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canton azure, a ducal crown gold ; 2 and 3, on a bend en-
grailed gules, between two lions rampant or, langued azure,
three scaling-ladders of the field (for Keelinge). Mantling
sable and argent. Crests — i. on a wreath of the colours, a
horse's head erased argent, gorged with a ducal crown azure,
charged on the neck with a pheon sable ; 2. on a cap of
maintenance gules, turned up ermine, a scaling-ladder in



bend smister or. Motto— "Sub cruce salus." Married
Mary, dau. of Richard Chandler of Paris. Postal address
—Tideswell Vicarage, Buxton, Derbyshire

JOHN ROBERT FLETCHER, Esquire, Justice of the
Peace for the County Palatine of Lancaster. Born Aug.
J?. 1855, eldest son of the late James Fletcher, by Charlotte
his wite, daughter of Robert Leake. 6V«i5j— Constitutional,
Junior Constitutional, Piccadilly. Z«W/t— Ultramarine
blue and old gold, with silver buttons. Armorial bear-
ingB— He bears for Arms: Argent, on a cross invected




between in chief two pheons, and in base two arrows
points downwards all sable three pheons in fesse of the
last ; and for his Crest, upon a wreath of the colours,
in front of a naked arm embowed holding a long bow,
two arrows in saltire points downwards, all proper ; with
the Motto, " Forti nihil difficile." Married, August 29
1884, Ellen, daughter of Thomas Tonge. Postal addresses
— The Uplands, Whitefield, near Manchester; Kearsley,
Stoneclough, Lanes.

THOMAS RUSSELL FLETCHER, Gentleman, Mid-
shipman R.N. Born April 11, 1885, being the elder son of the
late Walter Bracebridge Fletcher of Mayfield, by his wife
Agnes, dau. of Frederick Johnson of Edgbaston, co. War-
wick. Armorial bearings — Quarterly 1 and 4, argent, a
cross engrailed sable between four pellets, each charged with
a pheon or, on a canton azure, a ducal crown gold ; 2 and 3,
on a bend engrailed g^les, between two lions rampant or,
langued azure, three scaling-ladders of the field (for Keel-
inge). Mantling sable and argent. Crests— i. on a wreath
of the colours, a horse's head erased argent, gorged with a
ducal crown azure, charged on the neck with a pheon
sable ; 2. on a cap of maintenance gules, turned up ermine,
a scaling-ladder in bend sinister or. Motto — "Sub cruce
salus." Residence — Lawneswood, near Stourbridge. Ship
— H.M.S. "Diadem."

WALTER JOHN FLETCHER, Esquire, late Capt.
Dorset Mil., F.R.I.B.A., Assoc. M. Inst. C.E., County Surv.
Dorset from 1874. Born Dec. 11, 1842, being the second
son of the Rev. William Fletcher, D.D. Oxon., by his wife
Jane Maria, dau. of Joseph Bninbrigge of Derby. Armo-
rial bearings — Quarterly i and 4, argent, a cross engrailed
sable between four pellets, each charged with a pheon or,
on a canton azure, a ducal crown gold ; 2 and 3, on a bend
engrailed gules, between two lions rampant or, langued
azure, three scaling-ladders of the field (for Keelinge), and
impaling the same arms of Fletcher and Keelinge quarterly.
Mantling sable and argent. Crests — i. on a wreath of
the colours, a horse's head erased argent, gorged with a
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Mble; a. on a cap of maintrnanct; gules, turned up ermine,
a Maling-ladilt-r hi l>end smistor or. Motto — "Sub cruce
mIub." Married, tirst, .Augusta Kranklyn, dau. and heiress
of Augustus Robert Townshend i'assmcham, late Capt.
a9th Madras Native Infantry (she died March 13, 1900) ;
and second, his cousin, Alice Vaughan, dau. of the Rev. John
W'allham Fletcher, M.A., of Ashleigh, Derby; and liaa
IssHt — (t) Walter Townshend Fletcher, (ientleman, b. Aug.
31, 1878; (a) Edward Keeling Fletcher, Gentleman. Lieut.
Royal Marine Light Infantry, b. April 10, 1880 ; Evelyn
Jane [m. Edward Gordon Peircel; nnd Irene Kathleen.
Postal addr€is—'Y\M Chantry, Wimborne Minster, co.
Dorset.

