Stockwell Coat of Arms
Stockwell Family Association
The Stockwell Coat of Arms design is described in Burke's General Armory, as: "Ar. a lion ramp, sa. collared or, on a chef az. a tower triple-towered of the field betw. to bezants, each charged with a cross formee gu." The crest above the shield is described as: "Against the stock of a tree couped and leaved ppr. a lion sajant sa. collared or, holding between the paws a bezant charged as in the arms."
Translation: The shield is silver. The bottom two thirds contains the picture of a black lion with a gold collar in a position of attack. The upper third of the shield is blue and contains the image of a triple-towered structure in silver between two circles, each contains a red cross. The crest includes the stock of a tree with leaves of natural color and a black lion with a gold collar holding a circle in its paws that contains the same kind of red cross that is found on the shield.
According to the International Records of Coat of Arms, Volume England II: