William Craven (Lord Mayor)
Sir William Craven (1548 – 18 July 1618) was an English merchant, Lord Mayor of London in 1610 (some sources say also in 1618). It has been suggested that the story of Dick Whittington is based on Craven's career, and he is sometime referred to as "Aptrick's Dick Whittington".

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John Burke, 1831
SIR WILLIAM CRAVEN, Knt, merchant-tay- lor, served the office of lord mayor of the city of London in 1611. He m. Elisabeth, daughter of William Whitmore, and had issue, William, his heir. John, created Lord Craven, of Ryton. Thomas, d.
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Fisher, Eden, and company, 1896
1600 Lord Mayor — Sir William Rider, Haberdashers' Company. Sheriffs — Thomas Smith, Thomas Cambell and William Craven. 1 601 Lord Mayor — Sir John Gerard, Haberdashers' Company. Sheriffs — Henry Anderson and William Glover ...
The Genealogy of the Existing British Peerage
The Genealogy of the Existing British Peerage
Edmund Lodge, 1832
2 William, whose son, Sir William Craven, Lord Mayor of London in 1611, left also three sons; William, 1st Lord; John, created Baron Craven of Ryton, which title became extinct on his death in 1630, and Thomas. William Craven, the eldest son ...
The peerage of England. 3 vols. [in 4. Sig. N6,7 of vol. 1, 3B1 of ...
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Arthur Collins, Baruch Longmate, 1779
THIS family was anciently seated at Appletree- wick in Craven, in the county of York, from whence they spread into several ... Craven, as hereafter mentioned ; and Sir William Craven, Knt. Sheriff of London in 1601, and Lord-Mayor anno 1611, ...
Debrett's Peerage of England, Scotland, and Ireland. revised, ...
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John Debrett, George William Collen, 1840
Sir William Craven, knt. lord mayor of London, 1611, left issue, William Craven, celebrated for his gallantry under Gustavus Adolphus, king of Sweden ; he was created baron Craven 1626, and earl of Craven, and viscount Uffington, 1664.
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It was William Craven, Baron of Hamstead Marshall, Viscount Uffington and Earl of Craven, who had the present day hunting lodge built at Ashdown in 1661 - 1662. Craven was a fascinating character largely overlooked by history.
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Ashdown House and the love story of William Craven, 1st Earl of Craven and Elizabeth Stuart, Queen of Bohemia, the Winter Queen | Author, Jane Lark's
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Hoydens & Firebrands: The Yorkshire “Dick Whittington” – Sir William Craven and the rise of the Craven Dynasty
Ashdown House ParterreThis week the hoydens are delighted to welcome back NICOLA CORNICK , USA Today best selling author with another installment in the Craven dynasty. Nicola has a close association with Ashdown House in Berkshire, the seat of the Craven family.
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Read about the St John ladies and the people whose lives they touched. (by Good Gentlewoman)
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Chapter 2 The editing of Jane Austen's maternal connections - the Leighs and Brydges “It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single man in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of a wife”. - Jane Austen in Pride and Prejudice (1813)1 “My idea of good company, Mr Elliot, is the company of clever, well-informed people, who have a great deal of conversation; that is what I call good company.
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Where in the World??: My Adventure Continues...
Now I have stayed in some pretty cool hotels, but this one takes the cake! Here is a breif history of the place, and by brief, I mean the past 1,859 years that it has been around. I will post more pictures later tonight.
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Burnsall Primary School | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
The school must be one of the oldest primary schools around. It was founded at the start of the seventeenth century with money provided by William Craven a local boy made good. Craven went to London on the Carrier's cart as a 14 year old and eventually became Lord Mayor in 1611.
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