Argent, a willow-tree vert–BENNISON.
Argent, six osier wands(or bastons) interlaced in saltirewise in true love(sometimes in cross) proper, [i.e. sable]–Walter SKIRLAWE, Bishop of Lichfield, 1386; Bath, 1386; Durham, 1388-1406.
Argent, a chevron gules between three willow-trees proper–WILLIS, Dean of Worcester, ob. 1596.
Or, a salix proper[quarterly with the arms of Fane, &c.]–Count DE SALIS.
Argent, five palets couped at the top, wrapped with osiers in fesse gules, fretty in base with a serpent vert; in chief three roses–ANGUISH.
Argent, four wands[otherwise bendlets] interlaced in saltire azure between four eagles displayed … –Seal of R. D. HAMPDEN, Bishop of Hereford, 1847-68.