The Visitation of Norfolk in the Year 1563, Volume 1

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Miller and Leavins, 1878 - Heraldry
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Page 437 - of his body lawfully begotten, and for default of such issue to the right heirs of the said Edward
Page 3 - Clarenceux King of Armes of all the South, East, and "West parts of this Realme of England, from the river of Trent Southward,
Page 3 - with such other evidence or matter of record and credit as (if need require) may justifie the same, to the intent that I knowing how they use and challenge
Page 4 - warrant, and what you have done therein, at the time and place above appointed. Given under
Page 3 - knowing how they use and challenge their Titles and by what right and
Page 3 - These are to require you and in his Majesties name to charge and comand you,
Page 437 - and my manor of Felthams in Great Massingham . . . and all my lands and tenements in
Page 437 - John Walpole, the son of my uncle Thomas Walpole, deceased, my manor of Calis
Page 2 - bring with them such arms and crests as they use and bear, with their Pedigrees and
Page 438 - whereas William Yelverton, Esq., deceased, willed recompense to be made to me for certain lands

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