Barker, Paulina 62808025
b. 1786 d. Jan. 31, 1843. Wife of David Barker.
Crandell, Amos Wilson 62807868
b. Jul. 12, 1787 d. Mar. 30, 1879
Married Meribah Mosher(3/30/1792-12/2/1855) Amos was a farmer. He resided in Veteran as early as 1836 and buried his mother on the family farm. In 1850 and 1860 with his wife and children; Mary Crandell, Ulicious Crandel, Deborah Crandall, and Calvin Crandel. In 1860 his daughter Mary had married Clinton Stiles (Born 1832). They had two children at that time; William A. Stills (1857-?), and Charles A. Stiles (1859-?). By 1870 Amos is living in Burdett, hector New York and listed as a farm hand on the farm of Joseph J. Fleming(1828-? With Joseph Fleming Jr.1871.) with Charles Crandell (1848) and Sarah Crandell (1849). Charles and Sarah appear to be the children of John Crandell and Mary Thorn.
Crandell, Amos Wilson 62807930
b. May, 1850 d. Feb. 28, 1853
Infant son of John Crandell (1819 - 1884)and Mary Thorn Crandell (1821 - 1851).
Crandell, Dinah Vaughn 62807965
b. Mar. 8, 1767 d. May 24, 1836
Married to Eber Crandell 1786 - Schaghticoke, Rensselaer, New York, and Mother of Amos Wilson Crandell (above). Eber was born in 1755, died in 1844 in Washtenaw County Michigan.
Crandell, Emily 62807914
b. Nov. 16, 1849 d. Aug. 27, 1850
Emily is the daughter of John Crandell (1819 - 1884) and Mary Thorn Crandell (1821 - 1851).
She died at 9 months of age.
Crandell, Eveline E. Spalding 62807888
b. Nov. 24, 1826 d. Feb. 26, 1903
Eveline E. Spaulding was the second wife of John Crandell (1819 - 1884) and mother of Mary E. Crandell (1859 - 1863) (see below).Eveline was born in Scipio, Cayuga Co., New York. She was the daughter of Amasa Spaulding and Eunice Shumway. Eveline and John had the following children:
Julia May Crandell 1853 – ?,Amos W. Crandell 1855 – ?, Mary Crandell 1859 – 1863 and
Edwin J. Crandell 1866 – 1949
Crandell, John 62807878
b. Oct. 17, 1819 d. Dec. 16, 1884 was the son on Amos Wilson Crandell (1787 - 1879)
Meribah Mosher Crandell (1792 - 1855). John was a farmer and inherited or purchased the family farm from his father Amos. We find John with wife Eveline in the 1880 census on the farm. John appears in 1850 married and living on the farm in veteran with wife Mary and children, Charles and Emily. Emily died shortly after the census was taken. Her mother Mary followed a year later. John remarried Eveline Spaulding shortly after Mary’s death. By 1860 they had the following children, Julia M. Crandal (1851 or 52), Amos W. Crandal (1855), Mary E. Crandal (1859). Charles is also living with them. As we do not know how Mary died it is possible daughter Julia may have been her child and she may have died in childbirth. By 1870 John and Eveline remain in veteran with two children living home; Julia M. Crandall and John E. Crandall.
Crandell, Mary Thorn 62807896
b. Jun. 21, 1821 d. Sep. 15, 1851 Wife of John Crandell, mother of Amos W. Crandell (above) Emily Crandell (above), Charles (1848-?),
Crandell, Mary E. 62807939
b. Apr. 1, 1859 d. Mar. 6, 1863. Infant daughter of John Crandell and Eveline Soaulding.
Crandell, Meribah Mosher 62807872
b. Mar. 30, 1792 d. Dec. 2, 1855 Wife of Amos Crandell (above)
Earl, Erwin D. 62808020
b. Feb. 27, 1849 d. Apr. 25, 1850. It is very sad that this baby is resting here alone. He died too young to have established any record of his birth so his parents remain a mystery. Perhaps someone reading this will have an answer and will send in a message. Until then he remains an orphan, alone.
