2) Phillips - (Newport House, co. Cornwall). Or, a lion ramp. sa. chained of the first. Crest—A lion, as in the arms.
3) Phillips - (Tredrea, co. Cornwall). Az. on a cross engr. or, a torteau betw. fear crosses crosslet fitchee gu.
4) Phillips - (Sir Thomas Phillips, Knt., Q.C.). Sa. a chev. betw. three spear heads ar. Crest—A dragon’s head erased. Motto—Cwell angau neu chivilydo.
5) Phillips - (Winterdyne House, Bewdley, and Hanbury, co. Worcester, and Edstone, co. Warwick; granted, 1825, by Naylcr, Garter, to John Phillips, Esq., of Hanbury, High Sheriff of co. Worcester 1803). Erminois a lion ramp. sa. ducally gorged and chained or, betw. two cross crosslets fitchee in chief and an escallop in base gu. Crest—On a garb, lying fessways or, a lion ramp. sa. ducally gorged and chained of the first, holding betw. the forepaws a cross crosslet gold.
6) Phillips - (Lawrenny, co. Pembroke). Ar. a lion ramp. sa. ducally gorged and chained or, quartering Lort. Crest—A lion, as in the arms. Motto—Animo et fide.
7) Phillips - (Witston House, co. Monmouth). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, gu. three boars’ heads or; 2nd and 3rd, az. a cross betw. four pheons or. Crest—A boar’s head sa. langued gu. ringed or. Motto—Spero meliora.
8) Phillips - (London, 1634). Ar. a lion ramp. sa. collared, chained, and ducally crowned or.
9) Phillips - Az. a chev. or, betw. three falcons close ar. belled of the first.
10) Phillips - (Chelmicke, co. Salop). Or, on a chev. gu. three cocks’ heads erased ar. combed and wattled of the first. Crest—An eagle’s head erased az.
11) Phillips - (Netley, co. Salop). Ar. a lion ramp. sa. collared and chained or. Crest—A lion ramp. as in the arms.
12) Phillips - (co. Salop). Ar. a cross engr. flory sa. betw. four Cornish choughs ppr. Crest—The trunk of a tree lying fesseways and sprouting at the dexter end vert, thereon a Cornish chough ppr.
13) Phillips - (Yeovil, co. Somerset). Ar. a lion ramp. sa. collared and lined or. Crest—A lion sejant sa. collared and lined or.
14) Phillips - Az. a lion ramp. sa. ducally gorged and chained or. Crest—A lion, as in the arms. Motto—Ducit amor patriae.
15) Phillips - Az. a chev. ar. betw. three falcons ppr. ducally gorged, beaked, and membered or. Crest—Out of a ducal coronet or, an arm embowed in armour, the hand holding a broken spear ppr. powdered with fleurs-de-lis gold.
16) Phillips - Sa. semee-de-lis or, a lion ramp. ar. ducally crowned of the second a canton erm. Crest—A demi lion crowned as in the arms, holding a fleur-de-lis or.
17) Phillips - Vert three roses in pale ar. betw. two flaunches of the last. Crest—A horse pass. erm. gorged with a chaplet vert.
18) Phillips - Ar. a chev. betw. three roses gu.
19) Phillips - (Ireland; granted in 1600). Barry wavy of six. az. and ar. on a chief of the last a lion pass. sa. collared or. Crest—An arm embowed in armour ppr. charged with a fleur-de-lis gold, purlled or, grasping a broken spear also ppr.
20) Phillips - (Mount Rivers, co. Tipperary; confirmed by Betham, Ulster, to Richard Edward Phillips, Esq.). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, ar. three bars wavy az. in chief a lion pass. sa., for Phillips; 2nd, ar. three fleurs-de-lis sa., for Stumbles; 3rd,, erm. three battleaxes sa., for Weekes. Crests—1st: An arm embowed in armour, garnished or, grasping a broken tilting spear ppr.; 2nd: A cock grouse rising ppr. Motto—Pro Deo et rege.
