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Mary Susan Slavens Crockett
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Birth: Dec. 18, 1848
Lincoln County
Missouri, USA
Death: May 16, 1934
Clearwater County
Idaho, USA

Wife to William W. Crockett, daughter of John Wesley Slavens and Nancy Ann Gibson Slavens. Mother to eleven children, 4 preceded her in death.
Nancy Ann Crockett (1866-1868)
Alice Georgia Crockett Gentry (1869-1934)
Belle Zera Crockett Gentry (1872-1951)
Cora Permilea Buck (1874-1950)
Beva Sarah Crockett Addington (1877-1966)
Ada Elizabeth Austin (1879-1944)
Wesley Wm Crockett (1881-1882)
Oren David Crockett (1884-1950)
Dolly B. Crockett Lewis (1886-1975)
Verdie O. Crockett (1887-1900)
Elsie Slavens Crockett Iverson (1890-1950)

Octogenerian in Moutain Climb:
Mrs. Mary S. Crockett, who celebrated her 80th birthday on December 18 (1929), started the new year right by climbing to the top of Mount Sugar Loaf on New Year's day. She was accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. Charles E. (Dolly) Lewis and family. The trip is a difficult feat for a much younger person, but after the steep climb among boulders, sage and cacti, a wonderful view of the city and surrounding country may be had. Mrs. Crockett commented that "it was well worth the trip." She suffered no ill effects from the climb and did not appear to be as tired as some of the other members of the party. Mrs. Crockett is slight of build, weighing ony about 95 pounds, but is very active about her daily tasks. She was born in Missouri, but her people were pioneer Kentuckians. Her father (John Wesley Slavens), a Methodist minister, served in the Confederate Army, and her grandfather (Thomas M. Slavens) took part in the War of 1812. Mrs. Crockett's home is in Orofino, Idaho, a little lumbering center on the Clearwater river. The Crocketts were among the first settlers there some 30 years ago. For the past two years Mrs. Crockett has been visiting her daughters, Mrs. O. T. Addington of 166 East Sixth Street and Mrs. Charles E. Lewis of East Blaine Street. Mrs. Crockett is the mother of 11 children, eight of whom are living, 37 grandchildren and 20 great grandchildren.

Riverside, California newspaper, January 1930

Mary Susan Slavens was born December 18, 1849 at Troy, Missouri and died May 16, 1934 at Orofino, Idaho. She was married to William W. Crockett who died 21 years ago.

Mrs. Crockett was the mother of 11 children, seven of whom are living, as follows: Mrs. Belle Gentry, Klamath Falls, Ore.; Mrs. Cora Buck, Delrio, Wn.; Mrs. Beva Addington, and Mrs. Dolly Lewis, Riverside, Calif.; Mrs. Bessie Austin, Lewiston, Ida.; Oren D. Crockett, Orofino; and Mrs. Elsie Iverson, Marshall, Washington. There are also 36 grandchildren and 26 great-grandchildren. In 1886 the family moved from Troy, Missouri and located at Dayton, WA. Later they homesteaded near Wilbur, WA., and came to the Orofino section in 1897. Mrs. Crockett was a faithful mother and wife and was loved by all her neighbors and friends. She was a lifetime member of the Methodist church South, and a charter member of the Ladies' Aid Society, both of which she served faithfully.

Orofino (Idaho) newspaper, May 1934.

Mrs. Mary S. Crockett, mother of Mrs. Oscar T. Addington of La Cadena Drive, and Mrs. Charles (Dolly) E. Lewis, 3062 Jane Street, passed away at her home in Orofino, Ida., May 16. Mrs. Crockett spent several years in Riverside, where she made many friends. She returned to her home last July. She was 86 years old and a pioneer of Idaho.

Riverside (California) newspaper, May 1934. 
Family links: 
  John Wesley Slavens (1826 - 1897)
  Nancy Ann Gibson Slavens (1823 - 1852)
  William Warrick Crockett (1845 - 1913)
  Nancy A Crockett (1866 - 1868)*
  Alice Georgia Crockett Gentry (1869 - 1934)*
  Belle Zera Crockett Gentry (1872 - 1951)*
  Beva Sarah Crockett Addington (1877 - 1966)*
  Ada Elizabeth Crockett Austin (1879 - 1944)*
  Wesley William Crockett (1881 - 1882)*
  Oren David Crockett (1884 - 1950)*
  Dolly B Crockett Lewis (1886 - 1975)*
  Verdie O. Crockett (1887 - 1900)*
  Elsie C Iverson (1890 - 1950)*
  Jessie W Slavens (____ - 1854)*
  Mary Susan Slavens Crockett (1848 - 1934)
  Thomas Harvey Slavens (1850 - 1929)*
  W B Slavens (1854 - 1854)**
  Sally F Slavens (1855 - 1855)**
  L A Slavens (1856 - 1858)**
  Infant Son Slaven (1857 - 1857)**
  G W Slavens (1858 - 1858)**
  John Wesley Slavens (1859 - 1931)**
  J A Slavens (1861 - 1861)**
  Lewis P. Slavens (1863 - 1924)**
  I V Slavens (1865 - 1865)**
  Dora O. Slavens Witt (1869 - 1937)**
  Ida B Slavens (1870 - 1891)**
  Infant Son Slavens (1872 - 1872)**
*Calculated relationship
Hill Cemetery
Clearwater County
Idaho, USA
Plot: Section G
Created by: Ross Adam Wood Sr.
Record added: Jun 07, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 70989614
Mary Susan <i>Slavens</i> Crockett
Added by: Ross Adam Wood Sr.
Mary Susan <i>Slavens</i> Crockett
Added by: Ross Adam Wood Sr.
Mary Susan <i>Slavens</i> Crockett
Added by: Ross Adam Wood Sr.
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- Ross Adam Wood Sr.
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