The Family of William Millar & Anna Jane (SEAMAN) CRICHTON
I found a narrative by Nathaniel C. HUNTER (cousin to Anna Jane) on the internet.  It appears, based on the content and what I already
know, to be genuine.  The information with an * in front is taken from that narrative.  Where it disagrees with
what I already have, I have either kept both pieces of information and indicated Nathaniel's with an * or I
verified the information, cited the source and kept only the correct information.

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12__William Millar CRICHTON
     b.  27 Mar 1845, Dundee, Scotland
     child of:  William H. & Janet (MILLAR) CRICHTON
     d.  15 Mar 1938, Sterling, Logan Co, CO
     Buried:  Riverside Cemetery, Sterling, Logan Co, CO (Sec 1-72, Lot 6, Sp 1, Block 69)   Go to Tombstones

     m.  21 Jun 1876, Greenville, Bond Co, IL

13__Anna Jane SEAMAN
     b.  26 May 1857, Greenville, Bond Co, IL
     child of:  Jonathan & Mary Ann (MILLER) SEAMAN
     d.  18 Oct 1929, Sterling, Logan Co, CO
     Buried:  Riverside Cemetery, Sterling, Logan Co, CO (Sec 1-72, Lot 6, Sp 2, Block 69)   Go to Tombstones

Other Marriages:  None
 

Children:
12.1  William Seaman CRICHTON     b.  18 Jun 1877     d.  19 Oct 1955 (see #6/7)
12.2  Robert Millar CRICHTON     b.  2 May 1879    d.  5 May 1959
12.3  May Jeannette CRICHTON     b.  19 Feb 1882     d.  6 Mar 1969
12.4  Annabelle CRICHTON     b.  4 Apr 1884
12.5  James Lewis CRICHTON     b.  25 Mar 1886, Newton, Harvey Co, KS     d.  6 Jun 1924, Sterling, Logan Co, CO
         Buried:  Riverside Cemetery, Sterling, Logan Co, CO (Sec 1-72, Lot 6, Sp 4, Block 69)   Go to Tombstones
12.6  Elvira Pearl CRICHTON     b.  30 Oct 1889     d.  17 May 1891
12.7  John Henderson CRICHTON     b.  20 Oct 1891     d.  5 Nov 1918
12.8  Lutitia Margaret CRICHTON     b.  5 Sep 1894
12.9  Thomas Jefferson CRICHTON     b.  5 Dec 1896    d.  19 Jan 1985
12.10  Helen Gladys CRICHTON     b. 14 Mar 1899     d.  15 Jan 1975

Synopsis: 

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WILLIAM MILLAR AND ANNA JANE (SEAMAN) CRICHTON RESEARCH RECORD

BIRTH/BAPTISM/PARENTS/CHILDREN RECORDS

DEATH/OBITUARY/CEMETERY RECORDS

MARRIAGE/DIVORCE RECORDS

FAMILY BIBLE/RELIGION AFFILIATIONS RECORDS

EMPLOYMENT/MILITARY/ORGANIZATIONS RECORDS

Nemaha Co.  Co Superintendent - Martin HEFLEBOWER.  The Nemaha Co Board of Commissioners voted to discontinue the position of Co Superintendent of Schools, December, 1993.  They began contracting with Education Service Unit 4 for services, January 1995.  The salary is determined by and in accordance with Nebraska statute 79-320.01.  The earliest record of the School Superintendent being an elected position is 1934.  In 1895, there were 81 school districts in Nemaha Co.  Robert S. Smith served as Co Superintendent from 1969-1991 in Nemaha Co, from 1973-1994 in Richardson Co and from 1975-1986 in Otoe Co.  The following individuals served as Co Superintendent of Schools in Nemaha Co: ...1892-1895  W.M. CRICHTON....  

William M. CRICHTON was Superintendent of Schools in Vandalia, IL from 1875-1877.  Source:  "Ross HIstorical Souvenir of Vandalia, IL."

