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Crawford Coat of Arms
Around the year 1100, people in Scotland began to assume surnames as in family names. Previous to this a person was known by a given name and then some pecuriarity about the person, a job, title or office held, was added. Scotch families almost always took the name from the land or barony they had settled. In some way thought to be connected to the River and a ford discovered there apon by Mackonack, a grandson of the Duke of Brittany, while fighting on the side of the Scotch. His victory there earned him a grant to the land which became Creeford and finally Crawford.
Descendants and Ancestors of Jeptha M. Crawford
 
 

Generation No. 1

1.  ALAN1 CRAWFORD was born about 1100.  He married BERTHA CONAN.

Notes for ALAN CRAWFORD:
The History of the Crawford Family, published in Our Ancestors: Editor: Miss Pauline
Young, Box 129, Liberty, S.C., Feb., 1953, Vol 1, No. 11

Notes for BERTHA CONAN:
Bertha was the daughter/heiress of Conan, reigning Duke of Brittany. The History of the Crawford Family, published in Our Ancestors: Editor: Miss Pauline Young, Box 129 Liberty S.C., Jan., 1953, Vol 1, No. 10 gives her lineage

Bertha was the great granddaughter of William the Conqueror and his wife Mathilda, daughter of Baldwin V, Count of Flanders, who was 5th in Descent from Ethelwida, daughter of Alfred the great, and 10th in descent from Charlemagne. Comparing the Crawford Coat-of-arms with the one of Brittany bears out this claim.
 
Child of ALAN CRAWFORD and BERTHA CONAN is:
2.      i.      REGINALD2 CRAWFORD, d. 1146.
 

Generation No. 2

2.  REGINALD2 CRAWFORD (ALAN1) died 1146.  He married DAUGHTER OF SWANE.

Notes for REGINALD CRAWFORD:
Reginald was the youngest son of Alan, the IV Earl of Richmond. He likely married a daughter of Swane. Reginald received in the 12th Century, extensive grants of land from David I of Scotland in Strath Cluyd of Clydesdale, where his immediate Descendants adopted the name of Crawford, then forming one of the
largest baronies Of Scotland."

All the genealogists agree that the following are direct ancestors of The Crawford family, but they do not agree with Clements that they are of The maternal line: Swain (Swane, called Succonus) was the son of Thor Longus, Lord of Tippermuir and superior Lord of the lands of Crawford in Upper Clydesdale, who settled in Scotland between 1069 - 1074. The grandfather Of Swain was Leofwine, born not later than
1000 and lived in Northumberland England.

Taken from Stephen's' Crawford Genealogy by Mrs. Lucinda Frances. Because in 1127 "Reginald beat back the enemies of King David I, of Scotland, at the ford of a stream in the old Roman road about three miles from Kilbirnie, the King bestowed upon him the name and title of Earl of Cruford. His son, Cauterus Cruford, who lived during the reign of King William, 1142-1214, succeeded him.
 
Children of REGINALD CRAWFORD and DAUGHTER SWANE are:
3.      i.      DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, d. Abt. 1202.
        ii.     CAUTERUSE CRAWFORD.

Notes for CAUTERUSE CRAWFORD:
Succeeded father as 2nd Earl of Cruford
 

Generation No. 3

3.  DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD (REGINALD2, ALAN1) died Abt. 1202.  He married SISTER LE SCOT.

Notes for SISTER LE SCOT:
Sister of John le Scot, Earl of Chester, and niece of the King (i.e. a daughter of David, Earl of Huntingdon, second son of David I and his wife Maud (Matilda)
 
Children of DOMINCUS CRAWFORD and SISTER LE SCOT are:
4.      i.      REGINALD4 DE CRAWFORD.
5.      ii.     HUGH DE CRAWFORD.
 

Generation No. 4

4.  REGINALD4 DE CRAWFORD (DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1).
 
Child of REGINALD DE CRAWFORD is:
6.      i.      REGINALD5 DE CRAWFORD.

5.  HUGH DE CRAWFORD (DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1).
 
Child of HUGH DE CRAWFORD is:
7.      i.      REGINALD5 DE CRAWFORD.
 

Generation No. 5

6.  REGINALD5 DE CRAWFORD (REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1).

Notes for REGINALD DE CRAWFORD:
Part of the Barony remained with him. His son, John, and he were "in a charter of Arnold, Abbot of Kelso, in 1140, is said to have used the name Crawford for the first time as a surname."
 
Child of REGINALD DE CRAWFORD is:
8.       i.      JOHN DE CRAWFORD.

7.  REGINALD5 DE CRAWFORD (HUGH, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1).

Notes for REGINALD DE CRAWFORD:
Part of the Barony remained with him. His son, John, and he, were "in a charter of Arnold, Abbot of Kelso, in 1140, and are said to have used the name 'Crawford' for the first time as a surname."
 
Child of REGINALD DE CRAWFORD is:
9.      i.      JOHN DE CRAWFORD.
 

Generation No. 6

8.  JOHN DE CRAWFORD (REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1).
 
Child of JOHN DE CRAWFORD is:
10.    i.      GALFRIDUS DE CRAWFORD.

9.  JOHN DE CRAWFORD (REGINALD5, HUGH, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1).

Notes for JOHN DE CRAWFORD:
No male heirs found on record, thus the elder branch of the Crawford Family becomes Extinct in the Male line. So title passes to second son of Galfridus.
 
Children of JOHN DE CRAWFORD are:
        i.      MARGARET DE CRAWFORD, m. ARCHIBALD DE DOUGLAS.

Notes for ARCHIBALD DE DOUGLAS:
Ancestor of the earls and dukes of Douglas. From Browning's "Americans of Royal Descent", 1911, pages 21, 113, 290, 431.

        ii.     UFN DE CRAWFORD, b. Scotland; d. Scotland; m. DAVID DE LINDSAY.

Notes for DAVID DE LINDSAY:
Son of William, ancestors of the Earls of Lindsay and Crawford.
 

Generation No. 7

10.  GALFRIDUS DE CRAWFORD (JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1).
 
Child of GALFRIDUS DE CRAWFORD is:
11.      i.      HUGH OR JOHN DE CRAWFORD.
 

Generation No. 8

11.  HUGH OR JOHN DE CRAWFORD (GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1).
 
Child of HUGH OR JOHN DE CRAWFORD is:
12.      i.      REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, d. Abt. 1250.

Generation No. 9

12.  REGINALD DE CRAWFORD (HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) died Abt. 1250.  He married MARGARET LOUDOUN.

Notes for REGINALD DE CRAWFORD:
Sir Reginald de Crawford, appointed heritable Sheriff of Ayrshire 1296 during the reign of King Alexander II.

Found in Bardsley's 'A dictionary of English and Welsh Surnames.'

Married Margaret heiress of Loudoun, with whom came the lands and barony of Loudoun in Ayrshire.
 
Children of REGINALD DE CRAWFORD and MARGARET LOUDOUN are:
13.      i.      JOHN CRAWFORD.
14.     ii.     HUGH CRAWFORD, d. 1297.
 

Generation No. 10

13.  JOHN CRAWFORD (REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1).

Notes for JOHN CRAWFORD:
born 'Crawford-John', Scotland.
 
Child of JOHN CRAWFORD is:
15.      i.      JOHN CRAWFORD.

14.  HUGH10 CRAWFORD (REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) died 1297.

Notes for HUGH CRAWFORD:
A distinguished patriot who was said to have been "treacherously murdered" in 1297.
Crawfords of Auchinames are said to be descended for Viscount Hugh Crawford
 
Children of HUGH CRAWFORD are:
16.     i.      MARGARET11 DE CRAWFORD.
17.     ii.     REGINALD DE CRAWFORD.
 

Generation No. 11

15.  JOHN CRAWFORD (JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1).

Notes for JOHN CRAWFORD:
Sir John "acquired part of the Lordship and Barony of Crauford (known as Crawfurd-John) Crawfurd-John was the north part of the barony of Crawford
 
Children of JOHN CRAWFORD are:
18.    i.     REGINALD12 CRAWFORD, b. Auchinames, Scotland; d. Scotland.
        ii.     MAGARET CRAWFORD, m. WALTER BARCLAY.

16.  MARGARET11 DE CRAWFORD (HUGH10 CRAWFORD, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1).  She married MALCOLM WALLACE.

Notes for MARGARET DE CRAWFORD:
Brokaw's, Julia Penn, Papers of the Virginia Society, Colonial Dames of America, no. 2166 David Crawford, Burgess of New Kent Co., Va., 1692 states :
"Dominicus de Crawford is said to have been the fifth great-grandfather of Margaret de Crawford, the mother of Sir William Wallace. Her brother, Sir Reginald de Crawford, is claimed to have been the direct ancestor of the Crawfords who settled in Virginia from 'Crawfordonia'." Margaret de Crawford married Sir Malcolm Wallace, they were the parents of Sir William Wallace (1272 - 1305).
 
Child of MARGARET DE CRAWFORD and MALCOLM WALLACE is:
        i.      SIR WILLIAM12 WALLACE, b. 1272; d. 1305.

17.  REGINALD11 DE CRAWFORD (HUGH10 CRAWFORD, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1).
 
Children of REGINALD DE CRAWFORD are:
        i.      SUSAN12 DE CRAWFORD, m. DUNCAN CAMPBELL.

Notes for DUNCAN CAMPBELL:
Grandson of Sir Colin-More Campbell, ancestor of Duke of Argyle

19.     ii.     ARCHIBALD DE CRAWFORD.
 

Generation No. 12

18.  REGINALD12 CRAWFORD (JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) was born in Auchinames, Scotland, and died in Scotland.

Notes for REGINALD CRAWFORD:
Sir Reginald, "firm friend of King Robert Bruce", was given lands of Crumshine in Cunningham, 1320, which had belonged to John Baliol. His sister Margaret was given one-half of the lands of Crawford-John.

Witness to a donation to the monastery of Paisley by James, Lord High Steward of Scotland anno 1288.
He distinguished himself at the battle of Bannockburn, receiving a grant for his services to the Barony of Auchinames and the privilege of adding to his coat-of-arms two lances saltire. Sir Reginald, "firm friend of King Robert Bruce", was given lands of Crumshine in Cunningham, 1320,
which had belonged to John Baliol. His sister Margaret was given one-half of the lands of Crawford-John.

Witness to a donation to the monastery of Paisley by James, Lord High Steward of Scotland anno 1288.
He distinguished himself at the battle of Bannockburn, receiving a grant for his services to the Barony of
Auchinames and the privilege of adding to his coat-of-arms two lances saltire.
 
Child of REGINALD CRAWFORD is:
20.     i.      ROGER13 CRAWFORD.

19.  ARCHIBALD12 DE CRAWFORD (REGINALD11, HUGH10 CRAWFORD, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1).
 
Children of ARCHIBALD DE CRAWFORD are:
        i.      THOMAS13 DE CRAWFORD.
        ii.     ROBERT DE CRAWFORD, m. ISABEL DOUGLAS.
 

Generation No. 13

20.  ROGER13 CRAWFORD (REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1).

Notes for ROGER CRAWFORD:
Accompanied Kind David Bruce in his expedition into England and was taken prisoner at the battle of Durham, 1346. Accompanied Kind David Bruce in his expedition into England and was taken prisoner at the battle of Durham, 1346.
 
Child of ROGER CRAWFORD is:
21.      i.      MALCOLM14 CRAWFORD, b. Eastrn Greencock.
 

Generation No. 14

21.  MALCOLM14 CRAWFORD (ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) was born in Eastrn Greencock.  He married DAUGHTER GALBRAITH, daughter of MALCOLM GALBRAITH.

Notes for MALCOLM CRAWFORD:
Married the co-heiress of Malcolm Galbraith of Greenock. Received the accession to the Barony of Green-Easter about 1390 (about a mile from Port Glasgow.) Married the co-heiress of Malcolm Galbraith of Greenock. Received the accession to the Barony of Green-Easter about 1390 (about a mile from Port Glasgow.)

Notes for DAUGHTER GALBRAITH:
Daughter of co-heiress of Malcolm Galbraith of Greenock and ancient Family of Renfrewshire
 Daughter of co-heiress of Malcolm Galbraith of Greenock and ancient Family of Renfrewshire
 
Child of MALCOLM CRAWFORD and DAUGHTER GALBRAITH is:
22.     i.      MALCOLM15 CRAWFORD, b. Eastern Greencock.
 

Generation No. 15

22.  MALCOLM15 CRAWFORD (MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) was born in Eastern Greencock.  He married MARJORY BARCLAY, daughter of JOHN BARCLAY.

Notes for MALCOLM CRAWFORD:
Sir Malcolm Crawford of Eastern Greenock, who received lands from his Mother (a Galbraith) and who descended from Crawford of Loudon, Married Marjory, only daughter/heiress of John Barclay (d. 1470) of Killbirnine, the last Male of this "potent" family, who anciently possessed Killbirnine. The aforementioned
Sir John Barclay of Crawford-John was a lineal descendant of Sir John Crawford of Crawford-John when his daughter Margaret married Sir Walter Barclay.

Arms were quartered with the arms of Barclay and Kilbirnie (1499 charter By James IV for lands of Kilbirnie and half of the Barony of Crawford-John).Sir Malcolm Crawford of Eastern Greenock, who received lands from his Mother (a Galbraith) and who descended from Crawford of Loudon, Married Marjory, only daughter/heiress of John Barclay (d. 1470)
of Kilbirnie, the last Male of this "potent" family, who anciently possessed Kilbirnie. The aforementioned Sir John Barclay of Crawfurd-John was a lineal descendant of Sir John Crawford of Crawfurd-John when
his daughter Margaret married Sir Walter Barclay.

Arms were quartered with the arms of Barclay and Kilbirnie (1499 charter By James IV for lands of Kilbirnie and half of the Barony of Crawford-John).

Notes for MARJORY BARCLAY:
Arms were quartered with the arms of Barclay and Kilbirnie (1499 charter By James IV for lands of Kilbirnie and half of the Barony of Crawford-John). Daughter of co-heiress of Malcolm Galbraith of Greenock and ancient Family of Renfrewshire
 
Children of MALCOLM CRAWFORD and MARJORY BARCLAY are:
23.    i.      ROBERT16 CRAWFORD, b. Kilbirine, Ayrshire, Scotland; d. 1513.
        ii.      JOHN CRAWFORD.
       iii.      THOMAS CRAWFORD.
       iv.      ISABEL CRAWFORD, m. ADAM CUNNINGHAM.
        v.      JAMES CRAWFORD.

