William (Billy) Rhodes

M, (circa 1755 - 1835)
  • Birth*: William (Billy) Rhodes was born circa 1755 VA.
  • Marriage*: He married Mary Conner (or Cunner) circa 1780.
  • Marriage*: William (Billy) Rhodes married Susanna Amen on 11 April 1816 in Columbiana Co., OH, Rec. by H. Potter, Clerk.1
  • Death*: William (Billy) Rhodes died in 1835 Columbiana Co., OH.2

Family 1:

Mary Conner (or Cunner) ( - b 20 Feb 1817)

Children:

Elenor Rhodes d. s 1835
Mary Rhodes Jr.+ d. c 1814
Anna Maria Rhodes+ b. 16 Sep 1794, d. 2 Apr 1869
William Rhodes Jr. b. 1797, d. 1847
Joseph Rhodes b. c 1817, d. 1894

Family 2:

Citations

  1. [S346] Unknown repository address Marriage,Book 1.
  2. [S294] Ruth John Bower, "John Family Group Sheets."
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Mary Conner (or Cunner)

F, ( - before 20 February 1817)
  • Marriage*: Mary Conner (or Cunner) married William (Billy) Rhodes circa 1780.
  • Death*: Mary Conner (or Cunner) died on before 20 February 1817 Columbiana Co., OH.1

Family:

William (Billy) Rhodes (c 1755 - 1835)

Children:

Elenor Rhodes d. s 1835
Mary Rhodes Jr.+ d. c 1814
Anna Maria Rhodes+ b. 16 Sep 1794, d. 2 Apr 1869
William Rhodes Jr. b. 1797, d. 1847
Joseph Rhodes b. c 1817, d. 1894

Citations

  1. [S294] Ruth John Bower, "John Family Group Sheets."
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William R. Craig

M, (circa 1811 - )
  • Birth*: William R. Craig was born circa 1811 OH.
  • He was the son of Capt. James Craig and Mary Rhodes Jr.
  • Marriage*: William R. Craig married Roena V. Dean on 31 December 1839 the 1st Presbyterian Church, Galena, Jo Daviess Co., IL.1

Parents:

Father: Capt. James Craig b. 21 Nov 1785, d. 31 Mar 1847
Mother: Mary Rhodes Jr. d. c 1814

Family:

Roena V. Dean (c 1820 - )

Children:

Marrietta Craig b. c 1842
Arthur Craig b. c 1844
Alfred Craig b. c 1847
William Craig b. c Apr 1850
Charles E. Craig2 b. 1858

Citations

  1. [S97] Salt Lake City, Genealogical Society of Utah, Jo Daviess County, Illinois, Marriage Records, LDS Film #160249/50.
  2. [S451] Unknown short title, online http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Craig-3587
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Elenor Craig

F

Parents:

Father: Capt. James Craig b. 21 Nov 1785, d. 31 Mar 1847
Mother: Mary Rhodes Jr. d. c 1814
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Mary Craig

F, (1815 - )

Parents:

Father: Capt. James Craig b. 21 Nov 1785, d. 31 Mar 1847
Mother: Mary Rhodes Jr. d. c 1814
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Lemuel (or Leonard) Craig1

M, (28 January 1840 - 19 September 1852)
  • Birth*: Lemuel (or Leonard) Craig was born on 28 January 1840 Hanover, Jo Daviess Co., IL.2,3
  • He was the son of Capt. James Craig and Delinda Boone.
  • Death*: Lemuel (or Leonard) Craig died on 19 September 1852 Hanover, Jo Daviess Co., IL, at age 12.4
  • Burial*: He was buried at Evergreen Cemetery, Hanover, Jo Daviess Co., IL, Grave marker shows age as 12 yrs., 7 mo., 21 days.5

Parents:

Father: Capt. James Craig b. 21 Nov 1785, d. 31 Mar 1847
Mother: Delinda Boone b. 3 Feb 1802, d. 18 Sep 1877

