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SOME

FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS

BRONZE SHIELD FOUND IN THE RIVER WITHAM,


THEREON THE OUTLINE OF A BOAR, THE NATIONAL SYMBOL.

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" Hora

Jtrotes," page 68.

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Some feudal

Coats of flrms
AND OTHERS

1 '

ILLUSTRATED WITH
2,000

ZINCO ETCHINGS
FROM

THE BAYEUX TAPESTRY GREEK VASES


SEALS TILES EFFIGIES BRASSES
AND

HERALDIC ROLLS

SOME CHART PEDIGREES


JOSEPH FOSTER
Hon. M.A. Oxon
Vols.
;

Aulhocof " Alumni Oxonienses," 8 Vols. ; " The British Peerage and Baronetage, 1880-3," and many other Genealogical Works

JAMES PARKER &


1902

CO.

OXFORD AND LONDON

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ARMS ON TITLE PAGE

1344 E. III. SIR HUGH WROTTESI.EY, K.G. 1369 E. in. JOHN, 3RD LORD NEVILLE OF RABV, K.G. 1378 R. 1382 R. 1405 H. 1424 H.
ii. II.

SIR

SIR LEWIS CLIFFORD, K.G. BRYAN STAPLETON, K.G.


SIR

iv.

vi.

1461 E. iv.

1462 E.

iv.

1472 E. iv. 1472 E. iv.

JOHN STANLEY, K.G. JOHN, LORD TALBOT, K.G. JOHN, STH LORD SCROI-E OF BOLTON, K.G. WILLIAM, LORD HASTINGS, K.G. JOHN, LORD HOWARD, K.G. WALTER, 6rn LORD FERRERS OF CHARTLEY, K.G
THOMAS,
IST

1476 E. iv.

MARQUIS OF DORSET, K.G.

BASKERVILLE.

2 1'RIDEAUX. 3

2 3

CLIFTON. TURVILE.

PENNINGTON.

4 GRESLEY. 5 COLVILE. 6 COURTENAY.

4
5

DYMOKE. SALTMARSHE
TEMPEST.

6 ROKEBY.

LUMLEY.

2 SALVIN. 3

WALDEGRAVE.
TRYE.

4 DIGBY.
5

GRBY. ANNESLEY. 3 HARINGTON, 4 WORSLEY. 5 LlNGEN.


2

2 3

BROUGHTON. ARDEN.
BRACEBRIDGE.

4
5

CHETWYND.
STRICKLAND.

6 GRIMSTON.

The

letters

denote the

five

the shields in each.

rows on the lower panel, and the figures the order of See also page xxxiv.

With
the

Illustrations from

Neath Abbey, v-x.


aristocracy

year

1895
its

our

was
des-

suddenly

startled

by

what may be

Heraldic status, delivered in a work hailing from Scotland, entitled, too quaintly, "Armorial " Families ; its very raison d'etre being to the contrary, viz. the
cribed as a feint on
inclusion of a host of families who, on the advice of certain officers of arms, were inferentially disclaimed as non-armorial ; and who, thus being almost " made infamous by " publication would in some cases be headed to

Nor were the italicized persons long doubt as to the meaning of the equivocal distinction conferred upon them they were chivalrously informed in the " Saturday Review " by X., who has not so far disclaimed identity with "the Editor" of "Armorial Families," that " one has to insult (a man) publicly in black and white before he can be induced to make the least inquiry about the arms in question.' * This modus
the Heraldic fold for armorial salvation.
left

in
;

" operandi of the Editor

himself was, however, reproved in its turn by the same a weighty article entitled "The Black Book of an Amateur Herald," written, it is understood, by Windsor Herald. The following are the terms of his rebuke

"

"Saturday Review"

in

(RICHARD) rm GRANVII.E, Foi'NDKR OF \KATH ABBEY 1129, ATTRIBUTED ARMS.

which involve the payment of fees to professional men are periodically to be described by implication as This, if done at all, should impostors. be done officially. In an amateur it is meddling ; it is a kind of scandal-mongering."
' '

Those who decline

to take steps

ROBERT OR WILLIAM, EARI. OF


GLOUCESTER,
c.

Windsor,

in the

same

article,

goes on
:

to reprove

this

irregular procedure

1147-1183.

of his brother Heralds, for he thus writes " No individual Herald or Pursuivant has any authority man is entitled to coat armour or not."

to decide

whether a given English-

admittedly upon the authority of a Herald and a Pursuivant that the " insult procedure, amounting to an publicly in black and white," was evolved, "the Editor" and "X." sink into the insignificance of irregular Agents of
it is

As

His Majesty's Office of credited devices.

Arms

no other

official

protesting against these dis-

These unchivalrous and apparently unwarranted proceedings provided just the necessary incentive to commence a long-cherished design to produce an Armorial which should give the authority for each coat. The compilation of
I, I.F.WEI. I.YN

AP VoRWKRTH, PRINCE

OK WALES, 1214.

work from original sources has involved several years' unremitting applicathe mere accumulation and classification of the various Heraldic .Rolls, Visitations, and Manuscripts constituting a most arduous and almost a forbidding The Heralds having sold practically all their ancient task, single-handed.
this

tion

RHYS AP GRIFFITH.

manuscripts or copies of them, I hope ultimately to complete from the unrivalled Heraldic MS. authorities (wholly outside the College of Arms) in the British
*

For

strictures

on

this

procedure see
25, 1899
;

(1) (2) (3)

(4)

"The Black Book of an Amateur Herald," Saturday Review, February " Arms and the Gentleman," Contemporary Review, August 1899 ; " Order Arms," the World, August 16, 1899; and "A Reformed College of Arms," the Contemporary Review, July 1900.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS. -PREFACE.


the Bodleian Library, and the Colleges of Oxford and Cambridge * a trustworthy account of the arms of those families who have borne them (i) by

Museum,

ancient user since Feudal times, that age of Chivalry, long anterior to a Heralds' College extending it (3) to those (2) by ancient grant or other right heraldic
; ;

bear arms by a user of three generations, giving them, as in Ireland, a prescriptive ownership, providing it does not conflict with any pre-existing rights.

men

of family and to county gentry

who

With some sense of

satisfaction,

though of shortcoming withal,

now

in

all

modesty place the result of my labours in the domain of Heraldry before the Student and Man of Family under the title of " Some Feudal Coats of Arms," " Men of Coat Armour, their together with a preliminary display relating to
Bearings and Badges," from ancient and modern examples, their pedigrees and " " Ancestral Families will be Royal Descents additional pedigrees are invited. issued under counties, or groups of counties, of which Yorkshire will be the first
;

specimen page), rather than under a single alphabet as originally intended. of Arms" is primarily a collection, from the Heraldic Rolls, of the names, with the personal insignia displayed on their banners or vestments, of the combatants at the battle of Falkirk, 1298, and at the siege of Carlaverock, 1300, at the tournaments of Dunstable in 1308 and 1334, at the
(see

"Some Feudal Coats

battle

Rouen, 1418.
xxxi),

of Boroughbridge, 1322, or at the siege of Calais, 1345-8, and before With these have been incorporated the names and blasons in the so-called Heraldic Rolls or Lists, some of which I have re-named (see pages xxx,

How
added

concluding with the Arundel or Military Roll, emblasoned circa Hen. VI. far these Heraldic Rolls or Lists were compiled from originals and

to by Heralds or Herald-painters of later date must remain a moot point. those which are generally accepted as contemporary with the persons whose arms are blasoned therein I may at least refer to the Military Rolls before mentioned, 1298-1418. The copy of the Bering Roll, which is considered to be the earliest of the Rolls assigned to the reign of Hen. III., agrees to a remarkable extent with the Howard or Planch^ Roll. The Ashmole copy of

Of

this

same Bering

Roll, No. 1120,

made by

that notorious Elizabethan

Herald

Ralfe Brooke (when " the

names and

Cross, 1580-93), is by him recklessly described as armes of those Knightes as weare w' Kinge Richard the firste at

Rouge

Aeon or Acres," 1191 (see Black's Ashmolean Catalogue), another noteworthy instance, I am afraid, of the malpractices displayed by the officious Elizabethan Heralds, secure in their re-incorporation of For the conthe assigge of
1555.

venience of the student


article thereon in the

" have distinguished the majority of these " Bering


;

blasons by a double dagger, J and those interested in the Roll will find a short " Reliquary," vol. xvi. p. 135. Probably the most interesting of the series, Historically and Heraldically, is the Boroughbridge Roll (1322), long in the possession of the family of Colonel Williams-Wynn, of Coed-y-Maen, to whom I am indebted for
gratefully

permission to reproduce the examples on pages xxvi, xxviii, and so also, in the case of the Camden Roll (page xxix) I am similarly indebted to the distinguished Director of the British Museum, whose cosmopolitan encouragement of the reproduction of object lessons from the vast storehouse under his guidance and
control
is

as highly esteemed as, indeed,

it

is

student and

Man

of Family will

no doubt be

essential to our progress. The further interested in the accom-

panying expert tracings, as well as


*
It is

in the facsimile of the

Boroughbridge Roll and

notorious that, though Cambridge University accepted the authority of the Heralds on their Visitations, at Oxford they were shown to the door. See Oxford Visitations 1574 1634, Harlemn Society edition preface by Turner.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.-PREFACE.

ENGLAND,

E.

I.

THOMAS DE BEAUCHAMP, EARL OF WARWICK, 26 E. in., 1352-3.

DE

Roos.

SIR

HUGH

LF.

DESPENCER, UKHEADED

20 Nov., 1326.

the corresponding reading taken from the appendix to "the Parliamentary Writs." As is the case nowadays their compilers are to be caught tripping in the Boroughbridge Roll the arms of Sir Edmond and Sir Geoffrey Cornwall are correctly assigned to them, but the same arms are also ascribed, though erroneously, to Sir Edmond and Sir Geoffrey Curteny, as in the facsimile, page xxviii. Other slips

have been detected in the Falkirk and Carlaverock Rolls, even the simple coat, De Vere was a notable stumbling-block to the early armorists. A volume of facsimiles of these Rolls which have all been edited and printed, some many a time and oft (the Parliamentary Roll half a dozen times), would be more welcome to the Heraldic student who is unable to consult the originals than a rechauffee, on modern-antique lines, with which we seem to be threatened. In addition to the Roll authority for each coat, the Christian as well as the Surname of its original holder is here given, information not to be found in any
the blasons and tricks of the various Rolls have of the printed Books of Arms been collated and the whole alphabetically arranged, as in my other works. The voracious hack-editor of kindred works will doubtless calmly appropriate, " out and out," for any new edition of his armoury what I have arranged at
;

GILBERT DE CLARE, THE RED EARL OK GLOUCESTER, 1290.

SIR Wii.1 -IAM

I.A

Zot'CHF.

DE MORTIMER,

3 E. in.,

1329 1330.

infinite pains, in precisely the same way as all the original matter in and more especially in Baronetage of 1880, was appropriated in

my

Peerage,

1881 and my and that without a breath of acknowledgment, unsuspected and therefore unnoticed by their reviewers and the public. Annotation or identification was no part of my original plan in producing a series of blasons referring for the most part to well-known persons of ancient repute, the identity of whose coat armour has hitherto been carefully obscured in In the published armouries, in perpetuation of the occult and the inexact. order to minimise repetition it will be noticed that I have combined under their respective names those who are named at Falkirk, 1298, and at Carlaverock, 1300, and those who sealed the celebrated Letter from the Barons to the Pope, 1301, which will be found at pages xxiv, xxv. Those who accompanied Prince Edward
later years,

DE MOIIUN.

the in the last of the crusades, 1269-70, are distinguished with a cross, t i.) Bering Roll (t), which is (sceptically) said to refer to the siege of Acre, 1191, has The asterisk denotes those whose descendants are already been mentioned. " in Noble and Gentle Men of England," and those out Mr. Shirley by singled in these Rolls are included in (Shirley) names whose ancestors do not occur square brackets, so *[ ] Shirley. For any who wish to annotate further much
(E.
;

SIR

RALPH DK MONTHKKMKK,

1325.

valuable information

may be readily found in (i) the alphabetical section of the Writs," by F. T. Palgrave, and in (2) the "Seals in the British "Parliamentary Museum," published by the Trustees, under the editorship of Dr. de Gray Birch. " As " Hungry time hath made a glutton's meal on this Catalogue of Gentry I have compiled, for ready reference, a somewhat tentative list of those named

SIR

ROGER DAMORY,

1322.

SIR

JOHN NOKKIS.

1317.

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ
SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.-PREFACE.
on the Rolls who are still represented in the male line. These families are in See page xxxiv. very deed the Andenne Noblesse of this realm. still is the exhaustion of the lineal descendants of remarkable more Perhaps
the Knights of the Garter, for of all those (about 270) created before the reign of Henry VIII. only 13 are now represented in direct male descent.
(1)
(2) (3)

(4) (5)

(6)
(7) (8)
(9)

(10) (11)

(12)

Lord Wrottesley represents Sir Hugh Wrottesley, a founder, 1344 : a unique distinction. of Raby, 1369. Marquis of Abergavenny, K.G., represents John, Lord Neville, Lord Clifford of Chudleigh represents Sir Lewis Clifford, 1378. Rev. Robert Myles Stapylton, Rector of Lolworth, represents Sir Bryan Stapleton, 1382. The Earl of Derby, K.G., represents Sir John Stanley, 1405. The Earl of Shrewsbury represents John, Lord Talbot, 1424 (1st Earl of Shrewsbury). Simon Conyers Scrope of Danby represents John, 5th Lord Scrope of Bolton, 1461. The Earl of Huntingdon represents William, Lord Hastings, 1462. The Duke of Norfolk, K.G., represents John, Lord Howard, 1472 (1st Duke of Norfolk). The Viscount Hereford represents Walter, Lord Ferrers of Chartley, 1472. The Earl of Stamford represents Thomas, Marquis of Dorset, 1476. (The arms of their knightly ancestors will be found on the title page to this work.). The Duke of Beaufort (c. 1490) and (13) the Duke of Leinster (1504) represent the creations of Henry VII.

The

earliest of those
is

coat armour

displayed are

genuine Monumental Effigies and Brasses on which some of the most striking Heraldic evidences in the

Their importance is such that I have not hesitated to include copies country. Excellent of all the illustrations that I have seen, giving the authority for each. British Museum. in the in of MSS. consulted the can be Department rubbings

My
some

interest

in the art

extent from

my

relative, the late

side of Heraldry (so little appreciated), derived to Birket Foster, has led me critically to

investigate and examine, for the best examples, a host of Heraldic MSS. in the British Museum, which contain the work of the older Herald painters ; and I

my critics and supporters will agree that my labour has not been in indeed, I shall be well pleased if this work but afford a starting point for How often, alas has a manuscript suffered by its change of future enquirers.
trust that

vain

owner, exquisite tricks

but obliterated by the coarsest daubs of colouring, so much so, that the ordinary consultation of a MS. for aught but the art-Heraldic would probably fail to reveal the artistic gems beneath. The chief among modern Heraldic art students was, without doubt, the late Mr. James E. Doyle,
all

examples of whose exquisite work may be seen in "the Official Baronage." I am fortunate in being able to include a few unpublished drawings (p. 188) of the late Frater Anselm, of Mount S. Bernard Abbey, whose pencil so greatly enhanced

my "Peerage and Baronetage," 1880-3. Of what is now the old school of Heraldry Mr. John Henry Metcalfe alone remains, his delicate physique, as with Mr. Doyle and Fr. Anselm, precluding continuous work ; the " Alumni drawings of the arms of the Oxford Colleges, made for Oxonienses,"
the attractiveness of

page 151, quite fifteen years ago, are his. I have been anxious that the illustrations should cover a wide period, and thus become a more useful feature than is usual in a work of this nature, for I consider it of capital importance that the student should have at his elbow,
within the covers of a single book for instant reference, worthy representations of the art of each available period. To this end I have included examples from the following list of authorities, which I have here endeavoured to arrange
in
1 I )

somewhat chronological sequence

reproduced by the special permission of the Director, pp. xiv, xxiii, xxxvi, xxxvii. (2) Anglo-Saxon-Bronze Shield found in the bed of the river Witham, thereon the national " Hora: Ferales" badge of a boar ; Kemble's (plate xiv., and page 68), see frontispiece.

Greek Vases, by H. B. Walters, published by the Trustees of the

British

Museum, and

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SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.-PREFACE.

SIR

ROBERT DE PENREES,- 1326

DE BARENTYN, DERIVED FROM OWEN


GWYNEDD.
(3)

SIR RICHARD DE COKFELD, 1297-8.

SIR

THEOBALD DR VHROON,

1336.

The Bayeux Tapestry

for Headpieces, taken from the " Vetusta Monumenta," revised from the edition published under the sanction of the Committee of the Council of Education, and edited by Frank Rede Fowke in 1875 the earliest series of contemporary devices.

(4)

The Seals of the Barons who signed the letter to Monumenta" (Cotton MS. Julius C. VII.)

the Pope in 1301, also from the "Vetusta the earliest series of Baronial coat armour, On page xiii are some interesting examples of still older Heraldic seals, pp. xv- xxii. and facing page 73 will be found a reverse of the Great Seals for each of the Edwards of England, including the "remarkably beautiful" Seal of Edward III., affixed to the treaty of Bretigny, 8 May, 1360, whereby he (temporarily 1360-9) renounced the title The pedigree of the House of Saxe-Coburg, by Henninges, 1583, of King of France. continued to King Edward VII. will also be useful as an historical outline of the Dynasty.
,

(5)

" which must have Inlaid tiles and borders, &c,, from " Neath Abbey," circa 1300-1330, been as a whole probably unsurpassed in artistic riches by any ecclesiastical edifice in the kingdom," pp. v-x, &c.

(6)

Monumental
authorities

Effigies

and Brasses,
Stothard,

as well as

as

"

Waller,

Archaeologia," Cotman, Boutell,

some Incised Slabs from such well-known Richardson, the Carter, Gough, Kite, Drummond ("Sculptured Monuments"), and
Hollis,

others.
(7)

The Marginal Coats of Arms have been drawn from or based upon the best examples in the Rolls of Arms and other Heraldic MSS. in the British Museum, which as a collection The Arms
are unsurpassed, and perhaps unsurpassable. of the Inns of Court, page xxxv, and of the Universities of Oxford, page 151, and Cambridge, page 40, and of those Colleges founded therein before the sixteenth few miscellaneous century, will, I hope, be considered a justifiable inclusion. illustrations, together with some typical Heraldic Achievements and pedigrees, have also I rather regret that there has not been the opportunity of adding been incorporated. more ; I shall be glad at all times to receive plates or particulars of Atchievements.

SIR

WILLIAM DE BKRKROI.LES, 1338


(8)

SIR ROBERT FITZWALTER, 1292.

(9)

The

some extent was suggested by the Heraldry of Neath remark, beyond the fact that on the upper part are the arms of the eleven knights of the Garter before referred to (see page iv), and that the smaller shields on the lower part represent some of those persons named in the Rolls, whose male descendants still carry on the nation's work and polity ; see page xxxiv.
Heraldic
title

page, which to

Abbey,

calls for slight

It

may sound

strange that the war in South Africa should have affected the

book, but as the artist whose Heraldry I admire above all others Mr. Perceval Landon was ordered to the front as a special correspondent of the " Times," I was unexpectedly deprived of my most valued art contributor.
fortunes of

my

drawings from his pencil are those of Lord Crawford, Lord Howth, Lord Wolseley, the late Bishops of Oxford and Limerick, and Major Mr. Mather has done yeoman service in reproducing all Lyster ; all too few. the Heraldic and other facsimiles which form so important a part in the orna-

The

principal

JOHN, LORD MOWBRAY, 1334.

the larger Heraldic atchievements, those of the Duke of Norfolk (three shields), the Marquis of Northampton, the Earl of Winchilsea, the Countess of Halifax, Mr. Prideaux-Brune, and many others, are by him.

mentation of

SIR PAYNE DE TURBERVILLE OF

its

pages

COYTY, 1314.

It may also appear singular that a work such as this, dealing with the of Arms,* and beginnings of Heraldry, can be compiled quite outside the College * " The of the science (Heraldry), of present movements in favour of the intelligent study the pure and artistic design, and of the new honest genealogy, have all originated not within, but without, the walls of the Heralds' College." Studies in Peerage and Family History, Preface, XXVI, by J. H. Round.

SlK

FULCO

FlT7.

W.ARKEN,

C.

1313-16.

SIR WILLIAM DE MONTACTTE, 1316.

SOAfE

FEUDAL COATS Of ARMS.-PREFACE.


That

without the assistance in any shape or form of a Herald or Officer of Arms.

the period covered is prior to the incubation of the College is an insufficient retort, the fact really being that the older Heralds, as already stated, sold their books of arms and pedigrees, now in the British Museum and elsewhere, and thus the present Heralds are perforce largely indifferent to this early period ; moreover, is it not ultra-official, and therefore outside the pale of easily- gotten fees ? " It is recorded by W. Segar, Somerset, afterwards Garter, that Cooke, Clar. made many profitable Visitations, both by hymself and his deputyes, whoe, notwithstanding they were well entertayned, feasted and richly rewarded by the gent of y* cuntrey, hath left no memory of them in the General! Office. These were upon deceasse attached by arrests, alienated and sould. Two Norroys Kings of Armes, two Windesors, Richmond, Lancaster, Somerset! and Yorke, deceassed, have done the like to the great sclaunder and decaye of the office and officers
'

present.'"
I

Cott.

MS.

Faustina, E.

I., fo.

263.

frankly appeal in this

work

to those

who belong

to our old families, or

who

take an intelligent interest in the history of our andenne noblesse. My standis the to that of those who seek to foist on the point very opposite newly" " obtained by him in return for a cash payment. armigerous person a nobility Nothing I know could be more grotesquely repellant to those to whom I appeal

than this debased attitude, this absolute levelling of the claims of ancestry and high breeding in order to complete a business deal. Surely in the times in which we live these efforts to exalt the tiovus homo because he has paid fees to the heralds as not only the equal of all, but actually the superior of some of our
old territorial families, whose social position is undoubted, and whose history is entwined all through the centuries with the story of their country, calls for

an

official protest,

and

invites the publication of

such a work as

this,

in

which

those

who are descended from our older houses will at least have heraldic justice. The toil in such a work as this is as nothing to the pleasure which is evoked,
is

as one Heraldic milestone after another

passed

and with an

enthusiast,

is

not

i i
i

the fait accompli his sole reward ? I boast no publisher, nor sponsor in any " shape ;, as with the Alumni Oxonienses," the costs as well as the toil are wholly mine, but even so, without outside aid, I could never have produced this book
in its present form. It is my most agreeable duty gratefully to acknowledge the very highly valued privileges and assistance I have received officially from Sir Edward Thompson, Director of the British Museum, from the Keeper of

MSS., and the chiefs of the Reading Room. For literary help and I have been almost hourly indebted to the ever courteous Mr. F. B. MSS. Department, whose knowledge and experience of Bickley, of the ancient documents are probably unrivalled. My thanks are also due to Dr. Birch, whose unsurpassed Heraldic knowledge has ever been available and of the utmost value in clearing up many abstruse points. It is indeed difficult to
the

guidance

1 i i

avoid being invidious where " Even 'tis


logical

all

though work, and

forty years

are so uniformly courteous and helpful. " on since the appearance of my first
for

GeneaI

have been responsible

many volumes

in the interval,

must still claim indulgence for errors, which, in spite of every care, I feel sure must have been committed, as any one who knows aught of the babel of blazon will most readily understand and condone. Let me at least pray to have been delivered from the snare of the forger.*
21

BOUNDARY ROAD, LONDON, N.W.

J.

FOSTER.

See pp. 212, 213 of this work, and "The Hughcmlen Effigies" of Wellesbourne and Montfort in Pterage and Family Hislory, page 84, by J. II. liouud.

NAMES OF ARMS ON TITLE PAGE


PREFACE, and Heraldic

........................
from Tiles and Borders in Neath Abbey

PAGE
i

Illustrations,

......

v-x

GREEK VASES, 550, 500 B.c ................... xiv, xxiii, xxxvi-xxxvii SOME ROYAL SEALS .............................. EARLY ENGLISH HERALDIC SEALS ..................... x *;;; HERALDIC INTRODUCTION, and Illustrations of the Barons' Seals, 1301 ...... xv-xxii THE BARONS' LETTER TO THE POPE, 1300-1 ............ xxiv-xxv
ii i

BOROUGHBRIDGE ROLL, 1322

Facsimiles and Prints

............

xxvi-xxviii

CAMDEN ROLL,

temp. E.

I.

Facsimile

.....................

xx x
i

MANUSCRIPT REFERENCES TO ROLLS OF ARMS IN THE BRITISH MUSEUM... ILLUSTRATIONS, LIST OF ........................ ANCIENNE NOBLESSE...

xxx-xxxi
xxxii-xxxiii

*iv

PEDIGREES AND HERALDIC ATCHIEVEMENTS.


ANNE, of Burghwallis, Yorkshire, Pedigree... ARUNDELL, of Wardour, JOHN FRANCIS, I2th Baron, Heraldic Atchievement BELLASYSE ATCHIEVEMENT AND BLASON, borne by the Earl Marshal
BLENKINSOPP, of Blenkinsopp, Northumberland, Pedigree BOYNTON, Sir GRIFFITH HENRY, I2th Bart., Heraldic Atchievement
3

6
16-17 22-23 30 35 44

BRUNE, C. G. PRIDEAUX, of Prideaux Place, Cornwall, Heraldic Atchievement CECIL, ROBERT, 3rd Marquis of Salisbury, K.G., Heraldic Atchievement COMPTON, WILLIAM, sth Marquis of Northampton, Heraldic Atchievement COURTENAY ATCHIEVEMENT, borne by Agnes Elizabeth, Lady Halifax
CREYKE, RALPH,

DACRE ATCHIEVEMENT AND BLASON,

of Rawcliffe Hall, Yorks, Heraldic Atchievement borne by the Earl Marshal


...

52-53 55 58 60-6 1
... fix

DARCY, extinct Earls of Holdernesse, Heraldic Atchievement ENGLAND, EDWARD VII., KING OF; Saxe-Coburg Dynasty
, ,

...

...

... ... EYRE, of Lindley Hall, co. Leic. &c. Pedigree ... ... ... .. EYRE, THOMAS JOHN, of Upper Court, Kilkenny, Heraldic Atchievement FINCH-HATTON, H. S., Earl of Winchilsea and Nottingham, Heraldic Atchievement ... GRESLEY, Sir ROBERT, nth Bart., of Drakelow, Derbyshire, Arms GREVILLE, FRANCIS RICHARD, 5th Earl of Warwick and Brooke, Heraldic

74-77 80-81 82 85 97 99

Atchievement

HAIG, of Bemersyde, co. Berwick, Pedigree HATTON, Sir CHRISTOPHER, K.G., Lord Chancellor, Heraldic Atchievement

102-103
...
.

108

HILDYARD, JOHN ARUNDELL,

HOWARD, HENRY
ment

of Hutton Bonville, Yorks, Heraldic Atchievement FITZALAN, K.G., I5th Duke of Norfolk, Heraldic Atchieve-

in

16-17,60-61,114-115
117

HOWARD, HENRY,
HuNTER-WESTON,

Earl of Surrey, Heraldic Atchievement, for which bearing he was ... ... ... ... attainted and executed ... ... ... ... ...
of Hunterston, Ayrshire, N.B., Pedigree
...

119
...
...

LEGH, of Norbury Booths, Pedigree, see PENNINGTON ... LINDSAY, JAMES, 26th Earl of Crawford and Sth Earl of ... drawn by Mr. Perceval Landon ... ... ...

Balcarres, K.T.,
...
... ...

157-159 Arms,
...

128

LORAINE, Rear-Admiral Sir LAMBTON, Bart., Heraldic Atchievement LYSTER, Major CHARLES BYBIE, of Waye, Devon, Arms, drawn by Mr. Perceval Landon

130
133
155

PAULETT (WILLIAM,
Clarenceux

3rd) Marquis of Winchester, Heraldic Atchievement, after Cooke,


...

PENNINGTON, Baron Muncaster of Muncaster, Pedigree


ST.

'57-159

T., 4th Howth, K.P., Arms, drawn LAWRENCE, Sir ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... by Mr. Perceval Landon ... 171 ... SCROPE, SIMON, of Danby-super-Yore, Com. Ebor., Heraldic Atchievement, 1698 175 ... 180-181 STAPYLTON, of Carlton, Yorks, now of Lolworth, co. Cambridge, Pedigree ... ... ... STARKIE, late Col. of Huntroyde, Lanes, Heraldic Atchievement 183 200 WALPOLE, ROBERT HORACE, 5th Earl of Orford, Heraldic Atchievement Heraldic Atchievement ... ... WELBY, REGINALD, Lord, G.C.B., 203 210 WOLSELEY, Viscount, K.P., Heraldic Atchievement, drawn by Mr. Perceval Landon...
,

WILLIAM U.

Earl

of

WROTTESLEY, Baron,

of Wrottesley, Pedigree

209

DESCRIPTION OF THE

EXAMPLES OF EARLY HERALDIC SEALS


(ON

THE OPPOSITE PAGE)

FROM THE BRITISH MUSEUM CATALOGUE, BY DR. BIRCH.

i.

HENRY DE AUDITHELEGA, of Chorsbury in Weston, *SIGILLVM HENRICI canton a cross pattfe.


:

Salop, Knight
:

c.

\z^fretty, on ?
E.

DE ALDIT

Cotton

Charter,

xi. 38.

[7017. ]
[I3th century]
six lozenges, three, two

2.

THOMAS DE BOLLESDUNE

and one.

SIGILLVM

TOMAS
3.

DE

BOLLESDVNE.

[7576.]
quarterly 12 rntndles in orle, C EC. Stowe Charter, 308.
.

MARGERY DE CREK, widow, of over all a bend. SIGILLVM


[9063.]

Hixton, Suffolk, 1280


:

MARG

DE

4.

SIMON DEDENE

[i2th century]
:

LVM

SIMONIS

DE

PAULINUS
5

GEOFFREY,
or

though perhaps per pale frelty and . . . 'SIGILAdditional Charter, 21, 183 used by ROBERT/. lord of Westacle, Great Oakley, Norfolk. [9232.]
fretty

DENE.

&

6.

AMAURICUS

pily of six traverse, seal same arms.

ALMARIC [D'EvEREUX], 4th EVEREUX of Normandy.

Earl of Gloucester, ob. circa 1226 harry ILLVM ALMAR. No. 6 counter.
.

'SECRETUM

COMITIS GLOVERNIE.

Harleian Charter,

45
7.

c. 28.

[9538.]
estoiles

WILLIAM DE FILGERIIS, 1200 a bend between two


the shield diapre fougere.

Harleian Charter, 52 A. 15.


:

of seren points wavy pierced [9701.]


8th Earl of

&

10.

RoBERTUsyf/. D. WILL DE FERRARIIS


vair.

ROBERT DE FERRERS,

Derby

ROBS WILL'I FIL' ET HERES DNI FERRAR' QODA' COMITIS DERBEYE. No. 10 counterseal same 'SIGILLVM ROBERT! DE (FERRAR)IIS COMITIS DERBEYE,
1254-1278
-

DE
arms.

Ad-

ditional Charter, 20, 459.

[5908.]

9.

SIMON DE KYMA, of co. * SIGILL crescent.

Line. temp.

IS

JOHN a chevron between three estoiles, in base a ... MA. Harleian Charter, 52 G. 42. [11,154.]
13.

11.

ROGER DE

LASCI, counterseal.

See No.

12.

RICHARD DE WAREN [late I2th cent.] two lyons passant gardant in pale. RICARDI DE WAREN. Cotton Charter, xvi. -9 A. [14,270.]

+ SIGILLVM

13.

ROGEX DE
II.

LASCI, Constable of Chester 1179-1211


1

quarterly, a bendlet

and a

label of

seven faints.

'SIGILL [RO]GERI Counterseal. Rebus on the name

BV[LA]RII CESTRIE. of LACY. 'SIGILL' ROGERI DE


[11,198.]

DE

i\

LASCI

CONSTABVL'
14.

CESTRE.

Harleian Charter, 56 H. 43 A.
(S.

ALICIA, wife of SIMON DE SANCTO LICIO

Huntingdon, dau.
chevronelly,

of

GILBERT DE GANT,
perhaps
.

though

COMITIS ...
15.

eight

Liz), 3rd Earl of Northampton and Earl of Lincoln circa ii6o-on an oval ... IE chevrons. COMITISSE ... IE
. .

ILEBERT

Julius C.

vii.

fo.

189'.

[13,239.]
Northants,
late

ROBERT DE PINKEINI
I2th century

AL. PINKENI, /.

HENRY DE PINKENI,
PINKENEY
: ;

of co.

dexter, two fusils in fess for

impaling

sinister,

three bars

wavy, SIFREWAST?
86
B.

"SIGILL

ROBERTI

DE

PINKEINI.

Harleian Charter,

55.

[12,646.]

SOME EARLY ENGLISH

SEALS.

~r

rr

WK
rr r&
&

HEKA1.DIC JNTRODUCTIOfil

GREEK

VASE,

WITH DEVICE

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS HERALDIC INTRODUCTION.

Here Guy

seized Harold.

After the Bayeux Tapestry.

HERALDIC INTRODUCTION.
(With
Illustrations of the Seals of the Barons, 1300-1.)

an exact system has led CONFUSION


history,

of the symbols and devices of the ancients with Heraldry as to much aimless discussion as to its origin and

and

also to

much vague

theory, as

if,

forsooth, Heraldry were really an

occult science.

ADOMAR DE VALENCE.

Surely in the nature-worshipper we detect the Heraldic protoplasm, the primeval king of arms. He it was who painted the object of his veneration on his skin as a charm against the evil one when at peace, and on his shield in defence of his person when at war ; the presence or whereabouts of his chieftain
or tribal head he distinguished by a standard; ensign, or banner, as all writers in this simple statement may not the Heraldic testify, from Moses downwards ;

EDM. DE MORTIMER.

prototype be surely discerned ? Further down the ages it may well have been the bards of every clime who handed down in turn these mystic emblems in their own weird way, inventing as they went the almost forgotten chimera and other monstrosities which were to strike terror into the hearts of the adversary.
'

Later still, the vases of the Greeks (550, 500 B.C.) are eloquent in examples .Some of these, by consent of the Hellenic equivalent of our Heraldic system. of Sir E. Maunde Thompson, Director, I am permitted to reproduce from the Illustrated Catalogue of Greek and Etruscan Vases in the British Museum,
edited by H. B. Walters, M.A. ; they may be thus described who bears on his shield an eagle or other (1) Vase representation of Heracles and Geryon, two examples, pp. xiv, xxxvii. bird displayed
:

(2)

for Troilos beyond the fountain, on his shield, representation of Achilles lying in wait 2 lyous gardant [the edge of the shield foreshadowing the bordure of later times], p. xxxvii. " Caeretan" Hydria, found in a tomb which belongs at the latest to the end of the (3) Vase On the shield of one, sixth century B.C. Representation of four .warriors in combat.

Vase

ROB. FITZ WALTER.

ROGER BIGOD.
(4)

See also enlargement, p. xxiii. On the extreme right is Ares Vase representation of combat of Heracles and Kyknos. visor up, a Boeotian shield black, on a white thrusting with a spear, bearded, helmet, roundle, a star of twelve points in black and purple, all between two white lyons
a demi-boar salient,
p. xxiii.

rampant regardant,

p. xxxvi.

JOHN, EARL OF

WARREN AND SURREY.

RICHARD. EAKL OF ARUNDELL.

XVI

THE BARONS' SEALS,

1300-1301.

THOMAS, EARL OF LANCASTER, LEICESTER, AND FERRERS.

HENRY OF LANCASTER, LORD OF MONMOUTH.

RALPH DE MONTHERMER, EARL OF GLOUCESTER AND HERTFORD.

GUY DE BEAUCHAMP, EARL OF WARWICK.

HUMPHREY DE BOHUN, EARL OF HEREFORD AND

ESSEX.

JOHN DE

ST.

JOHN, OF HANAK.

SEAL NOT KNOWN.

USED BY JOHN DE HASTINGS, LORD DE BERGAVENY.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS HERALDIC INTRODUCTION.

xvii

WILLIAM DE BRAOSB, LORD OP GOWER.


Passing over the quasi- Heraldic aspect which some attribute to Totems and other personal distinctions so commonly employed among nations of imperfect civilisation, I may instance the usage of the Celtic tribes of Gaul and Britain

who
boar

carried symbols or badges

on

their shields.

Their national symbol

the

occurs on one such shield, found in the river Witham (see Frontispiece), and dates from the beginning of our era, see " Archseologia," xxiii. 95.

HUGH DB

VERB.

The symbols of the Normans, at the Conquest, represented in the muchdebated Bayeux Tapestry next claim our notice. Mr. Fowke, the latest historian of the Tapestry, recites at length the opinions of Bolton Corney, M. Thierry, Dr. Lingard, Mr. Freeman, and many others, with whom he agrees in regarding it as a contemporary work, but in no way associated with Queen Matilda, though probably made under the orders of Bishop Odo by Norman workpeople at Bayeux for their church of Bayeux.*
Of its pre-heraldic devices, represented in the Headpieces of this work, I may, perhaps, be allowed to quote Mr. Fowke's own words " As a nearer approach is made to the ages of Chivalry the realistic representations of
:

HENRY DE GREY.

natural objects give place to those of geometrical figures which were soon systematized as ordinaries, whilst the animals assume the more conventional form in which they were subsequently borne. Thus the place of the wild beasts is taken by crosses, roundles, or besants, interlacing bands, and simple tinctures, and this stage is most clearly shown in the tapestry. do not here find any particular or distinguished person represented twice as bearing the same device ('Archseologia,' xix. 188), and we must therefore conclude that they are not intended to represent the arms of any individual, or only in some cases and that appropriately, but their representation at all, of course, implies the existence of a system of

We

ROBERT DE MONHAUT.

And this we gather also from Wace, bearings by which the wearer was known. ' E tuit event fet cognoissances Ki Norman alter conust El ke 1'autre portuer neuet.'
' '

who

says

HUGO BARDOLF.

These were cognizances to distinguish one Norman from another, and no man dared to use another's showing that the assumption of arms was not the subject of mere caprice. The flags which are shown in the tapestry are of two kinds, the Gonfanon and the Pennon, and by them is the rank of the bearer determined. Wace tells us
Li barons ourent gonfanons, Li chevaliers ourent penons. The Gonfanon was a peculiar standard, generally borne near the person of the commander- inchief ; such an one occurs thrice in the tapestry, and is invariably Argent, a cross or, in a bordure azure."
'

Of 39
"no
less

ensigns

than 30 are triparted, a style of ornament very prevalent with Christian warriors of that period, and considered by Mr. French as emblematic of the Blessed Trinity, and in these points he sees the germ of the pile, a bearing of much disputed origin."

ROBERT DE TATESHAL.

The Bayeux Tapestry: a Descriptioti and History, by Frank Rede Fowke, first published by the Arundel Society in 1875, under the sanction of the Science and Art Department of the Committee of the Council on Education, and secondly by George Bell & Sons
in 1897.

* See

ROBERT DE Tom.

PETER DE MAULEY

(3).

ROBERT DE CLIFFORD.

WILLIAM DE Ros.
REGINALD DE GREY.

XV111

THE BARONS' SEALS,

1300-1301

THOMAS DE
PETER CORBET.

WILLIAM LE MARSHAL.

FURNIVAL.

ALMARIC DE AMAND.

ST.

WILLIAM DE FERRERS.

SIR WILLIAM DE CANTILUPE.

THEOBALD DE VERDON.

JOHN DE SEGRAVE.

WILLIAM LE LATIMER.

PHILIP DE KYME.

ALAN LA SOUCHE.

RALPH DE NBVILE.

FULKE DE FITZ WARREN.

JOHN FITZ REGINALD.

ROGER MORTIMER.

THOMAS DE MOULTON.

EDMUND DE
EYNCOURT.

JOHN DE BEAUCHAMP.

BRIAN FITZ ALAN.

JOHN DE MOHUN.

THOMAS DE BERKELE.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS-HERALDIC INTRODUCTION.

xix

HENRY

TEIHEIS.

HENRY DE TREGOZ.

JOHN DE LANCASTER.

WALTER DE FAUCONBERGE.

ROBERT FITZ FAYNE.

With the spread of Feudalism, then, came the introduction of the linear or geometrical, and from the imaginary per pale, per fess, per chevron, per saltire, &c., would naturally be evolved, the pale, the fess, the chevron, the saltire.* Out of this fortuitous combination of some of the elements of Euclid with the objects of the nature-worshipper, sprang that system we call Heraldry.
Although there is evidence that Heraldic bearings were assuming a definite form in the reign of Stephen (ii3S-S4)t it is not a little remarkable that Richard i. is the first English king who is known to have adopted an heraldic On his great seal (1189) he bore the two lyons for the Duchies of bearing. Normandy and of Poictou or Maine. In his second great seal (1198)! he added

WALTER DE HUNTERCOMBE.

Anjou this has Henry Spelman (" Aspilogia," page 67), the earlier kings of England had marks and tokens painted on their shields, which they altered at pleasure. In this connection it would be interesting to know on what authority, if any, Brooke, York Herald, described " the names and armes of those the Dering Roll as Knightes as weare w* Kinge
;

a third lyon for the Duchy of Aquitaine, or, as some say, for since been our national arms of dominion ; according to Sir

RICHARD TALBOT.

firste at the assigge of Aeon or Acres," 1191 (Ashmole MS. 1120). instances of these symbols or badges are generally found on standards Early or banners, and it is worthy of note that in the Crusade of (2 and 3 R. i.) 1191,

Richard the

Richard " had a standard of y e Dragon which he delivered to Peter de Preaus e to beare notwithstanding y' Robert Trusbut chalenged y carrying thereof as his

ROGER LE STRANGE,
OF ELLESMERE.

hereditary right" (Ro. Hoveden, fo. 397, . 10). " These only borne on shields, but were also paynted on silken symbols or badges were not " See the surcotes worne over their shirts of mail (and also upon the caparisons of their horses). Arundel or Military Roll and seals. " But these surcotes of silke, being at firste made wide and the marks so girt close to them at ye waist, did, by reason of their pleates, oftimes confound paynted on them, which being discerned they were afterwards made straight and plaine, so that ye same marks which stood eminently to be seen on the shield was also as visible on the surcote both before and behind, and being thus depicted on them gave ye first occasion of calling them " cotes of armes (Stowe MS. 662, fo. 16).
this defect of the early "pleates" supply a cue to the origin of of the variations in Heraldry? The appearance of a plain fess or a plain bend on a standard would vary, according to the point of view or the strength of the breeze, from different directions ; it might suggest, even if it did not appear

JOHN DE BOUTOURT,

Does not

many

as,

or the

WILLIAM MARTYN.

unde, wavy, or dancett^e add to this the proclivities of each arms painter, momentary illusion of, say, an engre'le for a lozenge, fusil, dancct, " * See also Heraldry, its Laws and its Antiquities of Heraldry, by W. Smith Ellis, and
;

THOMAS DE CHAWORTH.

Humours," by Jane MacNeal, Munscy's Afagazine, September 1901. t Geoffrey Mandevillt, by J. H. Round, Appendix A, pp. 388-396. Richard the First's change of Seal, see Feudal England, by J. H. Round, page

545.

JOHN LE STRANGE, OF KNOCKYN.

SIMON DE MONTACUTE.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS -HERALDIC INTRODUCTION.

ROB. DE SCALES.

JOHN DE MOLIS.

BOGO DE KNOVILE.

JOHN LOVELL.

RALPH FITZ WILLIAM.

indent, and even a mascle, and their evolution therefrom may be readily accounted for. In Cole's copy of the Parliamentary Roll occurs the ominous note of warning, " Take Hede of his wordes endented and engrayled, and examine such cotes with older Presydents." Nor must we omit to mention the

cross moline, patonce, pate"e and flory, which are often confused, or imperfectly drawn, by the Herald-painter. So with the cross moline, cercelle' and recercelle, which are equally confounded in blason and in trick ; even crosses crosslet

are often drawn as crosses botonne'e in early tricks, probably because it was easier so to do. In a less degree the bend, bendlet or baston, the quarter and the canton, fret and fretty, flory and florette'e, often represent the caprice or

NICHOLAS POYNZ.

Herald or the Herald-painter of each particular roll. So, whether a mullet had 5 or 6 points, pierced or not, whether a label had 3 or 5 pendants and yet the theory has gone forth that the label of three denotes a son, and that a label of five denotes a grandson. Perhaps a more interesting feature of these early Rolls is the quaint NormanFrench blason ; I specially except such illiterate jargon as obtained under the
indifference of the
tow,
;

WILLIAM PAYNELL..

rising generation

Gartership of the two Dethicks, and of some succeeding kings-of-arms. The of Heraldic editors, whether of a Family Armorial or of a

County History, hardly seem to justify the "out-of-the-mouths-of-babes-and" sucklings theory by their eagerness to adopt in lieu of universally recognized formula the A-B-C of the "Accedens of Armoury." With equal intelligence " Little might they rehabilitate the author of Jack Horner," and present him to their admirers as the superior of Rudyard Kipling.* But, to be serious, who
will

JOHN DE SOLKVE.

solve the blasons of Berkeley

and Cromwell

in the

Boroughbridge Roll

(see facsimile

and

only in the arms

" type, pp. xxvi, xxvii), or explain the wyfers," which occur not of Benhale and of Crek, but also in the arms of Sir Edmond

" Meyrick, in the Archsologia," vol. xxxi. page 247, unable to resist a thrust at the expense of the Heralds and their College, supposes them to be vipers' nests ? " Tertoleres " in Criel, " voyderis anabeles " in Dolerd, " p'my " " " in Constable, Dacre and Raynsford, " amptie in Wellesby, or the temoyles," "feuilles," "mailles," &c., of Bosville, are also curiosities in their way and worth

de Mauley

for

consideration.

The "unde"e en lung"

of Jenyns' Roll seem to have bifurcated and become sometimes palets and at others the modern emasculate wavy, in lieu of the bold nebule'e, undulating lines of the old tricks. In this connection the blason of Theobald de Valoines " " une barre suggests further complications. The chevron et demi," of Strecche etdemi" of Twyford, and "une fees et demi" of Pipard, suggest the accommo-

de longe

"

of the Boroughbridge Roll and

"ounde

dation of the size of a repetition of charges to artistic

effect, 2

chevrons or 2 bars

ROBERT DE LA WARD.

to

be equal to
* See

i^.
5, 6,

EUSTACE DE HACCHE.
July 6, 13, 20 (1901).

"

Archaeological Nomenclature," Literature, Nos. 194,

WALTER

.UCHAMP.

JOHN DE HAVERING.

WALTER DE TEYE.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS HERALDIC INTRODUCTION.

NICHOLAS DE CAREW.

JOHN LE BRETOUN.

JOHN DE HODLESTON.
1298
;

ROGER DE HUNTINGFELD.
the

An

early instance of a quarterly coat occurs in the Falkirk Roll,

coat of Sir

Simon de Montagu quartered with Monthermer, which may be considered coeval with the oft-quoted coat of Castile quarterly with Leon, borne by Eleanor, Queen of Edward i., who died in 1296.

The last point to which I will here refer is the ancient practice of adopting the arms, though not the name, of an heiress, and with the further object of drawing attention to this interesting point I append the few instances that occur
to

me

of old families

who do
;

not bear the arms of their original paternal family


Harpur (Bart.) assumed Rushall. Hesketh (Bart.) assumed Fytton. Leigh assumed Lymme. Lumley (E. Scarborough) assumed Thwenge. Prideaux assumed Orcharton.

FULKE LE STRANGE.

disallowed to Abney assumed Ingwardby Lord Mayor Abney (1701), Harl. MS.

HUGH

FITZ HENRY.

6179, f- 66.

Congreve assumed Campion. Coles assumed Knightley. Croke assumed Blount. (Croke claims male descent from Blount.) Fleming assumed Hudleston.

Wallop

Stanley (E. Derby) assumed Bamville. (E. Portsmouth) assumed Barton. Wrottesley (E.) assumed Basset.

Contemporary with the early Rolls of Arms are the Seals of the Barons who signed and sealed the famous letter to the Pope (12 Feb. 1300-1) on his preThese hundred seals present the earliest and tensions to the crown of Scotland. most authentic evidence of the armorials used by the Barons of England in the
in the British

From the plaster casts fourteenth century, or perhaps in the thirteenth century. Museum it would seem as if many of the seals had been engraved
;

WALTER DE MOUNCY.

THOMAS DE LA ROCHE.

by the same man for the very purpose of this sealing that used by John de Hastings, lord de Bergavenny, is supposed to be hypothetical, or perhaps a very that of Brian FitzAlan is not early example of the fictitious in Heraldry heraldic, and that of John de Botetourt is of the nature of a badge or heraldic emblem, while Edmond de Hastings evidently adopted for the occasion the territorial or baronial arms (?) of Drummond, encircling them with a Hastings legend. As will be seen on reference to the engravings the majority of the shields are of the triangular or heater shape. William de Paynell affords the earliest example of arms on a lozenge, and Robert FitzPayne bore his arms on an oval shield. On fourteen seals, those to whom they belonged are represented on horseback in complete armour, but only three of them namely, Thomas Plantagenet, Earl and of Lancaster ; Ralph de Monthermer, Earl of Gloucester and Hertford helmets. The first on their crests as are St. bearing represented John John de named was of the blood royal ; the second married Joan, the King's daughter, the last named, John widow of Gilbert de Clare, Earl of Gloucester, &c de St. John, had distinguished himself in the wars of Gascony, France, and From this fact it is Scotland, and was therefore in high military repute. limited to was a helmet crest on a of the that originally bearing supposed
; ; ;

JOHN FITZ MARMADUKE.

MATHEW

FITZ JOHN.

connected with the blood royal, or of the highest military renown, and was in effect the precursor of a much greater honour, itself. See the eventuating in the Order of the Garter
those
'

Archseologia."

GILBERT PECCHE.

EDMUND

HASTINGS.

RALPH DE GRENDON.

XXII

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS-HERALDIC INTRODUCTION.

ROBERT HASSTANG.
" These great

HENRY DE PYNKENY.

JOHN DE KIXGESTON.

commanders in the wars in France and Scotland, who held of under them, and, for the capite, had numerous tenants who served Herald to regular marshalling of their marks and badges, had each a peculiar These the other. from distinction each had a full and clear see that (tenant) heralds had their titles either from some of the great seigniories belonging to
the King in
the crown or from those unto

whom
ii.

plete Peerage," by G. E. C., vol.

they were retained." p. 270, note b.

See also the "

Com-

WILLIAM DB LEYBURN.

Notwithstanding these precautions some heraldic improprieties seem to have occurred subsequent to the battle of Agincourt, for in 5 Hen. v. it was proclaimed that " all such who had taken ye liberty of wearing cotes of armes in any former expedition where neither they nor their ancestors had ever used any were thenceforth prohibited y" farther enjoyment of them unless they could produce
a title thereto by Grant from some person who had authority for that purpose, of Aginexcepting those only who had been with that warlike King in battell Close Roll 5 court (1415), did then bear them in that memorable service."

NICHOLAS DE MEYNIL.

H.

v.

(1417), in dorso m. 15.

This brings us within measurable distance of that ill-starred incorporation of the Heralds' College by Richard HI., six months after he was crowned. The King gave the Heralds a sometime royal residence, Pulteney Inn or Cold

Harbore in Thames Street, built by Lord Mayor Pulteney, temp. E. in. Hardly was the incorporation complete, when Garter Writhe attempted to deprive his brother officers of the advantages of the Royal gift by claiming the house
as personal to himself. As a result he resigned his Garter-ship January 4, 1484-5, and the property once more reverted to the Crown. The battle of Bosworth sealed the fate of the Heralds as a Corporation, until the reign But this of Philip and Mary, when it was re-incorporated, July 18, 1555.

JOHN DE GREYSTOK.

JOHN PAVNELL.

interregnum failed to allay the spirit of strife inaugurated by Writhe, engendered of personal gain at the expense of his fellows, a spirit which cannot be said to have become extinct In "Ancestral Families" I shall incidentally show from the

more ancient MSS.


official

in the British

Museum

that the History of

Heraldry

is

written

and embodied

in the petty

commercial

jealousies of the Heralds, in their utter lack of esprit de corps, as proved by the sale of their records, and in their unscrupulous

Heraldic and genealogical work, which seems to have culminated


at that time in the person and name of Lee, Clarenceux King of Arms, to whom, according to Segar, Queen Elizabeth said, that " if he " proved no better than his predecessor Clarenceux Cooke,

WILL. TOUCHET.

"y*

made no matter
and
*

history,

alas

yf hee were hanged," such the Heraldry of to-day.*


xi.

is

the Heraldry of

Genealogist [N.S.],

63

the Contemporary Review,

No. 404,

p.

258, August 1899.

TRICK TEMF. H.

vi.,

HARL. MS. 2169,

fo.

HERALDIC INTRODUCTION GREEK VASE, WITH DEVICE.

GREEK VASE,

B.C.

550, 500:

the latest to the

"Caeretan" Hydna, found in a tomb which belongs end of the sixth century B.C.
side, fully

at

Four warriors

in

combat, on either

armed with

shields, spears,

and high

The warrior on the extreme right has a demi-boar salient sable crested helmets. on his shield. On the cuirasses of those in the centre are volutes, and in one of
them
also a palmette.

See enlargement below.

From

"

Greek and Etruscan Vases"

by H. B. Walters, page

68.

THE BARONS' LETTER TO THE POPE

1300 1301.

THE BARONS' LETTER TO THE POPE

1300 1301.

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flurs

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Richard de Perers

q'rtile

dargent

T;

de sable oue

j.

molet de gout.

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or.

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Richard de Houland dazur oue

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Berth de ffanaucourt de sable oue
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gut.

croiz patee dargent la bordure endentee dor.

Sire

Sire Witt

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Buchard de gut oue
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dargent.

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label

de

sable.

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Sire Gyles de

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ROLLS OF ARMS
Incorporated in this Volume, with references to British Museum Manuscripts, in which they are either tricked or blasoned ; based on the list given in
the

"

Genealogist"
editors,

The maladroit naming, by former


has led me
to substitute

of many of these Rolls

Arden, Arundel, Ashmole, Howard, Norfolk and Surrey, for such names as Charles, Military, Planche, Powell, Walford and Willement my regret
is

in not having carried substitution still further.

T - trick.
Arden
(late Charles), H. III. H. 6137, ff. 45 (io)-57 (15). T. Add. 4965 ff, 10 (I (-25 (5). T.

B)

= blason.
Carlaverock, E.

(c)

= coloured.
continued.
50, 51 (B).

I.

H. 6589,
Cotton,

ff.

13,

Calig.

A.

xviii.,

ff.

Arutidel (late) Military, H. VI. H. 4205, ff. 9-40", in colours.

"The Poem."
Lansd. 209, ff. 257-271. Add. 5848, pp. 155-159"
Charles (here called Arden).

23", 30" (B).

T.
(c).

Ashmole (late Powell), E. III. Ashmole 804, in colours on vellum. Add. 26,677, > n colours.
Atkinson, H. vi.

H. 1408, ff. 105-109 (B). Cott. Cleop. C. in. ff. 201", 202 (B).
Bollard, E. IV. H. 2076, ff. 78-82.

T.

Cotgrave, incorporated mjenyns' Ordinary. Dering, H. in. Harl. 6137, ff. 89" (i3)-97" (16). T. H. 6589, ff. 52-53, fragment. T. " Lansd. 260, ff. 216-220 (B). Mr. Knyvett's." Ashmole 1120, ff. 171"- 174. T.

Boroughbridge, E. in. A. W. Williams-Wynn (B). Ashmole 831, ff. 100-106".


Calais, E.
III.

Dunstable

(I),
ff.

H. 1068,
T.

E. II. 6"-i8 (B)


141, 141", 144-147" (B).

H.

1408,

ff.

H. 246, ff. 6"- 1 4". T. H. 3968, ff. 112-127. T. H. 6589, ff. 51" (B).
H. 6595, ff. 1-15", colours. Cott. Tib. E. ix., ff. 81, 89. Ashmole 1120, ff. 150"- 162".
Calais (knighted there), E. III. H. 1068, ff. 156-163*, 183 (B). H. 1156, ff. 82-83 ( B >II.

T
T.

and

(B).

H. 2213, ff. 24-27". H. 4033, ff. 53-57, coloured and (B). H. 4270, ff. 24-28. T, unnamed. H. 6137, ff. 31" (3)-37* (4). T. H. 6148. ff. I44"-I49. H. 6589, ff. 8", 41-43" (B). Add. 5848, ff. 145-154 (c).
'

Dunstable

(2),
ff.

E. in.

H. 6589,

49-49", fragment

(B).

Cott. Otho.

6589,

f.

it (B).

Calais (slain there), E. in. Add. 29,502, fragment, colours on vellum.

187-192" (B). Lansd. 860 A., ff. II and Il b fragment Sloane 1301, ff. 257-261" (B).
ff.
,

0.4

xxx.,

(B).

Camden, E.

I.

Falkirk, E. H. 6589,
Glover,

I.
ff.

9, 9" (B).

Cotton Roll, xv.-8 (B). H. 6137, ff. 66" (I), 72"

H. in.

(13).

T.

Carlaverock, E. I. II. 1068, ff. 1-6 (B). II. 1408, ff. 142-143" (B). H. 2213, ff. 28-29". and (B).

H. 6589, f. ii" (B). Add. 29,796, part, colours on vellum. GrimaUi, E. in.
Stacy Grimaldi, colours on vellum.
GUI'Him, E.
I.

II.

4033, II. 4270, H. 6137,

ff. ff.

ff.

58-60, coloured and (B). Tand unnamed. 28-30". T. 37" (6)- 40 (12).

H. 6137, H. 6589,

ff. ff.

57(ig)-6l
44, 45.

(4).

T.

T.

ROLLS OF ARMS.
Harhian, E. I. or II. H. 337, ff. 12-31, in colours on vellum.
Holland, E.
i.
ff.

or

II.

H. 1068,
II.

22I3,

ff.

22 24 (B). 29"-3Q (H).

H. 4033, ff. 6o"-6l, coloured and (B). H. 4270, ff. 3o''-3i''. T, unnamed. H. 6137, ff. 40 (14)^41 (20). T. Add. 5848, ff. 159-161 (c).
ffwuirii (late Plane lit}. H. 1068, ff. 156-183
'.

(R).
\

Jenyns*

Ordinary.
(B).

Koll

Jenyns\

H. 872

ILLUSTRATIONS.
Anglo-Saxon Bronze Shield
Heraldic Atchievements, see Contents Heraldic Title Page
Heraldic Seals early 1 3th Century Encaustic Tiles and Pavement, &c., from Neath Abbey, see Preface Greek Vases, 550, 500 B.c
Barons' Seals, 1300
Frontispiece^

x'

x" v-x
xiv, xxiii, xxxvi, xxxvii

xv-xxn
xxxviii
...

ANJOU, GEOFFREY, COUNT OF, Effigy, 1150, after Stothard ALDEBURGH, SIR WILLIAM DE, Monumental Effigy, c. 1360, after Stothard BACON, SIR HENRY, Monumental Effigy, c. 1335, after Stothard
Badges and Banners

214,220,221
9
Effigy, after

WILLIAM, Monumental Effigy, 1407, after Boutell BEAUCHAMP, THOS., 4th EARL OF WARWICK, K.G. 1406, Monumental
BAGOT,
Sir

Waller

I2
justying at

BEAUCHAMP, RICHARD, EARL, BEAUCHAMP, THOMAS, 3rd EARL OF


Brass in Elsing Church

Gynesc. 1410, from Cotton MS. Julius E. IV. WARWICK, K.G. 1369, Rubbing from the Hastings
Effigy, 1243, after

13
!

BERKELEY, THOMAS DE, Monumental


,

Gough

BITTON, SIR JOHN DE, Incised Slab, 1227, after Boutell Monumental Slab, after Boutell BLENKINSOPP,

19 21

22

BOHUN,

1465, after Drummond BOTILER, Sir JOHN DE, Incised Slab, 1285, after Boutell BOURCHIER, HENRY, EARL OF ESSEX, Monumental Brass, 1483, after Waller
,

wife of Sir

PETER ARDKRNE,

25 27 28
31

BRAOSE, THOMAS, LORD, Monumental Effigy, 1361, after Drummond BRAY, SIR REGINALD, P.C., H. vn., from Memorial Window, after Carter BRUCE, SIR WILLIAM DE, Monumental Effigy, c. 1226, after Drummond BRYAN, SIR GUY, K.G. c. 1391, Monumental Effigy, after Stothard ... ... BURES, SIR ROBERT DE, 0.1302, Monumental Effigy, after Waller CALVELEY, SIR HUGH, temp. E. in., Monumental Effigy, after Stothard CAMBRIDGE Arms of the University and of its older Colleges CAWNE, SIR THOMAS, temp. E. in., Monumental Effigy, after Stothard CLARE, GILBERT DE, LORD OF CLARE 1230, Monumental Effigy, after Carter COBHAM, SIR JOHN, 1407, Monumental Effigy, after Gough COMPTON, SIR WILLIAM, of Compton Wynyats, Banner, temp. H. vin. CORNWALL, EARL OF, JOHN, of Eltham, 1334, Monumental Effigy, after Stothard CREK, SIR JOHN DE, 1325, Monumental Effigy, after Waller D'ABERNON, SIR JOHN, 1277, Monumental Effigy, after Waller DAUBENY, SIR JOHN, 1346, Monumental Slab, after Boutell DALYNGRUGGE, SIR , 1395, Monumental Effigy, after Boutell

32 36 37
...

38 42 4

43
47

49
51
...

I i

54 57

DENTON, JOHN DE,

Incised Slab, after Boutell


... ...
... ...

63 65 66 68
... ...

DESPENCER, EDWARD, LORD, 1375, Monumental Effigy, after Carter ... ... , c. DISNEY, 1350, Monumental Slab, after Boutell DRUMMOND, SIR JOHN, 1301, Monumental Effigy, after Drummond A Tournament C.I 500, British Museum, Add. MS. 24,098
St.

69 70
71

72
...
... ...

George and the Dragon, from the Hastings Brass

...

...

72

of Great Seals, EDWARD I.-VI. EDWARD III., Rubbing from the Hastings Brass EDWARD THE BLACK PRINCE, 1376, Monumental Effigy,

ENGLAND, Reverse

facing 73 78
after Stothard

FELBRIGGE, SIR GEORGE, 1400, Monumental Effigy, after Boutell FELBRIGGE, SIR SIMON DE, K.G. 1416, Monumental Effigy, after Boutell FITZ ALAN, JOHN, EARL of ARUNDEL, 1434, Monumental Effigy, after Stothard 87, FITZ RALPH (SiR WILLIAM), 1323, Monumental Effigy, after Waller FOLLIOTT, ELIZABETH, widow of RICHARD, 1361, Monumental Effigy, after Stothard ... FOXLEY, SIR JOHN DE, 1378, Monumental Effigy, after Boutell GERARD, PETER, 1492, Monumental Effigy, after Waller GLOUCESTER, ROBERT, EARL OF, surnamed Consul, 1147, Monumental Effigy, after
Carter

79 84 84
101

88
91

92 94 95 100

GREY DE RUTHYN, ROGER, LORD,

1352-3, Rubbing from the Hastings Brass

i I

GREYSTOKE, JOHN, BARON OF, 1305, Monumental Slab, after Boutell HARSYCK, SIR JOHN, 1384, Monumental Effigy, after Boutell HARCOURT, LADY, Monumental Effigy, showing the Order of the Garter, after Anstis... HASTINGS, LAURENCE, EARL OF PEMBROKE, 1348, Monumental Effigy, from the
Hastings Brass

PAGE loo

106 106

HASTINGS, SIR HUGH, 1347, Monumental Effigy, from the Hastings Brass HOLLAND and CHARLETON Arms, JOICE, widow of SIR JOHN TIPTOFT, 1446, Monumental Brass,
after Boutell.

109

INNS OF COURT, Arms xxxv LANCASTER, HENRY, DUKE OF, K.G. 1347, Rubbing from the Hastings Brass 124 LANCASTER, EDMUND, EARL OF, 1295, from a Missal in the "ArchiEologia" 125 LITTELBURY, SIR HUMPHREY, Monumental Effigy, after Stothard 129 LONGESPEE, WILLIAM, EARL OF SALISBURY, 1226, Monumental Effigy, after Stothard 131
Incised Slab, after Boutell LOWTHER, LOVEDAYE or BASSETT, unidentified Effigy, after Richardson MACLEAN, of Duart, from Drummond's "Sculptured Monuments in lona" MACLEAN, of Ross, from Drummond's " Sculptured Monuments in lona" MARSHALL, WILLIAM, EARL OF PEMBROKE, 1219, Monumental Effigy, after Richardson MAULEY, SIR ROBERT DE, temp. E. n., Monumental Effigy, from the " Archseologia " *MOWBRAY, THOMAS, DUKE OF NORFOLK, 1400, Heraldic Atchievement wrongly
,

134 136 137 138 139 144 148 149


151

attributed to

him

instead of

Hen.

" IV., from the "Archfeologia

NEVILL, RALPH, EARL OF WESTMORLAND, 1425, Monumental Effigy, after Stothard ... NORTHWOODE, SIR ROGER, 1361, Monumental Effigy, after Stothard (his wife page 91) OXFORD Arms of the University and of its older Colleges QUARTERMAYNE, RICHARD and SIBILLA, of Rycote, Oxon., Monumental Brass ... Monumental Effigy, after Hollis PEMBRIDGE, " RICHMOND, EARL OF, PETER OF SAVOY, 1268, from the "
,

152 156 166 j5g

Roos, ROBERT, Monumental after Richardson ... ...

Archreologia Effigy, brought from York to the Temple Church 1682,


...
...

...

...

Royal Quarterings, Atchievements by the late Frater Anselm RYTHER, SIR WILLIAM DE, 1308, Monumental Effigy, after Hollis
1382, Rubbing from the Hastings Brass SAY, SIR JOHN, 1473, Monumental Effigy, after Waller SEPTVANS, SIR ROBERT, 1306, Monumental Effigy, after Waller SHELTON, SIR RALPH, 1423, Monumental Effigy, after Cotman SHURLAND, SIR ROBERT DE, Monumental Effigy, after Stothard

188
169

ST.

AMAND, ALMARIC, LORD,

172
176
177

178

STAFFORD, RALPH, LORD, 1347, Rubbing from the Hastings Brass STAUNTON, SIR WILLIAM, 1326, Monumental Effigy, after Stothard THORPE, SIR EDMUND DE, 1418, Monumental Effigy, after Stothard TRUMPINGTON, SIR ROGER DE, 1289, Monumental Effigy, after Waller VALENCE, WILLIAM DE, EARL OF PEMBROKE, 1296, Monumental Effigy, after Gough... VAUX, Cumberland, Incised Slab, after Boutell VERB, ROBERT DE, EARL OF OXFORD, 1221, Monumental Effigy, after Stothard ... WANTLEY, JOHN, c. 1424, Monumental Effigy, after Stothard WHATTON, SIR RICHARD DE, temp. H. HI., Monumental Effigy, after Stothard ... WILLINGTON (?), temp. R. IL, Monumental Effigy, after Stothard WINGFIELD, SIR JOHN, 1400, Monumental Effigy, after Boutell
,

179 182
185
191

193

196

196
197 2 oi

205 206 207

SPURIOUS AND DOUBTFUL EFFIGIES.


SIR BERNARD BROCAS, in Westminster Abbey Stothard ROBERT FITZ HAMON, ob. 1107 (ROBERT FixzRoY, the Consul, and Abbey Church of Tewkesbury Carter
Hitchendon Church, Bucks
Stothard
...
...

213
others), in the

RICHARD WELLYSBURNE DE MONTFORT and DE MONTFORT WELLESBURNE,


...
... ...

213
in

...

2 I2 2 i3

GEOFFREY DE MAGNAVILLE, in the Temple, is an erroneous and others. See LOVEDAYE, page 134 ... ... ...
*

identification
... ...

by Stothard
...

See also Boutell's " Heraldry," 3rd edition, page 258.

ANCIENNE

NOBLESSE.

SOME FAMILIES WHOSE ANCESTORS APPEAR ON THE HERALDIC ROLLS IN THIS WORK.

Arms engraved on

the title page

Bedfordshire
St.

Essex
*WaIdegrave.

Northamptonshire
Wake.

Suffolk
Hervey.
Bernay.

John.

Buckinghamshire
I

Gloucestershire
Berkeley.

Northumberland
*Grey.
Haggerstone.
Ogle.

larcourt.

Sussex
Ashburnham
Pelham.

Cheshire
*Baskerville.

*Trye.

HantsWallop.
Cope.

Davenport.

Cornwall
Molesworth.
*I'rideaux.

Swinburne. Middleton.
Selby.

Warwickshire
Shirley.

Huntingdon
Thornhill.

*Bracebridge.

Notts
Willoughby.

*Chetwynd.
Stanton.

Cumberland
'Pennington.

KentNeville.

Musgrave. Huddleston.

Westmorland
Oxfordshire
Stonor.

Dering.

Lowther.
*Strickland.

Toke.

Derbyshire
*Gresley.

Blount.

Lancashire
Stanley.

Fleming.

Curzon.

*Annesley.
Villiers.

Vernon.
Bnrdett.

Worcestershire
Talbot.

Cave,
*Colvile.

Molyneux. Hoghton.
Radcltfie.

RutlandManners.
*Harington.
Wingfield.

Winnington.

*Clifton.

Menill.

Chad wick.
Trafford.

Yorkshire
Fitzwilliam.

Devonshire
Courtenay.

Carew.
Pole.

Leicestershire
*Turvile.
(nee

SalopCorbet.

Scrope.
Stapleton. Stourton.

Champernown
Harington). Acland.
Bellew.
'

Beaumont.

Cornewall.

*Grimston.

De

Grey.

"Lingen.

Babington.

Manwaring
Sandford.

Hamerton. Hotham.
'Tempest. Boynton. Waterton.

Clifford.

Lincolnshire
Alington.

Tyrwhit.

Upton.

Dorset
Digby.

*Dymoke.

Staffordshire
Wrottesley.

*Rokeby.
Savile.

NorfolkHoward.
Astley.

Durham
Lumley

*Arden. Okeover.
Bagot.

Meynell. *Saltmarshe.

*Worsley.
Wyvill.

Bediogfeld

*Broughton.

ARMS OF THE INNS OF COURT.

HERALDIC INTRODUCTION GREEK VASE, WITH DEVICE.

HERALDIC INTRODUCTION-GREEK VASES, WITH DEVICES,

B.C.

550, 500.

GREEK VASE Geryon, who

Heracles and Geryon. Heracles seizes the centre head of first and second bodies and winged triple only from the waist upwards volant on left Athenae holding out on his shield a bird full wounded (one face), " Greek and Etruscan Vases" H. B. Walters. From Heracles. by cup to
:

AMPHORA

is

GREEK VASE: Achilles


whose shield are two

lying in wait for Troilos behind the fountain.


into hydria

In centre a rock-

emitting from a lyon's head

surmounted by a crow regarding Achilles, on


Polyxena looking

towards Troilos on the

lyons, that in base reversed, counter passant gardant. From " Greek and Etruscan Vases," by left.

H. B.

Walters.

SO.lfE

FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

GEOFFREY, COUNT OF ANJOU, FATHER


DIED 7TH SEPTEMBER, From an enamelled
tablet in the

OF

HENRY

II.

1150.

Museum

The lyons on

the shield are

Mans, formerly in the Church of St. Julien. After Stothard. perhaps the earliest specimens of armorial bearings.

at

GGLMVM^WCEM

"

William's Messengers."

(After the

Bayeux Tapestry.)

"

Here

the Messengers

came

to

William"

SOME
F=. Facsimile,
J

FEUDAL
y
-took up the Cross,
Roll, see Preface,
i.e.,

ARMS
a Crusader 1270.
vi.

Dering

page

^probable ancestors of extant Noble

and

Gentle Families of the name.

Abbehall, Sir
gules
or,
;

de

(ABKNHAI.I.).

of
fess

Acton

Gloucestershire -(E.

Roll) bore, or, Parliamentary Roll.


II.

Abberbury, Richard- (R.


a
fess crenellfe

11.

Roll) bore,

an Essex Knight (H. vi. Roll) ( ), bore, gyronny (12) argent and gules, quarterly with, gules, on across moline argent five escalArundel Roll. lops of the field
;

sable; Surrey Roll. Abbetot, see D'ABBETOT.

("embattled on the top") See ADDER BUKV.


II.
;

Acton, Sir John de (AKETON)


;

Abell, Sir John, of Kent-(E.


argent, a saltire engrailed azure

bore, at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322, quarterly indented azure and argent probably per fess indented is intended, as in the next.

Roll) bore, Parly. Roll.

Abell, John( ABI.K) -( E. in.


two bars
blason)
;

Roll) bore, sable,


F.

or, in chief three torteaux (plates, in

Jenyns' Ordinary.

Abelyn, Nicholas (ABLYN)-(E.


;

bore, at the siege of Calais 1345-8, quarterly per fess indented argent and sable (vel azure), also ascribed to RICHARD ACTON in Surrey Roll R. n. F. * Acton, de, of Aldenham, Salop,

Acton, Sir John de

Edward

in. Roll) bore, gules, on a cross patonce argent five azure escallops Jenyns' Ordinary. F.

1387 sant
[

bore, gules, crusily or, two lyons pasin pale argent. Shirley.] F.

Acton, Sir Roger,


gules, a fess

JAbelyne, Nicholas
on a cross sable
Roll &c.
F.
five

(H. in. Roll)bore, or, eaglets argent Dering


;

of Sutton, 1410 bore, ermine within a bordure engrailed


Shirley.]
),

of the second.

F.

Abernoun ;. Dabernon. JAbingdon, Philip de (H.


argent,

in. Roll) bore,


;

on a bend gules three eaglets or


Sr. (BEAUCHAMP)

Dering

Roll.

a Suffolk Knight-(H. vi. Roll) bore, argent, a gryphon segreant per fess sable and azure Arundel Roll. Adam, Sir John ap, baron 1299 bore, at the battle of Falkirk 1298, argent, on a cross
(
;

Acworth

Aburgavenny, Le
Acclon, Henry
Ordinary.
F.

bore, at the siege of Rouen 1418, gules, crusily and a fess or, a crescent (sable) for difference.
(E. in. Roll) bore, gules, a
six

gules five mullets or (pierced Ordinary). (F. ) The name is Badham. He signed, but did Barons' letter to the Pope 1301,
;

vert,

Jenyns'

often written

not seal, the

page

xxiv.

maunch between
(blasoned, gules, a

Adderbury, Sir John


sable.

cinquefoyles
;

maunch ermine)

argent Jenyns'
;

of Calais 1347, bore, See also ABBERBI'RY.

slain at the siege argent, a fess crenelle^

Achard v. Archard.
Achard, Piers
:

Aglionby, John
two bars and
Roll) bore,

(E. in.

undee

in chief three F. Jenyns' Ordinary.

(E. n. Roll) bore, argent, martlets sable;

(barry wavy of ten) argent and gules. Jenyns' Roll another, unde'e (6) and a label (3) azure; Arden Roll, &c. F.

JAguillon, Robert (AGILLUN, AGUILUN

Acherton, "William de-(R.


argent, two

n. Roll) bore, bendlets and a bordure sable


;

or Ac;L'i,ON)-(H. in. Roll) bore, gules, a fleurde-lys argent. (F.) WILLIAM (J) bore it with an azure field Dering and Glover Rolls, &c.
;

Surrey Roll.

See also ATHERTON.

*Ackland, John

de Akeny r. Dakeny. Alanby, Thomas (E. in.


gent,
; ,

Roll) bore, ar-

(R. n. Roll) bore, checquy argent and sable, a fess gules Surrey Roll. F.
;

a chevron within a bordure engrailed azure Jenyns' Roll. F. page 5.

SOME FEUDAL

COATS OF ARMS.

Albemarle, si-e also AUBEMARLE. Albemarle, Earl of-(H. in. Roll)


,

Anderson, Roger,

of

Wrawby,

co.

Line.

bore, gules, a cross patonce vair Glover Roll, &c. F.


v.

bore, argent, n chevron between I4th cent. F. three crosses flory sable. Shirley. ]

Albini
(E.
II.

Daubeny,
Roll)
bore,
;

and
of

de Albini.
Kent
fil.

Andrew,

Sir John,

of Suffolk

(H.

vi.

Aldam,

Sir Francis,
a sun

John
;

azure,
in

liamentary Roll
Al.DIlllAM.
''.

....

a pile or, ParHarl. 4033 see

Roll) bore, argent, on a bend engrailed sable three mullets pierced of the field Arundel Roll.
;

Angelley, del

[Aldeburgh, "William de,

baron 13711386 bore, azure, a fess argent between three crosses crosslet or; Nobility Roll.] [Aldeburgh, Sir "William de, of Aideburgh, Yorkshire, 1360 bore, a fess dan-

(rather DE LAM;LI:V) (E. i. Roll) bore, argent, a fess and in chief three Camden Roll. escallops sable
;

Anger, Sir Thomas (AWGEK),


(H.
VI.

of

Kent .

Roll) bore, ermine,

three lyonceux
(E.

rampant or

on a chief azure Arundel Roll


of co.
;

from point to point, between three crosslet (now called botonnee) an annulet for difference. See Monumental Brass.]
cettee

Angervile, Sir John de,

Leicr.

crosses

II. Roll) bore, gules, a cinquefoyle ermine, within a bordure sable bezantee Parliamen-. tary Roll. HUGH, lookup the cross 1269.

Aldefelde, Robert-(E.
fitchee argent

in.

Roll)

bore,

gules, a lyon rampant argent debruised by a bend sable charged with three crosses crosslet
;

Angevyn, Robert (AUNGKVYN)-(H.


Roll) bore, gules, Norfolk Roll.

in.
;

un

florette (a fleur-de-lys) or

Jenyns' Ordinary.

F.

JAldeham, Thomas de -(H.


Roll.

in. Roll) bore, azure, a sun (16 rays) in his glory or Dering
;

Angus,
battle

Alderby, Sir Walter -(E.


gules,

three
;

bulls'

heads

cabossed

in. Roll) bore, argent,


in.

Earl of bore, at the Fnlkirk 1298, gules, a cinquefoyle pierced or, within -xn orle of crosses crosslet See also of the last more probably, crusily.
Q-ilbert,
of

UMFRAVILLE.

horned azure

Ashmole

Roll.

Anlaby, Halnath de-(R.


Surrey Roll.

*fAldersey,
gules,

on a bend engrailed argent between two

Hugh

de, temp. H.

bore,

n. Roll) bore, argent, a fess between six fleurs-de-lys sable

cinquefoyles or three leopards' faces vert or more anciently, sable, three chargers or dishes argent. Shirley.]

Ane

or Ano, Drew de (Axo m. DREW or DREW DEANE H. in. Roll) tore, gules, a

saltire

ermine

Arden

Roll.
(?

Alemande, William le- (H. in.


vair,

Roll) bore

Anno, Alysaunder de
three popinjays between

on a
;

fess gules three martlets or,


field,

Arden
in St.

Roll) bore, gulej, frette> argent;

DEANE)-(H. in. Howard Roll.


;

Roll

the

und6e argent and azure,


F.

George
if

Roll.

Anne, Sir William- (E.


Ashmcle
FOSTER.
Rol{.

in. Roll) bore, or,


(of

two cotises sable

Alexander (Count Allisander,


a surname)
III.
;

doubtful

The arms borne by ANNE

(H. Roll) bore, barry (6) or and azure, a bordure gules Arden Roll.

Burghwallis) were, gules, three bucks' heads cabossed argent. Yorkshire Visitations, ed.

Alneham, Raffe de-(E.


'

in.

Roll) bore,
;

azure,

five

fusils

in

fess

or,

a bend gules

Anne, "William de
gules,

(E.

in.

Roll)

bore,

Jenyns' Ordinary.

F.

Alwent, John-(E.
;

in. Roll) bore, gules, a chevron ermine between three fleurs-de-lys of the last Jenyns' Ordinary. F.
(

on a bend argent cotised or three popinjays vert beaked and legged gules
F.

Jenyns' Ordinary.

*Alyngton
argent
;

*Annesley, John de

),

an Essex Knight- (H.

vi.

Roll) bore, sable, billettee Arundel Roll.

and a bend engrailed

JAmbras, William

with an annulet argent,

(AMBESAS) (H. in. Roll) bore, or, three dice sable! each charged Howard Roll a plate in Dering Roll.
;
;

(R. n. Roll) bore, paly (6) argent and azure a bendlet gules, Jenyns' and Surrey Rolls (K. ) with a bend vaire argent and sable in Cotgrave Roll K. in. and paly (6) azure and argent a baston gobony or and gules, in Jenyns' Ordinary, F. K. III. &c. &c.

Antingham,
a bend argent
;

Ashmole

(E. in. Roll) Roll.

bore, sable,

Ampndevill, Robert
vair, three palets gules

(E. in. Roll) bore, Jenyns' Ordinary. F.

Ap Adam
bore,

r.

JApeldrefeld,

Amyas, Drewe de (or AMYAS


'

DE DRKWE?)

(H. in. Roll) bore, gules, three palets sable (azure in trick); Howard Roll.

(H. in. Roll) HENRY I.E ermine, a bend gules; FlTZ (J) bore the bend vaire or and gules. \Viu.i.\M (J) bore, or, a fess lozengy gules

Adam. Henry de

and

vair

Dcrjng and Howard

Rolls.

SIR

WILLIAM DE ALDEBURGH.
c.

1360.

33 Ed.

III.

After Stnthard.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

^nne, of
:

ClTSt

Gu. three bucks' heads caboshed arg. attired or A woman's head, couped at the shoulders ppr.

ROBERT HARRINGWELL, mesne


Frickley.

(Arg. on a bend martlets of the fit Id.)

sa.

lord of=MARGARET. dau. of William St. three Sir

George, Knt.

castle of Tickhill, temp.

dau. KUt'Htam 9rmc, constable of the_ALiCE, and co-heir. Edward II., and 4 Edward III.

JOAN, dau. and

co-heir,

married to Sir Henry Gramery, Knt.

ELIZABETH, dau. and co-heir married to John Fitz William,


of

WoodhalL

2.

JOHN ANNE.

ALEXANDER ANNE,
of Frickley
(

of FrickIey=AGNES.
sister of Sir

RALPH ANNE,

the will of Robert^RACE. ) mentionedln Wolveden, treasurer of the Church of York, dated 4 Sept., 1432.
?
I

Richard Goldsborough, Knt

THOMAS ANNE, of=ELiZABETH,


Frickley.
I .

dau. of John Bosvile, of

New

2nd

wife, Isabel, dau. of Pcrcival Cresacre.

Hall, in Darfield, by his (See those families.)

ELIZABETH ANNE. ALICE ANNE.

JOHN ANNE,

He

of Frickley, and of Preston and Rowhall, / K. mentioned as John the elder, in will dated 18 March, 1503-4, of Edward Cresacre, sub-dean of York.
is

=CATHERINE, dau.
I

and

of Thomas Hickleton.

Preston,

co-heir of

MARGERY ANNE.
ELIZABETH ANNE.

ANNE ANNE
mar.to

MARGERY
of

(ist wife).dau.

=JoHN
of

ANNE,=CATHERINE

(2nd

Hercy.

A
1

Frickley, Inq. p. m. 36

wife), dau. of John

ANNE. JANE (?)

ALICE. ELIZABETH'.

Hotham, of bcorborough, co. Y.

John Pecke,
ofWakefield.

JOANE, mar. to Sir Henry Gramery. and had three


daus. his co-heirs.

son, d. y.

H.VIII.

CHRISTOPHER son ANNE,


and
heir, died without issue.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

Apperley, John de
;

(E.

in.

Roll) bore,
.

Arehedekin, Thomas
argent,
three
K.

-(H. in. Roll) bore,


sable

argent a chevron gules between three pineF. apples vert, slipped or Jenyns' Ordinary.

chevronels

bezantee

Glover Roll.

Appelby, Sir Henry


;

of Staffordshirebore, at the first Dunstable tournament 1308. six martlets or the same are ascribed azure, to Sir WlI.I.lAM (with a label of three), and - 14 martlets to EDMUND in other Rolls, !'. to Sir EDMUND in Ashmoie. See also l<m\
i

Archer, Nicol

le (H. in. Roll) bore, sable, a lyon rampant or St. George Roll. F.
;

SIR WALTF.R ARDEN, 1412, Aston Church, Warwicks.

Arches, Alexander de
Arches, William

slain at the siege of Calais 1347, bore, gules, three arches argent.

I.F.

MoiNE.
bore, at the battle of

bore, at the siegcof 1418, gules, three double arches argent.

Rouen
]'.

Appleby, Sir Robert


martlets or

Arden, Sir Thomas and Sir Robert


(ARDF.KNF.) of Warwickshire (E. n. Roll) bore, ermine, a fess compony or and azure In Jenyns' Parliamentary. and other Rolls. '' Ordinary, K. in. a fess Garen (i.e. Warren) is tricked checquy for John. F
;
'

Boroughbridge 1322, azure, the bordure of


tricked as 8 martlets in orle.

'

Applegarth, Robert
argent,

(E. nr. Roll) bore, three apples slipped gules Jenyns' F. Ordinary.
;

4-Arderne, Sir John,


first

Apr(e)'sby, Christopher
bore, sable, a cross

de(R. u.
bore, at

Roll)

and a

and

cinqucfoyle pierced argent

in the first quarter Surrey Roll.


;

of Salop bore, at the Uunstable tournament 1308, gules, crusily chief or; (F.) Another Sir JOHN bore,

Arcalowe,
battle of

Sir

William
K.

the

cribed to
E. iv.

at the siege of Calais 1345-8, gules, crusily fitchee and a chief or (F.), which is also asHl/GH in Jenyns' and to

Boroughbridge 1322, argent, three


of co. Leicr. three rleurs-de-Ivs HAKCIIAS in Harl. Roll.
4-

WILLIAM

Ordinary

with crest

in

Ballard Roll temp.

(bars) gemelles sable.

Areas, Sir Alexander,


Roll) bore, argent; Parly. Roll.

Arderne, Rauf de
Arden
Roll.

(K.

II.

sable,

(H. in. Roll) bore. ermine, on a fess gules three lozenees or


.

K.

Archard, Sir Robert


Roll) bore, or, a liamentary Roll.

of Berkshire

(K. n.

Arderne, Randulphde
or, crusily a

tend engrailed sable; Pari.

(H. in. Roll)bore, lyon rampant sable Arden Roll. F.


;

Arderne, Wakelinede
or,

Archat, Sir Riehard-(K.


argent, on a
lys or,
;

a lyon rampant

(K. in. Roll) bore, vert, in Segar Roll, colours

Roll

bore,

bend cotised gules three fleurs-dea bordure of the second Nativity Roll.

reversed, Jenyns' Ordinary (F.) RICHARD, junior, bore, vert, a lyon rampant or debruised by a fess gules. -SIRE DE ARDKRNF. (J) bore,

Archedeckne, John,

baron 1343 bore, at the second Dunstable tournament 1334, argent


three chevronels sable the same is ascribed (i) to ADAM (J) in the Howard and Bering Rolls, and (2) to Sir THOMAS of Cornwall (in the Parly. Roll) GEFFREY, differenced with a
;

argent, a lyon rampant azure, debruised by bend gules Dering Roll.


;

a.

Arderne, William de
Arfois
or Arforce, argent, three castles

sable, three lyons passant or

(H. in. Roll) bore,


;

Arden

Roll.

label (5) giiles.

Arden and

St.

George

Rolls.

Ashmoie

(E. in. Roll) bore, triple-turreted gules

Roll.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

Argentine, Sir Giles


bore, at the
first

of

Cambridge

Ashebaston, Sir Richard (ECHEBASTON)


of co. Leicester
bore, at the battle of Borough-

gules, crusily

and

Dunstable tournament 1308, three covered cups argent.


banneret,

Argentine, Sir John, Knight

SIRJOHNDE ARGENTINE,

1382. Horsekeath, in Catnbs.

2nd baron bore, at the first Dunstable tournament 1308, gules, three covered cups argent.
(F.)

WILLIAM

bore the reverse.


a baron

Argentine, Reynold de,


;

1297

bore, gules, crusily fitch^e and three covered cups argent, Nobility Roll father of Sir JOHN, before named, see facsimile GILES.

bridge 1322, argent, a lyon rampant gules, on his shoulder a einquefoyle of the first, over all a haston azure (in another trick the einquefoyle is on the baston) Parliamentary, Roll. See also EIJGBASTON. For same coat without the baston, see Sir ANDREW ASTLEY. bore, at the siege of Asherst, Sir Calais 1345-8, gules, a cross engrailed between four fleurs-de-Iys argent.
;

Adam-

Armine, v. Ayrmine and Ermine. Arnes, Robert de (H. in. Roll)


azure,

Ashfeld
Roll
)

bore,

a Suffolk Knight -(H. vi. ), ( bore, sable, a fess engrailed between three rleurs-dc-lys argent Arunclel Roll.
;

two bends or

Howard

Roll.

As(h)ton, Richard
per chevron
Ballard'Roll.

de( E

iv. Roll) bore,

Arras, Rafede
on a cross azure
Roll.
(F.)
(J),

(H. in. Roll) bore, argent,


five fleurs-de-lys or
;

sable

and argent

with

crest;
or,

Arden The Castellan of Arras in Nor;

Aske, Conan
argent,

mandy
Roll.

bore, gules a chief ermine See also DARKES.

Dering

de-(E. in. Roll) bore, Grimaldi Roll. F. three bars azure


;

Askeby, Sir Robert


a lyon
Roll.

(E.

in.

Arthur, Sir Thomas


tween three clarions
or.

bore, at the siege of Rouen 1418, gules, a chevron argent be(K.


in.
;

rampant sable
F.

Roll), bore, billettee or ;

Ashmole

Aspall, Sir Robert


Roll)

Artoys, Janico de

bore,

gules, four bars wavy argent See D'ARTOis. (F.)

Jenyns' Roll.

of Suffolk-(K. in. Roll) bore, azure, three chevronels or Arundel and Parliamentary Rolls. The field gules in Ashmole Roll.
;

Arundel, Richard, Earl


;

of, banneret-

at the first Dunstable tournament 1308, and by another Earl RICHARD at the siege of Calais

bore, at the battle of Falkirk 1298, and at the siege of Carlaverock 1300, gules, a lyon rampant or sealed the Barons' letter to the Pope 1301, pp xv. ,xxiv. Borne also by Earl EDMUND

Asse, John de, v. ASCHK. Asseles, Alan de -(H. in.


*

Roll) bore, gules,


;

a saltire and a chief argent Arderi and St. George Rolls. See LASSEM.S.

Assheton, Sir Robert de,


Assi, Sir Robert de-(E.
gules, a bend Asiimcle Roll.

I-'.,

in.
,

bore,
F.

argent, a mullet pierced sable.- Shirley.


in.

1345-8. and (Earl Jons) LE SR. the siege of Rouen 7418,

MOUNSVEK RICHARD DE ARUNDEI.L

MATRAVERS
AKUNDEL,

bore, at

Roll) bore, cotised between six martlets or,

quarterly
(F.
)

with, MATRAVERS, sable, a fret or. also FITZALAN.

See
in.

Astinn(
Astley,

'[Arundell, Reinfred de, temp. H.


Shirley.
]

bore, sable, six martlets (tc/hirondelles) argent.


F. in. Roll) bore, gules, F. Jenyns' Roll.

?an Essex), Knight~(H. VI. Roll) bore, argent, a chevron between three fleurs: de lys sable Arundel Roll.
;

Sir

Andrew,
;

baron

1295

Asdale,
l>ore, at

Thomas- (E.
;

a cygnet passant argent

*Ashburnham,
)

Sir

Bartholomew de

bore, at the battle of Falkirk 1298, argent, a lyon rampant gules, on his shoulder a cinqueF. ) Borne with a baston by foylc of the first
( (

Sir

RICHARD ASHEBASTON.)

Borne with a
)

of Boroughbridge 1322, gules, a fess (between) six moles (mullets of 6) Sir JOHN bore the same with (F. argent. martlets in lieu of mullets, and another SIR Parliabore plates instead of mullets JOHN, mentary Roll E. II.

the battle

JAshburnham, Richard de
;

einquefoyle ermine by THOMAS (F. in Jenyns' Ordinary, and with a billet ermine in place of the einquefoyle by Sir NICHOLAS,, banneret in Arundel Roll (F.) ;. Sir GILES of co. Leic. Thomas, 3rd lord bore the .einquefoyle or and a label (3) and azure Parly. Roll K. II.
;

(H. in. Roll)

bore, gules, a fess and in chief three spurrowells argent Dering Roll.
(E. n. Roll) bore,

Astley,

Ashbye, Sir Robert de

argent, billettee gules and a lyon rampant sable; in another trick the lyon (and not the Roll. field) is billettee or; Parliamentary
Roll), bore, argent, a fess azure over all a saltire gules. JOHN DE ASSE, bore, or, a saltire gules over all a fess Camden Roll. sable.

Asche, Sire de

-(E.

I.

Thomas bore, in the second Dunstable tournament 1334, azure, a einquefoyle F. Ascribed also to pierced ermine. ANDREW, JOHN, and Sir THOMAS in St. George and Ashmole Rolls and Jenyns' Ordy. THOMAS, of (Hill) Morton, differenced in Surrey Roll with a bordure engrailed or in Sir RAUKF a bordure argent R. ii.
(
) ,-

Ashmole Roll E.
a label
(3) or,

in. and THOMAS DE with on each point two bars gules, in


;

Surrey Roll R.

II.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

THE HERALDIC ATCHIEVEMENT


JOHN FRANCIS ARUNDELL, 12x11 BARON ARUNDELL OF WARDOUR.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

~JoHN, LORD AUDLEY.


Sherc Church, Surrey, 1491.

Astley, Giles

bore, gules, a cinquefoyle pierced ermine between three mullets or Harl. MS. 1481 fo. 75>>.]
;

Audley, Sir Nicholas de, baron


;

of

Heligh,

Astley, Robert
crusily or

and a lyon passant gardant argent


F.

(E. in. Roll) bore, azure,


;

1297 bore, at the- battle of Falkirk 1298, gules, a fret (vel fretty) or so borne also by his son JAMES, K.o. (a founder), one of the
of Poictiers,
;

heroes

and

Jenyns' Ordinary.
Roll) bore, sable, Roll.

Aston, Sir John de,


mentary
(E.

of Northants-(E, 11. a saltire argent; Parlia-

Aston, Sir Richard de,


it.
;

of Gloucestershire

Roll) bore, gules, a lyon rampant or, debruised by a bend vair Parliamentary Roll.

Aston, Sir Richard


(E.

pf Hants or Wilts.

the cross 1270.

II. Roll) bore, azure, crusily or, and a bend argent cotised of the second. Parliamentary Roll. One of these names took up

(t) Dering Roll. Sir HUGH of co GlOucr. differenced with a label azure (F.) HUGH and JOHN, a bordure, (5) argent (F. Cotgraveand Jenyns' Ordinary E. in. JAMKS with a label gobony argent and azure, Cotgrave and Sir JAMES of co. Glpucr. with a label (3) azure, on each point a lyoncel of the second Parliamentary Roll E. II. where Sir NICHOLAS' first named, appears among the bannerets. Another JAMES took up the cross
)
;

AUDLK.Y

by

WILLIAM DE

1270.

Auke, Gregory de
gules,

two bars and


;

(E.

in.

Roll)

in chief three

bore, annulets

Aston, Roger de-^(E.


(E.

a dancette (embelif) sable; Jenyns' Roll. iv. Atherton, bore,


Roll)
three

in. Roll) bore, argent, F.

all

argent

Jenyns' Ordinary.

F.

Aunsell, Alexander
ermine, on a
or
;

hawks

or

gules, with crest; Ballard Roll.

(E. in. Roll) bore, fess gules three crosses crosslet


F.

Jenyns' Ordinary.
Gloucestershire
(E.

Atherton, William, see ACHKRTON. fAthol, (David) Earl of (H. in. Roll) bore,
-

Auntesheye, Sir Richard (DAUNTSEY) of


n.
fess or

palv or and sable, in Norfolk and Grimaldi Rolls (F.) paly (6) in Arden Roll or, 4 palets sable, in Howard Roll and, or three palets azure, in Segar, Camden and St. George Rolls. ADOMAK of Suffolk, younger brother of DAVID DK STRABOI.GV, differenced with a bendlet argent. Harl. MS. 1481 fo. 74.

and argent, a

Roll)

bore,

pe'r

fess

undfe

gules.

(F.

Parliamentary Roll.

Austre(y), William de-(H.


gules,

DAUTREY Arden Roll. Autrey, William de (DAUTREY)


vel
;

fess argent,

a label

in. Roll)bore.

(5)

or

or

AUSTRY

Aton, Sir Gilbert de,


WILLIAM, 2nd
Ashmole.

a label
gules,

a baron 1324- bore, at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322, or, a cross passant sable (F. ); (borne also by Sir
baron, in Ashmole) and gules, a cross patonce argent (F. ), in Parliamentary Roll, &c., another (? platey at the points) in
;

(H. in. Roll) bore, azure, a fess dancetteV (5) argent Arden Roll. (5) gules
;

Avenbury, Osbern de
three
;

(H. in. Roll) bore,


tails

lyons
Roll.

rampant

fourche'e
co.

argent

Arden

Avene, Sir Leyson de


;

Glouc. (E. n. bore, Roll) chevronels argent Parly. Roll.

(DAVENKY), of
gules,

three

See VENE.
Roll) bore,

Hethe. Attwater, William, Bishop


v.

Atte Hethe
(6

Avenel, Sir John de


of

Lincoln

VIII. 1515) bore, undfe (barry Wavy of ermine and gules, on a chevron (between three shrimps embowed or, a rose gules seeded argent and leaved vert enclosed by two flowers
six)
;

H.

argent, a fess between six annulets 3 and 3 gules; Ashmole Roll the same for Sir WILLIAM of Cambridgeshire in Parliamentary Roll

(E. ni.

E. n.

F.

Awger,
(H.

Sir

Thomas

(AUGER) of Kent
;

Nobility Roll.

Attewode, John
lyon
Roll,

vi. Roll) bore, ermine, on a chief azure three lyonceux rampant or Arundel, Roll.
v.

(R. n. Roll) bore, gules a


;

Awillers
battle of

rampant tail fourche'e argent Surrey and as ATWOOD in Ashmole Roll.


of
;

Davelers.
bore, at the

Ailesbury, Sir Robert de-

Aubemarle, Sir Geffrey


Roll.

Devon and

Hants (E. II. Roll) bore, gules, crusily or and a bend lozengy ermine Parliamentary
(H. in. Roll) bore, ermine, chief azure three lyons rampant or
;

Boroughbridge 1322, -azure, a cross argent and a label (3) gules. JOHN, bore it undifferenced, and another JOHN,' with a baston
gules, in.itead of the label
;

Jenyns' Ordinary

E.

III.

F,
(E.

r
in.

Aucher, Henry
on a Arden
Roll.

Ayrmyn, William

de, Earl of Gloucester, Audley, 1337-47 bore, or, three chevronels gules, See also CLARE. Nobility Roll H. Vi.

Hughe

Roll) bore, argent, a paltire engrailed and a chief gules WM.- DE ERMINE, Jenyns' Ordinary. (F.) bore, ermine, a saltire engrailed gules, on a chief of the last a lyon passant gardant or.
;
.

Surrey Roll.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

Baa, Sir Walter de


;

of Bedfordshire -(E. n.

Roll) bore, gules, a chevron argent between three plates Parliamentary Roll. de, of Dorset or Babington, Sir Somerset (E. II. Roll) bore, gules, platey, though tricked as torteaux in Harl. MS. 4033

three horse-shoes or; RAFE. bore, H. ill., St. George azure, crusily a chevron or. (F. Roll; and another coat under this surnann-, paly (6) argent and gules, on a chief azure three horse-shoes of the first, occurs in the
)

.V-hmole Roll.

John

Bagworth,
fess

heads

Parliamentary Roll.

(E. in. Roll) bore, sable a engrailed ermine between three boars' of the last, tusked argent ; couped
Roll.

*[Babington, Sir John


argent, ten torteaux
Shirley.] sable,
F.

Ashmole
bore, (E. in.) label (3) azure.

and a

Baiggingedene, Richard de
;

(H.

in.

Babthorpe, Sir R.
;

(H. vi. Roll) bore, a chevron or between three crescents ermine Atkinson Roll.

Roll) bore, or a pile sable and nine mullets St. George (6 points) counterchanged 3, 3, 3 See also ROBERT DK CHANDOS. Roll. (F. )

Bakwell, Sir John de,


Parliamentary Roll.

of

Middlesex
;.

Bacon, Sir

Edmond

bore,

at

the

first

Dunstable tournament 1308, gules, on a chief argent two mullets sable pierced or the same was borne by another ED.MON at the second Dunstable tournament, 1334 - by ROKKRT, within a bordure or and by JOHN within a bordure engrelee or (F.); borne also by
; [

(E. n. Roll) bore, paly (6) argent and azure, on a chief gules a lyon passant gardant or

Baldreston, Richard de
bore, argent a lyon
Sir
*

(E. in.

Rolli

>

rampant purpure
;

same as

ROBERT FlTzRoGEK
of

Baldwin, Roger,
1398
F.

Jenyns' Ordinary. Diddlebury, Salop,


Shirley.]

EnwAKD in Jenyns' Ordinary. Sir EDMUND, of Hants or Wilts, bore the mullets unpierced.
(F.
)

bore, argent, a saltire sable.

Parliamentary Roll.
of Gorleston, Suffolk,
ill. (1335) bore, gules a bend fusily on a chief argent two spur-rowells of Add. MS. 19,116 fo. 129. See ]

Balioll, Sir

[Bacon, Sir Henry,


temp. E.
sable,

the second.

Monumental

Effigy.

Badewe, Sir
;

HUGH DKLAMARK. Badham, Sir John, see JOIIX-AP-ADAM. Badlesmere, Sire Bartholomew de;
for Sir

argent, on a bend azure three eaglets displayed or Ashmole Roll. Probably intended

Hugh

(E. HI.

Roll)

bore,

Alexander de, a baron 1300 bore, at the battle of Falkirk 1298, and at the siege of Carlaverock 1300, argent, a faux escocheon (an orle) gules, and many of his name bore the same. (F. ) JOHN of Barnard Castle, another AI.KXANDKR and others bore the reverse the field of the banner borne at Carlaverock is by some stated to have been, or.
Eustace de
and an
(H.
;

Baliol, Baliol,

in.

Roll)

bore,

azure, crusily bore, argent,

orle or

Glover Roll.

banneret (baron 1309) bore, at the siege of Carlaverock 1300, argent, a fess double cotised gules with a label (5) azure, his father Gi'SCKI.MK being then alive, but without the label at the first Dunstable tournament 1308, and at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322 so borne by Sir GILES, Ashmole Roll and by
;
;

de, of Bywell-(E. in. Roll) on an inescocheon azure, a lyon. rampant argent crowned or, all within a
1

Hugh

bordure gules, Jenyns Ordinary without the border in Grimaldi Roll a somewhat different coat assigned to KUSTACK DK HAI.LIOL in. TEAS in Glover Roll. See EI'STACE DK
; ;

TOURS. Baliol,

GUNCELME
.

(\)

and RAKE
George

(J)

in the
field

Arden
ermine,
ar-

Roll

another

KAFK

bore the
Rolls.

Camden and
gent,
(E.

St.

de (H. in. Roll) bore, St. George Roll and gules, an orle ermine lenyns' Ordinary; a label (5) azure in Arden Roll. F.

Ingram

Bagod, William-(H.
Bagot, Sir William,
III.

in.
;

two chevronels azure

Arden

Roll) bore, Roll.

of co. Cambridge

AshRoll) bore, ermine abend gules. Roll. Another Sir WILLIAM bore three eaglets or on the bend, at the first Dunstable tournament 1308. F.

mole

*Bagot, John
,

(R.

II.

Roll) lx>re, argent,

chevron gules between three martlets sable ; Sir WILLIAM, of Bromley Surrey Roll. temp. H. iv. differenced with a crescent. See

Monumental

Effigy.

Bagpuzs, John de

(H. in. Roll) bore, azure, crusily or, a fess vaire of the second and gules; Arden Roll. (F.) Sir JOHN, of Rutland, bore, E. H., gules, two bars argent, in chief

SIR

HENRY BACON.
AFTER STOTHARD.

IN C.ORLESTON CHURCH, SUFFOLK.


c.

1335.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.


/r*^rvrv^v.-o^*^xj' x '

'**:

'"tofyn'Xafi,*.

&}*&a&y+

<***-

Baliol,

William de(H. m.
(5) gules.

Roll) bore, or,


Iab:l (5) gules.

anorlevair, a label

AnotherWlLLiAM

Banke, John de

-bore, or, an orle azure, a Arden and St. George Rolls.

(E. n. Roll) bore, sable a cross between four fleurs-de-lys argent, quartering argent a chevron between three annulets F. gules, Jenyns' Roll.

(E. in. Roll) bore, argent, an eagle displayed azure, beaked and membered gules. Jenyns' Ordinary. F. See also BiLNEy. tBalun, John, and Walter de ( 1 1 1 Roll ) bore, barry dancettee (6 or 8) argent and gules

Balnye, William de

Bardolf, Sir
;

(F.) St.

George,
gules

Howard and Dering


or, in Jenyns'

Rolls;

Ordinary. Balun, John (E. in. Roll); bore, per fess indented argent and gules. Jenyns' Roll. F. a Kentish Knight (H. vi. (me), Roll) bore, ermines on a chief pily argent two

THOMAS,

and

a baron 1299 Sealed the Barons' letter to the Pope 1301, pp. xvii, xxiv bore, at the battle of Falkirk 1298, and at the siege of Carlaverock 1300, azure, three cinquefoyles or as also did (i) Sir THOMAS at the first Dunstable tournament 1308, (2) Le Sr. BARDOLPHE at the siege of Rouen 1418, and (3) WILLIAM (J) in the Dering Roll. Bardolf coat w.thin a bordure engrailed argent in the Ashmole Roll.
;

Hugh,

Bam

Bardolf, John

bore, at the second Dunstable tournament 1334, azure, three cinquefoyles

trefoyles sable

Arundel
or

Roll.

F.

argent (as did Sir


i.

WILLIAM,
field.

of Norfolk, in

Bamnye v. Bawnd

Bownd.
gules,

Parly. Roll, E. n. ), but his cousin

JOHN, also

Bampfylde, John

(BAUMFIKLD), E.
three

of Norfolk, bore a red

bore, or, on a bend F. argent. Shirley.]

mullets

Bardolfe, Sir Thomas, banneret

Banastre, Sir

of Lancashire bore, at the first Dunstable tournament 1308, argent, a cross patonce sable, and also by Sir WILLIAM, who was knighted at the capitulation of Calais 1348, and by Sir THOMAS the cross is variously tricked or K.G. 1376
;

Adam,

SIR WILLIAM BAGOT,


8 HEN. iv. 1407. BAGINTON CHURCH, WARWICKSHIRE.

(E. n. Roll) bore, or, three cinquefoyles azure. (F.) Roll Roll the Parliamentary Surrey (R. n. ) ascribes argent three cinquefoyles pierced or, to LE SR. DE BARDOLF.
;

Bardolfe,
azure,

Thomas
and

(H.
three

in.

crusily

Roll) bore, cinquefoyles or.

blasoned, patee, patonce, and flory, according to the humour of the Herald or his painter, for they were evidently interchangeable, or one and the same. F.

