Illustrations in the text

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Walter H. Godfrey (editor)

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1921

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11-13

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'Illustrations in the text', Survey of London: volume 7: Chelsea, part III: The Old Church (1921), pp. XI-XIII. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=99952 Date accessed: 18 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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ILLUSTRATIONS IN THE TEXT

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1.Plan of the Original Gallery8
2.Plan of the Tombs in the Churchyard62

HERALDIC ILLUSTRATIONS

1.MOREArgent, a cheveron engrailed between three moor-cocks sable, crests and legs gules.
2.WAVERArgent, on a fess sable three scallops or impaled with 1 & 4, ermine a cheveron sable, 2 & 3, on a fess sable three crowns or.
3.BATEMANThree crescents each having a molet (properly star) between the horns.
4.HUNGERFORDQuarterly 1 & 4, sable, two bars argent, in chief three plates (Heytesbury); 2 & 3, Party palewise indented gules and vert, a cheveron or (Hungerford).
5.BUCKBYSable, a cheveron between three bucks' attires or.
6.BRAYArgent, a cheveron sable between three bird's legs sable.
7.JERVOISESable, a cheveron between three eaglets argent.
8.JERVOISESable, a cheveron between three eaglets argent (Jervoise) impaling quarterly 1 & 4, sable, within a border gules, a cheveron between three spear-heads or, a molet for difference on the cheveron; 2 & 3, azure, three beacons burning or.
9.HAMEYGules, a fess or, between a roebuck or in chief, and three molets of six points argent in base.
10.PALMERArgent, three palmer's staves sable.
11.STEWARTOr, a fess checky argent and azure within a double tressure counterflowered gules (Stewart) impaling sable, on a cross between four fleursde-lis argent five pheons azure.
12.LAWRENCEArgent, a ragged cross gules; on a chief azure three leopards' heads or.
13.MERCHANT ADVENTURERSBarry nebuly argent and azure, a chief quarterly gules and or, on the 1st & 4th two roses gules barbed vert, on the 2nd & 3rd a leopard or.
14.COLVILEAzure, a lion argent, a label gules.
15.STANLEYArgent, on a bend azure three stags' heads caboshed or.
16.GORGES (ancient)Lozengy or and azure, a cheveron gules.
" (modern)Argent, a whirlpool azure.
17.GUILDFORDOr, a saltire between four martlets sable.
18.MILMANAzure, three sinister gauntlets argent.
19.POWELLQuarterly 1 & 4, gules, a lion looking back or; 2 & 3 argent, three boars' heads sable.
20.BUCKParty fesswise nebuly argent and sable, three bucks' attires countercoloured, on a quarter azure a cup or.
21.CHEYNEChecky, or and azure, a fess gules, fretty argent.
22.HAMILTONQuarterly of four, 1 & 4, sable, a molet between three cinquefoils ermine, 2 & 3, sable, a human heart between three cinquefoils ermine (Hamilton) impaling quarterly, 1 & 4, argent, a lymphad sable, 2 & 3, or, a lion sable.
SACKVILLEQuarterly or and gules, a bend vair.
DACREQuarterly of twelve, 1, azure, three lions or (Fiennes); 2, gules, three scallops argent (Dacre); 3, argent, three bars gules, a label azure (Moulton); 4, checky or and gules (Vaux); 5, azure, sown with fleurs-de-lis and fretty or (Morville); 6, azure, a chief or, three cheverons interlaced in base (Fitzhugh); 7, Barry of eight argent and gules a fleur-de-lis sable (Staveley); 8, azure, a bend between six crosslets or (Furneaux); 9, Barry argent and azure, on a bend gules three martolets or (Grey); 10, vair, a fess gules (Marmion); 11, or three cheverons gules a chief vair (St. Quintin); 12, Barry of ten or and azure, an eagle gules (Gernegan).
LOWFEILDOn a lozenge, six pieces vert and or, a bull's head sable and two garbs on the or.
BOLNEYOr, in chief two molets and in base a crescent gules.
CULLIFORDArgent, a fess gules between three colts sable, impaling azure, a lion crowned between three crosslets or.
BANKSA cross between four fleurs-de-lis.
SLOANEGules, a sword in pale point down, argent, hilt and pommel, or, between two boars' heads cut off at the neck, or. On a chief ermine a lion passant gules between two mascles sable.
CHAMBERLAYNEGules an inescutcheon argent within an orle of eight molets or.


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