Person:George Craig (8)

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m. BEF 1742
  1. Sarah Craig1742/43 - AFT 1807
  2. James Craig, Jr.1745 - 1807
  3. Samuel Craig1746 - 1795
  4. John Craig1747 - 1772
  5. George Craig1749 - 1801
  6. William Daniel Craig1749/50 - 1829
  7. Mary Craig1752 - 1778
  8. Agnes Craig1754 - 1841
m. 16 DEC 1790
  1. James Craig1792 -
  2. Nancy Craig1793 -
  3. Mary Polly Craig1797 - 1857
  4. Margaret 'Peggy' Craig1798 -
  5. George Evans Craig1801 - 1846
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Name[2] George Craig
Gender Male
Birth? 4 JAN 1749 Tinkling Spring, Augusta County, Virginia
Christening[4] 26 March 1749 Tinkling Spring, Augusta County, Virginia
Marriage 16 DEC 1790 Old Stone Church, Augusta County, Virginiato Elizabeth Evans
Death[1] 26 NOV 1801 Augusta County, Virginia

George Craig was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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Baptism at Tinkling Spring

George Craig is listed in the Tinkling Spring List of Baptisms in Augusta County, Virginia on 26 March 1749.

Will of George Craig

From Chalkley's Augusta County, Virginia Court Records:

Page 190 - - 5th February, 1795. George Craig's will - - To wife, Elizabeth and children. Executors, wife Elizabeth, James and William Craig. Teste: Peggy Evans, Mary Craig. Codicil. 16th November, 1801. Appoints James Craig, Jr., son of William Craig, executor, in room of wife Elizabeth, deceased; to sister, Sarah Thorp; sisters-in-law, Peggy Evans and Polly Evans. Teste: Wm. Wilson, John Poage. Proved, 28th December, 1801. James and William Craig qualified.

References
  1. Gleanings of Virginia History, 297.
  2. Brøderbund Software, Inc. World Family Tree Vol. 6, Ed. 1. (Release date: August 22, 1996), Tree #2441.

    Date of Import: Aug 18, 1998

  3.   Ebeling, Charlene Reeds - e-mail: TEbel2888@@aol.com.
  4. Wilson, Howard McKnight. The Tinkling Spring, Headwater of Freedom. (Privatetly published by The Tinkiling Spring and Hermitage Presbyterian Churches, pub. Fishersville, Virginia), pg. 472.