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late of Beddington, co. Siirr., Bart.

8336. [a.D. 1728.] Red: en placard, on a tape, f X f in.
[Add. ch. 22,690.]

Oval : a shield of arms : three lioncels passant in pale,
armed and langued, ensigned with an escutcheon of pretence,
on a bend cotised three uncertain charges. In dexter chief
on a canton the hand of Ulster. Crest, a mainmast, the
round top set off with palisadoes, a lion issuing therefrom.
Supporters, two antelopes. On a liston in base the motto : —

NIL CONSCIRE SIBI.



Sir Francis Carew, of Beddington, Knt.

8337. [a.D. 1578.] Red: chipped. f x -4- in. [Add.
ch. 23,599.]

Slightly oval : a shield of arms : three lions passant in pale,
Carew. Crest on a helmet and mantling of foliage filling
the background, a lion statant.

Cabled border.

Another Seal.

8338. [A.D. 1592.] Red : indistinct in places, f X | in.
[Add. ch. 23.486.]

Oval : a shield of arms : three lions passant in pale, Carew.
Crest on a helmet and ornamental mantling, a mainmast, the
round top palisadoed, therefrom a demi-lion issuing.

Cabled border.

Another Seal.

8339. [a.D. 1608.] Red: very imperfect. About |- X I in.
when perfect. [Add. ch. 23,606.]

An ornamental shield of arms : three lions passant in pale,
Carew.

8340. [a.D. 1608.] Red: cracked and indistinct. [Add.
ch. 23,491.]



6o6 CATALOGUE OF SEALS.



Sir Francis Carewe, o?- Darcye, of Brameforde, co. Midd., Knt.

8341. [a.D. 1615.] Red: injured by pressure, very in-
distinct. About f X 4 in. when perfect. [Add. ch. 23,720.]

An ornamental shield of arms : Carew.



Sir Francis Carew, of Beddington, co. Siirr., K.B.
8342. [a.D. 1626.] Red : indistinct, injured by pressure.
About \ in. when perfect. [Add. ch. 23,283.]
An ornamental shield of arms : Carew.



Sir Francis Carew, of Beddington, co. Siirr., K.B.
{Perhaps same as F. C. of Brameforde.)

8343. [a.D. 1627.] Red : imperfect. About | X i in.
when perfect. [Add. ch. 23,290.]

Oval : a shield of arms : three lions passant in pale,
within a bordure compony, Carew.
Carved border.

8344. [a.D. 1627.] Red : imperfect, indistinct. [Add.
ch. 23,286.]

Another Seal.

8345. [a.D. 1637-8.] Red : fragmentary, very indistinct.
About 4 X I- in. when perfect. [Add. ch. 23,304.]

An ornamental shield of arms : Carew (?)



^z'r Francis Carew, of Beddington, co. Surr., K.B.
8346. [a.D. 1644.] Red. ^ x -;% in. [Add. ch. 23,310.]
Oval signet : on a wreath a demi-female figure, draped, and
wearing a bag-shaped head-dress : in the 1. h. a staff.



Francis Carew, of Beddingtott, co. Surr., Esq.

8347. [a.D. 1688.] Red : en placard, on a label. | x f in.
[Add. ch. 23,320.]

Oval : a shield of arms : Carew. Crest on a helmet,
ornamental mantling, and wreath, a mainmast, the round top
palisadoed, thereout a demi-lion issuing.

Beaded border.



Gawinus Carewe, of Whitwell and Farway Manors,
CO. Devon, Knt.
8348. [a.D. 1545.] Red: fine. fin. [Add. ch. 13,795.]
A mainmast, the round top set off with palisadoes, therefrom
a demi-lion rampant issuing. Crest of Carew.
Beaded border.



HERALDIC SEALS. 6o^



John de Carru.

8349. \Teinp. Edw. III.] Red : fine, edge chipped. \ in.
[xxxv. 22 E.]

A shield of arms : three Hons passant in pale, Carew.
Suspended by a strap from a hook, and betw. two wyverns,
sans wings.

* SIGILLVM ■ lOHANNIS DG CARRV.

Beaded borders.

Matthew Carewe, of H or ley, co. Surr., Esq.

8350. [a.D. 1593.] Red: indistinct, a x -i- in. [Harl.
ch. Ill E. 23.]

Oval : a shield of arms : Carew. Crest on a helmet, and
ornamental mantling, indistinct.



