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Kramer Genealogy & History

Kramer is originally a Flemish name brought to England by French and Flemish Huguenots fleeing religious persecution during the 16th and 17th centuries. It comes from the German Kramer, meaning a tradesman, particularly one taking dairy products from the farms to the markets in a Cram, or a pack on his back. That in turn comes from the Old German kram/cram, meaning a trading post. Kramer family history enters the books with the christening of Abraham Creme in 1552 at St. Margaret's, Westminster. A few well-known members of Kramer genealogy are Aerosmith drummer Joey Kramer, Soviet spy Charles Kramer, and Bergen-Belsen commander Josef Kramer.


Kramer Birth Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
A Eunice Kramer-- --, 1926October 26,1993MA
B Faye Kramer-- --, 1928August 1,1999PA
C Ben Kramer-- --, 1915March ,1985MO
D Aileen Kramer-- --, 1922February 14,1992MD

Kramer Death Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
E J Kramer-- --, 1925November 11,2001Monroe,LA
Fabian Kramer-- --, 1909May 10,1989Addison,IL
Gabert Kramer-- --, 1918February 24,1998Warsaw,IN
H Irene Kramer-- --, 1927October 30,2008Greenfield,IN

Kramer Marriage Records

NameSpouseMarriage DateLocation
Milton KramerSylvia SeligsonJanuary 11,1949Wake, NC
Herbert KramerFlorence GordonMay 16,1950Wake, NC
Peter KramerStella CarsonJanuary 9,1958Wake, NC
John KramerCharlotte WilliamsFebruary 13,1965Wake, NC

Most Common Surnames After Kramer

336th: Frank337th: Weiss
338th: Barber339th: Brady
340th: Cross341st: Miles
342nd: Moss343rd: Todd
344th: Reyes345th: Newton

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