Family of Bertram F CRAM and Mayme BARRY
Married311 between 1900 and 1908311. likely but not sure that they married
Mayme BARRY b. 1874 Dec245 at New York245. d. aft 1942 Jul163. Mayme's marriage to Bertram is by inference. In a 1930 legal notice in the Binghamton (NY) Press, Rhea and Bertram Cram are listed as the great-grandchildren of Sarah Folsom and therefore must be the children of one of Evelena Veazie Cram's children. Mertie, the oldest of Evelena's children, died at the age of 8. Harry S Cram, the next oldest of Evelena's children, married Anna Spraker. Harry and Anna (Anna the mother of 1) appear in the 1910 census with child Henry (also mentioned in the legal notice). Bertram, Evelena's youngest child, was single in 1900 and died in 1909. In Bertram's obituary, it states that he leaves a wife and two children (unnamed). In 1910, Mayme Cram, widow, is listed with children Rhea (b.c. 1908) and Bert (b.c. 1909). The only reasonable conclusion is that Bertram Cram married Mayme Barry sometime between 1900 and 1907. In 1910 and 1920, Mayme and children Rhea and Bert are living with her father and mother.
Child 2. Rhea
Rhea lived in Olean, NY, with her mother Mayme, from 1910 to 1930. The Olean (NY) Times Herald, Oct 17, 1936, reported that Miss Rhea Cram would leave Sunday (Oct 18) for Jamestown, N.Y., where she had accepted a position in the offices of the Erie Railroad Co. On Dec 18, 1944, the same newspaper reported that Mrs Mayme Cram was a guest of her daughter Miss Rhea Cram of Washington, D.C.
Children of Bertram F CRAM and Mayme BARRY:
|1.||Bertram F CRAM0, 83 b. 1908 Oct 1792 at New York264. d. 1989 Sep 992 at Olean, New York92.|
|md. Patricia Helena BUEL|
|2.||Rhea M CRAM311 b. 1908~311 at New York264.|