Name: Henry de Apuldrefield
LVG: 1192 1
Note: 2 1|
Change Date: 8 MAY 2006
Both he and his son were living in 1191.
Henry de Apulderfield, of Apulderfield, in Cowdham, who, with his son Henry, were, with other Kentish gentlemen, with Richard I. at the siege of Acon, in Palestine, where, on account of their bravery, they had granted to them an augmentation to their arms, which they and their descendants continued afterwards to bear, viz Sable, a cross, or, voided of the field, their original arms being, Ermine, a fess vaire, or, and gules.
- Henry de Apuldrefield
- Type: Book
Periodical: History of Kent
Page: Hundred of Teynham
- Text: Some Account of the Manor of Apuldrefield, in the Parish of Cudham, Kent
By G Steinman Steinman, Esq FSA
Topographer and Genealogist, Volume 3, 1858
Pages: 1-21, 178-222