WILLIAM BAINBRIGGE FLETCHER, Gentleman,
late Fleet-Surgeon R.N. Botn Jan. a8, 1840, being the
eldest son of ihe Rev. William lleicher, D. D. Oxon. , by
his wife Jane Maria, dau. of Joseph Bainbrigge of Derby.
Annorlal boarlngi— Quarterly i and 4, argent, a cross
engrailed sable, between four pellets, each charged with a
pheon or, on a canton azure, a ducal crown gold ; a and 3,
on a bend engrailed gules, between two lions rampant or.
langued azute, three scaling-ladders of the field (for Keel-
ingc). MawtHng sable and argent. Crests — i. on a
wreath of the colours, a horse's head erased argent, gorged
with a ducal crown azure, charged on the neck with a pheon
sable ; a. on a cap of maintenance gules, turned up ermine,
a scaling-lad<ler in bend sinister or. Motto — "Sub cruce
salus." Married, 1st, Christine Adriana Sidney, d. of Rev.
John William Conway Hughes, M.A., Consular Chaplain
at Corfu; and has Issue— \i) Thomas Bainbrigge Walter
Campbell Fletcher, Gentleman, Paymaster R.N., b. March
as, 1878 ; (a) William John Bainbrigge Fletcher, Gentle-
man, b. June 11, 1879; m. and, July aQ, 1902, Catherine
Mary, dau. of late George Wadley of Springfield, Bculah
Hill; and has issue— (3) Peter Bainbrigge Fletcher, b.
Jan. 13, 1904. Residence— ^X. Catherine's, Salisbury Road,
Wimbledon.

The Reverend WILLIAM DUDLEY SAUL
FLETCHER, Clerk in Holy Orders, B.A. and B.D. of



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University of Dublin, Rector of Lissadell, co. Sligo.
Born Nov. 7, 1863, being the eldest surviving son of the
Rev. J. S. Fletcher, D.D., late Rector of St. Barnabas,



Dublin, and formerly of Kilshane, co. Dublin, by Annie
his wife, d.au. of William Taylor of Dublin. Armorial
boarinfl^ Per bend sable and gules, a cross Hory c|viarter
pierced argent, between four escallops or. Mantling sable
and argent. Orest - Upon a wreath of the colours, a demi-
talbot rampant gules, ducally gorged and charged with an
escallop or. Motto " Dieu pour nous. " Married, Jan.
la, 1899, Agnes Elizal^eth, eldest dau. of Richard Altainont
Smythe, of Court na farraga, Killiney, co. Dublin.
Residence -\Jasa.At\\ Parsonage, co. Sligo.

The Revereni) WILLIAM GEORGE DIMOCK
FLETCHER, Clerk in Holy Orders, Master of Arts of the
University of Oxford, Fellow of the Society of Anliciuaric ,
Vicar of Oxon, near Shrewsbury. Horn January 4, 1851.
Ijeing the eldest surviving son of the late Rev. John Walthani
Fletcher, M.A., of Ashleigh, in the borough of Derby, by
his wife Elizalieth S.-irah, dau. of the late Rev. John Giles
Dimock, M.A, Rector of Uppingham, in the county of
Rutland. Armorial bearlng^s (I'ed., H. Coll.; Norf..
9, 31; 13 D. 14, 153; 20 D. 14, 70-74; Surrey, iii. 91)—




Quarterly i and 4, argent a cross engrailed sable between
four jjellets, each charged with a pheon or, on a canton
azure a ducal crown gold (for Fletcher) ; 2 and 3 gules, on
a bend engrailed, between two lions rampant or, three scaling-
ladders of the field (for Keeling). Upon the escutcheon is
placed a helmet befitting his degree, with a mantling sable
and argent ; and for his Crests, i. upon a wreath of the
colours, a horse's head erased argent, gorged with a ducal
crown azure, charged on the neck with a pheon sable (for
Fletcher) ; 2. on a cap of maintenance gules, turned up
ermine, a scaling-ladder in bend sinister or. Motto—" Sub
crucs salus." Married, August 23, 1888, Elizabeth Harriet,
youngest daughter of the late John Yerrow Arrowsmith,
Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons, of Swan Hill
Court, Shrewsbury. Postal address — Oxon Vicarage, near
Shrewsbury.

