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THOMAS HARRISON CROWSON   |  JOHN FLETCHER CROWSON  |   CHESTER CLARK CROWSON   |  RACHEL ANTOINETTE CONDER CROWSON 

 GEORGE MERRICK CROWSON   |   ASA BILLINGSLEA CROWSON

MARY ANN CROWSON MCDONALD   |   JAMES ANDREW CROWSON1    |   JAMES ANDREW CROWSON2   |   NANCY JANE DRENON WILSON

CHESTER CLARK CROWSON, JR.   |   MARY FRANCES WILSON CROWSON  l  JOHN HASKELL CROWSON   |   BARBARA ANN CROWSON PEREZ

CAROLYN FRANCES CROWSON HINCKLEY

ALLIE VEE CROWSON JOHNSON MARY LOU CROWSON
 

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NAPOLEAN SIDNEY BLEDSOE   |   MARY EUDORA CROWSON

 
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THOMAS HARRISON CROWSON
Born:  December 13, 1813 in Madison Co., Alabama
Died: March 06, 1895 in Dial, Fannin Co., Texas
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Honey Grove, Fannin Co., Texas
1895
     Thomas H. CROWSON was born in Madison County, Alabama, Dec. 14, 1815, and was married to Mary BLEDSOE, Dec. 20, 1833, and remained in Shelby County, where he was reared, until 1847, removing then from alabama to Sale County, Arkansas; thence to Fannin County, Texas, in October, 1863.
     "Uncle Tommie" was converted and joined the Methodist church when he was 12 years of age and for nearly three-fourths of a century faithfully served his church as steward and class leader, being encouraged and strengthened in all his church work by his pious wife, who loved the church with all her heart.  God blessed this happy union with 15 children, 66 grandchildren and 46 great-grandchildren.  He was optimistic and his religion adorned this grace so that he looked upon the brighter side of life; hence was happy and cheerful in disposition and full of sympathy and love for his fellowman.
     On the 16th day of January, 1879, a band of angels came into his home and bore the wife of his youth and the mother of his children away, and the strong man reverently bowed his head and wept; but, like the giant oak amid the storms, his faith was more firmly fixed in God, growing more rooted and grounded in love, and abounding in good works, until extreme old age brought him, too, to the margin of the river.  He had set his house in order, and on the 6th day of March, 1895, the summons came, and with joy he crossed over to rejoin wife and 6 children, with all the triumphant hose of God's children.  Thus ended the pilgrimage of the devoted husband, the loving father, the obliging neighbor, the servant of the church, and the friend of God, from the home of a dutiful son, Asa, to the bosom of his father.
J. E. VINSON
Note:  Thomas was actually born on Dec. 13, 1815 instead of the 14th.  He removed from Alabama to Saline County, Arkansas instead of Sale County.  I've typed this just as it was on the copy I received.

JOHN FLETCHER CROWSON
Born:  05 Feb 1842 in Greene Co., Alabama
Died:  12 Jan 1897 in Ladonia, Fannin Co., Texas

Bonham News
Bonham, Fannin Co., Texas
Jan. 22, 1897

     John Crowson an old prominent citizen of Ladonia, died there last week.
          Note:  Obtained from The Sam Rayburn Library, Bonham, Texas.



CHESTER CLARK CROWSON
Born:  July 03, 1881 in Dial, Fannin Co., Texas
Died:  April 18, 1935 in Dallas, Dallas Co., Texas
    Daily Journal
    Commerce, Hunt Co., Texas
    Thursday, April 18, 1935
         Funeral services for Chester C. CROWSON, 53, who passed away at his home in Dallas Thursday morning, were held at the First Christian Church, in Commerce, Friday at 1:00 p.m.  The Rev. Leo JOHNSON of Dallas conducted the service, and interment was in Rosemound Cemetery.  Sheely Funeral Home was in charge of the burial.
         Chester CROWSON was a former resident of Commerce, where he was in the paint and paper business for several years.  He was survived by his wife, two sons and two daughters, all of Dallas.
    Note:  This is an abstract of the original.
     

