Arms Granted to John Ketyng/Keting/Keating- circa 1431

Some seals containing Keating Arms that I found in two years of the Catalogue of Seals in the Department of Manuscripts in the British Museum.

Read on for the descriptions.

From: Catalogue of Seals in the Department of Manuscripts in the British Museum, By British Museum Dept. of Manuscripts, Walter de Gray Birch, Published 1894. Printed by order of the trustees. p. 155.

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John Ketyng, Steward of the Liberty of Weys [(?) Wexford], &c., in Ireland, and Sheriff of Cork.

11,607. [A.D. 1431.] Red: injured by pressure, very indistinct. About 3/4 in. [Harl. ch. 52 E. 14.]

A shield of arms: a saltire betw. four uncertain charges. Above the shield an illegible shield or motto.

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From: Catalogue of Seals in the Department of Manuscripts in the British Museum, By British Museum Dept. of Manuscripts, Walter de Gray Birch, Published 1895. Printed by order of the trustees. p. 724.

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John Ketyng, Steward of the Liberty of Wexford and Sheriff of Cork17,404. [A.D. 1431.] Brown: very indistinct. 11/16 in. [Harl. ch. 52 E. 14.]

A shield of arms: a saltire betw. four leaves, KEATING.
Legend in the field above: —
Keting.

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