The Church Heraldry of Norfolk: pt. VIII. Part of the Norwich churches. pt. IX. Remainder of the Norwich churches, with those of Lynn, Thetford, and Great Yarmouth, and index, &c., to v. 3
A.H. Goose and Company, 1893 - Heraldry
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Alderman Anno Anno Domini argent arms azure bezants Bishop of Norwich bordure canton Chancel Chequy chevron between three chevron engrailed chevron sable chief indented chief three cinquefoils coat coloured Shields crescent for difference Crest cross-crosslets daughter of John died April died August died Dec died Feb died Jan died July died June died March died Nov died Oct died Sep ducal coronet eagle displayed engrailed erect ermine ermine between three Esqr fesse fesse between three filia fleurs-de-lis Frances Gent gules gules three Harvey hatchment head couped heads erased hujus impaling inscription lion passant guardant lion rampant lozenge Lynn married martlets Mayor monument Motto mullets natus Nave Norf Norfolk North Aisle obiit pale parish proper Quarterly Quarterly:—1 Robert sable sable three saltire Samuel Sarah sejant Slabs South Aisle suae Suffolk Tablet three crescents three lions three martlets three mullets Transept uxor vert William Yarm Yarmouth
Page 165 - Gules, on a bend between six cross crosslets fitchy, argent, an escutcheon or, charged with a demi-lion rampant pierced through the mouth with an arrow, within a double tressure, flory counter-flory of the first, for Howard ; (2) Gules, three lions...
Page 28 - 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 108 - Flodden, the king granted to him " an honourable augmentation of his arms, to bear on the bend thereof: in an escutcheon Or, a demi Lion rampant, pierced through the mouth with an arrow, within a double treasure flory and counterflory Gules; which tressure is the same as surrounds the royal arms of Scotland.
Page 217 - Street] gu. a lion pass, guard. ; in chief two chaplets of laurel, or ; on a chief of augmentation, wavy, a representation of Algiers, with a British man of war before it, all ppr. — Crest, upon the waves of the sea, the wreck of the Dutton East-Indiaman, upon a rocky shore off PlymouthGarrison, all ppr. ; and over the crest, Deo adjuvante.
Page 65 - He was a man of a sound judgment, good understanding, and extensive knowledge ; industrious in his own business, and indefatigable in that of the Corporation, in which he was constantly employed. He died very much lamented by all that knew him, on the 20th day of August, in the year of our Lord 1728, aged 42.
Page 126 - On a mount vert a walnut tree, ppr. ; on the sinister side an escutcheon pendent charged with the Arms of France, with a label of three points ar. Motto: "Hie est fructus virtutis.
Page 106 - Gules, on a fesse or, betw. three lozenges ermine, a trefoil slipped azure between two eagles' heads erased of the field, beaked argent, and about their necks a leash of the last.
Page 82 - Arms, Azure, three dolphins naiant, in pale ar., finned and ducally crowned, or, between two pair of lucies in saltire (the sinister surmounting the dexter) ppr., over the nose of each lucy a ducal crown of the third ; on a chief gu. three pairs of keys, endorsed in saltire or.