OBITUARY. Levin Crandell. Colonel Levin Crandell died yesterday at his home, 139 Beaufort street, Jamaica, aged 80 years. Colonel Crandell was born at Easton, N.Y., but lived for many years in Brooklyn, and was, for the past twenty-two years a resident of Jamaica. In both places he was well known. Throughout the Civil War Col- onel Crandell served with distinction. Until the battle at Gettysburg he was lieutenent-colonel of the One Hundred and Twenty-fifth Regiment, New York Volunteers. Although his regiment par- ticipated in twenty-four battles, among which were some of the greatest in the war. After the war Colonel Crandell was engaged in business in New York City. He retired fourteen years ago. Colonel Crandell was a member of John A. Rawlins Post, No. 80, G.A.R., of Manhattan. He is survived by his widow, Carrie Mitchell Crandell and two sons, Albert and William. Funeral services will be held at the home of the deceased to-morrow evening at 8 o'clock. Inter- ment will be in the National Cemetery at Cypress Hills on Wednesday at 10:30 A.M.
Colonel Levin Crandell Dead. The death of Colonel Levin Crandell, who commanded the old One Hundred and Twenty-fifth regiment, New York Volunteers, in the Civil War, occurred Sunday evening at his home in Ja- maica, L.I. Colonel Crandell suffered a stroke of paralysis a week ago. Colo- nel Crandell was a son of Otis and Eliza A. Crandell. He was born at Crandell's Corners, Washington coun- ty, December 22, 1826, but spent his early days in Milton, Saratoga county, later going to Troy. His father was a soldier in the War of 1812.