Mary Edith Crombie1

F, b. 17 November 1880, d. 25 February 1976
     Mary Edith Crombie was born on 17 November 1880 in Queensland.1,2 She was the daughter of William Crombie and Margaret Anne Cameron.1 Mary Edith Crombie married Charles Constantine Warren, son of James Warren and Margaret Brough, on 25 September 1901 in The Presbyterian Church, Wickham Terrace, Brisbane, Queensland,

WEDDINGS.
Warren-Crombie.

The wedding of Mr. Charles Constantine Warren, third son of the late James Warren, of Garrendenny, Queen's County, Ireland, to Miss Mary Edith Crombie was celebrated in the Wickham-terrace Presbyterian Church yesterday afternoon, by the Rev. W. Sweyn Macqueen. The bride is the youngest daughter of the late William Crombie, of Greenhills station, Muttaburra. Her father was born in Fifeshire, and educated at St Andrews, in that county. He arrived in Victoria about the year 1863, and joined his brother, the late James Crombie, M. L. A. for the Warrego, in farming pursuits in the State. He came to Queensland in 1863, and joined with his brother and the late D.C. Cameron in the purchase of Barcaldine Downs station. Mrs William Crombie was a daughter of the late D.C. Cameron, and sister of Mr. John Cameron, of Kensington Downs, and now member for Brisbane North. The friends of the bride had decorated the alter rails with a profusion of white flowers, and a large floral wedding-bell was suspended over the bride and bridegroom. Mr. C.H. Allan presided at the organ.

The young bride was given away by her aunt, Mrs. James Crombie, and looked very handsome in her beautiful wedding gown of cream brocaded merv, the long-trained skirt frilled at the foot with delicate embossed lisse, a scroll pattern of narrow chiffon ruchings relieving the plain sheath like effect. The sleeves were of transparent embossed chiffon, and the yoke of the same delicate fabric, swathed lightly with a chiffon fichu, upon which a long spray of orange blossoms rested; long stole ends of gathered chiffon completed the good effect. The veil of embossed tulle was worn with a coronet of bridal flowers, and her shower bouquet and diamond bangle and brooch were the gifts of the bridegroom. Two sisters and two cousins attended as bridesmaids - the Misses May, Janet, Jessie, and Beatrice Crombie. The bridegroom was attended by Mr. J.E. Trude as best man and by Messrs. Hart, Crombie, and Crouch as groomsmen.

Her bridesmaids looked very charming in their simple white flocks of fine Persian lawn, the tucked frille on the foot of the skirt edged with lace, wide insertions of Mechlin lace adorning the upper part in tunic design; the bodices were inserted with the same beautiful lace, a full jabot ornamenting the front; folded white chiffon fichus gave a finishing touch to the pretty costumes. The hats were not similar, but showed characteristic touches of colour. Miss Crombie's white crinoline hat had a beefeater crown swathed in white tulle over geranium foliage and buds, a butterfly bow of pink satin ribbon in front and geraniums on the hair. Miss Jessie Crombie's toque is of white chiffon under gold bullion, the crown formed of large pink roses with diamond centres and foliage, choux of pink and white ribbon in front. Miss Janet's picture hat had the crown of white satin straw, a brim of pink rose petals over white chiffon underbrim, butterfly bow of white glace and steel buckle. Miss Beatrice's hat was of fancy straw flared from the face and lined with white tulle. A scarf of white tulle was thrown lightly over a trail of large white marguerites, a jet buckle and rosette of pink ribbon rested on the coiffure. The bridesmaids carried posies of pink and red roses, pink carnations, and foliage, tied with pink satin loops and streamers, which, together with their "Nellie Stewart" bangles, were presents from the bridegroom. Their pearl and turquoise brooches were presented by the bride.

Mrs Crombie, aunt of the bride, wore a rich-looking gown of black matelasse silk outlined with narrow steel fringe, opening over a vest of tucked white chiffon, the under skirt of black satin was closely ornamented with black guipure; her black bonnet of jet and fisher's net was relieved by a touch of silver. Mrs. Cameron, of Fairholme, Toowoomba, the stately grandmother of the bride, wore a black Princess robe appliqued with guipure and lace, and a beautiful cream guipure collarette, showing black sequins, and a small black bonnet to harmonise. Mrs. Sword aunt of the bride, was in French gray voile, opening over a pink chiffon vest; her becoming black and white straw hat was swathed in black Chantilly lace over white tulle; deep red and pink roses made a pretty contrast to the blue gown Mrs. Beauchamp Cameron's stylish gown was of cobalt blue voile, the Venetian sleeves slashed with white silk and white guipure, the three flounces on the skirt strapped with blue stitched glace; her black fancy straw hat was lined with pink chiffon, trimmed with black tulle and sequinned net, sprays of pink cluster roses.

