1) (Tenterden, co. Kent; granted 1614). Az. a griffin segreant betw. three estoiles or. Crest—A griffin's head or, betw. two wings az. charged with estoiles gold.
2) (co. Essex). Same Arms. Crest—A griffin’s head betw. two wings.
3) (London, and Doncaster, co. York; granted 3 June, 1663). Sa. a griffin pass, segreant ar. a chief erm.
4) (London). Az. (another, sa.) a griffin pass. or, betw. three mullets ar. Crest—A griffin's head or, in the beak a trefoil slipped vert.
5) (Newham Hall, co. York). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, az. a griffin seagreant ar. a chief erm., for Short; 2nd, or, on a bend gu. three goats trippant ar., for Holwell; 3rd, sa. a stag’s head couped betw. three buglehorns or, stringed and garnished az., for Thurston. Crest—A griffin’s head couped or, betw. two wings az.
6) (Newton and Exeter, co. Devon; John Short of Newton, aged 36, 1620, son of John Short and grandson of John Short, both of Exeter. Visit. Devon, 1620). Gu. a griffin segreant or, a chief erm.
7) (Bickham, co. Devon). Same Arms. Crest—A griffin's head or, betw. two wings az. each charged with an estoile of the first.
8) (Edlington Grove, co. Lincoln). Motto—Sinceritas. Sa. a griffin pass. ar. on a chief of the last five erm. spots of the field. Crest—A griffin's head and neck, wings elevated sa. collared erm.
9) (Chicago, U.S. America; confirmed to John George Shortall, Esq., of Chicago, son of John Shortall, of Dublin, merchant, traditionally descended from a family seated in co. Kilkenny, of which was Sir Oliver Shortall, who d. at Ballylorcan, in that co., 1635, and whose funeral certificate was entered in Ulster's Office in May of that year). Motto—Certavi et vici. Gu. on a cross ar. a cross crosslet betw. four lions’ heads erased az. Crest—A stag trippant ppr. supporting with the dexter forepaw a cross crosslet az.