Thomas B. Abercromby

Male, CreeID#5003, (24 December 1814 - young)
ChartsBranch 20a. The Robert Cree (2) branch of PA
Thomas B. Abercromby died young. He was born on 24 December 1814. He was the son of John Abercromby and Mary Cree.
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Polly Ann Blackwood

Female, CreeID#5005, (18 October 1808 - died young in Pa.)
ChartsBranch 20a. The Robert Cree (2) branch of PA
Polly Ann Blackwood died died young in Pa.. She was born on 18 October 1808 in Cumberland (now Perry) County, Pennsylvania, USA. She was the daughter of Joseph Blackwood and Hester (Hettie) Cree.
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Hannah Gardner

Female, CreeID#5006, (5 June 1812 - 23 September 1882)
ChartsBranch 20a. The Robert Cree (2) branch of PA
Her married name was Blackwood. Hannah Gardner was born on 5 June 1812 in Pennsylvania, USA.

Hannah Gardner married William Blackwood, son of Joseph Blackwood and Hester (Hettie) Cree, on 16 February 1832.

Her daughter Elizabeth Blackwood was born on 3 February 1833 in Ohio, USA.

Her son Joseph Blackwood was born on 28 August 1835 in Ohio.

Her daughter Mary Blackwood was born on 8 October 1837 in Ohio.

Her daughter Sarah Blackwood was born on 13 December 1839 in Ohio.

Her son John Blackwood was born on 5 June 1842 in Ohio.

Her son William F. Blackwood was born on 21 October 1844 in Ohio.

Her son David G. Blackwood was born on 30 October 1850 in Ohio.

Hannah Gardner died on 23 September 1882 in Ohio.

Children of Hannah Gardner and William Blackwood

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John Lawrence

Male, CreeID#5008
ChartsBranch 20a. The Robert Cree (2) branch of PA
John Lawrence married Sarah Jane Blackwood, daughter of Joseph Blackwood and Hester (Hettie) Cree.

Family: John Lawrence and Sarah Jane Blackwood

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Thomas Skillen

Male, CreeID#5009
ChartsBranch 20a. The Robert Cree (2) branch of PA
Thomas Skillen married Margaret Blackwood, daughter of Joseph Blackwood and Hester (Hettie) Cree.

Family: Thomas Skillen and Margaret Blackwood

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Gaylord Cree

Male, CreeID#5010, (1909 - )
ChartsBranch 20a. The Robert Cree (2) branch of PA
Gaylord Cree was born in 1909. He was the son of Alfred Roy Cree and Lysle Hughes.
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Mae Heiberger

Female, CreeID#5011
ChartsBranch 20a. The Robert Cree (2) branch of PA
Mae Heiberger married Harry B. Rhule, son of William Rhule and Delilah Victoria Cree. Her married name was Rhule.

Family: Mae Heiberger and Harry B. Rhule

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Roy Lynn Dawson

Male, CreeID#5012, (22 September 1909 - 2 April 1980)
ChartsBranch 20a. The Robert Cree (2) branch of PA
Roy Lynn Dawson was born on 22 September 1909 in California, USA. He was the son of Roy Dawson and Jesse Mable Cree.

His mother Jesse Mable Cree died in 1962 in Los Angeles, California, USA.

Roy Lynn Dawson died on 2 April 1980 in Los Angeles, California.
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Elizabeth Blackwood

Female, CreeID#5013, (3 February 1833 - )
ChartsBranch 20a. The Robert Cree (2) branch of PA
Elizabeth Blackwood died. Y. She was born on 3 February 1833 in Ohio, USA. She was the daughter of William Blackwood and Hannah Gardner.
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Joseph Blackwood

Male, CreeID#5014, (28 August 1835 - )
ChartsBranch 20a. The Robert Cree (2) branch of PA
Joseph Blackwood died. Y. He was born on 28 August 1835 in Ohio, USA. He was the son of William Blackwood and Hannah Gardner.
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Sarah Blackwood

Female, CreeID#5015, (13 December 1839 - )
ChartsBranch 20a. The Robert Cree (2) branch of PA
Sarah Blackwood died. Y. She was born on 13 December 1839 in Ohio, USA. She was the daughter of William Blackwood and Hannah Gardner.
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John Blackwood

Male, CreeID#5016, (5 June 1842 - )
ChartsBranch 20a. The Robert Cree (2) branch of PA
John Blackwood died. Y. He was born on 5 June 1842 in Ohio, USA. He was the son of William Blackwood and Hannah Gardner.
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William F. Blackwood

Male, CreeID#5017, (21 October 1844 - )
ChartsBranch 20a. The Robert Cree (2) branch of PA
William F. Blackwood died. Y. He was born on 21 October 1844 in Ohio, USA. He was the son of William Blackwood and Hannah Gardner.
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David G. Blackwood

Male, CreeID#5018, (30 October 1850 - )
ChartsBranch 20a. The Robert Cree (2) branch of PA
David G. Blackwood died. Y. He was born on 30 October 1850 in Ohio, USA. He was the son of William Blackwood and Hannah Gardner.
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Mary Blackwood

Female, CreeID#5019, (25 October 1813 - )
ChartsBranch 20a. The Robert Cree (2) branch of PA
Mary Blackwood died. Y. She was born on 25 October 1813 in Perry County, Pennsylvania, USA. She was the daughter of Joseph Blackwood and Hester (Hettie) Cree.
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Mary Blackwood

Female, CreeID#5020, (8 October 1837 - )
ChartsBranch 20a. The Robert Cree (2) branch of PA
Mary Blackwood died. Y. She was born on 8 October 1837 in Ohio, USA. She was the daughter of William Blackwood and Hannah Gardner.
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Rachel Travis

Female, CreeID#5021
ChartsBranch 20a. The Robert Cree (2) branch of PA
Her married name was Blackwood.

Rachel Travis married Robert Blackwood, son of Joseph Blackwood and Hester (Hettie) Cree, on 30 December 1847 in Shelby County, Ohio, USA.

Family: Rachel Travis and Robert Blackwood

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John Cree (of Barree Township, PA)

Male, CreeID#5022, (23 October 1746 - 6 March 1824)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
John Cree (of Barree Township, PA) was born on 23 October 1746 in in the vicinity of, Belfast, Ireland. He was most likely born in what is now Northern Ireland.1 He was the son of Unknown #2 Cree.

