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Thomas Melloon Prentiss and Nancy Craig




Husband Thomas Melloon Prentiss

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Wife Nancy Craig

           Born: 29 Oct 1780
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         Father: Captain John Craig (1730-1815)
         Mother: Sarah Sally Page (1738-1835)



   Other Spouse: Francois C. Barthelemy (      -      )



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Forehand and Percy Craig




Husband Forehand

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Wife Percy Craig

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         Father: George Darden Craig (1880-1945)
         Mother: Willie Nancy Ryan (      -      )





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Philip Hawkins Craig and Polly Percival




Husband Philip Hawkins Craig

           Born: 1779 - , Spotsylvania, Virginia, USA
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         Father: Captain John Craig (1730-1815)
         Mother: Sarah Sally Page (1738-1835)


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   Other Spouse: T.B. Brethis (      -      )




Wife Polly Percival

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William Madison Russell, Jr. and Rosella Craig




Husband William Madison Russell, Jr.

           Born: 27 Apr 1809 - Georgia
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           Died: 29 Jun 1853 - , Bedford, Tennessee, USA
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         Father: William Madison Russell, Sr (1775-1842)
         Mother: Martha Ann Callaway (Abt 1785-1841)


       Marriage: 13 May 1830 - , Bedford, Tennessee, USA




Wife Rosella Craig

           Born: 31 Jan 1813 - , Logan, Kentucky, USA
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           Died: 29 May 1888 - Brunot, Wayne, Missouri, USA
         Buried:  - Brewington Cemetery, Brunot, Wayne, Missouri, USA


         Father: William M. Craig (1772-1834)
         Mother: Mary Taylor (1777-1851)





Children
1 M Benjamin Franklin Russell

           Born: 18 Apr 1831 - , Bedford, Tennessee, USA
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2 F Rebecca S. Russell

           Born: 31 Dec 1832 - , Bedford, Tennessee, USA
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3 M Daniel Jasper Russell

           Born: 23 Oct 1834 - , Bedford, Tennessee, USA
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4 M William James Russell

           Born: 14 Apr 1837 - , Bedford, Tennessee, USA
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5 F Martha Craig Russell

           Born: 6 Apr 1839 - , Bedford, Tennessee, USA
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         Spouse: Josiah Joel Phillips (      -      )



6 F Mary Elizabeth Russell

           Born: 1 Jul 1841 - , Bedford, Tennessee, USA
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7 M Thomas Callaway Russell

           Born: 24 Apr 1843 - , Bedford, Tennessee, USA
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8 M Christopher Columbus Russell

           Born: 4 Dec 1845 - , Bedford, Tennessee, USA
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9 F Flora Margaret Russell

           Born: 10 Oct 1848 - Richmond, Bedford, Tennessee, USA
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10 M Harvey Cimeron Russell

           Born: 3 Aug 1851 - , Bedford, Tennessee, USA
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Manoah Nathanial Hawkins Singleton and Sarah Sally Davis Craig




Husband Manoah Nathanial Hawkins Singleton

           Born: 1740 - , Orange, Virginia, USA
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Wife Sarah Sally Davis Craig

           Born: 1744 - , Spotsylvania, Virginia, USA
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         Father: Taliaferro "Toliver" Craig (Abt 1704-1795)
         Mother: Mary Polly Hawkins (1716-1804)





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Taliaferro "Toliver" Craig and Mary Polly Hawkins




Husband Taliaferro "Toliver" Craig

            AKA: Tolliver Craig 1
           Born: Abt 1704 - Aboard Ship 1
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           Died: 5 Feb 1795 - , Woodford, Kentucky, USA
         Buried:  - , Woodford, Kentucky, USA


         Father: John Craig (1650-      ) 1
         Mother: Jane Craig (Abt 1683-      )


       Marriage: 1730 - , Spotsylvania, Virginia, USA

Noted events in his life were:
Alt. Birth, St. George Parish, Spotsylvania County, Virginia, 1704

