John Edenzor TITTERTON

Armsgules, on a cross raguly argent three Stafford knots in fess sable
CrestStatant within a horseshoe reversed gules a Light Sussex Cock proper

The cross raguly is taken from the arms of medieval Tydrington family of Cheshire Mr Titterton’s home was a farm near Stafford represented by the Stafford knots and the Light Sussex Cock which the farm specialised in. The horseshoe of the crest is taken from the arms of the Edensor family with which Mr Titterton is also connected. They lived in Derbyshire and had links with the Ferrers family.

Granted5th March 1992 (College of Arms)
AgentPeter Gwyn-Jones (Lancaster Herald)
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