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AUNDBY, ar. three chev. and a fesse gu.
AUNE, [Yorks.] See ANNE.

AUNDELIGH, barry of four sa. and ar. on a chief or,
three cross crosslets of the first.-Crest, a sceptre in
pale or.

AUNDY, ar. ou a bend cottised az. three roses or. AUNGATE, per bend embattled gu. and erm.-Crest, on a torteaux an etoile or.

AUNGELL, or ANGELL, or, a fesse lozengy az. over all,
a bendlet gu.

AUNGER, erm. a griffin segreant per fesse or and az.
Crest, an escarbuncle or.

Aunger, or Anger, erm. on a chief az. three mascles ar.
Aunger. See Anger.

AUNGIER. See ANGER.

AUNGVITE, gu. a cinquefoil or.
AUNSELME. See ANSEleme.

AUNSAM, per chev. ar. and az. three fleurs-de-lis. coun-
terchanged.

AUNSHAM. The same as AWNSAM.
AUREICHIER, or AURTICHER, or, in the dexter chief
point a lion pass. in the sinister chief point and in base
a cinquefoil, all sa.

AURELIS, gu. three cinquefoils ar.-Crest, a demi youth |
ppr. vested ar. coat az. buttoned or.

AURIOL, [London, and Brussels, Flanders] ar. on a mount vert, a tree of the last, with two birds' nests pendant by strings gu.-Crest, an eagle rising, right wing erect, left close.

AUSBORNE, sa. billettée or, a griffin segreant of the last.

AUSCOT, erm. a chev. gobony ar. and az. betw. three
leopards' heads of the third.

AUSTE, sa. three garbs or.-Crest, a garb ppr.
AUSTEN, [Tynterden, Kent, and Guildford, Surrey] az. a
chev, betw. three birds or.-Crest, a three-quarter
spread eagle, with three annulets on the breast.
Austen, [Fairfield Cottage, Kent] or, a chev. gu, betw.
three lions' gambs erect, erased sa. armed of the second.
-Crest, on a mural crown or, a stag sejant ar. attired
gold.

Austen, [Taywell, Kent. Granted, 20 April, 1603]
same Arms and Crest,

Austen, [Norf.] az. a chev. or.

The

Austen, [Norf.] az. a chev. ar. betw. three birds or. Austen, ar. on a chev. gu. three lozenges or, each charged with a cross crosslet fitchée sa.

Austen, ar. on a chev. gu. betw. three lions' gambs bendy and erased sa. as many crescents or.

Austen, ar. on a fesse betw. two chev. sa. three cross
crosslets or.

Austen, gu. a saltier engr. erm. betw. four plates.
AUSTILL, ar. a saltier raguly vert.

AUSTIN, [Walpoole, Norf.] gu. a chev. betw. three long

crosses or.

Austin, gu. a chev. engr. erm. betw. three ducal coronets or.-Crest, a pascal lamb ar.

AUSTON, or AUSTIN, [Scotland] gu. six mullets ar. three, two, and one, within a bordure or.-Crest, an arm embowed vested vert, cuffed or, couped and resting on the elbow, holding in the hand ppr. a cross crosslet fitchée gu.

Auston, gu. six stars ar. three, two, and one, within a

AUSTREY, [Hartington, Beds.] barry wavy of six ar. and
az. on a chief gu. three bezants.-Crest, a demi ostrich
ar. wings gu.

Austrey, [Sommerton, Hunts. and of Yorks.] Arms the
same. Crest, an ostrich's head erased ar. betw. two
ostrich's wings gu. in the beak a horse shoe ..
AUSTYN, [Somers.] ar. on a chev. sa. betw. three lions'
gambs bent and erased of the second, three bezants,
Austyn, [Cornw.] ar. a fesse betw. six martlets gu.
Austyn, az. a chev. betw. three birds or, beaked and leg-
ged gu.

Austyn, ar. on a fesse betw. two chev. sa. three cross
crosslets or.

Austyn, az. a chev. betw. three falcons or, beaked and legged gu.

