(Winslow, co. Buckingham, and co. Cornwall). Same Arms. Crest—A lion couchant guard, betw. two wings endorsed all or.
(co. Cambridge, 1619). Or, on a cross within a bordure both engr. sa. five cinquefoils of the field. Crest—A greyhound sejant sa. bezantee collared or.
(cos. Cambridge and Essex). Ar. on a cross engr. sa. five cinquefoils or.
(co. Essex). Or, on a saltire engr. sa. five cinquefoils of the first.
(granted 1600, by Camden, Clarenceux, to Thomas Edmonds, of Plymouth, co. Devon). Or, a chev. az. on a canton of the second a boar’s head couped betw. three fleurs-de-lis of the first. Crest—On a chapeau gu. turned up erm. a fleur-de-lis or, betw. two wings az.
(Sir Thomas Edmonds, Clerk of the Council Visit. London, 1568). Or, a chev. az. on a canton of the second a fieur-de-lis of the first.
(granted to Sir Clement Edmonds, Clerk of the Council, July, 1610, by Camden). Az. a chev. betw. three quadrats or.
(Dedington, co. Oxford; John Edmonds, eldest son of Humphrey Edmonds. Visit. 1574). Or, on a chev. az. betw. three griffins’ heads erased gu. as many estoiles or. Crests—1st: A griffin’s head erased gu. holding in the beak a cross pattee fitchee or; 2nd: On a globe ar. banded or, a griffin’s head gu.
(co. Oxford). Or, (another, ar.) on a chev. az. three estoiles of the field.
(Wolborough, co. York). Per chev. or and sa. three fleurs-de-lis counterchanged. Crest—A ship with three masts under full sail ppr.
(London, and co. Suffolk). Ar. a fesse sa. in chief three martlets of the last. Crest—A sinister wing erect per pale ar. and or.
(London). Ar. a fess betw. three martlets sa.
(London). Per chev. embattled gu. and sa. three martlets or.
Same Arms. Crest—A wing erect per pale ar. and or.
(granted by Camden, Clarenceux, 1610, to Sir Clement Edmonds, Clerk of the Council). Az. a chev. betw. three warriors’ shields or, on each a thunderbolt chased. Crest—An arm in armour embowed ppr. throwing a pheon az. handle ppr.
Or, on a cross engr. sa. five roses of the field. Crest—A greyhound sejant sa. bezantee, collared and chained or.
Gu. a tricorporated lion ar. Crat —An arm in armour embowed, holding in the hand a battle axe all ppr. Motto—Agnus in pace, leo in bello.
Or, a chev. sa. on a canton of the last a boar’s head of the first.
(Wiscombe Park, Honiton, co. Devon; William Edmonds, Esq., Lord of the Manor of Southleigh, same co. and the other descendants of his father, William Edmonds, of Liverpool). Per chev. nebuly ar. and vert, in chief two fleurs-de lis of the last, and in base a ship under sail ppr. Crest—A rock ppr. thereon a fleur-de-lis vert, surmounted by a boar’s head couped ar. Motto—Absque labore nihil.