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ed. T. D. Hardy, p. 339, a.d. 1206.



Broclosbi (Eudo, son of Henry de). v. Aufort (Ido de).



Henricus Clericus [fil. Nigelli] de Brocelausbi, \of

Brocklesby, co. Lific^

5763. [a.d. 1 1 53-1 168.] Light reddish-brown : fine, with
mark of the handle, edge chipped. 2 in. [Harl. ch. 47 C. 21.]

To the r. In armour : hauberk, surcoat with long maunch
on the r. wrist, conical helmet with nasal, long convex shield
with central spike, lance with flag and split streamers (the
flag bears a saltire).

©SIGILLVM HENRIGI GLERICI DE BROGELAVSBI

5764. Sulph. cast. [D.C., D. 82.]

VOL. IL S



258 CATALOGUE OF SEALS.

Radulffus de Buctun, [or BUCHETUN, of Ancaster,co. Linc^
5765. [13th cent.] Dark-green: fine, with mark of the

handle. i| in. [Eg. ch. 509.]

To the r. In armour : hauberk of mail, conical helmet

with nasal, sword, long convex shield. Horse springing.
SfSIGILLVM RADVLFFI ■ DE • BVCTVN.



Johannes Bucuinte, [so7i of Geoffrey Bucointe,
of Lou don. "[
5766. [Late 12th cent] Dark-green, mottled: fine, but
imperfect ; app. by a finely woven hollow bobbin of green
taffeta. 2 in. [Add. ch. 1046.]

To the r. In armour : hauberk, surcoat, helmet with nasal,
sword, shield with bordure. Horse galloping. In base a
wyvern, tail flory and nowed, wings expanded.

.... ILL' ■ lOHANNIS F BVCVINTE-

The letters NN in Johannis, and TE in Bucuinte, respec-
tively conjoined.

Geof. Bokointe occurs te7np. Jolt.



Johannes Bucuinte.

5767. [Late 12th cent.] Plaster cast from fine impression.
2-i- in. [Ixxviii. 53.]

To the r. In armour : hauberk of mail, surcoat, conical
helmet, sword, convex shield with central spike.

©SIGILLVM lOHANNIS BVCVINTe.



Godardus de Buiun . . .
5768. [Late 12th cent] Plaster cast from a chipped im-
pression. \\ in. [Ixxviii. 42.]

To the r. In armour : hauberk of mail, surcoat, conical
helmet, sword, convex shield. Horse galloping.
SIGILLVM ■ GODARDI ■ DG ■ BVIVN . . .



Hubertus de Burgo, \Earl of Kent, JiLstice of Engla7id.]

5769. [A.D. 1227-1233.] Pale-green: fine, very imperfect ;
app. by a finely woven hollow bobbin of green taffeta. About
2i in. when perfect. [Add. ch. 20,407.]

0. To the r. In armour : hauberk of mail, surcoat, sword,
shield of arms. Horse caparisoned. Arms : seven lozenges'
three, three, and one vaire (or lozengy of fifteen pieces)'
Burgh.

Legend destroyed.

li. A shield of arms as described in the obv.

Legend destroyed.

5770. [A.D. 1227-1229.]^ Dark-green: fine, very imper-



EQUESTRIAN. 259



feet ; app. by a finely woven cord of faded purple taffeta.
[L. F. C, ii. 12.]

Legend destroyed.

Cf. Journ. Brit. Arch. Assoc, vols, ix., p. 371, xiv. pi. xvi.

Aftot/ier Seal.

5771. Plaster casts from fine but imperfect impression, the
edge entirely gone. [Ixxviii. 55.]

0. To the r. In armour : hauberk of mail, surcoat of arms :
round cap, sword, shield of arms. Horse caparisoned. Arms
as in the rev.

Legend wanting.

Bi. A kite-shaped shield of arms : masculy or lozengy of
nineteen pieces, five, three, and one, vaire, BuRGH. This is
a variant of the arms on the preceding i^ev., where the mascles
or lozenges are only three in number in the row in chief

Legend wanting.

Johannes de Burgo, [son and lieir of Hubert de
BURGO, of Banstead, co. Siirr?\

5772. [a.D. 1269.] Bronze-green : fine, but imperfect.
24- in. [Harl. ch. 47 E. 35.]

0. To the r. In armour : hauberk of mail, surcoat, flat-
topped helmet, sword, shield of arms slung by a band over
the r. shoulder. Horse caparisoned. Arms : lozengy, [gu.]
and vaire, BURGH.

