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NOTE: Names in italics indicate that we are not aware of any contemporary evidence connecting the arms to the person named.

 NameBlazonCommentsSource
habersham.gif: 200x250, 12k (November 26, 2010, at 06:15 AM) Habersham, James (of Savannah, Ga, 1740)Azure a fess between six crosses paty Argent Crozier 1
haig.gif: 253x306, 8k (February 15, 2013, at 02:08 PM) Haig, Dr George (in Charleston by 1770)Quarterly, 1st and 4th Azure a saltire between two mullets in pale and a decrescent and an increscent in fess all Argent; 2nd and 3rd Or a garb and on a chief Azure a lion rampant Or (for Mackenan)Bookplate. The 1st and 4th quarters are the Scottish arms of Haig of Bemersyde.Bolton
hale.jpg: 189x223, 13k (July 11, 2009, at 05:29 PM) Hale, Robert (in Charlestown, Mass, 1632)Gules three arrows reversed Or barbed and flighted Argent.Descendant of Hales of Tumball, KentVermont,Matthews,Crozier 1
hale2.gif: 200x250, 12k (November 26, 2010, at 06:15 AM) Hale, Robert (of Beverly, Mass, 1752)Gules three arrows palewise in fess, points down.Arms on bookplate by Hurd. It is not obvious from the bookplate that the arrows are intended to be in fess rather than the normal arrangement of two and one.Bolton
hall.gif: 253x306, 12k (December 19, 2009, at 07:06 AM) 1. Hall, John (of Middletown, Conn, 1639)
2. Hall, John
3. Hall, Lyman (of Georgia)
Argent on a chevron between three columbines Azure stalked and leaved Vert a mullet of six points Or2. Arms reportedly on tombstone
3. Signer of the Declaration of Independence
Crozier 1
hall2.gif: 253x306, 7k (February 20, 2012, at 05:16 PM) Hall, Elijah (of Portsmouth, N.H., ca. 1780)Argent a chevron Sable between three columbines slipped proper"Very old" water colorBolton
hall3.gif: 253x306, 6k (February 20, 2012, at 05:16 PM) Hall, James (Philadelphia, 1793-1868)Argent a chevron between three talbot's heads erased SableBookplateHer Jl 3:23, Bolton
hall4.gif: 253x306, 11k (February 16, 2013, at 12:02 PM) Hall, William (18th c. (?))Quarterly, 1st and 4th Sable three talbot's heads erased Argent collared Gules; 2nd and 3rd Sable three leopard's heads jessant-de-lys OrBookplateHer. Jl. 3:23, Bolton
hall5.gif: 254x304, 10k (February 16, 2013, at 07:16 PM) Hall, Dr Timothy (East Hartford, Conn, 1758-1844)Ermine a chevron between three stags’ heads couped contourny Gules.Bookplate by Richard Brunton; contourny placement of stags' heads probably in error.Bolton
halltho.gif: 200x250, 7k (March 31, 2012, at 05:52 PM) Hall, Thomas (Prince George Co, Va, 1739)Three tigers' [probably meant to be talbots'] heads [tinctures unknown]Lid of silver snuff box.Bolton
hall6.gif: 253x306, 8k (February 17, 2013, at 10:49 PM) Hall, Hugh (Boston, by 1746)Argent crusily Gules three talbot's heads erased Sable langued GulesOn a tall cup donated to West Church, BostonBolton
hallett.gif: 253x306, 4k (February 19, 2013, at 01:15 PM) Hallett, William (of Long Island, NY, 1645)Or a chief engrailed Sable overall on a bend engrailed Gules three bezants Crozier 1
halsey.gif: 253x306, 8k (February 19, 2013, at 01:14 PM) Halsey, Thomas (of Southampton, NY, 1640)Argent on a pile Sable three griffins’ heads erased Argent Crozier 1
hambleton.jpg: 189x223, 32k (July 11, 2009, at 05:29 PM) 1. Hambleton, William (Talbot Co., Md, 1640)
2. Hambleton, John (in Charlestown, Mass., 1651)
Gules three cinquefoils Ermine.Undifferenced arms of chief of the Scottish name of Hamilton.1.Crozier 1
2.Matthews
hamel.gif: 253x306, 5k (March 01, 2013, at 08:20 AM) Hamel, Dirck van (d. Rensselaerwyck, New Neth, 1660)Argent three fusils conjoined in fess throughout GulesReportedly on his tombstone at Ft Orange, N.Y. (no longer extant?)NYG&BR 65:220
hamersley.jpg: 189x223, 26k (July 11, 2009, at 05:29 PM) Hamersley, William (1687-1752; in New York 1716)Gules three rams' heads couped Or.Officer of Royal Navy who settled in New York after being stationed there; descendant of Sir Hugh Hamersley, Mayor of London in 1627. Arms are those of the Staffordshire Hamersleys, confirmed 1614.Vermont,Matthews,Crozier 1,Bolton
hamersley1.gif: 253x306, 6k (February 20, 2013, at 02:03 PM) Hamersley, Andrew (d. New York, 1819)Gules a chevron between three hammers Or.Memorial tablet, Trinity Church, New YorkBolton
hamilton2.gif: 253x306, 4k (February 20, 2013, at 02:17 PM) 1. Hamilton, James (Accomac Co, Va, ca 1710-New York, 1783)
2. Hamilton, W. (Philadelphia, 1770s)
Gules three cinquefoils Argent1. Governor of Pennsylvania; see alternative blazon below.Bolton
hamilton4.gif: 253x306, 5k (February 20, 2013, at 02:18 PM) Hamilton, Andrew (in Philadelphia by 1716; d. 1741)Gules a mullet pierced between three cinquefoils Argent.Arms on two tankards made by John Myers.Bolton
hamilton3.gif: 253x306, 5k (February 20, 2013, at 02:17 PM) Hamilton, James (Accomac Co, Va, ca 1710-New York, 1783)Gules a mullet between three cinquefoils Argent.On his seal. Same as James Hamilton second entry above; son of Andrew Hamilton, immediately above.Drawing in Pilcher, Seal and Arms of Pa (1902)
hamilton1.gif: 253x306, 12k (February 20, 2013, at 02:06 PM) Hamilton, Capt John (of Charlestown, Mass, 1651)Quarterly, 1st and 4th Gules a mullet Argent between three cinquefoils Ermine; 2nd and 3rd Gules a heart Proper [adumbrated Or] between three cinquefoils Ermine Matthews
hamiltonalex.gif: 253x306, 12k (January 03, 2012, at 08:21 PM) Hamilton, Alexander (b. Nevis, W.I., 1755; d. New York, 1804)Quarterly, 1st and 4th Gules a mullet between three cinquefoils Argent; 2nd and 3rd Gules a heart Or between three cinquefoils ArgentBookplate; co-author of The Federalist and first Secretary of the Treasury.Bolton
hammond.gif: 253x306, 8k (February 20, 2013, at 02:24 PM) Hammond, Benjamin (of Rochester, Mass, 1634)Azure three demi-lions passant guardant Or Crozier 1
hanbury.gif: 253x306, 5k (February 20, 2013, at 02:38 PM) Hanbury, William (d. Boston, 1650)Or on a bend engrailed Vert cotised Sable three roundels OrSee variant belowNEHGS #140
hanbury.jpg: 189x223, 24k (July 11, 2009, at 05:29 PM) Hanbury, William (in Plymouth, Mass, 1642)Or a bend engrailed Vert cotised Sable.From Wolverhampton, Staffs. See variant above.Matthews
hanchett.gif: 253x306, 9k (February 20, 2013, at 02:42 PM) Hanchett, John (Hartford, Conn, 1760s)Sable three hands couped Argent.Bookplate dated 1768, impaling Argent on a chevron Gules between three boar's heads couped a cross paty [tinctures not given]Bolton
hancock1.jpg: 190x223, 24k (July 11, 2009, at 05:29 PM) Hancock, William (in Cambridge, Mass, 1634)Gules a plate and on a chief Argent three cocks Gules. Matthews
hancock2.gif: 253x306, 11k (December 19, 2009, at 07:07 AM) 1. Hancock, Thomas (Boston, 1703-1764)
2. Hancock, John (Quincy, Mass, 1737-1793)
Gules a dexter hand couped on a chief Argent three cocks Gules1. Arms on dishes; standing cups and beakers. Also impaling Henchman on an escutcheon painted on cloth, probably for his funeral.
2. Used on seal, a coffee pot (Museum of Fine Arts, Boston), and Chinese export porcelain punch bowl (at the Bostonian Society); signer of Declaration of Independence, governor of Massachusetts, president of Continental Congress, nephew of Thomas.
