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three hawks' heads erased sa. as many acorns, slipped, | ar.-Crest, an eagle's head erased ar. holding in the beak, paleways, an arrow gu. headed and feathered

or.

Anderson. (The same coat with a canton of the third, charged with three martlets of the fourth, was granted to Henry Anderson, of the town of Newcastle, gent. 3 Nov. 1 Edw. VI.)

Anderson, [Erbury, Warw.] sa. five etoiles ar. two, one,

and two.

Anderson, gu. a saltier or, charged with another vert.
Anderson, ar. a saltier engr. sa. betw. four mullets gu.
Anderson, az. three martlets in a bordure engr. ar.
Anderson, gu. three trees eradicated ar.
Anderson, vert, three bucks lodged ar.

ANDERTON, [Ches. and Lanc.] sa. two single shacklebolts and one double ar.

Anderton, [Elderton] ar. three water bougets sa. Anderton, [Lanc.] sa. a chev. betw. three shacklebolts ar. -Crest, a curlew ppr.

Anderton, [Lanc. ]sa. three bugle-horns, (or, hanchets) garnished ar. two and one.--Crest, a curlew ar. Anderton, [Lanc.] sa. three chains ar. Anderton, [Anderton, Yorks.] three coats, first, sa. three prison-bolts ar. two and one; secondly, az. a lion ramp. guard. ar. thirdly, vert, three bugle-horns ar. Anderton, sa. three pair of shackle-bolts ar. ANDESLEY, ar. two lions' gambs erased in saltier gu. (Another, sa.)-Crest, a sword in bend ppr. surmounted by a cross crosslet sa.

Andesley, ar. two lions' gambs erased per saltier gu, on a quarter, or canton, of the second, three purses or. Andesley, paly of six ar. and az. a bend gu.

ANDEY. See ANDBY.

ANDLAW, or, a saltier quarterly quartered ar. and gu.-Crest, an eagle's head sa.

ANDRADE, gu. three griffins' heads erased ar.-Crest, a wolf's head or.

ANDREA, or St. ANDREW, gu. seven mascles, three, three, and one, conjoined or, in chief a label ar.— -Crest, a cinquefoil ar.

ANDRE, or ANDREE, ar. two mullets in chief az. and a galley, her oars in action, in base sa.-Crest, a millrind az.

ANDREW, [Backhould and Plymouth, Devons.] sa. a saltier ar. betw. three cross crosslets or.-Crest, a stag's head erased sa. attired or.

Andrew, [Glouc.] sa. a saltier engr. erm. on a chief or, three fleurs-de-lis of the field.

Andrew, ar. on a fesse sa. three mascles or, in base a crescent gu. and on a chief az. three mullets of the field.-Cre-t, a dexter hand holding a laurel branch ppr. Motto, Virtute et fortuna.

Andrew, per bend ar. and az. three mullets counterchanged. Crest, a star or. Motto, Give and forgive. Andrew, gu. three mascles in bend or, betw. two lions

ramp. sa.

St. Andrew. See Andrea.

ANDREWES, [Dodington] gu. a saltier voided or. Andrewes, [London] ar. a saltier az. on a chief gu. three mullets or.

Andrewes, [Bisbrooke, Ruts.] az. a cross erm. betw. four fleurs-de-lis or.-Crest, a demi lion or, ducally crowned

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Andrewes," [Suff.]. ar. on a bend engr. cottised sa. three mullets of the first, betw. two lions ramp. of the second. -Crest, a stag's head ar. erased, charged with a

crescent.

Andrewes, [St. Edmund's Bury, Suff. and Wilts.] or, a bend engr. gu. cottised sa. charged with three mullets

ar.

Andrewes, az. a saltier betw. four crosses formée or. Andrewes, sa. three escutcheons ar. each charged with a lion ramp. gu.

Andrewes, ar. a cross gu. in the first quarter a martlet

sa.

