1) (Earl of Durham). - Quarterly, 1st, sa. a fesse betw. three lambs pass, ar., for Lambton; 2nd, ar. a fesse gu. betw. three popinjays vert, collared of the second, for Lumley; 3rd, ar. an inescutcheon sa. within an orle of cinquefoils gu., for Hedworth; 4th, ar. three cinquefoils gu., for D'Arcy. Сrests—1st, Lambton: A ram’s head cabossed ar. attired sa.; 2nd, Hedworth: A woman’s head affrontée, couped at the breast ppr. hair flowing or, wreathed about the temples with a garland of cinquefoils gu. pierced of the second; 3rd, D'Arcy: Out of a ducal coronet or, an antelope’s head issuant, winged ar. attired and barbed of the first. Supporters—Two lions, the dexter gu. the sinister az. each ducally gorged and supporting a staff or, therefrom banners of the second, the dexter banner charged with a cross patonce and the sinister with a lion pass. guard. of the third. Motto—Le jour viendra.
2) (co. York). - Sa. a fesse betw. three lambs ar. Crest—A ram’s head cabossed ar. attired sa.
3) Gu. a chev. betw. three lambs’ heads couped ar.