Person:John Crumrine (27)

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John Crumrine
d.23 Nov 1884
m. Abt 1795
  1. Samuel Crumrine1796 - Aft 1860
  2. John Crumrine1799 - 1884
  3. Susannah CrumrineAbt 1802 - Aft 1850
  4. Daniel Peter Crumrine1802 - 1902
  5. Aaron Crumrine1806 - 1891
  6. George Peter Crumrine1806 - 1885
  7. Moses Crumrine1807 - 1886
  8. Jacob Crumrine1811 - 1892
  9. Sarah Barbara Crumrine1814 - 1874
  10. Henry CrumrineAbt 1815 -
  11. Peter Crumrine1818 - 1880
  12. John Crumrine1821 - 1897
  13. Isaac Crumrine1823 - 1887
  14. Elizabeth CrumrineAbt 1826 - Aft 1850
  15. Martin Houston Crumrine1834 - 1907
  16. William CrumrineAbt 1836 -
m. 30 May 1819
  1. Barbara Crumrine1820 - 1884
  2. Sarah Crumrine1822 - 1848
  3. Sophia Crumrine1827 - 1877
  4. Isaac Crumrine1830 - 1882
  5. Noah Webster Crumrine1833 - 1916
  6. Jacob R. Crumrine1835 - 1890
  7. Elizabeth Crumrine1840 - Aft 1880
Facts and Events
Name John Crumrine
Alt Name[8] Jonathan Crumrine
Gender Male
Birth? 15 Jan 1799 Pennsylvania, United States
Marriage 30 May 1819 Montgomery, Ohio, United Statesto Catherine Brenner
Death? 23 Nov 1884
Burial? Mississinewa Memorial Cemetery, Wabash, Wabash, Indiana, United States
References
  1.   John Crumrine, in Find A Grave.

    He married Catherine Brenner May 30th, 1819 in Dayton, Ohio.

    He was also the father of Sarah, Christena, Cornelius Elbert, and Jacob R.

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    Elder John Crumrine was born in the state of Virginia, in 1799, and moved to Ohio with his parents in childhood. He lived in Montgomery and Darke counties. When quite young, he became a member of the Brethren Church, and was soon after called to the ministry. On the 13th of May he was united in wedlock with Catherine Brenner. To them were born eight children, six of whom joined the church, and two of them were elected to the ministry. The labors of our departed brother extended over a large territory in Ohio, and he was zealous in the cause of the Master. Often he traveled on horseback forty and fifty miles a day, to fill an appointment. With saddle-bags strapped to his horse, containing bread and butter for his own meals, in one end, and feed for his horse in the other, he would travel till noon, then stop by the wayside, feed his horse, eat his lunch, and then continue his long ride. This might be called old-fashioned missionary work, and shows the earnestness of our old brethren.

    He moved to Indiana, and settled in Wabash county. Here he was ordained an elder and was given charge of the Wabash church. Here he spent the closing days of a long and and useful life. He was always found at his post, when able, and was ever ready to lend a helping hand to the needy. He was a wise counselor, a faithful minister, and a kind and loving father. He died Nov. 23, having nearly reached the age of eighty- six. Thus ended the life of our beloved elder. We are left with the hope that our loss is his eternal gain. Funeral services by brother R. H. Miller and David Neff, from 2 Tim. 4: 6-8.

    Obituary published in The Gospel Messenger, January 13, 1885, page 31 (bio by: Rebecca Brubaker Freeman)

    Family links:
    Parents:
    Peter Crumrine (1774 - 1860)
    Elizabeth Ringer Crumrine (1776 - 1856)

    Spouse:
    Catherine Crumrine (____ - 1873)*

    Children:
    Barbara Crumrine Emrick (1820 - 1884)*
    Sophia Crumrine Loveland (1827 - 1877)*
    Isaac Crumrine (1830 - 1882)*

    Siblings:
    Samuel Crumrine (1796 - ____)*
    John Crumrine (1799 - 1884)
    Daniel Peter Crumrine (1802 - 1902)*
    Jacob Crumrine (1804 - 1892)*
    George Peter Crumrine (1806 - 1885)*
    Aaron Crumrine (1806 - 1891)*
    Moses Crumrine (1807 - 1886)*
    Jacob C. Crumrine (1811 - 1869)*
    Elizabeth Crumrine Aukerman (1820 - 1901)*
    Isaac Crumrine (1823 - 1887)*

    *Calculated relationship

  2.   Jackson, in Darke, Ohio, United States. 1850 U.S. Census Population Schedule.

    John Cummin 52
    Catharine Cummin 51
    Isaac Crumrine 20
    Noah Crumrine 17
    Jacob Crumrine 15
    Elizabeth Crumrine 10
    Catharine Puterbaugh 18

  3.   Wabash, Indiana, United States. 1860 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration Publication M693)
    Waltz.

    John Crumrine 61
    Catharine Crumrine 60
    Isaac Crumrine 29
    Nancy Crumrine 19 [Elizabeth?]
    John H S Falls 24

  4.   Wabash, Indiana, United States. 1870 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration Publication M593)
    Waltz.

