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Name: Linda Hendrix <lindawy50@gmail.com>
Date: 2014-07-12
Comments:
Am trying to locate Emma Grant Crow, daughter of Richard Morton and Martha Mansfield Crow, born about 1868 in Estill County, KY. Married Willie or William Hendrix had 2 children, then we don't know what happened to her after that.
Thanks

 

Name: William crow <riverdog200@gmail.com>
Date: 2013-10-28
Comments:
OK.. LOOKING AROUND direct decendant of John Thomas Crow arrived Virginia 1620 with brother William of Waterford Ireland.
 

Name: Shannon Crow <shannon.crow@att.net>
Date: 2013-09-15
Comments:
Just started researching my family line. IF I everything right, I am descended from:
Thomas Crow, born about 1762 in Tyrone County, Ireland and died 1838 in Lincoln County (now Cleveland County), NC. He was married to Hanna Canham
James M. Crow, b. 22 Apr 1811 in NC, d. 27 Jan 1884 in Oktibbeha County, MS. Married to Rebecca McCarter (or McArter)
Jacob Shannon Crow, b. 15 Nov 1853 in MS, d. 23 May 1933 in MS. Married to Almeda Norris (no children) and Leona Harrell
Joseph Shannon Crow, b. 8 Oct 1911, d. 19 Dec 1984 in Oktibbeha County, MS Married to Ruby Elizabeth Collier

 

Name: Patricia O'Brien <sumweir_oyt_thair@hotmail.com>
Date: 2013-06-09
Comments:
Hi, looking for any information on Emmeline/Emeline Harris Crowe, Mary Crowe, and Anna Belle/Annabelle Crowe (sisters), all married to a Northorp/Northrop/Northrup, in Belleisle, New Brunswick Canada. Would appreciate any information on the family........in particular, the girls' parents. (Crowe) Thanks, and nice site, btw. :)

 

Name: Patsy Berry <mr2woman@roadrunner.com>
Date: 2013-05-10
Comments:
Looking for Crow family that passed through Kentucky. Mother Ann dying during Cholera Epidemic in 1833. Daughter Sarah Almira who married a Henry Trisler. Any information on these Crows will be greatly appreciated. My Grandmother said Father Crow and family were going west when he didn't return from getting water. Mother Ann and Almira returned to Lex, KY where Ann died. Almira married and had one daughter Mary Ellen Trisler. Thanks for any help on Almira Crow.
 

Name: Kelli Storm <kelli.storm@yahoo.com>
Date: 2013-02-19
Comments:
My Grandfather is Plasent R Lambert born in Little River Texas Bell county. Son of James Ennis Lambert and Dolly Dodd born in Rockdale Texas 1884-1936 Death Winters Runnels Texas who's parents are W F Dodd and Sally Crow. I was trying to find Sally Crow and her parents to trace back my line. Thank you Kelli



 

Name: David Black <bd6780@hotmail.com>
Date: 2012-12-27
Comments:
Family history of Black, Barrineau, Gregg/Gragg ( of which the Crow family is part of).
 

Name: Christopher Patrick Crow <dimebox71@gmail.com>
Date: 2012-12-14
Comments:
I am looking for my heritage.
 

Name: Lisa Garrett <lisagarrett@bellsouth.net>
Date: 2012-11-10
Comments:
I am so glad to connect with other members of the Crow/Crowe family. My Great Great Grandmother is Axey Minerva Crow Gallegly. Her father is William Granberry Crow and her mother is America Crow. I would love to know more about them if anyone in this family has information to share. Thank you, Lisa
 

Name: Joyce Croweq <etchobbies@gmail.com>
Date: 2012-09-08
Comments:
We're in Louisiana and I can only get back to John L Crowe married Eliza Wildwood or Wildblood. John's parents were John Crowe and Mahala Lewis. His father was apparently John Crowe b abt 1770. If anyone know about this branch, please let me know. Beautiful site. What dedication!!
 

Name: Michael E. Crowe <Mikvic0223@aol.com>
Date: 2012-08-15
Comments:
Descendant of Jesse Crow and Jane Daniel who migrated from S.C. To Georgia in the 1840's. Jesse is my ggggrandfather.

 

Name: Beryl Skiljan <lyreb@primus.com.au>
Date: 2012-08-02
Comments:
Tracey - If you are reading this could you please send me a current email address so that I can forward a copy of the Civil War Diary of Samuel Stanhope Crowe.

 

Name: Raymond Corley <raycorley@hotmail.com>
Date: 2012-07-09
Comments:
Wonderful Site on the Crows.

My Grandmother was Ethel Ada Crow daughter of Edward Wayman Crow. She married Donald Arden Rowe on Dec. 20, 1909. I am new at this and working with Ancestry.com.

Exciting reading all these posts. Thank you

 

Name: Shirlee Crow <shirleec7@att.net>
Date: 2012-07-04
Comments:
What a loving and beautiful commentary on Patty Crow!

My husband is descended from William and Sarah Lawrence Crow. Would be happy to share info with anyone researching this family.

 

Name: Patsy Berry <mr2woman@adelphia.net>
Date: 2012-06-06
Comments:
I am a Crow descendant. I've just begun the genealogy journey and have found true love of the past. So sorry for the sadness but I know Patty's love carries on in everyone's heart. She has touched mine. Patsy
 

Name: Regina Franklin <gramma_poe@comcast.net>
Date: 2012-05-09
Comments:
I am the daughter of Charlene Mae Fynette Beck. 1925-1998.
She was the daughter of Carroll Alexander Beck and Iretta Margaret Clark.
Carroll was the son of James Washington Beck and May Fynette Parks.
James is the son of John E. Beck and Nancy Acuff.
John E. is the son of John Beck and Ginsey Hopwood.
Ginsey was the daughter of Willis Hopwood and Penelope Moore.

I just wanted to say thank you for your information. I had no idea it was cattle country.

 

Name: Matt Crow <matthew.crow2@btinternet.com>
Date: 2012-04-27
Comments:
My family and I live in England, it's nice to see that the Crow name is thriving and alive, it's not very common where I'm from. It's a great surname to have, and I'm proud to have it. :)
 

Name: Nancy Honick <nhonick@hotmail.com>
Date: 2012-04-22
Comments:
I am a decendent of Jacob Crow. I'm trying to find out why Harriett Crow Long & Nancy Crow Renner both died in 1847.
 

Name: Linda Roberts Baker <linnajanebaker@sbcglobal.net>
Date: 2012-02-16
Comments:
Descendant of Barbara Dye Crow's sister Celia Dye Roberts McKimmon.
 

Name: Christina Crowe <cc.crowe1989@gmail.com>
Date: 2012-01-27
Comments:
I'm glad to have found this site. I'm from Sacramento, CA and just thought I'd leave my mark here.
 

Name: g seward <gseward_rcc@yahoo.com>
Date: 2011-12-27
Comments:
I did not find my Crow ancestor in your pages. I am trying to find a Polly Crow, father and mother unknown in Essex county, virginia. Polly Crow married Alexander Houston, I believe originally from Caroline county, virginia , out of the largeHouston family there. They had a daughter named Polly Houston. I think both women were probably Mary Polly.Any help appreciated
 

Name: g seward <gseward_rcc@yahoo.com>
Date: 2011-12-27
Comments:
I did not find my Crow ancestor in your pages. I am trying to find a Polly Crow, father and mother unknown in Essex county, virginia. Polly Crow married Alexander Houston, I believe originally from Caroline county, virginia , out of the largeHouston family there. They had a daughter named Polly Houston. I think both women were probably Mary Polly.Any help appreciated
 

Name: Glenda Potts Thacker <gpthacker@aol.com>
Date: 2011-12-11
Comments:
I am probably the source for most of the early Ripperdan history which I have shared with anyone interested. I notice some errors in the very early family and would be happy to help you with this (maybe after the holidays).

Glenda Thacker
Owensboro, KY

 

Name: Penny Carroll <crrllpnny@yahoo.com>
Date: 2011-11-20
Comments:
I am a decendent of Oren Crow( my mother's grandfather ), I know a little of his history,He owned land in Alameda County, Ca his sons name was Walter Milton Crow,daughters Amy and Beartice.. Any information would be greatly appreciated
 

Name: Jack Morter <jackmorter@sbcglobal.net>
Date: 2011-10-28
Comments:
Researching the following:

Individual Report for Mary Crowe


Individual Summary: Mary Crowe

Sex: Female
Father: John Crowe
Mother: Elizabeth (Clerke) Clark

Individual Facts:

Christening: 22 Dec 1695 in Catfield, Norfolk, England
Birth: Abt. 22 Dec 1695 in Catfield, Norfolk, England
Death: 1747

Shared Facts: William Myhill

Marriage: 22 Jul 1714 in All Saints, Norwich, Norfolk, England
Children: John Myhill
Sarah Myhill
Mary Myhill
Elizabeth Myhill
Mary Myhill
William Myhill
Anne Myhill
Robert Myhill
Samuel Myhill
Roberta Myhill

Notes:

Person Notes: [no notes]

 

Name: norman french <nnefrench@aim.com>
Date: 2011-10-14
Comments:
I am in the possession of an original copy of a booklet of the "Story of the Crow Train" written by Ralph LeRoy Milliken from several conversations with Mr. F. M. Watkins, dated January 1935. It was in a collection of my late uncle, Ernest A. French 1879-1968, an undertaker for many years in Santa Paula, CA. I have had this booklet in my possession for many years and would like to give it to a descendant of this family. Can you help me? Thank you, Norman French 916 427-5699
 

Name: William Boswell <doxiepack@comcast.net>
Date: 2011-08-15
Comments:
Am descended from Frank Crow of Danville, Il. He was my grandfather, died 1947, married to Pearl Reed Crow. Mom was Eva Crow, siblings Frank (Buster), James, Esther (Moss), Helen, Guy, Fred and Jerry. Believe Grandpa was born in southern Illinois, maybe Benton, in early 1890's. Do not know how many siblings.
 

Name: Ursula Crow <wuttever_oh@yahoo.com>
Date: 2011-07-17
Comments:
Who is Tracey Crow

 

Name: Sara Morris <sahara311@gmail.com>
Date: 2011-07-16
Comments:
My Great grandfather was Samuel Crowe in western maryland.
 

Name: Amanda <amandaannmundy@gmail.com>
Date: 2011-06-08
Comments:
I'd love to hear more about McKinley "BigMac" Crow. My Great Grandfather's name was Christopher McKinley Crowe - there must be a connection and this was by chance I found the post - I need to know more for sure!
 

Name: Bill Clontz <billclontz@att.net>
Date: 2011-04-17
Comments:
I am the son of Edna Gertrude Crow Clontz. She was the daughter of George Ezekial Crow, who was the son of McKinley (Big Mac) Crow, who was the son of Abraham Crow. I would love to find out who Abraham's parents were !
 

Name: Mary Olson nee Crow <maryolson_97@msn.com>
Date: 2011-01-02
Comments:
My branch of the Crow family came from grandfather Gideon O. Crow a Nazerine Minister from Illinois. He had three sons, Gideon, jr, John Paul. and William Crawford(my father)who was born in Texas, I am his daughter, born in Lubbock Texas. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
 

Name: Michael Gleason <mg67490@gmail.com>
Date: 2010-12-12
Comments:
Related through Benjamin Crow side of the family, Arkansas branch and recognize numerous familial links. Don't know if anyone else commented on it but when my mom, Billie Sue Marlar nee Gleason, was looking for John Bradford Crow I was able to glean the following from History Of California Post Offices, Crow's Landing, Estab. 6/21/1870, "Named for John Bradford Crow who led an 1867 wagon train from Missouri to this site". Hope this helps someone.
 

Name: Devona Tiner <charlietiner@yahoo.com>
Date: 2010-11-14
Comments:
Looking for my Crow ancesters. My ggrandfather was Ruben Crow. His wife was Roxie Crow. They lived around Limestone County, Ala. I believe Ruben's mother's maiden name was Parker (possibly Cassie). Could not find a connection on your site. Does anyone know of this Crow family? Reuben & Roxie was my grandmother's parents. Her name was Effie Crow. They also had a son named Walter Crow. Any help is greatly appreciated.
 

Name: Ruth Moore <ruth724@gmail.com>
Date: 2010-07-28
Comments:
Thank you for sharing. My surnames: Johnston, Mc Daid, Meanor, Crow, Clemens, Hall, Tremble, Arnold, Crupp; all in SW PA.

 

Name: Jeffrey Askins <jaskins@foamfabricatorsinc.com>
Date: 2010-07-19
Comments:
Looking for information on Fred Crow of Cloverport, KY. Father of Margret Crow that married an Askins and had a son Terry Askins. Thanks, Jeff
 

Name: Albert Roberts <robertswj@comcast.net>
Date: 2010-06-27
Comments:
I am a decendant of the Crow Family through Ida E. Crow, my grand-mother, daughter of John Milton Crow and Margaret Milinda Bodenhamer.
 

Name: Helen & Henry Davis <hdavis7@cox.net>
Date: 2010-05-21
Comments:
Betty Jean Crow (Davis) information at http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/18192290/person/622686037?pg=32801.
 

Name: Helen & Henry Davis <hdavis7@cox.net>
Date: 2010-05-21
Comments:
Great site. Trying to find information concerning Betty Jean Crow's (DOB: August 16, 1927; Apache, OK) family.
 