Mr. and Mrs. Heussler were among the guests, their daughter (Mrs John Cameron) looking very nice in mauve silk, patterned in corded stripers, the bodice appliqued in a deeper shade and worn with a violet velvet belt, which colour was repeated on the white fancy straw hat, which was swathed in mauve spotted tulle.

Mrs. Bailey, sister of the bridegroom, was in a stylish gray gown outlined with cream guipure; her hat was swathed tulle and garlanded with bright flowers. Mrs. Graham Hart and her daughters were among the guests, Miss Kathleen in a pretty white lawn, the trained skirt inserted with black lace; black Leghorn hat and plumes. Miss Mildred wore a very becoming flat hat in bright magenta-pink, with her soft white gown.

Mrs William Graham and her daughters made another family group, Mrs Carew-Smyth wearing cream veiling and a white glace silk blouse minutely corded and tucked, and one of the new flat double-leafed hats swathed in white tulle, the brim garlanded with daisies. Miss Graham, Miss M. Stewart-Graham, and Miss Hassall were in their bridesmaid's dresses worn at Mrs. Carew Smyth's wedding.

Mrs. Milman, in handsome black costume and cream duchesse lace, was accompanied by her daughters Miss Milman wearing a bright pink floral muslin, and fawn chiffon hat with gold tracing of floral ornamentation; her sister, in a very pretty grown of transparent white mousseline de soie, much inserted with lace, over very pale blue glace silk. Mrs. A. McDowall was accompanied by her son, Mr. V. McDowall; her pretty gown of white floral patterned foulard was strapped and tabbed with mauve glace, her small Princess bonnet harmonised in touches of pink and green with the colours of the gown. Mrs. A.J. Callan had a handsome gown of black grosgrain, much tucked and corded, the bolero being of Russian net applique; her black jetted bonnet was brightened with cut-steel buckles. Miss May Goggs wore a floral muslin, the triple deep flounces outlined with scarlet; a flat chiffon hat, with triple-frilled brim outlined with black bebe velvet and sprays of flowers and foliage. Mrs. Macqueen's elegant trained gown of black merv. was closely tucked and inserted with cream guipure; her becoming hat in the new flat shape, had the brim garlanded with purple orchids. Miss Macintosh had a very pretty gown in pastel-green-shade, the skirt prettily frilled with embroidered lisse; her rustic straw hat was garlanded with roses. Mrs. Hardie looked well in blue glace, veiled in white net applique; and toque of fancy straw, ornamented with blue glace and pink roses.

After the ceremony the guests, who were chiefly relatives and very old friends of the family, were entertained by Mrs. James Crombie at Oriel, Albion, where the wedding breakfast was served in Eachenhagen's best style, who also furnished the handsome wedding cake. As an old friend of the family, the Hon. A.J. Callan was privileged to propose the health of the bride. In returning thanks, the bridegroom proposed the health of the bridesmaids to which Mr Trude responded. The Rev. Sweyn Macqueen proposed the health of Mrs Cameron the grandmother of the bride, to which her son, Mr John Cameron, made a happy response. Dr. Hardie proposed the health of Mrs James Crombie, her son, Mr Donald Crombie, responding.

Mr and Mrs Warren will make a trip to the South and will visit Tasmania and New Zealand. The bride travelled in a pretty blue gown of satin spotted canvas, appliqued with cream guipure, the stylish little bolero having deep revers of cream satin veiled in cream guipure, her becoming pink straw hat was turned off the face, with under-brim of tucked white chiffon draped with embroidered lisse, large pale pink and blue roses nestled on the hair and the whole was toned with a band of black velvet round the crown, fastened with a diamond ornament.

