Numerology information Crosskey:

numerologyName Number: 7 Meaning: Inner, Thought, Mind, Psychology, Secret, Mystic, Strange, Study, Knowledge, Loneliness, Rest


Definition funny of Crosskey:

urbanA really awesome folk-rock band from New Tripoli, PA.

urbanI went to see Cross Keys at Musikfest and they rocked out!


Songs about Crosskey:

songsCrosskeys Rag by Christopher Norton from the Album Jazz Mix

songsCrosskeys Rag by Christopher Norton from the Album Big Band Moods

songsCrosskeys Rag by Christopher Norton from the Album All That Jazz

songsCyril's Crosskey Piece by Dwight Lamb from the Album Hell Agin the Barn Door: More Fiddle and Accordion Tunes from the Great Plains


Books about Crosskey:

booksCROSSKEY, WILLIAM W. (1894-1968): An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's Encyclopedia of the American Constitution... by RICHARD B. BERNSTEIN (2000)

booksFree Thought and Christian Faith: Four Lectures on Unitarian Principles, Delivered under the Terms of the McQuaker... by not known (May 10, 2001)

booksHenry William Crosskey, Ll.D., F.G.S: His Life and Work by Richard Acland Armstrong and E F. M. MacCarthy (Aug 31, 2012)

booksBaroque Music For Guitar (arr. Crosskey)

booksPAPERS AND NOTES ON THE GLACIAL GEOLOGY OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND. Edited from His Unpublished Mss. with an... by Henry Carville Lewis (1894)

booksBooks printed for Bernard Lintot, at the Cross-Keys, between the Temple-Gates in Fleet-street. by Bernard Lintot (Sep 14, 2012)

booksHenry William Crosskey: His Life And Work (1895) by Richard Acland Armstrong, E. F. M. MacCarthy and Charles Lapworth (Sep 10, 2010)


Wiki information Crosskey:

City/Town/Village, Dated location, Location, Statistical region

Crosskeys is a small village and community in Caerphilly county borough in Wales.

Tom Crosskey
Athlete, Measured person, Person

Thomas Roland Crosskey was a Scottish cricketer and footballer. Though born in Hastings, Sussex, he played club cricket for Carlton, Edinburgh, Blyth, Ashington and Morpeth, as well as four first class matches for Scotland between 1949 and 1950. In...