After Boutell.

Glover and Norfolk Rolls.

Bardwell, William
Rouen
1418, gules,

bore, at the siege of

Banastre, Sire William

(E. i. Roll) bore, argent, three chevronels gules, Guillim Roll, and the reverse in the Parliamentary Roll.

or, quarterly with, or, an eagle displayed vert. One Sir WILLIAM bore the goat argent horned or. F. as Bedwell.

a goat saliant,

Bare, Sir John de

Banbury, Gilbert de, and Sir Thomas


;

'de, of Oxon (E. I. Roll) bore, argent a cross patonce (or flory) gules, between four torteaux Parliamentary Roll.

Banbury, Thomas de
;

bore, at the battle ol Falkirk 1298, and at the siege of Carlaverock and two barbes or, a azure, crusily 1300, bordure indented gules, engrailed in the Carlaverock Roll the "barbes" blasoned "poissons" in Harl. 6589 fo. 3*, and "bar-

(E. i. Roll) bore, argent, a cross between four mullets (6) pierced F. gules Segar Roll. Band, Sir Walter le (E. 11. Roll) bore, Parliagules, three pairs of eagles' wings, or
;

mentary Roll.

See akc BAUDE.

tyna e^fi

correctly tricked only in Add. as two barbels addorsed embowed or; in all other MSS. erroneously F. blasoned or tricked, as Heraldic bars. RALPH BARRY took up the cross in the last

beaux
5848

"

fo.

50

fo.

79,

Crusade 1270.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF AKMS.

lrW0Bare,

John de

(E. in. Roll) bore, azure


;

two

bars or, a bordure engrailed gules Ordinary. (F. ) See also BARRK.

Jenyns'

Barkeworth, Robert (BARCKHOKTH)


(K. in. Roll) bore, argent, a saltire sable a label (3) gules; Jenyns' Ordinary and Roll.

(F.)
E.

See also
II.

BKAKWOKTHE.

Barksworth, Sir Robert de,


(
)

of Suffolk

bore, at the of Boroughbridge 1322, argent, crusily lyon rampant gules crowned or. Baret, Sire Stevene bore, at the of Boroughbridge 1322, argent, crusily (tricked fitcbee in Ashmole) and three de-lys sable within a bordure engrailed second. F.

Barret, Sire Stevene

battle

and a
battle

potent
fleurs-

of the

abend azure
(F. );

Roll bore, checqity argent and gules, on three lyonceux passant of the first Parliamentary Roll.

Barrentine, Sir
(K.
11.
;

Drew

de, of Bucks

Barlow, Roll.

(H. vi. Roll) bore, sable, a double-headed eagle displayed argent Arundel
;

Roll) bore, sable, six eaglets, 3, 2, i, Three eagles in the argent Parly. Roll. Sogar Roll eaglets or, in the Glover Roll. F. See also Tiles, Xeath Abbey, p. ix.
;

Barrington, Sir Nicholas de,


(E. II. gules,

of Essex

(Barlye

?),

of

Essex

unde (6)sableandermine(.. barry Arundel Roll.

(H.

vi.

Roll) bore,
nebule'e)
;

Roll) bore, argent, three chevronels a label (3) azure ; Parliamentary and Arundel Rolls.

Barnake, Sir "William,


Roll) bore,
;

of co. Leic. (E. n. argent a fess between three barnacles sable Parly. Roll; and in Jenyns' Roll, argent three barnacles sable are ascribed to WILLIAM B., shovellers in lieu of barnacles, are also ascribed to both. I".

Barington, Sir Philip,


bore, at the

of

co.

Leic.

first Dunstable tournament 1308, argent, a lyon rampant sable tail fourchee, on the shoulder a fleur-de-lys or. Parly. Roll.

Barowe, William
argent,

(E.

in.

Roll)

on
;

a
)

fess

dancett^e

sable

bore, three

besants

F.

Barnam, Henry

Jenyns' Ordinary.

le (H. in. Roll) bore, France, and a chief paly argent and gules Norfolk Roll.
;

Barry, John

Barnard, John-(H.
Roll, in

bear passant sable gules three lucies naiant (?argent).


(i) gules, three

vi. Roll) bore, argent, a muzzled, or, quarterly with,

Arundel which twoother BARN ARDcoats appear,


chevronels ermine, (2) argent a
or,

-(E. in. Roll) bore, gules two gemelles argent, en manere de barres; (F. Jenyns' Ordinary. Barry, Sir Robert, of Bucks (E. n. Roll) bore, azure, two lyons passant gardant or Arden, St. George, and Parly. Rolls. F.
)
;

Bartelott,

chevron sable, on a chief gules three mullets a crescent for difference.

de, 1428 bore, sable, three falconers sinister gloves pendant argent, tasseled or. F. Shirley.]
of

Adam

4^

Barnastone,

(E. in. Roll) bore, azure, crusily (5, 5) argent and a fesse dancettee ermine; (F. This Jenyns' Ordinary. coat seems to have been allowed to, or
)

Thomas

Barton, Geoffrey,

Tatton

is

heir

to

by, BARNSTONK BARNARDISTON of Suffolk.

priated

of

approCheshire and
Roll)

the coat of Sir GEOHFRY MASSY of Tatton and also of MASSY (Ed. iv. Roll) bore, quarterly gules and argent, a label (5) azure. Ballard Roll.
(R. n. Roll) bore, argent,
Roll.

"Barton, John de
in.

JBarnes,

Rauf de
;

(H.

bore,

quarterly or and azure; Dering Roll or, and vert in St. George Roll called also REKNF.KS, see that name.
r.

DK WALLOP.
ermine, on

bend wavy sable Surrey


;

See

RICHARD

Barton, John,
a

of Friton

fess gules

Bare and Barry. Barre, Robert (R. n. Roll) bore, gules, three
Surrey Roll. Barre, -(R. n. Roll) bore, gules, three bars compony argent and azure, quarterly with, barry (6) or and azure, a bend gules Surrey Roll.
;

Barre

Grimaldi Roll and


Roll)

(E. in. Roll) bore, three annulets or F. Jenyns' Ordinary.


;

Bartram, Roger,
bore,
gules,

bars crenellec argent

Thomas

Jenyns' Ordinary.

baron of Mitford-(E. in. crusily and an orle or See also BKRTRAM. F.


;

Barwick, see BERWICK. Basan, Stephen (H. in.


JBasemes, Godfrey de
VII.F.)

Roll) bore,
;

undee

Barre, William
two lyons passant
engrailed or
;

(R.

n.

Roll) bore, azure

argent and gules, a quarter sable

Glover Roll.

gardant Surrey Roll.

and a bordure

-(H.

\7

Barres,
bore,

(
;

or and gules

de-(H.
Arden

in. Roll) tore, lozengv Roll.

argent

(called also HASKin. Roll) bore, gules an inescocheon within an orle of cinquefoyles or
;

Dering
tion

Roll.

Barrett, John,

same between a bend azure thereon an annulet


or
;

of Suffolk -(Hen. vi. Roll) argent, three buckles lozengy gules, tongues to the sinister another JOHN bore the
;

Basford, Sir John,


of Calais 1348 ermine. F.

knighted at the capitulagules a lyon rampant

Arundel Roll.

Basynges, John

(R. n. Roll) bore, gules,

seven barrulets argent; Surrey Roll.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

Basing, Sir John,


;

of Middlesex -(E. n. Roll) bore, azure, a cross recercelee voided or. Sir of (F. ) WILITIAM, Kent, bore the same

*[Basset, Sir William, of Tehidy, Cornwall, E.


III.

with a baston gules Parliamentary Roll. cross moline in Jenyns' Ordinary. F.

wavy,

in Shirley.]

bore, or, three bars F.

undee gules

Bassett,

Simon
;

bore, at the second

Dun-

Baskerville,
;

(H. Roll) bore, argent, a chevron azure between three torteaux Arden Roll.
IE,

Andrew de

in.

Baskerville, Sir Richard de, banneretn.

ermine, un partie Collect, and Top., IV. 390. Bassett, Sir Lawrence and Thomas, of Cornwall (E. in. Roll) bore, barry dancettee Ashmole Roll, &c. (6) argent and gules
1334,
gules, a mullet or
;

stable tournament

between
hurts
;

Roll) bore, argent, a chevron three hurts


;

gules

Bassett, Philip
or and gules
;

JOHN- and

WALTER
first

Parliamentary Roll. bore torteaux instead of


Rolls.

(H. in. Roll)bore, quarterly Glover Roll.

Arden and Glover

F.

*Baskervile, Sir Walter,


bore, at the

of co. Clone.

Bassett, Sir Richard, of Rutland, and Sir "William (E. n. Roll) bore, argent,
two bars azure, in chief three chaplets gules Parly, and Ashmole Rolls.
;

Dunstable tournament 1308, argent, on a chevron gules between three hurts as many mullets (fleurs-de-lys in Cotgrave
Roll) or; in the Parly. Roll, crosses crosslet are substituted for mullets, and in another MS. 5 instead of 3 crosses crosslet are biased crusily. JOHN took up the cross in the last

Bassett,

Simon (E. in. Roll) bore, ermine, on a canton gules an orle argent another a mullet (6) pierced or on the canton Ash;
;

mole and Jenyns'

Rolls.

F.

jBassstt, Anscel

Crusade 1270.

{Baspes, Sire de
Basset,

(H. in. Roll) bore, gules, three palets vair, on a chief or a demi fleurissuant sable de-lys Dering Roll. F.
;

(H. in. Roll)bore, ermine, a chief dancettee gules Dering Roll. F. Bassett, Sir John bore, at the siege of Carlaverock 1300, ermine, on a chief dancettee
;

(vel
or.

indented),
Sir

gules,

three
,

spur-rowells

Rauf
;

(H. in. Roll) bore, or, three


Roll.

EDMONDK,

piles gules

Arden

bore escallops in

Bassett, Richard,
bore, or, bordure azure.

1299

Weldon, a baron palets gules, and a RAUKK, also baron, bore the
three

of

Bassett,

Osmond

of co. Glouc. his brother, lieu of the spur-rowells. F.F. in. (E. Roll) bore,
gule.s,

ermine, on a chief indented or pierced vert.

two mullets

Basset, RaufiF,

bordure besantde; Surrey Roll. of Drayton, ist baron 1264 (E. I. Roll) bore, or, three piles meeting in base gules, a canton ermine. Segar and St.

Bas(s)ingbourne,
changed.
(H.
III.

Sire

Mayeu deJordan

bore, at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322, quarterly or and gules, four crescents counterF.

and so also RALPH George Rolls (F.) RALPH and baron 4th Baron K.G. 1369.
bore, at the battle of Falkirk

JBassingbourne, Baldwin,
Arden and for RAFFK
(E
in.
in Jenyns'

or Roll) bore, gyrony (12) vair andgules Roll; for WARKKN, in Cotgrave Roll,

or and father of the next named.


first

1298, paly (6) F. probably gules, a canton ermine.


,

Ordinary.

Bassingbourne, Giles / HUMPHREY


Roll) bore,
;

Basset, Sir Rauf, banneret

bore, at the

Dunstable tournament 1308, or, three piles meeting in base gules, a canton ermine. Sir SIMON bore them, with a label (3) azure, at the siege of Calais 1345-8, and RAUF LE FITZ also, at the second Dunstable tournament
1334.

gules, a baston azure

gyrony (6) argent and Cotgrave Roll.


of co.

Bassingbourne, Sir Humphrey,


;

In tricks for Sir


;

ROBERT

or

ROGER

of

Worcestershire the

piles are

sometimes azure

Cambridge (E. n. Roll) bore, gyrony (8) argent and gules, Parliamentary Roll tricked also 6 and 12 for other Humphreys. Bassingbourne, Sir John, of Herts (E. II. Roll) bore, gyrony (8) or and gules;
Parliamentary Roll.

sometimes sable

Parly. Roll.
;

ROGER

them sable and the canton gules

bore Segar Roll.

Bassingbourne, Sir Warren,


(E.
II.

tBasset, Sir Rauf (H.

in. Roll) bore, or three piles meeting in base gules, a canton vair; Arden and St. George Rolls. JOHN, bore on

ofco. Lines. Roll) bore, gyrony (8, sometimes 12 and 16), or and azure, Parly. Roll and Jenyns' F. Ordinary.
(

armed or

the canton argent, a gryphon segreant sable;

'[Bastard
Battott,

),

of Kitley,

Devon

bore, or,
gules,

Surrey Roll.

a chevron azure.

Basset, Lord,

slain at the siege of Calais 1347 bore, gules, three piles meeting in base argent, a canton ermine.

Shirley.] F. (H. VI. Roll) bore,


or,

a
;

gryphon segreant Arundel Roll.

a bordure engrailed sable


see

Basset, Rauff (H.


;

in. Roll) bore, paly (6) or and gules, on a canton argent a cross patee sable Norfolk Roll.

Bause, Sire William,

CAUSE.

Baud, Sir Thomas


Baud, Sir Walter
Roll)

le
;

azure, a lyon passant or

(E. in. Roll) bore, Ashmole Roll.

Basset, Sir Richard

bore, at the first Dunstable tournament 1308, paly (6) or and gules, a bordure sable besantee; (F. Another Sir RICHARD (E. II.) bore the bordure azure Par) ;

bore,

gules,

le, of Essex (E. n. three eagles' wings or

Parliamentary Roll.

Bawde,

liamentary Roll.

Basset, Sire

Rauf

Willia-n, of Essex (E. in. Roll) bore, gules, three chevronels argent Cotgrave
;

(E.
;

three bars undee sable

Roll) bore, argent, Cuillim Roll. E.


I.

and Surrey
the
first

Rolls.

Bavent, Sir Roger,


chief indented sable. margin bore also by
;

Basset, Rauf,

Simon

of Sapcote, a baron 1264,

and
Sir

(H. HI. Roll) bore,


;

undee
;

(6)

argent

a baron 1313 bore, at Dunstable tournament 1308, argent, a See BAMNYE in (F.)

and sable

St.

George and Harl.

Rolls.

ADAM

(J) in

Howard and
it

JOHN bore the same besantee Ashmole Roll. Basset, H. (H. in. Roll) bore, undee argent
and sable a canton gules
;

Dering

Rolls.
;

Another ROGER bore


F.

with

3 besants

Jenyns' Ordinary.

St.

George
;

Roll.

Bavent, Sire John de

bore, at the battle of


;

Basset,

Lawrence
;

PHILIP bore, or and gules, St. and WILLIAM the reverse in Jenyns' Ordinary. SYMON (%) bore argent and azure in Howard Roll and or and azure in Dering Roll.
;

undee (6) George Rolls. George Roll

(H. in. Roll) bore, Arden and St. argent and gules

Boroughbridge 1322, argent, a chevron gules within a bordure sable besantee another JOHN bore this coat with the bordure engrailed, at
tlie

second Dunstable tournament 1334.

F.

Bavant,

William
;

(E.

in.

Roll)

bore,

ermine, two bars gules each charged with F. three spur-rowells or Jenyns' Ordinary.

12

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

Bavesar, "Walter de
argent, a lyon

(H.
tail

m.

Roll) bore,
;

rampant

fourchee gules

Dering Roll.
of Norfolk (E. i. chevronels Roll) bore, sable a fess between two For or Parly. Roll. JOHN in Jenyns' Ord. F. in. Roll) bore, Bayning, Howard Roll. argent, three fleurs-de-lys azure Baynton, Sir Robert, knighted at the bore, sable a capitulation of Calais 1348 bend fusily argent. F. Sir John, knighted at the capitula-

Baynarde, Sir Robert,


;

William de(H.

Bayous,

tion of Calais 1348 bore, gules, two bars and in chief three escallops argent (F.); the same Sir borne WILLIAM, of co. Line., was coat by

at the

Bayouse, Herbert,
bend
Roll)
;

Dunstable tournament 1308. of Merkington (E. in. over all a Roll) bore, gules, an orle argent
first

vair; Jenyns' Ordinary.

F.

Bayouse, Sir Robert,

pure pant in Harl. MS. 6137/22. i. Beauehamp, "William, de Elmeley (E. Roll Roll) bore, gules, a fess or Grimaldi JAMKS differenced with a label (5) argent (or
;

(E. n. bore, argent three water-bougets purRoll F. lyonceux ramParliamentary

of Hunts.

tBeauchamp,
;

'*&>

H*

Arden and St. George Rolls. "Wafl)ter de (H. liC^oH) bore, gules, a fess and in chief three martlets or Dering and Howard Rolls. Beauehamp, Sir "Walter de, banneret, son of WILLIAM, gh Baron of (3rd Elmeley) Sealed, as Dominus de Alcestre, the Barons' letter to the Pope 1301, pp. xx, xxiv, bore, at the battle of Falkirk 1298, and
azure)
;

"

at the siege of Carlaverock 1300, gules, a fess bore between six martlets or a Sir the same at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322. at the They were also borne by Sir GILES,
;

WALTER

(F.) siege of Calais 1345-8. (1) Another Sir GYLES differenced at the battle of Boroughbridge with a bordure enendente'e in Parly. Writs App. grele"e argent (2) Sir JOHN, son of Sir GILES, differenced at the siege of Calais 1345-8, with a label (3)
;

points argent (or azure).


(3) Sir

EDWARD

(or Sir

GILES) who was

knighted at the capitulation of Calais 1348, differenced, with a label (5), pendants gobony argent and azure. (4) ROGER differenced, with a mullet pierced
sable
;

Surrey Roll.

(5) Sir

WILLIAM,

of co. Gloucester, differ-

enced at the first Dunstable tournament 1308, with a bordure indented or, Parly. Roll. (6) Another WILLIAM bore, at the second Dunstable tournament 1334, for difference, " sur le melot devaunt," three chevrons gules Sloane MS. 1301 fo. 260*.
;

(7) Sir

WALTER
MS.

bore Sir
argent
;

Powick WALTER'S coat within a bordure

(/

2)

JOHN

of

Harl.

1481

fo. 41.

Beauehamp, Guy,

2nd Earl of Warwick

bore, at the battle of Falkirk 1298, at the siege of Carlaverock 1300, and at the first Dunstable

tournament 1308, gules


or, as

did his son

THOMAS, 2nd
tournament

crusily (3, 3) and a fess Earl, at the

second

1334. (F. ) are ascribed to WILLIAM, banneret, ist Earl, 24 E. I., 1295-6 in the Parly. Roll. (F. ) Earl WILLIAM and Earl GUY also bore it,

Dunstable

They

quarterly with Le Veyl escu (de Warwike), checquy or and azure, a chevron ermine F. (the latter sealed the Barons' letter to the
'

'

Pope 1301, pp. xvi, xxiv); Nobility Roll; THOMAS, 3rd Earl, at the siege of Calais 1345-8, and RICHARD, 5th tricked Earl, at the siege of Rouen in 1418 See Monucrusily (7, 6) in Jenyns' Ordinary. mental Effigies of the 3rd and 4th Earls, and
borne quarterly also by
;

THOMAS BEAUCHAMP,
4TH
IN

EARL OF WARWICK, K.G. 1406. S. MARY CHURCH, WARWICK.


After Waller.

Tiles,

Neath Abbey,

p. vii.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF

ARAfS.

>3

r
i

Richard, Erie of Beauchamp, justying at Gynes ; he cast

to the

grounde at his spere poynt

behynde the horse


Cotton

tatle,

the

Knyght

called the Chevaler


iv.

Ruge

c.

1410.

Ms.

Julius E.

British

Museum.

SOME FFA'DAL COATS OF ARMS.


Beauchamp,
K.G., brother of bore, at the siege of Calais 1345-8, gules, crusily(3, 3) and a fessor, and for mullet sable; WlU.IAM differd'itlereniv. a as i-nird \\itli a crescent sable, Surrey Roll did RICHARD, Lord Abergavenny, at the Sir Grv differenced siege of Kouen 1418 with a lalxM (3) azure and Sir THOMAS differannulet rmvd with an azure, both in Ashmolr anil another JOHN differenced with a Roll

Sir John,

Guy, 2nd Karl

bordure eni;relee

or.

Beauchamp,
Warwike
nament
12, ii,

Sir

John,
first

bore, at the

del County de Dunstable tour-

1308,
10,

gules billettee

and a

fess

or;
(F.
)

9 and sometimes 6

billets.

JOHN (J) in Dering Roll and Another to Sir JOHN of Ivssex in Parly. Roll. Sir JOHN (6 billets) differenced with a label (3)
Aseribed also to
azure
;

Harl. Roll.

Beauchamp,
xviii,

Sir

John

de, of Haehe

in

county Somerset, baron 1299, and banneret Sealed the Barons' letter to the Pope 1301, pp.
xxiv)
;

1298,

and
;

vair

borne also by Sir

of Calais

and bore, at the battle of Falkirk at the siege of Carlaverock 1300, ROGER at the siege 1345-8, ascribed to RORKKT in

Derm? (F.), and JOHN (J) in Sir MILKS, of Hucks, differenced with Roll. a label (3) gules, and Sir with Sir WILLIAM, the label or, in Parly. Roll. "frere" (probably of Sir ROGKR), knighted at
Glover Roll

HUMPHREY

the capitulation of Calais 1348, bore, vair, on an inescocheon argent, the arms of MORTIMER. For other differences see Harl. MS. (F.
)

1481

fo. 89.

Beauchamp, William de, of Eton

(H. in. Roll) bore, gules fretty argent ; Glover Roll. RAPE bore, for difference, a label (3) vert same as THOMAS FLEMING, of Westmorland
; ;

Jenyns' Ordinary.

Beauchamp,
William,
;

John,

Walter,

and
;

of Bedford (H. III. Roll) bore, quarterly or and gules a bend of the last and St. George Norfolk, Parliamentary, Rolls (F. ) in other MSS, a bend sable occurs.

Beauchamp, John de (H. in. Roll) bore, sable, an eagle argent, beaked and legged A second JOHN bore, or; Glover Roll.
H. III., undee (6) George Roll. F.
argent

and azure;

St.

Beauchamp,

Sir John, of Fyfield in Essex (E. II. Roll) bore, argent (vel or) a lyon rampant sable, crowned gules Parly. Roll.
;

Beauehamp,
;

(BESCHAMP), of Somersetshire (H. VI. Roll) bore, vert, three besants Arundel Roll.

Sir

John

Beauchamp, William,
;

of Cumberland (E. III. Roll) bore, argent on a bend gules three F. plates Jenyns' Roll.
in. (E. bore, Roll) quarterly per fess indented argent and gules F. Jenyns' Ordinary.
;

Beauntz, Henry

Beaufort, John-(R. Roll) bore (before his legitimation), per pale argent and azure on a bend gules, three lyons passant gardant or, a label three azure, on each pendant (3) fleurs-de-lys of the fourth Surrey Roll.
11.
;

Beaufoy, John and William


;

(E. in. Roll) bore, argent a chevron between three F. eaglets gules Jenyns' Ordinary.
(E.
in.

Beaulieu, William
same coat
sable
,

Roll)

boie,

as DAI. STONE, LASSKLLS, of South Cowton, &c. argent a chevron dancettee (i.e. indented) between three daws' heads erased
F. Jenyns' Roll. Beauly, John, of the South (E. in. Roll) bore, gules and argent embelif battaillee See also BEULEE. F. Jenyns' Roll.
; ;

THOMAS BEAUCHAMP,
3Ri>

EARL OF WARWICK, K.G.

1369.

IN ELSING CHURCH, NORFOLK.


the

Hastings Brass.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

'5

Beaumays, Sir
Roll) bore,

azure, three Parliamentary Roll.

de, of Hunts (E. 11. garbs banded or;

Bedford, John, Duke


.

*B3a(u)mond, Le
Rouen

Sr. bore, at the siege of 1418, azure, florettee and a lyon rampant or, quarterly with, azure, three garbs or. (F.) BEAUMONT, of Cole Orton, bears the first quarter as his coat at the present day.
(H. in. Roll)
bore, sable, six martletS3, 2, i, or, in St. George Roll (F. ) ; sable nine martlets in orle argent in

of, K.o. 1399, bore France and England quarterly, a label (5) per pale ermine and azure, the latter florettee or K 400 fo. 6.
;

*Bedingfeld, Piers degules,


;

(H. in. Roll) bore,


;

Howard Roll the an eagle ermine reverse is now borne by the baronet's family.
(E.
in.

Be(a)umond, Godfrey de
Arden
Roll.

Baeston, John
g' rdinary.

Roll) bore, vert, a


;

on rampant argent crowned gules


F.

Jenyns'

The same
I.

as

MENVILE.
;

Besston,
JBeices,

W.

(E.

or n. Roll) bore, sable,


Harl. Roll.

Be(a)umond, Sire Henry de, banneretbore, at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322, azure, florettee and a lyon rampant or, over all a baston gobony argent and gules this coat is also ascribed to LEWKS BEAMMOND in
;

crusily fitchee

and a bend or

See BONN. Beaumond, John, of Devonshire -(E. in. Roll) bore, barry of six ermine and gules in Jenyns' Ordinary (F.) another JOHN, according to Surrey Roll bore barry 6 vair and gules.
Jenyns' Ordinary.
(F.)
;
.

(LEICES or LEITES (H. III. Roll) bore, or a lyon rampant gules crowned azure, a bordurc sable besantee, Ashmole Roll the field argent, and the bordure platey in the Dering Roll.
;

Hameris

Antony tBek, at the battle


siege

Beaumont, Sir Thomas

-bore,

at

the
;

siege of Calais 1345-8, gules, entoyre of his crescents and a lyon rampant argent (F. ) son, Sir THOMAS, junior, bore them at the same time, with a label (3) or.

bore, at the of Carlaverock 1300, gules a fer-duThe Bishop's name moulin ermine. (F. ) appears among the bannerets in Parliamentary Brother of the next named. Roll. of

de, Bishop of Durham Falkirk 1298, and

Bek, John,
;

Be(a)umond, "William de
bore, gyrony (12) or

a baron 1295 (E. in. Roll) bore, gules, a cross moline argent in Jenyns' Ordithe cross recercelee in the Arden nary ( F. )
Roll.

(H. in. Roll)


;

Father of the next named.

and gules

Arden
;

Roll.

Bck, Sir

Wautde

(E.
;

I.

Roll) bore, gules,


(E.
i.

Beaupell, John(orBE.\upLE)-(E.
bore, gules, a bend cotised argent

in. Roll)

a cross recercelee argent

Guillim Roll.
Roll) bore,

Jenyns'

Ordinary.

F.

Bekeyring, Thomas de
checquy argent and gules
the capitulation
it
;

Beaupeyl, Sire Robert


)

Nativity Roll.

bore, at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322, gules, a bend vair (F.); another Sir ROBERT BKAUPI.E, of Cornwall ( E. II. bore the same between six escallops

Bekering, Sir Christpfer de,


at

knighted
(

checquy argent and

argent
vert,

Parliamentary Roll.

THOMAS, bore
azure
;

Calais 1348 bore, gules, a bend sable F. ); with the baston (or bend)
of (R.
n.

Beaupre',
a

Ralph de

(E.

in.

Jenyns' Ordinary.
Roll)

Roll)

bore,
;

lyon rampant or, a baston gules Jenyns' Ordinary. Becard (Sir) Piers (E. n. Roll) bore, or a the saltire saltire between four eaglets azure
;

Beksring, Thomas

bore,

is

gules in

some

tricks

(F.

);

Parliamentary
bore, at

checquy argent and gules, on a chevron sable three escallops of the first Surrey Roll. Another THOMAS, bore, E. in., same as a JOHN DE " LA RIVER, lozengy or and gules; blasoned masclee," in Jenyns' Ordinary. F.
;

Roll.

Beche, Sir
the
first

John de

la, of Berks.

Bekuns, Walter
Jenyns' Ordinary.

(E. in. Roll) bore, argent,


;

Dunstable tournament 1308, argent, on a bend gules three bucks' heads erased or, in the cantell a martlet sable Parliamentary
;

a bend engrailed sable, a label of three gules


F.
(

Bekynham,

Roll.

Beche, John de la, a


argent and gules on a canton of
;

baron 1342
first

bore, vaire
;

NlCHOI,bore the same, and


a martlet sable

Sir ), a Kentish Knight (H. VI. Roll) bore, argent, a chevron gules between three bucks' heads cabossed of the Arundel Roll. last, attires or
;

the F. Jenyns' Ordinary.

Belchamp, Qeffryds
argent quarterly, Howard Rolls.

and sable

(H. in. Roll) bore, Glover and


;

Beck, Sire Philip de

bore, at the (Bek) battle of Boroughbridge 1322, argent on a fess his or F. ) cabossed bucks' heads three gules son, Sir JOHAN, bore the same with a martlet sable for difference, but hinds' heads couped,
(
;

Belet,

of Norfolk (E. n. Sir Roll) bore, argent, on a chief gules three Roll. argent; Parliamentary cinquefoyles WILLIAM took up the cross in the last Crusade

Ingram,

in

Ashmole

Roll.

See also BEK.


;

1270.
.

Beckebury, Sir William-(E.


bore, azure, an eagle or

Ashmole

in. Roll) Roll.

Belett, Michael (E. in. Roll) bore, argent, a fess and in dexter chief point a greyhound
courant gules
;

Beckham, Roger

de,

see

PECKHAM.

Jenyns' Ordinary.

F.

'Mo

i6

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

THE HERALDIC ATCHIEVEMENT


(SHIELD
III.

BROUGHT
OF

IN BY BELLASYSE)

HENRY FITZALAN HOWARD,

K.G.,

15711
114.

DUKE OF NORFOLK.

SEE ALSO PAGES 60 AND

NAMES AND BLAZONS OF THE QUARTERINGS.


It is

hoped

that the letters in the second column,

facilitate reference to the

which indicate the row of quarterlies in the shield, atchievement on preceding page.

will,

with the accompanying numerals,

i8

SOME FEUDAL COATS OP ARMS.

Belhous, Sir John,


first
1

of Essex bore, at the Dunstable tournament 1308, argent, three vonceux rampant gules (F.); and Sir WILLIAM a bordure in(E. H.) bore the same, within dented sable Parliamentary Roll.
;

Benhale, Robert de

Belhuse, Sir John de; Belhuse, Roger da


on a

bore, capitulation of Calais 1348 F. saltire gules another vair.

knighted at the or, on a

(E. in. Roll) bore, or,


;

saltire gules five bezants (F. ) another bore, sable, a fret enfruct or (F. ); Jenyns' Ordinary.

bore, at the second Dunstable tournament 1334, sable, a bend six wyfres in deux wyfres argent Stowe Ordinary (F. ) Slnane; (cotised wavy) Jenyns' " For wyfres = vipers' nests see Archasologia," vol. 31, p. 247; see also CKEK, post. Benhale, Sir Robert de, a baron 1360; of Calais 1348 knighted at the capitulation bore, argent, a bend between three fizures wavy sable in another cotises undee.
; !

(cotises)

Benhalle, Robert

(E. in. Roll) bore, gules,

Belhuse, Tebaud de
or. St.

on a bend gules George Roll.

five

(H. in. Roll) bore, lozenges vair (F.);


"i.

a cross recercelee (moline in blason) argent, a baston azure (F.); Ashmole Roll and Jenyns' Ordinary; another with a bordure instead

Belkamore, John de-(E.


gules, a

of a baston.
Roll) bore,
all

bordure engrailed argent, over bend of the last (F.); Jenyns' Ordinary.

a See

"Bennes
Howard

DE HAMPTON" (H. in. Roll) bore, azure, three lyons passant gardant or
;

ROBERT DE BILLEMORE.
Bellasyse, John,
argent, Jenyns' Roll.
(E.
II.

Roll.

bore,

of Eltoftes (E. in. Roll) three chess-rooks sable (F. );


of co. Glouc. entoyre of martlets Parliamentary Roll.

Bennet, Sir John,

of Norfolk (E. n. Roll) bore, argent, a chevron gules, a bordure sable bezantee; Parl. Roll, Harl. MS. 6137.
(E.
in.

Bellenden, Sir John de,


Roll) bore, azure,
(3, 3, 2, i)

Benet, Sir Richard


gules,

Roll) bore,

a lyon rampant ermine, a bordure en;

argent
sable,

grailed of the last

Ashmole

Roll.

Bellers,
gules

James

(R. n. Roll) bore, per pale

Benstede,
three bars argent

(H. vi.
;

and

lyon

rampant argent

Roll) bore, Arundel Roll.

gules,

Surrey Roll.

*Bellewe, John

(E. in. Roll) bore, sable, F. fretty or; Jenyns' Roll. (E. in. Roll) bore, or, on a Belliston, chevron gules, three crosses recercelee argent
;

Ashmole

Roll.

[Bellomont, Robert,
"Fitz Pernell" SEAL,
a.

Earl

a Justice Common Pleas 1309-20 bore, at the battle of Falkirk cross a pierced and patee and .] 1298 [. botonne argent. F. Benstede, Sir William, of Essex (E. n. Roll) bore, azure, a fess between two chevronels or Parliamentary Roll. F.

Benstede, Sir John de,


.
.

of Leicester

cinquefoyle ermine.] of Norfolk (E. n. Roll) ), Belsede, Sir ( lx>re, argent, four bars sable, a canton of the Harl. MS. 6137. first Parly. Roll.
;

JBerbling, "Walter
(E. HI.

or

"William de
(E. in.
;

sable
or, K.

Roll) bore, argent, three fleurs-de-lys Dering Roll.


flory gules

Berbroune, Thomas
a cross patee

Beltoft, Les Armesde


;

Roll) bore, Jenyns' Ordinary.

(E. in. Roll) bore,

Ashmole Roll. or, fretty and a chief azure Beltoft, Sir Roger de, of co. Line. (E. n. Roll) bore, argent, fretty and a chief azure
Parliamentary Roll.

Berdone, Walter de

ROBERT

bore
F.

it,

fretty

engrailed, in Jenyns' Ordinary.

(E. in. Roll) bore, argent, an eagle azure beak and claws gules F. Jenyns' Ordinary. Bere, see DE LA BERE.

Beltoft,

de (E. in. Roll) bore, argent, three chevronels interlaced azure, a of the last chief blasoned, argent a frette and a chief azure Jenyns' Ordinary. F.

Symon
;
;

Bereford, Robert de
Dunstable tournament
engrelee argent.
F.

1334,

bore, at the second sable, a bend


of. co.

Bereford, Sir Symon,


;

Warwick

"[Bendish,
a chevron

alias

Westley, Ralph,
Shirley.]
F.

of Bar-

rington, co.

sable

Cambridge, E. I. bore, argent, between three rams' heads

erased azure.

(E. n. Roll) tore, argent, three fleurs-de-lys sable Parliamentary Roll. These arms are ascribed to Sir HENRY DE BERFELD, in the Boroughbridge Roll. See DE BOREFELD.

Beneville,

(E. in. Roll) bore, or, on a Ijend sable three mullets pierced argent See BONE VILE. F. Jenyns' Ordinary.
;

John
Sire

Bereford, Sir
grailed gules

bore, at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322, argent crusily potent and three fleurs-de-lys sable, a bordure en;

Symon

crusily fitchee in

Ashmole

Roll.

Bengham,

bore, at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322 party, gules and vert, a lyon (rampant) argent. This coat is wrongly ascribed to Sir JOHN DE Hoi. AND
in

Thomas de

Bereford, Sir "William,

of

Northants

(E. n. Roll) bore, argent, crusily and three fleurs-de-lys sable; Parly. Roll. and JOHN bore crusily fitchee (F. ); Surrey

BAWDWIX

Bodley's Copy.

Roll

and Jenyns' Ordinary.

NAMES AND BLAZONS OF BELLASYSE QUARTERINGS --eluded from t


NAMES
SHIELD REFERENCES

n-

BLAZONS

REFERENCES TO THE VARIOUS MSS.

LOVEDAY
BARTON
.

64
SS g6 S7 g8
rr

INGI.EFIELD

CLARKE

FlTZLOWE

per pale argent and sable an eagle displayed counter-changed crowned or ermine on a canton gules an owl or argent, three bars gules, on a chief or a lyon passant sable argent, a chevron sable between three Cornish choughs proper argent, three wolves' heads erased gules, a bordure azure billettee or
. .

GERNON

LEE, or LEIGH

GAWSFORD,

or TROLLOPF..

h 2

HANMER. RICE AP THEODOR

h3
.

h 4

vaire argent and gules azure, two bars argent a bend counter-compony or and gules vert, three stags saliant argent argent, two lyons passant guardant azure, a mullet sable gules, a lyon rampant or, a bordure engrailed of the last

........
.....
. . . . . .

\H. 2113,

f.

84

OWEN KEVKLIOK
SIR ROGER

YONAS,

EDWYN AP

POWES or JONAS
/O.VAS

h5 h6 h7 hS
h 9

or,

vert,

a lyon' s gamb in bend erased gules two boars passant or

II.
II.

1241,
1396,

f.

130
159"

f-

OWEN AP EDWYN

azure, three boars passant in pale argent argent, a cross engrailedftorettce at the points, between four mullets sable gules, three legs conjoined at the thigh argent

Berfield

v.

BORFIF.I.D.
in.

Berkeley, Maurice de
Dunstable

Berhalgh, Richard
;

Roll) bore, -(E. argent, three bears passant sable muzzled or Jenyns' Ordinary. (F.)

bore, in the second tournament 1334, gules, crusily argent and a chevron ermine (F.); in Surrey Roll (R. n.), crusily patonce. THOMAS bore the chevron argent in Segar Roll &c. F.

Beringer, Sir Ingrain,


Parliamentary Roll

of Hants.

(E. n.
;

Roll) bore, or, a cross vert

and a bend gules and Jenyns' Ordinary.


(E.

Berkeley, Sir
Glouc.,

Maurice,

of

Uley,

co.

a baron 1308 bore, gules, crusily formed argent, achevron ermine; Atkinson Roll.

Beringham v. Bermingham.
*[Berington,
sable,

Thomas ds

Berkeley, Sir Maurice OF


ni.)bore,

O.\i'-(H.

vi.

three greyhounds courant in pale argent, collared gules, within a bordure of the F. last. Shirley.]

Roll) bore, gules, crusily formed and a chevron argent, all within a bordure of the last
;

Atkinson Roll.

de {Berkeley, Morris and a Thomas chevron


(H.
III.

Berkley, Sir John

Arden

Roll) bore, gules, and St. George Rolls.

argent;

bore, at the siege of Calais 1345-8, gules, a chevron between ten ascribed to another argent ); cinquefoyles (F. JOHN in Surrey Roll, the cinquefovles pierced.

Berkele, Sir

-bore, at the battle " of Boroughbridge 1322, gules queynte de lamermounde" for a similar crux, see Sir JOHN

Thomas
:

Berkeley, Sir

Thomas

bore, at the
;

first

DE CROMWELL

Queynty d'argent fretty de

ses

Dunstable tournament 1308, gules, a chevron between ten roses, 6, 4, argent he served at
the battle of Falkirk 1298. In the Parly. Roll as Sir THOMAS, banneret of co. Glouc. (E. n.) he bore, the chevron between 6 roses. Brother of Sir MAURICE 1308 and of Sir JOHN.

armes d'ermyne.

See facsimile, page xxvi. Parliamentary Writs (Vol. 23), 1830, ii. app. The shields for these coats are left blank 196. their Heraldic in Bodley's Copy of the Roll interpretation was evidently beyond Brooke, York Herald of that day.
:

Berkeley, Giles de-(H.

*Berkeley, Sir Thomas, baron

1295

Sealed

the Barons' letter to the Pope 1301, pp. xviii, xxiv, and bore, at the battle of B'alkirk 1298, a chevron argent, gules, crusily patee and or Nobility Rolls and so borne by Sir MORRIS THOMAS at the siege of Calais 1345-8, and in Surrey and other Rolls. See Monumental Baron THOMAS was father of Sir Effigy. MAURICE and Sir JOHN, in the next par., and
;

in. Roll) bore, quarterly or and azure, a bendlet gules in Arden Roll (purpure in St. George); quarterly per fess indented in Harl. MS. 6137 fo. 79. F.

Berkrolls, Sir

Roger and Sir William de, of co. Glouc. (E. in. Roll) bore, azure, a chevron between three crescents or Ashmole See also Tiles, Neath and Parly. Rolls. Abbey, p. ix.
;

of Sir

THOMAS

Barley,

John

(E.

in.

Roll)

bore,

gules,

1308.

Berkeley, Sir
baron 1308

Maurice

de, banneret,

three mullets pierced or, F. Jenyns' Ordinary.

a quarter ermine;

and

bore, at the battle of Falkirk 1298, at the siege of Carlaverock 1300, gules,

Berlingham, Sir Richard


bore,
gules,
;

a blue crusily patee and a chevron argent (with label of 3 because his father Thomas was then bore it Lord BERKELEY alive) Parly. Roll. also at the siege of Rouen r.ji8 F. ). The shield of Sir MORYS, H. vi., has nine crosses patfe, in the Arundel Roll; and that of Sir JOHN
;

three

(E. n. Roll) bears unmuzzled passant

argent

Parliamentary Roll.

Barmingham,
HAME)
ment

Sir

Richard de

(BF.RING-

bore, at the first Dunstable tournaF. 1308, gules, three owls or.

(brother of three (or) also at the differenced

1308), of co. Glouc., he served Parly. Roll battle of Falkirk. JAMES (R. n.) with a crescent azure Surrey Roll.

Sir
in

MAURICK

Bermingham,
de-(R.
F.
II.

Sir
;

Poulke and John


pale

the

argent and

Roll) bore, per sable Surrey and

Ashmole

dancett<?e Rolls.

THOMAS DE BERKELEY,
1243.

jUk.

p.3fe*y

^rfyrmJ^i

IN THE WALL OF THE SOUTH AISLE OF THE CHOIR OF BRISTOL CATHEDRAL.

From

Goitffh.

SOME

1-

ECDAL COATS OF ARMS.

c-r*

Irfn&fy

Bermingham,
first

Sir

Thomas

Dunstable tournament

1308,

bore, at the azure, a

Bertrant, Walter
;

bend engrelee or. (F.) Sir WILLIAM, banneret it at the battle of (a baron 1326) also bore Boroughbridge 1322; the bend tricked as fusily in the Arden, Guillim and St. George Rolls tricked as a bor(F. ); and, perhaps wrongly, durein the Arundel Roll, fo. io2 b SirTHOMAS, of co. Worcester, bore it with a label of three
.

(H. in. Roll) bore, per azure a rowell pale or and gules, on a canton Roll. See BERTOUT. argent Norfolk de, slain at the siege of Bertto, Calais 1347 bore, argent, on a chief gules a dexter and sinister hand appaume pileways of

Hamont
F.

the

field.

Berwicke,
;

gules for difference

Parliamentary Roll.

Bermingham,
HAM)
ment
fit
bore,
at

Sir
the

Walter de
first

(BERYNG-

Dunstable tourna-

of (E. iv. Roll) bore, sable muzzled argent, three bears' heads couped One of these Ballard Roll. or with crests names took up the cross in the last Crusade
;

Hugh

B*T?*n<lnarn

sable,

1308, argent on a bend gules cotised two escallops or (F.). Jenyns' Roll places three escallops on the bend, and the Parliamentary Roll in addition gives or, as the
field.

1270.

Beschamp, Sir John


;

(or

BEAUCHAMP),
bore, vert

of Somersetshire (H. VI. Roll) Arundel Roll. three bezants

F.
(

Besille,
),

*Bernay
ermine
;

a Suffolk

Kt

(H. vi. Roll)

bore, per pale gules

and azure a cross engrailed


(H. in. Roll)

Arundel Roll.

Berners, John and Raufde


bore, quarterly or

de-(H. in. Roll) bore, argent Arden and St. George three torteaux (F. ) Rolls. [JOHN, the nephew, bore the same within Sir a bordure azure (F.) Jenyns' Roll.] THOMAS, E. in., bore a mullet of five or on the first torteaux Ashmole Roll.
;
; ;

John

and vert (F. ); Arden, St. George, and Howard Rolls. Another JOHN bore the same with a label gules Glover and Norfolk Rolls.
;

Beslingthorpe, Sir Richard,


;

of co. Line.

a (E. II. Roll) bore, argent, a chevron gules chief indented sable Parliamentary Roll.
;

Beroun, see also BYRON. Beroun, Sire John de


Beron, Nicholas,

bore, at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322, argent, three bendlets gules and Sir JAMES also, in Parly. Roll.

of Cumberland- (E. II. Roll) bore, lozengy argent and sable See BOSON. Parly. Roll. de, of Salop bore, argent, *[Betton, two palets sable, each charged with three

Besonn, Sir Thomas de,

Walter

crosses crosslet fitchee or.

of Claiton (E. iv. bore, argent, three bendlets enhanced and quarterly with, argent on a bend three annulets or, a cross crosslet fitchee

Shirley.]

F.

Roll) gules

Betune,

azure
of the

second, with crest

Ballard Roll.
of

de, lord of the manor of Skipton in Craven, brother of the Count of Albemarle and He of and Count Flanders who married Hawisia, Countess D'Albemarle E. in. Roll, bore, bendy (6) argent and

Baudewyn

Beronden, Sir "Walter de,


landIE.
sable
;

Northumberthree roses

gules

(sic)

a chief or (F.)

Jenyns' Ordinary.

Roll) Parly. Roll.

II.

bore,

argent

{Betune, John de -(H.


on a
Roll.

in. Roll) bore, azure,


;

chief argent a lyon passant gules

Bering

Beronden, Sir Gilbert de, of Northumberland


(E.
II.

Roll)

bore,
;

argent three roses sable

gules on a bend Parliamentary Roll.


or,

Betune, Robert de
lyon rampant sable (F.
argent, a fess gules
Roll.
)

(E.
;

i.

Camden
(E.
i.

Roll) bore, or, a Roll. Roll)

Bertout,
palets gules,

(H. in. Roll) bore,


;

three

of the field

Howard

on a canton sable a lyon rampant Roll. See BERTRANT.

Betune, William de
and

bore,

in dexter chief point


(F. );

lyon passant regardant sable

Camden

Bertram, Sir Roger, feudal


(E.
II.

baron ofBothal " escocheon voided (an orle) azure Parliamentary Roll (F. ). Sir JOHN bore the same, H. vi., quarterlywith, argent, a fess between three crescents gules; Atkinson Roll. See also BARTRAM.
Roll) bore, or,
;

"a

false

Beulee, Richard de
quarterly argent

(R.

n.

Roll) bore,

and gules a rose counter


Surrey
Roll.

changed seeded or;

See also
at

BEAULY.

Bevercote, Sir John de


battle of

bore,

the

Bertram, Roger
crusily

and an

orle or

(H. in. Roll) bore, gules, Glover Roll. See also


;

Boroughbridge 1322, argent a cross F. patee (patonce) azure, a label (3) gules.

BARTKAM.

Bertram, Robert
a fess or
;

Beynham, Edmund de
(H. in. Roll) bore, gules
in. Roll) bore, or, a

sable

three

Howard

Roll.

Surrey Roll.

(R. n. Roll) bore, mullets, two and one argent See also REYNHAM.
;

Bertram, Robert-(H.

Bey ton,
BRITTON)
lops
3,

Sir

William
;

'de

(BOYTON

or

lyon rampant vert (F.); St. George crowned azure in Howard Roll.

Roll;

(E. n. Roll) bore, azure, six escal2, I, or Parliamentary Roll.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS

fnMtsti

$*S&fi***<
Biblesworth, Sir
de, of Herts. (E. in. Roll) bore, azure, three eaglets or; (F.)

Hugh

Bingham, John
Roll)

bore,

or,
;

St. George and Parliamentary Rolls. SirJOHN bore six eaglets, 3, 2, i, or; Ashmole Roll; both are also ascribed to WALTER. Another WALTER took up the cross in the last Crusade

bougets argent Ordinary.

and Richard (E. in. on a fess gules, three water(F.) Surrey Roll and Jenyns'

Bingham, Sir Richard- (E.


;

1270.

in. Roll) bore, or two bars gules, charged with three waterRoll. Ashmole and i 2 argent bougets

Bicklond, John, see BUCKLAND. tBicknore, John de (H. in. Roll)


argent a chief azure Howard Roll. Bicknore, Sir John de, of Kent
;

Birland, "William-(R. "


bore,

Roll > bore, gules,


;

a chevron between three bears' heads couped Surrey Roll. argent, muzzled of the field
(E. in. Roll) bore, Jenyns' argent a fess double cotised sable
;

(E. in.

three Roll) bore, argent, on a chief azure lyonceux rampant of the first (crowned or, Dering Roll) Parly. Roll. Sir THOMAS bore Ashmole and the coat with a baston gules
;
;

Bishopbury, Henry
Roll. F.

Bishopdonne, Johnde
or,

(E. in. Roll) bore,

Parliamentary Rolls.

four

bendlets azure,
F.

a quarter ermine
(H.
;

*[Biddulph (Thomas
(H. ill.) bore, vert, another coat argent,
sable.

de), of Staffordshire an eagle displayed argent


;

Jenyns' Ordinary.

three soldering

irons

Bishopsdonne, "William
bore,
(
;

in.

Roll)

Shirley.]

F.

Bigod, Roger
and
of
St.

le, (4th) Earl of Norfolk (H. in. Roll) bore, or, a cross gules; Glover

F. Arden and bendy 10) or and sable and the same with a canton St. George Rolls ermine was borne by Sir JOHN BISHOPSTONE, of Warwickshire, in Ashmole Roll bendy of
( )
;

George

Rolls.

8 in

Parliamentary Roll.
of co. Worcester
(3, 3, 2, i)
:

Bigod, Roger,

Earl of Norfolk, Earl Marshal at the battle of Falkirk a lyon rampant 1298, per pale or and vert letter to the gules, and so sealed the Barons' Pope 1301, pp. xv, xxiv. (F.) RAUF bore it Roll. oppressed by a baston argent Arden

Bissett, Sir John,

(R.

II.

England -bore,

Roll) bore, azure bezanty mentary Roll.

Parlia-

Bittone,
ermine a
Slab.

Sir

John
;

fess gules

(R. n. Parly. Roll.

Roll)

bore,

See Incised

Bigod, Hugh
passant or
;

(H. in. Roll) bore, gules a lyon Norfolk and Glover Rolls. (H. in.

Blaen, Sir Raffe


(R. II. argent
;

Bigod, RaufF,

of Settrington, Yorks five escallops Roll) bore, or, on a cross gules Ascribed also to Glover Roll, &c. argent. JOHN (F.) in the St. George Roll, and to Sir RAFFE, of Norfolk, in the Parly. Roll.
vi. Roll) bore, argent,
first

(or BLOAN) of Cornwall Roll) bore, sable, a saltire engrailed

Parliamentary Roll.

See BLOYON.

Blakeburne, John de
Blaked, Sir John,
bore, gules, a chevron vair

(H. in. Roll) bore,

Roll. F. paly (6) argent and azure; St. George of Bucks-(R. n. Roll)
;

Bigod, John (BYGOOD),


(H.
crescents of the
(?or)
;

of Essex, Knight on a chief gules two

Parly. Roll.

Arundel

Roll.

Blakenham, Benet de
DE BLAKELIG
(R. or
ill.

Billemore, Robert de
DE BELKAMORE.

bore, at the second


)

Dunstable tournament 1334, argent a bend See JOHN or. (F. gules a bordure engrele
(R. n. Roll) bore, gules, three fish naiant (in pale) or, a bordure engrailed

barry (6), sable and or, bars or. (F.) St. George Roll
in

(H. in. Roll) bore, another sable, two


;

called

BEGES

Arden

Roll.

Blakenham, Sir Thomas,


;

of

Suffolk

Billynge, Nicol
argent
;

Roll) bore, azure, crusily Parly. Roll.

and two bars

Surrey Roll.
of Norfolk
bore,
;

Blanchminster,

Bilney, Sir Roger de,


Jenyns' Ordinary.

Sir Renaud, Richard and "William (H. in.


bore, argent, fretty gules
;

Sir
Roll)

at the first Dunstable tournament 1308, argent an eagle vert, borne also by WILLIAM (F.)

Glover and Nativity

See also BALNYE.

SIR

JOHN DE BITTON,
12

Rolls.

F.

Blande, John

(E. in. Roll) bore, gules,


3, 2,

two
i
;

Binchestre, Robert de

(E. in. Roll) bore, tricked, gules a gules, a chief battayle argent, fess crenellee argent ; (F.) Jenyns' Roll.

HEN.

in.,

1227.

bars and 8 martlets in orle or, F. Jenyns' Ordinary.

2,

*[Bingham; Robert de,


Somerset (H. in.) between six crosses patee

of

Melcombc,
F.

IN BITTON CHURCH, SOMERSETSHIRE.


After Boutell.

Blare,

Adam de
St.

(H. in. Roll) bore, sable,

crusily argent

bore, azure, a bend coined


or.

Arden and

and six crescents, 3, 2, i, or; George Rolls (which latter gives


(F.
)

Shirley.]

another coat, crusily fitchee);

Howard

Bingham,

Sire Thos. de,

see

BENOHAM.

Roll gives three (not six) crescents.

22

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF

AKAfS.

II
JS

2
=
II

1.5-d

o
<

E
^

&

u-fe

^^

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

3 S'o
J3.5

~^~

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF AKMS.

Blaunfroun, Sire Thomas


battle of

-bore, at the

Blount, Sir Hugh le.of Essex, and Thomas


(
; ;

Boroughbridge 1322, ermine, on an inescocheon, the arms of MOHTI.MI.K or, and


inescocheon
argent.

azure, the MoKTiMKR S,v also TURl'INTON or

and gules (K. n. Roll) bore, quarterly argent on a bend sable three eaglets displayed or F. ) THOMAS Rolls and another and Parly. Surrey
In IIT

TRUMPINGTON.
in. Roll) bore, F. Jenyns' Roll.

crosses crosslet
;

fitchfe F.

in the place

of

Blencowe, John de-(E.


gules, a quarter argent
;

eaglets

Jenyns' Roll.
first

Blount, Sir Thomas,


bore, at the

Blenkinsopp,
Ped'igree.

-(E. in. Roll) bore, (!'.) argent a fess between three garbs sable also incised slab in Jenyns' Ordinary. See
;

Thomas

Blenkinsopp,
Ordinary.

of Helbeck (E. in. Roll) bore, gules, six annulets 3, 2, "i, a bordure engrailed argent. Jenyns' or,

Thomas,

at the capitulation of Calais 1348, and liv Sir WILLIAM; Ashmole Roll. This coat was adopted by the family of NICHOLAS Lie BLOUXT who assumed the name of CROKE.

of Warwickshire Dunstable tournament 1308, gules,, a fess between six martlets argent (F.). Borne also by Sir THOMAS, who was knighted

Blount,
a
fess

Thomas
(R.
;

(K. in. Roll) bore, gules,

six spur-rowells 3 F. Jenyns' Ordinary.

between

and 3 argent

Bleverhassett,

John de-(E.

in.

Roll)
;

Blount, John

n.

Roll) bore,

azure, a

bore, gules, three dolphins F. Jenyns' Roll.

embowed

argent

saltire engrailed or

Surrey Roll.

Blount, Thomas
ermine
;

Blewett,
*[Blois,

see

BLUET.
of Norton, Suffolk (10 E.

(E. in. Roll) bore, azure, three leopards' faces jessant-de-lys or, a bendlet

Jenyns' Roll

F.

Thomas,

IV. ) bore, gules, a bend vair Shirley. ] F. fleurs-de-lys or.

between two

Blount,William(E. in. Roll) bore, checquy


Jenyns' O. F. bore, at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322, argent, a chevron azure, between three gryphons segreant gules. F. de (E. i. Roll) bore, Bloy, Sir gules, two (3) mullets or, a canton ermine
;

argent and gules, a baston sable

Bloy, Sire

Adam de

Blonde
saltire

v.

Blande.
-(H.
F.
III.

Blothow,
gules
Roll.

Roll) bore,

between

four

argent, a torteaux St.


;

Run'ard

George

Nativity Roll.

Blotherd

*Blount, Sir William

le, of Warwickshire bore, at the first Dunstable tournament 1308, undee (6) or and sable (F.) borne by another WILLIAM at the second Dunstable tournament 1334, by a Sir WILLIAM at the battle of
;

Boroughbridge 1322, and by Sir WILLIAM,


knighted at the capitulation of Calais 1348. also by THOMAS, a baron, i E. HI. Parly.
;

Roll

and by JOHN, K.G.


another

arms of " Mons.


second

1418

JOHN bore

at the siege of Rouen it, with a label of the THOMAS BLOUNT," at the
,

Dunstable

tournament

1334.

(F.)
;

WALTER BLOUNT bore, undee (8) or and sable


Surrey Roll.
took up the cross in the last Crusade 1270.

The modern form of undee, is barry nebulee. One WILLIAM LE BLOUNT

^^^

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

Bloyon, John
Ordinary.
F.

(E. in. Roll) bore, argent, a saltire engrailed sable Jenyns'


;

or

Robert

*lBodenham,
in

de, lord of Bodenham Herefordshire bore, azure, a fess between F. three chess-rooks or. Shirley.]

Hugh

See Bl.AEN.
(H. in. Roll) a chief or Arden
;

Bloys, the Castellan of


bore, gules, three palets vair, F. Roll.

in. Roll) bore, J Bodiham, "William de (H. gules, an inescocheon argent, and eight besants
in orle
;

Bering Roll.

F.

ROBKRT

took up

the cross in the last Crusade 1270.


bore, at the
or,
first

Bluet, Sir John,

of Hants

Bodiham, "William de

Dunstable tournament 1308, headed eagle gules. K.

double-

Bluet, Sir "Walter, of co.


;

(E. n. Roll) bore, or, a chevron between three eaglets vert Parliamentary Roll.
ill.

Gloucester

(H. in. Roll) bore, argent, a bend indented per bend indented or and azure, within a bordure gules Howard Roll. F.
;

Bodrugan
wall

Botringham. Bodrugan, Sir Henry, and Otes, of Cornv.

Bluet, William -(H.


wings conjoined

Roll) bore, or,


F.

two

in fess gules.

Blunde,
;

in. (H. Roll) bore, mascule'e or and sable Grimaldi and Glover Howard Roll and Jenyns' Rolls lozengy in Ordinary. F.
;

"William

(K. II. Roll) bore, argent, three liendlets F. Parly. Roll and Jenyns' Ordinary. le (H. in. Roll) bore, azure, Boer, Howard Roll. three boars' heads or

gules

Robert

Bohun, Humphrey

de, Earl of Hereford, Constable of England, sealed the Barons' letter

Blundell, Robert
billette'e or,

(H. in. Roll) bore, azure, on a canton of the second a raven


St.

ppr.

Arden and

George

Rolls.

F.

He bore, at the to the Pope 1301, pp. xvi, xxiv. battle of Falkirk 1298 (with a label gules), at the siege of Carlaverock 1300, and at the first Bunstable tournament 1308, as did his father

Blondeville, Randolf, y^Hugh Kevelioke, Earl of


;

of Chester, Chester (whom see) 1180-1231, bore on his seal, a lyon or a wolf saliant Journal Krit. Arch. Ass. vol. v. p. 235, but the Rolls (temp. H. in. assign him, azure, three garbs or banded gules; St. George Roll. F.
)

Karl

HUMFKEY also at Falkirk, azure a bend argent cotisedor, between sixlyonceux rampant of the last F. ) [the bend is often Masoned Hereford cotised (i.e. argent cotised or), and for HKNRY, Sir HUMPHREY of Herefordgules cotised or"]. shire, bore the bend ermine cotised argent
(
;

Parliamentary Roll.

Blyg'feld.Thomas
Booking, John de
crusily (12)

on a bend sable three plates

(R.n.Roll)bore,argent, Surrey Roll.


;

Bohun, Sire
battle

Edmund
i.e.
,

de
or.

of

(E. in. Roll)bore, argent,


;

without the cotises

Boroughbridge "

bore, "

at

the

1322, azure, a

Hereford

bend argent

and a bend undee gules


F.

Jenyns'

between six lyonceux rampant

Ordinary.
azure,

Bohun, Edward de

JBocton, Stephen de
;

(H. in.
(4) or,

on a chief dancettde F. teaux Bering Roll.

Roll) bore, three tor-

bore, at the second Bunstable tournament 1334, the arms of tinEar! of Hereford with, un enisele (an inescocheon) of the arms of England. WILLIAM tournament at that DE BOHUN bore, 1334) the arms of Hereford (with threemul lets gules pierced vert on the bend); and so also did WILLIAM, Earl of Northampton, K.G. at the siege of Calais 1345-8, with three mullets
,

(6) unpierced.

BOHUN, WIFE OF SIR PETER ARDERNE,


vi.

CHIEF JUSTICE TEMP. H.

AND

E.

iv.,

AND JUSTICE OF THE


ED.
iv.

KING'S BENCH.

IN LATTON CHURCH, ESSEX,

14655

After Drummond.

26

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS

\S
Jrfc*

JStnfn.

$*V3<~
Bohun, Sir Gilbert
;

de, of

co.

Hereford-

Bonevile, Sir William, of Sponton,


(H.
(]ii>irtcrlv

Yorks.
;

shire -(E. n. Roll) bore, azure on a bend cotised argent between six lyonceux rampant or, three escallops gules Parly, and St. George Rolls. JOHN bore the same" without the escailops St George Roll.
;

VI. Roll) bore, sable six mullets argent,

Bohun, Sir Edmond de,


(E.

of Herefordshire

Roll) bore, azure, a bend per bend indented argent and gules plain cotised of the second, between six lyonceux rampant or
;

lyonceux gold gules, Atkinson Roll. WILLIAM, Lord BONVII.K, coat, with the mullets K.I;., bore the first K. 402 fo. 46. pierced gules Bonner, Sir Robert de, of Essex (E. n. Roll) bore, ermine, a chief indented sable
;
;

with

three

Parliamentary Roll.

Parly. Roll.

Booth, Sir John Booth, Sir

(Bourm-.), of
;

Barton

JBohun, John de

Roll) bore, or, a cross azure ( F. ), Dering Roll; another JOHN, of Midhurst, a baron 1363, bore the same, Segar and Ashmole Rolls ascribed also to
(E.
i.
;

(E. IV. Roll) bore, argent, three boars' heads erect and erased sable with crest Ballard Roll,
;

William,
v.

ROBERT

in

Surrey Roll.

capitulation of Calais 1348 and gules, a bendlet sable.

knighted at the bore, vaire argent F.

Bohun, Poulke and Franke, see Boux. Bokkesworthe, Sir William de (or
BOI.KWOKTIIK) bore, at the first Dunstable tournament 1308, or, a lyon rampant purpure
collared or.
F.

Bordeux, Peter de,


(E.
II.

Burdeux.

of co. Cambs. Roll) bore, ermine, on a chief gules a or lyon passant gardant Parly. Roll. Bordon, see BCRDON.

Bordelys, Sir Geoffrey de,


;

Bolde, Sir Henry,


1

of Bold, Lancashire, Kt. 1 1. vi. Roll) bore, argent, agryphon segreant sable beaked and legged gules, quarterly with sable five fusils conjoined in fess argent, a label of three gules Arundel and Ballard Rolls.
;

Bordonn, Sir Walter


mole
Roll.

(E. in. Roll) bore,


;

argent three cinquefoyles pierced sable

Ash-

See also

BuROWDON.
pellets 2

Borefield,

John

(E. in. Roll) bore, argent,

a chevron gules between three


Jenyns' Ordinary.
F.

and

Bolebec,

(H. in. Roll) bore, vert, a lyon rampant ermine, Glover Roll Sir HUGH, the feudal lord, bore (E. in.), vert, a lyon rampant argent Jenyns' Ordinary. F.
; ;

Hugh

Borfeld, Sire

Henry de

(or

BERFIEI.D)

Bolesby, William de-(R.


sable, a saltire or
;

n. Roll) bore,

bore, at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322, or, a chevron sable between three pellets (F. ); in Ashmole Roll, or, three fleurs-de-lys sable.

Surrey Roll.

Borgate, Sir Peers de,


Roll) bore, paly (6) argent mentary Roll.

of Suffolk

Bolmer,
Bolron,
Bolron,

see BL-LMER.

and sable
of

(K. 11. Parliavi.

(E. iv. Roll) bore, argent, a bend sable between five lozenges in chief and three picks in bast sable with crest Ballard Roll F.
; ;

Borges, Sir Thomas,


;

Kent

(H.

Thomas
F.

(E.

on a chief argent a fer-de-moulin of the


Jenyns' Roll.

HI. Roll) bore, sable,


first
;

Roll) bore, argent, a fess counter-compony or and gules in chief three crosses crosslet of the last Arundel Roll.

Bqrhont, Sir John,


of

Boltesham, Sir Thomas,


;

Rutland

(E. n. Roll) bore, gules, three besons or birdbolts erect argent Parliamentary Roll.

si\

of Hants bore, at the 1345-8, argent a fess between martlets gules; (F. ). Sir RICHARD, of Wilts. bore the same, E. II. Parly. Roll.
siege of Calais
, ;

Bolton, John de-(E.


a bend

Roll) bore, argent, on sable three eaglets, or Segar Roll. F.


I.
;

Bolton, Robert de-(E.


;

in. Roll) bore, argent, on a chevron gules three lyons passant gardant or Borne also Jenyns' Ordinary.
'

1418 bore, gules, a bough erect and eradicated argent. Shirley.] F. Kt. Borowell, ) (H. vi. Roll) bore, paly (6) argent and azure a bend gules Arundel Roll. See BROWELL or BURWKI.L.
( ;

[Borowe, Robert de,

by

THOMAS HKSI.ARTOX.

Bond, John de-(H.


billettee or, and three St. George Roll. F.
*
;

in.

Roll) bore, gules,


;

*r
;

lyons rampant argent

Borways v. Burghersh. Boscawen, John de (K.


ermine, a rose gules vert, a bull-dog argent
;

in.)
F.

bore,
anciently,

and more
!

Bond, Robert, of Beauchamp Haehe, Somerset

Shirley.]

(9
]

H. vi.)
F.

bore,

sable,

fess

or.

Boseo, Sir
Roll.

Shirley.

(1297) bore, sable, crusily and three leopards' faces or Nobility


;

John de

Bonetby, Niool de-(H.


azure three estoiles argent
;

in.

Roll) bore,
F.

Glover Roll.

jBonett,

Hamon
;

Boson, Sir John and Sir Piers, of

Norfolk

checquy or and gules on


rowells argent

de-(H.

See KOWETT.
f

Howard and Dering

in. Roll) bore, a chief azure two spurRolls.

IK. in. Roll) bore, argent, three besons (or bird-bolts) erect gules; Ashmole, Parliamentary, and Surrey Rolls.

Bonevile, Sire Nichol


Boroughbridge 1322, or, three mufleta (6) argent F.

Boson, Raf
bore, at the battle
bird-bolts,

(H. in. Roll) bore, argent, three

on a bend sable See BFXKVII.E

one in pale erect between two pileways gules headed sable; Arden and St. Rolls. F. George

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

;/&
Bossard, Sire

Boroughbridge 1322, argent, two bars


in chief three mullets (6) all sable. F.

Hugo

bore, at tho battle of

and

within

a bordure,

bore, gules, four mascles in fess quarterlyargent andsable, between threecrossesrlory or, H.658g (F. ); between six crosses crosslet or, in H. 1068.

Bosville,

Roger

(E.
;

III.

four fusils in fess gules

Roll) bore, argent, Jenyns' Ordinary: F.

Botiller

K ST. LYS; le

(E.
;

i.

quarterly argent

and gules

Holland

Roll) bore, Roll.

Bosvile, Thomas,
Bosville,

of Dayvile, in Yorks(E. in. Roll) bore, argent, five fusils conjoined in fess gules, a crescent sable Jenyns' Roll. F.
;

Botelsham
Boter,
(8),

;.

Boltesham.

(E. Roll) bore, argent, five fusils in fess gules, in chief three leaves (feuilles in Cotgrave and temoyles in Jenyns' Ordinary) slipped sable (F.) crosslets in Cotton MS. & Harl. 6589 foyles or fermailes in Harl. 1068 and 1577.
;
;

Thomas

in.

(E. in. Roll) bore, gyrony ermine and gules; Jenyns' Ordinary. F. Boterels, Sir William de, banneret (E. II. Roll) bore, checquy or and gules a chevron azure; Parliamentary Roll. Sir RKYNAUD, of Cornwall, bore, three horse-shoes argent on the chevron Parliamentary Roll.
;

Thomas

Bosvill,
sable
;

U) bore, argent, five fusils in fess gules, in chief three martlets


(
-

John

Boterels.Thomas
;

Surrey Roll.
of

H 1 1 1. Roll ), bore, gules, bezantee, on a canton argent a cinquefoyle pierced sable Arden and St. George Rolls. F.
.

Boteler, Allayne,
bore, azure,

Berdon

(E. in. Roll)


;

Botetourt,

Bartholomew de
;

and Sir

Ordinary.

three covered cups or See also incised slab. F.

Guy,

Jenyns'
at the

Boteler,
siege of
3,

Andrew

(BUTLKK)

bore,

Rouen 1418, argent six covered cups, 2, I, sable, quarterly -with, gules a cross moline argent within a bordure engrailed or;

of Norfolk (H. in. Roll) bore, ermine, Arden and Parly. a saltire engrailed gules Sir WILLIAM, of Norfolk, bore a Rolls. mullet or, for difference at the first Dunstable tournament 1308 (F. ); and Sir RALF, also of Norfolk, E. II., bore, a label (3) vert, for
difference in Parly. Roll.

F. Harl. 6137, reverses the quarterings. Boteler .William de baron, of Warrington, WILLIAM, of Wem, and Sir THOMAS, of Beausay (.. II. Roll) bore, azure a bend between six covered cups or Parliamentary, Ballard, and Ashmole Rolls. JOHN, R. II., bore the bend argent in Surrey Roll. This is not the usually accepted coat see below.
;

Botetourt, Sir John,

a baron 1305

bore,

at the battle of Falkirk 1298,


;

and

at the siege

of Carlaverock 1300, or, a saltire engrailed sable a banneret in the Parliamentary Roll. (F. Sealed the Barons' letter to the Pope 1301 with a cinquefoyle pierced, on each (foyle) a
)

saltire engrailed, pp. xix, xxiv.

Botetourt, Sir Thomas,


at

Boteler, James, of Rawcliff, Sir NICHOLAS, and JOHN (E.


or
;

in Lanes., also in. Roll) bore,

azure, a chevron between three covered cups Surrey, Ballard, Ashmole, and Arundel Rolls. WILLIAM, of Kirkland, bore three Ballard Roll. mullets gules on the chevron
;

of Norfolk bore, the first Dunstable tournament 1308, and at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322, or, a Sire saltire engrailed sable, a label (5) gules. JOHAN I.F. FIX, bore the same at Boroughbridge, the pendants of the label platey.

Boteler, Sir "William


and azure

Botreaux, Renaud (BOTR'WS)


Roll) bore,

(H.

in.

a baron, 27 E. I. counter-compony (checquy in H. 4033) argent RAUF bore Parliamentary Roll. tliis argent and sable, in St. George Roll. Boteler, William of Wemme, baron 1308, bore, gules, a fess checquy argent and sable, between six crosses patee fitchee at the foot Another, gules, a fess Nobility Roll. argent checquy (counter-compony in trick), argent and sable between three crosses potent of the second (F. ); Jenyns' Ordinary. bore, at the second Boteler, William Dunstable tournament 1334, gules, crusily argent, a fess checquy of the last and sable. RAUF bore this crusily or, in Glover Roll. F. Botsler, Edward and Sir William; ;

le, of Warrington, bore, gules, crusily or a fess

checquy (also vaire)or and gules, on


) ;

a chevron azure three horse-shoes argent (F.

Arden and

St.

George
;

Rolls.

Sir

WILLIAM
(E.
111.

reversed the checquy

Harl. Roll.

Botreaux, Le Sire (NICHOLAS)


Roll) bore, checquy or F. Jenyns' Ordinary.

and

gules, a

bend

vair.

Botreaux, William (BOTREWE)


;

(R: n. Roll) bore, argent, a gryphon segreant gules armed azure, Surrey Roll gules and argent in Ashmole Roll.
(E.
;

tBotresham, Sire de
three maseles

i.

paly (6)
Roils.

two and one .... a chief argent and gules Dering and Camclen
F.

Roll) bore, or,

SIR

JOHN DE BOTILER,
IN
S.

1285.

Roll) bore, gules, crusily argent a fess Arden, counter-compony or and sable
IE.
I.
;

BRIDE'S CHURCH,

Botringham v. Bodrugan. Botringham, Sire Otes de


battle of

Boroughbridge 1322, argent


).

Guillim, and Surrey Rolls.

Boteler, Sir Raffa

Co.

GLAMORGAN.

bendlets gules (F. Harl. Roll.

Sir

HF.NKY
(

bore, at the three bore the same


;

le, of Salop (E. n. Roll) bore, gules, a fess checquy or and sable (azure, sometimes), in chief two mullets of the second Parliamentary Roll.
;

Botringham, William de BUTTRINGHAM)


After Boutell.
bore, at the second Dunstable 1334, argent a bend gules.

tournament

Boteler, Sir William

(E. in. Roll) bore,

gules, a chevron counter-compony sable and .agent; Ashmole Roll. Botiler, Theobald, Earl of Ormond (E. i. Roll) bore, or. a chief dancettee (3) azure
;

Segar and Ashmole Rolls, &c. (F.) JAMF.S, bore it at the siege of Rouen 5th Earl, K.G.
,

1418.

Botiler, Sire
'if
)

le bore, at the battle Horoughbridge 1322, argent, two bendlets RAF bore the bendlets azure (Arden gules (F. Roll); ermine in Ashmole Roll. le (E. i. Roll) bore, or, Botiler, Sir two bends gules a chief sable Guillim Roll. (BOALF.K or BOVI.EK) Botiler, Sir knighted at the capitulation of Calais 1348

Rauf

Henry
John

28

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

HENRY BOURCHIER, EARL OF


After Waller.

ESSEX,

1483.

IN LITTLE EASTON CHURCH, ESSEX.

Botune, Steven de
azure,

(H. in.

Roll)

bore,
;

on a chief indented or three torteaux


Roll.

Howard

Boues f. Buoy. Boughton, Piers de


gules, a goat saliant or
;

(R.

11.

Roll) bore,

Surrey Roll.
(

four water-bougets sable (F.), as did Le Sire DE BOUCER at the siege of Rouen 1418 where WILLIAM B. bore the same (differenced with a martlet or an annulet) quarterly with LOVAYNE, gules, billettee or and a fess argent. F.
,

"[Boughton, Robert de BORETON) E.


bore, sable, three crescents or.

JBoulers,

sable billettee and a bend argent Dering See also BULLER. St. George Rolls (K.).
;

Baudwyn

de

HI. Shirley.] F. (H. in. Roll)bore,

Bourchier, Bartholomew (BOUSKR)


(R. n. Roll) bore, argent, a cross engrailed gules between four water-bougets sable, a
label
(3)

azure

and

Surrey Roll.
ist

WILLIAM,
,

bore, three fleurs-de-lys or

and

Boun, see BOHUN. Boun, Poulke de

on the pendants, Lord Berners, K.G. JOHN, bore on each pendant a lyon rampant or.
his brother

(E. in. Roll)bore, sable, three crescents argent Jenyns' Roll called Joik, or JORCE, in the Arden Roll.
;
;

Harl.

MS.

1418

fo. 52*.

Bourgyloun, Sir Robert,


;

Boun, Prank de
;

(H. in. Roll) bore, gules, a crescent ermine within an orle of martlets ermine Glover Roll. See BoHUN, of Tres-

of Norfolk (E. II. Roll) bore, quarterly or and gules, in the second and third an annulet argent, over all a bend sable Parliamentary Roll. of Calais
bore, at the siege 1345-8, argent, a chevron gules between three lyons rampant sable, ascribed to NICHOLAS (F. )and Richard E. in. Jenyns'
;

Bourne, Sir Thomas

singfield, Suffolk.

KBourchalle,

Henry de
;

(BORCHELLE)

(H. III. Roll) bore, paly (6) argent and azure, a ffss gules, Dering Roll tricked also or and azure. See also BURGHII.L and BURKKU,.

Ordinary.

Bourne, Sir Christopher,


the capitulation of Calais 1348

knighted

at

Bourchier, Robert BUKSOUR)


(

bore, at the

bore, gules,

second Dunstable tournament 1334, argent, a


cross engrelee or.

Lord BARNESSE or BERNERS.

JBourchier,
(H. HI.
azure
;

Hugh
bore,

de(Bucv

Roll)

or BOUES) or three water-bougets

a lyon rampant argent a bordure engrailed or. Bourne, Thomas de bore, at the second Dunstable tournament 1334, gules, a lyon rampant or tail fourchee, a bordure engrele argent.

BOWCKKR,

Dering and Howard Rolls. bore, H. VI., azure three


;

LE

SIR

water-

JBourne, John de
; ;

bougets or

6th Nobility Roll.

(H. in. Roll) bore, ermine on a bend azure three lyons rampant no or Dering Roll lyons in Ashmole MS.

Bourchier, Sir Robert,

a baron 1342, knighted at the capitulation of Calais 1348 lx>re, argent, a cross engrailed gules, between

Bourneham,

Sir

Thomas de,
oramaunch

(E. n. Roll) bore, mentary Roll.

of co. Line. vert Parlia;

MI llayne

SOME FEUDAL

COA'I S

OF ARMS.

29

Bourt, William de
George
.bore,

(H. in.
;

Roll)

bore,
St.

sable a cross patonce argent


Rolls.
F.

Arden and

Boys, Sir John, v. Bosco. Boys, Sir Robert de, of Suffolk

Boutevilain, Sir Robert,


at

of Northants

WILLIAM

1308, argent

the first Dunstable tournament three crescents gules, and Sir bore the same; Ashmole Roll and
n. Roll) bore, three crescents

bore, at the first Dunstable tournament 1308, ermine a at the it ROBKRT bore Another cross sable. second Dunstable tournament 1334, as did JOHN, of the South. (F.) Jenyns' Roll.

Jenyns' Ordinary.

Boys, Ernald de, Henry, and James


quarter (or canton) gules; Norfolk Roll, Jenyns' in Ordinary, &c. F. Ascribed also to JoHN(J)

(H. in. Roll) bore, argent, two bars and a

Boutevilain, John-(R.
;

argent, a chevron between gules Surrey Roll. ROBERT, bore, a fess in lieu F. of the chevron St. George Roll.
;

Dering

Roll.

Bovile, Herbert, and Sir "William de

Boys, Nicol de
;

of Suffolk (H. in. Roll) bore, quarterly or and sable (F. ), and Sir JOHN, of Suffolk, a martlet,
St. gules for difference George and Parly. Rolls. WILLIAM bore, a lyon passant gules in the first quarter Norfolk Roll.
;
;

(H. in. Roll) bore, ermine two bars and a quarter gules. Sir JOHN of co. Line, and ROGER bore, over all, a bendlet sable Parliamentary and Surrey Rolls.
in.

Boys, Henry de, del Usburne-(E.


;

Bovile, Sir John,

lefys (E. in. Roll) bore, Ashmole Roll. gules, four bendlets argent
;

Roll) bore, barry (8) gules and or (or and argent in blason) on a chief indented (3) sable, as many F. escallops of the second Jenyns' Roll.

Bowes, Robert
(E. in.
;

de,

and

"William

Boys, Sir Ifichol de,


(E. in.

of Bucks, and

John
and

Roll) bore, ermine, three long bows " tenduz" gules Jenyns' and Surrey Rolls. ui. (E. Roll) bore, Bowett, argent, three reindeers' heads cabossed sable F. See BONKTT. Jenyns' Roll.

Roll) bore, argent, a chevron sable


;

Thomas

bezanty (3 or 5) Jenyns' Ordinary.

Parliamentary
F.

Roll

Boys, Richard de
argent

(H.
;

in.

Roll)
St.

bore,

MoRTlMF.R'sarms sable and or, theinescocheon


billettee of the first

Bowles, Sir John


gules, a fess ermine, Ashmole Roll.

(H. in. Roll) bore, a bordure engrailed or


bore,
at

Bownd,

Sir

Roger

the

first

and Howard Rolls. One up the cross in the last Crusade Boyton, see BEYTON.

George, of these names took


1270.

Arden,

Dunstable tournament 1308, argent, a chief


indented sable.

JBoyville, "William de (E. SIK WILLIAM, of Northants


bore,

i.

Roll),

and
Roll)

(E.

n.

Box, Sir Henry de,


;

of Essex (E. n. Roll) bore, or, a bendlet between six lyonceux rampant gules Parliamentary Roll. The lyonceux debruised by the bendlet, H. 6137 fo. 9.
n.

Boxhull, see BuCKESHALL and BUXHULL. Boxstede, Sir Raffe de, of Essex (E.
Roll) bore,

quarterly argent and


;

gules,

on a

bend sable three besants

Parliamentary Roll.
of co.

Boxworth, Sir "William de,


;

Cam-

bridge (E. n. Roll) bore, or, a lyon rampant gules, collared argent Parliamentary Roll.
(E. iv. Roll) bore, quarterly i Boydell, and 4, vert, a cross patonce or 2, gules, fretty argent a fess or 3, argent, on a fess azure three and crest Ballard Roll. mullets of the field
; ;

saltorelles argent (F. ), gules, three Dering and Parliamentary Rolls. &c. colours ROBERT took up reversed in St. George Roll. the cross in the last Crusade 1269. Boyvile, John (R. n. Roll) bore, gules, a fess or between three saltorelles argent Surrey Roll. Brabason, Sir Roger, of co. Leic. (F:. n. martlets Roll) bore, gules, on a bend or three One of these names with sable Parly. Roll. of Calais at the these arms slain 1347. siege de, ofco. Line. *Bracebridge, Sir tournament first Dunstable the at 1308, bore, vaire argent and sable a fess gules (F. Parly. Borne also by RAFFE at the siege of Roll.
; ; ;

John

Rouen

14:8.

Boyland,
eagle displayetl

(E.

in.
;

argent Ashmole

Roll) bore, sable Roll.

an
n.

Bracebridge, John
a cross azure
;

(H. in. Roll) bore,


Roll.

or,

St.

George

F.

Boyland, Sir John,


liamentary Roll.

of Norfolk

Brackonbridge, Sir "William,

of

Arden

(E.
;

Roll) bore, azure, a saltire engrailed or

Par-

Boyler, Sir John, see BOTELEK. *Boynton, Thomas de-(R. n.


between or, a fess F. Surrey Roll.
three

a cross pattee (E. in. Roll) bore, argent, Ashmole Roll. voided(*'.f.quarterpierced)gules; Brace, "William de (H. in. Roll) bore, mullets two (6) or gules, a fess argent in chief
;

Roll) bore, crescents gules

Arden Roll [pierced gules by ROBERT, with a George Roll. F.


also

St.

George]

borne

label (4) azure; St.

SOME

1-

EC DA

I.

COATS Oh A R.MS.

THE HERALDIC ATCHIEVKMENT


OF

SIR

GRIFFITH

HENRY BOYNTON,

12x11

BARONET.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

^^
jB-eat/tgtMv
Brace, Sir Robert
gules,
(E.

in.

Roll)

bore,
;

Branson, Sir John,

see

BRYANSON.

fess or, in chief

two mullets argent


-(E. in.

Ashmole

Roll.

Bradburne, John de
(i.e.
;

Braose, see also BREWES and BRUS. Braose, Sir William de, banneret, baron
of Gower 1299, sealed the Barons' letter to the Pope 1301, pp. xvii, xxiv bore at the battle of Falkirk 1298, azure, crusily and a and so for lyon rampant or tail fourchee WILLIAM (J) in Dering Roll; [crusily fitchee
;

Roll) bore.

argent, on a bend gules three mullets or voided

quarter pierced) vert Jenyns' Ordinary. F.


II.

Braddone, Sir Gefferay


(E.

Roll) bore,
)
;

sable,

le, of Northants a bend engrailed

argent (F.

Parliamentary Roll. The bend F. fusily for WILLIAM, E. i., in Segar Roll.

and not fourchee


&c.
(F.
)

Guillim and Nobility Rolls, not fourrhee in Surrey and Parly. Rolls
in
;

Bradley, John

de-(H.
;

in.

Roll)

bore,

argent, a chevron counter-compony or and sable between three ducks "swartish" (black) billed and legged or Howard Roll.

- see Monumental So borne Effigy, 1361. by THOMAS, baron 1342 Surrey Roll. Braose,SirGiles,of Bucks -(E. n. Roll) bore,

Bradley, Roger de
St.

(H. in. Roll) bore, or, a fess gules between three buckles azure (F.
)

George Roll and also in Jenyns' Ordinnn where the buckles are blasoned, gules.

and a lyon rampant or, charged on the shoulder with a fleur-de-lys gules Parly. Roll. Sir JOHN bo/e the lyons crowned gules, at and so also of Calais the siege PETKK, 1345-8, as the last, with a crescent for difference.
azure, crusily
;

Bradshaw, Thomas
Roll.

(E.

in.

Roll) bore.
1

Braose, Sir Giles de,

argent two bendlets enhanced sable


F.

Jenyns

Bradshaw, William,
(E. IV. Roll) bore, argent

of

Haw

(Haigh);

banneret (E. n. Roll) bore, argent, crusily and a lyon rampant Parly. Roll. gules, tail fourchee renowte Braose, Sir John, knighted at the capitu;

two bendlets sable

lation of Calais 1348

bore, gules crusily

and

with crest

Ballard Roll.
1

a lyon rampant

or.

Bradstone, Roger Bradeston,


at

(E. in. Roll) bore, argent, an estaches engrailed (5) gules Jenyns Roll. F.
;

Braose,

Sir Peers,

of Gloucestershire

Thomas de,

the second Sir argent on a quarter gules a rose or (F.). THOMAS bore this at the siege of Calais 1345-8.

baron 1322 -bore, Dunstable tournament 1334,

(E. n. Roll) bore, or, crusily and a lyon rampant sable, tail fourchee et renowee Parly. Roll. n. Roll) bore, argent Braose,
;

John-(R.

Braibef, John de
a bend
Roll.
fusily or,

(H. in. Rolljbore, gules, a label (5) argent St. George


;

F.
in.

and a lyon rampant gules, tail Surrey Roll. Braose, Robert de (BRUIS), of Brecknok, baron 1297 -bore, barry (6) vaire (potent counter-potent) ermine and gules, and azure; Ascribed also to WM. DK Nobility Roll.
crusily fitchee

fourchee

Brampton, John de
;

BHBWS.

(E. Roll) bore, gules, a saltire between four crosses crosslet fitchee argent Arden Roll. F. HKYAN took up the cross in the last Crusade 1269. See

JBraose, Reynald le (BKKWES)-(H.


Roll) bore,

azure,

two bars

ermine
the

BRUMTONK. Branche, Piers


fretty gules
;

Howard and Dering Rolls reverse (same as JOHN GRESLKY) in


;
;

in. vaire gules and tricked

Jenyns'
at the
saltire

(H. in. Roll) bore, ermine, Glover Roll.


),

Bratworthe, Sire Richard - bore,


battle of

Ordinary.

F.

Boroughbridge 1322, argent, a


label (3) gules
;

Brandon
Arundel

a Suffolk Kt.

(H.

vi.

Roll)
;

azure,

and a

F.

in this roll the

bore, sable, two lyons' gambs per saltire between as many lyons' heads in pale, all erased argent
Roll.

*r

arms of Sir JOHN DK BYRON are erroneously See also BARKSVVORTH. applied to him. bore, argent, (9 E. in.) Bray, a chevron between three eaglets sable & la

Thomas
Shirley.]

cuisse.

F.

S*yE*"

THOMAS LORD BRAOSE.


IN

HORSHAM CHURCH,
OB.
After
1361.

Drummond.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

SIR

REGINALD BRAY, PRIVY COUNCILLOR TO HEN.


IN

VII.

THE NORTH WINDOW OF

JESUS COLLEGE, PRIORY CHURCH, GREAT MALVERN.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

33

a
Bray.de
(Oxon)-(E. in. Roll) bore, quarterly argent and azure, on a bend gules three fleurs-de-lys or Cotgrave Roll.
;

Breton, Robert de
;

Braye, Sir Robert de,


(K. II. Parly. Roll.

of Northants Roll) bore, vair, three bendlets gules;

See

Illustration, Sir

REGINALD
11.

(H. in. Roll) bore, per pale gules and azure, a fess between two chevrons argent Arden and St. George Rolls. Breton, Roger (E. in. Roll) bore, argent, a chevron between three escallops gules Jenyns' F. Ordinary.
;

BRAT.

Brett, Sir
of Bucks -(E.
;

Braybrook, Sir Gerard,


3,
;

bore, at the siege of Calais 1345-8, gules, in chief a lyon passant

Amyan
F.

Roll) bore, argent, seven mascles conjoined another Parliamentary Roll 3, i, gules GERARD bore it with a label of three azure; and another GERARD and a Surrey Roll
;

gardant

or.

THOMAS

-bore, six mascles,

3,

2,

i,

gules;
Roll)

Ashmole Roll and Jenyns' Ordinary.

F.

Braylesford,
bore, or,
nary-.

Henry de
;

(E.

in.

a cinquefoyle sable

Jenyns' Ordi-

F.

Brett, Sir Eumenious (or AMANEU), de la bore, at the battle of Falkirk 1298, and at the siege of Carlaverock 1300, " gules" the arms of the French family of ALBRKT, tricked as the next in Harl. MS. 6137 fo. 38 b Brett, Sir John and Sir Roger, of Leicestershire -(E. II. Roll) bore, gules billette and a fess dancett^e o r Ashmole and Parly. (F.
.,

Bredenhill v. Brudenhill. Brenley, Sir Lawrence (or BRYNDALE)


Roll) bore, gules, a gryphon segreant Ashmole Roll. Brent, Sir Robert de, of Somerset (E. n. Roll) bore, gules, a gryphon segreant argent

Rolls.

(E.

III.

Brewes, Brewes, Johnde


see also

BRAOSE and BRUSE.


-(E. n. Roll) bore, ermine,
;

or

a cross lozengy sable

Jenyns' Roll.
bore,

F.
first

Breysy, Sir Piers de

at the

Parliamentary Roll.

Brentislee,
argent,

John de-(K.
;

in.

Roll) bore,
F.

on a bend engrailed gules three lyonJenyns' Ordinary.


;

Dunstable tournament 1308, or a lyon rampant azure langued gules. (F. ) See BRAOSE. Bridelshall, Sir Gilbert de, of county Lincoln (K. II. Roll) bore, argent, two
gemelles azure, in chief three mullets gules Parliamentary Roll. Bridmanstone, Sir Stephen de, of Dorset (E. n. Roll) bore, argent seven mascles conjoined sable; another trick, six lozenges, Parliamentary Roll. See CROUPES. 3, 2, i an Essex Kt. (H. vi. Roll) ), Brygge bore, argent, three owls passant sable, beaked
; ;

ceux passant of the field

Brereleghe,
nary.
F.

Thomas

(E. in. Roll) bore,

argent, a cross crosslet gules

Jenyns' Ordii

Brereley, Sir

Thomas -(E.
;

i.

argent, a cross potent gules

Ashmole
;

Roll) bore, Roll.

Brereton,
(8th

Andrew
;

of

(E. iv. Roll) bore,

argent, two bars sable

with crest

Ballard Roll.

Bretagne, John de, nephew


Earl
of

of K. Edward Richmond, / John, Duke of BRITANNY)-bore, at the battle of Falkirk 1298, and at the siege of Carlaverock 1300; DREUX, with a quarter of Britanny and a bordureof England, viz., checquy or and azure, a bordure gules poudre with leopards or (i.e., eight lyons of England passant gardant or), Borne also by over all a canton ermine (F.). DK MONTFORT, Earl of Richmond, K.G. 1376.
,

and legged or

Brightmere
Brinton,

Arundel Roll. F. of Essex (H. vi. Roll) ). bore, gules, a chevron between three swans' heads and necks erased argent Arundel Roll.
;

de (H. in. Roll) bore, gules, a lyon rampant ermine tail fourchee Arden and St. George Rolls. F. *fBrisco, Isold, of Crofton, Cumberland, 1390 bore, argent, three greyhounds courant
;

Adam

sable.

Shirley.]

F.

Breton, Sire Robert


;

bore, at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322, azure, a bend between six mullets (6) or spur-rowells in Jenyns' Ordinary and Surrey Roll borne also argent and gules, by PEIRES and Sir WILLIAM, of co. F. Line.
;

Britby, Robert de-(E.


gules, billett^e and F. Jenyns' Roll.

n.

Roll)

bore,
;

a fess dancettee argent


n.

Britehebury, Avery

Roll) bore, (R. argent, two bars azure, on a canton of the last, a martlet or; Surrey Roll.

JBreton, John

(E. n. Roll) bore, quarterly or and gules, a bordure azure Dering Roll and for SIR JOHN, of Essex, in Parliamentary Roll. JOHN LE BRETON, D'N'S. DE SPORLE appears to have sealed, with these arms, the Barons' letter to the Pope 1301, pp. xxi, xxiv.
; ;

Britton, Sir "William de (BEYTON


BOYTON), of Suffolk
(E.
;

or

n.

Roll)

bore,

azure, three escallops or

Parliamentary Roll.

Brius, or Briwys, see BRAOSE and BRUSE. Broc, Laurence de (H. in. Roll) bore,
gules,
field
;

Breton, Sire John, Breton, Philip

of Essex (H. vi. Roll) bore, azure, two chevronels or, in chief two mullets pierced argent Arundel Roll.
;

on a chief argent a lyon passant of the F. St. George Roll.


(R. n. Roll) bore, sable,
; ;

Brocas, Bernard

de Cobburne (E. in. Roll) bore, sable, fretty argent, a chief or Jenyns' Ordinary. P*.
;

a lyon rampant gardant or [another BERNARD bore it with a label (3) gules, Surrey Roll] and Sir JOHN also bore it at the siege of Calais
1345-8.
F.

"y%*

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

Brockhill, Sir
or

Thomas (or BROKETT), of Kent (H. Vl. Roll) bore, gules crusily fitchee and a cross engrailed argent Arundel and Ashmole Rolls.
;

Browne, Sir Thomas,

Brockhole,
George Roll.
which
see.

Thomas de

(H.

in.
;

of Kent, Kt. (H. VI. Roll) bore, sable three lyonceux between two bendlets engrailed argent, in the sinister chief point an eagle's head erased or Arundel Roll.
;

Roll)

St. bore, or. crusily and a chevron gules (F.) Called also HOI.KBROOKE,

Bruce, see HKAOSE, BRKWES and BRUSH, EARL OF CARRICK.


Bruce, Robert,
1295
lord of Annandale, a baron bore, or, a saltire and chief gules. (F.) See

Brockholes, Geffrey

(R. n. Roll) bore, argent, a chevron between three brocks' or badgers' heads erased sable Surrey Roll.
;

BRUSE.

*[Brudenell,
de,

Brooking, Sir Ralffe.

of Suffolk

(H.

vi.

Roll) bore, argent, crusily gules; Arundel Roll.

and a

fess

undee

alias Bredenhill, of Dodington, Oxon {E. I.) bore, ara chevron gent, gules between three morions azure. F. Shirley.]

William

Broke. Ifele de-(H.


a chief indented or Roll
;

in.

Howard

Roll) bore, gules, Roll.

tBruere, Robert de la

Broome, Sir Nicholas,


)

of Norfolk

(E. n.
;

(H. in. Roll) bore, checquy argent and gules, a chief or and a issuant (sable ?) demi-lyon Dering Roll.
;

&riun

bore ermine, a

fess dancettee gules

Bruges
second
bore,
St.

Parly. Roll.

Brome, Sire William de


battle of

bore,

at

the

of Gloucestershire -(E. II. Roll) bore, argent, on a cross sable a leopard's face in the first or, quarter a crescent of the
(

),

Boroughbridge 1322, sable a cross


F.

Parliamentary Roll.

passant argent.

Bruges.Hue
in.
;

Brome, Roger de-(H.


Roll. F.

Roll)
St.

bore,

argent, a chief dancette'e gules

George

de(or HEGGIOS) (H. in. Roll) gules, bezantee and a chief ermine Roll called KENMAVS, Harl. 246 George
;
;

f-

33-

Bromley, Sir John of


two
;

(E. iv. Roll) bore, quarterly per fess dancettee gules and or with crests Ballard Roll.
;

Bruili, Roger de (H. in. Roll)bore, ermine on a bend gules three chevronels or St. George Roll. F.
;

(Bromley?), (R. n. Roll) bore, argent. on a chevron gules three besants, a bordure engrailed of the second Surrey Roll.
;

Brumtone, Brian de

(or

BROMPTON)

see BRAMPTON and BRUMTON. Brontone, Piers de (H. in. Roll) bore,

Brompton,
argent,

Arden

on a chief gules three escallops or


Roll.
),

(E. in. Roll) bore, or, two lyons passant gules Arden Roll and Jenyns' Ordinary. (F.); WALTER bore it with a label (5) sable Arden and St. George Rolls. F. BRIAN DE BRAMPTON took up the cross in the last Crusade 1270.
;

Brumton, John de
;
;

(H. in. Roll) bore,

or,

Brony
Roll.

a Suffolk Knight-(H. vi. Roll) bore, argent, a chief indented gules Arundel
(
:

"[Brooke,
and

Adam de, lord of Leighton


Thomas
;

H. in.

bore, or, a cross engrailed per pale gules sable. - Shirley. ] F.


(or

Brooke, Sir

BORK)

(E.

n.

be/antec at the points


set,

Roll) bore, argent, a fess dancettee (3) sable, Parliamentary Roll.

two lyons passant gules, a baston sable (F.), St. George Roll BAUDWIN bore, three escallops or on a bend Arden Roll. Brune, Sir Morys le, a baron 1315 bore, at the first Dunstable tournament 1308, azure, a cross moline or; 8 E. II. (F. Parly. and Harleian Rolls, and Jenyns' Ordinary; recercelee (in Harl. 337), pearled or, in Ashmole Roll (F. ); the cross sarcelee in Jenyns'
).

'[Brooke, William de
1231
bore, gules,

Ordinary.
in the last

F.

WILLIAM

took up the cross

la, of Brooke, Someron a chevron argent, a


F.

lyon rampant sable.

Shirley.]

Brotherton,

Thomas

of, Earl

Marshal-

Crusade 1270. Brune, Sir Richard le (E. in. Roll) bore, a azure, lyon rampant argent guttee de sang
;

bore, at the second Dunstable tournament 1334, England and a label (3) argent. F.

Jenyns' Ordinary.

F.

Broughton, John de
;

argent, two bars gules, on a cross of the first Jenyns' Roll.

Roll) bore, a quarter of the last


F.

(E.

n.

Broughton, Thomas de

Roll) bore, azure, a lyon rampant argent tail guttee de " sang, " estans Jenyns' Ordinary. Brune, William (E. in. Roll) bore, azure, billettee and a lyon rampant or Jenyns'
;
;

Brune, Thomas

(E. in.

flV 4

Browe.

(R. n. Roll) bore, azure, a cross engrailed argent Surrey Roll. n. de-(R. Roll) bore, gules, on a chevron argent, three roses of the field seeded or Surrey Roll.
;

Ordinary.
de(t), and
Roll
|

F.

Hugh
;

Bruse, Sir Barnarde,


lu frere,

of Hunts.

Sir

Robert

Ingram
(H. in.
;

le

and a chief or Howard, Dering, and Holland Rolls.


bore, azure, a
saltire

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

35

TOVJOV
THE HERALDIC ATCHIEVEMENT
OF

CHARLES GLYNN PRIDEAUX-BRUNE,


OF PRIDE AUX PLACE, CORNWALL.

ESQ.,

SO.IfE

FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

JBruse, Richard de
gules, a saltire

and a
I.)

ROBERT

(E.

(H. in. Roll) bore, chief or. I k-i ing Roll and bore the reverse (F.), and
;

another ROBKRT (E. I.) bore it with a spurrowell argent Camden Roll and Harl. MS.
;

1481

fo. 43".

j-Bruse,

Robert de,
a
saltire

Karl

of Karric, 1292
;

on a chief of the Guillim second a lyon passant gardant or


bore, or,
gules,

anabr7*e

He and his Roll and Jenyns' Ordinary. F. father took up the cross in the last Crusade
1269, 1270.

/
It.

Brus, Sire William de

-bore, at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322, gules, a saltire enSee and a chief dancettee grailed argent. In Jenyns' OrEffigy. Sir Wn.i.iAM 1226. dinary the arms are tricked, gules, a saltire engrailed argent, a chief of the second, dancettee throughout gules F.

Brus, Piers,

of Skelton, Yorkshire (E. III. Roll) bore, argent, a lyon rampant azure; Grimaldi and Glover Rolls.

Brus, Richard

(BRYS) bore, at the second Dunstable tournament 1334, argent a lyon ramtail "double tresses et croissele," pant gules fourchfe et renowee. Sir RICHARD BRKOUSK, of Norfolk (E. n.), bore, the field ermine;
Parliamentary and Ashmole Rolls.
F.

Brus, John

(H. in. Roll) bore, or, three chevronels gules, a bordure engrailed azure St. George Roll. F. Indented in Norfolk Roll.
;

Brus, Robert de (BRUIS


;

or

BRIWYS)-

(H. in. Roll) bore, gules, a lyon passant gardant ermine St. George Roll. F.

Brussels, Sire de (E. Roll) bore, or, a saltire gules; Camden Roll. (F.) See the
I.

"Genealogist," XIV.

n.s. 10.

Brut, Richard le

(H.

in.

Roll)

tore,

checquy argent and sable a bend gules. St. George Roll. F. Bruton, Robert le, and Joan le (H. in. Roll) bore, quarterly or and gules a bordure H. engrailed azure; St. George Roll (F.).

6137^75,

80, see

BRETON.
,

Bryan, Sir Guy de, K.G.


reversed.
F.

a baron 1350

bore,

at the siege of Calais 1345-8, or, three piles meeting in base azure the colours are often

and

Effigy.

Bryane, William

le (R. n. Roll) bore, or, three piles meeting in base azure, on a canton paly (4) argent and azure, a bend gules charged with three eagles or Surrey Roll.
;

-j-Bryanson,
bore,

Bartholomew
(8 or 12)

-(H. in. Roll)


;

and

Rolls, Jenyns' Ordinary, &c. Ascriljed also to SIR JOHN, banneret, and OTKS.

gyrony Dering

argent and azure

I'arly.

Bryndale, Sir Lawrence


bore, gules a
Roll.

(K.
;

m.

Roll)

gryphon segreant or

Ashmole

See BRENI.EY. of Tervaine (E. iv. Bryne ( ), Roll) bore, argent an eagle displayed sable with crest
;

Ballard Roll.

Buch,

the battle of Falkirk 1298, paly or and gules, a canton i-rmme and a bordure sable besame'e. Buch or Hucher, the name of a fort near Bordeaux. See BUBDKUX, UK Foix, and GRAII.I.V. See also pedigree in Anstis' "Order of the Garter," vol. i. Introduction, page 8.
bore, at
(K. in.
Roll) bore
1

Sr.

Captal de

Buchan, the Earl of


azure, three garbs or

banded gules
)

Jenyns

Ordinary.
of

F.

page

39.

See COMYN.
bore, at the battle

Buchard, Sire Thomas


sable.

SIR WILLIAM L)E BRUCE, KT., LORD OF UGGI.EBARNBY, YORKSHIRE.


IN PICKERING CHURCH,
c.

Boroughbridg* 1322, gules, and a label U)


Siv next rntrv.

1226.

From Drummond.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.


Buchard,Sire "Will Latymer KOCHAKD)
(

37

bore, at the battle of Koroughbridge 1322, Les Armes Latymer " gules, a cross (patee or) a label (5) sable charged with a martlet
' '

argent
in.
;

(indistinct).

Buckham, Roger de
)

(BOKKHAM) -(E.

Roll bore, checquy or and sable, a fess ermine F. Jenyns' Ordinary.

Buckeshall,
(E.
III.

Walter
;

Roll) bore, argent, crusily

rampant gules
also

BUXHUU..

Jenyns' Ordinary.
in.

(BUKKSHALI.) and a lyon F. See


Roll)
F.

Buckland, John, de-(E.


gules,

bore,

two lyonceux rampant argent, a quarter


;

sable fretty or

Jenyns' Ordinary.

Buckminster, Sire William


;

bore, at the

battle of Boroughbridge 1322, argent, crusily and a lyon rampant sable (F.) florettee instead of crusily in Ashmole, C'otgrave, and of Lin-

colnshire in Parliamentary Rolls.

Buckton, John de

(E. n. Roll)bore. argent agoatsaliant sable, horned vert; Jenyns' Roll. F. Buckton, Pyers bore, at the siege of Rouen 1418, quarterly argent and gules, on the gules quarters three goats passant 2 and i of the first

horned

or.

F.

Buekworth v. Bokkesworthe.
JBucy,
and Howard

de (or BOUES) (H. in. Roll) bore, or, three water-bougets azure Dering
;

Hugh
(

Rolls.

See BOURCHIKK.

Bulkley
Buller,
sable,

), of Aidon-(E. IV. Roll) bore, sable a chevron between three bulls' heads couped argent with crest Mallard Roll.
; ;

Baldwyn de
billett^e

Howard
I4th
field.

Roll.

(H. in. Roll) bore, and a bend cotised argent See also Boui.ERS.
of

*[Buller, Ralph,
cent.

Woode,
on

in

Somerset,

bore,
F.

sable,

argent quarter pierced, four


Shirley.]

a plain cross eaglets of Ihe

Bulmer,
Yorkshire

Ansketell,

of sheriff Hutton, E. in. Roll) bore, gules, a lyon (


billettee sable
;

rampant or

Jenyns' Ordinary.

Buhner, Sir Raffe,


gules, billettee

a baron

1342
;

bore,

and a lyon rampant or liamentary, Surrey, Ashmole Rolls, &c.

Par-

Bulmer, John de -(E.


;

I.

Roll) bore, gules

gutteed'orand a lyon rampant of the last (F. ), billettee instead of guttee in Segar Roll
Jenyns' Ordinary.
argent, on rooks of the field.
bore,
F.
(15

'[Bunbury, Alexander de
Bur, William
billettee

H. in.) -

a bend sable three chess(R.


F. Shirley.] n. Roll) bore,
;

azure,

and a lyon rampant or

Surrey Roll.
bore,

Burdeux,

near Bordeux. See Bucn and GKEILLY. Burdet, Richard, and Sir William,
co. Leic.
;

at the battle of Falkirk 1298, or, a greyhound gules, collared sable, a bordure of the last bezantee. (F. ) Sometime Captal de Buch, a fort

Sir Peres, banneret

of

Roll) bore, azure, two bars or Jenyns' Ordinary and Parly. Roll. *Burdett, Sir Robert, of co. Leic.
(F. in.

n.) bore, azure, two bars or, sovereign bar three martlets gules (E.

on the
;

Parlia-

mentary
(E.

Roll.

Burdet, John,

(R. n.

Roll)
;

and

Roger

III. Roll) bore, azure, two bars or, on each three martlets gules Surrey and Parliamentary Rolls and Jenyns' Ordinary. F.

