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


Winstanton, vel Wistaston

Drawing of arms Plate II, fig 18 [Ermine, three escallopes]
& Plate II, fig 19 [Gules, two lions combatant Argent]                                                                                                                        

Woodnet of Shevington, al's Sheinton

Arms:  Quarterly -
1 Argent, a cross voided Sable.
2 Sable, two bars Argent, on a canton of the first a garb Or [Weever]
3 Gules, on a bend cotised Argent three birds [moorcocks?] Sable [Heath]
4Azure, a chevron between three cotton hanks Argent [Cotton]

Crest: A squirrel sejant Gules, collared Or, cracking a hazel nut ....                                                                                                            


Woodnet of Shevington

Arms: Argent, a cross couped voided Sable.                                                                                                                  

Worth of Tiverington

Arms: Argent, a cross ragule, couped Sable.

Crest: An arm embowed in armour proper, garnished Or, tied round with a riband Gules, the gauntlet holding the butt-end of a broken tilting spear of the last.                                                                 


Wright of Bickley

Arms: Argent, two bars Azure, on a chief of the second three leopards' faces of the first.                                                                    


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