Person:Samuel Crandall (21)

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 -
  • HSamuel Park Crandall1818 - 1910
  • WMarion Weber - 1882
m. 6 Jul 1843
  1. Ellen Annette Crandall1856 - 1943
  2. Julius A. Crandall - 1862
Facts and Events
Name Samuel Park Crandall
Gender Male
Birth[1][2][3] 7 Sep 1818 Brookfield, Madison, New York, United States
Marriage 6 Jul 1843 to Marion Weber
Death[3] 6 Mar 1910 Nile, Allegany, New York, United States
  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)
  2. History of Allegany County, N.Y: with illustrations descriptive of scenery, private residences, public buildings, fine blocks, and important manufactories, from original sketches by artists of the highest ability, and portraits of old pioneers and prominent residents. (New York: F.W. Beers, 1879)

    Samuel P. Crandall, jr., was born in Madison county, N. Y., September 7th, 1818. He was the son of Samuel P. and Anna Crandall. He came to Friendship when five years of age. He married Marion A. Weber.

  3. 3.0 3.1 The Sabbath Recorder
    68:12:380, March 21, 1910.

    "The Sabbath Recorder", Vol 68, No 12, p 380, Mar. 21, 1910.
    Samuel Park Crandall, son of Samuel P. Crandall and Anna Crandall Crandall, was born September 7, 1818, in the town of Brookfield, Madison Co., N. Y. He died at Nile, Allegany County, N. Y., March 6, 1910, at the age of ninety-one and one-half years.
    Mr. Crandall was the oldest of a family of ten children. During the fifth year of his life his parents moved to Allegany County and built their home about one mile southwest of Nile. The Seventh-day Baptist Church was organized at Nile the next year (1824). Mr. Crandall became a member of this church in his youth and was a faithful member throughout his long life. He was married, July 6, 1843, to Miss Marian A. Weber. To them were born four children: Julius A., Marshall, Ellen, and a little girl who died in infancy.
    Julius A. enlisted in the army at the age of sixteen. He was taken prisoner at the first battle of Bull run, and was shut up in the rebel prison at Tuscaloosa, Ala., where he died. Marshall died of typhoid fever in young manhood. Ellen was married to Myron Irish; and she and her family live at the home between Nile and Friendship. She has tenderly cared for her father for twenty-eight years, - since the death of his wife.
    Mr. Crandall had very little opportunity to attend school when he was a boy, but he had a keen mind and a remarkable memory. He was deeply interested in political and religious matters. In his extreme old age he delighted to read current literature. Until near the time of his death it was his custom to spend from two to six hours a day reading. It was always a delight to visit with him. The church has lost a loyal and intelligent member and the community has lost a worthy citizen. Of his near relatives he is survived by one brother, two sisters and one daughter. He will be greatly missed by many relatives and friends of the community.
    The funeral services were conducted by his pastor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Myron Irish, March 8, 1910. The body was interred in the cemetery at Nile, N. Y. J. L. S.