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Enoch Craig, Sr
Birth: Sep. 11, 1758
Wrentham
Norfolk County
Massachusetts, USA
Death: Dec. 10, 1835
Farmington
Franklin County
Maine, USA

Enoch was the son of John Craig Sr. & Mary Skinner. He served in the Continental Army in the American Revolutionary War. Enoch Craig & his family were some of the first settlers in Sandy River Lower Township, Lincoln County, Maine.In 1793 the town name was changed to Farmington. In 1794-95 he was one of the three selectmen in the town, and later served as town treasurer from 1818-20. In 1802 he was one of the first proprietors of the new meeting house, "The First Meeting-House Society in the Center of Farmington," and helped enable the construction of this meeting house with his subscription and financial support. In 1811 Enoch Craig supported the founding of Farmington Academy by signing a financial contract as one of its sixty subscribers, enabling the Academy to be constructed and to open in 1812. He married Dorothy Deborah Starling on Feb. 15, 1789, and they had eight children. 
 
Burial:
Center Meeting House Cemetery
Farmington
Franklin County
Maine, USA
Plot: Buried next to his wife, Dorothy
 
Maintained by: ParkerMoulton
Originally Created by: Beca
Record added: Dec 13, 2006
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Enoch Craig, Sr
Added by: Beca
 
Enoch Craig, Sr
Added by: Beca
 
Enoch Craig, Sr
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- Brenda Nance DeLong
 Added: Sep. 6, 2014
In memory of my 4th great-grandfather, Enoch Craig, who fought in the Revolutionary War.
- ParkerMoulton
 Added: Jun. 30, 2013
Don't grieve for me, for now I'm free I'm following the path God Laid you see. I took His hand when I heard him call. I could not stay another day. To laugh, to love, to work or play. Tasks left undone must stay that way. I found that place at the close o...(Read more)
- Beca
 Added: Mar. 30, 2007
 
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