[•t- SIGJILLUVM [* nOHANNIS -i- D6 •*• BVRGO *

R. Small round counterseal. i-J^- in. A shield of arms, as

described in the obv.

+ S1GILLVM seoReri.
Carved borders.

5773. Sulph. cast of the obv. only. [D.C., E. 264.]

5774. Sulph. cast of the rev. only. [D.C., E. 387.]

5775. [Late Hen. III.] Mottled green : fine, edge injured ;
app. by a woven bobbin of green stuff. [Harl. ch. 47 E. 36.]

0. This shows a plume of flowers on the helmet, and some
parts of the legend wanting in the previous seal, No. 5772.
•J-SIGILLVM * lOHANNIS ■*• D6 -S- BVRGO *
B. As before.

Robertus de Burun, \of Ossington, co. Nott.'\

5776. \Temp. Hen. III.] Pale-yellow, uncoloured, opaque :
fine, imperfect on the 1. h. side. i|- in. [Toph. ch. 14.]

To the r. In armour : hauberk of mail, surcoat, [sword],
shield. Horse galloping. In base a wyvern, to the 1., with
expanded wings.

© SIGILLVM • ROB6RTI -De

5777. Sulph. ca.st. [D.C., E. 233.]

S 2



26o CATALOGUE OF SEALS.

Rogerus de Buterleye, [//. Stephani de Buterleye, Mil?[
5778. [13th cent.] Dark-green: imperfect and indistinct.

i| in. [Add. ch. 27,186.]
0. To the 1. In armour : surcoat, sword, shield of arms.

Horse caparisoned. Arms : a fesse between three roses.

sie s

R. Small round counterseal, of which nothing remains but

the legend : —



. [SieCRGT



Butiler (William le). v. (Pincerna) Willelmus.



Ricardus fil. Johannis de Birun, Mil. {Lord of Cadney,
CO. Lmc]

5779. [a.d. 1342.] Cast in pale red composition, i in.
[Ixxviii. 7.]

To the r. In armour : hauberk, surcoat, crested helmet,
sword, shield of arms. Horse crested and caparisoned, gal-
loping. Arms : three bendlets, Byron. Crest, a mermaid
with comb and mirror, Byron.

S' RICARDI ■ DE ■ BIRVN ■

5780. [a.d. 1340.] Red : fine, but very fragmentary.
Aboul I in. [Add. ch. 21,449.]

RDI • DE • BIRVN.



Doubtful, perhaps one of the Byron Family.

5781. [Late 13th cent.] Sulph. cast from fine impression.
I in. [D.C., F. 154.]

To the 1. In armour : hauberk of mail, flat-topped helmet,
sword, shield of arms. Horse caparisoned. Arms : bendy
of six, Byron ?

The legend consists of a cross, the letter P reversed, fol-
lowed by seven roses of fine points pierced, and as many
fleurs-de-lis, arranged alternately.



Walterus de Cadomo, or Caen.

5782. [Late 12th or 13th cent.] Plaster cast from fine
impression, if in. [Ixxvii. 58.]

To the r. In armour : hauberk, surcoat, cap-shaped helmet,
sword, convex shield. Horse galloping.

©SIGILLV WALTERI D6 CADOMO.
Walter de Cadomo occurs under Yorkshire, in the Rotitli de Obtatis,
temp. Joh., ed. T. D. Hardy, p. 52, A.D. 1200.



Morganus Cam, \of co. Glamor gani\
5783. [a.d. 1234,] Dark-green: fragmentary. About
i-rr X I in. when perfect. [Harl. rh. 75 A. 25.]



EQUESTRIAN. 261



Pointed oval. To the 1. In armour : tunic, helmet, sword.
ANl ■ C

5784. [a.D. 1234.] Dark-green : very imperfect [Harl.
ch. 75 B. 40.]

. . SIGILLV .... GANI CA . . .

5785. Sulph. cast. [D.C., E. 214.]



Cam (Morganus.) v. Gam (Morganus).



Thomas, [fil. Hamonis] de Camera, [of Gt. Tothain, co. Ess?[

5786. [Early 13th cent.] Pale-red: fine, but imperfect.
-2\ in. [Harl. ch. 83 E. i.]

To the r. In armour : hauberk of mail, surcoat, round-
topped helmet with nasal, sword, long convex shield. Horse
springing.

