GA Family Group Sheet for F. Namon CRAWFORD Family

***********************************************
Copyright © by the submitter All rights reserved.
http://www.fgs-project.com/copyright.html
***********************************************
Submitted by: Pat WINDSCHITL
Email address: windpat@aol.com
--------------------------------------------------------------------
Husband: F. Namon CRAWFORD
Birthdate: 13 Jan 1854
Birthplace:
Death date: 03 Oct 1908
Place of death: DeKalb Co., Georgia
Father:
Mother:
--------------------------------------------------------------------
Marriage date:
Marriage place:
--------------------------------------------------------------------
Wife: Mary M. CAGLE
Birthdate: 23 Nov 1847
Birthplace: Georgia
Death date: 09 Jun 1895
Place of death: DeKalb Co., Georgia
Father: Robert Newton CAGLE
Mother: Aley/Ailey FORD
--------------------------------------------------------------------
CHILDREN
--------------------------------------------------------------------
Child No. 1: Fred CRAWFORD
Sex: M
Birthdate: @1880
Birthplace: Georgia
Death date:
Place of death:
Marriage date:
Marriage place:
Spouse's name:
--------------------------------------------------------------------
Child No. 2: Lillian CRAWFORD
Sex: F
Birthdate: 14 Sep 1882
Birthplace: Georgia
Death date: 27 Jul 1906
Place of death: DeKalb Co., Georgia
Marriage date:
Marriage place:
Spouse's name:
--------------------------------------------------------------------
Child No. 3: Rose May CRAWFORD
Sex: F
Birthdate: 03 Jan 1889
Birthplace: Georgia
Death date: 23 Jan 1891
Place of death: DeKalb Co., Georgia
Marriage date:
Marriage place:
Spouse's name:
--------------------------------------------------------------------
Documentation:
--------------------------------------------------------------------
1.Federal Censuses of Georgia for 1850-1920
2.Records of Rock Springs Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery, DeKalb
County, Georgia
Notes:F.N. Crawford enlisted as a Private in the Confederate Army in
Company I, 13th Infantry Regiment Georgia Volunteers.  He may have also
served in Captain Garrison's Company, 1st Battalion Georgia Cavalry.