AUTINGHAM. See ANTINGHAM.

AUTREY, [Hants.] az. a fesse fusily ar. in chief a label of five points or.

AUTREYN, [Suss.] az. a fesse fusily ar. over all, a bend-
let gu.

AUVERGNE, [France] or, a gonfannon gu. fringed vert.
AUVERQAERQUE, az. billettée, a lion ramp. or. —Crest,
on a chapeau az. turned up erm. a lion ramp. guard. or.
AVAGOUR, or AVAUGOUR, [France] ar. a chief gu.-
Crest, a parrot's head betw. two wings ppr.

AVAN, [Wales] erm. on a bend gu. an annulet or. (Ano-
ther, three annulets.)

AVELEIRS, [Suff.] ar. three escutcheons gu. two and one. AVELIN, or EVELIN, [Long Ditton, Surrey. Granted, 1572] az. a griffin pass. or, on a chief of the second, three mullets of the field.-Crest, a demi hind erm. vulned in the shoulder gu.

AVELINE, [Windsor and Frogmore, Berks.] per pale az.
and gu. three eagles displ. or.-Crest, a lion's head
erased ar. holding in the mouth, paleways, a sword ar.
hilt and pomel or.

AVEN, or AVERY, [Glouc.] gu. three chev. ar.
AVENANT, [Worc.] erm. on a pale gu. a cross pattée
chequy ar. and sa. flory or, on a chief of the last, a
billet within a mascle betw. two escallops ar.
AVENAYNE, or AVENAR, gu. a fesse betw. six annulets
ar.-Crest, a buck's head cabossed ppr.
AVENE, gu. a chev. ar.

AVENEL, or AVENETT, [Cambr.] ar. a fesse betw. six
annulets gu.-Crest, out of a Baron's coronet a hand
holding a scimitar ppr.

AVENELL, [Glouc.] ar. six annulets gu.
Avenell, or, on a fesse gu. three cross crosslets of the first.
AVENET, or AVENETT, az. on a fesse betw. six annulets
gu. three annulets of the first.-Crest, on a torteaux
a lion's head erased or.

AVENEY, [Glouc.] The same as Aven.
AVENON, [Lord Mayor of London, 1569] erm. on a pale
gu. a cross formée flory or, on a chief sa. a mascle of
the third betw. two escallops ar.

AVENSLY, or ANSTEY, barry of six ar. and az. over all,
a bendlet gu.

Avensly, The same, with a bendlet compony ar. and gu.
AVENY, The same as AVEN.
AVERALL, or, three star-flowers ppr.
AVERAN, ar. a quarter sa.

AVERANCE, gu. crusily or, a bend of mascles erm.
Averance, gu. five fusils in bend erm. betw. three cross

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Averinges, [Folkstone] or, five chev. gu. AVERN, [Warw.] or, on a chev. sa. betw. three boars' heads erased of the second, armed and langued gu. a mullet ar.-Crest, a horse's head erm. AVERTHORP, sa. a cross flory or.

AVERY, [Huwish, Somers. and Enfield, Midd.] gu. a fesse betw. three bezants.-Crest, two lions' gambs or, supporting a bezant.

Avery, [Haddon, Derbys.] ar. six annulets gu. three, two, and one.

Avery, or Averey, [Tillingly, Warw.] erm. on a pale engr. az. three lions' heads couped or.-Crest, a leopard couchant ar. bezantée, ducally gorged or. AVESNES, bendy of six gu. and ar. AVESNESS, bendy of six ar. and gu.

AVISON, az. three wheat sheaves or.-Crest, a dexter hand vested.... cuffed .... holding an anchor AWBENE, gu. six lozenges ar. three escallops in chief

or.

AWBIGNEY, sa, three helmets ar.

AWBMARLE, [Dors.] gu. five fusils in bend erm. betw. six cross crosslets or.

AWBORN, az. a pillar or column erect betw. two angels' wings elevated or.-Crest, a unicorn pass. or, gorged with a ducal coronet and chained sa.

AWBRE, [Suff.] ar. a saltier betw. four griffins' heads erased sa.

