2) (Weston-under-Lyzard, co. Stafford, temp. Henry II.; of the race of Reginald de Bailleul, of Bailleul en Gouffern, near Argentan, Normandy, who at Domesday held in capite the manors of Weston, Berton, Broton, and Newton, co. Stafford; vide "Westonorum antiquissimae; et equestris familise. genealogia et prosapia," by Sir William Segar, Garter, 1632, in the Select MSS. Department, British Museum. An incorrect outline of this pedigree, lacking, moreover, the third descent, that of Ralph, son of Hugh, and father of Hamo de Bailleul, Dominus de Weston temp, Henry II., is to be found in "Erdeswicke's History of co. Stafford," by Harwood, 1844. Sir Hamo de Bailleul et de Weston was the first who became known by the name of the most important of the English manors held by him; Sir Hamo de Weston, Dominus de Weston, &c., co. Stafford, temp. Henry II., and Adam de Weston, cos. Stafford and Surrey, 6 King John, bore, Ar. an eagle displ. sa.
3) (Weston-under-Lyzard, co. Stafford; Sir John de Weston, Knt., Dominus de Weston-under-Lyzard, co. Stafford, temp. Edward III.). Sa. an eagle displ. ar. a label gu.
4) (Rugeley, co. Stafford, temp. Henry VI.; descended from and representing the Weston-under-Lyzard family. The Rugeley branch, in its turn, became extinct in this century). Or, an eagle displ. reguard. sa. Crest—An eagle rising reguard. sa.
5) (Lichfield, co. Stafford, temp. Henry VIII.; John Weston, fourth son of John Weston, of Rugeley). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, or, an eagle displ. reguard. sa.; 2nd and 3rd, erm. on a chief az. five bezants.
6) (Lichfield, co. Stafford; Sir James Weston, temp. Charles I., direct descendant of John Weston, of Lichfield, temp. Henry VIII.). Same Arms. Crest—An eagle’s head or, beaked gu. a crescent for diff.
7) (Lane House and Wolveton, co. Dorset; Henry Weston, d. 1705, direct descendant of John Weston, of Lichfield, temp. Henry VIII. Owing to the elder branches having become extinct, William Henry Purcell Weston, Esq., of Wolveton, co. Dorset, now represents the family of Weston, of Weston-under-Lyzard, co. Stafford). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, or, an eagle displ. sa.; 2nd and 3rd, erm. on a chief az. five bezants. Crest—An eagle rising sa. beaked and membered or. Crest (of the middle period) —A Saracen's head affrontée filleted ar. and az. Motto—Aquila non capit muscas.
8) (Sir William Weston, Prior of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem in England at the suppression by Henry VIII. in 1540, son of Edmund Weston, Esq., of Boston, co. Lincoln, a younger branch of the co. Stafford family, and brother of Sir Richard Weston, who built Sutton Place in that reign. Arms from a drawing of the banner, &c., of Sir William Weston in Harl. MSS., and in “Description of the Standards borne in the field by Peers and Knights in the reign of Henry VIII.," in the College of Arms, in which MS. a drawing of the standard of Sir Richard Weston, of Sutton, is also given). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, erm. on a chief az. five bezants; 2nd and 3rd, ar. three camels sa. Crest—A Saracen's bead affrontée filleted or and vert. Motto—Any boro.
9) (Earl of Portland, extinct 1688; descended from John Weston, of Lichfield, fourth son of John Weston, of Rugeley, temp. Henry VIII.; Sir Richard Weston, Chancellor of the Exchequer temp. James I., was created Baron Weston 1628, and Earl of Portland and K.G. 1633; the fourth earl d.s.p.). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, or, an eagle displ. reguard. sa.; 2nd and 3rd, erm. on a chief az. five bezants. Crest—An eagle rising reguard. sa. beaked and legged or. Supporters—Two greyhounds sa. collared and ringed or. Motto—Craignes honte.
10) (co. Bedford). Ar. a bend cotised sa. a border of the last bezantée.
11) (Colleton, co. Devon; John Weston, Esq., of Colleton, temp. Queen Elizabeth, great-grandson of John Weston, of same place, whose father, Robert Weston, was of Lemshersoare, in Wales. Visit. Devon, 1620). Ar. on a chev. sa. three leopards’ faces or. Crest—A cock ppr. wattled gu.
12) (Weston-at-the-Gate, or Weston, alias Atgate). (Brightwell, co. Bucks). Sa. ten bezants, four, three, two, and one, on a chief erm. three lozenges gu.
