1) (cos. Berks, Buckingham, Sussex, and the Isle of Ely; granted 1606). Per chev. or and az. three mullets counterchanged. Crest—Two hands conjoined ppr. fixed to a pair of wings, the dexter or, the sinister az. each charged with a mullet counterchanged. Another Crest—Two wings expanded or and az.
2) (Manarabon, cos. Carmarthen and Salop). Same Arms. Crest—Two hands clasping each other, couped at the wrist, and conjoined to a pair of wings ppr. each wing charged with a mullet or.
3) (co. Essex). Ar. a fesse betw. three martlets in chief and a chev. in base az.
4) (London; granted 20 March, 1582). Gu. two flaunches erm. on a chief az. three suns or. Crest—A greyhound’s head erased ar. collared, ringed, and lined gu. the end nowed.
5) (London). Erm. on a chief indented az. two (another, six) eagles displ. ar.
6) (co. Salop). Per chev. ar. and az. three mullets counterchanged.
7) Quarterly, ar. and gu. a cross quarterly and pierced betw. four roses all counterchanged, slipped vert.
8) Per fesse or. and az. three mullets counterchanged.
9) (Lieut. John Day, of Sir George Bourchier’s Company, Master of the Ordnance, temp. Queen Elizabeth. Fun. Ent. of Maurice Smith, Clerk of the Ordnance in Ireland, d. 12 Feb., 1640, whose wife was Elizabeth, dau. of said John Day). Per chev. crenellee sa. and ar. in chief three estoiles, and in base an eagle displ. counterchanged armed or, a crescent for diff.
10) (co. Cork; confirmed to Richard Day, M.D., of Auckland, New Zealand, Robert Dat, of Cork, Merchant, and Rev. William Tottenham Day, M.A., Rector of Rathclarin, dioc. of Ross, sons of the late Richard Day, of Youghal, by Mart Anne Collins, his wife, and grandsons of Thomas Day, of Youghal, by Susanna, his wife, dau. of Jean Roviere, a French Huguenot Officer, who served in the army of William III., and subsequently settled at Youghal). Motto—Sic itur ad astra. Per chev. or and az. a crescent betw. three mullets, all counterchanged. Crest—Two hands clasping each other in fess ppr. conjoined at the wrists to a pair of wings, the dexter or, the sinister az. the former charged with a mullet, and the latter with a crescent counterchanged.
11) (Fitzgerald-Day: exemplified, 1841, to Rev. John Robert Fitzgerald and Rev. Edward Fitzgerald, both of Spring Hill, co. Kerry, on their assuming, by royal licence, the additional surname of Fitzgerald, in compliance with the wishes of Robert Day, Esq., of Leighlinstown, co. Dublin). Motto—Sic itur ad astra. Quarterly, 1st and 4th, per chev. or and az. three mullets counterchanged, in the centre chief point a mullet gu. for diff., for Day; 2nd and 3rd, erm. on a saltier gu. a cross formee ar. the whole within a bordure gobony erm. and az., for Fitzgerald. Crest—Two dexter hands clasped together ppr. each from a wing expanded, quarterly or and az. counterchanged, over the hands a mullet gu.