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Blazons & Genealogy Notes1) (Theobald Walter, temp. Henry II., A.D. 1189, founder of the noble house of Butler, Earls, Marquesses, and Dukes of Ormonde). Or, a chief indented az.
2) (Crawdon, co. Cambridge, and Bradrell, co. Hereford). Or, a bend cotised sa. betw. three boars’ heads couped gu. a border of the last.
3) (co. Cambridge). Ar. two swords in saltire gu. a lion ramp. sa.
4) (co. Cornwall). Or, on a bend cotised gu. three boars’ heads of the first.
5) (Come, co. Devon; John Walter, of Come, temp. Henry VII., in. Alice, dau. and heir of Joiin Collacott, of Collacott, same co., and left an only dau. and heir, Alice Walter, m. Thomas Westcott, of Raddon, same co. Visit. Devon, 1620). Or, on a bend cotised sa. three boare’ heads couped ar. a border of the second.
6) (Ashburie, co. Devon, temp. James I.; Henry Walter, Esq., of Ashburie, living there 1620, was fifth in descent from John Walter, Esq., of Crawdon, co. Cambridge. Visit. Devon, 1620). Ar. guttée de sang two swords in saltire gu. over all a lion ramp. sa., quartering, for Pynchpoll, of Haundon, co. Essex, Ar. a hunting-horn sa. betw. three trefoils slipped of the last. Thomas Walter, eldest son of John Walter, Esq., of Crawdon, m. Elizabeth, dau. and heir of Richard Pynchpoll, Esq., of Maundon. Crest—A stork drinking out of a whelk-shell all ppr.
7) or Walthew (co. Kent; granted May, 1613). Az. a fess dancettée betw. three mural crowns or.
8) (London, and Ludlow, co. Salop). Az. a fess indented betw. three eagles displ. ar. Crest—A lion’s gamb erased ar.
9) (Wimbledon, co. Surrey, Sarsden, co. Oxford, and co. Warwick). Az. a fess indented or, betw. three eagles displ. ar.
10) (co. Warwick). Ar. a bend cotised betw. three boars’ heads gu.
11) (co. York, 1603). Ar. on a chev. engr. betw. three chessrooks sa. as many crescents or.
12) (Bearwood, co. Berks; John Walter, co. Warwick, had two sons, Robert and John: the elder, Robert Walter, Capt. R.N., d. leaving five daus. his co-heirs; the younger son, John Walter, Esq., of Teddington Grove, co. Middlesex, was the celebrated founder of the English “Times” newspaper; he d. 1812, leaving, with four daus., two sons, William and John, of Bearwood, who was High Sheriff co. Berks 1830, and for some time M.P. for that co.). Ar. guttée de sang two swords in saltire gu. a lion ramp. sa. Crest—A stork drinking out of a whelk-shell ppr.
13) Or, a bend cotised betw. three boars’ heads couped gu.
14) Az. a griffin segreant ar. a border engr. erm.
15) (Piercefield, co. Monmouth). Az. a squirrel sejant or.