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Amanda Moffet
Wonder if anyone can help, this one is really confusing me. Someone on our facebook group found this cap badge. It looks like it's from the Hume-Campbell Coat of Arms.
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The Crest is from the Earl of Marchmont's arms. This is the Blazon:

Quarterly, 1st grand quarter counterquartered, 1st and 4th, vert a lion ramp. ar. armed and langued gu., for HUME; 2nd and 3rd, ar. three popinjays vert, beaked and membered gu., for PEPDIE; 2nd, ar. three piles engr. gu. issuing fro...
Peter Clareburt
Hi I am the Membership Secretary of The Clan Home Association (UK)- might be a bit weird for some as I am a New Zealander - living in the UK at present the for the 6th time since 1999 -

Thanks to Nadi...
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Nadine Lee
no worries Peter!
Nadine Lee
Here's another story about the clan home gathering held in Scotland earlier this month.
Nadine Lee
Hi Clan Home - I've just finished writing about the Clan Home gathering that happened earlier this month! You can read all about it at the link below
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Nadine Lee
Hi Clan Home/Hume - I've written a little story about how the clan is marking the 500th anniversary of the Battle of Flodden. Around 10,000 Scottish troops are thought to have died in the battle, maki...
Nadine Lee
Clan Home
Duns, Scottish Borders. Held by the Homes of Ayton in 1489, and was damaged by the Earl of Hertford in 1547. It passed to the Cockburns, and then to the Hays of Drumelzeir with whose descendants it...
Clan Home
Near Coldingham, Borders. Held by the Homes and it was rebuilt in 1521 after being destroyed by the Duke of Albany in 1515. It was seized by the English around 1547, recovered by the Sots before 1566...
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