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1) (Earl of Seaforth; “Chief of Kintail’’). Az. a stag’s head cabossed or. Crest—A mountain in flames ppr. Supporters—Two savages wreathed about the temples and loins with laurel, each holding in the exterior hand a baton erect, with fire issuing out of the top all ppr. Motto—Luceo non uro.
2) (Stewart-Mackenzie, of Seaforth). As Earl of Seaforth, quarterly with the arms of Stewart, Earl of Galloway (q.v.).
3) (Allangrange, 1817; heir male of Seaforth). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, az. a stag’s head cabossed or; 2nd and 3rd, az. a falcon displ. ar. charged on the bresst with a man's heart gu. all betw. three mullets of the second. Crest—A mountain in flames ppr. Supporters—Two savages wreathed about the head and middle with laurel, and holding in their exterior hands clubs erect flaming at the top all ppr. Mottoes—Over the crest: Luceo non uro; below the arms: Vive ut vivas.
4) (Rosehaugh, co. Ross; from the fifth son of the first Lord Mackenzie, of Kintail, Marquess of Bute, the heir of line; the property has gone to younger branches of the Bute family). Az. a stag's head cabossed or, within two laurel branches disposed in orle of the lust. Crest—An eagle rining from a rock ppr. Crest—Firma et ardua.
5) (Tarbet, co. Cromarty, bart., 1628; Earl of Cromartie; granddau. and heiress to. Duke of Sutherland, and was made Countess of Cromartie). Quarterly, 1st, or, a rock in flames ppr., for Macleod, of Lewis; 2nd, az. a stag's head cabossed or, for Mackenzie; 3rd, gu. three human legs armed ppr. conjoined in the centre at the upper part of the thigh, flexed in triangle, garnished and spurred or, for the Isle of Man; 4th, ar. on a pale sa. an imperial crown within for Erskine, of Innerteil. Crest—The sun in his splendour ppr. Supporters—Two savages wreathed about the middle with laurel, holding batons over their shoulders ppr. Motto—Luceo non uro.
"6) (Viscount Fortrose and Earl of Seaforth, in the Peerage of Irsland, extinct 1781; Kenneth Mac Kenzie, son and heir of Kenneth, Lord Fortrose, eldest son of William, fifth Earl of Seaforth, in the Peerage of Scotland, attainted 1715, was raised to the Peerage in Ireland, 1766, when the following arms were recorded in Ulster's Office). Quarterly, 1st and 4lh, sa. a stag's head cabossed or, for
Mac Kenzie; 2nd and 3rd, quarterly, or and gu. a label of three points, each point charged with as many bezants, for Huntingfield. Crest—A mountain in flames ppr. Supporters—Dexter, a white greyhound ppr.; sinister, a savage wreathed about the temples and loins with ivy, and holding over the left shoulder a club all ppr. Motto—Fide parta, fide aucta."
7) (Scatwell, co. Ross, bart., 1703; from a younger brother of Sir John Mackenzie, of Tarbet, first bart.). Quarterly, 1st grand quarter, counter-quartered, 1st, az. a stag’s head cabossed or, for Mackenzie, 2nd, or, a rock in flames ppr., 3rd, az. three legs of man armed ppr. conjoined in the centre, at the upper part of the thighs, flexed in triangle, garnished and spurred or, for Macleod, of Lewis, 4th, az. a stag’s head cabossed or, within a bordure of the second, charged with eight crescents of the first, for Mackenzie, of Findon; 2nd and 3rd grand quarters, az. a stag’s head attired with ten tynes or, within a bordure embattled of the second, for Mackenzie, of Suddie. Crests— 1st, Scatwell; The sun in splendour ppr.; 2nd, Suddy: A dexter hand grasping a sword in bend ppr. Supporters—Two stags ppr. Mottoes—Above the crest: Sine macula; under the arms: Sic itur ad astra.
8) (Scotsburn, a second son of Scatwell, 1733). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, az. a stag’s head cabossed or; 2nd, Macleod, as in the last; 3rd, Man, as in the last, in the centre of the quarters a crescent ar. Crest—The sun in his splendour ppr. Motto—Sans tache.