©SIG TH M.

5787. Sulph. cast. [D.C., D. 174.]



Stephanus Camerarius, \of Wikingesbi, Wickenby, co. Litic.l
5788. [a.D. 1 187.] Dark-green: imperfect and indistinct.

About 2 in. when perfect. [Harl. ch. 47 I. 9.]

To the r. In armour : surcoat. Horse galloping.
ANl CA



Henricus Camberli . . . ., [or Camerarius, of

Wykingby, Wickenby. co. Lmc]

5789. [Temp. Hen. III.] Dark-green : fine edge chipped.
If in. [Harl. ch. 47 I. 21.]

To the r. In armour : hauberk of mail, surcoat, flat-
topped helmet, sword, shield of arms. Horse caparisoned.
Arms : a roundle (?).

S' H6R1GI CAMBGRLI ....
B. Small oval counterseal, from a ring, with mark of the
handle, f X ^r in. Impression of an antique oval intaglio
gem. Victory to the L, with trophies, sacrificing (?)
SIGILLVM SeGRGTI.

5790. Sulph. cast of obv. only. [D.C., E. 228.]

Warnerius de la Campani[a, of Barrow, co. Line]

5791. [a.D. 1152-1175.] Greenish-brown : fine, with mark
of the handle. li in. [Harl. ch. 47 I. 33.]

To the r. In armour : hauberk, conical helmet with nasal,
sword, long convex shield with central spike. Horse

galloping.

©SIGILLVM WARNGRII 06 LA CAMPANI.

5792. Sulph. cast. [D.C., D. 125.]



262 CATALOGUE OF SEALS.

Petrus de Campania, [son ^/ Peter de Campania, of
Killingholm, co. Linc?[

5793. [Early 14th cent.] Light-brown : fine, with marks
of the setting as a ring. -,%- in. [Harl. ch. 47 I. 37.]

To the r. In armour : hauberk of mail, surcoat, helmet,
sword, shield. Horse caparisoned. The seal is remarkable
for the smallness of its size in comparison with other seals of
this class.

The legend is complete, but very small and faintly
impressed.

©S' BON SLI



Gerardus de Campo (P).

5794. [13th cent.] Sulph. cast from imperfect impres-
sion. About 2i in. when perfect. [D.C., D. 179.]

To the r. In armour : hauberk, conical helmet and nasal,
sword, long convex shield. Legend wanting.

(Attributed by Doubleday to Gerard, son of Wlrir de Campo, whose
seal, an ornamental design, is attached to Harl. ch. 47 G. 10.)



Martinus de la Chapele, {or de Capella, of Denham, co.

Biick.]

5795. [circ. A.D. I176-1191.] Light-brown: fine, edge
chipped. If in. [Harl. ch. in C. 38.]

To the r. In armour : hauberk of mail, furnished with a
long loose tail or flap, conical helmet, with nasal, sword, con-
vex shield with strengthening bands and central spike. Horse
springing, elegantly designed, somewhat resembling the
Greek style.

© SIGILLV TINI : DG : LA : CHAPGLe.

5796k Sulph. cast. [D.C., D. 151.]



Ernolphus de Certrifelt {? Cestrefelde.)

{A doubtful seal.)
blQl. [A.D. 1 143.] Plaster cast from fine impression, the
edge chipped. 2 in. [Ixxviii. yy."[

To the r. In armour : hauberk, continuous coif, conical
helmet, sword, kite-shaped shield showing interior side
bordered, and held by a short strap.

S»SIGILLVM eRNOLPHI • D6 ■ CERTRIFGLT.



Robertus Chambort, oj' Chamtaord [of Cowton, co. York.]
5798. [Early Hen. II.] Red : with mark of the handle.
If in. [Add. ch. 20,564.]

To the r. In armour : hauberk of mail, surcoat, conical
helmet and nasal, sword, long convex shield.

eiSIGILLVM ROBe .... CHA . . . ORT.



EQUESTRIAN. 263



Walterus de Chanci, \of Skirpenbeck, co. Yor/e.]
5799. [a.D. 1207.] Green: large and thick mass, as is
usually found with the charters of Byland Abbey, of which
this is one. i| in. [Add. ch. 20,589.]

To the r. In armour : hauberk of mail, conical helmet with
nasal, sword, shield with bordure, central spike, and orna-
mental bands of strengthening. Horse galloping.
©SIGILU WALT6RI DG CHANCI.
The letter N is reversed.



