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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes added since 1892 Knighton

    his maternal uncle, Joseph Craddock , and upon his marriage to Anne Hurlock , granddaughter of Sir John Hartopp of Freeby . 12 By the 18th century the Craddock family had long been settled in Leicester , and were notable

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    92, 101; Phil. (fl. c . 1589), 449-50. Freak's Ground , see L., Freak's Ground. Free Church Council , 248. Freeby , see Hartopp, Sir John . Freeman , And., 114 n , 115 n , 157 n ; Ralph,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Drawings and Researches made in Palestine by the lante Mr. Raphael, a converted Jew, and M.P. for St. Alban's. N.B.-Admission Freeby invitation or address card. J. B. Kenworthy, 27, Colmore Row, Birmingham. 243 PERMANENT MONEY SOCIETY. HW COOKLE informs his Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pain In a singli night, end If ereltei for a short time wUIi eradicate the most Obelinate Corn or Buniou.-Propaxed and sold onl by WlViIam I'de, M anufacturing ChemIst, 157, Bromegrove Stteet, Bhirnsngian. Freeby pOettay addre UrSBor14 stamps. O * Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    By I. LieRICn (the firt he composed), and performed by him at the Queen's Concert Rooms, lanoverSquare, and twice encored. Freeby post for 18 stamps. rlIRED. Sorng. Poetry by bliss BURNSIDE. MSuiC O .lLty Miss M. LiNDSAY (MMr.J. W.Blisg). No. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Berg, at Eit. Petersburg. Portrasit of the Kving of Slam. " The Bead to Gratna," by J. Miorgasa. ,PriceSlxpeneie; or, Freeby Post Si-cipsnco-HaIlfpenny C Ofice, 198, Strand, %V`X. 1121 NEW AND IMPROVED SERIES. EETON'S YOUNG ENGDIISHWOMAN, Price 9d., PERMANETLY ?,Ionthib. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HTHE MUSEUM OF ARMS, NEWHALL STREET. EaOOND NOT IC E. Bat little space is left to do jusitice to the wealth in (istols, which form so important and extensive a portion rif the collection. Tule itistol (the diminutive of Subscribers-only content

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