Notes for JAMES CRAWFORD:
Ancestor of the Crawfords of Minnoch in Ayrshire.
 

Generation No. 16

23.  ROBERT16 CRAWFORD (MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) was born in Kilbirine, Ayrshire, Scotland, and died 1513.  He married MARGARET SEMPLE, daughter of THOMAS SEMPLE.

Notes for ROBERT CRAWFORD:
Sir Robert Crawford received charter in 1506 for lands of Eastern
Greenock. Sir Robert Crawford received charter in 1506 for lands of Eastern
Greenock etc.

Dispensation from James Beaton, Abbot of Dumfermling.
 
 
Child of ROBERT CRAWFORD and MARGARET SEMPLE is:
24.    i.      LAWRENCE17 CRAWFORD, b. Abt. 1506, Kilbirine, Scotland; d. June 1547, Scotland.
 

Generation No. 17

24.  LAWRENCE17 CRAWFORD (ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) was born Abt. 1506 in Kilbirine, Scotland, and died June 1547 in Scotland.  He married HELEN CAMBELL, daughter of SIR HUGH CAMBELL.

Notes for LAWRENCE CRAWFORD:
Sir Lawrence of the "Illustrious" family of Crawford, Kilbirnie, Ayrshire, Scotland, married Helen, daughter of Sir Hugh Campbell of Loundon, Ancestor of the earls of Loudon. On April 5, 1529, he exchanged Crawford-John Lands with Sir James Hamilton for lands in Drumry, Dumbarton. This
progenitor of the viscounts of Garnock (merged in the earldom of Crawford in 1749) and immediate ancestor of the Crawfords of Jordanville, Renfrewshire.

See Cockayne's The Complete Peerage, Vol. VII, page 157.
 
Children of LAWRENCE CRAWFORD and HELEN CAMBELL are:
25.   i.      CAPTAIN THOMAS18 CRAWFORD.
        ii.     WILLIAM CRAWFORD.
26.   iii.    HUGH CRAWFORD, b. Scotland; d. 1576, scotland.
        iv.     ISABEL CRAWFORD, m. GAVIN BLAIR.
        v.      ROBERT CRAWFORD.
        vi.     JOHN CRAWFORD.
        vii.    DAVID CRAWFORD.
        viii.   CATHERINE CRAWFORD, m. DAVID FAIRLY.
 

Generation No. 18

25.  CAPTAIN THOMAS18 CRAWFORD (LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1).  He married JANET KER.

Notes for CAPTAIN THOMAS CRAWFORD:
Celebrated Capt. Thomas Crawford of Jordanhill. The baronetcy later fell to a descendant of this youngest son.
 
Child of CAPTAIN CRAWFORD and JANET KER is:
27.      i.      HUGH19 CRAWFORD.

26.  HUGH18 CRAWFORD (LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) was born in Scotland, and died 1576 in scotland.  He married (1) ELIZABETH BARCLAY, daughter of DAVID BARCLAY.  He married (2) MARGARET COLQUOHOUN.

Notes for HUGH CRAWFORD:
Staunch friend of Mary, Queen of Scots. Signed a bond for the defense of Mary against all person whatsoever. He fought for her cause at Langside, May 13, 1568. (His brother Captain Thomas fought on the other side.)
 
Child of HUGH CRAWFORD and MARGARET COLQUOHOUN is:
28.     i.      MALCOLM19 CRAWFORD, b. Kilbirine, Scotland; d. 1592.
 

Generation No. 19

27.  HUGH19 CRAWFORD (CAPTAIN THOMAS18, LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1).  He married (1) UFN.  He married (2) MARION COLQUHOUN.
 
Children of HUGH CRAWFORD and UFN are:
29.    i.      HUGH20 CRAWFORD, b. Kilbirine, Ayrshire, Scotland.
        ii.     DAVID CRAWFORD, b. Kersland, Scotland.

Notes for DAVID CRAWFORD:
David succeed to his mother's estate and took the name of Ker of  Kersland
 
Child of HUGH CRAWFORD and MARION COLQUHOUN is:
        iii.    SUSANNA20 CRAWFORD, m. COLIN CAMPBELL.

28.  MALCOLM19 CRAWFORD (HUGH18, LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) was born in Kilbirine, Scotland, and died 1592.  He married MARGARET CUNNINGHAM, daughter of JOHN CUNNINGHAM.
 
Children of MALCOLM CRAWFORD and MARGARET CUNNINGHAM are:
30.     i.      JOHN20 CRAWFORD, d. 1622.
31.     ii.     ALEXANDER CRAWFORD.
        iii.    ANNE CRAWFORD, m. WILLIAM CUNNINGHAM.
 

Generation No. 20

29.  HUGH20 CRAWFORD (HUGH19, CAPTAIN THOMAS18, LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) was born in Kilbirine, Aysshire, Scotland.
 
Children of HUGH CRAWFORD are:
32.    i.      MAJOR GENERAL LAWRENCE21 CRAWFORD, b. 1620, Kilbirine, Ayrshire, Scotland.
        ii.     MARGARET CRAWFORD.

30.  JOHN20 CRAWFORD (MALCOLM19, HUGH18, LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) died 1622.  He married MARGARET BLAIR, daughter of JOHN BLAIR.

Notes for JOHN CRAWFORD:
In 1600 received charter of lands and baronies of Kilbirnie, Eastern Greenock, etc.
 
Children of JOHN CRAWFORD and MARGARET BLAIR are:
33.    i.      JOHN21 CRAWFORD.
        ii.     MALCOLM CRAWFORD.
       iii.      JAMES CRAWFORD.
       iv.     MARGARET CRAWFORD, m. HUGH KENNEDY.
        v.      JEAN CRAWFORD, m. (1) JOHN LINDSAY; m. (2) JOHN BUCHANAN.

31.  ALEXANDER20 CRAWFORD (MALCOLM19, HUGH18, LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1).  He married UFN CRITCHTON.

Notes for ALEXANDER CRAWFORD:
Alexander, being the younger son of Malcolm, did not inherit lands like his older brother, John. Sometime after Kilbirnie was broken in to and his father's death in 1595, he removed along with many friends and relatives to the County of Donegal in northern Ireland, a part of "The Colonization of Ulster", in 1610. He became the owner of a ship, trading goods between Ireland and Scotland. It is uncertain whether he came with his uncle, Sir John Cunningham and his cousins, or whether he followed later establishing his shipping trade when he found family and friends in Donegal. It is believed that the grant of lands in Donegal (known as the Portlough Patent) was organized by the Duke of Lennox, Ludovic Stuart, who was held in great esteem by King James VI or I of England. Stuart was related in many ways to the Crawfords by blood or marriage
 
Children of ALEXANDER CRAWFORD and UFN CRITCHTON are:
        i.      ALEXANDER21 CRAWFORD.

Notes for ALEXANDER CRAWFORD:
Attended the funeral of the second Viscount Montgomery of Ardes in 1663.

34.   ii.      JOHN CRAWFORD, d. July 12, 1661.
        iii.     ROBERT CRAWFORD, b. Abt. 1625.
        iv.     JANET CRAWFORD.
        v.      LAWRENCE CRAWFORD.
        vi.     JAMES CRAWFORD.
        vii.    DAVID CRAWFORD, d. 1702, Drumholm Parish, Ireland.
 

Generation No. 21

32.  MAJOR GENERAL LAWRENCE21 CRAWFORD (HUGH20, HUGH19, CAPTAIN THOMAS18, LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) was born 1620 in Kilbirine, Ayrshire, Scotland.

Notes for MAJOR GENERAL LAWRENCE CRAWFORD:
1670, Came to America
 
Children of MAJOR GENERAL LAWRENCE CRAWFORD are:
35.     i.      WILLIAM22 CRAWFORD, b. Abt. 1640, Aryshire, Scotland; d. 1702, Virginia.
36.     ii.     GEORGE CRAWFORD, b. Kilbirine, Ayrshire, Scotland.

33.  JOHN21 CRAWFORD (JOHN20, MALCOLM19, HUGH18, LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1).  He married MARY CUNNINGHAM, daughter of JAMES CUNNINGHAM.

Notes for JOHN CRAWFORD:
Of this line , in 1600 was born John Crawford, Who emigrated to America
in 1643. From him are descended all the Crawfords of the Kilbirnie branch
in this country."
Taken from: Stephen's', Mrs. Lucinda Frances, Crawford Genealogy.
 
Children of JOHN CRAWFORD and MARY CUNNINGHAM are:
37.     i.      JOHN22 CRAWFORD.
        ii.     JAMES CRAWFORD.
        iii.    ANN CRAWFORD.
        iv.     MARGARET CRAWFORD.

34.  JOHN21 CRAWFORD (ALEXANDER20, MALCOLM19, HUGH18, LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) died July 12, 1661.  He married ABIGAIL HAMILTON.

Notes for JOHN CRAWFORD:
John settled in the parish of Clandermoyd (now Glendermot, in Londonderry).
 
Child of JOHN CRAWFORD and ABIGAIL HAMILTON is:
        i.      JOHN22 CRAWFORD.
 

Generation No. 22

35.WILLIAM22 CRAWFORD (MAJOR GENERAL LAWRENCE21, HUGH20, HUGH19, CAPTAIN THOMAS18, LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) was born Abt. 1640 in Aryshire, Scotland, and died 1702 in Virginia.  He married NAUDAINE VALENTINE 1670.

Notes for WILLIAM CRAWFORD:
Burial: 1670, Came to America from Lenarkshire, Ay shire, Scotland & Donegal, Ireland
 
Children of WILLIAM CRAWFORD and NAUDAINE VALENTINE are:
38     i.      VALENTINE23 CRAWFORD, SR., b. 1672, Delaware; d. 1726, Westmoreland County,  Virginia.
        ii.     WILLIAM CRAWFORD, b. Abt. 1665; d. Bet. 1667 - 1768.

36.  GEORGE22 CRAWFORD (MAJOR GENERAL LAWRENCE21, HUGH20, HUGH19, CAPTAIN THOMAS18, LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) was born in Kilbirine, Ayrshire, Scotland.

Notes for GEORGE CRAWFORD:
1670, Came to America from Lenarkshire, Ay shire, Scotland and Donegal, Ireland
 
Children of GEORGE CRAWFORD are:
        i.      JOHN23 CRAWFORD, b. 1663.
        ii.     WILLIAM CRAWFORD, b. 1665.
        iii.    ALEXANDER CRAWFORD, b. 1668.
        iv.     SEABORN CRAWFORD, b. 1670.

37.  JOHN22 CRAWFORD (JOHN21, JOHN20, MALCOLM19, HUGH18, LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1).  He married (1) MARGARET BURLEIGH, daughter of ROBERT BURLEIGH.  He married (2) MAGDALENE CARNEGIE, daughter of DAVID CARNEGIE.

Notes for JOHN CRAWFORD:
First married Margaret, daughter of Robert Lord Burleigh. No children.
Second married Magdalene, daughter of David, Lord Carnegie. Had two
daughters.
The Baronetcy fell to his heir, Hugh, descendant of the Celebrated
Captain Thomas Crawford of Jordanhill, youngest son of generation 15 Lawrence
Crawford, a direct ancestor.
 
Children of JOHN CRAWFORD and MAGDALENE CARNEGIE are:
        i.      UFN23 CRAWFORD.
        ii.     UFN CRAWFORD.
 

Generation No. 23

38.VALENTINE23 CRAWFORD, SR. (WILLIAM22, MAJOR GENERAL LAWRENCE21, HUGH20, HUGH19, CAPTAIN THOMAS18, LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) was born 1672 in Delaware, and died 1726 in Westmoreland County,  Virginia.  He married HONORA GRIMES 1716.

Notes for VALENTINE CRAWFORD, SR.:
Notes for Valentine Crawford, Sr:
Acted as a secretary or an assistant to George Washington. He is reported to have been elected to the
Virginia House of Burgess and voted in that body in 1758.

More About Valentine Crawford, Sr:
Fact 2: 1748, Applied for 100 acres of land in Frederick Co., VA
Fact 3: 21 Jun 1754, Paid for the 100 acres.
 
Children of VALENTINE CRAWFORD and HONORA GRIMES are:
39.     i.      MARY24 CRAWFORD, b. Abt. 1716, Westmoreland County, Virginia.
          ii.     ELIZABETH CRAWFORD, b. 1718, Virginia; m. UFN ROSS.
40.     iii.    MARTHA CRAWFORD, b. 1720, Westmoreland County, Virginia.
41.     iv.     COLONEL WILLIAM CRAWFORD, b. September 02, 1722, Westmoreland County, Virginia; d. June 11, 1782, Crawford, Ohio.
 42.    v.      VALENTINE CRAWFORD, JR., b. Abt. 1724, Fredrick County, Virginia; d. January 07, 1777, Fayette county, Pennsylvania.
 

Generation No. 24

39.  MARY24 CRAWFORD (VALENTINE23, WILLIAM22, MAJOR GENERAL LAWRENCE21, HUGH20, HUGH19, CAPTAIN THOMAS18, LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) was born Abt. 1716 in Westmoreland County, Virginia.  She married JOHN MUNN.
 
Children of MARY CRAWFORD and JOHN MUNN are:
43.     i.      CAPTAIN JAMES25 MUNN, b. October 26, 1755, Pennsylvania; d. March 11, 1839, Sciota County, Ohio.
        ii.     MARY MUNN, b. April 01, 1761; m. (1) SOLOMON FREMAN; m. (2) WILLIAM BYERS.

Notes for WILLIAM BYERS:
Served under his brother-in-law Captain James Munn, in the expedition against the Sandusky Indians.

        iii.    JOSIAH MUNN, b. January 13, 1759.
        iv.     JOHN MUNN, b. January 21, 1763.
        v.      DAVIS MUNN, b. September 30, 1765.
        vi.     HANNAH MUNN.

40.  MARTHA24 CRAWFORD (VALENTINE23, WILLIAM22, MAJOR GENERAL LAWRENCE21, HUGH20, HUGH19, CAPTAIN THOMAS18, LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) was born 1720 in Westmoreland County, Virginia.  She married MOSES SUTTON.
 
Child of MARTHA CRAWFORD and MOSES SUTTON is:
        i.      SAMUEL25 SUTTON.

