Funeral hatchments of John Jermy - on wall at the west end of the south aisle

Dexter background black.
Qly of six, 1, Argent a lion rampant guardant gules (Jermy), 2, Per pale or and vert a lion rampant gules (Bigod), 3, Azure a bend between six martlets or (Mountenay), 4, Argent three lions rampant and a chief gules (Yelverton), 5, Qly gules and argent (Cock), 6, Argent three picks sable (Chare), impaling, Gules three cross-crosslets in bend or (Wrench).

To dexter of main shield, Jermy, impaling, Qly, 1 and 4, Argent three bars and a canton gules (Fuller), 2 and 3, Or fretty sable and a chief azure three molets or (-----).

To sinister of main shield, Jermy, in pretence, Qly, 1 and 4, Argent a stork sable beaked and legged gules (Starkey), 2 and 3, Azure a fess nebuly ermine between three crescents argent (Weld).

Crest: A griffin wings elevated gules.

Mantling: Gules and argent.

Motto: Splendidum insigne virtus.

For John Jermy of Bayfield, who married 1st, Mary, daughter of Samuel Fuller, and 2nd, Mary, daughter and heiress of the Rev. William Starkey, and 3rd, mary, daughter and co-heiress of Sir Benjamin Wrench. He died 25th October 1744.

Ref: Summers, P. (Ed). 1976. Hatchments in Britian v2: Norfolk and Suffolk. London. Phillimore.

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