I don't know how much history you have regarding our family tree ie Cripe ancestry. What I have found thus far, is it is easier to read about the older Cripe generation than it is about the "new" Cripes. Because we have such an established ancestry, one thing it does do is make it much easier to trace our roots and tie in to people from today's time. Thanks to Social Security records, Birth Certificates and the Census, we are very likely to be able to maintain the present day records of the Cripes and their relatives. However, what I do find as sad is that one of the significant places in the United States for geneology records ie Salt Lake City, Utah does not have modern information on the Cripe names. I will see if anyone knows of a marriage license if that would be helpful for the Cripe you seek here. Email me regarding any questions that I might be able to help with. I am not an expert at this by any means, but I do know who to turn to for answers regarding questions related to our Cripe ancestry thankfully. Hope your New Year is wonderful and I do look forward to hearing from you. My Best, Iris
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