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Origin, Meaning, Family History and Buckton Coat of Arms and Family Crest

Blazons & Genealogy Notes

1) (Hull, co. York). Ar. three bars sa. on a canton of the second a crescent of the first. Crest—As the preceding.
2) Sa. on a chief vert, a buck’s head cabossed ar.
3) (Bellingham, co. Northumberland). Ar. a goat saliant sa. and chief vert. Crest—A goat's head erased, per fesse indented ar. And sa. attired or.
4) Sa. on a chief vert, a buck lodged ar. attired or.
5) (John De Buckton, temp. Richard II.). Ar. a goat salient sa. the head and beard armed vert.
6) Sa. a hart’s head couped ar. a chief vert (another, or).
7) Sa. on a chief (another, a chev.) vert three bucks' heads cabossed ar.
8) (Brome, co. Suffolk. Visit, co. Notts, 1569). Sa. three bars gemelles and a canton ar.
9) Ar. three bars gemelles sa. on a canton of the last a crescent of the field.