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Elizabeth Nicholson Crawley
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Birth: Mar. 10, 1820
Death: Jan. 1, 1900

daughter of John Nicholson (b. abt 1790 d. 11/24/1848) & Mary (McSwain) Nicholson (b. 1788 d. 06/30/1858) both born in Scotland and residents of Pike County, GA

married 1st: William M Ellison on 12 Jan 1843
married 2nd: Ginathan Crawley on 6 March 1859 at Spalding Co, GA

children of Elizabeth & William:
John Ellison (1846-1930)
James Ellison

children of Elizabeth & Ginathan:
Francis Bartow Crawley (1860-1926)

(note: there has been a question about Elizabeth's 1st married name being Ellison or Ellerson. Based on Bartow Crawley's death certificate naming his mother as 'Ellison/Alison', I've also used that spelling.)


 
 
Family links: 
 Spouse:
  Ginathan Crawley (1799 - 1881)
 
 Children:
  John Andrew Ellison (1846 - 1930)*
  Francis Bartow Crawley (1860 - 1926)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Inscription:
Mother of F.B. Crawley - Mother, thou art now at home 'mong angels fair above; but yet below thy child must roam til summoned by His love.
 
Burial:
Inman Methodist ChurchCemetery
Fayetteville
Fayette County
Georgia, USA
 
Maintained by: Laura Plummer Ranville
Originally Created by: Linda Abbott
Record added: Feb 21, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 24799998
Elizabeth <i>Nicholson</i> Crawley
Added by: Maureen Keillor
 
Elizabeth <i>Nicholson</i> Crawley
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Added by: Maureen Keillor
 
 
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- Georgia Girl
 Added: Oct. 31, 2014
In every conceivable manner, the family is the link to our past, the bridge to our future.
- Laura Plummer Ranville
 Added: Sep. 27, 2010
 
 
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