Name: kay <kayswonger@yahoo.com>
Date: 2010-05-13
Comments:
Crow..Maryland to Ohio and Iowa and Nebraska
George, Charles, Benjamin, Isaac, John,Mary Polly, Nancy, Elizabeth, John,Ursula,Marsilva ?,Fletcher,

 

Name: kay <kayswonger@yahoo.com>
Date: 2010-05-13
Comments:
Crow..Maryland to Ohio and Iowa and Nebraska
George, Charles, Benjamin, Issac, John,Mary Polly, Nancy, elizabeth, John,Ursula,Marsilva ?,Fletcher,

 

Name: James Young <joryoung@aol.com>
Date: 2010-05-12
Comments:
Hello. I am sorry for your loss. I had sent pictures of Benjamin's grave stone in Arkansas. Is there a way to view the family history? I am from Mary Polly Crow-Curtis Morris, Mahalia Morris-Bryant Holmes, Andrew Holmes-Sub Mittie Ann Ward, Emily Mahalia Holmes-William Sanford Swope, Emily died 19 days after my grandmother was born Marion Beatrice Swope, Marion Swope-Alexander Black Young. My mother remembered driving by and reading the marker when I was small. My dad did not know it was his ancestor. Again sorry for your loss. A cousin, James
 

Name: Amanda McClure <admcclur@tampabay.rr.com>
Date: 2010-05-09
Comments:
My children are descendants of Susan Mary Crow, daughter of Henry Crow and Susan Ann Ripperdan.
 

Name: Kay Swonger <kayswonger@yahoo.com>
Date: 2010-04-22
Comments:
Just want to say Good Luck and offer a bit of info.
My ancestors were George Crow, 1796, Va. married in 1814 at
? ,Baltimore Co., Maryland to Elizabeth Hammond, 1793, of
? , Baltimore, Co., Maryland.

G O O D L U C K !


The journey continues.........
Oh what a tangled web we weave.

 

Name: Brent Michael Crow <cubmc2@aol.com>
Date: 2010-04-13
Comments:
I am the son of James Oscar Crow, the Grandson of James Alan Crow from Danville IL. James Alan Crow had a number of brothers and a sister. The only siblings of my grandfather that I can remember are Buster Crow, Guy Crow, Freddie Crow, and Ester Crow. I believe that some of my grandfather’s family moved to California, and Texas. Any help would be great.

Brent

 

Name: Edward "Ed" Crow(e) <crowedsgn@ao.com>
Date: 2010-04-07
Comments:
I want to compliment Patty and her family and friends who invested so much time in researching her Crow(e) family roots and creating this website. I understand about the late hours and dedication that it takes to make this possible. Not every family member has the same degree of interest but there a few of us who do.
GREAT WORK!

 

Name: Susan Nielsen <susinielsen@yahoo.com>
Date: 2010-03-27
Comments:
I have found your site to be very interesting, my ggGrandmother was Luc W. Crow. Her daughter was Banky Delcene Smith, They were both born in Kentucy Luc in 1851 and Banky in 1875, don't know if our bloodlines are the same but found some interesting reading, Thanks Susi
 

Name: Susan Nielsen <susinielsen@yahoo.com>
Date: 2010-03-27
Comments:
I have found your site to be very interesting, my ggGrandmother was Luc W. Crow. Her daughter was Banky Delcene Smith, They were both born in Kentucy Luc in 1851 and Banky in 1875, don't know if our bloodlines are the same but found some interesting reading, Thanks Susi
 

Name: Cole Crow <bll_crw@yahoo.com>
Date: 2010-03-08
Comments:
we have the same last name and i just wanted to say hello
 

Name: Cole Crow <bll_crw@yahoo.com>
Date: 2010-03-08
Comments:
we have the same last name and i just wanted to say hello
 

Name: Mitch Crow <mitchellcrow@aol.com>
Date: 2010-03-06
Comments:
Sure miss y'all and our past exchanges. Been away awhile and had a need to "go back to my roots tonight" so found you again. Thinking of you and Patty...

Hugs,

Mitch

 

Name: Ricky Aiken <ricky_aiken@yahoo.com>
Date: 2010-02-09
Comments:
Hello Found this site by chance. It is sad when historians leave us but they leave their legacy of hard work!!! I am wondering If there is an Annie Crowe in the line who was married to William "Billy" Dodgens who later married Hester Ann Aiken?? Billy and Annie's son Joseph was the father of my great grandmother Matilda Dodgens who was Married to William Aiken. Their son Calvin Lee Aiken d 1964 was my grandfather and William Carroll Aiken b 1933 d 2008 was my father
 

Name: Ricky Aiken <ricky_aiken@yahoo.com>
Date: 2010-02-09
Comments:
Hello Found this site by chance. It is sad when historians leave us but they leave their legacy of hard work!!! I am wondering If there is an Annie Crowe in the line who was married to William "Billy" Dodgens who later married Hester Ann Aiken?? Billy and Annie's son Joseph was the father of my great grandmother Matilda Dodgens who was Married to William Aiken. Their son Calvin Lee Aiken d 1964 was my grandfather and William Carroll Aiken b 1933 d 2008 was my father
 

Name: Shirley Gray <thesgrayfam@hotmail.com>
Date: 2010-01-10
Comments:
My husband's line is the Wainscott line in Indiana. His 3rd g Uncle married into the McKinney line.
 

Name: Floyd Dovle Crow III <fdcstunner@sbcglobal.net>
Date: 2009-10-28
Comments:
Sorry, for your loss. I am trying to track down and see if any of my family is American Indian. I think that we do but I am not sure. My fathers name is Floyd Dovle Crow Jr. and my grandfather's name is Floyd Dovle Crow Sr., I have a uncle named Bobby Crow, and a Cousin named Phillip Crow, also an aunt Honey Crow... That's all I can remember but I know that there's is alot more that I am missing. But like I said I was trying to trace the roots back to see if any trace backs to American Indian and what tribe.
 

Name: Martha <mjthoman@ctcis.net>
Date: 2009-10-28
Comments:
Just checking back in
 

Name: Richard Crowe <richardpcrowe@gmail.com>
Date: 2009-10-06
Comments:
Hi,
This is a great site but, unfortunately this is not my CROW line. I descend from James CROW (b. 1770-80 d. 1841-50) who lived for the better part of his lif in Jefferson County, MS. His second wife was Eleanor "Nellie" MONTGOMERY and he is the scion of hundreds of us CROW?CROWE folks.
Good luck with your family search!
Richard Crowe

 

Name: teresa six <sixcrow05@hotmail.com>
Date: 2009-09-03
Comments:
I'am looking for information on my fathers parents. We don't know much about them just that my grandfather was Samuel R Crow born in we think 1908 in N.C. and my Grandmother was Mable B Crow born april 1 1922 in Wolfsville Maryland. My father and his borther where raised by their grandmother Amanda Mae Foltz/Rowe. If anyone knows anything please contact me at the E-mail I have given. Thank You so much.
 

Name: Shirlee Crow <shirleec7@aol.com>
Date: 2009-08-14
Comments:
A well done site! thank you for all the work you have done on this family; my husband, Weldon's Crow line has been my brick wall for years, so, I am sure that I shall refer back to these pages very often.
 

Name: Albert Enslen <al@enslen.net>
Date: 2009-08-02
Comments:
My line is Harriett Crow, born about 1813 in Davis County, KY.
She married Firman Long in Pike County, MO on 25 Oct 1810. Do you know the name of John Crow's (born about 1670 in No Sassasfras, Cecil, MD) father and mother and where they came from?

 

Name: Jan Crowe <bkbird3@comcast.net>
Date: 2009-06-17
Comments:
Great web site!!!

My husband is a grandson of Charles Marion Crowe who md Mytle Chandler. Then going back John Wesley Crow md to Delila Dexter; Jesse E. Crow md to Nancy Anderson; John Crow md to Elizabeth Jackson. and so forth. I need help in locating documents proving lineage from John Wesley to Jesse E. to John Crow to Walter Crow for Daughters of the American Revolution. I sure would appreciate any information, help or where to find these documents.

Thank you,

Jan Crowe

 

Name: pauline pickard <peapick@bigriver.net>
Date: 2009-05-01
Comments:
looking or Capolita Crow/Wallace, my gggrandmother.
 

Name: TERRI SCHUMACHER <terriann24@msn.com>
Date: 2009-03-19
Comments:
I am related thru John Crow McLaughlin
 

Name: G Davis <davi311@bellsouth.net>
Date: 2009-03-13
Comments:
lovely site
 

Name: Phillip Crow <phillipcrow@hotmail.com>
Date: 2009-03-13
Comments:
So very sorry to learn of Patty's passing.
 

Name: James Thompson <jagape@verizon.net>
Date: 2009-03-06
Comments:
My Grandma was Mabel Crow and my Great Aunt was Ruby Crow. Can't remember when they passed, was many years ago.
My dad is Robert Stuart Thompson, son of Mabel.

 

Name: Frank Watkins <tankfrank2002@yahoo.com>
Date: 2009-02-06
Comments:
I am a descendant of Charles Henry Watkins b 1821 in Kentucky who is the father in CROW EMIGRANT TRAIN OF 1865. I have an original reprint of the pamphlet this was derived from. My aunt told me it was a handout in the old Knott's Berry Farm Western History exibit.
 

Name: Martha Thoman <mjthoman@ctcis.net>
Date: 2009-01-27
Comments:
I am a relative of the Jacob Crow 1797-1892 (twin of Benjamin) family that are buried in the Lobb Cemetery in Blue Springs, Jackson County, MO.
Jacob's father was Jacob Crow 1759-1823 and his father was Walter Crow.
Jacob & Agnessa's daughter "Jennie" Jamimah Jane Crow was my great great grandmother. She 1st married George W. Wood of Blue Springs. Jamimah Jane and George W. Wood are both buried in the Blue Springs, Jackson County, MO cemetery. After George Wood died she later married Henry Dark. I have copies of newpaper articles, a picture of Jamimiah Jane "Jennie" Crow etc. Henry Dark and Jamimah had one son Russell Dark, I remember him well. He was a 1/2 brother to my great grandmother whom we visited often and he was there visiting a lot also, I have also been in his home too. My great grandmother was Georgia Dell Wood who married Charles Arthur Johnson. I also have information about Georgia Dell Wood's brother JC Wood and have a picture of him and his family in OK and a letter he wrote to his wife while he was in OK looking for land to purchase etc. My grandfather was William Eugene Johnson, my mother is Mary Marjorie Johnson Hughes and I am Martha Hughes Thoman. I would be interested in any connections or information anyone has. It is told in old stories that there is Indian in our Crow family...Does anyone have any information on this? I have been to the Lobb Cemetery where Jacob and most of his family is buried. Jamimah "Jennie" Crow's 2nd husband is buried in Lee's Summit, Jackson County, MO by his 1st wife. This is an awesome website! Tracey has been very helpful in my research!! Thanks! Martha

 

Name: Thelma Jennings <jtjen-2128@ccis.com>
Date: 2009-01-27
Comments:
When my Grandson who is studing to be a history teacher, came for Christmas, I wanted to show him some of our own history. Thats when I found out the Crow web-site was missing. Sorry to lose one of our own. I'm one of Rachel Crow Gibbons Gr.Gr.Granddaughters. Maybe when the book comes out, it will be possible to gvet one. Again I'm sorry for all Patty's fqamily. Thelma Jennings
 

Name: Patti Crow Keller <kellerpatti@yahoo.com>
Date: 2009-01-05
Comments:
I am sorry I didn't get to communicate with my name sake before she passed. My family is part of the Thomas Crow and Isabelle Scarlette family. Please accept my regards and wish you healing in the years ahead.
Patti Crow Keller

 

Name: Bill Clontz <billclontz@att.net>
Date: 2008-12-30
Comments:
I am a decendent of Abraham Crow and Phoebe Townsend Crow as their son McKinley (Big Mac) Crow (father of George Ezekiel Crow) was my great grandfather. My grandfather (George Ezekiel Crow married Hattie Davis Crow and had 3 children (Carl Ezekiel, Walter Grady and Grace) before Hattie died of Measles in child birth along with the infant. He then married Mary Lou Padgett Crow and they had 7 children (Edgar,Carie,Edna,Fannie Mae,Eula,Beatrice,Bobbie Nell, and Charlie. All 10 children were raised as one family....Would love to know more.....if you have more.....Great Site, and thanks for the hard work you did to get it started....
 

Name: John C. Crow <crow@ssnyc.com>
Date: 2008-03-29
Comments:
This is very interesting. In our family, the names Walter and John (or JC) have alternated between generations.

I was born in Texas in 1964. My father was Walter Crow, born in Chattanooga, OK in 1932. His father was JC Crow, and JC's brother was Joe Crow, who spent a good part of his life in Indiahoma, OK.

My paternal grandmother was from the Hogan family, most likely from north-eastern Texas.

I can definitively trace our line of the family to to ante-bellum Alabama, around the Oxford area. One ancestor, from whom I have seen a letter, was Christopher Columbus Crow, apparently a lieutenant in the 1st Alabama Light Calvary. From pension records it would appear that he survived the war, but I'm not sure who showed up in Oklahoma. I do know that we were Sooners, and as my family liked to quip, managed to take the only piece of land from the Indians that didn't have oil under it.

I've tried tracing the family line back and wind up variously either in Massachusetts in 1630 or Maryland in 1615.

If anyone has any information that might help connect some of the dots, I'd appreciate it.

JCC

 

Name: John C. Crow <crow@ssnyc.com>
Date: 2008-03-29
Comments:
This is very interesting. In our family, the names Walter and John (or JC) have alternated between generations.

I was born in Texas in 1964. My father was Walter Crow, born in Chattanooga, OK in 1932. His father was JC Crow, and JC's brother was Joe Crow, who spent a good part of his life in Indiahoma, OK.

My paternal grandmother was from the Hogan family, most likely from north-eastern Texas.

I can definitively trace our line of the family to to ante-bellum Alabama, around the Oxford area. One ancestor, from whom I have seen a letter, was Christopher Columbus Crow, apparently a lieutenant in the 1st Alabama Light Calvary. From pension records it would appear that he survived the war, but I'm not sure who showed up in Oklahoma. I do know that we were Sooners, and as my family liked to quip, managed to take the only piece of land from the Indians that didn't have oil under it.

I've tried tracing the family line back and wind up variously either in Massachusetts in 1630 or Maryland in 1615.

If anyone has any information that might help connect some of the dots, I'd appreciate it.

