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FAMILY CREST:
SIMPSON

The crest of Simpson family (Sco. and Lond.)
A falcon, volant
The Latin motto is "Alis nutrior" (I am fed by birds)
The crest was found in a spoon marked Edinburgh 1830, makers James Howden & Co and A. Edmondson

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Simpson family crest Simpson family crest on a silver spoon marked Edinburgh 1830 Simpson family crest on a silver spoon marked Edinburgh 1830
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