WILLIAM GIFFARD FLETCHER, Gentleman.
Bom Jan. 15, 1889, being the second son of the late Walter
Bracebridge Fletcher of Mayfield, by his wife Agnes, dau.
of Frederick Johnson of Edgbaston, co. Warwick. Ar-
morial bearings— Quarterly i and 4, argent, a cross en-
grailed sable between four pellets, each charged with a



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pheon or, on a canton azure, a ducal crown gold ; 2 and 3,
on a bend engrailed gules, between two lions rampant or,
langued azure, three scaling-ladders of the field (for Keel-
inge). Mantling sable and argent. Crests— i. on a
wreath of the colours, a horse's head erased argent, gorged
with a ducal crown azure, charged on the neck with a pheon
sable ; 2. on a cap of maintenance gules, turned up ermine,
a scaling-ladder in bend sinister or. Motto — "Sub cruce
salus." Residence — Berwood, Erdington, near Bir-
mingham.

The Rev. WILLIAM HENRY FLETCHER, Clerk in
Holy Orders, M.A. Ch. Ch., Oxford, Vicar and Rural Dean
of Wrexham, and Canon Residentiary of St. Asaph. Born
March 7, 1852, being the second son of the late Rev. Henry
Fletcher, M.A. Oxon., by his wife Mary Ann Letitia, dau.
and heiress of William David Field, Esq., of Ulceby Grange,
J. P. and D.L. Armorial bearings— Quarterly i and 4,
argent, a cross engrailed sable between four pellets, each
charged with a pheon or, on a canton azure, a ducal crown
gold ; 2 and 3, on a bend engrailed gules, between two lions
rampant or, langued azure, three scaling-ladders of the field
(for Keelinge); and impaling the arms of Crawfurd, namely
gules, a fesse ermine, between three mullets argent, in chief
and in base two swords saltireways proper, hilted and
pommelled or, all within a bordure engrailed azure. Mant-
ling sable and argent. Crests- 1. on a wreath of the colours,
a horse's head erased argent, gorged with a ducal crown
azure, charged on tlie neck with a pheon sable ; 2. on a
cap of maintenance gules, turned up ermine, a scaling-
ladder in bend sinister or. Motto— "Sub cruce saUis.''
Married Agnes, dau. of George Crawfurd of Thorn wood,
Uddingston, co. Lanark; and has Issue — Henry Field
Fletcher, Gentleman, b. Feb. 3, 1884.

FLETCHER (L.O., 1825). Sable, on a cross fleury
between two escallops in the dexter chief and sinister base
points argent, and as many quivers filled with arrows in the
sinister chief and dexter base points or, two towers em-
battled gules in pale and two dexter hands proper, fesse-
wise, in fesse, each holding a cross crosslet fitch^e azure,
all within a bordure quarterly, i and 4, gyronny of eight
of the third and first ; 2. argent, two galleys of the
first, oars in action ; 3. chequy of the second and fifth.
Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of his
liveries . Motto^
Son of : —

Archibald Henry John Fletcher, Gentleman, Solicitor,
M.A. Res. — Huddersfield.

FLETCHER. Argent, an arrow in pale point upwards,
between two flaunches sable, each charged with a cross
pat^e of the field. Mantling sable and argent. Crest —
On a wreath of the colours, two squirrels sejant respecting
each other, supportingb etween the legs an arrow erect point
upwards or. Motto — " Droit comme un fleche."

