I am looking for any relationship between the Crum's from Cambria County Pennsylvania, with a connection to the following Surnames Fry(E), Smith, Wilson, Wadsworth (the spelling may vary)
In particular I need David Wilson Crum b.December 1839
married Margaret Fry(E) b.in May of 1836
Here is some useful information that I found about the Cambria County Crum's. I haven't connected to these people yet.
DEMOCRAT & SENTINEL
18 Feb 1857
VOL 4, NO.17
BY virtus of Sundry writs of Vend. Expon. issued out of the Court of Common Pleas of Cambria county and to me directed, there will be exposed to sale by public outcry, at the Court House in the Borough of Ebensburg, on Monday the second day of March next, at one o'clock P.M.
ALSO--All the right, title and interest of John Plummer, (of John) of, in and to a piece or parcel of land, situate in Summerhill township, Cambria county, containing fifty acres more or less, about thirty of which are cleared, and having thereon erected a log dwelling house and log stable, now in the occupancy of Daniel Sherbine.
Taken in execution and to be sold at the suit of Ephraim Crum for use of Isaac W. Plummer, now for use of John Shaffer.
26 Aug 1857
VOL 4, NO 42
9. ALSO--All the right, title and interest of John Plumer, [of Jno.] of, in and to a piece or parcel of land, situate in Summerhill township, Cambria county, adjoining lands of heirs of Isaac Crum and others, containing fifty acres more or less, about thirty acres of which are cleared, and having thereon erected a log dwelling house and log barn, now in the occupancy of Daniel Sherbine.
Taken in execution and to be sold at the suit of Ephriam Crum for use of Isaac W. Plumer, now for use of John Shaffer.
10. ALSO--All the right, title and interest of Elias Crum, of, in and to a tract of land, situate in Summerhill township, Cambria county, adjoining lands of Daniel Neff and others, containing one hundred acres, more or less, about four acres of which are cleared, having thereon erected a two story log house and saw mill, now in the occupancy of Elias Crum.
Taken in execution and to be sold at the suit of Philip Noon, Esq.
11. ALSO--All the right, title and interest of Jeremiah M'Gonigle, of, in and to a piece or parcel of land, situate in Washington township, Cambria county, adjoining lands of Frederick George, Philip Warner and others, containing 156 acres more or less, about 40 acres of which are cleared, under fence and in a good state of cultivation, now in the tenure of said Jeremiah M'Gonigle.
Taken in execution and to be sold at the suit of Augustin Durbin Esq., late High Sheriff of Cambria county, for use of Ignatius Adams.
12. ALSO--All the right, title and interest of Robert Lytle, of, in and to a piece or parcel of land, situate in Summerhill township, Cambria county, adjoining lands of Joseph Wright and others on the south, land of heirs of John Crum, deceased, on the west, land of the heirs of Fleetwood Benson, deceased, on the north, and lands of P. M'Coy, dec'd., and John Kean on the east, containing three hundred acres, more or less, about one hundred and forty acres of which are cleared, having thereon erected a two story log house and frame Bank barn, now in the occupancy of Henry Allenbaugh.
Taken in execution and to be sold at the suit of Robert A. M'Coy and George C. K. Zahm, assignees of John M'Coy.
DEMOCRAT & SENTINEL
ALSO--All the right, title and interest of A. Plummer, of, in and to a piece or parcel of land situate in Summerhill township, Cambri(a) County, adjoining lands of Elisha Plummer, Joseph Knepper and Ephram Crum, containing 58 acres more or less, about 30 acres of which are cleared having erected the(re)on a 2 story hewed log house, a bank barn and a spring house, now in the occupancy of the said Abraham Plummer. Taken in Execution and to be sold at the suit of George Murray.
