Stones. These are very seldom found separately. Two remarkable cases of cranes holding a stone by their feet are given under Crane. The stones in walls are represented by Masoning. They flag-stones are found in the insignia of the PAVIOURS' Company; and a marble-stone will be found in the singular coat of arms given under Sengreen. Tombstones and Millstones will be found under their several headings; while the Star-stone is only another name for a Shot(q.v.) of a particular sort, and gun-stone for Pellet(q.v.). Also used with a balista. See Sling. As regards the flint-stone, it is supposed by some to mean a shot, but most probably it is simply a flint which is intended.
Argent, three wall-stones[? bricks] in pale or--BRICKLEY.
Or, a chevron quarterly azure and gules between three flint-stones of the last--STONE, co. Gloucester.
Vert, three flint-stones argent--FLINT.