MITCHELL ARMS

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Officially Recorded in Scotland

Arms
Armiger
Blazon
Source

MITCHELL

Sable a fess between six mascles Or

aliter

Sable a fess between three mascles Argent

Alexander Nisbet's A System of Heraldry 1722
MITCHELL OF BERRIE
(WESTSHORE)

Sable a fess between three mascles Or within a bordure chequy of the second and first. Sir James Balfour Paul's Scottish Ordinary.

1672-7

MITCHELL OF LANDATH

Sable a fess engrailed between three mascles Or. Sir James Balfour Paul's Scottish Ordinary.

1672-7

1)MITCHELL OF TILLIGRIGE

2) MITCHELL OF THAINSTOUN

Sable a fess wavy between three mascles Or. Sir James Balfour Paul's Scottish Ordinary.

1)1672-7
2)1766

MITCHELL OF WESTER NEWBIRNIE

Sable a fess invected between three mascles Or. Sir James Balfour Paul's Scottish Ordinary.

1672-7

MITCHELL OF CRAIGEND

Sable a fess between three mascles Or in chief a dagger erected point upwards proper with in a bordure Argent charged with eight cinquefoils Gules. Sir James Balfour Paul's Scottish Ordinary.

1719

MITCHELL OF ALDERSTON

Sable a chevron between three mascles Or. Sir James Balfour Paul's Scottish Ordinary.

1722

Vice-Admiral William MITCHELL

Sable a fess wavy erminois in chief a naval crown Or between two mascles Argent in base an anchor in pale of the third. Sir James Balfour Paul's Scottish Ordinary.

1814

1) MITCHELL-INNES
of Parsons Green
2) Alexander Harold
MITCHELL-INNES
b. 1870
Quarterly 1st & 4th Argent three mullets of six points Gules within a bordure Gules charged with eight besants 2nd & 3rd Sable on a fess between three mascles Or three mullets Gules. 1) Sir James Balfour Paul's Scottish Ordinary.
1840
2) A C Fox-Davies' Armorial Families
1902
1929
James Scott MITCHELL
Sydney

Sable on a bend between three mascles two in chief and one in base Or a dove with an olive branch in its beak proper between a mullet and crescent Azure. Sir James Balfour Paul's Scottish Ordinary.

1860

1) MITCHELL OF STOW

2) Captain Alexander Ian MITCHELL OF STOW

Quarterly 1st & 4th Sable on a fess between three mascles Or a star of six points wavy Azure 2nd & 3rd Argent a chevron wavy between three mullets of six points also wavy Azure. 1) Sir James Balfour Paul's Scottish Ordinary.
1866
2) An Ordinary of Arms
Volume II 1902-1973
6th November 1919 24/26
William MITCHELL-CARUTHERS

Quarterly 1st & 4th Gules two chevronels engrailed between three fleurs de lys Or 2nd & 3rd Sable a fess counter-embattled Argent between three mascles Or. 1)Sir James Balfour Paul's Scottish Ordinary.
1876
2) A C Fox-Davies' Armorial Families
1902
1929
James William MITCHELL
Rothesay Herald & Lyon Clerk Depute

Sable a fess invected in chief an annulet between two mascles and in base a mascle between two annulets Or within a bordure chequy of the last and first. Sir James Balfour Paul's Scottish Ordinary.

1886

Sir James William MITCHELL OF WESTSHORE Bart
Rothesay Herald

Sable a fess between three mascles Or within a bordure chequy of the last and first. Sir James Balfour Paul's Scottish Ordinary.

