Encyclopaedia Heraldrica

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.

Rev. John Bartow (1702)

Rev. John Bartow (1702)

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.

Richard Bartlett (1634)

Richard Bartlett (1634)

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.

John Barton (1672)

John Barton (1672)

The coat of arms of Dr. John Barton of Salem, Massachusetts. It is recorded that Dr. John Barton came to North America in (or about) the year 1672 from Norfolk, England. Dr. John Barton would come to live in Salem, Massachusetts. The Coat of Arms Blazoned: Ermine, on...
John Bartlett (1635)

John Bartlett (1635)

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.