1) (Lumley Castle, co. Durham). Gu. six martlets ar.
2) (Baron Lumley, under attainder since 1537: Sir Ralph de Lumley was summoned to Parliament 1384). Gu. six martlets ar., original arms, and after the marriage of Sir Robert de Lumley, temp. Edward II., with Lucia, sister and co-heir of William de Tuweng, Baron Thweng, of Kilton Castle, co. York, the arms of that family, viz., Or, a fess gu. betw. three parrots ppr. collared of the second.
3) (Earl of Scarborough). Ar. a fesse gu. betw. three parrots vert, collared of the second. Crest—A pelican in her piety ppr. Supporters—Two parrots, wings inverted vert. Motto—Murus aëneus conscientia sana.
4) (Great Bradfield, co. Essex, bart., extinct 1771; of Italian descent). Or, a chief gu. Crest—An eagle displ. sa. crowned or.
5) (cos. Middlesex and York). Ar. a fesse gu. betw. three parrots ppr. gorged with collars of the second. Crest—A pelican in her piety ppr.
6) (Harbing, co. Lincoln). Gu. a fesse betw. three pigeons ar. Crest—A pigeon ar. in the beak a laurel sprig vert.
7) (co. Worcester). Ar. a fess gu. betw. three pansy flowers ppr.
8) (Lord Mayor of London). Ar. a chief vert.
9) (Clipston, co. Northampton). Gu. on a fesse betw. three popinjays ar. as many mullets sa.