Descendants of Ralph Fletcher of Barnton House,
Gloucester : —

Mrs. (Frances Maria) Goodyere, residing at Cheltenham,
only surv. child.

FLETCHER (H. Coll.). Argent, on a bend sable,
between two crosses pat6e fitch^e gules, three plates each
charged with a pheon of the second. Mantling sable and
argent. Crest—On a wreath of the colours, in front of a
phoenix in flames proper, three pheons fessewise sable.
Motto — •" Per mortem ad vitam."

Son of Thomas Fletcher by his wife Sarah, d. of

Nathan Woodroofe, and widow of Thomas Longsdon

of Manchester and Little Longstone, Derby : —

Alfred James Fletcher, Gentleman, b. 13 Apl. 1830 ; m.

3 Sept. 1859, Mary Davies, d. of Rev. James Brooke of

Cheetham Hill, nr. Manchester; and has surv. issue — (i)

Harold Brooke Fletcher, Gentleman, b. i860; (2) Alfred

Woodroofe Fletcher, Gentleman, Barrister-at-Law, b. 1868 ;

(3) Edward Harris Fletcher, Gentleman, b. 1870; Mary

Alice ; Agnes Isabel ; and Winifred Hope. Res. — \\ood-

burn, Wilmslow Park, Wilmslow, Cheshire. Club —

Clarendon (Manchester).

FLETCHER (Confn. U.O.). Sable, a cross florett^e
engrailed between four escallops argent. Mantling sable
and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a demi-
talbot rampant azure, ducally gorged and pierced by two



arrows in saltire or. Motto — " Dominus non sagitta tuta-
men." Livery — Black, white facings. [Ped. U.O.].




Sons of Rev. Matthew Fox Fletcher, B.A. (Dub. and
Oxon.), formerly Rector, Incumbent, and Patron of
Tarleton, Lanes., b. 1812; d. 1875; m. 1849, Louisa
Jane Cromplon (d. 1878), d. of Andrew Todd of Lower
Darley Hall, Bolton-le-Moors, Lanes. :—
The Ven. Robert Crompton Fletcher, M.A. (Cantab.),
Rector, Incumbent, and Patron of Benefice of Tarleton,
Archdeacon of Blackburn, Alderman of C.C. Lanes., b. at
Fremantle, Swan River, Western Australia, 1850; 7n. 1878,
Nina Helen [d. 1904), eld. d. of Henry Rawcliffe, Esq.,
J. P. CO. Lanes., nowofGillibrand Hall, nr. Chorley, Lanes. ;
and has issue — (i) Matthew Henry Rawcliffe Fletcher,
Gentleman, b. 1879 ; (2) Robert Ronald Rawcliffe Fletcher,
Gentleman, b. 1885 ; (3) Leonard Rawcliffe Fletcher, Gentle-
man, b, 1891 ; Olive Eloise ; Nina Mary Hazel; Irene
Marian; Violet Monica; and Daphne Margaret. Res. —
Tarleton Rectory, Preston. C/«*— Royal Societies'.

Wilfred William Ernest Fletcher, Gentleii an, B.A.,
M.B., D.P.H. (Cantab.), M.R.C.S. (Eng.), Inspector Med.
Dept. of H.M.'s Local Govt. Board, b. at Tarleton 1856;
in. 1881; no issue. Res.— 2 Addison Mansions, London,
W. C/tti5— Royal Societies'.

Thomas Bonsor Crompton Fletcher, Gentleman, b. i860.
Res. — Texas.

Hautenville Fletcher. Gentleman, b. i860. .ff«.— Texas.
Matthew Reginald Fletcher, Gentleman, b. 1862. Res.—

Theodore Fletcher, Gentleman, b. 1864. /?«.— Texas.