Military, Bryant's Station, Bourbon County, Kentucky, 1782

Census 1, Woodford County, Kentucky, 15 Dec 1790

Will, Woodford County, Virginia, 15 Dec 1790

Will Proved, Woodford County, Virginia, Aug 1799

Alt. Burial, Great Crossing Cemetery, Georgetown, Scott County, Kentucky, Jan 1804




Wife Mary Polly Hawkins




           Born: 19 Sep 1716 - , King William, Virginia, USA
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           Died: 6 Jan 1804 - Craigs Settlement, Clear Creek, Kentucky, USA
         Buried:  - Great Crossings Baptist Church, Georgetown, Harlan, Kentucky, USA


         Father: John Hawkins, The Immigrant (Abt 1680-1740)
         Mother: Mary Long (1678-      ) 1



Noted events in her life were:
Alt. Death 1, Woodford County, Kentucky, 3 Jan 1804


Noted events in their marriage were:
Alt. Marriage, Prince William County, Virginia

Alt. Marriage, Orange County, VIrginia, 1730


Children
1 F Jane Craig

           Born:  - Virginia, USA
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         Spouse: John Sanders (1738-      )



2 M Captain John Craig

           Born: 1730 - , Spotsylvania, Virginia, USA
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           Died: 15 Aug 1815 - , Boone, Kentucky, USA
         Buried:  - A hill above Francisville, Boone Co., Kentucky, USA
         Spouse: Sarah Sally Page (1738-1835)
           Marr: 1761 - Prob. Spotsylvania, Virginia



3 F Joyce Jossie Craig

           Born: 1732 - , Spotsylvania, Virginia, USA
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         Spouse: John Faulkner (1722-      )



4 M Toliver Craig

           Born: 1736 - , Spotsylvania, Virginia, USA
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         Spouse: Elizabeth Johnson (1738-      )



5 M Lewis Craig

           Born: 1737 - , Orange, Virginia, USA
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         Spouse: Elizabeth Sanders (1740-      )



6 M Elijah Craig

           Born: 1738 - , Spotsylvania, Virginia, USA
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         Spouse: Frances Smith (      -      )



7 M Joseph Craig

           Born: 11 Jun 1741 - , Spotsylvania, Virginia, USA
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         Spouse: Sarah Sallie Wisdom (1744-      )



8 F Sarah Sally Davis Craig

           Born: 1744 - , Spotsylvania, Virginia, USA
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         Spouse: Manoah Nathanial Hawkins Singleton (1740-      )



9 M Benjamin Craig

           Born: 30 May 1751 - Ceder Run, Culpepper Co, Virginia, USA
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         Spouse: Nancy Ann Sturman (1753-      )



10 F Elizabeth Betsy Craig

           Born: 1753 - Spotsylvania, Virginia, USA
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           Died: After 19 Jan 1822 - , Woodford, Kentucky, USA
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         Spouse: Rev Richard Cave (1750-1816)
           Marr: Abt 1771 - , Spotsylvania, Virginia, USA



11 M Jeremiah Craig

           Born: Abt 1757 - Virginia, USA
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         Spouse: Lucy Hawkins (      -      )
         Spouse: Deliah Wood (      -      )
         Spouse: Sarah Grooms (      -      )




General Notes: Husband - Taliaferro "Toliver" Craig

DAR Ancestor #: A027277

The Will of Toliver or Taliaferro Craig
Will Book B, page 79, Office of the County Court of Woodford County, Kentucky

