Photos of John Wesley Ranager and Alice Ranager Crabtree

Alice Virginia Ranagier/Ranager Crabtree 3 Mar 1851 – 3 Oct 1936 wife of Adam Bell Crabtree Courtesy David Newall. This photo was taken outside the home of Alice, sometime during the 20’s to early 30’s, across from the Whistler Cemetery in Mobile County, Alabama. John Wesley Ranager c. 1847 – 1933 brother of Alice Ranager […]

Studio Photo of Alice Virginia Ranager Crabtree

Alice was born 1851 March 3 in Whistler, Mobile, Alabama and died 1936 October 3 at Whistler. She was married to Adam Bell Crabtree. I have irresponsibly misplaced the source for this photo. Restored image of Alice. I did this clean up a long time ago and was working (as with 80% of the photos) […]

Suzie Crabtree Kearns Drummond biographical letter

Suzie Crabtree Kearns Drummond biographical letter Date: Sometime in the early 1980’s. I (JK) had written her asking her for information and this was her response: …I know very little of my ancestors but will try to tell you all I can about them. My Grandfather was born in Hall Co., Ga. He was married […]

Andrew Jackson Ranager and Martha Jane Jones

Andrew Jackson RANAGER (RANAGIER, RENEGAR, a whole host of spellings) was reportedly born 15 Jan 1826 at Mobile AL, 1st son and 2nd of 5 children born to John RANAGER and Mary CLARK. His son John, in the 1880 census, gives Andrew as born in MS. Alice (Ranager) CRABTREE in the same census gives her […]

John Ranager and Mary Clark

John RANAGER was reportedly born 1794 in Germany. John married, in either Wayne or Greene County, Mississippi, Mary CLARK b. 1802 in SC, daughter of John Thomas CLARK and Elizabeth PHIPPS. John Thomas Clark was b. 1753, Duplin Co., NC, d. Oct 31, 1839, Mobile Co, AL. Elizabeth PHIPPS was born 1769, married Jul 9, […]

The Kearns Line

For convenience of seeing where people fit into family lines, I suppose I ought to put some ancestry information here, and not just depend on the online database. Names included below are Kearns, Crabtree, Faggard, Ranager, McAndrew, McNulty, Clark, Cox, Jones, Pye. Their movements were all down in the South. This is one of my […]