Anne Crawford (Dame Pollok)
- Mursley, Buckinghamshire
- Reverend Cornelius Crawford, son of Lawrence Crawford, of
Jordanhill. Cornelius was a fellow at Baliol, Oxford, curate at Andover with
Foxcott, 1726; incumbent in Mursley, Buckinghamshire 1729; and Lamorran,
Cornwall, 1751-3. (3) He died 1753.
- She lived at 12 Queen Street until
about 1800 when she moved to 9 South Charlotte Street
- Religious views
- She was the daughter of a Church of England clergyman.
- Assessed taxes 1811
- Her house had 15 windows and a rental value of
£60. She had one male servant and paid armorial bearings tax. (4)
- Chapel connection
- 1814, funeral
- Sir Robert Pollok Baronet, of Pollok, grandson and heir of
the first baronet Robert Pollok, who succeeded to the baronetcy 1735 and died
1783 without male heirs. He was a cousin of Anne: his grandmother was Jean
Crawford, daughter of Cornelius Crawford of Jordanhill.
- Cornelia, died an infant in 1785.
- Registers of Charlotte Chapel (NAS CH12/3)
- Edinburgh Post Office Directory 1818
- London Magazine, vol 20 (1751) p.93
- Assessed taxes for the Burgh of Edinburgh year ending at Whitsunday 1811, National Archives of Scotland E327/51
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