Very little is known about the early life of John Cree. It had been a family tradition among some of his descendants that he was born in New Jersey and that his parents came from County Down, Ireland. However, when I was a young boy, my old uncle, Harry W. Cree (1857-1937), often told me that his grandfather, David Cree (1795-1871), had told him many times that his father, John Cree, was born in County Down, Ireland in the vicinity of Belfast. Furthermore, John Cree's youngest daughter Anne states in the 1870 Federal Census that her father was foreign born. My uncle Harry Cree also told me that his grandfather told him on numerous occasions that his father John and the David Cree who lived in Dublin Township, Huntingdon County, Pa. were brothers and that they often visited each other while John was still living in Huntingdon County. As a matter of fact, a recent (2005) DNA match confirms the fact that at some point in time, John and David Cree had indeed shared a common ancestor. Most, if not all, of the other Cree branches that migrated to Pennsylvania prior to 1800 had originated in Northern Ireland. The names of John's parents or any further information on their whereabouts has never been established.

The earliest recorded date of information that I have on John Cree is apparently in 1778 when we find a John Cree on the tax lists of Rye Township, Cumberland County, Pa. He is listed at this time as a 'married taxable.' Also during this same year he served in the Revolutionary War as a private in the 7th Battalion of the Cumberland County Militia. Shortly after this time, he apparently moved to Hamilton Township, Cumberland (now Franklin) County where he is shown in the 1780 tax lists and where he served in the 5th Battalion of the Cumberland County Militia from August of 1780 through June of 1781. While still living in Hamilton Township, Cumberland County, John Cree evidently bought property in Barree Township, Bedford (now Huntingdon) County, Pa. In 1783, he is shown in the Bedford County assessment lists as being a non-resident taxable of Barree Township.

Soon after 1783, John Cree apparently left Hamilton Township, Cumberland County and settled on this Barree Township property which was located along the East Branch of the Standing Stone Creek in what is now Jackson Township, northern Huntingdon County. He is shown at that time on the tax assessment lists as owning 150 acres of land. About this same time, David Cree also left Hamilton Township, Cumberland County and settled on land in Dublin Township, Bedford County, in what is now southern Huntingdon County (see first paragraph). While living in Barree Township, John Cree served as the township tax collector in 1792, also as a township constable in 1792 and as a township road supervisor in 1793. He also served in the Huntingdon County Militia and was a member of the Manor Hill Presbyterian Church. He continued to reside on his Barree Township homestead until about 1805 when he, with his entire family, migrated a few miles westward to Beccaria Township, Clearfield County, Pa., in the vicinity of what is now the village of Glen Hope. He remained in this location until his death in 1824.

The maiden name of John Cree's wife is unknown although we do know from various records that her first name was Jane (or Janet). John Cree and his wife were the parents of at least six known children. The location of the gravesites of John and Jane Cree are unknown, although it can be presumed that they are buried somewhere in Beccaria Township, Clearfield County, where they both died.

It might be noted here that most Cree researchers have assumed that the John Cree shown in the 1778 tax and military records of Rye Township, Cumberland County, was a son of Robert Cree, Sr. and his wife, Janet Hamilton who also lived and were taxed in Rye Township during the Revolutionary War years. They had at least several known sons who served in the Cumberland County Militia during the War. However, there is no documented proof that this John Cree was one of these sons or if, in fact, Robert Cree, Sr. ever had a son John. He never listed a son John in his will. Furthermore, there is only a difference of 14 years between the ages of Robert, Sr. (born 1732) and the John Cree (born 1746) whose record is shown here, so it is practically impossible for them to have been father and son.

Robert H. Cree (2005)


WILL OF JOHN CREE

I, John Cree, of the Township of Beccaria of Clearfield County and State of Pennsylvania, being in a weak state of health but in my perfect senses, do declare this to be my last will and testament. I direct and appoint that four hundred dollars be placed at interest by my Executors, and that they pay to my beloved wife Jane Cree the lawful interest of the same yearly and every year while she shall remain my widow, but in case she shall remarry then the above named sum shall be disposed of as here-after directed. I also give and bequeath to my beloved wife one cow. I give and bequeath to my daughter Esther Feltwell (late Cree) one hundred dollars to be paid to her at her mothers decease, in case she shall survive her, but in case she should not survive her, then the above sum to be paid to her eldest daughter Naomi. I give and bequeath to my daughter Ann Cree one hundred dollars, to be paid to her one year after my decease. I also order and direct that she shall have her choice of one of my horses and one cow and saddle as her own bona fide property and in case she shall survive her mother, shall receive one hundred dollars at the expiration of one year after the decease of her mother, but in case she should not survive her and dies leaving no lawful issue, then the above named one hundred dollars shall be equally divided between my two sons William and David Cree.

I give and bequeath to my daughter Jane McKee (late Cree) one dollar to be paid to her one year after my decease. I give and bequeath to my daughter Mary McKee (late Cree) one dollar to be paid to her one year after my decease. I give and bequeath to my son William Cree one cow and my rifle. I give and bequeath to my son David Cree one horse, one cow and my watch. I give and bequeath to my two sons William and David Cree all the remainder of my property, to be equally divided between them.

I direct that in case my beloved wife shall marry, then the four hundred dollars placed at interest as above shall be paid to the before named persons.

I appoint and direct my son William Cree and my friend Isaac Rickets to be my Executors, to act and perform as I would or could were I living.

Given under my hand and seal this ninth day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixteen (1816).

John Cree (Seal)

Witness present
Amasa Smith
James Higbee.2



It is reasonably well established that David Cree (of Dublin Township PA) and John Cree (of Barree Township, PA) were brothers. The evidence comes from family legends of both lines.

Robert H Cree, a descendant of John Cree, has written, when I was a young boy, my old uncle, Harry W. Cree (1857-1937), often told me that his grandfather, David Cree (1795-1871), had told him many times that his father, John Cree (of Barree Township, PA), was born in County Down, Northern Ireland in the vicinity of Belfast. Furthermore, John Cree's youngest daughter Anne states in the 1870 Federal Census that her father was foreign born. My uncle Harry Cree also told me that his grandfather told him on numerous occasions that his father John and the David Cree who lived in Dublin Township, Huntingdon County, Pa. were brothers and that they often visited each other while John was still living in Huntingdon County. As a matter of fact, a recent (2005) DNA match confirms the fact that at some point in time, John and David Cree had indeed shared a common ancestor.

Robert H Cree has also researched the line of David Cree (of Dublin Township PA) where the same family story was told: According to a long standing family tradition, held by some of the older descendants of David Cree, he was born in this country, possibly in New Jersey, and that he was a brother of John Cree of Barree Township, Huntingdon County, Pa.

