2) (co. Cambridge). Sa. three leopards in pale erm. Crest—A lion in a wood all ppr.
3) (St. Winnow, co. Cornwall). Az. a griffin segreant or, a border erm. Crest—A greyhound sejant collared and chained or.
4) (Exeter, co. Devon). Az. a griffin segreant ar. (another, per fess ar. and or), a border engr. erm.
5) (Walker-Aylesbury) (John Henry Walker Aylesbury, Esq., of Marpool Hall, co. Devon, and of Packwood, co. Warwick). Quarterly 1st and 4th, Aylesbury, ar. a cross az.; 2nd and 3rd, Walker, az. a chev. ar. guttee do larmes betw. three escutcheons of the second, each charged with a crescent of the field. Crests—1st: Upon the trunk of a tree eradicated ppr. a dragon's head erased or, gorged with a collar gemel az.; 2nd: On a mount vert a crescent az. within a chain in arch or. Motto—Nil desperandum.
6) (Redland, co. Gloucester). Ar. a falcon rising ppr. armed, jessed, and belled or, on a chief az. a bezant betw. two estoiles of the third. Crest—On a mount vert a falcon close or, collared gu. resting the dexter claw on an escutcheon az. charged with a bezant. Motto—Nec temere nec timide.
7) (Bringwood, co. Hereford; granted 20 Dec. 1660). Gu. a cross raguly betw. fourlions’ heads erased ar. crowned or.
8) (Bushey Hall, co. nerts, bart., extinct temp. William III.; Sir Walter Walker, Knt., of Bushey Hall, co. Herts, a lawyer of considerable eminence, and advocate to Queen Katherine, consort of Charles II., had two sons: 1) Sir George, created a bart. 1679, whose only son d. a minor; 2) William, ancestor of Sir George Townshend Walker, G.C.B., created a bart. 1835). Or, on a pile az. three caltraps of the first. Crest—An ostrich az. holding in the claw a caltrap or.
9) (Bushey Manor, co. Hertford; Gen. Sir Edward Walter Forestier Walker, K.C.B., 1871, son of Frederick Nathaniel Walker, of Manor House, Bushey, Knt. Com. of the Royal Honoverian Guelphlc Order, younger brother of Gen. Sir George Townshend Walker, first bart. of Castleton, co. Monmouth). Erminois on a pile embattled az. a mural crown betw. two galtraps in pale or. Crest—A mural crown or, encircled by a wreath of laurel thereon an ostrich ppr. Motto—Nil desperandum.
10) (Norton Kirkby and Fowkham, co. Kent, and Uttoxcter, co. Stafford). Az. a fess dancettee betw. three mural crowns or. Crest—On a lion's gamb erect and erased gu. a mural crown or.
11) (co. Lancaster). Ar. on a die v. sa. betw. three pellets as many crescents of the field. Crest—The sun rising in clouds all ppr.
12) (co. Leicester, Inner Temple, London, and co. Warwick). Ar. a chev. betw. three crescents sa. on a canton of the second a dove with an olive branch all ppr. Motto—Passant cressant en honeur.
13) (Robert Onebye Walker, Esq., of Bedford Square, London, one of the Registrars of the Court of Chancery, son of the late Thomas Walker, Esq., Senior Registrar of that Court). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, ar. on a chev. gu. betw. three pellets as many crescents ar., for Walker; 2nd, or, a chev. vert betw. three towers gu., for Onebye, granted 7 Aug. 1680, to the descendants of John Onebye, of Ondeby (alias Oadby) co. Leicester; 3rd, gu. a saltire or, surmounted of another vert, for Andrew, of Harlestone Park, co. Northampton. Crest—A sun in splendour ppr. Motto—Passibus aequis.
14) (Hillingdon, co. Middlesex, and Wakefield, co. York; John Walker, of Hillingdon, Assistant Clerk to the House of Lords, Visit. Middlesex, 1663, son of William Walker, of Wakefield, gent.; granted by Walker, Garter, 1563). Ar. a fess embattled counter-embattled betw. three crescents sa. Crest—A greyhound's head couped ar. plain collared sa. thereon three crescents also ar.
