Bibliography of the present Officers of Arms (in ordinary and extraordinary), 1980 to date. Present officers’ names in bold.

 

Books

 

  • H. E. P. Bedingfeld and P. Ll. Gwynn-Jones, Heraldry. Leicester: Magna Books, 1993.
  • A. A. B. R. Bruce, J. Calder and M. Cator, Keepers of the Kingdom. The Ancient Offices of Britain. London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1999. Revised edn. (‘Jubilee edition’), London: Cassell Illustrated, 2002.
  • C. E. A. Cheesman and J. H. C. Williams, Rebels, Pretenders and Impostors. London: British Museum Press, 2000.
  • C. E. A. Cheesman (ed.), The Armorial of Haiti. Symbols of nobility in the reign of Henry Christophe. With a historical introduction by Marie-Lucie Vendryes. London: The College of Arms, 2007.
  • Crowns and Crests. Heraldry in the Round. London, for the College of Arms, 2002.
  • T. O. S. Lloyd, The Lost Houses of Wales. A survey of country houses in Wales demolished since c.1900. London: Save Britain’s Heritage, 1986. Second edition, 1989.
  • T. O. S. Lloyd, J. Orbach and R. Scourfield, Pembrokeshire. Pevsner Architectural Guides: the Buildings of Wales. London and New Haven: Yale University Press, 2004.
  • T. O. S. Lloyd, J. Orbach and R. Scourfield, Carmarthenshire and Ceredigion. Pevsner Architectural Guides: the Buildings of Wales. London and New Haven: Yale University Press, 2006.
  • P. P. O’Shea, Honours, Titles, Styles and Precedence in New Zealand. Wellington: Government of New Zealand, 1977. Supplement volume, 1980.
  • P. P. O’Shea, An Unknown Few: the Story of those Holders of the George Cross, Empire Gallantry Medal and the Albert Medals associated with New Zealand. Wellington: New Zealand Government, 1981.
  • J. M. Robinson, Royal Residences. London: Macdonald, 1982.
  • J. M. Robinson, The Dukes of Norfolk: a quincentennial history. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1983. Revised edn., Chichester: Phillimore, 1995.
  • J. M. Robinson, Georgian Model Farms. A Study of decorative and model farm buildings in the age of improvement, 1700-1846. Oxford, Clarendon Press: 1983.
  • J. M. Robinson, The Latest Country Houses. London: Bodley Head, 1984.
  • J. M. Robinson, Cardinal Consalvi. London: Bodley Head, 1987.
  • J. M. Robinson, Heraldry. London: Chatto & Windus, 1989.
  • J. M. Robinson, Temples of Delight. Stowe landscape gardens. London: The National Trust, 1990.
  • J. M. Robinson, Treasures of the English Churches. London: Sinclair Stevenson, 1995.
  • J. M. Robinson, Windsor Castle. A short history. London: Michael Joseph, 1996. 2nd, revised edn. as Windsor Castle. The official illustrated history. London: The Royal Collection, 2001.
  • J. M. Robinson, The Regency Country House: From the Archives of “Country Life”. London: Aurum Press, 2005.
  • J. M. Robinson, Grass Seed in June. The making of an architectural historian. Wilby: Michael Russell, 2006.
  • T. Woodcock, Legal Habits. A Brief Sartorial History of Wig, Robe and Gown. London: Good Books, for Ede and Ravenscroft, 2003.
  • J. Bedells (transcr. and ed.), Hon. J. Grant and T. Woodcock (corr.), The Visitation of the County of Huntingdon 1684. Harleian Society publications n.s. replacement vol. 13 (1994). London: Harleian Society, 2000.
  • T. Woodcock and J. M. Robinson, The Oxford Guide to Heraldry. Oxford: Oxford University Press 1988; 2nd edn. 2001.
  • T. Woodcock and J. M. Robinson, Heraldry in National Trust Houses. London: The National Trust, 2001.
  • T. Woodcock, with additions by T. Seymour, Heraldry, Genealogy & The 8th Lord Howard de Walden. Windsor: Wilton 65 Publishing, 2010.
  • Dictionary of British Arms. Medieval Ordinary. London: Society of Antiquaries. Volume I, edd. D. H. B. Chesshyre and T. Woodcock, 1992. Volume II, edd. T. Woodcock, Hon. J. Grant and I. Graham, 1996. Volume III, edd. T. Woodcock and S. Flower, 2009.

