Synonyms for creswick or Related words with creswick

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Examples of "creswick"
Creswick has three primary schools—two government and one Catholic: Creswick Primary School, Creswick North Primary School and St Augustines respectively.
Creswick is a town in west-central Victoria, Australia 18 kilometres north of Ballarat and 129 km northwest of Melbourne, in the Shire of Hepburn. It is 430 metres above sea level. At the 2011 census, Creswick had a population of 3,303. Creswick was named after the Creswick family, the pioneer settlers of the region.
He was born at Creswick to Thomas Bolitho Grose and Charlotte Robins. After attending local private schools he became a printer with the "Creswick Advertiser", of which he ultimately became manager and editor. He married Bessie Jane Jeffrey, with whom he had ten children. He served as Mayor of Creswick from 1893 to 1894. In 1894 he was elected to the Victorian Legislative Assembly as the member for Creswick, serving until 1904. Grose died in Creswick in 1940.
Creswick was an electoral district of the Legislative Assembly in the colony, and later Australian state of Victoria centred on the town of Creswick from 1859 to 1904.
Creswick was born in Sheffield (at the time it was within Derbyshire). He was the son of Thomas Creswick and Mary Epworth and educated at Hazelwood, near Birmingham.
Adam Ronaldson, implement maker, of Creswick-road"."
In April 1862 the "Creswick Advertiser" announced:
Benjamin Creswick (1853–1946) was an English sculptor.
Polwarth and South Grenville, Sandridge, South Gippsland, Ararat, Castlemaine, Creswick,
Allendale Railway Station was on the North Creswick to Daylesford line. The railway closed in sections with Allendale to Newlyn closed on December 1, 1976, and from North Creswick to Allendale on December 8, 1986.
Creswick is located on the Midland Highway. Creswick railway station is served by V/Line train services to Ballarat and Maryborough, as well as buses from Ballarat operated by Davis Bus Service.
Creswick was born near Covent Garden, London. He was intended for a mercantile career, but the death of his father when Creswick was 17 left him free to follow his theatrical vocation.
The Shire of Creswick was divided into four ridings, each of which elected three councillors:
His service to the community is recognised by an obelisk in Cambridge Street, Creswick, Victoria.
This track runs from Buninyong, via Ballarat, Creswick and Mollongghip to Daylesford.
"Off to the Diggings" co-written by William Creswick and R Shepherd
Creswick Gap (), in Antarctica, is a gap between the Creswick Peaks and the Campbell Ridges on the west side of Palmer Land. The gap extends from Chapman Glacier to Meiklejohn Glacier and provides a safe sledging route from George VI Sound via Naess Glacier and Meiklejohn Glacier to the Dyer Plateau of Palmer Land. It was named by the UK Antarctic Place-Names Committee in association with the Creswick Peaks at the south end of the gap.
Creswick has one platform. It is serviced by V/Line Maryborough line services.
Creswick is also served by VLine road coach services from Ballarat to Donald.
"Uncle Tom's Cabin" co-written by William Creswick and William Bodham Donne