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You searched for: Place: Craik, Date from: 1600-01-01, Date to: 1699-12-31

Found 160 matches across 5 resources.

  • * Victoria County History *

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    The parish of Halsall Introduction, church and charities HALSALL CHURCH

    of the Northumbrians, with never any fixed resting-place'; but the places he names-the mouth of the Derwent , Whitherne, and Craik ( Creca ) -point to Cumberland and Galloway rather than to Lancashire . 24 The patronage, like the manor,

    Index A - Z

    Hayward Coxwell , Anne, see Rogers; Chas., 11-12; Edw. Rogers (later Coxwell Rogers), 12; Ric. Rogers (later Coxwell Rogers), 12 Craik , Mrs. ( Dinah Maria Mulock ), 117, 161 Cranborne (Dors.), 154, 158 Crane Hill , see Woolstone Cranfield

    Index A-J

    (fl. 1820, probably another), fam., Coxe's Fm. , see Cherington Craddock , Sam., vicar of Horsley , Craft , John, Craik , Mrs. ( Dinah Maria Mulock ), Cranham , rector, see Ridler, Sam. Craycombe: Alice, see Cormeilles Godfrey of,

    Index A-J

    Cox , Sir Thos ., Crabbe , Geo., Craddock : Mary, see Jodrell Sheldon , Craig , Sir Gordon , Craik , Mrs., see Mulock Crake: John, Wm., Cramphorn , Wm., Crane: Chas. Theomartyr, perpetual curate of Paddington , Geo.,


    n Coyney (Coyne), Adam, 184 n ; Wal. Hill and his w. Mary, 272; fam., 271 Craddock , Wm., 251 Craik , Dinah Maria , see Mullock Crakemarsh , in Uttoxeter , 212, 213 Crapper and Co. , dentists, 149

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, E, 01 January 1710-31 December 1710

    deputy to. See Sohnius, G. Esk , North. See North Esk. Eskdale (Askdale), co. Dumfries, Surveyor of Window duties. See Craik of Duchrae, W. Essex : House duties: collectors of, 509. Receiver General of. See Turner, J. Surveyors of. See

    State Papers, 1656, June (6 of 7), 01 June 1656-30 June 1656

    he set saile from thence the first of April their stile, al the galions being then haled up in the Craik, where they lay their ships, and none fiting for the sea. I have sent you the captain of her,

    Index, C, 01 January 1710-31 December 1710

    55, 108, 598. Crawford , co. Lanark, Surveyor of Window duties for. See Craik of Duchrae, W. Crawford John, co. Lanark, Surveyor of Window duties for. See Craik of Duchrae, W. Crawley (Crowley), , lieutenant, regimental money received by, 555.

    General Index, D, 01 March 1678-31 December 1678

    for the Convention at insolence of the conventiclers in Earl of. See Crichton, William, Earl of Dumfries. Provost of. See Craik, William. Duncan , Mark, commission to Duncombe , Sir John, Chancellor of the Exchequer, desired to attend on the Subscribers-only content

    Parishes (West Ward), St Laurence, Crosby Ravensworth

    Hall it is difficult to say. The Hall then became the residence of a junior branch of the Lowther family. Craik Trees. A tower house and the residence of a cadet branch of the Lancaster family; Ambrose the 6th son

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TWritiuqs, raid Iis Philosophy. By George L. Craik, M A. In three Vols. (Vols. I and IL) Charles Knight and Co. Bacon belongs to the class of great men whose greatness most readers are satisfied to believe upon the authority Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE LITERARY EXAMINER. 1itrOdUctory E ssay on the Life and Wf'ritings of Bacon. By Joseph Devey, M.A. Prefixed to Mr Boha's Edition. Bohn. The biographical portion of Mr Devey's introduction may be regarded as an abridgment of Lcrcl Campbell's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Esq. Patterson, R. Esq. Conuon, Charles W. Esq. AM. Playfair, Dr Lyon, C.B. Cowper, Charles, Esq. C.E. Purcell,REdward, Esq. A.1. Craik, George L. Esq. Reid, Hugo, Esq. Creasy,E. Esq. Riddle, Johb, Esq. F.R.A.S. De Morgan, Augustus, A.hi. Robinson, J.C. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    English Language, from the Norman Conquest. With numerous Specimens. By George L. Craik, LL.D., Professor of History and of English Litera tare in Queen's College, Belfast. In Two Volumes. Griffin, Bohn, and Co. When are we really to have a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    might not care to collect for him- self from the more erudite works of Latham and Marsh, Trench, Dasent, and Craik. In his first chapter, devoted to the origin of words and their various families, our author alludes to the Subscribers-only content

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