41.  COLONEL WILLIAM24 CRAWFORD (VALENTINE23, WILLIAM22, MAJOR GENERAL LAWRENCE21, HUGH20, HUGH19, CAPTAIN THOMAS18, LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) was born September 02, 1722 in Westmoreland County, Virginia, and died June 11, 1782 in Crawford, Ohio.  He married (1) ANN STEWART 1742.  He married (2) HANNAH VANCE 1747 in Shenandoah Valley, Fredrick County, Virginia, daughter of JOHN VANCE and ELIZABETH GLASS.

Notes for COLONEL WILLIAM CRAWFORD:
William was a farmer and surveyor in Frederick Co., VA. He enlisted in the British Army along with his brother Valentine Crawford, Jr., at Winchester, Frederick Co., VA in 1754. His first appointment was made by George Washington in 1755, as an ensign in a company of scouts under the command of Christopher Gist. His time was divided between the military, farming, and civil affairs. He moved from Frederick Co., VA to what is now Fayette Co., PA, in the spring of 1766.

Enlisted in British Army at Winchester, Frederick Co., Virginia, 1754.

Colonel William Crawford led the ill-fated expedition against the Sandusky Indians.

                             From the Collins/Stoner family history:

     "In the spring of the year 1782 the Indians became very numerous and
marauding bands were giving the   settlers no end of trouble.
     An appeal to Fort Pitt was made for soldiers to help chase them out.
A company of volunteers was raised and placed under the command of Col.
William Crawford.  The regular soldiers assisted by the volunteers rove the
Indian bands across the Ohio River and north through Ohio.  The Indians kept
retreating until they reached northern Ohio, where they were met by a large
supporting band of French and Indians.
     Scouts reported that they were greatly outnumbered and a retreat was
ordered, whereupon some of the volunteers became panicky and Col. Crawford
and nine of his men were cut off and captured.   Among this group was Dr.
Knight, a short muscular man from Bullskin Twp.    These men were divided
between various bands of Indians, who either killed them or tortured them to
death.   Crawford and Knight were kept together for a time and Knight was a
witness to Crawford's fate.
     The Indians first bound Crawford's hands, with leather thongs with the
other end tied to a state leaving a short length which would allow a few
turns of travel around.   He was then shot at with guns at short range
loaded only with powder until his naked body was blistered from head to
foot.
     He was then driven around one way then back by the Indiana squaws who
showered him with red hot wood cinders until he was wading in fiery coals.
Occasionally an Indian would slash him with a knife.
     During this ordeal, Simon Gerty, the renegade half breed Indian trader,
sat on his horse close by.   Crawford seeing him implored him to shoot him
to end his misery but Gerty only laughed and refused to interfere.
     When completely exhausted Crawford fell flat in the burning cinders
when an Indian rushed to him, ran his knife around his head, then holding
his knife between his teeth tore Crawford's scalp from his head.   There,
completely exhausted, smothered in cinders, death relieved his sufferings.
     It is recorded that his death too place on June 10, 1782 in the valley
of the Tamooche Creek, near Sandusky, Ohio.

     Dr. Knight was more lucky, as with hands tied he was being taken to
another camp for a similar fate by two Indians, one of them having been
wounded but still able to travel.   The night being chilly, they decided to
build a fire to roast some meat.   Knight was able to work his thongs loose
but waited for a chance to get his captors off guard.   When the fire was
burning well and the Indian was tending the meat Dr. Knight went into action
by grabbing a burning stick and driving it into the Indiana's body, thereby
putting him temporarily out of normal action.   He then made a break for
liberty.   One Indian grabbed his gun to shoot but in the hurry he broke the
gun and Knight escaped, finally arriving at Fort Mcintosh, on the Beaver
River June 22, 1782.   The last Indian massacre in Green Co. took place at
Whiteley on a Sunday morning May 12, 1782  when the McCarthy family were all
killed when on their way to church.    Crawford was burned at the stake by
the Indians at a place in the Valley of the Tamooche Creek June 10, 1782.
     Among the volunteers on this expedition under Co. Crawford, were men by
the familiar names of John Smilie, James and John Collins, John Sherrard and
John Crawford, a son of the Colonel."
 

Crawford's Defeat ballad:
In seventeen hundred and eight two,
on the fourth day of May, as I tell it to you;
the [sic] crossed the Ohio, as we understand,
and bold Crawford gave them Command.

Their number four hundred eighty and nine,
and to take Sandusky Town, was their design.

Notes for ANN STEWART:
Their marriage was recorded in the Bradford Bible.

Notes for HANNAH VANCE:
1817, Died at the home of Daughter Sarah Springer

His (William) will states: ". . . I do also give and bequeath unto my said wife (Hannah Crawford) one negro man, named Dick and one mulatto man, Daniel. . ." ". . . after the decease of my wife, the above mentioned negroes, Dick and Daniel to descend to my loving son, John Crawford and after his decease to the heirs of his body lawful begotten."

In his will about James Crawford, "also I do give and bequeath unto James Crawford, son of the said anne Connell and his heirs
forever 500 acres of land down the River Ohio there being a warrant for that quantity in his name which was allowed by me as
above mentioned as soon as he arrives to full age."
 
Child of COLONEL CRAWFORD and ANN STEWART is:
44.     i.      ANN25 CRAWFORD, b. 1743.
 
Children of COLONEL CRAWFORD and HANNAH VANCE are:
45.     ii.     JOHN25 CRAWFORD, b. December 27, 1744, Frederick County, Virginia; d. September 22, 1816, Adams County, Ohio.
        iii.    OPHELIA "EFFIE" CRAWFORD, b. September 02, 1747.
        iv.     SARAH "SALLY" CRAWFORD, b. Abt. 1749; d. November 10, 1838, Fayette County, Pennsylvania; m. (1) MAJOR WILLIAM HARRISON; m. (2) URIAH SPRINGER, JR..

Notes for MAJOR WILLIAM HARRISON:
Accompanied his father-in-law, William, on the Sandusky battle.

13 Jun 1782, Killed during the retreat of the Expedition against the Sandusky Indians.
 

42.VALENTINE24 CRAWFORD, JR. (VALENTINE23, WILLIAM22, MAJOR GENERAL LAWRENCE21, HUGH20, HUGH19, CAPTAIN THOMAS18, LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) was born Abt. 1724 in Fredrick County, Virginia, and died January 07, 1777 in Fayette county, Pennsylvania.  He married (1) RACHEL ULN.  He married (2) CATHERINE ULN Abt. 1741.  He married (3) SARAH MORGAN Before. 1748 in Virginia, daughter of JOHN MORGAN.

Notes for VALENTINE CRAWFORD, JR.:
Notes for VALENTINE Crawford, JR.:
1754 - Took oath to the King of England.
Valentine Crawford, Jr. was a Colonel in the Virginia Militia Revolutionary Army in December 1776 and
served as Wagon Master General.
 
 

More About VALENTINE Crawford, JR.:
Burial: Buried @ Bullskin Creek, Shepardstown, WV
Cause of Death: Pneumonia after falling through the ice.
Fact 2: 1754, Enlisted in British Army at Winchester, PA
Fact 3: 1775, Private in Augusta Co., VA militia stationed at Ft. Finecastle.
Fact 4: 01 Oct. 1776, Stationed at Ft Henry (now Wheeling WV)
Fact 5: Bet. 1776 - 1777, Colonel in Virginia State Militia Troops.
 
Child of VALENTINE CRAWFORD and RACHEL ULN is:
         i.      RACHEL25 CRAWFORD, b. 1775, Frederick County, Virginia; d. Before. 1810, Ohio; m. HEZEKIAH THORNBURG.
 
Child of VALENTINE CRAWFORD and CATHERINE ULN is:
 46.  ii.     JOSEPH "JOSIAH"25 CRAWFORD, b. 1742, Virginia; d. Aft. 1830, Estill County, Kentucky.
 
Children of VALENTINE CRAWFORD and SARAH MORGAN are:
        iii.    VALENTINE25 CRAWFORD.
        iv.     MOSES CRAWFORD, b. Abt. 1748, Frederick County, Virginia; d. 1774, Westmoreland County, Virginia.

Notes for MOSES CRAWFORD:
15 Apr 1771, Maj. William Crawford sent a letter to George Washington via his nephew Moses.

The cause of Moses' death was Bilious Fever

47.     v.      GEORGE WASHINGTON CRAWFORD, b. Abt. 1750, Frederick County, Virginia; d. 1819, Crabtree Township, Haywood County, North Carolina.
48.     vi.     WILLIAM CRAWFORD, b. Abt. 1752, Frederick County, Virginia; d. Abt. 1782, Wyandott County, Ohio.
49.     vii.    JOHN CRAWFORD, b. Abt. 1753; d. Abt. 1816.
        viii.   ELIZABETH CRAWFORD, b. Abt. 1757; d. Abt. 1829; m. JOHN MINTER.
        ix.     EFFIE CRAWFORD, b. Abt. 1765; d. Abt. 1820; m. (1) EPHRIAM WORTHINGTON; m. (2) THOMAS BRECKENRIDGE.
        x.      RACHEL CRAWFORD, b. Abt. 1775; m. HEZEKIAH THORNBERG.
 

Generation No. 25

43.  CAPTAIN JAMES25 MUNN (MARY24 CRAWFORD, VALENTINE23, WILLIAM22, MAJOR GENERAL LAWRENCE21, HUGH20, HUGH19, CAPTAIN THOMAS18, LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) was born October 26, 1755 in Pennsylvania, and died March 11, 1839 in Sciota County, Ohio.  He married AZABA VANCE.

Notes for CAPTAIN JAMES MUNN:
James was a Captain in the American Revolution and was on the expedition against the Sandusky Indians under his uncle, Colonel William Crawford.

Volunteer in the American Revolution from PA
 
Child of CAPTAIN MUNN and AZABA VANCE is:
        i.      WILLIAM26 MUNN.

Notes for WILLIAM MUNN:
William submitted a petition for a pension based on his father's record of service.

44.  ANN25 CRAWFORD (COLONEL WILLIAM24, VALENTINE23, WILLIAM22, MAJOR GENERAL LAWRENCE21, HUGH20, HUGH19, CAPTAIN THOMAS18, LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) was born 1743.  She married UFN CONNELL.
 
Child of ANN CRAWFORD and UFN CONNELL is:
        i.      JAMES26 CONNELL.

Notes for JAMES CONNELL:
In his will about James Crawford, "also I do give and bequeath unto James Crawford, son of the said anne Connell and his heirs forever 500 acres of land down the River Ohio there being a warrant for that quantity in his name which was allowed by me as
above mentioned as soon as he arrives to full age."

45.  JOHN25 CRAWFORD (COLONEL WILLIAM24, VALENTINE23, WILLIAM22, MAJOR GENERAL LAWRENCE21, HUGH20, HUGH19, CAPTAIN THOMAS18, LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) was born December 27, 1744 in Frederick County, Virginia, and died September 22, 1816 in Adams County, Ohio.  He married (1) FRANCES BRADFORD 1774 in Westland County, Pennsylvania.  He married (2) EFFIE GRIMES November 30, 1797 in Monroe Township, Adams County, Ohio, daughter of ELIZABETH GRIMES.

Notes for JOHN CRAWFORD:
Buried at Wesleyan Cemetery. Inscription reads:
Col John Crawford
Indian Wars
1-27-1827
Ra 26, Gr 2, Sec 12
Military service: Lt. Revolutionary War

John accompanied his father, William, on the Sandusky battle.
 
Children of JOHN CRAWFORD and EFFIE GRIMES are:
        i.      MARY26 CRAWFORD, d. 1836, Caruty, Kentucky.
        ii.     WILLIAM CRAWFORD, b. Abt. 1772, Westmoreland County, Virginia; d. Abt. 1840, Adams County, Ohio; m. NANCY DIXON, January 26, 1801, Adams County, Ohio.
        iii.    MOSES CRAWFORD, b. Abt. 1776, Westmoreland County, Virginia; d. 1806, Adams County, Ohio.
        iv.     RICHARD CRAWFORD, b. Abt. 1777, Pennsylvania; d. 1822, Lewis County, Kentucky.
        v.      SARAH "SALLIE" CRAWFORD, b. Abt. 1782; m. WILLIAM ROWLAND.
50.     vi.     GEORGE WASHINGTON CRAWFORD, b. June 04, 1790, Kentucky; d. September 20, 1871, Monroe Township, Adams County, Ohio.
        vii.    HANNAH PAMELIA CRAWFORD, b. 1797, Adams County, Ohio; d. July 16, 1826.

Notes for HANNAH PAMELIA CRAWFORD:
Hannah P. was born in OH during that period when her parents were considered unmarried. She is named in the will of her brother Moses as his sister and shared in the life lease on the homestead. .
 
 

46.JOSEPH "JOSIAH"25 CRAWFORD (VALENTINE24, VALENTINE23, WILLIAM22, MAJOR GENERAL LAWRENCE21, HUGH20, HUGH19, CAPTAIN THOMAS18, LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) was born 1742 in Virginia, and died Aft. 1830 in Estill County, Kentucky.  He married (1) ELIZABETH "BETSY" TOWNSEND.  He married (2) UFN ISACCS.

Notes for JOSEPH "JOSIAH" CRAWFORD:

Served in the Revolutionary War, enlisting in 1776 in Captain Durk* Company in the State of PA.
Attached to the 4th regiment of artillery to Captain Duffers' Company Pennsylvania line. Battle of
Brandywine and Jamestown; discharged city of Philadelphia, PA in year 1779 or 1780.
 

1776, Enlisted in Capt. Burks Co., 4th Regiment of Artillery
16 Jul. 1822, Discharged at City of Philadelphia, PA
 
Children of JOSEPH CRAWFORD and ELIZABETH TOWNSEND are:
        i.      MAUDE26 CRAWFORD.
        ii.     ANNA CRAWFORD.
        iii.    IDA CRAWFORD.
 
Children of JOSEPH CRAWFORD and UFN ISACCS are:
51.     iv.     ARCHIBALD "ARCHIE"26 CRAWFORD, b. March 09, 1772, Culpeper County, Virginia; d. March 27, 1866, Breathitt County, Kentucky.
52.      v.      VALENTINE "VOL" CRAWFORD, b. November 15, 1775, Albemarle County, Virginia; d. March 29, 1860, Estell County, Kentucky.
        vi.     AUSTIN CRAWFORD, b. Abt. 1776, Albemarle County, Virginia; d. 1840; m. NANCY CLARK, August 06, 1814.