The Cree yDNA Project has established that there was a close relationship between John and David Cree. They were found to be either brothers or first cousins.3

John Cree (of Barree Township, PA) married Jane Cree (married name) in (probably) Cumberland (now Perry) County, Pennsylvania, USA.

His daughter Jane Cree was born c 1780 in Hamilton Twp., Cumberland (now Franklin) County, Pennsylvania, USA.

His daughter Mary Cree was born c 1783 in prob. Barree Twp., Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania, USA.

His daughter Esther Cree was born c 1785 in Barree Twp., Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania, USA.

His son William Cree was born on 11 March 1789 in Barree Twp., Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania.

His son David Cree was born c 1794 in Barree Twp., Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania.

His daughter Anne Cree was born c 1796 in Barree Twp., Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania.

John Cree (of Barree Township, PA) died on 6 March 1824 in Beccaria, Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, USA. He was buried in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Children of John Cree (of Barree Township, PA) and Jane Cree (married name)

References

  1. [S16] Personal communication, Robert H Cree, "when I was a young boy, my old uncle, Harry W. Cree (1857-1937), often told me that his grandfather, David Cree (1795-1871), had told him many times that his father, John Cree, was born in County Down, Northern Ireland in the vicinity of Belfast..."
  2. [S226] The Cree Families of Pennsylvania, GEDCOM file created by Robert H Cree, 2006, "All text in these web pages of the Cree Famil,ies of Pennsylvania is copyright (c) Robert H Cree 2006."
  3. [S16] Personal communication, Robert H Cree. Most of the text in this website which relates to the Cree Families of Pennsylvania is copyright (c) Robert H Cree 2006.
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Jane Cree (married name)

Female, CreeID#5023, (1756 - 13 February 1827)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA

Children of Jane Cree (married name) and John Cree (of Barree Township, PA)

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Esther Cree

Female, CreeID#5024, (c 1785 - date unknown)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
Esther Cree died date unknown. She was buried in probably Glade Run Presby. Cemetery, Dayton, Armstrong County, Pennsylvania, USA. Her married name was Feltwell. She was born c 1785 in Barree Twp., Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania, USA. She was the daughter of John Cree (of Barree Township, PA) and Jane Cree (married name).

Esther Cree married William Williams Feltwell c 1806 in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Her daughter Naomi Feltwell was born on 3 August 1807.

Her son Benjamin Morgan Feltwell was born on 11 August 1811.

Her daughter Caroline Feltwell was born on 5 February 1826.

Her son Joshua Feltwell was born on 31 July 1828 in Erie County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Children of Esther Cree and William Williams Feltwell

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William Cree

Male, CreeID#5025, (11 March 1789 - 25 June 1839)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
William Cree William Cree and his wife Mary are probably buried in the Heggarty's Crossroads Cemetery in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pa. This cemetery was not far from their place of residence and it is known that William was one of the founders of the Presbyterian Church at that place. It is further known that David Cree, younger brother of William is buried in this cemetery.

It has always been an interesting point of conjecture as to why William Cree traveled nearly 250 miles from Clearfield County, Pa. in 1821, no doubt on horseback over primitive wilderness roads, to marry a young widow, Mary Holten Fuller, at Swedesboro, New Jersey. It would be interesting to know the circumstances under which he would have known of her existence and of how his contacts with her over such a great distance would have been sufficient for him to have proposed marriage. It is a known fact that a Holten family had, at an earlier date, settled in that same part of Clearfield County where William Cree's father had settled. It is quite possible that Mary Holten was related in some way to these Holtens who were possible neighbors, or at least acquaintances, of the Crees.


WILL OF WILLIAM CREE

In the name of God Amen, I, William Cree of Beccaria Township, Clearfield County and State of Pennsylvania being sick and weak in body but of sound mind, memory and understanding (praised be God for it) and considering the certainty of death and the uncertainty of the time thereof and to the end I may be better prepared to leave this world whenever it shall please God to call me hence, do therefor make and declare this my last Will and Testament in manner following : that is to say, first and principally, I commend my soul into the hands of Almighty God , my Creator, hoping for free pardon of all my sins and to enjoy everlasting happiness in the Heavenly Kingdom through Jesus Christ my Savior, and my body I commit to the earth to be decently buried.

I do hereby will that my real property comprising the farm and premises whereon I now reside in Beccaria Township, Clearfield County and State of Pennsylvania with all the appurtenances thereunto belonging shall be sold in the course of the Autumn of the year 1839 for the purpose of paying all my just debts and funeral expenses and the surplus or residue shall be placed in the hands of my family and converting it to their use in the manner following (viz) - I do give and bequeath unto my loving wife Mary all my household furniture, beds and bedding of every description to her sole use and behoof during the term of her natural life, and one cow which shall remain at her disposal. I do hereby will unto my sons David, John and William all my right title and interest to the undivided half of the tract of land in the name of Solomon Lyons purchased by me at Commissioners sale, lying and being in Beccaria Township on the waters of Clearfield Creek, to fall into their possession immediately after my decease. I do hereby will all my live and dead stock, horses, cows &c (except the cow above mentioned), farming implements, gears &c. to their use and behoof to take place immediately after my decease so that they may have the benefit of them without delay and also I hereby most solemnly bind them by every tie of love and duty to support their Mother in everything necessary to her comfort during her natural life provided she does not intermarry but remains a widow, and further I will that the aforesaid David, John and William shall together with their Mother take care of and bring up my son James until he comes of age at 21 years except he should desire and it should be thought advisable for his interest to learn any trade or business that might be judged most profitable and beneficial for him, but if he prefers staying with the family and giving every assistance in his power until he becomes of age, let him do so and they shall give him a horse with eighty dollar saddle and bridal and the sum of one hundred dollars. If he should leave the family and go to a trade at the age of 16 or 17, then the said David, John and William shall be released from the obligation of giving him the horse &c. but shall give the 100 dollars on his coming to age, it is not considered that the Mother is liable to any claim of said James as aforesaid but David, John and William to be responsible. Also, I will that the said David, John and William shall provide for and bring up my daughter Hannah Jane in a proper and comfortable manner until she attains the age of eighteen and then to give her a good bed and bedding and a good cow and household furniture to the amount of twenty five dollars. If David should agree to go to a trade at 17 or 18 years of age, he may go and give up his share in all the property except that John and William pay him one hundred dollars when he is free from the trade. I do hereby constitute and appoint Robert Leonard as Executor to this my last Will and Testament. In witness whereof, I, William Cree, the Testator, have to this my last will set my hand and seal this fifth day of December AD 1838.

