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Thomas CROCKETT

Scottish Coat of Arms

Discription - Ar. a Chev. az. Between three mullets of the last in chief, in base a crescent zu.
Crest - A dog sleeping sa.,spotted arg.
Motto - "Tak' Tent" - Take care, i.e., "Let sleeping dogs lie."

I do not claim this to be our Crockett Coats of Arms. There are many Coats of Arms out there, it would be difficult without lots of study and research to determine which would be ours. This is just for FUN!

Bobbi Stockton    


    Last Updated
    Sept. 24, 2002

    An + means you can find more information on this person below. Follow the numbers to the next generation.

    I do not claim that the information below to be without errors. Please be aware.

DeAnna Durham   has found a place that is selling copies of the Crockett Family Book By Donna Hopkins Scott. If you would like a copy you can email her at... dedurham@magiclink.com   She can give you the information. They are in Provo, Utah. This is a book of the decendents of Thomas Crockett. It was put together in about 1968 by Donna, has 322 plus pages, plus records, additional pedigrees and index. This is an excelent book. The cost is $25.00 and $7.00 for shipping and handeling. They have taken a old book apart and copied it. It is the original manuscript, the books are soft bound but very nice.

This email address for DeAnna is WRONG. Hopefully she will see this and give us her new email address.

     Bobbi Stockton



First Generation



    1. Thomas CROCKETT was born in 1609/1611. He died before 1679 in of Kittery, Maine.

CROCKETT FAMILY IN MAINE

    The first person bearing this surname to appear in New England was Thomas Crockett, who came over in a ship called the Pied Cow, as a servant of Capt. John Mason, the owner of the Piscataqua Plantation, in 1633. According to court dispositions he was born probably in Scotland, as early as 1606. He received of Ambrose Giddons, Mason's agent, 23, where he had "e weeks diet" of John Pickering at a cost of 12 shillings. He received a gift of land from Thomas Georges in 1641. Signed submission of York in 1652. His grant of land was the east side of Spruce Creek in Kittery, since called "Crockett's Neck." He was constable in 1657. Thomas lived at Warehouse Point in Kittery and his lands there were designed at Crockett'a neck, Crockett's Cove, and Crockett's Creeks; the two latter names to the same loccality at high and low water. North of the Neck there was an inlet know as Crockett's Brack Cove. When he died in 1679 his widow, Ann, admimistered on his estate, and was married before 1682 to Diggory Jeffreys of Kittery Point. She was living in 1712. His (Crockett's lands and Crockett's Neck were divided among his sons and sons-in- law. Here, then, we find the Scotchman who became the common progenitor of all who bear his surname in New England, seated by the seaside in "Old Kittery," and we may assume with plausability that he subsisted by using the hoe and fish-hook from 1633-1679, a period of 46 years and up to his age of 73 years. Thomas Crockett had a family of eight children of whom record has been found.
    Reference: The Crockett Family by Donna Hopkins Scott.

    Thomas married Ann GUNNISON . Ann was born in 1617 in of Kittery, Maine. She died in 1712.

    They had the following children:

      2.   M.   i.   Ephraim CROCKETT was born in 1641 in Kittery, Maine. He died in Jul 1678/1688.

    Ephraim Crockett, a son of Thomas Crockett and Ann, b. in Kittery, 1641, was a tailor by trade. He married before 1672, Ann_____ and had issue: Richard who settled in Exeter and Strattam, N.H.. amd whose wife was Deborah Haley, the daugghter of that Andrew Halley who was called the "King of the Isle of Scoals." Samuel Crockett, son of Richard, was the ancestor of the three Crockett families in Gorham, Me., of whom more presently. Ephraim Crockett's will was drawn 17 July 1678, and the inventory of his esatate dated 10 Sept. 1688. He gave his house, lands and salt marsh at Braveboat Harbor, which he purchased of Captain Champernown, for an inheritance to his eldest son Ephraim. He gave son Richard 40 acres lying near the "mast way" and one cow. To his daughters he gave 20 puonds each to be paid by Ephraim at the death of his widow. The will mentions and confirms a piece of land on his father's "neck" assigned as marriage portions to Ann Roberts and Sarah Parrot. Joshua Crockett, his brother, overseer of his will. Ephraim's scriptural name was perpetuated in the families of his descendants.

