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William Crowe (1773-?) married Mary Humbertson on September 18, 1793.  Go to     HUMBERTSON  [NOTE: it has not yet been proven that William and Mary are the parents of these children]

Their children are believed to be:

Jacob,1791-1870 (married Margaret Winebrenner 1796 - ?)  Go to   WINEBRENNER 

Mary, abt 1795

Phillip, abt. 1800 (married Kitty Roher)

George, abt. 1808?

Frederick, 2 Aug 1808 (Henrietta Stump)

Lawrence, (unknown birthdate)

[Note: These are unverified birthdates found on various websites. The marriage dates are taken from  Maryland Marriage Index at Ancestry.com]

All births in Allegany County, MD.

 

Jacob, 1791-1870, married Margaret Winebrenner on on September 12, 1811 and they had the following children:

(Second Generation)

Henry, 1815-1884 (married Harriet Durst 4/1/1845)

Anna, abt. 1818 ?? [unverified child]

Hannah, abt 1820

John, 1822-1884 (married Emily Warnick 10/26/1846)

Isaac, abt 1824 (married Mary Ellen Chaney 5/12/1853)

Jacob, Jr. abt 1826 (married Elizabeth Effeert 10/12/1850)                  

Lydia, 1827-1900 (married Morris Winebrenner 3/25/1850)

George Albert, 1828 (married Louisa Chaney 10/08/1855)

Nelson,  abt. 1830 (married Mary Ann Winebrenner 11/07/1853)

Abraham, 1832 married (Sarah Ann Barnes 5/12/1853)

Margaret Ann, 1837 (married Isaac Winebrenner 10/22/1857)   

Catherine, 8 May 1841-8 Jun 1880 (married Demus Spiker)


All births in Allegany County, MD


Nelson married Mary Ann Winebrenner November 07, 1853. They had the following children:

(Third Generation)

Anna/Annie Louise, 7 Jul 1854 - 28 Nov 1948* (married George Lewis Layman 1850-1914)  Go to    LAYMAN

Margaret F., abt 1857 (married William H. Dowden)

Jacob Cephas, 1859 - 1930 (married Marietta (or Sarah Etta) Wilson 9/15/1881, second wife Eveline (Evelyn) STEVEY)

Isaac Fredrick, 1863-1945 (married Mary Ann Pengelly 5/21/1885).   Go to    PENGELLY

Nancy Elizabeth, 1861-1949 (married Jessie J. Weimer 3/29/1880)

Rosa Belle, 1864-1884 (married John Albert Nelson 12/23/1884)

Mollie, 1868 (married William Hawkins)**

Aurelia, 1872 - 1951 (married Johnson Collins DeVore, 1866 - 1941)**

*Source is death certificate

**Source is the 91st birthday article in the (Cumberland) Evening Times 

All births in Allegany County, MD

 

Anna/Annie Louise Crowe married George Lewis Layman (1850-1914) 11/05/1873.  Go to   Annie Louise Crowe      Their children are:

(Fourth Generation)

William M, 1874
Owen, 1876
Ernest, 1879
Robert, May 1880*
Benjamin, Dec.,1881*
George H., Dec., 1883
Nellie, 1885 (married unknown Burns)
Alger, Feb., 1888
Elsie, Sept., 1889 (married Russell Diehl)
Anna, April, 1891 (married Samuel Neat)
**Oma, 28 Jun 1894 - died in Hagerstown, MD.  29 Jan. 1979 (married Charles J. Wolfe)
**Ada Marie, 28 Jun 1894 - 15 Feb. 1961 (married Joseph Henry Koelker, Jr) 
  KOELKER
Ruth, Nov.,1895 - Oct 9, 1963 (married James Tuhill, then Fuller Davis)
Lawrence, April,1900

**twins

All births in Allegany County, MD

[Note: in the 1900 census, Annie says she is the mother of 18 children with 15 still living. However in the newspaper article, she indicates she is the mother of 16 children]

Spouse names came from my aunt, Sandra (Koelker) Crosten, who knew them. Ada Marie is my grandmother and I knew her twin, Aunt Oma and her spouse "Uncle Hokey" Charles J. Wolfe.

Some of the names and birthdates for Annie Louise and George Layman's children were taken from the 1880 Census.

*Note:The 1880 census lists the names Curtin/Curtis and Trevor/Trewer (illegible) having the same birthdates as Robert (and later "James") and Benjamin. Since the names are not repeated in the later census, we will assume for the time being that the correct names are Robert (James) and Benjamin.  Another possibility is that there were additional twins born who perhaps died before the 1900 census.

Source: Genie Ragan (my direct line is in blue)

 

 

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