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The crest of various Murray families;
Alexander Sutherland, Esquire, of Dunrobin, Casterton, Victoria, formerly of Caius College, Cambridge
motto Fürth fortune and fill the fetters
described as A Demi-Savage Holding In His Dexter Hand A Dagger Ppr., Pommel And Hilt Or, And In His Sinister A Key Of The Last.
Murray of Scotland
motto Fürth fortune
Described as A Demi-Man Wreathed About The Head And Loins Vert, Holding In His Dexter Hand A Dagger Arg., Hilt And Pommel Or, And In His Sinister A Key Ppr.
described as A Demi-Man Couped At The Thighs Ppr., Wreathed About The Head And Loins Vert, Holding In The Dexter Hand A Sword, And In The Sinister A Key, All Ppr.
Murray of Eriswell Lodge, Suffolk
described as A Demi-Savage Ppr., Wreathed About The Head And Waist Vert, Holding In His Dexter Hand A Dagger Also Ppr., Pommel And Hilt Or, And In His Sinister A Key Of The Last
The crest has been found on an Old Sheffield Plate salver.
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