This webpage is dedicated to MY CHRITTON Family: John Critton Sr. was born about 1735 and died in 1803 in Hampshire Co., VA. He married to Mary (?), who died after 1814. John and Mary had the following children:
Of the above children, Isaac Critton was born about 1766 in Hampshire Co., VA. and died about 1794/1795 in Hampshire Co., VA. He died at the age of 29. He married to Elizabeth Mann, who was the daughter of Christopher Mann. They had a son, Christopher Stanfort Chritton. Isaac was apparently a farmer in the Little Cacapon Valley. He owned two slaves from 1789 through 1793, and was not listed on the Hampshire County Tax rolls for 1794 and thereafter. Following his death, Elizabeth moved to Kentucky with their young child, Christopher Stanfort Chritton.
Christopher Stanfort Chritton was born in 1793 inHampshire Co., VA. and died January 27, 1850 in Crawfordsville, IN. He was the first Chritton to spell the name of Chritton with an H., instead of Critton. He was a stone mason and a member of the Baptist Church. He married to Eura Eaton Drake on January 19, 1815 in Adams Co., Ohio. Eura was born April 25, 1799 in Byrd Twp., Brown Co., OH. and died in 1865 in Streator, Illinois. They had the following children:
Of the above children, Isaac Drake Chritton was born on January 22, 1815 and died April 3, 1868. He married to Mahala Zucck on January 12, 1837 in Montgomery Co., Indiana. mahala was born november 8, 1816 and died February 24, 1888. She was the daughter of Peter Zucck and Elizabeth Stout. Isaac and Mahala had the following children:
Catherine (Kate) Lovina
Of the above children, Catherine (Kate) Lovina Chritton was born August 7, 1849 in Waynetwon, Indiana and died September 5, 1929 in Wichita, KS. She married to George Albert Salisbury on November 4, 1869 in Hillsboro, Indiana. George was born October 30, 1848 inIndiana and died January 15, 1907 in Goddard, KS. They are both buried in the Greenwood Cemetery, near Oatville, KS. They had the following children:
George Henry Jr.
This ends my Chritton Lineage. If you need further information, please email me:
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