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George, [Park-place, Middlesex, and St. Stephen's

Green, Dublin, Bart.] ar. on a fesse, engr. gu.

betw. three falcons, rising, az. beaked, belled,

and legged, or, as many bezants, each charged

with a lion's head, erased, sa. ; on a cantonvert,

a harp gold, stringed of the first. Crest, a

falcon, as in the Arms.
George, [Scotland,] or, a fesse betw. three falcons,

rising, az. membered gu. Crest, the sun shining

on a sun-flower ppr.
George, [Scotlaud,] ar. a fesse az. betw. three

falcons, rising, of the second. Crest, as

above.
George. The same Arms as George, of Ciren-
cester, in the first Dictionary. Crest, a demi

talbot sa. collared, indented, and eared, or,

betw. two fir-branches vert.
George, [William, Provost of King's College,

Cambridge, and Canon of Windsor, 174G,] ar.

a fesse betw. three doves, rising, gu.
George, [Great Abington, 1769.] The same

Arms as George's, of Westminster, in the first

Dictionary.
George, St. [Hatley, Cambridgeshire,] ar. a chief

az. over all a lion, rampant, gu.
Georges, gu. six lozenges or, three, two, and

one.
Gepp. Crest, a griffin's head, collared, betw.

two wings ....
Geralde, [Ireland,] erm. a saltier gu.
Geraldine, [Ireland,] ar. a saltier gu.
Gerard, [Earl of Macclesfield,] ar. on a saltier

gu. an imperial crown or.
Gerard, ar. a fesse sa. betw. three mullets gu.

pierced or.
Gerard, ar. on a fesse az. three fleurs-de-lis or.
Gerard, ar. three chev. gu. a label sa.
Gerard, erm. a fret gu. and chief or.
Gerard, [Ireland,] erm. a saltier, engr. gu.
Gerbridge, erm. on a chief gu. three lozenges

of the field.
Gerbridge. To the second of the name in the

first Dictionary, add Crest, a lion's paw, hold-
ing a thistle.
Gerbridge, gu. three inescocheons erm.
Gerbridge, [Wickaington, Norfolk,] erm. on a

fesse gu. three lozenges of the field.
Gerbridge, [Walsingham, Norfolk,] sa. a fesse

betw. two chev. or.
Gerby, ar. a fret vert, on a canton sa. a stag at

gaze, ppr.
Gercom. Arms, see first Dictionary. Crest, a

griilin, segreant, ppr. collared gu. in the mouth

a line and ring or.
Gercomin, quarterly, or and gu. in the first

quarter a lion, rampant, of the second.



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Gf.rdelley. Arms, see first Dictionary. Crest,
a dexter hand, brandishing' a sword, ppr.

Gerdilley, az. on a chev. engr. or, betw. three
fleurs-de-lis ar. a hurt.

Gere, [Devonshire,] gu. a fesse erm. betw. six
maseles or.

Gere, [Bark way, Hertfordshire,] gu. two bars ar.
each charged with three maseles of the field ; a
canton or.

Gerell, sa. a cross or, charged with five pellets,
within a bordure, engr. of the second.

Gerell, sa. ou a cross, engr. or, five pellets, within
a bordure, ....

Gererd, per saltier az. and ar. a saltier gu.
Crest, a lion, rampant, ....

Gkrfeston, ar. a fesse sa.

Gf.rgaunt, per pale gu. and ar. three castles,
counterchanged.

Gerlinge. Arms, the same as in the first Dic-
tionary. Crest, an unicorn's head, erased, ar.
collared sa.

Germain, or Germyn. Arms, see first Dic-
tionary. Crest, a dexter arm, couped and em-
bowed, resting on the elbow, holding a tilting
spear, in pale, ppr.

Germaine, [Earl of St. Alban's,] sa.a crescent betw.
two mullets ar.

German, [Cornwall,] paly, wavy, of six ar. and gu.

Germine, [Suffolk,] sa. a crescent betw. two
mullets, in pale, ar.

Germingham, [Suffolk and Norfolk,] ar. three
lozenge buckles gu.

Germon, [Kent,] barry, nebulee, of six ar. and
gu.

Germyn, ar. a chev. betw. three harts' heads,
couped, sa. Crest, a unicorn's head betw. two
branches of laurel, disposed orleways, ....

