1) (co. Essex). Ar. three piles wavy gu. Crest—A hand issuing from a clond in fesse, holding a club ppr.
2) (co. Hereford). Ar. three piles wavy gu; meeting in the base point and a bordure or.
3) (co. Hereford). Gu. two lions pass. ar. a bordure az.
4) (co. Nottingham). Or, a hart's head cabossed gu.
5) (alias Candishe) Ar. three piles wavy gu. Crest—A wolf's head couped az. collared and ringed or.
6) (alias Pike) Gu. three piles wavy ar.
7) (Bakewell, co. Derby). Paly wavy of six ar. and gu.
8) Or, on a bend az. three escallops of the field.
9) Ar. a chev. betw. three bucks’ heads couped sa. (another, buck’s heads gu).
10) Ar. three harts’ heads cabossed gu.
11) Or, on a bend az. an escallop ar.
12) (Gernonstown and Killincoole, co. Meath; descended from Roger de Gernon, who went to Ireland with Strongbow, 1172. Fun. Ent. Edward Gernon, Ulster’s Office, 1621). (Athcarne Castle, co. Meath; descended from Thomas Gernon, younger son of Christopher Gernon, Esq., of Drogheda, and brother of Richard Gernon, living 1738, who settled at Bourdeaux). Motto—Parva contemnimus. Ar. an eagle displ. sa. armed, beaked, and gorged with a chaplet or.
13) (Drogheda, Dublin, Bourdeaux, and Paris. Fun. Ent. of the wife of Roger Gernon, of Dublin, Ulster’s Office, 16:20, and Reg. Ped.; descended from John Gernon, second son of Thomas Gernon, Esq., of Gemonstown, who d. 1517). S ame Arms, a crescent for diff. Crest—A horse pass. ar. hoofed or.