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This is probably too much information but it's all I know of the Crawford family. There was another unrelated Crawford family in Rush County during those years I believe.
The Crawford Family
By Patrick R. Pearsey
David Crawford was born about 1708 in Scotland. His wife was Jane A. Douglas, born about 1712 in England. They came to Pennsylvania by 1734.
ii. James Crawfordb.ca.1736
David Crawford was born about 1740 to David and Jane (Douglas) Crawford. He married on August 12, 1766 in Christ Church, Merrion, Pennsylvania to Lydia Lloyd. They were previously married on May 1, 1766 in a ceremony at Baltimore, Maryland. The family moved from Merrion, Pennsylvania to Maryland in 1774-75. They lived in New Windsor, Carroll County, Maryland. David died there on March 16, 1812. Lydia died near Westminster, Maryland, on August 30, 1819.
iii. David Lloyd Crawfordb.10-25-1771d.3-22-1846
Rachel died at Baltimore, Maryland.
vii.Evan Lloyd Crawfordb.8-31-1779d.3-19-1861
m.12-26-1811 Isabella Smith (Baltimore, Maryland)
David "Daniel" Lloyd Crawford was born October 25, 1771 in Christ Church, Merrion, Pennsylvania, to David and Lydia (Lloyd) Crawford. David was listed in the 1790 census of Frederick County, Maryland and was a member of St. Peter's Lutheran Chuch of that county. He married Suzanne, who was born February 7, 1773 in Maryland. He was often called Daniel.
There is a land record where a Daniel Crawford patented land at the Steubenville, Ohio land office on September 6, 1806. This may or may not be David L. Crawford. "The Western Spy" reported on May 8, 1813 that David Crawford and Abram Banton had appraised a horse found by Paul Baird of Lanier Township, Preble County, Ohio. On October 23, 1816, Daniel was a resident of Montgomery County, Ohio when he entered land in Darke County, Ohio.
In Preble County Court of Common Pleas, a case brought against David L. Crawford by Adrian Aten was discontiued on December 18, 1816. Another case against David was dismissed on may 14, 1817. Davod Crawford patented land on September 21, 1819 from the U.S. Government, the grant being signed by President James Monroe. He was listed in the census of Monroe township, Preble County, Ohio in 1820. He was taxed for 162 acres of land that year. On January 21, 1824, Daniel entered 80 acres in Rushville township of Rush County, Indiana. On October 8, 1824, David L. and Susana Crawford of Monroe Township, Preble County sold to George Horn for $800, 160 acres in Section 25 of Township 9, Range 2 (which he had patented in 1819). At this point it can be presumed that the family was moving to settle their land in Indiana. However, James Tully took David L. Crawford to court in Preble County on October 26, 1824. The last court record for David in Ohio came on October!
5, 1825 when he and son Jacob were taken to court.
In October 1836, D.L. Crawford took a Mr. & Mrs. Hiram Smith to court to dismiss the costs in a slander suit. Witnesses appearing for David were his daughter Rachel and her husband William Pearsey, David A. Crawford and David Crawford, Matilda Crawford and Elizabeth Crawford, children of his late son Jacob Crawford. Hiram Smith had married Jacob's widow 3 months earlier and a court case had erupted over the estate, which was being administered by William Pearsey.
In April of 1839, David L. Crawford was sued by his son David A. Crawford over a debt. David sold 32 acres of his land to William Pearsey on May 18, 1840. In the spring of 1841, David L. Crawford was indicted by the State of Indiana for perjury, alon g with William Pearsey. Both were fined $300. David L. Crawford died on March 22, 1846, one mile west of Rushville, Indiana. Suzanne Crawford died August 18, 1845. Both are buried in East Hill Cemetery.
1. i.Rachel Crawfordbpt.11-17-1793d.ca.1838
2. ii.Jacob Crawfordb.ca.1793d.5-12-1835
3. iii. Abigail Crawford b.ca.1796d.ca.1845
4. iv. Evan A. Crawfordb.ca.1803d.ca.1833
5. v. Elizabeth Crawfordb.3-10-1805d.1-31-1890
vi. Lydia Crawfordb.ca.1808
m. 4-27-1826 James McManus (Rush Co. In.) Her children Rachel and John
lived with William Pearsey, their uncle, in 1850.
vii. Sarah Crawfordb.December 1811
m.6-23-1831 Samuel Stafford (Rush Co. In.)
