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Birth:1530
Death:1611
Name:Sir Francis Carew
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Text:"... of the wicked Contrivance of Blackhead and Robert a performance written by his long before Atterbury was advanced to the The volume contains in we arc of the Harleian A CURIOUS HORTICULTURAL SirFrancisCarew had..."
Date:Mar 1 1793
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... flower ! may I, like thee, When the grave’s long sleep is o'er, From the cold earth gloriously Rise and live for evermore. James Gilbornb Lyon’s. A Curious Horticultural Anecdote.—SirFrancisCarew, at his..."
Date:Nov 4 1832
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... by Gibson in his to who states that the orange trees at ton in Surrey brought from Italy by SirFrancisCarew were the first that ever and that when he Gibson trees had been growing at for more than a hundred..."
Date:July 31 1880
Publication:Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
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Text:"... roots in a deed been sown In grown in Imported by Walter Raleigh anil raised by his relative SirFrancisCarew at In Surrey trees lived and nourished for many but were finally killed by the great frosti I..."
Date:Jan 11 1908
Publication:Cedar Rapids, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... of the retard ing of fruiting is told by Sir Hugh Platt in the early days of English hus bandry SirFrancisCarew it is said wishing to surprise Queen Elizabeth by a cherrytree in full fruit a month past time..."
Date:Apr 10 1884
Publication:Waterloo, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... to the hip four or five buttons of carved brown wood the tunic and be- ripet Whereby the talo of SirFrancisCarew who the ing of his tree until a month after the end of the season in order that tue cherries..."
Date:Oct 31 1924
Publication:Kingston, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... This was bid out by SirFrancisCarew in the reign Of Queen He it with choice in which rhe great and expence in foreign The orange England are faid to have planted by Aubrey they were brought by Sir Francis from..."
Date:Aug 1 1796
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
A General History of the Kemp and Kempe Families of Great Britain
Text:"... Elianor, daughter and was coheir of Henry Carew, brother to Wy oud Carew, whose family long had property here. m SirFrancisCarew in 1592 directed by Her Majesty to hold inquisition of the property..."
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Throckmorton Family History: Being the Record of the Throckmortons in the United States of America With Cognate Branches, Element Ancestors Located at Salem, Massachusetts, 1630, and in Gloucester County, Virginia, 1660
Text:"..., was 1st wife of Richard, Lord Dacre of Chevening, in Kent. 2. Sir Nicholas, the youngest son, was knighted 10 June, 1603, and adopted by his uncle, SirFrancisCarew, of Beddington, and took the name..."
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A Genealogical and Historical Account of the Throckmorton Family in England and the United States
Text:"... to on Carew, the tomb of SirFrancis erected by Sir Nicholas is Francis of interest. The fo llowing is the descriptio n : "On south side of the south ai l the burying place of the Care w s is a the e..."
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A Genealogical and Historical Account of the Throckmorton Family in England and the United States
Text:"... in Surrey, Knight of the Garter, Master of the Horse to King Henry VIII, attainted and beheaded; eventually heiress to her brother, SirFrancisCarew of Beddington; and by her, who survived him, had issue..."
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Brights of Suffolk, England, Represented in America By the Descendants of Henry Bright, Jun., Who Came To New England in 1630, And Settled in Watertown, Mass
Text:"... relates to the ster, who left it to John, his brother and now (1805) it belongs to County of Norfolk." It states, that, Mr. Underwood, of London." first year of her reign, granted it to SirFrancis..."
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