Citations

  1. [S17] Catherine Soleman Chandler, History of the King, Armstrong and Allied Families, pg. 127.
  2. [S84] Terry J. Miller, Who Was Who of Hanvoer, Illinois, Pg. 47,.
  3. [S76] Catherine S. Chandler, "Parentage of Hannah Davis."
  4. [S277] Catherine S. Chandler, "William Craig Family Group Sheets."
  5. [S110] Robert Hansen, Jo Daviess County tombstone index.
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Elizabeth Craig1

F, (22 February 1825 - 26 August 1861)
  • Burial*: Elizabeth Craig was buried at Evergreen Cemetery, Hanover, Jo Daviess Co., IL, Grave marker shows age as 36 yrs., 6 mo., 4 days.2
  • Birth*: She was born on 22 February 1825 in St. Charles Co., MO. (1850 census shows birth year as 1827).3
  • She was the daughter of Capt. James Craig and Delinda Boone.
  • Death*: Elizabeth Craig died on 26 August 1861 in Hanover, Jo Daviess Co., IL.4,3

Parents:

Father: Capt. James Craig b. 21 Nov 1785, d. 31 Mar 1847
Mother: Delinda Boone b. 3 Feb 1802, d. 18 Sep 1877

Citations

  1. [S17] Catherine Soleman Chandler, History of the King, Armstrong and Allied Families, pg. 127.
  2. [S110] Robert Hansen, Jo Daviess County tombstone index, Pg. 31.
  3. [S277] Catherine S. Chandler, "William Craig Family Group Sheets."
  4. [S84] Terry J. Miller, Who Was Who of Hanvoer, Illinois, Pg. 46,.
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Nathan Boone Craig1,2

M, (13 June 1822 - 15 January 1907)
  • Birth*: Nathan Boone Craig was born on 13 June 1822 St. Charles Co., MO.3
  • He was the son of Capt. James Craig and Delinda Boone.
  • Marriage 1*: Nathan Boone Craig married 1st, Nancy Chandler, daughter of Elizabeth Chandler, on 10 May 1846 Jo Daviess Co., IL.4
  • Marriage 2*: Nathan Boone Craig married 2nd, Margaret A. Pilcher Calamer on 25 December 1859 Jo Daviess Co., IL.4
  • Marriage 3*: Nathan Boone Craig married 3rd Francis Elizabeth Milburn on 2 September 1865 Jo Daviess Co., IL.4
  • Death*: Nathan Boone Craig died on 15 January 1907 Hanover, Jo Daviess Co., IL, at age 84 Nathan Boone Craig Obituary

    Nathan Boone Craig was born in St. Charles, Mo., June 22, 1822 and died at his home in Hanover, Ill., Jan. 15, 1907, aged 84 years, six months and 23 days.

    When he was three years old, Mr. Craig's parents moved to Galena, Ill., where they resided until 1827, when they moved to Hanover then an Indian village called Wapello. Mr. Craig's father, Mr. James Craig, who was a Baptist minister and a surveyor, secured the water power at this place and erected a flour mill, a saw mill and a chair factory. At this time the Craig family was the only white family in this immediate vicinity, and the early playmates of the subject of this sketch were all Indian lads. It was this early training which probably gave Mr. Craig that insight into Indian life and character which in later years won their confidence and lasting friendship. Mr. Craig was married three times, his fist wife was Miss Nancy Chandler, six children being born to this union, but only one, Mrs. Frances Goodspeed of Kansas City, Mo. Surviving the father. His second wife was Mrs. Calames, whose maiden name was Miss Margaret Pilcher; two children blessed this union and one, Mrs. Olive Eadie of Hanover being the only survivor. His third wife was Miss Elizabeth Miiburn of Indiana; of the five children born to this union but three survive, Edward Craig and Mrs. Eva Kuhns, both of Hanover, and Lee Craig. Besides his wife and children, Mr. Craig left five grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Melcena Morris and Miss Emma Cutler of Hanover; and two brothers, Mr. James Craig, of Beatrice, Neb., and Mr. Lionel Craig, of Denver, Co. Mr. Craig has been in poor health for several years, but it was not until Sunday, Jan. 13th he suffered a stroke of paralysis, which caused his death on the following Tuesday evening at eight o'clock. Mr. Craig stood out pre-eminently among the early settlers of Jo Daviess county, as he resided in this village for a period of eighty years, and like his forefathers, seems destined to have been one of the many American Empire builders, and his ancestors were of the same adventurous blood and indomitable spirit which he always displayed. His mother, whose name was Delinda Boone, was a daughter of Nathan Boone, and Nathan was a son of the famous Daniel Boone whose name is known to almost every American born child of a dozen years and upwards.

