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Elizabeth R. "Lizzie" Myers Crayne
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Birth: Apr. 23, 1877
Garards Fort
Greene County
Pennsylvania, USA
Death: Jan. 16, 1938
Greene County
Pennsylvania, USA

From the
Democrat Messenger
Waynesburg, Pennsylvania
(Greene County)
Monday, January 17, 1938

Mrs. Elizabeth Myers Crayne, aged 60 years, died suddenly at her home in Jefferson, Sunday morning, January 16, 1938, at 1:30 o'clock. She had been in her usual good health when she retired late Saturday night.

The deceased was born April 23, 1877, in Garards Fort, a daughter of Alpheus and Isabella Rush Myers, deceased, and had lived in Jefferson for the past 48 years. She was the wife of Harold Crayne, Sr., and is survived by five sons: Allan Crayne, of Mather; Harold, Jr., Myers and Jack Crayne, all of Jefferson; Hughes, of the state of California. Another son, David, and a daughter, Mrs. Isabella Crayne Swecker, are deceased. Eight grandchildren and a sister, Mrs. D. E. Lantz, of Pueblo, Colo., also survive. 
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  Harold Crayne (1879 - 1960)*
  David B. Crayne (1900 - 1913)*
  Isabel M. Crayne Swecker (1902 - 1928)*
  Allan H. Crayne (1906 - 1976)*
  Hal C. Crayne (1909 - 1984)*
  Lynn Myers Crayne (1914 - 1993)*
  Jack H. Crayne (1916 - 1973)*
*Calculated relationship
Jefferson Cemetery
Greene County
Pennsylvania, USA
Created by: Gerald "Jerry" Hobson
Record added: Apr 06, 2012
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Elizabeth R. Lizzie <i>Myers</i> Crayne
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