Esther Cree

Female, CreeID#4401, (10 December 1782 - 9 May 1858)
ChartsBranch 20b. The William Cree branch of PA

Child of Esther Cree and James Gwynn

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Anne Elizabeth Cree

Female, CreeID#4402, (10 August 1784 - May 1854)
ChartsBranch 20b. The William Cree branch of PA
Her daughter Ann Elizabeth VanBuskirk was born UNKNOWN.

Her son William VanBuskirk was born UNKNOWN.

Her son Johnson VanBuskirk was born UNKNOWN.

Her daughter Sarah VanBuskirk was born date unknown.

Her daughter Jane VanBuskirk was born date unknown.

Her son Lawrence VanBuskirk was born date unknown.

Her daughter Susanna VanBuskirk was born date unknown. Anne Elizabeth Cree was buried in Deep Springs Cem., Carroll County, Ohio, USA. She was born on 10 August 1784 in Khedive, Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA. She was the daughter of William Cree (of Jefferson Township PA) and Jane Marshall.

Her daughter Catherine VanBuskirk was born on 7 January 1810 in Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Her daughter Mary VanBuskirk was born on 2 February 1816 in Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Her son Marshall VanBuskirk was born on 18 May 1821 in Tuscarawas County, Ohio, USA.

Her father William Cree (of Jefferson Township PA) died on 6 April 1835 in Khedive, Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Her mother Jane Marshall died on 29 October 1839 in Khedive, Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Anne Elizabeth Cree died in May 1854 in Tuscarawas County, Ohio.

Children of Anne Elizabeth Cree and Nicholas VanBuskirk

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Catherine Cree

Female, CreeID#4403, (8 October 1788 - 7 November 1862)
ChartsBranch 20b. The William Cree branch of PA
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Jane Cree

Female, CreeID#4404, (28 March 1791 - 26 July 1866)
ChartsBranch 20b. The William Cree branch of PA
Her married name was Holder. Jane Cree was buried in Presby. Cemetery, Jefferson, Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA. She was born on 28 March 1791 in Khedive, Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA. She was the daughter of William Cree (of Jefferson Township PA) and Jane Marshall.

Jane Cree married Abraham Holder on 25 December 1811 in Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Her daughter Margaret Holder was born on 31 December 1819.

Her son William Holder was born on 15 May 1822.

Her daughter Elizabeth Jane Holder was born on 11 October 1823.

Her son Thomas Jefferson Holder was born on 27 July 1825.

Her daughter Catherine Holder was born c 1827.

Her son Abraham T. Holder was born in February 1830.

Her father William Cree (of Jefferson Township PA) died on 6 April 1835 in Khedive, Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Her mother Jane Marshall died on 29 October 1839 in Khedive, Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Her husband Abraham Holder died on 9 January 1846 in Clarksville, Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Jane Cree died on 26 July 1866 in Clarksville, Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Children of Jane Cree and Abraham Holder

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John Cree

Male, CreeID#4405, (5 August 1794 - 18 February 1864)
ChartsBranch 20b. The William Cree branch of PA

Children of John Cree and Ruth Morrison

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William Cree Jr

Male, CreeID#4406, (18 May 1796 - 5 November 1871)
ChartsBranch 20b. The William Cree branch of PA
William Cree Jr was born on 18 May 1796 in Khedive, Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA. William Cree, the first member of this family about whom we have definite information, was born in an old stone house, still preserved, in Jefferson township, Greene county, Pennsylvania, May 18 1796, and died November 5, 1871. He was of Irish lineage, and was among the pioneer farmers of the region...1 He was the son of William Cree (of Jefferson Township PA) and Jane Marshall.

William Cree Jr married Anne DeFrance, daughter of John DeFrance, c 1819.2

His son William J. Cree was born on 8 March 1820 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA.

His daughter Jane Cree was born on 24 April 1822 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

His son John Cree was born on 8 August 1824 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

His daughter Mary Cree was born on 27 May 1827 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

His daughter Catherine Cree was born on 15 July 1829 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

His daughter Eliza Cree was born on 13 October 1831 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

His son Samuel Cree was born on 27 July 1833 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

His father William Cree (of Jefferson Township PA) died on 6 April 1835 in Khedive, Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

His son Allison Cree was born on 17 February 1836 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

His son Joseph Marshall Cree was born on 24 March 1838 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

His mother Jane Marshall died on 29 October 1839 in Khedive, Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

His son Hugh DeFrance Cree was born on 11 September 1840 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

His son Henry Clay Cree was born on 21 October 1842 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

His son Alexander D. Cree was born on 22 November 1845 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

William Cree Jr died on 5 November 1871 in Khedive, Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania. He was buried in the family cemetery, Khedive, Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Children of William Cree Jr and Anne DeFrance

References

  1. [S530] John Woolf Jordan, Genealogical and Personal History of Fayette and Greene Counties, Pennsylvania, Volume 3 (Fayette County PA: Lewis historical publishing company, 1912), p 825.
  2. [S341] Dennis Ohl, Dennis Ohl Papers ((priv.), 2010).
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William Kincaid

Male, CreeID#4407, (1779 - 1843)
ChartsBranch 20b. The William Cree branch of PA
William Kincaid was born in 1779.

His daughter Jane Kincaid was born in 1801.

His daughter Jane Kincaid died on 21 October 1839.

William Kincaid died in 1843 in Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Child of William Kincaid and Mary Cree

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James Gwynn

Male, CreeID#4408, (8 November 1793 - 18 May 1866)
ChartsBranch 20b. The William Cree branch of PA
James Gwynn was buried in the William Cree family cemetery, Khedive, Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA. He was born on 8 November 1793.

His son Marshall Gwynn was born on 9 March 1826 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA.

James Gwynn died on 18 May 1866 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Child of James Gwynn and Esther Cree

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Nicholas VanBuskirk

Male, CreeID#4409, (1781 - 1828)
ChartsBranch 20b. The William Cree branch of PA
His daughter Ann Elizabeth VanBuskirk was born UNKNOWN.

His son William VanBuskirk was born UNKNOWN.

His son Johnson VanBuskirk was born UNKNOWN.

His daughter Sarah VanBuskirk was born date unknown.

His daughter Jane VanBuskirk was born date unknown.

His son Lawrence VanBuskirk was born date unknown.

His daughter Susanna VanBuskirk was born date unknown. Nicholas VanBuskirk was born in 1781 in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, USA. He was the son of Lawrence Van Buskirk and Catherine Johnson.

His daughter Catherine VanBuskirk was born on 7 January 1810 in Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA.

His daughter Mary VanBuskirk was born on 2 February 1816 in Greene County, Pennsylvania.

His son Marshall VanBuskirk was born on 18 May 1821 in Tuscarawas County, Ohio, USA.

Nicholas VanBuskirk died in 1828 in Tuscarawas County, Ohio.

Children of Nicholas VanBuskirk and Anne Elizabeth Cree

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Abraham Holder

Male, CreeID#4411, (c 1782 - 9 January 1846)
ChartsBranch 20b. The William Cree branch of PA
Abraham Holder was born c 1782 in Virginia, USA.

Abraham Holder married Jane Cree, daughter of William Cree (of Jefferson Township PA) and Jane Marshall, on 25 December 1811 in Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA.

His daughter Margaret Holder was born on 31 December 1819.

His son William Holder was born on 15 May 1822.

His daughter Elizabeth Jane Holder was born on 11 October 1823.

His son Thomas Jefferson Holder was born on 27 July 1825.

His daughter Catherine Holder was born c 1827.

His son Abraham T. Holder was born in February 1830.

Abraham Holder died on 9 January 1846 in Clarksville, Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Children of Abraham Holder and Jane Cree

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Margaret Holder

Female, CreeID#4412, (31 December 1819 - UNKNOWN)
ChartsBranch 20b. The William Cree branch of PA
Margaret Holder died UNKNOWN. She was born on 31 December 1819. She was the daughter of Abraham Holder and Jane Cree.
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William Holder

Male, CreeID#4413, (15 May 1822 - 15 January 1901)
ChartsBranch 20b. The William Cree branch of PA
William Holder was born on 15 May 1822. He was the son of Abraham Holder and Jane Cree.

