|Birth: ||Oct. 17, 1837|
|Death: ||Mar. 21, 1923|
Isaac-7 Crippen was the son of Ansel-6 B. Crippen and his wife Marrilla Paddock.
5 CRIPPEN siblings: Millard Filmore, Henry L., [Self], William Harrison, Ernest M., and Emma Ackerman & Smith.
He married Elizabeth "Betsy" Anne Bush May 20, 1866.
4 CRIPPEN children: 1st died in infancy; George; W. Irving; and Myrtle.
1870 Census Brighton, Livingston, MI:
Isaac Crippen M 32y Michigan
Elizabeth Crippen F 24y New York
Myette Crippen F 2y Michigan [Myrtle]
1880 Green Oak, Livingston, MI:
Self Isaac Crippen M 43 Michigan
Wife Elizebeth Crippen F 37 New York
Daughter Myrtie Crippen F 11 Michigan
Son George Crippen M 8 Michigan
Son Irving Crippen M 3 Michigan [W.]
1900 Conway, Livingston, MI:
head Isaac Crippen M 63 Michigan
Wife Elizabeth Crippen F 54 New York
Daughter Myrtri I Crippen F 32 Michigan
Son W. Irving Crippen 24 mi
1910 Conway, Livingston, MI:
SELF Isaac Crippen M 72y Michigan
WIFE Elizabeth Crippen F 63y New York
DAU Myrtle I Crippen F 41y Michigan
SON Washington I Crippen M 33y Michigan
1920 Livingston Co., MI:
SELF Isaac Crippen M 82y Michigan
DAU Myrtle Crippen F 51y Michigan
Isaac and his 4 brothers all served in the same unit during the Civil War and all returned unscathed.
CIVIL WAR: Isaac joined Co. I, 9th MI Infantry. For meritious service he was appointed Corporal. He re-enlisted when his Co. was veteraned, and was promoted to Sargeant. INFANTRY
History of the 9th Regiment, Michigan Infantry:
Organized at Detroit Mich., and mustered in October 15, 1861. Moved to Jeffersonville, Ind., October 25, thence to West Point and to Muldraugh's Hill, Ky., and duty there constructing bridges and earthworks till January 4, 1862. Attached to Thomas' Command, Dept. of the Ohio, November, 1861. 16th Brigade, Army of the Ohio, to March, 1862. 23rd Independent Brigade, Army of the Ohio, to November, 1862. Headquarters 14th Army Corps, Army of the Cumberland, to February, 1864. Headquarters Dept. of the Cumberland in the field to May, 1864. Reserve Brigade, Dept. of the Cumberland, to October, 1864. Headquarters Dept. of the Cumberland, Chattanooga, Tenn., to June, 1865. Nashville, Tenn., to September, 1865.
Lineage (direct) to Thomas-1 CRIPPEN:
CRIPPEN Isaac-7, Ansel-6, William-5 m. Content Standish, John-4, John-3, Lieut Jabez-2, Thomas-1 CRIPPEN.
Lineage to Edward-1 FULLER, passenger on the Mayflower, 1620:
CRIPPEN Isaac-9, Ansel-8, William-7 CRIPPEN m. Content-6 STANDISH, CRIPPEN, John-6, John-5, Jabez-4 m. Thankful-4 FULLER, John FULLER-3, Samuel-2, Edward-1 FULLER.
Lineage to Captain Myles-1 STANDISH, military leader of the Mayflower passengers, 1620:
CRIPPEN, Isaac-7, Ansel-6, William-5 m. Content-6 STANDISH, Israel-5 Jr., Israel-4 Sr., Samuel-3, Josiah-2, Myles-1 STANDISH.
Source: Approved Mayflower Descendant certificates from the Mayflower Society for Myles Standish and Edward Fuller through this Isaac Crippen.
Family Photo Collection: with Mary E. Warner. Some pages with the original photos are with the MI State Library. Photos collected and identified with genealogical information by Russell Lewis Warner, GRS, in 3-ring binder and loose pages.
Source: Kathryn E. (Crippen) GRS & Russell Lewis Warner GRS, compilers of these particular Crippen family records, 1960-1980; added to findagrave.com by their daughter, Mary E. Warner, 2011.
Ansel B. Crippen (1808 - 1884)
Marilla Paddock Crippen (1813 - 1890)
Elizabeth Bush Crippen (1846 - 1919)
Myrtle Crippen (1868 - 1926)*
W. Irving Crippen (1876 - 1960)*
Plot: Plot: Section A, lot# 6
Maintained by: Mary E. Warner
Originally Created by: Karen Clark Maleitzke
Record added: Dec 01, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 62411178