21) Phillipps - (Eaton Bishop, co. Hereford; descended, according to tradition, from a junior branch of the family of Philipps, of Picton Castle; the first settler in co. Hereford, Owen Phillipps, younger brother of Johm Phillipps, of Kilgainvin in Disserth, co. Radnor, was living 1595). (Longworth, co. Hereford; descended from Phillipps, of Eaton). (Bryngwyn, co. Hereford; descended from Phillipps, of Eaton). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, or, a lion ramp. sa. collared and chained of the first, on a bordure of the second eight cross crosslets gold, for Phillipps; 2nd and 3rd, erm. three ravens ppr. each standing on a mount vert, for Ravenhill. Crest—A demi lion sa. collared and chained, holding betw. the paws a leopard’s face jessant- de-lis or.
22) Phillipps - (Middle Hill, co. Worcester, bart., extinct). The Arms granted to Sir Thomas Phillipps, F.R.S. and F.S.A., on the creation of the baronetcy were: Sa. flory or, a lion ramp. ar. ducally crowned gold, and holding in dexter forepaw a sword erect ppr. all within a bordure wavy of the second. Crest—On a mount vert a lion ramp. sa. semée-de- lis or, charged with a bendlet wavy erm. and holding in dexter forepaw a sword, as in the arms. Sir Thomas Phillipps subsequently obtained a fresh grant, viz., Ar. a lion ramp. sa. flory and collared and chained or, in dexter paw a sword erect ppr. in a bordure wavy of the second. Motto—Deus, patria, rex.
23) Phillipps - (exemplified to James Orchard Halliwell, Esq., now of Middle Hill, co. Worcester, on his assuming, by royal licence, 1872, the surname of Phillipps only, in right of his wife, Henrietta Elizabeth Molyneux, eldest dau. of the late Sir Thomas Phillipps, Bart., of Middle Hill). Ar. a lion ramp. sa. ducally gorged with chain reflexed over the back or, holding in the dexter paw a sword erect ppr. a canton (for distinction) of the second. Crest—On a mount vert a lion ramp. sa. ducally gorged and chain reflexed over the back or, holding in the dexter paw a sword erect ppr. charged on the shoulder (for distinction) with a cross crosslet gold.
24) Phillipps - (Garendon Park and Grace Dieu Manor, co. Leicester; Charles March Phillipps, Esq., of Garendon Park, High Sheriff in 1825, and formerly M.P. co. Leicester, was son and heir of the late Thomas March, Esq., of More Critchell, co. Dorset, who took the surname and arms of Phillipps, and subsequently assumed the arms and crest of Lisle, in right of his mother, Susan Lisle, dau. and co-heiress of Charles Lisle, Esq., whose family Mr. March Phillipps represented. See De Lisle). Quarterly, 1st, az. a chev. betw. three mullets ar., for Phillipps; 2nd, quarterly, gu. and az. a cross erm. betw. four lions' heads erased or, for March; 3rd, or, on a chief az. three lions ramp. of the field, for Lisle; 4th, ar. a chev. betw. three martlets sa., for Collumbers; 5th, gu. and az. a chev. betw. three roses or, Corormailles; 6th, or, three torteaux, for Courtenay. Crests—1st: A demi griffin ppr. gorged or, holding a shield az. charged with a lion ramp. gold, for Phillipps; 2nd: A demi lion ramp. ar. holding a Maltese cross or, for March; 3rd: A stag trippant ppr., for Lisle. Motto—Quod justum non quod utile.
25) Phillipps - (Landue, co. Cornwall; exemplified to Thomas Winsloe, Esq., upon his assuming, by royal licence, dated 8 Nov. 1798, the surname and arms of Phillipps). Or, a lion ramp. sa. collared and chain reflexed over the back of the first and holding betw. the paws an escutcheon gu. charged with a stag's head erased ar. Crest—A lion pass. tail extended sa. resting the dexter forepaw on an escutcheon ar. charged with a chev. also sa. Motto—Ce m'est egal.
26) Phillip - (Donynton, co. Suffolk; Sir John Phillip was father of Sir William Phillip, elected K.G. 1418, m. Joan, dau., and co-heir of Thomas, fifth Lord Bardolf, and is said to have been created Lord Bardolf by patent, but was never summoned, d. 6 June, 1441, leaving an only dau. Elizabeth, m. John, first Viscount Beaumont). Quarterly, gu. and or, in the first quarter an eagle displ. of the second.
