Found in 36 Collections and/or Records:
'Tables of the succession of the emperors, kings, princes, dukes, counts, electors, etc. of Europe, with the armorial bearings used by each', manuscript and printed notes and coats of arms. There is an index at the front of each volume.
Contains the names and arms of many English families. See MS Ee.02.21.
The category - Corporate management records - embraces records of the central decision-making bodies, University officers such as the Vice-Chancellor and the Registrary, and their administrative support. It includes constitutional records.
Families included are: Deynes, Wingfield, Bacon, Dade, Naunton, Broke, Style, Bloys, Revet, Hammond. In the hand of Matthias Candler.
A list of persons created peers, William I - Elizabeth I, with short notes on each, and a description of arms. On fos. 1-22 and occasionally thereafter there are sketches of arms in the margin. fo. 83v: rough accounts. fos. 84-85: mostly torn away fos. 59, 73-83r: blank. fo.: i: 'Susan Smyth' in an eighteenth-century hand; scribbling; traces of three seals. fo. 83v: 'Tho. Lindsey BP of Petriburg', in an eighteenth-century hand.
'Visitation of Cambridgeshire taken by Henry St George, Richmond Heralde of Armes Anno Dom. 1619', a copy of the heraldic visitation, containing coats of arms in pen-and-ink, 96 folios. There is an index on folios 4-5. Inside the front cover is the bookplate of George, Earl Macartney.
Correspondence with Sir Anthony Wagner, Garter Principal King of Arms, and two versions of CSC's coat of arms.
Collections, vol, 4, in the hands of Blore and six others, including Francis Bassano of Derby and Thomas Brailsford., 1800 (Circa)
The papers include: a consideration of heralds and baronets; pedigrees and notes concerning Derbyshire, Staffordshire, Lancashire and Cheshire; lists of arms; an account of arms of nobility and gentry; other material relating to Derbyshire.
Contains historical and heraldical collections, relating chiefly to the royal family and peerage of England.
Notes concerning the descents of many English families with their arms emblazoned. The latest entry refers to the year 1645.
Arms of British, Roman, Saxon, Danish, Norman English and British Kings, nobility and gentry.
Genealogical memoranda in Beltz's and other hands, 36 folios. On the flyleaf at the end are 'Ornaments of majesty' in a sixteenth century hand. Inside the front cover are the bookplates of Frederick Arthur Crisp and Ralph Griffin.
Drawings by R Cook, Garter King at Arms, and E Walker, Clarenceux King at Arms.
Includes a narrative form of the visitation of 1584-5 with additions of some families up to 1626, pedigrees, charters and arms of towns, cities and religious houses.
A collection of heraldic questions, memoranda, precedents, accounts of fees and other papers compiled by Henry Hill and written in his hand, 156 folios. The volume includes a copy of a letter from S. Martin Leake to [Francis] Hutcheson, 20 December 1733 (fo. 37), and an account of the coronation of King George II (fo. 88).
'The blason of arms: contayning two alphabets, the first of emperours and kings, the second of noblemen and gentlemen': contains the bearings of a large number of English families. There is no collector's name appended to it.