6. viii. David A. Crawfordb.12-22-1814d.10-7-1901
1)Rachel Crawford was baptized November 17, 1793 in St. Peter's Lutheran Church, Woodsboro, Frederick County, Maryland, the daughter of Daniel and Suzanna Crawford. She married (1) December 23, 1817 in Preble County, Ohio to Thomas Cassady Jr., born ca.1800 to Thomas and Margaret (McGriff) Cassady, died in 1826 in Rush County, Indiana and (2) July 3, 1828 in Rush County, Indiana , born June 25, 1802 in Virginia to Charles and Elizabeth (Lower) Pearsey, died February 23, 1856, unknown place.
Rachel and Thomas Cassady entered 80 acres in Rushville township of Rush County, Indiana on January 12, 1821, 3 months after land first went on sale there. They entered more land on October 6, 1823. They had three children when Thomas died in 1826. Rachel may have given birth to a daughter, Ruth, in 1827 to William Pearsey. She married him in 1828 and gave him two sons before passing away about 1838. Pearsey served from 1833-1841 as guardian of Thomas Cassady Jr.?s 3 children and from 1833-1846 as administrator of the estate of Thomas Cassady Jr. Rachel's burial place is unknown.
i. David Cassadyb.1819
David was indicated in October 1840 for betting in Rush County. He was fined
6. ii. William Cassadyb.4-14-1822d.8-10-1889
7. iii. Susannah M. Cassady b.1824d.1923
9 v. John Hale Pearsey b.12-14-1829d.11-30-1902
10. vi. Samuel J. Pearseyb.4-17-1834d.9-27-1916
2)Jacob Crawford was born about 1793 in Maryland. He married February 12, 1818 in Preble County, Ohio to Mary Miller. Jacob was involved in a Preble County , Ohio court case with his father in 1825. Jacob purchased 80 acres on April 18, 1828 from Wear Cassady in Rushville township of Rush County, Indiana. He died there May 12, 1835.
William Pearsey, Jacob's brother-in-law, served as guardian of Jacob's 8 children from 1836-1847. From 1836-1853 Pearsey served as administrator of his estate.
i. Matilda Crawfordb.ca.1818
m.1-26-1837 Jesse R. Low (In Rush Co. In.)
ii. Elizabeth Crawfordb.ca.1820
m.9-5-1837 Alpheous T. Winchill (In Rush Co. In.)
iii. Susan Crawfordb.ca.1820
m.11-6-1842 James H. Thomas
iv. David Crawfordb.ca.1822
v. John Crawfordb.ca.1823
vi. Evan Crawfordb.ca.1828
vii. William Crawfordb.ca.1831
viii. Valentine Crawfordb.ca.1833
7.Abigail Crawford was born about 1799 in Maryland to David L. and Susanna (Lloyd) Crawford. She married on November 6, 1817 in Preble County, Ohio to Valentine Phillips, was born about 1797 in Grainger County, Tennessee to John and Catherine (Cassady) Phillips. Their son Simon had a tradition of Valentine being born in Maryland, but this probably stems from Valentine's father John Phillips living in Maryland at some point. Valentine served as a private in the regiment of his brother Captain Simon Phillips during the War of 1812. Valentine lived in Darke County, Ohio in 1820-23. In 1826 he moved his family to Rushville Township of Rush County, Indiana. He purchased land there on May 1, 1826. He died there in 1840. In May 1841, William Pearsey was appointed administrator of the estate of Valentine Phillips. Abigail died there in 1845.
Simon was born in Ohio and died in Rensselaer, Jasper Co. In.
3)Evan A. Crawford was born about 1803, possibly in Ohio. He married (1) November 13, 1823 to Allillia Roebuck in Preble County, Ohio and (2) October 4, 1832 in Rush County, Indiana to Vashti Sutton. On August 27, 1825, Evan purchased 80 acres from William Cassady in Rushville township of Rush County, Indiana. He purchased 80 additional acres on November 6, 1830 from Wear Cassady. About 1833, Evan died in Rushville township of Rush County.
11. i. David R. Crawfordb.ca.1825
m.1-29-1846 Sarah Webb (1825-1893) (In Rush Co. In.)