Bolton
hancock3.gif: 253x306, 8k (February 20, 2013, at 02:45 PM) 1. Hancock, William (of Salem, N. J., 1675)
2. Hancock, Richard (of Salem, N.J., 1675)
3. Hancock, John (of New Jersey, d. 1710)
Gules a sinister hand couped on a chief Argent three cocks GulesWilliam and Richard were brothers; John was their nephew.NEHGS #229
hand.jpg: 189x223, 23k (July 11, 2009, at 05:29 PM) Hand, William (East Hampton, L.I., N.Y., 1648)Argent a chevron Azure between three dexter hands couped Gules.From Stanstead, Kent.Matthews
handford.gif: 253x306, 3k (February 20, 2013, at 02:48 PM) Handford, Tobias (of Gloucester Co, Va, 1666)Sable a star of eight rays Argent Crozier 2
handley1.gif: 253x306, 4k (February 21, 2013, at 06:57 AM) Handley, William (of Philadelphia, 1696)Or a fret Gules Crozier 1
handley2.gif: 253x306, 5k (February 21, 2013, at 04:11 PM) Handley, William (of Savannah, 1769)A fess between six mascles [tinctures unknown]Arms on seal.Bolton
hanson.gif: 253x306, 7k (February 21, 2013, at 04:34 PM) 1. Hanson, Andrew (of Kent, Md, 1683)
2. Hanson, John (of Kent, Md, 1683)
3. Hanson, Randolph (of Kent, Md, 1683)
4. Hanson, William (of Kent, Md, 1683)
Or a chevron counter-compony Argent and Azure between three martlets SableHansons first arrived in America at New Sweden, Del, 1642.Crozier 1
hardy.gif: 253x306, 10k (February 21, 2013, at 04:51 PM) 1. Hardy, RAdm Sir Charles (1714-80; in New York 1755-57)
2. Hardy, Josiah (1715-90; in New Jersey 1761-63)
Sable on a chevron between three escallops Or three dragon's heads erased Sable.1. Bookplate. Governor of New York; later admiral of the fleet.
2. Governor of New Jersey; brother of Sir Charles Hardy, #1.
1. Bolton
hare1.jpg: 189x223, 14k (July 11, 2009, at 05:29 PM) Hare, Robert (to Philadelphia 1773)Gules two bars and a chief indented Or.Born Woolwich, Kent, 1752; son of Richard Hare of Limehouse, Middx.Matthews
harris4.gif: 253x306, 5k (February 22, 2013, at 07:56 AM) Haris, William (of Providence, 1793)Three long-tailed birds close facing to sinister in pale [tinctures not indicated]Tombstone of his daughter Sarah, Old North Cemetery, Providence 
harison.gif: 253x306, 11k (February 21, 2013, at 05:01 PM) Harison, Richard (New York, late 1700s)Quarterly Or and [Argent?] on a chief three eagles displayed [tinctures not indicated]Bookplate by Maverick. Only the 1st and 4th quarters have any indication of tinctures. Bolton incorrectly blazons the Or in the 2nd and 3rd quarters.Bolton
harlakenden.gif: 254x304, 9k (February 22, 2013, at 06:34 AM) Harlakenden, Roger (d. Cambridge, Mass, ca 1638)Azure a fess Ermine between three lions’ heads erased OrSeal of his brother Richard, 1653.Crozier 1, Matthews, Bolton, Vermont, NEHGS #144
harmon.gif: 253x306, 10k (February 22, 2013, at 06:45 AM) Harmon, ----- (York, Me, early 1800s?)Argent a fess Or [sic] between four castles SableWater color possibly by John ColesBolton
harpending.gif: 253x306, 6k (February 22, 2013, at 07:01 AM) Harpending, John [Jan Herbendinck] (in New York, ca 1666; d. 1722)Azure a leather-tanning bench ArgentHatchment formerly in the North Collegiate Dutch Reformed Church, New YorkBolton
harris1.gif: 253x306, 7k (February 22, 2013, at 07:09 AM) Harris, Robert (in Boston before 1769)[Sable] three crescents [Argent]Carved on back side of tombstone of Rev Andrew Eliot at Copps Hill Burying Ground; stone previously owned by Harris. Arms of Harris of Radford, Devon.Bolton
harris2.gif: 253x306, 8k (February 22, 2013, at 07:09 AM) Harris, Stephen (of Newton, Md, 1660)Sable three crescents and a bordure Argent Crozier 1
harris3.gif: 253x306, 8k (February 22, 2013, at 07:29 AM) Harris, Thomas (of Boston, 1769)Barry of 10 Azure and Ermine, three annulets Or Crozier 1
harrison3.gif: 253x306, 12k (August 12, 2012, at 11:41 AM) 1. Harrison, Rev Thomas (of New England, 1648)
2. Harrison, Col Burr (of Stafford Co, Va, 1722)
3. Harrison, Henry (Surry Co, Va, ca. 1692-1732)
Azure three demilions rampant Or1. Arms on letter, with a crescent for difference.
2. Arms on seal.
3. Arms on tombstone. Uncle of Col Nathaniel Harrison, below.
1. Bolton
2. Bolton, Crozier 2
harrison2.gif: 253x306, 12k (December 19, 2009, at 07:07 AM) Harrison, Col Nathaniel (b. ca. 1700, Surry Co, Va)Azure two bars Ermine between six estoiles 3, 2 and 1 ArgentArms on tomb of his wife Mary Digges Harrison, d. 1744, at Denbigh Church, Warwick Co, Va, impaling her paternal arms.Crozier 2, Bolton
harrison1.jpg: 189x223, 15k (July 11, 2009, at 05:29 PM) Harrison, Nathaniel (d. Virginia, 1727)Sable three lozenges conjoined in fess Ermine. Matthews
harrison5.gif: 253x306, 6k (February 22, 2013, at 08:06 AM) Harrison, John (of Wilmington, Del, 1798)Per fess Or and Argent an anchor Sable Crozier 1
hart1.gif: 253x306, 4k (February 22, 2013, at 09:39 AM) Hart, Stephen (of Plymouth, Mass, 1632)Sable a chevron Argent between three fleurs-de-lis Or Crozier 1
hart2.gif: 253x306, 4k (February 22, 2013, at 09:39 AM) Hart, Rev William Henry (Hempstead, N.Y., 1791-Walden, N.Y., 1852)Or three hearts GulesOn his bookplate. 
harvard1.gif: 248x300, 9k (January 31, 2013, at 10:15 PM) Harvard College (Cambridge, Mass, f. 1636)[Gules] three open books proper inscribed VE, RI, and TAS [Sable]Sketched in the minutes of the board of overseers as the design of the newly adopted college seal, 1643. The sketch has no indication of tinctures; this emblazonment uses those adopted in the 19th century. 
harvard3.gif: 253x306, 11k (January 31, 2013, at 10:16 PM) Harvard College (Cambridge, Mass, f. 1636)A chevron between three closed books [no tinctures indicated]Painted in the marginal decoration of the new charter of the college granted by the General Court of Massachusetts Bay, 1650. 
harvard2.gif: 253x306, 6k (January 31, 2013, at 10:15 PM) Harvard College (Cambridge, Mass, f. 1636)Gules a chevron Argent between three open books properSeal (without indication of tinctures) on diploma from 1701; painted on box containing Benjamin Franklin's honorary M.A. diploma, 1753; college bookplates with tincture hatching, 1766. 
harvey0.gif: 253x306, 9k (September 24, 2013, at 06:46 PM) Harvey, Dionyse (presumed d. North Carolina, 1587)Gules a bear rampant between three fusils ArgentOne of the assistant governors of the Roanoke Island "Lost Colony," collectively granted arms by Garter King of Arms prior to the voyage. 
harvey.gif: 253x306, 6k (February 22, 2013, at 01:29 PM) Harvey, Edward (of Philadelphia, 1804)Gules on a bend Argent three trefoils slipped Vert Crozier 1
harvey2.gif: 253x306, 9k (February 22, 2013, at 01:49 PM) 1. Harvey, Thomas (of Dorchester, Mass, 1636)
2. Harvey, William (of Dorchester, Mass, 1636)
Sable a fess Or between three squirrels sejant Argent cracking nuts Or Crozier 1
harward.gif: 253x306, 5k (February 22, 2013, at 08:48 PM) Harward, George (Lancaster Co, Va, 1703)A cross flory [tinctures not given]Seal on his will.Bolton
harwood.jpg: 189x223, 21k (July 11, 2009, at 05:29 PM) 1. Harwood, Capt Thomas (of Warwick Co, Va, 1620)
2. Harwood, Ralph (of East Hagbourne, Md, 1623)
3. Harwood, John (in Boston, 1645)''
Argent a chevron between three stags' heads caboshed Sable.3. Will proved in London, 16851. Crozier 2
2. Crozier 1
3. Matthews
hasbrouck.gif: 253x306, 5k (February 22, 2013, at 09:06 PM) Hasbrouck, Abraham (of New Paltz, NY, 1675)Purpure a chevron between three hand lamps Or in flame Proper Crozier 1, Matthews
hasel.gif: 253x306, 8k (February 23, 2013, at 02:06 PM) Hasel, Rev Thomas (of St. Thomas, S.C., 1705)Or on a fess Azure between three hazel slips proper three crescents Argent Crozier 1
hasell.gif: 253x306, 7k (February 23, 2013, at 02:21 PM) Hasell, James (to Hanover Co, N.C., 1735; d. 1785))Vert three adders palewise in fess [Argent?]Arms on bookplate; acting governor of North Carolina, 1771 and 1774. Bolton blazons the snakes sanguine, mistaking the indication of scales for hatching.Bolton
hastings.jpg: 189x223, 13k (July 11, 2009, at 05:29 PM) 1. Hastings, Thomas (in Watertown, Mass., 1634)
2. H[astings?], A. T. (1751)
Argent a maunch Sable.1. Supposedly descended from the Hastings Earls of Huntingdon, whose undifferenced arms these are.
