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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    newvyddioan o lanau China am anfad- ), waith d, clrynllyd wedi ei gyilawni gau for- n ladron. Cafwyd y Hlong "Crafton" yn agos i n Maceio wedi ei gadael, ac mewn cyflwr haner Y suddedig. Ymosodwyd arni yn flaenorol, Yu Subscribers-only content

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    grocer. [Griffiths, Lord street, Liverpool. Dividernm(i.- July 14, B. Rolfe and B. A. Moore, Sackville street. Piccadilly, tatllrs-July 1, }1. Crafton and E. Colson, Great St Helen's, city, hoisers-JYly 17, W. Clarke and T. Boulton, New Cannon street, Hanchester, creck Subscribers-only content

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    Geotile, Crosby square, Bishopegate street, inerchant-January 23, J P Townsend, Diybrook, East Dean, Gloucestershire, grecer. IHir-thr.-On the let, at 15 Crafton stire', thcCouncurs Coitrtwn, of o Fon- On the 2nd, the wife of Rear-Admiral Hatborn, of a dsauclter-On thel Ist, Subscribers-only content

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    colt, Sir Hercules, Stockham, Marske, one of Lord Ailesbury's, (Conjuror or Anuerin,) the Slander colt, Hal o' Kirklees, Cynricus, and Crafton, are likely to find their way to the post. We have heard little or no betting upon the issue; Subscribers-only content

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    C, Monck's Prelude. Mr. T. Parr's Merryman. Lord Portsmouth's Olympias, Mr. Iobinson's Cavendish. Mr. Robinson's Etoile du Nord, Baron Rothschild's Crafton. Captain Saville's Queen Charlotte. Mr. Saxon's Vigo. Sir. J. Scott nes. Benbow. Mr John Shelley's Sir Hercules. Mrc R. Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Wing

    is mentioned in 1275 . 102 There were two manors in Crafton in Wing in 1086 . One was afterwards usually called WING , but sometimes WING with CRAFTON MANOR . Before 1086, when it was assessed at 21/2 hides,

    Alien houses The priory of Wing

    of Domesday the Benedictine monks of St. Nicholas, Angers , held 21/2 hides in Crafton of the Count of Mortain, valued at £4. 1 Later on they acquired also the advowson of the church of Wing , and other lands


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