1) (Lord Slane, created 1537, dormant 1726). Motto—Bhear na Righ gan (Anglice, May the king live for ever). (Viscount Longford; the twenty-second Lord Slan, so created 1713, d. s. p. m. 1726). Vair a chief chequy or and gu. Crest—A mortar piece casting out a bomb with flames all ppr. chains and rings gold. Supporters—Two greyhounds ar. collared and armed gu.
2) (Gernonstown, co. Meath; Fun. Ent., 1635, Thomasine, wife of Thomas Fleming, second son of Patrick Fleming, descended from a younger son of the Lords Slane). Same Arms, a crescent for diff.
3) (John Fleming, Dublin, 1621; Fun. Ent. of his wife, Katharine Wafer). Same Arms, a martlet for diff.
4) (Sebastian Fleming, Drogheda, 1609: Fun. Ent. of his wife Jane, dau. of Robert Bisse, of Dublin). Same Arms, a border gu.
5) (Thomas Fleming, of Dublin, merchant: Fun. Ent. of his wife, 1639). Same Arms, an annulet sa. a bordure of the last.
6) (Visit. Cornwall, 1620. John Fleming, D.D., of Wadda’ College, Oxford, and Thomas Fleming, Esq., of Landithe, co. Cornwall, grandsons of John Fleming, settled at Bristol, son of John Fleming, of the province of Munster, represented by Nicholls, of Trereife, near Penzance). Chequy or and gu.
7) (Rydal, co. Westmoreland, bart.). (Beckermet, co. Cumberland). Motto—Pax, copia, sapientia. Gu. a fret ar. Crest—A serpent, nowed, holding in his mouth a garland of olive and vine all ppr.
8) (Wath, co. Cumberland). Az. two bars ar. on a chief of the second three lozenges gu.
9) (cos. Essex, Hants, Kent, and Salop). Gu. a chev. betw. three owls ar.
10) (co. Gloucester). Gu. fretty or. a fesse az.
11) (Stoneham and Southampton, co. Hants; confirmed 3 June, 1584, to the founder of the family, Sir Thomas Fleming, Knt., Lord Chief Justice of England, temp. James I.). (Sir Thomas Fleming, Lord Mayor of London. Visit. 1568). Gu. on a chev. betw. three owls ar. an erm. spot sa. Crest—An eagle displ. sa. beaked, legged, and ducally gorged or.
12) (co. Lancester; Richard Fleming, Bishop of Lincoln 1420-31, founder of Lincoln College, Oxford). (quartered by Stanley, of Dalgarth and Awsthwaite. Visit. Cumberland, 1615). Barry of six ar. and az. in chief three lozenges gu.
13) (co. Lancaster). Ar. two bars sa. in chief three gadflies of the second.
14) (co. Salop and Wales). Gu. three crescents in fesse erm. betw. seven crosses crosslet fitchee ar. (another, or). Crest—A dexter hand in armour holding a sword all ppr.
15) (Eustow, co. Devon). Gu. a fret ar.
16) (Manchester). Motto—Pax, copia, sapientia. Same Arms. Crest—A serpent nowed ar. holding in the mouth a chaplet vert.
17) (Rayrigg and Belfield, co. Westmorland). Same Arms. Crest—A serpent nowed, holding in his month a garland of olives and vines all ppr.
18) (co. York). Barry of six ar. and az. in chief three water bougets gu.
19) (Brompton Park, co. Middlesex, bart., extinct 1763. Sir John Fleming, created bart. 1763, was son of Robert Fleming, Esq., of Achonry, co. Sligo, by Katharine Spence, his wife; he d. s. p. m.; his dau. and heiress, Jane, m. the third Earl of Harrington). Ar. a chev. gu. a double tressure flory counterflory of the last. Crest—A goat’s head ppr.
20) (co. York). Az. two bars ar. on a chief of the second three cushions of the first tasselled or.
21) (co. York). Ar. a chev. betw. three fleurs-de-lis gu.
22) (Wales). Gu. three crescents erm.
23) (Wales). Gu. semee of crosses crosslet or
24) Chequy or and gu. on a chief of the first three birds az.
25) Or, a chev. az. betw. three bulls’ heads sa. guttee d’or.
26) (Bratton Fleming, co. Devon, extinct temp. Henry VI.; the co-heirs m. Bellew and Dillon). Vair a chief chequy or and gu.
27) (Stoke Fleming; Lucy, dau. and heir of Symon A. Fleming, m. Mohun, circ. 1140). Vair a fess chequy ar. and gu. (sometimes a chief).
28) (granted to Sir Francis Fleming, Lieutenant of the Ordnance, 1549). Gu. a chev. betw. three owls ar. on a pile in chief or, a cannon az. discharged ppr.
29) Barry of six az. and ar. in chief three lozenges or.
30) Gu. a cinquefoil pierced erm.
31) Az. a cinquefoil erm. charged with an annulet of the first.
32) Az. three bars ar. on a chief of the last as many pair of wings conjoined gu.
33) (Cumbernauld; Earl of Wigtoun; title dormant since 1747). Motto—Let the deed shaw. Quarterly, 1st and 4th, gu. a chev. within a double tressure flory counterflory ar., for Fleming; 2nd, az. three frases ar., for Fraser. Crest—A goat’s head erased ar. armed or. Supporters—Two harts ppr. attired with ten tynes or, each with a collar az. charged with three frases ar.
34) (Ferme, bart., 1666). Motto—Sub pondere cresco. Quarterly, as the last, the chev. in the 1st and 4th quarters embattled for diff. Crest—A palm tree ppr.
35) (Borde, Scotland). Motto—Let the deed shaw. Gu. a chev. betw. three frases ar. all within a double tressure flory counterflory of the second. Crest—A goat’s head erased and attired or.
36) (Barrochan, co. Renfrew). Or, a fesse chequy ar. and az. surmounted by a bend of the third. Crest and Motto, as the last.
37) (Hughes-le Fleming, Rydal Hall, co. Westmorland; exemplified to George Cumberland Hughes, 1861, upon his assuming, by royal licence, the additional name of Le Fleming on succeeding to the estates of his kinswoman, Anne Frederica Elizabeth, widow of Sir Daniel Fleming, fifth bart. of Rydal). Motto—Pax, copia, sapientia. Gu. a fret, ar., for Fleming, quartering Hughes, quarterly, or and ar. a lion ramp. az. betw. three fountains ppr. Crests—A serpent nowed, holding in the mouth a wreath of olive and vine leaves all ppr., for Fleming; a lion couchant the dexter paw resting on a fountain, for Hughes.
38) Ar. a fesse engr. gu. in the dexter chief a rose of the last.
39) (Shareston, co. York; granted by Flower, Norrov, 1571). Az. two bars ar. on a chief of the last three maunchcs gu. Crest—A dolphin ar. crowned az. and charged with six pellets.