1) (Baron Fitzwalter, extinct). Motto—Je garderay.(Goodnestone, co. Kent, bart.). Az. three water-bougets or, within a bordure erm. Crest—Out of a ducal coronet or, a Moor’s head in profile ppr., wreathed about the temples ar. and gold, gorged with a collar of the first, pendent therefrom a cross-pattee of the third. Supporters—On the dexter side a bull sa. horned, hoofed, maned, ducally gorged, and lino reflexed over the back ar. on the sinister side a like bull semee of plates.
2) Gu. a chev. betw. three griffins’ heads erased ar. Crest—On a tower ppr. a hawk’s wings displ. of the last.
3) (Chillingford and Badow, co. Essex, granted 1562). Ar. three escutcheons gu. each charged with a bend vaire of the first and sa. betw. two roses or. Crest—A boar pass, ar. pierced through the neck with a broken spear, headed of the first, and embrued gu.
4) (Gloucester). Ar. on a cross sa. a leopard’s head or. Crest—A man’s head ppr. sidefaced, couped below the shoulder, vested paly of six, ar. and gu. semee of roundles counterchanged wreathed round the temples of the last and az.
5) (Edinburgh). Motto—Maintien le droit. Ar. on a cross sa. a leopard’s face of the first on a canton or, a lion ramp. gu. Crest—A demi lion gu.
6) (Lord Mayor of London, 1520). Ar. on a cross sa. a leopard's head or, a mullet for diff.
7) (Norfolk). Or, three bars gu. a canton sa.
8) Gu. three bars gemelles or, a canton ar.
9) Az. fretty ar. a chief or.
10) Erm. a cross pean.
11) (Cobberley and Sndeley, co. Gloucester). Ar. on a cross sa. a leopard's face or. Crest—The bust of an old man side-faced ppr. wreathed about the temples ar. and az. vested paly of the second and gu. and semee of roundles counterchanged, on his head a cap or, lined with white fur.
12) (Duke of Chandos). Motto—Maintien le droit. Same Arms, quartering ar. a pile issuing from the chief gu., for Chandos. Crest—The same as the last. Supporters—Two otters ar.
13) (Denton Court, co. Kent, bart.). Motto—Maintien le droit. Ar. a cross ea. charged in the centre with a leopard's face betw. two pheons in pale the points towards each other and piercing the face or, in the first quarter a lion ramp. gu. holding in the paws a pheon the point downwards of the second. Crest—The bust of a man the head ppr. hair and beard sa. vest ar. collar gu., cap or, band and tassel of the third the cap and vest charged each with a pheon point downwards of the first.
14) (Bosbury, co. Hereford). Ar. a cross sa. charged with a leopard’s face or, a martlet for diff.; these arms are in the cloisters of Westminster Abbey and Wella Cathedral. At the College of Arms, however, is an ancient and different bearing assigned to Brigge, or Bridge, of Bosbury, viz., Ar. a bend engr. sa. charged at the dexter point with a chaplet or; not adopted by the family generally.
15) (a monk of the Abbey of Gloucester). Ar. on a cross az. a lion's head of the field, in the dexter chief point a fir apple gu.
16) (Jones-Brydges). (Boultibrook, co. Radnor, bart.). Motto—Deus pascit corvos. Ar. a chief gu. over all a bend engr. sa. charged on the chief point with a chaplet or. Crest—Two wings addorsed ar. each charged with a bend engr. sa. on the exterior bend in the chief point a chaplet or. Crest of Augmentation— On a cushion gu., garnished and tasselled or, a representation of the royal crown of Persia ppr. Supporters—Dexter, a lion ppr. gorged with an Eastern crown vert.; sinister, a wyvern ppr., gorged with an Eastern crown or. These supporters were granted by royal warrant in 1810.
17) (Cobberley and Sndeley, co. Gloucester). Ar. on a cross sa. a leopard's face or. Crest—The bust of an old man side-faced ppr. wreathed about the temples ar. and az. vested paly of the second and gu. and semee of roundles counterchanged, on his head a cap or, lined with white fur.