1) (Ireland). Or, a lion ramp. az. Crest—A demi husbandman holding over the dexter shoulder an ox-yoke ppr.
2) (Baron Hartland, extinct 1845). Or, a lion ramp. az. armed and langued gu. Crest—An heraldic tiger statant, holding in the dexter paw a broken tilting spear all ppr. Supporters—Dexter, a lion guard, az.; sinister, a atag ppr. ducally gorged and chained or. Motto—Periculum fortitudine evasi.
3) (Pakenham-Mahon; exemplified to Henry Sandford Pakenham, Esq., who m. Grace, dau. and heiress of Dsms Mahon, Esq., of Strokestown, co. Roscommon, upon his assuming, by royal licence, 1847, the additional surname and arms of Mahon). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, or, a lion ramp. az. armed and langued gu., for Mahon; 2nd and 3rd, quarterly, or and gu., in the 1st quarter an eagle displ. vert, a martlet for diff., for Pakenham. Crest—An heraldic tiger pass. holding in the dexter paw a broken tilting spear ppr. Motto—Periculum fortitudine evasi.
4) (Castlegar, co. Galway, bart.). Per fesse sa. and ar. an ostrich counterchanged. Crest—A dexter arm in armour embowed ppr. garnished or, holding in the hand a dagger also ppr. pommel and hilt gold. Motto—Moniti meliora sequamur.
5) Gu. out of a maunch erm. a hand ppr. holding a fleur-de-lis or.
6) (Cavetown, co. Roscommon, confirmed, 1884, to Liept.-Col. Maurice Hartland Mahon, son of Rev. Arthur Mahon, of Cavetown, and grandson of Robert Mahon, Esq., Cavetown, and to the other descendants of his grandfather. This last named Robert was son of Ven. Arthur Mahon, Archdeacon of Elphin, whose father, Very Rev. Peter Mahon, Dean of Elphin, was 4th son of Nicholas Mahon, Esq., of Ballinemly, same co. and brother of John Mahon, Esq.. of Strokestown, the grandfather of Maurice, 1st Lord Hartland). Or, a lion ramp. az. langued gu. a martlet sa. for diff. Crest—An heraldic tiger pass, holding in the dexter paw a broken tilting spear all ppr. and charged on the shoulder with a martlet sa. for diff. Motto—Buaidh go bragh.
"7) (of the same Sept O'Brien, Earls of Thomond and Inchiquin, anciently Kings of Thomond; Turlough Mac Mahon, of Clonderlaw, co. Clare, Reg. Ulster's Office as chiefof his Sept in 1472). (Coagy and Tuagh, co. Clare; descended from Mac Mahon, of Clonderlaw; allowed by Mac Cullogh, Ulster, 1764). (Leadmore, co. Clare; descended from Mac Mahon, of Coagy; allowed by Mac Cullogh, Ulster, 1764). (Cornelius MacMahon, Count of the Holy Roman Empire, descended from Mac Mahon, of Clonderlaw, through MacMahon, of Coagy, co. Clare, Tuagh, and Ballykielty, co. Limerick; allowed by Bryan, Deputy Ulster, 1770). (Marie Edme Patrick Maurice Mac Mahon, Duke of Magenta, Marshal of France, President of the French Republic; allowed by Hawkins, Ulster, 1750, to the Marshal's ancestor, John Baptist Mac Mahon, Count of Eguilly, son of Patrick Mac Mahon, Esq., of Torrodile, co. Limerick, descended from Donogh Mac Mahon, Lord of Finish and Reynana, son of Turlogh Mac Mahon, Lord of Clonderlaw, and chief of his Sept, 1472. The head of the Mac Mahons, of France, is the Marquis de Mac Mahon, of Sully, near
Autun). (Portugal; allowed by Hawkins, Ulster, 1749, to Maurice Mac Mahon, Major in the service of the King of Portugal, descended from Donogh MacMahon, younger son of Terence Mac Mahon, of Clonderlaw, chief of his Sept 1472). Ar. three lions pass, reguard. in pale gu. armed and langued az. Crest—A dexter arm in armour embowed ppr. garnished or, holding in the hand a sword both ppr. pommel and hilt gold. Motto—Sic nos sic sacra tuemur."
8) (Clenagh, Ballylean, &c., co. Clare, of the ancient Sept of the Mac Mahons, of Clare; Jane McMahon, sister and heir of Rev. Donat McMahon, of Clenagh, to. William Coppinger, Esq., of Barryscourt, co. Cork, and d. 1833, leaving, with two sons, who d. s. p., an elder dau., Elizabeth Coppinger, who in., 1806, John O'Connell, Esq., of Grenagh, co. Kerry, and had, with other issue, an elder son, Morgan John O’Connell, M.P., co. Kerry, who to., 1865, Mary Anne, only dau. of Charles Bianconi, Esq., of Longfield, co. Tipperary, and d. 1875, leaving John Charles Coppinger O’Connell, Esq., 6. 1871, the present representative of this line). Same Arms. Crest—A naked arm embowed holding a sword the blade entwined with a serpent all ppr. Motto—Sic nos sic sacra tuemur.