Egbert, Andrew W. 62807969
b. Feb. 16, 1801 d. May 3, 1851. Andrew was a farmer with 100 acres of land, 75 acres improved, 25 acres unimproved. In 1850 his farm was valued at $2500. With an additional $260. In farm equipment. He had 2 horses, 4 milk cows, 4 other cattle, 7 sheep and 2 swine. He produced 100 bushels of wheat, 60 bushels of Indian Corn and 120 bushels of oats. In 1850 Andrew is found on his farm in veteran Chemung NY with wife Margaret(1804-?) and children; William Egbert (1827), Jane P. Egbert (1829), George Egbert (1830), Horace Egbert (1835), Helen Egbert (1837), Mary Egbert (1839), and Sara Egbert (1846). Also living with them is Phebe Crandell (1783-?) It is not clear at this time what the connection is to this family or to the other Crandell’s buried here. Phebe does not appear to be buried here and a Phebe Crandall appears in the 1865 New York Census living in Starkey, Yates count NY.
Egbert, Maria 62807971
b. Aug. 11, 1848 d. Apr. 8, 1849. Infant daughter of Andrew and Margaret Egbert.
Egbert, Sarah Crandell 62807985
b. 1838 d. Jun. 18, 1870 Daughter of John and Mary Thorn Crandell. Sarah married Isaac Egbert (1835 - ____). They had the following children; Willis G. Egbert (1863 - 1865). Sarah and Isaac were married around 1862. Followign Sarah’s death Isaac remarried and started a new life in Elmira Chemung NY.
Egbert, Willis G. 62808001
b. Oct. 6, 1863 d. Jan. 13, 1865. Infant son of Isaac Egbert and Sarah Crandell.
Hall, Phebe Mosher 62808010
b. 1785 d. May 26, 1841 wife of Uriah Hall. (See below)
Hall, Uriah 62808005
b. 1788 d. Jan. 11, 1841. Uriah worked as a manufacturer. In 1840 he s seen living in veteran Chemung NY working as a manufacturer with his son. Uriah had 1 son and 2 daughters, according to the 1940 census. He was born November 10, 1788 in Crum Elbow, Duchess, New York, United States. He and Phebe were married in 1807 and had a total of 9 children; Benjamin Hall (1808 – 1885),Isaac Hall(1810 – 1830), (Mercy Hall 1813 – 1844) Mary Ann Hall( 1815 – 1891) Almira Hall(1819 – ?) John Hall (1820 – ?)
Hannah M Hall(1823-1905)Phebe Jane Hall(1826 – 1910)Lucinda Hall(1830 – 1911). The family moved from Duchess county NY to veteran and remained there from about 1830.
Hewitt, Henry S. 62808031
b. 1805 d. Mar. 22, 1848. Unfortunately there is no record available at this time to give us a definitive determination of who Henry S. Hewitt was. He does not appear in the Civil war enlistments and died before the 1850 census that would have provide identifying information. If someone can claim this man and share with us some of his history I am sure we would all be interested in hearing more about him.
Mosher, Sally Olmstead 10538761
b. Apr. 3, 1804 d. Jul. 14, 1861. Sally married Welcome Mosher (see below).They had at least one child: Loretta Mosher Earle (1824 - 1887)
Mosher, Welcome 10538757
b. Feb. 6, 1801 d. Feb. 23, 1866. Born in Scipio, Cayuga, New York, USA to
Welcome Mosher ( 1766 – 1844)and Deborah Mosher (1758 – 1839), welcome worked as a farmer. He lived in veteran Chemung in 1840 but had moved to Caitlin Chemung by 1850, where he remained until his death. Sally and Welcome had the following children;
Loretta Mosher (1824 – )(Maribah L. Mosher 1825 –) Allen Mosher(1827 – )
Catherine T. Mosher(1829 – 1854) John T. Mosher( 1831 – )Charles Mosher(1832 – 1903)
Robert P. Mosher (1833 – 1904) Deborah A. Mosher(1836 – )Welcome A. Mosher(1838 – )
Stephen Mosher(1840 –) Thomas Mosher(1841 – 1841)
Sherwood, Augustus 62808039
b. Sep. 10, 1799 d. Apr. 23, 1863. Augustus is reportedly the spouse of Phebe Crandell. I was unable to locate any records that placed Augustus in Chemung county or the neighboring counties.