John de Segrave
John took part in the Welsh campaigns against Llewellyn in 1277.
He served in the wars against the Scots, fighting at the Battle of Falkirk, 1298, and he was present at the siege of Caerlaverock, 1300.
As an aside, he was commanded in 1309 to arrest the remaining Templars still at large in Scotland.
He died in 1325.
John appears in The Falkirk Roll, H7; The Caerlaverock Poem, K16 & The Galloway Roll, GA37, where he bears
Sable a lion rampant argent crowned or
His son Stephen de Segrave, who also died in 1325, bore, in The Stirling Roll, ST38,
sable a lion rampant argent crowned or charged on the shoulder with a fleur de lis gules
John's younger brother Nicholas de Segrave, appears in The Falkirk Roll, H11, The Caerlaverock Poem, K15, & The Stirling Roll, ST7, where he bears the arms with a label.
Henry de Segrave, who died in 1315, bears sable a lion rampant argent crowned or overall a bendlet gules in The Stirling Roll, ST6,
and his brother
Simon de Segrave, bears sable a lion rampant argent crowned or overall a bendlet of the third in The Stirling Roll, ST8.
Originally the arms of Segrave were sable three garbs argent, the differenced arms of the Earls Chester, from whom the family held Segrave.
Gilbert de Segrave, who died in 1254, bears these arms in Glovers Roll, B176.
The garbs are also borne by Nicholas de Segrave, died 1295, in The Camden Roll, D114 & St George's Roll, E50. and by Geoffrey de Segrave, date of death unknown, in Walford's Roll, C98.
Later, the Segraves abandoned the differenced arms and took the lion, using the same tinctures. John appears to have been the first to have done so.