1) (co. Berks). Sa. three mullets ar. Crest—A swallow volant ppr.
2) (Fifehead Magdale, co. Dorset, bart., extinct 1747; and Thornbury Park, co. Gloucester; Anne, dau. of Richard Newman, Esq., of Evercreech, m. Ashburnham Toll, Esq., of Graywell, co. Hants, and was grandmother of the Rev. Ashburnham Philip Toll, Prebendary of York). Motto—Lux mea Christua. Quarterly, sa. and ar. in the 1st and 4th quarters three mullets of the second, in the centre an inescutcheon gu. charged with a portcullis imperially crowned or, an augmentation granted by Charles II. to Colonel Newman, for his distinguished conduct at the battle of Worcester. Crest—A swallow rising ppr.
3) (St. Giles's, co. Middlesex; Osbaston Newman, aged 19 at Visit. Middlesex, 1663, only surviving son of Arthur Newman, gent., and grandson of Arthur Newman, gent., of Rickmansworth, co. Hertford). Az. a chev. wavy betw. three griffins segreant or. Crest—Out of a plume of feathers three az. two or and az. a griffin's head gold.
4) (Gunston, co. Stafford). Az. a fess wavy betw. six dolphins ar.
5) (Mamhead, co. Devon, bart.). Motto—Ubi amor ibi fides. Sa. three demi lions ramp. ar. langued gu. Crest—A lion ramp. ar.
6) (Ludgvan and Gluvias, co. Cornwall). Az. three demi lions ramp. ar. guttée de sang. Crest—A demi lion, as in the arms, betw. two wings expanded gu.
7) (Crediton, co. Devon). Sa. three demi lions ramp. erm.
8) (co. Devon). Ar. three eagles displ. gu. crowned or.
9) (Eastwood, co. Essex). Ar. a fesse dancettée gu. betw. three eagles displ. sa.
10) (co. Kent). Per pale gu. and vert, three eagles displ. or.
11) (London; granted 15 Feb. 1663-4). Or, a fesse dancettée betw. three hearts gu.
12) (London, 1610). Az. a chev. wavy betw. three griffins segreant or. Crest—On a plume of five feathers, three az. two or, a griffin's head of the last.
13) (London). Erm. on a chief sa. three crosses pattée or. Crest—On a mount vert a man, jacket az. breeches sa on the head ppr. a cap gu. on a ladder lighting a beacon all ppr.
14) (granted 1611). Or, a fesse indented gu. betw. three eagles displ. sa. Crest—A mermaid in the sea ppr. hair or.
15) Gu. a portcullis crowned or.
16) Erm. on a chief sa. three crosses pattée ar.
17) Or, three bars az. a canton erm.
18) (granted to William Ariah Newman, D.D.). Motto—Firmiter et fideliter. Per chev. ar. and az. in chief three crosses pattée of the second, and in base an heraldic antelope statant of the first. Crest—A lion ramp. ar. holding in the dexter paw an anchor or, and resting the sinister upon a shield az. charged with a star of eight points also ar.
19) (William Newman, Mayor of Dublin; Fun. Ent. Ulster's Ofiicc, 1597, of his son, William Newman). Ar. a lion ramp. gu. charged on the shoulder with three escallops or, two and one.
20) (Jacob Newman, Clerk In the Master of the Rolls Office, Ireland, Fun. Ent. 1651, of his dau. Elizabeth, wife of Sir James Ware, Auditor-General of Ireland). Az. three demi lions ramp. ar. guttée de sang. Crest—A demi lion ramp., as in the arms, betw. two wings erect sa.
21) (Drommaneene, co. Cork; granted by St. George, Ulster, 1674, to Richard Newman, a Justice of the Peace for that co., descended from Newman, of co. Somerset). Ar. a chev. betw. three demi lions pass. gu. a chief az. Crest—An eagle’s head erased az. charged on the neck with an escallop or.
22) (Reg. Ulster's Office). Sa. a chev. betw. three escallops ar.