Crandall, Irving 1853-1929
Farmer of New Lisbon
Dies After Long Illness
Irving Crandall Succumbs to Cancer;
New Lisbon, May 27---Irving Crandall, a well known and highly esteemed resident of New Lisbon, died at his home near Naylors Corners, Friday, after many weeks illness with cancer.
Mr. Crandall was born in the town of Milford, November 15, 1853, the son of Timothy and Laura Bitterley Crandall. His early life was spent in the town of his birth. Later and after his marriage to Ella Sommers about 45 years ago he moved to a farm in the town of Laurens, where they resided for a number of years. Eight years ago they bought the late Orten Peep place at New Lisbon, where they have since resided.
Beside his wife he is survived by three sons, Harris Crandall, of Saratoga Springs, Albert Crandall of Otego, and George Crandall, who resides on a farm adjoining his parents; five grandchildren, a niece and one nephew, residing at Burlington Flats.
The funeral was held at his home Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock and was largely attended. Rev. E. E. Hutchinson, rector of Zion Episcopal church of Morris, of which the deceased was a member for many years, officiated. Interment was made in Hillington cemetery.