Source for 1-3:
1) (Muckly, co. Argyll). Per fess az. and or, in chief a lion ramp. ar. gorged with an antique crown vert, in base a garb of the first.
2) (Glenboig, co. Stirling, 1796). Ar. four roses in saltire gu. in the centre of the field a sheaf of five arrows ppr. banded az. Crest—A dexter arm couped at the shoulder, the elbow resting on the wreath and grasping a scymitar all ppr. Motto—Pervicax recte.
3) (Glasgow, 1847). Az. on a fess ar. betw. a lion ramp. in chief of the second and a garb in base or, a ship in full sail on the sea betw. a thistle and a stalk of sugarcane, both slipped ppr. a bordure gyronny of eight of the third and sa. Crest—The trunk of an oak tree with a branch sprouting forth on either side ppr. Motto—Reviresco.