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1) (Bourgeois, of Champagne, in Picardy, one of whom, Robin de Bourgeois, of Gamache, in Picardy, a protestant refugee, settled at Canterbury, 1593, and is now represented by Major C. J. Burgess East Mascalls, co. Kent). Az. a fesse betw. a crescent in chief and a rose in base, all ar. Crest—A fleur-de-lis or. Motto—Le bon temps viendra. Source: Burke's
2) Or a fess chequy gu and or. In chief 3 crosses crosslet gu. - Bookplate Wm. Burgess, Md. Source: Bolton's
3) Or a fess checky gules and or in chief three crosses crosslet fitchy gules. Source: Colonial Families of the United States of America, Vol. VI, ed. by George Norbury MacKenzie, The Seaforth Press, Baltimore, Maryland, 1917
4) Grande-Bretagne - (Ex-Libris, Coll. Quantin) - D'argent à la fasce d'azur losangée de trois pièces et deux demies d'or acc en chef de trois macles rangées du second l'écu bordé d'azur à huit besants d'or 3 2 et 3 Cimier une tête et col d'aigle Devise LAVINS FIT PATIENTIA Source: Rietstaps
5) (Visit. Cornwall, 1620). Chequy gu. and or, on a chief ar. three crosses crosslet az. Source: Burke's
6) (Westport, co. Dorset; granted 11 April, 1614). Ar. a fesse lozengy or and az. in chief three mascles of the third, within a bordure of the same bezantee. Source: Burke's
7) (Westham, co. Essex). Ar. on a cross sa. a leopard's face or. Crest—A Saracen’s head in profile ppr. wreathed about the temples ar. and sa. habited over the shoulders of the first in stripes paleways, thereon torteaux. Source: Burke's
8) (Leicestershire). Ar. on a bend betw. six crosses crosslet gu. three lozenges of the field. Source: Burke's
9) (Crendon, co. Lincoln, granted 1631). Ar. a fesse chequy or and sa. in chief three crosses flory of the last. Crest—On a mural crown chequy or and sa. a round buckle of the first, the tongue erect in pale. Source: Burke's
10) (Beauport, Sussex). Per fesse ar. and erm. a fesse az. fretty or, a bordure of the third bezantee, on a canton gu. a bend of the first, charged with a baton of Knight Marshal ppr. Crest—A camel’s head ppr. bezantee erased gu. Source: Burke's
11) Chequy ar. and gu. on a chief or, three crosses botonee az. Crest—A lion ramp. gu. holding in the dexter paw an annulet enclosing a fleur-de-lis ar. Source: Burke's
12) (Ballymore, co. Westmeath, 1736, afterwards of Dublin). Ar. a fesse lozengy or and gu. in chief three mascles of the last, all within a bordure of the same bezantee. Crest—A camel's head couped gu. bezantee. Source: Burke's
13) (Parkanaur, co. Tyrone, and Thorpe Hall and East; Ham, co. Essex, confirmed to John Ynyr Burges. Esq., J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff co. Tyrone, 1829, son and heir of John Henry Burges, Esq., of Wood Park, co. Armagh, by Marianne, his wife, dau. and co-heir of Sir Richard Johnston, Bart). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, or, a fesse chequy ar. and az., in chief two cross crosslets gu. and in base a covered cup of the last, for Burges; 2nd, paly of eight or and gu. all within a bordure of the first pellettee, for Lloyd; 3rd, ar. a saltire sa., on a chief gu. three cushions or, for Johnston. Crests—A dove rising ar. beaked and membered gu. in its beak a palm branch ppr., for Burges; A lion ramp. gu. langued az., in the dexter paw an annulet enclosing a fleur-de-lis ar., for Lloyd. Motto—Tace aut face. Source: Burke's
14) Vert a fesse or, fretty gu. betw. three doves ar. membered of the third. Source: Burke's
15) Ar. on a bend sa. three plates. Source: Burke's
16) Lozengy gu. and vair. Source: Burke's
17) Quarterly or and az. a bend gu. Source: Burke's
18) Per pale: A fess checky in chief three crosses crosslet fitchy; impaling On a fess three escallops. Source: The Heraldic Journal; Recording the Armorial Bearings and Genealogies of American Families, 4 volumes, W.H. Whitmore, ed., Boston, 1865-1868
19) A fess checky argent and gules in chief three crosses crosslet fitchy. Source: The Heraldic Journal; Recording the Armorial Bearings and Genealogies of American Families, 4 volumes, W.H. Whitmore, ed., Boston, 1865-1868
20) Thomas BURGESS, Bp. of S.David's, 1803; of Salisbury, 1825-37. - Or, on a fesse gules, five fusils argent; in chief three mascles azure, in base a fret of the second; all within a bordure of the fourth, entoyre of bezants Source: Parker's
21) Burges du Solier - Bresse, Bugey - De sable à la croix ancrée d'or Source: Rietstaps
22) de Burges - Flanders - Adrien Nicolas de Burges, Con. Et. Procur du Roy - See https://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/bpt6k1105894/f156.image Source: ARMORIAL DE FRANCE EN 1696 PAR D'HOZIER
23) Provence - N. (???) de Burges, Enseigne du Por(?) de Toulon - See https://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/bpt6k111476m/f640.image Source: ARMORIAL DE FRANCE EN 1696 PAR D'HOZIER
24) Beurgas ou Burges - Lorraine - (An., 1464) - D'azur au chevron d'or acc en chef de deux coquilles d'argent et en pointe d'un cygne du même Cimier le cygne de l'écu Source: Rietstaps
25) Beurges (de) ou de Burges - Lorraine - Originaire d'Anjou - D'azur au chevron d'or acc en chef de deux coquilles d'argent et en pointe d'un cygne du mesme tenant en son bec une couleuvre au naturel Couronne de comte ou casque Cimier le cygne de l'écu Supports deux aigles Source: Rietstaps
26) Espagne - D'or à une aigle mornée de sable Source: Rietstaps
27) Bourboun - Eleonore de Burgues Seine de N (???) du Buisson des Aix. See - https://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/bpt6k111462r/f122.image Source: ARMORIAL DE FRANCE EN 1696 PAR D'HOZIER
28) de Burgues - Provence - Gabriel de Burgues, bourg' de Toulon - See https://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/bpt6k1114770/f6.image Source: ARMORIAL DE FRANCE EN 1696 PAR D'HOZIER
29) Provence - Honore de Burgues, Cade(?) -Jaque de Burgues - Pierre de Burgues, Lieutenant de du (Royal?) Commandt une. Compagnie Franche de la Mariue(?) auporz de Toulon - See https://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/bpt6k1114770/f27.image Source: ARMORIAL DE FRANCE EN 1696 PAR D'HOZIER
30) Edouard-Thomas de BURGUES MISSIESSY (1756-1837), vice-amiral, comte de l'Empire par lettres patentes du 23 février 1811. Règlement d'armoiries - Ecartelé : au 1er, des comtes militaires ; aux 2e et 3e, de gueules à la tour d'or, ouverte du champ, ajourée de sable ; au 4e, d'azur à l'ancre d'argent. Source: Armorial Noblesse Empire.

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