His father Abraham Holder died on 9 January 1846 in Clarksville, Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA.

His mother Jane Cree died on 26 July 1866 in Clarksville, Greene County, Pennsylvania.

William Holder died on 15 January 1901.
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Elizabeth Jane Holder

Female, CreeID#4414, (11 October 1823 - 13 March 1882)
ChartsBranch 20b. The William Cree branch of PA
Elizabeth Jane Holder was born on 11 October 1823. She was the daughter of Abraham Holder and Jane Cree.

Her father Abraham Holder died on 9 January 1846 in Clarksville, Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Her mother Jane Cree died on 26 July 1866 in Clarksville, Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Elizabeth Jane Holder died on 13 March 1882.
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Thomas Jefferson Holder

Male, CreeID#4415, (27 July 1825 - 30 June 1895)
ChartsBranch 20b. The William Cree branch of PA
Thomas Jefferson Holder was born on 27 July 1825. He was the son of Abraham Holder and Jane Cree.

His father Abraham Holder died on 9 January 1846 in Clarksville, Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA.

His mother Jane Cree died on 26 July 1866 in Clarksville, Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Thomas Jefferson Holder died on 30 June 1895.
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Catherine Holder

Female, CreeID#4416, (c 1827 - UNKNOWN)
ChartsBranch 20b. The William Cree branch of PA
Catherine Holder died UNKNOWN. She was born c 1827. She was the daughter of Abraham Holder and Jane Cree.
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Abraham T. Holder

Male, CreeID#4417, (February 1830 - UNKNOWN)
ChartsBranch 20b. The William Cree branch of PA
Abraham T. Holder died UNKNOWN. He was born in February 1830. He was the son of Abraham Holder and Jane Cree.
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Ruth Morrison

Female, CreeID#4418, (1797 - 27 January 1861)
ChartsBranch 20b. The William Cree branch of PA
Ruth Morrison was born in 1797.

Her son William Cree was born in 1826 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Her daughter Elizabeth Cree was born in 1828 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Her daughter Catherine Cree was born on 6 September 1831 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Her son John Cree Jr was born in 1835 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Her daughter Elizabeth Cree died c 1848 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Her son William Cree died in 1854 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Her daughter Catherine Cree died on 2 September 1860 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Ruth Morrison died on 27 January 1861 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Children of Ruth Morrison and John Cree

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Anne DeFrance

Female, CreeID#4419, (25 April 1802 - 23 November 1875)
ChartsBranch 20b. The William Cree branch of PA
Anne DeFrance was also known as Mary Anne DeFrance. While some sources show her name to be "Mary Anne DeFrance", I think she is more correctly referred to as "Anne DeFrance", as I have never seen the name "Mary Anne" used in any official record. Examples in which the name "Anne" is used: her father's Will, her husband's Will, her gravestone, the family Bible (consistently refers to births of children of Will and Anne Cree). [RHC]1 She was born on 25 April 1802 in Claysville, Washington County, Pennsylvania, USA. She was the daughter of John DeFrance.

Anne DeFrance married William Cree Jr, son of William Cree (of Jefferson Township PA) and Jane Marshall, c 1819.1

Her son William J. Cree was born on 8 March 1820 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Her daughter Jane Cree was born on 24 April 1822 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Her son John Cree was born on 8 August 1824 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Her daughter Mary Cree was born on 27 May 1827 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Her daughter Catherine Cree was born on 15 July 1829 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Her daughter Eliza Cree was born on 13 October 1831 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Her son Samuel Cree was born on 27 July 1833 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Her son Allison Cree was born on 17 February 1836 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Her son Joseph Marshall Cree was born on 24 March 1838 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Her son Hugh DeFrance Cree was born on 11 September 1840 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Her son Henry Clay Cree was born on 21 October 1842 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Her son Alexander D. Cree was born on 22 November 1845 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Her husband William Cree Jr died on 5 November 1871 in Khedive, Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Her son William J. Cree died on 31 January 1875 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Anne DeFrance died on 23 November 1875 in Khedive, Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania. She was buried in the Willam Cree family cemetery, Khedive, Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Children of Anne DeFrance and William Cree Jr

References

  1. [S341] Dennis Ohl, Dennis Ohl Papers ((priv.), 2010).
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William Cree

Male, CreeID#4420, (1826 - 1854)
ChartsBranch 20b. The William Cree branch of PA
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Elizabeth Cree

Female, CreeID#4421, (1828 - c 1848)
ChartsBranch 20b. The William Cree branch of PA
Elizabeth Cree was buried in Glades Church Cem., Carmichaels, Pennsylvania, USA. She was born in 1828 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA. She was the daughter of John Cree and Ruth Morrison.

Elizabeth Cree died c 1848 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.
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Catherine Cree

Female, CreeID#4422, (6 September 1831 - 2 September 1860)
ChartsBranch 20b. The William Cree branch of PA
Her married name was Zimmerman. Catherine Cree was buried in Glades Church Cem., Carmichaels, Pennsylvania, USA. She was born on 6 September 1831 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA. She was the daughter of John Cree and Ruth Morrison.

Catherine Cree married Robert Zimmerman on 1 February 1855 in Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Catherine Cree died on 2 September 1860 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Family: Catherine Cree and Robert Zimmerman

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John Cree Jr

Male, CreeID#4423, (1835 - March 1863)
ChartsBranch 20b. The William Cree branch of PA

Child of John Cree Jr and Rachel Ingram

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William J. Cree

Male, CreeID#4424, (8 March 1820 - 31 January 1875)
ChartsBranch 20b. The William Cree branch of PA

Children of William J. Cree and Martha Phillips

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Jane Cree

Female, CreeID#4425, (24 April 1822 - 10 December 1910)
ChartsBranch 20b. The William Cree branch of PA
Jane Cree was buried in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA. She was born on 24 April 1822 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA. She was the daughter of William Cree Jr and Anne DeFrance.

Jane Cree married Jeremiah Schroy.

Her father William Cree Jr died on 5 November 1871 in Khedive, Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Her mother Anne DeFrance died on 23 November 1875 in Khedive, Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Jane Cree died on 10 December 1910 in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Family: Jane Cree and Jeremiah Schroy

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John Cree

Male, CreeID#4426, (8 August 1824 - 30 May 1893)
ChartsBranch 20b. The William Cree branch of PA
John Cree was buried in Oak Hill Cem., Colesburg, Delaware County, Iowa, USA.

John Cree John Cree was a plasterer by trade - He also taught school. He was born on 8 August 1824 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA. He was the son of William Cree Jr and Anne DeFrance.

John Cree married Mary Dollison on 15 November 1848 in Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA.

His daughter Sarah Jane Cree was born on 5 September 1849 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

His daughter Mary Elizabeth Cree was born on 13 July 1851 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

His daughter Nancy Anne Cree was born on 24 May 1854 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

His daughter Martha Leona Cree was born on 17 November 1856 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

His daughter Deborah Ellen Cree was born on 25 March 1859 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

His daughter Hannah Malissa Cree was born on 9 February 1862 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

His daughter Hannah Malissa Cree died on 6 June 1863 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

His daughter Julia Delphine Cree was born on 4 August 1864 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

His son William Wakefield Cree was born on 19 March 1867 in Colesburg, Delaware County, Iowa, USA.

His son John Calvin Cree was born on 25 April 1871 in Colesburg, Delaware County, Iowa.

His father William Cree Jr died on 5 November 1871 in Khedive, Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA.

His daughter Sarah Jane Cree died in 1872 in North Easton, Massachusetts, USA.

His mother Anne DeFrance died on 23 November 1875 in Khedive, Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

John Cree died on 30 May 1893 in Colesburg, Delaware County, Iowa.

