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" II. granted to the family a second coat of arms to be quartered with the original coat, viz., Sable, 2 bars argent on a canton of the second, a buck of the first attired Or. 37. — Francis Norris. One of those who refused to subscribe to the regaining... "
An Alphabetical Dictionary of Coats of Arms Belonging to Families in Great ... - Page 20
by John Woody Papworth - 1874 - 1125 pages
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The British Herald; Or, Cabinet of Armorial Bearings of the Nobility ...

Thomas Robson - Heraldry - 1830
...— Crest, a buck's head couped gu. attired or. Bvxton, [Tibenham, Norf. and Derb.] sa. two bars ar. on a canton of the second a buck of the first, attired or. — Crest, a pelican or, with wings expanded, vulning her breast gu. BUYSHALL, sa. three lozenges in...
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Norfolk Archaeology

Norfolk (England) - 1872
...the family a second coat of arms to be quartered with the original coat, viz., Sable, 2 bars argent on a canton of the second, a buck of the first attired Or. 37. FRANCIS NORRIS. One of those who refused to subscribe to the regaining of Newcastle. (See No. 15.)...
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The Genealogy of the Existing British Peerage and Baronetage: Containing the ...

Edmund Lodge - Nobility - 1859 - 870 pages
...2nd coat (granted by CHAULES II. to John Buxton, Esq., MP, for his services during the civil wars), sa., two bars arg. on a canton of the second, a buck of the first attired or. Cres/s. — A buck's head gu., and a pelican or. Motto. — Whatsoever thy hand findeth to do, do it...
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Norfolk Archaeology: Or, Miscellaneous Tracts Relating to the County of Norfolk

Norfolk (England) - 1872
...the family a second coat of arms to be quartered with the original coat, viz., Sable, 2 bars argent on a canton of the second, a buck of the first attired Or. 37. FRANCIS NORRIS. One of those who refused to subscribe to the regaining of Newcastle. (See No. 15.)...
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Norfolk Archaeology: Or, Miscellaneous Tracts Relating to the County of Norfolk

Norfolk (England) - 1872
...the family a second coat of arms to be quartered with the original coat, viz., Sable, 2 bars argent on a canton of the second, a buck of the first attired Or. 37. FRANCIS NORRIS. One of those who refused to subscribe to the regaining of Neweastle. (See No. 15.)...
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Notes on the Churches of Derbyshire: The hundreds of the High Peak and ...

John Charles Cox - Church architecture - 1877 - 612 pages
...effective post-Reformation carving. On the former may be read the arms of Buxton of Brassington : — Sa., two bars, arg., on a canton of the second, a buck trippant of the field ; and also the crest on a helmet — a pelican vulning itself, or. The arms of...
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East Barnet, Part 1

Frederick Charles Cass - East Barnet (England) - 1885 - 280 pages
...services to the royal cause, during the Civil War, Charles the Second granted this family a second coat, Sa. two bars arg. on a canton of the second a buck of the first, attired or. William Pert, of Arnolds, in the parish of Mountnessing, co. Essex, the husband of Isabel Conyers,...
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Studies in Peerage and Family History

John Horace Round - Genealogy - 1901 - 496 pages
...is entered as of "yeoman" rank in I43I.1 When it came to bear arms, its coat was " Sa. two bars ar., on a canton of the second a buck of the first attired or."2 Removing to Brassington in the same county, this family had a cadet branch, descending from a...
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Crozier's General Armory: A Registry of American Families Entitled to Coat Armor

William Armstrong Crozier - Heraldry - 1904 - 147 pages
...on a cloud ppr. BUXTON. Idaho. Augustus Buxton, Boise City, 1890. (Chester.) Sable, two bars argent on a canton of the second a buck of the first, attired or. CREST— A pelican or, with wings expanding, vulning her breast gules. BYFIELD. Massachusetts. Nathaniel...
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The Ancestor, Issue 6

Genealogy - 1903
...Norfolk had possessions. At the Visitation of 1589 the arms passed to Robert Buxton were Quarterly i & 4 sa. two bars arg. on a canton of the second a buck trippant of the first attired or, 2 & 3 az. three herons or, the crest a pelican vulning itself. Now...
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