JCC

 

Name: John C. Crow <crow@ssnyc.com>
Date: 2008-03-29
Comments:
This is very interesting. In our family, the names Walter and John (or JC) have alternated between generations.

I was born in Texas in 1964. My father was Walter Crow, born in Chattanooga, OK in 1932. His father was JC Crow, and JC's brother was Joe Crow, who spent a good part of his life in Indiahoma, OK.

My paternal grandmother was from the Hogan family, most likely from north-eastern Texas.

I can definitively trace our line of the family to to ante-bellum Alabama, around the Oxford area. One ancestor, from whom I have seen a letter, was Christopher Columbus Crow, apparently a lieutenant in the 1st Alabama Light Calvary. From pension records it would appear that he survived the war, but I'm not sure who showed up in Oklahoma. I do know that we were Sooners, and as my family liked to quip, managed to take the only piece of land from the Indians that didn't have oil under it.

I've tried tracing the family line back and wind up variously either in Massachusetts in 1630 or Maryland in 1615.

If anyone has any information that might help connect some of the dots, I'd appreciate it.

JCC

 

Name: John C. Crow <crow@ssnyc.com>
Date: 2008-03-29
Comments:
This is very interesting. In our family, the names Walter and John (or JC) have alternated between generations.

I was born in Texas in 1964. My father was Walter Crow, born in Chattanooga, OK in 1932. His father was JC Crow, and JC's brother was Joe Crow, who spent a good part of his life in Indiahoma, OK.

My paternal grandmother was from the Hogan family, most likely from north-eastern Texas.

I can definitively trace our line of the family to to ante-bellum Alabama, around the Oxford area. One ancestor, from whom I have seen a letter, was Christopher Columbus Crow, apparently a lieutenant in the 1st Alabama Light Calvary. From pension records it would appear that he survived the war, but I'm not sure who showed up in Oklahoma. I do know that we were Sooners, and as my family liked to quip, managed to take the only piece of land from the Indians that didn't have oil under it.

I've tried tracing the family line back and wind up variously either in Massachusetts in 1630 or Maryland in 1615.

If anyone has any information that might help connect some of the dots, I'd appreciate it.

JCC

 

Name: John C. Crow <crow@ssnyc.com>
Date: 2008-03-29
Comments:
This is very interesting. In our family, the names Walter and John (or JC) have alternated between generations.

I was born in Texas in 1964. My father was Walter Crow, born in Chattanooga, OK in 1932. His father was JC Crow, and JC's brother was Joe Crow, who spent a good part of his life in Indiahoma, OK.

My paternal grandmother was from the Hogan family, most likely from north-eastern Texas.

I can definitively trace our line of the family to to ante-bellum Alabama, around the Oxford area. One ancestor, from whom I have seen a letter, was Christopher Columbus Crow, apparently a lieutenant in the 1st Alabama Light Calvary. From pension records it would appear that he survived the war, but I'm not sure who showed up in Oklahoma. I do know that we were Sooners, and as my family liked to quip, managed to take the only piece of land from the Indians that didn't have oil under it.

I've tried tracing the family line back and wind up variously either in Massachusetts in 1630 or Maryland in 1615.

If anyone has any information that might help connect some of the dots, I'd appreciate it.

JCC

 

Name: Patricia O'Brien <patricia.obrien@rogers.com>
Date: 2008-03-29
Comments:
Interesting site and filled with lots of family data. My Crowes are from Sussex/Springfield, New Brunswick, Canada. My great-grandmother was Emaline Crowe, who had two sisters, Mary and Annabelle. I am in the process of trying to find out who her parents were, but the records are difficult to sort out. I write this here in hopes that anyone else researching the New Brunswick/Canada Crowes might want to share some information. I think you did a remarkable job on your site......best, Patricia
 

Name: Betty Jean Crow <bettyboop4747@cox.net>
Date: 2008-03-25
Comments:
I am the daughter of Clarence Crow. Who was the son of Edward Crow who was born in a covered wagon near Sacramento, CA.
 

Name: Benjamin L Crowe <benjamin.l.crowe@us.army.mil>
Date: 2008-03-17
Comments:
Nice site...I was just trying to look up my family past and your site was very helpful in doing so...
 

Name: Art Tetrick <tetrickaf@verizon.net>
Date: 2008-03-12
Comments:
I'm looking for info on my g-g-g-grandmother Lucinda Crow, b. about 1807 on S.Carolina. Married Uriah Wiley Russell. Need help with her parents. Anyone having a suggestion please email. Thanks much!!
 

Name: michelle bell (nee maxwell) <bhippies2003@yahoo.com.au>
Date: 2008-03-10
Comments:
was blown away by all your information, my grandmother was from the Isle of man, her name was Anne Killip Crowe, I know she had one sister by the name of Alma and they both lived in NSW Australia.
 

Name: Mary Triplett <mirriah56@cfl.rr.com>
Date: 2008-02-24
Comments:
Note from John Bracchi- Dorothy's husband. Her real husband is George Anthony Kellenberg, b. 9 Nov 1905 in Menlo Park, Santa Clara County, California and d. 20 May 1975 in Chapel Hill, Orange County, North Carolina. This George is my 1C1R, son of my Great Aunt, Virginia Louise Bracchi.Mr. Bracchi's email is jbracchi@mac.com
 

Name: Mary N Triplett <mirriah56@cfl.rr.com>
Date: 2008-02-24
Comments:
Hi Patty and Tracey, I just found some info for you on Stacey Francis Sutton, Jr. Born 12 APR 1922 in Eureka, Ca and died 15 Jul 2004. Last known residence was Walnut Creek, Contra Costa, CA. His social security number was 570-10-2117, issued in CA.. Has Ms. Elizabeth Elenor died? If not please convey my condolences to her. Thank you. Respectfully, Mary
 

Name: vincent page crow <page.crow@kcweb.net>
Date: 2008-01-27
Comments:
Howdy. Just looking. Our Crow's are in Jackson County, MO. My dad was Allen Page Crow, son of Edna (Dean) and Albert Layfette Crow, up from Oklahoma.

There's five Crow males that pass the family name on up here in Missouri: Stewart Harris Crow, my brother, Perry Dean Crow, cousin, Preston his son, Kyriacos Page Crow, my son and myself Vincent Page Crow.

Best to All!

page crow

 

Name: Dorothy Jamison <sangamon@casscomm.com>
Date: 2008-01-20
Comments:
Hello, what a beautiful site and just full of wonderful info for people. Thanks for all your hard work.
Can anyone give me info on a Jesse Crow.born around 1804 in Tennessee.......moved to Jackson County Illinois, raised family near DeSota Illinois..wife Mary. I think ..Gill. Children;
Polly Ann, George Washington, Nancy A. cannot read this one, looks like..Iancee.........Althea, Annanias. This from the 1850 Illinois census.
Any info greatly appreciated.
Dorothy Jamison

sangamon@casscomm.com



 

Name: patricia curran <patricia_curran@yahoo.co.uk>
Date: 2007-12-06
Comments:
Hi everyone.
My great aunt Catherine Carragher born Glasgow Scotland was a servant/children`s nurse [1930] in the John Bradford Crow household in California

 

Name: Vonda Lee (Crow) Husted <vonda. husted@gmail.com>
Date: 2007-11-23
Comments:
My parents, Roy Stark and Nona (Hansen) Crow, gave myself and my three siblings (Nannette, William Roy, and Linda Ann) copies of "California Trail Herds" when we were young.

I have really enjoyed your website.

Vonda

 

Name: Kathy Tucker Artegiani <r.artegiani@comcast.net>
Date: 2007-10-30
Comments:
You have a great web site. I descend from your line of Crow's. My 3rd great grandmother was Dorcas Crow b 1805 in Washington MO. Her father was Walter Crow b 1783 in Greene County TN. I loved looking at all of the information you have on the family. I want to thank you so much for making it available. I recently purchased a home in Nevada City, CA and really enjoyed the Gold Rush information. I live in Petaluma, CA, and it is also mentioned in the Wagon Train story.
Thank you again,
Kathy Tucker Artegiani

 

Name: Scots-Irish-Prussian Raven <poetrywaif@yahoo.com>
Date: 2007-10-30
Comments:
You will see and you will find that not one group can make it's bind around a family so broad and wide colors only make things divide. But you will see soon as I have seen that Silver mixes well with Green and your earliest ancestor on the Isle of Man, I've matched one as well, pretty coincidental don't you think? Just know this and know it well Irish Type III Modal isn't only for Ui'Neill. Irish Type III Modal has a Southern flair, from the Clan of Boru, you know, Brian the Bear. CROY is the name we should seek, when looking for all else that can't be found, for CROY is the ecclesiastial spelling of Crow and Crowe and lest we should forget Croy & Dal Cross which means Crow & Descendants of Crow in Scottish. This was in ROSS you see Iverness-shire, Scotland to you and me. As beautiful as I have always found your page, I find us divided by colors assigned to us when I know that certain people intermarried, cousins marrying cousins, so it wouldn't show up in a Y test, that's as basic as ABC.
 

Name: John W. Crowe <jwcrowe@buckeye-express.com>
Date: 2007-10-29
Comments:
I really enjoyed all the information about the Crow's. I live in Toledo, Ohio and I would like to know if we are connected? My fathers name is Howard J. Crowe and his fathers name is Melvin Crowe. I was told that Melvin's last name was changed beacuse it didn't look proper so the "E" was added by a school teacher. My father, Howard did some research on our ancestry and I believe it was traced to the south. I do know that Howards relatives were from mid-southern Ohio. Delphos and Lima area.
Love to hear from someone.
John

 

Name: Carolyn Crabtree <info@danvillekentucky.com>
Date: 2007-10-24
Comments:
A log structure, dated by two restoration experts to be pre-1800, has been located on the John Crow Settlement Grant adjacent to the Walker Daniel plat of Danville, KY. The community is trying to preserve the structure and relocate it to Constitution Square State Historic Site in Danville. Anyone interested in more information may visit the Boyle County Genealogy website at http://www.bcga2.org or contact me at info@danvillekentucky.com.
 

Name: Jan Jackson <janj@koyote.com>
Date: 2007-09-20
Comments:
I stumbled on your website while doing some searching for Benjamin Crow who is my 4th great grandfather, through his daughter Elizabeth who married Thomas McLaughlin. I found all the information very interesting and educational! What a great ancestry we have in the Crow's! I am looking for cousins/family, so I hope someone reads this! Feel free to email me!

 

Name: John Bracchi <jbracchi@mac.com>
Date: 2007-09-08
Comments:
Thanks for the website. It filled in a few things for me. Just so you know, it starts getting a bit loose on accuracy around who you call Verda Trolinger. Henry Trolinger was her husband and Trolinger is not her maiden name. Check the 1850 Census for La Clede County, Missouri. Also the 1900 Census for Dent, San Joaquin County, CA says she was born Sep 1819.
 

Name: Christine Craigo <ccraigo@comcast.net>
Date: 2007-07-06
Comments:
Thank you for this AWESOME website! You have brought the Crow family members to life with their histories and your stories. I am so grateful to have found this wonderful and informative resource!

Rachel Crow Gibbins, daughter of Benjamin and Ann Gragg Crow, was my ggg-grandmother. She was born 1802 in Missouri and moved with her parents to the Arkansas Territory about 1819. It was there that she married Samuel Gibbins with whom she had nine children. Samuel was murdered in 1851.

In 1852, widowed Rachel, three brothers and two sisters, seven of her children, and a couple of other Crow family members joined a wagon train leaving from St. Joseph, Missouri. Rachel settled in Placer County and later moved to Mendocino County, California, where she died in 1877.

Thanks again!

Christine Kenville Craigo
Carol Wyatt & Evart Carrol Kenville
Christine Gibbins & Vernon Vere Wyatt
Isaac Walter Gibbins & Julia Mae Rachford
Joseph Rankin Gibbins & Mary Riffe
Rachel Crow & Samuel Gibbins

 

Name: Linda Emery <linemery50@yahoo.com>
Date: 2007-06-03
Comments:
My great-great grand-mother was Sarah Ellen Crow (1847-1937, dtr. of Jacob Lewis & Katharine (Shaw) Crow in Pike County, MO.

Your website is very interesting. Great Job.

 

Name: michele e. mcdonald <mtm530@yahoo.com>
Date: 2007-05-19
Comments:
Thank you for this remarkable web site. My grandfather was Dr. Lloyd Crow of Crows Landing. I am fascinated by our Crow family history, and owe my interest to my many relatives in the Crows Landing area. I would like to know more about Isaac Crow,who was my great grandfather Benjamin's brother. Benjamin was Lloyd's father, and died from falling off of a horse when Lloyd was only two years old. A dear friend of mine of many years, from Rochester, New York, is a "Crowe". He looks exactly like the pictures of Isaac Crow. I'm quite sure there is a connection. His nephew, Steve Crow, looks just like Dick Crow (Mervyn's son) when Dick was a young man. My friends little boy looks like a dead ringer for my grandfather Lloyd when he was a child. These striking resemblances are uncanny. How can I find out more about Isaac and his descendents?

Thanks to all,and especially Tracey.

Michele McDonald

 

Name: Judy Brodie <JLBrodie@bigpond.net.au>
Date: 2007-03-03
Comments:
Hello to all those Crow people. What a great site! I am descended through the Crow families that were from Mildenhall and Lakenheath areas in Suffolk England. There were Roger Crows, Elihu Crows and Richard Crows which were common family names passed down. They are connected to the Morley, Peachey, Hanslip and Newdick families just to name a few. Please email me if you have any connections. Cheers Judy from Australia
 

Name: Laura Driscoll - Crow <ken.kaz@fultererusa.com>
Date: 2006-12-31
Comments:
My name is Laura Driscoll - Crow, daughter to Charles E. Crow, son to Dr James Phillip Crow and Clara Rugel, son to Dr Samuel J Crow II and Catherine Waters - Smith. I would like to get/verify information about my father and the relationship with the Missouri/Kentucky Crow family.

