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Arms of Dyneley, of Bramhope, co. York

Argent, a fess, and in chief three mullets Sable.

Source: College of Arms MS. Norfolk 4, page 138.

Joseph Foster, on the other hand, provided the following blazon:

Argent, a fess, and in chief three mullets Sable, the middlemost pierced of the field.

Source: Joseph Foster, Pedigrees of the County Families of Yorkshire (1874), volume 1, "Pedigree of Dyneley, of Bramhope."


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