"The early coats of arms of the Parkers of Extwistle were-Gu.a chevron between three leopards' heads, with arrow in mouth of each leopard.Crest, a buck trippant ppr. trans-pierced through the body with an arrow point downwards, arg. That of the Browsholme line was very similar and the tol- lowing was used by Edward Parker, son of Thomas.Vert.,a chevron beween three stags' heads, caboshed or.Crest, on a chapeau a stag trippant ppr.Motto,"Nonfluctu necfatu movetiir -Parkers of Browsholme"(Unmoved by either wave or wind).This coat of arms was granted to the Parkers of Norton Lees and used by them:Gu., a chevron between three leopards' faces, or.Crest,a leopard head affrontee erased,or, ducally gorged, gu.Supporters, two leopards regardant ppr. ; each gorged with a ducal coronet; gu.Motto,''Sefre Ande" (Dare to be just).The same coat of arms has descended through the Park Hall and Statfordshire lines and is now used by Sir Thomas Parker,Earl of Macclesfield, England.The arms of Earl of Morley;A stag's head caboshed be-tween two flaunches ar.Crest, an arm erect vested az.slashed ar. cufl'of the last, the hand grasping the attire of a stag gu.also stag, greyhound,horse's head, etc.Motto:Fideli Certa Merces.(The reward of the faithful is sure).Arms of Cambridgeshire Parkers-A buck trippant betw. three phoens ar. within a burdure rugr. of the second hurtee.Arms of Essex Co.Parkers-Or, three inescutcheons sa.charged with as many phoens ar.Crest-A lion's gamb. erased or. grasping an arrow gu.headed and feathered ar.