Henry R. Crum

M, #2791, b. circa 1914, d. 7 July 1993
ChartsBenjamin Crum Pedigree Chart
Benjamin Crum Descendant Indented Chart
FatherHenry Francis Crum b. 7 Aug 1873, d. 8 Dec 1967
MotherLillian C. Babel b. 1876, d. 25 Jan 1959
Birth*circa 1914 Henry R. Crum was born circa 1914 in NJG.1 
1920 Census17 February 1920 He appeared on the 1920 Federal Census of River Road, Hopewell Township, Mercer, NJG in the household of his parents, Henry Francis Crum and Lillian C. Babel.1 
1930 Census15 May 1930 He appeared on the 1930 Federal Census of River Road, Hopewell Township, Mercer, NJG in the household of his parents, Henry and Lillian.2 
Death*7 July 1993 He died on 7 July 1993 at Sebring, Highlands, FLG.3 
Last Edited23 Jan 2016

Citations

  1. 1920 U.S. census, Mercer, NJ, population schedule, Hopewell Township, E.D. 41, page 16A, dwelling 326, family 351, Henry Crum: digital image by subscription, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com) (accessed 5 Oct 2011): National Archives microfilm T62_1053.
  2. 1930 U.S. census, Mercer, NJ, population schedule, Hopewell Township, E.D. 93, page 19B, dwelling 427, family 433, Henry F. Crum: digital image by subscription, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com) (accessed 5 Oct 2011):.
  3. Henry R. Crum, 142-01-8014, Social Security Death Index, Master File, NJ ( Before 1951): (Ancestry.com, 6 Oct 2011).

Isaac R Crum

M, #65, b. 18 September 1860, d. 21 October 1953
Isaac Crum (1860-1953)
son of Henry and Catherine Moore Crum
Isaac and his wife, Maggie Smith Crum
ChartsBenjamin Crum Pedigree Chart
Benjamin Crum Descendant Indented Chart
FatherHenry Crum b. 6 Apr 1815, d. 29 Oct 1897
MotherCatherine Moore b. 21 Oct 1817, d. 23 Dec 1891
Birth*18 September 1860 Isaac R Crum was born on 18 September 1860 in Sandbrook, Hunterdon, NJG.1 
1870 Census30 June 1870 He appeared on the 1870 Federal Census of Delaware Township, Hunterdon, New JerseyG in the household of his parents, Henry Crum and Catherine Moore.2 
1880 Census9 June 1880 He appeared on the 1880 Federal Census of North Delaware, Hunterdon, New JerseyG in the household of his parents, Henry and Catherine. He was working as a farmer.3 
1885 NJ census1885 Isaac was still living with his parents and brother George when the 1885 state census was taken.4 
Marriage*10 December 1885 He married Maggie Smith on 10 December 1885 at the bride's residence, Copper Hill. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Blattenberger.5,6 
1895 NJ census*1895 Isaac and Maggie appeared on the census in 1895 at Delaware Township, Hunterdon, NJG. The household included their daughter, Ruth, and Isaac's brother George, and father, Henry.7 
Probate4 January 1897 He was named heir of the Sarah White estate which was probated on 4 January 1897 at Surrogate's Office, Hunterdon County Courthouse, Flemington, Hunterdon, NJG. He was to receive 1/6 of the residue of the estate after all expenses and bequests were paid. Sarah White was his father's sister.8 
Deed Grantee*1 April 1900 He purchased 99.75 acres from Henry K. Fink and wife, Christiana, for $2500 on 1 April 1900. This was the same land that Isaac, as administrator of his father's estate, sold to Fink on 1 Apr 1899.The land was located in Delaware Township, Hunterdon, NJG.9 
1900 Census*25 June 1900 Isaac and Maggie appeared on the 1900 Federal Census of Delaware Township, Hunterdon, NJG, enumerated 25 June 1900. Their children Ruth and Mahlon Frank were listed as living with them. In addition, Isaac's disabled brother, George, and his niece, Rheba Crum, were included in the household. Isaac was farming the land he owned.10 
Misc*1903 In 1903, it was announced that "Isaac R. Crum has been appointed clerk of the Board of Education of Delaware township."11 
1910 Census*20 April 1910 He and Maggie Smith appeared on the 1910 Federal Census of Delaware Township, Hunterdon, NJG, enumerated 20 April 1910. Their children Ruth and Mahlon Frank were listed as living with them. Isaac was farming land that he owned.12 
Reunion*circa 3 November 1924 He and his wife, Maggie, hosted a Crum family reunion at their home in Sand Brook in honor of Isaac's brother, Daniel, who was visiting the East for the first time since he moved to Kansas 47 years earlier. There were about 45 members of the Crum family in attendance.13 
Research needed* The following attendees of the Crum Family Reunion have not been identified: Mr. and Mrs. W. Crum, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Crum, Mr and Mrs. I. W. Shepherd. 
1930 Census*14 April 1930 He and Maggie Smith appeared on the 1930 Federal Census of Delaware Township, Hunterdon, NJG, enumerated 14 April 1930.The couple lived in a home they owned and had a radio. 69 year old Isaac was employed as an agent for a machinery business.14 
Death*21 October 1953 He died on 21 October 1953 at age 93.1 
Burial*24 October 1953 He was buried on 24 October 1953 at Sandy Ridge Cemetery, Sandy Ridge, Hunterdon, NJG.1 