Commonwealth vs Michael SKELLY, John MCKINZY and Evin CRUM Tent in $100 each, conditioned for their appearance at next Quarter Sessions to answer a charge for a Misdemeanor in Office. Ely MCKINZY Tent in $300, conditioned for the appearance of defendant. September Sessions. The defendants severally bound in $100 each to appear at next Circuit Court. James C MCGUIRE and Samuel RIDDLE Esq. each bound in $50 to appear at next Circuit Court. 05 Mar 1811 continued. Michael SKELLY Tent in $100 to appear at nest Sessions to answer. John MCKINZY Tent in $100 to appear at next Sessions to answer. Evin CRUM Tent in $100 to appear at next Sessions to answer. 05 Mar 1811 evidence. William O'KEEFE, Godfrey VEN?????, Samuel RIDDLE Tent in $50 each to appear next Sessions to testify.
Howard J. Crum and not Hiram, is the name of the brakeman who was killed at East Conemaugh on Saturday. The deceased and Hiram were brothers
The funeral of Howard J.Crum, the Pennsylvania Railroad brakeman who was killed at East Conemaugh on Saturday morning, took place yesterday. The remains were buried in a cemetery not two miles south of Wilmore.
CAMBRIA COUNTY PROBATE WILLS
Vol 5, pg. 480 (17 Oct 1899) thru Vol 10, pg. 334 (2 Mar 1918)
CRUM, Sarah Ann, wife Portage 19 Dec 1908
CRUM, Sylvester, h/o Jane Wilmore 14 Jul 1908
Cambria County Pensioners
War of 1812, Civil War, Mexican War
Pensioners namePensioner’s addresscause for Pension Monthly rate Date of Original
Crum, OstonT.Wilmoresh. w. lf. side lung$4May 1877
Crum, MargaretWilmoremother$8Sep 1877
PRESIDENTS, SOLDIERS, STATESMEN(Author unknown to me)
OSTON T. CRUM,
Son of Abram and Mandilla (Eamigh) Crum, the former deceased, the latter still living, was born in Cambria county, Pa., Feb. 14, 1841. His wife was born in Cambria county, Pa., and their marriage was consummated Aug. 18, 1864, in that county. She was born Oct. 11, 1840, and was Sarah, daughter of Jacob and Elizabeth (Rinehart) Weaver. Seven children have graced this union, Arabella, Tabitha E., Sadie C., Ira A., dec., Amanda E., Elnora M. and Edith S. When the war broke out he donned the blue and entered the service of his country. He was 21 years of age when he was enrolled April, 1861, as a private. He was struck by a piece of shell, for which he was confined in hospital at Richmond also was treated for typhoid fever. August, 1864, he was honorably discharged to re-enlist as a veteran and was given the usual thirty day furlough. He took part in the battles of Petersburg and Gettysburg, and was honorably discharged July, 1865. His brothers, Nathaniel and Harvey, served in the late war; the former was killed in action, the latter died in hospital. His wife's brothers, Jacob and Jesse, also served in Pa. Regts. Comrade Crum passed from the shores of time April 7, 1896, from Johnstown, Pa., having met death by an accident near Summers Hill. His widow has a pension and her address is Wilmore, Pa.
Henry Wilson Stoney’s History of Cambria County VIII p 397
William Harvey Crum
WILLIAM HARVEY CRUM, a longtime resident of Conemaugh, Cambria county, Pennsylvania, who has held many positions of trust and responsibility in the township, is a representative of a family which has been identified with the history of the county for many years, having been for generations extensive land owners.
Abraham Crum was born in 1810, died in 1875. He was the son of John Crum, and one of seven children: John, Cornelius, Abraham, Kate, Elizabeth, Phoebe and Mary. He was a prominent farmer in Summerhill township. He married Amanda Amigh, born July 27, 1820, one of eight children: John, Uriah, Solomon, George, Elizabeth, Margaret, Ruth A. and Amanda. The children of Abraham and Amanda (Amigh) Crum were: Ozias, Austin, Harvey, Nathaniel, George and Abraham, deceased; William Harvey, see forward; Rebecca, married Silas Plumer; Catherine, married Isaiah Berkey; Elizabeth and Amanda, deceased; Ruth, married Daniel Berkey, deceased; and one died in infancy.
