Fleam, Fleme, or Flegme: a form, as shewn in the margin, representing an ancient lancet borne by the Company of BARBER-SURGEONS.
Quarterly first and fourth sable, a chevron between three flemes argent[i.e. arms granted 1452], second and third per pale argent and vert, a spatula in pale argent surmounted of a rose gules charged with another of the first, the first rose regally crowned proper; between the four quarters a cross of S.George gules, charged with a lion passant gardant or--BARBERS' Company, London, [Barbers' Company incorporated, 1461: then Barbers and Surgeons united, 1540; conferred, 1630; union dissolved, 1745].
Ermine, two surgeon's fleams in saltire gules--TYTHERLEY, Hants.
Sable, three fleams argent--RENDACY.
Argent, a chevron gules between three fleams or--CHETHAM, co. Derby.
Gules, two dirks in saltire argent, points downwards, hilts and pomels or, in base a lancet open proper--M'KAILE, Aberdeen.