1) (Baron Mortimer of Wigmore, and Earl of March: earldom extinct 1424; barony merged in the Crown upon the accession of Edward IV.; descended from Ralph de Murtime, who accompanied William I. to England, and had a grant of Wigmore Castle; Sir Edmund Mortimer, Lord of Wigmore, fourth in descent from Hugh de Mortimer, first feudal Lord of Wigmore, the eldest son of the grantee, was summoned to Parliament, 1294. The second baron, Roger Mortimer, one of the Founder Knights of the Garter, was created Earl of March by charter, 1328. Edmund, third Earl of March, m. the Lady Philippa Plantagenet, only dau. and heir of Lionel, Duke of Clarence, second son of Edward III.; his son Roger, fourth Earl of March, was declared by Parliament, 9 Richard II., 1285, “Heir presumptive to the Crown." Lady Anne Mortimer, only dau. of the fourth earl, and sister and heir of the fifth and last earl, m. Richard Plantagenet, Earl of Cambridge, and her grandson, Edward, Duke of York, ascended the throne as Edward IV., when the honours of the Mortimers merged in the Crown). (Baron Mortimer, of Chirke. Roger Mortimer, second son of Roger Mortimer, fifth feudal Lord of Wigmore, was summoned to Parliament, 1307, but none of his descendants were subsequently summoned). S Barry of six or and az. on a chief of the first two pallets betw. two base esquierres of the second, over all an inescutcheon ar. Crest—Out of a ducal coronet a plume of feathers. Supporters—Two lions guard.
2) (Baron Mortimer, of Richards Castle, abeyance 1304; descended from Robert Mortimer, younger brother of Hugh Mortimer, first feudal Lord of Wigmore). Same Arms, a bend gu. for diff.
3) (Cheshunt, co. Herts; granted 14 June, 1688). Or, ten fleurs-de-lis, four, three, two, and one sa. a chief az.
4) (London). Same Arms. Crest—A torteau betw. two wings or.
5) (London). Motto—Press forward. Or, guttée de sang a lion ramp. az. Crest—A buck’s head erased quarterly or and gu.
6) (Kingston Manor, co. Cambridge; Constantink Mortimer, temp. Richard II.). Or, three fleurs-de-lis sa.
7) (Chelmarsh). Barry of six or and gu. an inescutcheon ar. on a chief of the first three pallets betw. two esquierres of the second.
8) (co. Norfolk). Or, semée-de-lis sa. Crest—A buck’s head quarterly or and gu. attired of the first
9) Barry of six or and vert sixteen fleurs-de-lis counterchanged, three, three, three, three, three, and one.
10) Or, six fleurs-de-lis az. (another, sa.).
11) Ar. semée of crosses crosslet sa. three fleurs de lis of the last.
12) Az. semée-de-lis ar.
13) Gu. two bars ar. in chief three mullets pierced of the second.
14) Erm. on a fess az. three crosses crosslet or.
15) Ar. on a cross az. five fleurs-de-lis (another, escallops) or.
16) (Reg. Ulster’s Office). Or, six fleurs-de-lis sa. three, two. and one.
17) (Craigievar, co. Aberdeen). Or, a lion ramp. sa. guttée d’or.
18) (Auchenbody, Scotland). Motto—Acquirit qui tuetur. Paly of six ar. and az. a lion ramp. sa. guttée d'eau. Crest—A bulls’ head cabossed sa.
19) (Fonthill Park, co. Wilts, from Scotland, 1827). Motto—Acquirit qui tuetur. Or, a lion ramp. sa. guttée of the field betw. three sinister hands couped paleways gu. Crest—A stag's head affrontée erased ppr. attired or.