William Harvey Crum, seventh son and child of Abraham and Amanda (Amigh) Crum, was born in Summerhill township, Cambria county. Pennsylvania, August 10, 1863. He was educated in the common schools of his native township, and assisted his father in the care and cultivation of the home farm until the time of his marriage. He then entered the employ of the Pennsylvania Railroad Company, and for six years had charge of the weighing department and seven years of the trainmen's department. He had the misfortune to fall between two cars at Morrellville, March 13, 1896, and it became necessary to amputate his left leg above the knee. Since that time he has been in the motor power department, and is at present (1906) gang foreman. He has taken an active and beneficial interest in the public affairs of the county, and has held a number of public offices--member of the borough council, six years; justice of the peace, ten years; assessor of Portage township in 1887; and is now serving his second term as burgess of Conemaugh. He is a member of the United Evangelical church, and has been superintendent of the Sunday school connected with it for the past twelve years. His political support is given to the Republican party. He is associated with the following organizations: Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen; Pennsylvania Railroad Relief, and Order of the Maccabees. He is a man of considerable influence in his district, and his council is sought and valued in business as well as political matters. He married, September 23, 1887, Elfa I. Wright, one of eight children: Olive married Lawrence Nicely; Elfa, mentioned above; Hattie, married Adam Vallance; Elizabeth, married Joseph Hoffman; Frances, married Henry Turner; Kate, married William Knepper; Elmer, married Cora Murphy; Luwella, married John Colbert. The children of William Harvey and Elfa I. (Wright) Crum are: Joseph A., born December 11, 1889; Abraham, January 13, 1890; Homer, June 27, 1892; Hattie, April 17, 1896; and Daniel Curry, October 19, 1906.
Newspaper Obit Index
1 Jan 2002 thru 31 Dec 2002
Name Age CodeDate of Obit Section of Paper
CRUM, Charles E.76 TD15 Jun 2002C13
CRUM, Frances A.48 TD26 Jun 2002C5
CRUM, Lt. Cmdr.,82TD25 Sep 2002C7
Lawrence Clair Jr."Buzz," U.S. Navy, (Ret.)
Cambria County Burials
CRUM, Calvin C. 1928 1956
CRUM, Charles 1893 1968
CRUM, Cora S. 1866 1953
CRUM, Edith P. 23 Dec 1896 16 Sep 1957 MOTHER
CRUM, Howard F. 20 Mar 1886 19 Jan 1948 FATHER
CRUM, James D. 1891 1957 FATHER
CRUM, James Roy 1916 1922
CRUM, Walter G. 29 Sep 1866 22 Mar 1933
Crum, Amelia J.b. 1888; d. 1980
Crum, Arthur Victor b. 1915d. 1971
Crum, Calvin G. b. 3 Jul 1895 d. 16 Sep 1970
Crum, Charles H. b. 1907d. 1936
Crum, Elizabeth O. b. 1884d. 1951
Crum, Elmer E. b. 1884d.1953
Crum, Flossie C. b. 18 Feb 1913 d. 23 Mar 1989
Crum, Joseph W. b. 1879d. 1961
Crum, Robertb. 1924d. 1963
Crum, Roy S. b. 20 May 1921d. 6 Jul 1975
CRUM, Sarahb. 17 Feb 1856 ; d. 14 Aug 1941 w/o Jacob N. Crum
d/o David & Magdelena (Leasure) Miller
CRUM Arthur V 56 Wilmore PA>Los Angeles CA 1971-3-10
CRUM Burgess ( ) Dale Boro Johnstown PA 1930-9-18
CRUM Charles E 76 Portage PA 2002-6-19
