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FAMILY CREST:
BAZELEY or BAZLEY

The crest is described as "in hand a chapeau, between two branches of laurel, in orle".

The Latin motto is "Finem Respice" (Consider the end). This motto was used also by Bligh and Patterson families

The crest was found on an 'Old Sheffield' domed plate cover

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family crest: BAZELEY or BAZLEY 'Old Sheffield' domed plate cover
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