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1) (Cotlington, co. Somerset; Nicholas Watts, Esq., of Cotlington, son of Hugh Watts, and grandion of William Watts, both of same place. Visit. Somerset, 1623). Az. three broad arrows or, feathered ar. on a chief of the second as many men's heads couped in profile ppr. crined sa. Crest—A greyhound sejant ar. collared az. studded or, sustaining a broad arrow of the third, plumed ppr.
2) (Blakesley, co. Northampton; descended from John Wathes, of Eston, co. Worcester, temp. Edward III.). Erm. on a chief gu. a bezant betw. two billets or. Crest—A lozenge gu. betw. two wings expanded or.
3) (Hawkesdale Hall, co. Cumberland; descended from George Watts, third son of Coningsby Watts, who was third son of Edward Watts, Esq., of Blakesley, 1615; Rev. William Watts, A.M., of Queen's College, Oxford, grandson of the above George Watts, m. Mary, sister and (in her issue) sole heir of John Nicolson, Esq., of Hawkesdale Hall). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, ar. a fess gu. in chief two crosses crosslet of the last; 2nd and 3rd, erm. on a chief gu. a bezant betw. two billets or. Crest—A lozenge gu. betw. two wings elevated or.
4) (Norwich, co. Norfolk; granted by Bysshe, Clarenceux, 18 Jan. 1664). Erm. on a chief sa. an annulet betw. two billets or. Crest—A lion's paw erect and erased sa. charged with an annulet betw. two billets in pale or.
5) (Hockwold, co. Norfolk, 1610). Erm. on a chief gu. an annulet betw. two billets or. Crest—A lion’s gauib erased gu. supporting a shield or.
6) (co. Norfolk). Erm. on a chief gu. two billets or.
7) (Thunderige, co. Herts, and London). Ar. two bars az. in chief three pellets.
8) (London). Ar. on a fess vert betw. three eagles' heads erased sa. as many crosses sarcelly of the first.
9) (Hanslope Park, co. Bucks). Az. three arrows or, feathered and headed ar. on a chief of the second three Moors' heads couped and sidefaced sa. Crest—A greyhound sejant ar. supporting with the dexter foot an arrow or. headed and barbed of the first. Motto—Non eget Mauri jaculis neque arcu.
10) (Abney Hall, co. Chester; Sir James Watts, Knt., of Abney Hall, J.P., youngest son of John Watts, of Manchester, by Elizabeth, his wife, served the office of Mayor of Manchester in 1857, and received during that year the honour of knighthood). Erm. on a chief sa. a garb betw. two bees or. Crest—A demi griffin sa. wings expanded chequy or and aa. the dexter claw grasping a garb or. Motto—Fide sed cui vide.
11) Erm. on a chief gu. three arrows conjoined, one in pale and two in saltire, points downwards or, barbed and flighted ar. betw. two lions ramp. of the last. Crest—A greyhound sejant ar. collared az. and resting the dexter paw upon a portcullis or. Motto—Va presto ma sano.
12) Az. a bend engr. erminois betw. two crescents or, a canton gu. Crest—A demi lion or, charged with a cross pattee az. holding in the mouth an oak branch ppr. acorned gold, supporting a shield also gold, charged with a fess erminois betw. three fleurs-de-lis in chief and a cross pattee in base or, from the shield an escroll bearing the Motto—Amice.
13) Ar. two bars az. in chief three pellets. Crest—A seadog’s head couped ar.
14) Or, three bucks pass. az.
15) Ar. a fess gu. in chief two crosses crosslet of the last.
16) (Francis Watts, Esq., of Vincent Square, Westminster). Erm. on a chief gu. three arrows conjoined, one in pale and two in saltire, points downwards or, barbed and flighted ar. betw. two lions ramp. of the last. Crest—A greyhound sejant ar. collared az. and resting the dexter paw upon a portcullis or. Motto—Va presto ma sano.

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