Sir Hugh's descendants by the second wife Isabel and son John became peers Baronets and Barons Wrottesley after several generations.
His armorials were described as follows by George Wrottesley, in his History of the family of Wrottesley of Wrottesley, co. Stafford: "The Radcliffes of Ordsall, co. Lancaster, held Moberley and Sandbach, under the Ardernes of Aldford, and Sir Hugh Wrottesley, after his marriage with Isabella, appears to have assumed the Arms of Radcliffe with a change of tincture, for these Arms, viz , " Or, a bend engrailed Gules," have been ascribed to him by Ashmole, in his "History of the Garter", on the authority of an Armorial in the College of Arms".
- Denis Larionov & Alexander Zhulin. "Read the ebook History of the family of Wrottesley of Wrottesley, co. Stafford by George Wrottesley". Ebooksread.com. Retrieved 2012-08-30.
- George Frederick Beltz, Memorials of the most noble Order of the Garter (1841)
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