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Wyatt of Allington, Kent

When the heraldic "Visitation of Kent" occurred in 1619, a pedigree of 11 generations of the Wyatt family, originally of Yorkshire and late of Allington, Kent, in the line of Sir Henry Wyatt, and of Boxley in the time of George Wyatt, was registered. The pedigree which was produced in 1619 was that compiled in 1578 by Roger Twysden, who had married Ann Wyatt, daughter of Thomas and Jane (Hawte) Wyatt.

Arms Quarterly of Six

1 and 6 Per fesse azure and gules, a pair of barnacles argent, enclosed by aring or. (Wiat)
2 Ona fesse or, between three boars' heads couped argent as many lioncels rampant sable.
3 Argent on a bend gules a martlet between two cinquefoils or, a bordure azure bezantee. (Bailife alias Clarke)
4 Or, a cross engrailed gules. (Hawte)
5 Per pale---and---Lion rampant ermine. (Sheluring)


An ostrich proper, in the beak of horseshoe argent.
A demi-lion rampant sable, holding in the dexter paw an arrow in bend or flighted and headed argent.