1) (Viscount Gough). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, gu. on a mount vert a lion pass. guard. or, supporting with the dexter paw the union flag ppr. and over the same, in chief, the words “ China, India,” in letters of gold; 2nd and 3rd, az. on a fesse ar. betw. three boars’ heads couped or, a lion pass. gu. (being his family arms), in the centre chief point, pendent from a riband ar. fimbriated az. a representation of the badge of the Spanish Order of Charles III. ppr. and on a chief a representation of the east wall of the fortress of Tarifa, with a breach betw. two turrets, and on the dexter turret the British flag flying also ppr. Crests—In the centre, on a wreath, a boar’s head couped at the neck or; on the dexter side, on a mural crown ar. a lion pass. guard. or, holding in the dexter paw two flag-staves in bend sinister ppr. the one bearing the union-flag of Great Britain and Ireland, surmounting the other, the staff thereof broken, with a triangular banner flowing therefrom, being intended to represent a Chinese flag, having thereon the device of a dragon, in an escroll, above the word “China;” on the sinister side, on a wreath, a dexter arm embowed, in the uniform of the 87th regiment, being gu. faced vert, the hand grasping the colour of the said regiment displ. and a representation of a French eagle reversed and depressed, the staff broken ppr. in an escroll above the word “Barrosa". Supporters—On the dexter side a lion reguard. or, gorged with an eastern crown gu. with chain reflexed over the back gold, the rim of the crown inscribed “Punjab ” in letters also gold; on the sinister side a dragon (intended to represent the device upon a Chinese flag, granted to Viscount Gough in the crest of honourable augmentation) or, gorged with a mural crown sa. inscribed with the word “China,” and chained gold. Mottoes—Over the family crest, “Faugh a Ballagh;” over the first crest, “China;” and over the third, “Barrosa;” under the arms, “Goojerat."
2) (Bristol, co. Gloucester, cos. Radnor and Somerset). Ar. three boars' heads couped sa. armed or.
3) (Oldfallings and Perry Hall, co. Stafford). Motto—Domat omnia virtus. (exemplified, 1845, to the Hon. Frederick Gough-Calthorpe, on his taking the surname and arms of Gough only. The licence extended to his issue). Gu. on a fesse ar. betw. three boars’ beads couped or, a lion pass. az. Crest—A boar’s head couped ar. devouring a broken spear gu.
4) (Marshe, co. Salop). Sa. three nags’ heads erased ar.
5) (Meriatt, co. Somerset). Gu. on a fesse or, betw. three boars’ heads couped ar. a lion pass. of the field. Crest—A boar’s head couped at the neck ar.
6) (co. Warwick). Chequy or and az. a fesse erm.
7) (co. Lincoln, 1640, and Wales). Az. three boars pass. ar. two and one.
8) Ar. on a chev. gu. three lions pass. guard. or.
9) (Ireland; Garrett Gough, settled in Ireland, 1530, Reg. Ulster’s Office, by Carney, Ulster). (Kilmanahan, co. Waterford; allowed by Hawkins, Ulster, 1717). (Ballyorley, co. Wexford; Clement Gough, Esq., of Ballyorley, temp. William III., descended from the preceding, m. Mary, dau. of Rickard Donovan, of Clonmore, same co.). Az. a chev. betw. two fleurs-de-lis in chief and a lion ramp. in base or. Crest—A wyvern, tail nowed ppr.
10) (granted, 1816, to George Gough, Esq., of Woodstown, co. Limerick; descended from Right Rev. Francis Gough, Bishop of Limerick). Az. on a fess ar. betw. three boars’ heads couped or, a lion pass. gu. Crest—A boar’s head couped at the neck or, tusked ar. Motto—Gradu diverso via una.
11) (or Gough). (Sir James Goghe, knighted by Sir George Carey, Lord Deputy, 29 Sept. 1603). Az. a chev. betw. two fleurs-de-lis in chief and a lion ramp. in base or.
12) Az. a boar ar.