Definition of Cromack
1. crummock [n -S] - See also: crummock
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Literary usage of Cromack
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Ohio Circuit Court Reports: New Series. Cases Adjudged in the Circuit Courts by Ohio Circuit Courts (1918)
"Descendants of Joseph C. cromack, surviving husband of Caroline B. cromack, ... Descendants of the brothers and sisters of Caroline B. cromack, deceased. d. ..."
2. Reports of Cases Before the High Court and Circuit Courts of Justiciary in by Scotland High Court of Justiciary, John Shaw (1853)
"Supposing a vessel half a mile west and Others! of cromack Point, ... If a vessel was half a mile from cromack Point, a course direct north would clear her ..."
3. A Digest of the Nisi Prius Reports: With Notes and References, and Some by James Manning, Great Britain Courts (1823)
"The defendant had taken the goods under a fi. fa. against T. cromack, the father of plaintiff, The question in the cause was, whether a bill of sale of ..."
4. Through Airedale from Goole to Malham by Harry Speight (1891)
"cromack, son of John and Mary cromack, of Idle. who departed this life the 25th ... Also Elizabeth cromack, the mother of John cromack, who died Jane 4th, ..."
5. History of Worcester, Massachusetts: From Its Earliest Settlement to by William Lincoln, Charles Hersey (1862)
"JC cromack was appointed in his stead ; under the labors of Mr. cromack the ... In August following Mr. cromack volunteered and was accepted as Chaplain to ..."