The presents were numerous and much admired. Cheques were sent by Mr. and Mrs. Sword, Mr. J. Cameron, Mr. and Mrs. W. Cameron, Mr. D. C. K. Cameron, Dr. Warren (brother of the bridegroom), Mrs. Cameron, Mr. and Mrs. Beauchamp Cameron, Mr. Crombie, Mrs. Bridges. Other donors of presents were: The Misses and Master Sword, Messrs. J. C. Cameron-Crombie, D. W. A. Crombie, W. D. Crombie, James Crombie, Mr. Percy Hart, Mrs. Hart, Mrs. Heussler, Miss and Mr. Bernays, Mr. and Mrs. W. Johnston, Mr. Walker, Dr. and Mrs. Gibson, Mr. A. A. Donaldson, Miss Ford, Mrs. and Miss Avery, Misses Townley, Mrs. Hassell, Miss Hassell, Mr. Rex. Kennedy, Mr. Max. Graham, Miss Meta Cameron, Mr. Thornton, Misses and Master Cameron. Mr. and Mrs. Bailey, Mrs Lawrence, Dr. and Mrs. Berry, Mr. J. E. Trude, Miss Nicholson, Miss R. Nicholson, Mrs. J. Cameron, Dr. and Mrs. Hardie, Mr. L. H .C. Morgan, Mrs. Rendall, Mrs. Milman, Mrs. Edkins, Rev. and Mrs. Macqueen, Mr. Bright, Mr. Power, Miss May Goggs, Miss Mollie Graham, Percy Cameron, Miss Macdiarmid, Miss Macdonald, Miss E. Milman, Miss Munro, Miss Abercrombie, Mr. and Mrs. W. Cameron, Mr. F. Nicholson, Mr. and Mrs. H. Robinson, Miss L. Grant, Mr. and Mrs. McDowall, Mr and Mrs Miles, Mr. and Misses Macintosh, Mr. Wallace, Mrs Carew Smyth, Mr. Val. McDowall, Mr Wardrop Hill, Miss and Master Miles, Miss Dobinson, Miss Gibson, Miss Foxton, Miss Hart.

The bride's robe, travelling costume, trousseau dreses, and bridesmaids' dresses, and all the millinery were designed and made by Messrs. James Chapman and Co., of queen street. Messrs. Grmies and Petty were responsible for some of the guests' dresses , the bride's and bridesmaids' bouquets from London-American florists, others from Spry and Co. The Brisbane Courier, 26 September 1901.3,4

Mary Edith Crombie died on 25 February 1976 at the age of 95.1

Children of Mary Edith Crombie and Charles Constantine Warren

Citations

  1. [S6] Crombie-Sewell Family tree in the possession of John Rees.
  2. [S232] Ancestry.com, Australia Birth Index, 1788-1922.
  3. [S232] Ancestry.com, Australia Marriage Index, 1788-1950.
  4. [S205] Newspaper, Queensland Figaro, 26 September 1901.

Mary Wailan Crombie1

F, b. 17 July 1869
     Mary Wailan Crombie was born on 17 July 1869 in Tivoli Place, South Yarra, Victoria.2,1,3 She was the daughter of Edward Ellice Crombie and Jessie Watson.2

Citations

  1. [S232] Ancestry.com, Australia Birth Index, 1788-1922.
  2. [S94] 1891 British Census, Class: RG12; Piece: 118; Folio 183; Page 54; GSU roll: 6095228.
  3. [S205] Newspaper, he Argus, 19 July 1869.

Sgt. Mervyn Cobbe Crombie1

M, b. 26 May 1920, d. 12 June 1941
     Sgt. Mervyn Cobbe Crombie who was also known as "Peak" Crombie.1 He was born on 26 May 1920.2 He was the son of David William Alexander Crombie and Phoebe Janet Arbuthnot. Sgt. Mervyn Cobbe Crombie died on 12 June 1941 in Ismalia, Egypt, at the age of 21 killed in an aircraft accident whilst serving in the R.A.A.F.3 He was buried in 6. E. 2. Ismailia War Memorial Cemetery, Egypt.

Citations

  1. [S47] James Cameron & Archer, Sarah Beatrice Cameron Crombie, The Crombies and Camerons, p. 69.
  2. [S6] Crombie-Sewell Family tree in the possession of John Rees.
  3. [S47] James Cameron & Archer, Sarah Beatrice Cameron Crombie, The Crombies and Camerons, p. 67.

Mildred Judith Cameron Crombie

F, b. 24 June 1909, d. 13 May 1936
     Mildred Judith Cameron Crombie was born on 24 June 1909 in Brisbane. She was the daughter of Donald Charles Cameron Crombie and Mildred Ida Lloyd Hart. Mildred Judith Cameron Crombie died on 13 May 1936 in Brisbane at the age of 26.

