|Rev John Bridgman LUXMOORE MA|
of Kerslake, Halstock, Meldon Manors and Oakhampton Park
|1) Argent a chevron Sable between three moorcocks proper.
2) Argent Argent a chevron nebuly Sable between in chief two moorcocks proper and in base a fleur-de-lys Azure.
|1)Burke's Landed Gentry 1879|
2)Burke's Landed Gentry 1937
|1) Alan Aylmer LUXMOORE
3)Michael John LUXMOORE
4)Richard Aylmer LUXMOORE
|Argent Argent a chevron nebuly Sable between in chief two moorcocks proper and in base a fleur-de-lys Azure a canton Gules.||1) & 2)Burke's Landed Gentry 1937|
3) & 4) Additional research.
Alan Ayler Wilson married Lucy Luxmoore Dumville Lees, granddaughter of Rev John Bridgman Luxmoore, and assumed by Royal License in 1910 the name & Arms of Luxmoore in place of Wilson
|Charles Frederick Coryndon LUXMOORE|
of Broadwoodwidge and Germansweek
|Argent two chevronels gules between three moorhens close proper all within a bordure nebuly Sable charged with eight bezants of the first.||Burke's Landed Gentry 1937|
|A) William Chave NAINBY-LUXMOORE|
B) Major Chave Charles NAINBY-LUXMOORE
C) Dr Richard Chave NAINBY-LUXMOORE
|Or on a chevron cottised Sa between two martlets in chief of the last and as many oak branches slipped in saltire in base Proper three billets of the first.||i) Harleian Society's Grantees of Arms|
ii) Fox-Davies' Armorial Families 1929
iii) Burke's Landed Gentry 1937
Moorhen artwork from
|Argent Argent a chevron Sable between three moorhens proper.||Burke's General Armory|