Polly Masco1

F, #3174

Family

Stephen Crane b. about 1749, d. 24 January 1834
Children
Family BackgroundGrant - Klinger Ancestry and Allied Families
ChartsDescendants of Stephen Crane

KEY EVENTS:

     Polly and Stephen Crane were married.2
     
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NARRATIVE:

     In 1798, Polly and her husband, Stephen Crane probably moved to in Seneca County, New York. His brother, Ezekiel, had moved to the area 4 years earlier, being one of the earliest settlers of the region. Ezekiel settled on lot 48 in Tyre, while Stephen settled on lot 49. This same brother, Ezekiel, was unfortunately shot and killed by a local Indian in 1803.3
Last Edited20 Jul 2016

Citations

  1. [S1128] Supposition made by Author (Seattle, Washington) based on the preponderance of evidence. No record definitively establishing parentage has been found.
  2. [S1055] Supposition made by Author (Seattle, Washington) based on the preponderance of evidence. No marriage record has been found.
  3. [S1463] History of Seneca Co., New York: with illustrations descriptive of the scenery, palatial residences, public buildings, fine blocks and important manufactories (Philadelphia: Everts, Ensign & Everts, 1876), p. 124. Hereinafter cited as History of Seneca County, NY.
  4. [S1463] History of Seneca Co., New York: with illustrations descriptive of the scenery, palatial residences, public buildings, fine blocks and important manufactories (Philadelphia: Everts, Ensign & Everts, 1876), p. 107. Hereinafter cited as History of Seneca County, NY.