biographical name Alexander 1701-1770 Scottish compiler of a biblical concordance

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  • Cruden — may refer to: People Aaron Cruden (born 1989), rugby player Alexander Cruden (1699–1770), author Damian Cruden, theatre director Kwamé Cruden (born 1976), footballer Other Cruden Bay, village in Scotland Cruden s Concordance, book written by… …   Wikipedia

  • Cruden —    CRUDEN, or Invercruden, a parish, in the district of Ellon, county of Aberdeen, 7 miles (S. S. W.) from Peterhead; containing, with the villages of Finnyfold or Whinnie Fauld, Bullers Buchan, and the Ward, 2349 inhabitants. This place was the… …   A Topographical dictionary of Scotland

  • Cruden — Cruden, Marktflecken der schottischen Grafschaft Aberdeen; 2 Heilquellen; 3000 Ew …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Cruden — This is a Scottish locational surname recorded in several spellings including Cruden, Crudden and Crowden. The latter form can also overlap with the English Crowden from Devonshire, and without a full genealogical survey on an individual… …   Surnames reference

  • Cruden Bay F.C. — Cruden Bay F.C. Full name Cruden Bay Junior Football Club Nickname(s) The Bay Founded 1934 Ground Watson Park Cruden Bay Aberdeenshire (Capacity: 2,000) …   Wikipedia

  • Cruden Bay railway station — was a railway station serving Cruden Bay, Aberdeenshire.[1] Former Services Preceding station Disused railways Following station Hatton   London and North Eastern Railway   …   Wikipedia

  • Cruden Bay — Coordinates: 57°25′02″N 1°51′09″W / 57.417254°N 1.852485°W / 57.417254; 1.852485 …   Wikipedia

  • Cruden's Concordance — Alexander Cruden s Complete Concordance to the Holy Scriptures. First published 1737. The first entry, for example, abase appears in the King James Version of the Bible (KJV) four times; in the books of Job, Isaiah, Ezekiel, and Daniel. The… …   Wikipedia

  • Cruden Bay — ▪ Scotland, United Kingdom       village on the North Sea coast of Scotland, in the council area and historic county of Aberdeenshire. It is situated at the head of Cruden Bay and is overlooked by Slains Castle (1664). The Bullers of Buchan, 2… …   Universalium

  • Cruden, Alexander — (1701–70)    Educator.    Cruden was born in Aberdeen. A strict Presbyterian, he was extremely dedicated to the study of the Bible. In 1737 he published his famous Concordance to the Old and New Testaments which has remained a standard work ever… …   Who’s Who in Christianity

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