ROLL OF EARLY AMERICAN ARMS - T
- ARM NAME BLAZON COMMENTS SOURCE
Taber, Philip (b. England, 1605; d. Watertown, Mass, 1672)
Azure on a chevron engrailed between three lions’ heads erased Or three leopards passant collared [tincture?]
Taber, Philip (in Plymouth, Mass, 1634)
Argent on a fess Vert three griffins’ heads erased Or
See different arms for (presumably) the same man above.
Taintor, Charles (in Fairfield, Conn, 1643)
Sable three tents Argent
Talbot, ----- (Massachusetts, ca 1800)
Argent three lions rampant Azure
Water color, possibly by Coles, owned by descendants of Jared Talbot (Plymouth, Mass, 1667-Dighton, Mass, 1739)
Talbot, Peter (of Dorchester, Mass, late 1600s)
Argent three lions salient Vert
1. Talbot, Sir William, Bt (to Maryland, 1670)
2. Talbot, George (to Maryland, 1674)
Argent a lion rampant Gules armed and langued Azure
Brothers. Visitation of Dublin, 1610
Talcott, John (in Cambridge, Mass, 1632)
Argent on a pale Sable three roses Argent
Taliaferro, Richard (James City Co, Va, 1732-89)
Azure a fess Argent between three estoiles Or
On a bookplate purchased by [[President.Jefferson#toc4">Thomas Jefferson at the request of Taliaferro's brother in law, George Wythe, and described in a letter from Jefferson to Wythe in 1786
Talmage, Thomas (in Long Island, NY, 1630)
Argent a fret Sable
Talman, Capt Henry (in New Kent Co, Va, 1730s; d. London, 1775)
Gules a chevron between in chief two daggers points downwards and in base a sword point upwards Or
Taney, Michael (Calvert Co, Md, ca 1695-1744)
Azure three bars Argent
Drawing by his son-in-law Ignatius Fenwick, 1769
Tarrant, Leonard (in Essex Co, Va, 1718)
A lion rampant regardant [tinctures not indicated]
Wax seal on his will, dated 1718
Tasker, Col Benjamin (Calvert Co, Md, ca 1690-Annapolis, 1768)
Ermine three lions passant in pale [Gules?]
Arms on tomb, St. Anne’s Churchyard, Annapolis, impaling "[Gules] three chevronels [Argent]" (Bladen). Acting governor of Maryland 1752-53; mayor of Annapolis.
Taye, John (in Medford, Mass, 1702)
Argent a chevron and on a chief Azure three martlets Argent
Gore Roll of Arms
1. Tayloe, Col William (b. England; d. King's Creek, York Co, Va, bef 1676)
2. Tayloe, John (Richmond Co, Va, 1688-1747)
Vert a sword erect Or between two lions rampant addorsed Ermine
1. On tomb of his wife Elizabeth, née Kingsmill (d. 1691) impaled with her paternal arms, "Argent crusily [Sable] a chevron [Ermines] between three millrinds Sable, a chief Ermines." Elizabeth Kingsmill Tayloe later married Nathaniel Bacon, Sr, president of the Council (c. 1676).
2. On his seal and bookplate; great-nephew of William Tayloe, #1.
Arms are those of Teylow of Gloucestershire; Col Tayloe, #1, appears as "Taylor" in early Virginia records.
2. Crozier 1, Bolton
1. Tayloe, John (Mount Airy, Richmond Co, Va, 1770-1828)
2. Tayloe, Benjamin Ogle (Annapolis, 1796-Rome, 1868)
Purpure a sword palewise proper between two lions rampant addorsed [Argent?]
1. Bookplate; grandson of John Tayloe above.
2. Bookplate; son of John Tayloe, #1
Both bookplates show the sword as an epée. Bolton suggests the lions should be Ermine.
