Anyone researching Crawford's from Harford Co MD/Fayette Co PA late 1700's - early 1800's.
Hello, I know it's been 76 month's but better late than never?? I am searching for my CRAWFORD roots from Fayette Co, Pa. William and Riga @ 1800. Their son Daniel and 7 sisters. Daniel's Sons (8) Charles E...William H...John..
Samuel...Daniel...James...Amzi...Smith. All from S.W. Pa.
Fayette County. Any hits with you??Xpavtas@aol.com
i'm not to sure about thr crawford , i do know my grand fathers had a farm in birdsboros. pa.
my crawford goes by to the 1600
Hi, I am also looking for my Crawford roots from PA althought I do no know specifically where in PA. I am looking for anyone related to Patrick Henry CRAWFORD b. in 1832 in Tipperary, Ireland m. Margaret Jane DOWNS, nee. Born in Ireland or Wales. Not sure when they immigrated to PA, but his parents were William CRAWFORD m. Catherine DUGGAN on Mar 27 1829.
Note: Patrick Henry CRAWFORD & Margaret Jane (DOWNS)Crawford had the follwoing children:
Crawford, Mike F.
Crawford, Jackson Henry (my greatgrandfather from PA)
Hi, Birdsboro Pa is on the Schuykill river. Way on the wrong side of Pa for my Crawfords. They were born in Fayette Co. Southwestern Pa. My GGG grandfather William was born in Pa @ 1800. Don't think we connect....unless
it's farther back in time. Have no info on Williams Dad
Keep looking Good luck
Hi, Patrick was born in 1832 in Irland.
That would be too soon for my Crawford's
They were already in Pa/Va in the late 1700s
The Crawfords I am trying to tie into my Tree are
Alexander, Edward, James, John, Joseph, Nathanial,and
Oliver. These Crawford's were on a petition to start a New
state in the 1770s in what is now Fayette County Pa.
my william 's Crawford goes back to george Washington, , i think my cousin said thay have satue of so where up there, she live in ohio, thay a lot of mt family up there , but don;t know where.name luby, rabb, hayward moore, most on my side are pass, the fram was sold in 1971 by my aunt alice colewaorthy, the farm been in the family along time 1700, 0r more,poeple railroad and farmers, mostly lived in Phila, dad born and raise in upper Darby pa.family burry in st Denis, in Armore Pa ; I,notice,thay use the letter E IN THE MIDDLE OF THE BOYS NAMES. I, think it's meams Edward
I know it's been about 5 years since you posted, but I think we have a common ancestor, although "William Crawford" was a pretty common name at the time. My William Crawford was born about 1800 either in Carmichael's (Muddy Creek) Greene County, PA or Fayette County near Uniontown. He married Sarah Seaton in 1824 I believe. Does this sound familiar?