Nicholas de Carreu, Lord of Muleford.

8351. [a.D. 1 301.] Plaster cast from fine impression.
-L|- in. [Ixxxiv. 32.]

A shield of arms : three lions passant in pale, Carew.

» S' NICHOLAI ■ DG • CARREV.

Beaded borders.

Nicholas Carrew, of Niitfield Manor and Beddington, etc.,
CO. Surr.

8352. [a.D. 1420.] Red : originally fine, encircled with a
twisted rush, now cracked, imperfect, i in. [Add. ch. 23,632.]

A shield of arms : three lions passant in pale, Carew.
Within a finely-carved and traced gothic rosette of nine
points, ornamented with ball-flowers along the inner edge.

Legend betw. the points : —

SIG__ I LI VM _ NIC _ HOI [Al]_ D6_CAR_ReV.

Beaded border.

8353. Plaster cast. [Ixxxiv. 33.]



Sir Nicholas Carew, of Miccham and Mordon, co. S%irr., Knt.

8354. [A.D. 1530.] Red: fine, -fi i". [Cott. ch. xii., 24.]
A shield of arms : three lions passant in pale, Carew.

Background diapered with flowers.
Beaded border.

8355. Sulph. cast from No. 8354. [D.C., H. 91.]

Nicholas Carew, of West Lulliam, in Latcgkton, etc.,
CO. Suss., Knt.

8356. [A.D. 1534.] Red: defaced. ■§- X i in. [Add.
ch. 30,480.]

Oval : a shield of arms : the charges obliterated.



6o8 CATALOGUE OF SEALS.

Sir Nicholas Carewe, or Throckmorton, of Beddington,

CO. Siirr., Kilt.
8357. [a.D. 1624.] Red: imperfect, indistinct, f X | in.
[Add. ch. 23,587.]

Oval : an ornamentally-carved shield of arms : Carew^.



Nicholas Carew, Jun., of Beddington, co. Surr.

8358. [a.D. 1709.] Red : en placard, on tape ; imperfect.
About f X I in. [Add. ch. 23,965.]

Oval : a shield of arms of ornamental shape : per pale, dex.,
three lions in pale, Carew ; sin., a fess chequy betw. six
crosses crosslet, BoTELER. Above the shield a cherub's head
and wings.

8359. [a.D. 1712.] Red: en placard; imperfect. [Add.
ch. 23,968.]

Sir Nicholas Hackett Carew, of Beddington, co. Surr., Bart.

8360. [a.D. 1757.] Red : en placard, on a tape ; imperfect.
About I in. [Add. ch. 22,917.]

A shield of arms of ornamental shape : three lions passant
in pale, Carew ; in the dexter chief a canton of baronetcy.
Crest on a helmet, ornamental mantling and wreath, a main-
mast, the round top set off with palisadoes, therefrom a lion
rampant issuing. Supporters, two antelopes. On a liston
in base the motto : —

NIL CONSCIRE SIBL



Sir Nicholas Hackett Carew.

See Thomas Harris.

Nicholas de Carreu.

See JoHAN DE Nove.

William Carewe, of London, Clothworker.

8361. [A.D. 1566.] Red: cracked, imperfect -fin. [Harl.
ch. 76 E. 3l]

On a wreath a greyhound's head, erased, in the mouth an
uncertain object. In the field on the r. the initial letter F.,
the corresponding letter on the 1. wanting.

Cabled border.

Henry Carey, Baron Himsdon.

8362. [a.D. 1559.] Plaster cast from indistinct impression.

I X I- in. [Ixxxiv. 34.]



HERALDIC SEALS. 609



Oval : a shield of arms of six quarterings ; i, quarterly,
i. iv., on a bend three roses, Carey, etc. Crest on a helmet,
ornamental mantling and wreath, a horse's head.



John Carey, Knt., ■^rd Baron of Hunsdon.
A.D. 1603-1617.

8363. [a.D. 1607.] Red : fine. |- in. [Add. ch. 30,537.]
On a wreath a swan rising. Crest of CAREY.

Beaded border.

8364. [a.D. 1607.] Reddish-brown : injured. [Add. ch.
29,560.]

Adam Carles, of Manchester, co. Lane, Clerk.

8365. [a.D. 1355.] Bronze-green : originally fine, now
chipped all round the edge. About f in. when perfect.
[Add. ch. 29,246.]