Notes for AUSTIN CRAWFORD:
Killed by a falling tree

        vii.    CECELIA CRAWFORD, b. Abt. 1780; m. JAHUE COLE, September 23, 1806, Bourbon county, Kentucky.
        viii.   MARTITIA CRAWFORD, b. 1782, Botetourt County, Virginia; d. 1875, Kentucky.
        ix.     GIDEON CRAWFORD, b. Abt. 1786.
        x.      OLIVER CRAWFORD, b. Abt. 1786, Bourbon County, Kentucky; d. Abt. 1860, Wolfe County, Kentucky.
53.     xi.     WILLIAM CRAWFORD, b. Estell County, Kentucky; d. March 08, 1820, Estell County, Kentucky.
        xii.    LUCRETIA "CRESSIE" CRAWFORD, b. May 03, 1778, Albemarle County, Virginia; d. February 1864, Sullivan County, Indiana; m. REESE JONES MORGAN, January 03, 1801, Bourbon county, Kentucky.

47.  GEORGE WASHINGTON25 CRAWFORD (VALENTINE24, VALENTINE23, WILLIAM22, MAJOR GENERAL LAWRENCE21, HUGH20, HUGH19, CAPTAIN THOMAS18, LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) was born Abt. 1750 in Frederick County, Virginia, and died 1819 in Crabtree Township, Haywood County,North Carolina.  He married SARAH KIRBY 1791 in Virginia, daughter of JOSEPH KIRBY and ANN WINDLE.

Notes for GEORGE WASHINGTON CRAWFORD:
George Washington and Sarah Crawford moved to SC, (1790- listed in 96 Dist, SC) then to NC, settling in Stanley Co, then to Burke Co., Abt 1805 they moved to Haywood Co. He died fourteen (14) years later at about the age of 80 at his home.

George Washington Crawford, Sr. served under Capt. John and William McGuer from 1779 until after the fall of Charleston during 1781. He served in the Light Dragoons under Lt. Wade Hampton, Capt. William Alexander and Gen. Sumpter, C.S.A.

Buried at MT Zion Cemetery., Haywood Co., NC

This information can be found in Macon Co., NC. Heritage-History Book, pp 310,345. Also in Marriage Bonds of NC. Annals of Haywood Co., NC by W.C. Allen (1982) pp 158-165. The Family Bible Records of William Thomas Crawford and Sarah Smith,
Compiler James P Beam
P.O. Box 197
Lamesa TX. 79331

Notes for SARAH KIRBY:
Buried at MT Zion Cemetery., Haywood Co., NC
 
Children of GEORGE CRAWFORD and SARAH KIRBY are:
54.     i.      JOSIAH KIRBY26 CRAWFORD, b. May 28, 1793, Burke county, North Carolina; d. April 1873, Crabtree Township, Haywood County, North Carolina.
55.     ii.     WILLIAM THOMAS "TOM" CRAWFORD, b. April 08, 1796, Burke county, North Carolina; d. May 03, 1871, Medina county, Texas.
56.     iii.    ANN "ANNIE" CRAWFORD, b. December 22, 1798, Buncombe County, North Carolina; d. January 31, 1868, Turtletown, Polk County, North Carolina.
57.     iv.     GEORGE WASHINGTON CRAWFORD, JR., b. May 26, 1801, Burke county, North Carolina; d. September 28, 1894, Cartoogechaye Township, Macon County.
58.     v.      SARAH "SALLY" CRAWFORD, b. Abt. 1803, Haywood County, North Carolina; d. Aft. 1860, Clay County, North Carolina.
        vi.     JAMES CRAWFORD, b. February 07, 1809, Haywood County, North Carolina; d. March 31, 1896, Hayville, Clay County, North carolina.
        vii.    ENOS CRAWFORD, b. 1812, Haywood County, North Carolina; d. Before. 1860, Blairsville, Union Gap, Georgia.
        viii.   MARY "POLLY" CRAWFORD, b. November 18, 1813, Haywood County, North Carolina; d. November 06, 1888, Union Gap, Georgia; m. JOHN FLEMMING, Abt. 1848.
        ix.     JOHN CRAWFORD, b. Abt. 1816, Buncombe County, North Carolina; d. Abt. 1823, Haywood County, North Carolina.
        x.      MARGARET CRAWFORD, b. October 17, 1817, Haywood County, North Carolina; d. June 03, 1876, Towns County, Georgia.
        xi.     NANCY HUBBARD CRAWFORD, b. Abt. 1819, Haywood County, North Carolina; d. Abt. 1865, Union Gap, Georgia.

48.  WILLIAM25 CRAWFORD (VALENTINE24, VALENTINE23, WILLIAM22, MAJOR GENERAL LAWRENCE21, HUGH20, HUGH19, CAPTAIN THOMAS18, LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) was born Abt. 1752 in Frederick County, Virginia, and died Abt. 1782 in Wyandott County, Ohio.  He married SARAH ULN.

Notes for WILLIAM CRAWFORD:
While under command of his uncle Col. William Crawford, William was beheaded and quartered by the Sandusky Indians at Wopotomica, an Indian village near Zanesville, OH.
 
Children of WILLIAM CRAWFORD and SARAH ULN are:
59.    i.       WILLIAM26 CRAWFORD, b. Abt. 1782.
         ii.      MARY CRAWFORD, b. Abt. 1783.
         iii.     SARAH CRAWFORD, b. Abt. 1783.
60.    iv.     GEORGE CRAWFORD, b. 1771.

49.  JOHN25 CRAWFORD (VALENTINE24, VALENTINE23, WILLIAM22, MAJOR GENERAL LAWRENCE21, HUGH20, HUGH19, CAPTAIN THOMAS18, LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) was born Abt. 1753, and died Abt. 1816.  He married (1) RACHEL VAN SANT.  He married (2) MARY MARGARET KING, daughter of JOHN KING and CHRISTINA WOLF.  He married (3) FRANCES BRADFORD October 13, 1791 in New York.
 
Children of JOHN CRAWFORD and MARY KING are:
        i.       JOHN26 CRAWFORD, JR., b. Abt. 1802, Orange County, Virginia; d. Abt. 1838, Ohio.
        ii.      GEORGE WASHINGTON CRAWFORD, b. 1805, Orange County, Virginia; d. 1841, ButlerCounty, Ohio; m. ADELINE B. ULN.
        iii.     JAMES BARKLEY CRAWFORD, b. 1812, Orange County, Virginia; d. 1852.
 
Children of JOHN CRAWFORD and FRANCES BRADFORD are:
        iv.     LYDIA26 CRAWFORD, b. December 21, 1794.
        v.      MARTHA CRAWFORD, b. March 18, 1795; d. May 05, 1795.
61.   vi.     WILLIAM BRADFORD CRAWFORD, b. October 09, 1796, New York; d. August 13, 1840, Ohio.
 

Generation No. 26

50.  GEORGE WASHINGTON26 CRAWFORD (JOHN25, COLONEL WILLIAM24, VALENTINE23, WILLIAM22, MAJOR GENERAL LAWRENCE21, HUGH20, HUGH19, CAPTAIN THOMAS18, LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) was born June 04, 1790 in Kentucky, and died September 20, 1871 in Monroe Township, Adams County, Ohio.  He married WINIFRED "WINNIE" MORRISON December 06, 1817 in Lewis County, Kentucky.
 
Children of GEORGE CRAWFORD and WINIFRED MORRISON are:
        i.      JOHN M.27 CRAWFORD, b. September 1818, Kentucky.
        ii.     MARY ANN CRAWFORD, b. Abt. 1820; m. WILLIAM DRENNEN, November 21, 1843.
        iii.    MOSES CRAWFORD, b. September 18, 1823, Adams County, Ohio.
        iv.     ELSEY "ELLIE" CRAWFORD, b. December 17, 1824, Adams County, Ohio; d. February 23, 1901; m. ALFONSO F. SCOTT.
        v.      MOTLEY MORRISON CRAWFORD, b. January 26, 1826, Ohio; d. Abt. 1900, Arapaho County, Colorado.
        vi.     WILLIAM CRAWFORD, b. August 26, 1828, Adams County, Ohio.
        vii.    JULY ANN CRAWFORD, b. August 26, 1830, Adams County, Ohio; d. February 21, 1861, Adams County, Ohio.
        viii.   RICHARD CRAWFORD, b. November 28, 1833, Adams County, Ohio; d. Abt. 1850.
        ix.     HARRIETT CRAWFORD, b. August 02, 1834, Adams County, Ohio; d. August 25, 1860, Adams County, Ohio.
        x.      GEORGE WASHINGTON CRAWFORD II, b. April 22, 1839, Adams County, Ohio; d. January 07, 1927.
        xi.     NOBLE GEORGE CRAWFORD, b. June 09, 1841, Adams County, Ohio; d. January 06, 1919, Portsmouth, Ohio.
        xii.    MELINDA CRAWFORD, b. January 13, 1844, Adams County, Ohio; d. May 01, 1901; m. CHARLES TAYLOR.
        xiii.   CAROLINE CRAWFORD, b. August 02, 1845; d. June 08, 1901; m. ISAAC C. STEVENSON, August 01, 1866.

51.  ARCHIBALD "ARCHIE"26 CRAWFORD (JOSEPH "JOSIAH"25, VALENTINE24, VALENTINE23, WILLIAM22, MAJOR GENERAL LAWRENCE21, HUGH20, HUGH19, CAPTAIN THOMAS18, LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) was born March 09, 1772 in Culpeper County, Virginia, and died March 27, 1866 in Breathitt County, Kentucky.  He married MARGARET BROWN December 07, 1801 in Bourbon county, Kentucky.

Notes for ARCHIBALD "ARCHIE" CRAWFORD:

Served in the War of 1812 as sergeant under General William Henry Harrison when they defeated the
Indians at the Battle of Tippecanoe at Lafayette, IN on November 7, 1811. Archibald was wounded by an
arrow in this battle. He continued to serve until he was mustered out of service in February 1814, when he
returned to Miller's Creek, Estill Co., KY. He was granted 20,000 acres of land in the Middle Fork River
area for his military services.

In the spring of 1815, he moved to Bear Creek to claim his land. His two brothers, Valentine and Gideon
helped him construct a two-room cabin. He owned 30 slaves. Some of his land grant is presently owned
by his descendants and the descendants of his slaves who took the name of Crawford.

Archibald was an eccentric. He built his own coffin and kept it filled with corn under the bed he slept in.
He took a notion to have his own funeral and invited friends and relatives. There was a two-hour eulogy
by the Rev. John Spencer. During the whole affair, Archibald sat in a chair at the head of the coffin which
he had pulled out from under his bed for the occasion.
 

From: Sharon Crawford;  

Archibald Crawford, born March 9, 1772 in Culpeper Co. VA., was first found in Upper Howard Creek,
Clark Co. KY in 1796. He was also on a reconstructed 1800 census schedule compiled from lists of
taxpayers for the state of Kentucky in Clark County. Also shown living in Clark Co. was Austin Crawford,
and Valentine Crawford. Archibald married Margaret (Peggy) Brown Dec. 8, 1801 in Clark Co. KY,
Margaret was born January 6, 1789. In 1820 he was shown in the Estill Co. KY census with four males,
five females and five slaves. Archibald built a home near the Middle Fork of the Kentucky River. In 1850
Breathitt Co KY Archibald at the age of 78 years old is shown as a widow. In his household there are
children who probably are his grandchildren. They are Anderson, Abner, and Margaret Bowman, and
Eviline and Nancy Spicer. Living several households down is Samuel and Rachel Plummer with daughter,
America, age 5 months old. America (Annie) Plummer grew up and married James S. Crawford. James
was the grandson of Archibald Crawford. In the 1860 Breathitt Co. KY census Archibald was living with
his son, Clabourn Crawford. Archibald died March 27, 1866 in Breathitt Co. KY. In 1870 Lee Co. was
form out of Breathitt, Owsley, Estill, and Wolf Counties and in the 1870 census this Crawford family was
found living in Lee Co. KY.
From Early Pioneers On The Three Forks Of The Kentucky River, written by Miles Crawford: Archibald
was a tall thin man nearly 6 and a half foot tall. He wore homespun woolen jeans and linen shirts all year
round. In his younger days he wore a long red beard and handlebar mustache. He carried a long scar on
his right cheek and neck from an arrow he received when he was shot by they Wyandott Indians in the
Battle of Tippecanoe with the Shawnee and Wyandott Indians in 1811 near the city of Lafayette, Indiana.
Archibald continued to serve with General Harrison in the Northwest Territory and was at the Battle of
the Thames in Oct. 1813. He was mustered out in February 1814, and returned to Millers Creek, Estill
Co.
Archibald came from Clark County to the mouth of Bear Creek about 1812. He built a long two room log
house and raised thirteen children. He brought thirty slaves with him. Archibald had been in the War of
1812 as a Sergeant in the Calvary and was granted 20,000 acres land bounty warrant. One ancestor said he
had so much land that he "didn't know where the boundaries were." It is know from tax lists and old
deeds that the boundaries were all the land between the waters of Bear Creek, Upper and Lower Twin
Creek. The 1800-1840 Estill and Breathitt Co. Tax list 20,000 acres of timber land. Most of the land was
inherited by his thirteen children and heirs down through the generations. Some has been sold to other
people, descendants of Archibald's original slaves still live on part of the original tract. They took the name
of Crawford and retain it to the present.
Archibald was a shoe cobbler of sorts, he made shoes from hides he had tanned and put the soles on with
dogwood pegs. About everywhere he traveled he always took along his two Jameson (large Kerr type
hunting dogs). At age 78 years, Archibald decides he wanted his funeral preached while he was still
living, word spread for several miles around about the event. He invited all that could get into the family
room of the house, he pulled a coffin made from black walnut whipsawed lumber from under a huge four
poster bed. The coffin was filled with seed corn and asked them to plant it in memory of the event. Rev.
John D. Spencer, a hard shelled Baptist, preached the funeral. Archibald told the crowd that his large four
poster bed meant more to him than anything else. He had handmade the bed as a wedding present for his
young wife in 1801, she was barely 12 years old when they married, and all of their 13 children were born
in that bed and when his time had come he wanted to die in it. Archibald died 16 years later.
The funeral was attended by James Green Trimble who wrote an account of the event and published in
the book, "Remembrances Of Breathitt County" published by The Jackson Times, Jackson, Breathitt
County, Kentucky.
 
