Orangeburgh District Migrations

Migration of James Harmon Crum II

1. James Harmon CRUM II, son of James Harmon CRUM I and Mary Ann PORTER, was born on 25 May 1794 in Orangeburg District SC and died in 1832 in Leon County, FL. He married an unknown spouse after 1820. The US census of Telfair County, GA shows him living alone in 1820.

Notes for James Harmon CRUM II: In the early 1820's James H. Crum and his brother Harmon Crum were in Effingham County, later moving to Irwin County, an area which is now part of Lowndes County, GA. By time of the 1830 US census James H. resided in Leon County, FL in an area that is now part of Wakulla County. He died in 1832 in Leon County, leaving property in Leon County, FL and in Irwin County, GA. There are County Court records in GA showing the problems settling his estate over a period of several years after his death.

Children of James Harmon CRUM II and [Unknown] were as follows:

a. Andrew Jackson CRUM was born in 1824 in GA. He married Memisay Franklin LEVY, daughter of Almon LEVY and Linretta ROBESON on 10 May 1853 in (License 9 May 1853) Leon County, FL (Married by R. Levy M.G.). She was born on 05 Mar 1827 in FL according to 1850 Census. She died on 15 May 1917 (Buried in Roberts Cemetery Franklin County, FL).

b. Sarah A. M. CRUM was born in 1826 in GA. She died after 1870. She married Charles GIDDINS on 12 Jan 1843 in Leon, FL.

c. Amanda CRUM was born in 1828 in GA and died in 1844 in Wakulla County, FL. She married Thomas BRATCHER on 07 Sep 1842 in Leon County, FL. He was born in 1820 in South Carolina and died about 1860 in Wakulla County, FL.

Information provided by Ron Thompson 19 Jul 2013.

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