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Crams in Maine to Kansas

Crams in Maine to Kansas

Lori (View posts)
Posted: 8 Jul 2000 7:29PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 20 Nov 2005 11:45PM GMT
Surnames: Cram, Bailey
I am looking for any information on James Cram and his wife, Louise Bailey who were born in Maine in the 1820's and later moved to Kansas. Any info will be greatly appreciated! Thanks!

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Kristin Burns (View posts)
Posted: 18 Jul 2000 9:01PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 20 Nov 2005 11:46PM GMT
Do you know if they had a daughter named Jessie Leona?

Crams in Maine to Kansas

Lori (View posts)
Posted: 19 Jul 2000 5:30AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 20 Nov 2005 11:46PM GMT
I'm sorry, but I don't know the names of any of their children except for their daughter, Louise, who was my great-grandmother.

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Kristin Burns (View posts)
Posted: 19 Jul 2000 7:16AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 20 Nov 2005 11:47PM GMT
Do you know where in Kansas she was from? Jessie was from Bird City, Kansas, and she was born April 22, 1893.

Crams in Maine to Kansas

Lori O'Brien (View posts)
Posted: 19 Jul 2000 9:03AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 20 Nov 2005 11:48PM GMT
Surnames: Cram, Bailey, Playford, Dyer
Hi! I don't have anyone from Bird City, but Cram is such a unique name and since we have ancestors with the same name in Kansas around the same time, there still may be some sort of connection. Here is the information I do have, hopefully it will be some sort of help. I think I may have skipped a generation with some earlier information I gave you, so hopefully this will clear things up. James Cram was born abt. 1822 in Aroostook Maine and married Louise Bailey who was also born in Maine aound 1824. They must have moved their family to Nebraska from Maine, because James died in Fletcher, NE, and their daughter, Lucy Ann Cram-Playford (my great-great grandmother)married Steven Thomas Playford who also lived in NE. I wish I had the names of all their children. Lucy was born in Maine on Dec. 14, 1854. She is buried in Atwood, KS. They (Lucy and Steven and her mother Louise and possibly more children) must have then come to Kansas from NE. because all three are buried in Atwood, KS. Lucy Ann Cram-Playford and Steven Thomas Playford are the parents of Louise Playford-Dyer (kind of confusing since she was named after her grandmother). Louise Playford-Dyer was born on Feb 4. 1880, but I don't know where. She also died in Atwood. Is this all about as plain as mud?!?!?! Where is Bird City located in Kansas?? I hope this has helped more than confuse you. Let me know if there is a connection or if you have any questions. Lori

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Kristin Burns (View posts)
Posted: 19 Jul 2000 10:06AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 20 Nov 2005 11:48PM GMT
Ok, Bird City, is only 22 miles from Atwood, and we are only 21 miles from the Nebraska state line, so I am sure that we are some how connected. I will find my papers, and let you know more. You can email me direct at kburns@kans.com

Lucy Ann Cram

Pam (View posts)
Posted: 7 Sep 2000 10:49AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 20 Nov 2005 11:49PM GMT
Surnames: Cram, Playford, Maxwell
S T Playford and Lucy Ann Cram were my fathers grandparents. His fathers name was Stephen Playford and his mothers name was Ola Era Maxwell. Would really like to hear from the person who was looking for relatives of Lucy Ann Cram. My email address is pjp052193@aol.com.

Crams from Maine to Kansas

Jason Cram (View posts)
Posted: 25 Sep 2000 9:30PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 20 Nov 2005 11:52PM GMT
Try contacting Winburn Cram @ acram@Sacoriver.net
He lives out side Portland Maine and has done an extensive research on the Cram History.

Lucy Ann Cram

Jean (View posts)
Posted: 26 May 2001 6:58PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 20 Nov 2005 11:49PM GMT
Surnames: Cram, Playford, Pate
Lucy Ann and Stephen Thomas Playford were my great grand parents. My grandfather, whom I never knew, James C. Playford married Bertha Ann Pate. My mom was Hattic C. Playford, and my dad a Lewis. I've been trying to find out where James C. is buried. I'd like to know about the rest, too.
Yes, I'd like to hear from you. Thanks. Jean

Cram/Playford

Posted: 28 May 2001 7:36PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 20 Nov 2005 11:50PM GMT
Surnames: Cram, Playford, Dyer
Stephen Playford and Lucy Ann Cram were my great-great Grandparents. Their daughter, Louise Playford-Dyer is my greatgrandmother. I would like to exchange any info I have with anyone who is interested. I also have many pictures and old letters of Stephen and Lucy, and Louise and her sisters.
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