Peter Kirk Crombie

M, b. 26 January 1922, d. 2 October 1942
     Peter Kirk Crombie was born on 26 January 1922 in Brisbane.1 He was the son of James Crombie and Amy Gladys Kirk Flower. On 1942 he entered military service as a Sgt/Pilot R.A.A.F.2 Peter Kirk Crombie died on 2 October 1942 at the age of 20 reported missing in Australian waters. He was on the last training flight of his course and is believed to have died in the Bass Strait. Died unmarried.1,2

Citations

  1. [S6] Crombie-Sewell Family tree in the possession of John Rees.
  2. [S47] James Cameron & Archer, Sarah Beatrice Cameron Crombie, The Crombies and Camerons, p. 69.

Richard Cameron Crombie1

M
     Richard Cameron Crombie died "died very young."1

Citations

  1. [S6] Crombie-Sewell Family tree in the possession of John Rees.

Sarah Beatrice Cameron (Sal) Crombie

F, b. 5 March 1907
     Sarah Beatrice Cameron (Sal) Crombie was born on 5 March 1907 in Indooroopilly. She was the daughter of Donald Charles Cameron Crombie and Mildred Ida Lloyd Hart. Sarah Beatrice Cameron (Sal) Crombie married Sir Archibald A. Archer K.C., C.M.G., son of Robert Stubbs Archer and Alice Marie Marwedel, on 17 August 1930 in Greenhills Homestead.

Wallace John Crombie1

M, b. 21 May 1873
     Wallace John Crombie was born on 21 May 1873 in Govan, Lanarkshire.1 He was the son of William Reid Crombie and Isabella Macdonald.1

Citations

  1. [S89] Family Search, Scotland Births and Baptisms, 1564-1950.

William Crombie

M, b. 30 March 1839, d. 15 April 1898
     William Crombie was born on 30 March 1839 in Kilminning Farm, Crail, Fife.1,2 He was the son of David Guillan Crombie and Janet Campbell (Jessie) Webster. William Crombie was christened on 13 May 1839 at Crail, Fife.1 He emigrated in 1857 arriving in Victoria on the ship Turon on 7th January 1858. A family tale says that the first ship William attempted to sail on was wrecked upon leaving England and that he nearly drowned.3 He married Margaret Anne Cameron, daughter of Donald Charles Cameron and Margaret Anne Moore, on 22 July 1874 in the Presbyterian Church, Ipswich, Queensland.3 William Crombie died on 15 April 1898 in Greenhills, Queensland, at the age of 59 of dengue fever, and was buried in the graveyard there.3,4

Children of William Crombie and Margaret Anne Cameron

Citations

  1. [S89] Family Search, Old parochial registers, 1655-1857 Church of Scotland. Parish Church of Crail.
  2. [S92] Various Editors, Australian Dictionary of Biography, Vol. 8. p 155.
  3. [S6] Crombie-Sewell Family tree in the possession of John Rees.
  4. [S47] James Cameron & Archer, Sarah Beatrice Cameron Crombie, The Crombies and Camerons, p. 45.

William Claude David Crombie

M, b. 8 January 1881, d. 26 August 1956
William Claude David Crombie
(1881 - 1955)
as a baby
Claude Crombie's signature
     William Claude David Crombie always called Claude Crombie. He was born on 8 January 1881 in Simla, India, though the registration of his death gives a date four days earlier.1 He was the son of Lt. Colonel Alexander Crombie CB, MD and Zébée Minto Bell.2 William Claude David Crombie married firstly Edith Mary Lawrence in 1908. On his Officer's Declaration for the Canadian Expeditionary Force, dated 22 October 1917, Capt. Crombie gives his address as Winnipeg, Manitoba and his wife's as being in Vancouver, British Columbia. He appears to have about four and a half years of military service, the first three years with the 27th Light Horse. He gives his trade or calling as "farmer." William Claude David Crombie married secondly Florence Wilson. William Claude David Crombie died on 26 August 1956 in North Vancouver at the age of 75.3