Children of John Cree and Mary Dollison

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Mary Cree

Female, CreeID#4427, (27 May 1827 - 14 July 1898)
ChartsBranch 20b. The William Cree branch of PA
Mary Cree was buried in Hewitt Cem., Rices Landing, Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA. Her married name was Christopher. She was born on 27 May 1827 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA. She was the daughter of William Cree Jr and Anne DeFrance.

Mary Cree married John Christopher on 13 September 1847 in Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA. They had the following children:

Permelia Ann, born 26 Mar 1849,
Jasper, b. 18 Oct 1850,
William Newton, b. 10 Nov 1852,
Mary Elizabeth, b. 20 Dec 1854,
James Oliver, b. 28 Jan 1857,
George Washington, b. 20 Jul 1859,
Phoebe Jane, b. 25 Oct 1863 (who married William G Grooms on 18 Jan 1880, Khedive, Greene Co., PA) and
John Harvey, b. 4 May 1866.

(All had the surname Christopher.)

Her father William Cree Jr died on 5 November 1871 in Khedive, Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Her mother Anne DeFrance died on 23 November 1875 in Khedive, Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Mary Cree died on 14 July 1898 in Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Family: Mary Cree and John Christopher

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Catherine Cree

Female, CreeID#4428, (15 July 1829 - 1 May 1906)
ChartsBranch 20b. The William Cree branch of PA
Catherine Cree was buried in Jefferson, Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA. Her married name was Milliken. She was born on 15 July 1829 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA. She was the daughter of William Cree Jr and Anne DeFrance.

Catherine Cree married James Milliken on 18 September 1851 in Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Her daughter Eliza Jane Milliken was born in 1852.1

Her son John Stodgen Milliken was born in 1861 in Khedive, Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA.2

Her daughter Annie Ellen Milliken was born in 1865.

Her son Joseph Ellsworth Milliken was born in 1867.

Her daughter Henrietta Milliken was born on 17 July 1867.1

Her daughter Margaret Matilda Milliken was born in 1871.

Her father William Cree Jr died on 5 November 1871 in Khedive, Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Her mother Anne DeFrance died on 23 November 1875 in Khedive, Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Her husband James Milliken died on 25 September 1900 in Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Catherine Cree died on 1 May 1906 in Greene County, Pennsylvania.

References

  1. [S341] Dennis Ohl, Dennis Ohl Papers ((priv.), 2010).
  2. [S229] E-mail from Mike Milliken to Mike Spathaky, dated 19 Feb 2007.
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Eliza Cree

Female, CreeID#4429, (13 October 1831 - 15 February 1908)
ChartsBranch 20b. The William Cree branch of PA
Eliza Cree was buried in Moriarity, New Mexico, USA. Her married name was Schroy. She was born on 13 October 1831 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA. She was the daughter of William Cree Jr and Anne DeFrance.

Eliza Cree married Dezra Schroy on 7 February 1856 in Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Her son Harvey Woodruff Schroy was born on 8 July 1860.

Her daughter Emma Jane Schroy was born on 1 August 1869.

Her father William Cree Jr died on 5 November 1871 in Khedive, Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Her mother Anne DeFrance died on 23 November 1875 in Khedive, Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Eliza Cree died on 15 February 1908 in Moriarity, New Mexico.

Children of Eliza Cree and Dezra Schroy

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Samuel Cree

Male, CreeID#4430, (27 July 1833 - 2 May 1912)
ChartsBranch 20b. The William Cree branch of PA
INFORMATION FROM CIVIL WAR PENSION FILE

Samuel Cree

Born - 27 July 1833 at Greene County, Pa.
Died - 2 May 1912 at Toulon, Illinois
Buried - Toulon, Illinois
Married - (first wife)
Ruth Anne Christopher
Died - 30 September 1873 near Toulon, Illinois
Children (to first wife)
Miranda Delphine Cree born 30 December 1860
Sarah Nevada Cree born 30 August 1862
William John Cree born 13 May 1866
Lurena Cree born 22 August 1868
Francis M. Cree born 7 January 1871
Lewis Cree born 17 February 1873

Married -(second wife)
Mary A. Milliken on 10 February 1877 at Carmichaels, Pa.
Born - 16 March 1837 at Jefferson, Greene County, Pa.
Died - 25 February 1921 at Toulon, Illinois

Civil War Record
Enlisted - 16 July 1863 at Waynesburg, Pa.
Discharged - 8 July 1865 at Portsmouth, Rhode Island
Outfit - Company A, 76th Pa. Infantry
Rank - Private

Physical Description While In Service
Height - 6 ft. - 0 in.
Complexion - Fair
Eyes - Gray
Hair - Sandy

Places of Residence -
Knox County, Illinois (3 years)
Stark County, Illinois.
Samuel Cree was buried in Toulon, Stark County, Illinois, USA. He was born on 27 July 1833 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA. He was the son of William Cree Jr and Anne DeFrance.

Samuel Cree married Ruth Ellen Christopher on 12 January 1860 in Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA.

His daughter Miranda Delphine Cree was born on 30 December 1860 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

His daughter Sarah Nevada Cree was born on 30 August 1862 in Greene County, Pennsylvania.

His son William John Cree was born on 13 May 1866 in Lynn Twp., Knox County, Illinois, USA.

His daughter Lurena Cree was born on 22 August 1868 in Toulon, Stark County, Illinois.

His son Francis Marion Cree was born on 7 January 1870 in Stark County, Illinois, USA.1,2

His father William Cree Jr died on 5 November 1871 in Khedive, Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA.

His son Lewis Cree was born on 17 February 1873 in Stark County, Illinois.

His wife Ruth Ellen Christopher died on 29 September 1873 in Toulon, Stark County, Illinois.

His mother Anne DeFrance died on 23 November 1875 in Khedive, Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Samuel Cree married Mary Anne Milliken on 20 February 1877 in Carmichaels, Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Samuel Cree died on 2 May 1912 in Toulon, Stark County, Illinois.

Children of Samuel Cree and Ruth Ellen Christopher

Family: Samuel Cree and Mary Anne Milliken

References

  1. [S341] Dennis Ohl, Dennis Ohl Papers ((priv.), 2010), Dennis Ohl has 7 Jan 1871.
  2. [S316] Robert H Cree research files, 2006.
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Allison Cree

Male, CreeID#4431, (17 February 1836 - 31 December 1911)
ChartsBranch 20b. The William Cree branch of PA
Allison Cree was buried in Muddy Creek Presby. Cemetery, Khedive, Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA. He was born on 17 February 1836 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA. He was the son of William Cree Jr and Anne DeFrance.

Allison Cree married Mary Catherine Burnette on 25 September 1858 in Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA.

His daughter Anna Cree was born on 7 October 1860 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

His son Samuel Cree was born on 7 September 1862 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

His daughter Margaret Jane Cree was born on 28 February 1865 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

His father William Cree Jr died on 5 November 1871 in Khedive, Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA.

His mother Anne DeFrance died on 23 November 1875 in Khedive, Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

His daughter Alice Cree was born on 21 September 1880 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

His wife Mary Catherine Burnette died in 1908 in Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Allison Cree died on 31 December 1911 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Children of Allison Cree and Mary Catherine Burnette

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Joseph Marshall Cree

Male, CreeID#4432, (24 March 1838 - 1 June 1913)
ChartsBranch 20b. The William Cree branch of PA
Joseph Marshall Cree was buried in Galva, Ida County, Iowa, USA.

Joseph Marshall Cree The Story of how Joseph Marshall Cree and Henry Clay Cree migrated from Greene County, Pennsylvania, to Illinois

William Cree, Jr. and his wife, Mary Anne DeFrance, lived on the family homestead that William Cree, Sr. had established in Jefferson Township, Greene County, Pa. Here they raised a family of eight boys and four girls. Five of these sons served in the Union armies during the Civil War.

