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eBook The Cram sourcebook : a history of the German Von Cramm family and English and Scottish branches of the Cram family ePub

by Michael A. Cram

  • ISBN: 0788404598
  • Category: Europe
  • Subcategory: History
  • Author: Michael A. Cram
  • Publisher: Heritage Books; Volume 2 edition (1996)
  • ePub book: 1303 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1541 kb
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Volume 2: Details the first seven generations of Crams in America, all descended from John Cram, who emigrated . The movements of all can be followed in these pages

Volume 2: Details the first seven generations of Crams in America, all descended from John Cram, who emigrated from England to Boston and was allotted land at Muddy River in 1637. He joined the Rev. John Wheelwright, founder of Exeter, and was a signer of the Exeter Combination in 1639. The movements of all can be followed in these pages. Appendices include a history of the Muddy River allotments and a map of John Cram's allotment; an essay on the career of Rev. Wheelwright; transcripts of the wills of John Cram (1665), Benjamin Cram (1707/8) and Thomas Cram (1751); a memoir of Mrs. Jane Cram (1811), and other documents.

Volume 3: Chronicles three American generations of the Cram family in modern times, from the early 19th century to the present. Included are entries for many living family members, the result of 15 years' worth of correspondence between the author and related families. An everyname index makes finding people easy!

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She is the daughter of Samuel and Thankful D. Cramm. Source: S857 Title: "The Cram sourcebook: a history of the German Von Cramm family and. NAME Lucinda D. Cramm Lucinda C Lucinda Cramm Lucinda. BIRTH 14 MAY 1831 Auburn, Androscoggin, Maine 4 MAY 1831 Livermore, Androscoggin, Maine ABT 1832 Auburn, Androscoggin, Maine ABT 1835 Auburn, Androscoggin, Maine. DEATH 4 NOV 1887 Lowell, Middlesex, Massachusetts 2 NOV 1887 Source: S857 Title: "The Cram sourcebook: a history of the German Von Cramm family and. Repository: NOTE: Michael Alan Cram, "The Cram sourcebook: a history of the German Von Cramm family and. Volume 2", Source Medium: Book.

Details the first seven generations of Crams in America, all descended from John Cram, who emigrated from England to Boston and was allotted land at Muddy River in 1637. Some Cram family members later moved to Maine with Wheelwright; others migrated west following the Revolutionary War, into the Midwest and Plains states, and on to California.

Some Cram family members later moved to Maine with Wheelwright . This is the story of three generations of a frontier family and the parts they played in the cultural, social and economic.

Some Cram family members later moved to Maine with Wheelwright; others migrated west following the Revolutionary War, into the Midwest and Plains states, and on t. .John Wheelwright, founder of Exeter, and was a signer of the Exeter Combination in 1639 Find this Pin and more on Family Genealogy by heritage-books. Genealogy forms and books.

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Cram may refer to: Cram (surname), a surname, and list of notable persons having the surname. Cram (Australian game show), television show. Cram (game show), a TV game show that aired on the Game Show Network. Cramming (education), a slang term for last-minute study. Cramming (fraud), adding inappropriate charges to a bill. Cram school, a specialized school that trains students to pass entrance exams.

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Volume 2: Details the first seven generations of Crams in America, all descended from John Cram, who emigrated from England to Boston and was allotted land at Muddy River in 1637. He joined the Rev. John Wheelwright, founder of Exeter, and was a signer of the Exeter Combination in 1639. Some Cram family members later moved to Maine with Wheelwright; others migrated west following the Revolutionary War, into the Midwest and Plains states, and on to California. The movements of all can be followed in these pages. Appendices include a history of the Muddy River allotments and a map of John Cram's allotment; an essay on the career of Rev. Wheelwright; transcripts of the wills of John Cram (1665), Benjamin Cram (1707/8) and Thomas Cram (1751); a memoir of Mrs. Jane Cram (1811), and other documents. An everyname index makes finding people easy!