Looking for further connection of these families. In 1860 IN census (Jackson Co., Carr Twp, PO Woodville), William CROUCHER, 41, m. to Mary, 47, both b. in KY.With themchildren; Green,21; Elizabeth, 18; Julia Ann,16 (my gr-gr-grandmother), John,15; Nancy,12; Susan,10; David J.,7; Sarah,2.David and Sarah are b.in IN and the rest of the family in KY. Also in the household is Martha DURHAM, 23, b. in KY.Who is this Martha?Near neighbor is Owen Durham family. In the 1870 IN census, Jackson Co. (Carr Twp, PO Seymour), is Mary CROUCHER (hh#26/f#28), 50, with children: Susan, 18; James, 16, and Jane, 12.I have read in other places but not substantiated that William and son, Green, were killed during the Civil War. In the same area(hh23/f25), I find Isaac CROW ( middle name Clark), 36, b. IN, shoemaker, and m. to Julia, 25, with children: William, 5, Franklin, 3; James, 9 months (b. Nov.).All three children were b. in IN.These are my gr-gr-grandparents, who later moved to Crawford Co., AR., the Van Buren area where they farmed. Their son, Charlie (m. Lena LaDora Hogan, dau. of Js. Albert Pike Hogan and Rachel Lillian Proctor Hogan (m2 Dickson), is the father of Mary Ann Crow Steed (m. Grover Cleveland "Cleve" Steed, son of Seth Aaron "Dee" Steed and 2nd wife, Arrena "Rena" Davis), my Grandmother. Charlie and his decendants settled in the Pulaski/Faulkner Co. areas. Any help or hints are appreciated. Can contact me at my e-mail address. Cousins, are you out there?I have had a wonderful family, 99% of which you would be proud to be related and 1% that makes our genealogy searches interesting.