Articles

  • H. E. P. Bedingfeld, “The heralds at the time of Agincourt”, in Agincourt 1415. Henry V, Sir Thomas Erpingham and the triumph of the English archers, ed. Anne Curry (Stroud: Tempus, 2000), pp. 133-138.
  • C. E. A. Cheesman, “The curse of Babel: the Enlightenment and the study of writing”, in Enlightenment: Discovering the World in the Eighteenth Century, edd. K. Sloan and A. M. Burnett (London: British Museum Press, 2003), pp. 202-211.
  • C. E. A. Cheesman, “Sad but True”, The Coat of Arms n.s. 15 (2002-3), no. 203, pp. 100-106.
  • C. E. A. Cheesman, entries in The Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004), as follows: Clarke, Charles (1719-1780); Combe, Charles (1743-1817); Cooke, William (1709-1780); Frederick, Felice (1725?-1797); Fuller, William (1670-1733); Harwood, Edward (d. 1814); Ives, John (1751-1776); Kennedy, Patrick (d. 1760); Kennett, Basil (1674-1715); Latymer, Edward (c.1559-1627); Leake, Stephen Martin (1702-1773); Longmate, Barak (1737/8-1793); Manley, Sir Roger (d. 1687); Manley, Thomas (c.1628-1676); Mawer, John (1702/3-1763); Neuhoff, Theodor Stefan von, Baron von Neuhoff (1694-1756); Pryme, Abraham (1671-1704); Ray, Benjamin (1703/4-1760); Taylor, Isaac (1829-1901).
  • C. E. A. Cheesman, “The heraldic legacy of Sir Isaac Heard”, The Coat of Arms 3rd ser. 1 (2005), pp. 23-36.
  • C. E. A. Cheesman, “A silver armorial seal die found near Newark”, The Coat of Arms 3rd ser. 2 (2006), pp. 127-30.
  • C. E. A. Cheesman, “Partridges: the history of a prohibition”, The Coat of Arms 3rd ser. 4 (2008), pp. 29-62.
  • C. E. A. Cheesman, “Heraldry”, in The International Encyclopedia of Communication, ed. W. Donsbach (Oxford and Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2008), vol. 5, pp. 2109-11.
  • C. E. A. Cheesman, “A frank and open relationship: heraldry and coinage in British history”, in Designing Change: the Art of Coin Design, ed. K. Clancy (Llantrisant: the Royal Mint, 2008), pp. 29-62.
  • C. E. A. Cheesman, “Penniston, Hatton and three English kings of arms in search of quarterings”, in Genealogica et Heraldica. St Andrews MMVI. Myth and Propaganda in Heraldry and Genealogy. Proceedings of the XXVII International Congress of Genealogical and Heraldic Sciences, St Andrews 21-26 August 2006 (Edinburgh: the Heraldry Society of Scotland and the Scottish Genealogical Society, 2008), vol. 1, pp. 207-28.
  • C. E. A. Cheesman, “Corporate grants of arms since 1673” (project report), The Coat of Arms 3rd ser. 5 (2009), pp. 101-8.
  • C. E. A. Cheesman, “Some aspects of the ‘Crisis of Heraldry’”, The Coat of Arms 3rd ser. 6 (2010), pp. 65-80.
  • A. R. Dickins, “Arms and trade marks”, The Coat of Arms n.s. vol. 11 (1995), no. 172, pp. 148-61.
  • P. L. Dickinson, “The heralds and genealogy”, Genealogists’ Magazine 21 (1983-85), no. 5, pp. 145-149.
  • P. L. Dickinson, “The heraldry of life peers”, in Debrett’s Peerage and Baronetage, edd. Charles Kidd and David Williamson (London: Debrett’s Peerage Ltd. and Macmillan, 1990), pp. 21-24.
  • P. L. Dickinson, “The Heralds’ Visitation of Gloucestershire 1682-3”, Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society 117 (1999), pp. 11-33 (Presidential address, 20 March 1999).
  • P. L. Dickinson, “The reform of the House of Lords and its effect on peerage successions”, in Debrett’s Peerage and Baronetage, edd. Charles Kidd and David Williamson (London: Debrett’s Peerage Ltd. and Macmillan, 2000), pp. 13-17.
  • P. L. Dickinson, entries in The Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004), as follows: Bigland, Ralph (1712-1784); Graile, Edmund (1575/6-1643); Grayle, John (1613/14-1651/2).
