- Author:Margaret Blundell
- Publisher:Day Books; Revised edition (November 1, 2002)
- Pages:288 pages
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It was not just the remoteness of West Lancashire - the marshy terrain was already being drained, and Nicholas Blundell of Crosby went easily on journeys to Oxford, London and Yorkshire, both alone and with his family. The social structure in that part of the country was such that he had easy relationships with local pastors of the Anglican church, and with many of his Catholic peers in the area.
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Nicholas Blundell, of Crosby (1669–1737), lord of the manor of Little Crosby was seated at Crosby Hall, Lancashire, and is best known for his diaries which provide a first-hand insight into the life of 18th-century English gentry. The eldest son and heir of William Blundell, also known as ‘the Cavalier’ (being a Knight of Malta) for his exploits during the English Civil War, Nicholas Blundell's notebook was first published in 1880 by the Revd
Author Blundell, Nicholas, 1669-1737. Categories: Nonfiction. Books by Blundell, Nicholas, 1669-1737: Crosby Records.
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Genealogy for Nicholas Blundell (1669 - 1737) family tree on Geni, with over 190 million profiles of ancestors and living relatives. Birth: 1669 - of Crosby Hall, Crosby, Lancashire, England. Parents: William Blundell, Mary Blundell (born Eyre). Wife: Frances Blundell (born Langdale). Daughter: Frances Peppard (born Blundell).
Nicholas Blundell of Little Crosby (1669–1737), Lord of the Manor of Little Crosby, Lancashire, is known for his diaries, which provide information on the life of the gentry in early 18th century England. Three volumes of Nicholas Blundell's diaries were produced by Frank Tyrer and J. J. Bagley and published by the Record Society of Lancashire & Cheshire from 1968 to 1972. The great diurnal of Nicholas Blundell volume 1 : 1702-1711; (1968).
Nicholas Blundell Blundell arms Nicholas Blundell, of Crosby (1669u ), lord of the manor of Little Crosby was seated at Crosby Hall, Lancashire, and is best known for his diaries which provide a first-hand insight into the life of 18th- century English gentry
Nicholas Blundell Blundell arms Nicholas Blundell, of Crosby (1669u ), lord of the manor of Little Crosby was seated at Crosby Hall, Lancashire, and is best known for his diaries which provide a first-hand insight into the life of 18th- century English gentry. Family The eldest son and heir of William Blundell, also.
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