Gernald, ar. on a bend, engr. sa. three bugle-
horns of thy first.

Gernecii, or Gernish, ar. on a chev. az. betw.
three escallops sa. as many annulets or.

Gernegan, ar three lozenges gu. Crest, an
alerion, displayed, gu.

Gernilan, ar. three saltiers, couped, vert.

Gernlaw, ar. two mullets in chief, and a fleur-
de-lis in base, within a bordure, engr. gu.

Gernon, Gernun, or Gernoun, ar. three
piles, wavy, gu. Crest, a hand issuing from a
cloud, in fesse, holding a club, ppr.

Gernon, [Herefordshire,] ar. three piles, wavy,
gu. meeting in the base point within a bordure
or.

Gernon, [Herefordshire,] gu. two lions, passant,
ar. within a bordure az.

Gernon, [Nottinghamshire,] or, a hart's head, ca-
bossed, gu.



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Gernon, alias Candish, ar. three piles, wavy, gu.

Crest, a wolf's head, couped, az. collared

and ringed or.
Gernon, alias Pike, gu. three piles, wavy, ar.
Gernon, paly, wavy, of six or and gu.
Gernon, ar. a chev. betw. three bucks' heads,

couped, sa.
Gernon, [Wicken, Cambridgeshire,] paly, wavy,

of six ar. and gu.
Gerow, ar. a cross gu. betw. four lions, passant,

respecting each other, sa.
Gerrari), [Crewewood, Cheshire.] Arms as

Gerard, eleventh in first Dictionary.
Gerrare, or Greenere, ar. three open cups

sa.
Gerrell, sa. on a cross, engr. or, five crescents

of the field.
Gerrors, ar. a saltier gu. betw. four lions,

rampant, sa.
Gerry, [Lancashire,] gu. two bars or, each

charged with three maseles az. ; on a canton of

the last a leopard's head of the second. Crest,

a buck's head, erased, quarterly, ar. and sa.

charged with four maseles counterchanged.
Gerson, [Gerson, Lancashire,] vert, a cross,

engr. or. Crest, an arm in armour from the

shoulder, couped, in fesse, from the elbow in

pale, holding up a helmet, all ppr.
Gervays, az. three beacons, with ladders or,

fired gu. Crest, on a mural coronet gu. a fire-
beacon betw. two wings ppr.
Gervays, [Isle of Ely, Cambridgeshire.] Arms,

see first Dictionary. Crest, a tiger's head,

erased, ar.
Gerveis, [Alderman of London,] sa. a chev.

betw. three eagles, close, ar. membered or.
Gerves, [Exeter, temp. Hen. III.] ar. six ostrich-
feathers, three, two, and one, sa.
Gervis, [Essex, Master of the Pipe-Office,

1610.] The same Arms and Crest as the

seventh in the first Dictionary.
Gerway, [Webley, Dorsetshire,] ar. a pile and

a fesse betw. four leopards' faces gu.
Gerways, gu. three greyhounds, courant, in

pale, ar.
Geslingham, az. a fesse betw. three geese ar.
Gesors, or Gessors, az. billettee or, a lion,

rampant, of the last. Crest, a talbot, sejant,

sa. collared ar.
Gestinthorpe, erm. a maunch sa.
Getforth, az. a chev. or, betw. three goats'

heads, erased, ar.
Getham, erm. on a bend gu. three bars, wavy,

or.
Gethin, [Ireland, Bart.] az. a buck, springing,

ar. attired or.



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Gethinge, ar. three pellets, in fesse, betw. two
bars sa. ; in chief two goats' heads, erased, gu.
attired or, in base one of the same,

Gethyn, ar. a chev. engr. az. betw. three birds,
rising, sa. within a bordure, engr. of the second.

Gevill, sa. a cross, couped and pierced, or.

Geydinge, or Geddinge, ar. on a fesse betw.
three leopards' heads gu. as many eagles, dis-
played, or.

Geynes, gu. ; a chief vair. Crest, a griffin's
head, eraced, ppr. in the beak a trefoil vert.

Geynes. Crest, out of a cloud a dexter hand,
pointing up with the fore finger, ppr.

