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FAMILY CREST:
TRAFFORD

A crest used by Essex and Lancashire families.
The crest is described as "a man holding a flail (thrasher)".
The motto is "Now Thus.
The crest was found on an unmarked Old Sheffield Plate bread (or fruit) basket.

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