1) (Berkshire). Ar. two bars betw. six mascles, three two, and one, sa. Crest—A demi unicorn erm. horned, collared and lined or.
2) (Cambridgeshire). Sa. two bars embattled or, in chief three bezants. Crest—A leopard pass, ar. spotted sa. collared and lined or.
3) (Durham). Quarterly, or and vert on a fesse sa. three estoiles ar.
4) (John Barnes, Esq., of Bunker’s Hill, Cumberland). Motto—Nec timide nee temere. Quarterly, or and vert, on a fesse sa. three estoiles of the field. Crest—An estoile pierced or.
5) (Lancashire, 1584). The same as of Durham with the estoiles of the first. Crest—An estoile pierced or.
6) (Lord Mayor of London, 1370 and 1371). Quarterly, az. and gu. a cross ar. in the first and second a cross bottonee or.
7) (London). Quarterly, az. and gu. a cross betw. four crosses crosslet or.
8) (London, 1614). Az. two lions pass. guard. ar. Crest—Out of clouds ppr. issuing rays paleways or, an arm erect habited of the last holding in the hand ppr. a broken sword ar. hilt gold.
9) (Katherine dau. of Anthony Barnes m. John Barrington, co. Essex, living in 1400). Quarterly, or and vert in first quarter a crescent gu.
10) Az. a pheon ar. betw. three leopards’ faces or. Crest—A demi savage wreathed about the head and middle holding a club in pale all ppr.
11) Paly of six erm. and ar. on a chief gu. a lion pass. or. Crest—A demi lion or.
12) Az. three leopards’ heads ar. Crest—On a mount vert a falcon wings expanded ar. ducally gorged beaked and legged or.
13) Az. on a bend ar. betw. two estoiles or, a bear pass, sa. estoiled or, seizing a man ppr. on a chief ar. three roses gu. radiated or.
14) Az. on a fesse betw. three sheldrakes ar. as many roses gu.
15) Ar. two bars crenelle sa. in chief three pellets.
16) (granted to Richard Knowles Barnes, Esq., Captain R.N.). Gu. a tower surmounting two swords in saltire points downwards ar. pomels and hilts or, betw. two horses’ heads erased in fesse of the second on a chief of the last upon a mural crown az. a bezant thereon perched a vulture rising betw. two elephants statant ppr. Crest—On an embattlement gu. a wivern az. gorged with a collar gemel or, the wings elevated of the last guttee de sang.
17) (Pemberton-Barnes, Haveringham at Bower, co. Essex). Motto—Mutare vel timere sperno. Quarterly, 1st and 4th, ar. a bear in bend sa. betw. two bendlets ar. on a chief of the last a rose of the first barbed and seeded ppr. betw. two estoiles or, a canton erm. for diff., for Barnes; 2nd and 3rd, az. on a chev. erm. betw. in chief two earsof wheat slipped or, and in base a dove rising ppr. three griffins’ heads erased of the third, for Pemberton. Crests—1st: Upon a rock a leopard pass. ppr. semee of estoiles and a cross crosslet sa. for diff., Barnes; 2nd; Upon the trunk of an oak tree eradicated and sprouting towards the dexter ppr. a griffin pass, or, guttee de poix.
18) Az. two lions pass. ar.
19) (Brookside, Manchester). Motto—Deus noster refugium. Per fesse or and az. a millrind fesseways betw. two lions pass. all counterchanged. Crest—A cubit arm issuant from rocks ppr. habited checky ar and az. cuff ar. the hand grasping a broken sword ppr. and issuant from the rock behind the arm rays of the sun or.