1) (Leynthall, and Hampton Court, co. Hereford, Lachford, Great Haseley, Burford Priory, and Yelford Hastings, co. Oxford, and Besselsleigh, co. Berks ; derived from Sir Rowland Lenthall, Knt., of Hampton Court, Master of the Robes to Henry IV., and one of the Commanders at Agincourt; William Lenthall, Speaker of the House of Commons temp. Charles I. was immediate ancestor of the Lenthalls of Burford Priory, co. Oxford, and of Besselsleigh, co. Berks). Ar. on a bend cotised sa. three mullets or. Crest—A greyhound saliant sa. collared or.
2) (Lachford, co. Oxford ; William Lenthall, of Lachford, Visit. Oxon, 1574, great-grandson of Thomas Lenthall, the son of John Lenthall, of Lenthall). Ar. on a bend cotised sa. three mullets pierced or, quartering sa. a bend fusily ar., another coat of Lenthall, also Badley, Pypard, and Willie.
3) (Besselsleigh Manor, Abingdon). (Monkton, co. Devon; Peter Lenthall, of that place, at Visit. Devon, 1620, grandson of Edward Lenthall, a younger son of Lenthall, of Lachford, who left the co. Oxford, and settled at Monkton). Ar. on a bend cotised sa. three mullets or. Crest—A greyhound saliant sa. collared or. Motto—Azincourt.
4) (co. Dorset). Same Arms. Crest—A greyhound in full course sa. collared or.
5) Ar. two bars sa. each charged with three mullets or.