(Aldenham, co. Salop). Gu. two lions pass. ar. betw. nine crosses crosslet fitchee or. Crest—Within a wreath ar. and gu. a human leg and thigh in armour ppr. garnished or. couped and dropping blood.
(Bockleton, co. Worcester). Same as preceding with a mullet for difference.
(Acton Hall, Ombersley). Visit. 1634, has the chev. or. Gu. a chev. betw. three cinquefoils ar.
(Worcester). Gu. a fesse and bordure both engr. erm. in chief a chaplet ppr.
Gu. a bordure engr. erm.
Per fesse indented ar. and az. Crest—A pine tree leaved vert fructed or.
Quarterly, per fesse indented ar. and gu. on a bend az. three crosses formee fitchtee or.
Gu. a cross or, within a bordure engr. erm.
Or, three bars vair.
(Cheshire, two distinct male branches of Hellesley). Az. a chev. between three mullets or (another without the chev.).
Ar. three piles wavy gu.
(Cheshire). Gu. a fesse erm. in chief and in base a lion pass. ar. betw. two crosses crosslet or. Crest—A demi lion ramp. guard. ar. grasping a spear or, enfiled with a boar's head sa. couped gu.
(Gloucester). Gyronny of eight ar. and gu.
The same; adding in the second quarter a cross pattee ar. charged with five escallops gu.
Gu. crusilee of crosses crosslet fitchee or, two lions pass. ar.
Quarterly, ar. and gu. in chief an annulet counterchanged, on a bend az. three crosses pattee fitchtee or.
(Cheshire). Ar. a chev. gu.
(Leicestershire). Quarterly, per fesse indented ar. and az.
(London). Quarterly, per fesse indented ar. and gu. in the first quarter a Cornish chough aa.
(Ripford). Ar. a fesse within a bord. engr. erm.
(Shropshire). Quarterly, per fesse indented ar. and gu. in the first a bordure sa.
(Warwickshire). Gu. a fesse within a bordure erm.
(Worcestershire. The Sutton branch terminated with an heiress, Joice Acton, m. to Sir Thomas Lucy, of Charlecote, but its male representation vested in William Joseph Acton, of Wolverton, Esq.). Motto—Vaillance avance l’homme. Gu. a fesse erm. within a bordure engr. of the second. Crest—An arm in armour embowed ppr. holding in the hand a sword ar. hilt or, thereon a boar’s head couped sa. the neck distilling blood.