The area where the Crees lived in Greene County was only a dozen or so miles from the Virginia (later West Virginia) state line and many of the people living in this area during the Civil War years were Southern sympathizers, with some of the neighborhood boys even serving in the Confederate army. This situation naturally split the people of the community into two factions, with members of one side expressing great feelings of bitterness towards members of the other one. This feeling not only existed during the War but apparently it existed for many years afterwards.

It seems that the local blacksmith shop near the Cree home at Khedive, Greene County, was a popular gathering place for the young men of the community and that after the war, many of the fellows who had just returned from service spent a great amount of their time there, renewing old friendships and no doubt telling tall tales about their experiences on the battlefields of the war. During one of these gatherings, a young fellow by the name of Murdock, who had served in the Confederate Army, happened to come to the blacksmith shop and a violent argument broke out between he and the boys who had served for the Union. At least two of the Cree brothers were involved in the argument which became so heated that a fight broke out between Murdock and the Crees. During the course of the fight, young Murdock was beaten unconscious and was in such bad shape that he was thought to be dead or dying. The two Cree brothers, Joseph M. and Henry C., thinking Murdock to be dead, hurried home, packed all of their belongings on their horses, bade farewell to their family and as soon as it was dark, they took off with all haste for the West. They traveled through the states of Ohio and Indiana and on westward until they finally arrived in Knox County, Illinois where their brother Samuel and his wife had settled some years before.

Evidently quite some time passed before they contacted their family members back home in Pennsylvania. Fortunately they found out that Murdock had not died after all but had recovered fully from his injuries. They were no longer fugitives as they had thought. Apparently both of these brothers were quite content to remain in Illinois and in a short time they both married and settled down. Joseph Cree married Phoebe Christopher, sister of his brother Samuel's wife. Phoebe Christopher had left her home in Pennsylvania to live with her sister Ruth in Illinois while Samuel was serving in the Civil War.

In later years, another brother, Hugh D. Cree, joined his brothers in Illinois and settled in the same area. One brother of the Christopher sisters and Simeon Cree, nephew of Joseph and Henry, also left Pennsylvania and established homes near those of their relatives in Illinois.


CIVIL WAR PENSION RECORDS OF JOSEPH MARSHALL CREE

Born - 24 March 1838 in Greene County, PA
Died - 1 June 1913 at Los Angeles, CA of nephritis
Buried - 7 June 1913 at Galva, Iowa
Married - First wife
Phoebe Christopher at Knox County, IL on 4 July 1866
Born - 25 August 1843 in Greene County, PA
Died - 26 February 1896 at Galva, Iowa
Buried - Galva, Iowa
Married - Second wife
Florence Leta Miller at Manchester, IA on 16 July 1923
Born - 6 February 1875 (note- she was younger than his three daus.)
She remarried Matthew E. Kelly on 16 July 1923
Children to first wife -
Mary Ellen Cree
Born - 25 November 1867
Married - Crawley ?
Lenora Cree
Born - 31 December 1869
Married - Dr. D.W. Farnsworth
Elizabeth Jane Cree
Born - 17 August 1873
Married - Clinton P. Davis

WAR RECORD

Enlisted - 13 August 1861 at Harrisburg, Pa.
Discharged - 9 September 1864 at Philadelphia, Pa.
Outfit - Company F, 1st. Penna. Cavalry
Rank - Corporal

Physical description while in service -
Height - 6 ft,1-1/2 inches
Complexion - Fair
Eyes - Blue
Hair - Light

Places of residence -
Greene County, Pa.
Galva, IL
Galva, Iowa
Los Angeles, CA.

The story of how Henry C Cree and Joseph Marshall Cree migrated from Greene County, Pennsylvania, to Stark County, Illinois

William Cree, Jr. and his wife, Mary Anne DeFrance, lived on the family homestead that William Cree, Sr. had established in Jefferson Township, Greene County, Pa. Here they raised a family of eight boys and four girls. Five of these sons served with the Union forces in the Civil War.

The area where the Crees lived in Greene County was only a dozen miles or so from the Virginia (later West Virginia) line and many of the people living in the area were southern sympathizers and a few of the neighborhood boys even served in the Confederate army. This situation naturally split the people of the community into two groups, each one expressing some feeling of bitterness toward the other one. This feeling not only existed during the war but for many years after the war was over.

It seems that the blacksmith shop near the Cree homestead at Khedive, Greene County, was a popular gathering place for the young men of the community and that after the war, many of the fellows who had just returned from the service spent a great deal of their time there, renewing old friendships and no doubt telling tall tales about their exploits on the battlefields of the war. During one of these gatherings, a young fellow by the name of Murdock who had served in the Confederate army, happened to come to the blacksmith shop and a violent argument broke out between him and some of the boys who had fought for the Union. At least two of the Cree brothers were involved in the argument which apparently became so heated that a fight broke out between Murdock and the Crees. During the course of the fight, young Murdock was beaten unconscious and was in such bad shape that he was thought to be dead or dying. The two Cree brothers, Henry and Joseph, thinking Murdock to be dead, hurried home, packed their belongings on their horses, bade farewell to their family and as soon as it was dark, they took off for the West. They traveled through Ohio and Indiana and on westward until they finally arrived in Stark County, Illinois where their brother Samuel and his wife had settled sometime before.

Evidently sometime passed before the Cree brothers contacted their family back in Pennsylvania and happily they found out that Murdock had not died after all but had recovered from his injuries. They were no longer fugitives from justice as they had thought. Apparently both of the brothers were quite content to remain in Illinois and before long they had married and settled down in Stark County. Joseph Cree married Phoebe Christopher, sister of his brother Samuel's wife. Phoebe had left Pennsylvania to live with her sister Ruth in Illinois while Samuel was serving in the war.

In later years, another brother, Hugh D. Cree, also moved to the same area in Illinois where his other three brothers had settled. At least one brother of the Christopher sisters and Simeon Cree, a nephew of Samuel, Henry, Joseph and Hugh Cree left Pennsylvania and took up residence in Stark County.1 He was born on 24 March 1838 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA. He was the son of William Cree Jr and Anne DeFrance.

Joseph Marshall Cree married Phoebe Christopher on 4 July 1866 in Knox County, Illinois, USA.

His daughter Mary Ellen Cree was born on 25 November 1867 in Knox County, Illinois.

His daughter Leonora P. Cree was born on 31 December 1869 in Knox County, Illinois.

His father William Cree Jr died on 5 November 1871 in Khedive, Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA.

His daughter Elizabeth Jane Cree was born on 17 August 1873 in Knox County, Illinois.

His mother Anne DeFrance died on 23 November 1875 in Khedive, Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

His wife Phoebe Christopher died on 25 February 1896 in Galva, Ida County, Iowa.

Joseph Marshall Cree married Florence Leta Miller on 24 August 1899 in Manchester, Delaware County, Iowa, USA.

Joseph Marshall Cree died on 1 June 1913 in Los Angeles, California, USA.

Children of Joseph Marshall Cree and Phoebe Christopher

Family: Joseph Marshall Cree and Florence Leta Miller

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."
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Hugh DeFrance Cree

Male, CreeID#4433, (11 September 1840 - 21 April 1904)
ChartsBranch 20b. The William Cree branch of PA
Hugh DeFrance Cree was buried in Toulon, Stark County, Illinois, USA.