      Ephraim married Ann .

      3.   M.   ii.   Elihu CROCKETT was born about 1648. He died in 1688.

    Elihu Crockett, son of Thomas and Ann, deeded land in 1683 and was living in 1698.

      Elihu married Mary WINNOCK .

      4.   M.   iii.   Joseph CROCKETT died on 12 Mar 1713.

    Joseph Crockett, son of Thomas and Ann, married Hannah ______ and had a numerous family, probably four sons and six daughters, whose posterity is accounted for and their records preserved. He made his will 12 March 1713 in which he says, "For reasons best known to myself I bequeath to my son Ephraim" etc., a genuine " Crockett" expression.

      Joseph married Hannah CLEMENTS . Hannah was born about 1652. She died after 1717.

      + 5.   M.   iv.   Joshua CROCKETT was born about 1650. He died before 6 Jul 1719.

      6.   M.   v.   Hugh CROCKETT .

      7.   F.   vi.   Mary CROCKETT was born about 1656.

      Mary married Elisha BARTON .



Second Generation



    5. Joshua CROCKETT (Thomas) was born about 1650 in Kittery Point, York, Maine. He died before 6 Jul 1719.

    Joshua Crockett, Son of Thomas and Ann, married Sarah Trickey, daughter of Thomas Trickey of Bloody Point, before 19 May 1682. He died 6 July 1719, when his son John Crockett, who married Mary, the daughter of Nathaniel Knight of Scarbora, was mentioned; and this John was a shipwright in Falmouth in 1784. Another son of Joshua, probably his namesake Nathaniel (?) married Mary Bickford in Portsmouth, N.H. 8 Dec 1707.
    Reference: The Crockett Family by Donna Hopkins Scott.

    Joshua married Sarah TRICKEY daughter of Thomas TRICKEY before 19 May 1682. Sarah was born in 1661 in Dover, New Hampshire.

    They had the following children:

      8.   M.   i.   Joshua CROCKETT was born about 1683.

      Joshua married Mary BICKFORD on 8 Dec 1707.

      9.   M.   ii.   Thomas CROCKETT was born about 1686 in Kittery, York, Maine.

      10.   M.   iii.   Richard CROCKETT was born about 1689 in Kittery, York, Maine.

      Richard married Mary .

      11.   M.   iv.   Samuel CROCKETT was born about 1693 in Kittery, York, Maine.

      + 12.  M.   v.   John CROCKETT was born about 1695. He died in 1772.

      13.   F.   vi.   Elizabeth CROCKETT was born about 1700 in Kittery, York, Maine.

      Elizabeth married John FRY in 1720.

      14.   F.   vii.   Deborah CROCKETT was christened on 11 Mar 1715/1716.



Third Generation



    12. John CROCKETT (Joshua, Thomas) was born about 1695 in Kittery, Maine. He died in 1772 in North Haven, Maine.

    John married Mary KNIGHT daughter of Nathan KNIGHT and Mary WESTBROOK on 16 May 1718 in Newington, N, H. Mary was born about 1697 in Scarborough, Maine.

    They had the following children:

      + 15.  M.   i.   Nathaniel CROCKETT was christened on 31 Mar 1719.

      16.   F.   ii.   Mary CROCKETT was born on 2 Sep 1720 in Scarborough, Maine.

      17.   F.   iii.   Hannah CROCKETT was christened on 17 Nov 1734 in Scarborough, Maine.

      18.   M.   iv.   Jonathan CROCKETT was born about 1736 in Scarborough, Maine.

      19.   M.   v.   John CROCKETT was born on 14 Aug 1738 in Scarborough, Maine.

      John married Mary STARBIRD on 10 Feb 1766.



Fourth Generation



    15. Nathaniel CROCKETT (John, Joshua, Thomas) was christened on 31 Mar 1719 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. He died in Ash Point, Maine.

