Loading ...
Sorry, an error occurred while loading the content.
 

Crawford & Miller of Pitt Cty

Expand Messages
  • gmolan@att.net
    Hello, we are new to the group and are publishing what we know about my wifes Pitt Couty ancestors. At this time all we know are the names Crawford and
    Message 1 of 4 , Apr 2, 2001
      Hello, we are new to the group and are publishing what
      we know about my wifes Pitt Couty ancestors. At this
      time all we know are the names Crawford and Miller.

      My wifes Grandfather was George Henry MILLER b: Jan 5
      1875/6 in
      Greenville, NC. He indicates through various records
      that his Mother was Betsy CRAWFORD, from NC, and his
      Father was George Miller from England.

      In 1896 he enlists in the Army. In his Military records,
      George Henry Miller indicates in 1896, that both his
      parents, Betsy CRAWFORD and George MILLER, are dead from
      Typhoid fever. He does not indicate any brothers and
      sisters.

      I have seen other queries about Pitt County that suggest
      that Typhoid fever was going around as early as 1888 and
      possibly into the 1890's ... does anyone else have this
      experience in their Family History ?

      In 1900 George Henry Miller is back living in Belvoir(?)
      township (Greenville ?) as a farm laborer on James
      Baily's(?) Farm. However, he soon re-enlists. In
      successive enlistment's (circa 1900 to 1910) he
      indicates that his next of kin are a cousin John
      CRAWFORD and an uncle Tom MILLER, both living in
      Greenville, NC.

      We suspect that our Betsy is Susan Elizabeth Crawford b:
      1850, (daughter of Calvin Crawford and Susie Loving) who
      had a number of brothers & sisters including a John
      David, known in his later years as "JD" but known in his
      youth as "John". Susan Elizabeth was known as "Betsey"
      and died about the time frame I am talking about.

      Any information about Susan Elizabeth Crawford, and a
      John Crawford living in Greenville about 1900, and a Tom
      Miller, also living in Greenville about 1900 would also
      be greatly appreciated.

      We are pretty much at a loss as to where to look to
      establish a hard link to the known Crawfords of Pitt
      Cty. That is one of the reasons I joined this group. I
      hope to get insights into research in Pitt Cty.

      Thanks
      Gary & Lorna Molan
      gary.molan@... (work)
      gmolan@... (home)
      Wayne, NJ

      Researching: Crawford, Miller
    • Paula Baker
      About the typhoid. Probably. My ggrandfather William Baker and his brother Hines Baker both died young within a year of each other. We have known from oral
      Message 2 of 4 , Apr 3, 2001

        About the typhoid. Probably.  My ggrandfather William Baker and his brother Hines Baker both died young within a year of each other.  We have known from oral family history that it was due to some epidemic.  Could be typhoid.  I've been wondering if others experienced this.

        Paula

        From: gmolan@...
        Reply-To: genpcfr@yahoogroups.com
        To: genpcfr@yahoogroups.com
        CC: Gary.Molan@... (work)
        Subject: [genpcfr] Crawford & Miller of Pitt Cty
        Date: Mon, 02 Apr 2001 15:05:18 +0000
        Hello, we are new to the group and are publishing what
        we know about my wifes Pitt Couty ancestors. At this
        time all we know are the names Crawford and Miller.
        My wifes Grandfather was George Henry MILLER b: Jan 5
        1875/6 in
        Greenville, NC. He indicates through various records
        that his Mother was Betsy CRAWFORD, from NC, and his
        Father was George Miller from England.
        In 1896 he enlists in the Army. In his Military records,
        George Henry Miller indicates in 1896, that both his
        parents, Betsy CRAWFORD and George MILLER, are dead from
        Typhoid fever. He does not indicate any brothers and
        sisters.
        I have seen other queries about Pitt County that suggest
        that Typhoid fever was going around as early as 1888 and
        possibly into the 1890's ... does anyone else have this
        experience in their Family History ?
        In 1900 George Henry Miller is back living in Belvoir(?)
        township (Greenville ?) as a farm laborer on James
        Baily's(?) Farm. However, he soon re-enlists. In
        successive enlistment's (circa 1900 to 1910) he
        indicates that his next of kin are a cousin John
        CRAWFORD and an uncle Tom MILLER, both living in
        Greenville, NC.
        We suspect that our Betsy is Susan Elizabeth Crawford b:
        1850, (daughter of Calvin Crawford and Susie Loving) who
        had a number of brothers & sisters including a John
        David, known in his later years as "JD" but known in his
        youth as "John". Susan Elizabeth was known as "Betsey"
        and died about the time frame I am talking about.
        Any information about Susan Elizabeth Crawford, and a
        John Crawford living in Greenville about 1900, and a Tom
        Miller, also living in Greenville about 1900 would also
        be greatly appreciated.
        We are pretty much at a loss as to where to look to
        establish a hard link to the known Crawfords of Pitt
        Cty. That is one of the reasons I joined this group. I
        hope to get insights into research in Pitt Cty.
        Thanks
        Gary & Lorna Molan
        gary.molan@... (work)
        gmolan@... (home)
        Wayne, NJ
        Researching: Crawford, Miller


