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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I J. Lewis, Rhymney W. Levis, Cenhadwr J. Jones, Brynrodyn T. Jerman Jones, eto Cad. Roberts, Pentrefoelas B. J. Evans, Crews J. Walters, Ystradgynlais , BEDYDDWYR: Parch. R. Hughes, Maesteg Paech. W. Harries, Heolyfelin G. R. Jones, Fforddlas J. James, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    M ls, Trefor.. reffyco', a Ar y 9fed eyf'sol, yrl nghapel Seaon, GLdrenoam, gasypssao e . r. H. Symonds O.wEvans. Crews, as E. Powell, bolt, M r rVaulghan, Cobdel Mfills. a Miss Edwards, mereh ieuengaf y di wveddar Barch. Wmn. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y R Taikothr }ill, yes galyn am grantsi Igyrnel yr achos: Iiye y lleoedd hyny. Cyilwynwyd yr Un achos o Crews: a hefyd. Pendenfynwyd gafyn am y cymortfi arferal yn ihy Gymedeithiasfs neat. Cydwvynwyd achosionl Seisnig. mob Rhclaarcbnngog a Ffint Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ljsokirg5- f' rom the undermentioned Stations to L1VBHOL (na Whitchuroh and Crews) and CHESTER .4sia \ck't , ag : Tatteahall lue) returning on Monday ioblowrnB. "i - :From ?2 : Liverpool (L~ime ':Chester - t.) 5rd Class. 3Srd Class Pwllhelt Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    priodol iawn i'r y arngylchiad, a theilwng o'r hwn oeddym yn ei gladdu. r Yoa gweddiodd y Parch. Gharles Williame, Crews, AO m ymwrhaswyd, gan ei adael of yn ei wely pridd hyd ganiad yr udgoro, &c. Ein dymuoind ydyw Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Leisure and culture Sport after 1700

    numbers: 70 joined the club in 1838 but there were only c . 20 rowing members in 1841 . 94 Crews competed on the Dee, widely in other northern regattas, and at Henley occasionally from 1855 and regularly after 1874.

    Modern Hull Suburban Hull , 1966 The docks, 1966

    Steam Trawling of 1884-5 . 73 It is clear, however, that the first trawlers migrated to Hull about 1845, the crews coming from Ramsgate and ultimately from Brixham . Their origin is confirmed by the Census of 1851, which records

    Sport

    Crews found these barges very convenient for changing, and in other ways they did much to popularize rowing. A further improvement was made when, in 1846 , watermen were forbidden to coach crews. By 1852 the Torpids (or second

    Index A-J

    G. W. , Drubber , Edw., Dry , Ann Lydia , ducking stool , Ducklington , John of, Dudley : Crews , Rob., earl of Leicester , Dudley (Worcs.) , Duggan, W. B. , Dumas , -, Duncan , Mary,

    Index

    131; and see Stockham Crendon , Long (Bucks.), 180, 217; Bridge, 197; minister of, see Newborough Crew , Matt., 215 Crews (Crewes), Rob., 209; Thos. (d. 1721/2 ), 209; Thos. (d. 1769), 209 Cripps , Bern ., 193; Jas., 69;

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CREW, Thomas (c.1624-97), of Steane, Northants.

    each to his three surviving daughters. His widow married Arthur Herbert. His brother, the Jacobite bishop of Durham, succeeded to the title and an estate of £6,000 p.a., and with him the male line of the Crews of Steane ended.[footnote]

 

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