1) (Grade, co. Cornwall). Az. a fesse embattled betw. three griffins’ heads erased or.
2) (Hemingford and Cuckney, co. Huntingdon). (Sion, co. Middlesex). Or, a lion ramp. az. Crest—A mermaid with comb and glass ppr.
3) (Aldenham Lodge, co. Hertford). (Greenwich, co. Kent; granted 1739). Per fesse erm. and az. a lion ramp. with two heads counterchanged. Crest—A mermaid per fesse wavy ar. and az. the upper part guttée de larmes, holding in her dexter hand a comb, and in the sinister a mirror, frame and hair sa.
4) (London, 1634). Ar. a fesse az. in chief two lions’ heads couped of the last. Crest—A lion's head az. betw. two wings ar. on the arms and crest a mullet for diff.
5) (Inner Temple, London, and Stratford-upon-Avon, co. Warwick). Az. on a point with three battlements ar. as many fleurs-de-lis gu. on the middle battlement a dove, wings displ. ppr.
6) (Didlebury and Minton, co. Salop). Vert two lions combatant or. Crest—A mermaid ppr.
7) (co. Warwick). Per fesse embattled az. and ar. on the embattlement a dove, wings expanded ar. beaked and legged gu. in base three fleurs-de-lis of the last, two and one. Crest—A talbot pass. reguard. ar. eared sa. holding in the mouth a hart’s horn or.
8) (co. York). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, per fesse or and gu. a lion ramp. counterchanged; 2nd, or, a lion ramp. with two heads az.; 3rd, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three snails sa.
9) (Beel House, near Amersham, co. Bucks). Az. a lion ramp. with two heads ar. holding betw. the paws a crescent or, quartering Pomeroy, viz., Ar. a lion ramp. sa. a bordure engr. gu. Crest—A demi lion ramp. ar. holding a crescent or.
10) Per pale ar. and sa. a chev. betw. three masons’ squares all counterchanged. Crest—A stag’s head erased sa. attired or, ducally gorged gold.
11) Ar. guttée de sang a lion ramp. with two heads az.
12) (Necton Hall, co. Norfolk; descended from Paul Miller Mason, citizen of London, who first built, and fixed his family at Necton, temp. Henry VII.; George Mason, Esq., second son of William Mason, Esq., of Necton, and grandson of William Mason, Esq. of Necton, by Elizabeth, his wife, dau. of Francis Blomefield, assumed the name of Blomefield, a. his eldest brother, William Mason, Esq., of Necton, 1865, and d. 1871, when the estates devolved on his eldest sister, Elizabeth Mason, of Necton). Motto—God my trust. Ar. a fesse az. two lions’ heads in chief of the second. Crest—A lion’s head winged az.
13) (Ireland). Ar. a lion ramp. with two heads az. Crest—Three Moors’ heads conjoined in one neck, wreathed round the temples vert.
14) (granted by Carney, Ulster, 1697, to Robert Mason, of the City of Dublin). Motto—Sola virtus munimentum. Quarterly, or and erm. a lion ramp. az. Crest—A tower triple-towered gu. within a chaplet or.
15) (Masonbrook, co. Galway; confirmed, 1711, to Robert Mason, Esq., of Masonbrook, son of Robert Mason, Esq., of same place, and grandson of Captain Christopher Mason, descended from Mason, of Sion, co. Middlesex; of this family were John Monck Mason, and his brothers William, Henry, and Thomas, sons of Lieut.-Col. Henry Monck Mason). Or, a lion ramp. with two heads gu. Crest—A mermaid with comb and mirror all ppr.
16) (Ayr and Rosebank, Scotland). Motto—Demeure par la vérité. Ar. a bend wavy az. betw. two spur-rowels in chief and a fleur-de-lis in base gu. Crest—A tower ppr. masoned sa.
17) (Mordun, co. Edinburgh, 1795). Motto—Arte firmus. Ar. a bend wavy betw. two mullets in chief az. and a fleur-de-lis in base gu. Crest—A fortified house ppr.
18) (Inveresk, co. Edinburgh). Motto—Dominus providebit. Ar. a bend wavy az. betw. two spur-rowels in chief and a fleur-de-lis in base gu. within a bordure engr. of the second. Crest—A house ppr. ensigned on the top with a crescent ar.