Major William Claude David Crombie was The Shipping Federation's labour manager. A farmer from Saskatchewan, member of the 27th Light Horse based in Moose Jaw, and a veteran of the Great War, Crombie was hired by waterfront employers right after the war to look after 'protection and protective measures' during the tumultuous days of the national labour revolt. During the 1923 strike, he was the personal driver and bodyguard for several members of the Shipping Federation and, at the tail end of the fifty-three day conflict, 'took over the employment end of the game' as despatcher. A year later he was promoted to labour manager, a position that paid approximately $350 per month, which was about three times what the highest-earning longshoreman earned. 'Industrially the Federation is attempting to work along new lines and I must give the members of the Federation all credit in backing up my proposals and schemes in many cases,' Crombie wrote to a friend in Regina shortly after assuming his new job, 'cases| which may appear to some of the old employers of labor unusual and unconservative.' Although the composition of the Shipping Federation's board of directors changed constantly over the course of the 1920s and 1930s, Crombie remained labour manager throughout this entire period. As a consequence, he played a pivotal role in the organization's shift to welfare capitalism and decasualization. Some considered him the 'King Bee of the Waterfront,' a nick name that captured his heightened stature on the job [after the 1923 strike. 'Major Crombie was the main guy,' longshoreman Harry Walters recollected. 'You had to go to him if you wanted in the union.' Andrew Parnaby, Citizen docker: making a new deal on the Vancouver waterfront, 1919-1939, p. 20.

Children of William Claude David Crombie and Edith Mary Lawrence

Citations

  1. [S205] Newspaper, Times of India, 17 January 1881.
  2. [S6] Crombie-Sewell Family tree in the possession of John Rees.
  3. [S34] Unverified internet information, http://search.bcarchives.gov.bc.ca/sn-4035AF1/view/Deaths
  4. [S12] Christopher John Rees, CJR family tree.

William David Crombie1

M, b. 4 July 1882, d. 24 February 1949
     William David Crombie was born on 4 July 1882 in Queensland.1 He was the son of William Crombie and Margaret Anne Cameron.1 William David Crombie married Janet Wilmina (Mina) Macdonald, daughter of Alex R. Macdonald, on 4 June 1913 in St. Andrew's Church, Brisbane, they established a farmstead at the remote Maranthona, near Longreach (precisely on the tropic of Capricorn, in Queensland.)2 William David Crombie died on 24 February 1949 in Queensland at the age of 66.1
OBITUARY


Mr. W. D. CROMBIE

Mr. William David Crombie, Maranthona, Longreach, died in Brisbane on February 24, aged 66.

A popular grazier of the Central-west for many years, the late Mr. Crombie commenced his pastoral life as a jackeroo on Greenhills and Kensington Downs, which were owned by his relatives. In 1911 he and his three sisters took up Maranthona, a resumption of Greenhills, which had been unselected for some time. Later he acquired the sole rights of the property, and was active in its management until a few months ago.
Mr. Crombie was a member of Longreach Shire Council for 20 years, and in his work for the community was as efficient as he was in the management of his own property. In 1913 he married Miss Janet Wilma Macdonald, of Brisbane, who with two sons and two daughters survives him. The sons are Mr. Mac (Bimerah, Longreach) and Dr. A. Crombie, Ph.D., a research scientist at Cambridge University. The daughters are Mrs. Nancy Macdonald (Peachester) and Mrs. Margaret Bell (Brisbane). Queensland Country Life, 10 March 1949.3

Children of William David Crombie and Janet Wilmina (Mina) Macdonald

Citations

  1. [S6] Crombie-Sewell Family tree in the possession of John Rees.
  2. [S205] Newspaper, The Brisbane Courier, 11 June 1913.
  3. [S205] Newspaper, Queensland Country Life, 10 March 1949.

William Guillan Crombie1

M, b. 1 September 1786, d. 8 May 1859
     William Guillan Crombie is also recorded as William Crammy.1 He was born on 1 September 1786 in Kettle, Fife.2 He was the son of John Crombie and Elizabeth Guillan.1 William Guillan Crombie was baptised on 3 September 1786 at Kettle, Fife.1 He died on 8 May 1859 in View Forth Cottage, Pittenweem, at the age of 72 of dropsy. A widower.3 and is buried in the churchyard, Pittenweem.3

Citations

  1. [S470] Scotland, Old Parish Registers, 438/ 0020 0363.
  2. [S89] Family Search, Scotland Births and Baptisms, 1564-1950.
  3. [S90] Scotland, Statutory Register Index Deaths, 1859 CROMBIE, WILLIAM GUILLAN (Statutory registers Deaths 452/ 13).

