Eyre Armorial


AIR
Argent, a chevron between three quatrefoils sable.
Crest: The stump of an oak sprouting out new branches proper


AIRE
Azure, three water bubbles proper.




AIRY
Sable, a fesse or.




AYARS
Argent, a chevron gules between nine cloves proper.
(Grocers Livery)
Crest: A cornucopia proper and an armed and booted leg quarterly argent and sable, spur or, between two circlets



AYER
Azure, three barks or.




AYER
Gules, three covered cups argent.




AYER
Gules, three covered cups argent.
Crest: A covered cup argent.



AYER or AYRE
(Nottinghamshire)
Gules, three doves close argent beaked and membered or.




AYRE
(Wotton, Devonshire)
Gules, on a bend between six crosses formé fitchée argent three mullets sable.




AYRE
(Isle of Ely)
Argent, on a chevron sable three quatrefoils or.




AYRE
(Nottinghamshire)
Gules, three martlets argent membered or.
Crest: On a ducal coronet or, a wyvern vert.




AYRE
Argent, a bend azure between two mullets gules.




AYRE
(Nottinghamshire)
Argent, on a chevron sable three quatrefoils or.
Crest: A leg erect in armour per pale argent and sable,
couped at the thigh gules knee-cap and spur or.
Motto: Laeto Aëre Florent.
Another motto: Lighter than air.




EYER
Argent, on a bend sable three quatrefoils of the field.
Crest: a talbot’s head argent spotted gules collared azure.




EYERS
Argent, on a chevron sable three quatrefoils of the field,
a bordure engrailed of the second charged with eight bezants.




EYRE
(Bromham, Wedhampton, Chalfield, New Sarum, Brixworth,
Chilhampton, Newhouse, etc.,
Wilts: descended from Humphry Le Heyr, of Bromham,
whose great-grandson, Galfridus de Eyr, of Bromham, was living temp. Edward II;
the derivative branches were the Eyres, of Botley Grange, co. Hants,
the Eyres, of Eyre Court Castle, co. Galway, of whom was Lord Eyre,
and the Eyres, of Macroom, co. Cork.
Cos. Derby, York, and Nottingham; Hope, Padley, Hirst,
Holm Hall, Chesterfield, Newbold, etc.,
in the first named county; Keveton and Laughton,
in the second; and Rampton and Grove,
in the last; descended from William Le Eyr, of Hope, temp. Henry III
Rampton, co. Notts.
Shaw House, co. Berks
Lindley Hall, co. Leicester
Purbeck, co. Dorset; descended from Thomas Eyre,
fourth son of Thomas Eyre, of Sarum. Visitation Middlesex, 1663.
Belton, co. Leicester; Roland Eyre. Visitation 1619.
Dinston, co. York.
Lower Brook Street, London; Sir James Eyre M.P.
Upper Court, co. Kilkenny).
Eyreville, co. Galway).
Arms: Argent, on a chevron sable three quatrefoils or.
Crest: on a cap of maintenance proper a booted and armed leg, couped at the thigh, quarterly (sometimes, per pale argent and gules) argent and sable spur or.
Motto: Virtus Sola Invicta.




EYRE
(Hassop, co. Derby).
Quarterly, 1st and 4th, argent on a chevron sable three quatrefoils of the field, for Eyre;
2nd, argent a bend engrailed sable, for Radcliffe;
3rd, argent on a bend between three gillyflowers gules an anchor of the first,
a double treasure flory counterflory vert, for Livingston.
Crest: a leg erect in armour per pale argent and sable couped at the thigh gules
kneecap and spur or.
Motto: Si Je Puis.




EYRE
(Normanton-upon-Sore, co. Notts).
Same arms as Eyre, of Bromham, an annulet for difference.



EYRE
(Salisbury. Visitation Middlesex, 1663).
Same Ams as Eyre, of Bromham, quartering argent a chevron gules between three birds sable. Crest: an armed leg couped at the thigh per pale argent and gules.


EYRE
(co. Buckingham).
Azure, a chevron between three ears of corn argent slipped or.
Crest: A phoenix close proper.


EYRE
(co. Derby).
Argent on a chevron sable three quatrefoils or, a bordure azure.
Crest: an armed leg couped at the thigh, quarterly, argent and azure spur or.




EYRE
(Hartlebury, co. Worcester; formerly Eyers. Visitation 1634).
Same arms as Eyre, of Bromham, with a torteaux in chief.




EYRE
(Warrent Bramshaw, co. Wilts).
Arms: Argent, on a chevron sable three quatrefoils or.
Crest: an armed leg couped at the thigh, quarterly, argent and sable, spurred or.
Motto: Sola Virtus Invicta.




EYRE
Same arms as Eyre, of Bromham, with a canton vair.
Crest: an armed leg couped at the thigh, quarterly, vair and sable.



EYRE
(Lord Mayor of London, 1445).
Gules, a porcupine saliant argent quilled and chained or.


EYRE
(London).
Gules, on a chevron or, between three leapards’ heads of the second as many escallops of the first.
Crest: an ibex proper maned, armed and ducally gorged argent.


EYRE
(co. Suffolk).
Argent, a chevron ermines between three (another, eight) escallops gules.



EYRE
Gules, a boar saliant argent collared and chained or.


EYRE
(Eyre Court, co. Galway; descended from Eyre, of Bromham, co. Wilts;
fun. ent., 1683, of the Rt. Hon. John Eyre, of Eyrecourt,
seventh son of Giles Eyre, Esq., of Brixworth, co. Wilts.).
Argent on a chevron sable three quarefoils or.
Crest: a leg in armour couped at the thigh proper garnished and spurred or.
Motto: Pro rege saepe, pro patria semper.




EYRE
(Lord Eyre; John Eyre, Esq., of Eyre court, was so created 1760, extinct 1781).
Same arms, crest and motto.
Supporters: Dexter, a woman proper vested gules on her head a helmet and in her dexter hand a spear, resting her sinister hand on an oval shield all also proper, the shield charged with a Gorgon’s head or; sinister, a savage man girt about the loins and holding in his exterior hand a club all proper charged on the sinister breast with a quatrefoil or.
Motto: Pro rege saepe, pro patria semper.




EYRES
(Norfolkshire).
Argent, on a chevron gules three cinquefoils proper.
Crest: a leg in armour proper.
Motto: Si je puis.