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Crawford County. Our goal is helping you find your ancestors by placing
data online for the Free use of all researchers.
My name is Rick Evans and as your Crawford County, Kansas host I will
try to post as much data
online as possible in order to make it freely available to all. We
contributions of raw data such as census information,
obituaries, county histories, biographies, old newspaper items -
anything that would help someone build their family tree!!
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updates we make to this site.
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Crawford County was named for Samuel J. Crawford, Governor of Kansas.
Although both Pittsburg
and Frontenac are larger cities, Girard is the
county seat; other cities include Arma,
Cherokee, Mulberry, McCune,
Walnut and Hepler. The communities of
Camp 50, Capaldo, Chicopee, Cornell, Croweburg,
Curranville, Dunkirk, Englevale, Farlington, Foxtown, Franklin,
Greenbush, Gross, Kirkwood, Klondike, Monmouth, Opolis, Radley, Ringo,
South Radley and Yale lie within the boundaries of Crawford County.
County is located in the
Southeastern corner of the State of
Kansas. The County is bordered by the State of Missouri to the east;
Cherokee County, Kansas to the South; Bourbon County, Kansas to the
North and Labette County and Neosho County, Kansas to the West.
Website Updates for July:
Frontenac History, Peter Menghini bio, Frontenac mining page; Mt Carmel
Cemetery, Frontenac Cemetery, Garden of Memories Cemetery pages
created, images added; Beulah Cemetery transcription; Obit for Helen
Irene (Ellis) Seal submitted by Carol (Miller) Cummins;Obit for Donald Ray Kirk (submitted by Jody Edens Spencer);
Updates for June:
Mining camps list added; Crawford County Kansas Casualties in the World
War, 1917-1919 added; Iraqi Freedom Casualities List; ACME
Mine Volunteer Personnel December 5th, 1919; Newspapers of 1915; 1887
County Fair flyer added to pictures;
U.S. World War I Mothers
updated city/towns of Crawford County history
County Birth Records; Newspaper article "Gray Girl" submitted by Julie
DeWinkler; Bios for Connett and Conrad submitted by Peggy Thompson;
Updates for May:
Biographies: Lamb, TE; Loafman, John A;
Meloy, James A; Meyer, John H; Minecey, William Henry; Picture
of Englevale Fairview Cemetery and McCune Cemetery added
have an obit
you'd like to submit to this county or any Kansas County?