WILL/ESTATE/DEEDS/COURT RECORDS

Anna J. CRICHTON and husband to William M. Clarke, warranty deed.  Filed for Record this 27th day of October 1899 at 10:30 o'clock a.m.  J. Moright, Co Clerk, Nemaha Co, NE.  Know all men by these presents that Mrs. Anna J. CRICHTON and William M. CRICHTON, wife and husband of Nemaha Co in the State of Nebraska in the consideration of the sum of $2950 in hand paid by William M. CLARKE of Nemaha Co in the State of Nebraska do hereby sell and convey unto said William M. CLARKE the following describe premises situated in the Co of Nemaha in the State of Nebraska to wit commencing at the point where the east line of the southeast quarter of the south and west quarter of section number twenty-one (21) in township number five (5) north of range number fourteen (14) east of the six (6) principle meridian intersects north line of Howe Street in the original town of Calvert, now Auburn, according to the recorded plot thereof, then north on said east line 176.95 feet to the north line of the said southeast quarter of the southwest quarter thence west on the north line to the said southeast quarter of the southwest quarter 1320 feet then south at right angles to the north line of said 40-acre tract to the north line of the said Howe Street thence east on the north line of said Howe Street to the place of beginning being a part of the southeast quarter of the southwest quarter of sections twenty-one (21) town five (5) n. of range fourteen (14) E. at sixth P.M.  And we hereby covenant with the said William M. CLARKE that we hold said premises by good and perfect title; that we have good right and lawful authority to sell and convey the same; that they are free and clear of all liens and encumbrances whatsoever and we covenant to warrant and defend the said premises against the lawful claim of all persons whatsoever.  And the said William M. CRICHTON hereby relinquish curtesy and all other rights in and to the above described premises.  Signed the 28th day of October, A.D. 1899, Anna J. CRICHTON William M. CRICHTON in presence of E.M. BOYD and R.G. BOYD.  [$3 revenue stamp in the middle of the document]  The State of Nebraska, Nemaha Co on this 26th day of October A.D. 1899 before me Edward M. BOYD a notary public within and for said Co personally came Anna J. CRICHTON and William M. CRICHTON personally to me known to be identical persons to whose names are afixed to the above instrument as grantors and severally acknowledge the execution of the same to be their voluntary act and deed for the purpose therein expressed.  In witness whereof, I have hereunto subscribed my name and afixed my official seal at Auburn, Nebraska on the last date above written.  Edward M. BOYD, Notary Public.  My commission expires August 81, 1900.

Lincoln Land Co. to Anna J CRICHTON.  Filed for record April 22 1895 at 10:05 o'clock.  Warranty Deed.  In consideration of the payment of Three Hundred ($300.00) Dollars the Lincoln Land Company corporation duly organized and existing under the laws of the State of Nebraska hereby sells and conveys to Anna J. CRICHTON, the following described real Estate situated in the Co of Nemaha and State of Nebraska to wit:  commencing at the point where the East line of the South quarter of the South West quarter of Section No. twenty-one (21) in township No. Five (5) North of Range No. Fourteen (14) East of the sixth principle meridian, intersects with the line of Howe Street in the original town of Calvert, now Auburn, according to the recorded plat thereof, ? North in said East line, one hundred twenty six and 95-100 (176.95) feet to the North line of said south East quarter of the South West quarter, thence west to the North line of said South East quarter of the South West quarter six hundred sixty (66) feet, thence South at right angles to the North line of said forty acre tract to the North line of said Howe Street, thence East in the North line of said Howe Street to the place of beginning being a part of the South East quarter of the South West quarter of section No. Twenty-one (21) in Township No. Five (5) North of Range No. Fourteen (14) East of the sixth Principle Meridian.  And the Lincoln Land Company hereby convenants with the said Anna J. CRICHTON that it is lawfully seized of said premises that they are free from encumbrances, and it warrants the title thereof against the lawful claims of all persons whomsover, except the taxes for the year 1892 and therefore and except as against all claims which may have attached to said premises since the date of the sale thereof by said grantor to wit June 18th 1892 - In Testimony whereof the said Lincoln Land Company has caused this instrument to be signed by its President, countersigned by its secretary and the corporate seal of the company to be hereunto affixed this fifteenth day of November A.D. 1894.  The Lincoln Land Company By W.B. SCOTT.  Countersigned R.D. PHILLIPS, Secretary.  Witness signature of President:  E. R. NAUBOLDS.  State of Iowa, Des Moines Co:  Be it known that on this 13th day of Decbr. A.D. 1894 before N.T. MCFARLANDS a Notary Public in and for said Co personally appeared N.B. SCOTT President of Lincoln Land Company who is personally known to me to be the identical person whose name is subscribed to the foregoing instrument as said President and then and there acknowledge the execution of said instrument to be his voluntary act and deed, and the voluntary act and deed of the said company.  Witness my hand and Notorial Seal on the day last written.  N.T. McFARLANDS, Notary Public:  J.M. BURRESS, Regr.

