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The genealogy of Benjamin Crow

compiled by William L. Newberry
Newberry, William L. (Added Author)
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English
Arkadelphia, Arkansas : Clark County Historical Association (AR), c2002
38 leaves : ill., coat of arms, geneal. tables, ports.

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Benjamin Crow was born in about 1756 in Augusta County, Virginia. His parents were Walter Crow and Ann Miller. He served in the Revolutionary War. He married Ann Gregg in about 1782. They had eleven children. They moved to Tennessee in about 1783, to Missouri in 1796 and to Arkansas in 1819. Benjamin died in about 1830 in Clark County, Arkansas. Descendants and relatives lived mainly in Arkansas, Louisiana, Texas, Oklahoma, Illinois, Utah and California.

Includes DeWoody, Gale, Gibbins, McDaniel, McLaughlin, Morris, Newton, Pruitt, Smart, Weir and related families.

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