1) (co. Leicester). Gu. a saltire engr. ar betw. four mullets or.
2) Sa. three pairs of dexter hands conjoined or, ruffled ar. Crest—A demi talbot ramp. sa. ducally gorged or.
3) (Shadlestone, co. Bucks). Gu. three pairs of hands addorsed ar.
4) (Misterton and Drayton, co. Leicester; seated at the former place 1277, and at the latter 1397. The branches were Purefoy, of Barwell, Wolvershill, Shalleston, Wadley, &c.). Sa. six armed hands in pairs embracing, two and one ar. Crest—A dexter gauntlet or, the inside az. fingers grasping a broken tilting-spear of the second.
5) (Caldecote, co. Warwick; confirmed by Camden. Clarenceux, to William Pubefoy, Esq., of Caldecote, tenth in descent from Philip Purefoy, Esq., of Newnham, same co.). (co. Tipperary; descended from Michael Purefoy, Esq., of Caldecote, co. Warwick, escheater for that county, temp. Mary I., second son of Thomas Purefoy, Esq., of Drayton.) Sa. six armed hands in pairs embracing, two and one ar. Crest—In a dexter gauntlet ar. a broken tilting-spear or.
6) Gu. three pairs of hands couped hand in hand ar.
7) Gu. two arms issuing from the sides of the escutcheon, hand in hand ar. betw. three human hearts or (another adds, a crescent in fess).
8) (co. Kent). Sa. six armed hands clasped ar. Crest—A dexter hand holding a garland of flowers ppr.
9) (Bagwell-Purefoy, Greenfield, co. Tipperary; exemplified to Edward Bagwell, Esq., Lieut. 3rd Dragoon Guards, on his assuming, by royal licence, 1847, the additional surname of Purefoy, in compliance with the will of William Purefoy, Esq., of Greenfield). Motto—En bonne foy. Quarterly, 1st and 4th, sa. three pairs of hands conjoined, one and two or, ruffled ar., for Purefoy; 2nd and 3rd, paly of six ar. and az. on a chief gu. a lion of the pass, of the first, for Bagwell. Crest—A hand in armour grasping a broken lance all ppr.
10) (co. Kent). Sa. six armed hands clasped ar. Crest—A dexter hand holding a garland of flowers ppr.
11) Gu. two arms issuing from the sides of the escutcheon, hand in hand ar. betw. three human hearts or (another adds, a crescent in fess).