves' heads erased or. (Another, nags' lleurs-de-lisgu. -Crest, on a chapeau gu.
heads or.)— Crest, a dragon's liead erased or, turned up erm. a tiger couchant or, tufted,
collared vair. mailed, and armed, sa.
Beke, gu. a cross sarcelly ar. Beard, ar. three men's heads couped jipr.
B E A B E A
Beard, [North Kells, and Hurst-Perpoint, Lin- Beauchamj), gu. a fesse betv,-. three cross crosslets
colnsliu-e,] sa. on a cliev. bebv. ten martlets ur. or.
five ogresses. Beauchamj), [Essex,] ai'. a lion rampant sa. crowned
Beard, [Beard-Hall, Derbyshire,] az. a cliev. ar. gu. (Jnother, the field or.)
betw. three tiefoils slipped or. Beauchamj), [Powycke, Gloucestershire,] gu. a
Beard, ar. three men's heads couped sa. \\ithin a
bordure az.
fesse betw. six billets or, a canton erm.
a tiger passant or, vulned iu the shoulder
Crest, —
Beare, or Beere, [Kent, 1586,] ar. a bear g"-

rampant sa. and canton gu.- Crest, on a giirb; Beauchamp, [Bedfordshire,] gu. a fret ar.
lying fesseways or, a raven sa. Beauchaiiip, [Bedfordshire,] gu. frettv ar.
Beare, ar. a beai- in pale salient sa. armed gu. a Beauchamp, [Bedfordshire,] gu. a fret of eight
canton erm. ar. a label vert.
Beare, ar. a bear saheut sa. Beaitcha)!ip, [Essex,] or, a lion rampant sa. crowned
Beare, [Devon,] ar. three bears' Iicads sa. muz- of the field.
zled or. Beauchamp, gu. billettee, a fesse or.
Bearecroft, [Worcester,] ar. on a chev Beauchamj), [Somersetshire,] vair.
three mullets sa. Beauchamp, [Bucks,] vair, a label of three points
Bcarcroft, ar. three bears passant sa. muzzled within a bordure gu.
or. Beaucha>iij), or, a fesse gu.
Bearcroft, [^''orcester,] sa. on a chev. betw. three Beauchamj), [Fifield, Essex,] or, a lion rampant
bcm-s' heads erased ar. three swans close of the sa. cro-svued gu. pearled of the second.
first. Beauchamp, sa. three lions' heads erased ar.
Beareford, ;tr. a bear sa. crowned or.
Berewood, or, a bear's head coui)ed gu. muz- Beauchamp, sa. a chev. or, betw. three lions'
zled ar. heads erased ar.
Bearsley, or, a bend bet^v. six martlets Beauchamp, gu. a bend ar. in the smisfer corner
sa. an aimulet of the last.
Bearwell, sa. a hand-barrow betw. three roses Beauchamj), ar. a chev. betw. three crescents
or. sa.
Beasley, gu. a chev. ar. betw. three plates. Bcauchamp, gu. a fesse betw. six mullets or.
BecsJey, ar. tlu-ee torfeauxes and a chief gu. Beauchamp, \i\\v, a label gu. (another, or,) in
Beselei/, [Lancashire and York,] ar. three tor- chief a mullet pierced az.
teauxes and a chief gu. Beauchamp, vair, on an inescocheon ar. a chief
Beselcij, ar. three torteaiixes, two and one. gu.
Besley, quarterly, or and sa. a bend gu. Beauchamp, [Earl of Warwick,] chequy or and
Beast, gu. tlu-ee bars gemells or. az. a chev. erm.
Beisf, or Biest, [Salop, 15SG,] gu. three bundles Beauchamp, [Bletso,] gu. on a fesse betw. six
of arrows or, feathered and headed ar. tied in martlets or, a mullet pierced sa.
the middle with a string of the last, three iu each Beaucliampe, [Somersetshire,] gu. a bend vair.
bundle, viz. two in saltier and one iu pale, Beauchampe, [Essex,] gTi. a fesse betw. six tre-
points downwards. —
Crest, a sinister arm couped foils slijiped or.
above the elbow, habited sa. cuff ai. hand ppr. Beauchampe, [Gloucestershire and Warwickshire,]
holding a strmged bow, also ppr. gu. a fesse betw. six cross crosslets or.
Bea.'^TIRE, ar. a yelve iron head sa. Beauchanij)e. The same, withiu a bordure of the
Beathall, or "Beathatt, ai-. three boars' second.
heads cou])ed gu. within a bordure sa. Beauchampe, ar. on a cliief indented sa. three
Beatsox', gu. a chev. betw. three spears' heads mullets of the field.
ar. —
Crest, on a wreath, a bee volant jjpr. Beauchamj)e, harry of six ar. and az.
l^Boriie by Major-General Alexander Bealsoii, Beauchampe, [Essex,] or, a lion passant guardant
of Knowle-Farm, Sussex, 1823.] sa. crowned gu.
Beau, masonry ar. a chief az. charged with a Beauchampe, [Gloucestershire,] gu. a fesse betw.
demi lion is^uant of the field. six martlets or.
Bi;auchamf, gu. a fesse betw. six pe;irs Bcauchamj>€, [Gloucestershire.] The same, within
or. a bordure ar.
Bcauchamp, gu. on a fesse betw. six cross crosslets Beuucha»ij)e, gu. a fesse or, iu chief tliree mullets
or, a crescent sa. of the second.
; —

B E A B E A
Jieaiichampe, sa. a diev. betw. three lions' heads and Englaiul, within a bordure goltony, ar. and
erased ar. crowned or. az. flowered or.
Beauckampe, [Hoult, Essex,] gn. a fesse bctw. Bi.AUFREK, or Beawpree, [Norfolk,] vert, a
six billets or. —
Crest, a span's head and neck lion rani|iant or, and bend gu.
ar.beaked gu. betw. a pair of wiugs sa. Beaumaris, or, on a fesse az. a crescent ar.
Beauchampe, [Baron of Bedford,] quarterly, or (Another, the crescent or.)
and gu. a bend sa. Beaumaris, or, a fesse az.
Beauchampe, [Worcester and Cornwall,] gii. a ]3i:vuMES, [Huntingdonshire,] az. six garbs
fesse or. or.
Beauchampe, ga. a fesse or, betw. six bezants. Bcaumes, az. six garbs close topped or.
Beauchampe, quarterly, or and gu. a lieud of the Beau.MONO, az. semee of fleurs-de-lis a lion
second. rampant or.
Beauchampe, quarterly, per fesse indented or aiid Beaumond. The same,with a label gu.
gu. a bond of the last. Bcaumond, az. a buck's head befsv. three arrows
Beauchampe, quarterly, ar. and gu. a bend of the or, feathered and headed ar.
kst. Beaumond, az. semee of fleurs-de-lLs, a lion ram-
Beauchampe, [Lord of St. Aniand,] gu. a fesse pant or, over all a bend gohony ar. and gu. each
betw. six martlets or, -within a bordure ar. of the first charged with a mullet sa.
Beauchatt, a chev. eiigr. bctw. three cats'
ar. Beaumont, az. a lion rampant betw. _eight fleurs-
lieads guardant gu. —
Crest, a cat's head erased de-lis or. —
Crest, on a chapeau gu. turned up
guardant gu. erm. a lion })assant or. [Borne ly George
Beauchkev, or, three lions' heads coupcd Beaumont, Esq. of Bucldand, Surrey, 18"2:3.]
sa. Beaumont, lozengv or and az. v.ithin a bordure
Beaucler, [Suffolk,] or, a liou rampaut gu. gu. platee.
gorged with a crown ar. Beaumont. [Stoughton-Grange, Leicestershire.]
Beauclerk, quarterly; first and fourth, France az. a lion rampant betvv. eight fleurs-de-lis or.
and England quarterly second, ScotlaJid
; Crest, on a chapeau az. charged with tluec
third, Ireland; over all, a sinister baton gu. fleurs-de-hs in fesse or, turned up erm. a lion
charged with three roses ar. seeded and barbed passant of the second.
ppr. —Crest, o)i a chapeau gu. turned up erm. Beaumont, [Grace-Dieu, Leicestershire.] Tlie
a lion passant guardant or, duc;Jly crowned, same.
per pale ar. and gu. gorged with a collar of the Beaumont ,
gu. three bars ar.
last, charged with three roses of the fourth. Beaumont, gu. a cinquefoil erm. (Another,
Beaucray, ar. three lions' heads erased sa. pierced.)
Beaufais, gii. a saltier betw. four cross crosslets Beaumont, [Devon,] barry of and gu.
six vau-
fitchee ar. Crest, a heron, or stork, with v.ings expanded,
Beaufelde, gu. a fleur-de-lis erm. ar.
Beaxjfey, ar. a chev. betw. three crosses formee Beaumont, [Whitley-Hall, Yorkshire,) gu. a lion
rampant witliin an orle of crescents ar.
Beaufitz, or Beavis, quarterly, per fesse in- Beaumont, [Leice.ster, and Beaumont-ILdl, Suf-
dented ar. and az. folk,] az. a lion rampant betw. ten fleurs-de-lis
Beaufoe, or Beaufe, ar. ou a chev. sa. three or, armed and langued gu. —
Crest, an elephant
crosses formee or. surmounted with a tower triple towered ar.
Beax'ford, per pale ai-. and az. on a bend gu. garnished or. (Another crest, a Hon passant
three lions passant guardant or. or.)
Beauford, per fesse ar. and gu. three roundlcs Beaumont, ar. a lion rampant gu.
counterclianged. Beaumont. The same, with a label of three
Beauford, ar. a fesse engr. gu. points az. each charged with two bezants.
Beauford, or Beaufort, quarterly, France and Beaumont, az. a lion rampant ar. (another, or.) a
England, within a bordure, gobonated ar. and bend gobonated of the last and gu. (Another,
az. — Crest, a portcullis or, nailed az. chains of erm. and gu.)
the first. Beaumont, [Devon,] barry of six vair and gu.
Beauford, [Warwickshire,] ar. on a bend sa. three Beaumont, [Yorksliire,] barry of six erm. and
cinquefoils of the field. ?"•
Beuford, gu. a chief ar. Beaumont, az. a lion rampant or, armed of the
Beaufort, [Duke of Exeter,] quarterly, France field.
B E A EEC
Beaumont, [L. of Folkiiigliam,] az. florettee, a Beawshin, paly wavy of six ar. and sa. ou
lion rampant or, a bciidlet compon6e ar. and a chief of the last, three crescents of the first.

Beavvson, ar. on a chev. sa. three crosses formoe


Beaumont, [Devon,] barry of six g-u. and vair. or.
Beaumont, [Colorton,] az. seniec of flciirs-dc-lis, Beawsted, gu. a goat salient ar. armed or.
a lion rampant or, charged on the shoulder witji Bei3ENi;urg, ar. the top of a tower double tur-

a fleur-de-lis sa. retted gu,


Beaupell, gn. a bend vair cottised ar. BEBERiioitT, [Cornwall,] ai-. a chev. gu. betw.
Beaupell, g-ii. a bend vair cottised sa. bctw. .six three tortcauxes.
escallops ar. Bep.ington, [Bebington, Cheshire,] sa. three
l^EAUPENV, [Somcrset.shire,] ar. a chev. sa. in slags' heads cabossed ar. •

Crest, out of a coronet
chief two crosses formee, and in b;ise a saltier a dcmi eagle displayed sa. bezantee.
of the second. Becard, ar. three cusliious gu. tasselled or.
Beaupre, [Cornwall,] vert, a lion rampant or, Bechburg, sa. three beading knives iii pale, the
over all a bendlet gu. hafts contrary posed.
Bcaupree, ar. on a bend az. a fesse befw. two Beghe, vaire ar. and gu.
cross crosslets or. Beclie, vaire, ar. and gu. on
a canton of the first
Beaupree, vert, a liou rampant or, over all a baton a martlet sa.
az. Beche, ar. on a bend gu. three lions' heads couped
Bi;ausy, ai\ a chc\'. betw. three eagles displayed or, in chief a martlet sa.
gu. Beche, gu. three lions passant ar. billettee sa.
Beauty, az. three lilies, stalks slipped, ppr. Beche, az. three shovellers or, membered gu. two
Beauvoir, [London,] ar. a chev. betw. three one.
cincjuefoils gu. — Crest, a dcmi dragon with wings Beche, [Berkshire,] ar. on a bend gu. three bucks'
endorsed ppr. [Descendedfrom the Beauvoiis heads cabossed or.
of Guernsey.'] Beche, vaire, ar. and gu. a bend sa.
Beauvois, [Earl of Southampton,] ar. three Beche, gu. three lions passant ar. on a bend sa. as
lions passant guardant or. many bucks' heads cabossed or.
Beauvois, az. three garbs close topped or. Beche, or, on a bend gu. three bucks' heads of
Beauvois, [Bishop and Earl,] or, a cross betw. the field.
four keys gu. Beche, gu. tliree bulls' heads or.
Beevor, per pale or and ar. on a chief in- Bechee, vaire, ar. and gu. on a canton of the se-
dented sa. three lions rampant of the fint. — cond, a covered cup or.
Crest, a beaver passant ppr. [Granted May 20, Becher, vaii-e, ar. and gu. ou a canton or, a
1751.] buck's head cabossed of the second. Crest, on —
Bever, [Hammersmith, ]\Iiddlesex,] az. a cafherine- a wreath, a demi iion rami)ant gu. the body en-
wheel or. circled with a ducal coronet or. [Borne by John
Beever, ar. three beavers' tails gu. Becher, Esq. of Chancellor-House, Tuiihridcje-
Beaviel. See Bevill. Wells, Kent, 1823.]
Beavvfice, az. three close helmets or, two and Becher, or Beach, [Kent and Bedfordshire,]
one. (Another, ar.) vaire, ar. and gu. on a canton or, a buck's
Beaiifice, az. three crosses sarcelly ar. —
head cabossed sa. Crest, out of a ducal coro-
Beaufice, ar. a fesse betw. tliree lozenges az. net or, a demi lion ar. (Another crest, a demi
Beavveoy, erra. on a ,bend az. three cinquefoils liou IU-. enfiled round the body with a ducal
pierced or. coronet or.)
Beawfoy, or Beuufy, ar. a chev. betw. three eagles Becher, sa. frctty or.
displayed gu. Becher, [Kent,] vair, ou a canton or, a buck's
Beavverens, paly of six or and gu. head cabossed sa.
BEA"SVFRE'r, az. tliree head pieces reversed ar. Becher, sa. a fret or, aud label of tliree points
two and one.
Beaweot, ar. on a bend sa. tlrree buckles of the Bcechcr, vaire, ar. and gu. on a canton or, a stag's
field. head cabossed vert. [Granted to James Beechcr,
Beawpell, gu. a bend vair, cottised ar. of Shorne, Kent, hy Robert Cooke, Claren-
Beawpell, gu. a bend vair betw. six escallops cieux, October G, 1574.]
or. Becheton, az. three irons, or digging spades, or,
Beaupell, gu. a bend vair, two and one.
B E C B E C
IjKCHORN, az. a chief iiideuted ar. Becqiiet, ar. a cross pattee fitchee betw. three
Bkchy, sa. a fret of eight or, a hihel ^u. martlets gu.
I5];cK, az. three cod fishes uaiaiit hi pale Beckford, [London,] per pale gu. and az. on a
ar. chev. ar. betw. tlu-ee martlets or, an eagle dis-
Beck, [Beck, Liiicohishire.] See Beke. played sa. —
Crest, a stork's head erased, in the
]}cck, quarterly first, or, a raven sa.
; second ; iiiid moiitli a fish, all ppr.
third sa. a mullet of six points or; fourth, a dol- Beckford, ar. a chev. sa. betw. three trefoils slipped
pbiii haurieiit ar. — Crest, a raven ppr. betw.two vert.
ving^s or. Beckford, az. a chev. betw. three martlets or.
Bid; [Yorkshire,] gii. a cross sarcelly crm. Beckford. [Lord Mayor of London, 1703 and
Beck, gu. a cross patonce ar. 1770,] ])er pale gu. and az. on a chev. ar. betw.
Beck, gii. a cross erm. three martlets or, an eagle displayed of the se-
Beck, [Loudon,] or, a blackbird ppr. cond.
BiXKARD, [Cambrid^^eshire,] ar. a cross gu. Beckham, or Bechorn, az. a chief indented
betw. four eagles displayed az. ar.
Beckard, or, a saltier gu. betw. four eagles dis- Beckham, [Leicestershire,] chequy or and az. a
played vert. fret erm.
, Bj:cken,S.a.W', sa. a cross pattee ar. in chief sinis- Beckham, chequy or and sa. a fesse erm. — Crest,
ter, an escallop shell a horse's head ar. pierced through the neck with .

Beckerinc, or Bekeking, quarterly, ai-. and a broken tilting spear or, and holding in the
gu. a bend sa. mouth the top of the spear embnied gu.
Bcckcrimj, chequy ar. and gu. on a chev. sa. three Becking, quarterly, or and gu. a bend sa.
escallops or. Bi;cKiNGilAM, Essex,]
['J''ols-hunt-Beckiiigham,
Beckeriiif/, lozengy or and gu. sa. a fesse crenelleeerm. betw. three escallops
Beckering, [Yorkshire,] chequy ar. and gu. a bend ar. —
Crest, a demi griflin sa. holding in the
sa. (Anotlier, az.) dexter claw a cutlass ar. hilt and pomel or.
Beckering, chequy or and gu. a bend sa. Beckingham, [Berks and Essex,] ar. two bars gu.
Beckerolles, az. a chev. betw. three crescents on a canton of the second, a cinquefoil of the
or. fir.t.

BlXKETT, ar. three Cornish choughs ppr. Beckingham, ar. a chev. betw. three bucks' faces
Beckett, [^Vilts,] or, on a chev. betv,-. three lions' gu.
heads erased gu. a tleur-de-lisbetw.twoaiinulets Beckingham, [Hoe, Norfolk,] ar. a fesse crenellee,
of the field. (another, embattled counterembattled,) betw.
Beckett, or, a chev. betw. three leopai'ds' heads three escallops sa. —
Crest, a demi gTiffin ar.
legs and beak sa. wings endorsed gu. holding in
Becket, [Norfolk,] ar. on a chev. gu. three cinque- the dexter claw a cutlass ar. hilt or.
foils of the field. (Another, roses ar. barbed Beckekv, or Bickley, [J3evon,] ar. a chev.
vert.) engi-.betw. three martlets sa. also, ar. a chev.
Becket, [Ireland,] per chev. or and gu. three lions' engr. betw. three birds sa.
heads erased, couuterchanged. —
Crest, a Cor- Beck.man, per fesse dancettee or and ar. a lion
nish chough (b)/ some called a BeckilJ ppr. rampant az. iu chief a pellet betw. two cross
[Granted, April] 1GG7.] crosslets gu. iu base a cross crosslet of the last
Becket, [Courthither, Cornwall,] sa. a fesse betw. betw. —
two pellets. Crest, an ostrich's head
three boais' heads coupcd or, and t\\ elve cross couped ar. gorged with a fesse dancettee sa.
crosslets of the second. —
Crest, a Cornish chough betw. two palm-branches ppr. [Granted, July
sa. wings expanded, beaked and legged gu. 8, 17G1, to Diederick Beckman, London.^
ducally gorged or. Becksavell, or Bekvs\vi-ll, alias SiioR-
Becket, erm. a chief paly az. and ar. Dicii, [Bekyswell, Norfolk,] qiiaj-terly, ar. and
Becket, [Cornv.uU,] gu. a fessc erm. betw. three erm. a bend az. over all, a cross gu. a crescent
boars' heads couped or. for dlflereuce.
Becket, ar. a Uon rampant gu. betw. three pheons Bi;cK.TOLE, ciiii. a chief paly sa. and or.
sa. Becktott, erm. on a chief sa. four pahs or.
Becket, sa. a fesse betw. three boars" heads coupcd, Beckwell, or Bekewell, ar. on a chief sa.
and six cross crosslets fitchee or. three boars' lieads or.
Beckel, or, a chev. betvv. three lions' heads erased Bukictll, ]ialy of six lU'. and gu. on a chief of the
gu. second, a lion passant guardant or.
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——

BED BEE
Bechvell, eagles displayed sa.
ar. tliree Bedford, quarterly, or and gu. a bend of the se-
Beckwith, [Yorkshire,] ar. a chev. gu. fretty cond. (Another, the bend sa.)
or, bcfw. tluee binds' heads erased of the se- Bedford, quarterly, ar. and gu. a bend engr. of
cond, on a chief gu. a saltier (both eiigr.) betw. the second.
two roses in pale, and as many deini fleurs-de- Bedford, ar. a lion's gamb coujmkI within a bordure
lis joined to the dexter and sinister sides or. engr. sa.
Crest, a stag's head, quarterly, jier fesse in- Bedford, [Henloc, and London,]
Bedfordshire,
dented or and a?.. ar.three lions' gambs couped (another erased)
Beclcvith, or Bcclnrorth, [Yorkshire,] sa. on a and erect, within a bordure engr. sa. Crest, a —
chev. betw. three griffins' heads erased or, a demi liou sa. ducally crowned or, holding betw.
boar's head couped betw. two phcons gu. the paws a sphere or.
Beckwith, [Aldl.>orough, Yorkshu-e,] ar. a chev. Bedford, jier pale az. and gu. a bend or. Crest, —
betw. three hinds' heads gu.— Crest, a stag's a hand ppr. holding a sphere erect or.
head couped sa. (Another, of Durham, Bedford, per pale ar. and gu. a bend az.
ppr.) Be'uingfield, [Sir Robert, Lord IMayor of \mw-
Beckwith, [Clynton, Yorkshire,] o:, on a fesse dou, 1707,] erm. an eagle displaved gu.
az. three tleurs-de-lis of the field. Bedingfield, [Oxborough and Beckhall, Norfolk,]
Bkcon. The same as Beacon. erm. an eagle displayed gu. armed or. Crest, —
Beconsall, sa. three crescents, issuant as many a demi eagle, wings elevated or. (Another
mullets ar. crest, an eagle displayed or.)
Beconsall, [Beconsall, Lancashire,] sa. a cross Bed.man, gu. three huniets erm.
formec ar. on the sinister quarter an escallop Bedo, ar. a chev. engi-. betw. three mullets
shell or. sa.
Bkihsorough, [Cornwall,] sa. a chev. betw. three Bejjun, or Bedo, [Putney, Surrey,] ar. three
boars' heads erased and erect ar. boars' heads couped sa. two and one. Crest, a —
Bkdell, [Bumford, Essex,] sa. on a fesse boar's head couped and erect gu.
betw. three saUiers ar. an escallop shell betw. Bedulev, [StaffordshLie,] az. a bend betw. six
two mullets az. (Another, three mullets gu. cross crosslets or.
on the fesse.)— Crest, an arm couped at the el- Bee, [Bassiugstoke, Staffordshire,] az. a chev.
bow and erect in armour ppr. grasping a cutlass betw. three bees volant or. —
Crest, a dragon's
on the blade. head gu. transpierced v/ith an arrow ar.
Bedell, [Dorsetshire and Huntingdonshire,] sa. on Bee, [Horslow, Lincolnsliire,] quarterly, or and
a fesse betw. three saltiers ar. a covered cup gu. on a bond sa. three fleurs-de-lis ar.
betw. two mullets az. Bee, [Basijigsfokc, Hants,] quarterly, or and az.
Bedell, [Huntingdonshire,] g-u. a chev. engr. betw. on a beud of the second, three fleurs-de-lis of
three escallops ar. the first.

Bedell, [Hamerton, Huntingdonshire.] TJiesame. Bee, g-u. tlu-ee bars gemels or.
— Crest, out of a palisadocrown, a buck's Beehy, az. three eagles displayed or.
head or, attired az. {Granted by William Beech, vaire, ar. and gu. on a canton of the se-
Se^ar.] cond a garb or.
Bedell, gu. a chev. betw. three escallop shells ar. Beech, vaire, ar. and gu. on a canton of the first

— Crest, out of a palisado crown, a bucks' head a martlet sa.


or, attired az. Beech. See Beche.
Bedle, or Bedell, [London,] gu. on a chev. bet^v. Beecher. See Becher.
three escallops ar. a fleur-de-lis of the first, all Beequill, sa. an escocheoii betw. eight martlets

within a bordure of the second.- Crest, a stag's in orle or.
head erased or, attired and ducallv gorged gu. BeertoN, [Cheshire,] chev. betw. tliree
ar. a
[Granted, to Mallheio Bedell, of London, ly bucks' heads g-u.
Sir Richard St. George, Clarenceux, Januari; Bees, gu. an eagle recursaut volant in bend, wings
:;iO, 1(J32.] overture or.
Bede\V)'LL, or Bedtvell, gyronny of four, Beesley. See Beaslev.
erm. and lozengy or and gu. Beeston, vert, a lion rampant or, betw. eight
Bedforo, ar. a chev. g-u. betw. two quatrefoils fleurs-de-lis of the second.
in chief and in base a trelbil slipped vert. Beeston, vert, a lion riunpant ar. crowned and
— Crest, a demi lion rampant couped ppr. hold- armed gu.
uig in the dexter paw a trefoil shpped vert. Beeston, vert, a lion rampant ai". crowned or.
BEL BEL
Jieeslon, ar. a bend sa. bctw. six bees of tlic se- Belcher, paly of six, or and gu. on a chev. ar.
cond. three martlets sa.
Beeslon, ar. a bend betw. six bees volaiit sa. Belches, [Scotland,] or, three palets gni. a
lieston, sa. on a bend ar. betw. six cross crosslets chief vair. —
Crest, the trunk of an oak tree,
or,three eagles displayed <^ii. eradicated, vriih leaves sprouting out ppr.
Beslon, ar. a bend gai. betw. six fleurs-de-lLs Belches, [Scotland,] paly of six, or and gu. a
vert. chief vair. —
Crest, a greyhound's head couped
liesfan, gu. on a bend ar. three crosses formee ar. collared az.
sa. ]jELESLey, or Belaster, sa. a saltier or, a
Beslon, [Beeslon, Yorksliire,] sa. a bend betw. label of three points gu.
six cross crosslets fitchee or. Bei.ett. See Bellet.
Beslon, sa. semee de
cross crosslets or, on a bend Beleav, or Bellew, [Devon,] sa. fretty or.
gu. three eagles disjilayed of the second. — Crest, an arm embowed habited vert, the
Beiston, vert, a lion rampant ar. hand ppr. grasping a bell or, round the wrist a
Beetle, or, three beetles. ruff ar.
Beetle, or BetcU, ar. three beetles sa. Bekw, [Lancashire,] sa. fretty or, on a chev. az.
Beevor. See Beauvoir. three liojis' beads erased of the second.
Befils, gu. a chev. ar. betw. tlu-ee plates. Belew, [Warwicksliire,] az. three eagles displayed
Begard, or Begnard, [Norfolk,] or, on a in bend betw. two cottises ar.
cross gu. five escallops ar. Beleii\ erm. on a chev. gu. three mullets ar.
Begkvn, quarterly, Jier fesse indented gu. and Bel/fwe, [Devon,] sa. fretty ar. with a mullet for
or, on the first quarter a lion passant ar. difl'ereiice.
Begyrde, or Begvrle, az. a fesee betw. throe Bellew, [Cheshire,] erm. on a chief gii. three es-
boars' heads or. callops ar.
Beijijrde, sa. a fesse betw. three boias' heads Bellew, erm. on a chev. g-u. three escallops ar.
or. Belleiv, sa. a fret or, a label gu.
Behem, quarterly, az. and ar. a Dutch fleur-de- Bellow, [Lincolnshire,] sa. a fret or, on a chief
lis counterchanged. az. three lions' heads erased of the second.
Beilsteixe, ar. abend nowy quadrat sa. Bellow. The same as Belew.
Beinder, or, a lion rampant gu. collared ar. Bellowe, [Devon,] sa. a fret or, and label of three
B EI 6 IN, quarterly, per fesse indented gu. and or, ]xjints gu.
in the fust quiirfer a lion passant guardant Bellhov:, sa. fretty or, a mullet of the last.
ar. Bellowes, [Lancashire,] sa. fretty or, on a
Beist. See Beast. chev. az. two lions' heads erased of the se-
Bekell, or, a chev. betw. three lions' heads cond.
erased gu. Belfield, [London and Hertford,] erm. a mul-
Bekerton, ar. on a chev. sa. tliree pheons of let gu. on a chief of the last, a label of five
the field. points ar. — Crest, a demi tiger ar. armed and
Bekins, ar. a bend engT. sa. a label of three tufted or, pierced through the body with the
points gu. broken staff of a flag, the flag hanging betw.
Beki.nton, ar. on a fesse betw. three bucks' liis fore legs, party per fesse wavy ar. and
lieads cabossed in chief az. and as many pheons az.
in base gu. an annulet or. Belfield, [Lincolnsliire,] erm. a chief sa.
Bek minster, az. a lion passant guardant Bclfulld, [Clegge, Lancasliire,] erm. on a chief
or. gu. a label of five points ar.
Belbin, sa. on a cross ar. five lions rampant of Bklfile, or, a file gu. with tlu-ee bells pendant
the first. az. clapjiers sa.
Belcher, [Northampton,] per chev. indented Belgrave, [North Kilworth and Belgrave, Lei-
az. and or, in chief two martlets of the second. cestershire,] gu. a chev. erm. betw. three mas-
— Crest, a demi hawk or, with wings expanded cles ar. — Crest, a ram's head ar.
sa. Belgrave, [Leicestershire,] gu. a chev. ar. betw.
Belcher, [StafTordsliire, Gilsborough, Northamp- three mascles erm.
toushiie, and Warwickshire,] or, three pales Behjrave, erm. three fusils in fesse gu. voided of
gu. a chief vair.— Crest, a grej hound's head the field.
erm. gorged svith a collar gu. rimmed and ringed Belgrave, [Leicestershire,] gu. a chev. betw. three
or. mascles pierced erm.
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BEL BEL
Belgrave, [Bcl^rave,] ar. a cross pattee fitchee Bell, [Baugton, Suffolk,] ar. on a chev. engr. or,
s;i. betw. three talbots' heads erased gu. as many
Bklhousk, or, a saltier lozei)g;y g^ii. ami trefoils slipped vert.
vair. Bell, [Essex,] erm. on a chief sa. an escalloj)
Bclhoiise, or, a saltier gu. shell betw. two bells ar. —
Crest, a talbot [lassanl
Bellioitse, or, a saltier lozeuj^^y gu. and ar. erm.
Bclhoiise, gu. a saltier voided or, betw. four Bell, sa. a fesse erm. betw. three martlets ar.
lozenges vair. Bell, [Yorkshire,] sa. on a chev. betw. three
Bclhoiise, [Essex,] erm. three lions rampiuit gu. church-bells ar. as many lions' heads coiiped
Bel/ioiise, [Essex,] erm. three lions rampant gu. g-u.
within a horduro cngT. sa. Bell, [Essex,] erm. on a chief sa. three church-
Bclhoiise, [Stanway, Essex,] ar. three lions ram- bells ar.
pant gu. Bell, [Northumberland and Cumberland,] gu. on
Bclhoiise, [Aveley, Essex,] ar. three lions ram- a chief ar. three church-bells sa.
jiant gu. two and one, betw. three cross cross- Bell, [Westmoreland and Cinnberlaiid,] sa. a chew
lets fitchee of the last, one and two. betw. three church-bells ar.
Bclhoiise, or, on a saltier gu. five bezants. Bell, sa. a chev. erm. heUv. three church-bells
Belhoiise, [Essex and De-\ on,] ar. three lions rain- ar. —
Crest, a hawk with wings expanded ppr.
pant gu. belled or.
Bellhouse, [Essex,] ar. semee of cross crosslets sa. Bell, sa. a fesse erm. betw. three church-bells ar.
three lions rampant gu. [Borne hi/ Sir Robert Bell, Lord Chief Baron
Bellhouse, or, a saltier lozengy vert. .
of the Exchequer, who died 1577.]
Beliaku, [Thorp, Northamptonshire,] per chev. Bell, az. a fesse erminois, cottised or, in chief
ar. and gu. billettee counterchanged. two niartlets of the last.— Crest, on a roi-k ppr.
Bklier, vaire, or and sa. a martlet erminois.
Bell/re, vaire, or and gu. Bell, per chev. gu. and or, a crescent counter-
Bki.ismo, az. a lion rampant svitliin a bordure or. changed.
('Another, tlie lion's tail forked.) Bell, [Scotland,] az. three bells or, two and one.
Bki.itiia, [Loudon, and Kingston, Surrey,] ar. — Crest, a bell or.
a chev. guttce d'or, cottised gu. betw. three
sa. Bell.\BER, az. a bend double cottised ar. betw.
fleu.rs-de-lis of the second. six martlets or.
Bklke, gii. a chev. betw. thi-ee leopards' heads Bellamy, [Sir Edward, Lord Mayor of London,
ar. 1735,] or, on a cross az. five crescents of the
Bklking, az. three eagles displayed in bend field.
betw. two bendlets ar. Bellamij, []\Iiddlesex,] az. on a bend betw. two
Bei.KMORE, gu. a bordure engr. ar. over all, a cottises or, three crescents gu. (Another, the
bend of the last. field vert.)
Bhlknapi'E, [Warwickshire,] az. three eagles in Bellamy, sa.on a fesse cottised or, three crescents
beud betw. two cottises ar. az. — Crest, an arm. coiiped, habited sa. cuffed
Bell, az. 'a fesse betw. three bells or. ar. holding in the hand ppr. a scejjtre or, on the
Bell, [Bucks and Berks,] sa. three church-bells toj) a crescent ar.
ar. two and one, and three estoiles, or, one and BELLAE^EVS, per pale gu. andaz. a lion rampant
two. —
Crest, a hawk with wings expanded ar. ar. crowned or.
beaked and belled or, ^nth striiigs flotant from Bellasis, [Yorkshire,] ar. a chev. betw. three
the bells gu. fleurs-de-lis gu.
Bell, [Gloucestershire,] ar. on a chev. betw. three BelUisis, [Yorkshire,] ar. a chev. betw. three fleurs-
hawks' bells gu. tv o bars gemellcs of the first, de-lis az. —
Crest, a lion couchant guardant az.
on a chief of the second, a hawk's lure betw. (Another crest, a stag's head erased ppr.
two martlets of the field. —
Crest, an arm em- holding in his mouth an oak-br;inch fructed
bowed vested gu. holding in the liand ppr. a ppr.
battle-axe, staff gu. headar. Bellasis, [Scotland,] ar. a pale engr. betw. two
Bell, []>ondoii,] az. on a chev. ar. betw. three indorses sa.
lions' hends erased or, gorged with a collar of Bellelv, ar. a bull passant sa.
the first, charged with three bezants, as many Beller, [Nottinghamshire and Leicestershire,]
church-bells of the field, ornamented of the per pale gu. and sa. a lion rampant ar. crowned
third.
BEL BEL
Bkllers, per pale indented gu. and az. a lion BelUne/ham , barry of six, ar. and gxi. on a quarter
rampant ar. az. a lion passant or.
Jiellcrs, per pale gu. and sa. a lion rampiint ar. Bellhujliam, ar. a saltier engr. sa. betw. four r(jsrs
crowned or. gu.
Beliefs, per pale gai. and az. a lion rampant emi. BelUngluim, ar. a chev. betw. three bucks' heads
crowned or. gu. Littired or.
Uellcrs. Tile same, with a label or. BeUliKjham, or, a crown sa. garnished gold.
Heller in', or, a saltier betw. four eagles dis- B('liui;/ham, ar. three croMus sa. garnished or.
played ;». Beliiiiijliam, [Lincolnshire,] sa. three bugle-horns
Bei.lei;i;, paly gu. and sa. a lion rampant ar. ar. two and one.
cro^vlJed or. BcUbujhcnn, [Lincolnshire and Yorkshire,] or, a
BELLESr.v, [Linoobishiie,] ar. a chev. betw. tliree bugk'-horn sa. garnished ar.
demi lozenges sa. Belliiif/Jiaiii, [Sussex, and Brumby, Lincolnshire,]
Bclleshy, sa. a cross or. ar. three bugle-horns sa. garnished or.— Crest, a
I3elle.';.sine, [Earl,] az. a lion rampant or. stag's bead ar. attired or, gorged with a chaplet
Eellet, ar. a fesse g-u. in chief a gTeyhound of vert.
the second. (Another, the greyhound purp. Bellingham, [Cumberland,] ar. three bugle-horns
collared gu ) sa. garnished or. —
Crest, a stag's head erased az.
liellet, [Cheshire,] ar. on a chief g\i. three cuique- attired or.
foils of the fiekl. —
Crest, a fox's head erased Bellisairf, vert, in chief a beak iron betw. t«o
roses ar.
Belief, ar. on a chief gi;. tv.'o cinquefoiU of the Bellis'ion, [Devon and Cheshire,] or, on abend
field.. gu. three crosses moline iir.
Belief, ar. a fesse gu. in chief a rat of the BcUlslun, or, on a bend gu. six anchors in cross
last.
Belled, [Norfolk and Wills,] ar. on a chief sa.
three cinquefoi'sof the field. Crest, an arm —
couped at the elbo^v and erect, in armour ppr. Belly, ar. three pellets a chief engr. sa.
holding- in the gauntlet a baton or, tijsped at each [Granted John Belly, of Gi-eat Paxton,
to
end sa. }Iunti/u;don, D.C.L. Chancellor of the Diocese
Beletl, sa. an eagle displayed or, on a chief gu. of Lincoln, Provost of Oriel College, and one
three bezants. of the Masters in Chancery, 1G02.]
Belett, or, on a chief az. two cinquefoils of the Belmer, or, a lion rampant g-u. tail forked, col-
field. lared ar.
Bellot, [Jlorcton, Cheshire.] The same as Belscot, az. fretty or, Avithin a bordure engr. of
Bellett. the second.
Belleav. SeeBEi.EW. Belsiiam, sa. a crescent ar.
Bellford, ar. on a chev. sa. betw. three roses Belson, per pale gu. and sa. on a chev. or,
gu. seeded or, barbed vert, a wolf's head erased betw. tlu-ee greyhound.s' heads erased ar. collared
gold. gold, as many hurts.
Bkllingay, ar. a rose within an orle of cross Belson, per pale gu. and sa. on a chev. engr. betM'.
crosslets fitchee gu. three greyhounds' heads erased ar. collared ol'
BELMXGKOliD, [Blackford, Norfolk,] sa. two the first, as many hurts.
haiberts in saltier ar. Belson, sa. a chev. betw. three greyhoiuids' heads
Bellingiiam, ar three bendlets gu. on a canton erased erm.
of tiie second, a lion rampant of the first. Belsted, [Norfolk,] barry of sLx ar. and sa. a
BeUliujhttin, [Orston St. George, Wilts,] ai". on a quarter or.
pile or, betw. two bugle-honis sa. stringed or, Belsted, barry of six, ar. and sa. a canton, )ier
two boars' heads couped in chief sa. and in base pale or and ai".
a rose gu. stiilked and leaved vert. Crest, a — Belsted, barry of six, ar. and sa. a quarter, per
demi buck supporting a banner of the pale or and sa.
arms. Belt, [Bossal, Yorkshire,] gu. on a che^ or, .

