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ARMS: Gules, a chevron between three griffins heads erased argent, armed or

MANTLING: Argent and Gules

CREST: An arm in armor agent, in hand a crosslet, gules, fitched pale


ARMS: Argent, a saltire engrailed sable between a mullet in chief and two crescents in the flanks azure; and in base a beaver’s head erased proper, a chief gules fretty of the first

MANTLING: Sable doubled argent

CREST: A lion’s gambrel holding a teazle slipped and leaved proper

MOTTO: “Tide et industria” (Faith and diligence)

LIVERY: Light drab, black facings



(Berney deBarnye)

ARMS: Per pale quarterly, gules and azure, over all a cross engrailed, ermine

MANTLING: Azure and gules

CREST: Out of a ducal coronet, a plum of five ostrich feathers alternately azure and gules

CREATION: BT. (E) 5 May 1620


Another variation of the Arms sans mantling was found in both crests in place.

CRESTS: Upon a wreath of colors, a swan couchant with wings endorsed argent; and upon a wreath of the colors a castle with three turrets sable

MOTTO: Spelled both as “Mature” and “Matura” and meaning “in good time”

(More examples of related Barttelot coat-of-arms can be found in the Barttelot Addendum.)

Bird (1)

Variation 1

ARMS: A cross fiory vert between four martlets gules, a chief dovetail azure

MANTLING: Vert and gules

CREST: On a wreath of the colours, a greyhound’s head vert, erased gules, collared dovetail or

LIVERY: Buff with green facings

Bird (2)

Variation 2

ARMS: Or, two popinjays in pale vert on a chief of the second three garbs of the field

CREST: A garb as in the arms, between two roses per pale gules and argent, barbed and seeded ppr

MOTTO: “Copia et industria”


ARMS: Parted per chevron argent and gules, two fleur-de-lys in chief and in base a lymphad, all counterchanged, flags azure, charged with a saltire of the first

MANTLING: Gules, doubled argent

CREST: On a wreath of his liveries, a lion rampant gules

MOTTO: “Famae studiosus honestae”

LIVERY: Dark blue

Bruce (1)

Variation 1

ARMS: Or, on a saltire gules, a thistle slipped proper, on a chief of the second a maple-leaf between two shamrocks, also proper

CREST: On a wreath of the colours, a lion rampant azure, charged on the shoulder with a maple-leaf, and holding between the paws a caduces or

MOTTO: “Faimus” (we have been)

Bruce (2)

Variation 2

ARMS: Or a saltire and chief gules, in the dexter canton an escutcheon arg. Charged with a chief sable

CREST: On a cap of dignity, an arm from the shoulder couped fesswise holding a scepter ensigned on the point with an open crown as that worn by Robert I of Scotland, all proper

SUPPORTERS: Dexter, a knight in armour, the vizor open and a plume of feathers in his helmet, holding a scepter in his right hand, all proper; sinster, a lion rampant azure, aramed and langued gules, crowned with the crown of Robert I and gorged with that of David II, chained with an antique chain, or

MOTTOS: Over the crest – “Fuimus” (we have been); under the shield – “Do well and doubt not”

CREATION: Bt. (NS) 29 September 1628

Carr (1)

Variation 1

ARMS: Gules, on a chevron argent, three estoiles sable, a bordure invected of the second

MANTLING: Gules and argent

CREST: On a wreath of the colours, a stag’s head couped argent, attired or, charged on the neck with two bars gemel gules, the whole between two annulets of the last

MOTTO: Over the crest – “For dysserver”

Carr (2)

Variation 2

ARMS: Gules on a chevron cottised between three annulets argent, as many estoiles of six points sable

MANTLING: Gules and argent

CREST: Upon a wreath of the colours, a stag’s head erased proper, gorged with a collar gemelle, and the neck encircled with an annulet gules, on the attires a riband also gules, passing through an annulet or

MOTTO: “Pour deservir”


ARMS: Per chevron argent and gules a crescent countercharged, in dexter chief a portcullis chained sable over all in a pale sword, point downwards, proper, pommel and hilt or

CREST: Issuant from a wreath of oak proper, a dexter arm embowed, vested gules, cuffed argent, grasping in the hand a harpoon, also proper

MOTTO: “Suaviter sed fortiter” (mildly but firmly)

Crawford (v1)

ARMS: Quarterly, 1st and 4th, gules a fess checky argent and azure (for LINDSEY); 2nd and 3rd, or a lion rampant gules, debruised of a ribbon in bend sable (for ABERNATHY)

CREST: A swan’s head, neck and wings proper, issuing from an antique ducal coronet or

SUPPORTERS: Two lions, rampant guardant gules

MOTTO: “Endure fort” (suffer bravely)

CREATIONS: 21 April 2 May 1398 (of Crawford), 1443 (Lindsey of Balcarres) and 1650 (Lindsey/Balniel)

Crawford (v2)



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