The Church Heraldry of Norfolk: A Description of All Coats of Arms on Brasses, Monuments, Slabs, Hatchments, &c., Now to be Found in the County. Illustrated. With References to Blomefield's History of Norfolk and Burke's Armory. Together with Notes from the Inscriptions Attached, Volume 1
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aged Anne annulets argent argent and gules argent and sable azure Bedingfeld Berney bezants bordure engrailed canton Chancel Chequy chevron between three chevron engrailed chevron ermine chevron gules chief indented chief three cinquefoils coat coloured Shields cotised counterchanged crescent for difference Crest cross engrailed cross-crosslets crosses pattee daughter of Sir dexter died April died August died December died February died January died July died June died March died November died October died September ducal coronet eldest engrailed ermine between three escallops escutcheon fesse between three flaunches fleurs-de-lis Gent gules gules three Hatchments heads couped impaling lion rampant lions passant guardant lozenge married martlets Mary Monument Motto mullets Nave Norf Norfolk Norwich pale parish pretence proper Quarterly Quarterly:—1 Rector Robert Royal Arms sable three saltire Slabs Suffolk Tablet three cinquefoils three crescents three crosses three escallops three fleurs-de-lis three leopards three lions three martlets Tinctured by lines Ulster badge vert
Page 110 - Quarterly gules on a bend between six cross crosslets fitchee argent, an escutcheon or, charged with a demi-lion rampant, pierced through the mouth with an arrow, within a double tressure flory counterflory...
Page 149 - December, 1751 ; arms, party per pale argent and sable, a chevron between three talbots passant, counterchanged, on a chief, gules, three leopard's heads, Or. ; crest, a talbot passant, per pale argent and sable : motto,
Page 364 - 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 244 - Gules, a demy virgin couped below the shoulders, issuing from the clouds, all proper, vested Or, crowned with an Eastern crown of the last, her hair dishevelled, and wreathed round the temples with roses of the second, all within an orle of clouds, proper. Mr. Ellis (Campag. Lond. p. 100,) is incorrect in affirming this
Page 6 - Howard ; (2) Gules, three lions passant guardant in pale, or, in chief a label of three points, argent...
Page 54 - WINCHESTER : gu., two keys, addorsed, in bend, the uppermost argent, the other or, a sword interposed between them, in bend sinister, of the second, hilt and pommel of third.
Page 323 - 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 272 - Crest: Out of a ducal coronet or a plume of five ostrich feathers argent, therefrom issuant a falcon rising of the last. O' BYRNE Gules a chevron between three dexter hands couped at the wrist argent.