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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes North Crawley

    four years later Charles Ware of Crawley Grange , son of her daughter and heir Elizabeth by the Rev. Charles Cumberleye Ware, was said to be one of the principal landowners. The Crawley Grange estate, however, was settled on his

    Parishes Astwood

    III, m. 61. a G.E.C. loc. cit.; P.C.C. 460 Cornwallis. Recov. R. Trin. 33 Geo. III, m. 238. The Crawley Grange estate ( North Crawley , q.v.) was purchased at the same date from the Lowndes family. Sheahan, op. cit.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    good agreement of Mr. and Mrs. Wakefield. The Rev. John Twycross, Mrs Mary Twycross, Mr Thomas Alexander Boswell, of Crawley Grange, in Bucks, Mr. Johu Hetisley, stockbroker, and Mrs. Henaley corroborated the same evidence. George Paveley Eliza Merlo, domestics of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tively small amount of 47,000,000/. was exported. The chair- man read a letter from Mr. Thomas Alexander Boswell, of Crawley Grange, who expressed his perfect concurrence in the meeting, and only abstained from attending as he wished the meeiing to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FORFAR TOWN CLERK- SHIP. A SHARP WORDY BATTLE. PROVOST ANDERSON'S CANDIDATURE. LIVELY SCENES. The monthly meeting of the Town Council was beld last night - Provost Anderson presiding. There waa a large attendance of the general public in anticipation Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Kay's Tic Pills, a specific in Neuralgia, Facea.lie, ie, J9Jd, Is ljd; postage ld. bold by Chemists. Kay Bros., j btock uoru Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The receipts of the Suez Canal during the first i:^ y Ofr°aL the PreSeDt m ° Dth * m ° Unted >» The savings banks return is very favourable. Tbe S??'f «*W»tthe credit of depositors ™ ™^_? onal aU<^ Subscribers-only content

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