Person:Samuel Crandall (20)

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Samuel P. Crandall
m. 26 Mar 1789
  1. Paul Crandall1790 -
  2. Abigail Crandall1791 - 1792
  3. Samuel P. Crandall1792 - 1878
  4. Thomas Crandall1795 -
  5. Acors Rathbone Crandall1797 -
  6. Gardner Crandall1799 - 1799
  7. John Crandall1801 -
  8. William Clarke Crandall1803 -
m. 1 Jan 1818
  1. Samuel Park Crandall1818 - 1910
  2. Ezra Crandall1820 -
  3. Anna Crandall1821 - 1855
  4. John C. Crandall1824 -
  5. Almira Crandall1827 -
  6. Rosena Crandall1829 -
  7. William Deloss Crandall1832 - 1920
  8. Charles C. Crandall1834 - 1895
  9. Henry W. Crandall1836 - 1856
  10. Laura M. Crandall1840 -
Facts and Events
Name Samuel P. Crandall
Gender Male
Birth[1] 13 Dec 1792 Rhode Island, United States
Marriage 1 Jan 1818 to Anna Crandall
Death[1] 17 Sep 1878 Friendship, Allegany, New York, United States
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Minard, John Stearns, and Georgia Drew Merrill. Allegany County and its people: a centennial memorial history of Allegany County, New York. (Alfred, N. Y.: W. A. Fergusson & Co., 1896)
    723.

    Samuel P. Crandall, son of Paul and Prudence Chapman Crandall, born Dec. 13, 1792, in Rhode Island, married Jan. 1, 1818, Anna, daughter of Ezra and Anna Park Crandall (born in Connecticut Nov. 9, 1797, died at Friendship March 22, 1869) and died at Friendship Sept. 17, 1878. In 1822 he located as a farmer in Wirt, as it is now called, purchased and developed 150 acres of land. Children: Samuel P., born Sept. 7, 1818, married Marian A. Weber; Ezra, born June 8, 1820, married Mary Smith, who died in Milton, Wis., in 1888; Anna (Mrs. Rodney T. Smith), born Dec. 13, 1821, and died May 6, 1855; John C., born Oct. 22, 1824, married Mrs. Sarah A. Green (widow of Philo), who died Nov. 3, 1889; Almira (Mrs. W. W. Gardner), born Aug. 19, 1827; Rosena (Mrs. Elisha Hyde), born Sept. 30, 1829; William D., born March 4, 1832, married Sarah C. Coon; Charles C., born April 3, 1834, died Oct 24, 1895; Henry W., born June 22, 1836, died July 31, 1856; Laura M. (Mrs. M. T. Mills), born Feb. 8, 1840. The first three were born in Brookfield, N. Y., the others in Friendship except Mrs. Mills who was born in Wirt.