A lozenge-shaped shield of arms : on a bend three pierced
cinquefoils, CHARLES, or Chareles. Within a carved and
traced gothic quatrefoil.

S HIS 06: ... RL6S(0

8366. Plaster cast. [Ixxxiv. 30.]



Richard Carles, of Estnor, co. Heref. ; or
John Hopley, of the same.
8367. [a.D. 1569.] Red: fine. From a signet ring with
mark of the chased setting. 4- X -V in. [Add. ch. 5284.]
Oval : a shield of arms : three palets, over all a chevron



ermme.

Beaded border.



William de Carleton(P)

8368. [a.D. 1356.] Plaster cast from indistinct impression.
[Ixxxiv. 31.]

A shield of arms : five estoiles, two, two, and one, on a
canton a griffin segreant. Within a carved gothic panel.
Legend uncertain^

John de La Carnayl, or Carnell,

Escheator of the King in co. Northt.

8369. [a.D. 1377.] Bronze-green: injured by pressure.
I in. [Harl. ch. 85 A. 26.]

A shield of arms : three bends, on a canton a triple-
towered castle. Within a carved and traced gothic trefoil,
ornamented with ball-flowers along the inner edge.

« Stgtllunt : .fofi'ts : fie la «rarna«l :

8370. Sulph. cast, from No. 8369. [D.C., F. 611.]
VOL. n. - ^^



6lO CATALOGUE OF SEALS.

John Carpenter, of Dilwyn, co. Here/., Gentl.

8371. [A.D. 1634.] Red : fragmentary. About \ in. when
perfect. [Add. ch. 1933.]

A shield of arms : paly of six, on a chevron three crosses
crosslet, in chief a crescent for difference.



Philadelphia, dau. and coheiress of EDWARD Carre, Knt.

Seal also used by JOHN CLERK, Esq., soti a7zd heir of

Francis Clerk, Knt.

8372. [A.D. 1641.] Red : injured, -i^ X tV in- [Harl.
ch. 77 H. 13.]

Oval signet : a griffin segreant.

8373. [A.D. 1641.] Another. [Harl. ch. 77 H. 13.]



Charles Carrington, of Hornsey, co. Midd.

8374. [a.D. 1663.] Red, covered with paper before im-
pression, f X -f in. [Add. ch. 18,990.]

Oval : a shield of arms, helmet, and crest, too indistinct to
be deciphered.

Sir Henry Carye, of Great Berkhampstead, co. Hertf.,
Lord of Snettisham, co. Norf.

8375. [A.D. 1614.] Red : indistinct, f X |- in. [Add.
ch. 19,387-]

Oval : a shield of arms : on a bend three roses, in chief a
label of three points, Carey. Crest on a helmet and
mantling, a swan with wings endorsed.



Henry [Cary,] \^\th Baron'\ Hunsdon, Viscotmt Rochford, etc..

Lord of the Royal Manor and Libei'ty of Wye, co. Kent.

[A.D. 1617-1668.]

8376. [a.D. 1623.] Red. f x | in. [Add. ch. 20,026.]
Oval : a shield of arms : a chevron ermine betw. three

cinquefoils. Crest on a helmet, ornamental mantling and
wreath, indistinct, apparently a demi-eagle rising with ex-
panded wings.

Beaded border.

The arms of Cary, Baron Hunsdon, are on a bend three
roses. The above shield of arms may, perhaps, be a variation
of this.

Johanna, widow of John Cary, Knt.

8377. [A.D. 1409-] Red : injured, originally encircled
with a twisted rush. \ in. [Harl. ch. 47 H. 10.]

A swan, crest of Cary.
Cf. Add. ch. 15,447.



HERALDIC SEALS. 6l I



Johanna Gary.

See Alis de la Rous.



Sir Philip Gary, of London, Knt.

8378. [a.d. 1619.] Red : injured. About ^ X | in.
[Add. ch. 19,390.]

Oval : on a shield : a swan with wings endorsed, crest of
Carey.

8379. [A.D. 1619.] Red : an indistinct fragment. [Add.
ch. 19,391.]

Robert Gary.

Seal used by Sir Lewes Pollarde, Bart.

8380. [a.d. 1636.] Red ; injured by pressure, indistinct.
[Harl. ch. ZS I. 55.]

Oval : a shield of arms : very indistinct, apparently ; on a
bend three roses, on a canton an anchor, GARY.
Carved border.

