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Blazons & Genealogy Notes1) (Ireland, founded by Richard Blake, who came to Ireland with Prince John, 1185, afterwards King John, and got grants of land in cos. Galway and Mayo). Ar. a fret gu. Crest—A leopard pass. ppr.
2) (Baron Wallscourt, representative of the Blakes of Ardfry). Ar. a fret gu. Crest—A leopard pass. ppr. Supporters—On the dexter side a leopard, on the sinister an antelope, both collared and chained or. Motto—Virtus sola nobilitat.
3) (Menlough, co. Galway, bart., registered to Sir Thomas Blake, of Galway, 1st bart.). Ar. a fret gu. over all a fess erm. Crest—A monkey statant ar. charged on the shoulder with a mullet sa.
4) (Menlough, co. Galway, bart., descended from Sir Valentine Blake Fitzwalter Fitzthomas, Mayor of Galway in 1611 and 1630, created a baronet of Ireland in 1622). Ar. a fret gu. Crest—A cat pass. guard. ppr. Motto—Virtus sola nobilitat.
5) (Furbough, co. Galway. The same Arms and Motto as Baron Wallscourt. Crest—A mountain cat pass. guard. ppr. (Kiltullagh and Frenchfort, co. Galway). (Merlinstown, co. Mayo). (Leyhinch, co. Galway). (Ballyglunnin Park, co. Galway). (Cregg Castle, co. Galway). (Renvyle, co Galway). (Windfield, co. Galway). (Ballinafad, co. Mayo). (Ballinafad, co. Mayo). (Tower Hill, co. Mayo).
6) (co. Galway. Smith’s Ordinary). Same Arms. Crest—On a tower ar. a fret gu.
7) (granted to Robert Blake Blake, Esq., of Knockmoy, co. Galway, on changing his name from Foster, 1847). Same Arms. Crest—A leopard pass. guard. ppr. Motto—Virtus sola nobilitat.
8) (Langham, co. Suffolk, bart.). Same Arms. Crest—A leopard pass. ppr.
9) (Twisel House, co. Durham, bart.). Ar. a chev. betw. three garbs sa. on a canton az. a fret or. Crest—A martlet ar. charged on the breast with a fret gu.
10) (Essex). Ar. a pale sa. over all a bend gu. charged with three martlets or. Crest—A dragon’s head erased ar. pellettee.
11) (Swaffham, co. Norfolk). Erm. on a pale engr. sa. bezantee betw. two lions' paws erect and erased gu. a mullet or. over all a bend vert.
12) (Wimbotsham, co. Norfolk). Erm. a pile embattled, counter-embattled sa. bezantte betw. two lions' paws erect and erased gu. over all a bend vert.
13) (Horstead, Norfolk, formerly of Bunwell and Scottow, in the same co.). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, ar. a chev. betw. three garbs sa. within a bordure of the second, charged with eight fleurs-de-lis of the field; 2nd and 3rd, ar. on a fesse engr. as betw. three plain cottises gu. three escallops of the field. Crest—On a morion ppr. a martlet ar. Motto—Bene praeparatum pectus.
14) (Jex-Blake, Swanton Abbott, co. Norfolk). Same Arms. Crest of Jex—A horse's head ar. erased gu. Holding in his mouth a broken tilting spear of the first headed gold. Motto—Bene praeparatum pectus.
15) (Wiltshire). (Visit. co. Cornwall, 1620). (as borne by the celebrated Admiral Blake, who was b. at Bridgewater in 1599, and d. in 1657). Ar. a chev. betw. three garbs sa. Crest—On a chapeau gu. turned up erm. a martlet ar.
16) Ar. a chev. gu. betw. three torteaux. Crest—A bear's head sa. gorged with a collar ar. holding in the mouth a lion’s gamb erased or.
17) Per chev. az. and ar. in chief two cinquefoils of the second, and in base a bat displ. of the first.
18) Per chev. az. and ar. two cinquefoils in chief or, and one in base sa.
19) Sa. a chev. betw. three garbs or.
20) Az. three garbs or.
21) or Bleak - Ar. three sleeves erect sa.
22) (Ballinacourty and Kilmeadon, co. Waterford, a branch of Blake of Renvyle, co. Galway, descended from Richard Caddell, alias Blake, Sheriff of Connaught, a.d. 1306. The present John Aloysius Blake, Esq., of Ballinacourty and Kilmeadon, is M.P. for co. Waterford). Ar. a fret gu. Crest—A cat-a-mountain pass. ppr. Motto—Virtus sola nobilitat.