Benjamin Crum

M, #28
ChartsBenjamin Crum Pedigree Chart
Benjamin Crum Descendant Indented Chart
Marriage*5 May 1810 Benjamin Crum married Sarah Lanning on 5 May 1810 at Dutch Reformed Church, Neshanic, Somerset, New JerseyG. About ten weeks later, their first child was born.1 
Event-Misc* "While the childen were small he disappeared and it was never known what happened to him."2 
Research needed* For information on which sources have been checked for Benjamin Crum's origins and ideas of where to search next, please read Researching Benjamin Crum's Origins

Children of Benjamin Crum and Sarah Lanning

Last Edited4 Jul 2016

Citations

  1. Benjamin Crum and Sarah Lanning marriage, 5 May 1810, in church register, 1762 - 1872, Dutch Reformed Church, Neshanic, New Jersey, microfilm 1927823, item 5, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT.
  2. Letter from Ruth Crum great granddaughter of Benjamin Crum (71 General Greene Avenue, Trenton, NJ) to Mr. Charles W. Pettie PO Box # 843 Wilmington DE, 22 Sep 1936; Hunterdon County Historical Society (114 Main Street, Flemington, New Jersey), Crum Family Manuscript File, Hiram E. Deats Papers, Collection 32, Box 1, Folder 20.

Bertha May Crum

F, #2543, b. February 1880, d. 13 March 1939
Bertha Mae Crum (1880-1939)
daughter of Lewis and Anna Synder Crum
ChartsBenjamin Crum Pedigree Chart
Benjamin Crum Descendant Indented Chart
FatherLewis C Crum b. 21 May 1848, d. 5 Sep 1918
MotherAnna L Snyder b. 1852, d. 19 Jan 1926
Birth*February 1880 Bertha May Crum was born in February 1880 in NJG.1 
1880 Census9 June 1880 Bertha May was living with her parents and paternal grandparents when the 1880 U.S. census of North Delaware, Hunterdon, New JerseyG was enumerated on 9 June 1880.1 
1885 NJ census1885 She was living with her parents in Delaware Township, Hunterdon, NJG when the 1885 NJ census was enumerated.2 
1900 Census19 June 1900 She appeared on the 1900 Federal Census of West Raritan Township, Hunterdon, NJG in the household of her parents, Lewis C Crum and Anna L Snyder. No occupation was listed for the twenty year old. She was probably helping her mother with the housekeeping.3 
1905 NJ census3 June 1905 She was still living with her parents in Delaware Township, Hunterdon, NJG when the 1905 state census was taken.4 
1910 Census1910 She appeared on the 1910 Federal Census Delaware Township, Hunterdon, NJG in the household of her parents, Lewis and Anna.5 
Reunioncirca 3 November 1924 She 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.6 
Death*13 March 1939 Bertha May Crum died on 13 March 1939 at age 59.7 
Burial* She was buried at Sandy Ridge Cemetery, Delaware Township, Hunterdon, NJG.8 
Probate4 April 1939 Her estate was probated by Surrogate Carson, Mercer Court House, Trenton, NJG. She left a cash bequest of $500 to the Flemington Baptist Church. Her uncle, Isaac Crum and his wife, Margaret, of Sergeantsville were named as beneficiaries of the residue of her estate.9 
Last Edited11 May 2016

Citations

  1. 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.
  2. Lewis Crum, 1885 New Jersey State Census, dwelling 75, family 84, Delaware Township, Hunterdon, NJ, microfilm 888624, Family History Library Salt Lake City, UT.
  3. 1900 U.S. census, Hunterdon, NJ, population schedule, West Raritan Township, E.D. 20, page 9A, dwelling 195, family 203, Lewis Crum: digital image by subscription, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com) (accessed 2 Mar 2010): National Archives microfilm T623_981.
  4. Lewis C. Crum, 1905 New Jersey State Census, schedule No. 1, population, dwelling 66, family 68, Delaware Township, Hunterdon, NJ, microfilm 1688613, Family History Library Salt Lake City, UT.
  5. 1910 U.S. census, Hunterdon, NJ, population schedule, Delaware Township, E.D. 6, page 4B, dwelling 97, family 103, Lewis C. Crum: digital image by subscription, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com) (accessed 3 Oct 2011): National Archives microfilm T624_895.
  6. 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.
  7. Hunterdon County Historical Society, Hunterdon County Obituaries compiled by Frank Burd; 1765495, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT.
  8. Bertha May Crum cemetery marker, in the files of Louise Rorer Rosett, 1005 Stagecoach Rd SE, Albuquerque, NM; marker read by Isabelle C. Rorer.
  9. Flemington Church Gets $500 Bequest, Trenton Evening Times, Trenton, NJ, 4 Apr 1939, page 10, www.genealogybank.com (accessed 3 Mar 2016).