Taylor, Col William (d. Boston, 1732)
Per saltire Argent and Or a double-headed eagle displayed Gules
Gore Roll of Arms dated 1711 (spelled "Tailer"); used on his seal. Bolton erroneously blazons the field per saltire Or and Gules.
Taylor, George (Ireland, 1716-Easton, Pa, 1781)
Ermine on a chevron Gules between three anchors erect Azure three escallops Argent
Arms on bookplate; signer of Declaration of Independence.
Taylor, John (d. Virginia, 1744)
Argent a saltire engrailed Sable between two cinquefoils in pale Gules and two hearts in fess Vert
Arms on tomb at St. Paul’s Churchyard, Norfolk, Va
Taylor, Samuel (in Philadelphia, 1770s)
Gules three roses a chief checky Argent and Sable
Bookplate, with a crescent for difference
1. Tazewell, John (Northampton Co, Va, ca 1736-Williamsburg, Va, 1781)
2. Tazewell, Henry (Northampton Co, Va, 1753-Philadelphia, 1799)
Argent on a fess Sable between three eagles displayed Azure three crescents Argent
2. Tombstone, Christ Church, Philadelphia (image on findagrave.com). U.S. senator from Virginia; nephew of John Tazewell, #1.
Tazewell, William (Somerset, Eng, 1690-Virginia, 1752)
Vairy Purpure and Ermine on a chief Gules a lion passant Or
Teakle, Rev. Thomas (b. Gloucestershire, 1624; d. Virginia, 1695)
Gules a maunch Argent
1. Temple, Robert (in Boston, 1717)
2. Temple, Sir John, Bt (Boston, 1731-New York, 1798)
Quarterly, 1st and 4th Or an eagle displayed Sable (arms of Mercia); 2nd and 3rd Argent two bars Sable each charged with three martlets Or (Temple)
2. Son of Robert Temple, #1. British consul general 1785-92; arms on memorial tablet in St. Paul’s Chapel, New York. His claim to the baronetcy is disputed.
1. Temple, Sir Thomas, Bt. (Stowe, Bucks, 1614-Ealing, Middx, 1674; in Massachusetts, 1667-1671)
2. Temple, Joseph (England, 1666-King William Co, Va)
Argent two bars Sable each charged with three martlets Or
1. Seal. As a baronet of Nova Scotia, Sir Thomas was entitled to display the arms of Nova Scotia as an augmentation, probably in the form of a canton.
Crozier and Vermont blazon the arms with mullets instead of martlets.
2. Crozier 2
1. Ten Broeck, Johannes (Albany, 1683-1730)
2. Ten Broeck, Dirck Wesselse (b. Albany, 1715)
3. Ten Broeck, John Cornelise (Albany, 1740-1822)
In a landscape, upon a grassy field two trees between a sheep [?] couchant regardant and a cow and a horse grazing all proper
1. Hatchment painted ca 1720, in N.Y. Hist. Soc. Bolton blazons the landscape as "Per fess Or and Sable" with the trees in chief and the animals in base, probably because of darkening of the painting. The animal blazoned here as a sheep could be a goat or (less likely) pig. Son of Maj Dirck Ten Broeck above.
2. On an embroidery by his daughter Albertina made about 1780, which shows all the animals facing to sinister. Grandson of Maj Dirck Ten Broeck and nephew of Johannes Ten Broeck, #1.
3. Bookplate by Maverick. Bolton blazons the dexter animal as a goat. Great-grandson of Maj Dirck Ten Broeck.
Ten Broeck, Maj Dirck Wesselse (Netherlands, 1638-Albany, 1717)
Azure a bull between a boar and a horse Argent on a chief Or two apple trees proper
First recorder of Albany, N.Y. Matthews blazons a fess, but his illustration shows a chief; similarly for "bear" read "boar." His entry is probably based on an erroneous drawing of the arms on the hatchment of Johannes Ten Broeck, #1, below, in Emma Ten Broeck Runk, Ten Broeck Genealogy (1897).
