Born July 9, 1926
Houlton, Maine, U.S.
Alma A. (Crabb) Nickerson
Clifford A. (Crabb) Crabtree
Beecher H. (Crabb) Crabtree
Jesse H. (Crabb) Crabtree
Hope (Crabb) McLeod
Bess L. (Crabtree) York
Elva M. (Crabtree) Rodriguez
Anna A. (Crabtree) Middleton
Sarah N. (Crabtree) Ariel
Gladys L. (Crabtree) Hudgins
Lois C. (Crabtree) Stockson
David J. Crabtree Jr.
David S. Blakely
December 1, 1946 in Randolph, Massachusetts, U.S.
Died May 28, 2001
Visalia, California, U.S.
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Family name was changed from Crabb to Crabtree in Probate Court, Piscataquis County, State of Maine, Oct. 4, 1910.
1. Interviews with Faith’s sister,
Elva Crabtree, by her daughter, Clair Harris Zarges over the years before Elva's death in 1998.
2. Record from the Probate Court, State of Maine, County of Piscataquis, 4 Oct 1910; copy in my possession 12/12/2013,
Clair Harris Zarges; sent to me by Duane E. Crabtree, son of Talmage Dewitt Crabb in an email dated 30 July 2001.
3. Birth and death: Faith's daughter,
↑ Entered by Clair Zarges.
Clair Zarges for starting this profile. Click the Changes tab for the details of contributions by Clair and others.
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