Carrie Bell Crum

F, #2653, b. November 1865, d. 27 February 1950
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*November 1865 Carrie Bell Crum was born in November 1865 in NJG.1,2 
1870 Census8 July 1870 She appeared on the 1870 Federal Census of Sergeantsville, Delaware Township, Hunterdon, NJG in the household of her parents, Leonard Crum and Susan R Dawes.1 
1880 CensusJune 1880 She appeared on the 1880 Federal Census of West Raritan, Hunterdon, NJG in the household of her parents, Leonard and Susan.3 
Marriage*2 March 1886 She married William LaRue on 2 March 1886 at Hopewell, Mercer, NJG.4,5 
1900 Census*7 June 1900 She and William LaRue appeared on the 1900 Federal Census of West Amwell, Hunterdon, NJG enumerated 7 June 1900. Their son, Leonard, was listed as living with them. William LaRue was a farm laborer.2 
Reunioncirca 3 November 1924 She Larue 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.6 
Misc*3 November 1924 She was Isaac Crum and his wife, Maggie, hosted a Crum family reunion at their home in Sand Brook. The guest of honor was Isaac's brother, Daniel, who had not been back to New Jersey since he moved to Kansas 47 years earlier. There were about forty two members of the Crum family in attendance. on 3 November 1924 at Stockton, Hunterdon, NJG
1930 Census*9 April 1930 She and William LaRue appeared on the 1930 Federal Census of Lambertville, Hunterdon, NJG, enumerated 9 April 1930.7 
Death*27 February 1950 She died on 27 February 1950 at age 84.Her obituary appeared in the 28 Feb 1950 Trenton Evening Times: "LAMBERTVILLE - Mrs. Carrie B. LaRue, 85, widow of William T. LaRue, died yesterday at her home on George Street. Surviving are a son, Leonard, of Lambertville, four brothers, Henry Crum of Washington Crossing, James Crum of Ringoes, Jason Crum of Neshanic and John Crum of Lambertville and a sister, Mrs. Lizzie Buchanan of Lambertville. Funeral Services will be held Friday at 2 p.m. at the VanHorn Funeral Home, 21 York Street. The Rev. John Bodo of the Presbyterian Church will officiate. Interment will be in Mt. Hope Cemetery."8 
Burial*3 March 1950 She was buried on 3 March 1950 at Mt. Hope Cemetery, Lambertville, Hunterdon, NJG.8 

Child of Carrie Bell Crum and William LaRue

Last Edited22 Jun 2016

Citations

  1. 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.
  2. 1900 U.S. census, Hunterdon, NJ, population schedule, West Amwell, E.D. 27, page 5A, dwelling 99, family 101, William B. Larue: digital image by subscription, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com) (accessed 03 Oct 2011): National Archives microfilm T623.
  3. 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.
  4. Mrs. Carrie B. LaRue, Trenton Evening Times, Trenton, NJ, 28 Feb 1950, www.genealogybank.com (accessed 3 Mar 2016).
  5. New Jersey Marriages, 1678-1985 for Carrie B. Crum,https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.2/9SL3-368/, FHL microfilm 495704.
  6. 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.
  7. 1930 U.S. census, Hunterdon, NJ, population schedule, Lambertville, Second Ward, E.D. 0021, page 10B, dwelling 249, family 261, William R. Larue: digital image by subscription, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com) (accessed 03 Feb 2016): FHL microfilm 2341096.
  8. Mrs. Carrie B. LaRue, Trenton Evening Times, Trenton, NJ, 28 Feb 1950.

