1) or Crowe - (Brasted, co. Kent). Gu. a chev. or, betw. three dunghill cocks ar. armed of the second. Crest—A camel's head or, vulned in the neck gu.
2) (Bilney, co. Norfolk). Gyronny of eight sa. and or, on a chief of the first two leopards’ faces of the second. Crest—Five arrows sa. feathered ar. four in saltire and one in pale, tied together with a string gu. betw. the arrows a mascle or.
3) (Suffolk). Gu. a chev. betw. three cocks crowing ar.
4) (Fun. Ent. of William Crow, Esq., d. in Dublin 22 June, 1627). Gu. a fess dancettee or, betw. three cocks ar. armed, combed, and wattled of the second.
5) (William Crow, Custos Brevium of the Common Pleas in Ireland, 1607, son of John Crow, Esq., of Brandon, co. Suffolk). Same Arms, a crescent for diff. Crest—A camel's head couped ar. bridled and reined sa.
6) (Dromore House, co. Clare; confirmed to Thomas Crowe, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of that place). Ar. on a mount vert an oak tree ppr. a canton gu. charged with an antique Irish Crown or. Crest—On a mount vert an Irish wolf dog ar. collared gu. Motto—Skagh McEnchroe.
7) (Llanherne, co. Carmarthen, allowed to Gyles Crow, of Brasted, co. Kent, in 1586. Sir Sackville Crowe, of that place, created a bart. in 1627, extinct temp. Queen Anne). Gu. a chev. or, betw. three cocks ar. Crest—A cock ar. combed, wattled, and membered or.