1) (co. Lancaster, 1664). Sa. three bells ar. a canton or.
2) (Alwardby, or Allerby, co. Cumberland). Gu. on a fess or, three church bells as, a border engr. ar.
3) (Weary Hall, co. Cumberland; a younger branch of Porter, of Allerby). (The Close, co. Cumberland; presumed to derive from the Posters, of Weary Hall; of this branch of the family was John Porter D.D., Bishop of Clogher, 1798-1819). Sa. three church bells ar.
4) (co. Buckingham). Gu. three church bells or.
5) (St. Stephen’s, co. Cornwall, and co. Lincoln, 1640). Sa. three church bells ar. a canton erm.
6) (Launcells, co. Cornwall; the heiress m. Hele). Gu. on a fess ar. betw. three falcons’ wings of the last a bezant charged with a lion pass. of the field. Crest—A demi goat erect.
7) (Shield Row, co. Durham; the heiress, Jane Porter, m. Nicholas Blakiston). Gu. on a fess or (sometimes engr.) three bells sa. a bordure engr. ar. charged with eight pellets.
8) (Newark, co. Gloucester). Gu. five marlions’ wings in saltire ar.
9) (co. Gloucester). Gu. on a fess betw. five falcons’ wings or, three hurts.
10) (Aston, co. Warwick). Sa. three church bells ar. Crest—Betw. two pillars roofed and spired or, a church bell ar.
11) (Isle of Wight). Ar. three dragons’ heads couped gu. Crest—A dragon’s head couped gu.
12) (co. Lancaster). Barry of six or and az. on a bend gu. three escallops of the first.
13) (cos. Lincoln and Kent). Sa. three church bells ar. a canton erm. Crest—A portcullis ar. chained or.
14) (Wadhurst and Seaford, co. Sussex). Same Arms and Crest, a crescent for diff.
15) (co. Lincoln, and St. Margaret’s-in-Southernam, co. Suffolk). Sa. three church bells ar. a chief erm. Crest—A portcullis ar. nailed and chained or, the chains cast over in fret.
16) (Edward Robert Poster, Esq., of London). Per chev. sa. and ar. in chief three church bells of the second, each charged with an erm. spot counterchanged. Crest—An heraldic antelope's head erased ar. attired or, gorged with a collar gu. therefrom, on the centre of the neck, a bell pendent sa. charged with an erm. spot of the first.
17) (London). Ar. a fess engr. sa. (another, vert) fretty or, in chief three church bells of the second.
18) (London). Az. two dolphins in pale, embowed and addorsed ar. betw. six crosses crosslet fitchée or, on a chief gu. three leopards’ faces of the third.
19) (co. Warwick). Sa. three bars ar. (another, tinctures reversed). Crest—A bull’s head couped gu. armed or.
20) (Etington, co. Warwick). Sa. three bells ar. a canton erm. Crest—A portcullis ar. chained or.
21) (Claines. co. Worcester. Visit. 1634). Ar. a fess engr. vert, fretty or, in chief three bells sa. Crest—A squirrel sejant, holding a bell sa. garnished gold.
22) Same Arms. Crest—A demi squirrel or, semée of hurts, holding an acorn branch vert, acorned of the first.
23) Gu. on a fess or, a torteau charged with a lion pass. guard. of the second (another, betw. three wings gold). Crest—A demi antelope or, spotted, cellared, and attired
24) (alias Gloucester). Gu. on a fess or, three hurts, the middle one charged with a lion pass. the other with a fleur-de-lis betw. three wings all of the second. Crest—A stag’s head erased ar. attired and ducally gorged or, betw. two laurel branches vert.
25) Gu. on a fess betw. three wings or, an annulet of the first.
26) Ar. on the trunk of a tree raguly vert an eagle, wings expanded gu.
27) Gu. on a fess betw. an eagle in chief, wings close, and two bucks’ heads erased in base all ar. three cinquefoils of the field.
28) (Alfarthing, co. Surrey; descended from Endymion Porter, Groom of the Bedchamber to Charles I., a celebrated courtier of the period, who was descended from Robert Porter, brother of Sir William Porter, Knt., temp. Henry V. Eleanor, dau. of John Porter, Esq., of Alfarthing, m. Pierce Walsh, Esq., co. Waterford, and her son, Pierce Walsh, inherited the property of his maternal uncle). Sa. three bells ar. a canton erm.
29) Az. a fess ar. fretty vert.
30) Gu. ou a fess betw. a falcon in chief and two bucks' heads couped in base ar. three roses of the field.
31) (Kingston, co. Meath; Fun. Ent. Ulster’s Office, 1623, William Porter, of that place). Gu. three church bells ar.
32) (Oldbridge, co. Meath; Fun. Ent. Ulster’s Office, 1623, Maude, wife of William Porter, of that place). Same Arms, a crescent for diff.
33) (Reg. Ulster’s Office). Sa. three church bells ar. a canton erm. Crest—A cubit arm, habited az. cuffed ar. grasping in the hand ppr. a battle axe also ppr.
34) (Waterford; confirmed by Hawkins, Ulster, 1717, to Nicholas Porter, son of John Porter, Esq., of Waterford, by his wife, Mary Hoare, of Shandon). Sa. three bells ar. a canton erm. Crest—A stag’s head couped sa. attired or.
35) (exemplified to Thomas Stewart Ellison-Macartney, Lieutenant R.N., son of John William Ellison-Macartney, Esq., of the Palace, Clogher, co. Tyrone, M.P., by Elizabeth Phcebe his wife, dau. of Rev. John Grey Porter, of Kilskeery, co. Tyrone, on his assuming, by royal licence, 1875, the surname and arms of Porter, in lieu of those of Ellison-Macartney). Motto—Et fide et virtute. (exemplified to John Porter Archdall, of Caius College, Cambridge, son of Nicbolas Montgomeby Archdall, Esq., of Crockmacrieve, co. Fermanagh, by Adelaide Mary, his wife, dau. of Rev. John Grey Porter, of Kilkeery, co. Tyrone, on his assuming, by royal licence, 1876, the surname and arms of Porter, in lieu of Archdall). Sa. three bells ar. a canton of the last charged with a portcullis ppr. Crest—A portcullis ppr. therefrom pendent by a chain or, a shield of the arms.
36) (Troquain. co. Kirkcudbright; granted 1804). Motto—Vigilantia et virtute. Quarterly, 1st, ar. a dexter arm embowed and erased ppr. holding a key az.: 2nd and 3rd, gu. a mastiff dog sejant, holding in the forepaws a Lochaber axe ppr.; 4th, ar. a church bell az. tongued or. Creat—A dexter arm in armour embowed, grasping a sword all ppr.