1) (Draycot, co. Wilts, and Wanstead, co. Essex ; settled at a very remote period at Wraxall, and afterwards at Draycot, by marriage with the heiress of Cerne; Katherine Long, eldest dau. and heiress of Sir James Tilney Long, Bart., d. 1805, m. the Hon. William Wellesley Pole, only son of Lord Maryborough). Sa. semee of crosses crosslet, a lion ramp, ar., quartering Popham, Seymour, and Child. This coat bears a strong resemblance to that of the Preux family, "sa. semee of crosses crosslet or, three lioncels ramp. ar. ; "and supports in some degree the tradition mentioned by Camden, of the origin of the Longs, from a younger son of the house of Preux, which was seated at Gidley Castle, co. Devon, soon after the Conquest, and of which was William Le Preux, M.P. for Wilton, co. Wilts, 28 Edward I. Crest—Out of a ducal coronet or, a demi lion ramp. ar. Another Crest was granted by Henry Vlll. to Sir Henry Long, of Wraxall and Draycot, for his gallantry at Therouenne, viz., a lion's head ar. in its mouth a hand erased gu.
2) (Potterne, Little Cheverell, Melksam, and Collingbourne Kingston, co. Wilts; derived, it is presumed, from a younger son of the Wraxall family; Thomas Long, Esq., of Little Cheverell and Potterne, High Sheriff of co. Wilts in 1652, left four sons: 1) John, who d. s.p.; 2) Richard, who m. Elizabeth, sister and heiress of Henry Long, Esq., of Rowde Ashton, and was ancestor of Long, now of Rowde Ashton, со. Wilts; 3) Thomas, ancestor of Long, now of Preshaw, co. Hants; and 4) William, ancestor of Long, of Baynton). Motto—Pieux quoique preux. Same Arms. Crest—Out of a ducal coronet or, a demi lion ramp. ar.
3) (granted in 1589, to Gifford Long, Esq., of Rowde Ashton, Sheriff of co. Wilts in 1624, whose granddaughter, Elizabeth, m. Richard Long, Esq. of Collingbourne Kingston). Sa. a lion pass. ar. on a chief of the second three crosses crosslet of the first. Crest—Out of a ducal coronet a lion's head erased sa. guttee d'eau.
(Longville, Jamaica, and Hampton Lodge, co. Surrey; descended from John Long, of Netheravon, co. Wilts, d. 1630; Samcel Long, his grandson, having participated in the conquest of Jamaica by Penn and Venables, bccame a person of great consideration in that island, where his great-grandson, Edward Long, Esq., filled the office of chief Justice of the Vice-Admiralty Court). Motto—Pieux quoique preux. Sa. a lion pass. ar. holding in the dexter paw a cross crosslet fitchée or, on a chief of the second three crosses crosslet of the field, quartering Tate, Zouche, and St. Maur. Crest—Out of a ducal coronet or, a lion’s head ar. guttée de sang.
4) (Baron Farnborough, extinct 1838). Motto—Ingenuas suscipit artes. Same Arms and Crest. Supporters—Two lions reguard. ar. guttée de sang, cach gorged with a ducal coronet or, thereto pendent an escutheon sa. charged with a cross crosslet ar.
5) (Trowbridge, co. Wilts; granted, 1661, to Тhomas Long, Esq., of Trowbridge, a descendant of the Longs, of Wraxall, and borne by Long, of Whaddon and Beckington). Sa. semée of crosses crosslet a lion ramp. ar. all betw. two flaunches erm. Crest—Out of a crescent or, a lion’s head sa. guttée d'eau.
6) (co. Gloucester; Walter Long, son of Walter Long, living temp. Henry VIII., the grandson of Robert Long, a younger son of Long, of the co. Wilts. Visit. Devon, 1620). Sa. semee of crosses pattee a lion ramp. ar. on the breast a mullet for diff.
7) (Isle of Wight; Simon Long; his dau. Mary, m. Sir William Allen, Knt., Mayor of London in 1572. Visit. London, 1563). Sa. semée of crosses crosslet a lion ramp. ar. a border engr. or.
8) (Souldan, co. Hertford, and Barrow, co. Suffolk). Gu. a saltire engr. or, on a chief of the last three crosses crosslet of the first. Crest—A lion ramp. gu. holding a saltire engr. or.
9) (Spixworth Park, co. Norfolk). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, gu. a saltire engr. or, on a chief of the last three cross crosslets of the 1st; 2nd and 3rd, or, two leopards’ faces in pale betw. two flaunches gu. Crest—A lion sejant ramp. gu. supporting a saltire gu. engr. or.
10) (West Hackney, co. Middlesex). Or, a lion ramp. betw. three escutcheons sa. each charged with a quatrefoil of the first. Crest—Upon a mount in front of a tree ppr. a wyvern couchant vert. Motto—Confide recte agens.
11) (Reg. Ulster’s Office). Sa. semée of crosses crosslet and a lion ramp. ar. langued and armed gu. Crest—Out of a ducal coronet or, a lion’s head gu.
12) (Reg. Ulster's Office to one of Oliver Cromwell’s colonels, sent to Ireland 1649). Sa. a lion ramp. ar. armed and langued gu. betw. two flanges erm.
13) (Clerkenwell, London). Per bend sinister ar. and sa. a lion ramp. of the field crusily counterchanged. Crest—A lion’s head erased per pale ar. and sa. charged with three guttées counterehanged, two and one.
14) (London). Motto—Iram leonis noli timere. Or, crusily a lion ramp. gu. Crest—A lion's head erased gu.
15) (Swinthorpe, co. Norfolk). Ar. three pales sa. each charged with three leopards’ heads or. Crest—On a mount vert a greyhound courant sa. collared and lined erm.
16) Sa. semée of crosses crosslet a lion ramp. ar. within a bordure chequy or and gu. Crest—Out of a five-leaved coronet or, a demi lion ramp. ar.