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Descendants of Thomas Charles Crumley

1 Thomas Charles Crumley 1799 - 1880 b: 1799 in Spartanburg, South Carolina d: June 25, 1880 in Barry County, Missouri Burial: Mt Olive Cemetery, Pioneer, Barry Co., MO [no stone] +Susan Terrell 1800 - 1870 b: 1800 in Spartanburg, South Carolina d: Aft. 1870 in Barry Co., Missouri Burial: Mt Olive Cemetery, Pioneer, Barry Co., MO [no stone] m: Abt. 1825 in Buncombe Co., NC

2 Terrell Crumley 1827 - 1870 b: 1827 in North Carolina d: Bef. 1870 in Barry Co., Missouri +Prudence Walraven 1832 - b: Abt. 1832 in GA d: in Barry Co., Missouri m: Abt. 1848 in Georgia

2 Meredith Crumley 1829 - b: 1829 in North Carolina +Mary E. Gibbens 1829 - b: Abt. 1829 m: July 27, 1873 in Barry County, Missouri

2 Erwin Crumley 1830 - b: 1830 in North Carolina +Taylor 1830 - b: Abt. 1830

2 Mary Crumley 1831 - 1893 b: December 07, 1831 in South Carolina d: February 01, 1893 in Pioneer, Barry, Missouri Burial: Mt Olive Cemetery, Pioneer, Newton Co., Missouri +William Anderson Cox 1831 - 1862 b: Abt. 1831 in Tennessee d: July 21, 1862 in Savannah, Georgia m: Abt. 1852 in Gordon County, Georgia *2nd Husband of Mary Crumley: +Jacob Hart 1831 - 1870 b: Abt. 1831 in Indiana d: Aft. 1870 in Barry Co., Missouri m: June 22, 1871 in Barry County, Missouri

2 Samuel Crumley 1832 - b: Abt. 1832 in North Carolina +Selemur Crumley 1840 - b: 1840 in South Carolina m: Abt. 1855 in Georgia

2 Prudence Crumley 1833 - b: Abt. 1833 in North Carolina

2 Oliver Crumley 1838 - b: 1838 in North Carolina +James R. Vassar 1838 - b: Abt. 1838 m: January 01, 1869 in Barry Co., MO

2 John Crumley 1838 - 1909 b: October 11, 1838 in Buncombe Co., NC d: April 04, 1909 in Ozark County, Missouri Burial: Mammoth Cemetery, Ozark Co., MO +Sarah Haddock 1839 - 1915 b: November 19, 1839 in Barry County, Missouri d: March 08, 1915 in Ozark Co., MO Burial: Mammoth Cemetery, Ozark Co., MO m: July 15, 1860 in Barry County, Missouri

2 Harriet Crumley 1840 - 1888 b: March 30, 1840 in Habersham Co., Georgia d: July 02, 1888 in Wheaton, Barry Co., Missouri Burial: July 03, 1888 Chitwood Cemetery, Barry Co., MO +Noah Haddock 1842 - 1909 b: March 14, 1842 in Barry Co., Missouri d: October 07, 1909 in Wheaton, Barry Co., Missouri Burial: October 08, 1909 Chitwood Cemetery, Barry Co., MO m: April 21, 1861 in Barry Co., Missouri

2 Thomas Crumley 1841 - b: Abt. 1841 in Georgia

2 Spencer Crumley 1844 - 1880 b: Abt. 1844 in Georgia d: Bet. 1880 - 1900 in Barry Co., Missouri +Charlotte Rumbaugh 1846 - 1880 b: May 31, 1846 in Indiana d: Bet. 1880 - 1900 in Barry Co., Missouri m: April 14, 1861 in Barry Co., Missouri

2 James K. P. Crumley 1847 - b: Abt. 1847 in Georgia  


Thomas' wife, my great-great grandmother, Susan Crumley, was probably Cherokee Indian. Several family members report that she had a Cherokee mix in an undetermined amount.

Thomas Crumley removed with his family (less Mary) from Gordon County, GA to Barry County, MO sometime between 1857 and l859.

Dates and places of birth are taken from the 1860 Federal Population Schedules, US Census of Barry County, MO. Samuel Crumley, Thomas' son, lived next door in 1860 in Barry County and had two children, Harriet born 1857 in Georgia and Mary born 1859 Missouri. Date of birth from 1850 Federal Population Schedules, US Census of Habersham County, Georgia.