1896

Alexander
MITCHELL
of Carnock
Sable thirteeen mascles crossways seven in pale and in the first quarter a portcullis chains pendent Or. An Ordinary of Arms
Volume II 1902-1973
6th October 1903 17/54
Major Stephen
MITCHELL
of Gilkerscleuch
Per fess Sable and Or in chief two mascles of the last and in base a greyhound salient of the first. An Ordinary of Arms
Volume II 1902-1973
10th December 1923 26/8
Robert Clare
MITCHELL

Sable on a fess between three mascles Or a saltire couped Azure between two hand-grenades inflamed Gules. An Ordinary of Arms
Volume II 1902-1973
29th January 1924 26/22
Robert Armstrong
MITCHELL

Sable a fess masculy interlaced between a garland of wheat and barley in chief and in base two battle axes addorsed all Or. An Ordinary of Arms
Volume II 1902-1973
8th February 1924 26/23
1) Sir Mitchell
MITCHELL-THOMSON Bt
2) Sir William Lowson
MITCHELL-THOMSON Bt
Baron Selsdon

Per pale Argent and Gules a stag's head caboshed between three mascles all counterchanged the escutcheon being charged with the badge of Ulster as a Baronet. 1)A C Fox-Davies' Armorial Families
1902
2) An Ordinary of Arms
Volume II 1902-1973
1st February 1932 30/21
James Murray Duff
MITCHELL

Sable a fess dancetee Ermine between a stag's head cabossed accompanied by two mascles in chief and in base a galley sail furled Or flagged Gules. An Ordinary of Arms
Volume II 1902-1973
17th January 1935 31/34

Ian Gilbert MITCHELL-INNES OF STOW

1)Quarterly 1st Argent a chevron wavy between three stars of six points wavy Azure (for Innes of Stow) 2nd & 3rd Sable on a fess between three mascles Or as many mullets Gules (for Mitchell) 4th Argent three mullets Azure all within a bordure Gules charged with as many bezants (for Innes).
2)Quarterly 1st & 4th Argent a chevron wavy between three stars of six points wavy Azure (for Innes of Stow) 2nd & 3rd Sable on a fess between three mascles Or as many mullets Gules (for Mitchell).
An Ordinary of Arms
Volume II 1902-1973
1) 3rd September 1936 32/25
2) 28th February 1962
Sir Harold Paton
MITCHELL of TULLIALLAN Bt

Sable nine mascles in cross and in the first quarter a portcullis chains pendent Or in dexter canton a sinister hand appaumee Gules. An Ordinary of Arms
Volume II 1902-1973
31st July 1947 36/62
Alec Maskell
MITCHELL

Sable nine mascles in cross and in the first quarter a portcullis chains pendent Or and in the fourth quarter a lymphad under full sail of the last for difference. An Ordinary of Arms
Volume II 1902-1973
14th December 1948 37/38
Andrew
MITCHELL

Sable two bezants each charged with a rose Gules barbed and seeded Vert in fess between three mascles in chief and in base Or. An Ordinary of Arms
Volume II 1902-1973
22nd April 1949 37/71
Major Alexander thomas McLeod
MITCHELL-INNES

Quarterly 1st Argent a chevron wavy between three mullets Azure (for Innes of Stow) 2nd & 3rd Sable on a fess between three mascles Or as many mullets Gules (for Mitchell) 4th Argent three mullets Azure all within a bordure Gules charged with as many bezants (for Innes). at the fess point of the escutcheon a crescent Or for difference. An Ordinary of Arms
Volume II 1902-1973
2nd November 1951 38/112
Lt Colin
MITCHELL

Sable a boar's head couped Or armed Gules and langued Vert in chief three mascles of the second. An Ordinary of Arms
Volume II 1902-1973
14th May 1952 38/160
Sylvester
MITCHELL

Sable on a fess dovetailed Or between six mascles of the second a millrind of the first. An Ordinary of Arms
Volume II 1902-1973
27th May 1969 52/40
David Allen
MITCHELL
Canada
Sable on a fess Or three mascles of the first accompanied by three cross crosslets fitchee Or in chief within a bordure Or. An Ordinary of Arms
Volume II 1902-1973
15th August 1972 57/25
Robert Wilson
MITCHELL

Or two pickaxes in saltire Sable on a chief of the second three mascles of the field. Lyon Court Register 63/78

