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Remains, Historical and Literary, Connected with the Palatine Counties of ... - Page 169
1843
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The baronetage of England, Volume 1

John Debrett - 1824
...succeeded by his brother, VII. Lieut.-general sir JOHN-DELVES, present bart. Arms—{See plate 11.) Argent, two bars, gules, on a canton of the second, a cross, of the field. Ctest—A sea-dog's head, gules, eared and finned, argent. TOL. i. cc Seats— SecUi—At...
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The baronetage of England. revised, corrected and continued by G.W. Collen

John Debrett - 1840 - 80 pages
...sister of sir John Egerton, of Oulton Park, со. Chester, bart. and by her has no issue. ARMS — Argent, two bars, gules, on a canton of the second, a cross, of the field. CREST — A sea-dog's head, gules, eared and finned, argent. SEATS — At lîruughton,...
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The Visitation of the County of Rutland in the Year 1618-19: Taken by ...

William Camden - Heraldry - 1870 - 60 pages
...issue of Nantwich. Leech of Nantwich as in Cheshire. 2 wife. AEMS. Quarterly of six : — 1 and 6. Argent, two bars gules, on a canton of the second a cross of the field. (BaOTJGHTON.) 2. Argent, a stay's head cabossed gules, a chief sable. 3. Or, on a Jess...
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The Visitation of the County Palatine of Lancaster: Made in the ..., Volume 85

William Dugdale - Heraldry - 1872
...dau. and heir of 2 John. Christopher Leyland wiuiam of West Derby, co. 0 Lancaster. of flrmJj. — Argent, two bars, gules, on a canton of the second...John wife of Lamplughof George Lamplugh, Croule, a T 3 Agnes, 4 Alice, first wife of Hugh married to Dickenson Cuthbert of Wrightin- Blennerhasco. Cumber-...
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The Visitations of Essex by Hawley, 1552; Hervey, 1558; Cooke, 1570 ..., Part 1

Walter Charles Metcalfe - Essex (England) - 1878
...Paly of six argent and gules, on a chief sable a lion passant gardant of the first. [LODDINGTON.] 3. Argent, two bars gules, on a canton of the second a cross moline or. [KiRKBY.j 4. Per fess azure and or a pale counterchanged, three lions rampant gardant of the second....
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The Church Heraldry of Norfolk: pt. VIII. Part of the Norwich churches. pt ...

Edmund Farrer - Heraldry - 1893
...shield.) Barry of four, argent and gules ; on a sinister canton of the second a cross moline or (Kirby, Argent, two bars gules, on a canton of the second a cross moline of the first) ; impaling, Sable, a fesse between three lozenges or (Kidd of Lynn, Azure, a fesse between...
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The Genealogical Magazine: A Journal of Family History, Heraldry, and Pedigrees

Genealogy - 1900
...engraved the Kirkby arms. The latter, as given by Dugdale in his Visitation of Lancashire in 1664, were : Argent two bars gules, on a canton of the second a cross moline or. The crest : Upon a cap of maintenance gules, turned up ermine a wreath or and gules, and within a cross...
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Matthews' American Armoury and Blue Book, Part 1

John Matthews (of London) - Heraldry - 1903 - 550 pages
...McDonald. (iii.) MABEL, b. 5th July, 1872 ; d. 18th October, 1896 ; m. Ellsworth R. Skidmore. Anns — Argent, two bars gules, on a canton of the second a cross of the first. Crest —A demi-savage affront6e handeuffed proper. Residence — Jamaica, Long Island,...
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Debrett's illustrated baronetage and knightage (and companionage) of the ...

1879
...R., Western V., Doddington V., and Haslington V., Cheshire; Broughton D., Staffordshire. ¿Arm» — Argent, two bars gules, on a canton of the second a cross of the field. €mt — A sea-dog's head giiles, erased and finned argent. Seats — Broughton Hall,...
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The New Baronetage of England: Containing, as Well a Concise ..., Volume 1

Baronetage - 1804 - 964 pages
...Jan. 16, 1766, and was succeeded by his brother, VI. The Rev. Sir THOMAS, the present Baronet. ARMS— Argent, two bars, gules, on. a canton of the second, a cross, of the field. CREST— A sea-dog's head, gules, eared and fumed, argent. SEATS — At Brnughton, in...
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