2. Engraved on a salver by Jacob Hurd made for "A.T.H."
1.Matthews
2.Bolton
hatch.gif: 253x306, 11k (February 23, 2013, at 02:26 PM) Hatch, Thomas (of Barnstable, Mass, 1641)Gules, two demi-lions rampant in pale OrFrom Cornwall; arms of Buswistock, Cornwall.Crozier 1, Vermont
haviland.gif: 253x306, 8k (February 23, 2013, at 02:37 PM) Haviland, John (Taunton, Somerset, 1792-Philadelphia, 1852)Argent three towers triple-towered Sable portcullises GulesVisitation of Gloucester, 1623NEHGS #622
hawarden.gif: 253x306, 8k (February 23, 2013, at 02:50 PM) Hawarden, Thomas (d. New York, ca 1703)Per cross Sable and Argent a cross flory counterchanged within a bordure Ermine NEHGS #180
hawes.jpg: 189x223, 26k (July 11, 2009, at 05:29 PM) Hawes, Edmund (to Plymouth, Mass, 1635; d. 1693)Azure a fess wavy between three lions Or armed and langued Gules.Born Yarmouth, Norf. See alternative arms below.Crozier 1,Matthews
hawes2.gif: 253x306, 12k (February 23, 2013, at 02:55 PM) Hawes, Edmund (in Yarmouth, Mass, 1633?)Sable a chevron Argent between three leopards' faces OrSee alternative arms above.NEHGS #197
hawkes1.gif: 252x305, 5k (February 23, 2013, at 03:11 PM) Hawkes, -----Azure three bendlets Or a chief ErmineOn a fob seal.Vermont, Bolton
hawkes2.gif: 253x306, 11k (February 23, 2013, at 03:41 PM) Hawkes, George Wright (of New York, 1798)Quarterly, 1st and 4th Azure three bendlets Or a chief Ermine; 2nd and 3rd Sable on a chevron between three unicorns’ heads Or as many spearheads Gules; a crescent for difference Crozier 1, Matthews
hawkins.gif: 253x306, 5k (February 23, 2013, at 03:55 PM) Hawkins, Abigail (of Massachusetts, 1711)Argent, on a saltire Sable, five fleurs-de-lis Or Crozier 1
hawley.jpg: 189x223, 16k (July 11, 2009, at 05:29 PM) 1. Hawley, Joseph (to Stratford, Conn., 1630; d. 1690)
2. Hawley, Thomas (of Roxbury, MA, 1650)
Vert a saltire engrailed Argent.1. Born 1609, Parwich, Derbys.1. Matthews
2. Crozier 1
hawley2.gif: 253x306, 16k (February 23, 2013, at 04:03 PM) Hawley, Richard (d. Marblehead, Mass, 1698)On a bend between two fleurs-de-lis three garbs [tinctures not indicated]On his tombstone. 
ColcockCharlesJones1852.jpg: 189x223, 27k (July 11, 2009, at 05:29 PM) Hay, Col Ann Hawkes (Kingston, Jamaica, 1745-New York, 1785)Argent three escutcheons within a bordure nebuly GulesTo Haverhill-on-Hudson, N.Y., 1763.Crozier 1, NEHGS #623
hay2.gif: 253x306, 4k (February 23, 2013, at 07:42 PM) Hay, James (of New York, 1745)Argent three escutcheons GulesUndifferenced Scottish arms of Hay, Earls of Erroll.Crozier 1
hayden.gif: 253x306, 4k (February 23, 2013, at 08:06 PM) Hayden, William (of Dorchester, Mass, 1630)Quarterly Argent and Azure a cross engrailed counterchanged Crozier 1
hayden2.gif: 253x306, 9k (February 23, 2013, at 08:17 PM) Hayden, John (of Saybrook, Conn, 1664)Argent on a bend Azure three eagles displayed Or Crozier 1
haydock.gif: 253x306, 4k (February 23, 2013, at 09:57 PM) Haydock, Robert (Lancaster, Eng, 1687-Tredway, N.J., 1760)Argent a cross in the first quarter a fleur-de-lis Sable NEHGS #72
hayne2.gif: 253x306, 7k (February 23, 2013, at 09:57 PM) Hayne, Isaac (Charleston, S.C., 1745-1781)Argent three crescents paly wavy Gules and AzureArms on bookplate.Bolton
haynes.jpg: 189x223, 25k (July 11, 2009, at 05:29 PM) Haynes, John (to Boston, 1633)Argent three crescents barry wavy Azure and GulesGovernor of Massachusetts Bay; son of John Haynes of Old Holt and Copford Hall, Essex. Seal in collections of Mass. Hist. Soc. See alternative arms below.Matthews, Crozier 1, Bolton, Her. Jl., 3:175
haynes3.gif: 253x306, 7k (February 23, 2013, at 09:57 PM) Haynes, John (to Boston, 1633)Argent three crescents paly wavy Azure and GulesConfirmed by the College of Arms, 1578NEHGS #191
hays4.gif: 253x306, 12k (February 24, 2013, at 06:29 AM) Hays, Barrak (in New York by 1769; emigrated 1783)Three bucks springing [tinctures not given]Bookplate by HuttBolton
hayward1.gif: 253x306, 12k (February 24, 2013, at 06:47 AM) Hayward, GeorgeArgent a lion rampant crowned GulesBookplate in Allen's Amer. Book-PlatesBolton
hayward2.gif: 253x306, 9k (February 24, 2013, at 07:06 AM) Hayward, John (in Boston 1671)Or three lions rampant Gules debruised by a bendlet SableSeal on a deed witnessed by HaywardBolton
hazard.jpg: 190x223, 23k (July 11, 2009, at 05:29 PM) Hazard, Thomas (to Boston, 1636)Azure two bars Argent on a chief Or three escallops Gules.From Wales.Matthews
hazelton.gif: 253x306, 8k (February 24, 2013, at 12:47 PM) Hazelton, John (of Rowley, Mass, 1639)[Gules] a cross patonce Or on a chief Azure three round buckles [Or]Arms of Hazelden as given by Robson and Burke. Crozier omits the tincture of the field and erroneously blazons the buckles as Azure on Azure.Crozier 1
head.gif: 252x305, 11k (February 24, 2013, at 01:09 PM) Head, Sir Edmund, Bt (of Charleston, ca 1764)Argent a chevron Ermines between three unicorns' heads couped SableSir Edmund's arms would also have had the badge of a baronet, an escutcheon or canton Argent charged with a sinister hand Gules, placed upon the field.NEHGS #330
heald.gif: 253x306, 7k (February 24, 2013, at 02:34 PM) Heald, John (of Concord, Mass, 1641)Argent on a chevron between three bombs Sable fired Proper three bezants over all a chief Sable Crozier 1
heard.gif: 253x306, 8k (February 24, 2013, at 09:12 PM) Heard, John, Jr. (Boston, 1775-1839)Argent on a chevron Gules between three water-bougets Sable a coronet between two estoiles of six points Argent.BookplateBolton
heathcote1.gif: 253x306, 5k (February 24, 2013, at 09:23 PM) Heathcote, Col Caleb (of Scarsdale, N.Y., 1701)Argent three roundels Vert each charged with a cross OrFirst lord of the Manor of Scarsdale, 1701; mayor of New York, 1711. Arms later with Ermine field, below.NEHGS #85
heathcote2.gif: 254x304, 8k (February 24, 2013, at 09:23 PM) Heathcote, Col Caleb (of Scarsdale, N.Y., 1701)Ermine three roundels Vert each charged with a cross OrArms on seal. First lord of the Manor of Scarsdale, 1701; mayor of New York, 1711. Arms previously with Argent field, above.Crozier 1, Bolton, NEHGS #85
helme.gif: 254x304, 9k (February 24, 2013, at 09:42 PM) Helme [Helmes, Elmes], Christopher (of Exeter, N.H., 1639-40)Ermine two bars Sable each charged with three elm leaves OrLater in Warwick, R.I.NEHGS #348
helmershausen.gif: 253x306, 8k (February 25, 2013, at 07:53 AM) Helmershausen, Heinrich Friedrich (Lobenstein, Reuss, Ger, 1751-Jefferson, Me, 1831)Argent a helmet proper pierced by an arrow bend sinisterwise point downward OrImmigrated to New England, 1777.Bolton, NEHGS #9
henchman.gif: 253x306, 9k (February 25, 2013, at 08:05 AM) Henchman, Daniel (Boston, 1689-1761)Argent a chevron between three hunting horns on a chief Sable three lions rampant ArgentOn 2 silver braziers by Jacob Hurd, owned by John Hancock, whose aunt was Lydia Henchman, daughter of Daniel. Same arms on a seal used on a bond of Hannah Endicott, 1697. Bolton gives the tinctures as conjectural; see next below.Bolton
henchman3.gif: 253x306, 13k (June 11, 2013, at 11:58 AM) Henchman, Daniel (Boston, 1689-1761)Argent a chevron Gules between three hunting horns stringed on a chief Sable three lions rampant OrImpaled by the arms of Hancock on an escutcheon painted on cloth, probably for the funeral of Daniel Henchman's son-in-law Thomas Hancock in 1764. 
henderson.gif: 253x306, 4k (February 22, 2013, at 09:59 AM) 1. Henderson, Lt John (Augusta Co, Va, 1740-87)
2. Henderson, Col John (Greenbrier Co, Va [now W. Va.], 1768-1824)
Gules three piles issuing out of the sinister side, on a chief Argent a crescent Azure between two Ermine spots Sable.1. Arms engraved on watch.
