Blazons and Data.  Picture of Arms
Name: Hulton-Wrightson ????

Blazon of Arms (courtesy of Martin Collins)

On a shield of twenty divisions; 1st, Argent, a lion rampant queue fourché, gules; 2nd. and 14th. Gules, a lion rampant ermine, crowned or; 3rd. Sable, a fret argent, a label gules; 4th. Or, three bars gules, a canton ermine; 5th. Argent, three bars sable, in chief three maunch gules; 6th. Sable, three lions passant argent; 7th. Argent, ona bend sable three lozenges charged with saltires gules; 8th. Argent,two bendlets sable; 9th. and 11th. Sable, a lion rampant, argent,charged with a water-bouget gules; 10th. Argent, a cross flory gules(?); 12th. and 20th. Argent, a lion rampant gules, crowned or;13th. Argent, a eagle displayed gules; 15th. Quarterly sable and or,in first a lion passant, or; 16th. Argent, a bend engrailed sable, alabel gules; 17th. Argent, a fess sable; 18th. Or, three lozenges sable; 19th. Or, two bars gules, in chief three leopards heads gules.

College of Arms : About the Shield Type

This shield was drawn, as a child by Ilma Malunat the original sat in her house as a child. 

Any help in identifying individual components welcomed.


 (Label indicates Eldest Son)


(Label indicates Eldest Son)

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