Tenney, Thomas (Rowley, Mass, 1638)
Per chevron Sable and Argent three griffins’ heads erased counterchanged
Ternay, RAdm Charles-Louis d'Arsac, Chevalier de (Angers, France, ca 1723-Newport, 1780)
Sable a double-headed eagle displayed Argent armed and membered Gules, on a chief Gules a cross Argent (for a professed knight of the Order of Malta)
Memorial tablet at Old Trinity Church, Newport; admiral in the French Navy.
Terry, Charles (in Boston, 1777)
Argent a cross between four martlets Gules
Thacher, Rev Thomas (Salisbury, Eng, 1620-Boston, 1678)
Gules on a fess Or between three lozenges Ermine a trefoil slipped Azure between two eagles’ heads erased Gules beaked and gorged with leashes Argent
Son of Rev. Peter Thacher, vicar of Queen Camel, Somerset; these arms appear to be a version of those of Thaxter rather than Thacher (see below). See above for arms actually used.
1. Tha(t)cher, Rev Thomas (Salisbury, Eng, 1620-Boston, 1678; to Boston, 1635)
2. Thacher, Rhodolphus (in Duxbury, Mass, 1690)
3. Tha(t)cher, Thomas (Milton, Mass, 1693-1722)
4. Thacher, Antony (d. Yarmouth, Mass, 1667)
Gules a cross moline Argent, on a chief Or three grasshoppers Proper
1. Seal on a letter written 1676
2. Seal on document
3. Seal on his will
4. Uncle of Thomas Thacher, #3.
3. Bolton, Her. Jl. 4:77, NEHGS #59 corr
4. NEHGS #59
Thaxter, Samuel (Hingham, Mass, 1769-Boston, 1842)
Gules on a chevron Or between three lozenges Ermine a trefoil slipped Vert between two cocks’ heads Gules
Arms on bookplate; secretary to John Adams in Paris.
Thayer, Arthur (in Dorchester, Mass, 1791)
A chevron between three ravens [tinctures not given]
On his seal, impaling "A lion rampant contourny"
Theobald, Clement (d. Charles Co, Md, 1678)
Gules six cross crosslets fitchy Or
Thomas, Dr Philip (Kent Co, Md, 1747-Baltimore, 1815)
Sable a chevron and canton Ermine
Arms on silver pitcher and seal
1. Thomas, George (in Boston, 1660)
2. Thomas, Isaiah (Boston, 1749-Worcester, Mass, 1831)
Argent on a cross Sable five crescents Argent
1. Arms said to have been granted 1608
2. Two bookplates; embroidered "hatchment" made ca 1786 by his daughter Mary Ann (later Mrs. Levi Simmons, 1772-1805), now at Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Founder of the American Antiquarian Society.
Thomas, George (in Pennsylvania, 1738-47)
Three lions rampant [tinctures not shown]
Seal; deputy governor of Pennsylvania, 1738-47)
1. Thomas, Philip (nr Chesapeake Bay, Md, 1651)
2. Thomas, John (in Portsmouth, RI, 1688)
Argent a chevron lozengy Or and Sable between three ravens close Sable
2. Crozier 1, Matthews
Thomas, Samuel (in Anne Arundel Co, Md, 1655)
Argent on a chevron engrailed Azure two griffins respectant Argent gorged with two bars Gules on a chief Azure three cinquefoils pierced Or
Thompson, John (in Long Island, 1634)
Or on a fess dancetty Azure three stars [estoiles?] Or on a canton Azure the sun in splendor Or
Bookplates of his descendants. Bolton says stars are “sometimes Argent” as in the arms immediately above.
1. Thompson, Maurice (in Virginia, 1620)
2. Thompson, Rev. William (in New England, 1634)
3. Thompson, Anthony (in New Haven, 1637)
Or on a fess dancetty Azure three estoiles Argent on a canton Azure the sun in splendor Or
1. Maurice’s brothers George, William and Paul also came to Virginia; his brother Robert was in New England.
3. Matthews blazons the estoiles as "stars."
3. Crozier 1, Matthews
Thompson, Rev John (in York, Md, 1740)
Argent three towers triple towered Gules
Born in Belfast.
