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Ernest Zabriskie Craft
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Birth: Jun. 30, 1865
Rockland County
New York, USA
Death: Sep. 22, 1896
Lower Lake
Lake County
California, USA

Ernest Zabriskie Craft, s. of Henry Craft and Dorothea Rehling, b. June 30, 1865 at the Village of Suffern in the Town of Orange, Rockland County, NY. He d. "6 PM Sept. 22, 1896 at Zigler Mt., Cal. & was bured Sept 24th at Lower Lake, 1 PM. Age 31 years & 3 mo" (sister Emma's bible entry.) The actual location appears to have been at Seigler Mountain near Seigler Canyon and Seigler Valley about 3-5 miles due southwest of the Town of Lower Lake, CA.

He was married with children b. at New York with the family returning to New Jersey soon after his death. An extended bio will be added later.
Family links: 
  Henry Craft (1824 - 1898)
  Dorothea Rehling Craft (1824 - 1892)
  Henry Craft (1846 - 1904)*
  Mary Craft Wanamaker (1856 - 1939)*
  Sarah Jane Craft Ronk (1857 - 1925)*
  Emma Craft Blauvelt (1863 - 1936)*
  Ernest Zabriskie Craft (1865 - 1896)
  George Washington Craft (1869 - 1946)*
*Calculated relationship
Ernest has no gravestone. His gravesite is in the photo between the tree and the low cement border of the adjoining grave.
Lower Lake Cemetery
Lower Lake
Lake County
California, USA
Plot: Lot 196-CSE-1st Addition
Maintained by: Don Blauvelt
Originally Created by: James and Sharon Cissell
Record added: Sep 21, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 76877032
Ernest Zabriskie Craft
Added by: James and Sharon Cissell
Ernest Zabriskie Craft
Cemetery Photo
Added by: dcvolts
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- Judy
 Added: Aug. 21, 2012
Rest in Peace Uncle
- Don Blauvelt
 Added: Sep. 30, 2011

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