13) (cos. Devon and Wilts). Ar. a fess sa. on a border gu. eight bezants.
14) (Heath-Ham, co. Dorset). Ar. on a chev. sa. three leopards’ faces or.
15) (Weston, co. Dorset). Ar. a chev. per pale engr. az. and gu. in chief two roses of the second and in base as many of the third.
16) (Hanam, co. Gloucester). Az. on a plate betw. three fleurs-de-lis ar. a mullet sa.
17) (co. Leicester). Az. a wheel betw. three fleurs-de-lis or.
18) (West Horsley Place, co. Surrey). Sa. a chev. or, betw. three leopards’ heads erased ar. qrowned or, langued gu. Crest—A wolf pass. ar. ducally gorged or. Motto—Gloria sat Deus unus.
19) (Somerby, co. Lincoln; Stephen Weston was Bishop of Exeter, 1724-42). Ar. a cross calvary gu. a chief az. charged with five bezants.
20) (Thorpe, co. Norfolk; descended from Charles Weston, Esq., m. Mary, co-heiress of Miles Bbanthwayt, Esq., of Taverham, co. Norfolk). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, or, an eagle displ. ea., for Weston; 2nd and 3rd, or, two bendlets engr. sa., for Branthwayt. Crest—A demi eagle displ. sa.
21) (Effingham, co. Surrey). Sa. a chev. betw. Three talbots' heads erased or. Crest—A wolf pass. ar. ducally gorged or.
22) (Ockham, co. Stirrey, 1700). Sa. a chev. betw. three lions' heads erased ar. Crest—A wolf's head couped sa.
23) or Wiston - (co. Sussex, 23 Henry II.). Erm. on a bend az. three lions' heads erased or.
24) Gu. on an inescutcheon ar. within an entoire of five bezants a fess sa.
25) Sa. a maunch ar.
26) Quarterly, per fess indented az. and gu. a bend ar.
27) Sa. a chev. betw. three holly leaves ar.
28) Sa. a chev. or, betw. three lions’ heads erased ar.
29) Per saltire ar. and sa. in chief and in base a cross pattee of the second.
30) Erm. on a bend gu. three lions’ heads erased or.
31) Ar. a chev. per pale or and gu.
32) Az. a mullet betw. three fleurs-de-lis ar.
33) Ar. a fess sa. a border engr. gu.
34) (Sutton, co. Surrey; descended from Hayleric de Weston, temp. Henry I. The last heir male in the direct line, John Weston, Esq., of Sutton, d. in 1730, leaving an only dau. and heiress, Melior Mary, who d. unm. in 1782, and devised her estates to her kinsman, John Webb, Esq., of Sarnsfield Court, co. Hereford, who assumed, in consequence, the additional surname and arms of Weston. He was grandson of John Webb, Esq., of London, by Bridget, his wife, dau. of John Wolfe, by Anne Pinchon, his wife, granddau. of Sir Edward Pinchon, and Dorothy, his wife, sister of Richard Weston, Earl of Portland). Erm. on a chief az. five bezants. Crest—A Saracen’s head couped, the tongue protruding ppr. wreathed about the temples ar. and az.
35) (West Horsley, co. Surrey; descended from Adam de Weston, of co. Surrey, living at Weston temp. King John). Sa. three leopards’ faces ar. crowned or, langued gu. Crest—A wolf pass. ar. ducally gorged or.
36) (Stephen Weston, Bishop of Exeter 1724-42). Ar. a cross calvary gu. on a chief az. five bezants.
37) (Richard Weston, Lord Chancellor ol Ireland, 1567-73; Reg. Ulster’s Office). Erm. a martlet gu. on a chief az. four bezants. Crest—An eagle reguard. wings expanded sa.
38) (Sir Simon Weston, knighted by Robert, Earl of Essex, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, 1599). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, or, an eagle displ. sa.; 2nd and 3rd, erm. on a chief az. five bezants in fess.
39) (Dublin; Nicholas Weston, Mayor of Dublin, 1597, fourth son of John Weston, Alderman of Drogheda. Visit, city of Dublin, 1607). Gu. crusily fitchee ar. a lion ramp. of the last, armed and langued az. a border erm. Crest—A demi lion ramp. ar. supporting betw. the paws a cross cross-let fitchee gu.
40) (Reg. Ulster's Office). Per pale gu. and or, a chev. counterchanged.