Lest you think all heraldry is on monuments and in windows, I am adding a few ledger slabs. This one is interesting, with three coats of arms:
Mary Mott, daughter of Robert and Ann Blyford of Burnham Overy. She married first, John Thruston, by whom she had two children, Mary and John; and second, Edmund Mott, Doctor of Physick, having three more children, Edmund, Mary, and John. She died 24May1702, aged 40.
In the centre, On a Bend three Mullets with a Crescent for difference. – BLYFORD; Crest: A demi-Lion rampant. – Blyford.
On the dexter side, Three Buglehorns stringed (Or garnished Azure). – THRUSTON, impaling BLYFORD; Crest: A Heron (Argent). – Thruston of Hoxne.
On the sinister side, Sable) a Crescent (Argent). – MOTT, impaling BLYFORD. Crest: A Mullet of six points. (Mott: A Mullet of eight points Argent.)