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The Armorial Bearings  Exemplified in  The Cheshire Visitations
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Bostock of Moulton

Arms: Quarterly - 1. Sable, a fesse humette Argent, a mullet for difference.
2. Or, a bend Azure [Vernon].
3. Quarterly Or and Gules, a bend Sable [Malbank].
4. Azure, three garbs Or [Randolph Blunderville].
5. Argent, three piles, one emitting from the chief, between two in base Sable [Hulme].
6. Ermine, three lions gambs erased Gules, a crescent for difference [Pickmeir?].

Crest: As Bostock of Bostock (An heraldic antelope passant Argent, armed, mained and tufted Or), with a mullet.                                                                              


 






Bostock of Churton

Arms: Quarterly - Sable, a fesse humette Argent, a crescent for difference.
2. Or, a bend Azure [Vernon].
3. Quarterly Or and Gules, a bend Sable [Malbank].
4. Azure, three garbs Or [Randolph Blunderville].
5. Gules, a lion rampant within a bordure indented Or. [Dee].
6. Vert, a bend Ermine. [Wettenhall]
7. Argent, a scythe erect Sable. [Snelstone]
8. Azure, three fishes, two in chief and one in base, their heads meeting in the fesse point Argent. [Troutbeck?]
Over all an escucheon of pretence, per pale Gules and Azure, a wolf salient Or. vulned in the shoulder proper. [Hancky]
Crest: An heraldic antelope passant Argent, armed, mained and tufted Or, a crescent for difference.                                                                                              

Bostock of Moberley:
There is a pedigree but no arms are recorded.

 
Boydell of Pulcroft
Three shields illustrated in the manuscript plate II 4, 5 and 6                                                                                                   

  







Bould of Bould in Lancashire

Arms: Argent, a griffin passant Sable

Crest: Out of a ducal coronet Gules, a griffinn's head Sable, beaked of the first, between two wings expanded Or.                                                                                                              


Bold of Upton
Two arms taken from Seals and a further quarterly achievement complete with crest.
Arms from Seals [see below]:
(1) A fesse between three fleur-de-lis in chief, and a leopards face in base. [Warwicke]
(2) Three cross-crosslets fitchee, and a chief [Arderne]


 






Arms of Bold of Upton

Quarterly 1 and 4: Argent, a griffin passant Sable.
2 and 3 Gules, a fesse Or, in chief three fleur-de-lis and in base a leopards face all of the second [Warwicke]
Over all a crescent for difference.

Crest: Same a Bould of Bould, a crescent for difference.                                                                 

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