Thank you, Laura Driscoll - Crow
410 551-1102

 

Name: John L. Crow <sadlrfan19@Yahoo.com>
Date: 2006-10-30
Comments:
My Grandfather was James Virgil Crow of Casey Co. Kentucky
His Father was Benjamin Franklin Crow who was a son of
James Mckittrick Crow who was a Civil War vet.
Have Newspaper article and photos of James Mckittrick Crow
who's name is on Memorial in Danville,Ky. Square.




 

Name: Paul A. Crow <pacrow@earthlink.net>
Date: 2006-09-30
Comments:
Looking for some connections.
 

Name: Patricia Stuart <kanaka40@hotmail.com>
Date: 2006-09-29
Comments:
This was absolutley wonderful......I am from Henry Crow, youngest son of Jacob Crow and Ellender Wright . I wish more pictures would come forward. John Crow was first married to Elizabeth Higgnett.....I have a deed showing this if anyone wants a copy to put on the web site. Also, I saw a lot of Higgnetts in Baltimore, MD. Also, in Cecil Co. in the church records( Sassafras Creek area) there is a family of Millers...John, and etc. I didn't see any Ann's, but that doesn't mean there was not one.....i have pictures of Nancy Crow Hamilton in front of her house in Modesto, CA ....Someone in Crows landing had a picture of the Crow brothers from Ky if my memory serves me right...I would love to see it on the site. Let me know if I can share some of this for the site for all to see.
 

Name: Victor Moore <deetebbs@netzero.com>
Date: 2006-08-21
Comments:
Great website. Very enjoyable. I'm a descendant of Adelia Crow of Southern Utah, who came through Walter Hamilton Crow, Robert, Benjamin, and Walter the innkeeper. So if my info is correct, I have ancestors who were at Valley Forge. I'm proud of that.

I'm also first cousin to Leatha Ann Chapman, who signed in about three years ago. From across time and cyberspace, hello Leatha! And hello to all my distant cousins. Just wish the Crow surname could have gotten down to me. It's a cool name.

 

Name: Leland J Crow <iljoecrow@yahoo.com>
Date: 2006-08-01
Comments:
I am a Decendant Of Benjamin Crow through Benjamin Brown Crow My Great Grandfather. I enjoyed your website very much i learned a lot a didn.t know. Keep Up the good work. I would like to hear from anyone.
 

Name: Jason Crow <jcrow@sacog.org>
Date: 2006-07-21
Comments:
This website is fantastic! I'm a descendant of Jacob Crow (son of James and Rhoda Van Winkle Stemmons). Jacob's son Walter was my great-grandfather. My father grew up in Farber, MO. While I was born in Michigan, I grew up in Reno, NV and now live in Sacramento. It's amazing to me to see the ties other Crows have in this area going back to the Gold Rush.
 

Name: Michael Crow <mcrow24@yahoo.com>
Date: 2006-06-19
Comments:
Hello,

Just checking out your page here. I have always wondered if we my family had Manx Roots. I'm just starting out with my search. We have a large related group of Crows here in Minnesota and other smaller relative groups in Oregon and Missippi.

 

Name: Jim Snodgrass <snoj@icx.net>
Date: 2006-05-16
Comments:
Have an interest in James Crow of Washington county, Va. who was married to Sarah Redpath who died there in 1851. I can not tie him to earlier family and assume his age would not fit James of Kings Mt. My key interest, their daughter, is Mary Polly Crow born 1813 who married Edward Snodgrass 1812-1892 and both are buried in Lee county, Va. in Spangler cemetery. Their son John was first round up chairman of Wyoming Stock Growers Association.
Great site which has interested me in following up.

 

Name: Patricia G. McSorley <mcsorleyp@sbcglobal.net>
Date: 2006-04-05
Comments:
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Comment: 'Your website is awesome! I\'m hoping to find out more of the "Crow" family. My grandmother, Mrytle Crow (my mom\'s mother)is the only link I have at this time. I\'ve just started doing some research for my ancestry on both my mother and dad\'s families. Both sides of my grandparents lived in Shelbyville,(Shelby County) Texas. So, I\'m real new at this study, but hoping to find more information. Myrtle Crow died in 1973 or 1974 at the age of 86 in Center, Texas and buried in Patroon, Texas beside her husband, John Samuel Fields who died in 1963 or 1964. I have no idea where or when they married. They had 13 children; Ruth, Pearl, Dorothy, Lillie Mae, Lucille, Lewis, Winston, Geraldine, Johnnie, Myra, Hazel and Nelwyn. Only five of these children are still living with four in southeast TX and one in LA. I\'ve learned that Mrytle is Native American and is thought that their families came to Texas from TN and LA with the "Tennessee Trace (or Trails?~info from my dad).

If you happen to find any more information of the Crow ancestry, could you please write me?

Thank you much for your time and the opportunity to learn more. Again, you\'ve done a beautiful work with this website.

Sorry for some of the repeat information, but I failed to include some important information relating to my grandmother, Myrtle Crow.'

 

Name: Patricia Golding McSorley <mcsorleyp@sbcglobal.net>
Date: 2006-04-05
Comments:
Your website is awesome! I'm hoping to find out more of the "Crow" family. My grandmother, Mrytle Crow (my mom's mother)is the only link I have at this time. I've just started doing some research for my ancestry on both my mother and dad's families. So, I'm real new at this study, but hoping to find more information. Myrtle Crow died in 1973 or 1974 at the age of 86. She was married to John Samuel Fields, but have no idea of where or when they married. They had 13 children with names of Ruth, Pearl, Dorothy, Lillie Mae, Lucille, Lewis, Winston, Geraldine, Johnnie, Myra, Hazel and Nelwyn.

If you happen to find any more information of the Crow family, could you please write me?

Thank you much for your time and the opportunity to learn more.

Patricia G. McSorley

 

Name: Robin Hodges <robinlhodges@hotmail.com>
Date: 2006-03-28
Comments:
One note: Peter Thomas Crow married Catherine Laswell. The name was changed from Litsey. The Litsey's were next door neighbors to the parents of Abraham Lincoln. The Litsey's helped make Nancy Hanks wedding dress and attended the wedding. In addition, the Litsey's lived next door to Abraham Lincolns grandfather when he was killed by the Indians. I read in your article about the killing and I thought it interesting how the families lives crossed.
 

Name: Robin Hodges <robinlhodges@hotmail.com>
Date: 2006-03-28
Comments:
I am a descendant of Walter Crow. My branch of the family (Walter - John - Philip - Peter - Malissa) migrated to Oklahoma where they participated in the Land Run and established their roots. Thank you for this website. It is extremely informative.
 

Name: Julie <slbelle@hotmail.com>
Date: 2006-02-21
Comments:
Outstanding website! Thank you for all information you have made available, and for the extraordinary amount of time it took to both gather this information, and to place it on the internet. <br>Walter Crow was my 7-gr grandfather. I descend through his son, James. <br>Then through his daughter Sarah Ann, who married James Logan McKinney. <br>Then through their daughter Emily McKinney, who married John Cox. <br>Then through their daughter Isabelle Cox, who married Anson Nicholson. <br>Then through their daughter Mary Ellen Nicholson, who married James Lewis Stevens. <br> <br>James Lewis Stevens was my great grandfather. <br> <br>I would be more than happy to share what information I have with you. <br> <br>Thanks again for a wonderful site! <br> <br>Julie <br>
 

Name: Sally Taylor <sjt111@sbcglobal.net>
Date: 2006-02-20
Comments:
My search is for the William, George, George, Flem CROW line. Spouses were Todd and Brown. Would love to email with cousins about these lines. <br> <br>This sight is very nice. Thank you.
 

Name: Sally Taylor <sjt111@sbcglobal.net>
Date: 2006-02-20
Comments:
My search is for the William, George, George, Flem CROW line. Spouses were Todd and Brown. Would love to email with cousins about these lines. <br> <br>This sight is very nice. Thank you.
 

Name: Henry Crow <henrycrow@hotmail.com>
Date: 2006-02-08
Comments:
i have been trying to find my father, very difficult, mum recently passed away, and devorsed my dad some years back, long story, but im on a quest to find my root. yours is a cool web page, good luck
Henry Crow united kingdom.



 

Name: Janice (Tosta) Finney <janfinneytos@webtv.net>
Date: 2006-01-30
Comments:
I grew up in Crows Landin with Janet, Phylis and Glen Crow. Their parents were my 4-H leaders when I was a youngster. Great memories.
 

Name: Bill Parr <Bill@ParrWeb.com>
Date: 2006-01-13
Comments:
the Crows of Northwest SC are my ancestors. I enjoyed your site.
 

Name: Barbara Triplett-Brown <barbtbrown@kc.rr.com>
Date: 2006-01-06
Comments:
My gggrandfather and gggrandmother were John and Elizabeth (Ripperdan) Swan of Corydon, Indiana. Her father was Hiland Ripperdan. Just trying to do further research into the Ripperdan's to see what I can find. Thank you for such a nice site. Barb
 

Name: Bud Thomas <TTTFARMS@PINELAND.NET>
Date: 2006-01-05
Comments:
GREAT WORK AND GREAT WEBSITE!!
 

Name: Ray Ellis <raye@surewest.net>
Date: 2006-01-02
Comments:
Very very nice genealogy, outstanding presentation and art work. One of the best 5 sites I have ever seen. You work is just super. I wish I had just five percent of your knowledge. thanks for allowing me to take a look.

Ray E.

 

Name: Caryol Roberts <Cary35@aol.com>
Date: 2005-09-10
Comments:
Most interesting site to date for me. Researching grandmother's family who came in 1853 over Carson Pass with
"Big Train" Daniel Deady and his wife Maria Louisa (nee: Creamer) children and one Step-son Henry Stimler. The went to Placerville and worked at a shingle mill and then on to Sutter's Creek ( or maybe worked mill there). They finally settled in Woodbridge. Also my great grandfather may have been on train (?) George Washington Gray no info at all.
How can I find names to locate wagon train ?
Sincerely, Caryol Roberts

 

Name: Robert H. Crow <abcjr2@adelphia.net>
Date: 2005-08-26
Comments:
My line of the Crow family is in Woodruff and Spartanburg, SC. I have done some research but have not made much progress. I was told that our ancestors came from England and settled in SC, GA and Alabama or Texas. Two brothers and a sister. The sister married a New Yorker. I also know that some to the Crow family lived in Virginia near Richmond. We are also related to the Barnett family and also the Woffard family. Benjamin Wafford founded Wofford College in Spartanburg, SC. My grand father was Henry Burrows Crow, Woodruff, SC.

Thank you for doing a great job! I will be glad to share what I have and/or receive som help. Bob Crow

 

Name: Barbara Crow Whiteman <daisyw2@aol.com>
Date: 2005-08-19
Comments:
What a delight to find your wonderful website! My great-grandfather was Alfred McDowell Crow who came across the plains from Missouri with that cattle drive. I have just started reading the links and am enjoying all of your hard work.
Thank you.

 

Name: Brenda <priority@comtutors.com>
Date: 2005-07-30
Comments:
I have information on Harrison Underwood but am unable to mail to the e-mail adress linked under "Mail."
 

Name: Jean Creswick <jeancreswick@earthlink.net>
Date: 2005-07-03
Comments:
So happy to find your website! This is my great-great Uncle Thomas Jefferson Crowley's family. He is listed on your tree.
 

Name: Barbara Hill <bhill@calmail.berkeley.edu>
Date: 2005-06-24
Comments:
Hello - You have a Joseph Rankin Gibbins who came to California, and you have his second marriage as being in 1869 in Mendocino County to Lillian Graves. However, Lillian Graves was my great-aunt and was not born until August 19, 1862 and she certainly did not get married at the age of seven. They were married on January 3, 1883 in the Palace Hotel in San Francisco, and it was reported in the city newspapers at that time. Yes, Joe was old enough to be her father. There's more if anyone is interested.
 

Name: Jane A. Crone <janeandbillc@cablelynx.com>
Date: 2005-05-22
Comments:
This is a super website!! I am in Arkansas and a decendent of Benjamin Crow, Telitha Cumi Crow Dewoody, Hazel Dewoody Kinnaird, Tom Kinnaird, and Louis Kinnaird. We are all Scotch-Irish for sure! Very clear and easy to read. Thank you sooo much. There is a monument in Arkadelphia, Arkansas finally for Benjamin Crow, RWS.
Daughter of Louis Kinnaird, Jane A. Crone

 

Name: Kenneth Norman <kgnhouston@aol.com>
Date: 2005-05-10
Comments:
I am the grandson of Ernest Price Crow (deceased of Baytown, Texas), great grandson of Wesley Ernest Crow (deceased of Baytown, Texas), and great great grandson of John Wesley Crow (deceased who moved from California to Baytown, Texas, and later returned to California after his first wife Rachel Crow died in Baytown) I live in the 100 year old house John Wesley Crow built in Baytown, Texas.
 

Name: TED GREGG <theodoregregg@aol.com>
Date: 2005-04-10
Comments:
NEED HELP I list a Nancy Crow b. 25 mar 1764 married to Henry Gragg her parents were Walter Crow and Ann Miller
also list a Nancy Ellender Crow b. 25 mar 1764 married to Thomas Henry Gragg who is Henry's brother , with Walter Crow and Ann Miller as parents Would someone straighten me out Ted Gregg

 

Name: P Kinzey <dpjtkinzey@yahoo.com>
Date: 2005-03-22
Comments:
I happen to find your site. You all have done a wonderful job. I am the granddaughter in law of Mamie Evelyn Crow Kinzey. She is the daughter of George Washington Crow. All of their children have died. Grandma Mamie died last month at the age of 103. If you would like to update this family please contact me at my email address.
 