        Get your FREE download of MSN Explorer at http://explorer.msn.com
      • Evelyn Hendricks
        My father s father died with typhoid fever in 1904 in Saratoga, NC. I have the newspaper with his obituary. There is an article on the front page about his
        Message 3 of 4 , Apr 5, 2001
          My father's father died with typhoid fever in 1904  in Saratoga, NC. I have the newspaper with his obituary. There is an article on the front page about his death: Another local merchant succumbs to typhoid. My mother's father had typhoid the same year, but he did not die. If anyone is interested I can type you a copy and send it to the list. If you want it individually, I can scan it for you and send as an attachment.
          Evelyn

          At 08:18 AM 04/03/2001 -0500, you wrote:

          About the typhoid. Probably.  My ggrandfather William Baker and his brother Hines Baker both died young within a year of each other.  We have known from oral family history that it was due to some epidemic.  Could be typhoid.  I've been wondering if others experienced this.

          Paula

          From: gmolan@...
          Reply-To: genpcfr@yahoogroups.com
          To: genpcfr@yahoogroups.com
          CC: Gary.Molan@... (work)
          Subject: [genpcfr] Crawford & Miller of Pitt Cty
          Date: Mon, 02 Apr 2001 15:05:18 +0000
          Hello, we are new to the group and are publishing what
          we know about my wifes Pitt Couty ancestors. At this
          time all we know are the names Crawford and Miller.
          My wifes Grandfather was George Henry MILLER b: Jan 5
          1875/6 in
          Greenville, NC. He indicates through various records
          that his Mother was Betsy CRAWFORD, from NC, and his
          Father was George Miller from England.
          In 1896 he enlists in the Army. In his Military records,
          George Henry Miller indicates in 1896, that both his
          parents, Betsy CRAWFORD and George MILLER, are dead from
          Typhoid fever. He does not indicate any brothers and
          sisters.
          I have seen other queries about Pitt County that suggest
          that Typhoid fever was going around as early as 1888 and
          possibly into the 1890's ... does anyone else have this
          experience in their Family History ?
          In 1900 George Henry Miller is back living in Belvoir(?)
          township (Greenville ?) as a farm laborer on James
          Baily's(?) Farm. However, he soon re-enlists. In
          successive enlistment's (circa 1900 to 1910) he
          indicates that his next of kin are a cousin John
          CRAWFORD and an uncle Tom MILLER, both living in
          Greenville, NC.
          We suspect that our Betsy is Susan Elizabeth Crawford b:
          1850, (daughter of Calvin Crawford and Susie Loving) who
          had a number of brothers & sisters including a John
          David, known in his later years as "JD" but known in his
          youth as "John". Susan Elizabeth was known as "Betsey"
          and died about the time frame I am talking about.
          Any information about Susan Elizabeth Crawford, and a
          John Crawford living in Greenville about 1900, and a Tom
          Miller, also living in Greenville about 1900 would also
          be greatly appreciated.
          We are pretty much at a loss as to where to look to
          establish a hard link to the known Crawfords of Pitt
          Cty. That is one of the reasons I joined this group. I
          hope to get insights into research in Pitt Cty.
          Thanks
          Gary & Lorna Molan
          gary.molan@... (work)
          gmolan@... (home)
          Wayne, NJ
          Researching: Crawford, Miller


