Nicholas Blundell, of Crosby (1669–1737), lord of the manor of Little Crosby was seated at Crosby Hall, Lancashire, and is best known for his diaries which provide a first-hand insight into the life of 18th-century English gentry.

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  • Nicholas Blundell, of Crosby (1669–1737), lord of the manor of Little Crosby was seated at Crosby Hall, Lancashire, and is best known for his diaries which provide a first-hand insight into the life of 18th-century English gentry. (en)
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  • Nicholas Blundell, of Crosby (1669–1737), lord of the manor of Little Crosby was seated at Crosby Hall, Lancashire, and is best known for his diaries which provide a first-hand insight into the life of 18th-century English gentry. (en)
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