Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Pardon Crandall 1761-1837

Pardon Crandall was born January 8, 1761, in Hopkinton, Washington, Rhode Island. His parents were Nathan Crandall and Bathsheba Pierce. He was the eighth child from a family of eleven, his siblings being: Tacy, Fannie, Daniel, Bathsheba, Ezra, daughter, daughter, Asa, daughter, and Annie.

Pardon was a soldier in the Revolutionary War. He was the first Crandall to move from Rhode Island. He move to and remained in Washington County, New York.

Pardon married Susannah Wells in 1783, in Hebron, New York. They had ten children:
Benjamin April 24, 1785
Sally 1791/1794
Lydia 1793/1796
David June 1, 1795
Luanna 1797/98
Ianna @1798
Sophia @1800
Bathsheba @1801
Nathan @1803
Mary @1804

In the 1790 census Pardon was in Easton; in the 1800 census, he was in Hebron; and in the 1810 census he was in Caldwell. Pardon's wife, Susannah Wells, died prior to 1806.

Pardon married Martha LaBaron in 1806. They had five children:
Betsy July 1807
Susan 1808
Harriet February 1809
Arzubia @1811
Lewis September 1814

Pardon's wife, Martha LaBaron, died in 1826. Pardon Married Tamar Partridge. They adopted a child, Barton Dodge. Pardon died March 24, 1837, in Caldwell, Washington, New York.

This record was compiled from the Daughters of the Pioneers Archives in June 2001 by Louise Crandall Huefner and Rebecca Huefner Chapman.

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