Frank Scott Crum

M, #1396, b. 17 February 1919, d. 25 April 1998
Scott Crum in Edinburgh, Scotland, during World War II.
His assignment with the U.S. Army was a bookkeeper
Scott and Isabelle Crum
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
(Frank) Scott Crum
F. Scott Crum's cemetery marker, Ewing Church Cemetery, Ewing Township, NJ
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*17 February 1919 Frank Scott Crum was born on 17 February 1919 in the family home at Norway Avenue, Hamilton Township, Mercer, New JerseyG.1 
Namesake* Frank Scott Crum was named for his maternal grandfather, Frank B. Scott. Frank Scott Crum was called Scott rather than Frank. 
1920 Census10 January 1920 He appeared on the 1920 Federal Census of 211 Norway Avenue, Hamilton Township, Mercer, NJG in the household of his parents, Grover Cleveland Crum and Mary Elizabeth Scott.2 
1930 Census21 April 1930 He appeared on the 1930 Federal Census of 23 Norway Avenue, Hamilton Township, Mercer, NJG in the household of his parents, Cleve and Libby Crum.3 
1940 census16 April 1940 He appeared on the 16 April 1940 Federal Census of 23 Norway Avenue, Hamilton Township, Mercer, NJG in the household of his parents, Grover Cleveland Crum and Mary Elizabeth Scott. He was a bank clerk.4 
Marriage*8 May 1943 He married Claire Ellen Hallett, daughter of Albert E. Hallett and Verna G. Camburn, on 8 May 1943 at Gethsemane Baptist Church, Trenton, Mercer, JerseyG.1 
Death*25 April 1998 He died on 25 April 1998 of lung cancer at Trenton, Mercer, New JerseyG, at age 79.1 
Burial*29 April 1998 He was buried on 29 April 1998 at Ewing Church Cemetery, Ewing Township, Mercer, New JerseyG.1 

Children of Frank Scott Crum and Claire Ellen Hallett

Last Edited11 May 2016

Citations

  1. Interview with Isabelle Crum Rorer (808 Hackberry Trail SE, Albuquerque, New Mexico 87123), by Louise Rorer Rosett.
  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. 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.
  4. 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):.

George C. Crum

M, #2789, b. 25 February 1910, d. 23 December 1994
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*25 February 1910 George C. Crum was born on 25 February 1910 in NJG.1,2 
1910 Census21 April 1910 He appeared on the 1910 Federal Census of Honey Hollow, Titusville, Mercer, NJG in the household of his parents, Henry Francis Crum and Lillian C. Babel.1 
1920 Census17 February 1920 He appeared on the 1920 Federal Census of Hopewell Township, at Mercer, NJ in the household of his parents, Henry and Lillian.3 
Death*23 December 1994 He died on 23 December 1994 at Pennington, Mercer, NJG, at age 84.2 
Last Edited23 Jan 2016

Citations

  1. 1910 U.S. census, Mercer, NJ, population schedule, western part Hopewell Township, E.D. 38, page 5A, dwelling 86, family 93, Henry F. Crum: digital image by subscription, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com) (accessed 5 Oct 2011): National Archives microfilm T624_895.
  2. George C. Crum, 157-16-2361, Social Security Death Index, Master File, NJ, (Before 1951): (Ancestry.com, accessed 5 Oct 2011).
  3. 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.

