R, of Wilton, Jliddle Brighton, Melbourne, Victoria, Aus- tralia, a fleur-de-lis az. ABEA Beckett, Arthur Hayward, Esquire, of Ballintrae, Mornington, co. Abel and Abell, Essex and Kent, an arm in armour embowed ppr., holding a sword arg., hilted or, the arm entiled with a Teath arg. Abel, Bart., in front of a dexter arm embowed in armour, the hand grasping a thunderbolt, a torch fessewise fired, all ppr.
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7Abbefoid, Leics., on a chapeau ppr., a water-bouget sa. 2Abberbury, a hawk, wings expanded and inverted, resting its dexter claw on a mount ppr.
2Abercromby, Baron, of Aboukir, Fern Tower, Crieff, Perthsh., Abercromby, ia bee volant jipr.
Edinburgh), residing at Cape Town, Cape Colony, a bee volant70.4Abercromby, Sir George William, Bart., of Birkenbog, a falcou rising ppr., belled or.
Abbott, John, Esquire, of Braemar House, Lancaster Gate, Paddington, London, W., in front of two crosiers saltire- wise sa., a unicorn's head erased or. Abbott, John Theodore, surgeon, 5, Church Road, Tunbridge We Us, outof a ducal coronet a unicorn's head or,between two ostrich-feathers arg.