Thomas de Gary, Knt., son and heir of THOMAS DE Cary ;
or, Alicia, widow of THOMAS DE Cary, of co. Dors.

8381. [a.D. 1358.] Red: chipped. | in. [Harl. ch. 47
H. 8.]

A quatrefoiled flower, and on it a swan. In allusion to
the arms of Cary, viz., on a bend three roses, and to the crest
of the same family, viz., a swan. Within a carved quatre-
foiled border.

Edward Garill, or Garyll, of Shipley, co. Suss., Esq.

8382. [A.D. 1587.] Red: indistinct, i in. [Add. ch.

30,031.]

A shield of arms : on a plain bend within a bordure en-
grailed, a rose betw. two griffins' heads erased, a crescent
for difference. Carril, or CarRELL.

8383. [A.D. 1587.] Red : very indistmct. [Add. ch.
30,032.] ^__^

Edward Caryll, of Hurting, co. Suss., Esq.

8384. [A.D. 1 591.] Red: chipped at top. About f x | in.
[Add. ch. 18,870.] . ^,■ c

Oval : a shield of arms : three bars, m chief as many
martlets, CarRILL. Crest, on a helmet and ornamental
mantling, on a mount a stag lodged reguardant.

Beaded border.

2 r 2



6l2 CATALOGUE OF SEALS.



John Carell.

See Richard Garton.

John Caryll, Gentl., cousm and heir to Richard Colyar,

Citizen Mid Mercer of London.
8385. [a.D. 1540.] Red: very indistinct. | in. [Add.
ch. 18,822.]

An ornamental shield of arms : apparently a chevron chequy
betw. three animals' heads.
Legend obscure.



John Caryll, of Horsham, etc., co. Suss., Esq.

8386. [A.D. 1557.] Red: fine, f x i in. [Add. ch.
8942.]

Oval : an ornamental shield of arms : on a plain bend, a
rose betw. two griffins' heads erased, within a bordure en-
grailed, Caryll.

Cabled border.

8387. [A.D. 1562.] Red. [Add. ch. 18,850.]



John Caryll, of Warnham, co. Suss.

8388. [a.D. 1600.] Red : imperfect, very indistinct,
■f- X f in. [Add. ch. 8969.]

Oval : a shield of arms : three bars, in chief as many
martlets, Carill. Crest on a helmet, ornamental mantling
and wreath, imperfect, but apparently on a mount, [a stag
tripping reguardant.]

Cabled border.

8389. [a.D. 1602.] Red : slightly injured by pressure.
[Add. ch. 18,896.]

8390. [A.D. 1607.] Red : fragmentary. [Add. ch. 8973.]

8391. [A.D. 1621.] Red: injured by pressure. [Add. ch.
18,928.]

John Caryll, of Harting, co. Suss., Esq.

8392. [A.D. 1658.] Red : very indistinct. [Add. ch.
18,982.]

Oval : an ornamental shield of arms : indistinct.



John Caryll, Senr., of Harting, co. Suss.
Seal used by Sir JOHN Bennet, or BeneT,
of St. Martin' s-in-tlie-Fields.
8393. [A.D. 1670.] Red, covered with paper before im-
pression. About -i X -Hi in- [Add. ch. 19,005.]



HERALDIC SEALS. 613



A shield of arms : three bars, in chief as many martlets,
Carrill. Crest on a helmet, ornamental mantling and
wreath, a stag.

Carved border.

8394. [A.D. 168 l] Red. [Add. ch. 19,018 c.]

Oval : similar to the preceding (?)



John Caryll, of Lady-Holt, co. Suss., Esq.

8395. [a.d. 1697.] Red : eii placard on paper, imperfect.
About f X -i- in. [Add. ch. 19,034.]

Oval : a shield of arms : three bars, in chief as many
martlets, Carrill. Crest on a helmet, ornamental mantling
and wreath, a stag (?)

Cabled border.



John de Castelacre, Citizen and Goldsmith of London.

8396. [a.d. 1319.] Red: injured by pressure. | in.
[Harl. ch. 4S B. 34-] . , ^ ,

A shield of arms : a fess betw. three triple-towered castles.
Betw. three slipped quatrefoil flowers. Within a carved and
pointed gothic quatrefoil.

Legend imperfectly impressed :

5S S'

8397. Sulph. cast, from No. 8396. [D.C., F. 173.]



Robert Castell, or Castle, of East Hatley, co. Camb., Esq.

