Sarah Crook

27 September 1829–
Inskip, Lancashire, England, United Kingdom

The Life of Sarah

When Sarah Crook was born on 27 September 1829, in Inskip, Lancashire, England, United Kingdom, her father, James Crook, was 26 and her mother, Nancy Ann Worthington, was 24. She lived in Toxteth Park St Michael, Lancashire, England, United Kingdom in 1841.

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Family Time Line

James Crook
1803–1878
Nancy Ann Worthington
1805–1864
Mary Ann Crook
1825–
Ellen Crook
1826–
John Crook
1827–
Thomas Crook
1828–1837
Sarah Crook
1829–
Richard Crook
1831–
James Crook
1832–
Elizabeth "Betsy" Crook
1833–1903
Worthington Crook
1834–
George Crook
1835–
Alice Crook
1837–
Margaret Crook
1837–
Jane Crook
1840–
Thomas Crook
1840–
William Crook
1841–
Worthington Crook
1843–1898
Maria Crook
1844–

Parents and Siblings

    James Crook

    Male1803–1878Male

    Nancy Ann Worthington

    Female1805–1864Female

siblings

(17)

    Mary Ann Crook

    Female1825–Female

    Ellen Crook

    Female1826–Female

    John Crook

    Male1827–Male

    Thomas Crook

    Male1828–1837Male

    Female1829–Female

+12 More Children

World Events (8)

1830

Age 1

Eclectic Period (Art and Antiques).
1842 · Mines and Collieries Act of 1842

Age 13

The Parliment of the United Kingdom passed the Mines and Collieries Act of 1842, mostly commonly known as the Mines Act of 1842. This act made it so that nobody under the age of ten could work in the mines and also females in general could not be employed.
1878 · Bacup Natural History Society

Age 49

The Bacup Natural History Society was established in 1878 in Lancashire. It holds a collection of over 4,000 photos, slides, and documents. It holds many different artifacts from military to fossils.

Name Meaning

English:1. from the Old Norse byname Krókr meaning ‘crook’, ‘bend’, originally possibly bestowed on a cripple or hunchback or a devious schemer, but in early medieval England used as a personal name. 2. from Old Norse krókr ‘hook’, ‘bend’, borrowed into Middle English as a vocabulary word and applied as a metonymic occupational name for a maker, seller, or user of hooks or a topographic name for someone who lived by a bend in a river or road. In some instances the surname may have arisen as a habitational name from places in Cumbria and Durham named Crook from this word.

Dictionary of American Family Names © Patrick Hanks 2003, 2006.

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Sources (3)

  • Sarah Crook in household of Rd Crook, "England and Wales Census, 1841"
  • Sarah Crook, "England and Wales Non-Conformist Record Indexes (RG4-8), 1588-1977"
  • Sarah Crook, "England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975"

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