BelliufjJiam, [Ireland,] sa. three bugle-horns ar. betw. three bezants a cross pattee fitchee betw.
stringed or. —
Crest, a stag's head erased sa. two mullets
charged with a fleur-de-lis' or, attired of the Belt.maine, ar. a demi belt fixed in fesse az.
last. [Granted December 20, IGti^.] buckled, edged, and gai'nished or.
BAR BAR
Beltoft, ar. a fret az. on a chief of the last Benn, [Lord Mayor of Loudon, 1747,] ar. a
three plieoiis or. fesse dancettee betw. tlu-ee lions rampant gii.

Belloft, [Liiicohishire,] ar. a fret and chief az. Benne, ar. a fesse dancettee gu. betw. three dra-
Beltoft, ar. fretty, and a chief vert. gons' heads erased vert.
Beltoft, ar. fretty eng-r. a chief az. Benuow, [Ne^\port, Salojj,] sa. two string-bows
Belloft, ar. a chief az. endorsed in pale or, garnished gu. betw. two
Belloft, or, a cliief az. bundles (if arrows in fesse, three in each, or,
Beltoft, az. a cliief or. barbed and headed ar. and tied up gu. Crest, —
Beltoft, ar. fretty az. a chief of the last. a harpy close or, face ppr. her head -svi-eathed
Belloft, ar. three chev. interlaced az. a chief of with a chaplet of flowers gu.
the last. Benbury, or Be\p}!Uj:y, ar. on a fesse betw.
Biu/roN, gii. a chev. betw. six mai-tlets ar. two roses gu. barbed vert, two cross crosslets
]3kltonie, gu. out of a coronet or, the probo- fitchee ar.
scides of two elephants erected aud reflected Bcnhury, or Bcndhury, [London,] ar. on a fesse
ar. g"u. a rose betw. two cross crosslets fitchoe of

Belvillk, gyronny of twelve, vair and gn. the first.

Belvale, ar. a greyhound passant sa. Benck, [Aldborough, Beidjall, and Kingsfield,
Belvale, ar. fifteen billets sa. five, foui', three, SuflTolk,] ar. ou a cross betw. four frets gu. a
two, and one. tower or. —
Crest, a tower or, charged v.ifh a
Belvale, or, ten billets sa. four, three, two, and fret gu.
one. Bencher, or, a Hon rampant guardant gu. col-
Belvale, ai'. a helmet sa. lared ar.
Belvale, ar. thirteen billets, four, thi-ee, three, Bencher, ar. on a bend az. three chev. or.
two, and one, sa. Bencleder, or Benycler, or, a lion ram-
Belvale, ar. billettee sa. pant gu. tiiil forked, collared ar. (Anolher,
Belvale, or, fifteen billets, six, five, three, and or.)
one sa. Ben DALE, [^Middlesex,] bendy wavy of six, erai.
Belvoire, or Beyer, [Leicestershire,] az. a and az. on a canton gu. nn estoile or. Crest, a —
cafherine-wheel or. dcmi lion with two tails az. holding an anchor
Belwel, paly of eight, ar. and az. a chief ppr. {Granted ICm-^-l
gu. Bendall, or, a bend sinister gii. and a bend dexter
Belwood, gni. tliree caltraps ar. two and one. az.
Belyn, [Cheshire,] ar. on a cross sa. five Uons Bendbarge, party per bend az. and ar. a bend

rampant of the field. Crest, an unicorn's head gu. and two bars of the first.
erased ar. armed or, and charged ou the neck Bendeeey, gu. a lion rajiipant ar. betw. two
wth four bars gu. bendlets jessant and debntised or.
Belyne, ar. a lion passaiit betw. three bidls' heads Bendenbi RGir, ar. a serpent embowed, the head
couped gu. debruised vert.
Belyng, ar. a leopard's face betw. three fleirrs-de- Bender, o;- Binder, az. three avosetts ppr.
hs sa. Ben DEW, ar. a chev. betw. three boars' heads
Bemki.er, [Snfi'olk,] or, a lion rampant gu. col- couped sa. armed snouted gu.
or,
lared ar. Bendish, ar. a chev. betw. three ravens' heads
Bemeler, or, a lion rampant, double-queued, erased sa.
gu. Bendisli, [Cambridge,] sa. a chev. or, betw. three
BENrELEY, per bend dancettee, sa. and ar. garbs ar.
in the sinister chief a cross moliiie of the Bendish, [Essex,] ar. a chev. oppressed by a fesse
last. gu. betw. six escallops sa.
Bemes, quarterly, or and gu. Bendish, [Stecple-Bamsted, Essex,] ar. a chev. sa.
Ben, [Surrey,] ar. a fesse dancettee gu. betw. three rams" heads erased az. Crest, out of—
Ben, or Benne, [Ne\q)ort-Cranley, Surrey, Re- an earl's coronet or, a talbot's head of the first.
corder of London,] ar. a fesse dancettee gu. Bendish, [Cambridgesliirc,] sa. a cross betw. foirr
betw. three lions rampant sa. Crestj a tiger — lions rampant or.
passant erm. ducally gorged or. Bendish, [Essex,] or, on a chev. sa. betsv. three
Berm, ar. a chev. gu. goats' heads erased az. as many escallop-shells ar.
Benn, ar. a chev. gii. within a bordure sa. be- Bendish, or, a chev. sa. betw, three goats' heads
zautee. erased az.

BEN BEN
Brndlise, a rose-leaf in bend sinister vert.
or, Bennett, [of Finsbury,] gu. a bezant bctw. three
Bendlowks, [F.ssex,] qunrterly indented, (or —
demi lions rampant couped or. Crest, on a
quarterly, per fesse indented,) ^. and or, on wreath, a demi lion rampant, couped or, hold-
a bend of the second a cinquefoil bctw. two ing in the paws a bezant. [A subscriber.]
martlets az. —
Crest, a centaur with his bow and Bennett, alias Pitt, [of Pithouse,] quarterly, or
arrow all or. and ar. an eagle displayed gii.
BknDMAIN]', ar. a bend az. Bennett, [Surrey and Berks.] Same arms.
Ben DON, ar. three roses sa. Crest, out of a mural crown or, a lion's head
Bknutelly, ar. on a bend az. three annulets gu. charged on the neck with a bezant.
or. Bennel, sa. a chev. erminois betw. three demi
Bene, ar. three denii lions rampant gu. lions rampant or, erased gu. .u-med and langucd
Bene, ar. on a bend couuterembattled az. bctw. of the same. [Granted, to Nicholas Bennet, of
three stirrups sa. three roses of the field, on a London, by Sir Richard St. George, June 24,
chief of tlie second three bucks' heads cabossed 163:3.]
or. —
Crest, a buck's head erased per pale em- Bennel, [Steeple- Ashton, Wilts,] party per fesse
battled holding in the mouth a rose crenellce gu. and ar. a pale and three demi
slipped ppr. flov. cred with three roses ar. lions rampant counterchanged, crowned or.
Benereston, az. billettee or, a cross moline Crest, a demi lion rampant ar. crowned or,
ar. supportiiig a tower jjpr. [Granted, 1700.]
Bexevile, ar. on three pellets sa. as many bends Bennett, alias Pile, [Pitehouse, Wilts,] quarterly
of the field. ar. and or, over all an eagle displayed gu.
Benevill, [De^on,] ar. three ogresses, two Crest, on a wilk shell or, a bird sa. beaked and
and one, each charged \^ith a bendlet of the legged gu.
field. Bennet, [Abingdon, Berks,] ar. a bull passMit sa.
Benevill, az. a cHef or. armed or.
Benficill, a bull passant gn.
ar. Bennett, [Dublin,] quarterly first and fourth ar.
;

Benflet, per pale or and gu. three bends sa. two bars gu. within a bordure eugT. sa. second
Bkxger, [Kent,] or, a cross vert, over all a and third az. three plates. —Crest, an arm couped
bendlet gu.— Crest, a cockatrice, per pale at the elbow, holding in the hand a thistle, all
or and vert, with, wings expanded counter- ppr.
changed. Bennet^ [London,] gu. a bezant betw. three lions
Bengham. See Bingham. —
rampant ar. Crest, a double scaluig ladder or.
Benhali-, ar. a cross sarcelly gu. and a bend az. (Another crest, out of a mural coronet or, a lion's
Bennall, gii. a cross sarcelly and a bend ar. head ar. charged with a bezant.)
Bennall, sa. a bend ar. betw. two cottises wavy of Bennet, gu. three demi lions passant in pale ar.
the last. crowned or.
Benington, [Essex,] ar. on a chev. betw. three Bennet, [London,] gu. a bezant betw. three demi
escallops gu. as manj' leopards' faces or. lions rampant ar. —
Crest, out of a mural coro-
Benynglon, sa. a chev. betw. three lions' heads net or, a lion's head gii. charged with a bezant.
erased or. [The same Arms home by Sir Thomas Bennet,
Benynglon, sa. three greyhoiuuls in full course Lord Mayor of London, 1G03.]
ar. collared or. Bennet, [Newcastle, Northmuberland,] az. on .a
Benynglon, [Benyngtoii, Lincolnshire,] gu. a fesse or, betw. three demi lions rampant ar. a
lion rampant or, collared ar. caimon dismounted sa. betw. two ogresses per
Benynglon, per pale or and sa. (another, ar.) a pale or and gu.
cross engr. coiiuterchanged. Bennet, [Norfolk,] erm. an inescocheon gu. over
Benkiiam, or, a saltier quarterly quartered ar. all a bend engr. sa.- —
Crest, two dolphins en-
and gu. twined, erect on their tiiils, saltierways, one or,
Ben LEY ar. a fesse betw. three garbs sa. the other ar.
Benley, sa. a fesse betw. three garbs ar. Bennet, [Devon and Shropshire,] per bend dau-
Benn, or Benne. See Ben. cettee ar. and sa. a bend betw. two martlets
Bennett, gu. a bezant betw. three demi lions counterchanged.

rampant cooped ar. Crest, out of a mural Bennet, sa. a chev. erminois betw. nine cars of
cro\\Ti a lion's head ar. charged on the neck with wheat, tied in three parcels, or. —
Crest, a ship
a bezant. IBorne ly the Rev. Leigh Bennet, in full sail ppr.
of Thorp-Vlace, Surrey, 1823.] Beimet [London,] gu. a chev. betw. three demi
— ;

'-^i

BEN B E R
lions ar.— Crest, on a inoiuit vert, a martin BentJtam, quarterly, ar. and gu. a cross flory,
ppr. counterchanged; in the first and fourth quarters,
Bennet, [Boston, Lincolnshire,] g^u. on a bend a rose of the second, seeded or, barbed vert
ar. three towers triple-towered sa. in the second and third, a sun or. Crest, on a —
Bennet, [Somersetshire,] quarterly, ar. and sa. a cross fiory fitchee, quarterly, gu. and ar. a sun
fesse per pule gii. and or, within a bordure az. or, betw. two wings expanded of the second,
charged with an eutoire of ogresses. each charged -with a rose as in the arms.
Bennet, [Labenham, Leicestershire,] or, on a Bentinck, az. a cross moline ar. Crest, out of —
bend betw. six boars' heads az. a demi lion a marquis's coronet or, jjearled ppr. two anus
betw. two fleurs-de-lis of the field. embowcd, vested gu. with gloves or, holduig
Bennet, [Scotland,] gu. a cross pattec or betw. each an ostrich feather ar.
three mullets ar. Bentlet, per pale or and gu. three bends
Bennet, [Scotland,] gu. on a chev. betw. three
stars ar. a cross pattee gu. —
Crest, a hand is- Bentley, ar. a bend az. tlu-ee annulets
suing out of a cloud holding forth a cross pattee
fitchee Bentley, ar. three bends sa.
Bennet, [Scotland,] gu. on a chev. betw. three Bentley, sa. three bends ar.
stars ar. as many crosses pattee of the first. Bentley, ar. a fesse betw. three garbs sa.
Crest, a demi lion out of the wreath,
issuaiit Bentley, ar. a chev. betw. three martlets sa.
and holding in his dexter paw a cross patlce Bentley, ar. two bai's sa. a canton of the se-
gu. cond.
Bennet, [Devon,] or, three demi lions ramjnuit Bentley, [Brentwood, Essex,] ar, on a bend sa.
gu. three wolves jjassaut or. —
Crest, a wolf rampant
Benet, [Berks,] ai-. three demi lions rampant gu. erm. ducally collared or.
Benett, [Staffordshire,] ar. two bars gu. within Bentley, [Stalibrd and Derby,] or, three bends
a bordure engr. sa. sa. —
Crest, a spaniel dog passant ar, '

Benett, gu. a fesse betw. six martlets or a label Benton, ar. three saltiers engr. sa.
componee Benton, sa. a bend ar.
Bi;NNINGFIELD. SeeBF.DINGFIELD. Benton, az. a bend ar.
Benolt, ar. a chev. engr. sa. betw. three tor- Benton, [Wilts,] sa. five fusils in bend ar. See
teaiLxes, on a chief az. a lion passant or. Baynton. — Crest, a grillin's head erased
Benson, ar. on a chev. sa. three crosses formee tir.

or, Benton, sa. si.x fusils in bend ar.


Benson, ar. on a chev. three goats' lieads
bet^v. Benton, or, a lion rampant az. fretty ar,
(jrased sa. three escallop shells of the field. Benton, chequy or and az.
Benson, ar. on a chev. betw. three goats passant Benmee, az. a chief or.
sa. as many escallop shells of the field. Benvill, ar. a bend or, betw. tlu-ee ogresses.
Benson, or, on a bend gii. three crosses formee Benvill, gu. three lozenges ar, on each a beudlet
ar. sa.
Bensteed, gu. a goat salient ar. Benvill, [Cornwall,] ar. tlu-ee pellets, on each a
Bensted, ar. ou a fesse sa. a saltier betw. two bend of the field.
martlets or. Benville, [Huntingdonshire,] sa. a chev. betw.
Bensted, ar. three bars cottised gu. three mullets ])ierced ar.
Bensted, gu. three bars voided ar. Benweei,, [Oxford, and of the South Sea
Bensted, Benst, or Bense, gu. three bars gemeUes House, London, 17G5,] ar. six pellets, three,
or. (Another, the bars ar.) two, and one. —
Crest, on a wreath, a garb or,
Bent, az. on a fesse or, betsv. bezants,
srs entwined by a serpent ppr, the head issuing
three torteauxes. —
Crest, a demi lion az. holding through the ears of cowi to the sinister.
betw. his paws a bezant. Beopeel, or Berpell, [Cornwall,] gu. abend
Bentall, [Bentall, Salop,] or, a lion rampant vair, betw. six escallops ar.
double queued az. ducally crowned gu. Crest, — Beraston. See Bekiston.
ou a ducal coronet or, a leopard iir. spotted sa. Berblakes, or Berbloke, ar. four staves
Bi;N'riiAM, quarterly, ju\ and gu. a cross patoucc raguled in saltier, gu. within a bordure az.
counterchanged; in the first and fourth quarters, B);R]iR0.ME, or, a cross flory sa.
a rose gu. barbed vert; in the second and third, ]5erciie. See Birch.
a star of thirty-two points or. Berciiem, [Brabant,] ar. three pales gu. - ~
B E U B E R
IJiCRCHETT, or Br.KKETT. See BiRKET. Berinr/er, or, a cross vert, and bend gu.
Iii:ui). See Bird. Beringer, [Hants,] ar. a cross vert, on a bend gu.
]>i;iJDEN, ai'. an eagle ciisplayecl ;iz. nieinhcrcd three tieurs-de-lis or.
Beruifjer. See 1?eren(;er.
Beiidesky, Bkiidsi'.y, cind Bkudeslkv, sir. Bereskord, [Kent,] ar. three fleurs-dedis, betv.-.
tuo bars cju. on a canton uftlie sueoiid, a mauiich eight cross crosslets, fitchee, sa. Crest, a dra- —
of the field. gon's head, erased, az. pierced through the neck
Berdseij, ar. two bars gn. a canton of tlu; V itli a broken spear or, and holding a i>iece of
last. the same in his mouth, headed ar.
liiORUESTON, [Norfolk,] gii. a saltier, cugr. or. Beresford, [Beutly, Derbyshire,] ar. a bear salient
(Anolhe,; ar.) sa. armed gu. muzzled, collared, and chained,
J3EUE, [Kent, and Okenliam, Berkshire,] ar. a or.— Crest, the same.
hear sa. and a canton gu. —
Crest, on a garb, Beresfurd, az. a lioii, rampant, ar. gnttee de
lying- banrays, or, a bird sa. f Another crest, san;;-.

a tiger az. bezautee, nianed and tufted or.) Beresford. [Kent,] ar. a bear, erect, sa. chained
7icre,"[Frankmarsli, Devonshire,] ar. three bears' and muzzled, or.
heads, erased, sa. muzzled or. Beresford, [Beresford, Staffordshire,] ar. three
Bere, [Ilnncham, Devonshire,] ar. three bears' bears, rampant, sa. muz/Jed, lined, and ringed,
heads, couped, sa. muzzled or. —
Crest, a bear's or.
head, erased, sa. muzzled or. Beresford, [Derbyshire,] ar. a bear, rampant, su.
Bcre, az. crnsilly ar. tliree lioars' heads, coujied, of muzzled, and collared, with a chain turned over
the last. his back, or.
Berc, per pale, sa. and ar. t'tiree bears counter- Berested, 0?- Beresets, ar. three beras' Jieads,
changed. erased, sa. muzzled gu.
Beueford, a chev. gu. betw. three ogresses.
ar. Bere«', or Berson, ar. tlnee bears' heads,
Bcreford, [Staft'ordshire,] or, three fleurs-de-lis couped, sa. muzzled or.
sa. Beriavashe, gu. a lien, rampant, or.
Bereford, [Rutlandshire and Leicestershire,] ar. BjiRi'ORD, gu. a lion, rampant, erm.
crusilly fitchee, three tleurs-de-lis, sa. (Another, Bcrford, sa. a bend, mascully, ar.
six cross crosslets fitchee.) Bergaigne. [France,] gu. a lion, rampant, hold-
Bereford, ar. semee of fleurs-de-lis sa. ing in l)is dexter paw a sword erect ar. Crest, —
Bereford, sa. five fusils, in bend, ar. a demi lion, holding a sv.ord ai'. [^Granted
Bereford, sa. a bend, indented, ar. February 10, 1G31.]'
Bereford, ar. three fleurs-de-lis sa. Bekiiam, [Lancashire,] ar. a chev. betw. three
Bereford. Same arms, v. itb a label gu. bears, jmssant, sa.
Bi-RFORU, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three pellets. Berliam, [Kent,] ar. three bears, passant, sa. armed
l^EREGNEY, gu. a fesse, betw. six cross crosslets, gu. muzzled or.
erui Beriiome, ar. a chief, indented, az. over all a
Berel.vkd, gu. a chev. betv/. three bears' heads, bend gu.
erased, ai-. muzzled sa. Berifee, az. on a chev. engr. ai'. betw. three
Bi;renden, gu. on a bend ar. three roses sa. lions, rampant, of the second, three trefoils,
Berenger, quarterly, or and az. on a bend gu. sli])ped, sa.
three lleurs-de-lisof"the first. —
Crest, on a mount, Beriffc, [Colchester, Essex.] ar. on a fesse gu.
a tree, vert. betw. six trefoils, slipped, % ert, a lion, passant,
Bcrenyer, or, a cross az. over bend gu.
all, a or. — Crest,. out
of a mural coronet gu. a demi
BcreiKjer, or, a cross vert, on a bend over all gu. lion, rampant, or, ducally crowned gu. holding
three fleurs-de-lis of the field. [G}-(iiited, to in his dexter paw a trefoil, slipped, vert.
—7- Berenqer, of Bucks, hij WU'dam Secjar, Beriffe, [Essex,] az. on a chev. engr. ar. betw.
imo.] three trefoils, slipped, erui. as many lions, ram-
Bcrencjcr, [Hants,] or, a cross vert, over all a l)ant, sa. —
Crest, in grass vert, a beaver, passant,
hen'dlet gni. ppr. collared or.
Beriitfjer, [Buckinghamshire,] or, a cross vert, on Berill, [London,] sa. on a chev. ensr. bei\^.
a bend gai. three fleurs-dolis or. — Crest, a stem three tov.ers ar. as many fleurs-de-lis gu.
of a holly-tree, raguled and trunk ed, jaceut, Berindon, or Bkringhon, vert, a chev. erm.
sprouting out a branch, in ])ale, leaved and betw. three gTiflins' heads, erased, ar. CAnothvr,
fructed,"a!l ppr. [ Hei-alds' Oi/ice, Bucks, C. the n-riflins' heads or )
2(5.]
[ "' ]
B E R . B E R
Bering, cliequy, ar. and g-u. a beml, chequy, az. Berkrall, or Berkroels, [Gloucester,] az.
and or. a chev. betw. three crescents or.
}icrin(/s, fiisilly, or and gii. Berk WELL, ar. a fesse betw. three eagles, dls-
Berings, lozengy, gu. and or. ))laycd sa.
Bercnr/, or, a cross az. over all a bend gu. Bl RKYM, ar. a fesse az. and label of tliree points
Berijn, ar. three crosses formce, fitchcc, sa. gu.
Bf.RIXGBURGH, or, a seal's foot, erect and erased, Berlev, [Ireland,] az. a chev. betw. three leo-
ppr. pard.s' faces or.
BEKiNGHA!\t, per pale, indented, ar. and sa. Berley, gu. three nudlets or, a quarter erm.
BeriiKjham, az. a iiond, engr. or. (Ariolltcr, Berley, gu. three mullets or, a canton erm.
ar.) Berley. See BuRLEV.
Bcrwfjham, per and g-u.
pale, indented, ar. Berlinge, erm. on a cross gu. five flcurs-de-lLa
Berbujham, per pale, indented, ar. and az. two of the field,
spear heads, counterchanged. IjERLING i;r, ar. three annulcis, two and one,
Berbuiham, [Worcester,] az. a bend or, and a label conjoined to a fourth in the centre by a filkt,
of three points gu. sa.
Beretiyliam, az. a bend, engr. or, a label gu. Berlingham, or, on a cross gu. five fleurs-de-
I3KR1NGTON, [Leicestershire,] ar. a lion, rampant, lis of the field.
tail fonrcliee, sa. charged on the shoulder with a Berlinyham, [Essex,] gu. three bars ar.
flen.r-de-lis or. Birlangham. See BlRLANCn AM and BiRLiNG-
|

Bcrington, per pale, ar. and sa. a cross, engr. HAM. I

counterchanged. Berminciiam, per pale, dancettee, or and gu. a ;

BeriiKjton, [StaOordshire,] az. three gTcyhounds chief az. ;

courant, in pale, ar. collared gu. Bermingham, gu. an ink moline, betw. two ;

Beringlon, [Salop.] The same, v-itli a bordure martlets, in fesse, ar. •

gu. Bermingham, [Norfolk,] ar. on a bend, cottised,


Berivr/ion, ar. a lion, rampant, gu. ducally crowned gu, tln-ee escallops or.
or, within a bordure, engr. az. bezautee. Bermingham, [Vrarwickshire,] per pale, indented,
Crest, a Hon, sejaat, crowned ar. and sa.
Berrhiglon, sa. three greyhounds, courant, ar. Bermingham, bany bendy, or and gu.
collared gu Bermingham, per pale, indented, sa. and ar.
Beriston, sa. six martlets or. Bermingham, ])er pale, indented, or and gu. s
Bcraslon, quarterly, ar. and sa. over all, on a bend, chief az.
cottised, gu. three crosses formec or. [Granted, Bermingham, per pale, indented, or and gu. a bor-
to Philip Bcraslon, of Aldenluim, Hertford- dure az.
shire, hy Williftin Camden, anno IGOG.] Berviingham, per pale, indented, or and gu.v.ittiin
Berjugden, vert, a chev. efni. betw. three a bordure vert, platee.
griflins' lieads, erased, or. Sec Bering don. Bermingham, gu. a millriud, in bend, bet\\. i\\o
Berkenjiead, gii. three ducal crowns or, on a martlets ar. fyl/iof/ier, the field ,sa.)
chief of the second, as many laurel-leaves Birmingham, [Ireland,] per pale ijidented gu. and
ppr. or, within a bordure az. f Another, the liordure
Berkiiead, or Berkenhead, sa. three garbs vert.)
or, within a bordure ar. ( Anotlier, the bordure Birmingham, az. a bend fusilly or.
or.) Birmingham, [Xoriolk,] ar. on a bend gu. cottised
Berhliead, [Crestwhate, Cumberland,] sa. a chev. sii. three escallops or.
ar. betw. three garbs or. —
Crest, a goat's head, Birmingham, per ar. and az. t«o
pale, indented,
erased, per fesse or and gu. attired sa. spear heads, counterchanged.
BekkIjEV, az. two
passant, or.
lions, Birjniugham, az. a bend, lozengy, or.
Berkley, gu. a chev. betw. ten crosses jnittee ar. Ber.mley, or Barmely, or, tliree bars, and


Crest, a bear's head ar. muzzled gu. two pales, sa..
Berkley, gu. a chev. erm. betw. ten crosses pattee BERM"i', [Lincolnshire,] ar. three bends gu. and a
ar. —
Crest, a unicorn, passant, gu. armed and chief of the last.
crined or. Ber.v, M-. a cJiev. betw. three negroes' heads,
Berkeley, [Scotland,] az. a chev. or, betw. three couped, sa.
crosses pattee ar. Bernacke, a fesse, and biunacle,
ar. sa.
Berkins, sa. three quarts ar. Bernake, erm, a fosse gu.
B E R B E R
Bernake, erm. a bend gii. Bernstein, ar. a bear, rampant, sa.
Jierv.ake, [Leicester,] ar. three horse barnacles sa. Bkrntres, quarterly, or and vert.
Ucrneck, or, a bear, rampant, sejant, sa. Beromv, [Cumberland,] masculy, ar. and sa.

IjERNALL, vair, three cheveronels; yn.- Crest, on — Beron, and BerRN, [Lincolnshire,] ar. three
. a vreatli, a denii lion, rampant, gn. bends gu.
]?F.HNAUU. See Uarnard. Bcron, ar. a bend, double cottised on the chief
Bkrnas, [Sull'olk,] ar. a fesse, embattled counter- side, gu.
ejnbattled, %vitliin a bordure, sa. Beronijen, gu. on a bend ar. three roses sa.
licrnas, [Suliblk,] ar. a fesse, crenellee, -witliin a Berondon, ar. three roses sa.
bordure, sa. Bn-ondon, [Norlhunibcrland,] sa. three roses
BkRNBACII, gu. three fishes, conjoined at their
or, heads sa.
tails in ti'iangle, Berondon, [Staffordshire,] gii. on a bend ar. three
BliKNiiREV, [Worcester,] ar. a lion, passant, cinqiiefoils sa.
guardant, betw. tliree escallops sa. EerondowNE, [Northuniberlund,]gu. three roses,
Bkrn'k, quarterly, gu. and az. a cross engr. ar.
Berondovme, [Cumberland,] gu. a bend, betw.
Berxers, quarterly, vert and or, in the centre a three roses, ar. seeded sa.
mullet sa. a label for dilVerence. Bkrowe, or Berewe, [Gloucester,] ar. three
Berncrs, [Tharlield, Hertford,] quarterly, or and bears' heads, couped at the neck, sa. muzzled,
vert. —
Crest, a monkey ppr. en-\ ironed about or, a chief az. —
Crest, a sea-horse's head,
the loins, and lined, or. erased, sa. bezautee, maned and finned or.
Eerneston, gu. a cross raolijie or, in the dexter Berrist.\ll, gu. an ostrich's head, erased, ar.
corner, a mullet, pierced, ar. a chief or.
Bcrneslon, gu. a cross moline, ar. Berrixgton. See Bi-.ringtox.
Berxewell, or BERiNWEEL, [Ireland,] erm. Berrovs, or Berrois, ar. a bend az. cottised
a bordm-e, engr. gu.
]iERNEV, [Norfolk,] quarterly, gu. and az. over Berrv, or Bury, [Bury, Lancasliire,] sa. a
all, a cross, engr. erni. chev. or, betw. tliree plates, each charged with
Bcrneij, ar. a chev. betw. three dexter iiands, a cross pattee gu.
conped, sa. Berry, or Bury, [De\ou,] or, three bars gu.—
Beriicy, ar. a fesse az. betw. three escocheons, Crest, a grifi'in's head, erased, per pale indented,
vert. ar. and gu.
Berney, az. a cross engr. erm. iu the first quarter, Berry. [Devon,] gu. three bars or. Same
a crescent ar. crest.
Berney, ar. a fesse, betw. three escocheons, Berry, ar. a barberry branch, fnicted, ppr.
vert. Berry, [Oxford,] vert, a cross crosslet or.
Bernham, or Berxtham, [Norfolk,] sa. a Berry, [Burly, Devon,] erm. on a bend engr. sa.

cross, betw. four crescents, ar. three fleurs-de-lis or.


Bcniham, sa. a cross ar. Berry, [Berrinkerber,] barry of ten, or and
Bernheim, ar. a fleur-de-lis, on the top
three grass spires, eacli containing seven Bcry, [Devon,] ar. a cross, betw. four martlets,
piles gu. — Crest, a fleur-de-lis, as in the within a bordure, all sa.

arms. Bery, [Devon,] ar. two bars gu.


Bermuietz, ar. a bear, in bend siuisier, support- Bery, [Devon,] ar. three bars gu. in chief a crescent
ing a bowed staff, sa. sa. charged Avith another, or.
BERNiNGHAJi,[Norfolk,lar. onabend gii.cottised Bcry, [Colton, Devon,] erm. on abend az. three
az. three escallops or. fleurs-de-lis or.
Bcniliiyham, ar. on a bend gu. cottised sa. three Bery, [Bury, Devon,] gu. three bars or. Crest, —
escallops or. a giiflin's head, erased, party per pale, danceftee,
Birningham, az. a bead engr. ar. ( Anotlier, adds ar. and gu.
a label of three points gu.) Bert/, or Barry, [\\'inscot and Bendori, De\on,]
BirniiKjham, az. a bend engr. or, a label of three harry of six, ar. and gu.— Crest, a wolf's head,
points gu. erased, sa.
BiiRN.s, [Soham, Cambridge,] ar. U\q l-ars, em- Berij,[Devon,] or, three bars gu.
battled, sa. in chief tliree pellets. Crest, I'n — Bcry, [Collaton, De\on,] erm. on a bend engr.
ounce aj-. collared and chained or. az. three fleurs-de-lis or.
[ L 2 ]
B E 11 B E S
Bery, sa. a chev. ar. betw. tliree aunulets, gobony, Bervers, [Essex,] ar. two bars, embattled
ar. and az. counter-embattled, sa.
Bery, [Utterby, Lincolnshire,] vert, a cross cross- Berwell, az. a bend, betw. three mullets.
let or. or.
Bery, [London.] The same. Berwick, [Lancashire and Durham,] ar. three
Bery, [^^'orlillghanl, Sullblk,] eriii.on a bend bears' heads, erased, sa. muzzled gu. See
engr. az. three tieurs-de-lis or, each charged Barwick.
with an anmdet sa. Berirkk, [Kent,] ar. a bear's head, erased, gu.
Bery, quarterly, enn. and az. muzzled or.
Bery, quarterly, gu. and crin. Berwykc, ar. a bears' head, erased, sa. muzzled
Bery, or, t\vo bars, and a chief, gu. or.
Bery, [Norfolk,] per chev. sa. and enii. in chief Berwyke, ar. three bear's beads, erased, sa. muzzled
two lions, rampant, or. or.
Bery, quarterly, erm. and az. in the sinister Berwi^., ar. a bend az. cottised gu.
chief and de.xter base, two falcons, volant, Beryn. See Bering.
or. Bes.VYNT, or Besanit, quai-terly, per fesse in-
Bery, sa. a ch6v. betw. three hats ar. dented, gu. and or, in the chief quarter, a leo-
Bery, bany of six, gu. and or. ]iard ar.
Bery, barry of si.v, or and gu. Be.seley-. See Be.\sley.
Bery, erm. on a chief, indented, sa. two lions, Besfokd. See Bosi'ord. -

rara])ant, or. Be.SHE, four bends az. a canton erm.


or,
Bery, ar. on a bend az. three lions' heads, erased, Besill, gu. a chev. ar. betw. three plates.
or. Besills, erm. three annulets gu.
Bery, ar. a cross, betw. four martlets, gu. Besilts, erm. three torteau.xes.
Eerryman, [Devon,] ar. a chev. betw. three Besil/s, ar. three torteauxes.
hor.ses, passant, sa. — Crest, on a wreath, a Besills, ar. three torteauxes, within a bordure
horse's head, erased, si. g-u.
Bkrsh.\m, gu. on a bend ar. three crosses formee Besills,or Besdes, [Worcester,] az. ten bezants,
sa. four, three, two, and one.
Bersich, ar. a pearch az. Besills, [Yorkshire,] ar. three aunulets, within a
Bersis, or, a lion, rampant, gu. witliin a bor- bordure, gu.
dure sa. bezantce. Besixgton, az. a quatrefoil ar.
Berstox, az. three butterflies, voh;nt, nr. Bcsinr/lon, az. a cinquefoil ar. . . ^ -

Berswater, or Bersawter, ar. three boars' Besingion, az. a cinquefoil or. . • , .


,

heads, erased, gu. Bcssinyloii, az. a cinquefoil ar.


Berswater, or Bersanier, ar. three boars' head.s, Besley. See Beasley,
sanglant, sa. Eesny, or BeS"S'N, ar. on a bend, eugr. gu.
Berth;, three battering rams, barways, ppr.
ar. three lions, passant, of the field.
headed az. armed and garnished or. Crest, a — Bcsity, quarterly, per fesse indented, gu. and or,
saraceu's head ppr. ducally crov.ned or. in the first quarter, a lion, passant, gaiardant,'
Bertleys, [Cheshire,] ar. on a chev. betw. three ar.
cross crosslets, fitchee, az. as many fleurs-de- Beso.m, or Be.sym, [Cumberland,] lozeugy, sa.
lisof the field. —
Crest, a Hon, rampant, az. and ar. (Another, ar. and sa.)
holding a tree, erased at the root, ppr. Besom, or, a cross, lozengy, ar. ( yhiollier, az.
Bertout, or, three pales gu. on a cauton sa. a another, sa )
lion, passant, ar. Besome, or, five fusils, in cross, az.
Bertoy, [Norfolk,] erm. on a fesse gu, three Bessome, or, five fusils in cross, four az. the mid-
aunulets or. dle one ar.
Bertram. SeeBARXRA.M. Bezome, fusilly, ar. and sa.
Bertram, gu. a fesse or. Bezoinc, lozengy, ar. and sa.
Bertram, ar. seraee of crosslets, within a bordure Besse, gu. the limb of a tree, v.ith two leaves,
in bend, ar.
Bertram, [Eoliall,] or, an orlc az. Besset, [Worcester,] az. bczantee.
Bertram, or, an iuescochcon az. Besenten, ar. a crescent, betw. three sulliers,
Berven, or Ber^ven, ar. a lion, raminint, sa. engr. humettee, sa.
within a bordure, cngr. of the second. Bes:syng, [Staft'ordshire,] az. three rests or.
B E S BET
15 EST, sa. a lion, ram])ant, ar. on a bordure or, Besyn, or Besny, ar. on a bend, engr. gu. three
eight cinquelbils hz. lions, [lassant, of the field.
Jksl, [Loudon and Kent,] per neludee, cnii. cliev. Bi:tai.l, or, a fes.se gu. betw. three tor-

and ermines, three stags' heads, erased, or. teauxes.


