Daily entries from the 17th century London diary
Wheatley footnoteThomas Crew, afterwards knighted, eldest son of John, afterwards Lord Crew, whom he succeeded in that title as second Lord. He died 1697.
Crew, John (1598-1679) 1st Baron Crew of Stene:
from L&M Companion, listing for "Crew. A leading parliamentarian and Presbyterian family...""...Thomas (c.1624-97), eldest son of the baron [John Crew, father of Sandwich's wife Jemima], was knighted in 1660, and succeeded to the barony in 1679. He was a strict Puritan, to judge by the wording of his will. He sat as M.P. for Northamptonshire 1656-8, and for Brackley in 1659 and 1679, but was not an active member. He had six daughters by his two marriages. Jack, a son by his first wife, died young.
1650 married Mary Townsenddaughters Anne and Temperance, son Jack (died young)
1674 married Anne Armine/Armynedaughters Jemima, Armine, Catherine, Elizabeth
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