George W Crum

M, #55, b. 25 December 1841, d. 27 January 1908
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*25 December 1841 George W Crum was born on 25 December 1841 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.2 
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. George was a farmer.3 
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. George was a farmer.4 
1880 Census*June 1880  George was listed on the federal 1880 census Schedules of Defective, Dependent and Delinquent Classes as an idiot. He was subject to "fits."5 
Compiler's Comment* Whether he was subject to epileptic seizures, was retarded due to oxygen deprivation at birth or suffered from some other defect we will probably never know. But his condition explains why he resided with his parents on the federal and state censuses from 1850 to 1885. Thereafter, according to 1895 NJ and 1900 U.S. census records, he lived in the household of his youngest brother, Isaac Crum. 
1880 Census9 June 1880 He appeared on the 1880 Federal Census of North Delaware, Hunterdon, New JerseyG in the household of his parents, Henry Crum and Catherine Moore. George's occupation in this census was "at home."6 
1885 NJ census1885 He appeared on the 1885 NJ state census of Delaware Township, Hunterdon, NJG in the household of Henry Crum.7 
1895 NJ census1895 He was living with Isaac R Crum and Maggie Smith in 1895 at Delaware Township, Hunterdon, NJG. Isaac was George's youngest brother.8 
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 Crum White was George's aunt.9 
1900 Census25 June 1900 Fifty-eight year old George W Crum appeared on the census of 25 June 1900 in the household of Isaac R Crum, his brother, and Maggie Smith at Delaware Township, Hunterdon, NJG. The occupation field on the census return was blank.10 
Death*27 January 1908 He died on 27 January 1908 at Sand Brook, Hunterdon, NJG, at age 66. The cause of death was diabetes mellitus. He was buried in the German Baptist Cemetery.11,1 
Last Edited29 Jan 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. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. 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.
  5. 1880 U.S. census, Hunterdon, NJ, Schedule of Defective, Dependent and Delinquent Classes, Henry Crum: digital image by subscription, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com) (accessed 2 Mar 2010): National Archives microfilm publication A3469, rolls 1-5.
  6. 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.
  7. Henry Crum, 1885 New Jersey State Census, dwelling 14, family 16, Delaware Township, Hunterdon, NJ, microfilm 888624, Family History Library Salt Lake City, UT.
  8. 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.
  9. Sarah White, Hunterdon, NJ Surrogate's Office Probate file 2363 (Will Book 18, page 538), Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT, microfilm 802408.
  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. George W. Crum, Certificate and Record of Death from 1908 NJ Death Certificates, Microfilm 300, Department of State, Division of Archives and Records, 225 West State Street, P. O. Box 307, Trenton, NJ.

Gregory Scott Crum

M, #1422, b. 10 March 1948, d. 27 February 1996
Gregory Scott Crum (1948-1996) son of Frank Scott Crum and Claire Hallett
High School Graduation 1966
Gregory Crum Cemetery Marker, Ewing Church Cemetery, Ewing Township, NJ
ChartsBenjamin Crum Pedigree Chart
Benjamin Crum Descendant Indented Chart
FatherFrank Scott Crum b. 17 Feb 1919, d. 25 Apr 1998
MotherClaire Ellen Hallett b. 26 Jun 1920, d. 16 Aug 2014
Birth*10 March 1948 Gregory Scott Crum was born on 10 March 1948 in Trenton, Mercer, New JerseyG.1 
Marriage* He married Margaret Mezo.2 
Death*27 February 1996 He died on 27 February 1996 at Trenton, Mercer, New JerseyG, at age 47.1 
Obituary* He's death was was recorded in an Obituary in the files of the compiler. "GREGORY SCOTT CRUM-EWING. Gregory Scott Crum, 47, died at Mercer Medical Center. Born in Trenton, he was a lifelong area resident. Mr. Crum was employed in the advertising department of The Times of Trenton for the past 27 years. He was a member of the Covenant Presbyterian Church and the Industrial Bowling League. A U.S. Army veteran of the Vietnam War, Mr. Crum was an avid gardener. He is survived by his wife, Margaret Mezo Crum; two sons, Jeffry M. Crum and Michael Scott Crum, both of Ewing; his parents, Frank and Claire Crum of Ewing; two brothers, Alan D. Crum and Thomas B. Crum, both of Ewing; a granddaughter, Ann Marie Laurie; and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. Friday at the Covenant Presbyterian Church, 471 Parkway Ave., Ewing. The Rev. Hugh Smith will officiate. Burial will follow at Ewing Church Cemetery. Calling hours will be from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday at Orland's Ewing Memorial Chapel, 1534 Pennington Road, Ewing. Memorial contributions in his name may be made to the American Cancer Society."3 
Burial*1 March 1996 He was buried on 1 March 1996 at Ewing Church CemeteryG.4 

