1) (Baron Martin, abeyance 1325; William Martin, descended from Robert Martin, temp. Henry I., son of Martin de Tours, a Norman, was summoned to Parliament, 1295). Ar. two bars gu.
2) (Lockynge, co. Berks, bart.). Gu. on a chev. betw. three crescents ar. an anchor erect and cable ppr. Crest—A dexter hand brandishing a sabre ppr. pommel and hilt or. Motto—Auxilium ab alto.
3) (Long Melford, co. Suffolk, also of Burnham, co. Norfolk, bart.. extinct). Ar. a chev. betw. three mascles sa. a bordure engr. gu. Crest—A cockatrice's head betw. two wings. Another Crest—A martin pass. ppr. Motto—lnitium sapientiæ, est timor Domini.
4) (Plymouth, co. Devon; John Martin, aged 70, Visit. Devon, 1620, “who went round about the world with Sir Francis Drake, anno 1577,” fourth in descent from William Martin, fourth son of Richard Martin, Esq., of Poulehurst, co. Kent; arms confirmed by Dethick, Garter, 24 Queen Elizabeth, anno 1581). Gu. on a chev. or, three bloodhounds pass. sa. Crest—On a celestial globe sans frame an eagle ppr. wings displ. or, ducally gorged gold.
5) (Exeter, co. Devon; Nicholas Martin, Visit. Devon, 1620, son of Ricchard Martin, and grandson of Sir William Мartin, Knt., by Christian Paulet, his wife, dau. of Sir William Paulet, Knt., of Hinton St. George, co. Somerset, temp. Henry VI., ancestor of the Earl of Powlett, the Marquis of Winchester, and Lord Bolton). Ar. two bars gu. a crescent for diff. Crest—An estoile gu.
6) (co. Durham). Ar. two bars gu. on a canton of the second an inescutcheon of the first. Crest—A demi ostrich erased ar. wings elevated gu. and in the mouth a horse shoe.
7) (or Martain). (Bowton, co. Cambridge, 1604). Az. on a bend or, three fleurs-de-lis of the first, on a chief of the second two eagles displ. of the field. Crest—A tower triple-towered chequy or and az.
8) (Bodmin, co. Cornwall; the co-heirs m. Trefusis and Winter, temp. Henry IV.). Ar. three bars gu.
9) (Athelhampston, co. Dorset). Ar. two bars gu.
10) (or Martyn). (Exeter, co. Devon; a branch of Martin, of Athelampston; the last male heir, William Clifford Martin, Esq., d. in 1769). Same Arms. Crest—On the trunk of a tree ar. a bear sejant ppr. chained of the first holding a mirror or.
11) (East Court, co. Kent). Vert a chev. ar. betw. three doves or.
12) (co. Leicester: Robert Martin, of an old family of the county, acquired the estate of Anstey Pastures, in the 16th century). (Whatton House, co. Leicester). Per saltire ar. and or, three martlets betw. two bars gu., quartering the arms of Richards, of Normanton, viz., Ar. a chev. invected betw. two escallops in chief and a cross pattée in base gu. Crest—A talbot's head erased ar. crusilly eared and langued gu. gorged with a collar vert. Motto—Sure and stedfast.
13) (Francis Martin, Bluemantle, 1796, afterwards Norroy and Clarenceux King of Arms). 1st and 4th, ar. two bars engr. gu. in chief a mantle betw. two roses; 2nd and 3rd, quarterly, or and az. on a fesse erm. betw. three pelicans vulning three annulets.
14) (co. Dorset). Ar. two bars gu. each charged with an annulet or.
15) (Leeds Castle, co. Kent: General Philip Martin, the last male heir, d. s. p.). Gu. a lion ramp. within an orle of crosses corsslet and mullets alternatively or. Crest: A martin entwined by a serpent ppr. in the beak a crosslet fitchee.
16) (Wykeham-Martin, Chacombe Priory, co. Northants, and Leeds Casile, co. Kent; Fiennes Wykeham, S. his kinsman Gen. Philip Martin, in the family estates, and assumed the additional surname of Martin; he was son of Rev. Richard Wykeham, by Mary Fox, his wife, dau. and heir of Сharles Fox, Esq., of Chacombe Priory, who was the great grand daughter of Joseph Martin. Esq., of Ripe, co. Sussex). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, gu. a lion ramp. or, an orle of crosses crosslet and mullets alternately of the last, for Martin; 2nd and 3rd, ar. two chevronels betw. three roses gu., for Wykeham. Crest—A bull’s head erased sa. charged with two chevronels ar.