    Mr. Craig's mother also possessed that spitit which conquers great obstacles, and she fully displayed this in early years when a saloon which stood where Mr. Thomas Edgerton's house now stands, was demoralizing the young men of the village. All warnings had beed disregarded by the unscrupulous proprietor, and one day Mrs. Craig gathered some 70 women and with them marched up the main street of the town to the saloon, but when the proprietor threatened them with a gun, this woman showed the same spirit which had characterized her ancestors and went quietly on directing the plans of destruction. Holes were broken through the brick walls, crowbars inserted and ropes attached and the women pulled down the entire building, demolishing it and its contents, and thus ridding Hanover of one of the most degrading dens of vice ever known within its borders.

    Mr. Craig was a man of powerful physique and afraid of nothing, but on the other hand he was neither a bully nor a braggart, and always kept an open house to all who called.

    An entire volume might be easily written concerning the subject of the sketch, as his life takes in a portion of the history of this county which would interest all within its borders, but time and space forbid.

    For many years Mr. Craig conducted a general store here, and it was his fair dealing with the Indians which gave him such a strong place in their esteem, and it is said that he often acted as mediator between the sons of the forest and the whites, and when the Winnebagoes were finally removed to the North by the government, it was Mr. Craig who finally persuaded them to go.

    Mr. Craig was very proud of his ancestral tree, and had many relics of his family, including a family Bible which had once been the property of his grandfather, Nathan Boone, and he also possessed a sash which had belonged to his grandfather when in the army. The Bible contains the family records of the Boone Family.

    Among many other relics, Mr. Craig had a shotgun and a pocketbook which were once the property of this great grandfather, Daniel Boone.

    Mr. Craig's father, was a Captain in the Black Hawk War, and his son had his muster roll in his possession.

    At the time of the Black Hawk War the Craig family went to Galena where they remained until the trouble was over, Mr. Craig then being about ten years of age.

    With the passing of Mr. Craig into the Great Beyond, Hanover and Jo Daviess county lose one of the landmarks of early settlement and a bygone generation for few, if any, now living had the knowledge of the early days in this section possessed by Mr. Craig, and while he is gone from among us, he will long be remembered by his friends and acquaintances, for he was a man who had sympathy for others, and was ever found ready and willing to aid in any worthy cause, either with his time or money. In early life Mr. Craig united with the Baptist church.

    The funeral was held from the First Presbyterian church at two o'clock, Thursday afternoon, Jan. 17th, Rev. H. J. Collins delivering the funeral sermon to a large concourse of relatives and friends.

    The pall bearers, some of whom were selected by Mr. Craig, were, William Skene, Chester Pilcher, David Campbell, Nicholas Peschang, J. M. Wadleigh and George Morrison.

    The remains were laid to rest in the Hanover cemetery.

