Virginia Heraldica: Being a Registry of Virginia Gentry Entitled to Coat Armor, with Genealogical Notes of the Families (Google eBook)
William Armstrong Crozier
Genealogical Association, 1908 - Heraldry - 106 pages
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Accomac argent Argent a chevron Argent three Arms born Brodnax brother Capt Carter Charles City county chevron chevron between three chief Clerk Colonel Council Crest daughter of John daughter of Sir daughter of Thomas daughter of William deed descendants died ducal coronet Edward eldest Elizabeth City England engrailed engraved ermine Essex Feilding fesse fleurs de lis Francis gent Gloucester county grandson Grymes gules head erased Henrico county Henry House of Burgesses immigrant impaling James City county Jane Joseph June Justice Kent county King William county Lancaster county left issue lion rampant London Mallory March Margaret married Ann married Elizabeth married Mary Martha martlets Maryland Middlesex county Motto Norfolk Northumberland county Parish pedigree Philip probated Richard ried Robert sable Sarah Sept settled Sheriff Sir William sons Stafford county tomb vert Virginia wax seal Westmoreland county widow Williamsburg York county Yorkshire
Page 86 - Arms: Argent, a lion passant, sable; on a chief of the second, three mullets of the first. Crest: Out of the clouds proper, a demi-lion, rampant, sable, powdered with estoiles, argent, holding a globe, or.
Page 91 - Per fesse gules and or, a pale counterchanged, three eagles displayed of the last. Crest: On a chaplet vert flowered or, a falcon rising of the last.
Page 16 - I give and bequeath unto each of my three grandchildren, HC Weems, Wm. Locke Weems, and Sarah Louisa Weems, the sum of five guineas to be laid out for them in silver plate, as their mother shall think proper, the said plate to be engraved with the arms of the Chapman and Pearson families.
Page 72 - ... between two ermine spots.) CREST — A cubit arm ppr., the hand holding a star or, ensigned with a crescent azure. MOTTO— Sola virtus nobilitat.
Page 68 - Martha Eltonhead — came from England in 1640 and settled in Lancaster County. He was a kinsman of Viscount Edward Conway of Conway Castle and Killeltah, and used the arms : Sable on a band argent cotised ermine, a rose gules between two annulets of the last. Crest : A Moor's head side faced ppr., banded round the temples ar. and az. Motto : Fide et amore.
Page 63 - Chequy or and azure on a canton gules a lion rampant argent. CREST — On a chapeau gules turned up ermine a wivern argent wings expanded chequy or and azure.
Page 102 - Per pale argent and sable a chevron, and in base a crescent counterchanged ; on a canton azure a harp or, in the sinister chief point a mullet of the last.
Page 17 - Ar. on a bend sa., three pheons of the field. Crest out of a ducal coronet or, a lion's head ppr.