17) (cos. Somerset and Devon; borne by Richard Martin, of Old Quebec Street). Ar. on two bars gu. three crosses formée or, two and one. Crest—An eagle’s head betw. two wings issuant from a ducal coronet all ppr. Motto—Accendit cantu.
18) (cos. Kent and York). Or, three bars gu. in the dexter corner an escutcheon erm. Crest—A stag’s head sa.
19) (London; granted Aug. 1615). Аг. three bends ar. a chief erm. Crest—A wood martin ppr. collared ar.
20) (Exeter, and Kemys, co. Pembroke; temp. Henry I.). Ar. two bars gu. Crest—An estoile gu. Another Crest—A leopard's head erased ppr.
21) (founder of Martin College, Oxford). Or, three chevronels per pale az. and gu.
22) (Bangor, co. Carnarvon, and London, 1634). Ar. two bars gu. in chief three estoiles sa. Crest—A martlet rising, ar. charged on the breast with an estoile sa.
23) (co. York). Ar. two bars gu. each charged with three bezants. Crest—An eagle displ. or.
24) (co. York). Az. three bars nebulée ar.
25) Gu. a chev. betw. three crescents ar. Crest—A cubit arm erect ppr. brandishing a scymitar, blade ppr. hilt and pommel or.
26) Gu. a chev. betw. three martlets in chief and a crescent in base ar. Crest—A dexter arm erect ppr. holding a scymitar of the last, hilt and pommel or.
27) Ar. three nags’ heads erased gu. Crest—A greyhound’s head erased ar. collared sa.
28) (Hemingston, co. Suffolk, and Colston Bassett, co. Nottingham). (Worsboro, co. York). Ar. two bars gu. Crest—An ape admiring himself in a looking-glass ppr. Motto—Sans tache.
29) (Admiral Sir Thomas Byam Martin, G.C.B. and Knt. T.S.). Gu. on a chev. betw. three mullets in chief and a crescent in base ar. an anchor sa., for Martin. Crest—A cubit arm erect grasping a faulchion all ppr. Supporters— On the dexter an eagle with wings expanded and invected ar. and on the sinister a sea horse with wings expanded and invected ar. tail ppr. Motto—Auxilio ab alto.
30) (Saffron Walden, co. Essex). Or, three palets az. on a chief gu. as many martlets or. Crest—A marten-cat pass. ppr.
31) (granted, 1722, to Matthew Martin, Capt. H.E.I. Naval Service, of Wivenhoe, co. Essex, d. 1749. The patent recites that he was descended from the family of Martin, of Saffron Walden, and that the augmentation of the medal, &c., was given to Capt. Martin, Commander of the Marlborough, “with this jewel and £1,000 sterling, for defending his ship in India three days successively against three Frcnch ships of war, and bringing her eafa to Fort St. George ”). Or, three palets gu. on a chief az. as many martlets of the first, on a canton gu. suspended from a knot an oval medal with the arms of the East India Company. Crest—A martin salient against a cannon erect.
32) Or, a tree vert, betw. two crescents az.
33) Az. two bars or, in chief a rose betw. two buglehorns of the first.
34) (Guernsey). Ar. two palets az. on a chief invecked gu. three martlets of the first. Crest—A marten-cat pass. ppr.
35) (or Martyn). (Galway; Impalement Fun. Ent. Ulster’s Office, 1636, of Martin Darcy, whose wife was Christick, dau. of Richard Martin, Alderman of Galway). (Tullyra, co. Galway; Richard Martin, Esq., of that place, temp. William III.; Reg. Ulster’e Office). (Doebeg, co. Sligo; descended from Oliver Martin, Esq., of Doebeg, 1709, son of Richard Martin, Esq., of Tullyra. Reg. Ulster's Office). (allowed by Fortescue, Ulster, 1805, to Lieut.-Col. Thomas Martin, Major Robert Martin, and Capt. Peter Martin, all of the Austrian service, sons of John Martin, Esq., of Doebeg). (Elphin, co. Roscommon; Reg. Ulster’s Office). (Montserrat, and the Island of Grand Terre, America; allowed by Hawkins, Ulster, 1772, to Paul Martin, Major-General of Horse at Grand Terre, grandson of Paul Martin, Esq., of Elphin, who settled at Montserrat). (Tullyra Castle, co. Galway). Az. a cross calvary on three grieccs ar. the dexter arm terminating in a sun in splendour or, the sinister in a decrescent of the second. Crest: (Reg. Ulster’s Office)—An estoile or. Motlo—Auxilium meum a Domino. Motto: Spes mea in cruce unica. Motto—Sic itur ad astra.
