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Re: Outline of Cruces available online
Posted by: James C Yates, Jr (ID *****8627) Date: February 03, 2010 at 12:53:48
In Reply to: Re: Outline of Cruces available online by Susan of 258

Hi Susan,
I don't know much about the Cruce family at large. I copied the frllowing from page 65:
The Isaac2 Newton Cruce Family—The James3 Cruce Branch 65
In the 1880 census, George5 Washington Cruce, his wife and their four children were living on the
family farm too. By this time Ewell4 was 58 and having a 28 year old son to help with the chores
must have been grand.
George5 Washington Cruce 6/5/1852–9/20/1929
(Ewell4, James3, Isaac2, Richard1) When Ewell4 Cruce and Elizabeth Dobbins named their fourth child
and second son, they were probably thinking of Ewell’s great uncle and brother to his grandfather,
Isaac2, George2 Washington Cruce, who lived in Greene Co., Georgia. This George5 was born in
Kentucky and lived and died in that state. In the 1910 Crittenden County Census, George and Robert
Ann are in their fifties and Herbert and his wife, Mallie are living with them.
Occupation: He was a young attorney when he assisted Jane Hill Cruce with estate affairs after the
early death of her husband, James 4 Winlock Cruce.
Married: on 4/4/1872, Robert Ann Hall, born in Illinois,
4/22/1855–4/15/1930. Robert Ann was the daughter of L. M.
“Buck” Hall and Sarah J. (George). Both George and Robert Ann
are buried in the Crayne Cemetery, CrittendenCo.Ky. All their
children were born in Kentucky.
1) Hallie6 Cruce 2/14/1873–12/6/1903
2) Edward6 Cruce 5/12/1875–1942,
twin to Edge...
3) Edge6 Cruce 5/12/1875–7/9/1970
4) George6 Herbert Cruce Jun. 1878–1977
5) Maude6 Cruce May 1881–____
m. Joshua McDonald
6) Susan6 Cruce ca. 1882–____
7) Nannie6 Cruce ca. 1884–____
8) William6 Claude Cruce 5/8/1885–5/20/1906
Hallie6 Cruce 2/14/1873–12/6/1903
(George5, Ewell4, James3, Isaac2, Richard1) Hallie6 Cruce was the first child of George5 W. Cruce and
Robert Ann Hall. She was born in Kentucky and died in Crittenden County of tuberculosis when she
was 30.
Married: ca. 1895, Jonathan Smith Woodall
1) Haden7 Woodall ca. 1896–____
lived in Washington state.
2) Stella7 Woodall ca. 1898–ca 1906
Stella died in a fire.
3) Infant died in 1901 of diphtheria
Edward6 C. Cruce 5/12/1875–1952
(George5, Ewell4, James3, Isaac2, Richard1) Edward6 Cruce, the second child of George5 W. Cruce and
Robert Ann Hall was born and died in Kentucky. He lived in Marion and Crayne in Crittenden
County in 1900 and he is buried in the Mapleview Cemetery there. He and Edge6 were twins. His
family was counted in the 1910 Crittenden County Census and was almost complete. One of the
children, Ross7 had died and Mary7 had yet to be born. She appears, age 8, in the 1920 Census.
Married: Sarah C. McDonald, born in Ky., May 1877–1951, who is also buried in the Mapleview
Cemetery, Crittenden Co., Kentucky.
1) Twins—stillborn
2) Ross7 Cruce Aug. 1896–dy
3) George7 W. Cruce Jly. 1898–____
4) Pressley7 Cruce 1901–1942
m. Lena Cisco, no issue. Both are buried in Mapleview.
5) Ruby7 Cruce 6/10/1903–
6) Eugene7 Cruce 9/15/1907–


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