This report outlines my information on the descendants of Henry Crum / Crumb / Cram of Lancaster, Pennsylvania; St. Mark's Parish, Orange County, Virginia; and Frederick County, Virginia.
How were these people related to Henry Crum?
- Lucinda Crum /Crumb married Hans Jacob Coger (1710-1783). See more details below.
- Elizabeth Crum was married in about 1764 to Capt. George Printz (Johan Georg Brentz), who was born 8 Dec. 1742 in Duehren, Baden, Germany, and died on 8 May 1834 in Stonyman Area, Page County, Virginia. On 26 July 1771 George Printz / Prince bought from John Crum and his wife Christina 92 acres of land, "lying on the drains of the Great Hawksbill," which was part of a 387-acre tract granted to Henry Crumb. Source: deed recorded in Frederick County Court at Winchester.
- Magdalena Crumm, born in 1769 in Virginia, died after 1811. She married Gottlieb Printz, who was born 20 Sept. 1752 in York County, Pennsylvania, and died 15 Dec. 1806 in Shenandoah County, Virginia. He was also known as Godlove Printz, Cutlip Prince and Gottlieb Brentz. George and Gottlieb Printz were brothers.
John Croom's Web site brings together extensive information on the history of the Croom family originating in North Carolina and Virginia.
Y-DNA tests indicate the Croom, Crume, Groom, Gaunt, Gant and Gantt families are related. See Y-DNA Matches: Croom / Crume / Groom and Gaunt / Gant.
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