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FAMILY CREST:
HARRISON

The crest of Harrison family, Rutland

The Latin motto is 'Deo, non fortuna' (Through God, not by chance)

The crest is 'an ostrich, in mouth a snake'

The crest was found on a silver soup ladle hallmarked London, 1816, makers Samuel Godbehere, Edward Wigan & James Boult (entered 1800)

FAMILY CRESTS: LIST OF NAMES

family crest: HARRISON























hallmark on soup ladle with Harrison family crest

soup ladle with Harrison family crest



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