1) (or Bradshaigh). (Haigh, co. Lancaster, descended from Sir John Bradshaw, of Bradshaw, a Saxon living at the Conquest; the chief of this ancient and distinguished race at the period of the civil wars was Sir Roger Bradsdaigh, of Haigh, a gallant and devoted cavalier, created a baronet in 1679, extinct, circa 1786). (co. Limerick and co. Tipperary). (Windley, co. Derby, derived from Bradshaw of Bradshaw). Motto—Qui vit content tient assez. Ar. two bendlets betw. three martlets sa. Crest—On a mount vert a stag at gaze ppr. under a vine vert, fructed gu.
2) (Milecross, co. Down, formerly of Lancaster). Motto—Deus mihi spes et tutamen. Ar. three trefoils slipped ppr. within two bendlets sa. all betw. as many martlets gu. Crest—On a mount vert a buck statant beneath an oak tree ppr.
3) (Belper, afterwards Holbrook, and Barton Hall, co. Derby). (Barton Blount, co. Derby). Motto—Qui vit content tient assez. (Knowle, Guildford, co. Surrey). (Moorham, co. Leicester, Visit. 1619). Motto—Avec ce que je tiens, je suis content. Ar. two bends betw. as many martlets sa. Crest—A hart gu. under a vine branch vert.
4) (Marple, co. Chester, and Bradshaw Hall, co. Lancaster: of this family was the celebrated President Bradshaw; its representation now vests in the Isherwoods). Same Arms, an annulet gu., for diff. Crest—A stag at gaze under a vine tree fructed, all ppr.
5) (Buckinghamshire, 1506). Ar. two bars gu. betw. nine lions pass. guard. or.
6) (Kent and Lancashire). Ar. two bends sa. (another, with a crescent in the dexter chief betw. the bends gu.).
7) (Darcy-Lever, co. Lancaster). Motto—Non nobis solum nati fuimus. Ar. two bendlets sa. Crest—On a mount a stag ducally gorged, standing under a vine all ppr.
8) (Shropshire). Sa. two bendlets raguly betw. as many hawks ar. belled of the second, on a chief of the last a pale az. betw. two fleurs-de-lis of the first, on the pale a cross patonce or. Crest—A wolf's head erased ar. collared and lined.
9) Sa. two bends betw. three hawks’ bells ar.
10) Az. two bars ar. on a chief or, a fleur-de-lis lietw. two roses gu.
11) (Thomas Bradshaw, Esq., J.P., Judge of the County Courts, Northumberland, aa they appear to a deed of the reign of James I.). Ar. two bends sa. Crest—A stag trippant under an oak tree, all ppr. Motto—Dicu et mon devoir.
12) (Risby, co. York, 1671). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, ar. three mullets betw. two benda sa.; 2nd and 3rd, vert a chev. or.
13) (Arms of Thomas Bradshaw, In Allhallowes Church, Visit. Oxford). Gu. two bends ar.
14) Erm. on a chief az. three caps of maintenance.
15) Ar. three mullets of six points pierced sa. betw. two bendlets of the last.