Edward Coke Crow

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Edward Coke Crow (December 19, 1861-May 9, 1945) was a United States Democratic Attorney General from the state of Missouri.


He was born in Oregon, Missouri as the sixth of seven children born to Elizabeth Hopkins Barnes and George Washington Crow.

Crow attended Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri and served as an attorney for Anheuser-Busch before serving as the 23rd Attorney General of Missouri from 1897 to 1905. He represented Jasper County, Missouri. Crow was also a friend and advisor to Missouri Governor Lloyd Crow Stark, who served from 1937 to 1941.

Edward was married first to Mary Eichelberger, c. 1879. This marriage was later annulled. Crow later married Gustavia "Gussie" Hanna on 14 September 1889 at Marshall, Missouri. They had ten children.

Crow died in Los Alamitos, California.


  • . Des Moines: Mills & Co., 1883. p. 333.

  • 1880 Federal Census. Census Place Carthage, Jasper, Missouri, Family History Library Film 1254694, NA Film Number T9-0694,Page Number 443D

  • Census Place St. Louis, St. Louis, Missouri, Family History Library Film 1254725, NA Film Number T9-0725, St. Louis Enumeration First Enumeration, Page Number 174A.
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