CRUM Charlotte (FORSYTHE) 80 Altoona PA 1971-7-28
CRUM Connie (BROWN) 57 Portage PA 1997-9-3
CRUM June W (WRIGHT) 78 Tyrone PA 1997-11-26
CRUM Lawrence C Jr Lt Comdr "Buzz" 82 Richland Twp Cambria Co PA 2002-10-2 CRUM Mark P "Marco" 41 Portage PA 1997-7-9
CRUM Nellie (HELSEL) 54 Sidman PA 1970-10-14
CRUM Phyllis Marcine 71 Oakland PA 2001-3-21
CRUM Ruby Ruth (WILSON) 74 1998 8-19 Portage PA
CRUM, Lawrence Clair Jr 06 Mar 1920 24 Sep 2002 w/o Lois (CONSTABLE); s/o Lawrence & Maude (MANGUS) CRUM
WHITE Ruth I (CRUM) 73 PA>Kent OH 1986-2-19
WALTERS Elma (CRUM) 85 Portage PA 2000-12-27
McDANNELL, Annabella Weitman (Crum) Apr 1868 26 Jun 1936
WERTZ, Ella (Crum) 31 Oct 1885 10 Dec 1979
BOLVIN, Eva Crum 20 Apr 1897 4 Jan 1927
HELSEL, Elizabeth Ann (BURKEY) 11 Feb 1880 07 Jun 1957 w/o William HELSEL; d/o Daniel & Ruth (CRUM) BURKEY
CRUM, Ephraim Illegible
CRUM, Harold Foster 1895 1960
CRUM, Hiram Not Listed 22 Apr 1899
CRUM, Isaac Not Listed 17 Feb 1831
CRUM, Louisa 1867 1963
CRUM, Nicholas Not Listed 1817
CRUM, Sherman 1866 1923
CRUM, William Not Listed
CRUM, Arthur A. 3 Oct 1858 16 Feb 1905
CRUM, Jane 1843 1918
CRUM, Sylvester 1842 1908
CRUM, Thomas Not Listed 3 Apr 1889 Age 21y
McCUE, Sister M. Anne 13 Sep 1903 4 Sep 1926 1997 Mary, daughter of Dennis F. and Anne L. (Crum) McCue; [Photo]
CRUM, Ephraim Not Listed 18 May 1873 Age 70 1/2 yrs.
1889 Johnstown City Directory
Crum Henry, tel. lineman, r h Main st, Frank. 2-2.
+Crum Melville (col'd), laborer, bds Ed. Hedgman's.
1820 Summerhill Tax List
CRUM, Isaac: 200 acres, 50 cleared; 2 horses; 4 cows.
CRUM, John: 200 acres, 50 cleared; 4 horses; 6 cows.
CRAM, Cornelas: Single man, no taxables listed.
CROM, Ephraim: 200 acres, 40 cleared; 4 horses; 2 cows.
CROM, Evan: 300 acres, 50 cleared; 2 horses; 1 cow.
CROM, Ruben: 100 acres, 20 cleared; 1 cow
Blacklick Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1860 Federal Census
1 35 35 Crum Hannah 16 F W Penna X
Blacklick Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1870 Federal Census
17 18 18 Crum Sarah 24 F W Domestic svt. Penna
COMPANY C, FIRST BATTALION, NINETEENTH UNITED STATES INFANTRY,
COL. EDWARD S. CANBY,
Mustered in about October 21, 1861, for a three year term. Recruited at Ebensburg.
Crum, David, Wilmore, died in Service;
Crum, Nathan, Wilmore, died in service.;
Ebensburg War Memorial, Plaque 5
Ebensburg War Memorial, Plaque 9
JOHN R. CRUM
NATHANIEL B. CRUM
WILLIAM J. CRUM
Ebensburg War Memorial, Plaque 2
W. B. CRUM
TWENTY-THIRD REGIMENT, PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA.
Field and staff officers: Colonel, George B. Wiestling; Lieutenant-Colonel, Austin B. Snyder; major, Hugh J. Brady.
Company E, recruited in Cambria county, was mustered in, September 21, 1862; mustered out, September 30, 1862. The officers were:
23rdRegt Co E
SoldierRank Muster InTerm YearsRemarks
Oliver CrumCorpl21 Sept 1862 Mustered out 30 Sept 1862
Sylvester Crum Pvt21 Sept 1862 Mustered out 30 Sept 1862
THE “CAMBRIA GUARDS,” COMPANY D
204th Regt (5th HA) Co D
SoldierRankMuster InTerm YearsRemarks
CRUM, SylvesterPvt2 Sep 1864Mustered out with battery, 30 Jun 1865
54th Regt Co C
CRUM, OstonPvt27 Jan 18623Mustered out with company, 15 Jul 1865 ,Vet.
