1) (co. Suffolk). Az. a cross formée betw. four estoiles or.
2) Az. a cross flory (another, pattée) betw. four estoiles or.
3) Az. two bars gemel ar. on a chief of the second three lozenges gu.
4) (Fun. Ent. Ulster's Office, 1661, Sir Robert Sterling, Knt.). Ar. on a bend engr. az. three round buckles or, on a sinister canton gu. a sword erect in pale, the point pierced through a mural crown betw. on the dexter a thistle, and on the sinister a harp, all of the third.
5) (Keir, co. Perth). Motto—Gang forward. See Maxwell., of Pollok, bart. Ar. on a bend sa. (another, az.; another, engr. vert) three buckles or. Crest—A Moor's head couped ppr.
6) (Kippendavie, Scotland). Motto—Gang forward. Ar. on a bend sa. three buckles of the first, in chief a crescent of the second. Crest—A negro's head ppr.
7) (Bankell, co. Stirling). Motto—Fides servata secundat. Ar. on a bend engr. az. three buckles or, in chief a lion’s head erased gu. Crest—A lion pass. ppr.
8) (Ardoch, Scotland, bart., 1666; represented by Home-Drummond, of Blair Drummond, as heir of line). Ar. on a bend engr. az. three buckles or, quartered with Ar. a cross engr. az., for Sinclair.
9) (Cadder, co. Stirling; direct line ended in an heiress in the 16th century). Ar. on a bend sa. three buckles or. Crest—A swan’s head and neck issuing out of a ducal coronet ppr.
10) (Drumpellier, co. Lanark, 1818). Same Arms. Creat—Issuing out of a ducal coronet a hart’s head az. Supporters—Two Caledonian bulls ppr. gorged and chained or. Mottoes—Gang forward; and, Caatrum et nemus Strevileuse.
11) (Glasgow, 1870). Motto—Gang forward. Same Arms, within a bordure sa. Same Crest.
12) (Faskine, co. Lanark, bart., 1800). Motto—Gang forward. Ar. on a bend engr. az. betw. two roses gu. seeded or, barbed vert, three buckles of the fourth, all within a bordure of the fifth. Crest—A dexter arm armed, issuing out of a ducal coronet, grasping a dagger in fesa all ppr. the last hilted and pommelled or. Supporters—Two hinds purp. semée of estoiles ar. ducally gorged or.
13) (Craigbarnet, co. Dumbarton). Ar. on a bend engr. az. betw. a rose in chief and a boar's head cabossed in base gu. three buckles or. Crest—A lady issuant from the breast upwards ppr. robed and winged or, ensigned on the head with a cross ar.
14) (Garthshore-Stirling of Craigbarnet). Motto—I renew my age. Quarterly, 1st and 4th, ar. a saltire cantoned with four hollyleaves slipped vert, for Garthshore; 2nd and 3rd, Stirling, of Craigbarnet, as above. Crest, for Garthshore—An eagle displ. ppr. Supporters—Two eagles with wings expanded ppr.
15) (Glorat, co. Stirling, bart., 1866; now heir male of Craigbarnet). Motto—Semper fidelis. Ar. on a bend engr. az. three buckles or, on a chief gu. in the dexter canton an imperial crown, in the sinister a naked arm issuing out of a cloud and grasping a sword in pale all ppr. the whole within a double tressure flory counterflory of thistles vert. Crest—A lion pass. gu.
16) (cadet of Glorat, 1672). Or, on a bend engr. betw. a rose in chief and a martlet in base gu. three buckles of the field.
17) (Law. co. Dumbarton). Motto—Hic fides et robur. Ar. on a bend engr. az. three buckles or, in chief on a branch of oak a raven ppr.
18) (Herbertshire, co. Stirling, 1672). Motto—Gang forward. Ar. on a bend engr. az. betw. two roses, one in chief and the other in base gu. three buckles or. Crest—A Moor's head couped ppr.
19) (Graham-Stirling, of Duchray). Mottoes—Over: For right; and, below the arms: Noctesque diesque præsto. Quarterly, 1st and 4th, ar. on a bend engr. az. betw. two roses gu. three buckles or; 2nd, or, a broken wall az. betw. a crescent in the collar point and in base a rose gu. on a chief engr. sa. three escallops of the field; 3rd, ar. a saltire engr. az. on a chief of the last three mullets of the field. Crest—An eagle displ. holding in the dexter claw a sword, and in the sinister a pistol ppr. Supporters—Two lions ar. imperially crowned or.
20) (Mansfield, co. Ayr, bart., 1792). Motto—Forward. Ar. a fess chequy az. and of the field betw. a lion ramp. gu. and a Moor’s head couped ppr. in chief and a garb of the second in base, over all a bend engr. also of the second, charged with three buckles or. Crest—A demi Moor, on his back a sheaf of arrows, his dexter arm stretched out, holding an arrow in fess all ppr. Supporters—Two Moors, girt round the loins with belts of feathers, each having a fillet wreathed ar. and az. round his head, a quiver of arrows at his back, a sword at his side, sandals on his feet, and resting with his exterior hand on a bow all ppr.
21) (Larbert. co. Stirling, 1864). Same Arms, Crest, and Motto, but without the Supporters.
22) (George Stirling, Chirurgeon in Edinburgh, 1672). Motto—By wounding I cure. Ar. on a bend engr. az. betw. a rose in chief gu. and a trepan (a chirurgical instrument) in base ppr. three buckles or. Crest—A dexter hand poiating a lancet ppr.
23) (Dundee, Scotland, 1672). Motto—Faveutibus auris. Or, on a bend az. three buckles of the first, on a chief a columbine flower slipped ppr. Crest—A ship under sail ppr.
24) (confirmed by Roberts, Ulster, 1649, to Sir Robert Stiriling, Knt., Governor of the city and county of Cork, fourth son of William Stiriling, Esq., of Glorate, in the Sheriffdom of Lenox, in Scotland, who was son of William Stiriling, Baron of Glorate). Motto—Gang through. Ar. on a bend engr. az. three buckles or, and for augmentation, on a canton gu. a sword in pale supporting on the point a crown all ppr. betw. a thistle and harp of the third. Crest—Out of a ducal coronet or, an armed arm holding in the hand a sword, the point supporting a crown of laurel sill ppr.