ⓘ Granville Craig

                                     

ⓘ Granville Craig

Granville Craig was a prominent Cherokee farmer living near Welch and Bluejacket, Indian Territory, in the late nineteenth century. Craig County, Oklahoma is named after him.

                                     
  • county was organized in 1907, shortly before statehood, and named for Granville Craig a prominent Cherokee farmer who lived in the Bluejacket area. In the
  • Sir Charles Granville Gibson 8 November 1880 17 July 1948 was a British Conservative Party politician. He was Member of Parliament MP for the Pudsey
  • Ryder, Granville Richard . Alumni Oxonienses: the Members of the University of Oxford, 1715 1886. Oxford: Parker and Co via Wikisource. Craig F. W
  • Granville Edward Harcourt - Vernon 23 November 1816 1 February 1861 was a British Conservative Party politician. Harcourt - Vernon was the eldest son
  • The Granville Rage are an Australian semi - professional soccer club, located in the Greater Western Sydney suburb of Granville The club was founded in
  • George Granville Harcourt ne Venables - Harcourt and Vernon - Harcourt, 6 August 1785 19 December 1861 was a British Whig and then Conservative Party
  • Gilbert Granville Sharp 19 February 1894 1 November 1968 was a British Liberal Party politician and barrister. He was the son of Reverend Alfred
  • Troxel v. Granville 530 U.S. 57 2000 is a case in which the Supreme Court of the United States, citing a constitutional right of parents to direct
  • Constituencies beginning with R part 1 Granville William Gresham Leveson - Gower The Peerage. Retrieved 25 March 2018. Craig F. W. S., ed. 1977 British Parliamentary
  • youngest brother Braxton Craig were away at school. Craig attended the Horner Military Academy in Granville County run by former Confederate officer James