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Crain Ancestry Sources

The depth of information I was able to compile would not have been possible without Internet Archive and other online resources. What follows is a full list of publications used on this site.

  • Batchelor, Albert Stillman. Miscellaneous Revolutionary Documents of New Hampshire. Manchester, New Hampshire: John B. Clarke Co. 1910. Google Books. Web. 2015. Lemuel Crane listed among those signers of the Association Test: page 3.
  • Bouton, Nathaniel. Documents And Records Relating To The State of New Hampshire, Volume VIII. Concord, New Hampshire: Edward A. Jenks, State Printer. 1874. Google Books. Web. 2015. Lemuel Crane, page 208.
  • Crane, Ellery Bicknell. Genealogy Of The Crane Family. Volume I. Worcester, Mass.: Press Of Charles Hamilton, 1895. Internet Archive. Web. 2014.
  • Crane, Ellery Bicknell. Genealogy Of The Crane Family. Volume II. Worcester, Mass.: Press Of Charles Hamilton, 1900. Internet Archive. Web. 2014.
  • The Department of Veterans Affairs. National Archives Microfilm Publications Pamphlet Describing M804. Washington D.C.: National Archives Microfilm Publications, 1974. Pamphlet. Page 40. (Zebulon Crane included on roll 684 of M804).
  • The Department of Veterans Affairs. Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty—Land—Warrant Application Files. (Rolls 601-800). Washington D.C.: National Archives Microfilm Publications, 1974. Microfilm, 35mm. Record Group Number: 15, Publication Number: M804D, Roll: 684. (Zebulon and Rhoda Crane, 54 pages in total).
  • Fox-Davies, Arthur Charles. A Complete Guide to Heraldry. London: T. C. & E. C. JACK, 1909. Internet Archive. Web. 2014. Heraldry: Page 247.
  • Grimm, Donald H. Community History, Zearing, Iowa. Ames, Iowa: Greenwood Printing Company, 1956. Pages 127-128
  • Hammond, A. M., Isaac W. The State Of New Hampshire. Rolls Of The Soldiers In The Revolutionary War, 1775, To May, 1777. Concord, New Hampshire: Parsons B. Cogswell., State Printer, 1885. Internet Archive. Web. 2014. Page 265. Zebulon Crane.
  • Hervey, William. The Cranes of Suffolk, extr. from ‘The visitation of Suffolke’. Lowestoft: S. Tymms, 60, High Street, 1865. Internet Archive. Web. 2014. Pages 3-5.
  • Hinman, Royal Ralph. A Catalogue Of The Names Of The Early Puritan Settlers Of The Colony Of Connecticut. Hartford, Connecticut: Press Of Case, Tiffany And Company, 1852. Internet Archive. Web. 2014.
  • Jeffords, P.J. The Vermonter, Volumes 21-23. White River Junction, Vermont: Chas. R. Cummings, Year. Internet Archive. Web. 2014. Page: 40. Zebulon Crane.
  • Kingsbury, Frank Burnside. History Of The Town Of Surry Cheshire County, New Hampshire. The Concord Press, Concord New Hampshire: Town of Surry, New Hampshire, 1925. Internet Archive. Web. 2014.
  • Lee, Francis Bazley. Genealogical and Memorial History of the State of New Jersey. Volume I. New York: Lewis Historical Publishing Company, 1910. Internet Archive. Web. 2014. History of the early family: Pages 15-19, John Crane, Benjamin Crane: Page 18-19. Needs research.
  • Nash, Elizabeth Todd. Fifty Puritan Ancestors, 1628-1660: Genealogical Notes, 1560-1900. New Haven: Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor Company, 1902. Internet Archive. Web. 2014. John Crane, Benjamin Crane: Page 93, Jonathan Crane: Page 93-94.
  • New-England Historic, Genealogical Society. The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Volume 27. Boston, Mass.: David Clapp & Son, 1873. Internet Archive. Web. 2014. Background and Five Families: Page 76, Benjamin Crane: Page 77, Jonathan Crane: 77, John Crane: 77-78,
  • Peck, Thomas Bellows. William Slade of Windsor, Conn. And His Descendants. Keene, New Hampshire: Sentinel Printing Company, 1910. Google Books. Web. 2015. Lemuel and Zebulon: p. 41, 45, 79, 159, 160, (possible burial location of Lemuel’s wife), 181, 194. Reference to origins in England: (page 70-71).
  • Stiles, Henry R. Families of Ancient Wethersfield, Connecticut. Westminster, Maryland: Heritage Books, Inc., 2006. Internet Archive. Web. 2014. Benjamin Crane: Page 254, Jonathan Crane: Page: 254-255
  • U.S. Census Bureau; United States. Dept. of State. A Census Of Pensioners For Revolutionary Or Military Services. Washington: Blair And Rives, 1841. Internet Archive. Web. 2014.
  • U.S. Census Bureau. 1870 U.S. Census. Belle Plaine, Shawano County, Wisconsin. 1870. Web. 2014. Page 14. Ebenezer Crain Jr.
  • U.S. Census Bureau. 1900 U.S. Census. Lincoln Township, Story County, Iowa. 1900. Web. 2014. Sheet 10. Ebenezer Crain Jr.
  • United States War Department. The Pension Roll of 1835: The Indexed Edition, Set. Volume I. Washington: Duff Green, 1835. Google Books. Web. 2014. Page 887. Zebulon Crane: Died September 9, 1828.
  • Vermont Historical Society. Proceedings of the Vermont Historical Society 1903-1904. Burlington: Free Press Association, 1905. Internet Archive. Web. 2014. Zebulon Crane: Page 119.