          Get your FREE download of MSN Explorer at http://explorer.msn.com

          Yahoo! Groups Sponsor

          Paid Net2phone Advertisement - Click Here!


          Excellent genealogy resourses available at PITT COUNTY FAMILY RESEARCHERS website.  Suggest you BookMark it! Visit:
                http://www.rootsweb.com/~ncpcfr/



          Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to the Yahoo! Terms of Service.
        • James Stewart
          We ve been wondering if something like this happened to our Abner J. Smith s parents, Henry Smith and Lucendy Jarrell. It would be great to find out. Any
          Message 4 of 4 , Apr 5, 2001
            We've been wondering if something like this happened to our Abner J.
            Smith's parents, Henry Smith and Lucendy Jarrell. It would be great
            to find out. Any suggestions?

            Sue (Smith) Stewart

            ---- Original Message ----
            From: paulabaker69@...
            To: genpcfr@yahoogroups.com,
            Subject: Re: [genpcfr] Crawford & Miller of Pitt Cty
            Date: Tue, 03 Apr 2001 08:18:50 -0500

            ><html><DIV>
            ><P>About the typhoid. Probably.  My ggrandfather William Baker
            >and his brother Hines Baker both died young within a year of each
            >other.  We have known from oral family history that it was due
            >to some epidemic.  Could be typhoid.  I've been wondering
            >if others experienced this.</P>
            ><P>Paula<BR><BR></P></DIV>
            ><DIV></DIV>
            ><DIV></DIV>From: gmolan@...
            ><DIV></DIV>Reply-To: genpcfr@yahoogroups.com
            ><DIV></DIV>To: genpcfr@yahoogroups.com
            ><DIV></DIV>CC: Gary.Molan@... (work)
            ><DIV></DIV>Subject: [genpcfr] Crawford & Miller of Pitt Cty
            ><DIV></DIV>Date: Mon, 02 Apr 2001 15:05:18 +0000
            ><DIV></DIV>
            ><DIV></DIV>Hello, we are new to the group and are publishing what
            ><DIV></DIV>we know about my wifes Pitt Couty ancestors. At this
            ><DIV></DIV>time all we know are the names Crawford and Miller.
            ><DIV></DIV>
            ><DIV></DIV>My wifes Grandfather was George Henry MILLER b: Jan 5
            ><DIV></DIV>1875/6 in
            ><DIV></DIV>Greenville, NC. He indicates through various records
            ><DIV></DIV>that his Mother was Betsy CRAWFORD, from NC, and his
            ><DIV></DIV>Father was George Miller from England.
            ><DIV></DIV>
            ><DIV></DIV>In 1896 he enlists in the Army. In his Military records,
            ><DIV></DIV>George Henry Miller indicates in 1896, that both his
            ><DIV></DIV>parents, Betsy CRAWFORD and George MILLER, are dead from
            ><DIV></DIV>Typhoid fever. He does not indicate any brothers and
            ><DIV></DIV>sisters.
            ><DIV></DIV>
            ><DIV></DIV>I have seen other queries about Pitt County that suggest
            ><DIV></DIV>that Typhoid fever was going around as early as 1888 and
            ><DIV></DIV>possibly into the 1890's ... does anyone else have this
            ><DIV></DIV>experience in their Family History ?
            ><DIV></DIV>
            ><DIV></DIV>In 1900 George Henry Miller is back living in Belvoir(?)
            ><DIV></DIV>township (Greenville ?) as a farm laborer on James
            ><DIV></DIV>Baily's(?) Farm. However, he soon re-enlists. In
            ><DIV></DIV>successive enlistment's (circa 1900 to 1910) he
            ><DIV></DIV>indicates that his next of kin are a cousin John
            ><DIV></DIV>CRAWFORD and an uncle Tom MILLER, both living in
