Person:George Craft (6)

George “Bob” Robert Craft
b.4 MAR 1869 Elbert Co., GA
d.12 MAY 1935 Birmingham, AL
m. 9 AUG 1860
  1. Clarence Craft1862 - 1939
  2. Laura Emily Craft1866 - 1929
  3. George “Bob” Robert Craft1869 - 1935
  4. James Willis Craft1871 - 1941
  5. Mattie CraftAbt 1874 -
  6. Betty Lou Craft1878 - 1952
  7. Myrtice CraftAbt 1884 - 1974
m. 22 JUN 1890
  1. Lillie Mae Craft1891 - 1987
  2. Maurice Lamar Craft1893 - 1969
  3. Bennie England Craft1896 - 1977
  4. Claude F. Craft1898 - 1988
  5. Denver A. Craft1902 - 1978
  6. Paul Taylor Craft1907 - 1954
Facts and Events
Name George “Bob” Robert Craft
Gender Male
Birth[1] 4 MAR 1869 Elbert Co., GA
Census? 1870 Pg 21, District 53, Smiths, Hart, GA
Census? 1880 Page No. 13, Sheet No. 85A, District 22, Dark Corner, Anderson, South Carolina
Marriage 22 JUN 1890 Elbert Co., GAto Effie Verona Powell
Census? 1910 District 31, Gaines, Elbert, Georgia
Census? 1920 ED# 71, Smith, Hart, Georgia
Census? 1930 District 56, Birmingham, Jefferson, Alabama
Occupation? Farmer (1900)
Death[2][1] 12 MAY 1935 Birmingham, AL
Burial[1] 14 MAY 1935 Cokesbury Methodist, Hart Co., GA

The obituary for George Robert Craft, Sr., was found in Friday, May 17, 1935 edition of The Hartwell Sun newspaper, Hartwell, Georgia.

George Robert Craft, 66, died Sunday, May 12, at the home in Birmingham,Ala., and was buried Tuesday afternoon in the cemetery at Cokesbury, Hart County, following services co nducted by Rev. W. F. Lunsford, assisted by Rev. Henry T. Smith. He had been ill for some time. He is survived by his wife who was Miss Effie Powell before marriage; 5 sons, M. L. Craft,Anderson, S.C., B. E. Craft and C. F. Craft, Hart County, D. A. Craft and G. R. Craft, Jr. of Birmingham; two daughters Mrs. J. G. Mullenix of Birmingham and Mrs. J. W. Tucker of Hart Co.; two sisters Mrs. J . S. Taylor of Elbert County and Mrs. Myrtice Longino of College Park, and two brothers, J. W. Craft and Clarence Craft of Elbert County. Also his aged Mother, now over 90 years of age, who was present at the funeral. Mr. Craft was born in Elbert County March 4, 1869 and until he moved to Alabama some years ago, resided in the Montevideo and Cokesbury sections of Elbert and Hart counties . The deceased was well and favorably known and his death is regretted by a wide circle of friends who extend sincere sympathy to the bereaved family. A large assembly of relatives and friends was present for the funeral on Tuesday afternoon.

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