Armorial Bearings Featured in The
Vale Royal of
England first published by Daniel King in 1656
Argent a bend double cottised
Azure two bars Sable.
Sable a fesse hummette Argent.
Bostock de Churton
Sable a fesse hummette Argent a crescent for
Sable a fesse hummette Argent a mullet for difference within a bordure
Sable a fesse hummette Argent a mullet for difference.
Bostock de St.
a fesse wavy hummette
Argent a mullet for difference.
three delves Argent.
Quarterly per fess indented Gules and Or.
Bramley de Basford
Quarterly per fess indented Or and Gules within a bordure
Bramley de Chedelton
Argent on a chevron Gules five bezants
Argent on a chevron Gules five bezants within a bordure engrailed of
second (another Sable).
Bird, anciently Byrde (Broxton Co. Chester anciently of Charlton in
Argent a cross flory between four martlets Gules a canton Azure.
Edward III Azure a bend Argent cottised Ermine between six martlets
Ermine three mascules
a cross patonce Or.
Boidell (Boydell) :
Argent on a fesse engrailed Azure three mullets of the
Argent a chevron Gules between three
Argent on a chevron Sable three pheons of the
Argent an eagle displayed Sable armed
Argent three boars' heads erect and erased Sable langued
Argent three double brackets
Argent a bend between six bees
Quarterly per fesse indented Sable and Argent in the first quarter a ?
(roundel of some kind) Or.
The Visitation of Cheshire 1580 records Bressey as : Quarterly, per
fesse dancety Sable and Argent, in dexter quarter a mallard of the
second, beaked Gules.
Argent on a bend Sable three chess rooks of the