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18 Joh. Apseley, arm.

19 Rad. Shirley, arm.

Name.

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Paly of eight O. and Az. a canton Erm.

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20 Rich. Sackvile, arm.

21 Godr. Oxenbrig, arm.

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HENRY VIII.

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1 Joh. Leigh, arm.
2 Edw. Lewknor, arm.

3 Rog. Lewknor, mil.
4 God. Oxenbrigg, mil.

5 Rich. Shirley, arm.
6 Roger. Copley, arm.
7 Joh. Leigh, mil.
8 Will. Ashburnham
9 Joh. Gainsford, mil.
10 Rich. Carewe, arm.
11 God. Oxenbrigg, mil.
12 Joh. Scott, arm.

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14 Rich. Covert, arm.

G. a lion rampant queué forché Arg. within a border V. charged an entoire of eight escalops O.

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22 Will. Ashburnham

23 Tho. Morton, arm.

Quarterly G. and Erm.; in the first and fourth a goat's head erased Arg.

24 Tho. Fienis, mil. .

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15 Will. Ashburnham 16 Tho. West, mil.

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SHERIFFS.

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Arg. three Katharine wheels S. within a border engrailed G.

13 Edw. Bray, mil.

Arg. a chevron between three eagles' legs erased S.

Slaugham, Sussex.

Arg. a fess dancetté S.

G. a fess Erm. betwixt three leopards O.

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17 Rich. Shirley, arm.

18 Joh. Dawtree, mil.
19 Joh. Sackvill, arm.
20 Rich. Belingham.
Arg. three hunters'

21 Rog. Copley, mil.
22 Will. Goring, mil.
23 Rog. Lewkenor, mil.
24 Christop. Moore, arm..

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Az. on a cross Arg. five martlets S.

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25 Joh. Palmer, arm.

Angmarin.

O. two bars G. on each three trefoils Ar.; in chief a greyhound currant S. collared of the first.

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5 Joh. Ashburnham

6 Will. More, arm.

4 Will. Goring, mil.
5 Rob. Oxenbrigg, arm.

6 Antho. Brown, mil.

Az. a lion rampant O. 34 Rich. Belingham, arm. 35 Joh. Palmer, arm. 36 Joh. Thetcher, arm. 37 Joh. Dawtree, mil. 38 Joh. Sackvile, arm.

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3 Joh. Stidolf, arm.

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2 John Covert, arm.

3 Will. Saunders, arm.

4 Edw. Gage, mil.

4 Hen. Goring, arm. 5 Will. Gresham.

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9 Franc. Carew, arm.

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ELIZ. REG.

1 Tho. Palmer, mil.

2 Joh. Colepeper, arm.

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6 Rich. Covert, arm.
7 Antho. Pelham, arm.

8 Will. Dawtree, arm. .

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PHIL. REX et MARI. REG.

1 Tho. Saunders, mil. . Chartwood.

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Gyronné of four, Az. and Arg. a saltire G.

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Arg. a bend engrailed G.

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crowned Arg.
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Arg. O. a chief S. two wolves' heads erased O.

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(This year the two counties were divided.)

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SHERIFFS OF SURREY ALONE.

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Anno

Name

10 Hen. Weston, mil.

11 Tho. Lifeld, arm.

12 Tho. Brown, arm.

Place.

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(This year the two counties were again united under one Sheriff.)

13 Joh. Pelham, arm.

14 Tho. Palmer, mil. 15 Fran. Shirley, arm. 16 Joh. Rede, arm. et Rich. Polsted.

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17 Hen. Pelham, arm.
18 Will. Gresham, arm.
19 Tho. Shirley, mil.
20 Georg. Goring, arm.
21 Will. Moore, mil.
22 Will. Morley, arm.
23 Edw. Slifeld, arm.
24 Tho. Brown, mil.
25 Walt. Covert, arm.
26 Tho. Bishop, arm.
Arg. on a bend cotised
27 Rich. Bostock, arm.

S. a fess humet Arg.
28 Nich. Parker, arm.
29 Rich. Brown, arm.
30 Joh. Carrell, arm.

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31 Thom. Pelham, arm.

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SHERIFFS.

34 Walt. Covert, mil.
35 Nich. Parker, mil.
36 Will. Gardeux, arm.
37 Rich. Leech, arm.
38 Edm. Culpeper, arm.
39 Georg. Moore, arm.
40 Jam. Colebrand, arm.