Crest, out of a ducal coronet gu. a demi BeUill, ar. a fesse gu. in chief, two torteauxes.
peacock, v.ith wings expanded, or, holding ])eta\iele, [London, 1283,] purp. a grifiin, se-
in his L»cak a snake piir. entwined round his jant, or.
body- Birr.AVNE, gu. a sa.ltier, betw. four fleurs de-lis
Besl, [Kent,] sa. a cincjuefoil, betw. eight cross or.
crosslets, or.^Crest, out of a ducal coronet, an Beteler, bendy of and ga.
ten, ar.
ostrich's head, betw. two wings, ar. in the beak Betemia.m, or Be'!'NAM, [Kent,] ar. a saltier,
a cross crosslet or. engr. betw. four bears' heads, sa. muzzled or.
Besle, [Sliddletou-Quernbow, Richmond, York- — Crest, a bear's head, erased, sa. muzzled and
shire,] gu. a chev. ar. betw. nine arrows or, billettee, or.

tlu'ee, three, and three, each parcel two in sal- Beienliam, ar. on a saltier, engr. sa. a plate, betw.
tier and one in ptJe, barbed and banded of the four bears' heads, erased, of the second, muz-
second. —
Crest, an archer's arm, embowed, gu. zled gu.
holding a bow, in pale, and resting on the wi-cafli, BetenSON, [Kent,] or, a fesse gu. ^\ithin a bor-
j)pr. strung ar. dure, engr. az.
Bestar, vert, a bull ar. armed and ungated Beterley, ar. a fesse gu. in chief three tor-
or. teauxes.
Bested, gjTonuy of eight, sa. and erm. Beleley, gu. a fesse ar. betw. three plates.
Besti.ami, gu. nine anows, three, three, and Beti;well, gyronuy of eight, enn. and bendy,
three, each jjarcel having two in saltier and one lozengy or and gu.
in pale, or, barbed nr. a chief, dancettee, Beteiccli, per saltier, erm. and lozengy, or and az.
erm. ))er pale counterchrmged.
Bestney, [Hertfordshire,] per pale, sa. and gu. Betfield, [Clege, Liuicashire,] per fesse, gu.
a lion, rampant, guardant, ar. crowned or.— and erm. a label of five points ar.
Crest, out of a ducal coronet, a demi griffin, Betiiam, [Lancashire,] or, a chief, iadentcd, az.
ar. and bend gu.
Bestorike, ar. on a saltier gu. five estoiies Bclhruii, [Bucks,] erm. a chev. betw. three boars,
or. jjLissant, sa. armed or. —
Crest, out of a ducal
Bestrow, 07- Bestroe, ar. on a bend sa. betw. coronet or, an elephant's head ar.
two fleurs-de-lis of the second, three boai's' Beth ELL, or Bythell, [Winchester,] ar. on
heads, couped, or. —
Crest, an elephant's head, a chev. betw. three boars' heads, couped, sa. a
erased, per chev. or and sa. arjued of the crescent or. —Crest, out of a ducal coronet or,
secoiul. a boar's head and neck ar. (AiiolJier cresl.
Beswick, gu. three plates. on a ducal coronet or, a boar's head, couped,
Besutck, gu. ten be'/^uiis, four, three, two, and sa.)
one, on a chief ar. a lion, passant, guardant, BelhcU, [Hertford and York,]ar. on a chev. betw.
az. three boars' heads, couped, sa. an estoile or.
Beswick, [Loudon,] gu. ten bezants, four, three, Crest, an eagle's head, couped, betw. a pairol
two, and one, on a chief or, a lion, passant, sa. wings, displayed, az. charged on the neck with

Crest, a demi lion or, holding a bezant. an estoile or. [The same arms Lome by S/inf/shy
(Another, Beswick, Besv.ick, Kent, the lion Bithell, Lord Mayor of London, l/oO.]
ppr. double queud,) Bethune, [Scotland,] az. a fesse betw. three
Beswic/c, [Kent,] gu. six bezants, three, two, and mascles or.
one, on a chief or, a lion, passant, az. armed Belhune, [Scotland.] Tiie same, within a h.or-
£ujd langued of the first. dure or. —
Crest, an otter's head, couped,
Beswick, [Kent,] gu. six bezants, three, two, ar.
and one, on a chief <iz. a lion, passant, or. Betiiumia, ar. a fesse gu.
Bcsivycke, [London and Kent,] gu. three bezants Beton, ar. a fesse gu. in chief a lion, passant,
and a chief or.— Crest, a demi lion or, holding sa.
betw. his paws a bezant. Belon, az. a bend, betw. six mullets or, pierced
Besyn, quarterly, engr. gu. and or. in the first gu.
quarter, a lion," passaut,\ar. Beton, or Belitne, or, a lion, rampant, sa.
B E V B E V
Beton, a lion, rampant,
or, sa. a label of five BevUe, gu. a chev. or, betw. three bezants.
points gu. Bevile, sa. a chev. betw. llirec mullets, pierced,
Beton, ar. a boriJ, li>7cnc:y, sa. ar.
Beton, or Bet dm, [CJrtMt Berwick, Shropshire,] Decile, erni. a bull, passant, gu. armed and un-
ar. two pales sa. each charged M-ith three cross guled, or.
crosslets, fitclitl-e, or. Bevile, [Sulfulk,] fiiiaitorly, or and sa.
Beton, ar. a bend lozcu^ry sa. a label of three Beville, Jicviin, or Htcin, [Cornwall,] ar. a bull,
points gu. passant, gu. — Crest, a griruu, passant, or.
Beton, az. a fcsse, bctw. tlircc n\;i?cles or. Beavill, or, a chief a/..

Belun, [Earl of .Mbcinarle,] bendy of six ar. and liLVKK. See BUAt'VOIR and liF.LVOir.K.
gu. n chief or. Bkvercot, quarterly, nr. .-.nd az. a cross, coun-
Betr.vy, erm. on a chev. gu. three escallops terchauged. (Anothsr, with a label of three
or. points gu.)
Bctrai/, sa. fretty or. —
Crest, an arm, enibowed, Be VERCOC'RT.ar. across patoncc, (another, i^ory,)
habited gu. cuff ar. holding in the baud ppr. a az.
torteaux. Bevereham, [Ireland,] gn. on a bend, betw.
BUTSFIORNE, ar. on a saltier, engr. gu. fire es- two lions, rampant, ar. three pellets. Crest, —
toiles or. out of a coronet or, an armed arm, holding a
Betisthorite, [Wilts,] ar. on a saltier, gu. five es- sword ppr.
toiles or. Beveridce, [Kent, Chichester, and Normandy,]
Betsiue, or 15ESTED, [Devon,] oz. three lo- vert^ in point, barry wavy of sLx, ar. and az.
xeuges, in fesse, ar. betw. as many bucks' heads two beavers, rampant, combatant, or. Crest, —
or. out of a ducal coronet or, a demi beaver
Bet.SON, [Scothnid,] or, a saltier vair. — Crest, a ppr.
bridge of tlirec arches ppr. Bcveridge, per pale, gu. and vert, a lion, rampant,
Betts, sa. on a bend ar. three cinqucfoils ar.
&"• Beverley, ar. a chief, bevile, vert.
Betlcs, sa. on a bend or. three cinquefoils gu. all Bever/eij, ar. a fesse indented, betw. three leo-
^-itliin a bordurc, eiigr. or. Crest, out of a — pards' faces sa.
ducal coronet cr, a buck's head s-u. attired or, Bcverlcij, erm. a rose gu.
gorged witliacolhjr ar. charged MJth three cinquc- Beverley, gu. three bars erm.
foils gu. Beverley, []5cdfordsliire.] ar. a fesse, daucettee,
Belles, [Norfolk,] sa. a bend, betw. t\vo cottises, betw. three leopards' heads, sa.
ar. charged witli three cinqueloils gu. Beverley, sa. on a chev. betw. three wolves' heads',
Betlcs, [Norfolk,] sa. on a bend ar. cottised or, erased, ar. three pellets. —
Crest, on a mount
three cinquefoils, pierced, gti. vert, a wolf, passant, ar. pierced through the
Betteswortii, [Tyning, Sii.ssex,] az. a lion, neck villi an arrow ppr.
rampant, per fesse or and ar. Crest, on the — Beverly, [\ oi kshire,] ar. on a bend, betw. two
stump of a tree Aert, a lion, sejant, per iesse unicorns' heads, erased, az. three fusils of the
or and ar. holding in his dexter paw a battle-axe field.
gu. headed ar. Beverly, ['\'orkshire,] erm. a rose gu. barbed and
Bf.TTWKLL, ar. a fesse, betw. three eagles, dis- seeded pjT.
played, sa. Beverly, ['^'orkshire.] ar. a chev. sa. on a chief of
•Betty, or, a betony-leaf p])r. the second, tiiree bulls' heads, cabossed, of the
Betune, or, a lion sa. a label of five points first.

Beverly, quMrtoriy, ar. and gu. a rose, couuter-


Betune, ar. a fesse gu. and in cliicf a lion, passant, clianned, l)arbed, vert.
sa. Beverly, ar. a chev. sa. b(>tw. three ogresses.
BbTUNES. Sec BlCTTON. Beverly, per bend sinister, indented, sa. and or.
Bktwill, gu. a denii wolf ppr. issuant to the in chiet a cross s.ircelly of the second.

sinister, liis feet erected, each side of his heail Jieverly, [Cornwall,] ar. a chev. gu. betw. three
ar. torteau\es.
Bkvell, two chev. and a canton gu.
or, Bei.erlij,or, an incscochcon and three bars sa. in

Bevell, [IIuntiii;;aou,] gu. a chev. or, betw. three chief six pallets of the second.
bezants. Beverly, or, two bars sa. in chief as majiy pales
BeveilU, [Huntingdonshire,] erm. n bull, passant. of the second, an inescocheon gu.
13 E AV
Ik-^rcrUf, chfT. gn. betw. tliree liv.rts.
ar. a Bni-ley, ar. a chev. betw. three choughs'
Ufvcjly, quiirtorly, iir. Liud g-u. a cross, counter- heads, (another, hawks',) erased, sa. beaked,
<'ljiingccl. gu.
JJr\ jjiMlAM, [Ho]ljrook-II;i]1. Sufi'dlk,] gri. a Bewley, [Suffolk,] gu. a fesse, betw. three roses
ur-dc-moliije, pierced, l)etw. two niartlets ar.— Crest, an ibex's head or, issuing out of the
ar. centre of a rose gu. barbed vert.
J't'L-erslmm, [Scollaiid,] gu. a fer-de-moline ar. Beuley, cnn. on a canton gu. uti orle ar.
I»c(\v. two marllets or. IjEWMarris, or, a fesse az.
35i;vj;/(KroNE, ar. on a saltier gn. five pstoiles IJewhell, [Cornwall,] gu. abend vair, cottised
or. ar. betw. six escallops of the second.
Jtrnrxlnne, az. a cross moline ar. belw. twelve Bewpell, gu. a bend vair, betw. three eagles, dis-
billois or. played, ar.
iicvt'i-slone, ar. on a saltier gii. five mullets of six Bewprc. The same as Bi:awpree.
])oinfs, or. Bewris, erm. a chev. sa. betw. two lions, pas-
]{r.\ larj'OTi;, or J3evj:rtourt, ar. a cross, sant, guardant, or.
(lowered, az. a label of the last. Bewrye. See Bury.
15i:vii.F.R, or, a pale, bevile, purp. EWSON, ar. on a chev. betw. three goats' heads
Jli;\ iLi,, sa. a carpenter's square or. as many cscal!o])s of the field.
.«:a.

lUvlU, [Cornwall,] ar. a bull, passant, gu. Bexiilel, or Bexull, or, a lion, rampant, az.
Heviil, [Cornwall,] erni. a bull, passant, gu. armed, frctty ar.
and uiiguled, or. Bexwell, ar. annulets sa. three,
six two,
J5i;\ IS, gu. a saltier ar. a chief indented, point in and one. (Another, with a bordure, engT.
point, of the second and first, §'"•)
,
Ekuflet, per pale, or and gu. three bends Bexxcell, ar. six two, and one.
ogresses, three,
C Another adds a bordure, engr. gu.)
r.Kii.EY. See Bkv.-ley. Beyford. See Bayford.
1?KURLE, or, on a chev. sa. three bezants. Beyfraxd, sa. six martlets ar.
1)K\V, ar. two lions, passant, guardant, sa. on Beyle, ar. three torteauxes.
a chief of tlie second, three covered cu])s Beyley. See Bayley.
or. Beyman. See BAY^fAM.
r.EWCiiASTEL, sa. R fesse ar. Beynceere, [Sudoliv,] or, a lion, rampant, gu.
1'kv> CHAM, or r.EV.CHAM, gii. fretfy ar. colhued (Another, tail forked.)
ar.
Bciii-hain, sa. a chev. or, betw. three lions' heads, Beyxha.m. See Baynha.m.
erased, ar. Beyxton. See Bayntox.
IJevvI'.lle, or, a cliev. betw. t!n-ee torteauxes. Beysis, or Bestis, or, a lion, rampant, gu.
]'>EWET, gu. a cliev. betw. three demi lions, ram- v, ithin a bcr.'ure ^a. bezantee.
pa„(, ar. Beysyxi KC.n, or, a canton, indented
^ in the
Bmvi'ici;, quaricrly, indented, ar. and az. i)ottoni, gu.
Ircirf/ce, i\z. three lielmets ar. 151AXFR0XS, jialy of six, or and gu.
IjJiW'i'ORT, per fesse, ar. and gii. in chief three BlEEEEES, or ijiBLES, and Bibbeswortm,
torteauxes, in base a plate. [HertfordL-hirc,] az. three eagles, displayed,
IJi'.AVi'OY, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three eagles, dis- or.
played, vert. BiUERCACii, on mount in base,
ar. a a tree with
l>i;\\ KKONT, paly of six, or and gii. two bodies vert.
I''i;\\ IE, or, three barrulels gu. over all a saltier of BiBLE.<\voRTn, [Herefordshire,] az. six eagles;
the last. displayed, or.
^il.WiKE, per bend, or and gu. billettee, and Bihksworth, a;;, six nails or.
three boars' heads counterchanged. Bihiesworth, sa. six; eagles, displayed, ar.
Ii'.v:i/ce, per bend, gu. and or, on a bend ar. three
]}ICHE, vaire, ar. and gu. on a canton of the se-
I'oars' heads, couped, sa.
cond, a garb or.
lii-WEEv, or, thiee bars sa. in chief two pales Biche, [Berks,] ar. on a bend gu. three bucks'
:»t the second, au iuescocheon gu. heads or.
H'Hrlvij, [London, 124.3,] quarterly, tu-. and gu. a BicmXGFlELi), sa. a lion, pa.ssant, ar.
•ross counterchanged.
B1CK.ERING, chequy ar. and gu.
li.i'irlnj,
[Kent,] ar. a chev. betw. three eagles' BiCKERSTAFFE, [Kent and Lancashire,] sa. a
h.<;iids, erased, sa. cross crosslet ar.
BID BIG
BlCKERSTATH, [Bickerstatli, Lancashire,] ar. on ronndlcs, each charged with a martlet, all coun-
a cross patonce sa. five mullets or. terchaiiged.
Bkkerslalh, ar. on a cross patonce az. five mullets BiE. See Bye.
or. BlELETT, ar. ou a fesse embattled, gu. a lion,
ElCKERTON, [Essex, and Beeby, Leicestershire,] passant, guardant, or.
ar. on a chev.sa. three pheons of the field. BiGBERY, [Devon,] az. an eagle, displayed, or,
Crest, a martlet or. armed gu. (Anothei-, ar.)
B'lckerlon, [Scotland,] ar. an eagle, displayed, gii. Bigberie, gu. an eagle ar. membered or.
beaked and mcmbered sa. Bygbery, [Devon,] az. an eagle, ayrant, or, armed
BiCKLEY, [Chidall, Sussex,] or, a chev. crenollee, g;u.
betw. three heads, erased, sa.
griflins' Bigg, ar. a fesse az. betw. three martlets sa.
Biclclcij, [Attleliorough, Norfolk,] ar. a chev. Bigg, per pale, erm. and az. a lion, passant,
counterembattled, betw. three ^itlins' heads, gu. crov.ned or, within a bordure engT. of
erased, sa. each charged ^vith a plate. the third, charged with eight fleurs-de-lis
liicklcij, ar. a chev. engr. betw. three martlets, gold. — Crest, on a wreath, a rhinoceros ppr.
sa. [^Borne, (quarterly, with the arms of Wither in
BiCKLiFE, [London,] chev. connter-cni-
ar. a the fir.st quarter, being ar. on a chev. gu. betw.
battled, betw. three griflius' heads, erased, three crescents sa. a mullet or, and the crest of
sa. —
Crest, a hind's head ppr. collared ar. Wither, viz. on a WTeath, a demi hare az. in the
BiCKXOR, ar. a chief az. mouth three ears of bigg, and charged on the
Bickenor, ar. on a chief az. three lions, rampant, shoulder with a mullet, or,) by Harris Bif/y-
of the field. Wither, Esq. of Manydown, Hants, 1823.']
BiCKSBERY, ar. afesso, cottiscd, sa. Bigg. [The same arms are borne quarteily, with
BiCKTON, [Cornwall,] az. a fesse betw. tlueo Gulstou in the first quarter, (being bany nebniee
fleurs-de-lis in chief, and as many annulets in of six, ar. and gu. on a bend sa. three plates,
base, or. and the crest of Gulston, viz. on a wreath, an
BiCKWiTii, [Yorkshire,] ar. a chev. betw. ostrich's wing, the feathers alternate ar. and gu.
three hinds' heads, couped, gu. See Beck- charged v.ith a bend, as in the arms,) by Frederick
WITH. Gulston, Esq. of West Clandon, Surrey, l^'l'-i,
BiUALL, ar. a cross sa. in the first quarter an an- formerly Bigg, who, hi/ royal sign-manual, as-
nulet of the second. sumed the surname of Gulston only.^
BiDEFORU, or BiDFORD, baiTy wavy of six, BiGGAR, [Scotland,] ar. a bend az. betw. three
ar. and az. a chief or. mullets gu. —
Crest, a pelican's head, coupud,
Bideford, ar. two bars, wavy, az. a chief ppr.
or. Bigger, ar. abend, ragnly, betw. two mullets, az.
Bmcooi), [Exeter, Devon,] ar. on a chief engr. — Crest, a peUcan's head and neck, vulning- her
az. a tortoise or. — Crest, a dexter hand erect, breast, ppr.
in armour, or, adder ppr. [Gra7i!ed,
Iiolding an BiGGS, [London,] per pale, erm. and az. a lion,
hi/ Thomas St. George, 1G90.] passant, gu. crowned or, within a bordure, engr.
Bydgoude, ar. three mullets sa. betw. two bends of the third, charged with eight fleurs-de-lis of
engT. gu. the fourth. —
Crest, aleo])ard's face gu. (Another
BlDLAKE, [Bidlakc, Somersetshire,] gu. a fesse crest, a lamb, couchant, ar.)
ar.betw. three birds of the second. Bigges, [Stragglethorp, Lincolnshire,] gu. a fesse
BiDULi'H, [East Greenwich, Kent,] vert, an erm. betw. tl'.ree talbots, passant, ar. each having
eagle, displayed, ar. — Crest, a wolf, salient, ar. in his mouth a bird-bolt or.
vulned on the shoulder gu. BiGHTiNE, purp. a
.
chev. couched sinister,
Bidulph, [Bidulph, Staffordshire,] vert, an eagle, or.
displayed, ar. —
Crest, a wolf, sejant, reguar- BiGHTON, [Derbyshire,] ar. on a bend gu. betw.
dant, ar. (another, or,) vulned on the shoulder two stags' heads, cabossed, sa. a greyhound,
gu. courant, of the field.
Bidulph, [East Greenwich, Kent,] ar. an eagle, BlGllWAlES, vair, a chief gu.
displayed, sa. BiGi-ANn, [London, Gloucester, and Ilcaton,
BinwEi-!-, or BvDF.WFT-r,, gyronny of four, or Northumberland,] az. two cars of big, (i. e.
and gu. four roundles, charged with as many \, heat,) stalked and bladud, in fesse, or.—
martlets, all counterclianged. Crest, a lion, passant, reguardant, gu. holding,
Bidwell, [Devon,] per saltier or and gu. four in his dexter pavv', an ear of big, as in the arms.
B I L B I L
- Over motto, Gratitude. [Granted
tlie crest, this Billerberg, ar. three stone billets, carved
to lialph JUffland, Esq. Norroy King of Arms, gu.
February 2\, 17G0.] Billers, [Sir William, Lord Mayor of London,
Bigland, az. two ears of big, in pale, couped and 1734,] per pale, gu. and sa. a lion, rampant, ar.
bladed, or. crowned or.
BiGNELL, [Salisbury and London,] erminois, a BiLLESBY, ar. a chev. betw. three stone bills
lion, rampant, ^u. on a chief az. an ear of big, sa.
coiiped and bladed, or, betw. two estoiles, ar. Bileshy, [Bylesby, Jjncolnshire,] ar. a chev.
— Crest, a wivern gu. wings elevated and in- betw. three demi lozenges, couped, per pale,
dorsed, or, resting the dexter foot on an anchor sa.
of the last. [Granted to William Bignell, of BiLLESDON, [Sir Robert, Lord Mayor of Lon-
Ijondon, 17G4.] don, 148:3,] az. a bend, cottised, or, in the sinis-
BicoT, or, a cross, sarcelly, gu. ter chief an eagle's head, erased, of the se-
Bigot, per pale, vert and or, a cross raoHne sa. cond.
(Another, gu.) Bilsdon, [London,] az. abend, voided, or.
Bigot t, or, a cross gu. Bylesdon, az. two bars gemelles, and a bend,
Bigott, or, a cross gu. a label of five points gu.
az. Bylesdon, [London,] az. two feendlets or.
Bigott, vert, a lion, rampant, or. BiLLESLEY, ar. a bull, passant, gu.
Bygot, per pale, or and vert, a lion, rampant, gu. BiLLESWORTH, [Herefordshire,] ar. three eagles,
—Crest, seven arrows, or, six in saltier, ajid displayed,' az.
one in pale. Billi:t, ar. a fesse g-u. in chief a greyhound
Bygot, or Bygod, ar. a cross engr. sa. charged purp.
with five escallops of the field. Billet, [Norfolk,] ar. a fesse gu. in chief a grey-
Bygot, or, on a cross, engT. gu. five escallops of hound sa.
the first. Billet, Belle t,or Billot, [Devon and Norfolk,] ar.
Bygod, or Bygode, [Seakelthorp, Yorkshire,] or, on a chief gu. three cinquefoils of the field.
on a cross gu. five escallops ar. Crest, on a — — Crest, a hand and arm, couped at the elbow,
chapcau ar. charged with two bars az. and turned in armour ppr. in the gauntlet a baton or.
up gu. a dolphin, embowed, and devouring the BiLLETTES, ar. a billet, raguled and trunked on
cap, or. each side, sa. fired in three places jipr.
BiGOODS, ar. on a chev. gu. three crescents of the BiLLicJi, ar. a rat, salient to the sinister, sa.
first. Crest, a rat, as in the arras.
BiGWARE, or, a fesse gu. betw. three lozenges Billing, gu. a chev. betw. tlu-ee goats ar. attired,
az. fAnother, six.) or.
BiGWOOD, ar. on a chief sa. two crescents Billing. [Dedingtou, Oxfordshire,] ar. a cross,
or. voided, betw. twelve cross crosslets, fitchee,
Bigv:ood, ar. on a chief gu. three (another, two)
crescents of the field. Billingdon, or Billington, ar. on a saltier,
BiLDYNK, [Suffolk,] per fesse indented, gu. and engr. sa. five fleurs-de-lis or. (Another, the sal-
vert, three ducks ar. tier az.)
BiLF.RiiiKT, gu. a boy's face, couped below the Billingdon, ar. on a saltier, engr. sa. a fleur-de-lis
shoulders, betw. two denii pillars ar. or.
Bill, ar. a stork ppr. holding, in the dexter foot, Billinge, [Billinge, Lancashire,] ar. a cross,
an ancient battle-axe, or bill, handle gu. top az. betw. four cro.ss crosslets, fitchee, gu. (Another,
— Crest, a stork's head, erased, ppr. the cross voided.)
Bill, erm. two wood-bills sa. with long handles BiL linger, billettee, counter-billettee, gu. and
ppr. in saltier, on a chief az. a pale or, (charged ar.
'- with a rose gu.) betw. two pelicans' heads, erased BilUnger, az. a rose in 1 or.
at the neck, ar. Billingford, [Suffol" .ad Norfolk,] sa. two
BlLLCUFFE, [Turganby, Kent,] az. a bend ne- bills endorsed, in saltier, ar.
bulee or, betw. six fleurs-de-lis ar. Crest, a — BiLLiNGiiuRST, [Newport, Isle of Wight,] az.
naked arm ppr. couped at the elbow, and erect, three eagles, displayed, or, betw. nine cross
holding a battle-axe, also ppr. crosslets, fitchee, ar.
Billeuge, ar. a cbev. gu. betw. three holly leaves, Billings, [Bedfordshire,] gu. a cross, betw.
vert. four cross crosslets, fitchee, ar.
[M ]
B IN B I R
BiLLlNGSLEY, [Londou,] gu. a fleur-de-lis or, a formee, ar. cufT of the last, in tlie hand, ppr. a
canton of the second. — Crest, on a mount, ^ crt, branch of laurels vert. ^Another crest, on a
a leopard, couchant, or, sjjottod sa. rock ppr. an eagle rising or.)
BUlinydey [Salop,] ar. a cross sa. voided of the
,
Bine/ham, or, a fesse gu. betw. three water-bougets
field, five estoiles in cross, betw. four lions, sa.
rampant, of the second. —
Crest, on a moiuit Binyliam, [ITertfordahire,] vert, a cross moline
vert, a leopard, coucliaut, or, spotted sa. or.
BiHin(/s[ey, [Sir Henrj', Lord Mayor of London, Bincjham, [Kent,] or, on a fesse gu. three water-
15UG,] quarterly; first and fourth, gu. a fleur-de- bougets ar.
lis and canton or second, ar. a cross, voided,
; Bingham, per pale, ar. and sa. a lion, rampant,
of the field, five estoiles, bctw. foiu: lious, ram- or, armed gu. (Another, the lion crowned
pant, sa. third, per saltier, az. and or, two
; or.)
cinquefoils m pale, and as many martlets in fesse, Bingliavi, or Bengliam, az. a fesse, dancettee,
all counterchanged. ar.
BiLNKV, [Norfolk,] ar. an eagle, displayed, vert, BiNGLK^i', [Nottingham,] ar. two bars sa. on a
mcmbered gu. canton of the second, a cross, formee, ar.
BiLSDON, [London.] See BilleSDON. —
charged with an annulet gu. Crest, on a pellet,
BiLSON, [Hant.s,] gu. a doulile rose, the inside a cross formee, ar. charged with an annulet gu.
gu. the other ar. and a pomegranate or, seeded betw. two wings or.
ppr. both stalked and leaved vert, aiid conjoined Bingley, [Flintshire and Middlesex, 1605,] ar.
in pale.— Crest, a bugle-horn or, stringed ar. two bars sa. on a canton of the second, a pheon
and tasscllcd or. of the first. —
Crest, a ])heon ar. betw. two wuigs,
Bilson, gu. a rose ar. and pomegranate or, cou- or, behind the pheon and wings, a pellet.
joined in pale, leaved vert, seeded or. Bingley, [Yorkshire,] ar. three trefoils, in bend,
Bilson, [Hants,] ar. a pomegranate, slipped, sa. betw. two cottises gu. —
Crest, a bear's head,
ppr. erased, ar. muzzled and collared gu. studded and
BlLTERSWOKTH, or, three figworth flowers ringed or.
ppr. Binley, ax. two bars and a canton sa.
BiNDE, ar. two bai-s sa. on each three martlets Binning, [Scotland,] ar. ou a bend, engr. sa. a
or. mullet of the first.
BiNDEK, or Benoer, az. the head of anavosetta Binning, [Scotland,] ar. on a bend, engr. sa. a
ppr. waggon of the field. — Crest, a horse's head,
BiNDLOSSE, [Berwick, Lancashire, and West- fiu-nished for a waggon, ppr.
moreland,] quarterly, per fesse indented, or Binning, [Scotland,] ar. on a bend, engr. sa, a
and gu. on a bend az. a cinquefoil, betw. two waggon or.
martlets or. — Crest, a demi horse ar. ducally Binning, ar. on a bend, engr. az. a waggon of the
gorged az. first, within a bordure erm.

BiNG, [Kent,] quarterly, sa. and or, in the cjiief Binning, [Scotland,] ar. on a cross az. a crescent
dexter quarter, a Uou, rampant, giiardaut, of betw. four mullets of the first.
the first. BiNQUEMONT, [France,] or, three pellets.
Binge, quarterly, sa. and or, four lions, rampant, BiNWORTH, az. five lozenges, in cross, conjunct,
counterchanged. or.
Binye, [Kent,] quarterly, sa. and ar. in the first BiNTWORTH, gu. five honcels, rampant, in cross,
quarter, a lion, rampant, of the second. Crest, — or.
an antelope erm. attired or. BlPEN, az. a lion, rampant, with two heads,
Bynge, ar. on a fesse or, tlu-ee torteauxes, in chief or.
a buck couraut sa. iu base as many butterflies Bii'ONT, gu. ten annulets or, four, three, two, and
az. *ohe.
BiNGEWARE, or, a fesse gu. betsv. four lozenges BiPSHAM, [Billiuge, Lancashire,] ar. a rose
az. and thistle, slipped, conjoined in pale, both
Bingivare, or, a fesse gu. betw. six lozenges ppr.
az. BiRAM, ar. three hedgehogs sa.
Bingham, [Bingham-Melcombe, Dorsetshire,] BiRBECK, az. a fesse chequy, or and sa. betw.
az. a bend, cottised, betw. six crosses, formee, three lions' heads, erased, gu.
or. — Crest, an arm, couped at the elbow, erect, BiRCli, [Birch-Hall, Lancashire, also, of Lincoln-
habited az. charged ou the sleeve with a cross. shire and London,] az. tlu-ee flours -de-hs or.
B I R B I R
Crest, a fleur-de-lis ar. entwined by a sefjieht wickshire,] ar. a cross moline vert, betw\ four
ppr. —
martlets gu. a chief dove-tailed az.- Crest, a
Birch, az. three fleurs-de-lis and a canton ar. greyhoinid's head vert, erased gu. gorged with
Jibxh, [Lancashire ami Salop,] ar. a chev. betw. a dove-tailed collar, or.
three mullets sa. —
Crest, a demi bird, with wings Bird, [Derbyshire,] gu. a chev. embattled, ar.
displayed, sa. Crest, on a mount vert, a stump of a tree,
Jiiirche, quarterly, or and az. couped and erased, thereon a falcon, volant, all

Burche, or Burshe, [Devon,] sa. a fesse, betw. ppr.


three birch leaves, ar, Bird, [Broxton, Cheshire,] ])er pale, or and ar.
Bijrch, [Essex,] gu. on a chev. betsv. three griffins' over all an eagle, displayed, sa.
heads, erased, ar. three lozenges az. a chief Bird, [Cheshire,] ar. a cross flurt, betw. fourmart-
embattled of the second, charged with three lets gu. a canton az.
birch branches vert. —
Crest, a squirrel, sejant, Biird, or Byrde, [London,] ar. on a fesse, betw.
bendy wavy of six, or and az. holding a birch tlnee martlets gu. a rose betw. two fleurs-de-lis
branch vert. (Another crest, on a mount, a tree or.— Crest, an eagle's head, erased, bendy of
vert.) eight, ar. and sa. ducally gorged or.
Byrch, [Bedfordshire.] Thesfune. — Crest, a hare, Bttrde, ar. a cross, betw. four martlets gu.
courant, sa. collared or. Bi/rd, or Byre, [Northamptonshire,] sa. on a chev.
Byrch, [StaCfordsliire,] ar. three fleurs-de-lis betw. three pheons ar. a -wolf's head, erased,
az. betw. two mullets of the field.
Byrch, az. on a chev. ar. betw. three fleurs-de-lis Byrde, [Staflordshire,] ar. a cross moline, betw.
or, a cross clechee gu. on a chief of the last, a four martlets gu. a canton az.
portcullis chained
of the second. Crest, an — —
Byrde, ar. an eagle, displayed, sa. Crest, on a
eagle, rising, ppr. holding in his dexter talons, dolphin, erabowed, ppr. an eagle, with wings
a banner az. charged with a cross clechee or, endorsed, or. (Another, the field per pale, or
the staff, point, and tassels, of the last. and ar.)
[Granted to \VilliaM Dcjocas Byrch, Sussex Byrde, [Lincolnshire,] ar. on a chev. engr. gu.
and Kent, 1758.] betw. tlu-ee lions, rampant, sa. as many fleurs-
Byrche, or, a chev. wavy, betw. three spread —
de-lis or. Crest, a demi lion sa. guttee de
eagles az. sang.
Byrche, az. a lion, rampant, ar. armed gu. Byrde, [Roydon, Kent,] vert, three stags' heads,
Byrche, ar. on a fesse, dancettee, sa. three be- cabossed, or, a canton erm. — Crest, a stags'
zants. head, cabossed, ar. betw. the attires or, a bird
Berche, gu. a chev. betw. three eagles' heads, erased, of the last.
ar. Berd, ar. on a bend sa. three taws of the field.
BiRCHENSiiAW, or EiRKENSiiAW, [Lancaster,] Birdmanston, ar. seven' mascles conjoined,
ar. a fesse, cottised, gu. in chief three mullets three, three, and one, sa.
of the last. Birkornstox, ar, three bears' heads, couped,
Birchenshaiv, ar. a Pegasus gu. betw. six cross crosslets, fitchee, gu.
Birches, or, three birch twigs sa. BiRKBECK, [Cumberland,] ar. a fesse, couuter-
BiRCHiLL, [Birchill, Cheshire,] ar. on a chev. compony, or and az. betw. three lions' heads,
betw. three cross crosslets, litchee, sa. as many erased; gu.
f fleurs-de-lis of the field. —
Crest, a lion, rampant, Birkheke, [Westmoreland,] ar. a fesse, clicquy,
az. supporting a tree vert. or and sa. betw. two lions' heads, erased, in
BiRCKicriT, ar. on a mount, atree, vert. chief, and a boar's head, erased, in base, gu.
Bird, [\Yestminster, descended from Salop,] az. Crest, a nut branch vert, fructed or.
a lion, passant, guardant, and ducally crowned, BiRKBY, or BucKBV, or, three garbs sa. two
or, betw. three turtle-doves, rousant, ar. each —
and one. Crest, on a chapeau, gu. turned up
holding in his beak a trefoil, slipped, or. Crest, — eriii. a garb or, banded ar.
a ring dove pi)r. resting his ri^ht foot on a rose BlRKEHOVER, [Lancaster,] .sa. three garbs or,
or. ^Granted September IG, 1723.] within a bordiire, engr. of the last.
J^nd, [10"OG,] quarterly, ar. and sa. in the first BiRKEN, [Yorkshire,] ar. a fesse az. and a label
quarter, an eagle, displayed, of the second. of three points gu.
— Crest, on a dolphin ppr. an eagle or, wings Birkyn, ar. a fesse gu. in chief a label of five
expanded. points of the second.
Hird, [Bread-street, London, and Coventry, War- Birkiii, az. three c}-press sprigs or.
[ M 2]
B I S BIS
Btfrken, or Byrkin, ar. a fesse az. (Another, BlSCEVTON, gu. a fesse erm. betw. two chev.
adds a label of three points sa.) or.
Birkenhead, or Birret, vert, a bordiire B ISC LEY, quarterly, or and sa.
ar. pellettee, siirmoimted of another, engr. BisHER, vaire, ar.and gu. on a canton or, abuck's
^"- head, cabossed, sa.
.