Geyney, az. an inescocheon within an orle of
martlets ....

Geynott, or, crusilly and three fleurs-de-lis az.

Geynton, or Geyton, ar. a fesse betw. six
fleurs-de-lis gu. Crest, the sun, in splendour,
or, at each ray a flame of fire ppr.

Ghrimes, gu. on a cross ar. five mullets of the
first, on a chief of the second three escallops of
the field. Crest, a talbot, sejaut, sa. collared
ar.

Gib, [Caribeer, Scotland.] Arms, see first Dic-
tionary. Crest, a mullet, pierced, or.

Gib, [Scotland,] gu. a dexter hand, couped, pale-
ways, holding a broken spear, in bend sinister,
betw. two mullets, pierced, in fesse, all- or.

Gibb, [of that Ilk, Scotland,] gu. a dexter hand,
couped, fesse ways, holding a broken spear, in
pale, ar.

Gibb, [Scotland,] gu. a dexter hand, couped,
fesseways, and holding a spear, in pale, broken
at the top, or, betw. two spur-rowels, in chief,
of the last. Crest, a dagger, in pale, thereon
suspended a wreath of laurel, all ppr.

Gibball, [Ireland.] Crest, a goat, passant, ar.
hoofed and armed sa.

Gibbard, gu. on a bend, cottised, ar. a lion,
passant, az. Crest, an arm, couped, embowed,
vested, and purfled at the shoulder, the part
above the elbow in fesse, the hand, in pale,
holding a palm-branch, ppr.

Gibbe, ar. three halberts, in fesse, sa. heads
turned to the sinister. Crest, a Bengal tiger,
passant, gardant, ppr.

Gibbens, or Gibbins, ar. a lion, rampant, gu.
surmounted by a bend or, charged with three
crosses pattee fitchee .... Crest, a cubit
arm, holding a fish, ppr.

(jJibbks, [Fackley, Oxfordshire, Bart.] per fesse
ar. and erm. three battle-axes sa. Crest, an
arm, in armour, embowed, holding a battle-axe,
all ppr.

Gibbes, [Springhead, Barbadoes.] The same.

Gibbes, or, on a chev. sa. two cats respecting each



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other ar.; on chief az. guttee d'or, a cross pattee
of the same ; in base a holly-branch, fructed
vert, leaved gu.

Gibbes, az. three battle-axes or. Crest, an arm,
in armour, or, holding one of the same ar.

Gibbes, az. three battle-axes, in fesse, ar. Crest,
an arm, fesseways, ar. cuff and purfled at the
shoulder sa. from the elbow, in pale, holding a
palm-branch of the first."

Gibbes, [Northamptonshire,] lozengy ar. and gu.
on a bend az. three fleurs-de-lis of the first.

Gibbines, Gibbings, or Gibbins. The same
Arms as Gibbins. Crest, on a ducal coronet or,
the attires of a stag ppr.

Gibbins, ar. a lion, rampant, gu. depressed by
a bend or, charged with three crosses pattee
fitchee sa.

Gibbon, az. a lion, rampant, gardant, betw.
three escallops ar. [Borne by Philip Gibbon,
M.P.forRye, 1733.]

Gibbons, [Ireland,] sa. a fesse, betw. three
leopards' faces ar. Crest, a dexter hand and
sinister arm, in armour, embowed, holding a
heart, enflamed, ppr.

Gibbons, [Cambridgeshire, 1625,] ...., a lion,
rampant, over all on a bend ..... three cres-
cents ....

Gibbs, or, on a chev. sa. betw. three holly-
branches vert, fructed gu. two cats respecting
each other ar. ; on a chief az. gnttee d'or, across
pattee of the last.

Gibeon, [Essex,] paly of six ar. and gu. on a
bend sa. three escallops of the first.

Giberne. Crest, a stag's head betw. the

horns a cross pattee ....

Gibion, barry of eight (another paly) ar. and gu.
on a bend sa. three escallops or.

Gibley, [West Randall, Lincolnshire,] az. a
fesse, wavy, ar. betw. three estoiles or.

Giblett. Crest, a demi stag, in the mouth a
cinquefoil, stalked and leaved, ....

Gibon, ar. a chev. sa. betw. three lions' heads,
erased, gu. crowned or. Crest, in a ducal coro-
net a lion's head, couped, gu. bezantee.