9) (Kilcoy, co. Ross, bart., 1836; from a younger brother of the first Lord Mackenzie, of Kintail). Quarterly, 1st and 4th grand quarters, az. a stag’s head cabossed surmounted of a mullet betw. the attires or, for Mackenzie; 2nd grand quarter, quarterly, 1st and 4th, az. three cinquefoils ar. two and one, 2nd and 3rd, or, three antique crowns, two and one gu.; 3rd grand quarter, quarterly, 1st and 4th, az. three garbs, two and one or, 2nd and 3rd, quarterly, 1st and 4th, ar. a pale sa.; 2nd and 3rd, az. abend betw. six crosses crosslet, two and one, and one and two, or, all for the earldom of Buchan. Crests—1st: A dexter arm embowed couped at the shoulder, in chain mail, holding a broadsword in bend all ppr.; 2nd: A stag’s head cabossed or, pierced with an arrow ppr. Mottoes—Above the crests: Fide parta, fide sucta; below the arms: Dia’s-mo-Dhuthaich; equivalent to, Pro Deo et patria.
10) (Findon, co. Ross; the dau. and heiress of Sir Roderick Mackenzie, of Findon, nephew of Lord Mackenzie, of Kintail, to. Sir Kenneth Mackenzie, Bart., of Scatwell). Az. a deer’s head cabossed or, within a bordure of the last charged with eight crescents of the first. Crest—A crescent ar. Motto—Crescitque virtute.
11) (Applecross, co. Ross; as recorded 1766; descended from Roderick Mackenzie, eldest son of Alexander Mackenzie, first Baron on Coull). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, az. a stag’s head cabossed or; 2nd and 3rd, ar. a lion ramp. gu., now borne, inconsequence of two descents through females, within a bordure or. Crest—A lion couchant guard. ppr. Mottoes—Over the Crest: Insult me not; below the arms: Fide parta, fide aucta.
12) (Coull, co. Ross, bart., 1673; from the second son of Alexander Mackenzie, of Applecross and Coull, nephew of the first Lord Mackenzie, of Kintail). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, az. a stag’s head cabossed or, for Mackenzie; 2nd and 3rd, gu. a boar’s head couped ar., for Chrisholm. Crest—A boar’s head erect or, betw. the attires of a stag, fixed to a scalp sa. Supporters—Dexter, an armed Highlander in full costume ppr.; sinister, a roebuck ppr. Motto—Pulchrior ex arduis.
13) (Shaw-MacKenzie, of Newhall, co. Cromarty, 1857). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, az. a stag’s head cabossed or, in chief three boars’ heads couped of the second; 2nd and 3rd, az. a fess chequy ar. and of the first betw. three covered cups of the second, for Shaw. Crests—1st, Mackenzie: A stag’s head affrontee and neck couped ppr.; 2nd, Shaw: A dexter hand holding a covered cup ar. Mottoes—Perseverando, for Mackenzie; I mean well, for Shaw.
14) (Muir-Mackenzie, of Delvine, co. Perth, cadet of Coull, bart., 1805). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, ar. on a fesse az. three stars or, for Muir, of Cassencarrie; 2nd and 3rd, az. a stag's head cabossed or, all within a bordure nebulee quarterly gu. and ar. Crest—1st: A palm branch in bend, surmounted by a sword saltireways all ppr.; 2nd: A dexter hand grasping a dart ppr. Supporters—Dexter, a Highlander attired with sword pointing to the ground; sinister, a husbandman resting on a sword both ppr. Motto—In utrumque paratus.
15) (Redcastle, co. Ross; from an uncle of the first Lord Mackenzie, of Kintail). Az. a stag's head cabossed or, within a bordure chequy of the second and first. Crest—A man’s heart in flames within two palm branches in orle all ppr. Motto—Ferendum et sperandum.
16) (Lechwards, co. Ayr; descended of Davochmaluak, 1835). Az. a stag’s head cabossed or, within a bordure of the second, charged with three mullets sa. Crest—A dexter arm embowed, holding a sword in bend all ppr. Motto—Fide parta, fide aucta.
17) (Lieut.-Col. M'Kenzie, 52nd Foot, 1805; descended of Achilty). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, az. a deer’s head cabossed or; 2nd and 3rd, quarterly, 1st and 4th, az. three cinquefoils ar., 2nd and 3rd, gu. three antique crowns or, all within a bordure gu. charged with three mullets ar. Crest—A lady from the middle, holding in the dexter hand a cinquefoil ppr. Motto—Amore vici.
