Lizzie (Dickson) Crocker


D.F. Mitchell/Prescott, Arizona Territory Unknown po0306p.jpg PO-0306 B&W 1700-0306-0000 po0306p Photo Card Print 5x7 Historic Photographs 1878 Reproduction requires permission. Digital images property of SHM Library & Archives


Lizzie (Dickson) Crocker (b. 1843 - d. 1908) was born Elizabeth Dickson in Glasgow, Scotland on May 9, 1843. Her parents (Hugh Dickson and Jean Mcmillan) were born in Scotland. 

She married Charles Crocker (b. 1830 - d. 1904) on December 18, 1876 in Prescott, Arizona. Charles was born on Febraruary 24, 1830 in New York. They had three children: William Crocker, Nellie Crocker Dolly and Hugh Crocker. She died on July 30, 1908.

Charles Crocker was a shoemaker in Prescott, AZ. He died on July 23, 1904 and was considered a highly respected citizen of Prescott.

Handwriting on back of photograph reads: "Mrs. Chas Crocker 1878, mother of Will Crocker, and Nellie Crocker Dolly and Hugh Crocker."

Sources: 1880 US Census; 1900 US Census; Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner July 27, 1904; Arizona County Marriages




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