Wotton Arms. , a engrailed sable. Source.
Hay. three gules. Source.
Eyre. , a .
Parr. , two bars azure a sable. Source.
West. , a sable. Source.
Ford. , a wolf salient sable.
León. , a .
Yorke. on a azure a . Source.
Clere. on a azure, three eagles or. Source.
Lygon. , two gules.
Booth. , three heads erect sable. Source.
Finch. , a between three passant sable. Source.
Lucas. , a between six gules.
Byron. , bendlets enhanced gules. Source.
Tosny. , a . Source.
Carey. , a , three of the first. Source.
Watson. , on a azure between three sable as many crescents or. Source.
Boleyn. , a between three heads afrontée. Source.
Lennox. , a between four gules. Source.
Savage. , six . Source.
Davers. , a three or. Source.
Bertie. , three , barwise in pale proper, armed and garnished azure. Source.
Dawnay. on a sable three of the field. Source.
Savile. , a three owls of the same. Source.
Knyvet. , a bend sable a bordure engrailed of the last. Source.
Brosse. , three garbs or. Source.
Ashley. three passant sable, or.
Leslie. , on a three or. Source.
Vernon. , sable. Source.
Paston. six fleurs de lis three two and one azure a chief indented or. Source.
Dillon. , a gules. Source.
Mansel. , a between three maunches. Source.
Multon. , three bars. Source.
Lumley. a between three vert, collared of the second. Source.
Temple. two bars sable each charged with three or.
Fermor. , a sable between gules. Source.
Dundas. , a . Source.
Acheson. , a double-headed sable, or, on a vert, or. Source.
St John. , a two estoiles or. Source.
Egerton. , a between three pheons sable. Source.
Spencer. Quarterly 1&4: , 2&3: , a or, over all a .
Worsley. , a . Source.
Maxwell. , a two headed sable gules on an argent a sable charged with a hedgehog or. Source.
Burnell. , a , a . Source.
Newport. , a between sable. Source.
Pollard. , a between three gules.
Strange. , two in gules. Source.
Gresham. , a between pierced sable.
Stanley. , a caboshed or. Source.
Tiptoft. , a engrailed gules.
Avenell. , a between five gules. Modified from source.
Catesby. , two sable crowned or. Source.
Clement. , two bendlets wavy sable on a gules or a or and azure. Source.
Russell. , .
Hampden. , a gules between four eagles azure. Source.
Tennant. , two crescents in sable on a a head couped of the first. Source.
Tempest. , a between six sable. Source.
Saluzzo. , a . Source.
Clinton. , six cross crosslets fitchée sable three two and one on a or pierced gules. Source.
Montagu. , three fusils conjoined in . Source.
Cockayne. , three gules with legs, beaks, etc. sable. Source.
Pulteney. , a gules in chief sable. Source.
Belasyse. a between three azure. Source.
Perceval. , a gules three of the field. Source.
Slanning. , two pales engrailed gules over all on a three heads or.
Trefusis. , a between three spindles sable. Source.
Villiers. , on a five escallops. Source.
Furnival. , a six gules. Source.
Mordaunt. , a between three estoiles sable. Source.
Dashwood. , a fess gules.
Blackett. a three argent between three mullets sable. Source.
Portugal. , in azure each charged with ten plates. Source.
Devereux. , a in chief. Source.
Tailboys. , a gules in three argent. Source.
Littleton. , a between three sable. Source.
Killigrew. , an with two heads sable a of the second bezantée. The bezantée bordure indicates a connection to the ancient Earls of Cornwall. Source.
Luxemburg. a , or. Source.
Radclyffe. , a sable. Source.
Conyngham. , a shake-fork between , sable. Source.
Wingfield. , a three of the field. Source.
Beresford. , fitchée sable, three within a of the second.
Brudenell. , a between three morion caps azure pointed to the sinister. Source.
Cranfield. , in pale three argent. Source.
Woodville. , a and a conjoined gules. Source.
Babington. , ten in a azure. Source.
Trelawney. , a .
Bourchier. , argent a gules between four sable. Source.
Stapleton. , a . Source.
Culpepper. , a gules. Source.
Despencer. Quarterly 1&4: , 2&3: , a or, over all a .
Lyttleton. , a between three sable. Source.
Jerningham. , three gules. Source.
Badlesmere. , a between two gules.
De La Mere. .
Fitzgerald. , a #saltire gules. Source.
Tollemache. , a sable.
Harrington. , sable.
Bowes Lyon. Quarterly 1&4 a azure, gules within a counter-flory of the second (for Lyon); 2&3 ermine three bows stringed palewise in fess proper (for Bowes).
Fitzherbert. , a or and gules a . Source.
Pierrepoint. , of cinquefoils gules, a . Source.
Lord Douglas. , on a of the first.
Drake of Ash. , a and gules. Source.
Baron Annaly. , on a gules, between three of the last, a or. Source.
Portugal 1481. , in azure each charged with five plates in charged with seven golden triple-towered . Source.
Portugal 1385. , in azure each charged with five plates in charged with ten golden triple-towered and four in cross vert. Source.
Duke Montrose. Quarterly, 1&4 2&3 three gules (Montrose).
Chaucer Modern. , a overall a or.
St John Mildmay. , three . Source.