Charlotte Crick

(24 December 1815 - )
     Charlotte Crick was christened on 24 December 1815 in Cockfield, Suffolk.
     Charlotte Crick married George Cocksedge, son of James Cocksedge and Rebecca Crick, on 9 March 1834 in Cockfield, Suffolk. Which George? The one baptised in 1812, son of James & Rebecca (Crick) seems most likely.
     Charlotte Crick and George Cocksedge appeared on the 1841 census in Cockfield. George 29, ag. lab, Charlotte, 25 & Henry 6, all born in the county.

Child of Charlotte Crick and George Cocksedge

Dannah Crick

(circa 1836 - )
     Dannah Crick was born circa 1836 in Cockfield, Suffolk.
     Dannah Crick married Emma Cocksedge, daughter of James Cocksedge and Susan Scott, on 4 December 1857 in Cockfield, Suffolk.
     Dannah Crick and Emma Cocksedge appeared on the 1871 census in Cockfield. Dannah Crick, 35, ag. lab. with his wife Emma aged 36, both born at Cockfield; mother Susan Cocksedge, widow, born Rattlesden, and son William Cocksedge, aged 20, born Cockfield.
     Dannah Crick and Emma Cocksedge appeared on the 1881 census in Hundredstone Cottage, Thorpe Morieux, Suffolk. Dannah Crick, married 44, born Cockfield, Emma Crick, 44, wife born Cockfield, Emma E Cocksedge, niece, aged 10 born Clonmel, Ireland & Kate Osborn 17.

Hannah Crick

(circa 1827 - before 11 February 1864)
     Hannah Crick was born circa 1827 in Cockfield, Suffolk.
     Hannah Crick married Abraham Cocksedge, son of Zachariah Cocksedge and Phillipa Robinson, on 22 April 1848 in Cockfield, Suffolk.
     Hannah Crick was recorded on the 1851 census in the West Suffolk Hospital, Bury St Edmunds. Hannah Cocksedge, aged 24, labourer's wife, born at Cockfield, was an in-patient. She was widowed before 27 November 1856 on the death of her husband Abraham Cocksedge.
     Hannah Cocksedge married Thomas James Cocksedge, son of James Cocksedge and Susan Scott, on 7 November 1857 in Cockfield, Suffolk.
     Hannah Crick and Thomas James Cocksedge appeared on the 1861 census in Cockfield. Thomas Cocksedge, aged 24, ag. labourer, with his wife Hannah aged 34, both born Cockfield.
     Hannah died before 11 February 1864 in Cockfield, Suffolk. She was buried on 11 February 1864 in Cockfield.

James Crick

(9 December 1832? - )
     James Crick was christened on 9 December 1832? In Cockfield, Suffolk.
     James Crick married Mary Ann Cocksedge, daughter of Zachariah Cocksedge and Phillipa Robinson, on 7 October 1853 in Cockfield, Suffolk.

Martha Crick

(say 1670 - )
     Martha Crick was born say 1670.
     Martha Crick married Benjamin Batt, son of John Batt and Dorothy Sturgen, in 1723 in Bury St Edmunds, St Mary, Suffolk.

Children of Martha Crick and Benjamin Batt

Rebecca Crick

(circa 1785 - before 11 June 1863)
     Rebecca Crick was born circa 1785 in Stansfield or Cockfield, Suffolk. She was aged 66 in 1851, 78 in 1861 (born Cockfield) but 89 at her death in June 1863.
     Rebecca Crick married James Cocksedge, son of Thomas Cocksedge and Rebecca Brewster, on 23 May 1809 in Cockfield, Suffolk.
     Rebecca Crick and James Cocksedge were recorded on the 1851 census in Cockfield. James Cocksedge, born Suffolk, aged 67, ag. labourer, with his wife Rebecca aged 66, born Stansfield.
     Rebecca Crick and James Cocksedge appeared on the 1861 census in Great Green, Cockfield. James Cocksedge, 76, ag. labourer, born Stansfield with his wife Rebecca, aged 78 born Cockfield.
     Rebecca died before 11 June 1863 in Cockfield, Suffolk. She was buried on 11 June 1863 in St Peter, Cockfield. Rebecca Cocksedge aged 89.

Children of Rebecca Crick and James Cocksedge

William Crick

(14 October 1821? - )
     William Crick was christened on 14 October 1821? In Cockfield, Suffolk.
     William Crick married Harriet Cocksedge, daughter of James Cocksedge and Rebecca Crick, on 16 December 1840 in Cockfield, Suffolk.

John Crisp

     John Crisp married Rose Cocksedge, daughter of Thomas Cocksedge and Rebecca Brewster, between 1792 and 1793 in Hartest, Suffolk.