Children of Gregory Scott Crum and Margaret Mezo

  • Jeffrey M. Crum
  • Michael Scott Crum
Last Edited5 Mar 2016

Citations

  1. Gregory Scott Crum memorial card, Isabelle Rorer family albums, 808 Hackberry Trail SE, Albuquerque, New Mexico;.
  2. Gregory Scott Crum obituary, in Isabelle Rorer's family albums, 808 Hackberry Trail SE, Albuquerque, New Mexico 87123.
  3. Gregory Scott Crum, Unknown newspaper, in the files of Louise Rorer Rosett, 1005 Stagecoach Rd SE, Albuquerque, NM 87123.
  4. Frank B. Scott family cemetery lot record, Ewing Church Cemetery, Trenton, New Jersey;.

Grover Cleveland Crum

M, #1373, b. 17 December 1887, d. 27 April 1975
Grover Cleveland "Cleve" Crum (1887-1975), son of Joseph H. Crum and Anna Maria Carter Crum
Cleve Crum, age 17
Industrial School Band of Anderson, IN
Cleve Crum 1st row, second from right end
Cleve Crum at work possibly Anderson, IN where he worked as a glass cutter
Cleve Crum
Cleve and his dog
Cleve and wife Libby
Cleve with the Flemington Concert Bank, end of front row right
Crum siblings: Hawley, Cleve, Gussie, Mame
Cleve with his delivery truck
Four Crum siblings in CA
Hawley, Rheba, Cleve and Dick
The four Crum siblings who lived in NJ
Cleve, Mame, Gussie & Rheba
Cleve and his first grandchild, Frances Jean Rorer, 1947
ChartsBenjamin Crum Pedigree Chart
Benjamin Crum Descendant Indented Chart
FatherJoseph H Crum b. 24 Feb 1852, d. 12 Jan 1909
MotherAnna Maria Carter b. 9 Oct 1852, d. 17 Jul 1890
Birth*17 December 1887 Grover Cleveland Crum was born on 17 December 1887 at Sand Brook, Hunterdon, New JerseyG. This information was found on the original birth certficate which was signed on 19 Dec 1887. The space for the child's name was blank. In 1943, Grover Crum submitted a correction to the original certificate, stating his birth date was December 24th, which was after the date the original certificate was signed. Cleve added his name, Grover Cleveland Crum, to the corrected certificate.1 
Nickname  Grover Cleveland Crum was called Cleve by friends and family. 
1895 NJ census1895 Seven year old Grover Cleveland Crum resided with his widowed father, Joseph H Crum, in 1895 at Delaware Township, Hunterdon, NJG.2 
1900 Census*1 June 1900 Twelve year old Cleve Crum appeared on the 1900 Federal Census of Delaware Tshp, Hunterdon, NJG, enumerated 1 June 1900. He was living with 70 year old Nathan Shepherd and his 68 year old wife, Mary. Nathan Shepherd was a farmer, and most likely, Cleve was helping on the farm to earn his keep. Cleve was listed as a boarder who attended school for four months. Cleve's father was reported on the 1900 census as living in Philadelphia.3,4 
1905 NJ census*1905 He appeared on the New Jersey census in 1905 at Delaware Township, Hunterdon, NJG, He was a seventeen year old farm labrorer.5 
1910 Census*22 April 1910 By 1910, twenty-two year old Cleve had made his way to Anderson Township, IN, where he worked as a glass-cutter.6 
Compiler's Comment Cleve's daughter, Isabelle, believed he then continued to California where he spent time with his brothers, Richard and Hawley. Prior to his marriage in 1916, Cleve returned to New Jersey. He worked for his brother-in-law, Elmer Hawk. Using a horse drawn wagon Cleve delivered eggs produced on Elmer's farm.7 
Marriage28 September 1916 He married Mary Elizabeth Scott, daughter of Frank Borrowscale Scott and Mary Caroline Rose, on 28 September 1916 at Hamilton Township, Mercer, NJG. The 29 year old groom was a poultry farmer residing in Pennington, NJ. The 24 year old bride lived at 211 Norway Ave, Trenton. The ceremony was performed by the pastor of the Westminster Church.8 
Draft registration*5 June 1917  Less than a year after his marriage, Cleve filled out a draft registration card as follows: dated June 5, 1917; Occupation: tire making for Globe Tire Co., Prospect Street, Trenton, New Jersey. Claims exemption based on wife being solely dependent on him. Residing at 211 Norway Ave, Trenton, New Jersey, medium height, slender build, brown eyes, brown hair.9  