CRUM, Nathan B. Pvt11 Jan 18623Died 19 Apr 1865, of wounds received in action - buried at Hampton, Va. - Vet
Independent Battalion Co B
108th Regt Co G
CRUM, HiramPvt27 Aug 18613Discharged 27 Aug 1864 - expiration of term.
COMPANY A (RECRUITED IN CAMBRIA COUNTY).
William J. Crum. must. out with company June 13, 1864.
CAMBRIA COUNTY MARRIAGE INDEX
by Bride's Name
1910 CRUM, Ada PETTIGREW, John W.
1900 CRUM, Alice HAND, Samuel
1896 CRUM, Amanda Elizabeth FORSYTH, Thomas
1910 CRUM, Angline L. GLASGOW, Frank S
1889 CRUM, Arabella MacDONELL, Martin M.
1889 CRUM, Arabella McDONALD, Martin M.
1891 CRUM, Clara Ellen HADDEN, Stephen
1891 CRUM, Clara Ellen HADDON, Stephen
1897 CRUM, Elenora M. FORSYTH, John B.
1890 CRUM, Ella LAMER, John H.
1911 CRUM, Emily RHOADES, Frank
1896 CRUM, Esther C. GEORGE, Jacob M.
1911 CRUM, Grace OYLER, Roy J.
1911 CRUM, Lillie PATERICK, Adam
1911 CRUM, Lillie PATRICK, Adam
1897 CRUM, Margaret E. HOUGHTON, A. R.
1899 CRUM, Mary A. PFAFF, Frank M. (or Francis)
1896 CRUM, Mary E. RUGH, Clinton
1893 CRUM, Mollie FRY, Cyrus
1887 CRUM, Sadie C. EMIGH, George W.
1911 CRUM, Emily RHOADES, Frank
1891 CRUM, Clara Ellen HADDEN, Stephen
1910 CRUM, Angline L GLASGOW, Frank S. .
1835 CRUM,Elias (m.) ANN WALSH May 5, 1835
Abraham Crum b.August 14, 1810 in Pennsylvania; d.December 2, 1875 in Summerhill Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania; He was the son of John Crum, and one of seven children: John, Cornelius, Abraham, Kate, Elizabeth, Phoebe and Mary.
He married Mandilla (Amanda) Amigh b. July 27, 1820 in Pennsylvania; d.July 26, 1907; They had the following children;
Catherine, married Isaiah Berkey;
Frances Rebecca Crum b.December 1847 in Pennsylvania; d. May 6,1920;
She is buried in Mount Union Cemetery, Wilmore Cambria County, Pennsylvania; she married Silas Plummer; b.April 9 1868 in Cambria County, Pennsylvania;
Oston T Crum b .in Cambria county, Pa., Feb. 14, 1841; d.unknown; married Sarah, Weaver b.Oct. 11, 1840 d. unknown; She was the daughter of Jacob and Elizabeth (Rinehart) Weaver; When the war broke out he donned the blue and entered the service of his country. He was 21 years of age when he was enrolled April, 1861, as a private. He was struck by a piece of shell, for which he was confined in hospital at Richmond also was treated for typhoid fever. August, 1864, he was honorably discharged to re-enlist as a veteran and was given the usual thirty day furlough. He took part in the battles of Petersburg and Gettysburg, and was honorably discharged July, 1865. His brothers, Nathaniel and Harvey, served in the late war; the former was killed in action, the latter died in hospital. His wife's brothers, Jacob and Jesse, also served in Pa. Regts. Comrade Crum passed from the shores of time April 7, 1896, from Johnstown, Pa., having met death by an accident near Summers Hill. His widow has a pension and her address is Wilmore, Pa. (exert from published President’s Soldier’s and Statesmen, author unknown to me) Oston and Sarah married on Aug. 18, 1864. They had the following children…
Tabitha E. Crum
Sadie C. Crum,
Ira A. Crum b.unknown; d. young.,
Amanda E. Crum
Elnora M. Crum
Edith S. Crum
Phebe (Phoebe) Crum b. between 1813 and 1820 in Pennsylvania; She married Isaac
