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The Crider family of Rockingham County, Virginia : with information on early Crider families in Pennsylvania and Virginia

compiled by Lewis H. Yankey
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Criders, Virginia : [L.H. Yankey], 1990
i, 83 p.

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The Crider family is said to descend from a Hance Jacob kreider who came to Pennsylvania from Berne, Switzerland in about 1710. The earliest Crider family (known at that time as Cryter) in Virginia was one headed by Michael Cryter of Orange County, Virginia in 1736. By 1769 Frederick Crider was living in Augusta (now Rockingham) County, Virginia. Descendants still live in this part of Virginia.

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