In the name of God, Amen. I, Toliver Craig, of Woodford County, being in a low state of health but of perfect disposing mind and memory, calling to mind the uncertanity of this mortal life, do constitute this my last will and testament in manner and form following:
First and principally I recommend my soul to God that gave it, and my body to be interred after my death at the discretion of my Executors hereafter named.
Secondly and as for the wordly estate the Lord has blessed my with, I lend two negroes named Warrick and Teanor and a horse and a best bed and furniture unto my beloved wife, Mary Craig, during her natural life and after her death to be equally divided among my children hereafter named as the rest of my estate.
Thirdly I desire that my children all be made equal with the one that received the most of my estate; that is, what it was worth when they received it.
Fourthly I desire that the balance of my estate both real and personal be equally divided between my nine children, namely: John Craig, Toliver Craig, Lewis Craig, Joseph Craig, Elijah Craig, Benjamin Craig, Jeremiah Craig, Jossie Faulkner and Elizabeth Cave.
Fifthly it is my will and desisre that my above named children make John Sanders and Sarah Singleton part equal with theirs in property at the praise value.
Sixthly, it is my desire that my sons, John Craig, Toliver Craig, and Lewis Craig do execute this my last will and testament.
Witness my hand and seal this fifteenth day of December one thousand seven hundred and ninety
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Toliver X Craig (Seal)
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Teste: John Cooke
Anthony Lindsey
Daniel Baldwin

At a Court held for Woodford County at the Courthouse thereof on Monday the 5th day of August, 1799, this last will and testament of Toliver Craig, deceased, was presented in Court and proved by the oathes of John Cooke, Anthony Lindsey, and Davie Baldwin three subscribing witnesses thereto and was ordered to be recorded.
Teste T. Turpin, Clk.

Confirmed by three of his grandsons to have been the illegitimate son of a Taliaferro and a woman named Craig -- one saying Jane Craig, early records show Taliver Craig "of Corbin," in Virginia. He sired a large family, several of them becoming distinguished Baptists preachers. They all moved to Kentucky, including the elderly Taliaferro Craig and his wife, who seemed to have lived close to their son Capt. John Craig. Taliferro was probably living on Clear Creek in Woodford County when he died. His will was recorded in Woodford County, Kentucky.

From Bill Davis's Data on Carroll & Gallatin County, KY families[gwt1.ged]

In his will, dated 15 Dec 1790, Toliver mentions "my nine childr en: John, Toliver, Lewis, Joseph, Elijah, Benjamin and Jeremiah Craig, Jossie Faulkner and Elizabeth Cave". In 1782 Tolliver was a defender of Bryant's Station. His wife was the oldest of the 20 women who carried water from the spring to the beseiged fort. The Indians were in ambush and the courage of the women made the defence possible. The Lexington Chapte r (DAR) has memorialized this historic event. Listed in the 1790 census Fayette County and Woodford County, Kentucky. Notes for Toliver Craig: The descendants are split as to Tollivers' parentage. Old family lore says that Tolliver was the so n of Jane Craig and John Craig and that Joh n Craig died shortly before the trip to America. Recent events seem to point to t he fact that Jane was impregnated by Captain Taliaferro on the trip to America. Tollivers' grandson believed this to be the case. *** A legend exists that a ship sailing to America fro m an Irish port had on board a sailor named Toliver Craig who was washed overboard and lost at sea. The following day a baby was found on the ship, but no one claimed to be his parents. After a few days the crew decided to name him after their comrade who had been lost at sea. *** Father of the famous Virginia Traveling Church preachers, Joseph, Elijah and Lewis Craig. They were in Virginia about 1781, then moved to Kentucky. They settled in the Elkhorn area, previously Bourbon County, now George town, Scott County, Kentucky. *** Toliver and Mary probably married in King William County (records are burned). Mary seems to have inherited land from her father on Terry's Run in Spotsyl vania, 200 acres of which they sold to her brother in 1747. Tal iaferro Craig had a land grant as well: It is dated 26 Mar 1739 , for 400 acres on north side of Robinson Run, on a large branch of the Mattapony River, adj. to Col. John Robinson and Mr. John Anderson (Patent Book 18, p. 283). They probably lived here . He seems to have been an illiterate farmer, and his sons illiteracy caused some problems when they began preaching. His many land transactions and gifts of land to his family suggest that he was both very shrewd and generous. They lived in Spotsylva nia (now Orange) County, Virginia. He and his sons were converted to the (Separatist) Baptist faith in 1765/6 by David Thomas and Samuel Harris, though Thomas discouraged "such weak , illiterate persons" (Lewis, Elijah) attempting to teach." He traveled to Kentucky with sons John and Jeremiah in 1778. He sold William Wiatt 50 (one source says 500) acres in Berkeley Parish for 20,000 currency 19 Jul 1781. Then he moved with the "traveling church" to Fayette County, near Lexington in the Virginia frontier, later Kentucky, patenting 41,483 acres in Woodford County on the Kentucky River in 1794. He and his family were present at Bryan Station when they were attacked by the British and Indians. Both are said to be buried near Georgetown at the Great C rossing Church (now under a parking lot).[rodkinnison.ged]

