The Church Heraldry of Norfolk: pt. V. Hundreds of South Erpingham, Eynesford, Launditch, and Wayland. pt. VI. Hundreds of Grimshoe, Clackclose, Freebridge Marshland, Freebridge Lynn, and Gallow. pt. VII. Hundreds of Smithdon, Brothercross, North Greenhoe, Holt, and North Erpingham. Title and indexes to vol. II
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Page 128 - Quarterly gules on a bend between six cross crosslets fitchee argent, an escutcheon or, charged with a demi-lion rampant, pierced through the mouth with an arrow, within a double tressure flory counterflory...
Page 336 - Quarterly, argent and gules, on the second and third quarters, a fret or, over all on a bend sable three escallops of the first, for SPENCER.
Page 280 - Quarterly [argent and gules], in the second and third quarters a fret [or], over all a bend [sable], charged with three escallop shells [of the first].
Page 274 - Arms— Azure, on a chevron or, between three bears' heads couped argent muzzled gules, a roebuck's head erased between two hands issuant from the ends of the chevron, each holding a dagger dl proper.
Page 330 - In his own country the king granted these honourable augmentations to his armorial ensign : a chief undulated, argent; thereon waves of the sea; from which a palm tree issuant, between a disabled ship on the dexter, and a ruinous battery on the sinister, all proper...
Page 125 - Of Exeter) he had Issue Two Daughters. A chast Husband, a provident Father. He crowned his pious Life with as pious and Christian Departure at Stoke Poges in the County of Buckingham, on Wednesdaye The Third Daye of September in the Yeare of Our Lord M.DCXXXIIII.
Page 409 - Barry nebule"e of six, argent and azure, a chief quarterly gules and or ; on the first and fourth quarters, a lion passant gardant of the fourth ; on the second and third, two roses gules, barbed vert. CHEST.— A pegasus current, with wings indorsed, argent. MOTTO. —God is our friend. ^L^fUf^ 1-^^^\^ __==_ " "~" ^ktniuie ati& (fUuUrvg. THE ancient ordinary of the Skinners' company is dated ft f January 20th, 1437.
Page 423 - Livest thou, Thomas ? yeas : where ? with God on high. Art thou not dead ? yeas, and here I lye. I that with men on earth did live to die, Died for to live with Christ eternallie.