    The JOURNAL joins the many friends of the family in expressions of sympathy.
  • Burial*: He was buried at Evergreen Cemetery, Hanover, Jo Daviess Co., IL.5,6

Parents:

Father: Capt. James Craig b. 21 Nov 1785, d. 31 Mar 1847
Mother: Delinda Boone b. 3 Feb 1802, d. 18 Sep 1877

Family 1:

Nancy Chandler (Dec 1824 - 16 May 1859)

Children:

Francis Goodspede Craig+ b. c 1846, d. a 1915
Sarah Craig b. 14 Dec 1847, d. 16 Oct 1852
Emirilla Craig b. 28 Aug 1849, d. 30 Jan 1850
Josephine Craig b. 16 Oct 1853, d. 18 Mar 1854
Belle Craig b. 2 Sep 1856, d. 18 Sep 1856
Dell Craig b. 3 Nov 1858, d. 8 Apr 1859

Family 2:

Margaret A. Pilcher Calamer (30 Jul 1826 - 5 May 1863)

Children:

Olive M. Craig b. c 1861, d. a 1915
unknown Craig b. c 1863, d. b 1870

Family 3:

Francis Elizabeth Milburn (7 Feb 1840 - 23 Oct 1915)

Children:

William J. Craig b. 15 Jul 1866, d. 30 Dec 1867
Eva Milburn Craig+ b. 10 Jul 1869, d. 25 Dec 1935
Jessie L. Craig b. 4 Apr 1872, d. 16 Sep 1891
Edward James Craig+ b. 15 Dec 1873, d. 11 Feb 1965
Ed Craig b. c 1875
Lee S. Craig+ b. 1884, d. 6 Jul 1919

Citations

  1. [S17] Catherine Soleman Chandler, History of the King, Armstrong and Allied Families, pg. 133.
  2. [S14] Frank Arundel McDerby, History of the Brinton, Bennett, Maris, Way, and Cognate Families.
  3. [S84] Terry J. Miller, Who Was Who of Hanvoer, Illinois.
  4. [S97] Salt Lake City, Genealogical Society of Utah, Jo Daviess County, Illinois, Marriage Records, LDS Film #160249/50.
  5. [S17] Catherine Soleman Chandler, History of the King, Armstrong and Allied Families.
  6. [S110] Robert Hansen, Jo Daviess County tombstone index.
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Francis Elizabeth Milburn1

F, (7 February 1840 - 23 October 1915)
  • Birth*: Francis Elizabeth Milburn was born on 7 February 1840 Mishawaka, IN.
  • She was the daughter of (?) Milburn.
  • Marriage 3*: Francis Elizabeth Milburn married 3rd Nathan Boone Craig on 2 September 1865 Jo Daviess Co., IL.2
  • Death*: Francis Elizabeth Milburn died on 23 October 1915 Hanover, Jo Daviess Co., IL, at age 75 (age on grave marker is 75yr, 8 mo, 16 da).3
  • Burial*: She was buried at Evergreen Cemetery, Hanover, Jo Daviess Co., IL.4

Parents:

Father: (?) Milburn

Family:

Nathan Boone Craig (13 Jun 1822 - 15 Jan 1907)

Children:

William J. Craig b. 15 Jul 1866, d. 30 Dec 1867
Eva Milburn Craig+ b. 10 Jul 1869, d. 25 Dec 1935
Jessie L. Craig b. 4 Apr 1872, d. 16 Sep 1891
Edward James Craig+ b. 15 Dec 1873, d. 11 Feb 1965
Ed Craig b. c 1875
Lee S. Craig+ b. 1884, d. 6 Jul 1919

Citations

  1. [S17] Catherine Soleman Chandler, History of the King, Armstrong and Allied Families, pg. 133.
  2. [S97] Salt Lake City, Genealogical Society of Utah, Jo Daviess County, Illinois, Marriage Records, LDS Film #160249/50.
  3. [S84] Terry J. Miller, Who Was Who of Hanvoer, Illinois, Pg. 47,.
  4. [S110] Robert Hansen, Jo Daviess County tombstone index, pg. 31.
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Harriet Jane Craig1

F, (17 March 1831 - 9 September 1903)
  • Birth*: Harriet Jane Craig was born on 17 March 1831 Hanover, Jo Daviess Co., IL.
  • She was the daughter of Capt. James Craig and Delinda Boone.
  • Marriage*: Harriet Jane Craig married Timothy Doty on 25 December 1847 Mt. Carroll, Carroll Co., IL.
  • Death*: Harriet Jane Craig died on 9 September 1903 Savanna, Carroll Co., IL, at age 72.
  • Burial*: She was buried at Savanna, Carroll Co., IL.

