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The Crosfield Family : A history of the descendants of Thomas Crosfeld of Kirkby Lonsdale who died in 1614.

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The richly detailed history of a family from the Westmoreland/Lancashire/Yorkshire borders, deeply involved in the early Quaker movement and development of industry.

Red cloth, gilt; corners and spine ends bumped, slightly marked. Inscribed by author ("With many thanks for your help with this book") half-title reverse; otherwise internally unmarked. Copy No.151 of 400. xxix + 402pp; 12 pedigrees, b&w illus throughout. Also 20pp Addendum; cream card wraps, inscribed by author inside front wrap, otherwise unmarked.

1980

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Author(s):
Crosfield, John Fothergill
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
Folio - over 12 - 15" tall
Edition:
First Edition
Format:
Hardback
Publisher:
John Crosfield / University Press, Cambridge
Title:
The Crosfield Family : A history of the descendants of Thomas Crosfeld of Kirkby Lonsdale who died in 1614.

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The richly detailed history of a family from the Westmoreland/Lancashire/Yorkshire borders, deeply involved in the early Quaker movement and development of industry.

Red cloth, gilt; corners and spine ends bumped, slightly marked. Inscribed by author ("With many thanks for your help with this book") half-title reverse; otherwise internally unmarked. Copy No.151 of 400. xxix + 402pp; 12 pedigrees, b&w illus throughout. Also 20pp Addendum; cream card wraps, inscribed by author inside front wrap, otherwise unmarked.

1980

Author(s):
Crosfield, John Fothergill
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
Folio - over 12 - 15" tall
Edition:
First Edition
Format:
Hardback
Publisher:
John Crosfield / University Press, Cambridge
Title:
The Crosfield Family : A history of the descendants of Thomas Crosfeld of Kirkby Lonsdale who died in 1614.

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