From Lewis Sanders genealogy: "Two brothers named Taliaferro, supposed to be italians, came to Virginia in the beginning of the 18th Century. One of the brothers was a seafaring man, engaged in the trade from Virginia to Scotland, this brother brought over on one of his trips from Scotland, a young woman, named Craig.--this young woman had a son by Capt. Toliver, which she named Toliver Craig. This is the head and orgin of the numerous Craig family, now spread throughout Kentucky and some adjoining states."

With this in mind, John Craig may not be his true father.

They probably married in King William County (records are burned). Mary seems to have inherit ed land from her father on Terry's Run in Spotsylvania, 200 acres of which they sold to her b rother in 1747. Taliaferro Craig had a land grant as well: It is dated 26 March 1739, for 40 0 acres on the North side of Robinson Run, on a large branch of the Mattapony River, adj. t o Col. John Robinson and Mr. John Anderson (Patent Book 18, p. 283). They probably lived here .

He seems to have been an illiterate farmer, and his sons' illiteracy caused some problems whe n they began preaching. His many land transactions and gifts of land to his family suggest th at he was both very shrewd and generous. They lived in Spotsylvania (now Orange) Co., VA. H e and his sons were converted to the (Separatist) Baptist faith in 1765/6 by David Thomas an d Samuel Harris, though Thomas discouraged "such weak, illiterate persons' [Lewis, Elijah] at tempting to teach."(Spencer, A History of Kentucky Baptists). He traveled to Kentucky with so ns John and Jeremiah in 1778. [See Daniel Boon's account of this time in Kentucky to see wha t it must have been like.] He sold Wm. Wiatt 50 [one source says 500] acres in Berkeley Paris h for 20,000 currency 7/19/1781. Then he moved with the "traveling church" to Fayette Co. nea r Lexington in the Virginia frontier, later KY, patenting 41483 acres in Woodford Co. on th e Kentucky River in 1794. [See Kincaid's account in The Wilderness Road.] He and his family w ere present at Bryan Station when they were attacked by the British and Indians.(more on Brya n Station) Both are said to be buried near Georgetown KY at the Great Crossings Church (no w under a parking lot) at Stamping Ground; Polly's tomb was marked "The Mother of Many Faithf ul." Here's a portrait which is said to be of Mary Hawkins.


General Notes: Wife - Mary Polly Hawkins

DAR Ancestor #: A027259


A charcoal portrait, believed to be her, hangs in the DAR headquarters at Duncan's Tavern, in Paris, Kentucky. Gen. J. P. Hawkins stated that Polly was buried, with her son Elijah Craig, at Great Crossings Church, with the inscription, "Mother of the Many Faithful."

From Bill Davis's Data on Carroll & Gallatin County, KY families[rodkinnison.ged]