Parents:

Father: Capt. James Craig b. 21 Nov 1785, d. 31 Mar 1847
Mother: Delinda Boone b. 3 Feb 1802, d. 18 Sep 1877

Family:

Timothy Doty (22 Sep 1822 - 23 Apr 1890)

Children:

Wellington Doty+ b. 6 Dec 1848
Joseph Doty+ b. 18 May 1850
Laura Delinda Doty b. 4 Jun 1852
Edwin Doty+ b. 8 Jun 1853
David Boone Doty+ b. 19 Sep 1856, d. 1915
Jesse Doty b. 24 Nov 1857, d. 17 May 1895
James Doty b. 8 Oct 1861
Mary Emma Doty b. 19 Sep 1864
Harriet Jane Doty+ b. 22 Jun 1865, d. 4 Feb 1939
Nettie Doty2 b. 30 Apr 1868, d. 27 Dec 1868
Abigail Belle Doty+ b. 4 Jun 1871, d. 1 Jun 1941

Citations

  1. [S17] Catherine Soleman Chandler, History of the King, Armstrong and Allied Families, pg. 135.
  2. [S387] Brad Lantz, 30 Aug 2006.
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Timothy Doty

M, (22 September 1822 - 23 April 1890)
  • Birth*: Timothy Doty was born on 22 September 1822 Canada.
  • Marriage*: He married Harriet Jane Craig, daughter of Capt. James Craig and Delinda Boone, on 25 December 1847 Mt. Carroll, Carroll Co., IL.
  • Death*: Timothy Doty died on 23 April 1890 Savanna, IL, at age 67.
  • Burial*: He was buried at Savanna, IL.

Family:

Harriet Jane Craig (17 Mar 1831 - 9 Sep 1903)

Children:

Wellington Doty+ b. 6 Dec 1848
Joseph Doty+ b. 18 May 1850
Laura Delinda Doty b. 4 Jun 1852
Edwin Doty+ b. 8 Jun 1853
David Boone Doty+ b. 19 Sep 1856, d. 1915
Jesse Doty b. 24 Nov 1857, d. 17 May 1895
James Doty b. 8 Oct 1861
Mary Emma Doty b. 19 Sep 1864
Harriet Jane Doty+ b. 22 Jun 1865, d. 4 Feb 1939
Nettie Doty1 b. 30 Apr 1868, d. 27 Dec 1868
Abigail Belle Doty+ b. 4 Jun 1871, d. 1 Jun 1941

Citations

  1. [S387] Brad Lantz, 30 Aug 2006.
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Minerva Warner Craig1,2

F, (22 February 1829 - 17 February 1895)
  • Birth*: Minerva Warner Craig was born on 22 February 1829 Hanover, Jo Daviess Co., IL.
  • She was the daughter of Capt. James Craig and Delinda Boone.
  • Marriage*: Minerva Warner Craig married Robert Author Campbell Jr., son of Robert A. Campbell and Ann (?), on 1 July 1847 Hanover, Jo Daviess Co., IL.3,4
  • Death*: Minerva Warner Craig died on 17 February 1895 Emerson, Dakota Co., NE, at age 65.2
  • Burial*: She was buried in 1895 at Rose Hill Cemetery, Emerson, Dakota Co., NE.

Parents:

Father: Capt. James Craig b. 21 Nov 1785, d. 31 Mar 1847
Mother: Delinda Boone b. 3 Feb 1802, d. 18 Sep 1877

Family:

Robert Author Campbell Jr. (1 Jan 1818 - Jun 1896)

Children:

Robert Arthur Campbell+ b. 28 Jun 1848, d. 21 Mar 1911
Anna Delinda Campbell+ b. 12 Dec 1849, d. 17 May 1900
Mary Elizabeth Campbell+ b. 8 Jul 1851, d. 4 Aug 1908
James A. Campbell b. 1853
William A. Campbell b. 1856
Emma Isabelle Campbell b. 1858
Minerva Ellen Campbell b. 12 Mar 1859, d. 6 Jan 1924
David A. Campbell b. 1864
Martha Jane Campbell b. 1867
Daniel Boone Campbell b. Oct 1869

