There were only a few Crafts, which I've typed
out below,As for Russels, there are: Ann Eliza,
Eliza, Isaac W., J. W., Dr. J. W., Mrs. Jno W., Wm.,
William B., and Wm. Beebe.And Thompsons: more than
50 in the index.I'll need more specific info.
p. 507 (Middlebury Township).
Craft’s mill was originally a saw-mill, and in 1840 James Blair erected a grist-mill on the site, which he operated about fifteen years, and then sold to Washington Ewers.Elias Craft bought out Ewers in 1865, and put in an extra pair of buhrs.The mill is now owned and operated by W. H. and A. L. Craft.It is situated on Owl creek on the northwest quarter of section twenty-two.
p. 639 (Biographical sketches)
CRAFT, ALBERT L., millwright, Middlebury township, post office Frederickstown; born in Morris township, February 1, 1844, and was married December 30, 1875, to Susannah Zolman, who was born in Morris township, December 14, 1845.They have two children—Levi, born October 12, 1876; and Carrie, born June 14, 1878.
Mr. Craft is one of the members of the firm in the Craft mill, and is an energetic man.
CRAFT, HEADLY, miller, Middlebury township, post office Frederickstown; born in Morris township in 1841, and was married in 1868 to Ellen Baxter, who was born in Middlebury township in 1846.They have two sons—Gaylord, born July 22, 1872, and William, April 11, 1877.
p. 839 (Biographical sketches)
WOLFE, THOMAS J., Hillman township farmer, was born in Liberty township, Knox county, May 20, 1829...In addition to his own family he has two orphan children, Adda Craft and Amanda E. Yough, to whom he and his estimable wife accord the same privilege as their own family.