The 1830 Buncombe Co., NC Federal Population Schedules, US Census states that Thomas Crumley had four males under five years of age and one male 20-30, also one female 20-30.

Thomas Crumley appears on a list of "Aged Taxpayers" (Over 55) 1860-61 according to Goodspeed's History of Barry County, Missouri.

 

Below are a few households in the area



1870 Federal Population Schedules, US Census, Capps Creek Twp., Barry County, MO, listed: Charles Crumley, 66, born NC, and wife, Susan, age 66, SC.

1870 Federal Population Schedules, US Census, Barry Co., MO, listed house # 104: Head of household, Martha C. Crumley, age 39 ,born GA; Martha C., as 19, born GA; Shired, James is 61, born SC; Jonathan 12 AL; Daniel James, 10, AL; and Nellie A., 7, AL.

1870 Federal Population Schedules, US Census, Barry Co., MO, listed house # 96: Vasar, James, 20, MO; Alda, 33, NC; Elizabeth (Feb) 6 mos old; Levi, 18, MO; and Thomas L., 15, MO.

1870 Federal Population Schedules, US Census, Barry Co., MO listed house # 105: James, William M., age 21, born GA; Mary J., age 25, born GA and Ashley, Sarah, age 4, born GA.

1870 Federal Population Schedules, US Census, Barry Co., MO, listed house # 94: Haddock, Alex., age 33 MO; wife Polly, age 32, born AR; Thersa, age 12, born MO; William J., age 8, born MO; Henry B., age 5, born MO; John J. 3 MO, Nancy 5 AL; Jesse 3 AL; and Sheridan 1 AL.

From copy of receipt dated August 18, 1880. (Original located at the Barry County Courthouse) "Received of John Crumley administrator of the estate of Thomas Crumley deceased, $8.60 in payment of the above bill of merchandise. Jos Newman.
June 1880
Pants $2.50
Coat 2.00
Vest 1.00
Shirt .75
gloves and hose .25
shoes 1.35
unreadable item .75
total $8.60

 


Descendants of Thomas Crumley

1 Thomas Crumley 1762 - 1836 b: March 1762 in Frederick County, Virginia d: November 10, 1836 in Union Co., Georgia +Ruth Morgan 1762 - 1837 b: Abt. 1762 in Frederick County, Virginia d: March 1837 in Habersham County, Georgia m: Abt. 1785 in Newberry County, South Carolina

2 Henry Morgan Crumley b: in Newberry Co., SC  +Sarah Duckett b: in South Carolina d: in Gordon County, Georgia m: in South Carolina

 2 Hannah Crumley 1788 - b: 1788 in Habersham Co., Georgia  +Elias Berry 1788 - b: Abt. 1788

2 Thomas Charles Crumley 1799 - 1880 b: 1799 in Spartanburg, South Carolina d: June 25, 1880 in Barry County, Missouri Burial: Mt Olive Cemetery, Pioneer, Barry Co., MO [no stone] +Susan Terrell 1800 - 1870 b: 1800 in Spartanburg, South Carolina d: Aft. 1870 in Barry Co., Missouri Burial: Mt Olive Cemetery, Pioneer, Barry Co., MO [no stone] m: Abt. 1825 in Buncombe Co., NC

2 John Crumley 1805 - b: September 15, 1805 in Newberry Co., SC


Thomas Crumley, John and Hannah (Falconer) Crumley's oldest son, married Ruth Morgan, and migrated to Spartanburg, SC, where he and his family lived until about 1817. They then moved to Buncombe County, NC, where Thomas was listed as a landowner.

Thomas, Henry, and William Smith were the only three Crumley families who were on the 1820 Census of Buncombe County, NC as heads of households. The same three Crumley families appeared in the 1830 Census of Habersham County, GA.

Thomas Crumley served in the North Carolina Militia, and enlisted in Mecklenburg County. From "Georgia Roster of the Revolution", "Georgia Revolutionary Pensioners", "The Harvy List". Served under Capt. Gorden Lewis around Mecklenburg, North Carolina and was discharged in Newberry County, South Carolina in 1782.

Thomas Crumbly, lottery 1827, Habersham County, page 342 - Certified List of Revolutionary Soldiers complied by Capt. B. F. Johnson from lottery lists of 1827.