Gibon, ar. a fesse betw. three eagles' legs, erased,
sa.

Gibon, ar. two spears, in saltier, staves gu. head-
ed or, over all a lion, rampant, gu.

Gibs, [Sainthurst, Co. Gloucester,] ar. three
battle-axes, in pale, sa.

GlBSES, az a fesse betw. six estoiles or.

Gibson, [Scotland.] The same Arms as Gibson,
of Durie, in the first Dictionary, within a bor-
dure, engr. ar. charged with four crescents and
as many annulets, alternately, or. Crest, a
pelican, in her nest, ppr.



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Gibson, [Paisley,] gu. three keys, lying fesseways,

in pale, ar. ; on a cantou of the last a hunting-
horn, stringed, of the first. Crest, a pelican,

in her nest, vulning herself ppr.

Gibson, [Pentium!, Scotland,] gu. three keys,

fesseways, in pale, or, within a bordure vair.

Crest, as the last.
Gibson, [Scotland,] gu. three keys, fesseways, in

pale, wards downwards, or.
Gibson, [London,] per pale gu. and az. a tent or ;

on a chief of the last a fret betw. two crescents

sa.
Gibson, az. three storks ar. [Borne by Edmund

Gibson, Archdeacon of Surrey, nominated

Bishop of Lincoln, 1716, translated to London,

172:3, ob. 1748.]
Gibson, sa. on a fesse ar. betw. three Cornish

coughs ppr. as many fleurs-de-lis of the first.

[Borne by Samuel Gibson, Vicar of Frinds-

bury, Kent, ob. 1724 ]
Gibthorpe. To the fifth of the name in the first

Dictionary, add Crest, a naked arm, embow-

ed, holding a dagger, ppr.
Gibus, ar. a chev. betw. three leopards' heads az.
Gidney, [London,] ar. on a fesse az. betw. three

leopards' faces gu. as many eagles, displayed, or.
Gidrich, sa. a chev. betw. three martlets ar.
GlDSHAM, barry of six gu. and vair.
GlE, az. on a chev. ar. betw. three leopards' faces

or, as many fleurs-de-lis gu.
GlEB, [Dundee,] quarterly, first and fourth.. .. ;

second and third ..... a key, ward in base, to

the sinister.
Giffard, [Brimpsfield, Co. Gloucester,] ar. nine

torteauxes, three, three, two, and one.
Giffard, [Hants.] Arms, see first Dictionary.

Crest, a cubit arm, erect, vested gu. slashed

and cuffed ar. holding in the hand, ppr. five

roses gu.
Giffard, gu. three bars, engr. ar. Crest, a deer's

head, couped, ppr.
Gifford, [Hampshire, and Sir Richard, of Cas-

tle-Sordan, Co. Meath, Bart.] The same as

Gifford, of Wotton-Underedge, in the first

Dictionary.
Gifford, [Eynsford, Kent, 1704,] .... , a lion,

passant, gardant, .. .. ; on a chief.. .. , three

stirrups ....
Gifford, [Atherne, Ireland,] gu. three lions,

passant, gardant, ar. Crest, a swan ar. ducal-

ly gorged and lined or, naiaut in water ppr.
Gifford, [Irish, Bart.] ar. ten torteauxes, four,

three, two, and one.
Gifford, sa. three lozenges, in fesse, era.
Gifford, [Pond-Hall, Suffolk, temp. Edw. III.]

chequy or and gu. ; a chief, quarterly, ar. and sa.



Gifford, [Haverill, Suffolk, temp. Henry VI.]
chequy or and gu. ; a chief per pale sa. and

ar.
Gifford, [Middlesex,] ar. ten torteauxes, four,
three, two, and one. Crest, a hand, holding

three gillyflowers, all ppr.
Gifford, [Gifford-Hall, Scotland,] gu. three bars

erm.
Gifford, [Sheriff-Hall, Scotland.] The same,

within a bordure ar.
Gifford, [Chillington, Staffordshire.] az. three

stirrups and leathers or. Crest, a leopard's

head, erased, or, with fire in the mouth gu. on

the neck four hurts.
Gifford, gu. three lions, passant, ar. [Borne by

Walter Gifford, or Giffard, Canon of Wells,

Lord Chancellor, elected Bishop of Bath and

Wells, 1264, Archbishop of York, 1266, ob.

