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Blazons & Genealogy Notes

1) (or Haidon). (Bowood or Boughwood, Epford, and Cadhay, co. Devon; Robert Hatdon, Esq., of Bowood, tenth in descent from Robert Haydon, of Boughwood, living 19 Edward I, 1290. Visit. Devon, 1620). (John Haidon, mercer, Sheriff of London, d. 1583; descended from Boughwood). (Woodbury, co. Devon, London, and co. Surrey). Ar. three bars gemels az. on a chief gu. a fess dancettee or. Crest—A lion ar. seizing on a bull courant sa. Motto—Ferme en foy.
2) (Adam Haydon, illegitimate son of Roger Haydon, of Nether Stowford, 7 Edward II., who was son of Robert Haydon, of Boughwood, 19 Edward I. Visit. London, 1568). Same Arms, a border compony gu. and or.
3) (Grove, Watford, and Oxley, co. Herts). Quarterly, ar. and az. a cross engr. counterchanged. Crest—A talbot statant az.
4) Same Arms, a bordure gobonated or and az.
5) (Baconstrope, co. Norfolk). Quarterly, ar. and gu. a cross engr. Counterchanged. Crest—A talbot ar. spotted sa.
6) (co. Worcester). Quarterly, ar. and az. a cross engr. counterchanged, in the first quarter a Cornish chough sa.
7) (Sir John Hayden, knighted by Robert, Earl of Essex, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, 5 Aug. 1599). Barry of twelve ar. and az. on a chief gu. a bar dancettee or.

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

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Haydon Coat of Arms Meaning

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