Our Crawford Family Tree

(back 8 generations to Northern Ireland)

Crawford & MacRait family mottos: “God feeds the crows”
“Fide et diligentia” (“Faith and diligence”)
“Tutum le rabore reddan” (“I will render you safe by my strength”)

Table of Contents

Scottish Crawford tartan

 (Click on first name for Vitals; spousal surname for associated family)

James Crawford (1764-1829)
Sarah Campbell (1759-1837)
I
Mary Crawford (1799-1886)
Thomas Campbell (1806-1848)
I
Thomas Anderson Campbell (1837-1925)
Jane Ross (1837-1890)
I
William James Campbell (1859-1954)
Rachel Elizabeth Hoffman (1866-1946)
I
Bertha Ione Campbell (1893-1980)
Paul Barton Gray (1892-1977)
I
Ruth Elizabeth Gray (1917-2005)
Ralph Hill Pearce (1917-2002)
I
Larry Edsel Pearce (1948- )
Susan Kay Miller (1949- )
^
Annie Rebecca Pearce Matthew Carter Pearce
(1971 – ) (1973 – )

DOCUMENTATION:

see “Along the Waterways: The story of our earliest Crawfords”

Sir John Bernard Burke. The General Armory of England, Scotland, Ireland, and Wales. London: Habeison & Sons, 1884

Diane Nichols, e-mail, 7 Jan. 2009

Greenwood Cemetery records, O’hara Twp., PA

Various Public Member Family Trees & other documents. Ancestry.com

Last revised: 12/30/16

4 Responses to Our Crawford Family Tree

  1. carol says:

    I am looking for the parents of Jonathan William Crawford born about 1816 in PA married Mary Jane Sanson

    • admin says:

      Carol,
      I haven’t seen anything yet on your Jonathan, but others are also looking online. Please let me know if/when you find something. Crawford was a very popular name in early Western Pennsylvania.
      Larry

  2. Terri Cook says:

    I am looking for the parents of William M. Crawford Birth 14 Sep 1827 in Pennsylvania
    Death 16 May 1877 in Johnson County, Kansas married Elizabeth L. Denney

    • admin says:

      Terri,
      A quick Google of your William reveals many in early PA. Our ancestor from Indiana (formerly Westmoreland) and Allegheny Counties was Wilson, perhaps a variation of William. See “Introduction: Crawford.” I see another family in Fayette (formerly Washington) County about the same time. I’ll keep looking for yours who died in Kansas. Thanks for your interest and please stay in touch.
      Larry

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