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Birth:1548
Death:July 18 1618
Name:Sir William Craven
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Text:"... trimmings; j SirWilliamCraven, a costume rendered ' familiar to us in portraits by Vandyke; and, j lastly, Wilkes, in the' Mayoral robes cov;ring *t Court dress of a hundred and lifty years not differing..."
Date:Nov 11 1889
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... London Wall and ty being tbe ancestor of the of SirWilliamCraven entered as a poor lad In a carrier's cart to become the father-in-law of a queen and founder of a line of earla Sir Thomma Foot lived..."
Date:Nov 17 1906
Publication:Ogden City, Utah, United States of America
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Text:"... printed. 1594. Sir John Spencer, “ the rich Spencer.” He kept his mayoralty at Crosby-place, Bishopsgate. 1609. Sir Thomas Campbell. The show revived by the King’s (James I.) order. 1611. SirWilliamCraven..."
Date:Nov 10 1856
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... A a of lie also will have tin Ion ami it finally the property weather from Ihn SirWilliamCraven I which will enable him lo only of whether sale lo lieure on on anil J O of I he de- Way back In In Craue..."
Date:July 24 1921
Publication:Fort Wayne, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... in 1503. Edward ,Osborne, eloth-worker, was Lord Mayor in 1502—he gave origin to the Dn^es oi Leeds, From SirWilliamCraven, merchant-tailor, mayor, in Ifill, sprung the Earl Craven. Lord Viscount Dudley..."
Date:Nov 15 1841
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... and who was Raised to tbe as baron and then aa Sacl far his services as a entertained in closing years Queen the widow of the last king of aa Bo- This lady was the daughter of and that who helii SirWilliam..."
Date:Oct 10 1919
Publication:Washington, District of Columbia, United States of America
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Text:"... of the company the business was transacted at the Bull Inn, in Bishopsgate, and that on removing to Leadenhall-street, a house, the property of Sir 'WilliamCraven, was taken at KWf. a year. In 1726 it was pulled..."
Date:Apr 5 1861
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... auiassnig wealth ! P’or iwn siicc’.'.:si\f Vfai'.-; he was elected ! lord mayor of l.iiiidon anil was granted i a knighthood. 'I'hus .SirWilliamCraven • bought Coomb Abl)ey in Vorkiiire, and ' th'Te his..."
Date:July 29 1921
Publication:Kansas City, Kansas, United States of America
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Text:"... was elected Lord Mayor of London granted a knight hood Thus SirWilliamCraven bought Abbey in Yorkshire and there his eldest son raised to the peerage In recognition of his services as a soldier entertained..."
Date:July 23 1921
Publication:Cedar Rapids, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... of Sir William purchased Combe In it was there that his eldest son and who was raised to the peerage for his service as a entertained Queen Elizabeth of daughter of James The who held SirWilliamCraven..."
Date:Nov 30 1916
Publication:Indianapolis, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... December 31, a.d. 1600; and in the year 1648, took the original East India House in Leadenhall Street, from the great Lord Craven, who was son of SirWilliamCraven, Lord Mayor in 1610. Jn this building..."
Date:July 18 1846
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... Anne is married, at tiic age of fourteen, to the Earl of Dorset. She has two children, girls, and is left a widow at the ago of twenty. John becomes page to SirWilliamCraven, and goes with him to fight..."
Date:Nov 28 1902
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... Gresham, a.d. 1^47; SirWilliamCraven, a.d. 1611 ; and John Wilkes, a.d. 1775. The remainder of the procession will be of the usual character, concluding with the Lord Mayor in the Stale carriage, attended..."
Date:Nov 9 1889
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... Whittington, a.d. 1397 ; Sir Edmund Shaw, A.D. 14801; Sir John Gresham, a.d. 1547 ; SirWilliamCraven, a.d. 1611; and John Wilkes, a.d. 1775 The remainder of the procession will be of the usual character..."
Date:Nov 1 1889
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... centuries— one for each century. They included Sir Henry FitzAIwyn (1190), Sir Gregory de Kokesby (1285), Sir Richard Whittington (1397), Sir Edmund Shaw (1480), Sir Thomas Gresham (1547), SirWilliamCraven..."
Date:Nov 16 1889
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... | Cistercian nuna:''rory established in j Warwickshire, fonnded t)y King Stephen. Henry VIII gave it, at the time of the Reformation, to tlit- Lari of Warwick. aiui it finally became the property of SirWilliam..."
Date:July 29 1921
Publication:Kansas City, Kansas, United States of America
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Text:"..., was Lord-Mayor io 1502—be gave origin to the Dnke of Leeds. From SirWilliamCraven, merehant-trilor, mayor in 1611, sprang Earl Craven. Lord Viscount Dudley and Ward is descended frem William Ward..."
Date:Nov 15 1841
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... SirWilliamCraven, merchant-tailor, mayor in IRll, sprung the Earl Craven. Lord Viscount Dudley and Ward is descended from William AVard, a wealthy goldsmith of ondon, and jeweller to Henrietta Maria..."
Date:Nov 13 1841
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... of Leeds. Lord Dorwer.—Micheel Dormer, mercer, Mayo? in 1343, produced the tatare Lords Dormer, EmWerw».—From SirWilliamCraven, merchant tailor. Mayor in 1611, sprung the Earls of Craven. yjsreviWIMisy..."
Date:May 1 1834
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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