William Hamilton Crombie1

M, b. 19 April 1877
     William Hamilton Crombie was born on 19 April 1877 in Glasgow.1,2 He was the son of William Reid Crombie and Isabella Macdonald.1 William Hamilton Crombie married Juliana Rogers, daughter of Philip C. Rogers and Julia Havanaugh, on 26 September 1914 in Manhattan, New York.3,4

Citations

  1. [S50] British Census 1881.
  2. [S232] Ancestry.com, U.S., World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918.
  3. [S160] New York Times, 28 September 1914.
  4. [S89] Family Search, New York City Marriage Records, 1829-1940.

William Macdonald Crombie1

M, b. 12 March 1914
     William Macdonald Crombie is also recorded as Mac Crombie. He was born on 12 March 1914 in Brisbane. He was the son of William David Crombie and Janet Wilmina (Mina) Macdonald. William Macdonald Crombie was living at Mooloolaba on 21 August 1980.

Citations

  1. [S6] Crombie-Sewell Family tree in the possession of John Rees.

William Reid Crombie1

M, b. 11 April 1829, d. 8 May 1886
     William Reid Crombie was born on 11 April 1829 in St. Andrews, Fife.1 He was the son of John Crombie and Euphemia Wallace.1 William Reid Crombie was christened on 26 April 1829 at St. Andrews, Fife.1 He married firstly Isabella Macdonald before 1861.2 William Reid Crombie married secondly Rachel Notman Keddie, daughter of William Keddie and Janet Coulter Graham, on 15 June 1881 in Glasgow according to the forms of the Free Church of Scotland.3 William Reid Crombie died on 8 May 1886 in Bath at the age of 57 where his executrix dative qua relict is called Rachel Notman Keddie or Crombie of the same address as the deceased.4

Children of William Reid Crombie and Isabella Macdonald

Citations

  1. [S89] Family Search, Old parochial registers for St. Andrews and St. Leonards, 1627-1854.
  2. [S218] 1861 British Census, Glasgow Govan; ED: 14; Page: 11; Line: 16; Roll: CSSCT1861 110; Year: 1861.
  3. [S90] Scotland, Statutory Register Index Deaths, Statutory Marriages 644/09 0273.
  4. [S232] Ancestry.com, England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations), 1861-1941.
  5. [S89] Family Search, Scotland Births and Baptisms, 1564-1950.
  6. [S50] British Census 1881.

Zébée Maud Jessie Crombie

F, b. 24 June 1876, d. 18 March 1960
Maud Crombie
(1876 - 1960)
     Zébée Maud Jessie Crombie was born on 24 June 1876 in Rangoon, West Bengal, India.1,2 She was the daughter of Lt. Colonel Alexander Crombie CB, MD and Zébée Minto Bell. Zébée Maud Jessie Crombie was christened on 31 July 1876 at Rangoon, West Bengal.1 She married Colonel Evelyn Pierce Sewell C.M.G., D.S.O., M.B., BCh., F.R.C.S., son of Rev. Henry Doyle Sewell M.A. and Edith Pierce Morgan, on 27 November 1903 in the Cathedral, Bombay, India.3 Zébée Maud Jessie Crombie died on 18 March 1960 in Hartley Wintney, Hampshire, at the age of 83.

Children of Zébée Maud Jessie Crombie and Colonel Evelyn Pierce Sewell C.M.G., D.S.O., M.B., BCh., F.R.C.S.

Citations

  1. [S89] Family Search, Parish register transcripts from the Presidency of Bengal, 1713-1948 India. Office of the Registrar General.
  2. [S205] Newspaper, Times of India, 10 July 1876.
  3. [S117] The Times Newspaper, Monday, Nov 30, 1903.

(infant son) Crombie

M, b. 26 June 1844, d. 26 June 1844
     (infant son) Crombie died on 26 June 1844 in Kilminning, Fife.1 He was born on 26 June 1844 in Fife.1 He was the son of David Guillan Crombie and Janet Campbell (Jessie) Webster.

Citations

  1. [S6] Crombie-Sewell Family tree in the possession of John Rees.

Joan de Cromwell1

F
     Joan de Cromwell was the daughter of Mazera de Marmion.1

Citations

  1. [S135] George Edward Cokayne, Complete peerage, viii,512.

Lillian Cronin1

F, b. 1913
     Lillian Cronin was born in 1913.1 She married Don Reginald Nash, son of Dr. George Harlow Nash and Sadie Louise Wood.1

Citations

  1. [S4] Sandra MacLean Clunies, Clunies files.

