I’ve always wanted to know more about my 11th Great Grandfather John CRAM (About 1540 – 28 May 1599). I hope this will cover all CRAM, CRAMME, CRAMBE and VonCRAM. I know there are other cousins out there that I haven’t met or been in contact with. I hope to meet them and hope that we can help each other discover other relatives. Always interested in getting new data on my family. Please contact me if you do have some. Thank you.
Monday, February 4, 2008
(183) Colonel Ebenezer CRAM Junior (20 Nov 1782-15 Jul 1835)
Notes on Colonel Ebenezer CRAM Junior
Lived on the home farm back of hte schoolhouse in No 3, was a farmer,Colonel in the Militia, of much enterprise, and an interested member of hte Congregational church. He died July 15, 1835 (FULLONTON-195)
Col. Ebenezer CRAM had children by both wives, none of whom are living except Philbrick, by his first wife. He was born June 10, 1808, and married Eliza TASKER of Northwood, live on the homestead till 1845,when he sold it. He had great farming enterprise, was interested in the Congregational church, and the general good enterprises. It was felt a loss to have him leave town. He lived in Lowell and Concord, and finally he son settled in Barnard, VT. The farm is on a large swell of land, called the "Delectable Mountains." (FULLONTON-195)
Ebenezer had the following children:
234 M i. Philbrick CRAM was born on 10 Jun 1808.
Philbrick resided in 1845 in Raymond, Rockingham, New Hampshire, USA. He was employed as Farmer. He joined religion Congregational. He resided in Lowell, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA. He resided in Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA. He resided in Barnard, Windsor, Vermont, USA. Philbrick married Eliza TASKER . Eliza resided in Northwood, Rockingham, New Hampshire, USA.
* Edmund West, comp., Family Data Collection - Births, Database online."Record for Ebenezer Cram” (Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2001)
* Joseph FULLONTON, The History of Raymond, N.H., p 195.