'croft' can also refer to...


Croft, Admiral


Elizabeth Crofts (c. 1535—1610) impostor

Ernest Crofts (1847—1911) history painter

Freeman Wills Crofts (1879—1957) railway engineer and writer of detective stories

George Croft (1747—1809) Church of England clergyman and religious writer

George Crofts (c. 1503—1539) Roman Catholic ecclesiastic

Hall's Croft

Henry Page Croft (1881—1947) politician

Herbert Croft (1603—1691) bishop of Hereford

Hergest Croft Gardens

Janet B. Croft

John Croft (1833—1905) surgeon

John Croft (1732—1820) wine merchant and antiquary

(John) Michael Croft (1922—1986) founder and director of the National Youth Theatre

Julia Griffiths Crofts (c. 1821—1895)

Julian Croft (b. 1941)

(Noel) Andrew Cotton Croft (1906—1998) army officer and Arctic explorer

Peter R. Croft

Robert Croft Bourne (1888—1938) politician and oarsman

Seals And Crofts

Sir Herbert Croft (c. 1565—1629) administrator and landowner

Sir Herbert Croft (1751—1816) writer and lexicographer

Sir James Croft (c. 1518—1590) lord deputy of Ireland and conspirator

Sir Richard Croft (1430—1509) royal official

Sir Richard Croft (1762—1818) physician and man-midwife

Thomas Croft (c. 1435—1483) customs official, shipowner, and patron of Atlantic exploration

William Croft


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1 An enclosed piece of land by a dwelling.

2 In the Scottish Highlands and Islands, a smallholding centred on a cottage.

Subjects: History — Environmental Science.

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