15) (Bow, near Stratford, co. Middlesex). Per pale ar. and sa. on a chev. betw. three crescents as many annulets all counterchanged. Crest—On a mount vert a greyhound sejant per pale ar. and sa. the ar. powdered with crescents az., the sa. with bezants, and collared or.
16) (co. Middlesex). Sa. a fess crenellee betw. three crescents ar.
17) (Castleton, Cardiff, co. Monmouth, bart.; descended from William Walker, brother of Sir George Walker, first bart. of Bushey Hall). Erminois on a pile embattled az. a mural crown betw. two galtraps in pale or. The family quarterings are Caldcleugh, Beatson, Bagster, and Pytot. Crest—A mural crown or, encircled by a wreath of laurel thereon an ostrich ppr. Supporters (granted to General Sir George Townshend Walker, first bart., upon his being appointed a G. C.B.)—Dexter, a lion reguard. ppr. gorged with a ribbon gu. fimbriated az. therefrom pendent a representation of the medal, inscribed "Badajoz," presented to Sir George Townshend Walker, by his Majesty's command, for military services, in the mouth a broken flag-staff reversed, with the eagle and tricoloured flag ppr., the latter inscribed with the word "Orthes"; sinister, an ostrich ppr. supporting the colours of his Majesty's 50th, being the regiment commanded by Sir George Walker at Vimiera, thereon an escroU gu. inscribed with the word "Vimiera" in letters of gold. Motto—Nil desperandum.
18) (Newcastle-on-Tyne, co. Northumberland). Or, three palets gu. a saltire ar. on a chief az. a crescent betw. two mullets of the field. Crest—A swan swimming in a loch ppr. Motto—Non sine periculo.
19) (Mansfield, co. Nottingham; George Walker, Esq., of Mansfield, temp. James I., son of Gregory Walker, of same place. Visit. Notts, 1614). Ar. three annulets sa. an orle of cinquefoils of the last. Crest—A buck trippant vert, attired or.
20) (Eastwood, co. Nottingham). Per chev. ar. and az. three annulets within an urle of cinquefoils all counterchanged. Crest—A demi pegasus ar. semee of cinquefoils az. winged or.
21) (Uppingham, co. Rutland). Chequy or and az. in each cheque an erm. spot counterchanged, on a chev. gu. three escallops ppr. Crest—A pilgrim's head affrontee couped at the shoulders, habited in a slouched hat and gown, on the hat and cape of the gown three escallops all ppr.
22) (Ferney Hall, co. Salop; Francis Walker, Esq., of Ferney Hall, was High Sheriff of the co. 1725). Gu. a cross flory betw. four lions' heads erased ar.
23) (Stoway, co. Somerset; Edward Walker, temp. James I., son of John Walker, and grandson of Edward Walker, who was second son of Humphry Walker, Esq., co. Stafford. Visit. Somerset, 1623). Ar. on a chev. betw. three crescents sa. two plates.
24) (Sir Edward Walker, Garter King of Arms, temp. Charles II., d. 1676, son of Edward Walker, of Roobers, co. Somerset, temp. James I.). Ar. on a cross of St. George gu. five leopards' faces or, for augmentation, quartering, Ar. a chev. betw. three crescents sa., for Walker. Crest—A garb issuing from a crown of a King of Arms, supported by a lion ar. and a dragon gu. Motto—Loyaulte mon honneur.
25) (Depperhaugh, Scole, co. Suffolk, bart.). Gu. on a chev. betw. three crosses crosslet ar. an anchor sa. on a chief of the second three stags' heads cabossed ppr. a canton az. thereon a representation of the diamond decoration appropriate to the rank of Pasha of the Ottoman Empire, which was conferred on Sir Baldwin Wake Walker, by the Sultan, for his gallant and distinguished services in Syria. Crest—Out of a naval crown az. a stag's head ppr. gorged with an Eastern crown or. Motto—Ready and faithful.
26) (Mitchell Grove, Arundel, co. Sussex). Per pale sa, and ar. on a chev. betw. three crescents as many annulets all counterchanged. Crest—A greyhound sejant ar. collared and charged on the shoulder with a cinquefoil sa.
