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Mrs. Elizabeth Browne, 1602.Arms: (on a lozenge) Sable, three garbs, 2 and 1, Or, within a bordure Argent.[Birkenhed of Huxeley]
Matthew Browne, Gentleman, 1634.
Arms: Argent, two bendlets between as many mullets Sable.
Richard Browne, Esquire, 1624.
Arms: Argent, two bendlets Sable between as many pellets.
Crest: On a mound Vert, a lion sejant Argent, vulned in the shoulder proper.
Not yet Gazetted but it is very pleasing to see that The College of Arms has appointed a lady to their ranks. Professor Anne Curry has been ...
I note that, at last, Malta is attempting to do it right and doing what it should have done in the first place. My reader will already know ...
The badge of the Committee of Privileges of The Maltese Nobility I have today received news that The Committee of Privileges of The Malt...
Continuing my sojourn into back copies of The Coat of Arms, in a letter (Volume XII No. 86 April 1971) Patrick W. Montague-Smith, Editor, D...