18) (Ardross, co. Boss). Az. a stag's head cabossed or, betw. the attires a spur-rowel erm. Crest—A rugged rock ppr. Motto—Truth will prevail.
19) (Fairburn, co. Ross). Az. a deer’s head cabossed or, within a bordure embattled ar. Crest—A mountain in flames ppr. Motto—Fide parta, fide aucta.
20) (Suddie, co. Ross; the heiress m. Sir James Wemyss Mackenzie, Bart., of Scatwell). Az. a deer’s head cabossed or, within a bordure embattled of the last. Crest—A dexter hand grasping a sword in bend ppr. Motto—Sic itur ad astra.
21) (Gairloch, co. Ross, bart.). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, az. a stag’s head cabossed or; 2nd and 3rd, az. three frases ar. Crest—A dexter arm holding a garland of laurel ppr. Motto—Virtute et valore.
22) (Portmore, co. Peebles, cadet of Gairloch). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, az. a stag’s head cabossed or; 2nd and 3rd, az. three frases or; over all, in the centre of the quarters, a wolf's head erased or. Crest—A dexter arm from the elbow, holding a wreath of laurel ppr. Motto—Virtute et valore.
23) (Colin Mackenzie, Deputy Keeper of the Great Seal, 1874). As the last, within a bordure per pale or and ar. Same Crest and Motto.
24) (Hiltoun, co. Inverness; derived from Duncan, second son of Alexander, seventh Baron of Kintail). Az. a stag’s head cabossed or, betw. the attires a dirk point downwards ar. hilted of the second. Crest—Two hands holding a two-handed sword in bend ppr. Motto—Always faithful.
25) (England). Az. a stag’s head cabossed or, betw. three fleurs-de-lis ar. one in chief and two in base.
26) (Fawley Court, co. Buckingham, and Newbie, co. Dumfries). Or, a cross parted and fretty az. betw. in the first and fourth quarters a stag's head cabossed of the last, and in the second and third quarters a mountain in flames ppr. Crest—A stag’s head cabbosed az. within the attires a cross couped or, the whole betw. two stag's horns gold.
27) (Auchenskeoch, co. Kirkcudbright, and Craig's, co. Dumfries). Same Arms and Crest, a crescent for diff.
28) (Warmanbie, co. Dumfries). Same Arms and Crest, a mullet for diff.
29) (Gillott’s, co. Oxford). Same Arms and Crest, a martlet for diff.
30) (Montagu-Stcuart-Wortley-Mackenzie, Earl of Wharacliffe, page 1137). The 3rd Lord Wharncliffe was created an earl 1876, and assumed, 1880, by royal licence, the prefix surname of Montagu, in conjunction with his either, Francis, when the following arms were exemplified:—Quarterly, 1st, az. a stag's head caboshed within two branches of laurel or, for Mackenzie; 2nd, ar. on a bend betw. six martlets, gu. three bezants a canton charged with the arms of Stuart, beiug those of the 3rd quarter, for Wortley; 3rd, or, a fesse chequy az. and ar. within a double tressure flory counterflory gu., for Stuart; 4th, ar. three lozenges conjoined in fesse gu. within a bordure sa., for Montagu. Crests—1st, an eagle rising from a rock ppr. aad in an escrol over, the motto, Firma et Ardua, for Mackenzie; 2nd, an eagle’s leg, erased or, issuant therefrom three ostrich feathers ppr. charged on the thigh with a fesse chequy az. and ar. for Wortley; 3rd, a demi lion ramp. gu.; and in an escrol over, the motto, Nobilis Ira, for Stuart; 4th, a griffin’s head couped or, wings endorsed and beak sa. Supporters—Dexter, a horse ar. bridled gu.; sinister, a stag ppr. attired or, eaeh gorged with a collar flory couterflory of the second. Mottoes—Avito viret Honore; Nobilis Ira; and Firma et Ardua.
31) (Winchester, formerly Scotland, 1879). Per fesse ar. and az. a buck's head cabossed counterchanged, in dexter chief a holly leaf ppr. Crest—A buck's head, as in the arms. Motto—I face all weathers.

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