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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Tredington

    of the manor. 56 In 1806, at inclosure, the estate extended to over 400 a. 57 By 1856, however, the Cravens ' estate had been sold and divided, so that it was no longer the chief estate in the parish.

    The City of Coventry The outlying parts of Coventry : Wyken and Caludon

    of Baron Craven in 1764 ), son of Henry 's daughter Maria Rebecca and John Craven of Whitley . The Cravens (from 1801 earls of Craven) 18 remained the principal landowners in Wyken until after the First World War, 19

    The borough of Tewkesbury Manors and other estates

    1608 . 133 In 1611 the estate passed from Edward Peart to Sir William Craven, Lord Mayor of London . Craven's son William, created Baron Craven and Earl of Craven, forfeited the Mythe, with his other estates, during the Civil

    Fosbury

    Jemmett Raymond, and to Elizabeth's heir, her daughter Elizabeth Raymond , the wife of the Revd. John Craven . The Cravens sold it to John Poore in 1773 . 57 The main part of Fosbury manor passed from Lord Trevor

    Parishes Sparsholt

    Cross , a little to the north of Sparsholt House . Since the middle of the 17th century, when the Cravens came into possession, the lords of the manor have been resident at Sparsholt . The present house dates for

  • * British History Online *

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    General Index, G, 16 May 1612-06 May 1614

    Roger, 18, 123 Granthorn , Thomas, 410 Grastoke , John, 90 Grastonn , Jerome, 63 Graunger , see Granger. Gravenor (Cravens) -, Elizabeth, 143 -, Wilgever, 1, 87 Graves , Henry, 23, 73, 84 -, Jane, 400 -, John, 13,

    Cecil Papers, 1624, 01 January 1624-31 December 1624

    it please your Lordship to come upon Tusdae the moni will be readi. I have sent your Lordship my Lady Cravens not. I besiche your Lordship, acoint [acquaint ] Sir Thomas Howard howe this bisnes goes for I am in

    The Justicing notebook of Henry Norris, 1732-3 (nos 35-94)

    bring y e : Horse and Sam: Woodfield. The Gelding was y e pperty of his father Robert Hall of Cravens Stables in Drury lane where y e horse was let to above Edw ds . The Same was confirmed

    General Index, C, 16 May 1612-06 May 1614

    256, 356 -, Constable of, 251, 445 Cranwell , Richard, 381 Crathorne , Thomas, 272 Craven , William, Sir, 463 Cravens , see Gravenor. Crayford (Crainford) -, Elizabeth, 70, -, Joan, 70 -, Robert, 416 -, Susan, 160 Crayle ,

    House of Lords Journal Volume 22, October 1722, 01 October 1722-31 October 1722

    that great State (from which all others draw so many Maxims of Government) lost its Liberties. "W. Ebor. Scarsdale. Hay. Cravens. Anglesey. Litchfield. Aylesford. Bathurst. Osborne. Ashburnham. Trevor. Fran. Cestriens. Masham. Gower. Cowper. Guilford. Bingley. Uxbridge. Strafford." And then the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ;" of course, the inherent criosity which once induced his Royal Highness to eat the lost golden pippin of the Cravens, inspired the Rtoyal mind with a desire to ascertain what more amia4le thing a pig could possibly do, than Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Whitmore and Co. Lombard street; Verse and Co- tre3t, Dorrien & Co. Finch lane, Cornhill; and by the Secretary, No.7 Cravens etthe Strand, where the Books may be seen by those who are inclined to supPOtb Charity, and where the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    indifference of the Liberals so painfully apparent as in Shropshire. The majority of the great landed proprietors, the Sutherlands, Clevelands, Cravens, &e., are Whigs; yet through the ceaseless activity of the little peddling squirearcy, mnagis- trates; and lawyers, the representation Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    row.-R. Bishop, Sieve Public-linose, Charch street, Minories, licvnsed vietualler. [Wright and Bonner, London strect, Fen- church street.-J. Henry, Craven terrace, Cravens hill, Bayswater, upholsterer. [Tate and Dodd, Bucklersbury.- Agaes Taylor, Newcastle-iinder-Lyme, Stofford- shire, provision dealer. [Smith, Birmingham. - S. Wootton, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Zetetic Astronomy. Earth, Not a Globe. (Crown 8vo, pp. viii, 430, 7s. 6d.) John B. Day. Pigott, Miss H. Bouverie.-The Cravens of Cravenscroft, In Three vols. (Crown Svo, pp. 306,298, 282, 31s. 6d.) Tinsley Brothers. Pottinper, H. A.-University Tests. (8vo. Subscribers-only content

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