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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Croston

    late wife of William Fleming and then wife of Roger Coton various lands, & c., in Worth , Melton and Crampton for her life, with remainder to Elizabeth and Elizabeth, daughters and heirs of the said William; Add. MS. 32104,

    Parishes Sawston

    in 1878 . 39 John Crampton (d. 1910), the proprietor of a general store, a printing-works, and a mineral-water factory, was the third leader of Sawston society in the later 19th century. He built Crampton Terrace , north of Mill

    Index A - K

    108 Mary, 314 Wm., 345 Coxhead , F. J., 230, 231 Cracknell , J. E., 126 Craig-Hubbuck Ltd. , 83 Crampton : R. & A., wireworkers, 84 Rob., 84 Crane , Hen., vicar of Walthamstow , 291 Cranfield , C.

    Index A - Z

    Cowlinge (Suff.), vicar of, see Banks, S. H. Cowper , Wm., 25 Crabb , Thos., and his w. Eliz., 87 Crampton , John, 248, 255-7 Crawley , Thos., 236 Creek , Mrs., 270 Crek : Alyne de, w. of Sir

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    C.; trwy hyn llwyddid i gadw y dyddordeb Ies i fyny hyd at y diweddeb ar y tonydd.-Mae T. mo, Crampton yn yagrifenu yn undonog lawn. Er engraift, len dibena tair o'i frawddegau ar y llywydd, a cheidw yr alaw Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .T.'H E EXAMINER. 'i,, ''* LONDON, SEPTEIMBER 7, IS3H.- M 1Iatters in Spain reirin i i-much the sisme posture as tbyJlaiwe been, iiif~oithe last monthb There are-tbe samenaicosts af Thc- ,nsarchngs an4i Conterrzarchlgs of the QueeostZps'-w,4 those. of Don Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cousiss, Hetiry, Oshaburgh House, Regent's park Cox, Algernon, .Hillingdon Coe, IR. R., Hilsngdon Cox, Joseph, Heston Cragg, R. J., Whitechaypel Crampton, J. N., HareLeld Cresswell, W. H., Albion street Crew, William, Retcliffe Cripps, John, Newgate street CSbitt, Thomas, Aldermanbury Colliingvosre, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ensign P. E. Crampton,tobe Lieut. by purchase, vice Gordon; -SE, G. Halewell, Gent. to be En- sign, by purchase, vice Crampton. 220 Foot-Lieut. 3. A. Ambrose, from the 70th Foot, to be Lient. vice Carew, who exchanges. *23d Foot- Ensign Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in the Commission Court, before Judges Perrin and Crampton, which has created considerable interest amongst the bank- ing and mercantile classes in this city. The facts of the case are briefly these:-Mr John Cluff, of the firm of William and Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    Christ Church, Surrey, 332. Clerkenwell, 488. Cockermouth, 371. Coggeshall, 32*1. Cleckheaton, 328. Cranbrooke, 321. Creiff, 488. Cripplegate Within, London, 337. Crampton, near Man- Chester, 337. Cumnock, 375.—Dalkeith, 326. Darlington, 332. Dartford, 321. Denny, 396. Deptford, 321. Derby, 332. Devizes, 321. Subscribers-only content

    10 June 1701, 10 June 1701

    John Mcrryn, Henry Innocent, John Wood, were reputed Freemen $ and that Jos. Crampton, Jos. Magg, Thomas, and James, were intitled to their Free¬ doms, and were refused; and that as well these last- mentioned Freemen, as these intitled to Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 3 January 1822

    Thompson Rev. J. McCreight - Rev. Fitzwilliam Miller - Rev. J. A. Jagoe Rev. R. J. Green - Rev. Josiah Crampton Rev. H. L. Webb - Rev. Henry Hunt - Ditto - Rev. J. R, Cotter - Rev. G. Hamilton Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 25 November 1823

    Cromie - William Armstrong J. Lymbery - J. Orr - Thomas Grace Robert Jessop J. Little R. H. Sinclair Cecil Crampton J. Dennis Michael Boland Richard Marley Thomas Jones Edward Mahon John Wilson - Andrew Wilson J. Gorges Christopher Russell Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 6 January 1825

    d". Adregool - - - d°. T in Incumbents. Rev. Francis Rutledge Rev. John Ashe Rev. John Georges Rev. Cecil Crampton Rev. W. H. Maxwell Very Rev. Thomas Burgh Rev. Thomas Coffee Rev. William Crofton Rev. Joseph D'Arcy Sirr Rev. Subscribers-only content

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Queene Mary. Godly letters of George Marsh Martyr.

    1554.By me an vnprofitable seruant ofChrist, George Marsh.To his welbeloued in Christ Ienkin Crampton, Iames Leiuer, Elice Fogge, Rafe Bradshaw, the wife of Richard Bradshaw, Elice Crampton, and to euery one of them be these deliuered from Lancaster. G. Marsh.2.


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