2. Wax seal. Son of Lt John Henderson, #1.
Crozier 1 gives an older blazon as well: Per pale indented Sable and Argent on a chief Argent a crescent Vert between two Ermine spots.
Crozier 1, Crozier 2, Bolton
hendrick.gif: 253x306, 11k (February 25, 2013, at 10:03 AM) Hendrick, William (of Hanover Co, Va, 1750)Argent a hind standing in a forest (Proper?) Crozier 1
henshaw.jpg: 189x223, 18k (July 11, 2009, at 05:29 PM) 1. Henshaw, Joshua (in Dorchester, Mass., 1653)
2. Henshaw, Daniel (in Dorchester, Mass., 1653)
Argent a chevron between three heronshaws [i.e., herons] Sable.1. Son of William Henshaw of Toxteth Park, Lancs.
2. Brother of Joshua, #1.
NEHGS blazons the birds as moorhens.
1.Matthews,Crozier 1, NEHGS #368
2.Crozier 1, NEHGS #368
henshaw2.gif: 253x306, 5k (February 25, 2013, at 10:18 AM) Henshaw, Col William (Boston, 1735-1820)Quarterly, 1st and 4th Argent a chevron between three heronshaws Sable; 2nd and 3rd, Argent three bars Sable (for Houghton)On a 19th century heliotype portrait.Bolton
henshaw1.gif: 253x306, 7k (February 20, 2012, at 05:25 PM) Henshaw, Samuel (Boston, 1733-77)Argent a chevron Sable between three heronshaws GulesBookplateBolton
herbert.gif: 253x306, 14k (February 25, 2013, at 10:30 AM) 1. Herbert, William (of Alexandria, Va, 1760)
2. Herbert, John (d. Prince George Co, Va, 1704)
3. Herbert, Francis (to East Jersey 1677)
Per pale Azure and Gules three lions rampant Argent armed and langued Or2. Arms on tombstone, Blandford Church, Petersburg, Va.
3. Bookplate.
Undifferenced arms of the Herbert Earls of Pembroke.
1. Crozier 1
2. Bolton, Crozier 2
3. Bolton
herndon.jpg: 189x223, 22k (July 11, 2009, at 05:29 PM) Herndon, William (in Virginia, 1677)Argent a heron volant Azure beaked and membered Or between three escallops Sable. Crozier 1,Matthews
heron.gif: 253x306, 11k (February 25, 2013, at 10:40 AM) Heron, Sarah (d. Lancaster Co, SC, 1790)Per fess, chief per pale two garbs; base on a pale a garb [tinctures not indicated]Tombstone, Old Waxhaw Presbyterian Church, Lancaster, SC. Arms probably devised by the Bigham family of stonecarvers. 
herrick.jpg: 189x223, 17k (July 11, 2009, at 05:29 PM) 1. Herrick, Henry (in Salem, Mass., 1629)
2. Herrick, Joseph (in Salem, Mass., 1645)
Argent a fess vairy Or and Gules.1. Born London 1608, son of Sir William Herrick.
2. From Leicestershire.
1.Crozier 1,Matthews
2.Crozier 1
herman.gif: 253x306, 9k (February 25, 2013, at 09:31 PM) Herrman [Herman], Augustine (Prague, ca 1621-Cecil Co, Md, 1686)Per fess over all a heart issuing three sprigs of clover in base two arrows points upward in saltire [tinctures not indicated]Engraved on his 1673 map of Virginia and Maryland. Bolton says four arrows, but the map shows two. To Maryland 1659; first lord of Bohemia Manor.Bolton
hesilrigge.gif: 253x306, 8k (February 25, 2013, at 11:26 AM) Hesilrigge, Sir Robert, Bt (d. vic. Boston, bef. 1768)Argent a chevron between three hazel leaves VertAs a baronet, Sir Robert would also have borne the badge of a baronet (Argent a sinister hand Gules) somewhere on his shield, typically on a small escutcheon in chief or fess point.NEHGS #284
hewell.gif: 253x306, 4k (February 25, 2013, at 11:30 AM) Hewell, Wyatt (b. Virginia, 1756)Gules a chevron between three mullets Argent Crozier 1
hewett.gif: 253x306, 9k (February 25, 2013, at 11:47 AM) Hewett (Huit), Rev. Ephraim (of Windsor, Conn, 1639)Gules a chevron engrailed between three owls Argent Crozier 1
heyman.gif: 253x306, 8k (February 25, 2013, at 11:56 AM) Heyman, Peter (in Virginia by 1692; d. 1700)Argent on a chevron engrailed between three martlets Sable three cinquefoils Or.From Kent, Eng. On his tombstone at "Pembroke," near Hampton, Va.Crozier 1,Bolton,NEHGS #456
heysham.gif: 253x306, 4k (February 25, 2013, at 12:03 PM) Heysham, William (of Washington, 1803)Gules an anchor and on a chief Or three torteaux Crozier 1
heyward.gif: 252x308, 16k (November 26, 2009, at 09:24 PM) Heyward, Thomas (b. St. Lukes's Parish, S.C., 1746; d. 1809)Azure a chevron per pale Or and Ermine between three garbs Or.Signer of the Declaration of Independence. Arms granted by the English kings of arms 1768 to him and the other descendants of his great-grandfather Thomas Heyward. Arms on his bookplate.Bolton,NEHGS #455
hibbins.gif: 253x306, 6k (February 25, 2013, at 12:16 PM) Hibbins, [Ann (d. Salem, Mass, 1656)?]A chevron between three towers [tinctures not given]Seal on a document dated 1672; may have previously been the property of Ann Hibbins, widow of William Hibbins. She was hanged as a witch.Bolton
hicks.gif: 253x306, 7k (February 25, 2013, at 12:29 PM) 1. Hicks, John (of Long Island, 1665)
2. Hicks, Mary (d. Salem, Mass, bef. 1708)
3. Hicks, Whitehead (Flushing, Queens, N.Y., 1728-80)
4. Hicks, Elias (Rockaway, N.Y., 1748-Jericho, N.Y., 1830)
Gules a fess wavy between three fleurs-de-lis Or.2. Arms displayed at the funeral of her husband, Benjamin Browne, 1708.
3. Arms on bookplate.
4. Arms on bookplate.
1. Crozier 1
2. Bolton, NEHGS #148
3. Bolton
4. Bolton
higginson1.gif: 253x306, 3k (December 29, 2009, at 05:40 PM) 1. Higginson, Francis (of Salem, Mass, 1630)
2. Higginson, John (in Essex Co, Mass, 1698)
3. Higginson, Stephen (b. Salem, Mass, 1743; d. Boston, 1828)
Or on a fess Sable a tower Or2. Seal on a document witnessed by him in 1698.
3. Arms on quartz seal; member, Continental Congress.
1. Crozier 1, NEHGS #73
2. Bolton
3. Bolton
higginson.jpg: 189x223, 28k (July 11, 2009, at 05:29 PM) Higginson, Charles H. (New Jersey)Sable three towers in fess Argent between three trefoils slipped Or.Son of Henry T. Higginson of Cornelia House, Co. Down.Matthews
hill-shirley.gif: 253x306, 5k (June 28, 2011, at 08:41 PM) 1. Hill, Edward (Charles City Co, Va, 1637-1700)
2. Hill, Edward (Charles City Co, Va, ca 1670-1726)
Per pale Or and Gules a lion passant Argent.1. Arms on tombstone at Shirley Plantation, Charles City Co; tinctures not indicated. Illustrated in The Century magazine, Jan 1891.
