(Cropton and Croxall, co. Derby. Visit. London, 1568). Az. on a bend, betw. two lions ramp. ar. three popinjays vert, membered gu. collared or, quartering, vaire or and gu. on a chief sa. three horse shoes ar., and, gu. on a bend ar. three martlets sa. Crest—A cockatrice with wings endorsed and tail nowed gu.
(Kedleston, co. Derby). Ar. on a bend sa. three popinjays or, collared and membered gu. Crest—A popinjay with wings expanded or, beaked, legged, and collared gu.
(Water Perry, co. Oxford, bart., extinct 1750; descended from Walter, younger son of Walter Cobson, Esq. of Kedleston, co. Derby. Visit. Oxon). Same Arms, &c. a mullet for diff.
(Derby). Quarterly, ar. and or, in the 1st and 4th quarters, a martlet sa.; in the 2nd and 3rd, a bend chequy of the 1st and 3rd, cotised of the last.
(cos. Derby and Stafford). Chequy or and sa. a fesse ar.
(Letheringsett, co. Norfolk). Erm. a bend countercompony ar. and sa. Crest—Two arms in armour ppr. couped at the shoulders garnished or, holding a sword fesseways, the hilt in the dexter gauntlet, the point to the sinister.
(Norfolk). Ar. on a bend sa. three doves of the field collared and membered gu.
(Norfolk). Az. a bend chequy or and az. on a chief gu. two lions ramp. of the second.
(Norfolk). Ar. a bend gu. bezantee.
(Suffolk). Ar. on a bend sa. three martlets or.
(Suffolk). Ar. a bend sa. betw. three griffins’ (another, wiverns’) heads erased gu.
Same Arms, adding three martlets on the bend ar.
Az. on a bend betw. two lions ramp. ar. three popinjays vert, beaked, membered, and collared gu. (another, three doves of the field membered gu.).
Ar. on a bend sa. betw. three wiverns’ heada couped gu. langued az. as many popinjays of the first, collared and membered of the third.
Barry of six or and az. semee of fleurs-de-lis over all, six, five, four, three, two, and one, counterchanged.
Erm. a bend chequy ar. and sa.
Ar. on a fesse gu. three wolves’ heads couped, of the field, in chief a mullet of the second.
Gu. billettee on a bend or, three escallops sa.
Ar. a cross counter compony, of the first and sa.
Paly of six, ar. and sa. on a chev. gu. a crosslet or.
Oxfordshire – (Baronet, 30 avril 1661. M. ét. le 28 mai 1750) – D’argent à la bande de sable ch de trois perroquets d’or colletés et membrés de gueules Cimier un perroquet de l’écu essorant