4)Elizabeth Crawford was born March 10, 1805 in Ohio. She married July 14, 1825 in Rush County, Indiana to Robert Webb, son of Adrian Webb Sr. Elizabeth bore a child in 1841 to William Pearsey, her brother-in-law. Robert Webb was sick as early as 1827, his father-in-law David L. Crawford having to haul him around according to bills Webb owed Crawford. Robert died sometime in 1835, near Rushville, Indiana, most likely. His estate was probated in January 1836. "Betty" Webb died in Rushville on January 31, 1890. She is buried in East Hill Cemetery.
i. Evan Crawford Webb "Ivan"b.9-8-1827d.1912
m.2-17-1847 Ellen C. Darmer (1823-1894) (In Shelby Co. In.)
Note: Ivan and Ellen Webb moved to Iowa with the Benefiel group (Benefiel was married to Ellen's sister). They stayed a few years and returned to Shelby County, Indiana. On their return, Ivan became a minister.
In 1910, Evan C. Crawford resided in Fairview Township, Fayette County, Indiana. His father was born in Virginia, mother in Maryland according to what the census taker wrote down. Evan died in Delaware Co. In. and is buried in the Jones Cemetery, Harrison Twp.
ii. Martha Webbb.ca.1826
m.1-24-1847 John Gilson
Resided Rushville Township, Rush County, Indiana, 1850.
iii. Mary A. Webbb.ca.1831
m. 10-16-1850 Weir Webb
Not at home, September 16, 1850.
12. iv. William A. Webbb. December 1834d. 6-8-1902
v. Susan M. Webbb.ca.1839
Living in Elizabeth Webb's home, 1850.
13. vi. Alfred Manlie Pearseyb.10-1-1841d.2-25-1920
5) David Aperman Crawford was born December 22, 1814 in Ohio. He married (1) May
24, 1835 in Rush County, Indiana to Margaret Cassady, died April 3, 1856, aged 43 years, 1 month and 17 days. (2) August 24, 1858 in Rush County, Indiana to Margaret (Webb) Pearsey . David sued his father in April 1839 over a debt. In the spring of 1841, Thomas Casady took David to court over a debt of $100. The court found for Casady in the amount of $66.70, on October 30, 1841.
William Pearsey, as the administrator of Daniel L. Crawford in April 1853, sued David A. Crawford over some notes signed by David on December 25, 1845. David failed to show in court three times and was fined $252.52. In the spring of 1850, David was indicted for betting and fined $2.
David A. Crawford was arrested on March 20, 1876 for assaulting Washington Levi. It isn?t known what precipitated the assault. In later years, Margaret Crawford got behind on the property taxes several times, owing a county high $286 in overdue taxes in 1880. In July 1891, she built a new house on the Shelbyville Pike which ran past her property. David died near Rushville, Indiana on October 7, 1901. David was a Mason. He is buried in East Hill Cemetery with both of his wives.
i. Weir Cassady Crawford b.ca.1836 d.3-6-1886
Enlisted 2-1-1862 in Co. G of the 52nd Indiana Infantry Regiment.
Buried in East Hill Cemetery.
ii. Jacob Crawfordb.ca.1838
iii. Elizabeth E. Crawfordb.4-24-1839d.2-24-1864
Buried in East Hill Cemetery.
iv. Rachel C. Crawfordb.1840d.1929
m.1863 Henry C. King m. David Jones Buried in East Hill Cemetery.
m. 1872 Amelia Foster Enlisted 2-1-1862 in Co. G of the 52nd Indiana Inf. Reg.
vi.Susan Margaret Crawford b.ca.1844
m. Theo Friend
vii.Sarah C. Crawfordb.9-19-1846d.1-30-1939
m. 4-30-1868 John P. Guffin (In Rush Co. In.) Buried in East Hill Cemetery.
m.1864 Jesse Gilkens
xi.Gerusia Crawfordb.d.3-26-1868 12 y 5 mo 23 dy
m. 1875 William Ferree
6)William Cassady was born April 14, 1822 in Rush County, Indiana to Thomas and Rachel (Crawford) Cassady. Will Cassady was raised by step-father William Pearsey. Will Cassady was admitted to the Rush County Bar and was a leading attorney in Rushville, Indiana for many years. He served as principal of the Rush County Seminary in 1850. It was written in a county history that he lost control of the student body at that time and with the help of a trustee and a "good supply of well developed switches, the rebellion was supressed with a heavy hand."