1279.]
Gifford, [Bishop of Madaura, 1719,] az. three

stirrups, with leathers, or.
Gifford, [Heland, Cornwall,] az. three fleurs-de-
lis or, pellettee sa.
Giffourd, ar. six annulets gu. three, two, and

one.
Gigon, or, two chev. gu. ; a canton az. Crest, a

dexter arm, holding a swan's head, erased, ppr.
Gilbard. The same Arms as the first of the

name in the first Dictionary. Crest, a squirrel,

cracking a nut, ppr.
Gilbert, [Finborough, Suffolk,] az. a chev.

engr. betw. three eagles, displayed, or.
Gilbert, az. a fesse ermine betw. three eagles,

displayed, or. [Borne by Sir John Gilbert, of

Finsborouyh, Knt.\
Gilbert, [Scotland,] or, on a chev. az. betw. three

trefoils, slipped, vert, as many fleurs-de-lis of

the field, (another or.) Crest, a hand, holding

a fleur-de-lis, gu.
Gilbert, or Giles, or, on a cross sa. five plates.
Gilbert, .... , a man's leg, couped at the thigh,

in armour, betw. tyvo broken spears, all in pale,

.... [Borne by John Gilbert, Dean of Exeter,

elected Bishop of Llandaff, 1740, translated to

Salisbury, 1748, Archbishop of York, 1757,

ob. 1761.]
Gilbert, [Alderman of London,] az. a chev. engr.

erm. betw. three eagles, displayed, or.
Gilbertson, gu. an armed leg, couped at the

thigh, in pale, betw. two broken spears, ar.

headed or. Crest, a snail, in its shell, ppr.
GiLBY,ar. a fesse sa.; in the dexter chief a square

buckle gu.
Gilby, ar. a fesse, wavy, betw. three estoiles az.
Gilchrist, [Earl of" Gallaway,] gu. a lion,

rampant, ar.



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Gilchrist, [Auusfield, Scotland.] The same Arms
as Gilchryst, in the first Dictionary. Crest, a
crescent, ....

Gilchrist. The same Anns, with a dagger, in
chief, ar. point downwards.

Gilchrist, [Ospisdall, Scotland.] Crest, a lion,
rampant, wielding a cimeter.

GlLDBERGE, .... a saltier, engr

Gilder, quarterly, sa. and or. Crest, an arrow,
entiled with a ducal coronet.

Gilderche, sa. a chev. ar. between three
martlets or.

Gildesbrough, or Gildesburgh. Arms,
see first Dictionary. Crest, a chevalier on
horseback at lull speed, holding a sword, all
ppr.

Giles, per fesse, gu. and az. on a bend ar. betw.
two lions' heads, erased, and three cross cross-
lets fitchee or, as many cross crosslets of the
first. Crest, a squirrel, sejant, gu. bezantee,
holding betw. the feet an acorn-branch, leaved
ppr.

Giles, or Gyles, [Cambridgeshire,] az. a cross,
betw. four cups uncovered, or ; on a chief ar.
three pelicans, vulning themselves, ppr.

Gilesburgh, ar. three piles gu. over all a bend
az.

Gilfillan, [Scotland,] ar. a fesse betw. three
eagles' heads, erased, gu. Crest, an eagle's
head, erased, sa. langued gu.

Gilford. The same Arms as Gilford, of Kent,
in the first Dictionary. Crest, an angel, couped
at the breast, ppr.

Gilham, or Gillham, ar. a savage gu. hold-
ing; a club over the shoulder vert. Crest, three
savages' heads conjoined on one neck, one
looking towards the dexter, the other sinister,
and one upwards, ppr.

Gill, or Gyll, [Barton, Yorkshire,] sa. a
pale betw. four fleurs-de-lis or.

Gill, lozengy or and vert, a lion, rampant,
gardant, ar.

GUI, [Philip, of London, 1G34,] ar. on two chev.
gu. six mullets of the field ; on a canton of the
second a lion of England. Crest, ademieagle,
displayed, ar. wings fretty az.

