My name is Janelle.I am a descendant of Jane Craig and Capt. Ricardo Taliaferro through their grandson Rev. Elijah Craig. There has been much confusion and controversy over the many years regarding Jane and her son Toliver.There is the tale that she was widowed shortly after marrying John Craig in Italy and then she traveled with her brothers to America. There is also the lively tale of a poor seaman named Toliver Craig who was swept overboard and drowned at sea and the next morning the passengers and crew of the ship found a baby abandoned and laying on the deck of the ship and noone would claim him.The crew of the ship took pity and collectively adopted the tike, named him after the drowned seaman Toliver Craig and the rest is history. The truth of the matter, and it is a matter of record by means of documented and preserved letters between Toliver Craig's grandsons Lewis Sanders and Rev. Francis Craig (Google Craig Family Genealogy) that Jane Craig was a single woman from the eastern shores of Scotland called "Craig Ellachie" (which is translated, I believe, to mean "spirit of the rock") Jane had an affair with a sea captain named Ricardo Taliaferro.Though Jane became pregnant Taliaferro did not marry her.Jane named her son Toliver Craig. Jane Craig was the headwaters in America of a spirited and hardworking and occasionally controversial line of Craigs.She never married and after her affair with Taliaferro she led a proper and respectable life.It has not been found that Jane either published or denied her situation but, her progeny over the centuries have gone to great lengths to cover up the truth. Keep digging.You will find an interesting family.