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






Basford

Sable, a bear salient collared and chained Or.                                                                 
                                                                                             



Belhouse (Bellew)

Sable, a fret Or.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       

 




Ball

Gules, a man's leg couped at the thigh erased at the ankle and erected palewise transfixed with a coulter proper a martlet for difference.                                                                                                              

 



Bellot
(Bellet)
Argent, on a chief Gules three cinquefoils pierced of the field.                                                                                                                                                     
                                                                                                                       






Bram

Or, an escutcheon voided Azure.                                                                                  
                                                                                                                           

 




Benet
(Benett)
Mayor of Chester 1652 Argent, two bars Gules within a bordure engrailed Sable (another Gules).                                                                        






Beteley

Gules, a fesse Argent between three plates.                                                                                                     

 



Baguley
(Baggilly)
Or, three lozenges Azure.                                                                                                              

   



Bagot

Argent, a chevron Gules, between three martlets sable.

Burke's states that these arms (from a glass in Worcester Cathedral) "This coat was for a time borne by Bagot of Bagots Bromley, co. Stafford but the original bearings were resumed by Richard Bagot who died 1596.                                                                                                                                     






Bagot

Or, on a cross Gules, five escallopes Argent.                                                                                           






Bagot

Argent, two chevrons Azure.                                                                                       






Brasbridge
(Bracebridge) 
Vaire Argent and Sable a fesse Gules.                                                                      
                                                                                      

  




Brasbridge
(Bracebridge)
Vaire Argent and Azure a fesse Gules.                                                                                         

 




Brooke
(Norton Priory)
Or, a cross engrailed per pale Gules and Sable.                                                              
                                                                           

 




Blackenden

Argent, a chevron between three squirrels sejant Gules. 
  
These arms are also attributed to Goostrey. The DeGostre (Goostrey) family held the lands of Blackden. These arms are now in the possession of Kinsey of Blackden who married the Goostrey heiress.                                                                                  

 




Brow

Gules, on a chevron Argent three roses of the field.                                                                      

 




Byngley

Argent, two bars Sable, on a canton of the second a pheon of the first.                                                 






Blackshame

Gules, on a bend Ermine between two plates Argent three trefoils slipped Vert.               
                                                    

 




Boidell
(Boydell)
Vert a cross patonce Or.   
 
This coat seems to be featured twice - see earlier entry.                                                                

 




Thos. Browne of Netherly

Argent, two bendlets Sable between two mullets of the second. King - illustrated to the left.

(Harl. M.S. 1535, fo.54b) gives Argent, two bendlets Sable in dexter base a pellet a crescent for cadency.  (C.6 fo, 23).    

 




Bradshawe

Argent, two bends between as many martlets Sable.                                                                 
                                                                                       
                     

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