William Cree (Seal.)1 He was buried in prob. Heggerty's Crossroad Cem., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, USA. He was born on 11 March 1789 in Barree Twp., Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania, USA. He was the son of John Cree (of Barree Township, PA) and Jane Cree (married name).

William Cree married Mary Holten on 19 December 1821 in Swedesboro, New Jersey, USA.

His son David Cree was born on 23 September 1822 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, USA.

His father John Cree (of Barree Township, PA) died on 6 March 1824 in Beccaria, Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, USA.

His son John Cree was born on 30 March 1824 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

His son William Cree was born on 9 April 1826 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

His mother Jane Cree (married name) died on 13 February 1827 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

His daughter Jane Cree was born on 19 January 1828 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

His daughter Jane Cree died on 25 June 1828 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

His son James McKee Cree was born on 27 April 1829 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

His daughter Hannah Jane Cree was born on 18 March 1831 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

William Cree died on 25 June 1839 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

Children of William Cree and Mary Holten

References

  1. [S226] The Cree Families of Pennsylvania, GEDCOM file created by Robert H Cree, 2006, "All text in these web pages of the Cree Famil,ies of Pennsylvania is copyright (c) Robert H Cree 2006."
Last edited15 Sep 2019

David Cree

Male, CreeID#5026, (c 1794 - 5 November 1871)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
David Cree was buried in Haggerty's Crossroad Cem., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Apparently some sort of domestic problem existed between David Cree and his wife Elizabeth in their later years as they were not living together in 1870 although they were living together in 1860. In the 1870 census for White Township, Cambria County, Pa., David Cree was listed as living in the household of one John Hollen while his wife Elizabeth was living in a separate household with her son David K Cree and her daughter Agnes.1 He was born c 1794 in Barree Twp., Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania, USA. He was the son of John Cree (of Barree Township, PA) and Jane Cree (married name).

David Cree married Elizebeth Krise, daughter of George Krise and Salome ?, c 1813 in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, USA.

His daughter Mary Ann Cree was born on 27 March 1814 in Cambria County, Pennsylvania, USA.

His daughter Elizabeth Cree was born on 9 June 1816 in Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

His son William E. Cree was born on 27 May 1819 in Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

His son George Martin Cree was born on 9 October 1821 in Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

His daughter Mariah Jane Cree was born on 18 July 1823 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania, USA.

His father John Cree (of Barree Township, PA) died on 6 March 1824 in Beccaria, Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, USA.

His daughter Salome C. Cree was born on 8 May 1825 in Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

His daughter Agnes Cree was born on 17 December 1826 in Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

His mother Jane Cree (married name) died on 13 February 1827 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, USA.

His son John Andrew Cree was born on 22 August 1828 in Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

His son David Krise Cree was born on 21 June 1830 in Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

His daughter Salome C. Cree died on 8 February 1859 in Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

David Cree died on 5 November 1871 in White Twp., Cambria County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Children of David Cree and Elizebeth Krise

References

  1. [S226] The Cree Families of Pennsylvania, GEDCOM file created by Robert H Cree, 2006, "All text in these web pages of the Cree Famil,ies of Pennsylvania is copyright (c) Robert H Cree 2006."
Last edited15 Sep 2019

Jane Cree

Female, CreeID#5027, (c 1780 - 13 June 1828)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
Her married name was McKee. Jane Cree was buried in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, USA. She was born c 1780 in Hamilton Twp., Cumberland (now Franklin) County, Pennsylvania, USA. She was the daughter of John Cree (of Barree Township, PA) and Jane Cree (married name).

Jane Cree married James McKie, son of Thomas McKie, c 1801 in Barree Twp., Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania, USA. Two sisters, Mary and Jane Cree, married two brothers, Robert McKee and James McKie.1

Her son Thomas McKee was born c 1802 in Barree Twp., Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania.

Her son William McKee was born on 20 June 1815 in Beccaria Township, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Her son Isaac McKee was born on 25 October 1817 in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

Her son James McKee was born c 1822 in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

Her father John Cree (of Barree Township, PA) died on 6 March 1824 in Beccaria, Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Her mother Jane Cree (married name) died on 13 February 1827 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Her daughter Nancy McKee was born c 1828 in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

Jane Cree died on 13 June 1828 in Woodward Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Children of Jane Cree and James McKie

References

  1. [S16] Personal communication, Posting on Cree Mailing List 18 June 2011.
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Mary Cree

Female, CreeID#5028, (c 1783 - after 1850)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
Her married name was McKee. Mary Cree was buried. She was born c 1783 in prob. Barree Twp., Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania, USA. She was the daughter of John Cree (of Barree Township, PA) and Jane Cree (married name).

Mary Cree married Robert McKee, son of Thomas McKie, c 1803 in Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania, USA. Two sisters, Mary and Jane Cree, married two brothers, Robert McKee and James McKie.1

Her son Thomas McKee was born on 15 September 1805 in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Her daughter Jane (Jean) McKee was born on 16 December 1806 in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

Her son John McKee was born on 8 September 1808 in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Her son Robert McKee was born on 10 June 1810 in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

Her daughter Martha McKee was born on 12 May 1813 in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

Her daughter Esther McKee was born on 19 April 1815 in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

Her son William McKee was born on 3 March 1819 in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Her daughter Christina McKee was born on 18 March 1821.

Mary Cree died after 1850.

Children of Mary Cree and Robert McKee

References

  1. [S16] Personal communication, Posting on Cree Mailing List 18 June 2011.
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Anne Cree

Female, CreeID#5029, (c 1796 - )
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
Anne Cree was buried in Zion Cemetery near Ansonville, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Anne Cree died in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, USA. Her married name was Ames.

Anne Cree married Jonathan Robbins Ames in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania. Anne Cree was born c 1796 in Barree Twp., Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania, USA. She was the daughter of John Cree (of Barree Township, PA) and Jane Cree (married name).

Her daughter Naomi Cree Ames was born in 1826 in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

Her daughter Rachel Ames was born in 1829 in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

Her daughter Ruth Ann Ames was born in 1831 in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

Her son Joseph Ritner Ames was born on 6 July 1833 in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

Her son William Cree Ames was born in 1839 in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

Children of Anne Cree and Jonathan Robbins Ames

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Mary Holten

Female, CreeID#5030, (5 July 1789 - 11 April 1845)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
Her married name was Fuller. Her married name was Cree.

Mary Holten married Abraham Fuller. He was from New Jersey. Mary Holten was born on 5 July 1789 in New Jersey, USA.

Mary Holten married William Cree, son of John Cree (of Barree Township, PA) and Jane Cree (married name), on 19 December 1821 in Swedesboro, New Jersey, USA.

