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A. P. Craft
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Birth: unknown
Death: unknown

The tombstone only has a T inside a larger C for the surname. I believe this to be Craft. There was a Craft family at Rocky Ford in the 1800's, but exactly who this is I don't know. Anyone have other ideas?

Gene Hill believes the T inside the C may be a Cherokee Indian symbol. 
Johnson Chapel United Methodist Church Cemetery
Morgan County
Alabama, USA
Created by: Larry Brown
Record added: Apr 14, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 25998365
A. P. Craft
Added by: Larry Brown
A. P. Craft
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This may be Annie Pearl Craft, the daughter of William G. Craft. William was the great nephew of Elias. William's grandfather John Craft was Elias' brother. Annie was born 1897 and died 1898
- John Griffith
 Added: Apr. 13, 2013
the ct may stand for the catawba indian tribe from south carolina, i found some mcmanus on the catawba roll call in doing research on rutha mcminis , mcmanus, elias crafts wife, i am a decendant of elias and rutha craft. linda northrop sturgill
- linda northrop
 Added: Feb. 19, 2013

- Browneyes
 Added: Apr. 14, 2008

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