Henry Crookenden1

M
     Henry Crookenden married Julia Davenport, daughter of Rear Admiral Sir Salusbury Pryce Humphreys C.B., K.C.H. and Maria Davenport, on 13 September 1842 in St. Mary's Church, Cheltenham.1

Citations

  1. [S205] Newspaper, Hereford Journal, September 21, 1842.

Charles Crooker1

M, b. 20 September 1797, d. 14 February 1877
     Charles Crooker was born on 20 September 1797 in Bath, Maine.2 He was the son of Jonathan Harding Crooker and Hannah Duncan.3 Charles Crooker married secondly Rachel Sewall, daughter of James Sewall and Nancy Marsh, on 7 October 1828 in Bath, Maine, the marriage being solemnised by the Rev. John W. Ellingwood.4 Charles Crooker died on 14 February 1877 in Bath, Maine, at the age of 79.2
Engaged in building vessels with James Church, under the firm name of Church & Crooker, and afterward built with his brother, William D., under the firm name of C. & W. D. Crooker, until 1853, when he retired from the activities of business.
He was a Republican and a staunch supporter of his party.2

Children of Charles Crooker and Rachel Sewall

Citations

  1. [S189] Frederick A. Virkus, Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy, Vol. 1 p. 823.
  2. [S474] George Thomas Little, Genealogy of Maine, p. 1228.
  3. [S46] Various contributors, Daughters of the American Revolution, Vol. 44 p. 341.
  4. [S104] Various contributors, Maine Historical and Genealogical Recorder, Vol. VI. p.481.
  5. [S5] William Darcy McKeough, McKeough Family Tree.
  6. [S364] Eben Graves, The descendants of Henry Sewall. Vol. II (Unpublished), #180.

Charles H. Crooker1

M, b. 16 April 1833, d. 20 May 1835
     Charles H. Crooker was born on 16 April 1833 in Bath, Maine.2 He was the son of Charles Crooker and Rachel Sewall.1 Charles H. Crooker died on 20 May 1835 in Bath, Maine, at the age of 2.2

Citations

  1. [S474] George Thomas Little, Genealogy of Maine, p. 1228.
  2. [S89] Family Search, Maine Births and Christenings, 1739-1900.

Emma Duncan Crooker1,2

F, b. 17 September 1836, d. 29 September 1919
     Emma Duncan Crooker. Photographer. She was born on 17 September 1836 in Bath, Maine.3,4 She was the daughter of Charles Crooker and Rachel Sewall.5 Emma Duncan Crooker married Hon. Arthur Sewall, son of William Dunning Sewall and Rachel Allen Trufant, on 29 March 1859 in Bath, Sagadahoc, Maine.4 Emma Duncan Crooker died on 29 September 1919 at the age of 836 and is buried in Sewall Family Cemetery, Bath, Sagadahoc County, Maine,

"Mrs. Emma D. Sewall, widow of Hon. Arthur Sewall, died Monday morning at her summer home at Small Point where her husband died Sept. 5, 1900. She was stricken Sunday and never regained consciousness. Mrs. Sewall was born in Bath, a daughter of Charles Crooker, Esq., one of the early Bath shipbuilders and was married to Mr. Sewall in 1859. She leaves two sons, Hon. Harold M. Sewall and William D. Sewall, both of Bath."

As her great-great-grand-daughter Abbie Sewall noted in a July 1988 article on her grandmother in Down East Magazine there is no indication of her success as a photographer. She took up the art as an adult of forty-eight and did very well with it. She exhibited her work in Paris and was the first women to be invited to join the Boston Camera Club, but virtually stopped photographing with her husband's death. She resigned from the Club and led a largely reclusive life until her death nineteen years later.7
Message Through Time: The Photographs of Emma D. Sewall 1836-1919 by Abbie Sewall, The Harpswell Press, Gardiner, Maine: 1989.

Children of Emma Duncan Crooker and Hon. Arthur Sewall

Citations

  1. [S18] Various editors, Biographical Dictionary of Notable Americans, Vol. 9, p. 210.
  2. [S160] New York Times, 4 Nov 1945 p. 41.
  3. [S208] 1900 US Census.
  4. [S89] Family Search, Vital records, 1779-1903 Bath (Maine).
  5. [S5] William Darcy McKeough, McKeough Family Tree.
  6. [S392] Website findagrave.com (http://www.findagrave.com/) "August 2007."
  7. [S392] Website findagrave.com (http://www.findagrave.com/) "# 16538979; obituary notice and comment recorded by "Laurie.""

