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FAMILY CREST:
FLOOD

Flood, an Irish family

The crest is described as "a wolf's head, erased".

The Latin motto is Vis unita fortior (Power increased by union).

The crest was found on a silver matchbox holder made by Horton & Allday, hallmarked Birmingham 1895

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family crest: FLOOD silver matchbox holder made by Horton & Allday, hallmarked Birmingham 1895 silver matchbox holder made by Horton & Allday, hallmarked Birmingham 1895
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