Her son David Cree was born on 23 September 1822 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Her son John Cree was born on 30 March 1824 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

Her son William Cree was born on 9 April 1826 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

Her daughter Jane Cree was born on 19 January 1828 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

Her daughter Jane Cree died on 25 June 1828 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

Her son James McKee Cree was born on 27 April 1829 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

Her daughter Hannah Jane Cree was born on 18 March 1831 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

Her husband William Cree died on 25 June 1839 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

Mary Holten died on 11 April 1845 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania. She was buried in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

Family: Mary Holten and Abraham Fuller

Children of Mary Holten and William Cree

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David Cree

Male, CreeID#5031, (23 September 1822 - 12 October 1896)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
David Cree was buried in Altoona, Polk County, Iowa, USA.

David Cree David Cree and his family left Beccaria Township, Clearfield County, Pa. in 1869 and first settled for a short time at Grinnell, Iowa. He then moved to Altoona, Polk County, Iowa in 1870 where he spent the remainder of his life. He was born on 23 September 1822 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, USA. He was the son of William Cree and Mary Holten.

His father William Cree died on 25 June 1839 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

His mother Mary Holten died on 11 April 1845 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

David Cree married Susannah M. Price on 5 October 1847 in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, USA.

His daughter Martha M. Cree was born on 31 July 1848 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

His daughter Jane L. Cree was born on 19 May 1851 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

His son John W. Cree was born on 8 November 1853 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

His daughter Catherine Cree was born on 6 May 1856 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

His son Charles Cree was born on 4 September 1860 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

His daughter Anna M. Cree was born on 4 September 1860 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

His son Charles Cree died on 12 January 1861 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

His daughter Ida May Cree was born on 8 January 1864 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

His wife Susannah M. Price died on 23 November 1882 in Altoona, Polk County, Iowa.

David Cree died on 12 October 1896 in Altoona, Polk County, Iowa.

Children of David Cree and Susannah M. Price

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William Cree

Male, CreeID#5032, (9 April 1826 - 26 February 1892)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
William Cree was born and raised in Beccaria Township, Clearfield County, Pa. near the village of Glen Hope. He was engaged there in the farming and lumbering business until 1869 when he moved with his family first to Jasper County and then to Davis County, Iowa. He resided there in the vicinity of Bloomfield until 1882 when he moved on to South Dakota and settled on a farm near Miller in Hand County.

Although William Cree died on his farm near Miller, South Dakota, his body was brought back to Bloomfield, Iowa and buried in the IOOF Cemetery there. William Cree was buried in Bloomfield, Davis County, Iowa, USA. He was born on 9 April 1826 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, USA. He was the son of William Cree and Mary Holten.

His father William Cree died on 25 June 1839 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

His mother Mary Holten died on 11 April 1845 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

William Cree married Lavena Johnson on 9 October 1850 in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, USA.

His daughter Mary Pamela Cree was born on 22 July 1852 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

His son Thomas Clayton Cree was born on 25 July 1854 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

His son William Calvin Cree was born in 1857 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

His son David Porter Cree was born on 21 July 1859 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

His son Ira John Cree was born on 7 January 1866 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

His son William Calvin Cree died in 1879 in Kansas City, Missouri, USA.

William Cree died on 26 February 1892 in Miller, Hand County, South Dakota, USA. He was buried in Bloomfield, Davis County, Iowa.1

Children of William Cree and Lavena Johnson

References

  1. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Lindsay Kaye Palmer, 25 Nov 2011.
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Jane Cree

Female, CreeID#5033, (19 January 1828 - 25 June 1828)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
Jane Cree was buried in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, USA. She was born on 19 January 1828 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of William Cree and Mary Holten.

Jane Cree died on 25 June 1828 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.
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James McKee Cree

Male, CreeID#5034, (27 April 1829 - 16 February 1894)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
James McKee Cree CIVIL WAR PENSION FILES FOR JAMES McKEE CREE


Born - 27 April 1829
Died - 16 February 1894
Buried - Utahville, Clearfield County, Pa.
Married - Sidney Ann Smith on 18 October 1855
Born - 13 May 1832
Died - 15 June 1921
Buried - Utahville, Clearfield County, Pa.
Children
Jennie Cree Tickerhoff
Laura Cree Patterson

Civil War Record
Enlisted - 31 August 1861
Discharged - 8 January 1863
Wounded - 31 May 1862 at Fair Oaks, Va. in left arm
Outfit - Co. D, 105th Pa Vol. Inf. - Capt. Levi Bird Duff

Description while in service
Height - 5 ft- 9 1/2 in.
Complexion - dark
Eyes - blue
Hair - dark

Resided in Glen Hope, Clearfield County

Occupation - carpenter

Father - William Cree.

























He was born on 27 April 1829 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, USA. He was the son of William Cree and Mary Holten.

His father William Cree died on 25 June 1839 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

His mother Mary Holten died on 11 April 1845 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

James McKee Cree married Sidney Anne Smith on 18 October 1855 in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, USA.

His daughter Jane (Jennie) M. Cree was born in May 1858 in Utahville, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, USA.

His daughter Laura S. Cree was born on 3 June 1863 in Utahville, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

His son John H. Cree died on 1 September 1871 in Utahville, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

His son John H. Cree was born on 1 September 1871 in Utahville, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

James McKee Cree died on 16 February 1894 in Utahville, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania. His age was given as 64y 9m 19d.1 He was buried in Utahville Cemetery, Beccaria Township, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Children of James McKee Cree and Sidney Anne Smith

References

  1. [S231] E-mail from Susan Alexander to Mike Spathaky, 5 January 2004.
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Hannah Jane Cree

Female, CreeID#5035, (18 March 1831 - 18 November 1870)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
Hannah Jane Cree was buried in Haven Cemetery, Tama County, Iowa, USA. Her married name was Hoover. She was born on 18 March 1831 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, USA. She was the daughter of William Cree and Mary Holten.

Her father William Cree died on 25 June 1839 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

Her mother Mary Holten died on 11 April 1845 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

Hannah Jane Cree married Mahlon Hoover on 18 August 1853 in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Her daughter Mary Lavina Hoover was born on 16 May 1855 in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Her daughter Anna Abigail Hoover was born on 15 March 1857 in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

Her daughter Edith Ellen Hoover was born on 6 June 1860 in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

Her son L.Z. Hoover was born on 13 March 1863 in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

Her daughter Laura Hoover died on 26 January 1869 in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

Her daughter Laura Hoover was born on 26 January 1869 in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

Her daughter Ida May Hoover was born on 26 January 1869 in Iowa, USA.