Biography of Hugh D. Cree as published in Bates 'Biographical History of Greene County Pennsylvania' - 1888

Hugh D. Cree, plasterer and contractor, was born in Greene County on September 11, 1840. He is a son of William and Anne (DeFrance) Cree, who were natives of Jefferson Township, and of French and Irish origins. Our subject's father, William Cree, was born in Greene County on May 18, 1796. By occupation, he was a farmer, and in religion a Presbyterian, in which church he was an elder. Mr. Cree's father was a farmer, who died November 5, 1871. His family consisted of twelve children - eight sons and four daughters. Their mother was born in Greene County in 1802 and died in 1875. Hugh grew up on the farm with his parents, attended the district school and chose farming as his business; but subsequently learned his present trade, which he pursued with more than ordinary success. He was married on April 26, 1862 to Mary Elizebeth, daughter of Isaiah and Nancy M. (Guseman) Dean, who were of Dutch descent. Mr. and Mrs. Cree have one child, a daughter - Elizabeth Anne, now wife of George B. Waychoff. Mr. Cree and wife are members of the Methodist Episcopal Church. In politics he is a Republican. In 1861 he enlisted as a member of Company F, First Pennsylvania Cavalry, and was discharged the same year for disability. His five brothers were all soldiers in the Union army, three of them serving from the beginning of the war until its close.

Mr. and Mrs. Hugh D. Cree moved from Jefferson Township, Greene County, Pa. to Toulon, Stark Co., Illinois in 1902



Information from Civil War Pension Record of Hugh D. Cree

Born - 11September 1840 in Greene County, Pa.
Died - 21 April 1904 at Toulon, Illinois of heart failure
Buried - Toulon, Stark County, Illinois
Married - Mary Elizebeth Dean on 26 April 1862
She died on 3 January 1934 at Tampa, Florida
Children -
Elizebeth Ann Cree
Born - 18 March 1863
Married - George B. Waychoff

War Record -
Enlisted - 16 August 1861 at Carmichaels, Greene County, Pa.
Discharged - 4 January 1862 at Fort Pierpont, Va.
Outfit - Co. F, 1st Penna. Cavalry
Rank - Private

Description while in service -
Height - 5 ft, 9 1/2 inches
Complexion - Fair
Hair - Light
Eyes - Blue. He was born on 11 September 1840 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA. He was the son of William Cree Jr and Anne DeFrance.

Hugh DeFrance Cree married Mary Elizabeth Dean on 26 April 1862 in Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA.

His daughter Elizabeth Ann Cree was born on 18 March 1863 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

His father William Cree Jr died on 5 November 1871 in Khedive, Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA.

His mother Anne DeFrance died on 23 November 1875 in Khedive, Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Hugh DeFrance Cree died on 21 April 1904 in Toulon, Stark County, Illinois.

Child of Hugh DeFrance Cree and Mary Elizabeth Dean

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Henry Clay Cree

Male, CreeID#4434, (21 October 1842 - 21 November 1923)
ChartsBranch 20b. The William Cree branch of PA
The story of how Henry C Cree and Joseph Marshall Cree migrated from Greene County, Pennsylvania, to Stark County, Illinois

William Cree, Jr. and his wife, Mary Anne DeFrance, lived on the family homestead that William Cree, Sr. had established in Jefferson Township, Greene County, Pa. Here they raised a family of eight boys and four girls. Five of these sons served with the Union forces in the Civil War.

The area where the Crees lived in Greene County was only a dozen miles or so from the Virginia (later West Virginia) line and many of the people living in the area were southern sympathizers and a few of the neighborhood boys even served in the Confederate army. This situation naturally split the people of the community into two groups, each one expressing some feeling of bitterness toward the other one. This feeling not only existed during the war but for many years after the war was over.

It seems that the blacksmith shop near the Cree homestead at Khedive, Greene County, was a popular gathering place for the young men of the community and that after the war, many of the fellows who had just returned from the service spent a great deal of their time there, renewing old friendships and no doubt telling tall tales about their exploits on the battlefields of the war. During one of these gatherings, a young fellow by the name of Murdock who had served in the Confederate army, happened to come to the blacksmith shop and a violent argument broke out between him and some of the boys who had fought for the Union. At least two of the Cree brothers were involved in the argument which apparently became so heated that a fight broke out between Murdock and the Crees. During the course of the fight, young Murdock was beaten unconscious and was in such bad shape that he was thought to be dead or dying. The two Cree brothers, Henry and Joseph, thinking Murdock to be dead, hurried home, packed their belongings on their horses, bade farewell to their family and as soon as it was dark, they took off for the West. They traveled through Ohio and Indiana and on westward until they finally arrived in Stark County, Illinois where their brother Samuel and his wife had settled sometime before.

Evidently sometime passed before the Cree brothers contacted their family back in Pennsylvania and happily they found out that Murdock had not died after all but had recovered from his injuries. They were no longer fugitives from justice as they had thought. Apparently both of the brothers were quite content to remain in Illinois and before long they had married and settled down in Stark County. Joseph Cree married Phoebe Christopher, sister of his brother Samuel's wife. Phoebe had left Pennsylvania to live with her sister Ruth in Illinois while Samuel was serving in the war.

In later years, another brother, Hugh D. Cree, also moved to the same area in Illinois where his other three brothers had settled. At least one brother of the Christopher sisters and Simeon Cree, a nephew of Samuel, Henry, Joseph and Hugh Cree left Pennsylvania and took up residence in Stark County.1

The story of how Henry C Cree and Joseph Marshall Cree left Greeene County, Pennsylvania, and settled in Stark County, Illinois.

William Cree, Jr. and his wife, Mary Anne DeFrance, lived on the family homestead that William Cree, Sr. had established in Jefferson Township, Greene County, Pa. Here they raised a family of eight boys and four girls. Five of these sons served with the Union forces in the Civil War.

The area where the Crees lived in Greene County was only a dozen miles or so from the Virginia (later West Virginia) line and many of the people living in the community were Southern sympathizers and some of the neighborhood boys even served in the Confederate army. This situation naturally split the people of the community into two groups, each one expressing some feeling of bitterness toward the other one. This feeling not only existed during the war but apparently for many years after the war was over.

It seems that the blacksmith shop near the Cree homestead at Khedive was a popular gathering place for the young men of the community and that after the war, many of the fellows who had recently returned from the service spent a great deal of their time there, renewing old friendships and no doubt telling tall tales about their exploits on the battle fields of the war. During one of these gatherings, a young fellow by the name of Murdock, who had served in the Confederate army, happened to come to the blacksmith shop and a violent argument broke out between him and some of the boys who had served for the Union. At least two of the Cree brothers were involved in the argument which apparently became so heated that a fight broke out between Murdock and the Crees. During the course of the fight, young Murdock was beaten unconscious and was in such bad shape that he was thought to be dead or dying. The two Cree brothers, Henry and Joseph, believing Murdock to be dead, hurried home, packed all of their belongings on their horses, bade farewell to their family and as soon as it was dark took off for the West. They traveled through Ohio and Indiana and on until eventually they arrived in Stark County, Illinois where their brother Samuel and his wife had settled several years before.

Evidently quite some time passed before the Cree brothers contacted their folks back in Greene County, Pa. and happily they found that Murdock had not died after all but had recovered from his injuries. They were no longer fugitives as they had thought. Both of these brothers were quite content to remain in Illinois and before long they both married and settled down on farms in the Stark County area. Henry married a local girl and Joseph married Phoebe Christopher who had left her home in Greene County, Pa. during the war to live with her sister Ruth while her husband, Samuel Cree, was in the service.

In later years, another brother, Hugh D. Cree, also moved to the same area in Illinois where his brothers had settled. At least one brother of the Christopher sisters and Simeon Cree, a nephew of the Cree brothers, also left Greene County and made their homes in Stark and Knox Counties, Illinois. Henry Clay Cree was buried in McClenahan Cem., Lafayette, Stark County, Illinois, USA. He was born on 21 October 1842 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA. He was the son of William Cree Jr and Anne DeFrance.

Henry Clay Cree married Margaret Lawson on 6 November 1869 in Toulon, Stark County, Illinois, USA.

His son William Henry Cree died in 1870 in Stark County, Illinois, USA.

His son William Henry Cree was born on 4 July 1870 in Stark County, Illinois.

His father William Cree Jr died on 5 November 1871 in Khedive, Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA.

His daughter Hester Anne Cree was born on 24 February 1873 in Stark County, Illinois.

