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Encyclopedia > Thomas Musgrave

Thomas Musgrave was archbishop of York from 1847 to 1860.

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General history: Baronets | British History Online (1567 words)
Besides the coheiress of Stapleton, the Musgraves have married coheiresses of Ward and Cogan.
Musgrave of Hayton-castle, baronet of Nova Scotia, 1638.—The Musgraves of Hayton-castle, were descended from Nicholas, third son of Sir Thomas Musgrave, who married the coheiress of Stapleton: this Nicholas, who died in 1500, married the heiress of Colvill, of Hayton-castle, the representative of the Tilliols: his great-grandson was made baronet of Nova-Scotia, in 1638.
The Musgraves of Crookdake were descended from William, fourth son of Sir Thomas Musgrave, who married the coheiress of Stapleton; this William married a coheiress of Colvill alias Tilliol.
Musgrave, Bronaugh, Vernon County,Missouri (349 words)
Jerry tells that Joseph Henry Musgrave was born in Baylis, Illinois in 1876.
When Joseph Henry Musgrave died in 1941, Mary Musgrave and her husband, Walter McReynolds purchased the farm from the estate.
Ivan Musgrave was killed by a lightning strike in 1935.
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