Henry Leighton Crawford CMG

(1856 - before 21 February 1931)
     Henry Leighton Crawford CMG was born in 1856 in Israel. He was the son 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.
     Henry died before 21 February 1931 in Worthing, Sussex. MR H L CRAWFORD. Mr Henry Leighton Crawford, C.M.G., late Controller of revenue, Ceylon Civil Service, died on Wednesday at Worthing at the age of 75.
The son of the Rev. Henry Crawford, of Chelsfield, he was educated at Clifton and Corpus Christi College, Cambridge. He entered the Ceylon Civil Service in 1877, and rose to be Commissioner of Buddhist Temporalities and Principal Collector of Customs, and after acting as Colonial Treasurer, ended his official career as Controller of Revenue. He was made C.M.G in 1906, and retired in 1911.
Mr. Crawford was a fine all-round athlete in Ceylon, having played several times for Ceylon against the Australians, was one of the best tennis players in the nineties, being once runner-up for the Ceylon championship, and was seven years croquet champion of the island. he was chess champion for 25 years, and played for Gloucester and Sussex at chess up to his death - in fact, he was to have played against Kent today
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Child of Henry Leighton Crawford CMG

Rev Henry William James Crawford

(circa 1816 - 19 March 1863)
     Rev Henry William James Crawford was born circa 1816 in Chelsfield, Kent.
     Rev Henry William James Crawford married Caroline Frances Wallen, daughter of Maj Edward Pinnock Wallen and Eliza Archange Ford, on 1 June 1841 in Chelsfield, Kent.
     Rev Henry William James Crawford and Caroline Frances Wallen appeared on the 1841 census in Folkestone, Kent. Henry Crawford 25, surgeon, Caroline, 23, both born in the county.
     Rev Henry William James Crawford and Caroline Frances Wallen were recorded on the 1851 census in North Mimms, Hertfordshire, England. Henry Crawford, 25, curate of North Mimms, born Chelsfield, Kent; his wife Caroline F Crawford, 33, born Jamaica; children Henrietta C Crawford, 8, born Canterbury St George; Francis W Crawford 7, ditto, Caroline M Crawford     5, ditto, Emily M Crawford 2, born Islington St James, Mdx, Edward Johns 10, pupil, Matilda Hanes 20, Anne Day, servants.
     Rev Henry William James Crawford and Caroline Frances Wallen appeared on the 1861 census in 32 Henrietta St, Bathwick, Somerset. Henry Crawford, 45, clergyman of Church of England, without cure, born Chelsfield, Kent; Caroline A Crawford his wife, 43, born Jamaica; children Henry L Crawford 6, born Syria, Jerusalem, BS, Anna M Crawford, 3, ditto, Isabella E Crawford, 6 months, Elizabeth Gulliford, 17, servant, born Bathwick.
     Henry died on 19 March 1863 in Clifton, Bristol, Somerset. Crawford. March 19, at Clifton, aged 47, the Rev Henry Crawford, late minister of Christ Chruch, Jerusalem.

Children of Rev Henry William James Crawford and Caroline Frances Wallen

Isabella Ellen Crawford

(December 1860 - )
     Isabella Ellen Crawford's birth was registered in the quarter ending in December 1860 in Avon RD, Somerset. 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.

Jane Crawford

     Jane Crawford married Malcolm Hamilton Archbishop of Cashel as his second wife, after 1612.

John Crawford

     John Crawford married Catherine Handy Crawford, daughter of Andrew Crawford and Elizabeth Handy, on 25 October 1854 in St Peter, Dublin. He was the son of James Crawford, esq.

Kathleen Sarah Crawford

(9 January 1909 - 18 April 1994)
     Kathleen Sarah Crawford was born on 9 January 1909.
     Kathleen Sarah Crawford married Murdoch Albert Colbert, son of John Colbert and Susan Jane Jarred, in 1935 in Victoria.
     Kathleen Sarah Crawford lived at McPherson Street, Nhill, Victoria, 1982.
     Kathleen died on 18 April 1994 aged 85.
     Her will was proved on 8 July 1994. She was a widow of Nhill.

Margaret Crawford

(circa 1810 - )
     Margaret Crawford was born circa 1810 in Ireland. She was the daughter of Andrew Crawford and Elizabeth Handy.

