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Kingsmill Coats of Arms

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Introduction

This is a page of the Kingsmill Name & DNA Study and is in 4 sections

  • Arms detailed by John Burke (1787-1848) and Bernard Bernard (1814-1892) in the Encyclopædia of heraldry, or General armory of England, Scotland and Ireland
  • Coats of Arms detailed in Kingsmill Pedigrees in the 16th and 17th century visitations.
  • Other Pictures of Coats of Arms relating to Kingsmill.

The following terms are used a lot and more detail on arms can be found here

Or(Gold), Argent(Silver), Gules(Red), Azure(Blue), Sable(Black), Vert(Green), Tenné(Orange or Tawny?) Purpure(Purple), Sanguine(Bloodcolour).

See also the Complete Guide to Heraldry published in 1909.[1]

Burkes

KINGSMILLl (Sidmanton, co. Hants, and Aston, co. Gloucester, bart., extinct 1823 ; descended from John Kingsmill, Judge of Common Pleas, d. 1604). Ar. semee of crosses crosslet fitchee sa. a chev. erm. betw. three fers-de-moline of the second, a chief of the third. Crest — A cubit arm erect Tested ar. holding in the hand ppr. a millrind sa. Motto — Do well, doubt not.

KINGSMILL (Sir John Kingsmill, Knt., of Hermitage, near Lucan, co. Dublin, who m. 1824, Eliza Catherine, only dau. and heiress of Sir Robert Kingsmill, Bart., of Sidmanton, co. Hants). Same Arms.

KINGSMILL (Millbrook, co. Hants). Ar. crusily fitchee sa. a chev. ermines betw. three millrinds of the second, a chief of the third. Crest — .A. cubit arm erect, vested ar. cuff sa. holding in the hand ppr. a millrind of the second.

KINGSMILL (co. Hants). Same Arms. Crest— A Moor's head in profile couped at the shoulders ppr. wreathed about the temples or and gu.

KINGSMILL (co. Warwick). Ar. a chev. ermines betw. three millrinds .sa. a chief of the second.

KINGSMILL (exemplified to Thomas Nugent Kesney, Esq., of Correndoo Park, co. Galway, and of Hermitage Park, CO. Dublin, and to his wife, Isabel Augusta Bruce, only child and heiress of Sir John Kingsmill, Col. Battle Axe Guard, by Elizabeth Catherine, his wife, dau. and heiress of Sir John Kingsmill, Bart., of Sidmanton, co. Southampton, on his assuming, by royal licence, 18 Jan. 1866, the surname of Kingsmill, in lieu of that of Kennet). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, ar. semee of cross crosslets fitchee sa. a chev. ermines betw. three fers-de-moline pierced of the second, a chief of the second charged with a Maltese cross or, for distinction, for Kingsmill; 2nd and 3rd, per pale or and az. a fleur-de-lis betw. three crescents all counter- changed, a crescent for diff., for Kenney ; an escocheon of pretence, in the 1st and 4th quarters the arms of Kingsmill, without the Maltese cross, in the '2nd and 3rd the arms of Brice, otherwise Bruce, viz. : Or, a saltire gu. a chief of the last, thereon in the dexter chief point a mullet of the first. Crests — 1st: A cubit arm erect, vested ar. cuffed ermines, in the hand ppr. a fer-de-moline, as in the arms, the arm charged with a Maltese cross gu., for distinction, for Kings- mill; 2nd: Out of an earl's coronet or, a cubit arm erect, vested gu. ruffed ar. the hand grasping a roll of parchment ppr. the arm charged with a crescent ar. for diff., for Kenney.

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