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Fitz-Ralph, or, three chev. gu. fretty ar.

Fitz-Ralph, barruly, ar. and az. three chaplets of roses gu. leaved vert.

FITZRANDALL, az. a chief indented or.
FITZ-RANDOLFE, az. fretty or, a chief of the last.
FITZ-RANDOLPH, [N.umb.] or, a chief indented az.
Fitz-Randolph, az. fretty, and a chief or.

FITZ-RANULPH, [Derb. and Notts. Temp. Hen. II.] az. two chev. or.

FITZ-RAUFE, or, three chev. gu. on each as many fleursde-lis ar.-Crest, on a mount vert, a hind statant, ppr.

Fitz-Raufe, [Suff.] or, three chev. gu. the first and second charged with five, and the third with three, fleurs-de-lis

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FITZ-RAYMOND, DE HAYE, [Earl of Carlisle] ar. three escutcheons gu.

FITZ-RAYNARD, or FITZ-RAYNOLD, gu. six lions ramp. ar.-Crest, two wings conjoined, ppr.

FITZ-RAYNOLD, [Lanc.] purp. three lions ramp. or.
Fitz-Raynold, [Suff.] gu. three bugle-horns or.
FITZ-REAND, or, a fesse and two chev. in fesse gu. a
canton of the last.

FITZ-REIGNOLD, gu. three lions ramp. or.

FITZ-RERY, [Ireland] ar. a lion ramp. sa. crowned and

armed or.

Fitz-Rery, ar. a lion ramp. az. armed and langued gu. FITZ-RICE, [Ireland] per pale, sa. and erm, a fesse counterchanged.

FITZ-RICHARD, [Linc.] az. on a fesse betw. three cross crosslets fitchée ar. as many torteauxes.

Fitz-Richard, [Lord Mayor of London, 1260, 1261, and 1266] quarterly, ermines and erm. a fesse counterchauged.

Fitz-Richard, ar. on a fesse or, betw. six cross crosslets fitchée.. three roundles az.

Fitz-Richard, or Fitz-Roand, or, a canton, fesse, and chev. gu.-Crest, two dolphins endorsed, haurient, ppr. Fitz-Richard, quarterly, or and gu, a bend sa. Fitz-Richard, per pale, sa. and erm. a fesse counterchanged.

Fitz-Richard, quarterly, ar. and gu. a bendlet sa, a label of the first.

Fitz-Richard, ar. a lion ramp. purp.

Fitz-Richard, or, a cross gu. in the first quarter a lion ramp. sa.

FITZ-ROAND. See FITZ-RICHARD.

FITZ-ROANT, or, a fesse gu. in base a chev. of the second; on a canton of the last, a mullet pierced of the first. FITZ-ROBARTS, or, fretty az. on a canton gu. a cross patonce ar.

FITZ-ROBERT, [N.umb. Temp. K. John] or, two chev gu. FITZ-ROGER, [Linc.] quarterly, or and gu. a bend sa. a label of three points ar.

Fitz-Roger, ar. a lion ramp. purp.-Crest, an eagle's leg erased ar.

Fitz-Roger, gu. three lions ramp. or.

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Fitz-Roger, vair, on a chief gu. three etoiles ar. FITZ-ROHAND, [Leic.] or, two chev. gu. on a canton of the second a lion pass. guard. ar.

FITZ-RONARD, or FITZ-ROWARD, [Bucks.] or, two chev. gu. in chief a lion pass. of the second. Fitz-Ronard, or, two chev. gu. on a canton of the second a lion pass. ar.-Crest, a dove standing on a serpent nowed in a love-knot ppr.

FITZ-RORAND, or, a fesse and chev. gu. on a canton of the second, a mullet of the first, pierced sa. FITZ-ROUTH, or, a fesse, and in base a chev. gu. on a canton of the last, a mullet of the first. FITZ-ROW, [Ireland] quarterly, per fesse indented, or, and az. on the second and third quarters a catharinewheel (Another, a rose) of the first.

Fitz-Row, [Ireland] ar. six roses gu. three, two, and one, on a chief of the second, a lion pass. or. (Another, ar.)

Fitz-Row, [Ireland] ar. three roses gu. on a chief of the second, a lion pass. of the field.

Fitz-Row, per fesse indented, and per pale; first and fourth quarters, or; second and third, az.; each charged with a rose of the first.

Fitz-Row, quarterly, per fesse indented, az. and or.
FITZ-ROWARD. See FITZ-RONARD.

