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Blazons & Genealogy Notes1) (Crabaton, co. Devon; John Newton, aged 36, 1620, son and heir of William Newton, who came from co. Somerset. Visit. Devon, 1620. The heiress, Elizabeth Newton, m. in 1729, John Fowell, Esq., of Blackhall and Diptford, co. Devon). Vert two shinbones in saltire, the sinister surmounted of the dexter ar. Crest—An eastern prince crowned or, kneeling and delivering up his sword, blade ppr. hilt or, granted, says family tradition, to an ancestor of the Newtons, who overcame and took prisoner an eastern prince at the battle of Ascalon.
2) (Horsley and Mickle-Over, co. Derby; descended from Newton, of Newton, co. Chester, settled at Horsley about a.d. 1500. The senior line, Newton, of Duffield, became extinct at the decease of Timothy Newton, Esq., whose heiress m. Hancock, of Brampton; but the male line was continued by Newton, of Mickle-Over, until the death of Robert Newton, of that place, 1789, when the estates and representation of the family devolved on John Leaper, who assumed by sign manual the additional name and arms of Newton). Sa. two human shinbones in saltire the sinister surmounted of the dexter ar. Crest—A naked man kneeling on his sinister knee and holding a sword ppr. the point downward, hilt and pommel or. Motto—Huic habeo tibi.
3) (Duffield, co. Derby, Hadcr, co. Lincoln, and Thorpe, co. York). Sa. two shinbones in saltire, the sinister surmounted of the dexter ar. Crest—A lion ramp. ar. Another Crest—An eastern prince kneeling on the sinister knee, and presenting a sword all ppr.
4) (Barr’s Court, co. Gloucester, bart., extinct 1743, and co. Somerset; descended from Sir Richard Cradock, Chief Justice of England, through his second son. Sir Thomas Newton, temp. Edward IV.; his descendant, Sir John Newton, of Barr's Court, was created a baronet in 1660). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, sa. two shinbones saltireways, the sinister surmounted, of the dexter ar., for Newton; 2nd and 3rd, ar. on a chev. az. three garbs or, for Cradock. Crest—Same as Newton, of Duffield.
5) (Newton co. Chester). Vert a ton or; sometimes, Ar. a lion ramp. sa. charged on the shoulder with a cross pattée or. Crest—A lion’s gamb sa. holding a key or, to which is a chain dependent, fastened to a ring of the last.
6) (Cheadle Heath, co. Chester; descended from Newton, of Newton). Gu. a cross erm. flory or, betw. four lions' gambs of the last. Crest—A lion ramp. per fesse erm. and gu. collared also gu. holding betw. the paws a cross, as in the arms. Motto—Faveat fortuna.
7) (Badenham, co. Bedford, Lavendon, co. Buckingham, and Exmouth, co. Devon). Ar. three lozenges conjoined in fesse az. each charged with a garb or. Crest—Two arms counter-embowed dexter and sinister, vested az. holding up in the hands ppr. a garb or.
8) (co. Cambridge). Sa. two shinbones in saltire, the dexter surmounted of the sinister ar.
9) (co. Chester). Ar. three eagles displ. az.
10) (cos. Chester, Gloucester, Norfolk, and Somerset; Sir John Newton, Knt., of Harptre, in the latter co., 1567). Ar. on a chev. az. three garbs or.
11) (co. Oxford). Ar. a lion ramp. double queued sa. armed and langued gu.
12) (Highley, co. Salop). Ar. a cross flory sa. the ends or. Crest—An eagle’s leg erased at the thigh sa. environed with a snake or.
13) (Bagdale Hull, co. York). Sa. three pairs of shinbones in saltire ar. a martlet for diff.
14) (co. Durham. Visit. 1615). Az. on a chev. or, three garbs sa.
15) (co. Essex). Sa. a bend sinister surmounted of another dexter or (another, ar.).
16) (Charlton, co. Kent, and Priory, co. Warwick, bart., extinct 1700). Az. two ostrich feathers in saltire betw. three boars’ heads couped at the neck ar. bristled and tusked or. Crest—Out of a ducal coronet or, a boar's head betw. two ostrich feathers ar.