    John Crumrine 71
    Catharine Crumrine 71
    Willie Shoemaker 39

  5.   Wabash, Indiana, United States. 1880 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration Publication T9)
    Waltz.

    Noah Crumrine 47
    Elesabeth Crumrine 42
    Ira S. J. Crumrine 20
    Ida C. Crumrine 19
    Mary S. Crumrine 14
    Clara R. Crumrine 12
    John Crumrine 81

  6.   Crumrine, Gale D. (Gale David). Descendants of Michael and Peter Crumrine. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1992)
    p.24.

    John Crumrine, b. 15 Jan. 1799 in Pa. or Va., d. 23 Nov. l884. 30 May 1819, Catherine Brenner, b. 25 July in Va., d. 2 Sept. 1873 Montgomery Co., O. marriage records reveal the date of their marriage. Dr. Ira S.J. Crumrine (#289) said that John had but 25¢ then and he borrowed the coat he wore when married. He was a blacksmith by trade and also farmed. He owned a quarter section of land of what is now Union City, Ind. according to Beers "History of Darke Co., p.395. He is listed in 1850 census in Jackson Twp., Darke Co. O. with the four youngest children. He moved to Wabash Co., Ind. in Nov. 1852. They settled 3/4 mile above the town of Somerset on the Mississinewa River where he built a grist mill and sawmill. This mill later was destroyed by fire. The old Somerset and area is under water since the completion of the Peoria Conservancy Dam in the mid 1960's. Before his death, John was the owner of some 1100 acres of land. John Crumrine was an Ordained Elder in the German Baptist Church — now the Church of the Brethren. He became a member of the church in l824, reports the "History of the Church of the Brethren in Southern Ohio,1708-1920”. This same source says he was elected to the ministry in 1825, or possibly 1833. Beers, "History of Darke Co., O., p.441, indicates he was the second preacher of the German Baptist church in Washington Twp. He and his wife were among the charter members of the Greenville Creek Church - the original Union City Church, located two miles north of Union City, Ind. After moving to Wabash Co., Ind., he became the first Elder of the Wabash Country Church of the Brethren which was organized in l859. The "History of the Church of the Brethren in Indiana" published in 1952, gives some of this information also. He remained Elder of the Wabash Country Church until his death. John and Catherine are buried in the Mt. Vernon cemetery, Wabash Co.,Indiana. Their children were all born in Darke Co., O. Barbara, Sally, Cornelius, Sophia, Christena, Isaac, Noah, Jacob, Elizabeth

  7.   1820 United States Federal Census.

    Name: Jno Crumrine
    Home in 1820 (City, County, State): Washington, Darke, Ohio
    Enumeration Date: August 7, 1820
    Free White Persons - Males - 16 thru 25: 1
    Free White Persons - Females - Under 10: 1 [Barbara?]
    Free White Persons - Females - 16 thru 25: 1
    Number of Persons - Engaged in Manufactures: 1
    Free White Persons - Under 16: 1
    Total Free White Persons: 3
    Total All Persons - White, Slaves, Colored, Other: 3

  8. 1840 United States Federal Census.

    Name: Jonathan Crumrine
    Home in 1840 (City, County, State): Neave, Darke, Ohio
    Free White Persons - Males - Under 5: 2 [Jacob?, ?]
    Free White Persons - Males - 5 thru 9: 1 [Noah?]
    Free White Persons - Males - 10 thru 14: 1 [Isaac?]
    Free White Persons - Males - 30 thru 39: 1
    Free White Persons - Females - 5 thru 9: 1 [Catharine P.?]
    Free White Persons - Females - 20 thru 29: 1
    Persons Employed in Agriculture: 1
    Free White Persons - Under 20: 5
    Free White Persons - 20 thru 49: 2
    Total Free White Persons: 7
    Total All Persons - Free White, Free Colored, Slaves: 7

  9.   John Crumrine 15 January 1799 – 23 November 1884 • KPHM-4QB, in FamilySearch Family Tree.

    John Crumrine
    1799–1884 • KPHM-4QB​​
    Marriage: 30 May 1819
    Montgomery, Ohio, United States

    Catherine Brenner
    1799–1873 • KNH6-5YV​​

    Children of Catherine Brenner and John Crumrine (10)
    Barbara Crumrine
    1820–1884 • KNXX-QXN​​
    Sarah "Sally" Crumrine
    1822–1848 • LX7F-BQD​​
    Cornelius Elbert Crumrine
    1825–Deceased • KC99-T8C​​
    Sophia Crumrine
    1827–1877 • KNH6-5LG​​
    Christena Crumrine
    1829–Deceased • MPT2-4HC​​
    Isaac Crumrine
    1830–1882 • K8P4-6J8​​
    Noah Webster Crumrine
    1833–1916 • KNH8-YXD​​
    Jacob R. Crumrine
    1835–1890 • KPQC-RFC​​
    Elizabeth Crumrine
    1840–Deceased • K4K2-KF6​​
    Nancy Crumrine
    1841–Deceased • G3XF-78L

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