CENSUS/CITY DIRECTORIES/TAX LIST RECORDS

1910 U.S. Census, Douglas Pct; Nemaha Co,, NE
Crichton, William M.  65, m. 33 y   English Teacher, Public Schools
               Anna           51, m. 33y    10 children, 9 living
               May J.        28, b. KS
               Lewis J.      23, b. KS
               John H.       19, b. NE
               Letitia M.    15, b. NE
               Thomas J.    13, b. NE
               Helen G.      11, b. NE 

1900 U.S. Census, Nemaha Co, NE, 14 Jun 1900
Dwelling #348, Family #348:   Birth Mo/Yr   Age   #yrs married  #children   #living
Crichton, Anna                            5/1857        42           24              10             9
               Will                              6/1878        22
               Robert                          5/1879        21
               May                             2/1882        18
               Bell                               ?/1884        16
               Lewis                            3/1887       13
               Jonathan                      10/1891       8
               Lutie                              9/1893       6
               Thomas                        12/1896      3
               Helen                            3/1898       1

MIGRATION/CHRONOLOGY/MAP REFERENCE RECORDS

Migrations to America from CRICHTON by William Seaman CRICHTON
About the year 1839 society in England was in a ferment.  In America they had begun to lay rail roads and run steam trains.  They were talking about running steam boats across the Atlantic.  Prof. MORSE and others were talking about the probability of constructing electric telegraphs, although it was nearly fifteen years before he completed and operated his first line.  All these topics were familiar to the people of Great Britain, and all new ideas were rapidly followed up for both nations were of the same language and civil institutions.  The laboring and middle classes became infatuated with the idea of the right to vote as they had in the United States.  At that time there was a property qualification in Britain.  To have the right of suffrage a citizen must be a property holder to so large an extent that all the middle classes were deprived of the privilege.  At about this date, 1830, there was organized a secret society called the "Chartists," which rapidly spread all over the kingdom.  These Chartists claimed that under the great charter signed by King John in 1215, every citizen had the right to vote at all elections of members of the House of Commons.  By the year 1840 there were lodges of Chartists in all the cities and towns of the kingdom, and the society published a small weekly paper called "The Chartist Circular."  The society about that time had prepared an immense petition, addressed to the government, containing a personal appeal to Queen Victoria, asking and demanding universal suffrage, throughout the kingdom, as it was then enjoyed by the common people of the United States of America.  This petition bore over two million signatures.  When this petition was presented in the Parliament, it frightened the government as badly as the "gunpowder plot" of Guy FAWKES had done two hundred years before.  Parliament immediately passed an act declaring it treason for any person to hold membership in the society of the Chartists and ordering the arrest and immediate trial of all officers of the society everywhere.  Queen Victoria, who feared a "reign of terror" and a wholesale slaughter of many innocent persons, postponed the signing of the law from time to time.  But the passage of the law had been published and no one could tell how soon the Queen might be persuaded to attach her signature and set the prosecutions in motion.  In the spring of 1843, Uncle Robert, father's youngest brother, who was working in a machine shop in the city of Glasgow and who had made himself active among the Chartists, quietly quit work and took passage to America, following some friends to Pittsburgh, Pa., where he immediately secured good employment and found the demand for labor strong and wages better than in Scotland.  Father had been secretary of the society in Dundee, where he had worked ever since before his marriage, and he felt very uneasy under the circumstances.  The letters he received from his brother in Pittsburg induced him to get out of the kingdom but he could not get up the resolution, or the money probably, till the spring of 1846.  Early in April, 1846, he and his family started from Dundee, by rail to Glasgow, and went aboard the sailing vessel "The Three Bells" at the Glasgow pier, on Thursday, April 16 (1846).  The voyage was a tedious one and they did not reach New York till May 30th.  They then went as directly as possible to Pittsburg, and father found good employment in the shops in Alleghany City where he lived and worked till he lost his health.  At the time we started for America Margret was five years old and I was the baby in my mother's arms.  Early in the year 1848 father was compelled to give up work, from a softening of the large bone of his left limb.  The doctors called it "white swelling."  For almost five years he was a great sufferer, and his illness resulted in the amputation of his limb in May 1852.  In the meantime through the charity and kindnesses of many friends and relatives, he and his family had removed from Pennsylvania to LaPorte Co, Indiana, where he and mother bought a small farm of eighty acres of wild land, four and a half miles southeast of LaPorte city, the Co seat.  Here they both toiled hard through many years of poverty and distress. With the help of numerous friends father set up a country blacksmith shop, in which he did his first job of work on Feb. 19, 1853.  He was an excellent workman and always had all the work he could do as long as he was able to work at all.  They improved their little wild acreage and it became and beautiful and comfortable home and here they both lived the rest of their lives.  Their mortal ashes repose in the beautiful little churchyard of Salem Chapel, in a spot chosen by father several years before his death.  They sleep side by side, surrounded by many of their neighbors with whom they enjoyed years of harmony and peace during the painful decline of their mortal pilgrimage.  "Safe they rest the green turf under, Sighing breeze, or music's breath, Winter's wind or summer's thunder, Cannot break their sleep of death!"

