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John Henderson Crawford
b.est. 1771-1781 Virginia
d.bef. February 1807 Bath County, Virginia
m. 7 April 1763
  1. Violet Jane Crawford1765 - 1825
  2. Margaret Henderson Crawfordabt 1769 -
  3. Andrew Crawfordabt 1770 -
  4. John Henderson Crawfordest 1771-1781 - bef 1807
  5. Robert Crawford1772 -
  6. Agnes Crawfordabt 1774 -
  7. Andrew Crawford1775 - 1856
  8. Elizabeth 'Betsy' Crawfordbef 1788 -
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Name John Henderson Crawford
Gender Male
Birth? est. 1771-1781 Virginia
Death? bef. February 1807 Bath County, Virginia

John Henderson Crawford was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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Will Abstract

  • Pg. 370 - Will of John Henderson Crawford - dated Nov. 24, 1806
  • Wit: William Greene, John Stephenson, and Jenny Stephenson
  • Probated February 1807 Court
  • Exec: brothers Robert and Andrew
  • Beq: to sister Betsy's two sons Henderson and John Hall #33.33. Each to be invested and held in trust until they are of age (if either dies, the other receives his share;l if both die, their other brothers inherit)
  • to sister Vilet's daughter Susannah Henderson Gwin $33.33
  • to brother Robert's son John Crawford $500 (to his brother if he dies)
  • any balance to be sold and divided equally between his father and his four sisters, Elisabeth Hall, Bilet Gwin, Margaret Cleek and Agness Wiley.
[Abstract of Wills and Inventories of Bath County, 1791-1842, Bruns, pg. 47].


  • Pg. 375 - Inventory - John H. Crawford
  • Submitted June 1807 Court by William Green, John Stephenson, John Wilson and Mathias Benson Sr.
  • horses 3, cattle 37, hogs 3, rye, tools, saddle and bridle, clothing, cloth, farm implements, slaves Jack and Patty (?) and her son Lewis, furniture, "a quantity of fine salt, a qualtity of ginsang", 7 pieces of cast brass, 1 small Bible, rifle gun and shot pouch, tableware.
[Abstract of Wills and Inventories of Bath County, 1791-1842, Bruns, pg. 48].