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Argent, a chevron between three crosses crosslet sable


Alternative: Argent, a chevron between three crosses formy sable
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Original blazon: Ar. a chev. betw. three crosses crosslet (another, three crosses formée) sa.

Crest: A water spaniel pass. or.

Supporters: -

Motto: -

Notes:

(Penley, co. Herts, bart., created 1643; extinct 1699; the heiress, Elizabeth Anderson, m. Simon Harcourt, Esq. Clerk of the Crown).

Source: Burke's General Armory (1884)





Quarterly or and argent, a saltire engrailed per saltire gules and sable between a mullet pierced in chief two boars' heads erased respecting each other in fess of the fourth and in base a trefoil slipped vert


Original blazon: Quarterly, or and ar. a saltire engr. per saltire gu. and sa. betw. a mullet pierced in chief two boars' heads erased respecting each other in fesse of the fourth and in base a trefoil slipped vert.

Crest: A tree ppr. surmounted by a saltire humettée sa.

Supporters: -

Motto: Stand sure.

Notes:

(Fermoy, co. Cork, bart., created 1812).

Source: Burke's General Armory (1884)



Argent, a saltire wavy between three mullets in chief and flank and a crescent in base gules


Original blazon: Ar. a saltire wavy betw. three mullets in chief and flank and a crescent in base gu.

Crest: A cross staff erect ppr. marked with the degrees of latitude.

Supporters: -

Motto: Per mare.

Notes:

(Aberdeen).

Source: Burke's General Armory (1884)



Argent, a saltire engrailed between two mullets in chief and base gules and as many boars' heads erased in flank azure


Original blazon: Ar. a saltire engr. betw. two mullets in chief and base gu. and as many boars' heads erased in the flanks az.

Crest: An oak tree ppr.

Supporters: -

Motto: Stand sure.

Notes:

(West Airderbreck).

Source: Burke's General Armory (1884)



Argent, a saltire engrailed sable between a crescent in chief and three mullets in flanks and base gules all within a bordure azure


Original blazon: Ar. a saltire engr. sa. betw. a crescent in chief and three mullets in the flanks and base gu. all within a bordure az.

Crest: -

Supporters: -

Motto: Providentia et industria.

Notes:

(Dowhill).

Source: Burke's General Armory (1884)



Argent, a saltire engrailed a mullet in chief two crescents in flank a cross crosslet fitchy in base gules


Original blazon: Ar. a saltire engr. cantoned with a mullet in chief two crescents in the flanks and a cross crosslet fitchée in base gu.

Crest: -

Supporters: -

Motto: Honest, and fast.

Notes:

(Edinburgh).

Source: Burke's General Armory (1884)



Argent, a saltire engrailed sable between a crescent in chief and three mullets pierced of the field in flanks and base gules


Original blazon: Ar. a saltire engr. sa. betw. a crescent in chief and three mullets pierced of the field, two in fesse and one in base gu.

Crest: An eagle holding in the dexter claw a twig of olive ppr.

Supporters: -

Motto: Qui honeste fortiter.

Notes:

(Edinburgh).

Source: Burke's General Armory (1884)



Argent, a saltire engrailed two mullets in chief and base and as many crescents in flank gules


Original blazon: Ar. a saltire engr. cantoned with two mullets in chief and base and as many crescents in the flanks gu.

Crest: A cloud ppr.

Supporters: -

Motto: Recte quod honeste.

Notes:

(Glasgow).

Source: Burke's General Armory (1884)



Argent, a saltire engrailed sable between a crescent in chief and three mullets in flanks and base gules a bordure quarterly of the second and third


Original blazon: Ar. a saltire engr. sa. betw. a crescent in chief and three mullets in fesse and base gu. a bordure quarterly of the second and third.

Crest: -

Supporters: -

Motto: Providentia.

Notes:

(Stobcross, Scotland).

Source: Burke's General Armory (1884)



Quartered: 1st and 4th, Argent, a saltire engrailed sable between two crescents in chief and base and as many mullets in flank gules a bordure wavy of the last; 2nd and 3rd, Azure, three bucks' heads couped argent attired or


Original blazon: Quarterly: 1st and 4th, ar. a saltire engr. sa. betw. two crescents in chief and base and as many mullets in flank gu. a bordure wavy of the last : 2nd and 3rd, az. three bucks' heads couped ar. attired or, for Porteous.

