Blazons & Genealogy Notes1) (Lord Drummond, Earl of Perth, attainted 1715, restored 1853). Or, three bars wavy gu. Crest—On a ducal crown a sleuthhound ppr. collared and leashed gu. Supporters—Two savages with clubs over their shoulders, wreathed head and middle with oak, and standing on a compartment of caltraps az. Motto—Gang warily.
2) (Logie Almond, co. Perth). Or, three bars wavy gu. within a bordure of the last. Crest—A dexter arm from the shoulder, holding a broadsword in the hand all ppr. Motto—Nil timeo.
3) (Viscount Strathallan). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, or, three bars wavy gu.; 2nd and 3rd, or, a lion's head erased within a double tressure flory counterflory gu. Crest—A goshawk with wings displ. ppr. armed, jessed, and belled or. Supporters—Two savages, wreathed head and middle with ivy, with clubs on their shoulders ppr. Motto—Prius mori quam fidem fallere.
4) (Cromlix and Innerpeffry, co. Perth). The same quartered coat within a bordure gu. Same Crest. Motto—Lord have mercy.
5) (Riccarton). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, or, three bars wavy gu. within a bordure az. ; 2nd and 3rd, ar a lion ramp, az., for Crichton. Crest—A lion ramp. az. Motto—Dum spiro spero.
6) (Kildies). Or, three bars wavy gu. a bordure az. charged with eight mullets ar. Crest—A garland of laurel ppr. Motto—Si recte facies.
7) (Strageath, co. Perth). As the last, only three mullets, in fess point a crescent ar. for diff. Crest—A dexter arm in armour from the shoulder embowed, the hand bare, holding a faulchion ppr. Motto—Caute sed intrepide.
8) (Bellyclone, co. Perth). Or, three bars wavy gu. surmounted by a naked man in pale naiant grasping in the dexter hand a sword, and having his sinister hand and feet in action all ppr. Crest—A dexter hand holding a spear ppr. Motto—Per mare per terras.
9) (Invermay, co. Perth). Or, three bars wavy gu. on a canton ar. a fountain az. Crest—A hand holding a flaming heart erect ppr. Motto—Loyal au mort.
10) (Cultmalindie, co. Perth). Or, three bars wavy gu. in fess point a man’s heart counterchanged. Crest—A hand grasping a man's heart ppr. Motto—Cum corde.
11) (Colquhalzie, co. Perth). Or, three bars wavy gu. in chief as many stars az. Crest—A rock surmounted of a turtle dove ppr. Motto—Sto mobilis.
12) (Blair, co. Perth, now represented by George Horne Drummond, of Blair Drummond, as heir of line). Or, three bars wavy gu. each charged with an escallop of the field. Crest—A nest of young ravens ppr. Motto—Dominus providebit.
13) (Hawthomden, co. Edinburgh, 1672). Or, three bars wavy gu. within a bordure of the last. Crest—A Pegasus ppr. maned and winged or. Motto—Hos gloria reddit honores.
14) (Hawthornden, 1823). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, as the last; 2nd and 3rd, az. three bears’ heads ar. muzzled gu., for Forbes. Same Crest and Motto. Supporters—Two savages wreathed head and middle with laurel, holding dubs over their shoulders ppr.
15) (Walker-Drummond, of Hawthomden, bart., 1826). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, counterchanged as the last; 2nd and 3rd, ar. three pallets gu. surmounted of a saltire counterchanged having thereon a heart, ppr. on a chief engr. az. a crescent betw. two mullets of the first, for Walker. Crest, Motto, and Supporters, as the last.
16) (Williams-Drummond, of Hawthornden, bart., as now borne). As the last, but substituting for Walker, in the 3rd quarter, ar. a lion ramp. sa. head, paws, and tuft of the tail of the field, for Williams. Same Crest, Motto, and Supporters.
17) (Midhope, co. Perth). Or, three bars wavy gu. within a bordure of the last charged with eight crescents of the first. Crest—Three stars chevronways or. Motto—Ad astra per ardua.
18) (Concraig, co. Perth). Per fess wavy or and gu. Crest—Two arms ppr. drawing an arrow to the head in a bow or. Motto—Marte et arte. Supporters—Dexter, a savage, wreathed head and middle with oak, holding on his dexter shoulder a club ppr.; sinister, a knight armed at all points, the visor of his helmet up, a spear resting in his sinister arm ppr.
19) (Megginch). Per fess wavy or and gu. in chief a lion ramp. of the last. Same Crest and Motto; or, since 1846, the plain coat, with supporters of Concraig.
20) (Sir Gordon Drummond, G.C.B., 1816). Per fess wavy or and gu. in chief a martlet sa. Crest Issuing out of a mural crown two arms drawing an arrow in a bow all ppr. Motto—Marte et arte.
21) (Lieut. Francis C. Beresford-Drummond, 7th Dragoon Guards, 1875). Quarterly, 1st, 2nd, and 4th, as Viscount Strathallan; 3rd, ar. semee of cross crosslets fitchee three fleurs-de-lis sa. within a bordure wavy erm., for Beresford. Crest—A falcon rising, hooded, jessed, and belled ppr. charged on the breast with a mullet or. Motto—Lord have mercy.
22) (Heathcote-Dummond; exemplified to Clementina Elizabeth Heathcote, relict of Gilbert, first Lord Aveland, now Baroness Willoughby d'Eresby in her own right, upon her assuming the additional surname of Drummond, 16 Nov. 1870). Or, three bars wavy gu. on an escutcheon of pretence over the arms of Heathcote.
23) (Marchmont Herald). As Drummond, within a bordure gu. charged with eight Cornish choughs ppr. Crest—A garb or, thereon a Cornish chough feeding ppr. Motto—Ex hoc vivo.
24) (Sir George Drummond, Provost of Edinburgh). As Drummond, in chief a martlet betw. two crescents gu. Crest—A pheon or. Motto—Consequitur quodcunque petit.
25) (Carlowrie). As Drummond, a mullet surmounted of an annulet for diff. Crest—A dexter hand holding a curling a stone. Motto—Have at all.
26) (Pitkellony). As Drummond, in chief a boar’s head erased gu. Crest—A sword and garb saltireways ppr.