BlRKET, [Cheshire,] sa. three garbs or, within a BiSHOi', [Evesham, Worcestershire,] ar. on a
bordiu-e ar. pellettee. bend gu. cottiscd sa. three bezants. Crest, out —
Birket, three garbs or, within a bordure ar.
sa. of a mural crown ar. a grifliii's head sa. beaked
(Another, the bordure engr.) or. [Granted to Edward. Bishopp, of the Mid-
Birket, sa. tlu-ee garbs, within a bordure engr. dle Temple, Esq. Nuvcmber 1G28.]
or. Bishop, or Bisshopp, [Parham, Sussex,] ar. on a
Berchett, orBERKETT, sa. a fesse dancettee, bend, cottised, gu. three bezants. Crest, on a —
betw. three eagles, displayed, or. ducal coronet or, a griflin, sejant, ar. resting
Byrchet. See Byuciiet. the dexter claw on an escoclieon of the
BiRi.ANGHAM, or, a fesse gu. betw. three tor- last.
teauxes. Bishop, [Dorsetshire and Somersetshire,] ar. on a
Birlinqham, or, on a cross gu. five fleurs-de-lis of bend, cottised, gu. three bezants. Crest, an —
the field. eagle's head, erased, party per fesse, or and gu.
Birlinghuiii, ar. on a cross purp. (another, gu.) beaked of the last.
five fleurs-de-lis or. Bishop, [Norfolk, lCi"27,] ar. on a bend, cottised,
BiRLE, [Essex, 1578,] ar. tliree torteauxes and a gu. three beziuits.
chief arm. —
Crest, an arm, couped at the Bishop, [Crediton, Devon,] gu. three lozenges
shoulder, fesse ways, holding in the hand ppr. a ar. each charged with a pheon sa.
cross formee, fitchee, or, habited ar. culT sa. on Bishop, ar. on a bend gu. betw. two demi lions,
the arm three torteauxes. rampant, sa. three lozenges vair.
BiRLiXGiiAM. See Birlangham. Bishoppe, [Bristol, Somersetshire,] erm. on abend,
BiRMEALL, az. a boar's head ar. erased or. cottised, gu. three bezants.— Crest, a griflin,
Birmingham. See Bermingiiam. sejant, ar. resting his dexter claw on an esco-
BiRNELL. SeeBURNELL. chcon.
Birney, [Scotland,] gu. a fesse ar. betw. a bow BiSHOFSDALE, bendy of eight, or and gn.
and arrow in full draught, in cliief, and tlu-ee BiSHOPTON, bendy of ten, or and sa.
men's legs, couped at the thighs, in fesse, pale- Bisliopton, ['^A'^arwickshire,] az. three bnirs, pas-
ways, ar. —
Crest, a lion's head, erased, gu. sant, or, a canton erm. (Another, the bulls
Birney, [Scotland,] gu. on a fesse ar. betw. a bow ar.)
and ari'ow in full dnuighi, in chief, and three Bishoplon, [^A^arwickshire,] az. three bee-hives ar.
men's legs, couped at the thighs, in fesse, pale- a canton erm.
ways, ar. a lion's head, erased, sa. Crest, — Bishopton, or BisJiopstone, [\yarwickshire,] az.
a dexter hand ppr. holding an anchor, erected, tliree bends or, a canton erm.
or, t'livironed with clouds ppr. Bishopton, [Warwickshire,] bendy of six, ar. and
Birngham, or Birin(;ham, az. five fusils, in sa. a canton erm.
bend, or. Bishopton, az. three sjiindles of silk or, a canton
BiRNiNGiiAM. See Berningham. erm.
BiRON. See Byron. BiSHuPSTON, or, three bends and a canton,
BiRSiN, or Basin, sa. three flotcs, in pale, erm.
ar. BisnoR, gu. three lozenges or, each charged with
BiRT, ar. two cliev. paly of six, or and az. an eagle, displayed, sa.
Birt, az. a birt fish ppr. Bi.S!iTf).N, per pale, ar. and gu. two lions, com-
Birle, [Devon,] ar. on a chev. gii. betw. tlu-ee bu- batant, counterchanged.
gle-horns, stringed, sa. three cross crosslets, BisiuvoRTii, [Yorkshire,] ai-. a cross crosslet
fitchee, ar. sa.
Burt, ar. on a chev. gu. betw. three bugle-horns BlSRiiHRY, or BiSREDURY, ar. a fessc, double
sa. as manv cross crosslets, fitchee, or. cottised, sa.
Burcjht, ar. on a saltier sa. three bars, wa^y, ]]l.SRi:i.i., fjuarterly, or and gu. over all a bend
or. of the second.
BlRTEi;s, or BiRCliELS, gu. three parrots, re- BiSi.EY, orBlSTLEY, ar. a chev. engr. sa. betw.
guurdant, wings lUscloscd, ar. three Cornish choughs ppr.
BIS B L A
BisPHAM, [Lancashire,] gu. a chev. betw. three Bijshe, or, a chev. betw. three roses gu. CAnother,
lions' heads, erased, ar. on a canton or, a rose three bezants.) — Crest, on a chapeau gu. turned
of the first, barbed and seeded of the second. up erm. a demi lion or.
— Crest, on a chapeau gu. turned up erni. a BiSSiNG, az. two coulters, or plough-knives, points
lion, passant, ar. resting his dexter paw on an erected, or.
cscocheon of the first. BiSTARD, vert, a bistard, or bustard, ppr.
Blsrpliam, sa. a saltier, betw. four bucks' heads, JJiSTON, ar. a bend, betw. six bees, volant, en
cabossed, enninois. [Granted to William arri^re, sa.
liispliani, of Bispliam, Lancashire, anno BiTLEY, ar. three pepper-pods sa.
](il:3.] BiTTEiiEU, or BiTTENECK, gu. three bitterns
Bisphain, gu. a cliev. embattled, betw. three lions' ar.
heads, erased, ar. [^Granted to Samuel Bisp- BiTTERLEY, [Cowdrey, Sussex,] or, a fesse gu.
ham, of Bispham and Billing, Lancashire, aitno in chief three torteauxes.
IGIO.] Bitterley, or, on a fesse gu. three cinquefoils of
Bis."?, per saltier, or and az. in chief and in base, the field.
a rose gu. leaved and stalked vert, in fesse, two Bitterley, a fesse gu. in chief three cinquefoils
or,
fleurs-de-lis or. —
Crest, an eagle, preying on a of the second.
})iu-tridge, all ppr. BiTTERSHAM, az. a bittern or.
Bissc, [Ireland,] sa. three escallops, in pale, ar. a BiTTERSTEiN, ar. the head of a crested Indian
canton erm. and crescent for difference, or. bittern ppr.
Crest, on a mount vert, two snakes or, inter- BiTTOUK, ar. a bittern ppr.
btUX'd,respecting each other, ppr. [Granted BtTr.s, az. a key, double bitted, in fesse,
25th May, 1G:37.] or.
Bisse, [Somersetshire,] sa. three escallops, in pale, Bitts, gu. three snaflles, in pale, ar.
ar. —
Crest, two serpents, entwined, looking at Blaauw, az. a human foot, in base, ai\ on a can-
each other. ton gu. a grappling iron or. —
Crest, a demi lion,
Bisse, [Somersetshire,] sa. three escallops ar. rampant, ar. Slotto, Festina hntc. [Borne
BiSSELBY, [Berks,] gu. a chev. ai-. betw. three by William Blaauw, Esq. 1824.]
crosses or. Beaisv, [Leicestershire,] or, five palets az. on a
BiSSELL, gu. on a bend ar. three escallops sa. canton gu. a raidlet ar,
Crest, a demi eagle, with Avings displayed, sa. Blabey, or Blahy, paly of six pieces, or and az. a
charged on the neck with an escallop shell or. canton gu.
BiSSEr, az. one bezant. Beaiseey, [Devon, 1599,] pnly of six, or and
Bisscl, gyrouny of ten, sa. and erm. sa. on a chief gu. three bezants. Crest, a —
Bisset, az. on a bend or, three escallops g"u. tiger's head, erased, ar. issuing out of rays
Bisset, az. on abend ar. three mullets gu. — Crest, or.
out of a stump of a tree, eradicated and erased, Blahky, paly of six, ar. and az. a canton
a siugle branch ppr.
Bisset, [Yorkshire,] ar. three torteauxes, two and Blachford, [Lord Mayor of Loudon, 1750,]
one, a chief gu. barry wavy of six, or and gu. on a chief az.
Bisset, [^Yorcester,] az. ten bezants, four, three, three pheons of the first.
two, and one. Blachford, barry wavy of six, or and gu. on a
Bisset, [ArVorcester,] az. three bezants, two and chief of the second, three plates, with a mullet
one. for difference. [Granted to Richard Blachford,
Bisset, Bisside, or Biseid, gjTonny of eight, sa. of London and Dorsetshire, anno 1G-2U.]
and erm. Blatchford, [Osborne, Isle of Wight,] az. two
Bisset, [Scotland,] ar. a bend gu. bars wavy or, on a chief of the last, three pheons
Bisscl, [Scotland,] az. a bend sinister ar. of the fii-st. —
Crest, a swan's head and neck,
Bisset, or Bizzet, ar. a bend sinister gu. erased, sa. betw. two Avings ar.
Bisset, [Scotland,] az. a bend ar. Black, ar. a chev. sa. betw. two mullets in chief,
liijsett,az. bezantee. -
and a crescent in base, gu.
Bisell, gu. on a bend ar. three escallops sa. Black, [Scotland,] vert, three bears' heads, erased,
Bisctt, gu. on a bend ar. three escallops sa. a label or.
of three points az. Black, [Scotland,] ar. a saltier sa. betw. a mullet
IjI^^she, [Essex,] or, a chev. betw. three roses in chief, and a crescent in base, gu. a chief of
»"• — Crest, a hind, trippant, ar. the second.
B L A B L A
Blacke, [Suffolk and Essex,] ^u. a palo sa. on a Blackkrby, [Suffolk,] gyronny of eight, ar. and
bend or, three nnillets ol" the second. sa.
Blackadar, [Scotlmul,] az. on a cliev. ar. three Blackerhy, gjronny of eight, or and sa. on a can-
roses gu. ton az. a mullet of the first. [Granted to
BiiACKHOitN, [Sussex,] az. a fret oriii. over all James Blackcrhi/, of London, and Thomas
a lion, rcUiiiJiUif, or, crowned gu. Blackerhy, of Shakerland-Hall, Suffolk, June
Blackhorne, or Blakebome, [Yorkshire,] ar. on a 10, 1664.]
palo s.i. three antelopes' heads, erased, of the Black ET, or Beackett, [Newcastle, Nor-
field, attired or. thumberland, and of Calverley, Yorkshire,] ar.
Blackborne, ar. a bend sa. on a chev. betw. three mullets, sa. as many es-
Blackhorne, ar. on a pale, sa. three gouts' heads, callop shells of the field. —
Crest, a falcon's head,
erased, or. erased, ppr.
Blackhorne, ar. a fesse, nebulcc, betw. three mul- Blackett, [Somersetshire,] gTi. a chev. betw. tv.o
lets, sa. bezants in chief, ;md a griflin's head, erased, in
Blackhorne, gn. a lion, rampant, checpiy, ar. and base, or.
sa. Blackett, ar. a chev. sa. betw. three mullets,
ii/rtc^6or«e, [Lancashire and Yorkshire,] i;r. a fesse, t>z.

wavy, betvv. three mullets, sa. Blaket, [Bucks,] gu. a chev. vert.
Blackhorne, ar. a fesse, nebulee, sa. betw. two Blaket, [Bucks,] gu. a chev. vair.
mxdlets in chief, of the last, and one in base, Blaket, or, on a chev. betw. three mullets, sa. as
az. many eagles displayed of the field.
Blachorne, [Lancashire,] or, a fesse, wavy, betw. Blaket, [Gloucestershire and Hereford,] az. a
three mullets, sa. bend, cottised, betw. six cross crosslets, fitchee.
Blackhourn, vert, a cliov. crra. betw. three ducal
coronets or. Blaket, [Gloucestershire,] az. i bend, betw.
BivACKDEN, or Blarden, az. three cinquefoils three cross crosslets, (another. six,) fitchee.
ar. a chief indented gu.
Bkwkdon, or Blakenchn, [Devon,] az. three tre- Blaket, ar. on a ch; V. bet- three mullets, sa. an
foils,slipped, ar. t>vo and one, on a chief, in- eagle, displayed, or.
dented gu. as many annulets or. Blackford, or Blakford, three bars
Blacdcn, ar. a fesse, betw. three trefoils, slipped,
sa. Blackford, or Bhchford, [Loudon aiid Dorches-
Blackemden, az. thiee trefoils ar. on a chief in- ter,] barry wavy of six, gu. and or, on a chief
dented or, two aiuudets gu. of the last, three pheons az. a mullet for differ-
Blackenham, or Blakenham, [Suffolk,] az. ence. — Crest, a demi sv/an, springing, ar. gultee
crusily, two bars, or. sa.
Blacken'SOP, or Blakensop, [Northum- Blackhall, gu. in fesso a dexter hand, couped,
berland,] az. a fesse, betw. three garbs, and thereon a hooded falcon, perched, or, on a
sa. chief ar. three midlets of the first.
Blackk>STEiner, g-u. eight lozenges, in cross, Blackhall, [Scotland,] g-u. a haiid issuing out of
ar. —
Crest, out of a crown or, a plume of three the sinister fiank, and thereupon a falcon, perch-
feathers, the centre ar. the others gu. ing and hooded or, on a chief ar. three mullets
BL.ACKER, or, a chev. pean, betw. three men's az.
heads, side-faced, ppr. crined sa. [Granted Blackall, paly of six, or and sa. on a chief gu.
anno 1G13.] three beziuils. [Gratited to JUchard Blackall,
Blacker, ar. a chev. erm. betw. three moors' heads, anno 1599.]
in profde, couped at the neck sa. wrcatlied about Blackiston. See Blackston'e.
the head ar. and az. —
Crest, a nag's head, couped, Blackleg, sa. two bars or.
az. bridled or. IJlackler, paly .... or and sa. on a chief gu.
Blacker, [Buckingham, Old Sarum,] az. a chev. three bezants.
erm. betw. thiee moors' heads, couped, and side- Blackler, [London,] paly of six, sa. aJid or, on a
faced, sa. chief of the firsi, three bezants.
Blakcr, as. a chev. erm. betw. three moors' heads, Blackley, or Blakev, [Blackley-Hall, Lan-
side-faced, couped ppr. crined or. [Granted cashire,] gu. a cliev. vair, betw. three cross cross-
to Edward Blaker, of Sussex, Fehruary 19, lets, fitchee, or. —
Crest, a dragon's head vert,
iGu:.] ducally gorged or.
B L A B L A
Blachky, sa. a chev. erm. betw. three leopards' Blackesfon, [Durham, created a Bart. August
faces or. 30, 164",',] ar. two bars, and in chief three cocks
Ui.ACKMANi", erui. tliree lions, rampant, within a gu. witiiin a bordure, eiigr. az.
bordure, or. Blakston, barry of four, ar. and g^u. in chief three
Blackmanc, erm. tliree lions, rampant, -within a cocks of the second.
bordure, or.— Crest, a demi gTilliu, segreant, Blakislon, [London,] ar. two bars gu, in chief
ur. three cocks of the second. —
Crest, a cock
]ilackmcin, [London and East Indies.] The same or.
iirms.— Crest, the griffin erm. Blaxion, [M.I. Chichester Cathedral, Sussex,]
Blackmisttk, a fret ar.
sa. ar. two barnilets, in chief three cocks, gu.
JjLACKiMORE, a fesse sa. betw. three moors'
or, Blaxion, [Biakestone, created a Bart. June 8,
heads, erased, j)pr. —
Crest, a demi griflin, se- 161-5,] ar. two bars sa. in cliief three cocks
tneaiit, erm.
Bhichmore, [Devon,] or, on a fosse, betw. tlnee Blackwell, or Blackball, [Blackwell,
moors' heads, side-faced, couped, sa. three Derbyshire,] ar. a gTeyhoiind, in full course, sa.
crescents, ar. —
Crest, a moor's head, side-faced, collared chequy, or and gu. and ringed or, on a
erased at the neck, sa. round his neck a chaplet chief, dancettee, of the second, three bezants.
of roses or, leaved vert. — Crest, two arms, embowed, habited in mail
JUackmore, [London,] or, a chev. embattled, betw. ppr. hands ar. holding betw. them, by the nose
three moors' heads, couped, sa. —
Crest, out of and ear, a greyhound's head, couped, sa. col-
a mural coronet, or, a dexter aim, in armour lared, chequy, or and gii. (Another crest, a
ppr. purfled or. [Granled 1706.] griffin's head, erased, sa. beaked and eared or,
Bluc/cmore, ar. a fesse, dancettee, betw. three charged, on the neck, with a bar gemell ar. and
moors' heads, side-faced, and couped, sa. a trefoil, .slipped, enTi.)
Crest, out of a mural coronet, an arm, embowed, Blackwell, paly of six, ar. and az. on a chief gu. a
in armour ppr. garnished or. lion, passant, guardant, or.
Black?iwre, or, a fesse sa. betw. three moors' Blackwell, [Sprouston-Hall, Norfolk,] paly of sLx,
heads, erased, ppr. —
Crest, an arm, embowed, ar. and az. on a chief gu. a lion, passant, giuir-
in armour pjjr. garnished or, supportiiig a standard dant, or, all within a bordure erm. —
Crest, a
banner of the last, staff of the first, point ar. swan's head and neck, erased, ar. ducally gorged
[ Grcmied Novemhcr 18, 16.51.] or.
Blachnore, or, on a fesse, betw. three moors' Blachvell, ar. a greyhoiuid, in full course, sa. on
lieads, erased, sa. as many crescents, ar. ii chief of the second, three bezants.
Blackmoristkr, ar. fretty gu. Blackwell, [Ainpney-Park, Gloucestershire,] ar. a
Ki.ACKNELL, [Waiwickshire and Bcrkshwe,] ])er greyhound, courant, sa. on a cliief, diincettee,
bend or (another, ar.) and az. an eagle, dis- of the last, three bezants, —
Crest, two arms,
played, counterchanged. —
Crest, nn arm, em- embowed, in scale armour, hands ppr. holding
bowed, vested, gu. cuff ar. holding in the up a greyhound's head, couped at the neck, gu.
hand ppr. four feathers, per pale, ar. and gu. collared sa.
Blacknoll, per bend az. and or, an eagle, displayed, Bi-ADriYN, or, a lion, rampant, gu.
counterchanged. Bladdyn, ar. a stag, couchant, gu.
Blacknky, [Norfolk,] sa. a chev. erm. betw. Blahen, [Glastonbury, Somersetshire,] gu. three
three leopards' heads or. chev. ar.
Blahney, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three leopards' heads Blades, az. two swords, in saltier, ar. pomels
sa. and hilts or, surmounted of the Boman fasces,
Blacrstock, ar. three starved branches, slipped, paleways, of the last, axe headed of the se-
sa. two and one. cond, interlaced with a double chain collar gold,
Bhichtock, [Scotland,] ar. three trunks of trees, on a chief erm. a bee, volant, betw. two star-
couped under and above, sa. pagodas, ppr. —Crest, a demi tiger, rampant,
Blackstone, or Bi^AKKSTON, [Gibside, Dur- guardant, couped, supporting, with the pav.s, a
ham,] av. two bars gu. in cliief three cocks of sfafl", erect, ppr. therefrom a banner flowing
the second. to the sinister az. fringed gold, cluu-ged with two
Blackslone, [Sir William, Knt. died 1780.] The swords, fasces, and collar, as in the arms from

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same arms. Crest, a cock gii. the neck, jiendent by a blue ribbon, a sfar-jia-
Blackislon, [Sir Matthew, Lord Mavor of Lon- goda, also ])pr. [Borne ly John Blades, Esq.
tlon, 1761.] The same. of Broxwell-Hall, Surrey, Sheriff of London,
B L A 15 L A
1812-13.] A Subscriber. See Plate of Blair, [Scotland,] ar. on a bend sa. three mascles
Arms. of the field.
Jilades, sa. tliree crescents ar. tv/o and one. Blair, [Scotland,] ar. on a saltier betw. two
Blades, [York,] vert, a saltier, betw. four plieons, crescents in the f!anf|ues, and a garb in base, sa.
ar. — Crest, a talbot's liead, erased, sa. five mascles of the first.
Blaydes, a saltier betw. ("our fleinv^- Blair, [Scotland,] ar. a saltier sa. betw. a mullet
de-lis on a chief or, a lion, passant, <^n.
; in chief, and a crescent in base, of the
— Crest, a talbot's head, erased, sa. last.
Blayds, az. a chev. erm. iu base a sword, ar. hilt Blair, [Scotland,] ar. a chev. sa. betw. three tor-
and pomel or, on a chief of the tliird, two leo- teauxes. —
Crest, a dove, with wings expanded,
pards' heads of the iourth. —
Crest, a dcnii leo-
IT'"-
pard, salient, ppr. holding a sword, as in the Blair. The same arms, within a bordure sa.—
arms. [Granted June 6, 17G1.] Crest, a Roman's head.
Blaiuu, [North Wales,] az. a wolf ar. Blare, sa. three crescents ar.

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Bi^ADLOW, per chev. sa. and erni. two greyhounds Blare, sa. crusily, tlu-ee crescents ar.
couuterchanged. Blare, sa. six crescents ar.
Btadlow, per chev. ar. and sa. two gieyhounds, in Blake, [Wiltshire,] ar. a cliev. betw. three garbs,
full course, couuterchanged. sa. —
Crest, on a chapeau gu. turned up erm. a
Bladmost, ar. a fret gu. martlet ar.
Eladwell, [Suffolk,] per pale, ar. and gu. a Blake, sa. a chev. betw. three garbs ar.
lion, rampaiit, sa. — Crest, a dcmi lion, per pale, Blake, [SuRblk,] ar. a fret gu. —
Crest, a mountain
indented, ar. and gu. cat, passant, guardant, ppr.
Blaen. See Blayne. Blake, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three torteauxes.
Blagden, [Devon,] az. three trefoils, slipped, Crest, a beai-'s head sa. gorged with a collar ar.
ar. on a chief, indented, or, two annulets holding in the mouth a lion's gamb, erased,
or.
Blage, 01- Blake, [Kent and Northampton- Blake, per chev. az. and ar. in chief two cinque-
shire,] a.Y. a chev. betw. three garbs, sa. foils of the second, and in base a bat, displayed,
Binge, sa. a chev. erm. betw. three mullets or.— of the first.
Crest, on a broken tilting spear or, a lion, pas- Blake, [Swaft'ham, Norfolk,] erm. ou a pale engi-.
sant, ar. crowned or. sa. bezantee, betw. two lions' paws, erect and
Blage, ar. a ))ile, issuing out of the chief, az. erased, gu. a mullet ar. over all, a bend
charged with three martlets or. — Crest, on vert.
a chapeau gu. turned up erm. a martlet Blake, [Wimbsam, Norfolk,] erm. a pile embat-
ar. tled, counter-embattled sa. bezantee, betw. tno
Blage, ar. two bends, engr. gu. lions' paws, erect and erased, gu. over all, a bend
Blage, [Kent,] ar. three bends, engr. sa. over all, vert.
a scarpe gu. Blake, [Essex,] ar. a pale sa. over all, a bend gu.
Blagge, [Kent,] ar. two bends, engr. sa. a ba- charged with three martlets or. —
Crest, a dra-
ton gu. gon's head, erased, ar. pellettee.
Blagh, ar. two bends, engr. gu. Blake, or Bleak, ar. three sleeves, erect, sa.
Bi.agrave, [Bullnash-Court, Berkshire,] or, on Blake, az. three garbs or.
a bend sa. three legs in armour, couped at the Blake, per chev. az. and ar. two cinquefoils, in
thigh, and erased at the ancle, ppr. Crest, an — chief, or, and one in base, sa.
oak tree, erased, vert. Blake, [Wilts,] ar. on a chev. betw. three garbs,
Blagrave, or, on a bend sa. three shambroughs ar. sa. a crescent ar.
— Crest, a falcon ppr. Blaken, or Blaker, az. a sea-bull or, tail tar-
Blair, [Scotland,] m. a chev. sa. betw. three gant.
torteauxes, a mai-tlet for difference. Crest, a — Blakenbehg, gu. three pikes, haurient, endorsed,
garb ppr. ar.
Blair. The same, vith the chev. waved. (Another, BlakenSTEIN, gu per fesse, pohited with a ball
invected.) thereon ar.
Blair, [Scotland,] ar. on a saltier sa. nine mascles Blaker, or, a chev. pean,
[Salisbury,] betw.
of the field. three men's heads, side-faced, couped, ppr.
Blair, [Scotland,] ar. on a saltier engr. sa. five crined su. —
Crest, a demi horse sa.ducally gorged
mascles of the fu-st. or. [1613.]
B L A B L A
Blaher, [Portslade, Sussex,] ar. a chev. erni. sa. three pheons of the field. —
Crest, out of a
bclw. three moors' heads, side-faced, couped, ducal coronet or, a lion's liead p])r.
ppr. ciiiied or. — Crest, a horse's head sa. bridled Bland, gii. on a chev. ar. betw. three cross cross-
and nianed or. \_G raided \G\Q>.'\ lets or, as many cinquefoils az. [Granted to
Blakf.t. See Bi.ackht. Adam Bland, of London, hy William Flower
15la KING HAM, [Sullolk,] az. tAvo bars or, bctv, Norrot/, May 10, 15G:3.]
seven cross crosskts of the second. Bland. [London and Yorkshire,] erm. on a bend
Blakiston. See ]3i,ack8TONK. sa. three pheons or.
JJlakn'aL!,. Tlie same as Bi^akkn. Blanpson, per ])ale, gii. and az. three annulets
Blakxvs, [Norfolk.] The same as Blak.in(j- or, two and one, a chief of the second, frelty
ham. sa.
Bi-AKSTON. See Blackstone. Blandvile, or Blanuville, or, three garbs
Bi,A,\rr,STER, ar. a fret gii. az.
Blamester, ar. fretty gu. Blanev, [Herefordshire,] gu. a lion, reguar-
Blamnostek, gu. billetty or, a lion, raiii])ant, dant, — Crest,
or.- a fox, passant, ar.
of the last, a label of three points, j^^obonated, Blaijmy, [Jloolgomeryshire,] party per pale, or
az. and vert. and gu. two lions, endorsed, counterclianged.
Blamonster, ar. fretty gu. Blayney, [London,] sa. a trefoil or, betw. three
Blamore, ar. a lion, rampant, within an orle, horse's heads, eriised, ar.- Crest, — a horse's
^\. head, couped, ar. in complete armour p[)r. bridle
Blamore, ar. a lion, rampant, within a bordure, az.
gu. Blanforu, ar. on a cliief az. three marflets,
Blamore, on a fesse gu. ber\v. three inoovs'
or, or.
heads, side-faced, and erased, sa. three crescents Blank, [London, 1572,] per fesse, a pale,
of the first. coun1crch:inged, sa. and erm. three demi lions,
B LAN GUARD, [Wiltshire and Somersetshire,] gu. ramp.mt, or. —
Crest, a dragon's head, erased,
a chev. or, in chief tw o bezants, in liase a grif- vert, collared and chained ar. holding in his
fin's head, erased, of the second. mouth a firebrand j)pr.
Blancharden, [Kent,] az. a fesse, nebidee Blankele, or Blankell, barry of six, gu.
and engr. ar. betw. three lions' heads, erased, and ar. as many ogresses, three, two, and
or, collared gri.— Crest, a cock's leg gu. armed one.
with a cock's spur, the collar or, the spur sa. Blankenburv, ar. three stags' horns, in fesse,
and erased at the thigh, from which issue four sa.
ostrich's feathers. Wo and two, counterchauged, Blankensop, [Cumberland,] g-u. an annulet or,
or and az. within a bordiirc, engi'. sa.
Blanciiminster, beiuly of six, gu. and vert, a Blankensop, or Blenkensoj), [Cumberland,] gu.
chev. erm. six annulets or, three, two, and one, within a
Elanckfront, or Blarnekfront, erin. an bordure, engr. ar.
inescocheon ar. Blankensop, [Northumberland,] ar. a fesse, betw.
Bland-front, az. t',\o bars or, an inescocheon ar. three garbs, sa.
on a chief of the first, two pellets, betw. as Blank ETT, barry of six, giL and ar. six pellets
many gyrons of the second. sa. three, two, and one.
Blanckfront, erm. an escocheon, barry of six, ar. Blannicster, gu. a lion, rampant, ar. billetty
and az. a chief of the second, charged with sa. a label gobonated, az. and vert.
two pellets, betw. as many squires base az. B LAN SON, gyronny of four, gu. -and az. four
an inescocheon, surtout, also of the se- anmdets or, on a chief of the second, a fret
cond. vert.
Bland, lozengy, or and sa. Blanson, gyronny of four, gu. and az. three annu-
Bland, sa. three pales, engr. or. lets, or, (two in chief and one in base,) a chief
Bland, ax. three ewers, (or pots,) gu. tv,o and of the last, fretty sa.
one. Blanton, [Lancashire,] ar. on a bend sa. three
Bland, gu. three ewers, fer pots,) ar. tvo and lions, rampant, (another, guardant,) of the
one. field.
Bland, [Yorkshire and London,] ar. on a bend sa. Blanton, [Lancashire,] ar. a bend sa.
three pheons or. Blantzen, az. a pile, waved, in fesse, betw.
Bland, [Kippax-Park, Yorkshire,] ar. on a bend three Deurs-de-hs, or.
[N ]
BLR B L E
Blaquiere, [Sir John, Knt. of the
installed Beenerharsett, gu. three dolphins, naiant,
Bath, on the JOth of May, 1771),] onu. a lion enibowed, ar. finned or.
rampant, sa. charged on the shoulder with an Blenerhasselt, [Cumberland,] az. on a chev. or,
estoile or. —
Crest, a g;arb ppr. banded or. Sup- — betw. three dolphins, naiant, cnibowcd, ar. finned
porters on the dexter, a lion, rampant, sa. gu. five mullets, pierced, sa.
charged on the shoulder with an estoile or, on Bleney, or Beaavney, [Herefordshire,] gu. a
the sinister, a tiger ppr. ducally gorged and chev. or, and chief erm.
chained or. Motto, Tiens a la vcrite. Blenham, [Croscombe, Somersetshire,] per
Blaqidere, ar. six crescents sa. three, two, and chev. invected, az. and ar. in chief three lo-
one. zenges of the second, in base a bee, volant, ])pr.
Blark. See, also, Blaik. — Crest, a dexter arm, con]ied at the elbow, ha-
Blatchford. Sec Blaciiford. bited sa. ruilled ar. aud adorned with a
Blathwaite. See Brantiiweite. diamond button at the Mrist, holding in the
Blarne, vair, a crescent gu. hand a j>archment roll, ppr. \ Granted
Blaxland, [London,] vert, a fesse, belw. three 1739.]
falcons' heads, erased, erm. ]5LEsnY, or Blebie, [Blesbie, Lincolnshire,] ar.
BijAXTon. Sec Blackstone. a fesse, engr. betw. three mullets, sa.
BeAYDES, ? c 11 Ble^s.^et, paly of sLx, or and az. on a chief gu.
Blayds, i^'^'^^^'^-^^'^-^- a fesse, dancettee, ar. —
Crest, an eagle, dis-
BlaYxN'E, [Berkshire,] gu. a chev. or, and chief played, ppr.
erm. Beessone, sa. abend, betw. six cross crosslets,
Blacn, \mv, a crescent gu. fitcliee, or.- —
Crest, a martlet ar. or nisset co-
Beaney, [Herefordshire,] sa. three nags' heads, lour.
erased, ar. — Crest,a nag's head, couped, ar. Bleton, az. on a bend ax. three crosses formee,
mancd and tufted sa. Lridled gu. gu.
Blarjueij, [Kensham,
Herefordshire,] gu. a lion, BLin'sno, [Winington, Bedfordshire,] or, on a
rampant, guardant, or, a crescent for difterence. bend sa. betw. three escallops az. as many garbs
— Crest, an ermine, passant, ar. or, all within a bordure gu. —
Crest, a wolf's liehd
Bleashume, az. a cross ar, suriuouuted of or, semee de hurts, and gorged with a mural col-
another sa. lar az.
Blechendex, [Kent,] az. a fesse, crenellee, ar. Bletzen, or^ a cross and saltier gu. betw. eight
(anolher, the fesse erm.) befw. three lions' heads, pellets, a quadrat ar.
erased, or, collared gu. Bleveriias.SET, [Lowdham, Suffolk,] gu. a
Bleddin ap Mainarch, [Wales,] sa. a chev. chev. erm. betw. three dolphins, naiant, ciu-
betw. three spears' heads ar. cmbrued howed, ar. quartering- ar. three escocheons sa.
for Lowdham, of Lowdham, Suffolk. \_Te>/ij).

Bleddijn, [\\ ales,] or, a lion, rampant, az. Edtvard III.]


Bledlow, [London,] per chev. a.?.. a2id enn. in BleverhassBf, or Blenerhassel, [Lowdham, Suf-
chief two foxes, passant, ar. within a bor- folk,] gu. a chev. erm. betw. three dolphins,
dure of the first, charged with eight fleurs-de-lis naiant, embowed, ar. —
Crest, a fox, sejant,
or. gu.
Blemisiier, puq). a cross fusil, rebated, or. Blcverhassel, gu. a chev. betw. tluee dolphins,
Beencow, gu. a quarter ar. ar.
Blencowe, quarterly first and fourth, gu. a can-
; Bkverhassel, [Essex,] gu. a chev. betw. three dol-
ton ai". second and third, ar. a stag trippant,
; phins erm.
ppr. a chief az. —
Crest, a sword, in pale, the Bleicr/tasscf, [Frenes and Wilton, Norfolk,] gu.
handle upwards, pierced through a human heart, a chev. erm. betw. three dolphins or. Crest, a —
all ppr. betw. two wings ar. [Borne by John wolf, sejant, gu.
Jackson Blencowe, Esq. of Marston-Ilall, near Bleviel, [France,] ar. three lozenges, in fesse,
Banbury, Oxon, 18-24.] az. two and one, a label, of five points,
Blencko, [Sussex,] az. on a bend ar. three chap- gu.
lets vert. Blewc.\MPE, ar. a blue-bcli, slipped, ppr.
lUanckov), or Blincoe, [Northamptonshire,] gii. a Bee WET, or, six eagles, displayed, gu.
canton ar. —
Crest, a sword, in pale, ar. iiilt in Blewel, or, on a chief gu. three plates.
chief, or, enfiled with a human heart gu.all within Blewet, gu. on a chief ar. three lozenges
two wings, expanded, ar.
B L I B L O
Il/eicel, [Greuham, Somersetshire,] ax. a chev. Bhjthe, [Lincolnshire,] or, a Hon, rampant,
hetw. three eagles, dis])laye(l, vert. gu.
Hkwct, [Gloucestershire.] The same. 7J/i///;(', []jincolnshire,]ar. a chev. betw. three lions,
lilewel, [Devon,] or, a chev. betw. three eagles, sa.
^ert. Blythe, [Tiincolnsliire,] az. on a fesse ar. a buck,
Jileiiel, [Devon,] chev. betw. three envies,
or, a in full course, gu.
(lis])lave(l, vert, armed gii. holding" in the feet, Bhjthe, [Yorkshire,] ar. a hart, trippant, gu —
an acorn or, leaved vert. Crest,, in a wreath, erm. and gu. a roebuck's
Jtlcwet, [C'ornwall.] The same arms and crest, with head, erased, of the last, attired or, gorged
a crescent on each for diti'erence. with a chaplet, vert.
Bh'ii-el, [Lincolnshire,] ar. a fesse gii. in chief, Blijlhc, [Yorkshire,] erm. three bucks gu. attired
three lozenges of the second. (Another, the or, a chief az. —
Crest, a buck's head, erased,
lozenges sa.) and attired, or, collared az.
Bleuel, [Somersetshire,] or, a chev. betw. three Blythe, [Derbyshire,] erm. three roebucks, trip-
eagles, displayed, vert. ping, ppr. —
Crest, on a wreath, a stag's head,
Blciiet, [Hants,] or, an eagle, imperial, gu. erased, gu. attired or, gorged with a chaplet,
Blcicet, or, a chev. betw. sbc eagles, displayed, vert, and, also, a wreath, erm. and gu.
vert. Blijthe,[iiodmyu, Cornwall,] az. a grifliu, segreant,
Bltvet, g^i. on a chief ar. three fusils sa. or, betw. three crescents ar. Crest, a griflin's—
Jilewet, [Cornwall,] or, on a chief gu. three head, erased, or. (Another crest, an arm, em-
plates. bowed and erect, habited, ])er pale, or and az.
Bluet, [Hants,] or, an eagle, displayed, with two cuff ar. holding in the hand ppr. a battle-axe,
necks, gu. (another, az.) armed ar. stafl" az. headed ar.)
Bluet, [Holcolm-Regis, Devon,] or, a chev. betw. Blythe, ar. three goats, passant, gu. tv.o and one,
three eagles vert, armed gu. Crest, a squirrel, — a chief az.
sejant, or, collared and lined, and cracking a Blythe, per fesse, ar. and az. in chief three
nut. crescents of the second.
Bkwetf, or Bloet, gu. an eagle, displayed, with Bhjihe, erm. three bucks, tripping, gu. attired or,
two heads, or. Blythe, ar. on a fosse sa. three escallops ur.
BLKWETTb-, [Hants.] Tlie same. Br.iTUFiELn. See BLVTiiFiELD.
Ellwmen, or Blumenaw, gu. a bend ar. Blithman, [London,] vert, on a fesse, betw.
in fesse, a file of three points, cooped, three bears, salient, ar. as many fleurs-de-lis of
the field.
Blice, on a beud, cottised, az. three garbs. Blitun, gu. on a fesse az. three lioncels, passant,
or, betw. eight billets, four, three, and one, of
Bi.iGii, [Cornwall,] az. a gTiffin, segreant, or, the third.
armed gu. betw. six crescents ar. Blizard, or, betw. two flaunches sa. each charged
BuNCKARNE, Or Blixcarne, [Kent,] gu. on with a lion, rampant, endorsed, of the first,
a cross, engr. voided, or, a crown imperial of three fleurs-de-lis, in chief, az. — Crest, on a
the last. —
Crest, a demi lion, holding a cross, wreath, a fleur-de-lis az.
engr. gu. Bloberv, or Beocury, ar. on a cross az. five
Bli.ngoe, sa. a sword, in pale, point through a roses or.
heart ppr. Blocreeg}!, ar. a chev. betw. three curl-headed-
Bl.iss, gu. a bend vair, betw. two fleurs-de-lis divers, sa.
or. Blockliy, ar. a chev. betw. three hatmaker's blocks,
BUsse, or Bhjsc, ar. on a bend, cottised, az. three sa.
garbs, or. Blodweel. See Blouvle.
Blitiie, [Loudon, 1575,] erm. on a fesse gu. Bl(je, gu. on a chief ar. three lozenges sa.

three lions, rampant, or.- Crest, a lion, sejant, Eloen, or Beovaw, [Cornwall,] sa. a saltier,
gu. [Heralds OJfice, London, C. 24.] engr. ar.
llhihe, [London,] or, a chev. betw. three lions, Bloer, [London,] ar. a chev. vert, betw. three
^;i- —
Crest, on a tower ar. a lion of the pomeis. —
Crest, a cubit arm, vested vert, hold-
first.
ing in the haiid p))r. a pomei.
J'lil/i, ar. two lions, passant, reguardant, sa. Blo.me, [Seven Oaks, Kent,] vert, a greyhound,
Bli/lh, [Scotland,] on a fesse, betw. three
ar. couraut, in bend, collared gu. studded or.
crescents gu. as many garbs or. Crest, a peacock's tail, erect, or.
[ N 2]
B L O B L O
Blome, [Abergwilly, Caerniarthenshire.] The Bloundell, [Lancashire,] az. eight billets or, two,
sanio. three, two, and one, on a canton or, a Cornish
Blome, [Cohliam, Essex.] The same. chough ppr.
Bi.omi:k, or Bloumkr, [London, Hagthorp, Bloundell, [London and Lancaster,] ar. on a chev.
Gloucestershire, aiid Warwick,] gu. an ines- betw. three eagles gu. (another, the eagles sa.)
cocht'on ar. charged with a lion, rampanl, gii. a crescent of the field.
^^itIlin a bordure or. (J not her, \\itlioiit the Bloundell, az. ten billets, four, three, two, and
bordiiie.) — Crost, a tiger, sejaiit, vert, ducally one, or, on a canton ar. a Cornish chough ppr.
gorged, lined, tufted, and criued, or. Of Glou- — Crest, a squirrel, sejant, or, cracking a nut
cester, the crest gu. ppr.
Blomer, [Cowley, Gloucestershire,] ar. a linn, ram- Blondell, ar. on a chev. betw. three eagles, dis-
pant, gu. played, g-u. a crescent ar.
Blomkt, [Waiwickshire,] gu. a fesse or, betw. Blondell, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three eagles, dis-
six martlets ar. played, vert.
Blond, fusilly, or and sa. Blondell, [Loudon,] per pale, erui. and sa. a chev.
Elondell. See Bloundf.ll. comiterchanged.
Blonhill, erm. tliree masclcs, in fesse, gu. Blundell, quarterly, per fesse indented, or and az.
Elonkenham, az. crusily, two bars, or. a bend gu.
Blonvill, ar. three lozenges, in fesse, gu. betw. Blundell, ar. a chev. gu. betw. tlu-ee eagles dis-
as many cinquefoils, az. played, vert.
Blondevill, [Earl of Chester,] az. three garbs BlnndeU, ar. an eagle, displayed, gii.
or. Blundell, ar. three eagles, displayed, gu.
Blood, gu. a knife ar. haft or. Blount, [Gloucestershire,] ar. two bars az. over
Bloodman, ar. a fesse, betw. three mallets, the all an escarbuncle gu. nowed or.

handles reversed gu. Blount, gu. a fesse, betrw. six mullets, ar.
Bloom, az. a dexter hand, couped at the wrist, Blount, quai-terly, ar. and gu.
ar. —
Crest, a cubit arm, erect, habited, az. cuft' Blount, harry, undy, of six, or and sa.
ar. holding in the hand ppr. some slips of broom, Blount, or, a Hon, rampant, gu.
stalked vert, blossomed or. Blount, az. a saltier, engr. or.
Bloore, or, three liou-goats' heads ppr. Blount, vaire, or and az.
Bhore, vert, a serjient, bowed, enibowed, de- Blount, chequy, ar. and gii. a bend sa.
bruised, the head erected, the tail torqued, Blount, or Blunt, or, a tower, triple-towered,
or. az.
Bloss, [Ipswich, Suffolk,] gu. three dragons, Blount, [Warwicksliire,] gu. a fesse or, betw. six
passant, in pale, erm. a crescent for diCfereuce. martlets ar.
[Heralds' Office, Suffolk, H. 14.] Blount, [Tittonhauger, Hertfordshire,] bany, ne-
Blossom, az. three wiverns, displayed, erm. bulee, of eight, or and sa.
Blossome, gu. three lizards erm. two and one. Blount. —
The "same. Crest, a sun or, charged
Blossome, gu. three dragons, passant, in ])ale, with a giiuntlet sa.
erm. Blount, [Staffordshire,] barry, nebulee, of six, or
Bloud, sa. a comb ar. on a lock of golden and sa. within a bordure, gobonated, of the
hair. same.
Eloumfield, [Essex,] ar. three lozenges, in Blount, [London and Gloucester,] ar. two bars az.
fcssc,betw. as many cinqucfoils gu. over all an escarbuncle of eight ra3s or.— Crest,
Bloi'NDELL, [Loudon,] per pale, erm. and sa. a sea-lion eim. ducally crowned or.
a chcv. counterchanged. (Another, the chev. Blount, two coats first,
; a castle az. secom".,
;

eugr.) barry, nebulee, of six, or and sa. —Crest, a


Bloundell, [Carlington,Bedfordshire,] az. ten bull's head sa. behind the rays of the sun,
billets or, four, three, two, and one, on a can- or.
ton or, a Cornish chough ppr.— Crest, a squir- Blount, or Blunt, [Essex,] quarterly, ar. and
rel, sejant, gu. collared, and holding a nut, gu. 00 a bend sa. three eagles, displayed, or.
or. Blount, [Warwickshire,] gai. a fesse, betw. six
Bloundell, ar. a chev. betw. tluee eagles, gn. martlets, tu'.

