James Crawford, son of George Crawford was born March 10, 1789 in South Carolina. He married Nancy McCarter, the daughter of James and Nancy Davy McCarter. Nancy (1793-1872) was the daughter of James and Nancy Davy McCarter. James and Nancy left South Carolina sometime after their son James L. Crawford was born in 1813. They resided in Georgia in 1819 where their daughter Catherine Ann was born but by 1821 they had settled in Perry County, Alabama. James and Nancy had fourteen known children.
County seat of Hale County 1937 (Library of Congress)
Buried in Hale County, Alabama
James Crawford died in 1839 and is buried in Mount Hermon United Methodist Church Cemetery in Greensboro, Hale County, Alabama. Some descendant surnames of James and Nancy (McCarter) Crawford include: BARNES, BLACKBURN, BOYLES, BROADNAX, BROWN, CANNON, CHRISTENBERRY, COLE, DONAVAN, ELLIS, GRIFFIN, HANNAH, HOLLEY, HOPKINS, HOWARD, JOHNSON, JONES, LANE, LATHAM, LEWIS, LYLES, MADISON, MARTIN, MCCARTER, MCCURDY, MURPH, PAYNE, POOL, RAYFIELD, RHODES, SMITH, SPENCER, STOKES, THIGPEN, THOMAS, TURK, VAUGHN, WILLIAMS
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