2. Son of Edward Hill #1. Arms on hatchment at Shirley, impaling Williams.
1. Bolton
2. Heraldry Gazette NS 120
hill2.gif: 253x306, 12k (February 25, 2013, at 12:51 PM) Hill, Edward (Charles City Co, Va, ca 1690-1706)Quarterly, 1st and 4th Per pale Or and Gules a lion passant Argent; 2nd and 3rd Azure [or Sable?] a saltire between four garbs Or (for Williams)Arms on hatchment at Shirley Plantation. Son of Edward Hill #2, aboveHeraldry Gazette NS 120, Bolton
hill3.gif: 253x306, 11k (February 25, 2013, at 04:49 PM) Hill, Col Humphrey (d. Hillsborough, King and Queen Co, Va, 1775)Azure on a chevron between three owls Argent three mullets Sable, a bordure ErmineArms on seal.Crozier 2
hill.jpg: 189x223, 29k (July 11, 2009, at 05:29 PM) Hill, William (Boston, 1739-1802)Gules two bars Ermine in chief a lion passant per pale Or and Azure.Seal.Matthews,Bolton
hillegas.gif: 253x306, 7k (February 25, 2013, at 04:35 PM) Hillegas, Michael (Philadelphia, 1728-1804)Quarterly, 1st Gules a mount of six coupeaux Argent; 2nd and 3rd Azure a mullet of eight points pierced Argent [?]; 4th, Or a stag springing contourny [proper?], on a fess over all Argent, three italic letters f [Sable?]Arms on silver; first Treasurer of the U.S. Displayed accolée with "Or three chevronels Gules." Bolton mistakes the charge in the 1st quarter for "a pineapple issuant."Bolton, Zieber
hillhouse.gif: 253x306, 11k (February 25, 2013, at 04:50 PM) Hillhouse, James (of Connecticut, 1721)Sable, on a chevron between three owls Argent, three mullets Sable, a bordure Ermine Crozier 1
hills.gif: 254x304, 6k (February 25, 2013, at 05:16 PM) Hills, Joseph (of Charlestown, Mass, 1630)Ermine, on a fess Sable, a tower with two turrets Proper Crozier 1
hinckley.jpg: 190x223, 15k (July 11, 2009, at 05:29 PM) Hinckley, Samuel (in Barnstable Co, Mass., 1638)Gules a chevron engrailed Sable.From Tenterden, KentMatthews
hincks.gif: 253x306, 9k (February 25, 2013, at 09:42 PM) Hincks, John (of Portsmouth, N.H., 1699-1707)A fess between three roses [tinctures not given]Seal. Chief justice of New Hampshire.Bolton
hinsdale.gif: 253x306, 6k (February 26, 2013, at 09:15 AM) Hinsdale, Robert (of Dedham, Mass, 1637)Sable on a chief Argent three ravens Sable Crozier 1
hinton.jpg: 188x221, 35k (July 11, 2009, at 05:29 PM) Hinton, Thomas (b. 1640; to Maryland 1665)Per fess indented Sable and Or six fleurs-de-lis counterchanged.Born Leyden, Neth., son of Sir John Hinton.Matthews
hitchcock.jpg: 189x223, 21k (July 11, 2009, at 05:29 PM) Hitchcock, Luke (in Weathersfield, Mass., 1650)Argent on a cross Azure five fleurs-de-lis Or, in the first quarter a lion rampant Gules. Matthews
hitchcock2.gif: 253x306, 4k (February 26, 2013, at 10:39 AM) 1. Hitchcock, Matthias (of New Haven, 1639)
2. Hitchcock, Luke (of New Haven, 1644)
Gules a chevron Argent between three alligators Proper Crozier 1
hoadley.jpg: 190x223, 16k (July 11, 2009, at 05:29 PM) Hoadley, William (1630-1709, of Bradford, Conn.)Quarterly Azure and Or in the first quarter a pelican vulning itself proper. Matthews
hoagland.gif: 253x306, 10k (February 26, 2013, at 11:06 AM) Hoagland (Hoogland), Cornelius Dircksen (of New Amsterdam, 1638)Argent a bunch of grapes purpure hanging from a branch fesswise with two leaves proper, on a chief Vert three crowns Or. Crozier 1
hoar5.gif: 252x306, 11k (February 26, 2013, at 11:10 AM) Hoar, Charles (of Braintree, Mass, 1638)Sable an eagle displayed within a bordure engrailed Argent Crozier 1
hoard.gif: 253x306, 17k (December 25, 2009, at 09:08 PM) Hoar, Lt. Daniel (Concord, Mass, ca 1680-1773)Argent a double-headed eagle displayed SableArms on tombstone, Hill Burying Ground, Concord.Bolton
hoar6.gif: 253x306, 14k (February 26, 2013, at 11:14 AM) Hoar, Richard (Massachusetts, mid-1700s)Sable a double-headed eagle displayed ArgentBookplate, possibly by Nathaniel Hurd.Bolton
hoare.jpg: 190x223, 32k (July 11, 2009, at 05:29 PM) Hoare, John (b. 1632, of Scituate and Concord, Mass)Argent a double-headed eagle displayed within a bordure engrailed Sable.Son of Charles Hoar, high sheriff of Gloucestershire. Crozier gives the eagle and bordure as Azure; see below.Matthews
hoar7.gif: 252x306, 11k (February 26, 2013, at 11:20 AM) Hoare, John (b. 1632, of Scituate and Concord, Mass)Argent a double-headed eagle displayed within a bordure engrailed Azure.Son of Charles Hoar, high sheriff of Gloucestershire. Matthews gives the eagle and bordure as Sable; see above.Crozier 1
hobart.gif: 252x305, 5k (February 26, 2013, at 11:34 AM) 1. Hobart, Edmund (of Hingham, Mass, 1633)
2. Hobart, Samuel (in Boston, 1685)
Sable an estoile of eight points Or between two flaunches Ermine2. Seal on document witnessed by him.1. Crozier 1, Bolton
2. Bolton
hodge.jpg: 185x221, 19k (July 11, 2009, at 05:29 PM) Hodge, William (d. Pennsylvania, 1723)Argent on a bend Gules three roses of the field. Matthews
hodges.gif: 253x306, 7k (February 26, 2013, at 01:19 PM) Hodges, William (of Liberty Hall, Md, 1665)Or three crescents on a canton Sable a ducal crown Or Crozier 1
hodsden.gif: 253x306, 7k (February 26, 2013, at 01:26 PM) Hodsden, John (in Charleston, S.C., 1741)A greyhound statant [tinctures not indicated]SealBolton
hoffman.jpg: 189x223, 25k (July 11, 2009, at 05:29 PM) [1. Hoffman, Jacob (in New York, 1658)]
2. Hoffman, Col Martinus (1707-72)
Argent upon a mound Vert three pine trees proper. 1. Crozier 1
2. Matthews
holcombe.gif: 253x306, 9k (February 26, 2013, at 02:04 PM) Holcombe, Thomas (of Windsor, Conn, 1630)Azure a chevron Argent between three men’s heads in profile couped at the shoulders Or wreathed about the temples Sable and Argent Crozier 1
holden.jpg: 189x223, 23k (July 11, 2009, at 05:29 PM) Holden, Justinian (1613-91; settled in Watertown, Mass)Ermine on a chief Gules three pears OrFrom Kent. According to Crozier, arms granted 1663.Crozier 1, Matthews
holford.gif: 253x306, 5k (February 26, 2013, at 03:18 PM) Holford, Thomas (of Charles City Co, Va, 1668)Argent a greyhound passant and a canton Sable Crozier 2
holladay1.gif: 253x306, 7k (February 26, 2013, at 03:31 PM) Holladay, Capt John (of Spotsylvania Co, Va, 1702)Sable three helmets Argent garnished within a bordure OrBookplate. Arms granted to Walter Holladay, at Bromley, Middx, 1470Crozier 1, Bolton
holliday2.gif: 252x306, 7k (February 26, 2013, at 03:32 PM) Holliday, James (d. Readbourne, Queen Anne's Co, Md, 1747)Sable three helmets Argent garnished within a bordure engrailed OrArms on tombBolton
hollingsworth1.gif: 253x306, 6k (February 26, 2013, at 03:45 PM) Hollingsworth, Valentine (of Cecil County, Md, 1682)Azure on a bend Argent three holly leaves slipped Vert Crozier 1
hollingsworth2.gif: 253x306, 6k (February 26, 2013, at 03:45 PM) Hollingsworth, Levi (Philadelphia, mid-1700s)Sable on a bend Argent three holly leaves slipped VertBookplateBolton
hollins.jpg: 189x223, 19k (July 11, 2009, at 05:29 PM) Hollins, William (in Baltimore, 1797-1816)Argent a chevron and in chief four crosses formy fitchy AzureSon of William Hollins of Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffs.Crozier 1, Matthews
holmes.gif: 253x306, 6k (February 26, 2013, at 04:11 PM) Holmes, Gov David (Hanover, Pa, 1769-Winchester, Va, 1832)Barry wavy of eight Or and Azure on a canton Gules a lion rampant OrArms on his portrait. Governor of Mississippi Territory, 1809-17, and of the state, 1817-20 and 1826.Bolton
holt.gif: 253x306, 3k (February 26, 2013, at 07:00 PM) Holt, Nicholas (of Newbury, Mass, 1635)Azure two bars in chief a cross formy fitchy Or Crozier 1
holt2.gif: 253x306, 5k (February 26, 2013, at 07:10 PM) Holt, Ryves (of Lewes, Del, 1743)Argent on a bend engrailed Sable three fleurs-de-lis ArgentArms on seal.Bolton
holyoke.jpg: 189x223, 24k (July 11, 2009, at 05:29 PM) 1. Holyoke, Rev Edward (in Lynn, Mass., 1638)
2. Holyoke, Elizur, Jr. (b. Springfield, Mass, 1651; d. 1711)
3. Holyoke, Rev Edward (Marblehead, Mass, 1689-1769)
4. Holyoke, Dr Edward Augustus (Essex Co, Mass, 1728-1829)
Azure a chevron Argent cotised Or between three crescents Argent.1. From Tamworth, Staffs., d. Chelsea, Mass., 1660.
2. Seal on will. Grandson of Edward Holyoke #1.
3. Engraved on tankard presented by Second Congregational Church of Marblehead, 1737, now at Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Son of Elizur Holyoke, Jr, #2.
