(Cresswell, co. Northumberland, exemplified to Addison John Cresswell, Esq., of Cresswell, on his assuming in right of his wife, Elizabeth Mary Reed, cousin of John Baker, Esq., of Hinton, the additional surname and arms of Baker). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, erminois three torteaux, two and one, each charged with a squirrel sejant ar., for Cresswell; 2nd and 3rd, gu. a goat statant armed and crined or, betw. three saltires of the last, for Baker; on a shield of pretence, 1st and 4th, for Baker, as above; 2nd and 3rd, az. two chevronels ar. betw. two garbs in chief or, and in base two swords in saltire ppr. pomcis and hilts gold, for Reed. Crests—1st, Cresswell: A mount vert thereon a torteau charged as in the arms; 2nd, Baker: A goat's head erased ar. armed and crined or, gorged with a collar gemel and charged on the neck with a saltire gu. Motto—Cressa ne careat.