The Visitations of Yorkshire in the Years 1563 and 1564: Made by William Flower, Esquire, Norroy King of Arms

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Harleian Society, 1881 - Heraldry - 416 pages
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Page 10 - Third grand quarter; 1. barry of six Or and Azure, on a canton Gules a cross crosslet of the first; 2.
Page 319 - Quarterly — 1 and 4, quarterly Or and Gules, on a bend Sable three escallops Argent ; 2 and 3, Or, a cross Gules.
Page 207 - ... label of three points az. for the title of Albany ; second and third or, a fesse, chequy, az. and ar. in chief a label of three points.) — Crest, a wolf's head, holding in the mouth a rose. Supporters, two lions, sejant, guard, gu. Monteith, [Auldcathie, Scotland] or, a bend, chequy, sa. and ar. ; on a canton of the second, a lion's head, erased, of the first. — Crest, an eagle, rising, ppr. looking up to the sun in its glory. Motto, Sub sole nihil. Monteith, [Carss, Scotland] quarterly ;...
Page 312 - Hackeluyt theire elder brother and to the heires males of (his body) lawfully begotten, and for...
Page 121 - Gules, a lion rampant Argent within a bordure engrailed of the second, charged on the shoulder with a plain cross.
Page 281 - Maltby, bur. 12 July, 1604, at All Saints Pavement, married Robert Brooke, Alderman and MP for York and was mother of the Rev. Samuel...
Page 356 - Stanley and his soldiers ; (') and, as "at Rheims and Rome, there were seminaries for Ecclesiastics, so this being conducted by so worthy a Catholic as Sir William Stanley, might be a continual nursery and seminary of soldiers to fight for the Roman Catholic cause.
Page 154 - Henry, Lord Hastynges Jone, on of the systers & heyres to John Cantelupe, Lord Burgavenny, doughter of William Cantelupe, Lord of -Burgavenny, by Eve, 2 doughter & on of theyrs of Sir William Brusse.
Page 66 - Constable was allowed to pursue his journey, it may be reasonably concluded that Cecil was fully informed of the immediate object of his mission. "The Lady Dorothy Constable, elder daughter of Thomas, first Lord Fairfax, and widdowofSr William Constable, of Holme, in the East Rydinge of the county of York, baronett, dyed the nynth day of March, 1655-6, and was buryed the eleaventh, in the m iddie and upper part of the great quier.
Page 102 - Chequy Or and Azure, on a chief Gules a plume of three ostrich feathers issuant of the first.

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