Citations

  1. [S17] Catherine Soleman Chandler, History of the King, Armstrong and Allied Families, pg. 134.
  2. [S243] Sarah Ridge Street Rockfield, Boone's, pg. 426.
  3. [S97] Salt Lake City, Genealogical Society of Utah, Jo Daviess County, Illinois, Marriage Records, LDS Film #160249/50.
  4. [S229] Judy K. Thompson, "Leedom Family Group Sheets."
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Robert Author Campbell Jr.1,2

M, (1 January 1818 - June 1896)
  • Birth*: Robert Author Campbell Jr. was born on 1 January 1818 Scotland.
  • He was the son of Robert A. Campbell and Ann (?)
  • Marriage*: Robert Author Campbell Jr. married Minerva Warner Craig, daughter of Capt. James Craig and Delinda Boone, on 1 July 1847 Hanover, Jo Daviess Co., IL.3,4
  • Death*: Robert Author Campbell Jr. died on June 1896 Emerson, Dakota Co., NE, at age 78.
  • Burial*: He was buried in 1896 at Rose Hill Cemetery, Emerson, Dakota Co., NE.

Parents:

Family:

Minerva Warner Craig (22 Feb 1829 - 17 Feb 1895)

Children:

Robert Arthur Campbell+ b. 28 Jun 1848, d. 21 Mar 1911
Anna Delinda Campbell+ b. 12 Dec 1849, d. 17 May 1900
Mary Elizabeth Campbell+4 b. 8 Jul 1851, d. 4 Aug 1908
James A. Campbell b. 1853
William A. Campbell b. 1856
Emma Isabelle Campbell b. 1858
Minerva Ellen Campbell b. 12 Mar 1859, d. 6 Jan 1924
David A. Campbell b. 1864
Martha Jane Campbell b. 1867
Daniel Boone Campbell b. Oct 1869

Citations

  1. [S179] Judy K. Thompson, "Campbell Family Group Sheets."
  2. [S243] Sarah Ridge Street Rockfield, Boone's, pg. 426.
  3. [S97] Salt Lake City, Genealogical Society of Utah, Jo Daviess County, Illinois, Marriage Records, LDS Film #160249/50.
  4. [S229] Judy K. Thompson, "Leedom Family Group Sheets."
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Melcena Craig1

F, (1 December 1844 - 22 March 1931)
  • Birth*: Melcena Craig was born on 1 December 1844 Jo Daviess Co., IL.
  • She was the daughter of Capt. James Craig and Delinda Boone.
  • Marriage*: Melcena Craig married Levy Roger Morris on 27 August 1861 Jo Daviess Co., IL.
  • Death*: Melcena Craig died on 22 March 1931 Hanover, Jo Daviess Co., IL, at age 86.

Parents:

Father: Capt. James Craig b. 21 Nov 1785, d. 31 Mar 1847
Mother: Delinda Boone b. 3 Feb 1802, d. 18 Sep 1877

Family:

Levy Roger Morris (9 Feb 1838 - 9 Nov 1899)

Children:

Thomas Morris b. c 1863
Wilber Morris b. c 1866
Elmer Morris b. c 1868
Julia Morris b. c 1871
Lennie Morris b. c 1875
Luella M. Morris+ b. 26 Apr 1876, d. 6 Jan 1953

Citations

  1. [S17] Catherine Soleman Chandler, History of the King, Armstrong and Allied Families, pg. 127.
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Levy Roger Morris

M, (9 February 1838 - 9 November 1899)
  • Birth*: Levy Roger Morris was born on 9 February 1838 Clermont Co., OH.
  • Marriage*: He married Melcena Craig, daughter of Capt. James Craig and Delinda Boone, on 27 August 1861 Jo Daviess Co., IL.
  • Death*: Levy Roger Morris died on 9 November 1899 Jo Daviess Co., IL, at age 61.