Children of ARCHIBALD CRAWFORD and MARGARET BROWN are:
        i.      ELIZABETH27 CRAWFORD, b. January 23, 1802, Clark County, Kentucky; d. 1889; m. JAMES D. COPE.
        ii.     CLAIBORNE CRAWFORD, b. April 16, 1805, Miller's Creek, Clark County, Kentucky; d. August 09, 1895.
        iii.    LOUVINA CRAWFORD, b. May 22, 1807, Miller's Creek, Clark County, Kentucky; m. JOHN COPE, November 25, 1827.
        iv.     ORANGE "ARCIE" CRAWFORD, b. May 22, 1807, Miller's Creek, Clark County, Kentucky; d. 1838, Owsley County, Kentucky.
        v.      CYNTHIA CRAWFORD, b. October 11, 1810, Miller's Creek, Clark County, Kentucky; d. 1860.
        vi.     VALENTINE CRAWFORD, b. December 23, 1811, Estell County, Kentucky; d. 1859, Breathitt County, Kentucky.
        vii.    OLIVER CRAWFORD, b. June 28, 1814; d. January 11, 1899, Bear Creek, Estill County, Kentucky.

Notes for OLIVER CRAWFORD:
Oliver purchased 1,000 acres of the John Carmens survey on Miller's Creek, Estill Co., KY. He also
owned 1,100 acres of land on Holly Creek, Wolfe Co., KY.

        viii.   OWEN CRAWFORD, b. October 19, 1816, Bear Creek, Estill County, Kentucky.

Notes for OWEN CRAWFORD:
Owen helped manage the family farm which produced 20,000 acres of crops and lumber and supervising the 30 slaves that worked this farm.

        ix.     MARGARET CRAWFORD, b. October 22, 1818; d. 1921.
        x.      WILLIAM HARRISON "HARRY" CRAWFORD, b. December 21, 1818, Bear Creek, Estill County, Kentucky; d. November 28, 1864.
        xi.     MARANDA CRAWFORD, b. April 23, 1821, Estell County, Kentucky; d. Abt. 1850; m. EDWARD SPICER, October 03, 1841, Perry County, Kentucky.
        xii.    SIMPSON CRAWFORD, SR., b. October 13, 1824, Bear Creek, Estill County, Kentucky; d. 1908, Palo Pinto County, Texas.
        xiii.   ALBERT G. CRAWFORD, b. February 16, 1826, Bear Creek, Estill County, Kentucky; d. Abt. 1910.

52.VALENTINE "VOL"26 CRAWFORD (JOSEPH "JOSIAH"25, VALENTINE24, VALENTINE23, WILLIAM22, MAJOR GENERAL LAWRENCE21, HUGH20, HUGH19, CAPTAIN THOMAS18, LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) was born November 15, 1775 in Albemarle County, Virginia, and died March 29, 1860 in Estell County, Kentucky.  He married SUSANNAH RHEY January 10, 1800 in Madison County, Kentucky, daughter of BENJAMIN RAY.
 
Children of VALENTINE CRAWFORD and SUSANNAH RHEY are:
          i.      FRANCES27 CRAWFORD, b. 1801, Estell County, Kentucky; d. Abt. 1854, Estill County, Kentucky; m. ISAAC SPARKS, August 30, 1824, Estill County, Kentucky.
          ii.     ROBERT "RIPPER" LEE CRAWFORD, b. March 1803, Clark County, Kentucky; d. April 23, 1873, Estell County, Kentucky; m. MATILDA V. WATSON, September 25, 1852.
          iii.    OLIVER CRAWFORD, b. May 17, 1805, Clark County, Kentucky; d. July 06, 1876, Estell County, Kentucky; m. DELINA PRUNTY ESTES, May 30, 1831, Madison County, Kentucky.
          iv.     SUSAN GENINGS CRAWFORD, b. 1807; m. AMOS MCMANAGLE, 1825, Estill County, Kentucky.
          v.      JOSEPH CRAWFORD, JR., b. 1809, Madison County, Kentucky; d. 1891, Estell County, Kentucky; m. NANCY GRAY, May 21, 1829.
62.     vi.     JEPTHA M. CRAWFORD, b. December 18, 1812, Estill County, Kentucky; d. January 29, 1863, Jackson County, Missouri.
63.     vii.    NANCY ANN CRAWFORD, b. 1816, Estell County, Kentucky.
64.     viii.   MARSHALL (MART) N. CRAWFORD, b. 1817, Estill County, Kentucky; d. Collins County, Texas.
        ix.     WILLIAM CRAWFORD, b. 1820.
        x.      ARMINA D. CRAWFORD, b. February 11, 1820; m. JOHN N. MOBERLY, January 21, 1856, Estill County, Kentucky.
        xi.     SARILDA "QUILDA" CRAWFORD, b. 1824, Estell County, Kentucky; d. September 27, 1861, Estell County, Kentucky; m. ELIHU BENTON, January 05, 1856, Estill County, Kentucky.
65.     xii.    LOURANA "LOU" CRAWFORD, b. February 08, 1824, Estell County, Kentucky; d. February 10, 1910, Crowell Foard County, Texas.
66.     xiii.   LAURINDA CRAWFORD, b. Abt. 1827.
        xiv.    ELIZABETH "BETSY" CRAWFORD, b. Abt. 1828.
        xv.     HARDIN CRAWFORD, b. Abt. 1833.
        xvi.    JEPTHA CRAWFORD, b. Stillborn.

53.  WILLIAM26 CRAWFORD (JOSEPH "JOSIAH"25, VALENTINE24, VALENTINE23, WILLIAM22, MAJOR GENERAL LAWRENCE21, HUGH20, HUGH19, CAPTAIN THOMAS18, LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) was born in Estell County, Kentucky, and died March 08, 1820 in Estell County, Kentucky.  He married SUSANNAH CURL.
 
Children of WILLIAM CRAWFORD and SUSANNAH CURL are:
        i.      JEPTHA27 DUDLEY CRAWFORD.
        ii.     MERIWEATHER L. CRAWFORD.

54.  JOSIAH KIRBY26 CRAWFORD (GEORGE WASHINGTON25, VALENTINE24, VALENTINE23, WILLIAM22, MAJOR GENERAL LAWRENCE21, HUGH20, HUGH19, CAPTAIN THOMAS18, LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) was born May 28, 1793 in Burke county, North Carolina, and died April 1873 in Crabtree Township, Haywood County, North Carolina.  He married CAREY CATHERINE MCCRACKIN October 18, 1814 in Haywood County, North Carolina.

Notes for JOSIAH KIRBY CRAWFORD:
Buried at MT. Zion Cemetery., Haywood Co., NC
 
Served in War of 1812

More About CAREY CATHERINE MCCRACKIN:
Burial:  Buried at Mt Zion Cemetery, Franklin, NC
 
Children of JOSIAH CRAWFORD and CAREY MCCRACKIN are:
        i.      ANNIE27 CRAWFORD, b. November 04, 1815, Iron Duff Township, haywood County, North Carolina; d. March 04, 1876, Haywood County, North Carolina.
        ii.     SARAH CRAWFORD, b. May 25, 1817, Haywood County, North Carolina; m. BENJAMIN C. DUCKETT, December 21, 1838, Haywood County, North Carolina.
        iii.    REBECCA CRAWFORD, b. December 18, 1818, Haywood County, North Carolina; d. April 17, 1891, Haywood County, North Carolina.
        iv.     MARGUERITE CRAWFORD, b. July 24, 1820, Haywood County, North Carolina; d. April 24, 1882, Buncombe County, North Carolina; m. WESLEY DUCKETT, January 1839, Haywood County, North Carolina.
        v.      ALTHA CRAWFORD, b. July 24, 1821, Haywood County, North Carolina; d. December 20, 1843, Haywood County, North Carolina.
        vi.     JAMES MARION CRAWFORD, b. February 14, 1824, Crabtree Township, Haywood County, North Carolina; d. May 02, 1913, IronDuf, Haywood County, North Carolina.
        vii.    MARY ELMIRA CRAWFORD, b. December 26, 1826, Haywood County, North Carolina; d. October 08, 1909, Haywood County, North Carolina.
        viii.   CYNTHIA CRAWFORD, b. June 26, 1828, Haywood County, North Carolina; m. ELIHU KING.
        ix.     MALINDA JANE "MILLE" CRAWFORD, b. July 05, 1830, Haywood County, North Carolina; d. December 30, 1898, Haywood County, North Carolina.
        x.      AMELIA CRAWFORD, b. November 26, 1831, Haywood County, North Carolina.
        xi.     NANCY MARINDA CRAWFORD, b. June 13, 1834, Haywood County, North Carolina; d. Haywood County, North Carolina.
        xii.    MARTHA CRAWFORD, b. March 13, 1836, Haywood County, North Carolina; d. August 24, 1911, Haywood County, North Carolina; m. ISHAM B. EVENS, October 30, 1858, Haywood County, North Carolina.

Notes for MARTHA CRAWFORD:
 Buried at MT Zion Cemetery, Franklin, NC

55.  WILLIAM THOMAS "TOM"26 CRAWFORD (GEORGE WASHINGTON25, VALENTINE24, VALENTINE23, WILLIAM22, MAJOR GENERAL LAWRENCE21, HUGH20, HUGH19, CAPTAIN THOMAS18, LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) was born April 08, 1796 in Burke county, North Carolina, and died May 03, 1871 in Medina county, Texas.  He married SARAH SMITH.

Notes for WILLIAM THOMAS "TOM" CRAWFORD:
William served in the War of 1812. He enrolled in 1814 with his brother Josiah Kirby Crawford. He was detached to the seventh Army company with William Cathy as First Major and Thomas Lonior as Second Major. The company of seventy-two men and officers was dispatched on January 25, 1815 to rendezvous at Waynesboro, NC, where they remained until sometime in May when they were mustered out of service. The family Bible of William and Sarah is owned by Mrs. Jewel M. Climer of Poteet, Texas.

Buried at  Bigfoot, Frio Co., TX
Came to Texas in 1857

Notes for SARAH SMITH:
21 Aug 1878, Sarah died on Wednesday at 2:40 A.M.
 
Children of WILLIAM CRAWFORD and SARAH SMITH are:
        i.      NANCY27 CRAWFORD, b. July 06, 1818, Haywood County, North Carolina; d. Medina county, Texas.
        ii.     GEORGE WASHINGTON CRAWFORD, b. May 08, 1820, Haywood County, North Carolina; d. Georgia.
        iii.    JOHN C. CRAWFORD, b. September 23, 1823, Haywood County, North Carolina; d. June 18, 1867, Atascisa County, Texas.
        iv.     WILLIAM THOMAS CRAWFORD, b. June 19, 1826, Haywood County, North Carolina; d. 1895, Uvalde County, Texas.
        v.      SARAH "AUNT SIS" CRAWFORD, b. March 27, 1828, Haywood County, North Carolina.
        vi.     MARY ANN "POLLY" CRAWFORD, b. May 05, 1833, Haywood County, North Carolina; d. Aft. 1873, Medina county, Texas.
        vii.    MARGARET E. CRAWFORD, b. March 06, 1837, Polk County, Tennessee; m. WILLIAM F. HALSEL, June 08, 1883, Atascosa County, Texas.
        viii.   JAMES ALEXANDER CRAWFORD, b. October 18, 1836, Polk County, Tennessee; d. April 17, 1923, Texas.
        ix.     ENOS CRAWFORD, b. August 28, 1843, Polk County, Tennessee.
        x.      ELIZABETH J. CRAWFORD.

56.  ANN "ANNIE"26 CRAWFORD (GEORGE WASHINGTON25, VALENTINE24, VALENTINE23, WILLIAM22, MAJOR GENERAL LAWRENCE21, HUGH20, HUGH19, CAPTAIN THOMAS18, LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) was born December 22, 1798 in Buncombe County, North Carolina, and died January 31, 1868 in Turtletown, Polk County, North Carolina.  She married WILLIAM KIMSEY August 06, 1817 in Haywood County, North Carolina, son of THOMAS KIMSEY and NANCY MCCLURE.

Notes for ANN "ANNIE" CRAWFORD:
Buried,  February, 1868, Zion Hill Cemetery, Polk Co., TN
 
Children of ANN CRAWFORD and WILLIAM KIMSEY are:
        i.       THOMAS G.27 KIMSEY, b. Abt. 1818.
        ii.      GEORGE C. KIMSEY, b. Abt. 1820.
        iii.     JOHN D. KIMSEY, b. Abt. 1822.
        iv.     JAMES BIARS KIMSEY, b. Abt. 1824.
        v.      HUMPHEY POSEY KIMSEY, b. Abt. 1826.
        vi.     SARAH ANN KIMSEY, b. Abt. 1828.
        vii.    MARY A. KIMSEY, b. Abt. 1830.
        viii.   MARGARET ANNA KIMSEY, b. Abt. 1832.
        ix.     NANCY KIMSEY, b. Abt. 1834.
        x.      WILLIAM JEPTHA KIMSEY, b. Abt. 1836.
        xi.     HARRIET HAZELTON KIMSEY, b. Abt. 1838.

57.  GEORGE WASHINGTON26 CRAWFORD, JR. (GEORGE WASHINGTON25, VALENTINE24, VALENTINE23, WILLIAM22, MAJOR GENERAL LAWRENCE21, HUGH20, HUGH19, CAPTAIN THOMAS18, LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) was born May 26, 1801 in Burke county, North Carolina, and died September 28, 1894 in Cartoogechaye Township, Macon County.  He married (1) LORENA MOORE, daughter of JOHN MOORE and MARTHA COVINGTON.  He married (2) MARGARET ROBINSON November 25, 1855 in Macon County, North carolina.

Notes for GEORGE WASHINGTON CRAWFORD, JR.:
George's educational opportunities in his younger days were very limited. At the age of fifteen he lost his father, and he being the eldest of the family, the heavy responsible task of taking charge of the family devolved upon him, and he assumed the duty of helping to rear the younger children.

Sept 1894, Buried at MT Zion Cemetery, Franklin, North Carolina
Moved to Buncombe (Haywood) Co., 1805
Left Haywood Co., moving to Wayah Valley (Crawford Cove) Macon co., North Carolina, 1826

Notes for LORENA MOORE:
Stillborn infant daughter buried in Mother's arms.

