Thomas EYRE (of Burnham)

Father: 15th._Century EYRES

Family 1:
  1. Edmund EYRE
  2. Elizabeth EYRE
  3. Thomas EYRE

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Notes

!SOURCE: THE VISITATION OF BUCKINGHAMSHIRE, 1634, Publications of the Harleian Library, London, 1909, pp. 53ff. Of Burnham, Bucks, gent. [Visit: 1566]. [The Trick is from MS. No. 2, it being better than the one in Eng. Misc. C. 17.] ARMS: Az. a chev. betw. three ears of corn ar. slipped or. CREST: A phoenix close ppr. (These Armes and Crest granted to Tho. Eyr of Bucks by Tho. Holme Clarenceux 16 E. 1. [1476-77].)

!ARMS: Sir Bernard Burke, THE GENERAL ARMORY OF ENGLAND, SCOTLAND, IRELAND AND WALES, Harrison, London, 1884, p. 336. Eyre (co. Buckingham). Az. a chev. betw. three ears of corn ar. slipped or. Crest--A phoenix close ppr.


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