Crackanthorpe

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Found 4 records in Westmorland Church Notes.

Newbiggin Over the Entrance from the Chapel into the Church are the Arms of Mr. Crackanthorpe, i.e., or, chevron between 3 mullets pierced az. (Dugdale does not pierce the mullets). (Westm. Visit. 1664, Coll. Arms, C. 39, 4 born )


Newbiggin Over the Entrance from the Chapel into the Church are the Arms of Mr. Crackanthorpe, i.e., or, chevron between 3 mullets pierced az. (Dugdale does not pierce the mullets). (Westm. Visit. 1664, Coll. Arms, C. 39, 4 born )


Newbiggin (In. Niche in S. chancel wall with floral cross on flag in front). This place is assigned here as you see, For the patron of the Church interred to be. Arms of Crackanthorpe.


Newbiggin (In. S. over above niche, brass on marble). In memory of William Crackanthorpe of Newbiggin Hall, Esq., Who in the years. 1854 rebuilt this Church. The high example of his long blameless life, His wise benevolence and rare force of character Won for him throughout the Counties of Westmorland and Cumberland The love and respect of all conditions of men Without distinction of Creed or Party. B. 25 February 1790 died 10 January 1888. (The late Mr. Crackanthorpe is interred in the chancel).