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Blazons & Genealogy Notes

1) (Bake, co. Cornwall; John Moyle, Esq., of Bake, Visit. Cornwall, 1620, descended from Roger Moile, living 29 Edward I., anno. 1300, the grandson of Robert Moyle, temp. King John). (co. Kent). Gu. a mule pass. ar.
2) (St. Austel, co. Cornwall; Richard Moyle, Visit. Cornwall, 1620, son of Richard Moyle, Esq., of St. Austel, descended from Moyle, of Bake). Same Arms, a mullet for diff. Crest—Two demi dragons sans wings addorsed, the necks entwined, the dexter gu. sinister ar.
3) (Wye, co. Kent). Same Arms, a border of the last.
4) (Bowerhall and Lymby, co. Notts; John Moyle, of the latter place, son of Thomas Moyle, grandson of Ralph Moyle, Esq., of the former place, and great-grandson of Thomas Moyle and Amy, his wife, dau. and heir of Langston, of Langston. Visit. Notts, 1614). Same Arms, in dexter chief a mullet or, for diff. Crest—Two demi dragons addorsed, necks entwined, dexter gu. sinister or. Motto—Dieu garda Le Moyle.
5) Same Arms, adding a chief of the second. Crest—A wivern, wings expanded gu. platée.
6) (co. Chester). Ar. a greyhound courant ea. betw. two bars gu. in chief three torteaux.

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

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Moyle Coat of Arms Meaning

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