Blazons & Genealogy Notes1) (Foulis, co. Ross, N.S., bart., 1634). Or, an eagle's head erased gu. Crest—An eagle perching ppr. Supporters—Two eagles, wings expanded ppr. Motto—Dread God.
2) (Gun-Munro, of Poyntzfield, co. Cromarty). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, or, an eagle's head erased gu. beaked and langued az., for Munro; 2nd, ar. a three-masted ship in the sea ppr. flagged gu. on a chief of the last three legs in armour conjoined at the thigh and flexed in triangle ppr. betw. two mullets or, for Gun; 3rd, barry of eight or and gu., for Poyntz. Crest—An eagle rising ppr. Motto—Dread God.
3) (Major-Gen. Sir Hector Munro, installed Knight of the Bath, 19 May, 1779, d. 1806). Or, an eagle's head erased gu. Crest—An eagle close ppr., motto over it, Dread God. Supporters—Dexter, a tiger ppr. murally gorged and chained or; sinister, an eagle ppr. murally gorged or.
4) (Sir Thomas Munro, Bart., 1823). Or, an eagle’s head erased gu. encircled by a branch of laurel on the dexter and of oak on the sinister side, on a chief ar. the representation of an Indian hill-fort, and beneath, in letters of gold, the word “Badamy,” on a canton gu. a representation of a silver medal presented by the E. I. Co. to the first baronet for his services in Seringapatam in 1799. Crest—An eagle close ppr. having a representation of the medal above mentioned pendent from its neck by a ribbon, the dexter claw resting on an escutcheon gu. charged with a representation of the first, of Badamy, as in the arms, and in the beak a sprig of laurel.
5) Or, an eagle's head erased gu. murally crowned ar. Crest—On a mural coronet ar. an eagle dose or.