Tyson Coat of Arms

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1) or Tison (Woodland Green, co. Gloucester; granted 24 Feb. 1708). Vert three lions ramp. ar. crowned, collared, and chained or. Crest—A sinister arm in mail armour or, the hand ppr. defended by an antique shield gold, lined vert, straps gu.
2) (Malton and Alnwick, co. Northumberland). Vert three lions ramp. ar. collared or, chains fixed to the collar of the last, pendent betw. the legs and over the loins.
3) Vert a lion ramp. crowned or.
4) (Maryport, co. Cumberland; Edward Tyson, Esq.). Vert, gutte d’eau, three lions ramp. ar. each holding in the dexter paw a torch erect, fired, ppr. Crest—A demi lion vert guttee d'eau, holding in the dexter paw a torch as in the arms, and resting the sinister on a rose gu. barbed and seeded ppr. Motto—Fortiter et vigilanter.
5) or Tyson (Woodland Green, co. Gloucester; granted 24 Feb. 1708). Vert three lions ramp. ar. crowned, collared, and chained or. Crest—A sinister arm in mail armour or, the hand ppr. defended by an antique shield gold, lined vert, straps gu.
6) (cos. Northumberland and Wilts). Vert three lions ramp. ar. crowned or.

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