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FAMILY CREST:
BARTHOLOMEW - BARTOLOMEW

The crest of various families:
- Bartholomew E. Urquhart, Lieutenant, of Cransbrook, Lansdowne Road, Aldershot, motto "I conquer by the wound"
- Bartholomew of Glasgow, motto "Ad alta" (To things high)
- Bartolomew or Bartholomew of Rochester
The crest is "A Demi-Goat, Gorged With A Chaplet Of Laurel" found on a set of sterling silver fiddle pattern forks hallmarked London 1842, makers Samuel Hayne & Dudley Cater

FAMILY CRESTS: LIST OF NAMES

family crest: HBARTHOLOMEW or BARTOLOMEW























Hayne & Cater hallmark on a set of forks with BARTHOLOMEW or BARTOLOMEW family crest







a set of forks with BARTHOLOMEW or BARTOLOMEW family crest



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