Burkes General Armoury : Tonge entries extracted from Burkes
General Armoury, ISBN 090045538X
Tong (Manningham, co. York, and Newark, co. Nottingham; Cressy Tong, of Newark, temp. James I., grandson of Thomas Tong, Esq., of Manningham, who was the grandson of John Tong, Esq., of same place, temp. Henry VI. Visit Notts, 1614). Az. a bend cotised ar. between six martlets or. Crest - A cubit are vested ar. holding in the hand ppr. an anchor fessways or.
Tong (Tunstall, co. Kent). Az. a bend cotised betw. six martlets or. Crest - On a rock ppr. a martlet rising or.
Tong, or Tonge. Same Arms. Crest - A shield quarterly or and sa.
Tonge (Tonge, co. Lancaster, 1664). Az. a bend ar. cotised or, betw. six martlets of the last. Crest - An arm holding a grappling iron all ppr.
Tonge (Thickley, co. Durham. Visit. 1615). Same Arms and Crest
Tonge (Highway, co. Wilts). Same Arms. Crest - On a rock ppr. a martlet rising or. Motto - Steady
Tonge. Az. a bend per bend or and ar. cortised of the last betw. six martlets of the second
Tongue. Sa. a bend betw. six martlets ar. Crest - A shield or, betw. two myrtle branches in orle ppr.