Mary Crispin

     Mary Crispin married Richard Ruby on 9 January 1804 in Devonport, Stoke Damerel, Devon. Richard Ruby, boatswain of HMS La Resolue & Mary Crispin fo this parish, widow were married by banns. He signed in the presence of ... John Skelton?.

Lydia Crockford

(22 September 1861 - June 1895)
     Lydia Crockford was christened on 22 September 1861 in Knightwick, Worcestershire. She was the daughter of William & Mary.
     The marriage of Lydia Crockford and John Bullett, son of William Bullett and Mary Ann Burgess? (Symonds), was registered in Kings Norton RD, in the December 1879 quarter. George Bullett & Lydia Crockford (original not sighted but indexed as George not John).
     Lydia Crockford and John Bullett appeared on the 1881 census in Burrish St, Droitwich, Worcestershire. John Bullett 21, grocer, born Elmswell, Suffolk; his wife Lydia Bullett 20, born Knighton, Worcs, and daughter Mary L Bullett aged 6 weeks, born Claines, Worcs.
     Lydia Crockford and John Bullett appeared on the 1891 census in High St, Droitwich, Worcestershire. John Bullett 30, groom, born Sufolk, his wife Lydia Bullett 29, born Knightwick, Worcs, Mary L Bullett 11 born Claines, Agnes L Bullett 9, Beatrice F Bullett 6, born Droitwich; John W Bullett 3, Harry Bullett 2, Norman H Bullett 6/12 all born at Droitwich (the birth places are misaligned in the census entry).
     Lydia's death was registered in the quarter ending in June 1895 in Halifax RD, Yorkshire.

Children of Lydia Crockford and John Bullett

Oliver Crofton

     Oliver Crofton was born. He was the youngest son of Sir Edward Crofton, Bart. He survived his widow..
     Oliver Crofton married Catherine Armstrong, daughter of Thomas Armstrong and Grissel Beatty.

Child of Oliver Crofton and Catherine Armstrong

Sir Oliver Crofton

     Sir Oliver Crofton was the son of Oliver Crofton and Catherine Armstrong.

Cecilia Crofts

( - 1 January 1637/38)
     Cecilia Crofts was born. She was the daughter of Sir John Crofts of Saxham, Suffolk, Kt. and his wife Mary, daughter of Sir Thomas Shirley.
     Cecilia Crofts married Thomas Killigrew, son of Sir Robert Killigrew and Mary Woodhouse, on 29 June 1636 in Oatlands, Sussex.
     Cecilia died on 1 January 1637/38. She was buried on 5 January 1637/38 in Westminster Abbey, London. Mrs Cicely, wife of Mr Thomas Killigrew, in the church.

Child of Cecilia Crofts and Thomas Killigrew

Edward Crofts

(14 January 1609/10 - )
     Edward Crofts was christened on 14 January 1609/10 in Lt Welnetham, Suffolk. He was the son of John Crofts.
     Edward Crofts married Margaret Unknown (Crofts) in 1636 in Timworth, Suffolk.
     Edward Crofts was named in the militia list taken in January 1638 in Timworth, Suffolk.

Child of Edward Crofts and Margaret Unknown (Crofts)

John Crofts

(before 1590 - )
     John Crofts was born before 1590 in Suffolk, England.