     
     
    RACHEL ANTOINETTE CONDER CROWSON
    Born:  December 6, 1890 in Greenville, Hunt Co., Texas
    Died:  05 Sep 1984 in Dallas, Dallas Co., Texas
     

    Dallas Times Herald
    Dallas, Dallas Co., Texas
    Sunday, September 9, 1984
    CROWSON, Rachel Antoinette (Nettie). Born December 6, 1890 in Greenville, Tex., 93 years old. Survived by four children, John H. Crowson, Mary Lou Crowson and Allie C. Johnson of Dallas, Chester C. Crowson, Jr., of Houston, Texas.




    GEORGE MERRICK CROWSON
    Born:  January 27, 1894  in Ladonia, Fannin Co., Texas
    Died:  November 26, 1953 in Dallas, Dallas Co., Texas

    The Dallas Morning News
    Dallas, Dallas Co., Texas
    Nov. 27, 1953
    Part II, Page 7
         George Merrick CROWSON, 59, veteran Dallas insurance man, died Thursday in his home, 5410 Richards.
         Born in Ladonia, Fannin County, he came to Dallas in 1912.  He served in the Army during World War I and entered the insurance business in 1922.  He worked for the State Board of Insurance Commissioners in Austin for three years, and in 1925, began a twenty-five year career with the Texas Employers Insurance Association and Employers Casualty Company.  At the time of his death he was working with the Harry L. Carter Insurance Companies.
         He was a Mason and a Methodist.
         Survivors included his wife, one daughter, and two grandchildren.
         Funeral services were held at 2:00 p.m. Saturday in the Geo. A. Brewer Chapel, 3603 Ross.  The Rev. C. W. HUDSON officiated.  Burial was in Hillcrest Memorial Park, Dallas, Texas.
    Note: This is an abstract of the original.




    ASA BILLINGSLEA CROWSON
    Born:  December 18, 1843 in Shelby Co., Alabama
    Died:  March 16, 1913 in Ladonia, Fannin Co., Texas

    The Weekly Texas Citizen
    Honey Grove, Fannin Co., Texas
    Friday Morning, March 21, 1913
    A. B. CROWSON Dead.
         Mr. A. B. CROWSON, brother of M. B. and J. A. CROWSON of this city died at his home in Ladonia Sunday after an illness of several months, in fact he had been in bad health for several years past, suffering with a chronic stomach trouble, which produced cancer of the bowels, causing his death.
         The deceased was one of a family of fifteen children, ten boys and five girls, all of whom lived to be grown.  Three of the boys and one of the girls survive.  He was sixty-nine years of age at the time of his death, and is survived by a wife and five children, Mrs. Ema CALDWELL of McAlester, Okla., Mrs. Annie VADEN of Boswell, Okla., Rev. S. L. CROWSON of Hunt County, Mrs. Elmo CHILES of this city and Miss Lizzie CROWSON of Oklahoma.
         Mrs. CROWSON came to Texas from Alabama a number of years ago and resided in this county, near Dial, until about five years ago, when he moved to Ladonia, where he resided up to the time of his death.
         The remains were brought to this city for burial, arriving at 12:30 o'clock Monday afternoon, the funeral services being conducted by Rev. Mr. HICKS of Greenville.
         The deceased was a good christian man, a member of the Methodist church, and had many friends in this section who regret his death and extend a sincere sympathy to the bereaved relatives in their hour of sorrow.
    Note:  Mrs. Annie VADEN, Asa's daughter, should be Mrs. Annie VALE.




    MARY ANN CROWSON MCDONALD
    Born:  March 15, 1858 in Arkansas
    Died:  February 10, 1919 in Dallas, Dallas Co., Texas

    Honey Grove Citizen
    Honey Grove, Fannin Co., Texas
    February 14, 1919
         The remains of Mrs. MC DONALD of Dallas, were brought to this city last Tuesday afternoon and laid to rest in Oakwood, the funeral taking place from the train, Rev. W. A. PARKER conducting the service.  The deceased was a daughter of the late M. B. CROWSON, and a sister of Mrs. W. T. CLARK of this city.  The deceased formerly lived in Oklahoma, but recently moved to Dallas, we understand.  Surviving the deceased are a husband and two children, a daughter and a son.
    Note:  Mary Ann was the daughter of Moses Bledsoe CROWSON and Martha E. ELROD.  Her husband was John R. MC DONALD.  She was born March 15, 1858 and died February 10, 1919.




