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The Visitation of London in the Year 1568: Taken by Robert Cooke, Clarenceux ... - Page 72
edited by - 1869 - 118 pages
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The baronetage of England, or, The history of the English baronets, and such ...

rev. William Betham - 1801
...was succeeded by his son, VIII. Sir JOHN PAKINGTON, the present baronet. ARMS—Party per cheveron, sable and argent, in chief, three mullets, or; in base, as many garbs, gules. CREST—On a wreath, an elephant passant or, armed gules. SEAT—At Westwood in Worcestershire. 1 ROBERT...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 91, Part 2

Early English newspapers - 1821
...leave to state in answer, that a very minute account of that antient family (whose arms were, Party per chevron Sable and Argent, in chief three mullets Or, in base as many garbs Gules) may be found in Wotton's Baronetage, from p. 382 to 402, of the first volume, from which I beg leave...
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The Visitation of Suffolke, Volume 2

William Harvey - Heraldry - 1868
...fees between six sea-mews' heads erased Gules, Speneer, of Wbrmlciqhton,* impaling Kytson ; 3rd, Party per chevron Sable and Argent, in chief three mullets Or, in base as many garbs Gules, Pockington, impaling Kytson ; 4th, Bourchier, quarterly as before, impaling Kytson ; 5th, Arçent,...
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The visitation of Suffolke, made ... 1561, with additions from ..., Volume 2

William Hervey - 1871
...fess between six sea-mews' heads erased Gules, Spencer, of Wormleiqhton,* impaling Kytson ; 3rd, Party per chevron Sable and Argent, in chief three mullets Or, in base as many garbs Gules, Packington, impaling Kytson ; 4th, Bourchier, quarterly as before, impaling Kytson ; 5th, Argent, on...
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The Church Heraldry of Norfolk: A Description of All Coats of Arms ..., Volume 1

Edmund Farrer - Heraldry - 1887
...France (modern) ; 2 and 3, England. XL. Quarterly : — 1 and 4, Paston ; 2 and 3, Barry ; impaling, Quarterly : — 1 and 4, Per chevron sable and argent ; in chief three estoiles or ; in base as many garbs gules, Pakington ; 2, Argent, on a fesse between six martlets gules...
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The Church Heraldry of Norfolk: pt. V. Hundreds of South Erpingham ...

Edmund Farrer - Heraldry - 1889
...Quarterly : — 1 and 4, Per chevron ; in chief three mullets, and in base as many garbs (Pakington, Per chevron, sable and argent; in chief, three mullets or ; in base, as many garbs gules. V AT PULTON. Bl. Norf. vi. 494, describes these charges in chief as " estoiles ") ; 2, On a fesse,...
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The New Baronetage of England: Containing, as Well a Concise ..., Volume 1

Baronetage - 1804 - 964 pages
...179S, and was succeeded by his son, VIII. Sir JOHN, the present Baronet. ARMS — Party per cheveron, sable and argent, in chief, three mullets, or, in base, as many garbs, gules. C REST — On a wreath, an elephant passant, or, armed , gules. SEAT— At Westwood, in Worcestershire....
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