"Fayette Co., KY. Genealogical Society Quarterly," Vol. 12, No. 2 (Summer, 1997), pp.57-59. (Only CRAIG names copied) BRYAN STATION TIDBITS "The defenders of Bryan Station at the time of the siege, which began late in the night of August 15th and lasted till August 17th, 1782. When the morning of August 16th dawned, the settlers apparently sensed the presence of the Indians for some reason. At first alarm two men, Thomas Bell and Nicholas Tomlinson slipped away to get help from Lexington. The Indians still did not make their presence known, not wanting the pioneers to know their strenghht (sic) yet and thus make a surprise attack. Water was always a must and with that they thought to be able to hold out from a seige. This was a task for the women generally, and they went about it even in this face of danger. The memorial wall at Bryan Station Spring lists these women, as well as, the men that were there." WOMEN **Sara Page CRAIG (with daus. Polly & Frankey CRAIG) Betsy CRAIG **Sally CRAIG Nancy CRAIG **Polly CRAIG Lucy Hawkins CRAIG **Polly Hawkins CRAIG (wife of Tolliver CRAIG, Sr. & her dau. Sally CRAIG) Sally CRAIG Singleton **Eliz. Johnson CRAIG (wife of Tolliver CRAIG, Jr. & her daus. Polly & Nancy) **Jane CRAIG Saunders (wife of John Saunders & her daus. Polly, Betsy & Lydia) **Eliz. CRAIG Cave (wife of Richard Cave & daus. Hannah & Polly Cave) ** This is the list of the CRAIG women that went out of the station to get water from the well and the daughters that went with them. "Defenders of Bryan Station as indicated from a letter by Joseph Ficklin, who as a boy witnessed the seige from the beginning. He grew up in the neighborhood where Bryan Station was located and knew many of them that took part in the seige. He states there were 44 men in the station, but could not give a complete list. Most historians give the numbers as 44 men, about 32 women and 64 children. The number for the men most likely included the young boys old enought to help the defense." MEN John CRAIG, SR. his son, John CRAIG, Jr. Jeremiah CRAIG "The Memorial Wall list: The two lists differ, but the Wall list most likely included the young men, boys, and the old men listed as too old, as well as some of those that came to the aid of the station." John CRAIG Lewis CRAIG Elijah CRAIG John CRAIG John H. CRAIG Phillip CRAIG Hawkins CRAIG William CRAIG Elijah CRAIG Frank CRAIG* Toliver CRAIG, Sr. Nathaniel CRAIG Benjamin CRAIG Jeremiah CRAIG Toliver CRAIG, Jr. Toliver CRAIG Elijah CRAIG Whitfield CRAIG*a * "These two were Rev. Francis CRAIG and his son, Whitfield, visiting at time of the seige, as indicated by Katherine CRAIG, a historian." Only ones killed were a Robert Adkinson and David Mitchell.
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Toliver Craig and Elizabeth Johnson




Husband Toliver Craig

           Born: 1736 - , Spotsylvania, Virginia, USA
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         Father: Taliaferro "Toliver" Craig (Abt 1704-1795)
         Mother: Mary Polly Hawkins (1716-1804)


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Wife Elizabeth Johnson

           Born: 1738 - , Orange, Virginia, USA
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Children

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William M. Craig and Mary Taylor




Husband William M. Craig

           Born: 1772 - , Orange, Virginia, USA
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           Died: 29 Mar 1834 - , Bedford, Tennessee, USA
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       Marriage: 12 Sep 1799 - , Montgomery, Kentucky, USA




Wife Mary Taylor

           Born: 1777 - Virginia
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           Died: 1851 - , Bedford, Tennessee, USA
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Children
1 F Rosella Craig

           Born: 31 Jan 1813 - , Logan, Kentucky, USA
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           Died: 29 May 1888 - Brunot, Wayne, Missouri, USA
         Buried:  - Brewington Cemetery, Brunot, Wayne, Missouri, USA
         Spouse: William Madison Russell, Jr. (1809-1853)
           Marr: 13 May 1830 - , Bedford, Tennessee, USA




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William Smith Craig and Nancy Anne Leak




Husband William Smith Craig

           Born: 2 Dec 1834 - , Boone, Kentucky, USA
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           Died: 27 Jun 1909 - Nashville, Davidson, Tennessee, USA 2
         Buried: 28 Jun 1909 - Springhill Cemetery, Nashville, Davidson, Tennessee


         Father: Lewis Young Craig (1806-1871)
         Mother: Harriet Cornet Cave (1807-1840)


       Marriage: 1 Mar 1871 - , Davidson, Tennessee, USA 3 4

Noted events in his life were:
Military Service 5, Served in Tennessee Infantry, CSA