1. Thompson, Sir Benjamin, Count Rumford (Woburn, Mass, 1753-Paris, 1814)
2. Thompson, Sarah, Countess Rumford (Concord, Mass, 1774-1852)
Per fess Argent and Sable a fess embattled counterembattled between in chief two falcons and in base a horse passant all counterchanged, the falcons beaked, membered, and belled Or
1. Grant by Garter King of Arms, 1784. By this time Thompson had permanently left North America and spent the rest of his life in Europe. He was created a count of the Holy Roman Empire by the Prince-Elector of Bavaria in 1791.
2. Daughter of Benjamin Thompson, #1, by his first wife. She was his only child and inherited her father's title.
Thomson, David (of Charlestown, Mass, 1630s)
A stag's head caboshed with a cross paty fitchy between the antlers, on a chief a crescent between two mullets
On his seal
Thomson, Rev Samuel (b. Coleraine, Ire; to Cumberland Co, Pa, 1737)
A stag's head erased close in sinister chief a bell [?] and in sinister base a carpenter's square [tinctures not indicated]
Tombstone of his wife Janet (d. 1744), Meeting House Springs Cemetery, Carlisle, Pa.
1. Thorndike, John (in Boston, 1633)
2. Thorndike, John (in Beverly, Mass, 1668)
Argent six gouttes three, two, one, on a chief Gules three leopards’ faces Or
1. Her Jl 1:52 links him to a family in the 1634 visitation of Lincolnshire.
2. Crozier 1, NEHGS #11
Thornton?, ----- (Southold, N.Y., 1690)
Argent on a bend Gules three escarbuncles Or, in sinister chief a mullet Sable
Seal on marriage agreement 1690
1. Thornton, William (in York Co, Va, 1646)
2. Thornton, William (Gloucester Co, Va, 1727-Brunswick Co, Va, 1790)[?]
Argent a chevron Sable between three hawthorn trees Proper
2. On a bookplate engraved in about 1745; the most likely of several William Thorntons of Virginia who might have owned this bookplate.
Thoroughgood, Capt Adam (to Virginia 1621; d. Lynnhaven Bay, Va, 1640)
Azure on a chief Argent three lozenge-shaped buckles tongues fesswise Azure
Confirmed to his nephew John at the 1663 visitation of Middlesex. See alternative blazon below.
Thoroughgood [Thorowgood], Capt Adam (to Virginia 1621; d. Lynnhaven Bay, Va, 1640)
Sable on a chief Argent three lozenge-shaped buckles Sable
Reported to have been on tomb of his wife Sarah, Lynnhaven (Old Donation) Church, Virginia Beach (no longer extant). See alternative blazon above; note that the stone is unlikely to have shown any indication of tincture.
1. Thorpe, George (d. Virginia, 1619)
2. Thorpe, Capt Thomas (d. Williamsburg, Va, 1693)
Argent a fess nebuly between three trefoils slipped Gules
1. Founded New Berkeley, Va.
Throckmorton, John (b. Ware Parish, Gloucester Co, Va, 1731)
Quarterly of eight, 1st and 8th Gules on a chevron Argent three bars gemels Sable, a crescent for difference (Throckmorton); 2nd Or a fess embattled Sable (Abberbury); 3rd and 5th Argent on a fess embattled between six cross crosslets fitchy Gules three crescents Or (Olney); 4th Sable a chevron Argent between three crescents Or (de la Spine); 6th Gules three bird bolts Argent (Bosam); 7th Gules a fess between six gouttes Or (Wyke)
Confirmed by Ralph Bigland, Somerset Herald, 3 March 1769. Great-grandson of Robert Throckmorton, above.
