1) Az. two dolphins hauriant or.
2) Gu. three lions ramp. ar.
3) Ar. two endorses, as many barrulets gu.
1) (Bocking Hall, co. Essex, and Kilcooley Abbey, co. Tipperary, descended from Alderman Wm. Barker, youngest son of Sir Robert Barker, K.B., of Grimston Hall, Suffolk; Sir Wm. Barker, the 3rd. bart. of Bocking Hall, left a son, William at (whose decease, in 1818, the title expired) and two daus., of whom the elder, Mary, m. Chambre Brabazon Ponsonby, and was grandmother of William Ponsonby Barker, Esq. of Kilcooley Abbey). Per fesse nebulee az. and sa. three martlets or, a canton erm. quartering Ponsonby. Crest—1st, a bear sejant or, collared sa., for Barker; 2nd, out of a ducal coronet az. three arrows one and two in saltire points downwards, enveloped with a snake in pale ppr., for Ponsonby.
2) (allowed by the Deputies of Camden, Clarenceux, to Richard Barker, of Coventry, fifth son of William Barker, co. Berks, who was grandson of Thomas Barker, of Wokingham, Her. Vis.). Per chev. engr. or and sa. a lion ramp. counterchanged. Crest—A demi Moor ppr. in dexter hand an arrow or, feathered and headed ar. on his sinister arm a shield of the first, on his shoulder a sash gu.
3) (Over and Vale Royal, co. Chester, confirmed 1638). Gu. a fesse chequy ar. and az. in chief three annulets or. Crest—A falcon ar. standing on a hawk’s lure gu. stringed or.
4) (Hurst, cos. Berks, Essex, and Warwick). Per chev. engr. or and sa. a lion ramp. counterchanged. Crest—A naked boy ppr. holding an arrow.
5) (Croboy and Stirling, co. Meath, confirmed to William Oliver Barker, M.D., of Dunboyne, co. Meath, and of Dublin). Motto—Mors potior macula. Per chev engr. or and sa. a lion ramp. counterchanged in the dexter chief point a crescent of the lecond. Crest—A demi Moor ppr. over his left shoulder a sash gu. in his dexter hand an arrow or, feathered and headed ar. and on his sinister arm a shield gold charged with a crescent sa.
6) (Buckinghamshire). Or, on a fesse indented az. three fleurs-de-lis of the field, (another, the fesse vert). Crest—A turtle dove ppr. In the beak a rose gu. stalked and leaved vert.
7) (Bockenhall, co. Essex). Erm. on a fesse sa. three fleurs-de-lis or. Crest—An ostrich’s head erased or, holding in the beak a horseshoe ar.
8) (Kent, Middlesex, and Surrey). Barry of ten or and sa. over all a bend gu. Crest—Out of a ducal coronet or, an eagle displ. sa. beaked and legged gu.
9) (Newbury). Ar. three bears’ heads erased gu. muzzled or, in chief as many torteaux. Crest—A bear’s head erased per pale or and az. muzzled of the first betw. two wings the dexter az. the sinister gold.
10) (Norfolk). Or, a chev. az. fretty of the first betw. three hurts, on a chief sa. a hound pass. ar. betw. two mullets of the field.
11) (Hambleton and Lyndon, co. Rutland, of which was Sir Abel Barker, created a bart. in 1664. The late Samuel Barker, of Lyndon, Esq., sheriff of Rutlandshire, in 1815, left at his decease two daus. his co-heirs). Per fesse nebulee sa. and or, three martlets counterchanged. Crest—A bear sejant ppr.
12) (Woolerton, cos. Salop and Worcester). Az. five escallops in cross or. Crest—On a rock ar. a hawk close or.
13) (South Leverton, co. Nottingham). Ar. three piles in point vert over all a chev. gu.
14) (Christopher Barker, Garter King of Arms, temp. Henry VIII.). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, ar. three bears’ heads erased gu. muzzled or, in chief three torteaux; 2nd and 3rd, for Carlyle, ar. on a chev. sa. betw. three ravens ppr. as many estoiles or. Crest—A bear’s head erased gu. muzzled or.
15) (Haughmond, co. Salop. Rowland Barker, of Haughmond, was sheriff, 1585, and Walter Barker served in 1621. The eventual heiress, Alice, dan. of John Barker, Esq., m. Sir Thomas Leigh, ancestor of the Leighs, of Stoneleigh). Gu. a fesse componee or and az. betw. six annulets of the second.
16) (granted to Thomas Barker, Esq., of Roslyn Hall, Sydney, New South Wales). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, per chev. gu. and ar. in chief three escallops of the last and in base a bear sejant sa. muzzled or, for Barker; 2nd and 3rd, az. an eagle displ. within an orle of four estoiles and as many annulets alternately all or, for Schuldham. Crest—A bear sejant sa. muzzled and gorged with a collar gemels or, holding in the paws an escutcheon gu. charged with an escallop ar.
17) (alias Gery) (Wallerton, co. Salop, Visit. London, 1568). Az. two bars ar. in chief a griffin’s head erased or, betw. two pheons of the last.
18) (George Barker, Esq., J.P., Caston and Shipdham, co. Norfolk). Ar. three bears’ heads, erased gu. muzzled or, a chief of the second. Crest—A bear’s head erased sa. muzzled or.
19) (of Holbeach, co. Lincoln). Motto—Fide sed cui vide. Az. a lion ramp. ar. within an orle of eight fleurs-de-lis or. Crest—Issuant from a ducal coronet or, a griffin’s head ppr.
20) (Shropshire). Per saltire erm. and az. on a bordure gu. eight annulets or.
21) (Ipswich, co. Suffolk). Per fesse nebulee az. and sa. three martlets or, a canton erm. Crest—A greyhound sejant ar. gorged with a collar and ring, to the last a line or, the line held from him with his dexter foot. Another Crest—A bear sejant or, collared sa.
22) (Grimston Hall, co. Suffolk; settled at Ipswich from a remote period, created bart. in 1622, extinet 1766). Per fesse nebulee vert and sa. three martlets or, a canton erm.
23) (Billesdon, co. Suffolk). Gu. a fesse chequy or and az. betw. six annulets of the second.
24) (Suffolk). Or, a bend betw. six billets sa.
25) (Yorkshire). Ar. three bears’ heads erased sa. in chief three torteaux.
26) Gu. on a cross pattee or, five annulets sa.
27) Per fesse or and sa. a lion ramp. counterchanged.
28) Or, a lion ramp. sa.
29) Ar. three larks ppr.
30) (Albrighton Hall, Wolverhampton, co. Stafford). Az. five escallops in cross or. Crest—Out of a ducal coronet or, an eagle displ. sa. beaked and legged gu.