Blazons & Genealogy Notes1) (Catesby and Pulborough, co. Northampton). (Bransford, co. Worcester, claiming descent from Onley, of Catesby). Or, three piles in point gu. on a canton ar. a mullet pierced sa. Crest, granted by Dethick, Garter, 1597—In a ducal coronet or, a phoenix head in flames ppr. holding in the beak a laurel branch vert.
2) (Stisted Hall, co. Essex). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, per pale or and gu. three piles meeting in point counterchanged, on a canton ar. a mullet pierced sa., for Onley; 2nd, ar. on a bend sa. cotised gu. three owls of the field, for Savill; 3rd, erm. on a chief indented gu. three crescents ar., for Harvey. Crests— 1st: Out of a crown valory or, an eagle's head issuing from flames ppr. holding in the beak a sprig of laurel also ppr., for Onley; 2nd: On a mount vert an owl ar. charged on the body with three mullets in bend gu., for Savill; 3rd: A dexter cubit arm ppr. apaumee also ppr. charged from the wrist with a pile gu. above the fingers a crescent reversed ar., for Harvey. Motto— Alteri si tibi.