3 Sir THOMAS FLETCHER BOUGHEY, 4th
Baronet (Aug. 24, 1798), of Aqualate, co. Stafford,
D. L. , High Sheriff 1898, late Capt. 2nd Staffs. Militia. Born
April s, 1836, being the only son of Sir Thomas Fletcher
Fenton Boughey, 3rd Bart., by his wife Louisa Paulina,
youngest dau. of Thomas Gifford of Chilllngton. Armorial
bearings— Quarterly i and 4, sable, a cross wavy erminois
between four plates, each charged with an arrow in bend
of the first (for Fletcher) ; 2 and 3, argent, three bucks'
heads, erased and affront^e, ermines (for Boughey) ; the
escutcheon charged with his badge of Ulster as a Baronet.
Mantling sable and argent. Crests— i. on a wreath of the
colours, a plate charged with a pheon per pale ermine and
sable (for Fletcher) ; 2. out of an eastern crown gold, the
points alternate or and argent, a buck's head ermmes,
attired and collared of the first (for Boughey). MottO—



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" Nee quae rms nee spemere honorem." Married, Au(f. 25,
1864, Sarah Anabellu, only dau. or Maruld Littlcdale, o<
Lisou'd Hall, Cheshire. .SV<i/— Aquolate, Staffordshire.
/VfA4nmi— Newport, Shropshire.

S GEORGE FLETCHER FLETCHER-TWEMLOW,
Esq.. D.L. for Staffordshire, a A. (Cantab.). Bom
1857, being the fourth son of Rev. Charles Smith Royds,
J. P., M.A., by his wife Mary Anne, eldest (laughter of
Francis Twemlow, Esq., J. P., D.L., of lietley Court, Staffs.
iLiw/7— Brown and yellow. Amiorlal bMirloga— Quar-
terly I and 4, in the hrst quarter i. and iiii. azure, two bars
engrailed or, charged with three l)oars" ht-ads couped erect,
two and one sable (for Twemlow) j ii. and iii. sable, a cross
wavy ermmois between four plates, each charged with an
arrow in bend of the first (for Fletcher); a and 3 ermine, a cross
engrailed gules, charged with four bezants and a tihing-spear
or, between four lions ram(>ant gules (for Royds). Mknt-
Un|^ azure and or; and for his Oreatl, i. on a wreath
of the colours, a parroquct standing on the stump of a tree,
a branch sprouting therefrom proper (for Twemlow) ; a. on
the dexter side, on a wreath of^ the colours, a plate charged
with a pheon per pale ermine and sable, point downwards (for
Fletcher); 3. on the sinister side, on a wreath of the colours,
a leopard sable, spotted and collared or, resting its paw on
a pheon or (for Royds). Married, January ai, 1885, Emma
Beatrice, second daughter of William Foster, Esq., J. P.,
D. L. of Hornby Castle, Lancaster ; and has had Issue —
Thomas William Fletcher Twemlow, Gentleman, b. Nov.
16. 1885, d, Aug. 18, 1900. Postal address — Pitmaston,
Worcester.

FLOOD, see SOLLY-FLOOD.

The Reverend WHXIAM FLORY, Clerk in Holy
Orders. Born September aa, 1846, being the only son of
John Flory of Great Healings, by his wife Eliza, only dau.
of Frederick Loom of Grundisburgh, co. Suffolk. Livery
— Light blue, with white facings and silver buttons.
Armorial bearings — He bears for Arms : Per pale argent




and azure, five crescents chevronways between three fleurs-
de-lis all counterchanged, impaling the arms of Ryland,
namely argent, on a chevron invected between three martlets
sable, a sheaf of rye or, between two escallops, each
within an annulet of the last ; and for his Crest, on a wreath
of the colours, between two saltires azure, a stag's head
erased argent, gorged with a collar of the first, thereon three
crescents of the second, between the attires a fleur-de-lis also
azure; with the Motto, " Ut prosimus." Married, April
6, 1875, Susannah Proctor, second daughter of Thomas
Ryland, Esquire, of Erdington and Moxhull Park, in the



county of Warwick. Justice of the Peace; and has Issue
— Mary Ryland. Postal address — Redland Lodge, Leam-
ington.

