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

Tatenhall, bulgo Tatnall
No pedigree or arms given.

 










Tatton of Withenshaw

Arms: Quarterly Argent and Gules, in the first and fourth a crescent Sable, in the second and third a crescent of the first.
Crest: A greyhound sejant Argent, collared and tied by a line Gules to an oak tree Proper fructed Or.                                                                                                                     














Tildeston, alias Tilston, of Tilston and Hurley

Arms: Azure, a bend cotised between two garbs, all Or.
Crest: Out of a mural crown Gules a bear's head Argent.                                                                                                         



Tochett of Nether Whitley

Arms: Ermine a chevron Gules                                                                                                              


Troutbeck
Arms: Quarterly -
1 Azure, three trouts fretted in triangle Argent
2 Argent, a fleur-de-lis Sable between three Moors' heads sidefaced, couped, proper [Troutbeck (ancient)]
3 Argent, three piles in point Sable [Hulse]
4 Argent, two chevrons Gules, on a canton of the second a cross-crosslet fitchee Or [Mobberly]

 Crest 1 A Moor proper, wreathed around the loins and temples ...... holding in the dexter hand an arrow Or, barbed and flighted Argent, and in the sinister a round shield or target Gold.

Crest 2 A Moor's head in profile proper on a wreath of four trout Argent.





Troutbeck Crest 1
Troutbeck Crest 2


















Trussell, Lord of Warmincham

Arms: Argent, fretty Gules on each joint a bezant.
Crest: Out of a ducal coronet Or an Unicorn's head proper, armed of the first.                                                                 

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