|Birth: ||Aug. 28, 1858|
|Death: ||Feb. 25, 1931|
Mountain Lake Station
Paper manufacturer and donor of Fitchburg's Crocker Field.
Mr. Crocker was head of Crocker, Burbank & Co. Association and founder of the Fitchburg Red Cross.
He was a son of Charles T & Helen (Tufts) Crocker, and named for his grandfather.
He was a member of the Fitchburg High School class of 1875, and later was graduated from Harvard in 1879.
Crocker also cared for his nephew, Samuel Emmons Crocker, after the death of Varanus.
Charles Thomas Crocker (1833 - 1911)
Helen Eliza Tufts Crocker (1833 - 1877)
Charlotte Trowbridge Bartow Crocker (1860 - 1931)
Douglas Crocker (1888 - 1968)*
Constance B Crocker (1890 - 1891)*
Alvah Crocker (1858 - 1931)
Kendall Fox Crocker (1863 - 1945)*
Charles Thomas Crocker (1866 - 1954)*
Helen Crocker (1869 - 1870)*
Edith Bartow Crocker Sanger (1885 - 1976)**
Bartow Crocker (1886 - 1939)**
Laurel Hill Cemetery
Plot: Mausoleum: Lot 245: Oak Terrace [Front, Lower-right]
GPS (lat/lon): 42.58082, -71.80479
Created by: Bill Bourbeau
Record added: Jun 16, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 91999213
It's not what you take when you leave this world behind you, It's what you leave behind you when you go. Lyrics from Three Wooden Crosses by Randy Travis|
Lloyd & Joyce – FAG volunteers
Added: Apr. 7, 2014