Person:Silas Crandall (3)

Watchers
  1. Silas H. Crandall1821 - 1884
  2. Amos Sidney Crandall1823 - 1916
  3. Clarke Crandall1825 - 1908
  4. John Milton Crandall1827 - 1903
m. Sep 1844
Facts and Events
Name Silas H. Crandall
Gender Male
Birth[1] 3 Feb 1821 Montville, New London, Connecticut, United States
Marriage Sep 1844 to Harriet Newell Stillman
Death[1] 10 Apr 1884 Milton, Rock, Wisconsin, United States
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 The Weekly Telephone
    p. 5, May 1, 1884.

    The subject of this sketch, Silas H. Crandall, who died at Milton, Wis., on April 10th, 1884, was born at Montville, Conn., February 3d, 1821. His father, Henry B. Crandall, moved in an early day to Alfred, N. Y., and from there, still westward, he removed to Milton, Wisconsin, where he became one of the earliest settlers of Rock county. 'Uncle Henry,' ripe in years, but young in his Saviour, still lives beloved by all who know him.
    The deceased, Silas H., leaves a widow and nine children, of whom it can be truly said, 'they dwelt together in unity,' the whole family being deeply attached to one another, the children ever exhibiting an obedient love and lofty regard for their parents. The widow, children and many relatives have occasion to mourn the loss of a kind, indulgent father and husband, a christian man of honest report, whom we trust has gone to meet his Lord in peace. B.

  2.   C. W. Butterfield. The History of Rock County, Wisconsin: containing a history of Rock County, its early settlement, growth, development, resources, etc., an extensive and minute sketch of its cities, their improvements, industries, manufacturies, churches, schools, societies, etc., war record, biographical sketches, portraits. (Chicago: Western Historical Company, 1879)
    816.

    S. H. CRANDALL, farmer, Sec. 18; P.O. Milton Junction; native of the State of Connecticut; born in Montville, New London Co., Feb. 3, 1821; son of H. B. and Lucinda, who came to Wisconsin, in November, 1838; they had nine children - five sons. They located on 320 acres in all, on Section 28, in the town of Milton, Rock Co., where now stands the depot called Milton Junction. Mr. S. H. Crandall sold this site to Isaac P. Morgan, consisting of about forty acres. Mr. Crandall's mother died in April, 1849; is buried at West Milton Cemetery. He married Miss Harriet N. Stillman, daughter of John and Lavina Stillman, of New York; they have had ten children, nine living - George S., born Aug. 3, 1846; Eugene S. and Emogene S., born June 5, 1849; Josephine S., born April 1, 1851; Julia A., born Nov. 7, 1853; Jessie L., born Feb. 7, 1856; John H., born April 13, 1858, died Feb.. 27, 1860; Minnie E., born Sept. 27, 1860; Almer W., born Nov. 28, 1863; Herbert C., born May 20, 1868. Mr. Crandall has held the offices of Road Commissioner, Town Treasurer, School Clerk and Commissioner. Belongs to the Seventh Day Baptist Church, at East Milton; contributed labor and money for the building of the church; is a leader of the choir; has always taken a great interest in the welfare of the church and its advancement. He is a Republican. His farm consists of 200 acres; breeds horses, sheep, cattle and hogs; present value of the farm is $40 to $50 per acre.