The Baronetage of England: Containing a Genealogical and Historical Account of All the English Baronets Now Existing ... Illustrated with Their Coats of Arms ... To which is Added an Account of Such Nova Scotia Baronets as are of English Families; and a Dictionary of Heraldry ... by E. Kimber and R. Johnson, Volumen 3

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Warrender of Lochend NorthBritain
49
DAeth ofKnowlton Kent r0 313 Milner of NunAppletonHall Yorkjhire
52
Elton of the city of Bristol
53
Blackwell ofSprouftonHall Norfolk
58
Blunt of London
59
Mostey of Rollefton Staffordhire
60
Chapman of London
62
Codrington of Dodington Gloucesterhire
66
Frederick of Westminster
68
Vandeput of Twickenham Middlesex
69
Mitchell ofWeflJhore Scotland 12
74
Farnaby of Kippington Kent
77
Hill of Hawiestone Shropjhire
78
Turner ofWarham Norfolk
81
Gough of Edgbaflon Warwickhire
84
Wyche his Majestys Resident at the Hans Towns
87
Robinson of Rookby Torkjhire
93
Wynne of LeeWood Flintjhire IOI 332 Clayton of Mar den Surry ibid 333 Browne of Westminster
104
Heathcote of London
105
Heathcote of Hurstey Hampshire
106
Turner of Ambroseden Oxfordjhire
108
Peachy of Petworth Suffix ibid 338 Payne of St Christophers 1IO 339 Armytage of Kir kites Torihire ibid 340 Hulfe of LincolnsInnFields Middlesex
113
Wynn of Bodveian and Glynnllivon
114
Preclor of Langlcy Norfolk
117
Grey of Howick Northumberland 11
118
MordenHarbord of Gunton Norfolk
119
DAnvers of Swithland Leicestershire ibid 346 Gooch of Virginia
120
Pepper el of New England
121
Fetherjlonhaugh cf Fethcrjlonhaugh Northumber land
122
Williams ofChichester Suffix
124
Ibbctfon of Leeds Torkjhire
125
Woolaston of Louse by Leicesterhire
126
Gibbons of Stanwellplace Middlesex
127
KnollySy of Thame Oxfordjhire
128
Winnington of StanfordCourt Worcesterjhire
136
Sheffield of Normanby Lincolnjhire
138
Mann of Linton Kent
140

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