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Some Feudal Coats of Arms from Heraldic Rolls 1298-1418: Illustrated with ...
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Page 133 - Roll) bore, or a cross engrailed gules in the first quarter a martlet vert ; Parliamentary Roll. See HARCLA. Harding, Sir Edmond, of Kent, KL— (H. vL Roll) bore, gules, a lyon rampant ermine over all a chevron or ; Arundd Roll.
Page 107 - Argent, a chief vaire Or and Gules, over all a bend Sable.* 1 A drawing and plan appeared in The Builders
Page 248 - Quarterly gules and ermine in the first and fourth a goat's head erased silver, the horns gold.
Page 59 - Calais 134,, quarterly argent and gules, on a bend sable three mullets of the firsL The metal is altered to or in the Ashmole MS.
Page 67 - Cope, William, of Essex, gentleman (H. YL Roll) bore, argent, on a chevron azure between three roses gules slipped and leaved vert as many fleurs-de-lys of the field ; Arundel Roll.
Page xi - Somerset, afterwards Garter, that Cooke, Clar ; made many profitable visitations, both by hymself and his deputyes, whoe, notwithstanding they were well entertayned, feasted and richly rewarded by the gent of y e cuntrey, hath left no memory of them in the Generall Office. These were upon deceasse attached by arreats, alienated and sould.
Page 65 - F. Comyn, John— (E. L Roll) bore, gules three garbs or. (F.) Ascribed also to Sir JoHN in the Guillim Roll. See BUCHAN. Comyn, Sir John, of Lincolnshire— (E. n. Roll) bore, argent, crusily and three garbs gules ; Parliamentary Roll. Comyn, (H. in. Roll) bore, azure, semée of estoiles or, a chief argent, over all three garbs argent (sic) (? counterehanged) banded gules.