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FAMILY CREST:
CARROLL and O'CARROLL

The crest of Henry Carroll, Esq, of Ballynure, co. Wicklow and O'Carroll, Irish family

The crest is described as 'On stump of oak, sprouting a hawk'

The Latin motto is 'In Fide et in Bello Fortis' (Firm in faith and in war)

The crest was found on a little siver fob box, hallmarked London 1896, maker James Hirst, 45 Hanover Street, Islington

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family crest: CARROLL and O'CARROLL



















silver fob box  with family crest: CARROLL and O'CARROLL









hallmark on silver fob box  with family crest: CARROLL and O'CARROLL

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