Wife Nancy Anne Leak

           Born: 25 Mar 1852 - Tennessee, USA 6
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           Died: 28 Jan 1918 - Nashville, Davidson, Tennessee, USA 6
         Buried: 29 Jan 1918 - Springhill Cemetery, Nashville, Davidson, Tennessee


         Father: Thomas J. Leak (1823-1872)
         Mother: Amanda C. Palmer (1825-1892)





Children
1 F Kathrine Leak Craig

           Born: 15 Feb 1872
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           Died: 25 Feb 1940
         Buried: 27 Feb 1940 - Springhill Cemetery, Nashville, Davidson, Tennessee
         Spouse: Thomas Coats, The Immigrant (Abt 1675-After 1753)



2 F Laura Leak Craig

           Born: 7 Jan 1874
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           Died: 9 Jul 1911
         Buried: 10 Jul 1911 - Springhill Cemetery, Nashville, Davidson, Tennessee
         Spouse: John Wesley Cato (1867-1962)



3 M Louis Thomas Craig

           Born: 19 Nov 1876
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           Died: 29 Aug 1897
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4 F Mary Higgins Craig

           Born: 6 Jan 1878
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           Died: 1954
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5 M George Darden Craig

           Born: 10 Aug 1880
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           Died: 30 Jan 1945
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         Spouse: Willie Nancy Ryan (      -      )



6 M Herman Boman Craig

           Born: 23 Jun 1883
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           Died: 23 Jun 1883
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7 F Harriet Anne Craig




            AKA: Harriet Ann Craig, Harriett Anne Craig
           Born: 2 Jun 1884 - Nashville, Davidson, Tennessee, USA 7
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           Died: 27 Feb 1974 - Old Hickory, Davidson, Tennessee, USA 7
         Buried: 1 Mar 1974 - Springhill Cemetery, Nashville, Davidson, Tennessee
         Spouse: Wyatt Henry Allen (1882-1949)
           Marr: 19 Nov 1908 - North Edgefield Baptist Church, Nashville, Davidson, Tennessee 8



8 M William Smith Craig II

            AKA: William Craig 9
           Born: 9 Jul 1887 10
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           Died: Aug 1977 10
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         Spouse: Jane Richardson (      -      )
         Spouse: Lola Cotheran (      -      )




General Notes: Husband - William Smith Craig

Found in Year: 1850; Census Place: , Davidson, Tennessee; Roll: M432_875; Page: 314; Image: 630.




William Smith Craig Co. C 2nd (Robinson's) Tennessee Infantry (Walker Legion) Private


NAME: Craig, William S. WIDOW: Craig, Nancy Ann PENSION #: W2788 COUNTY: Davidson
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William Smith Craig III and Judy Mathis




Husband William Smith Craig III

           Born: 3 May 1946
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         Father: William Smith Craig II (1887-1977)
         Mother: Lola Cotheran (      -      )


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Wife Judy Mathis

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Children
1 F Julia Marie Craig

           Born: 6 Jun 1975
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2 M Wiilliam Smith Craig IV

           Born: 5 Apr 1977
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3 M John Michael Craig

           Born: 6 Feb 1980
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         Spouse: Nancy Leek Cato (      -      )
           Marr: 1620 - Lynn, Essex, Massachusetts, USA



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Sources


1 rodkinnison.ged.

2 (William Craig).

3 (W.S. Craig & Nancy Ann Leek).

4 (Nancy A. Craig).

5 (William S. Craig).

6 (Nancy Leak).

7 Harriet Anne Craig.

8 Wyatt Henry Allen & Harriet Craig (Davidson County Microfilm Records
Vol 25
1908-1909
P 38).

9 Genealogy.com, Family Archive #110, Social Security Death Index: U.S. Ed. 9, Social Security Death Index (Release date: April 10, 2000).

10 Genealogy.com, Family Archive #110, Social Security Death Index: U.S. Ed. 9, Social Security Death Index (Release date: April 10, 2000), Internal Ref. #1.111.9.56376.19.


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