Coats of arms
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Families included are: Deynes, Wingfield, Bacon, Dade, Naunton, Broke, Style, Bloys, Revet, Hammond. In the hand of Matthias Candler.
Includes alphabetical list of nobility and gentry of the United Kingdom, with descriptions of their arms, arms of episcopal sees, abbots, some Norfolk religious houses, Cambridge colleges, Oxford colleges, Inns of Court, and notes on mottoes. With lists of contents and authorities.
Commissioned by Churchill College. Other artist associated with the drawing: Neville Morgan.
Includes committee minutes, college foundation records and trustee records.
1 manuscript letter signed from Eden to Minns regarding a donation to the College of a silver bowl and a discussion of its inscription. Also includes a description of the Eden coat of arms.
Includes descriptions of their arms, including extracts from BL Harley MS. 1390. A few arms are emblazoned.
p. iv: 'B. Longmate 1793', 'T. Willement 1830' (as also inside front cover). Bookplate of Samuel Sandars inside front cover.
Coats of arms inserted in pen-and-ink, but several shields left blank. Occasional additions to the pedigrees in later hands. fo. i: 'The Booke belongeth to Mr Wm. Ayloffe', 'Acknowledged by me John Iuory' (late 17th-cent. hands). much scribbling inside covers. fos 54-9: torn out. fos 60v-62: index.
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