Name: Lewis Crow <lecrow@sbcglobal.net>
Date: 2005-03-08
Comments:
Tracey, I don't know very much about using these web sites or even about posting my DNA. A lady name Carlene Bootz, I believe that's correct, somehow found me and asked me to do the test. She is around 70 and has done alot of research. I will try to forward you her email and maybe she is kin. Do you know if we are in fact related? Have you ever heard of Isaac Crow? Charlie Crow?
Eddie(Lewis)Crow

 

Name: Delight Brown <semilk@aol.com>
Date: 2005-03-04
Comments:
Am a descendent of the Crow family from Md and De. Trying to make links from 1819.....James Crow in Md with Hannah and then Rachel(believe may have been Ludin, married 1858). Thanks for putting site up for all.
 

Name: Bea Mansfield <blfmans@yahoo.com>
Date: 2005-02-27
Comments:
My husband's grandmother was a Crowe. The oldest ancestor we know was Albert Crow born in Erie Co, NY about 1795. Albert and his children: Orlando, Hoira, William, Cyrenus, Harriet, Ozra?, and Ann, were in Erie Co, PA when Cyrenus was born in 1838. Cyrenus died in 1917 in Crawford Co, PA. The family believes that the Crowes came from Canada and had a trading post in Buffalo. Is anyone else researching this line? Bea
 

Name: dorothy crowe <birdladyd@yahoo.com>
Date: 2005-02-25
Comments:
I'm a crowe by birth. I love the website. I'm looking for my line, as charles was my dad. His dad was fred crowe and his dad was george cro(e). We reared from missouri, but I dont know much more than that. Looking for family to show my children what a great heratige we have.
 

Name: Laurie Dunfield-Baker <laurie@unsealrecords.com>
Date: 2005-02-19
Comments:
I am a descendant of the Crow family (my great-grandmother being Virginia Crow.) My father tells me stories of the Crow family, particularly the wagon tral. I greatly enjoyed reading the rich history you have prepared here. Thank-you.
 

Name: Juanita <ajsjtj@cox.net>
Date: 2005-02-11
Comments:
Looking for Viola Crow b. abt.1909 who married my grandfather
Levi Summers in 1923 Ar.
They are listed on 1930 census Ar.
Viola Crow was 2nd wife to Levi Summers b.1893 WV d.1960 Ar.
She was stepmother to my mother Venie age 11 & brother Hobert 9 Summers.......and she and Levi had 3 more children.
Levi remarried for a 3rd and 4th time...1935 & 19??

Does anyone know of her parents? Or where she might have
live in 1920?

Would appreciate any and all help on this one..........
Thank you for your time.

Juanita NV

 

Name: Mary Bittick Gallano <mary_bittick_gallano@earthlink.net>
Date: 2005-02-10
Comments:
Very nice site! I'm researching the Bittick-Crow-McLaughlin connections in Missour, Arkansas and Texas. Is it possible to link to your website from my Show Me the Bittick's site?

Mary Bittick Gallano

 

Name: Carolyn Crabtree <ctree1492@earthlink.net>
Date: 2004-11-21
Comments:
I love the site and the wonderful information. I would also like to let people know that the book "Early Days in Danville", by Calvin Fackler, is again available for purchase from the Boyle County Genealogical Association. Contact me for a copy.
 

Name: Linda (Scott) Hunt <linda_scott_hunt@sbcglobal.net>
Date: 2004-11-12
Comments:
A reliable family source indicates your William Crow is the father of our Edward Crow, born in 1720 in Maryland. Other sources are Spring issue 1989 of Maryland Delaware Genealogy Magazine Vol. XXX #3 pages 70 & 71; BK Maryland Eastern Shore Vital Records pages 16 & 17.
William Crow, born May 12, 1675 in Kent Co. Maryland, died June 16, 1744 in St. Georges Parish, Hartford Co. Maryland. William Crow married Mary Urick (Unick) May 24, 1702 in St. Pauls Parish, New Kent, Maryland.
Or William Crow died between November 20, 1745 and January 7, 1745/6. His son William died between October 8 and November 29, 1746 and left his brothers Isaac and Thomas his estate. James Crow and brother Edward Crow were left money. (This will indicates our connection)
James Crow married Mary Farmer and Edward Crow married Priscilla Farmer. They were both daughters of Samuel Farmer and wife Sarah DuVall.


 

Name: Linda (Scott) Hunt <linda_scott_hunt@sbcglobal.net>
Date: 2004-11-12
Comments:
My husband is a descendant of Edward Crow, born 1720 in Maryland, his son Samuel Crow, born 1756 in Maryland, his son Samuel J. Crow, MD, born 1798 in Kentucky, his son William H. H. Crow, MD, born 1824, his daughter Harriet Crow, born in 1858 in Missouri. I can attach a picture of William H. H. Crow and his wife and children if you would like. We still live in Missouri, and work on genealogy.
 

Name: Margaret Scarpelli <m_scarpelli@yahoo.com>
Date: 2004-11-04
Comments:
I tried to send an e-mail but I have no idea if you recieved it ...Thank you for helping me with my search
 

Name: Haworth A. Clover, Ed.D. <drclover@hesperiapress.org>
Date: 2004-10-19
Comments:
Delightful site. Enjoyed the good read!! Think I have the
Walter Crow family correct now. Thanks.

 

Name: Graham Crow <crowie100@yahoo.co.uk>
Date: 2004-09-27
Comments:
While searching for information on the Crow family of Norfolk and Suffolk I found your web site. So far I have got back to 1801 when James Breame Crow was born in Burgh Castle in the county of Suffolk.
 

Name: Kathy Cummings <jamesa@iglou.com>
Date: 2004-07-12
Comments:
Followed the reference to The Painted Stone Station and The Long Run Massacre. This year at the re-enactment we are doing a special tribute to the descendants of Painted Stone. For more information go to www.graphicenterprises.net
 

Name: zoe callahan <fairoax@yahoo.com>
Date: 2004-06-20
Comments:
I have the picture of Nancy Crow Hamilton and I also have
a picture of Hattie and Harry Crow at age 14.
Do you have any info. on them.
Thank You
Zoe Callahan
My Great Grandfather was William J. Weldy His wife was
Nancy Ripperdan Weldy.
Nancy Ripperdan Uncle was Isaac Ripperdan

 

Name: zoe callahan <fairoax@yahoo.com>
Date: 2004-06-20
Comments:
I have the picture of Nancy Crow Hamilton and I also have
a picture of Hattie and Harry Crow at age 14.
Do you have any info. on them.
Thank You
Zoe Callahan
My Great Grandfather was William J. Weldy His wife was
Nancy Ripperdan Weldy.
Nancy Ripperdan Uncle was Isaac Ripperdan

 

Name: Sheldon Braly Crow III <sheldon.crow@us.army.mil>
Date: 2004-06-11
Comments:
Hello
I finally found your site and started looking/reading thru it, you two have done a wonderful job it's a work of art! I will be getting the boys on this site as soon as I return Home. regards from Kuwait.
Sheldon

 

Name: Dorothy Jamison <sangamon@casscomm.com>
Date: 2004-04-25
Comments:
What a beautiful and awesome website. It is almost impossible to get beyond your wallpaper it is so lovely! So will certainly browse slowly.
Am searching for info on a Jesse Crow, b 1804, who came to Illinois from Tennesse, and before that I have been told Virginia or Maryland... he raised a large family including a son also named Jesse, born 1838. He in turn had a son named William Wesley Crow. Does this ring a bell with anyone?? (I hope)
Would appreciate any and all help
Dorothy

 

Name: TERRI JOHNS <MCHEROKEE929@AOL.COM>
Date: 2004-04-20
Comments:
LOOKING FOR WADES. NATIVE AMERICAN NOT SURE BUT,MAY BE FROM THE CROWE FAMILY.
TERRI,

 

Name: Peggy Crowe Withrow <loveblondieky@yahoo.com>
Date: 2004-04-16
Comments:
I have a couple of articals you may be interested in. It was taken from a local newspaper . In 1984. About John Crow your talking about, familys. And other descendants of John Crow , that your talking about. If youd like a copy please e-mail me. I would be happy to email them to you .
 

Name: charles d bolding <charlesbolding@hotmail.com>
Date: 2004-04-01
Comments:
I am looking for a Isaac Leander Crow born 1846 in Weakley co TN, married 1865 to Mary E. Thurmond in Marion, Crittenden co. KY, I have a copy of their marriage license , they moved to Winnsboro, TX about 1870. charles
 

Name: shawn michael crow <fireman13132001@yahoo.com>
Date: 2004-03-13
Comments:
Hello, I am just trying to trace back my heritage.
the only information I have is my grandfather is Benjamin Henry Crow, of Harrison AR. my father is Benjamin Henry Crow. I was also born in harrison. If you might know anything in regards, please let me know. thankyou

 

Name: dorothy crowe <birdladyd@yahoo.com>
Date: 2004-01-16
Comments:
looking for the branch of crowes that were in st. louis, specifically george albert crow(e) married to martha meade. They had a child fred charles crow(e) and he had a child charles fred crowe. I cant find which line of crowes I'm from.
 

Name: ERNEST L. CLARY <CLARYSGROVE@AOL.COM>
Date: 2004-01-13
Comments:
THIS IS A BETTER VERSION THAN THE STORY I READ ON THE SITE SHOWING WILLIAM CLARY,S GRAVE. HIS GRAVE IS A NATIONAL MARKER SHOWING VALIDITY TO THE STORY.
 

Name: Juan Perez <LaPuta22000@hotmail.com>
Date: 2004-01-08
Comments:
I am attending the Banks County High School in the state of GA
 

Name: Teresa <tchase@inreach.com>
Date: 2004-01-05
Comments:
Discovered your site while looking for information on my Crow line. Didn't find anything that rang a bell for me but I enjoyed reading the Kentucky and Missouri history of the Crow family. I was attracted to your site because of the link to Kentucky. I have been attempting to locate information regarding my ggggrandmother, Sarilda Crow McCune. Her mother was Eliza Morgan Dougherty, daughter of John Dougherty and Elizabeth Miles. She married a Crow and the closest census match I can find is a James Crow. Many Dougherty researchers believe her husband was an Eli Crow. Eliza's husband died before the 1850 census. Eliza's family lived in Jessamine County, Kentucky and she and her three daughters, Sarilda, Margaret, and Elizabeth, and son, James/John, migrated to Howard County, Missouri after 1853. In searching for my Crow line, I am also attempting to locate information regarding Sarilda Crow McCune's husband, George Andrew McCune.
Again your site was a joy to read...learned a great deal.
Thank you for such a wonderful site.

 

Name: Anna Whisnant <awhisnant@yahoo.com>
Date: 2003-12-16
Comments:
Have you ever heard of a Lucinda Crow that married Uriah Wiley Russell and moved to Ozark Co. MO in the early to mid 1800's. They had a large family, some of which still live here. They are buried here and so far I can't find their parents and siblings. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
This is a lovely page and very easy to use, thanks for the invite and enjoyed it.

Anna

 

Name: Sherree Nations <SherreeNations@aol.com>
Date: 2003-12-07
Comments:
We have a member of my Crow family testing now in the Crow/DNA group. I am excited!
You have a very nice site, I plan to return again.
Sherree Nations, decendent of John Huston Crow.

 

Name: Michelle Janine Hahn(Crow) <moopgirl1@hotmail.com>
Date: 2003-10-22
Comments:
Father Harvey Marshall Crow - Pierre, S.D
Grandfather Leon Russell Crow - Pierre, S.D.

 

Name: Leatha Ann Chapin Dieckmann <lachapin@aol.com>
Date: 2003-09-04
Comments:
How I came across this website was a miracle in itself. However, I find the site very interesting. While I am not related to all of the Crow's detailed I am one of the many great great great granddaughter's of Robert Crow ( son of Benjamin and Anne Gregg(Gragg)).

Much dissappointment that the DNA is for the male line only. Oh Well.

 

Name: James Harrison <jsharris1@charter.net>
Date: 2003-07-27
Comments:
Parthenia Hoy was my ggg grandmother, she remarried after John was killed in the war to John Sappington. Had 4 children by DeJarnette and 6 children by Sappington. Ashe is burried in the Sappington family cemetery south of Mt. Sterling, KY. I really think John DeJarnette was killed in North Carolina, not in Madison County, KY.
 

Name: Lana Crow Keller <crowkel@aol.com>
Date: 2003-07-18
Comments:
How wonderful!! I am about the 6th great-grandaughter of John Crow from St. George's Parish, Baltimore, MD. If I'm following the lines correctly, I can trace them from MD,to NC, to Roane County, TN, to GA, to Rusk County, TX and on over to Smith and Van Zandt Counties in Texas. I go from John, to James, to Abel, to John S., to Abel R., to Abel, R. Jr., to Ross Lee and to Ross Grainger. I loved the picture on your website. My brothers and nephews have some of the biggest ears you've ever seen!! There is a Crow Cemetery near Henderson, Texas (in Rusk County) that I'm visiting this Saturday. It, as well as Old City Cemetery in Henderson, holds several prominent Crows.

I will be checking back on this interesting site!

 

Name: Kathleen Jonsson <kjnssn@hotmail.com>
Date: 2003-07-14
Comments:
Great site! Emily Crow (daughter of James Rankin Crow, Sr.) is my g-g-g-grandmother. What a treasure trove this site is. Thank you for all your hard work and dedication.
 

Name: Karen Radel <kradel@sbcglobal.net>
Date: 2003-07-02
Comments:
I am descended from William Crow of Augusta Co., who married Margaret Lewis. I am trying to find his parents.
 

Name: Dirk Eastin Hallowell <dirk62297@aol.com>
Date: 2003-06-11
Comments:
Amazing Site........
I'm from the Eastin clan , My Great, Great Grandfather was
Cassius C. Eastin Who was the Son of James Eastin 1796-1860
and Theodotia South 1798-1884.Thanks for the amazing site.

 

Name: Betty Ehrtnall <mbsister2@aol.com>
Date: 2003-06-04
Comments:
I enjoyed every page. You have done some much hard work.

