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Armorer of Belford
Arms: Quarterly. 1 and 4, gules; a chevron between three arms in armour argent.
2, argent; three water bougets sable. 3, argent; three boars sable.
Crest: A gauntlet argent, garnished or, holding a broken tilting spear of the first. (Visitation).
Edward Bateson, A History of Northumberland, Andrew Reid, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 1893, Vol. I: The Parish of Bamburgh with the Chapelry of Belford, p. 390.
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|Linked to||Thomas ARMORER, of Belford|