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John le Vavasour.svg|169. John le Vavasour<br><span style="font-size:88%; line-height: 1.3em;">Lord of Draughton and Sharlston<br>''johan le vavaseur''</span><!-- Cadet branch --><!-- Not sure who and why identified this person as "Lord of Draughton and Sharlston", but this person is most likely (more than likely in fact) the same person identified as John le Vavasour of Askwith, progenitor of the Vavasour branch of Weston -->
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John le Vavasour.svg|169. John le Vavasour<br><span style="font-size:88%; line-height: 1.3em;">Lord of Draughton and Sharlston<br>''johan le vavaseur''</span><!-- Cadet branch // Not sure who and why identified this person as "Lord of Draughton and Sharlston", but this person is most likely (more than likely in fact) the same person identified as John le Vavasour of Askwith, progenitor of the Vavasour branch of Weston // The id is from Brault, RAE vol.2 - From what I could find, the line in Denton & Askwith has at least three succ. Mauger at the time, Mauger senior who also held Draughton near Skipton is dead around the time of the roll and survived by his widow Alice Revell and his heir Mauger (II). John represented here would the younger brother of Mauger II and the father of John, "son of John le V. of Askwith" who married the daughter of William de Stopham of Weston (William and his son & heir William are still alive in 1317, Mauger le V. of Aswkith is a witness in same act). -->
 
Herbert Fitz-Matthew.svg|170. Matthew FitzJohn<br><span style="font-size:88%; line-height: 1.3em;">Lord of Stokenham and Pyworthy<br>''mahu fitz johan''</span><!-- Also FitzMatthew, FitzHerbert - Devonshire -->
 
Herbert Fitz-Matthew.svg|170. Matthew FitzJohn<br><span style="font-size:88%; line-height: 1.3em;">Lord of Stokenham and Pyworthy<br>''mahu fitz johan''</span><!-- Also FitzMatthew, FitzHerbert - Devonshire -->
 
William Martin Segar.svg|171. William Martin<br><span style="font-size:88%; line-height: 1.3em;">Lord of Combe, Kemeys and Marwood<br>''will martin''</span><!-- baron 1295 d. 1324 FitzMartin, Devonshire -->
 
William Martin Segar.svg|171. William Martin<br><span style="font-size:88%; line-height: 1.3em;">Lord of Combe, Kemeys and Marwood<br>''will martin''</span><!-- baron 1295 d. 1324 FitzMartin, Devonshire -->

Revision as of 12:55, 8 March 2019

Segar's Roll is an English roll of arms dating to about 1282. The original consisted of 212 shields in 53 rows of 4, with the names of the corresponding kings, princes, nobles, and knights above each shield.