1) (exemplified to John James Lord, Esq., Dorset Street, Dublin, on his assuming by royal licence, 1820, the name of Crosby, instead of that of Lord, under the will of William Crosby, Esq.). Motto—Indignante florebit justus invidia. Ar. a lion pass. sa. betw. three dexter hands couped and erect gu. Crest—Three swords two in saltire hilts down and one in pale hilt upwards ppr. united by a ribbon or.
2) (Lord Mayor of London, 1771). Sa. a chev. erm. betw. three rams pass. ar.
3) (London, confirmed to Vinus Hodgkinson Crosby, grand nephew of the above, 1821). Motto—Te duce libertas. Az. on a chev. betw. three lambs pass, or, as many roses ppr. Crest—Betw. the horns of a crescent per pale ar. and gu. a cross flory or
4) Per chev. ar. and sa. three guttees counterchanged.
5) Per chev. ar. and sa. three unicorns’ heads couped counterchanged.
6) Per chev. sa. and ar. three goats pass. counterchanged.
7) (Holm, Scotland). Gu. a cross or. Crest—The stump of an oak tree growing out of a mount shooting forth new branches ppr. Motto—Resurgam.
8) (Sir Pierce Crosbie, knighted at Theobalds, co. Herts, 17 Feb. 1616, son of Patrick Crosbie, alias MacCrossan. who was elder brother of John Crosbie, Bishop of Ardfert. Fun. Ent. Ulster's Office 1617). Ar. a lion ramp. sa. betw. three dexter hands couped and erect gu.
9) (Maryborough, Queen’s County, bart.; descended from John Crosbie, appointed Bishop of Ardfert 1600, through his eldest son Walter Crosbie, Esq., of Maryborough, who was created a baronet in 1630). (Ballyheigue, co. Kerry, descended from Thomas Crosbie. younger brother of David Crossie, Esq., of Ardfert, the father of the 1st Lord Brandon). Ar. a lion ramp. sa. armed and langued gu. in chief two dexter hands couped and erect of the last. Crest—Three swords two in saltire points down and one in pale point upwards entwined with a snake, all ppr. Motto—Indignante invidia florebit justus.
10) (Lord Brandon. Sir Maurice Crosbie, Knt., son of David Crosbie, Esq., of Ardfert, who was grandson of David Crosbie, younger brother of Sir Walter Crosbie, 1st bart., was so created 1758, extinct 1832). (Earl of Glandore. William, 2nd Lord Brandon, was raised to an earldom 1776, extinct 1815). Same Arms, Crest, and Motto. Supporters—Two leopards reguard. ppr. collared and chained or.
11) (Ardfert Abbey, co. Kerry, exemplified to Rev. John Talbot, in 1816, upon his assuming by royal liccnce the name of Crosbie instead of that of Talbot). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, ar. a lion ramp. sa. in chief two dexter hands couped at the wrist gu., for Crosbie; 2nd and 3rd, gu. three cinquefoils two and one erm. for Hamilton. Crest—Three swords, viz.: two in saltire the pommels upwards, and one erect the pommel downwards ppr. hilted or, enwrapped by a snake ppr. Motto—Indignante invidia florebit justus.
12) (Fun. Ent. of Fridswolb Crosbie, d. 26 Jan. 1615, wife of Right Rev. John Rider, Bishop of Killaloe). Per chev. ar. and sa. three escallops counterchanged.
13) or Crosby - Per chev. ar. and sa. in chief four guttees and in base three of the same counterchanged. Crest—A quill and sword in saltire ppr.
14) Gu. a cross or, a bordure ar. Crest—A holy lamb ppr. supporting a standard gu. Motto—Nil desperandum.
15) Ar. three guttees de sang.