Dacre may refer to:

  • Dacre, Cumbria, England
  • Dacre, North Yorkshire, England
  • Dacre, New Zealand

People with the name Dacre:

  • Baron Dacre, an English hereditary title
  • Charlotte Dacre (1782-1841), English author
  • Hugh Trevor-Roper (1914–2003), historian who chose Baron Dacre as his title
  • Paul Dacre, editor of British newspaper The Daily Mail

Other articles related to "dacre":

Susan Dacre - Feminist and Suffragette
... Dacre was a noted feminist and suffragette ... she founded the Manchester Society of Women Artists in 1876 Dacre also served as president of the organization ... For a decade (1885–95), Dacre was a member of the executive committee of the Manchester National Society for Women's Suffrage ...
Dacre, North Yorkshire
1°42′29″W / 54.043286°N 1.708030°W / 54.043286 -1.708030 Dacre Dacre Population 658 OS grid reference SE192608 Civil parish Dacre District Harrogate Shire county North Yorkshire Region ... The largest settlement in the parish is Dacre Banks, on the River Nidd, where the church is located ... The village of Dacre lies on higher ground a mile south of Dacre Banks ...
Susan Dacre - Portraits and The Académie Julian
... Dacre was associated with Julian’s atelier on two different occasions After living in London for a time she returned to Manchester in 1883 and shared a studio in 10 King Street with the artist ... After much campaigning by both Dacre and Monkhouse in 1897 Dacre was made a member of the council of the Manchester Academy of Fine Arts and Monkhouse was appointed auditor ...
Magdalen Dacre
... Magdalen Dacre, Viscountess Montagu (January 1538 – 8 April 1608) was an English noblewoman ... She was the daughter of William Dacre, 3rd Baron Dacre of Gilsland, and the second wife of Anthony Browne, 1st Viscount Montagu ... Dacre, despite being a Catholic, managed to remain in high regard with the Protestant Tudor Queen who succeeded Mary, Elizabeth I ...
Christopher Conyers, 2nd Baron Conyers - Marriage and Children
... Conyers married Anne Dacre, daughter of Thomas Dacre, 2nd Baron Dacre of Gilsland, on 28 September 1514 ...