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Crowe, Sir Sackville, first baronetlocked

(c. 1600–1683)
  • Robert Ashton

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Crowe, Sir Sackville, first baronet (c. 1600–1683), entrepreneur and diplomat, was the son of William Crowe of Socketts in Kent and his wife, Anne, daughter of John Sackville of Sussex. He owed the rise of his fortunes in the 1620s to the patronage of ...

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Historical Manuscripts Commission
Bulletin of the Institute of Historical Research
R. Brown, H. F. Brown, & A. B. Hinds, eds., (1864–1947)
National Archives of the United Kingdom, Public Record Office, London