Hugh Craig drowned at sea when he and his family immigrated to North America. He was born about 1699 in Ireland
Per his wife's memorial (135000181), his first name was Hugh Crague, and they married in 1719. Fetterly-28 07:22, 24 April 2022 (UTC)
According to the source below, Hugh married Elizabeth Warren on Nov. 11,1719 of Palmouth (?) then moved to Windham, Maine. See p. 42 of "Windham in the Past" (below). This doesn't make sense if he drowned at sea. Fetterly-28 02:26, 11 June 2022 (UTC)
Passenger List: "U.S. and Canada, Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s"Place: New Hampshire; Year: 1731; Page Number: 218Ancestry Record 7486 #1611274 (accessed 10 June 2022)Name: Hugh Craige; Arrival Year: 1731; Arrival Place: New Hampshire; Primary Immigrant: Craige, Hugh; Source Publication Code: 1294.10; Annotation: Date and place of first mention of residence in the New World. Extracted from several sources, mainly "New Hampshire Provincial Deeds, 1641-1771," which is on microfilm at the New Hampshire Historical Society. Name of town of residence in the New World is; Source Bibliography: COPELY, WILLIAM. "Scotch-Irish Settlers in New Hampshire, 1719-1776." In Historical New Hampshire (New Hampshire Historical Society, Concord), vol. 50:3/4 (Fall/Winter 1995), pp. 213-228.; Household Members:Hugh Craige.