Argent, a chevron between three carpenter's squares, points dexter sable--ATHOWE, or ATLOWE.
Argent, a chevron between three carpenter's squares, the angles in sinister chief, gules--Elias SYDALL, Bishop of St.David's 1731; Gloucester, 1731-33.
Per pale argent and sable, a chevron between three mason's squares counterchanged--MASON.
Sable, a carpenter's square or--BEVILL.
Argent, on a chevron between three pairs of compasses extended sable, a joiner's square or, and a golden reel of line as the first--Company of CARPENTERS, London(Cotton MS. Tib. D. 10), [elsewhere, 'and a reel as the last,' stringed azure].