    JAMES ANDREW CROWSON
    Born:  March 03, 1852 in Saline Co., Arkansas
    Died:  March 01, 1934 in Honey Grove, Fannin Co., Texas

    Ladonia News
    Ladonia, Fannin Co., Texas
    March 9, 1934
         Jim CROWSON, manager of the Lyon-Gray Lumber Co., Honey Grove, and only uncle of Mrs. Roy PORTER, of Ladonia, passed away at his home in Honey Grove, last Thursday.  Funeral services were held in Honey Grove the following Saturday afternoon.
         Mr. CROWSON was the last of eight CROWSON brothers, all prominent men of this section for many years.  His wife preceded him in death about three months ago.
         Surviving him were a son and a daughter, Asa CROWSON, of Sanger, Texas, and Mrs. Julian ERWIN, of Honey Grove.
    Note:  This is an abstract of the original.


    JAMES ANDREW CROWSON
    Born:  March 03, 1852 in Saline Co., Arkansas
    Died:  March 01, 1934 in Honey Grove, Fannin Co., Texas

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    The Signal-Citizen
    Honey Grove, Fannin Co., Texas
    March 4, 1934

    J. A. CROWSON PASSES
    AWAY AT AGE OF 82

    Death Comes After a Short
    Illness, Following a Most Active Life.
         Death on last thursday evening claimed the life of one of Honey Grove's oldest and most highly respected citizens, when J. A. CROWSON was called to his heavenly home at about 1 o'clock.  Mr. CROWSON had been ill for a week or more, suffering from the flu, which was followed by a stroke of paralysis.  For several days it was realized that death was near, almost as if in answer to the expressed desire of Mr. CROWSON, made a few months ago, when the wife of the deceased passed away, following a happy and contented married life of 56 years.  Mr. CROWSON was 82 years of age at his death, having been born March 3, 1952, in Arkansas, the funeral service having been held on his 82nd birthday.  Coming to Texas with his family when six years of age, Mr. CROWSON continued to reside the remainder of his life in Fannin county, his parents having first located at Dial.  When 21 years of age he moved to Honey Grove, where he had resided continuously and where he spent a life of usefulness and helpfulness to the community.
         On July 8, 1877, Mr. CROWSON was married to Miss Ella A. EDWARDS of this community, and to this union four children were born, two of whom, Edgar and Howell, ahd previously passed away, being survived by a daughter, Mr. J. S. Erwin of this city and a son, Asa CROWSON of Sanger, as well as three grandchildren and other relatives.  Mr. CROWSON was the last member of a family of fifteen children.
         To tell the life and works of Mr. CROWSON will be to tell of as good a citizen as ever lived in Honey Grove.  He was a gentleman of the highest type; a citizen of the type that helps make a community a wholesome place in which to live; a Christian worker of the kind that builds up the moral life of the community and the spiritual life of the church, and a man who called everyone friend and who was held in the same light by others.  Mr. CROWSON had since early life been a member of the Methodist church and during his long life, never failed, when conditions would permit, to attend the services or the duties of the church.  Honey Grove has lost a good citizen in his passing and the Kingdom of Heaven has gained a true and noble character, deserving of all rewards, which he will receive.
         For thirty-three years Mr. CROWSON had been an employee of the Lyon-Gray Lumber Company of this city and no concern ever had a more faithful or a more loyal employee.  In token of their appreciation of his life-long service to them, Mr. CROWSON had during the latter years, been relieved of the greater portion of his duties, but still retaining his position and connection with the company as in former years.
         The funeral service was held at the late residence on West Main street Saturday morning at 10 o'clock and was conducted by this pastor, Rev. Earl JONES at Honey Grove, assisted by Rev. T. J. WATTS, pastor of the Baptist church here, and Rev. C. H GARRETT of Sanger.  A host of friends and relatives gathered for the funeral rites at the home and followed the body to Oakwood cemetery, where it was laid to rest by the side of his life companion, who passed away November 12, 1933.  Many beautiful flowers covered the grave.
         The Signal-Citizen grieves with those who mourn at the death of Mr. CROWSON, and we extend to this son and daughter and other relatives our deepest sympathy.
         Out of town friends and relatives who attended the funeral service Saturday were Jack SHEPPARD and Ide BIGGERSTAFF of Bonham; Mr. and Mrs. Asa CROWSON of Sanger; Joe WILLIAMS of Greenville; Ben NORWOOD, Dallas; Mrs. Minnie Ora MCTYRE, Valley View, Texas; Mrs. Pat CROWSON, Abilene; B. G. VAUGHAN, Sanger; Mrs. Stan HARRALL, Gainesville; Mr. and Mrs. Jack REEVES, and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde MEARS, Paris; Mrs. S. E. MOORE, Sanger.
    Note:  This was submitted by Dianne Erwin.