Matthew Crawford

(before 1806 - )
     Matthew Crawford was born before 1806.
     Matthew Crawford married Emily Handy, daughter of John Handy and Emily Alexander, on 16 April 1861 in St George's, Dublin, Ireland. Matthew Crawford, of full age, widower, Esquire, of Rockfield, son of John Crawford, esq. to Emily Handy, of full age, spinster, of 8 Margaret Place, daughter of John Handy Esq. Both signed in the presence of Andrew A Handy & Fleming Handy. His first wife Louisa (daughter of late Lt Gen Crawford) died 6 Dec 1858 at Rockfield. The married: On the 10th instant [July 1827], at St. George's Church, by the Rev. William Bushe, Mathew Crawford, of Rockville, County Westmeath, Esq. to Louisa, daughter of Colonel Crawford..

Rebecca Jane Crawford

(circa 1807 - )
     Rebecca Jane Crawford was born circa 1807 in Ireland. She was the daughter of Andrew Crawford and Elizabeth Handy.

Samuel Wesley Handy Crawford

(circa 1804 - 29 February 1840)
     Samuel Wesley Handy Crawford was born circa 1804. He was the son of Andrew Crawford and Elizabeth Handy.
     Samuel died on 29 February 1840 in Vergemont, Longford?, Ireland. Feb 29 at Vergemont, Samuel Wesley Handy Crawford,Esq., eldest son of Andrew Crawford of Loughan, co. Longford, Esq.

Sarah Crawford

     Sarah Crawford married Alexander Joseph Wallen, son of Elias Wallen and Mary Kirby, before 1791 in Londonderry, Ireland.

Children of Sarah Crawford and Alexander Joseph Wallen

Sarah O'Brien Crawford

     Sarah O'Brien Crawford was also reported as having married James Alexander Ashby, son of Francis Ashby and Margaret Ann Garnes, on 12 February 1830 in Holy Trinity, Barbados. James Alexander, 27, (son of Francis & Marg. Ann Ashby) & Sarah O'Brien Crawford.
     Sarah O'Brien Crawford married James Alexander Ashby, son of Francis Ashby and Margaret Ann Garnes, on 12 February 1857 in St Phillip, Barbados.

Children of Sarah O'Brien Crawford and James Alexander Ashby

Unknown Crawford

     Unknown Crawford was the son of Henry Leighton Crawford CMG.

Mary Anne Creats

(1843 - 5 March 1903)
     Mary Anne Creats was born in 1843 in Alleston nr Cheadle, Staffordshire, England. She was the daughter of Anthony Creats. In the 1871 census she was aged 28, born Neath Abbey, Glamorgan..
     Mary Anne Creats married George Mantoch Ross, son of James Mantoch and Mary Tindal, on 19 March 1865 in Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales.
     Mary Anne Creats and George Mantoch Ross appeared on the 1871 census in Bryn-y-More cottage, 10 Eaton Cres., Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales. George Ross, head, married, 26, domestic gardener - coachman, born Cromarty, Scotland; Mary A, wife, 28, born Neath Abbey, Glamorgan; Elizabeth A. daughter, 5, Mary E, daughter 3, both scholars born Swansea; Jessy daughter 11 months born Swansea.
     Mary Anne Creats and George Mantoch Ross appeared on the 1881 census in 10 Eaton Rd, Swansea. George Ross, head, married 36, gardener, born Cromarty Scotland; Mary A, wife, 38, of Winston, W Cheadle Staffordshire Na..?; Elizabeth A, daughter 15, Mary E, daughter 11, George J, son 8, Thomas A C son 6, Eugiene, daughter, 4, all scholars born Swansea; Florence daughter, 1, born Swansea.
     Mary died of cerebral apoplexy on 5 March 1903 in 13 Westbury Terrace, Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales. Wife of George Ross, coachman.

Children of Mary Anne Creats and George Mantoch Ross

Mary Creek

     Mary Creek married Robert Culbert Colbert.

Child of Mary Creek and Robert Culbert Colbert

Mary Anne Creighton

( - 18 October 1828)
     Mary Anne Creighton was also known as Marianne in records.
     Mary Anne Creighton married Dr John Wallen Halahan, son of John Halahan and Mary Handy, 29 Feb 1822 in St Peter, Dublin. Saunders's News-Letter on 30 March 1822 reported: Married. On Friday, in St Petr's church, by the Rev Henry Leanu, John Walter halahan, Esq., M. D. to Marrianne, third daughter to the late Hamilton Creighton, Esq..
     Mary died of fever on 18 October 1828 in Gibraltar.