Children of Isaac R Crum and Maggie Smith

Last Edited11 May 2016

Citations

  1. Isaac R. Crum, Vital Records Abstract Certification (Death) 40742 (27 Oct 1953), Vital Statistics, New Jersey Department of Health, CN 370, Trenton, New Jersey.
  2. 1870 U.S. census, Hunterdon, NJ, population schedule, Delaware Township, page 139, dwelling 118, family 127, Henry Crum: digital image by subscription, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com) (accessed 25 Aug 2008): National Archives microfilm M593_ 869.
  3. 1880 U.S. census, Hunterdon, NJ, population schedule, North Delaware Township, E. D. 65, page 19 (penned) page 10 (stamped), dwelling 189, family 204, Henry Crum: digital image by subscription, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com) (accessed 6 Oct 2007): National Archives microfilm T9_787.
  4. Henry Crum, 1885 New Jersey State Census, dwelling 14, family 16, Delaware Township, Hunterdon, NJ, microfilm 888624, Family History Library Salt Lake City, UT.
  5. Marriages, Hunterdon County Democrat, Flemington, New Jersey, 15 Dec 1885, volume 48, number 18, http://njsuttonfamily.org
  6. Hunterdon County Historical Society, Flemington, NJ, Hunterdon County Marriage Records, 1876 - 1900, compiled by FranK E. Burd; 1765392, items 3 - 4, Family History Library Salt Lake City, UT.
  7. Isaac R. Crum, 1895 New Jersey State Census, dwelling 104, family 114, Delaware Township, Hunterdon, NJ, microfilm 1026332, Family History Library Salt Lake City, UT.
  8. Sarah White, Hunterdon, NJ Surrogate's Office Probate file 2363 (Will Book 18, page 538), Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT, microfilm 802408.
  9. Hunterdon County Deeds, Volume 254, page 556: microfilm 805487, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT.
  10. 1900 U.S. census, Hunterdon, NJ, population schedule, Delaware Township, E.D. 6, page 12A, dwelling 269, family 291, Isaac Crum: digital image by subscription, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com) (accessed 14 Feb 2010): National Archives microfilm T623_980.
  11. Sergeantsville, Trenton Evening Times, Trenton, NJ, 02 Apr 1903, www.genealogybank.com.
  12. 1910 U.S. census, Hunterdon, NJ, population schedule, Delaware Township, E.D. 6, page 5A, dwelling 105, family 111, Isaac Crum: digital image by subscription, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com) (accessed 14 Feb 2010): National Archives microfilm T624_895.
  13. Crum Reunion, Trenton Evening Times, Trenton, NJ, 3 Nov 1924, page 18, www.genealogybank.com (accessed 13 Mar 2016). The newspaper article states that Daniel Crum was visiting from California. The 1920 and 1930 federal census shows he was residing in Kansas in those yerars. The compiler has not found any evidence he ever lived in CA.
  14. 1930 U.S. census, Hunterdon, NJ, population schedule, Delaware Township, E.D. 10, page 7A, dwelling 179, family 179, Isaac Crum: digital image by subscription, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com) (accessed 14 Feb 2010): National Archives microfilm T626.

