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The Armorial Bearings  Exemplified in  The Cheshire Visitations
illustrated in colour by Martin S. J. Goldstraw


Olton of Wetnall

Arms Olton of Wetnall impaling Hatton of Groppnall

Olton of Wetnall:
Quarterly Azure and Gules over all a lion rampant Argent.

Hatton of Groppnall:
Azure, on a chevron between three garbs Or, a trefoil Sable.                                                                                                                              


Herbert D'n's de Orreby in Com. Lincoln
Arms: Ermine, three chevrons and a canton Gules.                                                                                           


Sr. Phillip de Orreby, Justice of Chester

Arms: Ermine, three chevrons Gules, on a canton of the second a lion passant Or.                                                                                                              

Herbert de Orreby, Lord of Gosworth

Arms: Argent, two chevrons and a canton Gules.

Thomas de Orreby

Ermine, two chevrons and a canton Gules.                                                                                          

John de Orreby, Lord and Baron of Candesley

Arms: Per pale, dexter Gules, two lion passant in pale Argent; sinister ......... a bend ........., over all a label of five points Or.                                                                                                 



Arms: Argent, three torteaux in bend between two bendlets Gules, a chief Sable.     

Richard of Tarbock

Arms: Or, an eagle's leg erased Gules, on a chief indented Azure three plates.                                                                                                  


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