4. Bookplate. Son of Rev Edward Holyoke, #3.
1.Crozier 1, Matthews
2.Bolton
 Home, George (of Culpeper County, Va, 1721)See Hume below.  
hone.gif: 253x306, 4k (February 26, 2013, at 07:36 PM) Hone, Maj Theophilis (James City Co, Va, by 1652)Sable a leopard’s head erased between three mullets Argent Crozier 2
hooke1.gif: 253x306, 11k (February 26, 2013, at 07:49 PM) 1. Hooke, Capt Francis (d. Elizabeth City Co, Va, 1640)
2. Hooke, Rev William (in New Haven 1644-56; d. England, by 1677)
Quarterly Argent and Sable a cross between four escallops counterchanged2. Seal on a letter to Gov John Winthrop, impaling "Three boar's heads erased" (for Whitney?). NEHGS says with a crescent for difference1. Crozier 2
2. Bolton, NEHGS #123
hooker.gif: 253x306, 8k (February 26, 2013, at 08:15 PM) Hooker, Rev Thomas (Leicestershire, 1586-Hartford, 1647)Or a fess Vair between two lions passant guardant SableTo Cambridge, Mass, 1631; to Connecticut, 1636. Bolton says "Rev. Thomas Hooker of Conn. used a double-headed eagle."Crozier 1
hooper2.gif: 253x306, 11k (February 26, 2013, at 08:24 PM) Hooper, Robert (Marblehead, Mass, 1709-90)Or on a fess between three boars passant Azure three annulets OrEngraved on a sugar bowl by Hurd.Bolton
hooper.gif: 253x306, 7k (February 26, 2013, at 07:25 AM) Hooper, William (Boston, 1742-Hillsborough, N.C., 1790)Or a crescent [Argent?] on a chief Azure two roses Argent.Bookplate impaling Argent on a bend Sable between two unicorns' heads Argent (?) three annulets Or (for Clark?). Signer of the Declaration of Independence. The engraver does not provide a tincture hatching on the crescent; this may not be intended as an indication of Argent. 
hope.gif: 253x306, 13k (February 27, 2013, at 05:59 AM) Hope, Henry (Boston, as of 1732)Quarterly, 1st and 4th Azure a chevron Or between three bezants; 2nd and 3rd Ermine a mill-rind Sable (for Mills)Engraved on a cup left to Hope by Edward Mills in his will, 1732, with arms of Mills on opposite side. 1st and 4th quarters are the arms of Hope of Hopetoun. Bolton blazons the millrinds Argent because of a lack of tincture hatchings, but they are correctly Sable.Bolton
hopkins1.gif: 253x306, 8k (February 27, 2013, at 03:24 PM) Hopkins, Edward (in Connecticut, 1640-55)Sable a stag trippant within a bordure indented a chief indented OrSeal, impaling "Ermine on a canton Gules a cross crosslet Or" (for Lello?). The arms are those of Hamblen.Bolton
hopkins2.gif: 253x306, 8k (February 27, 2013, at 10:32 PM) 1. Hopkins, Gerald (of Anne Arundel Co, Md, 1692)
2. Hopkins, John (of Hartford, Conn, 1632)
3. Hopkins, Stephen (of Plymouth, Mass, 1620)
Sable on a chevron between three pistols Or three roses Gules 1. Crozier 1
2. Crozier 1
3. Matthews
hopkins3.gif: 253x306, 6k (February 27, 2013, at 11:17 PM) Hopkins, Capt Joseph (of Maryland, 1764)Sable on a chevron between two pistols in chief Or and a silver medal with the French king's bust inscribed Louis XV tied at the top with a red ribbon in base, a laurel chaplet in the centre, a scalp on a staff on the dexter and a tomahawk on the sinister, all Proper, a chief embattled ArgentGranted by English kings of arms, 1764.Crozier 1,Bolton, NEHGS #636, Oxford Guide to Heraldry
hopkinson.gif: 253x306, 12k (January 03, 2012, at 08:17 PM) 1. Hopkinson, Francis (Philadelphia, 1737-91)
2. Hopkinson, Joseph (Philadelphia, 1770-1842)
Argent on a chevron between three estoiles Gules three lozenges Argent.1. Bookplate by Dawkins. Signer of the Declaration of Independence. Bolton misblazons decorative shading around the shield as a bordure Vert.
2. Bookplate; son of Francis Hopkinson, #1.
1. Bolton
horry.gif: 253x306, 8k (February 28, 2013, at 08:06 AM) Horry, Charles Lucas Pinckney (Charleston, S.C., 1769-France, 1830)Quarterly, 1st and 4th Or on a bend Azure three cinquefoils Argent; 2nd Argent five fusils conjoined in pale within a bordure engrailed Sable (for Pinckney); 3rd Argent a fess between six annulets Gules (for Lucas?)Bookplate. Bolton says the pronominal quarters are the arms of Herrys.Bolton
horsmanden1.gif: 253x306, 11k (February 26, 2013, at 04:20 PM) Horsmanden, Daniel (Goudhurst, Kent, 1691-Flatbush, N.Y., 1778)Gules a saltire Argent on a fess over all Azure three leopards' faces OrSee quartered arms below.NEHGS #325
horsmanden2.gif: 253x306, 11k (February 28, 2013, at 03:08 PM) Horsmanden, Daniel (Goudhurst, Kent, 1691-Flatbush, N.Y., 1778)Quarterly, 1st and 4th Gules a saltire Argent on a fess over all Azure three leopards’ faces Or; 2nd and 3rd Argent a [heraldic] tiger passant SableArms on bookplate. See simple paternal arms above.Bolton
hornsby.gif: 253x306, 5k (February 28, 2013, at 03:30 PM) Hornsby, Joseph (of Williamsburg, Va, 1750)Gules a bend between six cross-crosslets Or Crozier 1
horton.gif: 252x306, 8k (February 28, 2013, at 04:59 PM) Horton, Barnabas (of Long Island, NY, 1656)Gules a lion rampant Argent charged on the breast with a boar’s head couped Azure all within a bordure engrailed Argent Crozier 1
horwitz.gif: 253x306, 5k (February 28, 2013, at 06:05 PM) Horwitz, Dr. Jonathan (b. Germany; of Baltimore, Md, 1812)Per chevron Argent and Azure a chevron Or in base a lion rampant holding a staff [Argent?]Matthews does not give the tincture of the lion.Matthews
hough.jpg: 185x221, 10k (July 11, 2009, at 05:29 PM) 1. Hough, Richard (to Bucks Co, Pa., 1683)
2. Hough, Isaac (Bucks Co, Pa, 1726-Philadelphia, 1786)
Argent a bend Sable1. From Macclesfield, Cheshire.
2. Bookplate, 1785
1.Crozier 1, Matthews
2.Bolton
houghton.jpg: 189x221, 8k (July 11, 2009, at 05:29 PM) 1. Houghton, Ralph (1603-98, to Lancashire, Mass.)
2. Houghton, Azor (d. Bolton, Mass., 1825)
3. Houghton, Oren (d. Bolton, Mass., 1828)
Sable three bars Argent.2. Tombstone, West Cemetery, Bolton, Mass.
3. Tombston, West Cemetery, Bolton, Mass. Brother of Azor Houghton, #2.
1. Crozier 1, Matthews
2. Bolton
3. 2. Bolton
houghton2.gif: 253x306, 3k (February 28, 2013, at 06:16 PM) Houghton, Mary (of Charlestown, Mass., 1637)Sable two bars and in chief two mullets pierced Argent, on the upper bar a crescent for difference.From London; wife of (1) Francis Norton, (2) William Stetson.NEHGS #419
houstoun.gif: 253x306, 6k (February 28, 2013, at 06:30 PM) 1. Houstoun of that Ilk, Sir Patrick, Bt. (Scotland, 1698-Savannah, 1762)
2. Houstoun, Sir George, Bt. (Chatham Co, Ga, 1744-95)
Or a chevron chequy Azure and Argent between three martlets Sable beaked Gules1. Bookplate. 5th baronet; immigrated to Georgia by 1735.
2. 7th baronet; son of Sir Patrick Houstoun, #1.
As baronets of Nova Scotia the Houstouns would have been entitled to place the arms of Nova Scotia on these arms (Argent a saltire Azure overall a shield of the arms of Scotland), either in a canton or on a small escutcheon.
1. Bolton, NEHGS #289
2. Crozier 1
howard.jpg: 185x221, 25k (July 11, 2009, at 05:29 PM) 1. Howard, William (on Long Island, 1660)
2. Howard, John (d. Anne Arundel Co, Md., abt. 1696)
3. Howard, Abraham (to Marblehead, Mass., abt. 1736)
Gules a bend between six cross-crosslets fitchy ArgentUndifferenced ancient arms of Howard, Dukes of Norfolk.