Isabelle Maidie Crum

F, #1375, b. 8 January 1918, d. 4 February 2009
Isabelle Crum Rorer (1918-2009), daughter of "Cleve"and Elizabeth Scott Crum, dressed up to greet her husband's return from WWII, 1945
Isabelle Crum Rorer, age 80
Isabelle Crum Rorer obituary
Posted on the Daniels Family Funeral Services website
Isabelle Crum's favorite photo of herself
Frank Scott Crum (1919-1998), age 14, and his sister, Isabelle Maidie Crum (1918-2009), age 15; children of Grover Cleveland and Elizabeth Scott Crum
Scott and Isabelle Crum
ChartsBenjamin Crum Pedigree Chart
Benjamin Crum Descendant Indented Chart
FatherGrover Cleveland Crum b. 17 Dec 1887, d. 27 Apr 1975
MotherMary Elizabeth Scott b. 16 Oct 1892, d. 5 Jul 1970
Birth*8 January 1918 Isabelle Maidie Crum was born on 8 January 1918 in the family home on Norway Avenue, Hamilton Township, NJ.1 
Namesake* It is amazing to see how the name of Isabelle (Isabella) has come down at least five generations on both sides of the Atlantic. Isabelle was named for her grandfather's sister, Isabella Scott. Isabella Scott was named for her grandmother, Mary Isabella Borrowscale Scott of Cockermouth, Cumberland England. In addition to Isabelle Crum Rorer, born 1918 in New Jersey, there is Isabella Scott Bell, born 1916 in Cockermouth. These third cousins are both great, great granddaughters of Mary Isabella Borrowscale Scott, born in 1791. 
1920 Census10 January 1920 She appeared on the 1920 Federal Census of 211 Norway Avenue, Hamilton Township, Mercer, NJG in the household of her parents, Grover Cleveland Crum and Mary Elizabeth Scott.2 
Reunioncirca 3 November 1924 She and her father attended the Crum Family Reunion hosted by Isaac and Maggie Crum in honor of Isaac's brother, Daniel, who was visiting the East for the first time since moving to Kansas 47 years earlier.3 
Event-Misc*February 1926 Isabelle participated in a water pagent entitled the "Giants Garden" at the 'Y' swimming pool.4 
1930 Census21 April 1930 She appeared on the 1930 Federal Census of 23 Norway Avenue, Hamilton Township, Mercer, NJG in the household of her parents.5 
Event-MiscJanuary 1933 At a meeting of the Intermediate Society of the Westminster Presbyterian Church, Isabelle was elected Secretary.6 
Education*18 June 1935 Isabelle graduated from Hamilton High School, Hamilton Township, Mercer, NJG.7 
Event-Misc16 April 1936 Isabelle was appointed to the social committee of the Young People's Society of the Westminster Presbyterian Church.8 
Event-MiscNovember 1936 Isabelle was one of the honorary bearers at the funeral of Jeanette Welch.8 
Compiler's Comment* Jeanette, who was only twenty at the time of her death, must have been dearly loved by Isabelle: the middle name of her first child, Frances Jean, was in honor of Jeanette. 
Event-MiscJune 1938 Isabelle was on the Program Committee for the annual Children's Day at the Westminster Presbyterian Church.8 
Compiler's Comment22 September 1939 She received a Bachelor of Science degree from the State Teachers College at Trenton (currently known as the College of New Jersey) in 1939. Her degree enabled her to teach first through eighth grade. Isabelle had wanted to be a Latin teacher. The colleges that trained teachers in New Jersey specialized in particular areas. The college at which language education was taught was not close to Isabelle's home. Attending that college would have required Isabelle to room at the school. Money was too scarce for Isabelle to attend any other college than the one in her hometown. The programs offered at her local college were to train teachers of music, elementary education and business education. Isabelle had to give up her dream of being a Latin teacher and majored in elementary education. She was certified in the State of New Jersey on 22 Sept 1942, after teaching for three years. 
Marriage*1 January 1940 She married Laurence Frank Rorer, son of Harry Closson Rorer and Emily McGookin, on 1 January 1940 at Warrenton, Fauquier, VAG.9 
Compiler's Comment Isabelle and Mickey kept their marriage secret. After the marriage license was issued, they returned to live with their respective parents. One of the main reasons their marriage was secret was because married women could not be employed as teachers. The public felt these jobs should be given to men who were supporting families, not to women who already had a wage earner in the home. Isabelle wanted to become tenured. She kept her marriage secret until she received tenure. 
1940 census16 April 1940 She appeared on the 16 April 1940 Federal Census of 23 Norway Avenue, Hamilton Township, Mercer, NJG in the household of her parents, Grover Cleveland and Mary Elizabeth. She was a teacher in the public schools.10 
Event-MiscDecember 1940 Isabelle was a teacher at the Kuser School. She was on the arrangements committee for the Parent-Teacher Association's annual Christmas Party.11 
Event-MiscJune 1941 "Isabelle Crum's first grade won the attendance award" at the final meeting of the season of the Kuser Parent-Teacher Association.12 
Event-MiscDecember 1941 Isabelle was on the Program Committee for the annual Christmas Treat at the Westminster Presbtertian Church.13 
Event-MiscOctober 1942 Isabelle Crum and Margaret Campbell were in charge of the beginners church school at the Westminster Presbyterian Church.14 
Event-MiscMarch 1943 "A leave of absence was granted Miss Isabelle Crum, teacher of first grade in Kuser School."15 
Compiler's Comment Isabelle had now received tenure. She took a leave of absence so she could join Mickey in Phoenix, AZ where he was an Army Air Corps cadet. Air Corps cadets were not allowed to be married while they were in training. As soon as many of the cadets received their wings, they married their sweethearts. Mickey and Isabelle followed this pattern. 
Marriage15 April 1943 She married Laurence Frank Rorer on 15 April 1943 at Phoenix, AZG, for the second time. This wedding was announced to family and friends and to the Army Air Corps.16 
Compiler's Comment20 March 1944 After Mickey was sent overseas in the fall of 1944, Isabelle returned to Trenton and resumed her teaching career in Hamilton Township. When Mickey returned from serving in Italy, Isabelle resigned her teaching position in order to stay home and raise her daughter, Frances. She resumed her teaching career in 1962 and taught for a total of 24 years. 
Compiler's Comment Isabelle and Mickey retired to Albuquerque. After having lived in the desert in Phoenix during the war, Isabelle had always wanted to return to the warm, sunny, dry climate. When two of her daughters settled in Albuquerque, Issy had the perfect excuse to move to the Southwest. While living in Albuquerque, she volunteered as the librarian for the Literary Volunteers of America (LVA). LVA's mission was to tutor adults who had never learned to read. She also had an interest in gardening. Isabelle won an award from her homeowner's association for the plantings she had nurtured in front of her garden wall. 
Death*4 February 2009 She died on 4 February 2009 at 808 Hackberry Trail SE, Albuquerque, Bernalillo, NMG, at age 91.17 
Burial* Her ashes were interred at her husband's grave at Vista Verde Cemetery, Sara Road, Rio Rancho, Bernalillo, NMG.17 

