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First Generation

1. William Jefferson CRUM. Born after 1820 in Kentucky. At the age of 94, William Jefferson died before 17 Dec 1914.

On 15 Dec 1844 when William Jefferson was 24, he married Mary Emiline ALLMON, daughter of Joseph ALLMON ( 1804-1879) & Sarah WILLIAMS ( 1806-), in Carroll County, Tennessee. Born on 18 Jan 1828 in Maury County, Tennessee. At the age of 86, Mary Emiline died in Carroll County, Tennessee on 17 Dec 1914. Buried in 1914 in Pleasant Hill Cemetey, Carroll County, Tennessee.

They had the following children:
i. Telitha. Born after 1840. At the age of 91, Telitha died in 1931. Buried in 1931 in Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Carroll County, Tennessee.

On 1 Jan 1878 when Telitha was 38, she married Thomas O'DAY, in Carroll County, Tennessee.

2 ii. Joseph Tyler (1848-1913)
iii. John W.. Born in 1853 in Tennessee.

On 18 Dec 1878 when John W. was 25, he married T. A. CHANDLER, in Carroll County, Tennessee.

iv. Millard F.. Born on 27 Jul 1856. At the age of 42, Millard F. died in Carroll County, Tennessee on 26 Aug 1898. Buried in Aug 1898 in Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Carroll County, Tennessee.

Millard F. married Sallie A..

v. William. Born about 1859. At the age of 11, William died before 1870.

3 vi. Mary Ellen (1862-)
vii. Thomas Monroe. Born in 1867 in Tennessee.

On 30 Jul 1896 when Thomas Monroe was 29, he married Mary STANLEY, in Carroll County, Tennessee.


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