AWBREY, [Chadenwich and Burton, Wilts.] bendy of eight erm. and gu.

Awbrey, az. a chev. betw. three eagles' heads erased or.
-Crest, an eagle's head erased or..
Awbrey, gu. a fesse engr. erm.

AWDREY, [Oxon] and AWNDYE, [Devons.] ar. on a bend cottised az. three roses or.-Crest, on a lion's gamb ppr. a chev. or, charged with a mullet sa. AWGER, or AGER, [Kent and Glouc.] erm. on a chief az. a lion ramp. ar.-Crest, a bull's head erased gu. attired ar.

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AWNSAM, aг. on a canton sa. a fleur-de-lis or.-Crest, an escallop shell or, betw. two palm branches vert. AWNSAR, ar. three talbots' heads erased gu. AWOOD, ar. an oak tree vert, acorned or, on a chief az. three trefoils slipped of the third.

AWSTHWAITE, [Awsthwaite, Cumb.] gu. two bars ar. in chief three mullets of six points pierced or. AWSTREY. The same as AUSTREY.

AWYS, ar. a chev, betw. three foxes' heads erased (Another, couped) gu.

AXALL, or AXESON, gu. three axes ar.

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AYDE, or, a fesse counter-embattled betw. three leopards' heads az.

AYEST, per pale or and gu. three roundles counterchanged.

AYER, az. three barks or.
Ayer, gu. three covered cups ar.

Ayer, or Ayre, [Notts.] gu. three doves close ar. beaked and membered or.

AYERST, ar. on a bend engr. az. a sun in chief or, and an eagle, wings elevated, of the field in base; in the sinister chief point a cross flory gu.

AYGLE, sa. three lions pass. guard. in pale ar.-Crest, a bugle horn ar.

AYLAND, sa. on an inescutcheon ar. a bend gu. AYLBERTON, or, two bars betw. three ogresses, within a bordure engr. sa.

AYLE, or, three palets sa.

AYLEMER, ar. on a cross engr. sa. five bezants betw. four sea-aylets within a bordure gobonated az. and purp.

Aylemer, ar. a cross betw. four eaglets close gu.
Aylemer, ar. a cross sa. betw. four daws ppr.
Aylemer, and Aylener. See Lord AYLMER.
AYLER. See AIFLER.
AYLES. See AILES.

AYLESBURY, az. a cross ar. over all a label gu.-Two
Crests, first, a staff erect raguly or; second, a dragon's
head or, gorged with three bars gu.
Aylesbury, [Warw.] See Alesbury.
AYLESFORD, gu. a fret engr. erm.
AYLET, az. three annulets ar.

AYLETT, [Braintree, Essex] az. a fesse embattled betw. three unicorns' heads erased ar. crined and armed or.Crest, a demi unicorn reguard. ar. crined and armed

or.

AYLEWARD, [Norf.] per pale sa. and ar. two fleurs-de-lis in pale counterchanged.-Crest, betw. the horns of a crescent or, a cross pattée gu.

Ayleward, sa. a chev. betw. three garbs or. AYLEWAY, [Taunton, Glouc.] az. a lion ramp. or, betw. three crosslets fitchée ar.

AYLEWORTH, sa, on a bend ar. three birds gu, on a
chief or. three rein-deers' heads cabossed sa.
AYLFORD, gu. fretty erm. (Another, or.)-Crest, a fire
betw. two branches of palm in orle both ppr.
Aylford, or Aynford, gu, a fret engr. erm.
AYLIFFE, [London, and Brinksworth, Wilts.] ar on a
chev. engr. sa. betw. three stars gu. streaming on the
dexter side downwards in bend or, as many bucks' faces
of the field.--Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, an oak
tree ppr. fructed gold.

Ayliffe, quarterly gu. and sa.
AYLIN. See ALYLEYNE.

AXGRIFFITH, quarterly gu. and or, four leopards' faces AYLMAN. See ALMAN.

counterchanged..

AXTELL, az. three axes ar. handles or.