Will gave a speech on April 21, 1861 on the courthouse steps after the attack on Ft. Sumter. He was defeated for the office of State Senator in 1864 but remained active in local Democratic politics for years. He married on November 21, 1867 to Amelia Selby of Kentucky. He died in Rushville on August 10, 1889 and is buried in East Hill Cemetery.
7)Susannah Margaret Cassady was born in 1824 to Thomas and Rachel (Crawford) Cassady. Susan Cassady married on November 12, 1846 in Rush County to Benjamin Franklin Tingley (1823-1904) a local attorney. When Susan was 6, she was in the crowd in Rushville as Edward Swanson was hanged for murder. Her stepfather William Pearsey was one of the militiamen assigned to guard the prisoner. When she died in 1923 at age 99, she was probably the last witness to Rush County's only legal hanging. She had no children.
9) John Hale Pearsey was born December 14, 1829 near Rushville, Indiana to William and Rachel (Crawford) Pearsey. He was named for his Uncle John Hale, John Pearsey was working on his father's farm in 1850. On September 10, 1856, John married to Elizabeth Ellen Cassady, daughter of Sampson and Cornelia (Webb) Cassady, born March 2, 1835 in Rush County, Indiana.
John Pearsey received a 1/6 share of the family homestead of 320 acres on his father's death and he proceeded to buy out the interest of his siblings in that parcel of land. He gave 80 acres to sister Alma in 1877 for $1.00, while sister Fannie sold her share of the 320 acres to John in 1887 for the same amount. John was worth $6,500 in 1860. He laid out a gravel road that bisected the family farm from north to south, beginning at the Shelbyville Turnpike. John built a toll gate at the north end, which was permitted by law, since he was responsible for maintaining the road. He had farm and household servants, as did his father.
John was called into court several times in the 1870's , probably due to cosigning loans for Samuel. He and brother Samuel Pearsey were sued by Benjamin F. Tingley, an attorney, (and husband of their sister Susannah M. Cassady) for $633.35 owed on April 13, 1870. John J. Wilson took him to court over $110 on January 24, 1871 and Tingley sued him again on May 22, 1877 over $833.13. John purchased a lot in Tingley?s development on the east side of Rushville in 1878, buying 3 acres for $6,500. He sold the land in 1880 for $1,500. Apparently he was still able to do business with him.
John Pearsey operated a dairy farm in the 1870's, but by 1879 had sold off half of the acreage he had in 1867. John served as a Deacon of the Main Street Christian Church between 1872 and 1878, also serving as church trustee. In 1880, he purchased a lot at 232 W. 2nd. St. in Rushville, building a two story house with four rooms. He built a store next to this home, opened a meat market in 1882, hiring a man to do the butchering for him.
John sold a prize stallion in February 1882, said to be one of the best in the county. In April, 1882, John Pearsey was appointed judge for the 4th Ward during the local elections. He was selected to the visiting committee to the Rush County Children's Home in June 1884. In 1888, John ran for Rushville township trustee on the Democratic ticket. He won his ward, but was defeated by a 2 to 1 margin in the final tabulation.
In July 1894, John opened a grocery store, which turned out to be a success. His children William and Edith worked in it. In 1895, he sold the remaining 40 acres of the Pearsey farm that had been in the family since 1840.
Elizabeth E. Pearsey suffered from asthma and she went with John to a Cincinnati physician to treat it. He gave her a prescription of taking a nightly sponge bath and a special medication, which completely cured her condition.
John adored his daughter Edith, for whom he bought the first grand piano and sewing machine, spoiling in the process. He died of Bright's disease at 10:30 a.m. on November 30, 1902 at home. The services were held at his residence. Elizabeth passed away in June 27, 1928. A fine, proud woman, she was a member of the Main Street Christian Church and the American Red Cross during WWI. Both John and Elizabeth Pearsey are buried in East Hill Cemetery.
m.11-27-1878 Morris M. Winship (1854-1946) (In Rush Co. In.)
ii.William C. Pearseyb.7-29-1860d.1-15-1933
m.12-3-1884 Clara B. Smith (1862-1915) (In Rush Co. In.)
iii.Sampson Cassady Pearsey b.1863d.8-1-1894
m.12-15-1887 Mollie McCune (1868- ) (In Decatur Co. In.)
iv.Edith Pearsey b.June 1876
m. William A. Cory When a suitor once tossed a rock against her bedroom window, Edith's father rushed down the stairs in pursuit of the boy, knocking over a vase in the process. Edith graduated from the Rushville Academy and Musical Institute in June, 1893. Resided Superior, Wisconsin, in 1933. Member of DAR No children. Buried in East Hill Cemetery.