27) (Sarum, co. Wilts). Ar. a chev. betw. three birds.
28) (Walker-Heneage) (Compton Basset, co. Wilts). Or, a greyhound courant sa. betw. three leopards' faces az. a border engr. gu. on a mullet a crescent for diff., quartering, Az. a chev. engr. erm. betw. three plates, each charged with a trefoil slipped ppr. Crests—1st, Heneage: Or, a greyhound courant sa. differenced as the arms; 2nd, Walker: A demi heraldic tiger salient per pale indented ar. and sa. armed and langued gu. maned and tufted or. Motto—Walk in the fear of God.
29) (The Coneybury, co. Worcester). Ar. on a fess betw. three martlets sa. a cinquefoil or.
30) (Norton Villa, Whittington, co. Worcester). Per pale az. and vert on a fess dancettee betw. three mural crowns or, a crescent gu. enclosed by two torteaux. Crest—A lion's gamb erect and erased gu. charged with a mural crown or, betw. two plates in pale. Motto—In Deo confido.
31) (city of Worcester; William Walker was Mayor of Worcester 1704, and Francis Walker was Mayor 1744). Gu. a cross ragulee betw. four lions' heads erased ar. crowned or.
32) (co. York; granted 11 March, 1654, and confirmed 12 June, 1562). Az. achev. engr. erm. betw. three plates, on each a trefoil vert. Crest—A demi heraldic tiger per pale indented ar. and sa. armed, langued, and tusked gu. mane and tail purfled or, supporting a branch of wallflowers or, leaved vert.
33) (Leeds, co. York). Ar. a chev. betw. three crescents az. Crest—On a hill a dunghill cock sa. beaked, legged, tombed, and wattled gu.
34) (Wakefield, co. York). Ar. a fess counter-embattled betw. three crescents sa. Crest—A greyhound's head couped ar. collared sa.
35) (co. York). Ar. a chev. betw. three crescents sa. Crests—Out of a ducal coronet or, a greyhound's head couped ar. collared sa.
36) (Sand Hutton, co. York, and Beachampton, co. Buckingham, bart.). Ar. on a chev. ga. betw. three crescents az. as many annulets or. Crest—Out of a battlement ar. a dexter arm embowed in armour, in the hand ppr. A lizard vert. Motto—Honesta quam magna.
37) (Rotherham, co. York; Henry Walker, Esq., of Blythe Hall. co. Nottingham, and Clifton House, Rotherham, co. York, was grandson and representative of Samuel Walker, the eminent iron master, who founded the iron works at Hill Top, co. York, and having raised a great commercial fortune by industry and enterprise, d. in 1782). Ar. on a chev. gu. betw. two anvils in chief and an anchor in base sa. a bee of the first betw. two crescents or. Crest—On a mount within a wreathed serpent a dove statant all ppr.
38) (Killingbeck and Wilsick, co. York). Az. a chev. engr. erm. betw. three plates, each charged with a trefoil slipped vert. Crest—A demi tiger per pale indented ar. and az. tufted or, holding a branch of roses vert, flowered gu.
39) Ar. a chev. betw. three crescents sa. Crest—A greyhound pass. ar. collared gu. rimmed and ringed or, the collar charged with three ducal coronets of the first. Another Crest—A greyhound's head erased sa. collared ar. cotised of the same, on the collar three crescents of the first.
40) Gu. a chev. betw. three crosses crosslet ar. on a chief of the last as many stags' heads cabossed of the first. Crest—A stag's head erased ppr.
41) Ar. on a chev. betw. three crescents sa. as many dragons' heads or. Crest—A demi dragon's head vert, issuing out of flames ppr. crowned or.
42) Ar. on a chev. ringed at the point betw. three crescents sa. two plates.
43) Gu. a fess betw. a mullet in chief or, and a dove of the last, holding in the beak a sprig of laurel vert, in base.
44) Az. a griffin segreant or, a border engr. erm.
45) (granted by Walker, Garter). Ar. on a chev. ringed at the point betw. three crescents sa. a star or.
