|Birth: ||Sep. 10, 1841|
South Carolina, USA
|Death: ||Sep. 8, 1916|
Mount Hope (Lawrence County)
Daughter of Martin Worthy and Sarah Spencer. Married John Newton Craig Dec. 26, 1861 in Lawrence Co., Alabama. Had 13 children: Mary Ella, William Coleman, Robert Olen, Patrick K., Thomas Spencer, Luther Clark, Russell Monroe, George Norris, Ida S., Charlie Richard, Lewis Jackson, Johnny Dinsmore and James Franklin.
MRS. M.S. CRAIG
On September 8, 1916, at her home in the Concord community there passed from earth to Heaven the soul of Mrs. M.S. Craig.
Mrs. Craig was born in South Carolina Sept. 10th, 1841, but moved to Alabama in early life and spent nearly of her lifetime in the Concord community. She was married to John N. Craig December 26, 1861. To this union was born thirteen children, eleven boys and two girls. Only six of these children are living. They are among the best citizens of the community. They did all they could for their mother. Mrs. Craig has been a widow for a number of years. She united with the church in early life and remained a consistent member until her death.
We laid her to rest in the Ferguson cemetery to await the coming of Christ. We shall miss her, but our loss is her gain.
THE MOULTON ADVERTISER
October 18, 1916
Martin Worthy (1809 - 1894)
Sarah Spencer Worthy (1800 - ____)
John Newton Craig (1826 - 1908)*
Mary Ella Craig Harrell (1862 - ____)*
William Coleman Craig (1865 - ____)*
Robert Olen Craig (1867 - 1925)*
Patrick K. Craig (1869 - ____)*
Thomas Spencer Craig (1869 - 1906)*
Luther Clark Craig (1872 - 1942)*
Russell Monroe Craig (1874 - 1939)*
George Norris Craig (1875 - 1963)*
Ida S. Craig (1877 - 1887)*
Charlie Richard Craig (1879 - 1905)*
Lewis Jackson Craig (1881 - 1949)*
Johnny Dinsmore Craig (1883 - 1885)*
James Franklin Craig (1887 - 1976)*
Hatton (Lawrence County)
Created by: WSalmond
Record added: May 31, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 27226135
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