10) Samuel Jackson Pearsey was born April 17, 1834 near Rushville, Indiana to William and Rachel (Crawford) Pearsey. Samuel married on January 19, 1859 to Manorah Jane Boblett, born December 25, 1841 in Rushville, Indiana to Isaac and Elizabeth (Hilkert) Boblett, in the bride's home. Samuel resided in Jackson township of Rush County in 1860, on a 60 acre plot left to him by his father. He had a severe drinking problem that plagued him most of his life. Samuel was taken into court over debts.
In 1872, Samuel left his wife to join the Alaskan gold rush, spending the years 1872-73 in the gold fields. He then returned to Nora Pearsey, who must have been an understanding woman. Sam?s low point came on February 12, 1877. On that day, he went to the court house in Rushville to sign away most, if not all of his personal property and 60 acres of land in Posey township to pay debts. His property was valued at $237.75 and land at $2,000. The property sold included household and kitchen furniture, three horses, a milk cow and two wagons. He still had an 80-acre plot in Jackson township of Rush County that he inherited with his brother from William Pearsey in 1856. This too, had to be sold in 1880.
His granddaughter Jeannette Crouch told a story about how Samuel often had to be brought home in a mule drawn wagon after a night's drinking by daughter Hattie.
In 1883, he moved his family to Greenfield, Indiana, where his mother-in-law lived, where they lived several years. Other places the family lived were Carthage, in Rush County in July, 1889 and Greenfield again, in July, 1896.
As an older man, Samuel decided to "take the cure" and went to the Keeley Institute. Established in Plainfield, Indiana in 1891, it was one of the first detoxification centers in the U.S. and it did indeed cure Samuel Pearsey's drinking problem. As a result, for the rest of his life, he became a man strongly opposed to drink, becoming very angry even at the sight of someone else drinking. It would seem that there is a tendency for alcohol to be a problem in some Pearsey males, alcoholism plaguing George D. Pearsey (1844-1915) and his son Frank L. Pearsey (1867-1949).
Samuel Pearsey was known as being quite a character, and one example told of this occurred in 1915 most likely, at a family funeral. His two young nephews, Wallace and Dallas Pearsey were tussling and Samuel shouted out, "Shoot the bastards!". He was known as a good conversationalist and as a Jacksonian Democrat.
A farmer, Samuel was short and stocky in appearance with dark, curly hair. He lived with his daughter Susan in Greenfield, Indiana from 1897 onward, passing away on September 27, 1916. Widow Nora moved to Indianapolis in 1918, where she died on April 1, 1932 at age 90. Both are buried in East Hill Cemetery.
i.Susannah Frances Pearsey b.5-5-1860d.11-4-1924
m.11-12-1884 George R. Stanley (1854-1900) (In Hancock Co. In.)
ii.George Lycurgus Pearsey b.2-19-1865 d.9-14-1865
iii.Charles Emery Pearsey b.7-6-1868 d.4-9-1869
iv.Harriett Ethel Pearsey b.10-19-1874d.12-11-1959
m.12-24-1894 William H. Kight (1871-1963) (In Hancock Co. In.)
13)Alfred Manlie Crawford Pearsey was born October 1, 1841 near Rushville, Indiana to William and Elizabeth (Crawford) Pearsey. He was born out of wedlock and lived with his mother, although she lived either on William Pearsey?s property west of Rushville or very near it. He was known as ?Alfred Webb? on the 1850 census of Rush County, but by 1860 was going by the name Manlie Pearsey in the Rush County census. That was his middle name and sometimes he is referred to as Alfred C. Pearsey, a reference to his mother?s maiden name.
When William Pearsey?s wife Rachel (Crawford) Pearsey died about 1838, her sister Elizabeth (Crawford) Webb came to live with him and take care of the children. Her husband Robert Webb had died a few years earlier. Elizabeth was living in the Pearsey home according to the 1840 census. William Pearsey remarried to Margaret Webb in 1842 and Elizabeth lived in Rushville for the rest of her life, dying there in 1890 at age 84. She never remarried.
