BURVILLE Coat-of-Arms





This coat-of-arms to vicar Henry BURVILL, can be found on his burial memorial in the church at West Peckham, Kent. As Henry married into the family, the shield is "part per pale" with the CHARLTON coat-of-arms. Edward HASTED, in his History of Kent, describes the BURVILL coat-of-arms as:


Argent, a chevron between three oak leaves erect, vert




Whilst that for the CHARLTON family is described as:


Or, a lion rampant gules




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