1) (Baron Segrave, in abeyance since the time of Edward IV.; descended from Gilbert de Segrave, Lord of Segrave, co. Leicester, Sheriff cos. Warwick and Leicester, a.d: 1193; his great-grandson, Nicholas de Segrave, was summoned to Parliament a.d. 1264; John, third baron, d. 1353, leaving an only dau. and heir, Elizabeth Segrave, to. John de Mowbray, fourth Baron Mowbray, to whose descendants she conveyed the barony; John, eighth Lord Mowbray and Segrave, fourth Duke of Norfolk, left an only dau. and heir, Lady Anne Mowbrat, d. s. p., when the barony fell into abeyance between the descendants of Lady Margaret Mowbray, wife of Sir Robert Howard, and Lady Isabel Mowbray, wife, first of Sir Henry Ferrers, and second, of James, fifth Lord Berkeley, daus. of Thomas, sixth Lord Mowbray, and first Duke of Norfolk). (Baron Segrave, of Barton Segrave, vested in the representatives of the Bohdn family. Nicholas de Segrave, second son of Nicholas, first Lord Segrave, was summoned to Parliament 1295, d. 1322, leaving an only dau. and heir, Maud Segrave, m. Edmund de Bohun). Sa. three garbs ar. banded gu.
2) (Scalford, co. Leicester; Charles Segrave, Visit. Leicester, 1619, son of Ralph Segrave). Ar. a lion ramp. sa. crowned or.
3) (co. Leicester). Sa. a lion rainp. ar. crowned or, a border engr. gu.
4) (cos. Leicester and Lincoln). Sa. a lion ramp. ar. crowned or.
5) (co. Leicester, temp. Edward I.). Same Arms. Crest—Six arrows in saltire banded.
6) (co. Worcester). Sa. a lion ramp. ar. crowned or.
7) (quartered by Drayton, arms impaled by Barrington, in Hasley House, co. Oxford. Visit. Oxon, 1574). Erm. two bars gu. in chief a demi lion ramp. of the last.
8) (John de Segrave; arms in a window in Dorchester Church, co. Oxford. Visit. Oxon, 1574). Sa. a lion ramp. ar. crowned or.
9) Sa. a lion ramp. ar. Crest—Five arrows wreathed and bound ar. and sa. headed and barbed also ar. sticks or, banded gold.
10) Sa. a lion ramp. ar. a bend engr. or.
11) Sa. a lion ramp. double queued ar. crowned or.
12) Sa. three garbs or.
13) Same Arms, a bend gu.
14) Same Arms, a border engr. gold.
15) (Killeghan, co. Meath; descended from Patrick Segrave, eldest son of Richard Segrave, Esq., of Killeghan, d. 33 Henry VIII., a.d. 1541, who was great-great-grandson of Richard Segrave, Chief Baron of the Exchequer in Ireland, 1404). Ar. on a bend gu. three trefoils slipped or. Crest—A demi lion ramp. ppr. holding betw. the paws an oak branch vert, acorned or. Motto—Dieuet mon Roy.
16) (Cabragb, co. Dublin, now of Kiltimon, co. Wicklow; registered by Betham, Ulster, to Henry John Segrave, Esq., of Cabragb, 1824, tenth in descent from Waltes Segrave, fourth son of Richard Segrave, Esq., of Killeghan, co. Meath, 33 Henry VIII., A.D. 1541). Sama Arms, Crest, and Motto, quartering, Az. three eaglets displ. or.
17) (City of Dublin; descended from William Segrave, fourth son of Richard Segrave, Esq., of Killglass, co. Dublin; Christopher Segrave was Mayor of Dublin 1559, and his son, Walter Segrave, was Mayor 1578. Visit. City of Dublin, 1607). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, ar. on a bend gu. three trefoils slipped or, a martlet for diff.; 2nd and 3rd, az. three eagles displ. or. Crest—A demi lion ramp. ar. holding betw. the paws an oak branch vert, acorned or, langued and charged on the shoulder with a martlet for diff. gu.
18) (Fun. Ent. Ulster’s Office, 1596, Stephen Segrave, Keeper of the Crane of Dublin, who with his wife and children were blown up by the bursting of a barrel of gunpowder). Ar. on a bend gu. three trefoils slipped or, a mullet charged with a crescent for diff.
19) (Richard Segrave, Baron of the Exchequer in Ireland; Fun. Ent. Ulster’s Office, 1598). Same Arms, without the diff.
20) (Ballyhack, co. Meath; Nicholas Segrave, Esq.; Fun. Ent. Ulster’s Office, 1622, of his dau. Eleanor, wife of Richard Burt, Esq.). Ar. on a bend gu. three trefoils slipped or.