AYLMER, Lord AYLMER, Baron of Balrath, and Baronet of Ireland, K. C. B. a Major-General in the Army,

and adjutant-General in Ireland. [Creations, Baronet, 1662, and Baron, 1718] ar. a cross sa. betw. four seaaylets of the second.-Crest, a sea-aylet with wings displ. sa. in a ducal coronet or. Supporters, two mariners, the dexter holding a forstaff, the sinister, a leadline, all ppr. Motto, Steady.

Aylmer, [Essex, 1607] ar. a cross betw. four sea-aylets sa. beaked and legged gu.-Crest, on a marquess's coronet or, an aylet's head erased sa. beaked gu. betw. two eagles' wings expanded gold.

Aylmer, [London] or, on a cross engr. betw. four martlets sa, five bezants within a bordure gobonated purp. and art

Aylmer, ar. a fesse betw. three asses pass. gu. AYLOFFE, [Braxted Magna, Essex, and Framfield, Suss.] sa. a lion ramp. collared gu. betw. three crosses formée or. Crest, a demi lion or, collared gu. Ayloffe, [Suff.] The same.

Ayloffe, sa. a lion ramp. guard. or, collared gu. charged with three crosses of the second.-Crest, a demi lion ramp. or.

Ayloffe, [Kent and Wilts.] quarterly gu. and sa. a lion ramp. betw. three crosses formée fitchée or, collared az. within a bordure pellettée.

AYLOFT, ar. a fesse betw. three hens sa.

AYLWARD, [Suff.] ar. on a saltier az. betw. four griffins' heads erased gu. a leopard's face and four lozenges or. Aylward, ar. on a cross az. a leopard's face betw. four lozenges or.

AYLWARDE, or ALWARDE, [Suff.] ar. a saltier az. betw. four griffins' heads erased gu.

AYLWORTH, [Devons. Glouc. and Kent] ar. a fesse engr. betw. six billets gu.-Crest, an arm habited sa. issuing out of rays or, in the hand ppr. a human skull ar. Aylworth, [Somers.] ar. on a fesse engr. cottised betw. six (Another, three) billets gu. three infants' heads couped at the shoulders of the first, crined or.-Crest, as the last.

Aylworth, [Essex] az. a fleur-de-lis or, betw. three be

zants.

Aylworth, ar. on a fesse engr. gu. a crescent of the first betw. six billets of the second.

Aylworth, ar. a chev. engr. betw. six billets gu. Aylworth, sa. a chev. betw. three garbs or. AYNCOTES, ar. three covered cups az. on a chief gu. a tower or, betw. two lions pass. of the field.-Crest, a cup covered or, betw. two wings sa. AYNCOTTS, ar. three covered cups az. a chief gu. Ayncotts, ar. a tower triple-towered az. betw, three cups covered, the lower part sa. the upper of the second. -Crest, a squirrel sejant gu. collared or. AYNCOURT, ar. a fesse dancettée betw. ten billets sa. in chief a label of three points gu. Ayncourt, az. billettée, a fesse dancettée or. AYNESFORD, gu. a fret engr. erm. Aynesford, or Alford, gu. fretty erm.

AYNESWORTH, [Lane.] gu. three battle-axes ar.-Crest, two battle-axes in saltier ppr. Motto, Courage sans peur.

Aynesworth, az. three spades ar. (Another, within a bordure or.)-Crest, as the last.

Aynesworth, ar. on a bend sa. three crescents of the first. AYNFORD. See AYLFORD.

AYNISWORTH. See AYNESWORTH, Lanc.

AYNSCOMB, [Mayfield, Suss. and Cowdon, Kent] ar. a chev. betw. three fleurs-de-lis sa.-Crest, an arm couped at the elbow and erect ppr. holding in the hand a fleur-de-lis sa.

AYNSCOURT, ar. an imperial eagle displ. gu. AYNSWORTH, sa. on a bend ar. three crescents of the field.

AYOT, vert, on a chev. ar. three pheons sa. AYPE, erm. a bend gu.—Crest, an antelope pass. ar. collared sa.