ARTHUR FLOWER, Esquire. J. P. Beds, and Herts,
Captain Herts Yeomanry 1879-8C. Bom 1847, being the
son of P. W. Flower of Furze Down, Surrey. Armortal
bearing — Or, two flaunches vert, in pale three escutcheons
of the last, each charged with a fleur-de-lis of the field, im-
paling the arms of Pauncefort-Dunconibe, namely, quarterly
I and 4. per chevron engrailed gules and argent, three
talbots' heads erased counterchanged ; a and 3, gules, three
lions rampant argent. Hantlinff vert and or. Crest -On
a wreath of the colours, issuant from clouds a cubit arm
erect, in the hand a rose and lily slipped all proper. Motto—
" Flores curat Deus." Married, 1873, Isabel, second dau.
of Sir Philip Pauncefort-Duncombe, ist Baronet. Residence
—36 Princes Gate, S.W.

ROBERT THOMAS FLOWER, Esquire, commonly
known as the Hon. Robert Thomas Flower. Born April i,
1836, being third but second surviving son of the late Kt.
Hon. Henry Jeffrey Flower, 5th Viscount Ashbrook, by his
wife Frances, dau. of Sir John Robinson, Bart. Armorial
bearings— Argent, two chevronels between three ravens,
each having an ermine spot in its beak sable, and between the
chevronels three pellets. Upon the escutcheon is placed a
helmet liefitting lus degree, with a m.intling sable and argent ;
and for his Crest, upon a wreath of the colours, a raven, hav-
ing an ermine spot on its l^eak. Married, 1866, Gertrude
Sophia, daughter of the late Reverend Sewell Hamilton of
Bath ; and has Issue — (i) L'owarch Robert Flower, Esquire,
born 1870; (a) Reginald Henry Flower, Gentleman, born
1871 ; Frances Mary [married, 1893, Harry Ernest White];
Eva Constance Gertrude ; and Gertrude. Residence —
Knockatrina House, Durrow, Queen's County,

SSiK JOHN FLOYD, 3rd Baronet (March 30, 1816),
Major and Royal Lanark Militia, late Capt. 3rd Buffs ;
served in the Crimea. Born July 31, 1823, being the eldest
son of the late Sir Henry Floyd, and Bart., by his wife
Mary, eldest dau. and coheir of William Murray of Latiiim,
Jamaica. Armorial bearingrs — Sable, a lion rampant re-
gardant argent, on a chief embattled or, a sword erect
prof)er, pommel and hilt gold, enfiled with an eastern crown
gules, between two tigers' faces also projser ; the escutcheon
charged with his badge of Ulster as a Baronet. Mantling
sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a
lion rampant regardant argent, murally crowned gules,
bearing a flag representing the standard of Tippoo Sultan,
flowing to the sinister proper. Motto— " Patiens pulveris
atque solis." Married, June 10, 1851, Thomasine Harriette,
dau. of the Rt. Hon. Sir Frederick Shaw, P.C., 3rd Bart.
She d.s.p. Feb. 16, 1856. C/k^— National.