    Nathaniel married Margaret ANDREWS daughter of Johathan ANDREWS and Sarah Smith on 29 Oct 1740. Margaret was born about 1723 in Ipswick, Mass..

    They had the following children:

      20.   M.   i.   Jonathan CROCKETT was born on 2 Jul 1741 in Scarborough, Maine. He died on 20 Apr 1829.

      Jonathan married Elinor (Elionai) ROBBINS on 18 Jan 1763.

      21.   F.   ii.   Lucy CROCKETT was christened in 1743 in Scarborough, Maine.

      + 22.   M.   iii.   Isaac CROCKETT was born in 1746.

      23.   F.   iv.   Margaret (Nabby) CROCKETT was christened in 1748 in Scarborough, Maine.

      24.   M.   v.   Nathaniel CROCKETT was christened on 25 Apr 1750 in Scarborough, Maine.

      Nathaniel married Eunice COOPER, July 5, 1771, she was born Nov. 2, 1754. Brookfield, Worchester Co., Mass.


This is where Bruce Crockett joins our Crockett line. Click here To view his descending line of Nathaniel and Eunice. If you have any question you can reach him at this email address: bruce_stacey70@hotmail.com



      25.   F.   vi.   Lydia CROCKETT was christened on 29 Aug 1759 in Stroudwter, Maine.

      Lydia married David WOOSTER .

      26.   F.   vii.   Polley CROCKETT was christened on 29 Aug 1759 in Stroudwater, Maine.

      27.   M.   viii.   David CROCKETT was christened on 29 Aug 1759 in Stroudwater, Maine.



Fifth Generation



    22. Isaac CROCKETT (Nathaniel, John, Joshua, Thomas) was born in 1746 in Falmouth, Maine.

    Isaac married Susanna HOOPER daughter of James HOOPER about 1769. Susanna was born in 1744 in Vinal Haven, Maine.

    They had the following children:

      28.   M.   i.   Solomon CROCKETT was born about 1770. Solomon married Ruth MORRIS on 20 Oct 1790.

      + 29.   M.   ii.   Isaac CROCKETT was born about 1772. He died before 1806.

      Isaac married Hannah RENDELL on 13 Nov 1792.

      30.   M.   iii.   John CROCKETT was born about 1774.

      John married (1) Susanna CARLETON on 9 Nov 1801.

      John married (2) Rebecca CARTER 24 Npv 1829.

      + 31.   M.   iv.   James CROCKETT was born on 27 Apr 1777. He died on 14 Jan 1851.

      32.   M.   v.   Ephraim CROCKETT was born about 1778.

      Ephraim married Lydia HERRICK on 3 Jul 1802.

      33.   F.   vi.   Deborah CROCKETT was born about 1782.

      Deborah married Justice AMES on 10 Mar 1810.

      34.   M.   vii.   William CROCKETT was born about 1784.

      William married Huldah in 1808.



Sixth Generation



    29. Isaac CROCKETT Jr. was born about 1772. He died before 1806.

    Isaac married Hannah RENDELL on 13 Nov 1792.

    Isaac and Hannah had the following children:

      35.   M.   i.   Isaac CROCKETT III, born in 1792? in Vinalhaven.

      He married Hannah ALLEN in 1817, She was born 1796.


Cheryl Silverman joins the Crockett line here with Isaac Crockett and Hannah Allen, you can contact her for more information at: chersilverman@optonline.net

    31. James CROCKETT (Isaac, Nathaniel, John, Joshua, Thomas) was born on 27 Apr 1777 in Vinal Haven, Maine. He died on 14 Jan 1851 in Vinal Haven, Maine.

    James married Elizabeth BRACKETT daughter of Zachariah BRACKETT and Sally BROWN on 6 Nov 1802 in Vinal Haven, Maine. Elizabeth was born on 20 Feb 1777 in Cape Cod, Mass.. She died on 13 May 1839 in Vinalhaven, Maine.

    They had the following children:

      36.   M.   i.   James CROCKETT was born on 30 Dec 1803. He died on 30 Dec 1863.

      James married Lucy YOUNG on 26 Jan 1826.

