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Re: Klump, Klumpp, Klumb, Klum, Clum
Posted by: Larry R. Clum Date: October 23, 2001 at 17:27:57
In Reply to: Re: Klump, Klumpp, Klumb, Klum, Clum by Eva Klumpp of 79

Eva,
My Jean Jansen Klumb/Klump was from the Darmstadt area (Lutheran Ch. Records) His son Phillip Klump, ne Clum arrived NY Hudson River Valley 1710..Was part of the group of Palitines that harvested tar for England and got left High and Dry. One grandson left NY for VA in about 1751. The next two Generations went to Ohio and then finally to Kansas in 1870. There probably was a connection of ALL the spellings, but how we would ever connect them is the question.
Larry Clum
Maize, KS


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