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The Crume family of Vernon County, Wisconsin

by Wayne Arthur Kinion ; edited by Bonnie Joyce Kinion
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Chanhassen, Minnesota : W.A. & B.J. Kinion, 1997
ix, 85 leaves : ill., geneal. tables, ports.

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Daniel Crume was born in Scotland in 1680 and immigrated to America, ca. 1715. He and his wife, Elizabeth Brooks, had at least one son. Their son, Philip Crume (1724-1801), was born in Fredericks County, Virginia. He married Sarah Margaret Weathers (1728-1788) in 1749 in Fredericks County. They had twelve children, 1750-1776. Sarah Margaret died in Shenandoah County, Virginia. He married 2) Anna Barret (1769-1848) in 1788 in Shenandoah County. The had five children, 1789-1798. Philip Crume died in Nelso County, Kentucky. Descendants listed lived in Kentucky, Ohio, Illinois, Nebraska, Wisconsin and elsewhere.

Includes the Cline, Groves, Hendryx, Hopper, Marsden and other related families.

Includes index.

Includes "Changes in the Cume family, July 28, 1998," in back of book.

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