AYRE, [Walton, Devons.] gu. on a bend betw. six crosses formée fitchée ar. three mullets sa.

Ayre, [Isle of Ely] ar. on a chev. sa. three quatrefoils or.
Ayre, [Notts.] gu. three maitlets ar. membered or.-
Crest, on a ducal coronet or, a wivern vert.
Ayre, ar. a bend az. betw. two mullets gu.
AYRMIN, [Linc.] ar. a saltier engr. and a chief
AYRTON, parted per cross gu. and or, on the first and
fourth an escallop ar.

gu.

AYSCOUGH, sa. a fesse betw. three asses pass. ar.
Ayscough, [Confirmed, 11 Jan. 1772] sa. a fesse or,
betw. three asses erm.-Crest, an ass erm.
Ayscough. See Askue, Newcastle.

AYSCUE, [Linc.] ar. three asses' heads couped sa.
AYSHBERTON. See ASHBERTON.
AYSHCOMB, [Liford, Berks.] or, a lion ramp. gu. armed
and langued az. tail forked, a chief of the third.
AYSHE. See ACHE, or ECHE.

AYSILDEY, ar. a lion ramp. gu. collared of the field, and
charged on the shoulder with a mullet az.
AYSINGCOURT, ar. an eagle displ. with two heads gu.
-Crest, an eagle's head betw. two wings ppr.
AYSKEW, ar. a fesse betw. three asses pass. sa.-Crest, a
man's head affrontée couped at the shoulders ppr.
AYSON, [Essex and London] ar. a mullet sa. in the dex-
ter point a fleur-de-lis gu.-Crest, out of a mural crown
ar. a griffin's head gu. ducally gorged or.

AYTON, barry of six or and az. on a canton gu. a cross pattée ar. Crest, a hand gauntleted holding a hawk's lure ppr.

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Ayton, gu. a cross patonce ar.

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BAA, [Beds.] gu. a chev. betw. three plates. Baa, or Bao, [Beds.] gu. a chev. betw. three mullets ar. (Another, the mullets with six points pierced ar.) BAAD, or BAD, [Scotland] quarterly, first and fourth az. a gally ar. second and third or, a crescent sa.-Crest, a dexter hand ppr. holding a trident az. BAAH, [Devons.] The same as BAA, Beds. Baah, gu. a chev. betw. three annulets ar. BAALUN. See BALUN.

BAARE, or BARE, gu. three lions ar. BABALAKE, ar. on a chev. betw. three crosslets fitchée az. five bezants.

BABASTRE, az. four fusils in pale or. BABB, or BABE, barry of six ar. and sa. on a canton of the last, a leopard's face or.-Crest, a dexter hand erect, pointing with two fingers to the sun ppr. BABBINGTON, gu. three bezants. (Another, plates.) BABBWELL. See BABWELL.

BABE, [Dorchester] See BABB.
BABEHAM, or BABEHAW, [London] sa. on a chev. betw.
three wings ar. as many torteauxes, each charged with
a pheon or.--Crest, a demi man ppr. wreathed on the
head with a knot gu. holding in his right hand a wing
sa. guttée or.

Babeham, sa. on a chev. or, betw. three wings ar. three
torteauxes, each charged with an eagle's head or.
BABEHAW. See BABEHAM.

BABELAKE, ar. on a chev. betw. three cross crosslets
fitchée az. three annulets of the first.
BABEPULL, az. a chev. betw. three (Another, ten) cross
crosslets or.

BABER, [Somers. and Midd.] ar. on a fesse gu. three
hawks' heads erased of the first.-Crest, on a mount
vert, a cock, with wings expanded ar. comb, wattles,
and legs gu.

Baber, [Somers, and Oxon] ar. on a chev. sa. betw. three ogresses, each charged with a martlet of the first, as many mascles or.

BABETOTE, erm. on a chief or, three bendlets sa. BABINGTON, [Dethickin, Oxon, and Derb.] ar. ten torteauxes four, three, two, and one, in chief a label of three points az.-Crest, a demi bat displ. gu.; also, a dragon's head betw. two dragons' wings gu. out of his mouth a scroll.

