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Crawford, Adairlocked

(1748–1795)
  • Claire L. Nutt

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Crawford, Adair (1748–1795), physician and chemist, son of Thomas Crawford (1695/6–1782), minister, and his wife, Anne, née Mackay, an aunt of Elizabeth Hamilton (1758–1816), was born in Crumlin, co. Antrim. William Crawford (1739/40–1800) was his brother. Crawford matriculated at Glasgow University in 1764 and went on to study theology, arts, and medicine. He became MA in 1770. During his studies in ...

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