James Neynoe Vivian Willyams

Born
Died
aged 38
Parents
Humphry Willyams
Ellen Frances Neynoe
Arms of Willyams of Carnanton
Arms of Willyams of Carnanton
Blazon
Argent a fess chequy gules and vert between three griffins’ heads erased of the third, each gorged with a ducal coronet or.
Sources
  1. Burke, John. A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Commoners of Great Britain and Ireland, Vol IV p 35. , London, Henry Colburn.
  2. Burke, Bernard, The General Armory of England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales, p 1119. , London, Harrison & Sons.
  3. Vivian, JL (ed). The Visitations of Cornwall. p 627. , Exeter, William Pollard & Co.
  4. Burke, Bernard, Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Landed Gentry, vol II p 2229. 8th edition, , London, Harrison & Sons.
Acknowledgements
  1. Griffin’s head erased from Griffin’s Head Erased (2) based on De Walden, Howard (ed). Banners Standards and Badges (a Tudor manuscript in the College of Arms), p 267, from an original by Thomas Willement.
  2. Ducal coronet from Spedona
Pedigree
Pedigree of Willyams of Carnanton
Notes
  1. Private baptism, at St Clement, Cornwall OPC Baptisms. Received into church, at Mawgan in Pydar, Cornwall OPC Baptisms (gives date of birth)
  2. Burial at St Mary’s, Truro, Cornwall OPC Burials.
  3. Death, Royal Cornwall Gazette p 4, Illustrated London News p 14, Exeter and Plymouth Gazette p 5.
  4. Vivian, JL (ed). The Visitations of Cornwall. p 628. , Exeter, William Pollard & Co. Gives death date , died s.p. sine prole (without children) .