1920 Census*10 January 1920 He and Mary Elizabeth Scott appeared on the 1920 Federal Census of 211 Norway Avenue, Hamilton Township, Mercer, NJG, enumerated 10 January 1920. Their children Isabelle Maidie and Frank Scott were listed as living with them. Cleve was a tire maker for a rubber company. They were renting their home.10 
Reunioncirca 3 November 1924 He and his daughter, Isabelle, 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.11 
Occupation* Isabelle Crum, Cleve's daughter, said that after working for the tire factory, Cleve was employed by Castanea Dairy and delivered milk.7 
Deed Grantee*  According to an article in the Trenton Times, in 1926 :"Mr. and Mrs. Grover Crum, of Norway Avenue, have purchased a desirable lot located on the Mercerville-Edinburgh Road from Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gibson, of St. Petersburg, Fla."12 
1930 Census*21 April 1930 Grover Cleveland and Mary Elizabeth appeared on the 1930 Federal Census of 23 Norway Avenue, Hamilton Township, Mercer, NJG, enumerated 21 April 1930. Their children Isabelle Maidie and Frank Scott were listed as living with them Cleve was a construction painter whose home was valued at $4000. The family had a radio.13 
1940 census*16 April 1940 Cleve and Libby appeared on the 1940 Federal Census of 23 Norway Avenue, Hamilton Township, Mercer, NJG, enumerated 16 April 1940. Their children Isabelle Maidie and Frank Scott were listed as living with them. Cleve was a painter who had worked 25 hours in the week prior to the census. The family owned their home which was valued at $4000.14 
Misc*30 July 1941 In Jul 1941, Cleve was listed as a contributor to the USO Drive which was raising money for constructive recreation for the men and women in the armed service of Uncle Sam.15 
Event-Misc*September 1941 In Sep 1941, Cleve and Libby Crum began a six week cross country drive to visit Cleve's brothers, Hawley and Richard, who were living in Santa Monica, CA. Cleve's sister, Rheba Ent, and Rheba's daughter, Ruth, accompanied them.16 
Church* Cleve was very active in the Westminster Presbyterian Church. He served the church as an Elder, the oldest person to hold that rank. He was one of Westminster's representatives at the 1950 National Council of Presbyterian Men Rally held at the New Brunswick Presbytery. He also served as a representative of the church session at the 1952 ground breaking ceremonies for the new Westminster Presbyterian Church, Greenwood and Walter Avenues.7,17,18 
Compiler's Comment* He was a handsome man and remained very fit throughout his life. Cleve continued to paint homes well into his seventies. He taught himself to play the harmonica as well as the euphonium. Although he was quiet, he had a devilish sense of humor and twinkle in his eye. In addition to being very active in the Wesminster Presbyterian Church, he was also a Mason. 
Death*27 April 1975 He died on 27 April 1975 at Hightstown, New JerseyG, at age 87.19 
Obituary*28 April 1975 He's death was was recorded in an Obituary GROVER C. CRUM Grover C. Crum, 87, formerly of Hamilton Township, a retired painting contractor, died Sunday at Meadow Lakes Nursing Center, Hightstown. Mr. Crum was a member and former elder of the Westminster Presbyterian Church, was a member of Column 120 F&AM and on the Tall Cedars of Lebanon. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. L. Frank Rorer of Yardley; a son, F. Scott of Ewing Township; two sisters, Mrs. Gussie Hawk of Neshanic and Mrs. Mamie Larison of Lambertville, a brother, Hawley of California, seven grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. Services will be a 11 a.m. Wednesday from the Saul Memorial Home, 1740 Greenwood Avenue with the Rev. Richard McConnell of Westminster Presbyterian Church, officiating. Interment will be in Ewing Church Cemetery. Friends may call from 10 a.m. until time of services Wednesday at the memorial home. Contributions may be made to the Westminster Presbyterian Church or the American Cancer Society. on 28 April 1975 at in the Trenton Evening Times, Trenton, NJG.20 
Burial*30 April 1975 He was buried on 30 April 1975 at Ewing Church Cemetery, Ewing Township, Mercer, New JerseyG.19 

