Bend is in Ordinaries.
On 03 Sep 1386 Owain Glyndŵr (27) gave evidence at the Church of John the Baptist Chester.
The Court decided in favour of Scrope.
Neither party was happy with the decision so King Richard II (22) was called upon to give his personal verdict.
On 27 May 1390 he confirmed that Grosvenor could not bear the undifferenced arms.
As a consequence of the case the Grosvenor has for many years used the name Bendor for horses and nicknames.