(Echingham, co Sussex; Simon de Echingham, Lord of Echingham, Sheriff of Sussex, 1234-35-36; Sir Thomas Echingham, Knt., of Echingham, temp. Henry VI., left two daus. co-heirs, Margaret, wife, first of William Blount, son of Lord Mountjoy, second, of Sir John Elrington; and Anne, wife, first of Sir Goddard Oxenmudge, second, of Roger Feynes. Har. MSS., 1562, 100). Az. a fret ar.
(Barsham, co. Suffolk; descended from Richard Echingham, Esq., brother of Sir Thomas Echingham, Knt., of Echingham, temp. Henry VI. Har. MSS., 1449, 97). Same Arms.
(Dunbrody Abbey, co. Wexford; descended from Sir Osborne Echingham, Knt., son of Sir Edward Echingham, Knt., of Barsham, who was granted by patent, 4 Oct. 1545, the dissolved Monastery, with the Abbey and Barony of Dunbrody, co. Wexford. Jane, dau. and heiress of John Etchingham, Esq., of Dunbrody, temp. Charles I., m. 1660, Sir Arthur Chichester, afterwards second Earl of Donegall; the estates are now vested in Henry, Lord Templemore). Az. fretty ar. Crest—An eagle ppr. holding in dexter claw a staff or, and pennant gu.
(Coole, co. Wexford; descended from Arthur Etchingham, or Itchingham, brother of John Etchingham, Esq., of Dunbrody, temp. Charles 1., d. 1684; John Itchingham, Esq., of Coole, forfeited after the battle of Aughrim). Same Arms and Crest.
(co. Kent). Same Arms. Crest—A church bell ppr.
Same Arms, a border engr. or
Lord Echingham – Sussex – (M. ét. en 1326) – D’azur à une frette d’argent