Burdon, Sir John,

of Notts-(E. n. Roll) bore, gules, three burdens or pilgrims' staves pileways argent (F. ), Parliamentary Roll reversed in Howard and Jenyns' Rolls (F. ); borne reversed by WII.UAM, in Arden Roll.
;

SIR

GUY BRYAN,

K.G. 1391.

IN THE ABBEY

CHURCH OF TEWKESBURY.

After Stothard.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

LIU

Burdon, William,
;

or (E. n. Roll) bore, azure crusily and three pilgrims' staves 01 Jenyns' and Arundel Rolls.

Walter

4-Burghill,

de (H. in. Roll) bore, paly (6) or and azure, over all a fess gules

Henry

Deringand Howard

Rolls.

See also BURREU..


(H.
Roll.

Bures, Sir

(HOI-RKS) (E. Roll)bore, ermine on a chief dancettee sable two lyonceux rampant or; Ashmole and Parliamentary Rolls. See Monumental Brass for
Sir

Andrew

in.

Burgoine, Osteleins de
bore, azure, billettee

in.

Roll)
or,

and a lyon rampant

crowned of the

last

Howard

ROBERT.

Burley

),

Burgh, Walter de,

bore, ermine

Earl of Ulster (E. in. Roll) bore, or, a cross gules, the ancient arms of BlGOD, Earl of Norfolk Ashmole Roll and Jenyns' Ordinary. Burgh, Hubert de, Earl of Kent (E. r.
;

a Suffolk Knight-(H. vi. Roll) on a bend or 4 chevronels gules


;

Arundel

Roll.

F.

Burley, Robert,
Burley, Simon

of Wherlsdale
;

(E.

in.

Roll) bore, gules, a besant

Jenyns' Ordinary.

Roll), bore,

lozengy gules and vair (E.


for

),

Roll

the

same

Segar

JOHN
;

(i), in

Camden and
gules, Roll.

Dering Rolls; and also


gules, Norfolk Roll ivmscles, 3, 3, i, vair;

(i)

masculy vair and


(2)

(E. n. Roll) bore, barry (6) sable and or, on a chief of the first two palets Ijetween as many esquires based of the second, overall an inescocheon gules three bars argent.
(F.
)

and
(E.

seven

Howard

Jenyns' Ordinary.
,
,

Burgh, Sir John de


Ashmole
Roll.

Roll) bore, argent, on a fess dancettee sable three besants


F.

in.

Burley, Sir Simon, K.G., Sir Richard, K.G. and Sir John, K.G. 1378 bore, or,
three bars

and

in chief

two palets sable, on

Burgh, Thomas de,


;

an escocheon of pretence,
of

Richmondshire

(E. in. Roll)bore, argent, on a fess sable three besants Grimaldi Roll. F.

gules, three bars ermine, a crescent for difference of the second. K. 399 ff. 21, 24, 26.

Burgh, Roald
|K. in.

Burnaby, Sir Nicholas


;

(HKOXKBY)

de, and
;

William de

Roll) bore, argent, on a saltire sable five cygnets of the field Grimaldi Roll and F. Jenyns' Ordinary.

Burgh, Walter de
;

(E. ill. Roll) bore, argent, two bars and in chief a lyon passant gules Ashmole Roll. Burns, -(H. in. Roll) bore, ermine on a bend azure three lyons rampant argent

Johnde

(H. in. Roll) tore, quarterly, argent and gules, a cross passant of the second Norfolk Roll.
bore, quarterly, or

Howard Roll. Burnell, Sir

Burgh, William de
George
Rolls.
F.

(Bi-Rc)-(H. in. Roll) and azure Arden and St


;

Edward, banneret, a baron 1311 bore, argent a lyon rampant sable, crowned or, a bordure azure Parliamentary and Surrey Rolls. In Jenyns' Ordinary this
;

Burghersh, Sir Bartholomew, theat the battle of

of Kent, King's Chamberlain, a baron I33o-bore,

coat occurs quarterly with, or, a saltire sable. !'. and so borne by HUGH, Lord BUKXKM..
;

K.r;.

,temp. H.

iv.

the saltire engrailed


(E.
I.

K. 400

1345-8, gules, a lyon tail fourche'e or (the tinctures iwer'si'd Surrey and other Rolls). Sir STEI-HKX bore the same at the first Uunstable tournament 1308 (F.); JOHN tore the same, Jenyns' Ordinary (F.); BARTHOI.OMKW or HKRHF.KT (*) tore it with a label (5) azure

the
in

Boroughbridge 1322. and

at

fo. 20.

siege of Calais

Burnell, Philip

Roll) bore, argent,


;

rampant

SIR
IN

ROBERT DE BURES,
c.

a lyon rampant sable crowned or Segar Roll. Sir EDWARD bore this H. vi. and LK SR. H. also bore (H. vi.) argent, a lyon rampant
tail

1302.

fourche'e sable.
in. Roll) bore, sable, a label (5) gules ; the cross in

Dermg

Roll

and HERBERT
:

ACTON CHURCH,
After Waller.

SUFFOLK.

Burnell, William-(H.
argent, a lyon

rampant

lyon rampant or

Howard

bore, "gules, Roll.

Howard

Roll.

ROBKRT took up

the last Crusade 1270.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

39

Burnell, Philip
;

(H. III. Roll) bore, argent, a lynn rampant sable, on a bend gules three

St. George Roll. Three mullets escallops or argent in Arden Roll. ROBERT took up the cross in the last Crusade 1270.

Buslingthorpe i Beslingthorpe. Bussy, Sir Hugh, of co. Line, and John


1

Burnell,

Hugh, and Philip

(H. in. Roll)

Roll) bore, argent three barrulets Parliamentary and Surrey Rolls and F. Jenyns' Ordinary.
(E. sable
III.
;

rampant sable, clebruised by a baston gules; Howard, Camden, and St. George Rolls. F. Burnell, Sir Richard (E. in. Roll) bore, argent, a lyon rampant azure guttle d'or crowned of the last, langued and armed gules Ashmole Roll.
;

bore, argent, a lyon

Buterley.Roger or Stephen

(H. in. Roll) bore, or, a fess gules in chief three torteaux Arden and St. George Rolls. (F. And another, in Arden Roll, with cinquefoyles pierced gules in lieu of torteaux.
;

Butler,
a

see

BOTELER.
1

Burneville, Sir
battle of

John de

bore,

at

the

Button, John de
fess gules
;

Boroughbridge 1322, gules, a saltire engrailed (argent) between four cinquefoyles or


ascribed also to Sir (F. ) in Parliamentary Roll.
;

Jenyns Roll.

(E. in. Roll) bore, ermine, F.

Buttringham, William de
BOTRINGHAM.

bore, at the

ROBERT, of

Suffolk,

second Dunstable tournament 1334, argent, a bend gules. See also BODRUGAN and

Burnham, Sir Thomas, v. Bourneham. Burnham, Sir "Walter, of Norfolk (E. n.


Roll) bore, sable, a cross between four crescents argent Parliamentary Roll.
;

Buxhull v. Buckeshall. Buxhull, Sire Alayn de (BOXHULL)


Kent
(F.
),
;

of

bore, at the battle of Boroughbridge


(or,

Burninghill,
Roll. F.

n. Roll) bore, sable three bats (or rere-mice) argent Jenyns'


;

Hughde-(E.
(E.

1322, or, a lyon


in

Roll
in.
;

RAPHE

H. 6137

fretty argent iob ), Parliamentary in Jenyns' Ordinary.

rampant azure

Burowdon, Thomas
nary.
(F.
)

Roll) bore,

Bycovyleyn, William
argent, three crescents 2
Roll.

(R.
i

argent three cinquefoyles sable

See also

WALTER BOR DOWN.


;

Jenyns' Ordi-

and

11. Roll) bore, gules Surrey


;

Burrell

and azure, over all a See BURGHILL. Roll.

(H. in. Roll) bore, paly (6) or fess gules St. George
F.

Byron, Sire John de


;

Burrell, Roger de
(

10) Roll.

argent and
F.

sable, a

(H. in. Roll) bore, paly bend gules St. George


;

Burton, Sir Rauf de


;

bore, at the battle of


;

bore, at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322, argent, three bendlets gules so also Sir JAMES, of co. Line. R. n., Parliamentary Roll, and Sir RICHARD, E. 11., Surrey Roll. In the Boroughbridge Roll, the armsof Sir RICH. BR. \KWORTH or BRATWORTH are erroneously assigned to this Sir JOHN.

Boroughbridge 1322, paly (6) or and gules on a bend sable three water-bougets argent see Surrey Roll and borne also by JOHN
Jenyns' Ordinary.
gules, three plates Ashmole Roll.

Byron, Sir John,

F.

Burton, Sir John de Burton, Sir Roger de

(E. in. Roll) bore,


;

on each a chevron sable

I.E FITZ -knighted at the capitulation of Calais 1348 bore, argent, three bendlets gules and a label (3) azure. So also RICHARD, E. i., Nativity Roll. JAMES (t), H. III., bore, a label (5), azure (F. ), the tinctures reversed in the Dering Roll.

(E. in. Roll) bore, argent, a fess sable fretty or Ashmole Roll. Burton, Sir "William (E. in. Roll) bore, sable, a chevron between three owls argent THOMAS, R. n., bore, (F.); Ashmole Roll. the owls crowned or Surrey Roll.
; ;

Byron, James de
'(10)

argent

and

gules,

(H. in. Roll) bore, bendy a label (5), azure


;

Howard

Roll.
iv.

Byron, Nicholas, E. Byye, Sir William


three azure crescents or

See BERON.
vi.

(H.
;

Roll)
Roll.

bore,

Arundel

Guy

conducts

Harold

to

William,

Duke of

the

Normans.

After the Bayeux Tapestry.

THE ARMS OF THE OLDER COLLEGES IN CAMBRIDGE.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

Where

After the Bayeux Tapestry.

C
Cabery, Alan de,
)

of Hippeswell (E. in. Roll bore, gules a fess vair Jenyns' Ordinary. de (CAILLY) (H. in. Roll) Caili, bore, checquy or and gules, an inescocheon
;

Camoyes, Sir Rauf,


first

Adam
;

banneret bore, at the Dunstable tournament 1308, argent, on a


F.

chief gules three besants.

ermine

St.

George

Roll.

F.

fCampaine, Pers de
argent, a chief gules
;

(H. in.

Roll)
St.

bore,

Arden and

Caili,
gules
in

Thomas,
and
or,

baron 1309 a bend ermine


Roll.

bore, checquy
;

Rolls.

See CHAMFAINE.

George

Ascribed to Sir

ADAM DE CAYLE,

Nobility Roll. of Norfolk,

Camvile, Sir Geoffrey de,


baron 1295
in pale
;

banneret, a

Parliamentary

bore, azure, three lyons passant

Caili,

de (CAYLE)-(H. in. Roll) bore, checquy or and azure, on a fess gules three mullets argent St. George Roll.
;

Walter

Caili, Sir "William (CAI.Y) (E. in. Roll) tore, quarterly argent and sable, over all on a baston gules three mullets' pierced or

argent Nobility and Parliamentary &c. So ascribed also to HUGH, and WILLIAM. (F.) In the (J), Dering and Howard Rolls the tinctures are reversed for GEOFFREY (J).
Rolls,

ROBERT

Ashmole

Cantelo, Philip de

(H. in.
;

Roll) bore,
Roll.

Roll.

argent, a fess gules fretty or


(E. in.

Howard
(E.
i.

Caldecott, Richard-

per pale argent and azure, a chief gules Jenyns' Ordinary. SIRE DE CALDECOTT of Norfolk, bore, per pale or and azure, on a
;

Roll) bore,

JCantelou, Sire Johande


MS.

Roll) bore, azure, three fleurs-de-lys or Dering Roll, &c. leopards' faces jessant-de-lys in Ashmole
;

chief gules three leopards' faces of the

first

Parliamentary Roll.

Calkin, Sir

Hugh, of Flanders bore, at the siege of Calais 1345-8, argent, a pale between two greyhounds erect sable, (F.) respecting each other, in Stowe.
;

Cantelou, George (E. i. Roll) and Williambore, gules, three fleurs-de-lys or F. ); Camden Roll, &c. Ascribed also to JURIS vel PRES DE, in Howard Roll Sir WILLIAM of
(
;

Calthorpe, Sir William,


;

Norfolk (E. II. Roll) bore, checquy or and azure a fess ermine, Parliamentary Roll and Jenyns Ordinary also borne, or and sable another with the fess argent and yet another checquy or and gules on a fess argent three martlets
of
1

Salop bore it with a baston argent, mentary Roll.

in Parlia-

Cantelupe, Sir John,


(
;

sable, in the

Ashmole
),

Roll.

Calthorpe
IE.
III.

of

Orthenley,

Norfolk-

banneret bore, at the battle of Falkirk 1298, azure, three leopards' faces jessant-de-lys or F. ) perhaps of Snitterfield the leopards' faces are often reversed. Sir H. bore a red field in the Atkinson Roll, and so did WILLIAM, with the faces reversed, in the Segar Roll.
of Ravensthorpe, banneret, a baron 1299, bore, at the battle of Falkirk 1298, and at the siege of Carlaverock 1300, gules, a fess vair between three leopards'

Gee,

ct

Canetelo n

Ashmole

GALTHOBP. Caltofte, Sir John de, of co.

Roll) bore, ermine, a maunch gules; Roll and Jenyns' Ordinary. See

Cantelupe, Sir William,

Line.' (E. in. ParliaRoll) bore, argent, three roses gules mentary Roll this surname occurs also in Cotgrave Roll and for coat "argent, a lyon vaire and a."

Calverley, Sir
sable,

John
Roll.

(E. in. Roll) bore,

an inescocheon within an orle of owls


;

F. jessant-de-lys or; Parliamentary laces reversed in Jenyns' Ordinary, &c. Sealed the Barons' letter to the Pope 1301 with (gules) a fess vair between three fleurs-de-lys pp. xviii, xxiv. (or)

faces

Roll

argent

Ashmole

Capelle, Sir Richard de,


bore, at the
first

Calvorley, Hue, John, and Walter


(R. II. Roll) bore, argent, a fess gules between three calves passant see Effigy sable, bore a JOHN bore a crescent and mullet, for difference Surrey Roll and Jenyns'
;

of co. Hereford Dunstable tournament 1308, argent, a chevron gules between three torteaux.
F.

HUGH

Ordinary.

Calvert,
(E.
III.
;

Sir

Richard
gules, Roll.

(or

CULVET)

Roll) bore,

bend nebulee

argent
six

Ashmole
3,

JCam, Richard
eaglets
F.
2,

(H. in. Roll) bore, argent i, displayed sable; Dering

Roll.

Camoyes, Le

Sr. bore, at the siege of Rouen 1418, or, on a chief gules three plates borne also by Sir RATHE and Sir THOMAS, K.G. In Howard and Dering Rolls, two plates
only are ascribed to

JOHN (J) in the Camden Roll the (3) plates are in fess in Grimaldi Roll three torteaux are ascriljed to RAUF.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

Capon, Sir Robert-(E. m.


gules, three

Roll) bore,

Carnaby, William -(K.


Jenyns' Roll.

capons and a bordure engrailed


Roll.
(

in. Roll) bore, argent, two bars azure in chief three hurts ;

argent

Ashmole

Catjps or
Arundel

a Kentish Knight (H. VI. Roll) bore, argent, a chevron between three trefoyles sable, an escallop of the first
),
;

Cappus

Carrick, Earl of-(H.


three cinquefoyles 2

HI. Roll) bore, sable,

Roll.
( ).

Caraunt

an Essex Knight
;

i, or, Howard Roll; argent in Camden Roll. (F. ) This coat proto the name of Carrick ratlinbably appertains than to an Karl of that name.

and

(H.

vi.

Roll) bore, argent, three hurts each charged with as many chevronels gules (sic) Arundel Roll.

*[Cary, Sir Robert,


bore, argent, on a of the first. Shirley.]

of Gary, Devon (H. v.) bend sable three roses F.


v.

Carbonell,

John

(E. in. Roll) bore, gules,


;

Casa Nova, Otha

de, banneret,

Sasse-

a cross argent, a bordure or Jenyns' Ordinary. Carbonell, William bore, at the second Dunstable tournament 1334, gules, a cross argent, a bordure engrailed or. (F.) Ascribed
also to

nau. Cassynges, Sir "Williambore,


Castell, Sir
CO. Glouc.

at the first

Dnnstable tournament 1308, azure, a cross moline voided or. over all a bendlet gules. F.
(or DE CHASTKI.), of Roll) bore, gules, two bars, last a castle sable ALAN, of the city of London, Parly. Roll. took up the cross in the last Crusade 1270. (E.
II.

ROBERT

in

JOHN
Sir

in

Ashmole Roll
),

Surrey Roll, and to Sir tricked indented for


;

William

JOHN, of
(

Suffolk, in Parliamentary Roll.

argent on a canton of the

Carbonell
Roll) sable
;

a Suffolk Knight
cross

bore,

Arundel

gules, a Roll.

(H. vi. argent lozengy

Cardelecke,
Rouen
F.

Henry

1418, azure,

a castle

bore, at the siege of triple turreted or.

v. Gasceline. a Knight Castilton,Sirede( ),

Castelmyne

banneret,

bore, at the battle of Falkirk I2q8, gules, castle or. F.

Cardeston, John de

bore, at the second Dunstable tournament 1334, gules, a saltire See also (F.) argent, a label besant^e (sic}.

Castre, Sir

John

de-bore,

at

the

first

Dunstable tournament 1308, azure, an eagle


displayed barry (10), argent and gules. (F.);
(8) in Ashmole MS. Castre, Sir John de,

KnofenoN.
Caresville, Sir
(E. in. Roll) bore, argent, three gemelles sable Ashmole Roll, ascribed to JOHN in Jenyns' Roll, with the remark same as PERS DE CAKEW.
;

William

of Norfolk

(E.

n.

sable, an eagle displayed barry (12) argent and gules Parly. Roll. 'THOMAS, bore, the field argent and the eagle barry of

Roll) bore,

14

Jenyns' Ordinary.

Careswelle, William de

bore,

at

the

Caterall,

second Dunstable tournament 1334, argent F. frctty gules, a fess azure.

(E. n. Roll) bore, azure, three mascles or, in trick - blasoned, lozenges pierced; Jenyns' Roll; ofGarstang, in Lanes,.
;

Thomas

*Carew, Nicholas de, banneret

bore, at the siege of Carlaverock 1300, or, three lyons passant sable (F.) and as Lord DE MUI.ESFORD sealed the Barons' letter to the Pope 1301, Sir JOHN bore it at the siege pp. xxi, xxiv. of Calais 1345-8, on which occasion Sir JOHN. junior, of co. Glouc. differenced with a label
,

with crest

Ballard Roll.

Catesbury, Sir Richard de


heads erased argent See GOTKSBURV.
;

(E. n. Roll) bore, gules, a fess vair between three goats'

Parliamentary

Roll.

(3) gules.

See Baron DE

CAREW

in

Jenyns'

Ordinary.

Carew, Pers de-(R.


three gemelles sable;

n. Roll) bore, argent, Surrey Roll, same as

JOHN CARESVIU.E.

Carington
crest
;

(E. iv. Roll) bore, sable,


field
;

on

a bend argent three lozenges of the


Ballard Roll.

with

Carlyell, Sir William de, of Cumberland


(E.
II.

Roll) bore, or, a cross patonce gules


(E. in. label

Parliamentary Roll.

Carminow, Thomas
a bend or, Jenyns' Ordinary.
azure,

Roll) bore,
(3)

and a

gules

SIR

fc

HUGH CALVELEY,

OF

LEA, IN BUN-BURY CHURCH,

CHESHIRE, TEMP. K.
After Stothard.

in.

/?<$

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

43

TV&-&,

Caundysh, Andrew
sable, three crosses or ; Surrey Roll.

(R.

n.

Roll) bore,
i

botonnee fitchee 2 and

J Chamberlain, Philip (H. in. Roll) bore; gules, two crossed keys wards to the sinister
,

Howard
Roll.

Caunton, Sir John de,


Roll)

many

of co. Leic. (E.ii. bore, gules, two bars and in chief as Roll. mullets argent Parliamentary
;

Roll. F.

Wards inward

in the

Dering

t Chamberlain,
azure, dexter 2 and
bore,

William le-(H.
(F.
)

three
I or.

Causton, Robert -de


;

keys erect wards

HI. Roll) to the

(K. in. Roll) bore, argent, on a bend sable three crosses crosslet fitchee of the field Ashmole Roll and Jenyns' Another in Ashmole, Roll and Ordinary. argent, a bend between six crosses crosslet
fitchfe 3

Dering Roll.

Chammon, John(CnANNONorCHAUMoND),
of Colthorpe (E. in. Roll) bore, gules, a lyon rampant argent within a bordure engrailed gobony or and argent (in some azure)
;

and 3

sable.

Caux v.
fretty

Corbet.
;

Jenyns' Ordinary.

(K. in. Roll) bore, azure, Jenyns' Ordinary. *[Cavendish, Sir John, Chief Justice E. in. bore, sable, three bucks' heads cabossed

*Cave, William
argent

4-Champaine, Pers de
argent, a chief gules
Rolls.
;

(H. in. Roll) bore,


.St.

Arden and

George
Roll)
(F.
)

See CAMPAINE.
HI. argent, three bars undee gules.
;

argent.

Shirley.]

F.

JChampaine, Robert de-(H.


bore,

[Cawne, Sir Thomas,


E.
III.

bore,

Melcomb, Kent, a lyon rampant ermine see


of
(E. n.
(flory

Monumental
a
fess

Effigy.]

blazoned wavy, and in others nebulae Howard and Dering Rolls. Sir JOHN of Kent bore the same (E. II. ); Parliamentary

Sometimes

Cay ville, John


florettee

counternory),

Roll) bore, argent, gules


;

Roll.

Champayne,
bore, or,
joints argent
;

Sir

William
Roll.

Jenyns' Roll.

fretty

sable crusily

(E. in. Roll) fitch^e at the

Cayle.Walterde

(H. m.Roll)bore,checquy or and azure, on a less gules three mullets Arden and St. George Rolls; argent. (F.) sometimes written CAPEL. See also CAII.I.
(or ST.

Ashmole
saltire vair

tChampernon, Henry de
t>ore, gules,

(H.

in.

Roll)

Howard and Dering

Rolls.

Ceinteyno, John de
Roll)

IVK)-(H.

in.

Arden
fess

bore, Roll,

or,

three

lyons

passant gules;

Champernoun,
;

Cerne, Philip de-(H.

in. Roll) bore, per argent and gules, a lyon rampant within a bordure all eounterchanged. (F. St. George, Dering and Howard Rolls.
)

lettee or, a saltire vair. bore this coat Jenyns'

Sir Richard bore, at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322, gules, bil(F. p. 45.) JOHN also

RICHARD
billettee
;

Ordinary. HENKY and bore the coat crusily (K.) instead of St. George Roll and Jenyns' Ordi(H. in. Roll) bore,
;

nary.

*Chadwick, Sir

J.. of

Chadwick and Healey,


;

co. Lane. (H. VI. Roll) bore, gules, an inescocheon within an orle of martlets argent Atkinson Roll.

tChampernoun, John
gules, a

chevron or

Dering Roll

the field

azure

in

Ashmole

Roll.

Chalers,
a
fess

Ralph

(E. n. Roll) bore, argent,

Chancellor, Walter

between two chevronels sable; Jenyns' Ordinary. An (Essex?) Knight of the name (H. VI. Roll) bore, argent, a fess between Arundel Roll. three annulets gules
;

(E. n. Roll) bore, ermine, on a quarter argent a saltire engrailed sable; Jenyns' Roll.
v.

Chanceux (Hugh) de

Chauncy.

-4.Chalu.ns, Piers

de-(H.

gules, five fusils conjoined label (3 or 5), azure. (F.)

in. Roll) bore, in fess ermine, a

Arden and

St.

George

Rolls, Jenyns' Ordinary.

Chamberlain, Herbert
II.);

le and Martin (H. ill. Roll) bore, gules, three escallops or; Glover Roll. Sir JOHN bore the same (E. I. or

Holland
(K.

Roll.

Chamberlain, Sir Richard,


shire
;

of Lincoliy-

n. Roll) bore, gules, a chevron between three escallops or Sir ROBKRT bore a and for fess, Parliamentary and Surrey Rolls JOHN in Jenyns' Roll.
;

Chamberlain, Simon
;

(E. in. Roll) bore, quarterly gules and or, in the first a fer-demoulin argent Jenyns' Ordinary.

SIR

THOMAS CAWNE,
IN

OF NULCOMK,

IGHTHAM CHURCH,
in.

KENT, TEMP. E.

From

Stothard.

44

.SOME

FEUDAL COATS OF AKMS.

THE HERALDIC ATCHIEVEMENT


OF

ROBERT,

3 rd

MARQUIS OF SALISBURY,

K.G.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

45

Chandos, Edward
argent, a pile gules bore the reverse
; ;

(E.

in.

Roll)' bore,

Charron, Sir Richard de


argent
;

Jenyns' Ordinary. Jenyns' Roll.

JOHN

(E. n. Roll) bore, gules, a chevron between three escallops

Chandos, Sir John.of co. Cambridge


at the
first
;

Parliamentary and Grimaldi Rolls.


(E. in. Roll) bore, argent, three six-foyles gules
;

bore, Dunstable tournament 1308, argent, a pile gules, a label Parlia(3) azure (F.) mentary Roll. So also did EDWARD at the

Charteray, John
a
chevron between Jenyns' Ordinary.

second Dunstable tournament 1334.

Chaseus,

Chandos, Sir John, Walter - R. n. Roll)


(

K.G. (a founder), and bore, or, a pile gules


;

de (H. in. Roll) bore, Arden sable, three eagles displayed or. (F. ) Roll.

Emery

Surrey Roll.

Chandos, Sir Robert or Roger of Cheshire


(E. HI. Roll) bore, or, a lyon rampant gules, tail fourchee. (F.) Parliamentary Roll; ascribed also to JOHN, in Jenyns'

Chandos, Robert de-(H. m.


BAIGGINGEDENE.

Ordinary. Roll) bore or, a pile gules, nine estoiles 3, 3, 3 counterchanged. (F.) St. George Roll. See also

Chanscyre, John
(F;. III.

(probably a misreading)
;

Roll)

six

argent and gules

bore, azure, an eagle barry of

in. Roll) bore, Jenyns' Ordinary. de, of Wilts Chaucombe, Sir vert five (E. III. Roll) bore, or, on a cross The mullets pierced argent Ashmole Roll. mullets or, in Parliamentary Roll. Chauncy, Thomas, baron of Skirpenbeck in co. Line. -(E. III. Roll) bore, argent, a chevron gules, a bordure sable besantee (Jenyns' Ordinary); as did Sir PHILIP, also of Lincolnshire Parliamentary Roll. gules, three barrulets vair
;

Chaston, Thomas-(E.

Thomas
;

Cotgrave Roll.
(or

Chauncy, Sir Philip


;

Chanseus, John de
;

Thomas) - (H.

in.

Roll) bore, gules, three eagles displayed 2 and i argent. (F.) EMERY DE CHASKUS bore the same sable and or Arden and St. George
Rolls.

de, of Essex (E. n. Roll) bore, argent, a chevron between three annulets gules Parliamentary and Cotgrave
Rolls.

F. at

Chavent, Sir Peter, a baron 1299 -bore,


;

Chansi,

Thomas de

(E.

i.

Roll)

bore,

burrulee (22) sable and argent, a lyon ram-

pant gules. (F.) Segar Roll. See MONCHENSI. Charles, Sir Edward, of Norfolk (E. in. Roll) bore, ermine, on a chief gules three
lozenges of the first Parly. Roll. EDWARD, of Cliffe and Briggenhall, bore this coat with five lozenges conjoined. (F. Jenyns' Roll and Segar and as a fess lozengy in Grimaldi
;

the battle of Falkirk 1298, paly (6) argent and azure a fess gules. (F.) Sir JOHN of Somerset bore the same, Parliamentary Roll azure and argent in Guillim Roll.

Chauvigny, " "William de


;

(H. in. Roll) a fess engrele" (five fusils in fess) bore, argent, Norfolk Roll. See next gules, a label sable

name.

Chaveney,

Sr.

de-(H.
;

in.

lozengy argent and gules

Arden

Roll) Roll.

bore,

Roll.

Chaworth, Sir Christopher,

knighted ,u

Charleston, Sir John

de, banneret
;

(E. n. Roll) bore, or, on a chevron vert three eagles displayed of the field Parliamentary Roll.

the capitulation of Calais 1348. bore, azure, two chevrons or (F. ); borne also by JOHN.

THOMAS (I), Dering Roll, PATRICK and Sir WILLIAM for Sir THOMAS' quarterly coat see
;

Charleton.Le Sr.de (Edward,

Atkinson Roll, Harl. MS. 1048

fo. 108.

K.G., a baron

1401-22) bore, at the siege of Rouen 1418, F. or, a lyon rampant gules. Charlworth ( ), a Suffolk Knight (H. vi. Roll) bore, ermine on a chief gules five lozenges or Arundel Roll.
;

Chaworth, Thomas
;

de, of Norton, baron 1299 sealed the Barons' letler to the Pope xxiv. bore, 1301, with two chevrons, pp. xix, and gules, an orle of martbarry (10), argent
;

lets (10),

sable

Nobility Roll.

Charnells, Sire Nichol de


battle of

bore, at the Boroughbridge 1322, azure, a cross or. Sir of Warwickengrailed GEORGE, (F. ) shire, bore the same; Parliamentary Roll. Sir WILLIAM (fys) differenced with a mulkt sable Ashmole Roll.
;

Roll) bore, burrulee(i4), argent and gules, HENRY bore. Howard Rolls. and gules, n (E. III. ) burrulee ( 10, 12), argent bend (or baston), sable Jenyns' Roll. de (CHAURS)-(H. in. 4,Chaworth,
I

xChaworth, Patrick de (CHAURCY)-(H.


III.

Glover and

Pain

Charneles,
(F.)
St.

(H. in. Roll) bore, gules, two chevrons and a bordure or.

Thomas de
Roll.

George

Charnell, Sir

John de

and gules, an Roll) bore, burrulee (16), argent orle of martlets, 4, 2, 2, i, sable; Arden Roll. Sir PATRICK (14) and 8 martlets; Ashmole Roll; also (14), and 13 martlets (F.), Camden
Roll;

bore, at the

first

and another (10 or

12)

and

Dunstable tournament 1308, or, a fess ermine between two chevronels gules. {F. ) Sir JOHN of Warwickshire, bore the reverse gules and or Parliamentary Roll and Jenyns' Ordinary.
;

In the Arden, Ordinary. St. George, and Parliamentary Rolls there are coats with four and with six bars, probably
martlets, Jenyns'

tricked in error.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

AChaworth, Hervieus de (HEREUI DE


CHAURS)-(H.
and a bend or
;

Cheyne

),

an Essex Knight-(H.

II.

Roll)

in. Roll) bore, Arden Roll.

gules,

crusily

bore, quarterly sable

and argent,
;

six

lozenges

conjoined

in

bend

sinister (sic)

Arundel Roll.
in.

Chaworth, William de
;

bore, burrulee (20) argent and gules three martlets 2 and i Harl. MS. 1481 fo. 47. sable
--.

JChe(y)ne Alexander de-(H.


lx)re,

Roll)

quarterly or and gules, a label (5) azure (F. ); DeringRoll label vert in Ashmole
Roll.

Checker
Chelton,

De la Checker. Rauf de bore, at the second Dunon a bend

Che(y)ney,
quarterly

John
Roll.

(R.

n.
fess

stable tournament 1334. argent V. azure three fleurs-de-lys (sic).

or and azure,

Roll) bore, gules fretty

ermine

Surrey

Cherleton f. Charleton. Cheshunt, Sir Raynold


siege of Calais 1345-8, gules, ermine. F.

Che(y)ney,
at the bore, three bendlets

John
;

bore,

at

the

siege

of

Rouen
fretty

1418, checquy or and azure, a fess gules ermine quarterly with, or, a lyon
fess gules and sable Ashmole the quarters sometimes reversed. F.
;

rampant per
Roll

Chester, Harl Of
or, in

bore, azure, three garbs,

most of the

DE BLONDEVII.LE,
1232,

and bore

earliest Rolls. the last earl, died 26 October on his seal a lyon or wolf

RANDOLPH

Che(y)ney, John,
(H.
fess
St.
III.

Henry and Robert de


(

Roll) bore, checquy or F. ) gules fretty argent.


Rolls.

and azure, a Arden and

saliant. See BLONOEVILLK and KEVELIOK. Chester, Earl of - bore, England within a

George

In Jenyns' Ordinary the

tinctures are

sometimes reversed.

bordure azure

HOLLAND,
argent.

THOMAS Jenyns' Ordinary. Earl of Kent, bore the bordure


;

Cheyne, John

Chester, William-

(K. in. Roll)bore, gules, a chevron argent between three armingbuckles tongues to the dexter or Jenyns' Ordinary.
;

(E. in. Roll) bore, gules, four fusils in fess argent, on each an escallop RAUFF bore this coat sable; Jenyns' Ordinary within a bordure of the second Surrey Roll.
;

Che(y)ney, William

'[Chetwode, John de
quarterly argent

and
;

counterchanged

bore, (E. HI.) gules, four crosses patee F. Shirley.]


bore, at the battle

bore, at the siege of Rouen 1418, azure, a cro?s patonce or, quarfive fusils terly ivith, gules conjoined in fess argent, on each an escallop sable evidently for CHEYNEY. F.

Cheyny, Robert
seme
on a

"Chetwynd, Sir John


of Boroughbridge, three mullets or.

azure, a chevron between F. ) This coat was also ( borne by WILLIAM, in the Surrey Roll, the mullets also pierced.

(E. in. Roll) bore, azure, of estoiles and two lyons passant or Jenyns' Ordinary.
;

Cheyne, Thomas-(R.
fess
;

n. Roll) bore, azure


or,

nebulee between three crescents fleur-de-lys gules Surrey Roll.

Chetwynd,
besants
at the
;

Sir de, of Salop -(K. n. Roll) bore, azure, a chevron or between three Roll. Parliamentary
first

John

Che(yny), Sir William

bore, at the battle


or,

of Boroughbridge 1322, gules, frettee label (5) argent. F.

Cheverell, Sir Alexander, of Wilts -bore,


Dunstable tournament 1308, argent,
three lyonceux

*[Chichester, Richard,
bore,
Shirley.]
F.

of

Devon

(E. in.)
;

rampant

sable.

F.

checquy or and gules, a chief vair


see

Cheveresden, John de - bore,

at the second Dunstable tournament 1334, or, on a bend three chevrons F. ermine. gules

Chicker,
gules,

DE LA CHICKKK.
n.
Roll) bore,

Chidsoke, Sir John-(K.


;

Chevoresden, Johnde-(E." in.

Roll)bore, chevres" pasargent, on a lieud gules, three sant of the field. (F. ) Jenyns' Ordinary.

an inescocheon within a double tressure argent Parliamentary Roll, as a northern Knight.

Chevouse, Henry de
pant azure
;

(H. in. Roll) bore, argent, a cross gules between four lyons ram-

Chidiock, John
a
false
,

Norfolk Roll.

argent

(E. in. Roll) -bore, gules, escocheon within an orle of martlets Jenyns' Ordinary.
v.

Chevndutt, Sir Ralph,


Roll) l>ore, azure,

a cheyne

or,

of Bucks (K. n. a label of three


F. F.

Chilton
Chilton

Chelton.
(,.
;

in.

gules; Parliamentary Roll.

chevron gules

Ashmole

Roll), bore, Roll.

argent, a

Che(y)nev
Knight

),

de, a Buckinghamshire
;

(E. II. Roll) bore, argent, a fess and in chief three martlets gules Parliamentary Roll.

Chirchingham, Sir Walter


sable.

de, knighted

en-net

at Calais 1348 bore, argent, three bars gules in chief as many torteau.x, over all a bendlet

F.

'Yto

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS

47

Chiston, Robert de

bore, at the second Dunstable tournament 1334, argent, three bends sable crusily fitchee of the field. F.
ley in

Clarendon, Roger de
gules,

(R.

u. Roll) bore,

a bend or

Surrey Roll.
(E.
i.

*[Cholmondeley, Sir Hugh, of CholmondeShirley.]

Claron, Sir John

Roll) bore, gules,

Cheshire (H. m.)-bore, gules, two helmets in chief argent, and in base a garb or
F.

a cross recercelee argent, over all a bendlet azure charged with three mullets (6) of the second Harleian Roll.
;

Chowne, Andrew, slain


-

at the siege of Calais 1345-8 bore, argent, a fess and in chief three martlets gules. Chra(c)heth (H. in. bore, Roll) gules, five fusils in bend or, a label (5) argent ;

or

drowned

Clavering, Sir
Fnv.RoHKRT
I.K

John

de,

2nd
bore,

FlTzROGEK

at

baron, the

Perhaps CRACHERODE. ),.i Kentish Knight (H. vi. Roll) gules, on a bend sable three covered cups argent Arundel Roll. an Essex (?) Knight Chycheley (H. vi. Roll) bore, or, a chevron between three cinquefoyles pierced gules Arundel Roll.
Roll.

Arden

Christmas(
bore,

and at the siege of Carlaverock 1300 (when he assumed the name of Clavering by the King's command), quarterly or and gules, a baston sable, a label (3) azure at Falkirk and vert at Carlaverock (F. wrongly blasoned in Harl. MS. quarterly or and gules See FITZ ROGER. The antient fretty argent.
battle of Kalkirk 1298,
)

coat, vair,

a chief gules

Nobility Roll 1299.

Clavering, Sir John,


;

banneret

(H.

vi.

Cifrewast, Richard de(H.


azure,

in. Roll) bore,

two bars gemelles and a chief or. (F.) St. George and Arden Rolls. Three bars gemelles (H. vi. Nobility Roll) and the chief argent in Jenyns' Roll. See SYFFRKWAST.

Roll) bore, quarterly or and gules a bend a baston in Ashmole sable, Arundel Roll Roll. ROBERT bore a bendlet ; Surrey and Grimaldi Rolls.

Clavering, Sir Allen

Cir(en)cester, Sir
;

Thomas
(E. n.

de, of Glouc.
Roll) bore, ar-

Clapham, Robert
the
first,
;

(E. n. Roll) bore, argent, a chevron azure, a label (3) gules Parliamentary Roll.

gent, on a bend sable three covered cups of


in chief

bore, at the siege of Calais 1345, quarterly argent and gules, on a bend sable three mullets of the first. The metal is altered to or in the Ashmole MS. (F. ) in which the mullets are both argent, and or. Sir ALEXANDER, an Essex Knight, bore this coat (E. II. Roll), with the metal or, in the

a quatrefoyle slipped of the


(E.
;

Parliamentary Roll.

second

Clare,

Le Ssignaur de

Jenyns' Roll.

n.

Clederow,Roger,a
Roll)
;

Kentish Knight
;

bore, argent a quarter gules

Jenyns' Roll this coat was borne by LYONEL at the

bordure engrailed sable

Roll) bore, argent, three covered cups Arundel Roll.

(H.vi. and a

Clare

in 1334. (E. in. Roll) bore, ermine, three chevronels gules Cotgrave Roll some are of opinion that the original arms of CLARE were the clarions usually ascribed to GRAN(

second Dunstable tournament


),

Clere,

de

John de (H. HI. Roll) bore, argent a fess azure and in chief a lyon passant gules
;

Howard

Roll.

Clervaux,
tricked, or,

(CLAREVAUX),
a

of

Croft-

vii.LE.seeTiles, Neath Abbey, p. vii. THOMAS, brother of the Earl of Gloucester, took up the cross in the last Crusade 1270. Clare, Gilbert de, Earl of Hertford and Gloucester bore, at the first Dunstable tournament 1308, or. three chevronels gules Sire GILBERT and (see Monumental Effigy). THOMAS differenced with a label (5) azure
;

IE, in. Roll) bore, sable, a saltire or, Grimaldi Roll and Jenyns' Ordinary, where the coat is
saltire engrailed gule? for

CLARKVAUX.

See also JOHN TROMYN.

JOHN

Cleseby,
(E.

Asculphus
and
F.
(

de

(HURSQUJ)

a fess between three argent, Grimaldi Roll (F. ); JOHN and ROBERT bore the same, Jenyns'
in. Roll) tore, gules,
i

lozenges 2

Guillim and Camden Rolls. Sir RICHARD differenced with a label (3) azure at the first

Ordinary.

Dunstable tournament 1308.

differenced with a label azure Glover Roll. See also Audley and Gloucester. Clare, Robert, 4th brother of Karl Gilbert
;

DE CLARE

(F.

WILLIAM

E. n. Roll) bore, gules, Clesaby, John de "abendet demi " argent, a quarter ermine,

tricked as 2 bends

Jenyns' Roll.

Cleuisby
Leic.

(or
II.

Clemsby), Sir John,


;

of co.

bore or, a fess between two chevronels gules "antecessor" Baron de Fitzwater Harl. MS.
;

(E.

Roll) bore, argent, a lyon ram-

1481/15,

28.

pant purpure crowned or Clevedon, see CLIFTON.

Parliamentary Roll.

Clare, Sir Nicholas,

of co. Glouc. bore, at the first Dunstable tournament 1308, or, three chevronels gules, a bordure indented F. sable engrailed in Harl. 6137 fo. 31*.

Cleville, Sir
;

(or (E. II. Roll) bore, sable, crusily Holland Roll. foyle argent

Thomas

CHEVILLE) and a cinque-

Clarencs,
(3)

Duke
;

of,

LIONEL

of

Antwerp;

Cliffe,
bore, Roll
;

bore, France

and England quarterly, a label argent on each pendant a canton gules


a
billet in
;

Jenyns' Ordinary pendant, K. 398 fo. 32

dexter base of

400

fo. 5.

OF THE (E. n. Roll) argent, three popinjays ppr. Jenyns' the Count of Cliffe, de Alemain (H. III. Roll), bore, gules, an orle argent within an escarbuncle or Arden Roll.
,

John

WOLD

GILBERT DE CLARE,
LORD OF CLARE, EARL OF GLOUCESTER AND HERTFORD, ob. 1230.
After John Carter.
See GLOUCESTER, post 95,

and

FITZ

HAMON,

213.

ty I

(7

SOMJ-: l-l-A'DAL

COATS OF ARMS.

Clifford, Sir

Robert

de, baron 1299

MalsoSir LEWIS, K.G. 1378, see title page, and ROGER (J) Dering Roll. Another ROBKRT differenced, with a crescent or, Surrey Roll and
;

azure a fess gules sealed, as Castellan of Appleby, the Barons' letter to the Pope 1301 xxiv. .Sire xvii, pp. ROGKR, banneret, bore the same at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322 K. ),
; ;

bore, at the battle of Falkirk 1298, at the siege of Carlaverock 1300, and at the first Dunstable tournament 1308, checquy or and

"Clifton,

James, of Clifton (E. iv. Roll), (E. in. Roll), Robert de (R. n. and E. II. W., Rolls) bore, sable, on a bend argent three mullets gules; Ballard and Surrey Rolls; mullets pierced in Harl. Roll and Jenyns

John

Ordinary.

Clifton,
on
a.

Nycolde

(R. n. Roll) bore, sable,


;

with cinquefoyles pierced argent Arden and St. George Rolls roses in the Camden Roll. F. ROBERT took the cross in the last Crusade up
le fiz,

ROGER

on the

fess (F.),

Clifford,

checquy or and azure a fess and bordure gules, Surrey Roll borne also by CLIFFORD, a Kentish Knight (H. vi.) Arundel Roll.
;

Lewys de

(K.

1270. n. Roll)

bend argent three crescents gules, in the canteVi crescent of the second Surrey Roll. "Clinton, Sire William de (a baron 1330) bore, at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322, argent, on a chief azure two mullets (6) or. (F. JOHN, baron de Clinton 1299, bore the mullets pierced Nobility and Parliann-ntarv
)
;

bore,

(R. n.) differenced with label of three points ermine ; Surrey Roll.

Rolls.

THOMAS

Clinton,

.{.Clifford,

checquy or and azure, a bend gules


mentary, St. George, Grimaldi, George, and Glover Rolls.

Roger, Sir John, of Somerset, Rsinaud, and Walter-( H. in. Roll)bore,


(

Sr. bore, at the siege of Rouen 1418, quarterly or and gules, for SAY, quarterly with CLINTON, argent, on a chief azure two mullets pierced or. F.

Le

F.

),

ParliaSt.

Clinton, Sir John,


;

Arden,

Clifford,

John de (H. in. Roll) bore, checquy or and azure on a bend gules three lyons rampant argent, (F.) St. George Roll. RICHARD of Frampton-upon-Severn, bore the
;

of Warwickshire (E. n. Roll) bore, argent on a chief azure two fleursor de-lys Parliamentary Roll.

Clinton, Sir
shire
(E.
II.

Thomas
;

de, of Warwick-

Roll) bore, ermine,

azure two mullets or

on a chief Parliamentary Roll.

lyons passant or

Harl.

MS.
(E.

Clifton,
Roll
;

Adam

1481
in.

fo. 37.

Clinton, Sir

de

checquy or and gules, a bend ermine, Jenyns'


(E.

Roll)

bore,

in Jenyns' Ordinary, a mullet azure for difference. In Ashmole Roll

checquy or and gules, a bordure ermine.

III.)

occurs,

Clifton, Sir
Sir

John de

bore,
;

at

the

first

As bore, at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322, argent, crusily sable, on a chiefazure two mullets or crusily fitchfe in Ashmole Roll (F. ), and was so borne by WILLIAM at the second Dunstable tournament 1334, arid as Earl of Huntingdon at the siege of Calais 1345-8.
;

John

EDMUND (E. in.) and RENAUD (H. in.), St. George Rolls Sir.JOHN bore the lyon azure, according to the Parliamenlary Roll (E. n.).
Ashmole and
;

Dunstable tournament 1308, or, a lyon rampant sable crowned gules (F. ) borne also by

Clinton,

John de

(E.

in.

Roll)

said to

bear the same arms as William de St. Omer azure a fess between ten crosses crosslet 5 and 5 or Jenyns' Ordinary.
;

Clinton,
16) or

John de

and azure, a canton ermine.


Roll.

-(H. in. Roll) bore, paly


(F.
) )

HUGH
St.

A L

l+nj-o

Clifton,

Qervase de
;

argent, a lyon rampant its shoulder a fleur-de-lys gules Jenyns' Ordinary.

(E. in. azure, on

Roil) bore,

bore a fess in lieu of the canton. (F.

George

Clinton, Sir

John

de, of Warwickshire
;

Clifton, Sir O-ervase (E. in. Roll) bore, sable, a lyon rampant within an orle of sixfoyles pierced argent Ashmole Roll. An;

(E. n. Roll) bore, or, three piles meeting in base azure, a canton ermine Parly. Roll.

cestor of the baronets,

who

Clifton, John- (R. n. lyon rampant within an


sable
;

bore cinquefoyles. Roll) bore, argent, a orle of cinquefoyles

Clitherow v. Clederow. Clivam, William de -(R.


Roll.

Surrey Roll.
( ),

n. Roll) bore, argent, a fess gules between three eagles displayed sable armed of the second Surrey
;

Clifton

of Hodsock, Notts. (E. in. Roll) bore, argent, a lyon rampant sable tail fourchee Jenyns' Ordinary same as THOMAS CKEC-Y, v. CRESSV.
; ;

*;Clive,
a
fess

Warm de (H. in.)-bore, argent, on


sable three mullets or. F. Shirley. the cross in the
]

ROGER ATTE CLIVE took up


last

Clifton,

John de

Crusade 1270.
(

second Dunstable tournament 1334, argent


)
;

(CLIVKDON)

bore, at the

Clopton

),

three escallops gules (K. Sir JOHN, who was knighted at the capitulation of Calais 1348
Ixjre

Roll) bore, sable

two indents

vert,

a Suffolk Knight (H. VI on a bend argent^between an ermine spot Surrey Roll.


;

mascles (F.

Clifton,
argent,
foyles

Roger
;

alii escallops. de-(H. in.

Clopton, Walter -bore,


Clovile
(

at

the

siege
or.

of
F.
VI.

a chevron sable between three


pierced

Roll)

bore,
sixSt.

Rouen 1418, sable, a bend argent cotised


),

an

Essex

George Rolls

Arden gules (F.); roses ill Jenyns'

and

Knight
;

(H.

Ordinary.

Roll) bore, argent, two chevronels sable er.ch charged with five nails erect or Surrey Roll.

SOME FEUDAL

-COATS OF ARMS.

Cobham,

Sire Stevene de, a baron 1326 bore, at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322, a cross gules, argent so borne also by THOMAS and Sir HENRY, of Kent, uncle of Sir STEPHEN, who differenced with a label (3), azure Surrey
; ;

warde. fo argent, a fess between three lyonceux and for augmentation 19 passant gules Hen. VI. the fess was embattled counterembattled sable fretted gules F. ); in 1473 an
;

bearer)" of

Henry

V.

in

battaile

watch and

and Parliamentary and

Rolls.

ROBERT

(H. in.
)

Roll) bore, gules, a cross ermine. St. George Rolls.

(F.

Arden

tCobham, Henry de

(H. in. Roll) bore, gules, rlorettfe or. a cross argent. (F. ) Bering and St. George Rolls.

additional coat was granted him as a supporter of the House of Lancaster, viz., vert, on a bend argent three roses gules, a dexter hand couped of the second Add. MS. 6297 fo. 139, Harl. MS. 1359 Ashmole MS. 857 ff ^ copy of confirmation in Bodleian Library.
;

Cobham,
bore,
at

Sire

Rauf

de, a baron 1324

Cokesalton, John da
in. Roll) Arden Roll.

(v.

KOKKSALTON)
fretty

the battle of Boroughbridge 1322, argent, alyon (rampant) checquy or and sable. (F.) Sir JOHN/RAUK bore it checquy or and

(H.

bore,

argent,

gules;

azure

Ashmole

Coderinge,Baudewynde(orCoi>KRUGGE)
(H.
III.

Roll.

Cobham, Thomas
;

Roll)
or,

bore,

gules,

three lyonceux

(E.

n.

Roll)

bore,

rampant
Arden,
St.

ermine, three crescents gules each charged with a besant Jenyns' Roll.

a label (3 or 5), argent (F. ); George and Jenyns' Ordinary.


(H. in. Roll ) bore, lozengy
;

Cobham, Le

Cogan, Johnde
argent and gules
three

Sr.

de

(Sir

bore, at the siege of Rouen 1418, gules, on a chevron or three lyonceux rampant sable, F. quarterly with, argent, a castle sable.

JOHN OLDCASTLE)

Howard
i),

Roll,

same

as

THOMAS FITZTHOMAS.
lozenges (2 Ordinary.

THOMAS

and

bore gules, argent; Jenyns'


Roll) bore,
Roll.

Cobham,

Sir John, a baron of the Exchequer 1297 bore, gules, on a chevron or three lyonceux rampant sable. Nobility Roll ascribed to another JOHN (J) in Dering Roll.
;

Cogan, Sir Richard-(K. in. Ashmole gules, three leaves vert


;

Cogeshall, "William

(R.

n.

Roll)

bore,
;

Cobham,

Sir
;

Roll) bore, gules, on a chevron or three fleursde-lys azure Parliamentary Roll. (Ascribed also to JOHN in Howard Roll and Jenyns' Sir RICHARD, of Kent, bore Ordinary). mullets in lieu of fleurs-de-lys,

Henry

de, of Kent

(E. n.

argent, a cross between four escallops sable Surrey and Parly. Rolls for an Essex Knight.

Cokayn, John

(R. n. Roll) bore, argent, three cocks (2 and i) gules; Surrey Roll. three cocks Argent, passant sable, in Ashmole Roll. See also THOMAS DE COKEFIELD HENRY DE COKINGTON bore the reverse.
;

Cobham, John de
gules, de-lys

(E.

in.

Roll)

bore,
fleurs-

on a chevron or between three


azure
{sic},

of Trusley, co. Derby E. i u. ) L Coke, bore, gules, three crescents and a canton or.
(

Hugh,
F.

as

many

estoiles

sable

Shirley.]
;

Cotgrave

Roll.

Cokke, Thomas
bore,

(or

COLKE)

(E. in. Roll)


;

Cobham, Reginald,

a baron 1342, K.G.


(

sable

three bendlets

argent

Jenyns'

bore, at the second Dunstable tournament 1334, F. ) ules, on a chevron or three estoiles sable. ir JOHN bore the same at the siege of Calais differenced with a label or. 1345-8, (3)

Ordinary.

{Cokefeld, Robert and


Dering and Howard Rolls.

Adam

(H.

in.

Roll) bore, gules, a fleur-de-lys ermine.

(F.)

Cobham, Sir Reginald


;

bore, at the siege of Calais 1345, argent, on a chevron sable three estoiles or Cotton MS.

Cokefeld
gules, Roll.

(? (H. in. Roll) bore, six fleurs-de-lys argent St. Georee F.


;

Adam) de

Cobham,
MS.

Sir
;
;

John
gules,

bore, at the siege of

Cokefeld,
Ordinary.

on a chevron or three see Monumental Brass. Borne also by STEPHEN, Bishop of Lincoln, Harl.
Calais 1345-8 martlets sable
1481, fo. 64.

de (E. in. Roll) bore, argent, three cocks (passant) gules Jenyns'
;

Thomas

See COKAYN.

Cobham,

John, of Blackburgh in Devon bore, gules, on a chevron or three eaglets sable and THOMAS fit Henry of Beluncle in Hoo, Kent, differenced with crescents in lieu of eaglets; Harl. MS. 1481, fo. 64.
;

John de, of Norfolk E. n. Roll) bore a/Aire, a cross checquy argent and gules; Parly. Roll and Jenyns' Ordinary. Cokefleld, Sir Richard, of Suftolk (E. n. Roll) bore, azure, a cross between four cocks See also passant or Parliamentary Roll.
Cokefeld, Sir
;

Tiles in bore, at

Neath Abbey,

p. ix.

Cobham, Sir Reynold


"Codrington, John,
Glouc.
,

or

Richard

de,

of Kent (E. II. Roll) bore, gules, on a chevron or three mullets azure Parly. Roll.
;

Cokefeld, Sire
argent,

Henry de

(COCFELD)
1322,

the battle of Boroughbridge

of

Codrington,

co.

arms confirmed 5 July 1441, or i July 1442, per R. Leigh clar. altered 23 May 1445, "as worne by him in the servrce (as standard

SIR

JOHN COBHAM.

IN THE CHANCEL AT COBHAM, 1375-1407. After Gough.

a saltire engrailed sable, a label (3) Sir SIMON, of Suffolk, bore the same gules. at the first Dunstable tournament 1308 (F. ); thev are ascribed also to ROBERT in Jenyns'
Ordinary.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OP ARMS.

Cokerell,
crusilv, three Roll.

(H. III. Roll) bore, gules, cocks argent. (F. ) St. George

Colvile, Sir John (and William)


Roll) bore, or,
crosslet
; ;

(K. in.

Cokerell, Robert (KOKERELL)


Roll) bore,
gules.
(F.
)

or,

(H. in. a cross between four cocks


Roll.

on a fess gules three crosses fitch^e in Ashmole Roll argent PHILIP took up the cross Jenyns' Ordinary. in the last Crusade 1270.

Arden

Colvile, Sir
(E. in.

Cokerington, Gilbert de
Jenyns' Ordinary.

Roll)
;

bore, argent, on a cross sable a mullet or

Robert de, of Yorkshire E. II. Roll) bore, or, a fess gules in chief three torteaux(F.) Parliamentary Roll. Borne also by JOHN in Surrey Roll and ROBERT of
;

Dale

in Jenyns'

Ordinary.

Cokerington, John de
;

(K. in. Roll) bore, argent, a chevron between three cocks passant gules Jenyns' Roll and Ordinary.

Colvile,

Cokesey, Walter de
gules, crusily

and on

St.

and a fess argent. George Rolls.

(H. in. Roll) bore,


(F.
)

de-(H. in. Roll) bore, Arden and St. gules, billette or 4, 5, 4, 3, 2 billets and colours reversed Rolls. Six George F. in Howard Roll.
;

William

T(\fh

Arden

Colvile, Sir
azure,
(F.)

Robert
in

Cokesey, Walter
Surrey Roll.

two bars or, Ashmole Roll.

Roll) bore, chief three bezants;


(F..

in.

(R. II. Roll) bore, argent, a bend azure three cinquefoyles pierced or

Colvyle, Sir

JCokington, Henry de
gules,

Roll

and Dering
at the
first

(H. in. Roll) bore, three cocks, 2 and i, argent; Arden nine cocks, 3, 3, 2, i. (F.) in Howard
Rolls.

J. (H. vi. Roll) bore, or, three chess rooks gules quarterly with, azure a lyon rampant argent collared and armed gules
;

Atkinson Roll.

Colevile, Sir
bezants
;

Robert of Blakamor
two bars or and
Roll.

(E. in.

Roll) bore, azure

in chief three

Cokyn, Sir Renard or Roland de

Ashmole

bore,

Dunstable tournament 1308, bendy Sir RENARD bore (6) gules and ermine. (F. ) the reverse (E. n.) Parliamentary Roll; and THOMAS bore bendy (6) argent and gules
;

Colvile,

Jenyns' Roll.

Coldington
bore,
sable,

v.

G-oldington.
of Kent (H. vi. Roll) swans' heads and necks
Roll.

of Cambridgeshire (E. in. Roll) bore, argent a cross patonce gules, borne also by PERCEHAYE, and are in " et son en debate" Jenyns' Ordidispute are also ascribed to Sir arms These nary. HENRY (or ROBERT) in Parliamentary Roll, PHILIP (F.) in Arden Roll, and ROBERT and

Henry,

WALTER

Collay, Sir Robert,


three
;

HENRY

in

erased argent

Arundel

same arms moline and

Collingborne (COLYNGBORN)
VI.

an (Essex
;

?)

to bear the variously tricked as flory, pat^e or patonce and is also blasoned recercelee.
is

BKRENGAR LE MOYNE
the cross

Jenyns'

Ordinary
is

in

this

last

said

Knight (H. Roll) bore, quarterly or and azure, acrossmolinecounterchanged Arundel


Roll.

Colwyk
second
;

Colne, William
a
fess

a Suffolk Knight (H. VI. Roll) ) bore, argent, on a bend azure three besants, in the cantel a cross crosslet fitch^e of the
(

(E. in.

Roll) bore,
;

sable,

Arundel

Roll.

between two chevronels argent


n.

Jenyns'

Ordinary.

Colworthe, Richard de
bore, vair argent
Roll.

(H.

in.

Roll)

Colpeper, Thomas
in chief

and
or

gules.

(R. Roll) bore, argent, a chevron sable between five martlets

ROBERT

RICHARD
(H.

(F. ) St. George in Jenyns' Ordi-

and two in base gules, quarterly with, argent, a bend engrailed gules Surrey Roll.
;

nary.

Comale, Robert de
azure, a

in.

Roll) bore,

Colshill, Thomas (R.n.Roll)bore, checquy argent and sable (on the second checque), a
crescent or, a chief of the last
;

semee of escallops

or,
)

argent;

Howard

Roll.

(F.

a lyon rampant See CORMAYLE.

Surrey

Roll.

F.

Combe, Sir John

Columbers, Maheu de
(i)
)

(H. in. Roll)bore, argent, a chief gules, Glover Roll; (2) (E. III. gules a chief argent, a cross-recercelee (moline in trick) counterchanged Jenyns' Ordinary. In St. George and Arden Rolls the chief becomes per fess and argent gules, and the cross moline counterchanged. F.
;

-(E. in. Roll) bore, argent, a chevron engrailed gules between Ashmole Roll. F. three black birds proper

(COUMBK)
;

10

oa

Combe, Richard de
F.

(E.

in.

Roll) bore,

ermine three ("leopardes lyonceux passant") lyons passant gardant gules j Jenyns' Ordinary.

"Colvyle,

John

Compton, Sir Robert


Tib. D.
10.

bore, sable, three


;

(R.
;

n.

a lyon rampant argent

Roll)

bore, azure,
(F.)

esquires' helmets visors up, or

Cotton MS.

Surrey Roll.

Sir

F.

GEOFFREY,
;

of co. Line. (Parliamentary Roll), bore this coat differenced with a label (3) gules and JOHN, of Mershland (Jenyns' Ordinary), bore the reverse with the same label.

Colvile,
;

Lincolnshire (E. in. Roll) bore, or, a fess gules Jenyns' Roll and Ordinary. Sir SYMON or EMOUN, of co. Line, and WALTER bore the same, and another WALTER differenced his coat with a mullet argent.

John and Osmond,

af

Bytham,

in

Colvile, Sir
Calais 1345-8

Thomas
;

or, on a fess gules three lyonceux rampant of the field. Borne, with (F.) the lyonceux argent, by Sir Thomas and

bore, at the siege of

Thomas,

of Codwald, or

Cokewald

Jenyns'

Ordinary, Parliamentary Roll.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS

Conyers, Sir John and Robert


and E.
in.

*[Compton, Thomas de
helmets 2

(H.

in.)

bore,

on a chevron three fleurs-de-lys THOMAS, of Fenny Compton, bore, sable three esquires'

&

(E. n. Roll) bore, azure, a maunch or; Parliamentary Roll and Jenyns' Ordinary (Sir ROBERT bore the reverse Parliamentary Roll); CHRISTOPHER and another, ROBERT, bore the coat differenced with an annulet sable Surrey Roll and Jenyns' Ordinary.
;

argent.
(E.
.

Shirley.
I.

F.

Conyers
JOHN
in

Comyn, John
Comyn,
Roll)

Roll) bore, gules three

garbs or. (F. ) Ascribed also to Sir the Guillim Roll. See BUCHAN.

a Yorkshire Knight (H. VI. Roll) bore, azure, a maunch or charged with a torteaux, quarterly with St. Quintin, or, a chevron gules and a chief vair Arundel Roll.
(

),

Sir John,
argent,

bore,
;

of Lincol lnshire (E. n. and three garbs crusily a

Conyers, Sir Robert -(E.


;

gules

Parliamentary Roll.
(H. in. Roll) bore, azure, semee

Comyn,

in. Roll) bore, azure, a maunch ermine Ashmole and Cotgrave Rolls and Jenyns' Ordinary. Cotgrave also blasons, azure a maunch argent for

CONYERS.

of estoiles or, a chief argent, over all three garbs argent (sic) (? counterchanged) banded gules. (K.) St. George Roll. Harl. 6137

Conyers, Robert
fusils

MS

maunch azure
(

(E. n. Roll) bore, or five conjoined in fess sable, guarterlywithor, Jenyns' Roll.
;

fo. 78.

Coote
Roll.

*[Congrsve, 'William, K.
of

CAMPION,

sable, a

n. bore the arms chevron between three


}

a Suffolk Knight (H. VI. Roll) bore, argent, three coots 2 and i sable Arundel
),
:

battle axes argent.

Shirley.

F.

*Cope, William, of Essex, gentleman


Roll)

(H.

VI.

Conquest, Sir John,


;

of Beds. (E. n. Roll) bore, quarterly argent and sable, a label (3) Roll. gules Parliamentary
(E. i. Roll)bore, Sir ROBERT bore the gules quarterly vair and " " same with a bend engrele or Nativity Roll, though gules and vair in the Parliamentary Roll. This coat is more often blasoned in the Rolls quarterly gules and vair a bendlet (vet
;
;

bore, argent, on a chevron azure between three roses gules slipped and leaved vert as many fleurs-de-lys of the field Arundel
;

Roll.

Constable, Sir "William

Copuldick, John-(R. n. Roll (bore, argent, a chevron between three crosses crosslet gules Surrey Roll. F.
;

JCorane, Sire dean inescocheon


Roll.

(H. in. Roll) bore, argent, sable, a label (5) gules Dering
;

F.

baston) or, for Sir JOHN, Sir

MARMADUKE,

*Corbet, Peter, Baron


or,

RICHARD and ROBERT.


(

Constable

of Flamborough, in Yorks. (E. in. Roll) bore, quarterly gules and vair a " baston argent parmy "(across) "legules" Cotgrave Roll. For parmy see also DACRE and
),
;

RAYNSFOHD.

of Caux 1297 bore, a corbyn (or raven) sable Nobility, Parand Ashmole Rolls. This latter liamentary gives the same coat also for CORBET within a bordure engrailed gules. Corbet, Sir Peter bore, at the battle of Falkirk 1298, or two corbeaux (corbyns) sable (F. ), and so sealed the Barons' letter to the
;

Constable, Sir John


Constable, Roald

Knighted at the capitulation of Calais 1348, bore quarterly vair and gules a border engrailed or. F.
de Richmond (H. III. Roll), bore, gules, a chief and two Glover Roll or, possibly intended to gemelles be the same as in the next.
le,
:

THOMAS

Pope

1301, as

DE CAUX,

Lord de Caux. pp.

xviii, xxiv.

ROBERT

(J)

THOMAS,

of Herefordshire, bore

the

and Sir same


;

Dering and Parly. Rolls. Corbet, Sir Roger -(E.


corbyns
sable
Roll.

in. Roll) bore,

two
;

bordure

engrailed
at

gules

Ashmole

Constable, Robert,
Ordinary.

Roll) bore, barry of six or

of Holderness and azure

Corbet, Sir
2

Thomas- bore,
130*!,

the

first

(E. HI.
;

Dunstable tournament

Jenyns'

and

or three corbyns

sable.

Constantyn

v.

Costantyn.
(R. n. Roll) bore, sable,
;

(E. n.), ROGER (E. i.j.and Wiu.iAM(H. in.); Jenyns', Segar and Arden Rolls.

(F.

Borne also by RAI-E

Corbet,
six

Thomas

(H.
;

in.

Roll) bore,
;

or,

Conway, Henry

on a bend argent cotised ermine a rose gules between two annulets or Surrey Roll.

corbyns 3, 2, i sable, on a quarter gules two lyons passant argent Arden Roll three F. lyons in St. George Roll.

HERCHE
THE HERALDIC ATCHIEVEMENT
OF

WILLIAM,

5 th

MARQUIS OF NORTHAMPTON.

THE

NAMES

OE

THE
IN

QUARTERINGS

WITH REFERENCES TO

THE HERALDIC AUTHORITIES


It is

THE BRITISH MUSEUM.


will,

hoped

that the letters in the second column,

which indicate the row of quarterings in (he shield, facilitate reference to the atchievement opposite.

with the accompanying numerals,

NAMES

SHIELD REFERENCES

54

mi//T

FEUDAL

COA TS OF ARMS.

V
Cornwall, John de
;

Corbet, Sire Johan


Hunmghbridge

bore, at the battle of 1322, argent, two bars and a F. quarter gules, a label argent.
at the second Dunstable tournament 1334, argent two bars gules " un fece d'asure."

(R. n. Roll) bore, six crosses argent, three fusils in bend between sable fitchfc crosslet Surrey Roll.

Corbet, William - Iwre, Corbet, Sir Roger


gules on F. argent.

Cornwall, Richard de(H.


)

lation "of Calais 1348,

at the capitubore, argent two bars a canton of the last a cinquefoyle

Knighted

in. Rolllbore, argent on a fess sable three besants (plates Arden and St. in the Dering Roll). (F. George Rolls. ROBKRT (J) bore the same in the Ashmole Copy of the Dering Roll.

Cornwall, Sir Richard


;

Corbet, Robert-(R. "


Roll.
in

Roll) bore, argent, two bars and a canton gules, ROBKRT son fitz. differenced with a lalwl (3)
;

Knighted at the on a capitulation of Calais 1348 bore argent, bend sable three plates a marginal note adds puto or, i.e. besants.
of the

Ashmole

argent Surrey Thiaooct ascribed toSir ROBERT(E. in.)


Roll.

Cornwall, Sir Walter de,


-

West

Corbridge,
a
fess fusily

(E.

gules

and

in. Roll) bore, ermine, vair (a better blason


fess gules five

may
vair)
in

be,
;

ermine on a
Roll.

Ashmole

lozenges

a cross sable Sir bezantee (5, 9) Parliamentary Roll. LAURENCE of the North, bore, argent a cross Roll Parliamentary patonce sable bezantee and Jenyns' Ordinary, in which latter the
(K.

n.

Roll) bore, argent,


;

Corder, Sir (Jalyon


Ashmole
Roll)
l 345-8,

(altered to Sir WILLIAM bore, at the siege of Calais or. on a chief indented (or dancett^e) azure, three crosses crosslet of the field. F.

cross

is

tricked flory.

Corry, Sir Walter de,


Cospatrick, Thomas,

of

Cumberland ;

(E. II. Roll) bore, argent, a saltire sable, on a chief azure three cinquefoyles or Parly. Roll.

Cormayle, Sir John-(E.


argent, three
;

in.

Roll) bore,

of

Workington

Parliamentary Rolls

crows proper Ashmole and bee also COMAI.K.


; ;

(E. in. Roll) bore, argent, fretty gules, a chief azure, according to the blason, but

Cormmale, Richard de-(H.


Howard
when he
Roll.

in. Roll) bore, argent, on a fess sable three bezants

tricked, argent, three chevronels interlaced in base gules, a chief azure, same as CHRISTOPHER CURWEN. Jenyns' Ordinary.

Cornerth, Sir
Knighted

Richard,

of

Suffolk-

at the capitulation of Calais 1348, bore, azure a fess between two chevronelsor. (F.) Bornealso by THOMAS (R. n. ); and by Sir THOMAS GRAY in Surrey Roll
;

Cossington, Stephen (H. in. Roll) bore, Howard Roll (a single azure three roses or
;

Ashmole

Roll.
;

Ascribed also to rose in Jenyns' Ordinary). Sir WILLIAM of Hants in the Parliamentary and Surrey Rolls.

Cornwall, John of Eltham, EARL OF fz


the second Dunstable tournament 1334, England within a bordureof France. See Effigy.

tCossington, Stephen
azure, crusily
or.

EDWARD

n. bore, at

and

(F.

Dering

(H. in. Roll) bore, three cinquefoyles pierced No crosslets in the Roll.
of Essex

Ashmole Copy.

Cornwall, Piers G-ayeston, II.


(E.

Earl

of

Costantyn, William,
;

and

Roll) bore, vert six eagles displayed 3 3 or Arundel Roll (H. VI.).
;

Roll) bore, argent, a chevron gules three hurts Arundel Roll.

(H. vi. between


Roll)
Roll.

Cornewall, Sir

bore, at the first Dunstable tournament 1308, and at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322, argent, a lyon rampant gules crowned or debruised by a baston sable thereon five bezants. (F.); Add. MS. 58481110 l>aston in Harl. MS. 6137
fo - 37)*ir

Edmond de

Cotel, Sir Ellis, of Somerset (E. II. bore, or, a bend gules Parliamentary
;

THOMAS

also bore

it

Jenyns' Ordinary.
(E.
in.

Cotenham, John de

Roll) bore,
;

EDMOND,
;

bezants on the l>end

in Cotgrave Roll. Sire GEOFFREY bore it at the battle of Horoughbridge 1322 with three mullets (6) or, on the bend.

SVMON

of Oxon. bore, three as did Parly. Roll


;

barry dancette'e (8) argent and gules, tricked as barry dancette'e (6) gules and argent Jenyns' Ordinary. of Cotes, co. Stafford, wrongfully *[Cotes bore the arms of KNiGHTI.EY which see,
( )

Erdeswick

Shirley. ]

These two Boroughbridge coats are also ascribed to Sir EDMOND and Sir GEFFRFY CUKTF.NEYK in that Roll an instructive
blunder.

(F.)

Cotingham,
passant argent
sable, a
;

(E.

iv.

Roll) bore, sable,


;

two hinds (perhaps

colts)

with crest

passant counterBallard Roll.


in.

Cornwall Richard
of

and

Cottingham, John de-(E.

Roll)bore,

(E. I. Roll) bore, argent, a lyon rampant gules crowned or, within a bordure sable Uv.antee(F.) in all the Rolls. Sir EDWARD bore the same E. in.); Ashmole Roll. Sir
(

Edmund,

Earls

JOHN,

K.<;.

(H.

iv.),

K. 400

bore the bordure engrailed,

fo. 21.

Cornwall, John,

a baron 1433 bore, at the siege of Rouen 1418, ermine, a lyon rampant crowned 'or within a bordure sable gules bezantee. Borne also by* UK v.\ s Surrey Roll.
;

EDWARD

EARL OF CORNWALL, 2ND SON OF


n.,

JOHN OF ELTHAM,
IN ST.

chevron engrailed between three quills Jenyns' Roll. (? plumes) argent "[Cotton, Roger, of Alkington, Cheshire (R. II.) bore, azure, a chevron between three hawks' lures (or cotton hanks) argent. Shir;

ley.]

F.

EDMUND CHAPEL,
1334.

WESTMINSTER ABBEY,
After Stothard.

tCotun, (6) argent

in. Roll) bore, barry azure, in chief three buckles to the dexter Arden and gules tongues Jenyns' Rolls, where it is also tricked argent

Raffe de-(H.
and

two bars azure, &c.

John

V C x'n/tieay l-

Rictj

a.

Cornma\le

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

55

THE HERALDIC ATCHIEVEMENT


OF

AGNES ELIZABETH

(n<fe

COURTENAY),

VISCOUNTESS HALIFAX.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

<*'

Ccr tenet

Coucy, Robert do

Thomas
;

and gules

n. (K. in. St. (F.)


;

Ordinary with a bend or for THOMAS in Norfolk Roll. INGELRAM, Earl of Bedford, K.G., 1366, bore it quarterly with, gules, a fess argent K. 398 fo. 43. Coudray, Sire Thomas da, of Berks bore, at the first Dunstable tournament 1308, and at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322, gules, billettee or. (F. ) Borne also by PIERS and \VIIJ.IAM; Arden, St. George, Parly., Cotgrave,
;

in. (H. Roll) and Roll) bore, barry(6)vair George Roll and Jenyns'

Courtenay, Monsyor
of

Rouen

azure,

bore, at the siege 1418, or, three torteaux, a label (3) on each pendant as many annulets
)

argent (F.); plates in the Ashmole MS., and so borne by Mons. PHILIP (R. II. Surrey Roll,

and

Sir

PETKR, K.G.

1388,

K. 399

fo. 25.

Courtsnav, Sir Philip,


; ;

of Somersetshire (E. II. Roll) bore, or, three torteaux, a bend gobony argent and azure Parliamentary Roll Harl. MS. 6137 fo. 7 b a bend azure in Harl.
;

MS. 4033

fo. 33.

See Sir PHILIP, 1308.

and Jenyns'

Rolls.

Sir

THOMAS
;

differenced
Roll.
*

with a label of three azure

Coudray
bore,

or

Caundray,
or,

-and
;

Ashmole

Courtenay, Sir Edmond and Sir Geoffsry. See Sir EDMOND and Sir GEOFFERY
CORNEWAYLE.
L

rtufy

gules, billettee Ashmole Roll.

(E. HI. Roll) a bend vair


;

Courthope
c.

),

of Goudhurst,

Sussex

Coupen, Sir Raymond


gules, Roll.
six

bore, argent, a fess azure between three estoiles sable - Shirley.] F.

1413

(E. n. Roll) bore,

pens erect argent

Parliamentary

Cove, Sir John,


first

K.

of Norfolk bore, at the Dunstable tournament 1308, gules, a bend


written as Parly. Roll, &c.
;

Coupland,
gent,

Sr. de -(E. n. Roll) bore, ara chief gules Jenyns' Roll. Same as WILLIAM FORS. Earl of Albemarle.
;

argent cotised or

COUE, COWE,

and TONYK.
a

{Covert, Roger le
(F.
)
;

Coupland, John de
Roll.

fess ermine, in chief

(H. in. Roll) bore, gules, two mullets pierced or,

(R.

n.

Roll)

bore,
;

argent, on a cross sable a mullet of the field Surrey Roll. The mullet is pierced in Jenyns'

Dering and Howard Rolls. The fess is between three mullets, or in the Ashmole

MS.

Couffolds

*Courtenay, Sir

de, banneret a baron 1299, Earl of Devon 1335 bore, at the battle ofFalkirk 1298, or, in chief three tor;

Hugh

(H. vi. Roll) bore, argent


;

five

barrulets

and a quarter gules

Arundcl Roll.
in.

Cowlsy, Sir Robert (COVELEY)-(E.


;

teaux. a label azure. The label distinguished the English from the elder branch settled in

Roll) bore, argent, on a chevron sable, three Ashmole Roll. leopards' faces or

France.

Cozans, Sir William

Knighted

at the

Courtenay,

Hugh
;

de, banneret

bore, at

the siege of Carlaverock 1300, or, three torteaux (2 and i) a label azure (F.) (with a label of five in NICOLAS) as also did Sir PHILIP at the first Dunstable tournament 1308 (F. ); borne also by Sir HUGH, K.G., a founder, and Sir PIERS, K.G. Another HUGH bore the same at the second Dunstable tournament 1334, on which occasion THOMAS bore it with a baston azure; Guillim, St. George, and Howard Rolls.

capitulation of Calais 1348, bore, argent, a F. fusily sable, a label (5) gules.

bend
bore,
;

Craddok, Richard
argent,

(R.

n.

Roll)

on a chevron azure three garbs or


or, St.

Surrey Roll.

Craili,

John (H. in. Roll) bore, between four mullets gules. (F. ) Roll. See TRAYLEY.

a cross

George

Crameville, Sire Johan de


mullets in orle.
F.

bore, at the
ini.e.

Courtenay, Sir Hugh- -bore,

azure, each pendant charged with as many crescents of the field besants, in Cotton MS. annulets in Harl. MS. (F. ) Sir HUGH, who was knighted at the capitulation of Calais 1348, bore, or, three torteaux, a label (5) azure,

at the siege of Calais 1345-8, or, three torteaux, a label (3)

battle of Boroughbridge 1322, gules, an escocheon and a bordure mollettee argent

Crane
bore,

),

a Suffolk Knight

argent,

fess
;

crosslet fitchee gules

(H. vi. Roll) between three crosses Arundel Roll.

on each pendant a fleur-de-lys argent F. and PHILIP of Powderhr.m differenced with plates
(

Crawcestre, John
.

in lieu

of fleurs-de-lys

Harl.

MS.

1481

fo.

55.

(E. n. Roll) bore, quarterly or and gules in the first a martlet sable Jenyns' Roll.
;

Courtenay, (Hugh

4th), Earl of

Devon-

bore, at the siege of Rouen 1418, or, three torteaux quarterly with, or, a lyon rampant azure (for RKDVKRS). In the Grimaldi (F. Roll the Earl of Devonshire's coat is blasoned or three gastrels gules (besants) a label azure.
)

Crek, Walter de

bore,

at

the second

Dunstable tournament 1334, argent a bend azure three " wyfres "i.e. cotises wavy. (F. ) See nlso BENHALE ante and " Archteologia," Vol. 31, 247, where they are quaintly defined as
vipers' nests.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

[Creke, Sir

John

de, bore

sable three lozenges vair. Brass.]

or, on a fess See Monumental

Crey, Sir "William de (KROY),


.

of

Kent

Creon, Maurica ds
joined
3, 3, i or.

bore, at the siege of

bore, at the first Dunstable tournament 1308, gules, a cross engrailed or, over all a baston azure. See also Parliamentary Roll. (F.
)

Carlaverock 1300, gules, seven mascles conF.

Criketoft,
Ordinary
;

John
;

(E. in. Roll) bore, lozengy

or and sable (F.)

Ashmole

Roll

and Jenyns'

Crepin.William
three bars gules See also CRISPIN.

(H. in. Roll) bore, argent "engrelles" ; Norfolk Roll.

same
JCriell,

as

WILLIAM BLUNDE.

blasoned mascles, tricked lozengy

Nicholas de,

baron
Roll

Creppinge, Sir John de, of Lincolnshire (E.


in
II.

gules, a chief or, Nobility and gules, in Dering Roll.

1297 bore, per fess or

lyon rampant argent

Roll) bore, gules, billettee or, and a Parly. Roll. Gutteed'or F. Segar Roll.
;

Oriel,
bore,

Nychole de

(CRYEI.)-(H. HI. Roll)


three annulets

per fess or and gules,

Creppings, Richard de-(H.


bore, checquy or
(F.
)

in.

Roll, gules.

and azure, a crescent


Roll. (E.
.11.

counterchanged "tertoleres" (F. ); Vincent MS. No. 165, 151" and Harl. MS. 1068 fo. 172 (F.). Perhaps ORIEL, which see.

St.

George

Criol,

Cressner, John
on a
chief

Roll) bore,

azure
gules
;

John (KYRIET.) bore, at the second Dunstable tournament 1348, or, three chevronels and a canton gules. F.
K. G.

argent

three

chaplets

Jenyns' Roll.

Criol, Sir Thomas,


;

H.

vi. Roll) bore,

Cressy, William de,


(25 E.
I.

banneret, a baron

bore, argent, a lyon rampant tail fourchee sable. (F. ) Nobility and Arundel Rolls (borne also by CLIFTON, of Hodsall,

1297)

or two chevronels (a chevron et demye) and a Atkinson Roll. BERTRAM (J) quarter gules (F. ) or ROBERT, JOHN and Sir NICHOLAS of Kent bore the same Dering, Parly., Howard,
;

Jenyns' and Surrey Rolls.

Notts) a label

Sir
(3)

ROGER, of Yorkshire bore


;

it

with

^Crispin, "William

gules

Parliamentary Roll.

Creston, Sir Thomas (or CRISTON) -( H. vi.


Roll) bore, gules, a saltire engrailed argent Atk'inson Roll.
;

'" (H. Roll) bore, lozengy argent and gules (or, in Dering Roll). (F. ) JOHN differenced it with a label (5) azure Howard Roll. See also CREPIN.
;

Cristemasse.

Cretinges,
the
siege

baron 1332 -bore, at Carlaverock 1300, argent, a F. ) chevron between three mullets gules. (
of

John da, a

See CHRISTMAS. Croft, Sir Hugh, of Salop -bore,

at the first

Borne also by ADAM, JOHN,

ROBKRT
in

in

others they

OSMOND and some tricks the mullets are pierced become spur-rowells.
,

Dunstable tournament 1308, quarterly per fess ndented azure and argent (in the first quarer) a lyon passant gardant or (F. ) and Parly Roll H. 6137 fo. 271*. In Harl. MS. 4033 the tinctures are reversed, the lyon appearing in the second quarter. In the Ashmole Roll
it is erroneously tricked per pale indented, &c.

Ore tinge, Sir John,


;

of Suffolk -(E. n. Roll) bore, argent, a chevron gules between'/ three torteaux Parliamentary Roll.
in.

and a

chief

JCrevequer, Robert and Hamon-(H.


Roll) bore,
;

or a cross voided gules. (F. ) the cross Glover, Dering and Arden Rolls voided of the field in Camden and Howard. of
;

Creveker, Sir Robert,


Roll), bore, gules, Roll.

Kent-(E.

n.

a cross or

Parliamentary

Grey, Sir Robert de la

bore, at the

first

Dunstable tournament 1308, argent, an inescocheon gules over all a bendlet sable. F\

Crey, Sir
and

Simon de, of Kent- (E. John de (E. in. Roll) bore,


(F.
)
1

n. Roll)

cross engrailed or.

gubs, a Parliamentary Roll

SIR

JOHN DE CREKE.
After Waller.

and Jenyns Ordinary a copy of the Dering Roll adds for SIMON (J) " in dexter chief an
eagle displayed, Harl.

MS. 6i37/gob ."

IN WESTLEY WATERLESS CHURCH, IN CAMBRIDGESHIRE, 1325.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF

THE HERALDIC ATCHIEVEMENT


BORNE BY

RALPH CREYKE,

ESQ.,
1894.

OF RAWCTJFFE HALL, YORKSHIRE; HIGH SHERIFF,

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

59

Crofte, Nicholas de

(E.

in.

lozengy argent and sable (mascles in blason) borne Jenyns' Ordinary and Ballard Roll also by Sir PETER LEE of co. Lane.
;

Roll) tore,
;

Cudemsrs, John de
Roll.

(F,.

i.

Roll)
;

bore,

gyronny (12) or and sable, (F. ), (in the centre what mignt be mistaken for a pellet) Segar

Croke

v.

Sir

Thomas Blount.
(H. in. Roll) bore, azure three

JCudham, Oliver and Robert de


in. Roll) bore,

(H.
fess

Croke, Piers
crooks or;
St.

checquy gules and argent a


;

George
fo. 86>>.

Roll.

Birds' heads in

azure (F.); Dering Roll

reversed,

i.e.

argent

Harl. MS. 6137, ROBERT took up


1270.

F. NICHOLAS and the cross in the last Crusade

and

gules, in the
(

Cuffolds
FFOLDS)
barrulets

),

Ashmole MS. an Essex Knight (?CowRoll)


(E.

Crokedayke, Sir
ermine three
pellets
;

Adam
(H.

(H.

VI.

bore,
I.

argent,

five

de, 1297
in.

bore,

and a quarter gules; Arundel

Roll.

Nobility Roll.
Roll) bore, a chief of the last

Crombe, Simon de

Cuggeho, Nieolde
Camden
Roll.

Roll ) bore, gules,


(F. );

a fess between three lozenges argent

argent, a chevron gules on three escallops of the first (F.); St. George Roll. In the Arden Roll, the field ermine and the escallops or, sometimes argent.

Cuggeho, "William
gules, a fess
(F.
) ;

(H.

in.

Roll)

bore,
;

St.

and in chief three mascles argent George and Parliamentary Rolls


in. Roll)bore, argent
;

Cromwell, John de

bore, at the siege of Carlaverock 1300, azure, a lyon rampant F. argent tail fourchee, ducally crowned or.
Roll) bore, gules,
six

COGGENHO, Northants. Cuilly, Hugh de (E.

Cromwell, Sir John de,

and Parliamentary Rolls, and Jenyns' Ordinary.

banneret (E. i. annulets or; Nativity


(E.
i.

a chevron between three mullets sable CotWritten TUYLEY in Jenyns' grave Roll. Sir HUGH of Notts bore (E. II. Ordinary.
Roll) ogresses in the place of mullets
;

Parlia-

Cromwell, SireRaufde
Roll); Guillim
i.

Roll) bore,

mentary
IV.

Roll.
alias

argent, a chief azure, surmounted by a bendlet gules, (F. ); (SIMON bore the same, E. in.

Culchsth, Randolph,
Roll) bore,
;

HINDLEY

(E.

sable,
;

and

St.

George

Rolls.

argent

with crest

a gryphon Ballard Roll.

segreant

Cromwell, John,

of Tatishall, baron 1308 RAUFE(E. Roll) and THOMAS of Lamlay in. bore, (E. Roll) argent, a chief gules sur-

Curson, Sire Roger de -bore


)

mounted by a baston azure Segar and Arundel Rolls and Jenyns' Ordinary.
;

at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322, checquy or and sable, a fess argent. (F. JOHN-(E. in. Roll) bore, checquy or and azure, a fess argent, a label (3)

gules

Cromwell, Sire Richard de


azure, (F.
)

bore, at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322, argent, a chief surmounted a baston gules by gobony or and

Curson, John

Jenyns' Ordinary. bore, at the siege of

Rouen

1418, ermine a bend counter-compony argent and sable (F. ) MONSYER CURSON bore on

and

in Jenyns'

Ordinary.

Cromwell, Sir Raulf

(R. II. chief ermine, quarterly with, argent gules surmounted by a baston sable Roll.

le (UE TATERSALE) Roll) bore, checquy or and gules, a


;

the same occasion this coat differenced with a martlet gules.

Curson, Robert

a chief Surrey

Cromwell, Sire John de


of Boroughbridge
1322,

Queynty cl'argent " frettee de ses armes d'Ermyne not tricked in the Ashmole Copy, made by BROOKE, York Herald, the blason has yet to be solved, though it rather points to the quarterly coat of RAUF. See also BERKELEY,, and facsimile, page xxvi.
;

"

bore, at the battle

bore, at the siege of Rouen 1418, gules, on a bend between six billets or, F. three escallops sable. Curson, Sir John, of Norfolk (E. n. Roll) bore, or, on a bend gules three besants
;

Parliamentary Roll.

*Curson, Roger
Surrey Roll.

(R.

n.

Roll) bore, argent,


;

on a bend sable three popinjays or, collared and membered gules a crescent of the last

Curteis

Crophill, Raffe
a
Jenyns' Ordinary.

(E.

ill.

Roll) bore, argent,

saltire gules frctty

or

Ashmole Roll and


in. Roll) bore, gules Arden Roll.
;

an Essex Knight (CORTEYS) (H. VI. Roll) bore, ermine on a canton gules an orle argent Arundel Roll.
(

),

Croupes, Richard da
argent, six

Curwan, Thomas de
-(H.
i

(H. in. Roll) bore,

lozenges
;

3, 2,

gules, fretty argent (F. Rolls.

Arden and

St.

George

Sir RICHARD bore mascles (E. n. Roll) with a label (3) azure Parliamentary Roll and in the St. George Roll it appears with a label of five also azure. F. See BRIDMANSTONE.
;

Curwen, Christopher

-(F,. in. Roll)bore,


;

Croxford,
Roll. F.

(E. III. Roll) bore, argent a chevron between three buckles sable 'garnished with mascles, tongues to the sinister Ashmole
;

argent, fretty gules, a chief azure THOMAS bore, argent fretty and a 'chief gules, Jenyn;' Ordinary, but they are tricked, probably in error, argent three chevrons interlaced in base the gules, a chief azure for CHRISTOPHER chief of the field, for THOMAS, Jenyns' Roll.
;

See COSPATRICK.

Crull,

(E. in. Roll) bore, gules, a chevron between three eagles displayed argent Ashmole Roll.
;

Cuaance, William
;

(E. in. Roll) bore, argent, a bend engrailed sable, in chief an of the last escallop Jenyns' Ordinary.

60

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

THE HERALDIC ATCHIEVEMENT


(SHIELD
II.,

BROUGHT
OF

IN BY

DACRE)

HENRY FITZALAN HOWARD,

K.G.,

15
114.

DUKE OF NORFOLK.

SEE ALSO PAGES 16 AND

NAMES AND BLAZONS OF THE QUARTERINGS


It is

SHIELD

II.

hoped

that the letters in the second column,

which indicate the row of quarterings

facilitate reference to

in the shield, will, with the accompanying numerals, the atchievement opposite.

NAMES

SHIELD REFERENCES

BLAZONS

REFERENCES TO THE VARIOUS MSS.

HOWARD

gules,

DACRE
MOUI.TON
ENGAYN.E

....

on a bend between six crosses crosslet fitchee argent, the honorable augmentation for services at the battle of Flodden. I Feb., 1513-14

Cott. Jul. C.

a 2 a 4

gules, three escallops argent

MORVILLE
TREVES

VAUX GRYMTHORP
GREYSTOKE LANCASTER

.... ....
.

a6
a7 a8
b
I

barry of six argent and gules a label (5) azure azure, florettee and a fret or gules, a fess dancettee between six crosses crosslet or (the field azure in H. 1375) argent, three (unmuzzled) bears passant 2 and I sable
(in pale, in
I

checquy or and

gules.

BOLEBEC MOUNTFICHET. FERRERS


.

....
.... ....
. .
. .

b2 b3
b 4

EARL OF CHESTER LUPUS, EARL OF CHESTER


LEOFRIC,

PEVERELI. KEVEI.IOK,

EARL OF MBRCIA

QUINCY

b5 b6 b; b8 b9
c
I

gules H. 218, f. 39 three cushions tasselled or gules, . argent, two bars gules on a canton of the last a lyon passant or vert, a lyon rampant or gules, three chevronels or . vair or and gules, a lyon in chief or . quarterly gules and vair or and vert, a lyon rampant ermine. azure, six garbs, 3, 2, I or
azure, a wolfs head erased sable sable, an eagle displayed or gules, seven mascles conjoined 3, 3, I or gules, a cinquefoyle pierced ermine fretty or and azure a bordure gules platey

burulee (14) argent and azure, three chaplets 2 and

BEI.I.OMONT
MEI.I.ENT.

C 2

WAJBR FlTZOSBORNE GRENTESMENH. *GAI.LOWAY MUSCEGROS AVENELL


BOTEI.ER

C3 C4
c 5

per pale or and sable a bend vair gti/es, a bend argent over all a fess or

c6
c 7 c 8
.

gules, a pale or. azure, a lyon rampant argent, crowned or gules, a lyon rampant or a label of five azure gules, a fess between six annulets or .
.

....... .... ....... ........ ........ ...... ...... ..... ...... .........
. .

AUGMENTATION vn. f. 237 Lansdowne872,ff. 13,16 Harl. 1178, f. 45

H. 4259, H. 1375,

f.
f.

I2'

49

H. 1375)

>

H. 1425

f.

12''

H.
j-

1415,

f.

119''
I2'
1

H. 4259,

f.

H. 807,

ff.

22''-23

Edmondson
H. 807, H. 807,
}
1

v.
v.

484 483

f.
f.

....
....

23 23
f.

H. 1047,

38"
12''

c 9

gules, a fess checquy argent fitchee of the second


gules,

PANTULF VERDON SUDLEY MOUNTFORD DE LA PLANCHE HAVERSHAM


. .

d 2

RHYS, RICE, or REES, PRINCE

.... ....
.

d3
d4

dS
d 6

d; d8
d 9
e i e 2

two bars ermine or fretty gules or two bends gules bendy of ten or and azure argent, billettee and a lyon rampant sable azure, a fess between six crosses crosslet argent gules, a lyon rampant and a bordure engrailed or a crescent for
difference

........ ....... ......... ........ ....


.......
....

and sable between

six crosses crosslet

H. 4259,
H. 1047,

f.

f.

39

H. 807,

f.

22

',

70"

OF SOUTH WALES BELISME TALBOT COMIN VALENCE MONCHENSI MARSHALL STRONGBOW


GIFFARD
.

.... .... ....

e6
e?

MACMORROCH
STRANGE GIFFARD
CLIFFORD
.
.

azure, a lyon rampant and a bordure or bendy of ten argent and gules gules, three garbs 2 and I, within the Royal tressureof Scotland all or barry of ten argent and azure, as many martlets 3, 2, 2, 3 gules . or, three escocheons harry of six vair, and gules gules, four lozenges in bend or . argent on a chief azure three crosses formee fitchee at the foot of the first gules, three lyons passant argent sable, three garbs 2 and I argent
argent, two lyons passant gules
gules, three lyons passant argent

II.

1396,

f.

304

e8 eg
f
f
i

HERDEBURGH
COI.VILI

NEVILL UCHTRED, LORD OF RABY


.
.

BULMER

FlTZRANDOLPH, GLANVILE PERCY

BREWER

CLAVERING FURNIVAL LOVETOT

VERDON

FlTZjOHN

BOTILER

LACY HlGOD GRENTESMENIL MARSHALL STRONGBOW


GIFFARD
.

.... .... .... .... .... .... .... ....


or
.

\\
f 7 f 8

checquy or and azure a bend gules on a gules, billettee and a fess argent, with BUTLER of canton gules, a fess counter-compony or and sable six crosses patee argent azure, a lyon rampant argent, a label (5) gules gules, on a saltire argent, a martlet sable for difference or, fretty gules, on a canton per pale ermine and or a galley sable

...... ...... ....... ...... ......


Wem

H,

1047,

f.

44

H. 1396,

f.

304

TALBOYS

f9 gi g2 63 B4 S3

gules, a lyon rampant or, billettee sable or, a chief indented azure azure, crusily and three crescents argent azure, five fusils conjoined in fess or
.

.... ..... ........ .....


.

H. 1047,

f.

39

H. 1396,

f.

304

gules,

two bends wavy or quarterly or and gules a bend sable argent, a bend between six martlets 3 and 3 gules argent, a lyon rampant per fess gules and sable quarterly or and gules, a bordure vair or, a fret gules (as Earl Marshal only, H. 154, f. 55)
.

H. 1047, H. 1411,

f. f.

37 54

or,
(T

a chevron dancettee azure

or, a fess gules

Q h i h 2

per pale argent and vert a lyon rampant gules gules, a pale or gules, four lozenges in bend or argent on a chief azure three crosses formee fitchee at the foot of the first
.

....... .......... .... .........


.
. . . .

.... .....

H. 1396,
D.

f.

304

ORMONDE
f.

H. 1395,

8
117'

H. 6125, H. 1396.. H. 1047,


Baronage

f.

f.

h 4

MACMORr.OGIl

DAGWORTH
*

h| h6
is

gules three lyons passant argent sable, three garbs 2 and I argent ermine, on a bend gules, three bezants
connection

...... .....
;

f.

304 44

Galloway

generally said to bring in Scott and Waltheof but

in this

it is

very doubtful

Alan probably had more than one

wife.

62

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

Duke William and

his

army came

to

Mont

Saint-Michel.

After the Bayeux Tapestry.

D
D'Abernon, Sir John,
of Surrey
;

(H.

in.

St. George Roll) bore, azure, a chevron or and Howard Rolls; see Mon. Brass; his son Sir JOHN differenced with a label (3) argent, at the first Dunstable tournament 1308, and at F. the battle of Boroughbridge 1322.

D'Abitot, Geoffrey,

of Hindlip, co.

Wore.

(H. in. Roll) bore, per pale gules and vert two lyons passant gardant argent another, or, two lyons passant gardant that in chief Arden and (K. gules, that in base azure. St. George Rolls.
)

D'Abitot, Sir William,


(E.
II.

or and

of co. Wore. Roll) bore, ermine, a chief bendy (6) sable Parliamentary Roll.
;

vr*r*

Dabridgcourt, Sir John (K.G.


at the siege of

1413) bore, 1418, ermine three bars Borne also by NlCOI. humettee gules. (F. and by SANCHET, K.G. a founder; Surrey Roll (R. II.). This coat by an heraldic illusion

Rouen

may be blasoned the reverse, bars and a bordure ermine.

viz.,

gules two

Dabridgecourt, John de

(R. n. Roll) bore, ermine, three bars humettee gules each charged with as many escallops or Parly. Roll.
;

Dacre, Sir William, of Cumberland

(E. i. (F. ) Roll) bore, gules, three escallops argent. Segar, Ashmole and Parliamentary Rolls.
(K. n. Roll) bore, gules, florettee or, three escallops Roll. argent Parliamentary
;

Dacre, SirEdward.ofCumberland Daore, Randolph

(H. in. Roll) bore, azure


)

on a cross or five escallops gules. {F. Arden and St. George Rolls; (same as NlCHOI, VILLKKS); in Jenyns' Ordinary the cross is described as p'my. See CONSTAHI.K and
R. \YNSFORI>.
-z

Da^nall, Robsrt
(6) or

and

(H. in. Roll) bore, paly Howard Roll. azure, a chief gules
;

Dagworth, Thomas,
RALPH,
in

a baron 1347 bore, ermine on a fess gules three besants. Borne also by Sir JOHN of Suffolk, Parly. Roll and

Ashmole Roll

torteaux in lieu of
n.).

besants for

NICHOLAS

in

Surrey Roll(R.
(K.
in.

Dagworth, ThomasJenyns' Ordinary.

ermine on a chevron gules

Roll) bore, three besants

Dakeneye, Sir Baldwin, of ambridge iK. u. Roll), John and William (H. in.
<

Roll) bore, azure, a cross K. lyonceux rampant or. St. George and Glover Rolls.
<

between

four

Parliamentary,

Dakeney,Sir Thomas,
Roll)

bore,

arm'nt,

of Norfolk -(K. n. cross between four

lyonceux rampant

joules;

Parliamentary Roll.
(K.

Dalden, Jordan de

n. Roll) bore, argent, a cross p.itee (patonce in trick) gules, li. -tween four daws prop:r Jenyns' Roll.
;

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

?*#****
Dale, Sir Thomas-(E.
in.

Roll)

gules, a swan close argent, membcred Ashmole and Surrey Rolls.

bore, sable
;

Daivers, Sir Thomas

(DE ANVEKS),
;

of

Dallingridge,

D'Alry, Johan
.

MOUNSYER bore, at the siege of Rouen 1418, argent, a cross engrailed in and Jenyns' Roll. See Monugules (K.). mental Brass. (BE ALRE)-(H. in. Roll)
;

Cheshire, Kt. (E. II. Roll) bore, gules, a chevron or between three besants ParliamenAn Kssex (?) Knight bore the same tary Roll. (Hen. VI.); with pierced mullets in lieu of besants Arundel Roll.
;

bore, argent, three escallops gules


Roll.

Howard

Dalston, Johnde
heads erased

(E.
;

II.

Roll) bore, argent,

a chevron engrailed sable between three daws'


of the last

Dalton, Sire Robert


gardant argent.

Jenyns' Roll. de bore at the battle

of Danby-upon-Yore, in ( ) Yorkshire (E. in. Roll) bore, argent seven mascles 3, 3, i gules (blasoned as lozenges pierced); Jenyns' Ordinary. -(E. in. Roll) bore, azure, Danyell, two bars argent a chief gules Jenyns' Ordi-

Danyell,

Hugh

nary.

Daniell,
George

John

(H.
six

of Boroughbridge 1322 and at the siege of Calais 1345-8, azure, crusily or, a lyon rampant
in.

a bend between
Roll.

in. Roll) bore, azure, escallops or. (F. ) St.


F..

Danyell,
Roll)
i.e.

Thomas

in.

Roll)

bore,

Dalton, Robert de-(E.


azure, a leopard

bore,

rampant argent
;

a lyon

rampant gardant

Jenyns' Ordinary.

argent a pile indented of five points sable. (F.) Jenyns' Ordinary. of Cheshire-(E. iv. Roll) ), Danyell (
bore, argent, a pale lozengy sable, quarterly with, argent, a fox regardant sable withcrest Ballard Roll.
;

Dalton

a Yorkshire Knight (H. vi. Roll) bore, azure, florettee or, a lyon rampant Arundel Roll. gardant argent. (F.
(

),

Dammerell, William-(E.
azure,

in. Roll) bore,


Roll.
first

Darcy The
six-foyles

cinquefoyles are often tricked as


roses.

on a

chief gules
;

two crescents and


bore, at the

and

another in base argent

Ashmole

Darcye, Sir

Adomar (AMOR)

bore, at the

Damory,
;

Sir

Richard

Dunstable tournament 1308, undee (6) gules and possibly an error for argent another Sir RICHARD of Oxon. bore, gules or 8) at the siege of Calais 1345-8, undee (6 Roll. argent and gules also in Parliamentary sable label with a the same bore ROBKKT (5) In Dering Roll the labels azure, Arden Roll each file being charged with three bezants. (F. ) Said to be vairy (modern) argent and gules,

siege of Calais 1345-8, argent, an inescocheon within an orle of cinquefoyles gules.

and argent

Darcy, Sir John

bore, at the first Dunstable tournament 1308, argent an inescocheon sable between three cinquefoyles gules. F.

Darcy, Sir John

&c., in

Damory,
the
first

Dunstable tournament 1308, undee a bend azure. (F.) See (6) argent and gules Tiles, Neath Abbey, page vii.

Howard Roll. Sir Roger, baron

1317

bore, at

bore, at the battle of Ik>roughbridge 1322, argent, an inescocheon sable within an orle of six-foyles gules (blasoned in Jenyns' Ordinary for DARCY DE PARKE as Sire sable, a bordure of the arms of DARCY). JOHAN le fiz, bore on the same occasion argent, on an inescocheon sable an estoile or, all

within an orle of cinquefoyles pierced gules.

Darcy, Sir John


at

(of co. Lincoln),

the

capitulation

of

Calais

knighted 1348 bore,


orle of

Dancastre, Robert-(E.
on a bend azure, three
argent.
(F.)

in. Roll) bore, or castles triple turreted

argent, an inescocheon sable within an

Jenyns' Ordinary. a Suffolk Knight (H. vi. Danish axes gules Roll) tx>re, argent three on a chevron sable, a quarterly with, argent, Arundel Roll. cross patee of the first (E. H. Dangervile.Sir John, of co. Leic. ermine, a Roll) bore, gules, a cinquefoyle HUGH Parly. Roll. bordure sable bezantee took up the cross in the last Crusade 1269. D' Angle, Sir G-uichard, K.G. 1372 Earl of Huntingdon 1377 for life bore, or, billettee and a lyon rampant azure, K. 398 fo. 44.

Daneston, John,

cinquefoyles (roses in Parliamentary Roll) gules; also blasoned, as argent, an orle of six-foyles gules and a false escocheon sable.

Ascribed to

ROBERT

in

Cotgrave Roll.
le
fiz

Darcy, Sire Norman, Darcy, Sir Rauff


on an inescocheon

bore, at the

battle of Boroughbridge 1322, argent the bordure of roses (gules) a label (3) azure. F.
(E. in. Roll (bore, argent, gules, three crosses crosslet fitchee or, all within an orle of (8) seysfoyles pierced of the second Ashmole Roll.
;

Danny, Sir John-(K.


; ;

in. Roll) bore, argent

on a bend cotised azure three six-foyles pierced in Ashmole Roll or cinquefoyles argent b
re
'

Jenyns' Ordinary.

R ") (K. m. Danny, Nicholasvert cotised azure


argent, on cinquefoyles or

a bend
;

three

of Knaith, a baron 1332 bore, argent, a cinquefoyle and a bordure indented gules Nativity Roll. Darcy, Philip, baron 1299 bore, at the battle of Falkirk 1298, argent, three cinquefoyles gules (incorrectly blasoned as crosses the cinquefoyles crosslet) Nobility Roll were borne pierced by (i) Sir PHILIP, Knight banneret, (2) NoRMAN(J) (F.), and also (3) by
; ;

Darcy, Sir John,

Jenyns' Ordinary.

an Essex Knight

Dering and Howard Rolls.

SIR
IN

JOHN D'ABERNON.
DABERNON CHURCH,
Waller.

STOKE

SURREY, 1277.
[After

6-1

SOME FEUDAL COATS OP ARMS.

THE HERALDIC ATCH1EVEMENT


OF

ROBERT DARCY,
'I

4x11

AND LAST

EARL OF HOLDERNESSE,
IN

NOW VESTED
HI-

DUKE OF
MRS
C.
J.

LEEDS, BARONESS CONYERS (CTSS. YARBOROUGH), CTS3. OF POWIS WELD-BLUNDELL, HON. MRS. W. R. FITZWILUAM, AND OTHERS.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

Darcy, Sir Tf orman,

knighted at the capitulation of Calais 1348 bore, argent three cinquefoyles gules a label (5) azure. F. Roses for Sir NORMAN, of co. Line., in Parly. Roll.
bore, at

Daubeny, Felipe
;

Darcy, Sir Robert


Dunstable

the

first

(E. I. Roll) bore, gules four fusils conjoined in fess argent and in chief three martlets or Segar Roll five fusils in the St. George Roll, &c. And so also (F. ) for RAUFE and WILLIAM (J) in the Howard

tournament 1308, argent three' cinquefoyles gules a bordure indented sable b engrailed in Harl. MS. 6137 fo. 3i
.

and Dering

Rolls.

