Elizabeth Crack

     Elizabeth Crack married Richard Wilkin, son of Richard Wilkin and Elizabeth Tarney, on 16 August 1754 in Hessett, Suffolk.

Children of Elizabeth Crack and Richard Wilkin

Henry Crack

     Henry Crack married Elizabeth Noble, daughter of William Noble and Sarah Rumbelow, on 10 February 1736 in Walsham le Willows, Suffolk, England.

Rose Cracknel

     Rose Cracknel was born in Suffolk. She may be the Rose Cracknell born at Bedingfield who is listed as a patron submission on the IGI as 5 Feb 1716 at Bedingfield.
     Rose Cracknel married James Hunt, son of Thomas Hunt and Maria Clarke, on 2 December 1740 in Occold, Suffolk.

Children of Rose Cracknel and James Hunt

Mary Anne Cracknell

(circa 1840 - )
     Mary Anne Cracknell was born circa 1840 in Bradfield St Clare, Suffolk.
     Mary Anne Cracknell married George Cocksedge, son of James Cocksedge and Susan Scott.
     Mary Anne Cracknell and George Cocksedge appeared on the 1861 census in Great Green, Cockfield. George 27, ag. labourer, born Cockfield, his wife Mary Ann, 20 born Bradfield St Clare, and their daughter Matilda aged 10 months born Cockfield.
     Mary Anne Cracknell and George Cocksedge appeared on the 1871 census in Hall Farm Rd, Bradfield St Clare. George Cocksedge, head, 40, ag. lab., born Cockfield; his wife Mary Ann, aged 30, born Bradfield St Clare; daughters Jane 6 and Fanny Maria 2, both born Bradfield St Clare.
     Mary Anne Cracknell and George Cocksedge appeared on the 1881 census in 'School End Cottage', Bradfield St Clare. George 51, ag. lab born Cockfield; his wife Mary Ann aged 41, and children Fanny 12, Edna 10, Alfred 7, George 4 & Dannah aged 10 months, all born Bradfield St Clare.
     Mary Anne Cracknell married Christopher Smith as his second wife, on 7 November 1885 in Cockfield, Suffolk.
     Mary Anne Cracknell and Christopher Smith appeared on the 1891 census in Cockfield. Christopher Smith aged 53, engine driver, born Cockfield; with his wife Mary Ann aged 50, born Bradfield St Clare and sons Frederick 22 & Westrop 20, ag. labs, born Cockfield and step sons, Alfred 17, George 14 & Dannah 10 all born at Bradfield St Clare.

Children of Mary Anne Cracknell and George Cocksedge

Lucie or Louisa Ann Cradick

( - 17 January 1944)
     Lucie or Louisa Ann Cradick was born in New South Wales. She as the aughter of Thomas & Elizabeth Cradick.
     Lucie or Louisa Ann Cradick married Harold Bowker, son of Richard Ryther Steer Bowker and Lydia Frances Phillips, in 1916 in Murwillumbah, New South Wales.
     Lucie died on 17 January 1944 in Bellevue Hill, New South Wales. At Sydney, Lucie, relict of the late Dr Harold Bowker of Murwillumbah, and sister of Margaret, Helen (Mrs P Reed), James, Fred? and Harry Cradick. Privately cremated. This death was registered as both Lucie and Louisa Ann. Her probate record was also indexed under both Lucie and Louisa Ann. She was cremated on 20 January 1944.
     Her will was proved on 19 June 1944 at New South Wales.

Eva Margaret Craig

(circa 1853 - )
     Eva Margaret Craig was born circa 1853 in Tipperary, Ireland.
     The marriage of Eva Margaret Craig and Thomas Abraham Jerningham Cocksedge, son of Thomas Abraham Cocksedge, was registered in Bath RD, Somerset, England, in the December 1876 quarter.
     Eva Margaret Craig and Thomas Abraham Jerningham Cocksedge appeared on the 1881 census in Chicklade, Wiltshire. Thomas A. J. Cocksedge 41, surgeon, general practitioner, born Rothwell, Northants; his wife Eva M. Cocksedge 26, born Ireland, daughter Margaret M. Cocksedge 3, born Hindon, Wiltshire, Agnes Phillips 18 servant.
     Eva Margaret Craig and Thomas Abraham Jerningham Cocksedge appeared on the 1901 census in Kilnaborris, Kilmacshane, Clonfert, Galway, Ireland. Cocksedge Thos A J, 61, head, Church of England England, Surgeon A M D Retired, MA Contab Mrcer, read and write , Married - ; wife Ed Margaret 46, Protestant and Episcopalian Church of Ireland, born co. Tipperary, read and write; Cocksedge, Margaret Mary 23, daughter, Church of England England, read and write, spinster, born England; Cocksedge Agnes Dorothea, 1, daughter, Protestant and Episcopalian Church of Ireland, born Kings co; Nestor, Margaret 24 Female Servant RC Domestic servant.
     Eva Margaret Craig and Thomas Abraham Jerningham Cocksedge appeared on the 1911 census in Kilnaborris, Kilmacshane, Clonfert, Galway. Cocksedge, Thomas Abraham Jerningham 71, Head, Protestant Episcopal Church of Ireland England, MA Cantab MRCS Lnd, Army Surgeon (LP), General Medical Practitioner, retired, read and write - Married 35 years, 3 children 1 living ; his wife Eva Margaret 56, Protestant Episcopal Church of Ireland Ireland, born co Tipperary, read and write, Mahon Elenah Mary 17, Servant, RC, born Kings Co, read and write, single.