But maybe you could help me with my search of William Thomas Crow b. Sept 10, 1857 married Mary Ellen Cooper. I am doning this for an old fried as this was her Great-grandparents. From what I've been told they were Indians. Any light you could present to me I would be greatful.

Betty

 

Name: Doug Sailor <dsailor800@aol.com>
Date: 2003-06-02
Comments:
Descendent of Esther Crow
 

Name: Beth A. Crow <Bcrow78@aol.com>
Date: 2003-05-30
Comments:
I am looking for any info. on The Crow family in Evansville, IN Vanderburgh County I need all the help I can get. Thanks Great Site!!!!!!
 

Name: Tim Johnson <Timmpro2@yahoo.com>
Date: 2003-05-29
Comments:
Hi all, well done.
 

Name: Russ Letlow <Letlows@webtv.net>
Date: 2003-05-27
Comments:
Crowes in Dos Palos?? I know them to be great people.
 

Name: Donna Brown <br455f21@hotmail.com>
Date: 2003-04-30
Comments:
What an incredible site you have here. Lots of folks on here on other sites too. Glad to see them looking everywhere like I am. Be living in Calif. in 3 weeks. Even my horoscope says time to move. Thanks for it and your research.
 

Name: Donna Jean Glasgow <glasgowbliss@yahoo.com>
Date: 2003-04-23
Comments:
I just found your visually stunning web site, which is made even more amazing to me because I quite unexpectedly found in the John Finley Crowe Memoir a circa 1850 contemporaneous account of the family of my Great Great Grandmother, Ann Alexander! Ann married John Henry, who was a pioneer Methodist preacher in Arkansas. I came upon your web site as I was searching for information on Bellevue, Missouri in preparation for a presentation I will soon be giving regarding the Louisiana Purchase and how it gave rise to the spread of protestantism in the Arkansas Territory. Little did I know that such an astonishing treasure existed as the memoir of Mr. Crowe! Until now very little was known about Ann or her family, with some records not even showing her last name. Now I have an account of the entire family, from someone who recollected them while they were still living! Now THAT is amazing.
 

Name: William Joseph Crow <billpatcrow@pdq.net>
Date: 2003-04-13
Comments:
Date of birth and Death of William Thomas Crow, SC/GA:
Information needed very much. Have records current back to a William T. Crow DD, 1864, married twice first wife's name unknown, second wife married ABT 1823, name - Sarah, DBA 1810 SC, Died BEF: 1870: Suspect move to Alabama between 1825 and 1832, Children 1, Antha A. B 1824, Georgia or Alabama: 2. John T. B ABT 1825 SC: 3. Melinda B ABT 1832 Alabama: 4. Lela B ABT 1846 Alabama: 5. Lelta B ABT 1848 Alabama: 6. Mary B ABT 1850 Alabama: 7. Samuel T. B ABT 1852 Alabama: 8. Melinda B ABT 1856 Alabama:
SOURCES:
1. 1860 U.S. Census, Alabama, Tuscaloosa County,
Page 577
Text: Rudle Brown Beat 12

2. 1880 U.S. Census FHK, CD ROM: Source: GHL Film 122456643; National Archives film T90643, page 346C:



 

Name: William Joseph Crow <billpatcrow@pdq.net>
Date: 2003-04-10
Comments:
It is hard to believe the effort that has been put into this document. I have not found a tie, I can go back to William T. Crow d/1864 and 2 of his sons, John T. and Samuel. Still searching! Thanks for the effort and information. 04/10/2003
 

Name: Darlene Law <dlaw@gatekeepers.com>
Date: 2003-04-07
Comments:
This is a beautiful work and I enjoyed it tremendously. I am looking forward to the next items. Thank you for sharing.
 

Name: Betty Knox <ladyluvsauburn@wmconnect.com>
Date: 2003-03-25
Comments:
Hi i am looking for any info. on the Crow family from Lawrence county alabama. My mother was a Crow her father was Freeman Crow he was born 4-30-1912 and he died on 12-2-1991. His father was Ollie Crow born 6-17-1887 he died on 12-14-1925 .The cemetery is Bald Knob Cemetery in Lawrence county Alabama .I know my grandfather lived in Morgan county Alabama. Any info. will help thank you ....
 

Name: Glenda Hitchcock <GgforHim2@yahoo.com>
Date: 2003-03-23
Comments:
My name is Glenda. I was wondering , do you know of any Crows or Crowes in the Guin Alabama (Brilliant or Scufflegrit or surrounding area?) . My great- grandmothers name was Mandy Crow(e) and she was born in the 1800's....not sure of the exact date, but my grandfather (her son) Felix Fowler was born in 1904 in Guin Alabama.. Mandy was a full blooded Choctaw indian who had the last name of Crow(e). She married John Aaron Fowler. I don't know anything else about her, who her parents were, where they came from, anything. We do have a copy of a picture that they had made on their wedding day, so I know what she looks like. Thanks so much for your help.

Glenda Hitchcock

 

Name: Willie G. <derrylandwillie@netscape.net>
Date: 2003-03-21
Comments:
A BIG HOWDY, From Texas,
I'm back and I will keep coming back..Love this site.
Ya'll have done an Outstanding Job..I Really Enjoy coming back and reading all that is written. Very Interesting..
I am looking for a Francis Geneva b.1850 d.1925 that married a Crow or was a Crow and I have a Martha May Crow b.1889 d.1969 in Palo Pinto,Texas. She married William Issac Shields. They lived in Mineral Wells,Texas. Martha's brother's an sister are Johnny, Daniel, Jesse, possibly a Thomas,and Fannie Jane Crow, Fannie merried a W.R.Cox. I wish that my family Crows could fly in to a branch of Yours.
I don't have much on my Crows.
Seems that they flew the coop.
God Bless America and Our Troops
Willie G.

 

Name: amanda <dangerouzangel@aol.com>
Date: 2003-03-20
Comments:
great site good luck
 

Name: Willie <derrylandwillie@netscape.net>
Date: 2003-03-11
Comments:
Really enjoyed your Crow's web site.I'm very interested in knowing your Crow'sline .I am a decendant from the Crow the Crow line. Don't have much,But do have Photo's of Jesse Crow,Jimand their children.Also one Photo in front of a cabin.I'd like to sharewith you. If interested,Please e-mail me....
Willie G.

 

Name: Bill Crow <blkbird@tco.net>
Date: 2003-03-08
Comments:
You women of the San Joaquin Valley do good work and I enjoy checking out this site every once in awhile just to see how the project is coming along
 

Name: Mitch Crow <mitch@crowfamily.us>
Date: 2003-03-07
Comments:
According to Bennett of Family Tree DNA service, I have a 12/12 match with someone named FRENCH in England (and I only have a 10/12 match here!) and that is all he could tell me due to confidentiality issues. So if anyone knows of any CROW/FRENCH connections way back, holler. I'm going for the rest of the test, now, too.
 

Name: Becca poopy head <beccajo2@hotmail.com>
Date: 2003-03-04
Comments:
I LIKE THIS SITE!
 

Name: Curtis Crowe <cwcrowe@coloradocomputer.com>
Date: 2003-02-25
Comments:
Great website. My Crowe line runs through Tompkinsville, KY where George Crowe (b. 1788 Wyth Co. VA)and family emigrated to after spending some time in Washington Co. TN. I believe George is descended from John or William Crowe,(arrived 1619 Essex Co. Va) but can't prove it.
 

Name: carolyn crowe yost <ymamma@aol.com>
Date: 2003-02-10
Comments:
this is very nice. I'm from the Carlysle Moore Crow from Alabama.
 

Name: Colin Crowe <rooks.haven@xtra.co.nz>
Date: 2003-02-04
Comments:
Hi to all from New Zealand. What an ininteresting thing you are doing with this D.N.A. testing, would you like some from here to try?
 

Name: Ann <greenago@aol.com>
Date: 2003-01-18
Comments:
Love coming to this site, it has the most wonderful info.
Recently shared it with another Crow descendant. I am descended from Benjamin Crow's daughter Mary Polly who was married to Curtis Lafayette Morris. Thanks for putting this where we can read it.

 

Name: Sally Crow Little <rlittle@webound.com>
Date: 2003-01-04
Comments:
Your website is just wonderful!!!! I`ll never find out all you have about my Crow line!!! Job well done!!

Sally

 

Name: Benny Crow <bennyc@cox-internet.com>
Date: 2003-01-01
Comments:
What a wonderful site. My family of crows came from Allen County Kentucky. The settled there after coming into the US from Scotland and moving on to Virginia via Maryland and Delaware. I am so proud of the work you have done on this site. I hope in time to come I can locate other kinsmen thru this site. I am especially looking for Crows in Kentucky earlier than 1850. I know there has to be a lot of Crows from the family of JW and Nancy Martin crow of Scottsville Kentucky surviving as grandkids etc. Thanks
 

Name: Shirley Maples <maples@pacifier.com>
Date: 2002-12-29
Comments:
Great job, Patty!
 

Name: thomas alvin crowe jr. <vogel-weddle@msn.com>
Date: 2002-12-29
Comments:
ggggggrandson of john crow
jesse e crow
john wesley crow
jesse daniel crow
alvin norris crowe
ray hillsman crowe
thomas alvin crowe sr.

 

Name: Tracey Crow-Nannenhorn <entmanager1@yahoo.com>
Date: 2002-12-17
Comments:
Very neat websit, I don't think it connects with my "Crow" heritage, but I enjoyed all the info you have on the internet!
 

Name: Mitchell (Mitch) Crow <mitch@crowfamily.us>
Date: 2002-11-23
Comments:
Hi Ladies,

The book about our Crows in Harrisonburg, VA was out of print so I never did get it. Dangnabbit. And, instead of moving to Virginia, I moved to Des Moines, Iowa :-) I found some nice info on Henry Clay Crow, my G-G Grandfather - in Springfield, MO. I'm only 7 hours from there! That's where my Dad was born. It appears I am almost coming full circle if I keep moving.

 

Name: Lawrence H. Crowe <sercro@daktel.com>
Date: 2002-11-12
Comments:
1st time here. hope i find a connection
 

Name: Bret Regis <bearpath9@aol.com>
Date: 2002-11-10
Comments:
I am descended from Isaac Pritchett, father of Susan who married Walter Crow. Her brother John is my ancestor. Nice site, cousins.
 

Name: Debra Johnson <debraj@adelphia.net>
Date: 2002-10-18
Comments:
Wonderful page. I am descended from Walter Crow thru Jacob, John Bradford Crow and Walter Crow (marriage of 1st cousins Isaac Pritchet Crow to Eveline Kincaid Crow, thru Charles Lewis Crow. Have lots of info re: Calif Crows, if you need it.

Debbie Johnson

 

Name: Fred (Whitworth) Wright <gospel cowgirl@aol.com>
Date: 2002-10-13
Comments:
I'm a desender of Fest Crow & Venni Kiser douing my family search on the Crow,Kiser,Wright,and Whitworth.
My other e-mail is bareight1@juno.com

 

Name: Brandy Westbrook <corelok230>
Date: 2002-10-11
Comments:
I enjoyed your site. I would give anything to take part in a cattle drive someday. I have recently purchased a horse and he is a wonderful Arabian. He will do anything I ask of him and I only broke him a month and a half ago. Well good-bye! Thankyou for the wonderful reading.
 

Name: Greg Fuller <gregf@pkfamily.com>
Date: 2002-10-10
Comments:
My dad (David A. Fuller) sent me this site. It is full of great information and history. thank you very much.
 

Name: michael crowe <case_ky@yahoo.com>
Date: 2002-10-07
Comments:
very interesting site. lots of useful information. i will keep coming back until i have read every word. i have just started researching my ancestors. my grandfather was walter crowe and his father was henson crow from boyle county kentucky. thanks for a great job, michael crowe
 

Name: Cornelia Pritchett Amiri <Coramiri@yahoo.com>
Date: 2002-09-02
Comments:
You have a wonderful web site. I have researched my Pritchett family line at http://coramiri.tripod.com/62681family/
I am very proud of my welsh heritage and my first two novels celebrate my celitc heritage as The Fox Prince takes place in 5th century Britain and ONe Heart ONe Way takes place in 8th century Wales at Dinas Bran.

 

Name: Ann <greenago@aol.com>
Date: 2002-08-30
Comments:
Wonderful site, Benjamin Crow is my line from Mary Polly his daughter who married Curtis Lafayette Morris in Mo.
Thanks for sharing such wonderful information with all of us. Very excited when I found it I thought I had a lot of info but I only scratched the surface. Have a picture of Benjamin's marker showing his Rev. War Service it is in Clark Co. Ar.

 

Name: mitch crow <mitch@crowfamily.us>
Date: 2002-08-24
Comments:
Hi Ladies,

We haven't communicated in a long time and I have been away from genealogy but I was doing some searching tonight and came across your BEAUTIFUL site. I think my brother Kyle has been here lately, as well.

I am ordering a book from Shenandoah Valley about some Linville Creek, Virginia Crows (Walter, Ann Miller) and am very excited about getting it. The information you have on Ann Miller is really cool, and makes a lot of sense. More sense than anything else I have see regarding her and MAry Stuart. Thank you for such great informatio on the internet.

Best regards,

Mitch Crow - P.S. - I may be relocating to Northern Virginia from where I am now, Chicago, where I moved to last year from Seattle. The northern Virginina seems fairly close to Linville Creek so if I go I will have to visit and explore.

 

Name: Barbara (Crow) Harvey <bsharvey@bellsouth.net>
Date: 2002-08-20
Comments:
I really like the information and the way you have your website set up. It is interesting and very informative. I was a Crow before marriage and am trying to discover my heritage. It gets a bit confusing.
 

Name: Letitia Naramor <Momhuntstoo@aol.com>
Date: 2002-08-12
Comments:
Thank You for all the hard work that you have put into creating such a wonderful Family History. It gives me a real insite to my own ancetors that would not be possible without this page. Thank You again
 

Name: Kyle William Crow <tsunami@ptialaska.net>
Date: 2002-07-31
Comments:
Walter Crow born 1710 in England. Married Ann? Born 3/11/1720 England. Walter died 9/1789 Danville Ky. Parents of Jacob Crow.

