1) (Gissing, co. Norfolk, bart.). Gu. three garbs and a border engr. or. Crest—On a garb or, a pelican vulning herself ppr. Motto—Lucem spero.
2) (Inner Temple, London; Leonard Kempe and Bartholomew Kempe, sons of Francis Kempe, and grandsons of Francis Kempe second son of Bartholomew Kempe, gent., of Gissing, co. Norfolk. Visit. Middlesex, 1663). Same Arms. Crest—A falcon ppr. hooded gu. beaked and belled or. Another Crest—On a garb or, a pelican rising gold, vulning herself ppr.
3) (Westbroke, co. Norfolk, and South Mailing, co. Sussex). Gu. a fesse erm. betw. three garbs or, all within a bordure of the second. Crest—On a garb lying fesseways or, a falcon with wings endorsed erm.
4) (Comistoun, Scotland). Gu. two hands holding a two-handed sword in bend sinister, broken near the top ar.
5) Ar. a lion ramp. gu. on a chief sa. three escallops of the field. Crest—A goat statant ar.
6) Gu. three garbs within a border engr. or, entoyre of pomeis. Crest—On a mount vert a pelican or, charged on the breast with a pomeis, picking at a garb gold.
7) (co. Devon). Gu. a bend vair betw. three (another, six) escallops ar.
8) (granted to George Brookes Kemp, Esq., of Goodyers, Hendon, co. Middlesex). Per pale az. and gu. a mascle betw. three garbs or, a border nebulee of the last. Crest—A garb fesseways or, thereon feeding her young a pelican, wings elevated sa. vulned ppr., charged on the breast with three annulets interlaced, and gorged with a collar gemel or.
9) (Hinchin-Kemp; exemplified to Frederick William Hinchin, Esq., of Hawley Square, Margate, co. Kent, upon his assuming the additional surname of Kemp by royal licence, 13 June, 1868). Per pale az. and gu. a mascle betw. three garbs or, a border nebulee of the last. Crest—On a garb fesswise or, a pelican feeding her young, wjngs elevate; sa. vulned ppr. charged on the breast with three annulets interlaced, and gorged with a collar gemel gold. Motto—Honestas et veritas.
10) (Olantigh, co. Kent; a very ancient family, of which were Cardinal John Kempe, Archbishop of Canterbury, who d. in 1454, and Thomas Kempe, Bishop of London, who d. 4 Henry VII. The daus. and co-heirs of Sir Thomas Kempe, Knt., of Olantigh, who d. in 1607, were Mary, m. to Sir Duddley Digges, Knt.; Anne, m. to Sir John Cutts, Knt.; Dorothy, m. to Sir John Chichele; and Amy, m. to Sir Henry Skipwith. One branch of the Kempes of Olantigh is now represented by Thomas Read Kemp, Esq., of Kemp Town, Brighton; and from another, settled at Lavethan, co. Cornwall, descend the Kempes of that county, from whom derive William Kempe, Esq., of Teign Villa, co. Devon, formerly of Roath Castle, co. Glamorgan, son of the late Samuel Kempe, Esq., of Rosteage co. Cornwall; and the Rev. Charles Trevanion Kempe, son of the late Admiral Arthur Kempe). Gu. three garbs within a bordure engr. or. Crest—On a garb lying fesseways or, a falccon, wings endorsed ppr. The Cornish Kempes bear the falcon without the garb.
11) (Slindon, co. Sussex; the heiress, Barbara, dan. of Anthony Kempe, Esq., o fSlindon, m. James Bartholomew, third Earl of Newburgh). Same Arms, &c.
12) (Spain’s Hall, co. Essex, and co. Suffolk). Ar. a chev. engr. gu. betw. three estoiles az. Crest—An arm couped at the elbow vested ar. charged with two bends wavy az. cuffed of the first, holding in the hand ppr. a chaplet vert.
13) (Pentlow, co. Essex, bart., extinct 1667; descended from George Kempe, sixth son of Willam Kempe, Esq., of Spain’s Hall). Same Arms, &c.
14) (Dover, co. Kent; granted 1641). Az. a fesse betw. three garbs or, a border engr. of the last. Crest—A demi griffin or, winged gu. holding a garb of the first.
15) (cos. Kent end Suffolk). Gu. a bend engr. betw. three garbs or.
16) (co. Norfolk). Or (another, erm.) on a saltire engr. gu. five fleurs-de-lis of the field.
17) (co. Norfolk). Az. a bend engr. betw. three garbs or.
18) (co. Oxford; arms in Merton Hall Coll. Visit. Oxon, 1574). Gu. three garbs or, a border engr. of the last (another, in the Divinity School, Oxford, the border ar.).
19) (London; Edward Kempe, Mercer, fourth son of Bartholomew Kempe, Esq., of Gissing, co. Norfolk. Visit. London, 1568). Quarterly, gu. and ar. in the 1st and 4th quarters three garbs or, a border of the last, a martlet for diff.
20) (Cavendish, co. Suffolk). Ar. on a chev. engr. gu. betw. three estoiles az. an annulet or.