Dawbeney,

D'Arcy, Sir "William

bore, at the siege of Calais 1345-8, azure, crusily and three cinque(Sir foyles argent. (F.) See also Cotgrave. JOHN, of co. Lincoln, bore roses; in ParliaThe same coat was borne at mentary Roll). the siege of Rouen 1418 by Le Sr. DK DARCYE

Sir Ellis, banneret bore, at the siege of Carlaverock 1300, gules five fusils conjoined in fess argent. (F. ) Drawn as a fess engrailed in NICOLAS Gent's. Mag. xcvi. pt. i, p. 400 an " engrele" is differently arms the earlier Sir interpreted by painters. JOHN, who was knighted at the capitulation of Calais 1348, bore the same coat. So also
ELIAS, Baron DAUBENEY, Parly. Roll, and RAUF(J) Dering Roll, blasoned in the latter as a fess engrailed in Glover Roll.

and by DARCY le nepueu Jenyns' Ordinary (ROGER, 2nd son of JOHN of Knaith, in York;

within a bordure or, Harl. MS. Sr. DARCY (R. n. Roll) bore it quarterly with, azure three gemelles and a chief or Surrey Roll.
shire,

bore

it

1481

fo.

88);
;

and Le

jDawbeny, Philip
gules,
;

(E.

in.

Roll)

bore,

Darcy,

Norman
;

stable tournament

foyles gules in Jenyns' Ordinary. Another differenced with a label azure Jenyns' Ordinary. ROBERT bore it (E. I. ) within a bordure engrailed sable. (F.) Segar and Harleian Rolls. In Segar tricks roses may be intended.

bore, at the second Dun1334, argent, three sixSegar Roll. Borne also by JOHN

fess fusily (vel lozengy vel 5 fusils in fess) argent, and in chief three mullets pierced or Dering and Howard Rolls.

Dawbneye,
and
in

Sir (E. n. Roll) bore, gules a fess lozengy argent (another ermine,
a third

John

NORMAN

trick a fess indented ermine) in chief three mullets or. See also Monu(F. ) mental Slab. Parly. Roll.

Dawbeney, Sir Ralph


(F.
)

Darcy, Sire Robert


in the

bore, at the battle of


six-foyles
)

(E. in. Roll) bore, gules five fusils conjoined in fess (another a fess in chief three escallops or. engrailed) argent,

Holland and
Roll.

St.

Boroughbridge 1322, argent three gules a bordure vair eglette"e or. (F.

George
all

Rolls.

WILLIAM
;

rather like inescocheon gules three six-foyles gules all within an orle of eaglets displayed or. bore, at the siege of Calais Darcy, Sir (See (F. ) 1345-8, argent three roses gules. also 6th Nobility Roll, H. vi.) Sir JOHN, the son, bore the same arms at this siege Borne undifferenced with a label (3) gules. differenced bv Sir PHILIP, a baron (25 E. i. ) and reversed by Sir WILLIAM, of co. Line., in

Ashmole MS.

Tricked vert, on an

bore the same,

over

a bend azure

St.

George
)

John

Dawbeny, William, de Belvoir (E. in. Roll bore, or two chevronels and a bordure gules Glover and Grimakli Rolls the bordure
; ;

engrailed,

on the Monumental Slab.


(DE AUBENY) and
i

Daubeny, William

Roll) bore, sable, three helmets 2 (F.) Arden Roll. Daundelegh, Philip (E. n.
;

(E. ni argent.

Parly. Roll.

Roll) bore, argent, two bars gules each charged with three crosses crosslet or Jenyns' Roll and Ordinary.

Darcy, Sir "William,


;

of co. Line. (E. 11. and Sir Roll) bore, argent, three roses gules ROBERT, also of co. Line, bore it within a bordure indented sable Parliamentary Roll.
;

Daundely, Sir Robert


argent,

three
Roll.

bars gules

(E. in. Roll) bore, crusily 3, 2,1 or ;

Ashmole
Roll)

Dauntesey, John (DANDESEYE)


undee gules
;

Darcy, Ificol
fess or.

(H. in. Roll) bore, sable, a


St.

(F.)

George

Roll.

(R. 11. bore, per pale or and argent three bars Surrey Roll.
(E.
II.

Darres, Sir Robert


Ashmole
Roll. see also

(E.

in.

argent on an orle gules eight

bore, Roll) escallops or

Dauntesey, Sir Richard (AUNTESHEYE),


of co. Glouc.

See Sir JOHN and

ROBERT
(E.

and argent a fess unde gules

Roll) tore, per fess or Parly. Roll. F.


;

ARRAS. DARCY; D'Artois, Janico (DE ARTOYS)


Roll) bore, gules four barrulets Jenyns' Roll. See facsimile, p.
5.

Dautrey, Geffrey (DE


III.
'

ALT A

SIR
IN

RIPA)

JOHN DAUBENY.
OXON., 1346.
After Boutell.

in.
;

(E. Roll) bore, azure five fusils conjoined in fess argent, a baston gules Jenyns' Ordinary.
;

NORTON BRIZE CHURCH,

wavy argent

Dautrey, Lyon
or
;

(E.

in.

Roll) bore, gules,

Dassy, Sir Robert (DE


martlets of the last
;

a bend argent between two cotises engrailed


Jenyns' Ordinary.
(R.
n.
six

Assi)

(E. in. Roll)

bore, gules, a bend cotised or between

Ashmole

Roll.

Dautrey, John
five fusils

Roll) bore,
;

sable,

Daubeney, Le
Roll.

Sr. (E. n. Roll) bore, gules, three fusils conjoined in fess argent Jenyns'
;

Daubeny, Elias
1295-1305

(DE

ALBINIACO), baron

conjoined in fess argent Surrey WILLIAM (J) differenced it with a label Roll. Arden, Dering and Howard (F. ) (5) gules. Rolls blasoned also as a fess dancettee of five. In Cotgrave Roll, fusils gules, for DAWTRYNE.

bore, gules four lozenges conjoined

Borne also by in fess argent ; Nobility Roll. Sir GILES, of Devon or Cornwall, Parly. Roll, PHILIP and RAUF, the latter in Segar Roll
(E.
I.).

See also Monumental Slab.

Daubeny, Sir John,


;

of Oxon, 1346 bore, four fusils conjoined, each charged with a mullet (5) pierced surrounded by three different Daubeny coats here named and a fourth lozengy argent and gules, a bordure of the first. See Monumental Slab.
fusils

Daubeny, Elys
(F.

Segar Roll. WILLIAM bore the same at ) the second Dunstable tournament 1334, though blasoned as a fess engre"le. F.

(E. I. Roll)bore, gules four conjoined in fess argent, a baston azure.

66

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

*******

Dautrey, Richard
five

(E. in. Roll) bore, or conjoined in fess sable; ARNOLD PERCY, bore the same Jenyns' Ordinary.
fusils
;

Deane (ALYSAUNUER DE ANNO)


bore, gules, fretty argent
;

(E. in. Roll)


bore,

Deane,
Rolls.

Drew

>K

Howard Roll. ANE)-(E. in. Roll)


;

Daveney v. Avene and Vene. Davenport, William (E. iv.


;

gules a saltire ermine F. ) guttee de poix. (

another coat

argent

Arden and

St.

George

Roll) bore, crosslet argent, a chevron between three crosses Ballard and Arundel with crest fitchee sable
Rolls.

Dene, Sir John de,


bore, argent,

of co. Leic.

lyon

(K n. Roll rampant purpure

Parliamentary Roll.
(E.
in.

Daventree, John
;

Roll)

bore,

ermine, a fess checquy (counter compony in trick) or and azure Jenyns' Ordinary.

Dene, John

(E. in. Roll) bore, gules, three


;

Daventry, Robert

bore, at the second Dunstable tournament 1334, ermine, a fess gules. (F.) A cross in Jenyns' Ordinary.

bars a quarter argent and a torell de sable tricked as, barry (6) gules and argent, on a quarter of the last a bull passant gardant sable Jenyns' Ordinary.
;

Deane, Robert (DENE)


;

Daveye, Philip
Roll.

(R. n. Roll) bore, argent, on a chevron sable between three mullets Surrev pierced gules, a crescent of the field
;

of Sussex- (E. n. Roll) bore, per bend sinister enhanced uzuiv and gules, a maunch argent (also tricked with the maunch over all) Jenyns' Roll.
v.

Deincourt

Davelers, Sire Bartholomew,


AWH.LERS
in

of Suffolk bore, at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322, DE three inescocheons (F. gules. argent,
)

Deyncourt. De Insula, Sir John, 1297

Parliamentary Roll. Davereignes. See DE VALOIGM:-..

bore, or, a fess between two chevrons sable; Nobility Roll. He signed, but did not seal, the Barons' letter to the Pope 1301, p. xxiv. See also DE LISLE and LISLE.
v.

Deiville

*[Dawnay, John,
'

bore, argent, on 17 E. II. a bend cotised sable three annulets of the field.
Shirley.
F.

Deyville.

De De

la Beohe, John, a baron 1342 bore, vaire, argent and gules. NlCHOL, added, on a
canton of the first, a martlet sable; Jenyns' F. vide BECHE. Ordinary.
,

Dawney, John

(E. in. Roll) bore, per decision of Earl Percy, or five fusils conjoined in fess azure, a bordure azure besantee "pet Darell (sic) Earl Percy"; Jenyns' Ordinary.

Dawtrey v. Dautrey. IDayrell, Richard, of


de Albini, Nigel
;

of Berks. -(F,. n. bend gules three bucks' heads erased or (cabossed in Harl. 4033); in the cantell a martlet sable Parlia-

la Beche, Sir
bore,

John,
on
a

Roll)

argent,

Lillingston, F.

c. 1200 bore, azure, a crowned argent. - - Shirley. ]

Bucks, lyon rampant or

mentary Roll. See De la Bere, John

DE LA VACHE.

(of whom the

MOWBRAYS)

(H. I. Roll) bore, gules, a lyon rampant his brother WILLIAM, chief butler argent of England (father of WILLIAM, Earl of ARUNDEL), bore, gules, a lyon rampant or Harl. MS. 1481 fo. 34 b
.

(E. n. Roll) bore, azure, crusily fitchee and three boars' heads couped or. One of these names (F. ) Jenyns' Roll. took up the cross in the last Crusade 1270. azure,
St.

De

la Bere, Simon (E. in. Roll) bore, a bend cotised argent between six
(F.
)

martlets or.

Surrey Roll.

Cotised

or, in

De AltaRipa.O-eoffray
DAUTREY.

(E. in. Roll)borc, azure, five fusils conjoined in fess argent, a See also baston gules ; Jenyns' Ordinary.

George Roll. Ds la Checker, Sir Laurence (K. n. Roll) bore, checquy argent and azure Holland
;

Roll.

De la
gules,

Ferret, Sir

John

-(E.

i.

Roll) bore,
;

Deane, Sir William


;

(DE DEN), of Essex

(E. II. Roll) bore, argent, a fess dancettee gules Parliamentary Roll.

a double-headed eagle displayed or Holland Roll. De la fforde, Sir Adam, of Wilts. bore,
Carlaverock 1300, azure, three lyonceux rampant 2 and i crowned or. (F. ) Sir RICHARD bore the Parliamentary Roll.
at the siege of

Deane, Sir Henry


bore, at the first 1308, argent, a fess crescents gules. (F. )

(DE DEN), of Northams Dunstable tournament dancettee between three See also Parly. Roll.

De
SIR
IN

Deen, Sire Johan de


crusily patee or.

bore, at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322, argent, two bars sable (F. ); three on each bar in

DALYNGRUGGE.
1395 ; 8 Ric. n. After Boutell.

same Holland Roll. la Freign, Sir Fpulk, of Ireland bore, at the siege of Calais 1345-8, azure on
;

a saltire or, a saltorelle gules.

F.

AshmoleMS.

in

Parliamentary Roll for DEN,


n.), the bars gules,

FLETCHING CHURCH, SUSSEX,

De

of Hunts, Knight (E.


the crosses patonce.

and

banneret, a bore, at the battle of Falkirk 1298 and at the siege of Carlaverock 1300, or a cross engrailed gules Guillim and Parly. Rolls.

la

Hacche, Sir Eustace,


;

baron 1299

la

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

67

De
a

la

Hay,
Roll.

(E.
six

in.

fess sable

between

Roll) bore, argent, mullets 3 and 3 gules


;

De

la

Mare, Sir Geoffrey,


(E.

Sussex
Rolls.

n.
;

Ashmole

Roll) bore,

of Surrey or or a fess double


;

cotised azure

De

la Haye, Piers, one of the founders of Swine Abbey, postea Melton modo Darcij bore, argent three escallops in bend gules between two cotises sable Jenyns' Roll.
;

Parliamentary and Ashmole PIERS (E. in.) bore the field argent

Jenyns' Ordinary.

De

{De

la

Haye, John
;

(E.

i.

Roll) argent, a
)

and 24 rays De la Hay,

Da

12, 13, 16, splendour gules. (F. Dering and St. George Rolls. Rauf (H. in. Roll) bore, argent a ray (of the sun) gules Glover Roll. Called a ruell in Norfolk Roll. la Hosse, Sir John (or HKSE), a Berk;

sun

in his

la Mare, "William -(E. in. Roll) bore, argent, a fess between three fleurs-de-lys 2 and i gules Jenyns' Ordinary.
;

De

la

Mare, Daland
a bend

azure,

between
;

six

(E. in. Roll) bore, crosses crosslet

fitchee 3

and

3 or

Jenyns' Roll.
of Essex
(E. n.

De
De

la

Mare, Sir John,


;

Knight (E. n. Roll)bore, argent, afess sable between three lyonceux rampant gules Parliamentary Roll and Jenyns' Ordinary.
shire
;

Roll) bore, argent eaglets displayed or

on a bend azure three


Parliamentary Roll.

{De

la Hose, Nicholas (HESE or HEUSE)

la Mare, Piers (c. R. n. Roll) and Sir Reginald (E. in. Roll) -bore, barry dancettee (6) or Rolls.

and gules

Surrey and Ashmole

(E. I. Roll) bore, argent three hose (men's) 2 and i gules; Camden, Dering, and other Rolls (F. ) or and sable, in the illustration.
;

De

De
De

la

gardant

per pale gules and in pale or.

Launde, Henry
John, of

(E. Roll) bore, azure three lyons passant (F. ) Segar Roll.
i.

la More, (E. in. Roll) bore, argent seven barrulets azure, a chevron gules Arden and St. George Rolls.
;

Bartholomew

De
De

la

More, John
;

(E. n. Roll) bore, gules

la Lea, Sir

bore, argent, a cross checquy or

Herts -(E. n. Roll) and azure


;

a cross patee (patonce in trick) and an escallop argent Jenyns' Roll.

Parliamentary Roll.

Da

De De De

John, of Herts-(E. in. Roll) bore, gules, billettee argent a fess counter compony or and azure. (F. ) St. George Roll. la Leye, Gilbert of Kilvington (E. in.
la Lee,
Roll) bore, or, a fess crenellee between six mullets 3 and 3 gules Jenyns' Ordinary. la Leye, (E. in. Roll) bore, St. George azure, three chevronels argent ( F.
;

la More, Richard -(E. in. Roll) bore, Norfolk quarterly indented argent and azure Roll. One of these names took up the cross in the last Crusade 1270. See also ACTON,
;

page

i.

De la More, William
sable a cross argent
;

(E.

in.

Roll) bore, Roll) bore,


;

Thomas

Jenyns' Ordinary.
in.

De

la

Mote, "William-(E.
;

Roll.

vair,

la Lay,
;

Wauter

(LEEY)

bore, sable

argent, a fess between

(R. n. Roll) three crescents

a bend engrailed gules another, vair, a bend gules and a label (3) argent Jenyns'
Ordinary.

Surrey Roll.

De la Penne, De la Penre,
De

Sir

De laLynde, John

FITZ HENRY, ANDREW LEVAAT, and PAINK TIBTOT. - (H. in. Roll) bore, De la March burulee de argent et d'azure de un menue
'
'

(E. in. Roll) and Sir Walter, of Sussex (E. n. Roll) bore, argent, a cross engrailed gules ( F. ) St. George and Borne also by JOHN LE Parliamentary Rolls.
;

Roll) bore, argent,

John of Bucks (E. n. on a fess sable three plates


F.

Parliamentary Roll.

Sir
;

Guy (surname illegible)

(E. in. Roll) bore, or three bendlets gules a label (3) azure Ashmole Roll.

burules

"

Norfolk Roll.

la Planche, Sir James of Bucks, Kt. II. Roll) bore, argent, billettee and a lyon rampant sable crowned or(F. Parliamentary
(E.
)
;

Roll.

De

banneret, baron 1299 bore, at the battle of Falkirk 1298, and at the siege of Carlaverock 1300, gules, a

la

Mare, Sir John,


)
;

In Segar the billets resemble guttee de

poix,

and they suggest ermine.

De Da

la Pole,

John
Michel
,

(R. n. Roll) bore, or,


;

maunch argent (F. Dering and Arundel Rolls. Sir JOHN of Oxon. (E. n.) bore the maunch ermine Parly. Roll. JOHN and ROBERT (E. i.)
;

a stag's head cabossed gules, between the antlers a fleur-de-lys of the last Surrey Roll.

la Pole,

bore it issuing from the sinister chief (F. ); Segar Roll.

DelaMare, John
a leon leopard
;

(E. in. Ro!l)bore, gules,


i.e.

rampant argent,

a lyon
at the

WILLIAM, K.G. Rouen 1418;


K. 401
fo. 22.

Roll) bore, azure, a fess faces or; Surrey Roll. ) Earl of Suffolk, at the siege of

and Simon (R. n. between three leopards Borne also by (F.

quarterly with,

WINGFIELD,

rampant gardant Jenyns' Ordinary. De la Mare, Sir Piers, knighted


capitulation of Calais 1348

De la

bore, gules, two lyons passant gardant argent (F. ), as also did and Sir ROBERT of Hants; Surrey and JOHN Parliamentary Rolls.

Pole, Sir Walter bore, at the siege of Calais 1345-8, azure two bars wavy or (F. ) Not wavy in Cotton MS. ;. argent two bars, nebulee azure, in Parliamentary Roll, for POOI.E, a Norfolk Knight.

aft

rS-

6K

SO All:

l-/:l'/>Al.

COATS

HI'

ARMS.

,.y

De

la Poyle, Sir
it,

John
I'.n

...

Mid.h. Kt
'

De
cl

Roii
I

boi
ii.
i

Roll'-"
i'

la Warde, Robert -(K. in. Roll und6c (6) argent and sable JeafOf Ordinary. De la Warr, Roger bore, at the rii
;

\V.\I. M.|,

ml

k
.
,

1300,

gules,
.

cnisily

(fitCDM
A--

in

Roll

Nil nl. As, but

wroiifjl-.
i

De
\

la

River, Sir Richard


..I

ben,
ardent,
i

M
1
1

b.iiil.

B m.
I

-.

the h' in
,

nyns

.Iminle.

Annul.'!

argent Derinf and loward Rolls. iKo lo |iin\ (K. ill.). Sir JOHN, n baron (27 Sir lulls, Kl. bami' H I. loi JilllS. ami I.), (.;. baron, sec next entry also.
;

nil!

De De
(I.

la

Ryver, Sir Nicholas


.

(K. n. Roll)
bol.llll.-

(De)

Lav Warr, Roger,


l!
'

baron,
(

"i

I,,,,
1

.1

ii

li.inii'Ml.iry Roll.

In" 'li'l " ot '' the I'ope iS01 P- xxiv


sitrni'il
1

" er
I

to

la River, Sir
In
I I

John
I.

111,-

Mm
1

l.il.l,
1-'.
I

mi

11

(of IVrks; inu ill |OB|


i

lx>re, at
i.

HI''

l"

bore K. l"'i'aml a lyon rami Kulcs crusilvV"


-

He

Roll)

-I-.

.n
II.

ituo
i

b.i!

'I,

in'-'-

I'arly.

,,,

A.scril (Seeprei "'ling entry.) i;iti'i


;

the
'

Hull).
.

'In!

mil
p.

MM!
\*n.

the- HJI..II

nptbecrouln tKJ
son
at

''''

to llnboi,

r,i|n,

(01,
,l

Another
ll

|.

.ii-,

tlu-.
i

...H
;

Ihr HI '.ml
II

I..IHII..III. nl
-I

i).|

K|(

Akli
II.

mle
k

\nii-i,
..II

koii-,
I-'. ill,

NII

>mi,lable Si. also bon iinee


I
;

the first Diinw. " Nobility Rolls.


1

of R.K.I ,i,,,iiff^enced
1

' 1 ':

2 7" '" " J"" N \ with a label (3) azure, tournament 1308;
:

periMMtook
.

'

.l.ill. .-I

\llllr

VI.

De la Warre,
..... mil. in, ,M
,,l

Sir Wil'.Uam .
,

l""^''"'' 1

><

{De

la

iin.-i-

Roce, Guy (K. in. ii.-ii.i, uun, uitiim


.1

Roll)
i

b,-,

fiti'hi'v

(alar, H 8- -tore, guli '"' ai^i-nt a lyon rampali.'


'

.ljc

nt.

(K.

'

Delefend, Sir Gilbert


mi
a

Roll

namcnt
--abl.-.

^\
J'.lO
'"'"
'

1308,
!'.

De la Rooh, Thomas,
-..il.li-,

banm

anil
130..

a.LM-nl

label (3) gules.

tuo
\
i

two

bar.s mi'l'-i-

\..|nl:i\
(

M.lm.n
i

lyons passant fondant ardent; Roll, (ascribed Jims in lenyns' Sealed iln- Unions' Ic-ii'-i I.- ill.-

De Le Fend,
Dlinstable

Sir

John

-bore, at

til.

toui liament

1308,
-(K. in. aij-int

"argent
Roll)
i:ro\\

[" V Wl

1'ope

)ui, pp.

\\i, sxiv.

De la Roche, William
^llle-,

tWO

.'

-i

ii

i-.i

il

''.i!

(11 h

HI. Roll) bore,


'

De De

L'lsle,
.1

Gerard
|,avant

bore,

li.n
;

'.-'-.

ith

as

gules.

l\on

ncd or;

inanv lo/ene,es bemlu av, a/iire

limaid

Roll.

Jenyns'Onlinaiy.
\\hoin

Same, as

WAKIN

DKI. IDI.K,

De De
..I

la Vaohe, Hugh r. Vache. la ache, Sir John (..I Berl

V
A

Lisle, Sir John, banneret


.,i
.

till

In

Mill

l.ll.lr

I.

.11111,

HIM
|

III

4 m
dor,
1)1.
lir.
iI

"|

llr.-l
I

hiMiK
'.illnl

bore, panl ill

.,n
III
I

.1

.in.
;

-i

../in.

(K. n. Roll) raiu-

lln-

I'm liamentaiy Roll.

m
(

III. -i

.ml.
111

-II

.1

in.

ii

M.-l

..III.-

De

Lisle, Sire
I-'.

John
132^,

bore, at the battle of

III

III

Ih.

I'.nlj.

kull, ulirrc thr

liniiiiH'.libridge

ermine

two

chevrons

-.1

sable.

De

la

Vach, Sir Richard,


1

of Mucks, K.O.
i

Do- Lisle, Sir John,

1'

-i

.-,

il

ll

H, Bull's.
(

Robert
I.

(K.
1

III.

nt crowned <.i'. !'. ) ilnl Sir I'lin.ii K.c:. 1399; Sir RII-IIAHII lion- it (!'.. II.) ii,. ilillt-i i-iu-.-d 11 uilh a laln-l (31 ^O|K.II\ anil S.. .il.. )i i..\i nil >K. .iifjiMH; I'arly. Roll.
lilt-

A>linioli> Roll;

iis

K.

3w

fo.

two ehevion, and Jenyns' Ordinary. Seealso(i)Sir Rur.i K HI \\llo bOP III' llil.lMM. al III.- battle of Moughbridge, 1333, and (2)JoMN,l!.non
i
,

K.G., a founder, and Roll) I.M-. Ol a less l'lueen St. (ii'or^i- Roll able, (K.)

I'..

.1

I'

DelaVale, Gilbert,
Roll) lioiv,
Roll.
ar;;. -nl
'

.1.

I-.

Mueht
l.'Uiihi''r

ill.

m.

DeLisle, John,
,

BOM
in.
a

miles;
or,
Ii'..

of Hants (K. in. Roll) " bore, gujes, a chevron beiween three foyles de ;-] ,; 'ally. Roll leaves sli|.|-i ),
I

.(

oi

in

De De

|,-n\n-,
-

la Val,
|.

Guy
), i,
I
,

Mdinary.
(K.
IV.

(ll.

K.,iii
i-iiiss

i,i.-,

a/in.- ..n

K uli-

Delves,
chevron
sable
;

Roll) bore,

argent,

I..U.IM! k.ill,

(juli-s
i

U'tween Ihn
t
;

la Val, John (K. n. Roll) bore, orralni tWO ban Wti Iniuis' Roll. \n..lli. i. .-nnini' two m'liu-lli-s .uii a rliicl or |.-n\ n ilinarv. De la Ward, Sir Robert, '.n on 1299 bore,
I

uilh

H",

Italian! Roll.

)i

Dengayne r. Engayne. Denham, Sir John (I)KNOM)


ati;eni, a
.

(K. in. Roll)

.11

ll"

l-.'Ml.

..I

I'.ilknk
v.
-

u.,;i. an.

.n

ih.

-i,.-,

Ashmole

bend sable lozengy or con ed


Roll.

of Carlnvcrock 1300,
(I'
) I

MM- arfenl ami


It'll
I

--.iM.i|,,-

li-l

'

m.
IN

Dennardeston, Sir Peers .de, of Suffolk


ll.

.11-,.

S,-al,-,|

ll.ui Mis

li'll.-l

to

III,1 1 1|

|'.,|>,ill

t ,)l.
'

pp. \\, \\l\


(

a
II

II. Roll) bole, chief miles a

a/me, luo bar,


Ivor!
;

passant
Roll.

a rent, (i;aldanl
I

on
in

Asc'llU'il ,I|MI lo

Ji'li\ns

Inlmai

y.

41133 fo.

15) in

I'.niy.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

Dennis

'

bore, argent,
flears-de-lys

a Kcatofc Knight* H, vi. Ron ) a Cos- undee gules bctntuj six 3 and 3 azure ; Arundel RolL
),

tDespencer, Sir Hugh


ia&5-i326>

le, banneret I baron

Dennis
j**trkri* erect

(R-

11.

RoHi bore. sable


f

three

2 and

argent
-<E. n.

Surrey RoflL

Dent, William de

Rolbbore, vert. a bade** bead caboaxd or, a bordare engrailed Ron. of the but; JenjroT

bore, at the battle of Falkirk 1298, F. ; and at the siege of Carlaerock 1300. argent, quarterly -with, gales a fret or over all a baston saMe ; "bis son Sir Hfon, banneret (baron 1314-1326), JMfcrtDCK' with a label

Denton, Jobn de, of AtnstaMe bore, two ban in chief three martlets. See Incised Slab,
fromBootell.

Denton, Bichard
a chevron between

<E. HI. RoU) bore, gale*, three crescents argent.

Denton, Sir Biehard-IE.

De

IIL Roll) bore, argent, two bars gales in chief three cinque fbyles pierced sable : AjfaBofe Roll. Ore, Hicole <H. HI. RoDi bore, argent a cross gales frettee or between foar jackdaws

azure at the first DmstaMe tournament 1308. j HUGH (Earl of Gloucester) bore the same at the second Donstable tournament 1334. and at the siege of Calai* 1345-6. PHILIP, znd lord, also bore this at the siege of Rouen 1418; another HITCH, dirfcrenced with a martlet saWe, in Surrey RoD; Sir GILKEBT. with a bend engrailed ; Ashmole Ron. Sir He OH LK and Sir FHlLIf bore it at the siege of Calais i34-8, ower all on a bend *aWe three mulleu of the first ; Sir PHILIP difciiMcri with a label
(3)azure. See Tiles. Neath Abbey, pp. and the Effigy of El/WAKb jlh lord,
rii, ix,

(3)

Dering Roll. De Ore, Bichard <H. HI. Roll; bore, barry DTO 16) argent and azure OD a bend gales bezants. IF.) Dering Roil.
proper.
(F.)
,

Dethike, Bobert--/E. HI.


a
fass raire or

Roflitx/re, argent,
;

and gules between three water(sable in trick)

lxgets azure

Jenyns' Ordy,
i.

John

(R.

II.

Ron

bore, argent,

a
Starrer

chief azure three lyont

rampant or;

JDetling, William de^-/E.


sable, six lyonceux IF.,; During and

Ron,
2,
i

bore,
arg>r.t

RolL
Roll; bore, argent

rampant

3.

Depham,
iK.
II.

Sir Stephen of Norfolk, Kt.on a fcss gules three


;

Camden Rous. Called Ea.TXGE. or OCLTXE in JenynV Ordinary.

jyonceux passant gardant or

Parliamentary

Devereux

Ron.

Derby 'Henry., Barl of


" of

(E. ii.-bore, p-gfatiH and a baston azure ; Cotgrave Roll. According to the 6th Xobibty Roll. temp. H. TL. bore England undifterenced.

( bore, at the siege of R/>u. ) in chief three 1418, argent, a fcw gules and fxrne also by WAI.TRK, 6th torteaux (F.,; I>*0 Ff.RKf.BS K.'i. 1472, see title page attributed to WAI.TEB in Arden and St. George RoiU. and to Sir JOH.V K.'; baron
; . ;

Derby, Henry
H.

Bolingbroke/

EAKL of

and England (R. Roll) bore, France quarterly, differenced with a label 15? per pale Surrey Roil
(2)ennineand(3)azurefloretteeor;
61.
;

1384-94, dnterenced with a mullet pierced or *M~fmrmA jt hh a 399 fo. 22. J'/H mallet or i R. H. : Surrey Roll.
1C.
i

Deveretuc,

'Dering, Bichard,
SEAL, 19 Hen.
nr.

de Haute,

eta* arf*nt,afe*s azure Said to be F. three torteaia. SMrieyO of the next-named. father

bore,

William,
gules,

IK. of Cheshire

John

HI. Roll), and Sir bore, the reverse *>.


;

less argent, in chief three plates

Ash-

mole. Glover and Parliamentary Rolls ; besoM* in Harl. MS. 4033 fo. 49*, probably an error for the firK coat.

JDering, Bic. tefiz <H. HI. RoO; bore, or, * asahvesabMF'-); DermgRolL Theannsof De MoKtUHL De Biver. See Rire.

Dernford, William
sable,

H.

HI.

an eagle displayed argent <F./; Arden and Howard Rote. Another Wiu.i AM bore and a argent two wings conjoined sabte iF.i, tbvd WILLIAM bore three 6A hauriam conArden and -Sc joined in triangle

EDWARD, LORD DESPENCER.


IX

(MF.;

THE

George

Rolls.

Derward'

an Essex Knight -m. ri, )Ron. bore, ermine on a cherron sable three
RoH^bore. etdasnr") two bars gales on a
;

ABBEY CHURCH AT TEWKESBURV,


1375Carter.

crescents or; Arundel RotL

Derwentwater, John-* E. in
argent

qoancr of the last a cmquefojrle pierced of the pierced or, first; JenrmT Roll and Ordinary
in

("a fez

Surrey RoD.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

H-te f/tnac^re
Devonshire, Earl
and REDVERS.I
See

of.

COURTENAY

Digges

Deyncourt, Sir Edmund,


bore, at billettee

baron, 1299 the battle of Falkirk 1298, azure, and a fess dancettee or (F.)-sealed the Barons' letter to the Pope 1301, pp. xvm, xxiv -his sons EDMUND and JOHN bore the same at the siege of Carlaverock 1300, and also WILLIAM, baron, (1310) in Nobility Roll, and Sir HENRY, baron, at the siege of Calais 1348. at the siege of x. Sr DAYNCOURTE bore them Rouen 1418; Sir JOHN, baron (i E. II. 1308), and Sir JOHN, banneret, bore the same Parliabrother mentary and Arundel Rolls. WILLIAM, of EDMUND of Granaby, differenced with a MS. Harl. and baston gules argent
I

a Kentish Knight (H. VI. Roll) ), ( disbore, gules, on a cross argent ^five eaglets Roll. played sable Arundel
;

Dinant, Sire Oliver,


I20S
; ;

banneret,

a baron

a fess fusily fess dancettee, a fess of fusils and Roll. four lozenges conjoined in Parliamentary ROBERT bore 3 escallops in chief ermine; the bore Howard Roll. Another ROBERT (t) fess between four escallops 3 and i ermine. (F. )

in fess bore, gules, five fusils conjoined ascribed to another ermine Nobility Roll as a also blazoned in De'ring Roll OLIVER
(J)
;

Dering

Roll.

Dinant, Roillans de-(H.


roundles ermine
;

in. Roll) bore, in fess between six gules five fusils conjoined

gobony

Howard

Roll.

1481

fo. 42.

Dinant, Geoffrey de-(H.

Deyncourt, Sir

William

(of Yorkshire)

bore, at the first Dunstable tournament 1308, and Sir JOHN, who was knighted at the capitulation of Calais 1348, bore, argent, billettee and a fess dancettee sable also borne by JOHN Kt. Surrey (R. n. and Sir ROGER of Essex, and Arundel Rolls.
;

E'(F.)

in. Roll) bore, fusils conjoined ermine. gules, crusily or five St. George Roll.

Dinawesbran,

bore, azure, crusily

Sr. )de-(H. in. Roll) an orle or Arden Roll.


(
;

Dinham

v.

Dynham.
;

Disney, William-(R.
*
L

Roll) bore, Deyncourt, checquy or and azure on a fess gules three roses in argent; St. George Roll -buckles (F. )

Hugh-(H.
fo.

in.

n. Roll) bore, argent, Surrey and three lyons passant in pale gules Cotgrave Rolls.

Disney, Sir

William

(H.

m.)-bore,

Harl.

MS. 6137

78

Deyncourt, Raf
billettee
St.

or. argent, on a fess gules three fleurs-de-lys See Monumental Slab. Shirley.] F.

(H. in. Roll) bore, gules,


;

and a fess dancettee or George Rolls.


(E.
;

Arden and
Roll) bore,

D'Obehale v. Obehale. Dockseye, Sir Richard

Deyncourt, Sir William


ermine a

i.

a note in Jenyns' Ordinary, an earlier coat than that of, argent billettee dansey sable. See Sir WILLIAM above.
fess dancettee sable

a lyon IE. II. Roll) bore, argent, azure, a baston gobony or and gules Roll. mentary

de, of Saloprampant
;

Parlia-

*[Dod,

Deyvill, Sir
of Falkirk

John
or,

bore,

at

the

battle
2.

1298,

a
;

fess

gules,

florettee

of Cleverly, Salop (H. iv.) bore, argent a fess gules between two eotises of Edge bore, three cresDoi) sable. wavy cents or, on the fess. Shirley.] F.

Hugo,

counterchanged 3, 3, 2, i 3, 2, i (F. ) 2, 2, Borne also by ROBERT Jenyns' Ordinary.

Doddingsells, John

(v.

ODINGSELLS)

Deyvill,
Ordinary.

Roger

(E.

in.

Roll) bore, or,


;

(R. n. Roll) bore, argent, a fess gules; Surrey Roll.

fess sable, florettee

counterchanged
banneret
)

Jenyns'

Dodingsells, Sir John

{v.

ODINGSELLS),

Deyvile, Sir John,


battle of

bore, at the

Boroughbridge 1322, gules, florettee Parliamenand a lyon rampant argent. (F.


tary Roll.

banneret -bore, at the first Dunstable tournament 1308, argent, a fess and in the dexter chief point a mullet (6) gules Parliamentary
;

Roll.

ODINGSELLS,
133-1);

le

filz,

differenced

with a label azure, at the second Dunstable

tournament
in.

borne also

(F.) .by

HUGH

tDeyvile, Ansele (DE Vn.E)-(H.


bore, argent a
;

Roll)

fess
)

pierced gules (F". mullets (5) in chief only, in

between six mullets (6) Dering Roll three pierced


;

Ashmole MS.

Dichant, John and Robert;

(E. HI. Roll) bore, ermine two gemelles and a chief gules tricked as two bars cotised Jenyns' Roll and

and RALK(E. in.) in Jenyns' Ordinary. Another HUGH and WILLIAM of Long Ichendon, bore two mullets (6) in chief (F. Jenyns' spur-rowells in Ordinary and Segar Roll Dering Roll, but in the Ashmole Copy the fess
(E.
I.)
)
;

is

between three spur-rowells.

Ordinary.

Dodingsells, Nicolas (v. ODINGSELLS) (/WILLIAM)- (H. in. Roll) bore, argent on a
fess gules three escallops or in chief two spurrowells of the second. (F. ) St. George Roll the fess between three spur-rowells', in Harl.
;

MONUMENTAL Sl.AB. DISNEY,


IN

*Digby, Sir John de,


(E.
II.

KINGERBY CHURCH,
c.

of

co.

Leicester
;

Roll) bore, azure, a fleur-de-lys argent

LINCOLNSHIRE,

1350.

Parliamentary Roll,

MS.

1481

fo.

a? 1".

After Boutell.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF AKMS.

Dointon, John de
or.
(!'.)

(H. m. Roll) bore, azure two trumpets (vel hautboys) pileways

Arden and

St.

George

Rolls.

Dokesworth, Sir John,


(E.
II.

of co. Cambridge Roll) bore, azure, a cross between

four lyonceux

rampant argent
(H.
vi.

Parl. Roll.

Dolerd, Sir H.
;

Roll) bore, gubs, two flaunches (voyderis anabelees) argent, a F. bordure sable Atkinson Roll.

Domare, John de (?DONMARE)


Roll) bore, azure, billettee St. George Roll. (F.
)

and a

n. (H. crescent or,

Donneworthe, Robert de
(F.
)

(E. i. Roll) bore, gules a cross argent between four besants.

Segar Roll.

Dordant, Sir John, fell


Dovedale, Sir John

at the siege of Calais 1348 bore, per fess indented azure and argent a pipe gules.

(or

DE UVEDALE),

of

Surrey or Sussex -(E. II. Roll) bore, argent a cross moline gules in trick, blasoned, recercelee
;

Parliamentary and Jenyns' Rolls. THOMAS boreit(E. ill. Ro\\) quarterly with, azure fretty
or
;

Jenyns' Roll.

Dovre, Richard de
gules,

(H. in.
lyons)

Roll)

bore,
;

two leopards

(i.e.

passant or

Glover Roll.

Doyley, John
bends gules
;

-(E. in. Roll) bore, or, two Jenyns' Ordinary.

Draicott, Richard de, baron


cross in the last Crusade 1270.

-bore, 1297, paly (6) argent and gules a bend ermine BERTRAM took up the ist Nobility Roll.
;

Drayton, Sire
battle of

Symon de

bore,

at

the

Boroughbridge 1322, argent a cross


F.

engrele gules.
c.

[Drewe, William,
1300
]

of Orcheston, Devon, bore, ermine a lyon passant gules


F. (or

Shirley.

Drewell, Sir John

DURWEL),
;

of Bucks

(E. II. Roll) bore, quarterly argent and Parl. Roll. sable, in the first a crescent gules

Driffleld, "William, of the Wold (E. in. Roll) bore, argent, a chevron between three
lyons' heads erased sable
;

Jenyns' Roll.

Drokenesford, John de (DROCHFORD)


bore, at the battle of Falkirk 1298, quarterly or and azure (4) roses counterchanged (F.); Keeper of the Wardrobe, Bishop of Bath and

SIR

JOHN DRUMMOND.
OR
1301.

Wells 1309-29.

IN THE CHOIR OF INCHMAHOME.


(E.
11.

Dronsfield, Christopher
chevron
bore, gules, "

two bastons couped in " guise du or, tricked, gules a chevron raguly
) ;

Roll)

fracted in the centre argent (F.

Jenyns' Roll

Drummond,
1301
bore,

Sir John, of Inchmahome, See Monuthree bars wavy. He was taken prisoner in the Scottish wars, his lands were conferred on Sir Edmund Hastings, who signed the Barons' letter to the Pope 1301, and sealed it with this Sir John's seal, p. xxii. See/05/ 107.
mental Slab.
a Knight (H. VI. Roll) bore. ( ) argent on a chief vert two mullets or Arundel Roll. Mullets pierced in Ashmole Roll NICHOLAS of Saxham. Suff. bore a cross Tau between the mullets Harl. MS. 1481 fo. 84.
;
;

After Drttmmond.

Drury

Dryby, William
;

(E. n. Roll) bore, argent, three quartrefoyles and a quarter gules tricked argent three cinquefoyles pierced and a quarter gules Jenyns' Roll.
(

Dryland
Arundel

-)

a Kentish Knight
d'eau,

(H.

vi.

Roll) bore, gules guttee undee (nebulee) argent


Roll.

an

on a fess ermine spot


;

.s

<>.!//;

FEUDAL COATS OF

Du Bois, James.
Duckinfleld
six

See BOYS.
(R.
II.

Durevassal, John
III.

(Di .-RON-ASPAL)

(H.
;

Roll) bore, argent,


ivith,

Arden and
-

a cross voided sab\e, ^quarterly


annulets 3 and 3 gules, for
Roll.

PLECY

Sunw

argent

Roll) bore, vert, three fleurs-de-lys or (F.) St. George Rolls. The" field also azure in the latter roll.
v.

Durwell

Drewell.

Dunbar, Patrick, Earl of

bore, at the

Dutton, Laurence de
;

battle of Falkirk I2<J8, gules, a lyon rampant argent, a l>ordure of the second charged with roses of the first ; he bore this also at the

(R. n. Roll) bore, nr^cnt /jitarterly with, gules a fret or; Surrey Roll (F.) ascribed to Sir PIERS in the Atkinson Roll. See also ALAYN DE ELLKSFELD.

"Conte de Laonis (Lothian); at the same siege his son PATRICK differenced the arms with a label (3) gules (F. ); though according to NICOLAS a blue label of 5 points most of the Rolls blazon the roses (fraises) as cinqueThe bordure is omitted from the foyles.
;

siege of Carlaverock" 1300,

when he was

styled

*[Dykes, "William de, of Dovenby in Cumberland (E.


III.)

sable; Shirley.]

bore, F.

or,

three

cinquefoyles

Dyk(e)s, "William de
;

Norfolk Roll.

(R. n. Roll) bore, argent, afess vaire or and gules betwreen three F. water-bougets sable Surrey Roll.

fDunstanville, "Walter de
Dering, Glover, and

Roll) bore, argent, fretty (6) gules, on a quarter of the second a lyon passant gardant or (F. )
;

(H. HI.

*Dymoke, John
two
or
;

(R. n. Roll)

bore, sable,

in pale argent crowned lyonceux passant Surrey Roll and Jenyns' Ordinary. F.

Howard

Rolls.

Dymot,
(R. n.)
Roll.

Dunsta(n)ville, Sir Robert, K.G.

bore, argent a fret gules within a bordure engrailed sable, over all on a canton of the second a lyon passant or K. 399 fo. 30. This K.G. is doubtful.
;

Sir David, of co. Lane. (E. n. Roll) bore, gules, on a chief or a lyon passant sable (another of the field) Parliamentary
;

Dyne, Sir John


or a fess sable
;

of

Oxon

(E. n. Roll) bore,

Parliamentary Roll.

Dunyton, Reynald de
argent

three crosses n.oline in trick ; Jenyns' Ordinary.


v.

(E. HI. Roll) bore, moline gules fer-de-

Dynham,
fusils

Durace

(E. in. Roll) three palets vair, on a chief or a demi fleur-de-lys issuant sable Jenyns' Ordinary.
l>ore, gules,
;

Derace, le Conte

Sir Oliver, knighted at the bore, gules, four conjoined in fess ermine, a bordure engrailed argent (F. ) JOHN bore the arms without the bordure Surrey Roll and Jenyns' Ordinary. Sometimes five fusils and sometimes ermines.
capitulation of Calais 1348
;

Duresme, Sir

(or GEI.EM) of Essex (E. HI. Roll) bore, argent on a cross of St. five George (gules) fleurs-de-lys or ; Parliamentary Roll and lenyns' Ordinary six fleursF. de-lys in Ashmole Roll.
;

Emon

Dynham, Oliver de
gules, three bezants
;

(E. in. Roll) bore, Jenyns' Ordinary.

A TOURNAMENT,

CIRCA 1500; BRITISH MUSEUM,

Dyve

ADD. Ms. 24,098.

( )a Suffolk Knight (H. vi. Roll) bore, gules, a chevron between three dyvers the breasts sable, argent Arundel Roll. F.
;

FROM THE HASTINGS BRASS

IN

ELSING CHURCH.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

" Here they gave the King's

Crown

to Harold.'"

His Coronation.

After the Bayeux Tapestry.

E
[Eam, Sir Henry, K.G.
a
fess

a founder bore, or, issuant therefrom a demi-lyon rampant gules K. 398 fo. 28. F.] Eceleshall, Sir Robert de (E. n. Roll) bore, gules, a bend between six martlets 3 and 3 argent another sable and or Parliamentary
,

sable,

*[Egerton, Uryan, of Egerton, in Cheshire, bore, MALPAS, argent (a lyon ramI4th cent.
.

pant gules between)


Shirley.]
F.

three pheons

sable.

'

Eglescliff, Walter de (E. in. Roll) bore, or, on a saltire jizure five plates Jenyns'
;

Roll.

Ordinary.
(or

Echebaston, Sir Richard


TON).
I.

ASHEBAS-

Eglesfield,
Roll.

See EOGEBASTON.
baron, 8 E. n.

de (E. i. Roll) bore, argent, three eaglets displayed gules Jenyns'


;

John

Echingham, William de,a

(E. Roll) bore, azure fretty argent. (F. ) Camden Roll. Borne also at the siege of Rouen 1418. Ascribed also to another Wn.LiAM(J) in the Dering Roll.

Eglestone,

Adam
Hugh

de, of Wilberfosse
;

(E. I. Roll) bore, argent an eagle displayed sable, membered purpure Jenyns' Roll.

Ekont

v.

Q-lanvile.
(E.

Echingham,
(E.
II.

Sir Robert de,


bore,
;

of

Kent
a

Elande, Sir
argent,

n.

Roll)

bore,
;

Roll)

azure,

fretty

argent,

on a bend gules three escallops or


n.

bordure indented or

Parliamentary and Ash-

Parliamentary Roll.

Rolls. Le Sir r>E E. bore the engrailed in Jenyns' Ordinary.

mole

bordure

Elande, Thomas de
;

Eclynge, William de
;

(orOci.YNE) (E. in. Roll) bore, sable, six lyonceux rampant Called DETI.ING argent Jenyns' Ordinary.
in the

(R. Roll) bore, gules two bars argent between eight martlets 3, 2, 3 of the last Surrey Roll.

Ellerton,

Camden

Roll.

de, of Swaledale (E. in. Roll) bore, argent, a chevron between three bucks' heads cabossed sable Jenyns' Roll.
;

Roger

Eden(
bore,

a Suffolk Knight-(H. VI. Roll) ), azure, a chevron between three close helmets or Arundel Roll.
;

Ellesneld, Sire Gilbert de

Edenham, Robert,
Roll) bore, azure, on a phins embowed argent.

of Swaledale (E. n. bend gules three dol(F.


) Jenyns' Roll. 1292 -bore, gules,

*^Edgcumbe, Richard,

(or EI.MESFIELD),ofOxon bore, at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322, undee (6) argent and sable ( F. ). (Three bars in Ashmole Roll.) Sir JOHN of Oxon bore the same; another Sir GILBERT differenced it with a label (3) gules Parliamentary Roll.
;

on a bend ermine cotisedor, three boars' heads couped argent. Shirley. ] F. Edgebaston, Sir Richard de, of co. Line. bore, at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322,
argent, a lyon (rampant) sable, a baston azure a cinquefoyle ermine. (F. ) The lyon gules and the cinquefoyle argent in the Parliamentary Roll the cinquefoyle sometimes on the lyon's shoulder and at other times on the baston.

Ellesfeld,

Oxon

(ELCHESKIEI.D) of argent two bars undee sable; Parliamentary Roll.


(E.

Sir

John

n.

Roll) bore,

Ellesfeld,

Alayn de
over
all
),

(E.

i.

Roll)
)

bore,

DUTTON,
mullets (6)

on a bendlet sable three of the third (or). (F. Segar Roll.


of

Ellis
III.

(E. Roll) bore, sable, three (" haches batantz ")


( ;

Thornton Rust, Yorks.


Grimaldi Roll.

battle axes argent

Edlington

v.
(

Erdington.

[Edwardes
gules,

of Kilhendre, Salop bore, ) a chevron engrailed between three F. tygers' heads erased argent. Shirley. ]

Ellis, Sir Henry, of Yorkshire-(E. n. Roll) bore, or, on a cross sable five crescents argent
;

Parliamentary Roll. Surrey Roll.

JOHN bore

escallops;

n&-

* Jm '"*z rV%N*9M
*i

J.*l<m#t~jp

74

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

KING EDWARD

VII.

anfc <5otba
AS TRACED

FROM

ist Iking of the Sayons. 434,

BY JEROME HENNINGES,

1583.

Revised with the Genealogies of the Margraves of Meissen by Dr. Gosse.


This pedigree rather suggests that one

may contemplate

the Accession of King

Edward

vn., 23 January,

1901,

as a regaining of Britain by the Saxon.

HRNGST or HENGIST,
Yortiger,

inv the invitation King of the Saxons on the death of his father, Witigislaus <4th from Woden) in 434. Upon r, .__ ._ ...:.u with King of the Britons, to assist him against his Northern enemies, the Scots and Picts, he set sail for Britain in 447 It is said that he became King of Kent, and that he received the whole his Angles or firsuKnglishmen, and landed in Thanet. Hengist is said to have died in 474 or 488, country of Kent oh giving his daughter Rowena in marriage with King Vortiger. father of Hadwaker (or Audoacre), father of Hattwigate, father of Hulderic, father of Bodicus, father of Berthold, father of next named = Sighard, father of Dietrich, father of Wernekind, who was father of Wittekinrl,

of

HORSA
hjg

or HORSTUS sailed with brother into Britain, and was slain at the Battle of Ailsford, in Kent.

WITTEKIND THE GREAT,

last

King and

fiist

Duke of=SvATANA, Duchess


Saxony (and
wife).

of

CHARLEMAGNE,
d. i, bd.

or

CHARLES THE
Italy,

Saxony, A. D. 789, warred with Charlemagne, by whom he was conquered d. 807.


;

King of France,

and Germany

GREAT, = HII.DEGAKDE, dau. of Hildebrand, Duke of


;

24 Jan., 814.

Swabia

(ist wife).

WITTEKIND
d. 825.

ii.,

Count of Wettin, near Halla, = JULIANA or YOLANTHA, dau. of Theodoric, Count of Rochiltz.

LEWIS, Plus,

d.

840.

=JUDITH, dau. of Guelph, Count of


(2nd wife).

Altorf, d. 843

DITGREM, Count of Wettin and


of Zorbig, d. about 850.

Burgrave=BossENA, Countess of
Pleissen.

CHARLES

n.,

Calvus

or

the

= HERMENTRUDE,

Bald, d. 6 Oct., 878.

dau. of Odo, of Orleans (ist wife).

Count

DiTMAR, Count
d.

of Wettin and Burgrave of Zorbig, 933 (83 years after his father !)

= WlLLA,

dau. of Otto, of Raveningen.

Count

LEWIS

in., Balbus, d.

10 April, 879.

= ADELAIDE

(2nd wife),

DIETRICH or THEODORE, =JUDITH, dau. of Bion, Count of Wettin, d. Count of Merseburg.


about 970.

DEDO

I.

Von
Hopf,

Wettin,
p. 150.

953-7-

EDGINA, dau. of Edward, =CHARLES in., the Simple, = FREDERUNE d. 7 Oct. 929, wife), King of England (2nd
|

(ist

wife).

DEDO

ii.,

Count

of-TiTBURGA,

dau.

of

DIETRICH
982-1009.

I.

Von

Wettin,

LEWIS iv.,of=GERBEGA,

dau.

Wettin,

d. 1009.

Theodoric, Margrave of Brandenburg.

MARGRAVES OF MEISSEN.
DIETRIC or THEODORE 11., Count of Wettin = MATILDA, dau. of Echard, Marand Landsberg, d. 1034. grave of Misnia or Meissen.

THIMO, Margrave of Meissen,


(57 years after his father
!

d.

iO9i

= lTHA,

dau.

of Otto,

Duke

of

Saxony, on the Weser.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.


CONTINUED FROM PRECEDING PAGE A
:

MARGRAVES OF MEISSEN.
CONRAD, surnamed
his cousin

LANDGRAVES OF THURINGIA.
I

the

Great,

succ.

= LUITGARDIS,
Conrad
ill.

sister of

Emperor

LEWIS

ii.,

surnamed the

Leaper,

Henry, Count of Eulenburg (nephew to. Dietrich, Count of Wettin and Margrave of Meissen), in 1127; he was invested with the dignity of Margrave of Meissen by
the Emperor Lothair, who also conferred on him the Margravate He d. of Lower Lusatia in 1136. 1157 (66 years after his father )
!

Thuringia, d. 1123.

Landgrave of=ADELHEiD (and wife), dau. of Udo, Margrave of Stade.

LEWIS
'

in.,

made Landgrave

of Thuringia,

with

= HEDWio,
Emperor

special privileges, 1130, d. 1149.

dau. of Lothair.

the

Saxon

LEWIS

iv.,

surnamed the
d. 14 Oct. 1172.

Iron,

Landgrave

of=Jui)iTH, dau. of Emperor Conrad


111.
|

Thuringia,

OTTO, Margrave of Meissen, surnamed = HEDWIG,


the Rich, d. 1189-90.

dau. of Albert (Ursus), the first elector of Brandenburg.

HERMAN
d.

I.,

Landgraveof Fhuringia, =SOPHIA, dau.

of Frederick v. of Saxony (ist wife).

1215.

ALBERT, Margrave of Meissen, surnamed = SopHiA, dau. of Frederick, Duke of Bohemia, the Proud, was poisoned by one of his
servants, 1195.

DIETRICH

or THEODORE, Margiave of=JUDiTH, heiress of Thuringia after her brother Henry; she re-m. to Poppo XIII., Meissen, Count of Weissenfels, only brother of Albert; poisoned by his physician, 1222 Count of Henneburg. (ist husband).
<

MEISSEN AND THURINGIA UNITED.


CONSTANTIA (ist Leopold, Duke
before 1262.
wife) dau. of of Austria, d.

HENRY, surnamed
b.

the Illustrious, youngest son,


his

= AGNES

(2nd

= wife), sister of
King

ELIZABETH, of
(3rd wife).

Maltitz

1218

Margrave of Meissen tnrough

father, and Landgrave of Thuringia his mother ; d. 1287-8, aged 70.

through

Wenceslaus of Bohemia.

DIETRICH, Bishop Naumberg, 1245-72-.

of

ALBERT, surnamed

the Froward, obtained the = province of Thuringia for his portion dishimself in wars in Prussia, 1265 tinguished
;
I

MARGARET,

d. at Erfurt, 1314,

aged

74.

dau. of Emperor Frederick n., 1256; to avoid assassination she fled from her husband, who m. Cunigunda von Eisenberg, one of her ladies.

DIETRICH or THEODORE. =

HE

HERMAN

FREDERIC

the long. the little.

FREDERIC,
junior.

HENRY, a
land,
1299.
d.

Mar- = ELIZABETH, Countess of


at

DIETRICH,
Leipzic,

dwelt

at

Altenberg,

murdered in the Church 24 Dec. 1307, aged 37.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF AXMS.


<.\I1\UED FROM PREIEDIXG
\

THE KRNKSTI.NK

LINE.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.


CONCLUDED FROM PRECEDING PAGE:
ERNESTINE FREDERICA SOPHIA
m. 6 Mar. 1776
;

77

(ist wife), dau. of=FR.\NCis FREDERICK ANTHONY, Duke of Saxe-Saalfeld-= AUGUST A CAROLINA SOPHIA (2nd wife), dau. Ernest Frederick Charles, of Saxe-Hildburghauseu, Coburg, b. 15 July, 1750; d. 9 Dec. 1806. Henry XXIV., Count of Reuss Ebersdorff, m. d. 28 Oct. following. d. 16 Nov. June, 1777 1831.
I

of 13

ERNEST FREDERICK

LOUISA DOROTHEA
(ist wife),

MAKY LOUISA
VICTORIA, b. 17 Aug. 1786
Mar. 1861 m. first 21 Dec. 1803,
d. 16
; ;

ANTHONY CHARLES LEWIS


Duke
latter

EDWARD, Duke
of Kent and Strathearn,

only

FERDINAND GEORGE
AUGUSTUS, Duke of SaxeCoburg b.
;

MARIA
ANTOINETTE, only child and
heir of Francis

LEOPOLD GEORGE FREDERICK


CHRISTIAN, King
of the Belgians (elected) 21 July,
1831,
b.
;

'-

CHARLOTTE
AUGUSTA,
Princess of
(ist wife),

i.

child of Augustus,

Wales
;

of Saxe,

Duke

of Saxe;

Coburg and Gotha


(K.G.), to which he succeeded 12 Nov. 1826.
Saalfeld

Gotha Altenburg m. 31 July 1817 d. 30 Aug. 1831.


;

(2nd husband) K.G., G.C.B.,


Field-Marshal, 4th son of

only

Joseph, Prince
of Kohary, in

when

passed to Saxe-

= ANTOINKTTA FREDERICA (and


wife), dau. of

as 2nd wife to Emich Charles, Prince of Leiningen, who died 4 July,

28 Mar. 1785 d. 27 Aug.


1851.

K.G.

child of Geo. IV. m. 2 May, 1816;


d. s.f.

Hungary
d.

George
land
d.
;

III.,

m. 30 Nov. 1815
25 Sept. 1862.

16 Dec. 1790; d. 10 Dec. 1865.

6 Nov.

1817.

King of Engb. 2
;

LOUISE MARIE

THERESE

(2nd

Meiningen

b. 2 Jan. 1784 d. 29 Jan. 1844.


;

Alexander, Duke of Wurtemburg m. 23 Dec. 1832 d. 24 Sept. 1860.


; ;

Nov. 1767
23 Jan.
1820.

wife), eldest dau.

1814.=

FRRDINAND, Regent of= MARIA DA GLORIA Queen of PortuPortugal, b. 29 Oct.


1816 d. 17 Dec. 1885 (znd husband).
;

of Louis Philippe, King of France


;

gal,
J

1836; d.
1853.

15

Nov.

m. 9 Aug. 1832
d. ii Oct. 1850.

ERNEST Duke
b.

AUGUSTUS,
of

ALBERT FRANCIS
AUGUSTUSClIARLES

= VICTORIA, Queen

of

PEDRO

Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, K.G.,
21 died
s.f.

Great Britain and


Ireland, Empress of India, crowned

v., King of Portugal, d. s.p.

Louis

i.,

King of=MARiA, dau.


1

Portugal, 1861,

of

Victo
n.,

Nov.

1861.

K.G.,

b. 31
;

June, 22

1818

EMANUEL, Duke of Saxony,


Prince of Saxe-

1893;
1842,

m. 3

Aug. May,

dau.

Grand
Baden.

Alexandrine, of Leopold, Duke of

Coburg and Gotha, PRINCE CONSORT,


K.G., K.T., K.P.,

Westminster Abbey, 28 June, 1838, and proclaimed Empress of


in

Oct. 1838 m. 6 Oct. 1862 ; d. 19 Oct. 1889.

Emanuel King of

LEOPOLD

IL,

Italy, m. 6 Oct. 1862.

King

G.C.M.G.,
Marshal
b.
in

Field-

the
;

d. 14

English Army 26 Aug. 1819 Dec. 1861.

India at Delhi, i Jan. 1877 b. 24 May, 1819 ; m. 10 Feb. 1840; d. at Osborne, 23 Jan. 1901.
;

of the Belgians, 1865, K.G., b. 9 22 April, 1835 Aug. 1853, Maria, Archduchess of Austria, 2nd dau. of Archduke
I

PHILIP EUGENE, Count of Flanders,

Duke

of

Saxe-Coburg, m. 1867, Princess

Mary Louisa, dau. of Charles, Prince of


HohenzollernSigmaringen.

Joseph.

*T

4 daughters

4I

CARLOS, King of Portugal, 1885, = MARIE AMELIE, K.G. ,b. 28 Sept. 1863, ENTITLED Princess of TO QUARTER THE ANCIENT m. 22 France, ROYAL ARMS OK ENGLAND. May, 1886.

ALPHONSO, Duke
of
b.

Oporto,
31 July, 1865.

PRINCE ALBERT LEOPOLD,


b. 8 April,

1875.

Louis PHILIPPE, Duke de Bragnnza,


b. 21

MANUEL, Duke de
b. 15

Beja,

March, 1887.

Nov. 1889.
I

EDWARD
land,

VIL, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ire-

ALEXANDRA
CAROLINE,
eldest dau. of Christian
ix., King of Denmark, Lady of the

ALFRED ERNEST
ALBERT, Duke of
Saxe-Coburg-Gotha
1893,
OP,

= MARIE
1

ARTHUR
WILLIAM,

LOUISE,
Princess of Prussia

LEOPOLD,

VICTORIA,
Princess Royal of the United

ALEXANDROVNA
(V.A..C.I.). only dau. of Alexis Emperor of all the

DUKE OF
ALBANY,
1881, K.G., K.T., &c.,
b.

FREDERICK in., GER-

II PRINCESS ALICE, Grand Duchess


I I

DUKE OF
CON-

MAN
EMPEROR AND KING
OF PRUSSIA,
1887,
d. 15

of Hesse.

and of all the British Dominions bethe Seas, King, yond


Defender of the Faith,

PRINCESS

NAUGHT
ANDSTRATHEARN,
1874, K.G., K.T..K.P., &c. Grandmaster of the United
,

DUKE

Emperor
ascended
23 Jan. claimed

of the lopi

India,

Order of the
Garter m. 10 Mar.
;

Throne
;

pro-

King

next

1863.

EDINBURGH, 1866, K.G., K.T..K.P.,


;

Russias
1874.

(V.A..C.I., R.C.), 3 rd dau. of Prince Frederic Charles of


Prussia,

Kingdom

(HELENA) CHRISTIAN of Schleswig


Holstein.

7 April, 1853 d. 28 Mar. 1884 m. 27 April,


;
;

GERMAN

(V.A..C.I.),

K.G.,
June,

PRINCESS LOUISE,
Duches-s of Argyll.

EMPRESS

ANDQUEEN
FREDERICK
OF PRUSSIA, b. 2i Nov. 1840 m. 25
;

1888.

m. 23 Jan.

1882,

PRINCESS (BEATRICE) HENRY OF

day

ham
;

born at BuckingPalace, 9 Nov.

created Prince of 1841 and Earl of Chester, 4 Dec. 1841 Earl of Dublin (attached to the Crown), 17 Jan.

Wales

P.C..G.C.B. &c., &c. b. 6 Aug. 1844;


d.

G.C.B., m. 13 Mar.
1879.

Princess

BATTEN HURG.

Helene
(V.A., 01., R.C.), dau. of late

Grand Lodge of
Freemasons
4of England, 1901, a

Jan. 1858
d. 5

30 July,

Aug.

1900.

George
Victor,

1901.

3 daughters.

General in
the

Prince of

1850
at

bapt.

Army
i

W'aldeck

St.

born
1850.

May,

and Pyrmont.

George's Chapel,

Windsor,
25 Jan. 1842.

PRINCE ARTHUR,
b.

13 Jan. 1883.

PRINCESS MARGARET. PRINCESS VICTORIA.

PRINCE ALBERT

SOME FEUDAL

-COATS OF ARMS.

Elmbride
;

(E. in. (F.I.MINDBRIGHT) or three tremoyles Roll) bore, gules, on a chief See next blazon. vert Cotgrave Roll.
,

England, Edward
the

III. King of l*.r<amis of France and Kngland quarterly in Monumental Brass Elsing Church, Norfolk. EDWARD THF. BLACK PRINCK differenced with
;

Elmeden, William-(E.

n. Roll) bore, crescents of the argent, on a bend sable three first. (F.) Jenyns' Roll. de (H. in. Ro!l)1x>re, Elmerugge, argent and sable on a chief or three

Monumental
the siege of quarterly.

a label (3) at the siege of Calais 1345-8 Effigy next page.

see
at

Adam

England, Henry V. King of


Rouen
1418,

tore,

France and England


Bedford,

checquy elm leaves slipped George Rolls.

vert.

(K.

Arden and

St.

England's Royal Princes -See

Elingham or Klniham. Elmhani, Sir in Norfolk, Knight (H. vi. Roll) bore, disargent a fess gules between three eagles and Arundel Rolls. played sable; Atkinson it also THOMAS bore Jenyns' Ordinary.
"W., of
;

Chester, Clarence, Cornwall, Derby, Exeter. Gloucester, Huntingdon, Kent, Lancaster, Richmond, Rutland, Wales, York, &c. &c.

Englefleld, Sir

Eltham, Thomas de

(H. HI. Roll) bore,


;

azure, an estoile of 15 points or

Howard
;

Roll.

and gules. (E. n. Roll) bore, barry (6) argent on a chief or a lyon passant azure Parliamentary Roll argent, three bars gules, &c.. in Arundel Roll.
;

Roger

de, of Berks.

Emerike, John
(6) or

(K.

in.

Roll) bore, barry

and

sable,

a baston ermine

Englethorpe
(H.
VI.

).

an
;

Essex

Knight
Roll.

Cotgrave
bore,
at

Roll) bore, gules, a cross engrailed

Roll.

ermine, an annulet argent

ArunSel

See

Empryngham,
;

Sir

the battle of Boroughbridge 1322, vert, an inescocheon within an orle of (am'oles) martthe field sable in the Cotgrave lets argent See also F.RPttJGHAM. Roll.

Jqhan de

Eneby, Robert
Enfende,
Sir

(H. in. Roll) bore, paly (6) argent and gules, a bend sable. (F. ) Dering and Howard Rolls.

INGLETHORPE. or Englishe, Sir John le (ENGI.KYS), Cumberland- (E. n. Roll) bore, sable, three Parliai 2 and argent lyonceux rampant Sir ROKF.ST and WILLIAM mentary Roll. bore the same a second trick in Ashmole Roll makes the lyons ermine. See also INGLOWE.
;
;

Bartholomew

Englosee, Sr.
Rouen

de,

of

Middlesex -bore, at the first Dunstable tournament 1308, argent, on a canton sable a mullet or the canton gules (F. ) in the Parlia;

bore, at the siege of ) and a; 1418, gules, three gemelles or, canton argent billety sable Ashmole Roll.
(
; .

Enney se, Sr
Erde(
),

mentary Roll Cotgrave Roll.

the

mullet

pierced

in

the

bore, gules, a fess

de, of Bucks- E. n Roll > dancettee ermine Parl. Roll.


.

a Kentish Knight

(H.
;

VI.

Roll)

Enneld, Sir Henry de,


;

1297 bore, gules. an inescocheon within an orle of martlets or also borne by HUGH in ist Nobility Roll Jenyns' Roll, and thus blazoned -gules, an orle escocheon of the same. a false of martlets or,
;

Arundel bore, ermine three saltorelles gules Roll. )de (H. in. Roll) bore, checquy Erdern,(
azure and or, a chevron gules
;

Arden
n.

Roll.

See also

MAURUS, post.

Engayne, Sir John de


de
Doth
;

and Sir

Thomas

the capitulation of Calais 1348, the latter bore, or a fess dancey the former bore, gules, a fess dancey sable or IF.), which is also ascribed to RAFE in Jenyns' Ordinary, in which MS. azure, a fess dancettee argent, occurs for WILLIAM.

Erdington,
bore, azure, Surrey Roll.

Thomas de

(R.

knighted

at

two lyons passant

in pale

Roll). or
;

of Erdington, Sir Henry (EDKINGTON),two

Engayne, John de, banneret, a baron 1299 bore, at the battle of Falkirk 1298 and at the siege of Carlaverock 1300, gules, crusily and a fess dancettee or he signed, but did not seal, the Barons' letter to the Pope 1301, p. xxiv. Sir HENKY bore this also at the siege of Calais 1345-8 (F.J, and they are ascribed to WILLIAM
;

Warwickshire, a baron 1336 bore, azure, Parliamenlyons passant or a bordure gules and Arden Rolls. ? Same as PKKCI.VAI.L
;

tary

DE SOMERI,

in St.

George

Roll.

Ere,N"icholede

(H
;

a cross gules fretty or

in. Roll) bore, ermine, Howard Roll. See ORE.

Erington, John de
;

in

Howard

Roll

and

Jejiyps' Ordinary.

Engayne, Eustace (DENCAYNE)


;

(E.

HI.

(E. in. Roll) bore, chief three escallops argent, two bars and in azure Jenyns' Roll. de-(R. H. Roll) bore, Ermine,

William

Roll) bore, azure, billettee and a fess dancettee or, a label (3) gules Jenyns' Ordinary.
(R.

ermine, a saltire engrailed gules, on a chief of the last a lyon passant gardant or Surrey
;

Engayne, John
on a
fess

Roll.

See also AYRMYN.

n. Roll) bore, azure,


;

dancettee between six escallops argent, a mullet pierced gules Surrey Roll. Engaine, Sir Nicholas de, of Essex (K. n. Roll) bore, azure, crusily and a fess dancettee or, over all a bend gules Parlia;

KING EDWARD

III.

Erpingham -: Empringham.
bore, 1401 Erpingham, Sir Thomas, K.G. an inescocheon.
at the siege of Rouen 1418, vert, within an orle of martlets argent (K.), and so. of Norfolk, in Parlia^ ascribed to Sir mentary Roll.

From a rubbing of the Hastings Brass,


in Elsing Church, Norfolk.

THOMAS

mentary
Roll
)

Roll.

Engham, Oliver de
;

(see IN<;HAM)-(E. in. bore, per pale or and vert, a cross moline Jenyns' Ordinary. gules

(R. Erpingham, Thomas de within


Roll.

n. Roll) an orle bore, azure an inescocheon of (8) martlets argent, another or; Surrey

England, Kings of Sec SKALS. England, Edward I. King of

the battle of Kalkirk 1298. and Carlaverock 1300, gules, passant or i.e. lyons passant gardant. Tiles. Neath Abljey, p. vii.

-bore, at at the siege of three leopards

Ertingdene, Bartholomew de
Roll)
St.

(H. in.

bore,

gyronny
Roll.

(12)

or and sable (F.);

George

See

Eryholme, "William- (E.


;

England, Edward

II. of bore, as Edward le Fitzroy, at the siege of Carhivcrock 1300; Kngland with a label (3, sometimes 5) azure

King

in. Roll) bore, martlets argent, a chevron between three sable Jenyns' Ordinary. in. Roll) bore, (E. Eschallers, chevronels sable ; argent, a fess txMween two Jenyns' Ordinary.

John-

SOME FEUDAL

- COA TS OF ARMS.

Eschallers, Sir
shire three

Thomas
;

of Cambridge-

Roll) bore, argent afess between annulets gules Parliamentary Roll. ESCALES, Harl. MS. 6137 fo. i8>>.
(E.
II.

Everingham, Adam,
and by JOHN,

Escote v. Estoote. JEslynge, Raufe de


azure, a bend gules boars' heads 3 and 3

baron 1310 -bore, gules a lyon rampant vair Nobility Roll. Borne also by Sir ADAM, knight banneret; Arundel, Nativity, and Parliamentary Rolls,
;

(H.

in.

Roll) bore,
;

cotised or between six couped of the last (F. )


i". Roll) bore, in chief three mullets

Dering and Howard Rolls.

in Jenyns' Ordinary an ADAM bore the lyon crowned or in St. George Roll EDMUND bore it charged with an annulet and THOMAS bore the gules, Ashmole Roll original coat with a baston or Cotgrave Roll.
;
; ; ;

Eslynton, John de(E.


argent, two bars

Everingham, Reynold de
argent
;

and

azure

Jenyns' Ordinary.
of.

(R. n. Roll) bore, gules, a lyon rampant vair quarterly with, sable, a bend between six crosses crosslet

Essex

and Gloucester, Earl GEOFFRF.Y DE MANDEVILLE.


of co.

See

Estave, Sir Bawdewynde (or ESTONWE),


Cambridge
(E.
;

Everingham, Adam de, of Birkin, Yorkshire, and John (E. in. Roll) bore, argent,
a

Surrey Roll.

II.

Roll) bore,

sable,

a cross patonce argent

Parliamentary Roll.
Jenyns' Roll.
Rolls.
4, 3, 2, i

Estcote,

Hugh de
;

mole

fess azure, a label (3) gules (azure, in Nativity Roll); Jenyns' Ordinary and Ash-

Roll.

(E. n. Roll) bore, sable

six escallops 3, 2, i or (F. ) in Arden and St.

Evering>ham, Sir Adam, and John


the baston sable
;

of

George

[Estcourt, Walter de
;

la, c. 1326 -bore, ermine, on achief indented gules, three estoiles or Shirley. ] F.

Rockley-(E. in. Roll) bore, quarterly argent and sable a baston gules. LAURANCE bore

Everley, Walter de

Estarling,
(6)

John de (E. i. Roll) bore, paly argent and azure on a bend gules three fleurs-de-lys or(F. ); Segar Roll.
v
.

Estonwe

Estave.
of Norfolk

Eyington, Sir John de


first

on a bend azure three escallops of the first Arden and St. George Rolls. WILLIAM took up the cross in the last Crusade 1270.
;

Surrey Roll. (H. in. Roll) bore, or

bore,

at

the

Estotevile, Sir Nicholas de,

Dunstable tournament 1308, argent, on a chief azure two fleurs-de-lys or. See also

(E. II. Roll), and (H. Ill, Roll) bore, burulec argent and gules over all three lyonceux rampant sable Parliamentary and Norfolk Rolls. Sir ROBERT, banneret (E. n.
;

Walter

OVINGTON.

Ewen, John, an
lys or
;

Essex Knight (H. VI. Roll) bore, sable a chevron between three fleurs-de-

Arundel Roll.

(H. in. Roll) bore one lyon only; Parliamentary and Glover Rolls.
Roll),

and ROBERT LE

NORMAND
la

Exeter,
1400

Duke
fo. 8.
(

of,

THOMAS BEAUFORT,

K.G.

bore,

within a bordure gobony ermine and azure.

France and England quarterly,

Estotevile, William, de
)
;

March

(H. in.

K. 400

Roll bore, burutee, argent and gules, over all three cocks sable Glover Roll.

Eynes, Sir

)of Salop
fess gules

(E. n. Roll) bore,

argent, on a

between three hounds


as

tEstotot, Robert

ermine on a cross gules

Arden and SCOTHE, SCOTTO and STOTOT. Estrateshull, Sir Nicholas de (EST'USHULLE), of Norfolk (E. n. argent, three cinquefoyles gules
;

in. Roll) bore, martlets or (F. ) St. George Rolls. Written also
1'

(H.

five

Eynesford, John and William


Eynesford, William

(talbots) courant azure, Parliamentary Roll.

many

besants

(E. in. Roll) bore, gules, a fret ermine at each joint and Rolls. Arden, Ashmole, Surrey
;

Roll) bore, Parly. Roll.

Estun
Etone

),

Roll) bore, or, label (3) azure


;

an Essex (?) Knight (H. VI. three covered cups gules, a Arundel Roll.
vi.

K.

Stone.
Roll) bore, burulee

Etton, Sir J.-(H.


;

bore, at the second Dunstable tournament 1334, gules, a fret engrailed ermine at each joint (F. ), ascribed also to JOHN in the Surrey Roll, and to Sir JOHN in the Abhmole Roll, where the trick as an illusion appears as ermine, sem6e of quatrefoyles gules. THOMAS bore the same differenced with a bordure azure in Jenyns' Ordinary.
in.

gules and argent on a quarter sable a cross pate or Atkinson Roll and Jenyns' Ordinary, differenced by a label (3) azure in Surrey Roll for DE ETTON.

Eynegrove, Walter de-(H.


George
Roll.

bore, ermine, a chief dancette'e gules (F.)

Roll)
;

St.

*[Eyre,
or.

Eure, Henry de, Sir John de, and Raufe de -(H. in- Roll) bore, quarterly or
and
gules, on a bend sable three escallops argent (F.); St. George and Parliamentary See FITZ-JOHN. Rolls, &c.

William le, of Hope (H. in.)-bore, argent on a chevron sable three quatrefoyles
RICHARD LE EYR took Shirley.] F. the cross in the last Crusade 1270.
up

*'Eyston,

John
wi,'
F.

(H.

Everard, Osmond-(E.
;

n. Roll) bore, argent, on a chief gules three mullets pierced of the field Jenyns' Roll.

EDWARD, THE BLACK PRINCE.


OB. 1376.
IN

lyons rampant

or.

bore, sable, three yi.) F. Shirley.] bore, or, a fret azure

*[Eyton,

John de, 1394

quarterly
Shirley.]

THE CHAPEL OF S. THOMAS BECKETT, CANTERBURY CATHEDRAL. After Stothard.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

of

XinMe^

Iball, co. ^Leicester,


<

anb E^re of ITlppcr Court,

co.
One

Rilfeenn\>.

of the most intelligible and best proofs of the ancient consequence of this family is that STEPHEN LE EYRE Ed. in. to take into the King's hands' the Alien Houses was commissioned with another person in

(Priories), in .the

county of Nottingham.

JOSEPH HUNTER.

RICHARD LE EYRE,

held the fourth part of a knight's fee at Barton, in Warwickshire, with his brother-in-law,

Robert Marshall, of Brough, near Hope, 36


Richard, the crusader, having dated at Westminster, 26 June, 1270, 54 H.
in.

A namesake 1251-2, TESTA DE NEVILL. in letter of with others taken up the cross, was named protection
Hen.
in.

RICHARD, WILLIAM and JOHN EYRE Public Record Office.

also

RICHARD and EDWARD HEYRE, occur

in the

Agincourt Roll, 1415.

RICHARD and HUGH EYRE,


whole
year.

gen.

with 4 archers
iv.

were

summoned

to serve the

King

in

Normandy

for

one

21 Nov. 14 E.

1474.
his brodyr, his Pety Captayn,

ARTHUR EYR

(possibly Sir
5

ARTHUR), and THOMAS EYR

were with the army

in

France.

Hen. vin. 1513.


=
I

WILLIAM
of the

KYKK, of Hope, in Derbyshire, temp. Hen. m., held one bovate of land there, in capite by service of the custody (or forestership) of the Forest of High Peak, in Hopedale, died seised thereof before 4 Dec., 28 Ed. I., Inq. p.m. 3 Feb. 28 Ed. I. 1291.
I.K.

King

1299-1300.

ROBKRT LE EYR, of Hope, aged 30 in 1291, when he did homage for his lands, = had summons to perform military service in person against the Scots, 29 Ed.
I.
I

r~

PETKR HKYR,

1319.

ROBERT LE EYRE, =
of Hope.
I

STEPHEN,

1362.

JOHN,

of

Chesterfield,
II.

co.

=JOAN, dau. and


|

co-heir of

Walter =

HUGH TOTHILL,
1336.

Derby, E.

Tinslow, of Tinslow, in Yorkshire.

WILLIAM LE EYR,
Edw.
in.
;

of Hope, forester of the Forest of High Peak, 19 Ed. in. Patent Roll, died s.p., 4 Nov. 1362, Inq. p.m. 30 Nov., 36
Nicholas, his brother and heir.

NICHOLAS LE EYRE,

of Hope, heir of his brother, = confirmed in his lands together with the custody of the Forest of High Peak, 23 Jany. 1362-3.
,

NICHOLAS LE EYRE, NICHOLAS EYRE,


12

of Hope, temp. H.

4.

=JOANNA,

dau. and heir of

Edward Barlow,

of Barlow, in Lancashire.
I

of

Hope,
of

ROBERT EYRE,
his wife
;

H.

VI.

ancestc stor

Nicholas, of London, 1670.

of Padley, in Derbyshire, in right of= JOANNA, dau. and sole heir of Robert Padley, lord Feet of Fines, 1432, 1442, 1448 d. 21 of Hat" Hathersage and of Padley, d. 9 March, 1463, March, 1459, buried in the church of Hathersage, buried with her husband brass in the chancel. to which he was a great benefactor brass in the chancel.
;
;

WILLIAM,

of North

Lees,

ir

Hathersage.

THOMAS, and
six daughters,

who

married.

ROBERT EYRE,
High
Will
Eyre),
shire 1482,

of Padley,

NICHOLAS

EYRE,

of

Sheriff

Derbyof

ancestor

Normanton-upon-Soar, Notts, where his descendants continued for


five

Archer

(formerly
1734.

M.P. Berks,

generations.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.


CONTINUED FROM PRECEDING PAGE.
A
I I I
!

81

ANTHONY EYRE,

of

Newbold and of
,

Keeton, or Keveton, Yorks, ancestor of of Colonel Henry Eyre, C.B.

ELIZABETH, wife of John Rollesley, of


Rollesley. ANNE, wife of

FAITH
Sir

(ist wife),

dau.

of=TnoMAS EYRE,
of

Rampton, Notts,
Lieut. -Genl.
Sir

and of the

late

Thomas

John Chaworth, Wyverton, Notts,

of Dunston and Holme, sometime of Amerton, all in Derbyshire, a zealous Catholic and great sufferer, temp. 6 Kliz.
;

JANE (and

wife),

dau.
of

John Fitzherbert,
ley aforesaid.

of Pad-

Sir Vice-Admiral George Eyre, K.C.B., K.C.M.G., father of the late

William

Eyre.

of CarnRevell, thwaite, Carnfu-ld. LUCY, wife of HumI

sold Whittington to procure the pardon of his buried at Dunston, father-in-law, Fitzherbert
;

May, 1593

m., ydly,

MARY YORK.

K.C.B.

phrey

Stafford,

of

MARY.

JANE

'Sir

Eyam.
I

JOHN ROUTH.
VINCENT,
married Robert
Somersall.
of

BARBARA
and

dau. of Sir Philip Draycott, of Paynsley, Staff. Kt.


(ist wife),

=EDVVARD EYRE,
I

of

heir

bold

Dunston Hall, a great sufferer by


of

and

New- = ELLEN (and wife), dau. Thomas Lowicke,


I |

cf of

Mary,

Rossington, dau. of
of

JANE, wife of William Plumpton.

ELIZABETH, Horn.

wife of

John

Osmotherley,

in

York,

Fitzherbert,

the penal laws in 1648.


I

md.
j

1610.

ROGER,
baptized

'

Religious,' at Chester-

THOMAS EYRE,

field-in-the-Peak, July, 1612.

26

of Woodhouse in Dronfield and of Newbold, a = zealous loyalist, captain in Sir John Fitzherbert's regiment of horse, raised a troop at his own expense, the first raised HI Derbyshire was in nine battles, ex parte regis is said to have fought hand-to-hand at Edge Hill with Oliver Cromwell, then a colonel, thrice in one battle Governor of Welbeck under the Earl of Newcastle fought at Newark taken prisoner near Derby in the retreat from Naseby, died in Derby Gaol 1645, from a fever, the result of neglect of his wounds. Buried
; ;

ELIZABETH, dau. of Robert Outram, of Woodhouse, and niece and next heir to Michal and Thomas A runaway Burton, of Holmesficld, co. Derby.

STEPHEN EYRE,
a volunteer
his
in

brother's
:

when

match, she not quite twelve years old

'twas said that

troop
twice,

married

at

West Hallam

admon. 23 June,

1647,

and again 19 May,

1648.

three sons were born, the total ages of mother and sons were under twenty-one years. Baptized at Dronfield, 13 May, 1624 m, at Barton mount, she died 29 Nov., 1688, the widow 19 May, 1636 of Francis Lowe, of Youlgrave.
; ;

THOMAS EYRE,

of Newbold, b. 22 Aug., 1641, d. 29 June, 1682, buried at Newbold.

= ISABELLA,

eldest dau. and co-heir of John Catterick, of Stanwick, in Yorkshire.

MICHAEL,

o.s.p.

ROBERT, of Holmesfield, parish


w.d. 9 April, Dronfield, proved 22 Jan., 1681.

of =

MARY,

dau. of Richard Washing-

1680,

ton, of Adwick-le-Street, Yorks.

EDWARD,
Chapel.

d.

28

Nov^,

VINCENT

EYRE,

of

Woodhouse

in

= ANN,

1700, buried in

Newbold

a herald and Dronfield, good and great friend of genealogist, Thomas and Edward, 8th and 9th Dukes of Norfolk, b. I Nov., 1673, d. at Glossop 20 Jan., 1759.
I
I

dau. of Nathaniel Bostock, M.D., of Whixall, Salop, by Anne, eldest dau. and co-heir of John Stafford, of Bury St. Edmunds, b. 18 Sept., 1684, in. i Nov., 1703, d. 10 Dec., 1746.

wife of ELIZABETH, of Henry Balguy, he Derwent buried


;

MARY,

wife of Nich. Bagnel, of Hodsock, Notts.

at

Hope

27

Nov.,

1737-

VINCENT EYRE,

of Highfield, in Chesterfield, a solicitor in Gray's Inn, unable to practise as he refused to take the oath. Secretary to Thomas, 8th Duke of Norfolk, and Secretary and Gentleman of the Horse to Edward, qth Duke of Norfolk born at Whixall 23 Jan. 1703-4, married,
;
,

EDWARD

EYRE, of London,
ancestor
of

NATHANIEL EYRE,

Silkmercer,

Lieut.-Col. Eyre, of Middleton Tyas, of the late MajorGen. Sir Vincent Eyre, C. B.,

of Glossop, in Derbyshire, steward to Edward, Duke of Norfolk, at Worksop, b. 2^Jan. 1713, d. 20 Aug., 1781.
(

K. C.S.I., and others.

and

died, s.p., 23 Oct., 1761.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

THE HERALDIC ATCHIEVEMENT


OF

THOMAS JOHN EYRE,


OF UPPER COURT,
CO.

ESQ.,

KILKENNY.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

" Here

Duke

William's soldiers fight against the men of Dinan, After the Bayeux Tapestry.

and Conan reached out

the keys."

F
[Fairfax,

William

(H. in.)

bore, argent,

Faucombe, Walter de
;

(H.

in.

three bars gemelles gules, surmounted by a lyon rampant sable crowned or. Shirley.] F.

bore, sable, a cinquefoyle within martlets argent Glover Roll.

an

Roll) orle of

See

also

*LFane,

Kent (\'ANK), of Hilden, (H. VI.) bore, azure, three dexter gauntlets or. Shirley.] F.

John

FAUKKHAM.

Fauconberg, Sir Walter,


baron (27 E.

Falvesley,
1383

John da

bore, or,

(FAWSLF.Y), a baron two chevron gules Surrey Roll.


;

Fanecourt, Sire Bartholomew debore, at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322, sable a cross patonce (flory) argent a bordure indented or engrailed in Ashmole MS. (F. ) ;

banneret, a I. bore, argent, a lyon Roll) Arundel, azure; rampant Parly., Surrey, and Ashmole Rolls (same as PIERS KKUS, of SkelROGKR bore the lyon differenced on the ton). shoulder with a fleur-de-lys Surrey Roll.
;

Fauconberg, John
(

and Jenyns' Ordinary.

fFanecourt, Gerard ds
;

(H. in. Roll) bore azure, billete"e or, a quarter ermine ( F. ) Arden Roll and Jenyns' Ordinary. The field gules in St. another argent, billete'e George Roll sable, Harl. MS. 6137 fo. 56.
;

F. The same coat WALTER, the baron, in


)

at the second Dunstable tournament 1334, argent, a lyon rampant azure, a baston gobony or and gules.

bore,

is ascribed to Sir the Nobility, Parliamentary and Nativity Rolls. JOHN bore the field ermine Harl. MS. 1481 fo. 44.
;

Fannell, John
cross or
;

(K.

in.

Roll) bore, sable a

Fauconberg

Jenyns' Ordinary. Fannell, Sir William, of Rutland (E. H. Roll) and Roger (K. III. Roll) bore, argent, a bend gules, a bordure sable bezantfe Parliamentary Roll and Jenyns' Ordinary. Allowed to FAVEI.L, of Northams.

of the South (E. in. ) ( Roll) bore, argent three leopards passant gules, i.e. three lyons passant gardant gules
;

Jenyns' Ordinary.

Fauconbsrgs, Peres,
;

of Ketelwell (E. in. Roll) bore, azure, a cinquefoyle between five martlets 3 and 2 or Jenyns' Ordinary.

JFarynges, Richard de
(H.
ill.

(FKRINGES)

Roll) bore, argent two (bars) gemelles and in chief a lyon passant gules. (F.) and Howard Rolls. Dering

Fauconberge, Walter de
;

(H. in. Roll) bore, sable, a cinquefoyle within an orle of Norfolk Roll. martlets argent
of

Farington, William
)

(R. n. Roll) borei gules, three cinquefoyles 2 and i or Surrey KFAKINGTON of ffarington, Kt. bore Roll. the same (E. iv. quarterly with, argent, a chevron gules between three leopards' faces sable Ballard Roll.
;

Fauconberge, Walter,
Roll)

Ryse-(E.

in.

or, a fess azure, in chief three palets gules St. George Roll, and so sealed Barons' letter to the Pope 1301, pp. xix, the xxiv ill Jenyns' Ordinary, the trick and blazon

bore,

is

three

"

peus recouped" (piles couped).

F.

Farmingham
Farnham,
(F..

i:

Framlingham.
;

Fauconbridge, Sir Henry

(E. n. Roll)

Sir Robart de, of co. Staff. n. Roll) bore, quarterly argent and azure four crescents counterchanged Parly. Roll.

*[Farnham, John,

1393 -bore, quarterly or and azure, in the first and second quarters a crescent counterchanged. Shirley.] F. Farnhill, John (E. n. Roll) bore, bendy and azure ermine (6) Jenyns' Roll.
;

bore, argent, ten lozenges (or fusils) conjoined for WILLIAM). (F.) 5, 5 barways sable (azure Parliamentary Roll and Jenyns' Ordinary b but in folio t8 b tricked as argent, ff, 21, 32

two bars engrailed

sable.

Fauconer, Sir John


;

le, of Notts (E. n. Roll (bore, argent, three falcons close, belled Roll. Parliamentary gules
bore, argent, a Dering (F. ) gules. also FAUCOMBE.

Fastolf,
or

and

(R. II. Roll) bore, quarterly azure on a bend gules three escallops
;

John

de-(H. in. Roll) JFaukeham, William fess between three annulets


and Howard
Rolls.

argent; Surrey Roil. Ascribed to Sir JOHN, K.G. temp. H. VI. K. 402 fo. 6.

See

84

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

*,Peilding,
(12 H. VI.
fusiis or.
)

(FII.DYNG), of Newnham bore, argent, on a fess azure three Seals E. III., R. II. Shirley.] F.

John

Felbridge, Sir Roger, of

Norfolk, knighted

bore, or, a at the capitulation of Calais 1348 lyon rampant gules (F. ), and so also did a knight and an esquire of the family at the siege Borne also by Sir ROBERT of Rouen 1418.

and

Sir

SIMON, K.G. the Standard bearer, see


,

Parliamentary, Guillim GKORGE bore the lyon mullet differenced with a pierced argent on his shoulder. See.Monument.il Brass, Sir GEORGE. Felbrigge, John (E. in. Roll) bore, or a

Monumental Brass and Ashmole Rolls.

lyon "embelife" rampant gules i.e. saliant. (Jenyns' Ordinary), and so blasoned for Sir ROGER, of Norfolk, in the Parliamentary Roll.

Feltgrave, John

(E. n. Roll) bore, or, three chevronels gules each charged with as many fleurs-de-lys argent Jenyns' Roll. Same as Sir WM. FITZRAFFE.
;

Felton,

John

a buck's head

de (E. in. Roll) bore, gules, cabossed or Jenyns Roll.


1

Felton, Sir Amand and William

(E. in. Roll) bore, gules two lyons passant ermine Sir Ashmole Roll and Jenyns' Ordinary. ROBERT and Sir THOMAS, K.<;.. bore the lyons Gloucester and or as in the crowned next;
;

Ashmole
first

Rolls.

Felton, Sir

John

de,

le

filz

bore, at the

Dunstable tournament 1308, gules, two lyons passant ermine crowned or. Sir WILLIAM bore it also at the siege of Calais 1345-8, and Le Sr. DE FELTON bore it at the siege of Rouen 1418 [one MS. gives two lyons argeht another three uncrowned lyons argent]. F. Sire ROGER bore it also differenced with a mullet (6) or on the cantel, at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322. F.
( )

Felton, Sir Robert de,

of co. Gloucr. II. (!".. Roll) bore, gules two lyons passant ermine, a baston gobony or and azure. Sir WILLIAM bore the lyons argent ParliamenSir JOHN, also of Gloucester, bore tary Roll. the lyons crowded or.
;

Felton,

and Will de-(E. in. Roll) bore, gules, two lyons passant argent within a double tressure flory counterflory of the second In Surrey Roll lenyns' Roll nnd Ordinary. the tressure is or, for JOHN.
;

John

Penes, Sir John de


;

(E. n. Roll) bore, or,


;

a lyon rampant sable Parliamentary Roll the argent for the Sire (J) DE FENES in the Dering and Camden Rolls, and the lyon rampant regardant in the latter. K. Penes, Sir R. and Sir J. (svith difference) (H. VI. Roll) bore, argent two lyons passant azure Atkinson Roll.
field
;

SIR SIMON DE FELBRIGGE, K.G., STANDARD BEARER TO RICHARD n.,


IN FELBRIGG CHURCH, NORFOLK,
1416, 4 H. v.

Penes, Sir Gyles de,


Roll)

bore,

Rolls. ROGER bore the coatundifferencedin Jenyns' Ordinary. GILES, WILLIAM, and INGRAM took up the cross in

rampant tary and Howard

of Sussex -(E. n. azure, three lyonceux 2 and i a label or, (3, 5) gules; Parliamen-

After Boutdl.

the last Crusade 1270.

Penton,
;

Thomas de
John

(E.

in.

Roll) bore,
fleurs-de-lys

aryrnt, a cross between sable Jenyns' Ordinary.

four

Fenwic'k, Sir

SIR

GEORGE FELBRIGGE.
IN PLAYKORD CHURCH," SUFFOLK, 1400.
After Boutell.

(E. in. Roll) bore, argent a chief gules, six martlets 3, 2, i counterchanged (F. ); Ashmole Roll and Jenyns
1

Ordinary

blasoned

as,

per fess gules and

argent, six martlets

3, 2, i

counterchangcd,

in

Surrey Roll.

Feringes

v.

Paringes.

Perlington, Ferlington,

in. Roll) bore, (K. sable, five fusils in fess or Jenyns' Ordinary.
;

Henry
v.iir

Henry

(E.

pules, three palets

and a

Ordinary and Grimaldi Roll.

m. Roll) bore, chief or Jenyns


;

SOME FEUDAL -COATS OF ARMS.

THE HERALDIC ATCHIEVEMENT


OF

HENRY STORMOUNT FINCH-HATTON, 13x11 EARL OF WINCHILSEA AND STH EARL OF NOTTINGHAM.

86

SO.VE

FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

Tome v. Cerne and Frene.


}Ferne, Philip de
(H. in. Roll) bore, per fess argent and gules a lyon rampant within a bordure all counterchanged (F. ); Ashmole copy of Dering Roll. Called also CKKNK.

Ferrers, William
vaire (old form) or Arden Roll. F.

(H.

in.

Roll)

bore,
;

and gules a bordure azure

Ferrers, William
;

(E. in. Roll) bore, vaire or and gules, a bordure azure, entoyre of de-crescents or Jenyns' Ordinary. (E. in. Roll),

Perre, Sir

(KEKK) of Suffolk (K. n. Roll) bore, gules, a fer-de-moulin argent, a baston azure Parliamentary Roll a cross recercclee in Segar and Harleian Rolls. F. took the cross in the last Crusade JOHN up
; ;

Guy

Ferrers, Richard

William
;

(H. HI. Roll) bore, vaire, or and gules, a bordure azure, entoyre of horse-shoes argent
Jenyns' Ordinary, St. George Roll, and Harl. MS. 1481 fo. 46 in the Howard and Camden F. Rolls the bordure is sable for WILLIAM.
;

1270.

Farrers, (William
and gules
in St.

7th) Earl of Derby (H. in. Roll) bore, vaire or and gules (F.); Glover, Arden, and Howard Rolls; argent

Ferrers, Sir

John

and

William
;

of Corn-

George

Roll.

ROBKKT (called

RAI.K) baron of Chartley, bore the same arms at the siege of Calais 1345-8, also as Sir ROBKRT when knighted at the capitulation of Calais 1348, by Sir JOHN, banneret, ist baron of Chartley (1299), and WILLIAM (E. n.); Nobility and Parliamentary Rolls.

wall (E. III. Roll) bore, or, on a bend sable three horse-shoes argent Ashmole Roll and Jenyns' Ordinary. F.

Ferret, Sir
gules,

John de

la

(E.

i.

Roll) bore,
;

a double headed eagle displayed or


Roll.

Holland

Fetheir, William
;

(E. n. Roll) bore, gules,

Ferrers, Sir Thomas de, of Herefordshire


(E. n. Roll) bore, vaire or

and

gules, a baston

achevron ermine between three plumes (feathers in trick) argent Jenyns' Roll. Harl. MS. 6589 gives a single ermine spot on the chevron.

azure

Parliamentary Roll.

Ferrers,
vair
;

Hugh

de-(H.

in.

Roll) bore,

Fifehead v. Fishead. Pyffe, Earl of-(E. in.


gules and or
(E.
II.
;

Roll)

bore,

paly

Glover Roll.

Grimaldi Roll.

Ferrers, Sir William


:

of Groby, banneret, a baron 1297 bore, the DE QUINCI coat, viz. gules, seven mascles conjoined 3, 3, i or (F. ), at the battle of Falkirk 1298, and at the siege of Carlaveroek 1300, Nobility and he sealed the Barons' Parliamentary Rolls
;

*[Filmer (Robert),
)

of Herst, in Otterden bore, sable, three bars and in chief as


Shirley.]
F.

many
*|

cinquefoyles or.
alias

Finch,
bore,

Herbert, Vincent
of Kent, Kt.

phons

argent, a chevron between sable. F. Shirley.]

(E. n.) three gry-

letter to the

Pope

grandfather of Sir

1301, pp. xviii, xxiv. Perhaps RALPH who differenced with

Fineux, Sir John,


lyon rampant argent
;

(H. vi.

a label (3) argent at the siege of Calais 1345- 8. Another Sir WILLIAM, knighted at the capitulatioii of Calais 1348, differenced with a baston
sth Lord FERRERS of Groby, bore the coat undifferenced at the of Rouen siege 1418, ascribed also to HENRY in Jenyns' Ordinary; another Sir RAUKF bore them (E. in.) within a bordure engrailed
azure.

Roll) bore, vert, a chevron between three eagles displayed or, quarterly with, gules, a

Arundel

Roll.

WILLIAM,

Fishacre
lucies or
;

(E.

Cotgrave

in. Roll) bore, azure six Roll.

Pishacre, William (E. n. Roll)bore, gules, a dolphin hauriant embowed argent Jenyns'
;

Ashmole Roll. The BADDF.SI.EYCLINTON line added a canton ermine to the DE QUINCI coat. F.
argent
;

Roll.

Fisheade, William

(E. in. Roll) bore, or, three water-bougets azure Jenyns' Ordinary.
;

Ferrers, Sir

bore, at the first Dunstable tournament 1308, vaire or and gules, (Add. MS. 5848) a lyon passant of the first, Harl. MS. 6137 fo. 32 ROBERT of Wem, baron 1375, bore the coat with a lyon passant gardant or, in the sautreme point Jenyns'
; ;

John de

Fisseburn, Giles de
gules,
Roll.

(H. in. Roll) bore, a dolphin naiant embowed argent St. George Roll. F. Called FissHMAN in Arden
;

Fytton,

Ordinary.

Ferrers, Sir

Thomas de

bore, at the

first

Richard (R. n. Roll) bore, argent on a bend azure three garbs or, a crescent of the second ; Surrey Roll. See
HKSKETH.
(E. iv.

Dunstable tournament 1308, vaire or and gules, on a tjuarter the arms of BOHUN, azure, abend argent cotised or between six lyonceux rampant
of the
last.

Fitton, Sir Thomas, of Gawsworth


Roll) bore, argent, two with crest quarter gules
;

F.

chevronels and Ballard Roll.

SOME FEUDAL

COATS OF ARMS.

jDaa'nnirv'
Fitz Alan, Sir
le, banneret, baron of Bedale 1295, sealed the Barons' letter to the Pope 1301, with a strange device, pp. xviii, xxiv. He bore, at the battle of Falkirk 1298, and at the siege of Carlaverock 1300, barry or and in the gules (F.I blasoned (i) as barry (10) Nobility Rolls 1297, 1299, 1300; (2) as barry these arms are said to be at Carlaverock
the same as HUGH POINTZ and see also Glover, Grimaldi, Howard and St. George Rolls and Jenyns Ordinary (3) attributed to BRYAN (1) as barry (6) in Dering and Guillim Rolls, and (4) as, or three bars gules
to
(8)
;

Bryan

Fitz Gsrald, Maurice,


-

a saltire gules. (F.) Howard, Camden and other Rolls. Ascribed to another MAURICE(J)
in

4th Earl of Kildare bore, at the siege of Calais 1345-8, argent,

Dering Roll.
I.

Fitzgerald, Sire Thomas, Earl of Desmond (E. Roll) bore, ermine a saltire
Guillim Roll and Jenyns' Ordinary. Fitz Gerald, Warine le (H. in. Roll) Ixjre, gules a leopard (a lyon rampant) argent, crowned or Glover Roll. Fitz Henry, Sir Aucher le, of Essex, baron 1310 bore, ermine on a chief azure three and Parliamenlyonceux rampant or; Nobility borne also by ROBERT, son of tary Rolls HENRY, in Parly. Roll. See FITZ AUCHER.
gules
; ; ;

be disputed,
;

in the

Arundel and Parly.


sealed the

Rolls.

Fitz Alan, Sir Richard,


banneret

Earl of ARUNDEL, Barons' letter to the

of Falkirk 1298, and at the siege of Carlaverock ascribed to 1300, gules, a lyon rampant or; another Earl JoHN(J) in the Dering Roll (F.); JOHN bore it at the siege of Rouen 1418 sable a fret or quarterly with MAI.TRAVERS,
;

Pope 1301

(pp. xv, xxiv),

and

bore, at the battle

Fitz Henry, Conan,


shire
(E. in. Roll)

and

of Kelfield, in YorkTHOMAS (R. n. Roll)

bore, argent a cross engrailed sable; Jenyns' Ordinary and Surrey Roll. JOHN LE FIT/. HENRY bore the cross gules (St. George Roll),

fretty

in

Monumental

Effigy.

See

also

ARUNDEL.

Fitz Aleyne "William


;

(E. in. Roll) bore, azure, three boars' heads erect couped paly (8) Roll. Ashmole azure and or F.
in. Roll) bore,

where it is said that the same arms were borne also by ANDR. LEVAAT and JOHN DE LA LINDE. HENRY, of Sconebrok, took up the cross in the last Crusade 1270. Fitz Henry, Hugh, lord of Ravenswath
the Pope 1294, sealed the Barons' letter to at 1301, pp. xxi, xxiv; SIR HENRY, knighted and RANDOLPH of Calais the capitulation 1348 and a chief or. (F.) (E. III.)all bore azure fretty St. George and Grimaldi Rolls. SeeFlT/.HuGH.
;

Fitz Aucher, Henry-(E.


;

ermine, on a chief azure three lyons rampant or Jenyns' Ordinary. See FITZ HENRY,

Fitz Barnard,
or
;

John

(E. n.

Roll) bore,

vair a fess gules in chief

two mullets pierced


in. Roll) bore,

Fitz Henry,
--(E.

Jenyns' Ordinary.

Fitz Barnard, Ralf le-(H.


vair,

F.llerton, Yorkshire argent seven mascles ermine a conjoined 3, 3, i gules, on a quarter covered cup or Jenyns' Ordinary.

Adam, of
bore,
;

in. 'Roll)

on a chief gules a cross patonce argent. See FITZ ROGER. (F.) St. George Roll.
la, of Kent, Fitz Bernard, Sir baron (8 E. n.)-bore, vair, on a chief gules two RAKE also bore this mullets or Parly. Roll. coat Arden Roll. JOHN and RAKE bore the
; ;

Fitz Herbert,
three lyonceux

Thomas

Ashmole rampant or See Frrz PIERS and FITZ &EQINALD.


;

(E. in. Roll) bore, gules, Roll.

Fitz Herbert,

mullets pierced in Jenyns' Ordinary and Roll. Fitz Ellis, Robert, of Newton -(E. in. in chief azure. Roll) bore, argent, a dancettee Roll. (F.) Grimaldi Roll and Jenyns'

(E. n. Roll) bore, and two cotises engrailed argent, six martlets a sable tricked as argent plain bend between two cotises engrailed sable Jenyns' Roll.
;

Thomas

*^Fitz Herbert, Sir

Fitz

(H. in. Roll) bore, argent, an eagle displayed azure on a REYchief of the second a lyon of the first. NAUD bore it or and azure. WYCHARD bore the reverse, and RICHARD bore it sable and
or.

Edmund, Athelward

bore, (E. i.) or and gules, over all a argent, a chief vaire bend sable. Shirley.] F. Sir le, banneret bore, Fitz at the battle of Falkirk 1298, azure fretty and Sir HENRY differenced son His a chief or. with a label (3) gules at the first Dunstable tournament 1308 Ashmole Roll and Jenyns' Roll. Ordinary azure, a fret or, in Cotgrave

Henry

Hugh,

Henry

Howard

Roll.

See FITZ HENRY.

FitzErnysfor
;

FITZ ERMYS), Sir Philip,


argent,

Fitz

of Hunts (E. n. Roll) bore, torteaux Parliamentary Roll.

three

Fitz Eustace, Sir Thomas,


shire
;

of Lincolnor,

-(E. n. Roll) bore, azure, crusily bend argent Parliamentary Roll.

le, banneret and azure, three chevronels Arundel, interlaced in base and a chief or Parliamentary and Surrey Rolls. F. (R. n. Roll) bore, Fitz

Hugh,

Sir

Henry

a baron 1321

bore,

Hugh, Edmond
three lyons
FIT/.

gules,

rampant
;

and

or,

bordure engrailed argent


vair;

Surrey Roll.

a See

Fitz G-sffrey,
quarterly
or

John le
and
gules

(H. in. Roll) bore,

bordure

Glover and Grimaldi

as RICHARD of Horsede, took up

Same

Rolls, Jenyns' Ordinary. LE FIT/. JOHN. HENRY, the cross in the lost

JOHN FITZ ALAN, EARL' OF ARUNDEL.


IN THE FlTzALAN CHAPEL, ARUNDEL,
1434.

Sir

REYNOLD

REGINALD.
Tanfelde-(E.
azure, over all an Grimaldi Roll barry
(14) azure

Fitz

in. Roll) bore, or three

of Hugh, Jernegan, bars


;

eagle displayed gules


(6) in Howard Roll, in Jenyns' Ordinary.

amd

and or

Crusade 1270.

After Stothard.

0-Krf *3>

4W

88

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

JFitz
Sir

Parly., quarUTlv .ir^'rnt and sable. (F.) Dering and Howard Rolls. Ascribed also to

Humfrey, Walter-

(E. n. Roll) bore,

JFitzNel, Robert- (H.


;

WAI.TKR, of Ksscx,

in Parly. Roll.

Same

ill. Roll) bore, paly (6) argent and gules a fess azure Dering Roll three bezants on the fess in the Ashmole in three or the Howard spur-rowells (F. ) Copy
;

HAMTLNK. Fitz John, Richard


as

and Segar

Rolls.

