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  • Arthur Crain

    Arthur Crain was born on July 13, 1860 in Cheshire County, New Hampshire. In 1876 he moved with his family from Shawano, Wisconsin to Iowa.

  • Benjamin Crane

    Benjamin Crane is our family's first recorded ancestor, and first in Colonial England. There a lot we know about Benjamin and his life in the colonies, but there is no record of his arrival or birth and no record of parents or grandparents.

  • Ebenezer Crain Jr.

    Ebenezer Crain Jr. was born in Surry, New Hampshire in 1819. He married Calista Coburn, of Chesterfield, New Hampshire in 1841.

  • Ebenezer Crain

    Ebenezer Crain was born April 1, 1781, the second of 5 children who lived to adulthood. Ebenezer married Hannah Rice February 5, 1807. Hannah was born August, 1779.

  • Crain Ancestors

    Ancestors in the Crain family tree.

  • John Crane

    John Crane is the ancestor by which the Crane family claims a tie to England. John Crane of the “Muddy Brook” section of Boston.

  • John Crane

    John Crane was born Oct. 1, 1687 the third of 10 children. John married Sarah Spencer on September 16, 1708 at Windham, she died September 15, 1715—one day before their 7th wedding anniversary.

  • Jonathan Crane

    Jonathan Crane the second of 9 children, was born December 1, 1658. Jonathan was married to Deborah Griswold Dec. 19, 1678.

  • Lemuel Crane

    Lemuel Crane was born July 12, 1725, the 8th of 11 children from two marriages. Lemuel was likely born near a place called “Fort Hill” in Connecticut.

  • Zebulon Crane

    Zebulon Crane was born February 21, 1753. He married Rhoda Thompson on November 27, 1777, who was also of Alstead, New Hampshire by a Justice of the Peace.

  • Heraldry

    Heraldry is the practice of devising, granting, displaying, describing, and recording coats of arms and heraldic badges.

  • Crain Ancestry

    Background for the Crain family surname. Possible origins and history.

  • Crain Ancestry Sources

    Sources for the Crain ancestry project.

  • Crain Family Ancestry

    — How I became involved, the resources I found valuable, and the places I’ve visited in search of a Crain family history.