February 23, 1826 – April 13, 1903
From the 4-16-1903 Omro Weekly Journal, p.1
Another Pioneer Gone.
On Tuesday the remains of Robert Crawford, who for some years had been living with his daughter, Mrs. John Tullar of Neenah, were brought to this village for interment beside the remains of his wife who died here years ago. Short funeral services were held, Rev. Roberson preaching the sermon. The funeral was held in Masonic hall, the Masons of which order Mr. Crawford had long been a member, having charge. Those who saw Mr. Crawford in Omro just a week ago when he came here to attend the funeral of Robert Shufelt, little thought that in one short week they would be called together again to attend his obsequies. His death was caused by blood poisoning, caused by the too close paring of a corn, the infection being taken from a colored sock.
Mr. Crawford came to this vicinity in the fall of 1849, and settled on land now included in the town of Omro, and from that time on up to within a few years he has been a resident here most of the time. He was a man of strict integrity and was highly respected by all who knew him. Mr. Crawford was of the make-up that the sturdy pioneers of Wisconsin are made of, and in his death Omro loses another of her very early settlers. He was 77 years old. Four daughters survive him three of whom attended the funeral.
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