ANDREWS, Bart. [Denton, N.amp. 11 Dec. 1641] gu. a saltier or, surmounted of another vert.-Crest, a blackamoor's head in profile, couped at the shoulders and wreathed about the temples.

Andrews, Bart. [Shaw, Berks. 19 Aug. 1766] gu. a saltier ar. surmounted by another az. charged in the centre with a bezant-Crest, out of an eastern crown or, a blackamoor's head couped, in the ear, a pendant or. Motto, Victrix fortune sapientia.

Andrews, [Lathbury, Bucks. of Norf. and Suff.] ar. on a bend cottised sa. three mullets of the field.-Crest, a stag's head ar. (Another, for the Suff. branch, a stag's head erased ar. charged with a crescent for diff.) Andrews, [Carlisle and N.amp. Granted, 1334] The same as Andrews, Bart. Denton.

Andrews, [Durham] The same arms and crest as Andrews, Bart. Denton. (A Subscriber.) Andrews, [Hants.] ar. a chev. engr. gu. charged with three mullets or, betw. as many quatrefoils slipped vert. Andrews, [London and Hants.] ar. on a chev. engr. betw. three quatrefoils slipped vert, as many mullets or.Crest, an arm erect habited vert, cuffed ar. charged on the sleeve with a quatrefoil or; in the hand ppr. a branch vert, thereon three quatrefoils or.

Andrews, [Kimpton Park, Midd. Granted, 2 Sept. 1704] ar. on a bend wavy cottised and betw. two lions ramp. sa. crowned or, three etoiles of the first.-Crest, on a naval coronet or, a dove volant with an olive branch in the beak, all ppr.

Andrews, [Suff.] ar. on a bend engr. betw. two cottises sa. three mullets or.-Crest, a stag's head erased ar. Andrews, [Suff.] ar. on a bend engr. betw. two cottises and as many lions ramp. sa. three mullets ar.-Crest, a bird with wings expanded az. holding in the beak a laurel branch (Another, an acorn) vert.

Andrews, [Suff.] ar. on a bend engr. sa. three mullets of the field.

Andrews, ar. on a bend cottised sa. a mullet of the field. Andrews, ar. on a chev. engr. gu. betw. three mullets vert, as many quatrefoils or.-Crest, a grey-hound's head couped per pale or and sa. on the neck a saltier counterchanged.

Andrews, gu. gyronny of four pieces or.
ANDREZEL, [France] sa. three chev. bruised (or, rompu)

or.

ANDROS, ar. on a chev. engr. gu. voided az. three quatrefoils betw. as many mullets sa. - -Crest, on a tower a lion ramp. sa.

ANDROWES, ar. on a cross sa. five bezants. ANDROWEY, or ANDWEY, az. a lion ramp. guard. or, within an orle of ten cinquefoils ar.

ANEGAL, and ANEGALL. See ANGEL.

ANEGOLL. See ANGELL.

ANGIER. See ANGER.

ANGLE. See ANGEL.

ANELCHE, per pale or and ar. a talbot pass. gu.-Crest, ANGLES. See ANGELLIS.

an eagle with wings expanded ppr. ANELSHEY. See AMITESLY.

ANGOLISME, or ANGOLISMO, or, billettée az.
ramp. of the second.

ANGOULESLE, fusilly or and az.

ANENAYN, or ANENEYLL, gu. a fesse betw. six annu- ANGOS, gu. semée of crosslets flory, a cinquefoil or. lets ar. ANESWORTH.

See AYNESWORTH.

ANEYS, az. two battle-axes endorsed or.-Crest, a sword in bend ppr.

ANFRONS, vairé, or and gu. on a canton of the second, a mullet erm.

ANGAS, or ANGES, az. a lion ramp. gn.-Crest, an
ostrich's head erased ar. holding in the beak, a horse
shoe ppr.