Children of Isabelle Maidie Crum and Laurence Frank Rorer

  • Charlotte Louise Rorer
  • Sherri Alice Rorer
  • Roxanne Rorer
  • Frances Jean Rorer
Last Edited11 May 2016

Citations

  1. Isabelle Maidie Crum, certificate of birth 27474, Division of Vital Statistics, Bureau of Health, City of Trenton, New Jersey.
  2. 1920 U.S. census, Mercer, NJ, population schedule, Hamilton Township, E.D. 37, page 16A, dwelling 342, family 353, Grover C. Crum: digital image by subscription, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com) (accessed 2 Jan 2012): National Archives microfilm T625_1053.
  3. Crum Reunion, Trenton Evening Times, Trenton, NJ, 3 Nov 1924, page 18, www.genealogybank.com (accessed 13 Mar 2016). The newspaper article states that Daniel Crum was visiting from California. The 1920 and 1930 federal census shows he was residing in Kansas in those yerars. The compiler has not found any evidence he ever lived in CA.
  4. "Y" Swimming Classes Have Water Show", Trenton Evening Times, Trenton, NJ, 2 Feb 1926, www.genealogybank.com.
  5. 1930 U.S. census, Mercer, NJ, population schedule, Hamilton Township, E.D. 80, sheet 9, dwelling 454, family 575, Grover C. Crum: digital image by subscription, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com) (accessed 09 Nov 2010): National Archives microfilm T1626_1362.
  6. Westminster, Trenton Evening Times, Trenton, NJ, 21 Jan 1933, www.genealogybank.com.
  7. Hamilton Seniors Receive Diplomas, Trenton Evening Times, Trenton, NJ, 19 Jun 1935, www.genealogybank.com.
  8. Officers Elected, Trenton Evening Times, Trenton, NJ, 17 Apr 1936, www.genealogybank.com.
  9. Laurence F. Rorer and Isabelle M. Crum Certificate of Marriage, in the files of Louise Rorer Rosett, 1005 Stagecoach Rd SE, Albuquerque, NM.
  10. 1940 U.S. census, Mercer, NJ, population schedule, Hamilton Township, E.D. 11-16, page 6A, line 10, Grover C. Crum: digital image by subscription, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com) (accessed 19 Feb 1940):.
  11. Kuser, Trenton Evening Times, Trenton, NJ, 15 Dec 1940, www.genealogybank.com.
  12. Kuser, Trenton Evening Times, Trenton, NJ, 15 Jun 1941, www.genealogybank.com.
  13. Annual Treat to be Conducted at Westminster Church, Trenton Evening Times, Trenton, NJ, 10 Dec 1941, www.genealogybank.com.
  14. Westminster, Trenton Evening Times, Trenton, NJ, 23 Oct 1942, www.genealogybank.com.
  15. Hamilton Reports Teacher Changes, Trenton Evening Times, Trenton, NJ, 11 Mar 1943, www.genealogybank.com.
  16. Laurence Frank Rorer and Isabell [sic] Maidie Crum marriage, in the files of Louise Rorer Rosett, 1005 Stagecoach Rd SE, Albuquerque, NM.
  17. Isabelle M. Crum Rorer, Certificate of Death 2009-001240 (12 Feb 2009), Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics, Santa Fe, New Mexico.

