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The Visitation of London in the Year 1568: Taken by Robert Cooke, Clarenceux ... - Page 69
by Robert Cooke - 1869 - 118 pages
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The annals of Kendal

Cornelia Nicholson - 1861
...gules. (Thornburgh.) 2. Argent, two bars on a canton, gules, a cross flory of the first. (Broughtou.) 3. Argent, two bars, and a canton gules, over all a bend, argent. (Copcland.) 4. Sable, a frette, argent. (Harrington.) 5. Argent, three bugle horns, sabied,...
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The Church Heraldry of Norfolk: A Description of All Coats of Arms ..., Volume 1

Edmund Farrer - Heraldry - 1887
...Gules, a chevron between three garbs argent; 15, Sable, a bend wavy between two cotises argent; 16, Argent, two bars and a canton gules, over all a bend sable, Bois; 17, Sable, a chevron between three rams' heads argent, Ramsey; 18, Sable, three hands couped...
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The Records of St. Bartholomew's Priory and of the Church and ..., Volume 2

Edward Alfred Webb - Religion - 1921
...argent a bendlet wavy of the field, in the sinister chief a cross botton^e fitche'e argent. 8. BOYS.* Argent, two bars and a canton gules, over all a bend sable. 9. RAMSEY.' Sable, a chevron between three rams' heads couped argent. 4 Shield III. On the corresponding...
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Art, Identity and Devotion in Fourteenth-century England: Three Women and ...

Kathryn Ann Smith - Art - 2003 - 364 pages
...Coningsby in the extreme northwest ofthat county and who by the later thirteenth century bore the arms argent, two bars and a canton gules over all a bend sable, among other variations. By the early fourteenth century this branch of the family had expanded its...
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