(/JOHN, baron

1264) gules, a bordure vair.

JOHN, Parliamentary Roll, and by |ons(J)in Dering, Howard and Norfolk Same as JOHN LE FITZ GEFKKKV. Kolis.
fil,

MATTHEW

le, a baron 1295 bore, quarterly or and Borne also by (F.F.)

Fitzneel,

n. Roll) (E. bore, argent, three palets gules, on a fess azure as many martlets or Jenyns' Roll. JOHN in Cotgrave, the martlets argent.
;

Thomas

Fitz Nicol,
gules,

Fitz John, Roger


;

le, de Evre (H. in. Roll) bore quarterly or and gules, a bend Glover Roll. sable (THOMAS FITZ NICOL bore the bendlet argent in Surrey Roll. ) Same

le (H. in. Roll) bore, semee of escallops argent, a cinquefoyle Ascribed also to RICHARD or; Glover Roll. in the Norfolk Roll.

Rauf

as Sir ROHKKT I.K FITZ ROGER. Pitz John, Mathew, D'n's de Stokeham
1297, sealed the Barons' letter to the Pope 1301, pp. xxi, xxiv, and bore, per pale (azure and gules) three lyonceux rampant (or) ascribed to HERBERT and JOHN LE FITZ
;

Pitz Nicol,
quarterly or

Thomas- (R.
and
gules,

n.

Roll) bore,

bendlet

argent
n.

Surrey Roll.
bore,

See also

ROGER LE FITZ JOHN.


(E.

Pitz Oberne, Sir Roger


three gemelles

Roll)
;

and a canton argent


in.

MAHEU
bore it

(see) in

Glover and Segar Rolls. (F.)

Parliamentary Roll.

Pitz John, Sir Robert le

checquvorand gules; Holland

(E. i. Roll) bore, Roll. RICHARD chief with a ermine in Jenyns' Ordinary.

fFitz Otes,

Fitz John, Randolf,


RANDOLPH.

of Woodhall-(E. in. Roll) bore, azure a chief indented or ; Grimaldi Roll ; dancettee in Surrey Roll. See F:TZ

bendy (6) or and azure a quarter ermine. (F.) St. George and Camdcn Rolls three bends in the Howard Roll bendy (8) argent and azure

Hugh

le-(H.

Roll) bore,

quarter ermine, in Jenyns' Ordinary.


le,
to

Pitz John, Sir


JPitz Lee
or

(E. n. Roll) chief three plates

de, of Lincolnshire bore, sable, two bars argent, in


;

Adam

Pitz Payne, Robert


sealed the Barons'
letter

Parliamentary Roll.

bore, at the battle of Falkirk pp. xix, xxiv. 1298, and at the siege of Carlaverock 1300,
gules, three lyons passant in pale argent, a baston azure. (F. ) Parliamentary, Segar and

He

a baron the Pope

1299, 1301,

(E. in. Roll) bore, sable, crusily and three crescents 2 and i argent. Roll. Dering (F.)

Pitz Lei, William

Pitz

Maheu, Philip le-(H.

in.

Roll)

per pale gules and azure three lyonceux rampant ermine. (F. ) Arden and St. George Rolls. See FITZ JOHN.
bore,

Pitz

le, banneret (eldest son of Marm. Fitz Geoffry, lord of Hordern vel Hawthorne, co. Durham) bore, at the siege of Carlaverock 1300, gules a fess between three popinjays argent (F. ) sealed the Barons' letter to the Pope 1301, pp. xxi, xxiv ascribed also to THWENG of Lumley in Jenyns' Roll and Ordinary. (F.) Sir RICHARD bore
;
;

Marmaduke, John

other Rolls (save the Nobility Rolls, in which, as Baron of Lammer 1297-1308, he has only two lyons). Sir ROBERT, Kt. banneret, bore the same without a baston Arunik'l Roll (H. vi.) and SIR JOHN or ROBERT of Gloucestershire bore, the baston gobony or and azure Parliamentary Roll and Jenyns' Ordinary.
;

Pitz Payne,
Fitzpiers,

John

le

(E.
;

argent, a hawk's lure gules

n. Roll) bore Jenyns' Roll.

or RENAUD LE (H. in. Roll) bore, gules, three lyonceux rampant or. (F.) Howard,

NARD

Reginald (REYXALD,
Camden

REY-

it(E. II. )withabaston, overall, azure; Parly., Jenyns' and Glover Rolls. See also THVVKV ii
.

Glover, St. George and

Rolls.

See

FITZ HERBERT and FITZ REGINALD.


bore, at the
i

Pitz Martin, Nicol le


argent,

two bars gules, a Glover and Jenyns' Rn'.'.s.

(H. in. Roll) tore, label (3) azure;

Fitz Rauff, Sir Robert le


first

Dunstable tournament 1308, burulee do)


gules

Pitz Michaell, TT
;

r-hael, of Siggeston (E. in. Roll) bore, tarry (8) or and gules, a quarter ermine Jenyns' Ordinary.
bore, at the
first
-

argent and azure three buckles 2 and tongues to the sinister.

Fitz Raffe, Sir Robert,

Pitz 7~ "''.-, C'r Robert


Du:isla!j'e

md
1

joules;

tournament 1308, paly (6) argent borne also (E. n.) by Sir RAIT nf
Roll
;

(SIR

WILLIAM) FITZ RALPH.


CHURCH
IN ESSEX, 1323.
. .

uc'.s,

Parliamentary

and THOMAS

IN PEBMARSH

(E. HI.) Jenyns' Ordinary.

After Waller.

of YorkshireIE. II. Roll) bore, harry (8) argent and azure three chaplets gules, a label (3) or Parly, and Nativity Rolls WILLIAM bore, burulee Some MSS. assign him (14) in Arden Roll. buckles, in lieu of chaplets gules, tongues to the dexter. F. See FITZ WILLIAM.
;

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

89

Fitz Rauffe, Raffe,


shire,

of

Multon

in

Richmond-

Fitz Roger, Sir Robert


of Clavering

founder of the Abbey of Egglestone (E. in. Roll) bore, barry (6) or and azure, tricked as or two bars azure, in Jenyns' Ord.

Fitz Rauff,
gules,

Hugh
;

fess vair

took up the cross in

le (H. in. Roll) bore, Glover Roll. WILLIAM the last Crusade 1269.
of Essex
;

le, banneret, lord bore, at the battle of Falkirk 1298, and at the siege of Carlaverock 1300, quarterly or and gules a baston sable (F.) signed, but did not seal, the letter to the., Pope
;

Fitz Raffe, Sir "William


as

(E. n.

Roll) bore, or, three chevrons gules on each many fleurs-de-lys argent Parliamentary Roll. See Monumental Brass. Same as JOHN FELTGRAVE, in Jenyns' Roll.

Nobility, Parly, and other 1301, p. Ascribed also to JOHN(J), in the AshRolls. mole Copy of the Dering Roll same as Sir ROGER LE FITZ JOHN. See also Sir JOHN DE CLAVERING.

xxiv;

Fitz Roger,
vair,

Fitz Rauf, Sire Randolf


;

at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322, purpure a chief indented or (F. ) Ashmole Roll.

bore,

le (H. in. Roll) bore a chief gules, (F. St. George Roll; ascribed also to JOHN, Baron FITZ ROGER, in See also CLAVERthe 2nd Nobility Roll 1299.
)
;

Rauf

ING and FITZ BARNARD.

Fitz Randolph, John, of Spenythorne, and Randolph Fitz John, of Woodall


(E.
III.

Fitz Simon, Sir

and

Rauf
;

Roll) bore azure

a chief indented

or,
;

of

Midleham bore the

reverse

Jenyns' Ordinary. fretty or Glover Roll.

HENRY

and (E. in. Roll) bore, gules, three false escocheons argent RICH(F.); Ashmole and St. George Rolls. ARD, K.G. a founder, bore the reverse in Arundel and Surrey Rolls.
,

Hugh

John

bore azure a chief

See also FITZ ROBERT.

Fitz Simon, Sir John,


at the battle of
fess

Fitz Reginald, John, baron

of Blenleveny in Wales (25 E. I.), sealed the Barons' letter to the Pope 1301, pp. xviii, xxiv bore, gules, three lyonceux rampant or Nobility and Parly. Rolls called FITZ RAYMOND in Arundel Roll. See FITZ HERBERT and FITZ PIERS.
; ;

of Norfolk bore, Boroughbridge 1322, sable, a


;

(between) three crescents argent (F. ); Parliamentary Roll another Sir JOHN bore the same, knighted at the capitulation of Calais
1348.

Fitz Simon, Sir John,


canton
;

Fitz Reginald, Sire Reynald le

bore, at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322, gules, three

lyonceux (rampant) or within a bordure indented argent (F. ) tricked engrailed in Ashmole Roll and so ascribed to EDMOND FITZ
; ;

of Herts (E. n. Roll) bore, azure three eaglets displayed or a ermine four Parliamentary Roll eaglets 2 and 2 in Harl. MS. 6137 fo. 13.
;

Fitz Symond, Richard le

bore, at the

HUGH
(E.
II.

in

Surrey

Roll.

Fitz Reynarde, Sir John,

of

Bucks
;

second Dunstable tournament 1334, gules, a chief or (F. ); THOMAS bore the reverse in Surrey Roll.

Roll) bore, or, two chevrons gules, on a canton of the last a lyon passant argent Called JACOB in Harl. Parliamentary Roll.

Fitz Simon, Sir Raffe,


(E.
n.
;

of Lincolnshire

Roll)

bore,

azure,

ermine

MS. 4033 fo. 36**. Fitz Richard, Sire


the
battle

up

Parly. Roll. the cross in the last

ROBERT DE WY' took


Crusade 1270.

a lyon

rampant

Hamond le
Rauf

bore, at

of Boroughbridge 1322, gules, a chevron (between) three unicorns argent. F.

Fitz Simon,

Fitz Richard, Sire

bore, at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322, ermine, a chief bendy (10) or and azure. F.

Simon le (E. in. Roll) bore, ermine Jenyns' Ordinary. Another SIMON (H. HI.) bore gules, three chess-rooks ermine (F. St. George Roll.
gules, three roses
;

Fitz Stevens, Raffe


Yorks
(E.
ill.

Fitz Robert, Randolph (of Midleham) or RANDOLPH DE MIDLEHAM (E. in. Roll)
bore, or, a chief azure
;

of Thornton Rust, Roll) bore, azure, three martlets

Grimaldi Roll.

See

or, tricked as martels See Jenyns' Roll.

MATHEW

(hammers with claws) of Thornton


;

Frrz JOHN and FITZ RANDOLPH.

Steward.

Fitz Robert, Sir Walter


(E.
II.

Roll)
;

Parly. Roll.
fess gules

le, of Rutland or two chevrons gules Another WALTER bore it with a


bore,
;

Fitz Thomas,

Grimaldi Roll.

See Frrz WALTER.


(E.
i.

Fitz Roger, Sire Robert le


bore, argent a lyon
;

Roll)

le-(H. in. Roll) St. George bore, lozengy argent and gules ( F. called FITZ in Arden Roll same Roll, COLOM, arras as JOHN COGAN. See also FITZ WILLIAM. JOHN, of Wrastulingwrth, took up the cross in the last Crusade 1270.
)
;

Thomas

rampant purpure (sable in Dering and Howard Rolls) (F.) Guillim Roll and Jenyns' Ordinary. RICHARD BALDERSTON
bears the same.

nruni

Fitz Urse, Reginald


or,

a bear passant
Roll.

(H. in. Roll) bore, sable, muzzled argent

Howard

F.

Ufit-S,

FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

Fitz Walter, Sir Robert


baron

le, banneret, a 1295, sealed the Barons' letter to the Pope 1301, pp. xv. xxiv. He bore, at the battle of Kalkirk 1298 and at the siege of Carlaverock 1300, or a fess between two chevronels gules. (F.) Nobility and Parly. Rolls. See also Tiles, Neath Abbey, p. ix. Borne also by knighted at the capitulation of Calais 1348, and by Sir RICHARD, Kt. banneret in the Arundel Roll (H. VI.) also by Le Sr. at the siege
,

Fitz

W(

),

John

ermine, two bars gules


bore, argent, a

le- (H. in. Roll) bore, Arden Roll.


;

Flamville, Sir William


maunche azure
Surrey Rolls.

(K.
;

in.

Roll)

Ashmole and
(E. u.
;

Plamville, Sir Roger,


Roll) bore, argent, a Parliamentary Roll.

of co. Leicr.
gules,

maunche

besante
in.

o o

of

Rouen

Lord.

1418, he probably 7th Ascribed also to ROBERT (J) in the

WALTER

JFlandres,

Baudwin de

(H.

Roll)

Dering

Roll.

See FITZ ROBERT.

Fitwaryn, Sir Pouke,


fess

of Whittington, banneret and baron 1295 bore, quarterly per indented (tricked, dancette'e) argent and gules, Nobility Roll, (quarterly indented in
the Parly.
in

rampant sable within a bordure gules. (F.) Dering Roll bordure engrailed in Ashmole MS. The Constable of Flanders bore, argent, an inescocheon gules, in Derine
Roll.

bore, or, a lyon

Flaunder, Sir Henry,

Roll)

Dering

Roll

to the
Tiles,

Another Sir FOUKE bore it at the first Dunstable tournament 1308 differenced with a mullet sable. (F. See also WM. FITZ WILLIAM, in Cotgrave. Sir WILLIAM, baron, bore it (undifferenced) at the siege of Calais 1345-8, on which occasion Sir JOHN differenced with a label (3) azure, and so
p. ix.
)

Pope Neath Abbey,

ascribed also to FOUK (J) sealed the Barons' letter See also 1301, pp. xviii, xxiv.
; ;

of Flanders bore, at the siege of Calais 1345-8, sable, fretty or.


(E. III. Roll) bore, vair, a chief checquy or and gules Ashmole Roll and Jenyns' Ordinary in the latter tricked per fess, &c.
;
;

Fleming, Sir Baldwin and Robert

Fleming, John,
bore, the

of Layland

arms of RICHARD
;

GRAY

(E. in. Roll) (azure, two

bars argent on a chief of the last) with three cushions erect gules Jenyns' Ordinary.

ascribed to Pnil.il' in the Norfolk Roll (H.

*Fleming, John, and Thomas,


morlandIE,
in.

of Westfretty

-reversed for Sir FOUKE in Ashmole Roll, where tricked per pale with a chief indented counterchanged probably in error.

III.)

Same arms
bore,
at

argent, a label as RAUFE

Roll) (3) vert

bore
;

gules,

BEAUCHAMP.

Jenyns' Ordinary.
of Gloucestershire

Fitzwarren, Sire William


battle of
fess

bore, at the

Plemyng, Sir William,


the
first

Pitz Waren, Alayn

indented (tricked, dancettee) argent and Parly. Arden, St. George and Segar reversed in Guillim Roll. This Sir WILLIAM may be identical with the preceding Sir WILLIAM of Calais. Another WlLLiAMand Eurx) took up thecross in the last Crusade 1270.
sable. (F.
)
,

Boroughbridge 1322, quarterly per

Rolls

Dunstable tournament Boroughbridge 1322, gules, fretty argent and a fess azure. "(F. Parliamentary Roll.
1308, and
at the battle of
)

Fleming, Thomas
;

(R.

n.
in

bore, at the second Dunstable tournament 1334, quarterly argent and gules, on a canton of the first a martlet sable. F.

barry (6) argent and azure lozenges gules Surrey Roll. JOHN F. of Layland.

Roll) chief

bore, three
this

Compare

Pietham, Johnde

(E. n. Roll) bore, sable, three unicorns' heads couped argent Jenyns'
;

Pitz Warren, Sir Poulke, K.G. (E. in Roll) and Sir William, a baron 1342 bore,
indented (tricked, danper cettee) ermine and gules Cotgrave, Surrey and Arundel Rolls reversed in Jenyns' Ordiwhere tricked nary, and in the Ashmole Roll
quarterly
; ; ;

Flitwick, Sir David, of Beds.


bore, argent,

fess

two lyons passant gardant sable Parliamentary Roll and Jenyns' Ordinary.

(E. n. Roll)
;

*[Floyer, John, of Floyer Hayes, E. I. bore, sable, a chevron between three arrows argent -Shirley.] F.

per pale with a chief indented counterchanged

probably

in error.

Fluman, Sir William


WILLIAM.

Pitz William, Sir Rauffe

of Falkirk 1298, or, a fess gules.


le,

bore at the battle See FITZ

baron 1295, sealed the Barons' letter to the Pope 1301, pp. xx, xxiv. Hebore, at the battle of Falkirk 1298 and at the siege of Carlaverock
lets

banneret,

Pogge

1300, burulfe (12) argent and azure, three chapgules (F.) barry (6) &c., in the Nobility Rolls 1297-1310, and Roll four

( ), a Kentish Knight (H. vi. Roll) bore, argent, a fess between three annulets sable Arundel Roll.
;

Pogge, Thomas
1418, argent

on a

Segar
;

and Jenyns' Roll

WILLIAM,
last

bars azure, &c. Parly. Roll barry 10) Arundel burutee (18) in Guillim Roll. of Coleston, took up the cross in the
,

argent

sable as

many

bore, at the siege of Rouen between three annulets spur-rowells of the field. (F.)
fess

Surrey Roll.

Poix, O-aston de,

Crusade 1270.

See

FITZ

RAFFE and

GREYSTOCK. *Pitz William, Sir William, a baron


1327
bore, at the
first

1308, lozengy argent

mentary. Ashmole and Surrey Rolls- masculee in Nativity ami Parliamentary Rolls and Innus Ordinary. See also FITZ THOMAS.
1

Dunstable tournament and gules. (F.) Parlia-

K.G. ^38-9, Earl of Longueville, and his son, JOHN, K.G. 1445, Earl of Kendal, Captal de Buch bore, or, three palets gules, quarterly with, or, two bulls passant gules, a riband round the neck vert, over all a label (3) the pendants cruceiform
sable, each charged (for JOHN (with 5 escallops in cross argent K. 402 fo. 22. See also
;

Pitzwilliam, Sir John


lozengy gules and argent
;

(E. in. Roll) bore Ashmole Roll. F.

Order of the Garter," F. duction, page 8.


in Anstis'

BUCH, BL-KDEUX, and GRAILLY. "

Pedigree

vol. I. Intro-

Pitz William,

Thomas

bore, masculee ermine

and gules

le-(H. m.
;

Roll)

Poljambe, Godfrey-(R.
St.

Glover Roll.

Pitzwilliam, Sir William


Pitz
1

bore, at the battle of Falkirk 1298, or, a fessgules. F. Called FLL-MAN in the Wrest Park of the Roll. copy

n. Roll) bore, sable a bend or between six escallops argent Roll. THOMAS bore the bend or (F.) Surrey
;

George

Roll.

Polkeram, Sir Richard,

of Perks
;

(R. n.

Wyth,
ii.

Sir Geoffrey,
bore,
azure,

Roll|
;

passant or

of Norfolk three grvphons

Parliamentary Roll. See

WYTHK.

Roll) bore, or, a bend engrailed azure Parliamentary Roll a bend of fusils (F.). in St. George Roll a bend endentee vel lozengy in

Jenyns' Ordinary.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

Folliot, Jordan, -a baron 1295 bore, gules, a bend argent (F.) as did Sir RICHARD (of
Norfolk) at the
1308.
first

Porneus, Sire John de


;

Dunstable tournament

Foliott, Sr.

of Lincolnshire (E. II. Roll) bore, gules, a bend a label or Parliamentary Roll argent, (3) MS. 4033 fo. 43) (called SIMON in Harl. another OSMOND bore it, with the bend between six crescents argent Jenyns' Ordinary.

Edmond or
;

OSMOND,

-bore, at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322, sable a pile engrelee as also did another Sir JOHN who argent (F. ) was knighted at the capitulation of Calais 1348, then blasoned as a pale fusily as a pile indented of five, in Jenyns' Ordinary; and as a pale lozengy of three pieces, in Ashmole Roll.
;

Porneus, Forneus,
fules, egar Roll.

St.

Maheu
;

(E.
(E.

i.

Roll)

bore,

gules, crusily

and bend or

Harleian Roll.
i. Roll) bore, martlets or (F. )

Folliott,

Osmonde
;

Maheu

de

(E.

in.

Roll)

bore,

a bend between

six

gules, a bend argent between six increscents 3 and 3 or Jenyns' Ordinary.

Porneus, Sir Simond


or,

(E.

in.

[Polliott, Richard, Ed. See Monumental Brass of became the second wife of woode.]

in., bore, undee. his widow, who Sir Roger North-

a bordure indented gules and a


;

Roll) bore, label of

three azure

Ashmole
(E.

Roll.

Pors, William de,


Sr.

Earl of Albemarle, and


ill.

de Coupland

Roll) bore, argent,


1

Folliott,

Samson
;

(or

SAUNSUIN)

(E. in.

a chief gules; Glover, Grimaldi, and Jenyns


Rolls.

Roll) bore, argent, two lyons passant gardant St. George Roll. gules (F. )

*[Portescue, (Adam)
!>.

(31 E.

i.)

bore, azure,
or.

Polvile, Sir Christopher (E. in. Roll) bore, per fess ermine and or a cross moline Sir JOHN bore it per fess (recercelee) gules argent and or Ashmole Roll.
; ;

a bend engrailed argent plain cotised


F.

g Shirley.]

Possard,
F.

Amaund
(E.

bore,

Dunstable tournament, gules

at the second six bendlets or.

Polyile,

(E. in. Roll) bore, or, a chief argent, over all a cross recercelee (tricked moline) gules Jenyns' Ordinary.
;

John

Possard, Robert
;

n.

Roll)

bore, or, a

Polvile, Sir

Matthew
(E.
in.

bend sable Grimaldi and Jenyns' Rolls, borne also by BIGOD and Le Sire MAULEY.
in. Roll) bore, (E. argent, two lyons passant rere-regardant sable, in trick the reversed Jenyns' Ordinary.
;

(E. in. Roll) bore,


;

argent, two bars undee sable a canton gules Ashmole Roll.

Fotheringay, John

Polvile, Philip
(6)

Roll) bore,

undee

argent and sable, a quarter gules.


of Willey

tpouche, Roger la
Roll.

(H. in. Roll) bore, ermine, on a fess gules three bezants Dering
;

"[Forester (Richard),

(c. 1325) bore, quarterly per fess dancettee argent and sable, in the first and fourth quarters a bugle horn of the last. -Shirley.] F.

Pouleshurst, Robert
gules,
fretty or,
;

(R. n.

Roll) bore,

on a chief argent two spurRoll.

rowells sable

Surrey

de la Porde. Porneus, Sir Robert,


v.

Porde
Roll)

Fox
of Norfolk -(E. n. engrailed sable
;

bore, argent,

pile

an (?) Essex Knight (H. vi. Roll) bore, per pale vert and sable a cross potent argent Arundel Roll.
, ;

Parliamentary Roll.

Foxley,Sir John de,


bore, gules

of Bucks (E. n. Roll) two bars argent Parliamentary


;

See Monumental Brass. a Suffolk Kt. (H. vi. ), Framlingham ( fess gules between three Roll) bore, argent, a -with, ravens proper quarterly argent, achevron between three crescents sable Arundel Roll.

and Surrey

Rolls.

*[Prampton, John
Franceis,
bend
sable &c.

de,(E.

a bend gules cotised sable.

bore, argent, in.) F. Shirley, j


Roll) bore; per

Adam

(R. n.
;

and or a lyon rampant ;ounterchanged, Surrey Roll per bend or and


sinister

sable

Ordinary. of Norfolk-(E. " Roll) ), Prances, Sr. ( between four crosses a saltire bore [....]
,

in Jenyns'

Praunceys, Robert
;

crosslet fitchee all argent; Parliamentary Roll. (R. n. Roll) bore,

argent, a chevron between three eagles displayed gules Surrey Roll.

ELIZABETH
ZND WIFE OF SIR ROGER NORTHWOODE, WIDOW OF RICHARD FOLLIOTT AND DAUGHTER OF SIR JOHN DE SEGRAVE.

MONUMENTAL BRASS
IN

MINSTER CHURCH, ISLE OF


SHEPPEY, 1361.
After Stothard.

fierie

SOME PEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

Alex. FrirJle
Pranks, Sir William
,

145-8

(knighted at

bore, at the siege of the capitulation


;

Frodsam
mullets

bore, argent,
(8)
(

or (F.) 1348) vert, a saltire engrailed Roll and Jenyns' Ordinary.

Ashmole
bore,

), an Essex Kt. (H. vi. Roll) on a cross engrailed sable five Roll. Arundel gules
;

Prognal

Fraser, Sir Symond- summoned to Scotland among the barons 1298, served at Falkirk
and Carlaverock.
See FRYSELL.
(E. in. Roll) bore, gules,
;

sable, Arundel Roll.

a Kentish Kt. two bars or, a


),

chief

(H. VI. Roll) urgent


;

Frowick(
Jenyns
;

Preford, John de

a bend between six mascles argent Ordinary. Prembaude, Sir Nicholas, of


IE.
II.

a Suffolk Kt. (H. vi. Roll)^ ), bore, azure, a chevron between three leopards' Roll. Arundel faces or
bore, at the battle of Falkirk 1298, sable,
six roses (fraises)

Buckscross

Frysell, Sir Symond(FRESELLor FRASEK)


argent (F. ); (fraises) 3, 3, 2, i at the siege
1300.

or

Roll) bore, gules, crusily Parliamentary Roll.


or,

and a

and nine roses of Carlaverock

Frene, Sir Gerard (FRENYE)


bore,

(E. n. Roll)

a fleur-de-lys sable and a bordure and Harleian Rolls. gules; See also UE LA FREIGN. de (a baron 1336) bore, at Prene, the second Dunstable tournament 1334, gules two bars endente" argentand azure indented from point to point (F.); Ashmole Roll and the bars, per fess indented lenyns' Ordinary in St. George Roll bends, per bend indented,
Parliamentary

Pulborne, Sir John de,


(E.
II.

Hugh
' '

of Cambridgeshire a chevron between two wyverns (tails nowed) sable Parin Harl. MS. 6137 Roll tricked Uamentary fo. 18, or a chevron and in chief two wyverns
Roll) bore,

argent,

sable.

*[Fulford, Sir

Henry,

in

Parliamentary Roll, and

for Sir

WALTER,

of

a chevron argent.

(E. in.) Shirley.] F.

bore, gules,

Herefordshire, also, one bend only; H. 6137


fo. 27.

Fulthorp, Alan
Jenyns' Ordinary.

Freschville, Raffde, Baron


; ;

of Slavery 1297 bore, azure, a bend between six escallops ascribed also to Nobility Roll argent ACKER and JOHN in Howard Roll and Jenyns' RAUFF differenced with a mullet Ordinary
;

WILLIAM differenced a cross moline sable. with a crescent argent Surrey Roll and
;

(E. in. Roll) bore, argent,

Furneus v. Forneus. Furnivall, Thomas, D'nus


letter to

gules
or,

Surrey Roll.
(H. in.
Roll) bore,
(F.
)
;

de Sheffield, a baron 1295 and a banneret, sealed the Barons'


the

Previle, Alexander

Pope 1301,

pp. xviii, xxiv

bore,

a saltire lozengy vair and gules. Arden and St. George Rolls.
(E.
II.

Frevile, Sir Alexander de,

of co. Wore.

Roll) bore, or, a cross lozengy gules and Sir BALDWIN bore or, on a cross vair. (F.) five lozenges vair ; Parliamentary Roll gules 12 lozenges (cross flory in Jenyns Ordinary) (F.) in St. George Roll.
;
1

and at the siege of Carlaverock 1300, argent, a bend between six martlets gules. Nobility, Parly, and (F.) Arundel Rolls; borne also by GERARD (of Munden), Sir THOMAS and WALTER Glover, Guillim and Norfolk Rolls. WILLIAM difIn ferenced with a label azure Glover Roll. the Glover Roll the field is tricked or for
at the battle of Falkirk 1298
;
;

Frevile,

John

cross vair

(E. in. Roll) bore, or, on a 9 lozenges in cross gules Jenyns'


;

GERARD THOMAS

(Harl. MS. 1481 fo. 38) in the St. George Roll.

and

also for

Ordinary.
in all.

Although
it

crosses differ,

the blason of these should probably be the same

Furnivall,
as Sir

Le Sr. (E. in. Roll) bore, gules, on a cross patonce or five mullets of the field Ashmole Roll and Jenyns' Ordinary. Same
;

Previle, Sir

(E. in. Roll) bore, or, a cross patonce gules ; Ashmole and Surrey Sir PIERS differenced with an annulet Rolls. azure ; Ashmole Roll.

Baldwin-

THOMAS UGHTRED.
(E.
i.)

*fFursdon, Walter,
Shirley.!

bore, argent, a
fire-balls proper.

chevron azure between three


F.

Previle,

(H. in. Roll) bore, vair, a cross "passant" gules; Norfolk Roll.

Baudwin de

fFyliol, Richard

(H. in. Roll) bore, sable


(F.)
St.

three covered cups or.

George

Roll.

Previle, Sir John de, of Cambridgeshire, and RICHARD and ROBERT (E. n. Roll) bore,
gules, three crescents

ermine.

(F.

Parlia-

SIR

JOHN DE FOXLEY.
I378-

mentary, Arden,
Rolls.

St.

George,
(E. (F.)

Another RICHARD

and Jenyns'
I.)

bore,

or

IN BRAY CHURCH, IN BERKSHIRE,


After Boutell.

n. Roll) Fyliol, Sir Thomas, of Essex (E. bore, or, on a fess between two chevronels sules, three trefoyles argent; Parliamentary
Roll.

three crescents gules.

Segar Roll.

See

KKEISI.E and FRIVILE.

Fyliol, Sir John,

Fritherby,
bore,

Edmond
three

argent,
;

de (R. n. Roll) i fleurs-de-lys 2 and

of Essex-(E. n. Roll> bore, vair, a canton gules (F. ); Parliamentary His son Sir JOHN differenced Rolls. and Arden with a mullet (on the canton) or, at the first

gules

Surrey Roll.

Dunstable tournament 1308.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

93

"

Htre Duke William

crossed over the sea in a great ship."

After the Bayeux Tapestry.

G
Gabriell,
;

Bartholomew
(6)

(E.

in. Roll.

Roll)

Gascoigne, William
;

(E.

in.

Roll) bore,

bore, or billety
-

sable

Cotgrave

See

GASELYN.

argent, on a pale sable a lucie's head couped hauriant of the first Jenyns' Ordinary.

*LGage,

John
(

(9

H.
)

argent and azure a

bore, per saltire IV.) saltire gules. .Shirley.] F.

Gaselyn, Sire Edmond, of Hants

Qainsforde

an Essex? Knight
;

(H. vi.

Roll) bore, argent, a chevron gules between three greyhounds courant sable Arundel Roll.

Galeys, "William de
gules,

(E.

i.

Roll) bore,

a fess

Segar Roll.
azure,

(F.)

between two chevronels See also WALEIS.

or

bore, at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322, or, billett^e sable (F. ) (azure, in Parliamentary Roll.) Another EDMOND bore it with a label (5) gules Arden and St. George fretty of the second Rolls, and GEOFFREY bore it with a label Another GEFFREY took up the cross gules. in the last Crusade 1270.
;

Galloway, Alan,

lord of (E. in. Roll) bore, a lyon rampant argent, crowned or F. Jenyns' Ordinary.
;

Gaselyn, Sir Walter,


the
first

of Hants
;

bore, at

Galthorp, Bartholomew,
;

Othenley, Norfolk (E. in. Roll) bore, ermine, a niaunch and Roll Jenyns' Ordinary. gules Ashmole
(H. in. Roll) bore, argent, a chief azure, overall five fusils in bend differenced with a label (5) ADAM, gules (F.) a label or, for NICHOL Arden of the first and St. George Rolls. In Jenyns' Ordinary the bend is engrailed.
; ; ;

of

or Dunstable tournament 1308, billettee azure with a label (3) gules no label in Parliamentary Roll. Sir JOHN of Hants bore it with a bend gules (F. ), Parliamentary Roll and Sir SlMOND bore the first coat with
;

a label

(5)

gules

Guillim Roll.
of the body

Gammage, Payne de

*[Gatacre,

to Hen. VI. bore, quarterly gules and ermine n fess azure bezantee between in the second and third quarters three piles meeting in base of

Humphrey, esquire
F.

the

first.

Shirley.]

Gant, Gilbert de,

baron (of Lindsey) 1295


;

JGatton,

Hamon
Rolls.

de

(H.

in.
;

Roll) bore,

bore, barry (6) or and azure a bend gules Nobility and Parliamentary Rolls. Ascribed also to GEOFFREY (H. in.), Norfolk Roll; WILLIAM (H. in.), Glover Roll; and to

GARTUNE Howard Gaunte, Le Chastelyn de (E. in.


bore,

Camden

checquy argent and azure

(F. ) in the

Dering and
Roll.

Roll)

azure,
;

false

escocheon

argent (an

GILBERT of Swaledale
Ordinary.

(E.

n.)

in

Jenyns'

inescocheon)

Jenyns' Ordinary.
(E. n. Roll) bore

Gard, Hugh, of Denmark


azure, a sun or
;

(E. in. Roll) bore,

Gaunt, Simon de

gules,

H. 6589

fo. 37.

See

ANDREW

HUGARDE.

three dexter gauntlets Jenyns' Roll.

apaume

argent (F. );

Gardyn, Sir Thomas


shireIE.
II.

Roll)

sable, a label (3)

de, of Cambridgebore, argent, two bars Parly. Roll. gules


;

Gause, Sire William

bore, at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322, gules, two bars and three (in chief) escallops argent. (F. )

Gargrave
France)
of the
IE.
II.

Kt. (Sir JOHN, Master of the Ordnance to King Henry in


(
)

of Suffolk,

Gaveston, Piers,
banneret
; ; ;

(H. vi. Roll) bore, lozengy argent


last three crescents
;

and sable on a bend of the


first

Arundel Roll.
of

Earl of Cornwall 1308, bore, vert, three eaglets displayed or Nobility Roll six eaglets, 3, 2, i, in Parly. Roll the field 3 and 3 in Arundel Roll azure, both in Jenyns' Roll and Ordinary.
;

Garshall, Sir Thomas,


on a bend gules three

Warwickshire;

Roll) bore, quarterly argent and sable fleurs-de-lys of the first Parliamentary Roll.

Gayton, Sir John de,


;

of Rutland, Kt.

(E. II. Roll) bore, argent a fess between six fleurs-de-lys 3 and 3 gules; Parliamentary Roll (F. ) the fess between three in Arden Roll.

94

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

Gayton, Sir Philip de,


Roll) bore, argent, crusily lys azure; Parly. Roll.

of Rutland -(E. n.

and three

fleurs-de-

Gerberge, John and Raffe


;

WILLIAM and

WALTU

HAMOND, JOHN,
of Suffolk- (E. n.
a fes^

took up the cross in

Roll) (!',. in. bore, ermine, on a chief gules, three lozenui or Jenyns' Roll and Ordinary the lozenges
vair, in

the last Crusade 1270.

Ashmole
fess

Roll.

Geddinge, Sir John de,


Roll, bore,
;

Gerberge,
sable, Roll.

Thomas
v.

(R.

n.

Roll) bore,
;

between two chevrons or

Surrev

cheequy argent and gules on

azure three round buckles or, tongues to the dexter Parliamentary Roll.

Gereomvile
vile.

Jerkavile and Marcon-

a Kentish Knight (H. VI. Geddinge Roll) bore, gules, a chevron argent between three gryphons' heads erased or Arundel Roll.
( )
;

Germyn v. Jermyn.
Germine, William
les

Gelres,

The Count de
(E. in.
;

Flanders)

(or GI/KI.DKES in Roll) bore, azure, billettee

(E. in. Roll) bore, three false escocheons ermine a mullet argent. (F.) Jenyns' Ordinary. See THOMAS

:RARD.

and a lyon rampant or

Jenyns' Ordinary. Possibly of the family of the author of the famous "Armorial de Gelres." See page xxxvi.

Gernons, see BLUNDEVILE, Earl of CHESTER. Gernoun, Sir William de, of Essex
(E.
II.

Genevill, Geffray de, a baron 1299


azure,

bore, three pairs of barnacles expanded in pale or, on a chief ermine a demi lyoii rampant issuant gules (F.); Nobility Roll, &c. (the barnacles argent in the Harl. Roll). Attributed to another GEFFREY (J) in Dering Roll. GEFFREY and WILLIAM took up the cross in the last Crusade 1270.

meeting

and gules

Wavy

in Harl. in

Roll) bore, argent, three piles undfe in base gules Parliamentary Roll.
;

6137 fo. I4 Glover Roll.

paly wavy argent


(F..

Gerthestone, Robert de
bore, argent, on a fess sable patonce or Jenyns' Ordinary.
;

in.

three

Roll) crosses

Gerveys, Robert
Jenyns' Roll.

Genevile, Simon

de

(or

JOINVIU.E)

a chevron azure between three escallops sable

(E. n. Roll) bore, argent,


;

(H. in. Roll) bore, sable three pairs of barnacles expanded or, on a chief argent a demi lyon rampant issuant gules Glover Roll.
;

Gery, Sir John


(6)

(E.

in.

or and gules, a chief ermine

Roll) bore,
;

paly

Ashmole and

JOenne, William
argent, three lyons

le

(H.
2

in.

rampant

and

Roll) bore, sable (F


)

Surrey Rolls.

Getingdon, Nicholas
gyronny
(8)

Dering
Roll)

Roll.

or

and sable

(E. in. Roll) bore,

Jenyns' Ordinary.

Genney, Sir Roger,


bore,
;

paly

(4)

ermine
*

Parly. Roll.

of Norfolk (E. n. or and gules a chief See also GENY.


in

Gey, Walter de
or.

(H. in. Roll) bore, argent a lyon rampant sable debruised of a bend gules (Arden Roll) charged with three bucklr;

Gent

Essex, 1328 bore, ermine, a chief indented sable (F.), and, adds Shirley, a chevron sable is sometimes borne on the shield. ]

(John), of Wymbish,

(F.)

in St.

George

Roll.

Ghisnes, Ingelram de, a baron


gules, a chief potent) Nobility Roll.

bore,

vair

(potent

1295 counter
(E.
3, 2,

Gentill, Sir Nicholas (E. n. Roll) bore, argent, two bars sable on a chief of the last two mullets pierced of the first Parliamentary;

Giffarde, Sir John,


Roll) tore, argent,

of co. Wore. nine torteaux 3,

n.
i
;

Roll.

Gentill, Sir Nicholl, of Sussex or Surreyor,


in

Parliamentary Roll. ALEXANDER, JOHN and RAKFE bore ten torteaux. (F. ) St. George and Surrey Rolls and Jenyns' Ordinarv.

argent pierced gules (F.); pierced argent, Parliamentary Roll, and gules in Jenyns' Ordinary.

bore, at the first Dunstable tournament 1308, on a chief sable two mullets

Giffard,

Geny, Sir Thomas


;

(E. in. Roll) bore, azure, a false escocheon within an orle of martlets or Ashmole Roll, an orle vel inescocheon voided.

in. Roll) bore, ar(F,. gent, three stirrups and straps gules Jenyns Roll the reverse in Howard Roll (H. in.i. Sir PEIRS bore, at the batfle of Borough bridge 1322, azure, three stirrups within a bordure
;

William

indented

all

or.

(F.)

Ashmole MS. *PETER GIFFUKD (H.


the last coat without the bordure.

Tricked engrailed in in.) bore


Shirley.

Gerard, Sir
Roll) bore,

Thomas of
azure, a lyon
;

the Bryne

(E. iv.

Giffard,

John

de, banneret, a baron 1295

ducally crowned or
see

rampant ermine,
Ballard Roll
1492.

with crest.
for

Monumental Brass

PETER,
in.

0-erard,
gules,

Thomas
See

(E.

Roll) bore,
;

three

inescocheons
(16 E.

ermine

Ordinary.

WILLIAM GERMINE.
i.)

Jenyns'

*[Gerard, William
a

bore, argent,

saltire gules, in Shirley.]

F.

bore, gules, three lyons passant in pale argent. (F.) Nobility, Parliamentary and Arundel Rolls ascribed also to WILLIAM in Jenyns' Sir JOHN I.K BOEF, of Oxon, bore Ordinary. it (E. n.) differenced with a label (3, 5) azure; Ascribed to another Parliamentary Roll. JOHN (J) in Dering Roll. Sir EDMUND, of co. Glouc. (E. II.) bore the same differencebut sable in Harl. MS. 4033 fo. 48, and so also one OSHF.KT, baron 1297 Nobility Roll.
;

PETER GERARD,
IN
1492.

ESQ.

WINWICK CHURCH, LANCASHIRK


After \Vullcr.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

95

JGiffard, Ellis
;

(H. in. Roll) bore, gules, three lyons passant in pale argent within a bordure or Dering Roll the bordure engrailed in

Glanville,
St.

sive
Roll.

Ekont

(H.

in.

Roll),

bore, azure, crusily three crescents argent. (F.)

Howard

George
at

Roll.

Glastonbury, Sir Henry de,


bore,
1308,

of Somerset

+Giffard, "Walter
h

(H. in. Roll) bore, azure, three lyons passant in pale argent crowned or
;

the

first

Dunstable

tournament

Dering and Howard

Rolls.

Giffard,

William
;

(H.

in.

Roll),

bore,

argent, crusily and a lyon rampant gules. (F. ) Jenyns' Ordinary (WALTER BUKKSHALL bears the same) crusily sable in Arden and WILLIAM took up the St. George Rolls. cross in the last Crusade 1270.

argent a bend engrailed sable (F. ); blasoned as fusily for the Sir HENRY who was knighted at the capitulation of Calais 1348 ascribed as lozengy to JOHN (E. HI.) in
;

Jenyns' Ordinary probably engrailed and lozengy are synonymous.

fusily

Gloucester, Earl

Giffard,

Osberne (H. in. Roll) bore, ermine, two bars gules on a chief of the last a St. lyon (of England! passant gardant or George Roll and Jenyns' Roll (a fess in lieu of the bars (F.) Segar Roll); attributed to another OSBERNE (J), the field and lyon or, in the Dering Roll the field argent in the.Ash; ;

of, GILBERT DE CLARE bore, at the first Dunstable tournament 1308, or three chevronels gules (F'.); Nobility and Arundel Rolls, &c. See AUDLEY and CLARK.

Gloucester, Duke of.THOMAs of Woodstock


K.G. (R. II. Roll) bore, quarterly i, England, 2 and 3, France, all within a bordure argent, 4, azure, a bend argent between two cotises and six lyons rampant or K. 399 Surrey Roll
; ;

mole MS.

fo. 4.

Giffard,

(H. in. Roll) bon argent, two bars gemelles and a chief gules

Osburne

[Gloucester, Robert
;

surnamed CONSUL,

fil.

(of Caen), nat. Hen. I.

Earl of;
to

him

is

Howard

Roll.

Giffard, Robert de
;

(H. in. Roll) bore, or

improperly ascribed gules three clarions See Monumental Effigy.]

or.

a cross engrailed sable. (F.) St. George Roll blasoned fusily and tricked dancettee in

Gloucester, Sire Walter de


a bordure indented azure

(ofco. Glouc.)

Arden

Roll.

bore, at the battle of Horoughbridge 1322, argent three lyonceux (rampant) gules, within
(F.
)
;

fGifford,

Robert

a cross engrailed sable, over (F.) Dering Roll.

(H. in. Roll) bore, argent, all a gorge azure.

Parliamentary

tricked engrailed in Ashmole " blasoned " cersele in Cotgrave Roll.


;

Roll

MS.

Gobaud, Sire Johan,


Roll) bore,
gules,

Gifford,

Hugh

(E.

in.

fretty engrailed ermine; Jenyns' Ordinary. WAREYX IJR VALOYNES bears the same.

and

ofco. Line. bore, at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322, gules, a fess in chief three besants (F.) Holland Roll two bars or, &c in Jenyns' Ordinary and
; ;
,

Gilder, Sir

(E. in. Roll) bore, gules, three estoiles or, a bordure engrailed Ashmole Roll. argent.

Gawayne

Parliamentary Roll.

Gobion, Sir Hugh,


(3, 5)
;

Gillott,

Nicholas OK MERKINGTON

(E. H.
;

of Yorkshire (H. in. and gules a label azure; St. George (F.) and Parliamentary Rolls burulee (18) in Arden Roll.
Roll) bore, barry (8) argent

Roll) bore, per Jenyns' Roll.

bend indented sable and argent

Godard, Sir Hugh,


Roll) bore,

Gise

v.

Guise.

of Cheshire -(E. n. ermine, a cross patonce sable Roll. Parliamentary

Gisell or Oysell,
argent, a
(oiseau) sable
;

Roger

(E. in. Roll) bore,

Godard, John
Ordinary.

saltire engrailed

between four birds

Jenyns' Ordinary.
(E.
in. Roll) bore,
;

(E. HI. Roll) bore, quarterly gules and argent, in the second and third quarters an eagle displayed sable Jenyns'
;

Gissing, Sir

Thomas

argent on a fess (between two crosses crosslet Ashfitchee) azure three eagles displayed or mole Roll a bend in lieu of a fess and without crosslets in Surrey Roll.

Goddyston, Sir John,


Arundel
Roll) bore, ermine, Roll.

of Essex

(H. vi.
;

saltire engrailed gules

Godemontone, John de
bore, argent,

(H.

in.

Roll)
(F.)
;

Gistell,

Walter de
;

(H.

gules, a chevron ermine

Roll) bore, Norfolk Roll.


(or

in.

Arden and

St.

an eagle displayed gules George Rolls.

Glamville, Randolf de
(E.
in.
;

GLANVILE)
(4)

azure
I

Roll) bore, or, a chief indented Jenyns' Ordinary.


(

ROHERT THE CONSUL, EARL OF GLOUCESTER, 1119, II.


IN
OB. 1147.

Goderiche, William
K.NAT.
II.
;

THE CHOIR OK TEWKESBURY. ABBEY,


CLARE
47,

(R. n. Roll) bore, argent, two lyons passant gardant in pale sable Roll. Surrey
(R. n. Roll) bore, azure, a cross patonce argent Surrey Roll cross, tricked flory in Jenyns' Ordinary.
;

Goldesborow, Richard de

Glanville

),

of Catchfrench

azure, three saltorelles or.

1400), bore Shirley.]


(c.

See also

and FITZ

HAMON

213.

O0O
Ww^y * fi&^tfte*
f
*-

v
/*>*&-&

Hj.$&

<pu*p**

tf^ * J

fify"~<jscba*tJ*-

H~*

^
(j<,k"~

#y*

<ft v#,rn'nJmt>

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

Goldingham, Sir Allen


;

de, of Suffolk

(E. n. Roll) bore, undee (6) argent and gules, a label (3) azure Parliamentary Roll. Argent a bend nebulee gules is ascribed to another Suffolk Knight Arundel Roll.
;

Goschalle, Walter de
or,

(E. in. Roll) bore,

a hurt charged with a cinquefoyle of the first, on a chief dancettee (4 indents) azure, two besants (F. 'Ashmole Roll. In the Dering
)
;

Goldingham, Alexander
bore, barry nebulee Surrey Roll.
(6)

(R.

n.

Roll)
;

for

Roll the coat is tricked per fess dancettee, &c. RAKFE or WALTER (J).
of Herts

ermine and gules

Gotesbury, Sir Richard de,


(E. n. Roll) bore, gules,

fess vair

between
:

Goldingham, William de
bore, ermine, three bars
Roll.

wavy

(H. in. Roll) Howard gules


;

three

goats'
Roll.
v.

heads

erased

argent

Parlia-

mentary

Gounis
bore, at the

Gonnis.
(E.
six

Goldington, Sire John de


;

battle of Boroughbridge 1322, or, two lyons passant sable, a label (3) gules borne without the label but with the lyons gardant by Sir JOHN, who was knighted at the capitulation of

Gousell,
a
fess

John

between

in. Roll) bore, argent, martlets 3 and 3 sable

Jenyns' Ordinary.

Gousell,

Calais 1348.

F.

Goldington, Sir Raffe de,


Roll) bore, argent

of Beds two lyons passant


Roll.

(E. n. in pale

John (E, in. Roll) bore, paly (6) argent and gules on a chief azure a fess dancettee or, RAFE bore it with the colours of the chief and fess reversed Jenyns' Ordinary.
;

azure

Parliamentary
(6)

Gousell,
bore,

John -(E. in. Roll) bore, argent and gules on a baston sable Ashmole Roll; three besants for JOHN and THOMAS, in Surrey Roll and Jenyns' Ordinary. Gondronville, Gerard de, of Loreyne bore, at the siege of Carlaverock 1300, vair sometimes called HuNTERCOMBE. See
Golofree, Sir
undee
four besants,
;

(GAUSIL) (E. n. Roll) argent, on a bend sable three trefoils

Thomas

or
or

Jenyns' Roll.

Goushull, Ificolland

(R. n.) bore, barry (6) gules, a canton ermine, his son NICHOLL differenced with a label (3) azure Surrey Roll.
;

Gower, Sir Robert


;

NICOLAS

edn.
(E. in.

Gonnis, Bryan de

Roll) bore, vair, a bend lozengy (vel engrailed) gules (F. St. Roll and George Jenyns' Ordinary, where it is blasoned vaire or and azure a bend gules.
)
;

-(E. in. Roll) bore, argent, on a chevron sable three leopards' faces or Ashmole Roll. JOHN DE GUER took up the cross in the last Crusade 1270.
(E.
III.

Gower, Thomas,
blasoned as patee
E.
III.)
;

of Stittenham (? Stainsby) Roll) bore, ermine, a cross flory gules,

Jenyns' Ordinary.
of Stittenham (12 argent and gules, blasoned patonce by

Gonnis, Walter de-(E.


quarterly vair

in.

Roll)

bore,

*[Gower, Sir Nicholas,


bore, barry a cross flory gules Shirley.] F.
(8),

and gules
;

Gonnyes, de

chevron ermine borne also by LODBROOKE.

lenyns' Ordinary. (E. in. Roll) bore, gules, a Jenyns' Roll and Ordinary
; ;

Gonvile, Sir Richard


or,

Grabom, William
(E. in.

Roll) bore,

on a bend sable three mullets argent Ashmole Roll. Gordon, Sir Adam, of Hants or Wiltspierced gules
II.
;

(H. in. (or GABOM) bore, argent, on a bend gules three eagles displayed or Arden Roll.
Roll)
;

Graham, Henry
siege of
gules.

de, banneret

bore, at the

Roll) bore, gules, three leopards' faces IE. jessant-de-lys argent Parliamentary Roll. (H. in. Roll) bore, or, jGordon,
;

Carlaverock 1300, gules, a saltire argent on a chief of the last three escallops
F.
v.

Adam Adam

a fleur-de-lys
Rolls.

gules

Dering and
in.

Howard
bore,

Buch, Greilly. Gramary, Henry (E. in. Roll)


Grailly
crusily

bore, gules,
;

Gordon,
gules,

and

(H. Roll) three fleurs-de-lys argent (F. St. George Rolls. See also Sir
)
;

de

botonnee and a lyon rampant argent

Arden

Jenyns' Ordinary.

ADAM
of co.

Gramary,

GORDON.

Gordon, Sir Thomas,


Cambridge

or

GARDYN,

(E. n. Roll) bore, argent, two bars sable, a label (3) gules ; Parliamentary Roll.

in. Sir (K. Roll) bore, gules, billettee or, and a lyon rampant billettee argent in the argent, Ashmole Roll coat ascribed to WILLIAM Jenyns' Ordinary.
;

William
;

Grancourt, Walter de (GRAUNCURT)


(H. in. Roll) bore, sable, florettee or, (F.);
St.

Gorges, Raffe de

bore, at the siege of Carlaverock 1300, and at the first Dunstable tournament 1308, lozengy or and azure (F.) this coat appears in many rolls, sometimes the tinctures are reversed, at others six lozenges the mascles 3, 2, i are tricked for lozengy are tricked five lozenges for Sir KAKFK, banin and Arundel neret, Rolls Parliamentary masculee argent and azure is ascribed to JOHN.
; ; ;

George Roll and Arden Roll


i, or.

sable,

six

fleurs-de-lys 3, 2,

Grandall
Camden
(6)

v.

Grendole.
(E.
i
i.

4-Grandin, William
three mullets 2
Rolls.

Roll) bore, azure,


(F.)
;

and

or,

Dering and

0M

Grandison, de
argent and
or.

in Jenyns' Roll.

Another

(E. in. Roll) bore, paly azure on a bend gules a castle azure, on a bend (see OTHO)
;

Gorges

a Suffolk Knight (H. vi. Roll) bore, lozengy or and azure a chevron gules (F.), quarterly with, argent, on a chief gules three bezantl Arundel Roll.
(

),

Gorges, Rafede

(H. in. Roll) bore, argent, a gorge azure (F.); Arden, Jenyns', Howard and Glover Rolls (successfully claimed by WARBURTON of Cheshire) a RAFK took up the cross in the last Crusade 1270.
;
;

argent three escallops gules Cotgrave Roll. Grandison, Oto de, a baron 1299 bore, paly (6) argent and azure on a l>end yule.-. three escallops or, (F.) Nobility Roll, &c. (ascribed to another OTES (J) in Dering Roll)
;
;

Harl. Roll paly (8) in Jenyns' azure, three palets argent. &e. Ordinary Guillim'Roll.

paly

(4)

Goring, John de
a

(E.

Grandison, Sir Otho de,


capitulation

chevron
F.
v.

n.)

bore, argent,
irules.

between three annulet"-

Shirley.

Gornay

knighted at the 1348 bore, paly (6) azure, on a bend gules three buckles, tongues erect bendwise or (F. ) Ashof Calais

argent and

Gurnay.

mole

Roll.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

97

THE HERALDIC ATCHIEVEMENT


OF

SIR

ROBERT GRESLEY,
;

IITH

BARONET,
IN
1086.

OF DRAKELOW, DERBYSHIRE
FACSIMILE OK AN

HELD OF THE CONQUEROR

OLD TRICK SHOWING CORRECTLY THE RED HAND OF ULSTER.

98

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS

Grandison, Sir William de,


a baron 1299

banneret,

Greley, Sir William, Knight


(H.
vi.

bore, at the battle of Falkirk 1298, and at the siege of Carlaverock 1300, paly (6) argent and azure, on a bend gules three eaglets displayed or (F.) Nobility, Parliamentary, and Anmdel Rolls. Borne also by Sir PIERS at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322, by Sir WILLIAM at the siege of Calais 1345-8, by another WILLIAM at the siege of Rouen 1418, and by Sir THOMAS, K.G. 1370.
; ,

Arundel
(E.
II.
;

Roll) Roll.

bore,

gules

three

banneret bars or;

Grendale, Sir Walter de,


Roll)

bore, ermine,

of Yorkshire a cross patonce

gules

Parliamentary Roll.

Grendon, Raffe
sealed

Granem, William
;

(H. in. Roll) bore, azure, six spur-rowells or, a label Howard Roll. See GRANDIN. (5) gules
(or

GRAVEM)

de, banneret, a baron 1299, the Barons' letter to the Pope 1301. He bore, at the battle of Falpp. xxi, xxiv. kirk 1298, argent, two chevrons (a chevron et

demy

gules (F.

Nobility, Parliamentary,
to

and
iu

Arundel Rolls. Ascribed also Arden and St. George Rolls.

ROBERT

Granville, Richard de
) ;

(H. Roll) bore, argent three clarions gules garnished Arden Roll. It is surmised that argent (F. the clarions were originally the canting coat of CLARE, and that their arms were erroneously ascribed at an early period to GRANVILLE.
p. v.

in.

Grendon, Sir Robert


(E.
II.

Roll) bore, argent,

de, of eo. Leic. two chevronels gules,

lal>el (3) vert,

also to a
(3)

Parliamentary Roll (ascribed Ordinary) a label argent, each point vaire of the last and

JOHN,

in Jenyns'

See Tiles, Neath Abbey,

sable
the

Ashmole

Roll.

JGras, Nicole

(H. in. Roll) bore, azure, three lyonceux rampant 2 and i or, a chief argent (F. ) ; Dering and Howard Rolls.
.

le

Grendon, Sir John,


first

of Warwicks. bore, at Dunstable tournament 1308, vaire and sable a or baston Ashmole argent (F. and Parliamentary Rolls.
)
;

Grauncurt v Grancourt.
Gravesend, Sir Stephen,
canton ermine
;

of Kent (E. n. Roll) bore, or. four eagles displayed sable, a

Grimsted. [Grenville, Sir Eustace,


v.

Grensted
(E.
I.)

of Wootton bore, vert, on a cross argent five torF. (E. n.

Parliamentary Roll.
;

teaux.

Shirley.]

Greece; The Palialologi Emperors of


(H. in. Roll) bore, or a sea Ivon sable F. Segar RoH.

*Gresley, Sir Piers and Geffray

Greenacre, Richard
sable,

(R.

n.

Roll) bore,

Roll) bore, vaire, ermine and gules; Parly., Arden and St. George Rolls. Sir PIERS DE GKKYLLIE, Knight banneret (H. vi. Roll), and

covered cups 2 and i argent (ROBERT bore it with an annulet argent), Surrey Roll ascribed, colours reversed and a torteux for difference, to another RICHARD in Jenyns' Ordinary. Greene ), a Knight (H. vi. Roll) bore, argent, a bugle horn between three gryphons' heads erased sable Arundel Roll.
; (
;

three

JOHN JOHN
Roll.

(E. n.

Roll) bore the reverse; another bore, vaire argent and gules Surrey
;

Gresley,

John (E. in. Roll) bore, barry (6) azure and ermine, tricked, vaire ermine and two bars azure; Jenyns' Ordinary. gules, RAYNELL DE BKEWKS bears the same arms.
saltire

Greene, Henry
Greene, John
and
azure,

Grete, Pers de
a

(R.
;

11.

a cross engrailed gules

Roll) bore, argent,

(H. in. Roll) bore, argent, engrailed azure (F.); Arden and St.

Surrey Roll.

George
sable,

Rolls.

THOMAS Greene, Richard


Greene,
;

(E. n. Roll) bore, checquy or a bordure gules; Jenyns' Roll. MAUDUIT bore these arms.

*[Grevel, William,

Roll) bore, argent, a fess dancettee sable, in chief three faces of the last leopards' Jenyns' Ordinary.
;

(E

in.

of Milcote 1401 bore, on a cross engrailed or five pellets, a bordure engrailed argent borne by WILLIAM of Campden, with the addition of a mullet in the first quarter, and his son JOHN bore 10
;

annulets in lieu of the

pellets.

Roll) bore, azure three bucks passant (perhaps statant) 2 and i or Surrey Roll.
-(E. in. Roll) bore, vert a
;

Thomas

Shirley.

F.

(R. n.

Grey

For differences see Harleian MS. 1481


a baron

folios 17, 19, 20, 21, 23, 25, 26, 27.

Greenford, John
lyon rampant
tail

Grey, Henry le, of Codnor, banneret,

estant or

Jenyns' Ordinary.

Greet v. Grete. Gregory, Sir Henry,


(H. vi.

Knight banneret

Roll) bore, azure two bars double cotised or, in chief a lyon passant of the last Arundel Roll.

'[Gregory,
and

(E. i.)-bore, or. two bars in chief a lyon passant azure. Shirley.]
in.

John

1299, sealed the Barons' letter to the Pope He bore, at the battle of 1301, pp. xvii, xxiv. Falkirk 1298, and at the siege of Carlaverock 1300, barry (6) argent and azure (F. ); Nobility and Parly. Rolls; borne also by JOHN, K.G. (?of Rotherfield, a founder, see), in Surrey, Arden and St. George Rolls by REGINALD or REYNAUD in the Segar Roll Sir
;

RICHARD. Kt. banneret

by

in

Arundel, Parlia-

Greilly, Piers de (GRELY)-(H.


bore,
or,
;

on a

cross
;

sable

five

argent
for
K.I;,

and a founder. See ]>edigree Anstis' 'Order of the Garter," vol. I. Introduction, page 8. See also Bucii <;/<.

Howard Roll and so in Surrey Roll MONS. PIERS I.K CAIMTOI- m: HOUCH,

Roll) escallops

mentary, Bering, Glover and Howard Rolls. Le Sr de GKAYE also bore these arms at the siege of Rouen in 1418 (? Baron DE WILTON).

The Camden

Roll affords the solitary example of the colours reversed, Harl. MS. 6137 fo. 70.

Grey, Sir Reginald de, of Wilton, banneret,

Grelle,

THOMAS. (Another JOHN bore the fieldargent, JOHN M\i VKISIN carried the same). Another ROBERT bore four bendThe C0at for Sir T| " IM As is trirkcd in
Sir

de, banneret, and a baron 1308 -bore, gules, three bendlets enhanced or r.), a tend and two benrilcts above Nobility Roll 1308, Gresley 1310, borne also by JOHN
;

Thomas

ROBERT, and

a baron 1297, sealed the Barons' letter to the Pope 1301. pp. xvii, xxiv. He bore, at the battle of Falkirk 1298, barry (6) arnnit and azure a label (3, 5) gules Nobility and Dering Sir HENRY bore the same at the Rolls, &c. battle of Boroughbridge 1322 (F. Segar Roll, also ascribed to Sir |<>n.\, Knight banneret; Parly Roll.
;

Grey, John DE SANDIACKK

bore, at the
;

u Harl.
i

bendy

6137, fo. 40'', probably erroneouslv 18) or and gules.

as

second Dunstable tournament 1334. barry (6) urgent and azure a label gules besantee borne also by RICHARD of Sandiacre, in Ashmole Roll and Jenyns' Ordinary.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

99

THE HERALDIC ATCHIEVEMENT


OF

FRANCIS RICHARD GREVILLE,

5 TH

EARL OF WARWICK

AND

BROOKE.

SOME FEUDAL

COATS OF ARMS.

Grey, Sir John de

(H. in.) St. George Roll, and Le Sr UK RYTHYNK (temp. H. vi. ); Nobility ami See Monumental Brass Surrey Rolls (R. II. for ROGER, ist Lord Grey de Ruthyn and
;

ADAM

bore, at the first Dunstable tournament 1308. barry (6) or and azure in chief three torteaux (F. ), borne also by

Grey, Sir Thomasa baston azure


;

(E.

i.

a lyon rampant and a hordure indented argent,


Nativity Roll.

Roll) bore, gules,

Gray

).

a Knight (H. VI. Roll) bore, ), gules, a lyon rampant argent a bordure enArundel grailed gobony of the second and or
(
;

Roll.

title

page
1476.

for

K.I;.

THOMAS, Marquis See Sir THOMAS.

of Dorset,

Grey, Sir Thomas,


joined or, a baston

of co. Lanes.

(K.
i

n.

Grey, Sir

de, banneret, of Rotherfield, bore, at the battle of Falkirk 1298, and at the siege of Carlaverock 1300, barry (6) as did argent and azure a haston gules (F. his son JOHN, of Rotherfield. K.G. and a founder (a baron in 1338), at the second Dunstable tournament 1334 the same arms are ascribed with a baston, bendlet or bend to Sir of Essex, RICHARD, and ROBKRT in the JOHN

Onm

John

Roll) bore, gules, seven mascles 3, 3,

gobony

conargent and azure


;

Parliamentary Roll.

"[Grey, Sir

de, of Suffolk, K. i. bore, barry (6) argent and azure, in chief threeannulets gules. F. Ancestor of the Shirley.] Earls of Stamford, who discarded the annulets; this family also bore the coat of CORNERTHK, as in the next entry.
of CambridgeshireIE.
III.

Thomas

In Parliamentary, Surrey, and Arden Rolls. the Carlaverock Roll the arms for Sir JOHN are argent four bars azure a bend engrailed
gules.
F.

Gray, Sir Thomas,


chevronels gules
;

Roll) bore, azure, a fess between two Ashmole Roll. The coat of

CORNERTHE.

Grey, Sire Nichol de

bore, at the battle

Grey, Sir Thomas,


;

of Boroughbridge 1322, barry (6) azure and argent, a baston gobony of the second and gules (F. ) (gobony or and gules in Nativity tricked, barry argent and azure in the Roll)
;

of Suffolk (K. n. Roll) bore, azure, a fess between two chevronels or a label (3) gules Parliamentary Roll.
(formerly FIT/. bore, at the battle of Borough-

Greystoke, Sire Rauf de


WILLIAM)

Ashmole MS.

Grey, Sir Nichol, of Essex (E. HI. Roll) bore, barry (6) argent and azure a baston gobony or and gules gules and or for ROBERT of Barton in Rydal Parliamentary Roll and
; ;

bridge 1322, burulee (12) azure and argent, three chaplets gules (F.), also burulee (14, 16) argent and azure, &c. Ashmole and Surrey Rolls and Jenyns' Ordinary grandson of RALI-H KITZ WILLIAM. See that name.
; ;

Jenyns' Ordinary.

Giey
;

and azure on a bend gules three or Ashmole Roll.

(E. in. Roll) bore, barry (6) argent

fleurs-de-Iys

Grey, John de
gules, St.

argent and azure, a bend of lozenges gules (F.) Howard Roll; argent, a tend fusily

(H. in. Roll) bore, barry (6)

George

Roll. (E.
I.

Grey, Sir Richard


argent,

azure and argent florettee or

Roll) bore, barry Nativity Roll.


in.

Grey, Reginald de-(H.


three bars
azure,
for

Roll) bore,
(5)

a label

gules,

probably

a
Roll.

mistake

Howard

barry, as

before-

Grey, Richard de
;

(H. in. Roll) bore, argent, three bars azure over all a bend gules bezantee. probably a mistake for barrv as before Howard Roll.

Gray, Sir R.

Thomas
Sir

(H.

vi.

Roll),

and Sir
;

rampant and a bordure engrailed argent Atkinson and Ashmole Rolls. Borne also by JOHN, K.G. temp. H. v.
,

(E. in. Roll) bore, gules, a lycn

*Gray, Thomas, of Heton-(E.


gules,
;

a lyon rampant argent and a bordure engrailed or Jenyns' Ordinary. See HETON.

in. Roll)bore,

Grey, Sr

I.K BASTAK i. Knighted at the capitulation of Calais 1348, bore, gules, a lyon and a border rampant engrailed argent, a baston sable. F.
(
)

ROGER, LORD GREY DE RUTHYN,


-

from a Rubbing of the Hastings Brass Ehing Church, Norfolk.

in

JOHN,

BARON OF GREYSTOKE,

1305.

MON. SLAB AT GREYSTOKK.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OP ARMS.

101

Jrvan afjGriHid

2>avu/ *a C-Tttfi/
Greystoke, John de,

3&*i
*[Grosvenor, Sir Robert
azure, a garb or,

a baron 1295, sealed the Barons' letter to the Pope 1301, with 3 lozenges; see pp. xxiii, xxiv, and also Monumental Slab according to the Rolls he bore, gules, three cushions or (F. ) Nobility Roll; or and gules in (? argent), in St. George Roll Jenyns' Roll, and apparently in the Holland
;

le,

1389

bore,

on the determination of the Scrope and Grosvenor controversy. Shirley. ]


v le
.

Grose

Grose.

Roll.

Guise, Auncell de

Greyton, Sir John


Griffith,
Roll)

v.

Evan ap,
p. ix.

bore,

Arden and
Griffith,

or, St. George Rolls.

(H. III. a lyon rampant gules (F. );

of

Gayton. Wenunwyn

See also Tiles,

.Neath Abbey,
quarterly or

David ap
and

(H. in. Roll) bore, azure four lyonceux passant


(F.
)
;

(GYSE) (H. in. Roll) bore, lozengy gules and vair a canton (someSt. George and times a quarter) or (F. ) Howard Rolls tricked vair and gules in the Roll (perhaps erroneously tricked paly Dering for lozengy as in facsimile from Camden Roll) masculeein Jenyns' Ordinary, &c. blasoned by Jenyns as the arms of the Earl of Kent In Arden Roll reversed and a canton or.
; ,

another

AUNCEL

gardant counterchanged
quarterly or

St.

George

Roll.

bears a spur-rowell sable, on

Griffith, Llewellin ap
counterchanged See also Rolls.
;

the quarter, see Sir JOHN.

(H. in. Roll) bore,

and gules four lyons passant St. George and Norfolk Tiles. Neath Abbey, p. vii. Griffin, John (K. in. Roll) and Thomas bore, sable, a gryphon segreant (R. II. Roll) argent, armed or Cotgrave and Surrey Rolls.
;

Guyse, Walter de
culee vair

(E. n. Roll) bore, masgules, on a quarter or a neur-delys azure tricked, lozengy gules and vert, &c. Jenyns' Roll.

and

Guise, Sir John

(GYSE), of Bucks -(E.


i,

11.

Griffith, Ydon, lord of-(H. vi. Roll) bore, azure, a gryphon segreant armed and mem" his daughter married to Lord bered gules

Roll) bore, gules, six lozenges 3, 2, canton or a spur-rowell sable.

vair,

on a

Hoo "

Gu(y),

Atkinson Roll.

Griffith,
;

Owen apHH.

in.

Roll)

bore,

(H. in. Roll) bore, azure, three pheons 2 and i argent St. George Roll. Names doubtful. See also GEY.
;

Imberd

gules, a cross or between four eagles displayed argent Arden Roll.

Guldeford, Sir John de,


{E. n. Roll) bore, argent,

Griffith, Rees, ap bore, at the second Dunstable tournament 1334, gules on a fess dancettee argent between three lyonceux passant or as
six lyonmany martlets sable (F. !'. ceux passant in the Surrey Roll.
)
;

sable
fo.

Parliamentary Roll

of the North two bars gemelles three tars H. 6137

28\

Gurney, Sir
bore, at the

Thomas
;

de, of Somerset
F.

first

Grimeles, Robert de
argent, on a or Howard Roll.
;

(H. in. Roll) bore, cross gules five spur-rowells


(R. n. Roll) bore, per in chief two cinqueSurrey Roll.
;

paly
in

(6)

or and gules

Dunstable tournament 1308, paly (8) or and azure


;

to

AUNCEU, and MAHEU,


Rolls.

Parliamentary Roll.

and

so ascribed

in St.

George and

Grimsby, John de
Grimsted, Sir
Somerset
(E.
;

Surrey

chevron sable and argent


foyles pierced of the field n.

Gurnay, Sir John,


;

Andrew
Roll)

(or

GRENSTED), of
gules
three
Roll.

bore,

of Essex, Knight (H. vi. Roll) bore, azure, on a bend cotised argent, three leopards' faces gules jessant-deArundel Roll. lys or

barrulets vair
(E.
III.

Parliamentary
bore,

*Gritnston, Gerrard de
Roll)

and Ro^er de argent on a fess sable,


)
;

4-Gurney, Johan de

(H. in. Roll) bore, Norfolk Roll. arg2nt, a cross engrelee gules
;

three mullets (6) or pierced gules (F. Roll and Jenyns' Ordinary.

Surrey

Gurnay, Maheu "


three piles meeting Roll. Sir

_(E.

n.

"

Roll)

bore,
;

or,

Grimston, Roger
on a
Ordinary.

(E. in. Roll) bore, argent,


;

fess vert three mullets pierced or

Jenyns'

poynt gules Jenyns' MATHKW said by some to have been a Companion of the Garter 1386.
in.

in

Grindale, John
(12)
;

(K. in. Roll) bore, burulee argent and gules a cross patonce (rtory in trick) sable Jenyns' Ordinary.

Gurney, Robert de-(H.


or,

Roll)

bore,
;

a lyon rampant sable a border gules Glover Roll.

Groney, Sir William, of Normandy


;

bore, at the siege of Calais 1345-8, argent, a bend surname uncertain, perengrailed azure (F.)

Gurney, Sir William (BORNEY or GORNEY),


of

haps BORNHY or GORNEY.

Normandy bore, at the siege of Calais i345-o. at 1345-8, argent, a Ijend engrailed azure; name doubtful.

"UH&e*?er (b

*-

JOHN FITZALAN, EARL OF ARUNDEL,

DIED 1434.

IN THE FITZALAN CHAPEL, ARUNDEL.

After Stothard.

102

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

1bai0 of
I.

Bemevs^e,

co.

Berwick.

PETER DE HAGA,

c.

stable of Scotland,

c.

Witness, as Petrus del Hage' to a Charter of Richard de Moreville, Con-1150-1200. 1162-6 (Dip. Scot No. 75), and to a number of Charters of the period.

II.

PETER DE HAGA,
'

c. 1200-28. Granted a Charter of part of his forest of Threepwood with two oxgates of land = ADA, dau. of Sir Henry and a house and garden in Bemersyde 'that of my mother Goda of good memory' to the Abbey of Dryburgh for the soul of Ada, my late wife,' &c. (Liber de Dryburgh, pp. 269-71), Douglas states that their burying-place in Dryburgh Abbey was given to the Haigs in the time of this Petrus.

Sinclair, of Carfrae

(Mylne MS.).

III.

HENRY DE HAGA,

Henricus de la Hage' c. Witness, as 1228-40. FiuRoland, Constable of Scotland (Liber de Melros, i. 202, 203).
'
I

to

a Charter circa 1230 of Alan = ADELizA, dau. of Sir Anchitell de Riddel (Mylne MS.).

IV.

PETER DE HAGA,

c. 1240-80. Granted half a stone of wax to the Abbey = of Old Melrose by a Charter to which the name of Thomas Rymor de Ercildune' is appended as a witness. The Seal of Petrus de Haga attached to this Charter bears as cognisance three barulets. The Saltire, or St. Andrew's Cross, may have been assumed by the Haigs for service in the Holy Land. Patrick, Earl of Dunbar, who had lands at Ercildoune, near Bemersyde, sold his brood-mares in 1247 to the Monks of Melrose on his departure for the Holy Land (Liber de Melros, i. 204).
'
i j

KATHARiNE,
William

dau.

of

Sir

Bellocampo or Beauchamp (Mylne MS.).

V.

JOHN DE HAGA,
father's
gift

PETER DE HAGA

(IV.).

1280-1326. Confirmed to the Monks of Dryburgh his = the forest of Flatwood (Liber de Dryburgh, p. 96). His name appears on the list of those who swore fealty to Edward I. in When Wallace 1296, but he subsequently joined Sir William Wallace. came to Gladswood Cross, Haig of Bemersyde met him with many good horse (Old Monkish couplet). To his time is ascribed the prophecy of Thomas the Rhymer' Tyde What May Betyde, Haig shall be Haig of
c.

ERMEGARDE,

dau.

of

Sir

of

Adam

de Gordon in the Merse (Mylne MS.).

'

'

'

Bemersyde.

Azure, a saltire between a mullet in chief and base, and a decrescent

VI.

PKTER DE HAGA,
was

c.

1326-33.

Was
Hill,

at battle of

Bannockburn, 1314;
p. 134).

at that of Duplin,

killed at battle of

Halidon

1332; and =
I

and increscent

MARGARET,

1333 (Douglas's Baronage,

dau. of Alan Purves, of Ercildoune (Mylne MS.).

in fess, argent.

VII.

HENRY DE HAGA,

1333-68, d. unmd. Witness to a Charter of Sir William de Abernethy, Knight (Liber de Dryburgh, pp. 259, 260, 274).

VIII.

JOHN UE HAGA,
Dryburgh,
p.

of John Mautland,

Witness to a Charter= 1368-88. Lord of Thirlestane (Liber de 230), and is said to have fallen at
I

MARY, daughter

of John Mautland, Lord of Thirlestane (Mylne MS.).

Otterburn, 1388.

IX. SIR

ANDREW HAIG, 1388-1414. Witness as Haig' to a Charter of David Menyheis de (Registrum de Dunfermelyn, p. 279).

'

Weme,

Dominus Andreas = BLANCHE, widow of Sir Edmund de Bradeston, Kt. Grant from Ric. n. 13 May, 1395, to Sir dated 1412 Andrew Hage, Kt., and Blanche his wife, formerly widow of Sir Edmund de Bradeston, "Calendar of Documents relating to Kt. of two annuities of 40 marks and 40.
I ,

WILLIAM.

Scotland," ed.

J.

Bain,

p. 99.

X.

JOHN HAIG,

Maintained a long feud with the Abbot of Melrose, for which he 1414-36. Killed at Piperdean, 1436. (Liber de Melros, ii. 542-44).

was excommunicated

in

1422 = ELIZABETH, dau. of Archibald

Mure

of Rowallan.

XL GILBERT

HAIG, 1436-58. Excommunicated with his father in 1422; at = battleof Sark, 1450; and joined the E. of Angus against the E. of Douglas, 1455-

BARBARA
dau.
of

(his

McDougal

cousin), of

DAVID

(mentioned in communication).

deed

of

ex-

Makerstoun.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.


CONTINUED FROM PRECEDING PACK. A
I

103

XVIII. ANDREW, 1620 - 27. Received Bemersyde from his uncle, William Haig. Charter under Great Seal, dated Jan. 13, 1620. Seisin on Feb. 5, 1620 died at
;

2.

ROBERT. Consents as brother = ELSPETH, dau. of John and heir of umquhil Andrew Abercromby, of Abbots and Agnes, Throsk, Haig' to transfer of Bemersyde sister of Sir Alex. Drummortgage to Lord Hay, of Yester, the right of redemption mond, of Carnock, co.
'

3.
4.

GEORGE.
JAMES,
officer in

XX. DAVID,
an

1636-54 (7th son),


in

liv-

= HlBERNiA
widow

SCHOLKS

ing in 1635 with his uncle,

Wm.

Dutch

Service.
5.

ALEXANDER.
WiLI.IAM.

being

expressly

reserved

to

Bemersyde, unm. 1627.

William Haig and his heirs or Dated May 15, 1627. assignees.

Proved her husband's will, Oct., 1664. Test. Reg. Stirling.


Stirling.
I

6.

&

9 sons.

10.

FREDERICK.

Groningen. marriage in 1636, received from William Haig a disposition of Bemersyde, and from William McDougal the right of redemption of Lord Hay's mortgage.

McDougal,

On his

(m. 27 Oct. 1636), of Anthony

Gunter Prott, and descended from the Hohenzollen family,

i.

JOHN HAIG, Orchard Farm, = ISOBEL,


near Alloa.
I

dau.
'

of
;

Ramsay, of Alloa
1660.

Alexander m. Mar. i,

Other

issue,

XXI. ANTHONY HAIG, 1654-1712. His title having been im- = JEAN, dau. and heir of James Home, of Harieheugh. pugned by a decision of the Court of Session in 1671, he resigned Bemersyde to the Crown, and received a new
Charter dated Feb.
16, 1672.

i.

GEORGE HAIG,
1662, of Alloa.

Aug. 27, Newbigging, near

b.

JANET ANDERSON; m. Mar.


1684.

22,

Other

issue.

XXII. ZEKUBABEL HAIG, 1712-32, of= ELIZABETH, dau. of Thomas Gordon, of the Strathearn m. the Justiciary, Connected with the Edinburgh Bemersyde. family, Clerk of
;

Jacobite party in 1715, d. 1732.

April 13, 1698.

2.

JOHN HAIG,
1711.

b.

1688,

=ELSPETH NICOL,
1

of Alloa; m. Dec. 31,

of awell-known family in Alloa, who matriculated their

5.

JAMES
Alloa
7.
;

of HAIG, of=M.\KY, dau. m. Aug. John Mackenzie,

Other

issue.

XXIII. JAMES
1732-90,

ANTHONY HAIG, = BARBAKA,


Bemersyde,
b.
I

of

liam

arms

in 1733.

1718.

of Alloa.

1718, d. 1790.

Jacobite.

dau. of Wilof Robertson, m. Sep. Ladykirk


;

25. '757-

i.

GEORGE HAIG,
1712.

b.

= ELIZABETH
m.
2, 3,

WATSON,

Other

issue.

2.

JOHN HAIG,
9, 1720,

Settled in S.
;

Lieut. Mercier;

b. Sept. = of the GartI ;

MARGARET,
John
Stein,

dau.
of

of

Other

issue.

Carolina

m.

1742.

William Webb.

lands, near Alloa

m.

Killed by Indians 1749.


I

Feb.

n,

1751.

netpans, nanshire.

KenClackmnn-

^
~~i
6.

XXIV. JAMES ZERUBABEL= ISABELLA,


of 1790-1840, Bemersyde. Capt. 93rd m. Dec. 9, 1794. Regt.

dau. of

HAIG,

Samuel Watson,
Solicitor,

Edin-

burgh.
I
I

GEORGE
HAIG,
b.

MARY,

dau. of Colonel

i.

JAMES,
b.

= HELEN,
'

T
2.

JOHN,
b. d.

= CHRISTINA,
dau. of

T
4.

ROBERT,
b. 1764, d.

1745, d. 1790, ofCharleston, Will S.C. proved Sep. 25, 1790, exe-

Hezekiah

d.

1755, 1833,
co.

dau.

of

John
Higgins,

1758, 1819,

= CAROLINE MAKY,
dau. of Sir

WILLIAM, = JANET, dau. XXV. JAMES


of

HAIG,

b.

Maham.

John Jameson, of

1845,
co.

of

1771, d. of 1847.
;

John

Stein, of

1840^54, ofBemersyde, Writer to the Signet,


b. 1795, d. unmarried, Jan. 14, 1854. In 1866,

BARBARA, d. unm.
1873.

of Blairhill,
|

of
nr.

BonEdin-

ofNeuk;
m.

nington,

Leith
1787.

m.

Perth.

May

Roebuck, Dublin m. Aug. 7,


1798.

William
Wolseley,
of

Seggie, co.
Fife

Kennetpans.

m.

SOPHIA, d. unm.
1878,

Wolse-

Oct. 13,
1794-

Barbara, Sophia, and

6, 1784.

burgh.

John James Haig, John Blake, R. Miles, and


cutors,

ley, co. Staff.

Mary Haig executed


a deed conveying Bemersyde, at death
of -last
survivor

MARY,
d.

unm.

1871.

of

W.Washington.

them, to their 'cousin Arthur Balfour Haig.'

3.

Dr.

HEZEKIAH- = AGNES RITCHIE


HAIG,
I

6.

MAHAM

DAVID,
1796, 1848,

b.

m. 1808.

= ELIZA BETH, dau. d. and heir of


Richard
of
Price,

ROBERT, = MAGDALENE, b. 1796, d. dau. of David


I

GEORGEAUGUSTUS,
of Pen-Ithon,
co. Radnor b. 1820.
;

ANNE
M.
m.

ELIZA,
E.
Fell
;

3.

JOHN,
1802, 1878,

b.

= RACHEL - MACKERRAS,
I

dau. of Capt.
July 1848.
28,

d.

dau.

and co-heir of

of Charleston, b.
1780, d. 1836.

of

1878,

of

Glenogil, co. Forfar;

Highfields Park, Sussex.

Fane ValDunley,
dalk
;

m. Mar.
1828.

17,

m.
i,

of Murray, Whitehouse, Musselburgh.

of

Cameron
House,
Fife.

Nov.
1823.

of Veitch, Stewartfield, nr. Edinm. Aug. 20, burgh Of the family 1839. of Veitch of Eliock.

Hugh

ALEXANDER RITCHIE JAMES-

HAIG, ofCharleston,
b. 1812,

RICHARD,
b. 1831, d.

= jANE,dau. XXVI. ARTHUR = FRANCESof James CHAR BALFOUR,


Thompson
;

II
1.
2,

JOHN ADAIR. MURR> RAY,


i

INIM
I

CHARLESEDWIN, b.
1849, Barrister,

JANET-STEIN, dau. of John


Haig.
of
1.
;

2. 4.

MALEXANDER.
I

2.

HUGHVEITCH, of Ramornie,
Fifeshire,
b. 1845,

=ARCHIE
i

ANN

i.

M WILLIAM,
I I

m.

d.

1838,

ANN

1855, m.

Lieut. -Col.

LOTTE,
to at

MARK,
Robert

1896,

of

m.
8,

R.E..C.M.G.,
succeeded

dau. of Dr.

Blairhill,

May
1857.

only dau. of

3. 4.

Capt.H.E.I.C.S. M.FELIX, Gen. R.E.

Inner
of

Cameron
House, Fife m. Apl. 18,
1871

Temple,

McKeown Haig.=

co. Perth,

Bemersyde

George
Francis, 3rd Lord Harris, m. Apl. 9,
1874.

MALCOLM,
M.-Gen.I.S.C.
EDWiN,I,ieut. 5th Fusiliers,
fell

and Highfields

death of Sophia Haig, of

Orchardwood, Ascot

2.

5.

3.

CECIL. 5. EDRIC. JANET, m. G. F. Boyd. EDITH, m. J. A. H. Jameson. ROSE, m. J. H.

LINDSAY,
dau. of W. N. Fraser, of Findrack,
3.

1871, left issue.


4.
5.

JOHN. GEORGE. DOUGLAS,


Lt.-Col.

m. June
1872.

3,

Aberdeenshire.
1.

7th
(i)

Hussars.

MARY,

m.
(2)

Park, Sussex.

Bemersyde,
6th
est

Thomas.
4.

Lt.-Col. DePree,

and youngborn

at

Luck-

SYBIL, m. D. A.

R.A., and
2. 3.

son, 1840.

now
1.

1857.
5.

2.
3.

ISABELLA. EMILY.

Thomas, M.P. CHARLOTTE.

John Jameson. JANET. HENRIETTA, m.

CATHARINE.

W.

G. Jameson.

ALEXANDER RITCHIE
-

i,

ALEXANDER- = JESSIE-LOUISA,
PRICE, of
dau. of George
Blairhill, b.

2.

DAVID = EDITH-MARY,

HAIG,

b.

1844,

Charleston,

S.C.

m. ELIZABETH WlTSELL. =

1863, Lieut.

Dragoon Guards m. i, 1885. Aug.


5th
;

ALEXANDER-RITCHIE, b. 1878. LAURKNCK-WlTSKLL, b. l88o. KolJKKT-McKEOWN, b. 1882. RICHARD-LINING, b. 1886. ANN-ELIZABETH,

104

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS

Here

the

Knights pushed on

to

Hastings

to find

fcod"

After the Bayeux Tapestry.

H
Habervile,
azure,
in

Henry- (H.

in.

Roll)

bore,

Ha(c)kelute, Sir Walter,

of Salop -|E.

11.

gardant or, in sinister chief point a cinquefoyle pierced of the last


St.

dexter chief point a lyon passant and in base


;

Arden and

Roll) bore, gules, a fess dancettee between three Danish hatchets erect or, Parly. Roll fess indented argent, Harl. 6137, fo. 27 b
;
.

George

Rolls.

(F.)

Hacche, Sir Eustace

See TUBERVILI.E. de, banneret, baron

Hacon, Sir Hubert (HAKON),


Roll) argent and vert

of Norfolk

1299, sealed the Karons' letter to the Pope, He bore, at the battle of 1301, pp. xx, xxiy. Falkirk 1298, and at the siege of Carlaverock a cross or, 1300 engrailed gules (F. ) ascribed also to JOHN in Jenyns' Ordinary.
;

(E.

II.

bore,
;

sable,

two bars vaire


in.

Parliamentary Roll.
(K.
;

Hadham, Thomas

Roll)

bore,

argent a bend between six round buckles 3 and 3 azure, tongues to the base Jenyns' Ordinary.
(E.
in.

Hfntt

Haccombe,
IE.
Ii.

Sir

Stephen,
;

of

Devon-

*Haggerston, Robert
azure, on a

Roll) bore,

Roll),

argent, Roll and Jenyns' Ordinary.

(E. in. Roll) bore, three bendlets sable Parliamentary

and JOHN

rooks

(?

bend cotised argent three chessrightly billets) in bend of the field (F. );

Ha(c)ket,
Roll.

(H. in. Roll) bore, or, Arden three bendlets gules, a label (:;) azure
;

Henry

Originally, a scaling ladder Jenyns' Ordinary. between two leaves in allusion to a Hazlerigg
heiress
;

Shirley.

Hake, Andrew
three bars
or,

(E.

in.

Roll) bore, azure,


;

JHacket,
sable,

Rauf de
;

(H.
;

crusily

and three

Roll) bore, hake-fish hauriant


in
in

in.

a bordure engrailed argent

Jenyns' Roll.

and i (F. ), Dering Roll hauriant in pale Ashmole MS. ascribed to WILLIAM
2

Hakenbeche, Reginald
two bars azure
sable,
;

(R. n.) bore, or

Surrey Roll.

Howard Roll. Ha(c)ket, Sir "Walter,


at the
first

Hales, Sir Stephen de


a
chevron
;

of Derbyshire-bore Dunstable tournament 1308, argent, two bends gules (F.), Parliamentary and Ashmole Rolls; ascribed also to JOHN in Jenyns'

between

rampant argent

Ashmole

(E. in. Roll) bore, three lyonceaux and Surrey Rolls.

Hallys
;

Ordinary.

Ha(c)kley
difference.

).

armiger;

slain

at

the

argent and passant or Ashmole Roll.

(E. in. Roll) bore, burulee (12) azure, on a canton gules a lyon

siege of Calais 1347 bore, azure, a chevron between three bugles argent, a crescent for

Halnsby

-},

Knight-(H.
;

vi.

Roll)

bore, or, a saltire sable

Arundel

Roll.
co.

Halouton, Sir Robert

de, of

Cam-

Ha(c)klute, Sir
IE.
II.

Edmond,

of

Salop-

Roll) bore, argent, on a (plain) bend two cotises dancettee gules three mullets or. Sir RICHARD bore it with trefoyles in place of mullets on the bend Parliamentary and Ashmole Rolls.

between

Roll) bore, argent on a bend gules three eaglets displayed or (F. ); Parliamentary Roll and Harl. MS. 6137, fo. 63. ROBERT DE HAULTON took up the cross in the last Crusade 1270.

bridgeIE.

11.

Hacklute, Sir Richard

Hal(o)uton, Sir
at

Thomas

de,

bore, at the

first

the battle

of

Dunstable tournament 1308, argent, on a bend


gules cotised sable three fleurs-de-lys or (F. ) LEONARD (R. n. Roll) bore, mullets or pierced azure, instead of fleurs-de-lys, on the bend another trick makes the bend and cotises sable, both in Surrey Roll.

another THOMAS bore at the second Dunstable tournament 1334, gules a lyon rampant argent

Boroughbridge

bore, neyr. 1322, and

crowned
(F.)

or, and so also did Sir THOMAS, knighted at the capitulation of Calais 1348

Ashmole

Roll.

Hacklute, John de
;

Hal(o)ughton,
or (F.
),

(K.

in.

Roll)

bore,

de (H. in. Roll) bore, gules, three bucks' heads cabossed


St.

Thomas
;

argent, a fess gules and another in chief dancettee of the last Jenyns' Ordinary.

George Roll

one buck's head

in

Arden

Roll.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

Halo wton, Thomas de


gules

"a palme"

apaumee couped in Halsham, Sir Henry bore, at the siege of Rouen 1418, or, a chevron engrailed between
;

(E. n. Rolljbore, argent -a sinister hand trick Jenyns' Roll.

Hankeford

(E.

in.

two couses dancettee sable

Roll) bore, argent, Ashmole Roll.


;

Hanley
Roll)

bore,

three lyons' heads erased gules (F. ) the field argent and leopards' faces for a Suffolk

Arundel

vert, Roll.

Kentish Knight (H. vi. a saltire engrailed argent

Hanle(y), Sir
first

Knight

Arundel

Roll.

Haltham, Sire Francis de


battle of

-bore, at the
es-

crescents or

John (of Kent) bore, at the Dunstable tournament 1308, gules, three argent in Parliamentary Roll. F.
;

Boroughbridge 1322, azure an


or.

carbuncle

F.

JHanlo, Nichole de
Camden
the
first

(H. in. Roll) bore, or,

Halton, John de

in. (E. Roll) bore, argent, two bars azure in chief two escallops ROBERT bore three hurts in chief; gules Jenyns' Ordinary. See HALOUTON.

two chevronels gules on a quarter of the second a crescent argent (F. ); Dering, Howard and
Rolls.

Hanlowe, Sir John de

bore, at (of Oxon.) Dunstable tournament 1308, argent,


)
;
1

Hameldene, Sir Laurence


points or

de, of Suffolk, Knight bore at the first Dunstable tournament 1308, argent, fretty gules, florettee at the
a
fret in

a lyon rampant azure guttee d'or (F. Parliamentary Roll (as of Kent) and Jenyns HAMLYN See also and HAMMON. Ordinary.

Hamerton, John

Parliamentary Roll. in.


(E.
;

F.

Hansarde, Robert de
of
;

bore, at the siege

Roll)

bore,

argent, a fess between three lyonceux rampant, tails fourchee, sable Jenyns' Ordinary.

Carlaverock 1300, gules, three mullets argent (F. ) ascribed also to GILBERT, JOHN,
Sir
in

JOHN, and

to

Sir

ROBERT

of co.

Lines.,
;

*Hamerton, Lawrence- (E.

n. Roll) bore, argent, three martels (-Ml hammers) sable (F. ) Roll. Jenyns'
;

Hamlowe
Hamlyn,

-<.:

Hanlowe.

Sir John, of Leicestershire, Knight bore, at the first Dunstable tournament 1308, and at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322, gules, a lyon rampant ermine crowned or (F. ); Parliamentary and Ashmole Rolls.
Cotgrave gives
poix, for
gules,
F.

Parliamentary, Nativity, and Ashmole Rolls some the mullets are pierced, in others mullets of six pierced occur, i.e. spur-rowells estoiles, not mullets for GILBERT are tricked in Glover Roll and azure, not gules, for the field is ascribed to WILLIAM in Norfolk Roll.
; ;

Hansard, Sir John,


(E.
11.
;

of

Lincolnshire

Roll) bore, gules, a tend between six mullets 3 and 3 argent Parliamentary Roll.

HAMLYN.
v.

a lyon or guttee de

Unlisted

v.

Hausted Hawsted.
(E. n. dancettee between (falcons) or, tricked as Parliamentary Roll a plain fess

Hawnes. Hamme, Sir John de,


a- Hcutinuite
;

Hamme

Han vile, Sir Thomas de.of Bucks


of Surrey
(E. n.

Roll) bore, azure," " three girfauks


;

fess

Roll) bore, azure, a chevron between three demi lyons rampant or Parliamentary Roll. Hammon, Sir John (or H ANLOW E ), of Oxon. (E. II. Roll) bore, argent, a lyon rampant

martlets gules in Ashmole Roll.

See HANINVILE.
bore, at the
)

Harcla, Sir Andrew, of Cumberland baron


1321, Earl of Carlisle 1322
first

azure guttee d'or

Parliamentary Roll.

Hampton,

bore, at the siege of Calais 1345-8, argent, a fess counter compony or and azure, between six martlets gules. F.

Sir

John

(HOPTON)

Dunstable tournament 1308, argent, a cross (as gules, in the cantel a martlet sable (F. Parliamentary and Nativity HARTECI.EY)
;

Rolls.

Harcla, Sir Nicholas


CLAWE)
of

(or

MICHEL HERTE;

Hancett, Hamond (or HAMO


(H.
Roll.
III.

HAUTEYN}
;

Arden Arden
IE.
II.

Roll) bore, gules, three bends or; Roll a label (5, 6) argent St. George Compare with tricks in copies of the
;

n. Roll) bore, Parliamentary Roll argent, a cross gules borne also by one of this name with a label (5) azure (F. ) knighted at the capitulation of Calais
(F,.
;

Cumberland

1348.

Roll.

F.

Haningrylde, Sir William,


mentary
Roll.

of Roll) bore, or, a chevron sable

Essex;

*Harcourt, Sir John de,


banneret
bore, at the
first

of co.

Leic.

Dunstable tourna-

Parlia-

ment 1308, gules two bars or, as also did ROGER, K.G., slain at the siege of Calais 1347.
(F.) Parliamentary Roll [borne by JOHN/ Sir JOHN, with a label (3, 5) azure] the reverse ascribed to another JOHN, RICHARD, THOMAS,

Haninvile, Henry de
HANVILE.

(H. in. Roll) bore, sable, crusily fitchee and a tend or (F.); St. Roll. Surname doubtful. See also George
(E.
i.

Hanitune, John de
;

quarterly argent and sable (F.), same as FlTZ UMFREY Guillim and Segar Rolls.

Roll) bore,

and WILLIAM Parliamentary, Segar, Glover, and St. George Rolls.


;

Harecourte, Robert de-(H.


bore, gules,

in.

two bars ermine

Howard

Roll) Roll.

Htuno

106

SOME FEl'DAL

COATS OF AKMS.

Hardeshull, Sire Johan de


the tattle
<>f

-ixm, a Boroughbridge 1322, and at the second Dunstable tournament 1334. argent. semec of martlets gules, a chevron sal>!
-

in

stable. 7

Ashmole M.S. 3 and and 4 in Ashmole


;

Ordinary

for

THOM

3 martlets at DunRoll, and in Jem -us'

\-

Hardeshull, Sir William,


IK. M. Roll) l>ore.

of co. Leic.

or a cross engrailed gules Parliamenin the first quarter a martlet vert See HAKCI.A. tary Roll.
;

Harding, Sir Edmond,


(H.
VI.

Roll)
all

bore,

gules,
;

of Kent. Kt. a lyon rampant

ermine over

a chevron or

Arundel

Roll.

tHardres, Robert de
Howard
Roll.
(

(H. in. Roll) bore, ermine, a lyon rampant gules debruised by a chevron or; Dering Roll; the field argent in
K.
)

Harpden, Sir "William


(E. n.

Harlaston
Arundel

a Suffolk Knight (H. vi. Roll) bore, argent, a chevron sable, quarterly i, 'ilk, argent a fess ermine cotised sable
;

de, of Oxon. argent a mullet pierced a Suffolk Knight Roll gules. Parliamentary of this surname, bore (H. VI.) argent on a mullet gules, a besant charged with a martlet
Roll)

bore,

sable

Arundel
(

Roll.

Roll.

Harleston,

(E. nr. Roll) bore, argent, a saltire gules between four fleurs-deazure; JOHN NF.VII.L, Jetiyns Ordinary lys of Lincolnshire, bears these arms.
1 ;

Thomas

(Harpur
Shirley.]

of Rushall - a plain cross but bore the arms of Rushall, argent, a lyon rampant within a bordure engrailed sable.
)

Harsiek, John de
a chief indented
(4)

(E.

in.
;

Harley, Sir Richard


(E.
II.

(HARI.KE) of Salop

sable

Roll) bore, or, Jenyns' Ordinary,

Parliamentary Roll.

Roll) bore, or, a K.


.

bend cotised sable;

a fess in Ashmole Roll. See

Monumental

Brass.

Hartford
Roll) Roll.

v.

Hertford.
(K. in.

Marling,
florettee argent

(E.
;

in.

bore,

azure,

Ashmole

Hartford, Robert
argent,

Roll)
harts'

bore,

on a
;

fess

sable

three

heads

Harlyns

\ a Suffolk Kt.-(H. vi. Roll) bore, argent, a unicorn rampant sable horned and unguled or Arundel Roll. F.
(
;

cabossed or

Jenyns' Ordinary.
of Badsworth (K. in. argent, a lyon purpure masculy

Hartford, Thomas,
Roll)

bore,

or

Haverington. *Harington, Sir John de (HAVERINGTON)


v.

Harington

Jenyns' Ordinary.
of co. Derby two bars vert Parto Jons ascribed also Roll though tricked vair, in Jenyns'
;

Harthull, Sir Richard de,


(K. n. Roll) bore, argent

a baron 1324

bore,

at

the

first

Dunstable

liamentary

tournament 1308, sable

fretty argent (F.); this coat was also Parliamentary Roll. &c. Sir JOHN, carried at the siege of Rouen 1418. Sir MICHAEL and Sir JOHN appear to have differenced with a label (3) gules Ashmole,
; ;

HERTHILL,
Ordinary.

Hartwell,

Nativity,

and Surrey
(

Rolls.
vi.

(HARF.WKLL), an Essex? Knight (H. VI. Roll) bore, sable, a bucks head cal>ossed argent between the attires a Arundel Roll. F. cross patee of the last
;

Harington
;

Roll) bore, quarterly (i) sable fretty argent, a label (2) argent, a saltire gules (3) gules. (3) gules three escallops argent (4) argent, a cross patonce sable Arundel Roll.
),
; ; ;

a Knight-(H.

aSuffolk Knight (H. VI. Roll) Haseley bore, argent, a fess gules between three hazle Arundel Roll. nuts or, husks and stalks vert
(

F.

Harington, Sir T.
ii-ith,

(H. vi. Roll) bore, sable, a fret argent, a label (5) gules, quarterly

*[Hasilrig,

argent a cross patee sable;

Atkinson

of Fawdon bore, leaves argent, a chevron between three hazel F. Shirley.] slipped vert.

Thomas,

Roll.

Haslarton
(F..

v.

Heslarton.

Harington, Sir James, of Hornby


Roll) bore, argent, fretty

iv.

sable; with crest;

Hassell

v.

Hansard.
,

Ballard Roll.

Hastang, Sir Robert

Harington, Sir
MS. 6137
or,
fo.

John de
;

(E.

n.

Roll)
;

bore, or. a chief gules, over all a bend azure Parliamentary Roll the field argent, Harl.
19.

de, of co. Staff. a baron 1311 bore, at the first Dunstable tournament 1308, azure, a chief gules, over all a lyon rampant or -Guillim, Segar and Par-

Harington, John de
a chief gules over Ordinary.
all

(E.

in.

Roll) bore,
;

a bend sable

Jenyns'

SIR

JOHN HARSYCK.
CHURCH, NORFOLK,
Boutell.

Sir ROBERT signed liamentary Rolls. Karons' letter to the Pope 1301 and sealed with a lyon fourchee over all a barrulet in see also Jenyns Ordinary chief, pp. xxii, xxiv and Parliamentary Roll.

the

IN Sot'TiiACRE

1384, 8 R. n.

From

SIR

ROBERT HARCOUKT,

K.G. 1461, DIED 1471; AND His WIFE MARGARET, DAI or SIR JOHN BYRON, QF CLAYTON, co. LANC., KT., A LADY OF THE ORDF.K. IN TOMB THE CHURCH NKAR STANTO.N HARCOURT, OXON.

From

Anstis' History of the Carter.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

107

///)
Hastang, Sir John de (HASTINGKS)

V<

bore
;

at the first Dunstable tournament 1308, azure, a chief gules over all a lyon rampant argent ascribed also to HUMKR'Y in Arden and St. George Rolls, and to Sir PHILIP, of Staff. in
,

Parliamentary Roll.

tournament 1308 Cotgraveand Parliamentary Rolls, and by Sir WILLIAM (E. i.) Harl. Roll. Another Sir WILLIAM, banneret (E. n. Roll), bore, a label (3) charged with the arms of Pembroke, checquy argent -and azure three martlets gules Parliamentary Roll.
; ;

Hastang, Sire Thomas de-bore,


battle of

at the Horoughbridge 1322, azure, a chief gules over all a lyon rampant or, and a label Sir argent; ascribed also to Sir JOHN, ROBERT, of co. Staff., in Parliamentary Roll.

Hastings, Sir "William de


first

bore, at the

maunch
(3)

Dunstable tournament 1308, or, a within an orle of martlets gules, a label argent, each pendant charged with four

barrulets azure, for Valence.

Hastang, Sir Tfichol de


bruised by a baston argent'fF.)

(of co. Staff.}

bore, at the first Dunstable tournament 1308, azure, a chief gules, a lyon rampant or de;

Hastings,
of

bore at the siege Sr. de ( ) 1418, or, a maunch gules, quarterly tvilh, gules, a bend argent.

Le

Rouen

Parly. Roll.

Hastang, Rafe de
azure, a chief or and Howard Roll. gules
;

(H. in. Roll) bore, over all a lyon rampant


bore, at the

Hastings, Sir John,


of Sir of

of co. Glouc. (brother

WILLIAM) bore, at the first Dunstable tournament 1308, HASTINGS within a bordure
and
all

Hasthorp, Sire Johan de


of Boroughbridge bend sable three martlets
battle

1322,
or.

argent on a

F.

maunch

also blasoned burulee argent azure, eight martlets in orle gules, over on an escocheon (of HASTINGS), or a

Valence,

gules.

(F.

Sir

WILLIAM,

banneret,

Hasting [Drew de
!
!

Conquest per fess or and vert, a bull rampant counterchanged Jenyns' Roll, Add. MS. b 12,224 f- 48 ]
bore, before the
.

bore it also (E. II.) Parliamentary Roll. See another Sir WILLIAM, who bore HASTINGS, with a label of PEMBROKE.
;

Hastings, Sir
it

Hastings, John de, Baron

of Bergeueny 1299, signed the Barons' letter to the Pope and sealed with a cross which with the 1301 field is charged with fleurs-de-Iys, pp. xvi, xxiv. He bore, at the siege of Carlaverock 1300, or, a maunch gules (K. ); Nobility, Parlia-

bore (erroneously is said) at the battle of Falkirk 1298, or, three maunches gules a label azure (F. (see Sir EDMUND above); tricked without the label
)

Edmund,

in Jenyns'

Ordinary for

OSMOND and EDMOND

the field argent for another Jenyns' and Arundel Rolls.

EDMUND

in

mentary and Arundel

Rolls-;

HENRY,
Dering

Sir

Roll

HASTINGES

HENRY, and by JOHN ({) in also by Le Seigneur DE


the
battle of

borne also by

Hastyng
;

) Knight (H. vi. Roll) bore, argent a fess gules between three maunches sable Arundel Roll.
(

at

1322 and by LAURENCE, Earl of PEMBROKE, at the siege of Calais 1345-8 HASTINGS is borne quarterly with VALENCE on the Monu;

Boroughbridge

Hastings, Sir Rafe


sable.
;

Knighted

at

the

capitulation of Calais 1348, argent, a


(F.)

maunch

mental Brass.

Hastings, Sir
a baron

de, banneret, 1299 (brother of JOHN, Baron of bore, at the battle of Falkirk 1298, and also at the siege of Carlaverock 1300, or, a maunch gules a label (5) sable (argent, in Nobility Roll; vert'm Parly. Roll.) Sir EDMUND had from Edward 1. the Scottish Earldom of Menteith on the deprivation of Earl ALAN.
Bergavenny)

Edmund

&c. borne also by William, K.G. 1462; see title-page.

Ashmole and Cotgrave Rolls, Lord Hastings,

Hastings, Sir Miles de,


Roll)

of Oxon. (E. n. a fess in chief two mullets Roll. Sir PHILIP bore gules Parliamentary it differenced with a lat>el (3) azure at the first Dunstable tournament 1308.
bore,
or,
;

On becoming
a prisoner
in

Hastings, Sir Robert de,


shire
(E.
II.

surety for Sir

JOHN DRUMMOND,

England, and having succeeded

azure two

and apparently his arms, barry wavy of six, he so sealed the Barons' letter to the Pope 1301, pp. xxi, xxiv, describing him" self as D'n's de Enchimcholmok " = Inchmahoine see Sir JOHN'S effigy, p. 71.
to his lands
;

of CambridgeRoll) bore, ermine, on a chief mullets or Parliamentary Roll.


;

^Hastings, "William
bore, argent,
Rolls.

de

(H.

in.

Roll)

fess

between three lozenges

Dering,

Howard and Camden


of

Hastings, Sir Hugh, summoned to a council

of Gressing, Norfolk, 1342 bore, at the siege of Calais 1345, or a maunch gules a label (3) azure (F. ) see Monumental Brass; borne also by Sir NICHOLAS at the first Dunslable
in

LAURENCE HASTINGS, EARL OF PEMBROKE.


