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Myrtice Crews Lee (#47142007)
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Sue Langley
John Calvin Crews, Sr - Memorial# 32537228
Find A Grave Memorial# 32537228: John Calvin Crews, Sr
Obituary: John Crews Dies After Long Illness: John Calvin Crews, 70, died at his home in Glen St. Mary, Florida Thursday March 29, 1951 following a long illness. A native Of Charlton County, Ga., he had been a resident of Baker County, Florida for 60 years. He is predeceased by son Jesse Crews. He is survived by his wife, Mary Ellen “Mollie" Chesser Crews of Glen St. Mary; 5 sisters, Anna Crews Raulerson (Joe), Rosa Crews Yarborough (Lee), Mary Crews Hogan, all of Jacksonville, Penice Crews Rhoden (Lacy), Lucy Crews Mobley (A.J.), both of Macclenny; Two brothers, Foster and Tom Crews of Macclenny. Funeral services were held at Glen Baptist Church of which Mr. Crews was a member at 3 P.M. Sunday (April 1, 1951), with Rev. R.J. Johnson, pastor, officiating. The body remained at the John M. Brinkley Funeral Home in Macclenny until taken to the church at 1:30 P.M.. Burial was in Manntown Cemetery. Pallbearers, active; Raymond Hines, Arlie Rhoden, Rayburn Davis, Racie Rhoden, F. S. Roberts, E.J. Walker, Honorary; D. H. Keen, J.E. Franklin, Lester Crews, John Hines, Claude Scoles, Johnny Burnsed.

Added by Sue Langley on Dec 24, 2015 5:17 AM
victoria cornette
Smith Crews
I am looking for a Berry Smith that Married an unk Crews, daughter is Vola Lee Smith born 1887 in Bassinger, Florida, married Jehu Robert Blount in 1907 that's all I know

Thank you
Added by victoria cornette on Jul 07, 2015 4:26 PM
Joyce k
Charlotte Bethea Crews
You maintain this page and I have a question. You have Charlotte Bethea Crews 1851-1922 wife of William Madison Crews, as the daughter of Hugh and Celiann Bethea. Charlotte is not on their 1860 census and she should be since she would still be a little girl. Do you know where the proof of her parents might come from? Trying to get my facts straight because she would be my grt grandmother's sister if these are her parents. Thanks for your thoughts!
Added by Joyce k on Oct 05, 2014 8:41 PM
Ethel Crews
I see that you have the Crews name before the Lee. I have a question. I am doing some research for a cousin on his mother's biological father. She was raised by an uncle as her mother died quite young. The uncle was Theodore Pickett, brother to the Ethel L Pickett who married David Lee Crews. His mother's name was Ethel and she did marry a Crews. Our Ethel was born in 1923 or 24. Did Ethel Crews die giving birth to our Ethel?
Added by SJ on Aug 01, 2013 5:28 PM
Cullen and Jeanne
Lavenia Platt Whidden
I posted a photo for her.

Have a great day.

Added by Cullen and Jeanne on May 25, 2013 9:09 AM
Sharon Shumate(Thoma-Ziegler)
Sol Mercer
Willis Mae Mercer Crews, are they from Colquitt,Ga.?
Added by Sharon Shumate(Thoma-Zieg... on Sep 18, 2012 9:18 PM
Tony Middleton
Samuel G Crews
Hello ma'am,

I wanted to let you know that I linked one of his son's Find A Grave pages to Samuel's page.

Did you know Capt Elwell Crews? I find that he was my third cousin thru his mother Essie Belle Middleton.

Thanks much
Added by Tony Middleton on May 08, 2012 7:33 PM
Doug Crews
Hi, just thought I would say hello. My name is Doug Crews, I live in Bardin, Florida (Palatka). I am the grandson of William Newton Crews, buried in Etoniah Cemetary in Putnam County, Florida (Bardin). My father was Enoch Harold Crews. I really enjoy looking at Find A Grave, so interesting. Take care.
Added by Doug Crews on Jun 24, 2010 2:51 PM
Donna McPherson
Do you remember helping a Donna Walker with New Zion and the Williams and Pearces there? That would be me. The last time I saw you was at the Memorial of the Military Stones for the Civil War. I called information several months ago and got a telephone number I was hoping was you but I never got an answer. Please let me know of any of your family you would like to take over.
Added by Donna McPherson on Jul 28, 2009 3:24 PM
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Myrtice, it might be a good idea to mention your family line is CREWS.
Added by Carrie PARLER-GIBSON on Jun 19, 2009 7:50 AM
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