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" In a direct line from the above, descended sir NICHOLAS DAWNAY, who, in the reign of Edward II., obtained the king's charter for a market every week at his manor, and a fair every year at Shunnock... "
Journal - Page 165
by Royal Institution of Cornwall - 1891
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Debrett's Peerage of England, Scotland, and Ireland, Volume 2

John Debrett - 1803 - 566 pages
...fmger, and giving it to fir William, ordered, in perpetvam rti memoriamy that his ereft fhould be a demy Saracen, with a lion's paw in one hand, and a ring in the other, which is the family cogni2ance to this day ; and the ring is ftill in the poffeffion of vifcount Downe....
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The Peerage of the United Kingdom of Great Britain & Ireland, Volume 2

1809
...fmger, and giving it to sir William, ordered, in ptrpcluam rci memoriam, that his crest should he a demy Saracen, with a lion's paw in one hand, and a ring in the other, which is the family cognizance to this day; and the ring is still in the possession of viscount Downe....
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Debrett's Peerage of England, Scotland, and Ireland, Volume 2

John Debrett - 1820 - 828 pages
...giving it to sir William, ordered in perpetuam rei memoriam, that his crest should be a demi-Saracen, with a lion's paw in one hand, and a ring in the other, which is the family cognizance to this day ; and the ring is still in the possession of viscount Down....
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Debrett's Peerage of England, Scotland, and Ireland. [Another], Volume 2

John Debrett - 1825 - 672 pages
...giving it to sir William, ordered in perpetuam rei memoriam, that his crest should be a demiSaracen, with a lion's paw in one hand, and a ring in the other, which is the family cognizance to this day ; and the ring is still in the possession of viscount Down....
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The Patrician, Volume 1

John Burke, Bernard Burke - 1846
...presenting it to Dawney, ordered that, to perpetuate the event, he should bear, as a crest, a demi-Saracen, with a lion's paw in one hand, and a ring in the other. The first Viseount was Sir John Dawney, MP for York, who was raised to the peerage of Ireland, the 19th...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 202

1857 - 880 pages
...this day in the possession of the family,) and ordered that he should bear for crest a demi-Saracen, with a lion's paw in one hand and a ring in the other. The first of the Dawnays who was made a baronet was Christopher Dawnay, of Cowick, a staunch cavalier ;...
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Rolfe Family Records: Volume II

Robert Theodore Gunther, Amy Neville Rolfe G√ľnther - 1914 - 415 pages
...his finger and presented it to Sir Wm. and ordered that he should bear the crest of a demi-saracen with a lion's paw in one hand and a ring in the other, which ring is still preserved. THOMAS PALMES, living 1419. m. Alice, d. of John Pickering of Ellerton....
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