A Coincidence from CRICHTON by William Seaman CRICHTON.  My Uncle James Crichton came to America in the spring of 1851.  He, his wife and eight children embarked at Glasgow about the first of April, and arrived at LaPorte late in May.  On comparing notes they found that they had come across the Atlantic on the same vessel, "The Three Bells" that had brought us across seven years before.  This was the same old vessel that afterwards effected a noted rescue of a passenger ship in distress, saving all on board.  On this last occasion she was under the command of Captain CREIGHTON.  This officer heard the signals of distress and went to the rescue.  But he did not reach the wreck until dark and the sea was running so high he could do nothing.  He put out lights and signaled:  "Keep up your hearts, I'll stand by you till the morning."  The winds fell towards morning and as soon as day broke the work of rescue was begun, and not a life was lost.  Some evangelist wrote a hymn suggested by the occurrence, "I'll stand by you till the morning."

INTERVIEW/ARTIFACTS RECORDS

END OF RESEARCH RECORD

Source:  Betty JENSEN; CRICHTON by W.S. CRICHTON.

                                       

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12.2__Robert (Bud) Millar CRICHTON
     b.  2 May 1879
     child of:  William Millar & Anna Jane (SEAMAN) CRICHTON
    
d.  5 May 1959, Powell Co, MT
     Buried:

     m.  24 Jun 1903

12.2s__Sadie C. SCOTT
     b.  c1878, Douglas, Nemaha Co, NE
     child of:  Melanthon (5 Sep 1843-8 Oct 1913) & Isabel (8 Aug 1853-15 Jun 1900) (LITTLE) SCOTT
     d.
     Buried:

Other Marriages:

Children:
12.2a  Isobel May CRICHTON     b.  17 Apr 1904     d.  20 Mar 1996
           m.  9 Jun 1928  Dr. Junius Penny SMITH     b.  4 Aug 1900, Chicago, Cook Co, IL     d.  7 Oct 1973, Hamden, New Haven Co, CT
                 Buried:  Riverside Cemetery, Woodstock, Windsor Co, VT
                 child of:  Harvey Blatchford (1873-1930) & Edith G. (1874-1932) (PENNY) SMITH
           Children:  Martha C. SMITH     b.  c1931
                           Roger C. SMITH     b.  c1938
                           David F. SMITH    b. c1940
12.2b  Anna Jo CRICHTON     b.  3 Mar 1906, ND     d.  2002, Denver, Arapaho Co, CO
           Buried:  Zion Cemetery, Ransom Co, ND
           m.  18 Jul 1926, Lisbon, Ransom Co, ND     Paul A. RANES     b.  1901, Lisbon, Ransom Co, ND     d.  1951, Lisbon, Ransom Co, ND
                