Ricardus de Chandos, [of Wilmarston, co. Heref^
5800. [Early 13th cent.] Pale-green : originally fine, now

very imperfect on the 1. h. side. About i^ in. [Add. ch.

20,416.]

To the r. In armour : hauberk of mail, surcoat, helmet

with nasal, sword, shield with ornamental strengthening like a

star or escarbuncle. Horse galloping.

©SIGILL' : RICARDI : 06 A.



Robertus de Chaucumba.
5801. [Late 12th cent.] Plaster cast from fine but chipped
impression, i^ in. [Ixxviii. 62.]

To the r. In flowing surcoat, and with round cap, a falcon
by the jesses on the r. wrist.

©SIGILL' ROBGRTI De GHAVCVMBA.



Paganus de Chaorciis, \_or Chaurciis, of Kempsford, co.

Glouc?[

5802. [Early 13th cent] Dark mottled green : fine, the
edge chipped. 2f in. [L. F. C, vii. 2.]

0. To the r. In armour : hauberk of mail, surcoat, flat

helmet, sword, shield of arms. Arms appear to be : barry of

eight. The arms of ChawoRTH are : barry an orle of

martlets.

©SIGILL' PACGJAHI D6 CHAORCIIS.

The letter N is reversed.

R. A smaller counterseal. i-S- in. A shield of arms much
defaced, but apparently : barry unnumbered.

©SeCRGTVM PAGANI DG CHAORCIIS.

Paganus de Chaurciis \or Paen de Chaworth, Cliev\

5803. [a.D. 1270.] Green : fine, very imperfect. About
\\ in. when perfect. [Add. ch. 19,829.]

To the r. In armour : hauberk of mail, surcoat, sword,
[shield of arms]. Horse caparisoned. Arms : barry, an orle
of martlets, Chaworth.

[CH]AVRC[IIS].



264 CATALOGUE OF SEALS.

CHESTER.

Rannulphus [de Meschines, ^^rd] Earl of Chester.
[a.d. 1119-1128.]

5804. Plaster cast from imperfect impression. 3 in.
[Ixxx. 7.]

To the r. With sword.

VM RANNVL Re ... .

Journ. Brit. Arch. Assoc, vol. v., p. 241, obv. only. The seal is here
wrongly attributed to Ranulf II., or de Gernons.

Ranulfus, \or Randle de Gernons, 4th] Earl of Chester.
[a.d. 1128-1153.]

5805. Sulph. cast from fine impression. 3 in. [D.C., D.

73-]

To the r. full-face. In a surcoat, with sword. Horse with
plain saddle and breast-band.

©SIGILLVM RANVLFI COMITIS CeSTRIGNSIS.

5806. Cast in white plaster, [xxxiv. 29.]

Archaolog., vol. iv., p. 120 ; Journ. Brit. Arch. Assoc, vol. v., p. 241.



Hugo [Cyvelioc, 5//^] Earl of Chester. [a.D. ii 53-1 180.]
FIRST SEAL.

5807. ("a.d. 1 1 55-1 168.] Light-brown, with dark-brown
varnish : fine, very imperfect, only centre remaining. [Harl.
ch. 52 A. 13.]

0. For description see No. 5809.

R. Two impressions of an oval counterseal, very imperfect.
About i-i- X i-^ in. when perfect. Impression of an antique
oval intaglio gem : two nude athletes in combat, one kneeling
on the other, who is falling backward.

rai CONTRA SUGILLVM D03MINI CGSTRie.

Beaded borders.

The gem in this counterseal was used (according to Randle Holme)
by Ranulph or Randle 11., de Gernons, 4th Earl of Chester, father of
this Hugh, see woodcuts of his seal and counterseal in Journ. Brit.
Arch. Assoc, vol. v., p. 241 (J. R. Plancht?, On the seals of the Earls
of Chester), but with a different legend. Holme, however, is mistaken in
attributing the seal to R. de Gernons.

5808. [a.d. 1163-1185.] Light-brown, with a dark-brown
varnish : fine, very fragmentary, only centre remaining.
[Stowe Collection, Repyngdon charters. No. 3.]

