Heraldry has not been overlooked: connected as it is with history, with antiquities , and many existing distinctions, it presented itself at too many points not to secure very general attention; and the desire to become acquainted with its language and its laws are observably diffused to a very wide extent.
Coat of Arms of Rev. John Bartow of New York, New York: Or, three plates on a bend Sable, betwixt six annulets Gule. Rev. John Bartow came to North America about 1702 from Crediton, Devonshire, England.
Coat of Arms of Dr. Thomas Barton of New Jersey: Argent, three Boars’ Heads couped Gules, armed Argent. Dr. Thomas Barton came to North America about 1751 from Ireland.
Coat of Arms of Richard Bartlett of Newbury, Massachusetts: Sable, three Falconers’ sinister Gloves with pendant Argent, tasseled Or. Richard Bartlett came to North America about 1634 from Ernely, Sussex, England.
Coat of Arms of John Bartlett of Newbury, Massachusetts: Sable, three falconers’ sinister gloves, pendant argent, banded and tasseled or.. John Bartlett came to North America about 1635 from Kent, England.