Buried Jun 1852, MT Zion Cemetery, Franklin, North Carolina
 
Children of GEORGE CRAWFORD and LORENA MOORE are:
        i.      JOHN MOORE27 CRAWFORD, b. December 25, 1829, Franklin, Macon County, North Carolina; d. September 04, 1933, Clay County, North Carolina.
        ii.     RACHEL AMANDA CRAWFORD, b. March 07, 1831; m. ELAM LEANDER SLAGLE, July 31, 1849, Macon County, North carolina.
        iii.    JAMES GILMORE CRAWFORD, b. May 04, 1832, Franklin, Macon County, North Carolina; d. January 19, 1889, Macon, North Carolina.
        iv.     MARTHA ANN CRAWFORD, b. May 11, 1833, Franklin, Macon County, North Carolina; d. November 20, 1920; m. GEPRGE G. ALLMAN, January 18, 1854, Macon County, North carolina.

Notes for GEPRGE G. ALLMAN:
Killed in Civil War 26 July, 1864

        v.      GEORGE WASHINGTON CRAWFORD III, b. November 07, 1834, Franklin, Macon County, North Carolina; d. Alabama.
        vi.     JOAB FRANKLIN CRAWFORD, b. December 11, 1836, Franklin, Macon County, North Carolina; d. May 27, 1901, Union Gap, Georgia.
        vii.    SARAH MATILDA CRAWFORD, b. July 07, 1837, Franklin, Macon County, North Carolina; d. March 10, 1924, North Carolina.
        viii.   MARGARET ELVIRA CRAWFORD, b. June 08, 1839, Franklin, Macon County, North Carolina; d. July 19, 1918, Macon County, North Carolina; m. SIDNEY RAMSEUER SLAGLE, March 05, 1859.
        ix.     WILLIAM DRAYTON CRAWFORD, b. August 01, 1840, Macon County, North Carolina; d. July 08, 1893, Union Gap, Georgia.
        x.      THOMAS ALVIN CRAWFORD, b. January 14, 1842, Franklin, Macon County, North Carolina; d. April 18, 1898, Franklin, Macon County, North Carolina.
        xi.     EMERSON GRAMERSON CRAWFORD, b. October 17, 1843, Franklin, Macon County, North Carolina.
        xii.    WYLET CRAWFORD, b. November 17, 1844, Cartoogechaye Township, Macon County; d. November 13, 1884, Shooting Creek, Clay County, North Carolina.
        xiii.   RICHARD CRAWFORD, b. April 13, 1846, Macon County, North Carolina; d. 1848, Macon County, North Carolina.
        xiv.    CORNELIUS MANLEY CRAWFORD, b. August 15, 1847, Franklin, Macon County, North Carolina; d. Abt. 1850, Macon County, North Carolina.
        xv.     LEONIDUS F. CRAWFORD, b. January 11, 1850, Franklin, Macon County, North Carolina; d. January 31, 1927, Haywood County, North Carolina.
        xvi.    INFANT DAUGHTER CRAWFORD, b. June 07, 1852, Macon County, North Carolina; d. June 07, 1852, Macon County, North Carolina.

Notes for INFANT DAUGHTER CRAWFORD:
June 7, 1852, Buried at MT. Zion Cemetery., Franklin, NC (Buried in Mother's arms)

58.  SARAH "SALLY"26 CRAWFORD (GEORGE WASHINGTON25, VALENTINE24, VALENTINE23, WILLIAM22, MAJOR GENERAL LAWRENCE21, HUGH20, HUGH19, CAPTAIN THOMAS18, LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) was born Abt. 1803 in Haywood County, North Carolina, and died Aft. 1860 in Clay County, North Carolina.  She married WILLIAM MCCONNELL March 22, 1830 in Cherokee County, North Carolina, son of WILLIAM MCCONNELL and RACHEL ADAMS.
 
Children of SARAH CRAWFORD and WILLIAM MCCONNELL are:
        i.      WILLIAM RILEY27 MCCONNELL, b. 1830, North Carolina; m. SARAH E. GROVES.
        ii.     MARGARET MCCONNELL, b. 1836; m. UFN ANDERSON.
        iii.    GEORGE W. MCCONNELL, b. 1841, Cherokee County, North Carolina.

59.WILLIAM26 CRAWFORD (WILLIAM25, VALENTINE24, VALENTINE23, WILLIAM22, MAJOR GENERAL LAWRENCE21, HUGH20, HUGH19, CAPTAIN THOMAS18, LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) was born Abt. 1782.
 
Children of WILLIAM CRAWFORD are:
        i.      ISABEL27 CRAWFORD, b. Abt. 1804.
        ii.     THOMAS CRAWFORD.
        iii.    ELIZABETH CRAWFORD, b. Abt. 1804.
        iv.    ELEANOR CRAWFORD.

60.GEORGE26 CRAWFORD (WILLIAM25, VALENTINE24, VALENTINE23, WILLIAM22, MAJOR GENERAL LAWRENCE21, HUGH20, HUGH19, CAPTAIN THOMAS18, LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) was born 1771.  He married MARY HUME.
 
Children of GEORGE CRAWFORD and MARY HUME are:
        i.      MARY27 CRAWFORD.
        ii.     GEORGE CRAWFORD.
        iii.    WILLIAM HUME CRAWFORD, b. 1799; d. 1875.

61.  WILLIAM BRADFORD26 CRAWFORD (JOHN25, VALENTINE24, VALENTINE23, WILLIAM22, MAJOR GENERAL LAWRENCE21, HUGH20, HUGH19, CAPTAIN THOMAS18, LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) was born October 09, 1796 in New York, and died August 13, 1840 in Ohio.  He married (1) ELIZABETH COOK.  He married (2) ELIZABETH PETERSON June 17, 1822.  He married (3) JANE OSBORNE PARCELS January 24, 1831.
 
Child of WILLIAM CRAWFORD and ELIZABETH COOK is:
        i.      FRANCES27 CRAWFORD.
 
Children of WILLIAM CRAWFORD and ELIZABETH PETERSON are:
        ii.     JOHN C.27 CRAWFORD, b. December 23, 1840.
        iii.    MARY MARGARET CRAWFORD, b. December 16, 1824; d. July 19, 1845.
        iv.     DOCTOR GEORGE WILLIAM CRAWFORD, b. April 11, 1827; d. July 27, 1859.
        v.      DOCTOR LOYAL FIRMAN CRAWFORD, b. April 11, 1827; d. August 07, 1875.
        vi.     WILLIAM KING CRAWFORD, b. May 23, 1829, Butler County, Ohio; d. June 19, 1900, Girard, Kansas.
 
Children of WILLIAM CRAWFORD and JANE PARCELS are:
        vii.    ADLINE27 CRAWFORD, b. April 17, 1831, Butler County, Ohio; d. September 28, 1910; m. STANLEY MANSFIELD CASH, April 18, 1850.

Notes for ADLINE CRAWFORD:
Orphaned at 10; raised by her uncle Morris Parcels.

        viii.   MARTHA ELEANOR CRAWFORD, b. February 13, 1833; d. May 04, 1855; m. JONATHAN MCDANIEL, January 14, 1854.
        ix.     SAMUEL CLARK CRAWFORD, b. September 17, 1837; d. December 19, 1839.
        x.      MORRIS JAMES CRAWFORD, b. November 30, 1838; d. September 25, 1840.
 

Generation No. 27

62.JEPTHA M.27 CRAWFORD (VALENTINE "VOL"26, JOSEPH "JOSIAH"25, VALENTINE24, VALENTINE23, WILLIAM22, MAJOR GENERAL LAWRENCE21, HUGH20, HUGH19, CAPTAIN THOMAS18, LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) was born December 18, 1812 in Estill County, Kentucky, and died January 29, 1863 in Jackson County, Missouri.  He married ELIZABETH (BETSY) HARRIS January 30, 1832 in Jackson County, Missouri, daughter of RUBAN HARRIS and MARGARET MCALEXANDER.

Notes for JEPTHA M. CRAWFORD:
Settled 1831 a short distance South of Oak Grove near Round Prairie, Jackson County, Missouri.
Bought 40 acres, April 25, 1833 in Section 15 Range 48 Township 30. Jackson County Missouri.
Bought 40 acres, May 31, 1836 Section 15 Range 48 Township 30. Jackson County, Missouri.
Bought 40 acres from Richard and Saryn Sneed, 19 September 1846 (NW 1/4 of the NE 1/4 S15 T49 R30)

                                                                 The Will of  Jeptha Crawford

Jeptha Crawford died intestate Appoints Elizabeth Crawford & C.B.L. Booth, Admrs. 18 Dec 1865.
Jeptha Crawford
  Elizabeth Crawford & his children, Laura F. Whitsett, Marion Crawford, Laurana Crawford, Jeptha D. Crawford, F. Alexander Crawford, Volentine Crawford living in Jackson County, Mo., the children of Susan Vandiver & the children of Arminia Selvey. William L. Crawford in Texas, Mariah Crawford supposed in Alabama, Ann E. Selvey in Buchanan County, Mary E. Bowman in Illinois. Signed 18 December 1865.

Farmers Census 1850-1860-1870
Jackson County, Missouri

1850
Crawford, Jeptha  50 Imp. acres  40 unimp.  Value $1200  5 horses  5 oxen

1860
Crawford, Jeptha  70 Imp. acres  90 unimp.  Value $3200  7 horses  1 mule  10 oxen

1870
Crawford, Elizabeth  40 acres  20 woods area  Value $2100  No livestock

More About JEPTHA M. CRAWFORD:
Burial: January 18, 1863, Location: Row 1 Lot 3. Blue Springs Cemetery, Blue Springs Missouri. The inscription reads: Jephthah M. Crawford died 29 January 1863 Age 50 yrs. 1  mo. 12 da.
Elected: August 05, 1836, Monday August 1836. Elected Constable with 40 votes defeating William William's, 11 votes; Thomas P. Clark, 29 votes;  William Nolan, 5 votes.

Marriage Notes for JEPTHA CRAWFORD and ELIZABETH HARRIS:
 
                                                                Recording of their marriage

The State of Missouri, to wit, The undersigned an acting Justice of the Peace for Boone County Township in the County of Jackson, Certifies that on the 30th of January 1831 he united in Matrimony Jeptha M. Crawford & Betsy Harris, Certified this 22nd Feby 1832.
                                                                                              D.C. Butterfield    J.P.
                               Recorded the 29th Feby 1832.
 
Children of JEPTHA CRAWFORD and ELIZABETH HARRIS are:
 
67.     i.        LAURA F. CRAWFORD, b. 1833, Jackson County, Missouri.
68.     ii.       SUSAN JANE CRAWFORD, b. 1835, Jackson County, Missouri; d. August 14, 1863, Kansas City, Missouri.
69.     iii.      ANN ELIZABETH CRAWFORD, b. March 06, 1836, Jackson County, Missouri; d. October 22, 1874, Blue Springs, Jackson County, Missouri.
70.     iv.      ARMINIA CRAWFORD, b. 1838.
          v.       WILLIAM L. CRAWFORD, b. 1839.
71.     vi.      MARY ELIZABETH CRAWFORD, b. April 19, 1840, Jackson County, Missouri; d. June 17, 1920, Grain Valley, Purdee Cemetery, Missouri.
          vii.     MARSHALL N. CRAWFORD, b. 1843.
          viii.    MARION CRAWFORD, b. 1845, Jackson County, Missouri; d. 1872, Jackson County, Missouri; m. SUSAN ELIZABETH ST. CLAIR, November 11, 1869, Jackson county, Missouri.

Notes for MARION CRAWFORD:
                                          Letter of Administration for Marion Crawford

Marion Crawford died Intestate
Marshall N. Crawford apptd. to adm. estate 3 Jan 1872
Marion Crawford...Marshall N. Crawford Admn. with C.B.L. Booth, heirs Elizabeth Crawford, William Crawford, Laura Whitsett, Ann E. Selvey, Rany Selvey, M.N. Crawford, J.D. Crawford, F. Crawford, Valentine Crawford the children of Susan Vandever & the children of Melvina Selvey, & Susan Crawford.

         ix.      RILEY CRAWFORD, b. 1847, Jackson County, Missouri; d. 1864, Cooper County, Missouri.

Notes for RILEY CRAWFORD:
After Riley's father, Jeptha, was murdered by troops of Captain Penick, January 29, 1862, Riley's mother, Elizabeth, took him to William Quantrill and asked him to make a guerrilla of him, so he could avenge his father's death.
He was not only one of the youngest but also one of the hardest fighters on Quantrill's roster. After the Battle of Baxter Springs while eating supper and drinking whiskey from captured rations, Riley stepped up to one of the dead soldiers and said, 'Get up you S.O.B....and to everyone's surprise the man rose. Having feigned death and thinking he had been discovered, stood up before him. Riley drew his pistol and shot him dead.

        x.        LURANA CRAWFORD, b. 1848.
        xi.       JEPTHA DUDLY CRAWFORD, b. 1851, Jackson County, Missouri; m. SARAH C. DEALY, February 25, 1875, Jackson county, Missouri.

Notes for JEPTHA DUDLY CRAWFORD:
Probably changed his name from Dudley Crawford to Jeptha Dudley after his father's murder.

72.    xii.     FLEMING ALEXANDER CRAWFORD, b. 1853, Jackson County, Missouri.
         xiii.    VALENTINE CRAWFORD, b. 1855.

63.  NANCY ANN27 CRAWFORD (VALENTINE "VOL"26, JOSEPH "JOSIAH"25, VALENTINE24, VALENTINE23, WILLIAM22, MAJOR GENERAL LAWRENCE21, HUGH20, HUGH19, CAPTAIN THOMAS18, LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) was born 1816 in Estell County, Kentucky.  She married GREEN BERRY KELLY October 24, 1838 in Madison County, Kentucky.
 
Children of NANCY CRAWFORD and GREEN KELLY are:
        i.      ACHILLES28 KELLY, b. 1839.
        ii.     GREEN BERRY KELLY, b. 1840.
        iii.    SUSAN KELLY, b. 1841.
        iv.     ANDREW KELLY, b. 1843.
        v.      ZENELDA KELLY, b. 1844.
        vi.     WILLIAM KELLY, b. 1845.
        vii.    MARRY KELLY, b. 1847.
        viii.   SARAH KELLY, b. 1849.
        ix.     NANCY KELLY, b. March 10, 1852, Estell County, Kentucky; m. WILLIAM KINDRED.
        x.      JOHN KELLY, b. 1854.
        xi.     EVALINE KELLY, b. 1855.