Crest: A sword in pale encircled with two olive branches ppr.

Supporters: -

Motto: Pro bello vel pace.

Notes:

(Tushilaw, co. Selkirk, 1732).

2nd and 3rd, Porteous

'Source: Burke's General Armory (1884)



Argent, a saltire engrailed between four mullets gules on a chief azure in dexter a blazing comet proper


Original blazon: Ar. a saltire engr. betw. four mullets gu. in the dexter point of a chief az. a blazing comet ppr.

Crest: A phoenix in flames ppr.

Supporters: -

Motto: Providentia.

Notes:

(London, 1794).

Source: Burke's General Armory (1884)



Argent, a chevron gules between three estoiles in chief and a crescent in base azure
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Original blazon: Ar. a chev. gu. betw. three stars in chief and a crescent in base az.

Crest: A star az.

Supporters: -

Motto: Nil conscire sibi.

Notes:

(Newbiggin, Scotland, 1780).

Source: Burke's General Armory (1884)



Gules, a saltire between three mullets in chief and flanks and a crescent in base argent on a chief of the second a stag's head cabossed of the first between two martlets sable


Original blazon: Gu. a saltire betw. three mullets in chief and flanks and a crescent in base ar. on a chief of the second a stag's head cabossed of the first betw. two martlets sa.

Crest: An oak tree and equally pendent therefrom two weights ppr.

Supporters: -

Motto: Pro Deo certo.

Notes:

(Mayor of Liverpool, 1860).

Source: Burke's General Armory (1884)



Argent, a saltire engrailed between a mullet in chief and a crescent in base gules and in each flank a carpenter's axe azure on a chief of the last a fret of the first between two crescents or


Original blazon: Ar. a saltire engr. betw. a mullet in chief and a crescent in base gu. and in each flank a carpenter's axe az. on a chief of the last a fret of the first betw. two crescents or.

Crest: A stag lodged ppr.

Supporters: -

Motto: Recte quod honeste.

Notes:

(Sir James Anderson of Blairvadich, co. Dumbarton, Lord Provost of Glasgow, 1862).

Source: Burke's General Armory (1884)



Or, on a bend engouly of two dragons' heads vert a lymphad with sail furled and oars in action of the first


Original blazon: Or, on a bend engoulee of two dragons' heads vert, a lymphad with sail furled and oars in action of the first.

Crest: A yew tree ppr.

Supporters: -

Motto: Sic viret virtus. Ubi solum ibi coelum.

Notes:

(New South Wales, 1863).

Source: Burke's General Armory (1884)



Argent, on a saltire engrailed sable between two mullets in chief and base and as many crescents in flank gules a boar's head erased or


Original blazon: Ar. on a saltire engr. sa. betw. two mullets in chief and base, and as many crescents in flank gu. a boar's head erased or.

Crest: A crescent sa.

Supporters: -

Motto: Gradatim.

Notes:

(James Alexr. Anderson, capt. 14th regt. 1868).

Source: Burke's General Armory (1884)



Argent, a saltire engrailed sable between a crescent in chief two mullets in flank a boar's head erased gules in base


Original blazon: Ar. a saltire engr. sa. betw. a crescent in chief two mullets in flank and a boar's head erased gu. in base.

Crest: An oak tree ppr.

Supporters: -

Motto: Stand sure.

Notes:

(Sir Alexr. Anderson, Lord Provost of Aberdeen, 1872).

Source: Burke's General Armory (1884)



Argent, a chevron between three crosses sarcelly sable in chief a fleur-de-lis gules


Original blazon: Ar. a chev. betw. three crosses cercellée sa. in chief a fleur-de-lis gu.

Crest: Out of a ducal coronet ar. a hind's head or, pierced through the neck with an arrow sa. feathered of the first.

Supporters: -

Motto: -

Notes:

(London).

Source: Burke's General Armory (1884)



Sable, a chevron between three crosses flory argent
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Original blazon: Sa. a chev. betw. three crosses flory ar.

Crest: -

Supporters: -

Motto: -

Notes:

(confirmed to Anderson of Sudbury, Her. Vis.).

Source: Burke's General Armory (1884)



Sable, five estoiles argent


Original blazon: Sa. five estoiles ar.

Crest: A talbot pass. or.

Supporters: -

Motto: -

Notes:

(granted by Cooke, Clarenceux, to Edmund Anderson, of Ebury, co. Warwick).

