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Blazons & Genealogy Notes

1) (Markeaton. co. Derby; Sir John Mundy, Knt., of Chekenden, co. Oxford, Knt., Lord Mayor of London, 1522-3, descended from John Mundy, temp. Edwavd I., d. 1538, seised of Markeaton and other manors, co. Derby). (Burton Hall, co. Leicester). Per pale gu. and sa. on a cross engr. ar. five lozenges purp. on a chief or, three eagles' legs erased a-la-quise az. Crest—A wolf's head erased sa. bezantee, fire issuing from the mouth ppr. Motto—Deus providebit.
2) (Shipley Hall, co. Derby; descended from Gilbert Mundy, Esq., High Sheriff co. Derby, 1697, younger son of John Mundy, Esq., of Markeaton). Per pale gu. and sa. on a cross engr. ar. five lozenges az. on a chief or, three eagles’ legs erased a-la-quise of the fourth. Crest—A wolf's head erased sa. bezantée, fire issuing from the mouth ppr.
3) (co. Buckingham). Per pale ar. and sa. on a cross gu. five fusils or, on a chief az. three eagles’ legs erased a-la-quise ar.
4) (London). Sa. on a cross engr. ar. five lozenges purp. on a chief of the second three eagles’ legs erased a-la-quise az. Crest—A leopard's head erased sa. bezantée, fire issuing from the mouth ppr.

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

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Mundy Coat of Arms Meaning

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