IN ELSING CHURCH, NORFOLK.

Hatfeld, Thomas, Bishop

Durham-

From

OB. 1348. a rubbing of the Hastings Brass.

bore, at the siege of Calais 1345-8, ermine a chevron sable (sometimes gules) impaled on the dexter with the arms of the See of Dur-

ham.

F.

io8

.SOAfE

FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

THE HERALDIC ATCHIEVEMENT


OF

SIR

CHRISTOPHER HATTON,

K.G., OF

HOLDENBY HALL, NORTHANTS,

LORD CHANCELLOR OF ENGLAND.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

109

Hatfeild,

Thomas
;

(E. n. Roll) bore, sable,

a chevron between three lyonceux rampant the chevron or and a argent, Jenyns' 'Roll
mullet sable in Jenyns' Ordinary.

Haveringham, Sir John Havering. Haverington, Sir John de-(E. n. Roll)


'-.

Hatthorpe, Robert
nary.

(K.

m.
;

Roll)

bore,

bore, argent, three hinds' heads couped gules, a label (3) or Parliamentary Roll.
;

sable, a chevron engrailed or

Jenyns' Ordi-

Haverington, Sir John de


TON)
1308,

(v.

HARING-

Hauberk, John
Surrey Roll.

(R. n.

Roll) bore, argent


or.

bore, at the sable fretty

first

Dunstable tournament
;

on a bend sable three cinquefoyles pierced

Hausted, Sire John de,

of Rutland,

baron 1322 - bore, at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322, and at the second Dunstablu tournament 1334, gulesachief checquy (countercompony in trick) or and azure, a baston ermine Jenyns' Ordinary, Parliamentary Roll and Ashmole MS. Sir ROBERT bore it at the first Dunstable tournament 1308 with a bend argent (F. Parliamentary and Harl. Rolls ascribed with a bend sable to another JOHN in
;

Sir MICHAKL differenced with a label (3) or, at the first Dunstable tourna ment 1308 -but with a label gules (F.) in Nativity Roll.

argent

St.

George and

Nativity Rolls.

Haversage, Matthew de (HAYKRSEGGE)


{H. III. Roll) bore, paly argent chief of the first Glover Roll.
;

and

gules, a

Haversham, Nicol de
azure, crusily
Roll.

and a

fess

(H. in. Roll) bore, argent St. George


;

Haward r. Howard.
Hawarde,
baron 1296
-

Sire
bore,

Jenyns' Ordinary.

Hausted, Sir John de

William, of Norfolk, gules erusily and a bend


-c.

bore, at the
F.

first

argent; Nobility and Parliamentary Rolls.


Sire

Dunstable tournament 1308, argent on a bend


vert three eaglets displayed or.

WILLIAM HAUWAKDE

HAYWARDE,

Haute, Sir William,


;

THOMAS in Jenyns' Ordinary. Hauteyn, Hamo, Hanoett. Hautot, Richard de (H. in. Roll) bore,
crusily fitch^e to
i'.

of Kent, Kt. (H. vi. Roll) bore, per pale azure and gules, a lyon a cross with, or, rampant argent, quarterly See HAWTE. engrailed gules Arundel Roll. Hauteville, Sir Geffrey (of Devon or Cornwall) bore, at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322, sable crusily and a lyon rampant ascribed argent. (F. Parliamentary Roll
)

bore the same at the battle of Boroughbridge See also HOWARD. 1322.

Hawkewoode, John
;

(R. u. Roll) bore, argent, on a chevron sable three escallops of the field Surrey Roll.

Hawkston,

Sir bore, at the siege of Calais 1345-8 argent, on a fess gules three hawks or. K.
(R. n. azure, a saltire engrailed argent
Roll)
;

Thomas

Hawley, Thomas

bore,

Surrey Roll.

Hawnes -

ermine, on a chief gules three mullets


(F.
)

(6) or.

- (HAMME), of Suffolk, Kt. (H. vi. Roll) bore, vert, two fish (lucies) hauriant addorsed and em bowed argent; Arundel Roll. F.
Rouen 1418
mole MS.
bore, at the siege of argent, on a bend azure three
(F.
)

Arden and

St.

George

Rolls.

Sec

HoTTOT.

Hawte, Nicholas
lyons passant or.

Havering, Sir John de,


;

banneret, baron of Grafton 1299 bore, at the battle of Falkirk a 1298 (argent) lyon rampant, gules collared or tail fourchee and collared azure in Nobility and Parly. Rolls on his seal affixed to the Barons' letter to the Pope, the lyon is fourchee but not collared, pp. xx, xxiv.
;

Called

HA WE in

Ash-

See HAUTE.

Haye,

see

De

la

Haye.

Havering, Richard and "William de(H.


II.

Roll) bore, argent, a lyon


;

iburchfe gules Ordinary.


argent,
tail

St.

rampant tail George Roll and Jenyns'


(F,.

Havering, Sir John


crusily. fitch^e

in.

Roll)

bore,
)
;

fourchee
Roll
;

and

and a lyon rampant renowee all gules (F.

Ashmole
a label

(3)

ascribed in the same Roll with azure to HAVERINGHAM.

Havering, John ap, of

Essex (H. n. Roll) bore, argent, three lyons' heads erased sable. Arundel Roll. F.
(H,
in.

Havering, John de
azure,
(F.)
St.

on a fess argent, three escallops George Roll.

Roll) bore, gules.

//<** e

SIR HUGH HASTINGS. FROM THE HASTINGS BRASS IN


ELSING CHURCH, NORFOLK, 1347.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

ftoAP

J
Her(e)ford, Sir
bore,

//erf

Heaton, William
argent, on a a

(E.

iv.

Roll)
,

bore,
bulls'

de (E. in. Roll) gules, three eaglets displayed argent Ashmole Roll. HKNKY, differenced with a F. azure St. George Roll. lnl>el

Henry

(5)

bend engrailed sable three


with crest
(E.

heads erased of the field, quarterly with argent, Moor's head wreathed ppr. between three
; ;

Hereford, Robert deargent.


(F.
(
)

(H. in. Roll) bore, or on a chief dancettee azure three annulets

rleurs-de-lys sable

Ballard Roll.
Roll) bore,
;

Arden
)

Roll. in. Roll) bore, or. a Arden Koll.


;

Hebden, "William

in.

Hereford

de-(H.

ermine, five fusils conjoined n fess gules Surrey Roll and Jenyns' Roll and Ordinary.

pair of wings conjoined gules

Hedingham, Richard de
;

(E. in. Roll) bore, argent a chevron between three fleurs-delys sable, ermine in blason Jenyns' Ordinary.

Hereward,

Roll) bore, vert between three owls argent; Parly. Roll.

Sir Robert, of Norfolk (K. n. azure, a fess gobony gules and


F.

Heggios,Huge('iBRUGEs)-(H.
bore, gules, bezantee George Roll.

"'

R
;

")
St.

Hereward, Sir Robert,


shire

and a

chief ermine

(E.
;

II.

CambridgeRoll) bore, checquy or and

of

*[Heigham, Richard,

c. 1340 -bore, sable, a fess checquy or and azure, between three horses' heads erased argent. F. Shirley.]

azure on a bend gules three eagles displayed in some checquy azure argent Parly. Roll and or, &c.

Herham,
jHerice,
Roll.

Sir

Roger, Knighted

Hekin, Sir Richard,


of Calais 1348 F. argent.

bore, sable, a

knighted at the siege gryphon segreant

capitulation of Calais 1348 lung .argent and gules. F.

at the bore, unde'e en

Hellifleld, William de (E. in. Roll) bore, argent, two bends unde sable same as Ric. DE STAPI.ETON Jenyns' Ordinary.
;

de (H. in. Roll) bore, or three hedgehogs passant in pale sable (F. ); Howard Roll 2 and i passant sable in Dering

Henry

Boars in Ashmole MS.


of
</e

Hellis, a bend argent

Raufe de-(H.
;

Howard

in. Roll) bore, sable, Roll.

tHeringod, William, and Sir John,


Sussex

Helyon, Richard and Walter -(H.


Roll) bore, or, a buck's

in.
;

head cabossed sable


F.

{K. n. Roll) bore, azure, crusily and six herrings hauriant 3, 2, i, or (F.); Dering, Camden, Parly., and Howard Rolls. (K.
in.

Heftt

Arden Roll and Jenyns' Ordinary.

Herle, Sir Robert


a chevron gules, (shovellers) argent Rolls.
;

tHelyon, Walter- (H.


three bucks' heads couped

between

Roll) bore, three drakes

Ashmole MS.)
IE,
ii.

in. Roll) bore, or sable. (.) (a zure in

Ashmole

and

Surrey

Dering and Howard Rolls.


of

Heminghall, Sir Raffe de,


mentary and Ashmole
the escallops or
*
;

Norfolk;

Roll) bore, or, on a fess between two chevronels gules three escallops argent ParliaRolls. Surrey Roll.

Heron, Sir G-odard, Sir Roger, John, Sir John, of Essex, Sir Odinel, of (F.
),

Northumberland
bore,

(E.

n.

and E.

in.

Rolls)
;

THOMAS

bore

azure three herons passant argent Nativity, Glover, Parly., and St. George Rolls tinctures reversed in Parly. Roll for

Heneage, John,

to E. in. bore, or, a greyhound courant sable between three leopards' faces azure, a border engrailed or. Shirley.] F.
u.
;

Sir ODINEI.I..

See HKRONVII.E, THOS.

Heron, Sir

Roger

and Sir

William
WALTKR
;

Henirrave, Sir Edward, of Suffolk -(E.


Roll) bore argent,

a chief dancette'e

(4)

Parliamentary, Ashmole and Surrey dancettee of 3 points in Jenyns' trick.

gules

(E. n. Roll) bore, gules, three herons passant argent; Parly, and Ashmole Rolls GERARD differenced with an annulet, and

Rolls,

with a cross crosslet, both in chfef, or


Roll.

Surrey
a

tHenre, William de-(H.


gules,

in.

Roll) bore,
(5)

cross

argent,

a label

Heron, John

(R.

n.

Roll) bore, gulrs,


;

azure

Dering and Howard Rolls.

Henyngham
Roll.

of Suffolk, Kt.~ (H. vi. ( ), Roll) bore, quarterly or and gules a lx>rdure sable poudr6 of escallops argent Arundel
;

chevron between three herons argent WILLIAM bore the chevron engrailed Surrey Roll and Jenyns' Ordinary.

Heron, William-(H.
crusily or, a heron George Rolls.

in. Roll) bore, gules,


;

argent

Arden and
in.

St.

Herbert, Herbert,
Ashmole

H
,

(E.

I.

Roll) bore, ermine, a


all

chief vaire or Harl. Roll.

and gules over

a baston sable

Herondel, John de
gulfs, billette Arden Roll.

(H.

Roll)

bore,

and three Ivons rampant or;


(H. in. Roll) bore,
;

(E. in. Roll) bore, per pale azure and gules three lyonceux rampant or
;

Roll.

See FITZHERBKRT.

Heronvile, John de
sable,

two lyons passant argent crowned or


Roll.

Hercy, Sir Hugh,


IK. in.

of Langford, co. Derby Roll) bore, gules, a chief argent; Ashmoie Roll. Sir HUGH, of co. Leic. (K. n.) differenced with a latel Parlia(3) azure mentary Roll reversed in Jenyns' Roll. F.
;

Arden

Heronvile,
HKKON
;

(E. n. Roll) bore, axurr. three herons passant argent, same as

Thomas

Jenyns' Roll.
(or

Hercy, Henry del


azure, across or.
(F.)

(H.
St.

in.

Roll;

bore,

Hersham, Simon de

HKRSTUN)

George
in.
fess

Roll.

Herdebye, John de
gules, billettee
(5,

-(K.

5)

and a
;.

Roll) bore,

(H. in. Roll) bore, sable three spur-rowells Written UKRSIIEW in gules; Arden Roll. Harl. MS. 4965 fo. 10.

dancettee

argent

Jenyns' Ordinary.
of,

Herswell, Simon de
sable, Roll.

Hereford, Earl

Bohun.

(H. in. Roll) bore, three mullets (6) or (F. ); St. George

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

IK

IIAEON

HMIIY IIANTOr

THE HERALDIC ATCHIEVEMENT


OF

JOHN ARUNDELL HILDYARD,

J.P.,

D.L.

OF HUTTON BONVILLE, YORKSHIRE.

12

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

Hertford, Earl Hertford,


.

of,
(K.

v,

Clare.
Roll)

Heverley, Walter
bore,
Roll.

(K.

in.

Roll) bore, or,


first.

in.
;

sable,

on a t>end a/ure three escallops of the


lenyns' Ordinary.

five

lozenges

in

bend or

Ashmole

Herthill,

John
;

two bars vert See HAKTHII.I..

(K. in. Roll) bore, argent tricked vair Jenyns Ordinary.


1

or Hewes, Sir Richard, of Cornwall and a


(E.
II.

Devon
quarter

argent;

Roll) bore, gules, fretty Parliamentary Roll.

Hertlington,
Ordinary.

Henry

(E.

""-

Roll) bore,
;

Hewys, Thomas
fretty gules,

IE. iv. Roll) bore, argent,

argent, a lyon rampant crowned gules Jenyns'


(E. in. Roll) bore, Ashmole Roll. ;

and a quarter ermine; Jenyns'

Ordinary.

Hertlow, Sir William


argent, three gemelles giiles

Hewick, Sir Nicholas (K. in. Roll) bore, a lyon rampant argent gules, bezantee and Ashmole Roll. MALTHAM RATCLIFFE carryes
;

*Hervy
;

Essex Knight (H. VI. Roll) ), an ( bore, gules, on a bend argent three trefoyles Arundel Roll, K. See HOUN. vert
v.

NICHOLAS the same Jenyns' Ordinary. i bore, vair (tricked vert), six besants 3, 2,
;
;

J Hi lien

Jenyns' Ordinary.

Hese
Hese,
and
fess

DK

i.

A HKSK, Host, and HUSSEV.

Heworth, Thomas
;

(H. in. Roll) bore, or, three Arden eagles displayed 2 and i sable (F.)

Henry

St.

George

Rolls.

Heyham,

Roll) bore, (E. in. four mullets pierced argent, a saltire between gules Jenyns' Ordinary. Sir de, of Beds. -(E. n.
Roll) bore, paly (6) argent and azure on a chief gules three escallops or Parliamentary Roll.
;

Roger

Hesy,

Hugh

le

(R. n. Roll) bore, or,

on a
;

sable

a lyon passant gardant argent


(E.
;

Surrey Roll.

Hese, John de la
argent,

in.

Roll)

bore,

Heyham,

Sir

William

(E.

i.

Roll) bore,
;

a fess sable between three lyonceux rampant 2 and i gules Jenyns' Ordinary, and in Roll as HESSEE, and as Sir JOHN DK LA HOKSK, a Berkshire Knight, in I'arly. Roll.
(E. in. Roll) bore,
;

bendy (61 argent and gules a label (3) azure Holland Roll gules three tends argent and a
label azure in Harl.

MS. 6137
;

fo. 40.

four torteaux argent, a saltire gules between Jenyns' Ordinary. *[Heskayte, Sir William, 1275 bore the arms of FVTTON argent, on a bend sable three garbs or; Shirley.] F.

Hesilton, Elynaud de

(E. i. Roll) bore, Nativity Roll. azure, three mullets or on a *[Hill, William, R. n. bore, ermine, E. fess sable a castle argent. Shirley.]

Hildyard, Sir Robert

Hillarye, Sir Walter,

of Norfolk (E. n. or and sable, Roll) bore, argent, a fess checquy a mullet of the last ; Parliamentary Roll. F.

Heslarton, Sir
(E.
II.

pant 3, borne also by

de, of Yorkshire Roll) bore, gules, six lyonceux ram2," t, argent crowned or Parly. Roll
;

Thomas
in

Hillary,

Roger

crusily fitchee

Ashmole and

in. Roll) bore, sable, three fieurs-de-lys argent Surrey Rolls. E.


(E.

and

WALTER
in

Jenyns' Ordinary
in

Hilton, Sir Robert de,

and by
is

Sir
-

RAFFE

Ashmole Roll

which

the

same

argent
argent,

coat, within a bordure engrailed but without Christian name.

banneret, a baron 1297 bore, at the battle of Falkirk 1298, Nobility, Par(F.) argent, two bars azure. liamentary and St. George Rolls.
bore, at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322, argent, three chaplets gules. (F.) Borne also by ROBERT, ofSwyne, in Holderness, one of the founders of the Abbey there Jenyns' Roll and Ordinary.
;

Heslarton,

Thomas

(E.

n.

Roll)

bore,

Hilton, Sir Robert de

on a chevron gules three lyonceux passant gardant or; Jenyns' Roll and Ordinary, borne also by ROBERT DE BOI.TON.

Heslington, Richard de
bore, argent, Roll.

(H.

in.
;

Roll)

three crescents sable


in.

Norfolk
bore,

Hilton, John,
Hincle(y), Sir

Hethe, John Atte


gules,

(K.
Roll.

Roll)

of Westmorland (E. in. in chief Roll) bore, sable, three annulets or, two saltorelles argent Jenyns' Roll.
;

on a bend cotised argent three heath;

cocks sable

Ashmole
,

F.

Hethersett,

(E.

in.

Roll) bore, azure,


;

(E. in. Roll) bore, Ashmole gules, a chevron engrailed argent.; Roll. (alias CULCHETH) (E. IV. Roll) bore, sable a gryphon segreant Hallard Roll. argent with crest
; ;

John de

Htrtim.

a lyon rampant gardant or- another with a mullet sable on the lyon's shoulder Ashmole
Roll.

Hindley, Randolph

Hethman,

Sir

Raol

(or

Roos)

de

bore,

at the first Dunstable tournament 1308, azure, F. fretty argent, a lx>rdure indented or.

Hingham,
Roll)

bore,

Sir John, of Norfolk-(E. n. per pale or and vert a fer de


;

moulin gules

Parliamentary Roll.

Heton, Sir Gilbert de


rlory

bore,

at the first

Dunstable tournament 1308, gules, a cross


or (F.
)

Hinlington, William de IHINKI.YNTOM


Howard

same arms

as

Sir

WILLIAM

LATVMKK.

Heton, Henry de
azure, a lyon

(R.
(E.

n.
;.

Roll)

bore, bore,
fleurs-

rampant argent

Surrey Roll.
Roll)

(H. in. Roll) bore, argent, a label (5) gules; Roll -probably a foreigner. Hinton, John de (E. in. Roll) bore, gules, on a bend argent cotised or three martlets sable Jenyns' Ordinary.
;

Heton, Sir John


de-lys or
;

in.

argent, on a chief indented sable two

Hippeswell, Alan de-(K.

in. Roll) bore,

Ashmole

Roll.
(1C.
;

Heton, Thomas de Heton, Thomas de


vt-rt.

in.

Hodey
Roll)

argent, a fer de moulin sable a Suffolk Kt. ),


(

Grimaldi Roll.

bore,

Jenyns' Ordinary. (E. n. Roll) bore, a lyon rampant and a bordure engrailed argent; Jenyns' Roll. See GREY of Heton. Hevere, William de IE. i. Roll) bore, gules, a cross argent and a label (5) azure.
(!'.
I

gules, a lyon passant argent

(H. vi. Roll) bore, argent, a fess indented point in point, vert and sable, plain cotised counterchanged, a bordure engrailed of the second Arundel Roll.
;

F.

Hodnet, Ede

<

'amden

Roll.

(H. in. Roll) bore, quarterly per fess indented argent and gules, a label (5) azure. (F.) Ardsn and St George Rolls -as EDGAR.

de-

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

"3

Hoese, Sir John de

la, v.

Hese.
bore, at the

Holand, Sir Robert de,


1314
1308,
;

Hoggesharde, Sir Thomas


a bordure sable bezantee.
(H.
ill.

siege of Calais 1345-8, vaire argent


(F.
)

and

gules,

banneret, a baron bore, at the first Dunstable tournament azure, florette"e and a lyon rampant
;

?HOGHSHEAD.

Hoggeshawe, Robert de
bend bend three mullets of
6589.

argent (F.) Parly, and Arundel firdant oils borne also by HENRY and JOHN,

(or SHIREBROK) Roll) bore, vair, a chief or, over all a St. George Roll on the gules. (F. )
six points
;

Surrey Roll and Jenyns' Ordinary, and by Sir

OTES, K.G. (afounder), andSirTHOMAS, K.G.,


at the siege of Calais 1345-8, the former then differenced with a cross patde gules on the

Harl.

MS.
in

Hoghton, Sir Alexander,


Lanes.
sable
;

of

Hoghton,

ALAN (ancestor of HOLLAND of Demon) differenced with a bendlet gules Harl. MS.
lyon
; ;

(E. iv. Roll) bore,

argent, three bars


Rolls.

1481

fo.

58

Ballard and

Ashmole

Holand, Sir John


lets in

bore, at
;

the

battle of

*Hoghton, Richard de
;

(E. i. Roll) bore, sable, three bars argent; Arundel, Surrey and Rolls. Jenyns' JOHN (E. I.) differenced with a mullet sable Another Jenyns' Roll. RICHARD differenced with a label (3) gules
;

Boroughbridge 1322, gules, two bars, the martbordure argent (F. generally blasoned
)

and

tricked six martlets 3, 2, I argent, see This coat is wrongly ascribed to Sir THOMAS BEXGHAM in the Ashmole MS.

next blason.

Surrey Roll.

Hoghton, Sir Robert


Notts (E. III. humettge argent
;

Holande, Sir
(or

of Roll) bore, azure, three bars

HOUGHTON),

Ashmole

(E. in. Roll) bore, argent, two bars and nine martlets in orle, Ashmole Roll. 4, 2, 3 gules
;

Hugh

Roll.

Holand v. Holland. an Essex? Holbech


(

Hollingshed, Sir
bore,

),

Kt.

bore,

argent,
Roll.

chevron

(H. vi. Roll) engrailed sable

argent on a cross sable a mullet or Parliamentary Roll.


Roll)

Hugh

de

(E.

n. Roll)
;

Arundel

Holme, John,
bore,
or,

of North Holme (E. n. three fleurs-de-lys azure

Holebrooke,
;

de, a Suffolk Kt. (E. II. Roll) bore, or crusily and a chevron and Ashmole Rolls asgules Parliamentary cribedalso to RICHARD in Arden andSt. George Rolls same as THOMAS DE BRO.KEHOLE in
Sr.
( )
;

Jenyns' Roll.

Holteby, Sir Henry de,


(E.
II.
;

of Lincolnshire -

Roll) bore, azure, fretty argent, a chief of the last Parliamentary Roll.

Glover Roll.

Hondesacre, Rafe
bore, at the battle
;

(E.

in.)

and

William

Holewell, Sire Walter

of Boroughbridge 1322, ermine, on a bend gules three crescents or.

(H. III. Roll) bore, ermine, three chess-rooks 2 and i gules (F. ) Jenyns', Arden, and St.

George

Rolls.
,

(Holester)
Harleian Roll
;

(E.

I.

);

bore, or, a cross gules;

Honford,
estoile argent
;

(E.

iv.

OLWESTER

or

OLUNSTER.
iv.
;

with crest

Roll) bore, sable, Ballard Roll.


;

an

Holford, Sir George

(E.

argent, a greyhound passant sable Ballard Roll.

Roll) bore, with crest


;

Honywood, Edmund
Hen.
III.

de, of Postling, argent, a chevron between three hawks' heads erased azure. Shirley. ] F.
bore,
fess

Holgomb, John de
Roll) bore, or,

(?

HOLCOMBE)

(R. n.

Hoo,
a

on a bend sable three mullets

St. John (E. III. Roll) bore, gules, on indented argent two mullets pierced
;

argent

Surrey Roll.
v.

sable

Ashmole

Roll.

Holland

Holland, Sire

bore, at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322, azure, semfe of escallops and a lyon rampant gardant, argent. F.
(E. in.

Hoyland. Richard de

Hoo, Sir Robert


Parliamentary Roll.

bore, quarterly argent

de, of Beds (E. n. Roll) and sable a bend gules


;

IJOICE,

Hoo, Robert
of
quarterly sable

de

(H.

in.

Roll)

bore,
;

Widow

and a lyon rampant Jenyns' Ordinary. Holland, Thomas, K.G. 1376, a founder, Earl of Kent (1381) bore, England within a bordure argent. Seal 1371 represented without the bordure in the Monumental Brass to
sable, seme'e of escallops
;

Holland, Richard
argent

Roll)

bore,

JOHN TIPTOFT, daughter EDWARD CHARLETON, LORD Powis.


BRASS
IN

of Sir

Arden and

St.

and argent, a bendlet or George Rolls.

Hoo, Thomas
Hoo

MON.

ENFIELD

CHURCH,

MIDDLESEX, OB. 1446.


After Boutell.

and de (E. n. Roll) bore, quarterly argent and sable (F. ) and To Rolls. MOUNSVER Surrey Tenyns' (Sir THOMAS) the reverse are ascribed at borne also by the siege of Rouen 1418 THOMAS, Lord Hoo and HASTINGS, K.G.
;

William

JOICE,

Lady TIPTOFT.

1445

K. 402

fo. 27.

Holland, John,

K.G. 1381, Earl [of Holland, Duke of Exeter 1443-7 bore, England within a bordure azure florettee or Surrey Roll.
;

Arms of Holland and

Charleton.

Hookes, Sir William,


;

of Yorkshire (E. n. Roll) bore, azure, a fess between three tieursde-lys or Parliamentary Roll.

acre

H4

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF

AK.IfS.

S OLA

VIRTUS INVICTA
(SHIELD
I.)

THE HERALDIC ATCHIEVEMENT


OF

HENRY FITZALAN HOWARD,


SHIELD
II.,

K.G.,
SHIELD

15x11

DUKE OF NORFOLK.

see

p. 60.

III., see p. 16.

THE NAMES OF THE QUARTERINGS


WITH REFERENCES TO

THE HERALDIC AUTHORITIES


It is

IN

THE BRITISH MUSEUM.


will,

hoped

that the letters in the second column,

which indicate the row of quartering* in the shield, facilitate reference to the achievement opposite.

with the accompanying numerals

NAMKS

SHIELD REFER-

Bl.AZONS

REFERENCES TO THF VARIOUS MSS.

AUGMENTATION

HOWARD

gules, on a bend between six crosses crosslet fitchee argent, and as an honorable augmentation an escocheon or, charged with a demi lyon rampant pierced through the mouth with an

Cotton, Julius C.
f-

vn.

FITTON
Bois

SCALES UFFORD'

DE VAI.OINES". BLOND TENDRING KERDESTON

.... .... ....

a 4

a5 a6 a?
a 8

the Royal tressure of Scotland ; granted to of Norfolk, K.G., "et heredibus suis"; for services at the battle of Flodden, I Feb., 1513-14 Blomefield's- -Norfolk, IX. 157 azure, three cinquefoyles argent ermine, a cross sable H. 1411, f. i" } gules, six escallops, 3, 2, i, argent H. 1411, ff. 50, 54 sable, a cross engrailed or argent, three palets wavy gules H. 1484, f. 50 or and sable

arrow, within

237 Lansdowne872,ff. 13,16 Harl. 1178, f. 45

Thomas,

1st

Duke

ag
1)

GANT
BACON MYLI E

b 2

MOWBRAY DE ALBINI
BEAUCHAMP
BRAOSE

.... .... ....


.

b4

bj b6
\>

MILBS, EARL OF HEREFORD

BALUN, OF ABERGAVENNY

NEWMARCH
SEGRAVE SEGRAVE

...

b8 bg
C
I

lozengy Add 19, 151, f. 143 H. 1047, f. 2O ' azure, a fess between two chevronels argent Add 19, 138, f. I4& gules, a saltire engrailed argent between four crosses crosslet fitchee of the last Add 19, 138, f. 154'' barry of six or and azure, a bend gules Add 19, 116, ft. 33- -65 and 118 gules, three boars passant or H. 1047, f. 26'' argent, a lyon rampant sable depressed by a fess counter-compony of the first and or H. 1411, f. i gules, a lyon rampant argent bendy of eight argent and gules quarterly or and gules a bend sable azure, crusily and a lyon rampant or > H. 1411, f. 4 gules, two bends the uppermost or the other argent argent, three bars dancettee gules
J-

....... .........
.

..... ......
1 .

........
.

CHAUCOMBE BROTHERTON
FlTZALAN FlTZFLAEL
CI.UN PEVEREI.L

DE
ST.

ALBINI

HILLARY

BI.UNDEVILLE, EARL OF CHESTER

.... .... .... .... .... ....


.

C 2

gules, five fusils conjoined in fess or sable, three garbs or


.

sable, a lyon rampant argent crowned or or, a chief azure, over all a bend gules

c6
c 7

England, and a label of three argent gules, a lyon rampant or H barry of eight or and gules

c8 eg
d i d 2

KEVELIOK, EARL OF CHESTER LUPUS, EARL OF CHESTER

argent, a chief azure or, a cross engrailed azure gules, a lyon rampant or argent, on a chief azure, two saltorelles or azure, three garbs or azure, six garbs, 3, 2, I, or
.

HAMLIN PLANTAOENET

WARREN
MARSHALL STRONGBOW' MACMORROGH
TILNEY

.... .... ....


.

d6 d?
d 8

d 9
e
I

azure, a wolfs head erased argent azure, florettee or, on a bordure gules eight lyons of England checquy or and azure. gules, five fusils in bend or argent on a chief azure three crosses patee fitchee at the foot or sable, three garbs or .

....... ....... ...... ...... ..... ...... ........ ....... ......... ........ ........ ...... ........ .......
. .

1'

H. 1411,

f.

53

H. 2188, H. 1411,
H. 807,
II.
f.

f. f.

43
53

73"
ff.

1411,

23",

43*

Edmondson's- -Baronagium, 361

H. 1411,

ff.

40, 43*

e 2 e 3
e 4

ROCHFORD
Roos

THORPE
ASPALL

NORWOOD
FlTZALAN
FlTZFl.AEL

CLUN
PEVERELL

DE
ST.

ALBINI

HILLARY

.... .... .... ....


. .

e$ e6 e?
e 8 e 9
f f
f
I

argent, a chevron between three griffins' heads erased gules quarterly or and gules, a bordure sable bezantee, in the second quarter an annulet for difference gules, three water-bougets argent gules, three crescents argent azure, three chevronels or ermine, a cross engrailed gules gules, a lyon rampant or 3 barry of eight or and gules argent, a chief azure or, a cross engrailed azure gules, a lyon rampant or argent, on a chief azure, two saltorelles or azure, three garbs or azure, six garbs, 3, 2, I, or

2
3

f
f

4
5

BLUNDEVILLE, EARL OF CHESTER KEVELIOK, EARL OF CHESTER. LUPUS, EARL OF CHESTER HAMLIN PLANTAGENET

6
8

f 7
f

WARREN
MARSHALL STRONGBOW MACMORROGH MATRAVERS WYDVILLE
'

LYONS OK WARKWORTH
S.

.... .... .... .... ....

Lis

S3 g4 gS g6 87

azure, a wolfs head erased argent azure, florettee or, on a bordure gules eight lyons of England checquy or and azure. gules, five fusils in bend or argent on a chief azure three crosses patee fitchee at the foot or sable, three garbs or sable, a fret or
. . .
.

argent, a fess and canton gules argent, a lyon rampant gules argent, two bars and in chief three fleurs-de-lys gules

...... ....... ....... ....... ........ ....... ........ ........ ...... ........ ....... .......... ....... .......
. .
. .

H. 1411, H. 4031, H. 1552,

f. f. f.
f.

68 238
189"

H. 1560,

139

H. 1411,

f.

43

Edmondson's- Baronagium, 361

\
H. 1411,
ff.

40, 43*

|-

H. 890,
H. 2156,

f.

f.

115"

Uffbrd is usually made to bring in Vesey and Glanville. They are, however, omitted from this achievement, as the late Chester Waters rejects the early pedigree of Ufford in his History of the Chesters of Chichele, vol. I. 244, 253. " Valoines, John de, married Isabel, apparently heir in her issue of John de Creke, Harl. 1393, f. 104, but doubt is rather thrown on this in Add. MS. 19, 125, ff. 165 and 169 the usual quarterings of Creke and Glanville are therefore omitted, see also Valoines in Add. MS. 19, 153, f. 80. This the Coat borne by Fit? Alan of Bedale is included on the authority of Glover, Somerset Herald, and others. 4 Strongbow brings in Giffard, Harl. MS. 1047, f. 44, see Shield II,
' ;
:1

n6

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

Hopeton

),

a Suffolk

Roll) bore, argent, Roll.

Knight a chevron azure

(H. VI.
;

Hotot, Sir John, of co.

Arundel

Hopton, Sir John

bore, at (or HAMPTON) the siege of Calais 1345-8, argent, a fesscountercompony or and azure between six martlets gules blasoned checquy.
(K. n. Roll) bore, argent,

Glouc. (E. n. Roll) bore, azure, on a chevron cotised or between three crescents argent, two bars gemelles of the first Parly. Roll chevron plain in Harl.
;

6137

fo. 26.

Hotot, Richard v. Hautot and Hoscott. Hotot, Sir William de, of co. Glouc.
(E. n. Roll) bore, azure, a chevron or, between three crescents argent Parliamentary Roll. F.
;

Hopton, Robert
pierced or
;

two bars sable each charged with three mullets


Jenyns' Roll.
F.

Houghton, Sir Robert,

Hopton, Walter
Roll)
Rolls.

bore, gules crusily


;

or (F. )
(E.

Arden,
Sir

St.

WALTER

de, of co. Glouc. (H. in. and a lyon rampant George, and Parliamentary
bore
it

of Notts (E. in. Roll) bore, azure, three bars humettee argent ; Ashmole Roll. STEPHEN DE HOUTON took up the cross in the last Crusade 1270. See also HOGHTON.
(H. in. Roll) bore, vert,
;

crusily

fitchee

III.),

Ashmole
(E.
II.

Roll. (or

Houn, Hervey de
Roll.

on a bend argent three escallops gules

Arden
bore,

Horbourne, Sir John


Yorkshire

HORBURY), of
Parliamentary Guillim and
;

tf-ue J-

and
Roll

Roll) bore, barry (8) argent


(F. );

Hournis, Gerard
;

(E.

in.

Roll)

azure, a
;

bend gules

Camden

barry of six and abendlet


Rolls.

argent, a lyon rampant gardant gules with a label (3) azure Ashmole Roll

another

surname

almost

illegible.

Hore, John

bore, at the siege of Rouen 1418, sable, three cinquefoyles argent pierced F. gules.

Hovell, Sir

Robert and Sir Robert

(H. in. Roll) bore, sable, a cross or; Arden, Parly, and St. George Rolls. Sir STEVEN, also of Suffolk, bore it at

Hugh,

of Suffolk,

Richard,

Horkesley, Sir William,


tary Roll.

of Essex, Kt. (E. II. Roll) bore, ermine, on a chief indented azure three lyonceux rampant or Parliamen;

with a label

the first Dunstable tournament 1308, differenced (3) argent (F. ) in Parly. Roll.

Hovile,
and
St.

Horne, Gerard, v. Hournis. Horne, Sir John de, of Sussex


Roll) bore, Roll.
gules, a fret vair
;

(H. in. Roll) bore, argent, a bend azure, a label (5) gules. Arden (F. )

Hugh

George

Rolls.

(E.

n.

Hovile, Sir John


stable

bore, at the
F.

first

Dun-

Parliamentary
(H. vi. Roll)

tournament 1308, quarterly or and gules,

a martlet of the second.


),

Horne

an Essex

Knight

Howard,

bore, gules, three bugle horns sable, another impaling, gules, crusily fitchee and three crescents argent Arundel Roll.
;

JHornes, William de
argent,

(H. in. Roll) bore, three hunting horns in pale gules


(F.)

n. (E. Roll) bore, gules, crusily and a bend argent Parliamentary Roll. Sir WILLIAM bore it at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322 (F. ), tricked Arden crusily fitchee in the Ashmolean MS. and St. George Rolls (F. ) in Arundel Roll
;

Sir John,

of Norfolk

garnished sable.
horses'

Dering

Roll.

Horsley, Robert
Jenyns' Roll.

(E. n.) bore, gules, three

heads erased argent


(R.

bridled

sable

Horsele, Robert de
sable, three cinquefoyles 2

H.
i

and

Surrey Roll and Jenyns' Ordinary.

Roll) bore, pierced argent

Jenyns' Ordinary. "Howard, Sir William bore (1297) gules, crusily fitchee and a bend argent Nobility Roll his son, Sir WILLIAM, bore it also at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322 Ashmole MS., as before mentioned. Sir JOHN, Admiral of the North fleete, bore it at the siege of Calais 1345-8 (F.) Surrey Roll, Jenyns' Roll
;

WILLIAM

in

Hoscarle, Sir Thomas


;

(E. in. Roll) bore, azure, three battle axes erect argent Ashmole Roll see HUKSTAL surname doubtful.
;

Hoscott, Sir Robert de,


<E.
II.

of Bedfordshire
;

Roll) bore, azure, a cross patee ermine between four roses gules ; (tricked patonce) Parliamentary Roll; a cross patee argent, Guillim Roll and a cross formed argent Surrey Roll.
; ;

and Ordinary (borne also by HUNTINGFIELD). See JOHN. Lord Howard, K.G. 1472, after Duke of Norfolk, on title page. This coat appears in the Ashmole Roll differenced with a fleurand azure, de-lys apparently with an ermine spot on the bend in Harl. MS. 1481 fo. 83.

Hoyland, Sir William


(E.
II.

de, of Lancashire
;

Roll) bore, sable, a -cross patonce or Parliamentary Roll.

Huband, Henry

(H. in. Roll) bore, sable

Hose, Nichole de la
(H.
2
III.

(HESF. or

HEUSE)
F.

three fleurs-de-lys argent. (F.) St.

George

Roll.

Roll)

and

gules

Arden and Howard

bore, argent, three (men's) hose


Rolls.

Hoter, Thomas
(12)

ermine and gules; Arden Roll.

(H. in. Roll) bore, gyronny


(E. in. Roll) bore, or,

Hotham, John de

on a bend sable three mullets argent pierced


gules (F.), being the arms of DE M.U'LKY with three mullets on the bend Jenyns' Ordy. Sir JOHN differenced it with a martlet gules, at the battle of Boronghbridge 1^22.
;

'Hotham. John,
bore,

of Boudlay
;

(E.

in.

Roll;

burulee (12) argent and azure, on a canton or a martlet sable Jenyns' Ordinary.

Hotote

(-

),aSuffolkKt.

(H. VI. Roll)bore,


;

azure, a cross moline argent

Arundel Roll.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

117

of

fofiffov

It

does seem rather hard that a


person

who

should lose his head for using arms fabulously ascribed to a never bore arms those of Edward the Confessor.

man

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

Huckford, Sir Walter de (HUKEKORD),


of Gloucestershire (E. II. Roll) bore, or, an eagle displayed sable, collared argent Parliamentary Roll.
;

Hunte, Sir Oswald,


Roll) bore,

per pale argent


;

Kt. banneret (H. vi. and sable a saltire


Roll.

counterchanged

Anmdel

Huntercombe, Sir Walter,


baron 1295, sealed the Barons'

Hudehovile, John de
St.

(H. in. Roll) bore, per pale or and azure a saltire counterchanged. Roll. See HUNTE. George

*Hudleston, Sir John de,

banneret, sealed the Barons' letter to the Pope 1301. pp. xxi, xxiv. He bore, at the battle of Falkirk 1298. and at the siege of Carlaverock 1300, gules,

banneret, a to the He bore, at the Pope 1301, pp. xix, xxiv. battle of Falkirk 1298, and at the siege of Carlaverock 1300, ermine twogemelles gules. (F. ) Nobility, Arundel and Parliamentary Rolls ascribed to RAUF in St. George Roll. WILLIAM took up the cross in the last Crusade 1270.
letter

Huntercombe, Gerard
HONDERCOMBE,
rightly

de, of Loreyne
See SCOTT.

fretty (6)

Arundel, Parliamentary ) and Guillim Rolls a fret for JOHN, in Surrey Roll. JOHN DK KOKESALTON bore the reverse
argent. (F.
;

GONDRONVILLE.
de, of Bradenham,

Arden

Roll.

Huntingdon, Earl of. Huntingfield, Roger


1301, pp. xxi, xxiv. fess gules three plates

a baron 1297, sealed the Barons'

Hudleston, Sir

bore, at the first Dunstable tournament 1308, and at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322, gules, fretty argent, a label (3) azure Nativity Roll (in which RICHARD occurs without the label). Also ascribed to Sir RICHARD in the Parliamentary and Ashmole Rolls, and to Sir RICHARD, THE NEPHEW, also in Parliamentary Roll -the label is sometimes tricked or.
;

Adam

letter to the bore, or, on a Sir Nobility Roll. WILLIAM, banneret, (F.) bore the same; Arundel and Rolls. other Parliamentary,

Pope

He

Huntingfield, Sir Piers de,


(E.
II.

bordure sable

of Roll) bore, quarterly or and Roll. Parliamentary


;

Kent
gules a

jHuntingfield, Peres de

Hudleston, Sir
,

Adam

de

(E.

n.

Roll)

bore, gules, fretty argent, a bordure indented or Parliamentary Roll.

(H. in. Roll) bore, quarterly or and gules, a label (5) sable Howard Roll on each pendant three plates besants in Ashmole Roll. (F. Dering Roll
;

Huntingfield, Sir Walter,


(E.
II.

of

Herts

Hugarde, Andrew, of Danemarke HUGH GARD


MS. 6589
fo. 37.

(E. in. Roll) bore, azure, a sun argent ; Jenyns' Roll. Harl. bore, azure a sun or
;

gules, on a bend three lyonceux passant sable. (F. ) Parliamentary Roll. Ascribed also to JOHN in Jenyns' Roll and

Roll)

bore,

Ordinary.

WILLIAM

took up the cross 1270.

See OGARD.

tHuntingfleld, Gael, Sael,

Hugford, "William de
Arden and
St.

(H. in. Roll) bore, azure, three bucks' heads cabossed or. (F.)

or Saer de (H. in. Roll) bore, gules, crusily fitchee and a bend argent. (F. ) Dering, Howard, and St. George Rolls. Same arms as HOWARD.
(E.
i.)
;

George

Rolls.

Huntingfield, Sir William de


(or

Hugford, William de

HUNGERFORD)

bore, argent, crusily

(8,

13)

and a bend gules


iv.

(E. n. Roll) bore, azure, three palmes (? quills in trick) 2 and i or. (F.) Jenyns' Roll.

Holland

Roll.

Hurleton, William
four ermine spots in

(E.

Roll)
)

cross

{F.

with

bore, crest;

tHugham, Robert de

(H. in. Roll) bore, argent, five chevronels sable. (F. ) Dering six in Ashmole Roll; MS., four in Howard Roll, are ascribed to ROBERT DE HI/HAM.
K.G.

Ballard Roll.

Hurstal, William
HOSCARLE
in

(H. in. Roll) bore, St. azure, three axes argent. (F. ) George and Arden Rolls ascribed to Sir THOMA
.

Hull, Sir Edward,


<

Ashmole

Roll.

(H.

vi.)

bore,

argent three crosses crosslet fitchee in bend azure between two bendlets gules K. 402,
;

Hussey, Henry de,


bore,

35-

Hulle, John de

(H. in. Roll) bore, azure,


(F.)

an eagle displayed argent. St. George Rolls.

Arden and

of Sussex, baron 1295 ermine three bars gules Nobility, and Ashmole Rolls; ascribed Parliamentary to another HENRY (J) in the Dering Roll; tricked, barry (6) in Arden and Norfolk Rolls.
;

Hussey, Sir John

(of

Hants or

Wilts.),

Hulls, Sir

de, of Cambridgeshire (K. n. Roll) bore, azure an eagle displayed argent, a baston gules Parliamentary Roll.
;

Richard

06-

n-MH-am ftrri
. 'TO

knighted at the capitulation of Calais 1348 Ascribed also to bore, or, a cross vert. (F.) Sir ROGER in Ashmole Roll another Sir 01 IN (E. n.) differenced with a label (3) gules Parliamentary Roll and Jenyns' Ordinary.
1 ;

*[Hulton, Richard de
argent, a lyon

rampant

(32 gules.

E.

i.)

bore,
F.

Shirley. ]
i.

Hussee, John de la
Allies,

(E. in.

Roll) -bore,

-.

..

w w
n^

Hundescote, Sire de
ermine, a bordure gules.
(F.)
K.C;.

(E.

Camden
,

Roll) bore, Roll.

a fess between two chevronels ermine; Jenyns' Ordinary.

Hutton, William,

Hungerford, Walter,
TO*

bore, at the siege of Rouen bars argent, in chief three plates, quarterly with, per pale dancettee gules and vert a chevron or (F.) tricked in the Ashmole M.S., gules, achevTon and in chief a dancettee (3) argent the paternal coat in Jenyns' Ordinary. Sir !'.. with his proper difference (unnamed) and Sir R. with a lain;! (5) in Atkinson Roll. HUNr.i.kioKD. THE BASTARD, slain at the siege of Calais 1345-8. bore, barry (6) sable and argent, in chief three plates.

a baron 1426 1418, sable, two

of the Forest --(E. n. bore, gules, a fess sable between three Roll) cushions tasselled argent Jenyns' Roll.
;

[Huyshe, John de
on a bend Shirley.
J

cent. ), bore, argent, ( 131)1 .sable three lucies naiant of the first. F.
,

Hyde
gules,

a Knight (H. vi. Roll) bore, a saltire engrailed or, a chief ermine
Roll.
,

Arundel

Hyde

(K.

iv.

Roll)

tore,
;

azure,

elusion between three lozenges or


Ballard Roll.

with crest;

of

Ibunter^Weston of Ibunterston, Hvrsbire,


NORMAN THE HUNTER,
to
circa 1080-1165.

AYLMER DE LA HUNTAR,
Edward
I.

of the County of Ayr, one of the "Magnates Scotiae" who signed the submission of England, 1296, when the Scottish succession was in dispute between Bruce and Baliol.

WILLIAM HUNTER,
all

" of Arneil, or Ardneil, obtained a Crown charter from K. Robert n. 2 May, 1374, of that land of Arnele which had been held by Andre Cambell militis'" died about 1436.
' ;

WILLIAM HUNTER,

laird of Arnele-Huntar, paid on his entry to the estate 1447, eleven years' arrears of blench duty, in addition to double entry money infeft in his estate 1447, and in Hielies in the Barony of Dairy 1452. Custos or hereditary Keeper of the Forest of the Little Cumray (1453), an island, then a royal forest died about 1454.

JOHN, Hereditary forester on the death of his brother, had son ARCHIBALD, 1465.

ARCHIBALD HUNTAR,
of age, 1456
I

of Arnele-Huntar, infeft in his estate ob. 1487.

on coming = MARGARET, dau. of William Ker, of Kersland mar. before 1462.


| ;

laird

JOHN HUNTAR,
of ABBOT ANDREW HUNTER, Lord High Treasurer of Scotland, 1449-53, found in Melrose Abbey, carved at the base of a niche on the fifth buttress from the south transept of Melrose Abbey. Two abbots croziers in saltire between a rose in chief and three bugle horns 2 in fess, that in base resting on amell a device for Melrose. Two remaining characters on the shield have been identified as A. H.

The Arms

that

ilk,
;

Hereditary
at

of Huntarstone (so styled in sasine 9 Apl. 1511), or of = foj-ester of Little Cumray, his fee twenty shillings,
|

MARGARET,

1461

fell

Flodden 9 Sept. 1513.

dau. of John, 2nd Lord Cathcart, by Margaret, dau. of Sir William Douglas, of Drumlanrig.

ROBERT HUNTAR, of Huntarston, or of that ilk, under age at the death of his father. =JONET, dau. of John MontThe King granted him the ile of Cumray by charter, 31 May, 1527, and which was gomerie, of Giffen, and confirmed 12 Nov. 1534 he however sold it shortly after to the Earl of Eglintoun widow of John Craufurd,
I

obtained a charter 25 Feb. 1535, of the lands of Annanhill, within the lordship of Roberton and bailliary of Cuninghame, confirmed by Royal charters 16 March died 1546. following and i Jany. 1541 acquired the lands of Campbeltown
;

of

Craufurdland

died

1547-

KENTIGERN,
;

or

MUNGO HUNTAR,
;

of Easter Arneil, infeft

1537,

at the faith 1546 died at the battle of Pinkiescleulh," 10 Sept. 1547.

Huntarstone 8 May, 1546 "

Dumbarton with the Army of the King, and peace of Queen Mary, under her standard
at

and of = MARION, dau. of James Hamilton, of Torrance, co. Lanark, and she in possession of the tower, fortalice and manor place of Hunterston for upwards of 48 years;
I

ISOBEL, mar. to John Crauford, of Giffordland, who


fell

at the battle of Pinkie,

living 1594.

'547-

ROBERT HUNTAR,

of Huntarstoune, or of that ilk, an infant at the death of his father, one of = those Ayrshire gentlemen who subscribed the Principal Band in defence of the reformed religion, Obtained a Crown charter, of South Games, now the town of Milport, in the 4 Sept. 1562. island of Gt. Cumbrae, 29 Nov. 1578 died 1580.
;

MARGARET,

dau. of Thomas Craufurd, of Auchinames. She re-mar, to John Stewart, burgess, of Glasgow.

JOHN HUNTAR,

tutor,

of

Huntarstoun, m. Lindsay.

Janet

ROBERT HUNTER,
Games,
charter
in

his father's death,

of
;

alice," &c.

of Huntarstown, under age at = had a Royal charter of South Bute, 1580, and in 1609 a Royal Arneil-Huntar, with "tower fortdied s.p. May 1616.

MARGARET,
of Patrick Peibles, of

dau.

JEAN,
1608, Alex.

m.
to

(2nd)

= i. REV. ROBERT CUNNINGHAME,


minister of Barnwell, isthusband.

MARION, m.

to

Robert Peibles, a

baillie of Irvine,

who

Rev.

died 16 Sept. 1605.

Scrym-

Broomlands.

geour, minister
at Irvine.

KATHERINE, m. (ist) to Hugh Garven, of Irvine, who died 29 June, 1607, and (2nd?) 4 May, 1616, to Robert Cunninghame, of Auchinharvie.
I

JEAN CUNINGHAME, = PATRICK HUNTER,


elder dau.
heir.

and

co-

laird of Hunterstone, by devise of Robert 27 Sept. 1611, son of William, of Beneberrie Yairds, co. Ayr, by his wife Marion Hamilton died 1665, aged 74 epitaphs in Latin and English.

CATHERINE = ROBERT
died before
1613.

CUNINGHAME,

of

Auchinharvie husband also of Catherine's aunt.

KATHERINE. MARION.

ROBERT HUNTER,
terstone,

laird of

entered
July,

Hun- = i. ELIXABETH, dau. of Patrick Craufurd, of Auchinames. Glasgow


;

HENRY, a

College 27 Dec. 1679.

1627

died

= 2. MARION,

eldest

dau.

of

minister of the Church of Scotland, laureated in GlasUniversity 1650, settled at


in

FRANCIS, said to be ancestor of Hunter of Long Calderwood.

James Cuninghame, of

Aiket.

?ow )romore
1661
;

Ireland,

ejected

died unmar. 1673.

PATRICK HUNTER,
of

laird

Hunterston,
;'.

Langmuir,
1699.

u.

and of died in

120

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

The Camp at Hastings.

Tidings of Harold brought

to

William.

house

is

burnt.

After the Bayeux Tapestry.

I
Ichingham,
Rouen

K
Mnglethorpe, John
(H.
in.

le Sire bore, at the siege of See 1418, azure, fretty argent. (F.)

Roll)

bore,
Roll.

gules a saltire engrailed or.

(F.)

Arden

ECHINGHAM.
Idle, Sire John del bore, at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322, gules crusily and a lyon passant argent not gardant in Ashmole MS.
;

Ingham, Robert
on a
fess

(E. in. Roll) bore, ermine,

gules three

escallops or

Jenyns'

Ordinary.
pale or

Perhaps INGRAM.
vert,

Ingham, Oliver de,


and
Ordinary.

Idle, Sire

del, banneret bore, at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322, or, a fess between two chevrons sable and with the chev;

Robert

a baron 1328 bore, per a cross moline gules Jenyns'


;

rons gules, ascribed to

Same
Idle,
or,

as

ROBERT in Camden JOHN and ROBERT DE LISLE.


del
(F.

Ingleby, John de-(E.


an
estoile argent
;

n. Roll) bore, sable

Roll.

Jenyns' Roll.
v.

Count Vernon

(E.
)

i.

a lyon rampant azure. See ISLE.

Camden

Roll) bore,
Roll.

Inglish and Inglosse Englosse.

English and

Inglows, Henry

Idle, Sire

GERARD DE
Ilderton,

del, banneret bore, at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322, gules, a lyon passant (gardant) argent, crowned or (F.) not gardant in the Ashmole copy. Same as
;

Warin

n. Roll) bore, (R. quarterly or and azure in the first quarter a Roll. lyon rampant sable. Surrey
(E. n. Roll) bore, ermine on gules three escallops argent Jenyns' bore the escallops or Grimaldi Roll and Jenyns' Ordinary.

Ingram, John
a
fess Roll.

L'IsLE.

ROBERT
v.

(E. in. Roll) bore, argent, three water-bougets sable; Jenyns' Ordinary.

John

Insula
Ipre
v.

de Insula.

Ypre.
(R.

Illey, Sir

Roll) bore, gules, an eagle displayed or, a baston azure Parliamentary Roll. WILLIAM took up the cross in the last Crusade
;

Philip de, of Lincolnshire-(E.


1270.

n.

Irby,

John de

n.

Roll) bore,
last
;

argent,

fretty sable,

a quarter of the
of

Surrey Roll.
(E. n.

Irby, Sir Thomas,


gules a cinquefoyle or

Cumberland

Illey, John de-(E. in. Roll) bore, ermine two chevrons sable. (F.) Ashmole Roll. Same
as Sir JOHN

Roll) bore, argent, fretty sable,


;

on a canton

Parliamentary Roll.
(E. iv. Roll) bore,
2,
i,

DE LISLE.

Ireland, John, of Hutt


in. Roll) bore, in chief three

Ilsley, Sir Robert de-(E. or, two gemelles sable and


ogresses
;

gules, six fleurs-de-lys 3, crest ; Ballard Roll.

argent

with

Ashmole

Roll.

Jlrie, Maheu de (H. in. Roll) bore, argent a bend azure Dering Roll.
;

Imberd, William

in. Roll) bore, azure, three fleurs-de-lys 2 and i argent. Arden and St. George Rolls these names are usually reversed, and the surname written Gu.

or

Guy-(H.

[Irton,

de, 1292 bore, argent, a fess sable in chief three mullet gules. Shirley. ] F.
2 R. n.
F.
fess

Roger

"flsham, Robert de,


and
the centre argent.

bore, gules, a
in

in chief three piles

wavy meeting

Incule Nichol de-(H. on

Shirley. ]

a chief azure three lyonceux ram pant argent. (K) Arden and St. George Rolls; same as DF.MKNM:. See also LISLEV.
re, or, a chevron vert Ashmole, mentary and Nobility Rolls.
;

in. Roll) bore, or,

Inge, Sir William,

of Beds.-(F.. n.

Roll) Parlia-

Inglefleld

v.

Englefield.

Jtaglethorpe, John,
I

of Norfolk-IE, n bore, gules a cross engrailed argent Parliamentary, Ashmole and Surrey Rolls Sir erenced with a Iab el (3) or, at the \ hatT' f 5 a g Knight (H. vi. Roll bore gules,' a crosi engrailed ermine, an annulet argent Arundel Roll.
';

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

121

-t-

Iskynsall, fess
;

(F..

in.

Roll)

bore,

or,

Kene

between two chevronels gules, a canton ermine Ashmole Roll.

Isle,

Earl of the, Baldwin; EARL or DEVON or EXETER and LORD OF THE ISLE OF
(E.
I.
;

WIGHT
azure

Segar and

VERNON and Islip, William, Keeper


bore,

WARREN DEL

Roll) bore, or a lyon rampant See also St. George Rolls.

of Essex ? Knight (H. vi. Roll) bore, ermine a cross Horettr'e sable, quarterly with, azure, on a fess between two chevronels or three eaglets displayed gules Arundel Roll. ROBERT I.E KEN, took up the cross in the last Crusade 1270.
( )
;

IDLE.

Kenney, Alexander de
)
;

of the r r ivy Seal at the siege of Calais 1345-8 ermine, a three weasels passant fess engrailed between F. gules.

(H. in. Roll) bore, quarterly or and gules a label (5) sable St. Roll. Ijezanty (F. George

Kermings, Sir John,


;

of Norfolk

(K.

u.

Roll) bore, azure, a fess engrailed three escallops argent Parly. Roll.

between

*[Jenney,

Edmund,
cotised or.

<:

1400 -bore, ermine, a


Shirley.
(E.
]
i.

bend gules

F.

Kenette, Pers de

Jerkavile,

Davy de
)

Roll)

bore,

(H. in. Roll) gules, three talbots-on-the-scent argent Roll.

bore,

Arden

quarterly or and azure in the first quarter a Camden Roll (F. lyon rampant gules.
called GERIOMVII.E in Howard Roil. also MARCONVILE in Dering Roll.

Kent, Earl of HUBERT DE BURGH


;

See
vi.

1227-43 bore, lozengy vel masculy vair and gules Grimaldi and Parly. Rolls reversed in Arden
;

Jermyn, Sir John, of Suffolk,


Roll) bore, argent, a lyon Arundel Roll. gules
;

Kt.

-(H.

and Nobility

Rolls.

rampant gardant

Kent, Earl
bore, 1321, Parly. Roll

of,

EDMUND

of

Woodstock;

E. i.) bore, *[Jerningham dexter argent, three buckles, tongues to the

Sir Walter, (22


F.
(or Jos)

Kngland within a bordure argent and Jenyns' Ordinary borne also by HOLLAND, Earl of Kent; Surrey Roll.
;

gules.

Shirley. ]

*Kent, Thomas de
a fess gules (F.)
;

Joce, Sir
displayed
gules.

John
sable
Sir

bore, at the

first

(H.ui Roll) bore, argent, Dering and Howard Rolls.


(R. n. Roll) bore, gules,

Dunstable tournament" 1308 argent, an eagle


(F.)

a bendlet gobony or and JOHN, of Middlesex (E. II.)


;

Kentwode, John
three roses ermine
;

Surrey Roll.
of Norfolk,

Jocelyn, Thomas,
Shirley.]

Parliamentary Roll. (isE. i.) -bore, azure, a circular wreath argent and sable with four hawks' bells affixed in quadrature or. bore the baston gules
F.
(or

Kerdeston, Sir William de,


Parly.

knighted at the capitulation of Calais 1348 bore, gules, a saltire engrniled argent (K.);
Roll
in Arden and Norfolk Rolls and Sir ROGER differenced with Jenyns' Ordinary a label (3) or Parly, and Ashmole Rolls.
;

and WILLIAM

ascribed also to JOHN,

FOUKE,

John, Lewis
Jorce,

JONES), an Essex Knight


;

(H. vi. Roll) bore, sable, a chevron tretween Arundel Roll. three trefoyles argent

Kerdeston, John
a label besantee

John

(E.

in.

Roll) bore, per pale


1

-bore, at the second Dunstable tournament 1334, gules a saltire argent


(sic).

azure and gules, an eagle displaytd argent membered of the second Jenyns Ordinary.
;

Jorcee, Robert
on a bend
or. three

Kerdiff,
(E. in. Roll) bore, argent. (F. ) water-bougets azure.
in.

Paul de

-(H.

a fess or (F.) (St. George Roll) martlets (3, 3) or, in Arden Roll.

in. Roll) bore, azure, between six


;

Jenyns' Ordinary.

Jove, William le
argent,
Roll.

(H.

Roll)

bore,

Keyelioke, Hugh, KARL OF CHESTER


(K.

three Ivons

rampant sable; Howard


(?

or

in. Roll) bore, azure, six garbs 3, 2, i, Jenyns' Ordinary, but see BI.ONDEVIU.E..

Jumper, William
Roll)
;

bore, argent, a fess crescents gules Arden Roll.

INNI>ERE)-(H. in. between three

Kidesby, Sir William

-bore, at the siege of Calais 1345-8, sable, a fess or, between two chevrons argent. K.

Justine,
barry teaux
(6)
;

de (H. in. Roll) bore, argent and azure, in chief three torRoll.

Adam

Kidley,
Roll.

Arden

IKYDELEY) (R. n. Roll) bore, sable, a saltire embattled argent Surrey


;

Thomas

Kekitmore, Piers de
gules, three text
.S".t

(E in. Roll) bore,


i

2 and

or

Arden

Roll.

Kighley, Sir
Ordinary.

'"Kelly, Sir John,


F.

bo^e, argent, (44 E. in.) a chevron between three billets gules Shirley. J
;

(KEIGHI.EY) (E. iv. with crest Roll) bore, argent, a fess sable Ballard Roll; ascribed to WILLIAM in Jenyns'

Henry

Kendale, Sir

de, of the North IE. n. Roll) bore, argent, a bend vert cotised gules, all dancettge Parly. Roll cotises vert, in Glover Roll.
;

Edmonde

Kendale, Sir Robert de,


at the first

of Herts.
;

bore,

Dunstable tournament 1308, argent,

a bend vert, a label (3), Parly. Roll EDWARD, tore it at the second Uunstable tournament 1334. (K.) Ascribed also to RICHARD in Jenyns'
Ordinary.

Kendale, Robert
Roll.
!

(R. u.

Roll) argent,
;

on

a bend azure three mullets pierced or

Surrey

["Kendall,

bore, Richard, 43 E. in. argent, a chevron between three dolphins F. naiant embowed sable. Shirley.]

122

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

W
Kildare, Earl of
-1
<

7^1

re,

argent,

saltirc

Kirktott, William de (KIRKTOI-T)


at
)

bore,

gules; Jenyns' Ordinary.

See FITZGERALD.

Kilkelely

: Milkeley. Killom, Aleyn de-(K.

the second Dunstable tournament 1334, - ascriljed also to Sir masculy or and sable (K. KlRKKTOTT, knighted at the capitulation

in. Roll) bore, azure, three covered cups or same asAl.i.AYN H( IT.I.ER Grimalcli Roll and Jenyns' Ordi> ;

of Calais 1348.

Kirktot, Sir William,


(E. n.
;

nary.

of Suffolk, Kt. Roll) bore, azure, on a cross argent five escallops gules Parliamentary Roll.
(E. in.)
]

Kimbe, William de
Roll)

bore,
;

or,

(H. in. a chevron gules, a bordure

IKVMHAI.L)

Knatchbull, John
two
cotises or.
),

bore,

azure,

three crosses crosslet fitchee in


Shirley.
K.

sable

Glover Roll.

bend between

Kinardsley, Sir Hugh de, of Salop (K. II. Roll) and RICHARD (H. in. Roll) bore,
azure, crusily and a lyon rampant argent (F. Parly, and St. George Rolls.
);

Knevet(

an Essex Knight --(H. vi. Roll) a bend engrailed gulos, quarterly with, argent three inescocheons each charged with a lyon rampant gules Arundel Roll.
bore, argent,
;

Kingesmede, Sir Walter


*
L

(E. n. Roll) bore, barry (8) l>end argent three escallops gules

de, of Salop or and azure, on a


;

"[Knightley, Sir Robert de


30 E.
(6)
I.

(KNVTI.I.KV).

Parly. Roll.

or and gules.

bore, ermine, quarterly with, paly K. Shirley.]


in. Roll) bore, argent, Jenyns' Ordinary.

Kingseote, Nigell de,

bore, argent, nine (perhaps 10) escallops shells sable, on a canton gules a mullet pierced or; Shirley.] K.
i.

K.

Knolle, Ellis de-(K.


a b^nd cotised sable
;

Kingston, John,

D'N'S

DE KINCKSTON,

Knolles, Robert,
gules,
field
;

K.r,.-(K. n. Roll) bore,

sealed the Harons' letter to the Pope 1301 with a lyon rampant tail fourchee, pp. x.xii, xxiv. Another JOHN bore, at the second Dunstable tournament 1334, sable a lyon rampant tail fourchee or ascribed also to Sir JOHN, banneret, and to THOMAS, in Arundel and Sir NICHOLAS, of Yorkshire, Parly. Rolls. differenced with a label (3) gules, and Sir JOHN with a label (3) argent, Sir WALTER, also of Yorkshire, differenced with a baston sable
;

on a chevron argent three roses of the Surrey and Jenyns' Rolls. K. 399, fo. 20.
a

Knovill, Sir Bogo,

baron 1205-bore,
;

argent, three spur-rowells gules Nobility Roll. Sealed the Barons' letter to the Pope 1301, differenced with a label of three, pp. .xx, .xxiv

no label in Dering and Ashmole (reversed Rolls - gules, three mullets or pierced vert in
Cotgrave
Roll).
,

Parly. Roll.

See KYNASTON.

Kirham, Nichol

(or WILL) Roll) bore, argent three lyonceux Arclen gules, a bordure sable (K.) George Rolls.
;

de

(H. in.

rampant and St.

Sir GILBERT, of co. Glouc. also bore argent, three spur-rowells gules Arclen. Dering and Howard Rolls. Another Houo, BOCKS, or HEVIS differenced with a label (5) azure (F.); Howard and Camden Rolls and Sir JOHN, of
; ;

co. Glouc. (/SirGn.BKRTaforesaid)dirferenced with a label (3) azure at the first Dunstable

Kiriell

v.

Criol.

tournament 1308

Parly. Roll.

Kirkan, Piers (KERKAN)


Ordinary.

(K. n. Roll) bore, argent, three "clete" leaves vert (F.) Jenyns'
;

Knovill, Bogo,
Jenyns' Rolls.

Boege, or Beges IH. in. Roll) b;jre, gules; six spur-rowells of, a label (3, 5) azure Arden, St. George and
;

or

Kirkbride,
vert,

Thomas

(K.

in.

a cross engrailed argent,


;

Roll) bore, tricked the

Knoville,
gules,

Thomas

-(K.

in.

Roll)
;

bore,

reverse

Jenyns' Ordinary.
at

three

Kirkbride, Sir Richard,


bore,

of Cumberland the siege of Carlaverock 1300, argent, a saltire engrailed vert Parly. Roll a cross in NICOLAS.
;

Ordinary

w ater-bougets ermine Jenyns' borne also by JAMES Roos.

Kokesalton, John de
LKSTON.

(H. in. Roll) bore, See HUDargent fretty gules; Arden Roll.

Xirkby, Sir
(K.
ill.
;

John

and

Richard de

Roll) bore, argent 2 bars gules on a canton of the last a cross moline (recercelee) or Ashmole and Surrey Rolls.

Kymball r. Kimbe. Kyme, Philip de, banneret,

-cone-

Kirkby, Richard de
;

(K.

n.

Roll) bore,

argent a fess et demy (2 bars) sable, on a quarter of the last a fer-de-moulin of the second Jenyns' Roll.

Kirkland, William
Roll)

lor

RICHARD)

(K. in.

bore,
1

argent,

three gemelles
a

Segar Rolls, and to Sir WILLIAM (K. n.) Parly, and Arundel Rolls - the crosses crosslet are omitted from the blason of the Howard Roll.

a b.iron 1295 sealed the Karons' letter to the Pope 1301, pp. xviii, xxiv, and Lore, at the siege of Carlaverock 1300, gules crusily and" a chevron or Ashmole and Dering Rolls -ascrilxjd also to Sir SIMOX, of Lincolnshire (K. n.) Parly, and
;

sable

Jenyns Ord.

Kyme,

Kirkton, John de,

baron 1362 bore, at the second Dunstable tournament 1334, barry anil ermine gale* (F.) gules, three bars 'mine in Asaux.le Roll and Jenyns )rdinary.
;
1

Sir William de bore, at the first Dunstable tournament 1308 and at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322, gules, crusily and a chevron or, a label (3) argent. !!'. "a/ure in Nativity Roll.
i ;

Kirkton.
azure,
1

Rauf de
Inlinary.

(K.

in.

Kynaston, Sir John de,


sable,

IK.

n.)

Roll)
i

bore,

three
(

\\ater-bougets 2

and

lyon
(F.)

argent;

Shirley.]

fourcWe See also KuiGRTON. rampant


tail

-bore, or.

leiiyn*

de (H. in. Roll) bore, argent, six eaglets displayed 3, 2, i sable periDgand Howard Roll* -three eigle in St. George Roll, and *o ascribed to I' in Jenyns' Ordinary.
n,

Raufe

Kynes, Sir John - IK.


(6)

vair

and gules

in. Rolli bore, harry

Asiimo!,
K.<:. 1460 tore, or, K. 402, quarter gulis.

Kyriel, Sir Thomas,


two chevrons and fo. 48. See CKIOL.
a

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

The Battle of Hustings

the

Norman

horsemen

(unsuccessful!)') attack.

After the Bayeux Tapestry

L
Lacy, Henry de,
banneret, Earl of Lincoln 1257 -bore, at the battle of Falkirk 1298 and at the siege of Carlaverock 1300, or, a lycn

Lamplewe,

Sir

John

de, of Cumberland
;

rampant purpure (F.) Nobility and Parliamentary Rolls. JOHN, his grandfather, bore, quarterly or and gules, a baston sable, a label " (5) argent Leveyl escu de Nicol." See F.arls of LINCOLN.
;

(E. n. Roll) bore, or (argent in Glover Roll) a cross florettee at the points sable Parliamentary Roll (peculiarly tricked in Harl. MS. 4033 fo. 50) - ascribed also to ROUKKT (F. and THOMAS in Segar and Surrey Rolls.
)

Lamplogh, Thomas- -(E.


;

<1

Lae-i

Roll) and Sir Lacy, John, of Herefordshire ~(E. n. Roll) bore, or, a fess in chief three martlets gules. (F. ) Parliamentary and St. George Rolls.

Adam

de

(H.

in.

n. Roll) bore, argent, a chevron between three lyons' heads erased sable Jenyns' Roll.

Lancaster,
(fil

Lacy, Sir John de,

of

Rutland
;

Roll) bore, undee (6) gules mentary Roll.

and ermine

(E. n. Parlia-

Earl of (1267-76) H. III.) bore, England, with a label (3) Grimaldi France, a label (4) on his tomb Roll and Jenyns' Ordinary. Father of the next named. See illustration, page 125.

Edmund,

Lacy, Sir Robert de,


(E. n.
all

Roll) bore, argent


;

of Cambridgeshire an orle gules, over


Roll.
vi. Roll)

Lancaster, Thomas,
(1296-1322)

a bendlet sable
(

Parliamentary

Lacy

),

a Cornish Knight-(H.
;

bore, azure, three shovellers' heads

and necks

erased argent

Arundel

Roll.
(F..

banneret, Earl of sealed the Barons' letter to the bore at the battle of xxiv, Pope 1301, pp. xvi, Falkirk 1298, at the siege of Carlaverock 1300, and at the first Dunstable tournament 1308, England, and a label (3) of France Arundel and Parliamentary Rolls a label (5) in
;

Lakenham, William
;

(iuillim
in. Roll)) bore,

and

St.

George

Rolls.

argent, a cross between four lyonceux pant gules Jenyns' Ordinary.

ram-

Lancaster,
(brother of

Sir

Henry

de,

banneret

J L at

Lakanheath, John (LAKYNOHYTHE) (R.


II.

Roll) bore,

argent,
last,

between three caps of the Surrey Roll.

a chevron sable turned up gules


;

JLambourne,
(F,.

Sir

William
argent,

n.

Roll)
;

bore,

de, of Essex two chevrons


Rolls.

last-named) bore, at the 1298 and at the siege of Carlaverock i3oo(Earl of LANCASTER, restored 1327) England and a 'baston azure (F.) Parliamentary and Arundel Rolls sealed the Barons' letter to the Pope 1301, as lord of MONMOUTH, pp. xvi, xxiv styled Baron in the Nobility Roll -his son HENRY bore the
battle of Falkirk
;
;
;

THOMAS,

sable IF.)

Parly.,

Dering and Howard

same at thesccond Dunstable tournament 1334.

Ascribed to MILKS in Arden Roll with label (3) gules in Ashmole Roll.

a trick

Lancaster, Henry, K. G.
with a label of France.
Brass.

Duke of

1345-62)

bore, at the siege of Calais 1345-8,

England

Lambourne, William
argent,

-(R. n. Roll) bore, on a bend sable cotised gules three lyons' heads erased of the field (another or) ; Surrey Roll.

(F.)

See Monumental

Lancaster, John, OF GAUNT,


;

Duke

of
;

Lambton

Kentish Knight (H. vi. ), a ( Roll) bore, gules, a chevron between three lambs' heads couped argent, quarterly u'jf/i, argent, a chevron sable between three ravens (? Cornish choughs) ppr. beaked and legged
gules
;

(1362-99) bore, France and England quarterly over all a label (3) ermine on each pendant three ermine spots Surrey Roll and Jenyus'

Ordinary.

Arundel

Lancaster, John de,


two bars

Roll.

*[Lambton, Robert
fess

de, 1314 bore, sable, a between three lambs passant argent


j

banneret, baron 1299 bore at the siege of Carlaverock 1300, argent on a canton of the second a gules, lyon passant gardant or, (sealed the Barons'
letter to the
(6)

Shirley,

F.

Pope 1301, pp. xix, xxiv) barry in lieu of 2 bars, &c. ascribed to JOHN of in Holgill Jenyns' Ordinary and to ROGER and
; ,

Lampet, Sir John,


Kt.
;

of Bardwell, Suffolk, (H. VI. Roll) bore, argent on a bend engrailed azure three ranis' heads couped of the first horned or Arundel Roll. of
Suffolk,

WII.I.IAM in St. George Roll. In the Nobility Roll the canton is charged with a cinquefoyle
or.

Lancaster, Sir

Lampette, Sir John,

am Ibn

Kt. (H. vi. Roll) bore, argent, on a cross en between four escallops sable five grailed gules
l>esants
;

Arundel

Roll.

bore at the siege of Calais 1345-8, argent, two bars gules, on a canton of the second a rose or in the margin also gules, a lyon rampant gardant or, collared a?.ure Ashmole Roll.
;

Thomas

24

.SV7.I/7T

FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

Lancastre, John de
Surrey Roll.

IR. n. Roll) bore, argent, a chevron U'twecn three eagles legs a la cuisse gules, a bordure engrailed sable
;

Langton

a Knight
;

Landles, John de
;

(K.

m.

Roll) bore, gules,

gules, a chevron argent

anorlcur Nativity Roll and Jenyns' Ordinary. See also LAUNDELES.

ceux rampant or
pale or

-(H. vi. Rolli UHV, between three lyonArundel Roll.

Lane
>f

Langton, John de
and
vert,

Lone. Langford, Sir John de


v.

-bore, at the battle Boroughbridge 1322, paly (6) argent and i^uk-s, on a chief azure a lyon passant or (K. Ljiinlant in Ashmole and so borne by Sir CHRISTOPHER, knighted at the capitulation of Calais 1348. Ascribed also to THOMAS in
) ;

(E. in. Roll) bore, per a cross recercelee (moline, in trick) gules, overall a baston sable Jenyns' Ordinary.
;

Langton, Raffe
an
orle argent, a dinarv.

(E. in. Roll) bore,

gules,

bend sable
of
;

Jenyns' Orn.

Jenyns' Ordinary.

Langford, Sir Nichol de


battle

Lan<?ton,
bore, at the
I

Thomas,

Wingarde

(E.

ceux rampant
for another.

of Boroughbridge 1322, vert, s\\ lyon!'. See next entry 3, 2, i or.


i

Roll bore, or, a lyon on the shoulder proper

rampant sable vulned


Jenyns' Roll.

*[Langton
or.

of Langton, co. Line.


(6)
]

Langford, Sir Nichol de-bore,


) ;

at

the

H. n.) bore, paly


Shirley.

(temp. argent and sable, a bend

battle of Boroughbridge 1322 and at the siege of Calais 1345-8. paly (6) or and gules, a bend, bendlet or baston argent (F. Ashmole Roll and for Sir JOHN, of Derby or Notts, in Parlia-

F.
(E. iv. Roll) bore, three with crest Ballard
;

Langtree, Gilbert
ermine spots 2 and
Roll.

Another NICHOI. bore it mentary Roll. at the second Dunstable tournament 1334 and he was probably knighted at the capitulation
of Calais 1348.

Lansladron, Serlo de,

of Cornwall, baron 1299 -bore, sable, three chevronels argent; Nobility and Parly. Rolls.

Langford, Sir Rauff, see Longford. Langley, Sir Edmonde de, of Warwickshire (E. II. Roll) bore, argent, a fess and in chief three escallops sable (F. ) ; Parly., Camden, and Harl. Rolls. (\VAi.TF.k bore ogresses
Roll.) Ascribed to GEOFFREY (J) in Howard Roll, and with the escallops 2 and i between the fess in Camden and Dering Rolls.
in

Lanthony,

(E.'i. Roll) (We, or, on a chief indented azure, three plates Harl. Roll.
;

Lapare
Ashmole

v.

Larpare,

(E.

in.

Roll)
;

place of escallops (F.);

St.

George

Name and blason Lapun, Robert de (H. in.


Roll.

bore, gules crusilyand a lyon

rampant argrnt
doubtful.

gules, fretty vair (F.

);

St.

Langley, Sir Thomas


gules,

(E. in. Roll) bore,

LATHUN.
Lascelles, Allen
a

George

Roll) bore, Roll. See

two bars and


;
I

in

chief as

many

bucks'

heads cabossed or Ashmole Roll. baron of Walton in Lane., ). Langton knighted at the capitulation of Calais 1348
bore, argent, three chevronels gules (F. ascribed (with crest) also to Sir JOHN, of Walton. K. iv., Ballard Roll, and also to THOMA>, baron of Newton, in Jenvns' Ordinary; CHRISTOPHER, differenced' with a label (3! azure Surrey Roll.
)
; ;

(E. in. Roll) bon>, gules,


is

and a Ordinary, where


saltire

argent (F. ); Jenyns' blasoned, probably in with KGI.F.SI I.IKFK, gules on a saltire five besants argent. See also ASSEI.ES.
it

chief

confusion

Lasselles,
or
;

de, of Allerthorpe (E. in. Roll) bore, sable, a cross patee (rlory in trick)
Jenyns' Ordinary.

John

*[Lascelles,
E. n.
)

John de, of Hinderskelfe (9 1315-16 -bore, sable, a cross patonce and a bordure or. Shirley.] F.
of Langthorn (E. in. Roll) bore, argent, six roses 3, 2, i gules Jenvn^'
;

Lassels, John,
Ordinary.

Lascelles, Pigot

IE. n. Roll) bore, argent, three chaplets gules ROGER, Jenyns Roll. differenced with a bordure engrailed of the
1

HENRY, DUKE OF LANCASTER,


GRANDSON OF H. in. IN ELSING CHURCH, NORFOLK,
1347, 21 E. in.

la-,t

Jenyns' Ordinary.

K.G.,

Lascelles,
mullets

Thomas, of South Cowton (E. in. Roll) bore, gules, on a chevron sable between three eagles' heads erased as many
(6) all

argent

Jenyns' Ordinary.

From a rubbing of

the

Hastings Brass.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

125

Lathom,

Sir bore, at the siege of Calais 1345-8, argent (? or) on a chief dancettee azure three plates (K. ), besants in Afhmole MS. the field or with besants in Ashmole Roll and Jenyns' Ordinary.
of Knowesley (E. IV. Roll) bore, or on a chief dancettee azure three over all a bemllet with crest plates, gules ;
;

Thomas

Latimer, Sir
of

Lathom, Philip,

bore, at the battle 1322, and another Sir at the knighted capitulation of Calais 1348, bore, gules, on a cross patonce or five maunches of the field (F. ); Jenyns' Ordinary and Harl. MS. 1481 fo. 86.

Waryn

Boroughbridge

WAKYN,

Latymer, Sire Nicholas


battle of

bore,

at

the

Ballard Roll and Harl.

MS.
(H.

1481
in.

fo. 82.

Boroughbridge 1322, LATYMKR, and bend of France, i.e. on a bend azure three

Lathun, Robert de
gules,
fretty

Roll) bore,
Roll.

vair;

St.

George

See

LAPUN.

.^Latimer, William

le, of Corby, banneret, a baron 1299 bore, at the battle of Falkirk and at the 1298 siege of Carlaverock 1300, gules, a cross patonce or (P.)', sealed the Barons' letter to the Pope 1301, pp. xviii, xxiv. His son WILLIAM, also a baron, having precedency over his father, bore the same at Falkirk 1298 with a label argent, but without at the first

To Sir NICHOLAS, of rleurs-de-lys or (F.) Yorkshire, a later hand in Parly. Roll IE. II.) adds " Noe bende nor fleur-de-luces," Harl. MS. 6137 fo. 22 for differences see Harl. 1481 fo. 86.
;

Laton, Sir Christopher de (LAYTON)-Knighted at the capitulation of Calais 1348, argent, crusily fitchee (3, 3) a fess sable (F.) ascribed also to THOMAS inGrimaldi Roll and ROBERT differenced with Jenyns' Ordinary. a cinquefoyle pierced of the field Surrey
; ;

Dunstable tournament 1308, and probably at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322, then styled banneret, his son may, however, be intended, who certainly bore the same at the second Dunstable tournament 1334. JOHN and THOMAS
differenced with

Roll.

Laton, "William da-(E.


;

Roll) bore, argent, on a bend gules three escallops of the field F. Jenyns' Roll.
11.

Laton, "William de-(R.


or,

n.

Roll) bore,

label Rolls.

(3,

5)

azure

St.

a cross moline gules


v.

Surrey Roll.

George and Surrey

Launde
bore,

De

la

Launde.
;

Latimer, John de

bore, at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322, .and Sir THOMAS bore, at the first Dunstable tournament 1308, gules, a cross patonce or, a label (3) of France Another THOMAS bore it also at Parly. Roll. the second Dunstable tournament 1334, and it in is also ascribed Jenyns Ordinary to THOMAS, of Norfolk it was also carried at the siege of Rouen 1418 and with a bordure argent at the second Dunstable tournament
;
1

Laundeles, Sir John de


azure an orle or
;

LANDLES
Roll)

(E. in. Roll) the field gules for Nativity Roll and Jenyns' Ordinary. (E. iv.

Laurence, Sir James,


;

of Asheton bore, argent, a cross ragulee with crest Ballard Roll. F.


v.

gules

La Ware
*
L

De

la

Ware.

Lawley, Thomas,

bore, argent,' a 1471 cross formee checquy or and sable. Shirley. J

1334.

Latimer,

de, of Braybrooke, a bore, gules, a cross patonce or, a label (sable) Nobility and Parly. Rolls. Sir THOMAS, LE BOUKSARY, or BOUCHAKI, differenced with a label (3) sable, on each pendant a plate (F. ), at the first Dunstable Ascribed also to Sir tournament 1308. WILLIAM in the Parly. Roll. Sire WILLIAM LK BOCHARDK further differenced, at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322, with a martlet argent on the label. In the Nobility Roll the label is differenced bezantee for (i) Sir WILLIAM and for (2)Sir JOHN sable florettee or (F. asTHO.), and for (3) Sir THOMAS the label is azure.
baron 1299
;
;

Thomas

*_Lawton, Hugh,

Hen.

vi.

bore, argent, on

a fess between three crosses crosslet fitchee F. sable, a cinquefoyle of the first. Shirley.]

Lebaud, Sir Thomas


azure, a lyon passant or
;

Ashmole

(E. in. Roll) bore, Roll.

EDMUND

CROUCHBACK,
1295

EARL OF LANCASTER
.

Latimer, Sire John le


gules,

(K.
five

i.

Roll) bore,

on a cross patonce or
;

covered cups

sable

Guillim Roll.

(BROTHER OF EDWARD i.), AND PROBABLY HIS PATRON SAINT ST. GEORGE From an Illumination prefixed to a Missal,
"
Arcficeologin," xii. 200.

Latimer, Sir John


;

le, of Yorkshire (E. n. Roll) bore, gules, on a cross patonce or, four Parly. Roll (the father of escallops sable Sir WAKYN). Sir THOMAS bore five escallops; Harl. Roll and Harl. MS. 1481 fo. 86.

&*/-*:

126

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF

ARUfS.

*
L

Leche, John,

a chief 1475 liore, ermine, on indented gules, three crowns or. -Shirley. ] F.

Leigham, Sir John de


;

(LI.I.HAM),

of
2,
2,

Lechmere,
and

Adam

de

bore, gules a fess,

Berks -(E. n. Roll) bore, sable, Horettee(3, MS. Parliamentary Roll in another i) or
;

2.

i.

in chief two pelicans or, !'. selves ppr. Shirley.

vulning them-

*"Leighton, Sir Richard,


quarterly per fess indented or F. all a Ijeiidlet. Shirley.]

Le Despencer, Hugh

-bore, at the second Dunstahle tournament 1334, quarterly argent and gules (sic) a baston sable; the fret or in the 2nd and 3rd quarters is probably omitted.
F.

1313 bore (Seal) and gules, over


bore, at the

Lekebourne, Sir Henry de


first

See DF.SPKNCKR and SI-K.NCKK.

Dunstable tournament 1308, argent crusily and a fess dancettee sable. F.

Ledye, Roger
;

n. Roll) bore, argent, a fess gules between three eaglets displayed sable Surrey Roll.
(R.

Lekebourne, Sir Henry de, of co.


(E. n. Rolli.and argent, crusily (6, 4)

Lines.

Lee, Ley, ?. De la Lee and De la Ley. Ordinary. Leeham Leigham. Leu, Nicole (H. in. Roll) bore, gules {Le n. Leek e, Andrew de (LKYKK)-(R. Roll) two heraldic wolves passant argent Dering
--.
;

and a chevron sable; Nativity and Parliamentary Rolls and Jenyns'

Hugh

(E. in. Roll) bore,

Leje*

bore, argent, a chief gules surmounted by a bend engrailed azure. ROBKKT differenced it ith a mullet pierced or Surrey Roll.
;

Roll

greyhounds

in

Ashmole MS. See Low.

Le Mare ;.

"Da la

Mare.
(F,.
i.

Leeke, John de
;

n. Roll) bore, argent, on a saltire engrailed sable nine annulets or Surrey Roll.
(LF.YKF.)
(R.
(F,.

4-Le Moylnle, Berenger

Roll) bore,
(F.
)

gules, crusily and a cross patee argent. Segar Roll. See MOVNF.

Leeke, John de (LKKK)


sable, six annulets 3,
2,

i,

in. Roll) bore, or; Jenyns' Or-

Le Moyne,

dinary.

Sir John, of Suffolk (I-:, n. Roll) bore, or a saltire engrailed gules; ParSee LK:-:.M. Roll. liamentary
quarterly ermine and faces or Dering Roll.
;

Leem
I-'

a Norfolk Knight -(E. 11. Roll) ( Parliamenbore, or. a saltire engrailed vert See LE MOVNK. tary Roll, an addition.
)
;

{Le Poer, Robert

in. Roll) bore, (H. azure two leopards'

j,li.

Sir Peter

(LK.K), of co.

Lane.

masculy argent and lozengy; Jenyns' Ordinary -modo NICHOLAS


Roll) bore,

in. sable, tricked


(F,.

Le

Sor, John and gules a fess


(E.

(H. in. Roll) bore, checquy or azure. (F.) St. George Roll.

UK CKOFTK.

Le Strange,
n.

Sir John,

of co.

Glouc.

Legh (William)
;

the Boothes (K. iv. Roll) bore, azure, two bars argent, over all a with l>endlet counter compony or and gules crest blasoned checquy but Mallard Roll tricked counter-compony in Jenyns' Roll. Harl. MS. 1481 fo. 80. of
;

Roll) bore, gules, two lyons passant argent, a bordure indented or, over all a

baston azure

Parliamentary Roll.
of Ellesmere, baron
;

Le Strange, Roger,

Legh, Sir Piers

a, of Bradley-(E. iv. Roll) bore, quarterly (i). argent, a cross sable a of the last. (2), gules, a cross enHcur-de-lys grailed argent (3). argent, a mullet sable (4), vert, a chevron l>etwecn three crosses patonce or with crest; Bulhml Roll.
of Adlington (E. IV. Roll) bore, azure, a plate Ijetween three crowns or, a bordure argent quarterly with, argent, a cross patonce sable, with crest Ballard Roll.
; ;

1295 bore, gules, two lyons passant argent and a bordure engrailed or sealed the Barons' letter to Ihe Pope 1301, pp. xix, xxiv; Nobility, Howard and Arundel Rolls, &c. (F.) Ascribed
also to Sir

JOHN

in

Harleian Roll.

Le Strange,
1309

Sir Fouke, banneret, baron

Legh, Thomas,

bore, at the first Dunstable tournament 1308, argent two lyons passant gules (F. ); sealed the Barons' letter to the Pope 1301, pp. borne also by (J) JOHN, in Dering, .xxi, xxiv
;

CamdenandSt. George

Rolls; his son JOHN differenced with a label azure in Glover Roll.

Legh, John,
cross engrailed

12

Hen

vi.

bore, gules,

L'Estrange, Sir John,


neret,

of Knockyn, ban-

and a

fusil argent.

Shirley.]

*j

Legh, Thomas de,

H. in. bore the arms of I.ynime, gules, a pale fusily argent. Shirley.] IF.) Or, a lyon rampant gules, was subsequently allowed to LI.IGH of West Hall and a silver lyon to LF.CMI of F.ast Hall.

Le Grose,
Ix'iidlet

Sir

Renaud,

of Norfolk

(E. n.

baron 1299 bore, at the siege of Carlaverock 1300, gules two lyons pass. nit argent, sealed the Barons' letter to the Pope (His son JOHN, of Cor1301, pp. xix, xxiv. sham and of Blanchminster, bore the re\vt-MHarl. MS. 1481 ff. 16, 18) and by Sir ROGF.K Borne also by at the siege of Calais 1345-8. KfHfi.rs, Baron Strange 1325, and JOHN and and St. in HAMON, lenrge Segar, Surrey
;

Roll), bore, quarterly, arm-iit

and
;

a/.nre,

on a

Rolls,

Roll
Roll.

sable thrri- martlets or ascribed to Sir IOIIN

Parliamentary
the

1418.

and by I.F. SR. at the siege of kuum Another JOHN (brother of Eiwi.i's)

in

Ashmole

Leices

or Leites v. Beices. Leicester, Earl of, SIMON in. MONTFORT,

differenced with a bcndlct or; Surrey Roll as did his son HAMON, of Hunston, Norfolk. Erun.rs, younger brother of JOHN (the father of HAMON) differenced with a label (3) or, on i-:u h pendant a lyon rampant gules; Harl.

1230-65
toiirchec
' .

Ixin-,

gulev,

irgi:

(F.I argent. and other Roll-

lyon rampant, tail Anlen. <;i<>\rr, St. bore on his banner

MS.

1481

fo.

I9

L'Estrange, Sir John

bore,

at

the

first

pali

danci-ttri- ;n>_;cm

and gules; Glover,


(E. iv. Roll)

Grimaldi and other Rolls.

Leicester, John,
bore, a/urc. a frss

of Cheshire
trettv gules
i

Dunstablr tournament 1308, gules, two lyons passant argent within an orle (8) martlets or. Of co. Gloucester in Parliamentary Roll. (F.)

U-Uvecn three
with crest
i

Hears de-ly^ 2 and Hallard Roll. (F,)

L'Estrange,

ihe 2nd
al.su Li.vi

bore, at the second Dunstable tournament 1334, gules, two lyons

Fowke

See

passant argent crowned

or.

SOME FEUDAL COA fS OF ARMS.

127

Le Strange, John
Rouen

bore, at the siege of 1418, gules, two lyons passant on the shoulder of each a fleur-de-lys sible. F.

Le Strange,

Sir

Hamon

R'. GKR(J) and another WII.I.IAM (J) Jenyns' Ordinary, Uering and N'orfolk Rolls. ROGER took up the cross in the last Crusade 1270.
;

bore, at the

first

Dunstable tournament 1308, gules, two lyons passant argent oppressed by a baston or (F.) of co. Glouc. in Parliamentary Roll.
;

Leyburn, Sir Henry de


first

bore,

at

the

L3 Strange, Robert
6137
fo.
77'-'.

(H. in. Roll) bore, gules crusily and two lyons passant argent St. George Roll -crusily fitchee in Harl. MS.
;

F.
(or

Uunstable tournament 1308, azure, six lyonceux rampant, 3, 2, i, argmt, a label (3) Sir JOHN, knighted at the capitulation gules. of Calais 1348, differenced with a hordnre engrailed or; ascribed also to SIMON in Segar Roll (F.) and in the Parliamentary Roll to Sir SIMON, of Kent, with a bordure indented
or
;

LeStrunn John
Roll) bore,
gules,

LK STUKMY?)-.(H.
)

in.

ROGKK and THOMAS


Roll.

a chevron between three

Segar

Sir

HKNKY
;

mullets
Rolls.

(6)

argent. (F.

Arden and

St.

George

gobony or and gules

a label (4) gules of Kent, with a label Parly. Roll

Leyborne

Lesume,
(10)

Adam

argent and

n. Roll) bore, barry azure in chief three torteaux


(F..
;

Jenyns' Ordinary.

Leu f. Le Leu and Low. (H. Levaat, Andrew

), of the household of the Earl of Salisbury- (K. ill. Roll) bore, azure, five lyons rampant 2, 2, i argent, a bordure engrailed or, over all a quarter ermine Jenyns' Ordinary ascribed to THOMAS, without the
(
;

bordure
;

in. Roll) bore, St. George argent, a cross engrailed gules Borne also by JOHN I.K FIT/, HKNKY Roll. and JOHN DK. i,.\ LINDIC.

Jenyns' Ordinary.

Leyburn, Sir "William,


;

banneret

(H. vi.
3. 2, i

Roll) bore, argent, six lyonceux sable Arundel Roll.

rampant

jLeveland, Raufe de-(H.


sable, three Ijears' anrl i argent. (F.) in Howard Roll.
(

in. Roll) bore,

Leyburn, Sir de

heads bcndways couped 2 Dering Roll boars' heads


;

Leventhorpe
cotised sable
;

Knight (H. vr. Roll) bore, argent, a bend gobony gules and sable
),

(?JOHN), knighted at the 1348 bore, gules, six lyons rampant 3, 2, r argent ascribed also to Sir RICHARD of Yorks, and THOMAS Parliamentary and Surrey Rolls. Sir NICHOLAS of Yorks differenced with a label (3) azure.
capitulation of Calais
;

Arundel
,

Roll.
iv.

Lsvborne, John,
(F..

Leversaeje, Roll) bore, argent, a chevron between three levers erect 2 and i sable with crest Ballard Roll. F.
(E.
;

Levett v. Livett. Levinton, John de


gules,

(K.

n.

Roll)

bore,

of the North, banneret or six lyonceux rampant 3, 2, i sable Jenyns' Ordinary. Ascribed also to RIX;KK and Sir WII.I.IAM, of the North Howard and Parly. Rolls (see WILLIAM above the field argent) THOMAS MAI. LORY bore the same JOHN DE ST. MARTIN bore the
in. Roll) bore,
; ; ;

on a chevron argent three cinquefoyles


;

reverse.

sable

Irnyns' Roll.

Leving, Richard
bore, eimine,
or.

(LEWY.NF.)-(E. n. Roll)

of

(F.) Jenyns' Roll. WIU.IAM DE LEOYN, Brampton, tool; up lh^ cross in the last

on a bend gules three escallops

Lsycester f. Leicester. 'iLeycester, John, c. 1390


;

bore, azure, a fess or fretty gules, between two rleurs-de-lys of the second F. Shirley.]
v.

Crusade

Leye

1270.

Lewknor,

Sir rore, at the siege of Calais 1345-8 azure, thr'-e chevronels argent ascribed also to ROGKK (T) and Sir THOMAS, of Sussex Dering and Parliamentary Rolls. Another ROGKR differenced with a label (5) or (F.); Camden Roll.
;
;

John

de la Leye. Leyland, Sir Thomas


Roll,

(F,.

in. Roll) bore,


;

argent a bend gules cotised sable

Ashmole
in.

surname

doubtful.

Lille,

Lewknor, John - bore,


Lewknor,
gules,

second Dunstable tournament 1334, gules, two bends deF. pressed by a chevron argent.
at the

(LYLLKI -(H. Roll) bore, argent, a fess between six mullets (6) Howard Roll in other Roils a label i'ules (5) azure.
;

Ancels de

Lillebon, "Walter de
changed.
IF.
)

(H. in. Roll) bore, per pale argent and sable a chevron counter-

Arden

Roll.

a
;

argent

in. Roll) bore, chevron between three talbots passant Ashmole Roll.
1-

Sir .Tohn-(F,.

Lilleburne,

Lexington, John de
Glover Roll.

(K. in. Roll) bore, sable, three dossers (or water-bougets) argent Ashmole and Surrey Rolls.

John de

(H. '" argent, a cross fourchee azure

au kanee

Roll) bore, "

Limbury v, Lymbury.
Limesy, Sir Piers de
bore,
at
(of

Warwickshire)
)

Leyburn,
;

Sir William, banneret, a baron

1299 -bore, at tne siege of Cariaverock 1300, azure, six lyonceux rampant 3, 2, i, argent. (F.) Nobility, Parliamentary and Arundel Rolls sealed the Barons' letter to the Pope 1301, xxiv ascribed also to JOHN of Kent, xxii, pp.
;

the battle of Boroughbridge 1322, Ascribed (F. gules, an eagle displayed or. to RICHARD in Segar Roll and to Sir RICHARD of Warwickshire, with a baston of MONTKOKD, or four bendlets azure, in Parliamentary Roll

and

in Jenyns' Ordinary to JOHN, with and without a bend azure, and another JOHN or an

eagle purpure

membered

gules.

Limesy, Raf de

(H. in. Roll) bore, gules, three eagles displayed or. (F. Arden and St. George Rolls another R.U'i'(J) bore, six eagles 3, 2, i (F. Dering and Holland Rolls
)
)

and in a note, a label (5) azure (Sir RAKE) for Sir RICHARD Hollnnd and Howard Rolls.
;

See Harl. MS. 1481

fn. 67''.

Limsey, Sir Philip


North(F. n.

Roll) bore,
;

(LINDKSKY) of the or, an eagle dis;

played purpure
(the eagle

Parliamentary Roll; ?azure


Harl. Roll

and oppressed by a baston argent


'
,

sable) oppressed by a baston (perhaps the bristoii gobony azure and !,'!!!<< of MoNTFoitT is intended' Segar Roll.
1

'.

128

SO ME FE UDA t, COA TS OF A RMS.


'
.

THE HERALDIC ATCHIEVEMENT


OF

JAMES,

26TH

EARL OF CRAWFORD,

AND STH

EARL OF BALCARRES,

K.T.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

129

Limsey, Sir Simon de,


Roll)

Ashmole

of the North (E. i. bore, or an eagle displayed purpure; Roll sable in Segar Roll and differ; ;

Lisle,

Gerard de
fitchee
;

(E. in. Roll) bore, gules,

crusily

enced with the baston (?MONTFORT) gobony argent and azure Parliamentary Roll.

argent
nary.
in

a lyon passant gardant, Parliamentary Roll and Jenyns' Ordior,

Sir

ROBERT, of Rutland, bore

it

crusily
at

Parliamentary Roll.

Lincoln, Earl of (JOHN DE LACY),


(E.
I.

1232

Lisle, Sir

Roll) bore, quarterly or and gules a " Le baston sable, a label (5) argent. (F.) " veyl escu de Nicol. Segar, Cnmden, Nobility and other Rolls; no label in Nobility Roll

the de, knighted capitulation of Calais 1348 bore, argent, a lyon passant gardant gules crowned or.
bore,
(?

Warren

Lisle-Le Count de
gules,

three

bars

H.

le Ille-(H. UK Roll) or "diaspres"

VI.

diapered).

Norfolk Roll.

Lincoln, Earl of (HKNRY DE LACY),

1257-

1311 bore, at the battle of Falkirk 1298, and at the siege of Carlaverock 1300, or a lyon rampant purpure (F.) lyon sable in Howard
;

Roll.

Lindsay, Sir Alexander


battle of Falkirk 1298 or (in error for argent)
;

bore, at the. gules, a fess checquy and azure. (F. ) Jenyns'

de, banneret (H. vi. on a chief azure three lyonceux Arundel and rampant of the first. (K. St. George Rolls. See also INCI'I.K. Lisley, Sir John de, of Hants - (K n. Roll) bore, or, a chevron between three leaves
Roll) bore, or,
)

Lisley, Sir

John

("foyles of gletuers ") gules; Roll. See also DE LISLE. V.

Parliamentary

Ordinary.

Lindsay, Sir Gilbert de, of Hunts


;

(E. n. Roll) bore, gules, crusily or an orle vair Parliamentary Roll ascribed also to WILLIAM (F. ) in St. George Roll.
;

Lisley,

John
;

de, Seigneur of Laybourne

(K. I. Roll) bore, gules, a chevron between three " foyles "or Grimaldi Roll. (F.) Sir WAI.TKK bore the reverse and a label azure Nativity
;

Roll.

Lindsay, Walter de
gules,

(H.

in.

an orle vair
le fitz,
;

Arden and Glover

Roll) bore, Rolls.


(3)

Lisoures,
;

John

(K.

in.

Roll) bore, azure,

WALTER
azure

differenced with a label

Jenyns' Ordinary.
(K.

*Lingayn, Sir Rauff


escallops

in.

Roll) bore,

barry (6) or and azure, on a bend gules three cinquefoyles pierced argent Ashmole Roll
;

two chevronels and a mullet or tricked as a martlet Jenyns' Ordinary and Roll. Lisours,John -bore, at the second Dunstable tournament 1334, azure, a chief or. (F. Ashmole Roll and Jenyns' Ordinary.
)

on the bend

(F.

in

Arden and Lisle.


baron

St.

*[Lister,

John,

6 K.

11.

bore, ermine, on a
Shirley.]
(R.
F.

fess sable, three mullets or.

George

Rolls.

Lisle, Lisle,

P.

De Insula and De
de, of Wotton,

Littlebury,
1299,

John de
;

n.

Roll) bore,
;

John

signed but did not seal the Barons' letter to the Pope 1301, page xxiv. He bore, a fess between two chevronels sable or, ascribed also to his son JOHN, 2nd baron, K.G. (a founder), who served at the siege of Calais 1345-8 Nobility and Surrey Rolls ascribed also to Sir ROBERT, Banneret, in Guillim, Parliamentary and Arundel Rolls to another
;

argent, two lyons passant gardant gules Sir ROBERT differenced, with Surrey Roll. a label (3) azure Ashmole Roll. See Monuof Sir HUMPHREY. mental Kffigy

Littlebury,
{E.
III.

ROBERT (|) in Dering Roll; to WARREN in Segar Roll, and to WILLIAM (F. at the siege of Rouen 1418 another WILLIAM differenced
)
;

two lyons passant gardant gules on a bend vert three eaglets or Jenyns' Ordinary. displayed Littlebury, Robert bore, at the second Dunstable tournament 1334, argent two lyons passant gules, a label azure (F.) apparently
Roll) bore, argent,
;

Humphrey and William

not gnrdant.

with a martlet

or.

Lisle, Sir

de, of Rutland (E. n. Roll) bore, or, on a fess between two chevronels sable three roses argent Parly. Roll.
;

Baldwin

Lisle, Robert de, of Rougemont, baron

1311,

appears to be referred to in the first entry. Sir JOHN, his son or grandson, knighted at the capitulation of Calais 1348 bore, gules, a lyon passant gardant argent crowned or (F.), one of the founders of the Order of the Garter, Sir GER.\Ri>and Sir WARIN, of Rutland, both bore the arms at the first Dunstable tournament 1308 Parly. Roll ascribed to another GERARD in Dering Roll. They are also ascril>ed to Sir Foui.K in Harleian'Roll.
;
;

SIR

HUMPHREY LITTELBURY.
CHURCH
IN LINCOLNSHIRE.

IN HOLBEACH

After Stothard.

'3

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

THE HERALDIC ATCHIEVEMENT


OF

REAR-ADMIRAL SIR LAMBTON LORAINE,

IITII

BARONET.

SO.WE

FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

131

JLivett,

in. Roll) bore, argent, (F. ) lyon rampant sable. crusily gules Howard Rolls. and Dering

Robert -'(H.
a

*[Loraine, William, H.
sable

and argent, a
F.

iv. bore, quarterly plain cross counterchangfd.

Shirley.]

Lockton, Roger de (LOKINTONE)


Roll
I

(H. in. bore, argent, a chief azure, a label (5)


IF.
')

Loring, M"ele,

gules.

St.

George

Roll.

Lodbrooke, Sir John,


(K.
(F.
)

n. Roll) bore,

of Warwickshire azure, a chevron ermine.

Rolls.

Harleian, Parliamentary, and St. George See also GONNYES.

K.<;. (a founder) 1344 l>ore, quarterly argent and gules, a bend sable; K. 398 fo. 24; at the siege of Calais 1345-8 the coat is blasoned, quarterly or and gules a bend of the last; and in the Surrey Roll (R. II.) quarterly argent and gules a bend engrailed of the last Sir PIERS, of Beds, bore the bend as did Sir WILLIAM at Parly. Roll plain the siege of Rouen 1418.
;

Lodiham

v. Bodiham. Londe, William de (F,.

L'Orti
in.

vel

de Urtiaco, Henry de,


;

baron

Roll)

bore,

1299

bore, vert a pale or

Nobility Roll.

bordure engrailed argent, two bars sable, a


gules; Jenyns' Ordinary.
le, 1315 bore, per fess or and azure, a chevron gules between three mullets counterchanged.
Shirley.]
F. (E.

Lorty, Sir
;

*:Lone, Richard de

DE HAMPTON

de, of Somerset -(K. n. Roll) and JOHN (K. in. Roll) bore, azure a cross or Parly. Roll and Jenyns' Ordinary.

Henry
Sir

Loudham,
Parly,

Roll) bore, argent,

and
in

de, of Suffolk (K. n. three inescocheons sable Ascribed to Ashmole Rolls.


;

John

Longchamp, Henry
or,

in.

Roll) bore,
;

RAFFK

three crescents

argent.

See

HENRY DE THAN!

gules

on each a mullet
Jenyns'

Jenyns' Ordinary.

Loudham,

Ordinary.

Longe, Sir William


or, a

saltire gules

(E. i. Roll) bore, Harl. Roll, Jenyns' Ordi-

Sir John, of Derby (K. n. Roll) bore, argent, on a bend azure, three crosses crosslet or Crusily on Parly. Roll. the bend in Ashmole Roll and Harl. MS.
;

6137

fo.

19.

nary.

[LongespiSe, Mauld, dau. of WILLIAM, Duke of Normandy, and wife to HLT.H MORTIMEK, who came with the Conqueror (Roll
bore, gules, three espees (swords erect), argent, Jenyns' Roll a fable.]

Lounde, Henry
fretty

(K.

i.

Roll) bore, argent,

azure

Jenyns' Roll.

Loundres, Robert de
;

E.

i.)