child of:  Paul B. (1852-1926) & Anna Olsdatter (1865-?) (BORSHEIM) RANES
          
Children:  Robert Crichton RANES      b.  3 May 1927, Lisbon, Ransom Co, ND     d.  1 Mar 1976, Lisbon, Ransom Co, ND
                          Buried:  Zion Cemetery, Ransom Co, ND
                          Janet A. RANES     b.  c1925
                          Nancy RANES     b.  c.1931
           m.  ? BOISE
12.2c  Robert Scott CRICHTON     b.  31 Mar 1912, Auburn, Nemaha Co, NE     d.  9 Jul 1999, Ponte Vedra Beach, St. Johns Co, FL
           m.  26 Feb 1939, Leon Co, FL     Mary Lucy PARKER     b.  31 Aug 1914, GA     d.  3 Nov 1997, Duval Co, FL    
                 child of John William (1886-1946) & ? (?) PARKER
12.2d  William Sellers CRICHTON     b.  14 Jan 1917, Verona, LaMoure Co, ND     d.  13 Apr 1996
           Buried:  Hillcrest Cemetery, Deer Lodge, Powell Co, MT
           m.  28 Jan 1940, Deer Lodge, Powell Co, MT     Gladys Pearl PUGH     b.  25 Aug 1918, Deer Lodge, Powell Co, MT    
                 d.  7 Sep 2007, Deer Lodge, Powell Co, MT     Buried:  Hillcrest Cemetery, Deer Lodge, Powell Co, MT
                 child of:  Wiley & Pearl (?) PUGH
           Children:  James CRICHTON          Resided Helena, Lewis & Clark Co, MT  2007
                          William CRICHTON        Resided Deer Lodge, Powell Co, MT  2007
                          Douglas CRICHTON       Resided  Spokane, Spokane Co, WA 2007
12.2e  Douglas CRICHTON      b.  14 Jan 1920 (same day as Betty Jane CRICHTON)
           d.  3 Jul 1943     Buried:  North Africa American Cemetery and Memorial, Carthage, Tunis, Tunisia

Synopsis:  

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12.3__May Jeannette CRICHTON
     b.  19 Feb 1882, Topeka, Shawnee Co, KS
     child of:  William Millar & Anna Jane (SEAMAN) CRICHTON
    
d.  6 Mar 1969, Helena, Lewis & Clark Co, MT
     Buried:  Forestvale Cemetery, Helena, Lewis & Clark Co, MT     Go to Tombstones

     m.  12 Jul 1919, Boulder, Jefferson Co, MT

12.3s__Frank George  BARTOS                                                                                               
     b.  9 Apr 1869, Helena, Lewis & Clark Co, MT
     child of:  Frantisek & Mary (1848-1929) (?) Bartosova
     d.  25 Apr 1927, Helena, Lewis & Clark Co, MT
     Buried:  Forestvale Cemetery, Helena, Lewis & Clark Co, MT  (Plot:  95)   Go to Tombstones

Other Marriages:

Children:

Synopsis:

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12.4__Annabelle CRICHTON     
     b.  4 Apr 1884
     child of:  William Millar & Anna Jane (SEAMAN) CRICHTON
     d.
     Buried:

     m.  30 Sep 1909

12.4s__Walter G. THOMASON
     b.  3 Jun 1879, Clark, Greene Co, AR
     child of:  Thomas Jefferson & Eliza Jane (KENT) THOMASON
     d.  29 Jul 1953, Memphis, Shelby Co, TN
     Buried:  Linwood Cemetery, Paragould, Greene Co, AR     Go to Tombstones

Other Marriages:

Children:
12.4a  Helen Elizabeth THOMASON     b.  13 Jul 1910     d.  27 Feb 1941, Memphis, Shelby Co, TN
           Buried:  Linwood Cemetery, Paragould, Greene Co, AR
12.4b  Martha Jeannette THOMASON     b.  28 Feb 1914
12.4c  Frances Crichton THOMASON     b.  21 Jul 1916     d.  17 Dec 1995, Summit Co, OH, a widow
           Buried:  Linwood Cemetery, Paragould, Greene Co, AR
           m.  ? HARLAN

Synopsis:

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12.7__John Henderson CRICHTON
     b.  20 Oct 1891, Brownville, Nemaha Co, NE     
     child of:  William Millar & Anna Jane (SEAMAN) CRICHTON
     d.  5 Nov 1918, Ft. McArthur, San Pedro, Los Angeles Co, CA
     Buried:  Riverside Cemetery, Sterling, Logan Co, CO (Sec 1-72, Lot 6, Sp 6, Block 69)   Go to Tombstones

     m.  12 Aug 1918, Sterling, Logan Co, CO

12.7s__Lyda McCLAIN
     b.  30 Dec 1894, Sterling, Logan Co, CO
     child of:  George Washington & Ida Louise (POLLARDMcCLAIN
     d. ? Aug 1970, New Canaan, Fairfield Co, CT
     Buried:  New Canaan, Fairfield Co, CT

