An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in Middlesex. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1937.
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Andrews—Argent a bend engrailed plain cotised sable with three molets argent on the bend.
Arundel—Gules a lion or.
Arundel, Archbishop—See of Canterbury impaling Arundel quartering Warenne.
Ashby—Azure a cheveron or between three double-headed eagles argent.
Aske—Azure three sea-mews argent.
Badlesmere—Argent a fesse between double cotises gules.
Bellers—Party gules and sable a lion argent.
Bellingham—Or a bugle-horn sable.
Berkeley—Gules a cheveron between ten crosses formy argent.
Bernard—Argent a bear rampant sable muzzled or.
Birket (or Birkhead)—Sable three sheaves or in a border argent.
Boleyn—Argent a cheveron gules between three bulls' heads caboshed sable with their horns or.
Brember—Argent three annulets sable a quarter sable charged with a molet argent.
Burnell—Party fessewise indented or and argent a lion sable and a border gules charged with roundels argent.
Burneshead—Argent three bends gules and a quarter gules with a lion passant argent therein.
Catharine of Aragon—Quarterly Castile and Leon quartering Aragon.
Charlton—Or a lion gules.
Chedworth—Azure a cheveron between three greyhounds' heads razed or.
Cheesman—Party cheveronwise embattled sable and argent three pierced molets counter-coloured.
Cornwall—Argent a lion gules crowned or over all a bend sable bezanty.
Crosby—Sable a cheveron ermine between three rams passant argent.
Dacres—Argent a cheveron sable between three roundels azure each charged with an escallop argent.
Drapers' Company—Azure three clouds proper rayed or and each surmounted by a pointed cap gules encircled by three crowns or.
Eden—Argent a fesse gules between two cheverons azure each charged with three scallops argent with three sheaves or on the fesse.
Eton College—Sable three lily-flowers argent and a chief party azure a fleur-de-lis or and gules a leopard or.
Frowyk—Azure a cheveron between three leopards' heads or.
Grene—Azure a cheveron between three bucks tripping or.
Holand Earl of Kent—England in a border argent.
Houby—Azure a bend between six molets argent.
King's College, Cambridge—Sable three roses argent and a chief party azure a fleur-de-lis or and gules a leopard or.
Kirton of Thorpe Mandeville—Quarterly: 1 and 4, Argent a fesse with a cheveron gules in the chief; 2 and 3, Argent a fesse between three hawks' hoods gules.
Knolles—Azure crusily and a voided mill-rind cross or.
Lathom—Or a chief indented azure with three bezants therein.
Lewkenor—Azure three cheverons argent.
London, See of—Gules two crossed swords argent with their hilts and pommels or.
Lovell of Barton—Or a cheveron azure between three squirrels gules.
Lovell of Harlington—Barry wavy or and gules a quarter ermine.
Man, Kingdom of—Gules three bent legs in armour proper joined in the middle of the shield.
Manners—Or two bars azure and a chief quarterly azure two fleurs-de-lis or and gules a leopard or.
Mercers' Company—Gules a demi-virgin issuing from clouds and crowned with an eastern crown with a wreath of roses about her head all within a border of clouds.
Mohun—Gules out of a sleeve ermine a hand proper holding a fleur-de-lis argent.
Montalt—Azure a lion argent.
Muswell—Vert two cheverons argent each charged with three cinquefoils gules.
Neville of Holt—Gules a saltire ermine.
Newdegate—Gules three lions' paws razed argent set upright.
North—Azure a cheveron argent between three crosses paty fitchy or with a cinquefoil between two scallops gules on the cheveron and a chief or charged with a running grey-hound between two roundels sable.
Paston—Argent six fleurs-de-lis azure and a chief indented or.
Pert of Arnold—Argent a bend gules with three voided lozenges or thereon.
Peyton—Sable a cross engrailed or with a molet argent in the quarter.
Roos of Hamlake—Gules three water-bougets argent.
Rusken—Sable a cheveron between six spear-heads argent.
Seymour, Jane—Quarterly: 1 and 4, Or a pile gules between six fleurs-de-lis azure with three leopards or on the pile; 2 and 3, Gules a pair of wings or.
Stanley—Argent a bend azure with three harts' heads caboshed or thereon.
Staple of Calais—Barry wavy argent and azure a chief of England.
Strange of Knockin—Gules two lions passant argent.
Thomas of Brotherton—England with a label argent.
Tiptoft—Argent a saltire engrailed gules.
Warenne—Checky or and azure.
Warham, William—Gules a fesse or between a goat's head razed in chief and three scallops in base argent.
Warner—Sable a fesse between three fleurs-de-lis ermine.
Widville—Argent a fesse and a quarter gules.
Windsor—Gules a saltire argent between twelve crosslets or.
Wolsey, Cardinal—Sable a cross engrailed argent charged with a lion passant gules between four leopards' heads azure and a chief or charged with a rose gules between two Cornish choughs.
York, See of—Old arms. Azure an archbishop's cross or surmounted by a pall argent.
Later arms. Gules the crossed keys of St. Peter with the papal tiara in chief or.