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Blazons & Genealogy Notes

1) or Downes - (Downes, co. Chester). Sa. a buck lodged ar. Crest—A buck, as in the arms.
2) or Downes - (Evenwood, co. Durham). Same Arms, in the sinister chief quarter a cinquefoil of the last for diff.
3) or Downes - (Debnam, and Great Melton, co. Suffolk). (Reg. Ulster’s Office). (quartered by Mitford, through Osbaldeston and Wentworth. Coll. Arms. Lon.). Ar. three palets wavy gu. a mullet for diff. Crest—A wolf’s head ar. charged with a mullet.
4) or Downes - Sa. a buck springing ar. attired or.
5) or Downes - Vert a buck couchant ar. Crest—A buck’a head erased ppr.
6) or Downes - (quartered by Dennis, of Orleigh, co. Devon. Visit. 1620). Ar. on a bend cotised sa. three cinquefoils or.
7) or Downes - (Shrigley, co. Chester). (Taxall, co Chester; derived from Robert de Downes, temp. King John). Ancient Arms—Sa. a stag lodged ar. a bordure or, semee of quatrefoils sa. Later Arms—The same without the border.
8) or Downes - (Wardley, co. Lancaster). Same Arms. Crest—A stag’s head erased gu. armed or.
9) or Downes - Or, on a bend betw. two. lions ramp. sa. three martlets ar.
10) or Downes - Ar. a buglehorn sa.
11) or Downes - (Panter-Downes, Edward Downes Panter-Downes, Esq., R.N.). Sa. a stag lodged ar. attired and unguled or.
12) or Downes - (Cowley, co. Gloucester. John Downes, of Cowley, temp. Henry VIII., m. Juliana Merry, of Cheltenham, visit. Berks, 1665). Az. a stag couchant ar. Crest—A stag’s head gu. attired or.
13) or Downes - (Windsor, co. Berks. George Downes, of Windsor, b. 1584. 6th son of John Downes, of Cowley, co. Gloucester. Visit. Berks, 1665). Same Arms and Crest.

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

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Downs Coat of Arms Meaning

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