Glad to hear that you are of the same spirit!I just might take you up on the offer to march.The Polly Crawley I know came to reside in White County,Tenn.She is mentioned in the land grant application by Jarad(?) Crawley who shows military service from Va.,N.C.,S.C. and Ga. regiments during the Rev.War.His application would be great for you to read because it contains a translation of the file by an archivist sometime during the early 1930's to a Crawley relative living in Kosiusko,Mississippi.
My SAR links are to Nathaniel Freeman,Nathaniel Freeman Jr.,and James Crawley-2nd Mass Inf. 1778-1783.Flourence Crowley(Crawley) Mass Artillery I am still working on-am very close to tying that link up.My Civil War ancestor was Andrew Thomas Crawley-Co."D" 13th Mass. Inf-Ist Corps-WIA "the Cornfield" Antietem leg amputated in Sharpsburg.Brothers William H.Crawley-Co."D" 13th Mass Inf.,Co."G" 61st Mass Inf.-V Corps,Hancock Veteran Volunteers(only 4300 volunteers out of 700,000 eligible veterans-not many eager to re-up in 1864),Cornelius Crawley-Co.A-1st Mass Inf.WIA-Blackburn's Ford In World War II my uncle,James Crawley-Co."B" 1st Bn 506th Airborne Inf.,101st Airborne Div. from Normandy to Bertesgarten.
Myself-Co."C" 1st Bn 325 Airborne Inf-82nd Airborne Div. 1970-1972.
Please let me know if you find those two Land Grant Applications for Samuel and Charles Crawley of any interest.I have e mailed Jerry McClure asking him to send you copies of the one I sent him last summer.Say hello to Rick Griffin when you see him.
Tommorrow I will have an interesting story to tell you about concerning my SUVCW Camp.Because two stories of interest that are developing right now.
Before I go-on of the last things I said to Rick Griffin was that I hoped someday to sign up a fellow Crawley cousin for Confederate Sons-you really made my night!