I’m not sure how “regular” this particular theme will be for me. I guess it depends on how much my ancestors cooperate with my research.
For now, I will try to spotlight at least one ancestor per month, (hopefully) alternating branches of my family. I think they get a little touchy when I spend too much time on the “other” side, which is why I think I have such a hard time finding information. That’s my story and I’m sticking to it.
The way this is supposed to work is that when I add an ancestor to my website, I will spotlight them here with a link to their page. Again, it’s supposed to work like that. We’ll see.
|Charles C. Crowe 1867-1945|
Charles C. Crowe was born on 9 Aug 1867 in Indiana. He is the son of John and Susan (Gray) Crow. The family moved to Scott Township in Jackson, Linn County, Kansas between 1869 and 1870, and Charles remained there until 1891, when he married Ida May Gray in Bates County, Missouri, at the age of 24. It is believed that the couple marred in Missouri because the laws in Kansas did not allow first cousins to marry. Ida’s father and Charles’ mother were siblings.
In 1900, he worked as a sewing machine agent Troy Township in Cannelton, Perry County, Indiana. In 1910, he was working as a machinist in his own shop in Rockport, Spencer County, Indiana. By 1930, Charles was working as a laborer in a garage and living at 125 W. 3rd Street in Mount Vernon, Posey County, Indiana.
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