David Hoke Crain

David Hoke Crain

Death 27 Jun 1920 (aged 72)
Burial Greenville County, South Carolina, USA
Memorial ID 145644241 · View Source
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Crain, David Hoke (Family) P D

Broadfoot List:
Not Listed or (T) David Hoke Crain
Born: 8/30/47 Died: 1/27/20
Married Mary Jane Suddeth
Served in White's Battalion (PBLA)
Buried Ebenezer-Welcome Baptist
"Hoke Crain was remembered by the family as 6'9" tall and suffered a sunstroke around Chattanooga during the war. (JCMB)

Company D, Sixteenth South Carolina and Company G, Third State Troops, 6-62 to 1-63

Many of the men from D Company, served in Company G of the Third State Troops from June of 1862 until January of 1863. This unit of State Troops was commanded by Captain Joel Farmer. Numbering with those serving in both units are David Ballew, T.F. Barton, Allen Cooksey, John Farmer, F.M. Few, Reuben Harrison, John C. Langford, James McMaken, Lewis Pierce and others. Some would join other units, others would find the way back to the 16th.

D. H. Crain
South Carolina Deaths
Name: D. H. Crain
Event Date: 27 Jun 1920
Event Place: Highland, Greenville, South Carolina
Gender: Male
Race (Original): White
Race: White
Age (Original): 72y
Birth Date: 1848
Birthplace: S. C.
Marital Status: Married
Father's Name: Shadrick Crain
Father's Birthplace: S.C.
Mother's Name: Dollie Reeves
Mother's Birthplace: S.C.
Occupation: Farmer
Cemetery: Ebenezer Welcome
Burial Date: 28 Jun 1920
Informant's Name (Original): X
GS Film number: 1913588 , Digital Folder Number: 4177367 , Image Number: 1188 , Reference ID: fn 11569

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  • Created by: Record Hunter
  • Added: 27 Apr 2015
  • Find A Grave Memorial 145644241
  • Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for David Hoke Crain (30 Aug 1847–27 Jun 1920), Find A Grave Memorial no. 145644241, citing Ebenezer Welcome Baptist Church Cemetery, Greenville County, South Carolina, USA ; Maintained by Record Hunter (contributor 47130288) .