2) (Duke of Albemarle, extinct 1687; George Monck, or Monk, second son of Sir Thomas Monk, Knt., of Potheridge, was, for his exertions in bringing about the Restoration of Charles II., raised to the Peerage 1670). Same Arms. Crest—On a chapeau gu. turned up. erm. a cat-a-mountain statant guard, per pale sa. and ar. betw. two branches of olive vert Supporters—Dexter, a lion ar.; sinister, a dragon ar. each supporting in the exterior paw a branch of olive vert. Motto—Fortiter, fideliter, foeliciter.
3) (Charleville, co. Wicklow; Charles Monck, Esq., of Grange Gorman, co. Dublin, descended from Robert le Moyne, second son of William Le Moyne, Esq., of Potheridge, 1424, m. 1705, Agneta, sister and heir of John Stephens, alias Hitchcock, Esq., of Charleville, and grand-dau. of Sir John Stephens, Knt., of Finglas, co. Dublin, and Charleville, and was father of a son and a dau., viz.: Henry Monck, Esq., of Charleville, whose only dau. and heir, Elizabeth, m. George, first Marquess of Waterford; and Anne, m. Henry Quin, Esq., M.D., and had a dau., Аnn Quin, m. her cousin, Charles Stanley Monck, afterwards first Viscount Monck). Same Arms. Crest—A dragon, wings elevated sa. Motto, same as last.
4) (Viscount Monck; Charles Stanley Monck, Esq. cousin and heir male of Henry Monck, Esq., of Charleville, was Crested, 1797, Baron Monck, and was raised to a Viscounty 1800. Same Arms and Crest. Supporters— Dexter, a dragon; sinister, a lion, both ar. gorged with an oak branch ppr. Motlo—Fortiter, fideliter, feliciter.
5) (Earl of Rathdown, extinct 1848; Henry Stanley, second Viscount Monck, was created an earl 1822, d.s.p.m). Same Arms, Crest, Supporters, and Motto.
6) (Coley Park, co. Berks; descended from William Monck, brother of Charles Monck, Esq., of Charleville, 1706). Same Arms, Crest, and Motto.
7) (Belsay Castle, со. Northumberland, bart.; Sir William Middleton, fifth bart. of Belsay, m. Jane, dau. And heir of Lawrence Monck, Esq., of Caenby, co. Lincoln; their son, the sixth bart., assumed the name and aims of Monck, 1799). Ar. a chev. chequy or and sa. betw. three leopards' heads erased az. collared and lined gold. Crest—Upon a mount vert a demi griffin couchant couped ar.
8) (Newcastle-on Tyne). Az. a lion ramp. erm.
9) (Newton, near Drogheda, co. Louth; Fun. Ent. Ulster’s Office, 1620, Edward Moncke, Esq., of that place). Gu. a chev. betw. three lions' heads erased ar. a martlet for diff.
10) (Lingard-Monk, Fulshaw, co. Chester, 1883). Quarterly: 1st, counter-quartered, 1st and 4th, ar. a pale gu. over all a chev. engr. betw. three lions' heads erased, all counterchanged, for Monk; 2nd and 3rd, barry of six or and vair, on a bend cottised sa. three escallops ar., for Lingard; 2nd, sa. a quadrangular castle ar. betw. two flaunches of the second each charged with a garb of the field, for Rowson; 3rd, erm. six stags’ heads cabossed gu. three, two, and one, for Boughey; 4th, or, three chevronels engr. betw. three plummets az., for Jennings. Crests—1st, Monk: A dragon passant per pale gu. and ar. wings vairee of the same supporting with its dexter claw an escutcheon ar. charged with a lion’s head erased gu.; Motto over—Tout d’en haut. 2nd, Lingrd: A wolf's head erased sa. charged with an escallop and holding in the mouth a cross crosslet fitchee both ar. Motto over—Toujours prest.
11) (Lingard-Monk, Broome House, co. Lancaster; exemplified to Richard Boughey Monk Lingard, Esq., of Heaton Norris, co. Lancaster, eldest son of Roger Rowson Lingard, of the latter place, and of Milgate, co. Chester, by Mary Monk, his second wife, dau. of Rev. George Monk, of St. Paul’s, Liverpool, and sister and heir of Rev. John Boughey Monk, Fellow of Trin. Coll., Cam., upon his assuming, by royal licence, 1875, the additional surname of Monk). Quarterly, 1st and 6th, Monk and Lixgard, quarterly, 1st and 4th, Monk, gu. a chev. dovetailed betw. four lions' heads erased, three in chief and one in base ar., 2nd and 3rd, Lingard, barry of six or and vair, on a bend engr. sa. four escallops ar.; 2nd, Rowson, quarterly, az. and sa. a quadrangular castle with four towers ppr. betw. two flaunches ar. each charged with an annulet gu.; 3rd, Monk, gu. a chev. dovetailed betw. four lions' heads erased, three in chief and one in base ar.; 4th, Boughey, erm. three crosses pattee chevronwise gu. betw. as many stags' heads erased and affrontee sa.; 5th, Jennings, or, a chev. az. betw. in chief two plummets of the last and in base a saltire gu. Crests—1st, Monk: A dragon sa. charged on the wing with a cross pattee or, resting the dexter claw on an escocheon gu. thereon a lion's head erased gold; 2nd, Lingard: A wolfs head erased sa. charged with an escallop or, holding in the mouth three cinquefoils slipped vert. Motto—Tout d'en haut.