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Cruce family genealogical records, 1829-1988 : George Washington Cruce (1829-1912) on down to 1988 as nearly as possible

by Zane Pauline Cruce Kidwiler
Kidwiler, Pauline Cruce (Main Author)
Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1989
on 1 microfilm reel : facsims., chiefly geneal. tables, ports. ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm made of manuscript collection (128 leaves) donated by Zane Pauline Cruce Kidwiler, Clinton, Missouri.

Includes Clary, Dannaldson, Freytag, Johney, Kidwiler, Vanhoozer and related families.

George Washington Cruce (1829-1912) was a son of James Cruce and Nancy G. Harrison, born in Crittenden County, Kentucky. He moved to Clinton, Missouri and married Frances G. Hester in 1858. George Gregory Cruce (1885-1966), a grandson, married Edith Almira Sims in 1907, and immigrated to Shellbrook, Saskatchewan in Canada. Descen- dants and relatives lived in Saskatchewan, British Columbia and elsewhere. Some descendants and many relatives lived in Missouri, North Dakota, Montana, Washington and elsewhere in the United States.

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