1) (Baron Gray). Motto—Anchor, fast anchor. Gu. a lion ramp, within a bordure engr. ar. Crest—An anchor (sans cable) in pale or. Supporters—Two lions guard. gu.
2) (Ballegarno, co. Perth). Motto—Anchor fast. Gu. a lion ramp. ar. in his dexter paw an anchor or, a bordure engr. of the second.
3) (Warriestoun, 1672). Motto—Vigetin cinere virtus. Gu. a lion ramp. ar. in his dexter paw a stalk of wheat ppr. Crest—A lily slipped, seeded, and bladed ppr.
4) (Edinburgh, 1680, cadet of Schivas, co. Aberdeen). Motto—Secura quee prudentes. Gu. a lion ramp. ar. holding betw. his paws an anchor az. environed with an adder ppr.
5) (Haystoun, 1672). Motto—Concussus surgo. (Dr. George Gray, Calcutta, 1749). Gu. a lion ramp. ar. holding in his dexter paw a writing pen ppr. Crest—A fox reguard. ppr.
6) (Carse, co. Forfar). Motto—Anchor fast. Gu. a lion ramp. within a bordure wavy ar. Crest—An anchor fessways fastened to a cable ppr.
7) (Carntyne, formerly of Dalmamock, co. Lanark; now represented by Mrs. Anstruther Thomson, of Charlton, as heir of line). Motto—Fast. Gu. a lion ramp. betw. three cinquefoils ar. all within a bordure engr. of the last. Crest—An anchor cabled, stuck fast in the sea all ppr.
8) (William Gray, Dingwall, Pursuivant, 1726). Motto—Constant. Gu. a lion ramp. ar. within a bordure engr. of the last, charged with eight thistles ppr. Crest—A heart ppr.
9) (Francis Delaval Gray, Esq., 14th Light Dragoons, son and heir of the late John Gray, Esq., of Hartsheath Park, co. Flint, and, maternally, a descendant of the ancient family of Delaval). Mottoes—Over the crest: Clarior e tenebris; under the arms: Vixi liber et moriar. Quarterly, 1st and 4th, gu. within a bordure engr.a lion ramp. ar.; 2nd and 3rd, quarterly, 1st and 4th, erm. two bars vert; 2nd and 3rd, ar. a fesse az. betw. an eagle displ. with two heads in chief and a lion ramp, in base sa. Crest—Out of a mural crown a phoenix in flames ppr.
10) (William Gray, Esq., of York). Barry of six ar. and az. on a bend gu. three roses of the first. Crest—On a chapeau a wivern gu.
11) (Bishopwearmouth, co. Durham). Motto—Anchor, fast anchor. Vert a lion ramp. within a bordure engr. ar. Crest—An anchor erect or, tbe rope waved ppr.
12) (Dowland, co. Essex; granted 1634). Gu. a lion ramp. or, within a bordure engr. erm. a canton of the last. Crest—A ram’s head couped ar.
13) (co. Essex). Ar. a bend vert cotised indented gu.
14) (co. Essex). Barry of six ar. and az. a bend gu.
15) (Exeter). Or, on a bend az. three mullets of the first.
16) (London; granted April, 1635). Barry of six ar. and az. on a bend gu. three chaplets or.
17) (Gray’s Inn, co. Middlesex). Gu. a lion ramp. ar. a bordure gobonated of the last and sa. bezantee.
18) (Newcastle-upon-Tyne). Same Arms. Crest—On a ducal coronet or, a phoenix in flames ppr.
19) (Martin and Tarbrook, co. Norfolk. Visit. 1634). Az. a fesse betw. two chev. or.
20) (Ouchester). Motto—De bon vouloir servir le Roy. Ar. a lion ramp. gu. Crest—A scaling ladder of two rows, ensigned with a ram’s head couped all ppr.
21) Barry of six ar. and az. in chief three torteaux depressed with a label of as many points erm. Crest—In a sun or, a unicorn pass. erm.
22) (Farley Hill Place, co. Berks, and Crompton Fold, co. Lancaster). Motto—Tenebo. Az. a lion ramp, within an orle of annulets ar. a bordure indented erm. Crest—Upon a rock ppr. a bear’s paw erect and erased sa. grasping a snake entwined around it also ppr.
23) (East Bolton, co. Northumberland). Gu. in an orle of eight fleurs-de-lis a lion ramp. ar. the whole within a bordure engr. erm. Crest—A bear’s paw grasping a snake.
24) Ar. a bend vert cotised gu.
25) Ar. three bars az. on a bend gu. as many leopards’ faces or.
26) Barry of six ar. and az. on a bend gu. three escallops (another, fleurs-de-lis) or.
27) (Charleville House, Rathmines, co. Dublin; granted to Sir John Gray, Knt., M.D., Chairman of the Waterworks Committee, Dublin Corporation). Motto—Anchor, fast anchor. “Varty” is commemorative of the zeal and ability evinced by Sir John as Chairman of the [Vartry] Waterworks Committee of the Dublin Corporation) Ar. an anchor erect sa. entwined by a ribbon az. with the word “Vartry” inscribed thereon in letters of gold, on a canton of the third a castle of the first flammant ppr. (as in the arms of the City of Dublin). Crest—An anchor erect sa. entwined, as in the arms, with a ribbon az. with the word “Vartry” inscribed thereon in letters of gold.
28) (granted, 1813, to James Gray, Esq., of Ballincor, King’s co., son of Francis Gray, Esq., of Lehana, co. Cork). Motto—Proestare et prodesse. Ar. three closets az. in chief as many annulets gu. Crest—A demi lion ramp. or, holding in his mouth an annulet, as in the arms.
29) (Ireland; Patent 1612). Ar. three bars az. in chief as many annulets gu. Crest—A griffin’s head erased ar. beaked or, holding in the beak an annulet gu.
30) (Segenhoe, co. Bedford, Essex, and Pellham, co. Hertford). Ar. a bend vert cotised dancettee gu. Crest—A demi woman couped at the waist ppr. hair flotant or, holding in each hand a sprig of laurel vert.