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GRANT-KRUM Bible Records
Donated by Ralph Weller
Feb. 15th 1863 by Rev. Warren W. Mayo
Joseph GRANT to Lucinda KRUM
Ithaca, 43 E. Seneca St.
Feb. 19th 1890 by Rev. Robt. T. Jones
Mary F. GRANT of Ithaca, NY
and Benjamin H. WELLER of East Troy, PA.
In Danby, June 5th 1840 - Joseph GRANT
In Apalochine, May 11th 1840 - Lucinda KRUM
In Danby, May 14th 1864 - Edward Allen GRANT
In Danby, September 14th 1866 - Mary Fidelia GRANT
In Danby, Nov. 16th 1907 - Edward Allen GRANT
In Danby, May 21, 1908 - Lucinda KRUM GRANT
Joseph GRANT [ Supposedly he died in a snowstorm in Iowa c. 1902 ? ]
In this Bible written on sheet of paper:
Stephen KRUM born Feb. 27, 1807
Almira KRUM born Oct. 20, 1806
Henry KRUM born August 9, 1827
Nancy Fidelia KRUM born Nov. 20, 1833
William B. KRUM born Feb. 5, 1837
Lucinda KRUM born May 11, 1840
Louis Edward KRUM born Dec. 11, 1847
Stephen KRUM and Almira COON married Feb. 2, 1826
Nancy Fidelia KRUM and Benjamin GENUNG married April 16, 1851
Henry KRUM and Jane HOLLISTER married Dec. 30, 1862
Wm. B. KRUM and Emma HORTON married Jan. 11, 1866
[Written in another Hand]
Lucinda A. KRUM to Joseph GRANT Feb. 15, 1863
[See below note for more on Stephen Krum]
Fidelia GENUNG died July 1, 1863 Aged 29 yrs., 7 mo., 11 days
Almira KRUM died June 22, 1870 Aged 63 yrs., 8 mo., 2 days. Buried June 24
[written in another hand]
Rev. Stephen KRUM died Feb. 14, 1903. Born Dryden 1807, Age 93
[note: math for his age would make him 96 at time of death as stated in Church Records below.]
Lucinda KRUM GRANT died in Danby May 21, 1908, born May 11, 1840
[Another piece of paper in Bible]
Married by Eld. Stephen KRUM April 16th 1851 Mr. Benj. GENUNG to Miss Nancy F. KRUM
Clair GENUNG was born May 5th 1855
Homer GENUNG was born Nov. 12, 1857
(no date) Louisa
was born in this town on the A.B. SCHUTT farm Sept.18,1818. At the
age of 20 she was united in marriage to Michel C. KRUM, whose true
and faithful wife she was until her death which occurred Thursday April
16, 1896. Two sons were born to them --George, who died several years ago,
and Henry S. who with her aged husband and adopted daughter, Mrs. Walter
D. POST, survive her. Deceased had been a terrible sufferer
for months past.
Her funeral was largely attended at her late home on Saturday, Rev. H.N. VanDEUSEN officiated. Among those from out of town we noticed Landon KRUM and Mrs. KRUM, of Krum's Corners; Mrs. LAIRD, of Auburn; Mrs. BOURKE, of Wilmington, Del.; Mrs. Eliza SLOUGHTER, of Newburgh; Harrison BANFIELD and wife, of Snyder Hill, and Mr. and Mrs. Homer WOOL, of Ithaca.
(on the same clipping)
Miss Almelia A. KRUM and Lafayette KRUM, went to Elmira last Saturday, to
attend the funeral of their cousin, Dana L. KRUM, who died in St. Paul's hospital,
April 10 after a day's illness with pneunionia.
He was a nephew of L.D. KRUM.
HILLSON--In Ithaca, Feb. 22, 1888, Robert Hillson, aged 73 years.
KENT-- In Ithac, Feb. 24,1888, Arthur Z. Kent
SIMPSON-- In Ithaca, Feb. 26,1888 Ada A. Simpson
In Pittsburgh, Pa., Feb. 25,1888 of Pneunmonia, Henry Whitney, sonly
son of Charles F. and Edith S. Allen, aged 8 years, 2 months and 21 days.
Falls, Feb. 27,1888, Gracie E. Dresser, aged a year and 9
JEWELL-- In Danby,
Feb.28,1888, John Jewell, aged 58 years.
obit of Dana L.
(Elmira NY paper/?) [April 1896]
Died in Elmira, was born April 6, 1844 in Slaterville, Tompkins county.
His parents removed to Owego when he was nine years of age.....when about
nineteen years joined a crew on the Susquehanna division. In 1867 made a
passenger conductor. Mr. KRUM never married. He lived with his parents until
1889, when his father died and then with his mother until her death in 1893.
But one immediate relative of Mr. KRUM survives him, Mrs. John B. BRIGGS, who
with her husband, a former well-known newspaper man of this city, resides in
Toledo, O. The remains were laid at rest in Woodlawn cemetery.
aggregate of their ages is 540 years.
Mr. Henry Krum and Mrs. Coleman were born in Ulster county, the others that are living were born in Tompkins county at the old homestead near Slaterville,
now owned by Aaron Schutt, of Dryden.
and A.P. KRUM are democrats and Stephen and L.D. KRUM are
republicans therefore in regard to politics they are evenly divided. Mr.
Henry KRUM was the oldest child of the family. He is much noted for his keen
sight and remarkable memory. Now at the advanced age of 81 years he reads
without glasses and his memory is better than many who are years his junior.
His wife was Harriet ROUNSEVILLE. She is 80 yers of age, and like her
husband, does not use glasses. She was the first child in the town of
Caroline. Mr. L.D. KRUM and Mrs. Ruth JOHNSON are the two youngest members of
the family. In five different states of the union are living members of the
Donated by Ralph Weller for the Tompkins County, NYGenWeb Site.
Thank you Ralph for sharing your Family records with us.
Transcribed by Janet M. Nash
From the Records of Snyder Hill Free Will Baptist Church.
On April 16th 1843
Elder Stephen Krum
Preached on Easter Sunday At Snyder Hill Schoolhouse.
He United with the Church and became it's Pastor.
His Pastorale - covered a long period of years and in 1856
through his efforts - the present church was erected:
He being it's first - Pastor and during these years of
service many souls were saved. He lived to a ripe age of
96 years and died in 1903.
Many Pastors have served the church from that time until the present.
More information on Rev. Stephen Krum in Church records
Also see - Banfield Birthday & Reunion
In the scrapbook section of our site:
More on [Emily KRUM 1822-1916;
daughter of Henry & Harriet (ROUNSVILLE) KRUM.
She married 1843 Joseph Harrison
BANFIELD, son of Edward & Martha (COOPER) BANFIELD.
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