Francis Crooker1

M
     Francis Crooker married Patience Childs in 1723.

Child of Francis Crooker and Patience Childs

Citations

  1. [S189] Frederick A. Virkus, Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy, Vol. 1. p. 823.

Isaiah Crooker1

M, b. 1730, d. 1795
     Isaiah Crooker was born in 1730.1 He was the son of Francis Crooker and Patience Childs.2 Isaiah Crooker married secondly Hannah Harding in 1756.1,2 Served on committees and as selectman of Bath, Maine.1 Isaiah Crooker died in 1795 in Bath, Maine.1

Child of Isaiah Crooker and Hannah Harding

Citations

  1. [S46] Various contributors, Daughters of the American Revolution, Vol. 44 p. 341.
  2. [S189] Frederick A. Virkus, Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy, Vol. 1. p. 823.

Jonathan Harding Crooker1

M, b. 16 October 1768, d. 21 August 1805
     Jonathan Harding Crooker was born on 16 October 1768 in Bath, Maine.2,3 He was the son of Isaiah Crooker and Hannah Harding.1 Jonathan Harding Crooker married Hannah Duncan, daughter of Dr. Samuel Duncan and Hannah Donnell, in 1790.2 Jonathan Harding Crooker died on 21 August 1805 in Maine at the age of 36.3

Child of Jonathan Harding Crooker and Hannah Duncan

Citations

  1. [S46] Various contributors, Daughters of the American Revolution, Vol. 44 p. 341.
  2. [S189] Frederick A. Virkus, Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy, Vol. 1. p. 823.
  3. [S89] Family Search, Maine Births and Christenings, 1739-1900.

Julietta Marsh Crooker1

F, b. 11 March 1839, d. 1891
     Julietta Marsh Crooker was born on 11 March 1839 in Bath, Maine.2 She was the daughter of Charles Crooker and Rachel Sewall.1 Julietta Marsh Crooker married Capt. Frederic Stead Bosworth, son of Capt. Robert Bosworth and Mary A. McDonald, in 1860.3 Julietta Marsh Crooker died in 1891.1

Children of Julietta Marsh Crooker and Capt. Frederic Stead Bosworth

Citations

  1. [S364] Eben Graves, The descendants of Henry Sewall. Vol. II (Unpublished), #180.
  2. [S89] Family Search, Maine Births and Christenings, 1739-1900.
  3. [S474] George Thomas Little, Genealogy of Maine, p. 1221.
  4. [S474] George Thomas Little, Genealogy of Maine, p. 1222.

Lucy Holmes Crooker1

F, b. 26 September 1829, d. 24 March 1832
     Lucy Holmes Crooker was born on 26 September 1829 in Bath, Maine.2 She was the daughter of Charles Crooker and Rachel Sewall.1 Lucy Holmes Crooker died on 24 March 1832 in Bath, Maine, at the age of 2.2

Citations

  1. [S474] George Thomas Little, Genealogy of Maine, p. 1228.
  2. [S89] Family Search, Maine Births and Christenings, 1739-1900.

Lydia Adelaide Crooker

F, b. 4 March 1841, d. 1916
     Lydia Adelaide Crooker was born on 4 March 1841 in Bath, Maine.1 She was the daughter of Charles Crooker and Rachel Sewall.2 Lydia Adelaide Crooker married John Percy Delano.2 Lydia Adelaide Crooker died in 1916 in Bath, Maine.3

Citations

  1. [S89] Family Search, Maine Births and Christenings, 1739-1900.
  2. [S46] Various contributors, Daughters of the American Revolution, Vol. 44 p. 341.
  3. [S392] Website findagrave.com (http://www.findagrave.com/) "# 63014691."

Rosa A.F. Crookshank1

F, b. circa 1861
     Rosa A.F. Crookshank was born circa 1861.2 She married Claude Arthur Monypenny Lillingston, son of Rev. Frederick Arthur Cecil Lillingston and Charlotte Jane Monypenny, on 18 October 1890 in Santa Barbara, California.1

Citations

  1. [S232] Ancestry.com, Western States Marriage Records Index.
  2. [S89] Family Search, California, County Marriages, 1850-1952.