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Re: Colonel William B. Creasman (complete)
Posted by: Carl Creasman Date: March 02, 2002 at 09:07:48
In Reply to: Re: Colonel William B. Creasman (complete) by Kevin White of 210

Just a few "corrections" to your information. My information on Joseph has a birthdate of 1786 and Adam was his brother, born in 1790. Adam, Jr. had sons named Adam and William, but his William was William T, not William B. Adam also had a son Joseph H, born in 1829. He had 6 sons - Adam, William T, James, Robert, Joseph H., and Samuel D. This family, moved to Tennessee about 1840 and show up in the 1850 Census in McMinn County, TN. Obviously therre is a lot of uncertainty in dates and name spelling from these early records, but my research leads me to believe that Adam, Sr.'s father was Conrad Crissman. The date I have for Adam Sr's birth is about 1747. He definitely shows up in the 1790 census as Adam Creaseman. His brother Conrad shows up in the 1790 census as Conrad Cressema(n). Hope this helps and I would welcome a further exchange of information. I can be contacted at mrvica@usit.net.


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