A book of Knights banneret, Knights of the bath, and Knights bachelor: made between the fourth year of King Henry VI and the restoration of King Charles II and knights made in Ireland, between the years 1566 and 1698, together with an index of names (Google eBook)
anno d'ni April Argent Argent and Azure Argent and Gules Arms and Crest Arms quarterly August Azure Barry of six beaked bend Gules bezants bordure engrailed BtoarB Bucks canton Chequy Chesh chevron between three chevron Gules cinquefoils counterchanged crescent for difference Crest—A Crest—Out cross-crosslets crusily December dubbed ducal coronet ducally crowned eagle displayed engrailed engrailed Sable enrg eorge Ermine Essex February fess fess Gules fitchee fleurs-de-lis fretty Greenwich Gules three Hampton Court head Argent head erased Sable heads cabossed heads couped Hertf January JfranetB JTobn JToftn JToijn July June Kent Kinge's Knightes label of three lEBtoarB lion rampant lions passant Lord Maior of London March martlets mullets Newmarket Norf North'ton November Oxford proper quarterly and Crest Quarterly of six—1 Quarterly—1 Robert Royston Sable Sable three saltire September six Argent statant STftomas STijomas Stomas Suff Surrey Theobald's Thomas three escallops three lions three mullets three points Vair Vert Whitehall York
Page 32 - This old in the North W. Church." "This coate in this forme South side of. . . " Here is sketched a quaintlyshaped shield or tabard bearing, Sable, six martlets 3, 2, and 1, or. [? ROSSELL.] " This in the same North window aforesaid.
Page 43 - GAUNT]. Argent, on a fess azure, between two chevrons gules, three escallops or [TREVANION] ; impaling, Gules, on a bend argent cotised or three boar's heads couped of the second [EDGCUMRE]. Supporters, dexter, a lion rampant gules ; sinister, a buck argent, attired or. The kneeling figures of a man and woman, the surcoat of the former emblazoned with the male coat, the robe of...
Page 69 - Per pale Or and Azure, on a chevron between three griffins' heads erased four fleurs-de-lis all counterchanged.
Page 120 - In the north yle window of the old church, called St. Anthonyes Church, very old: Quarterly, Per fess indented argent and azure, in the first quarter a lion passant guardant or [CROFT]. The same. An old altar-tombe with alablaster on the topp, in black lynes the two pictures, and in a large forme the effigies of our Saviour on the crosse. Thome Phillips, ob. 1530, & Isabela ux. ejus.
Page 107 - Argent, a chevron. Gules between three lions rampant Sable, a chief Ermines.
Page 87 - Argent, a lion rampant Gules, on a chief Sable three escallops of the field, for Russell; 2.
Page 51 - Paly of six Or and Gules, on a chief Argent three lozenges of the second...