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Vavasour arms on replica European medieval heater shield.

Vavasour arms on replica European medieval heater shield.

Double page including arms of Vavasour from a manuscript volume of pedigrees and coats of arms of Yorkshire families (1703-1721), part of the Bradfer-Lawrence Collection (MD335/13/1), previously the property of Ralph Thoresby, given to him by George Plaxton, rector of Barwick in Elmet.

Double page including arms of Vavasour from a manuscript volume of pedigrees and coats of arms of Yorkshire families (1703-1721), part of the Bradfer-Lawrence Collection (MD335/13/1), previously the property of Ralph Thoresby, given to him by George Plaxton, rector of Barwick in Elmet.

A sketch of the tricked arms of Vavasour, as found in York Minster, from volume 1 of the notes of J.W Knowles for The Stained Glass of York Minster  (1910). Blazon - Or a fess dancette sable.

A sketch of the tricked arms of Vavasour, as found in York Minster, from volume 1 of the notes of J.W Knowles for The Stained Glass of York Minster (1910). Blazon - Or a fess dancette sable.

Vavasour arms, from the graveyard attached to St. Leonard's Chapel at Hazelwood Castle, including Stourton quartering.

Vavasour arms, from the graveyard attached to St. Leonard's Chapel at Hazelwood Castle, including Stourton quartering.

Drawings of the arms of Vavasour from York Minster, specifically the 4th window from the east on the south side of the nave, from page 105 of The Heraldry of York Minster (1890).

Drawings of the arms of Vavasour from York Minster, specifically the 4th window from the east on the south side of the nave, from page 105 of The Heraldry of York Minster (1890).

A modern representation of the Arms of Vavasour (or, a fess dancetty, sable).

A modern representation of the Arms of Vavasour (or, a fess dancetty, sable).

From Allerton Castle, an angel holding a shield with a sledge, which is the badge of the Stourton family.

From Allerton Castle, an angel holding a shield with a sledge, which is the badge of the Stourton family.

A notice of the use of the Vavasour crest of a cock by William Brocas of Denton (14th C) on his seal, from page 445 of The Family of Brocas of Beaurepaire and Roche Court by Montagu Burrows (1886).

A notice of the use of the Vavasour crest of a cock by William Brocas of Denton (14th C) on his seal, from page 445 of The Family of Brocas of Beaurepaire and Roche Court by Montagu Burrows (1886).

A modern representation of the Arms of Vavasour as blazoned in the Siege of Caerlaverock poem (or, a fess dancetty, sable).

A modern representation of the Arms of Vavasour as blazoned in the Siege of Caerlaverock poem (or, a fess dancetty, sable).

A George IV silver soup ladle by William Chawner II, London 1825 with the crest of Stourton.

A George IV silver soup ladle by William Chawner II, London 1825 with the crest of Stourton.

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