ANGE, az. a chev. erm. betw. four crosses formée ar.-
Crest, a cross formée fitchée or, betw. two wings az.
ANGEL, ANGLE, ANEGALL, or ANEGAL, gu. a cinque-
foil or, within an orle of eight cross crosslets of the
last.-Crest, on a chapeau a tower ppr.
ANGELDON, [London] az. the field replenished with cross
crosslets fitchée or, a unicorn ar (Another, the unicorn
or.)-Crest, a knot sa. betw. two wings or.
ANGELL, [London, who came from Pekirk, Lanc.] or,
three fusils in fesse az. over all, a baston gu.-Crest,
out of a ducal coronet or, a demi pegasus ar. crined
gu.

Angell, [London] or, four fusils in fesse az. over all, a
bend gu.-Crest, on a mount vert, a swan ar. ducally
gorged or, beaked gu. legged sa.

Angell, or Ánegoll, gu. a cinquefoil within an orle of ten

cross crosslets or.

ANGELLICO, or ANGELO, ar. an incense-pot suspended
by a chain of three ends or.

ANGELLIS, or ANGLES, sa. a fleur-de-lis ar.-Crest, a
lion's gamb issuing holding a cross pattée fitchée or.
ANGELSON, az. fleury or, a label of three points gu.
ANGENNES, [France] sa. a saltier ar.

ANGENOUST, [France] az. two swords in saltier ppr.
pomelled or.

ANGER, [Essex] erm. a griffin segreant, parted per pale or and az.

Anger, erm. on a chief az. three lozenges sa.- Crest, an escarbuncle or.

Anger, or Angier, [Kent] erm. on a chief az. a lion ramp. or.-Crest, a martlet flying over a castle ruined in the sinister tower ppr.

Anger, or Aunger, [Yorks.] erm. a griffin segreant volant, parted per fesse or and az.

ANGERSTEEN, paly of eight az. and or, a saltier ar.Crest, a lion's head erased gu. in the mouth a quatrefoil vert.

ANGERTON, ar. on a bend sa. three lozenges erm. ANGERVILLE, [Leic.] gu. a cinquefoil within an orle of eight bezants.

a lion

Angouleste, az. three feurs-de-lis or, on a label ar. three crescents gu.

ANGUILLA, gu. three bezants in pale or.-Crest, a bɩ-
zant charged with a talbot's head erased sa.
ANGUILLON. See AQUITTEN.

ANGUISH, [Norwich] gu. a cinquefoil or.--Crest, a snake
nowed ppr. betw. two branches of fern vert.
Anguish, ar. five pallets, couped at the top, wrapped
with osiers in fesse gu. fretty in base with a serpent
vert, in chief three roses.

Anguish, ar. an orle gu.

ANGUS, erm. a chief sa.--Crest, a quadrangular castle. Angus, [Scotland] ar. a lion pass. guard. gu. crowned with an antique crown or.-Crest, a lion crowned as in the arms. Motto, Fortis est veritas.

ANGWISHE, [Norf. 1540] gu. a cinquefoil or, in the dexter corner a mullet of the second.-Crest, a snake nowed ppr. betw. two branches of fern vert.

ANGY, gyronny of twelve ar. and sa. charged with cross crosslets or, on the second.

ANHAULT, ar. a wine-press gu.

ANHELET, per saltier az. and gu. three annulets or, two
and one.-Crest, a gem ring or, stoned gu.
ANJOU, az. semée of fleurs-de-lis or, a bordure gu.
Anjou, gu. a chief ar. over all, an escarbuncle of eight
staves, nowed and flowered or.

ANKE, or ANKEY, gu. two bars ar. in chief three annu-
lets of the second.

Anke, or Ankor, erm. on a chief gu. three lozenges or.—
-Crest, a bull's head erased gu.

ANKETELL, [Shaftesbury, Dors.] ar. a cross embattled
vert.-Crest, on a mount vert an oak tree ppr.
Anketell, ar. a saltier raguly vert.-Crest, the root of an
oak tree erased, out of it a live branch issuing ppr.
acorned or.

