HERALDRY IN SILVERWARE
ARMISTEAD, CASWELL, COMBES, CURTHBERT, DANCER, DYMOCK, DYMOKE, FEARGUSON, FERGUSON, FORSTER, FOSTER, GILBERT, HELEY, HELLY, KEMBLE, MACKENAY, MAKARETH, MAKEROTH, MICHEL, MONTGOMERY, PALMER, SMYTH
A dexter arm, in armour, embowed, in hand a broken tilting-spear.
The crest of Armistead, Caswell (Middlesex), Combes (of Cotham, Bristol), Cuthbert, Dancer (Ireland), Dymock or Dymoke (Staffordshire), Fearguson (Ireland), Ferguson (Scotland), Forster (Northumberland), Foster (London and Cambridgeshire), Gilbert (Herefordshire and Monmouthshire), Heley (England), Helly (England), Kemble (England), Mackenay (Ireland), Makareth (Lancashire), Makeroth (England), Michel, Montgomery, Palmer (Ireland), Smyth (Surrey).
The crest was found in a silver spoon hallmarked Dublin 1838, maker William Cummins
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