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nikkisbc (#47035849)
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Judy Cracraft
Margaret Manly
I have been researching Mary Manly Cracraft for several years with not much luck. I think that Margaret is the daughter of Mary and her Manly husband. Mary was widowed before 1800 and she married Joseph Cracraft in 1800. I don't have any information about what happened to Joe. My research suggests the following: Mary Cracraft indentured her Manly sons, William and David, in Kentucky. In the 1820's in Fleming County, KY, Mary Cracraft was recorded on the marriage documents of her son Joseph Cracraft to Nancy Tarbet; her daughter Elizabeth to Robert Sanderson; and her Manly daughter, Margaret to John Gilkeson. I have no further information on Mary. Did she come with her daughters, Elizabeth and Margaret to Parke County? Who was her husband Manly and what happen to Joe Cracraft, my gggggrandfather? Any information would be appreciated. Larry Cracraft
Added by Judy Cracraft on Aug 12, 2016 10:05 AM
Kathy
James Bromagem
I am researching this family for my cousin who is descended from his daughter, Lida Jane Bromagem VanWormer. Contact me for further info.
Kathy Patrick
Added by Kathy on Nov 07, 2015 1:30 PM
Mary Schatz
Josephine Dellibac Dettman
The information for this memorial including the plot came from the cemetery records that our local genealogical society copied and recorded in book form. I entered graves for Mound Grove from this book to findagrave but since there are almost 20,000 burials I have not been able to take photos. I will try to get to the cemetery within the next week or so and try to locate the grave with the plot number and take a photo of her marker if there is one.
Added by Mary Schatz on Nov 23, 2013 6:51 PM
 

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