(Sesay, co. York, Cale Hill and Scotney, co. Kent, Littlecote, co. Wilts, Pageham, co. Sussex, Trewornan, co. Cornwall, &c., all derived from a common ancestor, William de Orrell, one of the companions in arms of the Conqueror. The last male heir of the Darrells of Sesay, Sir George Darell, Knt., left at his decease in 1466, a dau. and heir, Joan, wife of Sir Guy Dawnay, Knt., of Cowick. The Darells of Cale Hill still preserve a male succession. The Darells of Littlecote, derived from William Darell, sub-treasurer of England temp. Richard II., and Elizabeth his wife, dau. and heir of Thomas Calston, of Littlecote, possessed that estate until the close of the 16th century, when it was alienated to Sir John Popham, The Darells of Trewornan are represented by Tbelawny of Coldrinick, co. Cornwall). Az. a lion ramp, or, armed, langued, and crowned gu. Crest—A goat’s head erased ar. attired or. Another Crest—Out of a ducal coronet or, a Saracen’s head couped at the shoulders ppr. bearded sa. wreathed about the temples ar. and az. on the head a chapeau of the last, fretty of the third, tasselled gold, turned up erm.
(Bengal, and Richmond, co Surrey, bart.). Az. a lion ramp. or, ducally crowned ar. Crest—Out of a ducal coronet or, a Saracen’s head couped at the shoulders ppr.
(Crowan, co. Cornwall; William Darrell of that place. Visit. 1620). Same Arms.
(West Radford, co. Notts; Edward Darrell, descended from Darrell, of Calehill, co. Kent, a second branch. Visit. Notts, 1614). Same Arms, the lion charged on the shoulder with a trefoil sa. a crescent for diff. Same Crest.
(co. Sussex). Same Arms, the lion supporting a cross crosslet fitchee of the third (another sa.).
(co. Gloucester). Per fesse az. and erm. a pale counterchanged, three lions ramp. ar.
(All Souls’ College, Oxford). Ar. on three bars sa. six cinquefoils of the field, three, two, and one, with a crescent on a mullet for diff.
(Rye, co. Sussex). Gu. two bendlets wavy or, a canton vair.
Ar. three bars sa. on the first as many roses of the field.
Ar. on a chief sa. three roses of the field.
Sa. on a fesse ar. three escallops of the field.
(Lillingston and Shudy Camps). See Dayrell.
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