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Richard 
Crawshay
1739 - 1810


Richard 
Crawshay
, He moved to Lodnon, apprenticed himself to an iron merchant and eventually became an Industrialist. South Wales ironmaster. He invited Robert raikes to visit Merthyr Tyfil to study the conditions people lived. As a result a Sunday school (the first) was established in Cyfartha.

Born: Normanton, Leics., , England 1739 Baptised: Normanton, Leics., , England 1st Oct 1739
Died: 27th Jun 1810Buried: , , , 1810
Family:
Crawshay

Ancestors
[ Patrilineage | Matrilineage | Earliest Ancestors | Force | Force2 | Options ]

1.
Richard 
Crawshay
(
Bourne
) 1739 - 1810
2.
3.

Siblings


1.
William 
Crawshay
1744 - 1745
2.
Suannah 
Crawshay
(
Bailey
) 1747 - 1812
3.
Elizabeth 
Crawshay
* 1747

Spouses



1. 1763
Mary 
Bourne
(
Crawshay
) + post 1770

Descendants
[ Options ]

a.
Mary 
Bourne
(
Crawshay
) + post 1770
1.
Anne 
Crawshay
2.
Elizabeth 
Crawshay
3.
William 
Crawshay
(
Couzens
) 1764 - 1834
3a. ?
3.1.
F/? 
Crawshay
3b.
3.2.
Richard 
Crawshay
(
Thompson
) * 1786 ...
3.3.
William 
Crawshay
(
Homfray
,
Thompson
) 1788 - 1867 ...
3.4.
Eliza 
Crawshay
c. 1790 - 1877
3c. ?
3.5.
George 
Crawshay
(
Dufaud
) 1794 - post 1871 ...
4.
Charlotte 
Crawshay
(
Hall
,
Hawkins
) + 1839
4a.
Benjamin 
Hall
(
Crawshay
) 1778 - 1817
4.1.
U/? 
Hall
4.2.
U/? 
Hall
4.3.
U/? 
Hall
4.4.
U/? 
Hall
4.5.
U/? 
Hall
4.6.
Henry  
Hall
post 1802 - 1822
4.7.
Benjamin 
Hall
(
Waddington
) 1802 - 1867 ...
Sources

Timeline


???Made a will (will)
1739Born Normanton, Leics., England
1st Oct 1739Baptised Normanton, Leics., England
1763Married
Mary 
Bourne
(
Crawshay
) + post 1770
27th Jun 1810Died
1810Buried
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