0. For description see next seal.

R. A small oval counterseal. About i-^ x i in. Impres-
sion of an antique oval intaglio gem : uncertain subject, per-
haps a gnostic gryllus or nondescript emblematical figure.
s . e . . . . Tve

5809. Light-brown, with a dark-brown varnish : imperfect.
3^ in. [Stowe Collection, Burton Charters, No. 3.]



EQUESTRIAN. 265



0. To the r. In armour : hauberk and coif of mail, em-
broidered surcoal: with long skirt, and full maunch on r. wrist,
conical helmet with nasal, in the r. h. a lance with square flag
and long streamers : the flag chequy of nine pieces with a
roundle in each square, in the 1. h. a long convex shield
strengthened with an ornamental escarbuncle, and slung round
the neck. Horse with ornamental saddle.

[SiSlG]lL[LV]M • H[VG]0N13 C0MITI3 CGSTRIG.

The letter S reversed.

R. Two impressions of a small oval counterseal as described
in the next or second seal.



SECOND SEAL.
With counterseal of Willielmus Barbeaverill.*

5810. [a.D. 1153-1181.] Bright-red: fine, only the centre
remaining. About 3 in. when perfect. App. by a diapered
bobbin of finely woven threads. [Harl. ch. 83 F. 32.]

0. To the r. In armour : hauberk of mail, long pleated
surcoat, [helmet, sword,] shield ornamented with a boB. © SIGILLVM :• RIGARDI I DG I OLA IS ; GLO ...... e.



A member of tlie Clare Family*

5845. Plaster casts from fine impression, edge entirely
wanting. About 3^ in. when perfect. [Ixxviii. 66, 6y.]

0. To the r. In armour : hauberk of mail, surcoat, sword,
shield of arms. Horse caparisoned. Arms : three chevrons,
Clare.

Legend wanting.

B. A shield of arms, CLARE : the chevrons diapre, with
wavy scrolls of foliage. Background hatched. Within a broad
circle of elegantly designed wavy scrolls of foliage.

Legend wanting.



Clericus de Brocelausbi (Henricus). v. Brocelausbi
(Henricus Clericus de).

* Called by Doubleday, Gilbert de Clare, E. of Gloucester and
Hertford.



270 CATALOGUE OF SEALS.



Ricardus Clericus, \of Branteston, co. Norf.,
son c/Baldewine Clericus, of the same]
5846. [:3th cent.] Pale-green, discoloured : very imperfect.
About If in. when perfect. [Harl. ch. 48 C. 6.]
To the 1. In armour.
Legend wanting.



Radulfus de Climtun.

5847. [Late I2th cent.] Plaster cast from chipped im-
pression. I^ in. [Ixxviii. 6g.~\

To the r. In armour : hauberk, surcoat, conical helmet and
nasal, sword, shield. Horse galloping.

gi SIGILU RADVLFI [D]6 CLIMTVU.



Radulfus de Clintunia ?.

5848. [Late 12th cent.] Plaster cast from indistinct im-
pression, i^ in. [Ixxviii. 68.]

To the r. In armour : conical helmet, sword, shield.
Horse galloping.

ei SIGILU RADVLFI De CL . . . , VNIA (?)■



Petrus de Codingtun.

5849. [i2th cent] Plaster cast from imperfect impression.
2i in. [Ixxviii. 70.]

To the 1. In armour : hauberk of mail, surcoat, long spear
held horizontally, long convex triangular shield.

SIGILLVM PCTRI D6 GODIl/I



Roaldus, {son of Alan, ConstabulariiLs'\ Richevmndie,
CO. York.
5850. [Early 13th cent.] Recent cast in green composition,
from original seal bel. to Hon. E. Stanhope ; very imperfect,
1. h. side wanting. About li in. when perfect, [lii. 22, 23.]
0. To the r. In armour : kite-shaped shield.

SIGILL' ROALD

D^. A smaller counterseal. i in. A shield of arms of an
early character : two bars and a chief

|& S' RO RICHeMVUDie.

Also called Reulend, or Ruold fil. Alani, Constabularius Richemund",
in Rot2tli de Oblatis, temp. Jolt., pp. 569, 603 .^



Radulfus de C[ornhill ?~\.
5851. [Early 13th cent] Plaster cast from imperfect im-
pression. 2i in. [Ixxix. 94.]

To the r. In armour : convex shield slung by a strap
round the shoulders. Horse galloping. In the field, below
the horse, an elegantly designed flower.

-^ SIGILLVM RADVLFI D6 C



EQUESTRIAN. 2/1



Robertas de Curtenai, [Covrten ay, of co. Cnmd.?].
5852. [Early 13th cent.] Plaster cast from fine but
chipped impression. 2 in. [Ixxviii. j6.]

