1) (Baron Hastings; summoned to Parliament 1264, title passed to Grey of Ruthin, 1391). (Earl of Pembroke; the fourth Baron Hastings was so created 1339, extinct 1391). (Baron Hastings, of Gressing Hall; summoned to Parliament, 1342, vested in Astley, Bart. See Astley, Lord, Hastings). (co. Derby, Dringham, co. Norfolk, co. Oxford, and Fennick, co. York). Or, a maunch gu.
2) (Earl of Huntingdon). Mottoes— In veritate victoria; and, Honorantes me honorabo. (Lord Hastings of Loughborough; created 1558 and 1643, extinct 1666). Ar. a maunch sa. Crest—A bull’s head erased sa. crowned, gorged with a ducal coronet and armed or. Supporters—Two man tigers affrontee or, their visages resembling the human face ppr.
3) (Elford, co. Oxford; Sir Edward Hastings, Knt., descended from Sir Miles Hastings, Knt., of Delsford, co. Worcester. Visit. Oxon, 1574). Same Arms, a crescent for diff.
4) (Rawdon-Hastings, Marquess of Hastings; extinct 1868). Motto—Et nos quoque tela sparsimus. Quarterly, 1st and 4th, ar. a maunch sa., for Hastings; 2nd and 3rd, ar. a fesse betw. three pheons sa., for Rawdon. Crests—1st, Hastings: A bull's head erased sa. armed and ducally gorged or; 2nd, Rawdon: On a mural crown ar. a pheon sa. with a laurel branch issuant thereout ppr. Supporters—Two bears ar. muzzled gu. chains affixed to the muzzles and reflexed over the back or, and fastened by a staple to a trunk of a tree erect ppr. held betw. the forepaws.
5) (Abney-Hastings, Earl of Loudoun). Motto—I bide my time. Quarterly, 1st and 4th, Hastings, ar. a maunch sa.; 2nd and 3rd, Adney, or, on a chief gu. a demi lion issuant ar. Crests—1st, Hastings: A bull's head erased ermines attired and ducally gorged ar.; 2nd, Abney: A demi lion or, the sinister paw resting upon an antique shield, charged with the arms of Hastings. Supporters—Dexter, a chevalier in armour, holding a epear in the right hand ppr. and plumed on the head with three feathers gu.; sinister, a lady nobly dressed, plumed on the head with three feathers ar. and holding in the left hand a letter of challenge.
6) (Abney-Hastings, Willesley Hall, co. Leicester, bart., extinct). Motto—In veritate victoria. Quarterly, 1st and 4th, ar. a maunch sa. a bordure engr. of the last, for Hastings; 2nd and 3rd, or, on a chief gu. a demi lion ramp. ar., for Abney. Crests—1st: A buffalo's head erased erminois, armed and ducally gorged or, for Hastings; 2nd: A demi lion ramp. or, resting the left paw on an antique shield, charged with a maunch as above, for Abney.
7) (Agmondesham, co. Bucks, and cos. Dorset and Leicester). Ar. a maunch sa. Crest—A bull’s head erased sa. attired ar. ducally gorged or.
8) (Cambridge). Erm. on a chief az. two mullets or.
9) (co. Gloucester). Barry of twelve ar. and az. over all an inescutcheon or, charged with a. maunch gu.
10) (co. Gloucester). Or, a maunch gu. over all a bendlet az.
11) (Billesby, co. Lincoln). Ar. a maunch sa. in the middle chief point a trefoil slipped.
12) (Ilinton, co. Northampton; granted 10 July, 1685). Erm. three lozenges in bend betw. two bendlets az. Crest—A demi panther guard. ppr. supporting a lozenge or.
13) (co. Nottingham). Or, a maunch gu. with a label of three points az.
14) (co. Northumberland). Ar. a fesse gu. betw. three maunches sa.
15) (co. Oxford). Ar. a maunch sa. Crest—A demi mermaid, in her hands a comb and mirror all ppr.
16) (co. Oxford). Or, a fesse betw. two mullets gu.
17) (co. Oxford). Or, a lion pass. gu. a label az.
18) (Scotland). Or, a maunch gu. Crest—A bull’s head couped or, armed gu.
19) (Somerset Herald, temp. Henry VIII.). Or, a fesse and two mullets in chief gu.
20) (co. Stafford). Az. a lion ramp. or, tail forked, a chief gu.
21) (co. York). Ar. three maunches sa.
22) Per fesse vert and or, a bull counterchanged.
23) Barry of ten ar. and az. on an inescutcheon or, a maunch gu., an orle of martlets of the last.
24) Ar. a fesse betw. three lozenges az.
25) Ar. a fesse lozengy az.
26) Ar. a chief or, over all a lion ramp. gu.
27) Gu. a bend or.
28) Or, three maunches gu.
29) (Daylesford, co. Worcester; borne by Warren Hastings, Governor General of India). Motto—Mens aequa in arduis. Or, a maunch gu. Crest—A bull’s head gu. armed or.