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The crest of William-Lenox Conyngham, esq. of Spring Hill, co. Londonderry.
The motto is "Over, fork over".
The crest is described as "a unicorn's head, couped, maned and horned".
The crest has been found on a sterling silver cup hallmarked Dublin 1812, maker Daniel Egan
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