His daughter Mary Jane Cree was born on 10 November 1874 in Stark County, Illinois.

His mother Anne DeFrance died on 23 November 1875 in Khedive, Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

His son Horace Chester Cree was born on 4 January 1877 in West Jersey Twp., Stark County, Illinois, USA.

His son Phillip Sheridan Cree was born on 9 April 1882 in Stark County, Illinois.

His son Horace Chester Cree died on 5 October 1919 in Donnellsville, Ohio, USA.

His wife Margaret Lawson died on 30 October 1919 in Lafayette, Stark County, Illinois, USA.

Henry Clay Cree died on 21 November 1923 in Lafayette, Stark County, Illinois.

Children of Henry Clay Cree and Margaret Lawson

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."
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Alexander D. Cree

Male, CreeID#4435, (22 November 1845 - 1 November 1925)
ChartsBranch 20b. The William Cree branch of PA
Alexander D. Cree was buried in Green Mount Cemetery, Waynesburg, Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA. Information, apparently from cemetery records. Some inividuals yet to be identified:

Green Mount Cemetery
Waynesburg, Greene County, Pennsylvania
Cree, Alexander D, b. 1845, d. 1925, Co. F. 85th PA Vol. Inf. (d. Nov 1,
1925, age 80y, and list him in Lot 36 *), Sec D Lot 37
Cree, Child, d. Apr 12, 1887, child of Ella *, Sec D Lot 37
Cree, Fannie L, b. Aug 10, 1869, d. Mar 1, 1944, s/w Wm I, (Frances *), Sec
F, Lot 7
Cree, James A, d. Apr 4, 1872, age 8m 4d, s/o Alexander D. & Rebecca Cree,
(Records list him in Lot 36 *), Sec D Lot 37
Cree, John Koebert, b. 1894, d. 1974, Pvt. WWI, 70th Spruce SQDN US Army,
Sec F, Lot 7
Cree, Rebecca, b. 1846, d. 1878 (Records list her in Lot 36 *), Sec D Lot 37
Cree, William I, b. Feb 8, 1873, d. May 4, 1942, s/w Fannie L, Sec F, Lot 7.1

A cryptic note says, "Co. F. 85th PA Vol. Inf."1

Alexander D. Cree Information from Alexander Cree's Civil War Pension File


Born - 22 November 1845 in Greene County, Pa.
Died - 1 November 1925 at U.S. Soldier's Home at Erie, Pa.
Married - (1st) Rebecca Barnes on 14 July 1866 at Jefferson, Pa.
Died - 22 March 1877
Children -
Ella Cree - born 24 August 1871
William Cree - born 8 February 1873
Lida May Cree - born 11 January 1876
Married - (2nd) Sarah M. Rice on 21 September 1877 at Rice's Landing, Pa.


War Record -
Enlisted - 29 August 1862
Discharged - 13 May 1865 at Philadelphia, Pa.
Outfit - Company F, 85th Penna. Volunteers
Rank - Private
Wounded - 16 August 1864 at Deep Run, Va.
Gunshot wound of left ankle

Description while in service
Height - 5 feet, 6 inches
Complexion - dark
Eyes - gray
Hair - dark. He was born on 22 November 1845 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA. He was the son of William Cree Jr and Anne DeFrance.

Alexander D. Cree married Rebecca Barnes on 14 July 1866 in Jefferson, Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA.

His son James A Cree was born on 31 July 1871.1

His daughter Ella Cree was born on 24 August 1871.

His father William Cree Jr died on 5 November 1871 in Khedive, Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA.

His son James A Cree died on 4 April 1872 in Green Mount Cemetery, Waynesburg, Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA.1

His son William Cree was born on 8 February 1873.

His mother Anne DeFrance died on 23 November 1875 in Khedive, Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

His daughter Lida May Cree was born on 11 January 1876.

His wife Rebecca Barnes died on 22 March 1877 in Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Alexander D. Cree married Sarah M. Rice on 21 September 1877 in Rice's Landing, Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Alexander D. Cree died on 1 November 1925 in U.S. Soldier's Home, Erie, Pennsylvania, USA.

Children of Alexander D. Cree and Rebecca Barnes

Family: Alexander D. Cree and Sarah M. Rice

References

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

Female, CreeID#4436, (6 September 1825 - 1919)
ChartsBranch 20b. The William Cree branch of PA
Her married name was Cree. Martha Phillips was buried in Muddy Creek Presby. Cemetery, Khedive, Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA. She was born on 6 September 1825. She was the daughter of Simeon Phillips and Elizabeth Worthington.

Martha Phillips married William J. Cree, son of William Cree Jr and Anne DeFrance, on 16 July 1843 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Her daughter Elizabeth Ann Cree was born on 20 August 1844 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Her son Levi Cree was born on 24 April 1846 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Her son Simeon Cree was born on 14 July 1848 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Her son George Washington Cree was born in 1850 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Her daughter Mary Jane Cree was born in 1853 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Her daughter Margaret Ellen Cree was born on 8 June 1859 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Her son William E. Cree was born on 9 April 1863 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Her daughter Sarah M. Cree was born on 4 November 1865 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Her father Simeon Phillips died on 20 April 1869 in Hanover Twp., Licking County, Ohio, USA.

Her husband William J. Cree died on 31 January 1875 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Lana May Cree was raised by her grandmother Martha Phillips Cree. Lana was the great-grandmother of Charmaine Gwynn. (Charmaine says she was raised by her grandparents but William E. Cree died in 1875 so this is not possible.)1

Her daughter Elizabeth Ann Cree died on 31 March 1882 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Her mother Elizabeth Worthington died on 16 November 1884.

Her son Levi Cree died on 18 January 1890 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Her son Simeon Cree died on 17 September 1894 in Knox County, Illinois, USA.

Her son George Washington Cree died on 16 April 1901 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Martha Phillips died in 1919 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Children of Martha Phillips and William J. Cree

References

  1. [S447] Posting on message board, by Charmaine Gwynn, 2 January 2006, http://genforum.genealogy.com/cree/messages/268.html, "My great grandmother Lana May Cree Gwynn was the daughter of Margaret Cree and one of the Morrises. Since she was illegitimate she never mentioned who her father might be and my aunt Sarah (her daughter) said it was a topic never to be discussed. Margaret went on to marry Marion Blaker and have a boatload of kids. My great grandma was raised by her grandparents William E. Cree and Martha Phillips Cree. My aunt Sarah was able to give me these names."
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Elizabeth Ann Cree

Female, CreeID#4437, (20 August 1844 - 31 March 1882)
ChartsBranch 20b. The William Cree branch of PA
Elizabeth Ann Cree was buried in Muddy Creek Presby. Cemetery, Khedive, Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA. She was born on 20 August 1844 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA. She was the daughter of William J. Cree and Martha Phillips.

Her father William J. Cree died on 31 January 1875 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Elizabeth Ann Cree died on 31 March 1882 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.
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Levi Cree

Male, CreeID#4438, (24 April 1846 - 18 January 1890)
ChartsBranch 20b. The William Cree branch of PA
According to Miss Eva Cree and Mrs. Laura Sharpnack, both elderly family members and residents of Khedive, Greene County, Pa., Levi Cree was seriously injured in a farm accident sometime after the birth of his daughter, Anna Laura Cree. As a result of this accident, he was an invalid for the remainder of his life. The four younger children were the illegitimate children of his wife, Hannah Jane (Bailey) Cree and John Milliken, who lived on the adjoining farm. Although they were not the children of Levi Cree, they were evidently adopted by him and were raised in the Cree household and were given the name of Cree. After the death of Levi Cree in 1890, Hannah Jane Cree and John Milliken were married. John Milliken was the son of James Milliken and Catherine Cree. The names of these children were Willam Franklin (Birdie) Cree, Mary Margaret Cree, Flora Cree and John Harvey Cree. Both Eva Cree and Laura Sharpnack were childhood friends and schoolmates of the four children of Hannah Jane Cree and John Milliken. Levi Cree was born on 24 April 1846 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA. He was the son of William J. Cree and Martha Phillips.

