Blazons & Genealogy Notes1) (Baron, of Umberslade, co. Warwick, extinct, 1778). Az. three arrows, two and one, points downwards or. Crest—Out of a mural coronet gu. a dragon’s head ar. Supporters—Two wiverns reguard. ar. murally gorged or. Motto—Sola bona quae honesta.
2) (granted, 1597, by Lee, Clarenceux, to Andrew Archer of Tamworth, and confirmed by the deputies of Camden, Clarenceux, to Sir Symon Archer, knt. of Tamworth, twelfth in descent from John Archer, temp. Edward III., who was fourth in descent from Rorert Sagittarius of Umberslade, temp. Henry II.) Az. three arrows or. Crest—Out of a mural coronet gu. a dragon's head ar.
3) (settled in co. Kilkenny since the reign of King John). Ar. on a chev. gu. betw. three pheons sa. three mullets or.
4) (Capt. J. H. Lawrence-Archer, 1858). Per fess az. and ar. in chief three broad arrows in pale points downwards or, in base a cross raguly gu. charged in the centre with a saltire of the third. Crest—Out of a mural crown or, a wivern's head gu. Motto—Deus salutem disponit.
5) (Cornwall). Sa. a chev. betw. three broad arrows ar. Crest—On a quiver full of arrows lying fesseways a serpent all ppr.
6) (Trelaske, Cornwall). Sa. a chev. engr. ar. betw. three pheons or. Crest—A quiver full of arrows ppr.
7) (Lincolnshire, granted 24 March 1684). Per pale gu. and az. three arrows or, barbed and feathered ar. Crest—A dragon’s head per pale gu. and az. with wings expanded, the sinister wing or, the dexter ar. issuing out of a mural crown per pale of the last and third.
8) (Chelmsford, co. Essex). Az. a garb erect or, betw. two branches of laurel tied by a ribbon in base, on a chief embattled ar. three arrows, points downwards, betw. eight erm. spots, two and two, in pale sa. Crest—A griffin's head erased ar. transpierced by a spear in bend sinister, point downwards, collared gu. charged with two crosses pattee of the first, in the beak a slip of oak fructed ppr.
9) (Essex). Erm. on a chief az. three lions ramp. or. Crest—A bull’s head erased gu.
10) (alias De Boys, Essex). Erm. a cross sa. Two Crests—First, a wivern ar.; second, a leg couped at the thigh, embowed at the knee, quarterly sa. and ar. spur and leather or.
11) (Ballyseskin, co. Wexford). Arms same as the preceding. Crest—A duke’s coronet ppr. Motto—Pro religione et patria.
12) (Theydon, co. Essex, granted 2 April, 1574). Erm. a cross sa. a crescent ar. for difference.
13) (Highlow, co. Dublin). Erm. a cross sa. Crest—A wyvern ar.
14) (Salop). Sa. a lion ramp. or.
15) Or, five fusils in bend sa.
16) Az. three arrows in pale ar.
17) Ar. three pheons gu.
18) Sa. three pheons ar.