Full Achievement
Robert B.
MITCHELL
Sable, on a fess between three mascles two and one Or an ancient cannon facing the sinister Sable. Lyon Court Register Volume 63 Page 44

Full Achievement
Nathaneil
MITCHELL
Resident of the Colony of Pennsylvania before 1783
Per fess Sable and Gules a fess enhanced between two mascles Or in chief and a draft horse statant bridled and harnessed proper in base. Lyon Court Register 12 September 2012

Full Achievement
Norman Curtis
MITCHELL Junior
of Parkersburg, West Virginia
b.1958

Per fess Sable and Gules a fess enhanced between two mascles Or in chief and a draft horse statant bridled and harnessed proper in base within a border Or. Lyon Court Register 12 September 2012

Keith Lawson
MITCHELL


Sable between three mascles Or a trefoil reversed Argent thereon an equilateral triangle Or double-pommelled Argent and voided Sable therein three trefoils conjoined in pairle Vert fimbriated Or. Lyon Court Register Volume 88 Folio 97

Recorded Elsewhere

Arms
Armiger
Blazon
Source/Notes

Patrick MITCHELL
Doctor of Physic

Sable on a fess wavy between three mascles Or a crescent between two estoiles Azure. Confirmed by Hawkins, Ulster
1734
(Burke's General Armory;
1888)

Patrick MITCHELL
of Bordeaux

Azure a chevron between three leopards' faces Or. Allowed by Mac Culloch, Ulster
1760
(Burke's General Armory;
1888)

Pierrepoint Oliver MITCHELL
of Cork

Sable on a fess between three mascles Or as many trefoils Vert. Granted by Betham, Ulster

(Burke's General Armory;
1888)

Fanny MITCHELL
of Cork
only child of Thomas William O'Brien Mitchell

Argent three trefoils slipped chevronways Vert within two chevronels between as many mascles Azure. Granted by Betham, Ulster

(Burke's General Armory;
1888)
Edward Charles MITCHELL
Sable a fess invected in chief an annulet between two mascles and in base a mascle between two annulets Or within a bordure chequy of the last and first and for distinction charged upon the fess a crescent of the field. A C Fox-Davies' Armorial Families
1902
1929
Rev John Francis MITCHELL
Sable a fess invected in chief an annulet between two mascles and in base a mascle between two annulets Or within a bordure chequy of the last and first a mullet for distinction. A C Fox-Davies' Armorial Families
1902
Isabella Boyd
MITCHELL
Sable a fess invected in chief an annulet between two mascles and in base a mascle between two annulets Or. A C Fox-Davies' Armorial Families
1902
Richard Blunt
MITCHELL JP
New South Wales, Australia

Sable a fess between three mascles Or in chief a dagger erected point upwards proper with in a bordure Argent charged with eight cinquefoils Gules. A C Fox-Davies' Armorial Families
1902
Fox-Davies notes that these Arms were not matriculated in Scotland
Darryl Francis Nestor
MITCHELL
Sable, in chief two mullets of eight points and in base a housemark consisting of two Arabic numerals 4 fesswise conjoined in pale, the upper one reversed Or. South African Bureau of Heraldry
H4/3/4/53 16th June 1972

Full Achievement
Robert B.
MITCHELL
Sable, on a fess between three mascles two and one Or an ancient cannon facing the sinister Sable. Canadian Heraldic Authority
30 November 1990

Full Achievement
Gary Allan
MITCHELL
Gules fretty semé of billets Argent and keys Or. Canadian Heraldic Authority
December 15, 2004
Vol. IV, p. 417

Recorded in England

Arms
Armiger
Blazon
Source/Notes
Admiral Sir Andrew
MITCHELL
d.1806

Sable a fesse Argent in chief a slip of oak fructed between two mascles and in base an anchor erect cable Or a border chequy of the field and of the last. Harleian Society's Grantees of Arms;
1800 Arms and Supporters Vol XXI fol 7
Burke's General Armory;
1888

