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Andrew Crocker
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Birth: Sep. 2, 1775
Rutland
Rutland County
Vermont, USA
Death: Mar. 30, 1848
Sardinia
Erie County
New York, USA

Dates from The Alden Society.

This family came from the Clarendon area of Vermont according to records of several of the children. Samuel Crocker (b 1802) was born in Clarendon, VT, according to his son's death record. Leland Crocker (b1805) tombstone gives that he was born in Schroon Lake, NY. The two with rhyming names, Philander and Amander, have tombstones with Jan., 1808, Schroon Lake, Essex County, New York, USA and Jan. 10, 1808, Essex County, New York, USA, respectively. At some point later they came to Sardinia.
 
 
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 Spouse:
  Anna Leland Crocker (1779 - 1855)*
 
 Children:
  Elathea Brown (1797 - 1845)*
  Hollis Crocker (1798 - 1886)*
  Andrew Crocker (1799 - 1887)*
  Anna C Crocker Cornwall (1801 - 1875)*
  Samuel Crocker (1802 - 1893)*
  Leland Crocker (1805 - 1889)*
  Philander Crocker (1808 - 1886)*
  Amander Crocker (1808 - 1892)*
  Oscar F. Crocker (1810 - 1898)*
  Cynthia B Crocker Shipman (1813 - 1888)*
  Polly Hay (1815 - 1866)*
  Elcy Crocker (1816 - 1853)*
  Alansen D. Crocker (1818 - 1821)*
  Washington Crocker (1819 - 1903)*
  Whitman Crocker (1825 - 1831)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
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Burial:
Sardinia Cemetery (Old)
Sardinia
Erie County
New York, USA
 
Maintained by: Kingfisher
Originally Created by: Donna
Record added: Jul 06, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 28081418
Andrew Crocker
Added by: Mark Cordz
 
 
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FATHERS DAY GREETINGS TO HEAVENLY DADS!
- Jeannie
 Added: Jun. 19, 2011

- Jeannie
 Added: May. 12, 2011
LI: The moving finger writes; and having writ moves on:not all thy piety nor wit shall lure it back to cancel half a line, nor all thy tears wash out a word of it...Omar Khayyam.
- Jeannie
 Added: Feb. 20, 2011
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