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Chrimes, Crimes, Chrymes and Crymes
|Children:||Alton Dudley, Ethel E, Wilbur Eugene|
|The appearance of "Eujene Crimes" on the 1880 US Federal Census taken on 3 June means that birth dates beyond that date (e.g. Find-a-Grave) cannot be correct.|
Alternative first forename: Alton
From Find-a-Grave (contributed by Amy Abramson): "A.E. Crymes - A.E. Crymes, retired cabinet-maker, died Sunday at his residence at 656 Moreland Ave., SE. He was 80. Mr. Crymes was a member of the Moreland Avenue Baptist Church. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Harry F. Wood; a son, W.E. Crymes, both of Atlanta; two sisters, Mrs. T.P. Chastain, and Mrs. Weyman Jones, both of Atlanta; and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be at 11:30 Tuesday at Spring Hill. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery."