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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Radbourn

    , 38 who sold to William Catesby in 1573 . 39 In 1601 the Catesby trustees sold to Sir Ranulph Crewe , 40 whose grandson John in 1650 sold to John Dryden the moiety of the manor of Radbourn. 41

    The city of Durham The castle

    of the extension they are Crewe , Crewe impaling see, and Crewe . The arrangement indicates that both Bishop Crewe and Cosin did something worthy of commemoration to the chapel, and the dominance of Bishop Crewe 's arms at the

    Economic infrastructure and institutions Railways

    and by 1835 for a branch from the city to the Grand Junction 's Birmingham-Warrington line at Crewe . 1 The Chester and Crewe and the Chester and Birkenhead Railways were incorporated separately in 1837 , 2 and both lines

    Alstonefield Introduction Yates's Map Of The County of Stafford 1775 (Part)

    all of the remaining share. The family changed its name to Crewe in 1808 , and after 1844 it used the form Harpur Crewe , changing it to Harpur- Crewe in 1961 . Yates's Map Of The County of Stafford

    Alstonefield Hollinsclough LONGOR 1994

    . The centre is named after Michael Hutchinson , the head teacher when the building was bought from the Harpur- Crewe estate in 1985 . 89 The village stands on a road which until the early 19th century was the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lewis, Rhymney I W. Lewis, Cenhadwr J. Jones, Brynrodyn I T. Jerman Jones, eto Cad. Roberts, Pentrefoelas L. J. Evans, Crewe J. Walters, Ystradgynlais I SEDYDDWYE: Parch. R. Hughes, Maesteg Pasch. W. Harries, Heolyfelin G. R. Jones, Fforddlas J. James, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lianymynech J. Lewis, Rhyrney W. Lewis, Cenhadwr J. Jones, Brynrodyn T. Jerman Jones, eto Cad. Soberts, Pentrefoelas E. J. Evans, Crewe J. Walters, Ystradgynlais BEDYDDWYR: Parch. R. Hughes, Maesteg Paech. W. Harnies, Heolyfelin G. R. Jones, Fforddlas J. James, Valley Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Neath W. Foulkes, Llanymynech i, Rhymney W. Lewis, Cenhadwr s, Brynrodyn T. Jerman Jones, eto bents, Pentrefoelas E. J. Evans, Crewe Mer, Ystradgynlais I sEDYDDWYs: Parch. R. Hughes, Maesteg I Paech. W. Harries, Heolyfein G. R. Jones, Fforddlas J. James, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    slanymynech J. Lewis, Rhymney W. Lewis, Cenhadwr J. Jones, Brynrodyn T. Jerman Jones, eto Cad. Rioberts, Pentrefoelas E. J. Evans, Crewe J. Walters, Ystradgynlais BEDYDDWYE: Parch. R. Hughes, mIaesteg Paech. W. Harries, Heolyfelin G. R. Jones, Fforddlas J. James, Valley Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Llanymynech J. Lewis, Rhymney IV. Lewis, Cenhadwr J. Jones, Brynrodyn T. Jerman Jones, eto Cad. isoberts, Pentrefoelas E. J. Evans, Crewe J. Walters, Ystradgynlais BEDYIDDWYE:I Parch. H. Hughes, Maesteg I Paech. W. Hasries, Heolyfelin G. R. Jones, Fforddlas J. James, Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CREWE, John (1742-1829), of Crewe Hall, Cheshire

    CREWE, John (1742-1829), of Crewe Hall, Cheshire Constituency Dates Stafford 4 Mar. 1765 1768 Cheshire 1768 1802 Biography John Crewe’s great-grandfather, John Offley of Madeley, Staffs., married Anne, daughter and heiress of John Crewe of Crewe Hall. Their eldest son

    CREWE, Thomas (c.1358-1418), of Moor Hall in Wixford, Warws.

    stepson William Clopton; and, later, Crewe witnessed transactions concerning the manor of Frankley (Worcestershire) on behalf of Spernore’s widow, seeking, in conjunction with Sir Thomas Burdet*, to defend her interest in the courts.[footnote] Clearly, Crewe had already become an important

    CREWE, John (1742-1829), of Crewe Hall, Cheshire.