To the r. In armour : hauberk, surcoat, flat helmet, sword,
shield. Horse galloping.

© SIGILLVM . . BGR ...6 CVRTGNAl.



Rogerus de Creft, [or Crefth, 0/ Helmedon, co. Nortkt.']

5853. {circ. A.D. 1225.] Dark-green: fine, with mark of
the handle. 2\ in. [Harl. ch. 85 B. 51.]

To the 1. In armour : hauberk, surcoat, conical helmet
with nasal, long lance or spear in the r. h., long kite-shaped
shield in the 1. h.

SSIGILLVM ROGERI DE CREFT.

5854. [circ. A.D. 1225-1230.] Dark-green : fine, with mark
of the handle. [Harl. ch. 85 B. 52.]

5855. [circ. A.D. 1225-1230.] Dark-green : very fine and
sharp. [Harl. ch. 85 B. 53.]

5856. Sulph. cast of the previous seal, No. 5855. [D.C.,
D. 164.]

Hamo, [fil. ECARDi] de Crevequer, [of B lean, co. Kent.']

5857. [Early Hen. III.] Green, mottled: fine, edge
chipped. If in. [Add. ch. 919.]

To the right. In armour : hauberk, surcoat, round-topped
helmet, sword, convex shield. Horse galloping.

©SIGILL' HAMONIS DE GREVEPVER :

5858. Plaster cast from very fine impression, which appears
to be from a very close copy of the seal, rather than from the
same matrix. [Ixxviii. 81.]



Mauricius de Creun, [of Butterwick, co. Lincoln?[

5859. [a.d. 1158.] Red: fine, edge chipped; app. by
cords of closely plaited or woven threads. 2^ x if in. [Harl.
ch. 49 A. I.]

Pointed oval. To the r. In armour : hauberk and con-
tinuous coif of mail, conical helmet with nasal, sword, kite-
shaped shield very indistinctly cut. Horse galloping, with
ornamental breast-band.

. . . IGILL' MAVRICI DE . . . . REV

For another pointed oval seal of this class, cf. Harl. ch. 45 B. 27.

5860. Sulph. cast. [D.C., D. 78.]

Another Seal.

5861. [Early Hen. II.] Creamy-white, varnished brown.
If in. [Add. ch. 20,591.]



272 CATALOGUE OF SEALS.

To the r. In armour : hauberk, conical helmet and nasal,
sword, long convex shield with central spike. Horse
galloping.

MA e



Johannes de Criail.

5862. [Late 12th cent.] Plaster cast from fine impression.
1 1 in. [Ixxviii. 79.]

To the r. In armour : hauberk of mail, cap-like helmet,
sword, convex kite-shaped shield. Horse galloping.

^ SIGILL' ■ lOH'IS • D" CRIAIL.



Johannes de Criol.

5863. [ 1 2th cent.] Plaster cast from indistinct impression.
2i in. [Ixxviii. y8.]

To the r. In armour : hauberk of mail, coif, cap-shaped
helmet with nasal, sword, convex shield with central spike and
rays.

^ SIGILLVM • lOHANNIS • DE CRIOL.



Walterus Croc.

5864. [Early 13th cent.] Plaster cast from good impres-
sion. If in. [Ixxviii. 80.]

To the r. In armour : hauberk of mail, surcoat, round cap-
like helmet, sword, shield. Horse galloping.

§> SIGILLVM : WALTGRl : CROC :



Walterus Croc, [son of Walter Croc, of Wadwick,
CO. Wilts.]
5865. [Late 12th cent] Pale greenish-brown : fine, lower
part chipped. 2^ in. [L.F.C., xiii. 11.]

To the r. In armour : hauberk of mail, surcoat, round cap-
like helmet, sword, shield with central spike. Horse galloping.
®i SIGILLV I ■ CROC.



Robertus fil. Ricardi de Crocstun, \of Habrough, co. Linc^
5866. [i2th-i 3th cent] Creamy-white, discoloured: fine,

edge chipped. Marks of the handle. 2 in. [Add. ch. 20,74l]
To the r. In armour : hauberk of mail, conical helmet

and nasal, sword, long convex shield with central spike.

Horse galloping.

gi SIGILL' ROBERTI FILM RICARDI DE CROCSTVN.
The letters TUN, of Crocstun, placed in the field.



