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1st and 4th 2d and 3d argent argent and gules argent and sable argent between three arm embowed azure azure three beak bezants boar's head bordure Boston chequy chevron argent chevron between three chevron gules chief gules Connecticut counterchanged CREST—A demi-lion rampant CREST—A dexter arm CREST—A lion rampant CREST—A lion's head CREST—A stag's head CREST—An arm CREST—Out CREST—Two cross crosslet dexter hand ducal coronet engrailed erased gules erect ermine Essex fesse fleur-de-lis gent griffin gules hand ppr head argent head cabossed head couped head erased head erased argent holding John Kent lion passant lion rampant lion rampant argent lion rampant sable lion's head lion's head erased Long Island martlets Maryland Massachusetts MOTTO—In MOTTO—Virtus mullets mural crown pale Pennsylvania Philadelphia Quarterly Rhode Island Richard sable saltire Scotland sejant sinister South Carolina sword Thomas three bars three crescents three crosses three escallops three lions three mullets Virginia Watertown William York Yorkshire
Page 59 - Argent, a saltire wavy between four roses gules. CREST — A demi-savage grasping in his dexter hand a sheaf of arrows, and pointing with the sinister to an imperial crown or. MOTTO— This I'll defend.
Page 12 - BALCHE. Pennsylvania. Same Arms as Balche of Massachusetts. BALCHE. Maryland. Rev. Thomas Balche, 1685. Same Arms as Balche of Massachusetts. BALDWIN. Connecticut. Richard Baldwin, Milford, 1665. (Buckingham.) Argent, six oak leaves in pairs, two in chief and one in base vert, stalks sable, their points downward. CREST— A squirrel sejant or.
Page 26 - Richard Chancellor, Westmoreland Co., 1682. (Lanark.) Or, a lion rampant sable armed and langued gules on a chief of the last three mullets of the first.
Page 62 - Per pale or and sable a chevron between three snaffle bridle-bits counter-changed. Crest. — A horse's head couped argent bridled and maned or charged on the neck with a bezant between two wings gold.
Page 60 - Argent, a fir tree growing out of a mount in base vert, surmounted of a sword bend-ways supporting on its point an Imperial Crown ppr. in dexter chief a canton azure.
Page 12 - Azure, on a saltire engrailed sable, five escallops of the field, on a chief of the second a lion passant of the first.
Page 39 - Argent, a fesse sable between three lions' heads erased gules. CREST— Out of a ducal coronet or, a cock's head issuing gules combed and wattled. MOTTO— Hora e sempre.
Page 39 - On a cap of maintenance ppr. a booted and armed leg, couped at the thigh, quarterly argent and sable spur or. MOTTO— Virtus sola invicta.