1) (Burthwaite, co. York; since of Acomb, near York, bart.). (formerly Prichard, of Osgodby, E. B. co. York, who assumed, 31 July, 1780, the name and arms of Burdet). Paly of six ar. and sa. on a bend gu. three martlets or. Crest—On a tower ar. a martlet with wings displ. or.
2) (Shrubhurst, co. Surrey). Az. two bars or, on each three martlets gu. Crest—Gu. a lion's head erased sa., langued gu.
3) (Bramcote, co. Warwick, Formark, co. Derby, and Bamsbury, co. Wilts, bart.). Az. two bars or, each charged with three martlets gu. Crest—A lion’s head erased sa. langued gu.
4) or Bordet (Leicestershire). Az. two bars ar.
5) (Huncote, co. Leicester. Visit. 1619). Az. two bars charged with three martlets gu.
6) (Rowell). Ar. on a bend gu. three martlets of the field.
7) (Warwickshire and Yorkshire). Az. two bars or, each charged with three martlets gu. Crest—A lion’s head erased (another, couped) sa.
8) Arms the same. Crests— 1st: A lion’s head couped sa.; 2nd: A thistle ppr.
9) Ar. on a bend sa. three bezants.
10) Or, two bars az.
11) Az. two bars ar.
12) Az. two bars and as many mullets in chief or.
13) (Ireland). Az. two bars or, on the first two martlets sa.
14) (Ballymany and Ballywalter, co. Kildare). (Hunstanton, King's County). Az. two bars or, a crescent for diff. Crest—A tower with a bird rising from the top.
15) Az. two bars or, a bend gu.
16) Az. two bars or, on the first bar three martlets gu.