64.  MARSHALL (MART) N.27 CRAWFORD (VALENTINE "VOL"26, JOSEPH "JOSIAH"25, VALENTINE24, VALENTINE23, WILLIAM22, MAJOR GENERAL LAWRENCE21, HUGH20, HUGH19, CAPTAIN THOMAS18, LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) was born 1817 in Estill County, Kentucky, and died in Collins County, Texas.  He married REBBECA HADDIX.
 
Children of MARSHALL CRAWFORD and REBBECA HADDIX are:
        i.      NANCY28 CRAWFORD, b. 1846.
        ii.     M. N. CRAWFORD, b. 1848.
        iii.    ARMINA CRAWFORD, b. 1850.
        iv.     JNO. D. CRAWFORD, b. 1851.
        v.      ROB CRAWFORD, b. 1853.
        vi.     G W CRAWFORD, b. 1854.

65.  LOURANA "LOU"27 CRAWFORD (VALENTINE "VOL"26, JOSEPH "JOSIAH"25, VALENTINE24, VALENTINE23, WILLIAM22, MAJOR GENERAL LAWRENCE21, HUGH20, HUGH19, CAPTAIN THOMAS18, LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) was born February 08, 1824 in Estell County, Kentucky, and died February 10, 1910 in Crowell Foard County, Texas.  She married BILEY FINNEY March 18, 1844.

Compiled from the book, "Cow by the Tail" written by Jesse James Benton in 1943.

Departure Date: 14 Oct 1872
16 ox-drawn covered wagons
36 people
 including:
    Andy (& other negroes)
    Benton sisters
    Benton, Henry
    Benton, Jesse James, age 8
    Benton, Laurinda/Laurenda Crawford
    Benton, Merl/Merriel
    Benton, Oliver
    Crawford men (3 or more)
    Finney, John
    Finney, Lourana Crawford & 8 children
    Finney, Will(iam)
    Hamilton family
    Kelly, Bud
    Wilson, Job
Route:
    Estill Co., KY - 14 Oct 1872>    Southwest to Chattanooga, TN>    Mississippi River>   Arkansas>
    Red River - Doan's  Crossing>     Indian Territory (OK)>     Texas - North of Dallas>     Collin Co., TX>
    Mart Crawford's farm in Collin Co., TX 14 Dec1872>     100 acres rented near Howlet Creek from
    Widow Wattie Smoot, Denton Co., TX - on forks of Oliver and Denton Creeks 1873-4
 
Children of LOURANA CRAWFORD and BILEY FINNEY are:
        i.      LOUIS28 FINNEY.
        ii.     LOUISA FINNEY, m. MIKE JUDGE.

66.  LAURINDA27 CRAWFORD (VALENTINE "VOL"26, JOSEPH "JOSIAH"25, VALENTINE24, VALENTINE23, WILLIAM22, MAJOR GENERAL LAWRENCE21, HUGH20, HUGH19, CAPTAIN THOMAS18, LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) was born Abt. 1827.  She married MERRILL BENTON November 11, 1847 in Estill County, Kentucky.
 
Child of LAURINDA CRAWFORD and MERRILL BENTON is:
        i.      JESSE JAMES28 BENTON, b. 1864.

Notes for JESSE JAMES BENTON:
Jesse recalls his entire life in the book, "Cow by the tail".
 

Generation No. 28

67.LAURA F.28 CRAWFORD (JEPTHA M.27, VALENTINE "VOL"26, JOSEPH "JOSIAH"25, VALENTINE24, VALENTINE23, WILLIAM22, MAJOR GENERAL LAWRENCE21, HUGH20, HUGH19, CAPTAIN THOMAS18, LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) was born 1833 in Jackson County, Missouri.  She married STEWART WHITSETT March 13, 1852 in Jackson county, Missouri, son of ISAAC WHITSETT and CYNTHIA NOLAND.

Marriage Notes for LAURA CRAWFORD and STEWART WHITSETT:
Married by Joab Powell
 
Children of LAURA CRAWFORD and STEWART WHITSETT are:
73    i.      LEANDER (LEE)29 WHITSETT, b. 1853, Jackson County, Missouri; d. 1925, Jackson County, Missouri.
        ii.     ISAAC J. WHITSETT, b. 1856.
        iii.    CYNTHIA A. WHITSETT, b. 1858.
        iv.    WILLIAM M. WHITSETT, b. 1860.
         v.    ELIZABETH WHITSETT, b. 1863.
        vi.    MARY A. WHITSETT, b. 1865.

68.SUSAN JANE28 CRAWFORD (JEPTHA M.27, VALENTINE "VOL"26, JOSEPH "JOSIAH"25, VALENTINE24, VALENTINE23, WILLIAM22, MAJOR GENERAL LAWRENCE21, HUGH20, HUGH19, CAPTAIN THOMAS18, LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) was born 1835 in Jackson County, Missouri, and died August 14, 1863 in Kansas City, Missouri.  She married (1) WILLIAM NOLAND WHITSETT March 25, 1853 in Jackson county, Missouri, son of ISAAC WHITSETT and CYNTHIA NOLAND.  She married (2) THOMAS VANDEVER March 09, 1856 in Blue Springs, Missouri.

Notes for SUSAN JANE CRAWFORD:
After the murder of her father Jeptha, Susan went from Neutralist to Southern Sympathizer. In early June, while on their way home from Kansas City, Susan, her sister Armenia Selvey and Nephew Jeptha Selvey were arrested and confined to jail, the charges-aiding and abiding the enemy. On August 13, 1863, the jail where they and 14 others were confined collapsed, killing five and injuring the rest. The dead included Elizabeth and Armenia and the sister of William Anderson who later earned the nick-name "Bloody Bill" while avenging the deaths of his sister.
Eight days later, William Quantrill raided and burned the the  city of Lawrence, Kansas where the head of the Kansas Redlegs, who had wreaked havoc on Western Missouri for so long, resided. James Lane escaped, dressed as a woman and hiding in a cornfield.

Marriage Notes for SUSAN CRAWFORD and WILLIAM WHITSETT:
Married by G. F. Harding.

More About THOMAS VANDEVER:
Census: 1860, Living in the Rhoda Harris household with Susan and four children: Arminia, 5: Jeptha, 3: Thomas, 1: Laura, 4 months. Rhoda was the aunt of Susan, sister of her mother Betsy Crawford.

Marriage Notes for SUSAN CRAWFORD and THOMAS VANDEVER:
Married by G. W. Love
 
Children of SUSAN CRAWFORD and THOMAS VANDEVER are:
        i.      ARMINIA29 VANEIVER, b. 1855.
        ii.     JEPTHA I. VANEIVER, b. 1857.
74.   iii.    THOMAS L. VANDEVER, b. December 26, 1857, Jackson County, Missouri; d. May 23, 1931, Jackson County, Missouri.
        iv.     LAURA VANEIVER, b. 1860.
75.   v.      SUSIE VANDEVER, b. February 14, 1860, Jackson County, Missouri; d. May 16, 1941, Jackson County, Missouri.

69.  ANN ELIZABETH28 CRAWFORD (JEPTHA M.27, VALENTINE "VOL"26, JOSEPH "JOSIAH"25, VALENTINE24, VALENTINE23, WILLIAM22, MAJOR GENERAL LAWRENCE21, HUGH20, HUGH19, CAPTAIN THOMAS18, LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) was born March 06, 1836 in Jackson County, Missouri, and died October 22, 1874 in Blue Springs, Jackson County, Missouri.  She married JOHN B. SELVEY January 24, 1854 in Jackson county, Missouri.

Notes for ANN ELIZABETH CRAWFORD:
                                                                Letter of Administration
Ann E. Selvey... Guardian bond for minor heirs. John B. Selvey, sec. by James L. Selvey & Mathew N. Selvey, makes bond of $ 150.00 as guardian of James J., Robert L., Sarah F., Amanda E., Harriet L., John D., Missouri A., William M., Ida M., & Charles E. Selvey minor heirs of Ann E. Selvey. 12 Nov. 1874

Marriage Notes for ANN CRAWFORD and JOHN SELVEY:
Married by Hiram Bowers.
 
Child of ANN CRAWFORD and JOHN SELVEY is:
76.      i.      ROBERT R.29 SELVEY, b. February 06, 1858, Blue Springs, Jackson County, Missouri; d. July 08, 1949, Lamar, Barton County, Missouri.

70.  ARMINIA28 CRAWFORD (JEPTHA M.27, VALENTINE "VOL"26, JOSEPH "JOSIAH"25, VALENTINE24, VALENTINE23, WILLIAM22, MAJOR GENERAL LAWRENCE21, HUGH20, HUGH19, CAPTAIN THOMAS18, LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) was born 1838.  She married CHARLES SELVEY February 28, 1854 in Jackson county, Missouri.

Marriage Notes for ARMINIA CRAWFORD and CHARLES SELVEY:
Married by Richard M. Smith
 
Children of ARMINIA CRAWFORD and CHARLES SELVEY are:
        i.      JEPTHA29 SELVEY.
        ii.     LEWIS FRANKLIN SELVEY, b. Blue Springs, Jackson County, Missouri; d. March 1924; m. NORA VINYARD.
        iii.    WILLIAM ROLAND SELVEY.
71.  MARY ELIZABETH  28 CRAWFORD  (JEPTHA M.27, VALENTINE "VOL"26, JOSEPH "JOSIAH"25, VALENTINE24, VALENTINE23, WILLIAM22, MAJOR GENERAL LAWRENCE21, HUGH20, HUGH19, CAPTAIN THOMAS18, LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) was born April 19, 1840 in Jackson County, Missouri, and died June 17, 1920 in Grain Valley, Purdee Cemetery, Missouri.  She married LEWIS S. BOWMAN March 10, 1861 in Jackson county, Missouri, son of HIRAM BOWMAN and ISABELL HOBLIT.

Notes for LEWIS S. BOWMAN:
In 1861, after his marriage to Mary, Lewis and his brother James left Jackson County, Missouri and returned to Logan County, Illinois in order to escape the brutality inflicted on residents of Western Missouri by the Union Army, Kansas Jayhawkers and Redlegs

Marriage Notes for MARY CRAWFORD and LEWIS BOWMAN:
Married by G. F. Harding
 
Children of MARY CRAWFORD and LEWIS BOWMAN are:
        i.      GENIJIE29 BOWMAN, b. 1864.
        ii.     CHARLES BOWMAN, b. 1865.
        iii.    JAMES M. BOWMAN, b. 1867.
        iv.    DAVID BOWMAN, b. 1868.
        v.     MILTON BOWMAN, b. 1870.
        vi.    WILLIE B. BOWMAN, b. 1870.

72.  FLEMING ALEXANDER 28 CRAWFORD (JEPTHA M.27, VALENTINE "VOL"26, JOSEPH "JOSIAH"25, VALENTINE24, VALENTINE23, WILLIAM22, MAJOR GENERAL LAWRENCE21, HUGH20, HUGH19, CAPTAIN THOMAS18, LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) was born 1853 in Jackson County, Missouri.  He married LIZZIE.
 
Children of FLEMING CRAWFORD and LIZZIE are:
        i.      OSCAR29 CRAWFORD, b. 1878.
        ii.     AUTHUR CRAWFORD, b. 1880.
 

Generation No. 29

73.  LEANDER (LEE)29 WHITSETT (STEWART28 WHITSETT, JEPTHA M.27, VALENTINE "VOL"26, JOSEPH "JOSIAH"25, VALENTINE24, VALENTINE23, WILLIAM22, MAJOR GENERAL LAWRENCE21, HUGH20, HUGH19, CAPTAIN THOMAS18, LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) was born 1853 in Jackson County, Missouri, and died 1925 in Jackson County, Missouri.  He married SUSIE VANDEVER March 06, 1878 in Jackson County, Missouri, daughter of THOMAS VANDEVER and SUSAN CRAWFORD.
 

74.  THOMAS L.29 VANDEVER (THOMAS VANDIVER, JEPTHA M.27, VALENTINE "VOL"26, JOSEPH "JOSIAH"25, VALENTINE24, VALENTINE23, WILLIAM22, MAJOR GENERAL LAWRENCE21, HUGH20, HUGH19, CAPTAIN THOMAS18, LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) was born December 26, 1857 in Jackson County, Missouri, and died May 23, 1931 in Jackson County, Missouri.  He married MARGIE E..

Notes for THOMAS L. VANDEVER:
Fact #1: Thomas' mother, Susan Vandiver and her sister Arminia Selvey and her son Jeptha, had driven a wagon load of produce from Grain Valley to Kansas City and sold it, and was returning by way of Westport when they were captured by Union soldiers. They were held prisoners in what is now downtown Kansas City and were killed in the collapse of the building.

Fact #2: Mr. Vandever's father disappeared during the war (he had a second family in Posey County, Indiana) and was cared for by a neighboring farm family. Separated from his sister who is now Mrs. Susie Whitsett neither of whom knew of the other's existence until both were in their 'teens although they lived near each other on Jackson County farms.

Fact #3: Had a half sister, Mrs. Mary Showers of Reading Pa.

Fact #4; Burial at Forest Hill cemetery after services at the Newcomer chapel in Kansas City.
 
Child of THOMAS L. VANDEVER and MARGIE E. is:
        i.      EMMA JANE30 VANDEVER, b. July 1882; d. January 08, 1906, Jackson County, Missouri; m. EARL NANCE.

Notes for EARL NANCE:
Fact #1: Proprietor of the Nance Cafe at Twelfth and Main Streets. His home was on the Sopbian Plaza.

75. SUSIE29 VANDEVER (THOMAS28 VANDIVER, JEPTHA M.27, VALENTINE "VOL"26, JOSEPH "JOSIAH"25, VALENTINE24, VALENTINE23, WILLIAM22, MAJOR GENERAL LAWRENCE21, HUGH20, HUGH19, CAPTAIN THOMAS18, LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) was born February 14, 1860 in Jackson County, Missouri, and died May 16, 1941 in Jackson County, Missouri.  She married LEANDER (LEE) WHITSETT March 06, 1878 in Jackson County, Missouri, son of STEWART WHITSETT and LAURA CRAWFORD.

Marriage Notes for SUSIE VANDEVER and LEANDER WHITSETT:
                                                    Recording of their marriage

                                                      Lee's Summit  A. D. 1878
State of Missouri
County of Jackson---This is certify that on the 6th day of March, A.D. 1878, Mr. Lee Whitsett and Miss Susan Vandiver were by me united in marriage according to the laws of God and the State of Missouri. At Lee's Summit, Jackson county, Missouri.
                                                   N. H. C. Dryen J. P.
                                                   Prairie Township, J. C. MO

 
Children of SUSIE VANDEVER and LEANDER WHITSETT are:
          i.      WILLIAM LEE30 WHITSETT, b. April 1881.
77.      ii.     THOMAS LEWIS WHITSETT, b. September 1884, Jackson County, Missouri.
78.      iii.    MINNIE ELIZABETH WHITSETT, b. June 01, 1886, Jackson County, Missouri; d. January 31, 1971, Kansas City, Missouri.