Throckmorton, John (Norwich, Eng, ca 1601-Monmouth Co, N.J., 1684)
Gules on a chevron Argent two bars gemels Sable
To Salem, Mass, 1631
Throckmorton, Robert (in Charles City Co, Va, 1637; will prob. 1699)
Gules on a chevron Argent three bars gemels Sable
With a crescent for difference; his property "White Marsh" was in the area that later became Gloucester Co. Arms confirmed to his great-grandfather Gabriel at the 1613 visitation of Huntingdonshire; see below for quartered version confirmed to his great-grandson John Throckmorton, below.
Throop, William (in Hartford, 1660)
Gules a bar between two chevrons Argent
Thruston, Malachy (1637-Norfolk Co, Va, 1699)
Sable three buglehorns Argent stringed Or garnished Azure
His grandfather left a signet ring with coat of arms to Malachy's father, John; Malachy's grandson Edward Thruston, Jr, used a seal with these arms on his will.
Ticknor, William (in Boston, 1646)
Argent a chevron Gules between in chief three escallops and in base a boar’s head erased Sable
1. Tilden, Nathaniel (in Scituate, Mass, 1634)
2. Tilden, Marmaduke (in Kent Co, Md, 1658)
Azure a saltire Ermine between four pheons Or
1. Born 1583, Tenterdon, co. Kent.
2. Crozier 1
1. Tilghman, Dr. Richard (London, 1627-Queen Anne's Co, Md, 1676)
2. Tilghman, James (Talbot Co, Md, 1716-Kent Co, Md, 1793)
3. Tilghman, James (Maryland, 1743-1809)
Per fess Sable and Argent a lion rampant regardant fork-tailed counterchanged crowned Or
1. Arms confirmed to his father Oswald Tilghman of Snodland at the 1619 visitation of Kent. In Maryland by 1659.
2. Bookplate with a mullet for difference. Grandson of Dr. Richard Tilghman, #1. In Philadelphia 1760-88; member of the Pennsylvania Provincial Council
3. Bookplate; first attorney general of independent Maryland. Great-grandson of Dr. Richard Tilghman, #1, and nephew of James Tilghman, #2.
Tilley, William (in Boston, 1660)
Argent a wyvern wings addorsed Sable
Tillotson, Thomas (New York, ca 1800)
Azure a bend Or cotised Argent between two garbs [Or?]
Bookplate by Maverick; Bolton speculates that the garbs are Sable
Tilston, James (in Boston, 1724)
Azure a bend cotised between two garbs Or
Gore Roll of Arms
Timpson, Thomas (in Westchester Co, N.Y., 1765)
Per chevron Gules and Argent in chief two lions rampant Argent, in base on a mound an oak tree proper fructed Or
Granted by the English kings of arms, 1767
Timson, Samuel (d. York Co, Va, 1695)
In chief two fleurs-de-lis in base a sun in splendor [no tinctures indicated]
On his tombstone, Queen's Creek, York Co, impaled by "[Or] a cross [Gules] between four blackamoors' heads couped at the shoulders [proper] wreathed about the temples [Or]" (Juxon), with Timson on the sinister side
Tirrey, John (England, 1649-Prince George Co, Va, 1700)
Sable three chevronels between three mullets Argent
Arms on tomb at Church Pastures, Prince George Co, impaling arms too worn to decipher
1. Titcomb, Benaiah (Newbury, Mass, 1652-1728)
2. Titcomb, William (Newbury, Mass, 1659-1740)
A fess between three greyhounds' heads erased gorged [tinctures not given]
On a tankard given by them to First Church, Newburyport; half-brothers
Titus, Robert (in Weymouth, Mass, 1635)
Quarterly, 1st and 4th Or on a chief Gules a lion passant guardant Or; 2nd and 3rd Gyronny of eight Or and Azure on an escutcheon Argent a blackamoor’s head couped Sable wreathed around the temples Argent and Azure
1. Todd, Christopher (in New Haven, 1639)
2. Todd, Daniel (in Derby, Conn, 1777)
Argent three foxes’ heads couped Gules a bordure Vert
2. Crozier 1
Todd, John (in Rowley, Mass, 1664)
Vert a fox rampant Argent
Toland, Henry (Philadelphia, 1785-1863)
Gules a lion rampant Or
Tomlinson, John (Philadelphia, ca 1770)
Sable a fess Argent between three falcons volant Or
Bookplate by Dawkins
Tompkins, Daniel D. (Scarsdale, N.Y., 1774-Tompkinsville, N.Y., 1825)
Azure on a chevron between three cock-pheasants close Or three cross-crosslets Sable
Vermont's illustration shows cross-crosslets fitchy. Vice President of United States.
