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Okes-Hanson Family
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 John Anderson Criner
b-1740 in German Colony, Pennsylvania
10038
Rebecca McClure (Criner)
b-1761 in York Co, PA
10039
Robert McCain
b-1759 in North Carolina
10040
Jane Unknown ( McCain )
b-1772 in North Carolina
10195
Isaac Criner
b-1783 in Hawkins County, Tennessee
10021
Nancy McCain ( Criner )
b-1791 in Tennessee
10022
Isaac McClure Criner
born 11/25/1827 in Madison County, Alabama
died 09/22/1863

Rec#10013
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"Mac" served in the Fourth Alabama Volunteer Infantry Regiment of the Army of Northern Virginia which fought with great distinction at Manassas, Seven Pines, Cold Harbor, Second Manassas, Boonesboro, Antietam (Sharpsburg), and Gettysburg. After surviving Gettysburg, he attempted to slip through Yankee-held territory of Northern Alabama to see his little girl, Martha Sue, at his family plantation near New Market. He was killed by a sniper when almost within sight of home. We still have the touching letter he wrote to his little girl from "Cavalry Camp, near Alexandria, Tennessee," promising to come and see her if ever he got the chance. He is listed in the Alabama Hall of Heroes and buried at Liberty Hill Cemetery (Routts' Cemetery) at Meridianville.

Spouse ~ Lucy James Strong
born 1839 in Madison County, Alabama
married 1858
Rec#10014
Children: 
Martha Sue Criner ( Okes ), b-1859
  children:
      - Gertrude Okes b-1887
      - Almyra Roberta Okes (Holman) b-1888
      - Georgia Maurine Okes (Perkinson) b-1898
      - Guy McCune Chalmer Okes b-1901

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