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  • Robert Croke, MP (c.1636 - 1671)
    Family and Education b. c.1636, 1st s. of Sir Robert Croke (d.1681), clerk of the pipe, of Hampton Poyle, Oxon. by Susanna, da. and coh. of Sir Peter Van Lore, 1st Bt., of Tilehurst, Berks. educ. Queen...
  • George Musgrave, MP (c.1740 - 1824)
    Family and Education b. ?1740, 2nd s. of George Musgrave, storekeeper of the Ordnance at Chatham (and gd.-s. of Sir Christopher Musgrave, 4th Bt., M.P., of Edenhall, Cumb.), by Sarah, da. of Benjamin R...
  • George Musgrave (deceased)
  • Esther Griffith (deceased)
    Members of the Upper Grange Friends Meeting House at Charlemont near Moy in Northern Ireland I from the 1650's until about 1800.
  • Sir Thomas Musgrave, of Ryall (c.1432 - 1482)
    Ref# Durham Cathedral Library Surtees Manuscripts H.R. Leighton's pedigrees, f.75 Musgrave of Ryhill pedigreeSources# The Lineage and Ancestry of H.R.H. Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, Edinburgh, 1977...

To build a single, validated and documented shared family tree for the Musgrove/Musgrave family, from earliest origins to near modern times, c. 1900 AD

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Additional reading

  • The baronetage of England: or The History of the English baronets ..., Volume 1 By William Betham
  • Anthony Musgrave

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Is it Scotland or England The earliest Musgraves lived on the English-Scottish border. According to Wikpedia ( &, Westmorland was a part of Scotland until 1092, when conquered by William II. It had been historically associated with the Kingdom of Strathclyde. Briefly, it returned to Scottish control from 1135-1157 when, upon the death of Henry I, King David I of Scotland reclaimed several border counties.In 1157 Henry II of England resumed possession of the area from Malcolm IV of Scotland, and formed two new counties from the former earldom: Westmorland and "Carliol". To get the correct country, there are just a few dates to remember -- Before 1092 - Scotland 1135-1157 - Scotland Anything else ancient- England Modern times - Great Britain or United Kingdom

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