Abington According to official al's Alice Anne ux Anthony April argent Arms.—Argent Arms.—None tricked Arms.—Quarterly—1 Aylwaye azure Baynham Blount Brayne Bristow Buck buried Catchmay Catherine Charles chevron chevron between three Christopher Cirencester Citty coheire Coleford College Crest.—A daughter Edmond Edward Elizabeth ux engrailed ermine fesse filia filius Francis gent Gloc Gloster Glouc Gloucester Gough gules Gyles Harl heads erased Henry Heralds Hereford Hungerford James Jane Joane Joane d Johannes John Wynter July June Knight lion rampant Longhope Lord Lydney Machen March Margaret Margerett martlets Mary his wife Mary ux militis mullets Newent Nicholas official record Partridge pedigree Poyntz Prestbury Richard Richard Yate Robert Robert Bathurst Roger sable Sarah Sept Stephens Thom Thomas Thomas Horton uxor Vide vxor Walter widow wiffe Will'm William Bell Wilts Winter Wintour Worrall Worster Yate yere old
Page ix - Crest to be borne by him and his descendants and by the other descendants of his father the said Edward Amphlett, deceased, according to the laws of Arms...
Page x - Or, as the same are in the margin hereof more plainly depicted, to be borne and used for ever hereafter by him the said Hardman Earle and his descendants, and by the other descendants of his said late Father Thomas Earle, deceased, with due and proper differences, according to the Laws of Arms.
Page ix - Guise, having been created a Knight Grand Cross of the Most Honourable Order of the Bath, became entitled to use supporters.
Page 54 - Quarterly [argent and gules], in the second and third quarters a fret [or], over all a bend [sable], charged with three escallop shells [of the first].
Page 206 - Berkeley, to hold of him by the service of the fourth part of a knight's fee, and by twoe suits to his hundred of Berkeley yearly, which Ancelme and Margaret have issue John and Edmond, both Knights.
Page 182 - Barry wavy of six argent and gules, on a bend sable three boars
Page 282 - Margaret ; and in default, to the use of the right heirs of the said John Walter for ever.
Page 130 - Paly of six Or and Azure, on a fess Gules three mullets of the first...
Page 169 - CAMPBELL, bookseller, of Boston; came from Scotland 1688, and got a commission from England as postmaster of the Colonies. NewYork, Sept. 16, and April 14, 1701 ; letters to Major Benj. Davis.
Page 17 - Ar. on a chev. betw. three hawks' bells gu. two bars gemelies of the first, on a chief of the second a hawk's lure betw. two martlets of the field . Crest- An arm embowed vested gu . holding in the hand ppr . a battle-axe staff gu . head ar . Bell (Jamaica).