27) Phillip - (Lord Mayor of London, 1463). Sa. semée-de-lis or, a lion ramp. erm. crowned of the second.
28) Phillip - (Scotland). Az. a chev. betw. three talbots’ heads couped ar. Crest—A bear's head erased sa.
29) Phillip - Per bend or and ar. a lion ramp. sa. a bordure gobony of the second and purp. Crest—Out of a flower ar. stalked and leaved vert, a greyhound's head issuing of the first, collared or.
30) Phillip - Per fess indented or and ar. a lion ramp. sa. on a bordure gu. eight plates. Crest—A lion’s gamb sa. holding three branches of flowers az. leaved vert.
31) Phillip - Quarterly, gu. and ar., in the 1st quarter an eagle displ. or. Crest—Out of a ducal coronet or, a pyramid ar.
32) Phillip - Sa. a lion ramp. erm. crowned or, within an orle of fleurs-de-lis of the third.
33) Phillip - Ar. on a chev. betw. three roses gu. a mullet of the field.
34) Phillip - Paly of six or and gu. on a chief of the last a lion pass. ar.
35) Philips - (Weston, co. Warwick, bart.). Per pale az. and sa. within an orle of fleurs-de-Iis ar. a lion ramp, ermoinois, ducally crowned and holding betw. the paws a mascle or, a canton erm. Crest—A demi Hon ramp, erminois, collared sa. ducally crowned or, holding between the paws a fleur-delis az. within a mascle gold. Motto—Nil nisi honestum.
36) Philips - (Yarpole, co. Hereford; granted 14 June, 1579). Az. a fess betw. three falcons close ar. beaked and legged or.
37) Philips - (Leominster, co. Hereford). Or, on a chev. gu. three falcons’ heads erased ar.
38) Philips - (Tenterden, co. Kent). Per fess gu. and az. a lion ramp. or, within a bordure of the last. Crest—On a mount vert a stag sejant erm. attired or.
39) Philips - (Inner Temple, London). Az. a chev. betw. three falcons ar.
40) Philips - (co. Lancaster). Sa. a lion ramp. ar. (another, erm.) betw. ten fleurs-de-lis or.
41) Philips - or Phillips - (Barnstaple, co. Devon). (London; descended out of co. Dorset; confirmed 10 Dec. 1633). Or, on a chev. engr. sa. three eagles’ heads erased ar. Crest—A rose branch vert, bearing three roses gu. betw. two wings ar.
42) Philips - (co. Salop). Vert three cinquefoils betw. two flaunches ar.
43) Philips - Same Arms. Crest—A horse pass. with a wreath of laurel encircling the neck.
44) Philips - (Tamworth, co. Warwick). Or, a lion ramp. sa. a chief of the second. Crest—A leopard sejant or.
45) Philips - (co. Worcester). Az. a lion ramp. ar. a chief erm. Crest—On a chapeau az. turned up erm. a demi lion ramp. guard. ar.
46) Philips - Barry wavy of six az. and ar. on a chief or, a lion pass. sa.
47) Philips - Ar. on a pile issuing out of the dexter chief of the escutcheon sa. a lion ramp. of the field.
48) Philips - Sa. a bend erm.
49) Philips - (Heath House, co. Stafford; descended from Francis Phylyppe, of Neyther Teyne, d. 6 Edward VI.; his great grandson, Richard Philips, Esq., m. Christobel, second dau. and co-heir of Robert Whetall, Esq., of Bignoll Hill, co. Stafford, and was father of Nathaniel Philips, Esq., of Heath House, b. 1650). (The Park, Prestwich, co. Lancaster, and Welcombe, co. Warwick; borne by Mark Philips, Esq., of The Park, grandson of Nathaniel Philips, Esq., of Stand, in Prestwich, who was second son of John Philips, Esq., of Heath House, by Susanna, youngest dau. and co-heir of John Burton, Esq., of Derby). Per pale az. and sa. within an orle of fleurs-de-lis ar. a lion ramp. erminois, ducally crowned and holding betw. the paws a mascle or, a canton erm Crest—A demi lion ramp. erminois, collared sa. ducally crowned or, holding betw. the paws a fleur-de-lis ar. within a mascle gold. Motto—Simplex munditiis.
