Mary Crofts

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

Matilda Copperwheat Crofts

     Matilda Copperwheat Crofts was the daughter of Samuel Crofts and Matilda Copperwheat.

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.

Child of Samuel Crofts and Matilda Copperwheat

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

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

Ralph de Cromwell

(circa 1315 - before 28 October 1364)
     Ralph de Cromwell was born circa 1315. He was the son of Ralph de Cromwell and Joan de la Mare.
Ralph de Cromwell married Anice de Bellers, daughter of Roger de Bellers, before 1344.
     Ralph died before 28 October 1364. He was off Cromwell & West Hallam.

Child of Ralph de Cromwell and Anice de Bellers

Ralph de Cromwell

     Ralph de Cromwell was the son of Ralph de Cromwell.
Ralph de Cromwell, of Cromwell, Notts, West Hallam, co. Derby etc.
He held West Hallam, 1 fee, and Cromwell 1 fee, both of the Bishop of Lincoln: he held nothing of the King in chief, save of the inheritance of his second wife ... her purparty of Barrow-on-Soar, co. Leicester, and Campden, co. Gloucester
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Child of Ralph de Cromwell

Ralph de Cromwell 3rd Baron

(circa 1368 - 1417)
      He was summoned to Parliament from 19 Aug 1399 to 3 Sep 1417 by writ. Constable of Castle Rising 1404 till his death.. Ralph de Cromwell 3rd Baron was born circa 1368 in Tattershall, Lincolnshire, England. He was aged 30 at his father's death.. He was the son of Lord Ralph Cromwell (2nd Baron) and Maud Bernake.
Ralph de Cromwell 3rd Baron married Joan Unknown (Cromwell). He left issue..
     Ralph died in 1417.

Maud Cromwell

(before 1360 - )
     Maud Cromwell was born before 1360 in Tattershall, Lincolnshire, England. She was the daughter of Lord Ralph Cromwell (2nd Baron) and Maud Bernake.
Maud Cromwell married Sir William Fitzwilliam, son of Sir John Fitzwilliam and Elizabeth Clinton, before 1379. Maud Cromwell was listed in the household of Sir William Fitzwilliam paying tax in Sprotborough, Yorkshire, England, in 1379.

Lord Ralph Cromwell (2nd Baron)

(circa 1340 - 27 August 1398)
     Lord Ralph Cromwell (2nd Baron) was born circa 1340. He was the son of Ralph de Cromwell and Anice de Bellers.
Lord Ralph Cromwell (2nd Baron) married Maud Bernake, daughter of John Bernake and Joan Marmion, before 20 June 1366 in Lincolnshire. He married before 20 June 1366, Maud, sister & heir of William, and daughter of John Bernake of Tattershall afsd, by Joan, daughter & co-heir of John Marmion (Lord Marmion). By his wife's right he became lord of the manor of Tatshall, co. Lincoln, by lineal succession from the heirs female of Rpbert de Tatshall, sometime owner thereof, whereupon he fixed his chief residence there.
Ralph de Cromwell acquired with his wife the estate of Tattershall, Lincoln, livery being granted to them 18 Mar 1366/7, it having been in the King's hands owing to the death of Sir John de Kirketon.
He was summoned to Parliament from 28 Dec (1375) 49 Edw III to 6 Nov (1397) 21 Ric II, by writs directed Radulfo de Crombwell or Cromwell, whereby he is held to have become Lord Cromwell. In 10 Ric II (1386-7) he was a Banneret, and retained to served the King in the event of invasion.
     Ralph died on 27 August 1398 in Lincolnshire.

Children of Lord Ralph Cromwell (2nd Baron) and Maud Bernake

Jock McPherson Crook

(before 1930 - )
     Jock McPherson Crook was born before 1930.
Jock McPherson Crook married Sheila O'Rorke, daughter of Hugh Michael O'Rorke and Dorothy Elizabeth Dunbar, after September 1950. On 2 Sep 1950 the engagement was annouinced: O'RORKE—CROOK. — Sheila, younger daughter of Mr and Mrs H M O'Rorke, "Killigrew," Westmere, to Jock Macpherson, only son of Mrs. A. F Crook, 19 Widford street, Hawthorn, and the late Mr Roy Crook.

