Person:Ezekial Craft

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Ezekial Craft


Painting by Archibald M. Willard
 Revolutionary War Soldier

Born:June 19, 1762, Dublin County, North Carolina
Died:October 17, 1843, Madison County, AL
Buried:Moon Cemetery, Cave Spring Road, Madison County, A

Notes:

•  Married Sally Glover about 1795 - GenForum

•  "Ezekial and his brother Archealous were early pioneers in Claiborne County Tennessee. In 1808 he left Tennessee and moved to the Mississippi territory, to an area now know as Madison County, Alabama. He was the founding pastor of Meridian Line Baptist Church and minister of the Big Cove Church. On April 12, 1820 he was appointed Justice of the Peace and became a member of the first county commission of Madison County established in 1823." - Grandmother's House

•  Ezekiel Craft was the great grandfather of William Frank Craft. - Grandmother's House

•  Revolutionary War Soldier (1778 to 1783): Private, Dragoons, Drummer, South Carolina Continental Line - Patriot Database

•  Father of:

     1. Sarah "Sally"
     2. Ezekiel Jr.
     3. Laburn was born in 1801.1 He died after 1850
     4. Jane (Jinny)
     5. Elizabeth m. Charles Grayson
     6. Anna m. Jackson L. Grayson, brothers
     7. Hugh
     8. Joseph L. - Roots Web


Related Links:
•  Find A Grave - Page created by Jason Presley, April 30, 2005.
•  GenForum - Posted by Marion Craft, April 29, 2002.
•  Grandmother's House - This is the website for a restaurant run by Wenona, a sixth generation descendent of Ezekiel Craft. On the website is a bio of Ezekiel and some history about the property where the restaurant is located.
•  Patriot Database - Alabama's Revolutionary War Soldiers and Patriots Database on the Resources tab of the Alabama Society of the Sons of the American Revolution website.
•  Roots Web - Information posted by Betty Stokes, May 27, 1999.
•  Sons of the American Revolution - Tennessee Valley Chapter Alabama Society of Sons of the American Revolution/List of Revolutionary War Soldiers and Patriots Buried in Madison County, Alabama.
•  USGenWeb Archives - File Contributed by Nancy Poquette on June 24, 2006 and is copyrighted. It contains details of his military service.




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