Hannah Jane Cree died on 18 November 1870 in Madison Twp., USA.

Children of Hannah Jane Cree and Mahlon Hoover

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Susannah M. Price

Female, CreeID#5036, (25 November 1824 - 23 November 1882)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
Susannah M. Price was buried in Altoona, Iowa, USA. Her married name was Cree. She was born on 25 November 1824 in Pennsylvania, USA.

Susannah M. Price married David Cree, son of William Cree and Mary Holten, on 5 October 1847 in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Her daughter Martha M. Cree was born on 31 July 1848 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Her daughter Jane L. Cree was born on 19 May 1851 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

Her son John W. Cree was born on 8 November 1853 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

Her daughter Catherine Cree was born on 6 May 1856 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

Her son Charles Cree was born on 4 September 1860 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

Her daughter Anna M. Cree was born on 4 September 1860 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

Her son Charles Cree died on 12 January 1861 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

Her daughter Ida May Cree was born on 8 January 1864 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

Susannah M. Price died on 23 November 1882 in Altoona, Polk County, Iowa, USA.

Children of Susannah M. Price and David Cree

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Lavena Johnson

Female, CreeID#5037, (14 February 1831 - 21 October 1897)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
Lavena Johnson was buried in Bloomfield, Davis County, Iowa, USA. Her married name was Cree. She was born on 14 February 1831 in Pennsylvania, USA.

Lavena Johnson married William Cree, son of William Cree and Mary Holten, on 9 October 1850 in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Her daughter Mary Pamela Cree was born on 22 July 1852 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Her son Thomas Clayton Cree was born on 25 July 1854 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

Her son William Calvin Cree was born in 1857 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

Her son David Porter Cree was born on 21 July 1859 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

Her son Ira John Cree was born on 7 January 1866 in Beccaria Twp., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

Her son William Calvin Cree died in 1879 in Kansas City, Missouri, USA.

Her husband William Cree died on 26 February 1892 in Miller, Hand County, South Dakota, USA.

Lavena Johnson died on 21 October 1897 in Miller, Hand County, South Dakota. She was buried in Bloomfield, Davis County, Iowa.1

Children of Lavena Johnson and William Cree

References

  1. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Lindsay Kaye Palmer, 25 Nov 2011.
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Mahlon Hoover

Male, CreeID#5038, (20 September 1826 - 1 November 1895)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
Mahlon Hoover was buried in Des Moines, Iowa, USA. He was born on 20 September 1826 in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Mahlon Hoover married Hannah Jane Cree, daughter of William Cree and Mary Holten, on 18 August 1853 in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

His daughter Mary Lavina Hoover was born on 16 May 1855 in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, USA.

His daughter Anna Abigail Hoover was born on 15 March 1857 in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

His daughter Edith Ellen Hoover was born on 6 June 1860 in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

His son L.Z. Hoover was born on 13 March 1863 in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

His daughter Laura Hoover died on 26 January 1869 in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

His daughter Laura Hoover was born on 26 January 1869 in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

His daughter Ida May Hoover was born on 26 January 1869 in Iowa, USA.

His wife Hannah Jane Cree died on 18 November 1870 in Madison Twp., USA.

His daughter Edith Ellen Hoover died on 10 April 1889.

His daughter Anna Abigail Hoover died on 9 July 1892.

Mahlon Hoover died on 1 November 1895 in Des Moines, Iowa.

Children of Mahlon Hoover and Hannah Jane Cree

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Sidney Anne Smith

Female, CreeID#5039, (13 March 1832 - 15 June 1921)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
Her married name was Cree. Sidney Anne Smith was born on 13 March 1832 in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, USA. (RH Cree says 13 May 1832.)1

Sidney Anne Smith married James McKee Cree, son of William Cree and Mary Holten, on 18 October 1855 in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

Her daughter Jane (Jennie) M. Cree was born in May 1858 in Utahville, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Her daughter Laura S. Cree was born on 3 June 1863 in Utahville, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

Her son John H. Cree was born on 1 September 1871 in Utahville, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

Her son John H. Cree died on 1 September 1871 in Utahville, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.

Her husband James McKee Cree died on 16 February 1894 in Utahville, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.1

Sidney Anne Smith died on 15 June 1921 in Utahville, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania. She was buried in Utahville Cemetery, Beccaria Township, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, USA.1

Children of Sidney Anne Smith and James McKee Cree

References

  1. [S231] E-mail from Susan Alexander to Mike Spathaky, 5 January 2004.
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Elizebeth Krise

Female, CreeID#5040, (1796 - 31 October 1884)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
Elizebeth Krise was buried in Haggerty's Crossroad Cem., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, USA. Her married name was Cree. She was born in 1796 in Frederick County, Maryland, USA. She was the daughter of George Krise and Salome ?

Elizebeth Krise married David Cree, son of John Cree (of Barree Township, PA) and Jane Cree (married name), c 1813 in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Her daughter Mary Ann Cree was born on 27 March 1814 in Cambria County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Her daughter Elizabeth Cree was born on 9 June 1816 in Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

Her son William E. Cree was born on 27 May 1819 in Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

Her son George Martin Cree was born on 9 October 1821 in Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

Her daughter Mariah Jane Cree was born on 18 July 1823 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Her daughter Salome C. Cree was born on 8 May 1825 in Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

Her daughter Agnes Cree was born on 17 December 1826 in Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

Her son John Andrew Cree was born on 22 August 1828 in Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

Her son David Krise Cree was born on 21 June 1830 in Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

Her daughter Salome C. Cree died on 8 February 1859 in Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

Her husband David Cree died on 5 November 1871 in White Twp., Cambria County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Elizebeth Krise died on 31 October 1884 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

Children of Elizebeth Krise and David Cree

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Mary Ann Cree

Female, CreeID#5041, (27 March 1814 - 5 August 1889)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
Her married name was Empfield. Mary Ann Cree was buried in Antis Cemetery, Blair County, Pennsylvania, USA. She was born on 27 March 1814 in Cambria County, Pennsylvania, USA. She was the daughter of David Cree and Elizebeth Krise.

Mary Ann Cree married John Empfield c 1843.

Her son David Empfield was born on 14 January 1844 in Blair County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Her daughter Nancy Jane Empfield was born on 28 July 1847 in Blair County, Pennsylvania.

Her daughter Julia Ann Empfield was born on 23 October 1849 in Blair County, Pennsylvania.

Her son Emmanuel Empfield was born on 23 November 1853 in Blair County, Pennsylvania.

Her daughter Elizabeth E. Empfield was born on 19 July 1858 in Blair Furnace, Blair County, USA.

