[A quotation from "Stained Glass in Somerset" reads:]
"DODINGTON HALL. The Great Hall. 1 Sable, three bugle horns stringed argent, for Dodington, impaling Sable, a bend or between six fountains, for Stourton. 2. Gules, crusilly fitchee a lion rampant argent, for Warre, impaling a coat now lost and made up with fragments of fifteenth-century glass. Date C. 1450.
Coloured drawings of this glass in the Braikenridge Collection in Taunton castle show that it was originally in the church. They show also that the Dodington and Stourton arms are parts of two different shields.
Room off the Great Hall. 1. Dodington. 2. Or, on a bend sable three pikes argent, for Hewish. John, son and heir of John Dodington, is said to have married Elizabeth, daughter of Oliver Hewish of Doniford, c. 1485. The shields are of about this date. The Hewish family of Doniford more usually shows Argent, on a bend sable three pikes of the field, but here the field is stained yellow."