ERNEST AYSCOGHE FLOYER, Gentleman. Born
July 4, 1852, being the eldest surviving son of the late Rev.
Ayscoghe Floyer, M.A., by his wife Louisa Sara, dau. and
heiress of the Hon. Frederick John Shore. Armorial bear-
ings — Quarterly, i. sable, a chevron between three arrows
argent (for Floyer) ; 2. azure, a bend between si.x fleurs-de-lis
or (for Bashe) ; 3. argent, a chevron gules, between three
crows sable, beaked of the first (for Croke) ; 4. per fesse or and
gules, a lozenge counterchanged (for Kirke) ; 5. argent, two
bars gules (for Martin) ; 6. or, two bendlets gules, an escallop
in the chief point sable, on a canton or, three piles conjoined
in base azure for Guy of Brian (Jor De Tracey) ; 7. per pale
sable and argent, a chevron per pale or and gules (for
Loundres) ; 8. quarterly argent and sable, four hawks' heads
erased counterchanged (for Pydel) ; 9. chequy or and azure,
on a fesse gules, three lions rampant argent (for Sp>eckford) ;
10. argent, on a bend sable, three unicorns passant or (for
Ferendon) ; 11. argent, a saltire gules, on a chief of the
second, three bezants {for De Anna) ; 12. gules, a chevron
between three roses argent, seeded proper (for Wadham) ;
13. or, on a chevron gules, three martlets argent (for
Chiseldon) ; 14. azure, two bars between eight martlets, three,
tivo, and three or (for Tantifer) ; 15. azure, a chevron be-
tween three chess-rooks or {for Rogus) ; 16. argent, on a
chief gules, two bucks' heads caboshed or (for Popham) ;
17. sable, three plates {for Clark) ; 18. gules, a chevron
argent, between ten bezants (for Souch) ; 19. sable, six
lions rampant, three, two, and one or (for St. Martyn) ;
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Nevill) ; 21. barry of six or and azure, over all an eagle
displayed gules (for Waleran or Walrand) ; 22. azure, a
lion rampant argent (for Lorty) ; 23. gules, a fesse lozengy
ermine (for Reade) ; 24. argent, a chevron between three
escallops sable (for Tregarthin) ; 25. argent, two lobster
claws in saltire gules (for Tregarthin, ancient) ; 26. azure,
a lion rampant within an orle of eight escallops or (for
Hendour); 27. argent, a lion rampant gules, within a
bordure sable, bezant^e, a label of three points of the third
(for Cornwall) ; 28. argent, on a bend sable, five bezants
\for Chamber layne) ; 29. argent, on a chevron gules, tliree
fleurs-de-lis or (for Pever) ; 30. or, a chevron ermine, be-
tiveen three bur-leaves proper, a crescent for dtffere7ice
[for Burwell); 31. argent, a saltire between four griffins'
heads erased gules (for Alverd) ; 32. gules, two pole-axes
in saltire or, headed argent, betiveen four mullets of the
last (for Pitman) ; 33. sable, a fesse or, between three
asses passant argent (for Ayscoghe) ; 34. or, a bend azure
(for Caythorpe) ; 35. gules, a chevron engrailed between
three hounds sejant argent (for Hungate) ; 36. argent, a
saltire gules, on a chief of the second, three escallops or




(for Tailboys) ; 37. gules, on a bend argent, three cinque-
foils sable (for Boroughden) ; 38. gules, a cinquefoil within
an orle of crosses patonce or (for Umfraville) ; 39. gules,
a cinquefoil argent (for Umfraville, ancient) ; 40. gules,
a chevron between ten crosses crosslet or (for Kyme) ; 41.
gules, two bends or (for FitzWith) ; 42. barry of six or and
azure, a bend gules (for Bolington); 43. azure, a cross
chequy argent and gules (for Cokefield) ; 44. gules, two
chevronels within a bordure or (for Channell) ; 45. sable,
a chevron between three columns or, a label of three points
of the last (for Bullingbrook) ; 46. gules, a maunch ermine
(for Moigne) ; 47. gules, three mullets argent (for Han-
sard) ; 48. chevrony of six argent and gules (for Delamore) ;
49. ermine, two chevronels gules (for Semer) ; 50. argent,
an inescutcheon sable, in an orle of cinquefoils gules (for
Darcy) ; 51. argent, three cinquefoils gules (for Darcy,
ancient) ; 52. vert, a saltire engrailed or (for Hawley), and
a canton barry nebuly of six argent and sable (for Blount) ;
S3- gules, five crosses crosslet between two flaunches argent
(for Elkington) ; 54. or, a saltire and a chief gules, on a
canton argent, a lion rampant azure (for Brewes) ; 55 vert,
an eagle displayed or, armed sable (for Hutton) ; 56. or.



three parroquets vert (for Chauncellor) ; 57. ermine, on a
canton argent, a saltire engrailed sable (for Fitzjefiery);

58. azure, a fesse between three fleurs-de-lis or (for Skelton) ;

59. argent, three bars gules, in chief a greyhound at full
speed sable, collared or, a bordure engrailed gobony of the
last and azure (for Skipwith) ; 60. or, a chevron gules,