Gillam, az. a fesse betw. three chev. or.
Crest, a demi griffin vert, winged and beaked or.

Gillan. The same as Gilland, in the first Dic-
tionary.

GillAi\d. Arms the same as in the first Dic-
tionary. Crest, a dexter arm, embowed, ppr.
vested and cuffed az. holding up a covered
cup or.

Gillan ders, [Scotland.] Crest, a hand hold-
ing a sword ppr.



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Gillbank, az. five hearts in saltier or; on a
chief of the second, a rose gu. betw. two tre-
foils, slipped, vert. Crest, a stag's head or.

Gilles, per fesse gu. and or; on a bend, engr. ar.
betw. three lions' heads, erased, counterchanged,
two and one, and as many cross crosslets of the
last, one and two, three cinquefoils of the first.

Gilles, or, on a chev. engr. sa. betw. three
crosses, forraee, gu. as many martlets of the
first.

Gilles, ar. on a fesse, engr. sa. three martlets or.
Crest, a hand holding an escallop ppr.

Gillesone, [Scotland,] or, a three-masted
ship, sail furled, sa.

Gillespie, [Newton,] az. a chev. wavy, ar.
betw. three roses gu. slipped or. Crest, an
anchor ppr.

Gillespie, [Scotland,] per chev. gu. and ar. ; in
chief twelve plates, and in base a ship in full
sail on sea ppr. Crest, an unicorn's head ar.
horned or.

Gillespie, [Scotland,] az. a three-masted galley
ar. flags gu. ; in the dexter chief a cross crosslet,
fitchee, and in the sinister a dexter hand, fesse-
ways, couped, holding a dagger of the second.
Crest, a cat, rampant, gardant, ppr.

Gillett, erm. on a bend sa. three fishes' heads,
erased, ar. Crest, a lion, rampant, holding in
the dexter paw a battle-axe ppr.

Gillies, or Gillis, [Scotland,] per fesse engr.
or and az. a galley of the first, betw. a hand
couped fesse ways, holding a dagger in pale,
and in the sinister canton a cross crosslet fitchee,
all within a bordure gu. Crest, a cat, courant,
ppr.

Gillingham, az. a fesse or, betw. three swans
ar. Crest, a dexter arm, couped and embowed
ppr. vested sa. cuff ar. holding up a sword in
pale, entiled with a leopard's head, cabossed,
ppr.

Gillingham, [Little Shelford, Cambridgeshire,
1744.] The same Arms.

Gillingham, [Gillingham, Kent,] quarterly, erm.
and gu.

Gillioti, [Broughton, Co. York,] per bend,
indented, ar. and sa.

Gillot. The same Arms as Gilliot, in the first
Dictionary. Crest, a garb or.

Gil lock, sa. a lion, rampant, ar. ; on a chief of
the second three roses of the first.

Gillon, [Wallhouse, Linlithgowshire,] gu. on
a saltier ar. five martlets, volant, of the first.
Supporters, two ravens ppr. [Granted 1676,
and the Supporters 1824.]

Gillon, or, three fleurs-de-lis gu. Crest, a dexter
hand, holding up a bomb fired ppr.



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Gillow, az. a lion, rampant, ar. ; on a chief of
the last, three roses of the field. Crest, a
horse, passant, sa. saddled and bridled gu.
Gillson, vert, on a pale ar betw. two annulets

or, a pile gu. Crest, a leopard's head, erased,

erin. ducally gorged az.

Gilly, [Waltham Abbey, 1650,] a pale

betw. four fleurs-de-lis ....
Gilman, [Ireland,] ar. three legs sa. spurred

or. Crest, a Bengal tiger, sejant, ppr.
Gilmor, or Gilmotjr, [Scotland,] ar. on a

chev. az. betw. three trefoils vert, as many

fleurs-de-lis or. Crest, a dexter arm from the

shoulder, in pale, brandishing a sword ppr. the

arm vested gu.
Gilmour Little, [Craigmillar, Scotland,]

quarterly ; first and fourth, az. a chev. betw.

three fleurs-de-lis, in chief, or, and a pen, in

base, ar. ; second, sa. on a saltier ar. a crescent

of the first; third, gu. three boars' heads,

erased, ar. in each flank a Lochaber axe of the

last. Crest, a hand holding a garland of laurel

ppr. Supporters, two hawks, rising, ppr.
Gilroy, [Scotland,] ar. three dolphins, haurient,

az. finned or. Crest, a heart flaming ppr.

winged or.
Gilsland. To the first of the name in the first

Dictionary add Crest, a dexter arm ppr. vested

ar. cuff az. holding up a caltrap of the first.
Gilstand. The same Arms.
Gimber. Crest, a bear's head and neck, erased,

muzzled. . . .
Ginger, gu. on a pale ar. three pheons az.