      + 37.   M.   ii.   David CROCKETT was born on 30 Dec 1806. He died on 12 Apr 1876.


Bonnie and Cloyd NELSON joins the Crockett line here with David CROCKETT. You can contact them for more information conserning this line of Crockett's at: cavalas@msn.com

      38.   F.   iii.   Eliza CROCKETT was born on 9 Dec 1808.

      39.   M.   iv.   Thomas CROCKETT was born on 9 Oct 1811.

      40.   F.   v.   Roxana CROCKETT was born on 11 Oct 1813.

      41.   M.   vi.   Oliver CROCKETT was born on 15 Jun 1816. He died on 6 Feb 1890.

      Oliver married Elizabeth INGERSOLL OR INGERSON on 9 Dec 1841.

      42.   F.   vii.   Katherine CROCKETT was born on 31 Aug 1818. She died on 16 Jun 1872.

      Katherine married Jabez LEADBETTER on 10 Nov 1860.



Seventh Generation



    35. Isaac CROCKETT III, born in 1792? in Vinalhaven.

    He married Hannah ALLEN in 1817, She was born 1796.

    Isaac and Hannah had the following children:

      43.   M.   i.   John R. CROCKETT, Born May 16 1833 on Isle Au Haut, Buried in Beech Hill Cemetery in Northport, Maine.

      John married Sarah Jane PHILBROOK, on May 10 1856, She was born Feb 27 1838 Vinalhaven and died July 15 1936 Northport, Maine. Buried in Beech Hill Cemetery in Northport, Maine.

    37. David CROCKETT (James, Isaac, Nathaniel, John, Joshua, Thomas) was born on 30 Dec 1806 in Vinal Haven, Maine. He died on 12 Apr 1876 in Logan, Utah.

