The following information was and is being compiled by Pat at Passed Time (in conjunction with Jeannie-ology). My work, my copyright.*
Sarah Elizabeth Whitcraft (November 14, 1833-November 20, 1903) and Elijah Bell Clowe (March 10, 1825-January 3, 1905) were married in Ohio on either August 1, 1850 or August 8, 1850. Their union (which lasted 53 years! btw) produced seven children.
Moses Alva Clowe, infant (died August 22, 1859)
George Craven Clowe (May 6, 1851-June 3, 1898)
Sarah Elizabeth Clowe Bateman (February 5, 1853-January 17, 1937)
Matilda M. Clowe Kerr
John Warren Clowe (1858-1932)
Francis M. Clowe (1861-1943)
Thomas Elijah Clowe (1871-1958)
Children of John Leslie Whitcraft and Sarah Elina Whitcraft of Hocking County Ohio
W. Ellsworth Whitcraft
Susan Alice Whitcraft
Mrs. Mary Matilda (Whitcraft) Bell
Mrs. Clara Annetta (Whitcraft) Ross
Nancy Elizabeth (Whitcraft) Mangold
George Eli "G.E." Whitcraft (June 28, 1872 - July 13, 1954) married on September 1, 1897
(I) Mary Catherine Oldweiler Whitcraft (January 20, 1874-August 23, 1928)
Children: Mary Elizabeth (Whitcraft) Brainard of Cortland, Ohio married to Kenneth W. Brainard
Children of Elizabeth Whitcraft Brainard and Kenneth W. Brainard:
George David Brainard of Warren, Ohio
Richard Brainard in the Air Forces at San Antonio, Texas
John Ellsworth Whitcraft of Nutwood, Ohio but later employed by New York State Education Department as state Supervisor of Business Education. Wife as yet unknown but they had at least one child, a daughter:
Joan May Whitcraft married Donat Foucault Jr.
(II) married Edna I. Dickerson on May 5, 1937
This union resulted in a step-son for G.E. Whitcraft, Leon L. Dickerson
John Hayes Whitcraft (1877-1950)
Thomas Tobias Whitcraft (1866-1953) m. Mary (Mollie) Pruett (December 7, 1869-March 25, 1915)
Children: John Whitcraft of St. Joseph, Mo.
Francis Whitcraft of Holton, Kansas
Lester Whitcraft of Toulare, California
Wesley Whitcraft of Topeka, Kansas
Louise James of Topeka, Kansas
Addie Elina Whitcraft m. into Cornelius family
As the title states, this genealogy is a work in progress. As more information is found in the Whitcraft Scrapbook, I will add more. Also keep in mind that the younger generations might have had more children. As an example, G.E. died in 1954 so the information listed here is from that time. As I am mainly followingt the scrapbook, the later generations undoubtedly added to the descendant count.
*I often find passages repeatedly plagarized on genealogy websites with no author credit or any citation given. This genealogy is MY work, therefore Passed Time holds the copyright. Do not copy and paste my work elsewhere without permissions and, yes, payment. Thank you.
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