I’m researching Henry Crum (Crom or Crumb) who died on 3 June 1767 in Frederick County, Virginia. He is listed with Conrod Riffe in these two records:
Virginia's Colonial Soldiers, by Lloyd DeWitt Bockstruck, page 322, "Courts Martial Records At a court martial held 3 Sept. 1746... On the complaint of Capt. Peter Shoul the following were fined: ... Henry Crom and Conrod Riffe for not appearing at 1 private and 1 general muster."
Virginia Northern Neck Land Grants, 1775-1800, vol. III, page 214 "X-454: Conrod Painter heir at Law of Peter Painter dec'd 160 A. (24 Nov 1765) in Frederick Co. on Punk Run adj. Henry Crom, Conrod Rife, Blue Rg. 22 Dec 1796 [Dl'd Col. Byrd 27 Dec 1796].
Conrad Painter was a witness to the will of Henry Crum’s widow, Ann:
May 1775, Will of Ann Crum, Parish of Beckford, County of Dunmore, Virginia; Listed John Crum as heir, witnessed by Conrad Painter
Did Henry and Ann Crum’s son John Crum/Crume marry Conrod Riffe’s daughter, Christina?
Henry Crum shows up in Orange County, Virginia in 1740. Is anything known about Conrod Riffe before 1746?
Is the Conrad Reif who was in Philadelphia in 1745 the same person as Conrod Riffe who was later in Virginia?
Michael Tepper (ed.), Emigrants to Pennsylvania, 1641-1819, Baltimore: Genealogical Publ. Co., 1979, page 84. "Servants and Apprentices Bound and Assigned Before James Hamilton Dec. 7th.  Garret Fiscus, of Phila., taylor, in consideration of twenty-one pounds paid by Conrad Reif, of Phila., to Benjamin Shoemaker for his and his wife's passage from Holland indents himself a servant to Conrad Reif, for four years from this date. Customary dues."