Jacob Crow, born 1759, married Nellie Wright. They had 12 children, James(1788), Nancy(1790), John(1792), Walter(1794), Poly(1795), Jacob & Bevy (1797), William(1800), Henry(1802),Nelly(1804), Daniel(1806), Henry(1809). Jacob died 4/25/1823 Mercer Co Ky. Fought in Revolutionary War.

James Crow married Rhoda Vanwinkle Stemmons in 1810, had 5 children: Nancy (1812), Harriette, Sally, Jacob, Martin(1820-1907)

Martin Crow married Hannah Louisa Hendricks 1855, had 7 children: Emma (1857-1952), Henry Clay(1860-1941), Edward(1862-1937), John (1863-1916), Sallie May (1867-1948), Orro/Peggy (1869-1938), Lowell (1871-1960). Martin was on cattle drive to Calif in 1850 with uncle Walter.

Henry Clay Crow, married Mary Belle Cravens (from Springfield Mo), had 4 children. Robert, Ernest, Louise, Russel Lowell (1900-1990), died 6/4/1941 Independence Mo.

Russle Lowell Crow, married Marjorie Lahoma Elder 5/5/22 Danville Ill. Marjorie was from Ok Territory. 4 children, Coralie, Marjorie, William, Elizebeth (Betsy). Died 7/18/90 Seal Beach Ca. Marjorie is 100 years old and living in Seal Beach Ca.

William Crow married PAtricia Jones, Seal Beach Ca, 4 children: Kevin, Kyle, Mitchell, Julie. I'm Kyle

 

Name: Kyle William Crow <tsunami@ptialaska.net>
Date: 2002-07-31
Comments:
Wow! What a great website. My Dad has quite a bit of good information on the Crow family, including a few old photographs and letters my Grandmother copied/typed from the 1800's. Dads pieces of the jigsaw puzzle fit nicely into this information. My Grandfather was Russel Lowell Crow, son of Henry Clay Crow, Son of Martin Crow (who was on the cattle drive), son of James, son of Jacob, son of Walter and Nelly Wright. Thank you. I live in Kodiak Alaska, and have lived in Alaska for over 30 years now.
 

Name: Joycelyn Crow Standifer <jstand9107@aol.com>
Date: 2002-07-25
Comments:
Your web site is very good and informative. My great grandfather's name is unknown to me but I have found that he was born in Ohio. He then ended up in Mississippi about 1830. One of his sons, William Henry lived in Louisiana where he became my grandfather. Would appreciate any information on this lineage of the Crow family.
 

Name: Sandy Hess <hshideaway@sbcglobal.net>
Date: 2002-07-01
Comments:
Terrific sight.

MY ancestors are Williams, Dentons, who are related to John and William Crow.

David Williams and John and William Crow were together a lot.
David and JOhn were brothers-in-law.

Thanks for the documented history.

Love it.

Thanks again.

 

Name: Karen <justpray2@yahoo.com>
Date: 2002-06-18
Comments:
Very Nice.God Bless you.
http://need_light.tripod.com

 

Name: Robert J. Carros <bobjaysee@juno.com>
Date: 2002-06-05
Comments:
My dear Uncle, Steve Crow and I spoke of his ancestors early history and I enjoyed reading this document. Steve was a decendant of the John Bradford Crow lineage.
 

Name: ken crow <oct360@yahoo.com>
Date: 2002-05-19
Comments:
iwas born in 1960 , harrison arkansas,,,my grandfather william arlis crow,,great grandfather wesley crow,wesley must have been born sometime in the mid 18oos,,all living in newton and boone county ark.
 

Name: Ellen Owen <deowen@airmail.net>
Date: 2002-04-28
Comments:
This is the best website I think I have ever seen. I have not read all of it yet but, I will. Thanks for all your hard work. Ellen
 

Name: Shirley Crow Mckinney <shirleyfmckinney@hotmail.com>
Date: 2002-04-26
Comments:
You did a great job.I'm in search of decendants of William
Crow,he was my great grandfather,i'm doing my family tree.
I'm not sure if your William is the right one.I certainly
hope so.

Shirley Crow Mckinney

 

Name: William and Pam Crow <pacrow@netconnect.com.au>
Date: 2002-04-08
Comments:
We are Australian Crows, Bill is decended from William Crow Perth Middle Church Perth Scotland.According to the 1881 British Census,he resided at 51Watergate with his wife Marjory and children lizzie 8yrs Mary 6yrs Marjory 4 yrs and William 1yr. Bill's Grandfather Archibald was born one year later 1882. He married Agnes Jane Farrell 1911.They imigrated to Australia with their infant son William 1913.This William is Bill's father. Archibald and Agnes divorced 1920 she disappeared and we can find no trace of her,maybe she was homesick and went back to Scotland.William and his sisters Mary and Marjory stay with their father Archibald. This probably doesn;t have much to do with our American cousins but you just never know. It is a small world after all. Your Website is just Great.
With Regards William ( Bill ) and Pam Crow.

 

Name: Betty S. Cravens <cravensb@kih.net>
Date: 2002-04-07
Comments:
Your site is interesting. I am a descendant of Solomon Lawrence, brother to Sarah Lawrence that married William Crow. They were the children of James the Silversmith Lawrence and his wife Elizabeth. My husband is a descendant of Frederick Ripperdan through his daughter Catherine that married Thomas Shaw.
 

Name: Linda (Emery) Reynolds <linlou50@hotmail.com>
Date: 2002-04-07
Comments:
This is fanastic!!!. My g.g.grandmother was Sarah Ellen Crow, a descendant of Walter & Ann (Miller ?) Crow.
 

Name: Brad Crow <cthecrows3@cs.com>
Date: 2002-03-30
Comments:
I am trying to start tracing my roots and I came across you site and found it very interesting. I don't know much about anyone yet excep that my Grandpa was born in Kansas and I do know of a deed for a Gideon Crow somewhere in Kentucky. I will come back Thank for your site it looks great!
 

Name: Ellen Owen <deowen@airmail.net>
Date: 2002-03-24
Comments:
I love this web page. This is line. Benjamin Crow was my ggg-grandfather. I come down through Mary Polly Crow & Curtis Morris, Robert Morris & Melissa McWilliams, Mary Rachel Morris & John Henry Sanders, Henry Franklin Sanders (my father)& Winnie Spangler. You did a great job on this and a lot of hard work.
 

Name: Donna Railsback-Braly <ndbraly@pacbell.net>
Date: 2002-03-17
Comments:
Thanks for your site. I enjoyed it.
 

Name: Barbara Reed <rbreed@wcnet.net>
Date: 2002-03-12
Comments:
This is a lovely site. Thank you for sharing it with us.
 

Name: Michelle S. Sublet (nee Lowrie <mry95@attbi.com>
Date: 2002-03-02
Comments:
Hi!

I am Cretien DuBois' 11th great-granddaughter. My 10th great-grandmother is Francoise.

 

Name: Janice Bingley <bing@bright.net>
Date: 2002-01-15
Comments:
You have got a excelent web site here. I am a descent from Abraham Crow b. 1747 Quaker (Bucks co Pa) of ScotchIrish d. 1844 in Columbiana co OHIO m. Rachel Craven
b. 1754 Bucks co Pa d. 1831
Abraham supposely came from the family of John Crow who came to America in 1628 from Scotland and his wife Margaret
would they connet somewhere to your Crow family.
Janice

 

Name: Jack Lansman <jlansman@mindspring.com>
Date: 2002-01-12
Comments:
Really enjoyed the site so far. Narratives about cattle drive and wagon train trip are first rate.
Stand by as I may have some questions for you after I've looked at the rest of the site.

 

Name: David Johnson <davidj1@directvinternet.com>
Date: 2002-01-08
Comments:
I have been reading your web site with great interest as I have been researching Sonora Pass history for many years. I have exchanged email with Donna Crow in Newman. I am a member of the Tuolumne County Historical Society and Oregon-California Trails Assoc. I would be glad to share what I have with you and would be very interested in anything you have about Crows and relatives coming west, especially via Sonora Pass route.
Thanks for creating such an informative web page,
David Johnson

 

Name: Gloria Rice West <grwest1@msn.com>
Date: 2001-12-15
Comments:
This is absolutely one of the best websites that I have ever seen on the internet. You have done a superb job. The graphics are wonderful, the story intriging, and research most exhaustive. Fantastic and Awesome!

I descend from Walter Crow's son, Benjamin and Ann Gregg Crow; then from their daughter Mary Crow who married Curtis Lafayette Morris; then their son George Morris who md. Annette Epperson, dau. of Mark Epperson.

I was delighted to find all of this history recorded for everyone. I really appreciate people like you who generously share their hard work and research. You definitely deserve the award for the greatest Website of 2001. I can hardly wait to see the remainder of your endeavors when this website is completed.

Sincerely,
Gloria Rice West

 

Name: Janet Shunkwiler <mandj62@kdsi.net>
Date: 2001-12-13
Comments:
My husband Martyn is a decendent of Fredrick Ripperdan. So this has made very intereting reading. Thanks
Janet

 

Name: Doug Shakespeare <wdshake@aol.com>
Date: 2001-12-11
Comments:
Very nice site, My grandfather was a Crow, but I cant link it to this site, the farthest we have is Thomas Crow of Va. born in 1773 and married Jane Polley Douglas. If any one has a link let me know, Doug
 

Name: Jesse W Crow <jessec1@globaleyes.net>
Date: 2001-12-08
Comments:
if globaleys.net is not correct use use globaleyes.com i am new at this and do not type to well.forgive mistakes
 

Name: Jessw W Crow <jessec1@globaleyes.com>
Date: 2001-12-08
Comments:
SUPER----keep it comming JESSE thanks you.mygggrand father ..was abraham crow born 1797 in TN moved to jackson IL in 1820 died 1873.I have full records from 1820 foward need records from 1797 to 1820
 

Name: Louise Jimerson Cummins <alcummins@livingston.net>
Date: 2001-12-06
Comments:

You have set a shinning example for others to follow, Well done! I can't wait to read the rest of the Crow-Newman
stories. I am a descendant of Walter Newman,the immigrant, and his wife Mary, thru their son Samuel b.03/15/1713. He was younger brother of your Martha Newman Crow, b.1694. Best of luck,
Louise J. Cummins

 

Name: Phillip Crow <crowslanding@netscape.net>
Date: 2001-11-26
Comments:
Beautiful job you have done here, and lots of good information you so freely share with us researchers. Thanks a lot.

Phillip Crow
310 Villanova Ave
Ventura CA.

Researching the Crows of Spartanburg SC, GA, TX, and beyound. My wall is my assumed GGG, Samuel Crow (Jr.?) and wife Susannah, last name unknown, both born 1770-1780, unknown where, arrived in Elbert Co. GA c1803 probably from Spartanburg SC area. They lived in Elbert, Franklin, and Hall Co.s GA and disappear before the 1850 Hall Co. GA census was taken.
Hope one day to connect to these Crows you have here, anyone seeing a connection, please contact me at crowslanding@netscape.net or write to me at the above address.

 

Name: Diana Collop Danley <dd37@rectec.net>
Date: 2001-11-24
Comments:
I realy enjoyed your site.
I was wondering if there were pictures of any of the men.?
I think that this Ephraim Cullop was my 2nd/grandfather.
would any one know were he was from?
and would there maybe be any pictures?
hope to find something on him.
thank you.
Keep up the good work.
also there is Crows in are family two.
again thank you.
Diana Collop Danley

 

Name: Ann <greenago@aol.com>
Date: 2001-11-23
Comments:
Wonderful site, will read it all, decended from Benjamin Crow and Ann Gregg's daughter Mary Polly Crow who married Curtis Lafayette Morris.
 

Name: Marjorie A. Nemitz <Manemitz@aol.com>
Date: 2001-11-10
Comments:
A very beautiful and informative site. Thank you.

I am searching for the parents & siblings of my 2nd great-grandfather, John A. Crow b. 1804 in VA and d. 1891 - 1894 in Benton Co., IA. Marr. Milcah Belt in OH.

1804 VA > 1820 Newark Twp., Licking Co., OH>c March 1836 IN>1853 near Vinton, Benton Co., IA

He claimed his mother was b. in VA and his father in MD.

 

Name: Bradford Morton McDonald <beradical@yahoo.com>
Date: 2001-10-30
Comments:
I am a great-grandson of Evelyn Crow Simmons originally of Crows Landing, CA and died in 1967 in Berkeley, CA at her daghter Elisabeth Simmons McDonald,my grandmother's home). I am interested in the Crow family geneology and attend the Crow Oil Company annual meetings when possible. Your site has many great references and accounts of the Crow history, and brings my family history to life! Many thanks!
 

Name: Sue Lucas <snittt@aol.com>
Date: 2001-10-27
Comments:
Excellent website with wonderful Kentucky history! Really enjoyed the maps and your documentation. Recommending it to Harbison/Butler researchers.
 

Name: Benny Crow <bennyc@cox-internet.com>
Date: 2001-10-20
Comments:
I live in Texas now but we are pursuing our ancestors who came out of Kentucky. Of special interest and search is the quest to find info my great grandfather Robert Fisk Crow who was born in Kentucky in 1841 place and parents unknown. Some of his children were located in Robeertson County Tn.
 

Name: Jane Ellis <jane_helv@hotmail.com>
Date: 2001-10-05
Comments:
Visited your site and plan to check back often. I'm interested in finding information on my husband's grandfather, Charlie Hughie Crow of Lawrence County, Arkansas area. Love the autumn leaves.
 