    CREWE, John (1742-1829), of Crewe Hall, Cheshire. Constituency Dates Stafford 4 Mar. 1765 131768 Cheshire 1768 131802 Ofifces Held Member, board of agriculture. Ofifces Held Sheriff, Cheshire 1764-5. Ofifces Held Col. Cheshire supp. militia 1797, brevet col. 1798. Biography

    OFFLEY, Crewe (c.1683-1739), of Wichnor, Staffs.

    OFFLEY, Crewe (c.1683-1739), of Wichnor, Staffs. Constituency Dates Newcastle-under-Lyme 27 Feb 1706 170811708 Newcastle-under-Lyme 1 Feb 1709 1710 Newcastle-under-Lyme 2 June 1715 1722 Bewdley 1722 170811734 Biography Returned on petition as a Whig for Newcastle-under-Lyme in 1715, Crewe Offley voted

    CREWE, John, jun. (1709-52), of Madeley, Staffs. and Crewe Hall, Cheshire.

    CREWE, John, jun. (1709-52), of Madeley, Staffs. and Crewe Hall, Cheshire. Constituency Dates Cheshire 1734 18 Sept. 1752 Biography Returned as a Tory for Cheshire after a contest in 1734, and unopposed in 1741, Crewe consistently voted against the Administration.

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 6, Chapter 2 The Monastery of St. PETER.

    the North Side of the high Altar is this Inscription. Juliana Crew Virgo Pientissima, Charissima, & unica Filia Ranulphi de Crewe , Equitis Aurati, Regii Tribunalis Capitalis Justiciarii, ex Juliana de Cleppesby conjuge, vetustæ familiæ de Cleppesby in agro Norfolciensi

    Book 6, Chapter 1 The Monastery of St. PETER.

    Spiritus ante Deum. Another Stone near, thus inscribed; Depositum honorabilis & admodum insignis viri JOHANNIS CREWE de Crewe in Comitat. Cestriæ, Armigeri, Primogeniti Clippesby Crewe militis. Qui piissimè in Domino obdormivit 13 die Februarii, Annoque Domini 1683-4 . Near this,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    19 May 1685, 19 May 1685

    Jermin. Ds. Byron. Ds. Calepeper* Ds. Aflley. Ds. Lucas. Ds. Lexington. Ds. Berkeley. Ds. Holies. Ds. Cornwallis. Ds. Delamer. Ds. Crewe. Ds. Arundell de Ire- rice. Ds. Butler de Moore Parke. Ds. Butler de Weßon. Ds. Lumley. Ds. Ofulßone. Ds. Subscribers-only content

    22 May 1685, 22 May 1685

    Rivers. Comes Peterbo¬ rough. Comes Stamford. Comes Winchilfea. Comes Carnarvon. Comes Chefier- field. Comes Thannet. Comes Strafford. Ds. Berkeley. Ds. Crewe. Ds. Arundell de T. Ds. Butler de Weflon. Ds. Lumley. Ds. Ofulfion. Ds. Dartmouth. us. Stawell. Ds. Godolphin. Ds. Subscribers-only content

    22 May 1685, 22 May 1685

    & Wells. Ds. Eure. Ds. Paget. Ds. North & Grey. Ds. Lovelace. Ds. Maynard. Ds. Howard Eß. Ds. Lucas. Ds. Crewe. Ds. Arundell T. Ds. .Bw/ter <fe FF. Ds. Ofalfion. Ds. Jefferies. Page from I. to re- Thanks le Kins; Subscribers-only content

