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Thomas CRISSOPP
Sarah CROMBLE-HOLME
Husband:  Thomas CRISSOP / CRISSOPP / CRESAP
Birth:  1668, The Headrow, Leeds, Yorkshire [now West Yorkshire]
Death:  bef. 21 May 1700
Marriage:  16 Apr 1691, Leeds Parish, Yorkshire [now West Yorkshire]
Wife:  Sarah CROMBLE-HOLME
Birth:  ca. 1772
Death:  bef. 25 Feb 1733
Father:  Mathew CROMBLE-HOLME (<1620-1685) Richard3, William2, Richard1 of Lancashire
Children:
1.  Thomas CRESAP, b. ca. 1694, Skipton-in-Craven, Yorkshire [now Skipton, Craven Dist., North Yorkshire]
2.  Robert CRESAP; d. England; m. Ms. __?__; issue: Jane CRESAP, d. England
3.  Ann CRESAP; d. England
Keywords for search engines:  genealogy; UK, United Kingdom, ENG, England, YKS, Yorks, LAN, Lancs

Sources (n.b., North Yorkshire and West Yorkshire were formed in 1974 from Yorkshire):

1.  George Denison Lumg, ed.  1901.  "The Registers of the Parish Church of Leeds from 1667 to 1695: Seventh and Eighth Books."  Publications of the Thoresby Society (Leeds), Vol. X, 435 pp. (online at GoogleBooks):
p. 285 LEEDS PARISH REGISTERS.  MARRIAGES.
1691...
Apr. 16. Thomas Crissopp, of Head Row, and Sarah Cromble-Holme, of new Chappel.

2a.  LDS.  Family Search: Internet Genealogy Service:  IGI - International Genealogical Index (online at FamilySearch.org).
Thomas CRESAP
Birth: Before 1658, Headow, England; Death: 12 Oct 1747
Marriage: About 1693 of Skipton, Yorkshire, England
Spouse: Sarah CROMBLE-HOLME
Birth: 28 Jul 1658 of Skipton, Yorkshire, England; Death: 25 Feb 1733
Source: patron submission
Thomas Sr. CRESAP
Birth: About 1670, Lower Head, Row, Cumberland, England
Death: 31 May 1700, of Skepton, Yorkshire, England
Marriage: 16 Apr 1691, of Skepton, Yorkshire, England
Spouse: Sarah Crumble HOMES
Birth: About 1670 of Skepton, Yorkshire, England
Source: patron submission

2b.  LDS.  Family Search: Internet Genealogy Service: Pedigree Resource File (index to CDs, online at FamilySearch.org).
Thomas CRISSOPP (CRESAP)
Birth: 1668, Headrow, Cumberland County, England
Death: 21 May 1700, Skipton-in-Craven, Leeds, Yorkshire County, England
Marriage: 16 Apr 1691, Skipton-In-Craven, Leeds, Yorkshire County, England
Spouse: Sarah CROMLE(sic)-HOLME
Birth: 28 Jul 1658, New Chappel Marketplace, Leeds, County of Yorkshire, England
Death: 25 Feb 1733, Hospital in Leeds, County of Yorkshire, England
Father: Mathew CROMBLE-HOLME (<1620-1658); Mother: Sarah Ann Unk
Source: Kurt Inscoe HAHN of Healdsburg, CA
Thomas CRESAP or CRISSOPP
Birth: 1668, Headrow, England; Death: 12 Oct 1747, Yorkshire, England
Marriage: 16 Apr 1691, Leeds, Yorkshire, England
Spouse: Sarah CROMBLE-HOLME
Birth: 28 Jul 1658, New Chappel, Market Place, Leeds, England; Death: 25 Feb 1733, Leeds, England
Father: Matthew CROMBLE-HOLME
Source: Porter CAMPBELL of Snowflake, AZ
Thomas Cresap
Birth: 1668, Headrow, England; Death: 21 May 1700, Lower Headrow, Yorkshire, England
Marriage: 16 Apr 1691, Leeds, Yorkshire, England
Spouse: Sarah Cromble Holme
Birth: 28 Jul 1658, New Chappel, Market Place, Leeds, England; Death: 25 Feb 1733, Leeds, Yorkshire, England
Source: Kaye OSBORNE of Westlake, OH
Thomas Cresap
Birth: 1668, Headrow, England; Death: 21 May 1700, Lower Headrow, Yorkshire, England
Marriage: 16 Apr 1691, Leeds, Yorkshire, England
Spouse: Sarah Cromble Holme
Birth: 28 Jul 1658, New Chappel, Market Place, Leeds, England; Death: 25 Feb 1732/33, Leeds, Yorkshire, England
Father: Matthew CROMBLEHOLME
Source: Darrell Lynn KELLER, Jr., of San Diego, CA
Headrow is in Yorkshire, not Cumberland, and it's either Skipton or Leeds, it can't be both (Skipton is now in North Yorkshire, while Leeds is now in West Yorkshire).  See files there for further ancestry of Sarah.

2c.  LDS.  Family Search: Internet Genealogy Service:  AF - Ancestral File (online at FamilySearch.org).
Thomas CRISSOPP
Born: Abt 1668, Headrow, England; Died: 12 Oct 1747, Yorkshire, England
Marriage: 16 Apr 1691, Leeds, England
Spouse: Sarah CROMBLE-HOLME
Born: 28 Jul 1658, New Chappel, Market Place, Leeds, England
Christening: 11 Aug 1658, Leeds Parish, Leeds, England
Died: 25 Feb 1733, Hospital, Leed, England
Father: Matthew CROMBLEHOLME
Christening: 18 Feb 1620, Ribchester, Lancashire, England
Burial: 30 Dec 1658, Leeds, Yorkshire, England
Child:
1. Thomas CRESAP; Born: 1694, Skipton, Yorks, Eng.; Died: 31 Jan 1787, Oldtown, Md
Source: patron submission

3.  From a message on the Yorkshire Location Board posted by Grahame Stevens (online at RootsWeb.com/Ancestry.com):
Lower Headrow would appear to me to be part of The Headrow, Leeds, which was familiarly divided into two - Lower and Upper.  Lower Headrow was that part from St Peter's Street, west towards Briggate; Upper Headrow from Briggate west to Park Row. 

4.   The Cresap Society Pages (online at rootsweb.ancestry.com), including The Descedants of Thomas Cresap to five generations.

5.  Global Gazetteer (by Falling Rain Genomics, Inc.):  I can find no such place as "Headrow" or "Lower Head Rowe" in Cumberland/Cumbria, here in the Global Gazetter or anywhere else online, except a few secondary sources (e.g., the LDS and WorldConnect).  There is a Headrow in North Yorkshire, and that would reasonably be the correct one.

6.  Skipton (online at Wikipedia):  Skipton, Craven District (a.k.a., Skipton-in-Craven), is now located in North Yorkshire.

7.  WorldConnect / WorldTree (online at RootsWeb.com/Ancestry.com, respectively).

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