Person:Daniel Crandall (9)

Daniel Lorenzo Crandall
  1. Penelope M. Crandall - 1873
  2. Daniel Lorenzo Crandall1819 - 1906
  3. Virtue V. Crandall
  • HDaniel Lorenzo Crandall1819 - 1906
  • WSusan Dennis - 1891
m. 3 Oct 1844
  1. Amelia E. Crandall1847 - 1902
Facts and Events
Name Daniel Lorenzo Crandall
Gender Male
Birth[1] 31 Aug 1819 Cuyler, Cortland, New York, United States
Marriage 3 Oct 1844 to Susan Dennis
Death[1] 17 Aug 1906 Ceres, Allegany, New York, United States
  1. 1.0 1.1 The Sabbath Recorder
    62:38:605, September 17, 1906.

    Daniel Lorenzo Crandall, son of Matthew Maxson and Prudence Maxson Crandall, was born in Cuyler, N. Y., Aug. 31, 1819, and died at Ceres, N. Y., Aug. 17, 1906, aged 85 years.
    When about twelve years old, his parents, with their family, moved to Ceres, N. Y. At the age of sixteen he became a subject of divine grace, and was baptized by Eld. Henry Green into the fellowship of the Portville Seventh-day Baptist Church, with which he remained a devoted member until removed by death.
    Oct. 3, 1844, he was married to Susan Dennis, with whom he lived a happy wedded life for forty-eight years. Since the death of his wife he had been kindly cared for in the family of his youngest daughter, wife of Albert L. Maxson.
    Nineteen years of his early manhood life were spent as a raft pilot on the Alleghany river. He was a man of excellent principles and habits, and during his river life when whisky was drank almost as freely as water, he could never be induced to drink a drop. He and his brother George were among the first to sign the temperance pledge in Allegany Co. Brother Crandall has always been a constant Bible reader and was warmly attached to the church of his choice, and deeply interested in all the work committed to his charge. For more than forty years he had been a sufferer from muscular rheumatism, but bore his sufferings with great patience.
    His funeral services were held at the Main Settlement Church, Aug. 19, 1906, Rev. B. F. Rogers officiating, assisted by Rev. George P. Kenyon. The large attendance of relatives and neighbors attested to the esteem in which he was held by those who had long known him. B. F. R.