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Biography of Charles Floyd Crews



CREWS, Charles Floyd
Big Creek Township
1919 History of Henry Co MO, Uel W. Lamkin, Historical Publishing Co pg 811
Charles F. Crews, a progressive farmer and stockman of Big Creek township, who is farming 110 acres of land, is one of the leading farmers of this County. Mr. Crews is a native of Henry County and was born in 1882 at Windsor, Missouri. He is the son of Samuel P. and Clara (Snelling) Crews, a sketch of whom appears in this volume. Samuel Crews was born in 1852 in Boone County, Missouri, and his wife is a native of Henry County. They are engaged in farming in Shawnee township. They have the following children: Darrell, Huntingdale, Missouri; Essie, the wife of Nathan Gilliam of Big Creek township; Charles F., the subject of this sketch; Snelling, farming in Shawnee township; and Raymond, of Big Creek township. Charles F. Crews received his education at Huntingdale schools, Huntingdale, Missouri, and since early manhood, he has been engaged in general farming and stock raising. He is one of the successful farmers of Big Creek township. Mr. Crews was married May 9, 1906, to Martha McQuitty. She is a daughter of W. G. and Martha McQuitty, of whom extensive mention is made in this volume; see biographical sketches of George and William McQuitty. One daughter, Dorothy, has been born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Crews. Mr. Crews is one of the substantial men of Henry County and comes of pioneer Missouri stock. He is public spirited and one of Henry county's foremost citizens.

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