Longespee, William,
;

Earl of Salisbury

(H. in. Roll) bore, per pale argent and sable, a chevron gules Howard Roll. Sir ROBF.KT bore the chevron per pale gules and or Ashmole Roll.
;

(H. in. Roll) bore, azure, six lyonceux Glover and pant (3, 2, i) or; Howard. see Monumental Effigy. Grimaldi Rolls gules. KSTIKNN differenced with a label " cantell " Glover Roll and another with a

ram-

Louthe, Richard
endentee" or and

(K. I. Roll) bore, "partie gules tricked per pale dancettee or and gules Jenyns' Roll.
;

Lovayno, the Chastalain de-(K.


Roll) bore, F. Roll.

i.

ermine, Norfolk Roll.

bendy

(6)

gules and or

Camden

Longford v. Langford. Longford, Sir Rauff (K.


crest
;

iv. Roll)

bore,

Lovayne, Sire de
a lyon
;

(K.

i.

Roll) bore, sable,


;

a bendlet argent, quarpaly 161 or and gules and argent and terly with, quarterly gules
Ballarcl Roll.

rampant argent, crowned or (!'.), Camden Roll uncrowned in Howard Roll


his brother (5) 8 ules
-

EDMUND

differenced with a label

Longueville, Sir Gerard-(E.


bore, gules, crusily argent 4,
3,

in.
i,

Roll)

2,

a fess

HENRY dancettte ermine; Ashmole Roll. and Sir JOHN, of Hunts., bore the fess argent Rolls. and Jenyns' Se'gar, Parly., (F.)
;

Longvale, Jolm-(E.
three bends vair
;

i.

Roll) bore, gules,

Jenyns' Ordinary.

of WhattonLongvilliers, Sir John, who fought (F in Roll) and Sire THOMAS,


at 'the battle of sable, crusilyand
;

Horoughbridge 1322, bore, a bend argent (F.) Ashmole


of co. Line.
(E. n.

Roll

and Jenyns' Ordinary.


and azure
on a
1.

WILLIAM LONGESPEE, EARL OF SALISBURY,


SON OF HEN.
n.

Lonve, Sir John de,

BY FAIR ROSAMOND.

Roil) bore, checquy argent Roll. chief sjules three mullets or ; Parly.

IN SAI.THBURY CATHEDRAL, 1226-7. After Stothard.

<?

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF AKMS.

Lovain, Sire Thomas de,


bore,
1

lot" Suffolk) at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322, or a fess billette'e argent (F.jjj Parly. gules, Ascribed to Roll and J.-nyns Ordinary. MATHK.W (baron 1294) Glover, St. George,
;

Lovell, Sir Richard,


the
first

bar.nen-t

bore,
;

at

Dunstable tournament 1308, or, and a lyon rampant azure (F. Parly. and Arundel Rolls. Not crusily in Glover
crusily
Roll.
)

JOHN took up

the cross

in

the last

and other

Rolls.

C'rusade 1270.

Lovedale, Sir

de, of Brabant -bore, at the siege of Calais 1345-8, sable, a bugle horn argent, on a chief of the second a lyon ]M",uH gardant
or.

John

Lovetot, John de-iH.


argent, a lyon
sable, gules,

in.

Roll)
;

bore,

F.

rampant per fess gules and Arden and St. George Rolls (sable and Jenyns' Ordinary) NIGEL, of Hums,
;

Lovedaye, Sir Richard,

of Essex (E. n. Roll) bore, azure, three bars dancettee or; in Harl. MS. colours reversed Roll; I'arly. R(X;KK. Iwire dance'e (6) or and 6137 fo. 14 sable (F.) St. George Roll.
;

bore the

field

or

Harl.

MS.

1481

f-j.

39.

"jLovett, Robert

bore, argent, three (33 F. I.) wolves passant in pale sable. F. Shirley.]

Lovell,
baron,

John,
1299
bore,

of
at

1298, undee (6) or and and Arundel Rolls. JOHN, Lord de Dackingg, sealed the Barons' letter to the Pope 1301, with these arms differenced with a label (3) on
;
,

banneret, the battle of Falkirk gules Nobilitv, Parly.

Tichmarsh,

Low,

Sir le, of Bucks (E. n. Roll) bore, argent, two bars and in chief three wolves' heads erased gules Parly. Roll.
;

John

Low, Nichols le
Howard
Rolls.

two wolves passant argent.

(H. in. Roll) bore, gules,


|F.
)

Dering and

each pendant 3 mullets, pp. xx, xxiv; see JOHN Another JOHN bore them (undiffer(2) below. enced) at the second Dunstable tournament
1334
;

"Lawther, Henry
six annulets 3, 2,
i

ascribed also to
;

THOMAS,

of Tichmarsh,

in Jenyns'

Ashmole for Sir JOHN in Harleian and Guillim Rolls. (1) JAMES, brother of JOHN, first-named,

Ordinary, tricked or and azure in Roll and as. or three bars nebulae gules

(E. in. Roll) bore, argent, sable Jenyns' Ordinary or; Jenyns' Ordinary and Ashmole Roll. Borne also by Sir JKFFKY, a Kentish Knight. See Incised Slab.
;

HUGH

bore the

field

differenced with a quarter ermine, Harl. MS. 1481 fo. 43. (2) JOHN, differenced with a label (5) azure. Camden and St. George Rolls each charged with three mullets (6) or Segar Roll. F.
; ;

Lucien, Piers
;

(E. in. Roll) bore, argent, a lyon rampant gules, over all a baston gobony or and azure Jenyns' Ordinary.

Luckyn, Sir Roland de


at the
(6)
first

(LOKYN)

bore,

(3) Sir WILLIAM, knighted at the capitulation of Calais 1348. differenced with a label
(3)

gules and ermine.

Dunstable tournament 1308, bendy

Surname doubtful

tricUed in

gobony argent and azure (F. ); the label Ashmole MS. as barry (8) argent

rather

COKYN

or

QUKIN.
(E. in. Roll) bore, argent,

and

azure, perhaps identical with trick of Sir of Oxford, in Parly. Roll, who bore a label of VALENCE, viz., barry, argent and azure, on each pendant, a martlet gules.

WILLIAM,

Lucre, "William
an orle sable
;

Jenyns' Ordinary.

(4)

WILLIAM,

differenced with

a label of

Lucy, Sir Geffrey


two

France at the second Dunstable tournament


1334(5) Sir

(E. n. Roll) bore, gules, lucies pileways argent Holland Roll.


;

JOHN, the bastard


(3)
;

(of Oxford), dif-

Lucy, Geffrey de,

of

Cockermomh, baron
;

ferenced with a label with a mullet argent

azure, each charged Parly. Roll.

Lovell, Sir
at the
first

Thomas (of Oxon. ), who tilted Dunstable tournament 1308 bore


azure
(F.
)

1297 bore, gules, three lucies hauriant 2 and i argent (F.) Ashmole Roll ,v, in Arden and Glover Rolls -ascribed to RICHARD in the Grimaldi Roll, and so carried at the siege of

Rouen

1418.

THOMAS,

differenced

at

the

undfc

(6)

or and gules, a baston or

second

Dunstable tournament

in Parly,

and Ashmole

Rolls.

bore the baston argent in Camden Roll, and another JOHN differenced with a baston sable
in

JOHN LK FlTZ

label azure and a bordure engrailed (F.) ; also by ANTHONY or AMKRY in

1334

with a

Arden

Roll.

Ordinary 4 lucies in blason. Sir WILLIAM bore the paternal coat crusilv arirrnt Harl
;

argent Jenyns'

1481,

ff.

59-65.

Lovell,

Le

Sr.

the siege of Rouen 1418. undee (6) or and gules quarterly with, azure, florettee and a lyon rampant gardant argent IF. Surrey Roll, as LE SK. DK LOVKL and HOLLAND. Borne
;

(William) de

bore,

at

Lucy, Sir
Howard,

AYMER or KMERY), 01 Kent (H. in. Roll) bore, azure crusily and three lucies 2 and i hauriant or;
i

Amery

Lpcised Slab, Kirkby St^p

St.

also

by his grandfather, K. 400 fo. 19.

JOHN. K.G.

1405;

THOMAS,

George and Dering

Parliamentary,

of Kent, bore the Parliamentary Rol^

Rolls. Sir lucies argent;

LOWTHER.
From
Boutell.

ET1NEN_
ESTIGIA

LIBRIS CH/IRLES BYBTL LYSTER:'


Etx:

'34

FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

Luttrell,

Lucy, Geoffrey,
i I ;

(H. in. Roll) Iwre. gules, crusily three lucies hauriant 2 and RKYNOI.D V. i or Parliamentary Roll, &c. azure Surrey Roll. differenced with a label
of
(3)
;

Kent

co.

Line..

Andrew, Robert
;

and Sir Geoffrey, and Thomas iF.

of
i

bore azure, a bend between six martlets argent St. George and Guillim Rolls. AI.KXANDKK took up the cross in the last
(H. in. Roll)

See Harl. 1481

ft'.

59, 65.

Crusade 1270.

Ludburgh, John
gules, faces or
;

de--(K. HI. Roll) bore, a chevron argent between three leopards'


Jenyns' Ordinary.
K.

Ludlowe,

at the capitulation of Calais 1348 -bore, or, a So also JOHN, in (F.) lyon rampant sable.

Sir Christopher de, knighted

Luttrell, Sir Andrew, of co. Line. (K. n. Roll), and Sir HUGH (H. vi. Roll) bore, or, a bend between six martlets sable Parliamentary and Atkinson Rolls. Luttrell, Hugh bore, at the siege of Rouen 1418, or, a bend between six martlets sable a
;

Surrey Roll and Jenyns' Ordinary.

bordure engrailed of the second.


Roll.

(F.

Surrey

Ludlow,
and

John

passant gardant and Jenyns' Ordinary.

Sir Thomas, of Salop (F. n. Roll) bore, azure, three lyons (K. ill.) Parliamentary Roll argent
;

Lydevusers, Sir John,


at the battle of

of

France- IM<\

Horoughbridge 1322, azure on a bend argent, an inescocheon or charged with


a

K.

bend
(

dancett(5e sable.
),

F.

Ludlow, Thomas
stable

bore, at the second


all
;

Dun(

tournament 1334, gules, rampant and a border engrailed


(gardant in Parliamentary Roll)

crusily a lyon

Lye

argent

F.

a Knight (H. VI. Roll) bore, argent, a bend fusily sable, a crescent of the second Arundel Roll.
;

crusily or in

Ashmole

Roll.
,

Lymbury,
gules. battle
F.

Lukard
three
Roll.
(?

(F..

in.

Roll)

bore,
;

argent

Sir John, knighted at the capibore, argent an estulation of Calais 1348 cocheon sable within an orle of cinquefoyles

wolves) heads couped gules

Ashmole
Roll)

Lymbury,
and Sir T.-(R. n.
;

Sire

William de

bore, at

tin-

*Lumley, Rauf

bore, argent, a fess gules betwei-n three popinSurrey and Atkinson Rolls. jays ppr. (F.)
(R.

of Boroughbridge 1322, argent five (F.) Six-foylc-s cinquefoyles 2, 2, i sable. ascribed to JOHN in Jenyns' Ordinary.

Lumley, Marmadn'ke
gules,

n. Roll) bore,

Lynde

on a

fess

between thiee popinjays argent

as

many KOBKKT
Rolls.

Sir mullets pierced of the last. i>K, of co. Durham (K. in), l>ore the
)

i de la Lynde. Lyons, Sir John bore,


.

at the

second

)un-

stable tournament 1334, argent, a lyon Ashmole Roll. (F. gules.


)

rampant

mullets sable. (F.

Surrey and Parliamentary


IH. Roll) azure, a lyon ramSee also VAI.KNCK
in.

'Lyster, John, 6 F.
fess

n.

bore,

ermine, on a
Shirley.]

sable three mullets

or

See

Lusignan, Sir Geoffrey


bore, burulee (12) or
;

and

Bookplate, preceding page.

Roll. pant gules Arden and Harl. MS. 1418 fo. 29.

Lvthegranes, John
gules,

(K.

in.
all

an orle argent, over

Roll) bore, a bend ur


;

Jenyns' Ordinary.
I.

*[Luttley,Philipde,2oF.
or

bore, quarterly,

and azure lour lyons


Shirley.
]

rampant counter-

"[Lyttelton,
argent, a
sable.

Thomas-bore
between
F.

(H.
three

iv.

changed.

F.

chevron

Seal) escallops

Shirley.]

AN UNIDENTIFIED
from
Sir

EFFIGY

IN

THE

TEMPLE CHURCH.
the

"Herald and Genealogist"

of

Laurence and Thomas Bassett Cornwall bore similar Arms, as did Sir Richard

Lovedaye of Essex.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

'35

The Norman horsemen

(unsuccessfully} attack the English.

After the Bayeux Tapestry.

M
M
. . .

seles,
;

Edmond

de

(H.

in.

Roll)

and sable a fess counterchanged George Roll borne also by CUSACKK and Frrz PAINE. See WINCKLKS.
bore, per pale argent
St.

\Malet, Baldwin,
escallops or.

F,.

i.

bore, azure, three

Shirley.

F.

JMalett, Robert
George
Rolls.

Mac

Culloch, Patrick (MAKCOLAGH),


(K. in.

of

Scotland
gules
(K.
I.
;

Roll)

bore, ermine, fretty

(H. in. Roll) bore, sable, three round buckles, tongues to the dexter, 2 and i, argent. (F.) Dering, Howard and St.

Jenyns' Ordinary.

Mac Bonn ell,

Sir

Duncan,

of Scotland

Mallet, Sir

Roll) bore, Nativity Roll.

or,

three lyonceux sable;

Maehell, John

of Notts (K. n. Roll) bore, gules, a fess ermine between six buckles tongues to the dexter, or Parliamentary Roll the fess or, in Harl. MS. 6137 fo. 19''.
;

Thomas,

three greyhounds |F. (?gemelles) or.

Roll) bore, argent, courant in pale sable collared


i.
)

(K.

Malett, Richard and Sir Robert,

of

Jenyns' Ordinary.

Mac Moylin,
doyne,

Clarus

(O'MOII.I.CHONRYE),

Archdeacon of Klphin, founded the Abbey of Loughkee 1215 and also the Church of Derynco. Rcscommon, (.-\KCHDALK) bore, argent, a dexter arm issuant from the sinister (F. gules. Jenyns' Ordinary as CHAUI.KS
)

Bucks (F. n. Roll) bore, sable, a chevron between three buckles tongues to the dexter argent Jenyns' and Parliamentary Roll.
;

Maleverer, John, Oliver, Robert


(F.

in.

Roll) bore,

gules,

three greyhounds
;

courant

DE

I.A

ROUGH MAYNK.

in pale argent collared gemelles or Surrey Roll and Jenyns' Ordinary. (RoBKKT bore the field sable and the collar blasoned

Madrestone, Philip de
;

(H. in. Roll) bore, gules, a double headed eagle displayed .... membered or Howard Roll.
(K.

gobonee or and sable.) Sir THOMAS and Sir WILLIAM seem to have borne the greyhounds
uncollared
;

Arden,
Rolls.

Parliamentary,

Hallard

and Arundfl

Magnaby, Hugh de
nrgent,
three

in.

Roll) bore,
;

bars sable,

a maunch gules

Maleverer, Sir John, Knight


Roll.

banneret

Grimaldi Roll.

See

MANBY.

|H. vi. Roll) bore, sable, fretty or.

Arundrl

jMaili, Giles de
Roll.

(H. in. Roll) bore, or, three mallets (or martels) gules^ (F.) Dering
in.

Maleverer, Sir Michael


)

bore, at the

first

Mailott, "William -(H.


fretty or, George Roll.

Roll)
(F.)

bore,
St.

gules,

a chief ermine.

Dunstable tournament 1308, argent, a l>end engrailed gules -purpure in Harl. MS. 6137. Hut see MALM AINS. (F.

Maleverer, Sir John


;

Mainwaring, John, of

Pever (F. iv. Roll) bore, gules, two bars argent, a crescent azure M. of Ightfield bore the same, quarterly with, checquy argent and sable Milliard Roll.
;

(K. i. Roll) bore, gules, a chief or, over all a baston gobony (6)

argent and azure Nativity and Parliamentary Rolls and Jenyns' Ordinary.

Malignee, Reynold
ermine, on a fess gules, Surrey Roll.

(R.

*Man(waring), "William
bore, argent, two bars gules
;

(K.

in.

Roll)
Roll.

n. Roll) bore, three palets or


;

Grimaldi

Malebys, Sir John "


;

(K. n. Roll) bore, de bis") hinds' heads argent, three (heads couped gules Parliamentary Roll.

Malise, Roger de (MELKSE)


;

(H. in. Roll) bore, argent, two bars and in chief three esSee also STKAIcallops gules Arden RolL

1IKRNE.

Malbys, Sir William


Ordinary.

(F. in. Roll) bore, argent, a chevron between three hinds' heads erased gules; Ashmole Roll byses in Jenyns'

Mallory, Antony and Sir Peter

(1227) bore, or, a lyon rampant tail fourch^e gules Rolls. Ashmole, Nobility and Surrey

;Males, John
Rolls.

(H. in. Roll) bore, gules, three Catherine wheels (F.) altered to round buckles, to the dexter or tongues Dering and Howard
;

Mallory, Sir Piers,


;

of co. Leicester (1C. n. Roll) bore, or, three lyonceux passant gardant sable Parliamentary Roll.

Malsssour, Sir

Thomas

Mallory,
(K. in.
six

Thomas

(F.

in.

Roll) bore, or,

bore, per pale azure and ROBERT fil. HKNRY argent; Ashmole Roll. took up the cross in the last Crusade 1270.

Roll) gules, three crescents

lyonceux ramprnt, 3, 2, i, sable; Jenyns' JOHN DE LAYBOURXK bore the Ordinary. same, a'nd JOHN DE ST. MARTIN bore, the
reverse.

'36

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

Mallory, William .MAI

AKKI

iH.

in.
in

Roll) bore, or a demi-Iyon tnil fourchee St. George Ro". chief gules. (!'.)

Man, the King of the


MS. 6137
fo. 61".

Isle of -bore,
{!'.)

gules, three legs conjoined argent.

Harl.

Maintains, (Sir)
second

Thomas

bore,

at

the

Dunstable tournament 1334, gules dexter hands apaumee argent an), (three ermine (spot in each palm) ; Ashmole Roll.

Manby, Hugh and John de


;

(K. in. Roll) bore, argent, three barrulets sable, over all a maunch gules Jenyns' Ordinary. MAGNABY
in

Grimaldi Roll.

'Maintains,
gules,
;

(H. in. Roll) bore, three dexter hands apaumee 2 and i Roll hands, or(K. in Ho\\;ird argent, Dering Roll Nicxu.K bore gules in Ashmole Roll
; )
;

Henry

Manby,

Sir "Walter de, banneret


;

(E. H.

Roll) bore, azure, a cross or Roll.

Parliamentary
bore,

them argent

in

Dering and Howard


of

Rolls.

F.

Mancestre, Sir Grey de


battle of

Boroughbridge 1322,

Maintains, Sir Nicole,


couped ermine.
Rolls
(F.
)

Kent

(H. in.

gules

Roll) bore, gules, three sinister

argent in

Camden

hands 2 and I Arden and St. George


Roll.

so also for

vaire, argent and Ashmole MS., Harl. and Ashmole Rolls, and JOHN in the St. George Roll.

at the a baston sable (F.); in the


vair,

Mancestre, Sir Simon de,


bore,
at

of

Warwick-

Maintains, Sir Nicholas


first
( )

the

shire, bore, at the first

Dunstable tournament 1308, argent, a bend engrailed purpure K. (azure in Harl. MS. 6137 fo. 10) Parliamentary Roll and lenyns' Ordinary bend, plain in Nativity Roll.
;

1308, vaire, or

Dunstable tournament and sable on a bend gules three


;

eaglets displayed or

Parliamentary Roll.

Manclerk

v,

Menclerk.

Maintains,
Ordinary.

(E. t. sable, a l>end lozengy argent.

Thomas

Roll)
(!".)

bore,

Mandevile (Geffrey
;

Jenyns'

Malolacu, Peter de,

Mauley.
in.

de) Earl of (F.ssex and Gloucester 1213-16) bore, quarterly or and gules Glover and Grimaldi Rolls. See Mr. Round's GKOKKKKY I>K MAXDKVII.I.K Borne also by the family of DE SAY. 392-6.
of Hants, or
Wilts.
-I

Mandevile, Sir John de,


1

Maltham,

Ratcliffe

(E.

Roll)

bore,
;

gules, bezantee and a lyon rampant argent Jenyns' Ordinary.

gules

Roll) bore, quarterly vair Parliamentary Roll.


I ".,

n.

and

Mandevile, John de
;

Malton, Henry de
a lyon rampant
argent
;

kolli lre, sable, or, within an orle of annulets


(K.
i.

(H. in. Roll) bore, quarterly argent and azure within a bordure Howard Roll. vaire or and gules

Jenyns' Ordinary.
(K. in. Roll) bore,

Mandevile, Sir John


Warwickshire
or
;

or

Richard
in

de, of

(K. n. Roll) bore,

Malton, Sir Henry de

azure, fretty

Parliamentary &c.

(argent

Ashmole

sable, a lyon rampant argent crowned or, a Ixirdure of the second charged with annulets (13) of the first ; Ashmole Roll.

Malton

;.

Multon.
banneret, a baron

Sire RICHARD differenced it at the Roll). battle of Boroughbridge 1322 with a label (3) F. Ascribed to another RICHAKH in gules. Dering Roll.

Mandevile, Richard de
and Grimaldi
Rolls.

Maltravers, Sir John,

(H. in. Roll) bore, azure, fretty argent a fess gules Glover
;

1330 bore, at the first Dunstable tournament 1308 (as le fitz) and at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322, sable, frettyor, a label (3) argent; another Sir John bore it without the label
Sire siege of Calais 1345-8. GAWYN bore the same, Howard Roll (H. in.) as often tricked and blasoned, a fret. See also AKUNDF.I. and Fn/Ai.Av Ascribed to another JOHN (J) in the Dering Roll.
(K.)

RICH ARD and THOMAS


de, of Essex

the fretty or in Jenyns' Ordinary.

Mandeville, Sir
JOHN
in

Thomas
;

at

the

on a chief indented (E. n. Roll) bore, argent, Parliamentary Roll. gules, three martlets or
Harl.

MS.

6137.
(F..

Mandeville,

Thomas
;

in. Roll) bore,

or three barrulets azure

Jenyns' Ordinary.
of Sussex
iH. in.

'Maltravers, William
sable,
frctty

lyons passant

or, on a quarter argent, thin in pale gules (K.) Dering Roll.


;

(H. in. Roll) bore,

Manfee, Sir William,


Roll)

Malvesyn

v.

Mavesyn.

argent, a lyon rampant sable between nine escallops in uric gules. (F.) Dering (as MANBY), Camden and ParliaBorne also by MANBY, of mentary Rolls. Elsham, in co. Line.

bore,

MACLEAN OF DUART.
I'rom

Drummond's "Sculptured Monuments


in lona."

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS,

137

Manners, Sir
(F.)

Bawdwyn de, of co.


first

Cam-

bridgebore, at the ment 1308. argent, a


(H.
in.
|

Dunstable tourna-

Marke, Ingram, Robert


(MERC
or

and

William

MERKE)

(H. in. Roll) bore, gules,


;

saltire engrailed sable.

Ascribed also to HENRY, in Arden Roll -JOHN BLOYON bears the same; Jenyns' Ordinary.

*Manners, John
Roll)

bore, or,
(azure, in

gules and Jenyns' Ordinary.

and Sir Robert (E. in. two bars azure and a chief Nativity Roll) Ashmole Roll
;

a lyon rampant argent Arden and Norfolk " sautant Rolls embelif" (F. in Jenyns' Sir JOHN of F.ssex bore it within Ordinary. a bordure indented or Parly. Roll -engrailed (F.) in St. George Roll.
)
;

Markham,

Sir Robert (/Sir JOHN, King's


)

Manningham
;

),

Knight (H.

vi.

Roll)

bore, argent a chevron between three cocks sable Arundel Roll.

bore, azure, on a chief or a demi lyon rampant issuant gules. (F. Sir of Sedbrooke bore it within a bordure JOHN

Sergeant K. n.)

moor-

(?argent).

Harl.

MS.

1481

fo. 84.

Manny, Terry de
folk, bore the same.

(E. in. Roll)


;

Markinfleld,
argent, on a

Andrew

Ashmole Jenyns' Ordinary. RICHARD SUTTON, of Northree chevronels sable


K.B. 1331, K.G. at the second Dunstable tournament 1334, and at the siege of Calais 1345-8, or three chevronels sable, on the second a lyon passant of the first (F. ); a lyon passant guardant on the premier

bore, or, Roll and

bend sable three besants

(H. in. Roll) bore, Jenvns'


;

Ordy.
Roll,

a Yorkshire Knight bore

it

H.

vi.

Manny,
1359,

Sir

Walter
1347

quarterly with, gules, helmets argent, garnished sable

three

closed
Roll.

Arundel
(K. in.
all

de,

a baron

l>ore,

Markington, Henry de
ermines
bore, gules, an orle argent, lenyns' Ordinary.
;

Roll)

over

a bend

Marley, Roger de

only

chevronel, in K. 398 fo. 50 in Jenyns' Ordinary.


v.
(

two chevronels

(MERI.EY) (H. in. Roll) bore, barry, argent and gules, a bordure azure charged with martlets or Glover Roll.
;

Mansell

Maunsell.
),

jMarley, Tebaud de
Roll)

bore, or, a

Mansion

a Kentish Knight (H. vi. Roll) bore, gules, a fess ermine between three mullets pierced argent Arundel Roll.
;

between four eaglets displayed Dering Roll.

(MAREI.I) (H. in. cross gules fretty urgent, azure. (F. )

Maneston, Richard de
;

Marmaduke ;.

Pitz

Marmaduke.
;

(H. in. Roll) bore, argent, a fess gules between three eagles sable Howard Roll. displayed an Essex Knight (H. vi. Mantell ), Roll) bore, argent, a cross engrailed between four martlets sable Arundel Roll.
(
;

Marmion, John,

banneret,

bore, vair, a fess gules also did PHILIP (F.), Sir Ashmole and Arden Rolls
in

ROBERT
;

baron 1297 Nobility Roll as in Norfolk,


(J)

and WILLIAM

Dering

Roll.

F.

Mapertishall, Sir

(K. in. Roll) bore, argent, fretty sable, on a chief gules a lyon passant gardant or Ashmole Roll.
;

John

Marmion, Philip
a fess gules fretty
or.

(H. in. Roll) bore, vair,


(

F.

St.

George and

Glover
(H.
VI.

Rolls.

Ulster, Earl of, v, Edmund Mortimer. March r. de la March. Marchington, Thomas (R. n. Roll) bore,

March and

Marmion,
added
argent
;

Sir John, Knight banneret


bore,
vert, six lyons Roll.

Roll)

a fess gules

and,

between Arundel

rampant 3 and 3

or,

fret sable,

and a canton gules

Marmion,
or.

Roll.

See also

MARKINGTON.

Surrey

Sir William bore, at the siege of Calais 1345-8, vair, a fess gules, a lal>el (3)
F.

+Marconville,Raulfde
)

(H. in. Roll) bore,

quarterly argent (or, in Ashmole M.S.) and azure, in the first quarter a lyon rampant gules. (F. Dering Roll same arms as DAVY

Marmion, Geoffrey, of Checkendon, Bucks,


bore, vair, three mascles 2

and

gules

Harl.

MS.

1481

fo. 71.

(iKKCOMVILE
1

alias

JERKAVII.E.
of Suffolk

Marmion,
rampant
Jenyns'

Sir

William
(F.
)

bore, at the
gules,
;

first

Mardestone, Sir Peers de,


1-".,

Dunstable tournament
vair

1308,

crowned or

n. Roll) bore, azure, two bars argent, on a chief gules a lyon passant (gardant H. 4033 /i5 b )or; Parly. Roll. See DENNARDESTON.

a lyon (uncrowned in

Knight

in

Suffolk Ordinary) ascribed to a Arundel Roll, and to Sir WILLIAM.


in Parly. Roll,

of co. Leic.

though
is

Mare, Mareli, Mareys, Mardac, v. de la Mare, Marley, Smareys, Murdac. JMarines, Thomas de (H. in. Roll) bore,
or, St.

MS. 6137
lyon
vert.

fo.

24, the field

in Harl. argent and the

tMarmion, Philip
sable, a
;

(H.

in.

Roll)

bore,

a cross engrailed gules.

(F.

Dering and

George

Rolls.

argent base (F.)Camden Roll.

sword erect in pale, point in chief Dering and Howard Rolls point in

MACLEAN OF
From
Drill/inland's

ROSS.
Sculptured

"

Monuments

in Tona."

33

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

Marnell, Stephen de
azure,

(H. in. Roll) bore,

Martinaux, Anketyn-(K.
argent, a cinquefoyle gules
;

in. Roll) bore,

on a chief
Roll.

or,

a lyon passant gules;


n.

Jenyns Ordinary.
(K.
i.

Howard

Marney, Robert -( R.
Marr, Earl of
crusily fitchee

Roll) bore, gules,

Martindale, William de
bore, harry (6) argent sable; Jenyns' Roll.

Roll)

and

gules,

a baston

a lyon rampant gardant argent; Wll.i.IAM differenced with a label (3) or; Surrey Roll.
(H. in.
Roll) bore,
;

azure,
fo.

*[Massie, Hu?h,of Coddington,


third.

and a bend or

Vincent 162

I33

h
.

In Norfolk Roll
or.
(Ivirl

azure, billettee

and
*

R. n. bore, first and fourth quarterly gules and or, in the of the canton a three fleurs-de-lys argent,
Shirley.]

a bend

K.
(K.
i.)

Marshall, The
;

of Pembroke) (H. in. Roll) bore, per pale or and vert a lyon rampant Rolls. Norfolk Howard and gules Glover,

Massinefberd, Lambert,

bore,

See Monumental Kffigy.

Marshall, William, banneret, baron

azure, three quatrefoyles (two and one) in chief a boar passant or, charged on the shoulder with a cross patee gules. Shirley.] F.

1309

bore, at the siege of Carlaverock 1300 (sealed the Barons' letter to the Pope 1301, pp. xviii, xxiv), and at the first Dunstable tournament 1308, gules a bend lozengy or (F.) (blasoned, Sire ANCF.I-, of engrailed) Parly. Roll. Norfolk, then differenced it with a label (3) Another Sire ANCKI. bore it undiffeargent. renced at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322 Ascribed also to JJoHN in (Parly. Roll). Define and Harl. Rolls variously blasoned and tricked as, a bend fusily or lozengy, or a bend of fusils or lozenges conjoined which The last appears to be the recognised form. Marshal of Ireland bore the bend argent
; ;

Massy, Sir Geoffrey,


Roll) bore, quarterly gules
crest.

of Tatton

and argent, a

(K. iv. label

with (5) azure of Tatton, is heir to Ballard Roll. also of MASSY


;

GEOFFREY BARTON. this cote of MASSKY and


|K.

Massy,

Hamond
;

in.

Roll)
.

bore,

quarterly gules and or in the first a lyon \noiher rampant argent Jenyns' Ordinary. cote is thus obscurely blasoned from the Howard Roll, bendy of" lozenges conjoined or and gules a lyon rampant table.
(R.
;

Massy, John
cross patonce or

n.

Roll)

bore, sable, a

Surrey Roll.

Jenyns' Ordinary.

Marshall, Sir Raffe


Roll) bore, or,

le, of Hants-(K. n. a cross moline gules, some;

Mateflon,
chevronny

Guy
(8) gules

de

-(H.
;

in.

and or

Howard

Roll) bore, Roll.

times blasoned recercelee

Parliamentary Roll.

Martell, Sir John,

of Kssex, Kt. (H. vi. Roll) bore, gules three niartels or, handles Arundel niartels Roll; argent (F.); argent for WAI.TKR, H. in. Norfolk Roll RicHARObore it or and gules Denng Roll. Sir AIIAM, of Berks, and RICHARD bore it sable
;

Mathew

Vorks. ), of Thornton Steward, (K. I. Roll) bore, gules, three martlets argent, Friz See Roll. tricked as martels Jenyns' STEVEN, of Thornton RUN!.
(
;

Mauduit, Sir John


stable tournament

and

argent. (F.

jMartel, Richard
three martels gules
;

Parly, (K.

and
i.

St.

George

Rolls.
or,

Roll)
Roll.

bore,

Dering

Martel, Sir John


a bend fusily or
;

(K. i. llarleian

Roll) bore, gules,

Roll
i.

same arms
Roll) bore,

as MARSHALL. Martell, Sir William-(K.

bore, at the first Dungules, three piles wavy meeting in base or. Undee or and carried by Le was "en lung" (F.) gules MAUDUYTat the battle of BoroughSire bridge 1322, i.e., paly wavy 16) or and gules tricked as three palets nebulee in Ashmple Roll for Sir JOHN of Swinford, and as three
1308.
. .
. ;

piles dancettee

meeting in base for Sir JOHN

argent, two bars gules and


teaux. -Harleian Roll.

in chief

three tor-

See MOKI.S.
of Kemeys, banneret, the battle of Falkirk

Martin, Sir William,


baron 1295
1298,

bore,

at

of Hants or Wilts, in Parly. Roll. JOHN, carried "gules" (sic) at the second Dunstable tournament 1334 apd in Jenyns' Roll (K. i.) paly undee (6) or and sable is ascribed
to another

WILLIAM MArnrvn
to the

argent,

two

bars gules (same as sealed the Barons' letter


xxiv.

JOHN.

Pope

1301. pp. xix,

Another Sir
See

Mauduit, Sir Roger, of


!x>re,

Northumberland

WILLIAM,
liezanty.

at

the battle of

differenced with a label (5) azure,


(F.I

lioroughbridge 1322,

also St.
1

MARTIN and

Guillim and Segar Rolls.

Martyne, Sir Waryne,


1-'.,
;

WIXTF.RSHI.'I.I.E. of co. Glouc.

n. Roll) bore, argent, two bars gules charged with three liezants Parly. Roll.

each

ermine, two bars gules (F. ); Parly, and \V.\i. TKR and \Vn.i.i \\i bore Nativity Rolls. Sir Wn.l.lAM MARTYN the field argent tears the same Glover and Jenyns' Rolls.
; ;

Mauduit, Sir John,

of Warminster,
.

and

Martyn, Warryn
ermine three bars

(H.

in.

Roll)

\Viu.i AM Cities. with alabel (5) azure; Howard Roll. and ROIIKRT took up the cross

bore, differenced

Thomasand azure,

(K.

in.

Rolls)

NICHOLAS
in the last

a bordure bezanty in lenyns' Ordinary), \shmole and St. George Rolls. THOMAS took up the cross
.

bore, checquy or gules (F.) (tricked

Crusade

1270.

in the last

Crusade

1270.

Kiiir.v

oi

WILLIAM MARSHALL, EARL OF PKMBROKK


I\
nil-;

TKMIM.K CHI-RCH.

From

tug.

Richar,hi>u.

SOME FEUDAL COATS

Of-'

ARMS.

'59

Maulare, William v. Mallory. bore, Mauley, Piers de(H. in. Roll) and St.
a maunch gules (.)
Rolls.
;

*[Maunsell, William le, 1287


vair,

bore, argent,

a chevron between three maunches sable.


Shirley.^
F.

Glover

George

Maurus, Aumeride
and DE MANES.

(H. in. Roll) bore,


)

Mauley,
1295

Sir Piers de, banneret, baron

1298, or, bore, at tne t uleof a bend sable (F.) and sealed the Barons Sir letter to the Pope 1301, pp. xviii, xxiv. ROBERT, or rather, perhaps. Sir PIERS (3rd Calais 1345-8. baron), bore it at the siege of

WWA

checquy or and azure, a chevron gules. (F. St. George Roll. Variously called DE F.RDERNE

Maurewarde, Thomas
;

-(R. n. Roll) bore, azure, a fess argent between three cinquefoylesor pierced Surrey Roll.
n. Roll) bore, argent,

and

Sir PIERS, banr.eret (4th


;

baron), bore
Roll.

it

at the siege of Rouen 1418 M.\UI.KV bore or, a bend Jenyns' Roll Le Sire with HIGOD, same as ROBERT sable

Arundel

In

Mause, William -(K.


sable;

semee of escallops gules and a lyon rampant

Howard

Roll.

FOSSARD. His brothers (i) ROBERT, Ixjre, on the tend, three eaglets displayed argent and (2) JOHN, bore on the bend, as many
dolphins
fo. 87.

quarterly

Mautas, William
Roll.

-(H.

in. Roll) bore, azure,


3, 3,
i

seven mascles conjoined

or

Howard.

embowed argent Harl. See following entries.


;

MS.

1481

Maveysyn, Guy
bars gules
;

(H. in. Roll) bore, or two.


Roll.

Howard

Mauley, Sir

de, of Yorkshire on a bend sable three (K. I. Roll) bore, or, and eaglets displayed argent (F.); Segar Harleian Rolls see Monumental K.frigy, and azure "Archawlogia," vol. 31, p. 47 -the bend in Ashmole Roll. Mauley, Sir John de,of Yorkshire (K. n. three dolphins Roll) bore, or, on a bend sable
;

Robert

JMaveysyn, Henry, John

and

Robert

(H. III. Roll) bore, gules, three bendlets argent; Dering, Howard and Surrey Rolls. JOHN GRELEY, carries the same.
(K. i. Roll) bore, masculy gules and ermine, on a quarter azure a cross tricked masculv and a cross recercel^e or
,

Mawburney

moline; Jenyns' Roll.

Parly. Roll. i. Mauley, Sir Ed. de, of Yorkshire (K.two tetween Roll) bore, or, on a bend sable three dolphins lyons rampant of the second, another embowed argent, Harleian Roll coat or. on a bend sable, three eight foyles

embowed

argent

Medhope

(F..
;

in. Roll) bore, ermine,

a.-

lyon rampant azure

Jenyns' Ordinary.

Meldone, Sir William


argent, a saltire sable
;

Ashmole

(K. in. Roll) bore, Roll.

(imperfectly drawn) argent

Harleian Roll.

Melise, Roger de

(H. in. Roll) bore, argent


;

Mauley, Sir

de, of Yorkshire IK. II. Roll) bore, or, -on a tend sable, three F. (Harl. MS. wyverns, tails nowed, argent
; ;

Edmond

two bars and in chief three escallops gules Arden Roll. See MALISE.
(E.
i.

Melsanby, Walter de
sable, Roll.

Roll) bore,
;

twogemelles and a chief argent

Jenyns'

4033 fo. 43'') three bunches of grapes argent F. Harl. MS. 6137, Parliamentary Roll. a (F.. I. Roll) bore, sable, Maunsell, chevron between three mullets pierced or;

John

Melton, John and William de


la-t
it is

|K. in. Roll) bore, azure, a cross patonce voided argent and in which Rolls, Cotgrave lenyns', Surrey,
;

Jenyns' Roll.

not voided.

Maunsell, Thomas and Sir William,


co.

of

Melton, John de
)

Glouc.

argent, a St. (F.);

(K. n. Roll) bore, label (3, 5) argent

gules, a fess

sometimes or

George and

Parly. Rolls, Jenyns'

Ordinary; Dering Roll.

ascribed to another

WILLIAM

in

-|F.. in. Roll) bore, argent, a cross patonce voided gules pece botonee. (F. Jenyns' Ordinary. Menclerk, Peres de (H. in. Roll) bore, azure, three cinquefoyles argent Norfolk Roll.
;

*Menell, Sir

MENYI.L, MEYNEI.L), of co. Cambridge bore, at the first Dunstable tournament 1308, vaire argent Sir GYLES, and sable, a label (3) gules. (K. bore it undifferencecl, and RICHARD bore the
(MI.NYLE,
)

Hugh

label

gobony

or

and

gules.

(F.

Jenyns'

Ordinary.

*Menill, Sir Nichol de,


neret.

SIR

ROBERT HE MAULEY.
E. n.

MINSTER, TEMP. (FORMERLY) IN YORK "

From

by TREMON (or TREVOR) two gemelles Mover Roll Guillim and Parly. Rolls.
Roll)
(

of VVhorlton, banat the battle three of Falkirk 1298, azure, gemelles and a and Roll St. chief or. George Jenyns' (F.) sealed the Karons' letter to the Ordinary 1301, pp. xxii, xxiv; borne also (H. III.

Karon Meinell, 1295 -bore,

Pope

pp.
in

MENYI.I.
Nobility,

in

the

Arcfueologia."

.vi >.!/

FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

ve-

Menell, Gilbert de
;

--(K. MI. Roll) bore, paly (6) argent and gules, on a bend sable three horse-shoes or Cotgrave Roll.

*Midelton, John of Northumberland, and William de (H. in. Roll) bore, quarterly
gules and or, in the first quarter a cro-s St. George patonce patee in blason) argent Roll and Jenyns' Ordinary. GII.HKK r (F. took up the cross in the last Crusade 1270.
(
; )

Menyle, Henry (K. and William, paly


Ordinary.

in. Roll) bore, paly (12)


(81

argent and
or.

tend azure three horse-shoes

gules',

on a

(K.)

Jenyns'

Midelton, Pieres de
argent,
fretty

(K.

in.

Roll) bore,
;

and a quarter sable

Jenyns'
Kt. -;

Menell, Ralph
;

(MKXVII.KI -|E. Roll) bore, vert, a lyon rampant argent crowned gules Jenyns' Ordinary. Same as JOHN Hi- sin.
1

Ordinary.

Milkeley, Sir Robert de,

of Herts,

TON.

(E. n. Rolljbore, gules, three chevronels argent Parliamentary Roll.

Menne, Nichol de-(H.

on a chief azure three lyonceux rampant argent. Arden and St. George Rolls; same as (F.) D'lNCULE.
:.

in. Roll) bore, or,

+Mingee,

Adam
;

de-(H.

in.

Roll) bore, or,

on a quarter azure, a cat-a-moumain's head erased argent Dering Roll.

Merc

Mynyot, John-(E.
Marke.
(K. in. Roll) bore,
Roll.

I.

Roll) bore, gules, three

Menteth, the Earl of


gules, a fess

helmets argent, crested or differenced with a label


tricked

ROGER
(3)

of Gallon azure; Jenyns'

d MtUlefrn,

checquy or and azure compony; Jenyns' Ordinary.

Missenden,Edmondde-(R.
or,
;

Meredith, Howell ap

(H. in. Roll) bore, paly (6) or and azure on a fess gules three mullets argent. St. (.) George Roll.
'

n. Roll)bore, a cross engrailed gules, in the dexter canton a raven proper Surrey Roll. See MCSSEXOKN.

'^Mitford,
fess

John

de,

R. n.

between three moles sable.

;Meremond, Geffrey de
copy.

(H. in. Roll)bore, argent two bars sable (F.) Dcring Roll; and in chief a mullet pierced gules, in the Ashmole

ROBERT took up
1270.

bore, argent, a F. Shirley.

the cross in the last Crusade

Moels, Sir .Tohn,


baron
1299
bore,
at

of Cadbury, banneret, the battle of Falkirk

tMereworth, William
Jenyns' Ordinary.

and (H. in. Roll) bore, argent, crusily sable and a chevron gules. (F.) Dering and Howard Rolls and

John

in chief three torteaux (F.) sealed the Barons' letter to the Pope 1301, pp. xx, xxiv borne also by JOHN MULES at the second Dunstable tournament
;

1298 argent, two bars gules,

'334

Arundel,

Meriett.Sir Johnde(MKRYi-:rror MKKIKI


of

by
)

Wilts. n. Roll) bore, (E. harry (6) or and sable (barry 8 in Ashmole). Sir JOHN, the nephew, differenced with a bend

Hants

or

to

ROGER in St. George NICHOLAS in Glover

Nobility, and Parly. Rolls, Roll mullets ascribed


;

Roll.

ermine
vert,

Parliamentary Roll.
(E. in. Roll) bore,
;

Mohaut v. Monhaute and Monthalt. Mohun, Sire John de, of Dunster, bansealed the Barons' letter to Heboreat the 1301, pp. xviii, xxiv. battle of Falkirk 1298, and at the siege of Carlaverock 1300, or, a cross engrailed sable when his son Sir (F.) JOHN (father ofSir JOHN, 2nd baron, K.G. and a founder) also bore it, with a label (3) gules Nobility, Arundel, and Ashmole Rolls. Sir REIG.VOI.D, knighted at the capitulation of Calais 1348 differenced it with a label (5) gobony argent and gules. .See also Tiles, Neath Abbey, p. ix.
neret,

Merton, Sir Richard


three bendlets argent argent and azure in Jenyns'

baron 1299

Ashmole

the

Roll

Pope

Ordinary.

Merville
Page
25.

r.

Henry le Sturmin.
r.

Meschines

Randolf Blondeville

Mesi, Robert de

(H. in. Roll) bore, gules a fess argent. (K.) Arden and St. George Rol!s reversed in Harl. MS. 6137 fo. 55, "Mezi"' fo. 82.

Metford(
tail

Mohun, Reginald
gules,

),

bore, or, a fess sable quarterly with, sable, a lyon

an Essex Knight (H. vi. Roll) gules, between three martlets

fourchee and

Roll.

renowee argent

rampant
Arundel

de-iK. in. Roll) bore, a maunch ermine Grimaldi Roll the maunch argent, in Glover Roll and so ascribed to WILLIAM differenced by a label (5)
;

azure

(F.

in St.

George

Roll.

Mohun, John de
Moigne
r.

Metham, Thomas

bore, at the second Uunstable tournament 1334, quarterly azure and argent a F. Surrev Roll fleur-de-]ys or. and Jenyns' Sir THOMAS in
(

(H. in. Roll) bore, gules, a maunch ermine, a rleur-de-lys issuant or. Howard Roll and Jenyns' Ordinary. (F.)

Moles

Moyne and Le Moigne.

Ordinary.

Ashmole

Roll, reversed in

Howard

Roll.

Metstede, Andrew-iK.
;

in. Roll) bore, quarterly or and gules four escallops counterchanged Jenyns' Ordinary.

Mette.Semkyn.of
bore, azure, on a
Ifiir-de-lys

Kent, Kt.-(H. vi
;

argent

tend or three mascles yules Arundel Roll.

Roll)
;

Meus
six

gryphons segream

Sir Godfrey de (Mi:vx)-bore, at Dumtable tournament 1308 azure


3. 2, i or. !>nt '

(F.)

Ascribed
le

SirJimX; Ashm

Middleton
tend
';

bore, gules, a lyon rampant argent, on a azure three Annul,.! Roll escallops or
;

a Yorkshire Knight -(H.

vi.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

141

Molcaster, Sir Robert


harry
in
(6)

(E. in. Roll) bore,


;
;

argent and gules, a baston azure Ashmole Roll. Burulee (12) as MONCASTRE

Monhaute Monthalt. Adam de (H. yMonhaxite, three over all


;
.

in. Roll) bore,


;

Surrey Roll.

Molcastre, Walter de

(H. in. Roll) bore, burulee (12) argent and gules, on a bend azure three escallops or. St. George and (F. ) Parliamentary Rolls tricked in the latter, barry 8 and 10 the bend sable.
of

a lyon rampant and Jenyns' Ordinary by Sir JAMES, of Lincolnshire, in Parliamentary Roll. JOHN and SIMON also took up the cross in the last Crusade 1270. Monmouth, Guy and John de (H. in.
argent, gules (F. borne also
) ;

gemelles

Howard

Roll

*Molesworth, Sir Walter de,


;

Hunts
gules
*

(E. II. Roll) bore, vair, a bordure F. crusily or 1'arlianientary Roll.

bore, or, three chevronels gules, over Roll) a fess azure (F.) (argent in Norfolk Roll and Jenyns' Ordy. ) Arden and Glover Rolls.
all
;

Moleyns, Sir John and Richard


Roll)

Monson, John,
ronels gules.

1378

(K. in.

Shirley.]

bore, or, F.

two chev1300, bore,

bore,

sable,

on

a chief azure three


;

lozenges conjoined gules Ashmole Roll and Jenyns' Ordinary the field azure, in the coat
carried by Lord Moi.EYNS, who the capitulation of Calais 1348.
(R.
;

Montagu,
;

Sir

Simon

de, baron

was

slain at

at the battle of Falkirk 1298, quarterly i and 4, argent, three lozenges conjoined in fess gules 2 and 3, azure, a gryphon segreant or
;

one of the
bore,
or,

earliest

Moleyns, John
three palets
II.

n.

Roll)

coat.

With

the

first

examples of a quarterly he sealed the Barons'


;

wavy gules Surrey Roll. Molington, Sir John de, of Suffolk


(E.

Roll)

bore,

argent,
;

two chevronels azure


azure, bezanty a chief argent
3, 2,

a fess between Parliamentary Roll.


(H. in. Roll) bore,

jMoloun, Symon de
rampant
gules in

letter to the Pope 1301, pp. xix, xxiv but at the siege of Carlaverock 1300 he carried the gryphon only, which is supposed to be the a male gryphon original arms of the family is ascribed to OSMOND in Jenyns' Roll.
;

i (sometimes platey) on (sometimes or) a demi-lyon issuant sable. (F. ) Dering Roll,

Montagu, Sir William,

baron 1317-18

Ashmole MS.
(K.

Molton v. Moton. *Molyneux, William


azure,

bore, at the first Dunstable tournament 1308, argent, three lozenges conjoined in fess gules (see Tiles, Neath Abbey, pp. vii and ix), as did WILLIAM (Earl of Salisbury 1337-44) at the

in.

Roll)
;

bore,

fer-de-moulin pierced or Jenyns' on an escutcheon Ordinary and Mallard Roll of pretence, the atchievement of Sir THOMAS of Sefton, in Ballard Roll unpierced in

second Dunstable tournament 1334 when Lyonel differenced with, a quarter gules. (F. )
;

At the siege of Calais 1345-8, Sir EDMUND differenced with a label or on each pendant an eagle displayed vert JOHN bore it within a
;

Jenyns' Roll.

F.

bordure sable in lieu of the label, Surrey Roll, and his son RICHARD of Stowe in Somerset
differenced with three pellets 2 and the bordure, Harl. MS. 1481 fo. 45.
i

Mompesson,
a

Sir Giles,
alyon

Roll) bore, argent, " "

sable,

of Norfolk (E. n. on his shoulder

in lieu

of

pynzon

or; Parliamentary Roll.


(E.
i.

Montagu, William,
(F.
)

de Mompesson, Giles "


argent twelve birds (? azure, beaked vert and

Roll) bore,
3, 3, 3, 2, i

pynzon")

membered

gules.

Segar

Roll.

M9nbocher, Bertram de

bore, siege of Carlaverock 1300, argent, three pitchers satle, a bordure of the second bezanty (F. ) (piles meeting in base gules (F.) in Harl. MS. b 6137 fo. 39 ) Sire BERTRAM bore the pitchers gules at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322 Surrey and Harleian Rolls piles as before in
; ; ;

at

the

2nd Earl of Salisbury K.<;., a founder bore, argent three 1344, lozenges conjoined in fess gules, quarterly with, gules, three armed legs Hexed and conjoined argent garnished or, for the lordship of Man, in Surrey Roll in the same Roll the quarters are also given in the reverse order. THOMAS, 4th Earl of Salisbury, 1409, K.G. bore, at the siege of Rouen 1418, argent three
;

Parliamentary Roll.

lozenges conjoined in fess Q&zsquarterlywith, MONTHEKMEK, or an eagle displayed vert. n. Roll) bore, Montagu, (E. ermine, three lozenges conjoined in fess gules

Edward

Raffe Monbocher, "


argent, three

IE.
"

i.
;

Roll)

bore,

Jenyns Ordinary.

possenetts

gules

Jenyns' Roll.

Montflchet, Richard de
Glover Roll.

Monchensi v. Munchensi. Monceaux, Hamond (E.


gules,
;

(H. in. Roll) bore, gules, three chevronels or, a label azure
;

I.

Roll) bore,

a cross recercelee (tricked moline) and an escallop or Jenyns' Roll.


in. Roll) bore,
fess argent,

Montfort, Simon

de,
;

Earl of

Leicester

Moncell, William de-(H.


gules, a
Roll.

a label

(5)

or

Howard

1230-65 bore, gules, a lyon rampant tail fourchee argent (F. ) Arden and Camden Rolls. Piiii.il' differenced with a label azure Norfolk Roll a coat with the tinctures reversed in Ashmole Roll.
;

142

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

Montfort, Sir Alexander, Sir John,


of Dorset,
|K.
III.

Sir

Lawrence

and

Thomas

Monthermer, Sir Raffe,


Gloucester and Hertford

banneret, Karl of

Roll) Ixire. argent, crnsily

gules and a

Iron rampant azure; Ashmole, Parliamentary, Grimaldi and Jenyns' Ordinary. Montfort, Sir John de, banneret bore, l>endy 10) or and azure; Parliamentary and Jenyns' Rolls. (J) I'IKKS (F. has (i) bendy of
(

128$ bore, at the battle of Falkirk 1298, or, an eagle displayed vert, and at the siege of Carlaverock i3OO,'or, three chevronels gules for CI.AKK, Karl of Gloucester,

though he was then vested


at

arms as borne
eagle, the pp. xvi, xxiv.
;
.

in his own Falkirk. Sealed, with an Barons' letter to the Pope 1301,

C'amden Roll, (2) or, four bendlets sinister azure in Dering and Arden Rolls, and (3) azure six bendlets or, in Segar Roll. Montfort, Robert and Sir William (F. in. Roll) bore, l>endy (10) or and u/urea laljel (5) gules (azure in St. George) Dering and
12 in
;

See Tiles, Neath Abbey,


-

p. vli.

Montjoy Mountjoy. Montmorency, John de


bore,
or,
;

(H. in.

Roll)

gules

poudree of eagles azure, a cross Norfolk Roll.


(E. in.
Roll.

Howard Rolls; alabel (3) gules for Sir Wn. MAM, of Surrey or Sussex Parliamentary Roll.
;

Montryvell
a lyon
argent
;

Roll)

bore, azure,

tail

fourchee or, armed and crowned

Montfort, Sir John


azure, three bendlets or
;

Cotgrave

(K.

in.

Roll) bore,
;

Guillim Roll; another

Moran, Sir Thomas

four!)endletsor,alat>el(3)gules; Ashmole Roll or, four bendlets azure H. 6. Nobility Roll.


;

-(K. in. Roll) bore, argent, on a fess sable three six-foyles pierced or, in chief a lyon passant gules Ashmole Roll.
;

Montfort, Sir John, banneret


lx>re,

barry undee (10) argent


Roll.
F.

(H. VI. Roll) and azure;

Arundel

Murdac. *[Mordaunt, William


v.

Mordac

Montfort, Sir
Atkinson Roll.

(H. \i. Roll) bore, argent, on a chief azure two fleurs-de-lys or

W.

E. i.) bore, (25 argent, a chevron between three estoiles sable. E. Shirley. ]

Montford, John de
T.\C;XK),
ft

(otherwise m: BKKDuke of Kritanny, Karl of Richmond

More v. de la More. More (E. in. Roll)


dancettee
(3)

bore, argent, a fess

paly

(6)

or
;

bore, checquy or and azure bordure of England, over all a canton K. fo. See BKKTAOXK. ermine; 398 35. 1372, K.<;. 1376

three spur-rowells sable

and gules, between Ashmole Roll.


K.
in.

More, Sir Thomas


gules, Roll.

Roll)
;

bore,

a bend argent

billettee sable

Ashmole

Mon(tford),
1422-60
;

le

bendlets azure;

MONTHKKMKK Montgomery, Adam de (H.


more
like
Ijore, or, three

de bore, or four Nobility Roll. temp. H. VI.


in Roll.

Count

Same as MOKKKWKS. Morell, Sir Williani bore,


of

at the battle

in.

Roll)
)
;

Boroughbridge I3~22, azure, florettee or, a demi-lyon (rampant) couped argent, over all a bend gules. E.

(Hltrt't

lyons passant in pale sable (F.

Arden and

St.

George

Rolls.

Moresby, Sir
Ashmole
Ordinary.

Montgomery, John
;

(K. in. Roll) bore, argent, a cross engi ailed between four mullets F. gules Jenyns' Ordinary. in.

sable a cross or, a cinquefoyle pierced argent Roll. six-foyle tricked in Jenyns'

Hu?h
A

(E.

in.

Roll) bore,
;

Morgan
Roll)

),

a Kentish

Montgomery, John
;

Knight

(H.

vi.

(K. Roll) bore, gules, a false escocheon ermine, within an orleof horse-shoes argent, nailed sable Jenyns' Ordinary the same is ascribed to WILLIAM in the
;

sable, a chevron between three spear-heads erect argent ; Arundel Roll.

bore,

Morley, Sir William,


1299

Glover Roll, and is blasoned ermine, a bordure gules, entoyre of horse-shoes argent nailed sable in Arden Roll the tinctures are argent
;

of Norfolk, baron bore, at the battle .of Ealkirk 1298, argent, a lyon rampant tail fourchee sable-

crowned

or, in Parly,

and Segar

Rolls.

gules or and sable.

Morley, Sir Robert de


)

Montgomery,

Sir

William de

(of

or Notts) bore, at the battle of Boroughbridge borne 1322, or, an eagle displayed azure (K.) also by Sir JOHN at the of Calais 1345-8, siege and also by Niroi. and Sir WAI.TKR.
;

Derby

bore, at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322, argent, a lyon rampant sable crowned or (F. Another Sir ROHKKT bore the same at the siege of Calais 1345-8 borne also by THOMAS, 4th Lord, K.G. father of THOMAS (5th Lord) who bore it at the siege of Rouen 1418 Surrey Roll and Jenyns'
;
,

Monthalt.Sir Roger (Men MI. MI


;

IIATT,

Ordinary.

MI-MIAI-T) baron 1295 (H. in. Roll) -bore, a/ui<-, a lyim rampant argent; Glover and Howard Rolls his brother Sir ROBKRT, banneret, baron 1299, bore the same at the battle
of Falkirk 1298, and at the siege of Cm-laverock 1300 (sealed the Barons' letter to the

Morley, Robert de
argent, a lyon
Roll.

iR.

n.

Rol

bore,
;

Surrey lyon rampant argent, a baston gules


Roll.

rampant sable, a label (3) gules Another RORKKT bore, sable, a


;

Cotgr.iu-

Pope 1301, pp. xvii, xxiv) Nobility, Parly. and Arundel Rolls, (lolix OSTON bore the
;

Mme.
and
field

JOHN
also

differenced
a Rolls,

it

with a label
(5)

(3) or,

Jenyns' Ordinary;
St.
in-,

label

gules,

Arden

George
ill

and so also with the


(MOMIAUI.T), of

Anli-n Roll.

(K. in. Roll) face or jessant-de-lys argent Jcnyns' Irdinary. (K. in. Roll) bore, sable, a Mor(r)ice, saltire engrailed argent on an I-;. I', the arms of the Karl of Ulster viz., or, a cross gules
;

Morley, John de,


(

of bore, sable, a leopard's

Craven

John

Monthalt, Sir
Masenden
azure, a lyon

Andrew

Jenyiii' Ordinary.

bate, at the siege of Calais 1345-8, rampant arg.-nt, a bordure or. F.


;
.

Morice, John iMoKYs


dillai v.

or

NOKYS)
;

(K.

in.

Monthaute Monhaute. Monthermer, Sir Edward,


the capitulation of Calais
;

Roll) bore, azure, billettee and celee argent moline in trick

a cross recerJenyns' Or-

knighted at 1348 -bore, or, an eagle displayed vert, on a bordure gules 8 or 10 lyons of England (F.) Ashmole Roll. Ascribed 'another EDWARD (F.) without the bordure in Jenyns Ordinary.
1

Morieus, Sir
(K.

n.
I

berry

de, of Suffolk, Kt. Roll bore, azure thro nieure- (mulor leaves See MuKIKI,!.. Parly. Roll.
i

Hugh
;

Mor(r)eres, William de
bore, ermine,
(E.)
;

on Arden and

St.

IH. in. Roll) a fess or four bendlets azure Rolls. George

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

'43

****]
J"M

t*
s*mrr I Hm,
Morrewes, Thomas
|R. n. Roll) bore, Surrey gules, a bend argent billettee sable Roll. Same as Sir THOMAS MORE.
;

(Pen*. "' >

Mortimer, Sir Roger,


1307, bore,

escocheon ermine

JMoristone, Bartholomew de
bore, Roll), birds or (F.
j
;

|H. in. three argent, on a chief gules

Dering and Howard Rolls.

Morritone, William de, v. Morteyn. Morteyn Norteyn, or Norton. Morteyn, Robert de, and William de
-.'.
;

(H. ill. Roll) bore, ermine a chief gules; called MORKITONK Glover and Jenyns' Rolls Sir JOHN, of Beds (F.) in St. George Roll. indented Parly. chief bore the II. (E. Roll),
;

a baron the in|F. (wrongly argent in the at the battle of Falkirk Nobility Roll) 1298 and at the siege of Carlaverock 1300; sealed the Barons' letter to the Pope 1301, pp. xviii, xxiv see also Harl. MS. 1481^33, 66. Th-i field is as often as not tricked the reverse and bars (3) rather than barry. The seals of FDMUND and ROGER show one palet only on the chief. of Chirki-,

MORTIMER'S arms with


)

Mortimer, Hugh, lord of Chilmarsh, to EDMUND above-named, bore, at the

uncle

Roll.

Morteyne, Sir Roger,

banneret
)

bore, at

the siege of Carlaverock 1300, or, six lyonceux rampant 3, 2, i azure sable (F. in Harl. MS.

of Boroughbridge 1322, MORTIMER'S and gules the inescocheon argent Harl. MS. 1481 ff 33, 66; ascribed also to Sii HENRY of Herefordshire in the Parly. Roll the reverse, gules and or, ascribed to JOHN,
in

battle arms -or

6137 fo. 39, and in Arundel and Parly. Rolls, where the tails are fourchee.
(K.
i.

Norfolk and

St.

George

Rolls:
le fiz

Morteyn, Sir Roger


azure, three lyons
or)
;

Roll)

bore,

Mortimer, Sir Roger de,

(/ROGER,
'

rampant argent (sometimes,

Guillim Roll.

Moton, Sir William


and Surrey
Rolls.

(K. in. Roll) bore, azure Ashmole argent, a cinquefoyle pierced


;

2nd baron) of Herefordshire, bore, at the first Dunstable tournament 1308. MORTIMER'S arms or and azure, the inescocheon (argent) charged with a lyon rampant purpure (F. I; Parlv. Roll. HENRY bore the reverse azure and or, the inescocheon (argent) billettfe sable Arden
;

Mortimer,

Attleborough, baron 1294 l>ore, or, florettee sable, Nobility Roll; his son, Sir CONSTAXTINK, bore the same 3, 2, i at the first Dunstable tournament at the battle of 1308, and as florettee (F. Wn.Boroughbridge 1322. Ascribed also to
)

William,

of

Roll.

Mortimer, Raf de--iH.


MORTIMER'S arms
;

in.

sable

and or

Roll) bore, the inesco-

cheon argent

Arden

Roll.

I.IAM in

Arden and

St.

George

Rolls.

In the

Mote ;. De
Moton,
argent,

la Mote.

Roll, the coat also occurs differenced with a label (3) gules; another, with a bordure

Ashmole

Sir
a.

William
Rolls.

iK.

in.

Roll) bore,
;

cinquefoyle pierced azure

Ashmole
|

engrailed argent.

and Surrey
at

Mortimer, John

bore, at the second Dunstable tournament 13)4, as also. Sir WII.I.IAM, of Calais 1348, knighted at the capitulation azure, Horettee argent.

Moton, Sir William

(or MOI.'IMNI, knighted

Mortimer, Henry de,

of Foxcote

(H. in.

the capitulation of Calais 1348 bofe, argent, crusily and three fiVurs-de-lys within a bordure engrailed all sable.
1

I '.

azure five escalRoll) bore, argent on a cross Arden Roll. WII.I.IAM, lops of the field; bore the escallops or IF.), in St. George Roll.
of Richard's Castle, baron 1299 -bore, at the (F.) battle of Falkirk 1298, and at the siege of Carlaverock Ascribed bars vair. (F. 1300, gules, two also to JOHN in Jenyns' Ordinary anil to

Moulton

f.

Multon.
-(K. in. Roll) bore,
;

Moulton, SirEdmond
Moulton, Thomas de
azure.

Mortimer, Sir

Hugh

de,

azure a cross patonce voided argent Roll. See Ml'I.TON.

Ashmole

-bore, at the second Dunstable tournament 1334, gules, a baston See MULTON.

ROBKRT

(J) in

Dering

Roll.

F.

Mortimer, Robert de-(H.


barry or and vert florettee
;

in. Roll) bore,

Mounce,
azure
;

Sir Eble

or

Ellis de

(K.

n.

Norfolk Roll.

Roll) bore, or,

Mortimer, Walron
-

0V /J-wt ** f+H.

(K. in. Roll) bore, on a chief of the last argent, two bars gules, three six-foyles of the first cinquefoyles in the trick
;

a bend cotised gules, a labeL(3) Parliamentary Roll.

Mounceaux, Hamond
;

Jenyns' Ordinary.

-(F. i. Roll) bore, gules a cross recercelt:e (molinc, in trick) and an escallop or Jenyns' Roll.
-'.

Mortimer, William de
"tiles, crusily or,

two bars

(K. in. Roll) bore, Arden Roll. vair


;

Mounchensi

Munchensi.

Mortimer, Sir William, banneret


Roll)

(H. vi.

bore, gules, a cross flory or, Arundel in which the name is doubtful, perhaps LATVMKR is intended.

Mouncy,
)

Sir Walter de, baron 1299- bore,

Roll

Mortimer, Edmund,

of Wigmore, baron ROGER his father, barry (6) 1295 -bore, as did or and azure, on a chief of the first three two esquires based of the palets between second, over all an inescocheon argent (sealed the Barons' letter to the Pope 1301, pp. xv, xxiv|; Camden and Guillim Rolls. [EDMUND, quartered last F.arl of March and Ulster, K.B. DE BUKGH or, a cross gules; Surrey Roll.] His brethren differenced with a baston, and (1) Sir WII.I.IAM with a saltire over all (2) Sir GEOFFREY, also to Sir JOHN of ascribed gules (F.); Herefordshire in Parly. Roll.
;

at the battle of Falkirk 1298 and at the siege of Carlaverock 1 300, chccquyargent and gules. (F. Nobility and Guillim Rolls; sealed the Karons' letter to the Pope, 1301, pp. xxii, xxiv. -|K. in. Roll) bore,
.

Mounferant, Hubert
pa'y
(6)

argent and sable, on a chief gules three six-foyles or, cinquefojlcs in trick Icnyns' Ordinary.
;

4-Mounteney, Sir Ernaud (MUNCENI), of Kssex, and tRobert (H. III. Roll) bore,
-

azure, a

bend between

six martlets or

Glover

and Howard
;

Rolls. Sir JOHN, differenced with a mullet gules at the first Dunstable tournament 1308 St. George Roll, attributes a label
(5)

gules to KKX.U-I).

"44

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

HERALDIC ACHIEVEMENT, ORIGINALLY OUTSIDE THE DOGE'S PALACE, VENICE,


ATTRIBUTE.
IN

THE

"

ARCHA:OI.OGIA," 1842, VOL. xxix., App. 387, TO

THOMAS MOWBRAY, DUKE OF NORFOLK,


Mr.
(

WHO
Henry

DIED
iv.

1400.

ourthope, Somerset Herald, regarded

this rather as a

memorial of a

visit of

as Earl of Derby.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF AKMS.

'45

Mouiiteney, Sir
the
battle

bend between
Roll
;

de bore, at of Horoughbridge 1322, gules, a six martlets or. (F.) Parly. ascribed to JOHN also in Surrey Roll.
bore,
at

Thomas

Moyne, John

(E. I. Roll) bore, argent, a liend between six mullets gules Jenyns' Roll.
;

Mountenev, Sir John de


battle of
cotisecl

Moyn, John,
;

VEI.

Movx

the
last.

Horoughbridge 1322, gules, a bend


martlets of the
Roll.

argent a canton gules Howard Roll. culy

(H. in. Roll) bore, the field diapered mas(E. in. Roll) bore,

or between six

(F.)

Ashmole MS. and Parliamentary

Moyle, Sir Thomas le


argent,

Ascribed to
K

THOMAS
bend

in

on a canton
;

Jenyns' Ordinary.

gules a lyon
Roll.

gardant or

Ashmole

passant

iMounteney, Robert de
bore, azure, a
or.

(H.

in.

(F.

Dering

Roll) Roll.

Moyle, Sir William


argent
;

Mounteney, John
over
all

Roll) l>ore, vaire argent

and Rauffe (F,. in. and sable, a chief or


1

le, of Hunts. (E. n. Roll) bore, azure, crusily and a fess dancettee

Parliamentary Roll.

a barton gules
v.

Jenyns Ordinary.

F.

Moyne, "William
Ordinary.
F.

(MOIGNE)

(E.

Mountfort

Montford.
(H. in. Roll) bore,
(F.
)

bore, argent, two bars and in mullets (6) sable; Surrey Roll

in. Roll) chief three

and Jenyns'

fMountjoy, Stephen de
gules, three inescocheons or. Howard Rolls.

Dering and
bore,
at

Mules, John

Mowbrav,
the
first

Sir John,

banneret
;

bore, at the second Dunstable tournament 1334, argent, two bars gules, on a chief of the last three torteaux. See MOELS.
(

Dunstable tournament 1308, gules, a


;

Neath Abbey, p. ix. Ascribed to ROGER (J) in Dering Roll, in Arden Roll to ROBERT (possibly in error for ROGER), and in the Arundel Roll
Sir PHILIP, of banneret. Scotland, differenced with a bend "engrele" sable Nativity Roll.

borne also by his lyon rampant argent (F.) father, ROGER, of Axholme, baron 1295 See also Tiles, Nobility and Parly. Rolls.

Mulso
bore,

),

a Suffolk Kt.
;

(H. vi.

Roll)

ermine on a bend sable three goats' heads erased argent, horned or Arundel Roll.

Multon, Sir Thomas de,


banneret,

to

Sir

THOMAS,

Mowforay, Sr. de, the Karl Marshal (THOMAS,


, ;

K.G. Duke of Norfolk 1397-8) bore, England, differenced with a label (5) argent quarterly with, gules a lyon rampant argent Surrey Roll. Another coat in the same Roll attributed to THOMAS MOWBRAV, is England differenced with a label (3) argent charged with three eagles displayed of the first quarterly with, gules, a lyon rampant argent, a label (3) azure.

of Egremont, baron 1299 bore, at the battle of Falkirk- 1298, harry argent and gules (F.): sealed the Barons' letter to the Pope 1301, pp. xviii.xxiv; and bore, at the siege of Carlaverock 1300, argent, three bars gules (F. (no doubt his banner was the same on both occasions,
)
;

Falkirk seems in error) Arundel, (ilover and Xobilitv Rolls (reversed in Arden, Guillim and St. George Rolls). The latter coat borne also by RAFFE, of Egremont and Tebauld Howard Roll and Jenyns Ordinary, and at the second Dunstable tournament 1334,

though

by JOHN.

jMowin, John
(F.)

(H. in. Roll) bore, argent, three cinquefoyles pierced and a quarter gules.

Multon, Thomas de,

Dering

Roll.

f-Moyne, Berenger le

(E. in. Roll) bore, argent, a cross patonce (vel patee) gules, flory same as HENRY COI.VII.E Jenyns' in trick reversed in Segar Roll, Ordinary; colours " LE MOVE." F. there called
;

of Frankton, bore, at the second Dunstable tournament 1334 (argent three bars) gules, a baston azure {gules, three bars argent in Cotgrave Roll, and so in AshTHOMAS of mole, with the baston azure) Gillesland differenced with a label (3) vert (no
;

baston), Jenyns' Ordinary (no label in Cot-

grave Roll), and with a label sable

THOMAS

I.E

FORRESTIER

Glover Roll.

Moyne, Jacques
Suffolk
(E.
Roll.
H.
;

le and

Sir John,

of

Roll)
F.

bore, or a

saltire en-

Multon, John,
;

grailed gules

Jenyns' Ordinary and Parlia(E. HI. Roll) bore, or, Ashmole Roll. F.

mentary

of Frankton (E. ill. Roll) bore, gules, three bars argent, in chief as many crescents or Jenyns' Ordinary. F.
(E. in. Roll) bore, sable

Moyne,

Sir

John
;

Multon, John de
three bars, in chief as

three bars vert

many
(E.

annulets

all

argent

Moyne, John
(F.)

le (MOINS)
i

Jenyns' Ordinary.

F. in. Roll) label (3)

bore, azure, six martlets 3, 2,

(H. in. Roll) or Arden Roll.


;

Ascribed to
Koll.

HENRV

Multon, Thomas
argent,

IJE

APPI.EBV

in St.

two bars

gules,

here, vert

George

Jenyns' Ordinary.

46

.sv >.)/

FEUDAL COATS OF

AR.IfS.

Multon, Thomas de,

of Gillesland, baron 1307 bore (Yaux, i.e.), checquy or and gules Nobility Roll 1310 and Parliamentary Roll according to Cotgrave Roll he subsequently bore argent three bars gules a label (3)
;
;

Munchensi, Sir Warren de


;

(E. i. Roll) bore, or, three inescocheons bendy (6) vuir and gules Grimaldi Roll and Jenyns' Ordinary.

Munchensi, Sir William de

added in Jenyns' Ordinary, see above; Arden and St. George Rolls ascrite the Yaux coat to HUBKRT DE MOI.KTONE. F.
vert
is

n. (K. Roll) bore, lozengy vair and gules (F.) Parly. Roll, Harl. MS. 4033 fo. 51.

JMuncy, John de
a

(H. in. Roll) bore, gules,

Multon, Sir James and Sir Thomas,


both of Lincolnshire (E. II. Roll) bore, checquy, or and sable (F.)| Harleian, Parly,

maunch

or (F.

Dering and Howard Rolls.


bore,

Murdac, Sir Thomas, of Northants


at the
first
;

and Segar

Rolls.

Multon, Sir
Roll.

Edmond

(E. in. Roll) bore,


;

azure a cross patonce voided argent

Ashmole

Dunstable tournament 1308, or, Borne also by Parly. Roll. fretty sable (F.) Sir JOHN at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322, and by another Sir JOHN who was knighted at
Surrey and H.

Ashmole and the capitulation of Calais 1348 VI. Nobility Rolls ascribed
; ;

ia.jMuncells, William, or MUNCEI.TH) CBU8, (H.


argent, a bend sable
(F. );

Walran
in.

to

WILLIAM

in St.

George

Roll.

(MUNbore,

Roll)

Muriell, Thomas,
Jenyns' Ordinary.

of Scremby

(E. in. Roll)


'

and Camden

Dering, Howard,

Rolls.

See

Muxcv.
and

roses bore, argent a chevron between three " crochees sable, Catherine wheels in trick
' ;

F.

4-Munceny, Ernulphus

Robert

v.

Mounteney.
Munchensi, Sir Richard de
chevron
bore, at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322, argent, a between three billets azure (F.); ascribed to RAFFE, the billets sable in Jenyns'

JMusard, Raufde
plates (F.) George Rolls.

three

(H. in. Roll) bore, gules Daring, Howard and St.

Muscegros, John

and
;

Robert HE.
;

i.

Ordinary.

Camden Roll) bore, or, a lyon rampant gules Roll and Jenyns' Ordinary apparently borne also by GRIFFITH LE FITZ and by

OWEN
i.

Munchensi, Rauf de

WILLIAM POLE.
gules,
(F.)
;

(H. in. Roll) bore,


;
; ;

St. George Roll quarterly sable and or (F.) differenced with a mullet (6) argent Arden

Muscegros, John de
a lyon rampant Segar Roll.
or,

(E.

Roll)
(6)

bore,

a label

azure

Munchensi, Randolph HE.


gyronny
(8)

in. Roll)bore

*Muegrave, Sir Thomas


bore, azure, six annulets 3, Roll and Jenyns' Ordinary.
2,

(E.
i

in.
;

Roll)

ermine, Jenyns' Ordinary.

sable and or, an inescocheon a mullet (6) gules, tricked sable;


F.

or

Ashmole

F.

Mussenden, Edmond de-(R.


;

Munchensi, Sir "William, of Herts -(E. n. Roll) bore, burulee (14) argent and azure. Sir
differenced with a label (3) gules. Parly. Roll harry of 8 Harl. MS. 6137 fo. 13; bnrrv of 10 in Jenyns' Ordinary.
;

RANDOLPH

n. Roll) bore, or, a cross engrailed gules, a Cornish Sir THOMAS, chough proper Surrey Roll. slain at the siege of Calais 1347, bore the field F. argent and a martlet sable.

Mustell,
platey
St.

Munchensi, Walter-(H.
six in St.

in. argent, seven barrulets azure (F.)

Roll)

Arden

bore, Roll,

and a quarter ermine George Rolls.

Henry

(H. in. Roll) bore, sable,


(F.
)
;

Ardan and

George

Roll.

Mustone, William de
i.
; ;

tMunchensi, William de-(E.

Roll) bore, or, three inescocheons vair(F.) Camden Roll. Roll the inescocheons are Inhering harry (6)1 vair and gules, and are so ascribed
to

(E. i. Roll) bore, argent, a chevron between three crosses putec sable -patonce in trick Jenyns' Roll.

Myland, Amary de
sable, billettee

\VAUKKN

in

Glover and Howard

Rolls.

(H. in. Roll) bore, and a lyon rani pant tail fourchee See Norfolk Roll. NEIKNVYYST. argent;

*-

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

'47

Here fell Leofwine and Gyrth,

the brothers of

King Harold"

After the Bayeux Tapestry.

N O
Nalinghurst
z<.

Naylyngest.
K.G. bore, or.

Nevill,
at

John

the second

de, of Hornby, Yorks. Dunstable tournament


(F.)

bore,
1334,

Namar,
;

1370 a lyon rampant sable, oppressed by a baston gules K. 398 fo. 57. Naneovenant, Sir Geoffrey, of Lincolnshire (E. II. Roll) bore, argent, a bend sable, cotised gules Parliamentary Roll and Jenyns'
;

Sir Robert,

argent, a saltire gules.

Ascribed also to

GKFFRKY
shire
lys

ROBEKT of George Hornby, in Jenyns' Ordinary, and to Sir JOHN Guillim and Parly. Rolls. JOHN of Lincolnin St.

Roll, to

bore the same between four fleurs-deazure Jenyns' Ordinary same as THOMAS
;

Ordinary.

HARI.ESTONE.

Napton, John de
on a
'

(E. in. Roll) bore, or, Harfess azure three escallops argent
;

Nevill, Raff,
gules,

leian Roll

and Jenyns' Ordinary.


(

[Narburgh
(F.)

bore, ermine a chief gules.

Arden Roll

added

in

" a newe hand."]


(K.
;

Naunton, Bartholomew de
bore, sable, three martlets argent

i.

Roll)

Ashmole

and Jenyns'

Rolls.

Nautur

v.

Vautur.

Naylyngest, Sir
;

of Essex, Kt. (H. VI. Roll) bore, gules, a cross engrailed or with a bend sable cotised quarterly argent, or Arundel Roll.
(or

Hew,

Neirnwyst, Sir John


;

NKYKMIST), of

Bucks (E. II. Roll) bore, sable, billettee and a lyon rampant argent Parliamentary Roll.

Nele,

John de
and

(12) argent Roll.

azure, a

(H. in. Roll) bore, burulee bend gules; Howard (H.


III.

of Raby, baron 1295 bore, argent Nobility Roll sealed the Barons' letter to the Pope 1301, pp. xviii, xxiv. Borne by JOHN, 3rd Lord Nevill of Raby, K.G. 1369, see title page, and at the siege of Rouen 1418 by RALPH, Earl of Westmoreland, K.G. see Monumental Effigy ascribed also to Sir RANDOLPH, banneret, in Arundel Roll, and and to to ROBERT of Raby, in Grimaldi Roll another ROBERT} in Dering Roll. RICHARD, K.G. 1436, Earl of Salisbury (and his son RICHARD, K.G. Earl of Warwick), differenced, with a label (3) gobony argent and azure, his brother (a\ WILLIAM, lord FAUCONBERG, with a mullet sable, (*) his brother GEORGE, lord LATIMER, with a pellet, and (c] his brother *EDWARD, lord of Abergavenny, with a rose Harl. MS. 1418 fo. 49 b gules. (F.) of Condal differenced with (1) ALEXANDER a mullet pierced sable Surrey Roll and Jenyns'

saltire

Ordinary.
(2)

ALEXANDER
JOHN Ashmole

of
;

Raskelfe

differenced
(3)

Nele,

Rauf de
;

with a martlet gules


Roll) bore,

gules,
(F.)

(3) Sir

differenced
Roll.

Jenyns' Ordinary. with a label

two fish (?eel) hauriant addorsed argent. Dering Roll or, in Ashmole MS.

azure
(4)
;

Nelson, Henry
(6)

le (H. in. Roll) bore, paly argent and purpure a bend (new put in with colours) vaire or and sable. (F. ) Arden Roll paly argent and sable in Add. MS. 4965.
(or

differenced with an annulet sable Ashmole Roll differenced with a mullet (5) Sir ROBERT Ashmole Roll. sable (6) THOMAS, differenced as ALEXANDER of
Sir
;

RALPH

Raskelf
(7)

Surrey Roll.
differenced

Nerford, John de

NKIRFORD)

bore, at

WILLIAM,
;

with

saltire

the second Dunstable tournament 1334, gules, a lyon rampant ermine. (F.) Borne also by Sir WILLIAM of Norfolk (probably father of JOHN), summoned to advise on the affairs of the realm 1294, 1297. See also WILLIAM in

azure

Surrey Roll.

Nevile,
stable

Rauf de

tournament "engrele" argent.

bore, at the second Dunsaltirt* 1334, gules, a


F.

Dering

Roll.

Nertoft, Sir

Adam

Roll) bore, sable, a lyon mentary Roll.

de, of Kssex rampant or

(E. 11. Parlia-

jNervile, Laurence, and Sir Jarvis (or (H. in. Rolll JAMES NF.VILK), of Sussex
bore, gules crusily two hunting-horns addorsed

or

{F. F.

trumpets

or
Rolls.

hautboys;

Dering,

Arden and Howard

Nevesfeld, Sir

de, of Essex (E. H. Roll) bore, vert, an eagle displayed or; Parliamentary Roll. See STEINKFKLD.
(K.
i.

Guy

Neville, Geffray de

Roll) bore, or,


(F.
)

une nief, maste, cables and phane sable. Grimaldi Roll.

(V^&Vvb'

48

SOME FEUDAL

COATS OF ARMS.

Nevill,
PVK.U.K iK. in. Roll) Nevil, Lori gules, a saltire ermine; Jenyns' Ordi1 ,

Robert, m

(H. in. le, i.i. FOKKKSTIKR Roll) bore, or, crusily sable, a Ix-nd gules Glover Roll. See above.

John

nary.

Nevile,

Tebaud de

(Xi.n n.i.)-(H.

in.

Roll) bore, azure,

crusily three garbs argent

Nevil,

de--(K. Segar Roll JollN UK V.M'TUK.


saltirc or
;

John

i.

Roll) bore, gules, a the reverse borne by

crusily or,

banded gules (K.); St. George Roll another and .1 chief argent, added.
Rutland
three
(K.
II.

Nevile, Sir Theobald de,

Nevile, Sir
Essex (H.

Huph.
in.
I

Uinncret, and
bore,

John,
a

of

Roll)

bore,
;
;

kolli

a/ure,

lyon

fleurs-de-lys

argent

of Northants or azure, crusily Roll Parly.


Ilarl.

F.I Arundel and Norfolk Rolls rampant or. and Jenyns' Ordinary.

leopards' faces jessant-de-lys


fo. 23.

MS. 6137

Nevill, John,
;

" the forester" (E. in. Roll) bore, gules, a lyon rampant argent guttee de See below. poix Jenyns' Ordinary. of Lincolnshire (K. 11. Roll) bore, argent, a fess dancettee gules, .1 sable. a bordure (K. Parly. Roll sable ln-zantt'e no !x:nd), Jenyns' Ordinary.

Nevile, Sir John de,


land
(K.
II.

of Xorthants or Kin-

Roll)

bore, gules, crusily


;

and

three fleurs-de-lys argent

Parly. Roll.
Roll) tore, gules, faces jessant;

Neville, Sir Philip,

Nevill,
Roll.

Henry
on the

(H.
first,

in.

tnd

crusily litchee

and three leopards'

de-lys or,

a crescent azure

Surrey

Neville, Sir Philip, of

co. Leic. (K. n. Roll) bore, gules, five fusils conjoined in fess in chief three mullets or. Sir argent, (K. KirHAKI). differenced with a label (3) a/lire
I ;

Nevyll, John

(H. in. Roll) bore, gu'es, crusily fitch^e or three leopards' faces of the last jessant-de-lys argent Surrey Roll.
;

instead of the mullets

Parliamentary Roll.
(or

Newborough, Robert de

bore,

at

the

Nevile, Sir Roger

ROBKRT)

)>ore,

at

the siege of Calais 1345-8, gules, a fess daneettee argent, a bordure indented or. (K. ) .Vcribed to Sir RORKKT, of co. Leic. in I'arly. Roll.
,

second Dunstable tournament 1334, bendy 16) or and azure, a bordure engrelee gules (K. ) Borne also by Sir ROBF.RT, knighted at the
capitulation of Calais 1348.

Newby, John de
on a
Roll.
fess

(K.

i.

Neville, Sir Philip


I

bore, at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322. gules, a chief engrailed (daneettee in trick argent, within a bordure

argent three roses gules

Roll) bore, sable lenvns'


;

indented (engrailed in trick) or a label (3) azure each file charged with 2 bars of the second, blasoned, Ixirruly of the second and
azure.
K.

Newenham,
all

Sir

IE, n. Roll) bore,

John de, of Surreyargent a cross gules over


;

a bendlet azure

I'arlv.

Roll.

Newenton,
(E.
II.

Sir

Adam

de, of Kssex

Nevill, Sir

Thomas, of Lincolnshire IK. II. Rolll bore, argent, a chief indented \ert, a l>end gules Parliamentary Roll.
;

Roll) bore, azure, six eaglets displayed three eaglets (F.) in 3, 2, i or ; Parly. Roll

Arden Roll and Jenyns' Ordinary.

Neyylle, Raffe.
(K.
ill.
;

of

Gotham

Roll) bore, ermine,

or Cletham a chief indented

Newen

;.

Nowers.
and Sir
.

azure

Newmarch, Adam

Thomas

Jenyns' Ordinary.
i

(E. in. Roll) bore, argent five fusils conjoined


in. Roll)
in fess gules; Jenyns' Ordinary, \shniolr .ind Parly. Rolls; (4 fusils in H. 6137 fo. 19) a fess engrelee in Nativity Roll.

Nevile, Walter de N"KH'ii.K)(H.


bore, azure,

two gemelles tm gardant argent. (K.)

in St.

chief

lyon
Roll.

George

Nevile,
(6)

John de
or,
;

(H.

in.

Newmarch,
Roll) lx>re, paly
es-

Sir
II.

Adam,
)
;

Sir John, and

azure and

on a chief gules three


Roll.

callops argent

Howard

Neville, Geoffrey,
(K.
III.

Roll) bore,

.UK! gules, a quarter dinary ascril*-d in the

UK

of Sheriff Hutton masculy (tricked lozengy) ermine; Jenyns' OrGlover Roll to JOHN

Roll) bore, gules, rive fusils Jenyns' Ordinary/, conjoined in fess or (F. Holland, Parly, and St. George Rolls la fess the in Glover reverse ascribed Roll) engrailed to Sir ROBKRT in Guillim Roll.

Roger

-|K.

NKVII.I., cowerde.

RALPH NEVILL, EARL OF WESTMORLAND.


IN STAINDROP CHURCH, co.
After Stothard.

Newson, John de
on a
trick
;

(K.

i.

Rolli bore,
;

a/mv,
in

fess

argent three crosses gules Jenyns' Roll.

patee

DURHAM,

1425.

SOME FEUDAL

COATS OP ARMS.

149

*iNoel,
gules,

Robert (c. H. a canton ermine.

III.)

bore,

Shirley.]

or, fretty F.

Norton, Sir John,


Roll.

of Kent (H. vi. Roll) bore, gules, a cross potent ermine Arundel
;

Noon,

(H. in. Roll) bore, or, a cross engrailed vert Surrey Roll.
;

Edmond

Norton, Richard
three cushions sable
;

(K.

i.

Roll) bore, argent,

Norbury,

Hugh
;

de

(NORTHBVRGH)
and

Jenyns' Roll.

(H. in. Roll) bore, gules, crusily fitchee three roses argent Surrey Roll.

Norton, Robert de

Norbury, Sir John


Rouen
the
field

bore, at the siege of 1418, sable, on a chevron between three bulls' heads cabossed argent, a neur-de-lvs of

(E. i. Roll) bore, sable, three piles florettee at the points, issuant from the sinister argent (F. Jenvns' Roll.
I ;

Norton, Sir Robert de-bore,


;

(K)

Arundel
of,
-a.

Roll.

Norfolk, Earl

Bigod.
(K.
i.

at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322, argent, a chevron between three buckles sable tongues to the base in the Ashmole MS. F. (K. in. Roll) bore, argent,
;

Norfolk, Richard

Roll) bore, gules,


(F.
)
;

Norton, Roger
a
chevron
,

a fess between two chevronels argent Segar Roll.

three cushions snble RICHARD bore this withJenyns' Ordinary. out the chevron as above.

between

Norland, Richard
sable, a
Roll.

(H.

in.

Roll)
;

bore,

chevron argent between three wolves' heads of .the second couped gules Surrev

[Norton, Roger,
bore, azure, a

formerly CONYERS, E. in. maunch ermine, over all a.


]

bend

gules.

Shirley.

F.

+N"ormanvile, Rafe de
gules,

fess

double cotised argent


Rolls.
(K.

(H. in. Roll) bore, Dering,


;

Norwich, Sir John de (XORTHWICH)


bore, at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322, per pale gules and -azure a lyon rampant ermine,

Surrey, and Caniden

F.
i.

a label
Roll)

Norman vile, Rafe

(3)

or.

Ascribed to

... XORTEYN,
1418.

bore, argent, on a fess double cotised gules three fleurs-de-lvs of the first Jenvns' Roll and Ordinary being the arms of H.YDI.KSMKKK with the Heurs-de-lys added.
;

undifferenced at the siege of

Rouen

Norwich, John de (\ORTHWVCHE)


at the

Norris, Sir John de (XOKAIS)


the
first

bore,

at

Dunstable tournament 1308, sable, and a cross florettee argent. (F.) See also Tiles, Xeath Abbey, p. vii. In the Rirlv. Roll the cross ascribed to Sir JOHN, of co. 'Glouc. seems to lie patee florettee fitchee at the
billettee
,

bore, second Dunstable tournament 1334, per pale azure and gules, a lyon rampant ermine (F.), as did Sir JOHN, knighted at the capitulation of Calais 1348 Jenyns' Roll and
;

Ordinary.

Norwoode, Norwoode,
in
;

Sir

John de
(3)

bore, at the

first

Dunstable tournament 1308, argent, a cross


engrailed gules, a label
azure.

foot in Harl. M.S. 6137

differently tricked in

MS. 4033, fo. 48. F. Norrys, Sir John (K. in. Roll) bore, azure, billettee and a cross recercelee argent
Harl.

Sir

John
;

de,

baron 1313

bore, ermine a cross engrailed gules (a saltire

moline

in trick

Jenvns' Ordinary.
(K. in. Roll) bore,

Northam, Thomas de
;

Jenyns' Ordinary) Arundel and Howard Roll ascribed to RooKRj in Dering Roll see Monumental Brass for Sir ROGKR 1361. Sir
;

per pale gules and sable, a lyon ranip.uu argent crowned or Jenvns' Ordinary.

Kent, differenced with a label of JOHN, and another, ermine a cross three azure (F. ) patonce gules Harleian Roll.
of
; ,

Northcote,

Andrew

(17 K.
first.

i.)

bore, or, a
F.

chief gules fretty of the

Shirley.]

*Northey, William de
quarterly argent

and azure

(H. ni. Roll) bore,


(F. );

Howard'

Dering and

Rolls.
t>.

N"orthwich, North-wood Noawcon,

Xomvim,

Norton, Sir
the siege of azure a lyon

- (XORTEVN) Iwre, at Rouen 1418, per pale gules and ermine. rampant (F. ) same as

XORVVK

H.

Norton, Sir James de,

SIR
;

ROGER NORTHWOODE.
CHURCH, ISLE OK SHEI-PEY,
J-'or

of Hants. (F,. n. Parlv. Roll) bore, vert, a lyon rampant or Roll. WILLIAM took up the cross in the last Crusade 1270.

IN MINSTER

After Stolhard.

1361. his wife see Folio/.

Ovo-r VMOVI -M

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

&&~J;
Nowell, John-(E.
in.
;

A
;

Roll) bore, argent,

Okinton, Johnd'-lH.
;

in. Rolli bore, or,

three covered cups sable

Jenyns Ordinary.

St. George three cinquefoyles pierced gules roses (F.) in Harl. MS. 6137 fo. 88. Roll

Nowers, John
(F
Parly.
II

and Sir

Simon,
I

of Norfolk

Roll! bore,

Roll

vaire argent and gules; and Jenyns' Ordinary. RICHARD

Okinton

de-(H. jn. Roll) (OLZETOX) bore, or a fess vert between three cmi]uefoyles
pierced gules.
or,
I

John

F.

Ga.K WORTH

bears the same.

Arden

Roll.
in.

Nowers, Sir John


garbs or
;

and

Roger-(E.
Rolls,

in.

Okstede, Roland de--(H.


a "kene" gules; Glover

Roll) bore,

Roll.

between three Roll) bore, azure, a fess argent

Ashmole and Jenyns'

JOkstede,
(F.)

Nowers,

a Bucks Knight-(E. n. Sir ( ). bars and in chiet three Roll) bore, argent, two Parliamentary Roll. crescents gules
;

Nunwike, Roger de
sable,
F.

(E.
;

in.

Roll) bore,

Deringand Howard Rolls. Oldcastle, Sir John, baron Cobham 1409on a bore, at the siege of Rouen 1418, gules, chevron or three lyonceux rampant sable
a castle sable. quarterly with, argent

(H. in. Roll) bore, eradicated proper acorned or. argent, an oak

Roland

an eagle displayed or

Jenyns Ordinary.
Roll) bore, Surrey Roll.
in.

Oldhall, (H.
;

Nutbeme, Thomas
gules,

fess

undee ermine

on a *[Oakeley, Philip, H. in. bore, argent, fess tetween three creseents gules as many
fleurs-de-lys or
;

(E. in. Roll) bore, per pale azure and gules, a lyon rampant ermine, a another with lyon ducally label (3) or crowned or, but no label Ashmole Roll. Sir WILLIAM in Atkinson Roll, without arms;
;
;

Harl.

MS. 1408

fo. 108".

Shirley.

F.

Obehale, Raufed'
a.

(H. in. Roll) bore, or,

Olney, Sir John de,

fess gules.
v.

(F.) St.
.

George

Roll.

Oc

Ok

of Bucks. (E. n. and a fess argent Roll) bore, azure, crusily and Parly. Roll; ? [another barry (6) argent "Geneaazure, a bordure indented gules logist," XL 181.]
; ;

O'Clare'ce, Sir B.

(H. vi. Roll) bore, azure, a fleur-de-lys or, on a chief (? of the last) or another combatant two lyons gussett gules, blason, per chevron gules and azure in the chief or two lyons rain pant combatant or and for
; ;

*[Ondeslow, Roger
a
fess

(*e, K.
six

i.

bore, argent,

gules between
Shirley.]

Cornish

choughs

proper.

F.

the

Honour of CLARE or CLARENCE, a


base
;

Opshale, Michel de
and
St.

(H. in.

Roll) bore,
(F.)

fleur-

or. argent, a cross sable fretty

Arden
bore,
first

de-lys of the third in

Atkinson Roll.

George

Rolls.

See UPSALE.
in.

Odingsells
Offingtone,
St.

f.

Doddingsells.
(H. in. Roll) bore,
(K.)

Orbebe, John de-(H.


argent,

Roll)

two chevrons
as

gules,

on a quarter of the
of the

David de

second
(F.)
;

many
Roll.

lyons passant

azure, a saltire engrailed or.

Arden and

Arden

George
(

Rolls.
),

Ore, Nichol de (ERE)


(H. VI. a mullet of seven points
Roll.

Ogard
argent

a Yorkshire)?) Knight See

(H. in. Roll) tore, Howard Roll. ermine, a cross gules fretty or
;

Roll) tore,
;

azure,

Arundel

HuoARD.

tOre, Nicole de
a cross gules Dering Roll.
*

(H.

ill.

Roll) bore, argent,


;

fretty or,

between four daws ppr.

[Oglander, Roger, H.

in. bore, azure, a stork between three crosses crosslet fitchee or. F. Shirley.] (E. i. Roll) (or RICHARD) de bore, argent, a fess between three crescents quarterly with, or an gules (Jenyns' Roll) F.
;

+Ore, Richarde de
;

Ogle, Robert
orle azure

(H. in. Roll) bore, on n bend gules barry (6) argent and azure, F. Roll. five besants Uering

Oreyle,

John

Surrey Roll.
in. Roll)

cross between Ordinary. F.

(E. in. Roll) bore, argent, a four martlets gules Jenyns'


;

*Oker, Philip de (OKEOVER)-(H.


bore, ermine,
(F.)

Oriel,
bore,

on a chief gules three btsams.


Roll.

Surrey

Okham, Nicholas de
gules,

(H. in. Roll) partie per" fess three Howard tertoleres ; annulets counterchanged Roll. See (F.) CRIOL.

Nichole de
"or and

(CRYEL)

gules

(E. in.

Roll) bore,
i

a
;

fess

between three crescents, 2 and

Orkablin
Roll.

argent

Jenyns' Ordinary.
f.

- (H. in. Roll) bore, or, on a Arden cross vert five escallops argent (F. )
;

Okindon

Wokindon.

See TiiORLEY.

WALTAUB1N

same arms as

DOD
nff-y^f

THE ARMS OF THE OLDER COLLEGES IN OXFORD.

DRAWN

isv

JOHN HENRY METCALFE FOR

"Al.UMNI OXONIENSES."

'52

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF

AR.IfS.

JOrlaston, William de
or.

(II.

in. Roll)tK>re,

two chevrons gules, on a cjuarter of the second a lyon rampant or Dering Roll argent (K.) in Howard and Camden Kolls.
; ;

Oughtred, Sir Thomas,

at the siege of Calais 1345-8, gules,

1356 bore, on a cross Hory (patonce) or five mullets pierced of the See UGHTRKI>. field; K. 398 fo. 58.
(H. in. Roll) bore a chief azure Surrev
;

K.<;.

Ormonde, James Butler,


at the siege of
(3) azure.

Karl of

bore,

Rouen

Oulwenne, Gilbert
argent,
Roll.

F.

1418, or, a chief dancettee See also BOTELKR.

fretty

gules,

Ornesby, John

(E. in. Roll) bore, gules, crusily botonnee and a bend argent; tricked, gules, a bend argent ; Jenyns' Ordinary.

Ousthorpe, "John " de


gules, three Roll. F.

(K.

i.

Roll)

bore,

dewe

leaves argent;

Jenyns'

Ornesby, Sir "William de,


(K.
II.

of Norfolk

Ovington, Sir John de (QUINGTON)


bore, at the
first

Roll) bore, gules, crusily argent, a bend checquy or and azure (argent and azure Harl. 6137 fo. 17) ; Sir JOHN differenced with a

Dunstable tournament 1308,


or.

Rrgent on a chief azure two fleurs-de-lys See also EVINGTON.

mullet

Parliamentary Roll.
v.

Ovington, William
gules,
(F.)
;

Orphill

Crophill.
of Dalby in Cheshire,

on a

(K. in. Roll) bore, l>end argent three martlets sable

Jenyns' Ordinary.

Orreby, Sir John,


;

baron 1309 bore, gules, two lyons passant argent, a label (3) or Parliamentary, Nobility

Owen,
(?

Griffith,

I.K

Fnv,
;

WEN-UN-WEN
Ordinary.

FIT/.

OWEN-OWKN)
rampant
gules

(K. in. Roll) bore, or,

and Ashmole Rolls


Jenyns' Ordinary.'

(F.);

undifferenced

in

Same

a lyon
POI.K.

as

JOHN MUSCKGROS and WILLIAM


(K.
I.

Jenyns'

Orton, John de
same
as

(K.

HI.
;

a lyon rampant argent

ROBERT DE MONHAUT.

Roll) bare, azure, Jenyns' Ordinary

Oxcliff,
three
Roll.

William

Roll) bore, argent,


;

bulls'

heads cabossed sable

lenyns'

Otteby, Sir

Randolph

IK. n. Roll) bore, gules, chief three plates;

de, of Lines. two bars argent,


l

in

"lOxenden, Solomon (K.


sable.

in.)

bore, argent,

Parliamentary Roll.

a chevron gules between three oxen passant F., confirmed 24 H. vi. Shirley. ]
'445-6.

Otterburne, John
Ordinary.

(E. in. Roll) bore, argent, on a chief dancettee (3) guk-s three crosses crosslet fitchee of the first Jenyns'
;

Oxford,

Earl of

(H.

in.

Roll)
;

bore,
)
;

JOtringden, Bafe de
ermine,

(H. in. Roll) bore, a cross voided gules Dering and Rolls a cross gules voided argent in Arden Roll, voided or (F.) in Camden Roll sometimes blasoned, a cross surmounted of another.
;

and or, a mullet argent (F. Arden. Glover and Surrey Rolls carried also at the siege of Rouen 1418.
quarterly, gules

Howard

[Oxford, Earl
m.
i

of, ROBKKT DK YKRK, gth, bore, azure, three crowns or, a bordure argent quarterly with, VKKK grant 3 Jan. 1386, pat. I.
; ;

Cotton MS. Julius C.

VII. fo. 237.

+Oudenarde, Sire de
harry
(6,

Oysell,
(H.
in.

Roll) bore,
. ;

13} or

and

Dering and

Camden

gules, Rolls.

a bend azure

(K. in. Roll) bore, argent, a saltire engrailed between four " " de Cornwaille Choughes sable; Grimaldi Roll and Jenyns' Ordinary.

Richard

and Roger

ooo
I

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

Here English and French

fell in battle.

After the Bayeux Tapestry.

- P-Q Pagenham, 'Sir Edward or Sir Edmund, of Suffolk, and John (K. n. Roll)
bore, quarterly or and gules, an eagle displayed Ashmole and Parliamentary Rolls and vert Jenyns' Ordinary. F.
;

Pappeworth, William de
Roll.

bore, gules, a fess dancett^e argent

(H. in. Roll) Surrey


;

Parys, Sir William de

Pagham
Roll)

),

an Essex

Knight

(H. vi.

bore, argent, Arundel Roll.

three chevronels gules;

bore, at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322, sable, crusily and a chevron argent. (F.) Arundel Roll and Jenyns' Ordinary.

JParke,
of
or.

Pakenham,

Sir John,

Beds.

(E. n.

de (PERKK) (H. HI. Roll) bore, argent, a stag's head cabossed gules. (F.)

Henry

Roll) bore, barry (6)

argent and

bend gules three mullets


;

azure, on a Sir JOHN LK

Dering and Howard


sable,

Rolls. (E. in. Roll)

Parke, Richard del


azure
;

bore,

FIT/, bore pierced mullets for difference; Parliamentary Roll and so borne by LAWRENCE
in

an eagle displayed argent, a bordure argent in trick Jenyns' Ordinary.

Surrey Roll.
(E.
i.

Pakenham, Myles
argent
;

"(Parker,
Roll) bore, gules, crosslet fitchfe

Thomas,
F.

R.

n.

bore,

gules,
or.

chevron between three leopards' faces


Shirley.]

a chevron between three crosses


Jenyns' Roll.

Paslew, Sir John,


Paslew, John
fess

of Essex, Kt.

(H.

vi.

Palie, Sir

at the capitulation of Calais 1348 bore, gules, a bend vair between six crosses potent or. F.

John

de, knighted

Roll) bore, azure, a fess argent between three cups or; Arundel Roll. See WAKYKI.EY.
(E.
i.

Roll) bore, argent,

a
;

Palialogi, the
Greece.

Emperors of Greece
Segar Roll.

between three

mullets

pierced

azure

bore, or, a sea lyon sable.

See

Jenyns' Roll.

Paslew, Sir John (PASSELEWE).


,

Pallat,

slain at the siege of Calais 1348 bore, gules, three swords, points to the See PAUJ.KT. centre argent. F.

Kt.

[Palmer, "William
Shirley.]
*l

(9

H.

of Essex (E. n. Roll) bore, bendy (10) or and azure, on a canton argent a lyon passant gardant gules Parliamentary Roll or. four bends azure, &c. in Harl. MS. 6137 fo. 14.
;

iv.)

bore, sable,

a chevron or between three crescents argent.


F.

Passele, Robert de
gules, a lyon

rampant or

(H. in. Roll) bore, Surrey Roll.


(of

Palmes, William,
rleurs-de-lys F.

argent,

1300 bore, gules, three a chief vair. Shirley.]

Patishulle, Sir
at the battle of

John

Rutland)

bore,

Horoughbridge 1322, argent, a fess sable, between three crescents gules. Ascribed to Sir WALTER in the Ashmole Roll,

Paltoun, Sir

F., of Suffolk, Kt. (H. vi. Roll) bore, argent, six roses 3, 2, i gules ; Arundel Roll. Sir JOHN bore six-foyles Ashmole Roll. F.
;

and with the

fess

unde"e, to Sir

WAI.TKK, of
at the

Essex, in the Parliamentary Roll.

Pateshull, Sir Walter de-bore,


battle of

Pantu'e,
argent,

James de
barrulets .See

(H.

in.

Roll)

bore,
;

Arden

six Roll.

and a canton gules PAUNTON.

Boroughbridge 1322, argent, a fess (F. engrele'e between three crescents sable. Ascribed to SIMON, but with a plain fess in
)

Jenyns' Ordinary.

'54

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

(E. III. Roll) bore, ermine, or Jenyns' lyon rampant gules, crowned Ordinary. 4-Patrick, William (H. in. Roll) bore, gules, three mullets (6) or. (F. Arden and St. George Rolls spur-rowells in Jenyns' Ordinary. a
;

Fateshull, John

Paynell, Sir John, Paynell,

of co. Line.
;

bore, gules, a cinquefoyle argent

(E. n. Roll) Parly. Roll.

John
;

(E. in.

Roll) bore, gules a

cross argent; the same arms

STEIMIKN

PEXCKSTEK
I>F.

bears

Jenyns' Ordinary.

Paynell
(E. in.
;

(Sir)
Roll)

John,
bore,

KNAI-TOFT
Rolls.

[Patten, John, 1376


and
fess

bore, lozengy ermine


Shirley.]
F.

gules,

a cross patonce
bore, at
;

sable, a canton gules.


(E.
I.

argent

Ashmole and Surrey

Paule, John
azure
Roll.

Roll) bore, ermine, on a three crosses crosslet or Jenyns'


;

Paynell, Sir William

the
five

first

Dunstable tournament 1308, argent,


sable, eight martlets in orle gules with 4 bars. F.

bars

tricked also

[Paulet, Sir John,

ob.