36) (Martinique, West Indies; allowed by Hawkins, Ulster, 1735, to Andbew Martin, Knt. of the Order of St. Louis, in France, and Governor of Martinique for the King of France). Same Arms. Crest—A star of six points or. Motto—Auxilium meum a Domino.
37) (exemplified to Arthur Gonne-Bell, Esq., of Brook Lodge, co. Mayo, and his wife, Mary Letitia, only dau. and heiress of Thomas Barnewall Martin, Esq., of Ballinahinch Castle, co. Galway, on their assuming, by royal licence, 1847, the surname of Martin in lieu of Bell). Same drifts. Crest—An estoile of eight points or. Motto—Auxilium meum a Domino.
38) (impalement Fun. Ent. Ulster’s Office, 1625, Patrick Browne, of lrishtown, Dublin, whose wife was Annabella Martin). Gu. a chev. ar. betw. three mascles or.
39) (Kells, co. Meath; Fun. Ent. Ulster’s Office, 1639, Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas Martin, of Kells, Merchant, and wife of John Fleming, of Dublin, Merchant). Sa. a bend engr. ar. surmounted of another az. charged with three pheons points down of the second.
40) (Drogheda, co. Louth; Fun. Ent. Ulster’s Office, 1666, Edward Martin, of that place). Erm. three bars gu. each charged with as many plates.
41) (Dublin; Fun. Ent. Ulster’s Office, 1671, Henry Martin, m. Margery, dau. of Sir Anthony Brabazon, Knt., of Tallaghstown, co. Louth). Or, two bars gu. on the upper one an inescutcheon erm.
42) (Dublin; Fun. Ent. Ulster’s Office, 1685, Mary, wife of Samuel Martin, Merchant, and dau. of Sir Richard Carney, Ulster King of Arms). Or, on a chev. gu. three talbots pass. ar.
43) (Bloomfield and Cleveragh, co. Sligo; confirmed to Abraham Martin, Esq., of Cleveragh, and the descendants of his grandfather, Abraham Martin, Esq., of Bloomfield). Sa. on a chev. betw. three crescents ar. a thistle ppr. Crest—A lion ramp. holding in the dexter paw a crescent or, and charged on the shoulder with a thistle ppr. Motto—Hinc fortior et clarior.
44) (Wood-Martin; exemplified to Mrs. Anne Wood, widow of James Wood, of Woodville, co. Sligo, and eldest dau. of Abraham Martin, Esq., of Cleveragh, co. Sligo, on her assuming, by royal licence, 1874, the additional surname and arms of Martin, in compliance with the will of her brother, James Martin, Esq., of Bloomfield and Cleveragh). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, sa. a chev. betw. three crescents ar., for Martin; 2nd and 3rd, ar. an oak tree fructed, growing out of a mound in base all ppr., in the dexter chief point a crescent gu., for Wood, and for her descendants. Crests—1st: A lion ramp. ppr. holding in the dexter paw a crescent or, for Martin: 2nd: A demi savage ppr. wreathed about the temples and loins vert, and charged on the breast with a crescent gu., in his dexter band an oak tree fructed, and in his sinister a club resting on his shoulder, all also ppr., for Wood. Mottoes—Under the arms: Hinc fortior et clarior; Above: Fructu cognoscitur arbor.
45) (Midhope, co. Linlithgow). Sa. a chev. betw. three crescents ar.
46) (Edinburgh, 1672). Sa. on a chev. betw. three crescents ar. a mascle of the field. Crest—A lion holding in the dexter paw a crescent all or. Motto—Hinc fortior et clarior.
47) (Anstruther, Scotland, 1672). Sa. a chev. invecked betw. three crescents ar. Motto—Auxilium cedest Divinum.
48) (Gibliston, co. Fife). Sa. a chev. vair betw three crescents ar. Crest—An adder, with young ones bursting through the side of her ppr. Motto—Ingratis servire nefas.
49) (lslay Herald, 1725). Sa. on a chev. betw. three crescents ar. a saltire gu. all within a bordure of the second. Crest—A lion ramp. holding in his dexter paw a sabre ppr. and in his sinister a thistle ppr. slipped vert. Motto—Hinc fortior et clarior.