Her son Martin Luther Empfield was born on 26 December 1860 in Blair County, Pennsylvania.

Her father David Cree died on 5 November 1871 in White Twp., Cambria County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Her mother Elizebeth Krise died on 31 October 1884 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Her husband John Empfield died on 5 March 1885.

Mary Ann Cree died on 5 August 1889 in Blair County, Pennsylvania.

Children of Mary Ann Cree and John Empfield

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Elizabeth Cree

Female, CreeID#5042, (9 June 1816 - 1 June 1902)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
Elizabeth Cree married George Troxell date unknown. Elizabeth Cree was buried in Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania, USA. Her married name was Troxell. She was born on 9 June 1816 in Cambria County, Pennsylvania, USA. She was the daughter of David Cree and Elizebeth Krise.

Her son John Troxell was born on 24 December 1838 in White Twp., Cambria County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Her son William Troxell was born in 1840 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Her son David Troxell was born in 1842 in White Twp., Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

Her son George Troxell was born in 1845 in White Twp., Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

Her daughter Mary Jane Troxell was born in 1847 in White Twp., Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

Her daughter Sarah A. Troxell was born in January 1853 in White Twp., Cambria County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Her son Charles W. Troxell was born in 1856 in White Twp., Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

Her daughter Rebecca Ellen Troxell was born in 1857 in White Twp., Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

Her son Samuel C. Troxell was born in 1863 in White Twp., Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

Her father David Cree died on 5 November 1871 in White Twp., Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

Her husband George Troxell died in 1882 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

Her mother Elizebeth Krise died on 31 October 1884 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

Her son William Troxell died in 1889 in Reade Twp., Cambria County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Her son Samuel C. Troxell died on 14 March 1895 in Reade Twp., Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

Elizabeth Cree died on 1 June 1902 in Reade Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Children of Elizabeth Cree and George Troxell

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William E. Cree

Male, CreeID#5043, (27 May 1819 - 19 October 1893)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
William E. Cree In early life, William Cree was a lumberman and shingle maker by trade. In later years, he worked as a farmer, carpenter and teamster. He was killed on October 19, 1893 when thrown from his wagon near the foot of Sixth Street in Huntingdon, Pa.



HUNTINGDON 'JOURNAL' - Friday, October 20, 1893

No sooner had the news of Samuel Hollinghead's death been circulated than another horrible accident occurred. The victim of this accident was Mr. William Cree, residing on the top of Stone Creek hill. Mr. Cree had been hauling dirt from the streets ever since the beginning of the street making. On Thursday afternoon, shortly after one o'clock, Mr. Cree loaded his wagon with earth and drove to the rear of J.C. Blair's stationery establishment where he proceded to deposit it. While he stood on the double-trees dumping the load, a freight train came along which frightened the horses and caused them to run away. Mr. Cree tried to jump off but his feet slipped and he fell under the wagon, which passed over his stomach, killing him instantly. Mr. Cree was aged about 65 years and was a highly respected citizen. He is survived by three children. The funeral services have not yet been announced.


HUNTINGDON 'SEMI-WEEKLY NEWS' - October 19, 1893

At noon today, William E. Cree, an aged farmer who resides on Stone Creek hill, east of town, was fatally injured. He was employed as a teamster on the street work on Penn Street. While unloading dirt at Garrettson's lot along the railroad, his horses frightened at the trains and ran off. He was struck on the temple by the wagon and both wheels run over his body. He was picked up unconscious and carried into Dr. Chisholm's office where he died. He leaves three sons and one daughter.

HUNTINGDON 'GLOBE' - October 19, 1893

James (*) Cree of Henderson Township was instantly killed this Thursday afternoon about 1 o'clock. He was employed on the streets of this place hauling dirt when his horses became frightened at the cars and ran off, throwing him out. The wagon passed over him, crushing his breast. He was taken to Dr. Chisholm's office where he died in about half an hour. (*) should be William Cree

HUNTINGDON 'GLOBE' - October 26, 1893

William E. Cree, whose tragic death on Thursday afternoon last was briefly mentioned in our last issue, lived in Henderson Township, on the ridge south of town. He had been employed in hauling material for the new streets in town with his two horse team. About 1 o'clock on Thursday afternoon, Mr. Cree loaded his wagon with earth and drove to the rear of Blair's stationery manufactory, where he intended to deposit it. While he was standing on the double-trees dumping the earth, a freight train came tearing past which frightened the horses and caused them to run away. Mr. Cree, in trying to jump off, slipped and fell under the wagon, two of the wheels passing over his stomach, killing him almost instantly. Mr. Cree was a highly respected citizen and was aged about 65 years. Three children survive. His funeral took place on Saturday, the services being conducted by Rev. C.M. Sandt, of the Lutheran Church.
He was born on 27 May 1819 in Cambria County, Pennsylvania, USA. He was the son of David Cree and Elizebeth Krise.

William E. Cree married Susan Jackson Wallace, daughter of Thomas J. Jackson and Jane Johnston, on 14 June 1856 in Knose, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, USA.

His son Harry Willis Carey Cree was born on 5 November 1857 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania, USA.

His son William Adonirum Judson Cree was born on 3 February 1860 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

His daughter Jane Elizabeth Cree was born on 3 August 1862 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

His daughter Jane Elizabeth Cree died on 26 August 1862 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

His son David Curtin 'Curt' Cree was born on 28 June 1863 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

His daughter Sarah Keturah Cree was born on 5 November 1865 in Root's Crossing, Blair County, Pennsylvania, USA.

His father David Cree died on 5 November 1871 in White Twp., Cambria County, Pennsylvania, USA.

His mother Elizebeth Krise died on 31 October 1884 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

His wife Susan Jackson Wallace died on 14 September 1886 in near Huntingdon, Pennsylvania, USA.

William E. Cree died on 19 October 1893 in Huntingdon, Pennsylvania, USA. He was buried in Riverview Cemetery, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania, USA.

Children of William E. Cree and Susan Jackson Wallace

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George Martin Cree

Male, CreeID#5044, (9 October 1821 - 20 June 1886)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
George Martin Cree was born on 9 October 1821 in Cambria County, Pennsylvania, USA. He was the son of David Cree and Elizebeth Krise.

George Martin Cree married Mary Peterson.

His father David Cree died on 5 November 1871 in White Twp., Cambria County, Pennsylvania, USA.

