[Conerly.FTW]spouse: Surrency, Elizabeth (1838 - 1927)
Census listing 1870 Bradford Co., FL, PO Sanderson, 21st June 1870, Page243
Conley, William 41 M W Carpenter SC
Elizabeth 31 F W Keeping House GA
Clemmintine 9 F W GA
Catharine 8 F W GA
Melton 7 M W FL
Adaline 1 F W FL
[Alachua3.GED]spouse: Hague, Lewis Caspar (1885 - )
BURIAL: Source Evergreen Cem database, internet, also list ed is SadieR. Hague, b 27 Jun 1895, d 23 Apr 1949
[Alachua3.GED]spouse: Hague, William Campbell (1861 - 1934)
BIRTH: Source, Newnansville Cem
1910 ALACHUA FLA CENSUS-AGE 46 FLA 5 CHILDREN-4 LIVING
DEATH: Source, Newnansville Cem
[Alachua3.GED]spouse: Hague, Miriam E. (1882 - 1956)
[Alaucha2.FTW]spouse: Dubois, Lucy (1785 - 1850)
Alexander Crews moved to Camden County, Georgia from South Carolina. Heserved in Capt. Daniel N. Cone's company of Camden County militia in theIndian was in 1838. The Crews homestead was originally in Camden Countynear
Winokur but was placed in Charlton County in 1854 when that county wascreated out of Camden County. since 1923 it has been in BrantleyCounty. Mr. Crews died about 1848 and his wife died sevral years later.They were buried
on a 'Buffalo' west of where Winokur is now, back of the Jim Hickoxplace, according to his grandson, the late Bryant Crews of Ware Co.(Bryant L. Collier FTW)
Info from: Judy Crabb Roberts-Oxford, Fla.- J2ROBERTS@@aol.com
Alexander Crews was the forefather of most of the large Crews family ofWiregrass Georgia and Northern Florida. He was born about 1755 in theCharleston District. S. C. in the portion now Colleton County, and was ason of John
Crews. He was married twice, but his first wife's name cannot belearned. His second wife, Lucy, was born in 1785 in this state: hermaiden name unknown. The first four children in the list that follows,were by the first
wife, and the remainder by the second.
Of the sons, William, Alexander and John moved to Columbia County, Fl.Dempsey moved to Manatee County, Fl. and Samuel moved to BradfordCounty, Fl.
Alexander Crews moved to Camden County in 1819 from S. C. He served inCapt. Daniel N. Cone's company of Camden County Militia in the IndianWar, in 1838. The Crews homestead was originally in Camden County nearWinokur but
was placed Charlton County in 1854 when it was created out of Camden.Since 1923 it has been in Brantley County. Mr Crews died about 1848 andhis wife died several years later.
Census References: 1820, 1830, 1840, Camden, Page 358, Vol.4, Wiregrass.Alexander died March 1850, aged 79. Mortuary schedule 1850 census WayneCounty. Alexander also fought in Revolitionary War of 1812, Creek Indian
[Alaucha2.FTW]spouse: Collins, Nancy (1730 - )
In this family, there are a lot of marriages where both the husband andwife are named Crews. Although marriage of cousins was not unusual, thisline seems to have more than expected. However, in the series 'The WayIt Was'
published by Gene Barber in The Baker County Press, 1976 said:
'Unlike so many of Baker County's big families, the Crews clans cannot betraced to a mutual ancestor who settled here. The several sets whomigrated into southeast Georgia and northeast Florida, however, seemed tooriginate
200 yearss ago in coastal South Carolina. This indicates the probabilityof kinship during the time of the Revolution.
'In the 1830's and 40's, there appeared in Camden (Charlton) County,Georgia and Nassau and Columbia (Baker) Counties, Florida several Crewsfamilies. All were farmers by vocation and most inclined to largefamilies.'
John W. Cullen Jr. died in WWII[SStandley.FTW]
John W. Cullen Jr. died in WWII
[LTownsend.FTW]spouse: Douberly, Mae A. (1906 - )
Johnnie and Mae Cullen were married at the M.E.Church, Alachua Co., Fl.by pastor Thomas R. Adams.[SStandley.FTW]
Johnnie and Mae Cullen were married at the M.E.Church, Alachua Co., Fl.by pastor Thomas R. Adams.