Source: Burke's General Armory (1884)



Quartered: 1st and 4th, Argent, a saltire engrailed between two mullets gules one in chief and one in base and as many boars' heads erased in flank azure; 2nd and 3rd, Gules, a chevron ermine between three estoiles argent


Original blazon: Quarterly : 1st and 4th, ar. a saltire engr. betw. two mullets gu. one in chief and one in base and in the flanks two boars' heads erased az.; 2nd and 3rd, gu. a chev. erm. betw. three estoiles ar., for Brewster.

Crest: An oak tree, ppr.

Supporters: -

Motto: (Over the crest) Stand sure; (under the arms) Dum spiro spero.

Notes:

(Grace Dieu, co. Waterford).

2nd and 3rd, Brewster

'Source: Burke's General Armory (1884)



Azure, on a saltire ermine a sword and key saltirewise environed with a laurel wreath proper between three mullets and a crescent in base argent


Original blazon: Az. on a saltire erm. a sword and key saltireways environed with a laurel wreath ppr. betw. three mullets and a crescent in base ar.

Crest: Three ostrich feathers encircled with a chain or, on the centre one a crescent.

Supporters: -

Motto: -

Notes:

(Mill Hill, co. Middlesex, Lord Mayor of London in 1798).

Source: Burke's General Armory (1884)



Or, on a chevron gules between three hawks' heads erased sable as many acorns slipped argent


Original blazon: Or, on a chev. gu. betw. three hawks' heads erased sa. as many acorns slipped ar.

Crest: An eagle's head erased ar. holding in the beak paleways an arrow gu. headed and feathered or.

Supporters: -

Motto: -

Notes:

(Newcastle, co. Northumberland).

Source: Burke's General Armory (1884)



Or, on a chevron gules between three hawks' heads erased sable as many acorns slipped argent on a canton of the third three martlets of the fourth


Original blazon: Or, on a chev. gu. betw. three hawks' heads erased sa. as many acorns slipped ar. a canton of the third, charged with three martlets of the fourth

Crest: -

Supporters: -

Motto: -

Notes:

(The same coat with a canton of the third, charged with three martlets of the fourth, was granted to Henry Anderson, of the town of Newcastle, gent., 3 Nov. 1 Edward VI.).

Source: Burke's General Armory (1884)



Sable, five estoiles in saltire argent


Original blazon: Sa. five estoiles in saltire ar.

Crest: -

Supporters: -

Motto: -

Notes:

(Erbury, co. Warwick).

Source: Burke's General Armory (1884)



Gules, a saltire or charged with another vert
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Original blazon: Gu. a saltire or, charged with another vert.

Crest: -

Supporters: -

Motto: -

Notes:

-

Source: Burke's General Armory (1884)



Argent, a saltire engrailed sable between four mullets gules


Original blazon: Ar. a saltire engr. sa. betw. four mullets gu.

Crest: -

Supporters: -

Motto: -

Notes:

-

Source: Burke's General Armory (1884)



Azure, three martlets and a bordure engrailed argent


Original blazon: Az. three martlets and a bordure engr. ar.

Crest: -

Supporters: -

Motto: -

Notes:

-

Source: Burke's General Armory (1884)



Gules, three trees eradicated argent


Original blazon: Gu. three trees eradicated ar.

Crest: -

Supporters: -

Motto: -

Notes:

-

Source: Burke's General Armory (1884)



Per chevron nebuly azure and vert, a bugle horn stringed between three bucks lodged or


Original blazon: Per chev. nebulée az. and vert, a bugle horn stringed betw. three bucks lodged or.

Crest: Upon a mount vert a stag lodged wounded in the breast by an arrow and holding in his mouth an ear of wheat all ppr. charged on the side with a bugle horn or.

Supporters: -

Motto: Nil desperandum, auspice Deo.

Notes:

(Jesmond House, Northumberland. The elder branch of the family settled more than half a century ago in St. Petersburg).

Source: Burke's General Armory (1884)



Per chevron nebuly azure and vert, a bugle horn stringed between three bucks lodged or


Original blazon: Same as Anderson of Jesmond House, above

Crest: -

Supporters: -

Motto: -

Notes:

(Coxlodge, near Newcastle).

John Anderson of Coxlodge, Esq., having been younger brother of Thomas Anderson, Esq.

'Source: Burke's General Armory (1884)

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