An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in Herefordshire, Volume 2, East. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1932.
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Beauchamp—Gules a fesse between six crosslets or.
Carew—Or three lions passant sable.
Chandos (of Cheshire)—Or a lion with a forked tail gules.
Dauncey—Barry wavy argent audgules.
Edefen—Argent a fesse gules between three fleurs-de-lis azure.
Edward the Confessor—Azure a cross paty between five martlets or.
Grandison—Paly argent and azure a bend gules with three eagles or thereon.
Le Poher—Gules a fesse or with two molets argent in chief.
Mortimer—Barry or and azure a scutcheon argent and a chief or with two pales between two gyrons azure therein.
Pauncefote—Gules three lions argent.
Rudhall—Or a bend azure with three Catharine-wheels argent thereon.
Rumsey (of Brecon)—Argent a fesse gules with a label of four points azure.
Solers—Or a fesse azure.
Talbot—Gules a lion and an engrailed border or.
Tracy—Or two bends gules with a scallop sable in the quarter.
Wyat (of Tewkesbury)—Argent a fesse gules between three boars' heads razed sable with three molets or on the fesse.