Daniel M Crum

M, #61, b. 13 February 1854, d. 29 July 1939
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*13 February 1854 Daniel M Crum was born on 13 February 1854 in Sandbrook, Hunterdon, NJG.1 
Namesake* Daniel M Crum was named for his maternal grandfather. 
1860 Census30 August 1860 He appeared on the 1860 Federal Census of Delaware Township, at Hunterdon, NJ in the household of his parents, Henry Crum and Catherine Moore.2 
1870 Census21 July 1870 He appeared on the census of 21 July 1870 in the household of his sister and brother-in-law, John Tomlinson and Sarah Ann Crum at Cherryville, Franklin Township, Hunterdon, NJG. Sixteen year old Daniel was working as a farm laborer.3 
Misc* In the 24 Feb 1873 issue of the Trenton State Gazette, an unfortunate accident was reported: "Mr. Daniel M. Crum, living near Flemington, had a piece of his nose taken off a few days ago, by the bite of a horse."4 
1880 Census*10 June 1880 By 10 June 1880, Daniel M Crum was living at Burlington, Coffey, KSG. He was a 26 year old painter boarding with James Woodford.5 
Marriage* He married Rosaafter the 1880 federal census and prior to the 1895 state census.6 
1895 KS census*1 March 1895 He and Rosa appeared on the census of on 1 March 1895 at Burlington, Coffey, KSG.6 
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 Daniel's aunt, sister of his father.7 
1900 Census*24 June 1900 He appeared on the 1900 Federal Census of Neosha Township, Coffey, KSG, enumerated 24 June 1900. Daniel was a widower and boarding with the Mintzer family. He was a painter who had been unemployed for five months.8 
1920 Census*17-19 Jan 1920 He appeared on the 1920 Federal Census of Independence, Montgomery, KSG, enumerated 17-19 Jan 1920. He was living in a rented home and working as a painter.9 
Reunioncirca 3 November 1924 He attended the Crum Family Reunion hosted by his brother and sister-in-law, Isaac and Maggie Crum in his honor. Daniel was visiting the East for the first time since moving to Kansas 47 years earlier.10 
1930 Census*1930 He appeared on the 1930 Federal Census of 209 South Eighth Street, Independence, Montgomery, KSG, enumerated 1930.. He was living in a boarding home.11 
Death*29 July 1939 He died on 29 July 1939 at Mercy Hospital, Independence, Montgomery, KSG, at age 85. The informant was the Montgomery County Relief Office in Independence, KS. Daniel had been living at 111 1/2 North Penn, Independence at the time of his death. He was a retired painting contractor and widower.1 
Burial*2 August 1939 He was buried on 2 August 1939 at Burlington, KSG.1 

Family: Daniel M Crum and Rosa

Last Edited6 Apr 2016

Citations

  1. Daniel M. Crum, Certificate of Death number 127, Kansas Department of Health and Environment, Office of Vital Statistics, 1000 W. Jackson, Suite 120, Topeka, KS. Hereinafter cited as Daniel M. Crum Certificate of Death.
  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. 1870 U.S. census, Hunterdon, NJ, population schedule, Franklin Township, page 16, dwelling 115, family 133, John Tomlinson: digital image by subscription, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com) (accessed 7 Feb 2010): National Archives microfilm M593.
  4. State Items, Trenton State Gazette, Trenton, NJ, 24 Feb 1873.
  5. 1880 U.S. census, Coffey, KS, population schedule, Burlington, E.D. 43, page 343, dwelling 215, family 227, James Woodford: digital image by subscription, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com) (accessed 13 Feb 2010): National Archives microfilm T9_377.
  6. 1895 Kansas State census, Coffey, KS, population schedule, Burlington, page 28, dwelling 7, family 7, D.M. Crum: digital image by subscription, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com) (accessed 13 Feb 2010): Kansas State Historical Society microfilm reels K-1 - K-169.
  7. Sarah White, Hunterdon, NJ Surrogate's Office Probate file 2363 (Will Book 18, page 538), Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT, microfilm 802408.
  8. 1900 U.S. census, Coffey, KS, population schedule, Neosho Township, E.D. 41, sheet 1; dwelling 18, family 18, Japtha Mintzer: digital image by subscription, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com) (accessed 13 Feb 2010): National Archives microfilm T623.
  9. 1920 U.S. census, Montgomery, KS, population schedule, Independence Ward 2, E.D. 187, page 12A, dweling 279 family 303, Dick M. Crum: digital image by subscription, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com) (accessed 2 Mar 2010): National Archives microfilm T625_542.
  10. 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.
  11. 1930 U.S. census, Montgomery, KS, population schedule, Independence, third ward, E.D. 68-29, dwelling 125, family 146, Elmer E. Way: digital image by subscription, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com) (accessed 13 Feb 2010): National Archives microfilm T626.