Child of John Crofts

Margery Crofts

(24 December 1643 - before 24 January 1720/21)
     Margery Crofts was christened on 24 December 1643 in Timworth, Suffolk. She was the daughter of Edward Crofts and Margaret Unknown (Crofts).
     Margery Crofts married John Cocksedge, son of John Cocksedge, on 4 October 1666 in Rushbrooke, Suffolk. John Cocksedge of Rougham & Margery Crofts of Rushbrooke, both single. Banns.
     In Margery Crofts's will dated 20 December 1693 in Rougham, Suffolk, Margery Crofts was named as executrix of the estate; His will mentions his wife Margery and his six children John, Thomas, Mary, Robert, Peter & Joseph and his cousin William Cocksedge of Rougham.
In the name of God amen I John Cocksedge of Rougham Sfk yeoman being unsound in body by reason of old age but otherwise in good health and of perfect mind and memory blessed be God do make and ordain this my last will and testament this twentieth day of December in the fifth year of the reign of our Sov. lord and Lady King William and Queen Mary over England Scotland France & Ireland Defenders of the Faith ... and in the year of our Lord 1693. First I commend my soul unto the hands of Almighty God my maker in the moderation of Jesus Christ my blessed saviour and redeemer my body I committ to the earth to be decently buried and for my wordly estate I dispose thereof as followeth:
ITEM I give unto my son John Cocksedge the house where I now dwell with the home sitting thereunto adjoining conteyning six acres more or less for terme of his life and after his decease to the heirs of his body lawfully begotten for ever
ITEM I give unto Margery my loving wife the tenement where my son John Cocksedge now dwells during her natural life and after her decease to my son John Cocksedge and to the heirs of the his body lawfully begotten for ever
ITEM I give and devise unto Margery my wife the inclosed piece of land lying in Easty Feild by London Road containing three acres more or less and I give unto Margery my wife three other acres of land lying in Easty Feild more or less during her natural life and after the decease of the said Margery I give the six acres of land to be sold and the money for which the said land is sold to be equally divided among these my children here named Thomas Cocksedge Mary Cocksedge Robert Cocksedge William Cocksedge Peter Cocksedge Joseph Cocksedge excepting my daughter Mary Cocksedge and to her I give five pounds of lawfull English money more than to any of my other children out of that money the land shall be sold for. If any of these my children dye before the money be payable then I bequeath their portion or parts to the survivors and I request my cosen William Cocksedge of Rougham to assist my children in the sale of this land
Further my will and meaning is that if the said Margery my wife shall happen to marry again or to be marryed to any man after my decease then and in such case the six acres of land more or less lying in or nigh Easty Feild and in this my will before mentioned I give and devise the said six acres of land after such the second marriage to be forthwith sold and the money to be disposed of after the same manner to those my six children in this my will before mentioned and my desire is if my son John Cocksedge can or will purchase the said six acres of land that he may have it as cheap or cheaper than any other person all the rest and residue of my goods & chattels Cowes Houses and all manner of Household stuffe whatsoever I doe hereby give and devise unto Margery my wife for the payment of my debts funerall charges and performance of this my will which said Margery my wife I make constitute and appoint Executor of my last will and testament In Witness whereof I have hereunto sett my hand and seale the marke of John Cocksedge published sealed and subscribed for my last will and testament in the presence of Geo Turner Richard Noble the marks of Thomazin Noble.
She was an executor of John Cocksedge's estate on 9 April 1697 in Sudbury.
     Margery died before 24 January 1720/21 in Rougham, Suffolk. She was buried on 24 January 1720/21 in Rougham.

Children of Margery Crofts and John Cocksedge

Mary Crofts

     Mary Crofts married Robert Mothersole, son of John Mothersole and Catherine Dandy, on 10 December 1762 in Hessett, Suffolk.

Samuel Crofts

     Samuel Crofts married Matilda Copperwheat, daughter of William Copperwheat and Isabella Lamsdill, on 21 July 1849 in St Leonard, Shoreditch, Middlesex. He was a carver?, son of Frederick John Crofts, she was the daughter of William Copperwheat, wheelwright. They were both of full age and living in George Street. Both signed in the presence of J J & Alice Hurst. They are presumed to be the parents of Matilda Copperwheat Crofts baptised 11Mmay 1857 at Burnham, Buckinghamshire, but she seems a little old.

Claude Victor Crombie

(circa 1886 - )
     Claude Victor Crombie was born circa 1886 in York?, Yorkshire, England. He was the son of George Crombie and Annie Watson and aged 27 in May 1911.
     Claude was educated from from 1896 to 1902 at St Peter's School, York, England. He left at Easter 1902 when he was 16 years of age. The school has information about him spending much time in Canada, playing rugby football, and joining the Canadian Expeditionary Force in September 1914.
     Claude Victor Crombie married Katharine Margaret Dempster, daughter of William Arnold Dempster and Mary Chipman Rounsefell, on 10 May 1911 in St James, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Family members relate that Claude married Catherine Dempster against her mother's wishes. They eloped and married in Vancouver, departing immediately for San Francisco. Catherine's step-father, Arthur Haine, promptly followed them. He left San Francisco on 16 May with Catherine, returning her to the family farm at Dewdney, BC, arriving there on 19 May 1911. Arthur Haine quickly had the marriage annulled, but Catherine was already pregnant. The family moved to Kamloops, BC before the end of 1911, and that is where Claude's son was born.

Child of Claude Victor Crombie and Katharine Margaret Dempster

Patrick C Ethelbert Crombie

(1912 - 23 July 1990)
     Patrick C Ethelbert Crombie was born in 1912 in Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada. He was the son of Claude Victor Crombie and Katharine Margaret Dempster.
     Patrick died on 23 July 1990 in Mission, British Columbia, Canada.

Elizabeth Cromer (Lovelace)

     Elizabeth Cromer (Lovelace) married Sir William Finch. She was the widow of Sir Richard Lovelace.. Elizabeth Cromer (Lovelace) was born in Tunstall, Kent, England. She was the daughter of Sir James Cromer.

