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.
Friday, February 8, 2008
(184) Jonathan CRAM (10 Oct 1784-20 Sep 1859) & Nancy CURRIER (10 Jan 1795-12 May 1854)
Notes on Jonathan CRAM
Jonathan, b. Oct 10, 1784. He was a tanner and currier, lived at theCenter just west of the blacksmith shop, moved to Lowell, Mass and died Sept 20,1859. His wife was Nancy CURRIER of this town, She died May 12, 1854, aged 69. FULLONTON-195)
His wife was Nancy CURRIER of this town, She died May 12, 1854, aged69. FULLONTON-195)
Nancy, b Jan 10, 1785, married Jonathan CRAM, lived in the village, moved to Lowell, then to some other
place, and died May 1, 1854 (FULLONTON - 192)
Jonathan and Nancy had the following children:
235 F i. Mary CRAM was born on 21 Jul 1811. She died on 10 Oct 1812.
236 M ii. Asa Brainerd CRAM was born on 13 Jul 1814. Asa resided in Charlestown, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA.
237 M iii. Gideon Currier CRAM was born on 11 Oct 1816.
238 M iv. Stephen Bailey CRAM was born on 21 Aug 1819.
* Joseph FULLONTON, The History of Raymond, N.H.