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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MAUCHELL, Robert.

    to the influential Mauchell family which had lived at Crackenthorpe in Westmorland from the 12th century onwards. He may, indeed, have been a younger son of John Mauchell, who held Crackenthorpe of the Cliffords and was made mayor of the

    CRACKENTHORPE, Robert (d.1438), of Howgill, Westmld. and Skirwith, Cumb.

    Biography Family influence undoubtedly helped the young Robert Crackenthorpe to obtain the escheatorship of Cumberland and Westmorland in 1410, since his father, John, his elder brother William II, and his uncle William Crackenthorpe I*, had already established themselves as leading

    CRACKENTHORPE, John (d.1436), of Newbiggin, Westmld. and Ousby, Cumb.

    financial agent. When she herself died, two years later, John Crackenthorpe the younger held cash and gold plate worth £128 to her use, perhaps awaiting instructions from his father.[footnote]John Crackenthorpe the elder died in January 1436, after a long and

    CRACKENTHORPE, William II (d.1439), of Newbiggin, Westmld.

    CRACKENTHORPE, William II (d.1439), of Newbiggin, Westmld. Constituency Dates Appleby 1406 Westmorland 1425 Ofifces Held J.p. Westmld. 26 Mar. 1411-June 1419. Ofifces Held Commr. of inquiry Westmld. Jan. 1412 (persons liable for taxation), Mar. 1439 (attacks on the property

    STANSHAWE, Nicholas, of Kingrove and Stourden in Winterbourne, Glos.

    trained as lawyers at Lincoln’s Inn, where Nicholas presumably met Robert Crackenthorpe*, and thus established a personal connexion with Westmorland. Crackenthorpe served as deputy sheriff of the county between February 1421 and October 1423, and was thus responsible for returning

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Fowlmere

    fellowship c . 1644, held Fowlmere in plurality 246 until 1666 when he was succeeded by John Crackenthorpe , rector until 1719. Crackenthorpe was a puritan sympathiser and most of his children became nonconformists, one daughter marrying Benjamin Wedd ,

    Townships Lower Holker

    left no will and his heirs were five cousins, daughters of his two aunts- Anne Rawlinson , who married Christopher Crackenthorpe and left daughters Anne and Deborah (unmarried); and Katherine, who married Roger Moore and had three daughters, Anne, Mary

    Parishes Thatcham

    descendants of his two aunts, Anne the wife of Christopher Crackenthorpe of Newbiggin Hall and Catherine the wife of Roger Moore . 454 The cousins were two granddaughters of Anne Crackenthorpe , Deborah, who died unmarried, and Anne the wife

    Friaries Friaries in York

    65 Richard Shyrwood, alderman, 1443, 66 and his father and brother; Walter Catrike of York , barber, 1449; 67 John Crackenthorpe of Newbiggin , Westmorland , esquire, 1462, and his wife, Anastasia Vavasour , 68 William Holbek, alderman, 1477, 69

    Index A - Z

    see Langton , Wal. Cox : Ric., bp. of Ely , 26 Mr., 210 fam., 136 Coxall , Sam., 88 Crackenthorpe : Jn., rector of Fowlmere , 162, 164 -, m. Benj. Wedd, 162 Cragg , Wm., rector of Abington

  • * British History Online * *

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    not yet certified, of the time when entered, and all proceedings therein; also of the time when discoveries by Rich. Crackenthorpe were entered, and to answer the deposition of Isaac Antrobus. [ G 14, p . 135; 105, pp . Subscribers-only content

    Parishes (East Ward), St Michael, Appleby

    the benefit of Thomas Bousfield, who was schoolmaster for over 46 years, and his successors. HALL. Crackenthorpe Hall. John Machell was lord of Crackenthorpe in 1266 wh en he was defendant in an action brought by William de Crackanthorpe claiming

    House of Lords Journal Volume 9, 20 January 1648, 20 January 1648-20 January 1648

    House will hear the Cause upon the Petition of Solomon Smyth , against Davies , by Counsel on both Sides. Crackenthorpe and Musgrave's Petition. Upon reading the Petition of Richard Crakenthorpe and John Musgrave , setting forth the Losses they

    Supplementary Records, Old Hutton and New Hutton

    Preston Patricke, parcel of the Rectory of Burton, sequestrated for the delinquency of Sir John Preston, and the tithes of Crackenthorpe in lease from the late Dean and Chapter of Carlisle be settled upon Roger Bateman, Esq., and the churchwardens

    Anne, Undated 1702, 01 March 1702-31 December 1702

    Alston, Bt. John Duncombe, Esq. Thomas Pigott. Cumberland. Robert Carleton, Esq. Thomas Lamplugh of Lam- plugh, Esq. Richard Crackenthorpe, Esq. Richard Crackenthorpe of Newbiggin, Esq. John Senhouse of Sea- scale, Esq. Christopher Curwen of Camerton. Chester. Sir H. Bunbury, Bt. Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    comes forward here in opposition to Mr. Fyler, who wrill not pledge himself to the bill unconditionally. * WaSvnoasu tND.-Mr. Crackenthorpe and Mr. James Brougham are proposed for Westmoreland, and their addresses will appear on Monday. V O KSHtaE.-The anti-reformers Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    French politics, gun cotton, rotten potatoes, President Polk, and Miss Cushman. The Crackenthorpes were the last-they always were ; Mr Crackenthorpe blamed his wife, and Mrs Crackenthsorpe blamed her hus. band; then both blamed their watches, and while they were Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    he had the "return?" An influ- ential county gentleman (still living, I believe, and still indomitable to his party), Mr. Crackenthorpe, declared that "so long as Lord Lonsdale offers his two sons as nominees for the county so long will Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    which he S thought was significant. It came from Brooks's, and was ysgned by a gentleman of the name of Crackenthorpe. f r.eCrackenthorpe wrote from Brooks's, and his opinions . seemed as singular as his caine. (Laughter.) Mr. , OracI-nthorpe Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Muneaster-ma .Carabinieer (5bi) Hutton Canyons Belle Edgardo (31b) Florence Leah (31b) Husht I Tackareoo (3kb) Renaldina, Lina Racket Gleam Dauntless Crackenthorpe IC by Oesian-I Spy Lymiugton (51b) Coreanandet (3b (51b) Bidston The Parson (lb) Fitz-Sostaa (S1b) Water Mint Isis (31b) Subscribers-only content

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