Cripe Family Genealogy Forum
Okay, you are trying to put together a family group sheet for John Edward Cripe whose code number among Cripe genealogists is "C-112." His wife is also a Cripe (thru her dad's mom) and an Ulrich thru her mom's mom. (Their mom's were first cousins on their Ulrich lines. Lord, these folks are inbred.) And you're trying to place all of the spouses of the children of C-112, particularly the ones who belong on Cripe and/or Ulrich trees. Correct? I don't have Daniel T. Cripe in my data base, and it looks as if you have more info on the family (children) of C-112 than I have access to.
HOWEVER, I can tell you what family genealogist has agreed to keep track of the descendants of C-1 (the grandfather of C-112): Barb Becker of Battleground, IN. She is a FANTASTIC researcher. Meticulous, and has a gift for piecing together parts to come out with a whole. If anyone can give you the answer, it's Barb. And you may have some info she'd like. I will be e-mailing you privately Barb's postal mailing address. If you write to her, please do include your e-mail because I'm certain she has an e-mail address.
If you figure out where David T. goes, please post to the Cripe GenForum. I do find a note on C-112: "Joseph's son John E. Cripe who married Barbara Shively moved to Carroll Co., Indiana, and their children populated Carroll and Clinton Counties." That being the case, David T. could be a close cousin, or a distant cousin. Cripes from several lines were all over those counties, and are even today.