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Some Callaway/Kellaway families were armigerous. The Coats of Arms on this page are photographed in Devon and Dorset. The Arms are described as Argent, four Kelway pears vert between
four grozing irons saltire.
Sometimes the pears are or, gold.
The irons are glazier's tools.
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         The family CoA
Athelhampton House in Dorset has many  windows showing  the family Coat of Arms Richard Martyn, (grandson of William who built Athelhampton) married Elizabeth Kellway  (d. 1584). Wadham
Note the similarity of the family arms to those of the Society of Glaziers, (right).

To find more about the origin of the pears, click here.

The Codrington Memorial in Bristol Cathedral BHKW
Iddesleigh, Devon
Iddesleigh Church, Devon
Dolton Church
These pears look like garlics!

From a window in Sherborne Abbey

Tomb erected in Uffculme church by Wm Walrond in 1633 for his grandfather William Walrond who died in 1627.
The grozing irons look more like spokeshaves

Remains in Godney Church

And in wood. This is a pew-end in Dowland, Devon.
In Dowland the family had become Stafford.
 For more images in Dowland, click here
This memorial is in the church at  Branscombe, Devon.
Note the two husbands, and behind them the "much issue"

To find more about the arms in Exton Church, Rutland, click here.

On a marble tomb in Exton Church, Rutland.
Anne, wife of Thomas Lord Bruce Baron of Kinlosse. Daughter of Sir Robert Chichester, Knight of the Bath, of an antient family in the county of Devon, and of Frances one of the two daughters and co-heirs of John Lord Harrington Baron Exton, sole heir to his mother. Anne died in childbirth, 20 March 1627, aged 22.
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