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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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Kelly and Steven pictured with the groom's parents Neil and Anne Crofts
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The inquest was told there were no suspicious circumstances surrounding Hayley's death and a post mortem on Robbie Crofts indicated the cause of his death was "consistent with drowning".
Her fully-clothed body was lying near a pair of trainers believed to belong to Mr Crofts.
At a press conference last Friday, his mum Ellen Crofts, 60, said: "We won't give up on you, Robbie - we love and miss you so very much.
There are more than 33,000 people living on 17,300 crofts in Scotland.
When a croft becomes available we are inundated with applicants.
Crofts said: "I am just happy that I can get on with playing my rugby, I am now looking forward to pre-season training and to the first game against Ulster on August 11.
Crofts oversees The Data Warehousing Institute, E-Gov, Federal Computer Week events, the U.
Crofts joined 101communications in December 1999 when he closed the sale of his company, The Data Warehousing Institute (TDWI), to 101.
As searches continued yesterday along the Wirral coast, with police deploying all available resources, Mrs Crofts spoke of her belief that her son is alive.
Crofts was also made the subject of a criminal ASBO under which hemust not approach his victims, Gordon and Julie McKenzie, for the next 10 years.