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Isaac Cramsey

Rank(s): Able Seaman

Dates of Service: 8/27/1813 - 8/24/1815

Birth Date: 1789

Early Life

Isaac Cramsey was born around September 8, 1789 in Beverly, Massachusetts. Before 1807, his family resided in Salem, Massachusetts. Isaac Crampsey (Crampessey) could have been his father or a USSC sailor. Lucy Edwards could have been his wife or mother.

Early Experience

In 1807, he was a merchant seaman in Salem, Massachusetts. In 1815, he was 5 feet, 5 inches tall with a light complexion and light hair.

Cramsey joined Constitution ’s crew as an able seaman on August 27, 1813. He had the watch assignment of starboard and was assigned to the main top. He was discharged on August 24, 1815.

Battles and Engagements

Cramsey participated in the battles with HMS Cyane and HMS Levant and received $22.19 in prize money.

From September 25, 1815 to September 11, 1818, Cramsey was a merchant seaman in Salem, Massachusetts. His place and date of death are unknown.


Crew ID

2925