76.ROBERT R.29 SELVEY (ANN ELIZABETH28 CRAWFORD, JEPTHA M.27, VALENTINE "VOL"26, JOSEPH "JOSIAH"25, VALENTINE24, VALENTINE23, WILLIAM22, MAJOR GENERAL LAWRENCE21, HUGH20, HUGH19, CAPTAIN THOMAS18, LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) was born February 06, 1858 in Blue Springs, Jackson County, Missouri, and died July 08, 1949 in Lamar, Barton County, Missouri.  He married MARTHA ANN HALL July 26, 1880 in Blue Springs, Missouri.
 
Child of ROBERT SELVEY and MARTHA HALL is:
79.      i.      ETHEL SUSIE30 SELVEY, b. February 25, 1887, Lamar, Barton County, Missouri; d. March 09, 1981, Lamar, Barton County, Missouri.
 

Generation No. 30

77. THOMAS LEWIS30 WHITSETT (LEANDER (LEE)29, LAURA F.28 CRAWFORD, JEPTHA M.27, VALENTINE "VOL"26, JOSEPH "JOSIAH"25, VALENTINE24, VALENTINE23, WILLIAM22, MAJOR GENERAL LAWRENCE21, HUGH20, HUGH19, CAPTAIN THOMAS18, LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) was born September 1884 in Jackson County, Missouri.  He married JESSIE.
 
Children of THOMAS WHITSETT and JESSIE are:
80.    i.      LILLIAN31 WHITSETT, b. 1906.
        ii.     PAULINE WHITSETT, b. 1909.

78. MINNIE ELIZABETH30 WHITSETT (LEANDER (LEE)29, LAURA F.28 CRAWFORD, JEPTHA M.27, VALENTINE "VOL"26, JOSEPH "JOSIAH"25, VALENTINE24, VALENTINE23, WILLIAM22, MAJOR GENERAL LAWRENCE21, HUGH20, HUGH19, CAPTAIN THOMAS18, LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) was born June 01, 1886 in Jackson County, Missouri, and died January 31, 1971 in Kansas City, Missouri.  She married WILLIAM EDWARD PENNINGTON 1906 in Jackson county, Missouri, son of CICERO PENNINGTON and ALMEDA GRUBBS.

Notes for WILLIAM EDWARD PENNINGTON:
William Edward joined his brother and sister in Missouri in 1903. He married Minnie Whitsett whose grand father was a pioneer settler in Jackson County. In 1906 they honeymooned in North Carolina and brought the youngest sister, Josie Anna, back with them.
 
Children of MINNIE WHITSETT and EDWARD PENNINGTON are:
81.      i.      EDWIN LEE31 PENNINGTON, b. December 12, 1907, Dodson, Missouri; d. Hemet, California.
82.   ii.     HAROLD LEWIS PENNINGTON, b. in Kansas City, Missouri.

79.ETHEL SUSIE30 SELVEY (ROBERT R.29, ANN ELIZABETH28 CRAWFORD, JEPTHA M.27, VALENTINE "VOL"26, JOSEPH "JOSIAH"25, VALENTINE24, VALENTINE23, WILLIAM22, MAJOR GENERAL LAWRENCE21, HUGH20, HUGH19, CAPTAIN THOMAS18, LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) was born February 25, 1887 in Lamar, Barton County, Missouri, and died March 09, 1981 in Lamar, Barton County, Missouri.  She married ESTELL JOYCE February 03, 1909 in Jasper, Jasper County, Missouri.
 
Child of ETHEL SELVEY and ESTELL JOYCE is:
83.     i.      LUCILLE SELVEY31 JOYCE, b. May 21, 1914, Lamar, Barton County, Missouri.
 

Generation No. 31

80.  LILLIAN31 WHITSETT (THOMAS LEWIS30, LEANDER (LEE)29, LAURA F.28 CRAWFORD, JEPTHA M.27, VALENTINE "VOL"26, JOSEPH "JOSIAH"25, VALENTINE24, VALENTINE23, WILLIAM22, MAJOR GENERAL LAWRENCE21, HUGH20, HUGH19, CAPTAIN THOMAS18, LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) was born 1906.  She married MR. EWING.
 
Children of LILLIAN WHITSETT and MR. EWING are:
        i.      MARTIN32 EWING.
        ii.     DONALD EWING.
        iii.    RAY EWING.

81.  EDWIN LEE31 PENNINGTON (MINNIE ELIZABETH30 WHITSETT, LEANDER (LEE)29, LAURA F.28 CRAWFORD, JEPTHA M.27, VALENTINE "VOL"26, JOSEPH "JOSIAH"25, VALENTINE24, VALENTINE23, WILLIAM22, MAJOR GENERAL LAWRENCE21, HUGH20, HUGH19, CAPTAIN THOMAS18, LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) was born  in Dodson, Missouri, and died in Hemet, California.  He married BERNICE SAFFER.
 
Children of EDWIN PENNINGTON and BERNICE SAFFER are:
 84.      i.      DARRELL LEE32 PENNINGTON
 85.      ii.     BEVERLY ANN PENNINGTON

82.  HAROLD LEWIS31 PENNINGTON (MINNIE ELIZABETH30 WHITSETT, LEANDER (LEE)29, THOMAS28 VANDIVER, JEPTHA M.27, VALENTINE "VOL"26, JOSEPH "JOSIAH"25, VALENTINE24, VALENTINE23, WILLIAM22, MAJOR GENERAL LAWRENCE21, HUGH20, HUGH19, CAPTAIN THOMAS18, LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) was born  in Kansas City, Missouri.  He married GLORIA SYBIL HENNE November 26, 1943 in Kansas City, Missouri, daughter of ALBERT HENNE and CLARA HORNBERG.
 
Children of HAROLD PENNINGTON and GLORIA HENNE are:
86.      i.      PAM LEE32 PENNINGTON, b. in Kansas City, Missouri.
87.     ii.     DEBORAH SUSAN PENNINGTON, b. in Kansas City, Missouri.
88     iii.    WILLIAM FREDRICK PENNINGTON, b. in Kansas City, Missouri.
89     iv.     MARK DRURY PENNINGTON, b. in Jackson County, Missouri.

83.  LUCILLE SELVEY31 JOYCE (ETHEL SUSIE30 SELVEY, ROBERT R.29, ANN ELIZABETH28 CRAWFORD, JEPTHA M.27, VALENTINE "VOL"26, JOSEPH "JOSIAH"25, VALENTINE24, VALENTINE23, WILLIAM22, MAJOR GENERAL LAWRENCE21, HUGH20, HUGH19, CAPTAIN THOMAS18, LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) was born  in Lamar, Barton County, Missouri.  She married HAROLD EDWIN CLOW April 20, 1935 in Joplin, Missouri.
 
Children of LUCILLE JOYCE and HAROLD CLOW are:
        i.      DAVID SANFORD32 CLOW, Lamar, Barton County, Missouri; m. BONNIE LEE DAWSON, November 11, 1960.
        ii.     DONALD HAROLD CLOW m. CAROLYN LEE ALCORN, June 09, 1967, Joplin, Missouri.
        iii.    CONNIE SUE CLOW m. DAVID FRANKLIN BOGNER, December 19, 1970, Joplin, Missouri.
 

Generation No. 32

84.  DARRELL LEE32 PENNINGTON (EDWIN LEE31, MINNIE ELIZABETH30 WHITSETT, LEANDER (LEE)29, LAURA F.28 CRAWFORD, JEPTHA M.27, VALENTINE "VOL"26, JOSEPH "JOSIAH"25, VALENTINE24, VALENTINE23, WILLIAM22, MAJOR GENERAL LAWRENCE21, HUGH20, HUGH19, CAPTAIN THOMAS18, LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) was born August 30, 1929.  He married (1) JEAN HOOPER.  He married (2) PHYLLIS.
 
Children of DARRELL PENNINGTON and JEAN HOOPER are:
        i.      DAVID LEE33 PENNINGTON, b.  California.
        ii.     BRADLEY LEWIS PENNINGTON, b. California.

85.  BEVERLY ANN32 PENNINGTON (EDWIN LEE31, MINNIE ELIZABETH30 WHITSETT, LEANDER (LEE)29, LAURA F.28 CRAWFORD, JEPTHA M.27, VALENTINE "VOL"26, JOSEPH "JOSIAH"25, VALENTINE24, VALENTINE23, WILLIAM22, MAJOR GENERAL LAWRENCE21, HUGH20, HUGH19, CAPTAIN THOMAS18, LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) .  She married PATRICK LARICH.
 
Children of BEVERLY PENNINGTON and PATRICK LARICH are:
        i.      PAMELA LEE33 LARICH
        ii.     PAULA ANN LARICH
        iii.    TONY PATRICK LARICH

86. PAM LEE32 PENNINGTON (HAROLD LEWIS31, MINNIE ELIZABETH30 WHITSETT, LEANDER (LEE)29, LAURA F.28 CRAWFORD, JEPTHA M.27, VALENTINE "VOL"26, JOSEPH "JOSIAH"25, VALENTINE24, VALENTINE23, WILLIAM22, MAJOR GENERAL LAWRENCE21, HUGH20, HUGH19, CAPTAIN THOMAS18, LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) was born May 03, 1943 in Kansas City, Missouri.  She married JUAN MARTIN MUNOZ in Columbia, Missouri.
 
Children of PAM PENNINGTON and JUAN MUNOZ are:
90.    i.      KRISTIN ELIZABETH33 MUNOZ, b.  Columbia, Missouri.
        ii.     HEATHER NICOLLE MUNOZ, m. ERIC BROCKMAN BLAND, May 08, 1999, St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Beaufort, North Carolina.

87.  DEBORAH SUSAN32 PENNINGTON (HAROLD LEWIS31, MINNIE ELIZABETH30 WHITSETT, LEANDER (LEE)29, LAURA F.28 CRAWFORD, JEPTHA M.27, VALENTINE "VOL"26, JOSEPH "JOSIAH"25, VALENTINE24, VALENTINE23, WILLIAM22, MAJOR GENERAL LAWRENCE21, HUGH20, HUGH19, CAPTAIN THOMAS18, LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) was born in Kansas City, Missouri.  She married DAVID ALLEN ADAMS in Kansas City, Missouri, son of ROBERT ADAMS and PEGGY.
 
Children of DEBORAH PENNINGTON and DAVID ADAMS are:
        i.      TIMOTHY ALLEN33 ADAMS
91.    ii.     CARRIE LYNN ADAMS Kansas City, Missouri.

88.  WILLIAM FREDRICK32 PENNINGTON (HAROLD LEWIS31, MINNIE ELIZABETH30 WHITSETT, LEANDER (LEE)29, LAURA F.28 CRAWFORD, JEPTHA M.27, VALENTINE "VOL"26, JOSEPH "JOSIAH"25, VALENTINE24, VALENTINE23, WILLIAM22, MAJOR GENERAL LAWRENCE21, HUGH20, HUGH19, CAPTAIN THOMAS18, LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) was born September 17, 1952 in Kansas City, Missouri.  He married SHERRILL KAY CARPENTER January 26, 1986 in Hickman Mills, Missouri, daughter of DALE CARPENTER and ANITA OLIVER.
 
Child of WILLIAM PENNINGTON and SHERRILL CARPENTER is:
        i.      TRAVIS JOEL33 PENNINGTON, b. Independence, Missouri.

89.  MARK DRURY32 PENNINGTON (HAROLD LEWIS31, MINNIE ELIZABETH30 WHITSETT, LEANDER (LEE)29, LAURA F.28 CRAWFORD, JEPTHA M.27, VALENTINE "VOL"26, JOSEPH "JOSIAH"25, VALENTINE24, VALENTINE23, WILLIAM22, MAJOR GENERAL LAWRENCE21, HUGH20, HUGH19, CAPTAIN THOMAS18, LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) was born May 25, 1954 in Jackson County, Missouri.  He married (1) PAULA.  He married (2) DIANA VOSS July 02, 1986 in Jackson county, Missouri/ Missouri Town 1855.
 
Children of MARK PENNINGTON and DIANA VOSS are:
        i.      NICKOLAS MARK33 PENNINGTON
        ii.     DIANNA VOSS
        iii.    MICHAEL VOSS
 

Generation No. 33

90. KRISTIN ELIZABETH33 MUNOZ (PAM LEE32 PENNINGTON, HAROLD LEWIS31, MINNIE ELIZABETH30 WHITSETT, LEANDER (LEE)29, LAURA F.28 CRAWFORD, JEPTHA M.27, VALENTINE "VOL"26, JOSEPH "JOSIAH"25, VALENTINE24, VALENTINE23, WILLIAM22, MAJOR GENERAL LAWRENCE21, HUGH20, HUGH19, CAPTAIN THOMAS18, LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) was born  in Columbia, Missouri.  She married CHRISTOPHER SHORBE.
 
Child of KRISTIN MUNOZ and CHRISTOPHER SHORBE is:
        i.      JENNIFER34 SHORBE.

91.  CARRIE LYNN33 ADAMS (DEBORAH SUSAN32 PENNINGTON, HAROLD LEWIS31, MINNIE ELIZABETH30 WHITSETT, LEANDER (LEE)29, LAURA F.28 CRAWFORD, JEPTHA M.27, VALENTINE "VOL"26, JOSEPH "JOSIAH"25, VALENTINE24, VALENTINE23, WILLIAM22, MAJOR GENERAL LAWRENCE21, HUGH20, HUGH19, CAPTAIN THOMAS18, LAWRENCE17, ROBERT16, MALCOLM15, MALCOLM14, ROGER13, REGINALD12, JOHN, JOHN, REGINALD DE CRAWFORD, HUGH OR JOHN, GALFRIDUS, JOHN, REGINALD5, REGINALD4, DOMINCUS3 CRAWFORD, REGINALD2, ALAN1) was born in Kansas City, Missouri.  She married RODNEY BRAWNER.
 
Child of CARRIE ADAMS and RODNEY BRAWNER is:
        i.      MICHELLE34 BRAUNER