North Carolina, USA
Redman Crumpler was the son of John Crumpler, Jr. (Revolutionary Patriot) and Elizabeth Blackman Crumpler. He married Sarah Holmes, daughter of Archibald and Elizabeth Holmes in 1810.
Redman Crumpler was Register of Deeds in Sampson Co., North Carolina from 1814-1824.Redman Crumpler was also a Justice of the Peace in Sampson County, North Carolina and served as a Justice of the Peace in Walton Co., Florida.
By the 1830 Census he was still in Sampson Co., NC and had 3 sons and 4 daughters at home. Sometime after that, and before the 1840 Census, he moved his family out of Sampson County. He probably went to Dooley Co., Georgia with other members of the Crumpler family for awhile. His youngest daughter, Martha , was born in 1835, and census records state consistently that she was born in Georgia.
By the 1840 Census, Redman and his family were living in Florida Territory in a sparsely populated area just west of the Choctawatchee River in what would become Walton County when Florida became a state in 1845. In 1848 a new county was formed from the area where the Crumplers lived, and it was called Holmes County.
Redman Crumpler died sometime after 1845 while living in Walton Co., Florida. He was on the 1845 Voters Registration List for Walton Co., Florida, but was not on the 1848 Holmes Co., Florida Tax Roll.
Children not linked below:
John R Crumpler (1822-1860)
Edith Crumpler Cooper (1817-1884)
Griffin Crumpler (1814-1880)
John Crumpler (1756 - 1803)
Elizabeth Blackman Crumpler (1767 - 1799)
Sarah Holmes Crumpler (1794 - 1870)*
Margaret Crumpler Turner (1814 - 1889)*
Sarah Holmes Crumpler Turner (1819 - 1896)*
William Crumpler (1825 - 1895)*
Martha Crumpler Turner (1835 - 1865)*
Blackman Crumpler (1784 - 1868)*
Redman Crumpler (1788 - 1846)
Bathsheba Crumpler Sutton (1789 - 1854)*
Maintained by: Mary Harper
Originally Created by: Jeff Hubbard
Record added: Nov 11, 2010
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