Children of Grover Cleveland Crum and Mary Elizabeth Scott

Last Edited11 May 2016

Citations

  1. Grover C. Crum, birth certificate and corrected birth certificate (corrected filed 9 Feb 1943), Vital Statistics, New Jersey Department of Health, CN 370, Trenton, New Jersey.
  2. Joseph Crum, 1895 New Jersey State Census, dwelling 94, family 378, Delaware Township, Hunterdon, NJ, microfilm 1026332, Family History Library Salt Lake City, UT.
  3. 1900 U.S. census, Hunterdon, NJ, population schedule, Delaware Township, E.D. 6, page 2A, dwelling 24, family 25, Nathan Shepherd: digital image by subscription, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com) (accessed 31 Dec 2011): National Archives microfilm T623_980.
  4. 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.
  5. Letter from clerk Blendena Miller (New Jersey State Library, Trenton, NJ) to unknown recipient, 9 Feb 1943; in the files of Louise Rorer Rosett (1005 Stagecoach Rd SE, Albuquerque, NM).
  6. 1910 U.S. census, Madison, IN, population schedule, Anderson Ward 1, E.D. 88, page 10B, Image 532, Rosa Patterson: digital image by subscription, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com) (accessed 17 Oct 2009): National Archives microfilm T624-365.
  7. Interview with Isabelle Crum Rorer (808 Hackberry Trail SE, Albuquerque, New Mexico 87123), by Louise Rorer Rosett.
  8. Grover C. Crum and M. Elizabeth Scott Certificate and Record of Marriage, Vital Statistics, New Jersey Department of Health, CN 370, Trenton, New Jersey.
  9. New Jersey World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918, Family History Library, microfilm 1712214.
  10. 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.
  11. 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.
  12. Building Lot Sold, Trenton Evening Times, Trenton, NJ, 15 Aug 1926, www.genealogybank.com (accessed 4 Mar 2016).
  13. 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.
  14. 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):.
  15. USO Drive Total Nearing $22,000, Trenton Evening Times, Trenton, NJ, 30 Jul 1941, www.genealogybank.com (accessed 28 Jun 2010).
  16. [No Headline], Trenton Evening Times, Trenton, NJ, 21 Sep 1941, www.genealogybank.com (accessed 28 Jun 2010).
  17. Break Ground for New Westminster Church, Trenton Evening Times, Trenton, NJ, 16 Jun 1952, www.genealogybank.com (accessed 21 Jun 2010).
  18. Presbyterian's Men's Rally Told Bible, Ballot Guard Democracy, Trenton Evening Times, Trenton, NJ, 22 May 1950, www.genealogybank.com (accessed 21 Jun 2010).
  19. Grover C. Crum, death certificate, Board of Health, Township of Hamilton, Mercer County, 2100 Greenwood Avenue, Trenton, New Jersey.
  20. Grover C. Crum, Trenton Evening Times, Trenton, NJ, 28 Apr 1975.