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Page 2 - Atwell : Arg: a chev: sa: surmounted by a pile voyded sa: Harl. MS. 5871, pt 2. " In Mr. CB bo: by ye name of Atwill of Devon et in the booke ar: 3 leopards' faces b:
Page 46 - Azure, on a saltire engrailed sable, five escallops of the field, on a chief of the second a lion passant of the first.
Page 6 - ... knobbed or, headed or. (X., p. 82) Bozoun. See Bosoun. Arg., 3 bird bolts gu., feathered arg., garnished or. (Richard, 1350). (X., p. 83-84, and see IX., p. 402).' Then as regards the Bosons of Cornwall : Bossum of Cornwall: B. 3 bolts arg. : in pale 2, 1. G. Ms. Boson: Azure 3 bird-bolts or, 2, and 1. Harl. Ms. 4632. Bosome of Bosome Soyle: Azure 3 bird-bolts in fesse arg. Quartered by Southcote. Harl. Mss 1080, 5871. Bozun: Azure 3 bird-bolts in fesse arg: Quartered by Fulford. Harl. Mss 1538,...
Page 46 - Row. 21. Gules, three dexter arms conjoined at the shoulders, and flexed in triangle, or, with the fists clenched towards the points of the shield proper; name, Tremaine.
Page 40 - ... vair; an annulet ar. RASHBROOKE, [SufF.] sa. a fesse betw. three roses, or. RASHLEGH, [Cornw.] sa. a cross betw. two crescents, ar. RASHLEIGH, [Menabilly, Fowey, Cornw.] sa. a cross or, betw. a cornish chough ar. beaked and legged gu. in the first quarter; and in the second a text...