2. Seal on will; probably same seal inherited from Henry Howard of "Collingborne," Baltimore Co, 1684.
1. Crozier 1
2. Bolton
3. Matthews
effingham.gif: 252x306, 7k (January 09, 2010, at 02:30 PM) 1. Howard, Francis, 6th Baron Howard of Effingham (in Virginia 1684-1688)
2. Howard, Joshua (d. Baltimore Co, Md, 1738)
3. Howard, Cornelius (Baltimore Co, Md, 1706-77)
4. Howard, Henry (Maryland, d. 1686)
Gules a bend between six cross-crosslets fitchy Argent, on the bend in dexter chief for augmentation an escutcheon bendwise, Or a demi-lion pierced through the mouth with an arrow within a double tressure flory-counterflory Gules.1. Governor of Virginia, 1684-1694.
2. Tombstone (no longer extant).
3. Tombstone at Grayrock, Pikesville, Md. Son of Joshua Howard, #2.
4. Seal
1. NEHGS #265
2. Bolton
3. Bolton
4. Bolton
howard3.gif: 253x306, 4k (February 28, 2013, at 06:36 PM) Howard, James (to Augusta, Me, 1754)Argent a bend Gules between six cross-crosslets fitchy [tincture not given]Engraved on a teapot belonging to his son.Bolton
howard2.jpg: 190x223, 20k (July 11, 2009, at 05:29 PM) Howard, Thomas (of Boston, 1746)Per cross Argent and Sable on a bend over all Gules three lions rampant Or Matthews
howard4.gif: 253x306, 9k (March 01, 2013, at 07:17 PM) Howard, ----- (Massachusetts, late 1700s?)Per pale, dexter Azure three fleurs-de-lis in pale Or between two flaunches Ermine each charged with a rose Gules; sinister Gules a bend between six cross-crosslets fitchy ArgentCopy of a painting probably by John Cole; the quartering of augmentation granted by Henry VIII to his 5th wife, Catherine Howard, impaling the ancient arms of the Howard Dukes of Norfolk.Bolton
howe0.gif: 253x306, 8k (September 24, 2013, at 06:46 PM) Howe, George (presumed d. North Carolina, 1587)Argent on a chevron Gules between three wolves' heads couped Sable three fusils ArgentOne of the assistant governors of the Roanoke Island "Lost Colony," collectively granted arms by Garter King of Arms prior to the voyage. 
howe1.gif: 253x306, 10k (March 01, 2013, at 08:39 PM) Howe, John (of Sudbury, Mass, 1640)Argent on a fess between three foxes’ heads erased Sable an escallop Argent Crozier 1
howe3.gif: 253x306, 5k (March 01, 2013, at 08:39 PM) Howe, ----- (New England, 1785)Or a fess Sable between three wolves' [or foxes'] heads GulesOn an embroidered "hatchment" quartered in 2nd and 3rd with Babcock in 1st and 4th 
howell.jpg: 189x223, 28k (July 11, 2009, at 05:29 PM) 1. Howell, Edward (to Boston, 1639)
2. Howell, Maj John (d. Southampton, L.I., N.Y., 1686)
Gules three towers triple towered Argent.1. Formerly owner of the manor of Westbury, Marsh Gibbon, Bucks.
2. Tombstone, old silver.
1. Crozier 1,Matthews
2. Bolton
howell.gif: 253x306, 11k (March 06, 2013, at 01:14 PM) Howell, Daniel (of Ewing, N.J., 1702)Argent a lion bicorporate per pale Gules and Sable Crozier 1
smith16.gif: 253x306, 4k (August 22, 2013, at 06:20 AM) Howes, Thomas (of Boston, 1637)Argent, a chevron between three griffins’ heads couped Sable Crozier 1
hubard.gif: 252x305, 6k (March 01, 2013, at 09:02 PM) Hubard, James (of Williamburg, Va, ca 1735)Sable an estoile of six points in chief a crescent Argent between two flaunches ErmineArms on bookplate impaling Argent on a chevron Gules between three pheons Sable five mullets Argent.Crozier 2, Bolton
hubbard1.gif: 252x305, 7k (March 01, 2013, at 09:09 PM) Hubbard, William (of New York, 1710)Sable in chief a crescent Argent and in base an estoile of eight points Or between two flaunches Ermine Crozier 1
hubbard2.gif: 253x306, 7k (March 01, 2013, at 09:23 PM) Hubbard, Nathaniel (of Massachusetts, 1736)Quarterly Argent and Sable on a bend over all Gules three lions passant Or Crozier 1
hubbard3.gif: 253x306, 10k (March 03, 2013, at 06:26 AM) Hubbard, Thomas (Boston, d. 1742)On a bend three lions passant regardant [tinctures not indicated]]Tombstone, Granary Burying Ground, BostonBolton
hubbard4.gif: 253x306, 9k (March 03, 2013, at 06:37 AM) Hubbard, ----- (Boston, 1712)Quarterly Or and Argent on bend over all Gules three lions passant guardant OrA panel from a Boston house, ca 1712.Bolton
hubbell.jpg: 189x223, 30k (July 11, 2009, at 05:29 PM) Hubbell, Richard (in New Haven, 1647)Sable three leopards' faces jessant-de-lys Or.Said to have come from Ipsley, Warwicks. The arms are those of Gurdon.Crozier 1, Matthews
huger.gif: 253x306, 8k (March 03, 2013, at 04:20 PM) Huger, Daniel (Berkeley Co, S.C., 1742-Charleston, 1799)Argent in chief a heart in flames between two laurel branches fructed crossed in saltire and in base an anchor all proper all between two flaunches Azure each charged with a fleur-de-lis OrMember of the Continental Congress 1786-88 and of the U.S. House of Representatives 1789-93. Arms granted by the English kings of arms, 1771. Crozier misblazons the charge in chief as "a human head emitting flames."Crozier, Bolton, NEHGS #243
huggett.gif: 253x306, 4k (March 04, 2013, at 01:03 PM) Hugget, Sigismund (in New York by 1791)Argent a chevron Gules on a chief Azure two fleurs-de-lys [or mill-rinds] [tincture not given]Memorial tablet to his wife Eleanor (d. 1795) [formerly?] at St. Paul's Church, New YorkBolton
huidekoper.gif: 253x306, 7k (March 04, 2013, at 01:14 PM) Huidekoper, Harm Jan (Hoogeveen, Neth, 1776-Meadville, Pa, 1854)Per pale, dexter Azure a sword palewise Argent hilted and pommelled Or in chief a six-pointed star Or; sinister Argent three arbalests erect in pale proper NEHGS #127
hull.jpg: 189x223, 34k (July 11, 2009, at 05:29 PM) Hull, George (to New England, abt. 1700)Azure an eagle displayed Or Matthews
hull2.gif: 253x306, 5k (March 04, 2013, at 01:25 PM) Hull, John (Harbrough, Leics, 1624-Boston, 1682)Argent on a chevron Azure between three demi-lions passant Gules three roundels Or, on a chief Sable two piles ArgentSeal on deed of Daniel Quincy, 1690Bolton, NEHGS #133
hulton.gif: 253x306, 9k (March 04, 2013, at 01:29 PM) Hulton, Henry (of Brookline, Mass, bef 1775)Argent a lion rampant GulesArms on seal.Bolton
hume1.gif: 253x306, 9k (February 24, 2013, at 09:49 PM) Hume (or Home), George (Wedderburn, Berwick, Scot, 1697-Culpeper Co, Va, 1760)Vert a lion rampant ArgentUndifferenced Scottish arms of Home of Wedderburn, to which Crozier contends George Hume was entitled. See quartered arms below.Crozier 1, Crozier 2
hume2.gif: 253x306, 11k (March 04, 2013, at 01:55 PM) Hume, George (Wedderburn, Berwick, Scot, 1697-Culpeper Co, Va, 1760)Quarterly, 1st and 4th Vert a lion rampant Argent (Hume); 2nd Argent three popinjays Vert beaked and membered Gules (Pepdie); 3rd Argent a cross engrailed Azure (Sinclair of Polwarth)In fess point a crescent Gules for difference; see simple arms above.NEHGS #14
humfrey1.gif: 253x306, 4k (March 04, 2013, at 10:13 PM) Humfrey, Maj Gen John (Dorchester, Dorset, 1597-England, 1652)Gules a cross bottony Argent, a crescent for differenceSeal. See variant below. In Lynn, Mass, 1628-41.Bolton
humfrey2.gif: 253x306, 6k (March 04, 2013, at 10:13 PM) Humfrey, Maj Gen John (Dorchester, Dorset, 1597-England, 1652)Gules a cross bottony ErmineIn Lynn, Mass, 1628-41. See variant above.NEHGS #113
humphreys.gif: 253x306, 9k (March 04, 2013, at 10:26 PM) Humphreys, Maj Reuben (West Simsbury, Conn, 1757-Marcellus, N.Y., 1832)Or a fess Azure between three griffins' heads couped, in chief point a crescent [tinctures not indicated]Bookplate by Richard Brunton.Bolton
hunlock.gif: 253x306, 7k (March 06, 2013, at 05:03 AM) 1. Hunlock, John (in Boston by 1685)
2. Hunlock, Edward (in Boston by 1685)
3. Hunlock, Christopher (in Boston by 1685)
Azure a fess between three tigers' heads erased OrJohn and Edward were brothers; Christopher was their cousinNEHGS # 153
hunnewell.gif: 253x306, 5k (March 06, 2013, at 05:21 AM) Hunnewell, Roger (of Saco, Me, 1654)Per fess Sable and Argent three hawks’ heads erased counterchanged Crozier 1
hunt1.gif: 253x306, 8k (March 06, 2013, at 06:47 AM) Hunt, Thomas (of Pasquotank, NC, 1659)Azure on a fess Argent between three cinquefoils Or a lion passant Gules Crozier 1
hunt2.gif: 253x306, 3k (February 21, 2013, at 09:52 PM) Hunt, Thomas (New York, 1667)Per pale Argent and Sable a saltire counterchanged Crozier 1
hunt3.gif: 253x306, 4k (March 06, 2013, at 06:46 AM) Hunt, Richard (in Boston, 1674)Per saltire two hearts in fess [tinctures not indicated]SealBolton
hunter.gif: 253x306, 11k (March 06, 2013, at 07:03 AM) Hunter, Gov Robert (Edinburgh, ca 1664-Jamaica, 1734)Sable a bugle horn stringed ArgentArms on seal; governor of New York and New Jersey. See different arms below.Bolton
hunter1.gif: 253x306, 9k (March 10, 2013, at 06:52 AM) 1. Hunter, Gov Robert (Edinburgh, ca 1664-Jamaica, 1734)
2. Hunter, Capt David (b. 1728, of York Co, Pa, and Martinsburg, Va)
Vert three coursing hounds in full chase Argent collared Or on a chief Argent three hunting horns Vert stringed Gules1. On a bookplate used when he was governor of Jamaica. It is possible that the strings might be other than Gules. See different arms above. Governor of New York and New Jersey.
