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The direct CRAIN line starts with Spencer Crain, Sr.

1 Spencer Crain, Senior
b: 1740 in Virginia
d: 1824 in Jasper County, Georgia
+Elizabeth Barbour
b: 1751
d: September 1835

2 George Crain
b: 29 July 1775 in South Carolina
d: 20 March 1837 in Wilkes County, Georgia
+Amelia "Emily" Tompkins
m: June 1799 in Oglethorpe County, Georgia

*2nd Wife of George Crain:
+Susannah Heard-Darden
m: Abt. 1805
b: 08 November 1778
d: 28 June 1862 in Heard County, Georgia

3 William G. Crain
b: Abt. 1814
d: 1892
+Frances Malone
m: 13 April 1837
b: 14 October 1816
d: 16 June 1853

*2nd Wife of William G. Crain:
+Mary E. Ransom
m: Bef. 1856
b: 19 March 1828
d: 1888

4 Samuel Ransom Crain
b: 04 March 1861 in Heard County, Georgia
d: 29 June 1945 in Coweta County, Georgia
+Lelia Bell Hollingsworth
m: 25 December 1887
b: 30 September 1871 in Heard County, Georgia
d: 31 December 1939 in Coweta County, Georgia

5 John Simms Crain
b: 15 August 1893 in Heard County, Georgia
d: 06 December 1962 in Coweta County, Georgia
+Mary Frances Grimes
m: 28 August 1923 in Coweta County, Georgia
b: 15 July 1903 in Coweta County, Georgia
d: 28 July 1998 in Newnan, Coweta County, Georgia

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