Bloundell, per pale, erm. and sa. Blount, barry, nebulee, of six, or and sa.
Bloundell, [Crosby, Lancashire,] sa. ten billets ar. Blount, ar. two bai-s az. over all, au escarbuncle of
four, three, two, and one. eight rays gu. pomettee and tlorettec or.
B L U BOB
Blount, bnrry, nebulee, of six, ar. and sa. Bludivorth, ar. three bars gu. in cliief as many tor-
liluHut, [8fiilibrdsliirc,] baiTy, nebulee, of teauxes, all within a bordure erm. Crest, a —
or and sa. v illiin a bonlure, gobonated, ar. and naked arm, cmboMcd, ppr. guttee-de-sang, hold-
a/.. ing a wreath of laurel ppr.
Blount, qnarterly, or and gu. on a bend sa. tliree Bluet. See Blewet.
eagles, disi)layed, ar. Blueield, [Staffordshire,] per fesse, indented,
Bluwnl, [Esse.xJ quarterly, or and gu. a beud ar. and sa. a chief gu.
Bluhall, az. a fesse, voided, ar.

JJlunts, or Blonte, quarterly, ar. and az. on Blumenaw, or Ble'W"MEN, gu. a beud ar. in
a bend sa. tliree eagles, displayed, and armed fesse a of three points, couped, az.
file

of the first. Blu.mhill, [Cheshire,] erm. tliree mascles, fesse-


Blouyi.e, [Suffolk,] per pale, ar. and gu. a lion, ways, gu. two and one.
rampant, couiilercLauged. —
Crest, a dcmi lion, Blund, lozengy, or and sa.
rampant, party per pale, indented, ar. and Blundell. See Blouxdell.
Blunden, [Bishop's Castle, Salop,] ar. a Hon,
Bl.oWER, or, au eagle, displayed, -Nnth two heads, passiuit.sa. (Another, passant, guardant.)
gu. Crest, a demi griffin or, gorged with a fesse
Blower, or, on a chev. betw. three balls vert, a erm.

crescent or. -Crest, out of a mural coronet or, Blunueville, az. three garbs or.
a demi eagle, displayed, vert, wounded in the Bluxdey, or Blomxile, lozengy, or and
breast with an aiTow or, feathered ar. sa.
Blowse, ban-y, raguly, of six, sa. and ar. Blunstone, or Beundestone, [Suffolk,] ar.
Bloxholmeuax, ar. a chev. betw. tluee boars' six cross crosslets, fitchee, sa.three, two, and
heads, erased, az. —
Crest, a tree vert, and boar, one, a chief vaire, ar. and gu.
passant, ar. Bluwortii, or Blurpworth, ar. two bars
Bloyne, sa. a cross eugr. ar. gu. iu chief three torteauxes.
Hloyne, ar. a saltier sa. betw. four torteauxes. Blyke, [Salop, Herefordshire, and London,] sa.
Bloyon, [Cornwall,] gu. a cross cngr. ar. a chev. betw. three leopards' heads ar.
Bloyon, [Cornwall,] gu. a cross saltier, engr. Bly.mhall, enn. throe mascles, in fesse, gu.
ar.
Bloyon, sa. a saltier, engr. ar.
Bloyon, ar. a saltier, engr. sa. Bi.ythfield, per fesse, indented, or and sa. a
IjLOYS, [Ipswich, Suffolk,] sa. a bend vair, betw. chief gu.
two fleurs-de-lis or. —
Crest, a gauntlet pi)r. pur- per fesse,
Blytltjield, ar. and az. three piles couu-
fled or, holding a ileur-de-hs gold. terchanged.
Bloys, gu. a canton ar. Blithfeld, .ar. a chief gu. in base a bar indented
Bloys, gu. a Sagittarius ar. his bow and shaft sa.
sa. Boaue, sa. two chev. betw.
six escallops ar. two,
Bloys, [Grundisborough, Suffolk,] gu. a bend three, —
and one. Crest, a ram's head sa. gorged
vair, betw. two fleurs-de-lis ax. with a fesse, indented, sa. charged with three
Bludder, or Bluther, [London,] or, on a escallops ar.
bend az. three cinquefoils of the first. Crest, a— Boaler, gu. a fesse, quarterly, ar. and sa. betw.
demi lion's head, erased, pierced through the six cross crosslets, fitchee, ar.
neck vith a broken spear ar. Boaler, gu. five fusils, in fesse, quartered ar. and
Bluder, [Lincolnshire and iiliddlesex, IGOO,] sa. betw. six crosses flowered of tiie se-
or, a pale az. betw. two bucks, passant, ppr. cond.
Crest, a lion's head, erased, ar. pierced through Boar, vert, a lioar or.
the neck with the blade of a sword of tlie last, Board, [Bordhiil, Sussex, and Linfield,] per
the wound gu. fesse, gu. and az. an escocheon, within an orle
Bludowsker, gu. a buck goat, iu full course, of martlets, ar. — Crest, a stag erm.

bendways, girthed, or.^ Crest, a demi buck- BoAltDMAN, ar. a chev. vert, bordured gu.
goat ar. out of a cro^^^l or. BOATON, ar. on a bend sa. three martlets or.
Blitjworth, [London,] ar. three bars so. iji BOBART, [Brunswick,] ar. an oak branch, slipped,
chief as many torteauxes, all within a bordure vert, fructed or.
enn. [Borne by Sir Thomas Bludworth, Lord BoBKiNG, ar. a bend, nebulee, betw. ten cross
Mayor of London, 1GG6.] crosslets, gu. .
BOD BOD
BocARS, paly of six, or and az. a fesse ar. canton ar. two staves, raguly, in saltier, gu. 3
BocKEN, 01- BoRCkFN, s;\K ail arrow, on each ducal coronet or. —
Crest,' on the middle of a
side where the feather shoidd he, three ostrich start' ragidy gu. a ducal coronet or.
feathers ar. the barb erected, or. BoDDiNGTON, sa. on a chief ar. semee of cross
BocKENHAM, Or BoKF.NHAM, az. a cross pattee, crosslets, fitchee, gu. a demi hoii, issuant of tlie
chequy, or and az. last. — Crest, a demi lion, rampant, gu. liolduig
BoCKERELi., or BoKERELL, [Lord Mayor of in his dexter paw, a cross crossfet, fitcLee,
London, 1232 to 1237, inchisive,]sa. two bucks, ar.
passant, ar. the fiekl bczantcc. Bode, [Fcversham, Kent,] sa. two chev. betw.
Bohcrell, sa. bezaiitt'e, two bucks, courant, ar. three escallops ar. —
Crest, a greyhound's bead,
attired or. couped, ar. gorged Avith a collar and ring, sa.
BocKHAM, chequy, ar. and sa. a fesse erm. charged with three escallops av.
Booking, ar. a fesse, betw. six cross crosslets, BoDELSGATE, [Cornwall,] gu. two lions, pas';ant,
ar. crowned or.
Backing, per pale, ar. and sa. a fesse, wavy, coiin- Bodelsgate, [Cornwall,] az. two lions, passant, ar.
terchang-ed. crowned or.
Bocking, a fesse, nebulee, sa. betw. six cross
ar. BODENHAM, [Hereford,] az. a fesse,betw. three
crosslets, gu. chess-rooks or. — Crest, a dragon's head ppr.
Bocking, ar. a bend, waiy, betw. eight cross cross- (Another, the head erased sa.)
lets,gu. Bodenham ar. on a cross gu. five mullets
, or.
Bocking, or Bockkinge, ar. a bend, betw. six cross BoDEUiNGHAM,orBoDRiNGTON, ar. three beuds
crosslets, g'u. gu.
Bocking, [Sufiblk,] ar. a bend, engr. betw. six Boderingham, or Bodrington, [Cornwall.] The
c)"oss crosslets, gu. same, within a bordure engr. sa.
Bocking, [Bucknani-Castle, Suflblk,] ar. a fesse, BoDiiAM, ar. a bend, chequy, or and az.
wavy, betw. six cross crosslets, fitchee, gu. Bodhnm, ar. a fesse, dancettee, sa. ou each point
B0CKINGH.\M, [Suffolk,] or, a lion, rampant, gai. a bezant.
on a bend az. three bezants. Bodlicim, ar. a bend, chequy, or and sa. -n-ithiii a
Bockingham, ai\ tliree bendlets, in cliief, gu. bordure, engr. gu.
Bockingham, gu. a cross bottonee or. BoDicoTE, or BoDYCOAT, [Loudou,] vert, on
BocKLAND, vair, on a chief , two a bend ar. cottised or, tluee tigers' heads
crescents. ppr.
Bocklande, or BokeJand, [Scotland,] ar. an eagle BoDiHAM, or, a lion, rampant, gu. within a bor-
displayed, sa. beaked and legged or. (Another, dure, componee, ar. and az.
legged gu.) BoDiNGTON, sa. ou a chief ar. a demi lion,
Bocklande, ar. a chev. sa. fretty or, betw. three rampant, betw. six cross crosslets, fitchee,
lions, rampant, gu. —
Crest, a ha^k, close, re- gu.
guardant, ar. beaked and belled or. Bodington, [Somerset,] sa. three bugle-horns,
Bocland, [Buckland, Herts, Sheriff of Berks, stringed ar.
temp. Henry IL] ar. au eagle, displayed, sa. BoDKiNES, az. three tailors' bodkins, ar. handles
armed and beaked or. or.
BoK ELAND, ar. a fesse, gu. oppressed with BoDLEY, [SlTeatham, Surrey,] erm. on two bars
two dolphins, liaurient, embowed, respectant, sa. three round buckles, or, two and one.
or. Crest, a bidl's head or.
Bokeland, gu. two lions, rampant, ar. a canton or, Bodley, az. a fesse ar. fretted of the field.
fretty sa. Bodley, gu. five martlets ar. on a chief, indented,
BocKWELE, or BoKEWELL, ar. three boars' or, tliree crowns az.
heads sa. two and one, a chief of the se- Bodley, or Bodlegh, [Dunconibe, Devonshire,] ar.
cond. five martlets, saltierways, sa. on a chief az.
Bock WIT, per fesse, ar. and or, a demi grifliu three ducal crowns or. —
Crest, on a ball [rather
issuant gu. and the sun-rays eclipsed. clouds] az. encircled witli rays or, a ducal coro-
BouD.\M, [Enfield, Middlesex,] gu. ou a cross or, net of the second.
five muljets sa. —
Crest, on a ^\Teath, a stag, Bodley, ar. five martlets, in saltier, sa.
trippant, ppr. BoDOCK.SHEAD, [Devonshire,] sa. three lozenges,
BoDiiii:, or Body, [Essex,] ar. on a fesse az. in fesse, ar. betw. as many slags' heads, cabossed.
three pelicans or, vulning their breasts gu. on a
BOH B O L
HonY, or, eagle, in full aspect, gii. staiidiug
ail Bois, ar. out of the dexter base side, a pile, fleeted
(111 a perch, issuiug out of the -.hiister side ar. and reflected sa.
JJdinAR, [Coruwall,] gu. a chev. ar. betw. tliree Bois, [Brecknockshire,] gu. a stag, statant, ar.
riiiquefoils or. colkired and chained or.
llonVilAM, g_vroiiu\ of eight, gu. and sa. I5on ILK. See Boya ii,L.
ISodi/ham, gyromiy of eight, gu. and sa. three BoKARD, ar. a saltier gu. betw. four eagles, dis-
mandrakes ar. (Another, or.) played, vert.
J!(ii:i(, sa three boers [a turner's instruineutj ar. BoKEFliiLD, az. a cross, chequy, ar. and gii.
JiaiuUes or. BoKEH,\M, chequy, or and sa. a fesse erm.
I5tii;KlUUlG, sa. a fcsse, betw. three boers [a tur- BoKr.EANIJ. See BOCKI.AXD.
ner's iiistrunieut] ar. BoKELL, sa. a chev. betw. three bucks, passant,
]3ori'i'.NiiUSEN, gu. four bit-bosses or, with two or.
bars interposed, sa. two, one, and one. BoKELLEY, [Cornwall,] sa. a goat ar. armed, or.
J3o1'FRi:y, ar. a chev. betw. three annulets, sa. BoKEETON, [Kent,] barry of fen, gu. and or.
15uG, [Scotland,] ar. a chev. gu. betw. three cinque- BOKEMYNSTER, ar. flory, a lion, rampant, sa.
foils in chief, and a boar's head, conped, in base, BoKEMiAM, [Lincolnshire,] ar. fretty az.
sa. Bokenham, ar. a fret az.
Bog, [Scotland,] gii. ou a chev. ar. three stars, Bolcenham, ar. a fret az. be tw. four crescents of
sa. the second.
liofig, or, on a fesse, sa. three water-bougets ar. Bokenham, corapony, or and az.
az. a cross flory ,

Boc/g, ar. a fret sa. on each point a cross crosslet, Bokenliam, betw. four crescents gu.
ar. a fret,
litchee, ar. Bokinglunn, a lion, rampaut, gu. ou a bend
or,
Bogge, [Scotland,] gu. a chev. betw. two roses in az. three bezants.
chief, and a boar's head, erased, in base, ar. BoKENTON, or BoKiNGTON, gu. three cocks
Bocjge, or Bugg, or, fretty sa. charged at each ar.
interlacing with a crosslet, fitchee, ar. BOKERELE. See BOCKEREEL.
Logan, sa. a
cockatrice, disj)layed, ar. crested, BoKESATTOX, sa. fretty ar.
iiienibered, and jalloped, gii. BoKEWELL, , three boars' heads, and a
LJoGLE, [Scotland,] or, a chev. vair, betw. two chief, sa.
roses iu chief gu. and a ship in base ppr. Crest, — BoKlXGE, [Boking, Suffolk,] ar. a fesse, wavy,
ou a wreath, a rose, stalked and leaved, with a
bee therein, ppr.
betw. three crosses potent, fitched, gu, — Crest,
a man's head, couped at the shoulders, ar. hair
BoGNER, per pale, ar. and az. a ferris, or steel vert.
for striking lire, counterchanged. BoKLE, sa. a chev. betw. three buckles ar.
Boh EM, [London,] sa. three horse-shoes ar. two BoKSYED, sa. ou a chief vert, a buck's head, ca-

and one. Crest, a horse-shoe ar. betw. two bossed, ar.
elephants' trunks, per fesse, ar. and sa. BOLAND. Sec BOWLAXU.
BonuN, [INIidliiust, Sussex,] or, a cross az. BOLBECK, vert, a lion, ranipant, ar.
Bohiui, az. tliree garbs or. Bold, ar. two chev. gu. on a Ciuiton of the second,
Bohun, az. a bend, cottised, or. a cross patonce or.
Jiolnm, az. on a bend ar. cottised, or, betw. six Bold, or Bokh, quarterly, ar. and sa. ; in the
lions, rampant, of the third, three mullets, gu. first, tliree chev. gu. ; iu the second, a cross ar.
(Another, sa.) third as second, fourth as first.
Bohitn, [FrcssingCeld, Suffolk,] gu. a crescent erm. Bold, [Bold, Lancashire,] ar. a griffin, segreant,
within an orle of eight martlets or. Crest, on a — sa. beaked and legged or. —
Crest, a grifEn, se-
chapeau, a cjuatrefoil, pierced, enn, in the cen- greant, sa. beaked and legged or also, out of ;

tre a bezant. a ducal coronet, gu. a denii eagle sa. wings


Bohun, [Lincoln,] az. on a bend ar. cottised, or, or.
betw. six lions, rampant, gold, three escallops gu. Bold, ar. a tiger, passant, sa.
—Crest, out of a ducal coronet, gu. a cap aa-. Bold, [Bold, Lancashire,] ar. a grifii passant.
betw. two elephants' tusks or.
Bohun, az. a bend ar. cottised, betw. six lions, Bold, sa. a griffin, passant, ar.
rampant, or. Bold, ar. five fusils, in fesse, sa.
Bulnin, [Earl of Carlisle,] az. three bars gu. Boiild, [Lancashire,] ar. a chev. oppressed by a
lUihuii, or, three bars gu. bend gu. on a canton of the last, a cross patfee
Jhhun, [Eai-1 of Chester,] az. three garbs or.
B O L B O L
Bould, [Lancasliire,] ar. a griffin, segreant, sa. BuUeyne, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three bulls' heads,
within a borduro, gii. coupcd, sa.
Bould, [Chnsiiiie,] ar. a grilTin, segreant, sa. armed, Biillen, [Stickford, Lincolnshire,] ar. fretty sa. on a
gu. chief of the second, three plates.
Boitlde, [Eould, Lancashire,] ar. a griffin, passant, Bnllen, ar. a chev. az. betw. tlu-ee bulls' heads, ca-
.sa. — Crest, out of a ducal corouet, or, a gTitliu's bossed, sa.
head sa. beaked gu. betw. two wings gold. Bullen, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three bulls' heads, ca-
BoLDERS, per pale, or and az. a saltier, pierced bossed, sa. armed or. .

of the field, all coiuitercluinged. — Crest, a grey- Bulling, sa. an iuescocheon within an orle of mart-,
hound, courant, tollared or.
ar. lets ar.
KoLDERSALT, or, a denii bordiire purp. and a BOT-HNGBROKE, Or BOLINGSBROOK E, aZ. a
saltier az. fesse, betw. three lions, rampant, or.
BoLDiNGTON, ar. on a chev. betw. three pellets BoUingbrokc, az. a fesse ar. betw. three Uons, ram-
sa. as many roses of the first. pant, or.
BoLlJISGATE, gu. two lions, passant, guardant, Bolliiif/hroke,sa. a chev. betw. three pillars or.
ar. crowned or. Bollngshrooke, [King Hen. FS".] France and
BoLDORXE, or BoLDRfiN, per pale, or and az. England, quarterly a label of three points,
;

a saltier counterchanged.— Crest, a grevliound, per pale, gu. and ar. in the fust part six
courant, gu. collared or. castles or, in the second, six lions, ramjiant, gu.
BOLCHE, BoLOCti, or BoLKiGH, ar. on a BolyiKjhroke, gu. three Uons, rampant, erm.
chev. sa. betw. tlu-ee torteauxes, as many be- BoLLiNGFORD, sa. two swords, in saltier, ar.
zants. EoLLORD, or BOLLOURE, sa. a horaet ar.
BoLDROWE, [Sud'olk,] per pale, ar. and az. a BoELYS. See Bowles.
saltier counterchanged ou a cliief ar. three leo- EoLMER, gu. a lion, rampant, billeftee, or.
pards' heads, cabossed, az. — Crest, a lion's gamb EoLNAS, gu. a fesse erm.
ar. grasping a saltier az. Bolnas, erm. a fesse gu.
BoLEBEE, [i3uckinghamsliire,] vert, a lion, ram- BoLNEY, gu. two mullets in chief, and a crescent
pant, ar. vidned in the shoulder. m base, or. |

BoLETLEY, [Cornwall,] sa. a goat, salient, ar. Bolneij, [Sussex and Berks,] or, in chief two i

attired or. nniUets, in base a crescent, gu. Crest, a skele- — j

BoLHALTii, sa. a chev. ar. and canton erm. ton's head, couped at the shoulders, ppr. hold- i

Bolhalth, sa. a chev. ajid canton erm. ing, inihe mouth, a firebrand or, flammant at i

Bolhalth, ar. a chev. sa. and canton erm. both ends ppr.
j

Boeings, or Bollings, sa. an iuescocheon, Bolnei/, [Suffolk,] ar, a crescent, and in chief two ;

within an orle of eight martlets ar. mullets, gu. i

BoLKlNG, ar. a fesse wavy betw. six cross crosslets Bohicy, quai-terly, ar. and gu. I

gu. Bolney, or, in chief two mullets of six points, in ;

BoLLBV, [South Tyndale, Northumberland, base a crescent, gn. j

10th Edw. I.] ar. on a fesse sa. three garbs BOLOUR, ar. three butterflies, in pale, sa.
'

or. Bolowr, ar. a harvest-fly, in pale, volant en arriere, \

BoLLKR, gu. three poppy-bolles on their stalks in sa. i

fesse or. Boloicre, sa. a harvest-fly, in pale, volant en ar- \

Boiler, [Devon,] erm. ou a chief az. tlu-ee bolts viere, ar.


ar. BOLRON, ar. a bend, betw. five lozenges, and
BoLLERS, sa. a mamich or. three hammers, sa.
BoLLES. See Bowles. Bolron, [Cheshire,] ar. a bend, fusilly, betv,-. three
BoLLEY, ar. ouachev. sa. betw. three torteauxes, hammers, sa. j

as many bezants. Bolron, ar. a bend, betw. three lozenges in chief,


BoLLEY'N, or, fretty sa. on a chief of the second, and as many mattocks in base, sa.
three plates. Bolt, or Boult, or, on a chev. betw. three '

Boleyn, [Sir Geoffrey, Lord Mayor of London, cross crosslets, fitchue, gu. a lion, passimt, guar- '

1457,] quarterly first and fourth, ar. a chev.


; dant, of the field.
gu. betw. three bulls' heads, conpcd, sa.; second Bolter, ar. on a chev. gu. tliree dead men's
and third, sa. three mullets or, and a chief, dan- skulls of the field.
cettee, erm. Boiler, vert, a bend, betw. two bird-bolts, bend-
Boline, ar. three bars, indented, gu. ways, or, point downwards. _ - 1
B O L BON
130LTKSHAM, [Northumberland,] gu. tliree bird- Crest, on a hoUy-lnish, vert, fructed gu. a hawk,
bolts ar. rising, ppr.
Boltsham, [Devon,] ar. three bolts, in pale, g-u. Boulton, sa. a ha^^k ar. on a canton, or, a crab
BoLTOM, ar. on a bend gu. threi- leop;irds' faces gu. quartering az. a chev. betw. two fleurs-de-
or. lisin chief, and a crab in base, or. Crest, on —
Bollon, or, a lion, passanl, guardant, sa. betw. a WTeath, a hawk ar. collared, legged, and
two bendlets gu. belled, gu. the wings expanded, the dexter foot
Bolton, [Sir William, Lord Mayor of London, supporting a shield az. charged with a fleur-de-
1GG7,] sa. a hawk ar. lis or. [Borne by H. Boulton, Esq. of Gibbon-
Bollon, sa. a falcon ar. beaked, jessed, membered, Grove, Leutherhead, Surrey, 1823.]
and belled, or, charged on the breast \vi<h a tre- Botdloii, [Burston, Norfolk,] gu. on a bend,
foil, slipped, ppr. [Granted to Thomas Bol- engr. ar. three leopards' faces of the field.
ton, of Woodbridge, Suffolk, Aitgusl, 2G, Bouleton, [Norfolk,] erm. a saltier gu.
1G15.] EoMi'ON, ar. on a fesse, betw. three crescents, gu.
Bolton, az. three bird-bolts, or. — Crest, aboltgu. a lion, passant, of the second.
in a tun, or. Bomeon, sa. a fesse, fusilly, ar.
Bolton, ti'i. three arro-ws, in pale, fesseways', or, Bomeon, sa. a bend, fusilly, ar.
points to the dexter. —Crest, on a wreath, a tun, BOMSTEn, BONYSTEU, Or BOMST F, ED, [EsseX,]
erect, ppr. transpierced by an arrow, fesse\vavs, az. a fesse, betw. two chev. or.
or. [Borne by Serjeant Bolton, ivJto died Bonisfed, [Essex,] az. a fesse erm. betw. two chev.
1787.] or.
Bolton, ar. a chev. gu. Bon, [Essex,] erm. a chief, indented, sa.
Bolton, ar. a fesso sa. betw. three pellets. Bonn, or Boun, [Northamptonshire,] az. on a bend
Bolton, [Yorkshire,] ar. three door-bolts gu. ar. three mullets gu. pierced of the second.
/io/ZoK, [London,] sa.agos-bavrk ar. armed, jessed, Bonn, or, a cross az.
and belled, or. Bonne, [Friuice,] gu. a lion, rampant, or, on a
Bolton, [Yorkshire and Lancashire,] ar. on a chev. chief, rempli, az. three roses ar.
gu. three hons, passant, guardant, or. (Another, BoNAM, gu. a chev. betw. three crosses, fitchee,
ar.) —
Crest, a buck's head, erased, ar. attired, ar.
or, gorged wth a chaplet, vert, pierced through Bonam, [Hants,] gu. on a chev. wavy, betw.
the neck with an arrow of the second. three crosses formec, fitchee, ar. a crescent of
Bolton, or, on a chev. gu. three lions, passant, the field.
guardant, ar. BoNAK, ar. a saltier az. within a bordure gu. on
Bolton, or Boulton, ar. on a chev. gu. a lion's a chief of the second, a man's arm issuing from
head, or. the dexter, habited ar. holding a shoulder of
Bolton, ar. a lion, rampant, az. fretty of the mutton ppr. to a lion, passant, or. Crest, a —
field. sword, erect, the blade ppr. hilt and pomel or.
Bolton, ar. on a chev. gu. three leopards' heads of [Borne by Thomson Bonar, Esq. of Winches-
the field. ter-House, Old Broad-Street, London, and of
Bolton, az. a tim, with a bird-bolt through it, Chiselhurst, Kent, 1824. Heralds' College,
ppr. 1813.]
Bolton, or Boulton, ar. on a chev. gu. three leo- BoNARWAS, az. three rattle-snake-weed leaves,
pards' faces, or. (Another, of the field.) or, a chief ar.
Bolton, [SntTolk, 1615,] quarterly; first and BoNMiKUT, [France,] per saltier, or and sa.
fourth, a falcon, close, ar. beaked and belled, Bonhrut, purp. a saltier or.
or ; second and third, gu. three wolves' heads, Bond, [Peckham, Surrey, and Cornwall,] ar. on a
erased, or, a trefoil, slipped, in the centre. chev. sa. three bezants. —
Crest, a demi Pegasus
Crest, a falcon, close, ar. chartfed on the breast, az. scmee of estoiles, or.
with a trefoil, slipped, ert, beaked and belled,
-s Bond, [Loudon,] barry wavy of six, ar. and az.
or. on a chief sa. two leopards, passiuit, of the
Boulton, [Suffolk,] ar. on a thev. gu. a leopard's first, betw. as many anchors, or.
face of the field. Bond, [Sir George, Lord Mayor of London,
Boulton, [Norfolk,] gu. on a bend engr. ar. three 1587,] ar. on a chev. sa. three bezants, in chief
leopards' faces of the field. a crescent gu.
Boulton, [Yorkshire and Norfolk,] ar. on a bend, Bond, or Bonde, sa, a fesse, or.
engr. gu. three leopards' faces of the field. Bonde, [Coventry, Warwickshire,] ar. achev.sa
[
o]
BON BON
betw. three hurts, charged with as many es- Bonvile, [Devon,] or, ou a beud sa. tluee mullets
toiles, or, on a chief gu. tliree cinquefoils of ar. (Another, or.)
the field. Bonvile, or, a bend sa.
Bondc, [Dorchester,] ar. a chev. sa. charged with Bonvile, ar. a chief or.
three bezants. — Crest, a hou, sojaiit, ar. BoNFiEi.D, az. a chev. betw. three pears or.
(Another crest, a denii Pegasus az. ^\•inged and Boncficld, az. a chev. guttee d'or.
gutfee d'or.) Bonefild, az. a chev. betw. three bears, passant,
Bonde, ar. two beudlets sa. in the sinister chief gu.
point a cross crosslet of the second. BoNiiSiiY, sa. a fosse vair, betw. three water-
Bonde, sa. a fesse or, in the dexter chief point a bougets or.
crescent ar. BoxFOY, or BuNFOY, [Haves, Middlesex,] az.
BoNDiviLE, or BoNViLE. See Bonevilli;. ou a cross ar. a huuuui heart g'vi. Crest, an —
BoNDLEii, ar. two Cornish choughs, iu pale, ai-m, coujjed and erect, in armour ppr. liolchng
ppr. in the gauntlet, a cross calvary gu.
BoNDY, or, a bend, and ou the suiister side two BoNGAM, az. three garbs or.
bendlets, vert. BONGEY, [Loudon, 123.0,] az. a lion, passant,
Bone, or Boun, ar. oji a bend az. flu-ee fleurs- or, betw. three bezants.
de-lis or. BoNGiiEON, ar. a chev. betw. tliree crosses bot-
Bone, or Bonn, [Norfolk,] or, a cross az. tonee, fitcliee, sa.
Bone, or, on a bend az. three fleurs-de-lis gold. BoNCHEKON, ar. on a beud sa. three martlets of
BoNEFAT, ar. ou a beud gu. three catharine- the field.
wheels or. BoNGiLLON, quarterly; or aud gu. in the first
BoNEFiKLU. See Bonfield. and fourth, a beud sa. iu the secoud and third,
BoNEiiAM, or BoNHAM. See Bonham. three bezants.
BONERY, ar. on a bend sa. three rocks of the BoNGHOLL, or BungaIjE, gu. tlu-ce augers ar.
field. handles or.
BoNETT, or BoNOTT, chequy ar. and gu. on a Bonham, [V/iltshire,] gu. a fesse, wavy, betw.
two mullets with six points, pierced,
chief az. three crosses formee, fitchee, ar. (Another,
of the first. of Essex, fitchee in the foot.)
Bonctl, chequy, or and gu. a chief az. Bojiham, gu. a chev. bcfriv. three cross crosslets,
Bonnet, ar. on a chev. sa. cottlsed gu. three be- fitchee, ar. —
Crest, on a wreath, a dragon's
zants; in chief, two mullets of the second, head ar. guttee de sang. [Borne hi/ Tlioinas
pierced of the third; in base, a hurt, cliarged Bonham, Esq. of Pelcrsfield, Hants, 1823.]
with a fleur-de-lis or. Crest, an —
unicorn's Boneham, or Bonham, sa. a chev. wavy, betw.
head, coupcd, vert, purfled and crijied, or. three cross crosslets, fitchee, ar.
\_Grnni.ed to Benjamin Bonnet, of London, late BoNYSTED, [Essex.] The same as Bo.msted.
'-
of Die, in the Province of DaupMny, in France, Boniface, puq). a cross patonce ar.
1751.] Boni/face, ar. a fret, engr. sa.
BONEVILLE, or BoNViLE, [Devon,] or, ou a Bonijface, or Bonfys, ar. a fesse, betw. three lo-
bend sa. three mullets ar. pierced of the se- zenges az.
cond. BoNiNCTON, [Loudon,] sa. six annulets or.
BoneviUe, Bonvill, or Bonville, [Devon,] sa. six Bonivillers, [France,] sa. a bend betw. ten
mullets, ar. three, two, and one, pierced gu. billets ar.
Bonevilc, gu. a lozenge, flory, ar. charged with a Bonn, or Boun. See Bon.
bend sa. Bon NELL, [Norfolk,] or, alien, rampant, betw.
Bonvill, sa. sLx mullets ar. pierced gu. a beacon eight cross crosslets, az. —
Crest, a lion, ram-
az. pant, or, holding betw. the fore-feet a cross
Bonvill, ar. on a bend sa. three mullets of the crosslet az.
field. Bonnell, [London,] ar. a cross gu. quarterly,
Bondivile, or Bojivile, [Sponton, Yorkshire,] sa. pierced ; nine crosses, tlu-ee, three, and three,
six muliet-s, pierced, ar. three, two, and one. counterchiuigcd. —
Crest, a domi lion, erased,
Bondivile, or Bonvill, [Devon,] sa. six mullets ar. or, pellettee, his tail forked and interlaced, sup-
three, t\vo, and one. porting, iu his pa^vs, a spear of the third.
Bonncval, [France,] ar. on a fesse az, three escal- [Grunted, hy Thomas St. George, on/iolGOl.]
lops or. Bonner, quarterly, gu. and sa. a cross pattee,
Bonvile, sa. six mullets, tliree, two, and one. quarterly, couuterchaugcd erm. and or, on a
BOO BOO
chief of the a demi rose, streaming with
last, Nottinghamshire,] or, an eagle, displayed,
tiiys, bet\v. two pelicans, vuining themselves of vert, ducally crowned of the first, beaked and
the first. menibcred gu. within a bordure az. charged with
Bonner, erra. a chief, indented, sa. three fleurs-de-lis or. [Heralds' OJice, JjOndon,
Bonner, [Somerset,] gu. a crescent crjn- v ithin an C. 24.]
orle of martlets or. Booker. The same, but with eight fleurs-de-lis.
Bonner, or Rydell, [Oxford, 1574,] paly of six, {Granted, to Booker, alias Boocher, of
or and gu. on a chief az. three lions, rampant, London, hi) William Seyar, Clarenccux.]
or. —
Crest, a talbot's head ar. collared az. studded Bnoit, or Bore, gu. a boar, passant, ar.
and ringed or. Bore, az. three bofirs' heads or.
BoNNKT. See Bonett. BooRDE, or BoURDE, [Suffolk,] ar. a chev. gu.
BoNNV, az. three pair of compasses or, pointed betw. three lions, rampant, sa.
sa. Ijoorne. See ]5ourne.
BONOVRIER, [London and France,] or, two an- ]j00T, ar. a boot sa. top turned down or, soled
chors, in saltier, sa. a chief, invected, az.
BONSOR, per fesse, az. and ar. a pale connter- Boole, three boots sa. turned down gu.
ar.
changed, three lions' heads, erased, or, on a Boote, ar. three boots sa. tops or.
chief, indented, erminois, three roses gu. barbed Boole, ar. two ])utch boots, the soles erect, em-

