Three tracings, Fig 6 bears the arms of Folyjambe sable a bend between three escallops or. Fig 7 bears the arms of Breton, argent a chevron, between three escallops gules; the family of the Bretons were settled at Walton, near Chesterfield, for several generations; but the male branch became extinct in the early part of the 14th century, when the heiress married Sir John Loudham; the co-heiress of whom, by marriage about AD 1392, brought the estates in moities to the Folyjambes and Beckerings; the Folyjambes eventually became possessed of the whole of the estates of the Bretons and Loudhams. In the church of Bakewell is a fine monument to Sir Godfrey Folyjambe. Fig 8 is restored from a fragment bearing two dragons combatant, placed diagonally on the tile. Fig. 9 see Repton Pate XLI Fig 1 a four tile design. Fig 10 see Repton Plate XLI Fig 3 a four tile design. The tiles themselves for the most part are now preserved in the porch of the church where they have been placed by the direction of Mr. F Barker. From which the engravings are made (L. Jewitt).