An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in Herefordshire, Volume 3, North West. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1934.
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Baskerville—Argent a cheveron gules between three roundels azure.
Beauchamp—Gules a fesse between six crosslets or.
Bruce or Brets of Brecon—Barry of vairy ermine and gules and azure.
Burgh—Or a cross gules.
Clare—Or three cheverons gules.
Cornewall—Argent a lion gules crowned or within a border sable bezanty.
Croft—Argent in a chief indented azure a lion passant or.
Delabere—Azure a bend argent between two cotises and six martlets or.
Devereux—Argent a fesse gules with three roundels gules in the chief.
Edward the Confessor—Azure a cross paty between five martlets or.
France (Old)—Azure sown with fleurs-de-lis or.
Lenthall—Argent a bend cotised sable with three molets or on the bend.
Lenthall (Dorset)—Sable a bend indented argent.
Lingen—Barry or and azure a bend gules with three roses argent on the bend.
Mortimer—Barry or and azure a scutcheon argent and a chief or with two pales between two gvrons azure therein.
Newburgh—Checky or and azure a cheveron ermine.
Paynes—Argent ten roses gules.
Russell—Argent a cheveron between three crosslets fitchy sable.
Talbot—Gules a lion and a border engrailed or.
Vaughan of Wigmore—Sable three running hounds argent collared gules.
Warenne—Checky or and azure.