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||Philip Lybbe Powys
||Powys quartered by Lybbe.
||The quartering was adopted after his grandfather's marriage in 1730 with the sole Lybbe heiress; quartering reversed in 1907 by RL after the name change, also by RL, in 1862.
||Per Chevron gules and sable, a chevron argent, between three swans of the third.
||Burke's LG of 1914, p. 1314, JCC's Mrs P L Powys's diaries and the bookplates of General George Michell.
||Sir Fitzwilliam Barrington Bart
||Argent, three chevronels gules, a label of as many points azure.
||Essex 1612 visitation, p. 146.
||Edith Mary Marshall
||Gules on a fesse or three boars heads couped sable between three mascles or.
||On the assembly of arms done by his eldest granddaughter Louisa Edith Simeon, née Barrington.
||Azure, a chevron chequy argent and sable between three fleurs-de-lis of the second.
||Granted by Lyon to his son George in 1869, from the grant to his grandson Claud in 1865 on changing his name to Hamilton.
||Argent a chevron Gules voided of the field between two pheons in chief Sable and a fleur de lys in base Azure all within a bordure wavy of the last.
||Lyon matriculation of 1730.
||Argent on a Cheveron indented Sable, between a Rose in Chief Gules, and a Saltire Azure in base, an ottars head erased of the field.
||Lyon Court matriculation for Balfour of Pilrig in 1760
||Gules on a bend invected or a flute azure, in chief a lion passant guardant argent, imperially crowned proper.
||Lyon matriculation in 1780.
||Argent a Crescent gules, on a Chief indented Azure three mullets pierced of the field.
||Lyon register, matriculated the 29th March 1803.
||Johnson Atkinson (then Busfeild)
||Gules an eagle displayed with two heads Or on a chief Or a rose of the first between two martlets Sable.
||In Johnson Atkinson Busfeild's ""Fragments of Bingley Parish"", pp.158-160.
||Argent, a chevron Gules between three fleurs-de-lis Vert.
||Johnson Atkinson Busfeild in his book "Fragments of Bingley Parish" quoting Mr Pulman of the Herald's College, p. 8.
||Argent, on a chief gules, two crosses flory vair, a cinquefoil azure.
||Inherited from the inclusion in the 1665 Yorks vis'n by Dugdale.
||Azure on a chevron ermine between 3 hedgehogs and in the centre chief point a bundle of reeds erect or, bended vert, three ears of wheat slipped of the last.
||Grant to his grandson Alfred in 1877.
||Per pale Gules and Sable a garb Or on a chief nebuly of the last three lions rampant Azure.
||His grandson Algernon Peckover granted arms in 1880.
||Rt Rev Samuel Hallifax LL.D., Bishop of Gloucester
||Or on a pile engrailed Sable between two fountains Proper three Cross Crosslets of the field.
||Grant to his father in 1788.
||George Crawford Ricketts
||Erminois, Or, a chevron charged with two swords in saltire, proper, the dexter surmounting the sinister, hilts and pommels Or between three roses Gules.
||Burke's Commoners, vol I, p. 24.
||Gules a mullet argent between three cinquefoils pierced ermins, on a chiel Or a heart of the first.
||Ulster's 1897 Confirmation for his father, James of Sheephill.
||John de Courcy Lord Kingsale
||Argent three eagles displayed gules ducally crowned or.
||Time immemorial? And as defined in Burke's Peerage, 107th edn of 2003.
||Gules a chevron ermine btweeen three fishes.
||An illustration on Mark Humphrys' site at <http://humphrysfamilytree.com /Blennerhassett/black.jack.html>.
||Sir Christopher Baynes Bart
||Sable, a shinbone in fesse, surmounted of another in pale argent, on a canton of the last, a vulture proper.
||College of Arms grants, Vol XXI, folio 189, c.1801.
||Per pale Argent and Azure two lions rampant, endorsed counterchanged.
||Image from an impalement with her husband in "Bayne of Nidderdale", Plate 6, between pp. 112-113. Blazon from Burke's Armory of 1884, p. 425.