and seeded ppr. Crest, on a wreath, a staff bowed at the knees, and indorsed, sa. issuaiit
ragul}', fesseways, or, thereon a wolf, passant, out of a pile in base vert, spurred or.
sa. collared and chain reflexed over the back Booth, [Chesliire,] az. three boars' heads, couped,
gold, the dexter fore-paw resting npon a rose, ar. armed or, the middlemost on a sword of the
as in the arms. [Boriie by Joseph Bonsor, of second, pomel and hilt of the thii-d. Crest, a —
London and Polesdet:, Surrey, Esq.] Sub- A lion, passant, ar.
scriber. See Plate of Ai-ms. Booth, sa. a cockatrice ar.
BoNTKVlLLEN, [Northumberland,] ar. a fesse, Booth, ar. three boars' heads, couped, sa. Crest, —
bet\v. three crescents,go. a boar's head, couped, sa. [Granted hy Seyar.]
Bonus, or Bonest, [London,] verl, two bars Booth, [London.] The same.
gemelles, three roses, ar. —
Crest, a talbot's Booth, ar. three boars' heads, erect and erased,
head, couped, ar. sa. armed or.— Crest, a lion, passtmt, ar.
BoNWiCK, [Surrey,] chcquy, or and sa. on a Booth, [Derbyshire.] The same arms, with a mul-
chief gu. two estoiles or, a crescent for let for difference. —
Crest, a demi St. Catharine
difference. —
Crest, a lion's head, erased, gu. ppr. couped at the knees, habited ar. cro^raed
charged with an estoile or, a crescent for dif- or, in the dexter hand a catharine-wheel, in the
ference. sinister a sword, the point downwards.
BONVCHON, [Cornwall,] ar. a chev. betw. three Booth, [Bucks.] The same arms. Crest, a por- —
fleurs-de-lis sa. cupine's head, erased.
BonycJton, ar. a chev. gu. betw. tlu:ee fleurs-de-lis Booth, [Cheshire.] The same arms. Crest, on —
sa. a wieath, a chaplet vert, thereon a lion, pas-
BoNYFACE. See Boniface. sant, ar.
BoNYFANT, sa. three infants' heads, couped at Booth, or Boivth, [Killingham, Lincolnshire.]
the shoulders, ppr. crined or. The same.
BoNYMAN, [Scotland,] ar. a naked man, shoot- Booth, ar. a tun gu. betw. tluee boars' heads,
ing au arrow out of a bow, gu. erased and erect, sa.
Boniman, ar. a bonicerbus' head, couped, ppr. Booth, barry of six, az. and ar. a bend, gobona-
BoNYS, erm. three bows ppr. ted, or and gu.
BoNYTHAM, ar. a chev. betw. three fleurs-de-lis Booth, ar. three horse-shoes, and six cross cross-
sa. lets, fitchee, sa.
BooDK, [Essex,] two chev. betw. twelve es-
sa. Booth, [Cheshire,] or, three boars' heads, erect
callops i\r. six, three, and three. and erased, sa. armed of the field.
Boode, ar. a hmb of a tree, ragided and trunked, Booth, ar. a boar's head, erect and erased, sa.
with a leaf stalked and peudejit on each side, Booth, vaire, ar. and gu. in chief a mullet, sa.
vert. Booth i!Y, [Bradley- Ashe, DerbyshLre,] ar. on a
BooKE, [London,] ar. on a chev. gu. betw. three canton sa. a lion's ganib, erect and erased,
buck.s' heads sa. an annulet ar.
Booker, [London, descended from AVoodhouse,
or. — Crest, a lion's gamb, erect and erased, or.
Booty, [Suflblk,] ar. a lion's head, erased, sa
[ o 2]
R O R B O R
— Crest, on a mount vert, a hand ppr. couped or and gu. on a bend sa. three annulets of the
at tie wrist, holdins^ a sword ar. liilt or. [Granted first.
January 2, 1300.] BoRGlTON, quarterly, or and gu. on a bend sa. a
Booz, az. a boas serpent or. mullet or, pierced of the third.
Borage. See Burridge. BoRGOiGNE. See Burgoine.
BoRARn, paly of six, or and az. over all, a fesse BoRGON, az. a talbot, passant, ar. in chief a mul-
ar. let or, pierced sa.
BORASTON, [Vforcester and Hertford, 1606,] Borgon, [Devon.] The same.
quarterly, ar. and sa. on a bend, cottised, gu. BoRGRY.S, a fesse frefty, betw. three ra-
three crosses formec, fitchee, or. Crest, out of— vens, ar. beaked and legged gu.
a mural coronet sa. a griffin's head or, gorged BORGULION, quarterly, or and gu. on the second
with a fesse, betw. two gemelles gu. and tliird quarteis (each) three annulets ai. a
BoRCKWORTli, ar. on a saltier .sa. a label gu. bend sa.
BoRCKEN, or BocKEN, gu. an arrow, on BoRHONT, [Hants,] ar. a fesse, betw. six mart-
each side (where the feathers should be) three lets, gu.
ostrich feathers ar. the barb erect or. Borhnnf, or Borham, or, three boars' heads,
BoRDET, or BuRUETT, [Leicester,] az. two couped, sa.
bars or. BoRKA\YEr.L, or BoRKAVELL, ar. a fret ax.
BoRDROUCH, vert, a bordure ar. B0RK.XOGE, ar. a bend, engT. betw. three cross
Bore, [Kent,] gu. a boar, passant, ar. crosslets, fitchee, gu.
Bore, heads or.
az. three boars' BoRLACK, [Treluddi-o, Cornwall,] erm. on a bend
BoREFEiLn, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three pel- sa. two hands and arms issuing out of the clouds
lets. at the elbows, all ppr. rending a horse-shoe or.
BoREHONT, [Hants,] ar. a fesse, betw. six mart- —Crest, a boar's head, couped at the neck,
lets, gu. bendy of four, or and sa. cared gu. betw. two
Borehnnl, or, three boars' heads, couped, sa. roses of the last, stalked and leaved vert.
EoRELEY, or BoRSELJ:y, [Wilts,] vert, three Borlase, [Bockmer, Bucks.] The si\me arms.
boar.s' heads, coujied, ar. —Crest, a wolf, passant, reguardant, ar. struck
BORELL, or BURRELL. See BURRELL. in the shoulder with an arrow or, which he holds
Borewashe, [Ireland,] gu. a lion or, armed az. in his mouth.
tail forked. See BuRWASii. BoRLACH, vert, a pile and two demi ones, cm-
Borford, erm. on a canton sa. a cinqucfoil bowed and fixed to the sides, ar. each charged,
or. in chief, with a torteaux.
Borford, [Staffordshire,] or, a fleur-de-lis sa. BoRLE>fAT, gu. an ineseocheon, betn". three
Boreford, or Berford, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three martlets, ar.
pellets. BoRLEY, [Essex,] erm. three talbots, passant,
BORGAT, BURGAT, or BORGAOE, [Suffolk,] sa.
paly of six, ar. and sa. (Jnother, or and Borley, barry of six, sa. and
on a chief of the
or,
sa.) second, two palets of the first on an inescocJieon
BORGE, or BoRGES, [Suffolk,] lozengy, gn. and gu. three bars erm.
vair. BoRMAN, ar. a chev. betw. three horses, passant,
BoRGENTYN, ar. a lion, rampant, sa. sa.
BORGES, [Kent,] ar. a fesse chequy, or and gu. Barman, [Devon and Somersetshire,] erm. on a
in chief three cross crosslets, fitchee, of the bend, cottised, sa. three boars' heads, couj)ed,
third. or. — Crest, a bull's head, erased, or, attired
BoRGHiLL, [Salop,] paly of six, ar. and az. a sa.
bend gu. Borjnan, gu. a chev. sa. betw. three lions' heads,
BouGiiUi.i,, [Ireland,] paly of six, ar. and sa. erased, ar.
on a bend gu. three escallops or. BORMINGHALL, sa. three butterflies irr.— Crest,
BoRGILLON, quarterly, or and gu. on the second a wolf's head gu.
and third quarters an annulet of the first, over BoRNAT, ar. a naked man ppr. holding a sword
all,a bend sa. with both his hands, to cut a tree gTO-«-ing out of
Burgillone, [Norfolk,] q\iarterly, or and gu. a a mount in'base vert, on a chief az. a crescent,
bend sa. in the second and third quarters a betw. tn'o stars, of the first.
roundle, pierced, ar. Borne. See Bourne.
Borgilon, or Bouryilon, [^yorcester,] quarterly. BORNEHAM, or, a maunch az.
B O R BOS
liornam, or, a bend, betw. two cross crosslcts, Burrovcs, or Burrows, or, on a cross gu. five
sa. mullet.^, ar. on a canton gu. a hon, passant, of
HoKON, or, a bull, passant, gii. the first. — Crest, a hon, sejant, ar. ducally
JJoROUGH, [Ireland,] or, a cross ^u. (Another crowned or.
adds a lioii, passant, of tlie second.) RoROWDDN, two cintpiefoils sa.
ar.
Borough, [Shipdliam, Norfolk,] gii. two swords, BoRRKTT, [Inner Temple, and Westraorciaud,]
ill saltier, ar. hilts and pomels or, betw. four ermines, three boars' heads, erect and erased,
fleurs-de-lis of tiie third, witliin a bordure, go- or. —
Crest, a boar's head and neck, erased, of a
bonated, ar. and purp. sandy colour, bristled or, laying hold of a bro-
Borough. The same, without the bordure. ken spear, which is thrust through his neck
Borough, [Borough, Leicestershire,] gu. the stem or.
and trunk of a tree, eradicated, ,is also couped, BoRS, or BoKSF.Y, barry of six, or and sa. an
in pale, sprouting out two branches ar. iuescocheon erm.
Borough, alias Sfockclcn. The same. Borse, or Borscg, erm. two bars, and a canton,
Borough, per chev. ar. and erm. two chev. sa. g"-
betw. three chaplets gu. BoRSELLE, sa. a fesse ivc.
Borough, [Sandwich, Kent,] or, on a cross gu. EoRSONT, [Hants,] ar. a fesse, betw. six martlets,
five mullets, pierced, of the field.— Crest, a gu-
dove, standing on a snake, all ppr. BORSTING, quarterly, ar. and gu. ou a bend az.
Borough, quarterly, or and az. a bend gu. three lions' heads, erased, or.
Borough, [Lincolnshire, and Richmond, York- BORTHICK, [Scotland, ]ar. an eagle's head, couped,
sliirc,] ar.ou a saltier sa. five swans of tlie field. betw. three cinquefoils, sa.
— Crest, a swan's head and neck ar. beaked Borthwic/c, [Scotland,] ar. an eagle's head, erased,
gu. betw. three cinquefoils, sa. —
Crest, a withered
Borough, [Norliam, Devon, and Kent,] az. a rose-bush, sprouting anew out of the root.
bend, wavy, ar. betw. two fleurs-de-lis erm. Borthwick, [Scotland,] ar. a gTitfin's head, couped,

C Another, or.) Crest, a pair of wings iu dorso betw. three cinquefoils, pierced, sa.
erm. Borthwick, [Scotland,] ar. three cinquefoils
Borough, [Devon,] ar. on a fesse, dancettcc, sa. sa.
three bezants. Borihunc/c, ar. a crescent, betw. three cinquefoils,
Borough, ar. (another, or,) a chev. sa. voided sa. within a bordure erm. —
Crest, a dexter hand,
erm. betw. three chaplets gu. couped, apaumee, with an eye in the middle,
Borough, ar. on a fesse sa. three bezants. ppr. _

Borough, [Devon,] erm. a falcon's head, erased, Borthwick, ar. a heart gu. betw. three cinquefoils,
az. beaked or, betw. three fleurs-de-lis of the sa. —
Crest, an eagle, rising, ppr.
second. BoRTON, [Stapleford,] ar. on a chev. eugT. betw.
Borough, sa. two swords, in saltier,' ar. betw. four three boars' heads, coui)ed, sa. a plate. Crest, —
fleurs-de-lis or. a boar's head, couped, or, in his mouth a branch
Borrow, [J^erby,] on a mount in base, the
ar. of laurel vert.
trunk of an oak-tree, sprouting out two branches, Borton, sa. a chev. betw. tluee owls, ar. ducally
ppr. with the shield of Pallas hanging thereon, crowned or.
or, fastened by a belt gu. —
Crest, an eagle, re- BoRTRAM, gu. a fesse or.
guardanf, with wings expanded, standing on a BoRTRAUX, or, a hon vert.
mount, ppr. supporting with the dexter foot Bortreaux, chcquy, gu. and or, a bend vair.
the like shield, as in the arms. [Granted Bortereaitx, chequy, or and gu. on a chev. az.
1702.] tliree horse-shoes ar.
Boroue, ar. a chev. erm. fimbriated sa. betw. three Bos AN, sa. two bird-bolts, in saltier, points down-
chaplets of flowers g-u. wards, ar.
Burrough, or Borough, [Lincolnshire,] az. three BosANQUET, [Essex,] or, on a mount vert,
fleurs-de-lis erm. a tree ppr. a cliief gu. charged with a crescent
Burrough, [Suffolk,] ar. two chev. vert, betw. betw. t\so mullets ar. —
Crest, a demi hon, ram-
three chaplets or. pant, couped, gu. [Borne by Samuel Bosan-
Burrough, az. three fleurs-de-Us erm. Crest, an — quet, Esq. of Forest-House, Legion, Esse.v,
eagle, witli wings expanded, erm. 1S2.1.]
Burrowe, or Borough, [Suffolk,] or, on a cross gu. BoSARDE, ar. a fesse, betw. three bugle-horns
five mullets, ar. unstrung, sa.
BOS B () S
BoscoAN, vert, a bull ar. attired and uno^uled or, Bosson, Efu. three bird-bolts ar.
on a chief erin. a rose gii. Bosson, [Devon,] az. tiiree bird-bolt.s, in pale,
/ioiffnetn, [Corinvali,] erni. arose ga. barbed vert. ar.
The ori^al a falcon, close, ppr.
crest, The Bossu, g-u. a cinquefoil erm.
family have since bonio a boar, passnnt, gu. BoSTALL, sa. a chev. ar. and a canton erm.
armed .and membcred or, which is the crest of BosTOCK, [Salop,] sa. a helmet ar.^ Crest, — a
Alhalanda. martlet ar.
Bosch ALL, or Bosthall, sa. a chev. ar. and BosiocJc, [Abingdon, Berks,] quarterly ; first and
canton erm. (Another, tiie canton ar.) fourth, sa. a helmet ar. ; second and third, sa. a
Bo.scoE, ii/. three pillars ar. oat of each a tuft of fesse, hiimettec, ar. — Crest, au antelope ar. attired
pass or. or.
Bo.^KViLK, ar. a fesse, lor.enp^y, g:u. Bostnch, [Cheshire,] sa. a fesse, humettee, ar.
BoSFORD, or Besford, gu. a fesse, betw. six (Another, adds a label of five points of the se-
pears, or. cond.) —
Crest, on a stump of a tree, eradicated,
BosGRAVE, ar. on a cross, engr. sa. a griffin, se- ar. a bear's head, erased, sa. muzzled or.
greaiit, of the — Crest,
a boar's head,
first. (Another crest, an antelope or.)
erased, ar. betw. two oak branches vert, fnicted Bostocke, [Cheshire,] sa. a hnmet ar.
or. Boston, vert, a lion, rampant, ar. cro^vned
BosiiF.Y, per fesse, embattled, ar. and erm. in or.
chief three leopards' faces gu. BoSTREV, quarterly, ar. and gu. on a bend sa.
Boshcij, or Boss/ie, erm. on a chief, embattled, gu. three bezants.
three leopards' faces or. BosuSTO, [Cornwall,] az. three escallops ar.
BosiN', ar. two elephants' trunks,- rellexed, en- Bosusio, az. tliree escallops erm.
dorsed, gobony, or and gn. fixed upon a hairy BosviLL, [Staffordshire,] ar. five fusils, in fesse,
scalp, with two eai-s, sa. gu. in chief three bears' heads, erased, sa. muz-
BoSLEY, [Staft'ordshire,] ar. on a fesse, engr. zled of the field.
betw. three cinquefoils, sa. three fleurs-de-lis of Bosvill, [Wormsworth, Yorkshire,] ar. five fusils,
the field. in fesse, gu. iu chief three mullets sa. a crescent
BoSLiNTiiORP, or BoRELiNGTHORP, [Lmcoln- for difference.
shire,] ar. a chev. gu. and chief, indented, Bosvill, ar. five fusils, in fesse, ^. and in chief
sa. three leaves, .slipped, sa.
BosoGAST, [France,] az. three round hollowing Bosvill, ar. five fusils, in fesse, gu. iu chief three
hooks, in pale, the middle couiiterpointed, ar. martlets sa.
handles or. Bosvill, w. five fusils, in fesse, gu. in chief three
BosOME, or BuSSUM, ar. three bird-bolts gu. escallops sa.
feathered and headed or. Bosvile, or Bosville, ar. on a bend az. three mul-
Bosotiie, ar. three besoms g-u. lets or. (Another, the mullets of six points.)
Bosome, ar. three arrows, blunted, gu. Bosvile, ar. on a chev. az. three mullets or.
Bosome, sa. three bird-bolts, iu saltier, ar. Bosvile, ar. five fusils, iu fesse, gu. each charged
Bosome, [Cornwall,] az. three bird-bolts ar. with a martlet or, in chief three bears' heads,
Bosome, [Norfolk,] gu. three bird-bolts iU-. erased, sa. muzzled of the third. [Granted to
Bosujii, [Windley, Norfolk,] ar. three boars' heads, Dr. William. Bosvill, June 10, 1G3S.]
couped, az. —
Crest, a talbot's head, erased, ar. BoSAYELL, [Yorkshire.] The same as BosviLE
eared and ducally crowned or. last mentioned.
BosouN, ar. three torteauxes. Boswell, ar. a fesse, engr. gu. in chief three mul-
BOSSARU, az. three covered cups ar. See Bus- lets sa.
SARD. Bosuell, [Kent,] ar. five fusils, in fesse, gu.
BosSELL, ar. on a chief gu. three bezants. Bosuell, [Yorkshire,] ar. five fusils, in fesse, and
Bos.SEN_, or, three rhinocerotis (birds) heads, three bears' heads, in chief, ei'ased, sa. Crest, —
couped, sa. out of a wood ppr. a bull, passant, ar.
Bos.SNE, [Earl of Leicester,] ^i. a cinquefoil, Boswell, az. five fusils, in fesse, gii. in chief three
pierced, erm. griflins' heads, erased, sa.
BossoN, ar. three pewterers' spoon-hammers, az. Boswell, [Yorkshire and Kent,] ar. five lozenges,
handles sa. in fesse, gu. and in chief three bears' heads,
Bossoii, [Leicestershire,] ar. three bird-bolts erased, sa. muzzled or. Crest,— a lion's
gu. head
B O T B O 1^

Bosicell, [Scotland,] ar. on a fesse sa. tliree cinque- Boteler, [Essex,] ar. on a bend gu. three lozenges
foils of the field. erm.
Bosicell, [Scotland.] The same, witliin a bordure Boteler, [liuncashire,] gu. a bend betw. three
gu. covered cups or.
BoSWORTH, gu. a cross vair, betw. four annulets Boleler, gu. a fesse, componee, ar. and sa. betw.
ar. six cross crosslets, fitchee, ar.
liosv:orih, or, a lion, rampant, gv. collared ar. Boteler, [Sufiblk,] ar. three covered cups, in bend,
J50TAT0RT, [Norfolk,] or, a saltier, engr. sa. betw. two cottises, sa.
(Another, with a label of three points gu.) Boteler, [Coventry,] az. a fesse, betw. three cups,
Botatort, erm. a saltier, engr. gu. covered, or.
Botatort, or Botetourt, or, three bends az. a can- Boleler, or, a chief, indented, az. a label ar.
ton ar. Boteler, three cups, covered, or.
BoTEL.^N, or BoTELAND, gu. two bars erm. Boteler, az. a chev. betw. three cups, covered,
BoTKLEK, gu. a fesse, chequy, ar. and sa. two or.
mullets in chief gu. Boteler, or, a chief, indented, az.
Boleler, gu. a tesse, compony, ar. and sa. betw. Boteler, or, a chief, indented, az. wthin a bordure,
six cross crosslets or. engr. gu.
Boleler, [Salop,] gu. a fesse compony, or and sa. Boteler, [Lord Dunblaine,] or, a chief, indented,
betw. six cross crosslets ar. az. over all, on a bend sa. three escallops
Bolder, a fesse, chequy, or and az. bet^v. six
ar. ar.
cross crosslets sa. [Granted, to Vt^ilUam Bote- Boteler, or, on a chief, indented, az. three cups,
kr, of Kyrlons, Bedfordshire, hij Robert Cook, covered, or.
Clareiicieux, May 8, 1585.] Boteler, erm. a saltier, engr. gu.
Boieler, [Woodhall, Hertfordshire,] gu. a fesse, Boteler, ar. on a bend gu. three chev. or.
chequy, or aiid sa. bet^v. six crosses pattee ar. Boteler, az. on a fesse ar. betw. three cups, co-
— Crest, an arm, embowed, in armour, holding vered, or, tlu-ee birds sa.
a sword ppr. Boteler, gu. a fesse, componee, ar. and sa. betw.
Boleler, [Kent,] or, three escocheons sa. on each SLx cross crosslets, fitchee, or.
a covered cup or.-— Crest, a covered cup or, Boteler, [Leicestershire,] gu. seraee de cross cross-
betw. a pair of wings, endorsed, the dexter ar. lets or, a fesse, componee, ar. and sa.
sinister az. BoTELFORD, [Suffolk,] gu. three horses' heads,
Bottler, [Bedfordshire,] g-u. a fesse, counter-com- couped, in pale, ar. betw. two flaunches, erm.
])0!iy, (another, chequy,) ar. and sa. betw. six BoTELLE, ar. a fesse, betw. three escallops, sa.
crosses, forniec, fitchee, or. BoTER, gyronny of eight, erm. and gu.
Boleler, ar. a fesse, betw. three escallops sa. BoTEREAX, [Cornwall,] ar. three toads, erect,
Boleler, [Tesfon, Kent,] ar. on a chief sa. tluee sa.
covered cups or. BoTERELL, [Cornwall,] chequy. or and gu. on a
Boleler, [Slu-opshlre,] gu. a fesse, chequy, ar. chev. az. three horse-shoes of the first.
and sa. betw. ten cross crosslets or. (Another, Botercl, gu. seven bezants, on a canton ar. a
six.) c'uquefcil sa.
Boleler, gu. two bars erm. Botlcrell, or Botriell, ar. aliou, rampant, sa. and
Botcler, gu. a fesse, betw. three covered cups, chief gu.
ar. Bolterell, gu. ten bezants, four, three, two, and
Boleler, az. on a bend ar. three martlets gu. one, on a canton ar. an annulet, pierced, sa.
Boteler, [Loudon,] az. a chev. ar. betw. tliree Botrell, [Salop,] chequy, or and gu. on a chev.
standing cups or. of the second, three fleurs-de-lis of the first.
Botcler, or Butler, [Lancashire,] az. a bend, betw. Boltrell, [Essex,] chequy, or and gu. a chev. az.
six cups, covered, or. BoTERELLS, [Devon.] The same.
Boteler, or, a chief, indented, az. (Another, Boterells, chequy, or and gu. on a chev. az. tliree
ar.) fleurs-de-lis or.
Boteler, gu. a fesse, chequy, ar. and sa. betw. BoTEFORD, [Devon,] on a bend sa. three
ar.
three crosses (lurtee, ar. butterflies of the first. (Another, the field, or.)
Botcler, gu. a fesse, chequy, ar. and sa. in chief Boleford, [Devon,] ar. on a bend sa. three wa-
two mullets of the second. ter-bougcts of the field.
Boleler, gu. a fesse, chequy, or and az. betw. six BoTERivER, ar. on a chief sa. tliree covered cups
cross crosslets ar.
EOT B O U
BoTliRWiKE, ar. on a beud sa. tliree butterflies BoTT, or, a chev. erm. betw.
[Staflfordshire,]
or. three mullets sa. pierced of the field.
Boterivike, ar. on a bend vert, three butterflies of Bottle, vert, a harvest-bottle or.
the field. Boi'TKEY, [Suffolk,] az. on a chev. betw. three
Bolcrwike, ar. on a bend vert, three water-bougets cross crosslets, fitchee, or, three boars' heads,
of the field. couped, gu.
lloleritnke, ar. on a bend az. three butterflies or. BoT\ elIjAINE, ar. a fesse, betw. three crescents
BoTiiSCilST, gu. two lions, passant, ar. cro^vned
or. BouANT, ar. a chev. gu. within a bordure sa. be-
BoTnSHAM, ^vl. three plates. zant 6e.
BoTEVlLE, alias Thynxe, [Salop,] barry often, BoUBRET, purp. a saltier, eugT. or.
or and sa. —
Crest, a rein deer or. BoucEToR, erm. a saltier, engr. gu.
Bote.ville,barry of ten, or and sa. a label of five Boucetor, erm. on a saltier, cngr. gu. a mullet
points az. or.
Boteville, bendy of ten, or and sa. BoucHE, or, on a cross sa. five escallop shells
BoTFriT, sa.on a fesse vert, three lozenges, ar. —
Crest, a saracen's head, couped at the
betvv. as many hart's heads, conped at tlie shoulders, and full-faced, ppr. wreathed about
shoulder, ar. the temples ar. and sa.
BoTFUST, [Suffolk,] ar. a lion, rampant, sa. Boucher, sa. a chev. erm. betw. three leopards,
(Another adds a label of tlirce points az.) passant, guardant, or. —
Crest, on a wreath, a
BoTHALL, or, an orle az. greyhound, sejant, ar. collared and lined or.
Both AM, [York.shire,] ar. six pellets sa. [Borne hj William Boucher, Esq. of Salisbury,
Both ELL, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three (another, 1823.] A Subscriber.
two,) blue-bottles ppr. stalked, vert. Bouchier, [Essex,] sa. three lions, passant, or.
Bothell, ar. three towers, triple-towered, az. Bouchier, [Loudon, descended from Holland,]
Bolhell, ar. a chev. gu betw. three garbs az. ar. on a mount, a tree, on the top an owl,
Bothell, or Bolcll, [Essex,] gu. a chev. betw. ppr. in chief two mullets gu. —
Crest, an owl
three combs ar. ppr.
BoTHNELL, or, on a bend sa. three mullets Bouchier, [Little Stainbridge, Essex,] sa. three
ar. leopards, passant, in pale, or, spotted of the
BoTiiOR, ar. an escarbuncle, staves florettee, sa. field —Crest, a greyhound, sejant, ar. ducJly
BoTHWELL, [Scotland,] az. on a chev. betw. gorged or.
three trefoils, slipped, or, a mullet gu. Botccher, [Lincolnshire,] sa. a chev. or, bet^v.
BoTiNGHAM, [Cornwall,] ar. three bendlets three lamps ar. fire ppr.
gu. Bowcher, az. three water-bougets or.
BoTLESHAM, [Northumberhmd,] gu. three bud- Bourcher. See Bourcfier.
bolts, in pale, ar. Bonrchier. See Bourchier.
BoTOCKSiiEH, or BoTESiiED. See Bro- BouciiURTS, or, four chev. and a palet, con-
DOCK.SUAW. joined, gu.
BoTTON, ar. a pale, wavy, sa. BoiicnwiTZ, per pale, az. and gu. four chev.
BoTKEUX, [Cornwall,] ar. a griffin, segrcant, gu. counterchaiiged.
armed az. BoUG, or, a fret of six pieces sa. charged with
Botreux, chequy, or and gu. a bend vair. cross crosslets ar.
Botreux, chequy, or and gu. a bend vert. Bonge, [Thurcaston, Leicestershire,] or, on a
Botreux, or, a lion, rampant, vert. fesse sa. tliree water-bougets ar. — Crest, a bat,
Botreux, paly, wavy, of six, or and gni. displayed, ar.
Botreux, or Botreanlx, [Devon,] chequy, or and Boiif/e, ar. a fret sa. charged with cross
gu. on a chev. az. three horse-shoes ar. crosslets, fitchee, ar.
Botreaux, [Cockerraouth, Cumberland,] ar. three Bouglie, [Gloucester,] gu. a fesse vair, betw. three
toads, erect, sa. mullets ar.
Botreaux, ar. a griffin, segreant, gu. membered, BoHGiiAN, [Lincolnshire,] az. on a bend ar. cot-
az. tised or, three torteauxes.
BoTEREULX, chequy, or and gu. abend az. BoiiGUEY, [Cotton, Staflbrdshire,] ar. three
BuTni.NGHAM, [Devon,] ar. three bendlets gu. stags' heads, cahossed, sa.
Botringham, ar. an eagle, displayed, vert, mem- BoUGHTELL, [Bodniyn, Cornwall,] per pale,
bered gu. crowned or. gu. and sa. an estoile of eight points, issuant
B O U B O U
from a crescent or. [Granted to Sir David faced, p])r.couped at the shoulders, habited
Boughtell, of Bodmyn, Cornwall, 1(>0G.] vert, collared or, on his head a ducal coronet,
BouGHTON, [La^rford, ^\'ar^vjtks!lirt^] s;i. tliree gold, out of which a long cap hanging fonvard
crescents or.— Crest, a lion's head, couped, gu. tassellcdor.
or. Bourchier, [London.] sa. a chev. erm. betw. three
Bouyhton, [I'ssex, 159."),] or. a chev. ermines, wolves or.
betw. three crosses, tonnee, fitchee, sa. Bourchier, [Essex,] sa. three leopards, passant,
Boughton, ar. on a chev. betw. three crosses, in pale, or, a crescent for difierence.
fitchee, sa. as many bncks' heads, cabossed, Bourchier. sa. three leopards, in pale, or, spotted
or. sa. —
Crest, a greyhound, salient, or.
Boughlon, [Yorkshire,] ar. on a bend sa. three Bourchier, ar. on a cross engr. gu. betw. four
mai'tlets of the field. ogresses, a label az. fleury, or.
Bouyhlon, w. a chev sa. charged uith tliree bucks' Bourchier, az. a chev. betw. three martlets ar.
heads, cabossed, or, on a chief gu. a goat, Bourchier, ar. on a cro.>;s, engr. gu. betw. four
trippaut, of the field. ogresses, a label of five points az.
Bouyhlon, ar. a chev. couped, ('«;(0^/((?r, indented,) BouRGKLAND, jjer bend, in point to the sinister
betw. three crosses bottonec, fitchee, sa. az. and or.
Bouyhlon, [Warwickshire,] an. on a fesse, betw. BOURDE. SeeBooRDE.
three goats' heads, erased, ar. attired or, as BoURDEN, az. three hautboys, betw. as many
many tleius-de-lis az. cross crosslets, or.
Bouyhlon, [Kent,] ar. a fesse, dancettee, betw. BouRDM.AN, sa. on a bend, cottiscd, ar. three
three cross crosslcts, sa. mascles of the first.
Bouyhlon, [Kent,] gu. a fesse, betw. three goats' Bourdon, [Scotland,] az. a mound or, crossed
heads, erased, ar. attired or. gu. betw. two bourden-staves, (i.e. battle-axes,)
Bouyhlon, sa. three owls ar. armed or. paleways, ppr. —
Crest, a lion, rampant, ar.
Bouyhlon, [Kent,] ar. a fesse, indented, betw. holduig a battle-axe ppr.
tlu'ee cross crosslets sa. BouRGHDON, ar. three cinqirefoils sa.
BoULSTiD, or 130LLSTRED, [Devonslurc.] See BouRGES. See Bubges. •

BULSTRODE. BouRGHOPE. The same as BuRHOP.


Boulter. See Boltkr. Bouryhope, [Ireland,] paly of six, ar. and sa. on
BouLTO?.;. See Bolton. a bend gu. three escallops of the first.
BouM, or BowNE, or, a cross az. BouRGYLOUNE, quarterly, or and gu. a bend
Bourne, sa. a chev. per pale, ar. and or, betw. sa. in the second and third quarter a plate,
three grifiius' heads, erased, ar. pierced.
BoUN, gu. a crescent erm. and eight martlets, in Bouryylon, [Worcestershire,] quarterly, or and gu.
orle, or. on a bend sa. three annulets of the first.
Bonn, or, on a bend az. three fleurs-de-lis of the BoURKE, ar. a cross gu. in the dexter chief and
field. sinister base quarters a lion, rampant, of the
BouNCETER, erm. a saltier, engr. gii. (Anollter second, in the sinister chief an eagle, displayed,
adds a label of three points vert.) Anth two heads, sa. in the dexter base a dexter
Bounccter, erm. a saltier, engr. gu. a mullet, hand, couped at the wrist, of the second.
or. Crest, a lion, couchant, guardant, the tail issuing
BoUNTEN, [Scotland,] ar. three bounten-birds from betw. the hind legs or, charged on the
ppr. on a chief az. a sword, barways, of the shoulder v.\\\\ a fleur-de-lis az. [Granled to
first, hilt and j)omel or. Micliael Boiirke, St. Andreivs, Holborn, Mid-
BoUR,ar. on an incscocheon, hetw. eight martlets, dlesex, 1757.]
in orle, gu. a crescent of the first. Burlr, quarterly, or and sa.
BoURCHER, [Worcester,] sa. a chev. erm. betw. Burke, or, on a cross gu. a label az.
tluree leopards, or. —
Crest, on a mount vert, a Burke, quarterly, or and az.
grevhound ar. ducally gorged and lined or. Burke, [Ireland,] ar. a cross gu. in the first quar-
[GJ-antoZloS7.] ter a i'on, rampant, sa. — Crest, a cat, sejant,
Bourchier, [lissex and London,] sa. a chev. erm.
betw. three leopmds, passant, or. Crest, a — Burke, or, on a cross gu. a fleur-de-lis of the
greyhound, sejant, ar. ducally gorged or. first.
Bourchier, ar. a cross, engr. gu. betw. fourwater- Burke, or, on a cross gu. a fleur-de-lis or, in the
bougets sa.— Crest, an old man's head, side- first quarter a lion, rampant, sa.
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B O U BOW
BoURLVNET, gii. three inescocbcous each
ar. Borne, [London and Berks,] ar. a chev. betw.
cbarjijed v/ith as iiuiiiy maillets sa. (Another, tliree lions, rampant, gu. a chief erm.
martlet sa.) Borne, ar. a chev. gii. betw. three Uons, rampant,
Biirltjnet. The same arms. sa. a chief erm.
BoUKTVNET, [Touniay,] gu. an inescocheou, Borne, ar. a chev. sa. surmounted of another erm.
betw. three martlets, ar. (Another, or.) betw, three chaplets of roses gu. seeded or.
BouHNE, [London,] ar. on a chcv. cugr. g-u. Borne, ar. ou a bend sa. three lions, passant, of
betw. three lions,, rampant, sa. three mascles the field.
or. —
Crest, an arm, erect, issuing out of clouds BOUUNELL. See BUHNELI..
ppr. vested or, cull' ar. in the hand p))r. a pheon BouRSAULT, [France,] ar. three rose-buds gu.
sa. iield by the point. leaved vert..
Bourne, [Yorkshire,] ar, a chev. gu. betw. three BOURTETORT, [Norfolk.] The same as BoTA-
lions, rami>aut, sa. TORT.
Bourne, [Chesterton, Oxfordshire,] ar. on a mount Bouletorefl, or Bouteiort, [Norfolk,] erm. a sal-
vert, standing on lour bars, wavj', in base, ar. tier, engr. gu.
and az. a tower, trijile-towered, gu. on a chief Bouletort, or, a saltier sa.
az. a sun, betw-. two estoiles, or. Crest, a Pe- — Bouteiort, or, a saltier, engr. sa.
gasus, courant, with wiugs endorsed, gu. semee Bouteiort, or, on a saltier, engr. sa. an annulet of
d'etoiles holding in the mouth a rose gu.
or, the field.
stalked and leaved vert, seeded gold. Bouteiort, or, a saltier, engr. sa. a label vert.
Bourne, [Wells, Somersetshire,] ar. a chev. gu. BouTH, ar. three boiu-s' heads, erect and erased,
betw. three Uons, rampant, sa. a chiel' ermines. sa.
— Crest, a demi tiger ar. mancd, tufted, and BoUTViLLEN, [Cumberland,] ar. a crescent gu.
ai-med, sa. gorged with a collar ermines. Bou\ERiE De, [Brabant, 1SD(\} gu. a bend
Bourne, gu. a crescent erm. vair. IThe cuuient arms of Bouverie.^
Bourne, [Loudon, 1570,] az. two lions, passant, Boircerle, Des, per fesse, or and ar. an eagle,
in pale, ar. displayed, with two heads, sa. —
Crest,, a denii
Bourne, ar. on a chcv. gu. tliree lions, rampant, eagle, displayed, with two heads, sa. gorged
or. with a ducal coionet or, and charged on the
Bourne,, erm. a bend az. breast with a cross crosslet ar.
Bourne, [Wells,] ar. a chev. gu.betw. three lions, Bourerie, per fesse, or and ar. an eagle, di.=played,
rampant, sa. a chief erm. with f«'o heads, sa. charged on the breast with
Boorne, ar. a cliev, cottised, gu. betw. three hons, the ancient arms of Bouverie, viz. gru. a bend
rampant, sa. vair. [^Authorized by Sii/n Manual, 1708.]
Boorne, [Devon,] ar. a fesse az. betw. two lions, EoVELL, ar. a lion, rampant, within a bordure.
passant, guardant, gu. engr. sa.
Boorne, ar. a chev. chequy, or and gu. betw. three Boa iLE, [Sufi'olk,] quarterly, or and sa.
lions,rampant, sa. —
Crest, out of a ducal coro- Bovile, ar. a chief or.
net,,a stag's head ar. Bovile, ar. a lion-, rampant,, sa.
Boorne, aw a chev. gu. betw. three lions, rampant, Bovile, or, a chev. gu. betw. nine (another, tluee)
sa. torteauxes,
Borne, [Kent,] erm. on a bend gu. three lions, Bovile, ar. a lion, rampant, sa. within a bordure,
reguardant, or. engr. of the second.
Borne, [Kent,] erm. on a bend az. three lions, Bovile, gu. abend, Itevilled, or.
passant, guardant, or.— Crest, a lion, sejaut, Bo\EV,[Wordon- Abbey, Bedfordshire, and Stowe,
or, collared, az. resting the dexter paw on a Cambridgeshire,] vert, two bows, bent, pale-
pellet. ways, in fesse, and three aiTov.s, conjoined, in
Borne, az. six legs, couped per thigh, three, two, base, one in pale, and two in saltier, and a chief,
and one^ ar. (Another adds a bordure, engr. eiiibattled, all ar. — Crest, a lion's paw, erect
or.) and erased, per fesse, or and gu. holding a bow
Borne, ^^ a lion or, within a bordure, engr. of of the second, stringed of the first. [Granted
the second. 1712.]
Borne, [Worcestershire,] ar. on a chev. gu. betw. Bovij, [Warwickshire,] vert, three bows,, strung,
three lions, rampant, sa. as many mascles or. ar.
Borne, gu. a lion, rampant, or. BowATER, [London,] ar. on an inescocheon, sa.
Borne, erm. a beud az. betw. tight martlets gu. a crescent ar. Crest, —
BOW B O W
out of the clouds, a rainbo-H', all i)pr. [Heralds' Bower, or Boure, sa. a cross pattee ar.
Oflce, London, C. i-M.] Bower, sa. a cinquefoil erm. in chief three talbots"
BoWBRlUGE, bendy of six, cbainpiiirio, puqi. and heads, erased, or.
ar. Bower, [JDorset shire and Wiltshire,] az. on a sal-