Tooker, Henry (d. Prince George Co, Va, 1710)
Barry wavy of ten Argent and Azure on a chevron embattled counter-embattled Or between three sea horses Argent five gouttes Sable
Arms on tomb at Church Pastures, Prince George Co. Same arms as Tucker (see below).
Touteville, Margaret (in Cambridge, Mass, ca 1636)
Barry of twelve Argent and Gules a lion rampant Sable
Wife of Rev Thomas Shepard
Towles, Henry (in Accomac Co, Va, 1681)
A lion passant [tinctures not given]
Wax seal on deed, 1712
Towne, William (in Salem, Mass, 1635)
Argent on a chevron Gules three cross-crosslets Argent
1. Townley, Col Richard (of Elizabeth, NJ, abt 1684)
2. Townley, Mary (to New Poquoson, Va, by 1639)
Argent a fess in chief three mullets Sable
2. With a mullet for difference
2. NEHGS #672
1. Townsend, Thomas (in Lynn, Mass, ca. 1635)
2. Townsend, James (d. Boston, 1737)
Azure a chevron Ermine between three escallops Or
1. Baptized Bracon Ash, Norfolk, England, 1594.
2. Altar tomb, King's Chapel Graveyard, Boston
1. Tracy, Thomas (in Salem, Mass, 1636)
2. Tracy, Nathaniel (Newbury, Mass, 1751-96)
Or in dexter chief an escallop bendwise between two bendlets Gules
2. Bookplate by N. Hurd, 1768. Bolton blazons the escallop Sable, but the bookplate appears to indicate Gules.
Trafford, William (Lancashire, 1710-Ancram, Columbia Co, N.Y., 1783)
Argent a griffin segreant Gules
1. Traill, Robert (in Easton, Pa, mid-1700s)
2. Traill, Robert (in Portsmouth, NH, mid-1700s)
3. Trail, John (d. Boston, 1750)
4. Trail, George (d. Boston, 1750)
Azure a chevron between in chief two mascles Or and in base a trefoil slipped Argent
1 & 2. Second cousins, both from Sands, Orkney
3 & 4. On their shared tomb, King's Chapel graveyard, Boston
3 & 4. Bolton
Travers, Rawleigh (in Lancaster Co, Va, 1653)
Argent on a chevron Gules three griffins’ heads erased Or, on a chief Azure three roundels Or
Travis, John (in Scarboro, Me, 1772)
Gules a chevron Ermine between three martlets [Argent?]
Arms on bookplate
1. Treasury, Board of (est. 1776)
2. Treasury, Department of the (est. 1789)
Or on a chevron Azure between in chief a scale and in base a key fesswise proper [Sable] thirteen stars in chevron Argent
Seal adopted for the Board of Treasury ca 1780; retained by the Department of the Treasury established under the federal constitution.
