Biography of A. Crumrine
Hancock County, OH Biographies

A. CRUMRINE, farmer, P. 0. McComb, was born in Washington County, Penn., March 28, 1815, son of Peter and Rebecca (Wise) Crumrine, natives of Pennsylvania, of German descent. Peter Crumrine, who was a carpenter in early life, but who in later days became a farmer, came to Ohio in 1832 and settled in Ross County; of his family of nine children our subject is the eldest. A. Crumrine was reared on the farm, received a common school education, and chose agriculture for his occupation. He came to this county in 1842 and settled on the farm in Portage Township, consisting of 160 acres of well improved land, where he now resides. Mr. Crumrine was united in marriage, in 1880, with Mary, daughter of Nathaniel Ross, and is of German descent. To them have been born nine children: Sarah, wife of John Nelson; Joseph; Renjamin; Amanda. wife of D. H. Randall; Adaline, wife of O. M. Ramsey; Malissa, wife of Daniel Freed; Nathaniel R. and two who are deceased. Mrs Crumrine is a member of the Disciples Church. Our subject is a Democrat in politics; for twenty seven years he served as justice of the peace; has been school director for more than twenty five years; has also been trustee of Portage Township several terms, and was overseer in the Grange movement in his township.

History of Madison County, Ohio
Published by: Warner, Beers and Company
Chicago, Illinois 1886

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