1) (co. Brecknock, Wales, which estate was acquired by Bernard de Newmarch, temp. William I.). Gu. five fusils conjoined in fesse or.
2) (Baron Newmarch; Adam de Newmarch joined the Baronial Standard temp. Henry III., and was summoned to Parliament by the rebellious lords after the battle of Lewes, but the writ was not renewed to any of his descendants). Gu. five lozenges conjoined in fess or.
3) (Sir Thomas de Newmarch, Roll of Knights in cos. Derby and Notts, temp. Edward I.). Ar. a fess indented gu.
4) (Sir John de Newmarch, Roll of Knights in cos. Derby and Notts, temp. Edward I.). Same Arms, tinctures reversed.
5) (co. Nottingham). Ar. five fusils conjoined in fesse gu. on a border sa. eight crosses crosslet of the field.
6) (co. York). Gu. a fess indented ar. Crest—A dove, holding in the beak an olive branch all ppr.
7) (Newcastle-on-Tyne). Gu. on a fess or, five fusils sa. Crest—A demi griffin ppr.
8) Gu. a fesse dancettee ar. Crest—On the sea an anchor in pale ensigned with a dove and olive branch all ppr.
9) Or, five fusils in fesse gu. on each an escallop of the field.
10) Ar. a fess fusily gu. on the centre one an escallop or.
11) Gu. five fusils in bend ar.
12) Ar. five fusils in fess gu. on each an escallop or.
13) Ar. three chevronels sa.
14) Ar. a fess fusily gu. on a border sa. eight martlets of the first.
15) Sa. on an inescutcheon ar. a fesse lozengy gu.
16) (co. Derby). Gu. five fusils in fess engr. or.
17) (co. Nottingham). Ar. four (another, five) fusils in fess gu. Crest—A tower, triple-towered ppr.