  • T. H. S. Duke, “Heraldic memorials”, in Heart and Identity. The Churches Conservation Trust Review and Report 2001-2002 (London: The Churches Conservation Trust, 2002), pp. 20-25.
  • J. Goodall and T. Woodcock, “Armorial and other pendants, studs and ornaments”, Antiquaries’ Journal 71 (1991), pp. 231-247.
  • A. Hobson and T. Woodcock, “The owners of the ‘carpe diem’ armorial binding stamp”, Book Collector, 54:4 (2005), pp. 539-543.
  • M. P. D. O’Donoghue, “Heralds at the Delhi Durbars”, The Coat of Arms 3rd ser. 2 (2006), pp. 107-24.
  • M. P. D. O’Donoghue, “Grants of arms in the early eighteenth century”, The Coat of Arms 3rd ser. 3 (2007), pp. 145-57.
  • P. P. O’Shea, entry on Major-General Sir Alfred William Robin (1860-1935) in The Dictionary of New Zealand Biography, vol. 3: 1901-1920 (Auckland: Auckland University Press and the Department of Internal Affairs).
  • P. P. O’Shea, entries on ‘Victoria Cross’, ‘New Zealand Cross’, ‘George Cross’ and ‘Honours and Awards’ in The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Military History, ed. I. McGibbon (Oxford and Auckland: Oxford University Press, 2000).
  • J. M. Robinson, entries in The Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004), as follows: Wyatt, Benjamin Dean (bap. 1775, d. 1855); Wyatt, James (1746-1813); Wyatt, Matthew Cotes (1777-1862); Wyatt, Sir Matthew Digby (1820-877); Wyatt, Richard James (1795-1850); Wyatt, Samuel (1737-1807); Wyatt, Thomas Henry (1807-1880).
  • D. V. White, “Heralds and their clients – the arms of Nelson”, The Coat of Arms n.s. 12 (1997-8), no. 182, pp. 223-238.
  • D. V. White, “Some 19th century Sunderland grantees of arms”, Antiquities of Sunderland 36 (= Sunderland’s History 9) (2000), pp. 90-109.
  • D. V. White, “Early New Zealand grantees of arms”, Perth Congress 2000. 9th Australasian Congress on Genealogy and Heraldry 27 September – 1 October 2000. Congress Proceedings (Perth: Australasian Federation of Family History Organisations Inc. and Western Australian Genealogical Society Inc., 2000), vol. 2, pp. 283-292.
  • D. V. White, entries on Brooke, John Charles (1748-1794), and Heard, Sir Isaac (1730-1822), in The Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004).
  • T. Woodcock, “Baronies by writ and the Barony of Grey of Codnor, its history and the investigations involved in having it called out of abeyance”, in Debrett’s Peerage and Baronetage, edd. Charles Kidd and David Williamson (London: Debrett’s Peerage Ltd. and Macmillan, 1995), pp. 5-16.
  • T. Woodcock, “Different forms of inheritance of titles of honour and Lord Archer’s proposed change to the descent of the Crown”, in Burke’s Peerage & Baronetage 106th edn., ed. Charles Mosley (Crans: Burke’s Peerage (Genealogical Books) Ltd., 1999), pp. xliv-xlvii.
  • T. Woodcock, entries in The Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004), as follows: Beltz, George Frederick (1774-1871); Burke, Sir (John) Bernard (1814-1892); Burke, John (1786-1848); Courthope, William (1807-1866); Dalton, Lawrence (d. 1561); Guillim, John (1550-1621); Lant, Thomas (1554/5-1600/01); Le Neve, Peter (1661-1729); Lilly, Henry (1588/9-1638); Marshall, George William (1839-1905); Nayler, Sir George (bap. 1764, d. 1831); Philipot, John (c.1589-1645); St George, Sir Henry (1581-1644); St George, Sir Richard (1554/5-1635); Warburton, John (1682-1759); Woods, Sir Albert William (1816-1904); Young, Sir Charles George (1795-1869).

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