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32 Hen. Pelham, arm. .
33 Robt. Linsey, arm.
O. an eagle displayed
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Parham.

G. three bezants.

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Harting.

Az. three levels with plummets O. 41 Tho. Eversfeld, arm. Den. Erm. on a bend S. three mullets O. 42 Edm. Boier, arm.

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S. beaked and membered Az.; a

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Botham.

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Camberwell, Surrey.
two cotises G.

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JACOB REX.

Anno

Name.

1 Rob. Linsey, arm.
2 Hen. Goring, mil.
3 Edw. Culpeper, mil.
4 Tho. Hoskings, mil.
5 Hen. Morley, arm.

Place.

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S. three gauntlets within a border O.

6 Georg. Gunter, mil.

7 Thom. Hunt, mil.

8 Joh. Lountesford.

Az. a chevron betwixt three boars O. coupé G.
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9 Edw. Bellingham,

10 Will. Wignall, arm.

Tandridge, Surrey.

Az. on a chevron O. betwixt three ostridges three mullets G. 11 Edw. Goring, arm. . . ut prius. 12 Joh. Willdigos, mil.

13 Rola. Tropps, Mor. et
Joh. Morgan, mil.
14 Joh. Shirley, mil.
15 Joh. Middleton, arm.
16 Joh. Howland, mil..
Arg. two bars and three

2 Tho. Bowyer, arm.

17 Nich. Eversfeld, arm.
18 Rich. Michelborne.
19 Franc. Leigh, mil.
20 Tho. Springet, mil.
21 Ben. Pelham, mil.
22 Amb. Browne, arm.

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4 Steph. Boord, mil.

5 Anth. May, arm.

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8 Joh. Chapman, mil.

9 Rich. Evelyn, arm.

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CAR. REX.

1 Edr. Alford, arm.

G. six pears, three, two, and one; and a chief O.

Leghthorn, Sussex.

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Shatham.

lions rampant in chief S.
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O. a bend Vairy betwixt two cotises G.

Gatwik.

3 Edw. Jourden, arm.

S. an eagle displayed betwixt two bendlets Ar. a canton sinister O.

G. a fess between eight billets O.

Wimbledon.

6 Will. Walter, mil.

Az. a fess indented O. between three eagles Arg.

Wotton.

Az. a gryphon passant, and chief O.

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When I look upon these two counties, it puts me in mind of the epigram in the poet :

Nec cum te possum vivere, nec sine te. "Neither with thee can I well,

Nor without thee can I dwell."

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14 Johan. Gresham, mil. 15 Joh. Howland, mil. .

16 Tho. Smith, arm. 17 Georg. Price, arm.

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For these two shires of Surrey and Sussex generally had distinct sheriffs until the reign of king Edward the Second, when they were united under one. Then again divided in the ninth of queen Elizabeth; united in the thirteenth; divided again in the twelfth of king Charles, and so remain at this day. But how long this condition will continue is to me unknown; seeing, neither conjunctim nor divisim, they seem very well satisfied.

SHERIFFS OF THIS COUNTY ALONE.

19 Edru. Jorden, arm. . 20 Mathe. Brand, mil.

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22 Will. Wymondsal, mil.

KING CHARLES.

12 Antho. Vincent, mil. . Stock Daberon. Az. three quartrefoils Arg.

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Putney.

RICHARD II.

19. JOHN ASHBURNHAM.-My poor and plain pen is willing, though unable, to add any lustre to this family of stupendous antiquity. The chief of this name was high sheriff of Sussex and Surrey, anno 1066, when William duke of Normandy invaded England, to whom king Harold wrote to assemble the posse comitatuum, to make effectual resistance against that foreigner. The original hereof, an honourable heir-loom (worth as much as the owners thereof would value it at) was lately in the possession of this family; a family wherein the eminency hath equalled the antiquity thereof, having been barons of England in the reign of king Henry the Third.

The last Sir John Ashburnham, of Ashburnham, married Elizabeth Beaumont, daughter of Sir Thomas Beaumont (afterwards by especial grace created Viscountess Crawmount in Scotland); and bare unto him two sons; John, of the bedchamber to king Charles the First and Second; and William,

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