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Vavasour arms on replica European medieval heater shield.

Vavasour arms on replica European medieval heater shield.

A modern representation of the arms of William le Vavasour, d. 1313.  From the The Nativity Roll (Greenstreet 19; Papworth M), dating to about 1300.   The illustrations represented here are based on the blazons in the 16th century copy transcribed by Anthony R. Wagner, Richmond Herald, housed at the College of Arms, London; formerly Wrest Park MS. 16, ff. 6-8

A modern representation of the arms of William le Vavasour, d. 1313. From the The Nativity Roll (Greenstreet 19; Papworth M), dating to about 1300. The illustrations represented here are based on the blazons in the 16th century copy transcribed by Anthony R. Wagner, Richmond Herald, housed at the College of Arms, London; formerly Wrest Park MS. 16, ff. 6-8

Hatchment - 1833 William Vavasour great-grandson of William Vavasour, of Weston Hall and Mary eldest daughter of Thomas Fawkes of Farnley Hall. He m Sarah daughter of John Cooke of Swinton.

Hatchment - 1833 William Vavasour great-grandson of William Vavasour, of Weston Hall and Mary eldest daughter of Thomas Fawkes of Farnley Hall. He m Sarah daughter of John Cooke of Swinton.

A colour emblazonment of the modern arms of the Barons Stourton.

A colour emblazonment of the modern arms of the Barons Stourton.

A modern representation of the arms of Vavasour as blazoned in the Siege of Caerlaverock poem (Or, dancetty Sable).

A modern representation of the arms of Vavasour as blazoned in the Siege of Caerlaverock poem (Or, dancetty Sable).

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).

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).

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).

A hatchment for Sydenham Williams, with an escutcheon in pretense for his wife Agnes Forward of Moor House Devon, 1757 from St Peters Dorchester. The arms of Forward are the same as Vavasour - Or a fesse dancetty Sable.

A hatchment for Sydenham Williams, with an escutcheon in pretense for his wife Agnes Forward of Moor House Devon, 1757 from St Peters Dorchester. The arms of Forward are the same as Vavasour - Or a fesse dancetty Sable.

A modern representation of the Arms of Vavasour. Blazon - or, a fess dancetty, sable. Crest - A cock gules.

A modern representation of the Arms of Vavasour. Blazon - or, a fess dancetty, sable. Crest - A cock gules.

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