Dec 27, · On 27 April , Hart Crane, the year-old son of Clarence Crane, took his own life by leaping from the stern of the liner Orizaba while it traversed the Caribbean Sea. Barbara “holey ironic. Submitted by Gavin Esposito Clarence A. Crane (April 5th, –July 6th, ) was a confectioner responsible for the invention of Lifesavers candy. For a brief time, he resided in Trumbull County, owning a maple syrup refinery in Warren Born on April 5th, as the second out of three children—both girls to Arthur and Ella Brandsby Crane of Garrettsville, Portage County, Ohio; Clarence.
Clarence Crane married Grace Edna Hart on June 1, The following summer, theeir only child was born, poet Harold Hart Crane. The Cranes' marriage was difficult. Grace Crane suffered from mental illness, and the couple separated on several occasions. The marriage finally ended in . Life Savers is an American brand of ring-shaped hard and soft candy. Its range of mints and fruit-flavored candies is known for its distinctive packaging, coming in paper-wrapped aluminum foil rolls.. Candy manufacturer Clarence Crane of Garrettsville, Ohio (father of the poet Hart Crane) invented the brand in as a "summer candy" that could withstand heat better than chocolate.
Clarence A. Crane Born 11/28/ or Died 07/06/ Clarence Arthur Crane was born in Garrettsville, Ohio. His father was a producer of maple sugar. Clarence married Grace Edna Hart on June 1, , after a courtship of only two months. The following summer, the couple's only child was born, poet Harold Hart Crane. The Cranes'. Clarence Crane, the inventor, sold Pep-O-Mint peppermint candy to Edward John Noble for the price of $2, It was after this that Edward Noble created the Life Savers and Candy Company, and with it the name Life Savers was born for the candy.
Sep 26, · A crane has collapsed in high winds on a Teesside construction site. A picture shows the lifting arm of the piece of heavy machinery twisted and hanging close to the crane's cab at Port Clarence. Apr 26, · Clarence Crane was the son of a maple sugar producer in Cleveland, Ohio. He worked with his father until , when he struck out with his own maple sugar business, .