HowcEOUALT, ar. aji eaf^le imperial, sa. tier or, five trefoils, slipped, vert.
BoAVCiiER. See Bouctiikr and Boucher. Bower, or, a bend vair, betw. two cotfises sa.
BoWDEN, 0)- BoDON, [jMarburi;, Cliesliire,] Crest, a deuii moor ppr. holding a drawn bow
quarterly, sa. and or, in the cliief dexter quar- aud arrow or.
ter, a lion, passant, of the se'cond. Bowei-, [Scotland,] vert, two bows, in full bend,
Bowden, quarterly, sa. and or, in t!io first quarter paleways, ppr. stringed ar. betM". three shea\es
a lion, passant, ar. of aiTOws, two in chief, and one in biise, of tlie
Bov:dcn, quarterly, sa. and ar. iu tiie first quarter second.
a liou, passant, of the second. Bower, vert, agarb, banded aud bowed in the head,
Bouden, [Oxfordsliire,] quarte)ly, ^. and ar. ppr.
iu the first quarter a lion, passant, guEirdant, or. Bowers, [Essex,] erm. on a chief, indented, sa.
Bowden, three teazels, slipped, ppr.
ar. three (another, two) lions, rampant, or.
Boivdtn, ar. a cltev. sa. betv,-. three teazels, slip])ed, Bovers, erm. a bend gu.
p])r. Bowers, [Bishop of Chichester,] per pale, az. and
Bovdon, quarterly, sa. and or, in tlie first quarter, gu. a dove ar. beaked aud membered or on a ;

a lion, passant, guardant, ar. chief of the second, two lions, passant, sa.
Boivdon, quarterly, sa. and ar. in the first quarter Crest, a lion, ])assant, ar. collared and chained
a liou, passant, guardant, of the second. or, holding iu his dexter paw a bow, bent, or.
Bovv DITCH, [Bov.ditch, Dorsetshire,] an a fesse, striuged ar.
wavy, betw. three bows, paleways, gu.- Crest, — BoWERMAN, or BoAVREMAN, [Wiltshire and
.seven arrows or, barbed and feathered ar. six in Devou,] erm. on a bend, cottised, sa. three
saltier, and one in pale. boars' heads, couped, or. —
Crest, a goal's head,
]5owDLEfe'S, [Siiropshire,] ar. two ravens, in pale, erased, or, the horns twisted or and sa. ("Another
crest, a bull's head, erased, or, the horns tv/isted
BoAVELL, quarterly, ar. and sa. or and sa.)
BowelJ, [Rushall, Staffordshire,] ar. a liou, rani- BoWERT, or BoWET, sa. a cross flory ar.
jiant, within a bordure, engr. sa. Bo\A'r.RTON, or, on a cross az. five fleurs-de-lis
BoiL'dl, [Berry-Court, Hauts,] per fesse, ar. and of the field.
pi. a lion, rampant, within a bordure, all coun- BovVES, [Yorkshire and Durham,] erm. three
terchanged. —
Crest, a lion's head, erased, barry long bows, bent, in pale, gu. striuged, or.
of six, ar. and gii. [Granted to Nicholas Crest, five arrows, four in saltier, aud one in
Bowell, Esq. of Berry-Conrt, Hants, Decem- pale, or, feathered and headed ar. tied iu the
lerl'i, 1GG2.] middle with a string az. (Another crest, two
Bow EN, az. a liou, rampant, within an orle of bundles of arrows, saltierways, flighted aud
roses, or.— Crest, an arm, couped at the elboM" headed ppr. banded gu.)
and erect, habited sa. cuff arm. holding in the Bowes, ar. on a bend az. three griffins' heads,
hand ppr. a chaj)let of laurel vert. erased, of the field.
Bowen, ar. a stag, sejant, gu. attired or, in the Bowes, [Sir ]\]artiu. Lord IMayor of Loudon, 1545,]
mouth a ti'efoil, slipped, ppr. erm. three bows, in pale, gu. ou a chief az. a
Bowen, [Kettle-IIill, and Swansea, Glamorgan- swiui ar. holding in the beak a dish with a covered
shire,] az. a stag ar. with an arrow stuck iii his cup in it, betw. two leopai'ds' heads, or.
back, and attired, or. Boices, erm. three long bows, bent, in pale, gu.
Bowen, [Ijondon,] sa. on a chev. embattled, ar. Bovxs, gu. two wings, inverted and conjoined, or.
betw. three tleurs-de-lis or, two lions, passant, Bows, [Loudon,] erm. three bows, bent, in fesse,
couutcr-jjassant, gxi. g\\. stringed sa. ou a chief az. a swan ppr. belw.
Boir(ihen, Bowhen, or iJo!t7(c;/;i, sa. three garbs or. two leopards' heads or.
Boxvltan, az. three garbs or, banded gu. Bon-s, erm. three long bows, paleways, iu fesse,
Boichan, az. on a bend ai'. betw. three lions or, a gx\.
lozenge gu. BoAVET, or Beave.T, [Yorkshue,] ar. three rein-
BoA\ Eli, or BOOER, [London,] barry of six, or deers' heads, cabossed, sa. — Crest, ou a cha-
•TJul sa. a.s many escocheous erm. three, two, and peau gu. turned up eriu. a leopard ar. ducally
one.- —Crest, a wolf's head, erased, erm. gorged or.
[p2]
B O W B O \\
Bowilf, ar. tbree rein-deers' heads, cabossed, bristled, or, pierced through the chest with an
sa. arrow or, headed ar.
BOWGIIEN, or Bo\Vi!i;YN, ? £, ,, Bowles, [Herts and Herefordshire,] ar. on a chev.
BowHAN. -jSeeBov.hN.
betw. three boars' heads sa. as many escallop
Bow IK, ar. on a bend sa. fliree buckles or. shells or, Avithin a bordure vert, bezantee.
BoWKKLL, [Scotland,] ar. a chcv. vert, belw. Crest, on a ducal coronet or, a boars head,
three round buckles az. couped, sa. betw. two wings gu. billettee or.
BowLAND, [London and Essex,] sa. an eagle, Bowles, or Boles, gu. two wings, displayed, or.
displayed, ar. beaked and lesjged gu.-— Crest, Bov-lcs, [Herts,] ar. a chev. betw. three boars'
out of a ducal coronet, a hand and arm, couped heads sa. on a chief of the second, three escal-
at the elbow, in armour, or, holding; a sword ar. lops or, within a bordure vert, (another, az.) be-
pomel or. {Another crest, the hand gras])ing a zantee. — Crest, on a ducal coronet, a boar's head
laurel branch, vert, with the sword.) ar. betw. two wings gu. in the mouth a bezant.
Bowland, [London,] sa. two flaunches ar. three Boides, ar. on a chev. betw. three boar's heads gu.
eagles, in fesse, counterchanged, betw. tour as many escallops or, Avithin a bordure of the
ogresses, (or torteauxes,) each charged with a second, bezantee.
cross jjattee, fitchee, or. Bowles, per pale, indented, gu. and az. three cups,
Bowland, [London,] sa, two flaunches or, three two and one, ai'. in each a boar's head, erect,
eagles, displayed, counterchanged. or. — Crest, a demi boar, erect, erminois, the
Boland, [Devon,] az. three bird-bolts, or. sinister shoulder pierced vith an arrow ar.
Bolland, gu. on a iesse eriu. betw. three bezants, [Granted, 1796, to John Bowles, of the Inner
as many pegs sa. —
Crest, an eagle's head, erased, Temple, Esrj. and to the descendants of his late
ppr, gorged with a colJai" erm. holdhig in the Father, John Bowles, Esq. Borne hij Henry
beak a peg, as iu the arms. [Borne hy John Caring ton. Bowles, Esq. F.S.A. of Myddcl ton-
Bolland, Esq. of Clapham, Surreij.] House, Enfield.] A
Subscriber.
"
See Plate of
BoWLiiY, az. three mallets or. — Crest, a calhariue Arms.
wheel or. Bolles, [Scamptcn, Lincoln,] az. three cups or,
Bowi.i:, ar. a chev. betw. three bitterns' heads, out of each a boar's head, erect, ar.
erased, sa. Bolles, [Middlesex.] The same.
Bollc, alias Bolles, az. out of tliree bowls, (or Bolles, [Sir George, Lord Mayor of London,
dishes,) or, as many boars' heads, coujied, ar. 1(317,] az. three cups or, in each a boar's head
[G)-anted to Willi'aM BoUe, abas Bolles, of ar. in chief a fleiu-de-lis of the second.
Osharion, Notts, July 10, 1575.] BOLLYS, chev. gu. betw. three mullets sa.
ar. a
Bolle, alias Bolles, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three mul- on a chief of the second, a hou's head, erased,
lets sa. on a chief az. a lion's liead, erased, l>etw. betw. two lozenges or.
two lozenges, or. [Granted to William Bolle, Bowler, [Bowler, Wilts,] ar. two birds, iu pale,
alias Bolles,of Worthin, in Suffolk, 15:28.] sa. beaked and legged, gu.
BoWLi:s, or Boavj^des, [Herefordshire and Bolder, gu. a fesse, chequy, or and sa. betw. two
Hertfordshire,] ar. on a chev. betw. tluee boars' crosses pattee of the second.
heads sa. armed or, three escallop shells of the Bolder, ar. two bends gu. a chief sa.
third. Bonder, ar. on a fesse, chequy, or and gu. betw.
Bowles, [Loudon,] sa. within three standing cups three cross crosslets sa. as many annulets
or, as many boars' heads ar.— Crest, out of a — Crest, a boar's head, couped at the neck, per
ducal coronet or, a grltlin's head sa. beaked or, pale, az. and gu. bezantee.
betw. two wings of the last. BoAVMAN, [Hethleton, Dorsetshire,] or, a chev.
Bowles, Books, or Bolles, [Suffolk and Stafford- betw. three bows, bent, in pale, gu. —
Crest, on
shire,] ar. a chev. gu. betw. three mullets sa. on a staff ragided, couped and erect, ar. a (piiver
a chief of the third, a lion's head, erased, and (or case) of arrows gu. the heads ar. buckled
two lozenges, or. on the staff Avith a belt sa.
Bowles, [London,] az. three cujjs or, out of each Boianan, [Wessingset, Norfolk,] ar. three bird-
a boar's head, erect, ar. —
Crest, a buck's head, bolts g-u. headed or, and feathered of the first.
ar. attired, or.
cent, No. 154.]
[Heralds' Office, M. S. Vin- — Crest, a sword, erect, ar. hilt and ])omcl or,
on each side of the blade a demi annulet, indented
Bowles, [Gosb(>rkirk, Lincolnsliire,] az. three on the outside, or, the half on the dexter near
standing- bowls ar. out of each a boar's iiead or. the point, the other near the hilt.
— Crest, a denii boar az. armed, hoofed, and Bowman, ar. a pale champaine vert.
B O W BOX
Bowman, alias Boynum, ar. a boy's head ppr. Bowyer, az. on a saltier or, five trefoils, slipped,
ciint'cl, or, couped below the shoulders, clothed vert.
t;u. garnished or. Bowyer, [Sussex and Lincolnshire,] or, a be/id
HowNK, or JjOWYN, az. a cross or. vair, cottised, sa.— Crest, a demi man, shootirii;-
Boicnc, gii. a crescent erm. within an orle of mart- an iu-row from a bow. (Another crest, on a
lets or. tower gu. a demi dragon or.)
Bowne, gu. three crescents ar. Bowyer, [Lincoln, 157tl.] Same arms. Crest, —
Bourne, [Herts,] az. on a bend ar. cottised or, out of the top of a castle gu. a demi griffin
betw. six lions, rampant, of the last, a inasclegi-i. issuaut or.
Botcnc, g-«. a ciuquefoil erm. within an orle of Bowyer, ar. a Hon, rampant, betw. three cross
martlets or. crosslets gu. on a canton az. a garb or. —
Crest,
BowNKS, ar. a fesse, betw. three fusils, az. on a mount vert, a tower, triple towered, gu.
iJowRi:, [Dunhead, St. Andrew's, Dorset,] sa. thereon a demi dragon or.
three talbols' heads, erased, iJi chief, ar. Bowyer, [Leighthorne, Sussex.] The same as
Crest, a talbot's head sa. Bowyer, of Denham.
BoWKES, erm. on a chief, indented, gu. tv/o Bowyer, [Sir AVilliam, Lord Slayer of London,
lions, rampant, or. 15-13,] vert, on a chev. betw. three lions' heads,
BoWRiNG, per pale, az. and sa. three chev. or. erased, or, as many trefoils, sHpped, of the
BoWRMKLL, barry of six, az. and ar. a bend gu. field on a chief barry wavy az. and ar. an an-
;

BoWRNi!, gu. a lion, rampant, within a bordure, chor, betw. two frets, of the second.
engT. or. Box, [Oxfordshire,] az. a lion, passant, betw.
Bowser, [Kent,] ar. a cross cngr. gu. betw. four three gi-iflins' heads, erased, or. —
Crest, an
water-bougets, sa. within a bordure, counter- arm, couped at the elbow, lying fessways, ha-
changed, or and gu. bited gu. cufl' ar. holding erect in the hand ppr.
Bovscer, [Gloucester, IGOG,] erm. a cross, chequy, a branch of box vert, at the elbow another
or and gu. betw. four water-bougets of the third. branch of box, erect, vert.
— Crest, a demi talbot gu, gorged with a collar, Box, [London,] az. a lion, passant, guardant, ar.
checjuy, or and az. charged on the body with betw. three griffins' heads, erased, or. Crest, —
three guttees d'or. a demi griffin or, winged ar. holding in the
BowSTocK, two ragged staves, couped at the
ar. claws a fire-ball ppr.
ends, imbowed one to the other, sa. Box, or, six lions, rampant, gu. three, two, and
BoWTHKY, ar. on a canton sa. a lion's gamb, one, over all, a bend ur.
erased,, in bend, ar. Box, [Sussex,] or, a bend az. betw. six lions,
Bmclhchy, ar. on a canton sa. a lion's ganib, erased, - rampant, gu.

in bend, or. Box, gu. a bend ar. betw. six lions, rampant, or.
Bowvkr, [London,] or, a bend, vair, cottised, Box, [Rydwell,] gu. three trefoils, or.
sa.— Crest, an eagle, with wings endorsed, or, BOXHULL, or BoXMELL, [Sussex,] or, a lion,
beak and legs sa. rampant, az. fretty ar.
Bowi/er, [Deuhani, Bucks,] or, a bend, vair, BoxSTKAD, quarterly, ar. and gu. on a bend sa.
betw. two cottises gu. —
Crest, a falcon, rising, three eagles, displayed, or.
ppr. belled or. Boxsted, quarterly, ar. and gu. on a bend sa. five
Bowyer, [Camberwell, Surrey,] or, a bend, vair, bezants.
cottised sa. (Another, gu.) Crest, on a ducal — Boxsted, gyronny of eight, ar. and gu. a bend sa.
coronet or, a tiger, sejant, ar. bezanlee.
Bowyer, [Knipersiey, Staflbrdshire, 1574,] ar. a Boxsted, [Essex,] quarterly, ar. and gu. on a bend
hon, rampant, betw. three cross crosslets, fitchee, sa. three eagles, displayed, or.
gu. (Another, the lion sa.)— Crest, out of a BoXTiM'.LL, ar. a box-tree, containing three
tower gu, a demi dragon, rampant, -or. heights of branches, leaves growing pyramidwisc,
Bowyer, az. on a saltier, engr. ar. five trefoils, vert, the body couped above the root, environed
slipped, vert. with a serpent, the head and tail extended az.
Boioyer, [Charlwood, Surrey, and London,] The BoxuLL, or, a lion, rampant, az. fretty, ar.
same as BowTer, of Camberwell.]— Crest, an BoxwELL, ar. six annulets sa. within a bordure,
arm, couped at the elbow, and erect, habited engr. gu.
g^i- charged with three bends, and cuffed, or, Box^YOKT^^, [Cambridgeshire,] gu. a lion, ram-
hohliuo- in the hand ppr. a dragon's head, era- pant, or, collared of the field.
sed ,...,..,
. .
Boxworih, gnj. a lion, rampant, ar. cottised gu.
BOY BOY
BoxivorlJi, [Cambrklg:eshire,] or, a lion, rampant, crosslets, fitchee, gu. on a canton az. a garb
giiardant, gu. collarod ar. or.
BoxwKKV. The same. Boy CO AT, or ]3oDYtOAT, gu.on a chief ar. three
Boy, ar. two bars and a cantou, sa. lire-balls ppr. — Crest, an arm, coriped at the
BoYES, [Scotland,] ar. a salrier and chief, az. elbow, in armour, in the hand a fire-ball, all ppr.
Boyes, ar. a cliev. sa. betw. three acorns gu. Bo"\ coTT, [Iludge, Salop.] The same arms.
Boijs, ar. fretty gu. BoYDE, az. a fesse, chequy, or and gu. in ch.ief
Boys, [Lincolnshire,] ar. two bars and a cantou, g-u. three mullets, in base a crescent, or. Crest, a —
— Crest, a stag's head ar. attired gu. betw. the phune of three feathers sa.
attire a mound or. Boyde, [Scotland,] az. a fesse, chequy, ar. and gu.
Boys, [Botshauger, Kent,] or, a grlflin, segreaut, — Crest, a hand issuing out of a wreath, jjointing
jier fesse a?., audwithin a bordure gu.
sa. with the thumb and two fingers. Supporters,
Crest, a demi lion ar. ducally crowned or. two squinels collared or.
Boys, [FredvilUn Noniugton, Kent.] 'J1ie same. Boyde, [Scotland,] az. a fesse, chequy, ar. and gu.
Boys, [ITawkhurst, Kent.] Tlie same. in base a cross moline or. —
Crest, a cross mo-
Boys, [Bucks and Kent,] ar. a chev. v,itliin a bor- line sa.
dure, sa. bezantee. Boyde, [Scotland,] az. a fesse, chequy, ar. andgu.
Boys, [Somersetshire,] ar. on a chev. gu. betw. within a bordure or. —
Crest, a hand, couped,
three trees, erased, vert, as many bezants. pointing two fingers to the sun in the heavens,
Boys, [Kent,] or, a griffin, segreant, sa. within a ppr.
bordure gu. —
Crest, on a chapeau, az. turned up Boyde, az. a fesse, chequy, ar. and gu. betw. two
crm. a demi lion ar. crowned or. cross crosslets, fitchee, in chief, aud as many
Boys, [Liucolnsliire,] ar. two bars aud a cantou sa. stars in base, of the second. — Crest, a sun-dial.
Boys, sa. guttee d'eau. Boyde, az. a fesse, chequy, ;ir. and gn. betw. three
Boys, ar. on a mount in base vert, the body of a roses in chief, aud a crescent in base, of the
tree sa. branched and leaved ppr. betv,-. two second.
lions, rampant, combatant, gu. BoydelIj, ar. on a fesse az. three mullets or,
Boys, [Devon,] ar. a chev. gu. betw. tluee oak pierced sa.
trees, fructed, ppr. BoydcU, [Cheshire,] ar. three torteauxes, betw.
Boys, [Kent,] or, a griffin segreaut, per fesse, az. two bendlets gu. a chief sa.
aud sa. within a bordure gu. chai'ged with crosses BoydcU, vert, a cross pattee or.
formee, intermixed with acorns, of the field. Boydell, ar. on a fesse, engr. az. three mullets of
Boys, [Lincolushii-e,] or, two bars aud a canton, (he field.
gu. Boydell, vert, a cross flory or.
Boys, [Suffolk,] erm. a cross sa. Boydell, or Boydel, [Clieshire,] ^'ert, a cross pa-
Boys, [Hostou, Norfolk,] ar. two bars and a can- touco or.
ton {or quarter) gu. over all a beud sa. Crest, — BOYLANI), [Suffolk,] quarterly; first and fourth,
an owl, ar. ducally crowned or, sitting in a holly- az. a lion, rampant, ar. and beud gu.; second
bush vert. and third, sa. an eagle, displayed, ar.
Boys, [Lincolnshire,] ar. two bars, aud a canton, Boyland, [NorfoUc aud Suffolk,] az. a saltier, engr.
or.
Boys, ar. a chev. sa. betw. three acorns gu. Boyland, gu. three saltorels ar.
Boys, [Bucks,] ar. on a chev. sa. five bezants. Boyland, [Suffolk,] ar. an eagle, displayed, sa.
Boys, or Boyas, [London,] paly of six, or aud gu. menibered gu.
on a cliief of the second, three escallops of the Boyland, sa. an eagle, displayed, ar. armed gu.
first. Boyle, [Middlesex,] per bend, embattled, ar. and
Boys, [Suffolk,] erm. a cross gu. gu. —
Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a lion's
Boys, ar. two bars, and a cantou, gu. charged with head, erased, ])er i)ale, embattled, ar. aud gu.
a m\dlet ar. Boyle, [Ireland,] two coats, quarterly; first aud
Boyes, [Cloybrooke, Leicestershire,] ar. two bars, fourth or, a bend, voided, az. second and third,
;

and a canton, g'xi. charged with a liun, passant, ar. a chough ppr.
ar. Boyle, [lerbend, crenelle, gu. and ar. [Granted
Boyes, erm. two bars, and a canton, gu. to Stephen Boyle, of Kcntislt-Toirn, Middlesex,
Boyes, Ea. freHy ar. an inescocheou gu. '2Uh January, 15Gt>.]
Boyes, ar. a chev. sa. betw. three acorns ppr. Boyle, per f<?sse, crenelle, gu. aud ar.
Bov.vXE, ar. a lion rainpaut, betw. three cross Boykj [Hay-castle, Herefordshire,] per bend.
BOY BRA
crenelle, ar. and gu. a crescent for difference.— BoYTONG, az. three dolphins, imbowed, two hau-
Crest, a lion's head, erased, per pale, crenellec, rient, the other naiant,
ar.and gu. BoYVELL, or BoYVi'ELL, gu. a fes.se or, betw.
Bo^LSTON', gu. six cross crosslcts, fitcliee, ar. three saltiers ar.
three, two,, and one, on a chief or, three pellets. Boyiill, quarterly, or and sa.
]>ovLT' V, [IJucks,] ar. a chev. sa. within ahordure Boyvi/i, [Suflblk,] quarterly, or and sa. in the first
of the second, bezantee. quarter a lion, passant, gu,
Boyley, per bend, sinister, embattled, gii. and Boyvill, sa. a chief or.
ar. Boyvill, [Leicestershire,] gu. a fesse or, betw.
Bo^iMAX, alias I»o^VMA^', ar. a boy's head ppr. three saltiers ar.
crincd or, couped below the shoulders, clothed Boyvill, gu. three bendlets, ar.
gu. garnished gold. Boyvill, gu. a fesse, engr. or, betw. three saltiers,
Boipncn, Boynam, Bonluim, or Boynan, or, on a ar.
cross sa. five bulls' heads, cnbossed, ar. Boyvill, ar. a chev. betw. three bulls' heads, ca-
Boymen, or, on a cross sa. five bulls' heads ar. on bossed, sa.
a chief gu. a goat of ilie third. Boyvill, [Northaniptonsliire and Rutlandshire,] gu.
Boynam, ar. on a cross sa. five bulls' heads of the three crosses, humettee, ar.
field. Boyville, gu. four bendlets ar.
BovNTLL, gii. four bendlets ar. Boycille. De, az. an eagle, displayed, with two
Boynelly or, four Ijendlets sa. head.s, or.— Crest, a demi eagle, displayed, with
Boynell, [Rutlandshire,] gu. a fesse or, betw. tliree two heads, or.
saltorels ar. -BofreVe, [Stokerston, Leicestershire, 32 Edward I.]
BovNLKY, [Rutlandshire,] ar. three saltorels gu. gu. a fesse or, betw, three saltiers, ar.
BovNTON, [Braniston, Yorkshire,] or, a fesse, Bo^WARi;n, or, a lion, rampant, gu. collared, ar.
betw. three crescents, gu. Bo-i ZEEL, ar. three torteauxes.
Boynton, or Bonton, or, a Hon, rampant, az. Boyzle, [Lincolnshire.] The same.
Boj/nlo}i, or Bovyton, [Suffolk,] az. six escallop- ]]ozfiN, ar. three bii-d-bolts gu.
shells or, three, two, and one. Bozon, gu. three bird-bolts, ar.
Boynton, [Yorksliire,] gu. a fesse, betw. tliree Boron, az. three bolts, in pale, ar.
crescents, or. BliAiiAN, or Bradaxt, ar. on a fesse, luunettee,
Boynton^ or, on a fesse, betw. three crescents, gu. az. three leopard.s' heads or.
a lion, passant, of the first. Brabant, ar. on a fesse, humettee, gu. three roses,
Boynton, or, on a cross sa. five bulls' heads, ca-
bossed, ar. Brahanl, ar. on a fesse, humettee, gu. three roses,
BovoN, or, a bull, passant, gu. or, o\er all a bend sa.
BoYPSTED, [Essex,] quarterly; ar.-aud gu. on a Brabant, ar. on a fesse, humettee, gu. a leopard'.?
bend sa. four bezants. head or.
Boys. See Boyes. Brabant, [Devon,] ar. on a fesse, gu. three leo-
BoYSiiELE^', erm. on a chief gu. three leopas'ds' pards' faces or.
faces or. Brabant, ar. a fesse, humettee,. gu. in chief,
BoYSH.L, or BoYSHiLL, ar. on a fesse,. engr. tluee leopards' faces of the second.
betw. three ciiiquefoils, sa. as many fleurs-de-lis Brabant, [Devon,] ar. on a fesse, gu. three leo-
or. pard.s' faces of the field.
BoYSY, ar. two bars, and a quarter, gii. Brabant, or, three pales gu.
BoYTON, [Sn.ssex,] az. six escallops or, tliree, Brabant, ar.,on a fesse, humettee, gu. three leo-
two, and one, pards' faces or, over all a ribbon sa.
Boyton, az. an escallop or. Brabant, or,a lion rampant az.
Boyton, az. an escallop ar. Bra]!AZON, [Leicester,] gu. on abend or, three
iioyton, [Boyton-eiid, Norfolk,] az. on a fesse martlets sa. —
Crest, on a mount vert, a falcon,
dancettee (anotlicr wavy) betw. six cross cross- volant, or.
lets, fitchee, or, three escallops sa. Brabazon, gu. on a bend or, three mullets az.
Boyion, [Walden, Essex.] The same, the es- Brabazon, or Brabasson, gu. on a bend or, three
callops being' gu. Cornish choughs ])])r.
Boyton, sa. a fesse, betvf. tln-ee ostriches, ar. JSrci(720H, [Leicestershire,] gu. on abeiul ar. three
membered gu. martlets sa.
lioylon, ar, a fesse sa. fretty or. Brabazon, gu, on a bend ar. three mullets az.
BRA BRA
Brabazdn, g\\. on a bend or, three mullets sa. Bracy, quarterly, per fesse indented, sa. and
liRAKON, or Urahouunr, [Ivondon and Devon, ar.

2d jNIiiy, I(J"2J),] ar. on a fessc, humettce, cju. Bracy, gu. two mullets or.
a fesse ar. in chief
three leopards' laces or. —
Crest, a mewed hav k Brackinton, quarterly, per fesse mdentcd, ar.
ppr. arrned az. jessed and belled or [Heralds' and gu. four amudets counterchanged.
Undon,'C. 2-1.]
Office, Bracklev, or Brakeey, cheeky, arm. and gu.
BuAisoucH, or Brukoi'Cii, or, billettee, a lion, on a bend az. three mullets or.
rampant, sa. Brackton, az. three mullets or, a chief, inden-
BUACCIANO, [Rome,] quarterly; lirst and fourth, ted, enn.
<:u. on a bend ar. three quaterfoils vert ; second Braclii FE, or BrearclifI'E, az. three cross
and third, az. a comet, in bend .sinister, ppr. crosslets sa. a chief, indented, gu.
Cre.st, on a ducal coronet, an eagle, displayed, Braconbridg, ar. a cross pattee, voided, gu.
sa. gazing at a comet to the sinister, ppr. Brad, [Wrongle, Lincolnshire,] gu. three garbs
(Another cresi, a dexter arm, habited az. cufr ar. within a bordure, engr. of the second.
ar. holding a sprig of roses, ppr.) Bradborne, or BRAPRtiRNE, [Derbyshire,]
Braci:, [Worcester,] sa. a bend, betvv. two hands ar. three pales az. a chief gu.

and arms, couped ot the elbows, ar. habited in Bradhorne, ar. on a bend gu. three mullets or.
mail ppr. —
Crest, an arm, embowed, habited in Bradbourne, ar. tlu-ee pales az. on a chief gu. as
mail, holding in the hand, all ppr. a sword ar. many cross crosslets, fitchee, or.
Lilt or. Bradbourne, [Derbyshire,] ar. on a bend gu. cot-
Brace, sa. a bend ar. bctw. three dexter hands, tised sa. three midlets, pierced, or.
couped, ppr. Bradburne, [Bradburne and Loudon,] ar. on a
Bracebruige, ar. a fesse gu. cottised, wavy, sa. —
bend gu. three mullets or. Crest, a pine-tree
Brucehridge, vaire, ar. and sa. a bend gu. vert, fructed ppr.
Bnicehridye, [Suffolk,] vaire, ar. and sa. a fesse BRADBRIDG, BREDBRIDGE, a/if/BRODBRIDGE,
gu. —
Crest, on a mount vert, a wolf, passant, ar. az. a pheon ar. —
Crest, a leopard's head, erased,
Bracehridc/c, or, a cross az. ar. pellettee, ducally gorged or, betw. two spears
Bracehridge, ar. a cross flory gu. ppr. headed ar.
Bracebridge, barry, uebulee of six, ar. and sa. a Bradbridg, per fesse, sa. and az. a fessc dancct-
fesse gu. tee ar.

Bracebridge, or Brasbridge, [Lincolnshire,] vair, Bradbury, [Derbyshire and London,] sa. a


a fesse gu. —
Crest, a stump of a tree ppr. ra- chev. erni. betw. three buckles ar. a fleur-de-lis
guled or. or, for difference.
Brasbridge, [Warwickshire,] vaire, ar. and sa. a Bradbury, [Essex and Suffolk,] sa. a chev. erm.
fesse gu. —
Crest, a staff, raguly, ar. betw. three round buckles ar. the tongues hang-
Brasebridge, or, three chev. fretted in base, sa. ing downwards.
Braceburv, or, a cross az. Bradbury, [Sir Thomas, Lord ]\Iayor of London,
Bracegirdle, az. two chev. arched, couched, 1509,] quarterly first and fourth, sa. .a chev.
;

and fretted, ar. erm. betw. three round buckles, tongues pen-
Bracegirdle, Green, Cheshire.]
[Biacegirdle - dent, ar. second and third, ar. a chev. betw.
;

Crest, two angers, erect, and indorsed, con- three chess rooks, sa.
joined with a girdle, gu. Braddeler, az. a bend, invecked, or.
Bracer, gu. six annulets embraced two, tvi-o, Bradden, [Northumberland,] sa. a bend engr.;ir.

and two, or. Bradden, ar. a bend, engr. sa.


Bracey, or Brassy, sa. a bend, betw. two Bruddene, [Northamptonshire.] The same.
dexter hands, ar. Braddoc.k, sa. a bend, engr. ar. in the sinister
Bracey, g-u. a fesse or, in chief two mullets ar. chief, an eagle, displayed, or.
Brncy, quarterly, indented, sa. and ar. Braddocke, [Abbaston, AVarwicksbire,] ar. a
Bracy, quarterly, indented, ar. and sa. on the greyhound, courant, within a bordiu-e, engr. sa.

second quarter a swan ])pr. Braduon, sa. a bend fusilly ar.


Bracy, gu. a fesse, in chief two mullets, pierced ar. Bradeli.e, ar. a fesse gu. betw. three buckles
Bracy, gu. a fesse ar. in chief two mullets with vert.
six points or. Bradeller, or, a fesse gu. betw. three buckles
Bracy, ar. on a chief gu. three mullets, and a ^ert.
label, ar. Bradenham, [Kent,] az. a fesse or, betw. three
Bracy, gu. a fesse, and two mullets in chief, ar. chess rooks ar.
BRA BRA
BradenS, or Braddenk, [Hutluudshire,] sa. a Bradley, or Bradeley, gu. a chev. ar. betw. three
bend, engr. ar. boars' heads, couped, or.
IJradkSI-ey', {)er pale, or and sa. a chev. hetw. Bradley, quarterly, or and az. three buckles gu.
lliree escallops, all couiitcrcliaiiged. Bradley, or, a fesse vert, betw. three round
Bradesley, az. a chev. betw. three martlets or. buckles gu.
BUADESTON. See IJrauston. Jiradli'y. gu. a chev. betw. three boars' heads or.
Bhadfield, [Norfolk,] ar. across, cbequy, or Bradley, gu. a chev. betw. three boai's' heads,
and az.betw. four mullets of the second. erect, and couped, or.
Bradfield, ar. on a bend az. three lleurs-de-lis Bradley, or, a fesse gu. betw. three buckles az.
or. Bradley, [London, originally of Bradley, in Lan-
Bradfield, [Norfolk,] az. a cross, chequ}', or and cashire,] quarterly; first and fourth, sa. a fesse,

az. betw. four annulets of the second. engr. ar. in chief a mullet, betw. two crosses
Brahkokd, [Yorkshire,] ar. on a fcsse sa. three formee, fitchee, of the last; all within a bordure
stags' heads, erased, or. engr. of the second, for Bradley: second, sa. a
Bradford, gu. a lion, rampant, erm. wolf salient or, in chief three estoiles of the last,
Bradford, [Yorkshire,] ar. a chev. bct\y. three for Vi'ilson : third, ar. three boars' heads couped
Inigle-horns, sa. gu. for Barton. —
Crest, a boai-'s liead, couped,
Bradford, [Devonsliire and Cheshire,] sa. a cross, gu. (being the crest of Barton, assumed by
engr. ar. Bradley on the marriage of au heiress of that
Bradford, ar. a cross gn. betv;. four mullets az. family.) [Borne by Benjamin Bradley, of Lon-
Bradford, [Yorkshire,] ar. a \\ olf's head, erased, don.']
betw. three bugle-horns sa. —
Crest, a peacock's Bradman, ar. a chev. betw. three cross crosslets
head ppr. in the mouth a snake, entwined round pattee, fitchee, sa.
his neck, vert. Bradnell, [Lancashire,] ar. a cross cros.slet,
Bradford, or, on a fesse sa. three goats' heads, crossed, sa.
erased, of the field. Bradney, [Somersetshire,] three .swans
Bradford, ar. three bugle-horns sa. stringed or.
Bradford, w. on a fesse sa. tliree goats' heads, Bradnox, ar. two chev. gu. on a chief of the
erased, or. last, three cixiquefoils of the first.
Bradford, ar. on a fesse sa. three stags' heads, Bradsey, [Yorkshire,] ar. two bars gu. on a
erased, or. canton of the second, a mauuch of the first.

Bradgate, [Leicestershire,] ar. a bend mascle, Bradsey, or Jiradsay, per fesse ar. and sa. a
betw. two lions, passant, guardant, gu. Crest, — pale, betw. three bears' heads, and erased,
an arm, in armour ppr. banded with a ribbon muzzled, counterchanged.
all

vert, couped below the elbow, bendways, the Bradsiian, ar. two bends sa.
hand also ppr. gi-asping the upper part of a Bradshan, ar. two bends, and a label, gu.
broken lance gu. point downwards ar. BRAUSriAlGii, [Haigli, in Lancashire^ ar. two
Bradges, [Kent,] ar. a fesse, chequy, or and gu. bendlets, betw. three martlets, sa. Crest, on a—
in chief three crosses bottonce of the third. mount vert, a stag, at gaze, ppr. under a vine
Braduull, [BrockhuU, Lancashire,] ar. a cross, vert, fructed gu.
lozeugy, vert; over all a bend, gobonee, erm. BRAi).SHAW,o/-BRADSHA\VE,[Marple, Chcsliire,

and az. Crest, a badger, passant, or. Lancashire, and Leicester,] ar. two bends sa.
Braijdvi,e, [Cumberliind.] The same arms and betw. as many martlets of the second. Crest, —
crest. [Borne by WUson Braddijle, Esq. of on a mount, a stag standing under a vine, all
Conishead' Priory, ISIO ] ppr.
Braijle^', sa. a fesse, engr. betw. three crosses Bradshaw, [Shropshire,] sa. two bendlets, raguly,
for.mee, fitchee, ar. all vvitliin a bordure, also betw, two hawks ar, belled of the second, on a
engr. of the last. chief ar. a pale az. bctAV. two tleurs-de-lis sa.;
Bradley, [Bethom, Lancashire,] sa. a fesse engr. on t)ie pale a cross patonce ar. —
Crej^.t, a wolf's
and in chief a mullet, betw, two crosses forniee, head, erased, ar. collared and fined.
fitchee, ar. Bradslinio, [Cheshire,] ar. (wo bars sa. a crescent
Bradley, [AVanvickshire,] ar. a fesse, humettee gn.
and engr. betw. three crosses formee, litchee, sa. Bradsiutw, sa. two bends, betw. thj-cc hawks'
Bradley, ar. a chev. sa. bells ar.
jiradley, [AYorcestershire,] ar. a fesse gTi, betw. Bradshaw, [Bucks, 150u,] az. two bars gu. betw,
Iljree round buckles vert. nine lions, passant, guardant, or.
[Q ]
BRA BRA
Brachhaw, [Cheshire',] ar. two bars gii. Brac/ge, or, a chev. g-u. betw. three bulls, passant,
Drudshaw, [Kent and Lixnca.shire,] ar. two bends sa. —
Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a bull's
sa. (Another, vith a crescent in the dexter head sa. [Borne by William Braggc, Esq. of
betw. the lieiuls gu.)
cliicf, West Clandon. Surrey, ISC^i, originally of
Brachliaw, [Cheshire,] sa. three bends and as JJeron and Somerset.^
many birds, ar. Braggc, or Braig, [Scotland,] sa. two bars, eii'jy.
Bradshaw, erin. on a chief az. tliree ducipers, or betw. as many towers, triple towered, in chief,
caps of maintenance. ar. and three crescents, in base, or.
Bradshaw, az. two bars ar. on a chief or, a fleur- Bragcjc. The same arms. —
Crest, a hand, holding
de-lis, betw. two roses, gu. a sword. on the dexter, a man in
Sujiporters,
Bradshaw, ar. two bends sa. a canton, chequ}-, armour, on the sinister, a horse, saddled atid
ar. and az. [Borne hi/ John Bradshaiv, Esq. bridled, all pjir;

1 ilndsor- Herald, lG-2'5. ] Braham, [Braham, Cumberland,] gu. a chev.


