1) (Boconnock, co. Cornwall; Baron Camelford, extinct 1801; Thomas Pitt, Esq., of Boconnock, son of Thomas Pitt, Esq., of Boconnock, elder brother of William, first Earl of Chatham, was created Baron Camelford, 1784). Motto—Per ardua liberi. Sa. a fess chequy ar. and az. betw. three bezants. Crest—A stork ar. Supporters—Two Cornish choughs reguard. wings elevated ppr.
2) (Earl of Chatham, extinct 1835). Motto—Benigno numine. Sa. a fess chequy ar. and az. betw. three bezants. Crest—A stork ppr. beaked and membered or, resting the dexter claw on an anchor erect, cabled of the last. Supporters—Dexter, a lion ramp. guard. ppr. charged on the right shoulder with an acorn or, slipped and leaved vert; sinister, a buck ppr. attired, collared, and chained or.
3) (Earl of Londonderry; Col. Thomas Pitt M.P., of the same family as Pitt, Earl of Chatham, m. Lady Frances Ridgeway, dau. and co-heiress of Robert, Earl of Londonderry, and was created Earl of Londonderry in 1726; title extinct, 1764). Motto—Amitié. Quarterly, 1st and 4th, sa. a fess chequy ar. and az. betw. three bezants; 2nd and 3rd, sa. two wings conjoined ar. Crest—A stork ar. beaked and membered or, holding up its dexter foot. Supporters—Two falcons sa. beaked, membered, and belled or, each gorged with a chaplet of red roses, barbed and seeded ppr.
4) (Churwiard; Sir Edward Pitt, Sheriff co. Worcester, temp. James I.). Az. three bars ar. in chief as many estoiles or.
5) (Ewern-Stepleton, co. Dorset; granted 1604 to William Pitt, Esq., of that place). Same Arms. Crest—A stork ar. beaked and legged ppr.
6) (East Mount, near Cirencester, co. Gloucester). Same Arms. Crest—A stork ppr.
7) (Priorsley and Shiffnall, co. Salop; granted, 1758, to Humphrey Pitt, Esq.). Gu. an elephant erminois, on a chief or, a human heart ppr. betw. two horseshoes az. Crest—A cubit arm erect ppr. erased at the elbow gu. bolding a banner or, charged with a human heart also ppr.
8) (Kyre-Ward, cos. Salop and Worcester). Barry of six or and az. on a chief of the second three estoiles pierced of the first. Crest—A dove, wings expanded ar. beaked and legged gu. betw. two eare of wheat or.
9) (Cricket-Malherby, co. Somerset). Gu. a fess gobony counter-gobony or and az. betw. three bezants. Crest—A stork ppr. resting the dexter claw on a bezant.
10) (Causeway and Melcombe Regis, co. Dorset, and North Crickett, co. Somerset). Barry of ten or and az. over all an escutcheon ar.
11) (co. Worcester). Barry of ten or and az. eight inescutcheons, three, two, two, and one, ar. Crest—On a trunk of a tree, lying fessways and raguly, vert, a stag ppr. attired or, betw. two acorn branches, sprouting from the tree ppr. fructed gold.
12) Erm. on a buck’s head a cross formée fitchée gu.
13) (Goldhall, co. York; quartered by Lysley). Or, a bend vair betw. three hurts.
14) (Dublin; Pun Ent. Ulster’s Office, 1622, John Pitt, Collector of the Customs). Az. three bars ar. in chief as many estoiles of the last, a crescent for diff.
15) (co. Bedford). Per pale ar. and gu. a chev. betw. three trefoils counterchanged.
16) (London, and co. Somerset). Gu. a feas counter-componée or and az. betw. three bezants. Crest—A stork ar. beaked and legged gu. resting the dexter claw on a bezant.
17) (co. Worcester). Az. three bars or, in chief as many estoiles of the last. Crest—A dove ppr. enclosed by a wreath of wheat or.
18) (co. Kent). Ar. a chev. gu. betw. three peacocks’ heads erased az.