John Goodrick Lincolnshire now of Bradford St Clair Suffolk 1550.

Crest: a demi lion Sable issuing out a wreath of Or and Azure

Arms: Goodrick Quarterly of thirteen 1: Argent, on a fess Gules, between two lions passant guardant Sable, a fleur de lis Or between two crescents of the first.

Williamson 2: Argent on a chevron engrailed between three trefoils slipped Sable, three crescents Or, Dymoke 3: Sable, two lions in pale passant Argent, armed Gules, crowned Or. Marymun 4: Vaire Azure and Argent, a fess fretty Gules. Ludlow 5: Azure, three lions passant gardant Argent armed Gules,. Kilpec 6: Sable, a sword in pale Argent, hilted Or. Debden 7: Ermines, tree fusils in fesse Gules. Rye 8: Gules on bend Argent, three rye stalks and ears Sable. Sparrow 9: Argent six sparrows 3, 2, and 1, Sable on a chief indented Gules two swords in saltire, points upwards proper between  two wolves heads erased Or. Waterton 10: Or, a lion rampant double queued Sable. Eugayne 11: Gules a fess dancette Or, between six cross crosslets of the last. Wellers 12:Barry of six ermines and Gules, over all three crescents Sable. Griffith 13: Overall in centre in an Escutcheon of retence Gules on a fess dancette Argent between six lions rampant Or armed Azure,  three martlets Sable.

 

Source with kind permission 'The design is based on an early seventeenth century manuscript supplied by Ron Fiske. This has been amended in respect of certain of the quarterings where they vary from family sources. heralds notes for Suffolk. 

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Arms and Armorial Bearings for John Goodrick Lincolnshire now of Suffolk 1550.

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