     NANCY JANE DRENON (WILSON) CROWSON
    Born:  December 19, 1863 in Waco, McClennan Co., Texas
    Died:  June 28, 1934 in Ladonia, Fannin Co., Texas

    Ladonia News
    Ladonia, Fannin Co., Texas
    July 6, 1934
         Mrs. Nannie CROWSON died about noon Thursday, June 28.  Funeral services were held at the Presbyterian Church in Ladonia, Friday afternoon.  Pastor, Rev. A. B. WELCH, was in charge and was assisted by Rev. C. W. SHAW, Baptist pastor.  Burial was in the Ladonia Cemetery, with C. E. EDGAR, Walter FULLER, R. H. MOORE and Claude SCOTT acting as pallbearers.
         Miss Nancy Jane Drenon WILSON was born in Waco, Texas, Dec. 19, 1863.  She married J. D. CROWSON on Dec. 7, 1880.  They had six children, one son and five daughters.  The son and eldest daughter preceded her in death.
         Mrs. CROWSON had lived in Ladonia since 1900.  She was a member of the Presbyterian church for many years.
         Surviving were her four daughters, Mrs. Addie PORTER of Ladonia, Mrs. Mattie STEGAR of Pecan Gap, Mrs. Rosa WILLIAMS of Paris, and Mrs. Maude AUSTIN of Hill County; three grandchildren and three adopted grandchildren.
    Note:  This is an abstract of the original.




    CHESTER CLARK CROWSON, JR.
    Born:  September 12, 1912 in Commerce, Hunt Co., Texas
    Died:  February 3, 1986 in Houston, Harris Co., Texas

    Houston Chronicle
    Houston, Harris Co., Texas
    February 5, 1986
         Chester Clark CROWSON, Jr., 73, died February 3, 1986.  He was a member of Bellaire Christian Church and was a DeMolay.  He was retired and had worked as a dispatcher for many years.  He was survived by his wife, one daughter, grandchildren, one brother, Johnnie CROWSON of Dallas, and two sisters, both of Dallas.  A graveside service and interment was at 3:00 p.m., Thursday, February 6, 1986, at Laurel Land Cemetery, Dallas, Texas.
    Note:  This is an abstract of the original.




    MARY FRANCES WILSON CROWSON
    Born:  November 04, 1912
    Died:  March 22, 1986 in Houston, Harris Co., Texas

    Houston Chronicle
    Houston, Harris Co., Texas
    Section 4, Page 8
    March 24, 1984

    CROWSON
         MARY FRANCES WILSON CROWSON, 73, died at 10:00 a.m. Saturday, March 22, 1986 in a local hospital.  Survived by:  one daughter and son-in-law; and three grandchildren.  Graveside service and interment, 11:00 a.m. Tuesday, March 25, 1986, Laurel Land Cemetery, Dallas, Texas.
    Note:  This is an abstract of the original.