ANKEY, and ANKOR. See ANKE.

ANKYRSLEY, or, two bars gu. betw. three martlets in pale sa.-Crest, a hunting horn, sans strings vert, veralled ar.

ANLABY, or HANLABY, ar. a fesse betw. six fleurs-de-lis sa.-Crest, on a mount an oak tree ppr.

ANLEBY, and ANSELBY, [Eaton, Yorks.] ar. a chev. betw. three chess rooks sa.-Crest, an arrow in pale enfiled with a ducal coronet or.

ANLET, [Yorks.] gyronny of four pieces gu., and az. four annulets in cross ar.-Crest, on a rock, a fire-beacon ppr. ANLETT, gyronny of four pieces gu. and az. four annulets in cross or.-Crest, the same as above. Anlett, az. three annulets or, (Another, ar.) ANLEY, vert, three escallops ar.-Crest, a dexter arm, hand gloved, holding a hawk's lure ppr. tor-ANMENELL. See AMENES.

ANGEVINE, or ANGEVILLE, [Thethelthorpe, Linc.] ar. two bars gu. on a chief vert, three bezants.-Crest, a branch of three roses ar. leaved and stalked vert. ANGEVYNE, [Line.] ar. two bars gu. in chief three

teauxes.

Angovyne, [Linc.] ar. two bars gu. on a chief vert, three bezants.

ANGIE, barry of ten ar. and az. a label of nine points

gu.

ANMERS, or ANNERS, [Ches.] gu. a chev. or, betw. three bezants.-Crest, a lion's head erased ppr. Anmers, or Anners, [Ches.] gu. a chev. betw. three mullets or.

ANMETESLEY. See AMITESLY.

ANN, gu. three bucks' heads erased ar.

ANNA, DE, [Farringdon] ar. a saltier gu. on a chief of
the second three bezants.-Crest, a bezant.
ANNABELL, or ANNABLES, ar. two bars engr. gu.-
Crest, a stag at gaze ppr.

ANNAND, [Annandale] ar. (Another, or,) a saltier and a chief gu. Crest, a rose stalked and leaved ppr. Motto, Quod honestum utile.

Annand, [Aucterallan] ar. a chief and saltier gu. cantoned with two mascles, in the collar and base points az. and in the flanks a spot of erm.

Annand, [Scotland] ar. a saltier and a chief az. Annand, [Scotland] ar. a saltier gu. in the first quarter three erm. spots barways, in each of the others a mascle, and over all, a chief of the second. ANNANDALE, ar. a saltier sa. on a chief gu. three cushions or.Crest, a spur erect or, winged ar. ANNAT. See ANNOTT.

ANNBURGH, az. a fesse ar. betw. three crosses floretty or. ANNCELL, or AUNCELL, erm. on a fesse gu. three cross crosslets or.-Crest, a stag's head affrontée, ducally gorged.

ANNCEY, parted per cross, per fesse wavy or and gu. a bend counterchanged.—Crest, on a mural coronet a stag sejant ppr.

ANNE, [N.amp.] ar. on a bend sa. three martlets or.Crest, a woman's head and breast ppr. hair dishevelled

or.

Anne, [N.amp. and Oxon] ar. on a bend sa. three martlets of the field, in chief a crescent of the second.Crest, a woman's head couped at the breast, face ppr. vested ar. hair dishevelled or.

Anne, [Oxon] ar. on a bend sa. three mullets of the field. Anne, [Frekley, Yorks.] gu. three bucks' faces ar. Anne, [Trickly, Yorks.] gu. three bucks' heads ar. attired or.-Crest, a buck's head cabossed ar. ANNELES, gyronny of four pieces gu. and az. as many annulets or.-Crest, a mermaid ppr. tail vert. ANNELSHIE, per pale or and ar. a hound gu.-Crest, a bezant or, charged with a pale indented gu. ANNENELL. See AMENES.

