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James Crow, Senior: from “COMPTON’S PLACE OF GEORGIA CONNECTIONS AND MUCH MORE”

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# ID: I188186
# Name: James [Sr] Crow
# Sex: M
# Birth: 14 APR 1740
# Death: 19 DEC 1833 in Prob GA
# Note:

Database: gilead
Individual: I007199
Link: http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=gilead&id=I007199
Name: Phillip Crow
Email: crowslanding@netscape.net
URL:
URL title:
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Greetings Bill and others.

Levi Crow born 25 March 1782 was probably never in Whitfield Co., GA and probaby died in North East GA on 26 October 1850, as evidenced by his Family Bible pages. His widow, Nancy MNU, did likely die in Whitfield Co., GA after the 7 July 1870 Census, where she was enumerated next dwelling from her son, Wiley and wife Sarah Jane Hickey. Levi born 1782 was not the son, or related to the James Crow you have him attached to here. He was the son of James Crow Sr., born 14 April 1740, unknown where, and died, 19 December 1833, probably in GA. These birth and death dates for James Crow Sr. came directly from his son, Levi Crow’s, Bible pages.

It has now been proven by The Crow(e) DNA Study, that James Crow Sr. born 14 April 1740 is indeed related to Randolph C. Crow Sr. and my GGG Samuel Crow, both born in the 1770’s. Whether James Crow was an Uncle, or father to them, is unkown at this time. It is my opinion, the James Crow Sr.’s son, James Crow Jr., is very likely the James Crow that married Hannah Black in Elbert/Franklin Co. GA, and they left GA for Gibson Co., IN about 1800. I am working hard trying to find a couple of male Crow’s from the James Crow Jr. and Hannah Black Crow line to participate in our Crow(e) DNA Study to prove this connection to our Crows as well.

Kind regards,
Phil Crow, Crow(e) DNA Group Administrator,

Visit the Crow DNA pages at;
http://www.familytreedna.com/public/The%20Crow%28e%29%20DNA%20Study%20Project/
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~crow2000/crowdna.htm
Database: gilead
Individual: I007199
Name: Phillip Crow
Email: crowslanding@netscape.net
URL: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~crow2000/dnagroupchart.htm
URL title: Crow(e) DNA Group Charts
Note:
Greetings Bill, and others.

Levi Crow born 25 March 1782 was probably never in Whitfield Co., GA and probaby died in North East GA on 26 October 1850, as evidenced by his Family Bible pages. His widow, Nancy MNU, did likely die in Whitfield Co., GA after the 7 July 1870 Census, where she was enumerated next dwelling from her son, Wiley and wife Sarah Jane Hickey. Levi Crow born 1782 was the son of James Crow Sr., born 14 April 1740, unknown where, and died, 19 December 1833, probably in GA. These birth and death dates for James Crow Sr. came directly from his son, Levi Crow’s, Bible pages.

It has now been proven by The Crow(e) DNA Study, that James Crow Sr., born 14 April 1740, was indeed related to yet another Levi Crow, Levi S. Crow, who married Sarah “Sally” Busey and migrated from SC>AL>KY>TN, Randolph C. Crow Sr. and my GGG Samuel Crow, all three born in the 1770’s.

Whether James Crow Sr., born in 1740, was an uncle, cousin, or father, to Randolph & Samuel, is unkown at this time.

Kind regards,
Phil Crow, Crow(e) DNA Group Administrator,

Visit the Crow DNA pages at;
http://www.familytreedna.com/public/The%20Crow%28e%29%20DNA%20Study%20Project/
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~crow2000/crowdna.htm

Marriage 1 Spouse Unknown

Children

1. Has Children Levi Crow b: 25 MAR 1782 in SC

 
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Posted by on February 16, 2010 in Uncategorized

 

Anniston Star: Second mound report released

Anniston Star – Second mound report released

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OXFORD — A University of Alabama archaeologist has released a report stating a pile of stones in Oxford was created by natural forces and not American Indians centuries ago — a report written two months after he signed another report stating the opposite.

Robert Clouse, director of the Office of Archaeological Research at the University of Alabama and director of the University of Alabama Museums, mailed the second report on the mound behind the Oxford Exchange to The Star at a reporter’s request.

The report cites different geologic surveys of the area and other American Indian archaeological excavations for comparison. Clouse is not a geologist, though he says he minored in geology as an undergraduate student.

The report states the mound is a natural formation and is not culturally significant.

The stone mound became the center of a dispute last summer, which ended with the City of Oxford backing away from plans to level the mound and use dirt beneath it for fill at a nearby construction site. City officials have repeatedly stated the mound was not man-made. They also later claimed they had not touched the mound, a claim contradicted by pictures contained in Clouse’s second report which show heavy equipment dismantling it.

The second report concluding the mound was natural was produced in July during the thick of the controversy over the site which began in June. The first report, which said the site was significant, was produced in April.

 
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Posted by on February 3, 2010 in Uncategorized

 

Facebook: Movement to Preserve Native American Sacred Sites and Culture in Alabama

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Alabama Needs YOUR HELP: Protect Sacred Prehistoric Sites

The people and culture of Alabama need your help. Alabama has NO laws to protect prehistoric Native American sites. Prehistoric culture is being destroyed and it must stop. Please help by joining people from all over the world to appeal to the Alabama legislature to add a bill or law in Alabama’s Constitution to protect prehistoric sites and educate our children of the future. Alabama has a rich cultural history and it must be preserved. We must act and educate now! Within the past weeks, January 18 – January 21, 2010, a mound was destroyed in Oxford, Alabama.

Alabama’s Native American Culture is an intricate, fundamental, and important element of Alabama’s history that must be kept alive.

The Movement for Education and Preservation of Native American Sacred Sites and Culture in Alabama

Alabama Needs YOUR HELP: Protect Sacred Prehistoric Sites

The people and culture of Alabama need your help. Alabama has NO laws to protect prehistoric Native American sites. Prehistoric culture is being destroyed and it must stop. Please help by joining people from all over the world to appeal to the Alabama legislature to add a bill or law in Alabama’s Constitution to protect prehistoric sites and educate our children of the future. Alabama has a rich cultural history and it must be preserved. We must act and educate now! Within the past weeks, January 18 – January 21, 2010, a mound was destroyed in Oxford, Alabama.

Alabama’s Native American Culture is an intricate, fundamental, and important element of Alabama’s history that must be kept alive.

— The Movement for Education and Preservation of Native American Sacred Sites and Culture in Alabama.

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Posted by on February 2, 2010 in Uncategorized