9) (co. Monaghan; impalement Fun. Ent. Ulster's Office, 1623, Capt. Нugh Reilly, of Lecanon, co. Cavan, whose wife was Katherine, dau. of Sir Brian McMahon, Knt.). Ar. an ostrich sa. holding in the beak a horseshoe or.
10) (Dublin, bart.; granted by Betham. Ulster, to Right Hon. William MacMahon. Master of the Rolls, Ireland, created a bart. 1815). (London, bart.; Right Hon. John McMahon, elder brother of Sir William Mac Mahon, Bart., Master of the Rolls, was created a bart., with special remainder to hi brother, Thomas McMahon, 1817). Per saltire or and erm. a lion pass. az. betw. two lions pass. reguard. gu. all in pale. Crest: Behind a portcullis gu. chained or, an armed arm embowed ppr. the hand grasping a sword wavy ppr. hilted and pommelled of the second. Motto—Sic nos sic sacra tuemur.
11) (Lords of Oirghialla or Oriel, the present co. of Monaghan, an ancient Sept in Ulster of the same race as McGuire, Lord of Fermanagh, descended from Colla da Chrioch; they had their chief seat at Dartree. The Annals of the Four Masters record, under the year 1273, that Eochaidh MacMahon, Lord of Oirghialla, was slain with many others, by the people of Tyrone. Art MacMahon, eldest son and heir of Sir Brian MacMahon, Knt., chief of his name, died according to his Fun. Ent. Ulster's Office, A.D. 1634). Ar. an ostrich sa. holding in the beak a horseshoe or. Crest—A naked arm embowed holding a sword all ppr. the point pierced through a fleur-de-lis sa. Mottoes—So dorn dona dhubhfuiltibh; and Manus haec inimica tyrannis.
12) (Hollymount, co. Carlow). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, or, a lion ramp. gu.; 2nd, gu. a sinister arm in armour embowed, holding in the hand a sword bendwise, hilted or; 3rd, az. a sinister hand and arm couped at the elbow, holding a sword erect wavy with a snake entwined thereon all ppr. Crest—A demi griffin segreant ar.
13) (Dunloe Castle, co. Kerry; allowed by Fortescue, Ulster, 1792, as the arms of Daniel Mahony, Esq., of Dunloe, descended from O’Mahony, of Castle O’Mahony, co. Cork). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, or, a lion ramp. az.; 2nd, per pale ar. and gu. a lion ramp. counterchanged; 3rd, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three lizards in pale sa. Crest—A naked arm embowed, the hand grasping a sword flammant all ppr. Another Crest—An arm in armour embowed, holding a sword all ppr. run through a fleur-de-lis or. Motto—Lasair romhuin a buadh.
14) (allowed by Fortescue, Ulster, 1792, to William Mahony, Knight of the Order of Maria Theresa, an officer in the Austrian Service, second son of John Mahony, Esq., of Dunloe Castle). Same Arms and Motto. Crest—Out of a foreign coronet or, with nine silver balls on the rim, an arm in armour embowed, holding a sword all ppr. run through a fleur-de-lis gold.
15) (exemplified by Betham, Ulster, to John Hickson, a minor, second son of John Hickson, Esq., of Dingle, co. Kerry, on his assuming, by royal licence, 1827, the surname of Mahony only, in memory of his maternal uncle, Richard Mahony, Esq., of Dromore, co. Kerry). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, or, a lion ramp. az.; 2nd, per pale ar. and gu. a lion ramp. counterchanged; 3rd. ar. a chev. gu. betw. three snakes wavy in pale sa. Crest—Out of the coronet of a count of France, a dexter arm armed, embowed ppr. the hand bare, grasping a sword ppr. hilt and pommel or, run through a fleur-de-lis of the last. Motto—Lasair romhuin a buadh.
16) (a Sept possessing the territory of Hy Eathach, or Ivaugh, co. Cork, deriving their name from Mathghamhna, Chief of the Sept, 1014). (allowed by Hawkins, Ulster, 1712, to John Mahony, Captain of a regiment in the service of the Emperor of Germany, son of Jeremiah Mahony, Colonel in the army of James II., descended from the O’Mahonys, co. Cork). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, or, a lion ramp. az.; 2nd, per pale ar. and gu. a lion ramp. counterchanged; 3rd, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three snakes torqued ppr. Crest—Out of a viscount's coronet or, an arm in armour embowed, holding a sword ppr. pommel and hilt or, pierced through a fleur-de-lis az.