Azure, a bend between three lapwings argent--HYHAM.
Azure, a fesse engrailed ermine between six lapwing's heads erased argent--SPENCER.
Gules, three lapwings close or--TYRWHITT, Lincolnshire.
Gules, three lapwings or--TERRICK, Bp. of Peterborough, 1757; Bp. of London, 1764-77. [The name is probably a corruption of TYRWHITT.]
D'azur, a une huppe d'or; au chef d'argent chargé de trois hermines de sable--PELISSIER, Bourgoyne.
Gules, a cross patonce or, between four sea-pyes proper(i.e. sable winged argent)--S.Edmund de ABBENDON, Abp. of Cant. 1233-40.
Argent, three sea-pyes proper--WALDEN.
Argent, two sea-pyes incontrant sable--TRELAWNEY, Cornwall.
Lapwings are also borne by the families of ISPRED, CRULE, HERBERT, HEWITT, &c. while Sea-pyes are borne by families of SAWYER, TREVENOM, TYRWHITT, WILKINS, &c.