The Baronetage of England: Containing a Genealogical and Historical Account of All the English Baronets Now Existing : with Their Descents, Marriages, and Memorable Actions Both in War and Peace: Collected from Authentic Manuscripts, Records, Old Wills, Our Best Historians, and Other Authorities : Illustrated with Their Coats of Arms, Engraven on Copper-plates : Also, a List of All the Baronets, who Have Been Advanced to that Dignity, from the First Institution Thereof : to which is Added an Account of Such Nova-Scotia Baronets as are of English Families : and a Dictionary of Heraldry, Explaining Such Terms as are Commonly Used in English Armory, Volume 2

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G. Woodfall, J. Fuller, E. Johnson, Hawes, Clarke and Collins, W. Johnston, S. Crowder, J. Wilkie, T. Longman, B. Law, T. Lowndes, T. Caslon, Robinson and Roberts, W. Nicoll, R. Baldwin, Z. Stuart, and W. Davis, 1771 - 36 páginas
 

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Afley of HillMorton Warwickſhire
35
Page
39
Bowyer of DenhamCourt Buckinghamſhire
40
Stanley öf Alderley Cheſhire
42
Shuckburgh of Shuckburgh Warwickshire 46 1
46
Stuart of HarteleyMauduit Hampſhire
51
Warburton of Arley Cheſhire
53
Auften of Bexley Kent
56
Clerke of Hitcham Buckinghamſhire
58
Hales of Beakſbourne Kent
60
Boothby of BroadlowAſh Derbyſhire
63
Dixie of Boſworth Leiceſterſhire
66
Honywood of Evington Kent
69
Aubrey of Llantrithed Glamorganſhire
72
Greſham of Lympsfield Surry
75
Leiceſter of Tabley Cheſhire
79
Wheler of Weſtminſter Middleſex
92
Lee of Hartwell Buckinghamſhire
94
Rous of Henham Suffolk
96
Hales of Coventry Warwickſhire
99
Swinburne of Capheaton Northumberland
103
Mainwaring of OverPeover Cheſhire
110
Wynne of Noftell Yorkſhire
118
Monnoux of Wotton Bedfordſhire
119
Anderſon of Broughton Lincolnſhire
121
Fagg of Weſton Suſſex
124
170 Keyt of Ebrington Glouceſterſhire
126
Buck of HambyGrange Lincolnſhire
131
Frankland of Thirkelby Yorkſhire
133
Gardiner of London
137
Legard of Ganton Yorkſhire
138
Bedingfeld of Oxborough Norfolk
140
Ernle of NewSarum Wiltſhire
145
Oſborn of Chickfand Bedfordſhire
149
Colleton of London
153
Beaumont of Stoughton Grange Leiceſterſhire
155
Smythe of Eſhe Durham
167
Wilſon of EaſtBourne Suſſex
168
Read of Barton Berkſhire
179
Broughton of Broughton Staffordſhire
182
Parſons of Langley Buckinghamſhire
186
Cayley of Brompton Yorkſkire
187
Cooke of Wheatley Yorkſhire
189
Amburnham of Bromham Suſſex
191
Jenkinſon of Walcot Oxon
194
Glynne of Bilſeter Oxfordſhire
196
Clavering of Afwell Durham
199
Stanley of Hooton Cheſhire
205
Rufhout of MilnſtMaylards Eſſex
208
Williams of Penrhyn Carnarvonſhire 2II Vide Appendix p 455
211
Guiſe of Elmore Glouceſterſhire
216
Carew of Haccombe Devonſhire
218
Millbanke of Halnaby Yorkſhire
223
Bickley of Attleburgh Norfolk
225
Yonge of Culliton Devonſhire
227
Smyth of HillHall Eſex
233
Trevelyan of Nettlecomb Somerſetſhire
237
Wittenwrong of Stantonbarry
244
Bernard of Huntingdon
245
Gage of Hengrave Suffolk
247
Afley of Pathull Staffordſhire
250
Fuft of Hill Glouceſterſhire
255
Long of Weſtminſter
265
Middleton of BelfayCaſtle Northumberland
268
Graham of NortonConyers Yorkſhire
270
Tancred of BoroughBridge Yorkſhire
272
Heron of Chipchaſe Northumberland
275
Brooke of Norton Cheſhire
277
Betenſon of Wimbleton Surry
280
Wolſtenholme of London
305
Jacob of Bromley Middleſex
308
Yeamans of Briſtol Somerſetſhire
312
Smyth of Upton Eſſex
318
Brown of Caverſham Oxfordſhire
321
Dukenfield of Dukenfield Hall Cheſhire
322
Oglander of Nunwell Hampſhire A
328
Nelthorpe of Grays Inn Middleſex
330
DOyly of Chiſlehampton Oxfordſhire
334
Peyton of Doddington Cambridgeſhire
338
Moſtyn of Tolacre Flintſhire
349
Skipwith of NewboldHall Warwickſhire
351
Croft of CroftCaſtle Herefordſhire
357
St Aubyn of Clowance Cornwall
365
Eden of WeſtAuckland Durham
368
Blacket of Newcaſtle Northumberland
370
Tynte of Halſewell Somerſetſhire
373
Clarges of St Martins in the Fields Middleſex
375
Williams of Eltham Kent
385
Filmer of EaftSutton Kent
387
More of MoreHall Lancaſhire
389
Samwell of Upton Northamptonſhire
390
Rich of London
393
Barker of BockingHall Elſex
400
Pennington of Mancaſter Cumberland
402
Hoſkins of Harwood Herefordſhire
404
Standiſh of Duxbury Lancaſhire
406
Dyke of Horeham Suſſex
408
Cotton of Cumbermere Cheſhire
410
Newdigate of Arbury Warwickſhire
413
Cuſt of Stamford Lincolnſhire
419
Poole of Poole Cheſhire
422
Oxenden of Dene Kent
426
Dyer of Tottenham Middleſex
430
Bradſhaigh of Haigh Lancaſhire
432
Stapleton of the Leeward Iſlands
440
Beckwith of Aldbrough Yorkſhire
445
Parkyns of Bunny Nottinghamſhire
451
Vide Appendix p
455
Vide Appendix p
456
Parker of London
459
Myddleton of Hackney Middleſex
461
Alpon of Chelſea Middleſex
464
Maynard of Walthamſtow Eſſex
466
Napier of Punknoll Dorſethire
470
Davers of Rougham Suffolk
475
Richards of BramletyHouſe Suſſex
477
Daſhwood of Northbrooke Oxfordſhire
478
Child of Surat in the EaſtIndies
479
Soame of Thurlow Suffolk
480
Blois of Grundiſburgh Suffolk
485
Compton of Hartbury Glouceſterſhire
487
Charlton of Ludford Herefordſhire
489
Lawſon of Iſell Cumberland
492
Williams of GraysInn Middleſex
495
Moleſworth of Pencarrow Cornwall
500
Ramſden of Byrom Yorkſhire
505
Robinſon of Newby Yorkſhire
507
Leighton of Watleſborough Shropſhire
509
Colt of Weſtminſter
516
Thomas of Wenvoe Glamorganſhire
523
Wheate of Glympton Oxfordſhire
524
Manſell of Trimſaran Carmarthenſhire 256
526
Buckworth of Sheen near Richmond Surry
527
Clarke of Snailwell Cambridgeſhire
531
Rogers of Wiſdome Devonſhire
532
Wiſcombe Conful at Cadiz
534
Chetwode of Oakley Staffordſhire
535

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