50) Philips - (Rev. Gilbert Henderson Philips, Vicar of Brodsworth, co. York, of the family of Philips, of Heath House). (Bank Hall, co. Lancaster, and Abbey Cwmhir, co. Radnor; descended from Nathaniel Philips, Esq., of Manchester, third son of Nathaniel Philips, Esq., of Heath House, by Elizabeth, his wife, dau. and co-heir of John Stubbs, Esq., of The Shaw, whose youngest son, John Philips, Esq., by Elizabeth, his wife, eldest dau. and co-heir of John Burton, Esq., of Derby, purchased, in 1777, the estate of Bank Hall, and which he devised at his death to his fourth son, Francis Philips). Quarterly, 1st, per pale az. and sa. within an orle of fleurs-de-lis ar. a lion ramp. erminois, ducally crowned and holding betw. the paws a mascle or, a canton erm., for Philips; 2nd, gu. on a bend ar. with cotises engr. erm. betw. two pheons of the second three stags’ heads caboshed of the field, for Stubbs; 3rd, ar. a crescent within an orle of estoiles gu. a bordure engr. of the last, for Burton; 4th, gu. three piles issuant from the sinister within a bordure or, on a chief erm. a crescent az., for Henderson. Crest—A demi lion ramp. erminois, collared sa. ducally crowned or, holding betw. the paws a fleur-de-lis az. within a mascle also or. Motto—Simplex munditiis.
51) Philipps - (Picton Castle, co. Pembroke; Baron Milford, extinct 1823; derived from Cadivor Vawa; Sir John Philipps, of Picton Castle, was created a bart. 1621; Sir Richard Philipps, seventh bart., was elevated to the peerage of Ireland 1776, d. s. p. in 1823, when the estate of Picton Castle passed under his will to his cousin, Richard Bolkeley Philipps Grant, created a bart. in 1828; the ancient baronetcy devolved on the male heir of the family). Ar. a lion ramp. sa. ducally gorged and chained or. Crest—A lion, as in the arms. Supporters—Two horses ar.
52) Philipps - (Picton Castle, co. Pembroke, bart.). Ar. a lion ramp. sa. ducally gorged and chained or. Crest—A lion, as in the arms. Motto—Ducit amor patriae.
53) Philipps - (Baron Milford, extinct 1857; Richard Bulkekley Grant, Esq., who s. to the estates of the Philips family under the will of Lord Milford, assumed the surname of Philipps 1824, was created a bart. 1828, and a peer 1847, d.s.p.). Same Arms and Crest. Supporters—Two horses ar. Motto—Ducit amor patriæ.
54) Philipps - (Aberglasney, co. Caermarthen). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, or, a lion ramp. sa. betw. two fleurs-de-lis in chief az. and a stag's head erased in base gu., for Philipps: 2nd and 3rd, gu. three snakes interlaced betw. two spear heads erect in chief, and a rose in base ar. barbed and seeded ppr., for Walters. Crests—1st, Philipps: A lion ramp. sa. holding betw. the forepaws an escutheon or, thereon three snakes interlaced ppr. the dexter hind-paw on a fleur-de-lis also or; 2nd, Walters: An eagle displ. erm. the body entwined by two snakes respecting cach other ppr. and holding in each claw a rose gu. slipped and leaved vert. Motto—Fy Nuw a Chymry.
55) Philipps - (Lloyd-Philipps, Penty Park, co. Pembroke, and Dale castle, co. Pembroke, and Mabws, co. Caermarthen; John Lloyd, of Foes-y-Bleiddiad, m. MABY, dau. of James Philipps Esq., of Penty Park, co. Pembroke, and was grandfather of John Lloyd, of Focs-y-Bleiddiad, who dying in 1820, was s. by his grandson, John Philipps-Allen-Lloyd, Esq., of Dale Castle, and Mabws, who assumed the name of Philipps, under the will of James Philipps. of Penty Park). Ar. a lion ramp. sa. ducally gorged gu. and chained or. Crest—A lion, as in the arms. Motto—Ducit amor patriae.
