Blazon: Per quarterly I and IV sable two bars argent, in chief three plates (Hungerford); II and III per pale indented vert and gules, a chevron or; overall in the fess point an escutcheon crowned proper, argent three mill-rinds sable*
*I cannot be sure of this blazon; the escutcheon of pretense indicates that it was the arms of his wife, Eleanor, heiress of the Moleyns family. The name suggests a moline, or mill-rind, as a possible charge, but this is sheer conjecture.
Blazon: Azure two baskets in pale chequy gules and or, each containing fourteen demi-serprents proper, all within a bordure compony of gules a castle triple-towered or, windowed azure (Castile) and argent a lion rampant gules, crowned or (León)
Crest: Issuant from a crown proper, a tower or windowed azure; issuant therefrom a knight proper, armored argent, robed gules, in the dexter hand a dagger proper
Supporters: Two columns entwined by a banner argent ensigned with the motto “Non Plus Ultra” sable
Motto: Praeferre Patriam Liberis Parentem Decet (“It is good for a parent to put his fatherland before his children.”)