The Visitation of the County of Warwick in the Year 1619: Taken by William Camden, Clarenceaux King of Arms

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Mitchell and Hughes, 1877 - Heraldry - 464 pages

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Page 74 - or (CLODSHALL). 3. Bendy of six azure and or, a canton ermine (BISHOPSDON). 4. Barry wavy of six argent and gules, on a bend sable three bezants
Page 187 - Burgesses & Recorder, That the Bailifle, Recorder and two of the auncientest Burgesses shall be Justices of the peace and Quorum wthin the said Borough, and no other Justices to intromit, to haue power to punish the Bailiffe refusinge to hold upon election : together w
Page 180 - and grew to be surnamed Uptons ; the heire general! of them was maried to one Fenne of Banberie, who remouing his dwelling to Hungerford in Wilsheire was there called by the name of Moeles, of whom the Moeles auncestors to the Lo. Hungerford
Page 187 - Burgesses, to haue power to make lawes and ordinances, for the more benefit of the sayd Borough, to haue a Recorder, Sergiant at mace, and Clerke of the market, to haue power to choose and elect a new
Page 222 - per fess indented argent and sable, in the first and fourth quarters a bugle horn stringed
Page 180 - yet were they continually vexed by the Normans until! they were forced to forgoe a great parte to the Earles of Warwick, and to hold the rest of them by Knightes seruice, from which tyme they
Page 234 - or and gules, a canton ermine, over all on a bend azure a griffin's head erased
Page 187 - of the Borough of Warwick first incorporated in the 37. yeare of King Henry the 8. by the name only of Burgesses of the towne of Warwicke and since A
Page 180 - of the Saxons, and they were before the Conquest lordes of Warwick and of the most part of Warwicksheire, and although they
Page 106 - Argent, on a chevron sable between three hurts as many estoiles or, on a chief gules three cinquefoils of the field

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