The next reference found to Alfred is on October 14, 1861, when he enlisted in the Union Army. He was made a part of Company G, the 52nd Indiana Infantry. His Civil War service record is listed separately from this biography. Alfred Pearsey was mustered out of the Union Army on September 10, 1865 in Montgomery, Alabama. He returned home to marry Sarah A. Bainbridge in Rushville on October 17, 1865. She was born 1842 to the Rev. John and Comfort Bainbridge. He suffered chronic health problems due to his Civil War service, specifically catarrh of the respiratory passages and dyspepsia.
Alfred moved to Jasper County, Illinois in 1870, where the town of Hidalgo would be founded a few years later. He returned to Rush County in 1882, settling near the town of Manilla. On April 6, 1888, Alfred lost a court case against a Joseph Moore, wherein Alfred rented land from Moore and Moore refused to sell it to him. In 1894 he returned to Rushville, residing on the farm of his uncle David A. Crawford (the Old Pearsey farm) west of Rushville. He farmed there. Alfred was very involved in both the G.A.R. and attending reunions of his old regiment and local politics. He was a Republican, serving as a delegate to the Republican county conventions in 1896, 1898 and 1900, from Rushville township. He attended the G.A.R. encampment at Columbus, Indiana on May 18, 1898.
Alfred noted in the local newspaper that ?the big spring on the old Pearsey farm on the Shelbyville Road was lower than for many years, in December 1899, repeated dry seasons having severely tested the water source?. This may have had something to do with his decision on July 31, 1900 to sell his farm implements and stock, in preparation for a move into Rushville. He purchased a town lot on East 10th Street, on August 24, 1900. He served as Rushville town marshal in 1904. He and Sarah were members of the Main Street Christian Church.
Alfred and Sarah worked in the real estate field after he retired. They were members of the American Red Cross. Sarah Pearsey died in 1917, being buried in East Hill. Alfred remarried on January 16, 1919 to Elizabeth M. Harley, born January 13, 1869 in Decatur County, Indiana to Paris and Mary (Reed) Julian. She had already been married twice.
Alfred & Elizabeth didn't get along, she calling him "an old, white headed cuss" one time, throwing a smoothing iron at him on another occasion. These actions were listed in his divorce suit filed on February 23, 1920. He also stated that she left him for days at a time, going to houses of questionable character.
Elizabeth filed for an allowance on February 24th and on the following morning, Alfred Pearsey swallowed strychnine poison. He was found on his couch by relatives the following morning. Alfred left a note explaining his motives. When a young man, Alfred was described as being 5'9" tall with dark hair and a dark complexion. He was a Mason. Alfred is buried in East Hill Cemetery.
i. Everett Pearsey b.7-28-1866 d.1870
ii. Anna Pearsey b.6-4-1868 d.1868
iii. Frank Pearseyb.2-8-1870d.8-22-1937
m. 7-20-1920 Mary A. Warfield (1873-1952) (In Rush Co. In.)
iv. Charlie Pearsey b.2-8-1870 d.1870
v. Lizzie Pearsey b.5-1-1872 d. 1872
vi. Alma Plonia Pearsey b.7-5-1874
m.7-13-1895 Jasper D. Carter (Rush Co. In.)
vii. Nina Pearsey b.7-5-1874
m.9-26-1898 Aubrey Mahan "Ina" resided near Moscow, In. 1937.
viii.Albert Pearsey b.5-1-1879 d.10-8-1882
Died of acute jaundice in Rush County.
ix.Alva Booker Pearsey b.2-21-1881 d.3-23-1883
Booker Pearsey died of a cerebral hemorrhage.
x.Alpha Pearsey b.2-21-1881 d.1901
m.10-26-1900 David M. Trabue Alpha is buried in East Hill Cemetery..
Children by First Marriage.
1. Rose Ella Shinn (8); b. 9/22/1863; m., at Rushville, Ind., 9/21/1883, Zachariah
Hodge Crawford, and had children:
1. Kalema Crawford (9); b. 10/16/1884.
2. Blanche Crawford (9); b. 5/7/1887.
3. Alva Crawford (9); b. 2/28/1889; ob. infans.
4. Millard Hodge Crawford (9); b. 6/16/1890.
5. Vernon Clarence Crawford (9); b. 10/6/1894.
6. Rachel Beatrice Crawford (9); b. 7/31/1897.
7. Eldon Lee Ray Crawford (9); b. 6/16/1900.
"History of the Shinn Family".
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