Levi Cree married Hannah Jane Baily on 15 December 1867.

His daughter Anna Laura Cree was born on 22 October 1868 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

His father William J. Cree died on 31 January 1875 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Levi Cree died on 18 January 1890 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania. He was buried in Muddy Creek Presby. Cemetery, Khedive, Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Child of Levi Cree and Hannah Jane Baily

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Simeon Cree

Male, CreeID#4439, (14 July 1848 - 17 September 1894)
ChartsBranch 20b. The William Cree branch of PA
Simeon Cree SUSPICIOUS AND UNUSUAL CIRCUMSTANCES SURROUNDING THE
DEATH OF SIMEON CREE OF KNOX COUNTY, ILLINOIS


Simeon Cree was found shot to death on the evening of September 17, 1894 in the barn on his farm near Lafayette, Illinois. Although the cause of death was officially listed as suicide, there has always been a certain amount of suspicion and controversy concerning the circumstances surrounding his death. As one elderly Cree descendant in Greene County, Pa. put it, the Cree relations back in Pennsylvania always felt that there was 'something fishy about Uncle Sim's death'.

Apparently, Simeon Cree had a very quick and violent temper. He was also purported to have been quite a 'ladies man' with a roving eye for various females in the community where he lived. Consequently, it was suggested that his death could very likely have been the work of a jealous husband or boy friend, or possibly the relative of one of these.

There is also one other strong but controversial possibility that he could have been murdered by one of his own family. The following is an item from the Galva, Illinois Weekly News, edition of September 20, 1894, page 5, column 5 :

'Last Monday evening, Simeon Cree, living about nine miles south of here, committed suicide by shooting himself twice in his right side with a rifle. Mr. Cree had had some trouble with his son that day, though nothing of a serious nature, but being a man of exciteable and ungovernable nature, he declared he would shoot the boy and went to the house to get his gun for that purpose but his wife and daughter prevented him from carrying out that threat. He seemed to brood over the matter during the day and in the evening after he had finished his chores, he took the gun to the barn and shot himself. The funeral occurred Monday from his late home with the Rev. A.J. Young officiating. Deceased was in his 47th year, was a native of Pennsylvania and had been a resident of the community here for many years. He was a very industrious and successful farmer and a most excellent neighbor, upright and honest in all of his dealings. He was married in 1872 to Miss Eva Lowe and she, along with seven of the eight children born to them, survive him.'

This newspaper item would seem to be self-explanatory. It mentions the 'ungovernable temper' of Simeon Cree and it further mentions the rather incredulous fact that he got his gun with the expressed intention of shooting his own son. It would not be unreasonable to assume that his own family would have been terrified of him and that as a last resort of self defense, brought on by the gun incident, he was killed either by his son or by his wife, or by both.

At any rate, it would seem unlikely that he committed suicide. According to the newspaper article, he was shot twice in the side with a rifle. This fact alone would cast some doubt on his having committed suicide. Furthermore, in discussing the death of Simeon Cree with present day family members, it seems that Henry C. Cree, who lived nearby, upon hearing of the shooting hurried to the Simeon Cree farm only to find that the body had been removed to the house by family members where it was washed and dressed in clean clothing. Also, by the time he arrived there, some one had cleaned up all blood and other possible evidence in the barn. Finally, the sheriff or other county law officers were either not notified or for some unexplained reason did not reach the Cree farm until the following day, by which time all evidence connected with the shooting had been removed.

We will never know all of the facts relating to the shooting and death of Simeon Cree but it would seem that even at this late date, there is more evidence to indicate foul play than there is to indicate suicide. He was buried in Lafayette Cemetery, Stark County, Illinois, USA. He was born on 14 July 1848 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA. He was the son of William J. Cree and Martha Phillips.

Simeon Cree married Eva Lillian Lowe in June 1872 in Cambridge, Illinois, USA.

His son Herbert R. Cree was born in 1873 in Stark County, Illinois, USA.

His father William J. Cree died on 31 January 1875 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

His daughter Lucy M. Cree was born in 1876 in Stark County, Illinois.

His daughter Maude Myrtle Cree was born on 16 June 1881 in Stark County, Illinois.

His daughter Martha A. Cree was born in 1884 in Knox County, Illinois, USA.

His daughter Amy F. Cree was born on 14 February 1887 in Knox County, Illinois.

His son Ralph H. Cree was born on 12 May 1889 in Knox County, Illinois.

His son Carl C. Cree was born on 12 May 1889 in Knox County, Illinois.

Simeon Cree died on 17 September 1894 in Knox County, Illinois.

Children of Simeon Cree and Eva Lillian Lowe

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George Washington Cree

Male, CreeID#4440, (1850 - 16 April 1901)
ChartsBranch 20b. The William Cree branch of PA
George Washington Cree was buried in Muddy Creek Presby. Cemetery, Khedive, Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA. He was born in 1850 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA. He was the son of William J. Cree and Martha Phillips.

His father William J. Cree died on 31 January 1875 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

His son Omie Francis Cree was born on 9 April 1881 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

George Washington Cree died on 16 April 1901 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Child of George Washington Cree and Anna Minerva Blaker

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Mary Jane Cree

Female, CreeID#4441, (1853 - 1926)
ChartsBranch 20b. The William Cree branch of PA

Child of Mary Jane Cree and Alexander Areford

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William E. Cree

Male, CreeID#4442, (9 April 1863 - 1948)
ChartsBranch 20b. The William Cree branch of PA
William E. Cree was buried in Muddy Creek Presby. Cemetery, Khedive, Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA. He was born on 9 April 1863 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA. He was the son of William J. Cree and Martha Phillips.

His father William J. Cree died on 31 January 1875 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

William E. Cree married M. Ella Blaker in 1881 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

His son William Harvey Cree was born on 21 October 1882 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

His wife M. Ella Blaker died in 1886 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

William E. Cree married Anna R. Eberhardt in 1890 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

His daughter Lena V Cree was born on 25 December 1894.1

His son John H Cree was born on 23 November 1897.1

His mother Martha Phillips died in 1919 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

His wife Anna R. Eberhardt died in 1932 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

William E. Cree died in 1948 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Child of William E. Cree and M. Ella Blaker

Children of William E. Cree and Anna R. Eberhardt

References

  1. [S341] Dennis Ohl, Dennis Ohl Papers ((priv.), 2010).
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Margaret Ellen Cree

Female, CreeID#4443, (8 June 1859 - 14 July 1930)
ChartsBranch 20b. The William Cree branch of PA
Margaret Ellen Cree was born on 8 June 1859 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA. She was the daughter of William J. Cree and Martha Phillips.