    JOHN HASKELL CROWSON
    Born:  January 8, 1910 in Commerce, Hunt Co., Texas
    Died:  November 8, 1996 in Argyle, Denton Co., Texas

    The Dallas Morning News
    Dallas, Dallas Co., Texas
    Monday, November 11, 1996
         John Haskell CROWSON, of Argyle, passed away November 8, 1996.  Mr. CROWSON served on the Board of Directors for the Dallas Postal Credit Union for 40 years.  He was a member of Central Christian Church in Dallas.  He served in the Merchant Marines during WWII.  He is survived by one daughter, Susan HUDSPETH; six grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; and two sisters.  Services will be at 2:00 p.m. Monday, November 11, 1996, at the Central Christian Church, 4711 Westside Dr., Dallas, Texas.  Interment will be in Restland Memorial Park, Dallas.
    Note:  This is an abstract of the original.




    BARBARA ANN CROWSON
    Born:  June 1, 1938 in Dallas, Dallas Co., Texas
    Died:  November 8, 1996 in Irving, Dallas Co., Texas

    Fort-Worth Star Telegram
    Fort-Worth, Tarrant Co., Texas
    November 11, 1996

    ARGYLE -- Barbara Ann CROWSON PEREZ, who retired from Foley's Department Store, died Friday.
        Funeral: 2 p.m. today at the Central Christian Church, 4711 Westside Drive, Dallas. Burial: Restland Memorial Park.
    Barbara Ann Crowson Perez retired from Foley's Department Store cosmetic department. She was a lifetime member of National Parent-Teacher Association.
    She was preceded in death by her father on Friday, the same day.
    Survivors: Husband of 38 years, Leo Perez; children, Michael Perez Sr., Jill Perez, Steven Perez Sr., and Kenneth Perez; grandchildren, Crystal Perez, Michael Perez Jr., Mark Perez, Steven Perez Jr., and Jacob Perez; sister, Susan Hudspeth; and various aunts, uncles, and cousins.
    Restland Funeral Home
    Dallas, (972) 238-7111




    FRANCES CAROLYN CROWSON HINCKLEY
    Born:  February 15, 1938 in Dallas, Dallas Co., Texas
    Died:  September 22, 1999 in Houston, Harris Co., Texas

    Houston Chronicle
    Houston, Harris Co., Texas
    September 26, 1999
         The family of F. CAROLYN HINCKLEY, 61, would like to inform with deep regret her passing on September 22, 1999.



    ALLIE VEE CROWSON JOHNSON
        Born:  November 28, 1919 in Commerce, Hunt Co., Texas
    Died:  December 23, 2000 in Dallas, Dallas Co., Texas

    Dallas Morning News
    Dallas, Dallas Co., Texas
    December 26, 2000
         Allie JOHNSON, age 81, of Dallas. Survived by her husband of 56 years; 4 daughters; 2 grand daughters;1 great-grandaughter; and 1 sister. Services will be 1:00 p.m., Wednesday, December 27, 2000 at Casa View Christian Church, Dallas.  Interment to follow at Grove Hill Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., Tuesday, December 26, 2000 at the Eastgate Funeral Home. "Eastgate ""Family Owned and Operated"" LBJ @ Northwest Highway 972-270-6116.
    Note:  This is an abstract of the original.




    MARY LOU CROWSON
    Born:  September 11, 1915 in Seymour, Baylor Co., Texas
    Died:  January 23, 2001 in Dallas, Dallas Co., Texas

    Dallas Morning News
    Dallas, Dallas Co., Texas
    January 26, 2001
         CROWSON MARY LOU, age 85, of Dallas. Mary Lou is survived by her brother-in-law and five nieces.   She is preceded in death by her parents; her sister, Allie Vee JOHNSON; and her brothers, John and Chester CROWSON. Memorial services will be held 2:00 p.m., Saturday, January 27, 2001, at Central Christian Church, 4711 Westside Dr., Dallas, 75209. Reverend Norman Stolpe officiating. "Eastgate ""Family Owned and Operated"" LBJ @ Northwest Highway 972-270-6116 www.AmericanMemorials.com"
    Note:  This is an abstract of the original
     

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       CROWSON-BLEDSOE FAMILY

    NAPOLEAN SIDNEY BLEDSOE
    Born:  1847 in Alabama
    Died:  July 23, 1914 in Durant, Bryan Co., Oklahoma