Babington, [Lodley, Leic. Dors. and Staffs.] ar. ten torteauxes four, three, two, and one.-Crest, a fox's head ppr.

Babington, ar. three stags' heads cabossed ppr.-Crest, out of a ducal coronet a demi eagle displ. ppr. Motto, In solitus docuere nisus.

Babington, ar. on a chev. sa. betw. three ogresses, as
many roses of the field.

Babington, gu. ten plates ar. four, three, two, and one.
(Another, adds a label of three points or.)
BABLAKE. See BABELAKE.

BABTHORP, [Yorks.] sa. a chev. or, betw. three cres

cents erm.-Crest, a cockatrice's head erased ar. beak-
ed, combed, and wattled or.

Babthorp, [Yorks.] sa. a chev. betw. three crescents erm.
Babthorp, [Yorks.] sa. a chev. or, betw. three crescents

ar.

Bubthorp, ar. on a chev. sa. five fleurs-de-lis of the field.
Babthorp, sa. a chev. ar. betw. three crescents erm.
Babthorp, sa. a chev. betw. three crescents ar.
Babthorp, gu. a fret ar.

Babthorp, gu. fretty ar. on a canton barry of six ar. and
az. an orle of martlets of the first.

Babthorp, ar. fretty gu. on a canton barry of eight gu. and or, a cross pattée of the last.

BACHELER, [Berks. 1606] or, a fesse betw. three dra-
gons' heads couped sa.-Crest, a dragon's head erased
or, vulned in the neck gu.

Bacheler, ar. a bend betw. three wings az. (Another, sa.)
BACHER, gu. two bendlets, the one or, and the other ar.
BACK, ar. an eagle recursant, wings, overture, sa.
BACKAS. The same as Backhouse.
BACKCOMBE, [Devons.] ar. three bats displ. sa.
BACKHOUSE, Edward, Esq. [Sunderland, Durham] per
saltier or and az. a saltier erm.-Crest, upon a snake
embowed, nowed at the tail an eagle displayed. Motto,
Confido in Deo.
(A Subscriber)
Backhouse, [Cumb. Kent, and London] The same.
Backhouse, [Swallowfield, Berks.] or, a saltier erm.
BACKHURST, az. a saltier erm.
BACKIE, or BAIKIE, [Tankerness, Orkney] ar. on a
chev. gu. accompanied with three flames of fire, a lion
ramp. betw. two stars of the field.-Crest, a flame of
fire ppr. Motto, Commodum non damnum.
Backie, ar. three flames gu.-Crest, a sword and cross
crosslet fitchée in saltier ppr.

BACKOмB, ar. a chev. betw. three bats gu.
BACKS, [Trumpington, Cambr.] erm. on a bend gu. three
eagles displ. or.

BACKWELL, [Midd.] paly of six ar. and az. on a chief gu.
a lion pass. or.

Backwell, [London] ar. on a chev. sa. three covered cups or.-Crest, out of a mural crown or, a demi bull sa. BACKWITH, sa. on a fesse betw. three billets in chief and one in base ar. each charged with a mullet az. three fleurs-de-lis of the first.

BACON, Bart. [Premier, Redgrave, Suff. 22 May, 1611] quarterly, first and fourth gu. on a chief ar. two mullets sa. for Bacon; second and third, barry of six or and az. over all, a bend gu. for Quapladde.-Crest, a boar pass. erm. Motto, Mediocra firma.

Bacon, [Newton Cup, Durham, and Stewart Pile, N.umb.
Granted, 1752] erm. a wild boar pass. az. bristled,
armed, and unguled or, langued gu. on a chief of the
third, two mullets of the fourth.-Crest, a demi wild
boar ramp. guard. az. bristled, armed, and unguled or,
langued gu. holding in the mouth a tilting spear ar.
stricken in the shoulder, and vulned ppr..

Bacon, [Hants.] az. three boars pass. ar.
Bacon, [Harlston, Norf.] ar. a fleur-de-lis betw. three
boars pass. or.-Crest, a demi boar erect or, armed
and bristled az.