James P Crum

M, #57, b. 2 April 1845, d. 5 February 1867
ChartsBenjamin Crum Pedigree Chart
Benjamin Crum Descendant Indented Chart
FatherHenry Crum b. 6 Apr 1815, d. 29 Oct 1897
MotherCatherine Moore b. 21 Oct 1817, d. 23 Dec 1891
Birth*2 April 1845 James P Crum was born on 2 April 1845 in NJG.1,2 
1850 Census8 August 1850 He appeared on the 1850 Federal Census of Raritan, at Hunterdon, NJ in the household of his parents, Henry Crum and Catherine Moore.3 
1860 Census30 August 1860 He appeared on the 1860 Federal Census of Sand Brook, Delaware Township, Hunterdon, NJG in the household of his parents, Henry Crum and Catherine Moore.2 
Death*5 February 1867 He died on 5 February 1867 at age 21.4,5,1 
Burial* He was buried at Lower Amwell Graveyard, Delaware Township, Hunterdon, NJG. His tombstone reads: James P. Crum, son of Henry and Catherine, died February 5, 1867, age 21 years, 10 months, 3 days.The Lower Amwell Graveyard is one mile from Sand Brook, Delaware Township. His grave is in row 9, starting at the north.5,6 
Namesake* James Peter Crum was named for James P Crum. 
Last Edited16 Mar 2016

Citations

  1. Letter from Ruth Ent (Box 22, Sergeantsville, New Jersey) to Louise Rorer Rosett, 2 May 1978; in the files of Louise Rorer Rosett (1005 Stagecoach Rd SE, Albuquerque, NM). Ruth Ent copied birth, marriage and death information from the family Bible in the possession of Ruth Crum, daughter of Isaac Crum.
  2. 1860 U.S. census, Hunterdon, NJ, population schedule, Delaware Township, page 406, dwelling 513, family 568, Henry Crum: digital image by subscription, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com) (accessed 21 Aug 2008): National Archives microfilm M653_695.
  3. 1850 U.S. census, Hunterdon, NJ, population schedule, Raritan Township, page 64, dwelling 259, family 285, Henry Crum: digital image by subscription, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com) (accessed 19 Aug 2008): National Archives microfilm M432_453.
  4. Letter from Frank Burd President Old Amwell Cemetery (Stockton, New Jersey) to Louise Rorer Rosett, 6 Aug 1980; in the files of Louise Rorer Rosett (1005 Stagecoach Rd SE, Albuquerque, NM).
  5. Daughters of the American Revolution (New Jersey), Cemetery Inscriptions - Hunterdon, Somerset, Middlesex (Salt Lake City, Utah: Family History Library), microfilm 0868273, item 3.
  6. James P. Crum cemetery marker, in the files of Louise Rorer Rosett, 1005 Stagecoach Rd SE, Albuquerque, NM; marker read by Isabelle C. Rorer.

