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FAMILY CREST:
CAMPBELL - LORN - MC'TAVISH

The crest of Robert-Nutter Campbell, Esq. of Ormidale Argylll and of Lorn and M'Tavish families (Scotland)

The Latin motto is 'Ne obliviscaris' (you must not forget)

The crest is described as 'a boar's head, couped'

The crest was found on a circular form silver salver hallmarked London 1801, maker William Bennett

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family crest:  CAMPBELL - LORN - MC'TAVISH















William Bennett, London 1801 on a salver with family crest:  CAMPBELL - LORN - MC'TAVISH

family crest:  CAMPBELL - LORN - MC'TAVISH on a silver salver, London 1801



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