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Francis and Edward Crow

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Francis Crow (1755-1835), a clockmaker, and his son Edward Crow, silversmith and historian, are commemorated by a plaque on 8 Market Place, Faversham, where they lived and worked. Edward, mayor in 1837, left writings about town buildings and about civic practice before the Municipal Corporations Act 1835. Research for the 2009 publication, as a CD, of Edward Crow's writings on Faversham history has established that he lived from 1784 to 1867, contrary to his dates on the plaque, which reflect a long-established confusion of the silversmith mayor with another local Edward Crow.

The plaque 

Francis and Edward Crow

Location of the plaque

Francis and Edward Crow 
The building in Market Place, Faversham, that was once home to historian Edward Crow