            ><DIV></DIV>Greenville, NC.
            ><DIV></DIV>
            ><DIV></DIV>We suspect that our Betsy is Susan Elizabeth Crawford b:
            ><DIV></DIV>1850, (daughter of Calvin Crawford and Susie Loving) who
            ><DIV></DIV>had a number of brothers & sisters including a John
            ><DIV></DIV>David, known in his later years as "JD" but known in his
            ><DIV></DIV>youth as "John". Susan Elizabeth was known as "Betsey"
            ><DIV></DIV>and died about the time frame I am talking about.
            ><DIV></DIV>
            ><DIV></DIV>Any information about Susan Elizabeth Crawford, and a
            ><DIV></DIV>John Crawford living in Greenville about 1900, and a Tom
            ><DIV></DIV>Miller, also living in Greenville about 1900 would also
            ><DIV></DIV>be greatly appreciated.
            ><DIV></DIV>
            ><DIV></DIV>We are pretty much at a loss as to where to look to
            ><DIV></DIV>establish a hard link to the known Crawfords of Pitt
            ><DIV></DIV>Cty. That is one of the reasons I joined this group. I
            ><DIV></DIV>hope to get insights into research in Pitt Cty.
            ><DIV></DIV>
            ><DIV></DIV>Thanks
            ><DIV></DIV>Gary & Lorna Molan
            ><DIV></DIV>gary.molan@... (work)
            ><DIV></DIV>gmolan@... (home)
            ><DIV></DIV>Wayne, NJ
            ><DIV></DIV>
            ><DIV></DIV>Researching: Crawford, Miller
            ><DIV></DIV><br clear=all><hr>Get your FREE download of MSN Explorer
            >at <a
            >href="http://explorer.msn.com">http://explorer.msn.com</a><br></p>
            ><br>
            >
            ><!-- |**|begin egp html banner|**| -->
            >
            ><table border=0 cellspacing=0 cellpadding=2>
            ><tr bgcolor=#FFFFCC>
            ><td align=center><font size="-1" color=#003399><b>Yahoo! Groups
            >Sponsor</b></font></td>
            ></tr>
            ><tr bgcolor=#FFFFFF>
            ><td width=470><a
            >href="http://rd.yahoo.com/M=182601.1339424.2972896.2/D=egroupmail/S=1
            700044402:N/A=610486/*http://www.net2phone.com/cgi-bin/adforward.cgi?p
            _key=WC6916EF&url=/jump/campaign"
            >target="_top"><img width=468 height=60
            >src="http://us.a1.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/a/ne/net2phone2/n2p_468x60_fre
            estate_red.gif"
            >alt="Paid Net2phone Advertisement - Click Here!" border=0><br>Paid
            >Net2phone Advertisement - Click Here!</a></td>
            ></tr>
            ><tr><td><img alt="" width=1 height=1
            >src="http://us.adserver.yahoo.com/l?M=182601.1339424.2972896.2/D=egro
            >upmail/S=1700044402:N/A=610486/rand=549505535"></td></tr>
            ></table>
            >
            ><!-- |**|end egp html banner|**| -->
            >
            >
            ><br>
            ><tt>
            >Excellent genealogy resourses available at PITT COUNTY FAMILY
            >RESEARCHERS website.  Suggest you BookMark it! Visit:<BR>
            >      <a
            >href="http://www.rootsweb.com/~ncpcfr/">http://www.rootsweb.com/~ncpc
            >fr/</a><BR>
            ><BR>
            ></tt>
            ><br>
            >
            ><br>
            ><tt>Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to the <a
            >href="http://docs.yahoo.com/info/terms/">Yahoo! Terms of
            >Service</a>.</tt>
            ></br>
            >
            ></html>
            >
            >
          Your message has been successfully submitted and would be delivered to recipients shortly.