ANNERING, gu. on a chev. az. three bezants. Annering, ar. a chev. engr gu. betw. three mullets sa. ANNERS. See ANMERS.

ANNESLEY, Earl of ANNESLEY, Viscount Glerawley, Baron of Castle Wellan; [Creations, Baron, 20 Sept. 1758; Viscount, 14 Nov. 1766; Earl, 18 Aug. 1789; Residence, Castle Wellan, Ireland] paly of six ar. and az. over all, a bend gu.-Crest, a moor's head sidefaced, couped ppr. wreathed about the temples ar. and az. Supporters, the dexter, a roman knight, the sinister a moorish prince, habited ppr. Motto, Virtutis

amore.

ANNESLEY, Earl of MOUNTNORRIS, Viscount Valentia, Baron Mountnorris, of Mountnorris Castle, Baron Altham, of Altham, and a Baronet, F. R. and S. A., F. L. S. [Creations, Bart. 1620; Visc. 1621; Baron, 1628; Lord, 1680; Earl, 20 Dec. 1793.] Arms, Crest, Supporters, and Motto, the same as above. Annesley, [Bucks. and Oxon] Arms and Crest the same as above.

Annesley, paly of six ar. and az. a bend gobonated gu. and or. (Another, the bend vairé ar. and sa.) Annesley, or Annyslay, paly of six pieces ar. and az.

ANNESS, and ANNIS, gu. a mullet ar. and a chief or.-
Crest, a mascle or.

ANNGELL, [Kent] or, four fusils in fesse az. a bend gu.
-Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a demi pegasus ar.
ANNGELEY, pattée ar. and az. a bend gu.
ANNOIS, ar. three bendlets az.

ANNOT, or ANNAT, erm. two bars gu. in chief three hearts of the last.-Crest, a boar pass. sa. transfixed with an arrow ppr.

ANNS, gu. on a bend cottised or, three popinjays vert.
ANNY, [Scotland] or, a cross flory gu.
ANNYSLAY. See ANNELEY.

ANSAM, erm. on a canton sa. a fleur-de-lis or.
ANSCELL, or ANSTRELL, [Barford, Beds.] gu. on a sal-
tier or, betw. four bezants, as many mascles gu.-Crest,
a demi lion az. ducally gorged and lined or.
ANSDELL, paly of six ar. and gu. a chief or.-Crest, a
dexter hand ppr. holding up a buckle or.
ANSEIGNES, [Glouc.] gu. three cinquefoils erm.
ANSELBIE, and ANSELBY. See ANLEBY.
ANSELL, gu. a bend fusilly or.-Crest, a demi lion ppr.
ducally gorged and chained or.
Ansell. See Anstell.

ANSELME, [Midd.] erm. on a canton sa. a fleur-de-lis

or.

Anselme, or Aunselme, gu. on a saltier or, betw. four bezants, a mascle of the field.

ANSERT, or, a bend gobony az. and gu.-Crest, a demi lion crowned with an imperial crown, wielding a sword wavy ppr.

ANSIAM, or ANSYM, ar. (Another, or,) a fesse betw. six martlets gu.

ANSINGHAM, sa. a bend ar.

ANSON, Viscount ANSON, of Shugborough and Orgrave, Staffs. and Baron Soberton, of Soberton, Hants. [Created, 17 Feb. 1806. Residence, Shugborough Place, Staffs.] ar. three bends gu. in the sinister chief, a crescent of the last. -Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a spear erect, staff purp. headed ppr. Supporters, on the dexter a sea horse, on the sinister a lion, both collared. Motto, Nil desperandum.

ANSTABOTH, barry of six pieces ar. and gu. in chief three martlets of the second.

Anstaboth, or Anstalboth, ar. two bars gu. in chief three martlets of the second.

ANSTAM, ar. a chev betw. three fleurs-de-lis sa. ANSTAVILL, gu. fretty ar. a canton az.-Crest, a castle triple towered, a demi lion issuing from the top. ANSTAY. See ANSTY.

