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Margaret Elizabeth Crawford (1834 - 1852)

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Margaret Elizabeth Crawford aka Timoney
Born in Rabbs Creek, Bastrop, Texas, (Bastrop County, Texas)map
[sibling(s) unknown]
[spouse(s) unknown]
[children unknown]
Died in Bastrop County, Texas, USAmap
Profile last modified | Created 18 Jun 2015
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Margaret Elizabeth Crawford was born to Alamo Defender, Lemuel Crawford and Mary Jane Gottcher/Goacher on Dec. 5, 1834 in the Rabbs Creek, Bastrop Colony, Texas (present-day Bastrop County, Texas, USA).

Margaret Elizabeth was captured and held hostage by Comanche Indians at a very young age of 2 or 3. She, mother, and uncles were traded to the Choctaw, then ransomed to an owner of a Red River Trading post and Charles Spaulding. [1]

Margaret married Edward Henry Timoney in April 21, 1850 and had one daughter, Mary Jane Timoney.

She was injured in a fire and died in Bastrop County, Texas, USA, 8 Jan 1853. [2]



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