Person:Lucy Crandall (6)

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Lucy Delcenia Crandall
m. 27 Mar 1851
  1. Lucy Delcenia Crandall1860 - 1922
  2. Abraham Lincoln Crandall1866 - 1942
m. 22 Mar 1884
  1. Charles Crandall Burdick1887 - 1965
Facts and Events
Name Lucy Delcenia Crandall
Gender Female
Birth[1] 19 Sep 1860 Fulton, Illinois, United States
Marriage 22 Mar 1884 to Gaudentia Dilutia Burdick
Death[1] 19 May 1922 Milton Township, Rock, Wisconsin, United States
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 The Journal - Telephone
    May 25, 1922.

    Lucy Delcenia Crandall was born in Fulton Co., Ill., September 19, 1860. Her parents were Charles and Rebecca Crandall. In the spring of 1869 her parents moved to Farina, Ill., which was her home until her marriage to Gaudentia D. Burdick, which occurred on March 22, 1884. Mr. and Mrs. Burdick then came to Wisconsin to make their home in the vicinity of Milton. Mr. Burdick was deceased November 6, 1888.
    On January 22, 1895, Mrs. Burdick was married to Ernest C. Burnett.
    For a long time Mrs. Burnett had suffered, severely at times, from an incurable malady. But she bore her sufferings uncomplainingly, and few outside her immediate family knew of her ailment. Recently she became more seriously ill, and passed away Friday morning, May 19, 1922. Besides her husband, she is survived by three sons, Lee Burdick, of New York city, Charles Burdick, who lives at home, George C. Burnett, of San Francisco, Cal., and a daughter, Jessie Burnett, who lives at home. She also leaves a sister, Mrs. R. J. Maxson, of Gentry, Ark., and three brothers, William and Lincoln Crandall of Farina, Ill., and Clark Crandall of Milton.
    Mrs. Burnett was a christian believer who tried to demonstrate in her daily life the virtues of sincerity, integrity, generosity and neighborliness. She made public profession of faith in Christ while living at Farina and was baptised into the fellowship of the Seventh Day Baptist church by Rev. Charles Lewis, who was pastor. Her membership was transferred to the church of like faith at Milton, in whose fellowship she remained loyal till the time of her death.
    Memorial services were held at the church on Monday morning, May 22, conducted by her pastor, Rev. Henry N. Jordan. Interment was at Milton Junction.