From the 1885 History of Steuben County, Indiana page 822:

Lucius H. Crain was born in Eden, Madison Co., N.Y., June 6, 1827, a son of Lucius and Paulina (Frink) Crain.  In 1836 his father visited Steuben County, Ind., and bouthg land on section 36, Steuben Township, and in September, 1837, moved his family to it.  The following year they returned to New York but in 1840 came West again and settled on their land where both parents died, the father Aug. 31, 1848.  Lucius H. remained on the homestead till twenty-three years of age.  He was married Jan. 29, 1851, to Nellie Aldrich, who was born in Vermont in 1830, a daughter of Isaac T. and Lovina Aldrich.  Her parents came to Indiana in 1837 and settled in De Kalb County, where they both died.  For nine months after his marriage Mr. Crain lived in De Kalb County, and then returned to Steuben County, and in 1853 settled on the farm where he now lives, on section 31, Otsego Township, where he has a pleasant home.  He is one of the representative citizens of the township.  In politics he is a Democrat.  In early life he was a member of the United Brethren church but is now connected with no religious society.  His wife is a member of the Methodist Episcopal church.  They have had a family of four children; three are living -- Charles T., Mary and Edward.  Their eldest child, Jane, died at the age of eleven years.  Charles T. was married Nov. 23, 1872, to Martha Langley, a native of Harrisville, Ohio, and has two children -- Cora Bell and Anna D.  Mr. Crain's grandfather, Elisha Crain, was a soldier in the war of the Revolution and one of the heroes of the battle of Bunker Hill.  He died in Chautauqua County, N.Y., in 1848, in the ninety-ninth year of his age.