Author:Thomas Willement

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Thomas Willement
British stained glass artist.


  • Regal Heraldry: the Armorial Insignia of the Kings and Queens of England, from Coeval Authorities. London, 1821.
  • Heraldic Notices of Canterbury Cathedral; with Genealogical and Topographical Notes. To Which is Added a Chronological List of the Archbishops of Canterbury, with the Blazon of their Respective Arms. London, 1827.
  • Fac Simile of a Contemporary Roll, with the Names and the Arms of the Sovereign, and of the Spiritual and Temporal Peers who sat in the Parliament held at Westminster AD 1515. London, 1829.
  • A Roll of Arms of the Reign of Richard the Second. London, 1834.
  • A Concise Account of the Principal Works in Stained Glass that have been Executed by Thomas Willement. London, 1840.
  • An Account of the Restorations of the Collegiate Chapel of St George, Windsor. With some Particulars of the Heraldic Ornaments of that Edifice. London, 1844.
  • Historical Sketch of the Parish of Davington, in the County of Kent, and of the Priory there. London, 1862.
  • Heraldic Antiquities: a Collection of Original Drawings of Charges, Arrangements of Early Examples, &c., with Numerous Engravings of Coats of Arms, Fac Similes of Stained Glass, and Tracings of Early Brasses. London, 1865.

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