ANSTEAD, ANSTED, or ANTISHED, per fesse or and ar. a fesse nebulée gu.-Crest, a cross formée or, charged with five torteauxes.

ANSTELL, gu. a saltier betw. four leopards' heads or. Anstell, ar. on a cross sa. betw. four torteauxes a leopard's face of the first, within a bordure of the second, guttée d'or.

Anstell, or Ansell, [Cornw.] gu. a saltier engr. ar. betw. four bezants.-Crest, a cross formée guttée de poix. ANSTEN. See ASTEN.

ANSTEY. See AVENSLY.

ANSTIE, vert, a pale betw. two griffins' segreant ar.-Crest, a leopard's face ppr. jessant a fleur-de-lis ga. Anstie, or Anstey, ar. on a cross betw. four martlets gu. five bezants.-Crest, a martlet or.

ANSTIS, [Cornw.] ar. a cross raguly gu. betw. four birds | ANTROBUS, Bart. [Eaton-Hall, near Congleton, Ches. az. legged of the second.-Crest, out of a ducal coronet five ostrich's feathers ppr.

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ANSTROTHER, gu. a man in complete armour, holding in his hand a halbert ar.-Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a demi man in armour ppr. holding in his hand a spear sa. headed ar.

ANSTRUTHER, Bart. [Casses, Staffs. 18 May, 1798] ar. three piles in point from the chief sa.-Crest, two arms in armour, gauntlets ppr. garnished or, grasping a battle-axe of the first. Motto, Periissem ni periissem. Anstruther, [of that Ilk] ar. three piles sa.-Crest, two demi arms holding a pole-axe with both hands ppr. Motto, Periissem ni periissem.

Anstruther, [Airdy] The same within a bordure gu. for

diff.

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1815] lozengy or and az. on a pale gu. three etoiles of the first.-Crest, a unicorn's head couped ar. horned and maned or, gorged with a wreath of laurel vert, issuing out of rays ppr. Motto, Dei memor gratus amicus. Supporters, two horses ppr.

Antrobus, [London] lozengy or and ar. on a pale gu. three stars of the first.-Crest, a unicorn's head ar. crined and armed or, issuing out of rays of the second, and gorged with a chaplet of leaves vert. Antrobus, ar. three bitterns gu. ANTRON, or DE ANTRENON, ar. a chev. betw. three garbs sa.

ANTWEISEL, sa. three mullets ar.
Antweisel, or Antisell, gu. three mullets ar.-Crest, an
eagle with wings expanded and inverted ppr.
ANTWILLEY, barry of eight ar. and gu. in chief a lion
pass. guard. sa.

ANVAILE, or ANVIL, gu. a smith's anvil ar.
ANVARY, barry of six ar. and gu.
ANVENELL, ar. a fesse betw. six annulets (Another,
martlets) gu.

ANVERS, [Ches.] gu. a chev. betw. three mullets of six
points or.-Crest, a branch with three roses ppr.
Anvers, gu. a chev. or, betw. three bezants.
Anvers, or Anvery, gu. a chev. betw. three bezants.
ANVIL. See ANSWAILE.

ANVINE, ar. three playing tops sa. two aud one. (Another, adds a martlet gu.

ANVORY, az. on a bend or, three eaglets sa. armed gu. -Crest, a dexter hand holding a holly branch ppr. ANWELL. See ANWYL.

ANWICK, [London] paly of six or and az. on a chief gu a cross crosslet ar.-Crest, a dexter arm gu. the hand ppr. holding a broken tilting spear or. ANWICKE, ar. a holy cross sa.

ANWILL. See ANWYL.

ANWRIS, gu. a chev ar. betw. three plates. ANWYL, [Parkin, Merionethshire] vert, three eagles displ. in fesse or.-Crest, an astrolabe ppr. ANYELL, gu. three fusils or. ANYLAY, paly of six ar. and az. AOLUITE, quarterly, first and fourth az. a lion ramp. ar. in chief a label of five points gu. second, or, three chess rooks gu. third, ar. on a fesse az. three bezants.-Crest, on a chapeau a lion statant tail extended ppr. collared gu.

AOPSON, ar. on a chev. az. betw. three torteauxes, as many cinquefoils or, a chief chequy of the last and second.

AORSCOTT, [Norton, Cornw.] per chev. az. and erm. in chief three stags' heads cabossed or. APADAM, gu. five stars or.

Apadam, Apden, Appadume, and Aphadam, ar. on a cross gu. five mullets.

AP-BRADRWEN, [Wales] gu. three snakes braced ar. AP-BRADWEN, [Wales] gu. three serpents bent or, like a horse-shoe interlaced ar.

AP-BRAN, [Wales] ar. a chev. sa. betw. three crows, each holding in the beak an erm. spot of the last. AP-CARGANT, [Wales] gu. three chev. ar.

ANTONY, or ANTONIE, [Suff.] ar. a leopard betw. two AP-CRADOE, [Wales] ar. three saddles with stirrups sa.

flanches sa.--Crest, a goat's head gu.

ANTRENON, DE. See ANTRON,

AP-CYNAN, [Wales] gu, three lions pass. in pale ar. APDEN, ar. a cross gu. in the first quarter a mullet sa.

AP-DULFYN, gu. a bend betw. three spears' heads ar. AP-DYNAWAL, [Wales] sa. a spear head betw. three scaling ladders sinister bendways ar. on a chief gu. a tower tripple-towered of the second.

APEELE, ar. three bars gu. a canton erm.-Crest, a fleur-de-lis or, betw. two wings ar. APEFLY. See APFREY.

APELBY, [Leic.] az. six martlets or, three, two, and one. Apelby, [Salop.] az. six sea-gulls ar. three, two, and one, the dexter wing displ. the sinister close.

Apelby, or Apleby, [Salop. and Staff.] az. six martlets ar. three, two, and one.

APELDERFIELD, or, on a fesse gu. four fusils ar. APELESBURY, OF APPLESBURY, sa. a fesse embattled betw, three cinquefoils or.

AP-ELNARCH, [Wales] vert, a chev. engr. betw. three wolves' heads erased ar.

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Apelton. See Appleton.

AP-CLY DOR, [Wales] ar. on a cross sa. five crescents or. AP-ELYSTAN, [Wales] ar. three boars' heads couped sa. incensed or.

APENRITH, [Ireland] gu. on a fesse betw. three lozenges or, each charged with a fleur-de-lis, a demi rose crowned, betw. two griffins segreant of the field.

APESLEY, [Surrey and Suss.] ar. three bars gu. a canton erm.-Crest, a fleur-de-lis or, betw. two wings ar. APELY, or, a sea-ape ppr.

AP-EYNIONS, ar. three lions pass. guard. in pale gu.Crest, a sheaf of arrows ppr. banded gu. Motto, Virtuti fido.

APFREY, ar. a flying ape displ. ppr.

APHERY, sa. five bezants in saltier or.-Crest, a trefoil slipped vert.

AP-HOWELL, [Glouc. decended from Wales] ar. a lion ramp. sa. over a fesse engr. gu. AP-HUYT, [Wales] paly of six or and gu.

APIFER, or, an escarbuncle sa.-Crest, a hand holding a spiked club ppr.

APILIARD, APPLEYARD, or APPULYARD, [East Carlton, Norf.] az. a chev. betw. three owls ar. membered or.-Crest, a demi tiger, quarterly gu. and az. the tail of the last tufted or, in the mouth a rose gu. stalked and leaved vert.

APILSTON, gu. a pelican in her piety ppr. nest ar. APINERICKE, paly or and az. on a fesse gu. three mul

lets ar.

