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Blazons & Genealogy Notes

1) (Baron of Kinderton, co. Chester; Sir Peter Venables, last Baron of Kinderton, had an only sister and heir, Мary Venables, m. Thomas Pigott, Esq., of Chetwynd, same co.; her only dau. and heir, Anne. m. Henry Vernon, Esq., of Sudbury, M.P. co. Stafford, and was mother of George Vernon, Esq., of Sudbury, created, 1762, Lord Vernon, Baron of Kinderton). Az. two bars ar. Crest—A wyvern, wings endorsed gu. standing on a fish weir devouring a child, and pierced through the neck with an arrow all ppr.
2) (Andover, co. Hants. Visit. Hants, 1634). Same Arms, a martlet for diff. Crest—A dragon gu. issuant from a whelk shell lying fessways ar. Motto—Venabulis vinco.
3) (Antrobus, co. Chester). Az. betw. two bars a mullet ar. in chief two mullets of the last. Crest—A wyvern pass. gu. issuing from a weir ar.
4) (Sir William Venables, of Bollyn, younger son of the Baron of Kinderton, m. the dau. and co-heir of Hamon, Lord of Dunham-Massey, A.D. 1122). Or, on a bend az. three garbs of the first.
5) (Bollin, co. Chester). Az. two bars ar. in chief as many mullets of the last.
6) (Agden and Horton, co. Chester). Az. two bars ar. in the centre point a mullet of the second. Crest—A demi wyvern erect, wings elevated gu. issuant from a weir basket erect or.
7) (Newbold, co. Chester, temp. Edward III.). Az. two bars ar. in chief three leopards’ faces of the last.
8) (Llysdinam Hall, co. Brecon). Az. two bars ar. in chief three mullets pierced of the last. Crest—A wyvern wreathed gu. Motto—Venabulis vinco.
9) (co. Lancaster). Az. two bars ar. on a bend gu. three arrows of the second.
10) (co. Lancaster). Sa. an eagle displ. or, on a border ar. eight leopards’ faces gu.
11) (co. Lincoln). Ar. on a cross engr. sa. five mullets or.
12) (Bradwell, co. Stafford). Az. two bars ar. in chief as many plates.
13) Az. two bars ar. a bend gu.
14) Ar. a wyvern gu.
15) Az. two mullets in chief or, pierced of the field.
16) (Reg. by Roberts, Ulster, to Colonel Robert Venables, who landed with his regiment in Dublin, 11 July, 1649). Az. two bars ar. in chief as many mullets pierced of the last. Crest—A wyvern, wings elevated and tail nowed ar. beaked and legged or, swallowing an infant in swaddling clothes ppr. swaddled gu.
17) (Reg. Ulster's Office). Gu. two bars ar. each charged with three torteaux, in chief a buck’s head cabossed of the second.

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Venables Coat of Arms Meaning

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