Latest uploads to the Funeral Certificates project are the Brownes.
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.
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