Children of Eva Margaret Craig and Thomas Abraham Jerningham Cocksedge

Margaret Isabella Craig

( - 13 October 1971)
     Margaret Isabella Craig married Francis Christopher Refshauge, son of Peter Peterson Refshauge and Eliza Thornhill Dudley, in 1906 in Victoria.
     Margaret died on 13 October 1971 in Victoria.

Children of Margaret Isabella Craig and Francis Christopher Refshauge

Susan Craig

(circa 1830 - 26 January 1917)
     Susan Craig was also known as Susannah in records. She was born circa 1830.
     Susan Craig married Thomas Handy, son of John Handy, on 20 October 1856 in Wexford, Wexford, Ireland. He became a Catholic at his marriage..
     Susan Craig and Henry Handy appeared on the 1911 census in 19 Temple Cottages, Inns Quay, Dublin, St George. Susan Handy, head, Church of Ireland, 82, widow, born co. Cork; Henry Handy, son, Church of Ireland, 39, check clerk, single, born Queens Co.
     Susan died on 26 January 1917 in 19 Temple Cottages, Dublin. Susan Handy, widow, aged 86, R I C sergeant's widow, died of old age, informant Henry Handy, son.

Children of Susan Craig and Thomas Handy

Anne Craike

(29 January 1576/77 - before 29 September 1633)
     Said to be the daughter and heiress of Joseph Creyke of Beck Hall, Giggleswick acccording to the pedigree, but this family seems to fit the dates. They are the only Craike family in Giggleswick at the time.
. Anne Craike was christened on 29 January 1576/77 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Robert Craike and Jane Preston.
     Anne Craike married Robert Banks, son of Thomas Banks and Margaret Unknown (Banks), on 22 February 1595/96 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire.
     Anne died before 29 September 1633 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. She was buried on 29 September 1633 in Giggleswick.
     Her will was proved on 9 April 1635 at the Prerogative Court of York.

Children of Anne Craike and Robert Banks

Bridget Craike

(4 June 1577 - after 1598/99)
     Bridget Craike was christened on 4 June 1577 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Robert Craike and Jane Preston.
     Bridget Craike married Thomas Craven on 6 February 1598/99 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire.
     Bridget died after 1598/99.

Robert Craike

( - before 3 October 1594)
     Robert Craike was born in Giggleswick, Yorkshire.
     Robert Craike married Jane Preston on 6 February 1574/75 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. Robert was present at Bridget Craike's christening on 4 June 1577 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. Robert was present at Thomas Craike's christening on 8 April 1583 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire.
     Robert died before 3 October 1594 in Yorkshire, England.
     His will was proved on 3 October 1594 at the Prerogative Court of York.
     Supposed to be Joseph Creyke of Beck Hall in Giggleswick village, a house standing by the beck which paid for 6 hearths in the Hearth Tax of 1674. It is said that the Creykes owned that residence, but they seem only to have been tenants, for in 1615 Robert Banks, described as an attorney of the Court of Common Pleas, bought from Francis Earl of Cumberland and his son Lord Clifford the house and sundry closes of land with rights of common; they were already in occupation. He had a son Robert, a lawyer, and a grandson Robert "probably" also a lawyer, who was the father of Joseph Banks.

Children of Robert Craike and Jane Preston

Thomas Craike

(8 April 1583 - before 18 September 1585)
     Thomas Craike was christened on 8 April 1583 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. He was the son of Robert Craike and Jane Preston.
     Thomas died before 18 September 1585 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. He was buried on 18 September 1585 in Giggleswick.

daughter Crake (St Quinton)

     Daughter Crake (St Quinton) was the daughter of Unknown Crake and daughter Babthorpe.

