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FAMILY CREST:

ASELOCK (1), BLADES (2), BLAYDESS (3), BLAYDESS-MARVEL (4), BOWER (5), BRAYBROOK (6), CLARK (7), CLIFFORD (8), DESBROWE (9), ELLERKER (10), GEORGES (11), GRIFFIN (12), HAIGH (13); HALL (14); JEAFFRESON (15), JEFFERSON (16), KNIGHT (17), KYRELL (18), LESLIE-MELVILLE (19), M'KILLOP (20), MELVETON (21), MILL (22(, MORHAM (23), PATTERSON (24), TANNER (25), TAYLOURE (26), THAYER (27), WILSON (28)

A crest used by many English and Scottish families:
(1) Suff. (2) Yorks. (3) Notts. (4) Yorks. (5) Dors. (6) Baron (Neville-Griffin) (7) unknown (8) Unknown (9) unknown (10) Yorks. (11) Glouc. (12) unknown (13) Yorks. (14) Durh. and Oxon.(15) unknown (16) unknown (17) unknown (18) Kent (19) Earl of Leven (20) Sco. (21) Sco. (22) unknown (23) Eng. (24) unknown (25) Somers. (26) unknown (27) Ess. (28) Sco.


The crest is described as "a talbot's head erased or guttée" (talbot:a hound with long pendent ears).

The crest was found on a silver coffee pot, hallmarked London, 1773, silversmith maker John Carter II (possibly)


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