The Visitation of Derbyshire: Taken in 1662 and Reviewed in 1663

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Golding and Lawrence, 1879 - Derbyshire (England) - 42 pages
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Page 2 - Per pale gules and sable, on a cross engrailed argent five lozenges purpure, on a chief or three eagles' legs, erased a-la-quise, azure.
Page 37 - Sable, on a chevron, engrailed, between three unicorns' heads erased, or, as many spears'-heads, argent.
Page 27 - Argent, a saltire Gules, a canton chequy Or and Azure. CREST. — A dexter hand holding a forest bill.
Page 18 - ARMS. — Sable, three doves volant Argent, beaks and legs Gules. CREST. — A dove close Argent, beak and legs Gules. Anthoney Alsop of=pJane fil. Ric. Smith of CoomeAlsop in y
Page 14 - Argent. CREST. — A demi-angel ppr. holding with both hands an arrow. Peter flrechvile Esq.=pMargaret fil.
Page 35 - Or, on a chief indented Gules a ducal coronet between two escallops Or. George Wigfall.I Henry de Remshaw.=pEliz. fil. Jo. Gell, Barrister. John et. 25, 1662. 36 'THE VISITATION OF DERBYSHIRE. WILLYMOT. ARMS. — Gules, on a fess Or between three boars' heads Argent as many escallops Gules.
Page 38 - Or, on a bend Azure three falcons rising Argent, jessed and belled Or. CREST. — Out of a ducal coronet Or a falcon close Argent. pattent p

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