My husband's family has the following legend. A Murdock family was very sympathetic to the cause of Robert the Bruce and so the mother of the family called her two son's to her and told them they were to go to Robert the Bruce and defend him with their lives. When the brothers arrived at the Bruce's camp they were ask to demonstrate their shooting skills. One brother saw a raven flying and notched his arrow and shot it out of the sky with one shot. The second brother saw two crows setting on a fence, notched an arrow and shot both at the same time, and so they were accepted to fight for Robert the Bruce. The family crest depicts the two crows and the raven with the arrows through them with the motto "omine secundo" (for the good). Both brothers came to America but one came West and contact was lost with the other who remained in the East as far as we know. I would like to try and find someone else who may have heard this legend or something similar and/or be familar with the crest and any information they could provide. Thanks.