|Warren & Betty Crockett Lawrence (#47563805)|
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Please feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns regarding any of the memorials that we have posted. Our information is only as good as the information that we can find and sometimes that isn't always correct.
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Thanks!! -- Warren and Betty
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|Harvey Bell||Robert Crockett|
Hello, I apparently duplicated a previous entry for this gent.
I had added the following Will Book Entry, perhaps you would want to include it in your memorial for him.
My goal was to note people who had died per the Will Books and who did not have graves that had been located for them.
Find A Grave, in my opinion, should have an Unknown Category per County as we are not supposed to enter memorials where the burial is unknown but the death was local and most likely burial was within the locale.
Anyway, here is the Will Book Entry. I will remove my duplicate. You can copy and paste it if you wish.
"CHRONICLES OF THE Scotch-Irish Settlement IN VIRGINIA EXTRACTED FROM THE ORIGINAL COURT RECORDS OF AUGUSTA COUNTY 1745-1800
ABSTRACTS OF WILLS OF AUGUSTA COUNTY, VIRGINIA. AUGUSTA COUNTY COURT. page 6
WILL BOOK NO. 1.Page 24.
16th November, 1746.
Robert Crockett's will--
sons, John. Asbal (Arsble), land on cow pasture joining James Measl; daughter, Jean;
sons, Samuel, Robert (infant), James (infant), Alexander.
Executors, wife and Robert Davis. Teste: Thos, Gillham, James McCorkle, Robert Bratton. Proved by all witnesses, 19th February, 1746, and both executors qualified, with sureties James McCorkle and Robert Bratton.
|Frank McGlothlin||William G. Mullen|
Very interested in the Mullen family especially William G. Mullen who lived in New Orleans. He is the brother of Francis C. Mullen.
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|Connie Fullmer||Crockett DNA Project|
Thank you, Warren, for the message you left me. I did get in touch with Lee and he was very helpful. You're right, we are not related to David Crockett, so I can stop looking for a connection. Cuts down on a lot of wasted effort. Thanks again! Connie
|Connie Fullmer||Crockett DNA Project|
Hi Warren and Betty, I come from a Crockett line that is descended from a Thomas Crockett in Maine who came from England. My great grandmother is Lucinda Effie Crockett, daughter of David Crockett. I see that they have determined that there is a problem with Davy Crockett's family dna. I have had my dna done as well as my father's who descends from this line. Do you know who we can contact for the Crockett DNA Project? It would be nice to see if he is related to us as we have thought, but haven't found the connection. Thomas had one son, Isaac, who went off with the Mormons, and that would be our line. I don't know what happened to others yet.
|Debra LaMel||Robert and Belle Phillips Crockett|
I have found a death certificate that list they had a son Dave Scott Crockett b in Temple, Bell co Tx 19 Jun 1905 died in Groesbeck Limestone Co Tx 30 July 1955 buried in Ioof now called Odd Fellows Cemetery Denton Tx http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=crockett&GSbyrel=all&GSdyrel=all&GSst=46&GScnty=2580&GScntry=4&GSob=n&GRid=16846181&df=all&
My Crockett family was also in Limestone co tx at the same time frame as his parents.
My oldest ancestor known by DNA is Samuel Crockett who married Esther Thompson. On paper it is Eli Crockett who married Patsy Durdino aka Martha Durdin in St Tammy Parish La on 27 May 1813. Martha and kids where in Rankin Co Ms then to La then to Jasper Co Tx before my gggrandfather and a brother named David Crockett headed to Limestone Co. My 2nd gf Leonard Louis Crockett named a son David S. Crockett who died at a early age he was however on the 1880 census as David S and is in our Crockett family bible listed as D.S. Crockett. Leonard is buried unmarked in Mart Cemetery in Mart, Texas. I have his burial records. Have no clue where David S is buried or a sibling W A Crockett who was not on census but is in bible. Brother David is buried in Keechi Cem Buffalo Leon Co Tx. David traveled to Buffalo to take care of his wife's parents who were sick while there he also fell ill and passed. His wife Elzina Crockett is buried marked in Mart Cemetery. If you would like a copy of Dave Scott Crockett DC just send me a email firstname.lastname@example.org
|Dan Mines||David "the Elder" Crokcett|
Hello, was wondering if there was any evidence to the claim that he had a son named Robert M. Crockett?
|randal nichoalds||Martha J. Pittman|
Plot photo added as she has no personal marker. Buried next to Laura and Charles Gundlach who she worked for as a Maid.
I am researching crockett nancy crockett m martin wiggiton they had among children fielding/feldon wiggiton he marr.sarah francis Harrell their daughter nancy jane/jennie/wiggiton married Elijah Clarke Arnold their dsaughter lula belle Arnold married my grandpa Charles Andrew Woodard any help I will thank you
|Connie Langvardt||RE: Thank You|
You're welcome. Family members should manage the memorials.
|Sue Henry||RE: James H. Crockett transfer|
I am so happy that Mr . Crockett is with family, no matter how distant. Thank you both again, and just let me know which relatives you would like. Sue
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