Ream b. 1824 in Pennsylvania
John Crum b.unknown; d.before 1852; married Rebecca? b.unknown; d.about 1854; they had the following children…
Elizabeth Crum b. 1795 in Maryland
Cornelius Crum b.between 1797 and 1800 in Maryland; he married Elizabeth ? B. between 1795 and 1800 in Maryland;
John Benson Crum b.Between 1800 and 1812; d. before 1854
Mary Ann Crum b. 1801 in Maryland
Rebecca Crum b. 1803 in Pennsylvania; d.1864
Catherine (Kate) Crum b.1808 in Pennsylvania
Nicholas M. Crum b.December 8, 1795 in Maryland Or Pennsylvania; d. May 5, 1867 in Portage Pennsylvania; Burial; May 1867 in Portage, Cambria County, Pennsylvania;Married Pauline Knepper b.about 1790 in Croyle, Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania; d. February 24, 1834; She was the daughter of Godfrey Knepper b. about 1762 in Berks County, Pennsylvania; Her mother was Catherine or Betsy Stoler b.October 17, 1767 in Atlantic Ocean, Nicholas and Pauline were married on October 12, 1817 in Pennsylvania; They had the following children…
Hezekiah Crum b.April 7, 1818 in Pennsylvania
Rosannah Crum b.May 20, 1819 in Pennsylvania
Delila Crum b.January 17, 1821 in Pennsylvania
Mary Ann Crum b.January 13, 1823 in Pennsylvania
Susan Crum b.February 1, 1825 in Pennsylvania
Moses Crum b.February 4, 1826 in Pennsylvania
Samuel Crum b.July 18, 1827 in Pennsylvania
Rachel Crum b. June 2,1830 in Pennsylvania
Fleetwood Crum b. June 2, 1830 in Pennsylvania
Nicholas also married Margaret Mulhollen; b. December 10, 1808 in Bedford Co. Pennsylvania; d.September 29, 1899 in Summerhill township , Cambria County, Pennsylvania; BurialOctober 1, 1899 in Portage, Cambria County, Pennsylvania; She was the daughter of William Mulhollen b. 1782 in Ireland d. 1810 in Pennsylvania; Her mother was Phoebe Smith b.1782? Massachusetts; d. February 2, 1893 in Pennsylvania; Phoebe’s parents were John Smith b.1730 in Vermont ;d. July 24, 1806; he was a mariner of the State of Massachusetts, He took oath of allegiance March 12, 1778;Her Mother was Pheobe ?Nicholas and Margaret were married on January 17, 1837 in Pennsylvania; they had the following children…
Aaron Crumb. January 21, 1841 in Summerhill township, Cambria County Pennsylvania ; d.December 25, 1841
Lavina Crum b. October 22,1837 in Pennsylvania
David Crum b. March 4, 1839 in Pennsylvania
Margaret Crum b.1842 in Pennsylvania; d. December 15, 1866 in Pennsylvania
Hanah Crum b.November 29, 1844 in Pennsylvania
Isora Crum b. April 26, 1847 in Pennsylvania
Izenith Crum b.April 26,1847 in Pennsylvania
Sarah A. Crum b.February 18,1851
Nicholas S. Crum b. August 13,1854 in Pennsylvania; d.February 28, 1927 in Summerhill Township Pennsylvania; He married Ester C.Mulhollen b. 1861 in Pennsylvania; he second married Clemnia Koblet Mulhollen;
Margaret was also married before to John Himes b.about 1804 in Germany; d.about 1835 in Summerhill township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania; They had the following children…
Elizabeth Himes b.December 17, 1829 in Newry, Blair County, Pennsylvania
William Himes b.May 2,1832 in Newry, Blair County, Pennsylvania
Jessie Himes b.August 13, 1835 in Pennsylvania
Jacob Himes b.August 13, 1835 in Pennsylvania