56) Philipps - (Picton Castle, co. Pembroke; exemplified to Charles Edward Gregg Fisher, Esq., eldest son of Edward Fisher, Esq., of Spring Dale, co. York, upon his assuming by royal licence, dated 29 July, 1876, the surname of Philipps, in lieu of that of Fisher, in compliance with the testamentary injunction of his father-in-law, Rev. James Henry Alexander Philipps, M.A., of Picton Castle). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, ar. a lion ramp. sa. gorged with a ducal coronet, and therefrom a chain reflected over the back or, and for distinction in the centre chief point a cross crosslet of the second, for Philipps; 2nd and 3rd, ar. on a chev. gu. three trefoils slipped of the field in chief as many fleurs-de-lis of the second, for Fisher. Crests—1st, Philipps: A lion ramp. gorged and chained as in tbe arms charged on the shoulder for distinction with a cross crosslet or; 2nd, Fisher: in front o f a bulrush erect a kingfisher ppr. resting tbe dexter claw on a fleur-de-lis or. Mottoes—Ducit amor patriae; Virtute et fide.
57) Philip - Per bend ar. and or, a lion ramp. sa. a bordure gobony of the first and gu.
58) Philip - Per bend or and ar. a lion ramp. sa. within a bordure gobony of the second and purp.
59) Philip - Sa. a lion ramp. crowned or, betw. eight fleurs-de-lis ar.
60) Philip - (Ormistone, co. Haddington, 1685). Az. on a chev. betw. three talbots’ heads erased ar. two lozenges of the first. Crest—A talbot ppr. Motto—Vivis sperandum.
61) Philip - (Over Carnbie, co. Fife, 1672). Az. a chev. invecked betw. three talbots’ heads erased or. Motto—Sors omnia versat.
62) Philip - (Amrecloss, co. Forfar). Az. a chev. betw. three talbots’ heads couped ar. Motto—Non dormit qui custodit.
63) Philip - Philip-ap-Uchdryd - Az. three cocks ar. armed, crested, and jelloped or.
64) Philip - Philip-ap-Ivor - (Lordof Iscoed). At. an eagle displ. or.
65) Philip - or Philips - (London, and co. Suffolk, late of Jamaica). Quarterly, gu. and ar. in the dexter chief quarter an eagle displ. or, armed of the field. Crest—Out of a ducal coronet az. three ostrich feathers ar.
66) Philip - Provence - D'azur au chevron d'or acc en chef de deux étoiles d'argent et en pointe d'un pélican du même dans son aire de sable. English: Provence - azure a chevron or accompanied by in chief by two etoiles argent and in base a pelican of the same in its nest sable.
67) Philip - Marseille - Règl. d'arm. du 29 octobre 1781 - D'argent à une tige de trois épis de sinople soutenue d'un croissant de gueules et surmontée de trois étoiles rangées du même Casque de deux tiers orné de lambrequins de gueules d'argent et de sinople. English: Marseille (regulation of Arms of 29th October 1781) Argent with a stem of three tufts vert supported by a crescent gules and surmounted by by three etoiles arranged of the same helmet of two layers decorated with mantling gules argent and vert.
68) Philip - de Hoffnungswald - Transylvanie - (An., 7 avril 1716) - D'azur à une ancre au naturel Cimier un homme issant habillé d'azur tenant de sa main dextre une épée d'argent et de sa senestre une balance en équilibre Lambrequin d'or et d'azur. English: Of Hoffnungswald Transylvania ( 7th April 1716 ) Azure with an anchor proper Crest: a man issuant dressed azure holding in his dexter hand a sword argent and in his sinister a set of scales in equilibrium Mantling: or and azure.