46) Ar. on a bend betw. three leopards' faces gu. as many dexter hands clenched ar.
47) Or, on a chev. sa. three garbs of the first.
48) (Fun. Ent. Ulster's Office, 1626, John Walker, Counsellor-of-law). Ar. a bend betw. three boars' heads couped sa.
49) (Drogheda; Reg. by Carney, Ulster, as the arms of Doctor Walker, Schoolmaster of that place). Ar. a lion ramp. sa. a crescent for diff. Crest—A lion's head erased or, gorged with a wreath of laurel ppr.
50) (Portlester, co. Meath; confirmed, 1812, to the descendants of Roger Walker, Esq., of Portlester). Az. a chev. betw. three crescents ar. on a canton or, a turtle dove ppr. all within a border of the third. Crest—A dove rising holding in the beak an oak leaf all ppr. Motto—Passant cressant en honneur.
51) (Reg. Ulster's Office, 1813, to Samuel Walker, Esq., Examiner of the Customs of Dublin). Ar. on a chev. betw. three crescents sa. two trefoils slipped and conjoined at the stems with a rose on the dexter side and a thistle on the sinister all or, on a chief vert two doves close respecting each other of the third. Crest—A dove close holding in the beak an olive branch all ppr., motto over, Pax omnibus. Motto—Dum spiro spero.
52) (St. Fort, co. Fife, 1759). Or, three pallets gu. surmounted of a saltire ar. on a chief az. a garb betw. two mullets of the field. Crest—A cornucopia ppr. Motto—Cura et industria.
53) (Dr. Thomas Walker, St. Petersburg, 1829). Ar. on a saltire gu. two longbows in saltire of the first, on a chief of the second two lozenges or. Crest—A Scotch fir tree eradicated ppr. Motto—Passus rege meos.
54) (Blairtown, co. Aberdeen, 1845). Or, three pallets gu. surmounted of a saltire erm. on a chief az. a lion ramp. ar. betw. two buckles of the field- Crest—An eagle displ. az. Motto—Veas mihi adjutor.
55) (Crawfordtown, co. Dumfries, 1866). Paly of six or and gu. a saltire sa. on a chief az. a garb betw. two mullets of the first. Crest—A cornuciopia ppr. Motto—Cura, et industria.
56) (Keeper of his Majesty's Buckhounds, Scotland, 1680). Ar. an oak tree growing out of the base vert betw. a stag in the dexter and a buckhound in the sinister, both in full course gu. Crest—A stag standing at gaze under a nut tree ppr. Motto—In omnes casus.
57) (Barbadoes, from Scotland, 1680). Vert a canton ar. charged with an eye ppr. Crest—A rock in the sea, the waves beating on it ppr. Motto—Per varios casus.
58) (Scotland). Or, three palets gu. surmounted of a saltire ar. on a chief az. a crescent of the third betw. two spur-rowels of the first.
59) (Kerrich-Walker, Newker House, Chester-le-Street, co. Durham; exemplified to Henry Walker Kerrich, Esq., eldest son of Edward Kerrich, Esq., of Arnolds, co. Surrey, and grandson of John Kerrich, Esq., of Harleston, co. Norfolk, by Elizabeth, his wife, dau. of John Walker, Esq., of Wall's End, co. Northumberland, upon his assuming by royal licence, 1877, the additional surname of Walker, in compliance with the will of John Walker, Esq., of Stebbing Hall, in the latter co.). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, ar. a fesse embattled, counter embattled with plain cottises sa. in chief a quatrefoil betw. two crescents and in base a crescent betw. two quatrefoils gu., for Walker; 2nd and 3rd, sa. on pile a gu. betw. two galtraps or, a galtrap of the field, for Kerrich. Crests— 1st, Walker: In front of a greyhound’s head couped ar. gorged with a collar gemel sa. a crescent gu.; 2nd, Kerrich: In front of two spears in saltire ppr. a galtrap sa. Motto—Faire sans dire.
60) (Scotland, 1881). Or, a saltire sa. on a chief erm. a cross moline of the second betw. two pallets gu. Crest—A staghound’s head ppr. collared or. Motto—Sapere aude.