FITZ-ROWE, quarterly, or and az. in the second and third quarters a rose of the first.

FITZROY, Duke of GRAFTON, Earl of Easton and of Arlington, Viscount Thetford, Viscount Ipswich, Baron Arlington of Arlington, and Sudbury of Sudbury; Lord Lieutenant, Vice Admiral, and Cus. Rot. of the Co. of Suff.; hereditary Ranger of Whittlebury Forest, and hereditary Receiver-General of the Profits of the Seals in the Courts of Kings Bench and Common Pleas. [Creutions, Lord Arlington, 14 March, 1663; Earl of Arlington and Visc. Thetford, 22 April, 1672; Baron of Sudbury, Visc. Ipswich, and Earl of Euston, 16 Aug. 1672; Duke, 11 Sept. 1675. Residences, WakefieldLodge, Stoney-Stratford, and Euston-Hall, Thetford ; Town House, 47, Clarges Street, Piccadilly] quarterly; first and fourth, France and England quarterly; second, Scotland; third, Ireland; over all, a sinister baton, compony, ar. and az.-Crest, on a chapeau gu. turned up eim. a lion statant, guard. or, crowned with a ducal coronet az. and gorged with a collar counter-compony ar. and of the fourth. Supporters, dexter, a lion guard. or, crowned with a ducal coronet az. and gorged with a collar, counter-compony ar. and of the second; sinister, a greyhound ar. gorged as the dexter. Motto, Et decus et pretium recti.

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FITZROY, Baron SOUTHAMPTON, of Southampton, Hants. [Creation, 17 Oct. 1780. Residence, FitzroyPlace, Midd.] Arms, crest, supporters, and motto, as the last.

FITZ-ROY, [natural son of Hen. I.] ar. on a canton gu. a lion pass. guard. or.

Fitz-Roy, [Duke of Richmond and Somers. K. G. Temp. Hen. VIII.] France and England, a bordure quarterly, erm. and compony ar. and az. a baton sinister of the second; an inescutcheon quarterly, gu. and vair, or and vert, a lion ramp. ar. on a chief az. a castle betw. two bucks' heads cabossed ar.

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Fite- Thomas, [Ireland] ar. a saltier gu.
Fite-Thomas, [Lord Mayor of London, 1262 to 1265
inclusive, and 1269] az. five eagles displ. ar. a canton

erm.

Pitz-Thomas, ar. a griffin's head erased sa.
Firz-TIPTOFT, or DE GURNEY, Nori.] ar. a saltier
engr. gu, a label of three points az
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-WAKELIN, barry of eight, az. and FITZ-WALKER, or FITZ-WALTER, [Buckmarterly, or and gu. on a bend az. three fleurs-de-a-me first. FITZWALLEN, [Essex] or, two bars and a caron gu. FITZ-WALTER, [Baynard's Castle, London. Im John] or, a fesse betw. two chev. gu.

Fitz-Walter. The same arms.-Crest, a wet heart ppr.

Fitz-Walter, [Earl of Hereford] gu. two bend, one of,
the other ar.

Fitz-Walter, ar. a fesse betw. two chev. gu.
Fitz-Walter, ar. a chev. betw. three buckets g
Fitz-Walter, quarterly, or and gu. a bend az.
Fitz-Walter, gu. on a bend az. three fleurs-de-li a.
FITZWARIN, gu. a fesse or, betw. six martlets at.
Fitzwarin, ar. on a bend az. three bezants, in the sinset
chief a cross crosslet fitchée of the second.
FITZ-WARIN, [Devons.] quarterly, per fesse indemes, u.
and gu.

Fitz-Warin, [Dors.] quarterly, per fesse indented,
and erm.

FITZ-WARINE, [Dors. and Somers. Temp. Edu. III.,
per fesse indented, erm. and gu. in the first quarter a
fret of the last.

FITZWARREN, quarterly, ar. and sa. in the first quarter &
mullet of the second, pierced of the first.
FITZ-WARREN, [Dors.] quarterly, per fesse indented, or
and gu.

Fitz-Warren, [Lanc. Temp. Hen. III.] quarterly, per
fesse indented, ar. and gu.

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Fitz-Warren, per pale, sa. and ar. a chief indented, counterchanged.

Fitz- Warren, quarterly, erm. and gu. in chief a label of
three points az.

Fitz-Warren, quarterly, per fesse indented, or and gu. a
chief indented, counterchanged.
Fitz- Warren, chequy, or and az. (Another, or and gu.)
FITZ-WARYN, quarterly, per fesse indented, erm. and gu.
-Crest, a wivern, wings expanded, gu.
FITZ-WATER, [Cumb.] ar. a chev. sa. betw. three buckles

gu.

Fitz- Water, [Essex] ar. a fesse betw. two chev. gu.
Fitz-Water, [Essex] or, a fesse betw. two chev. gu. (Ano-
ther, charges the fesse with a crescent ar.)
Fitz-Water, gu. two bends, the upper or, the lower ar.
Fitz-Water. The same arms.-Crest, a lion ramp. or.
Fitz-Water, [Yorks.] ar. a chev. betw. three chaplets sa.
Fitz- Water, ar. on a chev. sa. betw. four roses gu. three
square buckles or.

Fitz-Water, quarterly, or and gu. on a bend az. three
fleurs-de-lis ar.

within a bordure of the last, bezantée.-Crest, a phoenix. az. beaked or, in flames gu.

Fitz-William, lozengy, ar. and gu.-Crest, a trefoil stalked
raguly and slipped ar.

Fitz-William, ar. on a bend sa. three etoiles of the field.
Fitz- William, barry of eight, ar. and az. three chaplets gu.
Fitz- William, gu. on a bend cottised ar. three martlets

vert.

Fitz. William, ar. a chev. betw. three cross crosslets within
a bordure sa.

Fitz- William, quarterly, per fesse indented, ar. and gu.;
in the first quarter a mullet of six points sa.
Fitz- William, az. three bendlets or.

FITZWILLIAMS, [Essex] lozengy, ar. and gu. within a
bordure az. charged with six bezants and as many fleurs-
de-lis gold, alternately.

Fitzwilliams, [Cornw.] az. three bends or.
Fitzwilliams, lozengy, ar. and gu. in fesse a fleur-de-lis
betw. the points of a crescent, both or.
FITZ-WILLIAMS, [Linc.] ar. a cross engr. sa.
Fitz- Williams, [Malton, Yorks.] ar. a chev. betw. three
dice sa. each charged with a cinquefoil of the first.
Fitz. Williams, fusily, ar. and gu. (Another adds a bor--
dure az. flory or.)

Fitz- Water, ar. a chev. sa. betw. three round buckles gu.
FITZ-WELL, [Bucks.] paly of six, ar. and gu.
FITZ-WIGHT, gu. two bends engr. or.-Crest, on a cha-
peau ppr. a lion pass. guard. az.
Fitz-Wight, az. three griffins pass. in pale, ar.
FITZ-WILLEAN, [Ireland] Same arms and crest as Earl FITZ-WYTHE. The same.
FITZWILLIAM.

FITZWILLIAM, Earl FITZWILLIAM, Viscount Milton of
Norborough, Lord Fitzwilliam, Baron of Milton, in the
Peerage of England; Earl Fitzwilliam, Viscount Milton,
and Baron Fitzwilliam of Lifford, in that of Ireland.
[Creations, Baron, 1 Dec. 1620; Visc. and Earl, 21 July,
1716 (Irish honors); Baron, 19 April, 1742, Visc. and
Earl, 6 Sept. 1746 (English honors.) Residences, Mil-
ton, near Peterborough, N.amp. and Wentworth House,
near Rotheram, Yorks.: Town House, 4, Grosvenor
Square] lozengy, ar. and gu.-Crest, out of a ducal
coronet or, a triple plume of ostrich's feathers ar. Sup-
porters, two savage men, wreathed about the heads and
waists with leaves vert, holding in their exterior hands
a tree eradicated, the top broken, all ppr. Motto, Ap-
petitus rationi pareat.
FITZWILLIAM, Viscount FITZWILLIAM, of Merion, and
Baron Fitzwilliam, of Thorncastle, in the Co. of Dublin.
[Creation, 5 Aug. 1629] lozengy, ar. and gu.-Crest,
out of a ducal coronet or, a double plume of five ostrich's
feathers ar. Supporters, two ostriches ar. each holding
in the beak a horse-shoe or. Motto, Deo adjuvante, non
timendum.

FITZ-WILLIAM, [Gainspark-Hall, Essex; Milton, N.amp.
Lanc. and Westm.] The same arms and crest.
Fitz-William, [Essex] lozengy, ar. and gu. within a bor-
dure az. bezantée.

Fitz-William, [Ireland] gu. a fesse betw. six escallops ar.
Fitz-William, [Chaworth, Linc.] lozengy, erm. and gu.
-Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a double plume of
feathers ar.

Fitz-William, [Mablethorp, Linc.] lozengy, ar. and gu.
in fesse a fleur-de-lis of the second, within a bordure sa.
bezantée.

Fitz-William, [Oldward, Surrey] lozengy, ar. and gu.
-Crest, a tiger pass. sa. ducally gorged and lined ar.

FITZ-WITH, [Norf.] az. three griffius pass. or.
Fitz-With, gu. two bends or.

FITZYLAY, gu. a saltier or, on a chief of the last, three
mullets of the first.

FITZ-ZIMON, ar. three eagles displ. vert.-Crest, a mon-
key ppr. environed about the middle.
FIXMAGE, [Ashfield, Suff.] See FERMAGE.
FLAMANK, or FLAMOCK, [Buscane, Cornw.] ar. a cross
betw. four mullets pierced gu.-Crest, a saracen's head
ppr. banded round the temples or.
FLAMBERT, [Cambr. and Essex] gu. on a chev. engr. ar.
three dolphins vert.

Flambert, gu. on a bend ar. three dolphins embowed vert.
FLAMENS, gu. three mascles (Another, pierced) or.
FLAMERS, gu. three mascles or.
FLAMMICKE, or FLAMMYKE, ar. a cross betw. four mul-
lets gu.

ELAMOCK. See FLAMANK.
FLAMSTED, [Ruston and Denton, N.amp.] or, three bars
sa. on a chief of the second a lion pass. of the first.-
Crest, a talbot's head ar. erased gu. gorged with a bar
gemelle or, eared of the last.

FLAMVILE, [Leic.] ar. a maunch az.-Crest, two battle-
axes endorsed saltierways, ensigned by a dove, all ppr.
Flamvile, [Leic.] ar. a maunch az. charged with three

bezants.

Flamvile, [Leic.] ar. a maunch gu. bezantée..
FLAMYN, ar. a cross betw. four mullets gu.
FLANAGAN, [Ireland] az. the sun in splendour or, betw.
an increscent and decrescent, in fesse, ar.--Crest, a lion's
paw holding a crescent.

FLANDERS, [Warw.] ar. a fesse gu. in chief three mullets

sa.

Flanders, or, a lion ramp. sa. over all a bend gu.-Crest,
a harp gu.

Flanders, or, a lion ramp. ar.
Flanders, or, a lion ramp. sa. within a bordure engr. gu.
Flanders, barry of six, ar. and sa. in chief three mulletss

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Feetwood, Callicle, Stuffs] per pale nebulée, az. and sales contendanged.

Fietimo, per pe el, ar. and sa. six martlets counteredged, ant and two.

Feetwood,, dascallop of the first. Horns, Hiny, Ber] per pale, or and sa. a chev. counrecedasued. Gest to las gumbs in saltier sa. enfiled

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Honing, [Glouc.] gu. fretty or, a fesse az.
Fleming, [Stoneham and Southampton, Hants. Confira

June, 1584] gu. on a chev. betw. three owls ar. a em. spot sa.-Crest, an eagle displ. sa. beaked, legge and ducally gorged or.

Fleming, [Croston, Lanc. Founder of Lincoln Coll. Om barry of six, ar. and az. in chief three lozenges gu. Fleming, [Lane.] ar, two bars sa in chief three gad-fi of the second.

Fleming, [Salop and Wales] gu. three crescents, in fes erm, betw, seven cross crossies fichée (Another or.)-Crest, a dexter hand in armour, holding a sword all ppr

Fleming, [Board, Scotlandu, we, as, three cinque foils as all within a double tresse fors, counterflory of the second-Crest, a gas head sed ppr. Mott

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Fleming, or, a fret sa.

Fleming, gu. a cinquefoil pierced erm.
Fleming, gu. a chev. betw. three owls ar.

Fleming, az. a cinquefoil erm. charged with an annulet of
the first.

Fleming, per saltier, or and gu. in chief a culverin, lying bendways, az. fired ppr. on the mouth a ball sa. a chev. betw. three owls ar. beaked and legged of the first. Fleming, az. three bars ar. on a chief of the last, as many pair of wings conjoined gu.

vai Fleming, gu. three crescents erm. betw. nine cross crosslets

or.

FLEMINGE, ar. a fesse engr. gu. in the dexter chief a

rose.

Fleminge, gu. a fret ar. and a chief or.

FLEMINGS, ar. two bars betw. three butterflies volant sa. FLEMMING, [Brompton Park, Midd.] ar. a chev. gu. within a double tressure flory, counterflory, of the last. -Crest, a goat's head.

