An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in Herefordshire, Volume 1, South west. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1931.
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Acton—Gules a fesse and a border engrailed ermine.
Audley—Gules fretty or.
Baskerville—Argent a cheveron gules between three roundels azure.
Beauchamp—Gules a fesse between six crosslets or.
Berkeley—Gules a cheveron between twelve crosses formy argent.
Bohun—Azure a bend argent between two cotises and six lions or.
Booth—Argent three boars' heads erect and razed sable with a rose for difference.
Canterbury, See of—Azure a cross-staff argent with its cross or and over all a pall argent charged with four crosses formy fitchy sahle.
Cantilupe—Same as See of Hereford.
Capel—Checky or and azure a fesse gules with three lozenges argent thereon.
Charlton—Or a lion gules.
Charlton, Lewis, Bishop of Hereford—The same with the field crusitly fitchy gules.
Clifford—Checky or and azure a fesse gules.
Delabere—Azure a bend between two cotises and six martlets or.
Delahay—Argent a sun gules.
Delamere—Or three bars dancetty gules.
Devereux—Argent a fesse with three roundels gules in the chief.
Ethelbert, St.—Gules a bezant between three crowns or.
Freneyes—Gules two bars fessewise indented argent and azure.
Gerney—Argent a lion gules.
Hayward—Argent three bars sable and three hanks of cotton or.
Hereford, See of—Gules three fleurs-de-lis coming out of leopards' heads reversed or.
Hereford, Deanery of—Or five cheverons azure.
Herl—Gules a cheveron between three sheldrakes argent.
Le Strange—Gules two lions passant argent.
Lisle—Gules a leopard argent crowned or.
Mayhew—Argent a fesse sable between three roses gules with a slipped lily argent on the fesse.
Morteyn—Ermine a chief gules.
Mynors—Azure an eagle or and a chief argent.
Nanphan—Sable a cheveron ermine between three wings argent.
Parry or Ap Harry—Argent a fesse between three lozenges and a border azure.
Pauncefote—Gules three lions argent.
Pembridge—Barry or and azure a bend gules.
Plunkenet—Ermine a bend indented gules.
Porter—Sable three church bells argent.
Scudamore—Gules three stirrups with their leathers or.
Spofford, Thomas, Bishop of Hereford—Azure two croziers saltirewise with a mitre in chief or.
Stanbery—Argent two cheverons engrailed between three pierced molets sable.
Talbot—Gules a lion and a border engrailed or.
Thunder—Argent a fesse between three trumpets sable.
Trevenant—Or three lions' heads razed gules and a border engrailed azure.
Trilleck—Bendy argent and azure on a chief gules with three fleurs-de-lis coming out of leopard's heads reversed or.
Tyes—Argent a cheveron gules.
Verdon (of Ewyas)—Or fretty gules.
Vere—Quarterly gules and or with a pierced molet argent in the quarter.
Warenne—Checky or and azure.
Waterton—Barry ermine and gules three crescents sable.