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    Wills, 18 Richard II (1394-5)

    built by S. Osithe or Ositha, daughter of King Frithwald and queen to Sighere, King of the East Saxons, at Crich, co. Essex, where she is said to have lived as a religious, till massacred by the Danes A.D. 653.

    Appendix F, To Memorial XXI

    has supplied me with the following particulars: "In the afternoon of 1st October 1624 (22nd James I.), temp . Edmund Crich, Master. "First at this Court it was ordered yt these Woor ll persons hereafter named, viz t the M

    Appendix O, To Memorial CXXVII

    acquaint this Court with these names viz., of Benj n Henshawe, Jervis Elwes, Henry Elwes, Jerrard Gore, Nicholas Hearne, John Crich, and Tho s Carter, which 7 persons were well approved of by this Court and so ratified allowed." [21

    State Papers, 1658, March (3 of 3), 01 March 1658-31 March 1658

    in what I may serve command freely, Your very faithfull servant, & c. The superscription . For mr . Richard Crich, at mr . Francis Mills his house, the signe of the Castle, in Fleete-street, London. Mr. H. Smith to

    Henry VIII, January 1542, 21-31, 01 January 1542-31 January 1542

    49. Worcester Cathedral. See Grants in January, Nos. 28, 29. 24 Jan. Add. MS. 6,668, p. 717. B. M. 50. Crich, Derb. Indenture by which John Mariott, chantry priest of Cryche, covenants with Mr. Francis Pole of the Dale and

    House of Lords Journal Volume 63, 4 October 1831, 04 October 1831-04 October 1831

    of Little Eaton , in the County of Derby , whose Names are thereunto subscribed: Crich: Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of Crich , in the County of Derby , whose Names are thereunto subscribed: Shottle: Also,

    Index, A - E

    85 Matilda, wife of, 85 Matilda, wife of, 85 "Cressynghamlane," parish of S. James de Garlikhithe, 480, 492 "Creyer," 233n. Crich , co. Essex, nunnery dedicated to SS. Peter and Paul, 312n. Criditon (Crediton, co. Devon), collegiate church of H.

    Index to Session 1831, K-Z

    Bakewell; Wirksworth; Belper; Duffield; Heanor; Alfreton; Codnor Park and Riddings; Ripley; and Horsley, & c. - Holbrook; Swanwick; Little Eaton; Crich; Shottle; Pentrich; Denby and Loscoe; South Wingfield; Heage; Turnditch; Lea; Youlgreave; Otley; Maidstone; Coventry Political Union; Gainsborough; Surrey; St.

    Index, C, 01 September 1546-31 January 1547

    , Ric., i. 961. Creychtoun ( i . e . Crichton) , Alex., laird of Brunstone. q . v . Crich (Cryche) , Derb., i. p. 776; ii. g. 476 (85). Criche. See Crowche. Crichel or Critchell , More, Dors.,

    House of Lords Journal Volume 63, 16 November 1830, 16 November 1830-16 November 1830

    the County of Somerset , whose Names are thereunto subscribed: Crich: Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Members of a Society and Congregation of Wesleyan Methodists worshipping at Crich Chapel, in the County of Derby , whose Names are

    Index to Session 1830-31, K-Z

    Millbank; Clawton; Kirkhammerton; Wyberton; Tattenhall; and Heywood - Harwich; Navenby; Scawby; Lane Delph; Leyland; Bishop Norton; Camelford; Silverton; Handborough; Weston-super-Mare; Crich; Stoke; Drax; Melbourn; Torpoint; Moira; Gillingham; Shaftesbury; Fontmell Magna; Darlington; Wilcove; Measham; Bailey Hill, Mold; Sturminster; Welton; Ker Street

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