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- Name: Atchison /Craig/ 176x-
- Name: Atcheson /Craige/ 176x-
Found multiple versions of NAME. Using Atchison /Craig/ 176x-.
- Date: c 1760's
- Place: England
Could not parse date out of Birth Date (c 1760's).
- Date: 1830
- Place: Fairfield township, Tuscarawas County, Ohio
- Note: Atchison Craig 2-males-20-30, 1-male-60-70, 2-females-15-20, 1-female-50-60 (second line above George Mort)
- Date: 1800
- Place: Springfield Township, Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania
- Note: Atcheson Craig 1-male-under-10, 1 male 26-44, 3-females-under10, 1-female-16-25
Naturalization as a Citizen
- Naturalization as a Citizen:
- Date: 05 SEP 1797
- Note: Name Atcheson Craige, Year 1797, Place Maryland, Primary Immigrant
- Craige, Atcheson, Annotation Date and place of naturalization. Extracted from the Baltimore County Naturalization Docket. Published as a supplement to Baltimore Town and Fell's Point Directory of 1796 from the original by Thompson and Walker. Country of origin provided. Source Bibliography: BARNES, ROBERT W. Baltimore County Naturalizations, 1796-1803. Silver Spring, MD: Family Line Pubs., 1983, pp. 59-68. Page 61
- Date: 1799
- Place: Huntingdon County, Pennsyvlania
- Note: from 1877 article from the Richland Shield and Banner on Joseph Craig. Mr. Craig was born on the 29th day of January, 1797, in Baltimore county, Maryland, and at the age of two years he removed with his parents to Huntington county, Pa., where he resided until 1825.
- Date: ABT 1825
- Place: Ohio
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