Bacon, [Hesset, Norf.] ar. on a fesse engr. gu. betw.
three escutcheons of the second, as many mullets ar.
pierced sa.-Crest, a talbot's head sa. erased
ing in the mouth a deer's leg or.

Babthorp, sa. five plates betw. two chev. and three lozen-Bacon, [Norf.] az. three boars pass. or.
ges ar.

BABTOT, [Byfold, Heref.] erm. on a chief az. three talbots' heads couped ar.

BABWELL, or BABBWELL, [Midd.] paly of six ar. and az.
over all, an eagle displ. sa. armed or. (Another, adds
a bend gu.) Crest, a gate or.

BACEY, gu. à chev. ar. betw. three plates.
BACHECOT, or, on a bend engr. gu. three spread eagles
of the first.

BACHE, [Stanton] or, a lion ramp. reguard. within a bor-
dure bezantée sa.-Crest, a demi lion ramp. reguard.
holding in the paw a bezant.

gu. hold

Bacon, [Gillingham, Norf. and Redgrave, Suff.] gu. on a chief ar. two mullets sa.-Crest, a boar pass. erm. armed and hoofed or.

Bacon, [Lounde, in Lovingland, Suff.] The same.
Bacon, [Twyhouse, Somers.] ar. a fesse betw. three round
buckles gu.-Crest, a grey-hound's head erased sa.
holding in the mouth a stag's foot or.

Bacon, [Suff.] gu. three trefoils pierced ar.
Bacon, [Suff.] ar. a fesse engr. betw. three escutcheons
gu. charged with as many mullets or.
Bacon, [Suff.] az. on a fesse betw. three fleurs-de-lis or,
as many griffins' heads erased of the field.

Bacon, [Yorks.] gu. on a chief ar. two mullets with six | BADFORD, or BADISHFORD, [Kent] az. three eagles points sa. pierced or..

Bacon, gu. on a chev. ar. two mullets sa.

Bacon, gu. three cinquefoils pierced ar. (Another, erm.) Bacon, gu. three escutcheons ar.

Bacon, gu. a cross engr. erm. on a chief vert, two mullets or.

Bacon, az. three boars' heads or.

BACONTHORP, az. three peacocks' (Another, lapwings') heads erased or.

BACONTHORPE, az. three griffins' heads erased or.
Baconthorpe, ar. a cross engr. gu.

BACOT, or BACOTT, erm. on a bend gu. three eagles displ. or.

BACTON, sa. three bars gemelles ar. on a canton of the second, a crescent of the first.

BACWORT, or, on a saltier engr. sa. a mullet ar.
BACY, gu. a chev. ar. betw. three bezants.
BAD. The same as BAAD.

BADBY, [North-Okende, Essex] sa. a chev. engr. erm. betw. three swans ar.

Badby, [London, 1383] ar. a saltier betw. four rooks sa. -Crest, a sphinx pass. guard. ppr. wings endorsed. Badby, [Suff.] sa. a chev. engr. betw. three swans ar. Badby, ar. a saltier engr. gu. betw. four crows ppr. Badby, ar. a saltier engr. sa. betw. three rooks ppr. BADCOCK, [St. Winow, Cornw.] sa. a fesse betw. three cocks ar.

Badcock, [Essex, and Kensington, Midd.] sa. on a pale ar. three cocks gu.-Crest, a stag lodged and guard. betw. two branches of laurel in orle, ppr. Badcock, [Devons.] The same arms.-Crest, a demi cock

[blocks in formation]

saltier ar.

BADDELEY, or BADLEY, erminois, a bend sa. BADDELSMERE. The same as Badelesmere, Yorks. BADDER, .... Crest, on the stump of a tree fesseways couped and eradicated, a lion sejant. BADDIFORD, [Dartmouth, Devons.] erm. on a bend flory counter-flory sa. three eagles displ. or.-Crest, an eagle's head or, crowned with a coronet flory sa. betw. two branches of lilies ar. stalked and leaved vert. BADDINGTON, gu. three bezants.