James Peter Crum

M, #2654, b. 1867, d. 10 February 1956
ChartsBenjamin Crum Pedigree Chart
Benjamin Crum Descendant Indented Chart
FatherLeonard Crum b. 18 Apr 1839, d. a 21 Apr 1910
MotherSusan R Dawes b. Sep 1841, d. 16 Oct 1931
Birth*1867 James Peter Crum was born in 1867 at New JerseyG.1,2,3 
Namesake* James Peter Crum was probably named for James P Crum, his father's brother who died the same year this James was born. 
1870 Census8 July 1870 He appeared on the 1870 Federal Census in the home of his parents, Leonard and Susan.2 
1880 CensusJune 1880 He appeared on the 1880 Federal Census of West Raritan, Hunterdon, NJG in the household of his parents, Leonard Crum and Susan R Dawes.4 
Note* He also was listed in the household of M.W. Young of East Raritan. Perhaps he was helping on the Young's farm during the summer months.5 
1900 Census*8 June 1900 He appeared on the 1900 Federal Census of 424 N 22nd Street, Philadelphia, PAG, enumerated 8 June 1900. His uncle, Joseph H. Crum, was living in the same boarding house. James and his uncle were both metal workers.6 
Marriage*10 October 1914 He married Ada S Horn, daughter of John H. Horn and Sarah Parker, on 10 October 1914. He was 44 and she was 45. It was a first marriage for both. James P. was a carpenter, residing in Brookville, Delaware Township. Ada was residing at 72 N. Main, Lambertville. Officiating was Henry W. Armstrong, St. Andrew's Church, Lambertville.7 
1920 Census*22 January 1920 On 22 January 1920, James and Ada appeared on the 1920 Federal Census of Main Street, Stockton, Hunterdon, NJG. He was a self-employed carpenter living in a home he owned free of a mortgage.8 
Reunioncirca 3 November 1924 He and wife attended the Crum Family Reunion hosted by Isaac and Maggie Crum in honor of Isaac's brother, Daniel, who was visiting the East for the first time since moving to Kansas 47 years earlier.9 
Death*10 February 1956 He died on 10 February 1956.1,3 
Burial* He was buried at Mt. Hope Cemetery, Lambertville, Hunterdon, NJG.1,3 

Family: James Peter Crum and Ada S Horn

Last Edited16 Mar 2016

Citations

  1. James P. Crum cemetery marker, in the files of Louise Rorer Rosett, 1005 Stagecoach Rd SE, Albuquerque, NM; marker read by Isabelle C. Rorer.
  2. 1870 U.S. census, Hunterdon NJ, population schedule, Delaware Township, page 142A, dwelling 165, family 176, Leonard Crum: digital image by subscription, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com) (accessed 8 Feb 2010): National Archives microfilm M593-869.
  3. Find a Grave Index 1600's-Current,www.findagrave.com.
  4. 1880 U.S. census, Hunterdon, NJ, population schedule, West Raritan, E.D. 73, page 152.2000, dwelling 344, family 353, Leonard Crum: digital image by subscription, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com) (accessed 28 Feb 2010): National Archives microfilm T9_787.
  5. 1880 U.S. census, Hunterdon, NJ, population schedule, Raritan Township, E.D. 72, page 122C, dwelling 186, family 218, M. W. Young: digital image by subscription, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com) (accessed 25 Jul 2010): National Archives microfilm T9_787.
  6. 1900 U.S. census, Philadelphia, PA, population schedule, Philadelphia Ward 15, E.D. 285, page 8A, dwelling 109, family 156, John Neville: digital image by subscription, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com) (accessed 17 Oct 2009): National Archives microfilm T623_1458.
  7. James P. Crum and Ada S. Horn Certificate of Marriage: microfilm 303, Department of State, Division of Archives and Records, 225 West State Street, P. O. Box 307, Trenton, NJ.
  8. 1920 U.S. census, Hunterdon, NJ, population schedule, Stockton borough, page 1B, dwelling 29, family 29, James P.Crum: digital image by subscription, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com) (accessed 12 Mar 2011): National Archives microfilm T625-1053.
  9. Crum Reunion, Trenton Evening Times, Trenton, NJ, 3 Nov 1924, page 18, www.genealogybank.com (accessed 13 Mar 2016). The newspaper article states that Daniel Crum was visiting from California. The 1920 and 1930 federal census shows he was residing in Kansas in those yerars. The compiler has not found any evidence he ever lived in CA.