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Blazons & Genealogy Notes

1) (Sittingbourne, co. Kent, 1451). Barry of eight ar. and az. on a canton of the second a martlet or.
2) (Milton-by-Sittingbourne,co. Kent, 1614). Ar. five bars az. on a canton of the first a martlet sa.
3) (Linsted, co. Kent; Laurence Greenstreet, gent., d. 1451, Har. MSS. 3917). (Selling, co. Kent; quartered by Addison, of Newark House, near Maidstone; William Addison, m. Mary, dau. of Peter Greenstreet, ob. 1733, of Selling, by Anne, dau. of the Rev. Henry Dering, Vicar of Thurnham, Kent). (Faversham, co. Kent; John, Robert, and Michael Greenstreet, Mayors of Faversham). Barry of eight ar. and az. on a canton of the second a martlet or.
4) (Ospringe, co. Kent; confirmed in 1642, to Peter Greenstreet, of Ospringe, ob. 1644). Same Arms, canton charged with a double-headed eagle or.

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

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Greenstreet Coat of Arms Meaning

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