69) Philipe - de Beuville - Normandie - Règl. d'arm. du 20 juin 1696, donné en suite des Lettres d'Anob. de juin 1696, accordées à sieur Jacques Philippe, sieur de Beuville, lieutenant général en la vicomté du Perche. D'or à l'aigle de sable le vol étendu au chef de gueules chargé de deux croisettes d'argent Casque de profil avec lambrequins de sable d'or et de gueules. English: Beuville - Normandy - Regulations of Arms 20th june 1696, given in a set of letters referring to the enoblement of June 1696, according to Sir Jacques Philippe, Lord dof Beuville, lieutenant general and viscount of Perche. Or with an eagle sable the pair of wings extended a chief gules charged with two crosslets argent helmet in profile with Mantling: sable or and gules.
70) Philipe - du Moncel - Normandie - Règl. d'arm. du 15 mars 1698, en conséquence des Lettres d'Anob. du mois de mars 1698, accordées à sieur Jacques Philipe, sieur du Moncel. Trésorier général de France à Alençon. D'argent au chevron de gueules acc de trois glands tigés et feuillés de sinople posés 2 en chef et 1 en pointe au chef d'azur chargé de trois étoiles d'or Casque de profil avec lambrequins d'azur d'or de sinople d'argent et de gueules. English: Moncel - Normandy - Regulation of Arms of 15th March 1698, in consequence of letters of enoblement of the month of March 1698, according to Sir Jacques Philipe, Lord of Moncel, treasurer general of France in Alencon. Argent a chevron gules accompanied by three acorns stemmed and leaved vert placed 2 in chief and 1 in base a chief azure charged with three etoiles or helmet in profile with Mantling: azure or vert argent and gules.
71) Philippe - Normandie - Sieur de Glatigny, maintenu en 1666 - D'azur à trois flèches tombantes d'or. English: Normandy - Lord of Glatigny, maintained since 1666 - Azure three arrows hanging or.
72) Philippe - Normandie - Sieur des Acres, Beaumont, etc. maintenu le 30 mars 1666. D'argent à la fasce crénelée de deux pièces de gueules acc en pointe d'une tête de lion vomissant des flammes du même. English: Normandy Lord of Acres, Beaumont etc, maintained since 30th March 1666. argent a fess embattled on the upper side of two pieces gules accompanied by in base a head of lion issuing with flames of the same.
73) Philippe - Lorraine - Famille anoblie le 1er août 1584, qui succéda dans les armes de la famille de Bagadour - D'argent à un annelet de sable duquel pendent trois menottes ou carcans posés en pairle et acc en chef d'une étoile le tout de sable d'étoile est parfois remplacée par une molette) Casque avec lambrequins Cimier une des menottes en pal. English: Lorraine - Family enobled 1st August 1584, who inherited the arms from the family of Bagadour - Argent with a annulet sable from which hangs three handcuffs [shackles] placed in pall and accompanied by in chief a etoile all sable ( the etoile is sometimes replaced by a mullet ) helmet with Mantling: Crest: the shackles palewise.
74) Philippe - Besançon, Genevois - (An., 25 avril 1646) - Écartelé aux 1 et 4 de gueules à la bande d'argent ch de trois têtes de cheval de sable aux 2 et 3 d'azur à un vautour d'argent le vol levé Cimier une tête de cheval de sable sommée de trois plumes d'autruche une d'argent entre deux de gueules Lambrequin d'argent et de gueules. English: Besancon, Geneva ( 25th April 1646 ) quarterly 1st and 4th gules a bend argent charged with three heads of horses sable 2nd and 3rd azure with a vulture argent the pair of wings upright Crest: a head of horse sable surmounted by three ostrich feathers one argent between two gules Mantling: argent and gules.
75) Philippe - Lorraine - (An., 4 août 1584) - D'argent à trois menottes liées ensemble de celle du milieu en pend une autre de sable le tout acc en chef d'une étoile d'azur. English: Lorraine ( 4th August 1584 ) argent three shackles tied [banded] together with that of the middle hanging from the others sable all accompanied by in chief an etoile azure.
76) Philippe - de Marigny - Normandie - D'azur au chevron d'or acc en chef à dextre d'un croissant d'argent à senestre d'une étoile du même et en pointe d'un cygne aussi d'argent. English: Marigny - Normandy - azure a chevron or accompanied by in chief to the dexter a crescent argent to the sinister a etoile of the same and in base a swan also argent.