Crest, a savage's head, affroutue, betw. two

branches of laurel vert.
Ginkle, [Holland, Earl of Athlone in Ireland,]

ar. two bars, dancettee, sa.
Ginldman, .... a cross patonce or, a label of

three points sa.
Ginsall, vaire or and az.
Gipps, [Howlets, Kent.] The same Arms and

Crest as Gipps in the first Dictionary.
Gipps. The same Arms. Crest, out of a cloud

a dexter arm holding up a wheat sheaf, all ppr.
Gipthorpe, quarterly, erm. and chequy or and

gu
Girdi.er. To the second of the name in the

first Dictionary add Crest, a hand issuing,

pulling a rose from a bush, all ppr.
Girdle r, [London,] az. a fesse erm. cottised or,

betw. three goats' heads, erased, ar. attired

gold.
Girdwood, [Scotland.] Crest, a cock's head

betw. two wings.
Girflkt, or, a crequer plant of seven branches,

eradicated, sa. Crest, an arm, in armour, em-



bowed ppr. tied at the shoulder with a sash gu.
and holding a club sa. spiked or.
Girlington, [per William Flower, Norroy,]
gu. three butterflies or.

Gisborne, [Ireland,] or, on a fesse sa. betw.
three hunting horns, stringed, gu. a greyhound,
courant, ar. Crest, a horse's head az. bridled
or.

Gise, lozengy gu. and vair ; on a canton or, a
mullet, pierced, sa. Crest, a dexter hand,
couped fesseways, holding a rose-branch with
one rose, all ppr.

Gise, [Gloucestershire,] gu. masculy vair ; on a
canton ar. a mullet, pierced, sa.

Gise, masculy vert and or ; on a canton of the
last a fleur-de-lis az.

Gise, lozengy ar. and sa.

Gisland, vert, a stag, springing, or. Crest, a
lion's head, issuing, ppr.

Gissard, gu. two bars erm.; in chief a lion,
passant or.

Gisors, [London,] az. billettee, a lion, ram-
pant, or.

Gissing, orGiSSiNGE, ar. on a bend az. three
eagles, displayed, or, the heads to the sinister.
-Crest, an arm, in armour, brandishing a sword,
ppr.

Gittings, gu. on a bend ar. a leopard's head,
erased, of the field, betw. six martlets of the
second.

Gives, vaire or and az. ; a canton erm.

Gives, sa. ; a chief vair.

Gladhill, or Gladill, ar. a saltier betw.
four crescents sa. Crest, a demi lion sa. hold-
ing a mullet or.

Gladstanes, [Edinborough.] The same Arms
as Gladstanes, of Gladstanes, in the first Dic-
tionary, within a bordure, indented, gu.

Glagg, gu. on a bend or, three roses of the
field.

Glais, [Perth, Scotland,] ....a chev in

base three roundles ....

Glanfield, az. a lion, rampant, ar. ; a label of
three points gu.

Glanton, az. on a chev. ar. betw. three crosses,
patonce, of the last, an annulet sa.

Glasbrook, or, a lion, passant, sa. on a chief
gu. three fleurs-de-lis ar. Crest, a demi lion
gu. ducally crowned or.

Glasco, [Ireland,] gu. on a chief ar. three es-
callops vert. Crest, a demi lion, guardant, or,
holding a battle-axe gu.

Glascock, [Essex,] erm. a chev. sa. betw.
three cocks az. membered or.

Glasear, [Leay, Cheshire,] az. three arrows'
heads ar. ; a chief of the last.

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Glasford, [Douglastoun, Scotland,] ar. a bend,
engr. betw. two spur-rowels gu. Crest, two
hauds, conjoined, issuing out of clouds, grasp-
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