Web Genealogy Project
Site Copyright © 2000-2009 by Mark A. Murphy; items copyrighted by cited sources in these research notes.
Researching mainly roots of Southern U.S. Murphys, Colonial Cranes and related families,
though many more are included herein. Be sure to use the search tool for text, or just browse.
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"God give me grace herein to look,
Not only to look, but to understand,
For learning is better than house or land."
-inscription in Mark A. Murphy (b. 1753) Family Bible (thanks Joe Murphy)
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Last Updated ye 25th of June
Year of Our Lord 2008
I hope you find a family member or lost relative!
Please note: not all persons listed on this site are necessarily related to me or my lines- MM
Notice & disclaimer: Though I have diligently tried to be accurate in my research, some of this information was given to me by others. I list the source whenever known, and point out inconsistencies wherever possible. I am providing this free information in the spirit of the Internet, data may be used by non-commercial entities, as long as my name, or the name of the material owner stated and email remain on all copied material. These electronic pages may NOT be reproduced in any format for profit or for presentation by other persons or organizations. Persons or organizations desiring to use this material for purposes other than stated above must obtain written consent from me. Blah blah blah damn lawyers. Don't be a thief. Donate items to the site, if they're relevant.
Site Copyright © 2000-2011 by Mark A. Murphy; items copyrighted by cited sources
in these research notes.
These pages respectfully prepared in memory
of our antecedents by:
Mark Alan Murphy
With much help from other
Cousins and Relatives especially Shirley Ann Murphy,
the late Luther Crane and family around the world and the world wide web. Also thanks to
Dr. Stephen E. Bradley, Jr., Beverly White and Betty Gilmer Lenz & many others. God bless you all.
"When we all get to heaven, what a day of rejoicing that will be." Methodist Hymnal
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