Hi, did you ever find out any more information. I sort of stumbled over Sarah Ann Cramp (sometimes people are using Crump instead, but Cramp appears to be correct). My greatgrandmother was Mary Ann Biggs, which I can't really find out any good information about. For some reason everything about her has been elusive, although, Sarah Ann did have a daughter Mary (middle initial is either A or J, hard to decipher), who would have been the right age as one of Amelia's older sister. The reason I think this is right Mary Biggs is that Amelia's husband, Christopher Columbus Long, was a cousin of Mary Ann's oldest son's wife and they were pretty much removed from West Liberty, Ohio County, West Virginia. I know it is a bit of stretch, but there are some other coincidences as well. Anyway, by checking the census records, Sarah Ann Cramp (one son was John Cramp Biggs, so I stick with Cramp as does his death record, ) was born June 1824, according to the 1900 census for West Liberty, Ohio County, West Virginia. Records vary on the census and the above death record, but she was either born in Pennsylvania or Ohio. Mary Ann's record is also messed up that way---either born in Ohio or Virginia or Pennsylvania. One researcher in West Virginia had directed me to Ohio County, because it is in the panhandle between Ohio and Pennsylvania and sometimes the lines blurred a little for some people. She was still in the 1910 census for West Liberty, but not 1920. Unfortunately, the on-line death records for Ohio County are not enumerated to include her and I haven't had all that much time since I located her to do any further research. The census records indicate that her mother was from Germany and again the census records (realizing her age as well might mess things up) indicated that her father was from England (makes sense) or Germany (makes less sense unless Cramp is Anglicized from something like Kramp or Krampen). According to what I was able to glean from census records, the Biggs had at least 14 children and as of 1900, only two were deceased (Mary Ann would have been one). Sarah was living with her son, John Cramp Biggs, in 1900/1910. Don't know if that helps any or if you are still looking or if you have found out anything or not. Like I said, I'm still searching, but it took me forever to find a John and Sarah Biggs to meet the criteria of what scanty records I had of Mary Ann Biggs (and she only appears in the 1850 census with them, which makes sense, as by the next census she was married and living in Harrison County).