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Joseph Crandall
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Birth: 1795
Death: Jun. 15, 1871

Joseph Crandall is listed as son of Levi, who was son of Peter, in the 1949 John Courtland Crandall book . So far I have found no sources for this, just a couple of indications, one being this Joseph naming his first son Levi. His migration pattern is as follows: born in CT or VT acc to two children. Married in Mass or NY according to three ch. Lived in Watson, Lewis co NY bef 1825. Four children, possibly five, b. In NY Moved to OH bef 1840. Moved to WI by 1850 . Moved to Mn and died there. Joseph served in the war of 1812 from NH. He married Mary Clarke abt 1822 in Mass or NY. He died at the home of one of his sons, William, in Blue Earth co.MN.
glorias note* It looks from the 1830 census for Watson co NY that Joseph may have had one more child b. in NY, a daughter, but later records do not show her so possibly she died young. 
Family links: 
  Mary Crandall (____ - 1875)
  Levi Crandall (____ - 1876)*
  Dennis Crandall (1824 - ____)*
  William Crandall (1828 - 1896)*
  Rodolph Crandall (1832 - 1922)*
  Lydia Jane/A? Crandall Collins (1834 - 1912)*
  Harrison Crandall (1835 - 1916)*
  Nelson Crandall (1838 - 1864)*
  Marion Clarke Crandall (1840 - 1915)*
  Arthur Crandall (1843 - ____)*
*Calculated relationship
Aged 76 years 10 ms 11 ds.
Note: weeping willow on headstone
Vernon Center Cemetery
Vernon Center
Blue Earth County
Minnesota, USA
Maintained by: gloria lange
Originally Created by: rnj
Record added: Nov 14, 2011
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Joseph Crandall
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Joseph Crandall
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Joseph Crandall
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Ggrampa Joseph... so many greats back, but you are still remembered, thanks to your children. You served in 1812 and you raised your sons to do their parts also, You lost a son in the Civil war and you knew you could have lost more... my love and respect,...(Read more)
- gloria lange
 Added: Sep. 24, 2012
This is my direct line ancestor.
- gloria lange
 Added: Apr. 25, 2012

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