1) Ar. a lion ramp. gu. within a bordure engr. sa. bezantee.
2) (Crockham, co. Berks, granted 5 July, 1771). Ar. a bend lozengy betw. six crosses crosslet sa.
3) (Court in St. Stephen, Brannell, co. Cornwall). Ar. a lion ramp. gu. ducally crowned or, within a bordure sa. bezantee. Crest—A demi lion ramp. gu. ducally crowned or.
4) (co. Essex). Same Arms, field erm.
5) Same Arms, with on a bend of the last nine martlets of the second.
6) (Cornwall). Gu. on a fesse ar. betw. three mullets or, as many Cornish choughs ppr.
7) (Bonhard, Scotland). Same Arms. Crest—A Cornish chough hatching in the face of a rock ppr. Motto—We beg you see warily.
8) (cos. Cornwall and Devon). Ar. on a cross pattee sa. five bezants (another, plates).
9) (co. Dorset, 1608). Ar. on a fesse sa. three plates fretty of the second. Crest—A boar’s head couped or, bendways with the blade of a broken sword thrust down his throat ppr.
10) (co. Oxford). (Ireland). Ar. a lion ramp. gu. crowned or, over all on a bend (another, engr.) sa. three (another, eight) bezants.
11) (co. Salop). Erm. a lion ramp. reguard. gu. crowned or, within a bordure sa. bezantee. Crest—A Cornish chough ppr. Motto—La vie durante.
12) (co. Warwick). Or, three chev. vert.
13) Erm. a lion ramp. gu. within a bordure sa. bezantee. Crest—A lion sejant gu. ducally crowned or.
14) Ar. three lozenges in fesse betw. six crosses crosslet (another, the crosslets fitchee) sa.
15) Ar. three (another, five) fusils betw. six crosses crosslet fitchee sa. three, two, and one.
16) Or, five castles in saltire (another, in cross) sa.
17) Erm. on a fesse gu. (another, sa.) three plates.
18) Az. fifteen bezants, five, four, three, two, and one.
19) Le - (Cornwall). Ar. a chief gu. over all a bend az.
20) (Barons of Burford, descended from Richard de Cornewall, illegitimate son of Richard, Earl of Cornewall, the 2nd son of King John; his son, Sir Geoffrey de Cornewall, m. the heiress of Mortimer, Baron of Harford, the heiress of Burford, Anna Maria, only child of Francis Cornewall, Baron of Burford, rn. George Legh, Esq., of High Legh, and d. 1741). (Baron Fanhope and Milbroke. Sir John Cornewall, grandson of Sir Geoffrey de Cornewall by the heiress of Burford through his third son, was advanced to the peerage in open Parliament as Baron Fanhope 1433; and created Baron Milbroke 1442, d. without legitimate issue 1443). Erm. a lion rump. gu. crowned or, a border sa. bezantee.
21) (Moccas Court, co. Hereford, bart.). Same Arms the bordure engr. Cretts— 1st: A Cornish chough ppr.; 2nd: A demi lion ramp. gu. ducally crowned or. Motto—La vie durante.
22) (Berrington, co. Hereford, and Delbury, or Diddlebury, co. Salop; Frederick Cornewall, Esq., of the family of Berrington, in Herefordshire, captain in the Royal Navy, purchased the Diddlebury estate from Richard Bawdewin, the last of a family long seated there. He was father of the Right Rev. Foliott Herbert Walker Cornewall, Lord Bishop of Bristol 1797, Hereford 1803, and Worcester 1838-39). Same Arms. Crest—On a chapeau gu. turned up erm. a lion statant ppr.
23) (Ireland). Ar. a fess betw. six martlets sa.
24) Ar. a bend fusilly betw. six crosses crosslet sa.