2. From Long Calderwood; said to have been descended from Hunter of Hunterston, Ayr.
1. Scottish Bookplates
2. Crozier 1, Matthews
huntington.jpg: 189x223, 30k (July 11, 2009, at 05:29 PM) Huntington, Simon (to Norwich, Conn., 1660)Argent fretty Sable on a chief Gules three mullets Or.From Norwich, Norf. Great-grandfather of Simon Huntington, signer of the Declaration of Independence.Crozier 1, Matthews
huntington2.gif: 253x306, 15k (March 06, 2013, at 07:19 AM) Huntington, ----- (Boston, late 1700s?)Azure a harpy wings disclosed and hair flotant OrPainting possibly by John Coles.Bolton
hurd1.gif: 253x306, 9k (March 06, 2013, at 07:25 AM) Hurd, John (of Windsor, Conn, 1657)Gules a lion rampant Or Crozier 1
hurd2.gif: 253x306, 9k (March 06, 2013, at 07:41 AM) 1. Hurd, Nathaniel (Boston, 1729-77)
2. Hurd, Isaac (Boston [?], 1812)
Azure a lion rampant Or, on a chief Argent a crane [or stork] [tincture not indicated?] between two mullets Or1. Bookplate engraved by himself.
2. Same bookplate with Isaac's dated signature.
1. Bolton
2. Bolton
hurd3.gif: 253x306, 5k (March 06, 2013, at 09:01 AM) Hurd, Descendants of Jacob (of Roxbury and Boston, Mass, d. 1758)Azure a Neptune's trident palewise and on a chief wavy Or a raven properGranted by English kings of arms, 1783.NEHGS #261
hurry.gif: 253x306, 8k (March 06, 2013, at 08:42 AM) Hurry, Samuel (to New York, 1795; settled in Philadelphia)Argent a lion rampant Gules in base two mullets pierced Azure.Bookplate.Crozier 1, Matthews, Bolton
hurst.gif: 253x306, 10k (February 28, 2013, at 10:50 PM) Hurst, John (of Salem, Mass, 1717)Argent a sun GulesGore Roll of ArmsGore Roll
hutchins.jpg: 189x223, 21k (July 11, 2009, at 05:29 PM) Hutchins, John (to Newbury, Mass., 1642)Argent three lions passant two and one Sable.From Southampton, Hants.Matthews
hutchinson.jpg: 189x223, 43k (July 11, 2009, at 05:29 PM) 1. Hutchinson, William (in Boston, 1633)
2. Hutchinson, Richard (in Salem, Mass, 1647)
3. Hutchinson, Thomas (Boston, 1675-1739)
4. Hutchinson, Thomas (b. Boston, 1711; d. England, 1780.
Per pale Gules and Azure crusily Or a lion rampant Argent.2. Son of Thomas Hutchinson of Arnold, near Nottingham, Notts.
3. Engraved dish given to Second Church, Boston, 1711.
4. China plate, impaling Calthorp ("Checky Or and Azure a fess Ermine"), Bostonian Soc. Governor of Massachusetts, 1771-74. Son of Thomas Hutchinson, #3. See alternative blazon below.
1. Crozier 1
2. Matthews
3. Bolton
4. Bolton
hutchinson12.gif: 253x306, 10k (February 21, 2013, at 08:58 PM) Hutchinson, Thomas (Boston, 1711-London, 1780)Per pale Gules and Azure a lion rampant Argent within an orle of 12 cross-crosslets Or.On his seal. Also as depicted in window of State House, Boston; governor of Massachusetts. See alternative blazon above.Bolton
hutchinson10.gif: 253x306, 9k (February 21, 2013, at 09:04 PM) 1. Hutchinson, Col Elisha (Boston, 1640-1717)
2. Hutchinson, William (in Boston, 1721)
Per pale Gules and Azure a lion rampant Argent within an orle of 10 cross-crosslets Or.Both in Gore Roll of Arms.Gore Roll
hutchinson9.gif: 253x306, 9k (February 21, 2013, at 09:21 PM) Hutchinson, ----- (Boston, 18th c)Per pale Gules and Azure a lion rampant Argent within an orle of nine cross-crosslets Or.Engraved on a chocolate potBolton
hutchinson7.gif: 253x306, 9k (February 21, 2013, at 09:26 PM) Hutchinson, Samuel (d. Boston, ca 1667)A lion rampant within a partial orle of seven cross-crosslets, none in chief [tinctures not indicated]Seal on his will. See slight variant below.Bolton
hutchinson8.gif: 253x306, 10k (February 21, 2013, at 05:05 PM) Hutchinson, Samuel (d. Boston, ca 1667)Per pale Gules and Azure a lion rampant Argent within an orle of cross-crosslets OrSee slight variant above.NEHGS #42
hutchinson8L.gif: 253x306, 9k (February 21, 2013, at 09:14 PM) Hutchinson, Eliakim (d. Boston, 1717)Per pale Gules and Azure a lion rampant Argent within a partial orle of eight cross-crosslets Or, none in chief, and a label Argent.Gore Roll of ArmsGore Roll
hutchinson13.gif: 253x306, 9k (February 21, 2013, at 09:43 PM) Hutchinson, ----- (Boston, 18th c.)A lion within a partial orle of 13 cross-crosslets, none in chief [tinctures not indicated].Tombstone, Copp's Hill, Boston, carved on a stone later appropriated by another family.Bolton
hutchinson10a.gif: 253x306, 9k (February 21, 2013, at 09:44 PM) Hutchinson, ----- (Boston, 18th c.)A lion within a partial orle of 10 cross-crosslets, none in chief [tinctures not indicated]Slab lying broken without an inscription, Copp's Hill, Boston.Bolton
hutson.gif: 253x306, 4k (March 06, 2013, at 08:36 AM) Hutson, Rev. William (England, 1720-Charleston, 1761)Per chevron embattled Or and Vert three martlets counterchangedImmigrated to Charleston 1740. Bolton blazons "per fess embowed and embattled, but the painting in S.C. Hist. & Gen. Mag. (1908) that he cites as his source shows "per chevron embattled."Crozier 1, Bolton
hyde1.gif: 253x306, 5k (February 26, 2013, at 10:31 AM) 1. Hyde, Henry (in Maryland by 1663)
2. Hyde, Edward (in Maryland by 1663)
3. Hyde, Edward, Viscount Cornbury (in New York, 1701-08)
Azure a chevron between three lozenges Or.1. & 2. Brothers, from Norbury, Cheshire.
3. Governor of New York and New Jersey; later succeeded as 3rd Earl of Clarendon. See quartered arms below.
1. NEHGS #413
2. NEHGS #413
3. NEHGS #293
hyde2.gif: 253x306, 5k (March 06, 2013, at 10:39 AM) Hyde, Edward, Viscount Cornbury (in New York, 1701-08)Quarterly, 1st and 4th Azure a chevron between three lozenges Or (Hyde); 2nd Paly of six Or and Gules a bend Azure (Langford); 3rd Azure a cross Argent (Aylesbury)Impaling Stewart of Lennox and O'Brien on the coffin plate of his wife, Lady Catherine O'Brien (d. 1706), at Trinity Church, New York, found when the church was rebuilt in 1839. See simple paternal arms above. 
hyslop1.gif: 253x306, 10k (February 28, 2013, at 10:42 PM) Hyslop, Robert (18th-early 19th c)Argent upon a mound Vert a stag lodged beneath a tree [proper?]BookplateBolton
hyslop2.gif: 253x306, 16k (February 28, 2013, at 10:18 PM) Hyslop, ----- (18th-early 19th c)Six lioncels rampant 3, 2, 1 [tinctures not given]Bookplate, "by the name of Hyslop."Bolton

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