2116. John CRANDALL
Jr. was born in 1649 in Newport, Newport, RI. He died on
Aug 14, 1704 in Newport, Newport, RI. He is reference number 1M01-CC.
John Crandall, of Newport, Rhode Island, a blacksmith, married Elizabeth, daughter
of Samuel Gorton of Warwick, Rhode Island, June 18, 1672; this marriage taking
place at Warwick, Rhode Island, and being performed by John Greene, Justice.
John Crandall, Junior, and Elizabeth, his wife, had five children: John, Peter,
Samuel, Elizabeth, Mary. In 1671 he was made a Freeman. On October 3, 1670, he
received from his father, Reverend John Crandall, "for love," "all
my goods, chattels, debts, household utentils, and all other personal estate,
movable or immovable, quick or dead--putting him in quiet and peacable possession
by payment of 1 shilling." On May 13, 1678, he, in a document stating that
he was the son of John Crandall, of Newport, deceased, confirmed to his brothers,
Jeremiah and Eber Crandall, a house in Westerly, "formerly the mansion house
of my father, John Crandall," with two hundred acres of land. On December
12, 1682, he sold, for forty shillings, land in Narragansett, to George Lawton.
Both he and his wife died in 1704.
2117. Elizabeth GORTON was born in 1646 in Warwick, Kent, RI.
She died in 1704. She is reference number B08N-5R. ELIZABETH
GORTON married, June 18, 1672, John Crandall, Jr. His father, John, was one
of the elders of the Baptist Chrurch at Newport, the first elder of the church
at Westerly; was Deputy while at Newport. In 1696 John, Jr., was at Narragansett.
He died in 1704. (See Austin's One Hundred and Sixty Allied Families.)