Craig family photos

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A photo of Sandy Miller, Cree Craig & Kelli Eggers on KPLR 11, 1997
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c. 1960 - Oct 19, 2018
Added Dec 2, 2019 by: Dwayne Pounds
Dwayne Pounds
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A photo of Sandy Miller & Cree Craig, 1997
People in this photo:
Unknown - Unknown
Added Dec 2, 2019 by: Dwayne Pounds
Dwayne Pounds
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A photo of Stanley G Craig
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Dec 30, 1917 - Oct 28, 2010
Added Nov 25, 2019 by: Rita Meyers
Rita Meyers
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A photo of Cree Craig, Kelli Eggers, Mark Ferree & Rich Gould
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c. 1960 - Oct 19, 2018
Added Oct 23, 2019 by: Dwayne Pounds
Dwayne Pounds
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A photo of Cree Craig & Sandy Miller
People in this photo:
Unknown - Unknown
Added Oct 23, 2019 by: Dwayne Pounds
Dwayne Pounds
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A photo of Cree Craig
People in this photo:
Unknown - Unknown
Added Oct 23, 2019 by: Dwayne Pounds
Dwayne Pounds
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A photo of Cree Craig
People in this photo:
Unknown - Unknown
Added Oct 23, 2019 by: Dwayne Pounds
Dwayne Pounds
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A photo of Nancy Walker with her husband David Craig (1923-1998). They had a long and happy marriage, and a daughter Miranda Craig (6-30-53 8-24-2000)
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Mar 12, 1923 - Aug 29, 1998
Added Nov 13, 2018 by: Amanda S. Stevenson
Amanda S. Stevenson
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A photo of Wanda Kay Craig
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Sep 5, 1945 - Aug 3, 2000
Added Feb 24, 2018 by: Angelique Chamberlain
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A photo of William Hg Craig
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1916 - Feb 11, 1990
Added Feb 24, 2018 by: Angelique Chamberlain
My Great Grandmother's name was Lula Engleton. Lula Engleton's daughter was Elymira Craig. Elymira Craig had a son named Tommie Craig who was my father.
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c. 1960 - Unknown
Added Jun 11, 2017 by: Patricia Craig-Amorello
A photo of the back of the photo of the Choctaw School Clark County Illinois 1913-1914 NAMES FOR THE MATCHING PICTURE
Added Oct 28, 2016 by: Angie Hopkins
Angie Hopkins
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A photo of the Choctaw School Clark County Illinois 1913-1914. See additional picture of the back of this picture - it contains all then names
Added Oct 28, 2016 by: Angie Hopkins
Angie Hopkins
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A photo of the wife of Willis Craig.
Added Jul 6, 2016 by: Brenda Lewis
Brenda Lewis
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A photo of J. P. Craig. We knew him as Ciusin JP, he was always around the Bolin family.
People in this photo:
Unknown - Unknown
Added Jul 6, 2016 by: Brenda Lewis
Brenda Lewis
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A photo of one of Noah Craig's daughters.
Added Jul 6, 2016 by: Brenda Lewis
Brenda Lewis
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A photo of one of Noah Craig's daughters.
Added Jul 6, 2016 by: Brenda Lewis
Brenda Lewis
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A photo of the grave of Precilla Timmons Craig. Precilla Timmons married Leroy Craig and lived in Depew, Oklahoma
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Added Jul 6, 2016 by: Brenda Lewis
Brenda Lewis
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A photo of the grave of Lewis Craig. Buried at Baliey's Cemetery in Depew, Oklahoma. This is Noah Craig's oldest brother.
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Unknown - Unknown
Added Jul 6, 2016 by: Brenda Lewis
Brenda Lewis
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A photo of Aunt Honey Craig. This is one of Noah Craig's daughters
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Unknown - Unknown
Added Jul 6, 2016 by: Brenda Lewis
Brenda Lewis
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A photo of Robert Edwards, who married one of Willis Craig's daughters - Myrtle Edwards Stewart's husband
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Unknown - Unknown
Added Jun 24, 2016 by: Brenda Lewis
Brenda Lewis
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A photo of the daughters of Noah and Lula (Smith) Craig. I no Sedalia (Craig) Jefferson is the darker one.
People in this photo:
Unknown - Unknown
Added Jun 24, 2016 by: Brenda Lewis
Brenda Lewis
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A photo of the obituary of Sadelia (Craig) Jefferson
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Unknown - Unknown
Added Mar 17, 2015 by: Brenda Lewis
Brenda Lewis
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A photo of Sadelia (Craig) Jefferson
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Unknown - Unknown
Added Mar 17, 2015 by: Brenda Lewis
Brenda Lewis
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This is my great grandfather Capp Jefferson born June 1, 1877 outside of Smithville, Texas. Around 1899 he found his way to Oklahoma City, where he made his home for over 40 years. He met my great grandmother Sedalia Criag from Neosha, Kansas and they married and had Helen Jefferson (Bolin) in 1904 of January. Helen Bolin was my grandmother. Also to this reunion of Capp & Sedalia Jefferson was Ruth Jefferson (Lee), Hazel Jefferson (Gains), Orlanda Jefferson(Bennett), Branch Bruce Jefferson and Selcuta Jefferson (Billingslea). They"'re were other children like Tobe Capp Jefferson who lived 1 year and is currently buried at Bailey's Cemetery in Depew, Ok, and daughter Fern Jefferson and Pocahontas Jefferson all of Oklahoma City except 1 daughter who I think is Ruth who was from Detroit. Capo Jefferson came to Oklahoma City and begun building a small modest empire for a Black man in 1900"s. It is unknown where he got money from to invest in property, oil & gas, mineral rights. Capo Jefferson also wrote poetry, in which one was read at Booker T. Washington's home going. He also had any poems written in the Black Dispatch Newspaper owned by Roscoe Dungee. Capp Jefferson divorced Sedalia and later married Penniah Marie Roebuck possibly from Detoit, Michigan where they moved to around 1942 there bouts. Great grandpa's Capp seem to be concerned for the future of his race because he wrote about racial equality and ran for Republican office twice but lost. Great grandpaw"s poem's are geared toward his race. I found a few things like the Agnes Smith Oil well and the Jefferson Oil Well, among many other investments. He had business dealings with many Oklahomans of that time but alas I'm just getting to this part in my research. I am Brenda C. Lewis & can be contacted at Brendadalewis56.bl@gmail.com.