1356

bore, sable,

three swords in pile points to the base proper his son Sir JOHN bore (15 R. II.) gules, a in lure argent being pair of wings conjoined the coat of his mother, the heiress of Reyney.
Shirley.]

Paynell, Sir John,


battle of Falkirk 1298

banneret

bore, at the
;

and

at the siege of Carla-

F.

Paulys, Sir Walter,


Roll) bore, gules,

on

of Stratton (K. in. three lyons passant argent or Ashmole mullets a baston azure three
;

verock 1300, vert, a maunch or (F.) but the reverse appears for JOHN, Baron of Otteley, WILLIAM in Nobility Roll 1300; and for in Nobility Roll 1310; and for JOHN in Harl. and Parly. Rolls. See next.

Roll.

Paynell, William,
1303-17,

JPauncefot, Sir Grimbald


bore, gules, three lyonceux
(F.)

(H. in. Roll)

Dering|and Howard

Rolls.

rampant argent. Sir GILBERT,

of Gloucestershire, bore the mentary Roll E. II.

same

lord of Fracynton, baron brother John, lord of the Barons' Otteley, baron 1317-18, sealed letter to the Pope 1301 (the former on a lozenge), orle of with two bars and an eight martlets,

and

his

Parlia-

pp. xx, xxii, xxiv.

See next.

Pauncefot,' William
azure,

(H. in. Roll) bore, (H. VI. a

Paynell,
gules. leian

two bars or
(

Paunton,
Roll)

bore,

Arden Roll. an Essex? Knight ), barry (10) argent and


;

and Sir WiUiam two bars azure, nine


(F.)

Hugh,

Sir

Thomas,

of Wilts,

(H. ill. Roll) bore, or, (8 or 6) martlets in orle

Arden,
other

Howard,
(the

Parly.,
field

Har;

gules,

JAMES quarter of the last; Arundel Roll. DE PANTU'K (H. in. Roll) bore, argent, six Roll. Arden barrulets and a canton gules
;

argent ascribed to WILLIAM in Jenyns' Ordinary) bars the bore another Sir WILLIAM, of Wilts, sable and the martlets "in manner of tordure
assis"
;

and

Rolls

Paunton, Sir Hugh,


Paveley, Sire

of the North (E. n. Roll) bore, gules two bars and, in the cantel a fer-de-moulin ermine Parliamentary Roll.
;

Parly,

and Howard Rolls; THOMASj


(J) in

and WILLIAM

Dering

Roll. (E.

Paynell, Sir William


;

bore, at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322, azure, a cross florettee and a martlet or "in the quarter." (F.) JOHN. RENAUII and Sir WALTER bore it without the martlet Jenyns' Ordinary, St. George and Harl. Rolls. Sir JOHN bore the martlet argent knighted at the capitulation
;

Walter de

i. Roll) bore, martlets argent, three bars azure in chief three Holland Roll. gules

Paynell, flbuke de
two lyons
passant

gules,

(H. in. Roll) bore, or, crowned azure

Howard

Roll.

Paynell,

John

(R. n. Roll) bore, gules,


;

two

REGINALD and WILLIAM of Calais 1348. took up the cross in the last Crusade 1270.
a founder K.G. (H. in. Roll) bore, azure, a cross patonce or fo. Roll and K. 398 30. Surrey
,

chevronels and a bordure argent

Surrey Roll.

Payver

Paveley, Sir Walter,


Paveley,

(H. in. Roll) bore, (PAYCUR) Arden Roll argent three martlets gules See PEYVEKE. uncertain. surname
;

Pecham v. Peckam,
Peche, Sir Gilbert,

and

Petham.

Edward

(H.
;

azure, a cross recercelee or

Roll) bore, Norfolk Roll.

in.

Paveley, Sir Walter

(of

Oxon.), knighted

at the capitulation of Calais 1348 bore, gules, three lyons passant argent, on a bend azure three mullets or (F.); a baston in Cotgrave
Roll.

of Corby, banneret, baron 1299, sealed the Barons' letter to the He bore, at Pope 1301, pp. xxi, xxiv. the battle of Falkirk 1298, and at the first Dunslable tournament 1308, argent a fess between two chevronels gules. (F. ) Nobility
Rolls
;

and Howard
;

another GILBERT

Pavent, John
and Ordinary. Payfote, Sir
Dunstable
another
fieurs-de-lys 3,

(K.

I.

Roll)

liore,

argent, on

a bend gules three eaglets

or

Jenyns' Roll
at

Pouke
i, i,

Dering Roll ascribed also to HAMOND in the St. George Roll, to JOHN in Jenyns' Ordinary, and to Sir ROBERT, of Kent, banneret, in Arundel Roll. (Sir WILLIAM, of Suffolk, bore
the chevronels sable. ) Sir HUGH, of Suffolk, differenced with a label (3) azure to this. Sir ROBERT, also of Kent, perhaps a baron 1321, added a l>esant on each point of the label Parly. Roll. SIMON and WILLIAM took up the cross 1270.
;

(J)

in

bore,

the

first

tournament
(F.)

five argent, 1308, sable, a lal>el (3) gules


:

florettee.

Payn, Sir Geoffrey and Sir John,


slain at the siege of Calais 1347

both

bore, argent, in chief three escallops, a/.ure GEOFFREY took up the sable for Sir JOHN. cross in the last Crusade 1270.

two bars and

Peche, Sir

Payne, Walter
lyon rampant
U'ith
tail

IK.

Roll)

lx>re,

gules,

a
;

of Suffolk (E. n. Roll) bore, argent a fess between two chevronels gules, as many martlets in chief and one in base sable (F.) Parly. Roll. In Harl.
;

Edmund,

I'AVKI.I ;v,

founhee argent quarterly azure a cross florettee or

MS.

6137, a
first

semee of martlets sable

is

added.
bore,

Jenyns' Jenyns' Ordinary.

Roll

called

WAI.TKK

PAYI/KI.I

in

Pecche, Sir John,


at the

of Warwickshire

Dunstable tournament 1308 and as a banneret at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322,

Paynell, Sir Raffe,


Jenyns' Ordinary

of Caythorpe, co. Line. (E. n. Roll) bore, argent, a bend sable Ascrilxjd to RALPH PAYNE in Parly. Roll.
;

S'roi'HAM bears the same.

gules, crusily and a fess argent (F. ); at the latter Sir JOHN sovnfiz, differenced with a label but with (3) azure; ascribed also to THOMAS, six crosses crosslft (3 and 3) in fenyns' Roll.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

155

FACSIMILE
FROM

COOKE'S BARONAGE,
CIRCA 1580. ADD. Ms. 5504.

56

SOME FEL'DAL-

-COATS OF

AA'.VS.

Peche.Sir
.irij.-m.

n. Roll)bore. ). of Suffolk -(K. chevron gules a tx>rdure sable U-suntee Parliamentary Roll. Peehe.Sir Robert, an error for SirGn.BKirr tore, at the battle of Falkirk 1298, argent
(

Penbrige, Sir John de (PKNKKUGGK)


argent.
at
F.

a
;

bore, at the first Dunstable tournament 1308, azure, a chief gules and a bend engrailed of Cheshire) -bore, the second Dunstable tournament 1334. bordure engrailed argent, a chief azure, a

Pembrugge,(Sir John,
gules
;

(a fess
I

lietween two chevronels gules. en yns' Ordinary.


(R. n.

(K.)

Parliamentary Roll.
(K.
i.

Peche, John
;

Roll) bore,

azure, a

ermine, crowned lyon rampant tail fourchee or Surrey Roll.


crescent or
Roll) bore, gules, a chief argent two mullets I V. of the field. Vring Roll (5) pierced in Howard Roll.

Pembrugge, Fouk de
barry
(6)
;

Roll) bore,
;

HENRY,

for Harleian Roll or and azure are tricked barry 6, 8 and 14 (F.)

Peche, John
spur-rowels

|H. in.

in Dering,

Howard,

St.

George, and

Cam den

and on a

Rolls (and differenced with a label (5) 'gules Sir RICHARD, K.G. 1369, in Arden Roll). barry of eight.

Peche, Baldwin
or and gules
(K.
;

(H. in. Roll) bore, vtan


of co.

Penbryg, Sir Henry de


(8) for Sir

bore, at the

first

Norfolk Roll.

Peehe, Sir Thomas,


n.

Cambridge

Dunstable tournament 1308, barry (6) or and azure, a bend gules (F.); Arden Roll; barry

Roll) bore, azure an eagle displayed a mauncli gules. argent, on the dexter wing Parliamentary Roll.

HESRV

of Herefordshire in Parly.

Roll.

Penbruge, Sir John,


(K. n. Roll) bore,

Peche, Sir
'

Thomas
;

(K.

in.

Roll)
Roll.

bore,
K.

ermine, a gorge gules

Ashmole

+Peckham, John de (PECHAM)

(H.

in.

of Herefordshire barry (8) or and azure, orr a tiend gules three mullets argent Parly. Roll. See Monumental Kffigy of a member of this on the bend. family leopards' faces
;

i or. (F.) Roll) lx>re, azure, six annulets 3, 2, See PKTHAM. Ik-ring and Howard Rolls.

Penbrugge, John

(R.

n.

Roll) bore, or.


;

Peckham
;

a Kentish Knight IH. vi. Roll) bore, ermine a chief quarterly gules and i,r St. NICOLAS tears the \rundel Roll. same, with the chief reversed (?)
( )
.

a fess double cotised azure, a bendlet gules Surrey Roll.


(H. in.
;

tPencestre, Stephen
'

gules, a cross argent (F.) Dering also by JOHN PAYNELI.; the cross or, for
;

Roll) bore, Roll borne

Peckham, Roger de
Roll) bore, checquy or Surrey Roll.

(BECKHAM)
sable, a fess

(R.

n.
;

JOHN

in Jenyns'

Ordinary.
(H. in. Roll) bore,
(F.)
;

and

ermine
at

Penedoke, Henry de
sable, a lyon Roll.

rampant argent

St.

George

Pedwardyne, Sir Roger Kittle of Boroughbridge t2.


three crescents gules,
plate.

lx>re,

the

or. crusily

and

each charged with a

Penley, Sir Richard-! K.


or,

in.

Roll) bore,

F.

a 'lyon rampant purpure

Ashmole.Roll.

Pedwardwyn, Thomas, Walter


William
lyons
I

K.
in

in.

Roll)

bore,
(F.
)

|xisam

pale or.

and two Arden and


gules,

Penne.

See

DE

I.A

PENNE.

Surrey Rolls. Jenyns' Ordinary. differenced with a label (3) argent


Roll.

ROKKRT
;

Surrey

Pedwardyne, Walter de
or,

(H. in. Roll) three lyons passant in pale gules;

Howard

Roll.

'Pelham,
Rouen
i

(Sir John) bore, at the siege of 1418. azure, three pelicans argent 2 and
F.

vulning themselves proper.


.

Pembroke

Marshall

and

Valence.
at the siege of

Pembroke, Earl of
maunch
Karl of
gules.

Ixjrc,

Rouen 1418, barry (10) argent and azure an orle of martlets gules, quarterly with, or a
(F.)

JOHN (HASTINGS)
that line
at

last

A KNIGHT OF THE
FAMILY.
After Hollis.

PEMBRIDGE

T"^ h-

ft.

//#*-.

J3**t#Jh*

Pembroke of
17.

was accidentally
1389,

killed in a

tournament

Woodstock

aged about

IN CLEHONGER CHURCH, HEREFORDSHIRE,

.SOME FEUDAL COA TS OF ARMS.

Ipennfngton,

Bacon

fl&uncaster,
AND

of

fllMmcaster

of

IRorbunj

Bootbs

Iball

in

Cbesbire.

Condensed from " Penningtoniana" by J. Foster, Hon. M.A., Oxon.

GAMKI, DE PKNINGTON, temp. Hen.


which he gave the churches (with
with chapels [of Aldeburg],

n.

all

their

Wytebec and Skeroverton,

a great benefactor to Conishead Priory, to = appurtenances) of Penington, Molcastre, cos. Lane, and Cumli.

BENEDICT DE PKNINGTON. He, jointly Skeldon Moor to the Abbey of Russyn,

with his brother Meldred gave


in the Isle of

= Agnes.

MELDRED DE PENINGTON.
in

Man.

He gave to Conishead Priory two bovntes of land " Burgh, and three acres of land, with a messuage, in Langliferga."

ALAN DE PENINGTON,

son and heir. Richard de Lucy, by fine at Carlisle, i Dec., 1208, i John, granted to Alan= all his tenement of Mulecastre. to hold by the service of one-twelfth part of one knight s fee and foreign service, belonging to the king, /c 1363 Sir \Vm. de Ptnitone was found to hold by the same service, see below.

ALEXANDER.

THOMAS DE PENINGTON,
heir,

son and = AGNES, dau. of Sir John de Longvillers, knt.

=Thomas

de Greistock 1254 (39 Hen. in.)

ALAN,

dead

living July, 1242.

in 1240.

Sir

ALAN DE PENINGTON, a knight in 1276, 4 Kdw. i. By fine at Westm. 54 Hen. in. (1270) for fifty marks of silver he parted with the advowsons of Mulecastre (Cumb. ) and Overton (Westm.) to the Prior of Conishead, living 1292, and supposed to be " who identical with Sir Alan de Penington, coming from the wars beyond seas, died at Canterbury, and was buried in the " church of the White Fryars ( Weaver's Funeral Monuments}.

Sir

WILLIAM DE PENITONE,
co.

Penington (Peniton),

Lane.

dispute with the Abbot of Furness in 1318, as to the services by which he held the dead before 1323. ;

manor of=

Sir

JOHN HE PENITONE, son and heir, a minor in i323,=JoAN, widow of Sir John, had dower from the Abbot of of age by 1326; held the manor of Penington by service Furness, 7 Jany. 1 332/3. Maybe identical with Joan of a tenth part of a knight'sfee dispute with the Abbot (d. 16 or 17 June, 1363) eldest sister and co-heir of John died de Multon, of Kgremont, & wife of Robert Fitz-Walter. of Furness, who had taken John's cattle, 1328/9
,

MAUDE,
ton,

mar. to John, son and heir of Sir Richard de Hodles-

JOAN,

and Alice his Edw. II.

living 7 Jany., 1351/2.

wife, 1317/18.

about 1332.

Sir

WILLIAM DE PENITONE, son and heir, abbot's ward for nineteen years; of age before 26 Edward in. = ELIZABETH, dau. and co-heir of Thomas de Malton, of East Gevedale, or Givendale, co. York. She was a;t. 60 in 1404, (1352 3), at which date he was already married to the dau. of Sir W. de Leghe, but without the licence of the Re-mar, to Hugh Standysshe, and living, 1411/12, abbot, by whom his marriage had teen previously sold to Sir William de Threlkeld, while under age. (By 5 H. IV. an inquisition taken at Egremont, 8 September, 1363, after the death of Joan, wife of Robert FitzWalter, who 13 H. iv. but pre-deceased him, who died 30 April, 1421, died 16 or 17 June, 37 Edward in., 1363, it was found that William de Penitone held of the said Joan themanor Hen. V. 9 of Mulcaster by homage fealty and service of one-twelfth part of a knight's fee, etc., as granted to Alan de
,

Penington

first

mentioned.

Living 29 Sept., 1368.

Sir

ALAN UK PKNINGTON,

"

chivaler,"

under age

at his father's death.

IXnd 27 Sept., 1415.

Inq. taken at Lancaster** KATHEBINB,

13 April, 1416.

daughter and co-heir of Sir Richard de Pieston, 1390, M. I.

Sir

JOHN DE PKNJNGTON, son and heir, a?t. 22 years at his father's death. Appointed Commissioner in = KATHEKiNK, daughter of Sir Thomas de Tiuistall, knight, by Cumberland to raise archers, by Act of Parliament, 1457/8, 36 H. vi. Henry vi. took refuge at Muncaster Isabel, daughter to Sir Nicholas Harrington, knight dispen" luck in 1461, after the battle of Towton Field (29 March), and gave Sir John the of Muncaster." He sation for marriage to Sir John, son of Sir Alan de Penington,
;

died 6 July, 1470;

incj.

p.m., 20 Feb., 1503/4.

granted 28 April, 1412, related

in the third degree.

CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE.

'58

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.


I'ONTlStlKI) IKCIM PRECEIMNi;

PAGK

|on\ P..-SXINGTUX, Knight of the Shire


in the lifetime of his father,

of:Sir for Cumtierland 1446-7, died = Ei.i/.\HKTii. living 1482, daughter Nicolas Raelcliffe. of Derwentwater, lohn, Karl of Shrewsbury, appointed M. I. one John Pennington steward of Weysford by patent dated at Weysford, 27 Aug. 1450.
,

AXNK, mar.
to Sir
(

CATHKKINK, mar.
Wedacre,
in

to Jno. Rigmaydrn.ol Lane., Vis. Lane. 1567.

'liristopher

Curwi-n.

KAHKL, dau.
of John

Sir

PKNNINGTON, JOHN.,-,

Broughton,
M.I., and sister to Sir

Thos. Broughton.

20 February 1503/4. English army at the invasion of Scotland in 1482, and was made a knight banneret 24 July of that Sheriff of ve.ir bv the Earl of Northumberland. Cumb., 9 Nov., 1510. He married Joane Ogle at He died 3 May, 1512, inq. Beverley, 15 Oct., 1472. His will, da'ted at Mulat Penrith, 26 Aug. 1518. caster. 4 May, 1505, which he acknowledged i June, 2 Hen. vill., 1510.

heir to his grandfather, Inq., =Jo.\SE, dau. of Sir William F.ure, Witton Castle, by Maud, dau. in the vanguard of the

of-Sir ROBERT
of
ist

Was

Castle.

of Ravenswath FitzHugh. On 13 Aug., 1467, an oraDame to Jane Ogle tory was granted

Lord

husband,

WM.I.I \M PENNINGTON, of Hundisdon Herts), of the King's (? Hunsdon, "

[53.]

William Household, 1495/6, styled " The king granted Penyngton senior.

him the reversion of the


bailiff

and Henry

Esq., within the She died at Mundiocese of York. caster, 13 Oct., 23 Hen. VIL, 1507.
F.ure,

of the Herts, 2 Jan.

office of lordship of Cheshunt,

1513/4.

He was dead

in 1522.

IOHX PEX- = MARY,

da.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.


rONTlSUKI) FROM I'RECKDING PAGE:
B
I

159

Sir

WILLIAM
ast.

PENNING-*

TON,

9 at Dugdale's

Visitation of Lancashire
in 1664, bp. at

Muncaster

16 March, 1655, created a baronet 21 June, 28 Chas. II., 1676, and died at Muncaster i July,

173-

FEl'I) AT. COATS -OF ARMS.

'+*

rt
of Sutton-upon-Derwent five fusils conjoined in Roll) bore, or,

*Fennyngton, Sir William de


Roll)

(E.

it.

Percy Robert,
|F
III

conjoined in fess azure Parly. Roll tricked also as a fess fusily and a fess indented. JOHN differenced with a
bore,
or, rive
;

fusils

fess azure ; Jenyns' in Glover Roll.

Ordinary

fess engrailed

label (3) gules (F. );

IOMN bore the

field

Sir Jenyns' Ordinary. argent and a label (5)

gules in the Ballard Roll.

[Penrice, Sir Robert de, 1326 (PENREKS)


bore, per pale indented argent

in. Roll) Percy, Arnold and Robert-(H. bore or, five fusils conjoined in fess sable (I-.) Arden and St. George Rolls. Same arms as RICHARD DAUTREY Jenyns' Ordinary.
;
;

and gules

Neath Abbey

Tiles, p. ix.]

tPercy,
five
;

John de

(H.

in. Roll) bore, sable,

fusils

Penzret, Sir John de,


(K. M. Roll) bore, gules, a Parliamentary Roll.

of Cuml>erland bend battely argent

Roll a fess of fusils in Howard Roll. at Perers, Sir Richard de bore,

conjoined in fess argent; Dering


the
first

Percehay, Sir "Wauter

bore, at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322, argent, a cross patonce gules and in the dexter chief point, an inescocheon of ATON or, a cross sable the cross
;

in Nativity sable, in the cantel a mullet (vij. at Dunstable) (F'.) ; Roll) gules (pierced or, another Sir RICHARD (of co. Leic. ) bore it when

Dunstable tournament 1308, and at the battle and of Boroughbridge 1322, quarterly argent

patonce

is

tricked patee in

Ashmole MS.

K.

Percehay, Sir "Walter,

knighted at the

of Calais 1348; knighted at the capitulation and Harl. Rolls F.DVVAKD bore it unParly,
;

capitulation of Calais 1348 bore, argent, a cross patonce (flory in the trick) gules, in the cantel an inescocheon quarterly sable and or.

diffe'renced at the siege of

Rouen

in 1418.

Peres, Sir

Percehay, Walter
;

(or Essex (K. II. Roll) bore, vert, a Roll. cotised or ; Parliamentary
(

Thomas de
)

PRYKRS), of

bend argent
(H. vi. Roll)
;

(K. Roll) bore, argent, a cross patonce (flory in the trick) HENRY COI.VII.E of Cambridgeshire gules bears the same arms, which are in dispute
;

in.

Periam
Roll.

an Essex Knight

bore, gules, three crescents argent

Arundel

Jenyns' Ordinary.

Perke,
(K.
in.

Percehay, "Walter
argent

Roll)

bore,

bore, argent, a stag's head cabossed

Henry de
v.
(

(or

PAKKK)

(H. in. Roll) gules


;

a cross patonce (flory in the trick) gules, in the cantel a lozenge of the second all within a bordure engrailed of the last
;

Dering and Howard

Rolls.

Jenyns' Ordinary.

Perpont Perpont

Pierpont.

*[Perceval,

(Hen. iv.) bore, argent, on a chief indented gulfs three crosses ascrilwd to Sir ROGKK as patee of the first F. per Seal K. I. Shirley.] Percy, Henry, of Topcliffe, banneret, baron at the battle of Falkirk 1298, 1298-9 bore, and at the siege of Carlaverock 1300, or, a F. (Nobility, Parly, and lyon rampant azure. Arundel Rolls), being the arms of BRABANT, with which he sealed the Barons' letter to the Pope 1301, pp. xvii, xxiv. Ascribed also to THOMAS in the Surrey Roll, and to Sir PIKKS at the first Dunstable tournament 1308. (i) HENRY differenced it with a label (3) gules; RAPFK with a mullet on the lyon's (2) or, shoulder, both in the Surrey Roll and (3) WII.I.IAM differenced his brothers' arms with a " " l>ordure recersele gules; Cotgrave Roll. See MONTFORT.
;

Richard

of Iklyng, and ), or |H. in. Roll) bore, azure, a chief checquy and Ashmole Rolls. Howard and gules J ROBERT bore the chief counter-compony (F. ) SYMON + bore the reverse, in Dering Roll. chief azure. (F.) viz., checquy or and gules, a Dering Roll per fess in the tricks.
; ;

Bymon

Perreres

v.

Perers.

Perrot, Rauf, baron

1297 bore, quarterly indented or and azure; Nobility Roll. To ascribed is of Beds Sir RAUFK quarterly per fess indented or and azure (F.), in Parly, and other Rolls; and to RAUF, dancettee in

Dering

Roll.

Pert, William de
on a bend
Jenyns' Roll.
gules,

(E.

i.

three

mascles

Rpll) bore, argeht, or (F.);

Peshale,

a (R. n. Roll) bore, argent, cross flory engrailed sable Surrey Roll.
;

Percy,

Northumberland 1399-1408 (R. n. Roll) bore, or, a lyon rampant azure, t/unrterly with LUCY, gules, three lucies hauriant 2 and i
argent
;

Henry

de, SR. DK LUCY, Karl

ot

Peshale,

Adam

a cross flory lyon's head erased of the


Surrey Roll.

(K. n. Roll) bore, argent, sable, on a quarter gules a


first,

crowned or

Surrey Roll.
bore, at the battle of
(6)

Percy, Sire Nichol


azure.
F.

fPeson, Nicole de

Boroughbridge 1322, undee

argent and

(H. in. Roll) bore, ermine, a fess azure. (F.)" Dering Roll; thereon three lyonceux rampant argent (F.) in Howard Roll, and thus ascribed to WILLIAM
in

Percy, Henry,
(or, in Camden); in Jenyns' Roll ;

Wiltshire (E. i. Roll) bore, argent, five fusils conjoined in fess sable

of

Arden

Roll.

Petham, John de (POTHAM)-(H.


bore, azure, six annulets or See Pi.riiAM.
;

Jenyns' Ordinary; engrailed JOHN bore the reverse, see

Howard

in. Roll) Roll.

below.

Percy, Walter de
five fusils

Petit,
fess
;

Thomas-(K.

in.

(H. in. Roll )bore, azure, conjoined in fess argent Anlrn and St. George Rolls. A WALTER took up the cross in the last Crusade 1270.

between three annulets 2 and

Roll) bore, gules, a i or Jem us'


;

Ordinary.

Pette,

Thomas
tournament

bore, at the second

Dun-

JPercy, Sir
Roll
i

Henry,
;

of

Spofford

(H.

in.

Imrr. azure, five fusils conjoined in fess Di-ring and Howard Rolls; indented in Gnmaldi Roll engrailed in Glover Roll for

or;

1334, ermine an engrele gules (F.) tricked as a fess indented, dancettee is probably intended.

stable

HENRY.

JPevense, Richard or de
f

Percy, Arnold,
Jemns' Ordinary.

of Kildale (K. in. Roll) bore, gules, five fusils conjoined in fess argent

in. -iH. Roll) bore, azure, a chevron square fretted gules, Howard Ix'tween three crosses moline argent Roll crosses recercelee (F. in Dering Roll for square fretted may be an error in the trick
; 1

fretty.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

i6r

Pevere

v.

Peyvre.

Pickenham,
;

(PYKNAM), a Knight

Peverell,

(E. in. Roll) bore, quarterly i and 4, vaire or and vert 2 and 3, gules ; Ashmole Roll.

(H. vi. Roll) bore, azure, a lyon rampant holding in its fore-paws a cross pate fitche'e Arundel Roll. all or

Peverell, Sir
gules.
F.

John

bore, at the battle of


(8)

Boroughbridge 1322, gyronny

argent and
Roll)

Pickering, James le
ermine,

(R.

n.
;

Roll) bore,

Ashmole

a lyon rampant azure Surrey and THOMAS bore the lyon Rolls.
or, in

JPeverell,
gyronny
sable

Thomas
;

(H.

m.

bore,

crowned

Jenyns' Ordinary.

bezame

(12 or 16) argent

and gules, a bordure Dering and Howard Rolls.


(E. in. Roll) bore, argent,

Pickering, Sir

Peverell,
on a

Henry

saltire sable five

mullets or pierced gules

Jenyns' Ordinary.

de (E. n. Roll) bore, or (sometimes argent) a lyon rampant Harl. 6137. bezant^e a bordure sable, gules In Harl. 4033 argent, a lyon rampant sable, a bordure of the last bezant^e.
;

Thomas

Peverell,
(F.)
St.

Hugh
George

(H. in. Roll) bore, azure,

three garbs argent

banded

gules,

a chief

or.

Pi(c)kworth, Sir
annulet

Roll. (E. n. a fess argent between six Roll. Parliamentary

Peverell, Sir Robert,


*

of co. Leic.

(E. in. Roll) Ashmole and bore, argent, three picks gules differenced with an Rolls. ROBKKT, Surrey
; ;

Thomas

Roll) bore, gules, crosses patonce or

Surrey

Roll.

{Peyferer, William
argent, three

IH.

in.

Roll)
i

Pickworth, John
a bend between
Jenyns' Roll

(E.

I.

Roll) bore, gules,


)

Arden and Camden Rolls


Dering

fleurs-de-lys

and

bore, sable

six in

Howard and

six picks (3 and 3) or. (F. argent in Jenyns' Ordinary.

Rolls. Sir WILLIAM, of Kent (R. n. Roll) bore, argent, fiorette'e sable; ParliamenRoll. Sir FOUKI<; differenced with a label tary
(3)

Pierpont,

(PEKPUND) (H. in. Roll) bore, burulfe (16) argent and gules, a lyon rampant sable debruised of a baston or. (F.)
Arden and
St.

Henry

gu'es.

Peyton, Sir John de,


bore,
sable,

George

Rolls.

of Suffolk (E. n. a cross engrailed or, a Roll) mullet argent (Parliamentary, Arundel and Surrey Rolls) in the first and second quarter, in Jenyns' Ordinary probably a mistake. One of these names took up the cross in the last

Pierpont, Sir

(E. in. Roll) bore, argent, a lyon rampant sable, within an orle of six-foyles in the gules (the reverse ascribed to

Thomas

Edmond, Henry
EDMUND

and

Crusade 1270.

Peytwyn,

Sir Roger, of Lincolnshire (H. III. Roll) bore, ermine, three chevronels gules (four (F.) in Jenyns' Ordinary); Arden
and Parliamentary
Rolls.

Ashmole Roll and Jenyns' Surrey Roll) Roll, Ordinary cinquefoyles " in Cotgrnve " a where to the NKHHKW is ascribed
;

argent,

lyon rampant sable a baston gules.

Pierpont, Sir Robert

bore,

at

the

first

Peyvere,Sir Philip, of Norfolk (E.n. Roll) bore, or two bars sible between six martlets i an 2, 3, argent Parliamentary Roll addition.
;

Dunstable tournament 1308, argent, a lyon rampant sable debruised by a baston or (F. ) Cotgrave and Nativity Rolls.
;

Pierpont, Sir
(E.
II.

Robert
; ;

Peyvre, John,

baron 1298-9

bore, argent,
;

on a chevron gules three

.Nobility Roll. Sir ROGER, both of Beds., in Parliamentary Roll THOMAS, in Jenyns' Ordinary, and
;

fleurs-de-lys or Ascribed also to Sir JOHN and

argent, a lyon rampant sable (powdered with roses gules, Harl. '6137) a bordure of six roses gules, Harl. 4033 Parly.
Roll)

bore,

Roll.

WILLIAM

in

Glover Roll.
1418
first

Phelip, Sir William, K.G. quarterly gules and argent, in the K. 401 fo. 16. displayed or
;

Piers, Mons., LK CAPITOW DE BOUCH, Greilly.


;>.

K.G.

bore,

an eagle

Piers,

Pichford, Geffrey

(H.

rhecquy, or and azure, on lyonceux rampant argent.

in. Roll) bore, a fess gules three


(F.
)

(PYERS)-(E. i. Roll) bore, azure, a bend argent, cotised or, between six martlets 3 and 3 of the second (F. ); Segar Roll.

Henry

Arden
Roll)

and
bore,
)

Camden

Rolls.

Pigot, Sir Robert (PYGOT),

Pichford, John de
Arden
Roll.

(H.

in.

sable, seme'e of quartrefoyles

and a cinquefoyle
crusily
(F. in

slain at the siege of Calais 1347 bore, gules, three picks 2 and i BALDWIN also borne Surrey by argent (F.), Roll
;

pierced or; St. George Roll

Pigot, Geffrey,
(H. in. Roll) bore, argent,
;

Pickard, Roger
Roll.

three lozenges sable St. differenced with a label

George
(5)

Roll.
(F.
)

JOHN
Segar

gules.

of Melmerby (E. i. Roll) bore, sable three picks (picois) argent (F.); Grimaldi and Jenyns' Rolls and by RANDOLF in Surrey Roll.
;

Pickarde, Sir Myles (or PICHARD), of Salop.

Pigott, Sir J. (PYGOTT)


on a cross azure Atkinson Roll.
or,

five crescents

Richard
gules,
(F.
)

and Roger (E. n. Roll) bore, a fess or between three escallops argent.
[Sir

(H. vi. Roll) bore, argent


;

Parliamentary and Jenyns' Roll.

JOHN
;

differenced with a label of 3 azure sometimes or.] ROGKK, of Stondon, bore the fess argent

Pigott

--

),

Arden and
-(E. III.

St.

George

Rolls.

and bore, argent, two bends engrailed gules " Parly. in a marginal note, 3 molles sable" Roll, an addition.
;

Sr, of Norfolk

(E.

n.

Roll)

Pilcikenham, Raffe,
;

Roll) bore, or,

of Thornton Watlass on a chief indented


field
;

Pigott, Sir Baldwin,

azure three crescents of the

cinquefoyles
see

pierced in trick Jenyns' Ordinary LOUS or WATLASS.

WAT-

of Yorkshire, and of Doddington (E. II. Roll) bore, chief three besants azure, two bars or in Parly. Roll and Jenyns' Ordinary.

John

62

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

n c ow
;

Pigott, Sir Pyers de, of Notts

(E. n. Roll) bore, azure, a Ix'iid engrailed between six bend martlets 3 and 3 or (F.); Parly. Roll indented Jnnyns' Ordinary dancettee or fusily
; ;

Playz, Giles de, baron


;

1297 bore, per pale Nobility or and gules, a lyon passant argent Sir RICHARD, a son his Roll borne also by of battle the at Boroughbridge baron 1317.
in Parly. Roll, 1322 (F.) lyon passant gardant ascribed also to JOHN in Ashmole and Surrey

in

Arden

Roll.

[Pigott, William,

ob. 1376

bore, ermine
Shirley.]

three fusils conjoined in fess sable. F.

Rolls.

Plays, William

(E.

in.

Roll) bore, azure,


;

*[Pilkington, Sir Alexander


F.

1301

bore

voided gules. argent, a cross patonce


(E.
;

Shirley.]

on a chief argent, three chaplets gules mole Roll and Jenyns' Ordinary. F.

Ash-

Plesington, Robert de
azure,

(E. in. Roll) bore,

Pilkington
en.

three bends gules and Harleian Roll. voided sable

argent, on a canton (or!) a cross


i.

Roll)

bore,

a cross
;

flory

between four martlets

argent

Jenyns' Ordinary.

Plessetis,

f-Pin(e),

(H. in. Roll) bore, between three pine gules, a chevron argent, Arden and St. George Rolls. cones or(F.F.) de, of Northants, Pinkeney, Sir baron 1299 -bore, at the battle of Falkirk " fess or a engrele" gules (F.) i.e. five 1298, fusils conjoined Nobility Roll and Jenyns' the Barons' Ordinary, with which he sealed a fess letter to the Pope 1301, pp. xxii, xxiv b and fo. MS. Harl. in dancettee 52 6137 indented on fo. 22 b
;

Thomas de

and argent, six annulets gules (F.); Nobility other Rolls ascribed to Sir JOHN in Glover Roll three annulets in Norfolk Roll, under
;

Hugh

de, baron izgg-bore,

PLACETIS, PLESCY, PLESCIS, and PLESSIS.

Henry

Plecy, Sir
(E.
II.

torteaux Roll) bore, argent, six JOHN differenced with a label (3) azure, his son with a baston azure Parly. Roll.
;

Henry or Hugh

de, of Oxon
;

Sir

and
a

*[Plowden, John
fess dancettee

(E. in.) bore, azure, florettee at the points or.

Shirley.]

F.

Pinkenei, Robert-(E.
six fusils

i.

conjoined in fess gules, and THOMAS differenced with a baston sable (F. ); Segar
Roll.

Roll) bore,

or,

Plugenett, Sir Alan de

Pipard, Sir Rauff, baron

1299 bore, at the battle of Falkirk 1298, argent, a fess and a cinquefoyle azure canton on a a demi fess, In the Nobility and other Rolls two or (F). "une fees et demi "in Jenyns' Ordinary, bars the cinquefoyles pierced in Arden and St. Rolls. Signed but did not seal the
;

(or PI.UKF.NET), banneret, baron, 1295 bore, ermine, a bend Roll a banneret, engrailed gules (F.), Nobility Arundel Roll blasoned as a bend fusily in Segar and St. George Rolls as a bend of fusils and as a bend sinister (F. ) in the Howard Roll,
; ; ;

in Dering and fusily, probably erroneously, HUGO took up the cross in the Guillim Rolls.
last

Crusade

1270.

Plumpton, Robert de

and Sir
;

William

George

Barons'

letter to the

Pope

1301,

page

xxiv.

Pipe, Sir

(E. n. and a fess or Roll) bore, azure crusily 3, 3, Roll. fitchee ; Jenyns' Parly. Roll ; crusily

Thomas de la,

of Staffs

(H. in. Roll) bore, azure, five fusils in fess Ashmole, or, on each an escallop gules Arundel and Surrey Rolls, and Jenyns' Ordinary.

Plumpton, Sir Robert


; .

Piritone, Joan de
St.

(H. in. Roll) bore, or, Arden and a pear-tree vert fructed gules (F.
)
;

George
(

Rolls.
)

(E. n. Roll) bore, azure, six fusils conjoined in fess or, on each a a fess indented in mullet gules Parly. Roll Harl. MS. 4033 fo. 5i b

a Knight (H. vi. Roll) bore, Pitlysden azure argent, a fess between three pelicans vulning themselves Arundel Roll. JOHN DE PYVEI.MXIX took up the cross in the last Crusade 1270.
;

JPoer, Robert le

(H.

in.

Roll)

bore,

quarterly ermine and azure, faces or. (F.) Dering Roll.

two leopards'
n. Roll)

Fogeys, Sir Robert, of Bucks-(E.


bore, lozengy argent
(F.)
;

Placetis v. Plessetis. Plaice, Sir Edmond de

and gules Parly. Roll. YMBERT PUGEIS bore the reverse in the
Roll.

bore, at the
;

Howard
first

Dunstable tournament 1308, argent, a bend between six annulets 3 and 3 gules (F. ) bend azure in H. <fij8.
la, of Bucks, Kt.
;

Planche, Sir James de


(E.

Roll) bore, argent, billetty and a lyon rampant sable Harleian and Segar Rolls
n.
;

Poinings and Pointz v. Poynings and Poyntz. Pole v. de la Pole, and Pull. Pole, Michael de la, baron 1366 bore, or,
a lyon rampant gules; Nobility Roll borne also by Sir JOHN at the first Dunstable tour-

crowned

in Segar Roll the Parly. Roll billets are more like guttee de poix, they even F. suggest ermine. or, in
;

nament
Jenyns'

ascribed to WILLIAM in 1308 Ordinary; borne also by JOHN


;

MUSCEGROS and GRIFFITH OWEN,


sable
;

le fitz.

Sir

trt.

Plantagenet, v. enamelled tablet, GEOFFREY,


Count of Anjou, page
xxxviii.

LEWIS, of Cheshire, differenced with a baston


Parliamentary Roll.

ff

'

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

'63

*Foole, Sir
azure,

Thomas

of

(E. iv. Roll) bore,

Porter, Sir
three bells 2

W.
and
i

florett^e

and a lyon rampant argent,

(H. vi. argent

Roll)
;

bore,

Atkinson Roll.

sable, F.

quarterly with, argent, a chevron sable between three bucks' heads cabossed gules with crest ; Ballard Roll.

Potenhall, Sir

bore, at the siege of Calais 1345-8, or, on a fess azure three decrescents of the field. F.

John

*[Pole, Sir

John de

la

(E.

argent, a chevron between F. gules. Shirley.]

in.) bore, three crescents

Potenale, Sir
;

(E in. Roll) bore, argent, on a chevron azure three cinquefoyles or Ashmole Roll. pierced
(E.

John

JPole, 'Walter de la

(H. in. Roll) bore, gules, a saltire argent, within a bordure sable Povi.E in bezantfe (F. ) Dering Roll.

Pountney, John de
Jenyns' Ordinary.

in.
in

Howard
George

Roll
Rolls.

and PULLE

in

Arden and

St.

azure, a fess dancettee gules, leopards' faces sable on the

fess

Roll) bore, chief three in trick


;

Poley, Rauff
Roll.

(R. n. Roll) bore, argent,


;

on

Pouuel, Sir Ouuel

bore, at the battle of

a bend gules, three crosses patee or

Surrey

Boroughbridge 1322, paly (6) or and azure on a bend gules, three martlets argent. F.

Poleyn

or, a fess Roll.

a Knight (H. vi. Roll) bore, gules and a bendlet sable Arundel
)
;

Pouslyne,
POUSCYN

Sir "William (PO.NSCYN, or PUSLINCH), of Herefordshire (E. n. Roll) bore, quarterly argent and azure, a lyon rampant gules Parliamentary Roll.
;

*[Polhill, John (Hen. VI. Roll) bore, or, on a bend gules three crosses crosslet of the first.
Shirley.]
F.

Powell, Sire "Walter de,


;

of Oxon (E. n. Roll) bore, undee (6) or and sable a bend argent Parly. Roll tricked nebulee.

Poltimore, Richard de
bore, or, a lyon

rampant

vert

(H. in. Roll) Arden Roll.

Power Power

a Suffolk Knight (H. vi. Roll) ( ) bore, gules, on a chief argent three mullets pierced sable Arundel Roll.
;

JPoltimore, Lucas de and Richard


(H.
(F.
)

III.

Roll) bore, sable, a lyon

rampant
of

or.

Dering and Howard Rolls.

(PORE), bore, gules, a


argent.
(F.
)

Richard de
fess

(H. in. Roll)

and in chief two mullets Arden and St. George Rolls.

Poltimore, Sir Richard de,


(E. n. Roll} bore, or,

Devon
;

a cross engrailed gules, a

Powis, Le

Sr.

de

(H.

vi.

Roll) bore, or,

baston gobony

argent

and

azure

Parlia-

lyon rampant

Monumental

mentary Roll.

Roll. See gules; Nobility Brass, JOICE, Lady TIPTOKT.

*[Polwhele,
bore,
sable,

Richard
a
saltire

de

Powtrell, Sir Robert,


(E.

of Derbyshire,
or,
;

and
Roll

in.)

Roger
Poyerd
or

(E.

n.

Roll)

bore,

on a bend
Parly.

engrailed

ermine.

Shirley.]

F.

azure three rleurs-de-lys argent and Jenyns' Ordinary.


,

Pomerey,

Sir
(E.

Henry
in.

and

John
;

(E. in. Roll) bore, azure a

bend
;

Pomeray
(Pomfret
?)

rampant gules, Ashmole and Surrey


three cocks 2

bore, or, a lyon a bordure engrailed sable


Roll)
Rolls.

between

argent

two indents (cotises and another with a label


Roll.

indented) (3) gules

Ashmole
at the

(R.

n.
;

Roll)

bore, argent,

Poynings, Sir Michael,


first

and
.

sable

Surrey Roll.

Ponchardon

Punchardon.
(E.
i.

On the same (6) or and vert, a bend gules. occasion his brother Sir THOMAS bore on the bend three mulletsargent (Parly. Roll) at the
;

of Surrey -bore, Dunstable tournament 1308, barry

Popham, John de
;

Roll)

bore,

argent, a fess gules, in chief cabossed or Jenyns' Roll.

two bucks' heads


bore,

second tournament 1334, another THOMAS bore the undifferenced coat, when his brother MICHAEL differenced with a bordure engrele
(indented) ermine.

Popham, Raffe de
;

(E.

i.

Roll)

argent, on a chief gules three bucks' heads cabossed or POPHAM, a Jenyns' Roll. Suffolk Knight, carried a besant between the two bucks' heads Arundel Roll.
;

Poynings, Sir Michael,


JOHN
and

baron 1339

bore,

at the siege of Calais 1345-8, the paternal coat barry (6) or and vert a bend gules (F. ) Sir
(or CHRISTOPHER) bore the same, he his brother Sir were knighted at the capitulation (of Calais), when the latter

THOMAS

Popham, John
cabossed

bore, at the siege of

Rouen

1418, gules, besante (6, 4) and a chevron argent, quarterly with, argent, on a chief gules a besant between two stags' heads
or.

differenced with a baston


gules.

gobony argent and

F.

Porcel, Robert
three torteaux.
Roll.

(H. in. Roll) bore, ermine


(F.
)

Arden and

St.

George

Porcher
Roll.

(H. in. Roll) bore, argent, a St. George (F. ) cinquefoyle pierced gules.

Porchester, Sr.
lation of Calais 1348 sable. F.

knighted at the capitubore, or, eight barrulets


in.

Fordone, John de
gules, a fess (F. ) argent.
or, St.

(H.

Roll)

bore,
(6)

between three mullets George Roll.

.6 4

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

Oliver
/''onckarja-

Poynings (Robert)
of

lord bore, at the siege 1418, harry (6) or and vert, a bend gules, quarterly with, gules, three lyonceux passant argent debruised by a bend azure.

Kouen

Pugeis
(E.
II.

v.

Pogeys.
Sir Richard,
of

Puleston,

Cheshire
;

JPoynings,

Thomas
Roll,

Lucas
;

(H.

in.

Roll),
(6)

and

Roll) bore, sable three mullets argent Parly. Roll. (F.) JOHN DE PYVELSDON took up the cross in the last Crusade 1270; or

PlTLVSDEN.

(K. in. Roll) bore,

vert, a

gules Dering Roll a'nd Jenyns' probably erroneous when tricked, or three bars vert, a baston (bend)gules in Howard Roll for LUCAS, and in Jenyns' Roll for JOHN.

bend

barry

or and

Pulsford, Sir Robert,


;

of co. Lanes. bore, at the first Dunstable tournament 1308, sable, a cross flory or patonce in Parly, and Jenyns' Rolls (F.), said to be same as ROBERT SWINNKRTON who bore the cross florettee, which

Poyntz, Hugh, of Cory

bore, barry (8) gules and or Nobility Roll the reverse is ascribed to him as having been borne at the battle of Falkirk 1298, and at the siege of Carlaverock in 1300 (F.) signed the Barons' letter to the Pope 1301 these being the arms of FITZAI.AN were dis; ; ;

Malet, baron 1295

see.

Pull, -William de

(H. in. three eagles displayed azure


;

Roll) bore, or,

Howard
(H.
;

Roll.

4-Punchardon, Oliver de
bore, sable platey 4, 3, 2,
i

in.

Arden and

Roll)
St.

puted. Notwithstanding banneret) appears to have borne


first

this Sir

NlCHOL
;

(as

George Rolls

(F.)

3, 2, i in

Jenyns' Ordinary.

and 1'arly. Rolls), indeed, his seal with these arms and a label (5) is said to have been
attached by his father to the Barons' letter to the 1'ope of 1301, see pp. xx, xxiv.

Dunstable tournament 1308

them at the (Anmdel

Pundelarde, Robert
Howard
Roll.

(H. in. Roll) bore, per pale argent and vert, a Ivon rampant gules
F.

*Predias,

(R. n. Roll) bore, argent, a chevron sable, a label (3) gules (F. ) Surrey Roll.
;

John

jQueney, Robert a
bore,
gules,
in

Roll) argent, pierced argent in Dering Roll.

(or QUINCY) (H.ni. Roll) cinquefoyle (ermine in Glover Howard and Camden Roll;

F.

Prendergast, Robert
gules, a

(K.
;

n.

bend cotised argent Jenyns Ordinary.


(K.
i.

Roll) bore,

Queney, "Walder de (or QUERYNE)


Roll) Roll.

bore,

or,

(H. in. a cinquefovle gules: Glover


(E. in. Roll) bore,

Presmarsh, Sir Reynold de

bore, bendy (8) or and azure, on a chief of the second two palets between as many esquires based of the first, over all an inescocheon Holland Roll. (F.) See MORTIMER argent which is barry.
;

Roll)

Quentin, Sir "William


gules,

on a chevron argent
;

three

martlets

sable

Ashmole

Roll.

F.

Quilly, Sir
Ashmole

Preston, Piers de
LAVVK
IK.
I.
I

K. in. Roll),

(K); Grimaldi and Holland Rolls; crusily fitchee in Howard Roll, and perhaps crusily potent in Dering Roll for a WIU.IAM. J

Roll) bore, gules, crusily

(ioust), JUXTA WF.NDESand Sir "William de and a bend or

(E. in. Roll) bore, argent, a chevron between three mullets sable Roll pierced in Harl. Roll.

Roger

Quincy, Roger de,


Ashmole

Earl of Winchester (H. VI. Roll) bore, gules, seven mascles conjoined 3, 3, i or; Nobility Roll 3, 2, i in
(K. in.) Roll.

Preston
or
;

)a Suffolk Knight (H. vi. Roll) bore, ermine, on a chief sable, three crescents
(

Quisance, "William de

Arundel

Roll.

bore, at the second Dunstable tournament 1334, sable a bend engrailed argent, a label gules. F.

Preston,
;

Thomas de

(R.

n.

gules five fusils in chief argent Surrey Roll.

Roll) bore
in

Quitricke,

and three

base

(or WHITRICK) (E. Roll) bore, argent a fret and a quarter gules fretty in trick Jenyns' Roll.
;

John

i.

Prestwolde,
sable, a

chevron or
;

Hugh de -(K.
fretty gules,

in. Roll) bore,

Qukin, Roland
bore,
Roll.

(or

between three

bendy

(6)

gules

and ermine.
(E.

QUENKIN)

(E.
(F.)

i.

Roll)

Segar

garbs argent

Jenyns' Ordinary.
three

Preyers, Sir Henry,


bore,
\

gules,
f*.

iirly.

Roll.

of Rutland -(E. n escallops argent;

Quixley, John de
gules, three

Preyers, Sir John,


les,
'

fess

iirl

Roll.

of Kssex (K. n Roll) double cotised argent;


(K,
'

Roll) bore, in pale argent collared gobony or and sable. (F.) ADAM differenced this with an escallop sable on the shoulder of each hound the collars, checquv or and sable.

in.

greyhounds courant

"L.

e y. ers Sir

Thomas de, of Kssex


*

''"*'

Parlv

RoU

^"^

n
r
;

arge "' COt Sed


(K.
Roll.

Preys, Sir Philip de


paly
|>as.-a

m.

16)

nt argent;

or and azure, on a chief gules a Ivon

Roll) bore

Ashmole
;
.

F.

Prideaux, John

Predias.
(I'RKUX), of Cornsable,
;

Vrt
crusilv and Parly. Roll.
vert

Prowze
'!
i-

Sir -William le
ii.

Roll)

bore,

lyoncem rampant argent


-(K.
in.

Pudsay, John

uvron between three spur-rowells or Ordinary and Hallard Roll.

R<,n> bore,
;

Itm-iis'

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

165

Bishop Odo, holding a dub,

rallies the

young

soldiers.

After the Bayeux Tapestry.

R
i-Rabayn, Ellis de
Glover Roll.
Roll) bore, (H. argent, a fess between three escallops gules
;

in.

Ravensholme, Sir John


siege of Calais 1345-8 vert,
;

Rocel. *Radcliffe, Sir John


v.

Racel

(E. in. Roll) bore. argent, two bends engrailed sable,- a label (3) (F.) JOHN of Ordsall bore the same, gules. his brother ROBERT of Smithills bore it undifferenced and his son NICHOLAS of ChadHarl. derton, differenced with a fess gules
;

bore, at the fess or a lyon M.S. 3968 Harl. (F. passant gardant gules. MS. Ashmole in the note a fo. 123 marginal ascribes to him argent, on a fess double as in battely gules, a lyon passant gardant or, Jenyns Roll and Ordinary.

on a

de (E. [Rawdon, Michael three


argent a fess between
Shirley.
]

in.)

bore,
sable.

pheons

F.

MS.

1481

fo. 68.

Ragan, John
sable
;

Ray, John de
(E.
I.

(E. in. Roll) bore, quarterly

a chevron between three bucks' heads couped


Roll) bore, argent,

fleursargent and azure, on a bend gules three Jenyns' Ordinary. de-lys or


;

Jenyns' Roll.

JRalee,

Henry (or RALKY) and Sir John de


III.
)

Raynes, John

(REYNES) and Sir

Thomas

(H. Roll) bore, gules, crusily or, a bend vair. (F. Dering (Ashmole copy), Howard and St. George Rolls tricked also probably
in error, (i) gules,

or and gules, a (R. n. Roll) bore, checquy Ashmole and Surrey Rolls. canton ermine Another coat with a canton argent in Ashmole
;

Roll.

a fess

vair,

and

(2)

ermine

a bend vair.

fRaynes, Roger de

Ralee, Sir Simon,

of Devon (E. n. Roll) bore, gules, a bend lozengy (4) argent Parly. Roll engrailed in Harl. MS. 4033 fo. 33.
;

(H. in. Roll) bore, azure, fretty sable and a bend vaire potent counter potent or and gules Howard Roll.
;

Raynsford, Henry
;

Raley, John
and
in

(E. in. Roll) bore, checquy or gules, a chief undee (4) argent and azure Tenyns' Ordinary blasoned a'zure and argent
;

i. Roll) bore, a bordure sable argent, a cross p'my and a cross Jenyns' Roll another coat argent, For parmy Ballard Roll. sable with crest DACRE. and see also CONSTABLE,

(E.

COTGRAVK.

Rayle, Sir
mole
Roll.
( )

Thomas de
and

Rede
(E. in.
;

Roll)

bore,

azure,

a Suffolk Knight (H. vi. Roll! three pheasants 2 and t or


;

bore, checquy or

gules, a chief vair

Ash-

Arundel
(E.

Roll.

Rame

an Essex Knight (H. vi. Roll) bore, azure, three ranis' heads cabossed argent
;

Redisham, Sir Edmond,


n.

of Norfolk
gules
;

argent, fiorettee Parliamentary Roll, additional.


Roll)

bore,

Arundel

Roll.
.

Ramerne, Sire de
Rameston, Thomas de

(E.

i.

Roll) bore,

Redesham, Walter de
checquy argent and gules.
Roll) bore, argent, fretty Surrey Roll.

(E.
(F.)

i.

Camden

Roll) bore, Roll.

argent, a lyon rampant sable, oppressed by a Camden Roll. baston sable. (F. )
(R. n. Roll) bore, argent, a chevron sable, in the cantel a the last of Surrey Roll. cinquefoyle pierced Ascribed also to Sir THOMAS RAMPSTON,
;

Redford, Henry de (RYDFORD)


and a

(R. n. chief sable

Redham, William de
gules,
lets

(H. in. Roll) bore,


St.

an inescocheon within an orle of mart(F.)

n.<;.

1402; K. 400

fo. 25.

argent.

Arden and

George

Rande, William
;

(E. in. Roll) bore, gules,

Rolls.

three chevronels argent, a bordure engrailed sable Jenyns' Ordinary. bore, sable
gules, on a cross argent Parly. Roll.
five

Randolph, Sir John, of Wilts-(E.


;

n. Roll) mullets

Ratclyffe, Sir
)

bore, at the siege of Calais 134^-8, argent, a bend engrailed sable. Borne also by RAUCI.IF of the Tower (F. and by Sir JOHN, K.G. H. VI. Ballard Roll See also RAOCLIFKE.
; ;

John

Ratelysdown
six escallops 3, 2,
i

or
),

(E. HI. Roll) bore, azure Ashmole Roll. ;

Ravenscroft
Ballard Roll.

of

Cheshire

(F.

iv.

Roll) bore, argent, a chevron sable between three ravens' heads erased proper with crest

166

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

Bednian, Richard
Rouen

bore, at the siege of 1418, gules, three lozenge-cushions ermine tasselled or. (F.) Surrey Roll and In the Parliamentary Roll Jenyns' Ordinary. (E. II. they are ascribed to Sir of Cumberland, and tricked as three square cushions or; Parly. Roll, in Harl. MS. 4033; lorenge ermine, Sic. in Harl. 6137. See also Glover Roll (H. Hi.).
I

MATHEW

de (E. in. Roll) bore, quarterly argent and gules a bordure engrailed sable Jenyns' Ordinary. de, of Ashby (E. i. Roll) Retford, bore, ermine, on a chevron sable three escallops
Retford,
;

John

Thomas

argent

Jenyns' Roll.

Retour, Richard
Jenyns' Roll.

(E. i. Roll) bore, argent, three tree stumps (racynes) eradicated sable
;

Redman, Mathew

(R. n. Roll) bore, gules, a chevron argent between three lozengecushions ermine tasselled or Surrey Roll.
;

Revel, Sir John


a chevron
Sir
gules, a
;

(E. in. Roll) bore,

ermine,
;

WILLIAM

differenced

bordure engrailed sable with a mullet or


Roll.

Rednesse, William de
sable, a

(E. HI. Roll)bore,

on the chevron

Ashmole

argent

chevron between three leopards' faces Cotgrave Roll.


Karl of

Rever, John, v. Rider. Reveshall, John de (H.


or,

in.

Redvers,
of Wight.
or, St.

Devon and

See

DEVON and

lord of the Isle ISLE.

a cross gules, a label

(5)

Roll) bore, of France (F. )


;

Redvers, Baldwin de
)
;

(E. n. Roll) bore,

a lyon rampant azure; Parly., Segar and the LORD PERCY carries George Rolls (F.

Arden and St. George Rolls. Reydon, Sir Robert de, of Suffolk (E. n. Roll) bore, checquy argent and gules, a cross
azure
azure,
;

the same.

Parly. Roll another REYDON coat, a cross counter-compony argent and


;

Rees,

ap (H. in. Roll) bore, gules, a chevron between three spur-rowells argent
(F.); St.

Howel
?-.

gules

Ashmole

Roll.

George

Roll.

v. Raynes. j-Reymes, Roger de, Reynell, John (E. in. Roll) bore,

Reigate Rygate. Rekell or REKETT


(H.vi.
Roll) bore, gules

ermine, a chevronel gules, a chief indented sable Jenyns' Ordinary.


;

a Kentish Knight
;

Reynham, Edmund de
sable, Surrey Roll.

(R.
i

n..

Roll)
;

between three annulets argent

two barrulets sable Arundel Roll.


(H. in. Roll) bore, 2, i, edges to the
;

bore,

three mallets
v.

2 and

argent

tRenci, Sire de (RENTI)


gules, three

Reythinge

Roynger.

broad axes erect


;

dexter argent

or in

Ashmole MS.

Ribbesford, Sir Henry,

Dering

Repinghall, John de
(F.);

(E. i. Roll) bore, sable two bars argent, in chief three plates

of co. Leic. (E. n. Roll) bore, ermine, a chief gules fretty or (F.) ; Parly. Roll ; RIBEFORD in Arden and St. George Rolls. of

Riboo, Richard,
Roll) bore, argent,

Newbegging
;

(E.

in.

Camden

Roll.

three

torteaux

Repps, Sir John,


Ordinary.

a chevron gules between Grimaldi Roll RYBO in

of Norfolk (E. n. Roll) bore, ermine, three chevronels sable; Parly and Ashmole Rolls and lenvns' (additional)

Jenyns' Ordinary.

Richmond, Roald

Reresby, Sire
battle of

Adam
;

de

bore,

at

the

both LE FlTZ differenced with a label h) or Jenyns Roll and Ordinary.


1

Boroughbridge 1322, gules, on a bend argent three crosses (patee) sable (F Jenyns' Roll and Ordinary usually tricked as the modern patonce. THOMAS and WILI.I \
)

and

le, Constable of the Honour of (H. in. Roll) bore, gules, two St. George Roll. gemelles and a chief or SIR THOMAS DE RICHMONDE bore the same at the siege of Carlaverock 1300 (F. ) Nativity
; ;

Parly. Rolls.

Richmond, Earl
tagne.

of,

v.

John de Bre-

Reresby, Thomas

on a bend argent three mullets pierced sable Surrey Roll.


les,

(R. n. Roll) bore, gules


:

Resonne, Sir John de

(E. n. Roll) bore a lyon rampant or, in the cantel a cross vair in another trick, a cross patonce patonce vert on the shoulder of the lyon Roll.
;

Parly!

Restwold, Richard-(E.
saltire

ermine and gules

Roll) bore Jenyns' Roll.


i.

per

of, Peter of Savoy, maternal uncle to ELEANOR, Consort of Hen. in. bore, an eagle displayed within a bordure died at Chillon, in the pays de Vaud 7 or 9 June 1268, buried in the Abbey of Hautecombe in Savoy, see Bookplate. Riddell, Sir William (RYDELL), of the North bore, at the first Dunstable tourna. ment 1308, and at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322, gules, a lyon rampant within a bordure indented argent (F.) Parly. Roll and Jenyns' Ordinary.
;

^Richmond, Earl

PETER OF SAVOY, EARL OF RICHMOND.


IN THE COLLEGIATE

CHURCH OK AQUABELLA, IN SAVOY, 1268.


From
tlie

"
Archceologia.'"

SOME FEUDAL COATS OP ARMS

167

Riddell, Sir

John

(RYDELL), of Beds.
(6)

Roche, Sir
;

(E. n. Roll) bore, Parly. Roll.

paly

argent and gules

J. (H. vi. Roll) bore, gules, Atkinson Roll. See also three roach argent
;

DE LA ROCHE.
;

Riddell,

(RYDELL) (E. i. Roll) bore, argent, a fess azure between three garbs gules Jenyns' Roll.

John

Rochecourt, Sir Theobald


jRocheford, Gyles de
)

bore, at the siege of Calais 1345-8, sable, five fleurs-de-lys F. 2, i, 2 in saltire or.

Rider, John (REVER)


;

i. Roll) bore, (E. argent, on a bend azure cotised gules three crescents or Jenyns' Roll.

(H. in. Roll) bore, argent, burulee (9, 12) azure, a chief dancettee Dering and Howard (4 indents) gules. (F.
Rolls.

Ridemore, Sir Walter de (RYDEMOR)


bore, at the first Dunstable tournament 1308, gules, three stirrups argent (F. ); also tricked as escallops.

Rocheford,
Roll)

Guy Guy

bore,

le, quarterly

le

Poytevin (H. in. argent and gules


in.

Glover Roll.

Ridmer, Reynaud de
azure, Roll.

(E. in.

a chief argent, a bend sable


(E. in.

Roll) bore, Grinialdi


;

Rochford,
quarterly or
first

de
;

(H.

Roll)

bore,

and gules

Norfolk Roll.

Rochford, Sir Robert de


;

Ridmer, Reynald de
Jenyns' Ordinary.

Roll) bore, argent, a chief indented azure, a baston sable

Ridware, Sir Thomas


;

de, of

co.

Cam-

-bore, at the Dunstable tournament 1308, quarterly or and gules, a bordure indented sable (F. on which occasion Sir ROGER bore the bordure indented argent.
)

bridge (E. II. Roll) bore, azure, displayed argent Parly. Roll.

an eagle

Rochford, Sir Thomas de,

knighted at

Rigby
;

)a Knight (H. VI. Roll) bore, argent, on a cross patonce sable five mullets or Arundel Roll.
(

the capitulation of Calais 1348 bore, quarterly or and gules a label (5) azure (F. ); ascribed also to GUY in Howard Roll and a label (3) azure to RAFFE in Jenyns' Ordinary.

Rigmayden, Thomas
; ;

Rocheford, Sir John and Sir Raffe,


Essex
(E.
II.

argent three bucks' heads sable Jenyns' Roll of Wedacre, in Ballard


Roll.

(E. i. Roll) bore, 2 and i cabossed

Ripley, Sir
azure.

of Calais 1348

at the capitulation ) Knighted bore, or, three lyons rampant

of bore, quarterly or and Ashmole, gules, a bordure sable besantee Atkinson and Surrey Rolls another RAFKE, differenced with an annulet argent, on the Sir JOHN, of Surrey Roll. gules quarters Essex, differenced with a martlet sable; ParRoll)
; ;

liamentary Roll.

Ripley (REPPLEY), an Essex Knight (H. vi. Roll) bore, ermine, a fess or between three toads (tortoise in trick) sable Arundel
;

Rocheford, Raffe
Rouen
1418,
gules,

bore,

at

the siege of
or,

an eagle displayed

Roll.

quarterly with, quarterly or bordure sable bezantee. (F".


)

and

gules,

Ripley, Sir
Ashmole

John

Rockley, Richard de (ROKELEY)


(RYPEI.)
(E.

bore,

in.

Roll)
;

at the

bore, or, two chevrons


Roll.

and a canton gules


of

ermine and

Rivers, Sir John de,

Aungre (Onger),

banneret, baron 1299 bore, at the battle of Ealkirk 1298 and at the siege of Carlaverock 1300, masculy or and gules generally tricked six (or 7) mascles 3, 2, i (F.) but also as Arundel and lozenges (F. ) and as fusils
;

1300, lozengy gules. (F. JAMES Of Wokingdon and Sir RICHARD of Suffolk bore the same Jenyns' Ordinary and Parliamentary Roll sometimes blasoned masculy, Glover Roll and Jenyns' Ordinary, and the tinctures resiege
)
,

of

Carlaverock

versed, as in Parly,

and Ashmole

Rolls.

KRockley, Richard de la
(F.)
St.

(H. in. Roll) bore, lozengy argent and gules, a bend azure.

Parliamentary Rolls.

George

Roll. (R. n.

Rivers, Sir Donnet

bore, at the siege of Calais 1345-8, gules, a pale masculy or. (F.
)

Rockley, Robert de
Roll.

Roll)
;

bore,

lozengy argent and gules, a fess sable

Surrey

For surname PAYNE ROET in Ashmole MS. RUETT and RUVETT or RYVETT also occur as
;

Rockley

suggestions.

Rivers, Sir William de (RYZERE),


colnshire (E. ermine, a label
II.

of Lin-

(E. iv. Roll) bore, argent, a fess sable between seven lozenges 3, 3, i gules with crest Ballard Roll.
;

Roll) bore,

(3)

or

gules, a bend Parliamentary Roll.

jRocksley, John and Sir Richard,


Kent (H.
ill.

of

and E.

II.

Rolls) bore, azure,

Roald, Constable of the Honour of Richmond (H. HI. Roll) bore, gules, two gemelles and a chief or St. George Roll.
;

gules between six lyonceux rampant (F. ) Dering, Howard, and Parly. argent.
fess

Rolls.

Robsart
,

RoclifFe,

John de

and

Sir

Robert
;

),

knighted
;

at the capitulation of

Calais 1348, bore, vert, a lyon rampant or ("alii the reverse") borne also by Sir JOHN, K.G. and Sir GEORGE, K.G. temp. H. v. F.

(E. in. Roll) bore, argent, a chevron between three lyons' heads erased 2 and i gules Ashmole Roll and Jenyns' Ordinary. Sir RICHARD Ashmol e differenced with a chess-rook or
;

Rocel,

(H. in. Roll) bore, argent, two bars fusily gules azure in St. George Roll

Raf

Roll.

sometimes dancettee.
folk,

(F.

Arden

Roll.

Roceline, Sir Peers (ROSSELYN),


and

of Nor-

Rocliffe, Robert (E. in. Roll) bore, argent, a chevron and in chief two lyons' heads erased Jenyns' gules, an annulet or for difference
;

Roll) bore, gules, three buckles 2 and i argent, tongues to the dexter; St. George and Parly. Rolls. (F.) Another THOMAS, in Jenyns' Ordinary, the tongues to the sinister.
(E.
II.

Thomas

Ordinary.

Rodes, Sir Gerard


IE.
I.

de, Chevr. de France-

jRodes, William de
.

Roceline, Sir William (ROSSELYN),


,

of Norfolk (E. II. Roll) bore, azure, three buckles or, tongues to the dexter in Harl. MS. 6137 fo. i6 b and to the base in Harl.
M.S. 4033
;

bore, rampant or Dering Roll debruised by a baston gules. (F.) Camden Roll.
azure, a lyon
;

Roll) bore, gules; Nativity Roll. (H. in. Roll)

Rodney, John de (R. n. three eagles displayed 2 and Roll. Sir WALTER bore the
Ashmole
Roll.

Roll) bore, or, gules Surrey


; ;

eagles purpure

Parly. Roll.

F.

68

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

Donnet Rivers. Rohaut, Sir Roger (E. n. Roll) bore,


Roet,

Payne

r.

Sir

Roos
or,
.1

two chevronels gules on a canton of the last mullet pierced argent Ashmole Roll. F.
;

Sr. de (K. n. and Badlesmere, Roll) bore, gules, three water-bougets argent. a fess quarterly with, BADLESMERE argent, Borne double cotised gules Surrey Roll.
;

Le

also

by WILLIAM, Lord Roos,

K.I;.

1414.

*Rokeby, Sir Robert de,

knighted at the bore, argent, a chevron siege of Calais 1348 rooks between three snble proper (F. ); ascribed also to ALEXANDER in Grimaldi Roll,

Roos, James, Sir Robert, of Gedney,


gules,

Notts, and William (E. in. Rolls) bore, three water-bougets ermine. (F.)

and

to

THOMAS

in

Ashmole and Surrey


(

Surrey, Parly,

and
;

St.

George

Rolls.

THOMAS

Rolls. K. in.

Rolleston, John and William de


Roll) bore, sable,

the sime. ROBERT differenced with a label azure St. George Roll.

KNOVILE bore

saltire

argent

and Jenyns' Ordinary.


cross 1270.

ELYAS
(H.
in.

Surrey Roll took up the


Roll)

Roos, John,
;

of Youltcn, and Sir Richard in. Roll) bore, gules, three water(E. Roll and Jenyns' Ordior Ashmole bougets
nary.

JRome, Roger de
argent, a fess sable
gules.
(F.
)

bore,

and in chief a lyon passant Dering Roll.


(H.
in.

Roos, Robert,
Kendale
;

JRomenal, Roger de
or,
)
;

Roll) bore,

two chevronels gules, on a quarter of the second three cats' (or leopards') faces 2 and i or (F. Dering Roll. Another, on the canton
gules, Roll.
in.

of Werke, and Thomas, of (H. in. Roll) bore, or, three waterGlover Roll and Jenyns' bougets sable Ordinary. JOHN, differenced with a crescent sable Jenyns' Ordinary.
;

a lyon passant of the


(or

field

Howard

Ros, Sire
bore, at

Thomas de

(of

Yorkshire)

Romesbury, John de
{K.

RONNKBUKY)
;

Roll)

bore,

between
Ordinary.

four

pyes

argent, a saltire gules, (birds) sable Jenyns'


(F,.
i.

the battle of Boroughbridge 1322, gules, a fess vair between four water-bougets the lattei or three (F. ) only in Ashmole MS. borne also by Sir THOMAS and THOMAS I>E BEUSEBY or' BOUSEBYE Nativity Roll and
;

Jenyns' Ordinary.
Roll) bore, argent,
;

Romsey, Walter
a
fess gules,

a label

(5)

azure

Roos, Sir John


Dunstable
(F.)
sic.

Jenyns' Roll.

Ronye, Sir Thomas

le bore, at the first Dunstable tournament 1308, ermine, on a chief indented gules two escallops argent. F.

le de filz) bore, at the first tournament 1308, gules, three lyonceux rampant argent, a label (3) azure

Rookwood,
(H.
VI.
3, 2, I

Sir William,
argent,
Roll.
;

Roll) bore,

six

of Suffolk chess-rooks

*i~Roper, Edwin (E. I.) bore, per fess a/ure and or, a pale counterchanged, three bucks' heads erased of the second. Shirley.] F.

sable

Arundel

F.

Rosehall,
trick)
;

Ros, Sire George de


Boroughbridge
bougets

sable Notts, in Parliamentary Roll.

bore, at the battle of 1322, argent, three waterborne also by Sir JOHN, of

de (E. in. Roll) bore, azure, a fess between six martlets or (argent in
Jenyns' Ordinary.

John

Resells,
six

Henry
i

(E.

in.
;

Roos, Robert and Sir William,


;

roses 3, 2,

argent
(F.)

banneret

JOHN

(H.

in.

Roll) bore,
St.

Roll) bore, gules Jenyns' Ordinary. argent, ten roses

(both), of Ingmanthorpe (E. III. Roll) bore, Norfolk Roll azure, three water-bougets or and Jenyns' Ordinary. Sir WILLIAM of Youlbore the water-bougets ton, also Yorks.,

gules, pierced or.

George
;

Roll.

Rotherfield,

(R. n. Roll) bore, Surrey Roll. gules, three fleurs-de-lys ermine


v.

Adam de

argent,

and a

label (3) or

Parliamentary Roll.
r

Roucliffe
the

Rocliffe.
la, founder of
in Ireland, v.

Roos, John

le

(R.

n.

three water-bougets gules

Roll) bore, ermine, Surrey Roll.

Rouge-Mayne, Charles de
Abbey of Lakee
lin.

MacMoyof co.

Roos, William,

of Hamlake, banneret, baron 1285 bore, at the battle of Falkirk and at the 1298, siege of Carlaverock 1300, three gules, water-bougets argent. (F.) Sealed the Barons' letter to the Pope 1301, see pp. xvii, xxiv. Ascribed also to (J) ROBERT in Dering, Norfolk and other Rolls. JOHN, 8th Lord, also bore the same at the siege of Rouen
1418.
;

Rous, Geoffrey,
Gloucester
;

and Sir

John,

Roll) bore, per pale azure and gules three lyonceux rampant 2 and i ermine Parly. Roll and Jenyns' Ordinary.
(E.
II.

Rous, Giles
gules
;

le

(H. in. Roll) bore, per pale


i

ROBERT

fil

WILLIAM

bore a label

(3)

and azure three lyonceux rampant 2 and argent St. George Roll.

azure Glover Roll another WILLIAM differenced, with a crescent sable on the first water-

Rous, Roger
pale gules
Rolls.

le

(H.

in.

l-toll)

bore, per

bouget
p. vii.

Surrey Roll.

See Tiles, Neath Abbey,

and azure a lyon rampant tail fourchee argent (F. ); Arden and St. George

MOM-MKVIAI. KIM<;\ OK

ROBERT RODS,

BROUGHT TO THK TEMPLE CHURCH FROM YORK, From Richardson.

1682.

SOME FEUDAL

COATS OF ARMS.

169

Rous, Sir Roger.of co. Glouc.


bore,
;

(E. n. Roll)

Russell,

per pale or and azure three lyonceux rampant gules Parly. Roll.
(or

and (E. n. Roll) bore, or, a chevron azure l>etween three roses gules a label (3) argent Jenyns' Roll and
;

Hugh

Thomas

Rous, John de
;

Roos)

(K.

in.

Roll)

Ordinary.

bore, checquy gules and argent and gules Jenyns' Ordinary.

tricked argent

Russell,
between

(E.

in.

Roll)
;

bore,

six martlets sable

Ashmole
n.

or, a fess Roll.

Rous, John
1

(E. in. (or Roos), of Tyde Roll) bore, barry (8) gules and argent, a chief
all

Russell, Sir
f

John
five
fo.

(E.
5''.

Roll) bore, or,


;

on a cross sable
in

martlets argent

mullets
in.

of the last over

a bend engrailed azure

Harl.

MS. 6137

Jenyns Ordinary.

Russell, Maurice and Raufe


Roll)
*
;

(H.

Rous, Sir John de


;

(Roos), of co. Line. (K. II. Roll) bore, argent, three bars gules, a bend engrailed sable Parly. Roll.
le, of Beds.
;

bore,
;

argent,

on a chief gules three


Jenyns' Rolls.
bore, argent, a lyon
F.

besants

Howard and
gules,

Russell, Henry, 1455


rampant
of the
first.

Rous, Sir Richard


counterchanged

(K.

n.

on a chief sable three escallops


(R. n.

Roll) bore, quarterlv argent and sable, a baston sable in trick Parly. Roll
(K. n. Roll) bore, a chief dancettee gules three (some;

Shirley.]

and Jenyns' Ordinary. Rous, Sir Thomas le

Russell, Robert
on a bend
swans argent

Roll) bore, gules, sable, fimbriated or, two mullets of the last pierced of the field alternated with two
;

ermine, on times two) escallops argent

Surrey Roll.

Parly. Roll.

Russival,
fess

Sire

Thomas
;

bore,

[Rouse, Peter
Shirley.]

(E. HI.) bore, sable,

dancettee or between three crescents argent.


F.
(R. n. Roll) bore, argent,

of Boroughbridge 1322 between six martlets 3 and 3 or.


battle

at sable, a K.

the
fess

Rutland, Earl of
K.o.

ED.

PI.ANTAGENET,

Routh, John de
field
;

on a bend cotised sable three mullets of the


Surrey Roll.

Routhe, John de
(6)
;

(K. HI. Roll) bore, barry or and azure on a bend argent three rooks proper Jenyns' Ordinary.

1390-1402 bore, France and England quarterly, a label (5) per pale argent (charged with nine torteaux) and gules, charged with a label (3) per three castles or Surrey Roll
; ;

Routhe, John de
;

and argent, on the gules, six castles and on the silver, as many lyonceux rampant gules K. 399 fo. n.
pale gules
or,
;

(E. in. Roll) bore, barry (6) azure and or a bend gobony argent and of the first Jenyns' Ordinary, Harl. MS. 6^89
fo. 24.

Ryba, Richard
a

(E. in. Roll) bore, argent, gules between three torteaux.; and Roll Grimalcli Jenyns' Ordinary.

chevron

Routhe, Piers de
;

in. (E. Roll) bore, argent, a chevron sable between three wolves' heads erased gules Grimaldi Roll lyons' heads instead of wolves' heads are ascribed to

Rydergens, Sir John, FRANCOYS


at the battle of
;

bore,

THOMAS

in Jenyns'

Ordinary.
(E. in. Roll) bore, argent, Roll.

Boroughbridge 1322, azure, a bend argent, an inescocheon or charged with a bend engrailed sable Ashmole MS. See LYDEVUSERS, another suggestion for this
rather doubtful

Rowthings,
four palets gules
;

name

is

LYDKRGAM.
bore, at
;

Ashmole

Rye, Sir "William de


ermine, a label
Roll.
(3)

the

first

Roynge(r), Sir Rafe de,


;

IE. II. Roll) bore, argent, eight martlets in orle gules Parly. Roll.

of Norfolkthree bars and

Dunstable tournament 1308, gules,


or (F.)

a bend
Nativity

azure

in

Rue,

de (E. in. Roll) bore, argent, on a bend cotised sable three mullets of the field Jenyns' Ordinary.
;

Amande

Rygate, John,
bore, nary.

of Howke (H. in. Roll) argent a bend lozengy azure (bend Jenyns' Ordiengrailed in Harl. MS. 6589)
;

Rushall, Richard de

rampant within adopted by HARPUR. Shirley.] an Essex ? knight (H. Russell


Arundel
Roll.

bore, argent, a lyon a bordure engrailed sable,

Rythre, Sir William de,


1299
;

banneret, baron

vi. Roll) bore, gules, three palets argent, a chief azure


;

bore, at the battle of Falkirk 1298, and also at the siege of Carlaverock 1300, azure, See three crescents or (F.) Parly. Roll, &c. WILLIAM differenced Monumental Effigy.

with a label

Russell, Sir GeffVay

(5)

g'ules.

(F.

Arden and

St.

(ROSSEI.L), of N'orthants or Rutland (E. n. Roll) bore, argent, a chevron azure between three roses gules Parly. Roll (crosses crosslet fitchee instead of roses for THOMAS). Another THOMAS, bore it with the field or Jenyns' Roll and Ordinary.
;

George

Rolls. (E.
I.

SIR WILLIAM BE RYTHER. IN RYTHER CHURCH, YORKS, 1308.


After Hollis.

Ryther, John de
WYTHER.

Roll) bore, argent,


(

on a bend azure three crescents or See also Roll and Ordinary.

F.

WITHER

Jenyns' or

170

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

Here

is

Duke

William.

After the Bayeux Tapestry.

Sacheverell
on
a
saltire

(E. in. Roll) bore, argent,

St. Clere,

Sir

John
;

de, of Suffolk
rampant,
tail

(E. n.

azure

five

water-hougets or

Jenyns' Ordinary.

Roll) bore, or, a lyon gules collared argent

fourchge,

Parly. Roll.

Sackville, (Sir) Andrew (of Suffolk)


at

bore,
;

St. Cler,

tournament 1308, borne quarterly or and gules, a bend vair (F. also by another (J) ANDREW or ADAM in Doing Roll, by GEOFFREY of Sussex, and by JOHN, and THOMAS in Surrey Roll and Jenyn.s' Roll and Ordinary. An Essex knight bore the bend argent Arundel Roll H. VI.
the
first

Dunstable

William (H. in. Roll) bore, argent, a lyon rampant gules, a bordure sable (sometimes bezantee) (F.); St. George Roll; lyon crowned or and bordure crusily or
;

Arden

Roll.

St. Cler, (R. n. Roll) bore, gules, a fess between three leopards' faces or Surrey
;

Thomas

Roll.

Sackville,
(H. gules
III.
;

Bartholomew

and

Thomas

Roll) bore, ermine, three chevronels Glover and Surrey Rolls.

St. Clere, "William de (H. in. Roll) bore, gules, a fess between three boars' heads or
;

Howard
St.

Roll.

St.

Amand, Almaric,

of

Wodehay, banneletter to

George, Sir

Bawdwyn

de, of

co.

ret,

He bore, at the Pope 1301, pp. xviii, xxiv. the siege of Carlaverock 1300, or, fretty sable, on a chief of the last three bezants. F. See Monumental Brass the field argent in Nobility Roll. Sir WILLIAM bore the same in Jenyns' Ordinary, and the Lord St. AMAND is said to have borne them at the siege of Rouen in 1418, but the barony appears to have been in abeyance 1402-49. Curiously blasoned as, or a
( )
;

baron 1299, sealed the Barons'

Cambridge
patonce
St.

(E. n. Roll) bore, argent, a cross sable ; Parly. Roll.

-(E. in. Roll) bore, George, argent, a chief azure, over all a lyon rampant gules, crowned or Surrey Roll and Jenyns' Ordinary Sir WILLIAM, of co. Cambridge, bore the lyon uncrowned in Parly. Roll.
;

Bawdwyn

St.

Helen, John de
six

(H.
2,
i

in.

Roll) bore,

but in Jenyns' Ordinary as, or three chevronels interlaced sable, &c., both in all probability
saltire

and chevron interlaced

for fretty

gules,
(F.)
;

lyonceux
St.

3,

rampant argent
Rolls.

Arden and

George

***
VA-"

erroneously tricked.

St. Ive,
bore,
Roll.

Johnde(CEixTEYNO)
three

or,

lyons

(H. in. Roll) passant gules Arden


;

St.

bore, at the first Dunstable tournament 1308, or. fretty sable, on a chief of the second two three silver mullets argent pierced vert (F. mullets unpierced in Parly. Roll.
)

Amand,

Sir Oliver de, of

co.

Glouc.

St.

Sir (E- ' Rolii bore, gules, six mascles3, 2, i or, a label (3) argent ROGKR bore 7 mascles and Ashmole Roll. and Sir a Iat>el azure, in Jenyns' Ordinary

Andrew,

John

St. John, Sir John de, of Lageham, banneret, baron 1299 bore, at the battle of Falkirk 1298, and at the siege of Carlaverock 1300, argent, on a chief gules two mullets or, accompanied on the latter occasion by his son Jimx, who differenced with a label (3, 5) azure ), spur-rowells in Nicolas and in the Nobility
1

1-'.

Roll.

RIK;KK of co. Leicester bore three mascles (sometimes lozenges) and the azure label
;

Parly. Roll.

JSt. John, John de (E. i. Roll) bore, argent * on a chief gules, two mullets pierced or Dering Roll; spur-rowells in trick (F. ), not pierced for ROBERT in Grimaldi Roll.
;

St.
at

gull-;,

n. (R. Roll) bore, gent, a cross flory engrailed sable, nbonlurr liesamy; Surri-y Roll.

Andrew, John

tSt.

Aubin, Gilbert de

(H. in. Roll) bore,


)
;

on a cross sable five plates (F. Dering, George, and Surrey Rolls. Another GlLSee KKKT with Ijezants in Arden Roll. ORKAHI.IN and WOI.TAI HIN.
or, St.

St.

B
;

Nicholl
Roll.

de-(H.

in.

Roll)

wrongly Masoned
azure

Uirulee (15)

argent

and

Howard

St. Clere,
Rolls.

John

and Sir
;

W.

(E.

i.

Roll)

bore, azure, a sun or

lenyns'

and Atkinson

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

THE HERALDIC ATCHIEVEMENT


OK

SIR

WILLIAM ULICK TRISTRAM


4TH

ST.
29

LAWRENCE,
BARON.

K.P.

EARL OF HOWTH AND

TH

172

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

J8t.

of Lagehani bore, Duns'table tournament 1308, or, on two mullets a vert, ^ulcs, pierced bordure indented sable Parly. Roll engrailed in Harl. 6137 fo. 36. He may be identical with JOHN junior, who differenced with a label at Carlaverock, and with Sir JOHN in: LAGEHAM, who boreal the battle of Boroughbridge gules, on a chief argent two mullets sable.
at the
first
liit-l"
;

John, Sir John de,

{St.

and .Robert (H. ill. Roll) bore, azure, fretty argent and a chief or (F. Dering Roll. ROBERT bore the same in Parly., Arundel, and Arden Rolls; erroneously tricked with three
)
;

Leger, Sir Raffe,

ol

Kent,

^William

chevronels interlaced in Jenyns' Ordinary.

St.

and a
St.
brother of HUGH of Basing, /JOHN bore, argent, on a chief gules two mullets or pierced vert, a bendlet gules Harl. 1481 fo. 73.

Leger, Sir John, of Kent, and William (H. in. Roll) bore, azure fretty argent

John, John,

THOMAS

chief gules bore the


;

Howard and
chief

MS

Ordinary; REMOLD and Sir THOMAS of Kent bore the chief or, in the camel a spur-roHl
gules; Surrey Roll; but a mullet in Parlia-

argent

Parly. Rolls. in |enyns'

mentary
St.

Roll.

de, of Hanak (Halnaker), junior, baron 1300, sealed the Barons' letter to the Pope 1301, pp. xvi, xxiv. He bore, (argent I, on a chief (gules) two spur-rowells a label azure in Roll borne (or) (3) Xobility undiffereiiced by another JOHN and Sir R. in .Norfolk and Harleian Rolls; by others the mullets are pierced azure, sometimes vrrt.
;
; ,

John, John

St.

de (ST. LOUH) bore, at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322, gules, a fess between three escallops argent (F.); borne also by ROGER and by Sir THOMAS of co. Lines. Jenyns' Ordinary and Parly. Roll.
Lo, Sire
;

Eauf

St. Lo, (E. in. Roll) bore, azure, two bars argent, a chief gules Cotgrave Roll.
;

Hugh

St.

(H. Roll) bore, argent, on a chief gules two martlets I? in error) or a bordure indented sable; Ashmole Roll. One of these names took up the cross 1270.

John, Sir

John

m.

St.

Loe, Sir John


;

(K.

i.

Roll), bore,

gules

vij

the second

fesses (barrulets) argent, three escallops of Nativity Roll.

St.

St.

de bore, at the John, Sir battle of Boroughbridge 1322, argent, on a chief indented (dancettee, in the Surrey Roll) gules, two mullets (6) or (F. ); pierced vert
in

Edward

and

MS. 4965, the fess sometimes MAREIS in St. George Roll.


St.

Marcyl, (H. "in. Roll) bore, gules, a fess argent, a label (5) or. (F. ) Arden St. George Rolls. ST. MARTII.I. in Harl.
or.

William

DE

S.U'TE

Surrey Roll.

and

Martin, John, Sir Renaud, of William de (H. in. Roll)


rampant
3, 2,
i

Wilt*. bore,
)
;

St.

(of Wilts) bore, the first Dunstable tournament 1308, ermine, on a chief gules, two spur-rowells or pierced vert. borne (F.) Roll, Parly. by HUE and RICHARD, with mullets unpierced'; St. ieorge and Segar Rolls. at
(

John, Sir Roger de

sable, six lyonceux

or

(F.

St.

George and
(gules for

in the Arden Roll) the reverse of LAVBOI-R.NE of the North and of


;

WII.UAM

Parly.

Rolls, Jenyns'

Ordinary

THOMAS MALI.ORV.
St.

St.

John, St. (KV.MIS), of Wilts (K. II. Roll) bore, argent, crusily sable, on a chief gules two mullets or Parly. Roll.
;

Oermyne

de (H. in. Roll) bore, Martin, St. argent, two bars gules, a label (5) azure. George Roll. See also MARTIN and WINTERHUI.I..

John

St.

Martin,
;

Thomas de
F.

(H.

ni.

Roll)

St.
at

John, Edmond,
the second

is

said to have borne,


is

Dunstable tournament
the blason

bore, gules, on a vert Arden Roll.

tend argent three escallops

ermine, a chief gules


imperfect.

1334, evidently

St.

Maur v. Seymour.
Maure,

St.
St. John, Giles (R. u. Roll) bore, gules, two bars argent, a quarter ermine Surrey
;

Roll.

St.

John, Hugh ISEIN-;EIXE)(H.


;

in. Roll)
i

Sir de, knighted at the capitulation of Calais 1348, bore, ermine two chevronels gules. (F. ) Also in Harl. Roll and 6th Nobility Roll (H. vi.). Sir RAUFFE. of Suffolk (E. II. Roll), differenced, with a label or azure field 4 (the (3, 5) argent in the (F.),

John

bore, gules, three spur-rowells 2 and chief dancettee or Norfolk Roll.

and a

Howard

Roll),

St.

ill. m. Rolli ixire, azure, three buckles or; Norfolk Roll.

John, Walter de

Harl. MS. 6137^50, Si '; Rolls the field argent in Ashmole and St. George Rolls (F.) the name is often spelt SEIMOR and SKVMOU in these
1

nf I-'rance, i.e. cle-lys or IK.);

and by NICHOLAS, with on each pendant three

a label fleurs-

Segar and

I'arlv.

entries.

ALMARIC, LORD
IN Ki.sixt;

ST.

AMAND.
k
,

CHURCH, NORIM
OD. 1382.

''AY

,;

nibbing from the Hastings Brass.

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS

173

St.

Maur, Sir Lawrence


;

and

Sir

St.

Nicholas,

of co. GIouc. (E. n. Roll), and Sir William bore, argent, two chevronels Holland and Parly. gules a label (3 or 5) vert Rolls the label azure for (J) LAURENCE in

Quintin, Herbert (E. in. Roll) bore, argent, a lyon rampant rere-regardant purpure, sable in trick Jenyns' Ordinary.
;

St.

Ashmole and Howard


Segar Roll
entries.

a label

(4)

Rolls, and for azure. The

HUE
name

Valeri, Sir Richard de, of Oxon.


;

in
is

often spelled

SEIMOR and SKYMUK in these LAWRENCE DE ST. MAUR took up

(E. n. Roll) bore, or two lyons passant gules Parly. Roll. JOHN bore the lyons gardant (F. );

Arden and

St.

George

Rolls.

the cross 1270.

Salesbury, Roger
(H. in. Roll)
(F.
)
;

JSt. Michell,
bore,
gules, Dering Roll,

Lawrence de

a cross or fretty azure.

(E. i. Roll) bore, gules patee (patonce in trick) argent between four or faces leopards' Jenyns Roll. F.
1

Ashmole MS. and Howard

Roll.

Salford, Sire Neel de

St.

a Kentish Knight (H. VI. Roll) bore, ermine, a chief quarterly or and
;

Nicolas

bore, at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322, argent, on a chevron F. gules three escallops or.

gules

Arundel

Roll.
(K.
i.

Salisbury, Earls

St.

Omer, Sir John de


or
five

Roll) bore,

Montagu
Salkeld,
or
;

or

of, v. Longespee and Montacute.


-(E.
;

azure,

on a cross Nativity Roll.

mullets

gules

John

I.

Roll) bore, vert, a fret

fretty in trick

Jenyns' Roll.

St.

and (H. in. Roll) bore, azure, crusily and a fess or. (F.) St. George Roll and Jenyns Ordinary (JoHN CLINTON tears the same arms) a different trick in Ashmole Roll for THOMAS crosses
1

Omer, Thomas

William

Salman, Thomas

n. (R. Roll) bore, argent, an eagle displayed sable, on its breast, face or or a tyger's Surrey Roll. leopard's
;

flory 3, 3.

*Saltmarsh, Sir Piers de


in.

St.

Omer, William -(H.


billettee

Roll)

bore,

azure,

and a

fess

or

Glover and

Grimakli Rolls.
St.

(of Lincolnshire) bore, at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322, argent, crusily and three six-foyles gules (F.) ascribed also to THOMAS (roses in Parly. Roll)
;

in Jenyns'
i.

Ordinary.

Omer, William -(E.


(4,

Roll)
;

bore,

azure, a fess gules billettee


Roll.

3) or

Saltmarsh, Sir Robert


argent,
;

Jenyns'

St.

Owen,

and

Thomas

Sir Gilbert de, of


(F..
;

co.

Glouc.

(E. in. Roll) bore, three six-foyles between four crosses crosslet fitche"e within a bordure engrailed all Ashmole Roll. gules

in.

Rolls)

bore,

gules

three chevronels or

Parly. Roll

and Jenyns'

Salveyn, Sire Anketyn


battle

bore,

at

the

Ordinary.
St.

Owen, John de Owen,


Sir

barry

RAF

(H. in. Roll) bore, St. George Roll. (6) gules and or. (F. Arden Roll. bore, or three bars gules
}
;

Boroughbridge 1322, argent, a chevron between three boars' heads couped


of
)

gules (F.

Jenyns' Ordinary.

'Salvayn, Sir Gerard,


Roll) bore, argent,

of Yorkshire

(E.

i.

St.

John de

(of Herefordshire)

bore, at the first Dunstable tournament 1308, gules, a cross argent, in the camel, a shield of Cl. ARE (orratherGRANViLI.E) or, three

on a chief sable two spursometimes argent (unpierced rowells or, mullets in Parly. Roll); Ashmole, Surrey, and
(of co.

and Ordinary. Jenyns' Rolls

chevronels gules.

(F.

Parliamentary Roll.

Salveyn, Sire Gerard de


;

Durham)

St. Philibert, bore, bendy 1299


Nobility
,

Hugh

ar.d
it

Oxon. bore
bridge 1322. St.
at

Parly. also at the battle of BoroughF.

de, of Oxon, baron and azure (6) argent Rolls. Sir Jons, of

bore, at the battle of Boroughbridge 1322, a argent, on a chief azure two mullets (6) or, bordure indented gules (F. tricked engrailed Arundel Roll. the chief sable in the
)

See SYUSIWARDE.

Pierre, Sir TJryan de, banneret


the
first

"[Salwey, William,
bore,
saltire engrailed or.

(E.

i.)

bore,
F.

sable, a

Shirley.]

1308, argent, a bend sable, a label (3) gules of five points in H. III. Roll (F.), Arden, Howard, and St. George Rolls ascribed to Sir THOMAS
;

Dunstable

tournament

Saly,

William- (R.
a

argent and sable,


Roll.

n. Roll) bore, quarterly bendlet gules Surrey


;

in

Ashmole

Roll.

St. Pole,
the

Count de
a chief
Roll.

(E.

i.

arms of COUNT DK BLOIS


or) with

(i.e.

palets vair,

Roll) bore gules, three label (5) azure ;

Samby, Sir John,

knighted at the capitulation of Calais 1348, bore, argent fretty azure. F.

Camden
St.

Quintin, Sir Geffrey and William

(E. I. Roll) bore, or, a chevron gules, a chief vair; Nativity and Surrey Rolls. JOHN and THOMAS differenced with a mullet or;

Jenyns' Ordinary

and Surrey

Roll.

St.

Quintin,

Edward

(E. in. Roll) bore,

or,

two chevronels gules, a chief

vair

Jenyns'

Ordinary.

JSt.

Quintin, Sir Herbert (E. n. Roll) bore, or, three chevronels gules, a chief vair (F. ), Dering. Howard, and Parly. Rolls; his brother (i) Wn.I.IAM, of Fishide, bore two chevrons, and (2) ALEXANDER, of Harpham, hon- one as aforesaid.

'74

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARM*.

d'

S aP

-fwir

Samforde, Sir Thomas


lx>re,

K.

111.

argent, a chief gules

Ashmole

Roll) Roll.

JSansaver,

See SANDFOKD.

Samforth
(K.)

a Kentish Kt. (H. vi. Roll) bore, per chevron sable and ermine, in chief two boars' heads erased argent (perhaps or)
,

and Sir Raffe, of Surrey or Sussex (H. in. Roll) bore, azure crusily and three crescents or (F. ); Dering, Howard, and Parly. Rolls crusily fitchee for HUGH in
;

Hugh

Jenyns' Ordinary.

RALPH LE SAUSER
(H.
six

took

up

the cross 1270.


in. Roll) bore, escallops argent
;

Arundel

Roll.

Sansaver, Robert
gules, a

Samson
Roll.

bend between
Roll.

(K.

in.

Roll)

bore,
;

paly

(6)

Howard

argent and azure a canton gules

Cotgrave
n.

Santon, Sir John de ISAUNTON


SON), of Lincolnshire (E. a chief azure Parly. Roll.
;

or S AIMbore, or,

II.

Samson,

Sir John, of Yorkshire

Roll)

(K.

Roll) bore, or, a cross patonce sable; and Ashmole Rolls.

Parly.

Saperton, John de

Samson, "William,

baron 1299
)
;

gent, a cross moline sable (F. probably father of

bore, arNobility Roll

-(E. in. Roll) bore, or, an eagle displayed vert, membered gules, a baston gobony (6) argent and gules Jenyns' Ordinary.
;

Sampson, Sir William, Da

Sapi,
ft
(?

John

(E.

I.

Roll) bore, gules, three

la

ft)

banneret bore, at the battle of Falkirk 1298, sable, a fer-de-moulin or (the reverse in Parly. as a banneret, he carried, or a cross Roll) moline (recercelee) sable pierced of the field,
in the

buckles, tongues to Roll and Ordinary.

the dexter or

Jenyns'

Sapi,

Arundel Roll.
(H.

de (H. in. Roll) bore, argent, billetteeand a lyon rampant gules (F. Arden
)
;

John

Roll.

Samsson, William
argent, a fess sable (F.) St.
;

m.

Roll)

bore,
(6)

and in chief two mullets George and Arden Rolls.

Sapie, Robert
on a bend
displayed or
vert,
;

(E.

in. Roll) bore, argent, cotised gules, three eaglets

Jenyns Ordinary.

Samur, Raufe de
Howard
a
;

(H. in. Roll) bore, azure, on a chief indented or, a crescent gules
Roll.

Sarcilun, William

(H. in. Roll) bore, argent, a fess and in chief two mullets (6) See SAMSSON. sable; Arden Roll. (H. in.
) ;

Sancerlis, Piers de
gules,
fess or

between

argent

Arden

Roll.

Roll) bore, escallops 3, 3, Surname doubtful.

(H.

in.

Sarnesfeld, Nicoll and Walter


Roll) bore, azure,
,

six

Sandacre,
argent, a lyon
vert
;

de
Roll.

(E.

in.

Roll)

bore,

rampant purpure and a baston


in. Roll) bore,

an eagle displayed or (F. Surrey and St. George Rolls. Sir NICHOLAS, K.G. 1387, bore the eagle crowned argent. K. 399 fo. 18.

Cotgrave

Sarren, William de^(H. three crosses or


azure,
;

in.

Roll) bore,

Glover Roll.
bore,
lez pies

jSandars,
or,

Thomas de-(H.
Ashmole MS.
in.

argent

on a chief azure, three lyonceux rampant (F.), Dering Roll; 'the colours, or,
of Lincolnshire, and Roll) bore, argent
Rolls,

Sassenau, Sir Otesde (CASANOVA) "


at the battle of Falkirk 1298, de sable."

d'orou

gules, or, in

Sandeby, Sir Robert,


Sir

Saunzaver, Ralph,
SAVKK.

baron 1294.

See SAN-

Thomas
;

(K.

fretty azure

Parly,

and Ashmole

and

Savage,

Jenyns' Ordinary.

Sandes, Richard de

(K. in. Roll) bore, argent, a fess dancettee (4) between three crosses crosslet fitchee gules Jenyns' Roll.
;

(Sir) Ernaud bore, at the second Dunstable tournament 1334, argent, six lyonceux sable (F.); Ashmole and Surrey Rolls;
ascribed also to Sir ROGER of Kent in the Parly. Roll, and the reverse to LAWRENCE in

Jenyns' Ordinary.

Sandford, William de
i-rmine,

(E.

i.

on a chief gules two boars' heads


;

Roll) bore,

Savage, Sir John


argent, a pale Ballard Roll.

(E.

iv.

Roll)
;

bore,
;

couped argent
undee
in (6)

Jenyns' Roll.

lozengy

sable

with crest

Saunford, Gilbert
argent and gules for
(Jlover

(H. in. Roll) bore, Arden Roll argent and azure


; ;

Savage, Sir John,


first
;

of Kent^bore, at the

WILLIAM
*

NICHOLAS and WILLIAM and Norfolk Rolls NICHOLAS fil.


differenced

with

label

gules

Dunstable tournament 1308, ermine, on a chief azure, three lyonceux rampant argent ascribed also to (J)R.\UK in the Dering (F.)
Roll, Roll.

Glover Roll.

and with

the lyons or in the

Howard

Saunford, Sire William de


of BoTOUghbridge 1322, dented azure and ermine. !'. indented is intended.
(

bore, at the

battle

quarterly in-

Savage, Sir Piers de

Probably per

(E. i. Roll) bore, a cross argent gules, a cross moline argent in Glover Roll.
;

JSandwith, John de-(H.


Rolls.

in. Roll) bore, argent, a chief dancettee azure in Dering Roll the field or (F.j in Howard and Camden
;

Savage, Robert de
barry or and gules
;

(H.

in.

Roll)

bore,

Glover Roll.

*Saville,
,i

John
sable,

JSandwith, Rauf de
azure, a chief rUmccttce
;

Ii<-ml

(H. or
|

in.

Roll)
;

bore,

another
gules
;

another trick
;

JOHN

(R. n. Roll) bore, argent, on three owls of the field (F. differenced with a lal*l (3)
I ;

s if per fess dancettee Dering Roll THOMAS bore three lyons on the chief (no tinctures) Howard Roll he probably took up the cross
;

Surrey Roll.

Sawney,
(K.
i.

Amys
;

de and Henry de
an eagle displayed
Roll.

Roll)

1270.

sable (F.I

Camden

bore, argent,

SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS

'75

Complete Atctuevment, by right of Descent reneral,mefe fever al Coats ox Arms, viz,.


.

Vf ^WJL- jur.a<. jJY SUPERYOKEJNCOM


{"Barcm z.yTfofy&ofLanaarfBartrn
.

EBORjE,SQ.ig?8.|

from Heirs

3.

^Q^i^M^C}

fff'JLl c^Lf-(^asUfyli<zro

C n.t Pembroke, u. Hl$Gfllor03'ilJ'Cin<j cfLanfkr. 13. <ytmia[rtfl^E,iirlcf

cb&ZKl. arlofjii inccltL-*


fltS^f
**-

'^^- /. .. _ ~*~tm "f AT* to a '[Earlcf-Lincoln,. l^iirjtU&llienbiEarl fffLsuejhr. ^ /y* ^ f


II

T<

/* T"

'

fR * f/

-^^^

-w

^O

7 "Vr" 7 2rtr cfJjfT-jfimz

76

SGML -FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS.

Saxton, three xible


;

wreaths

IV. Roll) bore, gules between two with crest; Ballard Roll.

(E.

argent,

*Scrope, Richard le
azure, a
;

(R.

n.

Roll)

bore,

bastons

JSay, Sir William de

(H. in. Roll) boreANDKVII.LE'S coat quarterly or and gules K.I; Dering, Glover, and Howard Rolls; borne also by Sir GEOFFREY, banneret (baron tournament 1308, 1313) at the first Dunstable and at the second (1334) by his son GEOFFREY who was possibly knight (? banneret) at the the same capitulation of Calais 1348, bearing coat. One of this surname, a Suffolk Knight,

M
I

bend or Parliamentary and Surrey Rolls; and so ascribed to WILLIAM, K.<;.. Karl of WILTSHIRE, in K. 399 fo. 13 and to K.C;. 1461. JOHN, 5th Lord Scrope, of Bolton,
;

see

title

page.
differenced

(1)

HENRY,

with a
;

label

(3)

argent.

with a label ermine Surrey Roll. (2) JOHN, differenced with a label (3) (3) HENRY LE, with as many barrulets argent, each charged

lre. in the first tournament, a lyon passant b azure (gardant in Harl. 4033 fo. 39 Parly.
)
;

Roll.

Surrey Roll. of Ruthen, slain at the siege of Calais 1347 -bore, a martlet for difference, and F. a label (5) or. STEPHEN, differenced with a mullet
gules
(4)
;

HUGH,

(5)

[Say, Sir John, of Herts., 1473 bore, per voided pale (argent and gules) three chevrons See Monumental Brass. ] all counterchanged.

ermine
(6)

Surrey Roll.
;

Saye, Sir William de, NORREYS,

(sic)

(K. in. Roll) bore, gules, a cross patonce argent; Ashmole Roll. There seems probable confusion here with SYWARD.

differenced with a label (3) annulet sable proargent, charged with an bably on the bend Surrey Roll. a lozenge ermine, with differenced (7) on the bend Surrey Roll.

THOMAS,

Scrope, Sir

Scales,

Robert

de, of Musells. banneret,

baron 1299, bore, at the battle of Falkirk 1298, and at the siege of Carlaverock 1300, Nicolas gules, six escallops argent (F.) names 3 only 9 in Harleian Roll, 10 in St. George Roll. See knights banneret in Arundel Roll sealed (with 6 escallops) in Barons' letter
;

and so asto the Pope 1301, pp. xx, xxiv cribed to THOMAS, last Lord SCALES, K.G., in
;

on a bend or. a lyonceux and Parliamentary passant purpure Nativity Sir RICHARD LK Rolls and Jenyns' Ordinary. SCROPE, ist baron, was thrice challenged as to to first (as his arms crest) at the siege of Calais 1347; second, by CARMINOW in Paris in 1385, but 1360; and third, by GROSVENOR was never worsted.
Roll) bore, azure,
;

Henry

le, of Bolton

(E.

i.

Scrope, William le-(R.


gules, three

K. 402
iK.

fo. 4.

armed

n. Roll) bore, legs conjoined argent, gar; ;

Scargill,
in.

ermine, a saltire gules; Sir WALTER Grimaldi and Surrey Rolls differenced, with a mullet or, in Ashmole Roll.
Roll) bore,
;

Waryne

and

William de

nished or a label (3) argent SCROPE and a label (3) gules

quarterly with, Surrey Roll.

Scudamore, Walter
tniles,

three
;

Scarfcill, Sir William (E. ni. Roll) bore, Ashmole ermine, a saltire engrailed gules
;

argent

stirrups

(E. i. Roll) bore, stirrups, or, with the "cuires" Roll. (F.) Sir PUCKS bore the Jenyns' argent ; Ashmole Roll. F.

Roll.

Scures, Sir
the
first

John de

(of Wilts.)

bore, at

Scarsbricke,
gules,

James of
;

(E. iv. Roll) bore,


;

mullets between two bendlets Ballard Roll. engrailed argent with crest
three

Dunstable tournament 1308, azure, Roll and Jenyns' fretty, or. (F.) Parliamentary Borne also by another Sir JOHN, Ordinary.

jScorenci, John de
argent

(sometimes
Roll.

or),

(H. a

in.

Roll)

chevron

bore, gules

of Calais 1348. knighted at the capitulation -bore, argent, three i29 4 Peter, "[Sebright,

cinquefoyles pierced sable.

Dering

Seckford, Sir George,


HUNTINGDON
and gules a bend
;

Shirley.] of Suffolk

F.

(H. vi.
es-

Scott,
(H.
sable
;

John

III.

le, Karl of Roll) bore, paly(6)or

Roll) bore, ermine,

callops argent
platey 4, 3, 2,

on a fe.ss gules three Arundel Roll. F.

Glover and Ordinary the arms meeting in base