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Re: Mann Family
Posted by: C Craig (ID *****1156) Date: October 25, 2012 at 21:16:45
In Reply to: Re: Mann Family by Robert Burns of 5353

Hi, this is Celi Craig (James 1741, Murderkill Hundred, Kent Co,De). There were 5Craigfive bros and poss a 6th George. George m Isabel MNU. They were sure iced by 2 dtrs of which Jane was the youngerand m William Murray. I nave found his probate in Philanthropic Pa. There were 2 children and she may have been pregnancy at his death if I recall correctly. Info is from Probate, wills and kent co land records. George &Isabel have a nicefew marker in the Chambers family plot on what is (in 2003 the Anderson Farm). This could have been land of theirs before it belonged to the Chambers and later Anderson. The pic can be seen in Scharff's hist of De.
I am really delighted to hear from you as I ha e not been able to find what happened to these children of thee 2 dtrs. Jane's sister m a William Walker, a blacksmith later was in Port Penn De with second wife I believe. Looking forward to hearing more from you. Send to my email if you like with Murderkill Hundred Craiges in the subject line. Celi


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