Cronel, or Coronel, (old fr. burre: see Harl. MS. 1392): the head of a jousting-lance, somewhat resembling a crown, whence its name.
Argent, a bend between three cronels sable.--CORNALL, or CROWNALL.
Argent, a chevron engrailed between three coronels sable--BYKELEY. [But in the arms of another branch of the family blazoned ducal coronets.]
Ermine, in a fesse gules, three cronels or--CROMWELL.
Azure, a chevron between three coronels or--SCOPLEY, Middlesex.