Links to Sites Awarded the Crabtree Award for Genealogy Excellence
Crabtree Family Roots- Source for history and genealogy of all branches of the Crabtree family around the world.
GenForum: Crabtree Genealogy Forum- Crabtree message boards with archives.
Ancestry.com: Crabtree Family History- Ancestry.com's surname information page for the Crabtree surname. Includes name origins and meaning, distribution maps, rocrds, message boards, etc.
FindAGrave: List of Crabtree Cemeteries- list of cemeteries that have Crabtree as part of the cemetery name. Links to each cemetery with individual intements listed.
Crabtree DNA Project at Family Tree DNA- The Crabtree DNA Project welcomes all participants. Participating is an opportunity to uncover information not provided in the paper records, which will help with your research of your family tree.
Crabtree One-Name Study- This is a one-name study of the Crabtree surname and its variants (although most of those had disappeared by the early 1700s). Hosted by the Guild of One-Name Studies and coordinated by Peter Crabtree.
Peter Crabtree's "Crabtree Family History"- Information on origins, distribution, DNA and several pages of Crabtree marriage tables from the United Kingdom. Also includes information about Peter's book, Crabtree: Dweller by the Wild Apple Tree
Crabtrees of Southwest Virginia- Complete, free, online transcription of one of the best known Crabtree genealogy books. This is a large file, so be prepared to wait a while for the download.
Crabtree Family of Wayne County, West Virginia- Complete, free, online transcription. William Crabtree I (1683-1756) and his family immigrated in 1705 from England to Kingsville, Baltimore County, Maryland. Descendants and relatives lived in Maryland, Virginia, Ohio and elsewhere. This is a large file, so be prepared to wait a while for the download.
Crabtree, Kenion, Monk family histories- Complete, free, online transcription. The Crabtree family of Orange County, North Carolina. Descendants of Abram and Molly Crabtree, who had at least five children: Susan (b. ca. 1802); Neb (b. ca. 1805); Thomas (b. ca. 1810); Stephen (b. ca. 1811); and William M. (b. ca. 1812). This is a large file, so be prepared to wait a while for the download.
Descendants of Sampson Crabtree of Newton County, Missouri- Descendants of Sampson Crabtree who came to Newton County, Missouri from Humphrey County, Tennessee between 1840 and 1850.
R.G. Crabtree's Research Notes- contains a wealth of research focusing on early Crabtree families of Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky, etc. Includes transcriptions of many early records.
Crabtrees in Ireland: Fáilte romhait Eiran Crabtree- A site to link Crabtrees of Irish birth and those who married into the family and their children whose roots lay in Ireland.
Maine Farmhouse Journal's Crabtree Family History- History of the New England branch of the Crabtree family which settled in Massachusetts and Maine. This is most likely a seperate branch from the more numerous Crabtree branch which settled initially in Maryland and spread throughout the United States. Both branches have their roots in the same Crabtree progenitors in Yorkshire, England, but likely descend from seperate Crabtree immigrants to the United States.
Crabtree Family of Hope, Maine- The Maine branch of Crabtrees
The Crabtree Houses of Hancock Point, Maine- Notes on eleven historic houses currently preserved in Hancock Point, Maine, which belonged to the sons and descendants of Captain Agreen Crabtree.
Study to determine which James Crabtree was the father of Joseph Crabtree- excellent study by James E. Davia, sorting out some of the early Crabtrees in America.
Wallens Creek Revenge: The Isaac Crabtree Story - interesting account of Isaac Crabtree, one of two survivors of the James Boone massacre.
Crabtree Family Papers 1777-1972- This collection at Utah State University contains the correspondence, family photos, family pedigrees, census records and notes that Charlotte Crabtree Fisher collected in her attempt to construct a Crabtree family tree.
Crabtree Genealogy- WikiTree- WikiTree is a community of genealogists on a mission to create a 100% free, single family tree. This is the Crabtree index.
A Crabtree Family in Burnely, Lancashire, England- Connections to Crabtrees of Burnley, Lancashire, England with links to Crabtrees in Australia and Tasmania. Be sure to click on the archive link at the bottom of the page. The link is easy to miss, but it includes hundreds of Crabtree births, baptisms, marriages, burials, etc from Lancashire.
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