1) (Wimbledon, co. Surrey, Elsenham Hall, co. Essex, and Farthington Lodge, co. Northampton). Quarterly, gu. and ar. on a fess per pale yert and or, betw. three horses courant as many roundles all counterchanged. Crest—A wolf's head erased vert, langued gu. guttée d’or, gorged with a collar gold, charged with three torteaux. Motto—Un Dieu, un roy, une foi.
2) Gu. on a fess betw. three horses courant ar. as many annulets az. Crest—A wolf's head erased erm.
3) (Thomas Rush, Chapmans, co. Oxford, and co. Suffolk, 1533). Gu. on a fess or, betw. three horses courant ar. as many hurts.
4) On a fess or, betw. three horses courant ar. as many pellets.
5) Ar. on a chev. az. three crescents of the field.
6) Chequy or and vert, a fess gu.
7) (co. Essex, 1605). Gu. a fess or, betw. three horses courant ar. Crest—An arm in armour garnished or, holding in the hand by the hair the head of a man, the neck dropping blood all ppr.
8) (co. Suffolk). Gu. on a fess or, betw. three colts ar. as many hurts. Crest—A fox's head erased ar. guttée de vert.
9) (со. Suffolk). Purp. on a fess or, betw. three horses pass. ar. as many hurts. Crest—A horse’s head erased vert guttée ar.
10) (co. Wilts). Sa. a wolf salient ar. in chief three crosses fitchée of the second.
11) (Sir Francis Rushe, knighted by Robert, Earl of Essex, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, at Maryborough, the Fort of Leix, 17 May, 1599). Gu. a fess or, betw. three colts in full course ppr. Crest—A wolf's head erased erm.