From The Grammar of Heraldry by Samuel Kent, p216

1. John Marten of Sussex, argent a weasel (or marten) or, tail tipped sable, on a chief indented gules three escallops or

2. Robert Mason, or a lion rampant double-tete azure

3. Doyly Michel of Goodmans-Fields in Middlesex, per chevron argent and sable, three herons’ heads erased counterchanged

From The Grammar of Heraldry by Samuel Kent, p208

1. John Clapcott, azure on a chevron or between three herons argent, as many hurts

2. Thomas Clarke of Gray’s-Inn, London, argent on a bend gules between three pellets, as many swans proper

3. Coxester of Letchlade in Gloucestershire, argent a chevron between three cocks’ heads erased gules, crested and jelloped or