- CRAWFORD AND BALCARRES, EARL OF
- better known as Lord Lindsay, and as the author of "Letters from the Holy Land," "Progression by Antagonism," and "Sketches of the History of Christian Art"; died at Florence, and was entombed at Dunecht, whence his body was abstracted and found again in a wood near by after a seven months' search (1812-1880).
The Nuttall Encyclopaedia. James Wood. 1907.
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