1) (Brough Hall, co. York, bart., extinct 1834; Sir Henry Lawson, sixth and last bart., d. s. p., when his estates passed to his nephew, William Wright, son of John Wright, Esq., of Kelvedon Hall, co. Essex, by Elizabeth Lawson, his wife, second dau. of Sir John Lawson, fifth bart., who assumed the name of Lawson, and was created a bart. 1841). Crest granted 1592. Ar. a chev. betw. three martlets sa. Crest—On a chapeau gu. turned up erm. a martlet sa.
2) (Brough Hall, co. York, bart.). Motto—Leve et reluis. (Longhirat, co. Northumberland; descended from Robert Lawson, of Longhirst, whose will bears date 1610). (Neaham Abbey, co. Durham; descended from Thomas Lawson, d. 1499, m. the heiress of Cramlington, of Cramlington). Motto—Rise and shine. (Little Osworth, co. Durham; confirmed 1558). Ar. a chev. betw. three martlets sa. Crest—Two flexed arms ar. supporting the rising sun ppr.
3) (Popleton and Moreby, co. York; descended from Sir George Lawson, Knt., Treasurer of Berwick-upon- Tweed, temp. Henry VIII., and Lord Mayor of York in 1530; represented by Lawson, of Aldborough Lodge and Boroughbridge Hall, co. York). Motto—Loyal, secret; Loyal, confidential—adopted by Sir George Lawson, Knt., on his appointment as Treasurer of Berwick-upon-Tweed. Paly of four gu. and vert, on a chev. or, a greyhound’s head erased sa. betw. two cinquefoils az. on a chief of the third an ogress, thereon a demi lion ramp. ar. betw. two crescents of the fourth, on each three plates. Crest—A wolf's head erased ppr. charged on the neck with three bezants, one and two, betw. the bezants a collar vert.
4) (co. York). Paly of six gu. and vert, on a chev. ar. three wolves’ heads erased sa. on a chief or, as many ogresses.
5) (Ushworth). Per pale sa. and ar. a chev. counter-changed.
6) (Isell, co. Cumberland, bart., extinct 1806; descended from John Lawson, Lord of Fawlesgrave, temp. Henry III.; Wilfred Lawson, Esq., of Isell, was created a bart. 1688; Sir Wilfred Lawson, tenth bart., d. s. p., and bequeathed the estates of Thomas Wybergh, aon of Thomas Wybergh, Esq., of Clifton Hall, co. Weatmoreland, by Isabella Hartley, his wife, sister of Anne, the wife of Sir Wilfrid, he d. s. p. 1812, and was s. by his brother, Wilfrid Wybergh, Esq., of Brayton, co. Cumberland, who assumed the name of Lawson, and was created a bart. 1831). Per pale ar. and sa. a chev. counterchanged.
7) (Brayton, co. Cumberland, bart., created 1831). Motto—Quod honeatum utile. Per pale ar. and sa. a chev. counterchanged, a canton sa. charged with two bars or. Crest—Out of clouds ppr. two arma embowed, vested erminoia, cuffs sa. holding a sun also ppr.
8) (Longhirst, co. Northumberland). Ar. a chev. betw. three martlets sa. Crest—Two arms embowed couped at the elbow, vested erm. cuffed ar. supporting in the hands ppr. the sun in splendour gold.
9) (Cramlington, co. Northumberland). Motto—Tant que je puis. Quarterly, 1st and 4th, quarterly, 1st and 4th, ar. a chev. betw. three martlets sa., for Lawson, 2nd and 3rd, ar. two chev. betw. three trefoils vert, for De Cardonel (granted to Mansfeldt, Esq., of Chirton, co. Northumberland); 2nd and 3rd grand quarters, Hilton, of Hylton Castle, co. Durham. Crests— 1st: Two arms embowed supporting a sun ppr., motto over, Rise und shine, for Lawson; 2nd: A dove ppr., for De Cardonnel.
10) (London). Per pale ar. and sa. a chev. counterchanged, in chief an escallop of the second.
11) (Boghall and Cairnmuir, co. Peebles). Ar. a saltire and chief sa. on the last three garbs or.
12) (Humbie, co. Haddington). Az. two crescents ar. in chief and a star in base or.
13) (Halheriot, co. Edinburgh, Lord Provost of Edinburgh, 1863). Motto—Dominus providebit. Per saltire ar. and aa. a saltire gu. on a chief az. three garbs or. Crest—A garb or.
14) Ar. on a bend betw. two trefoils slipped sa. three mascles or.