Child of Elizabeth Cromer (Lovelace) and Sir William Finch

Sir James Cromer

     Sir James Cromer was born in Kent, England.
     He was of Tunstall, Kent..

Child of Sir James Cromer

Elkanah Crompton

(6 March 1728/29 - 1756?)
     Elkanah Crompton was christened on 6 March 1728/29 in All Saints, Derby, Derbyshire. He was the son of Samuel Crompton and Martha Rich.
     Elkanah died in 1756?.

Samuel Crompton

(28 June 1679 - 18 April 1757)
     Samuel Crompton was born on 28 June 1679 in Derby, Derbyshire. He was the son of Abraham Crompton (1649?-1724) and Elizabeth Bourne (1653-1690), For more information on this family see: http://www.jjhc.info/cromptonsamuel1757.htm. He was christened on 6 July 1679 in Derby.
     Samuel Crompton married Ann Rodes, daughter of William Rodes and Mary Wilson, on 3 April 1710 in Yorkshire.
     Samuel Crompton married secondly Martha Rich on 18 January 1728. Martha remarried Samuel Crompton, a banker (the husband of her first husband's sister Ann) 18 Jan 1728. Ann Rodes/Crompton died 16 May 1724, buried in Aldermandbury church, London.
     Lease and release: 1. Aymor Rich of Bulhouse in the Parish of Penistone, esq Samuel Crompton of Derby, esq and Martha his wife 2. John Spencer of Cannon Hall, esq. Property: 2 messuages called the Abbey, with closes called Wharley Field, Upper Donffin, Nether Donffin, Upper Hall Royd, Nether Hall Royd, Great Lee, Little Lee, Hanging Croft, Well Ing, Storth, High Owler Ing, New Lands, Lower Close, Little Close, Upper Cross Field and Nether Cross Field, in Shepley. 9-10 Oct 1728.
     Samuel died on 18 April 1757 in Derby, Derbyshire, aged 77. Dickenson's Northowram register reports: Mr Saml Crompton of Darby died in the small pox, July 18. He was buried in All Saints, Derby.

Child of Samuel Crompton and Martha Rich

Haldane de Cromwell

     Haldane de Cromwell was living temp Henry II.

Child of Haldane de Cromwell

Hugh de Cromwell

     Hugh de Cromwell was the son of Haldane de Cromwell.

Child of Hugh de Cromwell

Ralph de Cromwell

     Ralph de Cromwell was born in England. He was the son of Hugh de Cromwell.

Child of Ralph de Cromwell

Ralph de Cromwell

( - before 18 September 1289)
     Ralph de Cromwell was the son of Ralph de Cromwell.
     Ralph de Cromwell married secondly Margaret de Somery (Bassett) before 26 January 1270/71.
     Ralph de Cromwell served in the military in the Army between 1276 and 1283. He was with the King in the Army of Wales, 10 Edw I, and was summonded for Military service from 12 Dec (1276) 5 Edw I to 14 Mar (1282/3) II Edw I, by writs directed Radulfo de Crumwell, Crumbwell, or Crumbewell.
     Ralph died before 18 September 1289 in England.

Child of Ralph de Cromwell and Margaret de Somery (Bassett)

Ralph de Cromwell

( - before 2 March 1298/99)
     Ralph de Cromwell was the son of Ralph de Cromwell and Margaret de Somery (Bassett).
     Leo Van de pas suggests: Richardson, in his Merlay-Somerville-Griffith line, gives
Isabel de Merlay, married before 7 May 1275 Robert de Somerville and two children are mentioned :
1.Philip de Somerville
2.Joan de Somerville, married Ralph de Cromwell, knt, Lineal ancestors of Ralph Cromwell, 1st Lord Cromwell

CP doesn't seem to record any of the Cromwells as knight. Joan Somerville seems to have married the Ralph de Cromwell who died before 2 March 1298/99.
This Ralph was born after "before 26 January 1270/71" and died about 28 years old.
Joan de Somerville's parents married "before 7 May 1275" which is about 23 years before Joan's husband died. This makes Joan a very young widow.
As CP does not give a wife to Ralph de Cromwell who died before 2 March 1298/99, what would be the source for making this Joan de Somerville the wife of _that_ Ralph?
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     Ralph died before 2 March 1298/99.
     Ralph de Cromwell was the subject of an Inquisition Post Mortem held on 2 March 1298/99.

Child of Ralph de Cromwell

Ralph de Cromwell

(before March 1292 - )
     Ralph de Cromwell was born before March 1292 in England. He was the son of Ralph de Cromwell. Ralph de Cromwell was the heir of Ralph de Cromwell at the Inquisition Post Mortem held on 2 March 1298/99.
     Ralph de Cromwell married Joan de la Mare.

Child of Ralph de Cromwell and Joan de la Mare