AP-IVOR, [Wales] vert, five eagles in saltier or. AP-JARTHYR, [Wales] vert, a stag saliant ar. attired or. AP-JOHN, [Stretham, Surrey] sa. a fesse or, betw. three childrens' heads ppr. couped at the shoulders, about each neck a snake vert.

AP-JORWORTH, [Wales] az. on a fesse ar. betw. three lions ramp. or, as many crosses pattée fitchée sa. Ar-KYNAN, [Wales] gu. three lions pass. ar. AP-KYNDELIC, [Wales] gu. a chev. betw. three lions ramp. vert.

AP-KYNREG, erm. a lion pass. guard. queue betw. his legs gu.

AP-KYWALHON, [Wales] erm. a lion ramp. sa.
APLEBY, az. three harts sejant or, two and one.
Apleby. See Apelton.

Apleby, or Apulby, ar. on a bend sa. three bezants.
APLEDERFIELD, or APULTREFIELD, sa. a cross voided
APLEDORFIELD, erm. a bend gu.
APLEGATH. ar. three appies slipped gu.

or.

AP-GALWYN, [Wales] sa. a chev. betw. three fleurs-de- | Aplegath, or Aplegarth, Rapley, Hants.] az. a chev. or,

lis ar.

AP-GARGAN, [Wales] gu. three chev. ar.

AP-GRIFFITH, ar. on a fesse az. three boars' heads couped or, in chief a lion pass. gu.

Ap-Griffith, sa. the tops of three broken spears erect or, pointed ar. betw. as many crescents of the second.Crest, out of a cloud a dexter and sinister arm shooting an arrow from a bow.

AP-GRIFFYN, [Wales] quarterly or and az. four lions pass guard. counterchanged.

AP-GRONWY, [Wales] ar. a chev. betw. three pheons sa. their points to the centre of the shield.

AP-GROWY, [Wales] az. three boars pass. ar. armed, bristled, and unguled or.

AP-GWELLTHAN, [Wales] per cross gu. and ar. four lions pass. guard. counterchanged.

AP-GWERYOWN, [Wales] az. a lion ramp or.

a

betw. three owls ar. in chief à fleur-de-lis erm.-Crest, a demi tiger gu. bezantée, armed and tufted or, charged with a bend of the last.

APLERTFOLD, or, on a fesse gu. three lozenges ar. APLETON, [Kent] vert, a fesse engr. betw. three apples ar. stalked gu.

Apleton, [Kent] vert, a fesse sa. betw. three apples gu. stalked or.

Apleton, [Kent] ar. a fesse sa. betw. three apples gu. stalked vert. (Another, the fesse gu.)

Apleton, [Suff.] ar. a fesse sa. betw. three apples gu. stalked and leaved vert.-Crest, an elephant's head couped sa. eared or, in the mouth a snake vert, wreathed about the trunk.

Apleton, ar. three leaves vert.

Apleton, or, a fesse betw. three pine-apples sa.
Apleton, ar. three pine-apples veit. stalked or.

AP-GWYDDNO, [Wales] or, a griffin segreant vert, in- Apleton, ar. a fesse sa. betw. three pine-apples vert.

censed gu.

AP-GWENWEY, [Wales] or, a lion ramp. az.
AP-GWRGANT, [Wales] gu. three chev. ar.
APHADAM. See APADAM.

AP-HARRY, or PARRY, ar. a fesse betw. three lozenges within a bordure az.

AP-HENDOR, [Wales] ar. on a chev. gu. three fleurs-delis or.

APHENRY, [Wales] gu. five plates betw. two flanches

(Another, gu.)

Apleton, ar. a fesse gu. betw. three pine-apples vert. APLETRE, [Dodington, Oxou] ar. on a fesse gu. three lozenges vairé.

APLETREE, [Basingstoke, Hants.] ar. on a fesse gu. three lozenges or, quartering the arms of Russell.-Crest, a goat pass. ar.

APLETRESEND, or APPELTRESEND, erm. a bend gu. APLEYARD, [Norwich and Yorks.] az a chev. or, betw.

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