Sir Claude Champion de Crespigny

Standard Name: Champion de Crespigny, Sir Claude


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Family and Intimate relationships Mary, Lady Champion de Crespigny
Mary Clarke , aged sixteen, was married at St Giles, Camberwell, to Claude Champion de Crespigny , an Admiralty official who later became a baronet.
Crawford, Elizabeth. “Posts tagged Mariana Starke”. Woman and her Sphere.
2 November 2012
Blanch, William Harnett. Ye Parish of Camerwell. A Brief Account of the Parish of Camberwell. E. W. Allen, 1875.
Family and Intimate relationships Mary, Lady Champion de Crespigny
Claude Champion de Crespigny was created a baronet; his wife became Lady Champion de Crespigny .
Burke, John, editor. Burke’s Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Peerage, Baronetage, and Knightage of the United Kingdom. Burke’s Peerage.
Leisure and Society Mary, Lady Champion de Crespigny
Mary Champion de Crespigny and her husband gave a fête champetre at Champion Lodge, for an assemblage of about 500 noble and distinguished persons,
Ietros,. “Fête Champêtre given by Mr. and Mrs. Crespigny, on the 23d of June last, at Champion Lodge, Camberwell”. Gentleman’s Magazine, pp. 621 - 2.
Gentleman’s Magazine. Various publishers.
74: 2 (July 1804): 621
including the Prince of Wales


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