8398. [A.D. 1640.] Red : injured. About f X f in.
[Harl. ch. 86 I. 34.]

Oval : a shield of arms : on a bend three castles, CASTELL.
In chief a label of three points.

Another Seal.

8399. [A.D. 1641.] Red: fine, f X i in. [Harl. ch. 112

D. 27.1

A shield of arms : quarterly, i, on a bend three castles,
Castell • 2, on a cross fleury five annulets ; 3, a bend wavy
betw. two' horse-shoes, HODSDON ; 4, on a quarter sinister,
two lions passant in pale, crowned.

Cf. Harl. MS. i534, f- 39-

8400. [A.D. 1649.] Red: ^« //^^^r^, imperfectly impressed.
[Harl. ch. 56 C. 8.]



6l4 CATALOGUE OF SEALS.

Gregory de Castello, [son of Nicholas de Castello,
of Ru7nburg, etc., co. Suff.']

8401. [a.d. 1300.] Dark green : fine. I X f in. [Had.
ch. 47 H. 13.]

Oval : a shield of arms : three castles triple-towered, two
and one. Suspended by a strap from a tree. Within a
cusped border of ten points.

» SeCRGTV : GR6G0RII : 06 : CASTeLLO :

Beaded border.

8402. Sulph. cast from No. 8401. [D.C., E. 416.]



William de Castello, [son of George de Castello,
of Wiskaw, CO. Warw.]

8403. [a.d. 1323.] Green: fine. | in. Add. ch. 26,602.]
A shield of arms : two bars, on a quarter over all a double-
towered castle. Within a car\-ed and pointed gothic quatre-
foil.

* S" WILL'I • D6 CASTGLLO.
At the end of the legend a martlet or small bird to the r.
Beaded border.

Philip Castelmartin, [of co. Pembr. f]

8404. [a.d. 1 341.] Plaster cast from injured impression.
■|- in. [Ixxxiv. 36.]

A shield of arms : a fess betw. three castles. Within a
carved trefoil panel, ornamented with small quatrefoils or
ball-flowers along the inner edge.

» S' ■ PHILIPPI ■ CASXeLMARTIN.



Geoffrey, son of Geoffrey, sojt of Richard de Casterton,
of Wyketofte, co. Line.

8405. [a.d. 1376.] Red: imperfect, indistinct. -f in.
[Harl. ch. 47 H. 15.]

Hexagonal : three shields of arms, conjoined at the base in
triangle : i, Barry, indistinct ; 2, indistinct ; 3, a saltire.
Betw. the shields, a grifhn, a lion rampant, and a third un-
certain heraldic animal.

» GN . . . . ORG D'AMOVR.

The letters VR in amour conjoined.



Johanna, widow of Geoffrey, son of Richard de
Casterton, of Marton-near-Horncastle, co. Line.
8406. [A.D. 1376.] Red. \ in. [Harl. ch. 47 H. 15.]
Two shields of arms : dex., three bends, in chief over all a
label of as many points, sin., crusily a chevron. Betw.



HERALDIC SEALS. 615



the shields a roundle. Within a carved and pointed gothic
quatrefoil.

a : SIGILLVM • lOI-ie • DG • CASTGRTON."
8407. Sulph. cast from No. 8406. [D.C., F. 499.]



Robert Castleton.

Seal used by parishioners of Toft- Monks, co. Norf.
Seal used by JOSEPH Barshom.

8408. [a.D. 1706.] Red : en placard on tapes and labels,
imperfect, indistinct. [Add. ch. 14,921.]

A shield of arms : on a bend three adders nowed, CASTLE-
TON. Crest on a helmet and ornamental mantling, a dragon's
head betw. two wings expanded.

Seal used by Benjamin Edmonds.

8409. [a.D. 1706.] Another: as above. [Add. ch. 14,921.]

Seal used by JOSEPH EDMONDS.

8410. [a.D. 1706.] Another: as above. [Add. ch. 14,921.]

Seal used by Thomas Sherman.

8411. [A.D. 1706.] Another: as above. [Add. ch. 14,921.]



John de Castone, of Bresete parva and magna, co. Suff.

8412. [A.D. 1350.] Red: injured by pressure at edge.
I in. [Add. ch. 10,004.]

A shield of arms : a chevron betw. three eagles displayed,
Caston. Betw. three slipped flowers, and within a carved
and pointed gothic quatrefoil.