Picture of David Crockett

    David lived with his parents in Vinal haven Maine. His mothers brother, Justice Ames was the first one on the Fox Islands to join the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Elder Wilford Woodruff, later President of the Church was the first one to take the Gospel to the islands of the sea to the Fox Islands. Lydia Young met David while visiting with relatives in Vinal Haven. Their romance developed into marriage. One of their children was named Wilford Woodruff Crockett. President Woodruff gave him his blessing and named him. The family felt the urge to join the main body of the Church. The relatives and friends that couldn't except the gospel at that time made it quite miserable for them. They were sure this Crockett family was really lost. David and his family left their loved ones and their home and traveled to Ohio to join the church members there, but they were already leaving and coming to Nauvoo; so they came on to Nauvoo, Ill.. Two of the children, Debra Athenia and Barbara Young were born in Nauvoo. The family was there two years and were eye-witnesses to, and sharers of the manifold hardships that were endured on church members from the wicked people that tried to stop the work of the Lord. They left with the great exodus in 1846. They were in Iowa when their next child was born. They made their living by farming on shares, until the spring of 1849. In April of that year they traveled to the Missouri River where they remained until 4 July 1849, and on that day they left for Salt Lake Valley. They arrived 19 Oct 1849 on Alvin's 18th birthday. They came in the Williard Richards Company. "The company moved on over the sandy desert, each day travelling as fast as possible to reach the nearest place of water and then often either not finding any or finding it so muddy they couldn't use it. When it was a necessity to use it they would use their precious oatmeal and boil the muddy water in it so the mud would settle to the bottom--then they would make " Mormon tea" from the water on the top. This tea was made with the water and a little milk or cream and sweetened with homey or sugar. They experienced hunger, cold, heat, sorrow, and gladness. It was a very weary journey, often they would pass many strange and awful sights--such as burial grounds of the saints, and demolished cabins. Then they would be afraid to sing a round the campfire at night or play games to keep their spirits up, or even do much cooking, for fear the Indians would see their smoke from the fires and raid them. Their shoes were completely worn out from walking. Sometimes they would only get to rest and ride on the wagon tongue for a short period. There was one particular time along the way that they had travelled so far without finding water that the people all became so discouraged that finally when they stopped to look around again for signs of water, Lydia went off by herself to pray, and she prayed in all sincerity that they might be directed to a place where they could find water. She plead with the Lord and told him she knew that he knew how badly they were in need of water. When she rose form her knees she felt light-hearted and she knew her prayers were about to be answered. She walked a short distance from where she had been kneeling and called to the men to bring her a shovel and she could direct them where to find water. They were all amazed but followed her instructions and soon struck a small spring of water. Everyone was rejoycing and thanking their Heavenly Father for this modern day miracle. The spring was marked and all the Saints coming along that trail were able to get water. (This story has been told in the family ever since and many of the latter Crockett famillies have looked up this little spring. In 1953 it was brought out in our Reunion that it had been located in our generation). There was much rejoycing in the Company when the Rocky Mountains came into view. The mornings were getting much colder, and some mornings when they would be starting out there would be as much as a foot of snow."No one but those whom have walked our prairies in all kinds of weather, for days and weeks on end, where water is so scarce that the creek beds are reduced to Alkali water puddles, can ever imagine the beauty and glory of a real River. At the rivers we rested, washed our clothing and could go for a swim and bathing was wonderful. Even when we had to hold our breath and hurry right out". They arrived in Salt Lake City in Oct 1849. As soon as the Saints arrived in the Salt Lake Valley they revived throughout the entire Territory of Utah. Among the members of the Legion there was called a special group, known as the Minutemen, who were to be ready at any moment to render service in protection of the settlement. They were called out, often, to prevent Indian raids and to capture criminals, or to otherwise protect the community. Alvin Crockett was a member of this group. Johnston's Army was a group sent out by the government to quell the still outraged people of Nauvoo that still were not satisfied to think they were unable to do away completely with the Mormons, whom they had slain, murdered, and burned out of that territory. This army had many fine horses and the Militia formed a shewd plan to trick them. They took the horses available and rode up into Echo Canyon where they knew of a trail that they could go up, around, and down. They knew that the Johnston's Army could observe then from part of the trail. So for hours these few horsemen made these same rounds, up, around, and down. They accomplished their purpose-- the Army didn't realize they were being tricked and fled. (These things were told me by my mother Roxana Catherine Crockett and her brother Hyrum.) The family located in the 1st ward and after a great strugle they were successful in building up a comparatively comfortable home. President Brigham Young sent families of the Saints to settle various communities in the different parts of the state, and he sent the David Crockett family to Payson, Utah to help build up that section. David was elected to be the first Mayor of Payson; a position he held with dignity and honor. His wife Lydia, was a energetic soul, too, sharing these hard poineering times, doing everything within her ability to make all comfortable and happy. She studied everyting she could lay her hands on about and concerning medicine and cures for ailing people. She was what they called a mid-wife, doing everything a doctor and nurse combined do now. The only thing she lacked was a degree in medicine. She brought hundreds of babies and nursed countless hundreds of other sick people. No matter what they were afflected with, they always called her to come. Licensed doctors were a very scarce item in those days. David and Lydia moved to Logan after Alvin and his wife decided to move there. Their son Alvin had been elected first Mayor of Logan and they liked it in this vicinity. Lydia was called to the homes of the sick all over Cache Valley, which at that time extended clear up into " Gentile Valley" in Idaho. She was called all hours of the day and night, and would either ride a horse or take a the buggy and horse, depending on the weather. She would stay as long as she was needed. What did she receive as pay? If she was real lucky and they could afford it, they would give her a side of bacon, or maybe some dry beans or corn. Or if they were really grateful and could afford it, or had it to give, she would come home with a piece of ham. Great Grandma was a real Angel of Mercy. I have heard my aunts and mother tell that she had helped to bring more than 1,000 babies into the world. One year when she was Relief Society President she was on a float for the 4 July celebration. Alvin, the Mayor, was Marshall of the day. She talked with the Indians and they were able to understand her. She was a real lady! They were sealed 27 Feb 1853 in Salt Lake Endowment House and endowed and had their children sealed to them. Besides the thirteen children born to this couple they adopted a baby girl and named Lydia Mangreen . David took a secod wife in Polygamy before the Manifesto; she was Lucinda Ellsworth. She was a good Aunt Lucinda to Lydia's children.
    REFERENCE; The Crockett Family by Donna Hopkins Scott. pp.14c, 14d, 14e.

