This page was created by the descendents of Hardy H. and Martha Thomas Crews. Hardy and Martha moved to Charlton County, Georgia with their two children in 1900. Hardy's father, Hamp, had moved there a year earlier. The family settled on a small farm northwest of Folkston, where, in addition to farming, Hardy used his wagon and team of mules to haul goods for the public, including hauling cotton to the Folkston cotton gin.

In Charlton County, Hardy and Martha added another thirteen children to their family, including a son who died in infancy in 1904, and another infant son who died in 1911. The surviving sons of Hardy and Martha were George, Elbert, Marshall, Raleigh, Jeff, Fred and Horace. The daughters were Nora, Cora Bell, Goldie Mae, Maude, Celia and Susie.

Hardy's parents were Hampton Crews,Sr. and Basheba (Bashey) Guy. Martha was the daughter of Banner Mixon Thomas and Mary Elizabeth Jones.



Crews Cousins: Keeping our history alive for future generations......


This page is dedicated in loving honor to
Hardy & Martha Crews. Though they are gone,
this site is a testament to the legacy of family, love,
and friendship that they left to all of us.


Children of Hardy and Martha Crews


Hardy & Martha Thomas Crews Homeplace



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Alice Crews & Judy Griffin.~2005~