    23 May 1685, 23 May 1685

    North &? Grey, Ds. Maynard. Ds. Coventry. Ds. Leigh. Ds. Byron. Ds. Colepeper. Ds. Aflley. Ds. Cornwallis. Ds. Delamer. Ds. Crewe. Ds. Arundell de T. Ds. Butler of Wefion, Ds. Ofulßon. Ds. Godolphin, Ds. Jefferies. lords take the Oaths, Sigilii. Subscribers-only content

    25 May 1685, 25 May 1685

    Wharton. Ds. I\W-^> & Grey. Ds. Maynard. Ds. Coventry. Ds. Leigh. Ds. Jermyn. Ds. Cokpeper. Ds. Lexington. Ds. CornwalUs. Ds. Crewe. Ds. Arundell T. Ds. i?ztf/<?r ofWeßon. Ds. Lumley. Ds. Dartmouth. Ds. Stawell. Ds. Godolphin. Ds. Churchill. Ds. Jefferyes. Lords Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    London and North Western Lodge of Fidelity

    Lodge Number (1792): 0 Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 899 Lodge Number (1863): 616 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Mechanics' Institute, Town Hall, Earl Street, Crewe, Cheshire 1853

    Lodge of the Four Cardinal Virtues

    0 Lodge Number (1863): 979 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Mechanics' Institute, Town Hall, Earl Street, Crewe, Cheshire 1863 Crewe Arms Hotel, Railway Station, Crewe, Cheshire 1865 Royal Hotel, Nantwich Road, Crewe, Cheshire 1877

    Prudence Lodge

    Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Royal Hotel, Crewe, Cheshire, England 1920 Masonic Hall, Wybunbury Road, Willaston, Cheshire, England 1975

    Justice-cum-Waldron Lodge

    1960, when the original was found Notes (2): Amalgamated with Waldron Lodge No. 6919 on 10th September 2008 to become Justice-cum-Waldron Lodge 4763 Meeting Places Royal Hotel, Crewe, Cheshire, England 1925 Masonic Hall, Wybunbury Road, Willaston, Nantwich, Cheshire, England 1975

    Crewe Lodge

    (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Crewe Arms Hotel, Crewe, Cheshire, England 1928 Masonic Hall, Wybunbury Road, Willaston, Cheshire, England 1975

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Friday 29th September 1848

    & nasty, we entirely changed our plans again deciding to go to Perth today & sleep there, going on to Crewe tomorrow. The other Gentlemen were summoned for making arrangements to reduce our suite & squeeze everybody & everything into

    Saturday 30th September 1848

    Details Journal Entry Place of writing Version Crewe (Station Hotel) Princess Beatrice's copies Volume 26 1st August 1848-31st December 1848 Volume Page Nos 83-84 Featured Names Mr Laike Featured Places Carlisle Carstairs Crewe Fleetwood Honiton Kendal Lancaster Moffat Preston Stirling

    Thursday 8th November 1838

    married a Mr. Moore, a clergyman; another, a man with a very odd name which I forget; one a Mr. Crewe ,“He was a drunken Commissary who died soon, and she married again”; another is a Mrs. Cupley . “Very

    Tuesday 21st September 1847

    & the country looked very flat, & the manufacturing part too frightful. We passed through Preston Warrington , Wigan , Crewe , Stafford , Tamworth , Rugby & Wolverton & stopped for a few minutes at several of these places,

    Saturday 11th October 1851

    extraordinary number of warehouses & manufactories it contains, & what a size the town is. We came next to Stockport, Crewe , Stafford , (where Ld Anglesey had came to the station) Weedon , Wolverton, Rugby & lastly Watford ,

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CP.H.5954

    Participant: John Crew [Crew] Role: testator Details: male; armiger, deceased Location: Crew Hall (Crew Hall) : habitation Place(s): Barthomley (Cheshire) Crewe (Crew) : undefined Chester (Cestrien) : diocese Cheshire Participant: Anne Offley [Offley; Ofley] Alternate name: Anne Crew [Crew] Role:

 

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