» SIGILLVM ■ lOHANNIS • DG • CASTONG <«



Katerina, wife of John de Castone.

8413. [a.D. 1350.] Red: somewhat indistinct. -J in.
[Add. ch. 10,004.]

Three shields of arms conjoined at the base in triangle :
I, three (escallops?) two and one; 2, a saltire engrailed or
lozengy ; 3, a chevron betw. three eagles displayed, Castone.
Within a carved and pointed gothic trefoil.

a : S' : KATGRlUe : D6 : GAST0H6 :

Beaded border.

Williara Caston, of Calais.

8414. [a.D. 1460.] Red. From a ring. \ in. [Stowe ch.

130-]
An eagle's head erased. For a crest (?) or in allusion to

arms. In the field the initial letters, to. t.



6l6 CATALOGUE OF SEALS.



Bartholomew Castre.
See G. DE LA Garda.

Robert Castrie, or Robert de Cestria,

of Kilvingholm, co. Line.
8415. \Te7np. Hen. III.] Green : chipped, -|- in. [Harl.
ch. 47 H. 19.]

A shield of arms of early shape : quarterly, over all a bend.
Si SIGILL' R . . . . Tl CASTRIE «



William de Castro-Radulphi.

See William de Chastel ....

Anthony Catesbye, and Eliz., his wife.
See John Ireland.



William Caton.

See Rob. Hardy.



Thomas Oaus, of Hokham, co. Norf.
8416. [a.d. 1375.] Red: indistinct, -fin. [Harl. ch. 53

E. 45-]

A shield of arms : a griffin segreant, Causey. Suspended
by a strap from a tree, and within a carved gothic panel.
StstUum : ti^onu . . . . ur.



William Causton.

Seal used by HUMFREY Style, of Norwich, Grocer, or
Thos. Howlett, of North Tuddenham, co. Norf, Yeoman.

8417. [a.d. 1626.] Red : chipped at the edges, originally
encircled by a twisted rush. |- in. [Add. ch. 14,931.]

A shield of arms : on a fess three quatrefoils, field diapered
lozengy.

» S' % WILL'I ■ CAVSTON •
Drawn in Blomefield's Hist, of Norfolk, vol. x., p. 266. [Dept. Copy.)

8418. [a.d. 1422.] Red : injured, encircled with a twisted
rush. [Add. ch. 20,144.]

The date is thus given: "primo die mensis Septembris
anno regni regis Henrici quinti post conquestum decimo."
On this day Henry VI. ascended the throne.



Richard Cave, of Stanford, co. Northt., Gentl.
8419. [A.D. 1522.] Red: fair, f x f in. [Harl. ch. 47
H.33-]



HERALDIC SEALS. 617



Oval : out of a flower, stalked and leaved, a greyhound's
head per pale ermine and ermines, crest of Cave.

Beaded border ; from a ring with mark of the setting.



William Cz^Ye)!, of Butley, co. Suff., Clerk.

8420. [A.D. 1696.] Red: e7i placard on a label, f X ■!■ in.
[Add. ch. 10,290.]

Oval : a shield of arms : three cinquefoils, pierced two and
one, in the fess point a roundle. Above the shield a sprig.
Carved border.

Henry [Cavendish],

Duke, Marquess, and Earl of Newcastle, Earl of Ogle,

Viscount Mansfield, Lord Lieut, of co. York, etc., K.G.

8421. [A.D. 1688.] Red: en placard on tape, imperfect.
About 4-^ X i in. when perfect. [Add. ch. 1806.]

Oval : out of a ducal coronet a (boar's ?) head. Encircled
with a Garter inscribed with the Motto of the Order.
Beaded border.

John de Cavendysh, of Walsham Manor, co. Suff., etc.

8422. [a.d. 1358.] Green: injured, indistinct in places.
•I- in. [Add. ch. 1 5,747-]

A shield of arms : indistinct, three crosses crosslet, in fess
point a roundle. Above the shield a slipped flower. Within
a carved gothic rosette of eight points, ornamented with small
quatrefoils along the inner edge.

SS S'. lOHANNIS : D€ : CAVeNDYSH (?)

Beaded border.

8423. [a.d. 1363.] Red : originally fine, now injured by
pressure. [Harl. ch. ^6 E. 45.]

5S S' lOHANNlS : Oe : CAVGNDYSH.

