Mutton Family Crest, Coat of Arms and Name History


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Blazons & Genealogy Notes

1) (Sir Everard de Mutton, Knt., of Halston. Descendants: 1) Mytton, of Halston; 2)Mytton, by change of name Thornycroft, of Thornycroft; 3) Mytton, of Garth and Pen-y-lan, originally of Pont-ys-Cowryd; 4) Mutton, of Llanerch Park; 5) Mytton, of Weston). (Llanerch Park, co. Denbigh; Sir Peter Mutton, Chief Justice of North Wales, descended from Jenkin Mutton, third son of Richard Mytton, Esq. ancestor of Mytton, of Halston, left two daus., his co heirs: 1) Anne, m. Robert Davies, Esq., of Gwysaney, co, Flint, ancestor of Davies, of Gwysaney; Davies, of Eton House, co. Kent; and Davies, of Marrington Hall; 2) Eleanor, m. Kenrick Eyton, Esq., of Eyton). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, per pale az. and gu. an eagle displ. with two heads or, a border engr. of the last; 2nd and 3rd, ar. a cinquefoil az.
2) (Pickleton, co. Leicester). Ar. a cinquefoil pierced az. Crest—A unicorn ramp.

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