BADE, ar. six fleurs-de-lis az. two, one, two and one. BADEL, ar. a chev, engr. betw. three escallops az. BADELISMERE, or BADLISMERE, ar. a fesse and canton

gu.

Badelismere, or Budislewe, [Yorks.] ar. a fesse betw. two bars gemelles gu. (Another, adds a label of three points az.)-Crest, a lion's gamb erased sa. holding a laurel branch vert.

BADEN, ar. on a bend double cottised sa. three eagles displ. or.

BADENOCK, [Scotland] or, three lions' heads erased gu. BADESBURY, az. fretty ar. a fesse betw. two cottises gu. BADEWE, ar. on a bend cottised sa. three eagles of the field. (Another, the eagles or.)

displ. in bend betw. two cottises ar.

BADGER, or BAGEHOTT, [Cambr. Glouc. and Leic.] erm. on a bend gu. three eagles or.-Crest, a buck's head cabossed sa. betw. the attires a grey-hound currant ar. collared gu.

Badger, or, a badger pass. sa.-Crest, a badger ppr. BADHAM, or, on a cross gu. five mullets of the first.Crest, an eagle displ. with two heads, charged on the breast with a saltier

BADIFFORDE, az. on a bend cottised ar. three eagles displ. gu.

BADISFORD, az. three eagles displ. ar. betw. two bendlets of the second.

BADISHFORD. See BADFORD.
BADISLEWE. See BADELISMERE.

BADLAND, ar. three spindles in fesse threaded or.
BADLESMERE, ar. a fesse double cottised gu.
BADLISMERE. See BADELISMERE.
BADLOWE, per chev. erm. and sa. two grey-hounds in
full course, within a bordure of France.
BADRICK, sa. a fillet, a chev. humettée reversed ar.
BADSTONE, ar. three bats' wings displ. sa.
BADTHORPE, gu. a fret ar. a canton with the arms of
BRECKNOCK.

BADYE, ar. (Another, or,) a bend az.
BADZENOCK, or, three lion's heads erased gu.
BAETT, or BATT, sa. a fesse betw. three hands erect or.
-Crest, a demi lion or, guttée de sang.

BAFFORD, [Notts.] sa. three dancing bears or, a bordure

ar.

Bafford, [Yorks.] ar. a saltier sa. (Another, adds a label of three points gu.)

Bafford, sa. three dancing bears or.
BAFYN, sa. an escutcheon erm.
BAGARET, erm. on a bend gu. three escallops or.
BAGECROFT, [Bexwell, Norf.] ar.
a lion ramp. sa.
armed or.

Bagecroft, [Norf.] ar. a lion sa. tail forked.
Bagecroft, ar. a fesse gu. betw. three eagles displ. sa.
BAGED, ar. two chev. az.
BAGEHOTT. See BADGer.
BAGELEY, ar. three fusils az.

Bageley, or Bagley, or, three lozenges az.-Crest, on the top of a spear issuing a wivern sans legs tail nowed in a knot.

BAGENALD, sa. a leopard's face betw. eight martlets in

orle or.

BAGENDEN, or, on a pale sa. three stars of the first. BAGENHOLT, per saltier or and erm. a lion ramp. az. BAGER, gu. a goat pass. ar.

Bager, and Baget, [Cambr.] See BADGER. BAGESOVER, [Salop.] gu. a fesse betw. three birds ar. BAGG, [Plymouth, Devons. Granted, 1607] paly and bendy of six counterchanged ar. and gu. on a chief or, three cinquefoils az.-Crest, a cinquefoil az. betw. two wings endorsed, the dexter gu. the other ar.

BAGGE, az. a griffin segreant erm. betw. three cinquefoils ar.-Crest, a sword in pale, supporting a garland of laurel, ppr.

BAGGINTON, or BAGGINGTON, or, a pile az. BAGGOTT, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three martlets sa. BAGGS, lozengy gu. and ar. on a chief of the second, three cinquefoils of the first.-Crest, a rose charged

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