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    Don L. Crawford,Melinda Blanchard Crawford
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Kentuckian Marshall Crawford and Tennessean Rebecca Sinclair were among those southern immigrants. They married young, in the Arkansas Territory, during its turbulent 1820s, and then moved their family to Texas in 1843. They and their children helped settle the Texas frontier.

Kentuckian Marshall Crawford and Tennessean Rebecca Sinclair were among those southern immigrants. Their children and their children's descendants spread throughout Texas, and in some cases beyond its boundaries. A History of the Family of Marshall and Rebecca Crawford helps explain the history of the settlement of this region of America, from the perspective of one family's experiences.

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Don L. Crawford and Melinda Blanchard Crawford. Kentuckian Marshall Crawford and Tennessean Rebecca Sinclair were among those southern immigrants

Don L. The Louisiana Purchase of 1803 resulted in a giant wave of American migration westward. In the 1820s and 1830s, Native American Indians were also moved, by the government, from their homelands in the south eastern United States into northwestern Arkansas and the Indian Territory of what is now Oklahoma. Kentuckian Marshall Crawford and Tennessean Rebecca Sinclair were among those southern immigrants.

Don and Melinda Crawford accepted this award at the society's annual meeting in Abilene, TX, on October 24, 2008. Congratulations, Don and Melinda!

Don and Melinda Crawford accepted this award at the society's annual meeting in Abilene, TX, on October 24, 2008.

Marshall Crawford, Rebecca Crawford (born Sinclair). Wife: Mildred Virginia Crawford (born Dennis). Son: Marshall Neal (Bud) Crawford Sr. View the Record. view all. Immediate Family.

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Crawford was born in Bagni di Lucca, Italy, the only son of the American sculptor Thomas Crawford and Louisa . He wrote three long historical studies of Italy and was well advanced with a history of Rome in the Middle Ages when he died.

Crawford was born in Bagni di Lucca, Italy, the only son of the American sculptor Thomas Crawford and Louisa Cutler Ward, the brother of writer Mary Crawford Fraser (aka Mrs. Hugh Fraser), and the nephew of Julia Ward Howe, the American poet. He studied successively at St Paul's School, Concord, New Hampshire; Cambridge University; University of Heidelberg; and the University of Rome. This may explain why Marion Crawford's books stand apart from any distinctively American current in literature.

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The Louisiana Purchase of 1803 resulted in a giant wave of American migration westward. In the 1820s and 1830s, Native American Indians were also moved, by the government, from their homelands in the southeastern United States into northwestern Arkansas and the Indian Territory of what is now Oklahoma. These were times of rapid change, conflict and violence on the frontier as America grew westward. Competition for land created conflicts between white settlers, newly arrived Indians, and the tribes that had called this land home for centuries. This is the story of a family whose members were an integral part of this piece of American history. Kentuckian Marshall Crawford and Tennessean Rebecca Sinclair were among those southern immigrants. They married young, in the Arkansas Territory, during its turbulent 1820s, and then moved their family to Texas in 1843. They and their children helped settle the Texas frontier. Their children and their children's descendants spread throughout Texas, and in some cases beyond its boundaries. A History of the Family of Marshall and Rebecca [Sinclair] Crawford helps explain the history of the settlement of this region of America, from the perspective of one family's experiences.