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

The arms of those gentlemen whose surname begins with R.


Argent, a chevron between three ravens' heads erased Sable. 


(Row of Marfield: Harl 1424, fo. 121)
Argent, a beehive beset with bees diversely volant Sable.
Macclesfield; granted 20th March 1653.                                                                                                                             

Rede de Rode (actually Rode of Rode : Harl 1424, fo 120b)

Argent, two trefoils Sable a chief of the second.                                                                                                                             


Or, on a bend cottised Gules three crescents Argent.                                                                                                                   


Or, a fesse wavy in chief three martlets? (tincture?)
[This is a guess for illustrative purposes only]                                                                                          


Azure, a plate between three crescents Argent.                                                                                    



Gules, a lion passant in chief and in base three garbs Argent.

Burke's GA records - Rutter cos. Chester and Gloucester, and Stratford-upon-Avon co. Warwick; confirmed by the Deputies of Camden , Clarenceux, to Thomas Rutter, of Stratford, third son of William Rutter, of Quenton co. Glocuester, who was descended from Rutter, of Kingsley, co. Chester.                                                                                                 


Rutter de Kingsley

Gules, three garbs Or on a chief Azure a lion passant Argent.                                                                                                        


Argent, an ox  passant Gules through  reeds proper.                                                                                                


Gules, a lion rampant Argent between eight pheons of the last.                                                                                           

There are then two blank shields followed by the arms of those gentlemen whose surname begins with S.


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