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FAMILY CREST:
SMYTH

The crest of Smyth family ((Yorks.)
A unicorn head, erased. The motto is 'Exaltabit Honore' (He will exalt with honour)
The crest was found in an Old Sheffield Plate set of entrée dish with marks of Waterhouse, Hatfield & Co (c. 1836)

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family crest: SMYTH family crest: SMYTH on an Old Sheffield Plate entrée dish set family crest: SMYTH on an Old Sheffield Plate entrée dish set
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