Her father William J. Cree died on 31 January 1875 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania. Margaret Ellen Cree and unnamed Morris were partners. My aunt Sarah believes he was Milton Morris.1,2

Her daughter Lana May Cree was born on 10 March 1877 in Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA.3

Margaret Ellen Cree married Francis Marion Blaker.4

Her son Jesse Florence Blaker was born on 22 July 1883 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Her daughter Lona L. Blaker was born in December 1884 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Her daughter Gertrude Z. Blaker was born on 12 January 1887 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Her son Ewing E. Blaker was born in 1889 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Her daughter Mary V. Blaker was born on 22 February 1892 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Her son William Earl Blaker was born in 1895 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Her daughter Ocie C. Blaker was born in June 1897 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Her son Francis Dennie Blaker was born on 25 February 1899 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Her son Oma Roy Blaker was born on 23 April 1904 in Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Her mother Martha Phillips died in 1919 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Margaret Ellen Cree died on 14 July 1930 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania. She was buried in Muddy Creek Presby. Cemetery, Khedive, Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Child of Margaret Ellen Cree and unnamed Morris

Children of Margaret Ellen Cree and Francis Marion Blaker

References

  1. [S447] Posting on message board, by Charmaine Gwynn, 2 January 2006, http://genforum.genealogy.com/cree/messages/268.html, "My great grandmother Lana May Cree Gwynn was the daughter of Margaret Cree and one of the Morrises."
  2. [S16] Personal communication, Email Charmagne Gwynn, 20 Dec 2005.
  3. [S310] Website Find a Grave web site (http://www.findagrave.com/), http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi, "Created by: Charmagne Gwynn
    Record added: Feb 06, 2010."
  4. [S447] Posting on message board, by Charmaine Gwynn, 2 January 2006, http://genforum.genealogy.com/cree/messages/268.html, "Margaret went on to marry Marion Blaker and have a boatload of kids."
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Sarah M. Cree

Female, CreeID#4444, (4 November 1865 - 28 March 1950)
ChartsBranch 20b. The William Cree branch of PA
Sarah M. Cree was buried in Muddy Creek Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Khedive, Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Sarah M. Cree was a dressmaker.1 She was born on 4 November 1865 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA. She was the daughter of William J. Cree and Martha Phillips.

Her father William J. Cree died on 31 January 1875 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Sarah M. Cree married James Harvey Yoders on 9 September 1882. Children of the marriage were Martha Viola "Ola" Yoders, born August 1883, and Ella Vesta Yoders, 23 September 1885, died 17 September 1886, age 11 months. Sarah had two further children, father unknown, but with surname Yoders: Lena Loreen born 18 August 1899 and Jacob Eugene born 17 September 1908.1

Her husband James Harvey Yoders died on 13 January 1887 in Green Mount Cemetery, Section 3, Waynesburg, Franklin Township, Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA.1

From December 1892 to March 1950 Sarah M. Cree was living in Khedive, Cumberland Township, Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA.1

Her mother Martha Phillips died in 1919 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Sarah M. Cree died on 28 March 1950 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Family: Sarah M. Cree and James Harvey Yoders

References

  1. [S309] Webpage Yoder Lineage (no longer on-line).
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Andrew Jackson Blaker

Male, CreeID#4445, (1833 - 1905)
Andrew Jackson Blaker was born in 1833.

Andrew Jackson Blaker died in 1905 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA.
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Hannah Jane Baily

Female, CreeID#4446, (21 April 1846 - 6 February 1923)
ChartsBranch 20b. The William Cree branch of PA (#1)
Branch 20b. The William Cree branch of PA (#2)
Her married name was Cree. Hannah Jane Baily was born on 21 April 1846 in Carmichaels, Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA.1

Hannah Jane Baily married Levi Cree, son of William J. Cree and Martha Phillips, on 15 December 1867.

Her daughter Anna Laura Cree was born on 22 October 1868 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Her son William Franklin Cree was born on 23 October 1882 in Khedive, Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Her daughter Mary Margaret Cree was born on 23 January 1884 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Her daughter Flora E. Cree was born on 28 September 1885 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Her son John Harvey Cree was born on 6 February 1888 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Her husband Levi Cree died on 18 January 1890 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Hannah Jane Baily married John Stodgen Milliken, son of James Milliken and Catherine Cree, after 18 January 1890.

Her daughter Mary Margaret Cree died in 1921 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Hannah Jane Baily died on 6 February 1923 in Khedive, Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA. "Mrs. Hannah J (John) Milliken died in Khedive on Tuesday, February 6, aged 76 years. Daughter of Rev and Mrs. E E Baily, member of Muddy Creek Presbyterian Church. First husband, Levi Cree, second husband, John Milliken. Children: Mrs. Florence E Dulaney at home, John H Cree of Khedive, Mrs Anna Cozard of Khedive, Frank Cree of Sunbury; a brother John Baily. Funeral Thursday, burial in Muddy Creek Cemetery."1,2 She was buried on 8 February 1923 in Muddy Creek Presby. Cemetery, Khedive, Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Child of Hannah Jane Baily and Levi Cree

Children of Hannah Jane Baily and John Stodgen Milliken

References

  1. [S229] E-mail from Mike Milliken to Mike Spathaky, dated 19 Feb 2007.
  2. [S230] Obituary of Mrs. Hannah J (John) Milliken in Waynesburg Republican, 8 Feb 1923, page 4.
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Eva Lillian Lowe

Female, CreeID#4447, (16 June 1851 - 28 April 1914)
ChartsBranch 20b. The William Cree branch of PA
Eva Lillian Lowe was buried in Lafayette Cemetery, Stark County, Illinois, USA. Her married name was Cree. She was born on 16 June 1851 in Wisconsin, USA.

Eva Lillian Lowe married Simeon Cree, son of William J. Cree and Martha Phillips, in June 1872 in Cambridge, Illinois, USA.

Her son Herbert R. Cree was born in 1873 in Stark County, Illinois, USA.

Her daughter Lucy M. Cree was born in 1876 in Stark County, Illinois.

Her daughter Maude Myrtle Cree was born on 16 June 1881 in Stark County, Illinois.

Her daughter Martha A. Cree was born in 1884 in Knox County, Illinois, USA.

Her daughter Amy F. Cree was born on 14 February 1887 in Knox County, Illinois.

Her son Ralph H. Cree was born on 12 May 1889 in Knox County, Illinois.

Her son Carl C. Cree was born on 12 May 1889 in Knox County, Illinois.

Her husband Simeon Cree died on 17 September 1894 in Knox County, Illinois.

Eva Lillian Lowe died on 28 April 1914 in Toulon, Stark County, Illinois, USA.

Children of Eva Lillian Lowe and Simeon Cree

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Anna Minerva Blaker

Female, CreeID#4448, (1850 - 1881)
ChartsBranch 20b. The William Cree branch of PA
Anna Minerva Blaker was buried in Muddy Creek Presby. Cemetery, Khedive, Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA. She was born in 1850.

Anna Minerva Blaker died in 1881 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Her son Omie Francis Cree was born on 9 April 1881 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Child of Anna Minerva Blaker and George Washington Cree

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Alexander Areford

Male, CreeID#4449, (1851 - 1941)
ChartsBranch 20b. The William Cree branch of PA
Alexander Areford was buried in Muddy Creek Presby. Cemetery, Khedive, Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA. He was born in 1851.

Alexander Areford married Mary Jane Cree, daughter of William J. Cree and Martha Phillips.

His son Thomas J. Areford was born on 23 April 1881 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA.

His wife Mary Jane Cree died in 1926 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Alexander Areford died in 1941 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Child of Alexander Areford and Mary Jane Cree

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Francis Marion Blaker

Male, CreeID#4450, (21 May 1858 - 16 June 1943)
ChartsBranch 20b. The William Cree branch of PA
Francis Marion Blaker was buried in Muddy Creek Presby. Cemetery, Khedive, Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA. He was born on 21 May 1858 in Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Francis Marion Blaker married Margaret Ellen Cree, daughter of William J. Cree and Martha Phillips.1

His son Jesse Florence Blaker was born on 22 July 1883 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA.

His daughter Lona L. Blaker was born in December 1884 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

His daughter Gertrude Z. Blaker was born on 12 January 1887 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

His son Ewing E. Blaker was born in 1889 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

His daughter Mary V. Blaker was born on 22 February 1892 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

His son William Earl Blaker was born in 1895 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

His daughter Ocie C. Blaker was born in June 1897 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

His son Francis Dennie Blaker was born on 25 February 1899 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

His son Oma Roy Blaker was born on 23 April 1904 in Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Francis Marion Blaker died on 16 June 1943 in Jefferson Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Children of Francis Marion Blaker and Margaret Ellen Cree

References

  1. [S447] Posting on message board, by Charmaine Gwynn, 2 January 2006, http://genforum.genealogy.com/cree/messages/268.html, "Margaret went on to marry Marion Blaker and have a boatload of kids."
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