1) (Barons of Courtstown, and Lords of Grace’s country, co. Kilkenny). Supporters as they appear on the monument of Sir Oliver Grace, in Jerpoint Abbey, co. Kilkenny. Mottoes—En grace affie; and, Concordant nomine facta. (Ballylinch Castle, co. Kilkenny, and Shanganagh, now Gracefield, Queen’s County). Gu. a lion ramp. per fesse ar. and or. Crest—A demi lion ramp. ar. Supporters—A demi lion and a talbot.
2) (Mantua House, co. Roscommon: Oliver Dowell John Grace, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of Mantua House, co. Roscommon, and Gracefield, Queen's co., M.P. for the former co., chief of his house, and male representative of the ancient feudal Lords of Courtstown, bore a shield of nine quarterings). Mottoes—En grace affie; and, Concordant nomine facta. Gu. a lion ramp. per fesse ar. and or, quartering Windsor, Butler, Sheffield, Dowell, &c. Crests—1st: A demi lion ramp. ar.; 2nd: An arm embowed in armour, holding a dagger all ppr.
3) (Grace Castle, co. Kilkenny, bart.). Mottoes—Over the crests: En grace afflie; under the arms: Concordant nomine facta. (Knole House, co. Sussex; as borne by Sheffield Grace, Esq., of that place, Barrister-at-law, LL.D., F.S.A., brother of Sir William Grace, Bart.). Quarterly, 1st, gu. a lion ramp, per fesse ar. and or, for Grace (modern); 2nd, gu. a saltire ar. betw. twelve crosses crosslet or, for Grace (ancient, alias Windsor); 3rd, or, a chief indented az. in bend three escallop shells counterchanged, for Butler, Lord Dunboyne; 4th, ar. a chev. betw. three garbs gu., for Sheffield, Duke of Buckingham and Normandy. Crests—1st, for Grace: A demi lion ramp. ar.; 2nd, for Sheffield: A boar's head and neck erased or.
4) (Ellington, co. Durham, cos. Somerset and Wilts). Gu. a lion ramp. or, within an orle of cinquefoils of the second. Crest—A lion pass. per fesse ar. and or.
5) (London). Gu. semee of cinquefoils, a lion ramp. ar.
6) Or, a lion ramp. vert.
7) Az. three lions ramp. or, a chief ar.
8) (Ellington, co. Hunts). Gu. semee of cinquefoils or, a lion ramp. per pale ar. and or.
9) (Burley, Leeds). Gu. a lion ramp. per fess erm. and erminois betw. two roses ar. barbed and seeded ppr.
10) Az. three lions ramp. or, a chief of the first fretty ar.
11) Az. a fesse betw. three lions ramp. or (another, ar.).
12) Gu. a lion ramp. per fesse indented ar. and or. Crest—A demi lion ramp. ar.
13) Ar. a chev. sa. betw. three round buckles gu.
14) (Hamilton Grace, Knole, Frant, Tunbridge Wells, co. Sussex; Lieut.-Col. Sheffield Hamilton Grace, of Knole, only son of Sheffield Grace, Esq. of Knole, LL.D., by Harriet Georgiana, his wife, dau of General Sir John James Hamilton, 1st bart., of Woodbrook, and sister and co-heir of Sir James John Hamilton, 2nd bart. of Woodbrook, assumed by royal licence, dated 21 Feb. 1880, the prefix surname of Hamilton). Motto—Concordant nomine facta. Quarterly, 1st and 4th, gu. a lion ramp. per fesse ar. and or, a crescent for diff., for Grace. 2nd and 3rd counter quartered. 1st and 4th, gu. three cinquefoils erm. 2nd and 3rd, ar. a lymphad, sails furled, sa. in the fesse point, a crescent of the last, together with the honourable augmentation, viz., a chief ar. thereupon a mount vert, inscribed, “Alba de Tormes,” in letters gold, a castle, with the wail on either side broken, and from the battlement the flag of Spain flying ppr., for Hamilton, of Woodbrook. Crests—1st, Grace, a demi lion ramp. ar. Motto over, En grace affe; 2nd, for hon. augmentation, a mount vert, thereon a castle, as in the arms, and in the escrole above the Motto over “Alba de Tormes'" 3rd, Hamilton, an oak tree ppr. charged with a crescent sa. a frame saw, through the fessewise, also ppr. Motto over, Through.