Family:

Melcena Craig (1 Dec 1844 - 22 Mar 1931)

Children:

Thomas Morris b. c 1863
Wilber Morris b. c 1866
Elmer Morris b. c 1868
Julia Morris b. c 1871
Lennie Morris b. c 1875
Luella M. Morris+ b. 26 Apr 1876, d. 6 Jan 1953
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Emma C. Craig1

F, (circa 1838 - after 1907)
  • Birth*: Emma C. Craig was born circa 1838 Hanover, Jo Daviess Co., IL.
  • She was the daughter of Capt. James Craig and Delinda Boone.
  • Marriage*: Emma C. Craig married Samuel H. Cutler on 21 August 1859 Jo Daviess Co., IL.2
  • Death*: Emma C. Craig died after 1907.

Parents:

Father: Capt. James Craig b. 21 Nov 1785, d. 31 Mar 1847
Mother: Delinda Boone b. 3 Feb 1802, d. 18 Sep 1877

Family:

Samuel H. Cutler (c 1828 - )

Children:

William Cutler b. c 1861
Orpha Cutler b. c 1863
Edith Cutler b. c 1865
Louisa Cutler b. c 1868
Alice Cutler b. c 1873
Ellin Cutler b. c 1877

Citations

  1. [S17] Catherine Soleman Chandler, History of the King, Armstrong and Allied Families, pg. 127.
  2. [S97] Salt Lake City, Genealogical Society of Utah, Jo Daviess County, Illinois, Marriage Records, LDS Film #160249/50.
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Samuel H. Cutler

M, (circa 1828 - )

Family:

Emma C. Craig (c 1838 - a 1907)

Children:

William Cutler b. c 1861
Orpha Cutler b. c 1863
Edith Cutler b. c 1865
Louisa Cutler b. c 1868
Alice Cutler b. c 1873
Ellin Cutler b. c 1877

Citations

  1. [S97] Salt Lake City, Genealogical Society of Utah, Jo Daviess County, Illinois, Marriage Records, LDS Film #160249/50.
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Jesse Craig1

M, (1826 - )

Parents:

Father: Capt. James Craig b. 21 Nov 1785, d. 31 Mar 1847
Mother: Delinda Boone b. 3 Feb 1802, d. 18 Sep 1877

Family:

Martha (?) (c 1830 - )

Children:

Emma Craig b. 1858
James Craig b. c 1860

Citations

  1. [S17] Catherine Soleman Chandler, History of the King, Armstrong and Allied Families, pg. 127.
  2. [S108] Logan County Genealogical Society, Abstracts of Wills & Settlements, Logan Co., 1838-1856.
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Daniel Boone Craig1

M, (circa 1820 - before 1850)

Parents:

Father: Capt. James Craig b. 21 Nov 1785, d. 31 Mar 1847
Mother: Delinda Boone b. 3 Feb 1802, d. 18 Sep 1877

Family:

Anna Ellen Mitchell (1835 - )

Child:

India Etna Craig+2 b. 11 May 1859, d. 26 Jan 1917

Citations

  1. [S17] Catherine Soleman Chandler, History of the King, Armstrong and Allied Families, pg. 127.
  2. [S381] Elaine Hampton, 30 Aug 2006.
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Squire Boone

M, (25 November 1696 - 2 January 1765)
  • Birth*: Squire Boone was born on 25 November 1696 Devonshire, England.
  • He was the son of George Boone III and Mary Maugridge.
  • Marriage*: Squire Boone married Sarah Morgan, daughter of Edward Morgan, on 23 September 1720 Berks Co., PA.1
  • Death*: Squire Boone died on 2 January 1765 Rowan Co., NC, at age 68.
  • Burial*: He was buried at Joppa Cemetery, Mocksville, NC.

