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From: "Gary Craig" <>
Subject: Re: [CRAIG-L] George Craig
Date: Mon, 23 Apr 2001 12:26:56 -0700
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Have a George W. Craig born KY and died KY, buried in Mercer County, KY....
but his birth date of 1852 is a generation or so off.... gdc
Gary D. Craig

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From: "Sally Singleton Lawlor" <>
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Sent: Sunday, April 22, 2001 7:00 PM
Subject: Re: [CRAIG-L] George Craig


> Does anyone know anthing about George W Craig born 1813 in Kentucky and
died
> Pike County Indiana 1888, he married Charlotte Moore Chesnut in Laurel
> County Kentucky. Charlotte born 1819 in Ohio and died 1898 in Pike County
> Indiana. George W. Craig's parents--David Craig born 1767 and died before
> 1858 in Knox County Kentucky. This David Craig according to family
history
> had a tavern on the wilderness road near Knox County Tennessee and later
> before 1810 moved to Knox County Kentucky. Any help would be appreciated.
> Sally
> Sally Singleton Lawlor
>
> Researching Craigs of Indiana, Kentucky and Virginia.
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