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CROFT, obsolete. A little close adjoining to a dwelling-house, and enclosed for pasture or arable, or any particular use. Jacob's Law Dict.

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Bridesmaids/ flowergirls; Natasha Mclintock, daughter of bride, Vicky Coleman 33, Lucy Norton 33, and Alison Crofts, 35 Ushers/pageboys: Shaun Mclintock, brother of the bride, 18, and Andy McLintock, brother of bride and Joshua Crofts, son of bride and groom, three, Best man: Andrew Davies The reception: At the Sporting Lodge, Stainton for around 120 guests The honeymoon: Christchurch for four days.
Kelly and Steven Crofts pictured with the bride's father and his partner.
Mr Crofts was officially pronounced dead on September 11.
The hearing was told Mr Crofts had been at the Mathew Street Festival with his girlfriend Hayley Holmes, and the last anyone heard from either of them was a Blackberry message between 10.
We will find out overnight if it belongs to Robbie Crofts.
Mr Crofts, a dad-of-one, went missing hours after attending the first day of the Mathew Street festival last Sunday.
ANDREW CROFTS is relishing Norwich's trip to Chelsea - and a long-awaited reunion with former flatmate John Terry.
Demand for crofts has led to property "hot spots" around Stornoway, Inverness, Portree and Lerwick.
Crofts, the 31-year-old player of the season , last week announced that he was joining Cov's newly-promoted Premiership Two rivals Birmingham Solihull.
Ellen Crofts, 60, said she refused to accept fears 21-year-old Robbie Crofts was swept away by the waters which claimed the life of his new girlfriend.
Barry Crofts, 47, mounted a campaign of intimidation and harassment against the couple next door in the cul-de-sac of Penlon in Bagillt, Flintshire.