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Cruce family genealogical records, 1829-1988 : George Washington Cruce (1829-1912) on down to 1988 as nearly as possible

by Zane Pauline Cruce Kidwiler
Kidwiler, Pauline Cruce (Main Author)
Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1989
on 1 microfilm reel : facsims., chiefly geneal. tables, ports. ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm made of manuscript collection (128 leaves) donated by Zane Pauline Cruce Kidwiler, Clinton, Missouri.

Includes Clary, Dannaldson, Freytag, Johney, Kidwiler, Vanhoozer and related families.

George Washington Cruce (1829-1912) was a son of James Cruce and Nancy G. Harrison, born in Crittenden County, Kentucky. He moved to Clinton, Missouri and married Frances G. Hester in 1858. George Gregory Cruce (1885-1966), a grandson, married Edith Almira Sims in 1907, and immigrated to Shellbrook, Saskatchewan in Canada. Descendants and relatives lived in Saskatchewan, British Columbia and elsewhere. Some descendants and many relatives lived in Missouri, North Dakota, Montana, Washington and elsewhere in the United States.

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