Crawford Ancient

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8oz 100% Pure new Wool 54 " wide
This fabric is used to make clothing as well as many light household items


This surname is derived from the Barony of Crawford in Lanarkshire and the earliest reference to it appears during the reign of William the Lion. In the earlier part of the 13th century, Margaret Crawford, daughter of Sir Hugh Crawford, Sheriff of Ayr, married Sir Malcolm Wallace of Elderslie and became the mother of Sir William Wallace, His cousin, Sir Reginald Cranford, was among the first nobles to support his cause and remained with him in all his struggles. On Wallace’s death, he joined with Robert the Bruce, but was executed for his patriotism in 1307. In 1398, Sir David Lindsay became the first Earl of Crawford. Other leading families of the name are the Crawfords of Kerse, and the Crawfurds of Crawfurdland and of Kilbirnie

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