1) (Earl of March). Gu. a lion ramp. ar. a bordure of the last charged with eight roses of the field.
2) (Earl of Moray). Sometimes quartered with Crichton, Annandale, and Fraser, of Frendraught. Or, three cushions pendent within a double tressure flory counterflory gu., for Randolph.
3) (Westfield, co. Elgin). Motto—Sub spe. Prior to the middle of the 17th century, Randolph, as above; afterwards quarterly, 1st and 4th, gu. a lion ramp. within a bordure ar. for Dunbar; 2nd and 3rd, or, three cushions pendent within a double tressure flory counterflory gu., for Randolph. Crest—A sword and key in saltire ppr.
4) (Grange, co. Elgin). Motto—Sub spe. Quarterly, as the last, all within a bordure ar. charged with eight frases gu. Crest—A wreath of laurel ppr.
5) (Hillhead). Motto—Olet et sanet. Gu. a lion ramp. ar. a bordure of the second charged with three roses and as many cushions of the first. Crest—A rose slipped.
6) (Baldoon, bart., 1664; the heiress m. Lord Basil Hamilton). Motto—Firmior qui paratior. Gu. a lion ramp. ar. within a bordure of the last charged with ten roses of the first. Crest—A horse’s head ar. bridled gu. Supporters—Two lions guard, ar. each holding in one fore-paw a rose slipped gu.
7) (Ireland, 1747). As Baldoon, in sinister chief a crescent surmounted of a mullet for diff. Same Crest and Motto.
8) (Mochrum, co. Wigtown, bart., 1694). Motto—Candoris premium honos. Quarterly, 1st and 4th, gu. a lion ramp. ar. within a bordure of the last charged with eight roses of the first; 2nd and 3rd, or, three cushions pendent within a double tressure flory counterflory gu. Crest—A horse's head ar. bridled gu. a dexter hand couped fessways ppr. holding the bridle. Supporters—Two white doves imperially crowned ppr.
9) (Hempriggs, co. Caithness, bart., 1698; the husband of his dau. and heir, James Sutherland, was also made a bart. in 1706, as Sir James Dunbar, of Hempriggs). Motto—Ornat fortem prudentia. Quarterly, as Dunbar of Westfield, witbin a bordure vaire gu. and or. Crest—A demi lion ar. holding in his dexter paw a rose slipped gu. leaved and barbed vert.
10) (Newton, co. Aberdeen, and Thunderton and Duffus, co. Elgin. This branch has assumed the Hempriggs baronetcy of 1698, under the designation of Dunbar of Northfleld, since the service of Alexander Dunbar, of Newton, in 1776, to Sir Patrick Dunbar, Bart.). Motto—Spem vigilantia firmat. Quarterly, as Mochrum, within a bordure quarterly az. and gu. in the centre a deer’s head cabossed ppr. Crest—A dexter hand reaching to an astral crown ppr.
11) (Dunbar-Brander). (Pitgavenay). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, Brander, of Pitgaveney (q.v.); 2nd and 3rd, the above quartered coat, with Crest and Motto of both families.
12) (Inchbrock). Motto—Sapiens non eget. Quarterly, as Westfield, within a. bordure gu. charged with eight annulets or. Crest—A hand holding an ear of wheat ppr.
13) (Barmucketty, co. Elgin). Motto—Suum cuique tribue. Per chev. embattled or and gu. three cushions pendent counterchanged.
14) (Kirkhill). Motto—Consulat et ornat. Dunbar and Randolph quarterly, in centre a cross moline az. a bordure nebuly quarterly gu. and az. Crest—A book expanded ppr.
15) (Durn. bart.. 1693). Motto—Spes dabit auxilium. Quarterly, as Westfield, within a bordure nebuly, quarterly az. and gu. Crest—Two sprigs of laurel in saltire ppr.
16) (Boath, co. Nairn, bart., 1814). Motto—Sub spe. Quarterly, Dunbar and Randolph, with a star az. in the centre. Crest—A dexter hand roaching to two earls' coronets tied together all ppr.
17) (Leuchold, co. Linlithgow). Motto—Sapit qui laborat. Gu. a lion ramp. ar. betw. three cushions pendent or, a bordure of the second charged with eight roses of the first. Crest—A dexter hand holding a glove ppr.
18) (granted, 1833, to George Dunbar Orr, Esq., of Belfast, on his assuming, by royal licence, the surname of Dunbar in lieu of Orr, in compliance with the desire of his uncle, John Gilmore Dunbar, Esq., of Woburn, co. Down). Per pale or and ar. three cushions, two and one, within a double tressure flory counterflory gu. all within a bordure vair. Crest—A demi lion ramp. or, armed and langued gu. holding in his dexter paw a red rose slipped ppr. leaved and barbed vert. Motto—Omat fortem prudentia.
19) (Reg. Ulster’s Office, 1708, to Capt. David Dunbar). Or, within a double tressure flory counterflory, three cushions gu. Crest—A demi lion ramp. gu. holding in the dexter paw a rose ar. slipped and leaved ppr.