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William Milner Crowe (1846-1888)
William Milner Crowe (1846-1888)
1870 Married at St. Peter's, Eaton Square, London, to Evelina Latty. He is of 11, The Grove, Boltons, South Kensington.<ref>Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Monday 03 October 1870</ref>


1888 April 21st. Died. 'On the 21st April last, at Cregg, Nightingale-lane, Wandsworth Common, Surrey, William Milner Crowe, aged 41, great nephew of the late William Crowe, Esq., of Gonville House, Cambridge.'<ref>Cambridge Independent Press - Friday 11 May 1888</ref>
1888 April 21st. Died. 'On the 21st April last, at Cregg, Nightingale-lane, Wandsworth Common, Surrey, William Milner Crowe, aged 41, great nephew of the late William Crowe, Esq., of Gonville House, Cambridge.'<ref>Cambridge Independent Press - Friday 11 May 1888</ref>

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William Milner Crowe (1846-1888)

1870 Married at St. Peter's, Eaton Square, London, to Evelina Latty. He is of 11, The Grove, Boltons, South Kensington.[1]

1888 April 21st. Died. 'On the 21st April last, at Cregg, Nightingale-lane, Wandsworth Common, Surrey, William Milner Crowe, aged 41, great nephew of the late William Crowe, Esq., of Gonville House, Cambridge.'[2]


1888 Obituary [3]




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Sources of Information

  1. Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Monday 03 October 1870
  2. Cambridge Independent Press - Friday 11 May 1888
  3. 1888 Institution of Civil Engineers: Obituaries