January 12, 1850, Fryeburg, Maine.
December 27, 1922, Washington, DC, of pneumonia.
River Bend Cemetery, Westerly, Rhode Island.
Wilbur was the son of minister Frederick A. Crafts, and husband of Sara Jane Timanus.
He attended Wesleyan University, Connecticut (1869, AM 1871); Boston University (BD 1871); and Marietta College (PhD 1886).
He served pastorates at Methodist Episcopal, Congregational, and Presbyterian churches, and was prominent in the temperance and prohibition movement.
He founded, and for 28 years was superintendent, of the International Reform Bureau.
His works include: