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The Armorial Bearings Featured in The Vale Royal of England first published by Daniel King in 1656

More arms of those gentlemen whose surname begins with M.






Mere de Mere

Argent, an ancient three masted vessel sails furled Sable.                                                                                                                          






Marbury

Quarterly:
1 & 4 Sable, a cross engrailed Argent between four pheons of the second
2 & 3 Or, on a fesse cottised Azure three garbs of the field.                                                                                                                  






Marbury

Or, on a fesse engrailed Azure three garbs Or.                                                                                                                





Morvile

Or, three boars' heads necks couped Azure tusked Argent.                                              
                                                                    
                                                                                                                           






Milneton

Argent, on a cross engrailed Azure five garbs Or.                                                                                 






Milneton
(Milnston)
Azure, three millstones Argent each charged with a millrind Sable.                                                                                                          

 
Mootlow?
Or, a bend Azure between six roses Gules.   

 The nearest match to this blazon 'Argent a Bend between six Roses Gules' was found in Papworth's 'Ordinary of Arms' in the name of BRIDEPORT from Somerset and another of 'Argent a Bend between six Roses Gules seeded of the field barbed Vert' in the name of WARNER from London. The only arms there with an Or field are 'Or a Bend engrailled between six Roses Gules' in the name of WARNER from Essex and Yorkshire and another WARNER variation of 'Or a Bend engrailled between six Roses Gules barbed Vert' from Essex, Sussex and Yorkshire.  (G2)                                                                                                              





Maxfeld
(Maxfield) Gules, a cross engrailed Ermine.          
                                                                                                                                     






Maxfeld (Macclesfield)

Argent, a lion rampant Azure holding a garb Or.                                                             
                                                                                        






Mandevile
(Mandeville)
Vaire Argent and Gules.                                                                                              

 




Manley

Argent, a dexter hand apaumee couped at the wrist all within a bordure engrailed Sable.                                                                     
                                                                                      

 




Moreton

Argent, three ass's heads erased Gules.                                                                                           

 




Moreton

Argent, on a bend sable three buckles of the field.   
                                                                                                                                          

 




Morton

Quarterly Gules and Or, in the first quarter a stag's head erased Argent.                                                                                   

 




Moulsworth

Argent, on a bend engrailed Sable three pheons of the field.                                                                    

 




Moles [Meales of Meales]

Argent, a bend between two lions' heads erased Sable.                                                                       

 




Millington

Argent, a double headed eagle displayed Sable.                                                                                  






More

Argent, a blackamoore's head couped between three fleur-de-lis Sable.     
                                                                                                                                         

 




Minshull de Minshull

Azure, an estoile of six points issuing from a crescent Argent.                                                             

 




Minshull de Yardswick (Erdswick)

Azure, a crescent between three estoiles of six points Argent.                                                              
                                                                                       

 




Mottram

Sable, on a chevron Argent between three crosses crosslet Or as many cinquefoils Gules.                 
                                                                                  
                              





Modberley
(Moberley or Modburley)
Argent, two chevronels Gules on a canton of the second a cross crosslet fitchee of the first.                               






Moston

Gules, a wyvern Argent.                                                                                                                    






Molineux

Or, a cross moline Azure.  

[These arms are more usually seen as Azure, a cross moline Or.]                                                      






Manning

Gules, a cross patonce between four trefoils slipped Or.                                                                    






Maxfeld Priory
(Maxfield - Macclesfield Priory)
Gules, a mitre between three garbs Or. (Burke records two garbs)                                      
                                                    






Morgan of Moston

Argent, on a bend Gules three cinquefoils Or on a chief Azure three fleur-de-lis of the third, a mulet for difference.                              

There is then one blank shield followed by those gentlemen whose surname begins with N.

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