Bradshaw, [Lancashire,] ar. two bends sa. betvr. three fishes, erect, ar.
Brauston, or J^KAnESTON,[13rade^ton, Stinch- Braham, [Buckinghamshire,] gxt. on a chev. ar.
combe, and Winterbone, Gloucestershire,] ai. betw. three talbots' heads, erased, or, as many
on a canton gu. a rose or, barbed ppr. Crest, — mullets sa.
out of a ducal coronet or, a boar's head sa. Brcdiam, [Windsor,] sa. a cross flory ar. Crest, —
Bradston, or Bradcston, or, a chcv. betw. three four ostrich's feathers sa. enfiled v.ith a ducal
boars' heads, couped, sa. coronet or.
Bradston, ar. a pile gu. Braham, [New Windsor, Berks,] sa. a cross pa-
Bradston, ar. a pale, fusilly, sa. tonce or. —
Crest, in a ducal coronet or, a plume
Bradston, ar. on a canton gu. a cinquefoil, of feathers sa.
pierced, or. Braham, sa. a cross or. [Granted to Sir Richard
Bradston, or Bradeslon, ar. a chev. betw. tliree Braham, June lOth, 1G4G.]
boars' heads, couped, sa. BraJiam, sa. a cross ilory or.
Bradston, gu. five fusils, in pale, ar. Braham, [Lancasl'.ire,] az. a cross moline or.
Bradcston, ar. five fusils, in bend, gu. Braikriuge, [Lockiugton, Leicestershire,] ar. a
Bradcston, ar. on a canton gu. a cross or. chev. embattled, betw. three battle-axes, sa.
Bradcston, ar. five fusils, in pale, g-u. Braileeord. See Braylforij.
Bradcston, gu. five lozenges, in pale, ar. Braine, or Braynk, [Gloucestershire,] ar. on
Bradeslon, ar. a bend, lozeugy, gu. a pale gu. three leopards' heads of the field.
Bradcston, ar. a pile, indented, gu. Crest, a leopard's head ar.
Bradestone, ar. on a cross gn. a cross or. Braine, ar. a fret sa.
Bradwauden, or Bradwardkr, barry of six, Jiroyn, or Bayne, az. a chev. embattled, betw.
sa. and erm. three martlets, or.
Bradicarden, barry of six, ermines and ermine. Brayne, a cross moline or.
sa.
Bradwardijn, barrj" of six, sa. and erm. gultee Brai/ne, [Gloucestershire,] az. on a fesse, betw.
d'or. three bugle-horns, stringed, ar. a hemp-hackle
Bradv.'ell, [Cheshire,] az. two bai's ar. in chief gu.
as many plates. — Crest, a rock ])pr. Brayne, az. a cross moline or.
Bradwen Ap, [Wales,] gu. three snakes, Brayne, [Aston jMondrera,] or, an escochcon
nowcd in triangle, ar. Brainthwayt, [Eingwood, Hants,] or, two
Bragdon, or Braguen, [London,] ar. a lion, bends, engr. sa.
j)assant, az. betw. three tleurs-de-lis gu. Crest, — Branthwaite, or Brailhivaiie, [London, 1582,]
a boar, issuant out of a rock, ppr. or, two bends, engr. sa. —
Crest, on a rock ppr.
Bragden, ar. a lion, jiassaut, betw. three fleurs- an eagle, rising, ar.
de-lis, gu. Braitiiwait, [Catterick, Richmondsliire, York-
Brace, [st.oudon and Essex,] or, a chev. bet\v. sliire,] gu. on a chev. ar. three cross crosslets,
three bulls, sa. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet, fifchee, sa. —
Crest, a greyhound, couchant, ar.
per pale ar. and or, a bull's head sa. armed collared and lined gu.
gold. Brathicayte. See Braihicayte.
Bragg, [Somersetshire, 1020,] ar. a chev. vert, Brakeley, two bars, vaire, ar. and vert.
sa.
betw. three bulls, passant, gu. Crest, a lion's — Bralceley, checpiy, erm. and gu. on a bend a/.
head, erased, ar. collared, vaire, or and az. three billets or.
(Another crest, a bull, passauf, gu.) Brakenbury, [Durham,] or, fretty sa.
BRA BRA
Brahenhiiry, [Kent,] or, fretty sa. on a canton wreathed about the temples ar. and gu. (Another
gu. a bird of tlip first. crest, a lion, rampant, or.)
JSrokenhiu-y, [DLirbani.] ar. three cliev. brncort in Brampton, [Norlblk and Sufiolk,] gu. a lion, ram-
base, sa. —
Crest, a lion, couchanl, guardaut, sa. pant, with two tails, erm.
under an oak-tree vert. Brampton, [London, and Brampton-Castle, Here-
Urakentrf.e, [Soniersetsliire,] erm. a cross, fordshire,] az. three round buckles or.
cngr. sa. charged with five mullets ar. Brampton, az. a lion, rampant, or.
Brakentree, [Essex,] ar. on a cross, engr. sa. five Brampton, Norfolk,] gni. on a
[A.ttleborough,
estoiles or. fesse ar. a mullet sa. in chief three plates.
Jirakeiilrce, [Somcrsetiihire,] erm. on a cross, engr. Crest, out of a mural coronet, a talbot's head,
sa. five estoiles or. gu. erased, ar.
CUAKIN, [Cambridgeshire,] ar. a fesse, rompu, Brampton, ar. a saltier, betw. four crosslets sa.
az. betvv. three lozenges gu. on each a martlet Brampton, ar. a bend, danccttee, az.
or. Brampton, gu. on a fesse ar. three annulets sa. in
Bralyn, [Chesterton, Cambridgeshire,] ar. five chief three plates.
martlets, incross, sa. —
Crest, a hawk's head, Brampton, or, two lions, passauf, gu. armed and
erased, ar. ducally gorged or. langued, az. See Brompton.
llralijii, [Cambridgeshire,] gn. a fesse, chequy, Ptrumpton, gu. alien, rampant, erm.
ar. and az. belw. three lozenges or, eacli chm-ged Brampton, [Branipton-Castlc, Herefordshire,] or,
with a martlet of the field. two lions, passant, gu.
Brakyn, az. three mullets or, a chief, indented, Brampton, ar. a bend, indented, az.
enn. Brampton, gu. five escallops or, three and
BnARJf.vN, or Bakemax, sa. a break or, two.
betw. two martlets, and a bread-basket, ar. Brampton, az. three buckles or.
Brai.ford, quarterly, per fesse, indented, or Jh-ampton, [Letton, Norfolk,] gu. a fesse ar. in
and az. chief three plates.
Bialford, or BraUsford, or, a cinquefoil sa. Brampton, gu. a lion, rampant, erm.
Bhalfoktu, [Derbyshire,] ai". a cinquefoil, BiiAMSiiow, or, two bars and a canton gu.
pierced, sa. Bramson, or Branson, g}Tonny of six, ar. and
Bkamars, Bramarasse, or Bramariss, or, az.
a fesse, az. Bramston, [Screens-Roxwell, Essex,] or, on a
Brambert, ar. on abend sa. three rakes of the fesse sa. three plates. — Crest, a lion, sejant, or,
field. gorged with a colkn- sa. charged with three
Brambud, ar. three annulets and a canton, plates.
a^. Bramston, [Woodham-^\' alter, Essex.] The
Braaies, [Kent,] sa. on a cliief ar. a denii hon, same.
rampant, gu. Bramston, az. three crosses patonce ar.
Bramj;tost, per pale, gu. and sa. a lion, rmn- BjtAMTOT, per pale, gii. and sa. a lion, rampant,
pant, betw. ten cross crosslets, fitchce, or. ar. within an orle of crosslets, fitchee, or.
Bramford, [Lincohishire and Yorkshire,] ar. a Bran, Ap, [North Wales,] ar. achev. sa. betw.
fesse gu. three rooks j)pr.
Bramhall, [Chester and London,] sa. a lion, Brancey, barry of twelve, ar. and az.
rampant, or, armed and langued gu. Crest, a — Branch, or Braunch, gu. a leopard's head,
lion, passant, or. [Confirmed, November 21, jessant, a fleur-de-lis, or.
1628.] Branch, or Branche, erm. a fret gu.
Bramley. See Bromley. Branch, [Sir John, Lord Slayor of London, 1580,]
Brambley, ar. three brambliugs ppr. a chief quarterly iirst and fourth, ai'. a lion, rampant,
;

R"- guaidant, gu. debruised by a bendlet sa. se- ;


,
Brammeryfe, or, a fesse az. cond and third, gu. a fesse, vaire, ar. and az.
Brampton, az. tv\o lions, passant, or, armed in chief a unicorn, passant, betw. two mullets,
and langued gu. all within a bordure, ejigr. or.
Brumjtton, [Letton, Norfolk,] gu. a fesse ar. in Branch, ar. a chev. sa. betw. three mullets
chief three bezants. gu.
Jh-aiiipioH, [Brampton, Norfolk,] gu. a saltier, Branche, a lion, ram])ant, gu. armed az. op-
ar.
befw. four cross crosslets, fitchee, ar. Crest,
on a tiger, ar. a naked man, astride, ppr.
— pressed with a bend, sa.
Branche, or Branch, erm. fretty gu.
[ y 2 ]
BRA BRA
Branclie, [Westmoreland,] ar. three bars, and a guiu-dant, holding in the beak an olive-brancfj
canton, sa. ppr.
Branchlkv, az. a cross potent or. BiiANDFORD, az. on a chev. betw. two eagles,
Brand, az. two swords, in saltier, ar, hilts in rising, in cliief, and a lion in base, or, three
base, or, witliin a bordiire, engr. of the last, sprigs of oak, fruutcd, vert. —
Crest, an eagle,
pellettee sa. —
Crest, a leopard's head and neck, ri.sing, or, holding in tiie beak a sprig of oak^ as
erased, guardant, quarterly, ar. and or, semee in the arms. [Granted to William Brandford,
of roundles of three colours sa. vert and gii. of London, late of Barbadoes, 1757.]
[Borne hy the Rev. John Brand, la/e Rector of Branuishfieli), ar. three caps sa. adorned with
S(. Mary-at-HiU and St. Andrew, Holhorn, coronets or.
London, and Perpetual Curate of Cramflnrjton, Brandling, gu. a cross flory, and an escallop in
Northumberland, who died Sept. 11, 180G.] the dexter corner, ar.
Brand, [Gray's Irni and Suffolk, 1G16,] az. two Bi-andehjng, or Brandling, [Newcastle, Nor-
swords, in saltier, ar. hilted, in base, or, a bor- thumberland,] gu. a cross patonce ar. in the
dure, engr. of the last. —
Crest, out of a ducal chief point an escallop shell of the second.
coronet, or, a leopard's ('or lion's) head, guar- Crest, a stump of a tree, couped and erased,
dant, ar. semee of roundles, of various co- from the top issuing flames of fire, from the
loiu-s. sinister a sprig with an acorn and leaves, all
Brand, [Monlsey, Surrey, 1591,] Or, a chev. ppr.
betw. three dexter hands, couped at the wrist, Brandon, [Suffolk,] harry of ten, ar. and gu. a
sa. —Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a cock- lion,rampant, or, ducally crowned, per pale of
atrice's head, gu. betw. two ^vings ppr. the and second.
first
Brand, vert, a griflin, passant, and a chief or. Brandon, ar. four bars, gu. a lion, rampant, or,
Brand, [Sir Thomas, Scotland,] quarterly first ; ducally crowned, per pale of the second and
and fourth, az. two battens or, ensigiied on the third.
top with the unicorn of Scotland second and ; Brandon, [Chamberlain of London,] nr. two bars
thud, or, on a bend sa. three niascles ar. a chief gu. a lion, rampant, double-queued, or, pel-
az. charged with as many stars of tlie third. lettee. — Crest, a head, erased, ar. charged
lion's
— Crest, a voll, Avith a batton in pale. with two bars gu. on each three bezants.
Brand, [Scotland,] ar. on a bend sa. three nias- Brandon, [London,] or, four pellets gu. on a can-
cles of the fust on a chief of the second, as
; ton sa. a lion, rampant, of the field.
many sjnn-rowels, or.— Crest, two probocides Brandon, [Suffolk,] sa. two lion's gambs, per sal-
of elephants, in pale, couped, flexed, and re- tier, era-sed, betw. as many lions' heads, erased,
flexed, ar. that on the dexter charged with three ar.
mascles, the sinister with as many spur-rowels, Brandon, harry of twelve, ar. and gu. a lion, ram-
sa. pant, or.
Brandeeth, sa. fivemascles, conjohied in cross, Brandon, gu. two lion's paws, erased, in saltier,
ar. —Crest, a lamb, conchant, ar. or.
Branoer, quarterly; first and fourth, az. flames of Brandon, sa. five fusils, in bend, or.
fire ppr. ; second and third, az. a saltier, humet- Brandreth, [^yeeford, Staffordshire,] sa. a
tee, or. —First crest, or badge, encircled by six- cross of five mascles or. Crest, — a lamb,
teen full blown roses, alternately red, bine, pink, couchant, ar. [Bti Patent, November 10,
and yellow; a human heart ppr. from either side IG-ii.]
a wing expanded ar. surmounted of a long cross Brandreth, or Brandrelth, niasculy, beudv of
and ohve-branch, in saltier, also ppr. above the four, ar. and gu.
heart a crown of five points or, beneath tlie ro- Brandsby. See Braxsby.
ses this motto, ]]'er ffutes.u. bases. 7nt .kan
. . Brandt, gu. the stem of a tree, couped at both
ertragan Wirt .Icein .f/rose .ehre .erjayen. Se- ends, in bend, or.
cond crest, a demi phcenix, issuing from flames, Brandwood, [Durham,] erm. two pales, vaire,
ppr. [Borne by John Spieker Brander, Esq. or and az. on a chief of the last, a bezant, betw.
of Sovierford- Grange, Hants.'] A
Subscriber, two yew-trees of the second. Crest, a yew-tree —
1824. ppr.
Brander, [Surrey,] gu. a burning bush ppr. betw. Brangor, gu. an angel, standing erect, with his
two roses ar, in fesse, in chief two lions, ram- hands conjoined and elevated on his breast, ha-
pant, and a third in base of the Inst. Crest, or — bited in a long robe, girt, ar. \vings displayed.
badge, as above. Second crest, a dove, re-
BRA BRA
Brankktoy, [Essex,] ar. on a cross, engr. sa. Brawne, [London and Surrey, 1604,] ar. three
five esfoiles or. bars sa. oa a canton or, a dragon's head, erased,
Bkankktry, [Somersetshire,] enu. on across, of the second. —
Crest, out of a mural coronet or,
eaigr. sa. five esfoiles or. a dragon's head sa.
BrankfrIiY, or Branktroy, [Essex,] ar, on Brawiie, ar. three bars sa. on a canton gu. a saltier
a cross, eiigr. sa. five cstoiles or. of the field.
Brans, barry of twelve, or and az. Bratin, ar. three fusils, pointed, or hi point, trian-
BRANSiiY, or Braslky, [Kent,] ar. a cliev. gular, gu.
befw. tbrce sAvans' necks, erased, sa. Eraunston, gu. a cross, pomettee, voided or.
lirandshxj, sa. a saltier^ ar. betw. four mullets, or. Braunz, or, six barnilcts az.
BRAN.SON, or Braunson, per pale and per Bray, harry of six, or and vert.
cliev. counterclianged, ar. and sa. Bratj, [Northumberland,] gu. three bends vair.
Bransiiath, Bramspath, Branspeth, or [Borne hy Michael Bray, Esq. of Lincoln's Inn,
Branspauche, ar. three bars, and a crujton, sa. 1787.]
Branston, quarterly, gu. and vert, four buckles Bray, ar. a chev. betw. three parrots' legs, erased,
or. sa. within a bordure, engr. gu.
Branston, [Derbyshire,] ar. on a fesse sa. three Bray, [Sussex and Bedfordshire,] ar. a chev. Iietw.
bezants. three eagles' (another, ravens') legs, erased, a la
Branti:sley, or Erantsley, ar. on abend, quiso, sa. armed gn. —
Crest, a lion, passant,
engr. gu. three lions, rampant, or. gUiU'daut, or, betw. two wings, endorsed, vaire,
Branthwaitk. See BRAiTinvAix. or and az. (Another, the wings vair.)
Brantingham, [Devon,] sa. a fesse, subcreuelle, Bray, [Oxfordshire,] quarterly, ar. and az. on a
betw. three Catharine \^heels, or. bend gu. three fleurs-de-lis or.
Brase.mon, sa. two crescents, braced, or. Bray, [Nortliuiiiberland,] ^air, three bends gu.
Braskle, [Norfolk,] la. a cross, chequy, ar. and Bray, ar. a chev. sa. betw. three ogresses, within
gu. a bordure, engr. gu.
Brasktt, quarterly, per fesse, indented, sa. and Bray, erm. a cross formee gu.
ar. in the lirst quarter, a stork or. Bray, ar. a chev. betw. three parrots, (or popin-
Brash AM, or, on a chief az. a lion passant, giiar- jays,) sa, within a bordure, engr. gu.
daut, of the tield. Bray, quarterly, ar. and az. .

Brasham, per fesse, az. and or, a lion, passant, Bray, ar. a chev. betv/. two pots sa. within a bor-
guardaut, gu. dure, engr. gu.
Brassy, ar. on a chief, gu. two mullets of the Bray, ar. a chev. betw. three eagles' legs, erased,
field. k la quise, sa. armed gu.— Crest, an ounce
Brasye, [Cornwall,] quarterly, indented, ar. iuid ppr.
sa. Bray, ar. a chev, gu, betw. three eagles' legs,
Brasye, quarterly, indented and ar.
sa, erased, sa.
Brathwayte, [Westmorland, 1591,] gu. on a Bray, or, a chev. betw. three pellets, sa. within a
cliev. ar. three cross crosslets, fitchee, sa. bordure, engr. gu.
Crest, a greyhound, couchant, ar. collared and Bray, [Cornwall,] ar. three pair of barnacles, ex-
lijiedgu. the collar studded and ringed or. pansed, in pale, sa.
Bkatost, ar. seraee fleurs-de-lis, a lion, rampant, Bray, [Surrey and Eaton Bray, Bedfordshire,]
az. nr. a chev. betw. three eagles' legs, erased, sa.
Buatt, [Staflordshixe,] ar. on a chev. az, three (quartering, vair, three bendlets gu.; also by
bezants. the name of JJrey.) — Crest, a llax-braker or.
Bkat'ion, .<?a. a lion, ramp;int, ar. Bray, ar, on a chief gii. a lion, passant, or.
BuATTON, [Somersetshire,] ar, a fesse, engr. gu, Braye, ar, on a chev, betw, three gTiflins' heads,
betw. three mullets sa. era?ed, gu. an escallop or. —
Crest, out of a
Braunde, vert, a grifhn, passant, segreaut, and ducal coronet or, a plume of five feathers, three
acliief or. [Granted to Benjamin Braunde, of ar. t\vo az. on the top of the plume, a griffin's
SvfoU:, 10 th March, IGJO.] head, gu,
BRauneck, gyronny of four, champaine or en- Braye, [Cornwall,] ar, three pine trees, erased,
arched, ar. and goi. ppr. fructed or.- — Crest, out of a ducal coronet,
Braveing, [Wilts,] gu. two bends, wavy, one ar. az. a grillin's head, erm.
the other or. —
Crest, a demi talbot gu. guttee
'I'or, ducally crov^ned ar.
Braye, vert, tlireebendlets ar.
Braybeck, gu. six fusils, in bend, or.
B R E B R E
Uraijheck, gu. six fusils, in bend, or, a label of five Breame, [London,] gu. ou a chev. ar. betw.
points, az. (Another, ar.) heads, erased, or, as many m.id-
tlu-ee talbols'
Brcnjbeck, gu. five bend, or, a label, ar.
fusils, in lets sa. — Crest,
a hand and arm, couped at the
Jiraijlieck, gu. fue fusils, in bend, or, a label, az. elbow, erecf, habited bendy of six, or and az.
Bkaybuokk, [Siillblk,] ar. seven mascles, az. cutr of the first, the hand gra.sping a fish, all
three, three, and" one, betw. the first and second ppr.
rows, two roses, gu. —
Crest, a maiden's head, Breame, az. three breames or.
p])r. hair or, with a garland of violets and leaves Breant, [Temp, llem-y IIL] gu. a cinquefoil,
round her head. ar.
Bruyliroke, [Bucks,] ar. seven mascles, coiijunct, Brearcliffe. See Bracliffe.
three, three, and one, gu. Brebroke, ar. seven mascles, gu. three, three,
Braybrole, [London, temp. John,] ar. seven mas- and one, betvs'. twelve roses sa.
cles, conjoined, az. three, three, and one. Breche, ar. a chev. betv/. three mullets, sa.
Bk AY FIELD, [Norfolk,] az. a cross chequy, ar. Brechin, [Scotland,] or, three piles in point, ^i.
and gu. Breck-E, ar. two bars, and in chief as many pales
Braiififkl, gu. three escallops, az. betw. two bends az. on aii inescocheon or, two bars sa.
vail-. Breckdon, gu. five fusils, in bend, ar.
Brayluocke, ar. seven mascles, pierced, three, Brecknock," [Wales,] barry of twelve, ar. and
tln-ee, and one, v.ilhin a bordure, gu. gu. an orlc of ten martlct-s, sa.
Braylefe, ar, a cinquefoil, pierced, sa. Brecknock, barry of ten, ar. and gu. an orlc of
Braylford, ar. two bends, az. on a canton, sa. eight martlets, sa.
a chess-rook, or. Brecknock, or Brecknoij, ar. a chev. betw. three
Braijlford, ar. five mascles, in saltier, sa. lions' ('a?jo//ier, bears') gambs, erased, sa.
Braylford, or Brcnjleford, quarferly; per fesse, BrECT, De la, or BliEET, gu.
indented, or and az. Bred, gu. a fesse, indented, betw. ten billets,
Braylford, ar. tv,o bends, sa. on a canton of the three, two, three, and tv,o.
second, a chess-rook, or. Bredcake, vert, a saltier, lozeugy, or.
Brayllford, or Brailcford, or, a cinquefoil, sa. Br ED ELL, jier fesse, ar. and gu. three piles,
Braylesford, or Ihaylford, [Derbyshire.] The couped and transposed, in fesse, az.
same. Bredgate, o/- Bredgatt, [Kent,] ar. a bend,
Brayi.ie, or BRUL'i'E, erm. on a bend, gu. az. fretty of the field, betw. two lions, passant,
three chev. or. guard iuit, gu.
Braylston, sa. six mullets or, three, two^ and Bredham, [Kent,] ar. two bendlets, sa.
one. Bredham, [Kent,] ar. a bend, sa.
Brayme, ar. on a ptde gu. three leopards' heads BREDiNGiiURST,[SuiTey,] az. on a fesse, indent-
of the field. ed, ar. three mullets, gu.
Brayne. See Braine. Bredleshaw, [Yorkshire,] ar. two bars, voided,
Braytoft, [Lincolnshire,] ar. a leopard, ram- az. in chief three mullets, gu.
pant, guardant, az. Bredman, [Bedfordshire,] ar. on a cross, sa. five
Braytoft, ar. a lion, rampant, within an orle of lozenges, erm.
cross crosslets, fitchee, az. Brednell, [London,] ar. o)i a chev. gu. betw.
Braytoft, [Lincolnshire,] az. cruslly, (another, three didappers, az. a crescent or, charged wiih
crosses bottonee,) a lion rampant, ar. — Crest^ a a mullet, sa.
demi lion, rampmit, gu. crusily, ar. Bredwardine, [Brecknock.shire,] or, two lions,
Braytoft, [Braytoft, Lincohishire,] per pale, ar. couchant, gu.
and az. two Uons, rampant, counterclianged. Bredwell, [Sufl'olk,] gu. a goat, salient, ar.
Braytoft, ar. a lion, rampant, az. armed gxi. attired, or.
Brayton, az. two chev. betw. as many mullets Bredtccll, [Suffolk,] ar. on a bend, engr. sa. three
or. goats' heads, couped, of the field, attired, or.
Brayton, az. two chev. betw. three mullets ar. Breedon, [Croton, Northamptonshire,] gu. alien.
Brayton, ar. a cross, gu. fretty or. rampant, ar. betw. eight nails, or. Crest, a —
BiiAYTOST, ar. a lion, rampant, az. demi lion, ar. holding a cross pattee, fitchee.
Breacourt, paly of six, ar. and gu. a bend, gu.
erm. Brekdon, [Essex,] gu. a bend fusily, ar.
BRF.AnriEED, az. a stag's head, erased, or. BREK.HED, sa. three garbs or, within a bordure,
Brkake, gu. a dragon, volant, ar. ar. • ' .
B R E B R E
BrEKIN, [Cumbcrliuul,] gu. a fessc, clioquy, nr. Brenley, gu. a griflin, segreant, or.
and az. botw. lliicc lozenges of llie second, each Brenlij, [Kent,] g\i. a gi-iflln, segreant, ar.
I'liarged with a martlet, gii. Brenne. See Bren.
]>Ri:KNon, or Bi;ETN'OR,"barry often, av. and Brens, bany of six, ar. gu. and az.
gii. eight martlets, in orle, sa. Brent, [Keni,] gu. a viveni, sejant, the tail

UuKMiJiCR, [London,] ar. three anindets and a nowed, ar.


canton, az. Brtni, [Oxford, Pat. 1GJ3,] gu. a wivcrn ar.
Hrcinher, [London,] nz. three annulets, ar. on a charged on the breast with three spots of erni.
canton of the last, a mullet, gii. one and two.— Crest, a wivern's head, betw.
IJreinber, ar. t-no ansiiilcis, and a canton, az. t^^-o wivern'i' v.ings, ar. charged on the breast as

iiicniher, [Sir Nitholus,Lord IMayor of London, in the arms.


1377, 1383, ]38-l, and 1385,] ar. three aimulets, Drcnt, [Dorsetshire,] gu. seven griflins, segreant,
sa. on a canton of the second, a mullet of the ar.
ileld. Brent, [Js'ent.] gu. a cockatrice, salient, or.
Urk.men, ar. three trum]iets, gu. Brent, [ICenf, Somerset, and Gloucester.] gu. a
JjRKMER, ar. a plume of six feathers, alternately, wiverii, passant, ar. —
Crest, a dragon's heiid,
gu. and or. betw. two wings, expanded, ar.
Bur-MMORE, [Wilts,] or, a fesse, sa. betw. three Brent, gu. a gi-ifiin, segreant, ar.
crescents, az. Brent, gu. a wivern, displayed, and tail uowed, ar.
BrI'.MOND, ar. a lion, rampant, az. Brentisee, ar. two lions, passant, guardant, gu.
Bremsiiell, or Bresiient, ar. a fesse, gn. on debruised by a bend vert, chmgcd with throe
a canton of the second, a crescent, ar. eagles, displayed, or.
Brem.S)1ETT, ;u-. a fesse, gu. on a quarter of the Brenlisle,ar. on a bend, engr. gu. three lions,
last, a crescent of the iisld. rampant, of the field.
Breinshol, [Hauls,] ar. on a fesse, gu. a cres- Bri;ntisley, or Brentsley. Same arms.
cent of the first, and a canton of the second. Brenton, [Hertfordshire,] ar. a chev. betw. three
Br EN, ar. a chev. bet^r. three dexter hands, martlets, sa.
euuped at the w rist, sa. Brenton, ar. two bars, gu. on a canton of the se-
Jircnne, ar. a fesse dancettee, bet\v. three leo- cond; a cross of the first.
pards' faces, sa. Brenton, ar. a chev. gTi. betw. three martlets, sa.
Biriuie, ar. a chev. betw. three sinister hands, sa. JiltENTYKE, az. three eagles, displayed, ar.
Brenchesley, or Brenchlev, az. a cross armed, or.
patonce, or. Brenynger, or, a cross vert, over all a bendlet,
Brciuldeij, az. a cross patonce, engr. or. Crest, — gu.
a dexter band and arm, couped near the elbow, Breregiily, ar. a cross bottonee gu.
erect, holding a laurel-branch, all ppr. [Borne Brereiiougii, ar. a cross jjolent gu. betw. thiee
hy J Esq.
Brenchlei;, 'i J Uaidstone,
of Kent, ogresses.
^1823.] Brerehouse, [Norfolk,] erin. a lion, rampant,
Bi;];xi)E, [iVorfolk,] ar. on a chev. betw. three gu.
sinister hands, couped, sa. as many spear-heads Brereley, ar. a cross potent (another, pattce)
of the field. — Crest, a lion, rampant, guardant, gu.
ar. Brcarley, [London,] ar. a cross potent gu. in the
Brende, [Suffolk.] The same arms. Crest, the — dexter point a fleur-de-hs of the second. Crest, —
fore-part of a hon, gu. bleuded to the hind part a cross potent, fitchee, gii. betw. two -wings ar.
of a dragon, sejant, vert. Breerehj, [London and jMarland, Lancashire.]
BRENnFYERD, sa. three antelopes' heads, couped, The same arms. [Granted to James Breerehj,
ar. attired or. of London, 19//( March, 1G15.]
Brexiieyld, az. a cross, chequy, ar. and gu. Brere.S, [Chorley, Lancashire,] erm. on a can-
betv, . four juullcts or. ton az. a falcon, volant, or. —
Crest, a nag's
Bri:ndt, ar. a stag's attire, fixed to the scalp, head erminois.
or. Brereto, az. II cross, engr. nr.
i'REXECRO.SSE, gu. a saltier, engr. couped, ar. Brer ETON, [Brereton, Cheshire,] ar. two bars
1Jri;xi;rs, or, two bars, gu. over all a lion, rara- -sa.— Crest, a bear's head jjpr. issuing out of a
p^mt, of the second. ducal coronet Supporters, dexter, a
Br E.N AM,II or Bur HAM, sa. a cross, ar. betw. bear ppr. sinister, a wolf ar. collared az.
four crescents of the second. Brereton, [Burras, Denbighshire.] The same arms.
B R E B R E
Brerelon, flrclaiid.] The same arms. London, 1204 to 1297 inclusive,] az. two chev'. |

Brereion, [Chesliire,] ar. two bars sa. a crescent or, many mullets ar.
in cliicf as \

gu. charged vith a mullet or.— Crest, a bear's Britaine, [Lord Mayor of TiOndon, 1326,] gu. a i

head aiitl neck, erased, sa. muzzled gu. the saltier,betw. four fleurs-de-lis, or. j
muzzle studded or. Brilayne, chequy, or and az. a tower, triple tow- 1

Brerelon, ar. three eagles, displayed, gu. ered, erm. port displayed sa. within a bordure \

Brereton, [Devon,] ar. fretty gu. on a chief or, gTi. charged with eight leopmrds, passant, of the J

crusily gu. a lion, rampant, of the second. first. I

Brerelon, ar. betw. two bars sa. a cross patonce Bryfayne, chequy, or and az. a canton erm. within I

. of the second, charged v.ith five bezants. a bordure gu. charged with eight lions, passant,
Crest, on a chapeau az. turned up enu. a dragon guardant, of the first.
witli wings expanded, gu. Bretargii, [Bretargh, Lancashire,] ar. a fret
Brerelon, [Staffordshire and Cheshire.] The same. gu. on a chief or, a lion, passant, of the second.
Brereton, quarterly, ar. and sa. in the first two Bretargh, ar. a fret gu. on a chief or, a lion, pas-
bars sa. in the second as many banners ar. sant, betw. two cross crosslets sa.
Brereion, ar. two bars sa. a mullet of the last. Bretcock, az. three brits, naiant, ppr.
Brerelon, [Ileuford, Cheshire,] ar. two bars sa. Breteche, [1199,] sa. a lion, rampant, double
over all a cross formee, flcurv, gu. [Crealed
'
queued, ar. crowned or.

a Baronet, March lOlh, 1G2G.] Bretewell, gu. six cross crosslets, fitcliee, ar.
Brlrwood, or BiUERWdOD, [Chester,] erm. three, two, and one.
two pales, vaire, or and az. on a chief of the Briiwell, [Britwell, Bucks,] gu. a fesse, nebulee,

last, a bezant, betw. two garbs of the second. or.

— Crest, two swords in saltier gu. pon\els and BrujldiLcU, or Britwell, [Bucks,]
sa. five lozenges or.
ar. ou a cross
hilts or, enfded with au earl's coronet ppr.
Brerivood, erm. two pales, vair, ou a chief ar. a Bretingham, erm. a pile az.
torteaux, betw. two garbs gu. Bretland, [Thorncliffe, Cheshire,] ar. a haw-
BreSBY, [Penrith, Cumberland,] barry nebulee thorn tree, erased, vert, flowered gu.
of six, ar. and sa. ou a fesse gu. five guttee de Breton, [Cambridgeshire,] ar. two bars sa. a
larmes. label of three points gu.
BreSCETT, az. a bend, brettessed, or. Breton, ar. two talbots, passant, gu. (Another,
Brescy, or Bkessv, [Wislaston, Cheshire,] statant.)
quarterly, jier fesse indented, sa. and ar. in the Breton, [Norfolk,] quarterly, ar. and gu. in the
first quarter a mallard ar. first quarter a mullet sa. —
Crest, a demi talbot
Bresingham, sa. two eagles' vnngs, elevated gu. eaied, collared, and lined or, holding in
and conjoined, or. his feet the line coiled up.

Bresingham, sa. two wings, elevated and conjoin- Breton, or Bretton, [Northamptonshire,] ar. a
ed, ar. fesse, dancettee, gu. in chief three boars' heads,
BrbsseYj quarterly, per fesse indented, sa. and couped, sa. —
Crest, on a mural coronet gu. a
ar. in the first quarter a teale of the last,— boar's head, couped sa.
Crest, on a mount vert, a teale ar. Breton, [London, Statlordshire, and Leicester-
Bresstj, quai'terly, sa. and ar. in the first quarter shire,] az. a bend, betw. six mullets, pierced,
a teale of the second. or. —
Crest, a lion's gamb, erased, az. charged
Brest, [Kent,] sa. a cinquefoil, betw. an orle of with a chev. or, betw. three billets ar.
cross crosslets, or. Breton, [Lincolnshire.] Same arms, the mullets
Breston, [Hertfordshire,] erm. on a fesse ba- pierced gii.
ruled sa. thfee crescents or. Breton, [Norfolk and lincolushire,] az. a bend,
Breyston, sa. six martlets or. betw. six mullets or. (Another, ar.)
Bretaigne, chequy, or and az. a canton erm. Breton, [Winchinghmn, Norfolk,] quarterly, per
within a bordure gu. charged with eight lions, fesse indented, ar. and gu. a mullet for difl'e-

passfuit, guardant, of the first. rencc,


Bretayne, erm. a canton, chequy, or and az. within Breton, [Essex,] az. two chev. or, on the first a
a bordure gii. charged with eight Hons, passant, mullet sa. —
Crest, ou a liou's gamb az. a chev.
guard;uit, of the second. or, charged w ith a nudlet sa.

Britain, sa. three garbs or. Breton, [llaxsted, Essex,] az. two chev. or. in
Britain, or Breton, [Sir John, Lord lilayor of chief as many mullets of the second.
B U E BRE
Jhclon, or, fretty sa. acbief of the sccoud. (another ten) cross crosslcls, fitchee, of the
Jiiilon, fir. a lion, passant, sa. second.
lirelon, or Bret ton,
a fesse, dancettce, gii.
ar. Brett, az. flory ar. a lion, rampant, regunrdant,
hetw. three boars' heads, couped, sa. of the second, on his shoulder a mullet, overall
Brclon, az. a bond or, betw. six escallops ar. a bend gu.
Breton, cpiavterly, ar. and gu. in the first quarter Brett, per chev. embattled, or and gu. three
ii mullet of the second. cinquefoils counterchanged.
Breton, az. a bend, befv/. six martlets or. Brett, [Kent,] az. five cinquefoils, in saltier, ar.
Breton, az. a bend ar. fretty ^i. betw. six nmllets — Crest, a grifliii's head, betw. two wings ex-
or. CAnother, the niidlcts of six points.) panded, az. beaked or.
Breton, [Essex,] az. hvo chev. or. Brett, [Wapinthorne, Essex,] gu. a fesse, dan-
Breton, ai'. a chev. betw. three door-staples t^u. cettee, betw. ten billets, or, four in cliief, and
Breton, quarterly, sa. and ar. on the first a hon, three, two, and one in base.
pnssant, g-uardant, or. Brett, [Somersetsliire,] ar. a lion, rampant, betw.
Breton, quarterly, ar. and sa. two lions, and as nine cross crosslels, fitchee, gu.
many mullets, countercliang-ed. Brett, [Leicestershire and Gloucestershire,] gu. a
Breton, quarterly, ar. and sa. on tlie first a lion, fesse, dancettee, betw. ten bezants. — Crest, on
rarnpant, of the .second.
_^ _ '

a toy.er ar, a man^sjiead pjor,. . ,

Breton, [SufibTk aiid Essex,] quarterly, or and <-ctt, gu. a grifBn, segreant, ar.

p,u. a bordure az. Brett, [Leicestershire,] gii. a fesse, dancettee,


Breton, or, a cross crosslet az. ar. betw. twelve billets or.
Breton, [Temp. Ken. IL] az. a tun, in fesse, ar. Brett, [Kent and Devon,] or, a lion, rampant,
over if a scroll of the second, inscribed BRE. witliiu an orle of cross crosslets, fitchee, gu.
Breton, az. two chev. or, in chief as many rauUefs Crest, a lion, passant, gu.
of six points of the second. Brett, [Kent,] or, a lion, rampant, guardtait,
Breton, lozengy, or and sa. a chief of the se- betw. five cross crosslets, fitchee, gu.
cond. Brett, [Staflbrdshire,] ar. on a chev. az. three
Breton, az. two chev. betw. three mullets or, bezants. — Crest, a lion's gimib, erect, and erased,
pierced ^u. ar. grasping a wolf's head, erased, ppr. (Ano-
Breton, w. abend, betw. six mullets gu. ther, a dragon's vert.)
Breton, quarterly, ar. and sa. in the first a lion, Brett, or, tbee piles az.
rampant; in the second a mullet, couuterchan- Brett, [Devon,] ar. fretty gu. on a chief or, semee
ged. of cross crosslets, fitchee, of the second, and a
Breton, ar. a chev. betw. three escallops gu. lion, rampant, of the last.
Breton, ar. a fesse, indented, and three boars' Brett, ar. crusily, fitchee, gu. a lion, rampant, of
heads, gu. the second, (on liis shoulder an estoil^,) armed
Breton, quarterly, or and gu. a border engr. az. and laugued, or.
Breton, sa. fretty ar. a chief or. Brett, sa. a fesse ar. betw. three escallops or.
Briton, or Briiton, paly of six, or and gu. a bend Brett, [London,] ar. crusily, fitchee, gu. a lion,
sa. guttce d'eau. ran)pant, of the second.
Brillon, quarterly, per fesse indented, ar. aJid sa. Brett, gu. in chief a lion, passant, guardant,
in the first quarter a mulle't of the last. (another, reguai-dsuit,) or.
Britton, ar. a cross crosslet az. Brett, ar. a bend gu. billettee of the field.
Bretlon, gii. a pile ar. Brett, gu. a bend, betw. six martlets, or.
Bretokon, on a bend, betw. six mullets, or,
az. Brett, gu. in chief a lion, rampant, or.
a bear's gamb, couped
at the knee, sa. Brett, [Leicestershire,] gu. a fesse, indented,
Brktoste, rampant, sans tail, within
az. a lion, betw. ten billets, or.
an orle of crosses moline ar. Brett, or Bret, gu. a lion, passant, reguardmit, or.
liiuri T, ar. on a bend gu. nine billets, five and Brett, [Somersetshire,] ar. a lion, rampant, betw.
four ar. five cross crosslets, fitchee, gu.
Ihett, or, a hon, rampant, within an orle of cross Brett, or Britl, [Brccknocksliire,] per chev. em-
crosslets, gii. —
Crest, a lion, passant, gu. battled, gu. and or, three cinquefoils, cotmter-
Brett, [Jx'icestershiro,] gu. a fesse, dancettee, changed.
iietw. eight billets,
four and four, or. Brett, az. semee of cross crosslets ar. a lion, ram-
Brett, a lion, rampant, gu. charged on the
ar. pant, or. — Crest, a lion, ])assnnt, or.
shoulder with a trefoil, slipped, or, betw. eight Brette, ar. a lion, rampant, within a bordure, gu.
[ K]
B R E B R I

liritf, or Jhitiza, [Devon,] sa. a fesse ar. (ano- Bruyin, quarterly, gu. and az. four estoiles or.
ther, or) bolw. tliri'c escallops or. Bruijin, az. a lion, rampant, ar. billettee gu.
Briile, ;ir. a clicv. compoiiy, az. and or. Brui/in, [Essex and Sun'ey,] az. a cross sarcely,
Brite, bond sa.
iir. a or moline, or. —
Crest, a goat ar. attired or.
Biu:ttauciii.v, ar. a fntt, brettcsscd, sa.
liRKTTY, clit-quy, ar. and az.
IJRi'TVii.i,, f,Mi. "a raft or flout, removed, or. ]}i!i'.wsiF.RE,[IMiddlesex,] sa. three antelopes'
]J)n;i i.i', pu. a {^iflin, segreant, or. heads, erased, ar. armed or.
IJniANin-, ar. a pod of smooth scorpion grass Bri;wstf.I), sa. a fesseerm. betw. three estoiles
\er(. ar. — Crest, a leopard's head and neck, erased,
Bhi'.\iti:r, ar. on a cross, quarter pierced, az.
four fleurs-de-lis or. Bri sa. a chev. erm. betw. three estoiles
13rj'\NI.ng, gu. a flag spear-bead in pale, and
two in saltier, ar. gorged with a coronet or, a Breicsler, [Northampton,] az. a chev. erm. betw.
bordure, nebulee, of the last and az. three estoiles ar. —
Crest, a leopard's head,
Brkw.VS, or, two chew gu. within a bordure, erased, sa. (anctJicr, az.) bezantee.