Flemming, ar. a fret gu. and fesse az.

FLEMYNG, [Glouc. and Lanc.] gu. fretty ar. a fesse az. Flemyng, [Yorks.] gu. fretty or, a fesse az.

Flemyng, gu. fretty ar. a fesse of the last.-Crest, a hand issuing, pulling a rose from a bush ppr. Flemyng, sa. a fret ar.

1 Flemyng, ar. on a bend sa. three owls of the first. Flemyng, ar. fretty gu. over all a label of three points

vert.

Flemyng, barry of six, az. and ar. in chief three maunches gu.

FLEMYNGHAM, sa. a chev. erm. betw. three covered cups

or.

FLERIOR, or, on a chief az. three fleurs-de-lis ar. FLESHE, ar. a fesse engr. gu. in chief an annulet of the last.

FLESHER, [Scotland] ar. on a fesse az. betw. two mullets in chief and a martlet in base, gu. a wolf's head erased

or.

FLESHING, ar. a fesse indented gu. Fleshing, or, two bars gemelles az.

FLETCHER, Bart. [Clea-Hall, Cumb. 20 May, 1782; also of Ashley Park, Surrey] sa. a cross engr. ar. betw. four plates, each charged with an arrow of the first.Crest, a horse's head ar. charged with a trefoil gu. Motto, Martis non cupidinis.

FLETCHER, Bart. [Newcastle under Line, and Betley, Staffs. 24 Aug. 1798] See BOUGHEY. FLETCHER, Bart. [Carrow, Cork, 14 Dec. 1812] sa. on a cross engr. erm. betw. four plates, each charged with a pheon erect, az. a sword in pale ppr.; on a canton or, a wreath of laurel vert.-Crest, out of a mural crown or, a horse's head erm. gorged with a wreath of laurel

vert.

Fletcher, [Ches.] sa. a cross engr. ar. betw. four plates, each charged with an arrow of the field.-Crest, a pheon per pale, erm. and sa. point upwards.

Fletcher, [Hutton, Cumb.] Arms the same.-Crest, a horse's head ar.

Fletcher, [Mawgan, Cornw.] erm. a cross moline sa. Fletcher, [Hutton in the Forest, Cumb.] ar. a saltier engr. sa. betw. four pellets, each charged with a pheon of the field.

Fletcher, [Tallantine, and Hutton Hall, Cumb.] ar. a cross engr. sa. betw. four ogresses, charged with as many pheons of the field.-Crest, a nag's head ar. charged with a trefoil gu. (Another crest, a horse's head erased ar.)

Fletcher, [Glouc.] sa. a cross flory betw. four escallops ar.-Crest, a demi blood-hound az. langued gu. ducally gorged or.

Fletcher, [Swinford, Leic. and Coventry, Warw.] sa. a cross flory ar. surmounted of another of the first, betw. four escallops of the second.-Crest, a demi talbot ramp. az, eared or.

Fletcher, [London, and Woodstock, Oxon. Granted 26 April, 1613] gu. a chev. ar. betw. three laurel-leaves of the second, on a canton, per bend sinister, vert and az. three fleurs-de-lis or, eight bezants.-Crest, a fleurde-lis.. semée of roundles..

Fletcher, [Candover, Salop] sa. two pole-axes in saltier ar. ducally crowned or.

Fletcher, [Ireland] ar. a chev. betw. three mullets sa.-Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a plume of three ostrich's feathers az. banded of the first.

Fletcher, [Salton, Scotland] The same arms and crest as of Glouc. Motto, Dieu pour nous.

Fletcher, [Aberlady, Scotland] The same arms within a bordure engr. ar. for diff. -Crest, a demi lion az. holding in the dexter paw a cross crosslet fitchée or. Motto, Fortis in arduis.

Fletcher [Chichester, Suss. Granted 15 Dec. 1767] sa. on a cross flory, betw. four escallops ar. a cross couped of the first, a canton erm.-Crest, a talbot pass. ar. pellettée.

Fletcher, quarterly, sa. and ar. a cross flory counterchan ged.

Fletcher, ar. a chev. betw. three mullets sa. Fletcher, ar. a cross engr. sa. betw. four pellets, on each an arrow of the first..

FLETE, ar. a chev. sa. in base a trefoil slipped of the second.

Fleshing, ar. a fesse party per fesse indented, gu. and or, Flete. See Fleet, Kent. double cottised az.

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