17) (Next Trent, co. Lincoln; granted 14 June, 1660). Vert a cross ragulée betw. four leopards' faces ar.
18) (London, cos. Somerset, Suffolk, Sussex, and Wilts). Ar. a lion ramp. sa. armed gu. tail double queued, charged on the shoulder with a cross pattée of the field. Crest—A lion’s gamb erect holding a key or.
19) Ar. a lion ramp. double queued sa. gorged with a chaplet or. Crest—A lion's gamb erect gu. grasping a key affixed to a chain or.
20) (Newcastle-on-Tyne). Az, two shinbones in saltire, the sinister surmounted of the dexter or, a crescent for diff. Crest—An arm embowed, habited, holding a shinbone.
21) (co. Salop). Per fesse vert and gu. a pale counterchanged, three leopards’ faces or.
22) (co. Suffolk). Ar. a lion ramp. tail double queued sa. on the shoulder a cross crosslet or.
23) (co. Sussex, 1633). Gu. a Saracen’s head couped at the neck ppr. wreathed round the temples ar. and az. betw. three, eagles’ claws issuing out of the three points of the escutcheon ar.
24) (Richmond Castle, co. Somerset; granted 12 Dec. 10 Elizabeth). Ar. on a chev. az. three garbs or, quartering Cradock, alias Newton, Sherborne, Angell, Pirot, Harvy, Shedder, Hampton, Bittpon, Furneaux, Gawdescot, Gurney, and Hawtrey.
25) (Croxton Park, co. Cambridge). A chev. sa. betw. three eagles’ legs erased, each entwined by a snake. Crest—an eagle's leg erased entwined by a snake.
26) Az. three eagles displ. ar.
27) Ar. two chev. reversed gu.
28) Az. a boar’s head couped, surmounted by a knot within a garter all or.
29) Gu. twelve plates, four, four, three, and one.
30) Vert a lion ramp. or, armed and langued gu.
31) Ar. fretty az. on a fess gu. three mullets or.
32) Ar. on a chev. az. three garbs or. Crest—A bear’s head couped ar. muzzled gu.
33) (Reg. Ulster's Office; descended out of co. York). Sa. a Saracen’s head couped at the neck ar. betw. three lion's gambs issuant from the dexter chief, sinister chief, and base points or.
34) (Carrickfergus, co. Antrim; confirmed to Andrew Newton, Esq., of Dungannon, co. Tyrone, descended from Richard Newton, who settled at Carrickfcrgus before 1595). (Hillmount, co. Londonderry). Ar. in chief two lions’ gambs sa. each grasping a key ppr. and in base a lion ramp. gu. charged on the breast with a cross pattée of the field. Crest—A martlet sa. charged on the breast with a cross pattee ar. Motto—Faveat fortuna.
35) (Dunleckney, co. Carlow; confirmed to Philip Jocelyn Newton, Esq., of Dunleckncy, and the descendants of his grandfather). Az. two ostrich feathers in saltire betw. three boars’ heads erased, two in fess and one in base ar. tusked or, and in the centre chief point a cross crosslet of the last. Crest—Out of a ducal coronet or, a boar’s head betw. two ostrich feathers ar. the ncck charged with a cross crosslet az. Motto—Pro patria.
36) (Newton, co. Haddington). The last male heir, Sir Richard Newton, Bart., of Newton, settled his estate, by entail dated 18 June, 1724, on Richard Hay, fourth son of Lord William Hay). Vert a lion ramp. or, on a chief of the last three roses gu. Crest—A demi lion or, holding in the dexter paw a scymitar all ppr. Motto—Pro patria. The old arms of the family seem to have been, Ar. three boars’ heads couped az. Old arms of the family seem to have been, Ar. three boars' heads couped az.
37) (Dalcoif, co. Berwick). Per fesse az. and gu. on the first two stars, on the second a lion pass. ar.
38) (Compton-Deverell. and Swell, co. Somerset; John Newton, of Compton, temp. James I., son of Edward Newton, of Swell, and grandson of Thomas Newton, of same place, who was great-grandson of William Newton and Idonea Montagu, his wife. Visit. Somerset, 1623). Ar. a lion ramp. sa. charged on the shoulder with a cross pattee of the field.