Sunday, 28 January 2018

Richard Brereton, Esquire, 1625

I'm on a roll this weekend.


Richard Brereton, Esquire, 1625
Arms: Quarterly of eight; 1, Argent, between two bars Sable, four Ermine spots in cross of the second, a crescent for difference; 2, Argent, a chevronel between three crescents Gules; 3, Ermine, three mascles Gules; 4. Or, a raven Sable; 5, Argent, an escarbuncle of six rays Sable; 6, Argent, a cross formee the ends flory Sable; 7, Gules, a cross Ermine; 8, Azure, a chief Gules, over all a lion rampant queuee Forchee Or.

Crest: A bear's head couped Sable, muzzled Gules, charged on the neck with four Ermine spots in cross Argent.

http://cheshire-heraldry.org.uk/funeral-certificates/certificates-4.html

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