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DIANE IMHOFF (View posts)
Posted: 8 Jun 1999 8:25AM GMT
Trying to find the origin of the last name
CRIM.

Crim Nationality

Posted: 10 Jun 1999 7:36PM GMT
Edited: 15 Apr 2007 1:51PM GMT
To Diane....Pretty sure it's German. My Crims (I think) came from Germany to Pa. to SC, to Alabama.

Crim Nationality

Edward Crim (View posts)
Posted: 5 Jul 1999 8:58AM GMT
I would like to know what information you
have on Crims. I have traced my own line
in Northern Va (Shenandoah Frederick
counties) and West Virginia (Berkeley
Jefferson Counties) back to Mid 1700's. I
think that they came from Pennsylvania and
do know that in the 1810 census their names
were spelled Krim.

Thanks !

i know alot of crim''s

barbara sundy (View posts)
Posted: 17 Jul 1999 1:36AM GMT
i'am from sharon pennsylvnia and i know a shirley, patricia, brian celeste,erma,there are alot of crim's here my daughter is a crim too.if these are the crims you are looking for please get back to me and i will find out as much as possible for you. thank you

Crim name

Douglas Crim (View posts)
Posted: 20 Jul 1999 6:43PM GMT
My family have lived in Texas for many years.. my dad, Leonard Crim, born to Lawrence Erwin Crim ( ?- april, 1926) and Elmira Sealy Crim (2-19-? to April 14, 1942) Most of the family were born in Limestome County Texas . I hope this is of some help

We changed the spelling

Crim, Ronald E. (View posts)
Posted: 23 Jul 1999 5:30PM GMT
My ancestors came from the Clarksburg, West Virginia. My grandfather was Alonozo and he had brothers Creed and Ferd. My grandfather changed the spelling of our name to Crimm. In Germany it was spelled Krim and when they firsted arrived in the US they spelled it Grim. I am particularly looking for ancestors of my grandfathers brothers. I believe there are some in the Salem, WV area.

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deborah post (View posts)
Posted: 7 Aug 1999 5:44PM GMT
Laura, do you have a J.M. or James Crim in your tree?

Crims in Al

Gale Crim (View posts)
Posted: 26 Aug 1999 11:10PM GMT
Laura, recently m. Carlton Ray Crim, son of Horace Crim, of Talladega, Al. Any connection to your Al Crims? Horace died approx 23 yrs ago, and I know very little of his parents, etc. I would like to piece together a history for us and my stepchildren.

Crim Family

Rex E. Crim (View posts)
Posted: 29 Aug 1999 9:22AM GMT
I am a decendent of the Abrahamn and Joanna Armstrong Crim, pioneers of the Texas branch of the Crims, located in East Texas 1854.
I beleivethat they relate back to Susan Crim b1779 to Charles Catherine Julius Crim of Loudoun Co. VA. mc1804 Michael Kidwiler, resided Jefferson Co, WV. Sibs: Jacob 1772-1847mSusan Abel;Abraham m Rosanna Roller:Eliz m Martin Heizer; Catherine m J. Witterman; ect.
I woul like to know more about the Crim History that you find out in your area before Abraham and Joanna Armstrong Crim.

Crim Family

Rex E. Crim (View posts)
Posted: 29 Aug 1999 9:26AM GMT
I am a decendent of the Abrahamn and Joanna Armstrong Crim, pioneers of the Texas branch of the Crims, located in East Texas 1854.
I beleivethat they relate back to Susan Crim b1779 to Charles Catherine Julius Crim of Loudoun Co. VA. mc1804 Michael Kidwiler, resided Jefferson Co, WV. Sibs: Jacob 1772-1847mSusan Abel;Abraham m Rosanna Roller:Eliz m Martin Heizer; Catherine m J. Witterman; ect.
I woul like to know more about the Crim History that you find out in your area before Abraham and Joanna Armstrong Crim.
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