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FAMILY CREST:
FERGUSON and FERGUSSON

A Scottish family.

The crest is described as "a thistle, leaved and flowered".

The Latin motto is Dulcius ex asperis (Sweeter after difficulties).

The crest was found on a silver milk jug hallmarked London, 1863, by Thomas Smily (this mark and other similar were entered in 1858, 1863, 1868 and 1870).

FAMILY CRESTS: LIST OF NAMES
family crest: FERGUSON and FERGUSSON milk jug hallmarked London, 1863, by Thomas Smily milk jug hallmarked London, 1863, by Thomas Smily
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