    David married (1) Lydia YOUNG daughter of Samuel YOUNG and Lydia AMES on 20 Dec 1830. Lydia was born on 20 Jul 1812 in Vinal Haven, Maine. She died on 11 Mar 1888 in Logan, Utah.

Picture of Lydia Young

    They had the following children:

      44.   M.   i.   Alvin CROCKETT was born on 19 Oct 1831 in Vinal Haven, Maine. He died on 9 Jul 1902.

      Alvin married (1) Mary Sophia REED on 20 Jun 1852. Alvin married (2) Annie Naome PEEL on 29 Nov 1866.

      45.   F.   ii.   Sabrina CROCKETT was born on 31 Jan 1833 in Vinal Haven, Maine. She died on 26 Dec 1900.

      Sabrina married Jasper WILSON son of Whitford Gill WILSON and Mary SHEEHAND. Jasper was born about 1826 in Ohio.

      46.   F.   iii.   Rozana Catherine CROCKETT was born on 26 Sep 1834 in Vinal Haven, Maine. She died on 23 Nov 1900.

      Rozana married Charles MONTROSE in 1851.

      Their Childred were:

        1.Charles Elphonso Montrose m. Hannah May Miles.

        2.Esmah Badauro (Dora) Montrose, b. 12 May 1853, Salem, Ut.

        Dora married ( 1) abt. 1872 Sir John Leslie Mitchell

        Children of Dora and Sir Leslie Mitchell:

          1. Leslie Mitchell, (Morosco) b. abt. 1873

          2. Oliver Mitchell, (Morosco) b. 20 June 1875.


Tammi joins the Crockett line here with Oliver MITCHELL. You can contact her for more information conserning this line of Crockett's at: jonntami@big-river.net

        Dora married 2) abt. 1879, Joseph St. Mary, d. Los Angeles, Calif.

        Children of Dora and Joseph St. Mary:

          1. Ray Elleston Montrose St. Mary, b. 1 July 1880.

          2. Frankie St. Mary (Montrose) b. abt. 1883.

          3. Helene St. Mary (Montrose) b. abt. 1885.

          4. John Arusellis Montrose m. Harriet Amelia Horsley.

          5. Roxana Montrose m. Emmett Coffee.

      47.   F.   iv.   Melinda Melissa CROCKETT was born on 13 Jul 1836 in Vinal Haven, Maine. She died on 12 Feb 1895.

      Melinda married (1) Charles HANCOCK .

      Melinda married (2) Benjamin Brott ALVORD .

      48.   F.   v.   Lucinda Colehill CROCKETT was born on 21 Jan 1838 in Vinal Haven, Maine. She died on 16 Jan 1910.

      Lucinda married Nathaniel P. HAWS on 6 Mar 1852.

      49.   M.   vi.   Edwin Madsen CROCKETT was born on 14 Jun 1840 in Vinal Haven, Maine. He died on 29 Jul 1914.

      Edwin married Phoebe DAVIS in Nov 1873.

      50.   M.   vii.   Wilford Woodruff CROCKETT was born on 9 Jun 1842 in Vinal Haven, Maine. He died on 5 Jul 1907.

      Wilford married Mary MAHALA on 29 Jul 1860.

      51.   F.   viii.   Debra Athenia CROCKETT was born on 12 Apr 1844 in Nauvoo, Ill..

      52.   F.   ix.   Barbara Young CROCKETT was born on 5 Jun 1846 in Nauvoo, Ill.. She died in 1900.

      Barbara married Benjamin LEWIS in 1862.

      53.   M.   x.   David William CROCKETT was born on 13 Mar 1848 in Davis Co. Iowa. He died on 14 Feb 1873.

      Shot on streets of Logan by a drunken ruffian.

