Charles E. Crawford, who is successfully engaged in the general merchandise business at Damascus, is a native
of Columbiana County. He was born in Butler Township, Feb. 15, 1887, the son of Thomas A. and Sarah (Brantingham)
Thomas A. Crawford, who lives retired, is a native of Ireland. When a young man he came to this country and settled
in Butler Township, Columbiana County, where he engaged in general farming. He specialized in dairying and for
35 years was manager of the Garfield Creamery, near Damascus. His wife is a native of Starke County, Ohio.
Charles E. Crawford was reared and educated at Damascus and until 1917 engaged in business with his father. He
then conducted a general merchandise business at Winona, Ohio, until 1921, at which time he purchased the business
of Wesley Whinery, which he has since conducted.
In March, 1910, Mr. Crawford was united in marriage with Miss Alice Brantingham, the daughter of William and Anna
Brantingham, both deceased. They have two children: Robert W., born in 1911, and Arthur B., born in 1914.
Mr. Crawford and his family are members of the Friends Church and they have a wide acquaintance in the community.
History of Columbiana County, Ohio
By: Harold B. Barth
Historical Publishing Company
Columbiana County, Ohio Biographies
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