Annie Croot

(1894 - 1962)
     Annie Croot was born in 1894 in Yanac, Victoria.
Annie Croot married Thomas Bernard Colbert, son of John Colbert and Susan Jane Jarred, in 1922 in Victoria.
     Annie died in 1962 in Broughton, Victoria.

Child of Annie Croot

Gwendoline Annie Croot

(1911 - )
     Gwendoline Annie Croot was born in 1911 in Fitzroy North, Victoria. She was the daughter of Annie Croot. She was the daughter of Annie Croot.
Gwendoline Annie Croot married Ernest William Colbert, son of John Colbert and Susan Jane Jarred, in 1934 in Victoria.

Beatrice Cropper

(say 1895 - before 3 August 1977)
     Beatrice Cropper was born say 1895 in Liverpool, Lancashire. Her surname is possibly WILLINK.
Beatrice Cropper married Christopher Maude Chavasse, son of Bishop Francis James Chavasse and Edith Jane Maude, on 15 July 1919 in St Paul's, Prince's park, Liverpool, Lancashire.
     Beatrice died before 3 August 1977 in Oxfordshire?. Beatrice Chavasse, Widow of prominent Oxford Clergyman. Obituary. Oxford Mail, 3.8.1977. p.7 & 5.8.1977 p.2.

Child of Beatrice Cropper and Christopher Maude Chavasse

Dorothy Crosby

(circa 1674 - 31 December 1748)
     Dorothy Crosby was born circa 1674 in Suffolk, England.
Dorothy Crosby married Thomas Noble, son of John Noble and Frances Nunn, on 23 April 1704 in Ingham, Suffolk.
     In Thomas Noble's will in Gt Livermere, Dorothy Crosby was named as executrix of the estate; Extract of the will of Thomas Noble of Gt Livermere 1722: being weak & sick but of sound mind leave my house and land to my son Thomas and to my son John Noble the land which was John Nunns. My wife Dorothy to be my sole executor.
     Dorothy died on 31 December 1748 in Gt Livermere, Suffolk, England. South of the nave in Gt Livermere church: Dorothy wife of Thomas Noble, died 31st December 1748 aged 74 years.. She was buried on 2 January 1748/49 in Gt Livermere, Suffolk.

Children of Dorothy Crosby and Thomas Noble

Mary Crosby

(before 1800 - )
     Mary Crosby was born before 1800 in Suffolk, England.
Mary Crosby married John Cocksedge before 1814 in Suffolk. He was of Bury St Edmunds.

Children of Mary Crosby and John Cocksedge

Mary Crosley

     Mary Crosley married Richard Ryther, son of Richard Ryther and Ellen Fox, on 22 November 1618.

Children of Mary Crosley and Richard Ryther

Anne Mary Cross

(19 January 1803 - 4 May 1878)
     Anne Mary Cross was born on 19 January 1803 in London, England.
Anne Mary Cross married Henry Harding Parker, son of Richard Neville Parker and Margaret Skottowe, on 27 July 1829 in Port Macquarie, New South Wales. Henry Harding Parker, of this parish, bachelor & Anne Mary Cross of this parish, spinster by special licence, with consent of her parents, 27 July 1829, by me, John Cross, chaplain..
     Anne died on 4 May 1878 in Port Macquarie, New South Wales, aged 75.

Children of Anne Mary Cross and Henry Harding Parker

Eliza Jane Cross

(before April 1842 - )
     Eliza Jane Cross was born before April 1842 in St Martin in the Fields, Westminster, Middlesex, England. She was the eldest daughter of Robert Cross, Esq, MD, (of New St, Spring Gardens at her marriage).
Eliza Jane Cross married Thomas Bowker, son of Thomas Bowker J.P., Squire and Sarah Eagles Cowley, on 18 January 1865 in St Martin in the Fields, Westminster.
     Eliza Jane Cross and Thomas Bowker were recorded on the 1881 census in 28 Tregunter Road, Kensington. Thomas Bowker, head, aged 45, born Whittlesea, Cambridge, solicitor with his wife Eliza Jane, aged 39, born at St Martin's in the Fields, Middlesex and two servants.

Mary Cross

( - 30 May 1770)
     John Stanser married Mary Cross as his second wife, on 20 November 1760 in Aston, Yorkshire. Banns were called at Wales 4-18 Nov 1750 for John Stanser & Mary Cross.
     Mary was buried on 30 May 1770 in Wales, Yorkshire. Mary Stancer, wife of John Stancer, Taylor.