Deborah Crum1

F, #2903, b. circa 1821, d. before 28 June 1880
ChartsBenjamin Crum Pedigree Chart
Benjamin Crum Descendant Indented Chart
FatherBenjamin Crum
MotherSarah Lanning b. c 1786, d. 8 Apr 1862
Birth*circa 1821 Deborah Crum was born circa 1821 in NJG.1,2 
Marriage*13 November 1841 Deborah Krum married Joseph Ott Durham on 13 November 1841. The ceremony was performed by Rev. James Spencer. Both the bride and groom were from Amwell.3 
1850 Census*3 September 1850 She and Joseph Ott Durham appeared on the 1850 Federal Census East & West Amwell Township, Hunterdon, NJG, enumerated 3 September 1850. Their children William and Howard were listed as living with them.2 
1860 Census*18 July 1860 She and Joseph Ott Durham appeared on the 1860 Federal Census. Their children William, Howard and Cristalina were listed as living with them.4 
1870 Census*4 June 1870 She and Joseph Ott Durham appeared on the 1870 Federal Census of College Hill, Springfield Township, Hamilton, OHG, enumerated 4 June 1870. Their children William, Howard and Cristalina were listed as living with them. Joseph was a farm laborer.5 
Death*before 28 June 1880 She died before 28 June 1880.6 

Children of Deborah Crum and Joseph Ott Durham

Last Edited5 May 2016

Citations

  1. Letter from Ruth Crum great granddaughter of Benjamin Crum (71 General Greene Avenue, Trenton, NJ) to Mr. Charles W. Pettie PO Box # 843 Wilmington DE, 22 Sep 1936; Hunterdon County Historical Society (114 Main Street, Flemington, New Jersey), Crum Family Manuscript File, Hiram E. Deats Papers, Collection 32, Box 1, Folder 20.
  2. 1850 U.S. census, Hunterdon, NJ, population schedule, East & West Amwell Township, page 51 ( penned), 26 (printed), dwelling 385, family 385, Joseph O. Durham: digital image by subscription, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com) (accessed 12 Aug 2013): National Archives microfilm M432_453.
  3. Married, The Hunterdon Gazette, Flemington, NJ, 8 Dec 1841, Set of four CD's of the Hnterdon County Gazette Newspaper, 1825-1866, puchased from the Hunterdon County Historical Society, 114 Main St., Flemington, NJ 08822.
  4. 1860 U.S. census, Hamilton, OH, population schedule, Springfield Township, dwelling 872, family 897, page 121 (penned), printed 283, Joseph O. Durham: Fold3 (accessed 10 Aug 2013): www.fold3.com/image/#64015184.
  5. 1870 U.S. census, Hamilton, OH, population schedule, Springfield Township, page 639A (printed) dwelling 84, family 84, Joseph O. Durham: digital image by subscription, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com) (accessed 10 Aug 2013): National Archives microfilm M593_1208.
  6. 1880 U.S. census, Hamilton, OH, population schedule, Mount Pleasant, E.D. 101, page 468C (printed), dwelling 28, family 31, Joseph Durham: digital image by subscription, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com) (accessed 12 Aug 2013): National Archives microfilm T9.