Willelmus fil. Walter! de Cukeleya, [<?/ Cookley, co. Stiffs
5867. [Early 1 3th cent.] White, discoloured and varnished
indistinct and imperfect, i-^ in. [Harl. ch. 83 E. 28.]



EQUESTRIAN. 273



To the r. In armour : round-topped helmet, sword, convex
shield. Horse galloping.

© SIGILL I • FIL

5868. Sulph.-cast. [D.C., D. 193.]



Robertus de Curli.
5869. [i2th cent.] Plaster cast from chipped impression.
2\ in. [Ixxviii. 82.]

To the r. In armour : surcoat, conical helmet, sword, kite-
shaped shield.

SIGILLVM . . . OBERTI . . . CVRLI.



Willelmus de Curchi, [of Spaxtoii, to. Som.]
5870. [«>c. A.D. 1136-1165.] Red, discoloured : originally
fine, imperfect. [Harl. ch. 49 B. 23.]

To the r. In armour : hauberk diapered, conical helmet,

sword.

Si ... G 01 • DA



Stephanus de Curzun, [0/ Diseworth, co. Leic.'\

5871. \circ. A.D. 1180.] Red : fine, but imperfect. 2 in.
[Cott. ch. V. 49.]

To the r. In armour : hauberk of mail, conical helmet
with nasal, sword, kite-shaped shield, with star-like orna-
mentation and central spike. Horse galloping.
SIGILLVM STG VRZVN.

5872. Sulph. cast. [D.C., D. 182.]



Johannes Danecurt, \or DE Daiencurt, of Granby, co. Nottl\

5873. [a.D. 1170-1184.] Dark reddish-brown: fine, in-
distinct in parts. 2% in. [Add. ch. 20,738.]

To the r. In armour : hauberk, surcoat, conical helmet,
nasal, sword, long convex shield.

t® SIGILLVM • lOHANNES DANEEVRT.
The C is square.

Maneserus de Danmartin, \of Mendlesham, co. 5?(^]

5874. [a.D. 1171-1172.] Red: originally fine, chipped at
the edge. 2% in. [Harl. ch. 49 C. i.]

To the r. In armour : hauberk, surcoat, conical helmet
and nasal, sword, shield.

SIGIL ANESER' : D MARTIM.



Normannus de Darci, \son of Philip de Arcy, hit,
of Stallingborougk, co. Linc?[
5875. \Temp. Edw. I.] Dark-green : fine, i in. [Harl.
ch. 49 C. 46.]

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To the r. In armour : surcoat, helmet with vizor down,
shield of arms, sword. Horse caparisoned. Arms : three
roses of six leaves, Darcy.

S' NORMANNI ■ D6 DARCI.

5876. Sulph. cast. [D.C., E. 276.]



Philippus de Davintriaj \of Thiirnby, co. Northt.']
bSll. [a.D. 1 194?] Red: fine fragment. About 2i in.
when perfect. [Add. ch. 22,474.]

To the r. In armour : surcoat, sword.
Legend wanting.



Mateus de Da[u]ntn.
5878. [Late I2th cent] Plaster cast from chipped im-
pression. 2\ in. [Ixxviii. 83.]

To the 1. In armour : hauberk of mail, flowing coat, helmet,
sword, kite-shaped shield with projecting spike.
Legend reversed : — ■

9 SIGILLVM • MATeVS • DG • DA[V]NTN.



Galfridus de Dearleeia.
5879. [I2th cent] Plaster cast from chipped impression.

2J- in. [Ixxviii. 85.]

To the r. In armour : hauberk of mail, cap-like helmet
with nasal, short sword ; no shield.

© SIGILLVM GALFRID! D€ DGARLeeiA.

The letters AR of Dearleeia conjoined.



Willelmus {fil. Johannis] de Dinigtuna, {Clerk,
of Diniimgton, W. R., co. York,']
5880. [Late 13th cent] Dark-green: good, if in. [Add.
ch. 21,575.]

To the I. With a hawk, held by the jesses, in the 1. hand.

S' • WILL6LMI • D6 • DINIGTVNA.
Beaded borders.



Gregorius de Diva, [of Ashby Ledgers, co. Nortkt]
5881. [Late Hen. II.] Creamy-white : fine, but indistinct,
edge chipped ; app. by a woven riband of green thread. 2 in.
[Add. ch. 21,516.]

To the r. In armour : hauberk, surcoat, conical helmet
and nasal, sword, convex shield with central spike. Horse



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