1. Trenchard, George (in Alloway, N.J., 1686)
2. Trenchard, Edward (in West Jersey, 1727)
Per pale, dexter Argent three pallets Sable, sinister Azure
2. Crozier 1, Matthews
Tronberg, Rev Petrus (in Christina (Wilmington), Del, 1742)
Argent a tree surmounted by a scythe bendwise the blade palewise proper
Truman, Joseph (in New London, Conn, 1666)
Gules three dexter arms conjoined at the shoulders and flexed in triangle Or fists clenched Argent
Trumbull, John (Lebanon, Conn, 1756-New York, 1843)
Argent three bulls' heads erased proper
Painted by himself at age 15 and described in his autobiography (1841). The famous historical painter; son of Gov Jonathan Trumbull above.
Trumbull, Jonathan (Lebanon, Conn, 1710-85)
Argent three bulls’ heads erased Sable breathing flames proper
Governor of Connecticut, 1769-84
Tryon, Gov William (in North Carolina by 1765)
Azure a fess embattled between six estoiles Or.
Governor of North Carolina, 1765-71; Governor of New York, 1771-80. See different blazon above.
Tryon, Gov William (in North Carolina by 1765)
Azure a fess embattled Or between six estoiles in orle Argent.
Governor of North Carolina, 1765-71; Governor of New York, 1771-80. Arms on his seal. with an escutcheon of pretense "Argent two bars in chief three roundels Gules" (Wake). See different blazon below.
Tucker, Daniel (in Virginia, 1616)
Barry wavy of ten Argent and Azure on a chevron embattled counter-embattled Or between three seahorses Argent five gouttes Sable.
Same arms as Tooker (see entry above). Arms said to have been granted 1558.
Tucker, Ichabod (Leicester, Mass, 1765-Salem, Mass, 1846)
Vert a chevron Argent between three seahorses [Argent?]
Arms on his bookplate
Tuckerman, John (in Boston, 1654)
Vert on a bend engrailed between three arrows Argent three human hearts Gules
1. Tucker, Robert (b. Bermuda, d. Norfolk, Va, 1722)
2. Tucker, Richard (Virginia and Bermuda, late 1700s?)
Azure a chevron Or between three seahorses Argent
1. Engraved on chalice left by him to Christ Church, Norfolk, in his will.
Tucker, Robert (in Milton, Mass, 1662)
Barry wavy of ten Argent and Azure on a chevron embattled Or between three seahorses Argent five gouttes Sable.
Tucker, St. George (Bermuda, 1752-Richmond, 1827)
Azure a chevron between three seahorses Or
Colonel of militia in Revolutionary War; judge of U.S. Circuit Court. Monuments to his family at St. Peter's Church, St. George's, Bermuda.
Tuck, Robert (in Watertown, Mass, 1636)
Argent a chevron between three greyhounds’ heads erased Sable
Tudor, John (in Boston, 1715)
Or a lion passant between three annulets Sable charged on the shoulder with a martlet Or
Engraving printed in Deacon Tudor’s Diary (published 1896)
Tufton, John (in New Hampshire, 1688)
Quarterly, 1st Argent on a pale Sable an eagle displayed Argent (Tufton); 2nd A fess and in chief two hands each holding a ball (Mason) [tinctures not given]; 3rd [Azure?] three bucks trippant [Or?] (Greene); 4th Argent a fess Sable between three boars’ heads couped Gules muzzled Or (Steed)
Sheriff of New Hampshire; arms on seal
1. Turberville, John (in Lancaster Co, Va, 1633)
2. Turberville, George (Hickory Hill, Va, ca. 1694-1742)
3. Turberville, George Lee (Hague, Westmoreland Co, Va, 1760-98)
Ermine a lion rampant Gules ducally crowned Or
2. Arms on tombs of his first wife Frances Ashton (d. 1720), Nomini Plantation, Westmoreland Co, Va, and his second wife Lettice Fitzhugh (d. 1732) impaling Fitzhugh, Hickory Hill, Va. Son of John Turberville, #1.
