Vert, a bend, fusilly, or, in base a cinquefoil, arg., a canton, gu., quartering the Austen arms, viz:
Or, a chev., gu., between three lion's gambs, erect, sa.
1st, a friar habitted pps., holding in the dexter hand a cinquefoil, slipped, arg., and in the sinister a cross, sa., suspended from the wrist, the breast charged with a rose, gu., for Knight.
2nd, on a mural crown, or, a stag, sejand, arg., attired, gold, for Austen.
SUIVANT ST. PIERRE.
– Burke's Landed Gentry, 1853.
Translation of Motto.
Following St. Peter.