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 Hattie Lee <I>Close</I> Crouch

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Hattie Lee Close Crouch

  • Birth 24 Sep 1884
  • Death 18 Feb 1975
  • Burial Denton, Denton County, Texas, USA
  • Memorial ID 7260084

The following are Hattie's siblings (four of whom are buried at Belew Cemetery):

Richard "Forest" Close # 11936903
"Mary" Irene Close Galbreath 12170817
"Cora" Elizabeth Close Lasater #12295089
"Eliza" Josephine Close Brockett #11905247

James "Jim" Franklin Close #
Eastview Memorial Park Cemetery, Vernon, Tx

"Claude" Harding Close #31940392
Eastview Memorial Park, Vernon, TX

All seven of the Close siblings were born in Ky as were their parents, grandparents, and great grandparents. They came to Texas in 1900.

Hattie's parents, who were born in Ky and are both buried at Belew Cem.,TX were: Nancy Jane Parker Close # 11936897
Asa G. (Gabriel) Close # 11936868

Grandparents in Ky: Jesse P (Perkins) Close and Arena T Noe Close
Edmund Parker and Francis Bennett Parker

Great grandparents in Ky:
Gabriel "Gabe" Close & Morach Perkins Close
Asa Noe & Jeanetta Noe
James Moses Parker & Mary Ann Mathis or Mathews Parker

Famous relative:

Hattie Lee Close Crouch's 3rd great-grandfather was James Money (Mooney Monnet.)From Gene Perkins: "James Money was one of four men who first walked into Kentucky with Daniel Boone." James Money was the surveyor. On their 3rd trip into Kentucky, the group was attacked by Indians. Boone and Money were the only two who survived and escaped. James Money was given a large tract of land in Kentucky for his services. One of his many descendants, also named James Money, still lives there today." In Part VII of "First Settlers of Ye Plantations of Piscataway and Woodbridge, Olde Last New Jersey, 1664-1714," which was published in 1935 after his visit to Kentucky, Orra Monnette wrote this conclusion: "He was called both James Money and James Mooney, as testified by descendants, living at this date in both Green and Shelby Counties, Kentucky, and he lies buried in an old farm burial place, near Coakley, Green County, Kentucky." A historical marker on the fence around his grave states that he was the companion of Daniel Boone in 1769 and held the job of surveyor for the expedition.

Grandchildren of Hattie Lee Close and Asa D. Crouch:
Barbara Ann Crouch McCullough#
Albert Wright #22882238
Asa Lee Wright #
Otis Dean Mercer#
Thelma Lee Mercer#

Great-Grandchildren:
Curtis McCullough (son of Barbara)
Michael Wright (son of Asa Lee)


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  • Maintained by: Joe and Sharlotte Owens
  • Originally Created by: Peggy Blagg Gann
  • Added: 13 Mar 2003
  • Find A Grave Memorial 7260084
  • Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for Hattie Lee Close Crouch (24 Sep 1884–18 Feb 1975), Find A Grave Memorial no. 7260084, citing Cooper Creek Cemetery, Denton, Denton County, Texas, USA ; Maintained by Joe and Sharlotte Owens (contributor 47831839) .