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FAMILY CREST:
VAUGHAN

The crest of Vaughan family.

The Latin motto is 'Vitae via virtus' (Virtue is the way of life)

The crest is described as 'a Boy's Head Couped At The Shoulders, Round The Neck A Snake Entwined'

The crest was found on a sterling silver napkin ring, maker John Evans, London

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family crest: VAUGHAN



















silver napkin ring with family crest: VAUGHAN









John Evans hallmark on silver napkin ring with family crest: VAUGHAN

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