      54.   M.   xi.   Norman Victor CROCKETT was born on 14 Mar 1850 in Salt Lake City, Utah. He died on 2 Feb 1918.

      Norman married Erma Nondia EARL .

      55.   M.   xii.   Emer CROCKETT was born on 25 Feb 1852 in Payson, Utah. He died on 18 Aug 1920.

      Emer married Mary Ann SMITH .

      56.   M.   xiii.   Enos Samuel CROCKETT was born on 13 Mar 1856 in Payson, Utah. He died in 1857.

    David married (2) Lucinda Sophronia ELLSWORTH on 23 Jul 1856. She was born 1 Sept 1834, Oswego, N.Y., diedd 11 Dec 1915, Logan, Utah, D/O David Ellsworth and Diane Livengston.



Eigth Generation



    43. John R. CROCKETT, Born May 16 1833 on Isle Au Haut, Buried in Beech Hill Cemetery in Northport, Maine.

    John married Sarah Jane PHILBROOK, on May 10 1856, She was born Feb 27 1838 Vinalhaven and died July 15 1936 Northport, Maine. Buried in Beech Hill Cemetery in Northport, Maine.

    John and Sarah had the following children:

      57.   ?.   i.   UNKNOWN.

      58.   ?.   ii.  

      59.   M.   iii.   Alvin Stephen CROCKETT, Born 1860 Crockett's Cove, Vinalhaven, Maine, died Nov 2 1939 Northport, Maine, buried in Beech Hill Cemetery in Northport - on their gravestone, there is a Masonic symbol over Alvin's name.

        References:

        1900 Census, Lived in Vinahaven.
        1910 Census, Lived in Northport.

      He married Sarah Ann NORTON, Born April 5 1862 Vinalhaven, Maine D/O Warren NORTON, and Olive LAWRY, of Vinalhaven. Sarah died Mar 18 1948 in Camden, Maine, buried in Beech Hill Cemetery in Northport - on their gravestone, there is a Masonic symbol over Alvin's name.

      60.   ?.   iv.   UNKNOWN.

      61.   ?.   v.   UNKNOWN.

      62.   ?.   vi.   UNKNOWN.



    44. Alvin CROCKETT He was born 19 Oct 1831, Fox Islands, Vinal Haven, Knox Co., Maine.

    Alvin married (1) Mary Sophia REED, 20 June 1852,

    Alvin married plural (2) Annie Naomi PEEL, Aug 1866.

    Alvin and Mary had the following children:

      00.   F.   i.   Mary Sophia CROCKETT, She was born 8 June 1853, Payson, Utah, died 14 April 1908, Dingle, Bear Lake, Idaho.

      00.   M.   ii.   Alvin David CROCKETT, He was born 24 Oct 1854 Payson, Utah, died 1 Dec 1943 Preston, Idaho.

      Alvin married (1) Emma Hodges, 3 Jan 1876.

      Alvin married (2) Sarah Maughan ROBBINS, 18 Dec 1901.

      Alvin married (3) Amelia HOWELL, 16 Sept 1914.

      00.   M.   iii.   Ozro Ozias CROCKETT, He was born 29 Nov 1856 Provo, Utah, died 2 Oct 1930 Preston, Utah.

      Ozro married Ruth CLARKSON, 26 Dec 1878.

      00.   F.   iv.   Lydia Lovara CROCKETT, She was born 21 Oct 1858 Payson, Utah, died 30 May 1930 Pheonex, Arizona.

      Lydia married Archibald Orrell LAMOREAUX, 26 Dec 1878.

      00.   F.   v.   Delia Ann CROCKETT, She was born 21 Oct 1860 Logan, Utah, died 14 April 1926 Gridley, California.

      Delia married Edwin Morrell CURTIS, 25 July 1879.

      00.   F.   vi.   Nora Ellen CROCKETT, She was born 28 Dec 1862 Logan, Utah, died 30 Bov 1945 San Francisco, California.

      Nora married William Dewine REAM, 11 Nov 1885.

