Thomas Marshall Crain was the son of Joseph & Mary Polly Jones Crain.
He married Sarah Frances Crain, daughter of John & Sarah Rousseau Crain.
Thomas & Sarah's father's were brothers.
Excerpt from a letter written by Emmet Miller to his sister, Maggie Clark Owsley on 22 February 1942:
Thomas Marshal Crain. Came to Missouri from Kentucky. Was a slave owner, and was fairly wealthy, from what I have heard, he was worth about sixty thousand dollars. He owned a store, a grist mill, and a good number of horses and cattle. He was robbed in the time of the Civil War by Generals Freemont and Lane. One of them drove off fifty head of fat cattle, the other took three teams of mules, harnessed them with new harness from the store, hitched them to three new wagons and loaded the wagons with such supplies as could be used by the army, and allowed the soldiers to rob the store of what they wanted, some of them taking bolts of [cloth and] dry goods, get on their horses and ride in a run and watch the new cloth unroll and drag in the dirt, or flutter in the air as they rode in a run.
Grandfather Crain died about the year 1879 or 80. He was near 70 years old at the time of his death. I never knew Grandmother Crain. She and Grandfather Crain both died and were buried in Dallas County, Missouri
Joseph Crain (1780 - 1868)
Mary Jones Crain (1791 - 1867)
Sarah Frances Crain Crain (1811 - 1876)*
Lafayette Crain (1830 - 1899)*
Mary J. Crain Allen (1841 - 1934)*
Mariah Mauldin Crain Miller (1844 - 1880)*
Taylor Crain (1848 - 1896)*
Charles Frank Crain (1853 - 1917)*
William Fleming Crain (1811 - 1887)*
Samuel Lytle Crain (1811 - 1878)*
Thomas Marshall Crain (1812 - 1880)
Emily Crane Bonham (1820 - 1899)**
Created by: Jan Waddell
Record added: Mar 15, 2011
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