8424. Sulph. cast from No. 8423. [D.C., F. 426.]



William Cavendishe, of Chatsworth, co. Derb., Knt.

8425. [A.D. 1557.] Red. f X i in. [Woll. ch. ii. 42.]
An ornamental shield of arms : three stags' heads ca-

bossed, Cavendish. In fess point a crescent for difference. .

William Cavendish, ^rd Earl of Devonshire.

8426. [A.D. 1670.] Red, covered with paper before im-
pression. 4 X i in. [Add. ch. 8465.] , r -.u

Oval : on a wreath a stag statant attired, gorged [with a
garland of roses]. Above, an earl's coronet.



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William de Cavereswel,

Lord of Kavereswelle, of co. Northt.
8427. [Late Hen. III.] Green: fine, i in. [Add. ch.
20,457.]
A shield of arms of early shape : fretty, over all a fess.

fi! S' DOMINI • WILL' ■ D'. CAV€ReSWeL.
The letters ER and EL in the last word are conjoined.
Cf. Add. ch. 877, A.D. 1 280-1 290.



William Caunvile, Esq., son and heir of WILLIAM Caunvile
and Alice, his wife, of Pesemerssh, co. Stiss.

8428. [a.D. 1422.] Red : injured, originally encircled
with a twisted rush. I in. [Add. ch. 20,145.]

A shield of arms : on a fess three (lions' ?) heads erased.

& StgtUu m iDtH't m tauntoile *<

Inner border cusped and cabled, outer border cabled.



William Cawley, of Chichester, co. Suss., Esq.

8429. [a.D. 1647.] Red : en placard, imperfectly im-
pressed. About f X •§- in. when perfect. [Add. ch. 18,968.]

Oval : a shield of arms : per pale, dex., a chevron ermine
betw. three swans' heads erased at the neck, Cawley ; sin.,
three bulls' heads, two and one. Crest on a helmet and
ornamental mantling, an eagle rising.



Edward Cecil, Viscount Wimbledon,
Lord Lieut, of Surrey, etc.

8430. [a.D. 1627.] Red. i x I in. [Add. ch. 22,700.]
Oval : a carved shield of arms : quarterly, i, 4, barry of ten,

over all six escutcheons, three, two, and one, [each charged
with a lion rampant], CECIL ; 2, 3, a saltire, NEVILLE, with
an annulet for difference. Ensigned with a viscount's coronet
of seven pearls.

Robert Cecil, Earl of Salisbury, Lord High Treasurer.

8431. [A.D. 1610.] Reddish-brown. li X | in. [Add.
ch. 18,205.]

Shaped : a shield of arms : of six quarterings, i, barry of
ten, over all six escutcheons, three, two, and one, Cecil.
The remaining quarterings very indistinct. Encircled with a
Garter inscribed with the Motto of the Order ; and ensigned
with an earl's coronet.

Cf. Had. ch. 86 G. 56 ; and MS. Harl. 1442, f. 57 b.



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Thomas Cecil, Earl of Exeter.

8432. [a.D. 1605-1622.] Red. | x |- in. [xxxvi. 162.
Oval : a shield of arms : quarterly of six pieces : i,

Cecil, etc.

Cf. the seal of William Cecil.
Ensigned with a coronet.

8433. Plaster cast from good impression. [Ixxxiv. 39.]



Thomas Cicill, of Biirghley, co. Northt, Esq.

8434. [A.D. 1575.] Red. i x i in. [Add. ch. 9270.]
Oval : on a wreath a garb supported by two lions, crest of

Cecil.

Beaded border.

Sir William Cecill, Knt,

Master of the Court of Wards and Liveries.

{Lord Burghley.)

8435. [a.D. 1561.] Red: very indistinct, much injured by
pressure. [Add. ch. 29,642.]

Oval : a shield of arms : quarterly, i, 4, Cecil ; 2, 3, a
plate betw. three towers, WiNSTONE or ECHINGTON (.?)
Crest, etc., of difficult identification, on a helmet and mantling.

AnotJier seal for WILLIAM CECIL, Lord Burghley,
Lord High Treasurer, K.G., etc.

8436. [a.D. 1574.] Red : injured and indistinct in places.
I| X I- in. [Harl. ch. 86 G. 56.]

Slightly oval : a shield of arms : of six quarterings, i, 6,
Cecil ; 2, Winston ; 3, Howell, Winston, or Eching-



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