Other Marriages:

Children:
12.7a  John Henderson CRICHTON    b.  4 Mar 1919     d.  27 Dec 1977

Synopsis:  

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12.7a__John Henderson CRICHTON    
     b.  4 Mar 1919, Padroni, Logan Co, CO     
     child of:  John Henderson & Lydia (McCLAIN) CRICHTON
     d.  27 Dec 1977, New York City, NY
     Buried:  New Canaan, Fairfield Co, CT

     m.  24 Nov 1939, Jefferson, Cole Co, MO

12.7as__Zula MILLER
     b.  4 Apr 1919, Fort Morgan, Morgan Co, CO
     child of:  Charles Franklin & Zula (CLARK) MILLER
     d.  2 Mar 2011, New Canaan, Fairfield Co. CT
     Buried:  New Canaan, Fairfield Co, CT

Other Marriages: 
Zula married 6 Dec 1997, New Canaan, CT, Georges BRIGHAM, b. Paris, France of American father and French Mother.  He came to the U.S. when the Nazis invaded France and were drafting young men for the work force.  He went to Harvard and runs his own business called APL Group.  Source:  Letter from Zula CRICHTON BRIGHAM dated 28 Jun 1998.

Children:
12.7a1  John Michael CRICHTON     b.  23 Oct 1942     d.  4 Nov 2008, Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co, CA
12.7a2  Kimberly CRICHTON     b.  22 Jul 1945, Ft. Morgan, Morgan Co, CO
12.7a3  Douglas Christopher CRICHTON     b.  18 Dec 1948, Roslyn, Nassau Co, NY
             m.  5 Jul 1969, Nashua, Hillsborough Co, NH, Hannah Lawrence WHITNEY
             (divorced, no children)
12.7a4  Catherine CRICHTON     b.  17 Dec 1952 

Synopsis:

Source:  Zula CRICHTON, New Canaan, CT; Advertising Age 2 Jan 1978.

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12.7a1__John Michael CRICHTON     
     b.  23 Oct 1942, Chicago, Cook Co, IL
    
child of:  John Henderson & Zula (MILLER) CRICHTON
     d.  5 Nov 2008, Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co, CA
     Buried:

     m. c1987

12.7a1s__Anne-Marie MARTIN
     b.
     child of:
     d.
     Buried:

Other Marriages:
Michael was married first at age 22.
Michael was m. 31 Dec 1978, Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co, CA Kathleen STJOHNS  (CA Marriage Records)
Michael was m. 22 Oct 1981, Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co, CA Susanne S. CHILDS/SLATTERY (CA Marriage Records - listed twice, each name, same date)
Michael was married a fifth time to Sherri ALEXANDER.

Children:
12.7a1a  Taylor CRICHTON     b.  ? 1988

Synopsis:

                                                                      

 

    

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Source:  Zula CRICHTON, New Canaan, CT; Dale and Deborah Morrow

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12.7a2__Kimberly CRICHTON     
    
b.  22 Jul 1945, Ft. Morgan, Morgan Co, CO
     child of:  John Henderson & Zula (MILLER) CRICHTON
     d.
     Buried:

     m.  13 Jun 1967, New Canaan, Fairfield Co, CT

12.7a2s__John William ROPER
     b.  4 Aug 1944
     child of:  John W & Alice (?) ROPER
    
d.
     Buried:

Other Marriages:

Children:
12.7a2a  Ingrid Lyda ROPER     b.  9 Sep 1970, Twin Falls, Twin Falls Co, ID
               Graduated, Northwestern University

Synopsis:  

Source:  Zula CRICHTON, New Canaan, CT

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12.7a4__Catherine (Casey) CRICHTON
     b.  17 Dec 1952, Roslyn, Nassau Co, NY
     child of:  John Henderson & Zula (MILLER) CRICHTON
     d.
     Buried:

     m.  27 May 1978, New Canaan, Fairfield Co, CT

12.7a4s__Donald Hutt BLANCHARD
     b.  23 Jul 1952, Roswell, Chavez Co, NM
     child of:  William Hugh & Ann Mustaugh (HUTT) BLANCHARD
     d.
     Buried:

