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Richard J. Crowson questions ??????
Posted by: Wynell (ID *****2324) Date: July 23, 2002 at 08:14:49
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"It is said" that Richard J. Crowson's middle name is Jackson. Would anyone have any information to prove or disprove this I wonder.
Has anyone seen any document or other papers that have his middle name as Jackson?

I have not seen any in the Cass County courthouse. He is sometimes listed as R. J. Crowson.

He is not listed on any census as "Jackson."

Where did the Jackson come from? Where was it first used?

CROWSON - Richard J. Crowson married Jane "Jincy" TRIMBLE.
Family proven to Richard J. Crowson. Thats right. No further back on Richard J. Crowson than we were twenty years ago.

Questions:
Richard J. CROWSON:
Who are his parents?
Was his middle name Jackson?
Why did he go to Illinois where a couple of his first children were born?
Why was he married in 1851 (according to census and Bible records), but we have no children listed for him until 1860.

Wynell


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