3. Bookplate (with an eagle displayed as a single supporter); great-grandson of John Turberville, #1.
2. Crozier 2, Bolton
Turner, Capt William (in Boston, 1673)
Sable a chevron Ermine between three mill-rinds Or, on a chief Argent a lion passant Gules
1. Turner, Maj Harry (d. King George Co, Va, 1751)
2. Turner, George (Virginia, ca 1800?)
Ermine on a cross quarter-pierced Argent four mill-rinds [Sable?]
1. Arms on his tomb
Turner, Maj Henry (d. Smith’s Mount, Westmoreland Co, Va, 1757)
Ermine four mill-rinds Sable.
Arms on his tomb.
Tuthill, Henry (Hingham, Mass, 1637)
Or on a chevron Azure three crescents Argent
Same arms as William Tuttle of New Haven (see below)
Tuthill, John (d. Boston, ca 1700)
Azure on a bend Argent cotised Or a lion passant Sable
On the tomb of his widow Mary (d. 1705), Granary Burying Ground, Boston
1. Tuttle, John (in Dover, N.H., 1640)
2. Tuttle, William (in Boston, 1653)
Azure on a bend cotised Or a lion passant Sable
1. Died Carrickfergus, Ireland, 1656.
2. Crozier 1
Tuttle, William (in New Haven, 1638)
Or on a chevron Azure three crescents Argent
Same arms as Henry Tuthill (see above)
Tuttle, Zachariah (Boston, ca 1670-1722)
Azure on a bend Argent double cotised Or a lion passant Sable
Gore Roll of Arms (1721)
Twiller, Wouter van (Netherlands, 1606-54; in New Amsterdam, 1633-38)
Argent six fleurs-de-lis, 3, 2, 1, Gules
Seal on sister's marriage record, Deventer, Neth. Director-General (governor) of New Netherland.
1. Tyler, Andrew (Boston, 1719-75)
2. Tyler, Joseph (Boston, mid-1700s)
Gules on a fess between three mountain-cats passant guardant Or a cross moline between two crescents Gules
1. Bookplate by Nathaniel Hurd, ca 1750; the same Andrew Tyler listed immediately above.
2. Bookplate by Thomas Johnston, ca 1750
1. Tyler, Andrew (Boston, 1719-75)
2. Tyler, William (in Rhode Island, 1774)
3. Tyler, John S. (Boston, 1796-1870)
Sable on a fess Erminois between three mountain-cats passant guardant Ermine a cross formy between two crescents Gules
1 & 2. Brothers, included in destination of arms granted 21 Nov 1774 to descendants of their father Andrew Tyler of Boston. See below for arms used earlier by Andrew, #1.
3. Arms on his bookplate and gravestone, Mt Auburn Cemetery, Boston
2. Crozier 1, Matthews, Bolton, NEHGS #429
Tyler, Rev John (Wallingford, Conn, 1742-Norwich, Conn, 1823)
Quarterly, 1st Azure an open book proper; 2nd Sable an anchor erect cabled [Or?]; 3rd Or a woman statant holding an infant in her arms proper; 4th Ermine a dove holding in its beak an olive branch proper; over all a cross Purpure
Bookplate by Richard Brunton.
Tyng, Dudley Atkins (Newburyport, 1760-Boston, 1808)
Tierced per pale, dexter Or a lion Azure (for Dudley), center Argent a cross between four mullets Sable (Atkins), sinister Argent on a bend cotised Sable three martlets Or (Tyng)
Bookplate by Callender
1. Tyng, Edward (in Boston, 1639)
2. Tyng, Jonathan (in Woburn, Mass, 1704)
Argent on a bend cotised Sable three martlets Or
1. Born Dunstable, Beds., 1600.
2. Gore Roll of Arms
Bolton cites family silver with old hallmarks. Matthews has just "bend Sable," not cotised.
Tyson, Ryner (in Germantown, Pa, 1685)
Vert a lion rampant crowned Or
Came to America from England with William Penn
See different arms for (presumably) the same man below.