John Emory Crawford
Full Name: John Emory Crawford
Date of birth: December 7, 1853
Date of death: September 12, 1903
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Jan 13, 1903 - Sep 12, 1903
Franklin / Robertson
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Resolutions and Journal entries
- Obituary and summary of legislative service, John E. Crawford, "Strong and Good Man Has Fallen," 9/14/1903, p. 1. Birth date 12/9/1853 in Dallas.
- Biographical sketch, p. 211. John E. Crawford, graduated from Vanderbilt University law department in 1877, practiced law in Calvert, Texas until 1880, when he moved to Franklin; elected Robertson County Judge in 1880.
Biographical Souvenir of the State of Texas, Containing Biographical Sketches of the Representative Public, and Many Early Settled Families, 1889.
- John Emory Crawford, residence in Calvert, Texas, law. Register of Vanderbilt University 1876-7, Announcement 1877-8, Catalogue of Students for the Session 1876-7, p. 11; Register of Vanderbilt University 1877-8, Announcement 1878-9, degrees conferred in session 1876-7, Bachelor of Law, p. 21. U.S., School Catalogs, 1765-1935.
John E. Crawford, death date 9/12/1903 in Tom Green County, Texas, widow Josephine Delia Crawford. Texas, U.S., Wills and Probate Records, 1833-1974, Robertson County.
- John Emory Crawford and Delia Josephine, parents of Ruby Delia Crawford, born 9/11/1893 in Franklin, Robertson County.
Census of 1900 - John E. Crawford, Franklin, Robertson County, age 47, born December 1853 in Texas, lawyer, spouse Della J., daughter Rubbie D., son John E.
Texas Births and Christenings, 1840-1981
- John E. Crawford, birth date 12/7/1853, death date 9/12/1903, burial in Franklin Cemetery, Franklin, Robertson County.
Find a Grave.
- Death notice, John E. Crawford, The San Angelo Press, 9/16/1903, p. 2. "Died in East San Angelo Saturday September 11 at noon."
Portal to Texas History (University of North Texas Libraries).
- Judge John E. Crawford, birth date 12/7/1853, death date 9/12/1903. Robertson County Judge (1881-1886), Texas Legislature (1903-1904). Transcription of Franklin Cemetery, submitted by Kent Brunette. Robertson County,
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