Other Marriages:

Children:
12.7a4a  Blake Crichton BLANCHARD     b.  26 Jun 1982
12.7a4b  Alicia Crichton BLANCHARD     b.  27 Aug 1985

Synopsis:  

Source:  Zula CRICHTON, New Canaan, CT

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12.8__Lutitia Margaret CRICHTON
     b.  5 Sep 1894
     child of:  William Millar & Anna Jane (SEAMAN) CRICHTON
     d.
     Buried:

     m.  21 Aug 1915

12.8s__Willis Jay ALLISON, Jr.
     b.  1893, IA
     child of:
     d.  1940
     Buried:  Two Buttes Cemetery, Two Buttes, Baca Co, CO    Go to Tombstones

Other Marriages:
Lutitia m2.  ? KANZELMYER

Children:
12.8a  Virginia Ann ALLISON     b.  15 Dec 1916

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12.9__Thomas Jefferson CRICHTON
     b.  5 Dec 1896, NE
     child of:  William Millar & Anna Jane (SEAMAN) CRICHTON
     d.  19 Jan 1985, Sterling, Logan Co, CO
     Buried:  Riverside Cemetery, Sterling, Logan Co, CO (Sec NS, Lot 21 Row 19)   Go to Tombstones

     m.  24 Mar 1924, Presbyterian Manse, Sterling, Logan Co, CO

12.9s__Grace L. WINEY
     b.  12 Dec 1902, Slayton, Murray Co, MN
     child of:  Albert Amos (1877-1935) & Elizabeth (Lizzie) Selma (1877-1956) (OLAND) WINEY
     d.  17 Nov 1974, Sterling, Logan Co, CO
     Buried:  Riverside Cemetery, Sterling, Logan Co, CO (Sec NS, Lot 22, Row 19)   Go to Tombstones

Other Marriages:

Children:
12.9a  Elizabeth Ann (Berty May) CRICHTON      b.  23 Apr 1925      d.  1 Mar 1976, Ryegate, Golden Valley Co, MT (car accident)
           m.  James LaMONT     b.  10 May 1924, Harrisburg, Dauphin Co, PA     d.  2 Dec 2004, Great Falls, Cascade Co, MT
                 child of:  Charles (1886-1950) & Irene Louise (1892-1978) (TIDBALL) LaMONT
           Children:  Richard Kent LaMONT     b.  ?     d.  ?     Burried:  Mountview Cemetery, Billings, Yellowstone Co, MT
                           Douglas LaMONT                           Resided Billings, MT in 1985
12.9b  Raymond Keith CRICHTON     b.  31 Aug 1927, CO     d.  14 Sep 1972, Casa Grande, Pinal Co, AZ
          
Buried:  Eloy Memorial Park, Casa Grande, Pinal Co, AZ   Go to Tombstones
          
m.  1947     Violet M. ?
           Sprayed crops; died of lung disease.
           Children:  Curtis CRICHTON                          Resided Tulsa, OK  1985
                           Dr. Renetta CRICHTON                 Resided D.C. Diamond Bar, CA 1985

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12.10__Helen Gladys CRICHTON
     b. 14 Mar 1898, Auburn, Nemaha Co, NE
     child of:  William Millar & Anna Jane (SEAMAN) CRICHTON
     d.  15 Jan 1975, Houston, Harris Co, TX  (Residence, Bellaire, Harris Co, TX)
     Buried:  Riverside Cemetery, Sterling, Logan Co, CO (Sec SES, Lot 0980)   Go to Tombstones

     m.

12.10s__Robert A. SANDERS
     b. 1901, Sterling, Logan Co, CO
     child of:  Robert D. (16 May 1865-1 Aug 1916) & Martha "Mattie" (31 Oct 1868-2 Jan 1908) (ROBUCK) SANDERS
     d.  13 Jun 1989, Henderson, Rusk Co, TX (Helen's obituary says 1956 - where?)
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Other Marriages:

Children:
12.10a  Martha Jane SANDERS     b.  c1919                    Resided Middlesex, NY  1975
             m.  ? RIKLIS
             Children:  Robert RIKLIS         Resided Corpus Christi, TX  1975
                             Paul RIKLIS            Resided Middlesex, NY  1975
12.10b  John Robert (Jack) SANDERS    b.  c.1924                Resided Houston, TX 1975

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