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Tennessee Cragons and their kinfolk

Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
[Birmingham, Alabama? : H.D. Cragon], 1974
102 p. : ill., facsims., ports.

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"This genealogical pamphlet was prepared by the four sons of Harvey Allen Cragon and Emily Miller Cragon ... "

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Ancestors and descendants of Harvey Allen Cragon and his wife, Emily Miller Cragon, of Nashville, Tennessee. Harvey Allen Cragon, son of James Alexander Cragon (1820-1900) and Martha Elvira Durham Cragon, was born at Lafayette, Macon County, Tennessee, shortly before his family moved to Allen County, Kentucky. He married Emily Viola Miller (1871-1946), daughter of Henry Miller (1840-1874) and Emily Frances Pittman Miller, in Nashville, Tennessee, in 1892. They had four sons, 1894-1903. Descendants lived in Tennessee and elsewhere.

Ancestors include: Patrick Cragon (fl. 1779, of Washington County, North Carolina [later Tennessee]); Thomas Durham (1791-1843, of Sumner County, Tennesse); Jacob Miller (1811-1883, of Evansville, Indiana); Samuel Pittman (1736-1812, of Hallifax County, North Carolina); and others.

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