Children of Mary Anne Creighton and Dr John Wallen Halahan

Philip Champion de Crespigny

     Philip Champion de Crespigny married Sarah Cocksedge, daughter of Henry Cocksedge and Lydia Burgess, on 24 November 1762.

Elizabeth Creswick

     Elizabeth Creswick married Thomas Rich, son of Thomas Rich (of Sheffield) and Margery Unknown, on 21 January 1568/69 in St Peter, Sheffield, Yorkshire.

Children of Elizabeth Creswick and Thomas Rich

Hon Annabel Hungerford Crewe

(13 July 1815? - 24 February 1874)
     Hon Annabel Hungerford Crewe was born on 13 July 1815?. She was the third daughter of the second Baron Crewe and born on the 13 July. She was aged 36 in the 1851 census.
     Hon Annabel Hungerford Crewe married Richard Monckton Milnes Lord Houghton, son of Robert Pemberton Milnes and Hon Henrietta Maria Monckton, on 30 July 1851 in Madeley, Staffordshire, England.
     Annabel died on 24 February 1874 in Fryston, Yorkshire, aged 58.

Sir Robert de Crewes

     Sir Robert de Crewes was born in Cruwys Morchard, Devon.
     Isabella de St Aubin married secondly Sir Robert de Crewes before 17 May 1332. He was her co-patron in 1344 & 1349. As of before 17 May 1332, Sir Robert de Crewes was also known as Cruwys in records.

Graham Edwin Crewes

(8 November 1919 - 11 January 1983)
     Graham was a clerk. He was born on 8 November 1919 in New South Wales, Australia.
     Graham died on 11 January 1983 in Shannon Street, Greenacre, New South Wales, aged 63.

Henry Crichlow

     Henry Crichlow married Mary Cutting?, daughter of John Cutting and Ann Homes, on 10 July 1709 in Christ Church, Barbados.

Elizabeth Crichton

( - 9 June 1479)
     Elizabeth Crichton was the daughter of Lord William Crichton and Agnes Unknown (Crichton).
     Elizabeth Crichton married Alexander Seton Lord Gordon, Earl of Huntly, son of Alexander Seton Sir, Lord Gordon and Elizabeth Gordon, before 18 March 1439/40. She was his second or third wife..
     Elizabeth died on 9 June 1479 in Strathbogie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland.

Children of Elizabeth Crichton and Alexander Seton Lord Gordon, Earl of Huntly

George Crichton Earl of Caithness

( - August 1454)
     George Crichton Earl of Caithness married Janet Borthwick Countess of Caithness.
     George died in August 1454.

Grisell Crichton

     Grisell Crichton married Thomas Dunbar, son of Alexander Dunbar and Katherine Reid, circa 21 July 1591. She was the daughter of Robert Crichton of Eliock, advocate, & sister of the Admirable Crichton (she married secondly 6 Oct 1621, James Sinclair of Murkle).

Children of Grisell Crichton and Thomas Dunbar

Isabel Crichton

     Isabel Crichton married Robert Dunbar, son of Robert Dunbar and Jean Campbell, after 24 May 1642.

Child of Isabel Crichton and Robert Dunbar

James Crichton 2nd Lord

( - August 1454)
     James Crichton 2nd Lord married Janet Dunbar, daughter of James Dunbar 4th (7th) Earl of Moray and Katherine or Janet or Margaret Seton (of Gordon), between 1442 and 1446. James was created Earl of Moray by the ceremony known as belting on 12 June 1452.
     James died in August 1454.
     4 Aug 1498: A letter of gift made to Schir James of Crechtoun of Frendracht, knicht, of the lands of Cunze and Petwense, Corneowsis, Cluney and half of Ganrye, land in the sherrifdom of Aberdeen & Banff, being in our sov. lord hands by the decese of the late Sir Alexander Dunbar, q and quhill the lachfull entre of the richtwis are thairto, with al fermes, malis, proffitis, dewiteiz and dew service....

Janet Crichton

( - after 1514)
     Janet Crichton was the daughter of Patrick Crichton.
     Janet Crichton married John Douglas 2nd Earl of Morton, son of James Douglas Sir, Earl of Morton and Joan or Janet Stewart, before 1493.
     Janet died after 1514.

Patrick Crichton

     Patrick died in Cranston-Riddel, Midlothian.

Child of Patrick Crichton

Lord William Crichton

     Lord William Crichton married Agnes Unknown (Crichton). William was Chancellor of Scotland from 1439 to 1454.

Child of Lord William Crichton and Agnes Unknown (Crichton)