Thomas Crumley and Jesse Douglas were witnesses for two land transactions of Andrew Millican (then of Elbert County, GA) in 1798 who had lived on the land (now located in present Spartanburg County, SC) earlier. One of the land transactions was to Robert Millican and the other to William Millican.

Thomas Crumley had been living there for a time. Jesse bought land in 1801. It was located almost on the NC border that then would have been Rutherford County, NC. (the border during that time went back and forth). The land of Jesse was near the present Fingersville, on Obed's Creek that empties into the North Pacolate River in Spartanburg County, NC. Some of these early land grants were bounty lands for Rev. War service.

8 Generation 7 Generation 6 Generation 5 Generation 4 Generation
James & Catherine (Gilkey) Crumley

He was born in Yorkshire, England and she was born in Perth County, Scotland. They died in Frederick County, Virginia - Quakers

John & Hannah (Falconer) Crumley. He was born in Chester Co., PA.  - Quakers Thomas & Ruth (Morgan) Crumley, died in Habersham County, Georgia, married in Newberry District of SC -  Quakers Thomas Charles & Susan (Terrell) Crumley - died in Barry Co., MO, probably buried at Pioneer Cemetery in unmarked graves. Susan is thought to have had some degree of Cherokee mix Noah & Harriett (Crumley) Haddock died in Barry Co., MO, buried at Chitwood Cemetery.
3 Generation        
Samuel Sanders & Gertrude (Addington) Haddock - died in Barry Co., MO        

 

    11 Generation 10 Generation 9 Generation
    Sir William & Henrietta (Stuart) Morgan  John & Rebecca (Smith) Morgan  Charles & Susan Morgan. His brother Sir Henry Morgan was a famous pirate. 
8 Generation 7 Generation 6 Generation 5 Generation 4 Generation
Col. Morgan & Catherine (Garretson) Morgan. Died Bunker Hill, Frederick Co., VA

He was educated at Cambridge University - Went to Delaware as a Crown Council 

Henry & Deborah (Poole) Morgan, born in New Castle Co., Delaware & died Spartanburg, SC. Quakers. DNA proves he was the son of Morgan Morgan Thomas & Ruth (Morgan) Crumley, died in Habersham County, Georgia, married in Newberry District of SC -  Quakers Thomas Charles & Susan (Terrell) Crumley - died in Barry Co., MO, probably buried at Pioneer Cemetery in unmarked graves. Susan is thought to have had some degree of Cherokee mix Noah & Harriett (Crumley) Haddock died in Barry Co., MO, buried at Chitwood Cemetery.
3 Generation        
Samuel Sanders & Gertrude (Addington) Haddock - died in Barry Co., MO        

Col. Morgan Morgan was born on 1 Nov 1688 in Glamorgan, Wales. He died on 17 Nov 1766 in Bunker Hill, Berkeley Co., WV. Listed in an early history of Berkeley Co., West VA, stating:  "Immigrant Colonel Morgan Morgan was born in the principality of Wales, in England, and was educated in London during the reign of Queen Anne, or around the the reign of George I began. He commenced business as a merchant at the place now known as Christiana ... Whether by design or through indifference to ancestral lore, the latter being a well known family trait, Col. Morgan Morgan, who was well educated for his time and destined to take an active part in the early life of Colonial America, left no record, official or otherwise, so far as is known, which has been preserved or remembered by any of his many descendants, of his connection in his native Wales with the old Glamorganshire family there of the same name, which reaches back of things Anglo-Saxon into the days of the Ancient Celts." 

Col. Morgan Morgan was married to Catherine Garretson in 1713 or 1714 in Christiana, New Castle, DE. He was buried at Morgan Chapel, Frederick County, VA. New DNA files prove some of his descendants and their locations. 

Hopewell Quaker files from Hinshaw's Encyclopedia of Quaker Genealogy gives added information. Col. Morgan Morgan was educated at Cambridge University and went to Delaware as Crown Council. He came to America in 1712 and settled at Chrisriana, Delaware. He became the first white settler of what is now Berkley County, West Virginia. Morgan Morgan was the Presiding judge when the first Frederick County Court met in Winchester in 1742.

And still more information reveals that Col. Morgan Morgan married Catherine Garretson, daughter Henry and Ann (Powell) Garretson. Henry Garreston lived in Christiana, New Castle, Delaware, but died in Chester Co., PA.

 

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