MITCHELL of ENDERBY HALL

Or a chevron engrailed between two mascles in chief and a ducal crown in base Gules. Harleian Society's Grantees of Arms;
1839? Vol XLIII fol 338
Burke's General Armory;
1888
Charles MITCHELL
of Jesmond Towers
Sable on a bend wavy Or between two maxcles of the last as many mascles of the field. Harleian Society's Grantees of Arms;
1888 Arms Vol LXIV fol 140
A C Fox-Davies' Armorial Families
1902
1929
Henry Digby PARRY-MITCHELL
The Gate House, Merevale, Atherstone, Warwickshire.
Quarterly 1st and 4th per saltire Argent and Azure a fret couped between two boars passant in pale and as many anchors in fesse all counterchanged (for Mitchell) 2nd and 3rd per fesse Argent and Azure a fesse between two lozenges in chief and a cross moline in base, all counterchanged (for Parry). a) Harleian Society's Grantees of Arms;
1889 Vol LXV fol 106
b) A C Fox-Davies' Armorial Families
1929
1) Sir Henry
MITCHELL
b.1824 d.1898
2) Henry
MITCHELL
b.1857
Per fesse Sable and Gules a fesse indented between two mascles in chief and a bugle-horn stringed in base all Or. 1) Harleian Society's Grantees of Arms;
1890 Vol LXV fol 277
2)A C Fox-Davies' Armorial Families
1929
Frank Johnstone MITCHELL
of Llanfretcha Grange, Monmouth
b. 1824 d.1913
Sable on a chevron raguly plain cotised Or betwen four escallops two in chief and as many in base Argent a woolpack proper. Harleian Society's Grantees of Arms;
1894 Vol LXVII fol 300
A C Fox-Davies' Armorial Families
1902 & 1905

Eldest son of Francis Henry Mitchell

Richard Oliver
MITCHELL
Argent three piles cojoined one issuant from dexter chief Azure one issuant from sinister chief Gules and one issuant from base Sable between three chess-rooks that in chief Sable that in dexter Gules and that in sinister Azure. A C Fox-Davies' Armorial Families
1929
(Herald's College 7th July 1920)
Edward William
MITCHELL
Per chevron Gules and Sable in chief two mascles and in base a rose Or on a chief dancetty of the third two fleurs-de-lys of the second. A C Fox-Davies' Armorial Families
1929
(Herald's College)
Sir William Lane
MITCHELL
b.1861
Argent a chevron Sable between in chief two garbs and in base a cinquefoil Gules. A C Fox-Davies' Armorial Families
1929
(Herald's College)
Andrew Alexander
MITCHELL
of Spalding, Lincolnshire
Argent a Pair of Manacles in pale between two Flaunches Sable each charged with a demi Fleur de Lys palewise issuing from the flank Or. College of Arms
9 August 2013
Grants 177/169

Noted Elsewhere

Arms
Armiger
Blazon
Source/Notes
MITCHELL

Parted per pale Or and Gules, a fess between three mascles all counterchanged. from Porteus

Valid English Arms with incomplete details

Armiger
Location
Source/Notes

MITCHELL

of Hook?Harleian Society's Grantees of Arms;
1810 Vol XXVI fol 5

MITCHELL

of London; Medlock Bank nr Manchester, co Lanc; Riga, Russia and Gottenburg, in SwedenHarleian Society's Grantees of Arms;
1810 Vol XXVI fol 148

MITCHELL

of Clapham and Camberwell, co. SurreyHarleian Society's Grantees of Arms;
1852 Vol L fol 187

MITCHELL

of Sheffield co. YorkHarleian Society's Grantees of Arms;
1862 Vol LIV fol 246

MITCHELL-WITHERS

of Sheffield co. YorkHarleian Society's Grantees of Arms;
1862 Vol LIV fol 248

MITCHELL

of Bolton Hall, Doncaster co. YorkHarleian Society's Grantees of Arms;
1872 Vol LVIII fol 188