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Jun 1, 1877 - Unknown
Added Dec 17, 2014 by: Brenda Lewis
Brenda Lewis
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Photos of the 1956 Kodiak Naval Station High School graduates, Alaska
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Unknown - Unknown
Added Nov 23, 2014 by: Garold Prouty
Garold Prouty
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A photo of Savannah Rose Craig (Crocker)
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Jun 9, 1993 - Unknown
Added Oct 11, 2014 by: Savannah Crocker
Savannah Crocker
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A photo of Elsa Lajes, my beautiful grandmother.
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Oct 4, 1934 - Dec 19, 1989
Added Aug 14, 2014 by: Jade Lopez
Jade Lopez
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Left to Right: Eli, George, Israel, Charles. Front row: Lydia Shirar Harrison, George Washington Shirar and Susana Craig Shirar, and Mary Jane Shirar Arion
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Unknown - Unknown
Added Mar 27, 2014 by: Aylaeh Cline
Aylaeh Cline
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Lois schiller, age 11
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Jan 1, 1943 - Dec 28, 2009
Added Mar 18, 2014 by: Judy Henderson
Judy Henderson
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A photo of Madgie Naomer "Omer" Jacobs
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Jul 4, 1886 - Nov 17, 1930
Added Sep 21, 2013 by: Shirley Long
Shirley Long
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A photo of Madgie Naomer "Omer" Jacobs
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Jul 4, 1886 - Nov 17, 1930
Added Sep 21, 2013 by: Shirley Long
Shirley Long
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Gertrude, William Fournier and Olive (Fournier) Craig: Children of Francois K. Fournier and Delvina K. Demars; Gertrude, William and Olive (Fournier) Craig
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Added Sep 19, 2013 by: Barb Fisette
Barb Fisette
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Left, Marie L. (Ruff) Craig, B Sep 12, 1912, D Feb 13, 2002. Middle, Helen Richards, ?. Right, Majorie Ruff, B Mar 20, 1911, D Sep 16, 2001. Seated, Beatrice Snider, ?. Photo dated 1925 + -.
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Sep 12, 1912 - Feb 13, 2002
Added Aug 21, 2013 by: Thomas Craig
Thomas Craig
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A photo of Geraldine (Lord) Craig
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Unknown - Unknown
Added Mar 1, 2013 by: Denise Zarco
Denise Zarco
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Graduating seniors from Galileo High School's 1932 class in San Francisco, California.
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Unknown - Unknown
Added Oct 3, 2011 by: Pam Marks
Pam Marks
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Handwritten on back: "J. Frank Craig". No dates or location. Photo found in an antique store. I am not related to the subjects in the photo.
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Unknown - Unknown
Added Sep 26, 2011 by: Pam Marks
Pam Marks
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A photo of (Left to right): Senator Alva Adams, Colorado; Senator Harry Truman, Missouri; Senator Carl A. Hatch, New Mexico; and Gen. Craig at an Alfalfa Club gathering. Chief of Staff Malin Craig handling the business end of the street organ grinding out the tunes of "Rosie Grady" and "Sidewalks of New York" as he frolicked with members of Congress and other high government officials at the annual outing of the Alfalfa club . The Alfalfa Club was founded in 1913 to celebrate the birthday of Robert E Lee. It meets only the last Saturday of January and many Presidents and influential politicians are still members (including both Presidents Bush.) Photo courtesy of the Library of Congress, Harris & Ewing, photographer
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Our farm was 200 acres, the original owners of the farm being the Linnen family, who were loyalists. When the farm was bought in 1949 for my parents by my maternal grandparents, abut half was a mix of hay fields, pastures, gardens and an orchard, the other half, was forest, swamps and sand pits.. It was long and narrow, crossing three side roads.In 1956 a year after the fire, and rebuilding, of the house, another tragedy struck in the winter. Wet heavy March snowstorms had piled too much snow on the barn. The roof of the stables collapsed onto the stable killing the horses. The dairy cows had been moved that fall to a separate stable created in the other part of the barn, because of government regulations that stated that cows could not be kept with other livestock, so they were all safe. Besides the dairy cattle we grew abut an acre each of potatoes, raspberries and strawberries for sale. For a time the sand pit was mined by a sand and gravel company for use on the 401. On the farm we had an old Model T car cut down, that was used as a truck nick named “The Puddle Jumper” which was used to haul wood from the bushes, until it broke down for good. After the horses were gone, we used a tractor on the farm and old Cockshutt”. During the summer we were kept busy in the garden, planting, pulling weeds, hoeing the potatoes, and picking potato bugs off the leaves of the potato plants, and putting them in cans that had coal oil in them. Then there was the more enjoyable job of picking berries. Our grandmother paid us 2 cents per pint picked, which we saved to spend at the Spencerville fair.
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c. 1919 - Unknown
Added May 18, 2010 by: Patricia Lackey
Patricia Lackey
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Can anyone identify the people in this picture.James is second from left with Ed's hand on his shoulder.
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c. January 1900 - Unknown
Added Nov 12, 2007 by: Cathy Bates
Cathy Bates
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