    Durant Daily Democrat
    Durant, Bryan Co., Oklahoma
    July 23, 1914
    N. C. (N. S) BLEDSOE PASSED AWAY THIS MORNING
    AFTER MONTHS OF SUFFERING, THE SLEEP OF PEACE O'ER-TAKES CHIEF BLEDSOE
         To state that N. S. BLEDSOE died this morning would only awaken a fleeting and trivial curiosity, because of the familiarity of the surname, but to say that 'Chief BLEDSOE died' is to start a tear, to urge a sigh of grief and a pang of sorrow in the breasts of almost every man, woman and child in Durant.
         Napoleon Sidney BLEDSOE was born near Selma, Alabama, in 1847, and was of youthful age when he served in the 68th Alabama regiment, C.S.A.  He faithfully served "The Lost Cause" all he had, and at the truce of Appomattox was a Federal prisoner at Ship island, across from Mobile.
         The 'Chief' passed away at 10:30 this morning, and as the lamp of life flickered out it seemed that a faint smile of peace and joy flitted for an instant across the face as a good man's soul was wafted from a bed of pain and torture to the living realms beyond where joy, gladness and eternal rest is the reward of the righteous.  And the 'Chief' was a righteous man.
         He is survived by his wife, Mary Ellen BLEDSOE; seven living children: William M. BLEDSOE of Weinerh (Weimar), Texas; Charles E., Roy T., and Virgie Lynn BLEDSOE of Durant; Georgia BLEDSOE BRIDWELL, of Winters, Texas; Earl BLEDSOE PHELPS, of Rockwall, Texas; and Stella BLEDSOE GATES of Denison, Texas.  Twenty-two grandchildren mourn his loss.
         The 'Chief' was color-bearer and an active member of N. B. Forrest Camp, No. 1166, U. C. V., and funeral services will be under their auspices.
         The 'Chief" was also a faithful though modest member of the First Baptist church of this city, and Rev. J. N. Edwards, pastor of that church, will preach the funeral sermon of the deceased.
         The Baptist funeral services will be conducted at the First Baptist church at 3 o'clock Friday afternoon, and as a mark of respect, the city offices will be closed during the service hours, and the mayor and city officials will attend the ceremonies in a body.
         At the conclusion of these services, N. B. Forrest Camp, U. C. V., with Z. T. Serner, commandant, will take charge of the remains for a brief period, and conduct the beautiful ceremony of draping the remains with the "Stars and Bars," using the magnificent flag presented to the camp some time ago by the Daughters of the Confederacy.
         At 4 o'clock, p. m., the ceremony at the grave in Highland cemetery will be conducted by the Confederate Veterans, it being the 'Chief's' oft expressed wish that the last earthly tribute be in their hands.
         All Confederate Veterans in the city are invited to participate in these ceremonies.
    Note:  This obituary was submitted by Robert K. McDonough, a descendant of Napoleon Sidney BLEDSOE and Mary Eudora CROWSON.




    MARY EUDORA CROWSON
    Born:  February 05, 1857 in Saline Co., Arkansas
    Died:  February 05, 1923 in Durant, Bryan Co., Oklahoma

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    Durant Daily Democrat
    Durant, Bryan Co., Oklahoma
    February 6, 1923
    MRS. N. S. BLEDSOE DIED LAST NIGHT
         Another pioneer citizen of Durant passed away last night, when the angel of death claimed Mrs. N. S. BLEDSOE, aged 66 years, at the home of her son, 301 S. Twelfth Street.  Death resulted from an attack of pneumonia.  Funeral services are to be conducted this afternoon from the home of her son, on 12th street.  Rev. Ed. G. Butler conducting the services.  Interment will be in Highland Cemetery.
         The deceased was the widow of N. S. BLEDSOE, who died several years ago, and who for a number of years, was chief of police of this city.  She had lived here for the past twenty-three years, and was a devoted Christian, having early in life united with the Baptist Church and has lived a consistent life of Christianity devoting her life to others, and she was ever ready to answer the call for service and her life was one of sacrifice for others.
         To the bereaved son, sympathy is extended in the great sorrow and bereavement that has come to his life.
    Note:  This obituary was submitted by Kelly McDonough, great-grandson of Mary Eudora CROWSON and Napoleon Sidney BLEDSOE.
     

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