His son John Cree was born in 1879 in Franklin County, Pennsylvania, USA.1

George Martin Cree married Elizabeth Jane McCartney in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania, USA.2

His mother Elizebeth Krise died on 31 October 1884 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

His daughter Mary Ellen Cree was born on 5 December 1884 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

George Martin Cree died on 20 June 1886 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania. He was buried in Lutheran Cemetery, Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Family: George Martin Cree and Mary Peterson

Children of George Martin Cree and Elizabeth Jane McCartney

References

  1. [S316] Robert H Cree research files, 2006, "George Cree had a son John who was born in 1879 in Franklin County, Pa. John died of diptheria on 10 August 1894 and was buried at Glasgow, Cambria County, Pa. His mother was George Cree's second wife, Elizebeth Jane McCartney, but he was born while George Cree was still married to Mary Peterson, his first wife. George Cree is buried in the Lutheran Cemetery, Glasgow, Cambria County, Pa."
  2. [S316] Robert H Cree research files, 2006.
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Salome C. Cree

Female, CreeID#5045, (8 May 1825 - 8 February 1859)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
Salome C. Cree There is some evidence to support an old family tradition that Salome Cree was unmarried but was the mother of two illegitimate daughters, Mary and Elizabeth. The name of their father (or fathers) is unknown. It is evident that Salome was unmarried when she died in 1859 as the name on her tombstone in the Haggerty Cross Roads cemetery is Salome CREE. The daughter Mary married Albert Youngkin. Mary was born in 1853 and died in 1932. She is buried in the Beaver Valley Cemetery in Cambria County. At this time there is no available information on Elizabeth. She was buried in Haggerty's Crossroad Cem., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, USA. She was born on 8 May 1825 in Cambria County, Pennsylvania, USA. She was the daughter of David Cree and Elizebeth Krise.

Salome C. Cree died on 8 February 1859 in Cambria County, Pennsylvania.
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Agnes Cree

Female, CreeID#5046, (17 December 1826 - 1910?)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
Agnes Cree was born on 17 December 1826 in Cambria County, Pennsylvania, USA. She was the daughter of David Cree and Elizebeth Krise.

Her father David Cree died on 5 November 1871 in White Twp., Cambria County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Her mother Elizebeth Krise died on 31 October 1884 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Agnes Cree died in 1910? In Cambria County, Pennsylvania. Some family researchers claim that Agnes Cree died in 1910. However, no evidence seems to exist confirming this date. In the 1870 census, Agnes is shown as living in the household of her brother, David Krise Cree. She is not listed in any other census records after that date. - RHC. She was buried in Haggerty's Crossroad Cem., Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, USA.
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John Andrew Cree

Male, CreeID#5047, (22 August 1828 - 25 April 1893)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
John Andrew Cree was buried in Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania, USA.

John Andrew Cree According to information obtained from the late Mr. George W. Hescox of Duarte, Calif., Sarah Jane Williams, who married George W. Cree, was a step sister of George Wesley Hescox who married Mary Catherine Elizabeth Cree.

George W. Hescox was the grandson of Mary Catherine Elizabeth Cree and George Wesley Hescox. He was a highly regarded researcher of Hescox family genealogy.


INFORMATION IN CIVIL WAR PENSION FILE OF JOHN ANDREW CREE

JOHN ANDREW CREE

Born - August 22, 1828
Died - April 25, 1893 of Bright's Disease
Buried - Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Glasgow, Cambria County, Pa.
Married - Nancy Diggins on August 3, 1854
Children -
George W. Cree
Born - July 1855
Elizabeth Catherine Cree
Born - March 1859
Married - George W. Hescox

WAR RECORD

Outfit - Co. K, 187th Pa. Vols.
Enlisted - 30 March 1864 at Harrisburg, Pa.
Discharged - 3 August 1865
Wounded - 18 June 1864 in right knee near Petersburg, Va.

Living at Mountaindale, Cambria County

Father - David Cree. He was born on 22 August 1828 in Cambria County, Pennsylvania, USA. He was the son of David Cree and Elizebeth Krise.

John Andrew Cree married Nancy Jane Diggins on 3 August 1854.

His son George W. Cree was born on 29 July 1855 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania, USA.

His daughter Mary Catherine Elizabeth Cree was born on 22 March 1859 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

His father David Cree died on 5 November 1871 in White Twp., Cambria County, Pennsylvania, USA.

His mother Elizebeth Krise died on 31 October 1884 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

John Andrew Cree died on 25 April 1893 in Mountaindale, Cambria County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Children of John Andrew Cree and Nancy Jane Diggins

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Cornelia N. Green

Female, CreeID#5048, (3 June 1859 - 17 February 1918)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
Cornelia N. Green was buried in Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania, USA. Her married name was Cree. She was born on 3 June 1859 in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Cornelia N. Green married David Krise Cree, son of David Cree and Elizebeth Krise, on 10 November 1880 in Cambria County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Her daughter Loretta Cree was born on 29 January 1883 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Her son William Henry Cree was born on 24 May 1884 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

Her son David Arnold Cree was born in 1886 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

Her daughter Irene Olive Cree was born on 1 October 1888 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

Her son George Leroy Cree was born on 3 April 1890 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

Her daughter Naomi Christina Cree was born on 3 September 1893 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

Her daughter Julia Bertha Cree was born in May 1895 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

Her daughter Julia Bertha Cree died on 15 April 1896 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

Her son John Allen Cree was born in 1898 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

Her son David Arnold Cree died on 28 January 1905 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

Cornelia N. Green died on 17 February 1918 in Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

Children of Cornelia N. Green and David Krise Cree

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George Troxell

Male, CreeID#5049, (1815 - 1882)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA

Children of George Troxell and Elizabeth Cree

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John Empfield

Male, CreeID#5050, (c 1817 - 5 March 1885)
ChartsBranch 21a. The John Cree branch of PA
John Empfield was born c 1817 in Indiana County, Pennsylvania, USA.

John Empfield married Mary Ann Cree, daughter of David Cree and Elizebeth Krise, c 1843.

His son David Empfield was born on 14 January 1844 in Blair County, Pennsylvania, USA.

His daughter Nancy Jane Empfield was born on 28 July 1847 in Blair County, Pennsylvania.

His daughter Julia Ann Empfield was born on 23 October 1849 in Blair County, Pennsylvania.

His son Emmanuel Empfield was born on 23 November 1853 in Blair County, Pennsylvania.

His daughter Elizabeth E. Empfield was born on 19 July 1858 in Blair Furnace, Blair County, USA.

His son Martin Luther Empfield was born on 26 December 1860 in Blair County, Pennsylvania.

John Empfield died on 5 March 1885.

Children of John Empfield and Mary Ann Cree

Last edited15 Sep 2019