Orangeburgh District Migrations
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Migration of Frederick John CRUM and Annis Elizabeth ULMER
1. Frederick John CRUM, born 31 Mar 1777 in Orangeburgh, South Carolina; died 1 Nov 1842 in Butler County, Alabama; buried in Traweek, Butler Co., Alabama, son of David CRUM and Ann BERRY. He married in 1805 in South Carolina Annis Elizabeth ULMER, born 1781 in Orangeburgh, South Carolina; died 1854 in Butler County, Alabama, daughter of John Jacob ULMER and Mathilda BAUMGARTNER.
Children of Frederick John CRUM and Annis Elizabeth ULMER were as follows:
a. David Daniel CRUM, born 1801 in Orangeburg County, South Carolina; died 8 Mar 1864 in Clarke County, Mississippi.
b. Harmon CRUM, born 1803 in Orangeburg County, South Carolina. He married Catherina BOWMAN.
c. Isaac CRUM, born 11 Jul 1805 in Orangeburg County, South Carolina; died 11 Jul 1883.
d. Elizabeth CRUM, born 1807. She married John Henry MOORER, born 1796 in South Carolina; died 13 Nov 1850 in Alabama, son of John MOORER and [---] CRUM.
e. Margaret CRUM, She married [---] STEEN, born in Butler County, Alabama.
f. Katie CRUM, She married Joseph YELDEL.
g. Dorcas CRUM, She married [---] MATCHET.
h. Lewis James CRUM (Rev), born 14 Mar 1814; died 4 Jan 1896. He married in 1832 in Orangeburgh, South Carolina Mary Martha FUNCHESS, born 11 Apr 1813; died 16 Jul 1894 in South Carolina; buried in Rowesville, Orangeburg Co., South Carolina, daughter of Sebastian FUNCHESS and Barbara FREDERICK.
Notes for Lewis James CRUM (Rev): In his book "Orangeburgh Districts 1768-1868" Daniel M Culler makes the following statements regarding the Crum Family: Andrew Crum, an Orangeburgh District native, was the son of the Rev. Lewis Crum and Mary Martha Funches. He probably practiced medicine in Orangeburgh before moving west." "In 1841, one hundred forty-five were received into the Methodist Church in Orangeburgh Circuit. The local preachers were John Wannamaker, Samuel Smoak, John S Gray, L J Crum..." Trustees of Cattle Creek-Lewis J Crum, William Summers, and Thomas D. Edwards. Under Orangeburgh he lists Barbary Crum as a school teacher in Orangeburgh. In the 1850 census of Orangeburg Dist. there is a Darius Crum listed as a planter with two people in his household and 11.37 slaves. Also listed is Lewis J Crum, planter, 11 in Household and 12 slaves. In the 1790 census of Orangeburgh are listed David Crum, another David Crum, Jacob Crum and John Crum.
i. Levicy CRUM, She married [---] HINSON.
j. Susan Ann CRUM, born 1819. She married Jesse HAYS.
Information provided by Gene Jeffries 11 Apr 2000.
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