Elizabeth J Marshall (1913 - 2000) lived her dream. She
started her interest in family trees from high school until her death
and wanted to put her findings into print for her nieces and nephews.
Her husband Walter Marshall joined her in this endeavor. She is
admired for her hard work and has provided many hours of enjoyment and
discussion through her books. Some of the other books in hard cover
are Our Family Heritage which includes the families of Mervins,
Goodisons, Toomers, Nicoles and a book entitled The Brown Family.
This book has included Crew Crewe Carew families from
the 1770 - when the book was put into publication. it was thought that
Samuel Crewe Sr. was a master craftsman in County Cork, Ireland only a
few miles from Blarney Castles and its famous blarney stone. This
Samuel went to Tetbury, Glousestershire, England to take care of and
service the building on a Duke’s large estate. Samule and his wife,
Roseann, had a family of 12 sons and one daughter. The daughter married
Lord Ellards and went to Dublin, Ireland to live. It is thought that
all twelve sons found their way to North America. Some relatives have
been traced to the Pennsylvania area and Canada, particularly
The spelling varies from Crew, Crewe and Carew and in the
book you will find the believed various reasons.
In this book you will find some information and pictures
on the following families: Samuel and Ann Crew, Ypsilanti 1840 census,
Crew Homestead, Crests of Carew, Crewe and Carew; Henry Crew, John Crew, Mayme Carew, Harris Carew, Samuel 11, Edward Crew, Henry J Crew, Nellie
Chase, Mollie Whalen, Richard Crew, George Crew, Middleton, Morley, Alex
Crewe, Dexter Crewe, Minnie Hyatt, Annie Goodison, Will Crewe, Milton
Crewe, Port Crewe, Erosion, Wheatly, Wesley Church, S.S. #2 E. Tilbury
East and Raliegh, Royal Acorn, Port Alma, Merlin, Glenwood, Baddertown,
Erie Cemetary Chart and various pictures of Port Crewe Fishery.
A copy of this book is
available at the Mormon Church Family History Library at Salt Lake City. You
can also get a copy of the book if you contact Nola Crewe of Toronto.
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