      00.   M.   vii.   George Emer CROCKETT, He was born 28 Nov 1865 Logan, Utah, died 22 Sept 1940 Salt Lake City, Utah.

      George married Isabelle Elizabeth ADAMS.

      00.   M.   viii.   William Joseph CROCKETT, He was born 10 Feb 1868 Logan, Utah, died 8 Dec 1934 Montpelier, Idaho.

      William married Mona Estelle LEE, 20 July 1891.

      00.   F.   ix.   Roxana Catherine CROCKETT, She was born 19 April 1870 Logan, Utah, died 12 Feb 1944 Salt Lake City, Utah.

      Roxana married John Henry HOPKINS, 21 Oct 1886.

      00.   M.   x.   Hyrum Enos CROCKETT, He was born 18 April 1873 Logan, Utah, died 23 Dec 1935 Logan, Utah.

      Hyrum married (1) Susie May FACER, 5 May 1897.

      Hyrum married (2) Susette TURNER, 6 Sept 1911.

      00.   M.   xi.   Frank Malden CROCKETT, He was born 29 Oct 1874, died 30 Sept 1875 Logan, Utah.

      00.   M.   xii.   Henry Wallace CROCKETT, He was born 10 Feb 1876 Logan, Utah, died 15 Oct 1922 Provo, Utah.

      Henry married Mary Ann TURNER, 9 Sept 1903.



    45. Sabrina CROCKETT was born on 31 Jan 1833 in Vinal Haven, Maine. She died on 26 Dec 1900.

    Sabrina married Jasper WILSON son of Whitford Gill WILSON and Mary SHEEHAND. Jasper was born about 1826 in Ohio.

    Sabrina and Jasper had the following children:

      + 55. F. i. Lydia Athena WILSON was born on 28 Mar 1852. She died on 2 Nov 1919.

      Lydia married (1) William David HICKEY.

      Lydia married (2) Alexander ST. MERRY (ST. Mary).

      + 56. F. ii. Sarah/Melinda (Maggie) WILSON was born about 1854 in Calif., died abt. 1883.

      Sarah/Melinda married Thomas STARR.

      + 57. M. iii. Whitford WILSON was born about 1857 in Cailf., died 1888 in Bakersfield, buried in Union Cemetery (died of "comsumption").

      Whitford married Josephine St. Merry (St. Mary).

      58. M. iv. Edwin WILSON was born about 1860 in Calif..

      59. M. v. Thomas J. WILSON was born about 1861 in Calif., died 19 May 1889 in Bakersfield, Calif..

      60. F. vi. Mary (Minnie) WILSON was born about 1864 in Calif., died 1879 of Typhoid, Bakersfield, Calif..

      61. M. vii. George W. WILSON was born about 1865 in Calif..

      62. F. viii. Helen/Grizzella WILSON was born in Oct 1869 in Calif., died 1879 of Typhoid.

      62. M. ix. Victor Wilson was born 1873.






Ninth Generation



    00. Roxana Catherine CROCKETT, She was born 19 April 1870 Logan, Utah, died 12 Feb 1944 Salt Lake City, Utah.

    Roxana married John Henry HOPKINS, 21 Oct 1886.


Stacy GRIFFITH joins the Crockett line here with Roxana and John Hopkins. She is the Granddaughter of Donna Hopkins Scott, who wrote the "The Crockett Family" Book. You can contact her for more information conserning this line of Crockett's at: stacey.griffith@gmail.com

    Roxana and John had the following children:

      John Byam HOPKINS, b. 1887.

      Barbara Roxana HOPKINS, b. 1889.

      Alvin LeRoy HOPKINS, b. 1892.

      Ozro Devine HOPKINS, b. 1894.

      Sybil Vione HOPKINS, b. 1896.

      Edna Louie HOPKINS, b. 1898.

      Edgar Lester HOPKINS, b. 1899.

      Leah Lovara HOPKINS, born after 1900.

      Wallace Henry HOPKINS, born after 1900.

      George Lee HOPKINS, born after 1900.

      Alta HOPKINS, born after 1900.

      Donna HOPKINS, born after 1900.




I don't put anyone born after 1900 on line.



 

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