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Sources
1. Title:   Eastern Indiana Crum Family web site, Url: http://members.aol.com/indycrums/
Publication:   Mid to late 1990s.
2. Title:   Crum family tree, Author Address: <barlor@marsweb.com>
Author:   Johnson, Barb
3. Title:   The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography: A Frontiersman's Memoirs: Jacob Felton's Sketch Of His Early Life, Volume: Vol. CVI., Pages: 539-553
Page:   p. 542
Author:   Felton, Jacob
Publication:   Oct. 1982
4. Title:   Eastern Indiana Crum Family web site, Url: http://members.aol.com/indycrums/
Publication:   Mid to late 1990s.
5. Title:   Research of Gail Vanderhoof, Author Address: <gailweld@peoplepc.com>
Author:   Vanderhoof, Gail (nee Weld)
6. Title:   Coleraine Pageant: First Families Of Coleraine
Publication:   1991
7. Title:   Sketches and statistics of Cincinnati in 1859
Page:   p.92ff.
Author:   Cist, Charles
Publication:   1859?
8. Title:   Coleraine Pageant: Ancestors Corner
Author:   Hughes, Joan
Publication:   2004
9. Title:   Stockades in the Wilderness
Page:   p.39
Author:   Scamyhorn, Richard and John Steinle
Publication:   Landfall Press, Dayton, OH, 1986
10. Title:   Research of Gene Connor
Author:   Connor, Gene
Publication:   Various

Notes
a. Note:   d the station, which was defended by Lieutenant Kingsbury, thirteen regulars and about eight to ten armed residents. The Indians attacked on the 10th, tortured a prisoner within sight of the fort that night, then attacked the next day until they heard that reinforcements were coming, when they gave up the attack.
  The account by Wiseman says the attack was led by Blue Jacket and Simon Girty.

Note:   William was at fort during the Indian attack. About 500 Indians attacke
b. Note:   nd date between 1768 and 1770, and eastern Indiana web site said New York.

Note:   Barb Johnson gives birth place as nr. Bethlehem, PA (Lower Saucon Twsp) a
c. Note:   d Butler Co. History), but he did write a will and died but two months later, and there doesn't seem to be any Indian activities that might have caused this in 1822, so this seems like it might be more a nice story than the truth.
Note:   William was said to be killed by Indians in Ohio (cf. George C. Mansfiel
d. Note:   t south of Fort Hamilton.
Note:   Gene Connor believes the marriage took place at Daraught's Station, jus


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