Unknown Crake

     Unknown Crake married daughter Babthorpe, daughter of Sir Robert Babthorpe and Sybill or Isabel! Ryther.

Child of Unknown Crake and daughter Babthorpe

John Craley

     John Craley was born in Stockwood, Bedfordshire, England.
     John Craley married Elizabeth Hawley, daughter of James Hawley and Elizabeth Banks.

Ethel Crane

     Ethel Crane married Bertram Godbold, son of Albert Titus Godbold and Eliza Mann, in 1911.

Mary Cranfield

     Mary Cranfield married John Becher, son of Thomas Becher and Elizabeth Turner. He became mayor of Bristol.

Children of Mary Cranfield and John Becher

Thomasin Cranmer

     Thomasin Cranmer married Richard Noble, son of William Noble and Elizabeth Frances, on 21 April 1664 in Ampton, Suffolk.

Children of Thomasin Cranmer and Richard Noble

J Cranston

     J died in Jamaica. She was born in Jamaica.

Child of J Cranston and Samuel Reddish

Thomas Cranswick

     Thomas Cranswick married Adeline Cocksedge, daughter of James Cocksedge and Maria Alexander, in 1868 in Sydney, New South Wales.

Thomas Craven

     Thomas Craven married Bridget Craike, daughter of Robert Craike and Jane Preston, on 6 February 1598/99 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire.

Alexander Crawford 4th Earl

Child of Alexander Crawford 4th Earl

Andrew Crawford

(circa 1780 - )
     Andrew Crawford was born circa 1780 in Langham or Terrylicken, Longford, Ireland. He was the second son of Matthew Crawford of Terrylicken, c. Longford..
     Andrew Crawford married Elizabeth Handy, daughter of Samuel Wesley Handy and Catherine Fleming, in June 1803 in Westmeath.
     Andrew Crawford lived at Langham or Loughan, Longford.

Children of Andrew Crawford and Elizabeth Handy

Anna M Crawford

(15 December 1857 - )
     Anna M Crawford was born on 15 December 1857  in Israel. On the 15th December at Jerusalem, the wife of the Rev Henry Crawford, of a daughter.
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he married George G Ross in Dec 1880. She was the daughter of Rev Henry William James Crawford and Caroline Frances Wallen. Henry, Anna and Isabella were listed as the children of Rev Henry William James Crawford in the 1861 census in 32 Henrietta St, Bathwick, Somerset.

Caroline M Crawford

(circa 1845 - )
     Caroline M Crawford was born circa 1845 in Canterbury, St George, Kent. She was the daughter of Rev Henry William James Crawford and Caroline Frances Wallen. Henrietta, Francis, Caroline and Emily were listed as the children of Rev Henry William James Crawford in the 1851 census in North Mimms, Hertfordshire, England.

Catherine Handy Crawford

(circa 1805 - )
     Catherine Handy Crawford was born circa 1805 in Ireland. She was the daughter of Andrew Crawford and Elizabeth Handy. Catherine Handy Crawford was an executor of Dorothea Ann Handy's estate on 18 June 1853 in Dublin, Ireland.
     Catherine Handy Crawford lived at Rathmines Road, Dublin, Ireland, 1853.
     Catherine Handy Crawford married John Crawford on 25 October 1854 in St Peter, Dublin. He was the son of James Crawford, esq.

Emily M Crawford

(December 1850? - )
     Emily M Crawford's birth was registered in the quarter ending in December 1850? In Islington, St James, Middlesex. She was the daughter of Rev Henry William James Crawford and Caroline Frances Wallen. Henrietta, Francis, Caroline and Emily were listed as the children of Rev Henry William James Crawford in the 1851 census in North Mimms, Hertfordshire, England.

Francis W Crawford

(circa 1843 - )
     Francis W Crawford was born circa 1843 in Canterbury, St George, Kent. He was the son of Rev Henry William James Crawford and Caroline Frances Wallen. Henrietta, Francis, Caroline and Emily were listed as the children of Rev Henry William James Crawford in the 1851 census in North Mimms, Hertfordshire, England.

George Crawford

     George Crawford married Hester Handcock, daughter of Richard Handcock and Ann Unknown.

Henrietta Elizabeth Crawford

(circa 1842 - 27 June 1912)
     Henrietta Elizabeth Crawford was born circa 1842 in Canterbury, St George, Kent. She was the daughter of Rev Henry William James Crawford and Caroline Frances Wallen. Henrietta, Francis, Caroline and Emily were listed as the children of Rev Henry William James Crawford in the 1851 census in North Mimms, Hertfordshire, England.
     Henrietta died on 27 June 1912 in Babbington, Weston Super Mare, Somerset.