Parents:

Father: George Boone III b. 1666, d. 7 Aug 1744
Mother: Mary Maugridge b. 1669

Family:

Sarah Morgan (1700 - 1777)

Children:

Sarah Boone b. 7 Jun 1724
Israel Boone+ b. 9 May 1726, d. 26 Jun 1756
Samuel Boone b. 20 May 1728
Jonathan Boone b. 6 Dec 1730
Elizabeth Boone b. 5 Feb 1732
Daniel Boone+ b. 11 Feb 1735, d. 26 Sep 1820
Mary Boone b. 3 Nov 1736
George Boone V b. 2 Jan 1739
Edward Boone b. 19 Nov 1740
Squire Boone Jr. b. 5 Oct 1744, d. 1815
Hannah Boone b. 6 Aug 1746

Citations

  1. [S374] John Kittnerr, "Kittner Family," e-mail to Robert Craig, 2 Jul 2006.
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James Boone

M, (circa 1709 - 1773)
  • Birth*: James Boone was born circa 1709.
  • He was the son of George Boone III and Mary Maugridge.
  • Death*: James Boone died on 1773 Exeter, Bucks Co., PA.

Parents:

Father: George Boone III b. 1666, d. 7 Aug 1744
Mother: Mary Maugridge b. 1669
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Samuel Boone

M, (20 May 1728 - )

Parents:

Father: Squire Boone b. 25 Nov 1696, d. 2 Jan 1765
Mother: Sarah Morgan b. 1700, d. 1777
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Jonathan Boone

M, (6 December 1730 - )

Parents:

Father: Squire Boone b. 25 Nov 1696, d. 2 Jan 1765
Mother: Sarah Morgan b. 1700, d. 1777

Family:

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Daniel Boone1

M, (11 February 1735 - 26 September 1820)
  • Birth*: Daniel Boone was born on 11 February 1735 Bucks Co., PA; A birth date of 14 July 1732 was recorded by Daniel's uncle James in the family Bible.
  • He was the son of Squire Boone and Sarah Morgan.
  • Marriage*: Daniel Boone married Rebecca Bryan on 14 August 1756.
  • Death*: Daniel Boone died on 26 September 1820 Ash Grove, Greene Co., MO, at age 85 Excerpt from Lyman Copeland Draper's S series notes, page 280 6S

    (Daniel Boone's) body was conveyed to Flander Colloway's at Charitte and there the funeral took place-no military or Masonic honors, of which later fraternity, he was a member, though there were then but very few in that region of country. The Reverand James Craig of the Baptist denomination, son-in law of Major Nathan Boone, delivered the funeral discourse-a very large funeral atendance; and the remains were buried beside those of his wife, a mile below Charette Creek and on the elevated second bank of the Missouri, a mile from the river.2
  • Burial*: He was buried at MO Reinterred, Frankford, KY, 20 Aug., 1845.

Parents:

Father: Squire Boone b. 25 Nov 1696, d. 2 Jan 1765
Mother: Sarah Morgan b. 1700, d. 1777

Family:

Rebecca Bryan (c 1737 - Mar 1813)

Children:

James Boone b. 3 May 1757, d. 10 Oct 1773
Israel Boone b. 25 Jan 1759, d. 19 Aug 1782
Susanna Boone b. 2 Nov 1760
Jemima Boone b. 4 Oct 1762, d. 1829
Lavina Boone b. 23 Mar 1766
Rebecca Boone b. 26 May 1768
Daniel Morgan Boone b. 23 Dec 1769, d. 13 Jul 1839
Jesse Bryan Boone+ b. 23 May 1773, d. 22 Dec 1820
Nathan Boone+ b. 2 Mar 1781, d. 16 Oct 1856

Citations

  1. [S374] John Kittnerr, "Kittner Family," e-mail to Robert Craig, 2 Jul 2006.
  2. [S45] Ann Burton, Craig Links, pg. 1979.
Copyright by Robert Craig

George Boone V

M, (2 January 1739 - )

Parents:

Father: Squire Boone b. 25 Nov 1696, d. 2 Jan 1765
Mother: Sarah Morgan b. 1700, d. 1777
Copyright by Robert Craig