From Inquiries into the Origin and Process of the Science of Heraldry in England by James Dallaway, p447
The lions of England are visible both on Edward’s shield and the trappings of his horse on the left, and flanking his throne on the right.
From Geoffrey V Plantagenet, Count of Anjou, Touraine, and Maine 1129-1151, Duke of Normandy 1144-1151 (1113-1151)
Blazon: Azure six lioncels rampant in pile or
Blazon: Azure an eight-spoked wheel, on a chief or an antler fesswise sable
Surnames were additions necessary for the distinction of families, given to or assumed by their founders, and continued in hereditary progression. In a certain degree they were applied both by the roman and saxon invaders of this island, but were brought into more universal use by our norman ancestors.
-From Inquiries into the Origin and Process of the Science of Heraldry in England by James Dallaway, p306
Blazon: Argent a heart gules, on a chief or an antler fesswise sable
Blazon: Azure a chief gules, overall a lion rampant or
Earl of Warwick (1428-1471)
Blazon: Per quarterly I and IV argent three lozenges conjoined in fess gules (Montague); II and III or an eagle displayed vert*
*Neville was the eldest son of Alice, heiress to the Montacute name.