77) Philipp - Görlitz - (Conc. d'arm., 12 sept. 1617) - D'azur à deux colonnes accostées l'une d'argent et l'autre de gueules acc de trois étoiles d'argent 2 en chef et 1 en pointe Bourlet d'azur et d'argent Cimier une étoile d'argent entre un vol d'azur chaque aile ch d'une étoile d'argent Lambrequin d'argent et d'azur. English: Görlitz - (List of arms)., 12th Sept. 1617) - Azure two columns [pillars] side by side the one argent and the other gules accompanied by three etoiles argent 2 in chief and 1 in base the wreath on the helmet azure and argent Crest: an estoile argent between a pair of wings azure each wing charged with an etoile argent Mantling: argent and azure.
78) Philipp - de Hoffnungswald - Transylvanie - (Nob. d'Autriche et du St-Empire, 18 sept. 1731) - D'argent à un sauvage de carnation ceint et couronné de lierre au milieu d'une forêt de sinople appuyant la main dextre sur une ancre d'argent accolée d'un rameau de laurier de sinople la senestre appuyée sur sa hanche et tenant un arbre arraché passé sous son bras soutenu d'une terrasse de sinople le champ chapé à dextre de sable et à senestre d'or avec un chevron de gueules brochant sur les lignes du chapé le sable chargé d'une étoile d'or et l'or d'un demi-vol de sable Cimier le sauvage issant avec son ancre et son arbre entre un vol coupé à dextre d'or sur sable et à senestre de gueules sur argent Lambrequin conformes aux émaux du vol. English: Hoffnungswald - Transylvanie - (Nobles of Autriche and of St-Empire, 18th Sept. 1731) -Argent with a savage carnation belted and crowned of ivy of of the type of the forest vert resting the dexter hand over an anchor argent side by side with a branch of laurel vert the sinister resting on his hip and holding a tree eradicated placed under his arm supported by a mount vert the field chape to the dexter sable and to the sinister or with a chevron gules covering over the edge of the chape the sable charged with an etoile or and the or a single wing sable Crest: the savage issuant with his anchor and his tree between a pair of wings per fess to the dexter or over sable and to the sinister gules over argent Mantling: conforming to the [same as] colours of pair of wings.
79) Phillips - Wales - or, a lion, rampant, sa. collared and chained of the first.
80) Phillips - Pembrike and Wales - sable, a lion rampant, sable, ducally gorged and chained, or
81) Phelip - (Donnyton, co. Worcester). Quarterly, gu. and ar. in the 1st quarter an eagle displ. or, on the breast an annulet sa.
82) Phelip - (Montacnte, co. Somerset, settled there for many centuries; descended from Sir Edward Phelips, Knt., Master of the Rolls, and Speaker of the House of Commons, temp. Queen Elizabeth, fourth son of Thomas Phelips Esq., of Barrington, who built the present mansion at Montacute, and d. 1588; Sir Edward’s son and heir, Robert Phelips, was M.P. co. Somerset in many Parliaments, temp. James I., and Charles I., and a distinguished and active member of the popular party). (Corfe Mullen, co. Dorset; the senior line of the Phelips, of Barrington and Corfe Mullen; the heiress, Jane Phelips, m. the Rev. Sir James Hanham, Bart.). (Briggins Park, co. Hertford; the Rev. Charles Phelips, fourth son of Edward Phelips, Esq., of Montacute, descended from Sir Edward Phelips, Knt., Master of the Rolls, temp. Elizabeth, m. in 1792, Mary, dau. of Thomas Blackmore, Esq., of Briggins Park, by Mary, his wife, sister of John Old Goodford, Esq.). Ar. a chev. gu. betw. three roses of the last, seeded and leaved ppr. Crest—A square beacon, or chest, on two wheels or, filled with fire ppr. Motto—Pro aris et focis.
83) Phillips - Baronet - Or on a pile azure, between two greyhounds courant in base sable, a lion rampant of the first, guttee de poix. Crest: A demi-lion azure, between two nuggets of gold and charged with two annulets interlaced palewise or.