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Blazons & Genealogy Notes1) (Fuller-Acland-Hood, Ban., St. Audries, Somerset). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, quarterly, 1st and 4th, az. a fret ar. on a chief sa. three crescents or, for Hood, 2nd, chequy ar. and sa. a fesse gu., for Acland, 3rd, ar. three bars and a canton gu., for Fuller; 2nd, Hood; 3rd, Periam, gu. a chev. engr. betw. three leopards’ faces or. Crests— 1st, Hood: A Cornish chough holding an anchor on the dexter side in bend sinister ppr.; 2nd, Acland: A man's band couped at the wrist in a glove lying fessewise, thereon a falcon perched all ppr. Motto—Zealous.
2) (Viscount Hood). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, erminois three cats-a-mountain pass. guard. in pale az. each charged on the body with an erm. spot or, for Tibbets; 2nd and 3rd, az. a fret ar. on a chief or, three crescents sa., for Hood. Crests— 1st, Tibbets: A demi cat-a-mountain guard, az. gorged with a collar gemel, and charged on the body with three erm. spots, two and one or; 2nd, Hood: A Cornish chough sa. in front of an anchor in bend sinister or. Supporters—Dexter, a merman, in his exterior hand a trident; sinister, a mermaid, in her exterior hand a mirror all ppr. Motto—Ventis secundis.
3) (Viscount Bridport). Az. a fret ar. on a chief or, three crescents sa. Crest—A Cornish chongh ppr. supporting with the dexter claw an anchor or. Supporters—Dexter, Neptune ppr. mantled vert, supporting with the left arm a trident, and resting the right upon an anchor or; sinister, a sea-lion ar. supporting with the sinister paw an anchor or. Motto—Steady.
4) (Tidlake, co. Surrey, since of Wootton, co. Somerset, bart.). Az. a fret ar. on a chief sa. three crescents or. Crest—A Cornish chough holding an anchor on the dexter side in bend sinister ppr. Motto—Zealous.
5) (Cockburn-Hood, Stoneridge, co. Berwick). Quarterly sa. and ar. a bend or, on a chief of the second a lion’s head erased betw. two cocks gu. Crest—A demi archer, clothed and accoutred ppr. Mottoes—Over the crest: Swift and sure; below the arms: Olim sic erat.
6) (Nettleham Hall, co. Lincoln). Az. a fret ar. on a chief sa. three crescents or. Crest—A hooded crow, in the beak a Scotch thistle, in the dexter claw a sword all ppr. Motto—Esse quam videri.
7) or Hoods (Rector of Lincoln College, co. Oxford, of Ickford, near Brille, co. Buckingham, d. 3 Aug. 1668). Az. a fret ar. on a chief sa. three crescents or. Crest—A Cornish chough sa. beaked and membered gu.
8) (Bardon Park, co. Leicester; originally settled at Wilford, near Nottingham). Az. a fret ar. on a chief sa. three crescents or, quartering Snell, Harrison, Fiennes, &c. Crest—A demi talbot ppr. collared and lined or. Motto—Manners maketh man.
9) Chequy or and gu. a canton sa.