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Patricia McClure (#46806334)
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Bio Photo I am a descendant of Mary Rush and John Crow (d. 1774, West VA). This site includes chart of the family and descendants of George Rush Crow, John Crow's great-grandson, who is buried in Angelus Rosedale Cemetery. http://grcrowfamily.com

Other descendants in this line, including George Rush Crow's parents, are buried at Meade Cemetery, Pickaway Co OH

I welcome contact from anyone in this line as I have much to share and oh so much to learn.


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Michelle55
William H Crow 1817 to 1863
Hi Patricia,
Just wanted to let you know that the inscription you have written as illegible on William's grave is probably "114 Reg OH or OV" He was in military service: in 114th Regiment of Ohio Volunteer Infantry in Civil War. Just wanted to let you know.

Michelle
Added by Michelle55 on Aug 10, 2012 9:45 PM
Tracy Turner
RE: S.B. Davenport headstone
This memorial was created from cemetery records only. There may not be a headstone.
Added by Tracy Turner on May 06, 2012 8:35 PM
Bil Holway
RE: SB Davenport
Your welcome.
Added by Bil Holway on Apr 18, 2012 10:41 PM
Don Lynch
James Davenport
Patricia, the article was from the Herald, not the Times, but you are right, no source was listed. Ancestry.com indicates there is a naval pension record for a James Davenport for Civil War service, but no details that would confirm it's your James Davenport. Don
Added by Don Lynch on Jan 20, 2012 11:39 AM
Don Lynch
James Davenport
From the Los Angeles Herald of December 2, 1905, page 2:

"James P. Davenport was born at Alexandria, W. Va., in 1841. His father was a farmer and he was reared on the farm until until he was 15 years of age, when the home place was sold and the family moved to a farm in the vicinity of Brooklyn.

"When the Civil War broke out four years later, Mr. Davenport was one of the first to volunteer. He was accepted through the New York naval examination station and was mustered into the United States navy.

"He was sent to the scene of operations on the Mississippi immediately following his enlistment and as the tide of war swept westward he was sent with a number of picked men to guard the federal interests on the Pacific coast. He remained there during the remainder of the war and was mustered out with honors at the close of the war."


I can send you a pdf copy of the newspaper pages if you like. Don
Added by Don Lynch on Jan 20, 2012 10:09 AM
 

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