50) (Liverpool, from Scotland, 1859). Sa. on a chev. wavy betw. three crescents ar. as many mullets az. Crest—A dexter arm erect, couped at the elbow ppr. the hand holding a crescent ar. Motto—Sans tâche.
51) (Auchendennan, co. Dumbarton, 1868). Per chev. sa. and gu. on a chev. betw. three crescents ar. a dexter hand couped of the first. Crest—A dexter hand sa. holding a crescent ar. Motto—Hinc fortior et clarior.
52) (Sir Theodore Martin, K.C.B., 1880). Per pale sa and gu. a chev. betw. two crescents in chief and a stag’s head erased in base ar. Crest—A lion ramp. sa. holding in his dexter fore paw a crescent ar. Motto—Spero.
53) (alias Dukenfield). (city of Chester, 1603). Ar. a cross voided pointed sa.
54) (co. Berks). Sa. three buckles ar. garnished or.
55) (Okingham, co. Berks). Ar. on a bend sa. three cinquefoils or. Crest—Out of a ducal coronet or, a falcon's head az. beaked gold.
56) (co. Buckingham). Sa. a chev. betw. three buckles ar.
57) (Staplemorden, co. Cambridge). Erm. an eagle displ. gu. Crest—A griffin segreant per fesse erm. and or, wing gold.
58) (co. Cambridge). Ar. two bars gu. bezantée.
59) (St. Dominic, co. Cornwall. Visit. Cornwall, 1620). Ar. two bars gu.
60) (Parkpale, co. Dorset, and Saberow, co. Somerset). Or, three bars gu. on each three bezants, a crescent for diff. Crest—On the stump of a tree couped and eradicated ar. a monkey sejant ppr. collared and lined or, looking in a mirror framed of the last.
61) (Oxton, co. Devon). Same Arms. Crest—An estoile of sixteen points gu.
62) (Totness, co. Devon). Ar. on two bars gu. three crosses formée or. Crest—Out of a ducal coronet or, an eagle’s head ar. betw. two wings expanded gu.
63) (co. Devon). Ar. three bends az.
64) (co. Devon). Ar. two bars gu. a bordure engr. sa.
65) (city of Durham). Ar. two bars gu. on a canton of the last an escutcheon of the first. Crest—An ostrich head ar. betw. two wings expanded gu. in the beak a horseshoe or.
66) (Woodford, co. Essex, co. Lancaster, and London). Az. three bendlets ar. a chief erm. Crest—A wood martin ppr. collared ar.
67) (co. Gloucester). Ar. on two bars gu. three bezants two and one (another, on each bar three bezants).
68) (co. Hertford). Ar. two bars gu., on the first an escutcheon erm.
69) (Lord Mayor of London, 1492). Same Arms, the field or.
70) (co. Kent). Ar. on a chev. gu. three talbots pass, or (another, of the field).
71) (co. Kent). Ar. three greyhounds courant in pale gu.
72) (Long Milford, co. Suffolk. Visit. London, 1568). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, ar. a chev. betw. three mascles sa. a border engr. gu.; 2nd and 3rd, gu. a fess engr. betw. three swans’ heads erased ar. Crest—A cockatrice’s head or, beaked and wattled gu. betw. two wings expanded vert.
73) (Sir Roger Martyn, Knt., Lord Mayor of London, 1568, son of Lawrence Martyn, second son of Richard Martyn, Esq., of Long Milford, co. Suffolk. Visit. London, 1568). Same Arms and Crest, a crescent for diff.
74) (London; granted 10 Jan. 1572). Paly of six or and az., on a chief gu. three martlets of the first. Crest—A martin pass. ppr.
75) (London). Or, six lions ramp. sa. three, two, and one, on a chief of the last three cinquefoils of the first.
76) (London). Ar. an eagle displ. gu. within a double tressure sa. Crest—An eagle displ. gu.
77) (Stanton, co. Suffolk, and co. York). Az. three bars wavy ar.
78) Per pale gu. and az. three eagles displ. ar.
79) Ar. on a chief indented az. three martlets or.
80) Ar. a fesse betw. three martlets sa.
81) Ar. an eagle displ. within an orle of crosses flory gu.
82) Ar. an eagle displ. within an orle of fleurs-de-lis sa.
83) Ar. three lozenges in bend ar.
84) Ar. a crescent betw. three martleta sa. on a chief of the second as many escallops of the first.
85) (Crekars, co. Bedford). Per pale gu. and ar. on at chev. betw. three mullets as many talbots all counterchanged.