Bayntun, William -1785)

William Bayntun was admitted to Gray's Inn 28 May 1746 and called to the bar 26 November 1760, He married the eldest daughter and coheir of Windsor Sandys of Missenden in Gloucestershire. He was a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries . On his death on 22 February 1785 he left his fortune to Edwin Sandys who assumed the name and arms of Bayntun in 1807 and was created a Baronet in 1809. William Bayntun's library was sold at auction in London in June 1787, by W. Ansell of Field Court, Gray's Inn. There is a priced catalogue in the Bodleian Library, Oxford.

Stamp(s) Stamp Information
Bayntun, William (Stamp 1) Arms: Five lozenges in bend (Bayntun)
Impalement: A fess dancetty between three cross crosslets fitchy (Sandys)
Heraldic Charges: cross crosslets (3), Heraldic Charges: fess dancetty between, Heraldic Charges: lozenges (5)
Bayntun, William (Stamp 2) Crest: A griffin's head erased
Heraldic Charges: griffin's head
Crest: A griffin's head erased
Heraldic Charges: griffin's head
Bayntun, William (Stamp 4) Arms: Five lozenges in bend (Bayntun)
Heraldic Charges: lozenges (5)
Crest: A griffin's head erased
Heraldic Charges: griffin's head