Name: Janice Bingley <bing@bright.net>
Date: 2001-10-02
Comments:
This is a great web site. I am looking for the Parents of Abraham Crow b. abt 1747 Bucks co Pa Quaker d. 8 oct1844 Elkrun Columbiana co OHIO
m. 1777 Washington co Pa Rachel Craven b. 5 dec 1754 Bucks co pa d. 8 jan 1831 Kimbel cem Elkson Columbiana co ohio
service records of Abraham is Middlex co NJ
told that he is from the family of John Crow who came to America about 1628

 

Name: Pamela <pam1@webtv.net>
Date: 2001-09-17
Comments:
Very nice site!
 

Name: Darlene Lannigan <dlannigan@ireseau.com>
Date: 2001-09-10
Comments:
Wonderful site, excellent info so keep up the good work.
I was looking for a Alice Crough/Crow who married Thomas White, circa 1858. They resided in the provinces of Ontario & Quebec, in Canada.

 

Name: Rose Merritt Chapman <rchapman@yellville.net>
Date: 2001-09-10
Comments:
I have enjoyed my travels with you through this story and your graphics are beautiful and so fitting for your story.
Thank you for sharing.

 

Name: Richard R. Williamson <RRW122433@aol.com>
Date: 2001-09-10
Comments:
After just a brief look I can tell you all have put a lot of hard work into building your site.
Congratulations!

 

Name: Jerry M. <genejery@frontiernet.net>
Date: 2001-09-07
Comments:
My Rebecca Crow was born 1807. Her father was James C.
 

Name: Etna Hardy <nodakgal@att.net>
Date: 2001-09-07
Comments:
I am trying to find information on a great great great grandmother, Anna Jane Crow/Crowe
 

Name: Caroline Jopling <cajopling@hotmail.com>
Date: 2001-09-07
Comments:
Great sight - I have some Crows in my Messick line. I can't figure them out.

Abraham Messick (1782 Rockingham Co., VA d. 1843, Muhlenburg Co., KY) married 3x's Marie Nellie (Polly?) McDonald, Sarah Laws and Elizabeth Gooch or Ash - I know of three children Joseph W. b. 1815 (my line), Elizabeth Crow (1809-1883) why is this child' middle name Crow before anyone marries into the family??? and Julia A. (1823-1892).

Elizabeth Crow Messick married Silas Harlan and also George Roberts. Elizabeth's sister Julia A. married William D. Crow b. 1813 Botentourt Co., VA died 4/27/1869 Sangamon Co., IL - his father was Robert Crow (1781-1840) his wife was Margaret Kershner (1787-1850) They had 8 little Crows: Margaret E. b. 1846; Emily b. 1848; William T. b. 1849; James G.; Abraham Lincoln; Charles H.; Ada M.; and Herbert A. This is all I know about the Crows -- can anyone fill in the holes?

 

Name: Ada Varney <avarney@rhkgroup.com>
Date: 2001-09-07
Comments:
Grand-daughter of Bertie Crow. She was born 9-26-1880 somewhere in West Virginia. Her brothers were Jess and Charlie Crow. Her father was Samuel Crow.
 

Name: Frank McClelland <fmcclell@iland.net>
Date: 2001-09-07
Comments:
Iam searching for information on Catherine Crow, born in Scotland, June 19, 1812. She moved to Ireland and married Richard D. Gallagher in 1837.
Taken from The History of Rice County, Minnesota 1979 Edition:
Richard Gallagher, born in 1811 in Tipperary, Ireland, and his wife, Catherine Crow Gallagher, who was born in Glasgow, Scotland, were married in Ireland but moved to Canada after the birth of their first child. Richard was a Cooper by trade and in 1863, having heard of the need for coopers at the Archibald Mills in Dundas,MN. moved to this area.

 

Name: Ronda Griffith-Grubb <griffith-grubb.1@osu.edu>
Date: 2001-09-07
Comments:
My g-g grandmother was Catherine Crow Salmans of Hamden, OH (Vinton County). Her daughter, Martha Salmans, married John Newman. Am anxious to see if any of them fit with your Crows, even though you don't list Ohio connections.
 

Name: Brenda Roberts <092260b@msn.com>
Date: 2001-09-06
Comments:
I enjoyed your website very much!
 

Name: Betty Crow <tonkatoy11@msn.com>
Date: 2001-09-06
Comments:
The story was great.
 

Name: Florence Cannariato <cannari@pacbell.net>
Date: 2001-09-06
Comments:
Superior website. I can't wait for more on the Missouri to California cattle drives, having an ancestor who participated in two, 1850, and 1859.

Also have another ancestor, another family line, homesteaded in Placer County, Ca., about 1849, next door to Threlkill, Crow, Rhodes homestead. (Mormon Argonauts, 1849)

 

Name: Kenneth L. Newman <Kennethlnewman@cs.com>
Date: 2001-09-06
Comments:
I have over 10,000 names in my Walter Newman database. I have found no record to prove the parents of Ealter Newman, of Cecil County, Maryland.

You have a very well organized page.

 

Name: Melvin Vinson <vinvin@prodigy.net>
Date: 2001-09-06
Comments:
What a nice site for the Crow family. Your John Crow from Baltimore, MD and his wife Mary Unick are my 6th great grandparents. Who is John's father? Is it Charles? John's son James was a Revolutionary Soldier as was James' sons Stephen and John. James was my 5th great grandfather and married Rachel Parker. Stephen was my 4th great grandfather and married Margaret "Peggy" Stroud.
 

Name: Melvin Vinson <vinvin@prodigy.net>
Date: 2001-09-06
Comments:
What a nice site for the Crow family. Your John Crow from Baltimore, MD and his wife Mary Unick are my 6th great grandparents. Who is John's father? Is it Charles? John's son James was a Revolutionary Soldier as was James' sons Stephen and John. James was my 5th great grandfather and married Rachel Parker. Stephen was my 4th great grandfather and married Margaret "Peggy" Stroud.
 

Name: robert benjamin crowe 3RD. <skika1@aol.com>
Date: 2001-09-06
Comments:
i am 14 years old..
 

Name: Darla <dertwine@yahoo.com>
Date: 2001-09-06
Comments:
Great website. I'am just beginning to research my Crow (Crowe) ancestors. I'am a decendent of Abraham Crow, born: 9-6-1811 in the Carolina's, died: 8-19-1881 in Pickens County, Georgia. Abraham married Phoebe Townsend. She was born 1832 in the Carolina's and died in 1897. Any connection?
 

Name: Louise Williams <bitahvn@goldrush.com>
Date: 2001-09-06
Comments:
Researching ARCHER, BURTON, LAWRENCE, McCARTNEY, PARKHURST, SANFORD, STILES, WILLIAMS (New York, New Jersey, Indiana, California) and WALLIS, CARPENTER, VINCENT, VIVIAN (Cornwall, Wisconsin, California).


 

Name: Alan F. Crow <acrow@carat-na.com>
Date: 2001-08-10
Comments:
I am excited to see this site. Very well done. I hope maybe I'll stumble upon some answers in my search. I am the great-grandson of Christopher Crow of Kentucky b. 1856 in Hardin Co.. Looking to follow him and his father Gideon Crow (born around 1806 in KY). There's where I'm stuck. Thanks
 

Name: Everett and Linda Crow <everettandlinda@webtv.net>
Date: 2001-07-16
Comments:
Very interesting story. I can not read it all because of the graphics on the left side of the page. So it is only hit and miss for me. I believe this Walter Crow to be my husband's ggg-grandfather so would really like to be able to read everything.Any suggestions? Thank you.
Linda Crow

 

Name: Michael Crow <crowsnest@sktc.net>
Date: 2001-07-12
Comments:
I am frow the Iowa Crow's. My great- great granfather was William Crow and his wife was Sarah Jane Kelly.
 

Name: MARY MOORE <busem@dclogic.net>
Date: 2001-06-28
Comments:

HAVEN'T GONE THROUGH EVERYTHING BUT HOPE IN TIME TO DO THAT. IT IS VERY WELL DONE AND YOU SHOULD BE VERY HAPPY WITH THE JOB YOU DID.

 

Name: Merle Crowe <mmcrowe@mindspring.com>
Date: 2001-06-25
Comments:
Your page is lovely, what a great job! I am seeking James and Temperance Templeton Crow of SC, both b. cira 1790. They migrated to N. GA just prior to 1824. I have lots of descendants but have not made connection to ancestors...hope some of them are your family as I have hit a wall with these two. I know that they had relatives in KY that Austin Shadrack Crow fled to after the Civil War, but don't know exactly what the relationship was. My family tree is posted on Genforum message # 727. Any help you could provide would be much appreciated. Merle Crowe
 

Name: Nancy Tucker Campbell <jcampbel@searnet.com>
Date: 2001-06-24
Comments:
I enjoyed your website very much
 

Name: Patricia Crowe <pwcrowe@aol.com>
Date: 2001-06-19
Comments:
Have enjoyed searching through your site. VERY interestesting. Glad to see good documentation and siting of sources. Not my Crow line but have book marked it for future reference. Will use the Library I,m sure. Patricia Crowe
 

Name: Joycelyn Crow Standifer <jstand9107@aol.com>
Date: 2001-06-19
Comments:
I am hoping to find a way around the "roadblock" that I have encountered. My grandfather was William Henry Harrison Crow who was born in Mississippi and moved to Louisian as a young man. I can find no record of his birth and cannot find the names of his mother and father. Hope someone somewhere can help me .
 

Name: David A. Mayagoitia Fuller <david.fuller@jntf.osd.mil>
Date: 2001-06-08
Comments:
Your website is a wonderful accomplishment with fine art work all backed with good resources and plenty of work. Congratulations and well done from a descendant of John CROW and Elizabeth JACKSON of Kentucky. My soul is moved by the story you tell here.
David

 

Name: Sally Mason Standley <eagledove@earthlink.net>
Date: 2001-06-07
Comments:
Beautiful website!!! My Crows were from Kentucky. Maybe a connection?
 

Name: Jim and Bev Crow <oldcroowinreach .com>
Date: 2001-06-02
Comments:
Jim and I are in awe over the amount of work the two of you have put into this history. You are the greatest.
Bev

 

Name: margaret bennett sheffield <bas1@sowega.net>
Date: 2001-05-31
Comments:
i am so excited. looking forward to this to completed soon.
both my patenal and maternal parents have crow ancestors.

 

Name: Judy <jrbooky@aol.com>
Date: 2001-05-30
Comments:
Greetings- What I've taken time to see looks very good. This was just a quick peek as we just got home from vacation last night. Keep up the good work. Judith Rojo, daughter of Muriel Crow Veatch.
 

Name: Zelda Dubel <rvdubel@email.msn.com>
Date: 2001-05-21
Comments:
You have created a beautiful site, full of history and genealogy, and I will visit again. My husband Bob Dubel did not have Crow ancestors but he had several ancestors from Pike Co, Missouri who went to California about 1869. He is related to you through your Susan Pritchett. Susan's sister Margaret Pritchett married Addison J. Bounds and they are Bob's direct ancestors. Another sister Lucinda Pritchett married Bob's ancestor James Calvin Elmore as his 2nd wife.
 

Name: margaret bennett sheffield <bas1@sowega.net>
Date: 2001-05-21
Comments:
glad i found this site. my ggrandmother was a crow in ga.
william c. crowe. line

 

Name: Gary Crow <crowg@gorge.net>
Date: 2001-05-21
Comments:
What a fantastic site. You have done a tremendous amout of work in it's preparation as well as the reesearch. Thanks from the entire Crow family (mine at least)
 

Name: Cecil O. Crow <cccrow@juno.com>
Date: 2001-05-20
Comments:
Looks great! Hope I can find some of my Crow roots!
 

Name: Sheldon and Donna Crow <tapworc@inreach.com>
Date: 2001-05-20
Comments:
Wonderful site for Crow family and researchers. It is a great legacy to leave for future Crows. Keep up the good work. The next generation back from John Crow in Maryland was a real find. Hope some of the family goes through their old boxes and find information, and pictures for you to put up on your site.
 

Name: Carol B. Wahl <carol@wahlworks.com>
Date: 2001-05-20
Comments:
VERY IMPRESSIVE! Excellent factual information presented with lovely graphics. When this site is done, it will deserve a nomination for a site award!!
 

Name: Greg George <Jeorgethe2nd@hotmail.com>
Date: 2001-05-20
Comments:
What a website to look at. There is a lot of stuff to look at and not enough time.
 

Name: Sharon Gibbins Bean <ceb@xit.net>
Date: 2001-05-20
Comments:
Wonderful!! So much information and presented beautifully. Congratulations.
 

Name: Tim Johnson <Timmpro@aol.com>
Date: 2001-05-20
Comments:
What good fortunes I find and New Frontiers to discover!
My heart felt thank you(s)to those that have, and continue to devote so much time and effort to this project.
To quote a part of the Dedication:
"It was the vision of the future that led these men and women to endure many sacrifices and hardships."
It is now our time. Thank you for your vision, sacrifices and hardships bringing this site to fruition.

With a spirit of Virtual Barn Building, Please let me know what I can do to help.
Tim
PS The site states "from Maryland to California" where in my opinion it continues to the North West including Alaska. As early as around 1900s Crows first visited Alaska and in fact two seperate branches from the Crows Landing Ca. families still reside there. Evelyn Crow Haney (1913-1998) moved with her husband around 1951 to the Territory of Alaska. There they took up residence in Anchorage and homesteaded land far from any roads. Her daughter Donna still resides with two of her sons there. For historical purposes(is 50 years ago considered history?) there lies boxs of photos and film footage of homesteading and life on a frontier...the last North American frontier.

 

Name: Beryl (Crowe) Skiljan <lyreb@primus.com.au>
Date: 2001-05-20
Comments:
Great site. As a 10th Generation Crow/Crowe (born and bred in Western Australia) down this line from John Finley Crowe DD I'm most impressed. Can't wait for the rest of the site to be finished.
 

Name: Pearl Prisk Doyle <doyle@our-town.com>
Date: 2001-05-20
Comments:
This looks to be a very interesting site full of history. Congratulations on your new site. Pearl