1) (co. Dorset and London). Per chev. battelly or and az. three eagles displ. counterchanged. Crest—Out of a tower ar. two wings, the dexter or, sinister az. Another Crest—An eagle's head erased ar.
2) (Colebrookdale, co. Salop). Per chev. embattled az. and erminois three eagles displ. each charged on the breast with an escallop, all counterchanged. Crest—In front of two crosses crosslet fitchee in saltire sa. a demi eagle displ. couped erm. wings az. charged on the breast with an escallop of the last. Motto—Utc unque placuerit Deo.
3) (Walton, co. Leicester). Ar. a fesse betw. three sinister wings sa.
4) (Benington, co. Lincoln). Ar. a chev. betw. three garbs sa. banded or. Crest—An antelope’s head erased gu. maned, tufted, armed, and attired or.
5) (cos. Devon and Northants). Same Arms. Crest—An heraldic tiger attired with four horns, turned round like rains’ horns, or.
6) (co. Suffolk). Vert, a chev. betw. three garbs sa. banded or. Crest—A garb ar. banded or.
7) (Stoke Court, Bucks), Per chev. battelly az. and erminois, three eagles displ. two and one, each charged on the breast with an escallop, all counterchanged. Crest—In front of two cross crosslets fitchee in saltier sa. a demi eagle displ. couped erminois wings az. charged on the breast with an escallop of the last. Motto—Utcunque placuerit Deo.
8) (confirmed to Adm. Sir Henry D’Esterre Darby, of Leap Castle, King's Co.). Az. on a chev. ar. betw. three garbs or, a naval coronet of the first betw. two anchors sa. pendant in the centre chief from a ribband of the second, fimbriated of the field, a representation of the gold medal conferred upon the said Admiral by command of His Majesty in commemoration of his gallant conduct at the Battle of the Nile, when in command of H.M.S. Bellerophon. Beneath the said medal the word “ Nile ’’ inscribed in gold letters upon the field. Crest—A garb or, banded with a naval crown az. In front of an anchor placed in sinister bend sa. Motto—Spero mellora.