The inhabitants of Ash-next-Sandwich in 1705: an index, Journal of the Kent Family History Society 1992; 6 (11): 370-74.
Fourteenth Century ordinaries of arms, part 1: Thomas Jenyns’ Book, Coat of Arms 2006 no 212: 97-102.
The medieval origins of the British system of cadency Coat of Arms 2008 no 215: 21-28.
The origin of the label and the maunch, Coat of Arms 2008 no 216: 159-160.
Fourteenth Century Ordinaries of Arms, part 2: William Jenyns’ Ordinary, Coat of Arms 2009 no 218:55-64.
The Archbishops of Dol and the origins of the Stewarts, Foundations , the Journal of the Foundation for Medieval Genealogy 2009; 3 (1): 61-76. Reprinted in the Journal of the Stewart Society 2010, vol 23 no 3: 249-69.
Striving to succeed in late medieval Canterbury-the life the Thomas Fokys, publican, mayor and alderman c 1460-1535, Archaeologia Cantiana 2009; 129: 209-224.
Sir John Fastolf KG and his cousin Sir John Fastolf, knight, Family History 2010, Vol 25 no 202: 55-64.
King Arthur and his knights, Family History vol 25 no 206, September 2012.
Crusading families and the spread of heraldry, Coat of Arms 2012 no 224 : 59-84.
York Minster and the role of heraldry in obtaining benefactions for the rebuilding of a great cathedral Archives Héraldiques Suisses, Archivum Heraldicum 2013 pt 2, pp 105-108, being the Proceedings of the XVIIth Colloquium of the International Academy of Heraldry (AIH) Fribourg, Switzerland , 2011
Kinship networks, towards a new understanding of the origins of heraldry, Genealogica & Heraldica, Proceedings of the XXXth International Congress of Heraldic and Genealogical Sciences, Maastricht, Netherlands, 24-28th September 2012 (2014) pp 203-214.
The English revolution of 1399 and its influence on heraldic practice, Genealogica & Heraldica, Proceedings of the XXXIst International Congress of Heraldic and Genealogical Sciences, Oslo, Norway 2014, pp 137-150.
Brotherhood in arms Coat of Arms no.235 (2018) pp.63-85.
Dom Anselm Baker (1833-85) heraldic artist with Richard C.F.Baker, Coat of Arms no.235 (2018) pp.110-116.
George Washington and the origin of the arms and flag of the United States Coat of Arms no.236 (2019) pp.60-83.
The arms of the Cistercian Abbeys as illustrated by Dom Anselm Baker, part 2: the south west of England Coat of Arms no.236 (2019) pp.123-143.
A medieval enamel belt or strap fitting and its possible connection with the arms of King Henry II Antiquaries Journal vol 99 ( 2019) pp.95-103.
The Bramall Hall Elizabethan heraldic carpet, with Anthony Bostock, Coat of Arms no.237 (2020) pp.1-22.
Hugh Stanford London (1884-1959) and his Armorial des Héraldistes Coat of Arms no.237 (2020) pp.91-6.
Fenwick’s Roll, a collaborative venture of medieval London clerks Coat of Arms no.237 (2020) pp.124-154.
Heraldic glass at Bruern Abbey in 1574: an interpretation of the record in Richard Lee’s Gatherings of Oxfordshire, with Richard d’Apice, Coat of Arms no.237 (2020) pp.171-89.
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