Person:William Craig (66)

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Name William Craig
Gender Male
Birth? Ireland
Marriage to Unknown
Death? 1798 West Middletown, Washington, Pennsylvania, United States
  1.   Crumrine, Boyd; Franklin Ellis; and Austin N Hungerford. History of Washington County, Pennsylvania: with biographical sketches of many of its pioneers and prominent men. (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Apollo, Pennsylvania: L. H. Everts & Co.; Closson Press, 1882; 1984).

    History of Washington Co., PA, Hopewell Twp. p. 881

    William Craig, who was an early resident in Hopewell township, had four sons,— David, John, William, and Walter. David married the widow of Thomas Urie, and settled in West Middletown. To David Craig and his wife were born a large family of children, all girls. When Mr. Craig died, in 1857, he left a large landed estate. John Craig, second son of William Craig, went to Ohio. William, Jr., settled on the homestead and died there, leaving a large property, which was divided among his children. Walter Craig, youngest of William Craig's four sons, married a sister of Col. Joseph Scott. In 1818 and 1819 he was a member of the House of Representatives from this district. After his marriage and his removal to Cross Creek village he was elected to the
    State Senate.

  2.   Irish Genealogy - Craig, in Website.
  3.   Genealogy Report: Descendants of William Craig.