1) (anciently Byrde). (Broxton, co. Chester, anciently of Charlton in Malpas). Ar. a cross flory betw. four martlets gu. a canton az. Crest—A martlet gu.
2) (anciently Byrde).(Ancient, 44 Edward III., ) Az. a bend ar. cottised erm. betw. six martlets or. Crest—A martlet gu.
3) (Drybridge, co. Hereford, descended from the Byrdes of Broxton, co. Chester). Same Arms, on the canton a mullet of five points or, a crescent for diff. Same Crest. Motto—Cruce spes mea.
4) (David Burn, son of David Bird, “Ye Old,” ap Evan, ap Llewellyn, ap Kenerick, ap Rhiallon, “A Noble man, of whom divers gentlemen in Maelors are descended.”) Erm. a lion ramp. sa.
5) (William Bird, Hackney, co. Middlesex, and London, merchant, son of Richard Bird, Alderman and Mayor of Chester, and grandson of Thomas Bird. Alderman and J.P. of the same city. Visit. Middlesex, 1663). Ar. a cross flory betw. four martlets gu. on a canton az. a crescent. Crest—A martlet rising gu.
6) (Denston, co. Suffolk). Ar. a cross formee flory betw. four martlets gu. a canton vert. Crest—in a crown ar. a greyhound's head couped or.
7) (Bread-street, London, and Coventry, co. Warwick). Ar. across moline vert betw. four martlets gu. a chief dovetailed az. Crest—A greyhound's head vert erased gu. gorged with a dovetailed collar or.
8) (Derbyshire). Gu. a chev. embattled ar. Crest—On a mount vert a stump of a tree couped and erased, thereon a falcon volant all ppr.
9) (Westminster, descended from Shropshire; granted 16 September, 1723). Az. a lion pass. guard. and ducally crowned or, betw. three turtle doves rousant ar. each holding in the beak a trefoil slipped gold. Crest—A ringdove ppr. resting the right foot on a rose or.
10) Vert, three bucks' heads ppr.
11) (1606). Quarterly, ar. and sa. in the first quarter an eagle displ. of the second. Crest—On a dolphin ppr. an eagle or, wings expanded.
12) (Penrith, whose ancestry is traceable to the year 1295, Visit. Cumberland, 1615. The family possessed for a time Brougham Hall, since regained by the Broughams). Ar. on a chev. engr. gu. betw. three lions ramp sa. as many fleurs-de-lis or.
13) (Cotterelston, co. Dublin, Visit. Dublin, 1607). Ar. on a cross flory betw. four martlets gu. a mullet or, on a canton az. a cinquefoil of the third.
14) (Yowley, co. Chester and London, customer outward to the Queen, Visit. London, 1568). Per pale or and ar. an eagle displ. sa. Crest—A griffin’s head erased, bendy of six sa. and ar.
15) (Broxton, co. Chester, anciently of Charlton in Malpas). Ar. a cross flory betw. four martlets gu. a canton az. Crest—A martlet gu.
16) (Ancient, 44 Edward III., ) Az. a bend ar. cottised erm. betw. six martlets or. Crest—A martlet gu.